Vincennes Lincoln High School - Lincoln Log Yearbook (Vincennes, IN)

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Q -. f Publlshed by the Senlor Sentlnel Staff of 1946 under the superv1s1on of Mlss Mary Harsha aud1t1ng, and busmess transact1ons under the supelxmon of llrl1SS Jane Menefee art work under the d1rect1on of MISS Mar1an Patterson md the 11te1ary mater1a1 contrlbuted by M1bS Rena. J Dunn s semor Engllsh classes Senlor Sentmel Heads Edltor J1m Campbell Assntant Fd1tor Mary Jean McCorm1ck Busmess Manager Patty Buchanan Fe 1.ture Ldltor Joe Llausman Clrculatlon Managers 5117311110 Buyer and Betty Grlder Adx ertmnf, Manager D1ck Vlncent Sport Ed1tors Harry R1ser and Jlm Murphy M 1ke Up Edltor B111 K1xm1l1er L1ter1ry Bd1tor Jo Anne Cross Aet1x1t1es Ed1tor L1nd1 Allen Plcture ECl1lOl J1m Cole He 1d Typlst Betty Rumer Art Indltors Bu1ton Johann1ng,sme1er and Ray Lexus Photography Kern Studlos Engravers Ind1anapol1s Eng1ax1n1, Company Publlshers X mcent Prmtlng Company Class Offlcers 1944 45 Pres1dent J1m Gard VICE Presldent Myron Lasher Treasurer D1ck Godare Secretary Patty Buchanan Class Offlcers 1945 46 Pres1dent Harry Rlser X71C6 Presldent B111 Knauth Treasurer Daud Helnz Secretary Bexerly Watson School Aclm1n1strat1on Premdent W1l11am A Nlets Secretary Oscal Osterhage Treasurer A W' Day Supermtendent' Ralph H Banks. 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' ' 1 v v 6fJI'cIh1IcIlIUlI Graduatlon marks the end of one phase of lxfe and the beglnnlng of another Most llkely these last four years wlll be one of the most dlstmct perlods of our llves We ll remember many of our hugh school experiences and events We ll realnze the Importance of our hlgh school foundations vocatlonally and socially Now IS a good tlme to remlmsce and also to look ln the future For to graduate IS to ap proach a turning pomt or a stepping off place Whether we take steps that lead upward or steps that fall down, will depend upon each one of us mdnvldually Success IS measured or de termmed by the clrcumstances that we are en circled by, lt IS determined by the attitude and substance of each one of us helped to glve us confidence, hope, xdeallsm, realism, ambxtlon, and orlgmallty Naturally, we can t realize all these qualities, but we know they are engramed nn us by part and we know how to encourage that part to become a whole We can never afford to forget the goals we wxsh to attam and the undaunted splrlt we must de velop agamst the dlsappomtments we shall have Graduation IS a svmbol of youth growing up Well mzss those carefree days when we were mostly surrounded by conveniences and alds School and home are shelters that mold us, now we shall leave that mold and build a new mde pendent one We long to shoulder cares, know accompllshment, and encourage ambltlon We want to make our debut ln the multltude of people We want to handle our own battles wm or lose We're anxious to reap results with our vltalxty, splrlt, and youth 7 . t Q . . . . , , 0 U I . We hope that high school has given us or , 9 u U . 7 ' J . l - f l i ii " l i' li li Q i - 1- 'il i i ? ' - 1 - . - - lv- ' - - -i '- - 1 il - Ml Il N -l - G E li- lr- T ,QEDI F Dchiczrtiuu We the class of 1946 dedlcate thls Senlor Sentmel to these teachers and school asslstants who have throughout our hlgh school career contrlbuted not only to our knowledge but the enrlchment of our llV6S and the enJoyment of our hlgh school days ffm? To BYIISS Mary Harsha Aunt Mary to all her devoted frlends among the student body and alumm Smce 1925 as adusor of the Old Post Sen tlnel she has worked wlth tlreless effort and 1I'l6Xh2L1Qtlbl9 pat1ence to present new ldeas that have made the Sentmel one of th best hlgh school papers 1n the state Wlth deepest gratltude and slncere affec tlon we dedxcate thlg senlor Sentmel to our be loved advlsor J' become a shlnmg symbol of 1nsp1rat1on to those she has glfted w1th a part of her wlde know ledge Smce 1894 she has taught wlth unfalllng de vot1on and untmng preclslon She has made a lastmg contrlbutlon to our school by her sponsorshlp of Natlonal Honor Socxety W To Mr Robert Hunter Janltor of the Coll seum affectlonately called Scotty by those to whom hls frlendshlp and w1ll1ng endeavor have endeared hlm For 18 years he has worked as custodlan of the Collseum By h1S gruff good w1ll and falthful servlce he has created a beloved lmpresslon whlch Lm coln Hlgh students w1ll never forget through the years l ! ' Y r . ! L Y 7 v R- ' Y To Rena J. Dunn, teacher of English, who has . . Y . . . Q Y. . . - 0 , . . .- ' ll ii , 4 Q a J 0 I Patrxcla Ann Abrell Linda Mae Allen Mary Ellen Barmes Gene Bathe Robert Bauer Mary Loulse Bell Sarah Beesley Elizabeth June Bxerhaus Kenneth Blagrave Arthur Bowman James Brasseur Rodney Brown Orvis Burdsall Thomas Bush Suzanne Buyer James Campbell James Cannon Robert Carle Jchn Carle Harry Carrxtte Peggy Carter Raymond Catt Sueann Clsel Helen Clark Mary Lund Clarke Joseph Clausman Glendolyn Cleveland Audrey Clifton James Cole Robert Combs John Coulup Kathleen Crawford Jo Anne Cross John Dawson Patric'a Ann Buchanan James Day LeRoy Donovan Roy Donovan Hilda Drieman James DuBois Anna Dukes John Dunn Raymond Eaton Albert Edwards Bernard Edwards Rena Faith Patty Fidler Wayne Finke Helen Fisher Mary June Fisher Belva Fleenor Norma Sue Fremder Ildajeanne Frey James Gard Richard Godare Leta Goodwin Elizabeth Ann Grlder Clark Gruhb Glenda Gulley Fayette Hanes Wilma Harker William Harwlck Derald Hedden David Heinz Bessie Louise Hilton Bill Hobbs Edith Jo Hohbs Alfred Hoffman Ralph Howard Betty Hudson ., 1-,Q Bettie Hughes Betty Lou lvers Burton .lohannlngsmeler Ruth Ann Kendle Marlanne Keshner Wllll3l11 Klxmxller Wllllam Knauth Clarence John Kotter Myron Lasher Georglann Lawless Betty Leveron Raymond Lewls Dorothy Lynch Patrlcxa Manhart Betty Mathews Betty McClellan Bertha McCool Mary Jean McCormick Richard McMxllm Betty Metz John Meyer Mack Montgomery Robert Moore Paul Morgan Sally Morgan James Murph Marne Murphy Wllletta Mutchmore Blllxe Jo Nance John O Brien Inez O Dell Vera Owens Norma Palmer Phyllls Pennington Alice Livingston I Y Wanda Plnkstaff La Von Plnnlck Jane Prather Paul Preston Betty Prout Charles Raney Norma Rayburn Wallace Reeve Darlnne Reltmeyer Theodore Rlchardvllle Harry Riser Betty Roach Virgil Rose Rita Ann Roudebush Betty Lou Rumer Patty Salter Maxine Sanneman Virginia Sanders Paul Schultz Lester Shirley Mary Margaret Speth Glenna Small Jack Smith Robert Smith Clara Stangle Virginia Staley Marietta Stewart Robert Stodghill Mary Louise Swettenam Delores Thacker Owen Theriac Doris Joan Thorne Richard Threlkeld Betty Thompson Daniel Thompson 1111 GRATITUDE VVhen we as Seniors from our school take leave We plunge into life s great eternal stream In quest of good and worthy works to weave And hoplng to fulfll our youth s fond dream Hlppocrates strong tlde may carry some To practice serxlng of h1s medicine Then others, ln the path of Paul, w1ll come To preach the word of God and fight all sm Into other currents drlft the many Who are men of science, art, and law And flnance men, the users of the penny And all of these 1n school their knowledge saw bo now we pause on llfe s high sloping banks, And to our Lmcoln Hlgh give smcere thanks Doris Thompson Norma Jean Updike Bill Vanwey Edith Vermillion Joseph Vieck Richard Vincent Betty Walker Richard Walker Mary Constance Waltz Beverly Watson Dean Watson James Wheatley Ruth Ann Welton Ralph Westfall Joseph Wetzel Arista Whitfield Jack Ray Wilson Marilyn Wxndmann Maurice Wright William Woods l . 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PATRICIA ABRELL She s nicknamed Nick And of all the girls she s KIXICS pick Senior Sentmel Old Post Sentinel LINDA ALLEN A really smart lass She s ranked the flrst 1n the Senior Class Old Post Sentinel Senior Sentmel activities ed 1tor Sponsors Girls H1 Y 2nd vice presi dent GENE BATHE That Gene IS n1ce we all agree With Betty Barmes you w1ll hlm see H1 Y Band FRANKLIN BAKER The army took this handsome lad And left us indeed very sad MARY ELLEN BARMES To do for others she s always glad She s a genius at getting a Sentinel ad Senior Sentinel Old Post Sentinel F O A Rest Room Hostess ROBERT BAUER Student manager of our football team You ll always f1nd h1m on the beam Student manager of football team V Men SARAH BEESLEY They all called her Bees She s lnterested in the band room keys Chorus MARY LOUISE BELL There IS a girl named Mary LOUISE Bell And for a guy from Decker she fell Band Orchestra ELIZABETH BIERHAUS She alms to be a Dinah Shore And longs to s1ng more and more Old Post Sentmel advertising manager Drama tlC Club Senlor Sentmel Boosters KENNETH BLAGRAVE His motorcycle IS his pride He llkes the ladies at his side ARTHUR BOWMAN A friend to all Has curly ha1r and IS quite tall JAMES BRASSEUR A roly poly boy IS he With as n1ce a smile as one can see RODNEY BROWN Huck Fmn of Lincoln Hlgh To reform him the teachers try and try PATTY BUCHANAN A girl who IS greatly llked by all Is loved by her Satchel nice and tall Old Post Sentmel edltor Sen1or Sentinel bus mess manager Girls H1 Y flrst vice president Dramatic Club ORVIS BURDSALL In our school he s a basketball star Is l1ked by all and w1ll go far Basketball 42 43 44 45 46 VMen Track 43 44 TOM BUSH That really smart lad And his curly han' IS not so bad Orchestra Old Post Sentmel Senlor Sentmel SUZANNE BUYER A real cute g1rl Wlth beautiful halr She s rlght neat and takes much care Old Post Sentmel exchange edltor Senlor Sen t1nel c1rculat1on manager Sponsors vice president Dramatlc Club vice president JAMES CAMPBELL From flrst appearance you d think he was shy But take another look girls OOOO that guy Senlor Sentinel edltor student manager of basketball 45 46 Old Post Sentmel JAMES CANNON A cannon IS known for 1ts great blg boom For many a touchdown he d1d zoom Booster s Club V Men secretary and treasurer Football 44 45 JOHN CARIE Back 1n school after a br1ef tlme out This lad knows hlS way about ROBERT CARIE A basketball star IS th1s handsome lad Who halled from Fr1tchton and made us glad Basketball 45 46 PEGGY CARTER A very quiet m1ss She handles qu1te a few llbrary sllps Junlor Red Cross RAYMOND CATT They asked us to compose for him a dltty But all we can thmk of IS his nlckname Kltty SUEANN CISEL When called on for some thing to do so You can always depend on Sue G1rls H1 Y F O A Glee Club Good Cheer HELEN CLARK This dark ha1red laughing Senior lass Is an Important member of the class MARY LIND CLARKE She plays a rugged saxophone And always speaks in a low tone Band JOSEPH CLAUSMAN Judge Clausman was a hunter of great fame On Sacred Heart he also made a name Boosters Club feature editor Old Post Sen tlnel Feature Editor Senior Sentmel GLENDOLYN CLEVELAND Always has a smlle on her face W1th a certain lieutenant she has a case F O A AUDREY CLIFTON No heart is warmer But lt belongs to a farmer Girls H1 Y Junior Red Cross JAMES COLE And all round guy He s bashful mce and somewhat shy Old Post Sentmel picture editor Senior Sent 1nel picture editor lk bet! r to lght o e mall candle tlnn to curse the dark en 1 ' Cl ' Y! , u u u , ' 1 cz ' ' YY ' . 1 . . , . . , ' , ' ' D ll YY ' ' ' ' 7 Y , u n n Y ' . 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ROBERT COMBS Small and dark and a capable clerk INSVQI a task does Robelt sh1rk JOHN COULUP In the band a trombone he does play A Journallst flrst class hell be some day Band Orhcestra Old Post Sent1nel copy edltor Sen1or Sent1nel copy edltor KATHLEEN CRAWFORD Her boy fr1end IS ln the navy and out of the States And It IS for h1m she wa1ts and walts and walts JO ANNE CROSS Jo Ann Cross It has been sald Is related to a Cross named Red Old Post Sent1nel Sen1or Sentmel llterary ed1 tor Dramatlc Club secretary Sponsors JOHN DAWSON He beats the b1g bass drum In class he IS not dumb Band JAMES DAY Qulte a cassanova IS he For Wlth the glrls he d rather be Boosters Club treasurer H1 Y Sen1or Sent1nel Orchestra LEROY DONOVAN At tlmes hls language IS not rusty Football 43 ROY DONOVAN A member of the D F R In track and gym class he does star Track 44 45 46 HILDA DREIMAN A husky gal who loves to skate T1s sald she has already plcked her mate JAMES DUBOIS Jlm always gets hls lesson each day And also has some tlme to play Old Post Sent1nel Sen1or Sent1nel Football 4 45 V Men ANNA DUKES At the Good Samar1tan she takes her place And greets all comers w1th a cheerful face F O A JOHN DUNN John Dunn the teachers son Stole Bertha and away he run Band Orchestra Sen1or Sent1nel RAYMOND EATON He s guard on the football team And about a certam blonde he does dream Football 43 44 45 V Men ALBERT EDWARDS On the church team he has played And manv a basket he has made BERNARD EDWARDS At the game of cards thls boy's a wh1z You ll get no sleep at a stag party where he Track, Dramatlc Club. RENA FAITH The lmproxlsor of many a song She s lean lanky and kmda long Jun1or Red Cross Good Chee1 treasurer G1rls H1 Y Llbrary Assxstant HELEN FISHER From IIl1no1s ha1ls th1s g1rl The prospect of marrxage has her 1n qulte a whlrl Good Cheer Club F O A Jun1or Sed Cross BELVA FLEENOR She s on the Sen1or Sent1nel staff And always ready w1th a laff Old Post Sent1nel Sen1or Sent1nel Jun1or Red Cross Good Cheer Club NORMA FREMDER She argues Wlth great sklll To gam her own will Orchestra ILDAJEANNE FREY A band mayorette who plays the trombone She trles hard not to play a false tone Band Band Majorette JAMES CARD Jlm IS a boy who can really run a mxle And escorts h1s Betty ln great style Jun1or Class Presldent Track Captam RICHARD GODARE At tellmg Jokes th1s boy s a card As quarterback on our team he plays hard H1Y LETA GOODWIN Leta loves to play and to tease Her r1ch tresses do all please Good Cheer Glee Club ELIZABETH GRIDER Betty Ann IS nlcknamed Kymer On the Sent1nel she IS an old tlmer Old Post Sent1nel buslness manager Sen1or Sentmel c1rculat1on manager F O A sec retary G1rls H1Y secretary CLARK GRUBB On the hardwood he IS a star And 1n llfe he should go far Basketball 43 44 45 46 GLENDA GULLEY Her fame rests on w1tty rhymes Whlch she recltes at varxous tlmes G1rls H1Y Mlxed Chorus Good Cheer Jun1or Red Cross FAYETTE HANES Fay can type and Fay can please And w1th D1ck doth take her ease Old Post Sent1nel Sen1or Sentmel Boosters Club Glrls H1Y WILMA HARKER Her skm IS peaches and cream In the band she s a mus1c1an supreme Band Orchestra Gxrls H1 Y Mlxed Chorus WILLIAM HARWICK He s the llfe of the team s bus, And Wlth the gang he l1kes to fuss Foo!t1ImalLl543, '44, 45 Captam Basketball , 7 , Q , 7 6 kv , , ' fs K1 , Y , , 1 , , , ' 7- 1 ' n L u 'K Y ' ' , L, .v . 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DERALD HEDDEN He WaltS for h1story class to sleep And out of h1m you hardly ever hear a peep DAVID HEINZ A fr1end to all H1s good grades keep hlm on the honor call Sen1or Class Treasurer Sen1or Sentmel LOUISE HILTON BGSSIS Hllton they call her brams In M1ss Dunn s class she takes great palns F O A L1brary Asslstant Glee Club Mlxed Chorus EDITH JO HOBBS She IS known as Dody by her fr1endS She IS always around when the fun beglns Jun1or Red Cross MlXed Chorus Good Cheer Glrls H1 Y WILLIAM HOBBS B111 drlves a car a Ford by name An athlete s record he can also clalm ALFRED HOFFMAN Alfred Hoffman s always slow It s a wonder he gets where he starts to go Basketball 44 45 46 V Men RALPH HOWARD A genlal fellow wlth a fr1endly way About everyone he has somethmg H106 to say H1 Y F O A BETTY HUDSON A m1d year student who llkes her school And was never known to break a rule BETTIE HUGHES She has a sm1le that IS very rare F O A BETTY IVERS Blond ha1r blue eyes and always neat In every way she s hard to beat Junxor Red Cross Good Cheer Old Post Sen tlnel Sen1or Sentmel BURTON JOHANNINGSMEIER At art Burt w1ll surely w1n fame But h1s best feat IS wr1t1ng hls name Sen1or Sentmel Old Post Sentmel RUTH KENDLE Smlly th1nks she s Just all rlght For ln h1s classes she s very brlght Glrls H1 Y MARIANNE KESHNER Her mus1cal sk1ll IS very great On the Xylophone she doth rate Band WILLIAM KIXMILLER B1ll helps tend stokers ln the summer But 1n w1nter sport wr1t1ng IS h1s number Sen1or Sentmel make up edltor Old Post Sentmel sports edltor WILLIAM KNAUTH B111 was elected VICE Pres1dent th1s year He s a good man for the Job never fear Sen1or Sentmel Old Post Sent1nel Sen1or Class Vlce Pres1dent CLARENCE JOHN KOTTER He s frlendly qu1et and really O K He always goes alone ln h1s own way MYRON LASHER Pete s a mee k1d and full of fun When he starts a Job It s sure to be done V Men Football Basketball Dramatlc Club GEORGIANN LAWLESS From Ill1no1s she doth hall In all thmgs she w1ll prevall Good Cheer F O A BETTY LEVERON Betty llkes a lot of fun After her shorthand IS done RAYMOND LEWIS Ray s tall good looklng and really the stuff Once you meet h1m you ll never see hlm enough Old Post Sentmel Sen1or Sentmel ALICE LIVINGSTON She Jolned our class ln the senlor year And to us she IS very dear DOROTHY LYNCH A popular dark halred glrl IS she Wlth her W1ll1e she d rather be F O A PATRICIA MANHART As rest room hostess and offlce glrl She refused to get herself 1n a Whlfl Junlor Red Cross F O A Offlce ASSISt3Ht Gxrls H1 Y BETTY MATHEWS Betty greets all with a frlendly smlle Wlth her around the blues all fly Glrls H1 Y Junlor Red Cross Good Cheer BETTY METZ Betty Metz IS very smart In all her classes she takes an actlve part Junlor Red Cross VICE presldent JOHN MEYER He s long and lanky and to no one a stranger For he s a loyal Dutch Flat Ranger DONALD MILLER A Unlted States Marme IS th1S guy By correspondence he ll graduate from Llncoln Hlgh MACK MONTGOMERY At basketball he IS supreme So he plays guard on the Methodlst team ROBERT MOORE Two Bob Moores are 1n th1s school Thls one has F O A to rule F O A presldent H1 Y treasurer Sen1or Sen tmel PAUL MORGAN He was a gunner on a B 29 But he came back to school and was dolng flne F O A SALLY MORGAN Sally IS so very neat And IS sald she s very sweet 1' O A N v peak ull of your elf your friends wxll alwayl ay enough o that subj ct . . , l ' , 1 1 . - ., . 9 I s Y ' ' 1 1 . - - ' 1 ' 1 1 ' ' Y 1 1 1 U 1 ' Q p n ' ' . 1 . , . . . , . . 1 '1 1 7 , . . - - as 11 ' D 7 Y . 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JAMES MURPHY In all his classes Fala takes a lead He s a good look1ng guy whose sure to succeed Football 44 45 V Men Club Old Post Sen t1nel Senlor Sentlnel sports ed1tor MARIE MURPHY Mar1e IS a gal w1th an Ir1sh gr1n Where ere she goes fr1ends she wlll w1n WILLETTE MUTCHMORE Wlth people Teeny has a wonderful way She always knows what to do and say F O A BETTY McCLELLAN Halr that grows 111 a halo around her face In three and a half years she f1n1shed the race BERTHA McCOOL Klndly and Wllllng and ready to type At no task w1ll she ever gr1pe Old Post Sentlnel Head Typlst Senlor Sentlnel Band Glrls H1 Y MARY JEAN McCORMICK The last of the McCorm1cks a mlghty clan She helps her school when ere she can Old Post Sentlnel Semor Sent1nel asslstant ed1 tor Sponsors Dramatlc Club presldent RICHARD McMILLIN He s an acrobat supreme In all h1s gym work he s on the beam Sen1or Sentmel Dramatlc Club H1 Y Yell Leader 44 45 BILLIE JU NANCE Blllle has a slow drawl and brunette halr She and Stodghlll are a steady pa1r JOHN O BRIEN A sturdy boy who does h1s best To make a good grade on each test INEZ O DELL Inez IS another L1ncoln H1gh red head To all her class she IS known as Red F O A Glrls H1 Y VERA OWENS Stamp agent of 304 IS she A better agent the1e could not be Glee Club NORMA PALMER Norma has her lessons and a good tlme too TIS sald her dates are not qulte few Good Cheer Old Post Sentlnel G1rls H1 Y PHYLLIS PENNINGTON She has curly halr and a fr1endly smlle Grubb has been her steady for a long Whlle Old Post Sent1nel Senlor Sent1nel WANDA PINKSTAFF A dxamond on her fxnger shlnes She s safe from senlor fella s llnes Jun1or Red Cross Good Cheer LAVON PINNICK LaVon mot ed here her freshman year S1nce then for us she does always cheer JANE PRATHER Thele s not a doubt that Jane IS brxght Her answers ln class are always rlght Glrls H1 Y Band PAUL PRESTON In athletics Paul is hard to beat He has the sklll it takes to defeat Basketball 44 45 46 BETTY PROUT To her fr1ends Im sure she d be hard to place She s a qulet glrl wlth a frlendly face CHARLES RANEY You ve seen hlm often 1n the hall He s score board keeper for football Operator of mot1on plcture machlnes NORMA RAYBURN Of good Cheer Club she s presxdent She s always ready for argument Glrls H1 Y F O A Good Cheer presldent WALLACE REEVES He s surrounded by fr1ends and never alone By the ma1l truck he drlves Wally IS known DARLINE REITMEYER Darllne IS good and n1ce and f1ne A flner glrl no one can f1nd THEODORE RICHARDVILLE Ted s a boy whose known to all He s crazy about Jul1e and football V Men Dramatlcs Football 43 44 45 Track HARRY RISER He s class Pres1dent a popular guy He s also Pres1dent of H1 Y Senlor Class presldent H1 Y presldent Sen1or Sentlnel sports ed1tor Dramatlc Club BETTY ROACH She s always sm1l1ng and IS so small F O A Good Cheer VIRGIL ROSE HIS long career as ladles man Contlnues wlth many a fan Track RITA ANN ROUDEBUSH She s a dark halred glrl who l1kes to slng She helps the Glee Club cheer to brlng Junlor Red Cross Glee Club Llbrary ASS1St3Ht M1xed Chorus BETTY RUMER Head Sentlnel typlst IS she She has lots of fr1ends though she s shy as can Glee Club MIX9d Chorus Old Post Sent1nel Senlor Sentlnel PATTY SALTER A wonderful gal She s everyone s pal Glrls H1 Y Good Cheer F O A VIRGINIA SANDERS She sews a f1ne seam 1n Home Bc class And looks very neat thls Ill1no1s lass F O A Glrls H1 Y Good Cheer MAXINE SANNEMAN Rumor says Nesb1tt s br1de soon she w1ll be A prett1er br1de would be hard to see PAUL SCHULTZ On the football team he s qulte a guy Outs1de of school he s klnd of shy V Men Track Football 45 H1 Y Yu f tprn s te ad f time lttng ow CK I, 1 1 t ' Y ' . 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I n Y . 4 7 1 ' ' , . u , , , . , . . . , A - . , .- , i 7 ' ' 1 1 , ' . o ca 't make oo i tt in ll s n 5 o ' 5' i d n, LESTER SHIRLEY You've seen him with Welton Or at the service statlon GLENNA SMALL A model Glenna wants to be In p1ctures some day her face we ll see M1X9d Chorus Glee Club JACK SMITH School work does not lnterest Jack He d rather watch basketball and track ROBERT SMITH Always ready to lend a hand This blonde haired boy plays in the band Band Orchestra MARY SPETH This girl IS new to Lincoln High She s very sweet and very shy P O A VIRGINIA STALEY Always ready for a lot of fun Her boy friends number more than one CLARA STANGLE She has quite a brain and a friendly sm11e In all she does she will be WOI'thWh1l6 Old Post Sentinel news editor Senior Senior Sent1nel Boosters Club Sponsors presldent MARIETTA STEWART Liked by everyone in the class A swell personality has this lass Senior Sentinel ROBERT STODGHILL Everywhere that Bob did go He was seen wlth Billie Jo F O A MARY LOUISE SWETTENAM Brlght and merry and quite blond Very often seen ln John s DELORES THACKER The presldent of Girls H1 Y In her class D0dl6 ranked h1gh Boosters secretary Glrls H1 Y president Sponsors Senior Sentinel OWEN THERIAC A little mldget Wlth short black ha1r When It comes to fun he s always there BETTY THOMPSON Sweet and cute a little blond Teage IS really lots of fun Girls H1 Y Good Cheer F O A Junior Red Cross DANIEL THOMPSON Always ready to help 1n need In all he does he w1ll succe DORIS THOMPSON Friendly sweet and lots of fun When she s glven a Job she gets it done JOAN THORNE Soph1st1cated and right ln style She greets her sultors Wlth a smlle Good Cheer v1ce president DICK THRELKELD Neatness IS his foremost rule He works at Rose Gardens after school Old Post Sentinel Senior Sentinel NORMA UPDIKE Jean came from Decker her junior year, She s made many friends since she s been here F O A Rest Room Hostess BILL VANWEY He gave his services to the band Barbara s wish was his command Band Orchestra EDITH VERMILLION Her manner IS demure and shy But for her the boys do sigh Jun1or Red Cross treasurer JOSEPH VIECK Always laughing always swell Always another Joke to tell RICHARD VINCENT Dick can t be ment1oned without Fayette In her classes he managed to get Old Post Sentinel c1rculat1on manager Sen1or Sentmel advert1s1ng manager Track 43 44 45 46 Football 44 BETTY WALKER Of all her Senior English class No one was braver than this lass RICHARD WALKER Wlndy always has lots to tell And he manages to tell it sometimes well H1Y MARY CONSTANCE WALTZ First It was Pat and now it s John We wonder who next Wlll come along Band Girls H1 Y Old Post Sentinel Senior Sentlnel BEVERLY WATSON As class secretary she was voted For her personality she IS noted Boosters Jun1or Red Cross Girls H1 Y Senior Class secretary DEAN WATSON He looks at girls with a special smile Their attentlon he doth begulle Yell I eader Dramatic Club H1 Y Boosters Club RUTH ANN WELTON She gave her heart to a man named Jim She stayed at home to Walt for him Glee Club Mixed Chorus JOSEPH G WETZEL His persistent spirit has carried him through Many worthwhile things will he yet do JAMES WHEATLEY Two of this name were enrolled ln Lincoln High This IS the one who got by ARISTA WHITFIELD Among the best of all the class She IS a very modest lass F O A Office Assistant Girls H1 Y Jun1or Red Cross JACK WILSON Gay in mood large 1n SIZ6 Jack IS fun though not too wise W y th terest pad by th ho borrow troubl 1 - - 1 1 D . . . ., . 1 . , To Q . . 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HENRY HAYS BETTY COLLINS FRANCES POINDEXTER PAUL ROBB Four newcomers the last semester brought, Poindexter, Hays, Collins, and Robb, V. H. S. sought. We welcome them to the class of 1946, And hope with us their luck they'll mix. THE CLASS OF We are the Class of 46 Full of fun and corny trlcks And are ready to beguile Some poor teacher with a smile While the speaker loudly bawls About our loafing in the halls We sit and listen to them preach As if the President to impeach Once while looking in a room Filled with gray and wlnterlsh gloom There sat a class of iust a few Depleted by the so called flu 4,LHS You go into the old llbarry With the thought of making merry But Miss Irwin of renown Gives you her dlsdamful frown The sun dial lies upon 1tS face Sadly pushed out of its place Then come Roy s common sense And he erected thele a fence As we shuffled thi ough the snow With our heavy books in tow Thinking, of the coming class We wished school days fsoonj would pass These happened in our senior year As ue roamed through halls so deal But the old building will be rotten Before this class will be forgotten IDEAL SENIOR BOY Physique Bill Harwick Athlete Clarke Grubb Hair Art Bowman Eyes Jim Campbell Disposition Jim Gard Sense of humor Joe Clausman Mischieveousness Harry Riser Leadership Dick Godare Swoon lnspirer Jim Cannon Carefree Bob Carie Amb1tI0n B1llKixm1ller Sportsmanship Pete Lasher By sm ll ampl IDEAL SENIOR GIRL Hair Mary Lind Clarke Nose Betty Bierhaus Lips Glenna Small Figure Audrey Clifton Legs Patty Abrell Hands Helen Fisher Disposition Delores Thacker Complexion Maxine Sanneman Intelligence Clara Stangle Good Dancer Norma Rayburn Leadership Patty Buchanan Ambition Linda Allen ay judge the wh Ie piece- OF ' 6 . . . , . . , r Q n . l 9 T - . . . K - Y K 7 . . , . . - n 9 J ' ' . . . Y , u 1 u n , ' . , I S. I. I 7, I D T . s . . y , . K I Most likely to succeed-Jim Murphy. EYQS-Betty Gfidef- a a s e we m ' o ' Cervantes. HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 46 In September of 1942 329 freshmen entered the forbodlng corrldors of Llncoln Hlgh Some few expert pathflnders and the 9 A s had l1ttle trouble fmdlng the rxght rooms but often some of us became lost and barged lnto the wrong rooms only to retreat hastlly wlth reddened faces Entermg Lmcoln Hlgh w1th us came three new teachers MISS Estella Deem Mlss Betty Ann Small and Mr Harry Smlth During our flrst semester ln Lmcoln Hlgh the physlcal educatlon program was broadened under the dlrectlon of Mr Vernon McKown The boys were requlred to take flVC days of gym and the glrls three days of gym On the flrst anniversary of Pearl Harbor Mr De Loss Walker a noted Journallst who had traveled extensxvely ln Japan addressed a con vocatlon Our return to school after the Chrlstmas va catlon was saddened by the death of Lt Colonel W L Elkenberry former supermtendent of schools Mr Ralph Banks former Jumor Hlgh School prmcxpal was appomted as the new supermtendent of schools Hls appolntment been actlng supermtendent of schools and pr1n clpal of Llncoln Hlgh We freshmen were glven a boost durlng track season when Jlm Gard turned out to be qulte a good mller Mary Jean McCormc1k recelved the freshman award This year was later termed the hardest year of the war There was much reJo1c1ng when school was dlsmxssed for summer vacation We returned ln September of 1943 no longer freshles but sophomores somewhat perturb ed by the adjectlve sllly whxch was attached to It Miss Parks hlstory teacher reslgned She was replaced by Mrs Phllllps We were proud of our football team upon their bemg awarded the S 1 A C champlonshlp The Teen Age Canteen project was under way although the program was slow At the end of thls year we were sorry to hear three teachers were leavlng us They were Mr Hohn MISS Sparks and Mr McKown Clara Stangle recelved the Sophomore Honor Society Award The Allled almleb mvaded North Afrlca S1c1ly Italy and flnally German held France Belgium and Holland We returned to school ln 1944 Jumors We captured some of the dlgnlty of the senlors ln now becomlng upper classmen Thls year we elected class offlcers Thejaalls Little troke fell gre t o k II THE crass snsr ar 3-sf s I4 fs X J' were astlr wlth campaxgnang students The re sults were Jim Gard Pres1dent Myron Lasher VICE Pres1dent Dlck Godare Treasurer and Patty Buchanan Secretary The football team had a successful season wlth 5 wms 2 losses and 2 tres Mr Ph1ll1ps was appomted IH S A A Com mlssloner of Athletlcs Mr Snyder then Prln clpal of Jumor Hlgh became Pr1nc1pal of Sen1o1 Hlgh and Mr Rlce was appomted Prmclpal of Jumor Hlgh and Mxss Carrle Van Wey became Chemlstry teacher IH Llncoln Hlgh of 1945 In thls year the war ln Europe was won Dur mg the summer vacatlon the war 1n the Pac1f1c was Won maklng our return to school a ome what happler event Thls year we were senlors at last We elected class offlcers agaln The results were Harry Rlser Pres1dent Bill Knauth VICE Pres1dent Davld Helnz Treasurer and Beverly Watson Secretary Mr Alwood came to Llncoln from V U to teach chemlstory and mathematlcs In December a flu epldemlc h1t school pretty hard A llttle better than a thlrd of the stu dents were absent The epldemlc was severe but not enough so as to force school to close The basketball team got off to a good tart thIS year And now as the close of school draws near the Joy of gettmg out of school IS somewhat saddened because we reallze that never agaln can we return as students But we feel that we have left our Alma Mater ln good hands Please take good care of her for us THINKING BACK When years have passed and tlme s gone by Wlll you remember Llncoln Hlgh Wlth IIS many Joys and forgotten friends The The Ihe The The end of the war the atomic bomb? As tlme rolls by should loys grow less Remember those of V H S remdeer sweaters and other trends Sentlnel room MISS Harsher and Fluffer s1x weeks tests that seem to grow tougher Senxor Program the mght of the Prom Fra kl n 9 ! . , . ' - I I - . . . , A u , A g g . , , X I :T . ' ' . ' ' . . "Ill y ' ! ' 71' ' t 7 ' ' I NL 4. If X S rig , , - : hw , : , ' 1 , 1 7 ' 1 K - , . . . Q . . . y , - . . , 1 'In 1 1- 1 1 n K I . . , 1 s 1 1 1 , 1 1 7 1 p 1 gave Mr. Phillips a much needed rest as he had The Canteen was finally opened in January . . ' s , ' J s - , L .L 5, .. Z . y . . 3 cc ' H - I . . . . 'U Y L . . uv. ,, . t . 7 ' - .xx x, . I Y . r . - K . . I . . 1 . l I I . l 1' . ' . , r K D . ' r 1 r ' ' ki I . . . .l I ' I . . U , I .1 H . ' . , I . I I 7 9 y ' I I , ' ' , 1 9 Y'1 ' V ll V y I 1 f 0 N 1 , . . ' . . , . , . A i up ., . , . . , 1 I L4 in ' Y ' s 'Psy Q a a 5- n I . ' .L-V .1 . CLASS WILL Upon leaving dear old Lmcoln High we the class of '46 bemg of sound mmd and body do hereby wrnte and publish our last wall and testament It I3 Impossible for us to take everything with us so we wish to bequeath to the underclass men some of our most treasured possessions and the honor of upholding the Alma Mater we are now leavmg Signed CLASS OF 46 WITNESSES John L Adams p tskeleton C Mlnme J MISS Jane Menefee 1 Fenemee J Mr Oscar Hertllng 1 Pop J Sentmel Room Pencll Sharpener I Percy J PATTY ABRELL Her mckname Nlck to Vlrglnla Lmdloft LINDA ALLEN Her hlgh scholastlc record to Dale Hudson FRANKLIN BAKER H1s perseverance to all next year s semors MARY ELLEN BARMES Her place as hostess ln the rest room to Mar garet Lacy GFNE BATHE H1s w11d rldes 1n hls grey Ford to Harold Plxley BOB BAUER H1s place as student manager of the football team to Sam Rumer SAI LY BEESELY Her beat up Bulck to Don Sandefer MAPY LOUISE BELL Her love for country boys to Margle Shroyer BETTY BIERHAUS Her advertlslng dummy to Paul Decker KENNY BLAGRAVE HIS speedy motorcycle to Jack Bobe ARTHUR BOWMAN H1s ab1l1ty to shlne 1n the ch Jrcl' league to Donald Opell JAMES BRASSEUR H1s love of New York women to George Gordon RODNEY BROWN H1s everlastlng love to Clyde Jones PATTY BUCHANAN Her wonderful personallty to Hugh Craton ORVIS BURDSALL H1s runnmg to the Collseum to practlce basketball early to George Thompson TOM BUSH H1s place as center on the Baptxst church team to George Courtney SUE BUYER Her elephant walk to Horace Foncannon JIM CAMPBELL H1s croonmg for hls glrl frlends to Harry Carrltte JOHN CARIE HIS lose for Lawrencevllle to Patsy Manuel BOB CARIE H1s nolse 1n the dresslng room after the games to DICK Inman PEGGY CARTER Her arguments 1n English class to Don Stodg 1 RAYMOND CATT H1s work after school to Burr Bowman SUEANN CISEL Her engagement rlng to Marilyn Lawson HELEN CLARK Her whlsperlng ln home room to Bob Wll hams MARY LIND CLARKE Her pretty halr to Rosa Thuls JOE CLAUSMAN H1s place as Sentlnel dlrt page edltor to Mary Ann Ramsey GWENDOLYN CLEVELAND Her affablllty to Tommy Ryan AUDREY CLIFTON Her demure ways to Kay Uland JAMES COLE H1s blue sport coat to Leon Esch ROBERT COMBS H1s ablllty to sell cosmetlcs to Joe Kramer JOHN COULUP H1s Job at the Sun Commercial to Bob Chans er KATHLEEN CRAWFORD Her bobbed halr to Sarah Delllnger JO ANNF FROSS Her Marlene Detrlch legs to Mary Jo Blevens JOHN DAWSON H1s place ln the C A P to Emll Dansker JAMES DAY H1s sellmg ab1l1ty to John Lyons LE ROY DONOVAN H1s pos1t1on 1n the Dutch Flat Rangers Pete Hussey ROY DONOVAN H1s V sweater to Bob Scott HIV DA DRIEMAN Her retlrmg ways to Allce Roher JAMES DU BOIS The braces on hxs teeth to lndwlna Gardner ANNA DUKES Her pos1t1on at the Good Samarltan Hospltal to John L Adams JOHN DUNN H1s developmg sense of humor to Herble Roach RAY EATON H1s place as the doplest guy ln the Senlor Class to Ears Blxby ALBERT EDWARDS Hrs masculme beard to Jlm Lukens Af I b gtb I nge . 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BERNARD EDWARDS Hls Monday mornmgs absentla to Sam Sulllvan RENA FAITH Her tall dark lanklness to Bob Vlncent HELEN ANN FISHER Her glggllng to Vlrglnla Gutterldge BELVA FLEENOR Her klndly helpfullness to Mlldred Purcell NORMA SUE FREMDER Her v1ol1n playlng ln the orchestra to Joe Summers ILDAJEANNE FREY Her attendance at church on Sunday mghts to Carol Moon JAMES GARD H1s mlle runs to Jack Anderson RICHARD GODARE Hls taxl servlce to Guy Ray LETA GOODWIN Her place at the Adams to Tommy Rlddle BETTY GRIDER Her mckname Kymer to Lee Albm CLARK GRUBB Hls ab1l1ty to get along Wlth h1s woman to hxs l1ttle brother Ray GLENDA GULLEY Her popplng of gum to Norma Prather FAYETTE HANES Her very very serlous love affalr to Rose Manls Her trumpet to Barbara Crowley BILL HARWICK H1s muscular physlque to Ronald Domrose DERALD HEDDEN H1s nlckname Rowdy to Kenneth Dennls DAVID HEINZ H1s great b1g smlle to James Kelly LOUISE HILTON Her bee yoo t1 ful red ha1r to Joy Byers EDITH JO HOBBS Her smokes at the Adams to Joan Young AL HOFFMAN H1s supreme speed to George Lanham RALPH HOWARD Hls love for red heads to Gordon Iler BETTY HUDSON Her costume Jewelry to Carla Andrews BETTIE MAE HUGHES Her speed up tactlcs to Norman Snapp BETTY LOU IVERS Her place as a Sentlnel typlst to Betty Glass BURT JOHANNINGSMEIER Hls corny Moe and Joe Jokes 1n the Key hole to Mr Burnett RUTH ANN KENDLE Her consc1ent1ous behavlor to LOIS Kaughn MARIANNE KESHNER Her bottle or perox1de to Mary Lou Roude bush Eyfhlf BIL' KIXMILLER Hls ab1l1ty to read proof to Bob Mlller BILL KNAUTH Hls sklll ln dr1v1ng a truck to Mr Dunn JOHN KOTTER H1s good grades 1n shop to Don Rlchardvllle PETE LASHER H1s ab1I1ty to love em and leave em to Tom Ryan GEORGIANN LAWLESS Her b1g brown eyes to Nadlne Adams BETTY LEVERON Her frlendly greetmgs to Mary Lee Coleman RAY LEWIS Hls art ab1l1ty to Betty Meyers ALICE LIVINGSTON Her frlendly ways to Mlss Irwln DOROTHY LYNCH Her glamour glrl appearance to Suz Hayes PAT MANHART Her ablllty to get around to Ruth Clay comb BETTY MATHEWS Her place at the Greek s to Patty WIIIIS BETTY METZ Her very nlce walk to Jackle bnapp JOHN MEYERS Hls place on McK1nley Avenue Church team to Jack Jul1an DON MILLER Balley BOB MOORE Hls love for the Y M C A to Bob Evans SALLY MORGAN Her love for the Navy to Betty Hllsmeler JAMES MURPHY Hls trips to Chlcago to Bruce Barmes MARIE MURPHY Her rldes 1n her truck to Patsy Robbins WILLETTA MUTCHMORE Her bus rldes to the North End to Jlm Brown BETTY McCLELLAN Her love for the Junlor Hlgh youngsters to Bertha Stem BERTHA McCOOL Her pleasant volce to Darlene Clbull MARY JEAN McCORMICK Her last mlnute arrlvals to Irls York DICK McMILLIN Hls many Jackets to Mr Hertllng BILLY JO NANCE Her trlps to the Keeno hall to Patty Momlnee JOHN O BRIEN Hls army unlform to Paul Johnson INEZ O DELL All of her pretty freckles to Donna Meade VERA OWENS Her pocketbooks to Martha Lou Cunnlng ham dG ' ' 7 44 ' H 74 - ' ' ' il ' YY ' . . 9 9 ' 1 w I l 1 u . . . . , , ' ' anne ' ' Cl Yl - ' ll Y, ll 97 ' , . Q ' u WILMA HARKER His will to come back to school to George ' ' u n ' - - K6 Y, ' ' CG - ,Y ' ' 46 17 ' ' - , 9 ' - ' r- ver man or imse an od for us all. NORMA PALMER Her long walk to school to Veva Clark PHYLLIS PENNINGTON Her walks w1th her boy frlend to Patsy Daws WANDA PINKSTAFF Her qulet manner to Dlck Chester LA VON PINNICK Her love for Edwardsport to Ace Edwards JANE PRATHER Her op1n1on questlons ln CIVICS to Joan Grubb PAUL PRESTON All of h1s pretty llttle hats to Stubby P trlck BETTY PROUT Her enormous w1ll power of belng qulet to Bob Stalcup CHARLES RANEY Hls Job as plcture machme operator to Sam La Coste NORMA RAYBURN Her danclng versatlllty to Rosalyn Watson WALLACE REEVES Hls long wmded arguments Wlth John L Adams to Peter Heltkamp DARLINE REITMEYER Her respect for her school work to Bob Woods TED RICHARDVILLE Hls past tlme as a drummer boy to Bob Engle HARRY RISER All of hls mlschevlous stunts to Ralph Farmer BETTY ROACH Her gypsy llke ear rlngs to Margaret Lacy VIRGIL ROSE Hls Romeo ways to Bob Scott RITA ROUDEBUSH Her duets wlth her slster to Patty and Rosalle Prout JIM CANNON His trucks to Burr Bowman BETTY RUMER Her typlng technlque to Mary McCool PATTY SALTERS Her tom boy ways to Mary Green VIRGINIA SANDERS Her sklll as a seamstress to Jim Stangle PAUL SCHULTZ Hls 1m1tat1ons to James Mossman LESTER SHIRLEY H1s hobby of tlnkerlng wlth radlos to Tom Wathen GLENNA SMALL Her auburn tresses to Ellen Gross JACK SMITH Hls qu1ck comebacks to Warren Blxby ROBERT SMITH Hls mlddle name Manly to Jlm Laldle MARY SPETH Her southern accent to Donna Meade VIRGINIA STALEY Her arlstr cratlc carrlage to Joretta Wllhlte CLARA STAN GLE Her orderly ways to Peggy Alexander I God MARIETTA STEWART Her popularlty w1th her fellow students to her llttle brother BOB STODGHILL Hls professlonal manner to Hugo Roellgan MARY LOU SWETTENAM Her tumbllng stunts ln gym to Norma Spore DELORES THACKER Her tendency to blush to Patty Thacker BUD THERIAC Hls punctuallty to Bob Chansler BETTY THOMPSON Her dally trlps from Ill1no1s to Don Manshlp DORIS THOMPSON Her Spanlsh book to Sonny Quarterman DANIEL THOMPSON H1s custodxan Job 1n h1s home rooms to Dlck Inman JOAN THORNE Her lndependent ways to Joan Jordan DICK THRELKELD Hrs su1t tle and overcoat whlch he dally wears to school to Perry Andrews NORMA JEAN UPDIKE Her engagement rlng to Barbara Helderman BILL VANWEY Hls Wonder Bread truck to Roy Snyder EDITH VERMILLION Her lady hke manners to Donna Wrlght RICHARD VINCENT H1s promenades wlth h1s sweetle to Bob Mack BETTY WALKER Her Job as B T O to Mary Ellen Brldwell LEELAND WALKER H1s nlckname Wmdy to Sally Bruce CONNIE WALTZ Her love for the underclassmen boys to Mary Ann Ramsey BEVERLY WATSON Her place as a semor class offlcer Zombie Rlchardson DEAN WATSON Hls pegged pants to Hugh Craton RUTH ANN WELTON Her shyness ln the classrooms to Harold Jones JOE WETZEL Hls w1l1 to stay 1n school to Gene Brown JIM WHEATLEY H1s enormous size to JIITI Hendershot ARISTA WHITFIELD Her blcycle whlch she rldes to school dally to Kelsa Brandon JACK WILSON Hls 1m1tat1ons of Roy Acuff to Norwood Stanhope MARILYN WINDMANN Her love for the canteen to Juanlta Fowler BILL WOODS H1s red huntlng cap to Jack Waters MAURICE WRIGHT Hxs women ln the Athletlc Offlce to Bryan Klmmel . . . . .. . . . . . . . . I . - . - ' H ,, . . . . . 2- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - ! Y l , . . ' . " . . . . . . . . . . . . ' ' ll ' ,J ' as n ' ' IC' ' Y, ' - . . . H. . . ,, . . . . . . . , . 0 Q n u . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I . . . . . . . . n we trust. SQ' FOOTBALL BASKETBALL V MAN S CLUB FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD Date V.H.S. Opp0IlBH'CS Date V H S. Opponents 0 0 16 26 September 14 Bosse September 21 30 Lawrencevllle 0 September 28 Prmceton October 5 Central October 1 Llnton October 1 Washlngton October 2 New Albany November 2 Sulllvan November 9 Blcknell STATISTICS The year 1945 was marked w1t'h another successful football season When the flnal gun had been flred ln the last game of the year at Blcknell s Hooper Fleld the Green and Whlte of old Vmcennes had e tabllshed a season re cord of 6 v1ctor1es 2 defeats and one scoreless te They had scored 41 touchdowns and 13 extra polnts for a total of 259 polnts Wh1Ch IS far beyond any other scormg mark ln the school s glorlous grldxron hlstory This rugged offense was backed by an even greater defense whlch allowed the Allce goal llne to be crossed only 5 tlmes The great work of the Alxce l1ne was shown tlme and tlme agaln and ln one game when the flgures were tabulated the opposlng team was 5 yards ln the hole The average score was almost 29 polnts per game for Vmcennes to only 4 for thelr opponents The only weak polnt that could be seen 1n any phase of the Green and Whlte attack was the 1nab1l1ty to add the lmportant extra polnt In the Lln ton game the failure to k1ck the extra polnt cost the Al1ces the ball game and a chance for th S I A C tltle The Vmcennes football Y Schultz on the th1rd strlng of the All State Football Team BOSSE 0 0 The openlng game of the 1945 grld season saw the Al1ces and Bosse Bulldogs battle at a stand stlll ln a scoreless game at Enlow Fleld IU Evansvllle Vmcennes started off on the rlght foot by cl1ck1ng off two successlve flrst downs before fumbllng with the Bulldogs recoverlng on thelr own 35 Then Bosse made the longest sustam ed drlve of the evenlng before flnally bemg stopped on the AIICG 1 yard stripe From there on nelther team could get 1ts of fenslve attack underway and except on one or two dlfferent occaslons the ball exchanged hands near mldfleld The Al1ces mam scormg threat was halted wlth a pass lnterceptlon on the Bosse 3 yard l1ne as the f1rst half ended Pass lntercept ons were predomlnent ln the second half as both teams took to the alr o try to break the scoreless deadlock LAWRENCEVILLE 30 0 The Al1ces galned thelr flrst vlctory at the expense of the Lawrencevllle Indians 1n thelr openlng game at Washmgton Fleld by a 30 0 trlumph November November 23 November December December December December December January 4 January 5 January 1 January 1 January Janualy February 1 February 8 February 12 February 15 Lawrencevllle R61tZ Washlngton Jasper Central Blcknell Bedford New Albany Jasper Jeffersonvllle Central Prlnceton Washlngton Sulllvan Huntlngburg Bloomlngton Lawrencevllle Bosse VINCENNES 26 LAWRENCEVILLE 24 The Allce hardwood squad won then' open mg game of the 45 46 season by scormg a close two polnt vlctory over the Lawrencevllle Ind lans 26 24 At the end of each quarter the Al1ces were ln the lead but only by sllght marglns After holdmg a 3 2 edge the Green and Whlte In creased thelr lead to 11 8 at the half In the thlrd perlod the Indxans closed the gap to only one polnt wlth the score belng 18 17 In the flnal quarter the Al1ces outscored the Indlans 8 to 7 to end up on the long end of the 26 24 score VINCENNES 25 REITZ 17 The Al1ces racked up the1r second vlctory of the season and flrst S I A C w1n when they defeated Reltz of Evansvllle 25 17 at Evans ulle Nov 23 The game opened wlth a fleld goal by Grubb follow ed by three flelders for the Panthers and one free throw for each team mak1ng the flrst quartel score 7 3 1n favor of Reltz Tre Al1ces pulled out m front of the Panth ers the second quarter by OLltSCOI'lI1g the R91tZ qumtet SIX polnts The halftlme score was 11 9 The thlrd quarter featured Hoffman Hud son and Grubb h1tt1ng from the floor and put tmg the Al1ces fulther ln the lead the score at the end of the perlod belng 19 12 In the flnal perlod Harwlck and Lasher tal hed three pomts each to make the Al1ces flnal 25 polnts agalnst the Panthers 17 VINCENNES 44 WASHINGTON 29 The Al1ces played on thelr own hardwood for the flrst tlme thls season and tallled their thlrd wx ln Nov 30 when they nset and tromped the W shlngton Hatchets 44 29 The game opened NVItI'l the Hatchets scormg from the floor Burdsall tallled a free throw and a fleld goal to ox ercome Washlngton s only lead durlng the contest Wlth Lasher Bowman Ig raceev xqeo 31 ' 0 30 44 ' 6 21 12 17 2 6 ' 7 14 25 9 65 ' ' 0 19 33 ' 4 32 7 21 31 25 ' 0 28 37 64 ' 0 35 46 ' 1 46 . ' 8 29 ' . ' - ' 25 31 ' ' ' ' 29 48 ' . , . , . 42 . . S . - 35 . . . , , 37 , i . . 36 7 e . . . . ' . ' ' , team was honored b the selection of end Paul . . . . X . . I , I I, - no er settle a u :ti n-Dinraeli. FCOTBALL Lawlencexllle klcked off and after both teams falled to galn the necessary yardage for a f1rst down the Ahces agaln took possesslon of the ball and from mldfleld lt took only four plays before H3FW1Ck plunged over from the 2 Lawrencewllle recelx ed the klckoff and punted on the thlrd down from the1r own 25 to the Allce 44 On the f1rst play halfback Dlck Inman romped 56 vards for the econd Allce score as the quarter ended Vlncennes scored for the thlrd tlme early 1n the second quarter when Hudson took a lateral from Cannon and galloped 26 yards unmolested to the goal l1ne Wlth but a few mlnutes re malnlng ln the f1rst half Schultz caught a blocked Indlan punt and raced 35 yards for another 6 polnts In the third quarter the offense of the Ahces was slowed down to almost a standstlll and as '1 result there was no scorlng unt1l the openlng mlnutes of the fmal perlod The Ahces galned control of the ball at mldfleld and galns by Hudson Harwlck and Gard brought the ball to the 2 where Harwlck drove over All f1V6 trles for the extra polnt were unsuccessful PRINCETON 31 0 Not even mud and ram could stop the Ahces ln the1r search for v1ctor1es as was shown at Prlnceton when the Green and Whlte emmerg ed very muddy and on the long end of a 31 0 score It dldnt take the Green Wase long to get under way as the f1rst tlme they got the1r hands on the ball after the Tlgels had punted I man on an off tackle smash splashed h1s way through 67 yards of mud and water for the 1n1t1al Allce score The ball then exchanged hands for the remalnder of the quarter Wlth the Allces ln DOSSQSSIOH on the Tlger 10 yard l1ne when the second quarter began Harwlck and Inman each made f1ve yards wlth the latter carrylng the ball into the end zone for hls ec ond touchdown of the eyenlng Nelther team threatened for the remalnder of the half and the Ahces were ln front 12 0 at the half way mark In the mlddle of the thlrd perlod the Allces chalked up another 6 polnts as Hudson went 23 yards to score Then Inman scored the extra polnt on an end run The last two Allce touchdowns were made ln the last perlod by halfback George Lanham one belng a 36 yard punt return the other resultlng from a 26 yard galn on an off tackle play Both trles for the extra poxnt falled CENTRAL BEARS 6 21 The Allces went down ln defeat for the f1rst tlme at the hands of the Central Bears who were rated as one of the best teams ln Indlana The f1nal score read Central 21 Vlncennes 6 In the f1rst quarter both teams played at a standstill and It was not unt1l the mlddle of the second quarter that Central flnally pushed across the1r f1rst touchdown when Worklng BV tk k k BASKETBALL and Carle scorlng the first quarter ended 11 5 IH the Ahces favor The second quarter saw the All es lncreaslng the1r lead on the scorlng of Burdsall Hoffman and Carle The half tlme score was 22 15 The thlrd quarter ended wlth the Allces stlll leadlng by a margln of 7 polnts the score belng 30 23 In the fmal per1od Vlncennes managed to Increase the1r lead even mole and the game ended wlth the Ahces on the very long end of a 25 17 score VINCENNES 17 JASPER 26 The Ahces suffered the1r fxrst hardwood de feat of the season from Jasper Dec 12 at the Collseum The Ahces took an early 7 0 lead OXEI the Wlldcats and the f1rst quarter score was 111 Vlncennes favor 8 4 However the second quarter saw Jasper overtake the Ahces margln to lead the remam der of the contest VINCENNES 25 CENTRAL 42 The Ahces recelved the1r second consecutne loss of the season from the fast movlng Central Bears at the Collseum on Dec 14 The f1rst quarter featured a scorlng race whxch ended wlth the Bears leadlng 10 9 The second quarter was much l1ke the f1rst and the bears were st1ll ahead at half tlme 22 9 The Ahces began loslng ground 1n the thlrd quarter only being able to tally three polnts The fmal perlod saw the Ahces much outscored as the Bears went on to the1r 42 25 vlctory VINCENNES 33 BICKNELL 29 The Allces remalned 1n the w1n column Dec 19 when they defeated Blcknell 33 29 at the Collseum The f1rst three quarters featured the Allces out corlng the Bulldogs but the fourth perlod saw Blcknell glvmg the Ahces a scare The fmal perlod started Wtlh the Ahces 1n tee lead by 9 p0lUtS However a Bulldog h1t tlng spree closed the margln to 4 polnts The lead went to SIX when Burdsall tallled a flelder but returned to 4 when Fowler h1t for Blcknell The game ended w1th the Allces four polnts ln the lead 33 29 VINCENNES 31 BEDFORD 23 The Ahces tallled another vlctory when they defeated the Bedford Stonecutters Dec 21 at the Coll eum The score was t1ed once 1n each of the f1rst two quarters The Allces overcame the one polnt lead of the Stonecutters at the end of the f1rst perlod and took the lead three p01DtS at half tlme In the thlrd and fourth perlods the AllC6S began pulllng away from the Stonemen untll It was evldent that Bedford could not posslbly w1n There was no scorlng 1n the fmal two mlnutes and the game ended Wlth the Allces on the long end of the 31 23 score F . v I ' , r, K - S ' ,-. ' - 1 ,- ' ' ,Q . . K. Y L. T v A K C ,. . - N K 9 1 1 r ' - . 1 - , i V- - y - I . . . . . - - . . i . - . , . . . , 0 .' S , ' , . 1 1 . . . . s , n r ' . ' - K ' . . Y . . , l ' 1 . L . . ' - y Q . 0 l . , L J . . , I 7 ' I Q 1 ' ' Y , . , . A . . w . . . . , Y . . . Y . . . . . Y A . ' - . ., ' I , ' ' 1 - - , H..-.L . , y . . 7 y 1 . . . , , - . , . , Y n- K . . 7 Y y , . ' s ' v . . . . , 'fy . . 1 ' L . . 3 ,- , 9 a 1 '- u r ' S , A - v , . . . 1 . , - K - . 1 Q ' . . . . 2 . C ' - ' . . , . Y ' r - 1 . ' 'Q ' J, A1 I ng . R1 K A - n I I L. , . Y . . , . Y ' . . 2 wor one nowg the worlzman-La ontaine. FCQTBALL BASKETBALL Went over from the 1 yard lme on fourth down It was durmg th1S quarter that the Allces suf fered a heartbreaklng setback when a 50 yard touchdown run by Hudson was nul1f1ed by a penalty The second half saw the Bears score thelr second and thlrd touchdowns ln qulck order w1th one late ln the thlrd quarter and the other a few plays after the beglnnmg of the flnal quarter Workmg scored h1s second touchdown from the two yard llne to end a 50 yard dr1ve Whlle Watson went over from the fxve yard str1pe for the thlrd and flnal Lentral tally Mathls p1Ck8d all three 01 the extra pomts 'rom placement The lone score for the Allces followed after Lentral had completed thelr scorlng The Bears klcked off and Cannon gained 10 yards to the 28 Hudson then tossed a pass to Rlch ardvllle to the 50 After Harwlck plcked up 20 yards Hudson faded back and threw a pass to Schultz who went over to glve the Allces thexr 6 pomts The try for the extra polnt was wlde LINTON 6 7 The Ahces met Wlth thelr second defeat of the year when the lnvadmg Llnton Mlner who went through the season undefeated journeyed home v1ctor1ous by the close score of 7 6 The game was hard fought from the very beglnnlng The Allces recelved the klckoff and belng unable to get rolllng were forced to punt Then Llnton had to punt as they were stopped cold by the Allce llnemen Thls ex change of punts contlnued for the greater part of the fxrst half It was not untll the last few mlnutes that the Green and Whlte got started mOVlHg GHIHS by Cannon and Harwlck and a pass from Hudson to Rlchardvllle brought the ball from the VIHCCHHCS 37 to the Linton 25 From there Inman went to the 14 and Hudson covered the flnal 14 on a reverse Just 18 ec onds before the half Bowmans place kick was Wlde Llnton s score came mldway ln the thlrd perlod when one of Harwlck s passes was lnter cepted on the Vlncennes 33 A galn of 6 yards put the ball on the 27 and from there Peterson of Llnton Went through a large hole ln the llne and evaded the secondary to score Keller placed klcked the extra pomt The last quarter was scoreless w1th Llnton controllxng the ball the last 6 mlnutes of the game The Allces were decxdely off ln the second half maklng only one flrst down as compared to 8 1n the flrst half WA' HINGTON 65 0 Playmg thelr la t game before a home crowd the Allces handled the Washlngton Hatchets wlth ease wlnnlng 65 0 The Ahces left no doubt as to tl1e outcome of the game when they took the opemng k1ck off and marched 70 yards ln 14 plays to pay curt wlth Bowman tallylng from the 1 The VINCENNES 37 NEW ALBANY 34 The Allces took tlme out from thelr Chrlstmas vacatlon to add another vlctory to thelr collec tlon by defeatlng the New Albany Bulldogs 37 34 ln a close evenly matched contest The game was a thrlller from the xery start wlth the score bemg tled slx dlffe ent umes Nelther team held the lead by a comfortable margln at any txme the largest dlfference belng 5 pomts The count was even at the close of the flrst perlod 10 10 Then the Allces surged lnto the lead ln the second perlod and held a 17 13 advantage at the half The Bulldogs not to be counted out yet outscored the Green and Whlte by f1V8 pomts to start off the flnal perlod Wlth a 1 polnt lead As the fourth quarter began tl'e Allces qulckly added 6 markers to give them thelr blggest lead of the evenlng 32 27 whlch was too much for the Bulldogs to overcome VINCENNES 3o JASPER 44 The AllC88 traveled to Jasper Jan 4 to suf fer thelr thlrd defeat of the season and second defeat from the Wlldcats The game started w1th the Allces playlng a m tn to man defense Wtxh Jasper leadlng 18 5 at the end of the flrst period the Allces chang ed thelr tactlcs by playlng a stlff zone defense the 1ema1nder of the game The Allces outscored the Wlldcats the last three perlods but not enough The game ended wlth Jasper leadlng 44 35 The Allces racked up another w1n when they handed the Jeffersonvllle Red Devlls a 46 35 defeat Jan 5 at the Collseum At the time the Red Devlls were rated among the flrst ten teams ln the state accordlng to the A P poll The Ahces took an early lead ln the game Wlth the score at the end of the flrst quarter 17 8 Phe second quarter saw Vlncennes Wld enlng the lead margln ex en more the half tlme score belng 28 15 The Allces got a scare ln the last of the final quarter Wrth four mlnutes of play remalmng the Red Devlls came Wlthln slx pomts of catch mg up wlth the Green and Whlte wave How ever Pete Lasher and Hoss Foncannon each fllpped 1n a fleld goal to clnch the game for Vlncennes and complete the Allces 46 polnts agalnst Jeff s 35 VINCPNNES 46 CENTRAL 49 The Allces rece1ved thelr fourth defeat of the season flom Central Jan 11 at Ewansvllle ln a ox ertlme contest The entlre game featured a close score and 'lt the end of regular play the scoreboard show ed 43 all In the three mlnute ox ertlme the Bears broke loose ln a hlttmg spree wlth whlch the Allces were unable to keep pace The game ended wlth the Bears on the long end of the 49 46 score P ple who m lc o no s are flange us . . , . . L ' l - ' J . , . l l I r . . 7 Y 9 . I 1 A . . . , . I 5 .1 I I V ' . . K I 1 s - , . . , K , , . ' . , L S A , ' , . . . . S . ' 1 , ' . l . . . , I 0 X I ' K . . I . - . . - , , y D . .S V F, 1 1 I I A . , W ' 1 l D . ' L I J . S. - . . S . ' ' ' 2 . . ' . ' - 1 1 I 1 . I . Sv . . . ' . - , - ' S ,- . . . - . ,. . . s ' 5 1 1 0 1 l 1 ' r - 1 . ' . ' . . , - ,, , l ' ' -4 . . . VINCENNES 46, JEFFERSONVILLE 35 ' . . 1 ' . . ' I ' 9 ' . y l - . .IJ ! I K . . ' ' c 1 I . . 0 q 1 A I 1 1 V . . u , 33 ' . ' . Y . . , . r . , .. 1 . K - 1 1 , 1 o 1 ' . . , v . - . : ' A - ' , . . T . . u - . Y . . ll as , U n , 1 1 1 1 . o 1 . . I I , . n 1 . L . , . . ' ' 4. . . . .L , -- S 1 . l v . 1 ' 1 ' ' 9 - a , , . 7 . 1 , ' lg I- - ' D S . c Y' . 1 ,. - I yu ' . Q . 1 l -1 . V 1. , I I . me . I - , . . eo a e n i e ro . FQCDTBALL BASKETBALL lLXtt1I'llt the A111 e got then h znds on the b ill nd Paul bCl'lLllt! 11ccd 52 y11ds mound end f0l the second SCOIL lhc t1y fo1 the extla 1o111t 11'1s good 1011 ard the cnd of the I1rst quute l1o11ma11 tall1ed agam thls t1me f1 om the 1 ya1d l1re NVl1B19 qua1te1back Dlck God ale lad been run out oi bounds after lugg1ng the 11gsl 1n 39 1a1ds Hudso11 s t11 101 the ext1a 11011112 11 as good ff111ng the Al ces a 20 0 lead Euly ln tl e se ond 13811061 Pete Lashel caught blocked purt and 11e'1t 40 ya1ds to HCOIQ and Hudson drop klcked the extra polnt he sco11ng ceased Lllltll tl e last palt of the cua1te1 11her1 Inm n 1 ent tl e f1nal 6 yards of 1 d11ve that stfuted from the Washlngton 40 Ihe half sco1e left VVa hlngton behlnd 33 0 llI1c.11a1 1n the th11d quarter Godare lnter tepted a pass on tl e Vlncenres 37 ard st1eaked 63 1 mos do1vn the 1dGl1T1G3 to the goal llne Tlse 619111 to1cl1down was et up by large ga1ns r de b f II 1d on and 'scl ultr 1v1th Lasher takmg tl e fmal u ya ds on an end around play X nother p 1ntc1ce1t1o11 wa the 1na1n factor 11 the next touchdo1 n thls tlme by Cary br1ng 1g do11n a pa s on tl e 50 and golng to the 14 lefore bexng, h1lted nd hom the1e Hudson 111111 drwtely 11ent o1e1 on the next play and then p s ed to L'1she1 101 tl e extra pomt Pl1e p'1s 1ng combmfvt on of Hudson to Lash or 1cco11tcd fO1 t e fm l two touchdowns of the evenmg lhc fn t a 51 yard aer1al and the NEW ALBANY 32 7 In p1obabl1 then be t sho111ng of the season t 16 Ahce defeated a st1ong New Albany eleven to the tune of 32 7 The Al1ces out played tl e Bulldogs from the 1e1y start after ta img the opemng k1Ck0ff It took only 13 plays before Ha1w1ck c1o ed the New Albany goal l1ne f O01 the f11e but Hudson mlsscd the ext a po1nt 'Ile Bulldogs 1vere rot to be 1vh111ed so ea 1ly as they turned d1OLll1Cl a11d mfncned 65 yards w1th RISSIGI gomg a1ou1 d end f1o1n tl e 20 to even up the S0016 Then t e B1lldogs tempo a11ly u1ged abe d when P911 s pl celuck s1l1t tl e upr1ghts New Alb my lead 11as sho1t l11ed ho e1e1 1 hen Hudson s px se to La le1 and to ClClll,llt7 I1'll1C e1d fone co1 e1ed h lf the length of the f d 21 and 23 1a1d 11e ues Bo11n1.1n 1lacel11cked the ext1 1 po t Then Lasher v1ent 32 vfuds to the B llldog 7 to et the stage for P131 111ck to plo11 hls V1'1y o1 61 agaln Ne1the1 te U1 SCO18d IH the thnd perlod al tfrough the Allccs dlOX9 to Ne11 Albanys 1116 befo1e fLlmbl1H2, In the foulth perlod 'the Al1C9S talhci t111ce The Al1C6S stalted the1r d111e fO1 the11 fotuth touchdo11n f1om the Bull dog 34 as the 1esult of 1eco1e11ng a part1ally blocked punt Lasher agam out the ball 1n SCOIIPQ poslt on on a 17 y'11d 1un to the one 1a1d 81211138 F1om the1e Ha11v1ck bowled h1S 1 ay 0191 for h1s thnd 6 130111191 To1vard the end of the game the Bulldogs 1esorted to pass VINCLNNES 29 IRINCBTON 19 'lhc Al1C6S txllled the11 e1ghth 111n ln twel1e sta1ts th1s season 01 er Pllnceton Jan 18 at the Punceton gyn1 'lhe fnst qua1ter featured one fleld goal by Alnold Bowman wn1le the T1gers rounded up f11e 13011118 Ho11e1e1 IH the second pel10d the Al1ces out sco1ed the Tlgers 16 D01lltS to 5 In the closlng 1JGl1Od the Al ces su1ged on to come out on the long end of the 29 19 score Al1ce guard Bob Carle was unable to plav at P11nceton due to a knee 1n1ury Clark Grubb 1vas h1gh scorer for V1ncennes 1v1th fourteen polnts VINCENNES 31 WASHINGTON 21 Tl1e Al1C68 t1aveled to Washlngton Jan 25 to v11n 01 er the Hatchets of that town 31 21 Phe game got off to a slow start w1th the Al ce balely leadlng at the frrst quarter mark Tl e Al1C68 changed pace the second perlod bv out co11ng the Hatchets 10 polnts to 3 The Hatchets staged a comeback 1n the thlrd quar ter and outscol ed the AIICQS 12 polnts to 9 I11 the llflllal pe11od the Hatchets closed the lead gap to only three pomts However the AllC6S qulckly netted seven points to c1nch the ganee Ahce f01W21d Pete Lasher tall1ed h1gh for 1ve1e h1gh for Washlngton each scor1ng SIX polnts VICENNES 48 SULLIVAN 34 The AllC98 won the1r tenth vlctory of the season Jan 29 Yvhen they tromped Sull11an at the Col1seum The fu st qdarter ended w1th the Al1ces lead 1ng 13 10 Howe1 er by fast breaklng the Gold en A11ow the Green and Whlte pushed the S0019 to 28 18 as the half ended T e th 1d pe 1od featured a scorlng spree by the fllces QLlll1X?Il got only 2 polnts whlle t1e Al ces netted 15 The f1nal quarter sa1v the .flhcel eup ch reed completely HOWBVGI the 111 st f1W9 1etu1ned to the game later 1n the Qe11Od to co nplete the 48 34 vlctory C 17 C1 bb t ll ed 17 po1nts to become h1gh s o GI for tl e Al1ce 11 h1le Slms 1vas h1gh Sull1 1 lr man 111t1 10 polnts VINCENNLS 42, HUNTINCBURG 37 Phe Al1ces t1a1eled to Huntlngburg Feb 1 defe1t the Happy Hunters of Huntlngburg 49 37 'lhe fl st quarter featured 1ery close play to defeat the Happy Hunters of Huntlngburg 1v1th the game t1ed at 5 and 7 However the Al ces managed to lead by a score of 13 7 at the end of the qualter In the second quarter the Al1ces pushed the1r lead to 8 polnts 1v1th the half tlme core at 22 14 The Al1ces lost the1r 1v1de lead 1n the th1rd quarte1 when the Huntlngburg qulntet started Every dog has his day Il ' 2 '3 s f 1' ' 2 1' z , ' 1 - I J ' 21 1 I 1 .1 1 '- 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I 1, 4 1 z Q 1. 1 I 1 I I I , 7 , VN , ' t ' 5 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 7 4 4 I . 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Vlncennes 1v1th ten polnts. Opell and Bateman 1 A , L. L c - , I 1. ' 1 " s ' 1 1' , I 1 ' - - . . . 1 s 1 1' 1 . I rw ' ' ' ' I 1 I - I 15 5 !I ' 3 ' L' I ' A r r 1 1 1 - 1 ' ' 1 1 ' ss - , - I . - . "1 ' I 1, 7 , 1 -A SI I ' K 1 A . 1. ' 'I -1 1 nr A 1 1 A 1 I fu , , 1 - c, . , 5 1 1' Us , 1 . -1 f . Y- ' , , I 3. 4 1 . c , . . . 1 1- I , . , , , , ' , ' ' ' , 11 :. 1, V1 , 7' 7' 'I 1 ' L I 4111 I 5 ' 1 1 . ' I.. 1 1 1. -' C1 1.1 1- A I I I X . A I 1, . 1 11 1. 1 Q ' 1,1 9 1 i 1- a ' 1 ,:"S a . ' 3 1 -- . - , . . Q - , 1 1 1 l 1 wvv v fu 5 Y A , 1 z 1 " 1 , 1.1 , . .- , - v ' 1 - ,1 11 11 - 1 ' A , , I , E1 1 11 Eb m 'Sa ' 13 1 1.,.i 1,1 Q1 , 1 4 1 1- z ' ' a 1 sf. .1 . 1 - H , - ' . - - I I II 1 1, , , 1, 1 1 11, - 1el 111 V ' 1 ' ' .. 1' 1 - . I I c A . - . . . f ' sz IR . 1' 1 I , 4 - 1 v r f' ' ' 7' U '1' 1 I c 1 1. 15 11 1 a 1' J- I 1 v 1 . V I 1 1 v ' Y 51 lc rl 1 . 1 u Q ' a 1' ' ' 1 - 2, 1 I r 1 ' I1 1 2. 1 1 71 -'3' 1 I-I-I , ' - 1 ' '- ' ' -1 ' . f. 1 1 11 ' , 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1' 1 1 ' 4 1 7 1 - , ' ,-I I ' I I , I, . I . . .' ' 1 I - I - . 1' 7' A , 4 1 1 , .' 1' I 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 . 1 .1 L 1 . , - 1 . , I, 1 I. . I . . 1 ,I , S - I , I, . I, I. - . . FCDOTBALL lng but even thls proved dlsastrous as Bob Mack lntercepted a desperatlon toss on the 25 and raced down the sldellnes to score Bowman ended the scormg by place k1ck1ng the extra po1nt SULLIVAN 25 0 The Al1ces met and conquered a scrappy Sulllvan aggregatlon 25 0 1n a hard fought con es It was not untll the mlddle of the openmg quarter that a dr1ve was started that carrled the Green and Whlte into scormg terrltory The Al1ces recovered a Sullxvan fumble on thelr own 12 and then went to the Arrows 38 where Hud son passed to Lasher who was brought down on the 3 Blg l1ne bustlng B111 Harwrck toted the ball the fmal 3 yards Hudsons attempt for the extra po1nt was no good Phe game then settled down to a puntlng duel untll the last few mmutes when Sullivan drove to the V1n cennes 7 only to be stopped by the gun endmg the flrst half In the second half the Al1ces went lnto the Sulllvan end zone three tlmes twlce on freak plays Hudson set up the only score ln the th1rd perlod when he raced 56 yards through the whole Sulllvan team to the 6 yard l1ne and from there rn 4 plays vvlth Bowman carrylng the ball over from the 1 the Al1ces lncreased then' lead to 12 to 0 The last two Allce markers were on 1nter cepted passes The flrst one resulted when Bob Scott a guard rushed mto the Sulllvan backf1eld grabbed a short pass from the grasp of a Sulllvan recelver and raced 50 yards to the goal l1ne Bowmans place k1Ck was good Then Inman caught a deflected Sulllvan pass and raced 35 yards to score BICKNELL 64 0 The Al1ces closed thelr season by massacrmg the B1cknell Bulldogs on B1cknell s home fleld 64 0 The Bulldogs klcked off and on the elghth play from scr1mmage Cannon went over from the two Hudson drop klcked the extra po1nt The Al1ces agaln scored after B1cknell had been forced to punt fa1l1ng to ga1n the neces sary yardage for a flrst down Bowman flgur ed largely 1n the march by gomg off tackle for 17 yards and on the next play pass1ng to Schultz who lateraled to Cannon the total play coverlng 21 yards and then he passed agam to Schultz th1s tlme rn the end zone Hudsons try for the extra falled There was no scormg untll the second quarter when on the flrst play of the perlod Hudson pushed h1s way over from the 4 Bowman went over for the extra po1nt The Bulldogs recelved the kxckoff and lost the ball on downs on then' own 20 From there Hudson went over on an end run A bad B1cknell punt set up the next score the Al1ces taklng over on the 39 Galns bv Jones Mack and Lanham brought the ball to the 7 where Bowman went the remalnlng dlstance through the center of the lme BASKETBALL a h1tt1ng spree The th1rd quarter score was 30 29 wlth the Al1ces barely ln the lead Early 1n the last quarter the Happy Hunters netted 3 polnts to t1e up the score at 32 all The Al1ces then used all thelr speed and went ahead to w1n the game 42 37 Unusual ln th1s game was the fact that there was no substltutlons 1n the Allce l1ne up Burd sall Lasher Hudson Carle and Foncannon made up the Green and Whxte qumtet va ho played the entxre 32 mlnutes Hlgh scoler for Vmcennes was Burdsall wlth 14 pom s XVl'l1l9 Hudson and Lasher eacn netted 10 polnts Schmldt and Blemker each made 10 markers to be high for Huntlngburg VINCENNES 35 BLOOMINGTON 27 The Al1ces stayed ln the w1n column by de featmg the Bloommgton Panthers 35 27 Feb 8 on the Bloommgton hardwood The openmg quarter featured very close play Wlth the score at the quarter belng t1ed a 7 all The game contmued to be a n1p and tuck battle t1ll the last two minutes of the flrst half The Panthers had a 14 13 lead but the Al1C8S regamed the lead on f1elders by Foncannon and Burdsall the half tlme score belng 17 14 In the last half the Al1ces steadlly lncreased then lead to corne out on the long end of the flnal 35 27 score Hmgh scorer for the Green and Whlte was Burdsall w1th 18 polnts whlle Grubb racked up 8 Lasher 4 and Foncannon 3 Hlgh men for Bloommgton were Brown and Young each wlth 9 pomts VINCENNES 37, LAWRENCEVILLE 32 By beatlng the Lawrencevllle Ind1ans for the second tlme ln the season the Al1ces added to thelr longest wmnlng streak of the season to glve a contlnuous strmg of 6 trlumphs The score was 37 32 After breaklng a 3 3 tle mld way ln the open mg perxod the Al1ces took the lead whlch they never gave up At the close of both the quarter and the half the Al1ces were ln control of the game w1th a four po1nt margln the scores belng 11 7 and 20 16 In the thlrd perlod the Vln cennes margm was lncreased to 5 when the Green and Whlte was 1n front 30 25 when the fmal perlod began It was ln the openlng mlnutes of the fourth quarter that the Ind1ans made a determlned effort to catch up and were meetlng wlth success but wlth the score readlng 30 29 the Al1ces scorlng power broke loose and w1th 5 qulck pomts thwarted all of Law rencevllle s hopes Grubb and Lasher shared the scormg honors each scormg 11 polnts Summers wlth 14 polnts was hlgh for the Ind1ans Wher all think al ke no one thunk very much 9 , A ' . 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'9 ' '9 . . , - , -9 ' . 9 9 9 .. . . , , ' 9 . , . . . . e I I , FQOTBALL A few seconds before the end of the half Schultz took a 45 yard pass from Hudson and stepped 1nto the end zone to glve the Ahces a 38 0 half tlme lead There was only one score ln the thxrd quarter when Rlchardvllle went 7 yards on an end around after some fancy runnmg by Ray Grubb brought the ball ln scormg pos1t1on The flrst Ahce score 1n the f1nal quarter came when Bowman drove over from the 4 after a 37 yard Jaunt by Hudson The last two Allce touchdowns of the game were of a pecuhar nature as llnemen went 1nto the backfleld to try to show some of thelr runnlng ab1l1ty Wlth the ball on the Bulldog 26 Foncannon varslty center went 1nto the quarterback posltlon and streaked around end and down the sldellnes mto the end zone Then a guard Warren Blx by went through the center of the l1ne from tallback pos1t1on to add the extra polnt The fmal dr1ve made by the Green Wave started on the Blcknell 47 Two tackles Murphy and Snapp reeled off galns of 27 yards and 7 yards respectively on end around plays to brmg the ball to the 13 where end Ted Rlchardvllle playlng ln the fullback pos1t1on went over to end the evenlng s scormg BASKETBALL The Ahces played thelr fmal game of the regular hardwood season at the Coliseum Feb 15 wlth Bosse of Evansvllle The game opened Wlth Butterfleld Bosse center h1tt1ng from the floor Then the Al1ces ran up a 5 2 lead but the Bulldogs were leading 6 5 at the end of the quarter In the second quarter the close play was con tlnued ln a dlsplay of fast scormg WhlCh ran up to the 20 20 half tlme score The Bulldogs tore loose 1n the thlrd quarter to outscore the Al1C8S 19 8 and ln the flnal quarter 18 8 wlth the Ahces unable to keep up wlth the terr1f1c pace set by Bosse ln the last half The flnal score showed the Bulldogs out ln front 57 36 SECTIONAL VINCENNES 57, BRUCEVILLE 30 The Ahces began thelr sectlonal play Frlday afternoon February 22 by defeatlng the Bruce Vllle Toppers The Green and Whlte were coached through the tourney by George Inman and Clarence Tolbert because of Coach Frank Conrad s sudden lllness The Al1ces took off to a qulck lead and the flrst quarter ended 14 4 Hooper the blg Brucevllle center was the only scorer for the Toppers ln the flrst quarter The Ahces pushed thelr lead to 14 pomts and the halftlme score was 28 17 The last half saw all Alxces gettmg action and scormg The Al1ces outscored the Top pers by 11 pomts ln the thlrd perlod Each qumtet scored 11 pomts ln tlge last quarter but the Al1ces were v1ctor1ous 57 30 Burdsall was hlgh for the Green and Whlte wxth 18 pomts wh1le Grubb tallled 10 pomts VINCENNES 35 EDWARDSPORT 26 The Al1ces were v1ctor1ous over the Powers of Edwardsport ln thelr second tourney game lfuday evenlng Feb 22 The flrst quarter saw the Powers battle to earn a 4 4 t1e score but the Al1ces lncreased the1r tallles to lead 11 5 at the end of the quar ter The half txme score was 20 14 wlth the Al1ces st1ll sxx pomts ln the lead However rn the flnal elght mlnutes the Ahces Increased thelr lead to 9 pomts and the game ended 35 26 Burdsall tallied 12 po1nts to be h1gh for Vln CQIIIICS VINCENNES 40 FREELANDVILLE 24 The Al1ces racked up their thlrd wln ln the tourney Saturday afternoon Feb 23 when they defeated Freelandvllle s Flghtlng Dutch The flrst perlod ended wlth the Al1ces only three pomts ln the lead but the lead margm was lncreased and the fmal score was 40 24 Vmcennes Tall Glb Bluhm Dutch center was held to only one f1eld goal by the Green and Whlte Wlth 11 pomts Burdsall was agam hlgh man for the Ahces The Ahces won thelr flrst sectlonal tourna ment ln SIX years on February 23 at the Coll seum when they defeated the Blcknell Bull dogs The flrst half featured a mp and tuck battle wlth the Al1ces managmg to front the 21 20 half tlme score In the thlrd quarter the Al1ces netted a flve lead but Menke and Fowler brought the Bull dogs back to tle the score 29 all Then Grubb and Burdsall pushed the Ahce score to 34 and the thlrd perlod ended 34 31 wlth the AllC6S stlll leadlng The flnal quarter saw Bicknell score only one fleld goal and the Ahces romped on to hand the Bulldogs a 46 33 defeat Grubb was hlgh for the Al1ces with 24 pomts Whlle Fowler led the Black and Gold with 13 pomts REGIONAL The Vlncennes Al1ces completed the basket ball season of 45 46 on the afternoon of March 2 when they lost to the exceedlngly hot Jasper hardwood club ln the second game of the reg xonal tournament at the Coliseum Because of Coach Conrad s lllness the Ahces were wonderfully handled by substltute coach es Inman and Tolbert The game opened wlth the Al1ces leading 2 1 on Lashers flelder Then the Wlldcats began an uncanny hxttmg spree Wh1Ch lasted the entlre game the flnal score bemg 49 26 Burdsall tallled 14 pomts to be hlgh polnt man for the Al1ces VINCENNES 36, BOSSE 57 VINCENNES 46, BICKNELL 33 QS I J' 'lin i g. ,Lf ' 'A ' b " . 2 Q ' " ,, , "Q , ,A . , ii as QQ " if Q 4 v x 3? 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A 4 A. 35W ,,,f v RED CROSS SPONSORS GOOD CHEER GIRLS HI Y JUNIOR AND OFFICERS GLEE CLUB AND MIXED CHORUS STUDENT ASSISTANTS CLASS SPONSORS LINCOLN PLAY SHOP BOOSTERS BAND FACULTY The faculty of Llncoln Hlgh School for the year 1945 46 IS as follows Mr Ralph Banks superlntendent Mr Roy Snyder prlnclpal Mr Wllllam Decker dean of boys MISS Nelhe Eppert dean of glrls Mlss Imo Ashley Mlss Rena J Dunn Mlss Ann Forbes MISS Elwood Mlller MISS Mary Harsha and MISS Gertrude Gelb Mlss Dorothy Walters MISS Ruth Klmmell MISS Estella Deem Mr Howard Burnett Mlss Alberta Cannon Mr George Inman Mr Wyant Baker Mr Oscar Dunn Mr Irun Marutz and Mr Emery Couts Mr Harry Smlth Mr Oscar Hertlmg M Fred Alwood Mlss Carrle Van Wey MISS Lotta Thomas MISS Ola Fay Crouch Mr Herbert Adams Mlss Jane Menefee Mlss Helen Schwartz and Mr John L Adams Mr Alfred Reel Mr Charles Brldges Mr Frank Conrad Mr Lee Albln Mlss Helen Polk MISS Juha Welch Mrs Ruby Kloss Mrs Ruth Davldson MISS Marlon Patterson and Mlss Clarena Schlegel OLD POST SENTINEL The Old Post Sentlnel was founded ln 1925 by Mary Harsha w1th the help of V L Elken berry who was prlncxpal at that t1me The successlve edltors have been Maurlce Schwartz Charles Crackel and Nancy Mattlce Mary Dorothy Johnston Culbertson Mary Allce Tawney and Gllbert Shake Matthew Welsh Davld Culbertson Alvln MCKlSS1Ck Dorothy Alsop Vance Funk Tom Groscup George Schaffer Claude Slnger Robert McCorm1ck Ralph Slmon James Snodgrass Wllllam Dues terberg Howard Brown Bruce Reep and Don Coffln Mary Patrlck Albert Roblnson and Patty Buchanan The staff for thls year IS Edltor Patty Buchanan Buslness manager Betty Grlder C1rculat1on manager D1Ck V1HC8Ht staff Fayette Hanes Maurlce Wrlght AdV6TtIS1Hg manager Betty Blerhaus staff Paul Decker J1m Campbell Ray Lewls Phll O Donnell Tom Bush Phyllls Pennlngton Marl lyn Lawson John Lyons Kay Uland John Kle meyer Wayne Moran Francls McCulloch Ed wlna Gardner Tom Wathen and Emll Dansker News edltor Clara Stangle staff Llnda Allen B111 Knauth Dlck Threlkeld Paul Mlller Dorothy Allen Josephlne Blerhaus Adrlanne Toupal and Helen McKee Feature edltor Joe Clausman staff Connle VValtz Mary Ann Ramsay Joan Young V1r g1n1a Gutterldge Sports edltor B111 Klxmlller staff Jlm Du B015 Jlm Murphy Harry Rlser Gordon Iler Jack Anderson Head edltorlal wrlter Mary Jean McCorm IC COll.lfTlI1lStS Myron Lasher Jo Anne Cross Marllyn Wlndmann Bulton Johanmngsmeler HII p cl t te Exchange editor: Suzanne Buyer. Copy edltor John Coulup Plcture edltor James Cole Head typlst Bertha McCoo1 staff Belva Fleenor Betty Ivers Norma Palmer Betty Ru mer and Mary Ellen Barmes Home Room Agents Joe Root Jlmmle Eak 1ns Don Padgett Leon Esch Mary Jo Blevlns Fleta Fox Lo1s Roblnson B111 Hauhe Wayne Moran Wllma Hartlng Floyd Stelle Patsy Davls Jane Gallagher Ruby P1I1I1lCk Adrlanne Tou pal Joyce Llenbach Barbara Falrhurst Her bert Roach Patty W1ll1ams Patty Abrell Loulse Hllton Sarah Dellmger Beverly Wat son Patty Wllles L1nda Allen Elzora Godare SENIOR SENTINEL The Semor Sentlnel was publlshed under the supervlslon of MISS Mary Harsha The buslness transactrons were dlrected by M1ss Jane Mene fee L1terary materlal was contrlbuted by Mlss Rena Dunn s Engllsh VII class The art work was supervlsed by MISS METIOH Patterson The staff of thxs year book whlch contalns a record of Senlors and the1r act1v1t1es IS composed of members of the Senlor Class J1m Campbell IS edltor of th1s year s book Other staff members are Asslstant edltor Mary Jean McCorm1ck Buslness manager Patty Buchanan C1rculat1on managers Suzanne Buyer and Betty Grlder Advertlsmg manager Dlck Vlncent staff Fayette Hanes Phyllls Pennlngton Pat Abrell Dlck Godare Tom Bush Jlm Gard D0d1e Thacker J1m Day Beverly Watson Mary Ellen Barmes M3u11CC Wrlght Dlck MCMlIl1H Feature edltor Joe Clausman staff Marllyn Wlndmann Pete Lasher Dave Hemz B111 Knauth Mary Jean McCorm1ck Betty Blerhaus Act1v1ty edxtor L1nda Allen staff D1ck Threlkeld Peggy Carter Loulse Hllton John Dunn Llterary edltor Jo Anne Cross Clara Stangle J1m DuBo1s Connie Waltz Bob Moore Sports edltors Harry Rlser Jlm Murphy Make Up edltor B111 Klxmlller Art edltors Burt Johannlngsmeler Ray Lewis Head Typ1St Betty Rumer staff Betty Iv ers Bertha McCool Marrletta Stewart Belva Fleenor Copy edltor John Coulup FOUNDATION OF AMERICA CLUB Foundatlon of Amerlca Club organlzed ln 1939 by Danlel Owens IS our schools patrlotlc club M1 A W Utterback was sponsor untll h1s death ln 1942 Then 1n SUCCQSSIOH followed 'Vlr Kensler and MISS Thomas Mr Decker and Vllss Thomas and M Burnett and Mlss Thomas At present MISS Thomas and Mr H9ltl1Hg, are co SDOHSOIS 1 - 3 - . . . - 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - . 1 I , - , . . . . 1 D 1 u 1 , , . 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This year the club has served our men in uniform by sending them the Old Post Sentinel, and Christmas greetings They presented Lo the school a walnut plaque in memory of our former students who lost their lives in the war To finance the club members sold Christmas door hangers and concessions at football games This years officers are President Bob Moore Vice President Suzanne Buyer Secre tary Betty Ann Grlder and Treasurer Darlene Cibull The membership includes Rose MRHIS Ruth Shroyer Helen Ann Fisher Sally Morgan Mary Ellen Barmes Peggy Carter Louise Hilton Anna Dukes Jo Anne Cross Inez Kay O Dell Virgmia Sanders Betty Thompson Betty Roach Ralph Howard Sueann Cisel Norma Rayburn Sally Beesley Linda Allen Harold Jones Virginia Dunham Earlene Dunkerly Lois Boellmg Mildred Purcell Daisy Bass Verna Lockhart Patty Momlnee Bobby Mallory Marjorie Kelly Mari lwn Branham Patty Thacker Evelyn Rayburn Mary McNeece Vlrglnla Peters Richard Murphy Sam LaCoste Herbert Roach Robert Marsey Hugh Westfall Bob Ross George Tolson Joan Rumer Charlene Eck hardt Norma Lee Prather Harold Pyle Harold Lee Harold Johnson Bob Pruez Arthur Wil hams Sonny Quarterman Glenn Watson Jean Updike Margaret Speth Paul Morgan Pat Salter Dorothy Lynch Gwen dolyn Cleveland Shirley Joice Joan Anderson Jean Tisdale Clara June Carle Sarah Del linger and Edith Bobe JUNIOR RED CROSS The Lincoln High Chapter of the Junior Red club is Service for others The club has had a very successful year under the direction of its Sponsor Miss Forbes and its officers Members of the club have provided entertainment for George Field Hos pital and they worked at the Good Samaritan Hospital and Red Cross Headquarters gave a Christmas party for needy children and held a Red Cross drive in Lincoln High President Sue Thorn Vice President Betty Lou Metz Secretary Peggy Alexander Treas urer Edith Vermillion Other members are Betty Alexander Lois Allen Rita Alton Carol Alvls Laura Balthus Marilyn Belcher Beverly Blagrave Mary Jo Blevins Hal Bridvu ell Mary Ellen Brldwell Jane Brown Joy Byers Anne Carter Doris Mae Chamness Norma Chesser Helen Clark Veva Clark Audrey Clifton Rita Cochrum Doris Combs Frieda Compton Rela Cram ford Patty Cunningham Imogene DeV1ne Kathryn Dodd Phyllis Downey Gwendolyn Dukes Martha Elkins Helen Evans Barbara Falrhurst Rena Faith Belxa Fleen or Fleta Fox Peggy Fredrick Janice Fraxel C th ll t t Viola Gilbert, Betty Jean Glass, Dorothy Good- win Ellen Gross Joann Salter Marlnelle Harris Marion Hatton Barbara Helderman Betty Hilsmier Dorothy Hodge Barbara Hunsdon Kathryn Hutchesln Betty Lou Ivers Lillian Jones Roblna Jones Mary Kelso Barbar Kensler Virginia King Helen Kramer Joyce Lelnback Anita Like Joann Limback Martlanna Loudermilk Patrlcla Manhart Mickey Martindale Betty Mathews Betty Ann Miller Betty Lou Moore Frances Murphy Diana Nightingale Patty Prout Rosalie Prout Verna Pyle Norma Ramsey Eunice Raney Earlme Rodg ers Barbara Roellgen Joan Shake Irma Shap pard Nellie Shappard Jacqueline Snapp Peggy Snapp Darlene Spore Thelma Spurgeon Betty Ann Sutton Betty Thomas Neva Thompson Kay Uland Marilyn Vollmer Patty Walker Jonnie Lee Welton Arista Whitfield Jeannene Wikle Norma Wilkes Pat W1DtBFS Ruth Wirth Dorothy Wessel Jean Yunghans Pat Padgett Alice Mack Loretta Parrish Marilyn Mahren holz SPONSORS CLUB The Sponsors Club IS composed of girls chosen by the club with the aid of their sponsor Miss Eppert They are chosen for their charac ter scholarship and personality It IS the duty of the Sponsors to help the Freshman girls in any way possible Each year an outstanding Freshman girl is chosen by the Club with rec ommendfvtlons by the faculty and the Dean of Girls Miss Eppert The officers for this year are Presldent Clara Stangle Vice President Suzanne Buyer Secretary Mary Ann Ramsay Treasurer De lore Thacker The other members are Peggy Alexander Dorothy Allen Linda Allen Josephine Bler haus Lois Boellmg Mary Ellen Bridwell Peggv Carter Doris Combs Joan Cross Martha Cun nlngham Sarah Dellinger Imogene Devine Kathryn Dodd Joan Grubb Virginia Gutterldge Joan Halter Barbara Hunsdon Joan Jordan Rob erta Klrchoff Marilyn Lawson Helen McKee Mary Jean McCormick Rose Manls Patsy Manuel Patsy N1Ch0lS Shirley Sheppard Sue Thorne Adrienne Toupal GOOD CHEER The Good Cheer Club is sponsored by Miss Helen Schwartz It IS a charitable organization and its most important duty is sending cards to ill or bereax ed students Norma Rayburn was President of the club during the first half of the year She was sue ceeded by Norma Palmer who was then the Vice President Other officers are Secretary Edith Jo Hobbs Treasurei Rena Faith ' Q Y Y Y I . . . , , ' ' Y Y Y , . . , . . , . . . . , , , . l . , Q . . . . . . - , 1 1 . , , . , , . . . ' 1 1 1 1 Y Y Y ' ' I , f . 1 1 1 1 1 ' . ' . . ' , , , - . 1 1 Y 1 1 ' 7 ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 " Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ' Y ' I Y Y , , . - , , . . , . 7 7 , . 1 1 1 ' , 1 , , , . . . - u Y ' , u 1 , . . . o Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 1 1 1 ' ' ' - , . 1 1 ' Y, Y Y Y 1 1 1 ' ' ' . . 1 ' - , 7 7 ' 4' . ' . ' . ' - - 1 ' Y Y ' , , - , . 1 - 0 1 " f Y L ' . . , ' ' Z , Cross was founded ln 1929. The motto of the -I ' 'U ' ' ' ' . U . H K . , - . ' Y Y S . , . 0 u , l . . - - A Y Y ' 'Y Y Y D , , L L , I . , ' , . . . . . , 4' 1 1 , . ' 1 1 1 ' Y ' 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 , .- , . Y l ' , 1 1 I I , ' . ' ' v A . K Y K Y Y 1 , . . 1 1 1 , , , n 9 , V . 1 1 . , ' ' . . ' , , L L L 1 K 1 1 . ' ' l ' 1 1 . 1 ' ' ' ' V i . . . . S7 1 I' I . 1 , , y . S' .1 . I Y K Y Y' I-I . - 1 s1 s- 1 A , , 1 1 I ' ' S . S I s Uv, ' - v , . . . . Y Y Y Y L 1 N y u onscience- e sma voice ha makes you feel still smaller. Othel l'l19IT1b61S ale Dalsy Blss Sally Bees ley Clara Car1e Maxlne Ca111e Ann Carte1 Sueanne fIS6l Rela Crawford Pattv Cunnmg ham Norma Dale Phyllss Downey Cwendolyn Dukes Helen F1she1 Belxa Flee P01 Mary Catherlne George Leta Goodwln Glenda Gulley Mary Haaff Ruth Hartzbulg Betty I1 ers Barbala Kensler Ellzlbeth Klmmons Margaret Lacy Balbara Lahr Lella Lane Georgeann Lawless Martha Lelrrbach Verna Lockhart Betty Mathews Mary McNeece Carmen Me1r Patty MOIHIHGQ V1rg1n1a Peters Wanda Pmkstaff Patty Prultt Evelyn Rayburn Betty Roach Patty Salter Betty Sanneman Maxlne Sanneman Irma Shappald Betty Thompson Joan Thorne Kay Uland Jonnle Welton Glenabell Wheeler Norma Wxlkes Norma Ramsey Jackle Snapp Mary Hale Jean Bledsoe GIRLS HI Y The Glrls H1 Y was founded ln 1923 by Mrs Thomas Coulter and Mr Harry Rlser It has been known formerly as Blue Trlangle Club but the name was off1c1a1ly changed to Glrls H1 Y Women s Aux111ary and holds 1ts regular meet mgs every Tuesday The motto of thls club IS To create promote and ma1nta1n a hlgh standard of Chrlstlan char acter ln the school and throughout the com munlty The offlcers for thls year are Presldent Delores Thacker 1st VICE Presldent Patty Buchanan 2nd Vlce Presldent Llnda Allen Secretary Betty Grlder Treasurer W1lma Har ker Sergeant at arms Patty Salter Other members are Sueann C1sel Rena Faith Glenda Gulley Fayette Hanes Edlth Jo Hobbs Patsy Manhart Bertha McCool Inez O Dell Norma Rayburn Conn1e Waltz Beverly Watson Arlsta Whltfleld Marllyn Wlndmann Betty Thompson Norma Palmer Mary Jo Blevms Darlene Clbull Dorls Combs Martha Cunnlngham Kathryn Dodd Imogene DeV1ne Sarah Delllnger Janlce Fravel Joan Halter Barbara Helderman Bar bara Hunsdon Mary Hull LaVaughn LaMar Marllyn Lawson Pat Leach Vlrglnla Llndloff Rose Mams Pat Manuel Betty Mattliivss Betty Meyers Patsy Nlchols Jane Prather Mary Ann Ramsey Norma Ram sey Lols RODIHSOH V1rg1n1a Sanders Marg1e Shroyer Ruth Shroyer Jacquelme Snapp Donna Wrlght and Joan Young GLEE CLUB AND MIXED CHORUS The Glee Club and Chorus have a dellghtful new sponsor th1s year Mrs Ruby Mae Kloss Carol Moon and Nadlne Adams are acompan IS s Both clubs are qu1te popular They have sung for school assembly and done several speclal programs outslde of school In May they carly on then 11l3.d1t1011 by slnglng at Bac czlaureate and C laduatlon EXQTCISGS Thls year the membelshlp IS Nadlne Adams Sally Beesley Mary Jo Blevms Joy Byers Nlyrtle Dunbar Nancy Frey Mary K Gedege C lenda Gulley Wilma Harker Loretta Helder man Edlth Jo Hobbs Carolyn Hutcheson Helen Krame1 Maltha Lelnback Verna Lockhart Jickle Longest Bobble Mallory Betty Mlller lat Mommee Carol Moon VIFHIHIA Peter Mary Lou Roudebush Rlta Ann Roudebush Glenna Small Bertha Stem Bonnle Swope Betty Sulllvan Clara Sutton Pat lhacker Pat Walker Mary Conn1e Waltz Jonme Wel ton Ruth Welton Pat Wllllams A11ce Wheeler Betty Jones B111 Edwards Leon Esch James Laldle Eldon Murray Tommy Rlddle Robert Anspach and Melvln Wysong STUDENT ASSISTANTS The Student ASS1StaHtS are almost lndlspens able 1n aldmg the teachers and prmclpal save thelr valuable tlme L1br'1ry Asslstants Mary Lou Roudebush Patsy Manhart Marmelle Harris LaVaughn LaMar Peggy Carter and Loulse Hllton Offlce Asslstants Delores Thacker D1ck Inman Myron Lasher Arlsta Whltfleld Jlm Rlsch Carol Moon Ronald Domroese Phll ODonnell Fayette Hanes Loxs Boelllng Pa tr1c1a Manhart Athletlc OfflC6 Darlene Clbull Patsy Nlch ols Arlsta Whltfleld Roberta Klrchoff Fleta Fox Ruth Claycomb Maurlce Wrlght D1ck Beesley LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL BAND The Llncoln Hlgh School Band dlrected by Mr O L Dunn slnce 1922 has acted as a ser v1ce organlzatlon playmg for convocatlon and pep sesslons The band has also paI'tlClp3t6d ln patrlotlc programs Besldes playmg at all home football and basketball games the band has made several trlps whlch had been dlscontlnued for the past war years The personel 1S as follows Clarmets Norma Anderson Mary Loulse Bell Donald Bell Sallle Bruce Robert Couts Rose Marle Dralme Bllly Eskew Robert Grumleaux Jacquelme Hocker Nancy Johnson Barbara Lewls Phoebe Nance Robert Smlth Conn1e Waltz Cornets Gene Bathe Barbara Crowley W1lma Harker W1l11am Kutter Bob Lukens Paul Mlller Bob Weathers Maurlce Wedel Barltones Earl Cruiser Lols Marle Kaughn Helen Petts Basses Gary Dehls B111 Edwards Robert Engle Bob Shlpley George Smlth Trombones W1lma Allega John Coulup Ud21Jeanne Frey Mary McCool Carolyn Wag ner, Donna Wrlght Few of ua can ntand prosperity that is, another man's . . 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 1- 1 . ' . . ' ' 1' ' . . . 1. . . , . V - v v . . Q.. Q ' , H . . 1 1 1 1 c 1 . w w' - 1 . . . K J K 1 1 . 7' -I S I 2 1 ' 1 1 ' ' , A , . I . n ' I' , S, , I ' ., .' ', ' - X' 11 I 1 ' 1 . ', , , ' 1 1 ' W 1 1 4 rs ' . 1 1 , 1 . S . Q, . K , 4 ' ' ' L , 1' , 1 .1 4 1 1 - y 1 . 2 1 T 11 1 1 1 1 1 'Y 1 3 I . I , 1 "1 . . . , I . n ' S . 1 - , 1 - I - . . . . X , , , 1 K 1 ' ' 1 ' ' 7 7 , K 1 1 1 V W 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' , . . . w . 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 D , ' , ' 1 1 1 -' 1 ' L , , 9 7 , 1 ' , Y .- . , .- . Y Q Q 0 . ' K L- . ' . r , K , u . . . , . - . ' ' 11 ' d 11 h ' ' z ' , . . 'fhlb Year- Thls CIU 15 SDOUSOTQ Y t 9 Beverly Watson, Rena Falth, Glenda Klmmell, 1 - - ' . . , 1 1 1 ' ' 44 .' . ' ' . l u 0 l ,D Al : , , 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 -11 , .1 . - , . . Y A, Y I I , . 9 . . . , Z I 9 I - ' , ' , ' 1 U 1 1 , , Y Y 7 1 1 ' ' 1 ' , 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . . . 1 1 ' 1 , , I I 0 1 - 1 1 ' 1 , , -. . , . . . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , . . , , . I Y . . . . - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . . . - 1 1 . . . . . H . ,, . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . ' 1 ' 1 1 . . . 1 1 1 I 1 1 ' , ' 1 1 1 - - . . t - : 1 1 ' . 1 1 - . . ' ' 1 1 . . ' ' 1 ' Horns Helen Downen John Dunn, Lewls Klrk Martha Shoemaker Saxophones Mary Llnd Clarke Phyllls Huns don Jo Ann McConnell Shlrley Murphy J Anne O Nell Jane Prather Joe Shroyer Barb ara Yates Bassoon Bertha McCool Oboes Anna Merchant Sarah Orcutt Flute Margaret Shroyer Drums Jed Blerhaus John Dawson Rlchard Ertel Ray Sparenberg Jr Donald Snyder Blll Vanwey Vocallst Allce Wheeler Drum Malorettes Joy McCoy Ildageanne Frey Sarah Orcutt Kay Uland LINCOLN PLAY SHOP The Llncoln Play Shop was founded IU 1928 Its purpose IS to produce plays and promote dramatlc lnterest Two large plays are pre sented each year Best Foot Forward and AFSBHIC and Old Lace were the two chosen for thls year The offlcers for thls year are Presldent Mary Jean MCCOTmlCk YVICQ Presldent Sue Buyer Secretary Jo Ann Cross Treasurer Patsy Nlchols Hlstorlan Blll Edwards Serg eant at arms Dana Nance MISS Mlller and Mr Alwood are the sponsors of the club The Play Shop IS composed of members and heelers who become members after a perlod t probatlon Members are Dorothy Allen Patty Buchanan Darlene Clbull Frelda Comp ton Ellen Gross Vlrglnla Gutterldge James Lukens Dlck McM1ll1n Blll Mlcheal Eldon Murray Betty Meyers Dana Nance Norma Prather Adrlanne Toupal Bob Weathers Bob Wllllams Clark Bernard Edwards Janlce Fravel Jlm Gard Patty Glllesple Betty Hllsmeler Pete Lasher Blll Nunley Ted Rlchardvllle Harry Rlser Nelson Van Fleet Beryl Murray Betty Blerhaus Dlane Gowdy BOOSTERS CLUB The Boosters Club was organlzed IH 1936 for the purpose of boostlng school actlvltles It sponsors pep SESSIONS throughout the athletlc season The offlcers for thls year are Presl dent Dlck Godare VICE Presldent Horace Foncannon Secretary D0d19 Thacker Treasurer Jlm Day Other members ale Patty Buchanan Beftv Blerhaus Jo Ann Cross Fayette Hanes Mary Jean McCormlck Marllyn Wlndmann Jlm Card BGVQIIY Watson Darlene Clbull Jlm Cannon Dlck McM1ll1n Rose Manls Dale Hudson Tom Ryan Mary Ann Ramsey Mary Frances Welton Joe Summers Jack Waters Peggy Staley Bonnle Swope Annc Wallace Mary Ellen Brldwell Dorothy Allen Edwma Gardner Vlrglnla Gutterldge Patsy Davls Joan Crubb Mary Lou MclVIlllln Dorothy Stanhope Mlckey Martlndale Patty Thacker, Blll Hauhe, Jlm Hendershot, Dorls Combs Imogene DeV1ne Fleta Fox Patsy Nlchols Arnold Bowman Bob Mack Phll O Donnell Vllglnla Llndloff Bob Flory Bob Wessell Myron Lasher Carol Moon Jlm Rlsch LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA The Llncoln Hlgh School Orchestra for the past three years has been under the dlrectlon ol Mr O L Dunn and has played for com mencement GXQICISCS and convocatlon The members of the orchestra are as follows Plano Rlchard Ertel Vlollns John Cary Nolma Sue Fremder Nancy Hawklns LaVaughn LaMar Joe Sum mers John Coulup Vlola Allce Wheeler Cellos Carol Moon Barbara Lewls Basses Donald Bell John Dunn Flute Margaret Shroyer Oboe Sarah Orcutt Clarlnets Mary Loulse Bell Robert Smlth Saxophones Shlrley Murphy Barbara Yates Bassoon Bertha McCool Trumpets Paul Mlller Wllma Harker Horn LEWIS Klrk Trombones Ed Eltel Donna Wrlght Drums Blll Vanwey HIY The Hl Y Club was organlzed ln 1915 by Harry Rlser and Harry Jenklns Its 3CtIV1tIeS are now under the supervlslon of Harry Jen kms The club s motto IS To create promote and malntaln a hlgh standard of Chrlstlan character ln the school and through the communlty The club has had a very successful year under dent Horace Foncannon lst V106 Presldent Dlck Godare 2nd V166 Presldent Gordon Iler Secretary Bob Moore Treasurer Jlm Gard Sergeant at arms Jlm Day Chaplaln Phll ODonnell Head Holder Warren Blxby Yell Leader Other members are Perry Andrews Ken neth Blagrave Kenneth Burnsworth Bob Chansler Tom Cooper Hugh Craton Bob Engle Ralph Howard James Lukens John Lyons Dlck MCMIIIIH Wallace Reeves Tom Ryan Paul Schultz Bob Stalcup Bob Smlth Norman Snapp Bob Theobald Dlck Walker Dlck Wampler Ralph Welton Dlck Wlllmore Dlck Watson V MEN S CLUB The V Men s Club was organlzed durlng the fall semester of the 1944 45 school year ulth George Inman as sponsor and IS composed of athletlc lettermen Soon after IS organlzatlon the club lnxlted Frank Conrad to become co sponsor At the flrst meetlng It was dCCld6d that the club was to be a serx ICG organlzatlon and thls has been carrled out as the V Men have acted as trafflc guldes on the blcycle court Enthus G I l K t burn dro n I Ale cl e Dum : , Q n , u . Y 1 Y . ' ' F . - Q I l - . , y , 1 Y 0 . . . . ' . ' ' , , , - 1 I 1 i 1 7 Y ' . . : , . . . 7 : f . , - - . ' ' 1 I . l I, . , 1 . , . , , - 1 1 -1 Y ' , - I 2 o ' . . 0 1 . 2 , - l 1 1 ' c I , , , . 1 1 , . - ' I , . - I 1 , . . . - 3 , L1 ,Y : 1 I . . . .w . u ' 77 I , . - . , . I . , . . , . . . . . . - . , , . , , l . . 1 1 1 ' 1 , , - ' . ' ' ' 1 . - I . 1 ' I I , I , , . . ' 1 . D. 5 l - - , . I - . I . , U 11 ' '- l ' K Y L u 1 n 0 O . , n 1 . 1 1 ' , - 1 1 1 ' ' . . . . . 1 ' . H 1 1 1 . . . ' . ' . ' . u u 1 1 1 ' 7 7 ' H ,, ' . . . I . . The heelers are. Warren Blxby, Veva the followlng offlcers. Harry RISGF, Jr., Presl- 1 1 1 1 ' w 1 . . . . H ,, . . . . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . . . 0 . . r Y 7 ' ' 7 Y Y 7 v . . . . . . 1 1 1 r ' ' 1 1 1 - . . , . . 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 , . . . I . y ' Y, . . I r I I I , I , I' I' Y I . - 1 1 1 I I I I I'I r T y , I I . ' I . I . ' , , L , ' ' - Y ' 1 1 1 , at ' 97 , - 1 1 1 , , . K , D . . Y Y 'P . ' 1 ' I , . 1 L , ' ,l ' 9 . , 1 . 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 - ' ' ' u y - 7. . I . I L ' 7 , . Y Y Y , 1 1 , y 1 1 1 r ' - . 7 ' x s Q X . , ' - I . . 1 1 ' , , r , 1 .' , 'x . , I . , . A , - . , - 1 I K' . - rea is ru Il, fire canno , n water w 't -- xan r as. iasm has been added to all of the pep sessions by the Y-Men cheering section. " 1 "'ic'ers ' 1 2 1re's z '2 as fol o 'sz ren 'lixryg and Secre ary-'l'reasure1', Jim 'an- ll Jll. Jack Anderson, Owis Burdsall, Roy Dona- - lllll IIIIII-III nlllllllllll lFl75l:l'53lIlIIIllIiI" ll ll ll I-ll i Ill! l I III: Q 0 viii, .lim Dul-Bois, Ray Eaton, Dale Evans, Hor- :zce lforcarrrrorr. Jim Gard. Jack Goodman. Cl-wrl' Grubb, Alfred Hoffman, Dale Hud- Q1,, 'rk Inrnan. George Lanham. Rob Mi r, Vesident H'll Hz 'W' k' Yice-I resident, I2 '- fob HUGE .ie'1r1e Ras" , Ted Richardville, Pau 'chut'f. ck r1lC0llt, . jron ,2l.'l'lCl', anc James Murphy. -!II-.:::::::llllIllllllllll' n l::::...--:DIA-ll..---III-I Illllllulllllllf 'llllllllunun-.-In n "lllIullll lllllll-llll I--ll:u ' "-:,-ul. :5g:::'-L::::::: ki H :ii VHS vi SENIOR STATIJTICS The senior poll for 1946 has been taken and here are the results The seniors have chosen the boy and glll yn 1th the best personalities The boy chosen was Dick Codare followed by Har ry Riser Ted Rrchardxrlle and Jim Gard The girl was Patty Buchanan followed by Mary Jean McCormick Delores Thacker Teeny Nlutchmore and Clara Stangle The seniors chose Jim Murphy as the Ideal Senior Boy and Patty Buchanan as the Ideal Senior Girl Runner Ups for the boys were Pete Lasher Ted Rrchardxille and Jim Camp bell Runner bps for the g1rl sn ere Mary Jean NIcCorm1ck Delores 'Inacker and Suzanne Buyer Miss Harsha was chosen as the faxorrte teacher oxer Miss Nlenefee who ran a close second by two xotes Miss Dunn came rn third rn this poll The fax Ollte man teacher among the senlors ls John L Adams followed by George Inman The faxorrte expressions of the senior class are That s xx orse yet Hubba Hubba and Are you krddrn Harry Riser was xoted the most likely to suc ceed urth a rote of 14 Patty Buch nan fol lou ed xi 1th 11 xotes Noticed in this poll 11 as tl e fact that a large part of the class xoted for themselx es The fax orrte food of the senior class is tried chicken and steak The fax o11te sport ls any kind of ball ll 11 1 1 1 X lt o an mcn 1 irc xx m DI, He I1 . 1 ll IC . ll ll 1 . . I t CJ I th lco ' l A 9 l D1 X 1 Nlx I s l I . II"2....:':::l:::"""' .,..,.,,, g -I--13 -1 - I I Ill-:" ..- ::::.: ri2:Z:2:l: 1-- .- -u.lH::-2 :lu :Il ' - ., '-"- UZZUI r I' . .nqg llll l ' " :r ' Inu! un --. Q :IL Sll ' Ill. -llihu . 1 ll QIII ll I I! n 5 Sl 1- fi 4 T.. 7. L x . . nf 1 Lv . I Y - 71. 1 I . Y ' V l ,, C6 Y! Y Y l 1 Y A , . A 7 v. 7 . - ' ' . 1 , ' ' . -I Y ri. A Sr' . ' '. Y v y , , ., v . , ac ri V , ,kkvr 4: K I H K c . . . , , an , , ' ' yn V ' 'i ' rv I .S ' 1 I . , . . . CLASS PROPHECY The magmflcence of the f8StlVlt18S of old V1n cennes Indiana has occupled the spotllght of the natlon th1s week of September 10 1966 for thls pleasant thI'1V1I'lg llttle Clty of 30 000 has glven a grand homecomlng for the most outstandmg smgle hlgh school graduatmg class the world has ever seen Never before has a school produced students of such lntelllgence 1nd1v1dual1ty and 1n1t1at1ve that thelr efforts for success have resounded all over the globe Now thlS week the Class of 1946 has come home and blessed falr Vlncennes wlth such a dlsplay of talent and good Wlll that that frlend ly c1ty can bearly contam ltself Vlncennes knows how to gxve a party and Vlncennes knows how to F3136 good people Walk through the gay streets Wlth me and allow me to show you the successful outcome of those students who average as they d1d seem are now an example for anyone to follow Walklng across Flfth and Maln IS that versa tlle comedlan of dance and muslc BURT JO HANNINGSMEIER The tall handsome man beside hlm IS TED RICHARDVILLE drummer the year The Stork Club IS truly 1n the upper brackets slnce featurmg hlm Speaklng of the Stork Club a bevy of 46ers NORMA PALMER WILLETTA MUTCHMORE ILDA JEANNE FREY and BETTY LEVERON are chorus g1rls there nlghtly Thls IS a flne day here 1n Vlncennes warm and just the rlght amount of breeze Dld I reeze'7 Look at those New York career MARY LOUISE BELL careemng around that wmdy Bank Bulldlng corner What a beau tl ful Bulck Do you recognlze the dr1ver'7 Of course 1ts RAY LEWIS asslst ant productlon manager of General Motors I the car beslde hlm IS RODNEY BROWN the sensatlon of the Star Dude Ranch 1n Arlzona You know the tall sllent type Here we are at one of the 46ers faxorlte hang outs DUCSIIGS There slts some of the store s old patrons My tlme has wrought some changes ln them How d1gn1f1ed they look Chlcago s leadmg bankers JOHN DUNN JOHN COULUP and DAVID HEINZ appar ently are deeply concerned 1n some busmess deal In the booth behlnd them are Mr and Mrs HARWICK IDOROTHY LYNCH! deeply engrossed ln conversatlon Whlle slppmg cokes Wow' What a 11st of celebr1t1es are ln the back booth GODARE and GARD r1val sports commentators seem to be havlng a flery argu ment PETE LASHER and JIM CANNON Jolnt managers of the Sunnyfleld Oatmeal Com pany are gettxng qulte a klck over the verbal battle ln SGSSIOH Soon as I pay the bxll let s go see who s the motorcycles are that are out IH front Oh yes they are the champlons KENNY BLAGRAVE RAY CATT WAYNE FINKE and PAUL SCHULTZ The Homecommg welcome begms at 2 00 o clock at Gregg Park We have fxfteen minutes to make It 1n The town looks pretty much the same There s KATHLEEN CRAW FORD HILDA DRIEMAN BELVA FLEENOR and HELEN ANN FISHER on thelr way to the park I understand they are expert reclpe test ers for the Dletetlcs Assoclatlon Here we are at the park The crowd IS huge Looklng ox er my program I see that JIM MUR PHY New York broker IS to be Master of Cer emomes and PATTY BUCHANAN famed lab oratory technlclan w1ll dellver a welcome SUEANN CISEL w1ll render a lullaby and HARRY RISER famed New York crlmlnal law yer wlll dellver the address Rlser also has stock ln xauous theatre compan1es and It IS rumored he w1ll star ln a forthcomlng produc tlon durlng his vacatlon Short talks w1ll also be gn en by AL HOFFMAN BOB CARIE OR VIS BURDSALL and ART BOWMAN Artlc explorers and RENA FAITH LOUISE HILT BETTY ON GEORGIANN LAWLESS and METZ vaudevllle troupers Whlle the program IS proceedmg Ill polnt out to you sex eral of the 46 ers Slttlng about us T th left are three C1nc1nnat1 glass manufac o e turers RALPH HOWARD JIM COLE.h and ow JIM DUBOIS At the end of the seven r ln the mlddle sectlon are PAT ABRELL and JO ANNE CROSS Jolnt owners of a small town mldwestern hospltal project whlch through lts I and successful operatlon IS galnlng orlgma much recognltlon rn the medlcal world them are SALLY BEESI FY MARY BARMES AUDREY CLIFTON LETA GOOD WIN and BETTY THOMPSON a staff of surg IC I nurses at Barnes Hospltal ln St Louls D rectly 1n back of us two rows IS Dr PEGGY h ton D C d th her are government workers a t Clapltbl NORMA RAYBURN DARLENE RFITMEYER and RITA ROUDEBUSH The rogram IS over now Let s go up town I3 agaln and new more of these outstandlng 46 ers That convertable Job duxen by the former 'UE BUYER IS really smooth Sue S golden dream of youth IS true and 1966 flnds her mar rled to a b1ll1ona1re and among the ellte Of Boston There s the Canteen There seemS to be QLIIIQ a Jam sesslon Isee Mr and Mrs CLARK GRUBB QPHYLLIS PENNINGTONJ talklng I the corner BETTY GRIDER the serlous y m surefooted Alps mountam cllmber IS lmmensely GHT, enjoylng a Joke made by MAURICE WRI SLIDCYXISOI' of the largest toothplck company 1n the world One of Earl Carrols favorltes GLENNA SMALL IS danclng wlth an old class mate WALLY REEVE who IS supervlsor of all the D S Mall trucks JIM BRASSEUR JOE CLAUSMAN, and BOB MOORE wardens of the State Pemten txary are shootlng a game ot pool at the mo ment RAY EATON and MARILYN WIND MANN Eaton are battlmg ln a game fo pmg pong whlle thelr twlns Jlmmy and Joy spur them on w1th thelr enthuslasm Professors of math at the Unlverslty of South ern Cahfornla DICK THRELKELD and BILL KNAUTH are competmg to solve the problem of how to w1n at checkers THOMAS BUSH 9 9 ' 7 , 1 I 1 , . . - - . ' . 1 1 1 1 , : ' . ' 1 1 ' v - 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 , , 9 - , 1 1 , - . 1 1 y ' , . 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ! 9 . . - 1 1 , ' I ' . 7 . 1 1 , 1 1 1 . Y - ' Y 1 I . . 7 Q ! .- . L , y 1 . , Q - L , 1 1 , . I v , ., - ' P ' 7 . v , . . I - 1, 9 9 . , A 9 - ' ' ! KJ , , . ru L , 1 1 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1 ' I ' 1 a D . . ... A , . . . I . . i , 3 - . . . , l .9 - . - say b . 2' . . , ' ' U gms, GLENDA GULLEY, EDITH Hoses, and CARTER, brain Specialist in Was ing , ,I ,, . . . ' 1' , I t "he - 1- 1 . . T 1 . -1- 1 . . . , . , . - L I , I l ,L . Il . ' v- K ' . i is 1 , M . n ' - .' , 9 9 - I ' 7 I , Y . .. I . 1 -1 . , . I - , . . 1 , . . L. K 1 , S r A , , , ' ' 9 . S K 7 y , , . 1 . 1 I ' . ' ' ' ' ' . 9 1 1 , A u v 1 1 1 1 Y . ' . . . i .L . . . V L 1 , . ' 1 ' . 1 1 . I , . . - , I I . , v 9 1 1 , Y ' , . . . E , D . 1 - ' 1 J ' ' ' - 9 1 . ' 9 v ' , , . - , , , 1 1 1 1 , 7 1 , . , 7 1 . , 1 - - . . I , . , , v ' - 1 I , , JOHN DAWSON and VIRGIL ROSE three at omlzers who have figured ln the news of late are converslng among themselves I belleve we ve seen most of the hlghllghts at the canteen We ll take leave and vlslt another old hangout Kramers Drug Store Here at Kramers I recognlze BERNIE EDWARDS the pharmacist fllllng a prescrlptlon for LINDA ALLEN, speclallst ln the fleld of archeology VIRGINIA SANDERS rockette of Radlo Clty IS executlng a new speclallty step for RUTH ANN WELTON who IS plannlng to Joln her colonel husband who was recently trans lerred to Randolph Field Texas I see that HELEN MAE CLARK ANNA KATHRYN DUKES NORMA SUE FREMDER BETTY MAE HUGHES, and VERA OWENS reporters for the New York Times are enloylng Kramer s speclallty banana spllts In speaklng of where the Class of 46 went for nourlshment after thelr Sunday nlght dates I must not forget to tell you of our drlve ln the Tlck Tock Let s go and see what business the Tlck Tock IS havmg now No doubt many of these famous 46 ers are slpplng cokes and e t lng barb ba cues In that black Chevrolet lb the Phlladelphla prlnter DICK VINCENT, and his Wlfe FAYETTE HANES Vlncent DER ALD HEDDEN Chicago broker and JIM DAY blg Wlg of an excavatlng corporatlon are order lng chocolate malts for her novelty book shop ln Whlch she spec lallzed the sale of humorous books of all types IS here at the drlve ln wlth a graduate of her class MARY MARGARET SPETH of the Amerlcan Home staff BOB STODGHILL and GENE BATHE, manu facturers of hellocopters are ln a company car pourlng over some new blueprints If we leave now we ll be m tlme for the trlp on the excursion boat down the Wabash Its nlce to have a televlslon radlo ln the car that we can llsten to on the way to the Wabash Here s a good program My gosh we re tuned ln on GLENDOLYN CLEVELAND JOAN THORNE and BETTY LOU IVERS the Torch Trlo The announcer of thls statlon IS JOHN O BRIEN We have arrlved at the beautlful Wabash Thls excursion IS the roundup of our celebra tlon The whole Class of 46 IS here However there were some 46 ers who couldn t get away BETTY LOU RUMER, superlntendent of the clty schools of Los Angeles was unable to leave her presslng dutles WILMA HARKER BET TY HUDSON RUTH ANN KENDLE ALICE LIVINGSTON BETTY McCLELLAN, and BER THA McCOOL were unable to come because thelr plans for new types of hothouses IS de malTd1ng their sole attentlon FRANK BAKER IS on a South Amerlcan tour and BOB BAUER IS travellng to darkest Afrlca to hunt wlld game JOHN CARIE IS dolng lm portant research for the Walt Dlsney Corpora tlon ln Hollywood and ROY DONOVAN IS help lng to establlsh an lmportant fuellng base at the South Pole The excurslon promlses to be lnterestlng It s qulte flttlng to llsten to that favorlte of songs On the Banks of the Wabash we drlft along JIM CAMPBELL well known lecturer and PAUL PRESTON forest ranger are playlng shuffleboard BETTY BIERHAUS head of a new plan for corporated chlldren s nurserles IS playlng the phonograph and MARY JEAN Mc CORMICK movle crltlc IS readlng a best sell er DELORES THACKER fashionable clothes deslgner and CLARA STANGLE chemlst re search expert are readlng the latest ISSUE of Charm Super saleswomen of Avon Mosmetlcs Pro ducts BETTY MATHEWS SALLY MORGAN LAVON PENNICK BETTY ROACH VIRGIN IA STALEY DORIS THOMPSON, and BETTY WALKER, are swlmmlng ln the lnslde pool of the shlp Also ln the pool are CONNIE WALTZ, champion of women ln archery BEV ERLEY WATSON buyer for Glmbel s ln New York ARISTA WHITFIELD, llbrarlan ln the largest Carnegie llbrary ln the world MAXINE SANNEMAN author of a popular book on etl quette EDITH VERMILLION soclal worker RALPH WESTFALL offlclal of Madlson Square Garden BILL VANWEY, oll magnate and JIM WHEATLEY, shipper ln from the har bor of Boston are dlvlng from the hlgh boards LESTER SHIRLEY, expert ln the fleld of radlo mechanlcs and BOB SMITH physlclst are standlng agalnst the rail and conversing JACK SMITH Dodge manufacturer DICK McMILLIN Kawoodle plpe dealer are playlng a game of poker BILL KIXMILLER, famed sports Journallst IS speaklng to a group of people of whom I rec ognlze JOHN KOTTER and JOHN MEYER hunters BOB EDWARDS, expedltor of a Du Pont plant DON MILLER, explorer LEROY DONOVAN, naturallst MARY LIND CLARK Powers model PATSY MANHART soclety wrlter of the Chicago Dally News MARIE MURPHY, owner of a chaln of grocerles BIL LIE JO NANCE famous artlst INEZ O DELL bookkeeper Also I see WANDA PINKSTAFF JANE PRATHER, and BETTY PROUT, legal secretarles MARIETTA STEWART, photographer taklng pictures of the Wabash wlth her new Super Speed Movle Camera DANNY THOMP SON road constructor NORMAN WALKER manager of a bus llne JOE WETZEL owner of an elevator Cgralnj and WINDY WALKER stunt rlder for Rlngllng Brothers and JOE VIECK, weather reporter are lounglng on deck JACK WILSON speedway racer and BILL WOODS flreman are playlng darts OWEN THERIAC yacht designer and CHARLES RANEY owner of a dalry chaln ln WISCOHSID are harmonlzlng an old favorlte GEORGETTA DUNHAM, harplst MARY LOU SWETTENAM New Orleans resort own er and NORMA UPDIKE, representatlve of Nylon products are readlng the afternoon pa pers Wlth thls scene of the famous 46 ers and beautlful VIHCCHHES Pm sure all of you readers wlll remember Wlth awe thls outstandlng class - 1 u t 1 ' U . H as I . Y I - 1 ' - - I - ' . 7 , , 1 1 Y . I , , I I 1 1 , 1 ' , I I I I I , Y - . . . . 1 1 , ' . . ' n , ' I I I , I I , - , . - , I I I I , 1 . Q , I - 0 - ' ' 1 1 9 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 , . - I . , I . , . ' . .l . ' y - ' 1 . , . . . . , I I I . . ' 1 , . 7 . - , S4 0 7 , . ' . . 1 , ' 1 : ' ,, ' .I . . ' . ".' 1 - - - . - - . ' . A 1 1 I ' ' I I , I - , . . . - , . . I . I I , I ' I ' . ' - . . 1 u 7 . ' PATTY SALTERS' now of Df'ff9it and noted DEAN WATSON, professor at Ohio University, . . ' - 1 Y . . . . ' 1 P 1' 1 . ' , ,, I I Q . , . I . ' 1 - , . . ' . 1 ' 1 ' Y Y I , . . . . . . 1 ' . ! ' I Y I 7 Y . . , ' - . ' ' 1 1 9 , ' . 1 I , I I , I 1 D ' , ' . . f . , IS . , . - ' I ' . . , 1 1 I 1 I ' ' 7 Y . , y ' n , . . . , , , . , . . 1 1 1 ' . I . ' 1 1 u ' I . , I , I I I I H - . . l . , I I I , I I I ' , I - , . - - , , . - , - . . , . .-.. , . , I I I I I ' ' , , Y I N Il :IR Dear buslnesses who adxertlse m our proceedmg section, We thank you once and then again with all of our affection. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1946 Pat's DFIVC Inn SANDWICHES POPCORN SOFT DRINKS ICE CREAM FOUNTAIN SERVICE Vmcennes Indlana COMPLIMENTS OF LB EAD - O Cornel' Second and Harrison Streets O O R ,ff 4. E---" p 53331 UPN , S 7955? 1' S 1 my K1 Z 'J 1531 Z Z V 44 W TOTAL ,ff WWE 1-S" -4 ' ff fi WY .,,5,,, .. !. rpg, .V.. . ai , - . 11 '.-cf-1n:,.,M la " .. 'u,,.f -- ue:- SK Congratulatlons Class of 1946 On Your Good Fortune In Havlng Been Born In Free Arnerlca A FREE PRESS KEEPS US ALL FREE mcennes Sun Commerclal THE LEADING DEMOCRATIC FAMILY NEWSPAPER SINCE 1804 II T WISHFS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1946 INCENNES AUTO PARTS .49 Q4 409 Nmth Suenth Stloet Phone 318 .N v 0 O w 1 S QS I ' ' :rx Jai" ffm COMPLETE PARTS SERVICE if' . WX QSM Am I- 1 ' 1 ' ' F CY 13I'lS'l' WISHICS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1946 Alliance Theater Corporation - Operators of the - NEW MOON PANTHEON FORT SACKVILLE COMPLIMFNTS OF WXQUTB' E TO 8: SPALDI G Wien' HOE REPAIR HOP . 19' . 48' it ' 'V - - Y' Y V N 'mx Vincennes, Indiana CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1946 vfwvww 4' BROKAGE NC .311 Mun Stleet Phone 919 Vmcennew Indunm BLST WISHIIS TO THIL GR -XDU LXTING LLASS OF 1946 Where Everybody Meets Everybody lf' M1111 Stmot Phone 119 Xmcenne Ifldlilll 7 C253 , .Cf Wnvy, ,1 . Mllliiiflfy COINGPATUI ATIONIS AND BEST WISHFS JQII AND SONS 522 524 Main Street VINCENNES RELIABLE FURNITURE STCRE COMPLIMFNTS OF .cn 9,- LEC A SIMUN QUALITY JEWELER 57039-'W 325 Main Street Phone 687 Vincennes, Indiana CQ23 JI ' 0 E- I D I E 'YK' O fx BEST VN ISHES TO THE GRPXDL XTING CLASS OF 1946 VINCENNES BOWLING ALLEY CONIGRATLLATIOINS TO THE CLASS OF 1946 VINCENNES STEEL CORPORATION BRIDGES AND STRUCTURAL STEEL FOR EVERY PURPOSE Z S d dB Ph 'lA THE CQ? COWIPLIMENTS OF Cannon Electrlc Company STROMBERG CARLSON RADIOS HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Tl-IOR WASHERS 110 11? M 1111 Stu et V1HLLl1T16S Indl 111 1 '6'R9Qbf-'B' BLST XX ISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1946 KERN STUDIO 494 111111 Sueet Phone 80? X71Y1CG111'19S Illdldlla rwgww XA A s . I . . - -fa 11- 'J Q, zz 1 Y Q A 1 f' I ' Y . . ... 12 1 . 1 .6 'a CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES WHHHSH PHHIS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1946 KR MER DRUG CO PAN Fountaln Servlce Vincennes, Indiana I O CARL KELLER LUMBER CCMPANY ff J. C. PENNEY CO. Z' L LNISTOTH , M CQ? 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