Vincennes Lincoln High School - Lincoln Log Yearbook (Vincennes, IN)
- Class of 1955
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WE SAY, t'GOODBYE" OLD BUILDING
The old building shown above, a landmark on
the corner of Fifth and Buntin Streets tor over
a haltfcentry, is to be torn down this spring
to make room for a new and more spacious
It is with sadness that we say, "Farewell," to
this old yellow brick structure, for it will always
remain in the memory ot over l0,000 graduates
as their high school.
This old building has served well, tor its gradu-
ates have done well tor themselves and their tel-
low men in the world.
' Dreams ot becoming senators, doctors, Iow-
yers, teachers, ministers, and a thousand others,
some fulfilled, others thwarted, have had their
inceptions in these hallowed walls.
Lincoln High School, whether housed in an
old building or a new structure, has always and
will always attempt to prepare its graduates for
a happy and usetul life.
In this preparation for life, Lincoln High School
attempts to train the entire individual-the mind,
the hand, and the body. The social aspect of
training too has never been slighted.
The mind is trained in academic classwork,
the hand in vocational work, the body in health,
gym and athletics, while the social training takes
place in all these activities as well as in the many
clubs, parties, dances and functions sponsored
by the school.
TRAINS FOR LIVING
That each student may realize his greatest
potential for good in our society is the princi-
ple upon which our great free secondary school
system is founded. In fulfilling this principle
the entire person must be considered.
The graduate of Lincoln High School must
be prepared to earn a living or continue higher
academic training, to lend his support to worthy
causes, to participate in politics, and, in short,
to be a well rounded citizen in our Democratic
Lincoln High adheres
to this worthy principle.
Academic training, vo-
cational training and
social training are all
offered at Lincoln. Our dial
The spiritual training, although left pri-
marily to the fine homes and churches of our
community, is encouraged at all times by ex-
ample and deed of the faculty.
Students learn the rudiments of mathematics in .lohn L. Adams'
The training of hands in woodworking takes place in John
Briscoe's shop class
Good sportsmanship, character, and strong bodies are the results
of our sports
We live together and have fun at one of our school sponsored
IN PREPARATION FOR LIFE
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Although the above photo may appear humorous
at first glance, it is symbolical of the major source
from which much of our knowledge of man and his
environment is imparted to us.
From many books students of Lincoln High, guided
by their faculty, glean information which will aid
them in attaining a more useful and meaningful
Through Social Sciences students learn about
man, his environment, and his accomplishments in
his struggle throughout the ages.
BAKER, WYANT BURNETT, HOWARD
CANNON, ALBERTA INMAN, GEORGE
Vincennes University A.S,, Indiana University A.B., M.A. indiana State AB.: lndianfl Centra' A-5-
lndiana State B.S.-
lndiana University M.S.
Indiana University M.A.
Language Arts encompasses the broad field of
communications. Through an intensive study ot
English grammar, Literature, Speech, Drama, and
the various other media of Language Arts, the
students ot Lincoln High School attain skills and un-
derstandings which will better tit them to enioy the
drama, reading, and speaking-the main purpose
of this area ot study.
Vincennes University A.S.,
Indiana State Teachers'
Graduate Study - Indiana
State Teachers' College
De Pauw University A.B.p
Graduate Study - North
western and University of
JACKSON, DAVID KATTERHENRY, LEONA
Indiana University B.S., M.S. DePauw University M.A.
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Through the Old Post Sentinel and the Lincoln
Log the students of Lincoln High School gain valu-
able knowledge in the field of journalism and
Evaluation of various points of view and criti-
cal evaluation of news is also taught in the various
classes of English and Journalism in Lincoln High
School. The ability to arrive at a logical con-
clusion from factual information is also stressed.
DePauw University A.B.
DePauw University A.B.f
Graduate Study - George
Peabody College: St. Peters-
burg Junior Collegeg Uni-
versity of Colorado
POLK, HELEN RISCH, MARlE
Indiana University A.B., M.A. Indiana University B.S., M.S
Lincoln High School through the study of science.
ln Physics the students learn the peculiar mathe-
matical relationships of nature. In Chemistry the
students find the chemical structure of both organic
and inorganic matter, while in Biology the students
learn the classification and structure of the flora and
Secrets of nature are revealed to the students of
ALWOOD, FRED FINKE, OSCAR VAN WEY, CARRIE
University of Illinois B.S., Indiana State A.B.g Vincennes University A.A.7
M.S. Indiana University M.5. lI1diGf1CI 51076 B-3-
The rudiments of mathematics, an asset necessary
to every individual in every walk ot life are taught
in Lincoln High School.
Mathematics for every level is taught. Simple
arithmetic tor the individual who has no talent for
numbers to advanced algebra for the student who
desires a career in mathematics is offered in Lincoln
COUTS, EMERY MARUTZ, IRVIN SCHULTE, RICHARD SMITH, HARRY
Oakland City College A.B.g Indiana State B.S., M.S. Indiana University A.B., M.S. Indiana State A.B M A
Indiana University M.S.
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Vocational training as the name implies prepares the
student with the basic tools of earning a livelihood. Metal
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VQCATIONAL SUBJECTS TS 'Sid mbeiofkiiiing Ollfgsilfilis Vfllefloi Sfflg will
Lincoln High School, adhering to the principle of train-
ing the entire individual, has attained a happy balance
between the academic and the vocational.
ADAMS, HERBERT F. BRIDGES, CHARLES BRISCOE, JOHN CROUCH, OLA FAY
Indiana University B.S., M.S. Franklin College A.B.p Indiana State B.S. Indiana State B.S.y
Iowa State College M.S. Columbia University M.A
Graduate Study -
Art, in which the student learns to appreciate
form and texture as well as a greater apprecia-
tion ot the world of art, is taught at Lincoln High
School. The student also enjoys the opportunity
of creating original pieces using most of the
modern media of artistic creation.
In typing, bookkeeping and accounting the
student masters fundamental skills and knowledge
which will prepare him for a iob in the future.
In Home Economics, the girls of Lincoln High
School learn sewina and dress design, which will
add greatly to their enioyment by allowing them
to create their own original fashions as well as
saving them money as future homernakers.
GROVE, CLAUDE HILL, ROBERT
Manchester College B.S,f Vincennes University A,S.f
Graduate Study 3 Indiana State B.S.
University of Chicago:
University of Cincinnati
PATTERSON, MARION SCHVVARTZ, HELEN
Indiana State B.S.g Valparaiso University
Master of Fine Arts 3 Graduate of Bradley lnst
University of Syracuse University of Wisconsin
The training of the body is not neglected at
Lincoln High School. Each student participates in
gym classes where intramural activities are stressed.
ln athletics Lincoln I-ligh's Basketball, Football,
Track, Cross-Country and Baseball teams are out-
standing in Southern Indiana.
Proper care of the body is also stressed in the
ADAMS, JOHN l. CONRAD, FRANK Fl2ANClS, CHESTER WELCH, JULIA
Indiana University B.S,, MS. University of Notre Dame indiana University B5-7 lndlGf1CI Uf1iVGI'SiTy 5.5-, M5-
B.S. Drake University M.S.
X0 WORTHY USE OF LEISURE
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Although the library is often thought of as
a place where must references are found, such
is not the case at Lincoln High. Here over l0,000
volumes are stored and catalogued. The greater
percent are volumes intended for enioyment in
reading. Through perusing the many books and
magazines, the student attains a better under-
standing as to how to use his leisure.
The joy of playing a musical instrument in
harmony with others is revealed to students in the
Lincoln High School Band. To create professional
musicians is not the primary aim of Lincoln High,
but rather to instill in the student an appreciation
of music and the ability to work together with
BIERLY, VAUGHN KIEFFNER, DELBERT MEURER, HAL
Indiana University A.B., M.S. Indiana State Teachers' lndiqnq State B,S,, M,S,
College B.S., M.S.
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ADAMS, CHARLES JOHN
ALSOP, PATRICIA JOAN
Bond I, 2, 3, 4 ISSC.-I-l'EGS.lI, Girls
Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Lincoln Ploy Shop 2, 3, 4
ISecretoryI, Lincoln Log 4 ISr. Ed.I,
Student Asst. I, 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3,
4 lVice Presfl, Sponsors 2, 3, 4, Sen-
tinel I, 2, 3, 4 ICIul:J ond Soc. Edt,
Class Otticer 3 IVice Presfl, Homecom-
ing Oueen I952, Signoture Queen 4
ANDERSON, EDITH KATE
Student Council 2, Girls Hi-Y I, 2, 3,
4, E.O.A. 3, 4, Good Cheer 3, 4
BAILEY, ROSALIE ANN
Stud. Asst, 2, 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
3, 4, Chorus 3
BARMES, MARVIN LEE
BARNES, NILE ROBERT
Boys Hi-Y I, 2, Footboll I, 2, 3
BASS, EVELYN ROSE
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4
BECKES, BENJAMIN PIERCE
Lincoln PIc1y Shop 2, 3, 4, Lincoln Log
3, Boys Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross
I, 4, Football 3, 4
BERRY, WANDA PAYE
Good Cheer 3, 4
BLAKLEY, LOWELL WAYNE
BLEDSOLE, JANICE LEE
Good Cheer 3, 4
F.T.A. 3, 4 IHistorionI, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4
BOWEN, VIRGINIA ELLEN
Lincoln Ploy Shop 3, 4 IHistorionI, Lin-
coln Log 4 lHeod Typ.I, Girls HifY 4,
Monitor I, 4, Student Council I, 2-
F,O.A, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 4
BROWN, RONALD GENE
Boys Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 4-
Footboll I, 2
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,rfeaili ,gow Q
BYERS, DAVID R.
Boys Hi-Y 1, 2
Boys Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 1,
2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4
CANNON, GAYLORD EVAN
Boys I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3, F.O,A. 4, Boslcetboll
1, 2, 3, 4, Trock 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross
Country 2, 3, 4
CLARK, PATRICIA ANN
Bond 1, 2, 3, 4, Lincoln Log 4, Girls
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel I, 2, 3, 4
CLARKE, BETH BEVERLY
Chorus 3, 4, F.O.A. 4, F.T.A. 4, Student
Council 1, Lincoln Log 4
CLAYCOMB, LARRY LEON
Boys I-Ii-Y 1, Student Council 1, 2,
F.O.A. 3, 4 IPres.1, Footboll 1, 2, Bos-
ketboll 1, 2, 3, 4, Troclc 1, 2, 3, 4,
Cross Country 3, 4, Closs Officer 3
CLINE, SANDRA SUE
Girls Hi-Y 3, 4, F.O.A. 2, 3, 4, Boosters
2, 3, 4 ISec.1, Trock Queen Attend
COFER, AMELIA JANE
Jr. Red Cross 4, Good Cheer 4
COMBS, PATTY ANN
COMPTON, WILMA JOAN
Girls Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3,
4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4
COOMER, ROSE ELLEN
Lincoln Log 4, Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 IPres.1,
Jr. Red Cross 3, 4 IVice Pres,I, Good
CROY, JAMES HERBERT
Bond 1, 2, 3, 4 IPres.I, Lincoln Ploy
Shop 3, 4, Lincoln Log 3, 4 IEdI, Boys
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Assistont 3, 4,
Chorus 1, Sentinel 2, 3, 4
DAILEY, LARRY AL
Boys Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Lincoln Log 4,
Jr. Red Cross 1, 4, Sentinel 4, Trock
I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4
DAVIDSON, THOMAS WALTER
Bond 1, 2, 3, 4 IVice Pres.1, Ploy Shop
4, Lincoln Log 4 ISports Ed.1, Student
Council 1, 2, 4 IPres.I, Sentinel 4,
Truck 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2
DAVIS, LARRY CRAIG
Lincoln Log 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Foot-
ball I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2,
3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4
DAVISON, JOY JACQULYN
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 4
DEEIVI, RODNEY LYNWOOD
DEHON, JIM FREDRICK
Boys Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3,
4, Cross Country I, Basketball I, 4
DEISHER, BlLLlE JEAN
Girls Hi-Y 3, F.T.A. 2, Jr. Red Cross 4,
Good Cheer I
F.O.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Foot-
DOSER, DONALD R.
Jr. Red Cross 4, Sentinel 4, Football 2,
4, Baseball 3
DUKES, BARBARA JEANETTE
Girls Hi,Y 2, 3, 4, F.O.A. 4, F,T.A. 3,
Good Cheer 4, Chorus 2
DYHOUSE, CAROL SUE
Jr. Red Cross 4
FARMER, JACK NORMAN
Lincoln Log 4, Student Assistant 2, 3,
4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Q, 3, 4
FISHER, DORIS RUTH
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 lSec,l, F.T.A. 3, 4
lVice Presfl, Jr. Red Cross I
FOSTER, DONNA LOUISE
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3, F.O.A.
I, 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, Cadet Teacher
FOX, LARRY EUGENE
Boys Hi-Y I, Jr. Red Cross I, Track
I, 2, Cross Country I, 2, Baseball 3
FOX, SHIRLEY JEAN
Girls I-li-Y I, 2, Jr. Red Cross 3, 4,
Good Cheer 3, 4
GALLAGI-IER, BARBARA ANN
Lincoln Ploy Shop 2, 3 iVice Presl, 4,
Lincoln Loo 4, Girls Hi-Y 2, 3 iVice
Presm, 4, Boosters I, 2 iTreos.l, 3, 4,
Sponsors 3, 4, Sentinel I, 2, 3, 4 iEeo-
ture Edi, Troclc Queen 3
GEORGE, DONNA EARLENE
Girls I-li-Y 2, 3, 4, F.O.A. 2, 3 iSec.l,
4, Good Cheer 4, Trock Queen Attend-
GIBBS, JAMES ALLEN
Boys I-Ii-Y 2
GOODMAN, JAMES JEFFERY
GOODWIN, BUDDY LEO
GORDON, ESTLE CORNELIUS
Jr. Red Cross I, Q, 3, 4, Troclc I, 2, 3
4, Cross Country I, 2, 3, Yell Leoder 3
GOWDY, CLAUDETTE JO
Lincoln Ploy Shop I, 2, 3, 4 l'Pres.l,
Lincoln Log 4, Student Assistont 3, 4,
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4
GRIDER, LINDA FRANCES
Girls Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, F.l'.A. 3, 4, Good
Cheer 3, 4, Chorus 3, Sentinel I, 2, 3, 4
I-IANSON, LOIS RAQUEL
Lincoln Log 4, Girls Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4
lChoploin1, F.O.A. 2, 3, 4, Boosters
2, 3, 4 lSec.I, Sentinel 4
HART, SHARON MAE
Girls I-Ii-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Student Assistont
4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, Q, 3, 4,
G.A.A. 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4
I-IARTZBURGI-I, EVELYN SUE
Girls I-li'Y 4, F.O.A. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross
2, 3, 4
HEBERT, JUDITH ANN
Band 4, Girls Hi-Y 2, Student Assistant
I, Student Council I, Sentinel I
HENSCHEN, RITA S.
Lincoln Log 4, Girls Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4,
Student Assistant 4, Good Cheer 3,
G.A.A. 3, 4, Sentinel I, 2, 3, 4
HESHER, MARY MARLENE
F.O.A. 2, 3, 4 IVice Pres.l, Jr. Red
Cross 4, Good Cheer 4
I-IILL, MARY JANE
Girls Hi-Y 2, Jr. Red Cross 4,
Band l, 2, 3, Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Stu- ,.,.
dent Council I, Boosters 4, Sponsor 2, 4
3, 4, Sentinel I, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer
3 lSec,I, Yell Leader 4
HOLLEN, HELEN LOUISE
Lincoln Log 4, Girls Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4,
Good Cheer 3, 4, Sentinel 4
HOLLOMAN, JOSEPH LEON -
Hi-Y 2, 3 '
HOOVER, CLAUDETTE -,'r 2
Lincoln Play Shop 2, 3 IHist.I 3 IVice ' .
Pres.I 4, Lincoln Log 4, Girls Hi-Y 2,
Boosters Q, 3, 4 iSec.I, Sponsors 2, 3
lSec.I, 4, G.A,A. 2, 3, 4 IPres. 3, 41,
Sentinel 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 4 ISec,I,
Student Assistant 4
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HUDSON, MARILYN JUNE
Chorus 3, 4, Lincoln Log 4, Girls Hi-Y
I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross
2, 3, 4
HUGHES, HUBERT WELDON
Football I to-S
Lincoln Play Shop Q, 3, 4, E.T,A. 3,
4, G.A.A. 2, Sentinel I, 2, 3, 4, Stu-
dent Assistant Q, 3, Girls Hi-Y 2, 3
HUTCHCRAFT, CLINTON EDWARD
Football 3, 4
JACKSON, LINDA M.
Girls Hi-Y 2, F.O.A. 3
JACOBS, JOHN RICHARD
Lincoln Log 4, Boys Hi-Y 2, 3, Boosters
2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4, Football 2, 3, 4, "" "
Basketball I, 2, 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4
JONES, KATHLEEN SUE
Bond 1, Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, F,T.A. 4,
F.O.A. 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Good
Cheer 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4
KEHL, FRANK WAYNE
Student Assistont 1, Student Council 1
fPres.I, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Footboll 1,
2, Bosketboll 1, 2, 3, 4, Trock 1, 2, 3,
4, Cross Country 1
Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Trock 1, 2, 3
KIRSCI-I, MYRA LEE
Girls I-Ii-Y 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4,
Good Cheer 3, 4
KLEIN, RUTH F.
KOLNIG, DANNY MAYFIELD
KOLEHOUSE, DONALD EUGENE
Trock 1, Bciselooll 1, 2, 3, 4
KUNKEL, SANDRA LEA
Girls I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Lincoln Log
4, Good Cheer 3, 4, Chorus 2, Sen-
tinel 4, Homecoming Queen 4
LAMPTON, ROGER DAVID
Bond 1, 2, F.T.A. 4, F.O.A. 1, 2, Foot-
boll 3, 4
LANCASTER, WILLIAM H.
Jr. Red Cross 3, 4
LEACH, JOHN WESLEY
IDeceosed September 2, 19541
LEWIS, ROBERT DAVID
Lincoln Ploy Shop 3, 4, Lincoln Log 4,
Boosters 3, 4, Sentinel 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot-
boll 1, 2, 3, 4 ICo-Coptoint, Closs Of-
fice' 4 Ipres.I
McCARTER, LINDA LOU
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, F.O.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr.
Red Cross 4, Good Cheer 4, Chorus 2
MCCORMICK, SHARON SUE
Lincoln Log 2, 3,, Boosters 2, 3, 4-
Sponsors 2, 3, 4 lVice Pres.I
Lincoln Log 4, F.O.A. 4, Chorus 1, Bos-
lcetboll 2, 3, Trcick 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross
Country I, 2, 3, 4, Closs Officer 4 Nice
MCFETRIDOE, ROBERT E.
MCOAVIC, BARBARA ANN
Hi-Y I, 2, F,O.A. I, 2, 3, 4
MADDING, RICHARD E.
Trock I, 3
MADISON, RICHARD E.
MADISON, PATRICIA ANN
Jr. Red Cross 3, 4, Good Cheer 3, 4
tVice Pres.l, Chorus I, 2
HI-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Assistant 3, 4
MEMERINO, CAROLYN SUE
Hi-Y 2, 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, r'TreosurerI
Sponsors 3, 4, 4SecretoryI O.A.A. I, 2,
3, 4, Chorus 3
MILLER, MARILYN KAY
Hi-Y 2, 3, Student Assistont 2, 3, E.T.A.
3, 4, Old Post Sentinel I, 2, 3 '
MILLER, LINDA LEE
Hn-Y I, 2, 3, 4, FTA. 3, 4, Jr. Red
Cross 2, 3, 4
MILLER, MARSHALL E.
Bond I, Hi-Y I, Chorus I, FoOtbc1II 2, 3
MINDERMAN, PATRICIA JEAN
Hi-Y 3, O,A.A. I, Chorus I, 2, 3
MISCHLER, PAUL VV.
Hi-Y 3, Boosters 4, Yell Leoder 4
MISNER, JIM C.
MONTGOMERY, SHERRY ANN
Student Assistont I, 2, Student Coun-
cil I, 2 rSec.I, 3, F.O.A. I, 2, 3, lVice
Pres.I Boosters 2, 3, 4, Sponsors 2, 3,
4, Cheerleader 3.
PALMER, DONALD THOMAS
Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Lincoln Log 3, Student
Council l, Old Post Sentinel 3, 4
REA, BETTY JANE
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus l
PETERS, NORMAN DALE
Jr. Red Cross 4, Footholl 3
REOEE, FRANCES FAY
HifY l, 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4
RHlLLlRRE, SHARON SUE
Jr. Red Cross 4, Good Cheer 4
PHlLLlPS, SHARON RAE
PlRHER, LAWRENCE JOSEPH
Lincoln Ploy Shop 4, Lincoln Log 4,
Hi'Y 2, 3, 4 lTreosurerl, Old Post Sen-
tinel 3, 4
Bcosters 2, 3, 4 tPres.l, Foothctll T,
Bctslcethctll l, 2, 3, 4, Trock l, Junior
POST, ROBERT EUGENE
RAMSEY, ROBERTA ANN
Hi-Y 4, F.O.A. 2, Good Cheer 2
Hi-Y 4, FTA. l, Jr. Red Cross 3, Spon-
sors 2, Good Cheer l, Chorus 3
REIMAN, JAMES LEEDS
Lincoln Ploy Shop l, 2, 3, 4, Lincoln
Log 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4 rVice Presw,
Student Assistont 2, 3, 4, Boosters Q,
3, 4, Old Post Sentinel l, Q, 3, 4,
Eootholl l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2,
Trock l, 2, 3, 4
REITMEYER, LEROY L.
REITMEYER, SUSAN KAY
Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Lincoln Log 4, Student
Assistont 3, 4, Student Council 4,
F.O.A. Q, 3, 4, Old Post Sentinel 4.
REYNOLDS, ROBERTA RAE
Bond 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Student As-
sistont Q, 3, 4, F.T.A, 3, 4, Sponsors
3, 4 lPres.l
RIDGLEY, ORVILLE B.
Bond I, 2, 3, Chorus I, 2, 3
ROBINSON, BARBARA ETTA
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 3, 4
ROGERS, DIANE RYAN
Lincoln Log 4, Lincoln Ploy Shop 3,
4, Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4,
G,A,A. I, 2, 3 4 iVice Presl, Old Post
Sentinel I, 2, 3, 4
ROSE, CARL GLENN
SAGER, CAROLYN SUE
Bond I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 4, Jr, Red
SCHEIDT, RUTH DOROTHY
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 iPres.i, Jr. Red Cross
2, 3, 4 Nice Pres., Lincoln Log 4
SCOTT, JUDITH MAE
Girls Hi-Y I, Student Assistont I, Jr.
Red Cross 2
SEXTEN, DAWN GEORGIANNA
Bond I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Hi-Y I, Future
Teochers 3, 4, Chorus I, 4
SHOEIVIAKER, ELIZABETH JUNE
Bond I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4,
Future Tedchers 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2,
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4
SIIVIRSON, DAVID JOSEPH
Lincoln Log 4, Boys Hi-Y I, 2, 3 IVice
Pres.1, 4, Lincoln Ploy Shop 3, 4, Old
Post Sentinel 4
SMITH, HARRY RAY
Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 4, Trock I, 2, 4
SNYDER, GARY WAYNE
Boys Hi'Y I, 2, Student Assistont 3,
Student Council 3, Trock I, 2, 3, 4,
Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. ol Jr.
Boys Hi-Y I, 2, Student Assistont 2,
Student Council 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4,
Old Post Sentinel I, 2, 3, 4, Bosketboll
2, Trock I, 2, 4, Cross Country I, 2, 3,
STALEY, JOHN MAURICE
Lincoln Ploy Shoo I, 2, 3, 4, Lincoln
Log 4, Boys Hi-Y I, 2, Student Assist-
ont I, 2, 3, 4, Future Teochers 3, 4
IPres.l, Boosters 2, Old Post Sentinel I,
2, Footboll I, 2, 3, 4, Bosketboll I, 2,
3, Track I, 2, 3, 4
STEFFEY, BONNIE ROE
Girls Hi-Y 4
Foundotion ot Americo 2, 3
STRONG, ELIZABETH INGHAM
Lincoln Ploy Shop 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3,
4, Chorus 3
SUIVIIVIERS, HELEN PALJLINE
Girls Hi-Y Q, 3, 4, Student Council 3,
Jr, Red Cross 4
SUTCH, CAROLYN SUE
Lincoln Log 4, Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Eu-
ture Teochers 3, 4 fTreos.I, G.A.A, 3,
4 ITrec1s.I, Old Post Sentinel I, 2
SWITZER, BRENDA LYNNE
Bond 4, Lincoln Ploy Shop 2, 3, 4,
Lincoln Log 4, Girls HIAY 2, 3, Student
Assistont I, Q, Foundotion ot Arnerico
2, 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3,
Old Post Sentinel I, 2, 3, 4
THAIS, WILLIAM JOSEPH
Lincoln Log 4
THEOBALD, TOM ADAIVIS
Lincoln Log 2, 3, 4, Bovs Hi-Y Q, 3, 4
IPres.1, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Old Post Sen-
tinel I, 2, 3, Eootboll I, 2, 3, 4
TOWNSEND, JUDITH ANN
Student Assistont 4, Good Cheer 3,
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4,
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 fPres.l, Old Post Sen-
tinel I, 2, 3, 4
Lincoln Ploy Shop I, 2 ISec.I, 3, 4,
Hi-Y Q, Student Assistcmt I, 2, Student
Council I, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Sponsors
2, 3, 4, G.A,A. 3, 4 rVice Pres.I, Old
Post Sentinel I, 2, 3 4
VOLKMAN, SARAH KATHERINE
Good Cheer 4, Chorus I, 2
Lincoln Loo 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 IVice Pres.I,
Jr. Red Cross 3, 4, Good Cheer 3, 4
WAGONSELLER, REITA LOU'
Bond I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Chorus
I, 2, 3, 4
WALKER, EUGENE DALLAS
Boys Hi-Y 2, 3, Boosters I, 2, 3, 4, Jr.
Red Cross 4, Old Post Sentinel 3
WALTON, CHARLES CRAIG
Boys Hi-Y I, 2, Old Post Sentinel I, 2,
3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
manager 2, 3, 4
WELTON, GLORIA ALICE
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 3, 4,
Good Cheer 3, 4
WESTERN, JACOUELINE ANN
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, Student Assistant 4,
Good Cheer 2, 3 tPres.l, 4
WHITFIELD, DAVID LIEWIS
Lincoln Log 4, Boys Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Foun-
dation of America 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4,
Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4
WHITTAKER, RICHARD WADMAR
Lincoln Play Shop 4, Lincoln Log 4,
Boys Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4 tSec.l, Student
Council 4 tTreas.l, Track I, 2, 3, 4,
Cross Country I, 2
Girls Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4 ISec.l, Student
Council 2, Jr. Red Cross 3, 4 IPres.J
WILLIAMS, CHARLOTTE MAY
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, Good Cheer 2, 3, 4
WILLIAMS, NELVIN PAUL
WILSON, BARBARA JEAN
Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 tTreas.i, Good Cheer
WILSON, LARRY GLENN
Jr. Red Cross 4
WILSON, RITA KAY
Lincoln Log 2, 3, 4, Foundation of
America I, 2, Sponsors 3, 4
WILSON, SARAH JANE
Band I, 2, 3, 4 tLibrarian I, 2, 3, 4,l, Jr.
Red Cross 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4
WINTER, JON RAY
Band 2, 3, 4, Boys Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus
WIREY, JERRY ANN
Lincoln Log 4, Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Foun-
dation of America 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4
YOUNG, MARY MARGARET
Student Council 4, Foundation of
America I, 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross I, 2,
3, Good Cheer 4
Junior otticers ond Sponsors plonning for better soles in their concession venture
ot the Coliseum. Miss Polk ond Mr. Kensler ore shown ot end ot tobie. Around the
toble from lett ore: Lorry Pitts, President, Ronnie Hughes, Vice Presidentg Sharon Cotter,
Tieosurer, Jockie Kehl, Secretory.
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MEMBERS are: Roger Benson, Evelyn Bledsoe, Betty Caskey, Tom Davidson, Samuel DeLisle, Chester Henderson, lris
Hosea, Fred Klein, Sue Klein, Ray McCormick, Bill McDowell, Kenneth Miller, Melinda Miller, Max Muench, Denny Pitts, Susie
Reitmeyer, Susie Rodarmel, Shirley Shelton, Charles Teising, Janice Thompson, Lanny Wallem, Dick Whittaker, Nan Williams,
Wilma Winkler, and Margaret Young.
OFFICERS and SPONSORS labovel left to right, Susie Reitmeyer, Secretary, Mr. Decker, Sponsor,
Ray Hoffman, Vice President, Miss Eppert, Sponsor, Richard Whittaker, Treasurer, and Tom David-
Under the guidance of Mr. Decker and Miss Eppert, student council members receive valuable train-
ing in self-government. One representative is elected to the student council from each homeroom.
Aside from its governing functions, the council sponsors a sock-hop, decorates the Christmas tree,
and assists other organizations in various ways. The council member receives excellent training in
MEMBERS OF THE EDITORIAL STAFF: David Simpson, Robert Fees Jr,, Torn Davidson, James Tubby, John Staley, Ricky
Johnson, Nancy Seal, Diane Rogers, Tom Theobald, Rita Argenta, Carolyn Lawrence, James Cray, Johanna Bonhomme, Pat Alsop,
Claudette Hoover, Larry Pipher, Rita Wilson, Patsy Shake, Virginia Bowen, Phyllis Johnson, Gloria Reichenbach, Judy Burk-
hardt, Mike Jordon, Brenda Switzer.
Claudette Hoover Tom Theobald
Assistant Editor Lay-out Editor
David Simpson John Staley Tom Davidson Larry Pipher
Art Editor Assistant Sports Editor Sports Editor Assistant Lay-out Editor
MEMBERS OF THE BUSINESS STAFF: Beth Clarke, Rita Henschen, John Feldman, Susie Williams, Pat Klein, Larry McCroy,
Jerry Wirey, Jackie Kehl, Susie Reitmeyer, Pat Clark, Jim Reiman, Lois Hansen, David Whitfield, Claudette Gowdy, Helen
Hollen, David Von Behren, Dick Whittaker, Tom Simpson, Marcia Vallmer, Sandra Kunkel, Ruth Scheidt, Carolyn Sutch, Brenda
Switzer, Rose Coomer, Jon Winter.
SPONSORS: Mr, Jackson and Mr. Grove
Diane Rogers Jerry Wirey Pat Alsop Rita Wilson Jim Reiman Virginia Bowen
Copy Editor Circulation Sr. Class Editor Circulation Advertising Head Typist
A portion of the huge crowd that filled the coliseum for lost spring's Signature dance. Although the yearbooks did not
arrive as scheduled, everybody enioyed himself.
Seniors dancing with Freshmen was not an uncommon sight
ot the Signature dance.
The Signature dance is sponsored by the
Lincoln Log. The purpose is to give an all-
school dance when the yearbooks are dis-
Fortunately the dance is scheduled soon
after the Junior-Senior Prom. This allows the
entire student body to enioy the gorgeous deco-
rations prepared at great expense and work
by the Lincoln High School Juniors.
Last spring over 800 students attended the
Signature dance and danced to the music of
Jackie Vaught's orchestra.
The local musician's union furnished the
orchestra free. The Lincoln Log staff is grate-
tul to the local union for its splendid coopera-
tion in making this social event successful.
MEMBERS are: Pat Alsop, Jo Bonhomme, Donna Cunningham, Jackie Fahey, Barbara Gallagher, Betsy Greenlee, Mildred
Gulley, Janie Hall, Stephanie Harmes, Joan Hacker, Claudette Hoover, Phyllis Johnson, Jackie Kehl, Susan Kelso, Pat Klein, Sue
Klein, Carolyn Lawrence, Carolyn Memering, Sharon McCormick, 'Sherry Montgomery, Susie Ralston, Norma Ray, Roberta Rey-
nolds, Judy Rooney, Ruth Scheidt, Nancy Seal, Shirley Shappard, Patsy Shake, Mary Dee Stephens, Judy Stachura, Mary Ann
Thorne, Jo Ann Vaughn, Rita Wilson, Sharon Williamson, Kathleen Yockum.
Sponsors entertaining the freshmen girls at their Christmas
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS labovel left to right: Pat Klein, Vice
President, Carolyn Lawrence, Treasurer, Roberta Reynolds, Pres-
ident, Carolyn Memering, Secretary, Miss Eppert, Sponsor.
The main responsibility of the Sponsors is
to serve in aiding the freshmen girls become
adiusted to high school life. Each sponsor is
assigned from three to five freshmen girls for
whom she is responsible.
A sponsor must have a good scholastic re-
cord, must exhibit leadership as well as good
The club makes its money by selling Senior
invitations and cards.
Each year the Sponsors give a Christmas
party for the Freshmen girls.
The Sponsors give each year to the out-
standing freshman girl an award. This award
is presented at commencement.
MEMBERS are: Harry Allemang, Edith Anderson, Bill Beamon, John Bedford, Virginia Bowen, Rosalie Brittain, Merrill
Belcher, Gaylord Cannon, Roger Cazzell, John Clark, Beth Clarke, Larry Claycomb, John Cline, Sandra Cline, Phyllis Dooley,
Bernard DeLisle, Barbara Dukes, Sharon Dukes, Carol Emmons, Cletus Fields, Nancy Grigsby, Donna George, Gary Grimes, Lee
Grover, Robert l-lagemeicr, Jim Hand, Lois Hansen, Sue Hartzburg, Marlene Hesher, Jonathan Huff, Myron Johnson, Kathleen
Jones, Carol Sue Kerns, Freddie Klein, Ruth Klein, Kenneth Korb, Roger Lampton, Linda McCarter, Larry McCroy, Barbara Mc-
Gavic, Larry Madding, Ruth Ann Meier, Louis Mincy, Kenneth Moyes, Roberta Ramsey, Leroy Reitmeyer, Susie Reitmeyer, Carol
Richardville, Nancy Shoultz, Brenda Switzer, Charles Teising, Tom Tolbert, Charles Van Meter, Kenneth Warner, Jack
Westfall, Dave Whitfield, Linda Whitlock, Linda Williams, Mary Rita Wininger, .Jerry Wirey.
AM The FOA stresses loyalty and patriotism.
ii M ' Keeping flags in all the classrooms, and sending
"Jess" looks mighty thirsty Old Post Sentinels to alumni in the armed
forces are two of the primary functions of the
FOA Members working on their homecoming float, OFFICERS AND SPONSORS labovet left to right: Sondra
Cline, Secretary, Mr. F. H. Adams, Sponsor, Harry Allemang,
Treasurer, Larry Claycomb, President, Mrs. Davidson, Sponsor,
Marlene Hesher, Vice President.
MEMBERS are: Carolyn Almy, Bonita Baker, Benny Beclces, Nancy Brewington, Rosalie Brittain, Ronald Brown, Larry
Cain, Laverne Cline, Rose Coomer, Larry Dailey, Larry Davis, Joy Davison, Jim Dehon, Betty Lou Deisher, Jean Deisher, Don
Dcser, Sharon Dukes, Carol Dyhouse, Frances Ellerman, Donna Evans, Shirley Fox, Estle Gordon, Nancy Grigsby, Marlene Hesher,
Mary Jane Hill, Karen Horner, Marilyn Hudson, Carol Sue Kerns, Myra Kirsch, Bill Lancaster, Pat Madison, Linda McCarter,
Linda Miller, Frances Ffoff, Sharon Phillipoe, Norman Peters, Carol Richardville, Dorothy Robb, Marilyn Roche, Karen Sue
Rose, Danna Todd, Jack Westfall, Joan Reitmeyer, Barbara Robinson, Norma Ray, Carolyn Sager, Mildred Sortdefs, Rvth Scheidt,
Judy Scott, Linda Shields, Nancy Shoultz, Susan Southerland, Judy Simnick, Loretta Simison, Harry Smith, Mary Studley, Marcel-
line Vollmer, Reita Wagonseller, Eugene Walker, Gloria Welton, Roberta Widdows, Linda Lou Williams, Larry Wilson, Sarah
Wilscn, Mary Rita Wininger, Margaret Young, Doris Wikle, Anna Mae Morgan, Bernard DeLisle, Kathleen Jones, Helen Sum-
mers, Sharon Blond, Virginia Bowen, Phyllis Boswell, Jean Brazil, Jennie Broady, Rita Cline, Lola Mae Codgle, Jane Cofer, Wilma
Compton, Jean Corbett, Madgeleen Dailey, Norma Fisher, Dianna Gordon, Sharon Grider, Carole Hvgameif, Robert HO9C1I'neif
Daryll Harris, Sue Hartzburg, Janice Hedge, Rita Hendrix, Sylvia McCoy, Carolyn Orndorff, Don Owens.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
The Junior Red Cross is a na-
tional organization. The local
chapter in Lincoln High School is
the largest organization in school.
The Junior Red Cross has its
main obiective the bringing of hap-
piness into the lives of unfortunate
people. In fulfilling this obiective
they make favors for hospital
patients, rebuild toys for the Sal-
vation Army, send food parcels to
the poor and the needy, ma ke
scrapbooks for the enjoyment of
the younger child.en who are hos-
pitalized as well as for the orphans.
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS labovel left .to right, Doris Wikle, President, Miss Von Wey, Spon-
sor, Rose Coomer, Vice President, Barbara Robinson, Treasurer, Norma Ray, Secretary.
MEMBERS are: Gary Staley, Editor Ja Ann Vaughn, News Editor, Barbara Gallagher, Feature Editor, Bob Lewis, Sports
Editor, Pat Alsop, Assistant News Editor, Joan -Hacker, Circulation, Brenda Switzer, Exchange Editor, Charles Walton, Business
Manager, Dan Palmer, Advertising Manager.
FEATURE STAFF: Richard Edwards, Linda Grider, Mildred Gulley, Jeannie Hays, Phyllis Johnson, Jackie Kehl, Jim RSIYTWGYM
Brenda Switzer, Betsy Greenlee.
CIRCULATION STAFF: Pat Alsop, Johanna Bonhomme, Jim Cray, Jackie Fahey, Barbara Gallaaher, Betsy Greenlee,
Nancy Grigsby, Bruce Martin, Larry Pipher, Rita Henschen, Marianne O'Neil, Diane Rogers, Judy Rooney, Patsy Shake, Jan Trent.
TYPISTS: Jan Trent, Sandra Kunkel.
PHOTOGRAPHER: James Tubby, Robert Fees, Jr.
OLD POST SENTINEL
I The OLD POST SENTINEL is one ot the oldest
organizations of Lincoln High School. Founded over
thirty years ago by Miss Mary Harsha, former iour-
nalism teacher now retired, the OLD POST SENTINEL
has served as an instrument wherein aspiring young
journalists received their first experience with dead-
lines, copy, news writing, and all the other facets of
The OLD POST SENTINEL is supported solely by
subscription and advertising.
The paper has a subscription list of over 800
students and faculty members.
Miss Taugher acts as sponsor for the Junior High
SPONSORS: labovel left to right, Mr. Kensler, Mr. Jackson.
MEMBERS are: Mike Bonewitz, Shirley Brandon, Judy Burke, Betty Jo Caskey, Mary Combs, Donna Cunningham, Rachel
Burkey, Jana Donaldson, Jim Dotson, Dick Edwards, Frances Ellerman, Steve Fravel, Gregory Frey, David Goadnow, Lloyd Gor-
don, Bill Graves, Gary Grimes, Jack Harlow, Rex Henriott, Vicki Higgins, Allan Hoffman, Stephanie Harmes, Ann Leedy, Judy
Marston, Bruce Martin, Keith Michaels, Deanna Staley, Lee Nickless, Sharlene Thorne, Mary Sue Yosiwitz, Judy Whitlock,
Beverly Poth, Judy Patterson, Susan Southerland, Gerry Sexten, Millicent Miller, Bill McDowell, Mike Clayton, Rosemary Wil-
kerson, Peggy Wilhite, Julie Niemann, Tom Owens.
The members of the Press Club,
undercloss members of the Sentinel,
have as their activities distribution
of the Sentinels to advertisers, as
well as writing at least three stories
a semester for the paper. These
stories consist of one definite as-
signment and tvvo free lance art-
OFFICERS are: Dick Edwards, Secretory, Mr, Jackson, Sponsor, Beverly Poth, Pres
ident, Mary Combs, Vice-Presidentg Judy Burke, Treasurer.
MEMBERS are: Pat Alsop, Rosalie Bailey, Jo Bonhomme, Dave Cannon, Bob Clemmons, Sandra Cline, Harry Corbett, John
Feldman, Barbara Gallagher, Lee Grover, Lois Hansen, Claudette Hoover, Ricky Johnson, Susan Kelso, Bob Lewis, Bill M
Dowell, Nancy McClure, Sharon McCormick, Carolyn Memering, Harold Miller, P. W. Mischler, Sherry Montgomery, Fred
Niemann, Tom Owens, Tom Pitts, Bob Post, Jim Reiman, Diane Rogers, Barbara Scott, Tom Simpson, Gary Staley, Lara Stephen
son, Becky Strong, Brenda Switzer, Tom Theobald, Jan Trent, Jo Ann Vaughn, David VonBehren, Gene Walker, Susie Williams
David Cannon absent from picture.
OFFICERS are: Lois Hansen, Secretary, Miss Polk, Sponsor,
Rick Johnson, Vice-President, Tom Pitts, President, Carolyn Mem-
The Boosters, known throughout the school for
their untiring efforts to arouse and maintain a strong
school spirit, have worked hard this year, conducting
a slogan contest, planning rousing pep sessions, mak
ing colorful and eye-catching posters, and present
ing an enjoyable convocation program.
This organization also enters into a magazine
subscription drive each year in order to secure funds
for its varied activities such as, a float in the Horne-
coming parade, putting up posters, and skits which
it presents at pep sessions.
The students selected for membership are thought
to be people who will best endeavor to build and
maintain the wonderful school spirit which our
school has enioyed in the past.
MEMBERS are: Rosa Adams, Rosalie Bailey, Beverley Beamon, Evelyn Beamon, Florence Beltz, Carrol Bonhomme, Judy
Briscoe, Shirley Carie, Opal Chester, LaVerne Cline, Mary Combs, Jana Donaldson, Donna Evans, Jackie Fahey, Carolyn
Finke, Claudette Gowdy, Stephanie Harmes, Norma Harness, Jean Hartsock, Linda Helming, Rita Henschen, Claudette Hoover,
Rhonda Johnson, Saritta Johnson, Sondra Judy Kelso, Pat Klein, Anne Leedv, Judy Marston, Phyllis McGregor, Lou Ann
McMullin, Ruth Meier, Janice Memering, Carolyn Memering, Donna Moyes, Carolyn Nash, Julie Niemann, Carolyn Nunley, Pat
Manning, Judy Patterson, Patti Patterson, Beverly Path, Susie Ralston, Vera Reel, Mary Roach. Diane Rogers, Janet Sanderfer,
Elizabeth Shoemaker, Beverly Sparenberg, Beverly Stuart, Carolyn Sutch, Jan Trent, Jo Ann Vaughn, Susie Williams, Sue Klien,
Ann Magruder, Shirley Shelton.
GlRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The G. A. A. is an organization created with the
purpose ot encouraging girls who are sports-minded
to participate in such organized activities as: Basket-
ball, Baseball, Volleyball, Swimming, and many
While these girls are earning points for their
pins, class numerals, and sweaters, they are also
building good health habits and strong characters
which will keep them in good stead for their lives
in the future.
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: from left to right, Carolyn Sutch,
Treasurer, Jan Trent, President, Miss Helen Polk, Sponsor, Diane
Rogers, Vice-President, Jana Donaldson, Secretary.
MEMBERS are: Roger Benson Virginia Bowen Betty Jo Caslcey Tom Davidson Chester Hendrixson Helen Hollen Claudette
Hoover, Iris Hosea, Ray McCormick Bill McDowell Steve Marchino Harold Miller Kenny Miller Pat Minderman Max Muench
Denny Pitts, Tom Pitts, David Post Susie Reitrneyer Susie Rodarmel Ruth Scheudt Shirley Shelton Charles Teising Sondra
Waggoner, Larry Wallem, Wilma Winkler Dick Whittaker Margaret Young
Wherever a stranger or a
stray freshman may wander,
there is always a monitor
close by to direct him to his
destination. These monitors
are also stationed through-
out the halls so that they may
be near by to perform any
task which a faculty member
may ask of them. They per-
form these duties with will-
ingness and a cheerful smile.
This is one of the many
helpful monitors of our high
STUDENT ASSISTANTS are: Pat Alsop, Ruth Meier, Deanna Staley, Oliveann Magruder, Claudette Gowdy, Marianne
O'Neil, Susie Reitmeyer, Susan Lelso, Jackie Kehl, Dianna Gordon, Sharon Grider, Judy Stachura, Carolyn Lowerence, Roberta
Reynolds Patsy Shake, Shirley Shappord, Janie Hall, Rita Henschen, Judy Scott, Ann Western, Carolyn Sutch, Barbara McGavic,
Jerry Wirey, Jim Reiman, Jim Cray, John Feldman, John Staley, Sol Feldman.
Many students aive of their time and abilities placed on these offices. Some of these jobs con-
to help carry out me necessary functions of the sist of: guiding strangers to the correct rooms,
school and athletic offices. These boys and girls and the performing of errands for the office and
do many jobs which help to lighten the burden faculty members.
MEMBERS are: Edith Anderson, Wanda Berry, Bertha Bell, Janice Bledsoe, Nancy Brewington, Rosalie Brittain, Alberta
Brock, La Verne Cline, Jane Coter, Rose Coomer, Jean Deisher, Shirley Dixon, Barbara Dukes, Frances Ellerman, Shirley Fox, Donna
George, Dianna Gordon, Linda Grider, Nancy Grigsley, Marlene Hesher, Mary Jane Hill, Helen Hollen, Neva Hundson, Myra
Kirsch, Sandy Kunkel, Pat Madison, Linda Mcflarter, Charlotte Messel, Nancy Moon, Anna Mae Morgan, Sharon Phillippe, Norma
Ray, Roberta Ramsey, Mary Studley, Judy Townsend, Sarali Volkman, Marcelene Vollmer, Gloria Welton, Ann Western, Charlotte
Williams, Nan Williams, Barbara Wilson, Mary Rita Winniger, Lynda Whitlock, Kathleen Wolfe, Margaret Young.
Whenever a student or faculty member of to know that they are being thought of while they
Lincoln High is ill, the members of the Good Cheer me ill'
This club, sponsored by Miss Helen Schwartz,
has asked for little outside financial help.
This organization truly deserve their name
patient on to recovery as it gives a worm feeling "Good Cheer,"
club promptly sends them a gay card with a cheer-
ful verse. This card does much to speed the
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: iobovei left to fight, Edith "HGH Off to the AIMS" was the Good Cheer
Anderson, Sqrgeqnt-gt-grmgy Pop Madison, Vice president theme for their homecoming float.
Miss Schwartz, Sponsor, Roberta Ramsey, President, Mar-
celline Vollmer, Treasurer, Judy Townsend lnot shownl
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
MEMBERS are: Morlyn Hudson, Dawn Sexten, Elizabeth Shoemaker, Roberta Reynolds, Marianne O'Neil, John Staley,
Carolyn Sutch, Susie Rodormel, Ruth Scheidt, Linda Miller, Tressa Blubaum, Linda Grider, Jean Deisher, Ruth Fisher, Nancy Hunt-
er, Kay Miller, Norma Ray.
The F. T. A. is truly an organization with the
future in mind. This club has steadily gained in
recognition through the four years since it was first
The boys and girls belonging to this organization
have learned up to date ideas on education as it is
today and have put this knowledge into action by
cadet' teaching in the grade schools of Vincennes.
Not only does this experience benefit the cadet
for their later profession of teaching, but it also re-
lieves some of the grade school teacher's burdens.
Cadet teachers: Beth Clarke, Joan Hacker, Nancy Hunter,
Ruth Fisher, Donna Foster, Marilyn Hudson, Kathleen Jones.
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: labovel left to right, Carolyn
Sutch, Secretary, Ruth Scheidt, Vice-President, Miss Eppert, Spon-
sor, Elizabeth Shoemaker, Treasurer.
Joan Hocker lshown abovel assisting first grade students in
MEMBERS are: Larry Pipher, Charles McCormick, Lanny Wallem, Ricky Wirey, John Cline, Bill McDowell, Benny Beckes, Dave
Simpson, Tom Edwards, Bill Hopper, Steve Phillippe, Don Palmer, .lim Hand, P. W. Mischler, Allan Hoffman, Harlan Magruder,
Rodney Deem, Bill Rose, Tom Theobald, Dick Edwards, Dave Whitfield, Jim Croy, Gary Staley, Dick Whittaker, Jim Reirr-an, Fred
Niemann, Carmen Gray, Bill Olson, Lee Nickless, Harry Allemang, David Swope, Gary Grimes.
BOYS' HI -Y
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS are: Gary Staley, Chaplin, Dick
Whittaker, Secretary, Tom Theobald, President, Mr. Tolbert,
Sponsor, Jim Reiman, Vice-President, Larry Pipher, Treasurer.
Senior Hi-Y is an organization of many varied
activities. lts purpose is to "Create, maintain, and
extend throughout the home, school, and community,
high standards of Christian character." lts slogan
is "Clean Speech, Clean Sports, Clean Scholarship,
and Clean Living." l-li-Y has an excellent advisor by
the name of "Tab" Tolbert. Hi-Y offers many in-
teresting programs for its members during both
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS are: Rose Coomer, President, Mar-
celine Vollmer, Vice-President, Doris Wikle, Secretary, Barbara
Wilson, Treasurer, Lois Hansen, Chaplain, Mrs. Ray Beless, Spon-
MEMBERS are: Edith Anderson, Beverly Beamon, Evelyn Bledsoe, Virginia Bowen, Alberta Brock, Judy Burke, Rachel Burkey,
Ellen Campbell, Shirley Carte, Pat Clark, Sandra Cline, Mary Combs, Rose Coomer, Donna Cunningham, Betty Jo Caskey, Betty
Deisher, Jean Deisher, Jana Donaldson, Lois Dotson, Frances Ellerman, Susie Finke, Donna Foster, Myrna Gray, Linda Grider, Nan-
cy Grigsby, Lois Hansen, Sue Hartzburg, Rosalie Holder, Jeannie Hays, Sandra Johnson, Beatrice Johnson, Kathleen Jones, Myra
Kirsch, Sandra Kunkel, Margaret Like, Linda McCarter, Linda Miller, Pat Minderman, Nancy Moon, Britanna Moyes, Julia Niemann,
Rollina Orr, Judy Patterson, Patty Patterson, Betty Pea, Beverly Path, Sherry Ravellette, Norma Ray, Vera Reel, Joan Reitmeyer,
Susie Reitmeyer, Roberta Ramsey, Marilyn Roach, Barbara Snyder, Ruth Scheidt, Shirley Shelton, Judy Stachura, Deanna Staley,
Helen Summers, Bonnie Steffey, Jan Trent, Marceline Vollmer, Judy Whitlock, Doris Wikle, Susie Williams, Barbara Wilson, 'Jerry
The Girls Tri-Hi-Y has been kept busy throughout the Mrs. Beless, the sponsor of the Tri-Hi-Y, deserves much of
year with such activities as: solemn initiation or induction, the credit tor making this club into the fine organization
potluck dinners, sock hops, and skating parties. that it is today.
Many delightful programs have been presented
by the Lincoln High School Chorus, not only tor con-
vocations at school, but also for various civic organ-
izations and churches.
The chorus, having won three firsts in the Solo
and Ensemble Contest at Evansville, went on to In-
dianapolis for the state contest where they made a
wonderful showing ot their abilities.
Due credit should be given to Mr. Hal Meurer and
Mr. Delbert Kieffner who have given of their time
and talents to make the chorus the success that it is.
HAVING A BALLI
SINGING AT CONVOCATION
MEMBERS are SOPRANOS: Evelyn Beamon, Bertha Bell, Carolyn Ballard, Rachel Burkey, Wilma Compton, Gloria Dierk, Sandra
Dillion, Lois Dotson, Phyllis Daugherty, Carolyn Finke, Stephenie Harms, Norma Harness, Marilyn Hudson, Nancy McClure,
Charlotte Messel, Pat Noile, Julie Niemann, Janice Preusz, Norma Ray, Dawn Sexten, Elizabeth Shoemaker, Nan Williams.
ALTOS: Carol Bass, Tressa Blubaum, Beth Clarke, Jackie Fahey, Donna Kaening, Ann Leedy, Clara Lynch, Judy Marston, Lois
Nightingale, Karen Quartermcin, Carolyn Sager, Lora Stephenson, Reita Wagonseller, Peggy Wilhite, Sarah Wilson. TENORS:
Dick Edwards, Gary Grimes, Bill Hopper, John Kimmell, Larry Lockhart, Steve Phillippe, Ted Scheidt, Eddie Sparenberg, John
Strange, Jon Winter. BASS, Larry Conrad, David Goodnow, Lee Grover, Robert Hagemeier, Ray Hoffman, Jerry Moyes, Lee
Nickless, Don Owens, Dave Swope. ACCOMPANISTS: Joy Kimmell, David Cannon.
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Come on down to the Hoe Down! YOUIVS UO' Seeing Cl0Ul9le-
The combined chorus of Lincoln High School pre-
sented one of the most colorful musical shows seen
during the school year.
All twelve months of the year were cleverly de-
picted by various musical and dance numbers.
MUSIC CALEhI-ISAR 1954
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Grand final of the Musical calendar show. Over lOO students participated in this show.
LINCOLN PLAY SHOP
MEMBERS are: Pot Alsop, Gretchen Andis, Rita Argenta, Benny Beckes, Vifgiriio Bowen' DOM Common' Joe Clopiaddle
Bobby Clemmons James Cray, Tom Davidson, Barbara Gallagher, Eddie George, Claudette Gowdy, Betsy Greenlee Jac Horn
ilton, Stephanie Harmes, Claudette Hoover, Nancy Hunter, Pat Klein, Carolyn Lawrence, Robert Lewis, William McDowe
Melinda Miller Tom Owens, Larry Pipher, Donald Ray, Jim Reiman, Dianne Rogers, JUCJY R00'l9Yf PGYSY Shflke DGWCJ Simpson
Tom Simpson, 'Judy Stachura, John Staley, Becky Strong, Brenda Switzer, Tom Tolbert, Joan Vaughn, David Von Behren Dick
One of the busiest organizations in Lincoln High
is the Lincoln Playshop, sponsored by Miss Miller and
Mr. Charles Bridges.
Even though it may not sound as it there is too
much work involved in presenting two three act plays
and one one act play a year, there is more to pre-
senting a play than the average student of Lincoln
High realizes. Many months ot hardwork, practice,
late hours, and fun go into these productions.
As has been their custom in the past, a three act
play is presented in the tall and in the spring, and
a one act play which is given for convocation in early
The fall three act play, "Arsenic and Old Lace"
proved to be one of the best comedies ever presented
by Lincoln Playshop. It would be impossible for
anyone to think that Abbie and Martha Brewster, por-
trayed by Barbara Gallager and Rita Argenta, were
capable of murdering nine men, tor they seemed
such like such sweet old ladies who wouldn't harm a
hair on your head. Abbie and Martha, aided by
Teddy Roosevelt, David Cannon, kept the wh ole
household in a state of confusion while Mortimer,
John Staley, endeavored to retain his senses.
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QUEEN SANDRA reigns over the homecoming festivities. Shown obove with her ottendcints Pot
Dellinger, Rita: Wilson, Pot Klein ond Donno Cunningham, Queen Sondra Kunkel stands before her
David Von Behren is shown above producing sound effects and Another scene is rehearsed for
keeping the producer informed out front.
The next play that was presented
tor both the Teachers Federation din-
ner on February l7, and the Convo-
cation program on the l8th was the
one-act play, "Three On a Bench."
This play, which centers on a bench
in the park, portrays the typical
lovers' quarrels and their difficulties
which they bring to the young couple,
Betty and Harry. A very sentimental
widow, Mrs. Moore, has as her main
goal in life the uniting ot young
couples. Mr. Brody, the policeman of
the neighborhood, is in love with
Mrs. Moore, although she is unaware
of this fact.
"Arsenic and Old Lace"
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS, Left to Right: Mr. Bridges, Sponsor, Miss Miller, Sponsor,
Virginia Bowen, Historian, Claudette Gowdy, President, Claudette Hoover, Vice President
Pat Alsop, Secretary. Not Pictured: David Cannon, Treasurer, Bob Lewis, Sergeant-at-Arms
" . . and iust a pinch of arsenic."
Our Lovely Homecoming Queen
The day was filled with anticipation, not only
for the pretty Homecoming Queen and her court,
but also for all the students who had looked
forward to the coming of this fabulous event.
Sandra Kunkel and her lovely court of attend-
ants: Rita Wilson, Pat Klein, Donna Cunningham,
Mr. L. V. Phillips crowns Queen Sandra
and Pat Dellinger reigned over the exciting
festivities of the students and alumni of Lincoln
Not only the student body of Lincoln High
participated in the homecoming activities, but
most of the local business firms as well.
Our Senior Float- Emblematicol of Our Graduation
Junior Class Float Sophomore Class Float
"Harping On To Victory" Drumming Up Victory
These picTures show only a few of The
ingenious Tloats which were part ot the
gala Homecoming parade. Much time and
effort was spent in order to make This
Homecoming the best ever. The bright
colors of The Tloots, the sTirring music ot
our Lincoln High School Band, and the an-
ticipation of the coming football game and
dance made this Homecoming of ours one
that we will remember in years To come.
Sponsors, Float Freshman Class Float
IIARGYIS :L SOK :EMU Alice Tame That Tiger!
Juniors preparing stars in preparation for
"Stairway to the Stars"
Juniors placing the paper sky over
the coliseum floor
The Junior-Senior Prom has become a tradition
of long standing in Lincoln High School. Each
class vies with the previous class in attempting
to make the coliseum more beautiful than the
Juniors begin preparing and planning for the
Prom months in advance. Money is raised for
this gala occasion by selling candy, ice cream
and cold drinks at the basketball games through-
out the season.
And Finally Our Big Night- Our Junior Prom
Their reward for the many months
spent working at the concession stands,
making and selling crepe paper shakers,
and sponsoring sock hops was their one
glorious evening, Prom night.
All of their endeavors had been co-
ordinated to Transform the Coliseum into a
The Juniors Working Hurd for Their Prom
Fred Dale and his fourteen piece orches-
tra furnished the music. After the formali-
ties of welcoming the Seniors, the prom
began with the Grand March lecl by Gary
Snyder and .loan Hacker. Dancing con-
tinued from 7:30 until ll:3O.
Claudette Gowdy and Dave Whitfield at the Foot
of Our "Stairway To The Stars"
Step Lively to the Grand March!
LINCOLN HIGH MARCHING BAND
"V" Formation on Memorial Grounds
Head Drum Maiorette: Pat Alsop.
Maiorettes: Relta Wagonseller, Jackie Fahey, Phyllis Johnson,
and Jackie Wagonseller.
MEMBERS: Faith Arterburn, Jerry Blice, Phyllis
Boswell, Sharon Burke, Rachel Burke-y, Judy Burk-
hardt, Dean Camplin, John Cannon, Betty Jo Caskey,
Carolyn Caskey, Pat Clark, John Cline, Rita Cline,
Larry Conrad, Jim Croy, Donna Cunningham, Tom
Davidson, Leroy Dixon, Joann Edgin, Frances Eller-
man, Delmar Ellis, Jackie Fahey, Fay Jo Feldman,
David Goodnow, Myrna Gray, Boyd Grayson, Gary
Grimes, Mildred Gulley, Carol Hagemeier, Jack
Hamilton, Daryll Harris, Joan Hays, Judy Hebert,
Ray Hoffman, Iris Hosea, Neva Hunsdon, Larry
Howerton, Sandra Irvin, Myron Johnson, Phyllis
Johnson, Wesley Johnson, Mike Jordon, Carol Kerns,
John Kimmell, Joy Kimmell, Rosalyn King, Fred Klein,
Kenny Korb, Guy Lanktord, Lerry Ligier, Larry
Modding, Judy Marchino, Clifford Mathias, Kent
McGIone, Millicent Miller, Gail Mutchmore, Kay
Newman, Marianne O'Neil, Carolyn Orndorft, Carol
Pets, Lyndon Phillippe, Beverly Poth, Gloria Reichen-
bach, Roberta Reynolds, Ronald Rinehart, Karen Rose,
Carolyn Sager, Dawn Sexten, Gerry Sexten, Eliza-
beth Shoemaker, Susan Southerland, Ed Sparenberg,
John Stangle, Mary Dee Stephens, Brenda Switzer,
Mary Ann Thorne, Sharlens: Thorne, Torn Tolbert,
Mason Townsend, Jim Tubby, Sandra Waggoner,
Jackie Wagonseller, Rita Wagonseller, Richard
Whaley, David Wheeler, Paula Wheeler, Roberto
Widdows, Rosemary Wilkerson, Wilma Winkler, Ralph
Winstonly, Jon Winter, Sarah Wllson.
MR. HAL MEURER
The Lincoln High School Marching Band is made
up of eighty-eight instruments, All four classes of
Lincoln High School are represented in the band.
Aside from playing at halftime at the home foot-
ball and basketball games, the marching band par-
ticipates in parades and marching contests. This fall
the marching band participated in the band festival
in which the famous marching "TOO" of Indiana
University was honored guests. This band festival
was sponsored by Vincennes University.
Funds to support the band are raised by the sale
of band booster tickets, the sponsoring of a sock
hop, and from donations from supporters.
The Band-Parents Club made up of the parents
of band members acts in an advisory capacity to the
band. This club also directs the various fund raising
LINCOLN HIGH CONCERT BAND
CLARINETS: Davvn Sexten, Jean Hays, Joy
Kimmel, Judy Marchino, Kent McGIone,
Jackie Fahey, Susan Southerland, Phyllis
Johnson, Rachel Burlcey, Mary Dee Ste-
phens, Gary Grimes, Carolyn Orndortf, Ray
Hoffman, Judy Hebert, Neva Hunsdon, Joy
Williams, Betty Jo Caskey.
CORNETS: Leroy Dixon, David Wheeler,
Sandra Irvin, Mary Ann Thorne, Millicent
Miller, Wesley Johnson, David Goodnow,
DRUMS: Larry Conrad, Fred Klein.
OFFICERS: James Croy, President, Tom Davidson, Vice President,
Pat Alsop, Secretary. Sergeants: John Cline, Sarah Wilson,
Elizabeth Shoemaker, James Tubby, Jerry Blice, Marianne O'NeiI
Roberta Reynolds, and Jon Winters.
OBOE: Sarah Wilson. BASSOON: Gerry Sexten.
BASS CLARINETS. Mary Anne O'NeiI, Reita Wagon-
seller, Rosalyn King. BARITONE SEX: Kenneth Korb.
FRENCH HORNS: Jon Winters, Roberta Reynolds
Judy Burkhardt, Karen Rose, Pat Clarke. BASSES
James Croy, John Stangle, Larry Ligier, Tom David-
son, John Cline. FLUTES: Elizabeth Shoemaker
Carol Petts, Gloria Reichenbach, Sandra Waggoner
Faith Arterburn, Beverly Poth.
Pat Alsop, a vivacious 5'6" blonde with spark-
ling green eyes and a cheerful smile, known to
all of Lincoln High School for her friendliness
and charm, will reign as Queen of the Signature
Dance. Pat is quite an ambitious girl. Her goal
is to become an attorney at law. She plans to
attend Gulf Park College in Mississippi tor two
years and then complete her education at Indiana
University. Pat has fun too, her hobbies -are'
dancing, collecting miniature vases from foreign
countries, and baton twirling. Her hobby of
baton twirling turned out to be more than iust
a hobby, she has been a maiorette in the High
School Band for quite some time now. We wish
her success in the years to come.
The lovely Court of Attendants consisting of
Donna George, Roberta Reynolds, Sandra Kunkel,
and Rita Wilson also have high hopes and
Donna, who is 5'4", weighs ll5, and has
brown hair and blue eyes, hopes to become o
secretary. In her free time she likes to dance,
play tennis, and go horseback riding.
Roberta, who is 5'5", weighs 122, has brown
hair and eyes, is planning to be a nurse.
Sandra, who is 5'5", weighs ll2, has dark
brown hair and eyes, desires to become an air-
Rita, who is 5'6", weighs ll9, has black hair
and brown eyes, wants to be a housewife, which
is really quite a job.
FADS OF FIFTY - FIVE
Middies harking back to another era were
trying to make a comeback this year
Senior skirts were introduced on a large scale this year
Senior girls wore them each day preceding a game.
Bermuda shorts were popular outside
of school this year
Strings of pearls, the longer the better
were popular this year
Footwear for girls this year consisted of
the ever popular saddle oxford and loafer.
Knee-length stockings in place of anklets
marked a change.
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FIRST ROW Left to Right: Assistant Coach Wyant Baker, Ed Hutchcraft, John Staley, Tom Theobald, Rfcky Johnson, Jim
Reiman, Bolri Lewis, Benny Beckes, Gary Staley, Larry Cain, Charles Walton, Don Doser, Coach George Inman. SECOND ROW:
Bryon McC:rter, Ronnie Western, Bfll Olsen, John Karp, Bob Mountz, Bob Hunter, Sol Feldman, Larry Mikislra, Harlan Ma-
gruder, Ray McCormick, Larry Fields, Bob Kinman, Tom Owens, Leo Ditsler, Bill Rose, Gerald Kimmons, Tony Cardinal, Jim Dotson.
OUR '54 GRIDIRON SQUAD
The Alices started off the season with wins over some highly touted football teams. ln the course
of the season they showed the determination and "never give up spirit' which has always dominated
Though their record of three wins, five losses and two ties wasn't particularly impressive in the
winning and losing column, not a single game was settled until the final gun was fired.
The high point of the Alice season was holding the Princeton Tigers to a O-O tie in the homecoming
game. This tie cost the-"Tigers" the S. l. A. C. Con ference Championship.
We are looking ahead to next season when the Alices will again prove themselves as a football
WXMAN LINE COA
P-C ANT BAKER
CO-CAPTAINS "T-BO" AND "LOUIE"
Th' ear's football team made a wise decision in their choice of lea
Outstanding in school activities, as well as on the gridiron, these two boys
are certainly among the "Cream of the Crop.
"T BO" t r his winning of a place on the
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JUNIOR VARSITY - FROSH
JUNIOR VARSITY - TOP ROW, Left fo Right Clay Adkins, Kenny Miller, Jerry Anspcuqh, Eddie George Bill Hopper Jerry
Woodfork, Dave Offutt, Butch Sullivan, Steve Mcrchino, Glenn Cuslred, Bob Smith. BOTTOM ROW: Charles Onlcen, .lim
Wilson, Harvey Chandler, Kenny Baker, Harlie Crowe, Dave Miller, Jock Harlow, Don Goodman, Ralph Phillips, Tom Cobb,
ond Sieve Farvel.
KNEELING, Left to Right: Lee Grover, Manager, Estle Gordon, Bfll McDowell, Bill Helderman, Barry Boyle, Harold Miller,
Gary Snyder, John Cline, Leonard Roach,.Leroy Davis, David Nibluck, Roger Benson. STANDING: Chuck Buyer, Pete Snyder,
Bill Minderman, Allen Clark, John Bedford, Bob Fees, Gaylord Cannon, Larry McCroy, Larry Dailey, Larry Davis, Bud Olsen,
THE ALICE HARRIERS - T954-55
Kirk wins again in fine forml
This year the Alices' Harriers won the S.I.A.C.
cross country meet for the sixth straight year.
They won by a wide margin over a seven team
field at the Cascades Golf Course at Bloom-
The Harriers won the sectional meet, giving
them the opportunity of participating in the
state meet run at the Southcourse Golf Course
The Alices, running in almost freezing weather,
placed fifth among the twenty teams partici-
Although beaten by Shortridge, Anderson, Ha-
bart and Marion itiedi, in that order, Vincennes
placed Wayne Kirk first after the individuals had
Individuals placed as follows: Kirk T, Cannon
l3, Snyder 43, Fees 50, Roach 55, Gordon 60,
and Claycomb 63.
This picture was taken al the Sfale Cross Country Meet af So ull: Course Golf Course. The Harriers placed fifth in this meel.
Seniors on lhe Cross Counlry Team are: Eslle Gordon, Allen Clark, Gaylord
Cannon, Larry McCroy, Larry Dailey, Larry Davis, and Gary Snyder.
COAC H McCORMACK
The I954 track season was an outstanding one for the Alice cindermen.
This year's runners were of rare ability, and under the leadership of Coach
"Mac" McCormick irated tops in the Hoosier high school track worldi,
developed into southern Indiana's finest runners. The Alices' high spots
include victories in three of four dual meets, losing only to Wiley's perennial
speedsters. Later this loss was avenged with a victory over the Terre Haute
club and fifteen other teams in our own Old Post Relays. The Alices also
won the Paris Relays over thirty other teams, and finished second in a field
of eighteen schools at the Indian Relays. Another outstanding performance
was a second place at the sectional with twenty-seven schools competing.
Meet Event Old Record New Record
PARIS .... ..., 4 -MILE RELAY .,....... I9:5O,6 I9:24
lCannon, Biester, Snyder, and Kirlcl
PARIS .... .... 5 PRINT-MEDLEY ,,..... 3:5O.4 3:49.5
lStaley, Reiman, Kolehouse, and Cannonl
OLD POST, .. .... MILE RUN ............ 439.8 489.8 ltiel
ALICES 75 EVANSVILLE CENTRAL 34
ALICES 36 TERRE HAUTE WILEY 73
ALICES 84 JASPER 25
ALICES 65 WASHINGTON 49
PARIS RELAYS ............ lst PLACE ........ ,.., I 3l Teomsl
INDIAN RELAYS ,..... . ,. 2nd PLACE. . . ,... Il8 Teomsl
LINTON RELAYS ..,...,.... 3rd PLACE .... .,.. I 23 Teomsl
PETERSBURG RELAYS ....... 5th PLACE .... ..,. I I8 Teomsl
S. I. A. C. MEET ...... 5th PLACE .,.. ...IIII Teomsl
OLD POST RELAYS .... . lst PLACE .,.. .... I I6 Teomsl
SECTIONAL .... .... . . 2nd PLACE. ,, .... I24 Pointsl
REGIONAL ........ .. 7th PLACE .... ..,. I 7 Pointsi
STATE ...,... .,.. 2 5th PLACE ...,...,. ..., I 3 Pointsl
IOO YARD DASH ..... JIM REIMAN .,.,......... lO.8
220 YARD DASH ...., JIM REIMAN ,....... ,... 2 3.8
440 YARD DASH ..,.. JOHN STALEY .......,.. 54.0
880 YARD DASH ..... GAYLORD CANNON ....,.. l:59.7l'
MILE RUN .........,. WAYNE KIRK ........... 4.36.7
HIGH HURDLES ...,.. FRANK KEHL ........ l6.6
LOW HURDLES .,,.... FRANK KEHL ,...,... ... 22.4
HIGH JUMP ..,...,.. GERALD KIMMONS.. 5 ft. - 7.0 in.
BROAD JUMP ........ FRANK KEHL ..,,,... ,,.2O ft. - 8.5 in.
SHOT PUT ,...,..... MERT SWEENEY ..,. .... 4 3 ft. - 4.5 in.
POLE VAULT .......,. MERT SWEENEY .... ..., I O ft. - 6.0 in.
A New Lincoln
Qaylord Cannon, Alice's only scorer in state meet
placed third in the 880 with l:59.7, breaking the
Alice Mile Relay Team also set school record for that event with a 3:35 time at the Regional.
STANDING, Left to Right: Dick Floerke, Bill Olsen Tom Pitts, Paul Anderson, Don Doser, Ronnie Hughes, Byron McCarter, Art
Malott, Ottie Pitts, Bobby Clemmons, .lack Hert, Tom Ewing. KNEELING: Bob Kinman, Larry Fox, Herb Evans, Ed Cardinal
Kenny Fortner, Bert Kolehouse, Leo Ditsler, J. D. Clemmons, Ricky Johnson, and Tony Cardinal.
Hit the Dirtl
THE SENIORS OF THE '54 TEAM
Paul Andergan, Kenny Fortner, Bert Kolehouse.
Ed Cardinal, and J. D. Clemmons.
Baseball is a fairly new sport to Lincoln High
School, but nevertheless it is becoming increasingly
popular. A fine job of coaching the baseball team
is done by Chet Francis. Many baseball games are
played during school hours, and students are not
able to attena them, but it will continue to be an
outstanding sport at Lincoln.
A BASEBALL 1954
VINCENNES EVANSVILLE CENT
VINCENNES ST. FRANCISVILLE
aim time ball. asm
The Lincoln High School Golf Team
has steadily gained prestige under
the very efficient and able coaching
of John L. Adams. The team is com-
posed of boys who are extremely
interested in golf as a competitive
sport as well as a stimulating recre-
MEMBERS: Lee Nickless, Don Weidner, Bill McDowell, Jack Staley, Dick Londhrey, Chuck Adams,
Max Muench, Bob Lewis, Steve Phillippe, Dave Wayrnire, Bob Wyatt, and Art Robinson.
THE ALICES-STANDING, Left to Right: Hzad Couch Chet Francis, John Bedford, Leo Ditsler, Frank Kehl, Larry Claycomb,
Larry Pitts, Art Malott, and Assistant Coach Oscar Finke. BACK ROW: David Lane, Gaylord Cannon, Ronnie Hughes, Tom
Pitts, John Feldman, Jim Dehon, and Larry Davis.
PITTS . . . HITS?
COACH CHET FWWCC AssisTAtsn CoACH osCAi2 Finial
Coaches Chet Francis and Oscar Finke
have Combined their skill to produce a
basketball team whiCh will Certainly
go plaCes. Although There has been
Times when they have laced rough
going, the team has rapidly be-
come the best in years. V-fe are
expecting great things from our
team and Coaches, and we
know that they will not let
us down. The Junior Var-
sity players make up a
very promising team
and they have played
their games with a
great deal of tight
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"Alice Men of Distinction"
Student Managers Bob Ctemmons, Chuck "Shorty" Walton,
and Bruce Martin.
These are the boys who keep the team running
smoothly. They are held responsible for all equip-
ment that is needed in practice as well as the
game. Another important job these boys carry out
is the compiling of all records on every game.
1954-55 Season's Results
47 LT. Hy GERSTMEYER COTJ
67 CT.H.l OARELELD
58 BEDFORD LOTJ
7l NEW ALBANY
58 MLJNOE CENTRAL
52 RELTZ CEVANSVILLEJ COTJ
63 EVANSVLLLE CENTRAL
63 BOSSE CEVANSVILLEJ
LITTLE ALICES - 1954-55
FRONT ROW, Left fo Right: Rex Henrioh, Manager, Denny Pitfs, Charles Boyer, Frank Conrad, Coach, Roger Benson, Kenny
Baker. BACK ROW: Harley Crowe, Harvey Chandler, Jerry Spore, Gregg Frey, Bud Olsen, Gail Mufchmore, Jerry Sparen-
berg, Bob Mounfz, Gene Henderson, Ray Ridgley, Jerry Durham.
"It's u Tiel"
"SCENES OF MY CHILDHOOD"
"How dear to my heart are the
scenes of my childhood,
When fond recollections present
them to view!
Unfortunately it is impossible to capture on
film all the feeling and emotion surrounding the
community in which we grow up, however, the
The old Lincoln High School building. Torn down
in the summer of 1955.
The halls of Lincoln High. We've walked down these
halls many times.
The first capitol of Indiana Territory
pictures shown below represent scenes and places
which we believe are typical and representative
of our historical city.
The bright days of summer along the Wabash,
the youthful ioy at the ball games at the Coliseum,
the happy days spent at school will surely bring
back a thousand memories of our youth spent in
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The Coliseum, built in 1926, where we attended gym classes,
but best remembered fbr many basketball games seen here.
The Wabash which flows by our town. Sometimes she is peace
ful, sometimes she is angry, but always beautiful.
The home of William H. Harrison, Grouseland, still
stands gracefully along the Wabash.
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The people shown on this page are responsible for the
operation of our school. The various activities shown on
the preceding pages of this book could have never been
had it not been for the leadership and planning of our
Class schedules, program planning, and individual coun-
selling are only a few of the many tasks performed by
our able administrative staff. .
Mr. Decker, Dean of Boys, also teaches several classes
as well as acts as Junior counsellor. Miss Eppert likewise
acts as Senior counsellor along with her classes in Home
Economics and Health.
MR. ROY R, SNYDER
CDeceased1 April 5, I955
MR. WILLIAM DECKER MISS NELLE EPPERT MRS. MARTHA KLEPFER
Dean of Boys Dean of Girls Secretary
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SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS-Left to Right: Mr. Harold Klemeyer, Secretoryg Mr. Glen Allen, Treasurerg Mr Ralph Banks
Superintendent, and Mr. Maurice Boekmann, President.
Without the assistance and leadership of
the men shown on these pages the many
activities shovvn in this book could have
never been possible.
The School Board, working with Mr.
Banks are responsible for the splendid
leadership we enjoy in our school system.
We, the student body and faculty, wish
to take this opportunity to say,
MR. RALPH BANKS
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T. Pitts, c.. . .
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Cannon, I.. ,.
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T. Pitts, C. . , .
Kehl, g. . . . .
L. Pitts, g. ..
Cannon, I. . .
Davis, I. . . . .
Totals ..... I9 20-30 I3
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Bowman, c. .
Norris, g. ..
Shake, I. . . .
Banks, c. . ..
Cargal, g. ..
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0 O-O 0
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0 I-2 2
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Totals ..... II I6-24 i
STATE TOURNEY - I955
WE CAN DO IT!
Vincennes--48 Ig It-a pI
Claycomb, I. . 0 4-7 2
Hughes, I. ,... 0 3-5 4
T. Pitts, C. ..... 4 6-6 0
Kehl, g. ...... 4 I-2 3
L. Pitts, g. .... 3 2-3 0
Cannon, I. .... 4 2-2 2
Davis, I. ...... 0 0-I 0
Totals .,.,. I5 I8-26 II
Central Cath.-46 Ig It-a pf
Fleck, I. ,..... 4 2-3 4
Schenk, I. .... 3 2-2 4
Carie, C. ..... 3 2-4 3
Haag, g. ..... 4 4-5 2
T. Deem, g. .... 2 2-3 2
P. Deem, I. O O-O O
Totals ..... I7 I2-I7 I5
Vincennes .,.... I-3 24 35
Central Cath. . . . 8 I9 3I
Claycomb, I. .. -
Hughes, I. .... I 5-6 2
T. Pitts, C. .... 2 4-5 I
Kehl, g, ...... 5 4-7 2
L. Pitts, g. .... 4 I-2 3
Cannon, I. .... 6 0-I 2
Davis, I. ...... I I-2 0
Feldman, c. . . 0 0-0 0
Ditsler, g. ..... 0 0-0 O
Bedtord, Q. . . . O 0-0 0
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2 00 I
Totals ..... 2I I5-23 I I
Freelandville-51 Ig It-a pf
5 0 2 3
Julian, I. ..... -
heard, I. . . . I 2-2 5
KirChaII, C. . . . 6 3-4 3
Dunkerly, g. ,. 4 I-4 0
Stewart, g. . . . 4 I-3 I
beard, I. .. 0 4-4 O
Totals ..,.. 20 II-I9 I2
Vincennes ...... I2 29 37
Freelandville .... I4 27 38
REGIONAL AT HUNTINGBURG
He Earned It
They need no Introduction.
Vincennes-62 tg ft-a pf
HuQlwes, f. .... 6 O-O 1
L. Pitts, f. ..,. 7 2-5 3
1. Pitts, C. ..,. 3 2-2 O
Claycornb, Q. . O 1-2 2
Kelwl, Q. ...,.. 3 4-10 5
Cannon, t. .,,. 7 1-2 O
Feldman, C. . . O O-O O
Totals .,.., 26 10-21 11
Washington-60 tg ft-a pf
Murray, f. .... 8 O-1 2
Gray, f. ..,... 6 2-3 1
VVininQer, C. .. 3 8-8 1
Turk, Q. .,,.,, 3 2-3 1
Reed, Q. ...,. 3 O-O 2
Carlson, C. .. . O O-O 1
Williams, Q. .. O 2-2 4
Totals . 23 14-1712
Vincennes ...... 10 27 42
Washington .... 16 26 40
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Cannon, t, .... 2-2
HuQl1es, f. ,... 5 1-2 2
T. Pitts, C. .. 3 4-5 2
Kelil, Q. . . 7 5-7 2
L. Pitts, Q. .... 1 4-4 2
Davis, t. , .... O 2-2 1
J. Staley, f. ... O O-O O
Feldman, C. .., O O-O O
Claycornb, Q. . 1 O-2 1
Bedford, Q. . . . O O-O O
Totals ..... 18 18-24 10
Huntingburg--45 fg ft-0 pf
Blernker, t. 11 2-2
Singer, t. .,... 4-5 4
Fierst, C. ...,. 2 2-5 3
Henderson, Q. . O 5-7 3
Elshott, Q. .... 3 O-O 3
Stetter, t. ..... O O-O O
SCl'1urz, Q. ,... O O-O O
Totals ..... 16 13-19 15
Vincennes ..,,.. 13 21 38
Huntingburg .... 16 28 30
WE ARRIVE AT THE SEMI-FINALS
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WE EAT AT THE SEMI-FINALS
WE WIN THE FIRST GAME
'- KehI's Winning Sho!
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Corroll, I. ..,, 3 2-4 2 8
Sprinkle, I. ... I O-2 5 2
Thurneck, f. . . I 2-7 2 4
Cornol, C. .... 7 3-6 3 I7
King, Q. ,l..l. 0 o-o 3 0
Holbrook, g. .. 5 8-IO 5 I8
Moore, g. .... I I-4 I 3
Totals ..... I8 I6-33 2I 52
Vincennes-53 fg ft-u pf Ip
2 4 6
Hughes, I. .... 2-4
L. Pitts, f. ..... 3 3-6 5 9
Dovis, I. ..... O O-I I O
Sloley, f-. .... O O-O O O
T. Puffs, C. 8 4.5 1 20
Cloycomb, g. .. O O-2 5 O
Kehl, g. ..... 2 I2-I5 2 I6
Cannon, 9. I O-O 4 2
Tofols ..... I6 2I-33 22 53
Evans. Reitz. ..., II I3 I3 I5
Vincennes ...... I5 6 I6 I6
Officials: Charles Meode ond
TOP EIGHT IN STATE
CONGRATULATIONS FROM HOME
WE'RE PROUD OF THEM!
We FinuIIy Lost
New Albany-86 Ig
Swift, I. ..... .
Speedy, I. ..,, I
Mater, I. ...,.. IO
Solomon, I. ..., O
Owen, I. , , . . . O
Johnson, C. .... 6
Seitz g. ...... 4
Henry, Q. ,..., IO
Tucker, g. ..... O
TotaIs ...... 34
L. Pitts, I. ..... 4
Hughes, I. .,... 3
Staley, I. . . . . I
Davis, I. ,,.... I
T. Pitts, c. ..... 4
Feldman, C. .... I
Claycomb, g. . . I
Kehl, g. ....,. 2
Cannon, g. .... 5
Bedford, Q. .... I
TotaIs ...... Q3
New AIbany .... 28
Vincennes ...... I I
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Many advertisers will recognize the two stu- Susie Williams and David Von Behren proved
dents shown above, for they probably sold them themselves to be the outstanding salesmen in
their ad in the LINCOLN LOG. selling advertising space in the LINCOLN LOG.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8. Mrs
Mr. 8. Mrs
Dr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs
Dr. 8. Mrs.
Dr. 8. Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs
L. 0. Campbell
Ray C. Beless
Frederic I. Ruehl
Norman E. Denny
John R. Davis
H. O. Chattin
Richard M. Kerlin
Mrs. Ainslee Chenoweth 8. Mrs.
Mr. Harley VV. Summitt
Mr. 8. Mrs. P. A. Dora
Dr. 81 Mrs. Herman B. Wolte
Mr. 8. Mrs. Glen F. Cullison
Dr. C. L. Kelso
Dr. 81 Mrs. James F. Reilly
Mr. 8. Mrs. Jack Western
Mr. 8. Mrs. Gene Wilkerson
Curtis V. 81 J. W. Kimmell
Mr. 8. Mrs. George S. Sexten
Mr.8i Mrs. Don Hollis
Mr. Chris Zaratonetis
Mr. 84 Mrs. M. C. Groscop
Gilbert' 8. Ralph Alsop
Mr. lra Smith
Mi. 8. Mrs. Leroy Vaughn
81 Mrs. F. Albert Reiman
8rMrs. Chester Gates
81 Mrs. Richard Wendling
81 Mrs. Ralph B. Studley
81 Mrs. Henry E. Mackey
Jack81 Bob Johnson
F. W. Studler
William Von der Liet
Curtiss G. Shake
Ralph O. Smith
Elsworth W. Beckes
Robert S. McCormick
Maurice S. Fox
J. L. Johnson
Joseph A. Meurer
James F. Harlow
James J. Lewis 81 James W. Funk
Y' " "" "E-?""
ADAM C0 FEC'l'l0 ERY
ACROSS FROM THE COLISEUM
K. T. BENSON
"Style Begins ot
The Store For Young Men
218 Moin Street
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GERIIARD BERGMAN Xt SUNS
STUDEBAKER - PACKARD
Congrotulotions to Closs of " '55"!
NELSUN BAKING CUMPANY
304 South 13th Street
LENAHANS Q KUNEN.
CENTRAL MIXED CONCRETE
WASHED SAND ond GRAVEL
me South Fifteenth stteetf Phone 2959-Pat 3212
Vincennes' newest store soys congrotulotions to Vincennes'
newest seniors-we feel thot in your honcls is the future of
Vincennes-with your support we con succeed ond grow. We
pledge ourselves to constontly strive to give you the finest
store possible-olwoys remembering thot in you-our future
leoders-lies our future too.
K L E M E Y E R
"ouR sERvlcE IS AT Youre sERvucE"
Phone I4 Corner First ond Hort Streets
302 North Second Street Phone 88
ERNEST R. PULLIAM
HAMILTON - ELGIN WATCHES
T847 ROGERS 84 COMMUNITY SILVER
II North 5th Street Phone 999
NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE
THE VINCENNES SUN - COMMERCIAL
"Where The Spirit Of The Lord Is, There is Liberty." 2 Cor. 3:17
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MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
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J. 8m H. OSTENDORF
Phone 68I 308 Moin Street
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '55
VINCENNES TRANSFER and STORAGE CO.
C. E. TRAVIS, Owner
MOVING - - STORAGE
PACKING - - SHIPPING
III5 Shelby Street Phone 121
YOUR HOME ON THE ROAD
THE CLASS Of '55
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
EDWARDSPORT OAKTOWN FREELANDVILLE
COMPLIMENTS OF '
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5th and Vigo Vincennes, Indicmc
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Q3 Of 1955 1
VINCENNES, INDIANA '
The Store Designed With You In Mind
ALWAYS A FRIENDLY WELCOME 'I
Air - Conditioned I
L I N C O L N G R I L L
GOOD FOOD FOUNTAIN SERVICE 1
Open 24 Hours Every Doy :I
614 North Seventh Street Phone 880
PAT'S DRIVE - IN CAFE
821 North Second Street
VINCENNES, - INDIANA
ERTEL'S SHOE SHOP
The Wright Arch Preserver ond Portoge Porto-Ped Shoes
- 34 Yeors of Continuous Service -
Expert Shoe Repoir ot Moderate Prices
1503 North Second Street
TO CLASS OF 1955
VINCENNES' LEADING APOTHECARY
316 Mein Street Phone I I9
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Our Congratulations To The Graduates
of The Class of 1955
ESCO WALK Xa SIIIIIS
ouALIrY MEN'S and woMEN'5 WEAR
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YOUR COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER
N. D. DAVIDSON
CONN BAND INSTRUMENTS
"Keyboard ofthe Nation"
Record and Sheet Music Headquarters
24 North 5th Phone 4000
VINCENNE UNIVER ITY
Your community college
THE "NEXT STEP IN YOUR EDUCATION"
Education within financial reach of all. Tuition S70 per semester
for all Knox County students.
Opportunity to make the adiustments to college while living at
Careful counseling procedures insure the student's maximum
First two years of any college course are given, transferable
to the college of your choice.
Complete two-year general course in business administration,
secretarial science, home economics and family life.
For information Apply Fall Semester Begins
To the Registrar September 6, 1955
BLACKFORD WINDOW GLASS COMPANY
BEST IN DRUG STORE SERVICE
BEST IN DRUG STGRE MERCHANDISE
THE REXALL STORE
400 S. oth Street Phone 224
310 Moin Street VINCENNES Coll 48
Quess Who These Girls Are
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C O M P L I M E N T S
WELSH 81. TIIEHIAU, INC.
IN S U R A N C E
M. W. WELSH Ka CII.
IN V E S T M E N T S
TO CLASS OF '55
H 41101 R FLOOR COVERING COMPANY
1205 WASHINGTON AVENUE PHONE T365
HOOSIER GAS CORPORATION
MORE AND MORE THE TREND IS TO OAS
MODERNIZE WITH GAS
I9 NORTH FOURTH STREET PHONE 44
CITIZENS' INSUIIA CE CII.I C. AGE T
ED WATSON, Pres.
Corner Second ond Mein Phone I64
IC BUYS MORE TODAY THAN EVER BEFORE
EIecTricc1IIy Of Course
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY
OF INDIANA, INC.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ORADUATING
CLASS OF I955
BEATRICE FOODS COMPANY
Manufacturers cmd Distributors
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SMART YOUNG FASHIONS
VINCENNES FASHION CENTER
BREAKFAST - DINNER - LUNCHES
STEAKS - CHOPS - CHICKEN
SANDWICHES - SHORT ORDERS
IO43 WASHINGTON AVENUE VINCENNES, INDIANA
BOB RITTERSKAMP'S M, 8, College
STANDARD SERVICE VINCENNES, INDIANA
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1047 Washington Avenue Phone 1231
1 ARROW COACH LINES, INC. I
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1' 1025 Washington Avenue Phone 45 EI
12 Vincennes, Indiana gf
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1511 Willow Street ..Vincennes, Ind.
Bottlers of Grapette, Mason Root
Beer, and Modding Flavors
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1 HOOSIER SUPPLIES
II 427-429 MAIN STREET PHONE 34II - 34I2
VINCENT PRINTING UIIMPANY
406 NORTH 7TH STREET
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. AMERICAN CLEANER
Drive-in - Fourth and Buniin Streets
I -AYINSE-ITNES, A - INDIANA
VINCENNES ROSE GARDENS
Our Offices, Shop, Greenhouse are on the Old Bruceville Road
Phone 2300 VINCENNES
GENERAL FINANCE COMPANY
AUTOMOBLIE FINANCING COMPLETE LOAN SERVICE
329 MAIN STREET PHONE 866
LEO A. SIMON
Congfrcatulofions To The Closs of 1955
GIMBEL -B0 ll CUMPA Y
Vincennes' Grecafesf Store
Founded in 1842
TO THE CLASS OF T955
Your Prescription Store
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
' Aug out
322'524 'Nth SBU!
Vincennes' Relioble Furniture Store
46 Yeors of Foir Deoling
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Vincennes' Leading Hotel
THE RENDEZVOUS-THE PLACE TO EAT IN VINCENNES
THE ORCHARD ROOM-FOR PRIVATE PARTIES
214 Main Sireef Phone 211
Exclusive Women's Apparel
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Education Comes From More Than Text Books
READ A MAGAZINE NIGHTLY
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INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
I4 South 3rd Street Vincennes, Indiana
CONGRATULATIONS And BEST WISI-IES
KUIVI - BACK RESTAURANT
I302 WILLOW STREET
ALLIANCE AMUSEMENT CII.
NEW MOON - PANTHEON
FORT SACKVILLE - ALLISON DRIVE - IN
Movies Are Your Most Economncol Form of Entertainment'
CANNON ELECTRIC COMPANY
ELECTRIC WIRING-LIGHTING FIXTURES-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
"Neoring o HoIf Century of Service ond Experience"
:I Phone 508 or 509
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CONGRATULATIQNS "If It's For Your Office
IQ CLASS OF We Hove It"
FROM I T
OFFICE MACHINE COMPANY
ALL MAKES OF PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
Come in, try them oll, you be the iudge!
OFFICE MACHINES OFFICE FURNITURE
OFFICE SUPPLIES ond SERVICE
' AMERICA'S FINEST LINES
QI6 Vigo Street Phone 550
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FROSTED FOOD LOCKERS
8I2 Moin Street Phone 39
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W. F. HOLLAND COMPANY
2-4 North First
ALICE SODA SHOP
formerly RUTH 81 LOUlE'S
10th and Main
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QUALITY MEATS Gnd FRESH PRODUCE
"Meet Your Friends of Hoortle's"
202I Woshungfon Avenue - U HUM--un--U-Flh-QQ?--?f??A
Congfrotulofions To The Closs of I955
wAsHlNeToN, """"'m'5 INDIANA
The STAFF of The
"Thonks Pofrons ond Advertisers For Making This Book Possible."
Qemenaem pmaqan ll flamendw pdddqdlt D Qememim pafmqon
oday Sbiwe are printers of the yearbook of your school. 6,
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