New Market High School - Flyer Yearbook (New Market, IN)

 - Class of 1956

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Class W17l We, the members of the Class of i956 of the New Market Joint School, sincerely and thoughtfully do hereby will the following person- al traits and legacies to the so-named beneficiaries. We, Keith Britton and Tammy Miller, will to Fred Miles our ability to sit on the bread box and keep cool. l, Sandra Powers, will my energy to Shirley Hood. I, Glenda Dove, will my ability to get a fiance to Elaine Rains. We, Marilee Johnson and Rachel Young, will our ability to get an "A" in band to Tom DeBusk. l, Anthony Kochert, will my dignity to Clifton Carr. We, Butch Jarvis and Don Hultz, will our ability to stay out late to Harold Keller. l, Jerry Stevenson, will my curly hair to Jim Keller. We, Dave Baker and Tom Williamson, will our ability to carry pencils on top of our ears to those who would like it. We three side-kicks, Doris Dyer, Phyllis Dyer, and Virginia Pitten- ger, will our giggles to Herschell Beecher. We, Eleanor Wiatt and Delores Baldwin, will our worn-out clarinets to two music-minded people. We, David Stull and Fred Barth, will our love stories to Dale Hester. l, Ronnie Seaman, will my political philosophy to Edna Kochert. I, Larry Gentry, will my ability to drive like "Doc" to Marion Max- well. We generals, Sherman Morris and John Swearingen, will our command ot the school to David South. We, Byron Lewellen and Dick Hargis, will our ability to stay out of wrecks to Rex Larew. We, Billie Ann Livesay and Jeanie Powers, will our tight skirts to Anna Fruits. Page Fifteen

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physical education classes had quite a number of exciting episodes. Maybe we should have had some lessons on "How to Use a Zipper Correctly." Would that have been a good idea, Glenda? At the Fish Fry in T952 we got our first taste of what it was going to be like to be freshmen. We were painted with lipstick, made fun of, and treated terribly. The girls who ioined Sunshine were given in- structions as to what to wear on initiation day at school. What a con- glomeration! Luckily, Mr. Cassidy, our principal, was absent that day. A pair of twins, Doris and Phyllis Dyer, joined our class this year. The Sunshine Society held a volley ball tournament, andlwe freshmen girls won. As sophomores we looked forward to painting the oncoming crop of green freshies at the Fish Fry. This year we also strutted around proudly in our blue and gray class sweaters, the prettiest New Market had ever seen. Our class was really grown-up now. Some of the boys even had driver's licenses. As we continued to climb the ladder of education, we found our- selves in the iunior spotlight. Of course, the big thing this year was getting our class rings. Nevertheless, some classmates didn't keep them very long! Aided by the wonderful directing of Mrs. Wray, we pre- sented our play, "Moonlight and Applesauce," on April Fool's Day, but it surely was no ioke. We were very pleased to have a sell-out on tickets. As iuniors it was our pleasure to hold a reception in honor of the seniors. lt was held at Old Trail Inn with Colonial Days as our theme carried out in the decorations. After dinner Gene Patton and his band provided music for dancing. We had worked hard on the reception and were rewarded by a great many compliments. September, l955, started the school year with our class as seniors. On October l we presented our play, "Kicked Out of College." On December l we gave a chicken supper to secure funds for our trip to New York after graduation. Plans for the Annual have already been started, and all graduation plans are in action. We wish to thank our parents, teachers, and all the people who have made our school days happy and our education possible. 51-.g j ,4 z"o'w.. .X X 'bg 5 . ,, . 3, ,- Page Fourteen



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I, Lyle Quigg, will my police pull to Dean Williams. l, Bob Deck, will a permanent seat in the Senior Room to Dan Cook, who now has a temporary one. I, Kenneth Kincaid, will my love for library books to the whole student body. We, the Class of 1956, will Mr. King a bottle of hair restorer. We, the Class of 1956, will our sponsors, Mrs. McCarthy and Mr. Douglas, good luck and best wishes with the Class of 1960. We, the Class of 1956, will Mr. Wilson a bright red Contour chair. We, the Class of 1956, will Mr. DeBusk a supply of "growing pills" for his Junior High basketball team. We, the Class of 1956, will Mr. Milligan a space ship to take his science class on field trips. We, the Class of 1956, will Mrs. Hall a quiet, undisturbed library and the student body another social corner to take its place. We, the Class of 1956, will Mrs. Wray a quiet, intelligent speech class. We, the Class of 1956, will Mrs. Quigg a robot to count the school money for her. We, the Class of 1956, will Mr. Bucklew a magic wand to wave at his band. We, the Class of 1956, will Mrs. Hulbert a good time in the Senior Room next year. We, the Class of 1956, will our Senior Room and all the excitement that goes with it to the iuniors, our abounding intellect to the sopho- mores, our ability to endure the perturbing classes to the freshmen, and our exuberant rowdiness to the Junior High. We, the Class of 1956, will Mr. Young a simplified health book. Attorneys: Mrs. McCarthy Mr. Douglas Witnesses: Sandra Powers Rachel Young Larry Gentry Lyle Quigg THE SENIOR CLASS Page Sixteen

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