The Revue

. ~ pubusnr:!. by ihe Senior Class of
Lmton Stockton Hlqh School
1943
Brave lads, you left your home and friends
To fight a battle that you did not cause,
To free the world for future lives of men.
Brave lads, do you remember school
And plays and games and parties In the past,
Where fun and folly was the only rule?
Brave lads, this book is meant for you.
Your strength and courage and your faith in God
Are praised by boys and girls of Red and Blue.
-Lela Rose Hinman.
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These buildings, symbolic of higher education, sholl
always remind us of happy hours spent in the pursuit
of knowledge and in the formation of fr iendships Old
Glory, fl ying high above the entrance, symboli zes that
freedom so deor to the heorts of the boys and gir ls
of this United States- the freedom that is being pro-
tec ted by the boys to whom thi s book is dedicated.
JERE O. GOODMAN, Superintendent-Principal
Indiana Central Coll ege A.B.
Indiana State Teachers Coll ege M.S
Butler University
Indiana Universi ty
Any Senior shou ld be proud to be a member of the Class of
1943. This class has proved to be capable leaders in Linton-
Stackton High Schaol through a trying year of war effort. The
entire school personnel, inc luding teachers and pupils, has shown
remarkable abi lity to develop an integrate program towa rd the
war effart with donations to Red Cross, Community Chest Fund,
Tubercu losis Association, as well as collecting tons of scrap metal
and purchasing approximately $5,000.00 worth of war stamps
and bonds. Physical fi tness and refresher ma thema tic programs
have been added tasks, but cheerfUlly accepted by our pat ri otic
Juniors and Seniors.
Sincere compliments are certainly in order for the Class of 1943
- Jere O. Goodman.
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The Senior Closs of 1943 wishes to express its appreciation
j-o the members of the School Board- these men who have mode
possible the manv improvements in our school and its surroundings.
To Mr Goodman, our Superintendent-Principal , for his numer-
ous efforts and accomplishments in procuring for the students a
better understanding between the pupils and their advisors, and
for hi s work in sponsoring our closs, we are especially grateful.
We wish to express our gratitude to our faculty for the advice
and guidance they have given us toward our future success. Our
most sincere gratification goes to Miss Phillips who has worked
so constantly to help make possible this annual .
- The Senior Closs.
1' .l e Selloot BORrd
ANDRE,V HUMPHREYS
Ploes ic1 elnt
GUY :MOSS
Secreta)· y, City B oard
,v. E. GROUNDS
Secretary, .Joint Board
STEVE STALCUP
TreasureI'
J. TIA Yl\IOND PO"' ELL
.Atto rn ey
JERE O. G O O D ~ L \ N
Superin t enden t-Pl'itllCipa I
FACULTY
E' I'J-IEL HEl'll11L-\l\-
HOY " ' ILLUc;l I S
AnlCl'icHIi
Indiana A.B.
G r a du a t e 'Vo rk
UIIA D. CLA
J-lcalth. Ph:n ... E d ., Fuo. hall Coa e h
Indiana Stat e Co ll ege R S.
F r anidin Coll ege
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Indi ,,,na St a t e T ea c h e r s Coll ege A.Dc
Indiana
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U n i ve t' s i o f l\li c h ig-a n lH.l\J.
Pu r du e U nivel 's ity
ETHEL OSMOH:\' E
Ill cvee
Fra nklin Co ll ege 1-\.. 13.
Indiana U nive r s ity .-\. I'd.
U n i v el' s i ty o f ?\[i c h i g-a n
I,ndiana A. B.
Col or a d o S t a t E' T ea c h e r , Coll ege
Indi a na State T eaclH' r s Coll ege
Colulnbi a U ni\'e l' s i ty Indi a na S tate T ea c h e r s Co ll ege
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D ePauw Uni ve r s ity A.B.
Indi a n a A.!\L
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Butl e r Sc ho ol o f Educa ti o n
Centnll N Ol'nlClI Co ll ege
lndi a n a Sta t e T ea c h er s Co ll ege
C. OHAL 'VELLS
Ilidustl'ia' ATts
Hose P o lyt echni ca] In s litut e B cS.
Indiana State T ea c h e r s Co ll ege i\1. :::i .
Indi a na Stat e T each e r s Co ll ege B. S.
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Indiana Ce ntral Co ll eg'e B.S.
Indiana U ni ver s ity
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Du ti e l' Ulil i ve n·.;j ty
Ind ia n a U ni ve n ; it y B.S.
Bowling Gr een Co ll ege of C0 l11lll e r CC
YEIIA GIIEY ANDE H S Oi\' LADS ON
IIHlus tl'ial A.rts, Ph;n;ical
Hasl,o:ctbnll Coac h
L ilJrHrian
D"P a u w A.B.
U ni ver s i ty o f Southern Ca liforn i a
Indiana Un i vendty
B.S. India n a Sta t e T each e r s
CL,\ RENCE CllE.\.GEIl
' "ut..'at iUII:I I AgTicultlll"c
P urdue U ni ver"sit:v B.S.A.
You n g-sto w,1l Coll ege
Education.
Coll ege B.S.
LOl S EVANS MARY ELI:f.AUE'I'H REllNS
HOllie ECOHUJlli cs E n S' li s h
Oakla nd C it y Co ll eg'e B.S.
B utl e r U ni ver s i ty
But le r Sc hoo l of Ed u cation B.P.
Indi a na U ni v ersi t y A .B. , A.nI.
Chi cago U niver s i ty
ilI YII' I' J. E illALICOA'l'
E lI g' li s h
Indi a na U niver sity 4.\']]'
I n dian a State T e ach e l' s Coll pg-e
Co lo l'ado S tate T eac h e l' s Co ll ege
Tf--lE OFF I C E
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!Sl'cr e tal'Y Lu Hu pe l' i n l e ndc n l
Dookkee pe l'
S econ d
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n t Sec re tar \'
::H a n agel' of Dook S'tUI' L'
Fi "s t Se nl e:-: t e l'
:l US 8 BARBARA H OL DE:-I
Sec.' e ta r y to Su pel'ilntelld ent
Boo kkee pe r
Se ln es t e r
nEHNIEI CE STONE
:-: lan t Secre t a
.\I a nag'e l' of Boo l,; S t ore
Second Se rnes t c r
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CUSTODIANS, BUS DRIVERS
Harr y L e F u l'ge
Hub)· S llIi th
E llIiI Stafford
D ice
Nor rhe least among those people who contribu te
ro the welfare of the students of Lin ton-Srockton High
School are rhe custodians and bus drivers. The Class
of 1943 wishes to express its appreciation for their
efforrs in making the hours spent in high school more
pleasant.
Joh n Byers Roy Dl' cdc w cg Evel'ell Pag'e
U-u:-:ty Ly nn Bredeweg' Irv in Beas le:v
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Student Counc il 1, 2, 4
Football 1, 2, 3, ,I
BaRk etba I I 1, 3, .J
Hi-Y 4
::;ta ff 4
. \l1lbil i OI1: COlll lnel' cial A.v i ator
t 'I,An A lIIAnl E HUllEll

St udent COllnc il 1, 2
4-H 1, 2, 3
Gl ee Club '1
A il ibi lion:
UOU 'rUORN'J' ON
V i ce-Pres id e nt
V i ce-Pr esident, Ju n i or Class
Staff 4
Ambit i o n: Pilot

In 1939 approximarely 173 "greenies" advanced inro I-he insti-
rution of hiqher education_ Havinq been fortunote enough to climb
eight steps of t he ladder to success, they were progressing toward
rhe final rungs_
As the advancemen r proceeded, several wayfarers sl ipped on
a step or tripped leisurely up- nor realizing rhey were halting their
journey_
Meantime, from one step ro rhe other, dreams of rhe Junior-
Senior Prom and graduation were forming in the minds of these
rravelers This inspired them to advance more rapidly
Finall y, the twelfth srep appeared in the clouds of success and
many eager hands strove to attain a steady gri p As this srep
was achieved by those worthy ones, they were given their deserved
diplomas, qual ifying_ them to advance up rhe ladder to their goal
of success_ Many wi ll attain this goal by joining the armed forces
and helpi ng to make it possible for America to stand forever as
II the !and of the free and the home of the brave" Others wi I!
succeed in vocations on the home front_
THE SENIORS
C LARI{
B lue Tri 1, 2, 3, 4
4- H 1, 2, 3 (Juni or L eader )
B a nd 1, 2
Sta ff 4
Anlbi t io n: P ri val e Sec r e tar ,"
HOBER' I' LOVELACE
Foo t ba ll 4
:Alllbiti o n: Navy
BORDERS
Golf 2, 3, 4
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4
Scitamard 3, V i cc Pr es i d en t 4
Sta ff 4
.Ambition: Politi ca l Stat es m a n
JJA , TEl .. n A. ill. DALES
St uden t Co unc il 3
Sci t a ma"d 3, 4
Gl ee Club 3
i Ulll.l ili oll: Sec retary
.IACQ,UELY.N ilIEAD
Band 2. 3. V i ce .P r es id ent
G l ee Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Or c h es tra 3, 4
Ambition: Mus ical Ca r ee,'
HERBER'I' ] J . SlIll'!'H
Ambition: A irpl a n e M ec h a ni c
1I1AUGAHE'I' HOGEIIS
4-H 1, 2, 3
4-\nllJiti o n : B us incs::;wollUlll
PII 11., GllJillOUU
B asl, e tba ll 2. 3, Co- Captai n 4
Golf 2, :l,
Hi-Y 2, 3,
Staff 4
A mbi t i o n : F l y in g' Cad et
FUANl{ lJAULIC K
A.1l1biti oJll: Fanner
NORill ,\ . J. DEAN'
G.A.A. 1, 2
4- H 1
Band 1, 2, 3,
G l ee Clu b 1, 2, 3, 4
Orc h es tra 1, 2, 3, ·1
A llI b i tion- j\'I u s i c D ir ector
LOUISE BOBnI'!,,!,
St ud ent Co unc il 1
Band 4
A m b iti on: Ste nographer
l'E'I'E SARRIS
St ud ent Counc il
Hi-Y 2, 3. ,I
Ba n d 1, 2, 3,
G l ee Club 2,
Staff 4
Am bi tion: Theater Man a.g er
THE SENIORS
How 1
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Uo'" 5
JJAUY J -l"\.1\' E F n l\ N li. S
4- H 4
G l ee Clul) 3, 4
A m b iti o n: House wif e
JIARION E. 'l'ISIJ (l)V
Hi-Y 2, 3. 4
Scita mal'C] 4
Ol'ch es tra 1, 2
Sta ff 4
.A lllbiti o ll: Ch c lni cal I:!; n g inec r
ROBEHT IIIJEYE i\, S
St u d ent Coun c il
Foo tba ll 2, 3, 4
Hi-Y 2, 3, Sg·t. a t A "ms
Ambit i o n: A ccoun tan t
'V. nOGERS
B lu e Tri 1, 2, 4
4-H 1, 2 (Ju ni o r L ea d c r )
A m bition : A irline H os t ess
!lI J\UY .'Al\' E 'l' SH-ANJ{IJI N
B lue Tri 1, 2, 3, 4
Sc i tamard 3, 4
,A nl.ob iti on: Arnl Y Nu l' !" c
EUGENE DENNIS
Foo tball 3
Anlbition: A irlines A v i ator
1I110W1H N (;
G.A .. A. 1. 2, 3
Gl ee Club 1, 2,
A m b i tion: M o tu c r
.JE ..AN ","-'1"1' 0
4-H J , 2, 3
A nlbi t i u n: l-Io u ::;c wif e
HEs'r E fl. JJUANNO!\r
Band 1, 2, 3 4
_-\..nlb it i o n : Secl 'e tnr,v
PAUl . GERY, U(
Ambi t i on: D octur
VEHNA LOIS llEGERUAj,\,
Ambition: Cl erk
DIXIE LOUISE
.Ambition: i\lal'l'iag'c
THE SE NI ORS
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S tud e nt Co unc il
Amb i t i o n : Phot ogTaph e r
;lI AURICE L. H AAG
Hi - Y 3
Bamcl 1, 2, 3, 4
Ol" chest r a I , 2,
1'-1l1 bi t i on; U nd e r tak e r
DRUCE D . A LLEN
St ud e n t Co unc il 1, 2, 3
Cl a s s P r es id e n t 3
A m b i ti o n : A ir p la n e Pi l o t
Jl E'I"I' Y LEE
4- H 1, 3, 4
U l ee C l ub 4

ILENE lil llllE
St u d e n t Co u'n e il 1
J\ lnlJ i ti on : N ur se
CHARLES CL AYTON
l\fachin i st
,' A I 'J," '''HITE
F o o tball 4
A m bi ti o n : l\Iarin e Se r gea.n l
PHYLJJI S
G .. -L A. 1
A mb i t i o n: T e le p h o n e Opera t o r
H A R Y CA' I'H E IUN E F RAN I, LIN
.A nl bi tion : Secr e t a r y
L E ON
Ci vi l E ng in eer
J( ATH I. E .E N O"GON:N OIl
G .1'I..'.\, 1, 2
4-H 1
N UJ"l":lc
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A nl b i ti o n : Na vy P il ot
LILJ,TE
S tu d e n t Co unc il 1
B lu e Tr i 2
G l ee C lu b 3
Sta f f '1
l t nl b iti o n: Sc cl' e l .u "lj'
Row 1.
lIow ,1
R on" 6
T H E SE NIORS
GENEVI E Y E B I CKNELL
H y m e ra H i g h Sc h ool 1, 2
B lu e Tri 1, 2
G. A.A. 1, 2
G l ee C l ub 4
Ho usc' \' ife
HILLY UAIJDI S ON
Go lf 3
Hi - Y 3, ·1
Sci t a ma r d 3, ·1
D"nc! 1, 2, 3, .J
Ol' ch est r a 1, 2
A m b iti on: V ice-.Admir a l

·Am b i ti o n : Mac h i n is t
PHYLLIS (PA' l"I' Y) OS H A
.Anlbi t io n H Oll se \\' i f e
HOSALJE
B lu e Tl'i 1. 2, 3, T r easurer
1, 2, P r es id e n t 1, 2
Bamd 1, 2
_,\. ml) i l i o n: Mode l
SI SI L
Am b i li o n: Na val Off ice r
ili AllY nOSE "'IIlGH 'l'
Jj III e T l'i I , 2, 3, St' er et a ry
·1-1'1 1, 2, 4
D allCl 1, 2, 3, ·1
3, "
::5laff 4
Ch emi st
DE 'I"J'Y O'HE R N
Anl bi t i on: Secr etary
It OSE ]-[I N
Sc i ta ma rc! 3, 4
U.A.A. 1
·J- H 1, 2, 3, ·1
G lee CJu lJ 3, i
S l a ff 4
HOll sewi f e
B A RnA Il A E D''' AJ:lIJ S
Anlbi ti on: Av iatr i x
)o) D'''I N D. ;lIADDOX
M.T.H. S. D e n vel' , 1, 2, 3
Ba n d 1, 2, 3, Tr ea su I'el' 4
Or c h es t r a 1
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S tud e n t Cou n c i I
Blu e Tri 1, 2, 3,
Sci tamard 3, 4
J-\...nlbition: A ccounta nt
'('HEI. ;UA
Scit ama rd 3, ·1
G le c Club 3
A lnbiti o n: H o use \vife
.UARGARE'[' DROGAN
S tud e nt Cou<ncil 4
G lee Club 4
Ambiti o n: Hou se wif e
O'DONNEI.L STRAHIJE
Ambiti o n : Ed ito ri a l ,Vril p,'
I(ENNE'I'H COLEMAN
A_1l1biti on: 1\lachi,nist
JJll.nREO ']'UCH:ER
A m bi ti o n: Bookkee p c ,'
IIE'I"l'Y JANE " ' ILI.S
Stude nt Counc il 3
B lu e Tri 1, 2, 3, P r es id e nt
Staff 4
Ambiti o n:
DONALn SCHJIl'I"I'
,.\mbili o n: Trll c l, D l'i ve l'
ELIZADE'I'H S,lRGEN'['
G l ee Club 2, 3, 4
Ambi ti o n: House wife
DOJ\'\IE
Orc h estra 1
St ud e nt Co unc il
Am bi li o n: i\[al'l'i ag-e
LILLLlN GRAYES
4 -H 1, 2, 3, 4
,Ambition: Bookke e p e r
LO'''ELL POPE
Hi-Y 3, 4
Band 1, 2, 3,
Or c h es tra 1
Ambition: Fl y in g' Cade l
\ ' IRGINIA ;lIAE 'WILSON
Blue Tri 1, 2, 3, 4
4-H 1, 2, 3, 4
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Gl ee Clu,b 2,
Or c h es tra 3, 4
Alnbiti o n:
Row a
Row ·1
Row::;
Ron' 6
EARL JIl'rCHELL
Football 3,
Hi-Y 3, 4
THE
·I_H 1, 3,
; \mbiti on: P il ot
1,rAll.JIE ( ;ORNE'"I"I'
Sc i tam'1I'd 3, ·1
G. A. A. 1
Band 1, 2, 3, ·1
Staf t' ·1
Ambiti o n: Pianist
SENIORS
HANN,l HOI.J.I NG'''ORTII
G.A.A. 3
j \rnbiti on: l\[a ITi nge
EUGENE COLE
Football 3, ·1
Ambition: SPOI't " " ' il e r
lln.T,
Ambition: Mac hini s t
'l'H'l' IlA FAYE 'l'lJ'I"I'LE
G.A.A. I , 2, :1, 4
4 -H 1, 2, 3, 4
Ambition: SpCl'etnr y
JlE'r'J'E .10 CALIJ]HAN
A mbiti o n: H o u se wif e
\VAYNE nnANNON
Football 2, 3, 4
1-\nlbiti on : Ra ilroad Engineer
.IAC.';: iUcGRIFFIN
Hi-¥ 3, .Presiden t 4
Scita ma rd 4
.Anlbiti o n: Ne\vs RepOl't cl '
I1Il.JJIE .JOAN HEENAN
B lue Tri 1, 2, 3, 4
4-H 1, 2, Secr e tary 3,
Bamd 1, 2, 3, 4
Staff
Ambition: Sec r e tary
JOHN ll. " ' ADE
Football 2, 3, 4
Bas k e tba ll 1, 2, 3,
Hi-¥ 3, 4
Scitama rd 3, .,
4-H 1, 2, 3, 4
Band 1, 2, 3,
Orch estm I , 2
Staff 4
Ambiti o n: P iln t
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F o otball 3 -l - R 1
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JIlI S .JEAN O'llEnN
1, 2, 3, Pres id 0nl
·j-H 1, 3
.\mhi tinn: Secr e tary
YIR(;INI. \ HALL
B ill e T"i 1, 2, 3, ·1
.. \nl bition : Euo){J.;: ee p f' l"
JI(!Ii:lNr\' EY
St llri ent Cou", ci l ·1
8ta fI' .j
.\ nlhi t ion: .T()lIJ>lul l i s t
II ,\RHRI, I. H E I N' I'.II!: S
Ri-Y 2, 3, .j
Rand 1, 2, 3 . .j
O r c h es tra 1, 2, 3, -t
Anlbit ioll : News P h otog-l' apli f' l'
E RNIE MAE I'HUDHO:lnIE
Stu ff .j
A nlbiti nn: Sec r eta !'.\'
ll E' I" I' E ANDEHSON
G.A.A. 2, 3
·I-R 2, :) , -I
AnliJitiun: F-To)'sf' Train er
1l0:\,ALD ROSE
H i- Y 3, .j
Ambition: A r c hitect
It OIlEH'I' JJ. FOST ER
.-\.mbition: A irplane ri l ot
l' A' I' AJ1)IPRmS'l'ER
G l ee C lu b 1, 2, 4
bition: Gooel Hou sewi I' e
HOWARD KLINE
Anlbiti o n : Bookk eep c l'
. r U,\ NI'I' A. lIHE DE \ VEC;
Band 1, 2, 3, .j
G l ee Club 1, 2
Or c h es tra 3
Arnl)iti o n: Gooel I--Iotlsewire
t'A HL E . REIN'I'.IES
l-\.nlbi t i o ll: :i\Iec hani c
TII'I''\ :lIAI1'I'ER
P.iu e Tri 3, -I
.\nlhilion : '".\ l alTiagc
) IAR.IORI E :lfAGHUDEH
B lue Tl' i 1, 2, 3, Sf'CI' f' tUl'.\"
·I -R 1, 2, 3, .j
G l ee Clu J.' 3, 4
A nlbiti o n: N Ul' fie
• EN-E '''A L' l'01\T
St ud ent Co uncil :1 ,
Hi-Y 4
,\mhition: La \\'.\' 0 1'
.I .\ (; K \"AL'I'ON
01' c il es tnl I , 2
_--\.111bition: Nava l Office }'
DOlUS liRE \'1<:
Sc i ta m Cl I'd 3, ·1
G-.A.A . 1
·I-B 1, 2
_\mb iti u n : N UI' se
HPI'", ll EHNI(' lo; MA' I' I-Il NA
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, ·1
·I-H 1, 2, 3. <I
Anlbitioll: T o 'rl' <lve-l
1, -Es'rE R.
A nlhiti on: B ig L eag' u e Base ball
MAHY ELIZAIIE'I'H JHHIDT'I"1'
R lue TI·j 1, 2, 3, -t
G.A. A. 1, 2, 3, .j
Band I , 2, 3, <1
4-R 1
Glee Club 1, 2, -l
Or chest r a
A mbiti on : l\Ja J"l"i age
IH.'UE M. ilfIlJ J,EH
G l ee Club 4
..•.'\ . 111 bi ti o n: D efe n se ,\Tu rke l'
P AU L E. BO\VEIlS
_-\ mbiti oll: ?\ I ec hani c
THE SENIORS
~ J n #ff£ntoriant
TEACHERS
Mr. Luther O'Brian ......................................... .... .. .. . April 20, 1940
Mr. T. J. Beecher .................................................. March 29, 1941
Miss Thelma Powell ........ .. ................... .. .......... . November 17, 1942
CLASSMATES
Guy Porter Hamner ... .. .. .............. .... ........ ........... February 8, 1940
Jane Ellen Bull ........ .. .. .. ................. .. .. ..... ................ .. .. June 23, 1941
Pvt. Leroy Bernes .................................................... October 9, 1942
"The face we choose to miss
Be it but for a day ...
As absent as a hundred years
When it has rode away."
- Emily Dickinson.
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St u d e nt Counc il
B lu e Tri 1, 2, 3, 4
Scitamard 3, 4
G.A.A. 1
4- H 1, 2, 3
Ba n d 1, 2, 3, ,I
Or c h estr a 1, 2,
Staff 4
A mbi t i o n : Bookl{oeper
n E '!,'1'Y I'EAIIL ROACH
S tuden t Counc il "
B l u e T r i 1, 2, 3, "
Sc ita m a r d 3, <\
G.A.A. 1
<\ - H 1, 2, 3
A m b i tion : B u si n ess Ca r e e r
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1IIAn GAnE'1' 1I1URDOCIi:
G.A .A. 1, 2, 3, 4
4-H 1, 2, 3
A m b i tion : Ar m y N ur se
DORIS H ,\.RDIN
.Alubi tiol1: nl al"l' i agc
BOD HARRE LL
A m bit i o n : Machin ist
BOD ICI'I'ZPA'I'nICI(
S E NIORS
St ude n t Co un c il V ice-Pr es id e nt
Foot ba ll 3, 4
2, 3
H i - Y 4
S t aff 4
A mbi t i o n : Spo,·ts Ed i to r
P E H S HI N G
'l -H 1, 2, 3
Am b iti o n: N ur s e
J UNIOR O' H E R N
Foo t ball 2, 3,
II 2, 3, 4
A m b iti o n: Spor tH , Vr i t e r
n EiUY L. V OISI NI
Band I, 2, 3, Treasur er
Or c h est r a 4
Ai nbi tion: Machini s t
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l!:LAI Nl!: ' ''RI GH '!'
Co l o r aclo State T e ach e r s Co ll eg-e
Ambi t io n: Mod e l
DOB D UNNI NG
Amb i t i o n : Lt. in ,Air Cu r pH
BY von: OF HiE SENI ORS
Best Liked Girl ....... Billi e J oan Heenan Bes t Liked Boy ...... . .. . . . ... Pa ul St eele
Most Athl eti c Boy . . . . .. . ... . . Paul Steele Mos t Athl eti c Girl . ....... Bet te Anderson
Ta ll est Boy ... . ... . . .. .... Ma ri on T islow T a ll est Girl .. . ... . . . . ....... Ma ry Bobbitt
Biggest Feet .. .. . .. ... . . .. . .. J ohn Class Clown .... .. . . . .. ..... . Bob Moody
Mos t St udious ..... . ... Mary Rose \ ;V ri g ht Giggler .... .. . . . , . ... .. . .. . Evelyn Harri s
GUill Chewer . . . . ... . ...... Bill McKinney Flirt . . ... .. ..... . . . .. . ...... Norma Dea n
Most Dar ing . . . . .. . .. . . .. .. . Remy Voisin Bes t Spor t .. . .. . . .. . . . ...... . . Paul Steele
Most l\{isc hi evous . . .. .... .. . Gene \Va lton Most Ha ndsome Boy .. . . . . .. P hi l Gilmour
CLASS
Augus t 25, 1963
Denver , Colo,
Tearby in Los Angeles we hea r d The Music
]\,1 aker s Swing Ba nd: :Maddox, Pope, Dean, <1 1](1
Dea r Mi ss P hillips :
432 1 Shady La ne th eir so loist, Remy Voisin, The ne ll' member s
are Bett e Ander son \\"ho pl ays a bazooka, Bet-
L have just ret urn ed from a tour of the U nit -
ed Stat es with th e Never- Hit ch Club and I
thoug ht I lI' ollld \\'I' ite to tell you a bout a ll th e
'-1 3', L saw,
O ur c lub IS 110\" composed of Bett y Patri ck,
O' Donn e ll Stra hl e, Ke nny Colema n, Rosali e
Fra ncis, Betty Roach, Lilli e Cunning ha m, a nd
Erni e P rudhomme, \tVaync Br a nn on,
and P a tt y Os ha r es ig ned fr 0111 th e club r ece nt-
ly to plun ge into the sea of ma trimony,
Dea th Vall ey lI'as one of th e fir st places \\" e
\' isit ed, Ther e we saw Euge ne Dcnni s, lI' ho
had a pi ck and shovel. H e sa id he was looking
for gold, In Maryvill e lI'e sa il' SIX of our
Ma rys, Ther e lI'ere a lot of L int on kid s in
]\/l a ryvill e, In a place ca ll ed th e Ga mbill a nd
Stee le Pool Room, J ac qui e Mead a nd her ac-
compa ni s t, Marji e Corn ett, \\"er e performing,
but lI'e r e tr ying to tra nsfer their contract to
the Cl a r k Coffee Ca fe, The Mt' tr o-Magruder
Opcra Company had asked them to e ntert a in at
th e a nnual Sophi s ti ca ted Barn Da nce held by
"Pompadour" Pete Sarri s, but th ey lef t with
us for H oll YlI'ood,
In Holl y wood \\"e Ill e t Ba rba ra Edll'ards ,
who IS no\\" th e a r t ist fo r the comi c strip, Su-
per -ca t. At th e Br oll' n Derby lI'e a te \\"ith
Phy lli s T a lbott , famous book criti c, She chose
my la tes t story , "Car eless Ca ttl e" and th e
" Di a ry o f Dola [mri e" as th e outs ta nding books
of the yea r, \Ve went to see the movie "Gabl e
Bl eve ns a nd Hi s E leve n Littl e Bl eve nses," H e
r ecei ved a n academy a ward fo r hi s out standing
performa nce fr om th e g r ea t dir ec tor of 20th
Ce ntury Fl ops, Paul Ge ryak,
t," Calliha n, 11' 110 passes out t he music, a nd
Ma rga ret Broga n, lI' ho ta kes up th e music, Bob
T hornton oll' ns T he Fir st Nati ona l Bank th ere,
Il l' empl oys an ,"one 1I' lt O promi scs to vote fo r
him in tlt e elec tion for president thi s fa ll. So
fa r It e has a one- ma n bank,
O n a ra nch in Colorado \\"e stopped fo r a
whil e to see Juni or Ba rnard, F r a llk Barli ck, a nd
Les ter La ug hlin , They had taken ove r a g hos t
to\\" n a nd fixed it up, You shou ld have seen it.
Two of th e s tor es had fa mili ar na mes, T he
La ve lda Ba les Hay Compa ny a nd The E nlnl a
Bra nnon F eed Stor e, O n a street call ed K lin e
A\'enue nea r t he Coakl ey Pop \-\lork s stood T he
Border s Car Lot. 'Mr, a nd M,r s, Jua nita Br ede-
\\"eg J ackson li ved south of th e Border s' , Ruth
Mat hena a nd Ma rga ret Murdock lI'e r e running
a poultry house, selling chi ckell s of all fl avor s,
In Chi cago we [ound a new stor e, Tlt e T ut-
tl e 5 & 10, 1I' lt ere Ge neviCl'e Bickn ell a nd Mil-
dr ed Tucker we re selling ca ndy, Betty O'Hertl ,
D ixie Mill er a nd Rita Mart er wer e selling
c011li c books, and Bob F os ter was washing tlt c
lI' indoll's , At th e e ntra nce Milli e Broll' ning lI'as
turning o n the drinking fount a in fo r tired shop-
per s, Acr oss the str ec t Ve rna Beger11l a n was
ta king order s fo r J ack \ Va lto n's custom-11l adc
toothpi cks, whi ch C011l e in sizes to fit a ll teet h,
J ac k is nOli' a milli ona ir e,
O ur next stop was T err e H a ut e, \,Ve dropped
int o th e Roger s Tea Shop a nd [ound Katy, 11' 110
has made g inger tea the popula r beverage ot'
th e Middl e \ 'Ves t sin ce th e dO\\'llfa l1 of coff ee
sa les in 19-13, Sch11litt, Sisil & S11lith a r e run-
ning a mar ri age age ncy on \ Va ba sh Ave nue,
Las t month they r eceived pleas fr om Earl
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Mit che ll , Paul Rus her, and Ge ne \ Val ton. Bob Ill ses int elli ge nt enough to pass the ri g id ex-
H a rr ell oll' ns the bigges t il ower shop in town, a mi na ti on \\'ere Bill y and \ Vill y McKinney a nd
spec ia li zing in th e "Donald" Rose a nd the
"O'Hern" Iri s.
By thi s t ime \\' e were getting homes ick fo r
Linton so we s tart ed on our lI'ay. vVhil e pass-
ing t hr oug h Sulli va n, lI' hom should lI' e see bu t
T helma Smith, L illi a n Gra ves, a nd Virgini a
\ Vil son. \I· ho own a da iry next to the " Ba rn."
E ugene Cole a nd Juni or O'Hern a re now th e
es tee med propri etor s of the "Barn," II' hi ch Lin-
ton boys used to like so well . Remember ha ll'
L into n a nd Sulli va n were al ways ri va ls In
every thing, Miss P hilli ps?
T he fi rst per son we saw when we a rri ved in
L inton was Kat hl ee n O 'Connor. Imagin e our
s urpri se when she told us that she and Betty
J a rmo n oper a te a boat-club ca ll ed the "Cour t-
ship " on a stripper pond east of town. She also
told us that Betty Jane Vl ill s, manages the
S nack, a da te societ y for lonesome hea rt s. It
seems t hat both places ha ve la rge crowds a nd
t hreaten to put eac h other out of business.
\ Ve a lso ra n into three "43" a lulllni st ill 111
a lpha beti cal order- Harri s, Heena n a nd Huber ,
A tlorneyesses a t law. T hey we re ha ndling the
case of Bill Maddi son, Jr. , vs. Linton Hi g h
Schoo l for dr oppi ng Bill y III into the swim-
ming pool during the contes t to determine t he
mos t bea uti ful childr en of gr adua t es . I suppose
you have hea rd tha t th e winne rs in the contes t
\\' er e "Herky" Jr ., "Br ui ser " All en a nd " \ >\100<1 -
c huck " Clayton. I t is proba bl y old neil's to
you, too, th a t Jack \ "' hit e won the beauty
meda l in Vir gini a' s H a ll of Fame.
I' ll bet you we re gla d to ta ke a vaca ti on thi s
s Ulllmer. Dear old Alma Mater has just fin -
is hed her summer te rm fo r A. B. C. degr ees.
The cour se \I'as ver y sti ff a nd th e three ge n-
F ra nklin D. Gilmour. F r a nklin 's dad is an em-
p loyee of the Moody a nd Fit zpa tri ck Post-\ Var
. Black Market Department Store. Zada Bobbit t
is th e telephone operator fo r s tudents' pri va te
phones.
E la ine \ "' ri g ht had lun ch lI' ith li S at K llI s-
meier 's Ca fe. She is societ y edit or for the L in -
ton Dail y Citi zen a nd of cour se keeps up \\' it h
the news. She told li S tha t P r of. ,Ma ri o n Ti s -
low ha d accept ed th e posit ion of pri vate t u tor
of J o na tha n Lee "'"ade. T r agedy struck II'hen
Ma ri on' s ri va l, Bob Dunning, atta ined the ex-
a lt ed positi on as Dea n of the Jay Bir d E duca-
ti on H a ll. She told li S tha t Pa tsy Armpri es ter,
Norma Per shing, a nd Norma At to have moved
to D ugger to sa ve wea r a nd tear on th e pa ve-
men!. Dori s Har bin a nd Di xie Goodma n have
moved to P leasant vill e for th e same reason.
H aag & Son a re los ing tr ade since t he di scov-
ery o i Leon's fo unt a in of yout h. She a lso said
that Robert Lovelace a nd Ca rl Rein tj es shin e
shoes in J ack McGri ff in' s Shoe Shine Shop.
Ma rgar et Roger s takes ca r e of t he sil ve r whi ch
is take n in . Dori s Reeve, r egister ed nurse, IS
ca ring for a hamburger th a t lI'as smoth er ed in
oni ons 111 Donie's D ive. P hylli s Lehma n IS
ha ppil y ma rri ed <Ind is li\'ill g in her old ha unt,
Bed fo rd.
Vlell , I guess tha t account s fo r a ll uf our
dea r class of '43 . The llI ember s of th e N ever -
Hit ch Club said th ey lI'ottld like t o see you. \ 'Ve
sur ely ha d iun in Linton H igh School-even if
\I'e we r e a littl e mea n sometimes.
Hope you ca n st op in Denver on your \I'ay
home.
O ne of your ex-st ude nt s,
H enpeck
T H ~ JUI\jIORS
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OFFICERS
JUNE STEVl'}':'IS, Secl'etary-T'reasurer
HO"'ARD J . KELLER, President
JO ANN SMITH, Vice-President
T ~ E JUNIORS
DONALD E. TRUITT, DORIS T.ANNEHILL, ELi\IER DEAN, JANET HARRITT, BURIL
ED"' _,\l{D LA ,V,S 0:-1 , ALINE HAJN AUT.
ROSEMARY GRASS, BILL BrULEY, VIRGINIA R. CLAYT ON, JOE F. BAKEH, .'<OHMA
E. i\ieCULLOCH, J.ACK WOODW.ARD.
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" rAYNE H. ,VHIGHT, MAHY HENDERSON, ,PHILBERT D. WRIGHT, DOlnS DRECK,
WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, HELEN GHOUNDS.
LA VEHNE WHIGHT, BILL LEHMAN, HUBY LILLL<\N G L B ~ , DON HOLMES, BETTY
LOU D.-\TI SON, TED TUHPIN.
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MAX E. BOUGH, WILLA LAVERNE GOODi\L<\N, GEOHUE PLEvV, ELAINE DUNCH,
OHAN REED, FLORA BORDERS.
Row 6
MAHY JANE THOi\L<\.S, DENIS JASTER, MARY EDITH JOHNSON, BILL HUFF, LOLA
nIRIE, SHARPE HOSFORD.
CLETUS GOODMAll 'l, ALBERTA BAKEH, JUNE i\LAHQUART, JACKIE PEARCE OSBOHN,
GLENN GIFFIN, i\£ARY EMILY HKWITT.
THE JUNIORS
JUNIOR S
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HAROLD RICHARDSON. BETTY HUEY, WAKEFIELD, DORIS STRICKLAND,
HARVEY lIIILLEH, PHYLLIS BAIZE.
PATRICIA CUNiNINGHAlII, "WARREN POPE, REBA GOODMAN, JOHN lIIcBRIDE, BETTY
PRUETT, JUli\IY i\IcGHIFFIN.
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ROLL.'\!l'lD FARl-:IS, THEVA ,VILLIAi\IS, lIIAX "WOOLSEY, FRANCES GOSHEN, WILLIA"i\l
R. LUCAS, GEOHGIA ' VELL1NGTON.
Row oj
MARGUERITE DOINIE, WARREN BLACKBUHN, DELORES ALDERSON, BILL LUCAS,
GEORGIANA GEATCHES, TOllIMY SHOUSE.
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LEROY PADGETT. RONALD CLAYTON, JIMMY TINCHER, FAYE CONLEY, TED HAl\l,
REVA GOODMAN.
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GLORIA JE.-\!N RICE, BILL SMITH, CATHERINE MORGAN, BOB LACEY, lIIARY LEWIS,
BOB FREE"i\L-\.N.
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HAROLD lIIORRISON, .-UIELIA CALVERT, JOE THOMAS, CLINTOIN YODER, BETTY
THOllIPS ON, BARBARA ROBEY.
Row S
MARGARET lIIOSS, BILL HATTERY, lIIARG ARET REEVE, BOB GILLAN, KATHLEEN
HO, VE, CHARLES BREDE'VEG.

CLASS OFF ICERS
President ...... ................... .... ................... Kenneth Kendall
Vice-President ........................................ Wi lliam Corbin
Secretory-Treasurer ...... ........ ... .... .. ............. Jean Strong
Row 1
DA.RDARA BEDWELL, HELEN BEMIS, SIMS, BARBARA HANNUM, IMO-
GE='1E R TCE, MARY ESTHEH ELKINS, JEANETTI;:: DUNNING,
M,<U1GAHET MAU1'ER, DELORES , VILKES
BARDAHA MURDOCK, 'NELLI E SHANKLIN, GEORGIA LEMMONS, PHYLLIS DOOHER,
NORi\IALEE H UNLEY, DORI ,' COLLINS, BARBARA PODISON,
KATHRYN McBHI DE, HENRIETTA POUCHAI N
Row 3
J OA:-.i'N.\ CAUR, BETTY VI NCENT, SARA GREY HIXSON, BETTY TIEK, PATT Y ALEX-
ANDEH, m;::TTY lTIFFI N, BETTY LOU CLARK, BETTY COAKLEY,
JOHN CURTIS, JOHN COHBIN, BlLL SPEAR, JOHN STEFANCIK,
JACK O'BHlillN, TO:lLMY :llcGHIFFIN, GENE INMAN
Row 4
DANIEL BOUGH, HONoALD DALE, EDWARD HARBAUGH, OTHO BRYANT, JACKIE
LYNN, FHED LAYMON, BILLY SIMS, CLYDE HACKLER, KENNETH
KK'1D.ALL, JACK WHEELER, HOHACE ROBERTSON, BOB T UCKEH,
:l IILLAHD POPE, HI CH.·\HD HAHH IS, BOB MOSS
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These are the sophomores, proud 10 have li ved
down the name of "green" freshmen. They are on
active, fun-loving, ambitious group who are eagerl y
looking forward to becoming upper-ciassillen next fall.
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THE SOPHOMOR ES
BETTY AL::; OP, JEAI.'1 STROI:-.1G, l'HYLLI::; l1USSELL, Dl1USCILLA SKOMP, NOIUl. \
McATEE, BETT Y VEST , PAULlNE DEN i\IAll'l , ' VANDA
GOODMAN, i\JJ.-\H.JOHI E A SH CRAFT
MARGARET MORRISON, JOELLA TRUEBL OOD, BETTY STEELE, MARY WILSON
VERA LADSON, EV]'; LYN S TMS, 1\ H.1TTA WEAVER, .JESSIE MELLICK,
M.\ HJOHIE LUCAS, BET TY HEHNDON, NOHMA i\IADARI S, JO,AN
MITCHELL, ALDEHT.-\ J .-\ CKSO:-.1 , EDITH H .\HBfN
CLYDE WRIGHT, JACK BED" ' ELL, WILBUR PAGE, RAYMOND FLACK, DEWEY
GAR NOC, CHAHLES HALBACH, CLIFFORD EDWARDS, ROBEl1T
STEI.;LI.;, BOB "-ELLINGTO:-.1, CARYL I-fli\IEBHOOK,
MET'!'A THOMAS, IMOGENE WOOUW.ARD
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LOREN HAMLIN, GENE FRIEDMAN, B I LL CORBIN, BILLY McNIK\Y, J UNIOR i\IOEHL-
MANN, MILLAHD PRITCHARD, DO:\, BEMIS, JOHN BUL L, CH .·\HLES
BED" ' ELL, NOAH GIDNE MILLER, HOBART COOPER
l\"' ot ill P i c tul'e
E LVEDL·\ DURRIS, ELIZABETH COAKLEY, OHVEL COX, DALLAS NUNLEY, JHIMTE
TANNEHILL, WALTER THOi\1AS, MARY ESTHER " ' AKEFIELD
TH E FRES H MEN
CLASS OFF ICERS
President .............. .. .. ..... ............. .. ... .. ........ . Tommy Smilh
Vice-President .. .... ......... ....... .... .... .. .... .. .. Norma McPhail
Secretary-T reasLirer .. ........ .. ................ Barbaro Goodwin
)L\TIY LOU PL,UETT, l '1;;(3(;Y CAMDEN, JANET LAUGHLIN, ,VIL)l,.1.. LOI-Ilt , JU.·\ NLTA
\I' ILLI S, .A YETII' D gOWNL='I C;, PHYLLIS MARTER, MARY LOU
T UCKEr: , WILHEL:lIINA THOMAS, T OLE DO SYESTETI
CHAJ:LES M.-\HQUATI T , FR.\NK ,VI LSON, J DAVIS, DETTY CONLEY, BETTY
LACEY, .IOAN W I LKI NSON, GENEVA WEST, EDITH ,VIBLE, VI RGINIA
TIEK, .r. .. GOOD\\' TN, NORMA WALTON, ROSE: CLAY-
T OX BETTY MILLER, HE:LE':-l HALE, T'.-I..ULI NE YODEn,
MATIJ ORIE ,VOODRUFF , 'McDOWELL
DOB L UCAS, FFtE: D TI NCHEn, \\'ESLEY HENSLEY, H EDIRY K I NG, HELE:-l :I[YERS,
"'ARY NEWKlHK, HOSE SCECI NA, HETTY PANKEY, D ELENA HOLLI NGS-
WORTH, WJL:\1.A H .-\GER.\U ·:'-/, JO ANN SIL' -EY, DORIS FTI I TZ,
B.I!; YEHLY LA\I-HENCE:, YITI GI NIA )JAY, YI OLA DAY"1S,
WJ.' T A HOLLING-WOHTH
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JAMES :licUHEE, KEIL\ / AN LOVELACE , DON BEDWELL, JAMES H INHAN, BORBllo:
JAME: S HAFFLEY, ANDREW BARLICK, RI CHARD WHIT/!] ,
TO:\[ DUDLEY, W ILL_-\"HD HAM, ELLIS CH M, B ILL HAS l!;j\[A N,
BILL (; EATCHES, T OMMY S:\llTH, 1'0.-\ UL TIEINTJES,
JOHN H ODGES
Good sportsmanshi p olld an ability to adapt them-
selves to the school program have made these "freshies"
a valuable addi tion to the student body of Linton-
Stockton Hi gh School.
Row 1

ROSE MARIE Tfu'l CHER, BEATRICE ARNAC, BETTE DA '-IS, BARBARA J OHNSON,
THELMA BEl\'NETT, RITA ROGERS, DOROTHY BAI LEY, NORMA
JOHNSON, PAULTNE PRUDHOJ\nIE
SYLVIA GOODMAN, GEORGI A BARRETT, NOR\LA JEJAJN BEDWELL, LA. VERA PAGE,
MARY HAWKINS, LOIS HOFFEDITZ, NORMA JEAN FRANKLIN,
G,YE ,:'·IDOLYN VA DEVENTER, BETTY H .-\'TTERY, ELBER-
TINE BURKETT, PHYLLIS TAYLOR, LOUTSE GAJ\I:BILL,
WINNAGEiNE TINCHER, MAY YATES,
n TH ENOCHS, DO:-lETTA ilJEDLEY
Row:1
WILFRED MADDOX, GEHALD REINTJES, SHIRLl!: Y OSBORN, Bl!: TTY PRIl!:ST, DORI S
FRl!:Dl!:RICK, ML\ RGm O'Hl!:RN, NORilLA Mc PHAIL, Dl!:Nl!: TINCHl!:R,
DOHOTHY ST.\ NTON, BOB lIIATHmNA, MAX
FRANK l\IlLLl!:R, nUE CROMWELL, PAUL GOSHl!:N,
HOBERT Vl!:ST
Row 4
PAUL STRIl!:Tl!:LlImIl!:TI, RAY SHONK, Kl!:ITH THORNTON, JOHN SPI Cl!: , HAHRY
GABBATID, LOWl!:LL BLUl\Il!:, DONALD T UTTLE, BOB Kl!:LLl!:R, Jli\IJ\lIl!:
O'BHIAN, JUNTOH Pl!: RIGO, J I.'\ CK OLINGl!:n, HOBl!:HT
Bl!:RNl!:S, CHARLl!:S BEDWl!:LL
N ot in l'icturc
l!:RNIl!: BALL, GILBl!:RT ,\THI GHT, Bl!:'L"£Y JOl!: LEHMAlN, CHESTl!:R SHONK
MRS. U N C L ~ SAM
(Senior Play)
Alfreda St rong
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Lela H inman
Bets)" Ross . . . .... . . .. ..................... .. Evely n Ha rri s
Sa m Smith ...... . .. . ...... ... . .. .. ... .. .. ... Bob Thornton
Theodore Smith ....... .... . ... . . . ...... ........ John '''''ade
P hoebe Smi t h ........ .. . . ... . . . . . ............ Lavelcl a Ba les
1\'Iar), Jo Smith . . . .... . .......... . .. . ... . ...... Betty Roac h
Mrs. Diana \ t\1 itherspoon ....... ..... .. ... .... Mary Bobbitt
Fern \ Vithers poon ...... . . .. .. . . . ... . . . . . Mary Rose \ Vr ig ht
Henry Long . . . . .. . ....................... " Jack McGri ff in
Na ncy McBride .... .. .. . ...... .. .. . .... . Cla ra Mar ie Huber
Carlotta Masoll . . ........... . .... .. ... . ... .... Norma Dean
Johnny Bitt ......... . . . . ... .. ... .. ..... . .. " Ma ri on Ti s low
Director .. . ..... . . ... ....... Miss Berns
Organizations
Blue Tri
~ i - Y
Scitamard
Student Council
Band
Glee Club
Music Makers
StaFF
The extra-curricular activities in Linton-Stockton High
School are so varied that almost any student can find one
which fits his particular desire.
For boys and girls who are primarily interested in develop-
ing high moral and soc ial standards, there are the Hi -Y and
Blue Tri clubs. Those who possess musical talent find Band
and Glee Club most appealing. Scitamard is for those inter-
ested in dramatics. The athletically inclined girl chooses the
Gir ls' Athletic Association. The Student Council is a repre-
sentative group elected by the entire student body to promote
activi ties for the betterment of the school as a whole.
ORGANIZATION S
DLUE TRI
"To f ind a nti de ve l op l he bes t in 1l1 yse l f, Ill y sch ool , a nd 111 ,\' CO lll1l1Uni ly. "
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DETTY STEELE, V I RGINL,,\ :'ILAE 'VILSON, EVELYN HARRIS, BILLIE JOAN HgENAN,
mu s ic c h a irma n, BETTY JANE ' ''' ILLS, p r es ident, MARY ESTHER ELKI:O<S,
HELEN BEMIS, R OSEMARY SIMS, VIRGINIA H ALL
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MISS DOLIN, s ponsor , VIRGINL-\ TIEK, NORMA GEORGIA BARRETT, SAnA
GREY HJXSO.'l , BETTY TIEK, BETTY PEARL ROACH, MARGUERITE
CLARK, dues tr ea s lll'er, MISS P HILLI PS, s ponso r , BETTY GIF-
F l.'l , BETTY ALSOP, DRUSCILLA SKOi\LP, RITA MARTER,
,J OAN SMITH, E :'IIILY HE' VI TT, NORi\L\. Mc -
CULLOCH, MISS ANDERSON, s pon sor
TItn," :1
SYLVIA GOODi\L\ N, MAR.JORIE MAGRUDER, s ec r etan ' , NELLI E SHANKLJ :O<, BARBARA
MURDOCK , BARBAHA ROBISON, i\L,\RY BOBBITT, MAHY ROSE WHIGHT,
r e port e r , PHYLLIS TALBOTT, v ice-pI' es ide n t, ROSALIE FHANCI S,
REEVE, -T un io r R e d p r o j eet c hair-
man, KATH RY . .'I ROGERS, BARBARA HAJl'lNUM, NORUA-
LEE H UNLEY, TREVA WILLIAMS, MARY SHA.'IKLI N
HI-Y
Th e ]JlI l'pose of th i!':i or gani za ti on i s to cr eat e, 111 a in ta in, alld C'x tl..'nc1 t hl' UlI g ll uut l ll e
ta.: huul and L"lHn nlllni ty hi g' h st a nda r ds O[ Chri st i a n
Ro,,- 1
J OHN ' V.ADE, v ice-pr es id e n t, .JACK McGRIFFI:O<, p I'es iden t, BOB FrtEEMAN, " ' ARREN
ELACKDUHN, HAHRJ;:: LL HEINTJES, HORACE ROBEHTSON, BOB BLEYENS,
ser g-ean t - at-al' ms, BOB FITZPATRICK
RfH,. :.!
:'lIn. CLAYT ON, s po,n s o r , BILL i\L.ADDISON, secr e ta r y-t r eas ure r, LO" ' E LL POPE, " rAYNE
WRIGHT, MAX BOUGH, BOB MOSS, B ILL LUCAS, EARL MITCHELL,
PETE SARHIS, B ILL SPE AH, MR. CHEAGEH, s pon sor.
Ru,,- a
HAROLD HICHARDSON, JOE BAKER, DONALD HOSE, CHAHLES BORDEI't S, MARI ON
TISL OW, B I LL BAILEY, BILL HUFF, PHIL GILMOUH, GENE
" r: ALTON, CLYDE " ' R I GHT
ORG A N I Z AT I ONS
scrrAilIARD
The purpose of thi s o r ga nizati o n is t o further dr a ma ti cs in Linton-Stockton High
School.
RO"1 1
EVELYN HARRIS, BARBARA HANl\'UM, BETTY PEARL ROACH, LAVELDA BALES,
LELA HINTMAN, RO 'EMARY GRASS, FAYE CONLEY
Ro,v 2
MARJIE COR·NETT, DORI S REEVE, sec r e tar y -treas ur e r , MARGUERITE DONIE, BETTY
CLARK, PHYLLIS 'llALBOTT, MARY SHANKLIIN
Row 3
JOHNNY McBRIDE, BILL BAILEY, pl' es ide nt, MAIUON Tf SLO'V, JACK McGRIFFI N,
MISS BERNS, s p onsor, ROLLAND FARRIS, ,JOHN 'VADE, CHARLES
BORDERS, vi ce-pres id e nt, BILL MADDISON
S'l' U DEl\' '1' COlJ?,' CIL
The obj e ct of t hi s o r ga ni zation is to coope r ate wit h th e fac ult y in promo ting wOl'th-
whi l e a c tiviti es in t h e hi g' h s c h ool.
Row 1
JO ANlN SillITH, PETE SARRIS, BETTY P ATIUCK, JACK W OOD\\r.c\ RD, MARGIE
O' I-IERN, JOHN CORBIN,
Ro,,- .2
MARGARET BROGL'\ N, TOi\IMY SMITH, BETTY PEARL F.OACH , s ec r e tary-treas ur e r,
GENE 'WALTON, P HYLLIS TALBOTT, BOB Fl'TZP ATRI CK , vic e -
pres id ent, EVELYN HARRIS, HO\\' ARD J , KELLER
Ro,v 3
i\lAX CUNNI NGHAM, BI LL McKINNEY, T OMMY DUDLEY, MAX 'VOOLSEY, KENNY
KENDALL, PAUL STEELE, pr es id e nt, JOHN M cBRIDE
BA N D
-I : Bar n e!'; , d irl:.'c tor , .Jea n e tte J) u ll n i n g-, .]oa·!l l\f i t eh ell , .Imogen e H. iC8, "i rgini a. \ 'V il -
'::;011, ]{alhr y n l\[cB l' i d e, Bar ba r a Hobey, En1Jna H es t e r Bran n o n , J-lI a.nita B n :'c1 e weg", Ba r ba r a
Robi son , Bell." A lsop, J ea n S t r o n g', Jacqu e l y n J\ l ead.
J :ow 2 : Howa r d .T. I{e ll e l' , RatTe ]1 H e in t j e s , Bi ll l\ I. a d d i sDIl , Luwe ll Pope, Joh1lln y Hod g'es, Nol'-
Ill ulee Hunl e,v, Clyde Hackl e)', Dor i s Fritz, DOl'i :-; J ea n ['ollins, I\ l a t'Y l\ [ a r g-ar et , Vi lson , Paul-
i n e D e nnlan , H en s l ey, Ger a l di n e l\I c Duwe ll , -\\'al t e l' T h o ill as, TIon a l cl Dal e, Roll a nd
FH I'l'i s.
n ow 3: Edwin l\I addox, 'l'ec1 Tur p in , F r e d Ti n c h e r, Y il' g i1ll i a 1\ l ay, Betty L Oll D a v ison, .Jinl I11.v
I-( l in c , Yvo nn e Bl' OWIl , B illi e .Joan H ee n a n , )J o l' lna l\ l <..:.-\ t ee, Beverl r J arn e Lawr e n ce. l\1a u l' ice
Haag.
Ho\v ·1: Za da BobJ:dtt, :.J"or rn a Dean, Lor e n Ha nliin, R i ta Ha l bac h , ]),,: ig- h t r!as t -
in g:;;:, Tayl o l', B ill Geatc h es, l\ ra.I\V Bobbi tt. D o n a ld B e mi s, l\l Ul'Y H e n d e r son , 'VVaIT e'll
P h>' lli s T a l bot t , Marji e Corn el t.
How 5 : Janl es J o hn ' Vade , ' Vill a r d Hanl , J inlnl Y Fart h i n g, Bi ll r i\Ia I' Y Ro!-' e
' '' r igh t, Ji nl 111Y l\IcGri f fin , Pa ul R e ilntj es, Vo isi n, ,' (' r a L adson , To III Ill y S nli t h . De rnHI' d
Bar ba r a Goodwin , P e t e Sa rri s, Gil be l't ' Vl'i g h t.
BERT J. BARNES
Director
JACQUELYN MEAD
Majorette
G CLUB
Ro\\' 1: l\Iary Jane F l 'anks, J\l a J' Y L. P ru ett, Yirg ini a \Vi\ SCl I1 , Pat Al' I11pri c:.:; t e l' , Cl a l' a 1\1ar i c l-Iu-
h e r , B e tty L ee .Jan11 on, Betle D et .J acqu e l y n nlead, Th o lll pf'On, Sarge nt.
R o \v 2 : Bar n e!", d ir ectvr , NOl'll1a l ee Hunl e.\ ·, Alal' b'(u' e t B r ugan, l\ l a l'j or i e l\fag l'udel' , .i\Ial'Y
E,<..;lIH' I' Jean e tt e D UIl1Ilill g-, .l\lal'gi e O'f:l l' J'Il, B i c knell , B e t ty G i ff in, 1n10-
gell e Ri cE', l\i eBJ'icl e, D el o l 'es \Vilkt:'::'i, Dorothy Bail ey, l 'ro l'lna Johnso n , Gen eva " res t,
Dori :-; Fr ed eri c k, Dori s D I' eel" pi a ni s l.
R u \" :3 : , - il' g ini a nU:-:ise ll , Duri s \ Vitnnage n e Tinc h e r , B ev erl y J a n e Lawr e nce,
Bobbi tt , H e nd e l'S(Hl, Pat ri c ia C Uillling h a nl , L e la I-linnlan, Nor nl a. Dea n , lN o J'lTl a
I , J oan Mi tc h ell , rh,\'l1 i s '1' a)' l o r , Ger a l d ; n e :'II cDuwel1.
BAJ\" D
:;\ [1'. Barn es, p ia no; T e d Turpin, Edwin l\I addox, saxoph o ll e::; ; B ill l'IIaddiso n , c lari'net ; Don Benli s,
tl'OllliJ o ll e; Lowe ll Pope, dr ulll s; B ill I-Ia selllall , 'TOllllllY S lllith, l\[cG l'i f fin , R e nl Y Voi s in,
tru mp et s,
T H ~ STAFF
Th is book represents an idea l of the Class of 1943. Yes terday it was a
jumbl e of ideas - now it s tands as a reminder of p leasant days spent in
Linton-Stockton H igh School.
The staff wi s hes to ext end it s tha nks to a ll those who helped lo make
poss ible th e publ icat ion of th e Rente of 1943.
Editors- in-Chi ef .... . ..... . .. .. Bob T hornt Oll. Charl es Dorders
Bus iness Manager s .. . ........ . Billi e Heenan. P hy lli s Talbott
Literary Editors ..... .. ........ Betty Jane 'Nill s. Lela H inman
Department Ed i lors l\Iary Rose INright . Marguer ite Clark:.
Marji e Cornett, E nie IvIae Prudhomme
Spor ts E ditors .. ... . ......... . . Bob Fitzpatrick, John l iVade
P icture Editor s Pete Sa rri s, Mar ion T islolV
Li ll ie CUllningham. Barbara Ed\\'a rds
Art Editors ..... . ...... .. ... .. lli ll McKinn ey. P hil Gilmour
E ng li s h Critic ........... .... . . l\Ii ss Anderson
Sponsors
Engraver and Make up
Photographer
Mr. Good man. IVIi ss Philli ps
Terre Haut e Engraving Company
Mart in P hoto Shop
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Th e Rotar y Ci ti ze n s hip Awards are
g i Yen to the seni ol' boy a nd g-ir l w ho
ha ve, durin g th eir hi g h school yea r s,
appr oa c h ed n e a r est t o t h e id ea l of e iti-
7. en siJip, based upon: chara cter, phy-
s iqu e, schol a r ship, attitude, per sonal-
ity, a nd C0l1ll11u'nit y spirit.
Th e " Jaycee" a wards a r e gTan t e d by
th e L in ton Junior Cha lnbe r of COlll-
11181' ce t o th e outstanding pl ayer in
ea c h of t he 1l1 a jOl' sports. These award s
a r e based upon: a tt i tude, sp ort S111 a n -
s hip, aptit ud e, and lhe abilit y t o p l ay
th e g ame.
HONORS
Th e (Anl e ri can Le g io n A , ,, ard is pr e -
sented by th e Fl'anh Courtney . Aln er-
i ean L e g ion P os t t o th e s tud e nt w h o
h as atta in ed th e hi g h est schol as ti c
r ecord during' hi s hi g h school ca r eer.
TO WI--lO
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F r a n c i s. Smi t h . 3- Ph y lli s T a lbott. 4- Bi l l M cKi n n ey . 5-Th.'"r"
Faye Tuttl e . 6-"! Ua J'Y Ro.se ",Vl' i g- h t . 7-Ri ta 8-n'Ii lli e BrowIlling-. f) - I I'i f-; O'Henn .
lO- V ir g ini a l\lae 'Vilson. II-Lela H innl a n. 12- Eug' en e D enni s. TI og-el' !-'.
14 - Lillian Graves. 15-"ful'i on 'r i s l o w, IG-Jo hn 'Vade. a nd Enl nl C:.l Bran-non.
] 8-l',,To rnla Atto . lLl-Lave l da Ba l es. 20-1\! a l"Y Frankl i n . 21-Dixie GoodnulIll. 22-Zada
a nd Mar y Bo.bbitt. 23-Nor m a Dea.n. 2,j - V erna Beg"el'llla n. 25-M a r g ll erit e Cl a rk. 26-
D c tt.,· R oach. 27-i\[al' y Margar et 28-Ear l and V el'llOl1 Mitch ell. 2n-Cl a r a Mari e
H ube r. 30-Doris R e eve. 31- Ev e l y n Hal'ri s . 32-EI'ni e :i\Iae P ru dhollllll e. Sarri s .
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R e v. Baldridge aid ed Coach " ' illi a ms
dUl' in g the season and hi s assi stance
was very JllllC h appr ecia ted.
COACH WILLIAMS
Coach ' Vi lli a nl s b CCa lll e a 1l1 e lll-
be l' o r lh e coachin g Htuff at Lintu n -
S tuc kt on High Sc h oo l in 1933 . In 1Hl
he was 1110ved up to h ea d foo tba ll
euac h a nd jill 1 n'12, h is second year a s
h e ad cua c h , h e pruduce d th e team l h al
won th e 'Vaba:-; h Va ll ey C'ha lnpion::; hip.
FOOTBALL
JOI-J N WADE
Tac kl e
BOD BLEYENS
Cen l eI'
ALL-VALLEY MEN
C APTAIN gAUL ST EEL);;
A ll Yall ey T eam
A ll St at e Second T ea m
JOHN ' VADE
,All \ Ta ll e;v Ten tll
BOB BLEVENS
A ll Val l ey Second T eam
ELMETI DE,',N
E nd
J)X:-.IIEL BOUGH
Tacld t:!
rAUL STEELE
Quart e rbac k
JACK'VOOJY\v_,U-:U
Hal fiJack
JACK -WHITE
Gual'd
BOB
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Th e Tribune - Star Truph,"
pr esen ted to the ,'\' a hash Val-
l ey Foo tball Ch a m p i o n s,
]JOB l : I LLAN
Guard
H ATI\-EY n 1lLLI';!
F ull bac k
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FOOTBALL
JOE BAKElt M.IX WOOLSEY GLENN GIFFIN ~ ' O M M Y SHOUSE
Tac kl e H a l fba c k Fullback G u a rd
THE SCHEDULE
Sept. 4-Linton 40 Plainfield 0
Sept. ll- Linton 7 T ech (Terr e Haute) 6
Sept. 24-Linton 19 Garfield 21
Oct. 2- Linton 13 Boonville 7
Oct. 9-Linton 46 Vlorthington 0
Oct. 16---Linton 26 Vincennes 12
Oct. 21- Linton 20 Brazil 6
Nov. 2-Linton 6 Bloomington 0
Nov. 6- Linton 26 Bicknell 20
No\,. 11- Linton 7 Sullivan 7
,Von 8, Los t 1, T ied 1.
,VAnnEN POPE
Guard
J UNI Ol1 U'HEHN
Halfbac k
HAltOLD i\l0l1l:IS0N
Guard
EUCENE COLE
End
FOOTBALL
TI u w 1: Jo hn Cur t i s, Bob Lucas, H a rl',\' Gabba rd, Gen e In III HJIl , Cl y de " ' ri g h t, Cal'yl Hinl e bl' ou k,
\Vill a rd H a l11 , P a ul G os il en , Noail Mill er , '1' 0 111111)' Duell e)' ,
How 2 : Ro be rt B e rn e s , H a ro ld l'Io l'l'i sOIl , :Jo hn S nli l h, J oe B akel', .Ha ro ld ni C' ha rdson. Bo b T":': e l-
I eI' , \Vilblll ' Pag'e, J o lm Stefanc ik. \ V inifr ed Ba i ze, D u n a ld Tuttl e,
n ow 3 : Gl e nn G i ff in, B ob F itzpa tl'i <: I" J uhn 1rcjj l'ic1 e, P a ul St eel e, )\Ia x nobe t't L ove-
l ace, \ ·Vane n P o pe, B ill Huf f, Earl Mitc il e ll , .la c k \Vuudwa r c1.
R ow -I : Elnl er ])ean, '1' 0 111111 ,\' Eug ene Col c, Ol'a n H eed, .1 6 hn \'· adc, Bu h G illall ,
l\lill er , Jac k 'Yhil t', Bob B l evens, Juni or O' H e 1'B.
FRANKIE COAKLEY
Franki e lI'as the wa t er boy for (h e
footba ll tea m,
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BILLY DRACKETT
BASKETBALL
MR. LADSON
Coach Garla nd Ladson came t o Linton-
Stockton High School in 1940 t o coach the
basketball team. Prior to that time he
coached th e L inton Junior H igh School
t eam.
Hi s t,yO years with us have bee n ,'ery
sl1 ccessf ul, having \\'on fort y-two ga mes OUt
of fi ft y-one.
Coach Ladson is a former gradua te of
Linton-Stoc kton High School, gl' adua t ing 111
193,t
Bi ll y is the littl e lad who pushed the
Miner s' ca r out on the floor a t the basket-
bal l ga mes.
BAS K
Nov. 27
Nov. 28
Dec. 4
Dec. 9
Dec. 11
Dec. 15
Dec. 18
Dec. 22
P HIL GILMOUR
Guard
Jan 21
Jan. 22
Jan. n
Jan. 28
Jan. 28
Jan. 29
ETBA LL
THE SCHEDULE
Li n ton ........ ... .32
Linton ... .... ..... 28
Linton ........... .45
Linton .. .......... 24
Linton .......... . .45
lin ton ..... .. .... . 69
linton .. ... .. .... .47
Linton .. ....... .. .29
JUNIOR PERIGO
F o rward
Switz City ... .28
Bicknell ...... .. 27
Carlisle ....... ... 11
Brazil ............ 22
Lyons ... : .. ...... 24
Pleasantvi lie 28
Mi dland .. ..... . 19
Boonvi li e .. .. .. 36
; \ L ~ X WOOLSEY
Ce n t e l' and For ward
WABASH VALLEY TOURNEY
Linton ....... ..... 56 Newberry .. .. .. 29
Linton ...... .. .. .. 47 Lyons .... .. ... ... 17
linton .... ... ... . .48 Marco .. .. .. .... 3:3
linton .... ... .. .. .33 Decker .. .. ...... 29
linton ..... .. .... .45 Roachda le .... 34
linton .. .. ... ..... 34 Brazi l ..... .. .... .48
KENNETH KENDALL
Cen ter
BOB KELLER
Gu a r d
JOHN ,VADE
en te l' a nd Forwa rc1
JUNIOR O'HER N
For'ward
Jano 1
Jon. 7
Jon. 8
Jon 15
Feb. 5
Feb. 12
Feb. 15
P.-" UL STEELE
Gua rd
Linton
Linton
Linton
Linton
BAS K ETBA LL
THE SCHEDULE
Lin ton .. .......... 22
Sullivan ....... . 33
Linton .. .. .. ..... .41 Bicknell ... ..... 29
Li nton . .......... .43 Garf ield . ...... .27
Linton .... .. ...... 39 Bloomfi eld .... 24
Linton .... .... ... .34
Sullivan ....... .32
Li nton ........... .37 Switz City .... 30
Lin ton . ... ..... ... 62 Washington ..31
J UNIOR MOEHLMANN
Ce- nt er and Forward
STATE TOURNAMENT
.... ....... .56 Owensburg
... ...... .. .40
Bloomfield
..... ... ... .53 Switz Ci ty
.... 12
.... 27
.... =3 4
........... .37 Brazil. ... .... .... 39
Won 21 Lost 4
JACK vYOOD°\vA HD
FOI' , val'd
BASKETBALL
Ro w 1: Juni or P e ri go, Sholl se, T0 1l1111Y Dudl e y, '-Vill a rd Hanl, Cl yde " ' ri g h t, Bi ll j\lc -
),J e,\', Gene Fr ie dnlall.
Row 2; J ack \\'oodward, J o h n \ Yade , Phil Gil m o u r , Juni o!' Moe lhmann , K en n e th K e nda ll , Bob
K e ll e r , ) 1"" \ Vooisey, Juni o r O'Hern , Pa ul 't eel e,
BILL SPEAR
JOHN BULL
BOB MOSS
T he student ma nage r s ar e yery much a necessity
to the high school at hletic teams, T hey are the ones
\\'h o do all the \\'ork and a re put uncl er the showel' s
a ft er a victory, The "L" s\yeaters \\'hich the ma n-
ager s receiyed thi s year \yere \\'e ll eal'lled,
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G. A. A.
Row 1: I{at hl' YIll 2\IcBride, I ri s O'Hel'll , pres iden t, Ba rba ra R.o,bison, "rh Yl' a Faye Tut tl e,
l\Ii ss l\lc Do na ld, s ponsor, l\Ial'g- u el'ite D o.ni e, Non na "il'g- i n ia l\Iay, Aver y Jan e
B r own in g-.
2: A nl eli a. Cal ve rt , AIa ry Bobbi t t, R osenl ar,v Gr ass, Geatch es, Pat t y .J.\..J ex -
anclel', Be t ty P ru e tt , J ess i e l'l e lJ ic k, IAri tta , Yea vel' , Barba ra Good wil11, H e l e n Hal e,
"\'Vilh e lmina Th o ma s ..
Ro\v 3: n ose ::.\fa ri e T incher , R e ba Goodnlan, 'V irg ini a Cl ayton, po in t - sec)'et a r y , Reva
Goodnl an, T reva ' V illi a nl f-', t reasur e r, B e tty Cl a r k , vice -pres ide nt, ' Van da Good nl a n,
Ma r gar e t Moss, Ma r gar e t i\Iurc1 oc k.
T he pur pose of t he Girl s' Athl eti c Associa ti on is to promote in ter es t in gymnasti cs
a nd a thl eti cs a mong the g irl s of L int on- Stockton H ig h School as a means of pr omot-
ing physical efficiency a nd good fell ows hi p.
NORMA McCULLOUCH
ROSE MARIE TINCHER
DELORES WILKES
Linto n- St ockton Hi gh School' s yell leader s de-
se r ve much cr edit for the winning teams put out
by the school. It is an inspirati on to the pl ayer s
;0 ha ve the fa ns chee ring for them. T hese three
g irl s a re the ones ,,·ho ur ge the fa ns to cheer.
AUTOGRAPHS

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