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The Revue of 1952
Published by
the Senior Class of
Linton- Stockton High School
LINTON, INDIANA
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Dedication
We, the 1952 graduating class of
Linton- Stockton High School, dedicate
this is sue of the Revue to the young
men of our school, who have left the
halls of learning to join the service
for the defense of this great country.
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Administration
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O. L. JOHNSON, SUPT.
ILOE CASEY
Home Economics
CLARENCE CREA GER
Agriculture
WILLIAM L. HART
Mathematics, Science
LOUISE HEATON
Commer::e
WAYNE H. WRIGHT
Shop, Electricity
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ESTELLE PHILLIPS , PRINCIPAL
Psychology, Home Ec.
JOHN WADE
Soc. Studies. Phy. Ed., Asst.
Football Coach
VIRGINIA QUEBBEMAN
Glee Club
ESTA McDONALD
Phy . Ed., Health, English
CHARLES H. HOSKINS
Science, Track & Asst. Basket-
ball Coach
GLA DYS TERHUNE
Art, English
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School Board
PAUL LESTER
Treasurer
WILLIAMS GROUNDS
Trustee
WAYNE CORBIN
President
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JESSE HAWORTH
Secretary
J. R. POWELL
Attorney
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Secretaries
MRS. ROSE SPARKS
Rose is the secretary to Miss Phillips. She also takes care of [he coke
machine, attendance records, athletic files, all school correspondence,
and the Bookstore, which serves all of Stockton Township.
MRS. RUTH OWEN
Ruth is the secretary to Mr. Johnson. Among her duties are: taking
of the money of various classes and clubs within the school, keeping
the books for all the Linton Schools, taking care of the lost and found
department, answering the telephone and writing the daily announce-
ments.
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Student Council
FIRST ROW: Patty O'Hem, Janice Cox, Ronda Grabbe, Freddie Klusmeier, Dixie Booher, Joan Myers,
Wilma Tucker, Neta Luxton, Barbara Hubble. SECOND ROW: Miss Phillips (Sponsor), Jerry Rice, Danny
Brown, Joe Haseman, Jim Yount, Sammy Winters, Max Berns, John Penna, Jim Haseman. THIRD ROW:
Bill Collins, Jon Himebrook, Sherell Johnson, Jerry Wright, phil Akre, James Woner, Doug Corbin, Jack
Shelton, Bill Don Wilson.
The Student Council is the student administration. Its membership includes class presidents, club presi-
dents, and representatives elected from each of the home rooms. For greater efficiency, it is divided into
five standing committees. These are the Convocation Committee, Booster Committee, Party Committee,
Traffic Committee, and Noon Recreation Committee. The committees for this school year are as follows:
CONVOCATION PARTY BOOSTER TRAFFIC NOON REC.
S. White J. Cox J. Wright P. Akre Joe Haseman
S. Winters D. Corbin B. Wilson D. Brown J. Penna
B. Klein N. Luxton Jim Haseman J. Myers J. Rice
P. O'Hem B. Sahm J. Himebrook D. Booher F. Klusmeier
R. Grabbe J. Yount J. Woner 1. Shelton W. Tucker
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Janitors
JIM TROTTER
Maintenance
BERL MORRISON
Fireman
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ALBERT THOMAS
High School Building
JOHN BURCH
Gymnasium
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Bus Drivers
"'l1li
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FERD PAGE
ERWIN BEA SLEY
FORREST GILBERT
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Seniors
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The Little Rascals
HELEN BLAKELY CAROLYN HATCHER JACK CONKLIN JIM BRANSTETTER CARL WEST
WILMA TAYLOR WILLA PERKINS BILL SAHM JANET BELLAMY
EVA FISH BILL WILSON MARILYN HIGHTOWER DARLENE GREENE
B. RICHARDSON SHIRLEY WHITE BETTY WHEELER
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CHARLES TAYLOR DOLORES VICKERS
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OTIS THOMAS MARY GANN TILLE SHEARN SAMMY WINTERS
PAT TUMEY GEORGE WRIGHT SARA AND BILLY REYNALDS JUDY MAXWELL
MA IT A PO WELL PEGGY GABBARD EVEL YN STEELE BETTY HA USSIN
JIM WAGNER BARBARA LYNN ANN MUEHLER G. DURHAM
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Class Officers
SAMMY WINTERS , Pr esident
A rnbition- -Play College Football
President 4; Student Counci l 2,3 ,4;
Sci tamard 2 ,3, 4; Thespian 3 , 4 ;
4- H 1 2,3 , 4; FootbaUl ,2,3 ,4;
Bas ke tball 1 ,2; Tr ac k 1. 2,3,4;
Gol f 2,3 , 4.
BILL WILSON, Sec . -Treas.
Ambition- - Graduate Pr esident 1;
Sec. -Tr e a s. 2 , 3 ,4 ; Stude nt
Counc il 1 ,2,3 ,4; Hi -Y2 , 3,4;
Football 1, 2 , 3 ,4; Tra c k 1 ,2.
Class History
DANNY BROWN, Vi ce -Pres.
Vice -President 4; Student Council
1, 4; Football 2; Ba sketball 2,3.
In September of 1948, one hundred nine students enrolled as Freshmen
of L. H. S . We "Green- Freshies" lived through our Initiation Day and be-
gan the year by electing as our class officers: President, Bill Don Wilson;
Vice- President, Barbara Hubble; and Secretary- Treasurer, Shirley Moun-
ier.
As Sophomores, one hundred two started off the year with Janice Cox,
President; Barbara Hubble, Vice - President; and Bill Don Wilson, Secre-
tary- Treasurer.
When as Juniors we again entered L. H. S., our enrollment had dropped
to eighty- nine, We elected Barbara Hubble, President; Janice Cox, Vice -
President; and Bill Don Wilson, Secretary- Treasurer. We spent many
hours at the candy counter at noon and at the concession stand during the
ball games, making money for our Junior - Senior trip to Chicago. Some
of the boys of our class helped the basketball team win the W. 1. C . Cham-
pionship.
As this history is being written, the Senior Class of 1952 has seventy-
one member s. We have elected as our clas s offic er s: President, Sam
Winters; Vice- President, Barbara Hubble; and Secretary- Treasurer, Bill
Don Wilson.
Last spring, a committee, who worked during the summer, was picked
to plan this issue of the Revue . Our sales of magazines and stationary
brought us a profit of $350 which helped to finance this annual.
Several of our boys were on the football team which had a perfect sea-
s on last fall and won the W. 1. C. Championship and the Wabash Valley
Championship. Several Seniors will be playing their last basketball games
this season, and we hope they will also have a succe s sful season.
Our plans f or the remainder of the year include a class play and a
Junior - Senior trip to Washington, D . C. Throughout the year, various ways
of making money were used by both the Juniors and the Seniors to finance
this trip . Among these was a performance of the " Grand Ole Opry" of
Nashville , Tenne s see.
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ALICE RICHARDSON
Ambition: Travel with S. C. Band
1, 2, 3,4: Scitamard 2, 3, 4: "Jane
Eyre" 3.
HUBERT GOODMAN
A mbition: To Travel. Football
1, 2, 3,4: Basketball 2: Track 2,3.
HAZEL MASON JIMMY HOWARD BRANSTETTER DARLENE GREENE
A mbition: Housewife A mbition: Electrician Band 1,2,
3,4 .
Ambition: Learn to farm. Scita -
mard 2 , 3 , 4: Thespian 3 ,4; 4-H
1; G.A.A. 1,2; "What a Life" 2:
GEORGE MERCIER
Ambition: Become successful.
Football 2: Ba sketball 2,3.
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"Jane Eyre"3.
PHILOMENE VITS
A mbitioll! Make a fortune before
1'm 21. Scitamard 3,4: Glee Club
1; G.A . A. 1,2,3,4; "Jane Eyre"
3 .
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MURIL E. BLUME
Ambition: To Travel. 4-H 2;
Basketball 1; Golf 2.
ROSELYN McDA NIEL
A mbition: Housewife . Band 1,2,
3,4.
MARJORIE McGRIFF IN RICHARD L. TRIBBY EVA JANE FISH
A mbition: To own an art store. A mbition: To do the most with
the least effort. 4-H 1, 2, 3; F.F.
A. 1,2,3; Track 1,2,4; Boxing 3,
4.
Ambition: Nurse
JUDY MAXWELL HARRY L. LEHMAN
Ambition: Housewife. Scitamard
3 ,4; Glee Club 4; 4-H 1,2,3,4.
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A mbition: Marry into millions.
Hi-Y 3,4; Boxing 3,4.
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BETTY WHEELER
Ambition: Secretary; Scitamard
3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Tri Hi Y 3,
4; 4-H 1,2,3,4; GAA 1.
RONALD L. ABRELL
Ambition: See The World;
Football 4; Basketball 1,2, 3 ,4;
JIM PRUDHOMME PEGGY JEAN GABBARD RALPH ARGABRIGHT
Ambition: Live Like A King; Hi
Y 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3 ,4.
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Ambition: Housewife or Secre-
tary; Scitamard 2,3,4; Glee
Club 1,3,4; Tri Hi Y 4; 4-H 1,
2,3,4; GAA 1.
Ambition: To be a success;
Glee Club 1, 2,3; "Sneak Date"
1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1.
OTIS EUGENE THOMAS JANET SUE BELLAMY
Ambition: Electrician.
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Ambition: Secretary; Scita-
mard 3,4; Glee Club 1; 4-H 1;
GAA 2,3,4.
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JIM WAGNER
AMBITION: Money; Football 1,
2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Boxing 3.
GRACE BRINSON
AMBITION: Stenographer.
JACK CONKLIN JANICE COX GLEN DURHAM
AMBITION: Architect; Student
Council 2; Hi - Y 2, 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4.
MARY GANN
AMBITION: To go to Paris;
Student Council4; Class Officer
2, 3; Scitamard 2, 3, 4; G A A
2, 3, 4.
AMBITION: Travel; Hi-Y 2,3,
4; Track 1.
JERRY HALE
AMBITION: Nurse; G A A 1,2,
3.
AMBITION: Retire at 25; Stu-
dent Council 3; 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4;
F F A 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1.
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BETTY WHEELER
Ambition: Secretary; Scitamard
3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Tri Hi Y 3,
4; 4-H 1,2,3,4; GAA 1.
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RONALD L. ABRELL
Ambition: See The World;
Football 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4;
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JIM PRUDHOMME PEGGY JEAN GABBARD RALPH ARGABRIGHT
Ambition: Live Like A King; Hi
Y 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4.
Ambition: Housewife or Secre-
tary; Scitamard 2,3,4; Glee
Club 1,3,4; Tri Hi Y 4; 4-H I,
2,3,4; GAA 1.
Ambition: To be a success;
Glee Club 1,2,3; "Sneak Date"
1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1.
OTIS EUGENE THOMAS JANET SUE BELLAMY
Ambition: Electrician.
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Ambition: Secretary; Scita-
mard 3,4; Glee Club 1; 4-H 1;
GAA 2,3,4.
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JIM WAGNER
AMBITION: Money; Football 1,
2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Boxing 3.
GRACE BRINSON
AMBITION: Stenographer.
JACK CONKLIN JANICE COX GLEN DURHAM
AMBITION: Architect; Student
Council 2; Hi - Y 2, 3, 4; Bas-
ketba II 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4.
MARY GANN
AMBITION: To go to Paris;
Student Council 4; Class Officer
2, 3; Scitamard 2, 3, 4; G A A
2,3,4.
AMBITION: Travel; Hi-Y 2,3,
4; Track 1.
JERRY HALE
AMBITION: Nurse; G A A 1,2,
3.
AMBITION: Retire at 25; Stu-
dent Council 3; 4-H 1, 2,3,4;
F F A 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1.
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SHIRLEY WHITE
AMBITION: To get a man;
Scitamard 2, 3, 4; G A A I, 2,
3, 4; Queen Attendant 2; "What
a Life".
BILL SAHM
AMBITION: Engineer; Student
Council 4; Scitamard 3, 4;
Track 2, 3, 4; Football (Mgr.)
3, 4; 4-H I , 2, 3, 4.
TILLIE ANN SHEARN CARL L. WEST BETTY HAUSSIN
AMBITION: To be a nurse; G
A A I, 2, 3, 4; Yell Leader I,
2, 3, 4.
AMBITION: To be a bachelor;
Scitamard 3, 4; Thespian 3, 4;
Band I, 2, 3, 4.
RODNEY HAWORTH
AMBITION: To travel; Scita-
mard 2, 3, 4; Band I, 2, 3, 4;
G A A I, 2, 3, 4.
PAT TUMEY
AMBITION: Medicine; Student
Council 3; Scitamard 3, 4; Foot-
ball 1; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4;
Track I, 2; "Jane Eyre".
AMBITION: To travel; Glee
Club 1; G A A I, 2.
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CAROLYN HATCHER
Ambition: To be a success in
something; Scitamard 2,3,4;
Glee Club 3,4; 4- H 1; GAA 1,
2,3 ,4.
ROBERT DAVIDSON
Ambition: Lawyer; Scitamard
4; Hi- Y 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4;
Track 1,2,3.
JACK PINKSTON , DOROTHY DIETZ BOB "RED" MURDOCK
Ambition: To travel; Hi - Y 2,
3,4; Football 1,2,3,4.
Ambition: To see the world;
Student Council 1; Glee Club 1,
2,4; GAA 1,2,3; "Seventeen"
Ambition: Admiral in German
Navy; Scitamard4; Glee 1,2,3,
4; Hi - Y 2,3 ,4; Football 1,2,3 ,4;
Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4;
GEORGE ROBERT WRIGHT
Ambition: A Man; Hi- Y 1,3;
Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2;
Track 1,2.
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MARILYN HIGHTOWER
Ambition: Play My Uke Like
"Godfrey"; Scitamard 2,3,4;
Thespian 3,4; 4-H 1,2,3; GAA
1,2,3,4; "What A Life".
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ANN MUEHLER
Ambition: Housewife; Scita-
mard 2, 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; "Jane
Eyre".
FRANKIE LEE HENICO
Ambition: Athletic Director;
Hi- Y 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Bas -
ketba1l1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4.
BONNIE HARBIN RICHARD WATSON CAROLE "COCKY" SHEPARD
Ambition: Housewife; Scita-
mard 2,3,4; GAA 1, 2,3; "Jane
Eyre".
Ambition: Teacher ; Track 3. Ambition: Marry Joe Stalin;
Scitamard 2,3,4; Thespian 3,4;
GAA 1,2,3 ,4; "Jane Eyre".
JIM YOUNT
Ambition: "Senator Yount";
Student Council 2,4; Hi- Y 2,3,
4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3,4.
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JANET LEE JUSTUS
Ambition: Attend (MY) Wed-
ding Ceremony; Scitamard 2,3,
4; Thespian 3,4; GAA 1,2,3 ,4;
"Jane Eyre".
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BILL REYNOLDS
AMBITION: Engineer; Track 2.
SARA NELL REYNOLDS
AMBITION: Housewife; Glee
Club I, 2, 3; 4-H I, 2, 3.
WILLA PERKINS PAUL ELKINS BARBARA LEE RICHARDSON
AMBITION: To get a man;
Scitamard 2, 3, 4; Glee Club
I, 2, 3; Tri Hi - Y 2; G A A I,
2, 3, 4.
AMBITION: To own a big stage
show: Tri Hi - Y I, 2, 3, 4; Box-
ing I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3.
AMBITION: To get second
million at 21; Glee Club I, 2,
3, 4.
DOLORES VICKERS
AMBITION: To travel; Scita-
mard 3.
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JERRY WRIGHT
AMBITION: To sing hill-billy
songs on the radio; Student
Council 4; Class Officer 1; Hi-
Y 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Bas-
ketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2,
3.
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ANN MUEHLER
Ambition: Housewife; Scita -
mard 2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; "Jane
Eyre".
FRANKIE LEE HENICO
Ambition: Athletic Director;
Hi - Y3,4; Football 1,2,3 ,4; Bas -
ketball1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4.
BONNIE HARBIN RICHARD WATSON CAROLE "COCKY" SHEPARD
Ambition: Housewife; Scita-
mard 2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3; "Jane
Eyre".
Ambition: Teacher; Track 3. Ambition: Marry Joe Stalin;
Scitamard 2,3,4; Thespian 3,4;
GAA 1,2,3 ,4; "Jane Eyre".
JIM YOUNT
Ambition: "Senator Yount";
Student Council 2,4; Hi- Y 2,3,
4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3,4.
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JANET LEE JUSTUS
Ambition: Attend (MY) Wed-
ding Ceremony; Scitamard 2,3,
4; Thespian 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4;
"Jane Eyre".
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BILL REYNOLDS
AMBITION: Engineer; Track 2.
SARA NELL REYNOLDS
AMBITION: Housewife; Glee
Club I, 2, 3; 4-H I, 2, 3.
WILLA PERKINS PAUL ELKINS BARBARA LEE RICHARDSON
AMBITION: To get a man;
Scitamard 2, 3, 4; Glee Club
I, 2, 3; Tri Hi - Y 2; G A A I,
2, 3, 4.
AMBITION: To own a big stage
show: Tri Hi - Y I, 2, 3, 4; Box-
ing I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3.
AMBITION: To get second
million at 21; Glee Club I, 2,
3, 4.
DOLORES VICKERS
AMBITION: To travel; Scita-
mard 3.
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JERRY WRIGHT
AMBITION: To sing hill-billy
songs on the radio; Student
Council 4; Class Officer 1; Hi-
Y 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Bas-
ketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2,
3.
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MEREDITH COOPER
AMBITION: To buy a new "Ge-
ronimo"; Basketball 3; Track 2.
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WILMA TAYLOR
AMBITION: Air Hostess; Scita-
mard 3, 4; Glee Club 1; G A A
1, 2.
BARBARA E. LYNN CHARLES TAYLOR DORIS MOODY
AMBITION: Secretary; Band 3,
4.
AMBITION: Doctor.
RONDALL HUDSON
AMBITION: To marry a mill-
ionaire; Football 3, 4; Track 2,
3,4.
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AMBITION: To travel; G A A
1, 2,3,4.
MAlT A NORENE POWELL
AMBITION: To travel; Scita-
mard 2, 3, 4; G A A 1, 2, 3, 4;
"Jane Eyre".
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EVELYN STEELE
Ambition: Medical Laboratory
Technician; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
4- H 1,2.
CHARLES DONIE
Ambition: Marry a Millionaire's
Daughter; Glee Club 1,2; Foot -
ball 1,2,3,4; Golf1,2; Boxing3,
4.
BUDDY HEBB
Ambition: Naval Officer; Foot-
ball1,3 ; Basketball 1; Track 2.
PATTY MOORE
Ambition: Housewife; Scita-
mard 3,4; Band 1,2,3 ,4; Glee
Club 4; 4-H 1,2.
Senior Census
Girls Boys
Ideal Janice Cox Ideal Ronnie Abrell
Timid Marjorie McGriffin Timid Rondall Hudson
Neatest Betty Haussin Nea test Carl West
Studious Peggy Gabbard Studious George Mercier
Persona Ii ty Janice Cox Personality Bill Wilson
Man Hunter Marilyn Hightower Woman Chaser Meredith Cooper
Comedian Maita Powell Comedian Jerry Wright
Best Dancer Tillie Shearn Best Dancer Jim Wagner
Most Likely Evelyn Steele Most Likely Bill Sahm
to Succeed to Succeed
Miss Chevious Carole Shepard Mr. Chevious Jim Yount
Talented Shirley White Talented Danny Brown
Figure Bonnie Harbin Physique Jim Prudhomme
Pest Mary Gann Pest Jack Pinkston
Best Dressed Betty Haussin Best Dressed Jim Wagner
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MEREDITH COOPER
AMBITION: To buy a new "Ge-
ronimo"; Basketball 3; Track 2.
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WILMA TAYLOR
AMBITION: Air Hostess; Scita-
mard 3, 4; Glee Club 1; G A A
I, 2.
BARBARA E. LYNN CHARLES T AYLOR DORIS MOODY
AMBITION: Secretary; Band 3,
4.
AMBITION: Doctor.
RONDALL HUDSON
AMBITION: To marry a mill-
ionaire; Football 3, 4; Track 2,
3, 4.
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AMBITION: To travel; G A A
I, 2, 3, 4.
MAlTA NORENE POWELL
AMBITION: To travel; Scita-
mard 2, 3, 4; G A A I, 2, 3, 4;
.. Jane Eyre".
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EVEL YN STEELE
Ambition: Medical La-bora tory
Technician; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
4-H 1,2.
CHARLES DONIE
A mbition: Marry a Millionaire's
Daughter; Glee Club 1,2; Foot-
ball1,2,3,4; Golf1,2; Boxing3,
4.
BUDDY HEBB
Ambition: Naval Officer; Foot-
ball1,3; Basketball 1; Track 2.
PATTY MOORE
Ambition: Housewife; Scita-
mard 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Glee
Club 4; 4-H 1,2.
Senior Census
Girls
Ideal
Timid
Neatest
Studious
Persona li ty
Man Hunter
Comedian
Best Dancer
Most Likely
to Succeed
Miss Chevious
Talented
Figure
Pest
Best Dressed
Janice Cox
Marjorie McGriffin
Betty Haussin
Peggy Gabbard
Janice Cox
Marilyn Hightower
Maita Powell
Tillie Shearn
Evelyn Steele
Carole Shepard
Shirley White
Bonnie Harbin
Mary Gann
Betty Haussin
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Boys
Ideal
Timid
Neatest
Studious
Personality
Woman Chaser
Comedian
Best Dancer
Most Likely
to Succeed
Mr. Chevious
Talented
Physique
Pest
Best Dressed
Ronnie Abrell
Rondall Hudson
Carl West
George Mercier
Bill Wilson
Meredith Cooper
Jerry Wright
Jim Wagner
Bill Sahm
Jim Yount
Danny Brown
Jim Prudhomme
Jack Pinkston
Jim Wagner
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The honor roll is based on the first seven semesters work. To be on
the honor roll one must have a B average all through high school. The final
honor roll will be listed on the commencement program.
To the senior with the highest
scholastic record is given the AInerican
Legion Award. His name will be placed
on the American Legion placque.
This year's award goes to . . , ....
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Senior Awards
The Rotary Awards are given to
the senior boy and girl who rank high-
est in attitude, per sonality, character ,
scholar ship, and community spirit.
Their names will be put on the Rotary
placque.
This year's awards go to
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Prophecy
This is Myrtle Louella Parsons reporting on Station L.H.S. The
occasion is the annual get-together of the 1952 graduating class. Although
many have aged in the past 20 years, everyone is in a jolly mood, including
their dear old sponsor, Mr. John R. Andrew.
We have with us many well-known travelers of the day. Ronnie Abrell,
the big game hunter, has just completed an expedition along Eel River
and Coal City.
Pat Tumey, a well-known buyer for Murphy's, has just returned from
a buying trip out East.
Among our many celebrities, we find Tillie Shearn and Doris Moody.
They do a dual song and dance routine on Broadway. Their latest appear-
ance was in the Broadway Musical "Down and Out."
Sam Winter s, the well-known football coach at Purdue, is really
strutting around. It seems that his team has just won the Big Ten Con-
ference Championship.
Three of our very sweet, shy, and attractive girls have joined "Paul's
Follies." The owner is Paul Elkins, and the leads in the show are Betty
Haussin, Alice Richardson, and Janice Cox.
Bill Sahm, the nationally known inventor, has just received a patent
on his latest invention, windshield wipers for eye glasses. He thought of
the idea one night while walking home in the rain from staff meeting.
The Honorable Jim Yount, senator from Indiana, has just returned from
a jaunt to Cuba. This very famous senator is the one who has succeeded
in spons oring a bill to have a nation wide speed limit of 85 mile s per
hour.
Budd Hebb, who has just taken his ship, the "Round-about," on its
fourteenth journey around the world, is confined to his home with sea
sickne s s.
Glen Durham, the owner of the Cities Service Corner, has just an-
nounced the new prices on gasoline, 82.6 cents per gallon. Inflation is now
with us.
Jerry Hale and Richard Tribby now have large farms of their own.
They have the neatest and cleanest hog pens in Greene County.
Another of our very well-known members of the class is Philomene
Vits. She was the first woman to drive in the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race.
Having broken all speed records, she is now concentrating on air racing.
Ralph Argabright, the "motor bike kid," is still riding his "putt-putt"
around. Some people absolutely never give up.
Three of our young men married into money. They are Vernon Vaughn,
Richard Watson, and George Wright. Their wives were 89, 91, and 87
respectively. Something tells me they married for money. By the way,
they are now widowers.
Meredith Cooper, the famous auto designer and builder, has just come
out with an outstanding automobile called "Geronimo." It seems as though
he got his ide as from an old "clunker" he drove during his high school
days. Anyone wanting a demonstration please have all insurance paid up,
and be prepared for anything.
Robert Davidson, a prominent lawyer, has just completed a very im-
portant case. Rumors are that he will run for judge of the Greene County
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Circuit Court in the next election.
Jim Wagner just couldn't get over being manager for the Linton
Miners, so he has secured a position of managing the Linton Diggers
(aprofessional football team). Some of the players on his team are Jack
Pinkston, a star guard, "Red" Murdock, just a star, and "Curly" Hudson,
a star in the backfield. It seems these fellows just couldn't get over
football.
As we look around, we find five very happy young women. They are
Ann Muehler, Carole Shepard, Carolyn Hatcher, Shirley White, Dorothy
Deitz, and Marilyn Hightower. Ann, who just simply loves rich army
officers, is still looking for one. Carole, a United States envoy to Rus sia,
has just returned from a secret mission to Moscow. By the way, Joseph
II turned down her proposal. Carolyn is now a blind checker for a large
chain of movie theaters. It seems as though she once pulled a funny one
about a blind checker, so she decided to take the job. Shirley is still
looking for a man. If you see any rich, good looking, intelligent, and
mannerly young man, with a car, please let her know. Marilyn, who went
into the education field, is now president of Vassar College for young
women. It is a very cheap school, only $2,000 per semester. Just call
her if you are interested in enrolling your young lady -i n Vassar. Dorothy
is now a shorthand teache r in an Indianapolis high school. It seems as
though she carne to Linton High School with more shorthand than we had
ever heard of.
Our own little Judy Maxwell and Patty Moore are still working in our
local theaters. They are still selling tickets. Prices are still going up
($1.25 a head) .
Jack Conklin, the boy with many names, is now coaching basketball.
The name of George sort of took hold of him. He has a winning team.
They have never scored under 70 points per game and their average height
is 6 feet 6 inches.
Rodney Haworth is now the country doctor of Lyons and community.
He always did show an interest in Lyons.
One of the great technicians of the day is Evelyn Steele. She is head
technician at Mayo's Clinic in Minnesota.
We see some married couples in our midst. They are Mr. & Mrs.
Jerry (Bonnie Harbin) Wright, Mr. & Mrs. Keith (Darlene Greene) Ander-
son, and Mr. & Mrs. Frank (Janet Justus) Henico. They are all sporting
large families and many smiles.
Charles "Johnny Lujack" Donie is now head football coach at Notre
Dame. He is one of the most famous coaches in America today. He
picked up the nickname of Johnny Lujack in his high school days. He
was so named by our beloved coach, Roy Williams.
Jim Branstetter, well-known yacht and airplane de signer, has just
completed several models. He will soon start on a yacht propelled by
atomic power.
A new business has just been set up in town. It is Barbara Richardson
and her Crosley automobile garage and sales room. Crosley has just put
out a 3 - seated model. She seems to be doing very well.
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As we look around further, we find Danny Brown, a famous artist,
sketching scenes of the group. His supplies are from Marjorie McGriffin's
Art Store. She is doing a very profitable business.
Carl West and George Mercier are two more great inventors of our
times. They haven't envented anything in the past 20 years, but they haven't
given up yet.
Muril Blume is now the owner of the largest coal mine in Indiana. Coal
prices have gone up quite a bit ($20 per ton) but Linton High School is buy-
ing coal from him. There are still some complaints about the heat there.
Jim Prudhomme has made his home near Reno, Nevada. At the age
of 21 he has been married 11 times and divorced 10 times. His home is
very close to his business. He is suing his 11th wife for cruel and inhuman
treatment.
Bill Wilson and his company of actor and actresses have just completed
their 13th picture. Bill is now head director of the M.G.M. Movie Company.
Their latest picture is "Baby it's cold outside" or "Come' onna my house."
Maita Powell is now art teacher for Linton High School. Her methods
aren't so artistic, but she gets re suIts.
Dolores Vickers is now traveling with a women's basketball team.
Helen Walker signed her up the night they gave a performance in the Linton
gym.
A few of our girls married as soon as school was out. They are Rose-
lyn McDaniel, Sara Reynolds, and Eva Fish. They are now married and
they have rings to show it. One on her finger and one through his nose I
We have just received a note from Mary Gann inviting us all to the
opening of her new skating rink. Does anyone have an extra pillow?
If you have any clothes you want mended, take them to Wilma Taylor,
"The Happy Seamstress." She specializes in tea towels and handkerchiefs.
Grace Brinson is now commercial teacher at Linton High School. She
is now dictating shorthand at 100 words per minute.
Barbara Lynn is now teaching kindergarten. It seems she went to
college 7 year s and kindergarten is the only job she could get.
We still have with us our "Giggling Girties." They are Janet Bellamy,
Hazel Mason, Betty Wheeler, and Willa Perkins. If you want a good demon-
stration on a laugh, ask one of these girls.
Hubert GoodInan is trophy polisher for Linton High School. The year
1952 added so many trophys to the case they had to employ a full time
polisher.
Charles Taylor is now touring the country as a speed typist. He was
always 4 lines ahead of everyone else, so he decided to do exhibition work.
Otis Thomas, light commissioner, has just announced new electricity
rates. The minimum is now $10.00 per month.
Bill Reynolds and Harry Lehman, construction engineers, have just
announced the completion of two new paved highways -- one to Lone Tree
and the new super highway no. 23. The roads are very heavily traveled.
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JOE HASEMAN
President
BILL GRIFFITHS
Vice- President
PHIL AKRE
Sec. - treas.
JERRY JONES MARY THOMAS MARILYN THOMAS LARRY JONES
JOAN MYERS RICHARD VAUGHN JACK SHELTON CAROL YN CRAIG
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JOE HASEMAN
President
BILL GRIFFITHS
Vice -President
PHIL AKRE
Sec, - treas,
JERRY JONES MARY THOMAS MARILYN THOMAS LARRY JONES
JOAN MYERS RICHARD VAUGHN JACK SHELTON CAROLYN CRAIG
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HELEN MORRISON RONNALD GABBARD MARY MARGARET SAHM
JIM COLLINS JANICE NOLAN REX CAMDEN DIXIE MILLER
RUBY McDANIEL JOHN TUCKER JOAN HAUSSIN DOUGLAS CORBIN
BILL Y COLLINS EMILY LYNN LESTER ANDERSON
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PEGGY KLEIN STANLEY MORRISON NORMA MATHENA
LINDA BAKER ARNOLD MYERS LA VERA MYERS
WILMA CUVELIER BOB JERRELLS
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BILL TOM WILSON HELEN BECHTEL JERRY PERIGO
CAROLYN SHILKETT DA VID KELLER GAIL THORNTON DA VID KENDALL
DON PERGAL PHYLLIS GAMBILL RONNIE ROBERTSON SHIRLEY MOORE
MARY GILLETTE STEVE LECHIEN DARLEEN CHAMBERLAIN
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SONDRA WHITE BUD KLEIN CHARLOTTE FENNIMORE
JIM WRIGHT THERESA STEF ANCIK BERTHA GRAVES JERRY ROBEY
SALLY PERGAL JOE HALL DON CLARK CHLOE ELLEN FRITZ
MARIETT A HAFFEL Y
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Richard Baize
Auddress Enochs
Floyd Heaton
Jim Hollingsworth
Don Holmes
Paul Johnson
Leland Kline
Marion Laymon
Ray McCarter
Wayne VanHorn
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George Elkins ....... Vice Pres.
Sharla Gambill ...... Sec. -Treas.
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FIRST ROW: Jerry Flater, James Hugunin, Tony Cooper, Dick Baker, Denny Carroll, Wayne Hollingsworth,
Maurice Trotter.
SECOND ROW: Patty O'Hern, Greta Collins, Barbara Dougherty, Marilee Buck, Leona Duffroy, Mary
Templeton, Rosella Fines.
THIRD ROW: Elaine McGriffin, Betty Hubble, Kay Lester, Monna Duffroy, Nancy Withycombe, Joy
Gabbard, Irma Lemmons.
FOURTH ROW: Tommy Bryan, Kenny Maxwell, Bernard Haseman, Bill Rodenbeck, Raymond Hineman,
Cletis Alembaugh, Jack Peterson, Sammie Hollingsworth.
FIFTH ROW: Sharla Gambill, Norma Corbin, Shirley Johnson, Virginia Hamm, Joetta Sanders, Adrianne
Ham, Gloria Stewart.
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SPONSORS
Miss Terhune
Mr. Hoskins
Sophomores
FIRST ROW: Robert Moore, Jimmy White, Paul Peelman, Larry Lunn, Warren Robinson, Paul Stewart,
George Elkins, Alden Franklin.
SECOND ROW: Loretta Wright, Shirley Elkins, Elaine Ritter, LeMoyne Mathena, Erma Hill, Nelda Lovelace,
Peggy Wheeler, Janet Fitzpatrick, Joan Hudson.
THIRD ROW: Leo Corbin, Ronnie Wagner, Beverly Yount, Gloria Wall, Dottie Myers, Neta Luxton, Marian
Kline, Eleanor Witty, Diana Storms.
FOURTH ROW: Richard Villain, Jeraldine Hale, Barbara Hubble, JoAnn Pickett, Wilma Moore, Emma
Thomas, Marie Brovm, Shirley Jarmon, Geneva Wilson, Jon Himebrook.
FIFTH ROW: Larry Heaton, Wayne Gravemier, Bill Hale, Dallas Lynn, Ronald Templeton, James Stewart,
Edward North, Bennie Tannehill, Jere Landis, Wayne Lucas.
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Freshmen
Jerry Rice ....
Sherell Johnson
Max Berns ....
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Vice - Pres.
Sec. -Tres.
FIRST ROW: Michael Penna, Jack Jones, Bill Burress, Joe Goodman, Robert Padgett, Frankie Cox.
SECOND ROW: Shirley Hayes, Sharla Van Horn, Mary Shanklin, Janice Russell, Donna Pershing, Joanna
Jewell, Beverly Beverstock, Yvonne Lynch.
THIRD ROW: Carl Glass, Billy Hunt, Sherell Johnson, David Brashear, Ronald Daymude, Dwayne Vaughn,
Ronald Hobbs, William Powell.
FOURTH ROW: Cora Achors, Sonna Kendall, Ronnie Mae Knowles, Charlotte Lawrence, Jackie Sargent,
Jane Williams, Elizabe.yn Harroll, Bessie Cole, Hildred Carpenter.
FIFTH ROW: William Clayton, Don Spice, Richard Gullion, Tommy Utterback, Merle Helderman, Charles
Greenwood, Max Berns, Melvin Kline.
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SPONSORS
Mrs. Syester
Mr. Williams
Freshmen
FIRST ROW: Bennie Atto, Otis Felker, James Morrison, Kenny Hamilton, James Arnac, Wayne Davis, Jerry
Rice.
SECOND ROW: Shirley Bradford, Norma Fitzpatrick, Sylvia Stewart, Rosalie Martindale, lona Oliver,
Wilma Tucker, Loretta Schmitt.
THIRD ROW: Jimmie May, Byron Edwards, Elaine Tincher, Ann Haseman, Sandra Johnson, Wilma
Goodman, Dixie Greenwood, Shirley Heaton, Janice Hoar.
FOURTH ROW: Ernestine Aschcraft, Treva Scroggins, Donna Reynolds, Anna Mason, Carole Trotter,
Audrey Johnson, Shelby Clark, Joycelyn Sargent.
FIFTH ROW: Barbara Stewart, Nancy Lehman, Ronnie Barnes, Carole Underwood, Janice Buckner, Paula
Birch, Janice Heaton, Charlotte Gabbard, Joan Hunter.
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Eighth Grade
Ronda Gay Grabbe .... Pres.
Rosalie Markle. . Vice-Pres.
Roger Bailey ....... Sec. -Treas.
FIRST ROW: Donald Phillips, William Lynch, Joe Spinks, Ronnie Meurer, Dickie White, Sam Sherrell,
Ronnie Luxton, Randall Collins, Larry Gennicks, Donnie Spurgeon. .
SECOND ROW: Sharon Cox, Carolyn Hoffeditz, Sharon Mathena, Judy Brown, Freddi Klusmeier, Barbara
Allen, Betty Cox, Saundra Haseman, Nolamae Davis.
THIRD ROW: Cecil Frayser, Roger Bailey, Rex Stevens, Jimmie Woner, Danny Fish, Frank Jarman, Gary
Hutchison, Donald Ray McHaley, Leon Cole.
FOURTH ROW: Virginia Watson, Elaine Ball, Christine Squires, Connie Workman, Rosalie Markle, Jeanette
Thomas, Ronda Gay Grabbe, Beverly French, Dale Whaley.
FIFTH ROW: Jerry Murdock, Emmons Harroll, Charles Taylor, Richard Bechtel, Bill Burst, Donnie Baize,
Bob Blaker, Earle Stephens, Robert Geatches, Tommy Chapman.
SIXTH ROW: Wendell Phillips, Carolyn Hatton, Patty Flynn, Billie Ann Fordyce, Dixie Booher, Don Stark,
Robert Pugh, Bonnie Houchin, Bob Armpriester, Frances Lucas.
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Mis s McDonald
Mr. Clayton
Mr. Wade
Eighth Grade
FIRST ROW: Marion Graves, Jerry Hardisty, Dickie Jerrells, Phillip Meurer, Jack Bellamy, Ronnie Lynn,
Don Hurt, Floyd Cramer, Max Payne.
SECOND ROW: Jackie Heaton, Sally Angleton, Betty Dougherty, Violet Bovenschen, Mignon Donahue,
Jean Woodruff, Barbara Heaton, Bervely Sue Wonder, Sherrell Buckner.
THIRD ROW: John McBride, Dick Duffey, Herbert Stough, Jim Haseman, Larry Brashear, Ralph Witty, Don
Gambill, Robert Cullison, Jesse Storms, Jim Burress.
FOURTH ROW: Donnetta Phillips, Geraldine Padgett, Cheryl Richardson, Linda Myers, Ramona Rankin, La
Donna Reed, Barbara Reintjes, Anna Sherrill.
FIFTH ROW: Stanley Trusty, Ronnie Dennis, Ray Glen, John Ebler, Lloyd Hart, Fred Bledsoe, David Harp,
Jere Trotter, Harold Weaver, Darwin Blake.
SIXTH ROW: Cora Tendick, Ann Etta Souders, Naomi Ashcraft, Patty Burch, Deneane Fisher, Madeline
Hazelrigg, Anita Smith, Sara Ann Powell, Carolyn Sloan, Julia Kay Moss.
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State Contest Honors
LEONA DUFFROY
In the 1951 Latin I finals,
Leona scored 127 out of a
possible 130 points and was
awarded a silver medal.
PHIL AKRE
Phil earned a bronze medal
in the 1950 Latin I finals
and another bronze medal
in the 1951 geometry fin-
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The High Schoo 1 Achievement program is sponsored by Indiana University. Each year, contests are held
throughout the state in Latin, English, algebra, geometry, and comprehensive mathematics. For compe-
tition in each of these subjects, each school may select two students to take part in regional contests.
After scores from all regionals have been reported, the students whose scores place them in approxi-
mately the upper 50 per cent in the state take part in the final contests held at Indiana University.
The scores of five Linton students qualified them to enter the finals at Bloomington. These were: Phil
Akre and Robert Trotter (geometry); Barbara Hubble (Latin II); Leona Duffroy and Joan Haussin (Latin 1).
In the final contests, awards of gold, silver, and bronze medals are given to those whose scores place
them in the upper 20 per cent of all state finalists.
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Girls 4-H
FIRST ROW: Ann Haseman, Betty Wheeler, La Donna Reed, Judy Maxwell, Linda Myers, Sandra Johnson,
Julia Kay Moss.
SECOND ROW: Peggy Gabbard, Marilee Buck, Le Moyne Mathena, Anita Kaye Smith, Carole Trotter,
Mary Margaret Sahm, Sara Reynolds, Emily Lynn.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Casey (Sponsor), Carolyn Hoffeditz, Sharon Mathena, Jackie Heaton, Greta Collins,
Mary Thomas, Joycelyn Sargent, Sherrell Buckner.
FOURTH ROW: Helen Morrison, Freddie Klusmeier, Beverly French, Nancy Withycombe, Sara Powell,
Ronnie Knowles, Sonna Kendall, Elizabeth Harroll.
FIFTH ROW: Sharla Gambill, Janice Buckner, Helen Moehlman, Gail Thornton, Paula Birch, Marilyn
Thomas, Donna Reynolds, Janice Heaton, Rosalie Martindale.
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Boys 4-H
FIRST ROW: Shirley Heaton, Theresa Stefancik, Frances Lucas, Nancy Withycombe, Virginia Hamm,
Elizabeth Harroll, Rosalie Martindale, Loretta Schmitt.
SECOND ROW· Bennie Atto, Bill Powell, Emmons Harroll, Frank Gennicks, Robert Trotter, James Hugunin,
Jerry Hardisty, Larry Gennicks, Stanley Trusty.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Creager (Sponsor), Morris Trotter, Jimmy Hollingsworth, Bobby Geatches, Sammy
Winters, Bob Hardesty, Wayne Hollingsworth, Byron Edwards.
FOURTH ROW: Larry Brashear, Lester Anderson, Bill Tom Wilson, Don Pergal, Jack Peterson, Bill Collins,
Sammy Hollingsworth, Herbert Stough.
FIFTH ROW: Alden Franklin, Ronnie Robertson, Dallas Lynn, James Stewart, David Brashear, Bill Sahm,
Wayne Lucas, Jere Trotter.
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Band
First Row: Kenny Hamilton, Janice Heaton, Joan Haussin, Jo Ann Pickett, Roselyn McDaniel, Patty Moore.
Bessie Cole, Jackie Johnston. Second Row: Mr. Pirtle, Greta Collins, Shelby Clark, Alice Richardson,
Jack Shelton, Carol West, John Walton. Third Row: Jane Williams, Dixie Miller, Jere Landis, Kenneth
Maxwell, Jerry Perigo, Doug Corbin.
Left to right:
Charlotte Fennimore
Patty O'Hem
Janice Nolan
Linda Baker
Jerry Jones
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First Row: Charlotte Gabbard, Wilma Moore, Marie Brown, Mary Margaret Sahm, Joy Gabbard, Elaine
McGriffin, Kay Lester, Betty Haussin. Second Row: Bill Tom Wilson, Paul Johnson, Charlotte Lawrence,
Bob Jerrels, Audrey Johnson, Joan Hunter, Peggy Klein, Maita Powell. Third Row: Richard Vaughn, Ronald
Gabbard, Jimmy Branstetter, Barbara Lynn, Shirley Jarmon, Ronnie Barness.
Left to right:
Larry Jones
Veeda Flynn
Ruby McDaniel
Emily Lynn
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FIRST ROW: Peggy Gabbard, Shirley Elkins, Carol Underwood, Rosalie Martindale, Eleanor Witty, Sharla
Gambill, Yvonne Lynch, Geneva Wilson, Joan Hunter.
SECOND ROW: Carolyn Hatcher, Janice Hoar, Shirley Bradford, Adrianne Ham, Sharla VanHorn, Shirley
Moore, Neta Luxton, Dixie Greenwood, Sandra Johnson, Charlotte Gabbard, Mrs. Quebbeman.
THIRD ROW: Wilma Cuvelier, Lavera Myers, Norma Fitzpatrick, Shirley Hayes, Judy Maxwell, Elizabeth
Harroll, Paula Birch, Janice Buckner.
FOURTH ROW: Loretta Wright, Elaine Ritter, Marilee Buck, Helen Morrison, LeMoyne Mathena, Erma
Hill, Sonna Kendall, Shirley Johnson, Barbara Richardson, Evelyn Steele , Sara Reynolds.
FIFTH ROW: Mary Thomas, Ernestine Ashcraft, Treva Scroggins, Joy Gabbard, Jane Williams, Jacquelyn
Sargent, Nancy Withycombe, Virginia Hamm, Nelda Lovelace, Sylvia Stewart, Nancy Lehman.
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First row: Paul Elkins, Bill Wilson, Harry Lehman, Bob Davidson, Bill
Griffiths, Jim Yount. Second row: Bob Murdock, Jerry Wright, Mr. Hart
(Sponsor), Jack Pinkston, Don Holmes.
Hi-Y
F.F.A.
First Row: Jerry Hale, Jim Hollingsworth, Wayne Lucas, Mr. Creager (Sponsor), Bill Collins, Sammy
Hollingsworth, Jack Peterson. Second Row: Leland Kline, Auddress Enochs, Merle Helderman, David Brashear,
Bill Tom Wilson. Third Row: Bennie Atto, Wayne Hollingsworth, Lester Anderson, James Stewart, Donnie
Pergal, Joe Goodman, James Hugunin. Fourth Row: Byron Edwards, Alden Franklin, Sherell Johnson, Dallas
Lynn, Steve Lechien, Ronnie Robertson, Joe Hall, Bill Powell.
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Scitamard
First Row: Rodney Haworth, Carl West, Doug Corbin, Phil Akre, Dick Baize, Bill Sahm, Sammy Winters.
Second Row: Peggy Klein, Betty Wheeler , Maita Powell, Alice Richardson, Betty Haussin, Patty Moore,
Judy Maxwell, Peggy Gabbard. Third Row: Marlene Shonk, Wilma Taylor, Janice Nolan, Darlene Greene,
Ann Muehler, Jan Justus, Carolyn Hatcher, Carole shepard. Fourth Row: Charlotte Fennimore, Mrs. Hanna
(sponsor), Barbara Hubble, Bunny Craig, Marilyn Hightower, Shirley White, Emily Lynn, Joan Myers. Fifth
Row: Janice Cox, Bonnie Harbin, Willa Perkins, Janet Bellamy, Philomene Vits, Helen Morrison, Mary
Margaret Sahm, Dixie Miller.
Thespians
First Row: Dick Baize , Phil Akre, 1\-1rs. Hanna (Sponsor), Sammy Winters Carl West. Second Row: Barbara
Hubble, Darlene Greene, Marilyn Hightower, Jan Justus, Carole Shepard.
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Football Coaches
Mr. Williams, our football coach, deserves
a lot of credit toward making our team the
champions they were. He has worked hard
the past few years to develop such a team and
has attained such honors that only a great
coach can.
Mr. Wade, Roy's able assistant, has also
worked hard to develop such a team. He worked
considerably with the line and developed them
into a line any coach could be proud of. Hats
off to two wonderful football coaches.
Trophys
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This is the trophy presented to the Linton Miners
1951 football team for winning the Wabask Valley Champ-
ionship. It was presented to the team under the spon-
sorship of the Tere Haute Tribune-Star. The presen-
tation was made to Bill Wilson and Jim Yount, co -
captains of the 1951 team.
This is the trophy presented to the L.H.S. Miners
football team for winning the Western Indiana Conference
Championship. We played 5 W.1. Co teams and won all
five of these games, giving us a percentage of 1,000. In
these 5 games we scored a total of 187 points while keeping
our opponents to 42 points.
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1951 Football Highlights
LINTON 13-CLINTON 7 The Linton Miners, with 9 regulars back from last year, started the season with
a bang, by winning the W.I.C. lid lifter from Clinton. The game really started rolling whe.n Bud Klein
scored the first T D of the season with only 5 1/2 minutes of the first period gone. The other T D was scored
by Bill Wilson and a kick by Jim Yount, after the first TD gave us 13 points to Clinton's 7. Perfect foot-
ball weather attracted a large crowd to the local Oliphant Field for the opener.
LINTON 33-GARFIELD 14 The Linton Miners roared to their second victory by flying over Garfield of Terre
Haute. Again we scored the first time we took possession of the pigskin. Our TD's were scored by Yount,
Wilson (2), Henico, and Klein. Jim Yount converted 3 times for points after touchdowns. This gave the
Miners their second W.I.C. victory and a rating in the State.
LINTON 31- UNIVERSITY HIGH (BLOOMINGTON) 14 The Linton Miners in their game with University
High had very little respect for the Univee's unbeaten record, and the fact that they hadn't been scored
on. TD's were made by Wilson, Henico (2), and Yount (2). Yount made one conversion during the
evening . He also made an exciting run for our 5th TD. The Univees were generally out-weighed. The
Miner subs gained valuable experience during the second half.
LINTON 55-WILEY 0 The Linton Miners on the Victory March continued to look like the top team in the
W.I.C. Wiley had no defense whatsoever against Frank Henico's passing which accounted for one T D and
led to the others. Other touchdowns were scored by Wright (2), Yount, Wilson, Abrell, Prudhomme, and
Klein. Yount converted 7 times for points after touchdowns. The Miners had 3 touchdowns called back
on penalties. This added to the Wiley cause. With 4 games listed on our victory page we had scored 132
points-while keeping our opponents to 33.
LINTON 41-BICKNELL 7 Linton's rampaging Miners continued on their unbeaten ways by blasting the
Bicknell Bulldogs. Bill Wilson made 2 fabulous runs for two TD's of the evening. Other TD's were made
by Henico, Wright (2), and Bryan. Conversions were made by Yount (3), Donie, and Prudhomme. The
largest crowd of the year was on hand to see the Miners dispose of one of their oldest rivals. We were
still one of the 7 major undefeated and untied teams in Hoosier Football Warfare.
LINTON 21-GEORGETOWN, ILL. 14 Linton's undefeated Miners stormed a game nearer to the Wabash
Valley Championship by downing a rough and ready Georgetown eleven. This game had a story book
ending when Henico threw a 60 yard pass to Wilson in the last 21 seconds. Klein was somewhat shaken up
during the line play with the determined Buffaloes. An item from the Georgetown News said "The Buffaloes
were not receiving much comfort from their scouts when tltey were told that the only way to stop Linton
was to put up a road block south of the Vermilion River and keep them out of town." TD's were scored
by Henico (2) and Wilson. Yount converted for 3 extra points.
LINTON 45-DUGGER 7 Linton inched closer to the W.I.C. Championship by stomping Dugger. The be-
ginning of the 3rd quarter saw the first stringers on the bench as spectators. TD's were made by Wilson (2),
Hineman, North (2), and Tucker (2). Conversions of count 2 were made by Yount. At the end of 7 games
we had scored 239 points and had held our opponents to 63.
LINTON 50-JASONVILLE 0 Rain and mud had no effect on the scoring power of the Miners as they over-
powered a strong but inexperienced Jasonville team. Henico and Wilson teamed up to score all 8 TD's
and the 2 conversions. Jasonville's Hardesty almost scored in the last few minutes, but good blocking on
the part of the Miners' line held them scoreless. Linton made the big ten in the State for the first time
this season. They are tied for tenth place.
LINTON 52-MARSHALL, ILL. 0 The victory over the Marshall team was the ninth of the season. They
now needed a victory over Sullivan to assure themselves of a Wabash Valley Championship. Henico (3),
Wright, Yount, Prudhomme, Bryan, and Wilson accounted for Linton TD's. Yount (3) and Henico converted
for extra points.
LINTON 41-SULLIVAN 14 This was by far the most exciting game of the season. The fact was that two
championships rested on our winning this game. We were one of the 4 undefeated teams in the State.
Six-pointers were made by Yount (2), Wilson (2), and Prudhomme, and Henico. Five points after touch-
downs were made by Yount. After this game we ranked 8th in the entire State.
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VARSITY
JERRY WRIGHT
Senior
End
RONNIE ABRELL
Senior
Tackle
BOB DAVIDSON
Senior
Guard
BUD KLEIN
Junior
Half Back
JIM YOUNT
Senior
Full Back
FRANK HENICO
Senior
Quarter Back
DON CLARK
Junior
Guard
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BILL WILSON
Senior
Half Back
JIM PRUDHOMME
Senior
End
DON HOLMES
Junior
Tackle
SAM WINTERS
Senior
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ED NORTH
Sophomore
End
JACK PINKSTON
Senior
Tackle
BOB MOORE
Sophomore
Guard

HUBERT GOODMAN
Senior
Full Back
Second Team
ARNOLD MYERS
Junior
End
TOM BRYAN
Sophomore
Half Back
RONDALL HUDSON
Senior
Half Back
CHARLES DONIE
Senior
Quarter Back
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BOB MURDOCK
Senior
Tackle
BILL RODENBECK
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The Squad
FIRST ROW: Ronnie Abrell, Don Clark, Jack Pinkston, Don Holmes, Bob Murdock. SECOND ROW: Bud Klein,
Charles Donie, Arnold Myers, Bill Don Wilson, Jim Yount. THIRD ROW: Rondall Hudson, Bob Davidson, John
Tucker, David Brashear, Wayne David, Jim Wagner (mgr.). FOURTH ROW: Hubert Goodman, Bob Moore, Charles
Greenwood, Frank Gennicks, Ronald Daymude, Leo Corbin. FIFTH ROW: Jim Prudhomme, Ed North, Tommie
Bryan, Max Berns, Joe Hall, Bill Collins. SIXTH ROW: Jerry Wright, Frank Henico, Don Pergal, Raymond
Hineman, Auddress Enochs, Ronald Templeton. SEVENTH ROW: Sammy Winters, Bill Rodenbeck, Bill Sahm
(mgr.), Joe Haseman (mgr.), Mr. Williams.
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Linton 33
Linton 31
Linton 55
Linton 41
Linton 21
Linton 45
Linton 50
Linton 52
Linton 41
Results
Varsity
Sept. 5
12
19
26
Oct. 3
10
17
21
31
Nov. 11
Clinton 7
Garfield 14
University High (Bloomington) 14
Wiley 0
Bicknell 7
Georgetown, Ill. 14
Dugger 7
Jasonville 0
Marshall, Ill. 0
Sullivan 14
Linton 48
Linton 13
Linton 20
Linton 35
Linton 41
TENT A TIVE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1952
Clinton
Garfield
University
Wiley
Bicknell
Georgetown, Ill.
Dugger
Jasonville
Marshall, Ill.
Sullivan
B Team
There
There
There
Here
There
Here
Here
Here
Here
Here
Besides winning our 2 awards we had several
fellows on honorary teams selected by W. 1. C .
coache s, the As sociated Press, Heze Clark, and
the Wabash Valley coaches.
Those selected for the W.I.C. first team are:
Jim Prudhomme, Bob Davidson, Sammy Winters,
Bill Wilson, Frank Henico, and Jim Yount.
Bill Wilson was the only one to be selected
for the Associated Press All State Defensive team.
Frank Henico was selected by Heze Clark for
his mythical team. Don Clark, Sammy Winters,
and Bill Wilson received honorable mention.
Those selected by the Tribune-Star writers for
the first team are Yount, Prudhomme, Davidson,
Winters, Henico, and Wilson. Wright , Abrell,
Clark, and Klein received second squad positions.
WHO IS A FOOTBALL LETTERMAN?
In order to be a football letterman one must
play in one half the quarters of all games. In
addition to this, he must be scholastically eligible,
must have shown true sportsmanship throughout
the entire season, must have no unexcused ab-
sences from practice, and must be recommended
by the Coach and approved by the Athletic Board
of Control.
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Dugger 7
Sullivan 7
Dugger 1
Bicknell 7
Bicknell 6
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Mr. Pearcy, our basketball coach,
has been with us for four years now.
He has not always had a winning
team and the best cooperation, but
we believe he has done a remarkable
job. Mr. Pearcy, the students salute
you!
This is the Western Indiana Conference trophy we
had the privelege of winning last year. We played 8
out of the 9 conference teams and won all 8 games.
T his ga ve us a perfect record and this beautiful trophy.
T he W. I. C. teams are: Brazil , Clinton, Sullivan,
Dugger, Garfield, Wiley, State High, Gerstmeyer , and
Li nton.
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This is the Wabash Valley Preliminary trophy given
to us for winning the Preliminaries here. The com-
peting teams were: Marco, Odon, Elnora, Switz City,
Lyons, and Linton. Although we lost to Vincennes
Catholic,runner-up in the finals, we are proud of the
fellows and our trophy.
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Varsity
TIM PRUDHOMME
Senior
6' 1"
165 Ibs.
RODNEY HAWORTH
Senior
5' 8"
150 Ibs.
JACK CONKLIN
Senior
5' 9"
140 Ibs.
BILL WILSON JIM WAGNER
Senior
5' 9"
140 Ibs.
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Senior
5' 8"
155 Ibs.
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FRANK HENICO
Senior
5' 11"
165 Ibs.
TIM YOUNT
Senior
6' 1"
180 Ibs.
RONNIE ABRELL
Senior
6' 2"
185 Ibs.
JERRY WRIGHT
Senior
6' 1"
160 Ibs.
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B Team
First Row: Bill Rodenbeck, Phil Akre, Don Holmes, Bud Klein, Raymond Hineman, Bill Griffiths. Second
Row: Bill Powell, John Tucker, Arnold Myers, George Elkins, Tommie Bryan , Wayne Davis, Jerry Rice.
Third Row: Richard Gullion, Joe Haseman, Ed North, Jimmie Clayton, David Brashear, Charles Greenwood,
Kenny Hamilton.
Linton 48 Lyons 24
Linton 36 Greencastle 34
Linton 37 Spencer 18
Linton 33 Bloomfield 32
Linton 45 Jasonville 20
Linton 38 Shelburn 15
Linton 39 Bicknell 28
Linton 46 Switz City 36
Linton 47 Garfield 31
Linton 32 Sullivan 21
Linton 26 Wiley 30
Linton 55 Clinton 21
Linton 43 Dugger 22
Linton 53 Princeton 37
Linton 33 Worthington 25
Linton 40 State High 34
Linton 29 Washington 32
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Basketball Summary 52-53 Schedule
Linton 69 Lyons 47 26 Nov. 52 Lyons There
Linton 53 Greencastle 41 2 Dec. 52 Spencer Here
Linton 56 Spencer 35 5 Dec. 52 Bloomfield Here
Linton 66 Bloomfield 40 12 Dec. 52 Jasonville Here
Linton 66 Jasonville 41 16 Dec. 52 Bloomington University There
Linton 46 Shelburn 49 19 Dec 52 Montgomery Here
Linton 69 Bicknell 43 23 Dec. 52 Wiley There
Linton 77 Switz City 47 6 Jan. 53 Sullivan There
Linton 46 Garfield 48
9 Jan. 53 Clinton Here
Linton 60 Sullivan 40
13 Jan. 53 Bicknell Here
WABASH VALLEY TOURNAMENT
16 Jan. 53 Garfield There
Linton 71 Elnora 38 22-24 Jan. 53 Wabash Valley Prelims
Linton 50 Switz City 23 30-31 Jan. 53 Wabash Valley Finals
Linton 51 Odon 43 3 Feb. 53 Dugger There
Linton 40 Vincennes Ca tholic 51 6 Feb. 53 Princeton Here
Linton 46 Wiley 48 10 Feb. 53 Worthington There
Linton 46 Clinton 33 13 Feb. 53 State High Here
Linton 50 Dugger 45 20 Feb. 53 Open
Linton 39 Princeton 62 26-28 Feb. 53 State Sectional
Linton 60 Worthington 27
Linton 54 State High 44
Linton 39 Washington 61
The Linton Miners basketball team, after a very successful season last year, started things off with a
bang, by winning 5 straight games. Although we lost to Shelburn by 3 points, the team continued to win.
After wins over Bicknell and a fast improving Switz City team, we were again upset by Garfield. This was
our first Western Indiana Conference tilt. We scored a 20 point win over Sullivan in another W. 1. C. game,
and then concentrated on the Wabash Valley Tournament.
After three tough tournament games, we succeeded in winning the preliminary. We then went to Terre
Haute where we were beaten in our second game by Vincennes Central Catholic.
With Gerstmeyer of Terre Haute as new holder of the Wabash Tournament Crown, we started again, but
this time we started off on the wrong foot. Wiley defea ted us for our second W. 1. C. loss.
After winning two more conference tilts we traveled to Princeton to meet a strong and experienced
team. After losing this game and returning home we engaged in the "battle of the brothers" between
Hank and George Pearcy. This game was added to our string of victories.
We of Linton High School feel we have had a quite successful season. This has been made possible
through the cooperation of the team, fans, faculty, and coaches.
BOXING RESULTS
CHARLES DONIE (Senior) in the 126 lb. novice division, had 3 fights this
season, 2 of them being in Golden Gloves competition. Here he advanced
to the final round.
DICK TRIBBY. (Senior) in the 118 lb. novice division, had 2 figlits this sea-
son and won the Golden Gloves championship for his division.
BILL TOM WILSON (Junior) in the 160 lb. open division, had 3 fights this
season and went to the semi-finals in the Golden Gloves.
DON CLARK (Junior) in the heavyweight novice division, had 3 fights this
season and won the Golden Gloves championship for his division.
RONNIE SWABY, although nota Linton High School student, has been spon-
sored by the Linton Boxing Club. In the 112 lb. open division, he had 3
fights this season and won the Golden Gloves championship and a trip to
Chicago to participate in Golden Gloves contest there.
The McMillan trophy is given each year to the team winning the most
championships. This year we tied with Brazil although they had entered a
team of 15 boxers as compared with 5 from Linton.
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Managers
Morris Trotter, Jim Collins
Joe Haseman, Bill Sahm
Yell Leaders
(left to right) Betty Hubbl e (Sophomore), Tillie Shearn (Senior), Tom Utterback (Freshman), Wilma Tucker
(Freshman), Sondra Wilson (Sophomore)
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Track Squad
ARNOLD MYERS
Half-Mile
DONNIE PERGAL
Quarter - Mile
REX VAUGHN
100 yd. Dash
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BILL SAHM
Mile
TOM BRYAN
220 yd, Dash
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High Hurdles
LEO CORBIN
Mile ·
JOE HASEMAN
Half-Mile
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Mr. Hoskins
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Track Squad
ARNOLD MYERS
Half-Mile
DONNIE PERGAL
Quarter- Mile
REX VAUGHN
100 yd, Dash
BILL SAHM
Mile
TOM BRYAN
220 yd, Dash
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High Hurdles
LEO CORBIN
Mile
JOE HASEMAN
Half-Mile
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BOB MURDOCK
Shot Put
SAMMY W I N T E R ~
Low Hurdles
TENT A TIVE TRACK SCHEDULE FOR 1952:
April 4
April II
April 18
April 25
April 27
May 2
May 5
May 9
May 11
Bloomfield
Garfield
Bicknell
Linton Relays
Dugger
W.l.A.C.
Wabash Valley
Sullivan
Sectional
RECORDS FOR THE LINTON RELA YS
120 H. Hurdles Crandall
100 Yd. Dash Truat
Mile Run Eggleston
440 Yd. Dash
Rommel
2 Mile Relay
880 Yd. Relay
200 Low Hurdles Foster
880 Yd. Run Owens
Sprint Medley
220 Yd . Dash Shelburne
440 Yd. Relay
Mile Relay
Shuttle Hurdle
Pole Vault Kincaid
Broad Jump May
Shot Put Thrasher
High Jump Koehman
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Track Squad
DON CLARK
Shot Put
Bloomington
Mooresville
Washington
Reitz
Paris, Ill.
Wiley
Washington
Bloomington
Bloomington
Martinsville
Martinsville
Princeton
Wiley
Bosse
Bloomington
Bloomington
Bosse
nM PRUDHOMME
Shot Put
Here
Here
Here
Here
There
Rose Poly
Rose Poly
Here
Bloomington
15.2
10.1
4:40
52:9
8: 39
1:37
23:75
2:06.2
3:40.2
23:1
45:7
3:39
52:9
12'35/8"
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Boxers
(left to right) Richard Tribby, Muril Blume, Don Clark, Bill Wilson, and Charles llinie.
Helen Morrison (left to right) Mary Margaret Sahm, Veeda Flynn,
Helen Morrison, and Marlene Shonk.
These four active Junior girls entertain on the trampoline during the
inte rmis sions at boxing show s. The Athletic Department bought the
trampoline for the gym classes.
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Golf

SAM WINTERS MR. PIRTLE JIM WHITE
Golf is Linton High School's newest sport. At present it has been in existence for two years. Each year
has seen improvement, and this year's team is expected to be much better than the previous two. Last
year the Miner team played the following schedule: Lincoln of Vincennes (once), Garfield (twice),
Bloomington (once), Wiley (twice), Sullivan (twice), and the WIAC meet. Their season's record was two
wins, six losses, and third place in the WIAC.
This year's team, made up of veterans, will play such teams as Vincennes, Garfield, Bloomington,
Wiley, and Sullivan.
WHO ARE GOLF LETTERMEN?
In order to be a golf letterman one has to have an average of two points for each match played. How are
points scored? Each playerreceives one point for each match he plays in. Then he may receive a possible
three points in actual playing on a "match-match-medal" basis. That is, in a meet each player has one
opponent whom he plays for a point on the first nine holes, a point on the second nine, and a point on the
total score,
OOUG CORBIN PHIL AKRE
SHERELL JOHNSON
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INDEX OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
SENIORS
Abrell, Ronnie ............ . ..... 61, 56, 17, 54
Argabright, Ralph . . .• . .....•........... 17
Bellamy, Janet ...............•......• 50, 17
Blume, Muril ............•..•...... .. 16, 68
Branstetter, Jimmy .....•.............. 15,47
Brinson, Grace .... . .... . ...•........... 18
Brown, Danny . ...................... 8, 14
Conklin, Jack ...............•........ 18, 60
Cooper, Meredith ......•....•........... 23
Cox, Janice ..........•........... 8, 18,50
Davidson, Robert •....•....•...... 20, 49, 56, 54
Dietz, Dorothy . ...........•..•....•.. .. 20
Donie, Charles •......•......... 24,68, 56, 55
Durham, Glen . ......•..•....•... . ... . .. 18
Elkins, Paul ......................•.. 22,49
Fish, Eva ..•. . .....•.•.........•...•.. 16
Gabbard, Peggy . •.....•......... 48,44, 50, 17
Gann, Mary •..•......•................ 18
Goodman, Hubert ...•.•......•... 15, 56, 55
Greene, Darlene .........•...•........ 15, 50
Haldeman, Jim
Hale, Jerry .............. .. ...•....• 18,49
Harbin, Bonnie . .. . .•....... . ......... 21, 50
Hatcher, Carolyn .....•.•........•. 48,20, 5C
Haussin, Betty .•.... . ....•.....•... 19,47,50
Haworth, Rodney ................... 19, 60,.50
Hebb, Buddy ...•.....................•. 24
Henico, Frank ....•............• 21, 61, 56, 54
Hightower,Marilyn ............... . .... 20, 50
Hubble, Barbara ..•.•.•............ . .... . 50
Hudson, Rondall .................•.. 23, 56, 55
Justus, Janet ..............•.. . .. . ..• 21, 50
Lehman, Harry .............. ' .... . ... 16, 49
Lynn, Barbara .....• . • . ..•....... . .... 23,47
Mason, Hazel . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . • . . . .. 15
Maxwell, Judy ......•.....• . .. . . 16,44,48,50
McDaniel, Roselyn ............•.... . .. 16, 46
McGriffin, Marjorie ............•.•.•.•..• 16
Mercier, George .....•..•............... 15
Moody, Doris .......... '............ . . 23
Moore, Patricia .... . ............... 24,46, 50
Muehler , Ann .............•...... • ... 21, 50
Murdock, Bob . . .............. 20,49,67,54, .,)6
Perkins, Willa .... . ..... . .....•...... 22, 50
Pinkston, Jack ..•.....• . ......•. 20, 49, 55, 56
Powell, Maita . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . .. 23,47,50
Prudhomme, Jim ............ . . 17, 54, 56, 60, 67
Reynolds, Billy . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 22
Reynolds, Sara ..... . ........... . .. 22, 44, 48
Richardson, Alice . . ................ 15, 46, 50
Richardson, Barbara ......... .. •....... 22, 48
Sahm, Bill ........... , ... 19,44, 50, 56, 64,66
Shearn, Tillie ......... . ...•......... 19, 64
Shepard, Carole ...•..•.............. 21,50
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Steele, Evelyn. . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . .. 24, 48
Taylor, Charles. . • • . . . . . . . • • . . . . . .. ... 23
Taylor, Wilma .. ..•........ . •...• . •.• 23,50
Thomas, Otis. . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . • . . . • . •. 17
Tribby, Richard .•...................• 16, 68
Tumey, Pat ................•.....•.•.. 19
Vaughn, Vernon ..••.•.................. 66
Vickers, Dolores. . . . • . • . • . • . . . . • . . . • . •. 22
Vits, Philomene • . . . . . . . • . . • . . . • . . . .. 15, 50
Wagner, Jim ...•..............• 18, 56, 60, 66
Watson, Richard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . .. 21
West, Carl .....•...•...........•. 19, 46, 50
Wheeler, Betty ......•.....•...•... 44,50,17
White, Shirley ..................... 8, 19, 50
Wilson, Bill Don . . . . . . . . . . •. 8, 14, 49, 54, 56, 60
Winters, Sam .....•... 8, 14,44,50, 54,56, 67, 69
Wright, Jerry ..•..........• 8,22,49, 54, 56, 61
Wright, George. . . . • . . . . . . . . • . . • . . . . . .. 20
Yount, Jim ....•.........•. 8,21,49, 54, 56, 61
JUNIORS
Akre, Phil ................ 8,30,42,50, 62, 69
Anderson, Lester ........•••....... 31,44,49
Baize, Dick . . • . . . . • . . • . . . . • . . . . . . . . .. 50
Baker, Linda. . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . .. 32,46
Bechtel, Helen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . .. 33
Camden, Rex .......•...........•... .. . 31
Chamberlain, Darleen ......•.....•.•...... 33
Clark, Don ..... . ..•......•.. 34, 54, 56, 67, 68
Collins, Billy .. . •..•......•....• 31, 44, 49, 56
Collins, Jim .....•. , • . . . . . . . . . . . . • .. 31, 64
Corbin, Douglas. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 8, 31, 46, 50, 69
Correll, Paul . . . .... . . . ....•....... . ... 32
Craig, Carolyn. . . . . • • • . . • . . • . . . • . . .. 30, 50
Cuvelier, Wilma ..• . ...•..•....•..... 48, 32
Enochs, Auddress . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . .• 56, 49
Fennimore, Charlotte .. . ............. 34, 46, 50
Fl ynn, Veeda .............•.•.•... 68,47, 32
Fritz, Chloe Ellen ......•. • ..•....•..... 34
Gabbard, Ronald ......•....•...•...... 31,47
Gambill, PhylliS .....•....•...... . .... 33
Gennicks, Frank ...•..•......•.... 56, 44, 32
Gillette, Mary ....•.......•....•........ 33
Graves, Bertha. . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . .. 34
Griffiths, Bill ...........•.......•. 30, 49, 62
Haffely, Mary Etta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . .. 34
Hall, Joe ..... . .................. 34, 56, 49
Hardesty, Bob . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Haseman, Joe . ...... • .... .. .. 8, 30, 62, 64, 56
Haussin, Joan ............... . .....• , 31, 46
Heat,on, Floyd . • .. ... . ....................
Holhngsworth, James. . • . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 44 49
Holmes, Don .....•....•..•....• 49, 56, 54: 62
Jerrels, Bob. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . • . . •. 47 32
Johnson, Paul. •.. . ...•....•....•.... : .. '.47
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Johnston, Jack .•.....•..•....•.•.... 46, 32
Jones, Jerry • . • . • . • . . . • . . . . • . . . • . • .. 30, 46
Jones, Larry •.•.....•..•.•.•...•....• 30,47
Keller, David ....•..•.......•.......• 33
Kendall, David ..•.....•. , • . . . . . . . . . . •. 33
Klein, Bud .....••........... 8, 34, 54, 56, 62
Klein, Peggy . . ........ . .......•... 32,47,50
Kline, Leland. . . . • . . . . . . • . . . • . . . . • . . . .. 49
Laymon, Marion ...........•......••......
Lechien, Steve •..........•.•...••... 33, 49
Lynn, Emily ...••.•....•.•.. . ... 31, 44, 47, 50
Mathena, Norma ..••................. 44, 32
McCarter, Ray . • . . . • . . • . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . •. .
McDaniel, Ruby ...•.•....•...•.•.•. 31 , 47
Miller, Dixie .....•• • •..•..•..••.. 31,46,50
Moehlmann, Helen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . •. 30, 44
Moore, Shirley. . • . . . . • • . . . . • . . . . • . . .. 33, 48
Morrison, Helen .•.•...•....• , • 31,44,48,50,68
Morrison, Stanley. . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . • . •. .. 32
Myers, Arnold •...•..•.......• 32, 54, 56, 62, 66
Myers, Joan. . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . .. 8, 30, 50
Myers, Lavera ...•.......•....•..... 32, 48
Nolan, Janice .....•.. , .......•. . .. 31, 46, 50
Padgett, Lola ........•.. . ....•..•.•.... 34
Pergal, Donnie ............... 33,44,49, 56, 66
Pergal, Sally. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . .. 34
Perigo, Jerry. . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . •. 33, 46
Richardson, Sheryl • . . . . • . . . . . . . • . • . • . .. 30
Robertson, Ronnie .. . ....••...•....•• 33, 44, 49
Robey, Jerry .......•........•••....... 34
Sahm, Mary Margaret .......•..• 31,44,47,50, 68
Shelton, Jack. . . . . . . • . • . . . . . • . . . .• 8, 30, 46
Shilkett, Carolyn .. . . . . . • • . . . . . • . • . . . .. 33
Shonk, Marlene ..•.......•....•.•.. 30, 50, 68
Stefancik, Theresa. . . . • . . . . • . • . • . . . .• 34, 44
Thomas, Marilyn . . . . • . . . . • . . . . • • . . .. 30, 44
Thomas, Mary ..................... 30, 44, 48
Thorton, Gail. • . . • . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . .• 33, 44
Trotter, Robert ..................•..• 32,44
Tucker, John ......•..........•..• 31, 56, 62
Van Horn, Wayne. • . • . • • . . . • . . . . . • . . • . . .. .
Vaughn, Richard •..•..•..............• 30, 47
Walton, John. . . • . . . . • . . . • . . . . . . . • .. 32,46
White, Sondra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . • . . • • .. 34
Wilson, Bill Tom ....•... . ..•.. 33,44,49,47, 68
Wright, Jim. . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . • . •. 34
SOPHOMORES
Alumbaugh, Cletis ..•......•........•.. 36
Baker, Richard. . . . . . . • . . . • . . • • . . • . • • . .. 36
Brown, Marie .......•.•.•.•....•.. 36, 37, 46
Bryan, Tommie •......•......... 54, 56, 62, 66
Buck, Marilee ........•...•....•... 36, 44,48
Carroll. Danny •.. __ . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . • . .. 36
Clayton, Jimmy . • . . • . . • . . • . . . . . • . . • . .. 62
72
Collins, Greta •..•.....•..•.•..•... 36, 44, 46
Cooper, Tony. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . .. 36
Crobin, Leo . . .•.....• . ........... 37, 56, 66
Cox, Wilma •....... . . . .•.......••..•.•..
Dougherty, Barbara . ......... . . . • . . . . . •. 36
Du ffroy , Leona .•• . ...•..•..•.....•.. 36,42
Duffroy, Mona. . . . . . • • . • . . . . . . . . . . . . • •. 36
Elkins, George. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 37, 62
Elkins, Shirley. . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . .. 37, 48
Fines, Rosella. . . . • . . • . . . . . . . . . . . • . • . .. 36
Fitzpatrick, Janet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .• 37
Fla ter, Jerry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 36
Franklin, Alden, , ...•.....••.. • ...• 37,45,49
Frye, Juanita ........................... ..
Gabbard,Joy ...•..•.......•.•.•.•. 36,47,48
Gambill, Sharla . .....•....•.•...... 36, 44, 48
Gravemier, Wayne •..•......•.•.•...•.•. 37
Hale, Bill. . . . . . . . . • . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 37
Hale, Geraldine. . . . • . • . . • . . • . . • . • . . • . .• 37
Ham, Adrianne ....•...•.•..••....... 36, 48
Hamm, Virginia ......•....••..•.•. 36,45,48
Haseman, Bernard. . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . • . .. 36
Heaton, Larry. . . • • . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . .. 37
Hill, Erma .............•.•...•..... 37, 48
Himebrook, Jon . . . • . • . . . . . . • . • . . . . . .. 8, 37
Hineman, Raymond ..•.••. . .•....... 36, 62, 56
Hollingsworth, Sam .•...•.•....•.... 36, 45, 49
Hollingsworth, Wayne ..••..........•• 36, 45, 49
Hubble, Barbara. . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . .. 37
H u b b l ~ , Betty, .....•................. 36, 64
Hudson, Joan. . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . .. 37
Hugunin, James ..•.•.....•.•.....•. 36, 45, 49
Jarmon, Shirley ...•..•..•..•.•.•..... 47, 37
Johnson, Shirley. . . . . . . . • . • . . . • . . . . .. 48, 36
Kline, Marian ...... . .................. 37
Landis, Jere . .............•.... ,... 46, 37
Lemmons, Irma . . . . • . . . . . . . .• . ........• 36
Lester, Kay ....... . ........•.•..•.•. 47,36
Lovelace, Nelda. . . . . • . . . . . • . . . . . . • .. 48, 37
Lucas, Wayne ...•.........• . ...... 37,42,49
Lunn, Larry ....•..... . . • •..•.... . ..... 37
Luxton, Neta.................. . .. 8, 48, 37
Lynn, Dallas ... . • . ................ 37,42,49
Mathena, LeMoyne .........•....... 44, 48,37
Maxwell, Kenneth ...•..•...•........ . • 36, 46
McGriffin, Elaine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 47, 36
Moore, Robert ......••............. 56, 37, 54
Moore, Wilma ..•.•••......•.....•.•. 47, 33
Myers, Dottie
North, Royce. , ..............••. 56, 62, 37, 54
O'Hem, Patty ....•......... . ...•.. 8,46,36
Peelman, Paul. . . . • . • . . . . . . . . . • . . • . . . .. 37
Peterson, Jack ....•....•.•......... 36, 45, 49
Pickett, JoAnn ..•..•.......•....•... 46, 37
Profiris, Katherine
Ri tter, Mary Ela ine .....,............. 48, 37
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Robison, Warren ...........•.•........• 37
Rodenbeck, Bill ..•...•.... . .•... 36, 56, 54, 62
Souders, Joetta • . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . .. 36
Stewart, Gloria ...........•. . •.••...... 36
Stewart, James .........•....•...•. 37,45,49
Stewart, Paul ........•..••.•..•..•...• 37
Storms, Diana. . • . . . . . . . . . • • . . • . . • . . . .• 37
Tannehill, Benny. . . . . . . • . . • . . . . . . . . . . .. 37
Templeton, Mary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . • .. 36
Templeton, Ronald ...••.•..•.....•..• 56, 37
Thomas, Emma Jean . • . . . . • . . . . • • . . . . • . .. 37
Trotter, Morris .•...•......•....•.• 64, 36,45
Villain, Richard. . . . . . . . . . • . . . . • . . . . . . . . 37
Wagner, Ronnie ...•.. ,................ 37
Wall, Gloria. . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . • . • . • . .. 37
Wheeler, Peggy . . . . . . . . . . . • . . .. . . . . . . . .. 37
White, Jimmy ..•...•............... 69, 37
Withy combe , Nancy .....•........ 36,44,45,48
Wilson, Geneva ..•..•..•............. 48, 37
Wilson, Sondra .....................•.. 64
Witty, Eleanor. . . . . • . . • . . • • . . . . . . . .• 48, 37
Wright, Loretta ...•.•.......•...•.. " 48, 37
Yount, Beverley ......................... 37
FRESHMEN
Achors, Cora .. . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . 38
Arnac, Jim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 39
Ashcraft, Ernestine • . • . • . . • . . . . . • . • . .• 48, 39
Atto, Bennie ............•......... 39, 45, 49
Baker, Richard ..•...................•.....
Barnes, Rolanda. . • . . . • . . . . . . • . • . . . .. 39, 47
Beverstock, Beverly . . . . • . . . . . . • . . . . . . . .• 38
Berns, Max .........•.•.•......•... 38, 56
Birch, Paula .....•..•......•....•. 39, 44, 48
Bradford, Shirley ....•......•.......• 39, 48
Brashear, David ............... 38,42,49,56, 62
Buckner, Janice .....•••............ 39, 44, 48
Burress, Bill . . . . . . • • . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . •• 38
Carpenter, Hildred .........•.....•. . .. 38
Clark, Shelby .•.....•.•.....•.....•. 46, 39
Clayton, William. . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 38
Cole, Bessie • . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, 46
Corbin, Norma. . . . . . . • . . • . . • . . • . . . • . . •. 36
Cox, Frankie ...••......•. , . . . . • . . . . . . . 38
Davis, Wayne .....•............... 39, 56, 62
Daymude, Ronald . • . . . . . . • . . . • • . • . • .• 38, 56
Edwards, Byron .......••.....•.•... 39, 45, 49
Ellis, James ....•...•.•.•...•............
Felker, Otis •.•...•..••.....•..•...•.• 39
Fitzpatrick, Norma ••...••.•..•..•..... 39, 48
Gabbard, Charlotte •....•.•..•.•...•. 39, 47, 48
Glass, Carl ...•..•....•....•••........ 38
Goodman, Joe •........•..........•. 38, 49
Goodman, Wanda .•...•..•..•.••.....•.. 39
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Greenwood, Charles •....•...•....... 38, 56, 62
Greenwood, Dixie .•..•.•.....•........ 39,48
Gullion, Richard .....•...•........... 38, 62
Hamilton, Kenny .•...•..• , ..... . •. 39, 46, 62
Harroll, Elizabeth •.....••..•.•... 38, 44, 48, 45
Haseman, Beatrice Ann. . . . . • • . . . . . • . . .• 39, 44
Hayes, Shirley •..... .. ..•...•.•...• 38, 48
Heaton, Janice .......•....•..•.... 39, 44,46
Heaton, Shirley ......•....•.....•..• 39, 45
Helderman, Merle. . . • . . . • . • . . . . • . . . •. 38, 49
Hoar, Janice .•..•..•..•.•.•..•..... 39,48
Hobbs, Ronald. • . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . •. 38
Hunt, Billy . . . . . . . . . • . • . . • . . . . . • . . . .. 38
Hunter, Joan ..............•.•..•.. 39,47,48
Jewell, Joanna .•...•...•.........••.. " 38
Johnson, Audrey •.......•.....•..• .• . 39,47
Johnson, Sandra .................... 39, 44, 48
Johnson, Sherell .•.......••...•..... 38, 49, 69
Jones, Jack .•..•..•...•.............. 38
Kendall, Sonna ...•.•.•.•....•..... 38, 44, 48
Kline, Melvin . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . •. 38
Knowles, Ronnie Mae. . • . . . . . . • . . . . . .. 38, 44
Lawrence, Charlotte. • . . . . . . . . . . • . . . .. 38,47
Lehman, Nancy. . • . • • . . • . . . . . . • . . • .. 39, 48
Martindale, Rosalie ............•.. 39, 44, 45, 48
Mason, Anna ....•.. . ...•.•..•..•. . ... 39
May, Jimmie .....•......•..........• 39
Morrison, James. . . . . • • . • . . • . • . . . • • . • •• 39
Myers, Dottie ....••.•.•....•..•.•.... 37
O'Hern, Janet .•..•..•.•...•.....••.•.....
Oliver, lona ....•.•....•..•.... . . . . • .. 39
Padgett, Robert .•..•.•.•.•...•.•.•.. . 38
Penna, John. . . • . . . . • . . • • . . . • . . . . . • . 8, 38
Pershing, Donna ....•..•.•.........•. " 38
Powell, William . •.....•....•.•.. 38, 45, 49, 62
Reynolds, Donna ......•.....•......... 39, 44
Rice, Jerry. . . • . . . • . • . • . . . . • . • . . .. 8, 39, 62
Russell, Janice .••.•....••......•....•. 38
Sargent, Jackie. . . . • . • . . • . . • . • . . . . • •. 38, 48
Sargent, Joycelyn •••..••••...•..... " 39, 44
Schmitt, Loretta .•..•.••••.•.•.•..•. 39, 45
Scroggins, Treva. . • • . . . . . • . • . . . • • . . •. 39, 48
Shanklin, Mary .••.•......••.•.....•. 38
Spice, Don. . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . • .. 38
Stewart, Barbara . . . . . • . . . . • • . • . . • . . • .. 39
Stewart, Sylvia .....•..•...•.•••...• 39, 48
Tincher, Jessie Elaine .........•..•....... 39
Trotter, Carole ......••............ 39, 44
Tucker, Wilma. . . . • . • . . . . . . . . . . . .• 8, 39, 64
Underwood, Carol . . . . • . . . . . . • . . . . . .. 39, 48
Utterback, Tommy ..........•....... 38, 64
VanHorn, Sharla . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . • . . • .. 38, 48
Vaughn, Dwayne .............•.••....•. 38
Williams, Jane ....•.....•....•.... 38, 46, 48
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The Class of 1952 says:
HThank You"
HWe are grateful to the businessmen who are
loyal boosters of our school."
ELSON'S JEWELRY
"The Store Of Quality And Service"
Fostorio - Roseville Pottery
Fi ne Di omonds For All Occosions
Watches
Hamilton - Elgin - Gruen - Benrus - Boulevard
Jewelers - Watchmakers - Opticians
Linton Indiana
Ward's Froz-N-Food Lockers
Wholesale - Meats - Retail
Complete Meat Processing
Phone 945 80 E. Vincennes St.
Service Shoe Shop
Stewart & Boston
Quality Material and Workmanship
Service While You Wait
Congratulations to the Seniors of 1952
Ladies, Misses and Childrens Apparel
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To all Seniors Congratulations:
In the future years when you want the best in fine photography always
go to Brown's Studio.
TA YLOR AND TONY BROWN
WHIL E in Linton,
Come to the Drive-In Theater 2 miles East of Linton on State Road 54. The best
in Movie Entertainment. Open from Ap1'il to November.
Congratulations to the Seniors of "52"
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MURPHY'S
Linton's Leading Store
Where Friends Meet Friends And Service With A Smile
15 - 19 E. Vincennes Street
Congratul ations And Best Wi shes
Walgreen Agency
69 N. Main
To The
Class Of '52
Compliments of
HAMIL TON DRUG CO.
Li nton, I nd ian a
"Try The Drug Store First"
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Rexall Store
24 N. Main
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EUREKA CHEVROLET CO.
25 Years Of Continuous Service
Today More Than Ever - We Feel We Are Capabl e Of Serving Your Problems -
Both In Service and In Sales -
Complete Service
Linton, Indiana As Near As Your Telephone 1223-1224
Nice Going Miners (You Too, Roy)
The 1952 Seniors Should Be Long Remembered For The Job "Well Done"
(Football And Basketball Teams)
We Know That A Student Body Thot Can Come Forth With "Champions"
Like You Have Done Will Also Be "Champions" In All Walks Of Life.
"Lots Of Luck"
GIUFFRE BUICK SALES
"Your Buick And International Truck Dealer. "
109 West Vincennes St. Phone 1162 Linton, Indiana
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Congratulations And Best Wishes To The
Senior Class Of 1952
JOHNSON FEED AND SUPPLY COMPANY
Linton
Bicknell
Manufacturers Of "Johnson Special Feeds"
Home Of "Johnson Production-Bred Chicks"
Oi rect Factory Ou tl et Store
Bloomfi eld
Congratulations To The
Senior Class Of 1952
Sull ivan
Oaktown
JOHNSON CREAMERY CO.
Phone 143
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PEOPLE'S TRUST CO.
Progressive As The Community It Serves
Your Bank Of Personal Service
Banks At
Linton Jasonville
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Congratulations To The Class Of 1952
LINTON SPORTING GOODS
Team Outfitters Playground Equipment
Retail Sporting Goods
90 East Vincennes St. Phone 44
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The Oldest Furniture Store In Linton
With Everything For Your Home
Including
Hoover :)weepers, Speed Queen Washers,
Gas Ranges And Heaters
We Deliver Anywhere
HIXSON FURNITURE STORE
MARI(LE FEEDS
GAS - OIL & TIRES
BA TTERIES & ACCESSORIES
PAINTS & HARDWARE
LINTON, INDIANA PHONE 145
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Compliments of
McBrides 5&10
LINTON AUTO SUPPLY INC.
Wholesale Auto Parts
Supplies - Tools - Equipment
Machine Shop Service
Linton, Indiana Phone 59 97 S. Main Street
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GAMBLES
Dick Stayton - Owner
Phone 266 Linton, Indiana
J. C. PENNEY
COMPANY
"The Home Of Values"
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Manufacturers of
CLARK'S SANDWICH SHOP
MAJOR FEEDS
Sandwich and Coffee
"Where Girls And Boys Meet To Eat Our
Buyers And Shippers Of All Farm Grains
Spanish Hot Dogs"
Phone 158 Linton, Indiana 129 N. W. H Street
Congratulations Congratulations To The
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Best Wishes To The Classes That Follow
Nationally Advertised Brands
Mens And Boys Wear
LINTON MOTOR
SALES INC.
HIXSON & SAHM
Phone 53
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Greene County's largest
Fruit & Vegetable Market
Qual ity Meats
KENNEY'S MARKET
CLI FF STRONG MOTORS
STUDEBAKER SALES
KENDALL OLDSMOBILE SALES
215 "A" Street N. E.
Li nton, I ndi an a
LINTON CANDY KITCHEN
Sodas
Sundaes - Sandwiches
Don't take chances
Beautiful hair deserves the best of care
CHARM BEAUTY SHOPPE
Virinia Wilson
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RED AND BLUE
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talk over the day's
happeni ngs.
Compliments of
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LEONARDS GRILLE and
BUS STATION
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ABI ES S HOE SHOP
Expert Workmanship-Quality Materials
All shoes given special attention
CITY CAFE
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THE BEST IN FOOD
Steaks - Chops - Seafood
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WOLFE'S CITY SERVICE
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AX & FRY'S
Groceries And Meats
Since 1910
HIGH THE TRADER
We Buy And Sell Used Cars & Parts
7709 E. St. N. E. Phone 97 7-W
Carl Hightower, Owner
ROY A. BORDERS
Dodge - Plymouth Sales and Service
A St. N. E. Phone 67
Compliments of
GLEN FISH JEWELER
Linton, Indiana
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DAISY CIGAR CO.
Wholesale - Retail
Candy & Confections
Phone 341
V AL-U-APP AR EL
Ladies & Childrens Ready to Wear
"Ring Cl ear Hosi ery"
58 N. Main Linton, Indiana
CROFT FURNIT URE & MUSIC STORE
770 N. Main Street
Phone 93
MODEL CLEANERS
Phone 7242
"Free Delivery"
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