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his issue of Boonville View is different. We don’t have the kind of stories you’re used to reading here. With social distancing guidelines, it is impossible to go talk to people and take photos. Businesses are closed and people are staying at home. Events are canceled or postponed. The places you pick up your copy of Boonville View are probably closed. Even what I do write here could be completely wrong by the time the magazine is printed and distributed. We understand the struggle because we are just like you. Our office is located in the 1901 Emporium, which has been closed for weeks. Everything changes so fast. It’s kind of a mixed blessing, I guess. I’ve been in kind of a funk. It’s hard to stay home. I do - as much as I can - because I undersand the dangers to those around me. My funk can also be attributed to the fact that I have a daughter who is a senior this year. We know how much these kids are sacrificing for the greater good, so we’ve dedicated a large portion of this issue to them. You’ll read their senior quotes and advice to their junior counterparts. You’ll read their take on this situation and how they’re coping. Class of 2020 - we see you. Just because it’s different doesn’t mean it’s bad. You’re getting your recognition. You’ll also read some history, some funnies and see what the rest of our are doing to stay safe and sane during these uncertain times. Believe it or not, we will want to look back on these times some day. We are living through history. This will be something we can tell the next generation - and hope they learn from it. As for us, we’ve been trying to stay creative and as busy as possible. We painted a crazy wall on our patio. We threw a drive-by 15th birthday party for my younger daughter. We’ve made random crafts and laughed so much. Please, stay home for as long as is requested of you. I know it’s hard. I know it’s annoying. But, the longer you resist, the longer we’ll have to do it. This is for the greater good.

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H U M O R me By Nicole Neff


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y life will forever be divided into two categories – BC, or before Coronavirus, and AC, after Coronavirus. I mean no disrespect to the religious community that certainly reveres history as either AD or BC, but on March 13, a Friday no less, my life, and that of my family, changed forever. My life BC seemingly was everything I wanted. Our newly opened venue Funxion Events was starting to gain momentum; bookings for weddings, bridal showers, birthday parties, and graduation celebrations were starting to pour in. The tickets for our Mommy & Me Tea were selling fast. On top of that, we were constantly hopping from activity to activity. My daughter had ballet at Children’s Center for Dance Education two to three times a week. My son had just begun karate. My husband served on two boards that met at least twice a month. And I was on the Boonville Parks Board; while not a huge commitment, we were a busy family. While working basically full time to get the business off the ground, I also was subbing full time in the Title I program at Oakdale Elementary School. We needed the supplemental income, and my kids enjoyed seeing me in the hallways and sometimes in their classrooms. There had been some chatter of schools shutting down due to Covid-19, but none of us expected it would happen so quickly. That Friday the 13th, one week before the Warrick County School Corporation was set to close for spring break, the superintendent made the difficult decision to close and shift to virtual learning for three weeks. I went from being a substitute teacher to a homeschooling mom. Seeing the writing on the wall, the teachers – those amazing souls who deserve a pay raise and much, much more respect – compiled packets for each of the students to take home. Those three weeks would turn into virtual

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learning for the remainder of the school year. Our kids’ kindergarten and second grade years were cut short. Not much later, Indiana also made the decision to restrict events. What started as a mandate limiting group gatherings to 10 people or less quickly turned into a shelter-in-place order, meaning my “nonessential” event space also was closed. Rightfully so, potential clients all but stopped reaching out. One of my March weddings had to be postponed. Of the inquiries that did come in, I could only conduct virtual tours to show the space. Luckily, I had some great clients that nonetheless made payments on their rental to help keep us going. So what’s a woman with a to do with no supplemental job, a new business that has little income but mounting bills, and two kiddos who love each other but bicker nonstop? Turn to Facebook, of course. Combining my journalism degree and my use of sarcasm to combat stress, I started to document what seemed to be my real-life Groundhog Day-ja-vu. March 17 - Day 2 of quarantine: Helped kiddos with a little bit of homework. Picked up lunch at Oakdale. Cleaned the kitchen while also doing squats in the kitchen with the kids on my back. They loved it and therefore I will also get in some exercise during this craziness. Baked chocolate chip cookies. Got the kids and dogs outside. Biggest concern thus far - drink the wine now or


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the 3 of us morph into one person, this is how it all started. April 1 - The silver lining of all of this mess has been that it has made me slow down and really take inventory of what is important in my life. My body needed a rest, and my family needed more of me. While we don’t have a traditional front porch, I will forever be grateful for these photos that Rachel Biggs of Plum Portraits took for her Front Porch Sessions. Also April 1 – I posted a video to Facebook of my children reading a fake press release that Gov. Holcomb would require all kids to repeat their current grade level the following school year. One child was excited, while the other, not so much. They spent the next 48 hours playing “April Fools” pranks on anyone and everyone. April 5 - If you want to know how things are going, tomorrow I’m going to start running again. Voluntarily. Without someone chasing me. I’ve eaten so much food and I don’t own a work-

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BoonvilleView.com 11 ing scale to know how bad it has gotten. (Side note: This turned out to be a lie. I couldn’t drag myself outside to go running for another week.) April 8 – Missing social interaction, my friends and I turn to technology. Me and three of my closest girlfriends played an online version of Cards Against Humanity while also in a Zoom session. It was the best two hours of laughter, inappropriate jokes, and wine I’ve had in a very long time. April 11 - Someone make me stop eating sugar! (Side note: At this point I’d consumed copious amounts of homemade chocolate chip cookies, homemade banana bread, ice cream, Skittles, Oreos, peanut butter M&Ms. Stress eating to guar-

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hen Betty Scales Barteau was elected to the Marion Superior Court in 1974, she became the second woman in the history of the State of Indiana and the first woman in Marion County, to serve as a trial court judge. In 1991, she was appointed by Indiana Governor Evan Bayh to the Fifth District of the Indiana Court of Appeals, becoming the third woman ever to serve on that court. She is a Boonville native, having attended grade schools in Tennyson and Folsomville and then

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graduating from Boonville High School in 1952 at the top of her class, when she was 16 years old. After marrying a local young man, Eugene Rector, she briefly attended the Indiana University Extension and in 1961 she was admitted to the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis — ­ without even having an undergraduate degree. Years later, she received her Masters of Law from the University of Virginia. One of the amazing things about this young woman is that, all the while, she was co-parenting and managing the

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schedules of her five young children. While I was interviewing her for this feature story, she shared with me that, “She sometimes wondered if she did enough for the children while she was so involved in getting her own educational pursuits fulfilled.” Even though she and the children’s father would later divorce, she credits him now as “being very supportive when she was studying law.” “I went to night school from 5:30 to 8 p.m., five nights a week,” she said. “Sometimes I made dinner before I left and Gene would come home after working all day and feed the children and put them to bed.” At the time, the children were 1, 3, 5 and 7. Her fifth child was born in 1965 after she graduated in January that same year with honors. In the beginning, it was a big disappointment to find that women lawyers were not being sought after. Her big hopes for a job interview in Indianapolis fell through. Lucky for both her and her beloved older brother, Burley Scales, he had just been appointed as the Warrick County Prosecutor. One of his first orders of business was to appoint her as his Deputy. After serving in the capacities of Deputy Prosecutor in Spencer County, Warrick County Park Board attorney, Town of Tennyson Attorney and Boonville City Judge, from 1965 through 1969, she worked in private law practice with her brother. They were “the team to beat.” In 1969, she moved her family to Indianapolis, where she opened a general law practice that

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Betty Scales Rector Barteau and her brother, Burley Scales. continued for three years. In 1974, the was elected to the Marion Superior Court bench. During her 16 years there, she became a much-learned specialist in family law. From 1979 to 1994, she taught family law at the National Judicial College in Reno, Nev. In 1993, she received their highest award for excellence in teaching. Around this same time, she was also named “Indiana Woman of the Year.” She also received the distinguished service award from the Family and Concilliation Courts.

Also, in 1993, she organized the “Adopt-ASchool-Program” in Marion County. This program matched 32 Marion County judges to middle schools in the area, bringing the reality of the law into these student’s formative years. For this work, she received the indiana judge’s association award for excellance in public information and education. She served as a Community Board Member of the Registered Private Nurses. She was a board member of the Girl Scouts of America, a board


BoonvilleView.com 15 attending schools and colleges, member of the Community and traveling with her. Services Council and a board “They could work a room as member of the Family Services well as i could,” she says. “They Agency. learned a lot about life and what it Perhaps this woman’s most takes to make it one that you can unique and unexpected honor enjoy and also still help others.” came when she was offered a And, eventually, that is what position as the director of the each of them did. Each rewardRussian-American Judicial ing careers in technology, public partnership. Accepting this education, business, public serusaid program meant moving vice and the music scene. Sadly, to Moscow, Russia to live. She one of her sons, Brad Rector, accepted it and remained there who became an accomplished until 2003. “In the beginning, of course,” musician, passed away in 2008. He was 51 years old at the time of she said to me during our interhis death. It is a matter of record view, “I had no knowledge of the Betty’s five children Laura, that, for several years before, Russian language. And I knew Leslie, Brian, Brad and Brent. he travled the world as an audio very little history about Russia, engineer for such well-known as well. But I learned to love the groups as America, The Grateful Dead, Cosby, Stills work and, then the people.” Near the end of her time there, she was awarded & Nash and others. A woman of valor — I think the title sums it up. the “Femida Award,” which is the highest legal What an inspiration she was to her children and to award given in Russia. Speaking about family, her children were thriving, all of us.

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To my

daughter as she graduates high school

Chloe May is a member of the Boonville High School Class of 2020. She was a four-year member of Chamber Choir and a four-year member of the softball team. In addition to high school softball, she also plays on the Southern Indiana Stealers travel team. She will attend Kankakee Community College (located an hour and a half south of Chicago) in the fall to further both her academic and athletic careers. She plans to be a high school English teacher.


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ear Chloe, You were born just 10 months after one of the biggest tragedies in modern history. I’m glad you weren’t alive for it, even though you are probably alive because of it. The world changed that day. When you were less than a year old, we went to war. At 3, we were reeling from a massive hurricane that decimated New Orleans. Then there was a tornado that ripped through our community. Now, you graduate in a pandemic that has literally shut the country down. I know it’s affected you. I know you’ve tried to suck it up and deal, but I see it all over your face. You’re disappointed. You have every right to be. You’ve always asked questions about the world around you. You’ve come to me almost in tears at injustices. You’ve been vocal about reproductive rights and LGBTQ rights. You’ve rallied against drunk driving after you lost a friend to a drunk driver. In your 17 years, you’ve had your share of struggles and failures. But, you’ve always been able to turn those into successes. You almost failed third

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Parting

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In honor of the high school seniors who have lost so much, Boonville High School Principal Mike Whitten and yearbook advisor Michael White have graciously provided us with the Class of 2020 class list and senior quotes.

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You entered the world in the wake of 9/11. You graduate during a pandemic. No doubt these events will shape you. You see beyond borders and political parties. You savor the good. You relish healthy lifestyle habits.

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Alalyna Acree

What if there is no finish line?

Ethan Adams

Just ride the wave.

Rudy Alexander Leslie Allen

Do you think anyone has ever gotten the same rock in their shoe twice?

Riley Anderegg Lucas Anderson

Defeating a sandwich only makes it tastier.

Aaliyah Arthur

And I have one of those loud, stupid laughs. I mean if I ever sat behind myself in a movie or something, I’d probably lean over and tell myself to please shut up.

Aaliyah Bilderback

You cannot start the new chapter of your life if you keep rereading the last one.

Jakob Birge

My father didn’t tell me how to live, he lived, and let me watch him do it.

Rayven Bonke

This school? Wack. Graduating? Wack.

Elizabeth Bracher

You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.

Sabrina Branson

That means I might take a normal thought and think it so profound.

Tyler Bray

Hannah Montana once said that nobody’s perfect... but here I am.

Jaren Broshears

Sometimes going deeper into the dark is the only way to find the light.

Blake Brosmer

If you want something, take it. Nobody is gonna hand it to you.

Michael Bradburn

Camryn Brown

Callyn Bradham

Hunter Bruce

If not, that’s okay with me.

Jacob Baker

And I knew exactly what to do. But in a much more real sense, I had no idea what to do.

Ana Barco

I trust you not because you are worthy of trust, but rather because I have no choice in the matter.

Isaac Barnett

All y’all fake.

Keygan Becker

When the power of love takes over the love of power, the world will know peace.

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Dane Bruner

Ivan Claycomb

Trevor Camp

A lotta two-faced people show me both sides so I figured out I gotta be mine own type.

Braden Chapman

Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.

Travis Cline

OHANA means Family. Famly means nobody gets left behind or forgotten.

Madison Cloutier

I am not good a senior quotes. Can I interest you in a sarcastic comment?

Cassidy Chiaffredo

I’m a lot nicer than my ‘walking to class’ face. I promise.

Davorin Clark

Hope Cobb

Y’all don’t know what a party is until you take shots of Dr. Pepper.

Tyler Cobb

Free Savage.

Kaci Clark

The only think we’re allowed to believe is that we won’t regret the choices we made.

Live by the 7 Bs. Books before boys because boys bring babies. BOOM!

Failure is not something to be ashamed of. It’s something to be powered by. Failure is the highest octane fuel your life can run on. You gotta learn to make failure your fuel. We must embrace failure as our fuel instead of accepting it as our destruction.

Lily Cohoon

There are three types of musicians: those who can count and those who can’t.

Nathan Cohoon Mary Coleman

Don’t worry about those who talk behind your back. They’re behind you for a reason.

Jacob Collins

If brains were gas, some people couldn’t drive an ant’s go-kart two laps around a Cheerio.

Haley Cooper

This wasn’t like High School Musical at all.

Jeffrey Crabtree Madison Cravens

What a long, strange trip it’s been in Boonville High School.

Tricia Cundiff

When your life changes, your insurance policy should do the same.

On the road again. Just can’t wait to get on the road again. The life I love is making music with my friends.

Erika Daniels

God is within her, she will not fall.

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I was not.

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Devin Dennison

And then some...

Kyra Derr

If you are seeing this in the yearbook that means I got all my credits and passed all my classes. Trust me, you can, too.

Kandus Edwards

Breaking the family tradition.

Kenzie Edwards

Nothing is more important than your happiness.

Elijah Elikofer

I enjoy every moment because it is so good and a testament to all the work i’ve put in and I’m speechless.

Noah Elliott

Austin Fortune

Blayze Handegard

Trestin Fox

Jace Hardin

Eli France

A meme a day keeps the gamers away.

Grace Fuquay

It makes me not no never mind.

Devin Galloway

Lily Goedde

If everyone could play football, they would call it wrestling.

I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring. Chase your stars fool, life is short.

Blake Goines

Eat up guys, it’s on me.

Dia Green

Aidan Endlsey

Logan Greene

Logan Etheridge

Worry not that no one knows you; seek to be worth knowing.

Madelyn Figueroa

To play a wrong note is insignificant. To play without passion is inexcusable.

Zachory Floyd

2 chicken Chimichangas, extra rice and no beans. And a cup of queso.

Elias Foor

Leedle Leedle Leedle Lee.

Kiley Hart

November 19, 2001 12:52 p.m.: The first time I disappointed Kaley.

People don’t think the universe be like it is, but do it. I may be 308 years old, but Grandma Prune still lives on.

Kaley Hart

November 19, 2001 12:5012:52 p.m.: The best two minutes of my life.

I live by the rules on the back of a DiGiorno pepperoni pizza box because it’s not delivery, it’s DiGiorno.

Camden Greer

Can I be excused for the rest of my life?

Olivia Greer

Good things aren’t supposed to just fall into your lap. God is very generous, but He expects you to do your part first.

Michael Grigsby

True friends are like family, they stick with you through thick and thin.

Keller Hary

Megan Hatfield

To the world you may be one person, but to that person, you may be the world.

Harrison Hayden

You never know whatcha got ‘til it’s gone.

Cheyenne Hayes

If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun.

Madison Haywood

Live life to the fullest, even if that means skipping school to go to the Build-A-Bear to make a bear.

Logan Heggie

At least I can say one thing about myself, I dressed rather nice. I didn’t spend all that time in the closet for nothing.

Whitney Heidorn

I don’t even believe myself when I say I’ll be ready in five minutes.


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Keagen Hendrickson

Seatgeek is an amazing app that helps me buy tickets in the easiest way possible.

Jamin Henrich

I was told I could be whatever I wanted, so I became The Coon.

Opal Herr

High school is a lot like a slope dude. Freshman and sophomore year is like walking. Junior year is the hike up the hill and then nice and easy coast to the buttom, but you forgot about the trees.

Lillian Horrom

Not my problem.

Morgan Howard

Do you know who you are?

Drew Hudson

Everything can change in an instant, and the future you plan for yourselves shifts whether or not you’re ready. At some point, it happens to all of you... I know the world has changed. The road ahead will be hard. This time, I’m ready because I know war... war never changes.

Tryce Hudson

Haley Irvin

Hold up... let me overthink this too.

Mason Johns

History began on July 4th, 1776. Everything before that was a mistake.

Jenee Johnson-Howland

If you love someone, you tell them. Even if you’re scared that it’s not the right thing. Even if you’re scared that it’ll cause problems. Even if you’re scared that it will burn your life to the ground. You say it and you say it loud and you go from there.

Phoenix Jones

The cake is a lie.

Hayden Keese Logan Keethers

When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.

Tristin Kirk

Eat, sleep, Fortnite, repeat.

Mykayla Koester Laura Kolley

Ethan Hughes

Without the bad there would be no good.

Jacob Hurt

Stephen Kolley

You’ve become part of a bigger universe, you just don’t know it yet.

Jillian Inzerello

Live, love, go mudding.

Juan Martinez Makenzie Mason

I spent 113,880 hours of my life for a paper and a handshake.

Hallie Masterson

Define your success on your terms, achieve it by your own rules and build a life you are proud to live.

Skyla Maxey

You have to be unique and different and shine in your own way.

Chloe May

Spend a little more time trying to make something of yourself and a little less time trying to impress people.

Alexander Mayo Leah McBride

Well now what? I really need to get a life.

Haley McCarty

Everyone makes mistakes, that’s how we learn. Don’t let people’s past define them, instead let it refine them. It doesn’t matter what you’ve done in the past what matters now is the path you’re headed on now.

Grace McConnell

Wow I could so easily freak out right now.

Lauren McConnell

Whenever I’m about to do something, I think, “Would an idiot do that? and if they would, I do not do that thing.

Maggie McDaniel

When my time comes, I wanna buried face down so that anyone who doesn’t like me can kiss my...


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Jordan McKinney

Who knows if perhaps you were made queen for just such a time as this?

Dylan Meredith

If you ain’t first, you’re last.

Zebulun Miles

You really want this don’t you bud?

Bailee Miller Jessica Miller Lucas Miller

Part of the journey is the end.

Emily Minton

Always keep your promises.

Grace Moberly

If you get beaten up by a bald guy, does that mean Mr. Clean did you dirty?

Tia Mockobee

I’ve waited 2,340 days for a piece of paper and a handshake, just to start over...

Liberta Monteforte

You aren’t. (Epic backflip.)

Aislinn Moore

Ight. I’mma head out.

Courtney Moore

I had to stop living for other peole because when I won, we won. When I lost, I had to take that L on my own.

Zeth Moore

To live and not breathe is to die in tragedy.

Hunter Morgan

The struggle is real, the struggle always ends.

William Morrison Hunter Mosley Dakota Mount Luke Murphy

Life is like a sandwich; no matter which way you flip it, the bread always comes first.

Mollie Myers

I’m a damsel. I’m in distress. I can handle this. Have a nice day.

Natalie Nankwenya

Roses are red, ducks go quack, I bet on this page I’m the only one that’s black.

Aaron Newlin

Hostility Toward All Tyranny.

Trevor Nix

Look out, he’s revving his truck, he’s about to throw hands.

Maranda Orange

A big thank you to my friends, family and teachers for making me who I am today.

Garret Overbey Madison Overton

Hey Mom, will you come get me?

Reed Overton

Timshel.

Alexandre Parkhill

At this point, the school is second bed for me.

Jared Perez Cole Persinger

You need a good plan to get high (pole vault).

Leah Persinger

The world is full of idiots that don’t understand what’s important.

Jolynn Petitjean

I wanna ride off on a lawnmower with Patrick Dempsey.

Jackson Phillips

Nobody don’t want it.

Kaylob Pitts

It is important to remember the history in our lives, the good and the bad, that way we can remember the best things in our lives and improve on the bad.

Caleb Pryor

It’s not as great as people make it sound.

Kaley Qualkenbush

None of my assignments are done, but I am!

Skyler Raley

Not all goodbyes are sad... especially this one.


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Gracie Garrett

I’m sorry, did my shoulders distract you from reading this quote?

Austin Reiter

Behind thyself to the spirit of Albusimo!

Marshall Rogers

Live with a relentless pursuit of better.

Willie Rouch

They are the best at what they do and they specialize in the ridiculous.

Taylor Rusin

Andrew Richardson

Give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world.

Grant Rinehart

Jesus is the Christ. His truth enables us to overcome fear and face the future with faith.

Life is tough. But it’s a lot tougher if you are stupid.

To be old and wise you must first be young and stupid.

Jaidyn Robinson

Jared Russell

Joseph Russell

A caterpie may change in a butterfree, but the heart that beats inside remains the same.

Jaryn Robinson

Michael Samples

Keep yourself reserved. Winning fights won’t matter after high school. It doesn’t matter how many relationships you have, what does matter is being in the relationship that makes you happy and you’re willing to change yourself for.

Brooklyn Scales

Girl, you’re thicker than a bowl of oatmeal!

Tyler Scarbrough Dillon Scherzinger

I love my girlfriend.

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The light shines in the darkness and has not overcome it.

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Ain’t nothin but a thang.

Bryce Sheldon

I love lamp.

Darin Simpson

God bless America. Bald eagles and s***.

Alexia Skinner Dayton Smith

The truth hurts so lies were made.

Devin Smith

Without music, life would be a mistake.

Kendall Smith Mackenzie Smith Nicholas Smith

I just wish I could have learned Spanish like Taco Bell learned Zach’s order.

Casey Snipes

Being a senior, I have learned a lot, but expecially that your life is just about to begin.

Katelyn Snow

Erika Stephens

Goodbye everyone. I’ll remember you all in therapy.

Waylon Stephens

I’ll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda.

John Stotler Jr.

Before embarking on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.

Kendra Stuteville

The human body is 90% water, so we’re basically cucumbers with anxiety.

Ashtyn Terry

High school looked so much cooler on TV.

Mitchell Terry Grayson Thomas

When did you become an expert in thermonuclear astrophysics? Last night.

Aaron Uhde

School is a lot like the closet. I’m out of it.

Trisha Uhde

Once a prom princess, always a prom princess.

Dylan Underhill

Rosemary Spradlin

Worrying about things you can’t control is a waste, both on the baseball field and in life.

Trent Stacy

Kelsey-Ann VanWinkle

Hold on, I’ve gotta overthink about it...

That was nothing like High School Musical.

Brandon Walls

Buy BW and you too may graduate.

Dominic Weddle

We’re here to put a dent in the universe. Otherwise, why else even be here?

Chase Welch

It’s really hard being a single mom when you have no kids and are a male teenager.

Charlie Welte

You look like Harley dipped in coffee.

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You look like Charlie dipped in bleach.

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Education is important, but big biceps are importanter.

Ramey Wilder

Sometimes you get to what you thought was the end, and you find it’s a whole new beginning.

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Jorden Williams

It’s better to keep your mouth shut and look stupid than to open it and prove it.

Daimon Wilson

Aren’t all dishes technically hand-washed because you have to put them in the dishwasher, with your hands, or are all dishes dishwasher washed because your hands are a dishwasher?

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Words of

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To honor their seniors, Tecumseh High School Principal Jason Fischer and Yearbook Advisor Samantha Ripple have provided us with a selection of the Class of 2020’s advice to the junior class and the class list.

Take things one day at a time, and don’t panic over what you have no control over.

Make a difference. Don’t be like everyone else.

Make the most out of your senior year, and don’t wish it away!

Enjoy it, it goes by fast.

WASH YOUR HANDS!!!

Don’t think that you have time to do things. Time flies fast, and it’s not waiting for you to catch up.

Never take one single minute for granted. You never know what someone is going through, so if you don’t have anything nice to say then don’t say anything.

Apply for as many scholarships as possible, you won’t regret it. Have fun, no matter the circumstances.


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TecumsehClass HighofSchool 2020

Kimberley Rae Allen Rodney Domonick Blaine Asher Breah Kay Bailey Madison Nichole Ballow Nickolas Michael Ryan Bartlett Leah Ruth Beach Hallie Nicole Becht Camryn Elizabeth Boylls McKenzi Alona Brackett Dustin James Bratcher Elliott Wayne Byers Grant Justis Byers Madison Cathleen Carpenter Laurean Alexandra Cauley Katelin Tyler Cox Sydney Nicole Donley Kyler Brayden Duncan Dustin Allen DuPont McCormick Charles Allen Farney

Nolan Ryan Flowers Jessie Paige Fortune Gage Tyler Green Ella Mae Rose Green Joshua Dalton Grosvenor Ethan Lee Hamilton Eric Tyler Henry Jacob Xavier Hilborn Marcus Ray Hile Chloe Ann Holder Erin Kay Horne Chase Stephen Howell Sean Christian-Anthony Hoyt MaKayla Jordon Hughes Megun Lee Anne Hunt Emilee Jane Isler Jon Charles Jackson Baron William Jones Camden Reece Kemper


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Autumn Breanne Kolley Alexis Jade Leslie Braden Connor Lett Levi Christopher Lillpop Cody Ryan Maihle Ezekiel Xavier Marshall Haley Jo McDaniel Savannah Nichole McGee Collin Christopher Ed McKinney Clay Thomas Moore Nathaniel Orion Nelson Ty Brendan Osborne Zaira Faie Pagett Layne Elizabeth Pemberton Zachary Nathaniel Rogers Amber Nicole Russell David Joshua Jamer Schaefer Alan Michael Siebe Dylan Marshall Simmons Dylan Charles Smith Parker Matthew Smith Emma Kate Spaulding Rebecca Faith Stepro

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finishing the The old gym floor ready for a facelift.

floor The fresh canvas, ready for stain and paint.

The beginning of the sanding process.

Laying out the stencil for the center court logo.

Staining the threepoint wings and logo.


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The newly redesigned BHS gym floor.

T

he empty gyms gave Boonville High School a chance to revamp the old gym floor. The old black and white

version was replaced with a multi-dimensional design that prominently displays the BHS logo. The Boonville Pioneer Athletics Facebook page and Twitter account gave daily updates on the floor as it progressed from sanding to staining and refinishing. The only paint used was on the game lines and the white around the B. The gym has been touted as one of the area’s hidden jewels for years. It’s even easier to see why now! The end result is beautiful!

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flu

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his isn’t our first go-around with a massive pandemic. It’s probably the first any of us remember, though. The following articles are taken verbatim out of the Boonville Standard in 1918 during the Spanish Flu pandemic — which was actually an H1N1 strain of influenza. According to the CDC, the outbreak began in Kansas in March of 1918, just one month after the United States joined WWI. The first real wave of the flu hit in September of that year. The CDC estimates that 195,000 Americans were killed by the virus in October 1918 alone. That led to shortages of nurses, especially with many being sent overseas to aid the troops in their fight. WWI ended in November 1918. With returning soldiers, a second resurgence of the virus hit the U.S. Public health officials began programs educating the public of the dangers of coughing and sneezing. Stores and factories were asked to stagger

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Cincinnatti worked to educate the public on how to prevent the pandemic from becoming as deadly in their city. Photo courtesy of the CDC.

their opening and closing hours to prevent close contact with each other. People were asked to walk to work instead of relying on public transportation in an effort to keep people from being exposed. It was the earliest instance of social distancing. A third wave occurs in the first days of 1919. San Francisco reported 101 deaths in just five days When it was over, an estimated 500 million people — one third of the world’s population — became infected with the virus. Scientists still don’t fully understand what made the pandemic so devastating, but have said that the fact that they had no vaccine and no antibiotics to treat secondary infections could play into the death toll. Control efforts were limited to “isolation, quarantine, good

An ad in a 1918 issue of the Boonville Standard.


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The seriousness of the influenza situation in Boonville is causing many plans to be made for the Red Cross volunteers delivered supplies to relief of many victims. homes affected by the virus. In many homes, every member of the family is ill and unable to attend to the wants of one another. Mrs. Ed Jarrett, who was appointed by the Red Cross to take care of the Physicians, Take Notice situation, is calling for volunteer nurses. Instructions received Wednesday from Dr. Hurty are emphatic. He is backed by the full authority of The Farmer’s Hotel, on Third Street, is a hospital in itself, fourteen cases having developed there. the national government. The Elks home was converted into an emergency Physicans must report to the local health officer each day before 7 p.m. their cases of influenza and hospital Tuesday. Contributions of bedding, towels pneumonia. Physicians failing to make such reports and other accessories are being sent in and many more are needed. Patients were received at the will be listed as “slackers” by the national governhome Wednesday. ment. This is a war measure and should be complied with by patriotic physicians without urging. To the Public J. G. Hoover, M.D., The “flu” ban was temporarily removed Thursday County Health Commissioner night at midnight and all paces of amusement will personal hygiene, use of disinfectants and limitations of public gatherings, which were applied unevenly.” Sound familiar? Enjoy this glimpse into the past, slackers!

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36 May/June 2020 be allowed to run and the churches will be permitted to hold their weekly services. The public schools will be permitted to open Monday. Great care must be exercised in order that the ban will not have to be placed on again. Persons with colds or coughs are requested to remain away from these places and also to avoid crowds or congested places. If the public will cooperate no further suspension of business will be thought necessary. The doctors are urgently requested to file their daily reports. Some are very negligent in this matter and in order to keep an accurate count this must be done. Dr. W. W. Rhudy The ‘Flu’ The rumor is about town that there are a thousand cases of influenza in Boonville. When asked to make a statement about it, F. M. Lindley, the newly-appointed deputy health officer, said last night that while he was not prepared to state the exact number of cases, he was of the opinion that there were less than three hundred cases in town. “One hundred and sixty-seven cases were officially reported and recorded the last ten days,” he said, “and while there is no doubt that there are many cases unattended by physicians, and so not reported, I fell sure that the number given is high enough. I do not pretend to say that this is better or worse than in the past, but merely give the figure as based on reports handed in.” The number of new cases reported in the health office for Dec. 2, 3 and 4, respectively were 22, 14 and 8. A committee of business men waited on the different physicians yesterday and asked their opinion of the situation. The concensus of opinion gathered during the interviews is that the situation is better than it was a week ago, both in number and severity of cases. The business men feel that it is due the citizens that the true state of affairs be made public, and the idle rumor of the street

be combated whenever met. Deaths Brief Report of Those Passing Away During the Past Week Nancy F. Martin, of Boonville, aged 4 years, 10 months and 27 days, died The Indiana State Board of November Health offered advice on how 8 of influto avoid the flu, how to care for enza. Burial those who had it and how nursat Garrison es should treat patients. Chapel Nov. 9. Ellen Southwell, wife of Thomas J. Southwell, aged 30 years, 4 months and 5 days, died at Evansville Nov. 9 of influenza. Burial at Wesley Chapel Nov. 11. Mollie Fisher, aged 22 years, 2 months and 26 days, wife of Noble Fisher, died Nov. 11 of influenza and burial took place at Ashby Cemetery Nov. 12. A 3-year-old child of the above parents died Nov. 14, also of influenza. James Brammer, aged 35 years, 11 months and 18 days, died Nov. 11 at the Elks Hospital after a short illness of influenza. The remains were interred at Barnett Cemetery Nov. 13. Ernest Kloht, aged 78 years, 4 months and 13 days, died at his home in Boonville Nov. 12. The funeral will be held Sunday, with burial at Maple Grove. Martha E. Smith, daughter of Ernest Smith, died Nov. 13 at her home in Boonville of influenza. Funeral on Nov. 14 at Freedom Cemetery. Fred King, aged 29 years, 9 months and 5 days, died at his home in Boonville on Nov. 14 of influenza. Interment at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Spencer County on Nov. 15.

The Red Cross in St. Louis recruited volunteers to supplement the overrun ambulance service.


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KNOWING THEIR WORTH By Colleen Talley

ith the coronavirus on everyone’s mind, some have probably wondered, “How am I going to be able to vote in the primary?” Hopefully many of you called the county clerk’s office to ask for a mail-in ballot. The museum thought it would be a good reminder in these difficult times that voting has not always been a right for everyone, especially women. It took 70 difficult years of trying in Indiana to finally secure the right to vote, and it wasn’t pretty. The 19th Amendment ratified 100 years ago finally allowed white women to vote; it would take another decade before women of color got the same rights. The museum has a display commemorating that historic election and the lengths women went to in order to be able to write their names in the 1920 pink voter registration books. Reluctant to allow the sexes to mix even in the registration books, men used separate manila colored ones that year. In later elections in the 1920s, the pink books were abandoned so everyone signed in together. Visitors, when the museum opens, may look through these books to see if they can find the names of their grandmothers or great-grandmothers

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was instrumental in obtaining legislation for the teachers retirement fund, salary raises and school benefits. Among other items on display are photos of suffragettes in their trademark white dresses and hats in various parades from the turn of the last century advocating their voting rights cause. Also on display are two costumes, one a typical white dress and yellow voting sash of the 1900 to 1920 period, as well as a black skirt and bodice more typical of the attire of women who worked for the vote in the 1850 to 1880 era. Newspaper articles, an American flag of the period, and other items round out the exhibit. If the coronavirus abates and the museum is allowed to be open in May or June, we hope you will stop by to see this most important exhibit. Check our Facebook page and new website for more information about the museum and future events. We will get through this together as our grandmothers did before us as they set out to change the culture of a nation.

if they lived any community in Warrick County in 1920. A woman voter had to give her name, address, age and state where they were born. One of the oldest ladies to vote was 91-year-old Ann Kugler of R. R. 5, Boonville who was born in Nashville, Tenn. Of course, there were many 21-year-olds who came to vote, including Edith Hargrave and her 50-year-old mother, Cora L. Hargrave, both of 316 E. Sycamore Street in Boonville. Many women voted that year. It must have been quite the occasion. Also featured in the exhibit is a tribute to Mrs. Ida R. Wilson of Boonville, southern Indiana’s first woman state legislator. A Republican elected in the 1940s, she represented her constituents in Vanderburgh, Posey and Warrick ably and honorably. She was instrumental in establishing the county library system in Indiana and introduced school consolidation laws to enlarge schools and improve curriculum. She was a ranking member of the Education Committee and

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Perri Huddleston enjoys a dinner with her family... social distance style.

Miranda Parker shared before and after pictures of her son, Ethan. ‘Social distancing works great for country boys!’

Jeff, Jewelee, Anna, and Wil Kranning enjoy the fire pit during quarantine.

Morgan Ransom paints to hide in the community.

Morgan Poellein painting her Nana’s door.


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This home in Chandler reguarly decorates their fence for the season. It’s new message is aimed at the current situation.

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Above: Debi Neal and JanAnn Houston partnered to collect donations to decorate the windows at the three local nursing homes. On March 20, Debi, JanAnn, Patti Clutter, Donna Hook, Peggy Smith, Emily May, Linda Evans and Calle May went around and placed hearts - made by Dan Phillips of Phillips Signs - on the windows of nursing home residents to show that they’re not forgotten. At right: Woodmont Health Campus is the home of heroes.


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Tina Phillips is growing petunias.

Johanna Marilee Leslie’s daughter has been keeping busy completing online yoga online segments.

Tracey Lackey participated in the bear hunt.

Taunya Kirsch and her family enjoy card games. Alyssa Adcox and her daughters make cards for nursing homes.

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Brad, Angela, Lauren and Avery McConnell work on puzzles.


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Sincerely, I

The Class of

shouldn’t have the time to write this, but I do. My senior year has been ripped out of my hands. I have been working towards these few events for 12 years - my senior softball season, senior night, senior prom and graduation. I feel terrible for myself as well as all other seniors. This is a story we will all tell our kids, nieces and nephews, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and so on. Sure, our parents told us the stories of “having to walk five miles uphill to school both ways.” Our story, however, is true - about how all 12 years of working towards one common goal was taken away from us. I’m sure that for some students, this is heaven. But for some of us, this is the opposite. I have never wanted to be at school more than I do right now. My first softball game would have been Tuesday, March 31, but our season was officially cancelled on April, 2. I’ve been playing fastpitch softball for 8 years. I’ve spent the last three and a half years practicing and playing with the Southern Indiana Stealers and Boonville High School. I’ll never get my real senior night. I won’t see my teammates on that high school field that last time. No chance at state my senior year. No chance at winning games with my team and celebrating. Although I am missing these things, I still have my last summer with my travel team, the Southern Indiana Stealers. I’ve been on this team for seven and a half years. I also have signed to play softball for Kankakee Community College, so I have that to look forward to. I get a whole new set of teammates, roommates, and friends. I’m moving out of my house for the first time, which is both exciting and terrifying. I also lost my final choir performances. I didn’t get my final shot at gold with distinction at ISSMA,

Chloe May and Madison Overton, the only two seniors on the BHS softball team. final spring concert, or senior song. I don’t get to have my last song with all the other seniors. With my best friends. These are people that I’ve been singing with since seventh grade, and this was the final moment we all looked forward to spending with each other before graduation. Now everything we have been working for, every song we’ve sang, means nothing. We lost one of our classmates December 17, 2016. Skylar Robinson-Williamson was an amazing


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person. She was so kind to everyone, so supportive and sweet. We were all trying to make it through high school and everything we have to get through, for her. We were in choir together seventh, eighth, and ninth grade, until she passed. We all perform for her, just as we did at her funeral. I understand that this is a very dire situation and there is more at stake than missing a few ceremonies. There are people fighting for their lives. However, this is my time to grieve what I have lost. I’ve seen reports that colleges are considering closing until 2021, which worries me about both my college career and softball career. Though this does seem like it has been all bad, there is good in everything. As of now I’m supposed to move out of my childhood home by August 12. I’ve lived in the same house my entire life, so many of my childhood memories happened in this house. This quarantine has given me borrowed time that I wouldn’t have had with my family, dogs and home. If this were a normal time, my time would be filled with school, softball games, homework and my job. This has given me time to take a step back and slow down before I run full speed into adulthood. ----Chloe May

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ne of the lesser mentioned aspects of this unfortunate situation is the effect that this quarantine is having on the student-teacher bond. Seeing each other several days a week was our sense of normalcy and now we have been reduced to a patchwork of Zoom meetings and Google Classroom updates. These methods do not compare to the face-to-face interactions we were accustomed to enjoying. This has been a difficult transition for us students, but we cannot imagine how hard it has been for the teachers and staff of BHS. We would like to express our gratitude for all the work they are doing to continue to ensure our success. We will treasure all the memories that we have shared during our four years at BHS. Our experience as Pioneers has been nothing short of spectacular and we will never forget the debt owed to our teachers. While we are physically separated, we are trying to make the most of the situation by keeping in touch and adapting to our unique circumstances. The Class of 2020 appreciates all the hard work and dedication our teachers have put in to make the end of this year as normal as possible. We thank, miss and appreciate you! ----Grayson Thomas, Reed Overton, Jordan McKinney, Braden Chapman and Willie Rouch, Boonville High School class officers

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