Alva Neal High School - Kite Yearbook (Franklin, IN)

 - Class of 1930

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4 1 1 1 J 1 1 4 I 1 Uhr liitv nf IHHH Alun Nwl High Sarhnnl Franklin, Enhiana EIIIGJIIEIIIEIIFEIIIEIIIEIIIEIEIIIUIIEIIVIQI THE KITE IIHIElIIElIIE!EllIE'lIlE1IE4lIE1lHIlE'llEl Kite illilainr Stal? MARIAN KEITH ................................................ Editor-in-Chief RICHARD LaGRANGE .......... ........ A ssociate Editor MAURICE SERVICE ,..,...,,. ..,.................... B usiness Manager JOHN ALEX. McCLAIN ........,..... Associate Business Manager ROBERT BRYANT .......... .........,..... C irculation Manager A tx ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Marian Keith Maurice Service Editor-in-Chief Business Manager A. Dale Allen Faculty Advisor Busan I IEIlVrP.lllEll'E1IfElIEIlElElIlEIlEIIIE1JIlQl THE KITE lHlff9llElllEllIEllF'91iIElllElV-9-lllEiIl'5-'llEI .unImuluuInmmmunmmmIunIunnumluIIInluumummuuununuuulum. FOREWORD After weeks of conscientious work, we, at last, are presenting The Kite of 1930 for your approval. It will be read! We hope it pleases you and will be a store-book to which you can turn in y e a r s to come and bring back memories of the dear old days spent in Franklin high school nestled in the City of Homes. "'IIlllIllIIllllIllIIIIIlIIlllllllIllllllllIllIlllIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIF ' i936n"'i EIIEIIEIIIEIIIEAIEIIEIIEIIEIQEIIEIIIEII THE KITE Elll'ElllmlmlElllUlElllElIEllEllE1lEl lllllllllllllIIIIllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll- DEDICATION ' We take great pleasure in dedicat- ing The Kite of 1930 to William Stan- ley Porter, a man who made school more than just a building in which to obtain knowledgeg who in his first year as principal has shown marked ability as a guide and executive 5 and who, when weighed in the balance of all that a good leader should be, was not found wanting in any respect. millllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIllIIIIIIIIlIIlIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII i930 F3lIEliIEllIE'llFEllEl!EfIVrHllIEllE'llfElrElI THE KITE Elf!IHlE1?rE1!F1?llrr-i1JiIEll'rE'1!fiJilEIVHll I W. STANLEY PORTER EEJEIEJEIELIEIE EIHIEIIEIIEIITEIEFIFEIIHIEIEIIEII THE KITE EIIEIIIEIIIEIEJIElf-i1llIFJlVfHilfE1lIEJ!ffl! Jmm..........................um..................,......................................m m.U11fP11TH Srhnnl 1-Xrtiuitirn Athlriirn Zlhaiuren 'llllllllllllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIllIllllllIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllilIIIIIIIF Svrhnnl ' . X .. .-4 x xx. . 5116, 'fffE1 . A :Q-if Y M3555 gm- ' '. L Y. fk.'5Z5f': api, 59: fzfrffiif 4 - tix-.lr N ' Ki, xSs+g'12g1::.x ' ' -f2f,sfrg:.-- xwgdl rf, 4: 'gg .:::5-,g,.-ji 135.555 Q fx-.f-. 1,12 J:-,ag fyf, . r' ..,. viii .fi IHlliQ!lIE!IElIlE1lf!l!VE9IIElllE1llElIIE1IfE1 THE KITE EIEFEIEIWFEIFJFEIETIEVQIETI ,-IEIEIEIQSO. IEHIEI!E!lWllE'lIIHlVElIEIIEilEi!HlVSl ' THE KITE IFEIIEIVIEIIIEIIE-'lliilEflfElliElllUlfE'llfEi Franklin Eublic Library Alva Neal High School Gymnasium 93 Iillf-ill I IIEIEIIIHIIEII IHIIHIIGJI IEIHIVEIIIE IIHIIEWIIEIIH 1 up up if I I 1 1 y l I D y -i W Q ,W I F' " " " 'W L A ., A., A...AJ " 9 ITEIIIEIIVEIIIGJIIEJIHIIEJIIEIIWIIEIIEIILEI THE KITE FEYIHIEIIIEEIEIIIEIIWIWIIEIEIIEIIE-ll Zin Memoriam Amador T. Wyrick i School Board A great deal of the success of the past few years of work in Alva Neal high school is undoubtedly due to the splendid administration on the part of each member of the school board. They have the 'spirit of progress and were chosen because they are known as men of keen vision and broad understanding. Indeed, Franklin citizens do not realize the amount of work expended by the school board, and the general public, along with the students and faculty owe a debt of gratitude for all the untiring services which have been thus rendered. I. T. Bice R. H. Sellers L. A. Young I 9 3 0 EIEIEJEIEW Ellillwlfillwlwllillllilllilllilllillllell THE KITE lElIV2'l.Ifi1lElllEIIE'llIE1lIE1JlIElIlEllrE'1IH Om' Superintendent ARTHUR C. CAMPBELL The schools of Franklin have enjoyed an unusually successful term during the past nine months. This marked showing has been tremendously influenced by the skillful and progressive leadership of Prof. A. C. Camp- bell, superintendent of the Franklin city school system. Ably assisted by capable principals in the various schools of the city, together with the hearty cooperation of the general teach- ing staff and the student groups, Mr. Camp- bell has completed during this school year a worthwhile educational program of which the Franklin community should be extreme- ly proud. l930 Elllglmllmlmlllgimllmllmllmllmllwl THE uI9 KITE lIEllIEJlIE'JlIE'l2!ElIlHlIEIIEJXIEIIVE-UlIEllE'l FREDERICKA DECKARD Art Warsaw High School Michigan State Normal College John Herron Art School W. STANLEY PORTER, A. B Principal Edinburg High School Franklin College Graduate Student Indiana University J. B. WALKER, A. B. Industrial Arts Columbus High School Indiana State Teachers College Franklin College BLANCHE McBRIDE, A. B. English Redkey High School Butler University A. DALE ALLEN, A. B. Journalism Greensburg High School DePauw University Butler University Graduate Student Indiana University REEDA HOLSTEIN, A. B. French - Franklin High School Franklin College Graduate Student Illinois University SUSANNAH OTT, A . B., B. Home Economics Franklin Franklin High School College Columbia University Chicago University S NETTIE C. CRAFT, B. S. Science Franklin High School Franklin College Harvard University MARY HOMSHER, A. B. English Franklin High School Franklin College ROGER DEPUTY, A. B. Mathematics Franklin High School Franklin College 30 EiilE'lIIE'JllElllEllIElIEllE1IElIGJlVEllIEl THE KITE IIEIJIEIIHIFEIIFGJIIEIIEIHIIEIIIEJIEITEI ELTHEA B. WHITESIDES, R. N Health Franklin College Soldiers Home Hospital Cleveland City Hospital Western Reserve University JOHN R. MOORE, B. S. Asst. Principal Physical Education Waterloo High School Tri-State College University of Michigan Ball State Teachers College V. E. BREIDENBAUGH, B. S. Commercial Huntingburg High School Indiana State Teachers College Graduate Student Indiana University ELEANOR EVERROAD, A. B. English Franklin High School Franklin College JULIA LAWSHE, Ph. B. Secretary Franklin High School VVestern College Franklin College ROBERT P. VANDIVIER, A. B. Coach History Franklin High School Franklin College Illinois University PORTER D. DOBYNS, A. B. Science Franklin High School DePauw University Indiana University Butler University GLADYS VANCE, A. B. Latin North Vernon High School Franklin College JAMES L. VANCLEAVE, B. S. A Vocational Agriculture Salem High School Purdue University ROSE A. MEREDITH, A. B. Music ' Clark Township High School Franklin College Danville Normal Chicago Music School National Summer School of Music Northwestern Music School il ElliEl!IEIIHl!E3lIE1llEllE!VrSJlIEllElQI THE KITE EiMrElIEllIE-UIEIEIIEIIVIIWIIEIIFEII EEEE I930 IEllIEUIIEU JIEIWIEIEIIIEII IEUIIEYI IEIIIEJIEIIEJI IJIEIIIEIIHIIEIIHIIEJI b Q i i i m 4 4 m y 1 4 a I ,, ,, Q -Nl r ' A A 'v LA.,A..A...AJ " EE 0 Ellellmllfgllmlllwllellfrlllimlfellmllwl THE KITE IT3ill!l5-'lllElllmllElfi!lIE1lHlEllIEllEUlE!l Senior Class Maurice Service John McClain Lowc-ll Deer Alice Drake President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer new Take a look at US!! Consider and try to appreciate the talent, the beauty, and the unapproachable success HJ of the SENIORS OF '30!! Yes, we were once called Freshies! With aching hearts and tear-dimmed eyes, we bid good-bye to that honorable U1 name and became "Sophs." But as we were a very brilliant class, after only a short year's time, we called ourselves Juniors flove-sick? Ah, yeslj Behold the result! With all respect, imagine us in the last named roles fif you canj but see us as we now are-true monarchs ruling from our indisputable fbut rather shakyj throne. Our basket-ball stars are pointed to with pride. We claim from the varsity squad Burke Anderson, Donald Brewer, William Dollens, and Emerson Daughertyg also John McClain, John Vaught, and Charles McGinnis from the second team. We are proud of our high scholastic rating since members of the class have con- sistently led the honor roll for the last two years. With our record of having the largest class ever graduated from F. H. S. and by loyal interest and hard work, we have won for ourselves a name that will live long in the annals of Franklin high school history. Sponsors for the class of 1930 are W. Stanley Porter and Miss Eleanor Everroad. l Q I930 E ElIEIlE'llVr9JlfElEllE'llIElllE1llElff2lIE1I THE KITE Elfillfilffi' IE'-llfilllfillillfiilrelnlillfi-Ill MERRILL HENDRICKSON Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 MARGUERITE SHUMWAY Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4-Annual Staff 1 Glee Club 2, 3, 4--Commentary 3 Junior Red Cross 3, 4-French Club 4 GRACE M. TURNEY Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4--Latin Club 2 Glee Club 2, 3, 4-Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Junior Red Cross Council 4 B. T. S. Club 4-Typing Team 4 JOSEPH T. HANDLEY Latin Club 2-Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y Club 3, 4-Hi-Y Quartet 4 Glee Club 3, 4-Annual Staff 4 French Club 4-Junior Red Cross 3, 4 CHARLES R. GIBSON Basketball 4135 1, 2 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Track 3 Basketball QAJ 3 Glee Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 MARIAN KEITH 1-'resident Class 1-Treasure Class 2 B. T. S. Club 3, 4-French Club 4 French Glee Club 4-Commentary 3 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Delegate to Press Convention 4 Editor-in-Chief of Annual 4 ERMA E. FORSYTH Latin Club 2 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 3, 4 MARIAN VANVLEET Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary of Class 3 French Club 4 Treasurer of French Club 4 B. T. S. Club 4 French Glee Club 4 KATHRYN MOSSOP Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Glee Club 3, 4 French Glee Club 4 French Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 JAMES BRIDWELL Track 1, 2 Basketball QBJ 2 Basketball QAJ 3 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Vice-President of Hi-Y Club 3 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 EJUEIEIEIEIEIE l930 Ellwllalgywgmllmllfwllmlmllmlllellldi THE KITE llililllmliilfilllillilmililiilimiiil' MARGARET BURTON Entered from Needham 2 Latin Club 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Treasurer of Junior Red Cross B. T. S. Club 4 Annual Statf 4 CHARLES F. DEPPE Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 State Chorus 2, 4 Latin Club 2 Secretary of Latin Club 2 Council 4 Red Cross Council 4-President of Class 3 Hi-Y Club 3, 4-Chaplain Hi-Y Hi-Y Quartet 4-B. T. S. Club WILLIAM G. FURNISH Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2 B. T. S. Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 HELEN DAVIS Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 French Club 4 ALICE DRAKE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Vice-President of Latin Club 2 French Club 4 B. T. S. Club 4 Treasurer of Class 4 Assistant Jabber Editor 4 Annual Staff 4 W. MELVIN MURPHY Latin Club 2 Orchestra 2 Entered from Morgantown 3 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 LAURA BERNACE WEBB Entered from Needham 2 Latin Club 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 LYDIA DORIS VEST Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 French Club 4 B. T. S. Club 4 PAUL CUMMINGS Student Council 2 Track 2 President Class 3 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Dramatic Club 3 BERNICE BRIDGES Sunshine Society 1, 2, B. T. S. Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Typing Team 4 3,4 Club 3 4 930 E lElllElllElllEJllEJlEIlE1lE1lEEHlElllEll THE KITE IE'1lVS'JlEllFi'llElifElIIElrF!IF2'JlFElWlEll LOWELL DEER Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 French Club 4 Secretary of Class 4 Annual Staff 4 ROSAMOND E. ARMSTRONG Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Soicety 2, 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 French Club 4 Vice President of B. T. S. Club 4 Typing Team 4 MARIE LAWSHE President of Class 1-Dramatic Club 1, 2 Secretary of Class 2 Entered from Tekoa, Wash., 3 Sunshine Society 3,44 Home Economic Award 3 Junior Class Award 3 Franklin School Award 3 Glee Club 4-French Club 4 Junior Red Cross Council 4 RALPH EARLYWINE Hi-Y Club 3, 4-Junior Red Cross Council 4 Reporter of Council 4 Red Cross Delegate to Washington, D. C., 3 Glee Club 3, 4 Hi-Y Quartet 4-Commentary 3 B. T. S. Club 4-Secretary of B. T. S. 4 Editor of Triangle 4 DONALD WHEELING Track 1-Glee Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 EDNA DeBAUN Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4-Latin Club 2 Treasurer of Sunshine Society 3 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Junior Red Cross Council 4 B. T. S. Club 4 MARY FERGASON Treasurer of Class 1-Latin Club 2 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4-Glee Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Secretary of Red Cross Council 3 Delegate to Press Convention 4 President of Sunshine Society 4 Annual Staff 4 DOROTHY C. WHITE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 y Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4-French Club 4 LOISANN BUCHANAN Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4-Latin Club 2 Orchestra 3-Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4--B. T. S. Club 4 HAROLD THOMPSON Latin Club 2-Entered from Needham 2 Hi-Y Club 3, 4-Junior Red Cross 3, 4 i930 EIlElIfE1JlHlIElU-iiifElfwi'JIlE1IIE'JlreJIEi THE 1 I KITE ElrillrelllEllVEJlfG1llEllIElHllE1lVEl!lEl ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4-Latin Club 2 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Treasurer of B. T. S. Club 4 BRUCE JOLLY Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2--Glee Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cros 3, 4 JOHN A. McCLAIN Secretary of Class 1 Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2-Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Basketball CBJ 3, 4-Red Cross Council 4 Fire Council 4-Vocational Club 4 Vice President of Hi-Y Club 4 President Vocational Club 4 Vice President of Class 4-Annual Staff 4 FRANCES BEAMAN Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4-Commentary 1 Sfcretary of Class 2-Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Vice President of Red Cross Council 4 French Club 4-B. T. S. Club 4 Assistant Jabber Editor 4 French Glc-e Club 4-Annual Staff 4 MARGARET HOUGLAND Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 BURKE ANDERSON Entered from Crothersville 2 President of Class 2-Basketball QBJ 2 Latin Club 2-Basketball CAD 3, 4 Hi-Y Club 3, 4-President of Hi-Y Club 4 President of French Club 4 Delegate to Press Convention 4 Annual Staff 4 KATHARINE JANE WYRICK Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4-Latin Club 2 Annual Staff 2-Junior Red Cross 3, 4 French Club 4-French Glee Club 4 State Chorus 4 BETTY BURKE Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3. 4-Latin Club 2 Junior Red Cross 3, 4-French Club 4 French Glee Club 4 RAYMOND JONES Club 3, 4 Entered from Needham 2-Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2-Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4-B. T. S. Club 4 FRANCES E. SEFTON Entered from Needham 2-County Chorus 2 Orchestra 2, 3-Glee Club 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4 Vice President of B. T. S. Club 3 President of B. T. S. Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4--Typing Team 4 930 IIE1!IE'lfEJlWlEllHllElIlENEllEllVElllEl ARLIE W. BRANIGIN Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 DOROTHY BENNETT Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 Shorthand Team 4 LEAH MARGARET RIKER Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 French Club 4 French Glee Club 4 B. T. S. Club 4 MAURICE C. SERVICE Track 1 Basketball QB! 2, 3 Vice President of Class 3 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 President Junior Red Cross Council 4 Vice President of Hi-Y Club 3 THE KITE HIE!UIEIIFEIIEIHIWIWIHIVGHIVUI Delegate to Red Cross Convention at Vlfash ington D. C., 3 President of Hi-Y Club 3 President of Class 4 Delegate to Press Convention 4 Annual Staff 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 FORREST FULLER Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 MARY KATHRYN BAKER Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Typing Team 2 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 3, 4 State Commercial Contest 3 Penmanship Team 3 Vice President of Sunshine Society 4 Typing Team 4 GLADYS MURRAY Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4 Junior Rod Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 French Club 4 HAZEL HARRISON Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Entered from Edinburg 4 French Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 LEDA PARKHURST Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 3, 4 HAROLD STOUT Basketball CBJ 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 EIIEJITEIIEWIIEHIIEIITEIIIEIIIEIIHI THE KITE nilflillilmlmllmlymlmlmlllellrmilllell HAZEL AGNES McQUINN Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 French Club 4 French Glee Club 4 B. T. S. Club Reporter 4 Bookkeeping Team 4 WILLIAM WEBB DOLLENS Entered from Needham 2 Basketball fBJ 2, 3 Latin Club 2 Basketball QAJ 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 ROY G. TRUE Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 Bookkeeping Team 4 MARIE A. YASTE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 Shorthand Team 4 LORENE SHAKE , Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 ' Latin Club 2 Junior Red Cros 3, 4 Glee,Club 4 B. T. S. Club 4 i RALPH v. Moz1NGo Latin Club 2 ' Junior Red Cross 3, 4 BURNETT GEE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 DOROTHY LOWE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 B. 0. S. Club 3 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 CLARICE M. CLARK Glee Club 1 Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 JOHN E. VAUGHT Basketball CBJ 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 El930 EIIEIIIEFFEIIEIIEJIIEIIEIIIEJIEJIIEIIEII HAROLD B. MQKANE Junior Red Cross 3, 4 ELTA MITCHELL Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 VELMA PHILLIPS Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 LAWRENCE E. YATER Dramatic Club 1 Entered from Shelbyville 2 Basketball KBJ 3 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Yell Leader 4 FRANCES JEAN PRITCHARD Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 State Chorus 3 French Club 4 French Glee Club 4 B. T. S. Club 4 MARY ETTA FURNISH Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 State Chorus 4 - Annual Staff 4 - MILDRED ELIZABETH SWIFT Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 French Club 4 French Glee Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 CHARLES DONALD BREWER Basketball KAJ 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2 Orchestra 1, 2 . Entered from Whiteland 3 Basketball QAJ 3, 4 Orchestra 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 HELYN GEE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 Typing Team 4 JEAN FRANCES WALKER Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 French Club 4 French Glee Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Typing Team 4 THE KITE Eluellmlrelluwlrellmlmlrelllilliillrill l930 KITE I.ellIElIlE'1lIEllFE'lliHllE'JllElIElrE'JIEllIU lEllIEllV9llVHlIIE'JIlEllWWllEllVElIiElllE1' THE 'l I , :I9 MARTHA PATTERSON Glee Club 1 Orchestra 1 Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 WILLIAM R. ALLEN Track 1 Orchestra 1, 2 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 STELLA CURRY Basketball 1, 2 Secretary of Class 2 Sunshine 3, 4 Entered from Union 4 CHARLES McGINNIS Entered from Needham 2 Basketball QBQ 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Vocational Club 4 FLORENCE M. CLARKE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 Shorthand Team 4 GILMORE STOTT Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 Typing Team 4 MARY K. PERKINS Sunshine Soicety 1, Junior Red Cross 3, HOMER PRUIT Junior Red Cross 3, French Club 4 ROXY BUSH Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer of Class 2 Entered from Nineveh 4 Junior Red Cross 4 RALPH RUEFF Basketball QBJ 1 Entered from Needham 2 Latin Club 2 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Treasurer of Hi-Y 4 Glee Club 4 RUTH ANNETTE SALISBURY Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 WALTER BYERS Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Band 2, 3, 4 2,3,4 4 4 30 Tli-'-lIHlEJlrrElllEllf1i'lIlE1lIE1llE'JlVH1ll'r12'JlElI FAY ANDERSON Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 JOHN C. HENDRICKS Orchestra 2 Band 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Vocational Club 4 ' HERSCHEL BRYANT Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 3, 4 RUBY SHORT Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 3, 4 Bookkeeping Team 4 EDNA MAE HENDRICKS Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4 French Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 KENNETH CRIDER Bloomington H. S. 1, 2 Industrial Booster's Club 2 Seymour High School 3 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Hi-Y Chaplain 4 BURTON GUTHRIE Entered from New Castle 1 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Vocational Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 ELIZABETH OHLROGGE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 2, 3 B. T. S. Club 3, 4 French Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 MINNIE COSBY Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 4 B. T. S. Club 4 ADAIR OWENS Student Council 1 Comment Staff 1 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 B. T. S. Club 4 French Club 4 CHARLOTTE P. VARDIMAN Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3, 4 THE KITE IEIIEIEJIVEQEIOFJIEIIEIIVPJIEIZEIIHI I930 Ii1IIEJlIElllEIVE'lIfE1JlIHIW!!i1JIIE1IEllE.!l THE KITE li1llE1lFI2!IiE1iVf!!lEllVrPJIIHIIE'JWlrEllF1ill 1 I9301 IIHIEIHIWIHI IEIIEIIIEIIEJI I IIE IIEIIIEJIMVEII I IEIIHIIEHIEI D I I ! I I I I I -' W A -.N l F 'Z " " W L A .,A.. A...AJ " ElHlElVf!llIE'llFEliEIVv1JlV!lIVEllHIlF!l THE KITE Irv!IIEJIVEIIIHSQEIEIIEJIEIIIHIIEIIEIEI. junior Class Norman Lloyd Robert Bryant Pauline Featherngill Mary Lagle President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer UQJSBU The Junior class is fast making its way on the road to success and fame Qalso in planning mischief for next yearj They are looking forward with high hopes to next year, when with their diplomas in hand, the great industrial leaders of the world will bring their entreaties to them on silver platters. The class of '31 has had its full share of net stars, having among its members Norman Lloyd, Loy Underwood, Noble Kerr, Harold Owens, William LaGrange, and Vernon Yates. Condor Lortz is the only representative on the second team. The class of '31 has won a high place for themselves in the scholastic rating of the school, and of this they are justly proud. Also, with all due respect, they are thankful for and appreciate the hard work put out for them by their sponsors, Miss Reeda Holstein and J. B. Walker. The Juniors consider themselves the pride of the high school Qcould they equal the Seniors?J and after three years of grind and rebuff they steadfastly promise to leave a name after next year that will honor the halls of F. H. S. H1930 HEIHIEIIFEIIEIIEIEIIHIEIEIHIIQI THE KITE lLLl'VillIE'1lEllVE!lIElHlVEllIHlEllVrEllrEl NORMAN LLOYD Vice President of Class 1 Basketball CBJ 1 Basketball QAJ 2, 3 Track 1 President of Class 3 Glee Club 3 Hi-Y Club 3 Vice President of Red Cross Council 3 President of Older Boys' Conference 3 MIRIAM WILSON Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3 , NOVA MURRAY Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 MERLE D. ROE Junior Red Cross 3 Hi-Y Club 3 Track 3 IRIS HOUGLAND Hi-Y Club 3 Junior Red Cross 3 ELIZABETH SCOTT Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 Junior Red Cross Council 3 ROLLA DURBIN Entered from Needham 2 Junior Red Cross 3 Vocational Club 3 GERALD PARKHURST Inter-class track 1 Junior Red Cross 3 ROBERT M. HENDRICKS Entered from Needham 2 Junior Red Cross 3 Hi-Y Club 3 Glee Club 3 MARY LAGLE Latin Club 1 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 Secretary of Junior Red Cross Council 3 Treasurer of Class 3 an ElIEllEllWi!E1lElfHlVQllVLfllIfEllF'YlfE1Jl THE KITE Ellellfillfillwlrilllfflfilllillfwlfilfill CATHERINE COVERT Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 B. T. S. Club 3 JOE WHEELER Orchestra 1, 2 Basketball 1 ' Entered from Alton, Ill., 2 Glee Club 2, 3 Red Cross Council 3 Yell Leader 3 EMMONS HOUGLAND Latin Club 2 Hi-Y Club 3 Junior Red Cross 3 Annual Staff 3 HELEN L. BADGLEY Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Orchestra 1 Glee Club 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 Junior Red Cross Council 3 MARCIA E. DUNCAN Shortridge 1, 2 Entered from Steele of Dayton, Junior Red Cross 3 Sunshine Society 3 LAWRENCE LOWE Basketball 1 Entered from Needham 2 Junior Red Cross Council 3 Junior Red Cross 3 WILLIAM H. LaGRANGE Track 1 Basketball QBJ 1, 2 Basketball KAJ 3 Hi-Y Club 3 ROBERT BRYANT President of Class 1 Latin Club 1 Secretary-Treasurer of Class 2 Junior Red Cross Council 3 Vice President of Class 3 Hi-Y Club 3 Annual Staff 3 FRANCE S M. FALLIS Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 CONDOR C. LORTZ Basketball QBJ 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 X EIEIEIEIEIEI' MEW I930 Ohio 3 lElIlEIlE'l!ElIi1llElIH!IElIEJlFf!JIEIfEl! THE KITE IEllIE'JlEllEJlElIlE'lfEJlWIVEllEllEJlHI EMERSON DAUGHERTY Track 1 Basketball QAJ 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 3 DOROTHEA E. SHELTON Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 2 Junior Red Cross 3 EDNA MAE DAVIS Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1 Secretary of Sunshine Society 3 Junior Red Cross 3 JOHN ARDINGER Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 MARK WOLFF Traffic Officer 3 Junior Red Cross 3 CATHERINE CATLETT Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 VERNON YATES Junior Red Cross 3 Basketball KAI 3 LOY UNDERWOOD Entered from Needham 2 President of Class 2 Junior Red Cross 3 Basketball KBJ 2 Basketball CAD 3 THOMAS WOOD Student Council 2 Entered from Michigan City 3 Junior Red Cross 3 LEOLA V. WALTERS Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 i930 ElIElIElW!IEilrEJlVEllEIHlfEllIE!lEll THE KITE EIIEJIIEIIITHIIEIIEJIIEIIEIIIEIIIEJIEIIVEII PAULINE FEATHERNGILL Latin Club 1 Glee Club 2, 3 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 Secretary of Class 3 BUELL F. GIBSON Secretary of Class 2 Junior Red Cross 3 RICHARD M. LaGRANGE Hi-Y Club 3 Junior Red Cross 3 Annual Staff 3 HAROLD OWENS Secretary of Class 1 Latin Club 1 Basketball QB? 1, 2 Basketball QAJ 3 Hi-Y Club 3 Junior Red Cross 3 NOBLE KERR Inter-class Track 1 Basketball QBJ 1, 2 Basketball QAJ 3 IRIS KELLY Junior Red Cross 3 WILLIAM MULLENDORE Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 French Club 3 Vocational Club 3 CARRIE C. FATELEY Glee Club 1, 2 Orchestra 1, 2 Entered from Needham 2 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 B. T. S. Club 3 JOHN MARIS CUTSINGER Latin Club 1 Penmanship Team 2 State Commercial Contest 2 Vocational Club 3 Junior Red Cross 3 ISAAC V. WILLIAMS Latin Club 1 Junior Red Cross 3 JOHN H. HENDERSON Junior Red Cross 3 MARCELLA VANDIVIER Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 i930 li1lllE'JlFfE'lllEllIElEHff1HIlE'lllEl!lE'1lEllE1I THE KITE FEIIEIIEIIIE-1HIElIElMlE1lIEl!ElilE'JIWl RALPH ISRAEL French Club 3 Junior Red Cross 3 EDITH J. PERCIFIELD 1 Entered from Richmond 1 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 B. O. S. Club 1 B. T. S. Club 2 Junior Red Cross 3 Treasurer of Sunshine Society 3 FREDERICK WHITE Junior Red Cross 2, 3 JOHN WAGGONER Junior Red Cross 3 JOSEPH POWELL Junior Red Cross 3 CHARLES W. TOTTEN Entered from Manual 1 Junior Red Cross 3 ONEAL ALLEN Hi-Y Club 3 Junior Red Cross 3 Fire Committee 3 KATHERINE CONNER ' Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1 Junior Red Cross 3 ANNIE LAURA WHITE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 French Club 3 RALPH S. PARK Junior Red Cross 3 Vocational Club 3 ROSE ANNA DUNN Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 3 French Club 3 MARGARET E. MOORE Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3 Junior Red Cross 2, 3 EIIUEIEIEIEIEIE i930 EIIE-UlWilTfi':HIrE1I fHIVGJlVf'fHlIEl!EllIEJf THE KITE fFLUIIEllVPJlE1-llfElIWIElllE'JlIE'liEliE1JW I lI930 E IEIIIEIIEIIMIVEIIIEIIIEIIEJJ IEIIIEIIEI VEIIEIHIHEIIEI ff!lllE'lllT11JllElIE1l'ri'JllEli i tv me inf I I 1 1 1 Q I D 3 v N, ,MF l F " " " '7 L A ., A.. A...AJ ' f l930 EIJIIEIHIIEIWWEHIIEJIEIIEIIMIQI THE KITE ,ElrelIrEIlE1lEfIEiIf6UIIEIIVE-'lIE1lVEl!E9. Sophomore Class Richard Thalhamer Henry Service Buell Gibson Phillip Johnson President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer H932 What would old F. H. S. do without our Sophomore class? As yet we haven't reached the stage of guardianship of the school. One doesn't find us pacing the halls, exhibiting so-called eloquence and Koh, poor Seniorsj false dignity, showering assumed superiority and knowledge on whatever luckless martyr we might meet. Indeed, the "Sophs" are very sane and show signs of remaining so, for at least 'two years. So long as we are here, the school will be democratic. We are very proud, too, of our scholastic leadership and of our basket ball stars. Those of us-all on the B team-are David Barrow, Oscar Miller, Francis Walters, Arthur Burries, and Richard Thalhamer. Our success we owe to the advice and guidance of our sponsors, Miss Mary Hom- sher and A. Dale Allen, and to our class officers. 1I930 lHlIF!'lIElFEJlV9llIE-'llVSJIIEUIIEIIEIEIH THE KITE lE'llElEliEllEllEJlIElIElllEllIElIIElIlEll Sophomores Arthur Burries Robert Baker Eldon Bryant David Barrow Howard Chasteen Burrell Chastain Oren Dunlap Hugh Dunlap Frank Evans Glenn Etter lfklice Abel Mable Allen Margaret Beeson Alma Burse Catherine Bass Ellen Curry Bernice Durbin Grace Davis Saralee England BOYS David Fergason Crawford Ford Morris Fisher Merle Fisher Loren Fisher Dale Graham Robert Garrett John Hensley Phillip Johnson Arthur Mcllvain David Means John Mount Oscar Miller William Moore Russell Owens Smith Randolph George Rogers Arthur Steinbarger John Sellers Carl Simpson GIRLS Inez Elkins Marian Graham Marguerite Henry Ruth Hodgen Frances Howard Margaret McGinnis Margaret Mullikin Margery Moran Grace Mills Amelia Patrick Mildred Handy VMary Patterson Mildred Legan Verna Phillips J Gladys Lloyd Eugenia Roe Thelma Lake !Marian Ray Official Roll Made on April 1, 1930. 930 Henry Service Robert Totten Richard Thalhamer Ervin Veale William Wilhite Oren Wilde Paul Willey Frances Walters Marion Young Wauneta Sparrow Helen Sandefur Kathryn Short Catheryn Schafer Jane Tilson Naomi Vandivier Dora Wolfe Floy Woods VTEIEIIIEIIHIEIIEIIFJEIIIEIIEIEIIIEI THE KITE l:5lllEllElllEll!E1l!E1llEll!E!lIElllEll!Elll'i'll Freshman Class Paul Dunlap Charles Conner Joe Lewis Virginia Ware President Vice-President Secretary ' Treasurer ness Crash! Bang!! Boom!!! Bewildered and astonished they hide behind seats and under tables. Hurry-scurry! pell mell!! And then quiet. Not a thing astir--not even a Senior. Faces, with big question marks written all over them, peep from invisible places. And what do they see? FRESHIES who are silently penetrating their books. Oh! yes, they rush like this to every class eager for the knowledge which they never absorb. Just look at their countenances blossoming forth and beaming out upon everyone. Talented? Well, just ask their sponsors! Miss Blanche McBride and Roger Deputy are overwhelmed. They see future athletic stars, great statesmen, and "what-nuts." Richard Weaver, of the second team, is the only representative from the class in the basket ball field. Yes, we all say, "What a lively bunch they are." IE I 9 3 0 EIEIEIEIEIEIELI' fillFi1JIE9IFS1lHlHlWlfrlllVE1IW1WlfEll THE KITE EIWIEIHIEIIHIIPJIVPJIVEIIEJIIEIIEI F reshmen Alvin Anderson Charles Adams Robert Bumpas Earl Branigan Edward Balser Thomas Barrow Marcus Carter Charles Conner Joseph Cisco Clyde DeVore Benton DeVore Paul Dunlap Claude Dart Mark Deming Donald Dugan Mildred Baker Marguerite Burries Maxine Burkett Wilma Buchanan Mary Botts Evelyn Burns Thelma Burge Zella Bolden Mildred Batton Freida Cunningham Marie Daugherty Lucile Dunham Martha Drybread Harold Goodman VVilbur Guthrie James Goode Edward Gee Harold Graham Murlin Hougland, Max Hardin James Hoskins William Hudson Frank Israel Richard Irwin Paul Jolliffe Charles Jones Harry Kemp Ruth Furgeson Helen George Ruth Hicks Theda Hoskins Mary Henderson Marcia Hardin Earthel Israel Ruth Jones Mary Jones Fern Kelly Martha Kerlin Lorena LaGrange Hester Mae. Lewis Virginia Featherngill Helen Louise Lee Norma Freeman BOYS Dale Kelly Joseph Lewis Lee Lortz Maurice Long Boyce McDaniel Leo Mendenhall Richard Montgomery Ralph Morehouse Victor Powell Clarence Perkins Howard Rogers Charles Rueff William Stainbrook Harold Scott GIRLS Max Sigmund Eddy Valentine Kenneth Voris Paul Vandivier Richard Weaver Leonard White Davis White Robert Winchester Hugh Williams James Waggoner Joseph Willey Richard Walden Wendell Yaste William Young Gertrude McCullough Marjorie Thompson Pauline Mullinix Pearl Martin Anna Neff Julia Province Laverne Prall Nell Parsons Janice Quillen Ruth Robards Pauline Ratliff Alice Sandefur Elsie Solenberg Alice Terman ' Katherine Tearman Lenabel True Doris Jean Vandivier Sarah Whitesides Betty Lou Williams Irene Williams Lucile Wirey Virginia Ware Esther Wheeler Dorothy Walker Rose Evelyn Tilson Eva Mae Wilhite Caroline Thalhamer Clara Young Oliicial Roll Made on April 1, 1930 l930 WlVIilIlElIIE'lllE1llE1lllElWlEIIEJlElIrEl' THE KITE IE!ll3llENlEliElliEUlEllIEllElllElllE'1llE'5l just a Chuckie or Two Neil Godwin: "I understand your school boasts of a boys' glee club." Donald B.: "No sir, we don't boast of it." Betty Burke maintains, "There are always two sides to every question-the girl's side and the wrong side." Miss Holstein: "Why don't you answer me?" Bill LaG.: "I did shake my head." Miss Holstein: "Well, do you expect me to hear it rattle way up here?" "Son," said the father, "I am ashamed of you for getting such poor marks in school. Why, don't you know, when George Washington was your age, he was already a surveyor?" Oneal A.: "Yes, and when he was your age, dad, he was commander-in-chief of the American Army." Francis IV.: "Let your conscience act as a brake." Harold S.: "But who the dickens wants to ride with the brake on all the time?" Prof. VanCleave: "Why are you running that steam roller over that potato bed?" John Alec.: "I'm raising mashed potatoes." Margaret H.: "What do you mean by swearing before me?" Lawrence L.: "Pardon me, I didn't know you wanted to swear." Prof. Allen: "Pm going to speak on liars. How many of you have read the twenti- eth chapter of the text?" All hands went up. Prof A.: "Good! You are the very people I want to talk to. There is no twentieth chapter." Never strike a woman. Just tell her how beautiful she 'used to be'. Seniors after Commencement: "Now what shall we commence?" Mrs. Meredith: "What is the matter 'with your singing? You are simply screeching!" Fritz D.: "Only hitting on one tonsil." Roger Deputy: "A guy with feet like yours ought to have a government job." Vachel B.: "What doing?" Roger D.: "Stamping out forest fires." i Mr. Porter: "Can you give me an example of wasted energy." Burke A.: "Yes sir, telling a hair-raising story to a bald-headed man." Boatman fto picnickersl : "I'll have to have you pay in advance as the boat leaks." :I930 Artiuitirn A i 4 E r I I S F I 1 l 5 r 1 n 3 S E f S a e . s . x 4 i 1 I Q 5 5 L 4 A 1 r R F 3 ? : 2 1 . Q 3 5, fi ,. 1 1. E '1 21 3 5 3 Z 1 5 3 3 i 3 E P fwww M -1 ww--vf-r A Q-f-v-Q-v N vw-mn mug-nm--- . , . A mnunnm--...E-in-fxf.-1w:',w--:lr ,vfv-aims.-za ellelralrfelelralsaurelerreuellei THE me enmlewagellellenelneriezalral Vocational Agricultural Club FRONT ROW-fleft to rightl--Howard Chasteen, Robert Hendricks, Rolla Durbin, J. L. VanCleave QSponsorl, Frank Evans, Ralph Park, Charles Rueff. MIDDLE Row-lleft to rightj-Merle Fisher, Burton Guthrie, John M c Clain, John Hensley, Charles McGinnis, Morris Fisher, Oren Wilde. BACK ROW--fleft to rightl--John Hendricks, Burrell Chastain, Wilbur Guthrie, gfilliam Mullendore, Maurice Long, Arthur Steinbarger, William Moore, John Maris u singer. The "AG" club is a new organization of Alva Neal high school and has taken a great many steps in its initial year. This organization is striving for various' acquirements which will enable it to affiliate with "The Future Farmers of Indiana" which is a state branch of the national organization, "The Future Farmers of America." A charter will probably be granted the Franklin club before the completion of the school year. The sponsor of the Agriculture Club is Prof. J. L. VanCleave, who has many voca- tional interests along the line of club work. Meetings are held monthly and perhaps the most interesting meeting of the year was a "Father and Son" banquet which was held in the Franklin Baptist church. Dr. Z. M. Smith, state director of vocational education, was the principal speaker. Meet- ings are planned to be held regularly during the summer. Four degrees can be achieved in this club, first, green hand farmerg second, :Future farmer. These first two degrees are conferred locally. The third degree is Indiana farmer, which is a state degree, and the last, the American farmer, is a national award bestowed upon candidates at the national convention. This organization with a membership of twenty-one boys will probably come to be an infiuencing factor in vocational agricultural education. The officers of the club are as follows: John McClain .............,........ ................ P resident John Hensley .................... ........ V ice-President Burton Guthrie .......... ............ S ecretary Charles McGinnis ......... ......... T reasurer Burrell Chastain .,..... ............. ........ R e porter 1930 lEllVEllIElElIEllIEllEIrF!llEllEllElllQl THE KITE Elfrillffillwililllillwlwlfilwllilllill Kite of 1930 Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Marian Keith Maurice Service The Kite Staff, composed of upperclassmen, was elected by the student body from groups of candidates chosen by the faculty with the exception of the editor-in-chief and the business manager, who were appointed by the faculty. Prof. A. Dale Allen, faculty advisor, has been of the greatest assistance at all times to the staff members. As the Kite is published bi-ennially, the upperclassmen wish to leave something worthwhile to Alva Neal high school, and with this aim in mind, they put forth their very best efforts in this publication to accomplish their goal. The staff has endeavored at all meetings when discussing the nature df the annual to make it both interesting and worthwhile and believe they have done so. All coopera- tion received from students and members of the faculty is appreciated and we hope that as time goes on, this book will mean more and more to you. An annual has been published bi-ennially in Franklin high school since 1907. This first edition was the "Blue and Whiteg" it was followed by "The Caducus" and "The Scenario." In 1926 it was decided that a more fitting name should be chosen for the Franklin high school publication and a general school-contest was conducted, which resulted in the choice of the present name, suggested by Elba Branigin Jr. In recalling the life of Benjamin Franklin, you will remember that a kite was used in making one of his outstanding discoveries. So we, the staff of the 1929-1930 Kite, present this record to you as our contribution and addition to the many books that have preceded it. I930. EIIEJIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIEIBVEIIIEJIIEIIIEJIVEII THE KITE llE!EQllEllElllElE1IlEHElIfiJllElIIElllE'l Kite Stajjfof 1930 Staff Members Editor-in-Chief ........ .........,.,............................... ............,,.. M a rian Keith Associate Editor ..... .........., R ichard LaGrange Business Manager ...... ................ M aurice Service Assistant Manager .,,..... John Alex. McClain Jokes ...................,.......... ...................... L owell Deer Art ............. ........ ............. M a ry Fergason Calendar ........... .Mary Etta Furnish Snapshots ......... ........... J oseph Handley Classes .........r..... ........t F rances Beaman Organizations ....,.. ................. A lice Drake Sports ................ .......... B urke Anderson Circulation ........... ........... R obert Bryant Alumni ..............,.,. ...... M argaret Burton Photography ........ ..Emmons Hougland Faculty Advisor. ........... A. Dale Allen I 9 3 0 E Ellrellreilelrelnraeellvellrellesrelmel THE KITE nrelurellrs-Jleluelaelerralleuellelei Business Training Society ROW I.-fkneeling, left to rightj -Dorothy White, Edith Percifield, Mary Baker, Florence Clark, Helyn Gee, Leda Parkhurst, Gladys Murray, Carrie Fately. 'Row II.-fleft to rightj-Edna DeBaun, Marian Keith, Rosamond Armstrong, Frances Beaman, Frances Pritchard, Margaret Burton, Margaret Riker, Margaret Hougland, Hazel McQuinn, Bernice Bridges, Lorene Shake, Clarice Clark, Laura Bernace Webb, Alice Drake. ROW III.-lleft to rightj--Roy True, Minnie Cosby, Ruby Short, Dorothy Bennett, Marie Yaste, Ruth Salisbury, Faye Anderson, Jean Walker, Helen Badgley, Marian VanVleet, Burnett Gee, Elizabeth Ohlrogge, Elizabeth Williams, Raymond Jones. ROW IV.-fleft to rightj-Adair Owens, Martha Patterson, Charles Deppe, Cath- erine Covert, Donald Brewer, Erma Forsythe, Gilmore Stott, Lydia Doris Vest, Her- schel Bryant, Frances Sefton, Ralph Earlywine, Lois Buchanan, V. E. Breidenbaugh, fSponsorj , Grace Turney. The B. T. S. of Alva Neal high school has enjoyed its second successful year in the local school. Any student carrying at least one commercial subject is eligible for membership. The club now has an enrollment of fifty. The society is an outgrowth of the commercial department which is under the supervision of Prof. Vachel Breidenbaugh, and it is under his leadership that the club has had a most prosperous year. Alva Neal high school was represented this year, as last year, in the various dis- trict and state commercial contests, by teams competing in first year typing, advanced typing, bookkeeping, and shorthand. A total of thirty-seven points was won by Frank- lin last year in the district contest and the department has hopes of even greater achievements this year. Among the social functions of the year was an initiation party held in the high school auditorium which welcomed the new members into the organization. A George Wash- ington party was also held and was pronounced a great success. The club sponsored a Wednesday morning program at which time the department awarded honors won by various students. The officers of the club are as follows: . Frances Sefton ..................... .....,........ P resident Rosamond Armstrong ......., ........ V ice-President Elizabeth Williams ............. ..,........... S ecretary Ralph Earlywine .................,.,.... ....... T reasurer E l930. Ellwllillwlwlrillillfellwlwlfillw THE KITE IlTi1llElIlE-'lllEllIE1IIEllEliIElIE'JIWIlE'JUi French Club FRONT Row-fleft to rightj-Rose Dunn, Alma Burse, Hazel Harrison, Burnett Gee, Catheryn Schafer, Kathryn Mossop, Miss Reeda Holstein fSponsorJ, Katharine Jane Wyrick, Jean Walker, Elizabeth Ohlrogge, Minnie Cosby, Amelia Patrick, Marian VanVleet, Frances Howard. MIDDLE ROW-Qleft to rightj-Hazel McQuinn, Frances Beaman, Merrill Hend- rickson, Lowell Deer, Henry Service, Burke Anderson, William Mullendore, Adair Owens, William LaGrange, William Wilhite, Ralph Israel, Joseph Handley, Leah Mar- garet Riker, Marie Lawshe. BACK Row-fleft to right!-Charlotte Vardiman, Edna Hendricks, Gladys Mur- ray, Frances Jean Pritchard. Betty Burke, Mildred Swift, Marguerite Shumway, Rosa- mond Arinstrong, Dorothy White, Lydia Vest, Annie White, Helen Davis, Alice Drake, Marian eith. The French Club, newly organized this year, has come to the front as one of the leading organizations of the school. It was formed under the direction of Miss Reeda Holstein, French instructor, and has an enrollment of forty members. The requirement- for membership is one credit in French. A constitution has been adopted stating that the purpose of the club is to pro- mote interest in the French language and to encourage students to derive pleasure from their knowledge of this language. Various accomplishments of the club this year are: the purchasing of large frames to hold French posters, the singing of French songsg playing of various French rec- ords on the victrolag and the showing of slides which were purchased by the club. A reference book has been obtained for the use of the club, and several other forthcoming activities are contemplated. The officers were chosen as follows: Burke Anderson ............... .................. P resident Frances Beaman ........... ......... V ice-President Lowell Deer .,.............. ............... S ecretary Marian VanVleet ...... ......,... T reasurer nsaoumi-1 FF1llV1llEllfElIlE'JllE'JlWlIE'llHlVf2llHlEI THE KITE ElMlEJlIEllHllElElEllf1i'llWlV'-illllil junior Red Cross Council FRONT Row--ileft to rightl-Mary Lagle, Marie Lawshe, Elizabeth Scott, Frances Howard, Helen Badgley, Miss Susannah Ott QSponsorJ, Gladys Lloyd, Marjorie Thompson, Norman Freeman, Edna DeBaun, Margaret Burton. BACK ROW-fleft to rightj-Edward Balser, Robert Bryant, Joseph Wheeler, John McClain, Phillip Johnson, Richard Weaver, Ralph Earlywine, Norman Lloyd, Maurice Service, Russell Owens. A The Junior Red Cross Council is the executive board which represents the Junior Red Cross of Alva Neal high school. It is composed of twenty members: six seniors, six juniors, four sophomores and four freshmen. They are chosen by the students to represent the various session rooms. The Junior Red Cross has probably been the most active organization this year at Alva Nealg this is accounted for by the fact that practically every student of the school is a member. The annual Christmas party was an outstanding achievement in that seventy-five children of Franklin were made happy by a personal visit from Santa Claus and a gen- eral distribution of gifts. An impressive feature of the party was a very beautiful play, "Why the Chimes Rang" given in a most splendid manner. Another Christmas activity was the filling -of boxes which were sent abroad. Approximately eighty boxes were filled by members of the organization. Two of the boxes have already been acknowledged by children of Budapest, Hungary. The concessions at the sectional tournament were successfully handled by the club with a degree of financial reward. An interesting magazine sponsored by the National Junior Red Cross, "High School Service," was received and distributed to each session room regularly and great bene- fit was derived from it. The ofiicers of the council are as follows: Maurice Service ..................... .................. P resident Norman Lloyd ..,..... ......... V ice-President Mary Lagle .............. .,............ S ecretary Margaret Burton ....... .............. ....... T r easurer l930 IE1JlVf-fllIW!lEllT1JlHlrEJIElllE'IlHlHllEll THE me relwerrellellmlleilmlmlelelmlell Orchestra SEATED-fleft to rightl--Bruce Jolly, G i l m o r e Stott, Joseph H a n dl e y, John McClain, Donald Brewer, John Ardinger, Boyce McDaniel, John Sellers, George Rogers, David Barrow, Charles Jones, Walter Byers, Dale Graham. STANDING-fleft to rightl--Charles Adams, Robert Baker, Richard Weaver, Phil- lip Johnson, Mrs. Meredith, fDirectorJ. The high school orchestra is the only musical organization of its kind in the school and having progressed rapidly, it has taken its place among the leading musical organi- zations of Franklin. Eighteen instruments compose the orchestra and an outstanding feature is that they are all played by boys. Mrs. Rose Meredith, director, has made a success of an organization which several years ago was an uncertain project. Regular practice on each Friday morning at the convocation period has really instituted it as a weekly' activity. The orchestra gave a Wednesday morning program before the student body which was very well received. Six members will be lost by graduation and will leave vacancies very hard to fill. Seven kinds of instruments make up 'the orchestrag the following are the instru- ments, the players and their standing: violins, Joseph Handley, senior, Bruce Jolly, senior, Gilmore Stott, senior, William Mullendore, junior, clarinetsg John Ardinger, junior, John McClain, senior, Boyce McDaniel, freshman and Donald Brewer, seniorg saxophones, Robert Baker, sophomore and Richard Weaver, freshman 3 cornets, Dale Graham, sophomore, Charles Jones, freshman, George Rogers, sophomore and John Sellers, sophomore, trombones, Walter Byers, senior and David'Barrow, sophomore, drums, Charles Adams, freshmang piano, Phillip Johnson, junior. l930 EIVEIIEIIEIMIEJIEIIEIIIEJIIEIIIHWI THE KITE ElV1illlEllVf-lllEllrElllElllsHllEllIE'1lElIIElI Hi-Y Club FRONT ROW--fleft to rightj-Walter Byers, Maurice Service, Lowell Deer, Law- rence Yater, Robert Bryant, Iris Hougland, Richard LaGrange, William LaGrange, Raymond Jones, Burton Guthrie, Emmons, Hougland, V. E. Breidenbaugh fSponsorJ. MIDDLE ROW--fleft to rightj-Herschel Bryant, Adair Owens, Burke Anderson, Charles McGinnis, Norman Lloyd, Robert Hendricks, James Bridwell, Harold Thomp- son, Forrest Fuller, Arlie Branigin, Charles Deppe. BACK Row-fleft to rightj-Joseph Handley, Merrill Hendrickson, Harold Owens, Kenneth Crider, William Dollens, Oneal Allen, Ralph Earlywine, John McClain, Bruce Jolly, Ralph Ruetf, Merle Roe. Upholding the creed of the Hi-Y club which is as follows--to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character- this organization has been a great help to the community and the school. This year has, indeed, been very successful due to the capable leadership of Prof. Vachel Breidenbaugh, who is the faculty sponsor of the club. Living up to the Christian ideals upon which the' organization is based, the mem- bers have attended the Methodist church in a body. Among the other outstanding activi- ties which have been enjoyed are the "Father .and Son" banquet, which was held in the high school auditorium and served by the pledges, the supervision of ushering at the home basketball games, the annual Holloween party, an annual all-school affair which was put over in a very creditable manner, representation at all conferences that con- cerned the work of the organization, and probably the outstanding feature of this year's work was the adoption of a new constitution which sets forth the ideals and the regulations of the club. As the membership is limited to upperclassmen, it is a goal for which every under- classman strives. X This organization is built on a religious foundation which embraces all Christian denominations, and the effect is seen by clean speech, clean sports and clean living by all members who signify their intentions of living up to the creed of the club. The ofiicers are: Burke Anderson ..................,............................. President John McClain .......... ....,. V ice-President Ralph Rueff ................ ......,.,... T reasurer Harold Thompson ....,.... ......... S ecretary Adair Owens ............................... ....... R eporter l930 lEllWlIEllfEllIEl!IEM!ElllElIWlIUlIEllEl! THE KITE ElIEIlEllIE!fIElWlIEllElIlEl!lT11liEilf1ll Sunshine Society i The Sunshine Society of Alva Neal high school has always been one of the out- standing organizations of the school. Probably the reason for this is that every girl attending school is eligible to be a member 3 therefore the interest is great. For the first time, instead of one sponsor, the club has been directed by three: Miss Susannah Ott, Miss Reeda Holstein and Miss Eleanor Everroad. The initiation party of the first semester enrolled approximately thirty new mem- bers of the club. The initiation party, the second semester, welcomed twenty-five new members. The state song, "Sunshine Pal" written by alumnze of Alva Neal is still very much in demand and orders for it are received continually. The present Sunshine Society was organized in 1915 and has taken its place among the leading societies of the state. The onicers are: Mary Fergason ..............,...... ............... P resident Mary Kathryn Baker ........ ........ V ice-President Edna Davis ..,..................... ............. S ecretary Edith Percifield ....... ......... T reasurer E :sau EllEllfEi!Fl1:EIIEfllIEIlE'JllEllIFJ!EllEl THE KITE iHllEIHlEllfEJlIEllE11ilEllIE1iVEliElWl y Girls? Glee Club FRONT ROW--fleft to rightl-Kathryn Mossop, Jean VValker, Helen Badgley, Leola Walters, Catherine Covert, Gladys Lloyd, Margaret Beeson, Dora Wolfe, Loisann Buchanan, Grace Turney, Dorothy White. MIDDLE Row-fleft to rightj -Betty Burke, Frances Jean P r i t c h a r d, Mildred Swift, Marie Lawshe, Marguerite Shumway, Lorene Shake, R o s a mon d Armstrong, Mary Lagle, Frances Beaman, Mary Kathryn Baker. BACK Row--lleft to right?-Marian VanVleet, Frances Howard, Pauline Feath- erngill, Hazel McQuinn, Mary Fergason, Mrs. Rose Meredith fDirectorJ, Mary Etta Furnish, Margaret Hougland, Sarah Lee England, Katharine Jane Wyrick, Leah Mar- garet Riker. This musical organization, probably one of the oldest organizations of the schoolg has had great success with all programs it has undertaken this year. Thirty girls compose the glee club, twelve of whom sing soprano, seven, second soprano and eleven who sing alto. Of the events in which they participated, the following are the most outstanding: their appearance before the student body when they gave a complete musical program, the Christmas party which occasioned the singing of carols made very impressive by the combined voices of the boys' and girls' glee clubs and their participation in the May Day Sing which is an annual event. Mrs. Rose Meredith has had complete control of the glee club for a number of years. Although few "Mary Gardens" have resulted, many prominent local singers have profited from her instruction. 5l930 U IEIIEIIEIIIEUIEIIIEJHIEIIEUVEHQEIHIEI THE KITE Iillwllilifilglmlmlwlfillwllillfil Boys' Glee Club FRONT ROW--fleft to right!--Bruce Jolly, Robert Hendricks, George Rogers, Lowell Deer, Mrs. Rose Meredith CDirectorJ, Raymond Jones, Joseph Wheeler, Russell Owens, Charles Dcppe. BACK Row--ileft to rightj-Joseph Handley, Ralph Rueif, Phillip Johnson, Burke Anderson, Robert Baker, Donald Brewer, John McClain, Norman Lloyd, David Barrow, Ralph Earlywine. The boys' glee club is a comparatively new musical organization of the school, hav- ing just completed its second year. Eighteen voices compose the club. Mrs. Rose Meredith directs the glee club and the practice is held in conjunction with the girls' glee club on the average of once each week. The boys' glee club has appeared several times in combination with the girls' glee club. They appeared before the student body during a Wednesday morning program and at the Christmas party. Its final appearance was at the May Day Sing. The interest which has been shown by the boys is remarkable and the cooperation of both glee clubs has made possible the presentation of many very interesting pro- grams. In the various organizations of the school, the glee club is represented by smaller groups, which have appeared outside the school in various programs. Semi-classical numbers are the type of compositions generally used by the organi- zation. The membership in the glee club is limited to the three upperclasses and the stand- ing of this year's members are as follows: ten seniorsg Charles Deppe, Donald Brewer, Lowell Deer, Joseph Handley, Raymond Jones, John A. McClain, Ralph Earlywine, Bruce Jolly, Charles Gibson and Burke Andersong three juniors, Joseph Wheeler, Nor- man Lloyd and William LaGrangeg and four sophomores, David Barrow, George Rogers, Robert Baker and Russell Owens. Phillip Johnson is pianist for the group. l93D. I ElVElllElIIHlIEllliifElllE'lIrElIElIIEJIEli THE KITE ElrellIeII!EllIElliEiiIElllElllEJlIe1IlElllE!5 Literary THE WIND In the spring, when the fresh spring breeze Sighs with a promise through budding trees And gently caresses the sweet spring flowers, We feel as if all the world is ours. In summer, how welcome the refreshing wind After the sultry heat! It is a Godsend When it blows the rain clouds overheadg And soft, cool, rain falls on the flower bed. I In the fall, the wind grows cool againg Trees seek to retain their leaves in vain For the leaves must fall in large, bright heaps Until 'neath the snow they rest in sleep. Q In winter, winds are shrill and coldg The trees look bare, pinched, and old. But we know that spring will come once more, And then again our spirits soar. -Ca.th.e'rine Catlett, '31 JUNIORS DREAMERS i ' It's fun to look out the window and dream We are JUUIOFS HOW, Of future days, and it would seem But in a short while That such pleasure is had for little cost Wevu be seniors and finish the race, Until one thinks of the time that's lost. And we 'h0Pe with 8 heart For dreams of the future cannot come true When in life we start Unless each minute we've work to do We'11 beg-in with a Strong, steady pace. Which will aid the fulfillment of that desire And lift us up above the mire. 'Fyedemck Whiilte' ,31 -Catherine Catlett, '31 SENIORS They tell us we're "cocky"-we seem so assumed We've an air of quite knowing it all. Others warn us with confident mein, You may ride high, but soon you will fall. And perhaps down inside us we're wondering too If we've learned all there is to be known, If the school can't run on just the same when we've gone And it's not for seniors alone. Some of us wonder what work we will do, What place in the world we will find. We see that it isn't the end, but the start, There are lessons as yet unassigned. Can we look this old world in the face and admit That we're ready to fight in its strife And try to remember tho' hard it appears Tho' seniors in "High," we're but freshmen in life? --Illarie Lawshe, '30 lI930 Athlvtim IIEJ!rF!'llEIlIElllEIFElIVEJIEIIEIIEIIEIIIE THE KITE IEllIEllE1lvilIlElIIElIE1lIEJlIEl!rEllIElff!l Coaches ROBERT P. VANDIVIER Robert "Fuzzy" V a n d i v i e r began his coaching at Franklin high in the fall of 1926. He came to us after seven years of basketball on the "Wonder Five" where he was acclaimed "king of the hardwood." He has had a successful year in 1929-30 and for the iirst time in four years, sent a team to the "big show" at Indianapolis. Fuzzy is a very competent mentor, well liked and respected by everyone. He piloted the team through its difficulties and has "made good" in every sense of the word. We, the Kite staif, faculty, and student body congratulate him and our only wish is for him to continue the fine record he has Coach R. P. Vandivier JOHN R. MOORE Coach Moore took up his duties at Frank- lin after several years of successful coach- ing at Summitville. He immediately took the boys available and started whipping them into shape. He piloted his team over a difficult sched- ule and finished the season with only one defeat, that to Shelby, ancient rivals. Mr. Moore has the good will of everyone and we all join in wishing him success in the future. Luck to you, Jack. nI930. established in the past. Coach J. R. Moore EllEliHIHlIEllH'EfJIlElIElIfEllE!Ell THE KITE VQllVi'JllHllE'-I!lE'llElIElIEllUlHlI5-l1lVEll Foreword When the hardwood began its hollow thumping, Franklin took notice at about the same time as seven hundred other teams. Prospects were none too bright, but Vandivier had hopes of developing a championship team. ' Finally, after long weeks of practice, the season was opened with a victory. All was smooth sailing until Christmas. Then, on account of a week's lay-off, the team went into a decided slump. They finally emerged about the close of the season and finished the schedule in fine style. Though not winning a state championship, the boys deserve credit for a heady, spirited brand of basketball. Following is a detailed account of games and tournaments: Summary of Season V 1929-1930 SCHEDULE Franklin 45-Waldron 10 The Blue and White :formally opened its season with a decisive victory over Waldron. The ifValdron team was game but couldn't penetrate the Franklin defense. Franklin 25-Danville 23 The Danville aggregation was a better ball club than was expected and produced a real thriller. A field goal in the final seconds won for Franklin. Franklin 23-Connersville 16 The Vandiviermen journeyed to Connersville and brought home a victory from the Spartans for the first time in several years on the Spartan's floor. Franklin 43-Monrovia 26 The Franklin cagers swamped Monrovia in "just another ball game." Franklin used the old delayed offense and it proved disastrous to Monrovia. Franklin 28-Shelbyville 14 The Franklin net squad took the Mackmen into camp in a "battle royal." The Shelby boys were fighting but couldn't break the Blue and White jinx. Franklin 38-Greensburg 25 Too much Thanksgiving almost proved to be the downfall of Franklin. The type of ball played looked more like pre-season than nearly mid-season. Franklin 32-Martinsville 11 Possession of the ball and a driving, smashing offense put the Artesian City boys "on the roof" and won a ball game for Alva Neal High. A great victory for the Blue and White. Franklin 23-Columbus 34 This was the first defeat of the season and the Bulldogs administered it at Colum- bus. The Columbus five had exceptional power and tipped in basket after basket on follow-up drives. ' - Franklin 28-Seymour 17 The Vandiviermen broke into the winning column again at the expense of "Babe" Wheeler's proteges. The game was sluggish due to both teams having played the pre- vious night. Franklin 15-Washington 34 Burl Friddle's down-state boys defeated Franklin in a hard fought contest on Frank1in's floor, 34-15. Franklin 12-Martinsville 29 y Coach Curtis's boys avenged an early season defeat by decisively trouncing the Blue and White at Martinsville. Franklin 16-Shelbyville 24 ' Shelby finally broke the jinx and with a vengence. Throughout the game it was "all Shelby" as they were headed but once and that in the last frame. 5 l930 EIEFSEIWSIHIWDIEIIVIEIIIEJIIEJIIEIJIWT THE KITE EIIEIIFEIIFIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIJIIEIIMIEIIVIHIFEII Franklin 15-Washington 27 The Blue and White were swamped again by Washington on Washington's fioor. The Hatchets grabbed an early lead and retained it throughout the game. Due to the death of Amador Wyrick and Clark Prather, games with French Lick and Fort Wayne were cancelled. Franklin 14--Columbus 21 The Bulldogs slipped one over on the Vandiviermen at Franklin. Columbus spurted in the final minutes to win by seven points. Franklin 25-Greenfield 13 The Franklin net snipers won from Greenfield at Greenfield. The slow break proved effective and the game was never in danger. Franklin 16-Bedford 14 The Blue and White added another victory to their string at the expense of the Stone-City boys. Franklin got a break and slipped through the winning field goal in the final seconds of play. Franklin 34-Connersville 26 In a semi-football game, the Franklin squad trounced the Spartans for the second time this season. Connersville took the lead in the last half but the "old come-back" functioned and the Blue and White won another one. Franklin 23-Rushville 22 Listless basketball almost lost this game but Franklin stalled the game out with a one point lead. This was the last scheduled game of the season. wiyii iyri tgps 1:3 egg, za Tournaments In the sectional held at Franklin the boys triumphed by defeating Nineveh, Clark, Edinburg, and Center Grove. Having won the sectional, the Vandiviermen advanced to the regional at Columbus. For the first time in several years the Bull Dogs were among those "not present," Shel- byville having defeated them the week before in the sectional at Shelbyville. To return to the subject, Franklin disposed of Greensburg in the first round and met Shelbyville in the finals. That night Fuzzy's boys won 19-15 and at once began preparing for the "big show" at Butler's field house. Here the Franklin squad met Dugger in the first round and won by a safe margin. The next opponents were Friddle's Hatchets. This powerful downstate team won the championship and Franklin held them to the closest score, 13-11. Does this suggest anything to you? Obviously, the Franklin team was the " 'second- best' in the state." Any way our boys did their best, so we can ask for no more. l930 ViJlVil1HIVf!Jl!E'llHlHlEllEirEflElIlEl' THE KITE IQEIIVEIIHIVJIHIFJIFE'JlIEJllE'lIlEllTJllU' pl93D ElV2flEllIEllElV9lIlE'1IfE1ilEllElWlEI, THE . KITQE EIVEIIEIIEIEIEIIEIVEIIIEIIHIIEIWIIEII 1930 ' fillfmqmllmlmlmlfmlmpmlmlglpngll THE KITE Elrellfellrclimlmllrcllrclllmlmbrffillml Yell Leaders 1 l 1 1 - Lawrence Yater Ellen Curry Joe Wheeler Allow us to introduce, as yell leaders supreme, Joe Wheeler, Ellen Curry, and Lawrence Yater, all past masters in the art of snappy, versatile yell leading. These three were selected by the student body as those best suited for the purpose. The students voiced their approval of the choice in various manners and the leaders cheerfully undertook the task set before them. The school furnished them with appropriate paraphernalia and our noise makers sugreme responded nobly on all occasions to the demands of the students for snappy ye s. As in past years, the student body had one or two favorite yells that would be appropriate on any occasion and are snappy, with plenty of vigor and vim. Here are two of the favorites: I. Blue and white iight fight Blue and white iight iight Who fight? We iight Blue and white iight fight II. F-R-A-N, F-R-A-N K-L-I-N, K-L-I-N F-R-A-N-K-L-I-N Franklin FRANKLIN ! ! ! ! I930. F5-llHlIE'llEIEJllElIlHIElEJlElElIHl THE KITE IEIEIEIIEIFEIIIEIIEIIEIKEIEJIIEIIEI The Varsity Team FRONT Row fleft to rightj Dollens, Owens, LaGrange, Lloyd and Daugherty. REAR ROW fleft to rightj Coach Vandivier, Yates, Anderson, Kerr, Brewer, Underwood When Fuzzy Vandivier issued the call for basketball practice in late September, the outlook for a successful season was anything but bright with four regulars missing from the line up and a stiff schedule ahead. However, Fuzzy built up a well balanced team that won seven consecutive games before dropping two, one to Columbus and one to Washington. This same Washington team was to give thanks in the coming March for a two point victory at the state tournament. After Christmas vacation Franklin dropped four games to four of the best teams in the state. Then arising from their slump and with the lineup intact again, they hit their early season stride and finished with four consecutive triumphs. Winning the sectional without much trouble, Franklin entered the regional and emerged with fiying colors, having defeated Shelbyville in the finals in a wonderful exhibition of basketball. e Franklin entered the state for the first time in four years but was eliminated in the second round by Washington, state champs, by a two point margin. This game gave Franklin second place in state basketball standing. The only gloom over an otherwise successful season is that Burke Anderson, Donald Brewer, Emerson Daugherty and William Dollens have played their last game of basketball for Franklin high. l93U Q- EIIEUllEJlIEllElllE'lllEllE1JIlEllEllE'JIIEl THE KITE IIEJlHllHlFI1l!!ElHlfElIHlIEJlElli'1llE'l T The Second Team FRONT ROW fleft to rightj Thalhamer, Walters, Barrow, Lortz and Miller REAR ROW fleft to rightj McClain, McGinnis, Weaver, Vaught, Burries and Coach Moore When one takes time to ponder, it will dawn on him that Alva Neal was ably rep- resented on the hardwood by these hard-working, conscientous "B" team boys. These fellows, wearing the colors of Franklin, have gone through an entire schedule, losing but one game, that being to Shelbyville on Shelby's floor. The boys had a difficult schedule and set a record for second teams at Alva Neal. Only one defeat! Sounds like the days of the "Wonder Five." Our second team was mainly composed of lower classmen and if the team isn't totally disrupted by promotion to the varsity, should equal if not surpass the wonder- ful achievements of the past year. Much of the credit goes to John R. Moore Qbetter known as Jackj who coached these boys. He did wonders with a group that showed only average ability. The boys were awarded their sweaters about the last of February and are proud to wear them. These boys served faithfully and well, and we join the student body in wishing them the best of luck. ' 5 l930 IEIIEIHIIHIEFIIEIEIIIEIEIIIEIHQE THE KITE IMIEIEIIEIVI-YUIIEJIHIIEIIEIIIEJIHFE Spring Sports Although Alva Neal high hasn't been so active in spring sports for the last few years, a greater interest was in evidence when the baseball season rolled round. ' Baseball occupied the lime-light after King Basketball relinquished his reign. For the first time in eight years, Franklin high school had an organized baseball club. The last one was under the supervision of "Griz" Wagner of Wonder Five fame. J. R. Moore, physical education instructor, took charge of baseball and made a very creditable showing udth the boys. Following is the schedule played: April 18 .......................................... Masonic Home ....,.... ......... H ere April 25 ....,....................................... Columbus ........ ......... H ere May 2 .......... ,......... G reenwood ...,.. ....... T here May 6 .......... ......... ll Iasonic Home ........ ....... T here May 9 .,...... ........ C olumbus ........ ....,.. T here May 16 ......... .,.,.... G reenwood ..... ......... H ere May 23 ......... ......,. S helbyville ...... ....... T here May 28 ......,..................................... Shelbyville .............. All home games started at 3:30 and were played on the diamond in Pioneer Park. On account of the lack of time, games were limited to seven innings. Since the greater part of the team were underclassmen, prospects look bright for next year. , Some of the other sports were archery, horseshoes, tennis, and volley ball. Although the school was well represented in these, they didn't command the interest that baseball did. ' All in all, a great improvement has been evident in this spring's activities, and Mr. Moore deserves much credit for the time and labor he spent in furthering these impor- tant phases of athletics. il l930I11EI'El Elelellslellalellmlrellellfsxell THE me ellmrellrmmlslurelellrwlrellrellmi jokes Miss Homsher: "How do you know Chaucer dictated to a stenographer?" Rosamond A.: "Just look at the spelling." Jim B.: "Lawrence Yater talks in his sleep. Did you know that?" Lowell D.: "No." J. B.: "Yes, he recited in class today." Joe H.: "Your clothes are no good. When I put this coat on for the first time and buttoned it up, I busted the seam down the back." Nort W.: "Yes, that shows how good our buttons are sewed on." Mr. Underwood: "I see by the school report that you are still at the bottom of the class." ' Punk U.: "Well, what about it, dad? What's it matter? They teach the same things at both ends." ' We always laugh at the teacher's jokes No matter how dry they beg Not because they're funny, folks, But it's darn good policy. Dick LaG.: "She asked me to kiss her on either cheek." Bill F.: "Which one did you kiss her on?" Dick "I just hesitated a long time between them." Mr. Breidenbaugh: "What modern inventions have done most to help men up in the world?" Ralph E.: "The elevator and the alarm clock." Mr. Dobyns fin Physicsj : "Why are the summer days longer than winter days?" Ralph M.: "The heat expands them." Raymond J.: "Yes, dad, I'm a high school graduate now. Watch me go out and set this old town of ours on fire." Mr. Jones: "I suppose you expect me to give you the matches." Miss McBride: "Give me a sentence containing the word 'vermin' ." Frank I.: "Before I go 1ishin', I go a vermin." Miss Craft: "Your answer reminds me of Quebec." Melvin M.: "How come?" Miss Craft: "It's built on a bluff." John Sellers: "A bulletin uptown says the world is coming to an end tonight." George Rogers: "My cow! Just when I've worked all my geometry lesson for tomorrow." Kenneth C.: "When were you born?" John H.: "April 2." K. C.: "Late as usual." I930 Elfratnrra Iilllwllmlleillilllwllilllilllilllelllilfill THE KITE IEIIIEJHEIIVEIIEJIEIHIEIIVEIIIEJIIEIIIEIIEII Kite Kalendar SEPTEMBER. 9-Well we're off for the annual 36 weeks endurance contest between the teachers, students, and freshmen. 10-Cool enough for school so things are very quiet. 11-Principal Porter reigns supreme and promises that even the seniors are not ex- ceptions. 12--Th-ings look blue for the lower classmen. The faculty advocates an initiation but not this week. 13-Friday not as unlucky but very uneventful as some Fridays are. 16-Assignment of session rooms. Freshmen are getting the breaks--of the paddles. 17-First music practice. Things are beginning to get tuned up. 18-Profs. Breidenbaugh, Allen, Moore and Deputy astonish assembly with their un- known talent. As a dog, Mr. Moore was "hot!" 19-Class elections. 23-Election of members of Junior Red Cross. y 24-Girls' Glee Club tryouts. That's enough for one day. 25-"Bud" LaGrange and Carlton Shuck entertain the assembly with another curtained program. 26-21 Males qualify for Boys' Glee Club. 27-Junior Red Cross council meets amid blares of first orchestra practice. 30--Senior meeting. Big debt-slow pay. Such is life. OCTOBER. 1-Music, sunshine, and sore muscles for the first week of basketball practice. 3-Thursday again and ogly about 50 reporters asking who,' what, when, where, and why did you go yester ay. 4-Orchestra again reminds us of soulful music as they play and replay "Battleship of Texas" and "Let's Go." Perhaps the conclusion of the freshmen initiation. 7-Flourish of "In case of fire" exit signs. 8-Shop early and help fill the 125 Christmas boxes for the Junior Red Cross. 10-Commercial club is organized and the yo yo yankers double in membership. 14-Election of members to the Annual Staff by the student body after passing the approval of the faculty. 15-Exams and everyone singing "I've got a feeling I'm failing." 16-First meeting of Annual Staff. A big party of the Sunshine girls to initiate new members. Hot orchestra, eats'n everthing. 21-Teachers full of new ideas from institute. Our glee club was represented at the Cadle Tabernacle. 23-All the Hi-Y boys wondering why the girls won't buy tickets for their party. 29-Yell leaders were elected and the student body "passed out" in the gym. 30-Dr. Powell took us on a visit to Palestine and the Holy Land. NOVEMBER 1-Had a pep session at 3:45 and Principal Porter announced that Mr. Dobyns-, who would exchange our tickets, would be on the North high school gym door. 4-Well. We beat Waldron and how! 40 to 10. 6-Professor Cooke from the College entertained the assembly with some very pretty selections on the piano. Professor Glenn Seitz sang, accompanied by Mrs. Ethel Bailey at the piano. 8-Well, tonight we play Danville. Here's hoping we beat them. 11-Celebrating Armistice and victory over Danville together. Superintendent Camp- bell gave a very interesting account of "over there" during the time he was in for- eign service. Principal Porter also introduced our new system of deportment and many were the "ohs" and "ahs." We beat Danville 25 to 23, and oh what a game it was, big celebration down town and on Saturday the student body was admitted free to the Artcraft Theatre as guests of the management, in order to finish the celebration up right. 13-Bob Zimmerman entertained the student body with an account of undersea pic- ture-makingggave us many illustrations of moving picture tricks. 18-Hurray! We beat Connersville 23 to 16. Everyone was rather taken by surprise. 20-Our women of the faculty showed their dramatic ability in their presentation of the "Four Goats." We admit they are good and the student body had better be showing their arts. l930 EIIEJIHIHPVEHEIIIEJIVEIIWIIEIIIGJEFSJI THE KITE EIEIIIEIIEIIIEIEFIIEIIEEVEJIEPIVHIIEI KITE KALENDAR 22-We saw Fritz Deppe in his big fur coat down the hall. Looked like a big, black bear. 25-Tests! did one ever see so many? 26-General chorus. As Mrs. Meredith says, "aren't our men voices lovely?" 27--Tonight's the game with Shelby. DECEMBER. 2-Well, we beat Shelbyville and also Greensburgg still goin' strong and we mustn't forget our second team which has won all its games so far. 4-We were entertained by Mr. Cartwright, Mr. Church and Mr. McKane with musi- cal numbers consisting of classical, popular, and old time selections. 6-Our chance at Martinsville tonite. Anderson is out of the game but still we aren't discouraged. 9-Did we beat Martinsville? And How! ! l First time in four years to meet defeat by F. H. S. Griz Wagner spoke to us and praised our boys. Joe W. and Ellen Curry were going to lead a yell or two but sad to say Bob G. rang the fire bell so stopped the celebration. 11-Rev. W. P. Halbert gave a discussion on his trips through the Balkans. 13-The 13th and Friday at that and here we play the "Bull Dogs" tonight. 16-Well, the "Bull Dogs" defeated us but we came back Saturday night and beat Sey- mour. Our second team has not met a single defeat. We are still behind our teams. 17--Sorry to say our French Club can even sing in French. And oh the songs such as "Love Me" floated down from the assembly this morning. 18-Mr. F. Elmer Marshall gave a delightful reading, Dicken's "Christmas Carol," and another humorous Christmas reading. Miss Ott explained the Christmas party, which takes place Friday and asked that we look out for the little ones. 19-Seniors called a meeting but odd, our sponsors were not with us. Can one imagine why? Well it is getting near the 25th. 20-Everyone looking at the queer creatures running around here, but it's only part of the cast for "Why the Chimes Rang." Junior Red Cross party this afternoonand assembly is taking on an air of festivity. Hope we can take the hacks out of the "I-Iatchetsf' I wonder?????? 21-Jan. 6. Big Christmas Vacation. JANUARY. 6-Principal Porter said -he was glad to see most of us back, we hope so. Mrs. White- sides talked on spinal meningitis and advocated cleanliness and a mild antiseptic to ward off the disease. 7--The assembly was very highly entertained by El Comancho, who pictured vividly the developing of the West. 8-Another speaker but on Burma this time. Prof. Currier from our own college was over and even talked some Burmese for us and showed us some wonderful pieces of art. We were quite amused when he described and demonstrated part of the shows they have. 9-Send out a Raven! "It's a reoccurrence of the Noah flood," "Look at the water," "Ole Hurricane is stepping out a little, isn't she?" Such were some of the exclama- tions heard in rooms on the east side of Alva Neal school Thursday morning as students would tarry a while by the windows during intermission to behold magifi- cent Hurricane Creek, once only a small rivulet, now expanded until it covers an entire field--now if it would only freeze. 10-Basket Ball boys report that they could even swim the basement of the gym due to the high waters. Waters have not been so high since 1913. 15-The Glee Club sang several songs this morning for entertainment. Assistant Prin- cipal Moore, and his gym boys gave a brilliant display of grace and ability. Every- one thinks it one of the best programs so far. -The county tournament is taking place and we get out of school early. --Wondering what the crowds were all about in the hall, we found out that the Final Exam schedule was posted. 22-Reverend Meengs made us realize what privileges we have here in the United States and that we should take advantage of this opportunity. Many of the blue and discouraged fdue to finalsj looked much brighter. 24-On account of the tragic death of one member of the school board, Mir. Amador Wyrick, all games were cancelled this week. 27-Back for 2nd semester and are welcoming our freshmen but we wonder why they don't take off their coats and stay awhile. T'hey'll be here for approximately four years at least. 17 21 I930 ElEllVEllElEJIlE-3,llIe!iffllllE'JllElfElllE!! THE KITE EIHIEIEFEHIHIWIEIEIEIEIM KITE KALENIDAR 28-Mr. Wyrick's body was found last night and school is dismissed until 'toworrow morning, to pay respect to Mr. Wyrick. g 29-Freislhigegl are getting rather situated by now. Well, wonder what they think of 31-Assignment of session rooms. Play Bull-dogs tonight. FEBRUARY. 3-Bull-dogs defeated us. Senior meeting. Mr. Porter says if we don't want caps and gowns they won't try to force them on us. 4-Someone broke in school last night. 5-Rev. Carter spoke to assembly. Principal Porter announced that the school board had promised to buy 100 desks for assembly study hall. 6-No school Friday-Boys' and girls' glee clubs sang for the teachers at 9:45 Friday morning. 10-All students called into the office to correct schedules. Seniors were asked their opinion of having caps and gowns. 12-Mr. Elba Branigan gave an interesting account of Abraham Lincoln's.life. 14-Valentine day. Oh me! All hearts are being given away. 17-Boys came back from Bedford with victory 16-14. 18-Some group pictures taken today. It's just like spring out. ,. 19-Yinger singers entertained the assembly and the "well' in which the Old Oaken Bucket hung caused quite a bit of merriment. More group pictures and initiation of freshmen. . 20-Seniors trying to decide on pictures. One can't decide which picture to have put in. 'Tis hard sometimes from the choice you have. 21-It's turned so warm everyone has the spring fever. We hope it doesn't affect our boys in the Connersville-Franklin game tonight. 24-Triumphant over Rushville 'and Connersville. Headed for tourney. 26--State tourney tickets on sale. Hi-Y boys gave a very clever and original program Will wonders never cease-Robert "Fuzzy" Vandivier gave atalk startling the entire school. First team and second team were presented with sweaters. Slip on sweaters and ones they can be proud of. MARCH. 3-Won the Sectional and have a chance at the Regional. Prof. Campbell talked before the assembly. 4-Seniors lamenting the fact that they saw the team play in the gym for the last time while they're in High School. 5-Prof. Beriault read "Merchant of Venice" to the assembly. 6-Plenty of exams. Tourney Saturday so that's one thing to look forward to. 7-Pep session. Sent the "Fight, Fight, Fight" ringing through the halls of Alva Neal. 10-Yip-yip-yipee! ! ! Did we win or no? And how! Out for the morning. On to the state Franklin! Hopes are high and if you could have seen our boys Saturday night, mv but they really played. Some celebration taking in the college, Masonic Home, Kittie Palmer, Payne, and Booker T. Washington schools. The excitement now of going to the state. 12-Assignments of sections in assembly rooms by classes. At last Seniors get their wish-the old tradition of letting Seniors pass first. 17-Well, we lost our second game by 2 points. The boys have several banquets and entertainments planned for this week. We are still proud of them. 19-Sidebottom, a preacher, gave an interesting talk on prehistoric man and also gave a demonstration of an Indian dance. Each member of the team stood up and we gave a yell for them. Fuzzy, Deadweight, 2nd team, Moore, Porter and Campbell. 20-Popularity vote-1 Junior boy and girl and 1 Senior -boy and girl. 21-Sunshine meeting-initiation being planned. ' , 28-Primary instrumental band from North School entertained the assembly with their variety of instruments. Mrs. Rose Meredith is the supervisor of this band. At last the "Freshies" get their initiation, the kids did look so peculiar all dressed up and no place to go. They were introduced one by one by Hoot Gibson and then all sang' the high school song. Sunshine party this afternoon. Danced, had stunts, and foo . . APRIL 1-April Fools Day. 2-Annual goes to press and no foolin' ! ! ! ' 1930 EIIEIIVI?-l.IElEllIEIIEJllEllEllE1l1HlHl THE KITE HEIlIElIE'lIEllIEllmIlEllWIEli'EhfElllH' JllllllIIlllllllllIIIIIIllllllllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlllllIllllllIIIllllllIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllb The M0stPopula1' i On March 20 an open election without any nominations, was held in order to choose the most popular girl and boy in the Junior and Senior classes. The voting was by secret ballot and based on popularity alone. The students shown on the opposite page, were selected in this election by the student body of Alva Neal high school, as the most popular members of each of the classes of '30 and '31g each winner was elected by a decisive margin. nllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllli I9 I 30 -W --K 1 HIHIEHH EIEIIEIIEHIFJHQ H IE!! THE K TE 'V-9J rE3lIEl rl-21 EUIEUIIEJ IHIEIIEJTEWEEI I I930 rellellelleluellreiafwlrwliaueleiren THE KITE lislreiaeuelelrrelllr-1-1leurwmmleneli Will of the Senior Class of 1930 We, the Seniors of Alva Neal high school, as we pass from the portals of our be- loved school, do hereby will and bequeath our most intimate possessions and highly prized attributes to our friends, remaining fellow students, and teachers. I, Burke Anderson, will my school day joy rides to "Bud" DeVore. I, Faye Anderson, leave nothing but advice to the women on how to win the men. I, William Allen, will my love for Helen Badgley to Dale Kelly. I, Rosamond Armstrong, leave my famous recipe on how to capture boys' hearts to Caroline Thalhamer. I, Mary Katherine Baker, will all my typing pins to anyone who can wear them. I, Frances Beamen, will my red dress that wins basket-ball games to Sarah Lee England. I, Dorothy Bennett, will my giggle to Evelyn Burns. I, Donald Brewer, leave nothing since Ruth DeBard is already in college. I, Bernice Bridges, leave my "hot" dates to Fern Kelly. I, James Bridwell, leave my ability as a "kidder" to Ed Balser. I, Herschel Bryant, will my handsomeness to any freshman boy. I, Lois Buchanan, will my disappointed love affairs to Carrie Fateley. I, Betty Burke, will my neat hair to Rose Evelyn Tilson. I, Margaret Burton, will my freckles to Crawford Ford. I, Roxy Bush, leave my dashing ways to Miss Vance. I, Walter Byers, will my trombone stage hits to David Barrow. I, Clarice Clark, will my love for John Hensley to Lucille Dunham. I, Florence Clark, will my high grades in shorthand to Dorothy Walker. I, Minnie Cosby, will my Columbus dates to Maxine Burkett. I, Kenneth Crider, will my knowledge of geometry to the unlucky person who has to take it. I, Stella Curry, will my art of public speech to Dale Graham. I, Helen Davis, will my beautiful brown eyes to Lenabel True. I, Edna DeBaun, will my out of town dates to Theda Hoskins. I, Lowell Deer, will nothing since Frances Jean goes out also. I, Charles Deppe, will the Buick that I used to take Loisann riding in to Richard Irwin. I, William Dollens, will my milk truck to Harold Owens. I, Alice Drake, will my red burret to Iris Hougland. I, Ralph Earlywine, will my ticket scalping to John Sellers. I, Mary Fergason, will my winning ways to P. D. Dobyns that he may win the favor of a certain faculty member. I, Erma Forsythe, dedicate and will my latest book, "Gaining Weight," to Bob Garrett. I, Forrest Fuller, will my gasoline discounts to Bob Bryant. I, Mary Etta Furnish, leave nothing since Pat is not here. I, William G. Furnish, will my nickname "Peaches" to Earl Branigin. I, Burnett Gee, will the curls that I cut off to Virginia Ware. I, Helyn Gee, will my Madison dates to Pauline Featherngill. I, Ch arle s Gibson, will my winning way with the lady teachers to "Dick" Montgomery. I, Burton Guthrie, will my studious nature to my little brother. I, Joseph Handley, will my rating frat dances to Norman Lloyd. I, Hazel Harrison, will my school girl complexion to Betty Lou Williams. I, Edna Hendricks, will my pep and vigor to Iris Kelly. I, John Hendricks, will my m e e ti n g place with P a u l i n e Ratliff to "Dick" and Virginia. I, Merrill Hendrickson, will Marjorie Thurman of Indianapolis to Arlie Branigin. 11930 lmmllflmlliullmllgligilmllglElllmlmi THE KITE EIIHIEJUEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIEJIEQIHEIIEIIIEII I, Margaret Hougland, leave Lawrence to any girl who has a Ford. I, Bruce Jolly, will my dancing ability to Isaac Williams. D I, Raymond Jones, will my famous signature, Mr. Raymond A. Jones, to Mr. Mark eming. I, Marian Keith, will my sweet disposition to Frederick White. I, Marie Lawshe, will my Mary Pickford likeness'to Pearl Martin. I, Dorothy Lowe, will my cheerful disposition to Mary Homsher. I, John A. McClain, will my polite manners to Charles L. Rueff. I, Charles McGinnis, will my ability to make s p e e c h e s in p u b l i c to "Fuzzy" Vandivier. I, Harold McKane, will my antique shop to Billie Stainbrook. . I, Hazel McQuinn, will my deep voice to Gerald Parkhurst. I, Elta Mitchell, will my golden curly locks to Marcella Vandivier. I, Kathryn Mossop, will my dates with an Edinburg basket-ball boy to Mary Botts. I, Ralph Mozingo, will my ability in Chemistry to Charles Adams. I, Melvin Murphy, will my skill at paper wad shooting to Phillip J ohnson. I, Gladys Murray, will my blushes to Elsie Solenberg. I, Elizabeth Ohlrogge, will my curls to Miss Ott. Adair Owens, will my high geometry grades to Paul Jolliffe. Leda Parkhurst, will my permanent wave to Vernon Yates. I, Martha Patterson, will my love for Charles McGinnis to Mary Henderson. Mary K. Perkins, will my bicycle handle bar rides to Margaret Moore. Velma Phillips, will my Whiteland man to Marie Daugherty. I, Frances Pritchard, will my knowledge of how to study to Emmons Hougland. Homer Pruit, will my popularity plus to Joe Lewis. Leah Riker, will my love letters to Miss Vance. Ralph Rueff, will my industriousness to Paul Vandivier. Ruth Salisbury, leave my college dates to Virginia Featherngill. I, Frances Sefton, will my frat pin to anyone who thinks that she can get it. I, Maurice Service, will my blue ring that is like Mr. Deputy's to Russell Owens. I, Lorene Shake, will my bawling-outs from Mr. Deputy to Lorena LaGrange. I, Ruby Short, will Donald Walters to anyone who wants him. I, M a r g u e r i t e S h u m w a y, will the Essex that waits for me after school to Eugenia Roe. I, Harold Stout, will my charming personality to John Maris Cutsinger. I, Gilmore Stott, will my violin solos to Mr. Allen. I, Mildred Swift, leave my disappointing love affairs with a basket-ball boy to Mary Lagle. I, Harold Thompson, leave my curly headed blonde to the freshmen boys. I, Roy True, will my school bus to Eddy Valentine. I, Grace Turney, will my love for Kenneth Crider to Dorothy Burns. I, Marian VanVleet, will my ability as a pianist to Martha Ann Drybread. I, Charlotte Vardiman, will my good looks to Annie Laura White. I, John Vaught, leave my favorite joke book to Miss McBride. I, Lydia Vest, will my curls to Rose Evelyn Tilson. I, Jean Walker, will my typing pins to Mr. Porter. I, Laura Webb, leave my lovely disposition to Janice Quillen. I, Donald Wheeling, will my love for Columbus girls and school day shows to Tommy Barrow. I, Dorothy White, will my blues singing voice to Julia Province. I, Elizabeth Williams, will my quiet ways to Arthur Burries. I, K. Jane Wyrick, will my interest in Buicks to Mildred Batton. I, Lawrence Yater, will my ability to lead yells and to get held up to Mr. Campbell I, Marie Yaste, will my Phillip of North Vernon to Margaret Beeson. I, L L I, I, I, 1, I, 131930. EIlEllIE-'llIE'llElIlEllFJIIE1lilQIlEJllEl!!EIl THE KITE rElllUlHIIElllElllElElWlW!lEJlIElllE'll jokes Mr. Vandivier: "Can you give me any well known date in Roman history?" Kathryn S.: "I can, Mr. Vandivier, Anthony's with Cleopatra." First time at a baseball game. Marguerite S.: "Isn't Normo just grand, he hits their bats no matter how they hold them." For Sale: Baker's business, good trade, large oven, present owner been in it for seven years, good reason for leaving it. Miss Vance freading Caesar! : "Slave, where is thy pony?" QMuch startledj : "It's right here, but I wasn't really using it." Mildred L.: "Do you like hamburgerXballs?" Catherine C.: "I don't think I ever attended one. Are they naughty?" Prof. VanCleave Qmaking Physics assignmentbz "Tomorrow, start with lightning and go to thunder." TO THE SENIORS Rock-a-bye, Seniors, on the tree top, As long as you study your grades will not dropg But if you stop digging your standard will fallg And down will come Senior, diploma, and all. Instructor: "Have you read this chapter?" Bob. G.: "Yes, I have." Class: "No, we haven't read that." Bob G.: "I read that chapter two years ago." Mr. Deputy: "What is a vaccum?" Bill D.: "I can't give a definition, but I have it in my head." Miss Homsher: "Sit down in front." Bill Hudson: "I can't, Pm not made that way." Miss Everroad, after putting two questions on the board said, "Any questions?" Ralph I.: "Yes, any choice?" HOW TO CURE THE TOOTHACHE Wrap a blanket around the tooth, and secure with rubber cement to the roof of mouth. Rub patient's neck, beginning at the front and vice versa. Ask him Homw his tooth feels now, writing his reply on back of your collar. Pull out his tongue and let it Hy back again. Continue this operation for several minutes. In very severe cases, a Hy paper poultice in back of the knees will help greatly. Mark Wolff fto speeding Missj "Hey! What's the idea? Didn't you see me wave to you?" Margaretl-I.: "Certainly, I did, and if you try it again, I'll report you." il l930 Q Elffllllillillwlwlwlwllillllelllilwf THE KlTE VEIIVIQIIEIIVEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIEUIIHIVEJIIEIIEJI THE ALUMNI ROLL The credit for inaugurating the movement that resulted in the organization of an Association of the Alumni of the Franklin High School is due largely to Alva Otis Neal, himself an alumnus, who called for a meeting of those interested in such an organization to be held on the 12th day of May, 1908. At this meeting there was an encouraging attendance and a permanent organization was effected by the adoption of a draft of constitution and by-laws. It might also be noted that for the same man who was responsible for the organi- zation of the Alumni Association the Franklin High School was later named the Alva Neal High School. Alva Neal High School has sent many young men and women out into the world. Some have sought a higher education and others, although they did not receive more schooling, have done just as much in the world in some other way, and we are proud to say that from all these graduates fame has been brought to the dear old school. 1872 1582 Anna Feurherlnglll garner gong d H 1 . - Ella Leacx u er . oo sma 1"'1""' Forsmw g2l'g'gig0fA1f5fe:10"db"'y nmeiwyn inner .malt M. Wyrlck 1875 Margaret McClain gilftlrgnklrggggll 1895 111111111 11111111111 Alice Parsons Gilbert Vanvleet Bemm Burke,- Idn Moore Emma Harper Turner Alta vaugm Eugene Baty Robert Parks Aurella Whltesides 1ST6 Clara Armstrong Flora Dunlap Allce Farley Henry Forsythe Jessie Forsythe Nora Whltesldes 1883 Grace Briggs Alice P. Crowell Emma Farley Bert Fesslar Jeannette Zeppenfeld J. Victor Voris Jessle Walden Edgar A. Way 1890 Bertha Adams Mary Dehoney Arthur Hleronymus Edgar Mendenhall John C. Bergen Essle Brown Clara Byers Florence Depue Mabel Hunt Daisy Jackson Florence McClain Bertha Mcqulnn Everett McQulnn same Irons 1334 Hannah Middleton Bertha Miller Laura Overbay Sallle E. Covert Stella Peede Minnie Weyl Jennie Thompson Emma Ellis Orpha Richardson Ada. Walker Jessle Overbay Herrlott C. Palmer Matte Ryker Jessie Ryker 1896 Bertha Byers 1877 Hurd Polasky Carrie Vaught F1-gd Dunlap Rue.. Men Lucy Randall Alice Whltesldes B, Han-y E1-vin Charles Banta Jennie Gerow Dora Gibson Rose E. Willard Allce Younce Loul Zeppenfeld 1891 Gertrude Kelly Wyota Kerlln Iva McClure h 1885 Emma C nin Bell 1118118 Proffitt gain-:glee Jlilaggon Della Able Frances House H- 0515 Pl'il0hHl'd Jesse Overstreet Kittie E. Palmer Mamle Peters Loulsa Ritchey J. Albert Alllson Zora Covert George W. Kerlln Ella Luyster Bertha Fletcher Elsie Holman Gertrude Miller Nellie Pettlford Mary Tyler Grace Unversaw Arthur Wilson Otis Wooley Aria Payne Melvin 0. Ryker g?g,aTTLe::,inghe1,D Emma Sellers Eleanor Vaughn 1397 Daisy Branlgln 1878 1886 1892 Herbert W. Brown Clara Alexander Frank B. Day Kate Gibson Victor C. Smlth Mabel Dunlap Lizzie N. Ritchey William H. Taylor Lute E. Sellers Julia Davis Arthur C. McDaniel Fred R. Owens Ernest P. Wiles Bonnie Cochran Florence Carpenter Gertrude Deckard Mary Hall Coy Johnson Lillie Vawter Mamie Vawter 1887 1893 giilihmllliai-lxiirange Emma Foley Mabel Fisher Fred Mcclam 1879 Allce Hlll Effle Fossett A Llzzle Drake Alfred M. Jeletf Martha M. Palmer Lillian Thompson Minnie Lelper Ella Parkhurst Etta Walden Mary Welsh Sadie Gordon Clare E. Johnson Ida Redmond Robert Tyler Gladys Miller Hattie Norton Paris Reed Q Carl Scott Wynona G. Severance Dom wnggoner 1888 Edward L. Middleton May Smiley 1880 Anna Ellis 1894 1898 Alva Otis Neal Opal Aten Harry Branlgln Ella Blizzard Marillus Thompson 1881 Mabel Banta Cora Conway Nettle Conway Etta Davis Bertha Frazier Lulu Peter Llllle Terhune Myrtle Sloan Metha Vance Mary Vawter Margaret Vorls 1889 Elizabeth Alexande Mary Blume Fannie Bowen Aura T. Covert Isabelle Daugherty 1' Mary Brown Nellle L. Brown Mabel Kerlln Mary Ruth Payne Erschel Sellers Dora Swift Nelle Valentine Kate Vaught Laura Walden Jesse C. Webb Chloe Wood 30 Homer Legan Emery Hill C. E. Fisher Edith Miller Elizabeth Craig Bertha LaGrange Ethel Henderson Inez Ryker Grace Drybread .Marcia Voris Anna Satterwhite MMEWWWW WWWWW'WE Harriett McQulnn Hattie Byers Arta Beal Helen Wllllams Jeffries 1899 Clarence Leslie Branigln Mary Byers Cora Gibson Esther Long Clarence W. Mullikln Ethel Rausdell Charity Scott Raymond H. Sellers Maggie Wheeler 1900 Grace Alexander Stella Atwood Verne Branlgln Harry W. Dragoo Mary Dunlap Opal Fllnn Roxy Hamilton Maud Johnson Harry E. Jordan Opal Lewis Faye Marshall Ruby Minor Clara Moody Edith Mullendore Opal McGinnis Margaret Norton Arthur R. Owens Chester Ryker Ruth Annette, Sloan Helen Uphan Edna Utter Lucy Valentine Clarence E. Walden Marquis ll.Webb Opal Young - 1901 Roy A. Alexander Grace Carney Hazel Dunlap Mary Magaw Carrie Marshall Nellie McAlpin V Earnest ltIcQuh1n Estella Sellers - Ethel G. Webb - Lillie Williams 1902 ' Marcia Adams Bessie Barnett Ethelwyn Byers Florence Byers Maple Byers Lillian Dltmars Bess Dunn Mabelle Farmer Grace Hammond - Everett Leroy Jones Zella Keay I Mary E. Lacy ' Myrtle Lattlntore Jessie, McAlpln Gertrude McDonald Roy G. McQueen ' Mabel Middleton Claude Everett Morris Rollin L. Ott W. Emmett Pritchard Mayme Pritchard Oren M. Ragsdale Byrtha Rose Elizabeth Sellers Hazel Sellers Artitia Shelton Jones Nelle Springer - Llda Stat! Blanche Stanton Clara Suckow Irvin S. Valentine Edna Webb Katherine Woolen 'T 1903 Merle J. Abbett Iona Byers Lula M. Freeman Mary Helm ' ' Edna Hicks Elva Jordan Nelle Throckmorton Garrett R. Tilson Jennie Utter Frances Waldrn . Julia Wilson - 1904 Edith Banta Anna Byers Mary Webb Jessie Mansfield Lowell Burroughs Grittin Mabel Mullendore Leta Theodore Hall Tillie Weyl Harry C. Hougham Guy Milton Jones Anna Kelly Hattie Luyster Hazel E. Pritchard Helen Gardiner ' lda Lanam Faris Bart.on Smith Lettie Hunter Mary Day Winnlfrede Waggener Nclle Hall - ' 1905 Mary Kathryn Alexander Leroy W. Beam Carl R. Byers Erie R. Fisher Floss Anilla Behymer Mary Edna Flanigan Ethel Vendetta Harnett Ethelyn LaGrange Mary Good Green Lewis McQuinn Mabel Claire Roberts Verna Carson Utter Chester E. Sandefur Lena Celestus Bruner Ethel Alta Trout Vivian Beatrice Hunt Zella Beard Lee Marie Richardson George Marion Robinson Elizabeth Jean Wilson Mary Isabelle Walker Corwin B. Trout f 1906 i Hazel Evelyn Abbett Samuel Perry Dill Furley Falrest Forsyth Harry Dailey George Ella Elizabeth Hughes Harry Beam Lochry Ralph Wallace Johnson Edna Marie McClellan Mildred E. Mullendore Clark Prather Essle Service Elsie Ellen Trout Eliza Katherine Webb Della Delphla Dugan Minnie Agnes Enrrler Clarence Clark Hammond Margaret Jones ' Alice Marie McQulnn Nellie Theo Moran Grace Rivers Norton Mabel Fredia Nichols Anna Esther Peek Luvlsa Rose Lcis Marie Walling Marjory Weyl 1907 Doris C. Anderson Leslie Judson Barrow MEIEMMMMMMEWWWW Lena Baumgart Golda Mae Beeson Arthur Cox Brown y Flossie Lucille Bryan Lella Hazel Deupree Edith Dltmars Marie llitmars Frank H. Dixon l Mark A. Dixon Ralph Sewell Dobbins Grace Lindley Grlfkln Albert Maxwell Jones Carrie May Jones Nelle M. Lanam Ralph Landis Lochry Elda Mathis Delta Mae McClain Hazel McGinnis Roy M. Miller Richard Frank Moran Mary Isetta Patterson Frank Saunders Records Noble Brown Ritchey Mable Claire Sanders Virgil Dowe Smiley Faye Moore Smith George Bradshaw Staff Nancy Helen Todd Harry Grltflth Walden Max Morgan Wilde 1908 Esther Lillian Alkens Lee V. Allard Oscar V. Borgstede Bessie V. Branlgln Edgar Levi Brown E..e May Brown Ada Elliott Butler Ruth Mildred Carter Katie Belle Clark Hazel Adelle Davis Jane Grace Dorsey Pearl Maria Doty Maurice Clllford Lora E. Earlywine Edna Vawter Fisher Pinkle Glover Florence Edith Green Edith Helm Edith C. Holeman Robert Bradley I-loughanr Ernest Emiel Lusk Eunice Magaw Walker Robert. Marshall Ruth Dorothy McCollough T. Russell Moore Iva. Pearl Owens Maude Jervis Price Lillian May Robinson Tillie Gertrude Thom Lula Ethel Townsend Gladys Vandagritl' Fred W. Vandivler Ernest B. Wagner Dora Muriel lVhite Ida Marie Wilson Torrance Winchester Rita Irene Yelton 1909 Clara Helen Barnhlzer Margaret Elizabeth Best Iona Ann Brown Ruby Marguerite Byers Carl Bynum Core Lillian Clio Cover Daisy B. Creede Laura Maude Davis Mary Jane Graham Clarence Hall Anna Matilda Hardin Ruth E. House A Mark C. Kerlln Doris Cormena Linton Garnet Ora Lusk Millard Mathis Hazel Elizabeth Means Viola Melissa Murphy Marie Elizabeth McClain Mary Elzora McClain Elsie Ohlrogge Martha Marla Ott Adda Owens Mary Julia Payne Verna Prather Bessie Ray Hazel Miller Sanders Elizabeth Marie Smith Marcia Adelaide Tarlton Lula Grace Thom Julia Mabel Toombs Ruth Ann Trout Mary Vorls Lois Grayson Wagner Ray NValllng Hazel Blanche Ward Horace R. Wlllan 1910 Mattie Alexander Ella Allen Rosa Allen Glenn Beeson Jessie Bradford Morris Braulgin Edna Bridges George Brown Frank Butler Gladys Byers Leona Clark Ray Dunlap Lucile Glbben Paul Grlflln Maurice Johnson John Joplin Mary Klncade Roscoe Lee Mildred Merrill Donnell Miller Marie Moore Yessel McClain Fern McClure Charles McDaniel Russell McDaniel Henry Norton Mabel Orr Gretchen Overstreet Ruth Pettiford Ernest Pool Webb Ray Arland Saunders Lester Sellers Inez Smiley' Charles Staff Charles Stalnbrook Mary Sturgeon Alma Thom Robert Todd Edith Trout Clancy Vandivler Hugh Vandivler Lawrence Vandivler Mark Walden Loleta Winchester Gerald Winters 1911 Archie Matthew Adams Carl Walter Brown Hazel Blanche Brown Curtis Vannuys Carpenter Hubert Ilia' Clemmer William Conklin Crowell Martha Elizabeth Deer Lucile Dennis Roscoe George Dennis Fred Dixon Dorothy Gertrude Dodd Lela Opal Gillaspy Lillian Kathleen Grlbbin Wesley Willard Hall Lydia Bess Jolllffe Calvin Wesley List Hetty Gwendalene Mathis Thomas Wendal McQulnn Mary Edlth Middleton Ruth Opal Mitchell John William Montgomery Marie Irene Mullikln EIEIEIEF' :l930 JEIEIEIEIEI EIEIIEUEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIEIIIEIIEIIIEIIIEUI THE KITE lellwlwllelirelllelllelllrilllillfelllelIIE!! Harold Adair Overstreet Mary Wlnchester Pattlson Clayton Faset Pritchard Ruth Edelle Pritchard Ruth Woodsmall Pritchard John Calre Rand Zana Rlchardson Dorothy Elizabeth Ritchey Elsa May Ropp Stella Myrl Ropp Ruth Mae Rynerson James Maurice Saunders Lee Benjamin Schrader Edna Ruth Scott Carl Henry Suckow Carl Tatum Helen Marie Trout Glennle E. Vandivler Edith Madalene Walker Frances Helene Whltesides Wllllam Sllas Whltsltt Luclle Evelyn Winchester Ethel Bruner Wohrer Elsle May Wolf 1912 Merle Deputy John Hamner Verne White Faye Klyver George Vandlvier John Ralrdon Esta Scott Roy Holstein Olive Sosbe John Pruitt Mary Coon Pauline Harrison Esther White Oake McClaln Wayne Walters Marcia McClain Edward B. Semones Etta Stalnbrook Harry Sturgeon Flora Hunter Jesse Lash Lottie Larmore Randolph Core Maude Vandagrlff Celeste Mllls Lester Dodd Magdalene Schmlth Marjorie Cook Willard Wohrer Ray Ralrdon Mary Canary Alva Klncaide Daisy Patterson Allne Beck Ruth Owens Russell Klyver Mabel Brown Walter Richardson Maude Jackson Elenora Geary Ona Owens 1913 Lula Alexander Herman Boles Zella Brown Ruth Carpenter Edna Clark William Clark Nona Cornutt Cecll Corn Charlotte Cook Earl Cover Marie Covert Rachael Deer Miriam Deming Carl Drybread Dorothy Drybread Goldle Doty Lillian Farmer Ruby Fitzpatrick Leigh Fllnn Lylah Featherngill Mary Foster William Gillespie Marle Grlnlth Marguerite Hall Howard Hlll Pauline Hltz Mark Holeman Clarence Jayne Oren Kerlin Arthur Klncaide Raymond Kinder Jeanette LaGrange Harry Lattlmore Leo Lusk Horace McClaln Lawrence Means Sheldon Means Wayne Merrill Hubert Mullendore Paul Meredith Wayne Payne Collier Ragsdale Emmett Ransdell Hazel Richardson Charles Saunders Philip Schmlth Harry Scott Ralph Springer Amy Sutt.on Mildred Stlllabower .lay Thom Byron Trout Gretchen Utterback Lester Vandivler Oris Vandlvler Margaret Waltz Arthur Walters George Walden Josephine Wood 1914 Marie Barnhlzer Ruth Canary Flora Carter Leon Clark Alvln Coons Marguerlte Core Clarence Crawford Richard Crecraft Donald Dungan Edwln Dungan Everett Evans Harry Gilmore Ruth Graham Clarence Henderson Ruby Hardin Paul Hunt Pleasant Huffman Nelson Jones Eulln Klyver Irene Larmore Frank Level Wilson Legan Wllber MaGlll Joseph Meredith Marjorie Middleton Ruth Mullendore Nelson Pangborn Charlene Semones Donald Smlth Everett Stalnbrook Aileen Stubbs Jessie Terhune Margaret Thompson Murle Townsend Leo Vannuys V Hester Vaught Pauline Wagner Homer Wales Ruth Webb Donald Wright 1915 Bernice Owens Esther Coons Walter Bergen Gerald Branigln Harold Bergen Wllllam Bowen Goldla Clarkson Arva Eastwood John Eastwood Wllllam Farmer Mildred Fllnn Claud Garrett Leda Alexander Lula Wedelrlng Mary Hallman Claud Hendrickson Ruth Houghton Vida Jollllte Gall Knox Fred Klsky Alice Lewls Owen LaGrange Mabel Meddock Margaret Thompson Minor Owens Harriett Poe Richard B. Payne Claud Rapp Ylrfsel Roe Tunis Ransdell Ruth Ritchey Sarah Robinson Accle Henderson Paul Scott A Grace Smith Clara Jennings Russell Shirley Helen Kelly Katherine MaGaw Wilbur Thompson Clarence Taylor Harry Vandivler Laura Vandlvler Florence Waltz Beatrice Wetzel Pauline Whlte William White Parker Wilson Meredith Williams Guy Walters Loren Webb Mary Rapp 1916 Merville Alexander Helen Bailey Mildred Byers Marie Brown Gladys Calvin Grace Crlng Catherine Crowell George Craig Netha Deputy X Audrey Eastwood George Earlywlne Charles Farmer Ray Fisher Lily Flshback Bessle Good Nola Henderson Fred Hulgan Margaret Julian Eloise Jayne Katherine MaGaw Harry Minner . Florence Merrlll Harold Murphy Edlth Norton Basil Nash Marjorie Owens Morris- Pearson Helen Ransdell Robert Ray Glenn Seltz Lewis Sturgeon Allce Thompson Mary Townsend Charlotte Trout Maurice Trout Ernestine Unversaw Ruth Waggener Arlle Waltz Warren Winchester Merrlll Webb Elizabeth Wright Inez Combs Ray Strickland Lewis Stalnbrook l930 1917 Gilbert Best Mattie Boles Alice Brown Zula Balser Esther Brown Gordon Clevenger Ida Cosby Noble Craig Gladys Deer Marthena Drybread Ralph Deupree Marjory 'Dunlap Roscoe Freeman Hugh Graham Bryon Hamblen Fanchon Harrison William Hemphill Marjory Huffman Dorls Kelly Roger Madison Naomi Mullendore Ned Mulllkin Bonnie Mcliane Alma McQulnn Hubert Ogden Ferol Rudd Mary Sanders Frieda Strohmeler Helen Taylor Glennie Vandlvler Roscoe Walters Wendall Wllllams Merle Spears Dorothy Deer Katherine Mullendore 1918 Ray Adams Bertha Alexander Mabel Andrews John Bergen William Carpenter Ruby Campbell Barbara Cather Wllllam Covert Mary Dawson Faye Deputy Lucille Denpree Porter Dobyns Charleton Drybread Merle Edmonds Glenn Fllnn Davld Forsythe Martha Forsythe Helen Goff Martha Halliday Leohn Hawkins Pharls Henderson Hubert Henderson Gladys Luke A Marian McClaln Clara Merreman Freda Monroe Margaret Mullendore Gladys Musselman I Lloyd Musselman Jessie Payne Ellen Payne Edward Pearson Esther Rairdon Howard Robinson Pauline Shutters Charlotte Tarleton John Throckmorton Gertrude Unversaw Leon Vandlvler Mabel Vandlvler Wayne Waggener Zella Walters Max Walters Arla Weddle Blanche White Carl Wlrey Marjorie Young 1019 Paul Alexander Ina Blair Agnes 'Boles U l lElllElllI9llIElllElllE1JllE'lllElIlElIlQlIlEllEll Roger Branlgln Roy Bridges William Bridges- , George S. Butler Yale Butler Ralph Carson Katherine Casady Sabra Cather Pansy Clay Ruby Cramer Doris Deer Marie Fendley Jennie Foster Anne Halliday Lydla J. Halllday Mable Hamblen Robert Handley Dorothy Herrlott Myrtle Hanna Lillian Henderson Marybelle Hougham Mary Miller Dorothy Huffman Gladys Johnson Clarene Kelly Raymond Kelly Mazie Lash Lyman McClain Ollve Merrill Mary Hlmler Paul Payne Mozlngo William Mullendore, Jr. Margaret Pearson Alice Roberts May Sandefur Robert Sanders Georgia Belle Scott Lester Short William Smiley Donald E. Smith . Katherine Snodgrass Chester Spears Helen Vandivler Rhlel Vandlvler Velma Vandlvler Atta. Vandlvler Arnold Vaught Inez Webb Anna Margaret Whltesides Vesper Winkler Miriam Wright 1920 Lena Alexander Charlotte Clevenger Slma Comer Wayne Coy Clltford Crowell Epha Deer James Deputy Olive Doan Sylvia Elkins Paul Fllnn Katherine Green Florence Hall Pearl Hanna Edith Henderson Emil Henderson Reeda Holstein Mae Hunt George Hunter Harvey Keellng Henry Knox Loran LaGrange Mildred Leakey Harold List Marvel Means Gladys Mulllkln Ralph Murphy Henry Owens Robert Pritchard Orra Scott Roseanna Stevenson Howard Thompson Robert Throckmorton Elsie Townsend Hugh Townsend Vetra Vandlvier Kenneth Walters George Webb Wllber Ward Paul White Sophia Wlrey Beryl Custer 1921 Jeannette Beck Evelyn Blalr Harold Borden ' Delores Brown Laura Brown Paul Canary . ' Charles Coryell Margaret Davis Ted Davis Clinton Fately Burl Frlddle Lillian Gladden Mary Hardin Mark Handley Mary Homsher Mary Hunt Hazel Hunt Hugh Kerlin Kathryn King William Logan Gladys Madison Flora Matthews Raymond Mitchell Robert Monroe Leroy Mullikln Nellie Mcllvaln Marguerite Ogden Alma Patterson ' Alta Payne Mary Catherine Pegg Doris Pritchard Oren Pritchard'- Paul Pritchard' Max Robinson V Bessie Ruetf' I Ella Mae Scholsser' Lella Taylor ' ' Verna Terrlll A Halcle Vandlvler Merle Walters Dorothea Webb Ruth Winchester Faye Winkler 1922 Wendell Ballard Dawson Blackmore Paul Burkhardt Myrtle Childs Myrtle Carey Margaret Collins Ralph Cutslnger Helen Connor Glennie Craig Eliza Dragoo Mary Eades Henry Flsher Helen Forsythe Carlyle Frlddle Ruth Flsher Arnold Fraker Clara Godwin JohngGant Margaret Henderson Ralph Hicks --jg,, Alice Homsherf- X Mark Harb' rr Beulah Mae -Holcomb Harvey C. Hougham Victor Israel Cecile Kepner Lella Kelly Jane Llnkenhelt Martha LaGrange Russell Mitchell Hazel Madison Flossle Moore Thelma Newton- Hester Nash Carl Prather - Mary Packer Dorothea Ross Robert Scott, THEL, KITE EIMIEJIEIIWIIEIEIIEIIEIIIHIEIIEI S May Shirley Leo Sanders Fred Shepherd Mar-jury Spears Paul Tllson Sybil Tucker austin Vandlvler Davis Vandivier Robert Vandlvler 1923 Lucille Adams Theodore Button Dorothy Best Mildred Bcles Lester Bowles Charles Bridges Ruth Blair Pauline Casady Donald Cisco James Colllns Louise Conkle John Connor Harold Cobb Dorothy Coryell Marlon Coy Hubert Davis Claris Deer Edwin Deppe s Francis Dickson ' ' Clara Dragoo Laurabell Evans Eleanor Everroad lvls Fately Doris Glllaspy Mae Gourley - Edith Grubbs Morris Hicks Lewis Homsher Margaret Hunt Esther Kelly Harry King Emma Lemasters Martha Means Dorothy Mullendore Mary Mulllkln Cecil Mulllkln Lynn Murphy Martha McCaslln Charles McDaniel Bernice Noe Pearl Norton Florence Norton Ruby Perklnson Richard Poore Vernon Ransdell James Ross Charles Salisbury Carlton Shuck Dorothy Shultz Samuel Snodgrass Richard Suckow Arthur Tracy Robert Tranter Mildred Tucker Paul Underwood Glenn Utterback Mattie Wales Norrell Whltesldes Cleo Woods Donald Winkler Richard Winchester Blanche Wright 1924 ' Marjorie Adams Rachel Applegate Wllmer Bex Mary Margaret Boyd Norris Brown Ruth Burton B Edna Butler Carol Calvin Esther Cogswell Helen Crabb Sonoma Craig Gertrude Deer Roger Deputy Barbara Douglas Carl Ellis I930 Thelma Ensmlnger Alice Greene Jewell Hanna Wllllam Handley Ruth Hensley Gladys Hill Raymond Irvin Marian Kelly Margaret King Dorothy Leap Addie Lewis Mae Mathis Lucile Mullendore Una McMillan Lucile Neffe Alta Noland Henry Ross Dorothy Ruefl' Taylor Smith Gordon B. Tranter Adonis Turney Mark Voris Martha Waggener Kenneth Wantland Edelle Walters Bernice Wells Beryl Whitaker Ralph Willey Charlton Williams John M. Wooley 1925 Fred Applegate Hugh Ballard Hilda Beatty Ira Boyle Carlos Boaz Hazel Branlgln Joseph Brldwell Wllllam Burgett Douglass Buss .lohn Calvin Margaret Clark Robert Cogswell Charles Coy Asenath Cutsinger Grace Davis Ruth Deer Florence Deppe Ruth Dorsey Edna Dunham Adam Dunlap Don Earlywlne Aretta Eshum Kenneth Gant Leonard Gray Katherine Zoe Hall Alice Elizabeth Harb Wllliam Harrison Cyrus Herod John Hogue Gerald Holtz Paul Holstein Mary Lois Hughes George Israel Edward Kublc Ray Lattlmore Marguerite Lowe Richard Miller Vera Miller Ruth McDonald Fred McLean Ralph McQulston Roger Owens Leonard Parrot Wllson Patterson Lora Polk Irene Pritchard Robert Rust Wlnlfred Sanders Georgia Scott Valerla Scott Irene Shirley Allce Sherwood Vern Smith Lucy Smith 1 Charles Sparks ' Mildred Stevenson Charles Sutton Audra Swift fEllEIEl!EhFEllIEJlIEllIEllE4lEUElHl THE Velma Taylor Margaret Tearman Melba Tilton Forrest Tomllnson Elizabeth Vnnvleet Ruth VanVleet Pauline Vest Wayne Wirey Van Woods Eulalle Wrlght Samuel Yaste Norman Yates 1926 Edelle Anderson Marry Applegate Dorothy Barnard LeRoy Bay Fern Beatty Paul Beck Pauline Bosworth Elba Branigin, Jr. Harold Bridges Helen Brown Beryl Campbell Bessie Cash Margaret Cather Ralph Davls Evelyn Evans Clara Fergason Dorothy Fisher Bayne Freeman Noel M. Gordon Ardath Johnson Robert Hall William Johnson Ed Hickey Dorothy Mae Hogue Homer Keesllng Helen Keith Richard LaGrange Clarence Lloyd Frances Lowe Maurice Maytleld Walter McDaniel Wayne McDaniel Vernon Montgomery Dorls Mullendore Georgia Miller Evelyn Mulllkln Harold Murphy Blanche Oaks Frances Prather Luclle Pritchard Kathryn Ransdell Sara Rust Forrest Sandefur Frank Tranter Edwin Terhune Dorothy Thom Gordon Tucker Harry Townsend Thomas Vest Roscoe Waltz 0ra Webb Marie Wolff Vernon Woodworth Eva Yates 1927 Virginia Anderson Virginia Bailey Ralph Barnett Kathryn Boyd Grace Kathleen Burton Mary Alice Calvin Byron Chenowlth Herbert M. Clarke Margaret Cosby Ruth Cox Eva Marie Daugherty Crawford Davis Grlfdth Dean Frances Dollens Harriet Ilragoo Ula Mary Dragoo Murvlel Earlywine Martha Edmondson Herbert Gott' Mary Hendricks Ruth Hendricks Andrew Houston Byron Israel Norman Kelly Doris Lee Knox Margaret Lanam Lawrence Massey Earl McClelland Harry McMillan Floy Mulllkin Blrdella Newton William Owens Elsie Percetleld Otho Pritchard Myrtle Rueff Dorothy Sedam Robert Sharp Martin Short Isabel Tracy Stott Blanche Smith Lydia Myron Simpson Pearl Smith Tasca Smith Mildred Sutton Kathryn Swift Richard Swift George Tearman llall Vest William Waggoner Harold D. Webb Ray Wllde 1928 Kathryn Beeson Mark Bryant Robert Burgett Ruth Cummings Leon Cisco Lester Canary Dale Campbell Alice Cotfman Gilford Cast Gertrude Decoursey Ruth Evans John Edmondson Jessle Fraker Marle Grlfflth James Green Katherine Gee Edward Gaines Edwin Green James Herod Kenneth Hendrickson Mary Jane Hogue Mary Israel Margaret Israel Charles Jones Carolyn Johnson Marion Mullendore Evelyn Mossop James Macllvaln Noel MacDonald Henry J. Murray Agnes McAlpin Marguerite Moore Frances Eloise Mulllkln Doris Irene McClain Roberta Overstreet William Perkins Hoyt Phillips KITE VEIIVIPJIIEJIIEIIEIILEQIIEIIIEIIIEJIEIIEIITJI Florence Allce Province Ethel Powell Robert Patterson Edith Poynter William Province Marlon Poore Alice Robinson Zoe Eleanor Robinson Edwin Ropp Katheryn Shephard Cleota M. Tapp Rose Tyron Forest Utterback Ellis Veale David 0. Webb Ruth Wantland John Wolf Louise Waggener Mary Waggener 1929 Ruth Abel Mary Adams Rex Anderson Albert Ardinger Edna Bass Clara Bay Benjamin Bolden Mary Branlgln Ray Burns Lella. Calvin Myrtle Cobb Helen Dawson Ray DeBaun Ruth East Nora Elkins Eloise Fitzpatrick Mary Glllaspy Esther Handy Geneva Harrell Hubert Harrison .lulla Hicks Edward Hlll Marlon Hunt Mary Kelly Marle Land Frank Lloyd Louesla Martin Ruth McDaniel Harold McGinnis Ralph McQulnn Clarence Miller Louise Overstreet James Owens Lawrence Owens Lea Sandefur Marguerite Sedam Wanda Stroup Roy Sutton Kathryn Suckow Irene Turney Frederick Thalhamer Dwight. Utterback Violet Veale Loyee Wilde Harold Walters Margaret. Wlshard 1930 William Allen Rosamond Armstrong Faye Anderson Burke Anderson Mary K. Baker Frances Beaman Dorothy Bennett Donald Brewer Bernice Bridges James Brldwell Herschel Bryant l930 Loisann Buchanan Betty Burke Margaret Burton Roxie Bush Walter Byers Florence Clarke Clarlce Clark Minnie Cosby Kenneth Crider Stella Curry Helen Davis Edna DeBaun Lowell Deer Charles Deppe William Dollens Alice Drake Ralph Earlywlne Erma Forsythe Forrest Fuller Wllllam G. Furnish Maryetta Furnish Mary Fergason Burnett Gee Helen Gee Charles Gibson Burton Guthrie Joseph Handley Hazel Harrison Edna Mae Hendricks John Hendricks Merrlll Hendrickson Margaret Hoagland Raymond Jones Bruce Jolly ' Marian Keith Marie Lawshe Dorothy Lowe John McClain Charles McGinnis Elta Mitchell Harold Mcliane Hazel McQulnn Kathryn Mossop Ralph Mozlngo Gladys Murry Melvin Murphy Elizabeth Ohlrogge Adair Owens Leda Parkhurst Martha Patterson Mary K. Perkins Frances Pritchard Velma Phillips Homer Pruitt Leah M. Biker Ralph Ruefl Ruth Salisbury Frances Sefton Maurice Service Lorene Shake Ruby Short Marguerite Shumway Gilmore Stott Mildred E. Swift Harold Stout Harold Thompson Roy True Grace Turney Lydia Doris Vest Marian VanVleet Charlotte Vardlman Jolm Vaught Jean Walker Laura. Bernice Webb Dorothy White Elizabeth Williams Donald Wheeling K. Jane Wyrlok Marie Yaste Lawrence Yater 4,A,,,-,,..L,,g, , ,,, , , ,W ,.,.1.T.AA ,,.g,,,,,, H, , ALE. ,.,,, Y , ,,,, , ,..... L., EIHIEIIEJIIEIIEIEIEIEJIWIHIIEIIE! THE KITE IH!lWlWlfEl!!EiVEIrE!IVfHllElIlE1IVEIlfH nI930 ElIE1IIElllElIElIEllrElIWIIE1JIlEJIEf?VE THE KITE' lQiIElIVE'JllEllIEllEIlVI2IlfElIlEIlEUIIEJUi -llllIllllllIlllllllllllllllIllllllllIllllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIllllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllll Advertisements Appreciation: the "Kite" is partially de- pendent, financially, on the advertisers of the "Kite," They make it possible for the "Kite Staff" to publish a book which will do credit to "Old Franklin High." The "Kite Staff" wishes to take this op- portunity to express its sincere apprecia- tion and to extend its thanks to the mer- chants who so willingly co-operated with the staff in making "The Kite of 1930" S. reality. nllllllllllllllIIIlllllIIIIIllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT usasoaygrp lEllElIHllEliVS'JlHlIElIIElHIIEJJIHIIEPI THE KITE ElWlIElIEJiMlIE1llIElIIElEIVLf1llVf!llV1i'll QllllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIIlllllllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllg DRUGS FOUNTAIN PAINTS E Cigars Candy Lunch E CITY Aixipoiiigio STORE 5 E. O. LA GLE Mgn ROYC BRYANT, Owner 5 R LUMBER - MILLWORK gn E Hardware, Paint, Glass, Fencing E E EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING E CENTRAL Riigfiiigifi' SUPPLY CO. ROY C. BRYANT, owner E The "Citizens" E Strives to win the ap- ? proval of many young E friends at the Franklin 2 High School and ap- ? preciates their patron- E age. 2 W E Citizens National S Bank 1' S P - ii Think about how you willlook f 4 , .- 11 Commencement.Tryonasultat .. 4' , : ,I Pay nes. 5 I' E 4' E 4: 1 E 1, 3 1 41 'I 'r If raffe have such a long neck?" E 2: Frank Israel: "Because his head is E ji so far from his body." E I Ig 5 fr .l-1. E 4' : 4' : 4' : r : ji Doe M. "Ouch! I bumped my crazy 3 ji bone!" E ' Alice D. "Oh, well, part your hair - lr 1 IE diiferent and the bump won't show." : I' : P 4 E 5 S 4, .....l.Tl.. - 'r lr '1 El Mr. Breidenbaugh: "W'hat is the E :E purpose ofbookkeepingin high I I: school?" 2 Eg Roy True: "To get a credit with." E E 42 : illlllllllllIlllllIlIllIIIllIlllllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllilllllIIIIIIIIIllllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllhl l930, mi Miss Everroad: "Why does a gi- E mumiulalmzmlm-inmeralmrmnrallmli gllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll : B459 E "Gifts That Last rniffkrftsi faealmnmumamfamlmnrasmlaww IlllllllllIIllllllllll-IllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE 1 . 2 U tr . - . ' r '. : - 1, . : ' 'r -5 E 'r ,. : ju a E , .. ,, , Home of D gi B M Sally Brown Bread 5 5 The E. Collins - ' at B .Store Jewelryfancl Gifts Franklin Bakery E E Compliments of so on a 0 E Harb 86 rick When Better Things E Company To Eat : Q Home of Are to be Had - "Marinerre" Knitted Morris 86 Snyder E Sportswear E E COATS, ENSEMBLES, ON E AND Two-P1EcE FROCK WiH Have Them E p .. 1 E 1' tr 1+ 1, 7 S 4' : 4' : 4' E tr .. allillllllllllIIIIIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIllIIIlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE I930 IL ElilEllIElllElIIE'5!lEllIEllWIEllIElIElll?Jl THE KITE EIIEIIIFJIIEIIFEIIEIIWIIEHIEIIIEIIIFJIIEII :ilIlllllllIIlllIIllllllllIIIlllllllllllIllllIlllllllllllllllIlIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITlIIllIIIlIIIIIllllllllIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE Fm, FIREPROOF, WATERPROOF, - 4 3 E Quality Cleaning E COLOPROOE : 2 Quick Service The three greatest Policies of E E 5E PERMANENCE S 1: : call This Insurance is as near as your E 4 5E TELEPHONE Benzol EE 111 T. B. EARLYWINE as s0N Cleaning Co. In If CONTRACTORS- BUILDERS E E 136 E- feff6fS0f1 Cement, Paints, Varnishes, Brick E il 'n 'r 2 Dependable Service :I 4 4: : 4 : 45 u- 4+ is HigheStQua1ifY :E Nort Whitesides Cog E Courteous Treatment 2 M.. "This is our Slogan" 4 I 'u 5? Home of E 5 Hart-Schajfner ana' 2 2 Meang, Drug Marx Clothes E E 0. SllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllIlIlllIIIIIllIIllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIF EIEJIEIIEJIHIEJEIIIHIIEJIIEIIEIHI THE KITE EIBIEIIE'53ffHflrEl!IE'lllElllE3!lElllE'JIlEJl QlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllgj We extend our best wishes for the future success and happiness ofthe 1930 Graduating Class and also EI-1.5. E may you always find this store a I pleasing place to buy, making it E your Headquarters for E : : Cosmetics and Toilet Articles E Drugs, Specialties and E Fountain Service 9 f-PHAURMAGY E Tr-ie: :RevuzJ?!. STORE the future Graduating Classes of 'I 'I 'I lr 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r :I 1 'I P ln 1 3 I 1 . 'n I r 3 P I r r 3 3 Young fellows, look up the correct E shirts, neckwear and hose at Paynes E as it is only a few days until Com- E mencement. J. B. Payne and Son. E . : Senior: "Do you believe there is a E devil?" 5 Freshie: "No, I always think itfs E like Santa Claus, it's your father." E 1 1.l : Moore: "Where have you E Mr. been ?" E Joe W h e e 1 e r: "Out hunting bird E eggs." E Mr. Moore: "What for?" E Joe W.: "Well, I gotta set the cuck- E oo clock." E Mr. D obyns: "Do you know how E rats get in here?" E Rufus Allen: "Naw." E Mr. Dobyns: "That's right." E Compliments Of The Famous Stores, Inc. E anon sa.: gllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 3 3 3 3 3 3 r P 3 1 1 1 3 4 P 5 P 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 r 3 'I lr 3 r 4 4 'r I I 'I 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r lk llllll I 9 3 0 WISDOM ls Slowly Gained E So in the same way is a E Bank Account Acquired E Students ig LET Us HELP You 2 Farmers Trust Co. E The Bank That Service Built E IElIHifQIIEllIEllIEl'MlElIEElIIEJlIE1Jl!Ell THE KITE EIIEJIEIVEIIEIIWIHIIEIIIHIIEIIEJIVIPJI gllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll' Commencement is Here! Hg 81 I make dl - K? 2 . Photos 2 Portraits in this book Let Thompson those Commencement made by Thompson 5 A Real Sporting Goods Store r In tr 3 r In 4+ qv - r - s E School Sweaters P Graduate with honors-dress with pride in a Commencement Suit from Paynes. 5 Athletic Goods E E It Miss Vance: "You are too literal. g jf Translate more between the lines." E V5 E Doe Murphy: "I can't. It's rubbed - 'P out." E 1' 51 Fada -- Majestic -11,1 5 1 E Philco -- Gulbransen 2, C g : Miss raft: "What is a molecule?" E I Bright Student: "A molecule is an f 1E empty hole jumping around in space - 1: because of the elasticity of air." ,E wg g 5 4 1.1- E . 2 1 E ' ' cn' Mr. P o rt e r: "You can't sleep in : ', n E 219-221 Massachusetts Avo. 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Guaranteed work E al a fair price. Ee Lenin HENDRIGKSUN E For Good Salads S and 2 Hom e-made Pies E come to 2 Tro ut's Cafeteria Keystone Cleaners 2 The Key to a Better 2 A Cleaning Service E Phone 748 R E 133 East Jefferson Street 5 E ji E alIlIIllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE EllllIlllllllIlllllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lHllElIlE'llE,GJ!Q. ElIElllEllIEm'E1lEilEl!EJlIElllEilEllEf THE KITE ,EIIEIIVEIIIEUIIEHIEIIIE IIIIIIIIlIIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIlIllllllIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIllIIIIlllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE S0 QUICK Lanam-Simpson E And the Clothes Are So CQean Lloydls Laundry 3 3 3 P 14 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Shoes are good Shoes Compliments of Morrismanglloc Store T. 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