Flora High School - Florian Yearbook (Flora, IN)

 - Class of 1957

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K, il il Bill Calhoun is sure itS the fault of the adding machine when his bookkeeping totals do not chi-ck, All Gaul is divided into three parts? That's what Mrs. Douglas tells us in Latin. CQHQS Uymnastivs ara- an im' portant part uf girls' physical ewliiwatiuli 1-v JJ 4- r Ll Merlin Berkey and Judy Northcutt labor over their research themes for jiinior English. 5 V . VY? 1 ' f ,J ,. ,17 I .. A "Row: row. row your boat is pantomimed hy boys in la Q , speech class. In chorus, Mr. Hodshire demonstrates on Richard Evans how pressure in- creases support of the sound. K Fred Collins explains an equation for a parabola ln advanced math. Cutting wood blocks for Christmas cards and creating original designs are some of the activities of the high school art students. In physics Class. Mary Jane- Crunk demonstrates that it is possible' to boil walvr in pap:-r. -Pr 1 f M, W 6 , ax Ha I Ng., egx X vu- I X in An even hem is one of the many details that girls learn to perfect in home economics. TJ gain C0l'UIliiPI'lCf in jurffmg bf-r-f r'alxeQ or ag mans practine Qewion are nece ary it in A In general science class, Tom Groninger and Stuart DeBruicker work with magnets. "Brenda, won't you ever leam how to parallel park?" Qi! 'Wa Junior high shop boys study the principles of electric wiring. Administration and ' Faculty GEORGE WASON, A.B. Wabash College Trustee MAE MCCORKLE University of Chicago Indiana University School Secretary 1942 - 1956 B. KEITH ROSE, M.S. Ball State Teachers College Butler University Indiana University Purdue University Principal, History, Tri-Y Sponsor RUTH ANN AYRES School Secretary 1957 - gl""T KENNETH COOKE. NLS. Hanover College Indiana University Purdue Llniversity Social Studies. Hi-Y Sponsor Senior Sponsor FRANK DEBRLICKER. BS Indiana State Teachers College Indiana University I'hysical Education. Drivers Training. Health. History. Varsity Coach. Freslnnan Sponsor EFI-'IE DOUGLAS. A.B. Manchester College Purdue University Latin. English. Junior Sponsor ' fj vw I I I CX . - - C ' I . . 1-silt ' Q A YQ ,. pf . L ' 4 X 1 ,..', 4 Y . ' If . I I ALBERT HANES.M.S. MARTHA HAW'KINS.B.A. JOHN HODSHIRE. B.M.E. JUNE LOWTHER, B.S. Mansfield State Teachers College Pennsylvania L'niversity Home Economics. Biology Seventh Grade Sponsor. 4-H Sponsor LEON NIclL.'XI'lLHEY. ILS. f Purdue University Agriculture. Science. ,Iunior S Jonsor. 4-H I Sponsor. F. F. X. Spon RUBEN Mc-QIIEEN Fort Yvayne Art School Ball State Teachers College Indiana University Extension Illinois State Normal Uni- yersity Northwestern University Purdue lfniversity University of Illinois Ball State Teachers College Industrial Arts. Physics. Eighth Grade Sponsor l l i SOI' Manchester College Ilniversity of Wisconsin English. Speech. Librarian. Freshman Sponsor. Honor Society Sponsor Indiana University Chorus. Band. Elementary Music. Seventh Grade Sponsor X., '32-rf QQ! l,Ul5 NlETf1Qlfll. ,-YB. xlilllf'llf'?-IPI' Collegi- lmrilrm-rs'4'. llurlun Sponsor. Sc-llunl Dim- Spunwr. lfightll Crzule' Spfvnwr Hl"l'll Nll'lil'llY. .X.li. Dm'l'uuw l'nix'f'rsity Fngxlixli. l'l1wic'al l':fllICi1llOH ll1'illlll.St'Ill4II' Spnrixur. Sunxliine Suriety Sponsor ll'.'XNll.-X l'l l.ll. lib. l'urrluc- l IllH'I'5lIf' liutle-r l l1lV4'I'rlly xlLllll!'IllZllll'F. S1'll'IlIf fthlllllllllllfi' Sputum r Nun lit1ySpm1Nnr NM if FREDRICK SMITH. AB. Ball State FIR-ueliers College Purdue Lvnivvrfily Mathematics. Suplmrnore Spunfor SLN, RICHARD PITTS. NLS. FRED HOOD Purduf- 1'n1m,ity Manchester College Sixth Gracie. Sixth Grade junior lligih Coat-ll. Cross Country Coach NL' 'C-'23 .X All 'Q DON 'l'.-XYLUR. 8.5. Purrlue- lniu-reity lnrliuna l'niwr-ity' liutle-r lfniu-ifity Fifth Grade. liasehall Coach Fifth and Sixth Coach MAR Y CRIPE Central Normal College Indiana LiI1lY1.'I'SlIY Fifth Craflf' EDITH CHqXl'NlAN xl2il1l'llf'SI1?l' Cullege Fourth Grade URSAL HOOD VIRGINIA WILSON VIOLET DYSON MarlChCSI6r College Madam Blakers Manchester College Purdue University Butler University Second I lade Second Crade MARTHA SCHOOLER, B.S. Ball State Teachers College First Grade ERMA PETRY. A.B. Mt. Morris College Bethany Biblical Seminary Religious Education EARLA SPIVEY. B.S. Purdue University Speech and Hearing Therapy 2 -i ,i ffl! L+ fl fi' r .-Ix.+ hs-ff 2-ff W?i, 9 ,Qi Personae A23 ,av .x ,,.,.f+"' Seniors Seniors of '57 will always remember their last year in F.H.S. Their rush of activities began as they posed for senior pictures. Shortly after. they ordered their caps and gowns. name cards. and invitations. On Senior Cord Day, the sleepy-eyed Class of '57 modeled the results of many late hours of artistic efforts. A shadow fell over their bright year when three classmates were injured in an automobile accident at Christmas time. Deanna Pressler and Molly Bishop returned to school within a few weeks. Nancie Garrison. who was more seriously injured, com- pleted her year via a two-way radio communication system. Home Sweet Homicide was the mystery-comedy the seniors presented as the final display of their dramatic ability. As Commencement drew near, the halls echoed with the strains of 'gPomp and Circumstancef, causing the seniors to realize that their high school days at F.H.S. were ending. Top: The senior class officers, Ruth Murphy, sponsorg Joyce Burton, vice presidentg Donita Peterson, secretaryg Kenneth Cooke. spon- sor, Beverley Mocherman. treasurer, and Richard Murray, presi- dent, count receipts from their class play, Home Sweet Homicide. Bottom: On Senior Cord Day. Bill Calhoun shows off his decorated cords in the style show. QL W' 4 me H EDWIN LAMAR ANGLE Alligator Class Vice President 23 Student Council 43 Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 4g FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 4-H 1, 2. 3, 4: Basket- ball l. 2, 3, 4, Track 1. 3. 4g Baseball 1, Cross Country 4, Judging 1, 2. 3, 4g The Boarding House Reach 33 School Daze 3, 4, High Scorer for Track 3. MOLLY NORTON BISHOP Colton Tail Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: The Boarding House Reach 3, Florian 3, 4. JOYCE BURTON Josie Class Vice President 3, 4x National Honor Society 4-g Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4-g Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pl'f'Sid9ll! 39 Yell Leader lg Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 The Bmlfflmg HOUSE Reach 3, School Daze 2, 3. 4, Assoclate Edltor 3, Co- Editor 4. WILLIAM WEBSTER CALHOUN Rory Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 4, FFA 1. 2. 3. 4, Reporter 4, 4-H 1. 2. 3, 4, Song Leader 33 Junior Leader 3. 49 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1. 23 Band 1, 2. 3. 4g Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4, Judging 1. 2, 3, 4g The Boarding House Reach 3g Florian 3, 4. G 'Styx my 411- IRIS DAWN l"l.UllA liublnlvs National llonor Sot-if-ly 3. 4: Sunehint- 1. 2. 3. 1. l'iani-t -1: liooxtvr llluh 1. 2. 3. '11 Band l. 2. 3, 11: llhorus 1. 2. 3. 1. :Xc'voinpani-t 1. 2. 3. -1: Svhool Daze- 3, -1: Stat:- Nlusit' llonlv-t 1. 3. -1, Cold Mt-tlal 1l'ianol 3. Silvf-r x1f'tlZ1lS lljiano. fllarinr-tt 1: lntf-rlovhv-n National Nluwit' Canip Scholarship 3: Lafayvttv Symphony Young: ."xrtist's Awartl 3: First Plavv flvrtififate' National Fedrration of Musit' lllulw 3: Trark Quvffn 3: Guy Nlaifar Scholawhip. Sara-ota. Florida 3: lntliana. Kentucky, Michigan State' Fmlf-ration of Muxic Clube Contewt '13 County Musk Fcftival Accompanist 1. 2. 3. 4: First in lfifay Contest 1. 3. NANCIE JO GARRISON Nam: Sunfhinf- 1. 2. 3. 4: Boo-te-r Club 1. 2. 3. 1: Chorw 1. 2. 3, 4: The Boarding House Reach 3: School Daze 2, 3, 4. 'l'hllll1 jflh fL,XlllllSUN .lloow Stmlwnt t.ounm'tl 2. 1: lli-Y 1. 2. 3. 1. St'f'Ql"l1lll'L1l'XflllS 1. 2. 3. 1: l'l'.1 l. 2. 3. 1. S--ntino-l 2. 1. Sf-r:v'ant-al-Xrnu- 3. lla-lv-thall 1. Z. 3. 1: lravk 1. 2: jutlgtngl l. 2. 3. 1: TIN' Htlllfllliflg llouw Rfaflz 3: School llalv 2. 3. 13 1 FW- l hrou l rophy 3 ll :KNIT-X lllQl.l.li llfXl.l. liun . ' . ' 1 lie-lpln lliglt Nhool l. .21 Sun-hint' l. 2. 3. 1: l,oo-t:-r f.lul: 1: XVII lmarlvr li Nlajorr-ltr 11 Lhorux l. 2. 3. 11 Fvllotrl Ilan- .L I, llfKROl.IJ l.El-Q tfll.-XVI, l.'l1m1-Y 111-1 1. 2. 3. f1. l'l'.1 1. 2. 3. 4, Pre-'-lllvltt 11 1-ll 1. 2. 31l1tot+rllultl751Julin l 7 31 ll 3 tg gl ...... Z 11' Hozzrrltizg House Rrfarfi 3: National Juflgingi Lontv-t 31 l'urrlur- liounrl-up 3. NHRY .MNH CROOK laniw National llonor Sot-if-ty 3. 1: Sunxhinv l. 2. 3. 1. Xtra' 1,I't'Slll4'Ill 3. llI't'Sltll'IlI 1. Stud:-nt tlounvil li:-pr'-Nr-titatiw 1' lloo-ta-r f lull 1 2 3 1' C h ruf 1. 2. 3. 1: The- lioarrling .U Huusr' Rwzrlt 3: lflorilm 5 .1 .X..ot-into lllitor 3. tlo- 1':tlltUI' 1g Stan- .-Xlge-lnra Cont.--t lg Stats- latin Lontvxt Z. 3. llronn- N11-tlal 2: Rotary litilvnrllip .Xwaril 2. 151 Iota Xi .Xvvartl fl. 1.-X M HS LEE DRA PER Delphi High School 1. 2 Hi-Y sa. 1. Florian 4. RICHARD L. FIFIL Delphi lligh School 1: lli -13 Florldfl 3. -1. Dripo National Honor Socivty 4: H 3. 4: FF.-X 2: B ooster Clluh .Ns 'Sc is-df it JERRY LYNN JENKINS lenlrs Hi-Y 4: Basketball Manager 1. 2. 3. 4: Baseball Manage-r 2: Florian 4. MARCIA SIE LANGSTON lflacl-:ie Student Council 4: National Honor Society -I. Ilireasurer 3: Sunshine l. 2. 3. 4: 4-H 1. 2. 3. -I. Ilealth and Safety Lt-atler 2. 3. News Reporter 3. Svfretary I: Junior I.:-afler 2. 3. 4: Booster Cluli 1. 2. 3. -4: liand 1. 2. 3: Chorus I. 2. 3. 4: 4-H Judging 1. 2. 3. 4: The Boarding llouxe Rerzfh 3: Florian 3. 4: Hoosier Girls' State 3: Geometry Contest 2: English Contest 3: State judging Contest 3: Junior Leaders Conference 2: Rotary Citizenship Award 3. RRICNIJA KAY Mt-KINLEY Helio Class Secretary 2: National Honor Society 3. -I. Pre-ill:-nt 1: Student Council Rf-pri-sentative 3: Sunshine l. 2. 3. 4. Community Count-il Rm-prvsentatixe 4: 4-II 1. 2. 3. -1. Song lmatle-1' l. Yive Presitlent 2. 4. President 3: Junior lmatule-r 2. 3. 4. Reereution 2: liooster lfluli 1. 2. 3. 4: Clif-t-rleatler 1. 2. NI: Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4. Ifnst-nilile 2. 3: A1-II jtitlgingg I: The liooralingf House Reorlz 3: Florian 3. el. Associate- Iftlitor 3. Co-Editor 'I-: Hoosier Girls' State 3: Klee-lira Contest l: State Ceoiuf-try Contest 2: English Contest 3: llelta 'lilleta Chi Locket 3. BEVERLY JOYCE MOCHERNIAN .Ilocko Class 'I'rr-usurer 4: Sunshine 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3. 4: Iioo-ter Cluln l. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4: School Daze 3. -I. Z' S 463 PATRICIA ANN MEADE Paz National Honor Society 4: Sunshine 1. 2. 3. 4: 4-I-I 1, 2. 3. 4. President 2. 4. Vice President 1. 3: Junior I.:-acler 1. 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 1: Booster Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Yell I.:-ader l: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 1. 2 3. 4: 41:1 Judging 1. 2. 3. 4: The Boarding House Reavh 3: School Daze 4: Florian 3: State Latin Contest 2: First Team at Nat- ional ,Iudging Contest 3, State Judging Contest 2, 3. Iilue Ribbon Team 3: Purdue 4-H Round-up 2: Kiwanis Junior Leader Conference 1: State Fair School 3: Food Prepara- tion Award 1. Food Preservation Award 2. 3. Home Im- provement Award 2, 3. RICHARD LEE MURRAY Curly Student Couneil 2. 3. 4. President 4: Class Vice President 1. Class President 4: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 2. Vice President'3. President 4: Booster Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Vice President 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Judging 1: The Boarding House Rearh 3: Florian 3. 4: Hoosier Boys' State 3: Rotary Citizenship Award 3. DEAN PETERSON Cowboy H1-X 1. 2. 3. 4: 1'FA 2. 3: Rooster Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Judging 3: Florian 4: Rotary Citizenship Award 1. 2. DONITA K. PETERSON Pele Class Secretary 1. 3. 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Sunshine 1. 2. 3. 4: Booster Club 1. 2. 4: Chorus 1. 2. 3: School Daze 2. 3. 4. Co-Editor 4. as-s an qx RICHARD CARL STONEBRAKER Beezer Student Couneil I. 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 3: Basketball I, 2. 3: Track I, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 2. 3: judging 1. 2. 3. 4: The Boarding House Reach 3: State Judging Contest 2: Runs-Batted-In Trophy 3: Free Throw Trophy 3. MARGARET L. STURDIVANT Marg Class President I, Student Council 2: Sunshine I, 2. 3, 4, Song Leader 23 Booster Club l. 2, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3: Florian 3. 4: Rotary Citizenship Award 1. JOHN RICH.-XRIJ WILIQS fap Hivh I. 2. 3. 4: Iflorian l. BILLY JOE YOLNC H1-X 1. Z. 3. 4: Hehool Daze 2. 3, 4. IIIQANINA I'RlfSSI,IlR Deze Class Treasurer 2: National Honor Society 3. 4: 5unsh'ine l. 2. 3. 4. Song l,f'31ll'I' 3: Hoosier Club l, 2. 3. -1. 590' retary-'I'rf-asurer 3. President 4: Rand 1. 2. 3: Chorus I. 2, 3, 4: The Boarding House Rearh 3: School-Daze 2, 3. 4. BONNIE FAYIC RENICIQ Faye Sunshine l. 2. 3. 4: Booster Club l. 2. 3. I: Nlajorette 4: Chorus I. 2. 3. sl: The lioanling House Reafh 3: School Ilan' 43 Florian 3: Stale Spf-r-ell Contest 2. Ifourtb l'laCe in Ilistrivt SIi1'l'1'll Contest 3. MARTHA LOLISIL SCHNIQPF Mart Class Treasurer 3: National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 3: Sunshine l. 2. 3, 4: 4-H l. 2. 3. 4. Health and Safety I. Ferretary 2. Treasurer 3. Recreation Leader 4, Secretary- Treasurer llillys- Club! 3. 4: Junior Leader 2, 3. 4, Recreation Leader 3. 4: Booster Club I. 2. 3. 4: Band l. 2, 3. 4: Drum Nlajorette 4: Chorus l, 2. 3. 4: 4-H Judging 1. 2. 3. 4: Florian 3. 4: First Team at National Judging Contest 3: State Judging Contest 2, 3: State Music' Solo Contest 1. 2. 3. 4: 4-H Round-up 3. ROBERTA GRACE SIMMONS Bert Sunshine 1. 2. 3. 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Chorua 1. 2. 3. 4: School Daze 4: Comprehensive .Math Contest, 3, 5"m Lg! l 3 ,qfmd Arun ll Blocher -ecretarv' Leon Nlcbaugheyy The junior Olficrh' Rune 8 - I. E lines. treasurer ,pgngorg Cary Nlullendore, preslfgglf- blfrelag njponisorl an, ph-aged Ned Parre-tt. yiee llfffldenli, arld 13:3 g N R with the ticket sales for the Jumof p -' SPP our new Plasg Sweaters ? Th-x . Q if' fe Q e ,E Nailzyjlgror trio, Beck fi txt wae the IPF- and JO Y Smith 7, Shaw CIHSS emr' ' we Slaye . 5 in ,he Ta r. lem L -Sith.3nd Judi' NL"1hwn'-Bectlly' rziiwait the N Ca IU . , lane- Ann Jones 5 'mee of openintl Vurlam for the ma their Cla" Play' The Prom Plan- tlommittee is unaware of a senior stow- away as they depart for points unknown. Juniors These are happy students -and yyhy shouldnt they' he-gfor their title is 'jdlly juniors." Their furtiye glanees arouse the curiosity' of the seniors as prom time draws near. In The Llilllf' Dog Luuglzerl they made their debut in high school drama. New beige Class sweaters with dark hroyyn letters were donned to gain the admira- tion of the school. Remembering the years gone by. they now laugh at some of the silly' things they' hare done. Looking ahead. they' anticipate the privileges as well as the responsibilities of their senior year. 28 Vlerlln Berlin Bumlli Blocher Bonnie Browser Jerry Burn launa Carter Fred Collin Harold Collmi Don Craft Nancy Eller Jerry En lllgel' Kenneth Flora Rodney Lee Flora Rodney l aul lwlora B li John in Jane Ann Jone Bonnie Sue l ande Gene Lantz Pat Lyon W,- X2 x XV Geraldine Moore 1 .07 Cary Nlullendore Judy Northcutt Ned Parrett Barbara Prltt Bl '1- -'s f -L Q7 Beverly Prltts ,W Shirley Randle Jeanette Sklles Becky Smlth Joyce Stayer Carl Wagoner Sally' Watson Harold Whitfield Dick Wilcox Keith Wilson lmogene.Young Max Young .,, - 1 2 1 X -H 5' ?'9 N217 I T 3 . 1 f- .V ,,,4 1 U 5--, 'er ' ui L ,lawn-Q' 'A af - - . . 5 ' 29 Framed .luanrta Pugh POUSOT Fred Smrth sponsor CODIEIC Brlgg dvlie pre ldent Ronnle W YC! PFCS1 en ueaq 0 sserman Soma Landls secretary Rlchard Evan ver heels fm love?j and Rrchard Evans are treasurer Dont Be Cruel 1s sun bw a mock Elvls h duet Carrle Glass and Nlxke Sme as the Buiegedbpolffgrgr lieckigf sophomore entry m the Talent Show gfrye Skills Judy Hendnck son and Jacob Darlmg to be sold at ba ketball game Swmg Your Partner 15 ihe Call at the Ophomores square danCC 0 phomores A httle va1n and s1lly the sophomores made thelr second stab at high school Shlny new class rlngs were worn wlth prlde lmpressed wlth thelr newly acqulred elevated rank they rmposed thelr W ll upon the freshles Hot buttered popcorn was sold at basketball games, and a hvely square dance was sponsored by the sophomore class to strengthen thelr treasury for future prom expenses They have a lot to learn before they complete the1r hrgh school careers, but they w1ll meet the challenge as the classes before them have done 30 , , S , . . , ' ' 5 5 ' . g- . Q' . h , , , ..,.,.,, L - O ii -f 7 . 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I - as 'Q' 43 Qara Aclam ,lim Allen CllI'l9llHC Berkey Vlarnon Blocher X., X of 'bv ' - 1 Son 1 1 li ipnl in our fllfl han en Clen C llngenpeel Bonnie Clmgenpeel Jun Collin .7 Stexe Collin: Nlargaret Craft Barbara lansmger Kaye Fergu on karen Flora Kenneth Flora 'W' Dick Fout Jackie Garrl on Caylorcl llaan Lorraine Heffner T' I3 O9 Mllce Hoffman J if Jo hllen Hicks Beverly Hmkle A L Laverne Holl1Q Martin Jeni Fred lone Jerilyn Jones Carol 'Vlaxwell Carolyn Vliller Fred Nllller Phyllis Nlohler Nllke Nlurphv Ex erett Oyler Dwight Patrick Jerry Pltzer Bob Reed France Scott ,lanalic Smith Nlax Snider Betty Spear Patty Stayer Patty Wa oner Jim W alker Grover We. t Joyce West I infla Youn Richard Dean Zook Missing: Ervin Balleu . B 33 +3 ' 1? 4 A , I .r - K , E751 of, L . S . . v A K . '- .J 5 Q- B bl '1 Q, 'fi S A Q .f ja iz 2 A' I J 1 's' s I I Q N ' X I A , - 2 q Q in :Q , . fl. J x ' 4 Qi K . M . x 4 , Q K R x, V l ' . wi- 'Y fi. nh: 75 L I . K 'r , J X F. vii t I5 , 1 A 3. 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A i """ Nev' -.rr Q P Maiaeb UA Q 'Q-ri eventh Grade Top row Alan Ayre Dean Beckner Dan B1 hop Cloey Carter Ellen Chapman ,loe Collin Patsy Colhn Bob Cn pen Xmta Curtl Second row Jack Draper Ronme Draper Sharon Dunham Stanley Ewan Sharon Galllen Clorla Carr: on Patty Cxnn Ann Gucluf-n Martha GUI e Third row Ned Cuyer 'Noreen Hallam Pat Hallam joe Haye Charles Helvre Larry Hu he Carroll Jervl Harry lone Terry Kelly Fourth row Tom Lang ton Cary Ylat on Ralph 'Nlaxwell Rlcky 'NIcClure Darrell Nllller Carolyn Nlocherman Fannu Nloore Wlyron Neff Kun-hne Ow lu Fifth row Ramona Pear on Dennl Robinson Bull Root Nlary Lou Schnepf 'Nlarxlyn Short Ronnlc 'alhray ,Ion Smlth ferry Snlcler .lox Spurgeon Bottom raw jxm Nturdnant Penny Thom on Niartrn Trent 'Nancy Wagaman Jlm Wann john Whipple Wzsszng Karen Burgc 'Nancy Hendrlckson Paul Yllllcr George Reed Seuenth grade otmers Dean Beckner xlCC Presldcnt Ann Cuckun Secretarylrea urer Wed Cuser fkncelmgj Presldent Wir: junn urs Lowthmr and john Hod hire Co pun 35 In ur, inn qlffk Jfiw 4' Q6 3 Q4 R 4' Y htel xl-.Q O9 Q '3 wJ YT? S-'Y AX Lxth Grade Tap row Sandra Allen Jud K y Angle James Austm Denn1s Burge elth Burge Robert Campbell Tom Clark Delores Damels Amanda Darlmg James Eller Second row Shrrley Fmney Rosalene Flora Sue Flora Marlon GlbS0n B111 Hallam Jan Harmon John Hayes Darrell Hoffman Connle Hughes Carl Humbarger Third row Jerry Humphrey Davnd Imler Leo James Sue Lov vorn James Matson Bobby Moore Carl Moore Judy Mullen dore Louann Neff Marllyn Patrxck Fourth row Tom Reed Chester Rlggle Henry Sampson Davld Schmeb Pamela Segraves Jerre Shanks Louann Skxles Judy Smder Carolyn Spear Nellme Spear B ottom row Jeff Stonebraker Donna Tlnsman Bonme Tyler Shirley Wagoner Wllllam Walker Sharon Wexland George Wetzel Fred Wheeler "I pledge allegxance to the flag of the Umted States of Amerxca "' 4' , 3 ,, M' A 4. I -' ' ' , ' 1 4 J 3 ' QL " , " JV Lk" gf V I V , 'J " 6 'If m y J J ,,r-, A , G5-f 54 Lx any ..-. wi , , ,, p M - A :A A :V V XF - A . si. 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Lak -ae Lal Fifth Grade Top row: Judy Albaugh Johnny Ayre Shirley Beneflel Phil Briggs Jeff Brim Barbara Bunch Donald Campbell Gary Carr Jerry Chaffm David Chapman Second row Judy Clmgenpeel Peggy Collins Danny Dunham Paulette Ellis Gordon Fife Sharon Finney Earl Gallien Mickey Gill Carolyn Ginn Dianna Greenwell H llam Charles Hamilton bandy Hay 'Vlcfdaw Third row Kathy Haan Dixie a drickson Wanna Howard Linda Lucas Nlark Chuck Hen John McKinley Linda Mocherman. Fourth, row: Donald Vlull Jimmy Myer- Bill Northcutt Jim Payne James Pennington Louis Pinkard Dana Randle Terry Reef David Reeve Henry Roberteon. ' Fi lh row: Sue Root Dick Skilec Bob Surface Donnie Trent Granville Tyra Janet Wagaman. Bill Wason. Bottom row: Sue Whetzel Carl Whitfield Larry Young. I Sweet Rose Missing: Ava Belle Reed. 'l Qharpener, and dusting are Erasing the board. emptying the penci - a few of the housekeeping tasks practiced daily by fifth graders. R 37 ?? 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QQ," Playing Quizmo provides fun and number practice ln the fourth grade Fourth Grade - Top row: Darlene Allen, John Angle, .lohn Austin, Karen- Baxter, Nancy Brower, Margaret Bunch, Delores Burge, Joquietta Campbell, Jean Carr, Carol Christiansen. 'ii' Second row: Stanley Clem, Roger Clingenpeel, Mike Clilvih, Dennis Cripe, Janice Cripe, John Crook, Diane Duff, Kay Eikenberry, Jimmy Fisher, Madge Fleege. Third row: Judy Gallien, Karen Garrison, Jeanne Gibson, Jimmy Guise, Janis Harmon, Kurt Harmon, LaVaun Helvie, Alan Herndon, Hoffman, Billy Hufford. Fourth row: Carol Humbarger, Jim Keyes, Libby King, Peggy 7 ratrick, Kenlyn Knopp, Max Langston, Jane Leiter, Mary Lovvorn, Betty Lucas. Tonny Matson. Fifth row: Meredith Maxwell, Jimmy McGinnis, Stuart Miller, Moore, Bradley Mullendore, Jean Myers, Terry Overholser, Patty, Marcia Pearson, Robert Perigo. Greg Kirk- .lane Ann Jane Sixth row: Junior Pinkard, Nadine Pinkard, Judy Pitts, Sue Price, Wallace Reeve, Debra Sisson, Virginia Spear, Harold Sturdivant, Charles Sylyester, Marcia Trapp. Bottom row James Tyler Christine Wagoner Bill Warntck Frank Wertz .lerry White .lane Wilson Marsha Zinn Mzssmg .lack Hendrickson 38 .rv-0 QM Qin ea. ' 140 M419 'W no 1.5-I f-N xi'Rf"' 'L iS,-ff" ,J l 5- N QUGQ Wx xmlik Third Top row Jimmy Allen Sheryl Allen David Ayres John Ayres Karen Ayres 'Vlike B1 hop Cheryl Briggs Sharon Brower Tommy Brower Joyce Calendar Second row Connie Christiansen Ruth Ann Collins Tim De Bruicker Shirley Eller Donald E111 Sandra Fife Dick Fisher Nlark Flora Sara Flora Tommy Flora Third row Sheryl Furbee Roger Gibson Glory Hall Larry H May Charlotte Helvie David Hicks John Hmkle Andy Hughes Deana Hughe Dennis Humphrey Fourth row Andy Jack on Nelda John on Steven Jordan Michael Lantz Deanna Lovxorn Deborah Mann Billy Mason Bobby Mat on Cahn Nliller Jerry 'Hiller Fifth rou. 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Aa S5643 I 'vw' 5-ff' Q' 'Rf P'-,fx CNQQ Q7 Bel A X75 .... my ,wfafx eeond Grade Top row V1Ckl Allen Davxd Bass Mark Beckner Bllly Bell Krlsten Bnm Carol Brower Patncla Burns Kathy Bucher .lackle Colhns Wlll Cooke Second row Judy Curts C ary D1.ff Donovan Flora Sherry Frye Lonme Garnson Tony Glll Ann G1Sh John Greenwell Ann Guyer Eddxe Hamllton Third row Dlane Herndon John Hess Bxlly Howard, Sandra Hughes Janet Humes Lana Hum h p rey Cynthla Jullus Lonnxe KIHZIE Terry Kmzer Dxane Knapp Fourth xorn Mellssa Lowther Bob Nlartln Joyce Matson Cheryl lVI1ller, Stuart Mllhgan, Barbara Moore, Brenda Mullendore, Gordon Mullendore Fzfth row John Myer, Wanda Owsley, Shlrley Pennington Hugh Pmkard Lmda Pmkard Ch , , arlotte Reed, ,Iemfer Reef, Cynthxa Segraves, Tony Smlth, Freddxe Spurlock row B111 Koup Sally Lov Bottom row Bonme T rent, George Trent, Brenda Wagoner, Meredxth Wagoner, Robert Wetzel, Charlene Young At the end of a busy day, second graders get thelr coats from the1r lockers in "' Q yy ' - 57 43' ,wk g A-I A 1 I A Y rag A 4' l ,iv 'J 3 me M 5' 5 'M li 3 ., 1 ' Ai "' 44 t ' " Q XT- Il Ati., K" . 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Mm mek 'CAE X -os. da 'Q :fl -uf lLJnr f Flrst Top row Jennifer Allen Patrlcra Allen Phlllxp Ayres Davld Baxter Cathy Burge Roger Burge Merechth Cable Royce Campbell Lmda Carr Vrctona Chrluck Second row Kerry Clark Davxd Collms Susan Collms Denms L da Gale Flora Drucllla Fleege Crlpe Lmda Erkenberry ln F e Larry Garrlson Kathy Graf Mlchael ry H ll Teresa Hall Kerth Thzrd row Roger C-reenwell Penny a h Harbaugh Joyce Harmon Debbre Hendrlckson Handy S aron R1cky Hester Sue Imler Joanna Keyes K nneth Krau s James Fourth row Becky Kung Stephen Kmg e Edwm Nlartm Cynthla Mxller Kevm Lucas Jackle Mann Mxlllgan xIlCh3El Nuetzel Edward Pmkard Fifth rou Cynthxa Pntts ,Iuhe Pullen Joe Redmon Lmda Reef Charlene Rleken Leanna Robison Lenard Robrson Brenda Kay Root Susan Ross Cheryl Slbray Bottom rgu, Tommy Smeg Nlarllyn Spear B111 Vlney Anna ld n Patue Welland .lack White Lee Wagoner Vaughn Wa e W l on Dana Wolf Gregory Zxnn 'Vlary ,lane 1 R d Mzssmg Gaye Hendnckson Geneva ee mall groups frrst graders learn to read Pracucmg m 4l Grade -L. ' 'H HHHW Q ' 1. rxih f f ' ' "T-Q I, 'ff- ? I f , Q, 3 1' . E 14.2 ,J-151 . , funn I1 Lflai, 1 L ,.,,f' ' X , , 2224... .I , 1 3 . E . 5 1 i si : ?1 1 4 fi g 1' 2 QQ E 1. 5 H 1: x ' Z N H 5 i 3 5 Y ? 1- i f Q . X ' ' 1 f 2 W' E , x g i Q i 2 H ' x I f ii gi Q. -n i 5 ,g If X 1 . A gl 5. 1 , A Q. Q, 2 el Zyi r M ?'l Yi ., '13 Q? 1 rig, Extracurricular Student Council Stands for School Democracy The Student Council forms the government of our school. It is made up of representatives from the high school classes, organizations, and faculty. This year the Student Council kept busy by planning convocations such as Senior Cord Day. Color Clash Day, Silence Day, and a Talent Show. Making and enforcing rules are also part of its work. These rules are to be respected and followed by the student body. The purpose of this group is to provide a means for student par- ticipation in the school government, to stimulate student activity, and to promote the general welfare of the school. Top: Dignified officers-Becky Smith, vice presidentg Richard Murray, presidentg and Pat Lyon, secretary. Bottom: Ted Garrison 'ichalks up another one" as Dick Stonebraker apprehends Steve Boller on Silence Day. Seated: M. Berkey, T. Cuyer, Murray, Mr. Rose, sponsor, E. Angle Crook. Back row: C. Berkey, B. McKinley, P. McGinnis, Stonebraker, T. Garrison, Mr. Cooke, B. Smith, M. Langston, Lyon. M. 5 , ,f 4' v 'W' T X I .. M00 - WW -'nil Front: B, McKinley. Second row: Martha Schnepf. Donita Peterson, Nleatlc-, D. Flora, M. Langston, B. Smith, R. Blocher, Jane Ann Jones, Hufford, J. Skiles. Third row: Whitfield. Northcutt, Koup. N. Eller, Watson, Crook, Parrett, Jim Draper. Randle, Burton, Mrs. Hawkins. Back row: R. Myer, G. Mullendore. T. Cuyer. Missing: Pressler. CSLS Are the Key Letters for Honor Society One of the greatest honors that can come to any high school student is being elected into the National Honor Society. Selection of members is based not only on scholarship but on the qualities of character, leadership. and service to school and community. December 3, l956. seven new members were initiated into this chapter. Expenses throughout the year were paid with profits from the sale of home-made candy at various P-TA meetings. One of the first things to be noticed on enter- ing the school building at the front door is the case of glittering trophies which the chapter polished. This was one of the projects of the Honor Society for the improvement of the school this year. Top: Officers. Brenda McKinley, president: Sally Watson, secretaryg .lane ADH Jones, treasurerg and Gary Nlullendore. vice president, help to polish trophies. BOUGHT? Bfwda MCKiDlf'!'. Pat Meade, and Marcia Langston discuss the sale of home-made candy at a P-TA meeting. 45 Hi-Y Serves in Various Ways mi . x ln 1928. forty ardent. enthusiastic high school boys with the aid of C. R. Young. principal. organized the Flora Hi-Y Club. The purpose of this group is 'ito create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high stand- ards of Christian character." At Commencement. a ring is awarded to the senior boy who has been of the most service to the Hi-Y organization during his membership. The Hi-Y boys try hard to place before the students their slogan: Clean livingl Clean sports! Clean speech! Clean scholarship! Top: Hi-Y officers, Ronald Myer, chaplain, Terry Guyer, song leader, Ted Garrison, sergeant-at-armsg Cary Mullendore, vice president, Richard Murray, president, Gary McClure, secretary, and Ned Parrett, treasurer, inspect their board of award winners. Bottom: State Archery Champion, Morris Craig, accompanied by Lynn An- derson, District Conservation Officer, provides a program for Hi-Y. Front row: Hoffman, M. Snider, F. Miller, D. Craft, Patrick, D. Zook, Whitfield, C. Dunham. Thompson. Second row: B. Young, .lim Draper, J. Pitzer, R. Myer, R. Beckner, G. Skiles, G. Clingenpeel, Calhoun, Sines, Esserman, C. McClure. Third row: H. Craft, Dean Peterson, R. Fife, T. Guyer, G. Haan, E. Zook, C. Jenkins, F. Jones, M. Young, Kenneth Flora, M. Blocher, D. Clingen- peel, Mr. Cooke. Fourth row: C. Oyler, L. Craft, Driggs, E. Angle, C. Wagoner, Rodney Lee Flora, R. Evans, J. Burns, Parrett, J. Jenkins, M. Berkey, K. Wilson. Back row: Murray, Darling, H. Neff, D. Stonebraker, G. Mullendore, C. Eikenberry, T. Garrison, Johnson, Wilcox. S. Collins, F. Collins, Brower, Wiles. Missing: H. Collins. Yilm. X,-NLR X.. 1 ,D.,:LnK.,-qigiaiffz 1 -La in K Ar C Y - -Y -- - --1 . 'YA' 'v'-4 "I 11 tr ' ' if , E it X Q 4 I Z i' Q if T 1 -L1 ic., 'lr J 1 YT f- as 's. Front row: BI. Crook. L. Young. J. Skiles. J. Stayer, Ryan. Christiansen. Mohler. Reniek. Hall, Jerilyn jones. L. Heffner, B. Chapman, S. Chapman. Martha Sehnepf. Janalie Smith. Second row: C. Maxwell. R. Bloeher, Northcutt. ,lane Ann Jones. Spear. D. Flora. C. lierkey, Donita Peterson. M. Sturdivant, Xl. Langston. Meade. Adams. C. Miller, C. Briggs. Sanders. Cook. Mrs. Murphy. Third row: N. Eller. ,Io Ellen Hicks. C. Moore. C. Ensingzer. l. Young. L. Hollis. Scott. Ferguson. J. West. Randle. A. Hclvie. Kr-rlin. Sim- mons. B. Nlocherman. P. Wagoner. P. Stayer. B. McKinley. Barbara Pritts. Pressler. P. McGinnis. Cassell. l. Carrison. Beverly Pritts. Sweet. Launa Carte-r. Hufford. jenny Flora. Karen Flora. C. Garrison. H. Landes. .1Ii.ssing.' N. Garrison. NI. Bishop. Sunshine Brightens the Your for Evervone lnformal and formal initiations are the first two experienres of girls seeking: membership in the Sunshine Som-iety. This year the informal initiation was a combined potluok supper and danre. This was an experiment which proved to he a suceess and prolmahly will hecome an annual affair. One of the most heautiful sc-hool Ceremonies is the impressive formal initiation. Nloney-making projects of the Sunshiners invlude the selling of Christmas cards as well as the sale of oandy throughout the school year. Because of more effit-ient operation. the voncession stand yielded more profits to aid in the Charitable work of the organization. Instead of haxing a Christmas exchange. the girls donated 555.50 to the Kiley Hospital fund. their state projevt. Top: Thr- Funshim- offirr-rs. l'at NIL-Cinnis. secretary: Still? Watson. 3-513111 trv'asUff'l'1 lle'w'rlr'y xlowllr-rnlan, in-asurvri Ile-why Flllllll. X141- pre-siflr-nt. and Nlary Jam- Crook, pre--id'-tit: appear ple-asf-tl with the yt-ar's work. I Bottom: Mary jane- Crook. presidvm. and Xlrs, Nlurphy. sponsor. th-- play Christmas gifts pn-se-nt.-tl In tht-m hy the Sunshine Fofiely. 47 me Baci: row: Lyon. li. Ensinger. Burton. Koup. Landis. Watson. B. Smith. Junior-Y Is Organized for Junior High Boys Notice, please! Junior-Y is a new organization composed of seventh and eighth grade boys. This male group is sponsored hy B. K. Rose. principal. Because of a need for an organization for younger boys. Junior-Y was formed. This or- ganization helps a boy to know 'what is expected of him when he enters Hi-Y. lt teaches him to take his place in the community. to help others. and to assume responsibilities. lt is the desire of Junior-Y to help young men become better citizens. Top: Junior-Y officers, Wayne Beckner, president, Jon Smith, vice presidentg and Stewart DeBru1cker, secretary-treasurer, are climbing toward Hi-Y. Bottgm: Junior-Y boys with their sponsor, Mr. Rose, return from a tour through a local in ustiy. Front row: Carroll Jervis, R. Draper, R. Maxwell, Jackie Draper, Kelly, Jerry Tignor, McCain, D. Beckner, N. Cuyer, S. Greenwell. Second row: Looker, D. Miller, H. Jones, Crispen, Matson, T. Langston, R. McClure, Root, Joe Collins, Ayres, S. Evans. Third row: King, J. Sturdivant, P, Miller, M. Neff, Trent, Joe Hayes, T. Snider, C. Helvie, Sibray, Groninger, Mr. Rose. Fourth row: Boller, Jerry Hicks, T. West, Kemmerer, Jon Smith H. Miller, Kinzie, Whipple, Wason, R. Heffner, M. Jervis, Gish. Back row: D. Bishop, Hood, Lehman, DeBruicker, J. McKinley, W. Beckner, J. Helvie, Robertson, Spurgeon, D. Allen P. Hallam C. Snider, Hughes, Lucas. .4 e e 1355. A .. N UP' A ff. 1 fl 'WO S 'frm Each Issue of School Daze ls Eagerly Awaited Periodically the commercial room is a scene of extraordinary activity. This confusion indicates that another issue of School Daze is under way. This neat little paper is full of news. sports, humor, mystery, and romance. School Daze has been in con- tinuous publication since 1938. During American Education Week, all issues of School Daze, as well as Flora yearbooks, were on display in Cripe's Department Store window. This showed the public the results of twenty years of hard work. School Daze has collected seventeen first-place and superioi ratings from various national scholastic press associations. Top: Beverley Mocherman, Joyce Slayer, and Runella Blocher paste silver stars on the Christmas cover of School Daze. Bottom: All School Daze issues are included in the publications exhibit during American Education Week. Front row: ,lane Ann jones. associate editorg Joyce Burton and Donita Peterson, co-editors. Second row: .lanalie Smith, Northcutt, G. Moore, Randle, Meade, Bar- bara Pritts, Koup, B. Mocherman, R. Blocher, J. Skiles. .l. Stayer, Renick. Back row: N. Eller, Hall, D. Flora, E. Zook, M. Berkey, B. Young, Glass, T. Garrison, Parrett, E. Angle, J. Burns, C. Wagoner, Whit- field, Simmons, Miss Metzger. Missing: Sines, N. Garrison, Pressler. l . stiff H' ltfiiggsf V ' 5 . s' ' ,A 'l 8 W wt 1 7 Front row: Mary Jane Crook and Brenda McKinley, co-editorsg Becky Smith, associate editor. Second row: Martha Schnepf, Lyon, C. Briggs, Ryan, Landis, Watson P. McGinnis, Cassell, M. Sturdivant, M. Langston, Sanders, Cook. Back row: Miss Metzger, Kerlin, Dean Peterson, Jim Draper, J. Jenkins Ig.lhNeff, G. Mullendore, Murray, Brower, Wiles, G. McClure, Fife a oun. Missing: M. Bishop. Florian F eutures F nets From F. H. S Much discussion. decision. and planning. as well as endless hours of hard work. formulate the 1957 Florian. The quality of the finished product depends upon the efficiency with which these things are carried out. For two consecutive years the Florian has received a first-place rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association of Columbia Lniversity. The staff is very proud of this achievement. Free basketball tickets to the Brookston and Logansport Tourneys were given to the lucky persons who had purchased Florians during the first three days of the sales campaign. Mountains of pictures and reams of corrected articles were finally pushed aside when the final copy deadline arrived. The jubilant editors reclaimed the freedom of their lost noon hours. It is the hope of the annual staff that these laborious hours have not been spent in vain. Top: Florian editors, Mary Jane Crook, Becky Smith, and Brenda McKinley, need lots of food for inspiration. Bottom: Smith poses Smith for individual pictures. 5I I"-V 'GWitl1 fl Song' in Our Hearts . .M Heavenly voices are heard throughout the halls of F.l'l.S. every Friday morning as the high school chorus meets. The main events of the vear were the Christmas and Spring Con- certs at which the chorus displayed commendable results from long hours of practice. The chorus also lent its well- blended voices for many community functions. New and difficult arrangements were purchased which proved to be quite a challenge to the chorus. This placed a particular emphasis on concentration and hard work from each member in order to produce pleasing harmony. Participation in the County Spring Festival again proved to be an interesting experience. Top: Dawn Flora has been chorus accompanist for four years. Bottom: Altitude improves visibility as John Hodshire directs the choir Front row: Cook, Ryan, C. Miller, Renick, Janalie Smith, J. Stayer, Mohler, Christiansen, C. Briggs. Sanders, Martha Schnepf, B. Chap- man, S. Chapman, P. Stayer. Second row: B. Smith, D. Flora, N. Eller, Northcutt, L. Young, Spear, Adams. Hufford. R. Blocher. Jerilyn Jones, L. Heffner, Hall, Meade, Jenny Flora. Simmons, BI. Langston, B. BIcKinley, B. Mochemian, P. Wagoner. Third row: Lyon, Burton, Watson, P. McGinnis, Cassell, S. Landis, Koup, Randle, A. Helvie, E. Zook. D. Clingenpeel, Thompson, Sines, M. Berkey, Karen Flora, Jane Ann Jones, Mr. Hodshire. Back row: Calhoun, B. Burns, B. Beckner, Driggs, T. Guyer, Esserman, Johnson, C. Eikenberry, R. Evans, R. Myer, G. Clingenpeel, F. Jones, Kenneth Flora, G. McClure, Graf, M. Blocher. Missing: N. Garrison, Pressler, M. Bishop. 4 1 1- , "'-' -' ,W - an A - Y-Q. wi I4 iii J KJ Fi i . , , ,! v J , H in '1-471 a , ,,, 99 GP ,At " ' af tt Qi .tr A'-'A Q 3 Q v t 9 f- .,.5. ,, I -2113437 t -:ffm . ,fl Front rou, Boller King Root 'I' Snider Redmon Meade WI Eller ill J Flora fuckien W Bri Nia Lou Schnc if E-3 VY l Second rom Simmon Landi Cinn C Nlulltndore Nl Burn J Stayer Blue 'X Helue Wacmn Lripmn li Langton D Miller ,lerilyn lone P Slayer Bacli rou Nlr Hod hire NI Snider l' ,lone G Llingenpeel Drigg Nlurphw R Nlyer J Helwie braf Campbell Thomp on C Helvie Music, Maestro, If You Please The band ie a trim group of which all Flora Qhoulfl be proud As well a being a terrific marching unit lt is aleo an abcom pliaherl concert hanfl The zlirector John Hodshire a cl terminefl little man of mat clrei and a flat top Perfection his motto ln three eau le some 'Nlr Hoclehlre IS able to ta e th'rty-six hand memlu r. anrl :pell out in snappy formations any letter f the alphabet. The lmancl also originated other en- tertainmf nt for their Show between halves of home backetball games. Four majorettf: ancl a clrum majorette leafl the band. Top: Bill Calhoun and Nlartha Schnepf. ft-nior-. turn in their uniforms to BonnieeRe-nick at the end of the year. Bollom: An informal jam sesfion takw place before band practice. Blue Ribbon Club Looks Forward to County' Fair The Boys' 4-H Club has received many' awards through the years. Many of the county fair trophies and championship awards are won by members belonging to the Monroe Town- ship Blue Ribbon Club. ln the organization. the members are taught that the award does not take precedence over the eX- perience and knowledge gained from the project. A variety' of tours are taken by' members enrolled in this club. These tours give additional knowledge to new members as well as to the Older. experienced members. A 4-Hler must learn the creed and attempt to live by' it. He learns the latest methods in farming. animal husbandry. and other projects offered in the 4-H program. Top: Blue Ribbon Club officers, Bill Calhoun. vice presidentg Carl Dean Oyler, secretaryg Cullan Eikenberry, reporterg Bob Jolmson. treasurerg Don Craft, health and safety leaderg Harold Craft. presidentg Herman Neff, recreation leaderg Ronald Myer. song leader, admire their ribbons. Bottom: Bob Johnson. a junior leader. assists Carroll Jervis in filling out his record book. Front row: D. Beckner. Max Langston. J. Eller. G. Fife. John Hayes. J. Myer. Clarence Jervis. M. Jervis. Second row: Mary Lou Schnepf. Penny Thomson. Martha Schnepf, Meade. Marcia Langston. K. Haan. J. Snider. L. Neff. Austin, H. Jones. D. Miller. Q. Thirrl row: J, Crook. M. Neff. T. Langston. C. Snider. Joe Hayes. VV. Beckner. H. Craft. Calhoun. F. Jones. R. Beckner. Mr. Mcllaughey. Back row: Thompson, E. Angle. C. Oyler. R. Myer. H. Neff. C. Pfikena berry, Johnson. L. Craft. D. Craft. G. Haan. C. Clingenpeel. 1 K l Q 1 t 5 . ogef? x . f G 0 Front row: Leiter, Jean Myer, Cheryl Briggs, L. Mocherman, D. Green well, Christine Wagoner, Trapp, M. Bunch, L. Helvie, B. Bunch, A Moore, L. Lucas, Gibson, J. Wagaman. Gill. Serond row: K. Eikenherry. D, Allen, Pamela Thomson, J. Cripc, King C. Ginn, Pitts, Patty, Humbarger, J. Campbell, Zinn, S. Allen, Third row: J. Angle, Penny Thomson, S. Dunham, Segraves, Tinsman Duff. K. Garrison, Knapp, Fleegee, Harmon, K. Haan, Baxter, A. Smith M. Pearson. Sisson, J. Wilson, J. Clingenpeel, Mrs. Lowther. Fourth row: Dickerson, M. Eller, M. Burns, Martha Schnepf, Meade, J Stayer, Janalie Smith, Ryan, R. Pearson, Adams, Redmon, N. Wagaman Connie Briggs, L. Neff. D. Frazee, K. Young, A. Frazee, Jill Flora M. Craft, P. Ginn. Back row: Mary Lou Schnepf, N. Hallam, Marcia Langston, B. McKinley Guckien. D. Hallam, Jane Ann Jones, S. Chapman, Koup, P. McGinnis? Watson. S. Landis, A, Flora, H. McGinnis, Blue, B. Craft, J. Snider. Happy-Go-Lucky Club Achieves Honor Rating' The eighty-four members in the Happy-Go-Lucky 4-H Club this year mark the highest enrollment ever attained. The goal of each 4-H member is expressed in their motto. "To Make the Best Betterf' Each year the group works to achieve the "Honor Club" rating. This award is based on 8091 of the membership attending each meeting and completion of their projects by Uflfj of the members. The main social event of the year is the combined party of the Blue Ribbon and Happy- Go-Lucky 4-H Clubs. The groups alternate as hosts for this occasion. All eight officers attend a training school. and junior leaders are appointed to assist the younger members. Many trips and awards may be earned in the 4-H program. Top: Happy-Go-Lucky 4-H officers: Martha Schnt-pf. recreation lcaderg Pat McGinnis. song leader: Connie Briggs. secretary, Jane Ann Jones, reporter, Marcia Langston. treasurer, Brenda McKinley. vice presidentg Sonia Landis. health and safety leader, Pat Meade, president. Bottom: Mrs, Lowther and Martha Schncpf decorate the tree for the 4-H Christmas party. 1 1 Future Farmers Enter Many Contests The main objective of the F.F.A. organization is to help boys of high school age become better farmers. This national organization has a strong foundation which is based on the unification of many high ideals. Members of the Future Farmers of America must have the qualities of leadership. sportsmanship, scholarship. citizenship, and patriotism. Of- ficers are elected annually and meetings are held regularly throughout the school year. Many opportunities are provided for F.F.A. members, such as judging and demonstration con- tests. Besides developing better farming techniques, the mem- bers learn to solve their own problems, finance their opera- tions, and assume civic responsibility. Top: F.F.A. officers: Bill Calhoun, reporter, Merlin Berkey, secretaryg Ted Garrison, sentinelg Ned Parrett, treasurerg Eddie Angle, vice presi- dentg and Harold Craft, president. Bottom: This quartet, composed of Merlin Berkey, Cullan Eikenberry, Bob Johnson, and Bill Calhoun, competed in the F.F.A. vocal contest at Anderson. Front row.' Calhoun, H. Craft, Thompson. NI. Jervis, C. Clingenpeel, G. Haan, F. Jones, Fouts, G. Skiles. Second row: Kenneth Flora, R. Beckner. D. Craft, C. Oyler, L. Craft, E. Angle, K. Wilson, M. Young, NI. Berkey, Mr. McCaughey. Back row: R. Myer, Stonebraker, H. Neff. C. Eikenberry, T. Garrison, Johnson, Rodney Lee Flora. Lantz, Parrett. J. Burns. s E 5 E L if S . i The juniors present The Little Dog Laughed direrled by HRS. EFFIE DOULLAS 'N'-s 'Mu- X, .fy Top rou, 1 On the sxdewalk ln front of the Huntington home a pa er by and her httle INancy Eller and Harold Whrtfreldt eollrde with a man lliob John on? who 1 walkmg hr d g All are awed at the anne ef lln peeullar family 2 The new boy 4Kexth Wilson? de lnere the mornmg paper at the front doer 'S Determmed to find thelr Energy Peak Nl Cutaweeky the mard Nlr Huntmgton and Wally the Huntmgton 16ye-arold son llane afternoon tea nn honor of Laurte Huntmgton a ophe more home from State Lnner tty everal frlend of Nlr Huntmgton 1Walola Jeanette Sklle Amelia Joyce Slayer Theree Runella Blocber Carolme Pat Lyon and I race Barbara Prnt l peculate about the famllre fmance Wzddle u, l I plte of the competrtlon between thelr father ,loan Wood 'Judy 'Northcuttt and Wally flnd tlme- for romance- 2 Proving ner theory that the more blood ln hl bram the more Intellectual he will be Laurte lliecky Smttht pm ber httle brother to the floor 3 Vexed at the llttle boy curlo tty Wlr Huntmgton tbary Ylullendorei eontlnue to take bl tempera ture with an outdoor therme meter 4 ln a controver w over bu me affalr Ted Wood 'Harold Collin P and Ur Huntmgton haxe a palnt bru h battle ottom r u 1 To avenge Laurie for her p yLl'1olo1Lal anals e- and l k Blot fel e Huntmgton famrly embarra e her and her date with their Purge Polka 2 bu proudly mtroducea ber Honey Horatxo P Honeywell bird fancxer 'Rodney Lee Flora: t he famrly 3 NI Lllllan Wood 4Sb1rley Randle? and Ylartha laugh ower thelr fool: h feud 4 Nlark Bradford l'Ned Parrettt embracmg Laune fmd hl Energy Peak a all end well ln the Huntington bou eholel 57 WW I, ., .+. -, f e un' V 6, va I x E 4? . . , , l -f' V f e e 1 ' 4 4 A 5 lx! f ' d Q If I . ' ' , ss - ' son ' ' ' ' ' s 's ' ' E 0 . . ' ' ' 'S 1 'H ' ' ' '. . ' S 4' .' ' ,- " . ' - 1. .. - ' e ' ' S, A iss l S 'N . ' . . S. ' . , ' 'S ' ' Ann Jones, Sall Watson. and Merlin Berke- P. uae an thermometers available. 4. At the Y Y h - ' " ' . 5 1 ' ' S . 5 ' 5 . S. ' - - . ' -s. ' 3 f . S - . ' - . Q - ' S 5 ' ' 5' ' 5. . ' ro ': , n s ' ' ' ' ' s, ' .l s S . , . ' s P - " t . . ' 5' as ' S. v ' s . . ' " ' - 5 . B 0'.' . '- " ' 5" g" "bs "n ' fs." th ' '. . . rs. ' ' ' ' . ' -' '5 . , . . . . Q . . . S S y' 5 5 ' ' 5 . Booster Club Backs the Badgers The Flora Booster Club is a group which helps to give en- couragement to our basketball teams. Sportsmanship is the first ideal which this organization upholds. Next comes the willingness to cooperate with Booster Club officers and cheer- leaders in order to have a neat and trim group. Dressed in white blouses and shirts. this year the Booster Club donned white gloves which gave them quite a dashing appearance. With encouraging chants and steadfast loyalty, the cheering block set the pace for the rest of the student body in support- ing the team. Top: Booster Club officers, Mike Sines, vice president, Deanna Pressler, president, and Judy Northcutt. secretary-treasurer, fear they will be the only ones to ride the bus as the hour grows late. Bottom: "Angle, Angle. he's our manl If he can't do it, Johnson canl Johnson, Johnson . . ." is chanted by the Booster Club as they follow the names on the new Badger board made by Coach De- Bruicker. Front row: M. Langston, N. Hallam, Cook, Sanders, Ayres, S. Evans, C. Briggs, Cassell. Lyon, B. McKinley, Hall. N. Cuyer. W. Beckner. J. Collins. Janalie Smith. Second row: Jerilyn Jones, M. Crook, D. Flora. Meade, Donita Peterson, M. Sturdivant, Fife, B. Mocherman, Burton, Jon Smith, Matson, J. Lucas, R. McClure. Sines, H. McGinnis. Third row: L. Heffner, P. Collins, Cuise, Simmons, Randle, N. Eller, C. Berkey, .lane Ann Jones, Watson, Northcutt, Berkey, B. Smith, P. Flora, R. Evans, D. Frazee. Fourth row: Renick, S. Dunham, N. Wagaman, Short, Kerlin, Ryan, P, McGinnis, Koup, Whitfield. Wiles, H. Craft, Joe Hayes, G. Mc- Clure, J. Wilson, Groninger. Fifth row: Martha Schnepf, K. Young, Penny Thomson, DeBruicker, H. Jones, R. Sibray, C. Miller, Karen Flora, R. Beckner, B. Burns, F. Jones, Calhoun, Dean Peterson, A. Frazee, Mohler. Back row: Kinzer, Mills, A. Flora, P. Wagoner, Adams, D. Bishop, Murray, Hufford, C. Snider, Hood, Allen, W. Beckner, R. Heffner. Missing: N. Garrison, Pressler, M. Bishop, H. Collins. mv: .-" s.Q,a:f. AN 1 Z R'R'Yl mmm S3 w Varsity cheerleaders: Connie Briggs, Brenda McKinley. Sandra Cassell. and Pat Lyon. Cllevrlvzulvrs and Mujoreltes Are F euturml at Games Blajorc-ties: Kneeling: Bonnie Rvnick and Ceflwle- Sand:-rf. Standing: Juanita Hall, Martha Schnr-pf. Sharon Cook. F. H. S. Competes in Cross-Country' Cross-country was introduced at Flora for the first time this year. Considering the lack of experience. the boys did re- markably well. The team participated in three contests. At the Hoosier Conference Nleet. the Flora team as a whole placed third. This is a very good record for the first year. ln future years. they hope to have more boys participating and an even better record. lLow score is the winnerl Delphi Invitational Knox , , 28 Logansport 67 Frankfort 85 Delphi . 100 Flora 131 Hoosier Conference Attica 34 Delphi . 72 Flora 75 Winamac 80 Sheridan 86 Top: Ned Parrett proudly received his Hoosier Conf:-rx-nce Cross-Country me-dal from Mr. DeBruicker. Bottom: Cross-country requires a boy to kc-ep in top physical condition as demonstrated by Eddie Angle. Front row: Driggs. M. Snider, NI. Hoffman. ll. Blocher. F. Miller. Parrett. Back row: E. Angle. Johnson, Mr. Pitts. Eikenherry. C. Oyh-r, X Junior High Baseball Team Has Perfect Season The junior high baseball team had a very outstanding season. and the record attained by the little Badgers is a commendable one. They were victorious in all three of the games they played. With a considerable number of boys participating, they had a lot of outstanding players on the field. They hope to defend their record of no losses this coming season and develop into an even better team for later years. Flora Opponent 21 Camden , , ,,,,,,,,,,,, , 4 10 Cutler ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,A 3 15 Camden . ,,,, i,,,,, 4 Top: Stewart DeBruicker and Dick Allen take a few practice swings. Bottom: New scoreboards were erected at the hall diamond this year. Front row: Boller, .Ayres, ,Ioe Collins, T. Langston, H. Jones, Root, R. McClure, D. Beckner, D. Miller. Second row: Mr. DeBruicker, Wason, Hughes, King, T. Snider, Clarence Jervis, S. Greenwell, Matson, Looker. Back row: J. Helvie, S. Evans, N. Guyer, Sibray, Hood, C. Snider, W. Beckner, DeBruicker, D. Allen, R. Heffner. Fifth and Sixth Graders Begin 4 Basketball Careers Coach Don Taylor has done a swell job with his fifth and sixth graders this year. The team was a determined group of boys who had that old fighting spirit. They concluded the year with a fine record. Producing a team of poise and confidence for future years is very important. Flora Opponent HAH Team 19 Camden ,,,,....,......,......,, H ,VVV 17 8 Deer Creek ,,,,..i., ,.Y. ,f,--,- 6 19 Burlington . 24 8 Delphi ,,,,,, ,,,,--- 6 34- Burlington ,..,. . ,...YY . 24 36 Camden ,,,, ,,.,, . . ,,.. 31 "B" Team 15 Camden .,,.,,, . . ,,,, .. . . 20 9 Burlington , . .. . 20 4 Delphi ,,,,,,, .. 3 16 Burlington ,,,,, .. 17 10 Camden . ,, .. 28 Fifth and Sixth Grade Cheerleaders-Top to bottom: Paulette Ellis, Kathy Haan, Judy Angle, Sue Flora. Front row: P. Briggs, D. Campbell, Hendrickson, W. Reeve, D. Hoffman, C. Moore, Reef, Wetzel Humphries, Surface, D. Skiles, Chaffin. Second row: J. Matson, J. Eller, Riggle, W. Walker, Wheeler, K. Burge, James, Clark, Pinkard Payne, Mr. Taylor. Back row: B. Northcutt, D. Reeve, Hamilton, J. Myer, J. Stonebraker, T. Reed, John Hayes J. McKinley, J. Pennington, D. Dunham, Larry Young. Freshmen Show Enthusiasm for Basketball The freshman team this year were not very fortunate in the won and lost columng but with Mr. DeBruicker's advice they received a lot of valuable experience. The team probably would have had a better season, but some of them played freshman and "Bw team ball as well. Drawing a tough foe in the tourney at Logansport, they were defeated by Monticello in the first round in the after- noon. The freshmen hope to be able to help the "Bw team next year. in... Flora Opponffm 23 Rossville H ..,,,,,... ,,,-,,---f-ffff 2 5 32 Camden Y,,,.YV,,,. V ,,,,-,,,,,,VVVVf ,,-fffff 43 40 Camden ., ,YYVV f..,,, V - ,,.,,,, 41 Logansport Tourney 31 Monticello ..,,.,,.,, H ,,,, ,,,, . . H 43 36 Cutler H , ,,,...,,,, H 49 25 Frankfort ,Y.Y,.. y 27 F Jones, Front row M Snider G Clmgenpeel Mr DeBru1cker F Jones F Miller Back row ,I Walker S Collins Fouts G Pitzer G Haan J Allen Student Manager TH" D 1' Lorraine Heffner. eam Cheerleaders: Jerilyn Varsity Fights Through a Rough Season The Flora Badgers have been through a very rugged season. This year Coach Frank DeBruicker was faced with the problem of rebuilding a varsity team composed chiefly of inexperienced players. An unusual feature of this year's varsity was the regular appearance of five sophomores on the squad. All the boys have worked hard to make the best possible record. Although the Badgers did not have an outstanding season. they should be congratulated for their un- tiring efforts. In the Brookston and Logansport tourneys, Flora's opponents proved to be too tough. However. Flora did walk off with both consolation games. With the experience gained this season, the ball club should be stronger and more succesful in the future. Flora Opponent 62 Camden .. ,,f.,Y. -. 60 66 4Rossville ....... . W 74 63 Royal Center .... ..f,,,,f 8 3 67 Western ,...... , . 58 61 'West Lafayette , ,. ,.,,,, , 72 64- Burnettsville H ....,.,. ,.,,., ...... . ..... . 5 8 93 Eastern ,.,. H ,. .,,,,,, .. 42 Broolfston Tourney 63 "'i'Brookston ,,,,,,,i,,,,,,, ,, ,. ,,,,,,,, ,..,., , , 65 57 Fowler ,,,, ,.,..,,.....,.,t.,,,,,, , ., ...,.. .. 40 Logansport Tourney 51 Monticello ..............,,,,,,,,..,,,.,.., ........ 5 8 66 Delphi ., ,,,,,,,, .,,, 4-9 70 'Attica .,,,.,. ,.,,.... 6 7 72 'Winamac .,.. ......... 8 0 75 Rochester . ,.,. ....,,... 7 8 66 'Delphi ,,.,..........,. .,....,,. 5 7 72 Southwestern .,.,... ......, . 64- 47 'Sheridan .,,,,.,. ....... , . 61 55 Northwestern ,......,.., ..... . N 65 56 Brookston .,i.........,,...,,,,,,,,,.. .....,,.. 6 1 55 Thorntown .,,........,.... . ,.......,., ,....,... 6 8 Sectional Tourney 57 Northwestern ,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,...,, ,....,,,. 6 4- 'Conference games """D0uble overtime Left: Flora defeats Camden in the first game of the year. Right: Ted Garrison shoots a hook shot in the Sheridan game. fi ' Q in , , -. M VA I ,, , W Q4 ,-- , ?r VL 1 ' L 5f 4 20' S x fwsmf ! gk-,Z iz X Z o 1 I if 'nr Qi! , fr ' J , wg, M ,My 'ani iff' ai B 5 , I rr! I ' I ' . I vA,,5,,- I ? D mu? Q. -K -gg i If, 'Q I E Z Whaf an appehfel Rldlng Oh Cl0l-ld nlhe Or perhaps Bob ,S flllmg 5 felephone Order wnll seem second ra+e affer your cas has been of excellenl' bargaans from Servlced Fil' DUNKIN S FOOD MARKET HUMPHREY SHELL SERVICE 49 S Ceni-er Phone 295 I5 E Columbia Phone 283 Bob Garruson Duck Sfonebralcer Flowers ls 'I'l'ns a new Case? Fl owen Yes. 1+ ls, and you can gem' yours a+ Flowers for all occasnons af HUMES 8: MUMMERT VAN DOORN'S GREENHOUSE Flora Phone 25I Mr. Van Doorn i I6 E. Columbia Plwne 30 Ginny Koup, Cullan Eikenberry 1 l A Y 1 ae r F, I we U CARTER FUNERAL HOME 2SC+ Ml: SMITH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY B fB+ 92 BlryS MAMIE KENNEDY NURSING HOME 40 S +hC I' FLORA INDIANA B I' WsI1es WILBUR LANE ATTORNEY d BISHOP and BISHOP Y FLORA INDIANA 9 J R McLAUGHLIN D A GARRISON GRAIN COMPANY Dealer ln Gram Nlfrafe Pofash and Ferhllzer On Flora-Bringhursi' Road Phone I30 Long Disiance Phone 90 Ted Garrison cusrom BANK Hxrumss TA KITCHEN CABINETS ZINN MANUFACTURING, INC. Flora, Indiana Ph ne 377 GLEN SIXBEY LEROY REAM ES if FORMICA FLORA SAWMILL CO SYLVANIA W HOTPOINT APPLIANCES TAPPAN APPLIANCES J ANNE 9 DR C N WILSON DRESS SHOP Deni' 1' STATE FARM INSURANCE YI COMPANIES msg? yp FAI e Monms w CLEM '-xi PI1 n 806 L I ., Free Plans and Es imafes Phone 37 Flora, Indiana -I Con rafulaiions, Seniors! 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