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In l957 Mlke Todd captured the lmaglnatuon of the Amerucan publuc
wlth his award wrnnrng motnon plcture Around the World nn 80 Days
A few months later Sputnnk l demonstrated the fallacy In thus tutle by
completmg nts orbrt every 96 minutes However to students of Flora Hugh
School thelr world revolves an a cycle nlne months long
For many underclassmen this nlne month school year seems an
eternuty as they dream of thenr carefree summer vacatuon days But for
some strange reason most seniors fund the days whtzzung by as theur
lt as the purpose of the Floruan staff to revnve memorles of the 1957 58
school year whale you follow the adventures of Bully Badger our candndate
for the typlcal F H S Joe
And now lean back relax and Imagine yourself accompanylng Bully
on a trap
Edltor ReBecca Smuth
Associate Editors Sally Watson Pat McGunnus
Business Manager Beverly Hufford
Adviser Lots Metzger
Business Adviser Kenneth Cooke
Literary Joyce Stayer Jernlyn Jones Fred Jones
Sports Gary Mullendore Herman Neff Gaylord Haan
Advertising Don Drlggs Sandra Cassell Bob Johnson Lorraine
Heffner Sara Adams Harold Whrtfueld Jerry Burns Rodney Lee
Flora Carole Ryan
Photographers Joyce Kerlsn Ronald Myer Mlke Murphy
Circulation Fred Collnns Kenneth Flora Sharon Cook Blame Burns
Bob Graf Patty Stayer Frances Scott Jerry Enslnger
ldentlfrcatrons Shlrley Randle Sue Landus
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"We love The halls of ivy
ThaT surround Us here today,
And we will no? forgel Them
Though we be far, far awayf
Entrance and Tower
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Flora Community Buildin
Richard Evans got official advice from Principal Rose
on his yearly schedule.
Finding his l k
oc er before his parlner
arrived Fred Mill I
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or anovher year,
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rooms on the first day of SCHOOV 9 o their
nia Lndis chalked up anothe e PCM
esided av Ile eie'i C 51
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became FHA s second Mrs Baker
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O mal I 1laTtOVt tn the Cbrnstran Churc slze of the frght tn the dog
Steve Boller encounters sales resustartce as dhe C
fronts Mr Cooke wrtlrw some ot the band can y
Zanette Sknles momrng task of dwecknng
a sentees was made more dff I h
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Snow Queen at tHe Nest Lafayette ball game
V f 3, the Fto tan drafftft and was escorted by the freshman dass pres:
dent yne Beckner
ere the tacky Ntnners
e new Ib
browstng through the new bllcgigan entoyed
S Laura Baker th
na wuth the" PO"'a'S
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H? Sun Grade chnldren admured the Sunshtne HnY Chnstmas
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at the Brethren h res! ree n
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iient Rebecca Smith
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f deep concemra1vOV'
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FEBR L QXRY
The Logansport Press feawred Sally Watson as
Hugh Schools selectlon for February Calendar
POSY must have com
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Cooke ,his Mme' P W'l1 a new excuse for M,-
e and Hoffman scanned The schedules fg h
noon hour grade baskefball games e
Rnchard Evans and Wayne Esserman cleposrted
contrrbnron 10 The Polao Fund ln hope of defeallng
the Sunshme grrls rn rherr annual polro contesf
la comrnmee reyrewed Washng no mme Ron,-he Bmwe I d
To compete wnh 1he lates! on Broadway the senror p y
down the starrs at the L-,egmnmg of me
stacks of play catalogs
II new mrd1erm vacatlon
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Late hours 'TJ necessi
Jdkf' Darling awd Herb Campboil,
Gee I wonder of IH ever g
rated noon-hour smdy halis fo
fm Q ' , The PTA
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' 7' r ' wa e , e new book
A .- 4 ,M S Csrnhlrshed in The S ?O The Grade Hb, I
N Outer office, aw Wrnch
et 10 rrade my b
ke for a new car
Mrs Douglas needed BMW Badge' apo
as hoi rod VO help he' 'me he FOO 5
papem lunch trckets and mor1eY CK
Vern' wdrr WWC! ,I Y'
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Much "horse pa," ccurrrcd wi 'VE QW' UUA
'3 Lawn Com
mg me vwocm hog,
Sprtng vacatuon and Brower takes off agatnl C P1001 Daze nd Scholastvc R
ommercnal students each gradm Oto are dustrrbuted by
Ram ram go away Lvrtle chnldren want to
Joe Hendrux and Leon McGaughey are hostesses pay
one of the teachers weekly Coffee Hours
W ik d ft Ch M B H H
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and hrs Comets was the bug questton hat confronted
thus rumor prom committee I3
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members of me
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'WVES completed th
fall ih e 'wma
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e swdenfs, 5 cmds
some report C
haf I've found! IY's been
lT'S ALL OVER!
missing since November,"
when hope was gone
This yearbook is concerned
.with a small segment of the hs-
tory ot our country--the segment
that concerns the activities ot
Flora High School during the pas'
lt has been said that wars have
their beginnings in the minds ot
men. lt is iust as true that the dis-
coveries and inventions that ad-
vance our civilization also have
their origins in the minds of men.
And, realizing this, vve can see
that any history of the education-
al activities ol a typical American
school are worth preserving for
This annual for the school year
of l957-58 vvill recall many
pleasant memories tor the reader
in the years that lie ahead. While
"sputniks" soared around the
vvorld and guided missiles
streaked out into space, our
school has been occupied with
the taslc of preparing citizens for
the fascinating era that looms on
Our school program is de-
signed to help each student de-
velop to the fullest extent his
mental, physical, and social po-
tentialities. It is our hope that vve
have been successful in our et-
torts and that this school year
has better prepared our students
to play their roles well as they
cross the stage ot adult life.
B. KEITH ROSE
M, S. from Butler University . . .
Prncipal, Hfstory, Student Coun-
c" Sponsor, Junior-Y Sponsor.
XDXVHQXISTR QXTHON 2 AND FACLLTY
A B from Wabash College Trustee
RUTH ANN AYERS
M S from Indiana Unuversnfy
Social Studnes, HIY Spon
sor, Freshman Sponsor, Assustanf
A B from Manchester College
Lahn, English, Semor Spon
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Frances Scott was baffled when
Mr. Rose pointed out that e
Belgian Congo is really in Afr ca
and not in Russia.
"Song of Glory," a one-act play,
was presented by the speech class
both at PIA, and the Christmas
convocation, This scene shows Har-
old Whitfield, Sally Watson, and
Cookies, cookies, and more cookles
were baked by the home economics
classes at Christmastime. Here Joyce
Baker instructed Geneva Gallien,
Helen McGinnis, and Valorie Chap-
man in the mysteries of the cook-
"Now you look up the Log. Cos.
of fhe angle 436332 find your
tabular difference, and go on with
the interpolation. lt's really so
easy," said Mrs. Pugh to Bob Graf
and Beverly Hufford as Don
Driggs wondered if frigonometry
were worth the effort,
Practice makes perfect-so Leon
McGaughey coached Posy Flora
and Ned Parreft for fhe iudging
of forestry and grain.
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"One - Two - Three - Four. Now
all- in -time - with -the - nmsic
and - keep - your - eyes - on -th
copy," instructed Miss Metzger.
"'Amiable' is a derivative of
'amo,' my favorite Latin verb,"
thought James Walker as he and
Phyllis Mohler worked on their
Fred Miller, Everett Oyler, Lyndal
Hood, and Marion Blocher proudly
inspected the articles they had pro-
duced in shop class.
Readung parts from Macbeth, Mer-
Im Berkey and Geralding Moore
made Shakespeare more under-
standable for The senior English
"Promenade a!! and do-si-do
ca'3ed as Ann Guckien, .Jon
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G M llendore, President, Rurtella
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Third and second place
winners of the Talent Show
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The twelfth and final year of their F.H.S. life has been reached and now the
seniors must plan and think of what is to come in the future. Being Big Seniors
was lots of fun, but the year was very busy. March found them walking around
school with play books in hand, trying desperately to make their final dramatic
production as outstanding as their first. The big night came and soon the curtain
was drawn for the last time. They listened closely and kept their eyes open for
information about the prom the juniors were planning for them, but they were
still surprised when the night came. Too soon the month of May arrived. At
Baccalaureate and Commencement they were very happy, but the sting of tears
showed they realized they would no longer be students of F.H.S. Into the world
they will iourney with the hope of using the things they have learned to the
best of their abilities. But whether they become great or merely find happiness
in the simplicities of life, these Seniors of T958 will always remember the strains
of "Pomp and Circumstancej'
' Prosecutor Smith seemed pleased when Judge Craft pronounced
the defendant, Kenneth Cooke, guilty as the government class
' for convocation
Jane Ann Jones who was the
senior candidate for SHOW
Queen, was escorted by DON
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: u t 4 T Guyerl Snow Q an ra Cassell jjj.
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"Could this be our Billy
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Graf when the class re-
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Two more rounds to go-fthat was the thought of many juniors as they began
their busy year, Their first project was a play entitled "A-Feudin' Over Yonder."
This portrayed the laziness and humor of the lives of the mountain folk. Billy
Badger was very proud when the class received their white sweaters, for his
picture was on the sleeves in black, Representatives were chosen from each
class to compete for the title of "Snow Queen," a project sponsored by the
juniors. Carol Mullendore, a freshman, was crowned Queen at the West Lafayette
ball game and received 'nany gifts donated by the merchants. "It's a secret,
secret, secret!" That was all the juniors would say when they were questioned
about those long, private sessions, The result . . . a prom to remember!
wash for mom fungi! industriousjy
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"Are you sure this isn't hard cider?" Leon McGaughey doesn't
seem to Trust Ron Clingenpeel and Fred Jones at the sophomore
party for the freshmen.
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Class rings! That's what comes to the minds of most sophomores of F.H.S., and
this class was no exception. It seemed like an eternity before they arrived, but
the class agreed unanimously that the rings were worth it. The green freshmen
were the guests of the sophomores at a party this year instead of having to
endure the usual rough initiation. The class successfully sponsored a Sock Hop
in the gym. Paul Hall, a Logansport disk jockey, spun the platters for a very large
crowd. ln the spring the class enloyed an indoor swimming party at the "Y"
in Kokomo and also sponsored a movie at the Flora Theater.
e freshmen enioyed 5 poygyuck SU
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Green! That's what they were called. They knew they were green, and didn't
like to be reminded of it. But they have better things to which they can look
forward. Class rings . . .sweaters . . . plays . . . proms . . . and finally graduation.
They have some grand memories of this year though. The party given by the
sophomores instead of the usual rough initiation was very nice. They struggled
with different subiects as they began their high school education. With a fourth
of their high school days behind them, they will return next fall eager to con-
tinue their studies, fun, and friendships.
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Top row: Alan A-yres, Dean Beclcner, Dan Nlishop, Ellen Chap-
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Seccrd row: Ronald Draper, Sharon Donham, Stanley Evans,
Sharon Gallien, Gloria Garrison, Parry Ginn, Ann Guckien,
Martha Guise, Ned Guyer.
Third row: Pat Hallam, Charles Helvie, Larry Hughes, Carroll
Jervis Harry Jones, Tom Langston, Gary Matson, Ralph Max-
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Fourth rc.-.ff Carolyn Mocherrnan, Fannie Vloore, Mpon Neff,
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Nelline Spear, Joe Spurgeon.
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Third row Dlxle Halarn Charles Hamllton Sandy Ha, Chuck
Hendrlckson Wanla Howard Lnnda Lucas Randall Lynch
John Mclinnley llnda Mocherman Donnwe Mull
Fourth row Jm My Bull Northcun Jlrn Payne Jarnes en
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Sescrd row: Mike Coiiyin Dennis Cdpe, Janice Cripe, Johnny Crook, Diane Duff,
Kay Elkenbevy, Jin' Fsnf:-', 'fadge Fleege, Judy Gallien Kyen Gavison
Tlwrd rc.-.w Jeanne Gibson J" G-'se, Janis Harmon Kor' Hannon LaVaL.n Heivie,
Alan Hewdon, Greg Hoxwae B ry Hollow! Carol H-n'ba'ge' Jrfnny Keyes
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Sxth ro.-y: Jody Pitts Sue Price Wally Reeve Debbie Sisscrtf ff-'ene Snwith Virgmia
Spear, Harold Stordivant, Charles Sylvester, Pam Tho'vson, 'y'.a'cia Trapp.
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Top row Jrmmy Allen Sheryl Alle
Mnke Bushop Cheryl Brrggs Sha
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Sarah Flora Roger Gnbson Glory Ha
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Top row: Nancy Allen, Janice Anthony, Carol Austin, Malinda Ayres, Mark Bass,
Annette Bell, Mark Brim, Janis Brower, Cathy Christiansen, Ronnie Collins.
Second row: Tornrny Cooke, Stephen Cripe, Jean Crowson, Corrine Damon, lyan
Darling, Danny DeBruicker, Christy Dunham, Leah Eikenberry, Rita Eller, Darrell
Third row: Merrill Fife, Jackie Fulton, Carolyn Garrett, Deborah Garrison, Tommy
Gasaway, Sharon Gibson, Susan Gilsori, Fretta Green, Mcna Heltner, Tommy
Fourth row: John Hughes, Kenneth Hughes Caroline Humes, Denns Jenkins,
Bobby Kingery, Stanley Langston, Mariorie Maxwell, Tornrny Miller, Danny Mills,
Fifth row: Patricia Mocherrnan, Douglas Moore, Kenneth Mull, David Myer, Sherry
Parrett, Johnny Payne, Kenneth Pennington, Susan Perigo, Edward Pinkard, Judy
Sixth row: Steve Pinkard, Bobby Pitts, Jarnes Rieken, Patrick Robison, Diane Rose,
Dewey Steele, Billy Tinsrnari, Marlene Trapp.
Bortorn row: Phoebe Warnpler, Joyce Wetzel, Dale Yoder,
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Seated: G, Mullendore, Mr. Rose, Sponsor, Jane Ann Jones, Lyon Koup, R. Smith.
Standing: Driggs, Mr. Coolce, Faculty Representative, J. Walker, W, Beckner,
J, Burns, Johnson, C. Wagoner, F. Miller.
flue Sfuutlenf Counrill Is the 'Votive
of the Stfurlenf Body
The Student Council, which is composed of representatives
of the high school grades and organizations, is the student
governing body and their voice in school affairs. Its main
purpose was to provide varied and interesting convocations.
Besides the seasonal programs, they sponsored the annua
Color Clash Day, Talent Show, guest speakers, and films. Fo
the protection and safety of the students, a new system wa
devised for fire drills. Each Student Council member was sta
tioned at a certain place to direct those leaving the building
This democratic organization will continue to represent ani
govern the students of Flora High School.
Top: ReBe'::a Smith, Vze President, Gary Mulferwdore, Pres cent, Jane
Ann Jones, Secretary-the Student Councl offcers.
B:":rn. Jerry Burns d'ec'ed studerus on e sta 'C cfarng a 1 e dr l
This .vas 'he third year for the National Honor Society at
FHS. Mencloership is based on the qualities of character,
scholarship, leadership, and service. Sixteen new rnefnbers
.were added to the society during the second semester. A
highlight in the activities of the organization was dining at
Marshalls in Lafayette and 'hen a'tending a mythological
Greek play, "Medea," a production of the Purdue Playshop.
The sponsor, Effie Douglas, entertained the society in her new
horne for their Christrnas fneeting. ln Decernber they also sold
horne-nnade candy at the PTA. rneeting in order to sub-
stantially increase their treasury. The Senior Breakfast, the
society's farewell to their graduating rnernbers, concluded the
Top The Honor Society officers, Judy Northcutt,
Vice President, Ginny Koup, Secretary, Jane
Ann Jones, Pres dent, and Ned Parrett, Treas-
urer, admired Mrs, Douglas' fireplace,
Bottom: Second semester initiates into the Horor
Society wereAFront row: Joyce Kerlin, Phyllis
Mohler, Janalie Srnith, Sara Adams, Lorraine
Heffner, Jerilyn Jones, Carol Maxwell, Patty
Stayer, Sonia Chapman, Carolyn Miller.
Back row: Fred Miller, Marion Blocher, Fred
Jones, Culfan Ekenberry, Steve Collins, Mer-
lin Berkey, Harold Whitfield fre-instatedj,
Seated: Parrett, Jane Ann Jones, Mrs Douglas,
Sponsor, Koup, Northcutt.
Standing Randle, Hufford, R, Srnith, R, Myer,
G. Mullendore, J. Slniles, T. Guyer, R. Blocher,
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Seated P McG1nnts R Smnth Watson
Standing frort row J Stayer Adams Jerllyn Jones Cassell Mass Metzger Sponsor L Heffner
Scott P Stayer Johnson
Second row B Burns Murphy H ttord Rande Kerltn Ryan Coolc J Hendrckson G Haan
F J s J Burn G Mullendore J Ens nger Myer F Collms
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The hnghest score yet' That was the exclamation of the
ults from C S P A Columbia
staff when they receuved the res
Unrverstty ID the T957 nattonal yearbook competutlon Out ot
TOOO pornts the Flornan receuved a score of 933 vvhtch gave
them a first place ratnng
Increase sales a dravvung
Those vvho had placed
eltgnble tor the prnzes any p p
Involved In producvng thus book The purchase prnce pays less
actual cost Other means of ftnancvng tnclude
d d al school pictures assessments to or
for the thvrd consecutnve year To
vvas held at the end of the campatgn
thenr orders before the deadltne xere
M eo le do not realuze the expense
than halt ot the
the sale of tn tv: u
gantzatrons and advertnsung The statt especlally apprectae
the cooperatton of the merchants who have placed t enr
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Whether you say "school days" or School Daze-at F.H.S.
they both mean a summary of all that goes into the lite of
a Flora student. That this goal has been successtully achieved
Nas evident, for in last year's competition a Medalist rating
Nas awarded School Daze by the Columbia Scholastic Press
Association of Columbia University. This long-desired top
rating was a fitting cli'nax after many years of First-Class
ratings. A collection ot papers from other schools allowed
for an interesting comparison of F.l-l.S. activities with those
in other schools. This exchange list included papers from
all over the country. Cooperation of the English department
provided the creative vvriting for each issue.
Top: Nancy Eller, Proof Editor, Jane Ann Jones, Editor, and Connie Briggs, Associate
Editor, proudly display their Medalist certificate and scoreboolc.
Bottom. Harold Whitfield cleaned and adiusted the rnirneograph to keep it operat-
Seated: C. Briggs, Jane Ann Jones, N. Eller.
Standing, front rovv: J. Christiansen, J. Skiles, B. Chapman, S. Chapman, Miss
Metzger, Sponsor, C. Berkey, A. Helvie, Janalie Smith, C. Miller.
Second row: R. Blocher, J. Flora, C. Maxwell, P. Wagoner, l. Young, Sonia Landis,
Koup, B. Landes, G. Moore, J. Northcutt, Lyon.
Back row: H. Whitfield, M. Berkey, Parrett, J. Burns, J. Darling, Sines, C. Wagoner
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Front row: D. Clingenpeel, H. Miller, Kenneth Flora, J. Thompson, Sines, Boller, Max
Young, R. Heffner, M. Hoffman, Jenkins.
Second row: F. Miller, Whitfield, M. Berkey, Esserman, C. Wagoner, G. Mullendore,
Eikenberry, Johnson, Rodney Flora, G. Clingenpeel, Kenneth Flora.
Third rovv: Mr. Hendrix, Sponsor, G. Skiles, L, Craft, Oyler, C. Snider, Kinzie, W.
Beckner, R. Myer, W. Beckner, Fouts, G. Haan.
Fourth row. Graf, E. Zook, M. Blocher, M. Snider, F. Jones, S. Collins, H, Neff, R.
Beckner, Myer, B. Burns, Wilsorf, Parrett.
Back row. J. Darling, T. Guyer, R. Zook, D. Patrick, G. West, Wilcox, J. Pitzer,
Brower, R. Evans, Driggs, D. Craft, J. Burns, F. Collins,
Hi9Y Boys Tried Lo Lfzlve 'Lvp
to Their Slogan
"The Flora l-li-Y organization will now come to order. What
is the purpose of l-li-Y?" asked the president. The group replied
in unison, "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the
school and community high standards of Christian character."
The president then asked, "What is the Platform of Hi-Y?"
The group responded, "Clean Speech, Clean Sports, Clean
Scholarship, and Clean Living." Thus went the formal opening
of the Hi-Y meetings, and all members tried to live up to it
to the best of their abilities. Through various projects they
strive to uphold their Hi-Y ideals.
Top: l-li-Y Officers: Carl Wagoner, Vice President, Merlin Berkey, Chaplain, Gary
Mullendore, President, Bob Johnson, Song Leaderg Cullan Eikenberry, Treasurer,
Wayne Esserman, Secretary, Rodney Lee Flora, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Bottom: Hi-Y boys had a "grab-bag" instead of exchanging gifts at Christmas time.
The Sunshine officers, Chi-jsyjne Berkey Secremry. S H W
reasurer, Ginny Koi-,p A5 Y 1 T ' fl B atson,
president! R B I susan reasurer, Connie Briggs, Vice
E ecfa Smllhr President ro dl A - .
new pop Com machine. f P U Y Uhibited the society:
hcutt, adde . ' l pre-
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HO HON Ngghyh sugsniymai Program the Suns in
reverilnj thi Breihren Home'
X uns iners Xvisifed the
The Flora Sunshine Society started the year with a
beautiful formal initiation for its new members. ln
order to help with the preparation of the year's pro-
gram in each society in accordance with the state-wide
theme, a camp is conducted each spring. Last year
eleven members attended, as well as three former
Flora Sunshiners who served as counselors. To try to
live up to a portion of their creed, "I shall make the
obiect of my life helpfulness and kindness to others,"
several girls presented a Christmas program at the
Brethren Home. Among the interesting programs this
year was a representative from The Golden Rule in
Logansport who showed the latest styles for spring,
and Mrs. Tom Ayres, who gave pointers on dancing.
Kneeling: A, Frazee, R, Smith, P. McGinnis, Watson, G. Moore, H. McGinnis
Ryan, Cook, A. Helvie, L, Heffner,
Second row: J, Skiles, G. Gallien, P. Flora, V. Chapman, Jill Flora, C. Mullen
dore, B, Spear, Mohler, Christiansen, K. Young, J. Stayer, Janalie Smith
Jerilyn Jones, D. Frazee.
Third row: Scott, Kerlin, S. Chapman, B. Landes, I. Young, M. Burns, Blue
M. Eller, C. Briggs, J. Hendrickson, B. Chapman, C. Miller, R. Blocher
Mrs. Murphy, Sponsor.
Fourth row: Mills, Kinzer, C. Maxwell, B, Ensinger, Benefiel, P, Wallace
A, Young, B. Craft, Karen Flora, Redmon, W. Briggs, S, Ensinger
d to the tone of M' .
Adams, Huftord, Jennie Flora, P. Stayer.
Back row: Lyon, J. Northcutt, P. Wagoner, Sonia Landis, Koup, N. Eller, A
Flora, Cassell, Sales, J. West, D. Pitzer, J. Garrison, C, Ensinger, Randle
Hollis, S. Reed, Jackie Mullendore, Tyra.
Front row: D. Frazee, H. MCG rants, Jerilyn Jones, Cock, A. Pazee.
Secord row: Guck ery Kirg, T lanftstch, Jtlteecr, Redoron, Cark, V Chaz: ar, ., Brass, Car'
Hcrnbarger, A. He'vie. my
Third row. Boler, D. Hoffrnan, P. S'a,er, Graf, F. Jones, 'Nl Hailani L, Neff, J Snide: C, Mu endore,
P. Ginn, R. Campbell
Back row: Mr. Hodshire, Director, Silinerzf '.'l Fll ,-', Blue Ll. Cwrwilnel M Sncler, ffxinliy, R ,ltjtygfr
Son a Land s, T. Sn der, J. Stayer, J l Flora
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"Left, right, left' was a familiar cry again for the rrarching forty, The band
started their season with a fiye-nnan front and four rnaiorettes. The nunwber per-
forrning in the shows at the horne basketball games was increased by tl e addition
of new nwernbers from the iunior band and a fifth nnaiorette. The band had
planned to enter the State Marching Contest at Valparaiso, but the "flu bug"
interfered. They added color to the year by participahng in the Band Day at
Purdue, the County Spring Festival at Camden, and Floras Annual Spring
Concert. Their last performance was a tribute to the seniors on CO""7W6HC6'TT6fTT
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Marsha Zinn, B Str lf-S
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The Chorus Pre-lcficerl Diligenflg'
llOI' Tl1BiT Tour
"Stompin' at the Prom" was one of the songs the chorus
sang at the Spring Festival at Camden. They also sang at the
Art and Garden Club. Along with the band, the chorus sold
candy to make money so they could go on tour. They visited
the schools of Carroll County singing songs of different types
such as "I Love Paris" and "God So Loved The World." The
chorus sang a cappella most of the time. With seventy voices
and only sixty minutes a week for practice, the results were
commendable. They closed their year's work with the annual
Top: The chorus rehearsed for the Spring Festival.
Bottom: John Hodshire summoned the grade children to music class.
Front row: Mohler, C. Mullendore, Jerilyn Jones, L. Heffner, C. Briggs, Sales, A. Flora, B, Spear,
J. Christiansen, S. Chapman, Gallien.
,Second row: P. McGinnis, Adams, Jackie Mullendore, K. Young, V, Chapman, D. Frazee, A.
Frazee, J. Stayer, B. Chapman, Redmon, Jill Flora, M. Eller.
Third row: M, A. Young, B. Craft, Cook, Ryan, Benefiel, Randle, N. Eller, A, Helvie, C, Berkey,
P. Wagoner, Janalie Smith, C. Miller, Mr. Hodshire, Director.
Fourth row: M. Hoffman, M. Blocher, Kinzer, H, McGinnis, Mills, Lyon, Northcutt, Cassell, Sonia
Landis, Koup, Watson, R. Blocher, P. Wallace, P. Stayer, R. Smith,
Back row: M, Snider, Graf, F. Jones, M. Berkey, Kenneth Flora, T. Guyer, R. Myer, Johnson, C.
Eilcenberry, Driggs, R. Beckner, S. DeBruicker, D. Clingenpeel, J. Thompson.
Spring Concert and provided music for Baccalaureate and Com-
Frohr ro.-.fr Tlnsrpari, Daniels, A. Darifrig, S. A"er1, S. Ficra, G. G5rrIson
Segrayes, S, Wagoner, L. Skies.
Secchd ron: Mrs. Pugh, Soonsor, Corrs, We iarid, N. Spear, Ahge Judy
Mei eridore, Ha"r'ori, S Dywhafh.
Third ro.-.': S. Gefen, R Fiora, Peony Thofrsoh, C. Hugi'es, F. Moore
L. Neff, Sci'-rez:5, J, Sr1ice', P. Gian P. Reed.
Back ro.-.1 N. Haiarr, Finney, M. Pavick, M. GJ se, R. Pearson, P. Coiims
E. Chazimarv, Gxif eh, C.-.5 ey, B. .'.a"ice.
Sun .ifay i..ii1"is ifiuiprwi Wiiiin The
Som Ray giris are iimior high SUV1Si'iil'TGFS,DUfiUQiiT9iV
Two years of fhehebership, they begin The practice of
helping others. They poi a io? of iiV7'9 and effort 'hfo
Their proiecis. Oh The Saturday precedihg their Poiio
Drive, The giris soid Forfurie Cards as a send-off for
the campaign. The foilowimg week, rhirwiaiure iziue
cruiches were ayaiiabie in reform for corvribuiioris io
the Drive. Togeiher with The JohiorfY, the girls pre-
served a coh'foca?'oh program. They also hyiiezi The
boys fo a iiahce af 'he Co'r'f"uhify Buiicifhg. Thlg ig
a he'pfoi orgarwizafiorw For Qorwior Hgh gir's.
Tcp: S-w Ray Cficers: S"a':h Dqrf' Suv: , Va, Q i"e:,? P 5 y
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Tulle Juniorzwf .Joinecl the Sun ays
in hvarious .racfivifies
This was the second year for this organization at Flora, and it was off
to a very good start. All iunior high boys were in the club and they
were preparing themselves to become better Hi-Y members. For their
meetings, they had debates, recreation, etc. The group exchanged gifts
at their Christmas meeting, and a select group of Junior-Y boys and
Sun Ray girls gave a combined talent show for the remainder of the
groups. The Sun Ray and Junior-Y organizations gave a convocation
during January. The boys also gave a dance for the Sun Ray girls in
Top: Junior-Y Officers: Harry Jones, President, Larry Hughes, Vice President, Dean Beckner,
Bottom: "Casey at the Bat" was the skit with which the Junior-Y and Sun Rays entertained
at a convocation.
Front row: R. Gibson, Riggle, lmler, J. Matson, Clark, Schnieb, D. Whipple, Wetzel,
Second row: D. Hoffman, Humphrey, J. Draper, A. Ayres, Crispen, Bright, Root,
D. Beckner, Carroll Jervis, R. Maxwell.
Third row: J. Eller, B. Walker, Wheeler, P. Miller, G. Matson, D. Miller, J. Sturdivant,
T. Langston, Mr. Rose, Sponsor.
Fourth row: C. Moore, Trent, .lon Smith, S. Evans, Sibray, R. Draper, T. Snider,
H. Jones, Joe Collins, R. Campbell.
Back row: N, Guyer, M, Neff, J. Wason, C, Helvie, Bishop, Spurgeon, J. Whipple,
Hughes, L. James, P. Hallam.
Front row: Trapp, Cheryl Briggs, K. Ayres, B. Skiles, Howard, K.
Wagoner, J. Pitts, L. Helvie, G. White, D. Hughes, Fife.
Second row: J. Cripe, Pam Thomson, C. Reef, S. Allen, B. Seedorf,
C. Ginn, A. Smith, J. Clingenpeel, Carol Humbarger, S, Root, K.
Knapp, Sparks, K. Eikenberry.
Third row: Baxter, D. Allen, Tinsman, P. Segraves, J. Campbell,
Sisson, K. Garrison, D. Mann, Leiter, Calendar, Shambaugh,
Fourth row: Penny Thomson, Jill Flora, D. Duff, R. Trent, J.
Harmon, J, Snider, Finney, S. Flora, M. Pearson, A. Moore, Patty,
Back row: M. Burns, M. Eller, Blue, Redmon, L. Neff, R. Pearson,
A. Flora, Sonia Landis, H. McGinnis, Guckien, Ryan, Schnepf,
D. Frazee, Connie Briggs, A. Frazee, P. Ginn.
A-H Officers: Julia Redmon, Recreation Leader, Ann Guckien, Song
Leader, Connie Briggs, Secretary, Helen McGinnis, Vice President,
Madonna Eller, Refreshments Chairman, Sonia Landis, President, Jill Flora,
Reporter. Missing: Angela Flora, Treasurerg Jane Ann Jones, Health and
Griirls Serve Cllulm, Liommunitfy,
"l pledge my hands to larger service . . . for my club, my
community, and my country." Members of 4-H Clubs all
over the country repeat this creed and make it the goal in
their lives. At the Camden Dress Revue, Flora was proud of
its representation, for most of the entries were placed in the i
"A" grouping. The County Junior Leaders selected a Monroe A
Township girl to attend the Merom Recreation lnstitute. The
Club also had representatives at the Junior Leaders' Training
School at Purdue. High honors were received in county judging
and demonstration contests. Several members obtained cham-
pionships at the local and state fairs this year.
Junior Leader Ginny Koup assisted Karen Garrison with her
58 4-H proiect as Jane Leiter and Madge Fleege looked on.
'Blue Rilslsan Cluls
L lulb ol .lpisfinffion
The Fora Boys' 4-l-l Club had the highest rating ot any
Boys 4-l-l Club in the county. During the surnfner the girls'
club treated the boys' organization to a svvirnrning party at
Roth Park. Carroll County again had the largest nurnber at the
Boys' -4-l-l Cannp during the Indiana State Fair, and Monroe
Township had the largest representation in the Carroll County
group. Thus, the boys are to be complimented on two maior
accornplishrnents tor the '57-'58 A-l-l year.
Top: L-H Ott cersz Ronnie Myer, News Repover, Cullan Ekenberry, Vice
Presoent, Don Craft, Treasurer, Herrnan Neff, President, Carl Dean Oyler,
Secretary, Lowell Craft, Heal'h and Safety leader. Missing- Bob Johnson,
Song Leader, Jim Thompson, Recreaton Leader.
Bovoing Jnw Thompson proudly showed his prize Angus, one ot hs many
Front ri,.v: Carl l-lurnbarger, G. F.fe, J. Myers, M. Maxwell, R. Clingen'
peel, Crook, M. Langston, Angle, J. Austin.
Second row: Mr. McGaughey, Sponsor, J. Thompson, P. Miller, Riggle,
D. Miller, H. Jones, D. Beckner, T. Langston, Carroll Jervis.
Third ro.-J. D. Craft, Oyler, K, Haan, Schnopt, L. Neff, J, Snider, M. Neff,
C, Snider, F. Jones.
Back roxf. G. Clingenpeel, L. Crait, H. Neff C. Eilienberry, Johnson, R.
Beclcner, R. Myer, W. Beckner, Fouts, G. Hean.
Front row: Mr. McGaughey, Sponsor, F. Jones, Oyler, L. Craft, H. Neft, Fout
G. Skiles, G. Haan, M. Snider, Clarence Jervis.
Second rovv: Loolcer, R. Beclcner, R, Myer, Johnson, Kenneth Flora, J. Thompson
M. Berkey, Parrett, Lehman.
Back row: Max Young, G. Clingenpeel, D. Craft, W. Beclcrier, C, Eikenbcrry,
Burns, Wilson, R. Flora, C. Wagoner.
Cplilirers JSXJQTPIJIJPFJ The
One of the highlights of the Flora Future Farmers of America
this year was having five of its officers and their adviser, Leon
McGaughey, attend the National Convention. This took place
in September in Kansas City, Missouri. Six new members were C
admitted to the organization. During the last of November
tive F.F.A. boys and Mr. McGaughey went to the International
Livestock Exposition and visited other points ot interest in
Chicago. A pest-killing contest was held during Christmas
vacation. The freshmen and sophomores vvon the contest and
were treated to an ice-cream supper by the losers.
Top: FFA. Officers-Stardrg: Jerry Burns, V'ce Pres cient, Bet: Johnson, Pres dew, Ned Parrett, Treas-
urer, Rodney Flora, Ser-t nel,
Frernt Jax Youve, Re1c"c', 'fe' rr Berne.. Seve'
Bottom-.f Je'ry Burris prec' sed for 'Fe 'and iscg cc"'es
The Juniors Present
A-FEUDIN' OVER YONDER
dfrerted by MRS, LAURA BAKER
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Top row: l. As Izzie lRonald Myeri washes his feet, Emmy fCarole Ryanl looks out the door to see
if the Preacher is coming. 2. Clem lCullan Eikenberryl has to hang up his long underwear so that
they will be clean next winter. 3, "Aw, shocks!" says Willy fTerry Guyerl as he sits on the barrel
playing with his yo-yo. 4, Mountain Maggie 'Connie Briggsl doctors poor wounded Izzy as Becky
Mae CSharon Cookl sympathizes.
Middle row: l. "You'll niver kitch me!" screams Rosie Belle ljoyce Kerlinl as Aunt Harry Hornhonker
lJerri Hendricksonl pursues her with her -wedding dress. 2. As Emmy inches closer, Willy really
falls for her. 3. Peppy Popotf Clowell Craft puckers and Maw Fry lPat McGinnis anticipates a
big event. A Rosie Belle demonstrates her hate for a Popoff as Zeke fWayne Esserrnan shakes in his
Bottom row: l, The wedding guests 'Ann Helvie, Carolyn Ensinger, and Ginny Koupl wait anxiously
for the ceremony to begin. 2. Becky Mae assists her crippled lover to the altar. 3. The Hillbilly Band
lBob Grat, Herbert Campbell, Don Driggs, and Jim Thompsoni provides the wedding music. 4, Zeke
and Rosie Belle repeat their wedding vows to the Preacher llacob Darlingi.
Frorr row R Evans R Beckner Redmon K Young D Clingenpeel B Burns M Berkey C
Berkey Lyon C Briggs F Collins R Flora Whitfield
Second row M Jervis Kenneth Flora M Blocher M Hoffman R Clingenpeel N Eller J Skiles
R Blocher R Smith J Northcutt Watson Max Young Brower
Third row Christiansen Scott L Heffner A Flora Kerlin Cassell Johnson Koup Ryan P Mc
Ginnis F Jones J Pitzer Wilcox
Fourth row Bishop Groninger D Craft S DeBruicker Hood Hufford Jennie Flora Mohler
Adams P Wagoner C Miller Karen Flora Janalie Smith
Fifth row R Heffner C Snider Sines M Burns Phyllis Flora Kinzer Mills S Evans Jon Smith
A Ayres G Matson J Eller S Wagoner
Sixth row D Hoffman Sibray Joe Collins D Beckner H Jones Hughes P Collins S Dunham
Penny Thomson E Chapman M Guuse J Matson W Beckner
Seventh row Root J Wason J Burns N Guyer Carroll Jervis M Neff Humphrey Judy
Mullendore Angle Harmon S Allen Riggle Wetland
Bc row D Frazee H McGinnis S Flora Looker J West Jackie Garrison C Maxwell
Segraves J Sturdivant Cook A Frazee Jerilyn Jones
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"Victory, victory, that's our cry" was one of the new
chants learned by the Booster Club. One of the main pur-
for this group is to yell and support the ball team
games at home or away, and they did a fine iob.
sportsmanship is also an important obiective. They
good representative of the school at the games and
to maintain a good name for the school as well as
the morale of the players. Officers took care of the
details for the transportation of the club members to out-
1-rv d Cl the Pep
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MAJORETTES-Frorfq Je' ,n Jonas. Serclrgq Defene Frazee, Carol Ryan, Helen 1'.'cGfr'nIs, Snaron Co
I-lere's To Flora High School
To her sons so braveg
To The colors flying o'er us,
May whey euer vfavefRah! Rah! Ran!
So with joyful hearts sing
Praises ro our school
And ro the colors flying o'er us,
The dear old gold and blue.
VAQSITY CHEEP LEADERS' Frtr' Qr.r 5' nf' Bervg-,, Cowie Briggs, Par Lyon. Back, Merlin Berliey.
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tra Badgers got off to a good start this season. Most of the members of
of varsity particrpation This season has been a very exciting one rn
y ave encountered a number of large schools Three ot the games
by one point and three others were decided by less than five ponnts
ers will lose only two senior members from the 58 squad Therefore
again have an experienced team for next year. The Badgers were at a
ge in height which had to be overcome by sharp shooting and speed
our slogan, "to the State in '58,"
did not materialize, it is the feeling
s team have had a considerable amount of varsity experience due to
s will be fine in '59."
62 'Rossville ,,,,,,
73 Kirklin ....s
54 Camden ...,,...
68 Western ,.ac..,c,.c
60 Royal Center a,,,,,,c,
56 "West Lafayette .....
85 Burnettsville ...,.,..
57 Eastern ...,.,..s,,cc
52 'Delphi .,,,,,,,,c,,,,,,,ccc,,,,,,,cc . ,,.,
55 Kokomo ..,,,,..,.....,...,.s,,.,..,,
59 Monticello ,..s
66 'Attica ,,,,,,,s,,,,
70 Noblesville c,,,
V' 77 "Winamac ,,c,,,
7 72 Rochester ...,,,.,....
68 Southwestern ....s.
I 56 'Sheridan ,...,.s.c
76 Northwestern .css
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79 Thorntown .,...,..s,,,.,,,acc,,,,,,,cc
it sEcnoNAL rouRNEY
E 72 Eastern- ,,cc..c.,.,,c,,,,,,,,,cc,,,,,,,
61 Kokomo ,,.s,,,c,,a,a,,cc,,,....s.,s,,,c
. 'Conference games
STUDENT MANAGERS: Clarence Jervis, J. Thompson, Murphy.
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CARL WAGONER, '55
CARL DEAN OYLER
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CULLAN EIKENBERRY 59
TERRY GUYER, '59
NED PARRETT, 55
GARY MULLENDORE, '58
DON DRIGGS, '59
STEVE COLLINS, '60
WAYNE ESSERMAN, '59
LOWELL CRAFT, '59
Front: Henry Smith, Coach.
Standing: M. Snider, J. Walker, G. Clingenpeel, Jim Collins, D. Fouts, G. Haan, F. Jones, Graf, F. Miller.
Slnitfplu lives flue lxlew MBU ,.llPc11Il lfoarln
The 1957-58 "B" team under the direction of a new coach, Henry Sm
rough year, The squad didn't win many games but gained experience which
should prove to be very valuable in the future. Some of the boys play
time, as they competed on the freshman team as well as the "B" team. Since
there are only two seniors leaving the varsity squad, a large portion of this "B"
team will continue "B" ball in '59. With this accumulation of skill and strategy,
they should attain a more outstanding record next season.
28 Rossville .. 41
33 Kirlclin 20
l4 Camden 43
34 Western 41
32 Royal Center 56
22 West Lafayette 43
39 Burnettsville 37
l8 Eastern 34
3l Delphi 44
28 Attica 46
44 Noblesville 51
27 Winamac 46
29 Rochester 49
32 Southwestern 34
36 Sheridan 46
2l Northwestern 42
37 Broolcston 30
36 Thorntown 37
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Front row: L. Hood, W. Beckner, C. Snider, Boller.
Back row: Locker, S. DeBruicker, Frank DeBruicker, Coachg D. Allen, H. Miller,
:part of flue llxreslnman rlleam played HBH
Having scheduled a number of large schools in the '58 basketball season, Coach
Frank DeBruicker and the freshman players encountered tough competition
causing the losses to outnumber the victories. January 25 the team traveled to
Peru for the freshman tourney. In their first round of competition they met a
rugged opponent-Eastern. Because of their height and experience, Eastern
racked up another victory. A number of the boys of the freshman team clocked
double time by participating in "B" team contests.
28 Burlington , ,,,,,,,cc,,c, 35
49 Camden , , , ,28
38 Delphi c,cccc,, , aa,aaa 42
43 West Lafayette c,,,, ,,,25
24 Rossville c,,c,, , c,aa,,, 35
12 Kokomo c,,, c,,s,, 6 7
32 Perul' ,, ,,,,,cc,cc, ,,,,,,,36
29 Logansport ,, , cc,,, , 61
18 Lafayette Catholic ,c,, , ,,c, ,,,,46
19 Burlington , , ,,,, cc,,,cc,, 22
33 Eastern , , , , ,, , ,, ,, ,,46
33 Frankfort , ,, , , ,, 32
i FRESHMAN AND "B" TEAM CHEERLEADERS: K. Young, Redmon.
Front row: A. Ayres, J. Eller, Riggle, D. Beckner, H. Jones, Joe Collins, B. Moore, J. Humphrey, D.
Second row: T. Langston, Hughes, N. Guyer, Bishop, T. Snider, R. Sibray, Root, J. Wason.
Back row: J. Sturdivant, Manager, Henry Smith, Coach, B. Walker, Manager.
x1lUlIT110T' TBETJII lfoxtnpcfcrl JD ,il1lW'O VJFOUTDPYS
Off to a flying start! The first game of the season for the junior high basketball
team was won in a thrilling overtime. Their coach, Henry Smith, gave the boys
renewed spirit and confidence in their playing ability. The boys participated in two
tournaments but were defeated in the first round of each. The team was divided
into two squads and scheduled a large number of games. Nice going, boys!
' "A" TEAM
Burlingtonf , 26
Camden ..., , .... ...., 2 8
Deer Creek ..... ,. 215
Cutler ....... 16
Delphi , . . 25
Rossville V . 32
Brookston . , 33
Western .... , , W 42
Peru V... .... , 54
Logansport Riley , 44
Delphi . 29
Burlington , , , , , 34
JUNIOR HIGH TOURNEY
Peru H '42
Logansport Lincoln 24
Ervin . ,, 29
Brookston , 2O
Western H , 35
Logansport Riley 21
Logansport Lincoln '39 44
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70 JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS: Jon Smli 1
Front row: Herndon, D. Reeve, Lynch, Chaffin, B. Northcutt, D. Campbell, Surface, D. Dunham, J. Myers,
J. McGinnis, W. Reeve.
Second row: Payne, T. Reef, B. Wason, M. Langston, Sylvester, J. Pinkard, Overholser, G, Hoffman,
Third row: J. Austin, P. Briggs, Angle, J. Guise, B. Perigo, S. Miller, H. Sturdivant, J. Fisher, Moore,
.lack Graves, Coach.
Back row: Warnick, K. Harmon, Keyes, Crook, Hamilton, D. Cripe, T. Matson, R. Clingenpeel.
Little Barlgers Prepare for
iluIlT11OT' -llglfl .lilldy
Coach Jack Graves' fifth and sixth grade team didn't play
many games this season but they exhibited that fighting
Badger spirit. The large number of boys who tried out for the
team showed the increasing interest for the sport. ln their
tourney, they were defeated in the first game, but they won
the consolation game. Fans who attended these games saw
Badger stars in the making.
l Flora Opponent
T6 Camden ......... I7
8 Burlington .. ....... 30
T5 Camden ................ ....... ..... l 8
l3 Ervin ...... ................. ....... 3 2
23 Camden .. . ....l4
FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: K. Eikenberry, K.
Haan, K. Knapp, R, Trent.
Front row: Boller, C. Snider, Driggs, S. DeBruicker, Hood.
Back row: Henry Smith, Coach, S. Collins, C. Wagoner, R. Evans, Parrett,
Oyler, T. Guyer, W. Beckner, Esserman, G. Haan, G, Clingenpeel.
ihvi1II'Silt'y VTlN?i111iYl1 XYNYBIS l.jt1lf'II"Oll
Counfy Claannps for Szixfh ime
Coach Henry Smith's baseballers won eight games in a row
in county competition to gain the championship tor the sixth
consecutive year. Their lone loss this tall was in a special game
with Lauramie Township, who were the Tippecanoe County
Champions in '57. One of the highlights ot this season was a
perfect game pitched by Don Driggs. Dick Allen also had a
no-hitter. Carl Wagoner won the R.B.l. trophy and Don Driggs
the Batting Average trophy. The Carroll County Champions
will lose only two seniors from this year's team.
5 Burlington l
T6 Deer Creek l
T9 Cutler O
7 Camden l
6 Burlington 2
l8 Cutler O
2 Lauramie Township .3
7 Camden 3
5 Deer Creek 3
Top: Guyer tagged Driggs out in this practice game, as Wagoner prepared 5
Bottom: The baseball team can attribute much of their scccess to the abllty
of ther senior caratair, Carl Wagoner.
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Front row: J. Wason, T. Snider, Hughes, R. Sibray, J. Sturdivant, N, Guyer.
Second row: H, Jones, Root, D. Hoffman, T. Langston, B. Moore.
Third row: Joe Collins, Riggle, J. Humphrey, J. Eller.
Fourth row: A. Ayres, D. Beckner, M. Gibson.
Back: Frank DeBruicker, Coach.
Little League Experience Showed
UP lin JTUIIHJOT' SUCCESS
The iunior high baseball team under the guidance of
Frank DeBruicker was undefeated this season for the
second year in a row. With the experience gained in Little
League last summer and the large number of boys who
participated, the coach was able to put an experienced team
on the field. Their willingness to work and full cooperation
brought these outstanding results. The boys hope to con-
tinue this perfection in their remaining baseball experience
and wish the same success to those who will take their
7 Camden ....... 6
9 Camden ....... ...... 3
7 Burlington . 6
Top: Harry Jones and...
Bottom: Ned Guyer practiced their batting stance as Alan Ayres
acted as catcher.
West Lafayette 72, Delphi 67, Sheridan 311' ,," '2, Attica 27'fi,
Winamac l0, Flora 7' 2
Top Ci, .art Elfevbeny hurcled a 'lc-r liurcfe .-.he prec! 1 PQ for a 'rack meei
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Front row: R. Evans, S. Collins, G. Mullendore, D, Fouts, C. Eikenberry, R. Myer, Essermari.
Back row: M, Snider, Parrett, J. Walker, F, Jones, G. Clingenpeel, Oyler, Driggs, F. Miller.
Vil"T'c1l'lS 7il"I"Hl1HT1 iS.ll1O'YYP'I?l ll-1x?1l'ilfS ol' 3l?lLKp1'iI"TPTl-l'I'
The Badger track team coached by Frank DeBruicker completed the
season with a l-7 record. The Badgers Won the first meet, defeating
Cutler by a score of 70 to 40. Although Camden took first place in the
County Track Meet by scoring 84'f2 points, the Badgers finished second.
ln the Hoosier Conference Meet at Delphi the Badgers finished last, but
Ned Parrett and Cullan Eikenberry each scored firsts in the half-mile run
and high hurdles respectively. Eikenberry led the Badger scoring for the
'57 season with 74'fh points, Lack of experience was the chief drawback
this season, but the future looks brighter for next spring.
Flora 70 Cutler 40
Flora 42 Camden 6l
Flora 32' ,i" Q Rossville 67' ,r"'i
Flora 33 Michigantoyvn 76
Flora 3l 'fb Delphi 69'fQ
Flora 35511 Camden 31 'X2
HOOSIER CONFERENCE MEET
Carnden 8-1' 2, Flora 6-1, Burlington 30'f2, Cutler 26
Left to right: Franl' DeBruiclcer, Coach, D. Fouts, C. Eikenberry, Driggs, Oyler,
M Snider, Jim Collins, M, Blocher, F. Miller, M, Hoffman, R. Heffner.
Competfperll in Cross
Lountfry for Second vYCm'i1Il"
The Badger cross-country team coached by Frank De-
Bruicker completed its second season by participating in
two meets, In the first meet, which was held on the Delphi
golf course, the Badgers finished in third place with 88
points, behind Attica with 27 and Delphi with 29. In the
second meet, also held on the Delphi course, Flora finished
last behind Delphi and West Lafayette. The Badgers were
unable to compete in the Delphi Invitational Meet on October
l5 and the Hoosier Conference Meet because the flu
epidemic disabled the cross-country team as well as a large
portion of the student body. lt is the hope of all F.H.S. stu-
dents that "the third time will prove charm" and bring an
outstanding record next year.
CLow score is the winnerl
Flora ...88 Attica .s..s .... 2 7 Delphi....29
Flora .65 West Lafayette 49 Delphi ,.ss 21
Top: One for the money, two for the show, three to make
ready . . . and off they go!
Bottom: Fred Miller made a good showing for Flora.
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Last November one fine day
The 58 Florian got under way
We hurried at noons to each rendezvous
So that we might bring this book to you
We racked our brains for an appropriate theme
So that our high rating we might redeem
We decided the things that are important to you
Are the kids at school and the things they do
We borrowed our title from the theater craze
Around F H S in 180 Days
We had long meetings morning noon and night
The nine calendar pages are an added attraction
We think they re real sharp Wasnt that your
With sandwiches and candy to keep us strong
We knew that our diets couldn t last for long
We all drank cokes yes several rounds
Although refreshed gained several pounds'
To meet our deadlines was our big goal
And surprisingly enough things were under control
Now that its over we re a little but sad
But we ll always remember the times that we ve had
Our thanks to Miss Metzger for betng so nice
We truly are grateful for her help and advice
So now we the editors this last page do sign
With the hope that engoyment in this ok you will find
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