Flora High School - Harstan (Flora, IL)

 - Class of 1958

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EUQLDQN 7' MRSA: M NM xiswa-+3I eQs 'S are Mnivlffr me of our academic quarters ,K ,1 ANYONE I KNOW? wonders Shlrley Barton sophomore as she studles the names of the 1938 school board that appear on the plaque situated an the vocational building h building l ses LIGHTS OUT Kenth Colclasure lumor scowls at those stubborn cords as he adlusts the recently hung drapes ln the movie room Thus task completed he wall roll the nm . FIRING UP THE KILN an adclltuon to the art department Larry Wheeler senior and Mr Llndstrom Instructor dns cuss ceramic designs an Important factor In constructing good pottery -- o o o . ' , - ' , . , f'l ." F l wig? V 3 5 t e l fi 313, as E . I I I I . l I I I ' I I A ' e 'label with addition o so h i Two years to remember - i938-39. The vocational building, now known as A, during these years grew from a mass ot lines and figures on a blueprint to an educa- tional realization. Last summer, after almost two decades ot use, the old structure was given a "face-lifting" and reorganization. The center of athletic activity known as the "boys' gym" has housed many "thrilling" basketball games since the premier with Flora against Paris in l939. The moving of the ag boys to new headquarters pro- vided a place tor a locker room, athletic office, and art department. Home ec girls were transferred, kitchens and all, to a more spacious nook in building C. Into the place of the sewing machines, sinks, and stoves moved the history classes and movie room. In late December, the music enthusiasts grabbed their horns and migrated to "spanking new" rooms in another building. Yes, this area of the high school was confusing this year, but building A is like the rest of the world, it is changing. . MAKING GOOD USE of the new typing tables, Sue Grace and Phyllis Hedge, Locust Log and Harstan editors, show the wear and tear of deadline dilemma. .AWAITING THE CALL for the coronation ceremony, Agnes Whelan, sophomore, realizes a lifetime ambition. "This is what I've always wanted to do," she giggles as she rests her feet on the teacher's desk in the new social studies classroom recently converted from a home economics food lab. . "MOTHER, BRING ME my lunch money. I'm starved and broke!" gasps Freeda Thompson, iunior, as she uses the recently obtained pay-phone in a typical high schooler's predicament. 4 Corners 0 e of center . "DlD YOU KNOW that there were only 92 kids in school then?" asks Danny Riggle, senior, as he and Larry Goldsby, senior, examine the cornerstone of Building B. ' "THE RIGHT SWlTCH?" Floyd C. Smith, principal, won- ders os he experiments with the two-way PA system iust after its installation. . l6 Blending the old and new, Building B is rich in tradition but abundant in shiny new gadgets. The study hall was the tirst area reiuvenated when re- modeling started lost summer. Instead ot the long, dull room with the battered, old-fashioned desks, the new study hall is just halt the size of the old one. Furnished with modern blue desks, the room gets Flora's own personal stamp from a pattern ot orange desks in the center to form an "F." The Student Council at Flora High set up shop and opened a book room tor the sale of paper, pencils, note cards and other supplies, rental books are also dispensed from this room. Another eye-catching improvement is the office with its new furniture and its long, angling counter. The automatic bell system keeps the school running on o iohnny-on-the-spot schedule. . INNOCENT LOOKING 'LITTLE KNOB, isn't it? Brenda Kincaid, senior office assistant, could easily give the twist that would put the whole school in an uproar. This knob controls the bells. S r ture bea S 1912 dateline 1 TEN CENTS TO GET IT BACK. Brenda Kincaid, senior, and "B" Oglesby, sophomore, hunt diligently for a lost English boolr. Careless students must pay the fee to get the volume returned. NO MORE FALLEN arches from waiting in line in the office. Dean Erwin, iunior, talres advantage of the new "executive" looking chairs. l7l NO MORE RUNNING over to the store between classes. Barbara Levitt, senior, asks the price of the paper pad and pencil she is purchasing from Tom Owens, sophomore. The school book-room is operated by the Student Council. COMFORTABLE STUDYING, Lennie Griffith, freshman, Tom McCawley, sophomore, Wayne Lappington, freshman, and Rolla Carter, iunior, seem to think so as they try out the "latest" in study hall seats. 4 1 od buildi Q . PUSHING OUT A WALL permitted annexation of an ad- ioining classroom for office space. Floyd C. Smith, prin- cipal, surveys the spacious, well-equipped outer office. . WHERE IS THAT PICTURE of Pat Boone? Janna Rankin, Jessica Appling, and Rosemary Wortham scan the library magazines doubtless searching for a picture of the teen- age idol, while Eddie Burkett looks for the latest news on the launching of the Vanguard rocket. I 8 E ..,, .W 'Q' if '8-'L-1.. . A ROOM EVACUATED by science classes permits expansion of the guidance department. Janice Connett studies scholarship possibilities on display there. FORMERLY BURSTING at the seams for lack of space, Flora I Journalists are now bursting their buttons with pride over their added "rim" room. Sue Grace, Locust Log editor in the slot, directs Danny Riggle, Glen Dawson, Mozelle Perrine, and Joyce Findley around the rim. e o oo t hose vvho stay, Departments left behind in Building B after the big shuffle took a deep breath and spread out. The guidance department acquired a room of its own, and the cafeteria expanded into the bleachers of the girls' gym. Art classes moving out to the old ag area left behind two classrooms. One became an English room, and the other took the overflow from the pub- lications department. Journalists Work like veterans about o professional semi-circular copy desk. A miniature house was moved into the school and took up residence in the enlarged shop rooms. All boys taking the electricity course are required to wire the little house correctly to pass. The library moved down to occupy the back of the old study hall and gained a periodical room and an office for the librarian. . FOR A LESSON IN PRECISION Danny McAllister, iunior, occupies the remodeled and enlarged shop rooms. Mr. McGeel1e does the teaching. . STOPPING FOR A CHAT with Mr. Collier, Phyllis Hedge and Danny Riggle test out the faculty table in the new wing of the cafeteria. The tables and chairs are new this year, too. . YOU WOULDN'T DARE! Newly installed fire alarms are spotted all through the building. Everett Pittman knows that if he lets this hammer fall and break the glass he'lI get into water hot as the fire. He isn't going to. l C odern Q dge m rk "SHOULD I PEEK?" questions Nancy Howell, senior, as she and Jo Ann Anderson, senior, examine the accordian pleated door that separates the long hall through Build- ing C. I l O Atter careful planning and months of hard work, the contractors gathered up their tools and lett us to our dream come true - our new Building C. From pages of blueprints had emerged an imposing structure of steel and brick with walls of'windows across the south to catch the winter sunshine. The auditorium with its big stage, its galaxy of spotlights, and its seating capacity for 700 is the glamour spot ot the new building. Debut time came at Christmas with the annual cantata. The agriculture and music departments were able to move into their new quarters at Christmas. Both band and chorus gained large practice rooms, small rooms tor individual practice, and lots ot storage space. . "OUR LAST YEAR and its first," comments Barbara Hardy, Ccenterl senior class vice-president to Christine Whelan, secretary-treasurer, and John Heath, president, as they chat about the newest bronze plaque at FTHS. a h n expos e' addi i . JERRY ELLIS, freshman, is properl impressed b the iant . NEW BICYCLE RACKS seem not to be the most efficient Y Y 9 gas-fired steam boiler that heats Building C. Temperature in the world as Jack Middleton, Barbara Hardy, and in each room is regulated by individual thermostats. Danny Riggle, seniors, check to see if they are mounting the right bicycles. Q AMAZING! School board members Rymer Maxwell, Phillip changes in the chemistry and physics laboratories since Mann, Paul Naney, Earl Labertew, John Bumgarner, Jack they were in high school. They wonderingly explore the McGonagil, and Ralph Keith seem impressed at the "new-tangled" rooms ottera busy meeting. llll d'torium seat OO . ENTERING UPON THE THRESHOLD of scaence appears t be a loyous occasion for Joyce Fmdley sensor as she opens the door of the new chemistry physucs laboratory ...-ff ' LEARNING CORRECT SERVING and table setting technique ns a pleasure In Flora s colorful new food laboratory Duane Gibson IS served by another freshman Donna Brltton . THE FIRST DRAMATIC PRODUCTION on the stage of the new auditorium was the lbnlors presentation of The Night of January I6 Prosecutmg attorney Rolla Carter questions wut ness Lon Kutlnch The defendant Mananne Warren and her attorney Cort Applmg listen lI2I 'K "Nw . . , ' o . . . . . . . . , . ,, . , , . u . ' ,, . . .- I - . ' I . I I . I ' ' heralds n w r Flora eco s icall Moving day for the home economics and science departments came the first week of school in the fall. The home ecers have four completely equipped kitchens painted in luscious pastels. Brand new lapndry equipment serves the whole department. A classroom and a room later to be furnished as a living area are included in the plan. Each science teacher has an office of his own and a spacious classroom with storage space. Ex- perimental tables stretch across the front of the recitation rooms. Students have no difficulty getting their daily "constitutionals" as they trudge the wide, locker- lined halls that connect the far-flung areas of Flora's 'MOVING DAY! Music students were among the lost to get into their new quarters, Gary Anderson, John Blanton, and Gary Love, sophomore, move in the timpani. Incidentally, they are new, too. newest building. . WAITING FOR THE GRAND OPENING the cheerleaders, rangement for visability the cheerleaders give the audi- Barbara Levitt, Bonnie Dulaney, Tina Thomas, Ann Chero- torium for lyceum programs, class plays, cantatas, stage kis, and Christine Whelan, give the auditorium o trial shows, assemblies, and civic functions 'their stamp of ap- run. After testing the blond seats for size and their ar- proval. ll3l 1, W .MM WM, Wx-,mmfw-..,, E -32 3 3 3? QE fgwy M1 ww , is : vm , f f Z M ,, , W ,f f A ffwf W X f ZMy 57,411 ,Q , 4 A: ,,,,fz, W fm if . an , "1 L' nfl' 1 N we f 4 'eg' 1 'Ya 'Q I ' I no--'W ,, milk O 5 Q SPANISH .... .M 41 ,-A 14' -A unnllutasi' f -f nunllclv' Luntcuvl 4 nunosv uucuu nun o ' .nnusn Hunan nuns: IQ Ill 4 anon f n 4 g ' 1 ay f. ip vw Get Top Priority To give us a better understanding of the universe in which we live and to help discover those capable of becoming scientists is the objective of the science department. Duane McCall starts the "wheels rolling" in this department by teaching freshman science. Keeping the young Einsteins rolling in the scien- tific field, Eugene Mattis teaches biology, chemistry, physics, and directs visual aids. Miss Wanda Rasor, physical education instructor, assisfs Mr. Mattis by teaching two biology classes. Teaching algebra and plane geometry is one of the many jobs of Richard Conley. Assisting Mr. Con- ley, Leslie Flick, guidance director, teaches one freshman algebra class. Students wishing to become better acquainted with advanced math may do so by selecting ad' vanced algebra, college algebra, solid geometry, or trigonometry under the instruction of Miss Patsymae Eaton. She also teaches two freshman math classes. 5 WHETHER OR NOT the tale Mr. Mattis, science teacher, is telling is one of his favorite fish stories, Miss Eaton and Mr. Conley, math teachers, and Mr. McCall, general science teacher, seem to think it's worth hearing. TYPE A, B, O, or AB? They'll soon find out. Sandra Jenk- ins, sophomore, punches Sophomore Alben Barnes' finger for the drop of blood needed to determine the type, and Sharon Peavler, sophomore, supervises the operation. DIGGING OUT FACTS for United States history term papers, iuniors find books, maps, and charts provide references. Checking charts are Ronnie Fitzgerald and Rolla Carter while Judy Turner, Janice Delaney, Joan Coble, and Judy Martin work at a book-loaded table. Makes the World Tick ...i ,A l "O HAPPY DAY." .lo Ann Anderson and Barbara Hardy, seniors, finally find that mis- take as they hopefully tackle their bookkeep- ing assignment. METHODS OF DUPLICATION are an im- portant phase of an office worker's training. Here Barbara Hall, business student, operates the electric Ditto machine in the office. MODELING THE FRUITS of their own labors, girls from the advanced home economics class conclude a unit on clothing construction. Models ore Kay Eaton, Nancy Eastin, Judy Greenwood, Dorothy Bowen, Caro- lyn Shore, and Janet McCann. TESTING SOIL is one of the useful skills taught to the og boys. Here Curtis Howe shows how it's done. AG SHOP BOYS put their knowledge to practical use and helped finish up their new quarters. Gary McGrew and Jerry Moore ore putting up shelving. KEEPING MACHINES CLEAN is important, shop boys learn. Richard McCann uses bellows to blow away the sawdust. Practical Courses ,Aff . W ,, ' QW, 15.3 L Y gs ww ".TQZQ,1 X :Q ' 1 . Z me 2? 1 no , M' ' 'vw ' 5 if 1 .wx 1 M 31. ' ,K ,. A, 3 ..,. 5 , ,Q .19 5, . ., , , X ka wg, fgff' I A 5' X 'Wag l If 3 sv ,. ,Sewer ',:'w'W V 6 4,0 A ,ff 2 M437 A Q5 2? , ring lf in 'iv' A fy, ' fm 9 af. ,. ' V , M... if 3,9 . A2 , A V fi, 4 i ,fi Q s .fi 1 A Q W ',,. , ,M li f wM,,,,,,!,mQ 'ff--1. 'GQ,,,,n Mm www? Af 2 ,V t- 'K ,Q , APY 1 f 1 U f -f 743' 'T' xv Q 5 2 2 1' 2 2 5 , im , ,, 2 25? E if Muscle Makers Chances to work off excess energy, to improve physique, and to learn the principles of good sports- manship are given to FTHS students four days a week during their PE periods. The familiar whangy strains of "South" filling the halls mean that Miss Wanda Rasor, girls' PE teacher, has brought the record player, and the girls are "ripping it up" as they try their luck at rocking and rolling. From this, they switch to volleyball, archery, or baseball. Basketball and volleyball tournaments high- light the year in the boys' classes. They also study gymnastics, baseball, football, and track. They are under the supervision of Bert Dancey, varsity football coach. All students take PE except those who work in the office, cafeteria, or are active in varsity sports. Warren Collier, basketball coach, also teaches the classes in drivers' education and one class of United States history. 1957-58 a RADIATOR STRATEGY - The school's athletic and physical education directors, Mr. Collier, Miss Rasor, and Mr. Dancey, pause at the spot outside the office door where all games are replayed verbally. Whltuyur ONE-TWOJ OH, MY ACHlNG BACK. Rosemary Hoard, sophomore, and Nancy Branom and Judi Anderson, iuniors, catch-up on some wholesome American exercise called "push- upto KEEPING FIT is all in a doy's work for PE boys, Stanley Davis, Albert Barnes, Frank Winters, and Larry Meares. f. ,:,':,ls' ,, if ur Aww if 9 ,R 1 4,4 I F f 4 I.. ,?b':Zi-fy ' IH' ' K ,W W 54,96 1 ' f , k,.,,.W,.M..,. ,,w,,,,,,W,M A I W, , ff' W H ,dar "" ' L f ' ra I E Q 2 f ' an V f Nw f Q if M I ef gf 3 W. M E X I aw. X .WW W f . .,.s: V 3, f ,V , 5 3 A Q f 'vi pg 4 , 4 A "Oliva fixing W. .1 93,1 W fun, ,, :QM nf. sf, W ' Masala--2.s-...,. X 1. 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FIora's Brain Trust Fulfilling one ot its basic principles, the National Honor Society played Santa Claus by collecting clothes tor underprivileged children at Christmas. The March of Dimes drive in January was also a charitable activity the group directed. To highlight the year, the members and their ad- visers, Miss Eaton and Mr. Zimmerman, took the an- nual trip to St. Louis to see a stage show at the l American Theater. These high-ranking students chose Jirn Henson ' as presidentf .lo Ann Darr, vice-president, Barbara V Levfflf SGCVSTGVYJ Gnd LOWS BVYSOVL lfeC'5UVef- wi-iswi WHAT A LOAD. Dick Conley and Jain Henson, sen- iors, "tote" up to Miss Eaton's room the final load of clothes collected by the National Honor Society for its Christmas project, a clothes drive for the "Save the Children Foundation." HONOR SOCIETY-lFront Rowjz laris Bryson, Kay Eaton, Barbara Levitt, Bonnie Dulaney, Miss Eaton. tThird Rowi: Jo Joyce Findley, Nancy Howell, Phyllis Hedge. lSecond Rowl: Ann Darr, Trixie Bcity, Roy Wachter, Jim Henson, Gary Valbert, Jo Ann Anderson, Joann Dennis, Anna Wolfe, Judy Greenwood, Dick Conley, Mr. Zimmerman. l30l V421-ii?' 1 'WZ' , f fx- tar' STUDENT COUNCIL-fFront Rowja Dan Riggle, Ulanda Ruger, Carolyn Sichling, Jane Ritter, Linda Rauch, Leona Dow, Ruthie McGonogiI, Marilyn Farmer, Everett Pittman, Mr. Flick. fSecand Rowi: Miss Pritchett, Karen Casolari, Tom McCawley, Barbara Warren, Bob Powless, Tom Owens, John Heath, Gene Specialists in Service The "wheels that make the school go around," could be applied to the Student Council. These selected students are chosen by fellow class members to represent their particular second hour class. Working hard to make the school a bet- ter one, the Student Council has made many needed additions to the daily life at school. They have added the suggestion box, in which students may place their written opinion on something within the school, a public telephone booth, the new bookroom where paper, pencils, and other supplies may be bought, and a noon-hour recreation program. As president of the Student Council, Danny Riggle presided over the student body and also held an office in the Shelby- ville District Student Council as vice- president. Aided by campaign manager, ' Neil Maxwell, Richard Farmer won the election to succeed Danny. Advisers of this school organization are Miss Pritchett and Mr. Flick. Officers are Danny Riggle, president, Dick Conley, presi- cient pro-tem, Ruthie McGonagil, secretary- Kim Bratton, treasurer, and Neil Maxwell business manager. 1 JUST CALL ME MR. PRESIDENT. Richard Farmer pulls down his campaign sign after having won the student body election. ZAXMY f' ,,. . .P-T A. A ya df f fe' 2 ' mn ww, Venable, Marion "B" Oglesby, Dick Conley, Neil Maxwell, Jo Ann Darr, Marie Bennett. lThird Rowl: Barbara Sutterfield, Agnes Whelan, Larry Goldsby, Kim Bratton, Christine Whelan, Lee Forth, Dave Tatman, Jim Crockel, Donald Gibson, Sally Jones, Lori Kutlich, Judy Ayers, Karen Fry. MALE CANDIDATES for student body president make short work of Lori KutIich's campaign literature. Her opponents are Mickey Blackledge, Gary Etcheson, Jim Sulsberger, and Richard Farmer. Q M ,Wt -,wseifmwwrms WW lT WAS ALL IN THE DIRT. Willie Laughlin, Rex Bassett, Kenneth Benskin, Darrell McGrew, seniors, and Gary McGrew, sophomore, proudly display the award they won for land iudging. Fame Gathering Future Farmers Getting down to brass tacks the ag boys proved that "book larnin" can be put to practical use and saved S80 by building portable welding booths tor their new ag- riculture department. They also made lumber racks, work benches, and cabinets. In their new lab, the boys tested soil for farmers in the area, garden clubs, and any- one else who wanted them to do it. Again this year the Future, Farmers cap- tured i8 prizes at the grain show and first place in the land judging contest at Bridge- port. The FFA elected Danny Warren, presi- dent, Willie Laughlin, vice-president, Curtis Howe, secretary, Kim Bratton, reporter, Daniel McGrew, treasurer, and Larry Mc- Grew, sentinal, at their last meeting of the 56-57 term. GREEN HANDS-Uiront Rowl: Jacob Klein, Donnie Dulaney, Gary Denton, John Cunningham, Elwood Hurd, Robert Ander- son, Larry McCrary, John Hatcher, James Klein, Michael Perrine, Mr. Zimmerman. lSecond Rowbz Ed Dickerson, Larry Black- well, Everett Williams, Gary McGrew, Walter Tidwell, James Leroy Dulaney, Jerry Moore, Orin Yates, Charles Jacobs, Orval ,Ma CHAPTER FARMERS-iFront Rowl: George Laughlin, Ronald Branch, Jim Banhart, Jim Jordan, James Stephens, Danny War- ren, Mr. Zimmerman. lSecond Rowl: Clarence Jackson, Darrell McGrew, Rex Bassett, Willie Laughlin, Jerry Jones, Larry Green- l32l Cook, Bob Delaney, Edward Foster. lThird Rowlz Ed Akes, James Brissenden, Jerry Golden, Norman Bumgarner, Kim Brat- ton, Robert E. Smith, Kenneth Benskin, Richie Matchett, Jim Ballard, Dave Briscoe, Bob Wheeler, Charles Benskin, Jerry E. Banhark, Larry Wilbur. wood, Mike Smith. fThird Rowln Glen Beard, Curtis Howe, Danny McAllister, Ronnie Corry, Charles Burk, Kimmie Wheeler, Gary Anderson, Joe Woomer. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA-lFront Rowl: Lana Kay Bryan, Joyce Phillips, Peggy Owen, Mary Lou Reddish, Jackie Graham, Leona Dow, Sally McCracken, Vida Dow, Sandra Andrews, Dorothy Bowen, Betty Laughlin, Sherry Sue Smith. lSecond Rowl: Joan Delaney, Linda Sifers, Roberta Shelton, Shirley Grimes, Dorothy Cochran, Marilyn Lents, Janice Dan' nells, Carolyn Brothers, Barbara Warren, Brenda Huey, Wilma Porter, Doris Weaver, Jane Ritter, Joan Daughenbaugh, Mary Helen Klein. lThird Rowl: Miss Bratton, Marilyn Farmer, Elaine Weaver, Barbara Hout, Karen Bradham, Dixie Lee Mason, Kay Eaton, Kim Farmer, Nancy Howell, Audrey Hanneken, Ruth Lewis, Shirley Schlabach, Rebecca Wood, Loris Bryson, Norma West, Nancy Eastin. lFourth Rowjz Nancy Wachter, Judy Creek, Linda Pearce, Shirley Bullard, Marianne Warren, Nancy Branom, Phyllis Craig, Lynda Eskew, Billie Marie Parish, Judi Anderson, Gloria Kuyoth, Jabqueline Pearce, Dorothy Casc- lari, Della Waggoner, Barbara McGrew. lFilth Rowlz Carolyn Dillman, Barbara Payne, Janet McCann, Jo Ann Darr, Jane Gentry, Martha Strange, Marlene Barnes, Bonnie Dulaney, Karen Fry, Peg Schenk, Delberta Dow, Rosemary Hoard, Alice Green- wood, Carole Smith, Virginia Smith, Ruth Williams. lSixth Rowlz Loretta Haynes, Linda Tackitt, Barbara Hall, Sharon Watson, Martha Sparlin, Barbara Hardy, Mary Jane Hogan, Trixie Baity, Carolyn Shore, Judy Greenwood, Mary Jane Brewer, Joan Coble, Rita Dunnigan, Nancy Taylor, Judy Parish, Joanne Porter, Elenora Haynes. Sugar and Spice Crowd Gives Style Show Future homemakers were caught up in a whirl of events this year. The 88-member club elected Mary Brewer, president, Janet McCann, vice-presi- dent, Peg Schenk, secretary, Lois Bryson, treasurer, Alice Greenwood, parliamentarian: Bonnie Dulaney, recreation chairman, Ruth Lewis, historian, and Vida Dow, degree chairman. The sponsor was Miss Brat- ton, and the chapter mother, Mrs. Harold Eaton. A Christmas party and a caroling excursion to nursing homes and the hospital marked the Yule season. Guest speakers at the regular meetings dealt with such subjects as proper clothing and cor- rect make-up. The biggest undertaking of the year was the annual Valentine dance in February. Queen candidates were chosen from members of the club. Selling mums at the Homecoming football game and giving a bake sale were the money-earning gimmicks the club employed. The girls also worked in the concession stand at the ball games. Staging a style show early in the year, the girls modeled clothes they themselves. had created. Later they sponsored a mother-daughter banquet. "HOW MUCH ARE THEY?" inquires Barbara Hardy, senior, as super-duper salesladies Peggy Schenk, senior, and Barbara Warren, iunior, try to interest her in a Homecoming mum that the FHA girls sold as a club proiect. STUDENT LIBRARIANS manage the mechanics of operating the book dispensary. Here Willie Thompson and Neal Mason, both librarians, check up on the check out method. Dewey Decimal Doers Expand Quarters The FTHS library found a new home this year as it took over the back of the study hall. Peace and quiet reign in this part of the building as students tread on a new green tile floor. An occasional pot- ted plant breaks the monotony of the neat rows of books and gives the library that "lived-in" look. For the first time, the library staff, with thirty members, organized into a club with Bob Clark as president and Nancy Eastin as secretary-treasurer. As historian of the Illinois Student Librarian Associa- tion, Georgine Buckleh kept in touch with members LIBRARY STAFF-CFront Rowjz Doris Taylor, Jane Ritter, Freeda Thompson, Suzanne Henson, Barbara Warren, Nancy Eastin, Rita Venable, Miss Pritchett. lSccond Rowlz Ilene Si- fers, Karen Murborger, Neal Mason, Nancy Branom, Velma Gill, Lynda Esltew, Larry McCrary, Ruth Williams, Ruth Crum- from other schools and kept clippings on happenings of the different state organizations. Student librarians were assigned to library duties each period of the day. They check attendance, care for circulation books, help students find ma- terial for term papers or themes, and give instructions onthe correct use of the card catalog. A periodical room, new this year, gives space for keeping five- year files of magazines. Students may use them for research. backer, Karen Bradham. fThird Rowbz Karen Grandon, Joann Dennis, Katherine Jenkins, Connie Lamb, Bob Clark, Paul Gallo- way, Carl McGrew, Judy Greenwood, Patty Bailey, Mary Jane Brewer, Mary Jane Hogan. Talking in Tongues The "El Circulo Espanol," Spanish Club, meets every two weeks to promote o better understanding of the Latin-American people. The group plays bingo in Spanish and listens to Spanish records. Officers this yeor were Carolyn Sichling, president, Kim Former, vice-president, Jean Kessel, secretary, and Gerry Potter, treasurer. Providing togas for the initiates, the second year Lotin students gave the beginners o fitting initiation. Latin l officers were Neil Maxwell, president, Gary Etchison, vice-president, and Cort Appling, secretary-treasurer. Officers for Latin Il were Judi Anderson, president, Stephen Smith, vice-president, and Everett Spitzner, secretary-treasurer. SERAPE OR TOGA, which will it be? Presidents Carolyn Sichling and Judi Anderson, tog themselves out in garbs representative of their organizations. LATIN CLUB-CFront Rowtz Donna Hemphill, Kay Eaton, Roberta Shelton, Sharon Quinn, Karen K. Smith, Bonnie Eleam, Linda R. Smith, Bonnie A. Buffington, Judy Vest, Linda Jo Dennison, Roberta Grogan, Bernice M. Rinehart. lSecond Rowjz Janna Rankin, Patsy Henderson, Judi Anderson, Karen Caso- lari, Tina Thomas, Alice Klein, Virginia Fatheree, Barbara Sutterfield, Judi Christensen, Judy Quinn, Sue Grace, Suzanne Henson, Janice Peavler, Miss Pride. CThird Rowjz Stephen Wilfong, Mike Warren, Jay Richey, Neil Maxwell, lori Kutlich, Christine Whelan, Sharon Riggle, Sharon Ann Peavler, Pris- cilla Wood, Dick Shipley, Peter Land, Keith Colclasure, Tom Mc- Cawley, Jim Wieldt. fFourth Rowta David Morefield, Bill Schoonover, Cort Appling, Jim Sulsberger, Ernest Brewer, Robert Beck, Robert Armstrong, Jim Yates, Gary Etcheson, Danny Wic- kiser, David Casolcri, Everett Spitzner, Stephen Smith, Ronald Dennis, Marion Oglesby. SPANISH CLUB-iFront Rowt: Gay Turner, Vida Dow, Shir- ley Barton, Dorothy Casolari, Rosemary Wortham, Judy Turner, Wilma Porter, Carolyn Sichling, Judith Martin. fSecond Rowjz Jessica Appling, Shirley Welty, Sue Crown, Shirley Rogers, Sandra Jenkins, Jennifer Smith, Gerry L. Potter, Racheal Cole- """5 . man, Jean Kessel, Kim Farmer, Shirley Bullard, Mrs. Davis. tThird Rowlz Jim Mason, Jim Smith, David M. Kimlarel, Tony Bonner, Phillip Fitzgerald, Donald Gibson, Mike Arnold, Bill Poehler, James Phillips, Thurman Forth, Von Strange. 5 lT'S CLEAR PROFiT, money-minded Business Club members observed when they signed up for the check room. Martha Sparlin and Judy Martin prepare for the first customer before a basketball game. Instead of the common "rumpus" treatment doled out to most new members, a candlelight ceremony introduced the first formal initiation of the Business Club during which each officer gave a talk on the three club symbols: leadership, character, and citizenship. To give the members a better view of the busi- ness world, persons active in different community occupations were asked to speak at the club's meet- ings. The group also made a spring trip to a business college to observe its operation. Leading the group were Brenda Kincaid, presi- dent, Barbara Hardy, secretary-treasurer, and Miss Spear, sponsor. This club, along with the entire school, mourns the loss of the vice-president, Edyth Sparlin, who died very suddenly during Thanksgiving vacation. "Tiger Stew" was the theme of the Homecoming float that the club designed. Also included in the year's activities was a Christmas party where every- one danced and exchanged gifts. And then, because business girls are business- minded and always on the alert to turn an honest penny, they took over the hat and coat check room concession for the basketball games and set up shop in the projection room. Career Girls Adopt Solemn Ceremon BUSINESS CLUB-iFront Rowjz Loris Bryson, Paula Bryan, Hanes, Janet McCann, Miss Spear. fThird Rowj: Barbara Joyce Phillips, Lindo Smith, Martha Rice, Barbara Warren, Gina Levitt, Barbara Hardy, Brenda Kincaid, Christine Whelan, Anna Buckleh. iSecond Rowjz Rebecca Stanford, Shirley Schlabach, Wolfe, Judy Greenwood, Karen Fry, Edyth Sparlin, Martha Sandra Pourchot, Gracie Bryan, Sue Grace, Nancy Howell, Linda Sparlin. T361 SCIENCE CLUB-lFront Rowii Mr. Mattis, Kay Eaton, Janice Connett, Tina Thomas, Sue Grace, Judy Vest, Linda Palmer, Anne Cherikas, Barbara Sutterfield, Georgine Buckleh. ISecond Rowl: Janice Peavler, Joan Cable, Bonnie Dulaney, Karen Fry, Christine Whelan, Jean Erwin, Lori Kutlich, Mary Jane Hogan, Barbara Hardy, Barbara Levitt, Gail Frederick, Edyth Sparlin, Priscilla Wood. lThird Rowjz Suzanne Henson, Keith Col- Future Space Tre Being one of the most active organizations in Flora High, the 60-member Science Club began last fall to work at the football concession and make projects for the District Junior Academy of Science Fair at Charleston. Those who won blue ribbons at district were eligible for entry in the state fair at Carbondale. Many members worked on modern projects relat- ing to rockets and solar energy. Representing the Flora club, Richard Farmer pre- sided over the district fair at Charleston in April. Outside speakers, films, and experiments conduct- ed by students held the attention of the members at the club meetings. The junior scientists made their usual trip to the University of Illinois Engineering Open House Mr Mattis sponsored this group and officers were Richard Farmer president Mickey Blackledge vice- president and Barbara Levitt secretary treasurer vel closure, Gary Valbert, Everett Pittman, Dan Riggle, lee Sim- mons, Danny Wickiser, l.arry Goldsby, John Bumgarner, Kim Bratton, Joe Glassford, Neil Maxwell, Jack Middleton. CFourth Rowlz Paul Rose, Cort Appling, Bob Clark, Jim Sulsberger, Dick Rice, Gary Etcheson, Marvin Thompson, Dean Erwin, Dave Tatman, Jim Henson, Mickey Blackledge, Richard Farmer, Roy Wachter, Norman Kitley, Donald Williamson. ers Settle for Fair WATEH ENLARGING AND IMPROVING the project that won a second place at the State Science Fair last year, Gary Valbert, senior, prepares to enter it in fair competition again this year. COME TO THE FAIR. As district chairman of the Junior Academy of Science, Richard Farmer has a mountain of cor- respondence before the district lair. PLIRIFICATIQN PLANT Famous for Figures Students completing plone geometry with o 4. overoge in mathematics and on all-school overoge of 3. were eligible for membership in the new Moth- emotics Club. Miss Eoton is the sponsor. Officers chosen were Gary Volbert, president, Jim Henson, vice-president, Lendo Lobertew, secre- tory, Christine Whelan, treasurer, ond Tino Thomas, scholarship chairman. The Art Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Lind- strom, storted the yeor by electing Peggy Schenk, president, Phyllis Hedge, vice-president, Joyce Find- ley, secretary-treosurerfond Tony Bonner, porlio- mentarian. An informal initiation, o Homecoming float, which won third prize in the parade, and o skating party were some of the yeor's activities. MATH CLUB-lFront Rowjz Miss Eaton, Joyce Findley, Janice Peavler, Suzanne Henson, JoAnn Anderson, Margaret Wilfong, Phyllis Hedge, Loris Bryson. fSecond Rowbz Sue Grace, Barbara Levitt, Karen Fry, Christine Whelan, Lori Kutlich, Lenda lclber- tew, Trixie Bcity, Joann Dennis. lThird Rowlz Neil Maxwell, Gary Valbert, Jim Henson, Mickey Blackledge, Richard Farmer, John Bumgarner, Everett Pittman. lT'S A GAME. Art Club members play charades with chalk. Jack Blocker and Tima Buckleh try to name what Kim Farmer is drawing. ART CLUB-lFront Rowi: Tima Buckleh,.Janna Rankin, Phyl- lis Hedge, Shirley Schlabach, Jane Conrad, Janice Connett, Kim Farmer, Janet Tatman, Dixie Wickiser, lSecond Rowlz Mary Ann luttrell, Joyce Findley, Karon Hobbs, Lori Kutlich, Anna Wolfe, Sharon Watson, Judy Parish, Nancy Taylor, Peg Schenk, F381 Von Strange. lThird Rowjz Larry Jo Thompson, Jerry Moore, Larry Greenwood, Eddie Burkett, Dave Briscoe, Frank Winters, Galen Sons, Tony Bonner, Arthur Hinman, Joe Morkin, William Casolari, Charles Lee Brown, Mr. Lindstrom. SIGNING UP Harstan subscribers, Kay Eaton and Gina Buckleh take Roy Wochter's order during the noon hour rush. HARSTAN STAFF-lFront Rowl: Phyllis Hedge, .lo Ann Anderson, Nancy Howell, Barbara Hardy, Jack Middleton. lSecond Rowlz 'l.oris Bryson, Jo Ann Darr, Rebecca Wood, Kay Eaton, Georgine Buckleh, Danny Riggle lThird Rowl: Dick Conley, John Heath, Christine Whelan, Judy Greenwood, Jo Ann Dennis, Barbara Leviti, Mrs. Uphoff. Recorders for Posterity Work on the i958 Harstan began last summer when Phyllis Hedge, editor, Barbara Hardy, business manager, and Jack Middleton, copy editor, attended a two-week yearbook institute at Indiana University. They were enrolled in classes in editing, business management, copywriting, and dummy planning. As the camera came out of hiding during the first week of school, schedules for organization pic- tures appeared. Staff members began a frantic search through magazines and iournalistic publica- tions to find pictures and ideas for layouts. Members of the Harstan staff and staff members of the sister publication, the Locust Log, got another glimpse of college life when they went to the Illinois State High School Press Association convention at the University of Illinois in October. Flora publications students almost burst with pride this year when they saw a series of three articles published in Photolith, a national yearbook maga- zine, reviewing the i956 and l957 Harstans. The advertising division page picture from last year's book appeared as the cover picture of the magazine carrying one of the articles. As members of the National Scholastic Press Association, the book is entitled to the organization's rating service. This year's goal is for a sixth All- American. To enlighten those who wonder, the name of this senior publication, Harstan, comes from the first syllables in the original name of the school, HARter STANford Township High School. Although the name of the school has been changed, the Harstan, of which this is the thirty-seventh edition, has become a tradition in its own right. l40l A HARD DECISION confronts Barbara Levitt, Rebecca Wood, Christine Whelan, Xl and JoAnn Anderson as they ponder over the food selection. get "TOO PRETTY TO OPEN" says Mrs. Ups hoff of the gift the staffs gave her at the party. Mozelle Perrine is in the back- ground. PLAYING SANTA CLAUS are Hostess Phyllis Hedge and Danny Riggle. Little sis- ter, .lane Hedge, lends a hand. Jn. Scribes Mark Noel Publication staffs pooled their efforts-and their foodfto put on the annual pot-luck Christmas dinner in the home ot the Harstan editor, Phyllis Hedge. Christmas records provided a rrusical background during the meal, and the party was topped off with the traditional gift exchange. Boys bought gifts for boys and girls gifts tor girls. ,Im "LOOK AT THAT AD, isn't it sharp?" Dan Riggle proudly asks of Sue Grace as they examine last issue's marked copy to find their "boo-boos." VOLUNTEER GOOD SAMARITANS, Martha Sparlin, Janet McCann, Gene Venable, Wayne Byars, Tom Zimmerman, and Bill Hamilton, fall into the swing of getting a newspaper "on the streets" by folding the "Log" and inserting Rotos. LOCUST LOG STAFF-Cliditorjz Sue Grace. lRiml: Glen Dawson, Findley, Elenora Whelan, Maxwell, Lori Kut sports editor, Danny Riggle, business manager, Joyce associate editor, Mozelle Perrine, associate editor, Haynes, circulation manager. lReportersD: Christine Barbara Levitt, Rolla Carter, Margaret Wilfong, Neil Linda Smith, John Heath, Janice Connett, Dick Conley, ch, Maynard Beck, Tina Thomas. . l Log Staff Goes 'Big "All-American," the news whizzed around the publication room, The Locust Log had finally done it. It had received the coveted award for the last semester of i956-57 school year. Atter returning from a two-week tutoring session at Indiana University's Journalism lnstitute, Sue Grace, Log editor, and Joyce Findley, assistant edi- tor, began working toward the goal of getting a paper out on the first day ot school. Sue won a first place award at the Institute on her editor's briet, an analysis ot the school and a tentative plan for the paper tor the whole year. 'ix 15? l42l El Y' Time' With New Rim Danny Riggle, bcsiness nicinoger, "f.our1:l up The ad selling compoign ci few days aTTer The Tire' issue was ouT. This neode planning ci IoT easier "Sign up Tor The LocusT Log" was The cfy of cari- paign Tinie. Taking The paper paid oTT. Subscribe? noT only goT all The FTHS news and ROTC mcigazine buT They also goT To go To one of The cill-schoo dances aT a cuT price, This year Tor The TirsT Time, o new puhlicoTior' room and rim made iT easier Tor The young iournalists To geT The paper ready for ThaT Friday nighT deadline Basil, The know-all-see-olleond-Tell-all hoolcworni of The LocusT Log, was The subiecT of The publicoTion's Homecoming TloaT wirh a slogan "LeT's Worm Ou' Way To VicTory." QUILL AND SCROLL members, Joyce Findley, Sue Grace, Phyllis Hedge, Nancy Howell, Jack MicldleTon, and Jo Ann Anderson, along wiTh Mrs. Upholf, Their sponsor, "cut loose" av The ChrisTmas parTy. These six Flora journalists help make up The eighTy-Thousand-membered inTernaTional honorary socieTy. Aspiring iournalisTs of junior standing whose grades are high enough and who have disTinguishecl Themselves in some phase of publicaTion work are admiTTed To The organizaTion during The second semesTer. FLORA'S PUBLICATIONS DIRECTOR, Mrs. Uphoff, is pidured here wiTh Ron Benson, represenfing The DuQuoin Magnavox, and Dean Theodore B. PeTerson, UniversiTy of lllinois College of Journalism and CommunicaTions, aT The opening convocaTion of The Illinois STaTe High School Press Association in The Lincoln Hall TheaTer aT The UniversiTy. Dean PeTerson gave The cone vocaTion lecture. Mrs, Uphofl and Ron also spoke as presidenTs of The Teachers' and The sTudenTs' sTaTe organizaTions, 11? Mmm.. BAND - lFront Rowj: Jack Middleton, Roger Bumgarner, Virginia Fatheree. lSecond Rowj: Ellis Goff, Suzanne Henson, lenda Labertew, Phyllis Hedge, Margaret Wilfong, Donna Hemphill, Janna Rankin, Judie Christensen, Janice Dannells, Ruthie Mc- Gonagil, Linda Lytton, Virginia Smith. lThird Rowl: Rebecca Stanford, Faula Bryan, Sally Jones, Kay Callis, Marilyn Sloan, Shirley Grimes, Georgia Griffith, Carole Smith, Billie Parish, Hours of Practice- Sharon Riggle, Edward Foster, Lori Kutlich, Linda Hanes, Loretta Lydic. lFourth Rowjz Jim Henson, Richard Farmer, John Bum- garner, Patsy Darr, Vernon Jamison, Keith Freukes, Gary Ander- son, Neil Eaton, Lenny Griffith, june Gentry, Jean Erwin, Robert DeVore, Joe Woomer, Stephen Wilfong, Eddie Burkett, Dick Shipley, Elza Jo Allen, Jennifer Smith. STRICTLY CLARINETS. Roger Bumgarner, freshman, lenda Labertew, iunior, and Linda Hanes and Barbara Phillips, sophomores, try their luck at deciphering the notes on that quartette music. l44l PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Saxophone players Jim Crackel sophomore Rolla Carter lumor Marilyn Bennett freshman and Neil Maxwell gunner hope so as they work on their selection for the band contest High Cost of Harmon The lorig road to the band room-a half block south and one block east! With long and determined strides, Mr. Johns, band director, traveled this route from the office to the musicians' sound-proof haunt in order to make connections for band activities. Cramped fingers and droopy eyelids were promi- nent at FTHS as entries in the solo and ensemble contest struggled to perfect their techniques. At try-out time members began frantic practice with the thought of first chair in mind. Five high-stepping majorettes led the band. They showed their ability and skill by twirling a fire baton routine that added flashiness to the football half- time shows. ln addition to a new director, the band has new practice rooms, a new office, and new storage cabinets. The underclassmen have their "heyday" when they take over the band at commencement to play "Pomp and Circumstance" for the seniors' exodus. POPCORN COMING UPI Music boosters, Mn. Paul Bryan, Mrs. Vernon Hanes, and Mrs. Charles Stanford, Jr., get the ballgame necessity ready lor sale to the hungry fans. BAND - ifront Rowi: Tina Thomas, Rebecca Wood, Jo Ann Darr, lSecond Rowlz Joyce Findley, Don Williamson, Rosemary Wortham, Neil Maxwell, Mary Ann Luttrell, Ulanda Ruger, Barbara Levitt. iThird Rowi: John Thomas, Elaine Hobbs, Vida Dow, Judy Parish, Jim Crackel, Kenneth DeVore, Marilyn Bennett, Carol Poehler, linda Hinman, Sue Venable, Priscilla Wood, Rolla Carter. iFourth Rowjz John Blanton, Marilyn Lents, Darrell Griffith, Gary love, Dick Conley, Judy Creek, Karen Smith, David Morefield, Pamela Wells, Robert Lee, Don Mattingly, William Casolari, Jim Phillips, Jim Smith, David Tatman. Songsters Tackle LEARNING THE "TRlCKS" to writing music is a big task. Rebecca Wood, senior, and Ruthie McGonagiI, sophomore, get tips from Mr. Johns, music theory teacher, on what goes with what in making good chords. SINGING ABOUT THE PIRATES, Bonnie Dulaney and Rebecca Wood, seniors, catch up on some essential practice for the operetta. GIRLS' CHORUS-iFront Rowj: Shirley Zimmerman, Janet Mc- Cann, Janna Rankin, Rosemary Wortham, Kay Eaton, Rebecca Wood, Ruthie McGonagil, Bonnie Dulaney, Linda K. Smith, Nancy Ann Wachter, Karen Smith, Nancy Martin, Tima Buckleh. CSecond Rowlz Carol Poehler, Judie Christensen, Bonnie Eleam, Pat Darr, Berenice Rinehart, Sue Grace, Loris Bryson, Nancy Howell, Rebecca Stanford, Agnes Whelan, Donna Hemphill, Sharon Quinn, Sandra Boyd, Marilyn Farmer. fThird Rowl: Joyce Findley, Bonnie Buffington, Phyllis Hedge, Jo Ann Darr, Jo Ann Anderson, Sharon Rinnert, Paula Bryan, Barbara Hardy, Gracie Bryan, Tina Thomas. Glenadean Taylor, Peggy Owens, Shirley Grimes, Janet Tatman, Faith Ann McLaughlin. CFourth Rowlz Lori Kutlich, Jennifer Smith, Barbara Levitt, Brenda Kincaid, Linda Hanes, Georgine Buclcleh, Sharon Peavler, Carolyn Dillman, Karen Murbarger, Dorothy Casolari, Rachel Coleman, Deloris Persinger, Pat Persinger, Ruth Crumbaclmer, Glenda McClusky, Lana Bryan. 'Piretes of Penzance' Venturing into a world of modern acoustical construction, fourth hour chorus members started the year by hitting all the high Cs and low base notes without disturbing other pre-noon classes. As the holiday season grew near, a search for Cantata music to sing for the December appearance began. After "The Song and the Star" by Fred Holton was chosen, prac- tices began in earnest. The damage from the mid-winter tornadoes slowed the participants on their attempts to reach the night rehearsals. After weeks of drill and work, the chorus and the accompanist, piano-pounding Rebecca Wood, presented the program, the first to be given in the new auditorium. An atmosphere of pirates and seaweed filled the air during the last semester as the singers began frantic practice sessions to prepare for the Operettc, "Pirates af Penzance". What a iob! parts were assigned, songs were memorized and rehearsals had to be planned, All of this accomplished, the bewitched choralers sang the spicy, old- English story with professional smoothness. Taking a big bow for the hard work, the 50-member chorus closed its books for another year. BOYS' CHORUS- lFront Rowlz Jack Middleton, John Bumgarner, Larry Goldsby, Danny Riggle, Roger Bumgarner. i5econd Rowjz David Tatman, Floyd Franklin, Carl McGrew, Keith Freukes, Bob Clark, Gary Etcheson, John Heath. tThird Rowj: Ellis Goff, Lenny MAJORETTES - Rosemary Wortham, Mary Ann luttrell Ja Ann Darr, Connie Brown, Patsy Darr, Griffith, Cloyd Eslrew, Joy Richey, Jim Mason. fFawth lavl: Jack Spitzner, Donald Mattingly, Darrell Griffith, John Blanton, Dale Kincaid, Wayne Lapington, Richard Freeman, Rebecca Wood, accompanist, Mr. Johns, director. Wi, '- CONGRATULATIONS QUEEN GEORGINEI Standing in thc reception line after the Homecoming coronation, Gina Buckleh, 1957 Homecoming queen, with her escort John Heath receive congratulations from Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGonagil. Homecoming Lets Cold weather and space travel greatly influenced the i957 Homecoming. Many individuals were caught off guard when the mid-November wind and the thought of Russia's satellite sent chills running up their spines as they watched and participated in the two-day festivities. During the busy hustle and bustle of the big event, students paused long enough to vote for the queen. At the first night of the celebration, spectators flocked from the banquet to the coronation. Queen. Georgine Buckleh and her escort, John Heath, were presented to the audience as they strolled to the "Blue Moon" setting on the stage. Three inches isn't much, but it was enough to keep the score tied l2-l2 at the Flora-Olney game. Freez- ing fans watched Jim Sulsberger, iunior, score both of Flora's touchdowns. The dance, with a "Welcome Alumni" theme, was the last event on the "big" two-day agenda. IN A CLOUD OF BEAUTY, Queen Georgine is surrounded by her frothy court, Kay Eaton, Barbara Warren, Agnes Whelan, Jane Sulsberger, Tina Thomas, and Kim Farmer. W 3 L My X ft ' I If . . ' ?f f 5:xZf 'KW V ' 7+ 'Q M: 4 , ,5 5 51 1' 3 V .7 ,' "HX 4' 5' 'iz f f f 'iz f ffimf ' gif? fi is .. - A Z ' ' is , , '4 a ' 4 ml' V '12-' nk fa lg, ,ae 4 , , 5 is 'Q AM . y . N, m "' 31.2 Q M , , W' If , Y f"'u f fx ,Q -.X 4 Z 2' 41 ' 1 Q 1. 7? 9 f . V 3 a B' 'fi 5, 4 kj f 1 F 5 giazxvyfr QQ, 4,9 , ,JK 42 4 ' Y ' 'A , '51 ' cy 5 'J va ju' 3,5 'Q ,Ik - .F F 1 1-1n,,x?g .- ' 'V QW ' A J if ?"'.i,'l'Lg6"'4f,i,"? 'ww ii' 2 M "Q, 1'?vffMa'f'-54 A , M 1 an 'M gm-,P J, 1 A 'cfm 4' T I 'Y 41+ 'ff Q f,,' .-is ' , wg A672 .f ' fe, :ffm , , ' 7 'M , ,Q ,Q "re . ' W ' . 1 yi 1 'MVT 4f!"i"'2 fi S, a In rx f f 4, A. fm M, A . 4 , 1 if if, mf,-, 6 "' f " H 4 19 v. ' ' Z J,,u,wa 2 . yan, A, V IM' ' 'wiz- fy V4.5 ir ' ' " . 4 f ' '1 4,30 x P' 4 ,sv ' ' V f M ' SURVEYING THE SITUATION, Mr. Dancey stands at the sideline as his team warms up for the Olney game. Wolves Have Gif Season The 1957 tootboll season did not reoch the expectotions ot the cociches nor the teorn. Although the record wos eight losses ond one tie, the good spirit of the squod never ceosed, Highlight ot the seoson wos the Homecoming gome with Olney, Jim Sulsberger, junior, who scored both touchdowns for Floro in the 12-12 tie, olso occounted for six touchdowns during season ploy. Lowell Pemberton, iunior, wos chosen for the All- Conlerence second teom, while seniors, John l-leoth, Roy Wochter, ond iuniors, Bob Clork ond Jim Sulsberger, received honoroble mention. Freshmon-sophomore tootboll looked up during the 1957 season os the squod rolled up o 4-2 record. Losing only to powerful Centrolio ond to Foirfield, the Pups detected Effing- hom, Solem, Olney, ond Cormi. About twenty-live boys were on the varsity of the end of the season, while the Pups hod forty-two. VARSITY FOOTBALL-lFirst Rowi: Rov Wachter, Danny Mc- Maxwell, Larry Goldsby, Paul Rose, Cort Appling. lThird Rowl: Allister, Joe Morllin, Gary Valbert, Bob Clark, Lowell Pemberton, Allen Jenner, Mr. McColl, Ben Grogan, Gary Knight, Vic Knight, Jim Yates. lSecond Rowl: Ronnie Fitzgerald, Stanley Davis, Gary Brewer, Ronnie Corry, Dave Welty, Arthur Hinman, Jerry Gary Etcheson, Jim Sulsberger, John Heath, Dick Conley, Neil Mobre, Bill Hamilton, Mr. Dancey. 1501 LINE: Roy Wachter, Dan McAllister, Paul Rose, Gary Val- Jim Sulsberger, John Heath, Gary Etcheson, Dick Conley. bert, Joe Morkin, Lowell Pemberton, Jim Yates. CBacHieldD: i'pn-f"""-u FLORA'S JOHN HEATH 1785 appears to be trapped by a host of Olney taclxlers. CLEAR FIELD AHEAD, as Flora's shifty halfback, Jim Sulsberger fakes another Olney player out of position. Gary Valbert U35 is trying to clear a path. H9 if-me M 3 WITH THE RUMBLING ROAR ol the crowd in the background, Vic Knight, David Welty, and Cort Appling, iuniors, concentrate on the team action in the last seconds of the Homecoming game as Flora struggles to gain those few inches for victory, CHOOSlNG THE HOMECOMING ROY- ALTY is the privilege of the football team. Christine Whelan and Danny Riggle, seniors, distribute ballots at an after school practice. 1957 Schedule VARSITY FOOTBALL SEPTEMBER I3 CARMI "There SEPTEMBER 20 NEWTON Here SEPTEMBER 27 SALEM fHere OCTOBER 4 MT. CARMEL fThere OCTOBER II LAWRENCEVILLE TThere OCTOBER I8 FAIRFIELD ,Where OCTOBER 25 BRIDGEPORT Where NOVEMBER I EFFINGHAM Here NOVEMBER 8 OLNEY 'Here We 6 6 I2 6 7 6 7 I8 I2 They I9 36 36 26 40 54 39 4I I 2 WARMING UP FOR PRACTICE. Paul Ron In pradicing extra points, while Ronnie Fiizgerald holds. LET'S TAKE HIM OUT! Dick Conley, senior Ion groundl and Jim Sulsberger, junior, combine forces Oo bring down u Fairfield player. 5 A LOOK OF DETERMINATION shows on John I"leath's face as he aids Lowell Pemberton C823 in bringing down a' Salem ball- carrier. Ronnie Fitzgerald fleftl and Robert P. Clark lrightl try to get in on the tackle. 1958 Schedule VARSITY FOOTBALL SEPTEMBER I2 CARMI l'Here SEPTEMBER lf? NEWTON There SEPTEMBER 26 SALEM 'There OCTOBER 3 MT. CARMEL "Here OCTOBER IO LAWRENCEVILLE 'Here OCTOBER I7 FAIRFIELD fHere OCTOBER 24 BRIDGEPORT lHere OCTOBER 3l EFFINGHAM There NOVEMBER 7 OLNEY 'There 7' Denotes Conference Gomes FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL lFront Rowj Lawrence Galloway Gary Walllams Bob Powless Robert Lee John Hatcher Robert Delaney Orm Yates Tom McCawley Vernon Jamison lSecond Rcwj Jnm Lapmgton Stephen Smith Jum Crackel Nelson Wlllnams Tom Owens Marlon Oglesby Jerry Harper Hal Wme land Bob DeVore Wayne Lapmgton Jnm Bryan Jerry Blocker I54l 4 .M,J..,.,.r, I ,L Mr Burke 1lThsrd Rowl Mr Conley Clarence Mormon Bull Welty John Blanton Knm Bratton Ronme Jefferies Jlm Neff Davnd Knmbrel Gary Love Frank Arnold Bob Beck Wlllle Thomp son lFourth Rowl Carl McGraw Jay Rlchey Carmon DeWeele Gerald Shipley Jnm Brussenden Larry Forth Don Morkm Mike Arnold Bull Schoonover Jlm Pickle Make Warren Lester Tackltt of x Football Story Begins if COACHES REUNION. Mr. Doncey, Mr. Conley, Mr. McCall, and Mr. Burke, football coaches, galhor lo discuss the latest in football plays. in Locker Room JUST THE RIGHT TOUCH. Dick Rice, senior, fills the foolballs before o long ovoning of rough and Tough practice. DIG THIS CRAZY EQUIPMENT! Gary Elchison, iunlor, and John Healh, senior, examine lhe additions of modern football clothes. 1957-58 Schedule November 22 November 29 December 3 December 6 December l0 December I3 December 20 Jan. 2, 3, 4 January 7 January l0 January l4 January l7 Jan. 22, 23, 24, 25 January 28 January 3l February 4 February 7 February ll February I4 February I8 February 21 February 28 VARSITY We They Louisville There 43 46 Clay City There 65 47 Bridgeport 'Here 63 48 Fairfield 'Here 57 50 Mt. Carmel 'Here 48 67 Olney 'Here 53 50 Canton 'Here 62 75 Pontiac Invitational Tourney Lawrenceville 'There 45 46 Carmi 'There 44 52 Fairfield 'There 50 60 Salem 'There 63 86 Salem Invitational Tourney Mt. Carmel 'There 57 79 Lawrenceville 'Here 49 64 Teutopolis There 59 6l Olney 'There 66 65 Effingham Here 67 50 Bridgeport 'There 71 57 Salem 'Here 66 65 Paris There 55 65 Carmi 'Here 79 7l ' Denotes Conference Games DEAN ERWIN AND JIM BRYAN U43 fight for a rebound as David Tatman HOD and Bridgeporfs Bernie Gray HU look on. VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD- 1Front Rowl: Jim Crockel, Bob Rowlz Gary Etcheson, Roy Wachter, David Tatman, Dean Erwin Powless, John Heath, Marion Oglesby, Harlan Young. lSecond Bob Pourchot, Willie Thompson, Jim Bryan, 'away B8 -Q. .C-. 30 BU ,3 ' 29,6 K ,pg fp- ? A Emi' ' A Ei SM 'L Q. 19 msx . .s:::,7f'5f.: 2 3 K Y .:.. 1 5? fr 4 9? X355 Vw wwf GRIM DETERMINATION appears on Bob Powless' face as he practices his forehand. Bob, a sophomore, ranks tenth in the Midwesi in boys I5 and under singles. Sports Bloom Out The i957 Track squod was noT Too successful, but Coach BerT Doncey's cinclermen were sTill minus o Trock on which To procTice. Quarter-miler Jerry Anderson, in his senior year, was The moin point-moker for The squad. He also represented The Wolves in The sToTe Trock meet. Freshman-sophomores mode good showings in The Tiger relays ond in The conference Treshmcin-sophomore meeT. LJnder The direcTion of Cooch Dick Conley, The l957 Tennis team compiled o respecToble 7-2 record. Both seT-backs were from o sTrong Olney squad. Larry Jamison, John Booker, Larry Goldsby, Lorry Meares, Dove Totmon, Roy Young, Gary VolberT, Bob Powless, and Bill Bowen did mosT ol The playing Throughouf The season. Bob Powless compeTed in The sToTe Tennis Tournament, as o freshman. Having its ups ond downs, The baseball Team, coached by Warren Collier, finished The T957 season wiTh o 5-5 record. Trying Tor ci reTurn Trip To The DuQuoin secTional, The Wolves were defeoTed early in The disTricT by Clay City. J, W. Slover, Jerry Anderson, ond Joe Silvey were The only seniors on The squad. WiTh several underclossmen on The Track, Tennis, ond bose- boll Teoms, The fuTure looks brighT. I TENNIS TEAM-lFront Rowln Norman Williams, Gary Val- Gene Venable. CSecond Rowl: Mr. Conley, Larry Goldsby bert, Neil Maxwell, Charles Carrell, Tom McCawley, Cloyd larry Meures, Larry Jamison, John Booker, Dave Totman, Elza Eskew, Larry Forth, Richard Shipley, Bob Powless, Bill Bowen, Jo Allen, Glen Dawson, Roy Young, Frank Arnold, Bill Hamilton T601 hay... , an Q JA BASEBALL-CFront Rowl: Ronnie Fitzgerald, Dick Conley, J. W. Slover, Joe Silvey, Jerry Anderson, John Heath, Lowell Pemberton, Bob Clark, Clarence Morrison. lSecond Rowjz Mr. Collier, Jim Crackel, Marion Oglesby, Jim Bryan, Stanley Davis, Bill Schoonover, Harlan Young, Don Williamson, Gary Denton. lThird Rowlz Jerry Harper, Neil Mason, John Adams, John Bumgarner, Stephen Smith, Warren Huffman. TRACK-lFront Rowjz Danny Riggle, lee Forth, Darrell McGrew, Jim Sulsberger, Jerry Guerrettaz, Roy Wachter, Gary Etcheson, Tom Owens. lSecond Rowlz Mr. Dancey, David Kimbrel, Jerry Blocker, Jim Cunningham, Nelson Williams, Ray Mc- Dannel, Curtis Ross, Don Guerrettaz, Maynard Beck. V-1 l6ll HIGH PRESSURE SALESMAN Jim Sulsberger chalks up another customer as he sells a pen to Myrna Widdows. thletic V. I. Pfs Clothes don't make the man, but at FTHS they identify members of the Lettermen's Club and the cheerleaders. At the sign of a blue wool and cream colored leather jacket, one can usually recognize the wearer as being a varsity lettermon or his girl friend. This club, with membership of those boys who have lettered in varsity sports, has used some new money-making schemes this year. Selling notebooks and ball point pens have been two of the proiects. Since slacks or ieans on girls are not allowed at school, cheerleaders at pep sessions are the privileged few. Varsity cheerleaders are Barbara Levitt, Bonnie Dulaney, and Chris- tine Whelan, seniors, Ann Cherikos, and Tina Thomas, iuniors. The five girls again this year used a "Yell it for the team" starter on their yells, According to some of the teachers, the girls led some of the most enthusastic pep sessions ever held at FTHS. Sub-varsity cheerleaders, Ruthie McGonagil, Carol Sich- ling, and Ulanda Ruger, sophomores, and Judy Christensen and Shirley Zimmerman, freshmen, led their team to a suc- cessful football and basketball record. l.ETTERMEN'S CLUB-tFront Rowi: Mr. Collier, Gary Valbert, Rose, Lee Forth. Uhird Rowlz Dick Rice, Joe Morkin, Stanley Dick Conley, John Heath, Cort Appling, Dan Riggle, Mr. Mc- Davis, Gary Etcheson, Jim Yates, Dean Erwin, Dave Tatman, Roy Gehee. lSecond Rowbz Ronnie Fitzgerald, Jim Sulsberger, Wachter, Mr. Burke. Lowell Pemberton, larry Goldsby, Jim Bryan, Glen Dawson, Paul T621 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-Barbara Levirf, Bonnie Dulcney Chrisrine Whelan, seniors, Tino Thomas, and Anne Cherikos iuniors. Flora's Official Goodwill gems BUNNY HOPPERS give the Flora-Bridgeport fans a half-time show. Flora cheerleaders invited guests to share the honors. A Sport THE LATEST IN FTHS girls' wardrobes. Barbara Hardy, Jo Ann Anderson, and Nancy Howell, seniors, compare the Flora Wolves sweatshirts as to the fit. GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-lFirst Rowjz Barbara Hardy, Shirley Schlabach, Tina Thomas, Judy laun, Kay Eaton, Kim Farmer, Linda Hinman, Jennifer Smith, Rita Venable, Re- becca Stanford, Glenadean Taylor, Kay Callis, Doris Weaver. lSecond Rowl: Paula Bryan,' Sandra Pourchot, Pam Wells, Jess- ica Appling, Marilyn Lents, Shirley Grimes, Ulanda Ruger, Pat Darr, Linda Hanes, Berenice Rinehart, Sharon Quinn, Donna Hemphill, Shirley Gordon, Rosemary Wortham. CThird Rowla Sharon Rinnert, Nancy Howell, Karen Casolari, Judith Grimes, l64l Gerry Potter, Shirley Zimmerman, Judy Creek, Dixie Mason, Martha Sparlin, Linda Palmer, Agnes Whelan, JoAnn Darr, Janet McCann, Margaret Wilfong, Judy Klanke, Bonnie Eleam, Miss Rasor. CFourth Rowjz Ruthie McGonagil, Gracie Bryan, Judie Christensen, Edyth Sparlin, Sue Crown, Barbara Levitt, Elaine Hobbs, Stella Stoops, Sharon Riggle, Lenda Labertew, Brenda Kincaid, Nora Tidwell, Linda Sehie, Karen Hobbs, Linda Smith, Sue Grace. for Every Girl To offer ambitious and athletically inclined girls a further opportunity for active participation in sports is the purpose of the Girls Athletic Association. Playing volleyball and basketball and building their tloat for the Homecoming parade were some of the year's activities. The girls sold sweat shirts and used various methods to make money to sponsor their spring trip to a sports event in St. Louis. At the beginning of the year, the new members endured an informal initiation. Officers were Jo Ann Anderson, presi- dent, Barbara Suttertield, vice-presidentg and Ruthie Mc- Gonagil, secretary-treasurer. " ' --LW' . 2. ,,m,,,,xf' it i 5 i ROBIN HOOD IN SHORTS! Terrill Corry, sopho- more, coutiously drows buck the bow, demonstrating the fundamentals of archery to Judi Anderson, junior. ARM STRAIGHT BUT RELAXED. Miss Rasor dem- onstrates the technique of serving u volleyball to Alice Ccrtright, freshman. Q u mf. 4 W S",j,,,, ' 'VLJ f I 1f',,.','f ' qs! ,. :,-, ' f' yi 3, 2? ,, . iw ff 4, 'TIM Q z 1, ' 53 9 ' T714 ,f'5f?'z1?2' pjigiggh w Lg wfg if, , Q. , n 33: fx .JA P g A H. mmf nga ' 1 v , Mai A 5 'M iv we ai dk-4,7 ff 1 .mag , NM 2, Q5 idk f ff. 45 xg F A 1 ag ' 'EQ 'wk'-U4 .4 ,talk Mi f 5 K ,. , 1' af" W5 fl. 0 YSOH3 I IGS ALL FRIENDSHIP CEASES when seniors and iuniors embark on their first big money-making proiect of the year. A Mid-September visit from Mel Taylor, maga- zine representative, starts the competition each year. Here he explains to Senior Manager Kay Eaton and Junior Manager Neil Maxwell how a good salesman operates. Even SENIORS Needed A Guide This Year Studying and listening to "Mr. Lee" until one a. m. was a typical ending of a day for most of us seniors this year. This was our last chance to make that honor roll or the National Honor Society. Our first big decision was to choose the class executives. We chose John Heath for president, Barbara Hardy for vice-president, and Christine Whelan for secretary-treasurer. To help guide our class the administration appointed Mrs. Julianna Uphoff, Miss Dorothy Pritchett, and Leslie G. Flick as sponsors. The class of "58" was not one to pass up the pleasures of FTHS. There were pep rallies, the general assembly programs, and the initiations which were quite different this year. Many eyes scanned the sky as we left the "sock hops" in an attempt to see "Sputnik" or the "Phantom Flying Saucers." We had "a ball" when the theater bug bit us, and we endeavored to put on the class play under the direction of the new dramatics coach. For Homecoming the class chose the float theme: "Let's Climb to Victory." Working on our float meant lots of fun and loss of sleep in our frantic effort to finish it lust in time to slip it into the parade. We again this year "hit the sidewalk" and knocked on doors to sell magazines and Christmas cards to finance the yearbook, the senior trip to St. Louis, and that big step, commencement. Receiving our class rings and exchanging those "monstrocities" we called senior pictures were thrills we will remember always. Our parents, now in a paralyzed financial state, are helping us to prepare for graduation. As we file down the aisle in our capped-and-gowned dignity, the ceremonious strains of "Pomp and Circumstances" will provide the musical background for the fade-out on our four-year career at FTHS. i681 JO ANN ANDERSON - Honor Society . . . Harstan Staff . . . O. A. A. . . . Locust Log Staff . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Math Club DON ATTEBERRY TRIXIE BAITY -- Honor Society . Business Club . . . F. H. A. JAMES K. BALLARD - F. F. A. . Football . . . Track JIM BANHART - F. F. A. REX A. BASSETT-Student Council . F. F. A. RONNIE BEARD - Spanish Club . . Centralia High School MARIE ANNETTE BENNETT - Student Council . . . Band . . . Locust Log Staff KENNETH BENSKIN - F. F. A. I 0 O JACK BLOCKER - D. O. Club . F. F. A. TONY DEE BONNER-Spanish Club . . . Art Club . . . Duncan iOklahomat High School DOROTHY BOWEN - F. H. A. O O O DAVE BRISCOE - F. F. A. . . Art Club LORIS CLAIRE BRYSON - Honor Society . . . Business Club . . . F. H. A. . . . G. A. A .... Junior Play Cast . . . Math Club GEORGINE A. BUCKLEH - Student Council . . . Harstan Staff . . .' Science Club . . . G. A. A .... Junior Play Cast . . . Speech Club X - uhm 'mdk SHIRLEY BULLARD - Spanish Club . F. H. A. DAVID D. CASOLARI - Latin Club ROBERT HAROLD CLARK JR. - Chorus . . . Science Club . . . Hi-Y . . . Junior Play Cast . . .Speech Club O O O CLETA MAE COBLE - Band . Chorus . . . Spanish Club . F. H. A. DICK CONLEY - Honor Society . Student Council . . . Football . . . Basketball . . . Baseball . . . Letter- rnen's Club ' JO ANN DARR - Honor Society . Student Council . . . Band . Harstan Stott . . . F. H. A. . O. A. A. O O O STANLEY DAVIS - F. F. A .... Football . . . Basketball . . . Base- ball . . . Letterrnen's Club OLENEDVVARDDAWSON-Bond . . . Locust Log Statt . . . Basketball . . . Tennis . . . Lettermen'sCIub DOROTHY JOAN DENNIS - Honor Society . . . Spanish Club . . . Harstan Staff O O O ' BONNIE DULANEY - Honor Society . . . Science Club . . .G. A. A. . . . Cheerleader . . . Junior Play Cast . . .Speech Club NANCY ELAINE EASTIN - Bond . Chorus . . . Spanish Club . F. H. A .... O. A. A. ELLEN KAY EATON f Honor Society . .,. Harstan Staff . . . Science Club . . . G. A. A .... Junior Play Cast . . . Speech Club O O O KIM FARMER - Band , . Spanish Club . . . Science Club . . . F. H. A. . . . G. A, .A JOYCE KAIHRYN FINDLEY - Honor Sodefy ...Band . . . LotinCIub . .. Locust Log Staff . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Art Club PHILLIP FITZGERALD - Spanish Club BROTHERLY SENIORITY allows Senior Jim Henson to commandeer the services of Sis- ter Suzanne, a junior rival, in tallying up the senior magazine totals. Eddie Burlcet lleftl, a sophomore, also is pressed into working for the seniors. lb-.c 5' O. 'Sf' SENIORS Trailed in Magazine Competition DELMER LEE FORTH -- Student Council . Football . . . Basketball . . . Track . Baseball . . . Lettermen's Club MARVIN FOSTER-Band . . . D. O. Club O I O FLOYD LEON FRANKLIN - Band . . . Chorus . . . Spanish Club . . . Science Club . . . Junior Play Cast . . . Speech Club MARY LUE FUGATE - Chorus O O O DONALD BRUCE GIBSON - Student Council . . . Spanish Club . . . Track . . . Football . . . Basketball . . . Baseball LARRY GOLDSBY g Student Council'. . . Science Club . , . Chorus . . . Football , . . Tennis . Lettermen's Club CAROLYN SUE GRACE - Student Council . . . Bond . . .Locust Log Stoff . . . Quill and Scroll . . Junior Ploy Cost . . Speech Club JUDY D. GREENWOOD - Honor Society . . . Chorus . . . Horston Stoff . . . Business Club . . F. H. A. I I I LARRY ROBERT GREENWOOD - F. F. A. BARBARA HALL - F. H. A. C O I BARBARA N. HARDY - Chorus . . . Horston Stott . . . Locust Log Stott . . . Business Club . . . Junior Ploy Cost . . Speech Club ELENORA HAYNES - Locust Log Stott . F. H. A. High- Ranking SENIORS Took Merit Tests SENIOR SPEECH STUDENTS Sandra Pour chof and Larry Jo Thompson learn that there are gimmicks in all trades. Books balanced on heads, they learn from Miss McMurray, speech teacher, help them gain poise. JOHN VERNON HEATH - Student Coun- cil . . . Football . . . Basketball . . . Baseball . . . SpeechClub . . . Lettermen's Club PHYLLIS KAY HEDGE - Honor Society 5 . . . Band . . . Harstan Staff . . . Locust Log Staff . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Speech Club ROBERT HENDERSON - D. O. Club JIM HENSON - Honor Society . . . Band . . . Latin Club . . . Science Club . . . Junior Play Cast , . . Math Club MERTON HENSON - F. F. A .... Football . . . Basketball MARILYN JUNE HOCKMAN - F. H. A. ...G.A.A. NANCY LEE HOWELL f Honor Society . . . Harstan Staff . . , Locust Log Staff . . . Ouill and Scroll . . . G. A. A ,... Speech Club JUDITH ANN IAUN - Chorus . ScienceClub . . . G.A.A. . Lebanon High School JAMES JORDAN -- F, F. A. . Football BRENDA K. KINCAID - Band . . . Science Club . . . Business Club . . . G. A, A .,.. Speech Club NORMAN KITLEY - Science Club . . . Football HOWARD LAIRD - Spanish Club . . . Football , . . Track . . . Baseball O O O CONNIE LAMB if Spanish Club WILLIE LAUOHLIN - Science Club . . . F. F. A ,... Football ROBERT LEE - Latin Club . . Football . Basketball BARBARA ANN LEVlTT Honor Society Band Harstan Staff Science Club Cheerleader Junior Play Cast LARRY MEARES Football Basketball Tennis JACK HAROLD MIDDLETON Band Harstan Stott Locust Log Staff Science Club Quill and Scroll Speech Club JERRY MOORE A Football Baseball JANET KAY McCANN Business Club H G A A SALLY McCRACKEN H Art Club DARRELL WAYNE MCGREW Basketball Track Lettermen s Club ROLLA EARL PEARCEgChOruS . Science Club . . . Baseball MOZELLE PERRINE - Locust Log Staff . . , Business Club . . .. . . . . Junior Play Cast LEROY PERSINGER LARRY PHILLIPS - Art Club MARY JOANNE PORTER - . . . . ..C1.A,A. BOB POURCHOT - Basketball . Art Club SANDRA LEE POURCHOT - Band . . Business Club . . . G. A. A. . . Junior Play Cast . . . Speech Club RONNIE RALEY -. Football . . . Basketball . . . Track . . . Baseball RICHARD RICE - Science Club . . . D. O. Club . . . Football . . . Basketball . . . Lettermen's Club DANIEL RIGGLE - Student Council . . . Harstan Staff . . . Locust Log Staff . . . Football . . . Track . . . Lettermen's Club jg-, PAUL ROSE - Spanish Club . . . Science Club . . . Football . . . Basketball . . . Track . . . Lettermen's Club PEGGY JOYCE SCHENK - Business Club . . . F. H. A .... Art Club . . . Speech Club SHIRLEY SCHLABACH - Science Club . . . Business Club . . . F. H. A. . . . G. A. A. . . . Art Club . . . Speech Club CAROLYN FAYE SHORE - Latin Club . F. H. A. Some SENIORS Prepare for Full-time Jobs NOT AN ELECTION BET, iust Hcrstan staff members Jack Middleton and Barbara Hardy "humming it up" between takes on group picture day. QUEEN GEORGINE BUCKLEH gefs congrafulaiory kisses from senior altendants. Kay Eafon and Kim Former. At right the sophomore ai- tendanf. Agnes Whelan, wolches. SENIOR Beauties Graced Homecoming Court MARTHA JANE SPARLIN - Sponish Club Business Club . . . F. H. A .... G. A. A. . . . Speech Club . . . Moth Club LINDA ANN TACKITT - Sponish Club F. H. A. O O I DAVID I. TATMAN - Student Council Bond . . . Science Club . . . Bosketboll . . . Tennis . . . LeHermen's Club LARRY ,IO THOMPSON - All Club l76I GARY VALBERT-Honor Society . . . Latin Club . , . Science Club . . . Football . . . Tennis . . . Letter- men's Club ROY WACHTER-Honor Society . . . Student Council . . . Football . . . Basketball . . . Track . . . Letter- men's Club DANNY LEE WARREN-HF. F. A. 0 O O LARRY WHEELER - Basketball MARY CHRISTINE WHELAN - Student Council . . . Latin Club . . . Harstan Staff . . . Locust Log Stott . . . Cheerleader . . . Speech Club RUTH WlI.LIAMS - Chorus . . F. H.A .... Art Club FRANK WINTERS - Art Club ANNA WOLFE - Honor Society . . . Spanish Club . . . Business Club . . . F. H. A .... Art Club REBECCA KATHRYN WOOD - Bond . . . Chorus . . . Spanish Club . . . Harstan Staff . . . Junior Play Cast . . . Speech Club JAMES D. YATES - Latin Club . . . Football . . . Baseball . . . Letter- men's Club ROY YOUNG - D. O. Club . . . Tennis . . . Art Club . . . Let- termen's Club . . . Louisville High School THOMAS ZIMMERMAN ,X 4 ' 'EQ i l , A Q 'W rw- C 'T L- -Q X . '.1.f-gfkivvr . 1 'Mi I 2 . .W ,gyms-as ,,.. -4-' tif 'C' lx lll l77l JUNIORS Judi Anderson Cor! Appling Judy Ayers Marlene Barnes f' Glen Beard Maynard Beck Mickey Blackledge Ronnie Branch Nancy Branom Gary Brewer Mary Brewer Connie Brown Gracie Bryan John Bumgarner Marie Bumm Charles Carrell JUNIORS Break Magazine Sales Record MALE JUNIOR EXECUTIVES Richard Farmer and Neil Maxwell are resigned to pa- tience as ihe female member of the group, Lori Kullich, searches lhrough ihe myslerious interior of her purse. Neil is iunior president, Richard is vice-presidentl and Lori is secretary-lreasurer. Tv? Q!-.... Rolla Carter Anne Cherillos Bob Clark Jim Clemenfs Joan Cable Keiih Colclasure Gene Conner: Janice Connett Jane Conrad Ronnie Carry Jim Cunningham Janice Delaney Delberla Daw Rose Draper Dean Erwin Jean Erwin Capture Free Cokes at Senior Payoff Cloyd Eskew Gary Efchison Richard Farmer Ronnie Fitzgerald Carolyn Filziarrold Gail Frederick Keith Freukes Karen Fry Q WWII? W Paul Galloway Maiorie Golden Shirley Gordon Ben Grogan M Bill Hamilton Raymond Hamilton Loretta Haynes Suzanne Henson JUNIORS Elected Math, Science, or Arthur Hinman Linda Hinman Rosemary Hoard Karon Hobbs Mary Jane Hogan Curtis Howe Warren Huffman Allen Jenner J 'R M- ! 'B-we 1 an fy iz ' Business GWR : ' ? Jack Jones V it 5 Judy Klanlme "-v : Q qi Alice Klein , -' ' -r .MSI-Q . K ,N an Gary Knight . ' 1. .. ' S I W' , sv' " V ., -' V 7 Vic Knight lori Kutlich Gloria Kuyoth lenda Labertew l80l JUNIOR HOPEFULS, Bill Hamilton, Richard Farmer, and Karen Fry, scan the posted play cast ta see if they made it, But ll "W""'9" Signed Up for merican Histor All 2- ...pup ? , J in l8il Ted Leathers Ruth Ann Lewis Mary Ann Luttrell Danny McAllister Richard McCann Ray McDonnell Faith McLaughlin Judy Martin Ann Mason Neal Mason Neil Maxwell Linda Palmer Judy Parish George Pearson Janice Peavler Lowell Pemberton Joyce Phillips Evereti Piiiman Bill Poehler Linda Rauch fs Jerry Reed g Martha Rice I 'Q A Kay Schroeder ,V 1 Linda Sehie N " J 15? 1' 3 Vance Shriner ' Jim Shroyer larry Smith Linda Kay Smiih Pia ' Q 1 15' Y Mike smivh Galen Sons Q ,, EdyYl1 Sparlin rig 5 , I Larry Stanford ,QV , J J "" ."' L ,,,, ff KJ. I 3 1-gf 'wr-Qfg' Pinched Pennies Joy Stanley Loy Stanley James Stephens Shirley Slipp Jim Sulsberger Barbara Suiterfleld ab-Wt an-W To Finance Year's Climax-Spring Norman Williams Don Williamson Joan Winchesler Priscilla Wood Dick Young Larry Whife Danny Wickiser Myrna Widdows Margarel Wilfong Jane! Talman Tina Thomas Donna Thompson Freda Thompson Marvin Thompson Jerry Trago Nora Tidwell Judy Turner Diana Sue Venable Gene Venable Judy Vesl Barbara Warren Marianne Warren Sharon Watson David Welly Kim Wheeler Prom W . l 1-, 'Z of Y' lu 11' -.-,-j '7 WHEN QUEEN ELIZABETH ll of England and Prince Phillip visited America in Oc- tober it provided America with conversa- tional ammunition for days. Although they have stopped to :hat by the Queen's pic- ture it's doubtful that the tall tale Sophomore President Jim Crackel is telling Tom McCawley, vice-president, and Agnes Whelan, secretary-treasurer, has anything to do with British royalty. SGPHOMORES Rejoiced at Moving P John Adams Ed Akes Ella Joe Allen Gary Anderson Robert Anderson Patty Bailey Albert Barnes Shirley Barton Charles Benskin Larry Blackwell Carol Blair Jerry Blocker William Bowen Karen Bradham Kim Brotton Carolyn Brothers Charles Brown Vera Brown Jim Bryan Paula Bryan yi. if 'thc .I - .. K ,. .,., , ,X 4, ,. ., Q 2' 2 'Q' el l1VtE,? J if Timo Buckleh Norman Bumgarner Eddie Burkett Wayne Byars Kay Collis Wayne Carter Dorothy Casolari William Casolari .loclnie Sue Caudle Mary Chasteen From Lowest Rung 'W-. 'H 5,2 Z -Nxt on Academic Ladder a a .V Dorothy Cochran , fl .lim Connell Q l.,.. ffm- Orval Cook f Terrill C orry ' by ,AA, : E James Crackel Sue Crown Pat Darr .loan Delaney Lindo Dennison Gary Denton ,. if 1 3' A ., ff, " Z Robert DeVore Carmen DeWeese Leona Dow eww vida Dow Rita Dunnigan Neil Eaton Bonnie Eleom Virginia Fotheree Larry Forth Joe Glassford Fred Goble Jackie Graham Alice Greenwood Carol Greenwood ww Roberta Grogan '19 l85l Larry Hackney Linda Hanes Audrey Hannekin Jerry Harper Patsy Henderson Herb Henson Lenny Henson Juaniia Huey Charles Jacobs Vernon Jamison Ronald Jeffries Sandra Jenkins Sally Jones Jean Kessel David Kimbrel Dale Kincaid Peier Land James Lapingfon George Laughlin Gary Lee Don Lewis Tom McCowIey John McClure Ruthie McGonagil Barbara McGrew "ilu b "i.,, , 51 125 4 i SOPHOMORES Found Going gtk!! 'ir' .QW aww -we -.ad Gets Carl McGrew Gary McGrew Nancy McGrew Dixie Mason Jerry Middlelon Don Morlcin Clarence Morrison August Neeley Louise Nichols Charles O'Brien Roug her i V nl V4 'ww ,W 1: ,. 'J wwf '5':'v" its 2 , . 'Q .., 'Sr "iv 5 ,.. 2? f K gsm Marion Oglesby Tom Owens Sharon Peavler Sue Perrine Barbara Phillips James Phillips Wilma Porier Gerry Poller Bob Powless Sharon Quinn Bernice Rinehart Sharon Rinnerf Shirley Rogers Ulanda Ruger Bill Schoonover Roberta Shelton Dick Shipley Carolyn Sichling Lindo Sifers Ilene Sifers Learned the Meaning of Midnight Gil 'ii , 1 SOPHOMORES CAROLYN SlCHl.- ING and Ruthie McGonagil loiier by fhe school mail box as 'hey share secreh and enioy o balmy autumn day. .,,,,,-W . v f i 4 WW' wi Wm ,, M571-m,, AJ' ' ' in ,, ia, .J 1w if ,,,"n.., Qi, Lee Simmons Marilyn Sloan Jim Smith Karen Smith Linda R. Smith Stephen Smith Janice Snell Everett Spitzner SGPHOMGRES Joined Clubs and Sock Hopped Jack Spitzner Rebecca Stanford Stella Stoops Martha Strange Von Strange Billy Taclxitt Nyla Tadlock Glenadean Taylor Nancy Taylor John Thomas Walter Tidwell Sally Tolliver Gay Turner Mike Warren Doris Weaver Shirley Welty William Welty Norma West Bob Wheeler Agnes Whelan Gary Williams Gene Williams Nelson Williams Orin Yates Harlan Young Patsy Young 1 r ,eq aww 'Win f. 6 if 'mv Q-Q 2 32-r '-119' I 3 ,ZW at l88l FRESHIVIE UNSOUGHT ASSISTANCE ai The pressure pedal gives Jennifer Smith, freshman secretary-treasurer, a face wash. Vice-president Roger Bumgarner supplies the pressure while Presiden? Karen Casolari is an amused witness. Shsarl Alberi Larry Amman A : ' 'fin '19 Z .V , Q f W2 ' M555 5 fab 4-ly ar an-4 5 ffm a Q 1 I Wh l89l Sandra Andrews Jessica Appling Mike Arnold Sharon Bailey Jerry Banhart Bob Beck Marilyn Bennet? Terry Blaclcledge John Blanton Sandra Boyd Ernesf Brewer James Brissenden Donna Briflon Judy Brown Bonnie Buffingion Roger Bumgarner Alice Carfrighi Karen Casolari Larry Childers Judie Chrislensen Rachel Coleman Glen Cooper Ray Corry Phyllis Craig Judy Creek Ruth Crumbacher Janice Dannells Joan Daughenbaugh Robert Delaney Ronnie Dennis Kenneth DeVore Eddie Dickerson Carolyn Dillman Kenneth Dingman Larry Eastin Jerry Ellis Lynda Eskew Marilyn Farmer Perley Farmer Charles Fafheree Edward Fosier Thomas Fulk John Gahan 'fa .Z ., ' v :15:f::':2-.-g,- -..1 mm- ' f E-I1I:?'I'I , ..i. V , .Z .gf 14 iw, ...wan . . -.:s!ll?Mpa: :Z V 'Q ,... , ,gil .4 Q .1 'Pu' K'A.l fu? s 4- Ai l 4 June Genfry Diane Gibson Louanna Gill Velma Gill Ellis Goff Georgia Griffilh Leonard Griffilh Shirley Grimes Judith Guinn Donna Hemphill Nola Hoard Elaine Hobbs K 5 g-tw! Judy Hough 'Q Brenda Huey Elwood Hurd Alice Jackson Floyd Jenner 4, Kathryn Jones Jacob Klein James Klein J .1 Mary Helen Klein 2 , John Koontz ' Gearold Krulsinger W Roy Landrelh J Wayne Lapingfon ' , A Betfy Laughlin 1 U gr Stanley Leathers , .L --0' Bob E. Lee sm- -W ' 0 . .L -i' 5 - yf - ,ef 55 Marilyn Lenfs iii na I Loretto lydic 5 f . '.l ,gi f -..: b A iViV Y i ' qv. ' 1 1 "' v-:Q I V' ' 45.9. John Cunningham Qu- A . Z: V V Lawrence Galloway fu .,,,3, 'N' Darrell Griffith M' ' M . 'M' Don Moflingly FRESHMEN Awed b Block-filling Building NOT ONLY A NOVlCE cf high school, Freshman band member Judie Christensen hasn'1 had much experience in tying men's lies. "B" Oglesby, obliging sophomore, lends a hand, James Neff Dale Nichols Peggy Owen Gary Parish Billie Parish Carol Partridge Barbara Payne Jacqueline Pearce Linda Pearce Deloris Persinger Pai Persinger Jim Pickel Carol Poehler Janna Rankin Mary Reddish Mike Reese Jay Richey Sharon Riggle Jane Ritter Patricia Sefton Sharon Shehorn Gerald Shipley Carole Smith Jennifer Smith Roberi Smiih Linda Lyiion Glenda McClusky Larry McCrary Eddie McGrew Nancy Marlin Robert Marlin Jim Mason Richie Mafcheft David Morefield Karen Murbarger 92 FRESI-IME if M .mfr 4. 75 I I' .Q - Sherry Smith Virginia Smith A REAL FIRST for Flora High, triplets enrolled this year in fo V Wan! ' e wwe "MOBY r:QM,,, 1 J 'nf -1-my lie :FWZ lieu H9155' ,ann 677, fr 'Q L Q., lhe freshmen class. Here James Helen and Jacob Klein ex- change books at the locker. 6 Q J, 4 rrrrr rii ,mm 1 ff N 'ii Z fizif, VI ,rr" -fa U' 5 V ire' .1 ,.,, ' -Vr,Z 1 J A: fs ,, V I I 4" ' W at A L, i J f ff If 1 Q K 2- f 'T V 1 9 3 l ,r Betty Jo Spicer Don Spitzner Sherri Stahl Barbara Jo Stephens Jim Strickland Jane Sulsberger Lester Taclcitt Doris Taylor Vernon Taylor Willie Thompson Rita Venable Nancy Ann Wachter Della Waggoner Elaine Weaver Leroy Wathan Pam Wells Dixie Wickiser James Wieldt Stephen Willong Everett Williams Hal Wineland Ronald Woods Rosemary Wortham Carolyn Young Shirley Zimmerman '55 ff A 'igksge wwf ,LQ Viva 4 pw' X. in U, I' le M,,wf5 fl, 2 l I v , I I 5,5 R X I i 3 , Q ' N R. I I PEACE AT LAST If your fomily orgues over who will watch who? ori TV ond whose doesh'T'?i here is The solution to your problem 1 o porioble sei from BORDERS RADIO AND TV SERVICE iHerb Henson, Richard Formerl FIT FOR A QUEEN Even Wifhoui o Crown ond scep- E 7' ' I r yome com molce ci queevly . my in W K ,.,:. 3 my oppeorohce ih ci Buick. I ill f me BUICK Moron SALES iGiiwu Buckleh, Don Riggiig FEET FIRST From the lore-sf Iods To The good old sfohdbys, you'Il find Them oll WILKINS SHOE STORE lffheerleodersi TOMBOY TO DEBUTANTE ,,. ,,,,,,,, ..,,. .,,,--uffmxg dm! .1 IJ, . S. O., .I I1'rIf- C'1Y 1 I 'rv - v1I'1r CDV Vflf L? Q,L'I'L:Ei:f1 "J "glV'Q'T f1I-II-"aff-F "' I,.J,,2. OLLIE'S FASHION SHOP , 3. W, MORE SAVINGS MORE SOCKS TI0r.I,1I Su C: N2 Wei' vmwi-I.13Iw FIRST NATIONAL BANK f O., Z DAILY DIET Read all The vefws of you Imoff he Te-mm, the INC ef, OI cause, Q-E THE FLORA DAILY NEWS-RECORD THE BIG SWITCH Transferring the usual girl para- phernalia from The old to the new is an easy Task with the large se- lection from which To choose at MAUREEN'S FASHION SHOP lNancy Howell, Carolyn Hilll ATTACHED OR UNATTACHED? The buckle Tells The daring siaius for girls who buy Their teenage crush shoes at MANN'S SHOE STORE 'Jane Mason, Carolyn Sichling, Ulanda Ruger SPUTNIK7 OI Course Noi' Its The NEW SWEPT WING DODGE rom WILSON MOTOR SALES iDodge and Plymouth Dealersi rMrs. Large, Barbara Hardy, Brenda Kin- caid, Joanne Porter, Marlene Barnes, Bar- bara Hall, Joann Dennis, Sue Grace, Bar- bara Levitt, Bonnie Dulaney, Georgine Bucklehm IT'S IN THE BOOK I know o '58 Ford's got every- thing, but show me where. FORD MOTOR SALES A. R. Smith Milton Smith lLori Kutlich, Tom Owens' NEVER MIND Your foce will wosh ond you con hove your clothes cleoned ot FLORA CLEANERS .49-w. ASLEEP OR AWAKE Home ec girls ond homemcikers too find their best rnoteriol volues ot J. C. PENNEY AND CO. fPeggy Schencki LONGER AND LOWER The proof is in the measuring of the new Chevrolet -All makes- all models - all colors - all prices IRA BROOKS MOTOR CO. 1Joan Cable, Mary Jane Hogant PARTY FARE Any get-together is a real party with COCA-COLA iRuthie McGonagil, Neil Max- well, Georgine Buckleh, Judie Christensen, Wayne Lapingtoni ' -x- 1,34 OUCH! MY ALLOWANCE! Even though teen-agers are reluc- tant to part with their shekels, they know you can't beat the service and products at MAXWELL'S S T A N D A R D STATION fGeorgine Buclcleh, Neil Maxwell BEDTIME RITUAL! All the supplies necessary to keep a gal glomorous are avail- able at FINDLEY REXALL DRUG STORE lRebecca Wood, Sue Gracel SOLID COMFORT Top off your bedtime snack with delicious Meadow Gold Milk and then dream on TIP TOP CREAMERY 4Sue Venablel DRESS UP! For fine shiny tailpipe extensions hub caps, and all other car face lifters visit LA R G E ' S AUTO SUPPLY iT. W. Large, Ronnie Dennisl . 1 ' 1-w.-Q EJ: F' ..,.,. 5 ,A . V "W 4 ::' 1.425425 g ,, :- M 2 'fiy 4 K 1 ,, W? 1 4 1 if 'I 4' f 4 iaf 1, A 1? 12 Y' 'S v , f 5' 1 ' M, may , , 1, WW: , Ali:-2 1 eww :Sify A . E , 1 fi' Q :rj Ju M ga? .. Q ., A5 vi 5 Q W f wif? 1, I3 e - A F56 sk af WW K ,mi uvuu , g A Mamma? " f " 1 ,..4 XMW f , :I A " 5 . ZW x I2-'V 6 ,,. , ,.,. 5 . 52 y f , K -gg W gm' ivy! ef MW 1' OOPS! To be prepared for any calamity, insure with STATEFARM INSURANCE CBonnie Dulaney, Larry Goldsbyl QUEEN CHRISTINE Saluting the queen of the 1957 Clay County Fair, sponsored by the FLORA ELKS CLUB lChristine Whelanl Sha .vs 4'-vs. YOU CAN DREAM For the symbol of that "spark- ling" future, choose the best at HINAAAFVS JEVVELRY fThourl Hinman, Jo Ann Andersonl PAINT UP TIME Any shade you want and even a teen-ager can paint a room with These handy rollers. N O R M A N ' S CREATIVE COLOR PLANNING fPauI Rose, Brenda Kincaidl GIVE ME A BITE! Who wouldn't drool over the luscious pizza from H O LLA N D TRUCK STOP IG-len Dawson, Barbara Hardy, Marie Bennett? Q EVERY STUDENTS AMBITION A Smith-Corona portable type- writer may be purchased on easy terms at ETCHISON BROS. APPLIANCES lMarIene Barnes! ROSES FOR ROMANCE The prettiest ones come from LUCILLE'S FLOWER SHOP lFreeda Thompson, Lowell Pem- bertonj COBBY LEE SAYS: If you want welding supplies go to MIDSTATE WELDING SUPPLIES 1Gary Etheson, Bob Clark, John Heath, Dick Ricei THE VERY LATEST Always in the fashion parade FOUR SISTERS MFG. CO. Uennifer Smith, Ruthie lVIcGona gil, Agnes Whelan FOR FANCY AFFAIRS Transportation by Pontiac J. C. BORAH MOTOR SALES rBarbara Warren, Bill Hamiltonl AFTER A LONG HARD DAY A daily 4 o'cloclc refresher is o must on every teen-ager's list. The place - of course - EAST END CAFE 1Myrna Widclows, Linda Hinrnan, Barbara Suttertield, Linda Rauch, Linda Palmer, Tina Thomas, Ann Cherilcosl 2 ALL THIS And groceries too. If you need it, you'II find it at THE IGA FOODLINER Uudy Iaun, Rolla Carterl Vritf' fl W M.. 4 2 V f1f?:"TS3 ,ffl N , , 1 Q j 1 lx I K YUMMY! Top oft your meal with the finest pie in town from RA N C H STEAK HOUSE lJudy and Walterine Pearcel ONLY THE BEST Is good enough for Flora's elegant new home economics department equipped by S I M P S O N PLUMBING CO. lCarol Blair, Dorothy Casolari, Carolyn Brothersl ALL SET Valentine Queen Candidates pre- pare to race for the privilege of carrying the prettiest flowers from F L O R A GREENHOUSE lBonnie Dulaney, Loris Bryson, Joanne Porter, Nancy Howell, Judy Parishl P TRONS ANGELOS COFFEE SHOP BELTS DRUG STORE BELT'S STUDIO BRANSON FUNERAL HOME MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BRISSENDEN BRYDENS UPHOLSTERY SHOP BURNETT HARDWARE BUTE SKELGAS SERVICE BYARS MONUMENT WORKS CAMEO BEAUTY SHOP CARTERS CLEANERS CHANEYS CLEANERS CUNNINGHAMS GIFT SHOP DAWSONS BARBER SHOP DELUXE COFFEE SHOP DICKEY AND LEVITT DOLDS SHOE REPAIR SHOP H W EATON AUTO PARTS FEHRENBACHER S NEWSSTAND FLORA HOME FURNISHINGS FLORA OIL AND SERVICE COMPANY FLORA SAVINGS AND LOAN GORTON CIGAR AND CANDY CO HANCOCK FUNERAL HOME HENSONS NORTH END MARKET HlLL'S EAST END TEXACO HOTEL STARR HOWELL RADIO AND RECORD SHOP JACO VARIETY STORE LEVITT'S WEST-Y CAFE MEYER AND MEYER, LAWYERS MOTEL FLORA MURPHYS WALLPAPER AND PAINT STORE NATHAN MARCUS SHOP NEW RANCH MOTEL RICHEY BROTHERS SCUDAMORE BROTHERS SEARS CATALOG AND SALES OFFICE SEW AND SAVE SMITH MCCOLLUM 8. RIGGLE STANFORDS CLOTHING STORE STYLE BEAUTY SALON TASTEE FREEZE THROGMORTON POWLESS DRUG STORE TOT AND TEEN SHOPPE UEBINGER TEXACO STATION WARDS ELECTRIC SHOP WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE WINELAND AND TODD WORTHAMS EAST END MOBIL SERVICE Stunt yu We would not close our contrnbutton to postenty wuthout aclcnowledgung the assnstance of those to whom we are undebted Our thanks to Paragon for the-ur cooperation to Belts Studuo for the nndrvldual photoaraphs to Spneth Studlo Benlce Studno and The Wayne County Record for allownng us to use thelr football pnctures of games we were unable to photograph to Mr Smuth and the faculty for patlence with our dlsruptsng actnvuttes to our advertlsers for thenr con frdence IN our efforts to our advnser Mrs Uphoff for standlng by 3405111 0 Press and its representative, Mr. Asher Blewett, . .. . . - a Adams John Akes Edward Albert Stuart Allen Elza Joe Amrnan Larry Gary Jerry Jo Ann Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Judy Robert Andrews Sandra Appl1ng Cort Appl1ng Jessnca Armstrong Robert Arnold Frank Arnold M1ke Atteberry Donald Ayers Judy Ba1ley Patty Ba1ley Sharon Balty Tr1x1e Ballard James Banhart Jerry Banhart J1m Barnes Albert Barnes Marlene Barton Sh1rley Bassett Rex Bay Mrs Elrzabeth Beard Glen Beard Ronn1e Beck Bob Beck Maynard Bennett Mar1e Charles Kenneth Ron Berry W1ll1am Buce Clnnton Blackledge M1ckey Blackledge Terry Blackwell Larry Benskun Bensk1n Benson 13 36 Blaer Carol Blanton Blocker Blocker Booker Bonner Bowen Bowen John Jack Jerry John Tony Dorothy WlllIUm Boyd Sandra Bradham Karen Ronn1e Nancy Carolyn 1m Ernest Gary Mary Dav1d Branch Branom Bratton Bratton Brewer Brewer Brewer Br1scoe 661 3335 37 52 62 8 5 26 78 98 4 35 35 54 59 3 69 3 7 3 Index Bryan Paula 36 44 46 64 B4 Bryson Lor1s 30 33 36 40 46 69 8 Buckleh Georg1ne 26 36 37 39 40 46 48 49 67 69 76 89 96 98 100 Buckleh T1ma Buffmgton Bullard Sh1rley Bumgarner Bumgarner Bumgarner Bumgarner Bumm MGFIB Burke John Burk Charles Burkett Edd1e Byars Wayne Bonn1e John John Norman Roger Call1s Kay Car ell Charles Carter Rolla 3 2 Carter Wayne Cartrnght Al1ce Casolar1 Dav1d Casoloru Dorothy Casolar1 Karen Casolar1 WlllIOm Cassrdy Don Caudle Jackue Sue Chasteen Mary Cher1kos Anne Chrlders Larry Chr1stensen JUdle Clark Robert H Clark Robert Clements J1m Cable Cleta Coble Joan Cochran Dorothy Colclasure Ke1th Coleman Rachel Coll1er Warren Conley R1chard Conley D1ck 35 38 37 44 B35 38 142 4 79 106 65 89 5 70 85 08 3 35 4 35 38 45 16 26 107 79 96 106 44 46 59 90 91 00 34 39 70 47 52 54 6 79 5 37 79 100 4 6 25 56 59 9 1 26 30 Delaney Jan1ce Delaney Joan Delaney Robert Denms Joan Denn1s Ronn1e Denn1son L1nda Denton Gary DeVore Kenneth DeVore Robert DeWeese Carmon D1ckerson Edd1e Dnllman Carolyn Dmgman Kenneth 210 32 54 30 34 40 70 3 90 101 Dow Dow Dow Dow Delberta Everett Leona Vuda Draper Rose Du Ina Duloney Bonnne Duloney Donn1e Duloney James Dunmgan nta Eastm Eastm Eaton Eaton Eaton Eleam Larry Nancy CY Ne1 Patsymae Bor1n1e Ellas Jerry Erwnn Erw1n Eskew Eskew Etchnson Farmer Farmer Farmer Farmer Dean Jean Cloyd Lynda Gary 33 35 45 85 13 26 30 33 9 63 70 96 98 103 22 30 51 55 7 62 1m 33 35 38 48 64 67 70 Mor1lyn Perley R1chard 313 2 31 7 78 79 l Dancey Bert Br1ssenden James Br1tton Donna Brothers Carolyn 33 84 08 A I A-AY.-,-AAAA,--A- VVYVVV Illl , ' v,,,,,A.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,., , 7 , 79 61 84 , V ,..,.-..., ,ftlff l 0 1 l -f---A----------'--------'--------'-'------' 33' ' "asss""""""""" """"""'s's' 3 2' gg ' ,,,,,,, ', ,-,,,,,-,,,s,v,,A, 26, , , , , 98 ' ""rrrrsArrA'rrrsrrrrrrrsrrrrrrr4srrr""""srar , - e,,,,,s,,,.,,se, e,seeeeee,..,e , , 46, 85 ' , ' c....................,c........... 51 1 ' s"""""" 'A"""'ss"'s"" 4 4' 60' gg - I - VA7f--,A.-,,A-.-Y,,,,-,,,---,, 35, 46, 89 ' , ' ,,,,-,-,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 18, 35, ' """""""' """' """"""'A'A"3""A I ' A,,,,,,,,-,,,Y,, ,,,,YY,,,v,,,Y,,, 3 3 , 35, 70 , ...............,...........,..,....... 32, 611 1 "iLi'1Q1i'f""' 'Q' 46' 32' 4012? 1 ,-+f-,---,,r,'--,,, 1 1471 611 70 1 --'-'e--eeeeee+A--"---------r-t 251 '51 99 , ,...,,.,....,,, 10, 21, 30, 40, 43, 1 ssrsrsssssssssAs--------"--"----r"rrrr-s- ll ' --'s"-'-'"""""""ss"""'s 44' 54' 95 ,6I ,I QI 03 , e,..,,,,,..........,,...s.,.....,, 32,85 1 I ................,.,.,.............,c 541 85 I y------,--,.,,,Ayyyyy 25 I 65I 78 , ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,ee,,,.,. 44, 47, 59, 89 - , ......,....,. .,..................s..... 8 2, 90 , ,,,,,,,,.,c ..,ee,e,ee 4 eee.....se... 1 ,32, 84 1 ' --------'ss sss' s'sss-'--4sss-ssss4sss'---rr'--- 7 8 ' ' """"""'""""'rrrr"'s'r 33' 46' 99 I IIIIIIIII IIII I II 33I 39I 89 , E,..,,,,..,v,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,,.., 20, 54, 55, 62 ' 1 .............,.,.,.,..,..,..... 1.11.------90 . 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