Frankfort High School - Capitolian Yearbook (Frankfort, KY)
- Class of 1954
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FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL
of our classmate
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MISS GWENDOLYN BEILER
our band director whose friendship and counsel
has helped to encourage us, we, the Senior Class
fondly dedicate this l954 Capitolian. Her warm
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smile, generosity, and vi
have left a lasting impression and won our deep
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story of one of the happ1est years of our hves
The Cap1to11an Staff of 1954 hopes that as you
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you W111 recapture those preclous moments
and the echoes of h1gh school days W111 befun
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MR C D REDDING AIND MISS MARGARET AVERILI..
Dunno Mr Reddxng s capable adm1n1strat1on Frankfort Clty Schools
have become a system of the f1rst rank H15 masterful planmng and
organ1zat1on keen 1ns1ght and broad foresxght have been an 1nsp1rat1on
not only to the faculty but to the students as well Under h1s competent
leadershxp our school: are constantly mak1ng Great strldes 1r1 the fleld
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SEATED Mr Owen Caphnger Mr FJ Sunerlm Chalrman Dr E H Bouton STANDING
Mr C D Reddmg Supermtendent Mr JohnW Games Mr Allen Prewnt
FAYETTE D WILKINSON
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Georgetown College B A University of Kentucky
GWENDOLYN J. BEILER
Western Kentucky State College, B.S,g Northwestern
University of Kentucky A B Graduate Work Univ
ersity of Wxsconsin, University of Kentucky, Unrver
sity of North Carolina.
University of Kentucky, A.B.g Eastern Kentucky
Stare College, Graduate Work.
LUCY JANE CRACRAFT
Spanish and Speech
University of Kentucky, A,B, , Unlverslty of Kentucky,
M.A,g Student of University of Chicago, Temple
University, and Saltrllo, Mexico.
English and Journalism
University of Kentucky, A.B.g University of Ken-
tucky, Graduate Work.
MRS, WILLIAM H. FRYMIRE
University of Kentucky, A.B., University of Kentucky
ANNA LEE HERZIG
University of Kentucky, A,B., University of Kentucky
BILL HERBERT HOGG
Coach and Physical Education
Centre College, A.B.
MRS, WELDON JONES
Randolph Macon Woman's College, A.B.
O. C. LEATHERS
Coach and Social Science
Transylvania College, A,B.g University of Kentucky
M,A,, University of Kentucky, Advanced Work.
MRS, O, C, LEATHERS
Mathematics and Science
Eastern Kentucky State College, B.S.
University of Kentucky, B.S,, University of Kentucky,
M,A., University of Wisconsin, Graduate Work.
WILLIAM C, SANDERS
History and Social Science
Transylvania College, B,A,g University of Kentucky,
M. A.g University of Kentucky, Advanced Work.
ELIZABETH C, SMITH
Latin and English
Transylvania College, A,B,g University of Kentucky,
EUDORA L, SOUTH
University of Kentucky, A.B.g Graduate work, Peoria
Music College, Columbia University.
MRS, JESS THOMAS
Health and Physical Education
Western State College, A,B,, Peabody College,
Morehead State College, A,B,, Morehead State
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CATHRYN ANN BUTLER
Class Pres, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Best Disposition, Library Helper 2, 4,
Panther Staff 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play 1, Science Club 2, Girl
Reserve l, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, Fifty-Dollar Club 2, 3,
Class V-Pres, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Giftorian, Capitolian Staff 4, F'ball
l, 2, 3, 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 4, Xmas Cantata 4, Speech Play 4,
Key Club 3, Sec. 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play 1, 2, N,F,L, 4, "F"
Club 3, 4, Brush and Pallette Club 2.
OVERTON CROCKETT PARRENT, IR,
Class Sec. 4, H'room V-Pres. 1, Pres. 3, Who's Who 4, Most Talented,
Panther Staff 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 1, 2, 3, 4, Xmas Cantata 1, 2, 3, 4,
All State Chorus 3, 4, All State Band 2, 4, All State Orchestra 2, 3,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys'
Quartet 3, Vocal Solo 3, 4, Band 1, 3, V-Pres. 2, Drum Major 4, Band
Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Reg. Instr. Contest, Solo 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 1, 2,
3,4, State Instr. Contest, Solo 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Outstand-
ing List 3, Key Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play 1, 2, Science Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Fifty-Dollar Club 2, 3, 4, Dance Band Leader 2, 3, 4.
RANDALL B. MOORE
Transferred from Bald Knob 3, Class Treas. 4, Capitolian Staff 4, Key
Club 4, Science Club, V-Pres. 3, Pres, 4,
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ANGELA RHEA ADAMS
Thanksgiving Cantata 45 Xmas Cantata 45 Music Play 25 Science Club 25
F,H,A, 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3,45 Pan American Club 15 Brush and
Pallette Club 3.
THOMAS WILLIAM BREWSTER
Library Helper 25 Thanksgiving Cantata 2, 8, 45 Xmas Cantata 2, 3, 45 All State
Chorus 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Boys' Quartet 35 Choir
2, 3, 45 Debate 2, 3, 45 Regional Speech Contest 1, 35 Boys' State 2, Tax
Commissioner5 Latin Club 1, 25 Latin Play 1, 25 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 45 N,F,L,
2, 3, 45 Fifty-Dollar Club 2.
ELISABETH GAMON BROOKS
Class Sec. 35 Student C. 25 Who's Who 4, Best All-Around Girl, Most De-
pendable, Giftorian5 Office Helper 45 Capitolian staff 45 Thanksgiving Cantata
45 Xmas Cantata 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45
Band lg Band Contest 15 Debate 1, 2, 45 Girl of the Year 25 N,H,S. 3, 45 Latin
Club 1, 2, 4, Consul 3, State Convention 3, V-Pres, Latin Clubs of Ky. 45
Latin Play 1, 2, 3,45 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Pres. 45 N.F.L, 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES ROBERT BRANDON 111
F'ball 3, 4, Mgr. 1, 25 Baseball 3,45 Thanksgiving Cantata 45 Xmas Cantata 45
Speech Inv. Contest 45 Key Club 45 Science Club 35 N,F,L, 45 "F " Club 1, 2,
3, 45 Pan American Club 2.
SANDRA SYLVIA BURGESS
Capitolian Staff 45 Panther Staff 45 Thanksgiving Cantata 3, 45 Xmas Cantata 4-
Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play 1, 25 Science Club
1,25 Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4, Sec, 1.
ANN JOYCE BURKE
Band 1, 25 Band Contest 15 F,H,A, 45 Girl Reserve 4.
JOYCE CECILE CARTER
Who's Who 4, Cutest Girl5 Panther Staff 45 F'ball Cheerleader 45 B'bail Cheer-
leader 3, 45 Thanksgiving Cantata 45 Xmas Cantata 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Choir
45 Girls' Chorus 45 Girl Reserve 2, 3, V-Pres, 45 N.F,L. 45 Speech Inv, Con-
test 45 Pan American Club Sec. 4.
BETTY CAROLYN CHILDS
Thanksgiving Cantata 45 Xmas Cantata 45 Panthtr Staff 45 F,H,A, 1, 2, 3, 45
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 3.
SUE CAROL COLLINS
Office Helper 45 Panther Staff 45 Thanksgiving Cantata 45 Xmas Cantata 45
Latin Club 1, 25 Latin Play 15 Science Club 25 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4.
CAROLYN ELIZABETH FUDGE
Thanksgiving Cantata 45 Xmas Cantata 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus 45
Choir 45 Music Play 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Latin Play lg Science Club 25 Girl
Reserve 2, 3, 4.
MARTHA WALKER GAINES
Capitolian Staff 45 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, State Conv, 35 Latin Play 1, 2, 3, 45
Science Club 25 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 45 Brush and Pallette Club 2.
ANITA HARRISON GATEWOOD
Thanksgiving Cantata 1, 3, 45 Xmas Cantata 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Choir
2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Majorette 2, 3, 45 Band Contest
1, 2, 3, 45 Reg. Instr. Contest: Solo 2, 3, 4, Duet 2, Ensemble 35 State Instr.
Contest: Duet 2, Ensemble 35 Debate 45 Latin Club 15 Latin Play lg Science
Club 1, 25 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 45 N,F,L, 45 Pan American Club 45 Commercial
,f XFQILWB5 Oaiestra 2, All State Orchestra, All State Band 4.
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JAMES B. GINN
F'ball 3, 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 3, 4, Xmas Cantata 4, Speech Play 4, Key
Club 4, N,F.L, 4, "F" Club 4, Brush and Pallette Club 4.
Who's Who 4, Most Generous, Panther Staff 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 1, Band
2, 3, Band Contest 2, 3, Debate 2, 4, Inv. Speech Contests 2, Latin Club 1, 2,
Latin Play 1, Science Club 2, 3, 4, F,H,A, 1, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4, N,F,L,
3, 4, Brush and Pallette Club 3,
HUGH S, GOINS
Panther staff 4, F'bal1 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 3, 4, Xmas
Cantata 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Latin Club 1,
Latin Play 1, "F" Club 3, 4.
IO ANNE HALE
H'room Pres. 1, 3, Student C. Sec. 4, State Conv. 4, Office Helper-4, Cap-
itolian Staff 4, Xmas Cantata 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Band 3, Majorette 3, Band Contest 3, Instr. Agcompanist 2, 3,
4, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4,
Commercial Club 3, Talent Show 3, 4, Fifty-Dollar Club 4,
BARBARA FAYE HARROD
Panther Staff 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Girls' Chorus 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette
3.4, Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Reg. Instr. Contest 3, Science Club 1, 2, F.l-l.A.
1, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club Treas, 3.
Key Club 4, Pan American Club 2, 3, Fifty-Dollar Club 2, 3.
MATTIE OINIEGA HLLLARD
Capitolian staff-1, F,H,A, 4.
JOYCE ANNALEE HOOD
Panther Staff 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 1, 2, 4, Xmas Cantata 1, 2, 4, Mixetl
Chorus 1, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Bantl 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Contest
1, 2, 3, 4, Reg. Instr. Contest, Solo, Trio 1, 2, 3, Debate 4, Inv. Speech
Tournament 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play 1, 2, Science Club 2, Girl Re-
serve 1, 2, 3, 4, N,F.L, 4.
PEGGY ANN HULETTE
Who's Who 4, Most Ta lkative, Best Sport, Library Helper 3, Capitolian Staff
4, Panther Staff 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 4, Xmas Cantata 4, Choir 4, Mixed
Chorus 4, Girls' Chorus 4, Science Club 2, Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4, Commercial
VAN R. JENKINS
Class Pres. 2, Stutlent C. 1, V-Pres. 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Best All-Around Boy,
Capitolian Staff 4, F'ball 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4, B'ball l, 2, 3, 4, Debate 3, 4,
Regional Speech Contest 3, 4, State Speech Contest 4, Latin Club l, 2, Latin
Play 1, 2, N,H,S. 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, District Conv. 2, 3, 4, St-ience
Club 3, V-Pres. 4, N.F,L, 3, 4, "F" Club 2, 3, 4.
MAURICE GLEN JOHNSON
Panther Staff 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Reg. Instr. Contest:
Solo 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, State Instr. Contest: Solo 2, 3, 4, Ensemble
3, 4, All State Orheestra 3, All State Band 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Debate 4, Reg.
Speech Contest 4, Latin Club 1, 2, State Conv. 2, N.E.L. 4, Dance Band
2, 3, 4.
ANN LETITIA LAUTHNER
Who's Who 4, Biggest Flirt, Capitolian Staff 4, Panther Staff 4, Xmas Cantata
3,4, Thanksgiving Cantata 2, 4, Mixe C 3 4- Choir 3,4, Girls' Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Music Play 2, Latin Club I, 3 2 3, Science Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4.
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PAUL MCDANIEL, JR.
H'room Pres. 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Best Disposition, Capitolian Staff 4,
F'ball 2, 3,4, B'ball 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, Latin Club 1, 2,
Latin Play 1, 2, "F" Club 2, 3, Pres. 4.
ROBERT IEROME MARCUS
Who 's Who 4, Tightest, Best Sport, Best Dancer, Capitolian Staff 4,
Panther Staff 4, F'ball Mgr. 4, Baseball Mgr. 3, Thanksgiving Cantata
2, 3, 4, Xmas Cantata 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Choir 3, 4, Speech Play 4, Inv. Speech Contests 4, Key Club 4, Latin Club
1, 2, 3, 4, State Conv. 3, Latin Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 4, N,F,L.
4, "F" Club 3, 4, Brush and Pallette Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Fifty-Dollar Club
2, 3, 4.
BONNIE ROSE MONTGOMERY
Transferred from Anderson and Midway, Library Helper 1, Girls' Chorus
1, 2, 3, Girls' Quartet 3, F,l'l,A, 1, Girl Reserve 3.
WILLIAM GARLAND MOORE, IR,
Who's Who 4, Cutest Boy, B'ball 3, 4, Xmas Cantata 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
3,4, Boys' Chorus 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Band
Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Reg. Instr. Contest: Solo 1, Ensemble 1, 2, 3,4, State
Instr. Contest: Ensemble 1, 2, Inv. Speech Contests 4, Speech Play 4,
N.F.L, 4, "F" Club 3, 4.
JANE DOUGLAS MORRIS
Library Helper 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 1, 2, 3, 4, Xmas Cantata 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2,
F,H,A. 1, 3, Songleader 2, 4, Girl Reserve 1.2, 3, 4, N,F,L, 4, Pan American ug , ,,
Club 3, Treas. 2.
MARY ANN MUNFORD
H'room Treas. 1, V-Pres. 2, Capitolian Staff 4, Panther Staff 4, Thanksgiving ft '
Cantata I, 2, 4, Xmas Cantata 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3,4, Girls' K
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, All State Orchestra 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Instr.
Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Reg, Instr, Contest, Ensemble gd
1, 2, 3, 4, Debate 4, Inv. Speech Contest 4, Speech Contest Reg. 4, Latin Club if
1,2, Latin Prey 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 4, N,F,t, 4, Talent shew 3, T
Dance Band 3, 4, Girl of the Year 3, Fifty-Dollar Club 4.
ANNE DOWLING NICOL
Who's Who 4, Most Popular, Best Dressed, Pretticst, Library Helper 2, Cap-
itolian Staff 4, Panther staff 4, Xmas Cantata 1, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Choir 4,
Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Counsul 4, Latin Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Science
Club 2, Girl Reserve 1, 3, 4, Pres. 2, Fifty-Dollar Club 2.
ELIZABE TH RUTH PULLEN
Student C. Sec, 3, Panther Staff 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 1, 2, 3, 4, Xmas Can-
tata 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Reg. Vocal Contest: Solo
1, 2, 3, 4, Trio 1, 2, 3, Ensemble 2, State Vocal Contest: Trio 3, Ensemble 2,
Band 1, 3, Band Contest 1, 3, Reg. Instr. Contest, Solo 1, State Instr. Contest,
Solo 1, All-State Orchestra 3, All-State Chorus 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4.
THOMAS CLARK RAPIER
Class V-Pres, 1, F'ball 1, 2, 3, 4, B'ball 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2, "F" Club
3, 4, Pan American Club 1, 2, Brush and Pallette Club 2.
Who's Who 4, Best Girl Dancer, Library Helper 3, 4, Panther Staff 4, Thanks-
giving Cantata 2, 3, 4, Xmas Cantata 3, 4, All State Chorus 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Band Contest 1, Reg.
Speech Contest 1, 2, F,H, A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial
ANN KENNEDY RICE
Class Treas, 2, Student C, 1, Capitolian Staff 4, Panther Staff 4, Thanks-
giving Cantata 1, 2, 3, 4, Xmas Cantata 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus
3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play 1, Science Club 1, 2, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4,
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JOAN LENORE RICHARDS
Class Sec. 25 Panther Staff 45 Thanksgiving Cantata 45 Xmas Cantata 45
Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Debate 45 Latin Club 1, 2.5 Latin Play
lg Science Club 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 4, Sec, 35 N.F,L, 4,
R. BRADLEY RIDDLE
Latin Club 15 Latin Play 15 Science Club 1.
BOWEN H. ROBERTS, JR,
Who's Who 4, Biggest Liar5 Capitolian Staff 45 Office Helper 45 Panther Staff
45 Baseball Mgr. 15 Xmas Cantata 35 Key Club 2, 3, Treas. 4, District Conv.
3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Latin' Club 15 Latin Play lg "F" Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pan
American Club 25 Brush and Pallette Club 1, 2, 35 Fifty-Dollar Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Who's Who 4, Laziest, Best Sport5 F'bal1 1, 2, 3, 45 B'ba1l 1, 2, 35 Baseball
Key Club 3, 45 N.F,L, 45 "F" Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pan American Club 1, 2
1, 2, 3, 45 Thanksgiving Cantata 3, 45 Xmas Cantata 45 Boy of the Year 25 We
SANDRA BOWMAN ROGERS
Contest: Ensemble 3, 45 State Instr. Contest: Ensemble 3, Kience
Xmas Cantata 45 Band 3 4: Maiorette 3 4: Band Contest 3
35 Brush and Pauette Club 2. WV!
1,2, 3, 4, F.H,A, 15 Girl Reserve 1,2, 3, 45 N,F,L, 45 Co ere' !
Class V-Pres. 25 H'room Pres. 15 Student C. 1' as o's omst
Looking Boy, Best Dressed Boy5 Capitolia t f 45 Panther St f45 F'ball
1, 2, 3, 45 B'bal1 l, 2, 3,45 Xmas Cantata lg Boy of the Year 15 Reg. Speech
Contest 15 Latin Play 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 2, State Conv. 2, Tribune 25
Key Club 3, 45 Science Club 1, 25 "F" Club 3, Sgt, at Arms 45 Fifty-Dollar
Club 2, 3, 4.
JAMES WINSTON ROGERS r M
CAROL ELIZABETH SCOTT
H'room Treas. l,4, Capitolian Staff 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 2, 4, Xmas
Cantata l, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3,4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Reg. lnstx.
Contest: Solo 2, 3, Duet 2, State Instr, Contest: Solo 2, Duet 2, Reg.
Speech Contest 1, 2, State Speech Contest 2, N.F.L. COHICSI 2: Inv. Speech
Contest 2, Debate l, 2, 3, Girl ofthe Year 1, Commercial Club 3, Latin Club
l, 2, Latin Play 1, Science Club 1, 2, 3,4, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4, N,F,L, 1, 2,
3, 4, All Snare Band 3, All State Orchestra 3.
PRISCILLA JANE SHAW
Xmas Cantata 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Choir 2, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 4, Latin Club
1, 2, Latin Play 1, F,H,A. 4, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3,
JOSEPH THORNTON SLOCUM
Student C. 1, Capitolian Staff 4, Panther Staff 4, F'ba11 Mgr. 3, Band 1, 3,
Orchestra 1, Band Contest 1, 3, Reg. Instr. Contest, Colo 1, State Instr.
Contest, Solo 1, Key Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play 1, "F" Club 3, 4,
CLIFFORD EDWIN SMITH, JR,
Class Treas, 3, H'room Treas. 1, Student C. 2, Pres. 4, State Convention
4, Who's Who 4, Most Likely to Succeed, Most Dependable Boy, F'ball Mgr.
3, 4, B'ball Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Band Contest 1, Reg, Instr, Contest: Solo 1,
Ensemble 1, State Instr, Contest, Solo 1, Ensemble 1, N,F,L, 2, 3,4, Debate
2, 3, 4, Reg. Debate Tournament 3, 4, N.F,L. Tournament 4, lst in Oratory
3, Inv, Speech Contests 3,4, Boys' State, County Attorney 2, Youth State
Legislature, Representative 2, N,H,S, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play 1,
Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Fifty-Dollar Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN FRANKLIN SNELLING
Panther Staff 4, Science Club 1,
BARBARA RUTH STIVERS
Library Helper 3, 4, Capitolian Staff 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 4, Xmas Can-
tata 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1,
Band Contest 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Play l,2, F,H,A. 2, Rec. Leader 3,
Pres. 4, Girl Reserve 1,4, Sec. 2, District Publicity Chairman 3.
THOMAS RICHARD THOMAS, IR.
Transferred from K.M.I. 4.
DONNA LaVONNE THOMPSON
F,H,A, 45 Girl Reserve 4,
PHYLLIS ANN THRELKELD
Capitolian staff 45 Panther Staff 45 Thanksgiving Cantata 2, 35 Xmas Can-
tata 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 45 Choir 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band
Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Reg. Instr. Contest 1, Ensemble 2, Duet 35 State Instr.
Contest: Solo l, Ensemble 25 Reg. Speech Contest 3, 45 State Speech Contest
45 N,F,L. Contest 3, 45 Debate 1, 2, 3,45 Youth State Legislature 2, 45 Latin
Club 1, 25 Latin Play 1, 25 Science Club 1, 2, 45 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 45 N,F,L,
1, 2, 3, 4.
ROSE MARIE TINCHER
Library Helper 45 Capitolian Staff 45 Thanksgiving Cantata 45 Xmas Cantata
2, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Choir 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 lnv. Speech Contests 45 Latin
Club 1, 25 Latin Play 15 Science Club 25 F,H,A, 2, Parlimentarian 3, Sec, 45
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 45 N,F,L, 45 Commercial Club V-Pres. 3.
EDWIN B. TUTT, JR,
Who's Who 4, Most Popular, Best Athlete, Biggest Eater5 Capitolian Staff 45
F'ba1l 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. -1-5B'ba1l 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 15
Latin Play 15 Pan American Club 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, V-Pres. 45 "F" Club
1,2, 3, V-Pres. 4,
DAVID LEE UELTSCHI
Panther Staff 45 Science Club 45 Brush and Pallette Club 4,
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FRANKLIN DELANO WALPERT
Class Sec. l, H'roorn Officer 2, 3, Who's Who 4, Most Talkative, B'ball
l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3,45 F'ball Mgr. 3, F'ba1l Cheerleader 4, Latin Club
l, Latin Play l, "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Brush and Pallette Club 4, Boy of the
F'ball 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Latin Play 1, "F" Club 2, 3, 4,
Brush and Pallette Club 4,
MARY Cl-IARLEEN WILLIAMS
Capitolian Staff 4, Thanksgiving Cantata 3, 4, Xmas Cantata 2, 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Choir 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Latin Play l, 2,
Science Club l, 2, 3, Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4, V-Pres. lg N,F,l., 4.
ANNE CLAVERIE WINFREY
I-lomeroom Pres. 2, Thanksgiving Cantata 4, Xmas Cantata 4, Mixed Chorus
1,2, 4, Girls' Chorus l, 2, 4, Girls' Quartet 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Girl Reserve 3, 4
SA UN DRA JEAN YOUNT
Library Helper 3, Band l, 2, Sec. 3, Sec. gc Treas, 4, Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4,
Reg. Instr. Contest, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Science Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserve l,
3, 4, Pan American Club l, 2, Commercial Club 3, Fifty-Dollar Club 4.
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We the Senrors of Frankfort Hlgh School do hereby make and declare th1s
to be our last w1ll and testament hereby revoklng and maklng vo1d all former
w1lls or prom1ses at anyt1me heretofore 1n the form and manner as follows
I Joan R1chards leave my natural blond ha1r to Jean Rank1n She has tr1ed
I Thomas Brewster leave my ab1l1ty to get g1rls to r1de on my motorcycle
to Wyatt Duvall
I Jane Morr1s leave my 1nterest IH a certaln sophomore boy to Patt1 Thomas
Darn 1t' '
I Marty Ga1nes leave my park1ng place 1n front of school to anyone who thrnks
he has a car b1g enough to f1ll It
I Byrl Purv1s leave my ab1l1ty to tell tall tales to Donn1e Tate
I Ann Butler w1ll my post at MISS Brewer s penc1l sharpener to any future
sen1or couple lucky enough to get 1n the same homeroom
Joe Slocum leave to del1ver my everlovln' paper routes
Phylhs Threlkeld leave my brg horn to anyone who 1S fool enough to carry
I Anne W1nfrey leave my ab1l1ty to get one man and hold h1m to Cathy Thomas
Good luck k1d'
Chfford Smlth leave my ab1l1ty to get out of class to any underclassman
capable of gett1ng by w1th lt
I Joyce Hood leave my ab1l1ty to make good grades 1n geometry to anyone who
I Bobby Marcus leave my job as a "flunk1e" football manager of F H o to
whoever can take lt standmg up
I Ann RICE leave Norman darn 1t'
I Allen Prew1tt leave my ab1l1ty to speak before large aud1ences to "Butter
B111 ' Bolner
We Mary Ann Munford and Tony Parrent leave our ab1l1ty to never argue to
I Sandra Burgess leave my long ha1r to any g1rl who has the pat1ence to put
up w1th lt
I Anne Dowhng N1col leave my ab1l1ty to go w1th the football capta1n to Lynda
I Glen Johnson bequeath to Mary Ann Holmes my ab1l1ty to square dance
I Ann Lauthner leave my fl1rtat1ous ways to next year's freshmen But
from what I hear they re not gorng to need them
I Rose Tlncher leave my blush1ng ab1l1ty to Mary Jane Nunley That's one
way of gett1ng r1d of lt
I Dav1d Ueltsch1 leave noth1ng I m taklng everyth1ng w1th me
I Sue Carol Coll1ns leave my ab1l1ty to sm1le 1n the halls of F H S to anyone
who needs lt
I Carolyn Fudge leave my ab1l1ty to get to school on t1me to Joyce Braun
We Juett Roemele and Franklln Walpert leave our ab1l1ty to get caught do1ng
the wrong thmgs at the wrong t1me to any trouble maker 1n the Jun1or class
I Jane Shaw leave my B average 1n math to Kathryne Lee St1vers who could
use a l1ttle l1ft
I Ann Rhody leave my brother Donn1e to carry on the fam1ly trad1t1on
I Bob Whalen leave my ab1l1ty as a Champ1on cook to Ronme Walpert
I Carol Scott leave my soft low vo1ce to Jane Oates 1n hope that she w1ll
We Angela Adams and Donna Thompson leave our seats 1n Jerry Flynn's car
to anyone who th1nks he can squeeze 1n ""'
I Winston Rogers leave Anne Gr1ff1th to all her g1rl fr1ends Hands off boys'
I Betsy Brooks leave my ab1l1ty to do and say the wrong thxng at the wrong
t1me to Mar1am Marshall
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Junior who thinks he might survive the ordeal.
I, Bonnie Montgomery, leave my interest in the Elkhorn boys to Janice Henrdon,
I, Ann Joyce Burke, leave my seat in third period history class to Wanda Rogers
unless she has better luck than I did.
I, Jimmy Ginn, leave my seat in detention hall to any one who might need it next
I, Anne Goedecke, scratch out, leaving Ann Ely without a ride.
I, Betsy Pullen, leave my ability to cause confusion in Physics class to any
likely Junior girl.
We, Sonny Moore and Jimmy Brandon, leave Suzanne and Pat to each other. fThat
means Qlboys keep away!l
I, Charleen Williams, leave my ability to be late and get away with it to my sister
I, Sandra Rogers, leave Jack South to any Junior who may enjoy saying "don't! "
in study hall.
I, Paul McDaniel, leave my ability to inspire the football team with choice words
and phrases to Jimmy Odell.
I, Saundra Yount, leave my parking place to any Junior who drives a car or jeep
1 I- Cunkie Roberts, leave my great ability to lie and get away with it to Sherley
I, Mattie Hellard Rose, leave my ability to collect engagement rings to Margie
Harrod. Does she need it?
I Eddie Tutt leave with Juett Roemele and Franklin Walpert
I Jo Ann Hale leave my ability to go with the biggest liar in the Senior class
to Jimmy Harrod's prospective girl friends
I Joyce Carter leave my cheer leading ability to Jane Oates I'm sure she
will make a good one
I Van Jenkins leave my fan club to be distributed among the lower clas smen
Remember not more than one to a customer
I Anita Gatewood leave my place as drum majorette to Marcia Buettner Ball
I Billy Hawkins leave my ability to arrive at school everyday t'o Chester
Snelling He really needs it'
I Hugh Goins leave all the local girls to my "handsome brother Dudley I m
off for greener pastures
I Peggy Hulette leave my naturally curly hair to Julie Clark
I Bradley Riddle leave my funny books to Norman Johnson they might keep
him out of the halls
I Barbara Harrod leave my ability to drive the teachers crazy to any one willing
to take up where I left off'
I Clark Rapier leave my ability to keep my mouth shut to Jay Cullen He needs
I Betty Childs leave my shorthand characters to next year s shorthand class
I John Snelling leave my ability to stay home and watch T V and get away with
it to anyone who can do it
I Barbara Stivers leave my football captain to any girl who thinks she can
I Tommy Thomas leave my ability to get stopped by the police to Louis Stivers
In witness thereof we the class of '54 have to this our will set our hands and
seal this first day of June one thousand nine hundred and fifty four
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A decade has passed s1nce the class of 54 graduated from F H S A class
reunlon 15 belng held tonlght at the Campbell House 1n Lex1ngton Kentucky Ann
R1ce and Joe Slocum who planned th1s reun1on are wa1t1ng to welcome the froth
dregs and 1n betweens who were members of that class Ann now l1v1ng 1n
Ch1na 1S 1n the r1ce bus1ness and Joe 15 an ass1stant ba1t boy on a barracuda
barge Let's hear from the other members of the class as they are announced at
Here comes TOMMY BREWSTER the famed arch1tect who des1gned Frank
fort's tallest skyscraper the Coll r Bu1ld1ng He IS now workmg on the plans
for a new gymnas1um for Frankfort H1gh School W1th Tommy IS h1s lovely sec
retary BONNIE MONTGOMERY
Fo1low1nf1 them are CHARLEEN WILLIAMS ch1ef of the Women s Detect1ve
Agcncy and her bodyguard SANDRA BURGESS Wlth them enJoy1ng her last
meal 1S the1r most recent catch MATTIE HELLARD arrested for pract1c1ng
polyandry fhax 1ng too many husbands
Sports now enter th p1cturc as EDDIE TUTT the famous manager Ol tne
B L1ners the lead1ng profess1onal football team and h1s star guard JIMMY
BRANDON hav just arr1v d
Looklng across the room toward the band stand we see JANE MORRIS the
well known vocal1st now app ar1ng at Paramount Theater 1D New York talk1ng
to TONY PARRENT Tony IS manager of Ph1l Sp1ta1ny s All G1rl Orchestra
They seem to be d1scuss1ng Wh1Ch numbers to 1nclude on the program tomght
DONNA THOMPSON the M C on the telev1s1on show Mum s the Word ' 1S
com1ng 1n W1th SUE CAROL COLLINS her star panehst Just beh1nd them 15
CAROL SCOTT the dean of M1ss Hackaday s School for G1rls 1n Texas
What s that thump? Oh 1t's just SONNY MOORE h1tt1ng h1s head on the door
way He s demonstratmg h1S newest elevator shoes Follow1ng h1m are ALLEN
PREWITT and CLIFFORD SMITH d1st1ngu1shed Bluegrass farmers d1scuss1ng
"How to br1be football players 1nto cuttlng tobacco "
And here comes CAROLYN FUDGE, the f1rst woman to run the Y M.C A
Wlth her 1S ANNE WINFREY, her star volleyball player. Anne IS also the pres
1dent of Claxon Truck LIHSS
And now I see PHYLLIS THRELKELD, the owner of the Derby w1nner "L1ttle
F1zzle " Accompany1ng her 1S RANDALL "FIZZLING" MOORE, the Jockey who
rode the horse to VICIOTY Randall 15 the only Jockey to have r1dden SIX stra1ght
"Roll out the carpet"' "Str1ke up the ban:1"' Here comes the Queen of the
Mardl Gras' ANNE DOWLING NICOL' ' Escort1ng her 1S BYRL PURVIS, a re
nowned lecturer on "How to W1n Fr1ends and Influence People " He had Just com
pleted a lecture tour to New Orleans and escorted Anne Dow11ng back to Frankfort
Who's that tusshng at the door? Oh, 1t's that famous tag team, HUGH GOINS
and ANN JOYCE BURKE Beh1nd them IS JOHN SNELLING, manager of the Stork
Club, escort1ng h1S hat check g1rl, lovely JOYCE CARTER And here come two
g1rls who cont1nued the1r stud1es started at Frankfort Hlgh School, BARBARA
STIVERS, the nat1onal counselor of the Future Homemakers of Amer1ca, and
BETSY PULLEN, a pharmac1st here 1n Frankfort
Hold on to your hats, g1rls, because the best catch of 1964 1S com1ng through
the door It 1S none other than JUETT ROEMELE, the most sought after bachelor
IH Amer1ca' Who's that W1th hlfflo It's FRANKLIN WALPERT, the newest come
d1an to break 1nto show bus1ness Frankl1n IS currently appearmg at the Club
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RICHARDS, the noted dress designer, and with her is BETSY BROOKS, who is a
Latin interpreter for the United Nations.
They are coming from all over the country! Arriving from Florida is
SAUNDRA YOUNT proprietor of Ebb Tide, famous Miami resort, and JANE
SHAW, who was recently voted "Miss Miami."
Hear that noise outside? It's TOMMY THOMAS, the national hot rod champion,
driving up in his favorite racer,"Luscious Lois, "With him are BILLY HAWKINS
and JIMMY GINN, who are co-owners of the "Hop Up Garage."
There's MARY ANN MUNFORD, a wealthy socialite now residing in Boston.
And from the other side of the world comes ANN LAUTHNER, who has given
much of her time and talent entertaining the saltminers in Siberia. The stew-
ardess on the plane on which she returned was ANGELA ADAMS.
We never thought we would see the day when BOBBY WHALEN would be with
the New York Yankees, but now that he is out of the Marines he is proving his
worth to that team by selling programs in the stands. Of course, you have to start
somewhere! After him come two prominent Frankfort businessmen. One of them
is CUNKIE ROBERTS, who runs that fine men's apparel store, "Cunkie's Clip
Joint, " where you "lift" what you want and get the bill later. Cunkie's most re-
liable store detective is GLEN JOHNSON The other man is DAVID UELTSCHI
owner of the White Light System His motto is Come in at ten two or five our
h mburgers are always al1ve"'
It seems that SANDRA ROGERS has gone on with her baton twirling She is
now a member of the baton twirling unit of the Barnum Sz Bailey Circus PEGGY
HULETTE is the star trapeze artist for the same circus
CLARK RAPIER now a commercial artist located in Hollywood just arrived
escorting his latest model ROSE TINCHER Rose 1S one of the models for the
Some businessmen of Lexington are represented here tonight We see WIN
STON ROGERS who runs the "LaFayette ' Parking Lot and BRADLEY RIDDLE
who tests cigarettes for P Lorillard gl Co checking their coats
Two musicians Just walked in and guess who they are? JOYCE HOOD and
ANITA GATEWOOD who play flute and French horn respectively in the New
York Philharmonic Orchestra The doors are really opening wide for that glee
some threesome BETTY CHILDS JO ANNE HALE and ANN BUTLER They
have been soaking up some sun on the French Riviera as guests of ex King
Following them are BARBARA HARROD feature writer for the Chicago Sun
and PAUL MCDANIEL who runs the largest used car lot east of the Mississippi
Well this just about takes care of everybody Hold it' A wire has Just been
handed me' A plane from New York has been grounded carrying some members
of this gathering' Another plane 1S being chartered' We will have to start the
dinner without them No here they come Here IS VAN JENKINS owner of one
of the most elaborate modeling agencies and his loveliest model ANN RHODY
Behind them is BOBBY MARCUS owner of Marcel s Fifth Avenue Jewelry store
that tops all Jewelry stores' If you don t believe lt 1ust ask hlm He is squiring
ANNE GOEDECKE who runs the most complete record shop in New York and
who is the other girl why MARTHA GAINES the most famous literary critic
of our time
It seems that everyone has arrived now so let's get on with the dinner
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Presldent Sherley Clark
Vlce Presrdent Marc1a Buettner
Secretary Clarence Woolums
Treasurer Mary Jane Nunley
FIRST ROW Sherley Clark Shrrley Buffln Patsy Conway Mary Carolyn Mrtchell Emxly Watson Marcta
Buettner Mary Jane Nunley Jean Darnell Mrldred Broughton Jerry Flynn Haskell Harp SECOND ROW
Norman Bryant C11ntonColl1ns L H Polsgrove jaek1eW11I1ams Fred Burch THIRD ROW Marguerlte
Palmer Nadlne Fallts Ann Lee Ely Ann Oberwarth Gayle Hood Barbara Lewrs Brll Sykes Bobby John
son Jtmmy Harrod Lours Stlvers FOURTH ROW Donald Tyre Ann Clayton Pat Shuck Srlvrga Rrzenbergs
Manam Marshall Maggy May Alxce Clatr Krmbler Joyce Braun Loretta Steele Jouett Sheetrnger Clarence
Woolums Tom Nelson FIFTH ROW John Clrnton Brrdwell James Bolner Orvrlle Nelson Donald Eldrrdge
Charles Brurnley Betty Io Parker Mrs Leathers Mrss Smxth Davrd Clark Charles Booze Dtckte Dyson
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Pres1dent Julle Clark
Vlce Presrdent Jay Cullen
Secretary Suzanne Stagg
Treasurer Bob Archer
FIRST ROW Donnre Tate Charles McDonald Phtlllp Van Sant Jakre Darnell Julre Clark Jay Cullen Suzanne
Stagg Bob Archer Barbara Porschet Jean Ranktn Pat Barbour Susan Tyler Patsy Flynn Jrmmy O Dell SECOND
ROW Bobby McDan1el Roy Laughlln Ted Urban Jane Choate Judlty Brandon Ann Conway Shrrley Grlmes Carroll
Clnnamond B1lly Martm Jack Tom Phtpps Raymond Polly THIRD ROW Melvm Sullnan Charles Jackson Sue
Hawklns Betty Mttchell Joyce Brewer Catherme Thomas Ann Snyder Anrta Johnson Betty Jo Leslle Sam Black
burn Jimmy Freeman Paul Ray Brumback FOURTH ROW Mrss Herzrg Gene Duvall Betty Sue Games Barbara
Sorg Mary Jean Wolf Pattl Thomas Eleanor Wtlmoth Barbara Woods Jane Oates Sarah Moore Jrmmy C-aunce
FIFTH ROW Mr Chaney Connre Tropoulos Melvrn Conway Carl Dawson Brlly Hardlng Eleanor Fryman Wanda
Parrent Anne Grrfftth Jo Ella Black Patsy Yancey Martha Colyer Glenna Young Edna Pacey SEXTH ROW Mr
Leathers Jack South Burt Stevenson Norman Johnson Marjorre Harrod Anna Rae Edwards Thelma Gaunce Bar
bara Greenwell Jeanre McKendr1ck Kathryne Strvers Barbara Yeast SEVENTH ROW Lawrence Johnson Henry Peach
Mrke Pescor Marre Wrlght Patsy Henry Jean Trnsley Jane Ann Wallace Mary Ann Smlth
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Vrce Pre srdent MBTVIH Coles
Secretary Dudley GOIHS
Treasurer Mrke Gordon
FIRST ROW Rrchard Moscoe Glenn Wash Harry Mays James Eldrrdge Leslre Ramey Jerry Cole Barry Baxter
Glenn Wrllxams Wyatt Duvall Ronnre Hockensmrth Mrke Gordon Carl Srnoak SECOND ROW Wrllram Palmer
Janrce Herndon Patsy Estes Joan Rankln Jean West Kay Cauble Irene Brown Mary Ann Holmes Inez Cunnrng
ham Donnre Rhody Charles McClain Donald Dean Eddle Hall THIRD ROW Phyllrs Moore Brenda Robrnson
Mary Lou Groom Shrrley Games Joyce Tucker Ruby McCoy Nan Wrnfrey Paulrne Jackson Glenda Polly Julle
Oberwarth B1llyBotk1ns Tommy Leonard Dudley Gorns FOURTH ROW Charlene Grnn Marrbelle Lmdsay An
nette Manns Mary Ann Ball Jackre Wrnfrey Sandra Solherm Stexe Long Betty Trllett Fay Hungate Sylvra
Solhelm Henry Rrce Roud Smrrh Jon Rhemhardt FIFTH ROW Nancy Shuck Mrldred Rudder Jean Graves Sandra
Warren Suzanne Krmsky L1ndaHockensm1th Martha Bennett Dan Morrow JoanHutch1son Thomas Lmton Donald
Carr Jrm Raprer Freddy Rosenberg Marvln Coles SIXTH ROW Mrs Jones Mrss Darnell Navera Roberts Llnda Lou
Clark Lrnda Atha Anna Parker Stella Whrte Brllre Mrller Lronel Ausun Ruth Ann Thurman Sklpper Sutton
Margo Jolly Lrda Wrllrams Lee Oberwarth MrssLutkeme1er Walter Watson Lee Ogden Lambert Gobber Wrnfrey
Blackburn Olmstead Collrns ABSENT Lynda Chase
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Ann Rhody Sandra Burgess
Ann Butler Joyce Carter Betty Chtlds
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Adverttstng Staff Anne Dowltng Nrcol Barbara Harrod Glen Johnson
Crrculatton Manager Ann Goedecke
Faculty Advtsor Mtss Dorothy Darnell
is also equipped for er oi a peacock who tmttates tt lngfqll New ner and
prmttng The presses and 15 Soon so Intent m her lmlfa tmmy Gmn Mr eterkms her
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Assistant Educ, Editor in Chief AssistantEdifOr
ALLEN PREWITT BOWEN ROBERTS
Business Manager Assistant Business Manager
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Editors . ...... Ann Rice, Joe Slocum
Editors . . . Van Jenkins, Eddie Tutt, Winston Rogers
Editors . . .... Sandra Bur ess Charleen Williams
Editors . . Mattie Hellard, Ann Lauthner, Randall Moore
. Rose Tincher, Phyllis Threlkeld. Io Anti Hale
les Managers . . . ..... Martha Gaines, Paul McDaniel
Managers ..... . . .Bobby Marcus, Ann Dowling Nicol
. . . Anna bee Herzig
SEATED: Clifford Smith, jo Ann Hale, Emily Ann Watson, Anna Lee
President provement of the school through the sponsoring of a variety
of worthwhile student activities.
The Student Council is composed of twelve students, one representing each homeroom,
and one hold-over representative elected by the junior class ofthe previous year. The
president and vice president are elected by the entire student body, the other officers are
chosen by the council members. Mr. F. D. Wilkinson, principal, is the faculty advisor.
This year the council went to the state convention at Fort Thomas and had the honor
be elected president school for the coming year. Since Frankfort High School will be host
to the state convention in 1954, the junior elected as hold-over representative for next
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fort High School has had for its primary objective the im-
year's student council will go to the national convention this summer in St. Paul, Minnesota.
ln addition to serving as the governing body of the high school, the student council each
year also sponsors several projects. Several of the projects this year were the Sadie Haw-
kins Day Dance, the magazine campaign, an intra-mural basketball tournament, a student
talent show, and th.: planning of a student night.
A N Sutton, Barbara Lewis, Maggy May, Olmstead Collins, Van Jenkins,
X Margo Jolly, Mr. Wilkinson, Mary Jean Wolf, Ann Snyder, Billy
President . . . .Clifford Smith
Vice President .... Yan Jenkins
Secretary . . . . Jo Ann Hale
Treasurer . . Emil Ann Watson
Since its foundin in 1948 the Student Council of Frank-
STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT IN SEMI CIRCLE J Clark
A Snyder J Brandon E Wllmoth J E Black E Fryman
X A Grlfflth C Thomas P Thomas J Choate M I Wolf
B Sorg S Tyler A Johnson B Brooks B Archer A D
N1col J Harrod S Stagg J Sheetrnger M Games B
Marcus J Cullen B Martm F Crutcher S Blackburn Mrss
W Smrth R Laughlin C Crnnamond J ODel1 M A Smlth
Consuls J Harrod
Quaestor B Archer
Tnbune S Stagg
When a tun1c clad freshman makes h1s unrehearsed debut 1n the annual Lat1n Club as
sembly program h1s status as a Roman slave has been estab11shed Consul J Harrod's or1g
1naI play Down Yonder" or "Wh1ch Way Are You GO1l'1g7" brought to mortal v1ew the Lower
World that vast and mysterlous reg1on of the dead featurln Pluto QB Marcus! Proserplna
QP Thomasj Ceres CM Game sl the trlple formed Hecate B Brooks A N1col J Sheet
mgerj along w1th H1tler the Rosenbergs and hosts of other shades Here 1n Tartarus the
thxrty f1ve slaves were tortured by the h1deous Furles QS Stagg F Crutcherj
The Club won much recogn1t1on by two unusual projects d1sp1ayed at F H S and U of K
One class constructed a sect1on of a walled town bes1eged by Caesar's army A tower sheds
testudo batterlngram ladders catapults standard sold1ers Caesar and Lab1enus on horses
all were there 1n m1n1ature The project was scaled to two 1nch sold1ers once metal cru
saders now Roman sold1ers transformed by sawlng melt1ng pa1nt1ng, and f1tt1ng w1th hand
made sh1eIds and plumes Another class created from pap1er mache dolls and angel ha1r
the snow capped peak of Mt Olympus reveallng above the enc1rc11ng clouds twelve frve
1nch gods and goddesses arrayed 1n characterlstlc garb wrth such detaxls as Juno's peacock
Vu1can's t1ny tools and forge and Apol1o's sun char1ot
For the second success1ve year the Club furn1shed an off1cer for the state convent1on of
Lat1n Clubs Senator G Sm1th was pres1dent for 1952 53 and Senator B Brooks was v1ce
presxdent for 1953 54
Most aCt1V1tY centered around Lat1n Week 1n the sprm w1th the trek of nearly every mem
ber to U of K for the 1nsp1rat1ona1 state conventlon Wltg the 1mpersonat10r1 of real or myth
1cal characters at the Roman banquet, w1th the electron of offxcers wlth the auctron and freemg
of the slaves, who became useful c1t1zens w1th full pr1v1leges and obl1gat1ons
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FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Munford, Olmstead Collins, Glenn Johnson, Dickie Dyson, Tony Parrent, Emily
Ann Watson, Anne Clayton, Mary Jane Nunley. SECOND ROW: Betsy Pullen, Ann Snyder, Clinton Collins,
Director ..... . Tony Parrent
Secretary-Treasurer . . .Ann Snyder
Faculty Advisor . . . .Gwendolyn Beiler
The Dance Band is the most recent extra-curricular activity of Frankfort High
School. It was organized in 1951, and became an organization of the High School
later that year.
Although the Dance Band is a school organization, most of its activities are
outside school, playing for dances and recreational activities.
"Tony's Tooters" was first used as a joke, but as the band grew, the name
stuck, and the fame of "Tony's Tooters" has spread throughout Central Kentucky.
The band has adopted "You Are My Lucky Star" as their theme song. They
also feature such novelty numbers as "A la Spike Jones" and "Deacon Jones. "
The twelve piece band represents students from all classes of Frankfort High
Wafionaf ailonor ociefy
Barbara Strvers Tony Parrent Mary Ann Munford Betsy Brooks Cllfford Smlth Van Jenkms Betsy Pullen Jo
Ann Hale Randall Moore Phyllls Threlkeld
Presldent Chfford Sm1th
V1ce Pres1dent Van Jenkms
Secretary Betsy Brooks
Treasurer Betsy Pullen
The Nat1ona1 Honor SOC1ety 18 an organ1zat1on created to 1nsp1re an enthus1asm
for scholarsh1p st1mulate a des1re to render servrce to promote leadersh1p and
to develop character 1n the students of Amer1ca's h1gh schools
Member sh1p 1n the Nat1onal Honor Socrety IS the hrghest honor that can be bestowed
upon a hlgh school student Ever student upon enterlng h1gh school should str1ve for
the accompl1shment of good scho arsh1p respons1b1e 1eadersh1p act1ve servlce and
sound character wh1ch are the cornerstones of the Nat1ona1 Honor Soc1ety
The Frankfort chapter of the Nat1ona1 Honor Soclety was organlzed rn 1947 S1nce
that t1me erghty members have been 1n1t1ated
F1fteen per cent of each sen1or class 15 1n1t1ated 1nto th1s organ1zat1on 5 per
cent of the class as Jumors and the remarnmg 10 per cent as semors
FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL CHAPTER
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
February 18 1954
Prelude Mrs Weldon Jones
Blble Read1ng Betsy Brooks
Pledge to Flag Student Body
Amer1ca Student Body
Introductory Remarks Cl1fford Sm1th
Scho1arsh1p Betsy Brooks
Leadersh1p Van Jenkms
Duet 'I Beheve Mrs W1111am
Herzel and Mrs Guy Arnold
Drake and Graham
Character Betsy Pullen
Servlce C11ffOTd Smlth
V1o11n S010 Mrs Weldon Jones
Roll Call of Imtrates Members
Pledge NSW Members
Duet O Ir1sh H1115 Mrs W1111am
Herzel and Mrs Guy Arnold
Closmg Remarks Van Jenkms
Postlude Mrs Weldon Jones
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FIRST ROWg Fayette Cjriitelier, jimmy O'Dell, Juett
Roeinele. SECOND ROW: jiititny Harrod, Bobby Archer
Paul McDaniel. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Ginn, Bobby
Marcus, Eddie Tutt, FOURTH ROW: Winston Rogers,
Bowen Roberts, jimmy Brandon, Joe Slocum, FIFTH
ROW: Allen Ptcwitt, Slierley Clark, Billy Hawkins.
SIXTH ROWg Clinton Collins, Van Jenkins, Tony Par-
rent, Randall Moore, Mr. Sanders.
President . . . . Yan Jenkins
Viet President. . . Eddie Tutt
oretary . . . Allen Prewitt
Treasurer . Bowen Roberts
The Key Club of Frankfort
High School, sponsored by the
Frankfort Kiwanis Club, is com-
posed of the "Key" boys in the up
per three grades. Boys whose
traits of leadership, personality,
and service are outstanding are
chosen for membership.
This Club, primarily, attempts
to develop leadership and respon-
sibility among its members by on
couraging their participation, both
as leaders and workers, in school
and civic activitie s.
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FIRST ROW: Sandra Rogers, Barbara Harrod, Anita Gatewood, Tony Parrent, Janice Herndon. Marcia Buettner.
SECOND ROW: George Thompson, Lida Williams, Mary Ann Ball, Saundra Yount, Maribelle Lindsey, Gayle Hood.
Ann Clayton, Dan Morrow. Charles Booze, Ann Conway, Bill McCray, Dennis Moel. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Burnett,
Danny Clark, Mary Ann Munford, Carol Scott, Anita Johnson, Judith Bridwell, Joyce Hood, Glen Johnson, Mary Jane
Nunley. Emily Watson, Guy Reeves, Barbara Buettner. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Stauffer, Nancy Shuck, Walter Watson.
Ted Urban, Carroll Cinnamond, Catherine Thomas, Shirley Grimes, Freddie Rosenberg. Henry Rice, Ann Snyder,
Anthony Manns, Geary Duncan. FIFTH ROW: Bobby Johnson, Ruth Ann Cozine, Phyllis Threlkeld, Roy Laughlin,
Winfrey Blackburn, Clinton Collins, Dickie Dyson, Sonny Moore, Brenda Carter, Julie Clark. Jim Brown. SIXTH
ROW: Miss Beiler, Jimmy Harrod, Henry Craig, John Clinton Bridwell, Donald Brewer, Freddie Burch, Jack South.
C Pre sident' .... Clinton Collins
Vice President. . . Sonny Moore
Secretar-y.8t Treasurer .....
LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandra Rogers, Barbara Harrod, Anita
Gatewood, Tony Parrent, Janice Herndon, Marcia
M 6ng65A 6Ari4ifmaA ue
FIRST ROW Jane Morrrs Ann Rhody Judxth Brandon Suzanne Stagg Sandra Rogers James Strvers Joyce Carter
Allen Prewrtt Joan Rrchards Ann Dowlrng N1col Ann Wrnfrey Ann Oberwarth Rose Trncher Bobby Marcus Wm
freyBlackburn SECOND ROW Glenda Polly Lee Oberwarth Faye Hungate Scotty James Julre Oberwarth S1lVlJa
Rrzenbergs Joyce Hood Jane Shaw Ann Lauthner Peggy Hulette Jo Ann Hale Barbara Harrod Betsy Brooks Mary
Ann Munford Barbara Strvers Kathryne Strvers Betsy Pullen Barbara Lew1s Mary Jane Nunley Donald Brewer
Jrmmy G1nn Bonnle Montgomery THIRD ROW Marram Marshall Sandra Burgess Amta Gatewood Betty Chrlds
Sue Carol Collrns Ann Rrce Phyllrs Threlkeld Charleen Wrllrams Carolyn Fudge Angela Adams Mane Wrrght
FOURTH ROW Henry Rrce Bobby Johnson Tommy Brewster Hugh Gorns Jrmmy Harrod Tony Parrent Drckre
Dyson Clrnton Collrns Jrmmy Bradon Jack1eW1llrams Juett Roemele Donnre Rhody Walter Watson
Prelude of Old Enghsh Carols
characters as they appear
ma1ds who hang the greens
page who assrsts them
bearers of the Yule Log
housekeeper who l1ghts the Yule Log
beggar who shares the feast
Lord of the Castle
son of the house
daughter of the house
Lad1es 1n Wa1t1ng
Goose G1rl who came to the feast
Swrneherd who also came
The Hall of a Medleval Castle
Jane Morrrs Ann Rhody
Jlmmy G1nn Duard Bates
Ann Dowlrng N1col
Ann Wrnfrey Ann Oberwarth
Sandra Rogers Suzanne Stagg
The bearer of the Boar's Head Wrnfrey Blackburn
The Chr1stmas Warts Fay Hungate Scottle James Glenda Polly
Juhe Oberwarth Lee Oberwarth
MUSIC AL NU MBERS
Deck the Halls
The Holly and the Ivy
Chr1stmas IS Comlng
Br1ng1ng 1n the Boar's Head
Here We Come A Carolmg
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
O Come, All Ye Fa1thfu1 17th Century Latm
We W1sh You A Merry Chr1stmas Old Englrsb
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The Ladyofthe Castle: :JoanRichards
Edie C Ofllif
FIRST ROW Ann Lauthner Ann Rhody Betsy Pullen Jane Morrrs, Srlvrja Rrzenbergs Betsy Brooks Barbara Strvers
Mary Ann Munford Carol Scott SECOND ROW Sonny Moore Jtmmy Harrod Cllnton Collrns DICRIC Dyson Tony
Parrent Tommy Brewster, Bobby Johnson
Regular members and alternates
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SEATED Ann Snyder, Glen Johnson, Carol Scott STANDING Mary Ann Munford, Tony Parrent, Anrta Gatewood
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Mary Ann Munford
FIRST ROW: Louise Evans, Mary Carolyn Mitchell, Anita Gatewood, Emily Watson,
Marcia Buettner, Mary Ann Munford, Betsy Brooks, Pat Pulliam, Betty Childs, Carol
Scott. SECOND ROW: Lois Moore, Raynelle True, Gayle Hood, Barbara Lewis, Sandra
Rogers, Barbara Stivers, Jane Morris, Rose Tincher, Ann Rhody, Sue Carol Collins.
THIRD ROW: Jean Darnell, Saundra Yount, Maxie Goins, Carolyn Fudge, Jane Shaw,
Angela Adams, Joyce Hood. FOURTH ROW: Ann Rice, Peggy Hulette, Ann Lauthner,
Betty Meriwether, Patty Brown, Mariam Marshall, Jo Ann Richards, Marty Gaines,
Mary Jane Nunley. FIFTH ROW: Phyllis Threlkeld, Ann Butler, Barbara Harrod, Jo
Ann Hale, Ann Oberwarth, Maggy May, Ann Ely, Ann Goedet-ke. SIXTH ROW: Mrs,
Leathers, Silvija Rizenbergs, Betsy Pullen, Ann Winfrey, Charleen Williams, Sandra
Burgess, Ann Dowling Nic ol, Ann Clayton, Alice Kirnbler.
FIRST ROW: Ann Snyder, Judith Brandon, Julie Clark, Cathy Thomas, Suzanne Stagg
Nancy Shuck, Pauline Jackson, Sylvia Solheim, Maribelle Lindsay. SECOND ROW:
Eleanor Fr man, Jane Choate Jo Ella Black Anne Griffith Susan I
y , , , Ty er, Patsy Flynn,
Pat Barbour, Barbara Porschet, Phyllis Moore. THIRD ROW: Barbara Woods, Jane Ann
Wallace, Mary Jean Wolf, Patti Thomas, Shirley Grimes, Barbara Sorg, Eleanor Wil-
moth, Patsy Yancey, Sarah Moore, Jane Oates, Patsy Henry, Anita Johnson, Ann Con-
way, Kathryne Stivers. FOURTH ROW: Nan Winfrey, Fay Hungate, Mary Ann Smith,
Charleen Ginn, Betty Jo Leslie, Wanda Parrent, Jeanie McKendrick, Suzanne Krinsky
Anna Lee Sutton, Ruth Ann Thurman, Mary Ann Holmes, Martha Bennett, Inez Cun-
ningham, Mary Ann Ball. FIFTH ROW: Julie Oberwarth, Mrs. Jones, Linda Hocken-
smith, Joanne Hutchinson, Lee Oberwarth, Lida Williams.
Vice President ..,.
Secretary . , . , ,
THE FIVE Emlly Ann Watson Ann bnyder Mary Ann Munford Phyllls Threlkeld ,lay Cullen Walter Watson Tony
Parrent Sherley Clark Wrnfrey Blackburn Olmstead Colllns Iouett Sheetlnger THE ZERO Anna Lee Sutton
Saundra Yount Carolyn Fudge Cllfforcl Smllll Charles McDonald Bobby Marcus John Brldwell Wtnston Rogers
Bowen Roberts Jo Ann Hale Lmda Hockensmnh
FIRST ROW Jrmmy Brandon Hugh Gotns Norman Bryant Juett Roemele Sonny Moore Jrmmy Glnn SECOIND
ROW James Bolner Fayette Crutcher Ronnre walperr Paul Nlcljanrer Clrfford Smrth THIRD ROW Mr leathers
Bllly Marttn Jack Phrpps Bobby Marcus Winston Rogers Franklln Walpert Clark Rapler Allen Prewltt FOURTH
ROW Sherley Clark Jay Cullen Ive Slocum Jlmmy l-larrod Eddle Tutt Clarence Woolums Van Jenkms Bowen
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FIRST ROW: Mary Jane Nunley, Ann Conway, Patty Brown, Pat Shuck, Irene White, Silvija
Rizenbergs, Barbara Stivers, Rose Tincher, Jane Morris, Ann Rhody, Mary Groom. SECOND
ROW: Nevera Roberts, Louise Evans, Lois Moore, Joan Rankin, Pauline Jackson, Irene Brown,
Betty Tiller, Faye Hungate, Pat Barbour, Glenna Young. THIRD ROW: Joyce Tucker, Shirley
Games, Jean West, Sandra Warren, Jane Oats, Patsy Yancey, Martha Colyer, ISHS Shaw,
Brenda Roberts. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Grimes, Maxie Goins, Ruby McCoy, Annette Manns,
Mary Ann Holmes, Inez Cunningham, Loretta Steele, Patsy Conway, Shirley Buffin, Marie
Wright, FIFTH ROW: Jean Rankin, Sarah Moore, Betty Meriwether, Kathryne Stivers, Joyce
Braun, Ann Joyce Burke, Barbara Yeast, Wanda Rogers, Angela Adams, Mildred Rudder, Don-
na Thompson, Srelia White, Miss Lutkemeier, Linda Atha.
FIRST ROW: Patti Thomas, Mary Ann Munford, Randall Moore, Van Jenkins. SECOND ROW:
Henr Rice, Marie Wri ht, Jean Rankin, Ann Conway, Sarah Moore, Saundra Yount, Jane
Morris, Sandra Rogers.gTHIRD'ROW: Ted Urban, Patsy Henry, Eleanor Fryman, Eleanor Wil- P -d OIZFICERS
moth, Suzanne Stagg, Pat Barbour, Betsy Pullen, Jane Wallace, Pat Pulliam, Carol Scott. resl en ""
FOURTH ROW: Anita Johnson, Barbara Sorq, Barbara Lewis, Ann Sn der, Joanne Richards, A Randall Moore
Winfrey Blackburn, oimsread Collins, Phy its Tmeikeid, Bobby Archer, Billy Mmm, FIFTH Vice President. . .
ROW: Patsy Flynn, Julie Clark, Judith Brandon, Jo Ella Black, Cathy Thomas, Ann Griffith, Van Jenkins
Ann Lauthner, Thomas Brewster, John Bridwell, Lambert Gobber, David Ueltschi. SIXTH Secretary -...
ROW: Mary Smith, Jane Choate, Jean McKendrick, Mary Jean Wolf, Bobby Marcus, Tony
Parrent, Clifford Smith, Bobby Johnson, Freddy Rosenberg, Walter Watson. SEVENTH ROW:
M317 Ann Ball. Maflha BCDHCII. MBFFO J0lly, James Stivers, Charles McDonald, Ann Goedecke, ,
Alice Kimbier, Maggy May, Jay cur en. Patti Thomas
Mary Ann Munford
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FIRST ROW: JuettRoeme1e, Carol Scott, Gayle Hood, Joyce Carter, Anita Gatewood, Jane Morris, Rose Tincher,
Patricia Pulliam, Sandra Rogers. SECOND ROW: Suzanne Stagg, Mary Jean Wolf, Patti Thomas, Eleanor Wilmoth,
Charleen Williams, Betsy Brooks, Betsy Pullen, Glen Johnson, Sonny Moore, Henry Rice. THIRD ROW: Catherine
Thomas, Joan Richards, Eleanor Fryman, Joyce Hood, Patty Brown, Martha Bennett, Anne Goedecke, RandallMoore,
Tommy Brewster, Alice Clair Kimbler, Kathryne Stivers, Jimmy Brandon. FOURTH ROW: Miss Cracraft, Jimmy
Harrod, Billy Martin, Van Jenkins, Allen Prewitt, Clinton Collins, James Stivers, Jay Cullen, Bobby Archer, Ted
Secretary . .
Treasurer . .
Ann Rhody, Rose Tincher, Jo Ella Black, Barbara Stivers,
Ann Butler, Jeannie McKendrick, Jane Morris.
. .Clifford Smith
Mary Ann Munford
. Bobby Marcus
Jakie Darnell, Jimmy Harrod, Sue Carol Collins, Jo Anne
Hale, Bowen Roberts, Betsy Brooks.
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C. K. C. Chamgions 1953
FIRST ROW: Jimmy Harrod, Bobby Marcus, Clifford Smith, Ronald walpert. SECOND ROW:Jimmy Brandon, Paul
McDaniel, Clark Rapier, Co-captains Eddie Tutt and Van Jenkins, James Ginn, Juett Roemele, Norman Bryant,
Hugh Goins, Allen Prewitt. THIRD ROW: Ollie Cleveland Leathers, Clarence Woolums, Shirley Clark, James Bolner
Jack Phipps, Billy Martin, Jay Cullen, Fayette Crutcher, Bobby Archer, Bert Stevenson, William Herbert Hogg.
FOURTH ROW: Buck Hatfield, Roud Smith, Tommy Leonard, Carl Smoak, Dudley Goins, Donald Rhody, James
Stivers, Eddie Hall, Ta Ta Scott, James O'De11.
Frankfort Mt. Sterling
qua Frankfort Georgetown
J Frankfort Shelbyville
All State lst Team
, kv Co-Captains 1953 I
'W Eddie's selection as first team all
1 state placed him among the all time
greats of F.H. S. football. Eddie's
great defensive work teamed with
his talented toe and great gunning
' L ability earned him the "Most Valu-
able Player" award. Eddie kicked ,l
the game-winning field goal against
All State Honorable Mention
Van, playing his first year as tackle
after lettering Z years at end gave
the Panther line just what it needed.
Van was great on defense and a
sterling blocker on offense. Coach
Leathers was heard to say, "We'd
have never won the C. K. C. if Van
hadn't been playing tackle. "
Co- Captains 1954
SHERLEY CLARK CLARENCE WOOLUMS
Sherley was one of the main reasons "Red," earning his third Varsity
the Panthers had on.l 19 points scored letter, teamed with Sherley Clark
against them. A deacili tackler, Sher- and Paul McDaniel, made his side of
ley smeared opposing acks behind the the line almost impregnable. Red's
line many times. As offensive end sterling blocking and great defensive
Sherley was a vicious blocker and should work should be a great asset to next
rank among the best in the C.K.C. next year. year's Panther team:
All State Honorable Mention Win-
ston's talent for broken-field
running made him a threat every
time he carried the ball. This
deceptive halfback was the team's
ground gainer and scorer and will
e sore y missed next year.
WINSTON ROGERS T
Playing his third year as quarter-
back "Jet" handled the team with
the finesse of a professional.
Jett's deceptive ball handlin paved
the way for many F. H. S. taflies.
In a crucial moment of the Ver-
sailles game Jett threw a perfect
pass for a T.D.
PAUI5 MCDANIEL f f
"Win y's" dis la o i htin s irit
and his rugged, dgrfensivge plagy
the center of the line was a. reat
asset to the Panthers' C. K.
championship season. His a. gressive
blocks and heads up play wilq be
rnissed next year.
All State Honorable Mention
Jimmy's aggressive blocking and
excellent defensive play won him
All State Honorable Mention.
Teamed with McDaniel, he made
the middle of the F.H. S. line a
hard place for opposing teams to
JIMMY GINN NORMAN BRYANT
Jimmy's fine blocking and
deadly tackling won him a
starting position as a half-
back on the Championship
team. Although the small-
est man on the starting
team Jimmy proved invalu-
able to the team.
"Big Al," playing defensive end
and offensive center, was a source
of inspiration to all. His sure
snaps for punts and passes and his
crack defensive work on the flanks
will be greatly missed next year.
"Quince, " lettering his first year
showed plenty of spirit and hustle
Pla ing offensive end and defensive
hal back, he was equally ade t at
both. Next year's team is u or
tunate not to have this flankman
back to anchor his end of the line
Hugh a senior broke his
arm in the third game of
the year He did not return
until the last game His
loss was greatly felt by the
F H S forward wall
Clark, one of the Panthers' most
dependable replacements, lettered
as a back last year and turned in
some sterling performances this
year in the line.
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the line, showed great
promise in his first year
of var sity ball. His hard
blocking and tackling will
benefit future Panther
Billy, seeing enough action in
his first year to letter, showed
improvement as the year pro-
gressed. He should do well at
any line post in which Coach
Leathers wishes to place him.
Ja played hard whenever
calrled upon. Always trying
he will be a great asset to
the next 2 Panther squads
at his quarterback post.
JACK TOM PHIPPS
Jack Tom, lettering his first
year, could alwa s be depended
upon for a lot of Eight. He should
be a tough contender for a varsity
post next year.
James, after three hard years
of drudgery, won his first letter
alternating between tackle and
Bobby Marcus Ronn1e Walpert
Chfford Smlth Jlmmy Harrod
FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS Frankhn Walpert Patt1 Thomas Lynda
Chase Joyce Carter Erruly Ann Watson
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Winston Rogers Jay Cullen Eddle Tutt, Fayette Crutcher Eddie Hall
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6'3" 183 Pounds
Van, playing his third
year of varsity ball, always
showed plenty of hustle and
team work. Possessing
deadly scoring ability, fine
rebounding, and sterling
defensive play, he will be
remembered with the best
of F.H. S. cagers.
6'2" 170 Pounds
Fine rebounding for-
ward of the Panther's
and a standout scorer,
Winston, showed terrific
clutch basketball and will
be greatly missed by next
6'2" 185 Pounds
Big "Red", although only a
junior, could always be defpend-
ed on to carry his share o the
load. "Red" improved steadily
and should be a thorn in every
opponent's side next year.
EDDIE TUTT SONNY MOORE
5'9" 165 Pounds 5'7" 120 Pounds
Eddie was one of the best shots Sonny made up for his diminutive
on the team. He had a terrific "jump" size with his alertness and ability
shot and was a good "set" shot. Eddie's Sonny had a deadly jump shot and
defense was outstanding and his hustle could always be depended on to score
and team s irit were alwa s a. source when it was needed most. Next ear's
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of encouragement to his team mates. team will sadly miss this fine plrayer.
5'l0" 145 Pounds
"Deadeye" showed the
other players what hustle
really was in practice. A
ball hawk, "Deadeye" was
perhaps the fastest man on
the team. His hustle, com-
bined with his other ualities,
should earn him a starting
position on next year's team.
5'6" 130 Pounds
Being only a freshman, Eddie
made up in abilit and spirit what he
lacked in size. ItyEddie improves as
much in the next three years as he
has this year, he should be all state
material as a senior.
6'2" 150 Pounds
Clinton could always be
depended on when he was
put in the game. I-Ie is a fine
tiptper and a good rebounder
an defensive man. C1inton's
experience, height, and hard
work should aid the Panthers
much next year.
5'9" 150 Pounds
Jay played his first game
at Maysville and turned in
a fine performance. Jay takes
pride in his defense and with
a year of experience should
be one of the mainstays on
next year's squad.
DONALD TY RE
5'8" 145 Pounds
Donald's shootin e e and ball
handling ability shouid be a thorn
in all opponents' sides next year.
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should turn into a .very fine all-
round player .
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Billy did a fine job whenever
called upon. He had a very
high average at the plate and
was consistent in the field.
TOMMY THOMPSON .
A four year man who 1S hard
to replace. Tommy, the hust-
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hit well and turned into an
A left-fielder who was really
the go-get-'em type defensive
outfielder. Charlie also turned
in a fine performance in tour-
Tommy, an excellent glove
man, came into his own this
year with some fine hitting.
He is one of the five graduating
A well-balanced catcher who
also was one of the leading
hitters on the '53 squad. We
surely hate to see the big
Although hindered last year,
Eddie did a great job pitching
and playing second. He is a
fine hitter and will be counted
on heavily this year.
The big winner on the Panther
pitching staff Red turned in
a no hitter and many fine
mound performances. We ex.-
pect the same this year.
Finished '53 with some of the
best clutch baseball ever seen.
Jet's regional tournament
clutch pitching and hitting were
two of the main reasons for the
Panthers successful season.
A fine receiver with a good
throwing arm Mac will be the
man behind the plate for the
This "Hot Corner" kid can
play baseball on any team
around. Frank has a terrific
throwing arm and was among
the leading hitters in high
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Flowers left over from Easter. 13. Easter Parade of 191871 14. Boonesboro beauties! 15. What'd they say so
funny. Jo Ann? 16. Looking for a fight?? 17. Just trying to get attentionll 18. Look how tall I aml 19. The
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Maggie May elected football sponsor.
First assembly--Revival by F. D. Wilkinson.
Panthers defeat Mr. Sterling 2-0.
Cheerleaders elected. Congratulations to Emily Watson, Lynda Chase,
Franklin Walpert, Patti Thomas, and Joyce Carter.
Madison overwhelmed by F.H,S. 20-O.
Clifford Smith defeats Van Jenkins in race for President of Student
Council. Van becomes Vice-President. This is his second year as Veep
Frankfort continues winning streak by defeating Irvine 6-0.
Tutt saves the day! Georgetown beaten 3-0.
Wheel! Whole day off for C,K.E,A,
Tied Versailles 7-7. "F" Club put on a humorous skit.
Shelbyville slaughtered 39-6.
Miss Rebecca Pruett gave us acglimpse of the other half of the United
States when she showed her sli es on the Western States.
Panthers defeat Winchester 20-6.
First grade cards. No comments, please!!
A Spanish Dancer performes in Assembly. Everyone is all dressed up
for the Halloween Dance.
Halloween! I The place was lousy with cops.
Speech class presents play, "Dress Reversal" which proves big hit with
Magazine rive gets under way--goal 55, 000. Anderson swamped by
Panthers 34-O! I
American Education Week. . .Parents being invited to open house.
Latin Club presents play and initiates new members.
Thanksgiving program--Rev. Glen Stephens is the speaker.
Thanksgiving olidays and turkey for the remainder of the week.
"Panthers" opened 1953-54 basketball season by defeating Great Cros-
Mr. Hogg, F,H,S. 's basketball coach, displays teams' floor ability
and accuracy of shots in assembly in the gym.
Panthers lose to Leslie Count 60-49 on Eastern Kentucky trip.
Lynch adds to the "jinx" of the Panthers by edging them 58-53.
Madison makes it three in a row.
The F,l-l,S. band presents concert under the direction of Miss Gwen
Beiler and student teachers.
Winchester feels the hard sting of F.l-l.S, 's comeback as they fell 63-
Undefeated Clay County continued to keep its rating of fifth in the
state by slipping past Panthers 71-68.
Miss South presents Christmas Cantata. Christmas vacation beginsi ll
Fun's over. . .and it's to the grind.
Panthers open new year with 58-52 victory over Harrodsburg.
Speech class takes oral exam in assembly. Seventeen students showed
their stuff in prose and poetry.
Midway falls to Panthers in 4th quarter rally 70-61 .
Frankfort smashes M. M. I. 81-60 to make it three straight wins in '54.
Speech class concludes oral exam with impressive assembly.
Frankfort loses to Shelbyville on their floor 58-54. Panthers have not
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Maybe it was the trip, but Panthers lose to Maysville 65-50.
Sixth period music class has assembl .
MI. Vernon squeezes by F.H. S. 58-55 in a close battle.
Frankfort defeats Berea in a double overtime 64-62. Rogers cashed in
Panthers lose another close game to Stamping Ground 54-52,
We go into the final stretch.
Panthers travel to Madison to win 45-43.
Today is Get Acquainted Day. Everybody's smiling face shows above
their name cards.
Frankfort defeats Bagdad 48-38 to even up win-loss record.
Panthers beat Winchester 54-43 in a real thriller on Winchester 's floor.
Panthers wallop Shelbyville Red Devils 62-54.
Phyllis Threlkeld, Barbara Stivers, Jo Anne Hale, Randall Moore, Tony
Parrent, Mary Ann Munford elected to National Honor Society.
Fran fort swamps Lancaster 90-41.
Mr. Rodman Makes up some of our beautiful boys. . . '7 stages of man is
Harrodsburg band gives a concert. Frankfort High defeats its last C,K.C,
Frankfort loses to Mt. Vernon in last game of season.
Seniors take Aptitude tests. Will soon find out if they were meant to be
riveters or models.
Panthers beat Brid eport '72-55 in first game of the District tournament.
Frankfort High deiats Good Shepherd in semi-finals.
A real heart reaker--Panthers lose to Elkhorn 62-58 but win the runner-
F,H.S, plays Waco in regional tournament--sad story 57-55.
Capitolian is now in the lap of the gods--our part is finished!
Quiz show sponsored by Sophomore Class.
Carl Josephs shows his arching ability in assembly.
Pre Easter services.
Half a day off for Good Friday services.
Easter! Everbody is out in their best bib and tucker.
School dismissed for two whole days!! K.E. A.
State Vocal entries are heard in assembly. They practice on us.
May Day Dance?'?'??? We heard!
State band entries practice on us today.
National Honor Society initiates the Junior members. Some are very
happy, and others a little sad.
"l've got a secret" assembly program.
JUNIOR SENIOR PICNIC! ! Everybody has blisters! !
Last assembly! ! Everyone moves up, and some move out.
F1nalEXAMS, MOST SENIORS are exempted.
Why are the Seniors so serious? Baccalaureate Service.
The floor shakes! ! The Seniors present another CLASS NIGHT Performance
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