Frankfort High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Frankfort, IN)

 - Class of 1928

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Lai: ww-W ' .s.,:w- gg,-1-0 --swswggigfw---we-5, . 610D ,, gk f,,3 :,,- mu A 0. 4 -- ' , ref- . -.. 4' f , " , , B " r : Nh .. . . A . 55,6 . , .1 N M' 'i J. VV. STOTT Superintendent CLIFFORD CRAVVFORD Secretary Board of Education "IV ,, "xg 04 . ' -. H 14 -f Ei rf' -rsn: ' l ' wlfsffr T , F " "1wQ,4..,, A 5' it ff' ' P- I-' -V - " f . .f W-W-gg" ' Fi ' -fi, , X 332 F "A , , " M, .,,,, A . DR. CLAIR V. FULHAM President Board of Education FRANK ISGRIGG Treasurer Board of Education 354 .. ,dx -5 , I I: f""fff.,.:fm2.Q.5 Q , : 4 .genre " 1 v A 33 '-1 -1' nf" .. ', .f' ' fr' C I2 'ifQgW251Tf5E:?-iff. 'sf ,fri ,F '. V4 "f.','514'5"14v :nv-fffgiiiiifi'-"3K?"'f:' " F wir" . 5 df' :1-1 ll' "f- 'A . nf?" . . wi' 3-'7"""t" h 'M' ' . V ' -. "S " . 5' - Sv .. ,. .. 1h,.,,,,w ,, .,.. ,f QS .,. , V. - A . . -2- ,-..,,,f, f. . 4 . B45 .,: 'XYfp,ffi"75m'',,IL.-M J WRX-ff1!.lL,L 'W 'f""-Q" " . ..... ,- ....- - ,,,, ,,.. ,. C115 - F'7+'E-M , . M A M 1 of if -, My .V fj', , . ,f ,lM ,lib jj?- I - a . . l M f M- " . .Q . . PAUL S. LOWVE IQIAYEN DIcf'LUR.E Agriculture EIISEHSII Lebanon High Schoolg Purdue Univer- Frqhliffvri High SCITOOII H2-TVHIT1, B-Z gityy 13, S, A, University of Chicagog Indiana Univer- sity. YERVDA KNOX I NINABELLE S'l'AIR English Fl-lush U ' 'r A 11 U ' 'r f . - 1 , n iana l'l1Vf3l'Sl y, . 5.3 nivorsi y 0 Ladoga Hlgh School' DGPHHWY A' B' Washington LSeattleJ Summer School, C. EIJXVARIJ l"l-IAPNIAN RUSSELL E- EARLE History and Public Speaking Lglfin Elwood High School: VVabash College Crawfordqvme Hi , . - - Y , l , gh School, DePauw A. B., Middle 'lennessee State Noimal. University, A. B.: University of Iowa, Graduate Work. IRENE CARFIELD INEZ NIXQN A ClDlIlIll0l'0i2ll Supervisor of Music Qaffhage High 301101211 C6I1tl'Hl.Bl1Si1'lPSS Fairmount Academy: Earlham College: C,OU9g'P, 1111119-11313011142 MLINCIB State Sherwood Music Schoolg Cosmopolitan NOPUI-91 School of Music: Cornell University. -' . is ' l fifiz A ..... , ' .K .Ik limi ,:xg4j.'l-'fliwgiwxt Y .-,fliti .. . +v't..,,k. ..,.:j vvlt - -qv .I .. V:3AJ..,,..i.,-. -V- M ' . .4 , my qll, V :,,.,ft..A-1,434-Vpaid Eiflgr 'm"'3W" ,.'f34.w-9" ' ,- xx ' "M:-m.:. f- n-ff: :w4""" -"'f-1f"Mt'--"M" mf' "'E2m5--'w .. . miffyw "" C123 -..-, it .. ..f Y. .1 U 1 l k . .. Q AR my T 5, V if h ,Sus :et W y jg - , H "iff ,, , . eiigg af ' , , W U .. I my V V . 3 ' Q 3,-LK J .--llt :I .gig x . .E In H bqwig? t I ,, . L 1 4 -- I Q ' - W, - f:.Lf.,'351'- , i w Ie'.i.4+,fj,:.'f'f"1f',':'X A . ,, ,Q E I dp .. Yu .. I '. " zravenfli-'l. .L EVERE'l"l' N. VASE Physical Director HUGO M. GALE Social Science and History Anderson' High School: University .of Cumberland High Schoolg Franklin Col- ! ' I ' 1 ' .' -2 Y owa Unixersltv of Illinois UHlVGFS1t of VVi'seonsing Franklin College. EDITH HINMAN English Poseyville High School, Indiana Univer- sity, A. B. l'iA'I'HERINE VVHITA RER Sewing Bloomfield High Sehoolg Indiana Uni versity, A. B. ERNEST 0. HANGER Science Marion Normal Institute: Indiana Cen tral College, A. B.: Indiana. University. lege, A. B., Butler College. 'l"l'IE CADIPBELL nglish Frankfort High School, Earlhafn Col- lege, A. B. HA E Dill, Latin ' New Harmony High School, Oxford College for VVomen3 Indiana Univer- sity, University of Iowa. DRED i'AR'I'1VRIGH'l' ZEL Latin Northwestern University, Ohio State MA STEINBARGER - Universityg Indiana University, A. BJ University of Wisconsin. .ew ,,, K.. . 1-Si ,J " -- ' . 'V ,vf"f-'W' fi" 'A f' WT?" 2. . " 'li . -3 I 'fi Sly, ' . W? ' 5' ., at 'M ' Si ' " ' : 1 1 . A 'I .,...,. -' ' I at " .W-ac., ...L ,..,:1:.-wif" fy..-.-M4 ..--A' I ' cm ' 5 . . . -Q.-A-. , 'fa'v.,,-if-f"' 1' 4 . - V. ,.., ' F . 'Bi-, , 65 M 1 vi +3 5, ,X 6, w, ' L. xl? .r C' 1 ...., K, , 3 . is ' ,J c"-iaafgkrl ' ,,,., A .., 1,.'3f..jyi .,.15JQ,', ' A - .. MX, JAMES G. DAVIS Manual 'Prainiug Vifiley High School, Terre Haute: State Normal, B. S.: University of Wisconsin. MARY MAY Mutllelnatics XViley High School, Terre Haute: Slate Normal, A. B. VVILLIADI A. l"I'l'KIN History Greencastle High School: DePauw Uni- versity, A. B.: University of NVisconsin: University of Colorado, A. M. CLARENCE RICHARD SON JIZIIIIOIIIIIIIQS XVG-stfield High School: Indiana Univer- sity, A. B. DAISY HEA VIL 0N Cooking Frankfort High School: Purdue Univer- sity, B. S.: Columbia University, A. M. RAL PH E. BURROUGHS Chemistry Lebanon High School: VVabash, A. B.: Indiana State Normal Summer School. DELLA SANDERS Mutlu-matic-s Alton High School: Franklin College, Preparatory Dov-ariment' Franklin Col- lege, B. S.: Indiana State Normal Col- lege Course, A. B.: Oklahoma Baptist University: Columbia University: Indi- ana University. AUBREY THOMAS Band Spiceland High School: Chicago Conn National Music School: Metropolitan School of Music. ix gd -V ,,,... 4. J as ff if if 5 xi.. if-is if rg if L 'H' 1. ' ' 'Mex' if-"4 . . .... -. - foe - , , M f ,. ..- , ,..,1.f,i -i- ...hz :V 4 ,,',?,,,,f.+-4' him, ,c,..,,.w,,,. fghfwwxi want it N1 A o A . t V. N .132 ul 4 gi ,,r,i.k.:e.::4. , . sf R .3 .-wr: 1 .4-'Hr LL, 5, ' I . . f 'r 1 15, 2. fr. 5' f' 'iid .. f - 2.-if " ' fl J -.5 ,. :-: vZ'?fp..,,,, ,..y1".e 5351-Q.: ,Sf - 1 5 di' , - '-' .,, , ,My K-V-"'5' : -'14 wr' 'L ' ., ' vw.. ,-,Q . , ,. .. . I , , ., .. , L ..tWi. . . .xg ,,,,,.,w ' H I P if My .. - f .Q i mi. : . ' 1 r C1 3 4 - -,Q .- ' fm-' .41 MW nivu-NNE " tl 19 ' ll ' I - WH " 35,41 1 4: 'wi fi " warusff ' n qF.,.vf ,. A-+ M . 1, ,, ,, V .. H V RUBY PERKINS History ' Manual Training High School, Indian- apolisg Butler College, A, B.g University of California: Harvard Universityg Rad- cliffe College, A. M. JULIA RIcIiINSEY English Frankfort High School: Ward Belmontg Indiana University, A. B. noRo'1'HY CADIPBELL ' Physical Director Garfield High School, Terre Hauteg In- diana State Normal: Kellogg School of Physical Educationg American Gymnas- ETHEL B. 'l'HORNBURG Art Supervisor VVagoner High School, Oklahoma: Cen- tral Normal College: John Herron Art Schoolg California University, Los Angeles. MAE MINER Office Assistant Frankfort High School '26, ROSAIJIE IRWIN Librzurian Frankfort High NIR. SLIDI P School '26. tie Union: University of Chicago. Cust,,,l5a,, A, . 'W .. I -2 . .W .her ,Mu .La .. i .' - .-9' MN .1 Lf JL! f -,-ini Q x In A , . .ul V '- . gf, ' fi? ' 1 .af .V s, Q.. - emi.-1 . 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'cfs-H' 5:22. 4" 1 -ag?-1.7.1 -. 1 bow A ,, -2 M., V 1 if ' ff J, " 7- Q Q 5 ,gg 4 V: ,Hy V : Q Q-Sh. 1'-Stk 9' 4 "' T- W' MM f- . ,V+ ' gf' ' ' 751 .5 ,QQ - 'T . l. "N f l v-are df?-4 A . 1: 2 -,-v N f , - 3 5 ' f V , -" '- " ' 1 , ' .. , IKENNETH AKERS Back home on the farm MARIAN BAIiER Rose Gym Exhibition '25, '26, Sewing Exhibition '28, "A Man Without A Country", "The Build- ing of the Ship", "Maid and the Middies", "Pi?3kles", French Club, History Club, Glee Clu . CLARICE ARMSTRONG The Flolujr-Maiden Orchestra '25, '26, '27, '28, Band '25, '26, '27, '38, Eewing Exhibition '27, Gym Exhibition ' 5, " 6. EARL BARGER A man of few words HARRY ASHLEY Anvil Chorus Interclass Basketball '25, Interclass Track '25, Varsity Basketball '26, '27 '28, Varsity Track '26, '27, '28, Websterian Club '27, '28. ANDREW BARTON ffbream Kissesv Interclass Basketball '25, '26, Forum '27, '28 HELEN AUGIIE The Little Giant County Latin Contest '25, '26, '27, District Latin Contest '25, '26, '27, Secretary of Staeeato Club '28, Gym Exhibition '25, Populus Roma- nus, Scriba of Populus Romanus, Curia. Latina '25, '26, '27, Junior Consul of Curia Latina '25, '26, Senior Consul '27, Staccato Club '27, '28, President of Junior Class, Vice-President of Senior Class, Secretary of Sunshine Society '27, "Looks Like Rain", Websterian Club, State S. S. Editor, High Life Staff '27, '28, Cauldron Staff, Editor-in-Chief, "Pickles", Sally Mae Byers Composition Contest, Class P ay. EDITH BATES Silence is golden. Sewing Exhibition '27, Art Exhibition '26 Gym Exhibition '25, '26. rin. V " if . - .. ,W Iwi", -s K- . " N, Af Q, 5214. . 7 if-ifsia-l ff it. nf: -F ,.,-x.,'..1 ' 'fig 'fm . ' ' . it . xfermiiweb gf' 5 54,5 su 1 7,,,fecii,,'f 4.4, was W,-vgl.. If 'wif :S arm, " ,,f,.,-fs 4 -Q.-M Y QQI, I g,,, 4, 57"-sqai M mf- .ia fu. ' . Q- -1,i,.-aw - " ,--'Hr-my - .v M. N M .M-1' ,A S v,ii5.,:"H . C185 T , T M . rg. -5 -4 f, L...-., -, . , . '- I Fa,-.."f' Q: ' ' ' .. F ,V , , 1 x ,: ' N - f -' 14 92. ,, if Vx K ' Qi . " "f"QlQ.A- , -f ,J -1,1li1"' 4 4 Q. " ' M, ' A 'M 'H . 2 .- Q M '- -'I ,-fs-' '- -am ' ,--- .- ' - 15:5-' " ' " 1'... H, ':,. ' " 'lf' . - ' : ' ' . f M "-mv.. I n A VHV, U JW I W. ,,. . I5 p x . 5 'r J-In-my -1- Y '1mMJ,..,e'1:f,':f,... . ff ,l..- 4 , 'mg-,b:a,u ,ylv t U HV ,. :M U 1 I in Q . H f .4 U mtwww 1 - I Hkgiavfl' ' Qi..-.f, U . 1 , 2, h 1. ,ggi-". .4 ga . , , w e . A -Y , I H Y "'4w,,.3 J W- gh- -v.s-a.,...x- V "'-an H . -M x F YINEEDA BEHR Shc's an "Bear" History Club '28. LADIOINE BOGGS f'L:xfuyette, we have come" Glee Club '26, '27, '28, Forum '28, "Maid and the Middies", "Pickles", lnterclass Basketball '25, '26, "The Building of the Ship", "The Man VVithout a Country", State H. S. Chorus '28. JOSEPH BEWSEY "Together, We Two" Varsity Track 26, Interclass Basketball '26, '28, Latin Club '26, '27. SADIE BRIT'l'AlN lt won't be long now. Staccato Club '25, '26, '27, '281 Orchestra '25, '26, '27, '28, Band '25, '26, '27, '28, State High School Orchestra '28, National High School Or- chestra '28, Gym Exhibition '24, High Life Staff '27, Editor-in-Chief of High Life '28, Del- egate I. H. S. P. A. Convention '27, '28, Curia Latina '26, '27, County Latin Contest '24, '26, '27, District Latin Contest '27, '28, Interclass Debate '26, '27, '28, District Commercial Con- test '27, '28, State Commercial Contest '27, '28, French Club '28, History Club '28, National Chemistry Contest '27, Cauldron Staff. BETTY BILLINGSLY Ma ry Elizabeth Advance High School '25, '26, '27, "Pickles", Glee Club '28, Websterian Club '28, Staccato Club '28, Class Play. FLORENCE CAREY A Deeds. not words I French Club '27, '28, Sewing Exhibition '27, Latin Club '25, '26. RUTH BOGAN Sure, you bet! Gym Exhibition '24, '25, Curia Latina '24, "The Building of the Ship", Class President '25, French Club'27, '28, History Club '28, Stac- Cato Club '27, '28, Shorthand Team '27, Class Treasurer '28, Class Play. IRWVIN CARTER The Senator -54. U ,-. .Ek I v 1:5 ,,1:J114-1,.:: ,4,, W 6 L I' V. A V ,,,. 2 'I . Q -5.2-3, 1,1 - .ig war:-4.3 . J. W M-viii ' 1554.4 ,gegvv 4, f .,. -... , -11v'1-vw" +. "' ' ,Q ,- "'-vmfw 1 7 Y, -- , ,-v.. ,,,,.. iq 51 ,H , ,..... .m..raA" l, "-14:8 Hd H ' ' ?'f2f-AF'-' .V ,ff A , .--' -F' " ...V ' A ' vc SN n f' ' ,flgvpzaf f lg- A A ,Qu U G 4 15.5.29 1 " - dv.. , ,L ,nv ,M ' M51 fn El la 523216,-. 'f .Tla ' vi" -- -. Ll if ,lg W-4 l W ..,. A. , , -- it-Q' 7'T"'fY5'- ' Wifi ' 'F-4 , . , if?-'Zum w-.W hr' V . , ' -w...x.,:,:-J ' -f fi 4uw-??w :am -45jnLQQ??VWw5Wml 'f 1 9 N, ' iq Q , 7 4' ..,-,Hi . .r ,r ,g:i,g.3-sf'7i. , yu 2 it-1-77:3 M ,413 Wm 53 :51 V 0, r fm ,- my , Y ,qu ' - R I 'J Q: f e 5 04" fig? . 9 .. ., , . " 1 -W ,zugfffki + Spf- er-f"-6521, Q I ,I .fi . 1 . " 1 -he I I-, V- Y' -9, ii 'ww . 'aff 4. 1 -1 'N' ' ' Q 7' keg, Q if ,Ly V Ne V 'PP A ggi' 1 A' my 7' ' . 'Q ' Q -, 'tif ' " 'i""W'i"A' R ' 'Q' P A .- we 5 Na- ww' we 2 ' J' ""'f V- as 3 " , fl, .I I -L r f' , ,A V - Q52 34, . LUCILLE CASTLE Decorum Gym Exhibition '24, Curia Latina '27, '28, "The Building of the Ship", "A Man VV1thout a Country". RUTH CORNS Diligence French Club, Gym Exhibition '25, '26, Sewing Exhibition '27. MAXINE i'A'l'RON Patience "Building of the Ship", "The Man VVithout a Country", "Pickles", Gym Exhibition '25, '26, Glee Club '27, '28, French Club '26, STEPHEN CRAIN f"I'he Student Prince" President of Senior Class, Booster's Club '28, Vice-President of Booster Club '28, Orchestra '25, '26, '27, '28, Band '25, '26, '27, '28, "Building of the Ship", "Man XVithout a Country", Dele- gate I, H. S. P. A. '28, Xifebsterian Club '27, '28, Secretary of XVebsterian Club '28, "Looks Like Rain", Curia Latina '27, '28, Forum '27, '28, President of Forum '28, Interclass Debate '25, '26, '27, '28, Kokomo Dual Debate '27, '28, Cap- tain of the Affirmative Triangular Debate Team '28, Class Play. I MORRIS UOFHRAN Cherry Interclass Track '25, '26, '27, Intvrclass Ras- lcctball '2li '27, '28, Live Slock Judging Team '26, Corn Judging Team '27, "Pickles", Glee Club '28, History Club '28. HELEN CUDAHY "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" French Club, Gym Exhibition '25, '26, "The Alan WVithout a Country", Populus Rom- anus '26, ELDENA ITOHEE Modcsty Gym Exhibition '25, Latin Club '26, '27: Bookkeeping Team '27, Sewing Contest '28, Sewing Exhibition '28. IVIARTHA CURRY When you say goodnight- Technical High School, Indianapolis, '25, Gym Exhibition '24, "The Building of the Ship"- "The Man Xvithout a Country", French Club' "Pickles". 3216. 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HELEN FLOYD Naughty, but nice Websterian Club '25, '26, '27, '28, Vice-l"res- ident of W'e-bsterian Club '28, President of Nlfebsterian Club '27, "Pickles", "Building of the Ship", "Man XVithout a Country", Gyn'- Exhibition, French Club, High Life Staff, Caul- dron Staff. ROBERTA ENlJIK'0'I"I' Bagged Gym Exhibition '25, "The Maid and the Mid- dies", "Pickles", "The Building of the Ship": "The Man VVithout a Country", French Club '27, Curia Latina '26, '27, Websterian Club '27, '28, Secretary-Treasurer VVebsterian Club '28. CARL FREDRICKSON The Chauffeur Boosters Club '27, '28, Treasurer of Boosters Club 28, President of Boosters Club '28, Forum '27, '28, Vice-President of Forum '27, Secre- tary and Treasurer of Forum '28, Advertising Manager of High Life '27, '28. HERBERT FEAR Anything' for sport BOB GRIMES Austerity Forum '27, '28, Orchestra '24, '25, Cauldron Staff, "The Building of the Ship". HELEN FLATTERY She speaks for herself Danville, Ill., High School '24, St. Agnes Academy, Indianapolis, '25, French Club '27, '28, Vice-President French Club '27, President of French Club '28, Staccato Club '27, '28, President of Staccato Club '28, Cauldron Staff, History Club '28. DIILDIRED HARRINGTON Slightly Elevated "The Building of the Ship", "The lllan VVith- out a. Country", "Pickles", Glee Club '27, '28, Gym Exhibition '25, '26. lfhv. ' VW' -. ffl eg.. , 4:5 ,. H5 'Af x , w,,M,.1,-ef-5-egq:e,, In ,4 Q: , 5: kt ,s '52 velv V wigigeifef-""":e ,,p1 " '1'1T' f.1!f,:,5i2fu"'1fQ. --. . gf, we ff .Ye 5, , 1- '-2 H' . ' " ' H l- " .lf f l f " - V - ' a . 7' '- ww- , C217 fate' '- L . ' N V N ,C ' ' e llr ,,,i 4':Ah ,.f 7 , "k' "' 'G-fit" ' --MM :,. ' ,. V -'F' JAWIES HAYES I1-hubod , Varsity Track '26, Freshman Track Meet '25, '26, Varsity Second Team Basketball '25, '26, lnterclass Basketball '27, ELNIER HOLST W1-ll, I d0n't know- Corn Judging Team '25, Dairy Judging Team '26. RUTH HODGEN The paramount type Vice-President Sunshine Society '27, Presi- dent of Sunshine Society '28, Vvebsterian Club '26, '27, '28, Curia Latina '25, '28, French Club '27, Second in Sally Mae Byers Elocution Con- test '26, Sewing Exhibition '27, Gym Exhibi- tion '26, '27, "Evening Gown Indispensible', "Looks Like Rain", "The Maid and the Mid- dies", "Pickles", "The Man Without a Coun- try", Central Oratorical Contest '26. v. EYELYN HORLACIIER Easy Steet Websterian Club '24, '25, Gym Exhibition '24, '25, Latin Contest '25, Curia Latina '25, '26, '27, "The Man Without a Country", History Club '28, PAULINE HOLLIS A perfect lady Sewing Exhibition '27, History Club '28. LUUILLE HOWE Smiles "The Building of the Ship"', "The Man With- out a Country", History Club 28, Sewing Ex- hibition '27, KENNETH HOLMES The silent places Boosters Club '27, '28, Tnterclass Basketball '25, '26, '27, '28, Mechanical Drawing Exhibi- tion '26, Manual Exhibition '26, High ,Life Staff '26. CHARLES C. HOWE Steauly, boy. steady. Manual Exhibition '26. 9392, x ., - ug , X- ,ff yo. , ,li ff ,I 'Lge' Q ., ' -:ii 453A X. 114' 5' . .L F, "U: r i M, '-1' -1 . 'x -k fix? . - '.-ig? ff ,, . W- ' ., , Y ,- "WAR ii ' 4 . 'L 7 L N .-.iwwmm ,,,,,,,5 gi a t -A' ,, ,gvW . jf,-. 'J -1 --,J , -V, . , . ,A , , ,W ..p..,,-te: - A '1 -f 7. - ' 4 an - ' . Ei' '- ' ' ,,5gfr1 ' "H-M. ,W ..-- -4 :. '- "-....---0 " ' C227 Jug ' 1? -vfztxi , Q Q,-, f-+f:.,uiSj,'D'Q',- . g t "',,-' ' A A N ' " "-' faq, lf.. L W , " 1" ' Y . 1, 5' 3,,5s.,m,.:?' my f , 'V :wi p 1 .,A. - ' . l'1'e-aw: i - f f l " J aw --4' ' . JAMES HUFFORD Misunderstood Class President '241 Forum '28g High Life Reporter '25g lnterclass Debate '24g Vkfebster- g ian Club '26, '27. MARY JOHNSON I'm not sure, but- I "The Building of the Ship"g Gym Exhibition '24, '251 "The Man Without a County-y"g "Pickles"g Glee Club '27, '28. JOSEPHINE HUMPHREY Toky Gym Exhibition '24, '26g Glee Club '27g "The Building of the Ship": "The Man Without a Countryug Latin Club '24, '25. DIARIE JOHNSTON Meekness "The Building of the Ship"3 Populus Ro manus '26g "The Man lVithout a C0untry"g Winner of First in State Latin Contest '27g glee, Cqlglb '27g Curia Latina. '27, '28g History Ll ' . CARL HUMPHREY And still they come! Interclass Basketball '26, '27, '28: Varsity Second Team Basketball '27g Varsity Track '26, '27, '28g Interclass Track '26, '27, '28g "Pickles"g Latin Club '25g District Commercial Contest '28g State Commercial Contest '28. NIILIJREII KEIIPER Wie'll sing an "Butler Wm' Sougu. '- Sioux City High School '25, '263 French Club: Second Vice-President of French Club. ERNEST ISGRIGG 6iEr'nie99 Interclass Basketball '25, '26, '27. IONE LANE "Memory Lune" Gym Exhibition '25g Curia Latina ing Eyhibition '28: History Club '28. '26g Sew- :frsg i tz , M' 1 4 b www ,1f,,.,i:e.f,a4w f turf'-1.-.V 'L ' - ' ,-wS'JiK'5v4. 1P f ' f . w,er'-'-- X ' - Q.. -1' l f' +' . 49? .f - aff .,'. pe- - ' .V -:XA A-..f,,..l M , 4 X I4""'5-u... -, 1, i"f1'f"-'U"":-'-'V' "' ,ea ' C235 '6!E'7'51-wb, A Q ' aiil , I Nm gigs atm, .-fl 1 1 Qc' 925- M' 4 K I 'H .. " G-' f fi 1.- .Ali . -, . ,b " 17 '5'iffa,. . - .' ' 442--.,. -1 'TT'?"T""' 'H V ' f M----'-f ' W . feff.. ' .fr " ' 'Vs w - 1 e ., ' ' ' N525S?5'R"""""1. --f:,nx. . ' ' -7 amf:v""' ' . 1 - "w'2u,,,,-R . . 1- . -Y. ,y D Q. N, fwfr, , ,TX " 'Y1--:awe 5 , , . . . ., , . . . r If 4 M I .in H Q Aw, ,- Q? 5 aw Rah: wi Y f mf A ELENA LAW Dignity Latin Club '26, '27, History Club '28, Glee Club '27, "The Building of the Ship", "The Man Withfsut a Country", "The Maid and the Mid- dies", National Chemistry Contest '27, BERNIECE DIQICINSEY Quietness personified Sewing Exhibition '2 8. HUBERT LEADER And n fill-:uler" he is. Interclass Basketball '26, '27, '28, Agricul- ture .ludging Team '26, Manual Training Ex- hibition '28, Class Play. CARTER MICHAEL Reserve Power Manual Training Exhibition, Mechanical Drawing Exhibition. MARY LIPP f'Cnppie" preferred Glee Club '27, '28, President of Glee Club '28, Staccato Club, "Maid and the Middiesf, "Pickles", History Club '28, Cauldron Staff, Treasurer of Sunshine Society '28, Gym Exhi- bition '24, "The Building of the Ship", District Commercial Contest '28, State Commercial Con- test '28. BEULAH MOORE The sister to "Misery" "The Man iVithout a Country", "Pickles", Gym Exhibition '25, Glee Club '28. HERMAN McCALL The Smiling Scotuhmnn Interclass Basketball '25, '26, "The Building- ing of the Ship", Populus Romanus '25, '26, Cauldron Staff, Assistant Business Manager, History Club '28, Class Play, Mechanical Draw- ing Exhibition '26, '27, liianual Training Exhi- bition '26, '27. ARNIAND NORRIS Beau Geste Varsity Basketball '26, '27, '28, Varsity Track '27, Forum, Glee Club '27, '28, "Maid 'and the W Middies", "Pickles", "The Building of the l Ship", "The Man Withoiit a Country", Orches- l tra '26, '27, '28, Class Play. ,, J Q ' . . V. A - 17: "'if1,s W as G,:':fQ" - ' Nb V .35 2 15, E gg ES, -.- .Em .1--.4 . :",,, X J -3- fn 1 - , f N. "' - ' .A-N. fm :.ff+"f"1s'Pa1:1.5-f. by-.., ' , ,f 1 ,f. 'ag.,:wg.-gr., JQ?f'.g,ug4f5w :H-. K Q Q-if 1, 3 ,, r ,.- 1' . Y v . was E, "i?fii'1?f' is-Q? Vg' ,, , " . 'f",,'.-.-fi.-tri' ' Ai 4' ,' ..,,, riff ""'-hc.: ,'..,., ,-- .em-1 .ww--21" -.-'D' ' C243 ' 1 -N ... - ,. - . , 1 .ff l 'A dt, t. if ' gdf w- 'f , N-' V' S -H 1 5 ' A ,- it --:. 4. 1 ,- I '2 . V iff ,g,,,f . , . 1-L-im... I' msg ,,, ' " ' 7'-Yfe-fi,,.,.,, J' gf gr , .-ff . 2 .1 z , MS?-. : A ' . , Q .r i -f e ., .. K -15' 45,-..,. ' f. f 1 "f vg , . - F .E , 51 . '5 N, , -an at ,,, G, X , L.: 1 1-4 hm .nf , - ,,, M 1 , ' -' f M ' fl t " , RALPH NEWHOUSE Hzlirpin Populus Romanus, Curia Latina '26, Inter- class Basketball '25, '26, '27, '28. JIERLE REEF Fore! Interclass Basketball '25, '26, Golf Team '25, '26, '27, Forum '27, Interclass Track '25, D IDROTHEA I'AIN'l'ER "Whai's in n name"? XVebsterian Club '25, OLIYA RICE "Chink" Gym Exhibition '25, '26, Latin Club ES'l'HER PENCE She's just the "type" Staccato Club '28, District Commercial Con- test '27, '28, State Commercial Contest '27, '28, "The Building of the Ship". MARTHA RICHARDSON "Sunil y 'l'enneSs1-9" Pleasant View High School, Pueblo, Colorado, '25, Central High School, Columbia, Tennessee, '26, '27, Volley Ball Team '28. ENINIA I'LE'l'l7H She loves an farmer lad Glee Club, Gym Exhibition '25, '26, Sewing Exhibition '28, "A Man Without a Country", "The Building of the Ship". MILDRED ROBERTS 'fMusic hath charms" Glee Club '26, '2, "The Man Without a Country", "The Mai and the Middies", Curia Latina '25, State Glee Club Contest '26, Sew- ing Exhibition '27, '28, Art Exhibition '24, '27, VVebste1'ian Club '24. :fri ' I f 1- Q '2, 3 4 If ..- If .f if mv so ,za-J' .,fv,q,,af,4, 'mm " if. ,AH', p.-f.i'Yi. - A " ' ff,-' i i -ia.. ' A, ., . fgigf if' 22512 3" . Q iv ,i,1xt.,.f, .- ' ". . 7: I", f, -F . ' , ' . . " ' :KL K Wai., W' , -. -im v WL iw,v,,.v , v-,,. ..,-. . rf' ' ' f"'f'x.-... . .Mem-1 '1"1'N-'-""-we C255 lk.. QL ' .- 'V - . ,, , 7- 1 il5 lli irrl 1 1 ili, 2 iQ l . .ii 'ix N-ku, ,M D 'M . QW l, Hifi, V 4' M . .- , 'u " 'ra 4' ,il "' 1 H Y' -2 " .,, a, -. - . Fi' . , ,, ,,:eWg..,g,..' '-- 1:1ff:q,,, " f .aww-" .1::f-'Ffh - ,JKT . - f X " "ffm-. if 'A ' ' ,"',f:H-fi' ff-' l, 2 .,.. '-'HJ ,. "rf-21 ' up .- " ' ' i: " "u.L ,.,g 'fs - wa 1 M' , , Q 'K' ' ' -g ' . . .mrfgrg-mf-ei, ,N , r K vvti 9 - . ,QM - is i 1 fx, , X YW M, I . ,, s + ff ,U wer,-Q ,,. :wal-I1 '- g V 'f+,,,g.M- vi: - lm, - ' , -1,i.,x..w- ,,,,...-1 V Q. E 1.- BILL ROBISON Salome Forum '26, '27, '28, Wfebsterian Club '26, '27, '28, Curia Latina '26, '27, Boosters Club '26, '27, '28, Assisiant Business Manager of High Life '27, Business Manager of High Life '28, Inter- class Debate '25, '26, President of Websterian Club '27, "The Building of the Ship", History Club '28, Populus Rornanus '24, '25, Consul of Populus Romanus '25, Minstrel Circus, Inter- class Basketball '25, '26, Interclass Track '26. DIARY RUFH f'Muud Muller" Sewingrlixhibition '25, Gym Exhibition '25, '26, Art Exhibition '27. ESTIIER ROBISON Dutch Girl Sewing Exhibition '27, Art Exhibition '26, Gym Exhibition '25. ESTHER ROBISON Yen! Rah! Michigan! ' French Club, Gym Exhibition '25, '26, '27, Latin Club. IRENE IROTHENBERGER Hail To DePauw! Glee Club '25, '26, '27, '28, Vice-President of Glee Club '27, '28, All State Chorus '27, "Maid and the Middies", "The Building of the Ship", "A Man Vvithout a Country", Staecato Club '26, '27, '28, Cooking Exhibition '27, Populus Romanus '25, '26, Curia Latina '27, '28. RIIPHARD SHAVER The golfer Interclass Basketball '25, '26, '27, '28, Curia Latina '27, Golf Team '25 '26, '27, '28, llIARGAR.E'l' RUCII I want "Moore" Sewing Exhibition '25, Gym Exhibition -'25, '26, "The Building of the Ship", Art Exhibi- tion '26. IIAZEL SI'0'I"l' An Efficient Person Glee Club '26. '27, State Glee Club Contest '26, "Building of the Ship", Gym Exhibition , '24, '25, Sewing Exhibition '27, "The Man 1 VVithout a Country", "Pickles," .Fn,,s1..-,..?, I :kv ,,.. -...X-,'T5f1ig,,,.,.?Fw , . J' " 2249 "Q ea- Y , ,, ,, . .. 'f. -.Ei 'gf . 1 fr . W, , " , ,A ,. gf .ie 7 'W - " . q.,,,, .i 'el 'f " ,-,, C ' V' , :-'-I . l 4 , 9'-4' ' -if ' ' -i,- .1141'4?g3 A 'z' , 4 ' , , ' J , C265 3 . "ll wi- 1' L1 ' , ,1f2+vm:,,,,,,, , ' ,A ,.Qd5'f""Z45lQy,-ii, W , -1 ' 'af-'33 .- , , fer- 'I " ' f - ' , , k H fu ' 2:.1x.1Ww'a-:QtLJH5wfwi Hh?w".eeiAw H' fsyf Q ,gfTf"'-r+mwse'3ssf.-H an mmm' mix gwv - ' f'rWwve'1e,wff'g --waee,' mt.-4 war, f-V emiavwf' 'W assess' ff H m-asxeW55fe 'iffiaatf iwffiaei '-Lyzi-3? -- - .Q-. A ' -wasp' - V JEROME SHAY HilndS0lll0 is as handsome docs. Vifebsterian Club '26, '27, '28, Orchestra '25, '26, Yell Leader '26, Band '25, Interclass Bas- ketball '25, '26. CHARLES SDIITH "Smitty" "Building of the Ship", "The Man Without a Country", Glee Club, History Club. LORENE SHEETS Doozle Gym Exhibition '25, French Club '27, Dis- trict Commercial Contest '27, '28, State Com- mercial Contest '27. '28, "Building of the Ship", History Club '28. , HAROLD S'l'EIER'I' 64011 the Banks of the Wabash" Boosters Club '28, History Club '28, Presi- dent of History Club '28, Interclass Basketball '25, '26, Varsity Second Team Basketball '27, Populus Romanus '25, '26, Cauldron Staff, Busi- ness Manager, Manual Training Exhibition '26, '27, Mechanical Drawing Exhibition '26, '27, Treasurer of Boosters Club '28. FRANCIS SHULER '55 and 10" "The Building of the Ship", "The Man VVith- out a Country",Manual Training Exhibition '27, Mechanical Drawing Exhibition '26. RUSSELL STRANGE A "Strange" boy Orchestra '24, '25, '26, '27, '28, Band '26, '27, '28, Interclass Basketball '27, '28, NIILDRED SODISEL 'fSong of myself" "The Building of the Ship", "Man Without a Country", "Maid and the Middies", "Pickles", Glue Club '27, '28. JANIES TANKERSLEY Peer Munn Orchestra '25, '26, '27, '28, Band '25, '26, '27, '28, Interclass Debate '25, '26, '27, '28, Triangu- lar Debate '28, Kokomo Dual Debate '28, Inter- class Basketball '26, '27, Golf Team '27, '28, Forum '27, '28, Secretary-Treasurer of Forum '28, President of Forum '28, VVebsterian Club '27, '28, Class Secretary-Treasurer '26, Yell Leader '28, Cauldron Staff, Assistant Advertis- ing Manager. 7 , mls' f- 1 fwsaiikfef- ,,,, ,n' - ,a- w.-af if-iff -F ,Ji iff? 7 .. " fs ,ZA 4. is 45? 3, ' .,,??iHi , ,.,-q3h 't,,,ag!54f ,,sa,ji5e5rEgi5es,,g, ffmgg elm ,. MKS:--f33f7f'E,wa--we -K-asv'-' '. f - 9 .,-y . ---. f ,V V' an " - . ' '1,,e""" "zvbi'5..-Q:'7'?1:xf-1' 'ff f. A -' ' . - K-'V' , ., 1 - " ' 1--, ' f 4 -' v--W-saw -' - " W- ' '- . - . 4' ' -egg: -gb, .-44-.g-.1 M.. .f-.. 1, .fkq.fmf+,z3,Fg.v 'f C275 Q Q- " , 1- 4-Ii 1. 17 1. 1 U15 A' 17+ -I .d e ,.... if ' . , -""?-A2 ' "N 'l ' V 'I-5---'H- ,AWS-"'.-2--f. C 5 : I A1 45 .- 1. A 1. pw 4. p , ,.. .tau In if gl,.Qh3Q,- I J . gl5f5v..Jrij-,3,:. .,b.:.Y . ---- :u,a,la,: N. .. r '-,zc rweivlvf was 15 , ix , . . ,,,g:iiff' -"M-aa,.,.,,, A :u f 5 E N Q BERYL SILVER The Bluffer , Jackson Township High School '27. LEONARD WILLIAMS 66Hi99 Varsity Basketball '25, '26, '27, Interclass Basketball '24, Glee Club '25, '26, '27, Mechani- cal Drawing Exhibition '24. LOUISE UNGER Louisa Staccato Club '26, '27, '281 History Club '28, Curia Latina '283 District Commercial Contest '28, State Commercial Contest '28. MARTHA KINDRY Quartz Lite Artist Latin Club '24, '253 French Club '27, Gym Exhibition '24, '25g Sewing Exhibition '27. EANID WALIJO Easy Goin' Gym Exhibition, "The Building of the Ship", "The Man Without a Country"g District Com- mercial Contest '28g State Commercial Con- test '28, ELIZABETH WRIGHT GSS0 Big!! French Club '26, '27g Vice-President of French Club '27g Gym Exhibition '25, '2tig "The Building of the Ship", Music Memory Contest '25, Sewing Exhibitiong Art Exhibition '27g Cooking Exhibition '27. HELEN WATT 19 Kilo-watts JESSIE YOUNG Frcshie Sewing Exhibition '26, '27, History Club '28g "The Building of the Ship"g "The Man With- out a Countryng "Pickles", Populus Romanusg Glce Club '27, '28, as., " I -V sir' Er" W' .iii 2'1" . .. .. . V I' -ft' 'ff-f 3 "Q by A ., iw ,EH ig ' iff ,gf l ' P. ' ' " , -M -- , W - ,, ,-M ,,.- V4-ev, 35. -,1 -- ..,., +-,...:,t... M... ,..,Q:ww1-' .W-f.-'f-we-"..---' ' fkE1f?::Q:.g,3N.4i. i: - ' C233 A - W ' ,4 ' " - M , .11 . I "iii, ' -L 11- 4 I .D 'Sf V' ,V Q- E ,Mmm -fg1?mi?w....ch!: , 5 m y rg Flys. fr Mum! fQMWHyy wg. ,m?a " VMyW1 ,,m,' --wWwWww2 V. fw . ff' rt A.. wi- ' X - S - . W V5-:.:..:::15:,.M-s,Mhab3',,:k ' --qrfituqwvp -4:2 - Q, .,- .A MIME , , ,,6 L. H'AJQ3? ., I n Q.-nj -'YW,.,v:mp::-- - JM- ' " - .2 - ' 3 ..LQgqg5.:v- " 4.-1,g,,s-'gt f '- ' . -, v . wwmwf' 'L ..,..m- ' It - JOHN BROOKS Individuality Curia Latina. '26, Forum '26, '27, '28, Webster- ian Club '27: Orchestra '24, '25, '26g "The Build- ing' of the Ship". WILDA KLINE Kentland, 1926 model PAUL VVARD The last lap Interclass Track '25, '26, Varsity Track '27. JUANITA WATKINS A Ministelds Dailghter Shortridge High School, Indianapolis, '25, '26, Populus Romanus. "L 1 ' . 1 ggyy. '54 . " .5 '- ., 2. 1'-Si , ,W IW.. . M l -m e M - 2 'ii ,ef ' -3 ,yer ,ga sr .. ,. ,r . 1 H A V' V gn? fl, l em? jf, 3 ,,v-if-QM . gi, Mkiifc' ' . H V' 'jf ff' N A ,. . . . gf 5 Q 1. 1' 1, -'f- f-2:1 Qyf-l-w.,,,wQ F ,gg-'wh 3'-'nifty' Q. - U 1 'je Q Q--A V , " 'W ., , ' -- 'Q ww:-f: '. ,-' - 3-51 'mr 4' '-..,-:v"f"', 'j ln, "cg'wf3- 5.11.,g5l"f5TS.l.fqgz.q5wg,ff' -V -- U I -- N V- H .14-LN U0 M , Mwwwt-A K-awww . ..Q1w+Kf- ' WMM w- QxQwY1Q2'1hQ .N M-M... M.. , M- """'1"'t""4""""" ' 1.,. . , N. ,l C295 ,if v i ,I ivgfijfr ,. " ai: ' '. .1 f--Gin , WY 93 'f -f n wwf. 1 f ff ' af' , ' . , - 1 . f " ,. f5..ym5f:': ' ' 'rm ""m"'-fb ' Ca I 1-on ,it lifufirf K it ny-lmzlwu yv ,gs ,- ., . 22"-wM+ ,"'-"'1'f'f' am' XL :mas A. ,- " " 'Nfl Mn-,.,f,. l 4 -f- WW, C309 U, . 'se' , ff" i " . :.- - A' ' i ..:. P 1 up ,Bla if , 1 'ii 4' s- 4 -+L-. , YJ, . 5 E .vm 2 1 N, , N, , 'ft ,, .N -W ,ss Q, f .Ji f i W :Ek ' ' 1934, 1 ' - ' "' 1' ' f f51H1'S"""":.- .f a. 'gal-:,....tf QM' "15f!1-- 5 - in-Q --In 4 ., f -' .F 'f x . , ,,,,, - 'N , i rm? ' ' ss PROPHECY Une sultry morning, late in May, a tired, worn, nerve-racked lady, no other than our principal, Miss Howard, sat at her desk staring abstractedly out of the window. Vlfearily she closed her eyes, trying vainly to forget the commotion of that week-the bustle and perturbation of the graduating class of May '28, Presently she wandered into a land where figures and buildings seemed utterly strange and unknown to her. A dark, serious-looking chap, no other than Harry Ashley, approached her and unrolled many bundles of rich and vividly colored Persian rugs. Our principal, influenced by the persuasive power of the salesman, purchased the most costly and sat down upon it for a rest. Q But lo, slowly it began to ascend into space with Miss Howard reclin- ing comfortably upon it! Soon she discovers a revolving, crystal, globe near her. Peering into its depths she finds that it mirrors bits of life transpiring below. She spies Betty Billingsly taking orders for Maytag washing machines, to aid the fatigued housewife in her daily routineg and Ur. Paul li. XYard making his calls on his patients with Carl Fredrickson, his faithful chauffeur, seated at the wheel of his imported Sunbeam H. Over a school she flies. Wfithin sits Andrew Barton, striving to teach Latin to a group of listless students. Now, she approaches a body of water and recognizes Everett Derrick, a handsome, young life guard, in the very act of saving a flapper, Marie Johnston, a well known girls' swimming instructor at Palm Beach, from drowning. She sails on and passes over the XYhite llouse. where, much to her -is W T1 iii? eff . ., I .... , ,A , . Nt. -- .. lg I' 'X f -' ruwmwh A- 5 N . , QQ' ,Q Q . ,.-" 1 "" ., -Fd? , A, by .rr gy if 'ff i M N ferl tliw WQWW' s 1 fi 'mm N e r X " fi 4 ' .. 'G 'ke . -if 'R , ,A . it, .X M B ,-ai. .- ,gy C315 2 ,, fs li' .,f- is J X3 if , '. ' ' v ' uw." ,.,. H +5534 ,, ., .., .. .-fiswqggi ff .. -f-v i ff? ' ,M -it-"1 ' ' ' 22313597 S ,. i t , 'r-1--link "fm :M Q . ' We" 1"fif22s::,gm.-ef'-q i ".:mgv-wafMTF Eff W' w'f,.'miMh-5 w.aa.+V',wP 'fQn,wra-QV aa.ffQtUceWrs-T amazement, she sees that the president is James Hufford, and his cabinet, distinguished members of the F. H. S. class of '28-why, there are Hubert Leader. Secretary of State, Charles Howe, Secretary of Treasury, and Ernest Isgrigg, Secretary of Labor. Presently she is looking into a tall theatre in New York City, where, seated at a grand piano, is Esther Pence, gliding her skillful fingers master- fully over the keys. Cn the stage is Eanid VValdo, her rich voice entranc- ing a critical audience, while Sadie Brittain is delighting them with a novel toe-dance. She then passes a smaller theatre, similar to the "Conley," where Bill Robison is hard at work strumming a banjo, and Herman McCall is sway- ing rhythmically, demonstrating the latest dance hit. Back stage is Ruth Hodgen, assistant stage director. Now the carpet glides over a soft, green meadow where Harold Steiert lies stretched comfortably under an old oak, taking life easy, as usual. On and on she goes, over cities, lakes, rivers. A new sight comes to view-she recognizes Robert Grimes, flying like a streak on his faithful horse, to save a petit, dashing titian haired actress, Lucile Howe, from being kid- napped by the cruel, crafty villain, Kenneth Holmes. Presently she sees, tucked cozily away among the mountains, a beautiful house. It is a private sanitorium for the insane. In it she is surprised. to see Stephen Crain, who lost his mind trying to work out a new theory of life, and Helen Aughe who went insane trying to count the stars. Then there was also Florence Carey who thought she could invent noiseless thunder, but, alas, in vain. The magic rug has now guided Miss Howard to the balmy shores of Hawaii, where Leonard Vifilliams is directing a Hawaiian orchestra and Ken- neth Akers is teaching the fair "Hulas" athletics. Presently the magic glade reveals Evelyn Horlacher, Pebeco Tooth Paste denmonstratorg Mildred Roberts, a prima donna in "Zeigfeld's Folliesng and James Hayes, a professional stage clog dancer. Suddenly she beholds Morris Cochran, who is owner of a "Modiste Shoppeu, conversing with james Tankersley, a Paris representative and buyer of gowns, and Clarice Arm- strong, likewise a European buyers of hats. They were discussing the lat- est modes of feminine apparel. Suddenly looking down she realizes she is in Lafayette. Here she sees Armand Norris driving around in a roadster. He was turning down a street between 4th and 6th. The rug begins to move swiftly so that she loses sight of him. All at once Miss Howard finds a newspaper in her hands. Changing to a more comfortable position she leisurely reads the news. She glances over the pages and hurriedly scans the following headlines: "Jessie Young is believed to be a second Cralli Curci"g "Mildred Somsel is made matron of 'Select Schoolifor Girlsif' "Beryl Silver, mayor of Frankfort", "Martha xi-Q V -af. .L Li' -' -- , .: s -A r ' 5' I:-ww a . S' :W if ,.., 1 .... -. ' -if -. ,. " 3 . if - .. fy 1. . , . , ,. . .. . - , ,. ,, .M .,x...,,. ,, if f 'E' Mis. Q." w ,,." , .. -ff k .- .F 5L..+'CTi'! "-'- f a' , 't' lst" K ' " yt ,Qin " I, ...,... ff 2 H ,. .... ,J "j,.fs:,aw+-W - sm-New-1...---" ' . ' C325 , ' 4 A H :il A., ..- H My, 1 , N. .. ,ASK f' Q2 5 I, , . ,,...f- it-,.,l, i at .I , Q af . .K Q I -N--ra., -,,,a,,,,,q', f-" -' Y. . . -"I, '-'- - - --he 1, -3 .. . - ,ft ' - T I i..-Ha Curry, new owner of the 'Princess'g" "Richard Shaver, new yell-leader or the Frankfort Rotarians", and "Oleva Rice, new state governor." A sudden gust of wind blows the rug northward. Looking down Miss Howard sees the city of Chicago stretched below her. She sees Herb Fear in the act of clinching a sale in his new Ford Motor Sales Place, Jerome Shay is enthusiastically planning a picturesque Spanish interior for the home of Mr. and Mrs. LaMoine Boggs. Irene Rothenberger is leading a well known girls' orchestrag Esther Robison is competing with the Ruch sisters in the laundry business. Mary Johnson and Ruth Bogan appear to be the world's champion roller skatersg Russell Strange is at the head of a chain of grocery storesg and Marian Baker, the originator of a girl's bank, whose members are Hazel Scott, Mary Richardson, Emma Pletch, Berniece Mc Kinsey, Wfilda Kline, and Edith Bates. Looking again in the glade she sees a millionaire, Ralph Newhouse, who has made money by training cats to dance. She also sees Juanita Watkins who has become an evangelist, and Helen Watt, Beulah Moore, Martha Kindry, Josephine Humphrey, and Eldena Cohee who are teachers in the various schools in Indiana. Mildred Kemper's dreams have come true, she is now in the Indiana legislature speaking to her amazed audiences. Mary Russell is the new proprietor of the "Rainbow Inn." The place is so crowded she calls on the policemen, Charles Smith, Merle Reef, and Carter Michael to prevent a riot Peering deep into the crystal, she sees Lucile Castle has taken Gloria Swanson's place on the screen, Helen Flattery is the girl's football coach in F. H. S , something very new in the history of the school. Suddenly there was a terrible jerk and a frightful noise and Miss How ard feels as if she were falling, falling, down to unknown depths. One more jerk and she is awake. How perfectly embarrassing for the high school prin cipal to go to sleep in school and have to be awakened by Mac! VVe NVell! Do you believe in dreams? Afterthought If the name of any member has not been mentioned in the above manu script, feel not slighted, for I forgot to tell you one thing Miss Howard saw and that was the collapse of the Peoples Life Building. All the people in the building were killed, not a soul escaped with his life! So maybe you were among the many victims! Consider yourself dead! jk H Ugg. x -- i ff i -Q' L wi 4, 'bu i':5'J' Aga' 5 , , - ' "Hs" ' , I' i5 i.,,5 . Aww. aara, .eagifgg 'x4ai3sv'5fw ,,ar j,yigg5if3aaigigaj,,N Agjlqf ,, , , , .... as 'N-f..g,,W Mfg"m,,,,,,, - vw,r..s.4.:af-QL,..ff , C333 - , V . ,.. . r U ,J "P Wifi-ma-.. 4 A RY-T' 6 A 6. g s , .. . 2154. .19 - ,. -T571 - g ' N 'i fs?" ' sl.. -' M i-.'g r 1, ' a. ' .- N-1 "Wil - ' f - fl-vm 'Fl ' ' . ' 's 6 " ., -' . ' A J - , :fil- 1 " '- ' .. . K ...f.-s'a2Q?F" .1 ffl' ' ' 'THA 'kiifq' fi damn: G " ' I Y", 'Q 'Y' .. " " 4 ".1'u "" "f ...,., , . 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Mrs. Fuller, the wife of Frank Fuller, proves to be the mystery lady with whom Jack was stranded in a ferris wheel on that eventful night. Through the play runs the love story of Dorothy, Mrs. Temple's sister, and Captain Sharpe. Finally, all events are brought to light, and XVigson, that typical butler, leaves the Temple household for new realms. H. V ' '. f' 4 sm- i wxinfw' z .G 1 ,I .-w"ffa'.:-' J., " ,- ' s ': f: ' 583' ---- -'wiia-Liga az,-f""f: . S4 'Ji ' 'ggi -r u " -f -1 .3 5 -' EF uf-wfgf'-ewwmwvetWlllwlffvffyrf' li' .. if ,ax . J' ' "-- f,z."' . L ,qf:Qm1s5,S,1+f::'?'- ' " ' A '- ,,,, ,,..,.w-".g:,,SN,,-fa ' . f - 57t:r':x-',:,w:+-' ' 'f f fx" ' -' ' Ha-.3.,fI?3" '- 2-:Jim-.,. " u ik's'5, m'? " 'W ' T'iYsc!':'w was ?'f'-TT sf' ' H343 559 35555 ig , 1 W f,,. Tal' L r ' 'HW 1 V' 3 V ff X A yy? My W ' :Ar l 'W' RR' in I ' 1 5-J 4 1 s 4-rw ff .1 1555" X 'A ' Ti" .1 Q -' ' . 1 ' . 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Seventh Row-Martha McCarty, Harriet McDonald, Arthur McElwee, Hal- lie Newton, Mary Norris, Edwin Record, Hilda Redington, Blanche Reese, Walter Roush. Eighth Row-Junior Ruddell, George Padgett, James Pogue, Mary Painter, Glen Parsons, VVilliam Parker, Lola Mae Sagor, Ruby Scott, Ralph' Sheets. Ninth Row-Mary Shuler, Kenneth Smith, Louise Smith, Retha Somsel, Irene Stewart, Rosalie Stinson, Samuel Stott, Louise Swango, Ralph Thompson. Tenth Roxy-Willie Joe Thompson, Tom Tobin, Charlotte Trobaugh, Bergen Van Brunt, Hansel Wainscott, Beatrice Wayt, Olen Willianisoii, Roscoe Wills, Edith Younkin. gn. ' . 4. , , -1.155 , fig , ,. .44-ms -L' ' M 2 . ' , 'ig .ii M. - 1 , 'rw- -, ,- ', af' 'R Kfif karl-:E F N-,M,:,ef,3EX3,,,qAM - g' -, :ig A 'K gif if vii? 'f - fi' -fl' .- i t ' -. ' 'Q--i3I.fl- f'm..,W:+wf?-nfvwv lf' . -.i -K a -V - , -li -, ..,i, - ' +,,'-.ENN My .wht .. ali'-, . ',,,,,,,,N,:,. .1,f.1g+,::,gg,g,,,biETS., l . C403 ,MW M.. MJ., 1? 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Fifth Row-Etta Ray, Robert Thacker, Genevieve Schultz, Edwin Shaffer, Dorothy Stinson. Sixth Row--Charles Stuart, VVayne Swayzee, Mary Villars, Margaret Vincent, Frank Waiiiscott. ' 11 We . ,,., .. , emi 1 ,, - --' .. ' f 4972511 ' " i if 94 VE 1, 'mf-, ,,,,g,rrigg'r3ffidegw - in-aft. F H ,. 1-ff ft.: - ' -fa?ggf1aL1sJtf,:i.., ff' .jf f' gf 1 ,:- ..,-' -...1.-- gf-" "I . x, 11 '- . ' t. V .- ,-1. ' ',.'-1 ,,gzp, ,,.-ff A :qagqf "Hu, . -'H - g- .H 'li if 4,igzL43'-fW4- A ' W " X .... ff- . 'N'- -u -.'2':j""'i if,:','f1,-455' , .-'-1' ' ' - ' 77' ylvw. ' Q, ' ' ' .fi"C .Ev fr. . ' ' f-.xg - "fin, 'vw ' ' . -,M ' .EF l"- YPA "ii'1'h:afa.-1-W' t.-'-A+-in?" "M its -"n .. .. ,:.""" .M gm, YQa9,,,,4v- 4 N, ,A ,, , W. 1' M , .,,,,,:,w.h, ,, ., ,.,,. ., ..i ,ir . . . . -..U ,I mp C423 . . .5 1 L K , ' ' +9 ' f - ,V - ,f,i'fg,N':' rf, ' ' W, a ff 'Ya .f 1 H. K' .va " 'A w I-jg' - ,-.gf f ' P11 ,, - 5 -5 ,4 - bf ,. 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Seventh Row-Ray Price, Bob Primmer, Fred Reno, Alma Richardson, Mar- garet Roberts, Elberta Robertson, Kenneth Robison, Jack Ross, VVilliaIn Rothenberger. Eighth Row-Maurice Seaman, Lula Schenck, Laverne Schilling, Frank Shanklin, Fred Shanklin, Charles Sheets, Teresa Sipe, Kathryn Smith, Marguerite Stewart. Ninth Row-Evelyn Stinespring, Mildred Swinford, Lloyd Swisher, Mar- guerite Templin, Robert Thacker, Dale Thomas, Mildred Thornton, Margaret Todd, Margaret Toney. Bottom Row-Fern Utterback, Opal Wa,lters, Roy VVaples, Ghiles VVayt, Mary E. West, Irene Wolfe. ,ww ig ' , ., -5 sf s H ee" .fi-. V - -- .14 C447 v . 'Z ,V E A " ,,,. .,V .. f I ' A VE " bfi. V ' V'r .lX'Hfg ignii r if i' 1 f fs ' -K 'S .?f' 4 V ' LLEH f, 1"' W? V55 ,VV 4 V - -'A- V V '- V f' . Q v'-Q ' " , Vg. w V V H V, - 5, ' ' , si' I .. , V, .51 5 . V A 1. V . , . . . I A b V M' , gag? an V , V 5 V , W A, V A V , VV V -. V . 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President Vida Merchant '. . . .Vice-President Louise Smith .. ..... Secretary Mary Lipp .. ..Treasurer in , ' "UWA- avff 42:1 " f r ' M .- J ,rw 1 ' ' L -, - me 'E 5 'X ,. "W . . 131' 'i r,,-...Q.-wb-ww-', . ' "6 ' -4 ' ' H .. ., A ' ,L if . iiixfffkm' ' MILE? ' 'f 'U ' ,wi 'mf 1 i l15' 35'f"' N---,, 'if .V - ,pr 5 Ng. K il, ?'f'if::f1f,-- 1134-X fvvzvw- H in 'P+ '-"i11,1'-- Nfifig' J" " A ,. '-"' ' Y' M Y? 25?1wif3"ff5f' '4ii6rQLw"R-We .. ww fi lr-'fi ' Qmzwxw-" qMM-,w--xg..-u--"' """?:E.Q5:,v:gfg....-M2521 ,I .. ,, .. , 1, ,.. , ff . E M j V IIAQ 3 .:,A . , . 1 tret 1 4' b aata at 1- ai. 3 I -. V, LB, A v f dd... -.. H, it ,:, .. f HZ 4, 0: A Z' ' JAR 5 ft? 1' 5- wa 4. Y ig' .- f "' 1 N-.ii -1-" 1 ' TS' rn '-Q' A- " Xb LL c- a. . 1,-..1. ,. , Q, st. . - -. r- N ,V ., 21 qs, -- . - fm 'A 'laws 1512? ' "" ' aw- , '- fir' ' ' f f,:lT:.-"i '- SUNSHINE SOCIETY The Sunshine Society of the Frankfort High School is bringing to a close another successful year for the school term of 1927-28. Several projects were attempted and carried out by the girls this year. The first of these was an ice cream social, which was held on the high school lawn and which met with great approval owing to the extremely hot weather in September. This social was soon followed by the Get-Acquainted Party for the Freshmen girls, at which an interesting program was presented. For the first time in several years the Sunshine Society did not give a Halloween Party, since these parties have ceased to be a money-making or even an interest-arousing affair. However, the annual Christmas Party was given, with former officers of the Sunshine Society as special guests. On January 12, this year, the Society gave the first of a series of pro- grams by the various departments of the high school before the whole student body. This program, which was greatly enjoyed by all, was composed of songs and readings, both by high school and outside talent. On February 2, a three-act comedy, "The Mollusc," presented by the Redpath Chautauqua Company, was given in the Central auditorium under the auspices of the Sunshine Society. This was an excellent play, but owing to other activities, it was witnessed by only a small crowd. On February 10 an important meeting of the Society was held for the purpose of acquainting the girls with Mrs. Sandefur, the State Dean of Sun- shine Societies. Mrs. Sandefur told the girls of the work of other Societies and talked on the subject of "The Development of a Rose-Budf' The officers for next year are as follows: Vida Merchant, President, Esther Goar, Vice-Presldentg Mary Norris, Trasurerg Emma jane Howe, Secretaryg and Louise Smith, Corresponding Secretary. This year's officers were: Ruth Hodgen, President, Vida Merchant, Vice-President, Mary Lipp, Treasurer, and Louise Smith, Secretary. This year the girls increased their sales at the Sectional and Regional Basketball tournaments by selling, in addition to candy, blue and white caps, apples, doughnuts, and eskimo pies. The candy sales this year exceeded those of last year. VVith the exception of the loss on "The Molluscn, this has been a good year financially. The following report is made by the Treasurer: Money taken in . . . . . 31,038.57 Expenses ........ . . 819.40 Profit .................. .. 219.17 Balance from last year 106.18 Total .................. . . 325.35 Charity .......... 147.25 Balance April 20 .. . 178.10 "tw . 4 , 1 - J-,,' g f. ' i ' . .. ...... ...' -f1. 13 ' tl . "f ' ' 'estmw -'-. '.': j ,,,,..,, , ' C559 I- 'lv .f I' . 1- ,, 1- 0 '39, ' '- . mag-1 JS.,-1,5,,5A:+xHgj-1' ,...- - H , 4" ig., j f 'F f "1 . . ' W- ,. W- 'f 1' .. 'f, ,,,f"'Q ., ., 2-:--.TM 33 ' 'A ' A ,egg r - - i. " - itfxQJ31:,1.qmMwN'4Q...- -' ' ' ""'i'--.:...,,:4.1'fl1'1'- , .Ugs:"-.f ' ' '-ff. ., '., ,' nj -,!??.':g f1..,l,' ..,, . tff , V- 4. -5 . " ' ' W ""' " ""e"5w2Y2ei5an,Q.ifx-iwff' , "M-w.,...,..4 4, " -"' . ,..,. . ..,,A A.. '- Top Row-Tom Forrest, Bergen Van Brunt, Andrew Barton, XVilliam Robison. Second Row-Fred Shanklin, James Culbertson, Adron Barbee, james Tankersley, Everett Derrick. Third Row-Earl Owens, Frank Shanklin, Mr. Chapman, VVayne Martin, Wayii,e Swayzee. Fourth Row--XYilliam Parker, Robert Ragsdalc, Carl Fredrickson, Ernest Isgrigg, Stephen Crain. THEFORUM The Forum is an organization for the purpose of furthering Public Speaking and Debate. The members of the Forum are well versed on current topics besides having had much practice in speaking and open discussion. This fact was shown during the adoption of a new constitution, which is a fine example of the F0rum's ability and perseverance at the time of greatest need. The Forum in the past year has sponsored the Triangular Debate and for the third time one of Purdue's debates, and this year the VVabash-Purdue Debate. Due to the successful and energetic work of Mr. Chapman, the attendance and in- terest at the meetings have been very good. One of the annual events of the Forum is the Forum Homecoming. This year it was held during the Christmas vacation and about forty former Forum members were present in addition to the present membership. The officers were: First Semester, President, Stephen Craing Vice-President, Carl Fredricksong Secretary-Treasurer, james Tankersleyg High Life Reporter, Tom Forrest. Second Semester, President, james Tankersleyg Vice-President, Robert Grimesg Sec- retary-Treasurer, Carl Fredricksong High Life Reporter, XfVilliam Parker. 1 ,,:-rms' gf ' ' 1-x ' f" "Wi w fe .E lNg,f,:tM.,JQL.,rg.+v , 3 F, , I ' Hn: ,V :rxisa 5,?8:..a?iI:..Q,,l...-,, I. fl ,Q iv. Q. w '-1--ww . ..,ff4mQ,ig-.-i'L.s?"2' N z - 5 J' sv . A -"' .fs . 1 .craps 'L 'Wi bit----f ,,+"Z.' .us .if ., i 525 ...NW " a M -'t- "'1-'s..:!9""5'w.. 3511-2 L, ' "W" ' -2 r:Hv,'ff:.:p--'M C563 ' ' A,,.. , ,, g k- x, L , ..,. - ,L I A J. if f.- - 1 Y- : my .. ., . " , ,.:,,.. ,, .,,. , " . ii f Q. Q,,. .' v'fW5g .. ,. 1- - y '+'m-evil' .. ., , . ,,.,x , ,, f J QC A4 gg : , 5, A f 6 K 4 'tk -4' A ba-1 11 ,1 , fn " my it ' I, P -. see? in ,Q - gf W ,ee 1 My-.1 ,, .av , .E Q. I 5 -Wjxlii-,..,-:m.,,f , ' i,. .11 I I V .. In . - I Q11 , ,Y - ,,, ,, we '- .,,,g,m,,,,t, - V 1 r 1-...i,.wm, .1 ww.,-I LJ N,-, I , .1 -.1 I.. 1, . -Qi, ,gif .4 A ' I4-A ki: --.,I eu-, - l - . 1 f . . Q.9:fiS1-- 1, mv-aa.. . -- 'A 1. fs, - J ' ' ' Top Row-Louis Miller, James Tankersley, Ruth Hodgen, Vida Merchant, Richard Ber- gen, Tom Forrest, Fred Shanklin, Stephen Crain. Second Row-Tom DeVaney, Paul Cornelison, Florence Slagle, Eugene Thompson, Tom Downing, Edith Younkin, Charles Oliphant, Robert Ragsdale. Third RowwEsther Goar, Betty O'Rear, julia Daugherty, Everett Derrick, Evelyn Hodgen, Frank Shanklin, Roberta Endicott, Martha Mundell, Fourth Row-Louise Swango, Bergen Van Brunt, Helen Louise Marshall, Betty Billings- ly, Mr. Chapman, Helen M. Kingery, Helen Floyd, VVilliam Robison, Frances Inman. WEBSTERIAN CLUB Officers A First Semester Second Semester Pres.-Bill Robison. I Pres.-Tom Downing. Vice-Pres., Helen Jean Floyd. Vice-Pres.vHelen Jean Floyd. Sec'y-Treas.-Stephen Crain, S.ec'y-Treas.-Roberta Endicott. The Websteriaii Club with its four-fold purpose, to,fterther the interests of its mem- bers in public speaking, drama, literature, and parliamentary procedure, prepares its members for active part in clubs while completing their education, and in later life. This is the age of clubs. Both me11 and women are called upon to speak at various times. It is Well for everyone to have some training in this line. This, the tenth year of VVebsterian Club, has been one of the best it has ever had. More than ever before its membership included those who are actively engaged in de- bate, oratory and dramatic reading. Many interesting programs have been given through the co-operation of the entire club and with the aid of Mr. Chapman. wiht V ' , V ,,,,g.:v1 H , . .A+-as , - ,f' Q3 A - .fsfiv " ' wg yef"." 1" wi' V ,Q : -A - .fr-g,gf Q T, ,X 47- i , i' i .' 1 .. , mc Q., H-if -' ,.,,.v 'mf "z -1- 3-ggam, - ' , ,ff . ' at , ,- , H' V5 if 25 t 2 J' . 1.41 . ---fffwi . gl, Qt "'4f-'f3?'i10-ivbvmes. f 'f ,..- 4" M.e"" -I -,, "t'i"',.w-the!-1 " J ' " v i-f,, ' ' . ,.,. gg-.Y wh Ajax. gilt'.f.T7Q.5gg,1--.gen I, ' 1 'A ' ' ggi, V iz'-5 . --.ff QL . l Q. ' .Quik Wyse, . X. I las, , N ,W-,,,,.,-W... f ,... . ML., im ""'-M... ..,, ,.-.fa . F' "' ..: ,..4.,-- C577 Nm.l + ,Q w t ii" 5 M ,AW 'M f A 1 6 ...a f'f:'w-. ' 'f e'.w.r,1f" "' g --1 4 ,, -o , ' a . , , ' 'f , . 'i-N " --f.1qqv:1'- - ...df ei 2 F ' - -5 fi ,n I fi f gm, f 9 4.3 1' wrefff + t h ., Nc R Y - , ., Top Row-Irene Rothenberger, Martha Curry, Paul Cornelison, Roderick VVess, Tom Forrest, Lucille Rusie, Katherine Smith. Second Row-Janet McConnell, Evelyn Horlacher, Helen Flattery, Miss Stair, Ruth Bogan, Hilda Redington, Hallie Newton. Third Row--Martha Clark, Catherine Martin, Dorothy Hildebrand, Sadie Brittain, Mary Russell, Florence Carey, Mildred Kemper. FRENCH CLUB In 1919, the year of the introduction of the French language as a high school study, the French club was organized. For several years following its organization the club was inactive. In 1926 the club became active again and for the past two years has been popular as a high school organization. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in French life and customs and to foster conversation in the French language. To carry out this object French artists, important buildings. and sections of France have been studied at the meetings. An outstanding feature of the year was a 'ATravelogue" given by Miss Amy Beatty of Crawfordsville, who recently toured Europe. WVith the proceeds of the Travelogue French song books and wall charts were purchased for the French Department. -56.2 " I w , -x .4 1-bs ,,.,ilf.+"-ffYfff+:.,g,i .s- M.,-i,.tg.L .J ,, ' Q ,fs-,555 f I, caac .M a 5. F' Q7 . 'lil ,I 5 f--1 ,L it iii- M .a--lfagg-' R 'f' 5 25? V. 1 i J . R3 1 'gi " ' ' 5, ------ Ge- , X.Qs'+g--wi-f22:1,,i'2''wt-1"'5fj: ,, .. se-f...1,,.-. -' "" ' "5 ' 1 . w4.,.,: aww-W-' ' "f"-1""C's"'-M-A" C535 f ' N N ' ' if 'li .15 97:3 ' ,V -Q. J V QL ,- - " V LM ard -:-,, , 1 ::-,zfirfftv wggfwi f A' " '34i??3ifi'V L 'lf 'A ,f 'f5"'f"21f BM Q 'fu V 3 1 ' i" ' m"5 . ""i1--Q----.,..,..fw, fix 'fs 1- .sp " 'j " -, i . , ggi-'-4 ' ag. . - " 51: ,, "',,5,:- -' ' 3 - . - , S '. viegfij, v,,,,,,,,g- K , M , f' .-,fwlp-,V h wy: AAv N.t,fJl, U 1 I ,T V X, f.:,,,,,, QVQV . "Ji 4. . U ,. I . - qv , , . ,,,,,5 , ,Q i . Ui K E Y ft, K I H51 .6 , 41 g,i.?jfff"' , ' " .ixwwahfwin . r Rak i m gy 1 , A 5 'M-f -- A ' wwe: - . . . Top Row-Fred Shanklin, Vida Merchant, Ruth Hayes, Frank Shanklin. Second Row-Emma Jane Howe, Elaine Bowman, julia Daugherty, Betty O'Rear. Third Row-Marie Johnston, Lucille Castle, Mr. Earle, Gladys Howe, Miss Steinbarger. CURIA LATINA Curia Latina, which literally translated into English means 'ALatin Club", is an or- ganization composed ot the members of the Vergil and Cicero classes. Its purpose is to foster a more advanced knowledge of Latin than can be obtained in regular class work. The officers for the first semester were: Helen Anghe, Senior Consulg Florence Benjamin, Junior Consul, Ruby English, Quaestorg Louise Smith, Scribag and Stephen Crain, chairman of the program committee. A study of the lives and works of the greater Roman writers made up the program for this semester. Louise Smith, Esther Goar, Vida Merchant, and Emma Jane Howe were officers for the second semester. The program committee was composed of all the executive officers, with Emma Jane Howe as chairman. The programs for this semester centered around modern Italy. , :Fai . H "" ':'ijq.,, a',,,, 'T'5' tar ayttfffterewtfa J':ff1'f3-E... 'L L . claw. ' , 7- ifweel .sr figggki ggies .E'e f.2 1 -- ' ., ,Q i5?5?t,"f ff' ' '75 .ffr"'W 55 Y' -ffef' A' . 5 . ' a,..L.,m, M. m::,,,,,av " ' 1..v .-.-.iw-'gg,..,-y--f - l f5u,eixS,rg,?H,,'g.1. -I - 4 C595 . - , .vs , ' . an , 4. .V--1 A hug.. . .4 M: SA . 1 1. , 1 , 'ass I "Elf 1-.. ri' f 1 lf " 1 4 ' Q, ' f f 1 gg, by fr " , , , :.t, n . 4 f I. we-4 4' .-1-42,35-'iv , A- ff' if t ' Z1 v ' H 1 'fi'Pf" ,- 'wi-Jrgg, M 'R' .. ' '44 -' - - . .P Q -v sf ' - ' g'5-zuWqf1ifj3:rw'-4' 'l 4'fWfsafn.f:Q. - " ' "J W " V-ms:-' - ' hjfmv - w.q?qsi5 - U N Top Row-Ruth Hayes, Miss Steinbarger, VVilma Tompkins, Emma Jane Hoxvc. Second Row-Elizabeth Dorncr, Frances Campbell, Nora Hampton. COUNTY LATIN CONTEST Frankfort High School was represented in the County Latin Contest this year by Elizabeth Dorner, Mariam Miller, lllg lYilma Tompkins, Nora Hampton, lAg Ruth Hayes, Milton lirdel, Division Hg and limma ,lane Howe. Division IH. Of these students. XYilma Tompkins and Nora Hamp- ton won first and second places respectively, while Ruth Hayes xvon second in her divisiong and they, as a consequence, gained the honor of representing Frankfort in the District Contest. - , 1 'gm .- 1, - ,M ' ,fmffr H 1, il- ,.:.s -f?1'fs2fe-3 - -1 L ' :'. , if "f'f-'3lf1':?-3-.W i ,. . bf' , ., - " " .,,.., rf' V W . ,, C605 Nam ' T 1 . -A - Q . --':' f ' 4---, A 1' 4 , Q .4 i n " ,v.- --1 C 'lug' L CM " ' fi i' Sw in ' :ca E H U , lim' is 1 .T L me ff 3 . ' ff By -4 ,ff 1. ' 1 -ug -..,, -' - .M f..,,,,:a-ff. " A . 5 -'rf-,, '- .f - ---f1:Q,M,n .fa - V., - T, .v.Y.5c ,.V7S,,UvA4,1 Mg . Q ,. K :fr -- . gm-5 "Wi ' stef 2 " ' ss' ' awww "M-.s . f 1 Wilma Tompkins State Latin Contestant OUR STATE CONTESTANT During the school year l927-28. Frankfort High School again had the honor of being represented in the State Latin Contest. This was made possible through the efforts of XVilma Tompkins, who won first place in the lA division in the District Contest, which was held at Crawfordsville, on March 24, l92S. Wlilina spent much time and effort in preparation for this contest and deserves much praise for the honor which she has brought upon herself and her school in gaining for Frankfort High School the distinction of being one of the few schools to be represented in the State Latin Contest. 1- 1 fi I ' , . ,2:?L'5 it -. 'ww " . 'fi 'KEY iiiml il 'A , 'Q : VE .21 Q35-hugh .Q 1, . if ew, I U igzik sn ' 'f,,ajyf.e,f 64.-. Q, -,N'1,1 1 A I 3,5 1-i . - N E 'j..5,'L:,ga f , ' fx ,J A, ,,V, ,ef-1'1l15Lfd,,ffff' s S C615 ui? 1? ' 'gi 'final' w "' 74fif1's1-v-W 1 H' -- -"' .. -,ww .1 a ' ' f.v2m.w'f"1- M71-new - i n . I, 5 V . is 'V , Jil N F,iQi.1,I-' 'Wear 1 'Cys l .L ' I: --.- Ea. ' ,,-i. , K -..1..,-tfaffwt fjxk ' -L1 '-Stir, ' ni' 'QJQ.ig ,3g. L , -' N,,.., . f '- ' V -, 'L a . ' 3 'Wm ,ESM s"'Ma.u3".ifl M-,Nr W-sims. I, , f-.,,,,yg.,5ig?.5a . .. Q TYPEWRITING SQUAD Top Row-Sadie Brittain, Lorene Sheets, Pauline Hollis, Esther Pence. Second Row-Dorothea Hildebrand, Della Livesey, Mary Johnson, Hallie Newton. COMMERCIAL CONTESTS Although the connnercial department is not a vocational department, it is one of the niost useful departments in school, for it trains students to take their places in the business world when they have completed their high school education. The commercial students come into the limelight but once a year, and that is when they enter the district and state contests which are held in the latter part of April. Since competition for the positions on the various teams is always keen, practice begins soon after school opens and continues during the entire year. No team can be successful without the assistance of a capable coach, and the success of the contestants for the past three years may he attributed largely to the efforts of Miss Irene -I. Carfield. She has huilt up the stand- ards of the commercial department, and much credit should be given her for this year's teams, which are the ltest that Frankfort has ever had. at 4 ' if at Q as : ef f ' 'ri -3-jf Q "'r-154'-1-M., f-rv-2gf'l5?'-.-H11-iii' Egg "+ 1 -F is er' fa A -., ' .4-1" - sa-'e'fe""t' .. '5'94vs9'7" ' ' ' ,Y '1 '- ei.. ,, :'f' '- 3.5235 F' ' -- 2 2?f?':':" 43 A i ' , A ' """ is EVE? -,-s:f,L,,g?m,' i1:,g5,I ?,15F,,-G'31'.w- J- V.. -, -,.,..,MM, 1258? .diftfiggdf-H' .s.W-- ,,,.,-- C625 it , , , Q A,,- A ' ', A I ' it ' I ' S' lg I "", ' ' 'S - 'A" i fi " x-.A FR 4 ' 'fr if 'T A-'iQ,.,. 4 N., S -wi C. ,, .f ' . A -ll 9 4-AJS, .. -v 3 f 71 - 'Q J -sf " NE 'A , T ' x. H 2,5 gyicsfdffv . -wr-i in , rt A u p ,, M7 I 1 3 G f f M rn 'fb M if . .W A Ov If " A ,A-- f .. ' SHORTHAND AND BOOKKEEPING SQUAD Top Row-Sadie Brittain, Esther Robison, Carl Humphrey, Ruby English, Mary Lipp. Second Row-Eanid VValdo, Louise Unger, Louise Swango. DISTRICT CONTEST Beginning Typewriting-Frankfort team won first place in the district contest, making a team average of 53.6 words per minutes. Those on this team were: Hallie Newton, Dorothea Hildebrand, and Della Livesey. This team won the first place team award for Beginning Typewriting in the district. Individual Honors in Beginning Typewriting!lst place. Hallie Newton. speed 63.2 words per minute. 2nd place, Dorothea llildebrand, speed 55.4 Advanced Typewriting-Frankfort team won first place in the district, making an average of 66 words per minute. Those on this team were: Esther Pence, Sadie Brittain, and Lorene Sheets. This team won the Advanced Typewriting award for first place team in the district. Individual Honors in Advanced Typewriting-lst place. Iisther Pence. 73.6 words per mnute. 2nd place, Sadie Brittain, 69 words per minute. 3rd place, Lorene Sheets, 58 words per minute. -fa. ' , , A i,.,:fa2:5:f,5. ,- ,,,f-rw-,-.1' LQ' L ' 2 ..,,-'F32if!'f - " "A if if ,-TW' fvir' . , A -s ,'. , ' ' fa ' wrrirf -E .. S .-iw M r 1 .P S is ' Q "' 1' in xi . 51" , . , , I f .V ,, 1 ,:,tH,,.,:g'py-5-f4s2:,,,- X .ggim ., Q, . Q ,AQ Y ,,,. , . . I , ,,,, . M ,, .gl V 4 - f-jl,WJ,,.,,.5.Wr, .pu A .f " ,J ,uma . V. M. .,--A j.,mWK,,w1' 'e1"f:fsb.,agggg,ig', -' C637 my i. 1 A X an i 4 if at f . . . ,. ' .QW , ig- - -s is-V: 1 - ..-if V 1 - , Y. a . . .. ...., .-.., . 1- '- ,. , ,. '5J!'5?" 1 ' ' '- . .MLf'f . ,. , ,E . 2' - . W? " ' . -2215553 . K ,"' ' -' . . -:M . ' 1 ... .. f- " Ig V. sm' .. ""52f- ' .gr rv .-or . ,a ' .. 'i ' 5-"T r 1 155' 4- I 15-i ' ' Qi' . "" 5' 7Y o " 9 ku i',"'WN 'V 1 A gg 4451 495,59 r t . fi W -v -x Um ' .. ,wif-' ' it eff it .5 . , "Ah 2 r ' Q 4 - ,nu Beginning Shorthand-This tean1 won first place in the district with a team average of 98.7 per cent. Those on this team were: Sadie Brittain, Mary Lipp and Louise Unger. This team won the Beginning Shorthand award for first place team. Individual Honors in Shorthand-2nd place, Sadie Brittain, Grade 989 per cent. 3rd place, Mary Lipp, Grade 98.9 per cent. Beginning Bookkeeping-The Bookkeeping team also won first place in the district. The team was composed of: Eanid Wlaldo, Carl Humphrey and Louise Swango. They won the Beginning Bookkeeping award for first team in the district. Individual Honors in Bookkeeping-lst place, Eanid Vklaldo, Average of 201 points out of a possible 205. 3rd place, Carl Humphrey, Average 187. For making the most points of any school in the district, a district cham- pion shield was awarded to Frankfort High School. Frankfort made 54 points. The next highest school was Lebanon with 29 points. For Winning first place in all events, Frankfort teams were privileged to enter the state contest at Muncie. STATE CONTEST 150 schools were represented Beginning Typewriting-Frankfort team won first place in the state. VVon a bronze shield for placing first. - Individual Honors in Beginning Typewriting-lst place, Hallie Newton, 63.9 words per minute. Znd place, Dorothea Hildebrand, 57.73 words per minute. Advanced Typewriting-Frankfort placed second as a team. XYon a bronze shield for this. Individual Honors in Advanced Typewriting-2nd place, Esther Pence. 67.66 words per minute. 3rd place, Lorene Sheets, 66.8 pords per minute. fic. v gn.. . ,sf P " .- . Q ,ww .f" :i!'i'1f4EL,.l . Q, -.. 1 F ., ', U - - , .. . 5:1 WT - -.f,-QV' Q -3.1 ' 2. if .-1 " A fiif' M' A " A '. . 1. .. :-- -ff fn-a,"m,,, -Q1-:f!2'.a.tgma-,P ,, Q- a . v 2 Aa. H - "',...f,.fa ' '- ---- r...f--.pw . 4. -V , 1 - . v-.1 - V i - .5 . 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Robbins of Purdue, in charge of the corn contest, said that the scores were uniformly better this year than ever before. He paid a high tribute to the Frankfort boys, explaining that a win of third place among 41 entries was an enviable record. All the local boys made perfect scores on their written examinations. The Frankfort team was composed of NVilliam Rothenberger, Edwin Record and Darrel Hodson, with Laurell Hodson, alternate. All are mem- bers of the vocational agriculture department, taught by P. S. Lowe. All are eligible to compete in the contest again next year. These boys are ex- ceptionally strong students and have made records of which to be proud. 5348. , ' , W- ' - 1 ,Auv'3'vi 1 iifww i 51 T57 'U fan ' ., .gif .1515 v , ,. .I ,f -. .gg-5 Ig, ' 9 if V if J 511 - ff. .1-wffeiiw-:-F"---ff . 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The affirmative team defeated the Kokomo and Craw- fordsville Negative teams by unanimous decisions. By virtue of their enviable record, this team should be very highly congratulated. The members of the squad were James Tankersley, first speakerg Fred Shanklin, second speakerg Stephen Crain, captain and third speakerg and Louis Miller, alternate. The question that was debated in both the Kokomo Dual Debate and Triangular Debate was: "Resolved, That the Philippine Islands should be granted immediate inde- pendencefl This ancient question was chosen because it was to be the question for the new State Debate League which laterfailed to materialize, Both teams this year were well trained in the art of public speaking and their de- bating was marked by a profound knowledge of the subject and a remarkable style of delivery that has always been characteristic of Frankfort's teams. Mr. Chapman stated that the outstanding quality of both teams was their willingness to work hard to offset lack of experience. Crain and Tankersley will be graduated and Shanklin and Miller will have two and three more years respectively. The students and citizens of Frankfort have given the teams every encouragement, including entertainment at luncheons by the Kiwanis and Rotary clubs and splendid gifts from the Chamber of Commerce. , ., jg , ,:"',, e f 2. .. ,. 5' ,ff H fit? h .. VF ,..,-,.i-.,f .i ff - if 3 '- ,. , if if 1 f 'va -fi' .iiC..,w5' ' .. w f 'i ' .ffwi :.f 5 e '.:-W? .. i. . .W Rtit lf3S3waaasea5i5Ef3:'2Zgg?PeEiigladfss . :err Esehiy aTaaaS3H5gigEE3QEFaitNt' -M Mfwflaii 5 K"-:t'1':--iiwm."MT1YsY'f1f'ififFl"5f'f1'fii'i' ' " -iw"'ffLM"3""e':- ' -A Tec.-V. -. ' e' fm,,,1'fe23w,'vf"'t1'-'f'Qg:?2aef-f!'S2l31-J-4"'W f "o"3'L .,.'-.M ..- 'wa +11-' 3' ,f ...,...w..... ...ml A. ,,.,,,a.w .w.t.1-W. ..,..--- -:.sg,31i.nigxi,m.:iWf'M C665 .. Q A . M ' K '24 fig a X 1 .K fr - ,. ,-- t . , seiffgf-es.. U . -.'- . .-fe' , ..- .w W" 5 T 'lijfhte P ram, 'stf'e.r:fah-wwf " S.--N jc- ,f "' . . -"M-a,..m!l' ' " ' x"'4w 1-53,55 Nj. 'g-..' Top Row-Adron Barbee, Wayne Martin, Second Row-Bergen Van Brunt, Mr. Chapman, Fred Shanklin. NEGATIVE DEBATE TEAM The Frankfort Negative Team was also well trained in debate and oratory, but they did not have the unusual honor of winning both debates unanimously, as did the affirmative. Like their colleagues, they defeated Kokomo by a three to nothing decision, but they suffered the misfortune of losing to the Lebanon team two to o11e. The negative team was composed of Adron Barbee, first speaker, VVayne Martin, second speaker, Frank Shanklin, third speakerg and Bergen Van Brunt, captain and al- ternate. None of these men are lost by graduation. Therefore, the teams next year will consist of six experienced men and with their work coupled with the characteristic able and efficient work of Mr. Chapman it is highly probable that two winning teams will be produced. VVith these prospects in view, Frankfort should be able to annex another shield to its growing collection, It is through the work of Mr. Chapman that such a showing could be made for our school, and he should be thanked for his patient endeavors and hard labor in producing the debate teams of which we are so proud. ' x I: A 31. , W- ,if...,.:e.ef'g?I?.1"'3sd',U . Q " fi ' ,Q ' A '11 if fra. H 'ww-2 , .,ff.e1-',1,gIpf,, :" .Q A 4, .pen 5 , ., .4 tr ' -.3 --- ' .. 14-',1..,,.1: f-V' "' ' "-- '11 .7 -- I D . -T -' D '-i- +.. f at-rv .-fn ' . X- 'Parfait-,'. .."""'F hi.-.1-. ..,,,,m MM .. ....- t H wiv, C677 ' 'A" '-,A 1 - 'V ' ,, W-,A f , , ,-,- , -C me -- .- ' , z s 4 f .., 1 1' '.:Iz-ff' . 1-V . -ff. f""-S-Sf'Cw " i'7f'f'v:.f- J' 'iffy ' K f 'K ' ww .wx " 3 . l 'WK 1 t q .A'," 1 ,gi Bl AVS it 'sf g , ef if -1 ww 'N if 53 Q jig'-P 1 N I 9 'Wx' 5,712 .ta f f X M 1 1 mm 1 , T X 'ff' gawk J tl J .s-: Qi mfr hm ,M 4,5 'Fe 7 .1 HISTORY CLUB The United States History Club is a new organization in high school activities. ItsiEH3ofKtF'promote a greater interest in the study of his- tory and to proyide an opportunity for the discussion of problems relative to national and local-welfare. The members are the students who are taking United States History and Civics. Requirements for membership are a grade of C in class work and a deportment grade of 92. The officers for this semester were: Harold Steiert, Presidentg Tom Forrest, Vice-Presidentg and Ruth Bogan, Secretary-Treasurer. The programs for the semester have centered around great inland waterway projects. y .. jg, I j Q, ----'vvff-L:1,, L N A1 T at yagsf' I, - Ag - -V: 4, fmig, t , .X 2 H ,, . V, T' .4 'jj is Y' '-1 - 1.54-ea -I gf JZ? Q.. .- J,-V1 "5 -P. V ' .- .I . ' f. ez- ":f:'1'f""w-A .TZ 51, JP ,. 2 -' 3 , A-.qv34..,I:gfbff?1.4.1, v --, 'G . - ' .- 5 , ,. , .r -, ' -i .T . " -4. Ur -m.,,M. 4 mr gb ,x,mM,,s- wsu g vfgif' 1, 1 ' , , f as kt' - 21 "i . : - " A ,fu f.t afwraw' A ,mn,aa f+wWwp" 1-fwwmMw, ,ware ,A, ' . ,,,,:r.. ., , , - it Q- Q ' L ' r . I L A 'f PAN-AMERICAN CLUB 8 V The Pan-American Club was organized to serve as -an 'extra-curricular activity for history students. Its aim is to promote Pan-Americanism. The programs for the first year have been varied, consisting of special reports by students on some phase of Latin-America. Perhaps the outstanding program was a debate on the question, "Resolved, That the present policy of the U. S. in Nicaragua should be discontinuedn. A girls, team defeated one composed of boys. An outside speaker favored the club with a travelogue on Mexico. For its first year the club has been largely experimental, but it is hoped that the experience gained this year will make possible a better organization next year. in ' 4. '4 'ff ,. ,f f T ' , .. rv, V, , . -4 ,,.i,,Q,5,vgfg-4 , E fill A if J 2 f. ,.,, 'M-,.:1-"-Q , M? P- .sa -6 ,. .,,, 5 I ',,T.,ff , HL C693 .. . I fray., . gt ' 4' Pint " -iw ww 1 f -1. V -Q MMU ' - . , A yi: X ,Y ,far . ,el -' qnffh an I A--t 1- 2 . 4 s -w.s'kx , N , gag'--amt.5g'j-A " Q" ,2ff-'fi'.-- " A- "'-ffw,.,,"'.. V .5 - - - ' "" 'WJi5' ' . ' 1 -4 ..:,1t.1QL,-jg ' NWZ 1 my - ,, V , " ' Q4'xJg,L,,.v ,M-A . BOYS' GLEE CLUB U The month of May, l928, marks the close of a successful series of public appearances of the lioys' Glee Club. Under the direction of Miss lnez Nixon, the boys feel that they have made genuine progress during the year. Nllith the Girls, Glee Club they successfully staged what was in some respects the best operetta ever put on by the two glee clubs of the school. The officers for this year are: President, Iiarl Owensg Vice-President, Armand Norrisg Secretary-Treasurer, Harold Innisg Librarians, Wayne Swayzee and Kenneth Smith. The Glee Clubs also furnished music for the Baccalaureate sermon which was held in lloward llall this year. . mi ,- , ,l 1 f .seaznbvf , -'ik ' If Y is -' -ffl" ' fr. . wriffrfvwzf "2 .- 1 if Ei ' . . X 37 ' f f r iw. A L' T if f Y' 2 1 'V-Qesf-2-....,, ai ith! if if --sf mg -e' : A f' 53 'f 1 f. ,.f':f' f--++5,,V:.. arm: - b- A - " 7-'F' 5 , , 2. ,, ,,,, ,Jars 4,,,,,,pA.fl' - sl .Y ws.. ,. . .,,,w,,,, ,Q ,A if 5? ' was 's . L f--- was 1 as--0 ' C705 , , . .-fi.. , ,-,vom N ' ' -- ,. X : I' '2:'.1f:-iii ' . " --"is 7":"-fm. ,-' V ., V.,-rf .I if ,- ' . . -, "9"-'fm'-' l' , ' TIN' ,. "" 'u. " " "g.,..s,,! ,,..A. .iifi -. V C " ' -w V,-.mn eei-' - " ,i:. " ,. lf"'f..'l 511 ,. ' ei w , 1 ' wi3"e .' ,- c 4? -wg ,.., v A - ' . 5 4 - mn -. ,. . af ' ,: - , 5 1 N -,,, ,r N v , r, My-.-M: ' - :1.s,..W:,,. -f , ,. . -1-. , Y- .,z,' -- ia- --.v A . M ,. , V , 1-w.,....:,, . ' ' 1, - W , " ' -fp: K ' gm.. f THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The,3Girls' Glee Club this year, as in preceding years, was one of the most active organizations in the school. The club this year consisted of approxi- mately forty-five girls, who were all very much interested in their work. Probably the most outstanding feature of the year was the operetta "Pickles", given by both the Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs. Over two hundred dollars was made on this operetta. The Girls, Glee Club sang at commencement this year. Much credit should be given Lucille Rusie, the accompanist, and Miss Nixon, who has successfully directed the organization for several years. -MW ' ' ""'u, I V 'ff,,,,,,,,a.n:eq,,. -- .--is .:' - , .offs "f , .C if F, T7 F . ffl? ef.-5? . ' - 'lf '-1 L -- .,,,1fw, - -, ---2.1, .Q , Jf- T ,LA --3"f",,55.-f?ff1".- , -, .931 -' ' in lt'Fii:::f'w-,42,2::z'w- Land' - -'iv -ge. ' - " " -fa. . ...T ' A' lf-53 'wffiig-4.- eg .Qu-P"' - 'Q-H-' .. ' S-me-nnqaxf' .. C713 , .,.,. E . "M A ' ,.,-.rw . -1 .1 . ,qw f i mfer.,a'l. - .ai- 4 Has, A fewnaia-iywizgaa i A f9F,aaaaawaw ' rffaaiaaar rift? 2 1"-1 , l W' is . mi?-F f-z ""'fW ' " 3 1 f "W ' U .. - ' gmt ,..,,.,f',:...:,,, f w V what-,.5 , .- ' -' K , ' , . 4 "H-2 fn-wwf -' 1 ' ' V- .y"f"'t-'W' 19- 17,1 v, -4 . " ,. 1, L, 'T ,, -' 'wfff "1 ,A -"il.IQ.,' , , W fi- X MN-aww? ' t ' hi' ' 2' ' 5' A" -f sag, f.-.a.w' ,, , . . ORCHESTRA Gur high school orchestra, conducted by Miss Nixon, supervisor of music in the public schools, is without doubt one of the most advanced in the state. It consists of twenty-six violins, one bass, one viola, four clarinets, one saxo- phone, one horn, three trumpets, two trombones, one tuba, one sousaphone, drums, and two pianos, making a total of forty-four. It provided music for most of this year,s school entertainments, the most notable of which were the one given first semester by the orchestra and glee clubs, the Redpath play, and the recent May concert. The delegate to the National Orchestra this year was Sadie Brittaing those to the State Orchestra were Sadie and Emil Puffenberger. -V 1, , , i. 1125 pf, ftittataaa ,sgwg.ye:' i . - ,dt 1' ' A Y, frugal-fm. , 'f . .2 at H9 133 me ., .J-' H, z ':, 'w .17.' 3' . if N, V .,.,.q,qv-mf,fY'vfTf'4x4w19f',-.. f " I V' 3552, an Ng97f9:aMw. ,:-,.1w.I.'f" -z -'f Y' ,fc . -: E-affix-L "" " " "':2,,'1Jg:m.M A ,gulf L , -:fr ,121 -N' "N -' f - Z ' - , J,-1fJ:,fg.gfQ+S ,afg- ' ".'--Pin ,!fPF":95 H ii- 4 Zkmiz-, 'HWYC I ' ' " ' 1fiEi'ia,.,, '-fs. '- -Aw qv' 'vis "-421-flmfw t'3iHL'Ii?f7" MVQM Wt' 'TM' ,. -.,.. , WsQse2aufL.,,. Wmqsmlxifisrt ,aw-M" E, . . .uLN.,, C725 1 as , a ,t v a T al.. ' , QI ' -fn-ff ' W A -- . 1"--+.--, , --A . . :,.,. -N, 1. lea... --A r Q-,. ' I ,-L- T it Y N , S ' ,Q 1. Q " .vim - f mmf-a. 1, -2' , H In THEBAND The Frankfort High School Band, as organized by Mr. A. M. Thomas, has now been in existence nearly three years. This band now consists of about forty members and it is one of the outstanding school organizations. At pep meetings, basketball games, and celebrations the band has been instrumental in arousing the pupils to the enthusiasm which is so vitally 'im- portant for increasing school spirn. , 'The band has not contented useh xvnh lnaying rnendy inarches and popular pieces, but has striven hard to master overtures and music of a more difficult nature. Much credit must be given to Mr. Thomas, our able leader, for, when affairs were not successful, and the players became discouraged, he would stay with them and give them encouragement. The band has made rapid development and much praise is due the mem- bers for the faithful, earnest attitude which they have shown. ,, ,- " f, ...m,g,,, ' - ,- ' 'f 'Q ,ta -fa ' mQfwwm.Mawmwg3g,Hfiia ffm X 'dqQwrmWWwVW'm,mwwwf a, :ci-fmfa..-fm,-af we- . -a fa va '- A .- A ,. H '- W ----'- ' --of '- if -,,fg,,,3f,,,,,:z:.- -,L . 1 -VM. , L- ' da. I hu V ww, J . , A- I.:-L: -'-H-ef.. , ,-faafrfl' -'HM' --A C735 .. ei-.sf .5-1, . , . L. Q ,,,: 5 A ,Y film G -,Pg , 1. 'M arm-w-M 5 71. .1 e M fm ' mf . 0' 'lf ' M ii f M fr-3. . m ' 1' . ,Q 1' "' "1 gi ' f . ' 'Af 1 I-Y sm AN 0""'h? 1 ' 1. -5 . '-'Qg,fQgs:Xf:' ,ff , 13 : lv 'fm' ' ' ,, D ' is ' 'U' .' wi fi' " 'f-' Z '4 . :.1g4p, us-1-ly - .eff-.fft-gp., ,gf . .M ,ew ' L . , 4- I. 2-:nw-f1.' . A- "u.v" .. UR -. 'WW-WL.-,f. . . i:, , j: dai" , ' 'WVLQQ-.,." 5. -'s -. , " M , G 5 1 -' -l-agar I 4- Q f es Q .2 ' - X.. W is ' .HP f sy.. M , .Q W .Jil - "4' J- . , . .- STACCATO CLUB VVhen the Staccato Club was organized in 1919 by Miss Nixon, it was known as the Junior Matinee Musicaleg in that year it joined the Tndiana Fed- eration of Music Clubs. The present name of the club was not adopted until 1925. 1t is the purpose of the club to create and cultivate an interest in music and music appreciation. The club chose this year to discuss and illustrate the music of the various countries, each meeting to represent a different country and its type of music. The programs proved to be very colorful and entertaining as well as educational. Not having brought any special talent to Frankfort this year, the mem- bers helped to sell ticket for the Walbash Glee Club program. It is hoped that the purpose of the club will be continued and advanced in the future. The officers this year were: Helen Flattery, Presidentg Helen Marshall, Vice-Presidentg Vida Merchant, Secretary, and Dorothea Hildebrand, Treas- urer. :Qui H .,.-,uv . " . W.. f 'L V ., . 'EQ ,S'ss"gf'1 W.. ' - LE, ,- . ' -"T, 2,1 - ', 'x 1 mf" ' , , ,gal ..., ., ' , '- ' 1. , . fl 1 W V gr .., ,. , .A . , L -,g2'F5if..5" J -ry .QFN5 2' , '-z ff? V , ...-r- V 'C " ' ' C .' . '...,..,.f--,Ut'i'efsC5-+- -"' t -.Tw csfvfavxf wwf ' ' ' W' ,...,L-4' A.. Q' --L M ...ss .ff q'r2flic.... ,.,...'..,K ..f..:.ww-"" V 'f- .1 " . ,Q . X' 4' ' . N' "gilt ' J 'esiiw ' ' .-cl il " "' -11.1-ga IQ' I K' 'L-...ants-v-N Jfysv .. , - . i sp I I I .ff ' . 4 I 4 ,af Wm, 45,23 H af . i ... a F. ,H-.-...A ...,:..fa:.5.'- I 4, II: ,I P-. JI- ' 'Q A f, f 1 I ' ' ...Q is f I. 4 . 'f f'w4,.':'i."", , ' -Y ' .- ' : Ya ...-v.. of We . 5 ' fw-wwf" - f. THE OPERETTA "PICKLES" This year the music department presented at the Conley Theatre on Ilan- uary l7th, "Pickles," one of the most successful musical performances ever produced by Frankfort High School. The scenes of the charming story were laid in old Vienna during carnival time and in a gypsy camp. The choruses were composed of students from the glee clubs and from chorus. The cast of characters is as follows: Mans Maier Louise ......... Captain Kinski . . . Bumski ....... 1.1. jones ... jigo ........ Ilona ........... Arthur Crefont . . . june Pennington ..... Jonas H. Pennington . . . Lady Vivian Delaney ..... Tourists, Burgers, Viennese, .. Harold Innis . . . Helen Aughe Carl Humphrey Kenneth Smith .. Harold Manning Armand Norris .. Betty Billingsly . . . . Earl Owens . . . Mary Lipp .. Gerald Miller .. Ruth Hodgen Maidens, XVaiters, and Gypsies. 94- i A . ... -, -I 1 " T :I "5" Sv .: ' 'W -515,3 , .- . rjirgl 5 4'-1 ' ' " i' ff' . 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In the tenth year of its life any for its tenth year of existence, 1927-28, progress. High Life has done this in numerous 1. kind of newspaper should have shovvn and feature services for high school papers from ways: C15 the addition of advertising the state press association, C31 membership in Evanston, Illinois, C25 membership in high school journalists, C43 membership in the Quill and Scroll, ai national society of ' National High School Press Association, C51 use of press clipping services of Butler and Indiana University. The paper has been greatly forwarded by the effective work of Sadie Brittain. editor-in-chief, Helen Aughe, society editor, Ruth Kenny, chairman of the state fourth district press association and joke editorg Samuel Stott, exchange editor, and Kenneth Smith, sports editor. The second semester the paper is put out by the journalism class. The business staff this semester also was most capable, William Robison, Jr., being business manager, and Tom Forrest and Carl Fredrickson, advertising managers. was H -w.1Qa 1,-.1-Q . :lik .. i f , - ., 'ii YJ.. f',fff'Lj' ' .' fu ,F - E" ,F-1:"'f7 gf' - P", K' f 1 ' .,,.. f' if-1315 "" 1 '11--111,.,, ,.,11w1"' .,,MM,t, ma.. 1 C763 ., - ' .. . -. f'?'S " .4 -' 'Mil-iii:-"' - ' C V a- f' , f' 114 x 'f gs . 3 . 4 ' ' ' P . V ., ,- .aekcvrqtw f ,+ ft CT' . ,. ' 'ellliff .' like-f.,f , '57"" '95"M?"' iv- ' 3 . ' ' M--X'-w. -. ,- 1353 2 + 4 A r " ' A iff"-gl" " ' , -. if 2,2 , 3 ' ' .,, f' wi., f,,.it,iL.:, .. fu.,,,ln .7 I, ,N . 1 - I xv.-Fax . ., . . , T-J. Y " "4-f..:..,v .1-agwii-Q ,,.,, -'.-:rm -. , Q ' -,,' ,- , b .,,, , igf V - '44, ' In - ' "'L""S"'-'l?v2.i,.4-ss4m"f"u 'N-.e..mm V, ' 'l 31 4- First Row-Tom Forrest, Stephen Crain. Second Row-Darrel Hodson, Carl Fredrickson, Harold Steiert. Third Rowkjames Culbertson, VVilliam Robison, junior Ruddell, Kenneth Holmes. THE BOOSTERS CLUB The Boosters Club is an organization representing the students of Frankfort High School, it is composed of nine members, five of them being Seniors and four, Juniors. The club was organized as a kind of student council in 1918 for the purpose of assisting the faculty in some of its duties. It is the custom of the club each year to present the Honor Roll and Athletic Medal. It also sponsors the high school paper, High Life. The Boosters Club established, in 1927, the High Life Scholarship prize of fifty dollars, to be awarded annually. The members for the past year were: Carl Fredrickson, President, Stephen Crain, Vice-Presidentg Harold Steiert, Treasurerg junior Ruddell, Secretary, Darrel Hodson, james Culbertson, Kenneth Holmes, Tom Forrest, and VVillia1n Robison. Q ra " v , ,. . 1. 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F aft ? f ...- AQ, ' ' - , fam 'Maxim ,.,,.aMw- A -1-.a,.,,.,, . ..Y H' M., Y Athletics has developed very rapidly in the last few years in Frankfort High School. The school has had some wonderful basketball teams in its history and has turned out very remarkable players, such as Cummins, now playing at Purdue and leading scorer in the Big Ten in 1927, Plunkett and Spradling at lowa, Pete Good, and Robert Spradlingis big brother, Carol, who played with Purdue. Frankfort High School has a very unusual coach and everyone realizes this fact, to the extent that not a person wants to see the time when "Casey', leaves us. From the time the boy enters high school until the time he leaves he has the chance of making good in basketball or track if he will only apply himself. For the boys who want to play basketball and are unfortunate enough not to make the first, second or third team, there is an interclass schedule, arranged and played off each year, and many times good basketball players are made in Tnterclass competition. V just this year Case changed what had formerly been the first, second, and third team to the Varsity A, Varsity B, and Varsity C teams. This enables him to get much better teams on the B team schedule. The B team plays many teams that have formerly been on the first team schedule. Athletics in the high school builds the body of the athlete, trains the mind and body to be more alert and helps, to a very great extent, in keeping up the average school work of an individual. The ten boys on the team were given small silver basketballs by the Chamber of Commerce and picture statues of themselves, mounted on wood. Harry Ashley was presented-with the Killmer Trophy for showing the best all around attitude during the playing season. Whenever one speaks of Frankfort the first thing that comes to his mind is basketball. Frankfort is essentially a basketball town. With the excel- lent coach and the wonderful spirit in the school and town, Frankfort is as- sured of good basketball teams in the future. Em .. VIVQA . ,git L , AQ? , .,,w.a?W 'fi r 3" , Q, ggi, 5 .iqglggfgi-' Q. "' at fi? 5' V ..,..,. 'W - ,- '-F 1 -Q ..,- .1 L .--if 2 -1 , at t it A C805 'Wm ,... A .. ff H , W - i n ' if' -fx.-.wfesvv-lvv' 9 1 img 35558. " I sk , .1 fr' i. alfa" mf' "' . . M.. . . . , .- .,, . V . V .f.5?f?'11 .E - -'.,:., ,Je- -w - ., s ' . , ' , - i Hi- -' f ,.......! 4.5 ., .,,:-WJ -. n lf,,.,,s5,.3- -, L , - ,,- 1 K V. - Q. . 1 ,f J. A . ..5E L,r:,-wha 1 , ,V ,s 1 f 'w .'...,f.. Q ,, my . f X' Everett Case, who is one of the few outstanding basketball coaches of the Middle VVest, has brought Frankfort High School to prominence in the ath- letic world. He will return next year, and he has high hopes of obtaining the goal much sought for by every high school in Indiana, the state chain- pionship. "Casey" may stayin Frankfort as long as he wishes. and, should he choose to leave, it will be regretted very much by the fans and schools of Frankfort. qu, j A , .:.- In '- l,.- J Q1 ' f-v' rK.,A YQ -' f 'r .i,.. ,. .. " " fm., A, 4- ,f s. 'M' " ' ' ' ' rel' 1 2 ' 1. Al.. -' :gs eww A -L" " 'rv i .:"'9"' . " "'.' ":hqqfKi' -- . . . f ' ' sniff , .- ' , ' '--ew. ig.. 44 . H ' . .sat , ., '- ' - MQW. v--t"5i1'5 'MM' is Ni' qhwgfhv win .ey me ,,""'2Sz5f Q x 1-'wifi J. Wxmik Hurry Ashley "Ash" surprised himself but nobody else in the game between Logansport and Frank- fort at the State tourney when he left the floor as high point man. Harry is one of the scrappiest players ever turned out by Frankfort. He played floor guard and back- guard on the second team and substituted on the first team last year and this year he played regular floor guard the entire year. 1-larry has made many friends while playing and will be missed next year. Vvillinm Armamtx-out . "Big Bill" was without a doubt one of the best back guards turned out by Frankfort High School. Bill had three positions on his shoulders, that of backguard, center and captain. Bill took the tip from the tallest centers in the state, among whom were Secrist of Muncie, McCarnes of Logansport, and Zeleski of East Chicago. Bill piloted his team to a victory even if it was not the state championship. It is with very much regret that Bill leaves us. Charles Lawheud "Charley" was only a freshman but he made good. The tall rangy lad started in the season jumping center but soon changed to a forward position and alternated with VV. Unroe and Shawhan. Lawhead had an un- canny eye for the basket and it was he who, by his uncanny basket shooting, brought a few games out of the fire. Charley has three more years and if he doesn't make good he will disappoint a great many friends. VVulter Sha whan ""Andy" sure is a fighter", was heard from many people every game that the for- ward played in. "Shawhaney" never had much luck at hitting baskets, but made up for it in the other departments of the game. "Andy" played his stellar game in the Frankfort-Anderson game played at Frank- fort, and if the other men on the team had played the game "Andy" did, there might be a different story to tell. "Andy" also goes from our midst. Armand Norris Armand "Fuzzy" Norris was the leading scorer of the F. H. S. squad during the past season, and his long sensational side shots will long be remembered by Blue and YVhite fans. He was one of the most consistent scorers that every represented Frankfort, and he will be missed next fall when Case begins to train his offensive men. "Amy" was one of the hardest workers and con- scientious trainers that Case ever had. He was the shining light on the second team in his Soph and Junior years before gaining a place on the Varsity. 'N 45. 4 -..Wi ""'wwW'?'5'Q 'E M h '. ...,, :fake A 4 . 45 -49 - --Nlflf-K ai P 'X S? . ' , ff ' 1 , 445' .- f' ' ' t ' fr.,1..-we . V-112...t.. jaw-"'f . -' 'rf f' M- .ef-. .:sa::a'4fw 34- 1, " 'frffaatgf'gzas.-fjfg 'ef 'awp'-1'-.... J, ,I , wg- 'Q 4, M., ,, ,,.,,. 4, ' .w.t.a..eJy,..4.w,.. -. im- S ir., y 8 I jig: Qi is ' i 1 .:. - ' - gin., f . ,:.qf. ' e -ff.et . aw-saariff' . Q 55? :Fas .'e-fa vefimf."i1' ,'f4-'4frvw,. As. ' , -4... - fi. Herbert Hollis "Herb" played floor guard and he sure could dribble. He playedlfloor guard on the second team and substituted on the Varsity. Hollis is small of stature, although he is an exceptional player for his size. Herb will be back next year. Nathan Hadley "Nate" came to Frankfort from Amo, Indi- ana, the beginning of the school year and was not allowed to compete in games until the second term, but when he did begin, he started with a bang. "Nate" is a tall, heavy- set lad and can play both back guard and center. Hadley is a very conscientious worker and ought to be going at his best next year. Roy Unroe V "Happy" comes from Flora with his brother "Shimmy". "Happy" is a good for- ward and kept the offensive men on the squad humping to keep their places. Unroe has a great many friends in Frankfort and these friends are expecting a great deal from him, and "Happy" won't disappoint them. He is going to make a strong bid for regular forward next year, and, with two years ahead of him, he should be going at a great speed when he is a senior. Alvin McCrenry "Mac" played with the second team most of the year while substituting on the varsi- ty. "Mac" has been on the second team squad for two years now and by next year should be able to hold down a regular berth on the Varsity. "Mac" is one of those boys who play in streaks. At times he goes like a whiz and at other times he does not go so well, but with the spirit he has he should do well next year. Willis Unroe "Shimmy" came to Frankfort last year from Flora. He has worked Very conscientiously since coming here and has earned himself a place on the basketball team, as Well as a great many friends. Shimmy is a good basket shot and plays through the center of the floor forward and floor guard. He is a very fast man, and besides being a good basketball player, he is a good track man. Shimmy has two more years and should make good before he is graduated. .aa ' , ' f xl - .M az e :' 3.1: 112 r -- -i Q V, an K- 3' " . " u...,,'?'j ' . im 5" '-1 4 ..' V ,,., . -.gg ' ' I ' ,, . ..IW ,", ' ' Q' 'i .. 5 f-ML.. ,f ' WMWWLN' I , 10 " r - v, " C833 wg? i ,H- -1 gnsx U .,,,. , ,Q . .r- X I N'FT"" ' iii-. .. ' -Y'--5: 'M' ' -' ' Vigil'-A-, X1-is Q7 , .a 4, . - - - , . ,, . . .tw h,,,.g,ig sf' lqgm., ,fu -, We, ,., 5 11 , ., My , a ge4.ss.:,-3-W vL 't1.g.S,I .I vii M if . 4 f i'-was ' - ' ' ""l3'a."-., "5- - - --" ' ' -' r Q fc -. -.---.C --.wb -f " ' Y"""ii"' N- .2Ql3'1rP-'J' f 1' -3 - -1.63-'Y' ' - 4'-wa.....,: " fi-I x""-w,gla . f ' V- I M,-. --.t ,ig . SPORT BREVITIES FOR Connersville ' The Fighting Five started off the season in fine shape by defeating the fast Con- nersvllle Spartans, the team that succeeded in eliminating the Casemen in the second round of the tourney at the Cow Barn last year. The game was fast and furious from the whistle to the final gun. The Spartans had nearly their entire last year's team, in- cluding an All-State forward, but the Casemen, having almost an entirely new team, were too much for them, and scored a 32-18 victory over them. Rochester Our next visitors were the Rochester Zebras, who invaded our town from the north, with an enthusiastic following who expected the Fighting Five to go down in defeat before the supposedly invincible Rochesterians. It began to look, in the second half, when the score stood 17 to 11, as if the desires of the Rochester fans were going to be gratified, but Ashley and Norris were substituted into the line up and the Casemen, by a rally, emerged tc a 28 to 17 victory. Shelbyville The Frankfort team, in their next con- test, were the visitors of Shelbyville. The Camels had a new coach and were not expected to give Frankfort much trouble. The Frankfort lads got a bad scare though, for the score at the end of the half stood 13 to 11 in favor of Shelbyville. Frank- fort came out of their slump, however, in the second half and defeated the Camels 37 to 20. Anderson Our next opponents were the Anderson Indians. This game was played at An- derson and from the beginning to the end was a brilliant basketball game. Both teams were at their best and at no time in the game was the winner sure. The THE SEASON OF 1927-'28 Casemen stalled in the last few minutes of the game for the first time in the sea- scn and nosed the Indians out by a score of 39 to 38. This game was a very won- derful victcry for the Fighting Five, for Case and Staggs were rivals, Staggs hav- ing coached Case in his younger days. This victory will always be remembered by fans of Frankfort. Kokomo Frankfort next journeyed to the home of our old traditional rival, Kokomo. The VVildcats were confident of defeating the Fighting Five, but were disappointed as usual. Frankfort started the game off with a bang and the score at one stage of the game stcod 40-21 in our favor but the Wildcats staged a rally and brought the sccre upt to 43 to 33 before the final gun cracked. Anderson The game between Frankfort and An- derson, played at Frankfort, was a very sad affair, because the Anderson Indians went home happy. It was the great shoot- ing of the Anderson guards that spelled defeat for the bcys, 42 to 38. Richmond Morton of Richmond was our Homecom- ing game, but after seeing the Anderson game it was very tame. The final score was 42 to 17, Frankfort. Lebanon Next we went to Lebanon, our old rivals. The "Gym" was packed, as it always is whenever Frankfort plays. The Fighting Five started off with a bang with Frank- fort leading 6-2 after ten minutes play. Lebanon then led with an 8-6 score. Then the Casemen surged ahead to a one point lead and were never again headed. The score at the end of the first half was Frankfort 21, Lebanon 12. 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Case played his men for the slow offensive, making Mar- tinsville come after the ball, but they re- fused to break up the stall formation. The game was slow all the way thru, and Martinsville's star forward, Wcodeii, wasn't allowed to show his fast floor work. The final score was Martinsville 15, Frankfort ll. Muncie Muncie was next on our list, making two very strong teams in succession to buck up against. No Frankfort team fought with any more fight than did the Casemen in the battle with Muncie. Time after time they broke up the Muncie pass work but they had hard luck with their baskets. Secrist, the All-State center controlled the tip most of the time and then just layed the ball in the basket since he was so tall. It was a hard-fought game from start to finish with Muncie winning by 33-34 score, Lc-gansport - The next game was at Logansport. They had said they wouldn't play with Frankfort any more, but as we were scheduled to play them, to Logansport we went, and the biggest crowd ever in the Logansport Gym was there. Sorry to say we lost to them. The very team that ob- jected to our stall, played delayed offen- sive the last few minutes of the game, The final score was 30-22, Logansport. Lafayette Jeff of Lafayette came here January 20. with their "Two Crowes", but we clipped their wings, gaining a victory over them by a score of 26-20. The Casemen played miserable ball in this contest and were lucky to win the tilt. iu!!.. -b s ,,L . , . H I .j a w is . .,... .H Technical The Fighting Five visited Tech cf In- dianapolis next. Tim Campbell had just begun this year to coach Tech, and hoped to defeat the Casemen. It certainly looked as if he were going to at the end of the first half, as the score stood 8 to 7. But the boys hit their stride in the last half and wcn the game. Marion Frankfcrt's Fighting Five battled the Marion Giants on their new field house floor and won by a score of 42 to 24. The game was not very difficult, although the boys had to play very hard in order to keep warm, as the field house was not yet finished and there was hardly any heat in the building at all. The Giants were uct the Giants that won the championship in 1926. Lack of experience showed very plainly in their floor play. The Casemen had a difficult time getting started, but when they were once started, there was nothing that could stop them. Lebanon Lebanon game here being an easy Case changed his lineup consider- The game, ably. This game was the first start for "Nate" Hadley, and the boy sure did make gcod. Besides making his share of the points, he tcok the ball off the back- board in fine style. "Big Bill" played through the center of the floor and proved that he could play offense as well as Well as defense. The Fighting Five soon crept into a lead in the early part of the game and before the gun cracked, the sccre stood at 47 to 17 for our second victory over Lebanon this year. Rochester ' The Casemen were the guests of the Rochester Zebras in a return game. Rochester has not won a game from Frank- fort since Case has been affiliated with the High School. It seems that the Zebras cannot break the jinx, for Frankfort came heme victorious with a score ,of 52 to 33. Led by 'Shimmy' Unroe, who amassed nine field goals to his credit, the score was socn up to the fifty-three mark. V a '. .J . ' 1 .-2-gfshr ' ' . -i 4212- .ff - ' - . -. .- . .iw-W -'f ms dz.,-' 5 , u .7 ,..,sfg, 'Cv . -.ag-f-:'s,' . . . 'ft 2 gfrsffff .SQ - 1" t ' fi U ' - :af XL i-Mi'-r 'N-" ',,5,,.as'v"'! - - M-v .,,.,x , V '-f,..:s:. - - 'q-- . -we-1, 1-4 --t' - 685D ..., ,.,Q ,,., Q ..- -, .. .1. ' . 11.1, V - Jf5"1:"' . .. ' ' ' 'f-.:. , '7Ig-,1gf,e' . ft . 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With fcur minutes left of the first half the Trojans had not scored a field goal and the score read 24 to 1, By the time the gun popped in the final period the score stood at 52 to 19. Connersville On the following Saturday night the Fighting Five jcurneyed to Connersville for a return game. The Spartans were laying for Frankfort, for they had suf- fered their first defeat of the season at her hands. Although the Connersville boys had been playing much better basketball since the first of the season, the Casemen were too much for them and scored a 33 to 22 victory over them, Kokomo Our next visitors were the Wildcats from Kokomo. They were confident of winning and cur Gym was packed to its fullest capacity, about six hundred fans being here from Kokomo. The Fighting Five gained a lead at the end of the first half and stalled a part of the last half, Winning 36-26. ' Logansport Frankfort 29, Logansport 27. lsn't that great? The brilliant driving victory-bound Case machine came from behind a 20 to 9 defeat and unleashed the greated comeback ever staged by a Frankfort net team and rushed in the closing minutes of play to a sensational victory over the Loganber- ries. This is a victory which ,every one who saw it will never forget. The hectic first half was a nightmareg the Fighting Five just couldn't seem to hit the net, and when the half ended the score stood at 20 to 9 in Logansport's favor. But wh.en the team came back to the floor in the second half, determination was writ- ten all over their faces and before many minutes the score was Frankfort 23, Logansport 27. Then Logan decided that they wanted to hold the ball. They had it only about a minute before the Casemen took it away from them and scored. Arm- antrout took the tip from the lengthy Me- these last few min- stcod Z7 all. Then placed the score at was won as Frank- about two minutes Carnes consistently in utes. The score soon a basket by Lawhead 29 to 27 and the game fort held the ball for and the gun went off. Thus was won one of the hardest and most magnificent victories ever Won in Frankforg High School. As soon as the game was over a group of High School boys gathered together a bunch of boxes and set them afire in the middle of the street at the southeast corner of the square. There everyone joined in a snake dance around the square, and the team was taken to the courthouse steps and yells were given. There w.ere several hun- dred people in the crowd and they all joined heartily in the cheering. Several carloads of people went to the station to cheer the Logansport team on their journey home- ward. 7135 ,a, f'B ?HMa 3,5-ggfawks, ,. 'J V3. 1 ' 2 gg -IZ aft , . . ggi' .e' 5 .?if' '.21e- igife--f.ge f . 1' A , aa, V Q N ,.,.h,,t.1,-jgigssffj ' ,, if M... , j r K fa! 1 jg, 1 .5 . uw s . .3 . up ...af .. -, ,.. a K if 'S . -. A3-,. ew' .f .... 2' .gi 1, f ""i7't: N "'f':x'-'uewvl-'f!4E4?'3t'f?fPf" ff' . 'if vs - - ,.,..- . ff' 7' ' MQ" . , V fr+'Y'.,w,2Lz,gsWi',-f ' " H 2-1, ' ' it A,g,f,..5'g!x,,f1y4fe,-,,g..p,,w.,. a , 4. .-,M W, s - - f..,Wv'i,,,-9256? .. ,R ,QL ,.,, . Na, tam'-.g,.,':1x:.-i we 4- - .. -.pe-t '- - M, 5 .VJ IQQN M..-ffnf-if-.i-. -I h , - if Ewa: ...T 'me l. :Wilma igm"Wt'ww-wCAm"il.L---" uw- " ,.,.-if .- C363 THE SECOND TEAM Among the forwards on the B team is ' 1 . A ,-,..,.M.M :xV. V :ll if V-IJY.. , ,,,.:A :' , ,.gg,,A.:,9AV . .57 5 1 j" , i ' i' ? sff.,,,. .3-gif? , ,fx-2 : ' ' H '-:titre 1:1 . ' 1' " tie' ' ' .. -.ap---N "" -f . sl JABM W 4. if . cM'3m '7 T+ ' .2 fr ..v . . -'L'-W' ' -1-- H' ' ',' 'J "AK-S' . ' . J" ' 5 " -fi s ,. I . . ff' -, Z- N . : "'f'Q3LQQY.'fFfr'-w.- ' 'gms'-'Q-AT' -' " ' xw f si ' I ' SECOND TEAM Top Row-Evan Thompson, Laverne Monroe, Phillip Good, James Meneely. Second Row-Robert Primrner, Fred VVitsman, Merrill VValton. The Varsity B and C teams had a very successful year considering the strong teams they have played. Although they lost games to Greentown first team, Logansport, Flora and Fairmount hy de- Fairmount first team and several other strong teams. they turned the tables on Logansport, Flora and Fairomunt by de- feating them in return games. The Varsi- ty B team won the invitational B team tourney held at Frankfort, which included such strong B teams as Kokomo, Marion, Crawfordsville, Logansport and Rochester. lfVhen the Frankfort B team defeated the Logansport B team in the finals of the tourney, it practically made them B teams champions of the State of Indiana. Primmer, who is a regular whirlwind and an excellent worksman. He should come through next year with quite a few of his favorites "Red" Thompson is also a good forward and seems to he wherever the ball is. Casey has made the statement that 'lRed" is going to make a very fine follow-in man, if he keeps up at the rate he has gone this year. He is a freshman. Shaver plays floor guard on the B team and what a scrapper he is. He is hound to give the floor guards all a bad scare next year, if they are not careful, and may hold down a regular berth on the Varsity. He is also a freshman. Hollis plays with the B team part of the time as floor guard along with playing on the Varsity A team. .c, - ,,v'w7E3a9I,'- ,l Lf' ' sm. 'ff-V -a,:jiE:"'-Q1 ii.. 'M J- , it ,Q ,Q . . :ef ' .. ,gf 'S ,qi lf? hw. fa:sae'ff?'ff:+:f'+e .wwf -A-+2512 ya!" .1 -'C fx f . fir .f K .5-.-be J tg -. 4... . A. ,,,a-4-W-M:L i 7.-.E .fr Q - 1',.'vlfftwi-f,,,,,4,,,f,gfn'?wf15-gi':41e:?:rppf:' t,L ,, 4: 'Q : XG' I- ,. . -4" ' , -f'4iif:.:.wsfs'4'- - '- 'f r hm. - " S. '- -' W iw 'Pff,v:6w,w 'f'-mf! V ---ac. - H ,, -' '-fwgrzg.. . a 4. 4, t. . ,. ' 4 ' " ff' 'sfyrifir ' .fvf -of ..,..,Lw+-' - -1-" ,rs . -4. f-"rf ." 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Although he is not very large he has plenty of time to grow, as he is only a freshman. NVoods was a very good back- guard and did some very fine work while playing. Meneely was also a back guard. He was big and could keep the opposing offensive men away from the basket fairly well. Meneely has several years ahead of him and should make good. Witsxiian is a long boy and at the present shows a great prospects of becoming a back- guard. Fred is a good shot and should make good, as he is only a sophomore. Monroe was a very good shot and when- ever he got into the game he could be de- pended upo11 for several baskets. All of these boys are workers a11d should make good in the future because they all have one or more years ahead of them. Tankersley, Yell-Leader , P 1, Z W 't .-.f. - -:Ar-'-.4-V-"" "' fbffsaggsgigi V' C835 . I , 'F' 'A' i ' ' ' ig.. THE SECTIONAL The teams in the Frankfort sectional were all exceptionally good this year, but Frank- fort did not have very much trouble in win- ning the tournament. The biggest upset of the tourney was the defeat of Rossville by Jackson Township. Rossville had high hopes of meeting Frankfort in the finals and going on to the regional and probably on to the state. Frankfort had very little trouble in de- feating Mulberry in her first game of the tourney. Although the game was quite hard fought at times, Frankfort won 57-21, By defeating Mulberry, Frankfort was entitled to meet Colfax in the second round of the tourney. Colfax had a vet- eran team and certainly furnished the Frankfort fans a scare when they started off with a bang and had the Casemen 6 to 0 in the first five minutes of the game. The Fighting Five soon got together and attained the lead, which they held to the end of the game, the final score being 25 to 15. The final game of the tournament was a cinch for Frankfort. Jefferson seemed to have no defense and the Frankfort forwards ran wild. Shawhan scored on the first play of the game, and from then on it was just a question of how large the score was going to be. The final score was 55-13. THE REGIONAL X Monon, Boswell, and Jefferson of La- The deciding game of the tourney was fayette, were Frankfort's guests in the regional tourney. Monon played Jeff in the first game, Jeff winning by a large score. Frankfort played a very hard- fought game with Boswell for her first game. Boswell had a very fine team and Frankfort had a hard time defeating them. The Fighting Five played some of the best basketball it played all season in this game and defeated Boswell, 33-19. THE STAT The state tourney this year was held in the new Butler College Field House, which seats between 15,000 and 16,000 people. Frankfort had for their first opponent Washington of East Chicago, champions of the North. We met them at 7:30 o'clock Friday night and won the honor of meet- ing Logansport at ll o'clock the follow- ing morning. Frankfort started off with a bang and had East Chicago 15 to 3, but Chicago edged up and the score at the Clld of the half was 17 to 10. In the second half the score was tied at 18 all for a, few minutes, but Frankfort finally forged ahead and won by a score of 23 to 20. On Saturday morning aigreat defensive battle began between Frankfort and Logansport. Neither team had very many easy shots, as the score showed at the end of the first half. Both teams were badly off on their foul shooting. The score at the half was 6 to 3. In the second half E game from start to finish. the regional this year for in four years and they came their eyes, but returned with , for we defeated them to the tune of Z5 to 19, By this victory over Jeff of Lafayette, Frankfort won the honor of competing for the eighth consecutive year in the state championship tourney at Indi- anapolis. TOURNEY the score was tied several times but the Fighting Five emerged victor for once more over the Loganberries by a score of 15 to 11. The team that appeared on the floor to represent Frankfort at 3:00 o'clock in op- position to Martinsville, was a thoroughly worn out team. It was 1:00 o'clock be- fore the boys got dressed after the morn- ing game, and by the time they got up town and ate, it was time to return to the gym and play Martinsville. This game was very hard fought during the first half, which ended 9-5 in favor of Martinsville, but in the second half, Ashley went out of the game on four personal fouls. Then the tall, rangy offensive men of Martins- ville began driving over Hollis' head, and soon ran the score up to 30 to 13 before the final gun cracked. This game was the last for Armantrout. Ashley, Shawhan, and Norris. a very good Jeff came to the first time with blood in tears in them .s.,. -- . - a. we F- wi ' . - ,lla . , ,..w"f' -'1 . 5 5 4' 7 ' -' ff' -32 'S .. . 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Grcentown . .... 29 Frankfort ..... Cutler ...... .19 Frankfort B ..... Muncie .......... 28 Frankfort ..... Battle Ground .24 Frankfort B ..... Logansport ...... 32 Frankfort ..... Montmorenci .14 Frankfort C ..... Goldsmith ....... 15 Frankfort ..... Flora B .... .16 Frankfort B ..... Fairmount ....... 34 Frankfort . .... Flora A ... .33 Frankfort B ..... 1effQLafayettej . . .23 Frankfort ..... Cutler .. . .15 Frankfort B ..... Tech C1ndpls.j . . .16 Frankfort ..... Kokomo .. . .26 Frankfort B, .... Lebanon ..... . . . .22 Frankfort ..... Fairmount ., .38 Frankfort B ..... Jeff CLafayetteD ..27 Frankfort ..... Carrollton ....... 23 Frankfort B ..,.. Reynolds ........ 24 Frankfort ...,. Flora B .... .16 Frankfort B ..... Kokomo ......... 26 Frankfort ...., Flora A .... .24 Frankfort B ..... Logansport ...... 26 State Second Team Tourne Y Frankfort ..... Marion .......... 20 Fralnkfort B ...., Kokomo ... . . . . 16 Frankfort B ..... 39 Logansport ....,. 21 Wainscott, Yell-Leader " wa. 1.9 J ' F if ' I F -... , 1 ,... ,- ,....-e C913 .. ,wglyf?r1:.,.v.::L.. V .. "sl 'mi , N rx-5, U A wr V ,. x m, 1. :A ,.-, Y, qiirmgw V f 1Fag:"L:4v-2 -' i'i.:A ,, xsg fllzawl J iQ T 1 m y , f x f' ' fb .x a aa' at Wm 'H S T T sf-ww " f ii Jae 2 ta aw It 1 we ff , We A ,J NK' ,M . Q if aw, ' I wa ' N Q, if ,.. . 1' wi Mn! X t 2' . P. W ,H , Ugg, .sw 1 1 ew, . 1 ,. ff' 5, rf Us Z, 2 V -. -f f r - '- A 1 . -Q ' 1 Top Row-Coach Case, Merrill VValton, Hansel NVainscott, Fred Witsman, George Padgett, Harry Cochran. Bottom' Row-Adron Barbee, Harold Innis, VVay11e Swayzee. Carl Humphrey, Robert Primmer, Charles Chalfant,.Samuel Stott. FrH.S.TRACK The Track squad this season was handicapped by lack of a suitable place to practice, but made a fair showing in the dual meets. Swayzee, Innis, Chalfant and Humphrey won the coveted UF". Swayzee did exceptional work in the pole vault, while Innis and Chalfant in the dashes, and Humphrey in the hurdles were point winners. The new athletic field will be completed by next fall, and strong track teams are expected during the next few years. ' .,-sa.. ""' , I ' :H . .. . - 'M-P ,JF -'E f 5' . A -N ifl',,:.mif' .f', . , if 11 ' f J 2 My wr.-,93wrqvr1,,,,, ..f1"i'g 1 arf ,,, -ff, az f w-Vw. ,1A"f,im-Fe,-7'f:fvi,' V M. 1 N l - T . r r 't "'-f-Lfc..- .-.,f:'f-,.txw1" " -l'N""1""'45""" ' V l C925 C ...,.,,, ' 3' . , f X4'- in,,',j,IfQ. ., ,J J., - Jelfiliifgh ' ' ' 25, ,, Ei.,-'K' 7 ,Q liwwfef - ina 1 . ..,..,, .. , me ' ,V . in Mmwly -fi? Q . 551. , ' 4" " - 'S'Gi:,5:':pgf:eof-vw'-W " ' P ig"'i'-:ln -Q , 4 "i':"11'rl.L -5 l, H: " fl " Er: . ' , '-.t-le .: ' fbi " 1 . -I r Q Q 'TUMBLING TEAM . Left to Right-Alberta Robertson, Dorothy Smith, Audra Hamilton, Mariam Miller, Fern Kelley, VVilanna Campbell, Lavern Shilling, Mary Louise Gaskill, Helen Crose, Dorothy Sheets, Louise Crain, Pauline Maish, Dorothy Rothenberger, Ruth Blinn, lVaneta Kirby, Mayine Wiright, Wilma Thompson, Beulah Campbell. VOLLEY BALL TEAM Top Row-Gladys King, Marjorie XYray, Edna Street, Ruby Scott, Second RowSHelen Painter, Martha Richardson, Miss Campbell, Mary Gum, Mayme Wright. Third Row-Beulah Tedrick, Dorothy Sheets, Janet McConnell, Frances Franklin, XVaneta Ragle, Christena Moore, gg' Z V . 1432 "'l ffidiiwia ,gxpew - -4,..,-, r' 1 A ,. 4' fm' 'M-.Jag-.. . at -I .mimi-H -' - t V S 2 , II , -1- 'P Nm- rw - ' ' ii ' A iyfa r .a:?ra. wrffvnwal? r ,avexavv!3aaea??aaq ' ffwv i.,za f ,- w, ,.1532i1g5Lp:4.f::a,fx A.-+2155 .a2+gA5i4 g? -' J '- " , , 'Af ze' ff ' ttf- . M .,,,,.v. 1-. .v...r . .. . ...,. . ,v , , , ...ca , ,Ama K.. 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During the fall and early winter, the work was composed of formal gymnastics, milf itary tactics and various games with the games predominating. The past year a volley ball tournament was held in December between the high school and the junior high school with the result that the 913 team won by scoring twenty-one points in the final games against the 9B team with twelve points. During the first part of the second semester, the gym work was entirely composed of drills and dances in preparation for the annual gymnasium demonstration which was given April 15. The program included folk, gym, clog. aesthetic dancing, and tumbling. This is the first year that tumbling and pyramid building has been in the gy1n schedule, and much credit should be given the High School Tumbling Team for their spectacular demonstra- tion in the gym exhibit. 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' '- J ' "THE BANK THAT SERVICE BUILTH VVe Pay 417 on Savings Farmers Bank of Frankfort Capital S100,000.00 w .aw " 'S ,K 5 ,R 4 ffm wax UAVSHW J v rica 1 pe, , , 1, 15" " " , 43, , Nw , , qa,,,,,, M., , ,,. A 3 ...,' . 1 ew """:'f,-ls .2 3 V .- . f y- Q, ,....laf N . Ar' ' 'wig ' .J-fill!! " JI' - '5"f:f534' "H V .' 0 . ' l ':313?f'f'-1' w1f"l ' 'N Q- . --" .. J.af l,z+'- M 3 'W.,,.,. A 'V A m,M,k,'."j1jjQ7'-"' 'J' 'He-a.,gg,33LgfQ:E1??i2iin'-' fb- -m..Q.M:Ziwf"" ,. , 'F' b xfag gbfgd ' . ft ..,-"ff y , 4, ,,4.... ,, ,,,, 5 "ram,-ev-' Surplus S180,000.00 N. W ,4 K O Lwe F orefver "It is everybody's duty to have their picture taken" Member of A Frankfort, P. A. of A. Indiana Y. F f .4 . F A Neat Personal Appear- g IL ance is a Valuable Asset T s d G t f - 2 qljlfintlgflstoyktgellrefreasfllllelainaxid ii- ' I . . nevved , Cleanmg faPress1ng Phone 158 , . 3 CIVICE . I " " " " ' A Royal Garment Cleaners Aeruosxoums 1'ERFEc'1'1oN 255 West' Washington St. H T . 1 . 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Finally the wife, herself an author, said to her spouse, UNO, john, you can't appreciate it. You never wrote a book yourself," "No", retorted John, "and I never laid an egg, but I'm a better judge of an ome- lette than any hen in the state. Miss Carfield: Fathers never see the faults in their children. Mr, Gale: What an absurd idea, I'1n sure I'd see my children's faults if they had any. PHONE 89 Cor. Walnut and Jackson Id X W dj Q DR. O. V. KINGERY DENTIST Extracting a Specialty Dental X-Ray 506-7 Peoples Life Building-Office Phone 9165 Res. Phone 2492 X I4 . . . . Plumbing-Heating-Ventilating ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION WATER SOFTENERS GAS WATER HEATERS AND RANGES Quality Service 55-57 West Washington St. Telephone 258 xL K " -, .v.. I ,.,. --if ...,. " " ' ,, - iiiiiiee i a C995 , .4,, EK - -, I A N ,- ,,lr 5 ' ' 2. A J - F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. Strictly 5 and 10 Cent Store W i X ELLIS 8: BOECKMAN DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY See Our Special Selection of Gruen and Benrus Watches W .4 K A LINEBACK SL SONS ' The Tyre and Batri Men K f' .4 K W IF IT CAN BE DONE WITH HEAT YOU CAN DO IT BETTER WITH GAS F Northern Indiana Public Service Co. L E W 4 1 S 0 CI Hard-Wheat High Patent SIMS MILLING COMPANY FRANKFORT, IND. A 4 J 1 a fl C TC 21111 FRANKFORT, INDIANA x W ' .A-1"""-Q H Q i I A ' M Nf,,, ,wtf--"1lff.f....-f' 'A""'?!Ff lfv 'W C1003 J 4- ,f . , -' '-"- . .- Q-'yr dl. aw A, W L. 5 ,l , ,wa , D,cu-' ,Q . mf' Q, ' .. ,4 . .ff""':-w --L' - . 355-X. 4' .- r ."'f ' Q 'M ' , 99' H ea?-fc'- , ' :'f . . ffsfma-7?'9'f ' ":. f ' Ja-. af' -,A ,. ' Wd' vglfl' fe , mifn' la ...J ,. 5 A if -.....-ary nw frm ,ligiss " ' aj .. -. -- , - ! Franklin Isgrigg giggled when Miss Knox read the story of a man who swtun a river three times before breakfast. A'Do you doubt a trained swimmer could do that, Frank?" asked Miss Knox. "No ma'am, but I wonder why he didn't make it four times and get back to the side where his clothes wereu. john Sureoff: Your eyes twinkle like diamonds. Elizabeth Kimball: Go on, tell me more about diamonds. Mr. Hanger says: No woman has the :ight to he thin and no man has a right to be fat. Man is a katabolie animal al- ways expending his energy. and for this reason should fight obesity, while a woman in an anabolic animal and should store up her energy. To avoid obesity he advises: Eat less, sleep less, work more and avoid fats, sugars and starches. Mr. Gale: VVhy did Columbus stop at the Canary Islands? Lorene Sheets. To hear the birdies sing. 'PHE WINUHIJTER s'roRF. O Qiianklugi . "EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE" Garden and Field Seeds Sherwin-Williams Paints Torrid Zone Furnaces Telephone 279 South Side Square Frankfort, Indiana NE f J Chevrolet-Bigger and Better SALES AND SERVICE L 1 P. Dorner's Sons Comliany ?' Phone 70 FRANKFORT, IND. '37-"wg ..-,es "" ' w afibfiu-A 4 , . ' - , Y, ' gy JW.. A - E :ZF I V lv V ig, . V 'fig :,': ' If -F .,.. -'fa-'11'gXfi5fY.l,Q.iflQ? .,, -' '- A ia 2 I 'N A ' I Q5 --ti':'-': 41019 f3ig', . -I T. hi-. "QP, .. ' F"P?':a- ' -- H TV " H -QJI1' v- ' .,,. ' 11'?E'I:n V .j e M ,',ELg.W.' .ff' V, ' V Jean, , eff" 'INS-"-1" - ,, .t W ,,,5...... " ',:t.. 4 ' N ' ' nw m"':" ' M' '- Q, '+'-C'f- ' t -'Q - fi!1KP!""S"""""7 L Q , A Av V , K . , I - -LN., 11:4 . . N A-. , mg, - K Q , 4 ff f Mm., f ' ww: M -Q A ' . i e Q, 4. r ayl I l e rr W . . . Kelly Sprmgfleld Tires U, S, L, Batteries JOHNSON 8: SON GARAGE Expert Mechanics Modern Machinery 360 E. Washington St. PHONE 438 x ? J K CONLEY THEATRE HIGH CLASS FEATURE PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE The Modern, Up-to-Date Play House Y XX f .4 1 LOCKWOOD,S BLUE AND WHITE CAFE "TI-IAT'S WHERE WE EATU ' Next Door to Conley Theatre Y 2 W J 1 EAT AT "What Everyone Sees, B Everyone Knows" Everyone sees your message if it's Headquarters for on the Poster Panel ALL FRANKFORT POSTER MARVIN S. HUFFORD 214 N. Ma'n St. 307 N. Columbia St. Frankfort Y 4' K CO. W. J. BEACHTEL, Proprietor .4 J QLIPHANT CENTRAL AUTO CO. Garage, Accessories, Detroit 52 West Washington Street Springs' Umted States Tires just a few steps , , from the Square Expert Repalfmg "Everything Guaranteed Satisfactory" 252 E. Walnut St. Phone 722 W W 3 ak., 1 f.,.wa,, 3-m-fern. ,W gy, . A V g ., . -,-v,, e'u,w ' - ,L-t. fb.. . - , V ,. was A WW I .. ,.- .W .-..-:IV 11023 ge t 49 ,g-va .5 P tr? fe . . Y wax? ' 1 A. . N . Q , A , , m . 51gs,g, 'at 'f ff blw 55,535 ' we .. - ' Q .S -f ' if "Ti - , ,N 1 Q. 'Je-sf. J' gr ' fr. ' I "1f1C:f..."t J' I 'i "' rf ' ' , " 'f 'fs-1-, .11 ' ' -,,' , ,i , ., fi" F -V ' , . . V ' rf f ' N'- si g, - : A Mr. McClure: I have always been an The following conversation took place eccentric person. I have something no- shortly after "Happy" Unroe came to body wants. I don't want it myself-yet I Frankfort. wouldn't part with it for anything. "Happy" U.: If I had your telephone Helen Aughe: Wfhat is it? number I would call you up sometime. Haven: My bald head. Esther Pence: 'AIt's in the book. -9- "Happy": Fine-but what's your name? The thrifty scul about to get married, Esther: That's in the book, tco. informed the minister that he wanted the 7- ceremony performed in the poultry yard. Betty Billingsly: What are you rubber- "XVhy?" asked the clergyman. ing at? "VVell, the rice will feed the hens," re- Helen Floyd: I'm stretching my imagin- plied the prospective bridegroom. li ation, a 1 John Moore Says-- Speed your learning and increase yc-ur earning with a PARKER DUOFOLD The Fountain Pen with a 25 year Guaranteed Point John Moore Drug Co. The Home of the Duofold l W J w Po rterHHurlbert Hardware Co. THE RELIABLE HARDWARE STORE Headquarters for HARDWARE, PAINTS, STOVES, SEEDS AND SHEET METAL WORK We also sell and install the Twentieth Century Furnace Our Motto: Good Goods at the Lowest Price No. 3 North jackson St. Phone 252 NX W f 5, .W ., -af . 1 . .r V H- ' 'N . -Q -f wa ', H1-2 f.,. , A-:Q f . 4--1...r1---1. -' -" - "wi V- 'I " ' .ei if, 5" Sea, -wif!-"47v1' .' '1' . ' , 4- ff 'Z ' 31' ga M-,gl-gm., , ' 2'-a fif 54 or -.-.. "' ,. :-: .. 'e""'5' .. ,L , 1. "S .4 -- R ' ,...,,,,gm4 M, p ,.-,N I. .wtf ,,....- :W 'V ww, .. is 11035 . "A'xvy'-,A' h 'I r ili i rigwf., , F HV ik- ' f 6' r.. 1- F' -1 if 4 H ' , ff -I 7 ww 1 f ' 1 ,, 4 vin , , 7, f , . ,. ,..?xW? .33 , hp.. - , ff af - R A by,-tea-,. . .,vff:-.1-fewffmrg-n 4- , - wi -' ,y y , ..,.---LQ,-w' if' V- uw- 'ta-JG , 'vw--My 3' 1' ' 4' - w-M--+--lag., ,.,,- 'az-,, -,C 6. ' , . ' ' ,I 'T '--f:-vw-f:,.'.' ' - . , . -.M - ' ' -'5 r' 1 ' -4 - - . f ...w 1 .- 7 ' ""1-WW T ,-,.- .-.-,-. -1 . ,. I , w- - - - V M F, - . .0 r MQ- .11 bv :JJ MW' l ,A . ji W I ,. ' - .f,! -f Ivan F. Huffer's Perfect Permanent 'Nave C 1 Beauty and Sh -'X on ey Barber Op Phone 376 - f X ' THE B. H. GRIMES COMPANY Factory Distributors 201-203 W. Clinton St. Phone 287 W K GREETINGS FROM THE KINNEAR STORES CO. Frankfort's Only COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE 7 1 x Q rf D ' d AEZJJA11 HERF F-J ONES COMPANY Manffifiireisalf SCHOOL AND COLLEGE JEWELRY Official Jewelers to Frankfort High School INDIANAPOLIS ? K The M. B. Thrasher Company THE FRANKFORT HOME OF THE BEST MERCHANDISE OBTAINABLE Whittall Rugs, Munsingwear, Phoenix Hose, Gordon Hose, Ever- fast Fabrics, Stehli Silks, Brenlin Window Shades, Quaker Nets, Derryvale Linens, La Camille Corsets, Annis Furs, Colonial Dra- peries, Minerva Yarns, Centemeri Kid Gloves W K North I1 dl North S'd S'd Sqularee T e Sqularee A visit to our store will prove most enjoyable-for we are sure you will find our display most attractive in style and rich in color. FRANKFORT'S EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR SHOP 4 -qi' ng. I MMM My A at ae. 5 -N ,.--KM' " .2 P 'S ' -srr rtlw I i A i.,,, """ aww ' km l-., Eiga- VVVQ QW W--' ---- 'fag-f 0045 4 -A , ,.,..,., 1 ., L ' ,.: .l ' V 'lah f' i ts -' ' ' im sibwcv-'il gn l i 1132-on H Li V . H M "-'W--1-. : iii ! 35. 1. ' '- 1, , - " ' . wt.-Situ' H' ' '. 1 . 1 - ' 4-. 'f' ' N - LL, w i v: fff I., ,,g,., in , . A gitgkmllhl -531' I A 'gg Y Sq V, gawk .writ .. w.M,,E,g- . Al . 1.-if-figigi. -- '82, ' K m?i.?x,1 3, - N .. I -. P- ' P' "fu-...ggi-. -,,,,.'iw- ""'--1-.m,,, z, ' - " "'-n,,,4ii,9.i w 5 ' - ff ' .g . Bill Robison had returned from the mov- ies and began to recount the story of the epic thriller. Half way through, his mother interrupted him. She could not wait. "Dees the villain get what he deserves in the end?" she inquired breathlessly, "Oh, yes," he replied, Uhe got the dizzy l1CI'0ll1C.U Girls faults are many, Boys have only two, Everything the say And everything they do. Miss Perkins: XYhat was George XVash- ington noted for? 'AChuek" Newhouse: His memory. Mfss Perkins: Vvlllll makes you think his memory was so great? "Chuck": They erected a monument to it. F. Slagle. You said you'd do anything for me? H. Ashley: Yes, dear. Florence: VVell, then make love to Ruth and let me cut her out. J Frankfort Heating Co. T CITY HEAT for the HOME, OFFICE, OR STORE The comfort of the Southland ESTIMATES FREE-PHONE 524 W. 7 J K We Keep You Cool in the Summer and Warm in the Winter WE ARE ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU Frankfort Ice 63 Coal Co. Y. ? ' -1' :ff . . 4.31 'f' ,-X ..-. " . , 'e 1: r-. 1 eisie -V . , . -V '- in .f 5 jul. W , , uh, ,Wa 93, gif- w,..,-M ..,W,,-.t,.4,,:,,41t ,fu ,- ,Q A wif, ag-A ,u"i'5? .. .W T5 .- .r - ,hw . J. 1 ..f,ggi'ldsa:f':?22arf'f Y' js' .f -'-gf A 23- ,tfflemu-e,.',?' 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S T N G 'E NATIONAL BATTERIES BATTERY Gllafallteed 18 MOUtI'1S Phone 798 NATIONAL HOME POWER UNITS W W W HOWARD MOTOR SALES Dodge Brothers Motor Cars Graham Brothers Trucks FRANKFORT, INDIANA Phone 568 51 So. jackson, St. X Arch Preserver Shoes for Women DAJITC5 HT T STU RE J0HN FR AN Krowr. IND. f Bostonians I 0N0fl?W00D Shoes for Men South Side Square .4 H Kern Brothers M 55, , ' 'S' f . fieh- or , , Ri. 1' 1 Q fi -ffl, I ' - A N ,, ,.'- E ,veg-.. A4L:,MhMf,i,.r1?235,.,:if:g5r?:Sk,, I .R . VM NL V Q .,,, . :H QIV' eq,-,.., i-nge nam, N .v Y H1063 I ,,.: . " ' .ei - O V , , . in Fif i? 'bf ' ' .. ' " "f4ff:s.f--,,,. 1"- -J' E -I mg, Y 9 5 I gK.:: ,1-- . ' ,,..r,m,, - X ,. me ,i1.x1nl'r ,- . "f f 'A "Z i l a t-Qiffi .1 'I si mf 75125225 1274 . ,"'elf': . llffiifirxf : A 1 ,. 'if -A ' 'wise " ' N , .- km :aww I 1- ma,-egg! ' MS 411 M A ' - ,.-A si' t 1 4 I ' ' ' " 42 11 .fgkxgb rg glj .4 wi J ig: ,:- V, K 11. . :i g ggq k-IK I .Ai ff. L ' -1- - 4+ ,,.,' .:., - -was :fi -- at , H , 1 ...,::31-1:52 ' As We Know Them Evelyn Parvis-"Shorty" Harold Robbins-A'Aub" Ruth Kenney-"Baby Face" Roy Unroe-"Happy" Mary Lipp-"Lippie" LaMoine Boggs-"Boggsie Roberta Endicott-"Bert" William Arinantrout-'ABig Bill" Elizabeth O'Rear-"Betty" James Tankersly-"Tank" Katharine Martin-"Kate" Carl Freclrickson-"Fat" Florence Slagle-"Flossie" Armond Ncrris-"Blondie" Annabelle Mattixg"Billy" XVillis Unroe-"Shimmy" Bergen Van Brunt-"Berg" Jr. Devaney-'ADeb" Harmon Palmer-"Bearcatl' In Siberia the soil freezes to a depth Margaret Vincent-l'Muggs" of sixty-five feet. Think of digging six- Stephen Crainf'lSteve" ty-six feet for fish worms! J -S Oakland - Pontiac Winning and Holding ood Will Clark SL Laughner Phone 422 W 257 N. Main St. INGRAM-RICHARDSON MF'G. COMPANY Sole Manufacturers of CABINETS AN D TABLES REFRIGERATOR AND STOVE LININGS By the Artistic and Sanitary "PQRCELIRON" Patent Processes FRANKFORT, INDIANA - l TABLE TOPS FOR KITCHEN A W 1 4 5,42 Ifwef ' ' "Vo ,.:P'Q? ' f ' My 1' ,. 1 m . ' A fri. f 5:2151 my ee' 'Z' tif if mf siege ",:'feif--fm-.a,...,,a,.,fwamaeavffw'gg -rg Jr flu f . .1 " - , . we 15,144 ' " wi "' 'I - ' H ' 1 r- " " A L -,.f.,".'.., " --'- ' ' ll-31+ f ""1w,.. .,. ,-Jaw?" lw.-...J ...QM +.5Efbsk2?egH.5. , C1073 ' , fat? ,, F' f ., ,. S 5,41-y - ' I ,H If -' ,.r- V ' ,, . . .., ' .' -,H W, fa, M., if -,f I t w' ,1:.- - eft1t21fQ..g.' V ff lg ,. ' , h' '- 223512, sk 1. 'N' f Af. ,. " " . 'ww "ig ' . " ' , , wr , . ' 5' , f--- vw- - . - , ,- , - 'ff.fgwg3Lgus' .. h Are You Using Sugar Loaf Canned Vegetables Libby Fruits and H. 8a K. Vacuum Coffee? If not, you are missing the added zest and finest touch to a perfect meal. Sold at all Grocers BRITTON-CHEADLE CO., Distributors ft 1 N J W Finton A. Crull CLOTHING, LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, SHOES MERCHANDISE FOR EVERYONE AT LOWEST PRICES N f tj 1 Citizens Loan 6? Trust Co. HOME Of SAVINGS F J A 1 COULTER-SMOCK CO. EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Cash or Cheerful Credit FRANKFORT LEBANON A K 1,, . I W, ,... ,,., . V C1085 "4-egg W, ,F ' ' .-vwmft . IVNIA R Rosalie Irwin: VVlmt ure you going to be when you get through school? ,Iulia Daugherty: I'1n going to he :lu old maid. Rosalie. An old maid? XYhy? julia: Because I don't think I would like to kiss a man a hundred times and tell him how handsome he is .everytime I go shopping. I would rather earn the money and buy things myself. The self-feeding record Yietrola has re- placed the old talking machine but we still have chin music. V t -- '91 7158 , 4 m.A, ., f '44, . I ., sb- 4, my 5- 1 ' U., 5 - " 'L' Ik . 0 .3 f " 'lHez" fohee: I took Zl prize in Latin one time. "Curly" A1-mantrout: I'd like to see the prize that you ever took. "Hex" Lf.: Oh, I hz1ven't got it. I just took it and Miss Steinlmrger made me give it buck. Edith Younkin: The I.ord made us beautiful and dumb. -Ir. Daily: How is that? Edith: Beautiful, so the men would love us-and dumb so that we could love them. 206 East Washington St. J. C. DARLING, Proprietor J L DARLING'S BARBER SHOP I ?E ' IT PAYS TO TRADE AT 'Oc PENCE 'R ' A .rg , . ..,, .ye . f 3 ' 'lv ii' -- - l ' " "ffl 'rv ,. r Ef'.:"A't?iN'1"'.'w1:"1l,-lf"HIV..-A "- ' I 7" 'Y . ,,.tf:"'ff-Q 25 ,nga " if . . is fe' Y ..wsm'g,wfw Mm .-A .,w.,-1+-,W .. v . V i -. s L 2" 'Q ,..I9ys,?gi'Qif3-"'ff'-A'ew s J" L4 -we Wx: Ip-21-Rt?" r ' ' , ..., -M1-"" , '4?5'51'fJI'f.?ZQ"'t?Q!- ' , 7fff"5??5?flii?'lf'5'W"g 312'-Q-m-1 4555" I .. .. ,..,,. . ,I C1095 A -'-1 ?g' - .4 I4 IF ITS INSURANCE THE STAR BARBER SHOP ASK MR. GRAVES Go Where They A11 G0 HE PROBABLY KNOWS "The Largest Shop in Townl' Specializing in Good Barbers J. VV. CO11lfeI' Bldg. Phone 170 Ladies, Men and Children FRANKFORT, IND. Welcome 7--Chairs at your Service-7 N W ' K W I SUN-KIST BRAND ' SU CANNED FRUITS 1 I II ' c . Is Your Guarantee l ollql M, - of Quality I X HQ . ,ff ' JUST SAY "SUN-KISTA' 'F of ' l I K' When Ordering from Your Grocer l L . . H INEAPPI. W. M. SHAFOR sf Co. A eeae I ,D 4 DISTRIBUTOR N- f FURNISHINGS and RAINBOW INN "Everything the Best ' ' to Eat and Drink" Made to Measure Clothes PHONE 71 JAMES A. CARR x W lj 1 L A V E R T Y ' S ON THE ALLEY Frankfort Ice Cream Co. EAST SIDE "That Good Ice Cream" A Safe Place to Trade Young Men's College Clothes, 311-315 North Columbia Street Alwayflgisngvgiglllgngs in FRANKFORT, IND. and ODD,TROUSERS V H ra, "'i,S.RE M15 sf ' I .- A --ew qi S RA, StA I irro srII 1 ' '--'1 -I ,,.. I ,.,,I:w+-' ' -A "'4' "" 'IWw:s,IIIsffAfiif35Q3, .WH , , i. .,,k. L 5' P . 1 ' ,S , , . '-1 C' "'is4! . -, .KA I If M-' ff' t ' . Jjwgbb' ,- Emws,,Wwwf,Qs, N gm nm . ws 1 4- as -s fb. .V as -fist 4-!' Y - ' 5, , f , "Sl'i3"'f What Would Happen If- Charlie Beisel studied? Lucile Castle lost her compact? Russell Strange quit chewing gum Mary Johnson Clllllllt like Fords? 'we' I 4 'T -.ss-1 ' "W ., . . 'f . 6 " " tll brrie-V '-W: ' w 7""fmll?' ' Q' ' .4 1 jimmie Hufford got to school on time Haven McClure resigned? Eanid VValdo quit giggling? , Louise Unger quit reading short stories? Morris Cochrane talked fast? Helen Flattery lost her dignity? Harold Steicrt worked? Marie Johnston quit school? Martha Smith quit flirting? Oneida and Bob didn't quarrel? jimmy Davis took Anti-Fat? Russell Corbett got 100 in deportment Bob Aughe quit stuttering? John Ruddell had his algebra? Eddie Ezra made the basketball team? Certain typists didn't like red cars? Roderick Wcss lost his appetite? Ernie lsgrigg quit playing the piano? Times do not change-we still have wrinkles in mashed potatoes. We do the laundry for the Schools Why Not Yours? Give us a trial The American Laundr Phone 333 Q f a s High School Investments Four Glorious Years learning where to invest when High School days are over. The Cave Man wore a Leopard Skin and carried a club during his "High School Days". Alas! Times have changed-"It can't be done any more." Visit us-We have the clothes that students are demanding today INST7 TU WGN A NATION WIDE Q " where savings are greatest " Y W ,gg f -nf, A ' f-.A " -..lfesrggy - fairs! -i . . V. YE' ffl 'H .- 5 "2 5 -5 ff-- ,,,,-fu . A. ,W 'vw ,,,,g, .haf 1, ,W ,. Q , 1- .ug .Wm ., b .1 , 1,-.1 n ., , ff- f ag' , V ' 3 . ff' if ri. alfa- C " ' " ' " - ---' gl Agwnlig, ,T,5V4,.-W., -,Magi Q, ,q,,,,, ..,-,MM , AVKA r .yrs-NE,,u' - QL' . ,. 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A NECESSARY FOOD Give your children plenty of F lavory, Health Givmg OAK GROVE B TTER It's a producer of rosy cheeks and Sturdy Bodies SC 'S SCHLOSSER BROTHERS H BR Makers of Good Butter Since 1884 Home Office - Frankfort, Indiana ' A Y W -. H -4-' - A ., fwfr -, all " i, E " I V My twist ...T , , f"f:i-..,.f w,..- 'Y-'11 ANN - qi.,,,,,,,:Au.-113, J..--" ' ' H'-"'-12" "K" ,e " f112j - iw.. . , .-,rj--I- fy K fn-,S ' A 4- . i A." ' '-'- . I 1 gms EK gi 1 'S t W . an J ,N Q., . V V 1 KS WN :Q ... 1' a ,7w: A 1? ' " ,V ' fi " " ta, , Z' E' K'fi.::+-- If' rx. i.fJ,:.'f'- ,, I S ,Q ,, :- , ' ' ,r , , f - Wa24.4,- A, , "Q, iff " ' 'fhgv-5 , J " i?Q.,iMf'C' We .. w-' 4, .., ,M t. , - r :Y c ii fi q y lsg , : M y J " , ' ,J 'S All Outdoors Infvites Your Kodak Cameras in a big array of styles, and in a wide range of prices, await your selection at our store. Come in and pick, out the one you want. Kodaks are 56.50 up. Brownies 52.00 up. Kodak Films, The Dependable kind in the yellow box-all sizes. Get it at our Kodak Counter. THE REXALL STORE BON MERRITT Bob Lewis: I believe in plenty of phys- ical exercise. ' Mary Foreman: Do you still use In- dian clubs? Bcb: Not any more. I'm winding a dollar watch now. Hallie Newton: I know a riddle that I bet you can't guess. "Shcrty" Parvis: "VVhat is it? Hallie: XVhat is it that I sit on, sleep on and clean my teeth with? "ShCrty": I give up. Hallie: Chair, bed a11d tooth-brush. Some folks use their heads only to keep their ears from rubbing together. How Can It Was? Am he gone? Are he went? Has he left I all alcne? Us can never go to he. Him can never come to I. Y fl Alas, how can it was? if 1 THE FUNERAL HOME MODERATE PRICES ALWAYS Phone 953-Day or Night ay e .4 ik THE SANITARY WAFFLE SHOP We specialize in giving you the best Food possible. "Always Open". 8 West Washington Meals and Short Orders Phone 2405 Y. 4' W K COAPSTICK INSURANCE AGENCY Real Estate, Mortgage Loans, General Insurance 241 Ross Building Telephine 209 Y F s- 1 r , r rl" 41135 V - Kr B , H 1 Nm , ,F ,gn 44935 th f I' 1, Lu , fr ' Www 2 . , , , ., . . A AJ , xv, 5, , 4" S me r sw--1, - ,. 5 H ,V , iw K A, " - ,fgnwy ,wwf 'Mr , ,,.,......,Y :gg fx 4' . .I Fil. 4 ' ' 'M ', .0 3 5-'f,." " S I. V. ' ,. . ' 5 W , ,A mi , .Y M 1,5 -.1 ' , ' v1:mie9?'.-- . 3, h ., . 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