Frankfort High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Frankfort, IN)

 - Class of 1930

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I FUNERAL DIRECTORS A Clinton County Institution for 75 Years 'Ee Greatest I -... fccQI1r2vR0L1-Lariat li.: in Chevrolet History' IT'S WISE TO BUY A SIX P. Dorner's Sons Co. SALES 8: SERVICE Phone 70 Frankfort, Indiana l t s A PHOTOGRAPHS gf Higher Quality' "NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD" Hardy' Studio FRANKFORT, IND. Phone 256 Y. W Q9 few QQ QQ ug nuim F Q P E .V HHN- 1+ t Jw- .- . Q ' ,i AE? V .W S1532 . . ..-1-t :itat ,' it -Q12 Q glues Q 1 2 'H uf " u- .U -ev ,. - ? N -. 7 , ,E sm, , - uf - 1. ,ii ew --: uzmu ag I .dere mfg , .. -time. 2 Pix X E19 ....'2i.t.e--wat, iawt+s.tm2lL1..g rr: linen--grit .X ii 5ar..:....:. 'figs Witte Kiieiuiilllyg 'GHLEQLEE '32i,,:,G- 'Ek uni: 'WSU , Raina ungtyailm Q ...E--I S 15:-Elia? M4342 if-5 S 'H' mem' 2 25? Q I' i.uE2'i.2EE.!- Q - in I In i 2-7 Z ,nt-an-rig? n, zuusituf, - nu ...1- wr .- - , ent- gi ti -I U.. mfr- ,Z 1: ,-:vw -5 - E , ' I ' 1 Lui-2 mi QUE? 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READY-TO-WEAR Fresh Meats, Frults, and Vegetables Where the Best is Found For Men, Ladies and Children Hour Home Made Pies and Cookies are the Best" "Rap's Busy Corner" Qj4I'I'I1StI'OI'1g W. Armstrong St. Phone 342 Y 7' W J tm ING GTHOM PSON OMP NY Q f . .. fr Y me 'V Ewa ' I ' , xe 5 Us :lil f' is fm- ff ' 1 7 ulIrIiirLJ- :IL E ml.. is x L an x jlmiii l H a 7' ' in ' A D I , IW I 5545111 Sm, Q"1'W X Q' Er H-, lf ' 5 5' " H1175 nm -,, ,.u -a , 3 nu , un ,I 5- g- ay "HE" "'- QT ' "" 7' " in ' 1. t ':u L ' ' I ' 5 . I i i ,i'g"" ef '- 1 'f I my im s,777L A , we TEM., 'frm my LW , 1142, isimafuri I, W- g -:QL . 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I ull nl :I S ll ... - lil .lg J J OLIPHANT DRY GOODS COMPANY "Allen-A" Hosiery-"Forest Mills" and "Gordon" Underwear READY-TO-WEAR-MILLINERY lL 52 West Washington Street Frankfort, Ind. W J IF IT CAN BE DONE WITH HEAT YOU CAN DO IT BETTER WITH GAS Northern Indiana Public Service Co. F julia Daugherty: "I wish God had made nie a man." Jack Hurd: "He did-here I am." Haven: "I want you to go on that trip with me next week." Elaine Bowman fthe Blond Stenol: "Say, listen here! I may be technically your typewriter, but don't get the idea I'm a portable." She was only a country belle, but she tolled on me. Maid: "You know that old vase, mum, you said 'ad bin 'anded down from genera- tion to generation?" Mistress Canxiouslyl: "Yes?" Maid: "XVell, this generation has dropped it." Him: "And why do you call me Pil- grim?" Her: "lVell, every time you call, you make a little progress." He XVho Reads the Bible: "Why was business so bad in the days of Daniel?" He XVho Does Not: "I'll bite, why?" H. VV. R. T. B.: "Because the lions ate up all the prophets." Lady: "I want to see some kid gloves for my eight-year-old daughter. please." Polite Clerk: "Yes, madarn, white kid?" Lady: "Sirl" "I just lost my ,expensive handkerchief." "Gee, that inust- have been an awful blow." Bathing Girls: "Hello there, Grandpa! How old are you?" Granda: "Eighty, darnitf' Julia Daugherty: "I feel sorry for that fellow, over there." Betty O'Rear: "How so?" Julia: "He ate his salad with his spoon, and now he has to eat his soup with his fork." "THAT'S WHERE WE EAT" Next Door to Conley Theater J l LOCKWOOD'S BLUE 81 WHITE CAFE j J J REAGAN ELECTRIC 8: PLUMBING CO. L PHILCO RADIOS 62 S. Main Phone 58 W - ' M- ui my Y u U, ,am T 1 ... 1 X +R H ...X T E El l . 1 l t . tin g? 'Q ,. 25. 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PRUITT, Prop. "l walk on them myself." Q J x "Eat a Bite and Fly"-Bring your Girl and Dance GEO. LOCKWOOD, Prop. Y xt- W ' N SALES AND SERVICE I K1mb1e Auto Co. 357 E. Washingtotn St. Phone 985 X W F a 1 i n I . 259 ' 5 ' 5 HJ E' -Mm" lGn,n ggi, ' N QEQQ. - ' 3 4, ,XQ QEQQ . w ifi' it I : Q E, 'W .ta ...' "' E iii' f e' ---' G EF . S S 9 'Q -- at me - Ha M- sera.. , 'r .al- l ,. E'?35I - I ::'E-5fEiII- I ' l ' E -r 54- GIIQQI3'-MI IH: - "L'l2'1-' ,I 2 I If anno : -V-- The - 1'-'2"2 Q11 IAF?-Tfifif me rge Jil .J 2 , i 'gun' El ul M ll-I' Lllil 'UI 'Ill-lIv'M mllll Slauterls jewelry' Store EAST SIDE I YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH US I Iam I I III . SI I , ' L3 1 UI " U5 " 'nz' Q EIS' SIUICMITFQ ' E F' -El 'I I' ll I WJ 1 -:III Im-w I " 'I-I ' I III, gllll l"":f 9 0 L Fl . I I I Eg Im nl I IU Im ml in U ml ml 'lu-ul II:m I l IHI. FLT II. II I Il I II ' n... ': ll lllljli"i Z I I g III : B 'I I4 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 W .4 Mr. Hanger: "Name six wild animals found in Africa." DRINK BOTTLED Charles Chittick: "Two lions and four tigers." A I Ti, "You marry my daughter? XVhy, you Couldn't dress her." "VVho wants to dress her?" Delicious-Refreshing ?l Coca Cola Bottling Works The big question of the day is: Xvlltill two guns go off at the same time, can Y f they be called parachutes? HOWARD MOTOR SALES Dodge Brothers and Plymouth Motor Cars Dodge Brothers Trucks Phone 568 FRANKFORT, INDIANA 51 So. Jackson St. x K I4 FOUNTAIN SERVICE HOT WAFFLES WHERE WHEELER'S COFFEE IS SERVED WITH PURE CREAM NORTHEAST COR. SQUARE 24 HOUR SERVICE heeler's Lunch I x or 'V ' X X Y , ,. an I, - I ., - N , 7 I- III - H III ' Efywuu, ' 'HCL ,7 5' III-It ' -52,3 'H :I.,,' ' I uII-- I ' . ! -- as II: I.,- I,-vw:I s -D: 'I II, I e, - l 4 :MIX --II- "-- .I I,.If,,,.4I - lllgm: -Imprf , Fr, '-Y 71 1 lt - - -,,A IIIIS '.., I-. I , V- 2-I , -L 7' m 7 1.. . . 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"They loaned it all to Europe." t'Now do you promise to support the Con- stitution," "INIe? How can I? I have a wife and six children to support." x Betty Lou Flower Shop Cor. Hoke Ave. and E. Wabash Frankfort, Indiana FLOWERS for all OCCASIONS Wedding, Party and Funeral Flowers Our Specialty N. An Irishman lay dying when the odor of Cooking assailed his nostril. Summoning his J weeping daughter to his bedside, he said: "Nora darling, ain't it doughnuts what I smell?" "Right for ye. father," the girl replied. "And would ye be' asking your mither if I can have one before I die?" The daughter delivered the message to mother in the kitchen and brought back this answer: "Mither says we cannot have one of Phone 115 or 1498 W X EAT AT Barnharfs Headquarters for ALL SCHOOL STUDENTS 214 N. Main St. them doughnuts. They're fer the wake." 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I illaret.- 1'-:i"it 'L3 ! ll ... l?llll?lIllglllE :Simi 1241 !"',rErf!nl,,a'!nT,5farf 7'gL.1,g J RELIABILITY ECONOMY Authorized Sales and Service 300 East Washington Street Telephone 797 Frankfort, Ind. BEAUTY PERFORMANCE J Why Can't You? Go T0 CAs sung by Al Jolsonl 7 Violets from tinee se-heeds S Fight ther wayee up tharough the weheeds, Vi-o-lets can dohoo it. Where VVhy cayunt youhoo? The Prices are Always Litell ba-rooks can dooit, Right VVhy-why cayunt U U U U? Hopes and dreams are things that life can Ashman Drug Co. Sha-uffare, Learn to liuft yur head and say it dozen- Q f madderg Bir-dees sing'n cageztoo, 4 They know thaz thathing toadoog 7 Liddle bnrds cayun do it, I S why-why mcnoo? ON THE ALLEY Solon1on's 777th XVif,e: "Sol, are you really and truly in love with me?" Standard Brands of Merchandise Solomon: "My dear, you are one in a Unexceued thousand," and she snuggled closer. PRICE worry about their skirts getting baggy at the knees. Use City Heat! It is hard to beat! 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"How do you like your friends here at the asylum?" "O, they're quite the nuts!" "If a hen laid an orange. what would the little chick say?" "Oh, look at the orange, marina-lade." Prof.: "XVhat do you find the hardest thing to deal with?', Student: "An old pack of cards." Paul Plunkett Con the telephonej: "I want to see you in the worst possible way." Marg. Roberts: "Come around before breakfast." Fred F.: "I wish I had enough money to get married." XVilanna C.: "XVhat would you do?" F. F.: "Buy a coonskinf' Freshman: "Gee, I'm in an awful hole." Sophomore: "NVhat's the matter?" Freshman: "I've spelled 'Professor' with two f's and don't know which one to cross out." ing in?" Dick Bergen: "Skeleton key." Mr. T.: "Skeleton key?" Dick: "Yeh, fits anything." FRANKFORT, INDIANA M K 1over's ce Cream Mr. Thomas: 'WVhat key are you play- ! 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Jack: 'llVanna go canoeing?" julia: "No, let's go for an aeroplane ride." jack: "VVhat's the idea?" julia: swim." "XVe1l, mother knows I can Early to bet and early to rise And you wear what belongs to the other SUYS. Perry Merchant: "I-Iow did you break your leg?" Louis Miller: "I threw a cigarette in a man-hole, and stepped on it." First Stude: "XVe'r,e going to give the bride a shower." Second Stude: "Count me in-I'll bring the towels. Mary Louise: "This is an instantaneous picture of myself." Haven McClure: "It's easy to see that. Your mouth is closed in it." M AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE C. C. Smithl American National Bank. Bldg. Phone 274 Monroe's Paint CE, Wreck Shop AUTOMOBILE PAINTING 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Body and Fender Repairing Factory Trained Mechanics Phones-Day 8883 Nite 1571 908 Magnolia Ave. .J x K K Citizens Loan 81 Trust Co. HOME of SAVINGS N. I I Q "ig D 'QQLM1 'D iffy OP " il '7 :F .. 3 1- . 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Jailer tto prisoner in death cellj: "lVell the exeeutioner's late: you'll have an hour of grace." Guy in stripes: HO. K., warden, bring her in." lVhat 111811 like to see most in a daring dress is a daring woman, E Kern Bros. I Tru-Poise Selby Shoes for Women BOSTONIANS for Men South Side Square F'E Trade at It Pays to 9 I f f ,,.. lax, QU., ,,- lr, , Eg, ' .B -LSE? 19 ,wmfl Q' -2152 Q . Agni ' Q ,L - me ..-E-I U Q Merge? L sq, - mv, - B 5 tt , , . E9 nan wav' ,, - 11321. 6...-S an 'll . 5 X ,.., - In .U av Lf. -ei A, 1 .M Z . F - - Uial... ,QQEE Viilii V 'fy N? WED miami' img: 'Email , ui- me 'W ml- mlgnlil -V . :E g,f' at . 7 : -... gig 4 Q I: .rainy mm?-'E3'QfIf2lml1 -lERlQ51'L2E,5lQ?',, 1im5l!'5!l'32uu nr-iuig'mgl5Q:",3m h - 'Wa' 5 W? M 2 ?Tn-2' r -A----a-wzivuei 'E ,E WE :men T :1.-.iEu..gu-- I--SH' . -4Ll'm'QAQ,?,f Hui,-giigg 'I mil! 455. , :ilk-E?....a..-i' . .. " 'mg 1255" , ii. 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Jack Hurd: t'I'l1 have you know that this animal is a police dog." Frank: "You never saw a police dog that looked like that thing." Jack: "He's in the secret service." M OVer 1,400,000 Frigidaires IN USE More than 3 times as may as any other make There's a Reason R. F. FOWLER Frigidaire Sales and Service Frankfort Farmer: "I've got a freak over on my farm. It's a two-legged calf." Second Farmer: "I know it. He was over to call on my daughter last night." "There's just one thing that all men thirst after." "And what is that?" "Peanut butter." Surprise: "Oh yeah?" Indignation: "Oh yeah?" Scorn: "Oh yeah?" Sarcasm: "Oh yeah?" "I got a letter from the college that says our Nellie's been stealin'." "'XVhat!" "Says she's takin' home economics." Miss Sanders: "Johnny, what is the quotient of Z0 divided by el?" johnny Stroup: "XVhy, now, Miss San- ders, l'd like to tell you but I believe it would do you more good to look it up for yourself." Strictly 5 and 10 Cent Store X f .J F. W. 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V""Sit5'- A- B- JANIES G. DAVIS 1' DY YVUOD 1 Manual Training E 'l'.'h . . ng-B 1 XV1l1-y High School, Terre Haute: S1-1r1'l1'-4x'1l1e High S1-11111111 lndiana Uni- S'a11- Normal, B. S.: University of x'111's1ty: Indiana Stalv Nurinal. I-E. S. XVis1'1111sin. 1 r-'N g: 11- , 11- 11. H . .1.. 1. ,A 1-11 E'lT'-5' " 111453 " Q9 1.1.-2 Q0 111" 1 . -ary ff' 1 ' 1, 'E ' ' E11 1... M , 6 , 2... .2 4 4 1 1111 mfg 15 1 E 'i 1 F la' X T B! 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L 11115111311 'W' ' - H -1-1 1-F 'gi 1 41:11 1112131 ' 1111Z111111111g, 22:3-1--' ,Si ,,, 51111. 1 151511115 . - 11-Q1 91531 1a1111 ,f....- 11111: 1 11111, .1 ,, Km, 111, ,, ,,, ,B 111m11, v-mllllfixxxlqm qui R 1: E U 1 H111 L.1-U Q. 111 ,111z1111 , 1 .111a1111,11 ,ix ' In ,:,gEL1's::,- E - :i,- . V-: Y anno 9 - KT 'II :' - ' -fllgQg.1!x1.In-g-Llsgj-. , lflilzllllgHlliyilga-?llllE41n ,.5f,:w:ugguH-In '-53 ,g ' 'U-'31 gi'-51' Q ,, ieflieznuilusnruf I l 2 , .. EIIIEIIIEWEIEFIE-T iii-.3...'I ung- 1 1 -ai ""-' '15' C. EDYYARD CHAPDIAX XYILLIAM A. PITKIX History and Public Speaking History and Economics Elwood High School: Wabash College, Greencastle High Schmylt DePauw A. B.: Middle Tennessee State University. A. B.: University of Normal. 'Wis-tc-nsin: University of C'U1'Qrl'3.d", A. M. XINABELLE STAIR DIARY HAY French and English Mathematics Frankfort High Sch-nf-1: Indiana Uni- 'Wiley High Sch-wil, Terre Haute: versity. A. FL: fourteen months res- State Normal, A. B. idence in France. 1928-29. DELLA DIAYIJ SAXDERS DORIS KXOX Mathematics - .XITJJH High Schfolz Franklin College. Mathenlaucs Preparatt-ry Department: Franklin Zionsyille High School: Indiana Uni- Vflrllege. E. S,g Indiana State Nor- versity, A. B.: Chicag., Ifnixw-rsity: mal fllllege Ctfurse. A. Oklahoma lf'-Jlumbia University. Baptist University: Columbia L'ni- versity, A. BI.: Indiana University. RAYMOND ROHRABAYGH CLIFFORD L. PRIBBLE History and Sociology Mathematics Kirklin High School: Franklin Pail- XYarren High Schull: Marion Normal lege,A.B. Institute: Tri-State College: 'Wa- hash Cfillege. A. B.: University tif Chicago. V if I. 6' 71.71. Or gr. or fr 255. a df.: eau: U -:vi O mesa. V 'a... . '15-.. - 'sw ge-fi- '2r-- im' -- ' F' '- M5 55' 'Sf 'e we ' 'Qi ff fur ' T. ' 1 fi - 9 -5:12 . Egg. ,2fi':, 2-ilu , 'L L - - : ' FIS. -2 iri i' :Ln - C:-:EQEQN fiuniilllw, 'i's'U3mf:3 vE.,f,,?2' Amr ig- ?imgun 5.7 P M2-ug,,, gg- ,,,D:.afg wi F, J.. 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EDITH Ifll.-L ' HATTIE CAMPBELL H N A Anderson High Schoolg University of Illinois: Univer- sity of XVisconsing Franklin College. D English . Q Y . . 3 . - Engllsh P 'll H' l S 1 1 I d' U I Frankfm-r High scimoig Eariham C01- O.Tf3Qi1.f A. 15.1 C101 n 'ana m lege, A. B. ' IIRS. M.-KRIE BEAKCH YERDA KNOX Hist,,,.,. English Frankfort High School: Indiana Uni- Ladoga High Sclioulg DePauw, A. B. versity' A' B' JAJIES G. DAVIS COY XYOOD . . Manual Training English XViley High School, Scircleville- High Schuolg Indiana Uni- Sfate Normal, B. S. versity: Indiana State Nurmal, B. S. XViscunsin. Terre Haute: 3 University of J " ...f1'3'l'i' 5' 19 , Jil' S0 .i. ... -W . . ni- ,ii , I VIIII? A" ' '5 AJ i . ... dx , E.. .3 Q , in , wr-nn erm? N ' ' ' ii 5 nua- i NEI Q y-y an " E' nii'il" ' - E mtg ... wifi? ua...- Z ' 'S in' KDEUIEJ ora- -, ina-mai s - - . i 5, - gina .. :ii-2 -5 in i - ui ii-if , , i in ii in MEI' Hifi' ' Win ' "' ' H 'i in v 1 ,fllll . B . 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"4!I:'l'l1 '-'- : L H irimh- '-5-L'!'ll'!'-"A'g'fllLL'jiL Q ., 'e le'SlREfT:im2' ' FQWQHQEQHTQW QTE if . n --L gina 5 -. u rr:- E- 5 ?:"A'-: 5 ' - 7 ' 11, ',, - . :L-J-G -11 53:4 an :L 1 1 Q ig: - Ly- 1 im mi-ml-In-H1-un-111. ,m - H, , l ' -in 1 In 1 ll A u 1 ffl llll I l : " 1 gan.- i 'olf ,....,. C. EDWVARD CHAPMAN History and Public Speaking Elwood High School: XVabash College, A. B.: Middle Tennessee State Normal. NINABELLE ST.-XIR French and English Frankfort High School: Indiana Uni- versity, A. B.: fourteen months res- idence in France, 1928-29. DORIS KNOX Mathematics Zionsville High School: Indiana Uni- versity, A. B.: Chicago University: Columbia University. RAYMOND ROHRABAUGH History und Sociology Kirklin High School: Franklin Col- lege, A. B. .1 XVILLIAM A. PITKIN History and Economics Greencastle University, A. B.: University of XYisconsin: A. M. High School: DePauw University of Colorado, Nl ARY MAY Mathematics XYiley High School, Terre Haute: State Normal, A. B. 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A Q --I LM ma 1 11 L 1 Ill -mx -' 2 ' E: ' - f UI - : E - - , 'EEF' 11 1111 EEUIKEIII' nib 1.5 QF 1 '1111li1l11Sm1!1l111: x-il, ml ,1 all 3 dm 5 111? 1 I 61111 :HI1 1 "1 , nail!! 1 J ' 1 ' I I Q L 3 I Q: I 1 1 I 1U 11 Illl HH: L M p 1 'Q -'-HE! 1111Zu11gu115111E-Jl11TIn1slne111 -G ' - - -5 , E E - r.411 ARLINGTON BOYVIIAN Football, '3O3 Interclass Basketball, '29, Manual Exhibition, '29. IHEGINA R. CAMPBELL Kirklin High School, '27, '28, '29: Frankfort High School, '30, LOREN BINKLEY Populus Ronianus: Curia Latina: State Latin Con- test, '2Sg Senior Class Play. RUTH BOND Gym Exhibition, '26, '34'lj Typwriting Cunlcsts, '29, '303 Orchestra, '29, '30g Sewing Exhibition, '28, "A Man XVithout a Coun- try": "Cara1'an"3 Junior Girls' Glec Club. LULA BLEDSOE Typewriting Contests, '29, '30:.Popu1us Romanus: Sunshine Society: Sewing Exhibition, '27, Gym Exhi- bition, '26. ROBERT E. CARTER Hi-Y Club. '29, '30: Or- chestra, '3O: Glce Club, '30: Varsity Track. '29: Inter- r-'ass Track. '27, '28, '29: Interclass Basketball, '28, '30, "The Man XYithout a Country", "Caravan", "The Re-llc of Bagdad": Manual Exhibition, '27: String Quartette-, '30: Populus Ro- manus. '27, CATHERINE BARTON Sunshine Society: Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '3O: "Car- avan"3 "Pickle-s": "The Dc'l1f of Bagdadug "The Man XYithout a Co11ntry": Populus Romanus: French Club, '28, '29, '30, Secretary of French Club, '30' Editor- in-Chie-f of High Life, '30: Eiiropean History Club, '303 bewing Exhibition, '27, Gym Exhibition, '26, '27g Cauldr1m Staff, '30. CHARJJES CHALFANT Manual Exhibition, '26, '27: Mechanical Drawing Exhibition, '28: Interclass Track, '26, '27, '28: Varsity Track, '27, '28: lnterclass Basketball, '27, '2S. Y -si" 10 131111 Q ,1111f- ,, W , UE -1 it 1' 111,12 QQ -1111-1: -I - 1 - 11 1 111- - 11, - 11 ,- 1-2m1a1111? sf ,F1111 EL , ,agar . 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" - "hr :wie 'I-v'2"'!:"l1s E 2 Q.. HERO item-L Sw 9 1 V 1 gnu Qmqgtlm-1 5 - - : : - ,, 495242235 I Jzmt . L. ' - ' .L i9fm'2ii.9m2T26i9i ' - - 'riiils.EaU4ni.2tf a-is MARX' AGNES BETTS Danville, Illinois, High School,' '27, '28, Sunshine Society, '29, '30, French Club, '29, '30, Second Vice- President French Club, '29, Staccato Club, '30, Curia Latina, '29, Websterian, '29, '30, History Cflub, '30: Gym Exhibition, '29, Caul- dron Staff. PAUL E. CORNELISON Manual Exhibition, '29, French Club, '28, '29, XVeb- sterian Club, '28, '29, '30, Interclass Track, '27, '29, '30, Varsity Track, '29, '30, Varsity Football, '30, "Belle of Bagdadf' WVILBLR CHENAYLT Crispus Attucks High r School, Indianapolis, '27, I ,.,8 ,fm Cl-ILOIE CLENDENNING Jackson Township High School, '29, Gym Exhibi- tion, '30, Sunshine Society, '30, .-4 RUSSELL J. CORBETT Populus Romanus, '27, Curia Latina, '28, Inter- class Track, '27, '28, Inter- clg.ss30Basketball, '27, '28, ELAINE BOWDIAN Populus Romanus, '26, '27, Curia Latina, '28, '29, '30, Scriba of Curia La- tina, '29, Parliamentarian of European History Club, '29, United States History Club, '29, '30, Vice-Presi- dent United States History Cflub, '30, Sunshine Soci- ety, Commercial Contests, '29, .'30, Sewing Exhibition, '29, Gym Exhibition, '27, '30, Sallie Mae Byers Com- position Contest, '30. GR..-1f'E ENIDIENS Gym Exhibition, '26, '27, Sewing Exhibition, '29, La- tin Contest, '26, '27, Sun- shine Society, Treasurer of Sunshine Society, '30, XVeb- sterian Club, '29, '30, Sec- retary of Class, '30. ROBERT CROSS Varsity Track, '29, '30: 'nterclass Basketball, '27, '28, '29, '30, Tennis Team, '28, '29, '30, Captain Tennis Team., '29, Football, '30, Interclass Track, Forum, '29, '30, Vice-President of Forum. 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'29, Manual Exhibition, '29, '30, ' 1 "Caravan", A-1 ' M "5 EMMA JANE HOWE "Pickles", "The Belle of Bagdadn, "The Man VVithout a Coun- try", Latin Contest, '28, Treasurer of Curia Latina, '28, Secretary of Curia La- tina, '29, Populus Roman- us, '26, '27, French Club, '20, United States History Club, '29, Secretary of United States History Club, '29, Sewing Exhibition, XVebsterian Club, '29, '30, Volley Ball Team, '27, Gym Exhibition. '26, '27, '30, Sunshine Society, Secretary of Sunshine Society, Sun- shine Convention. HELEN FERRELL Kirklin High Sclionl, '27, '28, '29, Frankfort High School, '30. MILTON VV. ERDEL Latin Club, '27, '28, United States History Club, '30, Manual Exhibition, '30, Boys' Glee Club, '30, Operetta, '30. EIIWARIJ E. ESRA P1S'l1HER E- GOAR Yice-President of Sun- shine Society, '29, Presi- flent Sunshine Society, '30, Sunshine Convention, '28, '29, '30, Vice-President Staccato Club, '27, '28, '29, fry", Consul of Curia La- tina, '28, Latin Contest, '26, '27, '28, Vice-President of History Club, '28, WVeb- sterian Club, '28, '29, '30, "The XVhole Town's Talk- ing"', Gym Exhibition, '27, '2S: Volley Ball Team, '27, High Life Reporter of French Club. RUTH HAYES ALBERT EVVING Sunshine Society, Latin Contest, '27, '28, Curia La- tina, '28, '29, '30, Pan American Club, '28, Gym Exhibition, '27, United States History Club, '29, '30: Yice-President of United States History Club, '29, Treasurer of Curia Latina, '29, Shorthand Squad, '30, '27, Glee Club, the Ship", "A out a. 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'ents emufnsme 2 i'ed2i'2im'!mii5vr 2.-: JOYCE HALL "A Man Without a Coun- try", "The Belle of Bag- dad", "Caravan", Inter- class Basketball, '28, Man- ual Exhibition, '28, '29, Interclass Track, '27, Var- sity Football, '30, Hi-Y Club, '30, Mechanical Drawing Exhibition, '30, Hi-Y Conference. ELIZABETH KIMBLE Populus Romanus, '27, Gym Exhibition, '27, French Club, '28, '29, Sew- ing Exhibition, '29, Sun- shine Society, Sallie Mae Byers Composition Con- test. EYERETT HOLST ' Interclass Basketball, '27, Band, '28, '29, '30, Or- chestra, '28, '29, '30, "The Belle of Bagdadu. GLADYS KING Gym Exhibition, '27, '28, Sewing Exhibition, '29, Sunshine Society, Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, "The Belle of Bagdadw. wwf Or '2'lL,,,, Op ' Or 'Inga I op HE' vu, f il- V 's ' U Mem, . 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Latina, '28, '29, '30, President of Curia Latina, '28, lnterclass Debate, '28, '29, High Life Staff, '29, '30, Athletic Editor of C?ulc515ongONVci-bsgteriajng Clgiob '2,',':i-,'1-,': Football, '30, Vice-Presb dent of Forum, '29, Pan American History Club, 'ggi Interclass Basketball, RAY JACOBS JOSEPHINE IVIAISH Gym Exhibition, '26, '27, Sunshine Society. HOWARD A. JOHNSON United States History Club, '29, '30, Hi-Y Club, '30, Manual Exhibition, '28, '29, Mechanical Exhi- bition, '29, Populus Ro- manus, '27, '28, MAURICE JOHNSON Band, '28, '29, '30, G-lee Club, '28, '29, '30, "The Belle of Bagdadu, Inter- class Basketball, '28, In- terclass Track, '30. PAULINE MAISH Pan American History Club, '28, European His- tory Club, '28, '29, United States History Club, '30, Tumbling Team, '27, '28, Indoor Track Meet, '28, "The Man VVithout a Coun- try", Junior Girls' Glee Club, '27, '28, Cooking' Ex- hibition, '27, Gym Exhibi- tion, '27, '28, '29, Short- hand Squad, '30, Sunshine Society, '3O. EDIERSON KELLER Manual Exhibition, '26, '27, United States History Club, '29. ' Aff nfinu Q 6 MTS . mar' -,i i 1 1-ann 4 i mai A uni 1 K .., I M-:gl ml-in me H E Vu YW M- i am. nl 'HE' ix tau? ,, T L ku u fi we ms' , F ,E ,,,-,- uma i z a I,-a. +. - ' 1 1133, 3 ,mfg , . - 1- -in f llqrw- ' 1 ,it-is , - . .iam ..-1 - :Q 2-I ,1:e.n- .E---M 2 -gr' M q i 4 .emit f 'M'-mf ,mf tif im , iv ,. ,if -, ., -is ,, F , - , ,ig , .- , ... 'uv , :Q ..-f if- 1 . - . vi ' vm- - f 1 - ' -:- - E as 2 Q E L 2 I J . 5.1 it '.5?imE Eiyxiibgigiueit, ,itigiiixzunixxx m izmifgma , i "' .1 Euuilli- lift an-1'iGi2'E?, ani -wil H , --- " 5 'i i 5 ,s f T-'glmgni-?' gggggdlvsivlgl 5 'E ,S EEQQU "Qing-Qin-a.i.2Eia . - , . -5 i ii , -:a5,- ii 'EmiE,f 5 E .,- - ug-E ' 1 1' - uyqu ll 15 akcgggaa' 'L L Qgmelwiml Q uiklggi..-5.9 , - - , ,, - .V - u - -- 1 -fs . 5 - - , - . TEN we-mag., 5'igm2?"' ,,, :i'H?QL- 4131913 Smit... 1f5,"'fm'f' sw- - ' , - . 4 mi u--En'-Eine. .aim nl GT. if 2' E-'G - -mags 1221. i,,m in. . ... - .fum imzuninu 1 i A ' . :- " 'E' Q l-"U 1 mam ufinuijm . u JEQVE E : e -. "1 - .- ' . 5,Q,,... E 'F?tfiin.'eimf., 0 leg.-,j2'i2,3:. ' Q an .-igzfge ln i1lEQi'2iILLllmpy':,,,y - ,. i I V Y'ngi"' 'W ' I in mf' nu nn'mTu1, ,,,, ' Jin rinatipfm nn nl Tiuirlr. I i i u A n Fm llll l:IIl t E 1 E ' 'il v '21-:-'s :ln -. '- E:-E':-: D U ' - ' -' fi, i:.mlm'Mi'5Tir'fQtfg!'u,4LU - : "- E S-2 1: 1 iH5ULlErLu:ifLl'3U.v-ffldzmllll l"'-tl-- :': 2 - : -' ,-.. L' l? SWE : 5 . -.. fiFl1:lll:lli:ml'Em Iill'rE MAURICE E. KING Forum, '29, '30, Vifeb- sterian Club, '29, '30, Hi-Y Club, '29, '30, President of Hi-Y Club, '30, Boosters Club, '29, '30, President of Boosters Club, '30, Inter- class Debate, '29, '30, Var- sity Debate, '30, Tennis Team, '29, '30, Gorgas Me- morial Essay Contest, All- State State Orchestra, '30, National High School Or- chestra, '30, X'i'inner of Gorgas Memorial Essay Contest. LENA LEON LEYYIS Sunshine Society: Gym Exhibition, '27, Latin C011- test, '27, Sewing Exhibi- tion, '28, Shorthand Con- test, '30. DELLA LIYESEY I Populus Ronianus, '26, '27, United States History Club, '28, Sewing Exhibi- tion, '28, Cooking Exhibi- tion, '29, SLaccato Club, '29, '30, Typing Contest. '28, '29, "The Man XVithout a Country", "The Belle of Bagdad". LEROY GUDI Latin Club, '27, '28, Man- ual Exhibition, '30. RUTH LUCAS Sunshine Society, Gym Exhibition, '27, Sewing Ex- hibition, '28, United States History Club, '30, "The Man 'Without a Country", "Cara.van". H,-KROLD KIMBLE Interclass Basketball, '27, Manual Exhibition, '28, '29, "The Building Of the Ship", "The Man VVitl1out a Country", Mechanical Drawing Exhibition, '29, Populus Romanus, '27, ROBERT KELLEY Football, '30, Interclass Basketball, '28, '29, Band, '29, State Band Contest, '29, Cauldron Staff, Hi-Y Club, '30, State Hi-Y Rep- resentative, '30, Manual Exhibition, '30. CATHERINE MARTIN Gym Exhibition, '26, '27, Girls' Glee Club, '26, '27, '28, '29, Circus Minstrel, '26, Sunshine Society, "The Man Vx'ithout a Country", Populus Romanus, '26, '27, "The Maid and the Middie", "Caravan", Sewing Exhibi- tion, '28, French Club, '28, '29, History Club, '28, '29, Society Editor of High Life, '29, '30, Sallie Mae Byers Composition Contest. v . 'v 'v vv . 6' ::, . - . :En . 5.1, Q 2 . 'I-if -- , --.. F7f':?.u V- sWi',m efe5,,,s,. -. n2',51',5f. f.. ,,-,www -.- mil' -. .We '- -L. wuflpw ,, U 5.52 'wg' 'f5,,,H" 13:5 1 , 'f si , 1- ' , , A ... F . 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ETTA RAY Sunshine Society. GLEN M. PARSONS Inteirclass Basketball, '26, '27, '28, '29, Interclass Track, '26, '27, '28, '29, Varsity Track, '29, Purdue Round-up, '28, '29, Orches- tra, '26, '27, '29, Corn Judging Team, '28, Varsity Basketball, '2S. ELDON NOE Boosters Club, '29, '30, Secretary of Boosters Club, '30, Forum, '29, '30, Hi-Y Club, '30: History Club, '29, '30, President of His- tory Club, '29, Orchestra, '27, '28, '29, '30, Manual Exhibition, '30. EDTTI-IE PIFKETT Glee Club, '29, '30: Oper- etta, '30, Gym Exhibition, '26, '2S: Art Exhibition, '29, '30, Sewing Exhibition, '30, Curia Latina, '29, PAUL H. 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WAYNE MARTIN Varsity Debate, '27, '2SZ Interclass Debate, '26, For- um, '27, '28, '29, Interclass Track, '27, '28, '29. MARY WEST Sewing Exhibition, '27, Gym Exhibition, '27, '30, May Festival, '29, Glee Club, '28, '29, Sunshine So- cisetygs Populus Romanus, FRED WITSDIAN Curia Latina, '28, '29, Varsity Track, '28, '29, '30, Basketball, '27, '28, '29, Varsity Basketball, '30, Football, '30: Sportsman- ship Trophy, '30. President of Class, '29, Editor-in-Chief of Caul- dron, Advertising Manager of High Life, '30, Sec- sterian Club, '29, Vice- President of French Club, '29, President of French Club, '30, Vice-President of Curia Latina, '29, President of Curia Latina, '30: Editor of Latin "Stude", Secretary of History Club, '29: "Pickles", "The VVhole Ti-wn's Talking", "Cara- van", Sallie Mae Byers Composition Contest, '28, Senior Class Play. EDWIN SHAFFER Basketball, '28, '29, Band, '27, '28, '29. 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POGUE F - , '28: I g - 1 5, Gym Exhibition, '27, Sew- mum n elcaw ing Exhibition, '28, "Car- Basketball, '27, '28, Glee 0 avan", Curia Latina, '28, Club, '28, '.9, '30, "Picl-t- A - les", "The Belle of Bag- '29, United States History Club, '29, '30, Staccato dad"l '27, '28. NVALTER L. MOORE Interclass Basketball, .97 '98 um. , , - ffrackfiig 'iiimed stares History Club, '29. MILDILED E. SWYINFORD Interclass Track, Club, '28, '29, '30, Treasurer of Staccato Club, '30, "The Belle of Bagdadn, Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, All- State Chorus, '29, Sunshine Society, Sallie Mae Byers Composition Contest. ROBERT Tl-IACICER lnterclass Basketball, '27, '28, Forum, '28, '29, "The Building of the Ship", Me- chanical Drawing Exhibi- tion. '28, '29, Manual Ex- hibition, '29, Track, '27, Intel class DALE s. THOMAS '-Pickles", --The Belle of G'm Exhib' ' '2 ' Se-wang ExliibitifJl?,n'29, 6' Bagdadnl "The Man With- out a Country", "The XVliole Town's Talking", "Cai'ai'an", Band, '28, '29, '30, Orchestra, '28, '29, '30, All-State Chorus, '29, Glee Club, '28, '29, '30, Forum, '28, '29, '30, XVebsterian HAROLD TADI-I Club, '29, '30, Interclass Basketball, '27, '28, '29, Manual Exhibition, '29, '30, liiterclass Debate, '29. MILDRED THORNTON qgickiiell High School, '- , 'LTI Football, '2", '28, Tg ' 0' T '29 '3q Basketball, ':Z9: Track, '29, 'pmb eam' ' " High School Play, '28, '29, Glee Club, '28, "The Belle of Bagdadn. i 2 , n 'HQ' QQ lx'i'Qy5 QQ L mifi Q .t H H, M l , , gu n ' E-:-, ,f 1 5.3513 Q9 K 5325" Q -m , , , 2 , Q, - 5 -fl' X X X . IEI i ,E , . , .i n ' l -- " ' at . " l"?.lQili'?:l' ' 2355- . ..,- im L Q -p- ii if Nan EY -53217 ,.- "Rallye QQ if f- i ,,L .ui E y. mf. 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FRED SHANKLIN Varsity Debate, '28, '29, '30, Football, '30, Business Manager of High Life, '30, Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Cauldron, Forum, '28, '29, '30, Vllebsterian Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, President of lVebsterian Club, '29, Hi-Y Club, '29, '30, Curia Latina, '29, '30, Pan-Amer- ican Club, '28, President of Pan-American Club, '28, Sallie Mae. Byers Composi- tion Contest, '30, "The Whole Town's Talking", Senior Class Play, Inter- class Debate, lnterclass Basketball, '27, '29, Golf Team, '29, Populus Ro- rglgnus, Typing Contest, ELBERTA ROBERTSON Sewing Exhibition, '27, Gym Exhibition, '27, '28, '29, Tumbling Team, '28, '23, '30, History Club, '28, '2 . KENNETH ROBISON Manual Exhibition, '30. MARGARET L. ROBERTS G16-e Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, Typing Team., '29, "The Belle of Bagdad", "The Man XVithout a Country", Orchestra, '27, '28, '29, '30. FR.-KNK SHANKLIN Varsity' Debate, '28, '29, '30, Football, '30, Business Manager of Cauldron, Ad- vertising Manager of High Life, Discussion League, '29, Vice-President of Class, '29, Forum, '28, '29, '30, XVebsterian, '27, '28, '29. '30, President of Web- sterian, '30, Hi-Y Club, '29, '30, Treasurer of Hi-Y, '30, Curia Latina, '29, '30, Sallie Mae Byers Composi- tion Contest, Interclass Debate, '27, Interclass Bas- ketball, '27, '28, '29, '30, Tennis Team, '27, '28, '29, Populus Romanus, Typing Contest, '30. NIILIJRED SHARP Sunshine Society. -' ,,, 7 '1g,,, 'F 9 11s1 oy 3 X 1- 4' 'in 'Q Sw-11 11 mg: U I IIS! 1-, , I I 1151111 5, W: Q 5 E H s X514 1z1,, 'g 6 12,41 111 s j H 11: 1Ju7' 'S 171111-Q in nugf 7 rum' " 5., 11 ,,, 1111 11 s ,, n 11 ,Edgy , 11 :11 'gg' H17 "'lr.1..11 ,, 'gr 1 'E urs-1:11:77 ,mr 11111111 11L,Jw,g, LU ' - 1" o L1 '- p 11 '11 . ' 7 wi. 1 Runga? ' 21535511 . 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VVAYNE SWAYZEE Forum, '27, '28, Hi-Y Club, '29, Glee Club, '28, '29, Varsity Debate, '29, '30, Varsity Track, '27, '28, '29, '30, Football. '30, In- terclass Basketball, '27, '28, '29, '30, Curia Latina, '28, "The Man VVithout a Coun- try", "Pickles". CHARLES STUART OPAL WALTERS Sunshine Society, Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, "Car- avan", Staccato Club, '29, '30, President of Staccato Club, '30, History Club, '29, '30, President of His- tory Club, '30, "The Belle pf Bagdadn, All-State C'horus, '29, Vice-President of Class, '30, "The Man NVithout a Country", Gym Exhibition, '27, '30, Web- sterian Club, '29, '30, Snap- shot Editor of Cauldron, Sewing Exhibition, '28. FRED RENO Interclass Track, '27, '28, '29, Interclass Basket- ball, '28, '29, '30, Manual Exhibition, '27, '28, Assist- ant in Athletic Depart- ment, '28, '29, '30, 1 "" - Q an-C ine, .1 M. .,,. , 'Q mm Q iii-i-9 Q' ,,:a-kv' Q' ,uitwlg QQ img" Q . H V J- vi as ee- ,E 2 F Y 2' K xi. 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'i'U'L"2'g'2'3lfllg'L4i M , .A le ie'sim2fTsims s": , --i-Emgiiiimgmgw giiis ,, ' 1-- Q I -I .v al UI I :rl I 1' -1,3 ,, .1 lm-: lm.: Q A- in I I Mani llll 1'-f 1 1, I , HAT., uni ij -I EE C l twig? ml Imlllu Im, ,M -54muhpimiin:ly'g1'flN an I E ' I1 I i l Il l n ' mi lm I 1 l FRANK JAY WAINSCOTT Hi-Y Club, '29, '30, Yell Leader, '27, '28, '29Z Inter- class Basketball, '27, Ten- nis Team, '29. DIARY TILLARS Sunshine Society: Orches- tra, '27, '28, '29, '30, Gym Exhibition, '26, '30, Uni'ed States History Club, '29, French Club, '29, DIARGAILET VINCENT Gym Exhibition, '27, '30, Orchestra, '28, '29, '30, Sunshine Society, French Club, '28, '29, '30, Vice- President of French Club, '30, History Club, '29, '30, Staccato Club, '29, '30Z Cauldron Staff, Populus Romanus, '27, '28, "The Belle of Bagdadn. GENEYIEYE MARIE SCIIULTZ Sunshine Society. HELEN WARIJ Glee Club, '28, Orches- tra, '27, '28, '29, "The Man l'Vithout a Country", Kirk- lin High School, '28, '29Z Populus Ronianus, '27, '28, Gym Exhibition, '27, '28. ULEN WILLIANISON XVebsterian Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, Interclass Basket- ball, '27, lnterclass Track, '27, Forum, '28, '29, '303 Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, "l'ickles": History Club, '29, Populus Romanus, '27, Cauldron Staff, High Life Staff, '29. DIAYRICE SEADIAN Art Exhibition, '28, '29, lnterclass Basketball, '27, '25, Manual Exhibition. '27, '28, Mechanical Draw- ing' Exhibition, '30. HELEN VERA GEISE Sunshine Society, Gym Exhibition, '26, Sewing Exhibiliun, '2T. J' ll '-ll ll I QE' -.,,-.:. "sp 'H' J, 'Is u um! W' lu I , .1 U l--swf' IVII H 11 S inn ,... 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She is always quoting bits of philoso- phy which she has learned from the book, "XYise and XYitty Sayings for Gccasionsf' She always considers the "sportsman-like side" of everything. mother, who is of a peevish disposition, dislikes her and always sides in x Grace, the older sister. However, Mr. Harrington always takes her part. All Her vith At the opening of the play Grace has "thrown over" Tony Anderson, whom Patricia has always loved, for the rich Billy Caldwell. Upon hear- ing this Patricia immediately determines upon a course by which she may get Tony. Her plans are successful, but just as soon as she gets Tony, she learns that Grace has broken off her engagement to Billy and now wants Tony. Finally, after a lot of trouble, Grace fixes her engagement to Billy, Mr. Harrington reforms Mrs. Harringtong and, of course, Patsy gets Tony, and they all lived happily ever after. The Cast Consisted of: Mr. Harrington .. .. Loren Binkley Mrs. Harrington . . .... Betty Q'Rear Grace Harrington . .. Elaine Bowman Patricia Harrington . .. .lulia Daugherty Billy Caldwell .... .. XYayne Swayzee Tony Anderson .. . Fred Shanklin Sadie Buchanan ..... .... R nth Lucas Francis Patrick O'Flaherty . .. Russell Corbett "Trip" Busty . .. ..... . Edward Esra 1 E- QQ -vena Q. k in-if Q Yxuwg Q. ii, Q it ' E' " " ' s E , F ig, Y 1 --5 E ' i s ' - jk - DES SERT? 2 z ltgigiinx L Ivasgayil 4 - ' 'WAQRJE-'Him lsEls:2Ega?,:Q,.- 1. -.. H... an - 4 -man--En..g-I-fl an wary WQRELEEHI Yun:-R A Qtiamgm I 321 I ml " llll-lufzllll W fi lu WQEUQH in T H' rms 1 , Q51 i-if!! , E , e It Hr, I- iguu lp igigillll-'Q Q TK: - --Ll -..-I LQ' :Q-ills uy fig EEK-III l 542'-E. . :HE-sl. F 'uf ui I is I 'R :JF I' :E- -I - 1 im' I 'Jigga 'IU E u Em 1 IIIQQ 'Iliff-lTUu,? lan lf!-Il ' ' ' lg' I gy- I im nn lcll nn H ilu 4 " ' W., v i ii i .. 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A red-haired bandit and naughty rogue Who shocked the country was Oliver Pogueg He had shot some men who invaded his cellar- One of them being Emerson Keller. At the head of the firm of Kohler X Kohler Was the worthy man, Allen Mohler. Two cooks, who were famed for their heavenly hash, Were Florence J. and Pauline Maishg ,. , .. .., .. , Y .I . I 'mfs . 6' '-Elma ' Simi , " " aa . 6' i s 5917 , ar.: gsm 9 ' . 9 m sg ., Wi . 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SP5-: 'EE ,..ns411TlZ ,,, L., They had set up a store on the shores of Lake Erie, And had as their waitress, Nan McCreary, VVho had just been divorced from "the Village Thriller", The dashing adventurous Herbert Miller. The book of the month, exceeding the rest, VVas Al F,wing's novel, "Father Knows Best." lt was thought Herbert Hollis was in jail, But he had been ten years in Yaleg His professor was acclaimed a second Shelley, VVho was none other than Robert Kelley. His wife, a wizard on the harp. XYas the famous beauty, Mildred Sharp. Regina Ruth Campbell and Grace Ii. limmens XYere manufacturers of seedless lemons. Gladys H. and Emma Jane Howe Had written the book, "Do It Now." The policemen. Qtterman and Russell Corbett. Followed the straight and narrow orbit, By reading the story of vigar and phlegm, XVhich was Cross' book, "How I Lynch Them." Before me appeared Harold Kimble, the nimble, VVho just invented the ufingerless thimble". I now behold two players of pranks, VVho were the ever-devoted Shanksg The one so Frank, the other so Ruthless, Thought their life had been most uselessg "But not so" was the cry that was uttered by all, For Frank had endowed the Boy Scouts' hall. VYilliamson, who invented the purple derby, Once played the lead in "Cameo Kirby"g He now was a prof. in Electoral College, And claimed F. H. S. the source of his knowledge. Lula Schenck and Genevieve Schultz X'Vere founders of religious cults. Robison, Carter and XValter Moore VVere farmers on the South Sea shore. Paul Cornelison ran round the globe ln search of a Brownie so gay and bold, The greatest philosopher of the day XYas Victor Fuller, of powerful sway. - ' Q +-ui: ,N-rv .. ..,. ,W , i Ei. 1 Q I 55.5 QQ iufivs Q -nv1lg,. QQ lu.,-i - Q . - sy-5, ' ... HRQT U J i Q M ass' Q gif' -,E .1 1 ,.A- is - , gm.- -,f Exim., , v- U, , 4 .1 . sigew N ...eugf W 5 , if - . - Q 5. wx c - ... yu, .gf fig Q p lr nz? " 'QR :IT ' T ' -, ' ' mag. 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EIlmmEl i'J ' U QU "T"i"'Q'Q - 1 C renin:-1luiLna1Qf!L'!f,!!, MEI if " 'U:""- 9 0 -'lux u G l Il l u ... H: ll l':Hl I -: " E : ' fE-- - - - S - fllifllllgllf- : 2 V l-EHIEHIEUII H'IrEWl :sTvE I A piano mover of great repute Was Eddie Esra, a heartless brute. The sturdy men, Smith, Moore and Sheets, Lived their lives without any eats. Binkley and Chalfant resided on Mars, Where they tell the time by the light of the The Maurices, Seaman and Johnson, Vlfere hailed afar as crafty bondsmen. Chloie Clendenning and Margaret Vincent Were two maids so shy and innocent, Who in their life had had much luck- Now being the owners of Sears-Roebuck. Bledsoe had typed her way to the top, And now was a lady traffic cop. A great acrobat was Opal NValters, Of whom it was said: "She never falters. vu Witsman, Hall, Thomas and Thacker Starred in the play, "The Animal Cracker. LeRoy A. Elsea and Milton Erdel V VVere champion leapers of the hurdle. Arlington'Bowman and sister. Elaine, Vlfere growers of sweet sugar cane. stars. ,, Catherine Barton, a pilot, to Ireland had flown, And there she established her future home. By slashing and cutting his way to fame Ray Jacobs had made for himself a nameg He had captured many a fair lady's heart, And was crowned the king of tonsorial art. Catherine Martin, who wrote on the "News", Composed a song called "Bradley Blues". M. A. Betts was dancing through life To the tune of the accordian, drum and fife , Till one day a forester came along, And then she changed the tune of her song. Elizabeth Kimble, once a grower of olives. VVas now glorified in Ziegfield Follies. The latest hit on old Broadway VVas Etta, now called Violet Rayg She had as her manager, LeRoy Guin, Who taught chorus girls how to hum. 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She ruled the land of a crazy tribe VVith her husband chieftain, Adrian Geib. Swinford and Templin, the maids so coy. Lived in the harem of Eldon Noe. Villars, VVard and Eleanor Lane Had founded a home for the insaneg Its inmates were people quite crazy- One of them being E. 'XYayne Swayzee. Another was E. Shaffer, grown ten feet taller, VVho thought he was a great hog-caller. Ruth Louise Lucas, the most insane, Thought she was chased by a great Dane. H. Johnson, Holst, Parsons and Tade Imagined they were the Ladies' Aid. Thornton, Lewis, Bond and Ferrell Appeared in the talkie, "Love and Its Peril." The orator of the day, Yera Geise, VVas famed for her speech, "VVhy Life Is Spicy.' Elberta Robertson thought it her lot To choose as her husband Frank NYainscott. Ed-Y-the Mae Pickett, a maid of the thicket Had become the world champion player of cricket. Gladys Marie and Maurice E. King Vllere booked months ahead for their Highland Fling. Esther E. 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VVilbur Chenault, a man of no fault, By infusing tobacco with poison salt, 1 Had of its sale made quit a halt. Martha Johnston and Betty Q'Rear St-still thell thee thells by the p-pier. A Student Princess, who had a strong 'Will, And kept the class average from being nil, VVas julia Daugherty, whom we Hurd had Of bringing in the most coveted Jack. After seeing the events that were wrought I was duly inspired to the following rhyme "Classes come and classes go Through summer's heat and winter's snowg But best of all, both clean and dirty, VVas our dear old class of l93O." the k-nack by time .1 ..,. ..,- ,. , -1 . 214 ' 171111- 67 qw, 0 'gW,,, ! 67 H im I nr -'21 Nrim, ' 1521 11 1 1111551 11 53 J, k 21111515731 gf',f1111:, m Y "fv11:F ""--.,, 50111 lg? :Hrs -. 111115 1-15' 1 - 'WE 21 ' 12, 1' 1- M g. , 'r 11. , 1 f.. ,,- - I: 1111 - 11 ? 11 .1 QW-, 25111 . 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' 4- I I H I U' fl I' -' ' ls 'E ,- sassaafaeseaew' - aes-fats.-.Eire : fa-arse!-Q-W - .arf SENIOR CLASS WILL IVe, the Class of '50, of Frankfort High School, being of enterprising nature and generous impulse, of sound minds and sounder bodies. do hereby submit our last will and testament. Item: XYe do hereby bequeath to the -Iuuior Class our place in the sun. Item: XVe leave to the Sophomore Class our dances and dates. Item: XVe bequeath to the Evergreen Freshman Class our love of study and our immunity to the paper-wad tossing malady. Item: IVe leave to Ieane McCorkle that half credit she needed for grad- uation-may she cherish it dearly. Item: VVe bequeath to the future clubs of F. H. S. our tickets and good salesmanship. Ite1n: IVe bestow upon any rash young swain the privilege of accom- panying his lady-crush to convocation. Item: IVe must remember those who have guided us through the perils of adolescenceg so we bequeath to Haven McClure a nice shiny new joke. To Miss Hattie Campbell the dogs that stroll serenely through the assembly and halls. E To Mr. Pitkin a bottle of polish for the new and much loved Pontiac. To Buck Rohrabaugh that "old fighting spirit". To Miss Stair the quietude of the locker-room. To Ralph Burroughs our powder and to Evelyn Ayler our paint. To Miss Knox, Miss Hinman, and Mr. XVoods our remarkable English. XYe earnestly hope for their sakes that some day a class as promising as ours will come along. To Miss Sanders a truck load of paper. May she use it to as good advantage with future classes. To Mr. Earle any inspiration he needs for his Hi-Y bovs. Individual Bequeathments 1. I. Joyce Hall, bequeath 1ny retiring and unassuming nature to Floyd Scircle. 2. I, Fred XYitsman, do bequeath my ability to jump tunnel puddles to 'Io Hodge. S 1 H5 Q9 , nan.. - 1-mn-un.-3 'N L 2 .Agn-s , .sf .. ., -LABS Q .wifi Fl Q. -wtf lk Q9 - ni 1' 2 :rr l n nr I: U, 'E' Sl' Q 1 .mai E' ' - 5 - ...F z 1 V . U sae.. .- use Q MZ u ef? 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Margaret Huff, Harold Hunsicker, Lucile Jaynes, Charles Johnston, Mary Kelley, Alice Kerns, Keith Landes, Francis Lane, Irene Larsh, Florence Lowery, Shirley Lucas. Franklin Lynch, Robert Marsh, Norman Miller, Margaret Mintus, XYilliam Mohr, Harold Myers, -lames McMurtrey, Marylee Neville. Genevieve Dt- termau, Thelma Painter, Reba Parker. Herman Peterson, Elaine Phillips, Homer Pickering, Herbert Price, Edgar Ray, Faith Reagan, Dorothy Riegle. Mary Robison, Robert Ryan, Erland Rothenberger, XYilliam Schlosser. Lloyd Sexton, Frances Shaffer. Harold Shuler, Dorothy Smiley. Sophia Smith, Edna Smith, Dorothy Somsel, Ralph Stewart, Verna Strange, John Stroup, Roy Surface. Donald Thatcher, George Thompson, Edwin XYayt, Thelma VanArsdell, Beulah VanTyle, Everett XYarren, Norman XYess, Leland XYhite, Evelyn lVeideman, Lowell XYilhelm, Donald lVitsman. .T--in Q ,gg .1 ,af t. K . , m Q . ui QQ in, QQ Hun Q. itll-in Q --an un U 2 XL R?-F K -i KY. , i 1 . uni if ui 7 -if-:W 'a' LT?-32' .. 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Eugene Boys, Elta Cain, Bernadine Campbell, Elizabeth Campbell, 'Iames Catron, Dorothy Cave, Nellie Corns, Charles Coy, Mildred Crose. Lester Cummings, Donald Dawson, Mabel Dean. Sarah Devol, Louise Downer, Margaret Duncan, Carolyn DuVall, Louise Eaton, -lack Finney, Pauleta Gough, George Hammersley, Bergen Hard- estv, .lean Harker. Raymond Harmon, Leo Hendricks. John Hengst, Joe Hodge, Elsie Hollis, Howard Holmes, Robert Hauser. Mae Howe, Benson Hufford, Robert Hutt, Robert Inman, Marie Iacobs, Beryl Jenkins. Fremont Jenkins. Basil Johnson, Gertrude Johnson, Thelma Johnson, Mildred Kaser, IIarold Kindry. Lucile King, Sarah K.ng, Robert Kirkpatrick. lYilliam Kershaw. Vkiilliam Kreisher, Mary ,lane Lee, Helen Leibensperger. Charles Lenon, Annabelle Lipp, Marjorie Lipp, Earl Meneely, Robert Mer- rill, Isaac Michael, Georgia Moore, 'Ioe Moudy, Aliene Myers, Mary E. Myers. Betty jean McCarty, Ilelen McConnell. Bea- Audra McQuern, Albert Nichols, Edward Pang. 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Jim' R x O LA ' WES WSW,-9 n 4 ki, I l W i f X KH xf ,l ay E7 - A' ? X V fig? xr :QM rf4:'V:f" X KW Z- f XMF2 ' 'I fl!! f' N 9 ,4 10,1 X, w ' 4 ff 59 Ez--x S J Egan f' X ig Qf I if Nwfffinf ,ss - ' ' 2 g m w H ff L U ' if X X yx xr' " L. :MIX 1lIl:l N-I .U gg ' . - f ' ATE In f I " - -' , - lilll ' ' -nz -1 Jig? : y, lun2EgyinTl1ea A EIT! 25 Qi I , fqgligaljiigz am' -1-rlllldmiuigrwi' gm up . uv' - "5U!mlLHlli-7' '- K E s ug Euuiuusuu5u1F-.allllgllnzln-:ul .Gr f s - 1 S. - E 5 - Au -' - 2 :lla S ll: ---I --- fl President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer .. Corresponding Secretary . .. Esther Goar .. Ruth VValker . Audra Hamilton . Grace Ernmens .. Emma Jane Howe - ms- Q. mmf ,MMV 3, ...N . at i Y -657 5 .r,Efi!?' ' 515.22 9' . ' Q V. . xguni .1 WEN. aww. Magi? . U 5 uno Z . 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"' 'T"- 's:l:5:aG': ":1'-l:l ini . 9 0 1 1 sm, I 1:.n11-rE1mi 1lI1 u1 u1 hh !lli'fm'wlilgljmTQ'fril"l:."" Z nm-dllfilua-fniuivflil-1121111 1. lag? SUNSHINE SOCIETY The Sunshine Society was established in Frankfort High School in 1911 for the purpose of aiding in charitable undertakings and promoting good will among girl students. The only requirement for membership is payment of dues and willingness to co-operate in any work attempted by the society. The officers, elected shortly before the close of school last May, assumed their offices in September. Esther Goar acted as president, Ruth XValker as vice-president, Grace Emmens as treasurer, Audra Hamilton as secretary and Emma Jane Howe as corresponding secretary. A "Get-Acquaintedn party was held September 25, in Central Building. After the new members had been introduced to the old, a playlet, "The Gathering of the Nuts," was given by some of the members. Before Christmas vacation the society sponsored a program given in con- vocation. An appropriate Christmas gift was awarded each. worthy peda- gogue in appreciation of his unfailing loyalty to the school and society. Also throughout the year the girls sold candy, Eskimo Pies and mints at all the basketball games and at the sectional and regional tournaments. This. of course, helped swell the Sunshine treasury, enliven the rooters, and ap- pease the appetites of the followers of the game. Then the society sent delegates to the annual State Sunshine Convention which was held this year at Tipton. After their return the delegates gave a report of their trip, which contained both news and greetings from other societies over the state and helpful suggestions for making our society even better next year. Treasurer's Summary for the Year 1929-1930: Balance brought forward from last year ............. 3350.77 Total deposits this year ............... .. 820.57 31,171.34 Running Expenses .. 535-17 3636.17 Given to Charity .. 389-31 Balance April 1, 1930 .. ...S246-36 , ,, r., - , , .. ' 5 .. r ir 'ms , Y sms ' 0' "URL 1- 6 -7111. 1 asm, Q -Q. Q .- MEM. .1 .1-...,, , "um -,, s sw - . 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This year. the paper closed its bookkeeping with a handsome profit. The annual High Life Prize of fifty dollars for the Senior graduated with the highest four years' scholarship average will be offered and a small increment will probably be made to the High Life scholarship fund already on deposit and drawing interest. Departing from precedent, a thing rendered imperative by changing busi- ness condition, the paper published but twelve issues from November to April inclusive. The Latin Club again successfully conducted the subscrip- tion campaign. Chiefly, however, the success of the paper was due to the work of Julia Daugherty, Frank and Fred Shanklin as advertising solicitors. Fred Shank- lin was business manager, and Catherine Barton made a very capable editor- in-chief. There were two hard-working sport editors, Jack Hurd and Dick Bergen, and two excellent joke editors, James O'Rear and Franklin Isgrigg. Catherine Martin and W'ilma Thompson were society editors. Dorothea Harmon rendered yeoman's service as exchange editor and emergency staff- writer, as did the various organizations reporters for 1929-30. '51 9 1-an mmf a 5 ima: me "3 ' mei "L u '-mi Jug- im: 2 ui ' a img H in a H F 4? Y- Em 1:-'Pa7 .E - f so , ,ge n Q O ...rar ,- uni ly ' f ,, ? K .Ill i. 1 IF-.A , it im.. - Im! 5-ifusugar 2' Tina ...qi-i-Eire. ,, 1 ...gwei---all - ., .ii , .. .gi - .ni ,,, ..- L 1 1331211 X ,5nE'u,.- . . ..un - miamiiivi 1, 'ileg-nie ues: I u z ms Y Q is , g , , - Q we .. I 15: -.an ' - QUT 1- 0729?-f . ignite . - - :ni a , 2 .rf Z f' E me 1- :,,,.. " 1..gm.:- -rim.:-2 Illini' if A - uf-I E' Evil" , .1 --'fruif ..- au.. B' Ki mi. ' "- , i 'Ei' , -3 E E . .- :rr T , ,Q "miie, i gjfi, , mai ma , 2 mt? I ,miie ' ,f E. ' , .mi -H- - sqm , 'LUm.'2'51i:-'mst mart-v+LimEl'LqQ.a .- rg lingo-sw ns , me 1 T -:miami-is 'wa it i.-.21-vi: Yi.. CLQ, 2 warm. - 5 we '32 ...2 . ...,...aW:imeL ' X2 E K ,pit 'KE "' . 2'R'3:-uni' ""'1'-buf? Za! "' llgl 525, , ,,,"' I an T- 'Fall ii, if RI Kms - ' F5ngg2Q,i. ,mg - . , i ii nu? in xg :E E' img- , mi un K New C, - E ... ,. .v E 4 1 . . - im- 1 A ii. .. it 1 i.. v..-3'-tv Ru" . Sami f .r..lsiii.Eii.-elif? " ' QR. ' ' --- 1 H U" 'mal' ,,,, X159 .Lilly E335:m"5 msg l rn Vi, Tm!! , n tlll-Iu'llll ' I mug: E sw9wS" ' 'fl' 1 gn l P4 lm ,..,. asm..- '3':'Q"2"5'Q'3fLlE'e- Q1 .M Q s'-T21 E' - g?QEl wElgi g-E - F " g:'gE'g,u'- lsgeifk. - '-ii -- J H- I 1-:. : L 2,2 :gi-Que: :Ej!:l1fi'5L: A ' TSW L mea'srl'Qf 53 EA, DBO 'st-F1930 -vi . :. : ., ' - - -' ,',. - - E :lllanuinni HE : , E I: ' '-: - '- l" igilli I l ii i u ' 1 lslli lllljll lglmml im C ' L 3 ' . fi TOP ROXV-XVil1iarn Rothenbergor, Eldon Noe, Charles Sheets, Richard Nieewander, Richard Bergen, Frederick Frankenfield. BOTTOM ROXVhA1'thur Rogers, Maurice King. Louis Miller. THE BOOSTERS' CLUB The Boosters' Club is the representative of the student body of Frankfort High School. lt is composed of five Seniors and four Juniors. The members are elected by the teachers and llliss Howard. The Boosters' Club takes charge of pep meetings and other affairs that are necessary in the every- day run of school life. lt aids the faculty in any way possible and supports the High School activities. The Boosters' Club each year presents the ath- letic medal and in connection with "High Life" presents the plates each year for the "Honor Roll". The members and officers for the past year were: Seniors, Maurice King, President, XVilliam Rothenberger, Vice President, Eldon Noe. Secretary, Frederick Frankenfield, Treasurerg Charles Sheets. Juniors, Dick Bergen, Louis Miller, Dick Nicewander and Arthur Rogers. ,, M, .i-., --, ,I , A , , 7 'Ewa O' 1 glifw- 0 'q7lb7 f 'y WW- 1 " ' -ug T - n,, 1 N 1 u ex 5, K .Q -- , 5 -,V 'Wang . EF U'-:in . 551, - .4 ' ugeyfslii ' -.ylllal n s . m..F,,,, C jlsmf 1 Q in, 3,1 M vwfg -., 'fungi' . ,- Wg :V s.,A mis 'V-. -If H , 15.9 :I 11,111 -'E --., sr , 7: ri, , i' 1, 1 V I . Qi- f Ami fm. 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' - If 7 K ' HTH' r U 'IH s 'S -- s es n Sly sun ff B, 1 uf 'irifffui H T " "E "" 4 ul :mem 1 H53 "1-J renewal of friendships of the many former ,. . - , I I in - 'll - 5 - ' alum in um-1U , : W ""'!' ,.,, igunsinisiuisil - -Leung -1- ' - : u fiuisiiifiiiiiiule - - -, -. 5,-1!1l5lM 2 : -ft Elm- lll"5ilil?1lll'imlSlllI:1 : - XT 5 - u-Msllglitgz ' . , 4 ' l'w"llllElnlElnl'l5'nn li ' ' .lL Lil' ' ' ' - , S . i l'i"gF" R It I mr H m nu L . N Q!! T :llll 'J 9" I I 5 un ll Lid 'H - :E :ie z- : : -5-1 -:-:I ll s wzeleafazawa-H -..ae ma TOP RONV-Fred Shanklin, Louis Miller, Mi: Phapinan, Frank Shanklin, Richard Bergen, FOURTH ROXV-liicliard Nir-1-wander, llonald Gougrli, Phillip Good, Perry Merchant, Frederick Frankt-nfif-ld. THIRD ROXV-BI:u1rii'e King, Carl Fulnf-1-ky, Artliur Rogers, Cliarles She:-ts. Dale Thomas. SECOND ROXV-Eldon Noe, .lack Ross, NX'illiam tvtirts. BOTTOM ROXV-NVilliam Drittain, XYillium Iiotlwitlwi-l'ge1', Jack Hurd, John XVeymer, Richard Heavilun. FORUM This club. created to develop more fully speakers' program of reminiscences and the abilities necessary for active life in this age of business and luncheon clubs, serves this ever-growing need of high school boys. Along with its sister club. the lYebster- ian. it has made the debate season one of the most successful in the history of Frank- fort High School. It is the earliest teacher of parliamentary procedure, and the enthu- siastic follower of political. economic and scientific issues, but its chief purpose is to develop the speach ability of its members. The annual Forum Homecoming Ban- quet which is the only high school function that joins former graduates with present members of an organization. was held Christmas Day at the Coulter Hotel. .lack Hurd, the toastmaster. had arranged a graduzites. Through the work and interest of the critic, Mr. Chapman, and its presi- ilents, Louis Miller and Richard Bergen, the club has also been able to bring to Frank- fort a debate between Purdue University and Southwestern L'niversity, of California. In view of the spirit enthusiasm, response and accomplishment of the club Frankfort High School sincerely appreciate the in- terest and efforts of C. E. Chapman. Officers: First semester-Louis Miller and Jack Hurd. Presidents: Jack Hurd and Carl Fulnecky, Yice-Presidents: Bob Cross, Secretary. Second semester-Richard Ber- gen. President: John XYeymer, Vice- Presidentg Olen XYilliamson. Secretary. Kuff? tual inn 'J H32 A65 is ,H E" .,-va fa ART ,. ?g ,,vVT?,?e.. in-il 1 zi- ila, ws?-ll ?'Ug E -- 'T3'1l3?fi?.?i"'1 e' 2 F ? 2, .-- 5 1 "'-51-ii uit ui I g ,'-5,12 1, ...qi , E' ag- wg re E 455 H,-Khin 5.3: if 'Hi 'arte-72 - 2 , 227 T evsnsi.-5 . 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FIRST ROXY-Frank Shanklin, Lula Sehenek, Robert Cross, Richard Heavilon, XVilliam Curts, Jack Hurd, Maurice King, Fred Shanklin. WEBSTERIAN CLUB lVebsterian Club is the co-educational more active this year in sponsoring a speaking and literary organization of the high school. Its purpose is to foster public speaking, drama, literature and parlia- mentary procedure by having its members take part in the varied programs. The suc- cess of the club in this purpose is shown by its fine representation in the various speaking contests, and by the limiting of the membership, necessitated by the club's popularity. The club has been very active this year in having many interesting programs, in- cluding tivo plays. "If Men Played Cards as 'XVomen Do" and "Suppressed Desires." both of which. have been very successfully directed by James O'Rear, chairman of the Program Committee. It has also been series of high school debates and one college debate. The club is extra curricu- lar rather than social and has but one party or picnic .each year. All the programs given in XVC'l1SICfi8l1 are judged by the critic, Mr. Chapman, who makes constructive criticism in order to help the members profit by their mistakes. The officers for the first semester were: President. Bob Cross: Vice-President. Louis Miller: Secretary-Treasurer. Doro- thy Smithg High Life Reporter. Florence Slaele. Second semester: President. Frank Shaukling Vice-President, Dick Ber- geng Seeretary-Treasurer, XVaneta Kirby: High Life Reporter, Dorothy Smith. ,. .. .sf Q- -m :, A V r "ms . 'P ' swf . 'P 'slirw " li'a's . 'V L . s rea 9 O sf ' 9 'swsm .., V inns .. . nm -u f I 1 Nffsyi 21,2225 'f I y sf --N Iv nu gn ig7:,, w.,, M 1., -5,51 I, Y 15 we a, gs, . ,E , .L In 7' 1 s vi, I at ' - V -5 , . G .. - - 1 'E WI 1 :Emi , H- HI :i fm -'I E .sigh s . - ,,jg,i'iEg - . ffitgfmkws if , , A .s F 3 f., E - -. eff 1 -: -HH' 'r- - :, QU. ,. mrjgiu.2HQuTT" . 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L1-59 Maurice King, James MeMurt1'ey Richard Bergen, Mr. Chapman, Coach. XVayne Swayzee AFFIRMATIVE Once again, for the fourth time in six years, F. H. S. won the annual triangular debate with Lebanon and Crawfordsvflle. The subject this year was: "Resolved, that the State of Indiana should adopt, by law. the principle of Old Age Pensions." To start the season the affirmative lost to the more experienced Elwood negative. while our negative defeated Elwood's af- firmative. This defeat set them to work. and they pointed for the seasons most im- portant debate. the triangular. defeating the polished Crawfordsville team. The triangular having been won, the coach and the debaters felt that their major aim had been accomplished, but soon eag- erness was revived by the State Debate League contest. There were eight schools entered in this district. In the very first debate, the affirmative was greatly sur- prised by the strength of the Flora negative DEBATE TEAM team and lost the decision. However, they redeemed themselves by defeating VV'indfall and Delphi to complete the district contest with Frankfort in a three-way tie with Flora and Lebanon. Then, in debating off the tie they lost to the Lebanon negative. The alternate.Jan1es McMurtrey. replaced by Richard Heavilon in the Elwood debatc. served his team capably. taking the first speaking position in the Flora debate. He has two more years in debate and is an ex- cellent prospect. The first speaker, Maurice King although it was his first year on the team, accredited himself well. He is lost by graduation. The other senior on the team was the second speaker, VVayne Swayzee, who has served well for two years. Richard Bergen, captain and third speaker performed remarkably well, remainng calm and serene at all times. He will be one of the mainstays next year. AS G? 6 I NSW' Q . TWT-7' 5 ,WSW nwaui Q 1 ne ' - S 2. -1, a E, 2 . -.ti 4 l 'il"'? f ureiiuaw 1 'Ei-2 . .. aims! 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YE M1259 iw "' L l :Wim , X Img? .. 3 wa TQQRQE 'IEEMEE is lg nuadlii SE, 11 ' nu!-nnnxm - '15-gnu .- MET Eli-it ieuuii ' naming' Siam - g,f,S'5" ii imiii- ' in 1 in un- i 4 4 nu 3 -lui ,W 2' 'V E ll 4 5 AH "'?Jliu q1TggJun"ilTE 1 1lll!llll A l Xia WHEN A NEGATIVE DEBATE TEAM , 1-Ja'-Ig,-L l :ma 5 -.I - vb' fm un 5 qugq-wsu 'H Q if lm ' lIuil2 M : --- -l-'5'.f!l-if '--2 :,:H-- L-E-'s::':' '7 rbr ...- '-'Q'-'2' '!"'fll , Q .. :nf iam: : E ' ""n'Qd!nllfJam'1'mgut '2lTf-E H 3, I :gig -u. lu : 41: - U " ' " F - - I F-El: E- 'Hg11:' ':l:. lil , - L my-if - mlllgmL!'L li - I E C ls i:TIILIIl LlIilgiElQld lllI' 9 iF In . lLl II I llll UI , l. " -Flu rE lx u ul u lull- lll lslfll I : -S 3 ' I ll Frank Shanklin, Fred Shanklin Perry Merchant, Mr. Chapman, Coach, Louis Miller The F. H. S. negative team has a record this year that has never been surpassed in the history of Frankfort High School, win- ning six debates to no defeats. The team defeated Lebanon at Lebanon by a unani- mous decision in the triangular debate. After that important debate had been won the team defeated Lebanon the sec- ond time, then Crawfordsville, Thorntown and Flora fn the Indiana State Debate League. Frankfort was fortunate this year in hav- ing exceptionally well qualified judges, both in town and out, most of them being col- lege debate coaches. The team was high- ly complimented by three judges. Three experienced men and one new man com- posed the negative team. Perry Merchant, alternate, many times aided his team by his research and analysis of the opponents' case. He has one more year. Louis Miller very ably filled the first speaking position. This was his third year on the team, and he will be left for next year. Fred Shanklin, this year's captain. very capably filled the second position. This was Fred's third year at varsity de- bate also He will be lost by graduation. Frank Shankln, also a member of the team for three years. was third speaker. It was Frank's research and last word for his team that swung the decision in several debates. He also will be lost by graduation. The unusual record of this year's nega- tive team attests to the able coaching of C. E. Chapman, who has coached these three for three consecutive years. ,. .. Q, ., s , I .,,-A , P 'mfs . 'V sm- ' in , rp f, '- . 6' ' - -. wsu-, O -Eel . O O w ee ., ., ni . ,, fu sm, E , i 4 sun-, - -mf.. vt .H 1 surf S . sql" L weep I ,. wsgfe 2. T y' 'Q' t. sf fm. ii - " F 'Z 1 .- A 4 sn.. . ,. .. T, ' :'f WSI!! it -Q1 , A uv 1 f!'FW'5"'l :. 1'- mlUm""g2gm. : wfsms-MMF! -EEMQFW 1 V 'I M . ,wIL5gm11inF,in7?frf J ,,E3:liul1fm: J - Jningguikfwlnf ' nFg,sImg5n , :slum Eggifsggfff 0 mai gig . 9Qg.Z.1'ff , , ' ugflwf '," lu in - - un:-,. 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FIRST ROXV-Frank Shanklin, Herman Peterson, Karl Fulnecky, Richard Bergen, Louis Miller, Perry Merchant. HI-Y To promote the highest standards of Christian ideals-the Hi-Y. The club was organized in 1938 with Mr. Earle as critic, and it progressed rap- idly under his guidance. The Hi-Y sent representatives to the state and district conferences at Elkhart and Cutler and held one in Frankfortg this was attended by niem- bers of Hi-Y clubs located within a radius of forty miles of our town. Several programs were given before the student body during the past semester, but the crowning achievement sponsored by the Hi-Y was the second-hand book store. This was the first time any project of this nature was conducted in the high school, and the Hi-Y plans a better one next year. The officers for 1929-1930 were: President, Maurice Kingg Vice-Presi- dent, Perry Merchantg Secretary, Robert Crossg Treasurer, Frank Shanklin. The officers elected for 1930-1931 are: President, Cleon Lippg Vice-Presi- dent, Merrill Wlaltong Secretary, Richard Nicewanderg Treasurer, Ronald Goughg Reporter, Karl Fulnecky. - H" ' Q ,alluf fmvzi -- xv ' -N-ui W, , if-' 1' -EXE? it name QQ 5,352 no I H53 K Q . 1-un' ,ami a W ,. ' 1 -1-'Big . ,mrs E 1 -vm' 'Raimi' 1' new 2' maine? lllilguuf N1-,.lEFu . mel 'fibill' 1 ' -i--:UL 12.14-5 ,f - ami B' it ,,.sf .U ' -ev 4, ia M - - 2, ,U ,132 :N f - . 'N "mea fa! 22, mrgmil 1-,Slug W! 75152132 ,2!'lE5"?2ilei-L .3 NEB? 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'Pe- 'C' FIRST ROW-Pauline Maish, Eleanor Lane, Marguerite Templin, Opal VValte1's, Esther Goar, Catherine Barton. SECOND ROVV-Ruth Hayes, Mildred Thornton, Elaine Bowman, Emma Jane Howe, Margaret Vincent, Gladys Howe. THIRD ROXV-Arthur Rogers, Jack Ross, Eldon Noe, Ronald Gough, Paul Cornelison. FOURTH ROVV'-Mary Agnes Betts, Ruth XValker, Mr. XVilliam Pitkin, Jean Mcfforkle, Ruth Lucas, Leroy Elsea. THE HISTORY CLUB The History Club is composed of a group of students whose interest in social science extends beyond the classroom. The purpose of the club is the development of an appreciation of the cultural value of history study and the promotion of an active school spirit. Stuart Chase's recent book, "The Ma- chine Agef' has served as the basis for stimulating discussions throughout the semester. The officers for the year were: President, Opal lYaltersg Vice-President, Elaine Bowmang Secretary-Treasurer, Gladys lloweg High Life Reporter, Robert Thornpsong Sponsor, William A. Pitkin. 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THE FRENCH CLUB The French Club, which was organized in 1919, is an organization whose purpose is to promote interest in French life and customs, and to foster con- versation in the French language. This year, as an experiment, a point sys- tem, which was initiated, proved to he successful in its purpose. It helped to create greater interest among the members and to hiring about a steadier attendance. The officers were: President, -'Iulia Daughertyg Vice-President, Frances Inmang Second Vice-President, Margaret Vincentg Secretary-Treasurer, Catherine Bartong High Life Reporter, Esther Goar. 3 iQ Q. .vi QS?-99: 19 ima QQ ' :ses :L ' six U m 'E in i ' .Jig-y it K . Q i f- ,X ,. ..'s...2miE. ' 5 wal N 'mp an iuviuugi J in'-5111"-il Eiisiila img ii :Ti ,, - 3' -., tfiiufl' X 2 ..--in-aims!! 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FIFTH ROYV-Dorothy Rothenberger, Louise Crain, Ruth XValkor, Mariam Miller, Dorothy Smith, Virginia Fowler, XVilliam Martin, Lyman Boyle, Edwin XVayt. 1 CURIA LATINA Curia Latina, the Senior Latin Club, has been considered one of the most active organizations in school, and the members have been asked to help with nearly everything that has been done in school. The biggest accomplishment this year has been the editing of the "Latin Stude," a very snappy little paper which is edited each month. This is the first year a Latin paper has been edited in Frankfort High School, and the Whole school should feel justly proud of the Latin department for editing a paper which won second place in the National Contest for foreign language papers, sponsored by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The "Stude" has also received much praise from other noted schools and professors. The officers for the first semester were: First Tribune, Julia Daughertyg Second Tribune, Richard Carrg Scriba, Elizabeth Dornerg Quaestor. Dorothy Smith. Second Semester: First Tribune, Ruth Blinng Second Tribune, Waneta Kirbyg Scriba, Audra Hamilton, Quaestor, Martha Stine. F .,,,, 'rl 5. 0 Hs. DQ 'ami " N nn nn-. T v I: 1:1 x ::.- 19.5,-x Firyp x ,W E ,JE Hi- .. 1151213-11155 4:1g.E- 550 , ' - ...F 522161115 ? ' - 5' ... ,S ,- jigs- P 5.,,, na ra'5f1I? XESIEI111 A E53 5. ' ,, Fig- ' li'-111:11 L ' sE:s.. . . f 'Vi ' HES!! ' - - "' '1 ug e 11 wage - -is-mg? ' e ,gl-gg... ,..g5g15'1. .. ' Msg ,,,, ,,,..,,,, . , ?,,Egu,,,,, Y11,,,111,,g rg F , ,f..-....E.... 11. L - Y 1 .11 1 ... ... 1:11. - fn" 9 1 1" f p 11 . '-1 mil, . 67 Emil? ' .swugw . 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H r.ii i 1 2 ii .1 - i TOP ROXV-Phyllis Hollis, Virginia Smith, Marguerite Eubank, Mary Louise Gaskill, Jean MeCorkle, Dorothy Donoho, Margaret Roberts. FOURTH ROWVvLouise Crain, Rosalie Stinson, Betty O'Hear, Julia Daugherty, Esther Goar, Irma Biggs. THIRD ROVV-Frances Inman, Margaret Maxwell, Gladys King, Miss Nixon, Ruth Blinn, Marguerite Templin. SECOND ROXV-Mariam Miller, Dorothy Smith, Martha Stine, Emma Jane Howe, NVaneta Kirby, Louise Powell, Eleanor Lane. BOTTOM ROVV-Catherine Barton, Dorothy Harmon, Opal XValters, Della Livesey, Florence Slagle, Zuanette Campbell. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Much interesting and successful work has been accomplished by the Girls, Glee Club this year. Probably the most outstanding feaure of the year was the operetta, "The Belle of Bagdadu, given by both the Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs. As usual, the girls sang for Colnniencenient. 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Marguerite Templin In 1919, the Junior lhatinee Musicale was organized to further the inter- est of high school girls in music. The same year the club joined the State Federation of Music Clubs. In 1925 the club voted to adopt the name of the Staccato Club and has been known by that name since. This year the programs which have been given bi-monthly have con- sisted of musical programs and reports given by the twenty-five members. The main social event of the year was a dance given at the Country Club, which was very successful. ,. .in i. F ,KV ..., . J 1 ' img? Q' , iiilw' QB gaflii ' QQ miT,f2 - Q 4123" Q ig 1 ge ' --'-.V , ui, im .- gg- - l- - V , rggiaunfl may Eu.. K - 551 Q ME.-im W? . ,hp iiiimvi ,msiiup fl i-i,:g,,,,?, ima Y If miiui , ' me -:lu-:I I " , - ,.: ' emi ,.-I xi: 5' ii ,nf "' in "'f 1 '? Q A-" . J H... : , Y ,X "mae, - 232, i w? . W2- -A - 5 ull? '- 4 N157 '- ,.f : ' : nu-'E I "' lm'llll' .: ' 4 im uuiggvbl! Zi .Wi l"'5'l,25'iTi-ev fn iiiiiuixii -" H! 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The state is divided into 21 districts, and each school in the state is entitled to representation in one of these. This year the district contest was held at Lafayette, April 12. Frankfort was represented hy three teams, Beginning Shorthand, Amateur "A" Type writing and Novice "A" Typewriting. Frankfort, as a rule, wins honors in typewriting at the state, and 1930 was no exception. But this year one more honor was, added. namely, short hand. For the first time a Frankfort Shorthand team won first place in the state. This team was composed of Eleanor Lane, Leon Lewis and Gladys Howe Besides winning the shorthand shield Frankfort also won a half interest in the shorthand silver loving cup. Peru and Frankfort tied for points in short hand, Peru winning first place in advanced and Frankfort winning first in beginning shorthand, making a tie so far as points are concerned. At the , IIa. AI. f Z? I- ml.. I ' Es "' I 1 ' ,Ima ' 1 . al" . I niun' ' ' ,I:IEE"" ," . - 125.2 . 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Richard Bergeng second place, Fred Shanklin. At the state contest the team placed third. 1 Frankfort high school placed second in the state in total points made in all events. Mishawaka placed first with 21 points, entitling them to the gov- ernor's cupg Frankfort placed second with 20 points. Considering the fact that Frankfort had only three teams entered as against lXIishawaka's five. and that there were approximately 150 schools entered in the state meet, the showing made by the local school was remarkably good. This is the first time that Frankfort has ever come so near winning the governor's cup due to the fact that Frankfort high school cannot enter as many events as the larger schools. 1 The state commercial contest is always held at Muncie, Indiana. at the Ball State Teachers' College. That interest is increasing is evidenced by the close competition which was a special feature of this year's contest. 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X 6 - 4 WELLIIIPP Lou CHENY ' Qu-gf ? sj':5a2.gg:j.:.L ' ' BIG FOUR . f fum u 5 - , -. X n. - ' - mr Q: , 'T' 1 I .. .,.V... . , , . 11. . Z Q cl ,S-32 .1 Y HORSES 1 S or A Kms . 1. , lg, 6'--,. v ' H3159 B'-as - if 2. . 1 '- ' f 44' ' X f . 1 " ' ....- 4 .. x - 4- 1-pk' Qjq, 1 1 :fs-. '5' 1 af- ' " ' '- fr" Q. ,-., inf-H..-. . . ,,, ...W . , ,., .. Q - . ',?XVg'ns- Qhfam- ::?L','q.!SN'-if ff l JOYCE TOGETHER 115' ' Fnmus J T' , Q asm- 1 ...iff 1 5 - e' ..,'-,, 1 .--..mf six- . - - mama. V 9 - L 'ww ui. '.fg..?1-- , .H --gg? ,..- - .Rag-F . . 'H , .. H, 1, , X .. X 54 5 ..... ,W V Q .I - , .. E..-. .. 2: X. I ff .:-, 2" '-'E IKE i.. - ' : 1 HER... , ggi ....'E....:.1!f.X wi.-nH2?'L...Xg m L .. gm- aw ... ...E 3.i...i5n? ...nan S n2....iv1j,fL.a '1'S.m.gi.Hi...5..-. , -.egaunsgign w. Tgil'15B'E'RlE. - ...iw , -QRQLQE. '-Xgg,-gfggggge Q "' ...EHS EIL E - 5 m.'g-:lE2'E.Em" ' . ,n 1' '97-:U . 5 - .T :m fEnu2,' E ' .--- - "' . un U ...mg ul ml "E '5?.fi2.g.1 . 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' ,,, Y 24" - , - E' - angle ,g i-an - -T : - Ei : E - - I 1 i :-:, g :'- - , iiilgilgiillgliigmgi ll :- ali I I A Hgunguulgflr 'fi mini: Ju: E lI5Hilw5lIll3m'lll 5 fig ' I E I U.. 1 E , 7 L H EMEIEIUTI 1 ' 0 . - - I- - na "mi im ui mi im lllxllll . -:E ' ' I 55.1 i ul' i n i as - lm Eeaeaaliaeaeiieseeel - - ,se-.iiili s f ---- aisle' -'ai -sta ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT The Frankfort High School is indeed fortunate in its corps of coaches and its athletic plant. XYhile it has taken years to build this athletic depart- ment to its present condition, Frankfort can now boast that it has one of the best plants in the state, and a group of superior coaches. The Case Field has recently been completed and is one of the most mod- ern fields in the state, being equipped with a cinder running track, jumping pits, space for intra-mural football and baseball. It is the home of Frank- fort track teams, and this Fall will be used to develop future football stars. Night Football The local school is entering into the innovation of night football and work has been under progress during the past year on a new field east of the Riley school, including five acres of land, which will be one of the best ath- letic fields in the middle west. This tract of land has been graded and sodded. This Summer it will be fenced, bleachers will be erected and flood lights will be put into position so that all home football games next season will be played under the giant lights. ln the near future a- quarter-mile cinder running track will be constructed, and a baseball diamond included. It is possible that night baseball may also be played in Frankfort. lt is also being considered by local school officials to tear the old floor out of the Central gymnasium and install a dirt floor, so that it may be used for indoor football and track work during the inclement weather. Howard Hall, Frankfort's commodious gymnasium, is the home of the Fighting Fives, and all basketball, physical education and indoor work is in- cluded in this fine building. Locker rooms, showers and all facilities for the physical education and athletic work is included. The ward schools have gymnasiums where. our basketball players are developed and physical train- ing work is conducted. The athletic fields have been built and constructed out of receipts from the basketball games. so that athletics are self-supporting and have not cost our taxpayers one cent. NYith such a coaching staff we now have and the excellent facilities on hand, there no reason to be alarmed over the future of the Frankfort High School athletic teams. ,tg V' , Q agar! 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Ja-W-sr E' 1 -use -1 .mi im aim Q '12-EL -in 5 mis 'ma U-wa ii ----Elma L3 Y- ---- 4' - - fi .aiu in im .lLm.lA -ii-tqyiitz-at-:gi--. imzuu A .-no-qiuigiwg I--'11Llm1'L In - -F . m Q In I ml ,fn ll IILI II 'ILM ggi Q SIUJW Mwlfjf llhlmmrlilh' QU ig 'U' ,i"ls"'f1Lu1 ------ t-iu1n:0fifE-H'lt. at-. '2'-'2'-'er'fLf-a--- ..- ffmssmatstmsrg - - -lraiasalasrar swa 1 H 7.-:Q - -HE - - - I- Qr' rs- zqilill . - L " - Mgmt! L-- - - 1 Q1 .. 930 "1 facie In t it t H lg nu , 1, "" Everett N. Case ATHLETIC omscron BASKETBALL 1 'QF 39: John Redmon - FOOTBALL LINE COACH R. Rohrabouqh C. Dribble H EAD FOOTBALL COACH it TRACK Frankfort High School is fortunate in having one of the greatest coaching staffs in the middle west. Mr. Case is considered the outstanding basketball mentor in Ind ana. and is known throughout the country for his great Frankfort High School teams. He is an advocate of the delayed offense and is con- stantly developing new and startling varia- tions in basketball technique. The state champions from Frankfort in 1925 and 1929 were under Mr. Case'S direction. Raymond Rohrabaugh, former Franklin College star and all-state college center. developed the nucleus of a winning football team n F. H. S. last fall. Frankfort se- cured the services of Coach Rohrabaugh from Kirklin High School. where he has turned out state championship teams and many stars of the gridiron. He has in- stalled the football system in Frankfort and in a few years the Blue and XYhite will be leading contenders, Cliffcrd Pribble has instilled a new 'uter- est in track and during the past season developed one of the best dual squads in the state. He came to Frankfort High School from Marion where he was suc- cessful in turning out good track men. ln a few years. Frankfort should have some lads who will place high in any track meet. Mr. Pribble is a former XYabash College track star. john Redmcn, who acted as line coach in football and assstant track coach during the past year, was coach of all sports in Peru High School for several years and has been of inestimable value in helping to rc- instate football in the roster of Blue and VVhite sports once more. ' gi or gfknua 9 0' "Wiz , 6' J, HEM7 . gif s, ' rggjgg I' ' 955 11, ,I Wings : -. nifgwu C A align 1 L ,?!es.n7.1 in H SHI: NS T-:Lan S " .- ul E7 :T 7 " '!, "' ' li, " , - ,: ...i H-E gm' , I EQ : . rgfgi LW .gmfmu wp lf. .C - - - ' -S sn gs-2 1- ,- ,ar gf ni i A sggggfgg H' ,mgB.,,,gMs,,,, a.,.,g'5'g'5fgfL7-Q' mgggis -1,155 Suu ,fwsiysnit 5.5 ,? ,,t-awww? 5 r s 'ysm,5....E.f.,..,'r 'L-,.n!'Sw 323' 0 'Sun 1,-sy':-1-Sgr? O sys "US1uf"' J es: -we -5.5252 f "' f l'ntW,52ni. ' . ' " ',5'U5uu51 LiE,L"".Z.2 1 . usfigff r - ,mn mlllnuliu . mm ' , ? Eulisun , , uigpfg-Wa SQ' NH . 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"Hap" was a great leader for the Fighting Five, and his fine mental attitude will always be remembered. i FRED WITS MAN Fred has been one of the hardest fight- ers ever wearing a Blue and White uniform, and during his four years on the squad has missed only one practice. He is the only athlete to earn three letters in football, bas- ketball and track in the history of F. H. S., which is an outstanding honor. He will be a hard boy to replace. HERB HOLLIS "Herb" has developed into one of the best ball handlers and dribblers in the state. It was against Kokomo that he turned the tide against the Wildcats. He was a hard worker and faithful and loyal to F. H. S. during his four years on the squad. He was honored by receiving the Killmer Sports- manship Trophy. Hollis is a Senior and goes the way of the graduating men. DANE STROUP This was the first year for Stroup on the squad and he played in a great many Varsity games. In the first game at Muncie, Dane was one of the outstanding offensive men. He has all of the qualifications for a great player, and with the experience gained dur- ing the past season and enough determina- tion, should develop into a valuable player. Stroup is a Junior. BOB PRIMIVIER "Bob" was one of the flashiest players that Case ever turned out. He has been a. member of the Fighting Five for three years and during that time has been a consistent scorer, and was used in the Varsity games as a "pinch hitter." He will make a. worthy basketeer for any college. We are sorry to lose "Bob" this year. -1 'El 5' . :E-" ' 15 . ' - ' ' ali? 9 . L i" ' 1 A ---71 .- Q ggi... -4 Q . .U-aw Q .il-1, i ,air - A u ll-rl me - -.U .n new ' - mi, 1 ,N - H EY' J" 21.21 9' sau? -' "ii: .f ' 'R-1 S' ' i P: W in I, ' -"f 'A' is nw" A ' .-J 4 un Q I ,I i ' , ' ,, . . i :gf i 3-N - Hia. .. . miaw , , mia I pe -ia 4 mpg ml" ...ai ,i...a3a1guQei . .E me L ,, ,. amish. . 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ED SHAYER Ed, playing the floor guard position, has brought back memories of "Pete" Good dur- ing the past two years. He was honored and selected all-state guard during the recent state tourney, and will be back again next season in an effort to repeat. His long underhand shots were spectacular, and he tied for scoring honors in the state finals with Englehardt of Washington. He is determined that next season, Frankfort will again be the state champion. CHARLES LAWHEAD ' Charley, completing his third year as a regular on the Fighting Five, is one of the best offensive men in the state. He was handicapped, however, as Coach Case was forced to shift him to the center position and during the recent tournament, he did the jumping for the Blue and Vkfhite against superior height and weight. "Lindy" will be back to help the "Hotdogs" next season, and a great deal is expected from him. BILL McCAR'I'Y "Bill" has proven himself a worthy re- cruit for this year. 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Lallugnuiitnau -'1Tl'- I rn --Q:,l:E,m- red? 9 Q. maw.ateae?LEt?'l'II . - 5 ' at ,girl nr I - reassess- are . -- '- .-.ngt Qllllimg-Elirfitlllgmliilim A. 5:31352-3'J3t "5!'E'Efl5 : L!'g SFQZQTQTU ,..-is-Ilftli Ltr BASKETBALL Thom son looked best for the Lake City P The Frankfort Fighting Five played 5055- through one of the best seasons in history, winning the majority of their games from the leading hgh school quintets in the state. Faced with one of the most difficult schedules in the history of the school, the Blue and 'White set out and captured the North Central Conference title, won the sectional and regional tourneys, and de- feated Central of Fort XVayne and Ander- son in the state finals before bowing to Muncie in the semi-finals of the Butler fieldhouse classic. "One of the smartest high school basket- ball teams in the country" was the predic- tion of leading coaches and critics of this year's edition of the Fighting Five. It was a great team to follow in the footsteps of the 1929 state champions and with a giant center ava lable to control the ball from the tip there is no doubt but what the Casemen would have repeated another state title. Beat Rochester in Opener The Blue and kyllite cpened the season the early part of November with a -I7 to Sl victory over the strong Rochester outfit in Howard Hall, L'nroe and Lawhead were the high scorers for the Casemen. while Playing the part of state champions in every detail, the Fighting Flve invaded Muncie and do-wned the Bearcats, 44 to 26. in the new Magic City fieldhouse before a crowd of 0.000 fans. The defensive work of Shaver and the basket sniping of Stroup was outstanding. john Adams and his Vincennes Alices were next in line and went down in a hard- fought game before Case's reserve squad. 31 to 28. Holls and XVitsman pulled the locals out of the fire. Pyle. Vincennes center looked best for the down-state five. Football sweaters and lette1's were awarded the pigskin totters between halves of this game. Martinsville Falls Making it four straight wins, the Fight- ing Five went to Martinsville for a battle with ther ancient enemy. the Artesians. winning by a score of 32 to 27. "Red" Thompson led the great Frankfort attack. closely followed by Lawhead and Unroe. The Kokomo XYildcats entertained Case's outfit on December 5 in Haworth gym. Kokomo. in one of the best battles of the season, forced Frankfort during all of the ball game but "Red" Thompson and Hollis added new life to the locals, who managed to come home with the long end of a 40 to 32 count. ln the first defeat of the season the Anderson Indians were extremely accurate in Howard Hall and pulled away a great victory, So to 33. Morton of Richmond was the next vfc- tim, and using the reserves, Frankfort won from the XYayne county invaders. 30 to 18. Bob Primmer and "Studie" Locke were outstanding for Frankfort. One of the famous "stall" games was played in Howard Hall on the night of December 26. with the Fighting Five C0111- ing out ahead of Martinsville. 15 to 10. Gaining a 15 to 4 lead at half tme the locals elected to protect their lead. Playing another slow deliberate game at Lebanon the Blue and VVhite eked out a 23 to Z0 victory over the Old Gold and Itggjw' QQ . gut-f mmf .ue , . is -li Q .-- " .sterile Q' steel! 99 , sqm' 1 a A-Ealiiiln' ,:vtttE.'U' 1 tttgrgff 5 .quiz , -HL . 1 , t . it ---f uztmqlil '....te.m :I fm.:--ef lug - 1 y f mr: , 1 ms. it V "1.amv- wad f l n-3-H' A E ' - - .. H . -we , ,. a . 9 .x 4 ,,....s, -is t ,lt Hr ai, -mtevu :': .-.m ta , ,.1u,""e'2r is 1 that lag 2' ., Emir f Eli. alms 'NEHG-t 21. .,i!'GtEiil:iK-il'-Y g lll5E'i QW in-taut-at..ta-, 5 -an - xv: 'w S ,tts wt Asif- -.MEM t-its att.. ew EE 1 ,tm ....s ....a..-.erase 1 -una' s mx: M 2 1.tt. 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I -HI - .., - It :lll:lIl14llI,fflI'EUllEI :ME Black. Shaver saved the game by his accurate shooting and fine defensive play. Beat Bearcats, 41-34 Keeping up their great record of the early season, the Fighting Five outfought Muncie fn the return game for a 41 to 3-l win. The Bearcats led at the half, 20 to 16, but could not stem the second half tide of the Casemen. The Bearcats were led by Jack Mann, giant negro center. lnvading Gary for their all-important game with Horace Mann, the Frankfort lads won after a bitter battle, 18 to 16. Coming back on Friday night to Logans- port and backed by one thousand Frank- fort fans, Captain Unroe and his team- mates gave the Berries their worst defeat of the season, 22 to 11, in Berry Bowl. The next engagement was wlth Jefferson of La- fayette in the new Jeff gym. and the locals using the reserves, held the Bronchos to a ten-minute overtime game with the Jeff lads edging out a 41 to 38 win. Reproducing the final game of the 1929 state finals, Frankfort again showed their driving power by defeating Tech in their new gym at lnd anapolis, 25 to 21. Led by Primmer and Lawhead the locals won from the Marion Giants at the Grant county seat, 31 to 22. The Marion fans were loud in their praise of the Fighting Five. Determined to show that the close win at Lebanon was no comparison between the two teams. the Blue and XVhite swamped Lebanon in the return engagement at Howard Hall, 46 to 26. Playing one of their best games of the year, the locals downed Rochester at Rcchester, 51 to 17. but lost to Horace Mann of Gary the next night n the return encounter, 25 to 21. Elser was the big gun for the up-state team. Frankfort Wins Big Ten Frankfort clinched first honors in the Big Ten by winning from the Newcastle Tro- jans 29 to 27, in one of the most exciting battles of the year, The next night one hundred Frankfort fans journeyed to Co- lumbus to- see the Fighting Five drop a close overtime game to the Bull Dogs, 29 to 25, confdent that the best team lost. Kokomo came to Frankfort determined to win, but the locals turned back the 'XYilcl- cats for the second time, 38 to 36. Jeff of Lafayette also returned the game and after an additional ten-minute overtime the Blue and XVhite came out with the long end of the score, 34 to 31. Staging one of the greatest comebacks in their history, the Fighting Five dropped a close thriller to Anderson on the lndans' own court, 3-l to 33 to end the regular playing season. At cue time Anderson led 19 to 7, but great offensive work by Law- head and Shaver put the locals in the lead. which they lost in the last seconds of play. Sectional Tourney The Frankfort quintet won the sectional tourney for the tenth consecutive year by defeating Jefferson, Michigantown, Jackson Township and Colfax. ln the first game the Case-men had it rather easy, winn ng from jefferson, 36 to 9. Michigantown was doped to hold the locals to a close score. but Frankfort went on a scoring spree and won easily, 56 to 20. XYith Primmer lead- ing the attack, Frankfort swamped Jackson Township in the semi-finals, 71 to 12. ln the finals Colfax threatened for a short Y Hifiui F Hg I llll 151111114 Us u " S VN , 3 .L ... , or mf-si, rr 0' , " 'Q V - H If s 'fSm ' ' 'Ti frm-u p .s 5 V su ' 'Eels ,,-A ' , - s g I .- 'i " .eq :ls - A rn,-1.5 :figs 1 - Q e .4 H-lil' N - -1 ii J. f-- 2 Us E un 1 Q I TS4 - Q 5 e U i, ' - up em, . . "': 5 Zen' fini ,. . n..ilu,.u -- 1115441 , sims?" . 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XVith Plunkett and Heath as their star performers the Boone county lads gave the locals a great game. but lost in the last half, 39 to 20. jeffer- son of Lafayette defeated Otterbein in the other semi-final game and earned the right to meet Frankfort in the night game to de- cde the representative to the state finals. In one of the tightest defensive games of .he season Frankfort defeated jeff, 24 to 14. jeff trailed at the half, 9 to 6. The Blue and Xvhite held Jeff to two field markers during the game. State Tourney Handicapped by height at the Center position, the Casemen made a valiant fight for honors at the state finals, defeating Central of Fort XVayne, 31 to l9 in the first round, and downing Anderson in the second game, Z2 to 17. Anderson had de- feated the Casemen twfce during the sea- son by close margins. but were no match for the inspired Blue and XYhite Quintet in the morning game. Led by -lack Mann, the giant negro center, the Muncie Bear- cats won the semi-final game from Frank- fort. l8 to 14. The Casemen led at the half 7 to 3, and with four minutes to play. the score was tied at 14-14, but some well- timed shots by Davidson and Swift brought victory for the Bearcats. lt was the end of a wonderful season, and wfth Thomp- son, Stroup, Locke, McCarty, Lawhead and Shaver back next season F. H. S. should again be one of the leading contenders. Second Team One of the reasons for a good varsity team in basketball every season is the man- ner in which Coach Case develops the sec- ond team. "A good second team makes a good first team" is his motto, and during the past eight years the local reserves have lost few games and for a period of three years were undefeated. During the past year the local B team downed some of the best first teams in this section as well as the B teams of the larger schools. Perry Central, Munc e, Kokomo, Avon, Boswell, Lebanon, jeff of Lafayette, Marion were included among the victims. tiood Garrott, McCarty, Hough, XVal- ton, Aughe, Surface, Meneely and Miller were awarded the minor "F" awards by Coach Case. Some of the above boys will be hard to keep off the varsity team next season and they will be supplemented by Cook. Good Nance, Nichols, Behr, Lar- ick, XYoofington, Branigan, Catron, Mc- Call Milton and Aughe, who come from the Junior high school, 1 ww A- f .V .t Y, .V ... Q. 1 -ts l? 'B . ,Pa-W 19 5 ...Tp Q9 atm" ... , , . -Z Y.. N, J ,. gf, . , A.: legggfg. ttietemgii- ' , 45125 f- Q mal! ,mg O . ata? - - - "E - .i V 'M' - mf , Wa , 1 Nl-ti'?"' g Ng' -,xii ti WQLF- ,.: :ia-i ,,.f 1 gi s. ' ' .ti 9 .tt a t -2 -i 5, -I .tt we. F5-T, 1 Q - , H: - .. uuevl' -T -1: i mi mg-, ,gg 'sll"?Ei Ja gms! - WE? H -i lumix "W - U" 'WE' Eu? Qwzagittifiuil T , we 'WZ L , : missin-Euuii train- lf-,tgiamijlimi 5gmg,,,,ig,3y.tte mg ttgga-gm, ,...: ig-sn-.ig-al. 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Frankfort Martinsville .. .. . . Frankfort Kokomo . . . ........ State TOUTUGY Frankfort Anderson .............. Frankfort 31 Central CFL lvaynel - - Frankfort Morton cRiChmond, Frankfort ZZ Anderson ....,........ Frankfort Martinsville ............ Frankfort 14 Muncie -- --- Frankfort Lebanon ............... Frankfort Muncie ................ Frankfort Horace Mann tGaryj . . . Frankfort Logansport ............ Frankfort Technical tlndplsj ..... FRANKFORT B TEAM RECORD Frankfort Lebanon ............... Frankfort Mommol-Qnci .,.,.,, FI'at1lCfO1't llffarion ................ C Team ltlontmorengi 211415 , , Frankfort Rochester .,............ Frankfort Avon .......... Ff3nkf01't .ICHCYSOU fL21faYeY'fCl Frankfort Muncie . . .. Frankfort Kokomo ............... Frankfort Logansport .... Frankfort Newcastle ... ..... Frankfort Perry Central .. Frankfort Columbus ........,..... Frankfort Muncie ...... Frankfort Jefferson tLafayetteJ Frankfort Lebanon .... Frankfort Logansport ............ Frankfort Kokomo .... Frankfort Horace Mann QGaryD Frankfort Advance . Frankfort Anderson ..........,... Frankfort Lebanon ........... Sectional Tourney Frankfort Jefferson tLafayetteJ Frankfort Jefferson ........ Frankfort Technical tfndplsj . Frankfort Michigantown ..... .... F rankfort jefferson CLafayetteD Frankfort Jackson Township ...... Frankfort Kokomo ........ p. . . Frankfort Colfax ............ .... F rankfort Boswell . . . . . GOLF Frankfort High School was host to the Big Ten in the annual golf tournament, which was held at the Frankfort Country Club. The Schools entered were Tech- nical Undianapolisj, Kokomo, Muncie. Rochester, Newcastle, Lebanon, Logans- port, Anderson, Richmond, and Frankfort. Tech won first in team competition, Frank- fort placed second. Davidson of Muncie won first in individual competition. The Frankfort team was composed of Edward Shaver, Bill McCarty, james Meneely, and Bob Marsh. The tourney will be held Tech next fall. TENNIS The annual Big Ten Tennis tournament was held in conjunction with the Big Ten Track and Field Meet at Tech tfndianap- olisl. Frankfort failed to place in either singles or doubles but was represented by a fine team. Kokomo won first in the doubles, and Muncie was first in the sin- gles. This year's team was composed of Robert Cross, singles, and Frank XVain- scott and Louis Miller, doubles. i n ' QT," 9 'friggin ' 9' MIEL oy :E 'V , . - ,E ,, . -, , -, ,- Q . ,I ii, Se HHS. . '-H WS' ' we wrt. 'Me - ...,f:,,.u ft wen-'I X eg? N rgnrif '-s Ulm -H I5 ,, -.,, vm: -L., f-, 1. , ,,,-,- -sa V I-v t 1 ,' Q 5' 57: 12- . . ' 'J' - ' Mm" i EW U 'ETS ' 'WSW' ft f - , - - .meme - ,sf -:sms , am , -32223 1 - , 'ffgwferf W, 'V effT!'?4'?""ffF ,ar !'e'55"f3 F' 513' -' ETH'-vw S " ,Silent 555 i r 'eff'-157515-Lf"' Mme' I " . 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This year's track squad was well bal- anced. In the dashes Don French and Dick Aughe were the most consistent, both winning major awards. Primmer and Cross represented the Blue and 1Yhite in the hurdle events, Primmer makfng the low sticks his specialty, while Cross was best over the high barriers. In the dis- tance runs Surface. Pickering, Norris. Cornelison and Kirkpatrick were the main- stays, adding many points to the locals total. Moore and Carmack were Pribble's best bets in the -140, and should be ex- cellent quarter-milers next spring. For the first time in many years the locals were strong in the field events. Law- head, Miller and Durbin carried the colors of the school in the high jump. Sheets and VVitsman, both Seniors, w,ere point win- ners in the shot put, and their absence will probably be noticed as much as any on next year's team. In the pole vault McCarty and Swayzee were point winners. Swayzee graduates, but McCarty will be back next year. Forsythe and Swayzee took care of the broad jumping for the locals and garnered points in several of the dual meets, The boys who composed the relay teams follows: Pickering Norris, Cornelison and Moore in the mile relay, and Forsythe, Aughe, Don French and Swayzee in the half-mile relay. Both of these teams hold Case Field records. Win Dual Meets The first meet of the season was with Crawfordsville on the XYabash College track, which the Pribblemen easily won, 64 to 35. The next meet was held on Case Field against our neighbor rival. ,Ieff of Lafayette. The Blue and XVhite showed marked improvement against stronger com- petition and defeated jeff, 65 to 34. In a walk-away meet against Tipton the locals scored their most 'mpressive victory of the SCEISCI1, winning 84 to 15. The Prib- blemen won all but one first in this meet. Smarting from a defeat received last sea- son, the Blue and 1Yhite came back to wal- lop the XVestfield aggregation, 61 to 38. This win was followed by stronger com- petition in the Central Indiana meet held at Lafayette. The locals made a wonderful sliowfng, finishing second in the team scor- ing. Delphi was first with -lofi. Frankfort second with 3713, Lebanon third with 33"S, Jefferson of Lafayette fourth with 27. Tip- ton in fifth position with 1053 and Craw- fordsville sixth with 10. For the first tfme in history a Frankfort track team defeated Noblesville in a dual competition, 57 2-3 to -ll 1-5, This win closed the dual competition for the season without a defeat. 7 "ffm, Or 'ilkfis ETF 'V WEL 'V F x ,nu um-1 I WE me ,, U-I :Jun E mam A J-Jn' F awning: fu , nv , , :IE 9 44 gf 5 :TQ , 1,1 runnin , 0 T, f I ffl J, Q -2 -I vt ,- iw H., . 9 Q 9 9 - - N uugmfil 5, In img., I vu EL. 'I nu Ei, :H L ,Flew ,, wsu. all an X .SH ..,, , X H521 sm, . ..,. ,, .e LTA -f.. H . -1. . ,H 1 I-fi sr , w ui, n . 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E-UIIEIIIIEUIIEIII'EIIIEIIIIEIHEUI ,C ,F -F af-1 11 : ,- EE-15 955555 ' are A FL EVAN THOMPSON "Red" led the Frankfort backs in scoring, totaling 24 points during the season. Thompson's record performance was when he scored six times for po nts after touch- down. He played fullback and should prove a valuable man for F. H. S. next season. KARL FULNECKY Fulnecky was a hard fighter with the old "Irish" spirit and played in the back- field durfng the past season. He was one of the best tacklers on the squad. although he played in the backfield. He will be back again next fall. CHARLES FRENCH "Frenchy" was one of the big mainstays in the backfield during the past season. XVhen yards were needed "Charlie" carried the ball. French will be back again next season and should be one of our best bets. DICK BERGEN sure could tll the bill XVhen an opponent started around his end it was just too bad. "Dick" is a husky chap and will be back to aid the locals next fall. ED SURFACE "One of the toughest guards in the state" was the cognomen applied to Ed Surface. He played more actual playing time than any man on the squad, and next year will captain the Fighting Bucaneers in what promises to be a real season. LEON LIPP "Lipp Tail," as he was called by Buck. was a real lineman. At center he could spin the old pigskin in quick fashion, and he was plenty tough on defense. Leon will also be back again. JOHN RUDDELL "Johnny," otherwise known as "Football Ruddellf' started as quarter on the team, but was injured in the Southport game. He later was shifted to a halfback position in the final games on the schedule. He should make a great punter for Frankfort next season, as he will be back again. .1 Q9 ,KEN Q .C 'Ef QQ ,USE QQ Q u niting " "' ' ' : e, s 2 "Dick" played the end position, and he X 4 i 4 ' um:- i ri 2 5 V' i xx-n WE me U' X f 5 ' ' ll' in Luv 'RX 'B a- B . ..e1sa'2.. B . 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I L I 1 n -:lr llll I Lfun lm' : 'H' If ' us.: -- WWE' - gi lg' gmt! gi' Q -- 'f ll: Qllfrfl-dll: nanlfguiiglnnlgmvg Q75 WAYNE SWAYZEE "E, Wayne," as he is known to most everyone, was one of the best quarterbacks on the Frankfort team. After Ruddell's in- jury Swayzee directed the team and did a fine job at the quarterback post. He re- ceived a broken collar bone in the final game and was carr ed from the field smil- ing. "Swaze" is a Senior and his place will be hard to fill. Wayne was honored by his teammates in giving him the Foot- ball Sportsmanship Trophy. FRANK SHANKLIN "Shank," as he is known. was one of Buck's most valuable players, He could snag passes from everywhere and played end. He also graduates and will be missed as his shoes will be hard to fill. PAUL CORNELISON Playing end for the first year Cornelison developed into a real player. He not only performed well in track, but did Frankfort a great amount of good in football. The team will be wfthout his services next sea- son, as he graduates. JOYCE HALL Another tough lineman was Joyce Hall. He always came out of a play with a smile on his face and "pepped" up the line when needed. Joyce graduates this year and will be missed by everyone. He has been as- sisting Ccach Rohrabaugh in coaching the unclerclassmen in spring pract ce. ROBERT KELLEY 4 Bob Kelley was a lineman, and he sure could break through the opposng line to break up play after play. This is Kelley's last year, and we regret losing Bob, as he was a fighter from the word go. FRED WITSMAN When Coach Rohrabaugh made his first call for candidates Vflitsman was on hand, and it was scon found out that Fred could play football as well as basketball. He played center, and was a reliable man. He also graduates this spring. CHARLES SHEETS "Charlie" was one of the heaviest players in the line, and was a great help in keeping in check the opponents' charges. 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XYilsman, Clllllllllllgi IP, Frencli, John Iledmon, line coach: Everett N. Case, athletic director. MIDDLE 1tf1XV-Swayzm-, Slianklin, M11or1-, Ljpp. Slianklin, F. XVitsman, Hall, R. Aughe, Garrott. BOT'l'03l l'tflXYfN111'ris, I1'11ln111:ky, Kelly. Thatcher, I-it'1'gC'l'l, Thompson, Ruddell. C. French, t,"1-rm-lis11n, Slll'liLlt,'0', SITTING-li11n11, Cliiltick, FOOTBALL 1929 After an absence of football for over twenty years on the Frankfort cam- pus, this sport is again made a part of the athletics in the Frankfort High School, and the lgllne and lYhite ended their season with three victories. two defeats and a tie. Frankfort fans give Coach Rohrabaugh great credit for developing a winning team from raw material. Coach Rohrabaugh had been a great star on the Franklin College team. and had coached the Kirklin High aggregation for three years. where he developed many outstanding stars on the gridiron. 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Thompson, Ruddell, Hall, Frank Shanklin, Sheets, C. French. Fulnecky. Surface, Bergen and Lipp received the sweater and major "F" awards for their work on the gridiron. Trounce Arcadia 54 to 0 The Blue and XVhite warriors opened the football season by trouncing the Arcadia eleven, 5-l to O. Frankfort fans were loud in their praise of the new team and coach and considered it an excellent showing for the first football game in many years. Ruddell scored 13 points in this game, while Fulnecky, Norris. Thompson and French scored touchdowns. lVith added confidence the locals tacked the strong XYestfield team. champions of Hamilton county. but the experience of the XYestfield boys was too much and the Blue and XYhite came out with the short end of a 19 to 0 count. Coach Rohrabauglrs lads put up a great battle with the half ending in a scoreless tie, but the Hamilton county crew pushed across three markers in the last two quarters. Ed Surface played a great game forthe Buccaneers. Playing the first game away from home, the Frankfort eleven journeyed to Southport and were turned back by the Cardinal team. 26 to O. It turned out to be a disastrous day and was the only poor 'showing of the year. The locals were penalized over three hundred yards by officials in this game, which was certainly a great handicap. Beat Tech, 12 to 0 lYith they backs to the wall, the Blue and XYhite outfit downed Technical of Indianapolis on the home field, 12 to O. The first touchdown resulted when Bergen recovered a fumbled Tech punt behind the goal. "Red" Thompson snatched a forty-yard pass out of the air to race across for the second touchdown. Keeping up their old fight and determination the Frankfort aggregation downed Washington of Indianapolis, 14 to O. The Capital City team was heavier and more experienced than the locals, but the Bucaneers played a superior brand of ball. The two touchdowns were made by Swayzee and Ruddell. 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GIRLS' ATHLETICS The gym exhibition, given two nights this year in order to accommodate everyone. was a very colorful affair. It was divided into two parts-the grade schools, furnishing a calendar of the year in a succession of dances entitled "The Festival of the Months," provided the first half of entertain- ment, xvhile Junior High and High School students completed the program with varied drills and exercises. Many unique dances and costumes featured this year's entertainment and all were most enthusiastic in their praise of such a fine exhibition of physical co-ordination as was demonstrated this year. During the intermission Merritt Goff, a little clog dancer, gave a Very interesting exhibition of tap dancing, which proved exceedingly popular with the crowd. in this part xx ere European folk dances The pupils in each dance were sl' ll 1-Zan-un sf : 5 . , 5 ,tarp nil' ' .m.:iv2 nsnn: f E n , feng... 0 at 1.-auf , f.: , ., .ni ' 2 ' 4 - n in- ll mi an i 7 E 2.2 mia? , l ,f : -: 5: '- ? nn . - Sq 1 11'-1 M: 2 - . 2-. S ---, v..an-L.:- .2 mxg- v -fam: .E 1. 1 na it in-2--1:'-g.. m .-':' I5 ' nanlr' .1 2- ' . -J:---1 a.. 'fn1:'.c. 5, , E 'WEEE' - uuixln -LLE ..- nen- we 1-mn nn:-H -. ani , 1 .2 n Q lg : 131 n , nnnnn n - E inafuaian 3 W: -, u nna-nnsnnu 1- C "' ni H-E as 2. 5 V 1, ,,,,,r -ini- '5 gil? , - ann, ...f .1 3, 2 n- 1 . E55 , ',-1' , vs 'ELL - E we wir i '62 '-Em'-1, x H1105 3:21 E 1 -n 5, -:nan-is I v ,?nne l - 1 emiuai ne ii I E-,, Q.. n E .sas an-E H?E5.-sg T -T- ig-Ezgx' .E 'l ... I l 1' :E "' - -:T n dzialnii The second part was given by advanced students. 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SECOND ROXV-Pauline Pedigo, Helen Mae Shanklin, Minnie Downs, Ruth Blinn, Thelma Johnson, Marian Alenduff, Paulita Gough. THIRD ROXV-Elsie Hollis, Veva Ambler, Mary Swafford. dressed in the costume of the peasants that the dance represented. The Varsity Drag, tap dance, was the only one not representative of a country. The high school tumbling team brought the gym exhibition to a close with a series of formations better than those ever before given in Frankfort. The undoubted success of the exhibition was due in no small part to Miss Dor- othy Campbell, who, with her corps of assistants. gave so much time and valuable knowledge to the children who participated. The gym exhibition is the culmination of the work done in the city schools under the supervision of Miss Dorothy Campbell. 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'F QL- "3 - 15 PLA' - - 1 -'le EU' - ' L' TOP ROYV-Mr. Pribble, Coach: Nicholas, Litwiler, Mr. Redmon, Manager: Johnson, Behr, Mr. XXv2lI'I'Gl1, Principal. SECOND ROW'-Lyon, McCall, Cook, Good, Nance, Mohler. BOTTOM ROXV-Hardesty, Brown, Larick, Fudge, Powell, Lowden. THE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL The Frankfort Junior High School may justly boast of one of the best basketball teams it has had since the county champions of 1925. Under the splendid leadership and coaching of Mr. Pribble, what seemed to be a slow moving five, developed into a fast, fighting and hard working quintet. In every game they easily outscored and outplayed their oppon- ents, and the thing that counts most in any athletic contest-teamwork- was always manifest, along with that fine co-operation between a coach and his men. The boys on the squad took constructive criticism readily, and this de- veloped their other playing qualities to the utmost degree of perfection. 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Cupation, John." johnny Stroup: "He is a worm imi- tatorf' Jack: "It's all right mother, I've been Miss Knox: "Mercy sakes. what on earth is that?" johnny S.: "He bores holes in furniture to a mystery play and its gone and given me the Creeps." for an antique dealer." Then there is the flapper admirer of Rudy Vallee who gave her radio battery a Edison should also be able to get rubber from spinach. Its healthful properties have certainly been stretched in advertisements. W. M. Shafor' Company' i N. 7 cake of yeast when she was told that it was all run down. J SHA1-Toll, BRAND CANNED FOODS Your Guarantee of Quality Ask Your Grocer .4 K Richardson Stores Where Cash Buys Quality for Less A Department Store for the Entire Family Selling Dependable Merchandise at Low Prices Assuring you the newest in Style for Young and Old .. ..... .t . , , what QQ viii... mme -- ,- -Q. we ' -,wwf " i,im:lfe W' ,liebe Q0 ies' 1 ,, n-zunauns feiiiiim' .' . , awe g . ,H-til! -QS ii: mn- 1L...:..i f.i..ai.it1 me - we f Wai-L a " ui 'DEH' x' 'li-egg? iii: ...f X 252 . in' . ui 1 , na tif' E J J..-. f ff, X us - L i . .. 1 1-wee. man! tis an -. ms. 5.15, fiiiegalufiei.. ,. its We iii., , f ':...2!f:.:E. iii-un, iv-zum Emi -f T 5' -at---ew l!::Rii.g: - 5 WE ni-gin ... ZW' 15- fm.: , .s . - 2 : in fe V1 Gui. 5--H21-its - Qu eu 4 7 fini ,una w Q- ,1-, - Iwi' 5 iw T wig... s .a....g,..:,.i.-i--- an time 1--iQ,f a.g....a ....,....:ni.. . 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Mary Kelley: "Oh, that's 11ot vanity, that's your imagination." A sign over a dairy farm attracted the admiration of a local butcher. "Milk From Contented Cows," it read. Deciding to bor- row the idea he had the following sign hung out over his shop: "Hot Dogs fSausagesD From Pigs That Died Happy." .J Freshman at College: "XYhy-a-we're-a- having a dance at our house-and-af" She tbreathlesslyl: "Yes?" Dumbell: "And I wonder if I could bor- row your waxer to wax our floors?" Mrs, Corbett: "XVhy were you kept after school today, Russell?" Russell Corbett: "Oh, Miss Knox told us to write an essay on 'The Result of Laziness' and I turned in a blank sheet of paper." X Ge CONLEY THEATRE THE MODERN THEATRE OF COMFORT AND THE BEST Y OF ENTERTAINMENT I K' I A Neat Personal Appearance Y is a Valuable Asset Send us your Garments frequently to be refreshed and renewed. Phone 158 a P15551-ng y Royal Garment Cleaners U4 L .i L STAIQDARDIZED Y. .lk Service 255 West Washington St. In -- ---- I I I n I I zijn- Frankfort, Lebanon, Crawfordsvl e APPROACHES PERFEUFION ElW00d V J K COMPLETELY RESTOCKED WITH NEW MERCHANDISE CHARLES H. FORREST ,, Q f I4 K QA ' L ndry' Clean, White Service at Reasonable Cost 12 Hour Delivery Service Steam Laundry E. Clinton St. Phone 333 K Q- f I Q - gait- v 'r " .s,, si m: 7 j s- 7 . E Q.. spsymzyi E ,, 151111553 sflT!iS2'HQlFE fm!2e7iilEw'SZf' f- ' ' r , "Fmf,frf7 ..nl'.fr ' ,eff M Q 4 " f 'F. f"'5""4'2'.- " ,gm n in ullilnimff K .: - : -FE le , - T' :'..: ':' - ' elf II . tt e 1. 1 I A :-"' Q.-f . I-E-ltllilulalm-mann I Em - E ul- fm- , V :mimi T6 niisiluf-41:1-iiuziiir ' ,fi 1 ' - : 1 -5-m, - H :mr 'F nl, Ik- ip " J ' E 'll " 'HI ' - "' Ill 3 7 L -3 - .i "' I ' 'Ui aiu 'll I I allll-llllillll ,., - III I I llll:-N I i sill" 'Si QE I uulgi 'gnu A-ii Eli!! I - dm in M ,511 Iii? I u.?uumJ mmm wr, U U . 5 r u E . B E . mi ' i Ii ,- gg U I ug un ll gl' ll 1 Q , lg Lat- EulliuusuusulEIINSWEEIEU14 A, 'E ,'s-- E? 5:-L -3 2-52 -E-3 -neil -.. Li "An old timer," says Genevieve, the kitchen cynic, "is one who can remember when the worst thing on the air was the stockyardsf' Papoose: "Bair-w-w. Iwanna drink." Eskimo Mother: "Shut up, it's only six months till morning." Mr. Mencken: "I want to write for your magazine." "Say 'Bah'." Mr. McClure: "Louis tell me one or two things about john Milton." Louis Miller: "Well, he got married and he wrote 'Paradise Lostf Then his wife died and he wrote 'Paradise Regained'." Ed Shaver: "Say, did the English shoot ,loan of Arc?" Red Thompson: "Naw, burned her at stake." Ed Shaver: "'XVe1l, I thought so too, but it says here she was canonizedf' J X This shop serfves the particular man. Wearing apparel for men and boys is always new at X bolts EQIUNES North Side Square f .4 K Frankfort Ice CS, Coal Co. 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CAng1'ilyJ: "That is my sister!" "Boy, she sure can dance." Miss D, Knox: "XVhat is the shortest distance between two points?" jim O'Rear: "Lindbergh" In the game it's GRIT. ln the spinach it's TERRIBLE. Miss Verda Knox: "Do you think they'l1 be successful in reviving Shakespeare?" Julia Daugherty Cafter a big nightj: 'lOh, was he at the party, too," Jim McMurtry: "lf the heart isn't the seat of love, what is?" QAII Outdoors Invites 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 86.50 up. Brownies 32.00 up. Kodak Films The Dependable kind in the yellow box-all sizes. Get it at our Kodak Counter. THE REXALL STORE BON MERRIT T jean D. Gossett: 'The davenportf' Y Q 14 G akland - Pontiac Winning and Holding Good Will Clark CS. Laughner' Phone 422 257 N. Main St. Y ? " ...asf 19 JW Q so -11 Q im 'EEE 2 ' lfigig In-Egg? 3 1, 21.1211 . H- . . k 5 f L 7 1' -Li,-.T ' 11:'L"i.f . 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