Frankfort High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Frankfort, IN)
- Class of 1938
Page 1 of 88
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1938 volume:
The hustle and bustle of putting out a year book began when the class of 1938
decided that "the best Cauldron ever" was to be produced this year.
Time began to creep on, and editor Rosemary Wfalton started planning and work-
ing with her assistants, Suzanne Moore, Jacqueline Salisbury, and Geraldine Baker, to
get the dummy completed and the written material prepared. The photographers,
Gene Rodenberger and Bob Murray clamored for more human interest pictures,
while snapshot editors, Jr. McCarty and Dick Ramos, were trying to get as many
snaps of seniors as they could.
Circulating manager, Rawl Ransom, and his assistants, Rosemary Guard and Da-
vid Adams, complained of aching feet-and praises to them on their over sale of books.
The artists, Kathryn Sullivan, Bob Longfellow, and Anabelle Hiatt, drew and drew
again the art work for this "better book."
After athletic seasons were over, Jr. Thompson and Margery Cohee, the athletic
editors, rushed their write-ups to the editors.
Time didn't wait on us, and before we knew it our typist, Pat L yn ch, was
swamped trying to get out the written material to be proof read.
Then Joe Hanger, business manager, came upon the scene. He took care of all
the bills for the book. Success and good wishes, joe.
Catherine Culbertson, the cal-
endar editor, was kept busy filling
in the dates for a new feature in
our book---the school log.
Pictures were cut, mounted,
and sent to the engravers-copy
was typed again, proofread, and
sent to the printer. 'With the as-
sistance of our sponsor, Mr. Han-
ger the book was all out and back
for its final reading-then back
to the printer. Time kept still
flying by. It was time to distri-
bute the books. Once they are in
the hands of the students, it will
be time out for the editors.
TIME OUT FOR THE EDITORS
A VISIT TO OUR
As We follow the clock in our journey today in Frankfort High
School, we want to introduce our school board. consisting of Lawrence
McCreary, presidentg Xvalter Aughe. treasurerg Fred Petty, secretaryg
and M. N. O'Bannon, Superintendent.
and constructive action of these
greatest privileges and opportuni-
in the history of Frankfort High
Through the farsighted policies
men, the class of 1938 has enjoyed the
tics ever offered to a graduating class
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The administrative staff of Frankfort High School is composed of
C. R. Young, principalg G. XV. XVarren,' assistant principalg Wfilliam
Floyd, personnel directorg and Edith Hinman, dean of girls.
In keeping pace with the increased and complex demands upon the
modern high school to aid the student in more eflicient solution of his
individual needs, a personnel service has been established with its offices
adjacent to those of the principal and assistant principal.
Specific services which the personnel division is prepared to render
the student are: educational tests including psychological, personality,
and vocational: guidance in selection of courses and schoolsg counseling
in personal problemsg and placement aid for work. This service is
under the direction of William Floyd in cooperation with the dean of
girls, curriculum advisers, and class room teachers.
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The cavalcade of eager, hurrying feet-busses discharging their
loads of out-of-town students-the rhythmatic beat of countless feet
in corridor and class room--school has begun. Intimate groups of stu-
dents grab that last minute of leisure for personal anecdotes-then the
tardy bell gives its warning call, and quiet descends over the home rooms.
The busy schedule of a day's work has begun.
Let us take a leisurely trip through the home room. There We will
View the student and his teacher in a class room that generally specializes
in the training for which he is adapting himself. From the quiet inten-
sity of study in an English class-to the swift movement of technical
manipulation in a science room-to the hurly-burly of manual training,
and the rhythmatic beat of tempo of a musical rehearsal, We take our
journey through Frankfort High School.
8:15 - 8:30
Now let us visit some of the home rooms This is a Freshman home
room under the supervision of Miss Foster. Home rooms are determined
by the names of the students in the lower classes, and by curricula in
the higher grades. The home room is used as a place for preparation of
a lesson, for study for a test, for getting acquainted, for pupil guidance,
or any other profitable activity.
Billy Kersey, l.illy Prii i1.1 ck, john
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Pyles, Bernicce Re.1g.in, Virgil
Ricltnmn. Morris Robley, Bobby
Rogers, Robert Rude, Elsie SQA-
bult, Anna Mae Sellers, Mildred
Slmif, jean Slmnltlin, Xvilma
Skaggs, Bonnie Smith, Donni
Smith, Charles Snyder, Inez Spear.
Gilbert Stokes, David Strausburg.
Phyllis Stroup, Florence Thomp-
son, B.ll'bill'Sl Toney, Mary Vail.
Marvin XY'.ill.u:e, M.irjuric Wfil-
liams, Virginia XVil50n, Phil XY'i5e.
Betty Ann XVr.iy, Robert Wfriglit,
XVilli.im XVright, jesse Younger.
These two home rooms are of eighth grade students under Mr.
Garrison and Miss Sims. Miss Sims directs the only all girl home room
in the school. Each home room is a small unit directed by a teacher,
and governed by a president, vice-president, and secretary-treasurer
chosen by the home room members. The president of each home room
automatically becomes a member of the advisory council of the Student
Yerna Arnold, lflorenee Baker,
Frances Blaclter, Bernadine Brandt,
Bonnie Brewer, Bonnie Campbell,
Dorothea Cambridge, Charlotte
Campbell, XVilma Carter, Pauline
Clark, Malbagene Clossin, Druzilla
Cook, Elizabeth Crum, joy Cutler,
Josephine Daugherty, Elizabeth Da-
vis, Betty Dowden. Amagean Du-
bree, Jeanette Elliott, Grace Faust,
janet,Fournier, Frances Freeman,
Florence Galey, Juanita Goodnight.
Bill Adams, Ralph Beavers, Melvin
Foster, Lavaun Gearheart, Russell
Goodnight, Leland Hawkins, Rob-
ert Henderson, Ray Kelly, Billy
Klippel, Wlmda Lipp. Nlarlha Ma-
jor, Mary F. Xlohl. Ruth Peterson.
lfay Rickman, Nlarylyn Sclian-
baeher, NX'inifred Spurgeon, Do-
lores Stine, Ifloise Volz, Phillip
Wieimer, lrene Wills, Mary Young,
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Xvith the ringing of the 8:30 bell, all students go to their first period
Classes. First, let us visit Miss Kemper,s English II class. The students
study figures of speech, symbolism, and imagery. As a Course in litera-
ture, they study uldylls of the King." A study of punctuation is
brought out by "Adventures XVise and Otherwisef' a book that makes
their study interesting as well as valuable. NX7ritten expression and good
use of the library are emphasized.
Uorurliy Collins, Iielixi Curbeaiix,
Xlanette llirling, time Dnywitt.
Nl.lI'll1.l Dobson, George llritt, jaelc
l',u'ling, Lynette C1.ll'I'lSOll, Hope
Heiming, Dnnim Irwin. Veryle
xlicnbs, james Laiigliner. Paul lung.
B.n'b.1r.i Nlnnn, Maxine ml. Mieltwl,
Keith Moore, Robert Pierce, XY'il.i-
min.1 Rainey, Mary Shnler, Ruth
V.mTyle, Rielmrd Zippeiziin, Nina
- t. ., , Betty Barker, Betty Bowers, Teddy
Eggers, Dick Faust, Edith Ford,
Ethel Ford, Helen Haekerd, Mary
Ham, XVally Irwin, joe Bill Lock-
wood, Betty Nlcllwen, Anna Miner.
Rex Nees, Doris Neibert, Robert
Peterson, junior Phillipo, Virginia
Rapp, joe Bill Sibbitt, julia Sulli-
van, james Tedford. Thomas Ter-
pinas, Mary XVright.
Next, let us go to Mrs. Heaton's Latin II class. The primary aim
in the study of Latin is the development of ability to read with under-
standing, interpret, and appreciate the language. The secondary aims
are an enrichment of English vocabulary, an acquaintance of Roman
National life, and its influence upon present day civilization. During
the semester, the class enjoyed lectures and enjoyable books on Roman
This is Mr. Picket's United States History class. The study of U. S.
History is divided into 74 chapter outlines. The first part deals with
discovery, colonization, and early history to 1850. The second part
takes in the history of the United States from 1850 to and including the
present. Newsweeks are read on Fridays.
Dale Appel, Beverly Baker, Earlcen
Bryson, james Chezem. Maurice 1
Coil, Robert Coleman, Leona Cut- T
ler, Evelyn Davison, john Dieterle,
john Dorner, Robert Downer, Bob
Farrell, Marilyn Fournier, Richard
Hart, Pat Hays, Eugene Hertel,
Robert Hibbard, jamss Hollis.
Lorene Huffcr, john johnson.
Franklin Jones, Ralph Kelly, Rus-
sell Knipp, Edward Maddox, Tex
Mathews, Ernest McGill, Harold
Moyer, Robert Norris, Harold
Pyle, Maurice Robinson, Morris
Shanks, Melvin Sheets, Fred Sliph-
er, Betty Snorgrass, Dwight Stokes,
Clifford VanT'yle, Luther Wlirren,
Phyllis' Wfeidner, -lack Wfoodhouse. l
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liiygan. David Burns, Donald Chan-
tller, 4l.1111es Frazeir, James Har-
desty. Keith Kallner, Benson Nor-
ris. Herbert Patelierr, Leon Richer,
john Shanks, junior Sheets, Charles
Smith, 4l.1X'l1CS Smith. Herbert
Webb, Byron Dorsey. --.
Frankfort is in the midst of tl1e best agriculture area in the world.
You certainly will be interested in visiting Mr. Lowe's agricultural class,
which deals particularly with farm management. They study prices
and marketing, determine the advisability of holding or selling cropsg
learn the legal aspects of farming, taxation and farm relief, farm lay-
outs, equipment for farm, types of farming, balancing the farm business,
and how farm management will make a more successful farmer. They
also study a course in dairying. This course includes considerable visual
education in its procedure.
Now, we shall take you to a place where no girls are found-as
yet-Mr. Davis's SB Shop. The boys in this class are just beginning the
. training of building trades. Here the boys are given a general outline
of the work. Mechanical drawing and wood shop are among the types
of work studied.
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Brower. 151-la Li.lll1Cl'Ol1, XVllli.lI11
ci.ll'lCl'. Ari hui' iilovsin. Richard
Climin, Nlarx in fiUfTIl1.lI1. john
lJ.1xiso11, lioh Uoxulely Earls Man-
ford, .X.1ro11 l5nre111.1n, Jerry lzul-
neclq. O r x .1 l Green, Ritlmrd
Mr. Floyd, our personnel and guidance director, has charge of this
Public Speaking class. Its main aims are: to develop ease in conversa-
tion and courtesy, to develop a habit of clear, direct, forceful, and cor-
rect speechg to make speech practical through a correlation with other
subjects, to develop a taste for the best in literature and speech compo-
sitiong and to cultivate the ability to interpret good literature.
Elnora Brunson, Hugh Davey, john
Daugherty, -lack Douglas, Betty
Ferrell, Billy Ferguson, Marian
Gwyn, Don Hackett, Berea Har-
land, Gertrude Hines, Richard
Hinton, jack Knoll, Marilyn Krei-
slier, Ida Lynch, joe Masters, Jean
Mclver, Marie Metcalfe, Betty
Meneely, Marion Morrow, Donald
Money, Geraldine O'Neil, Robert
Powers, Richard See, W'illiam Siff-
en. Mary Sheets, Wciidell Spitler.
Carmen Stewart, Anita Stublcy,
lireda Wickham, Betty Zerfas.
9:40 - 10:40
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V Mary Baker. Virginia Carter
Eileen Clifton, Rosemarie Davey
erine Harrison, Mildred Hart
Doris jackson, Marry johnson
bara LaCroix, Katherine McDonald
Lois Nlaish, Helen Ruth Morris
Robert Sullivan. Herbert Volz
i Rudolph XYllfSlTI.1l'l. Thelma XVright
Parlez Vous Francais? If so, let us visit the French class, with Miss
Smith as instructor. Their objectives arc: learning the fundamentals oi
French grammar and idiomsg practice in oral and written Frenchg a
study of one or two French masterpiecesg a further knowledge of France
and the French people. The latter is developed through lectures and
Lots of tools and lots of noise, and we meet Mr. Evans, one of our
new teachers. He teaches this Machine Shop class. It is a two year
course dealing in steel and tin work, and gives the basic training for the V55 5, i
building trades. This gives the boy experience which will be of great
benefit after graduating, especially it he intends to go into the mechan-
Uthel Becker. Xvalter Bnxwell,
XY'illiam Caniersan, joe Coy, Rob-
eit Cor, Lewis Cook. john Den-
ton, George lidgar, XY'1lli.ini Hollis.
Robert Hollis, Ross Lawhead, Fred
McCoy, Emerson Moore. Robert
Moore, Kenneth Owens, G l e n
Patch. james Tliompsori, George
Thornton. J 0 e Sharp. Charles
Slianklin, R o y Xvyant, Richaril
Clark Simon Camp, Ralph Dob-
son, Daniel XVann, Dick Davis.
jean Daywitt, Lois Forney, Cath-
Robert Kern, Marjorie Kuhn, Bar-
james Zerfas. Pearl Leiws, Anna-
Berdcnn Akers, Anna Bower, f"' ' ' -Y ff-'-'-f-
XY'arren Carlson. Billy Carr, Brad- - Q'
ford Carr, Robert Clemens, W'en-
dcll Cook, Lena Dellinger, Paul'
Douglas, Glen Forney, Neil Hig-
bce, Delores Huifer, Carroll John-
son, Robert Klippel, Miriam Lewis,
Marjorie Lewis, Lorene Martin, Tom
McMurty, Joe O'Rcar, Mary Rick-
cr, Robert Sharp. joe Shepard,
Fracis Sipes, Virginia Sparrow,
Avis Stewart, Bill Toney, Bill
Two Well defined courses in Chemistry are offered to the Frankfort
studentg namely, a course in general chemistry for students interested
in college Work, and another course for those who are taking high school
training only. Two primary aims are college preparation and teaching
the student to live in a world greatly influenced by chemistry. Mr. Bur-
roughs is the teacher.
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To the right of the corridor is Mr. Farrell's plane geometry class.
The geometry course includes a study of proportion, similarity, design-
ing, angle measurement, practical application of land measurements et
Cetera. The main object is to develop logical thinking through geo-
Xleriani Aven, ,luhn Beardsley, Paul
Benge, Ruth Bcninnin, Donna
Budd, .Innes Conipton, Nl.'lI'Kl1,l
lfiust. -Iuhn Griffey, Aloe llazle-
wood, Tommy Herron, Phyllis
johnson, lflerberl Killiner, lidward
liirpatricli, Marilynn Ii r A1110 r,
Clara Ann lipp, Billy ,I. Nccs,
i Alice Peters, David Rainox, Edwin
Robinson, Ca 1'l Smith, james
Stinson. NY'.xnd.i Tcuguarden.
10:45 - 11:45
This is Miss Hutching's Sth grade music and art class. The stu-
dents are divided into four divisions for singing, each having a part in
the singing according to the range of his voice. The aft
pencil, crayon, and paints. The students bring flowers,
and other objects for use as models.
work is with
Allen Evans, xvvillihl Foster, Robert
Gee, Elinor Graham, Ralph Gra-
ham, Mary Gregory, Malcolm
Grinsrcad, -Ioan Hackarcl. Charles
Hackett, Nina Hailman, jean Har-
land, Avenel Harrison, Kenneth
Harrison, Patti Harsllman, Ted
Hazlewood, Hazel Henthorne, Bet-
ty Hollis, Mary Hopkins.. Paul
Howe, Lawrence Howland, Billy
Hoyer, Billy Huff, Mary K. Huf-
fer, Geneva Hunley, Betty Irwin,
Leon jackson, Mabel James, Jimmie
johnson, Richard Kallner, Mary
Keever, Rose Kelly, john Killmer,
Mary Bell Kirby, Miriam Kuhn,
jack Landers, Jean Lane, Helen
Lewis, Betty Lcveless, Beatrice
Lowe, Beulah Hampel.
Wfe are proud of our new laboratories for home economics. The
department is attractive and well equipped. This is a class in home nurs-
ing which includes a study of personal appearance, the importance of
good health, diseases, care of the sick in the home, and Hrst aid, under the
direction of Miss English. This is the first year for Miss English in
Frankfort High School.
Billie Albright, Virginia Amicli.
Jo Anderson, Elizabeth Ballinger,
Roberta Beard, Caroline Braek,
XY'illetta Cl1urel1.lli'aje.in Curbeaox.
Josephine Diinmitt, Mary Dunham,
Doris Eikenberry. Betty Elliott,
Phyllis Fulkerson. Nlary Grace.
Rosemary Guard, Upal Hengst,
Mary jackson, Betty jones, Madge
Languell, Gloria Xlcfloy, Bette
Xlecuni, XY'iima Hiller, Suvanne
Moore, Virginia Morrow, Betty
Nlundell, Martlia Myers, Violet
Palmer, Alice Pickett, l'ilil.'llJvSIl1
Price. Virginia Rieker, Britta
Stoltes,Thetis Strain, julian Strawn.
Lorene Strode, Louise Swatford.
D o r o t li y Thompson, Margaret
Thompson, Betty Utterback, Paul-
6, are Mr. Manges, another new teacher, directs the work of the embry-
,1 2 onic business men and Women who are now absorbed in typing manu-
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scripts, personal and business letters, and papers, and legal documents.
Beulah Baker. Anne Bell, Helen
Boots, l.awxon lioultlen. Vera Bell
Brittain, Marion Brown, Biaurice
Campbell, Delores Cantwell. Evelyn
Coddington. .loe Galeener. Maxim
llite, Barbara lloblws, Robert Howe.
Margaret Hyinan. Kathryn jack-
son, Beverly Xlalieoat, lflizabetli
Nleliratli. Peggy Messmore, Lavaun
Nlieliner, Alacli Miller, Don Mohr,
,lulia Nloore. Madge Nloore, Da-
maris Ogle, .lean Pence, Bois Pierce,
Virginia Recd, Kenneth Reynolds.
Cornelia Root, lfvelyn Sexton, lin-
gene Sheets, Helen Simmons, Paul-
ita XY'e.iver. Donna XYieltliani, .Xnne
Willson. Heren XYood, liraneex
Pearle Haynes, Gene Herr, Richard
Hollis, Garnett Howard, Maurice
HuHer, Harry jones, Mildred Ken-
ney, Herman King. Billy Lewis,
Agatha Lucas, Peggy Marthewson.
Ifllsworth McCord, Dorothy Mc-,
Coy, Russell McNelley, junior Mil-
ler, ,lane Mohr, Milford Money,
Martha More, Benson Morph-ew,
George Moun, julia Myers, Billy
Nunnallv, Barbara Owens, Maxine
Payne, ,lack Pearcy, Norma Peters,
louise Peterson, Earl Phillippo.
Hobby Pickering, james Picl-tering,
lloyd lfndres, Scott Bledsoe, Flora
l'erhinson, Cora Love.
Here Miss Ratcliffels SA English class attempts the constructive
use 0 Wor s, aug wi e i ea ia ng isi mus unc ion in every-
f dt ht ththd tltEll tf t
thing the student does. The main object is right thinking and action
through the use and influence of language.
This is a Biology class under the supervision of Mr. Hanger. Biology
gives the student an appreciation of the living world about him and its
relation to him in regard to controlling his environment, in preventing
disease and securing food, clothing, and shelter. This Course includes
laboratory, Held trips, plant and insect Collections, lecture demonstra-
tions, moving pictures, and reference readings.
Vera Arndt, lgldon Braden, Martha
Glover, Blanche Glover. Robert
Gosewehr, Helen Gunion, lSill Har-
vey, Doris Kelley, Bob Kirkwood.
Leo LQ1B.Nl', Anna Lindauer, Carl
Lowery, Mildred Lyken, Irene Man-
ges, George Mathewson, Damon
Meliinsey, Regina Moorehead, Max
Myers, Betty Porciful, Catherine
Ruch, Robert Spray, Herman
Stewart, Robert Talbert, Madeline
Unroe, Martha Unrue, Zora Vande-
venter, Thelma Vfainscott, Betty
Xvallace, Maxine Xvessell, Drusilla
Wyatt, Bertha Young, Wdnma
Younger, Cleona Siebert.
1:00 - 1:40
"All work and no play makes jack a dull boy." Immediately after
lunch we eagerly return to school to participate in our chosen activities.
The bell again quiets room and corridor, and now we get ready to go.
Some students stay in their home rooms for much needed studyg some
rush to the gym for their physical education workg and the others go to
the clubs we are about to visit. Are you ready? Let's go!
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The National Honor Society QFranltfort Chapterj is an organiza-
tion composed of a limited number of the most outstanding students in
the junior and Senior classes of the high school. Requirements for mem-
bership are fourfold, and are based upon character, service, leadership,
and scholarship. Election to the group is made by a committee com-
posed of the principal of the high school, and members of the faculty
appointed by the principal. Because of the high standard for member-
ship, election to the organization is one of the highest honors which can
be conferred upon a student in his high school career. r
The officers .rrez l'resrdenr, -lohn Srrangeg Yrce l'resrtlenr. xlr, ililrornpwng St-creI.rry, Suzanne
Xlooreg Treasurer, Nr-rlx jo .Xmlt-rwn, .intl Sponsor, Xlrss Yertla Knox.
The Student Council is a representative student governing body
composed of a Prefect Council, with voting power, elected rnnually by
the entire school, and an Advisory Council, composed of Ill home room
presidents and live class advisers from the faculty The Council func
tions largely through committees appointed by the Council president
and approved by the Prefect Council and the principal
The Oflicers are .rs fulloxxx: President, Raymond Nlcirillg Vice t e ,vi 5 tierur
rl-l'C.lNlll'Cl'. 'Nlary Catherine Kern.
"To create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian char-
acter in school and community", has been the purpose of-this club. They
have carried on this idea by attending churches of ditferent denomina-
tions once a month. This club was organized in 1928 and now has a
membership of fifty boys. The oilicers are as follows: George Burns,
presidentg Joe O'Rear, vice-presidentg Lloyd Strain, secretaryg Joe Bill
Sibbitr, treasurerg and Mr. Redmon, principal of Kiger School, sponsor.
HIGH LIFE STAFF
A modernized version of the old "High Lifen made its appearance
in the last semester of the '37-'38 school year, with Rupert Evans as
editor, and Suzanne Moore as assistant editor. New page make-up, flush.
left headlining, and complete elimination of dashes featured the revised
paper. Norman Lauchner was editor-in-chief of the paper for the first
semester of the school year.
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"XVith love in my heart.
forgetting self, and with
charity for all, I will make
the object of my life help-
fulness, and kindness to
others. I shall try to give
intelligent service in mak-
ing my community a safer
and more beautiful place
in which to live. Thus will
my own life become rich
This is the creed which the members of this
club hold and respect. They were organized in
1911, being the 3rd to be organized in the state.
They accomplish much with the cooperation
of everyone in the club. They sell candy at
the home basketball games, care for the rest
rooms in the building and do many other
things. Their otlicers this year were as follows:
President, Helen Bird: Vice President, Anna Bower,
Secretary, Margaret Hyman, Treasurer, Mary Catherine
Kern: Corresponding Secretary, Phyllis johnson, Spon-
sor, Miss Campbell. Following are the names of the
members: -Io Anderson, Mildred Baere, Elizabeth Ball-
inger, Mary Helen Baum, June Ann Beal, Roberta
Beard, Betty Beardsley, Helen Bird, Betty Bolen, Bar-
bara Buck, Evelyn Campbell, Rosemary Campbell, Vir-
ginia Carter, XVilletta Church, Eileen Clifton, Jean
Coapstick, Margery Cohee, Maxine Cooke, Catherine
Culbertson, Roberta Corns, Lena Dellinger, Emma Jean
Dowden, Mary Dunham, Frances Emmons, Cora Bell
Erskin, Julia Faust, Margery Forrest, Phyllis Fulkerson,
Margaret Fuller, Gladys Galeener, Virginia Goldsberry,
Margaret Gould, Rita Greenland, Catherine Gregg,
Rosemary Guard, Katherine Harrison, Bonnie Heaton,
Anabelle Hiatt, Vivian I-Iickerson, jean Higbee, Del-
ores Hulfer, Irene Huffer, Bonnie L. Hufford, Helena
Hunsicker, Flora jane Jarrell, Betty johnson, Ruth
Ann Kaylor, Cathei'ine Kern, Margaret Kirkpatrick,
Ann Knoll, Madge Languell, Jean Laymon, Marjorie
Lewis, Pat Lynch, Mary Maish, Rosalyn Mark, Lois
McBride, Loree McBride, Darleen McCord, Betty Mc-
Coy, Margie McKinsey, Inez Meneely, Wilma Miller,
Betty Mincemoyer, Dorothy Mitchell, Suzanne Moore,
Virginia Morrow, Martha Pyles, Virginia Raabe, Louise
Reed, Mary E. Ricker, Lenore Seheirer, Virginia Shep-
herd, Betty Snorgrass, Helen Spencer, joan Spray, Julian
Strawn, Kathryn Sullivan, Maxine Taylor, Mary
Thompson, Annabelle Utterback, Martha Xvainscott,
Maxine XY'ainscott, Rosemary W'alton, Barbara W'il-
liams, Ailene XVilson, Thelma Wfright, Helen Zobrist,
Meriam Azen, Barbara Balfe, Betty Blinn, Beverley
Boots, Anna Bower, Earleen Bryson, Martha Cahoon,
Margaret Carey, Lillian Colgrove, Mary Collins, -lean
Conrad, Mary Endres, Joan Ferguson, Helen Fickle,
Marilyn Fournier, Mary Francisco, Mary Grace, Mir-
garet Grosswiler, Mildred Hart, Delores Hazelwood,
Alice Hoffman, June Hoyer, Lorene Huffer, Margaret
Hyman, Betty jones, Marcia Kelley, Maxine Kenney,
Mary Kramer, Freda Larsh, Rowena Lucas, Lois Maish,
Marcia Maish, Gloria McCoy, Bette Mecum, jean Mess-
more, Helen Morris, Betty Mundell, Martha Myers,
Alice Pickett, Mary Plunkett, Jeanette Randolph, Mary
See, Deloris Sheets, Mary Sheridan, Jean Sloan, Dorothy
Smith, Virginia Sparrow, Joan Stewart, Britta Stokes,
Lorene Strode, Margaret Thompson, Hildred Traylor,
Lois Turner, Betty Utterback, Anna Mae Vail, Pauline
Vaughn, Pauline Wfeir, Pauline Wfilliams.
Fifty-three sophomores, and twenty-live freshmen.
The purpose of this organization is to promote higher standards of
athletics in Frankfort High School. Their slogan is MA real lighter never
has breath enough to say 'I quitl' " Their colors are Blue and Wfhite.
Their accomplishments have been thehir annual Blanket Hop, Banquet,
and Big Broadcast.
The oiilicers are as follows: Robert Agnew, presidentg Jr. Thomp-
son, vice-presidentg David Adams, secretary-treasurerg Joe Shepard,
sargeant at armsg Mr. Case and Mr. Rohrbaugh, sponsors.
G. A. A.
The G. A. A. is an athletic association which is open to all high
school girls. The purpose of this organization is to promote interest in
athletic activities among the girls, as a means of promoting physical
efficiency, scholarship, and good sportsmanship.
To retain membership one must earn at least ten points each six
weeks. The points are earned by participating in the after school acti-
vities which are oifered two evenings a week. The oiiicers are, Eileen
Clifton, presidentg Phyllis Wiedner, vice presidentg Gladys Galeener,
treasurerg and Brittta Sttokes, secretary. Maxine Cooke is the High Life
The Math Club is a well and long established organization. Its pur-
pose is to create and maintain interest in higher mathematics and cal-
The Honor Math Award is given to the senior who has the highest
scholastic rating in math for 4 years work. The award is a Wooden plaque.
This is the highest honor for work in math that any student in F. H. S.
The orl-iccrs for the first semester were: President, -I-:lin Strange: Vice President, David Adams:
Secretary, Terry Recd: 'l're.isnrer, Lloyd Strain,
The nrlicers for ilw second semester were: President, John Strange: Vice President, Toni Mc-
This club is one of the oldest clubs in Frankfort High School. It's
purpose is to stimulate interest in the culture and civilization of ancient
Rome and to encourage it through the study of the ancient Writers and
their interpretation of their times. It functions through membership
participation in plays, broadcasts, reports, and games. It supplements
class Work in affording opportunity for individual initiative in further
The social function this year, as usual, was a Christmas party. The
decorations were blue and white.
The orlicers .irc .is follows: Suvanne Nlonre, prusidentg john Strange, vice-president, ,lack Harsh-
lnm. secretary: Billie .lean NL'Cs, treasurtr: .ind Mrs. Heaton, sponsor.
Murtrt-rg Secretary, Raymond Nlcijillq .ind Trt-.isnrer, ,Inu Hanger.
ARTS CLUB '
At the meeting of the Arts Club the students have been shown
moving pictures and hand made lantern slides. The club visited the
public library to view the old paintings on display there.
The officers for the first semester, were Paul Johnson, President,
Robert Wainscott, Vice President, Richard Ramot, Secretary, and
Frances Harland, Treasurer.
The officers for the second semester were Avis Stewart, Presidcntg Jeanne Daywitt, Vice President'
Doyal Brandt, Sccretaryg Frances Harland, Treasurer.
This year the dramatics class presented as its annual play "The
Big Front," written by Clark Willard, one of Hollywoodis foremost
It was given April 7, in Central Auditorium.
The cast included: Marilyn Fournier, George Burns, Robert Agnew,
Joan Fergfuson, Phyllis Johnson, Ed Robison, John Collins, Jean Rowe,
Joe O'Rear, Betty Elliot, Wanda Teegarden, Helen Garrot, Betty Mince-
moyer, and Wally Irwin.
"The Big Frontn was a hilarious three-act satirical comedy. Dr.
Smith had to learn to put on a "big frontn before he could become a
, Gaim, ,,.x K- V .Y,,
Today as we visited Frankfort High School, the Forum was dis-
cussing Pro and Con the question, "Shall the United States boycott
The preamble and purpose of the Forum is "to promote and foster
interest in public speaking and to generally promote the spirit of Frank-
for High School." The project of the Forum this year has been panel
or round table discussion.
The utlieers are: President. Gene Rodenberger: Vice President, joe Hangerg Secretary, Yvally
Irwin: Treasurer. james Goat.
The purpose of this club is to interest pupils in the knowledge of
parliamentary law procedure.
The SA student receiving the Indiana Banner for the highest grade
in Indiana History was Jake Ruch.
They held their third annual homecoming banquet and dance
Interesting programs were given by different members of the club
on such topics as: Anthony Wfayne, Rushmore Mt. in South Dakota,
Muscle Shoals, Niagara Falls, Grand Canyon of the Colorado, and Con-
stitutional Hall at Philadelphia.
The first semester otlieers were: President, Kl.irg.iret Ann Hyman, Vice President, Russell Knippg
Seeret.1t'y, -lack liickleg Treasurer. Metiris Smith.
The second semester orhcers .irez Presitlent, Anim l'mwe1': Vice President, glue Bill Sibbittq Secre
llfy, hI.'ll'l.!lI Gwynng Tre.1stirer, Teddy Eggers.
The club is sponsored by Mr. Hampton.
Under the capable coaching of William Floyd, the debaters started
their season in October. Almost any morning from 8:00 to 8:30 there
could be heard discussion on "Resolved: that Indiana should adopt a
system of unicameral legislation." John Strange, Marilyn Fournier, and
Pat Hays always argued for the questiong while Virginia Raabe, Bob
Mohr, and Joe Hazelwood argued against it. john Strange, who had
been in debate three years, was the captain of the team.
The Hrst trip the teams made was to Purdue to the Debators Con-
ference. Following that there were trips made to Anderson, Indianapolis,
Terre Haute, and other places in the state. There were three seniors, two
juniors, and one sophomore on the team.
The National Forensic League, National High School Speech Frat-
ernity, includes all those high school students who have been in inter-
scholastic speech. With each debate, oratorical contest, extemporaneous,
or declamation contest, the speaker is awarded pointsgand when a mini-
mum of fifteen points is reached the student is admitted to the N. F. L.
The president of our chapter is John Strange, and the secretary is
Marilyn Fournier. At the end of the season, the members are awarded
N. F. L. keys.
The purpose of the Staccato Club, is to further music in the school
and community. Membership is extended to high school girls who are
connected in some Way with the music department. Their social func-
tion of the year was the Staccato Club dance, which was held at the
Country Club April 22. The officers are: President, Margaret Hymang
Vice President, Margery Coheeg Secretary, Margery Forrestg Treasurer,
Bonnie Huffordq and Miss Nixon, sponsor.
The Glee Club is ll group of girls trained by Miss Nixon, sponsor,
for choral singing. The Glee Club also assists in putting on the operettn.
Membership this year was the largest it has ever been. The girls are
given full credit in this club.
The Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. DeBard, has had a highly
successful year playing concerts and special programs. Several string
ensembles composed of orchestra members have also furnished many
programs throughout the year for school, church, and civic functions.
The orchestra has remained in First Division at the State Contest
for the last three years and entered the State Contest again this year. It
has also been given a good rating at the last two National Orchestra
The Orchestra had a total of sixty students. They are as follows:
Jo Anderson, Vera Arndt, Berdena Akers, Geraldine Baker, Betty Bar-
ker, Billy Baum, Vera Brittain, James Compton, Catherine Culbertson,
Eva Eikenberry, Frances Emmons, Dick Foust, Neva Foust, Joan Fer-
guson, Julia Forrest, Margery Forrest, Merit Golf, Nina Hailman, Irene
Huffer, Lorene Huifer, Helena Hunsicker, Donna Irwim, Ruth Ann
Kaylor, Betty Kern, Lois McBride, Loree McBride, jean Messmore, Peggy
Messmore, Walter Mihay, Helen Morris, Gerald Myers, Wayne Myers,
Barbara Owens, Alfreda Patch, Norma Peters, Louise Peterson, Junior
Phillipo, Lucille Regan, Terry Reed, Kenneth Reese, Wilma Rodgers,
Betty Sellars, Barbara Shore, Vivian Shore, Jean Sloan, Karl Smith, Lois
Turner, Eloise Volz, Betty West, and David Whitmore.
The Band, has been one of the outstanding organizations of the
high school for many years. The band has competed in the district and
state contest several times and in the national three times.
The band played at all the home football and basketball games and
also journeyed to Anderson and Lafayette to play. For the first time the
band has had two drum majors, namely, Bob Myers, and Lewis Benjamin.
The Band and Orchestra Parent Organization have sponsored two
dances after games and planned a fair to help pay for uniforms and trips
out of town.
Under the direction of Mr. Thomas, the band grows every year.
At present it has a membership of eighty students. They are: Billie Al-
bright, Edwin Badgley, Bill Barker, Bill Baum, Betty Beardsley, john
Beardsley, Margaret Black, Barbara Buck, Byron Campbell, Don Chand-
ler, Ralph Claudy, Eileen Clifton, Lillian Colgrove, Dorothy Collins,
John Collins, Mary Collins, Bob Cohee, Don Cummings, Rupert Evans,
Dick Faust, Jim Gaddis, Lynette Garrison, Bob Gee, Mary Gladding,
Merritt Goff, Avanel Harrison, Jack Harshman, Helena Hunsicker,
Maurice Huffer, Wfally Irwin, john johnson, Franklin Jones, Delores
Kaylor, Ruth Ann Kaylor, Ralph Kelly, Bob Kern, Betty Kerns, Herbert
Killmer, Leo LaBaw, Barbara LaCroix, Bob LaCroix, Bob Lanum, Joe
Bill Lockwood, John Maxon, Peggy Messmore, joe McDonald, Tom
McMurtry, Omer Michaels, Helen Ruth Morris, Harold Moyars, Ken-
neth Owens, Mary Rose Palmer, Bob Peterson, Junior Phillipo, Bob
Pierce, Phyllis Price, Elizabeth Price, Virginia Rapp, Terry Reed, Ken-
neth Reese, Don Robison, Maurice Robison, Jake Ruch, Melvin Sheets,
Joe Bill Sibbitt, Bill Snyder, Wfinifred Spurgeon, Delores Stine, Bob
Talbert, Jim Tedford, Mary Alice Thompson, Phyllis Wfidener, Bob
XVright, and drum majors, Bob Myers and Lewis Benjamin.
1:40 - 3:50
After that short period of relaxation, we
go to our classes with renewed vigor. Stu-
dents rush from one building to another,
the halls are one great mass of hurrying
feet, girlish laughter, gay greeting, and then
the bell rings announcing that it is time to
end our play and return to Hnish our day's
Work. On the right We have the junior
officers, Robert Coleman, Wfilliam Ryan,
Phillip Robinson, and Merritt Golf. The
junior class will be found at the end of this
W'hen we start back to school this after-
noon after having observed the various ac-
tivities, let us go to another shop class, un-
" 3- der Mr. Blunk. This
ii department offers three
hundred different types
of work. The boys take
a course in metal work,
making different objects
in tin, and doing general
repair work around the
school which comes un-
der their class of work.
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John lfmmit, Paul Guycr. Robert
Hcmmcrling, james Lewis, Charles
Rlcliinzic, Charles McCrcary, Ray-
mand Moore. Lewis, Nowlan.
Frank Ottcrman, Earl Reagan,
Harold Shulcr, Leon Brower, .lack
Sump, Charles Marks. Lcc Pilzcr.
Kenneth Robbins, XY'altcr Lin-
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Perhaps you will be interested in a neat attractive and efficient
secretary. Miss C3FH6ld,S shorthand class is the place where better sec-
retaries are in the making. The ultimate aim of every shorthand student
is to become a good secretary. She must master the fundamentals of
shorthand, and it is in this class where it is determined if the student
is satisfactory for the work.
The first semester classes were ably taught by Miss XVoodward.
Ifrank Ashley, Mildred Bassett,
Mary Helen Baum, jean Beau-
champ, llelen Bird, Esther Bragg,
Mary Calhoun, Maxine Cwke, Em-
ma jean Dowden, Margery For-
rest, -Ioan Goldsherry, Mildred
Good, Iisther Groves, Vivian Hick-
erson, Alice Hoffman, June Hoyer,
Bonnie Hufford, Betty Johnson,
Mary Maish, Dorothy Mitchell,
Triiah Neher, Bevelyn Painter.
Maxine Quick, Jean Randolph,
Dorothy Smith, liathryr, Sullivan.
Mary Alice Thompson, Hildred
Traylor, Lois Turner, AT1li'll.1
XVainseott, Ma X in e XVainscott
Ailcne Yfilson, Betty Young.
i Business English is speciiically concerned with the application ot
English in business. The chief emphasis is laid on the Writing of letters
because letters form so large a part of all business. The meaning and use
of business Words and phrases are stressed. Miss Bond is the teacher.
Barbara Balfe, Betty Blinn, Loren
Brower, Billy Campbell, Mary
Collins, Jean Conrad, Helen Pickle,
Don Foster, Mary Francisco, Ioyce
Goldsberry, Betty Hackerd, Eliza-
beth Huff, Charles Johnson, Max-
ine Kaser, Marcia Kelly, Bethena
Kemmerer, Freda Larsh, Rowena
Lucas, Marcia Maish, Harrison
Michael, Roberta Morrison, Mary
Palmer, Mary Plunkett, Rex Rei-
gan, Joan Stewart, Anna Vail,
Robert Zipperian, Lowell Meyers.
Mary Ellen Ashley, Nathetta Ba-
ker, Virginia Barnaby, Bemiece
Carey, Virginia Donoho, Roscoe
Fanning, loc Gilbert, Margaret
Grafton, Harold Groves, Max
johnson. Dolores Kaylor, Helen
Kern, Leona Massey, jane Mathews,
john Maxson, LeRoy McManama,
Wlilter Mihay, John Mincemoyer,
Patricia Moore, Esther Mynes, Vir-
ginia Nance, Helen Padgett, Helen
Phillips, Clera Robison, Wlilliam
Sharp, Ted Spaulding, Frances
Stevens, Robert Suits, John 'Wealt-
ley, David NY"itmore, Robert 'Wil-
liams, Delores Foster.
This Algebra class, under the supervision of Miss May, is learning
the fundamentals of Algebra. They study literal numbers, simple equa-
tions, formulas, fractional equations, ratios, proportionate graphs, and
solve problems containing two or more unknowns.
Bobby Gee, Tom Major, Ethel
Mann, Yirginia McGrath, John
Nleliinney, XY'illi.1ni Mchltirtrv,
Gene Michael, Mary Nlihay, Klar-
garcr Miller, Martha Miller, Mary
Miller, Bertha Mitchner. Betty
Moore, Helen Myers, XX'ayne My-
ers, Phyllis Nees, Ted Needlinger.
George New, Mary Norris, Tom
O'l'l.ir.i, Nlelba Ohleniacher, john
Oster, Betty Payne, Helen Perkins.
Gene Pickering, Nluanita Posey.
Phyllis Price, Albert Puckett, Phyl-
lis Purdue, Billy Randolph, Chris-
tina Raiidolpli, Carl Rash, Lucille
Reagan, Augustus Rice, Rnibcii
Rieker, liranees Robbins, Elim-
lwesli Rodgers. Dale Ruse.
Mr. Hamptons history class is concerned with a study of Indiana.
The students learn how Indiana has grown from a part of the North-
west territory to an important state of the union. For projects, there
are special reports and work books. The contract method is taught
whereby each student can study according to his own grade level.
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stress the ability to make accurate sketches.
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Next is Miss Gallup's art class. Miss Gallup is another new teacher.
The students study forms of lettering, spacing, principles of posted mak-
ing, jewelry making, leather work, pencil sketching, perspective, design
principles-variety, color and harmony-still life with crayons, and
Beverly Boots, Doyal Brandt, Jack
Pickle, Anabelle Hiatt. Leonard
Maxey, Lois Miller, Gerald O'Neil,
Dale Phillips, Margaret Reed, Inez
Stubley, Annabelle Thompson.
Mr. Wood directs these students to acquaint themselves with Shakes-
peare through an intensive study of one of his simplest plays-"The
Merchant of Venice." In addition, they study sentence structure, parts
of speech, written expression, and a study of the library and a number
of good books.
Billy Baum, Bonnie Bogan, Bobby
Bolen, Robert Buntin, Laurabclle
Carr, Isabelle Coy, Dorothy Dean,
Elizabeth Downs, Robert Dukes,
Ijva Iiikenberry, .Iewell Emmett,
Marlha Harmon, Betty Igney, lil-
sie Israel, ,laelt jarrell, Edde
Lynch, Harley McGuire, Nvilehi-
mina Melntosh, Margaret MCMA-
hon, Helen Michael, Maxine Mi
cluel, llarry Middleton, fhelma
Myers, Beth Miller, Doris Ohh:-
nangher, Eva Robison, Garlaad
Slmnabarger, Robert Shaver, Bev-
erly Smith, Morris Speitcl, Richard
Spray, Vera Stewart, Billy W'a5n- i
scott, Frances XVetzel, Margaret i
2:50 - 3:50
Maurice Alter, Doris Ayers, Clem-
ent Boland, Billy Buclianan. Billy
Carter. Lillian Clark. Effie Cod-
dington, Neva Faust, lfllis FykCS.
james Gaddis, Mary Gladding,
Frederick Goldsberry, Frances Har-
land, ,lack Harshman. Robert
Henderson, Doris Kelly, Anna
Knipp, Halel Lewis, Myrtle hit-
cliael, lfya Neibrand, Henry Palil-
ke, Max Payne, Patil Price. Harold
Rabanus, Mary Richer, John Rog-
ers, XYilma lingers, Kenneth Roush,
,lean R-uve, Betty Sellers, Katherine
Stephenson, Mary Lou Thatcher.
Ruth Thayer, Betty XY'est, Helen
Young, Miriam Young.
This is where Mr. Curtis presents a panorama of Wforld History
to a class suffering with 6th period alertnessg however, be not too much
moved by their seeming fatigue. The study centers around the growth
and organization of Modern European nations. They study the civiliza- A
tion of Greece and Rome from medieval times to modern times.
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The emaculate sanctoriuin which we are about to enter is the place
where science is presented in degrees of exnctitude. It is the place where
Mr. Belcher presents the study of matter and energy and its practical
application to mechanics, heat, magnetism, electricity, sound, and light.
The problems here are the problems of the home, shop, and farm.
Lewis Beniamin, Harold Burks,
Charles Dean, Earle Duncan, Mar-
garet Fuller, Dehvayne Gunyon,
james Henning, Harold Howe,
XY'aiter jnlinson. Betty Kerns, Imo-
gene Laymon, john Lynch, julia
Mann. Betty McCoy, joe McDon-
ald, Gerald Myers, Hobart Peter.
Lenore Schcirer, jack Scircle, Rob-
ert Shearer, Maxine Sheets, Max
Smith, james Stokes, Helen Myer.
It is trueg math is
grade math class, math is made meaningful and useful for the millions.
Here mathematics is taught in its application to the cost in maintaining
the individual, home, business, and government.
1Al'Ll1Llf Allan, Lawrence Astolfi,
liranklin Blacker, john BreWCl'.
Ch-mer liushman, Marvin Cam-
bridge, Byron Campbell, Dorothea
Campbell, Helen Campbell, Vir-
ginia Carney, Mary Childress. Ruth
Conrad, Derward Coy, Virginia
Cripe, Ruth Cross, Don Cum-
mings, Ralph Danner, Hope Die-
terle, Ralph Dobam, Medford
Dnnolio, Pauline Duty, XValter
Dunbar, lion Iiillilll, Vernell Fer-
guson, Martha Fidler, Don Gor-
man, Virginia Grissom, lla Hanger.
Lim-iiilie.i Harland, XValter Harri-
son, Rachel Haynes, Georgia
Hedge, Patty Hobbs, Lance How-
ard. Billy Howe, Bill jarrell, Mary
Matrix, XVilliam Morphew, jake
Rush, Billy Snyder.
Avanel Harrison, Ross Michael.
Alma ,lean Ryan, Violet Sharp,
Bonnie Sherrill, Mildred Shives,
Vivian Shure, ,loan Sipe, Mariorie
Smith, Mary Sparrow, Nancy
Clarence Stevens. Allen Stone, Lu-
eyellen Strain, Ifvelyn Street.
lranii Tlinmpsoii, Roberta Tut-
Lflterback, junior XValker, Mary
Ann W'ann, Flossie XVarren,
ham Znbrist, Marvin Zook.
General Science attempts the presentation of a useful and practical
application of the more important fields of science. Much new and use-
ful equipment for clarifying and demonstrating scientific principles,
has been added in the General Science Division. Interesting references,
lantern slides, charts, and moving pictures are used by Mr. Swearingen
to stimulate interest.
necessary to the millions. In Miss Knox's sth
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iSpradling. Mary ,lo Springer,
George Strode. Harold Suit, Rub-
ert Swanson, Peter Terpinas,
Ile, XVard Underwood, Bonnie
Marie XVells, Schorling XVilliams,
Zora YVilliams, Noble Lee XVilson,
Virginia XVilSun, Hollaee Xlfisc,
Louise XY'right, Muriel Yuill, XVil4
Berd-ena Akers, Virginia Amieh,
Dale Appel, Miriam Azen, Barbara
Balfe, NVilliam Barker, jean Beau-
champ, Paul Benge, Alvin Benjamin,
Margaret Black, Betty Blinn, Bev-
erly Boots, Anna Bower, Loren
Brower, Herbert Brown, Elva Brum-
barger, Iiarleen Bryson, Martha Ca-
hoon, Mary Calhoun, Billy Camp'
bell, Morris Campbell, Margaret
Carey, Bradford Carr, Bill Carr,
james Chelem. Robert Clemens.
Maurice Coil, Lillian Colgrove, Marv
Collins, jean Conrad, W'endell Cook,
Lvajean Curbeaux, Rosemarie Davey.
Dan Davis, Evelyn Davison, john
Dieterle, john Dorner, Paul Douglaa,
Robert Downer, Doris Eikenberrv,
Betty Elliott, Mary lindres, Bob Far-
rell, joan Ferguson, Helen Fickle,
Don Foster, Marilyn Fournier, Marv
Francisco, Everett Fry, Helen Gar-
rott, Merrit Goff. joan Goldsberrv,
joyce Goldsberry. joe Grace, Mari
Grace, Robert Grace, Margaret
llsther Groves, Robert Groves,
Betty Haekerd, Mildred Hart, Rich-
ard Hart, Pat Hayes, Delores Hayel-
wood, Leonard Henthorn, Ciene
ldlifflll, Robert Hiatt, Bob Hibbard.
Neil lligbee, Alice Hoifnian, james
Hollis, Morris Howe, june Hoyer.
lilizabeth Huff, Lorene Hutfer, Mar-
garet Hyman, Nvally lrwin, Doris
jackson, Mary jackson, Carroll
johnson, Charlet johnson, john
johnson Betty jones, Franklin jones.
Maxine Kaser, Virginia Keith, Don
Kelly, Marcia Kelly, Ralph Kelley.
Bethena Kenimerer, Maxine Kenney.
Robert Klippel, Russell Knipp, Bob
LaCroix, Freda Larsh, Melvin Leach,
john Leger, Oscar Leifitner, june
long, Rowena Lucas, Iidtvard Mad-
dox, Lois Maish, Marcia Maish. Lorene
Martin, Tex Matthews, Gloria Mc-
Coy, lirnext Mcfiill, 'liioni McMurtry,
Bette Meciini, jean BlCNSIIIUI'C, Har!
rison Michael. Omar Michael, Mar-
ion Miller, llelen Morris, Roberta
Morrison, Harold Moyer, Betty Mun-
dell, Lowell Myers, Martha Mveix.
Norris, O'Rear, Painter, Palmer.
Pateh, Pickett, Plunkett, Priee, Pyle,
Randolph, Randolph, Reagan, Ricker,
Robison, Robison, Rogers, See, Shall,
Shanks, Sharp, Sharp, Sheets, Sheets.
Sheridan, Shipley, Shore, Sipes, Sli-
pher, Sloan, Smith, Sparrow, Stewart,
Stokes, Strode, Swarford, Thompson,
Teeguarden, Toney, Traylor, Turner,
Unroe, Utterback, Vail, Van Tyle,
Vaughn, Xvarren, XY'et7el, Xvifdner,
Wiley, XY'illian1s, XY'oodhouse, Xvright,
XYright, Young, Zipperian.
Let us remind you that Frankfort has
one of the most efficient and outstanding
athletic plants in Indiana. Its traditions in
competition on the hardwood and athletic
fields are many.
Track, basketball, football, archery, soc-
cer, volleyball, and other intermural sports
contribute to our ability to produce out-
The girls enjoy inter-class competition,
but the boys strive for keener competition.
In fact, they like it so well they even prac-
tice after school and after supper to make
themselves superior. Want to see some ac-
tion? Here it is!
The Frankfort High School Nighthnwks
successfully battled through one of the most clif-
iicult seasons in the :annals of the Frankfort
football history. Under the able leadership of Co-
Captnins Agnew and Thompson, the boys pictured
on this page closed their season at Kirklin after
winning six games, losing two, and tying one.
Three of the boys, Lynch, enclg Burks, guard,
and Thompson, guard, received recognition on
the all-state selection.
Much of the teamls success was due to the
strenuous efforts of the reserves, who were Gene
l-lertel, Maurice Robison, Bill Buchanan, Leonard
l-lenthorne, Bob Murray, Leland Hawkins,
lnwu Inn Suites, I'l.iruld liurks, so-captain jr. lhompson.
Rnmoml Xltbill bill Barker, Kenneth Reynolds, llrncst McGill,
Colth Riymond Rolimlmtigli.
Bob LaCroix, Charles Johnson, Charles Shanklin,
Bill Carter, and Charles McCre:iry.
Coaches Rohrabaugh and Ronzone are ex-
l peering great performances from these boys next
1 fall. Following is the record for the 1937 season:
l Frankfort 15 ,,.,,,,e,ee,,e,e,,,,,,e.,,,e,ee, Sheridan 7
l Frankfort 19 ,,,. ,,,, N Iilford 12
1 Frankfort 0 ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, Lafayette S
Frankfort Z5 ,,,,, Knightstown U
Frankfort 7 ,,,,, .,,, L ogansport 7
Frankfort 19 t,.r, , Kirklin 0
Frankfort 7 6
IS ,,,r, ,, , Kirklin U
,, Anderson 1-4
Co-captain Bob Agnew, John Lynch, Yk'fIQ'IlJl'Ll Sheets, Raul Ransom
Bufluln Run :
Dave Adams, Bill Teegardcn, Earl Duncan. Lliarlus Dean.
The Frankfort Fighting Five fought through another season of
basketball with a very Hne record. The team started the season showing
great possibilities. They went through the first five games with but one
loss and that was to the Tipton Blue Devils. In December the Casemen
hit a slump and lost five straight games and Hnally emerged on January
1, in the Vincennse Old Post tournament. The Casemen lost their first
game to ,Iasper in the afternoon tilt and broke their long loosing streak
that night with a decisive victory over the Bedford Stonecutters by a
score of 29 to 16. This started the team moving. In the last two months
of the season, they won every game reversing their early stride with
eighteen straight victories. In the North Central Conference, Frank-
fort placed first with the Muncie Bearcats, after Kokomo had held
the top berth most of the season.
The team was composed of a very line group of boys. Strict train-
ing and the "Never give up" spirit made possible their great success.
The starting lineup in most of the games was Shepard, and Agnew,
forwards, Johnson, centerg and Lynch and Wise, guards. John Lynch
was unable to play with the team at the first of the season because of
a foot ailment, but later he got in stride with the rest and was elected
captain of the team.
Ransom and Cooke were the most prominent reserves. E. McGill,
Glass, Brower, R. McGill and Davis also saw some action during the
season. All of the first five but Johnson and three reserves were seniors
and their places will be hard to fill next year. Charles Johnson was
second in the North Central Conference individual scoring race. He
was only one point behind the winner.
Top In Bnffoms Robert Agnew.
,loc Shepard. Charles johnson.
Gordon NY'ise. john Lynch.
Rawl Ransom. .
Coach Case selected Shepard, Agnew, Johnson, Lynch, Wise, Ran-A
som, Cooke, Glass, E. McGill, and Davis to represent Frankfort in the
sectional tournament. Frankfort's first foe in the tourney was Sugar
Creek who put up a brave fight but was defeated by a score of 48
to 15. The next opponent was Kirklin, who put up the toughest op-
position to the Fighting Five in the tourney, but came out on the short
end of a 53 to 22 score. In the final game Frankfort played Rossville,
who had won their way to the finals by defeating Colfax, Forest, and
Michigontown. Frankfort played the best game of the tournament
that night, defeating the Hornets by a score of 44 to 23 and earning the
right to go to the Regional Tourney.
The Regional Tourney was held at the Jefferson High School gym-
nasium in Lafayette. Lebanon and Jeff played the first game with Jeff
winning 36 to 25. Frankfort and Oxford played next, and the Fighting
Five outchanced the Oxford boys by a score of 55 to 27. At eight Sat-
urday night the Jefferson Bronchos and the Fighting Five met in a
very hard fought battle with Frankfort emerging as a winner by a score
of 30 to 26. 4
The Semi-Final Tourney was again at Lafayette. Hammond and
Rochester played at 2 o'clock, and the Hammond Wildcats defeated
the Rochester Zebras by a score of 23 to 19. Frankfort and Delphi
played at 3 o,clock and the Fighting Five stretched their victory belt
one more notch by a score of 27 to 14. That night the great Hammond
team upset the Fighting Five in one of the year's best played games.
The Wildcats went on to the state finals and were defeated by South
Side of Ft. Wayne in the final game.
The record for the 1938 season:
Southport 2 7 20 Lebanon .... .. .... 36 19
TiPf0f1 --fff - 16 21 Lafayette .... ,, ..,. 26 25
Rossville 47 15 New Castle g - 31 18
Muncie .... .. 26 22
L A Lebanon ,...... .. .... 44 38
ogansport 29 25
Technical .,.,. 25 27 Kokomo 23 26
-Ieiliersonville . . 14 25 Anderson ., .. 29 24
Kokomo --.-..-..- 19 21 Lafayette ........,.. ...... .... 2 S 2 3
Marlon """""" "'o """"""" 2 2 37 Richmond ,,,,,,, ,.,..,., , , 27 20
TOURNEY AT VINCENNES Horace Mann fGaryj , , 39 26
lasper g-----gggg Vwgg gvgfgqgq -gg- I I -ggg 2 0 23 W. Lafayette 25 21
Bedford ,,,, .,,,,,, 2 9 16 Logansport H .... .,.., . 31 18
Top io Bolfnmz Ernest McGill.
Vernon Glass, Lewis Cooke.
Raymond McGill. Daniel Da-
vis, Loren Brower.
The Frankfort High School tracksters were one of the strongest
teams this year in Central Indiana.
Among the outstanding performers on the team were Dave Adams,
Charles johnson, Joe Shepard, and Bob Agnew.
The team swamped Sheridan in the first meet by a score of 69 to
The Casemen participated in the Southport Relays on April 20
and in the Delphi Relays on April 30.
The Central Indiana Track and Field Meet was held at Stott Field
on May 4. A queen and her attendants were chosen to present awards,
making a colorful affair.
A dual meet was scheduled with jeff of Lafayette on May 10.
The Sectional Meet was held on May 14 at Lafayette with the
State Meet being held at Indianapolis on May 21.
In as much as this book must be printed before the last month
of school, we cannot give you the scores of all the meets.
The Frankfort High School "B" team under the 'able guidance
of their new coach, Larry Farrell, proved that there will be a very
promising future for the Fighting Five. They won ten games and lost
ten games. The ones lost were by narrow margins.
Larry Farrell proved to be a very able coach. His record in the
past with county teams has told of his success, and this year's team was
The leading scorers for the team were Car and Wetzel. The ability
of long range shooting from the guards was a great asset to the team.
With Pyles as the towering defense man, the team made many great
stands against their opponents. Leach was one of the hardest lighters
on the team.
F.H.S. Opp. F.H.S. Opp.
Southport ,,,e,, ...... 1 2 10 Lebanon ,,,. . 21 24
Tipton ,,,,.. ...... 1 7 28 Jeff ...,.,... 21 10
Rossvillc .. ,. ...... 30 15 Kirklin .,,, 22 12
Muncie ,,,,,,,,,,i. ...... 1 3 16 Lebanon Z3 26
Logansport ,,e... ,,..,, 2 1 19 Anderson ..,. 10 13
Technical i...., 21 19 Kokomo .,,e ..., . . 18 22
Kokomo ,,,,, .,... 2 0 Z3 Richmond .,,,, 12 23
Xlarion ,,,,,,.,,..,...,,,. .,,,,,,,,, 1 6 24 XVCSK Side ,,,, ......... . . 25 14
' I O
INTERCLASS SOCCER CHAMPIONS
Darleen McCord, Captain, Betty Kerns, Virginia Goldsberry,
Gladys Galeener, Rita Greenland, Barbara William, Eileen Clifton,
Margery Forrest, Margery Cohee, Anabelle Hiatt, Helena Hunsicker,
Margaret Fuller, Violet Palmer, and Mary Elizabeth Ricker.
The Interclass soccer championship was won this year by the Senior
team. They defeated the Freshmen by a score of 2 to 0, and then fol-
lowed up with a victory over the Juniors to the tune of 2 to 1.
Juniors defeated by Seniors, 2 to 1, Britta Stokes, Captain, Hildred
Traylor, Mary E. Sheridan, Margaret Grosswiler, Joyce Goldsberry,
Phyllis Wfeidner, Martha Cahoon, Joan Goldsberry, Pauline Vaughn,
Esther Groves, Mary Francisco, Lorene Strode, Delores Hazelwood, and
Sophomores defeated the Juniors, 9 to 0. Betty Bower, Captain,
Helen Simmons, Kathryn Jackson, Mary Ham, Betty McEwen, Kathryn
McDonal, Maxine Hite, Donna Wickham, Ruth Thayer, Ruth Benja-
min, Julia Brittain, Delores Cantwell, Wfanda Teegarten, and Florence
Freshman defeated by the Seniors, 2 to 0. Betty jo Zerfas, Cap-
taing Patty Hobbs, Margaret Grafton, Bernice Carey, Maxine Wessel,
Francis Wetzel, Martha Major, Mary Galey, Marian Morrow, Belva
Curbeaux, Beth Miller, and Patricia Moore.
. , 1-M., We Q" 4 up V
' . Pie W-1' .g , is 5,
The Interclass Volleyball Tournament was Won by Maxine Hite's
team over Helen Morris' fourth period team after a very close game.
At the half, Helen's team was leading by six points. In the second half
Maxine's team stepped in and chalked up a good lead before the fourth
period team realized what had happened. Wheii they did wake up, it
was too late to do anything, and Maxine's team won by four points.
Volleyball is the main winter sport in the girl,s gym classes. They
play this about twelve weeks out of every school year. Much spirit and
enthusiasm is aroused during the tournament time.
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This picture shows girls participating in one of the favorite of
the girl's sports, archery. The archery equipment was added to the
Physical Education Department in 1936. Since then much interest has
been shown in this old English sport.
Archery is taught to the restricted gym classes, and also the girls
in G. A. A. are permitted the use of the bows and arrows.
Interest in archery has just been revived in recent years in Indiana,
and tournaments are being held in Brown County State Park.
We hope you have enjoyed this
day in Frankfort High School. You
have met the administrators of our
school, have been introduced to our
principle and his staff, and have
visited the various class rooms Where
students and teachers work together.
Time passes on, and we now pres-
ent the choice products of our high
school . . . the Seniors.
1936 was a big year for both
lun Kim: -Ioan Spray, President, Mr. Hanger, Sponsorg Claude
Thompson, jr., 'Vice-president.
xiimnl Run: Robert Agnew. Sccretaryg ,loc Shepard, T'ru.1surcr'
Flora jane klarrell, Corresponding Secretary.
The class of 1958, the largest ever to leave the eighth grade, entered
High School into a "golden eraw in
Qui' class has received some of the
ta es of an I class ever to raduate
S I S
In 1935 our girls, gymnasium
athletic equipment has been added.
educational progress and expansion.
most wonderful educational advan-
from Frankfort High School.
was remodeled. From time to time
Now bad-minton, ping-pong, arch-
ery, and shuffle board are a few of the activities offered.
Frankfort citizens and students. In
that year our high school won the state basketball championship. Also,
the orchestra and band students were presented with a music building.
This building is one of the most modern in the state.
1937 was one of the most important years of our career. The out-
standing social event of the year was our Junior-Senior Prom, which
was the most colorful prom ever attended by Frankfort students. Dick
Cisne and his band furnished the music. During this year, the Science
Hall, the most modern and complete science building in Indiana, was
added to our school plant. In the Spring of this year our football stadium
was completed at Stott Field. Another important addition to our school
system was a functional vocational guidance, personnel and placement
In 1938 our school was equipped with an amplifying system. Visual
education was expanded to include silent and sound pictures. This year
our Home Economics Department was put on a vocational basis. One
of the new features of the Science Hall is a Recreation Room in the
basement. It is equipped with ping-pong tables, card tables, modernistic
furniture, and an electrical victrola. Last, but not least, comes our year-
book. It is by far the best book that any senior class of Frankfort High
School has ever produced.
hm Hangul- Ilelen Meyer
.llrnllvrrx flf fflz' Cimlilrnu Staff
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCILTH
-I on ior Thompson
Iielty jo Anderson
SCIENCE A MIAR D
Ruth Ann Kaylor
Mary Alice Thompson
G. A. A.
Iilora ,lane ,l-lfffll
Mary Catherine e
Betty jo Anderson
Ruth Ann Kaylor
.lune Ann Beal
Iosephine Dimmitt '
Ifmma ,lean Dowden
Catherine Gregg l 'i
l lelena Hunsielier
Mary Il. Richer
FOOTBALL A WARD
BASKETBALL A XYARD
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Ifdwin C. Badglcy
Mary Helen Baum
unc Ann Beal
Ilwhcr Ruth Bragg
Bcity klnne Bcnrdsluy
Barbara Alcan Buck
Lexus Lflmrlcx licng ln 1
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bcurgc XYviHi.lIN Burns
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KI.u'gcry Dunn Cuhcc
Maxine Luuisc Cuukc
Lena B. Dcllingcr Robcrm C-
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Joscpliinc Dimmitt Catherine Culbcrtsun
Ifmma jean Duwdcn .Imnus Cumming5
lI.1mex If. Ipdwnrdx
Jrqerx' Ann Fwrresr
Margaret Ruth Fulle
Phyllis Gene l'ulkers:m
,fvladys L. Galeencr
Kita T. Greenland
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Op.xI Maric Hcngsl Gcnrgc Howland
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sthcr Irene Hurfcr
Valtcr J. johnson
Bunnic Lou Huffm'-1
Ruth Ann Kaylux'
Mary Catherine Kurn
I.1'nust Paul Llnlwnmn
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Lois E. McBride
Raymond C. McGill
Loree E. McBride
Halen M. Meyer
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Ethel Louise Robinso
Ronald C. Schcnck
Mary Elizabcnh Rickcr
V Barry jean Schenck
Robert D. Shearer
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Catherine Maxine Shears
XVayn.1rd Ruaicll Sheen
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Thclnia W'right I-Iulcn Zobrist
One of the saddest events
of the school was the sud-
den death of Doyal Baty,
one of our classmates.
Doyal, an industrial stu-
dent. was the friend of
everyone. His death was a
decided loss to his friends
DAVID L. ADAMS-"'I"fuSb"-Technical
Student Council '36, '37, '38, E-Club '36, '37, '38, B.
Orch. '36, Operetta '37, Latin Club '36, '37, Webstcrian
'36, '37, Home Room Odicer '35, '37, Basketball '34, '35,
'36, Track '34, '35, '36, 37, '38, Football '34, '35,
'36, '37, '38, Cauldron Staff '38.
ROBERT R. AGNEW-"ASW,-Technicai
Student Council '34, '35, '36, F-Club '34, '35, '36, '37,
'38, French Club '34, Math Club '37, Orch. '34, '35,
Class Otiicer '36, '37, '38, Home Room Oliicer '34, Basket-
ball '36, '37, '38, Track '36, '37, '38, Football '34, '35,
'36, '37, Ping Pong Champion '38.
Sunshine Soc. '35, '36, Band '35, '36, '37, '38, Orch. '35,
'36, Glce Club '35, '36, Operetta '35, '36, Latin Contest
-IO ANDERSON-"Suzy Io"-Classical
N. H. S. '37, '38, Orch. '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Sunshine
Soc. '37, '38, Opcretta '37, '38, Staccato '35, '36, '37,
'38, Home Room Odicer '37.
EDXVIN C. BADGLEY-"Ed"-General
Hi-Y '37, '38, Chess Club '38, Band '36, '37, '38.
MILDERD L. BAERE-"Mig''-Commercial
Sunshine Soc. '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Glec Club '35, '36,
'37, '38, Operetta '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Websterian
'36, Home Room Ofiicer '36, '57, Staccato '35, '36, '37,
'38, Soccer '37, Volleyball '36, '37.
BEVLRLEY IDONA BAKER-r-"Bib"-Bustiness
Glce Club '34.
N. H. S. '37, '38, Sunshine Soc. '36, '37, '38, Orch. '34,
'35, '36, '37, '38, Operetta '36, '37, '38, Staccato
'35, '36, '37, '38, Home Room Orhcer '37, Octetre '37:
Quartette '33, Cauldron Staff '38.
N. H. S. '38, Sunshine Soc. '36, '37, '38, Orch. '37, Glee
Club '37, '38, Operetta '36, '37, '38, Staccato '35,
'36, '37, '38, Choir '36, '37, '38, Chorus '35, 36.
MILDRED BASSET'-Socio Civic
French Club '36, Glee Club '38, Choir '36.
MARY HELEN BAUM"'BIlL'rli"'C0l11mCfCill
Sunshine Soc. '35, '36, '37, '38, Band '35, '36, Glec Club
'35, '36, Staccato '35, '36, '37, '38, Latin Club '35, '36,
Eorsenic '35, '36, '37, '38, First place in State Contest '36,
on the harp.
ANN BEAL-"Ann"-Home Economic
Sunshine Soc. '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Orch. '34, '35, Glee
Club '56, '37, '38, Operctta '36, '37, '38, Staccato '37,
'53, G. A. A. '34, '35, Art '3s.
ROBERTA BEARD-"Ba'riic"-Home Economic
Sunshine Soc. '37, '38.
BETTY ,IANE BEARDSLEY-"Pinky"-Classical
N. H. S. '38, Sunshine Soc. '36, '37, '38, Band '34, '35,
'36, '37, '38, Orch. '37, Staccato '36, '37, '38, Home
Room Oiiicer '35, Soccer '36, Volleyball '37.
LEVVIS CHARLES BENJAMIN-
Student Council '38, High Life Staff '37, '33, Band '3h.
CAN BE TOLD
ROBERT D. BEST-"Buxfie"-Tecl1nical
Hi-Y '36, Glue Club '34, Art '35, '37, Basketball 34
Tennis team '36, '37, Art Exhibit '35, '36, '37.
Sunshine Soc. '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '34, 35
'36, '37, '38, Operetta
'35, '36, Class Oihcer '36, Latin
Club '35, '36,, Websterian '35, '36, Home Room Oiiicer
'34, Sunbean '34.
Sunshine Soc. '35, '36, '37, '38, Glec Club '35, '36,
'38, Operetta '37, '38, Staccato '37, '38.
ESTHER RUTH BRAGG-Socio Civic
Glee Club '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Latin Club '35, Art
BARBARA JEAN BUCK-''Bul7x"-Classical
N. H. S. '38, Sunshine
'37, '38, Orch, '37, '38,
Soc. '37, '38, Band '34, '35,
Glee Club '37, Debate '34.
E-Club '36, '37, '38, Band '35, Home Room Ofiicer
'37, '38, Football '35, '36, '37, '38.
GEORGE WILLIAM BURNS--"Geo"-Commercial
N. H. S. '38, Student
Council '34, '35, '38, Hi-Y
'37, '38, French Club '36, '37, Forensic '34, '35,
Websterizm '36, '37, Home Room Officer '36, '37,
Forum '37, '38, Art Exhibit, American Legion Award
EVELYN CAMPBELL-''E1'iv"-Home Economic
Sunshine Society ,'34, '35, '36, '37, Band '34, '35, cc
Club '34, '35, '36, '37, Operetta '36, '37, Home Room
Otiicer '35, '36, Chorus
Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37, '3S, Glee Club 34
'35, Class Oliicer '34.
WARREN NV. CARLSON-General
Student Council '38, Home Room Ofiicer '37, 38.
VIRGINIA CARTER-"Ginn, "--Classical
N. H. S. '38, Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, High ite
Statf '36, '37, '38.
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, Giee Club '35, ' ,
'38, Operetta '35, G.A.A. '35, Latin Club '35, XVebstcrion
'37: Home Room Ofiicer '37.
Art Exhibit '37, '38.
Hi-Y '37, '33, Math Club '38, Band " , ' , ' ,
'38, Orchestra '36, '37, '33, Operetta '38, Home Room
34 35 36 37
Sunshine Society '36, '37,
'38, Band '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '36, '37,
Staccnto '36, '37, '38, C.A.A. '34, '35, '36, '37, 38
Soccer '3-4. '36, '38.
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '35, 38
Operetta '38, Staccato
'35, Websterian '36, '37.
MAR GER Y DEAN COHElif''Dvimii"'-Classical
N. H. S. '38, Sunshine
Society '36, '37, '38, Orchestra
'37, '38, Glee Club '37, Debate '35, Eorsenic '34, '35, '35. '36. '37, '38, Operetta '38, Staccato '36, '37, S
XVebsterian '34. '35, '36, '37, '38, Home Room Oiiicer '35, Forensic '34, '35, Home Room Otiicer '37, Soccer 8
'57, '38, Art Exhibit '35, Drum Major '38, Choir '38. Oetette '37, Quartette '38, Cauldren Staif '38.
'38, High Life Staff '36, 37
NOW IT CAN BE TOLD
French Club '35, Band '35, '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '35.
F-Club '38, High Life sfsff '38, Band '34, '35, '36, '37,
'38, Track '35, '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '34, Big Front '38.
BIAXINE LOUISE COOKE-"C'00ki4"'-Classical
I-Ii Ii Life Staff
'36, Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, 38,
'37, '38, Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Operetta
'37, '38, Staccato '37, '38, G.A.A. '36, '37, '38, Xwebsterion
'37, '38, Home
Room Officer '37, Choir '37, '38.
ROBERTA C. CORNSQ'Bvrlii"'-Socio Civic
'36, '37, '38, I-I
'36, '37, '38, G.A.A. '36, '37, Websteriaii
ome Room Officer '37.
'36, '37, '38, Chorus '36, '37, '38.
N. H. S. '37, '38, Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37,
'38, Orchestra '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '35, '36,
Staccato '36, '37, '38, Home Room Officer '37, '38, Caul-
dron Staff '38, Won nrst in State Music Contest and third
in National '36,
in National '37.
First in State Music Contest and second
Hi-Y '35, '36, Band '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '35, '31i.
'37, '38, Operett
a Orchestra '35, '36, '37, '38.
Hi-Y '36, Home Room Officer '38, F-Club '38, Football
LENA B. DELLING ER-"Darley"-General
Glee Club '3 ,
6 '37, '38, Operetta '36, '37, '38, Chorus
EMMA JEAN DOXVDEN-"Poole, "--Business
'35, '36, '37, '38, Band '35, '36, Glee
Club '37, '38, Operetta '38, Home Room Otbcer '35,
'36, '37, '38, F-Club '37, '38, Home
Room Oificer '36, '37, '38, Football '35, '36, '37, '38.
'35, '36, '37, '38, Operetta '36, G.A.A.
'35, '36, '37, '38, Websterian '37.
JAMES F. EDWARDS-"Iili1mic"-Technical
'38, Glee Club
Exhibit '34, '35,
'34, Hi-Y '36, '37, '38, Math Club '37,
'35, '36, Latin Club '36, '37, '38, Art
FRANCES EMMONS--"Frame"-Home Economics
'35, '36, '37, '38
38, Sunshine Society '38, Orchestra '34,
, Operetta '37, Staccato '38, Home Room
CORABELLE ERSKIN-"Curie"-Home Economics
Math Club '38,
'38, Operetta '3
'38, Choir '38.
'56, '57, as, High Life staff '37.
High Life Staff '38, Band '38, Glee Club
8, Latin Club '38, Home Room Officer
A.A. '36, '37.
'34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Operetta '36, G.
Band '34, '35, Glec Club '36, '37, Opretta '37, Cv.A.A.
MARCERY ANN FORREST-"IvIurgiu''4ClassicaI
N. H. S. '38, Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Orchestra
'34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Staccato '36, '37, '38, Home Room
Oilicer '38, Soccer '38, Sextette '35, '36, '37, '38.
French Club '36, Basketball '35, Art Exhibit '37.
PI-IYLLIS GENE FULKERSON-Business
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '34, '35, '36,
'37, '38, Art '36, '37, Soccer '34.
MARGARET RUTH FULLERf-"iNIl1rgic"-Home Economics
Sunshine Society '37, '38, C.1.A.A. '34, '35, '36, '37, '38,
Home Officer '36, Soccer '38.
GLADYS L. GALEENER-"Glail''-Business
Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, G.A.A. '34, '35,
'36, 37, '38, Soccer '38.
Home Room Otlieer '36, '38, Basketball '36, '37, 38.
JAMES V. GOAR-"1":ll'IlIL'I""-C0mmCfCI3l
N. H. S. '3-8, Student Council '37, Hi-Y '35,
'34, Home Room Oflicer '35, '36, '37, '38, Forum '37, '38.
Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, G.A.A. '34, '35,
' '36, '37, '38, Home Room O1'Iicer '35, Soccer '38, Volley-
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, Chorus '35, '36, G.
A.A. '36, '37, '38, W'ebsterian '37, '38, Hockey '36,
RITA T. GREENLAND-"Ri'i1'u"-Commercial
Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, High Life Staff
'38, Class Otiicer '37, G.A.A. '34, '35, '36, '37, '38,
Home Room Officer '36, '37, Soccer '38.
CATHERINE GREGG-"Kay"-Home Economics
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '34, '35,
'36, '37, '38, Operetta '36, '37, Staccato '36, G.A.A. '35,
Home Room OHicer '36, '37, Soccer '37.
Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Band '34, '35,
Orchestra '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Stnccato '35, '36, '37,
'38, Latin Club '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Websterian '35,
'36, '37, Cauldon Staff '38.
DE NVAYNE GUNYON-"Gurrn-y"-Conimercial
Hi-Y '37, '38, Football '34, '35, '36, Shop Exhibit '34,
Glee Club '35.
JOSEF XVILLIAM HANGER-"jor"-Science
Student Council '35, '36, '37, '38, N. H. S. '38, Hi-Y
'35, '36, '37,
'35, '36, Math Club '37, '38, Orchestra
Forensic '34, XVebsterian '37, Forum '37,
'34, '35, '36, Cauldron Staif '38,
Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '34, '35,
Glee Club '34, '35, '36, '37, '38.
LESTER V. HART-"Li'i'k"-Commercial
Glce Club '35, Latin Club '35, '37, Home Room OHicer
N. H. S. '37, '38, Student Council '36, Sunshine Society
'35, '36, '37, '38, High Life Staif '36, '37, Latin Club '35,
NOW IT CAN BE TOLD
OPAL MARIE HENGST-"Oli"-Business
Art '55, '56, '57, '5s.
N. H. S. '38, Student Council '36, '37, Sunshine Society
'35, '36, '37, '38, G.A.A. '36, Forensic '34, '35, '36, '37,
'38, Soccer '38, Couldron Staff '38, Art Exhibit '37, '38,
YIVIAN URSULA HICKERSON-"Hi1'kil"'-Business
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '36, '37, 38:
Operetta '36, '37, '38, Staccato '36, '37, '38, Chorus '34,
Sunshine Society '37, '38,
HAROLD RAYMOND HONVE-"Sieu'-fool"-General
JOHN XVILLIAM HOXVARD-"IulmnJ"-General
Art Exhibit '34, '36,
DELORES HUFFER--"Dl'i"'-Home Economic
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '35, 36. '37.
'38, Operetta '37, '38, Staccato '37, Home Room Otiicer
'35, '36, '37, Volleyball '38.
I"STI-IER IRENE HUFFER-"Rem"'-Commercial
Sunshine Society '37, '38: Orchestra '36, '37 '38, Class
BONNIE LOU HUFFORD-"Bonnii"'-Business
Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '34.
'35, '36, '37, Operetta 54, 35, 36, 37, 58, Staccato
'54, '55, '56, '57, '55, G. A. A. '54, Latin Club '34?
Forensic '34, '35, '36, Choir '37, '38,
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, Band '35, '36, '37, '38:
Orchestra '36, 37, 38, Glee Club '35, '37, '38, Operetta
'36, '37, '38, Staccato '37, '38, Soccer '38, Volleyball '37,
Choir '37, '38.
FLORA JANE JARRELL-"Ium""-Business
N. H. S. '38, Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, High Life
Staff '37, '38, Home Room Oticer '38,
BETTY JOHNSON-"I3Iit'lcL'y"-Home Economics
Sunshine Society '37, '38, G.A.A. '37, '38.
ERNEST PAUL JOHNSON-"Pick"-Commerce
Student Council '37, French Club '35, '36, Math Club
'38, Operetta '35, '36: Class Officer '35, Home Room
Otlicer '35, '36, Art Club '37, '38,
Track '36, '37.
RUTH ANN KAYLOR-"RMillie"-Business
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Band '37, '38, Orchestra
'37, '38, Art Exhibit '35.
MARY CATHERINE KERN-4"Kl1l-y"-Soci0 Civic
Student Council '38, Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Glee
Club '36, '37, Operetta '37, Staccato '36, '37, Debate
'35, Home Room Officer '36, '37.
BETTY JANE RERNS-"Dimpli's"-Science
Band '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '37, '38, Soccer
MARGARET JEAN KIRKPATRICR-"li'url"-Home Economics
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, Glce Club '35, '36,
'37, '38, Operetta '37, '38, Chorus '35, '36, '37, '38,
Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, High Life Statf
'36, '37, Glee Club '35, G.A.A. '34, '35, '36, '37, '382
VVCDSICFIJH '36, '37, '38, Junior Dancing Contest '37.
5. - . . - ..
MADGE LANGVVELL--"Pm1"'-Honic Economics
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '35, '36, '57, '38I
Operetta '36, '38, Staccato '36, '37, '38, Home Room
Oiiicer '37, '38, Choir '37, '38,
Chess Club '36, '37, '38, Math Club '37, '38, Band '34,
'35, '36, '37. '38, Orchestra '34, '35, Operetta '34, Art
'34, '36, '37, '38.
N. H. S. '3S: Hi-Y '35, '36, French Club '35, '36, High
Life Staff '37, '38, Operetta '36, '37, Forensic '34, Home
Room Oliicer '37, '38, Forum '38: Chorus '36, '37.
Sunshine Society '37. '38, Staccato '36, Latin Club '37
'38, Forensic '34, '35.
XIARJORIE LEXX'IS-"Murge"'-Honie Economic
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38: Art '37, Volleyball '37.
Forensic '34, '35, XVebsterian '36, '37, '38, Home Room
Officer '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Forum '37, '38, Art '34,
'35, '36, Cauldron Staff '38, Art Exhibit '35, '36, '37.
Forensic '34, '35, '36, Art '34, '35, '36.
N. H. S. '38, Student Council '37, F-Club '38, Home
Room Oflicer '37, '38, Basketball '36, '37, '58, Track
'57, '53, Football '56, '57,
PATRICIA ANN LYNCH-"Pai"-Commercial
Sunshine Society '34, '37, '38, Home Room Oiiicer '35,
Chorus '34, '35, Gym Exhibition '38, Cauldron Staff '38,
MARY ELIZABETH MAISH-Classical
National Honor Society '38, Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37,
'38, High Life Staff '38, Operetta '36, Home Room Oflicer
'35, '36, '37, '38, Art '35, '37, Winner of Crest Design
Contest '37, Chorus '35, '36.
JULIA MANN-"Indy"-Home Economics
Student Council '35, '36, Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36,
'37, '38, High Life Staff '35, '36, G.A.A. '34, '35, '36,
'37, '38, Forensic '34, '35, Websterian '35, '36, '37, '38,
Home Room Otlicer '36, '37, '38.
LOIS E. McBRIDE--"Mac"-Science
Sunshine Soc. '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '35, '36, '37, '38,
Staccato '38, G.A.A. '37, Latin Club '36, '37- Forensic
'34, Home Room Otiicer '35, 36.
LOREE E. MCBRIDE-Classical
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '35, '36 '37 '38'
. . i
Forensic '34, '35S Home Room Oificer '37, Art '37.
CHARLES McCAR'1'Y, Jr.-"Mac"-Technical
Student Council '35, High Life Staff '38, Band '35, Orch.
'35, Forensic '35, Home Room Oflicer '38, Tennis Champ.
'37, Cauldron Staff '38, Shop, Mechanical Drawing Ex-
hibit '55, '56, '57,
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, G.A.A. '35, '36, '37,
'38, Art '37, Soccer '38, Art Exhibit '35, '36.
BETTY JEAN MCCOY-"Bulb"-Home Economic
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '35, '36, '37, '38,
Operetta '37, '38, Staccato '37, '38, Home Room Oiiicer
NOW IT CAN BE TOLD
Hi-Y '33, '36, '37, Band '34, '35, '36, '37, '3s.
RAYMOND C. MCGILL-"Punl,"-Technical
Student Council '35, '36, '37, '38, F-Club '36, '37, '38,
Math Club '37, '38, Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37, '38,
Track '38, Football '34, '35, '36, '37, '38.
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, High Life Staff '37,
G.A.A. '35, '36, '37, '38, Websterian '37, '38, Home
Room Oiiicer '36, Art Exhibit '36, Hockey '36.
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Forensic '35, '36, Soccer '37.
HELEN MEYER-Home Economic
Glee Club '37, '38, Art '38.
TIZICIC '36, '37.
Student Council '36, Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, G.
A.A. '37, '38, Latin Club '36, '37, '38, NVebsterian '36,
Hi-Y '35, 36, Math Club '37, '38, Art Club '36, Football
ELIZABETH V. MINCEMOYER-"B4'lfj'"-Commercial
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, High Life Staff '38, Band
'37, '38, Class Orlicer '36, G.A.A. '35, '36, '37, XVebsterian
'36, '37, Home Room Officer '35, '36, Art '38, Soccer
Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '35, '36, '37,
'38, Operetta '37, G.A.A. '35, '36, '37, Art Exhibit '35,
'36, '37, Gym Exhibit '38, Chorus '37.
ROBERT MOHR-"Bob"-Soeio Civic
Student Council '37, High Life Staff '37, '38, OPCFCYffl
'34, '35, '36, Debate '37, '38, N. F. L. '33, Home Room
Oiiicer '37, '38, Forum '36, '37, '38.
Chess Club '38, Orchestra '34, '35, '36.
ROBERT E. NIOORE-"B0l7"-General
Art Club '35, '3s.
N. H. S. '36, '37, '38, Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38,
French Club '56, '37, High Life Staff '38, Debate '36,
'37, '38, Websterian '36, '37, Cauldron Staff '38.
Sunshine Society '56, '37, '38, High Life Staff '38, Art
Club '37, '38,
French Club '37, Home Room Oliicer '37, Forum '382
Football '37, '38.
GERALD LA VAUN MYERS-"Curl4'y"-General
Orchestra '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Glec Club '36, '37, '382
Operetta '37, '28, National Bass Solo Contest '37, Chorus
'37, '38, Ensemble '37, '38, Choir '37, '38.
Hi-Y '38, Band '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Home Room Oflicer
'37, Art Club '37, Basketball '36, Track '36, '37, Druml
Math Club '37, '38, Glee Club '34, Art Club '35.
Sunshine Society '34, '35, G.A.A. '37, Soccer '38, Volley-
,. , -. -. 3. 3. v.. .
I-11-H 36, 37, JS, Band 34, 37, 36.
Hi-Y '36, '37, '38, Math Club '38, Orchestra '34, '35,
'36, '37, Latin Club '35, '36,
,IACK PRATHER-"Flvlbrbvr"-Conimcrcial .
Hi-Y '34, '35, Band '34, '35, '36, Latin Club '34, '35,
NVebsterian '36, '37, Home Room Otlicer '34, '35, Foot-
ball '34, '35,
Student Council '34, Hi-Y '36, '37, Glee Club '36,
Operetta '36, '37.
MARTHA L. PYLES-"Sborl"-Business
Sunshine Society '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Operetta '35, '36-
Home Room Oilicer '35, '36, Chorus '35, '36.
Sunshine Society '34, '35, Glce Club '35.
Sunshine Society '37, '38, Debate '37, '38, N. F. L. '37
RICHARD AI. RAAIOS-"Dick"-Technical
Math Club '38, Latin Club '35, '36, Forensic '34, Art
Club '34, '35, '36, '57, '38, Track '35.
RAXVLINGS V. RANSOBI-"Rim'l"fComn1erci.ll
N. H. S. '37, '38, Student Council '38, Hi-Y '35, '36
'37, F-Club '38, Latin Club '36, '37, Forensic '34, '35
'36, Websterian '36, '37, Home Room Officer '35, '36,
'37, Forum '36, '37, '38, Basketball '35, '36, '37, '38'
Football '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Cauldron Staff '38.
Sunshine Society '37, '3S.
Hi-Y '36, '37, '38, Math Club '37, '38, Band '34, '35
'36, '37, '38, Orchestra '38, Forum '37, '38
KENNETH E. REESE-"Lvli!ic11x"-Technical
Chess Club '38, French Club '38, Band '34, '35, '36 '31
'38, Orchestra '37, '3S.
MARY ELIZABETH RICKER-"Il7I1y"-Science
Sunshine Society '37, '38, Glee Club '35, '36, '37,
Operetta '37, G.A.A. '36, '37, '38, Track '35, Soccer '36
ILTHEL LOUISE ROBINSON--"Easy"-Business
Art Club '35, '36,
ARTHUR EUGENE RODENBERCER-"Gunt"'-Comniercial
N. H. S. '38, Hi-Y '35, '36, Math Club '38, Band '34.
'35, '36, Forum '37, '38, Cauldron Staff '3S.
CHARLES Ii. ROGERS-"Di'iu'011"-Industrial
N. H. S. '38, Student Council '57, '58, Sunshine Society
'34, '35, XVebsterian '35, '36, Home Room Officer '34,
'35, '36, '37, '38, Volley-ball '36, Cauldron Staff '3S.
Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '57, '38, Operctta
'36, '37, '38, Staccato '37, '38, G.A.A. '37, Latin Club
'36, '37, '38, Forensic '35, '36, Home Room Officer '35.
BETTY JEAN SCHENCR-"Bi'fiy"-Business
Orchestra '34, '35, '36, '37, Home Oiiicer '35, Art Club '36,
Hi-Y '36, '37, Band '34, '35, '36, '37, Latin Club '35,
I-orensic 34, Art 35, 36: Basketball '34, Track '37, '38
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ROBERT D. SCHLARER-"Boll"-Agriculture KATHRYN SULLIVAN-"Tally"-Commercial
Home Room Officer '38, Corn judging Team '34, '35, Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, XVebsterian '37, Home
'36, Demonstration Team '37. Room OHicer '36, '37, Art Club '37, Art Exhibit '34,
CATHERINE MAXINE SHEE'rs-".ii.i.-ty'wHomo Economics '55' 36- 37- 531 Cauldron SMH 38-
Home Room Oliicer '37, Soccer '37, Hockey '35. I-OUISEN Sw'AFFORD-Genera' ,
xx'As'NARo RUSSELL SHEETS-science , We CW' jf- fSf0Ff'C"a 58'
N, H. S. 'ssg F4Club '53, Forensic '55, '56, '37, '5s, MARINE TMLOR- TMO" -Gfnml , 4
Football '37, '334 Sunahine Society '36bL37, '38, glee Club '37, 38: I-Sim
, . ., , Hut. -. Cu '36, '37, '38, oir '37, '. .
'OL H"'A""'f ""f".. C""""""" .. , 6, CLAUDE E, THOMPSON, Ji.-"oi,,Hifi-"-Tooliiiical
Student Council 35, 36, F-Club 37, 38, Class Ofhter N H S N7 'gs' HAY 'U W6' F-Club ,W .Nh Ham
'38, Forensic '34, NVcbsterian '37, Home Room Officer ' ', ' ,' ' ' ' " .Q ' ,'. '. id . Cl b' ,' ' I5 'A Q,
'5 "7 '38' Forum '38' Basketball '27 WS- Track '37, C"'b '7' 'S' Ch" O""c" 'S' """ " ""' . ""'f51'
QS' J ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '34, '35, W'ebsterian '35, '36, '37, Home Room OH1cer
"' '38, F r I1 '36, '37, '38, I-ootball '36, '37, '38, Cauldron
YIRGINIA SHIQPILRD-"Ginny"-Home Economics Staff -'gsm' Art Exhibi, -37.
Sumhim SOUND' 55- 36- 37- 'Sl Gln Club 55- 'Sb' MARY ALICE THOMPSON-"Tommy"-commoioiil
NILDFORD SHIYE-Industrial Sunshine Society '36, '37, '38, Band '35, '36, '37, '38:
V Q H H I Orchestra '37, Home Room Officer '36, Art '37, French
"Ax SMITH' """k"3 -A5"'Cu"u"C - I-Iorn Quartettc '37, '38, Quintette '38.
Student Council '36, '37, Home Room Oihcer '37, Corn ANNABEI-LE UT-I-ERBACK-HBH..-Classical
-'udwng Team 579 Track 'S' Sunshine Society '37, '38, French Club '36, Band '34,
BIQTTY v1RtiiNm sxokoaass-"Gino,"-comin fgecvilgub 17- SS: Opcfwa 57: Chorus 56- Us Clwlf
.iw f"',','j,',,'3S:B-d,O'l '5
Sauci'-' g"iR.1iL"'3'5' '3'6', '376 S87 Art '36,""37 '3'8C'C"ra ' NIJXRTHA L. XVAINSCOTT-"u7illIia"'-General
' ' ' ' ' ' Student Council '38, Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38:
IILLEIQ gpgNCER-"5l,,-,,,-,"-5C,mic C.A.A. '35, '36, '37, 38, Home Room Otiicer '38, Hockey
Student Council '34, Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '3'i: '36-
Clnss Oilicer '3b: Latin Club '37, '38, Forensic '34, Home NIAXINE NVAINSCOTT-"Miu'kie"'-CIassical
Room Qgilccr ',7- Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '37, '38,
Operetta '35, '36, '37, '38, Staccato '37, '38, Forensic '35,
JOAN SPRAY--"Iv"-Sovio-Civic Chorus '55, '56, Choir '57, '3s.
N. H. S. '37, '38, Student Council '35, '36, '37, '38, 4 U
Class Officer '35, '36, '37, '38, Websterian '36, '37, Sun- ROBIZRT WAINSCOTT-"B0b"-TECIUHCSI
Shim, Sociuy -34' '35, '56, 57' -33. Glee Club '35, Art '35, '36, '37, '38, Operetta '36, Chorus
AVIS STEW'ART-Honie Economics
Sunshine Society '55, '56, '37, '38, C5.A.A. '56, '37, '38, ROSEMARY WALTON-"ROM"-Classical
Art '56, '37, '33' N. H. S. '37, '38, Student Council '37, '38, Sunshine
Society '35, '36, '37, '38, High Life Stal? '38, G.A.A.
ROBERT STINSON-"Bob"-Classical '36, Latin Club '35, '36, Debate '37, N. F. L. '57, '38,
SU-Ydffli COUFICII '34, '35S F'ClUb '37. '38, High Life Staff Forensic '34, '35, '36, W'ebsterian '35, '36, '37, Sallie Mae
'36, '37, Orchestra '35, '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '34 '35, Bowers Speech Contest '36, Cauldron Staff '38, Central
Home Room Officer '34, '35, Art '35, '37, Track '38, Indiana Oratorical Contest '37, '38,
Football '36, '37.
PAULINE W'IiIR-"Pony"-Socio Civic
DXVIGHT STORES-"Conbuy"-General Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '36, '37, '38,
Orchestra '35, '36, '37, '38, Opcretta '37, Choir '37, '38. Latin Club '36, '37, Art Exhibit '35.
,IAMLS STORES-"Red"-General BARBARA WILLIAMS-"Bol1lvie"-Classical
N. H. S. '38, Hi-Y '38, Orchestra '35, '36, '37, '38, Sunshine Society '35, '36, '37, '38, High Life Staff '33,
Glee Club '35, '36, '37, '38, Operetta '36, '37, '38, Foot- Glee Club '35, '36, '37, '38, Operetta '36, '37, G,A.A.
ball '36. '37, '57, '5s, Choir '56, '57, '58, '55, '56, '57, '5s, Soccer '57, '5s.
LLOYD STRAIN-"Bull"-Commqrqigl AILIiIiN W'ILSON-"li'un"- -Commercial
Hi-Y '36, '37, '38, Math Club '37 '38, Forensic '54, GICC Cl'-lb '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Sunshine Societv '37,
Forum '37, '38. '38, Operctta '37, '38, G.A.A. '36, '37, Forensic '34, '35,
Y Home R Ofii' "4, Ch '37- A 'gh' ' "
,IUHN s'rR,xNoE-'roolmiosl """' 'C' ' "H" ' " " ""' "'
N. H. S. '37, '38, Student Council '37, '38, Hi-Y '35, '36, UORDON W'ISIi-"Si1urifa"-Comniercial
'37, '38, Chess Club '36, '37, Math Club '37, '38, High Student Council '58, F-Club '38, Home Room Otiicer '38,
Lilo Surf '38, Band '54, Y55, '56, Latin Club '55, '56, '57, Art '52s Basketball '38.
'53Z Debate '36. '37, '33, N. F. L. '36, '37, '38, Home ,, , ,
Room Officer '36, '37, Forum '35, '36, '37, '38, Indiana "Oh X' RA'-C"""""'C""
Discussion League '36. TFIELMA NVRIGHT-
IULIAN STRAWN-"roo.1'f-clsoioil i"-""""' "" ""' '37' 531 High Life '58, Gino Club '56
Sunshine Sooioty '55, '36, '57, '58, High Life Scarf '5s, "'
snub '37, O'RCI'CfFfl-'55, '56, '57, '53, Staccato '37, HELEN ZOBRI5-F.
JL, orus ,vii 36, 31 Glec Club '56, '57, Sunshine Society 57, 538'
"Do your legs ache sometimes? You linoW+-growing painsfj Miss
Hattie Campbell, with her usual skill, chose and produced one of Prank-
fort High School's best class plays this year.
"Growing Painsf' on the "must see" list and a "4 bell" production,
tells of the dilemma of the Mclntyres, who see their boy and girl tossed
into the cataract of adolescence. They can help little further than to give
directions for the turbulent course from a distance, give advice which
egocentric youth always rejects, of course. Because George submitted
to a tonsil operation his parents give a party in his honor. Terry's jeal-
ousies are increased when the new girl, Prudence Darling, vamps all
the male members of the party.
The cast included:
,. Virginia Raabe
George Mclntyre ,,,,, .
Terry McIntyre ,,,,,
Mrs. McIntyre ,.,,, ,,s,,
Professor McIntyre ,,,s,,r
Mrs Patterson W.- .,,.
Elsie Patterson ..,,,
Traffic Officer ,,,,
Hal .,,, ,,
,, Junior Thompson
,W Rawl Ransom
.. ., john Lynch
,, ,,,, Ann Knoll
Helen Bird, Anabelle Hiatt
Properties ,i,,,,,i.,i,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. , ,,,,,, ,,,,,,s George Buntin
The play was presented Friday, May 15, in Central Auditorium at
SENIOR SOCIAL CALENDAR
Sallie Mae Byers Composition Contest - Tuesday, Sunday E'L'elli1lg, Maj! 22, 1938
April 19, 8:00 A.M.
Class Play . .. ,,,, Friday, May 13, 8:00
Junior-Senior Prom . .. Friday, May 20, 9:00
Baccalaureate Services Sunday, May 22, 8:00
Sallie Mae Byers Speech Contest - Monday,
23, 7230 P.M.
Class Picnic ,,,, Tuesday, May 24, Turkey
Class Day . .. .. XVednesday, May 25,
Commencement . . Thursday, May 26, 8:00
P Prelude ,,,,::: .. .. . Reverie .. ,:,, Arthur
High School Orchestra
RM' Proeessional . .. March Romaine . . Gounod
PM' Invocation ::,::,:,::: .. ,,oe,,uo,,u: Rev. I-I, L. Crain
May Response . .. . Sevenfold Amen .. .. Lutkin
At Thy Feet .. .. ,. .. ,,,:,,,, .. . Bach
-Run High School Choir
1.30 Sermon .. .,,,,:, ,.::: . .::: . .. ..,:,, Rev. john A Farr
Panis Angelicus . . r,,,,,, ,,,,,, H Franck
HM. Girls Chorus Club
Benediction .. .. .. Rev. XV. B. Hordeman
RCCC5Si0n.ll . , Nlarch Y,,,, Y,Y,, V Wfalt
CLASS DAY - HOWARD HALL
Wfednesday, May 2 5, 195 8
Salutatory . .
. .. . Norman Lauchner
Master of Cermonies . . Suzanne Moore
Class Song . .. .. .. Bob Longfellow
Class Poem . .... ......,. .......... J o Anderson
Stand Up and Sneer .. . Members of the Senior Class
junior Class President Address ..... ...... B ob Coleman
Senior Class President Response . rrrf W . Joan Spray
Presentation of Awards ....., ......,.. Iv Ir, C. R, Young
National Anthem ...,.,. ,,,...,. ,.,,A,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , , , Band
I"IIGI'I SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT
Thursday Evening, May 26, 1938
Prelude, Fifth Symphony, Ist Movement Beethoven
High School Orchestra
Proeessional, March from "Athalia ".. . Mendelssohn
Invocation ......,............. .. Rev. Charles C. Ford
Flower of Dreams .... . . .......... . ...... ......., C lokey
Girls Glee Club
Susanne Moore .... ...... ............ lv I aster of Ceremonies
Rosemary Wgilton . .... ..... , "Sands of Time"
joan Spray .... ........ ........ . . "As Others See Us"
Presentation of Diplomas ........... Supt. O'BannOl1
Presentation of Honor Students ........................,...
Principal C. R. Young
The Cloud ........... ........ .....,...... . .. Fletcher
Girls Glee Club
Benediction ..... . ..... .. Rev. Charles C. Ford
Recessional .... Festival March . ..... Bergh
16-First Senior meeting
17-Pep meeting on square
24-Junior class meeting
4-First Student Council meeting
8-Cauldron paper drive
20-Band parents dance
21-Teachers Ass'n Q2 days vacationj
12-Math club dinner dance
29-Juniorls order jewelry
16-Latin club party
23-Band and Orchestra dance
12-Mrs. Kramer reviewed, "Mathe-
matics For The Millions'
19-8th grade awards
21-Student Council dance
9-Forensic club banquet
LOG FOR 1938
3-Film, Butler University
11-Band and Orchestra fair
18-Art club covered dish
6-High life banquet
12-Sallie Mae Byers Composition
18-Student Council Election
19-Cauldron goes to printer.
Anything from here on is just what
we think will happen.
22-Staccatto club dance
27-Sunshine Mothers' Tea
16-Commencement invitations given
19--Tea for senior girls given by Business
and Professional Women
24-Senior picnic at Turkey Run
Clinton Poultry Co.
Britton's Food Market
Clinton County Hospital
B. H. Grimes Co.. School Supplies
Dr. B. A. Work
Bowe1"s Pastry Shop
Atlantic 251 Pacific Grocery
Morris 5 to 51.00 Store
Gem City Cigar Store
Band Box Cleaners
Garber Hotel Barber Shop
W. C. McKown, Drugs
Oscar Laverty Co.
Hymanis Drug Store
Public Service Co. of Indiana
Earl Stewart Wholesale Co.
Scheirer's Super Service Pure Oil Station
O. A. Guntle
M. B. Thompson, Chiropractor
Beemars Dress Shop
Nees Paint and Roofing Co.
Pickering Service Station
Frank Motley, Tailor
Pippenger Service Station
Hook's Drug Co.
.Iessie Berry QRed Crossj
Isadore Eichman-Lebanon, Ind.
The M. B. Thrasher Co.
Sphar-Morrisson Abstract Co.
J. F. Yauch
R. M. Cline, Dentist
Hufford Beauty Academy
Bud Ransom's Grocery
Norris Printing Office
E. O. Burget
Peoples Life Insurance CO.
Deming Zi Thompson Co.
E. D. Hodge
M. J. Keedy
Val-U Dress Shop
Kenneth S. Power
Russell P. Harker
Joe S. Reichart
Blue 81 W'hite Cafe
Blake 81 Ham
Frankfort Paint 8: Whillpaper
Lockwood Insurance Agency
Bazley Cash Market
Shanklin Hardware Co.
W'oolworth 5 81 10
Clinton County Farm Bureau
C. G. Armstrong
Michael Service Station
A. VV. Price Grocery
E. F. Beall Transfer
Logan's Shell Service Station
G. B. Murray
Kramer Bros. Co.
Bud Grimm's Co.
Bird 81 Son
Coca Cola Bottling XWorks
Coapstick Insurance Co.
Golden Guernsey Dairy
Michael Coal Co.
XVeidner Funeral Home
Betty Lou Flower Shop
Moose Lodge No. 7
Indiana Bell Telephone Co.
Rapp's Cut Price Store
Glovers Ice Cream
Porter-Hurlbert Hardware Co.
KI. C. Penney Co.
Schiff Big Shoe Store
Pogue Electric Service
Local Finance Corp.
Greyhound Bus Station
Carl V. Chittick
Albert M. Laughner
Frankfort Lumber Co.
Balfe Beauty Shop
Leonard 86 Wolfe
Clinton County Bank
A. J. Thompson Insurance
QMrs. Bernard Thompson, Mgr
Boekman's Jewelry Store
Frankfort Morning Times
Camp and Willoughby
P. Dorner Sons Co.
COOPERATIVE PRODUCTION OF FINE YEAR BOORS
LAVERGNE I. IOUNSBURY
PONTIAC ENGRAVING CO.
DELANEY PRINTING CO., HAMMOND
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