Frankfort High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Frankfort, IN)

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ff f X f Ay M ,f I IND NINE HUNDRED AND NINETY THREE STUDENTS FRANKFURT HIGH SEHUUL xx ,, A A FRANNDDND INDIANA N N N I I'llll0l'l!ll Stnft' 1' liv . 12111 mls im" Iva Nivbra 111111-1 ll s ,14 X fx Img Stub Q1 111 NITIIII XX 1 1 ev 111161111 11.1111 lxl1l'xlJltIlLlx Business Stuff 111 llznzglxvond 11111 lie x Nves, 111a11ay.:'v1's 3 4Xllllil llinvr. Plllllivity Stuff "IH ll ' l ' f . I1 ill Qib H' . Salle-s Stuff 'nws ' c'.'. 11- 1- E,ig'Pl'j . iz . ' -1 G1:p.:'v 's. 'lmtopgruphiv Stuff 1.' . so '1 -' 1-tersm . lypists 'vtty HWS '1 .XIIIVL lkliner. Advisor Miss - 1 Mu Su11clv1's. THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY of Frankfort High School, as you Work, as you play, as you study, are depicted on the following pages as individuals working in unison to form a school sys- tem. We, the yearbook staff, present to you the 1940 CAULDRO L thc lzxccntivcs zlnrl lfzlcnltv, will lic rcprcsciitccl in this scction ot thc Cauldron. Thc snpcrintcnclcnt anal thc school hozircl, Consisting' of thrcc mcnihcrs, constitute thc ruling hocly of the Frzmkfort school systcni. Mr. Conclon, thc principal, is new to our school plant this year. llc is zihly zissistccl hy Mr. XYZll'l't'll and Mr. Zicg. Uni' faculty consists of forty-two tczichcrs wcll trzlinccl in thc fnnclu- lllt'llt2llS of cclucation. Thc hcacls of clcpartincnts in l:I'Ill1lil.Ol'l lligh School arc thc following: Art rlcpzirtincnt, Miss llzirrictt Uzillupz Coni- nicrcial clcpzirtmcnt. Miss Ircnc L'zn'ficlclg linglish clcpzirtmcnt, Miss llzlt- tn CZllll1Jl7CllQ llistory clcpzirtnicnt, Mr. lizisrlzilc Pickcttg llonic Iiconoin- ics lil'lJllI'lIllL'lII. Miss Mary Rciclg liiclustrizil llt'13Ill'lIIll'Il1, Mr. Ru lilunkg iilllgllllgl' fiL'IlZlI'lllll'lll. Mrs, Hum llc-utmig Math ch-p:1i't1m-111 Miss Ilullzi Nzuiil SZll11iCI'SQ Music SlllK'I'X'iSlJI'. Miss lm-1 Nixmig Nuys' Pliysiczll lflillkilliflll, Mr. lfxm-l'1-it fzlsvg Girls' Vliysiczll lfclllczlliml, Miss -Izmv QQZIUJIIQ :mil thc- Sciclicc fik'llZ11'UllK'Il1. Mr. li. U. llzuigcr. The l.i- ln'z1i'i:u1 for thc- High Sclinml is Miss lim-u1'g'i:1 Mmwv. XXX' :irc furtliiizltn' in ilIlX'iIlg' :L Sclimrl Xursv. Siu- is Miss lin-Icii l'1lflc'i'xx'uml. who is zllsu lu-:ul uf thc 'Iuiiim' RL-ml frnss. The stuclc-ills slinmlfl fc-cl iiiclclmtc-cl tu ilu- I-21L'llll5' fm' thc vxu-llviil lfllillillg' tlivj' i'cccix'c umlcr tlivir flil'L'CIiUIl. giixxwil TO QENTW , WEEE yuswi W' 'Q f.. 1 ff "Thug,-,, THE SCHOOL BOARD lhc ljuarrl ul bcllool lrustvvs cfm sists of lllftlt' mc-mhcrs: Mr. XX'21Itf'l Aughc, prvsiclclltg Mr. l"1'0rlc1'ick Pct- ty. SCCI'C'LZll'j', :tml Mr. Clztytml Umk. ll'C2lSlll'Cl'. who is thc new mcmht-1' this yk'2l1'. Mr. N. N. KVHZLIIHOII. thc- superin- ICINICIII. has hcvn in thc schoul sys- tvm tivo yczlrs. HQ and thc ll10ll1hC1'S of tht' school l3OZI.I'll clcvotc much timc' and effort in conducting amd adjust- ing' thc Illilllj' importzmt prohlcms which ccmfrmmt them tl11'011gl1o11t thc CZLT. Svptcmlwr -l. WSU. saw thn- instzlllmcnl of Mr. A. lf. C011- 7 clcm as principal of liraukfort lligh School. Mr. Q'0llil011 has an cxccllc-nt rccorcl as princi- pal of uortlicru luclizula high Schools and supelintcilrlcnt of Luka' county schools for six- tccn years. llc has clegrcvs frmn lnclizma :incl czlstcru uni- vcrsitios zmcl is well li1lOXVll in Cilllffltllillill circles in thc stau- of lnrlizum. THE EXECUTIVES Mr. XYZl1'l'Cll is tha' assistant principzil. Thr N. Y. A. work for thc scliool is iimlvr his su- pervision zmcl clircction. Mr. Zicg' is iii L'll2ll'g'C of thc- guicl- ance ilClJZ1l'lllll'lll. which is :1 COllllJZl.l'2ltlYK'l5' new mlcpurtim-lil in F. H. S. Stuclcnts can uh- tzlin great assistzulcc in Stuclyf ing occupational fields tovcle- tcriniue wliere their uhility and - intern-st lic. CARL CARL ANDERSON BELCHER Physical Physics Education and Safety IRENE EVERETT CARFIELD CASE Commercial Physical Education LAWRENCE MARTHA FARRELL FINNEY 1 Mathematics English EDITH BERTIE HINMAN HUTCHINGS History Eighth Grade JAMES GEORGIA McMURTREY MOORE Dramatics Librarian and Public Speaking DELLA MELBA MAUD SIMS Mathematics Economics B. R. BLUNK Industrial Arts JANE CATON Physical Education SALLIE FOSTER Physical Education and Safety DORIS KNOX Mathematics INEZ NIXON Music VIRGINIA SMITH Journalism EVELYN RALPH BOND BURROUGHS Commercial Chemistry VANCE JAMES CURTIS DAVIS History Mechanical Drawing HARRIETT CLAUDE L. GALLOP HAMPTON Art History VERDA PAUL S. KNOX LOWE English Agriculture EASDALE MARY PICKETT REID History Home Economics PAUL AUBREY SWEARINGEN THOMAS Science Band HAROLD J. CALDWELL Mathematics and General Science LESTER DEBARD Orchestra E. O. HANGER Biology JACKSON MANGES Commercial RAYMOND ROHRABAUGH Social Science HELEN UNDERWOOD Nurse . HATTIE CAMPBELL English L. N. EVANS Industrial Arts OMA FIX HEATON Latin MARY MAY Mathematics MATTHEW RONZONE Physical Education COY WOOD English 9 .hs iqgwf, 3 1 Y. Mi ii: Xa X' GI , ir Q X :I it gg ' , ,ww X 342 Q: ,J svn X Lai- EQ A .4 'As .4 .9 ..., . f im.'k1f.lgigef f 5i '- A ' 4' I g : . - W " ' :E ,a- : H W .. a 4 - . . ---- Q g J . 1 ,, ' TQ , A. , Q f , , 5522 P ' . 5 , I . ,A , H . In ,an VIA, D 3 - 4 D Y 1' iw 2 "I'X,i:'W5:'w"i:'.w LQWLZQ A ' ff sissy, '?f2SgLxg : , A Q 1-Lg I KX i T.: ,K as Q51 E gg ! , , 2 Y ,, ,B , I - f' 8 2 - ww . 4 .I eg f .' I X I 1 ' 4 4' 9 , u I. ' X ix Qgiii E651 A . , - 'RTL x X ' K K .M MMR - r - . . Q L H I - Qwisgg ,Q W ka . ,. smug W3 " y,g,w N" eg ,xv ,, wi: , wx A" f 1 5 X x 1 ny 2- .QV -. E- 5 X . X i A NU . . Q6 ' fn , CLASS DIVISION YOU, who are the students of Frankfort High School, will have this section of the 1940 Cauldron dedicated to you. For the seniors "Life Begins at Forty." The seniors will leave Frankfort High School with a mixture of feelings: sadness at leaving behind the carefree days of their youth, and the thrill of beginning new adventures. Many of them will continue education in the various colleges and universities scattered over the country. The vast majority of seniors will seek jobs in offices, factories, stores, and other fields of occupation. The senior class this Year is one to be commended, and as they go out into the world we hope they will continue on the high standard they set in High School. As one class graduates, another class moves in to take their place. Juniors, sophomores, freshmen, and eighth graders consti- tute the enrollment of underclassmen. All the classes are organ- ized. None of the classes are active as organized units, except the junior class, which sponsors the annual junior prom in the spring. Each class is entitled to a class party each year. BILL E. ADAMS RALPH E. BEAVERS VERA BRITTAIN DONNA ELAYNE BUDD LILLIAN RUTH CLARK HUGH JOSEPH DAVEY MAURICE RUSSELL AKERS ROBERT EARL BOGAN MARIAN ELIZABETH BROWN DAVID CARL BURNS HAROLD JAMES COMPTON KAREN JEANNE DAYWITT DORIS FERN AYERS HELEN LOUISE BOOTS BEULAH MARY IRENE ESTELLA BAKER BAKER JEAN DONALD BOWEN BRANDON THE SENIORS .W JACK HARSHMANJ' Class President WENDELL JUNE COOK ELIZABETH CONNER GARTH ARBUTUS DILL DONOHO MURIEL LUCRETIA COX EDWARD DONOHO BETTY JOAN BARKER DOYAL BRANDT ELNORA LOUISE BRUNSON LUANA DOLORES CANTWELL JOSEPH H. COY LUCILLE DORROUGH ICLE BEARD JULIA MAE BRITTAIN WILLIAM EARL BUCHANAN WILLIAM GENE CARTER ROBERT LEWIS COY BRUCE BYRON DORSEY , , . . , . - J 1 "' Jw . Q vip . 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Q 1' , 5 S4 E 3 5 iv if . , M LQ iw? f ffxx - Q , - ' . - uw , .1 1 st ,igx 3...N :IV Q. '-11 ? J A ,,.. V Q P as ii ' WINIFRED JEAN SPURGEON THOMAS MICHAEL TERPINAS FREDERICK WEIDA MIRIAM MARIE YOUNG JAMES FREDERICK STINSON MARY LOU THATCHER BETTY JANE WEST JAMES OWEN ZERFAS THETIS STRAIN RUTH THAYER FRANCES ANN WILSON DICK ZIPPERIAN HELEN JULIA INEZ ANN STUBLEY SULLIVAN DONALD DOROTHY THOMPSON THOMPSON LEOLA HELEN ARLEEN LOUISE WILSON WOOD JAMES E. TEDFORD WILLIAM MILNER WADDELL FRANCES WRAY WANDA TEEGARDEN PAULITA WEAVER HELEN ADELE YOUNG 'Y' ? SENIOR ACTIVITIES BILL E. ADAMS-"Rabbit" Art Club '39, '40, Chess Club '39, '40, Home Room Of- ficer '40, Student Council '40. MAURICE RUSSELL AKERS--"Maurie" Forum '39, '40, Hi-Y '38, '39: Home Room Officer '38: Latin Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Math Club '39, '40. DORIS FERN AYERS Gym Exhibition '38, Sunshine Society '40. BEULAH IRENE BAKER Gym Exhibition '38: Sunshine Society '40. MARY ESTELLA BAKER-"Skeeter" Girls Glee Club '38, Gym Exhibition '38, Sunshine So- ciety '38, '39, '40, BE'I'I'Y JOAN BARKER-"Bet" Gym Exhibition '38, Latin Club, '37, '38. '39, '40, Music Festival '37, '39, Orchestra '37, '38, '39, '40, Staccato Club '39. '40, String Ensemble '37, '38. '39. '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. ICLE' BEARD-"Ike" RALPH E. BEAVERS Football '37, '38, '39, '40. ROBERT EARL BOGAN-"Bob" Home Room Officer '38. HELEN LOUISE BOOTS-"Boots" Gym Exhibition '38, Music Festival '37, '39, Operetta '38, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40, Home Economics Club '40. JEAN BOWEN Gym Exhibition '38. DONALD BRANDON-"Don" Band '37, '40, Football '38, '40, Music Festival '37. DOYAL BRANDT Art Club '38, '39. '401 Forensic Club '39. '40, High Life Staff '38, '40, Home Room Officer '37, '38, '39. JULIA MAE BRI'I'I'AIN-"Judy" Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40. VERA BRITTAIN-"Chubby" Orchestra '37. MARIAN ELIZABETH BROWN Gym Exhibition '38. ELNORA LOUISE BRUNSON-"Narie" Girls Glee Club '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Music Fes- tival '37, '39, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40. WILLIAM EARL BUCHANAN-"Red" Big Broadcast '39, '40, F Club '39, '40, Football '38, '39. '40, Forum '40. DONNA ELAYNE BUDD-"Debbie" Cauldron Staff '39, '40, Choir '38, '39, '40, Class Officer '40, Forensic Club '38. '39, '40, Girls Glee Club '37, '38. '39, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '37, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, Music Festival '37, '39, National Honor Society '39, '40, Operetta '38, Staccato Club '39, '40, Stu- dent Council '38, '40, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40, Sal- ly May Byers Speech Contest '38. DAVID CARL BURNS-"Dave" Chess Club '39, '40, Hi-Y '40, Home Room Officer '39, National Honor Society '40, Student Council '39. LUANA DOLORES CANTWELL-"Dody" G, A. A. '38, Music Festival '37, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. WILLIAM GENE CARTER-"Rochester" Big Broadcast '39, F Club '39, '40, Football '38, '39, '40, Math Club '40, Track '37, '38, '39, '40, LILLIAN RUTH CLARK-"Lilly" Gym Exhibition '38, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40. HAROLD JAMES COMPTON-"Doc" Band '37, Big Broadcast '39, '40, Forensic Club '37. '38, Hi-Y '38, '39, '40, Home Room Officer '39. '40, Orches- tra '38. '39. '40, String Ensemble '38. WENDELL COOK-"Wendie" Home Room Officer '37. JUNE ELIZABETH CONNER G. A. A. '37, '38, Home Room Officer '39. MURIEL LUCRETIA COX-"Pixsey" Gym Exhibition '38, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. JOSEPH H. COY-"Joe" ROBERT LEWIS COY-"Bob" Football '39, '40. HUGH JOSEPH DAVEY-"Prof" Latin Club '37, '38, Math Club '39. '40, KAREN JEANNE DAYWITT Art Club '39, '40, Forensic Club '38. '39, '40, G. A. A. '38, Latin Club '38, '39, Math Club '39, National Honor Society '39, '40, Sunshine Society '38, '39. '40, Jr. Red Cross '40. GARTH DILL-"Pickle" Art Club '39, '40, Chess Club '40, Forum '40, Hi-Y '39, Home Room Officer '38. ARBUTUS DONOHO-"Beauty" Gym Exhibition '38, Orchestra '37. EDWARD DONOHO-"Red" Gym Exhibition '38. LUCILL-E DORROUGH-"Lucy" Gym Exhibition '38. BRUCE BYRON DORSEY-"Barney" Gym Exhibition '38: Home Room Officer '37, '38. EUGENE DORSEY-"Skeeter" Band '37, Math Club '37, '38, '39, '40. ROBERT DOWNER-"Bob" Home Room Officer '37. THEON EGGERS-"Ted" Band '37, '38, '39, '40, Cauldron Staff '39, '40, Chess Club '37, '38, Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Forum '39, '40, Hi-Y '38, '39, '40, Math Club '39, '40: Orchestra '39. ILENE EMERY-"Pud" Gym Exhibition '38, Sunshine Society '38, '39. '40. ELMER DICK FAUST Band '38, '39, Orchestra '38, '39. MARTHA CORDELIA FAUST-"Marty" Cauldron Staff '39, '40, Choir '39, '40, Forensic Club '37. '38. '39, '40, Girls' Glee Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Gym Ex- hibition '38, Home Room Officer '37. '38, Music Festival '37, '39, National Honor Society '39, '40, Operetta '38: Staccato Club '39, '40, Student Council '37, '38, '39, '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40, BETTY FERRELL-"Squirt" Gym Exhibition '38, Music Festival '37, Sunshine So- ciety '38, '39, '40, Home Economics Club '40. JACK STANLEY FICKLE-"Esquire" Art Club '38, '39, Cauldron Staff '39, '40, Class Officer '39, Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Forum '39, '40, High Life Staff '39, Hi-Y Club '38, '39, '40, Home Room Offi- cer '37, '38, Math Club '39, '40, National Honor Society '40, Student Council '37, '38, '39. DARREL CARLTON FISHER-"King Richard" Latin Club '37. EDITH CAROLYN FORD Choir '39, '40, Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Girls' Glee Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Music Festival '39, National Honor Society '40, Staccato Club '39, '40, ETHEL EVA FORD Choir '40, Class Officer '38, Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Girls' Glee Club '39, National Honor Society '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '40, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, Music Festival '37, Staccato Club '40, Sun- shine Society '39, '40. MELVIN EDWARD FOSTER-"Mel" Choir '37, '38, '39, '40, Music Festival '37, '39, Oper- etta '38. JAMES PAUL GADDIS-"Buddy" Band '37, '38, "39, '40, Big Broadcast '38, '39, '40, Caul- dron Staff '39, '40, Chess Club '38, '39, Forum '39, '40, Hi-Y Club '38, '39, '40, Latin Club '37, '38, Math Club '39, '40, National Honor Society '40, Home Room Officer '39, '40. JOE GALEENER, JR. Forum '39, Hi-Y Club '38, Home Room Officer '37, Latin Club '38. LAVAUN GEARHART-"Bonnie" Art Club '37. '38, '39, High Life Staff '40: Student Coun- cil '39, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. MILDRED MAE GEARHART-"Midge" Sunshine Society '39, '40, MARY EARLEEN GLADDING-"Chubby" Band '37, '38, '39, '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. FRED GOLDSBERRY-"Goldy" Boys' Glee Club '37. ELLIS EUGENE GOOD-"Eli" F Club '39, '40, Football '38, '39, '40: Home Room Offi- cer '39, '40, Student Council '40, RUSSELL GERALD GOODNIGHT-"Pete" Art Club '39, Camera Club '39, '40, Choir '38. '39, F. Club '39, '40, Football '37, '38, '39, '40, Operetta '38. JOHN FREDERICK GRIFFEY-"Johnnie" Art Club '38, '39, '40, Basketball, Student Manager '39: Choir '37, '38, '39, '40, Class Officer '38, '40, Football, Student Manager '39, Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40: Forum '39, Boys' Glee Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Hi-Y '38. '39, '40, Math Club '39, '40, Music Festival '39, Oper- etta '38. PAUL GUYER Home Room Officer '37. HELEN LOUISE HACKERD Gym Exhibition '38, High Life Staff '39, '40, Home Room Officer '37, '38, '39, Latin Club '37, '38, National Honor Society '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38. '39, '40. DONALD WILLIAM HACKETT-"Bill" Art Club '37, '38, Chess Club '38, '39, '40, Debate '37, '38, Forum '38, '39, '40, Hi-Y Club '38. '39, Home Room Officer '37. '38, Latin Club '38, '39, Math Club '38. '39, '40, Student Council '38. MARY KATHERINE HAM-"Hambone" Choir '39, '40: G. A. A. '37. '38: Girls' Glee Club '37, '38. '39, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, Music Festival '37, '39, Op- eretta '38, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. BEREA HARLAND-"Bee" Home Room Officer '38, Latin Club '37, '38, Music Fes- tival '37, Student Council '38. FRANCES ANN HARLAND-"Ha-Ha" Art Club '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Offi- cer '38, Sunshine Society '39, '40. JACK OLIVER HARSHMAN-"Pres" Band '37, '38, '39, '40: Cauldron Staff '40, Class Officer '39, '40, Forum '39, '40, Hi-Y '38. '39, Home Room Offi- cer '37, '38, '39, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, Math Club '39, '40, Student Council '40. LELAND HAWKINS-"Hawkeye" 'Big Broadcast '37, '38, '39, '40, F Club '39, '40, Football '37, '38, '39, '40, Forum '39, '40, Home Room Officer '37. JOSEPH HAZELWOOD-Salaami" Art Club '38, '39, '40, Big Broadcast '39, '40, Cauldron Staff '40, Choir '37, '38, '39, '40, Forum '39, '40, Boys' Glee Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Hi-Y Club '38, '39, '40, Home Room Officer '37, '38, Math Club '38, '39, '40, Music Festival '37, National Honor Society '40, Jr. Red Cross '40, Operetta '38, High School Rotarian '40, ROBERT ALLEN HENDERSON-"Bob" THOMAS HERRON Art Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Choir '37, '38, '39, '40, Forensic '39, '40, Boys' Glee Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Hi-Y '38, '39, '40, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Music Festival '37, '39, Operetta '38. SARANNA HILL-"Sary" Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. EULA MAXINE HITE-"Ennie" Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40, G. A. A. '37, '38, '39, '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. BARBARA JEAN HOBBS-"Barb" Art Club '38, '39, '40, G. A. A. '37. '38, '39, '40, Girls' Glee Club '39, '40, Sunshine Society '39, '40, Choir '40. ROBERT BERKLEY HOWE-"Philbe!'t" Art Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Camera Club '38, '39, Chess Club '39, '40, Hi-Y '39, '40, Music Festival '37, Operetta '38, Choir '40. KATHERINE JACKSON-"Kate" Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38. MARY MARGARET JACKSON f Glee Club '38, '39, Gym Exhibition '38, Music Festival '39, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40. ROBERT GEORGE JOHNSON-"Peanut" PHYLLIS ANN JOHNSON:-"Phil" Cauldron Staff '39, '40, oir '40, Class Officer '37, Forensic Club '38, '39, Club '39, '40, Gym Exhibi- tion '38, High Life Staff 40: Home Room Officer '37, '38, '39, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Music Festival '37, '39, National Honor Society '39, '40, Operetta '38, Stac- cato Club '40, Student Council '37, '38, '39, '40, Sun- shine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. KEITH KALLNER Band '38. ROBERT F. KERN-"Bob" Band '37, '38, '39, Forum '39, '40: Hi-Y '38, '39, '40, Home Room Officer '38. HERBERT PHIL KILLMER, JR.-"Herbie" Band '37, '38, '39, '40, Big Broadcast '40, Forum '40: Hi-Y '38, '39, '40, Latin Club '38, Math Club '39, '40, Orchestra '40, Music Festival '37, '39, EDWARD E. KIRKPATRICK-"Ed" Art Club '38, '39, Cauldron Staff '39, '40, Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40, High Life Staff '38, '39, '40, Music Festival '37, National Honor Society '40, Student Coun- cil '37. ANNIE LAURIE KNIPP-"Boots" G. A. A. '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Offi- cer '39, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. EVELYN MAXINE LARIMORE-"Evie" Gym Exhibition '38, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. JAMES A. LAUGHNER-"Jim" Basketball '39, '40, F Club '40, Camera Club '40, Home Room Officer '39, '40, Math Club '40, Student Council '39, '40. JAMES DAVID LEWIS-"Jim" Latin Club '37, Boys' Glee Club '38. CHARLES REX LEWIS Track '37, '38, '39, '40, Art Club '39, Latin Club '37, Math Club '39, '40. ANNA MARIE LINDAUER-"Ann" Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '39. 'rw FRANK N. LINDQUIST-"Windy" CLARA ANN LIPP-"Clarabelle" G. A. A. '37, '38, '39, '40, Forensic Club '38, Latin Club '37, '38, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. JOSEPH WILLIAM LOCKWOOD-"Joe" Band '37, '38, '39, '40, Big Broadcast '38. '39, '40, Chess Club '37, '38, '39, Class Officer '39, Forum '39, '40, Hi-Y '38, '39. '40, Home Room Officer '37, Latin Club '37, '38, Math Club '39, '40, Orchestra '39, '40, National Honor Society '39, '40, Student Council '37, '38, '39. '40, High School Rotarian '40, BEVERLY LYTLE-"Bev" Choir '38, '40, Glee Club '39. '40, Home Room Officer '40, Music Festival '39, Staccato Club '39, '40, Sunshine Society '39, '40, BEVERLY EILEEN MALICOAT-"Bev" Girls' Glee Club '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '39, '40, Music Festival '37, '39, Staccato Club '40, Student Council '40, Sunshine Society '38. '39, '40. ANITA MAE MARTIN-"Tootie" Gym Exhibition '38, Sunshine Society '38. '39. LEONARD JUNIOR MAXEY-"Trixie" CHARLES ROBERT MCCREARY-"Mac" F Club '40, Football '39, '40. KATHERINE LORINE McDONALD--"Kay" Art Club '38, '39, '40, G. A. A. '38, Gym Exhibition '38, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40, BETTY CAROLINE MCEWEN G. A. A. '38, Gym Exhibition '38, High Life Staff '38. '40, Latin Club '38, '40, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40, ELIZABETH ANNE MCGRATH-"Betty" Latin Club '37, Sunshine Society '39, '40, Home Eco- nomics Club '40. MARGARET JOSEPHINE MESSMORE-"Peggy" Art Club '39, '40, Band '37, '38, '39. '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Music Festival '39, Orchestra '38, '39, Staccato Club '39, '40, Sunshine Society '39, '40. MYRTLE BETH MICHAEL-"Beth" Art Club '39, G. A. A. '38, Gym Exhibition '38, Sun- shine Society '37, '38, '39, '40, LAVAUN IMOGENE MICHNER Girls' Glee Club '37, '38, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40. GARTH MILLER Big Broadcast '39, '40, F Club '39, '40, Football '38, '39. '40, Forum '40, Home Room Officer '40, Track '37. JACK MILLER Basketball '38, '39, '40. ANNA LOUISE MINER Cauldron Staff '40, Choir '38, '39, '40, Girls' Glee Club '37, '38. '39. '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Offi- cer '39, Latin Club '38, '39, '40, Music Festival '37. '391 National Honor Society '40, Operetta '38, Staccato Club '39, '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40, DONALD REX MOHR-"Don" Art Club '38, '39, Camera Club '38, '39, Chess Club '37. '38, '39, Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Home Room Of- ficer '38, '39, '40, National Honor Society '40, DONALD MONEY-"Don" Student Council '40. JULIA CAROLYN MOORE-"Judy Mo" Cauldron Staff '40, Big Broadcast '40, Choir '40, Foren- sic Club '38, '39, Glee Club '38, '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '38, '39, Latin Club '37. '39: Music Festival '37, '39, Staccato Club '39, '40, Student Council '39, '40, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40, KEITH MOORE-"Moo" BILLIE JEAN NEES-"Bill" Cauldron Staff '39, '40, Girls' Glee Club '37. '38, '39, '40: Choir '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '37, '38, '39, '40, Latin Club '37. '38. '39, '40, Math Club '40, Music Festival '37, '39, National Honor Society '40, Operetta '38, Staccato Club '39, '40, Student Council '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. CARROLL REX NEES Cauldron Staff '40, Chess Club '38, '39, '40, Math Club '39. '40, National Honor Society '4O. DORIS MAE NEIBERT-"Dordy" High Life Staff '39, '40Z Latin Club '38, '39, '40, Jr. Red Cross '40, EVA PAULINE NIEBRAND Cauldron Staff '40, Choir '37, '38, '39. '40, Girls' Glee Club '37, '38. '39, '40, High Life Staff '40, Home Room Officer '37, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Operetta '38, Music Festival '37, '39, Staccato Club '39. '40, Student Council '37, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. LEWIS EDWIN NOWLAN. JR.-"Buck" Hi-Y '38, '39. '40, Latin Club '37, '38, '39. FRANK OTTERMAN, JR.-"Puney" Football '38, '39. HENRY A. PAHLKE-"Hap" Band '37, Gym Exhibition '38, Hi-Y '38. '39, '40Z Latin Club '37, '38, '39. MAX PAYNE-"Inky" Art Club '39, Camera Club '40, Orchestra '38. JEANNE PENCE Gym Exhibition '38, Music Festival '39: Sunshine Soci- ety '37, '38, '40. ROBERT PETERSON-"Red" Band '37, '38. '39, '40, Camera Club '39, Cauldron Staff '40, Forum '39. '40, Hi-Y '38. '39. '40, Math Club '39. '40, National Honor Society '40, Orchestra '39. '40. ELMER LEROY PHILLIPO-"Junior" Band '37. '38. '39, '40, Hi-Y '39: Orchestra '38. BOBBIE JOE PIERCE-"Bob" Band '37, Hi-Y '38, Music Festival '37. '39, Orchestra '38. '39, '40. PAUL PRICE Choir '38, Boys' Glee Club '38. '39, Latin Club '371 Music Festival '37, Operetta '38. HAROLD JUNIOR RABANUS-"Banie" Choir '38, '39. '40, Boys' Glee Club '37, '38. '39. '40, Latin Club '37, '38. '39, Music Festival '37, '39, Operetta '38. VIRGINIA FLORENCE RAPP-"Ginny" Band '37. '38, Big Broadcast '39, '40, Choir '40: Foren- sic '37, '38, '39, Girls' Glee Club '39, '40, Gym Exhibi- tion '38, Home Room Officer '40, Latin Club '37, '38. '39, Music Festival '37, '39, National Honor Society '40: Staccato Club '39, '40, Student Council '39, '40, Sun- shine Society '37, '38, '39. '40. VIRGINIA REED Girls' Glee Club '37, '38, '39, Gym Exhibition '38, Sun- shine Society '37, '38, '39. '40, MARY JOSEPHINE REEF Glee Club '37, '38, '39, Gym Exhibition '38, Music Fes- tival '37, '39. KENNETH REYNOLDS--"Kenny" F Club '39, '40, Football '37, '38, '39, '40. MARY MAXINE RICKER Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '39, Music Fes- tival '37, Student Council '39, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. JOHN ROBERT ROGERS Big Broadcast '38, '40, High Life Staff '39, '40, Latin Club '38, '39, '40, WILMA FRANCES ROGERS-"Frannie" Home Room Officer '40, Music Festival '39, Orchestra '37, '38, '39, '40, Student Council '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. CORNELIA FERN ROOT-"Connie" Girls' Glee Club '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Music Festival '39, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. KENNETH ROUSH-"Kenny" Art Club '38, '39, Camera Club '40, Latin Club '38. CELIA JEAN ROWE Cauldron Staff '39, '40, Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, High Life Staff '39, Latin Club '37, '38, National Honor Society '39, '40, Student Council '37, '38, '39, '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40, JOHN R. SCHAIBLEY, JR.-"Johnnie" Chess Club '39, '40, Forum '39, '40, Hi-Y '39, '40, Math Club '40. BETTY JEAN SELLERS High Life Staff '39, Orchestra '37, '38, '39, '40, Sunshine society '39, '40, EVELYN JEAN SEXTON-"Sleepy" G. A. A. '37, Girls' Glee Club '37, '38, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '39, '40, Music Festival '39, Operetta '38, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. CHARLES SHANKLIN, JR.-"Winkie" Big Broadcast '39, '40, F Club '39, '40, Football '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '38, '39, '40. JOHN WALTER SHANKS-"Johnnie" EUGENE SHEETS-"Sheetsy" JOE BILL SIBBITT-"Sibb" Band '37, '38, '39, '40, Big Broadcast '38, '39, '40, Caul- dron Staff '40, Forensic Club '37, '38, '39, Golf '37, '38, '39, '40, Hi-Y '38, '39, '40, Home Room Officer '37, '38, '39, '40, National Honor Society '39, '40, Orchestra '39, Student Council '38, '39, '40, Track '39, '40. WILLIAM SIFFIN, JR.-"Bill" Art Club '38, '39, '40, Debate '38, Forum '39. '40I High Life Staff '39, '40, Hi-Y '39, '40, Home Room Officer '37, '38, '39, Latin Club '38, Math Club '39. '40, National Honor Society '39, '40, Jr. Red Cross '40. HELEN SIMMONS G. A. A. '37. CHARLES ROBERT SMITH-"Chuck" Home Room Officer '37, '38, '39, '40, Student Council '37, '38, '39, '40. MARCELIAN SMITH-"Cur1ie" Gym Exhibition '38. MEURIS M. SMITH-"Flash" Big Broadcast '40, Cauldron Staff '40, Class Officer '38, '39, '40, F Club '38, '39, '40, Football '39, '40, Forensic Club '38, '39. '40, Home Room Officer '38, '39, Math Club '40, National Honor Society '39, '40-, Student Coun- cil '38, '39, Track '37, '38, '39, '40, High School Rotarian '40 WINIFRED JEAN SPURGEON-"Winnie" Band '37, '38, '39, G. A. A. '39, Home Room Officer '37, '40, Sunshine Society '3-9, '40. JAMES FREDERICK STINSON-"Stud" Art Club '39, '40, Basketball '37, '38, '39, '40, Class Offi- cer '37, Chess Club '40, F. Club '39, '40, Home Room Officer '37, Student Council '37. THETIS STRAIN-"Tissy' Art Club '37, G. A. A. '37, '38, Girls' Glee Club '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Music Festival '39, Operetta '38, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. HELEN INEZ STUBLEYf"Innie" Art Club '38, '39, '40, Cauldron Staff '40, Sunshine So- ciety '38, '39, JULIA ANN SULLIVAN-"Judy" Home Room Officer '40, Latin Club '38, Sunshine Soci- ety '37, '38, '39, '40, JAMES E. TEDFORD-"Stinky" Band '37, '38, '39, '40, Big Broadcast '38, '39, '40, I-Ii-Y '38, '39, '40, Orchestra '40, WANDA TEEGARDEN-"Jerry" Cauldron Staff '40, Girls' Glee Club '37, Gym Exhibi- tion '38, Music Festival '37, Sunshine Society '37. THOMAS MICHAEL TERPINAS-"Mike" Forensic Club '37, Hi-Y '38, '39, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, Music Festival '37, '39, Orchestra '37, '38, '39, String Ensemble '38, '39. MARY LOU THATCHER Choir '40, Forensic '39, '40, G. A. A. '37, '38, Girls' Glee Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Home Room Officer '40, Latin Club '39, Music Festival '39, Operetta '38, Staccato Club '39, '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40, RUTH TI-IAYER Choir '40, G. A. A. '37, '38, Girls' Glee Club '37, '38, '39, '40, High Life Staff '38, '39, Music Festival '37, '39, Op- eretta '38. DOROTHY THOMPSON-"Dottie" G. A. A. '39, Girls' Glee Club '37, Home Room Officer '38, Sunshine Society '37, '38. DONALD THOMPSON-"Red" Basketball '36, '38. WILLIAM MILNER WADDELL-"Waddle" Basketball '40, Chess Club '40, F Club '40, PAULITA WEAVER-"Polly" G. A. A. '38, '39, '40, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '38, '39, '40, Student Council '38, '39, '40, Sun- shine Society '38, '39, '40. FREDERICK WEIDA-"Fred" Choir '40. BETTY JANE WEST-"Bet" Cauldron Staff '40, Music Festival '37, '39, Orchestra '37, '38, '39, '40, Staccato Club '40, Sunshine Society '38, '39, '40. FRANCES ANN WILSON-"Annie" G. A. A. '37, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '37, '38, '40, National Honor Society '40, Student Coun- cil '37, '38, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. LEOLA ARLEEN WILSON-"Trix" G. A. A. '40, Sunshine Society '39, '40. HELEN LOUISE WOOD-"W0odie" Forensic Club '38, '39, '40, Girls' Glee Club '39, Gym Exhibition '38, High Life Staff '39, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Music Festival '38, National Honor Society '40, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. FRANCES WRAY--"Frannie" Gym Exhibition '38. HELEN ADELE YOUNG Girls' Glee Club '38, '39, Gym Exhibition '38, Home Room Officer '39, Staccato Club '40, Sunshine Society ' '37, '38, '39, '40. MIRIAM MARIE YOUNG-"Mitz" Forensic Club '39, '40, G. A. A. '37, '38, Gym Exhibition '38, '40, Latin Club '37, '38, '39, Sunshine Society '37, '38, '39, '40. JAMES OWEN ZERFAS-"Bumpy" Band '39, Big Broadcast '37, '38, '39, '40, Chess Club '39, '40, Football '37, '38, Glee Club '38, Music Festival '38. DICK ZIPPERIAN-"Zipp" Chess Club '38, '39, '40, Hi-Y '38. S IXTY-Fl If'l'll ANN UAI. High School Commencement IIUNYARD llAl,l, Tl1ursclay lSYCl1lllg', May 23. 19-10 8:00 O'cloclc l,l'L'llllll'-AllL'g'I'i3 from "Sy111pl1o11y. No. 12" .... Mozart lligh School Orcliestra l,I'0CCSSl0llZ1lTl,OIHP 111111 Cil'ClllllStZ1llCC .............. lilgar iIlYUL'Zl.llUll ......,..................... Rev. 'Iohu A. Farr The Cireeu CllfllCfll'Z1l ............................... lluhu Girls' Choral Cluh Speakers -lack llzu'sl1111:111, Master of Cereluoiiies lluilnliug' Into the Future .................... 110111121 Buclcl Success ................. .......... X Yilliam Siffiu I'rese11tatio11 of l,,l17lOI1l21S ........... Supt. M. N. O'Ba1111o11 l,l'CSC'lltZll.lOll of llouor Students ........ Prim. A, IC. Comlou I Thought of You ................................ lilc-111111 Girls' CllUl'Zll Club lleiierliction ....................... Rev. C. R. llefenclcrfer RC'CCSSlOll2ll-el'lt'StiVlll March .... .................. l Sergh Baccalaureate Services ITUXYAIUD llAl.I. ' Suuclziy liveiiiug. May lfl, N40 S200 O'cloclc Preluclef-Selection from "liern-nice" ........ .. llz1111lel High School lll'CllL'Sll'1l Processioiiulfhlarche Dig11itai1'e .................... XY:1lt Invocation ..........,........ Rev. S. l'. U'Reilley Response'-lJrescleu Amen .... .... ............. X X '2lgllt'l' Cheruhim Song' ............................. llOl't1lyZl.llSlil lligh School Choir Scripture Rezuliug' ..................... Rev. C. ll. XY1lllllCC May Now Thou Spirit .......................... Schuetky lligh School Choir Sermon-"1 -xlll That I 1-Xiu" .......... Rev. Ll. C. Forcl The l.0l'1l'S Prayer ..............,,..... .... IN lulotte-lleis Girls' LillOl'21l Cluh Beueclictiou ............................. Rev. J. ll. Miller Recessioimlfklarche Noble . . . ........ ..... l inch SENIOR CLASS PLAY WHAT A LIFE By Clifford Goldsmith A Comedy of High School Life in Three Acts THF CHARACTFRS Miss Shea ...................... Donna Budd Mr. Nelson . . . .. . . .. john Schaibley Mr. Patterson .. Edward Kirkpatrick Miss Pike ..,... ....... A im XYilson Bill ............. ... joe llazelwood Miss liggleston . . . . .. Doris Neibert Miss johnson .. .... Paulita XYeayer Mr. Yecchitto . . . .. Thomas Terpinas lienry Aldrich ... ... Lewis Nowlan Barbara Pearson .. Eva Niebrand tiertie .......... . . . Phyllis johnson Mr. Bradley .. ........ Hugh Davey Miss XYheeler . . . . . . NYanda Teeguarden George Bigelow . .. ..... Bill Buchanan Mrs. Aldrich .... julia Sullivan Mary ........................ Barbara Hobbs llirector-Miss llattic Campbell HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1940 l am the spirit of Frankfort High. l am the life of this school. Those dead look- ing grey walls, those solid red bricks, they're part of me. Year after year l am carried into the world by departing graduates. Yet every year l am born anew in the hearts of those who rise to fill the classrooms . . . I am the spirit of Frankfort High. In the spring of 1936 there came the usual happy, boisterous, but promising group. They soon proved to be no ordinary group, and by the end of September had organized their class. with Phyllis -lolmson, james Stinson and jean Rowe serving as officers. The first semester was a busy one. Building of Science llall was progressing, and with the coming of the second term the freshmen biology class moved into the new building. That last half of freshmen year will live on in f the "Big Broadcast," "YYhite Ilussars." Band Fair, spring vacation, choosing a king and queen for F. H. S. Then, on May 29 - vacation! Three glorious months of freedom ahead, to be followed by the return to school as sophomores. Vpon returning in September the new soph- omore class elected for class officers: Meuris Smith. president: .lean Rowe, vice-president: hlohnnic tiriffey, secretary: and lithel Ford, treasurer. Nineteen thirty-seven and thirty-eight proved to be very progressive years for the sophomore class. Members of the class helped in choosing a school crest. and in obtaining and equipping a recreation room, there the class held their first party for the year, on Halloween. Later, many members of the class participated in the second annual High Life banquet, the prom, and the F. Club blanket hop. Before the class of '40 was aware of it. another year of school had ended. Opening day next September found the class marching back to the campus. Fnd of the month found jack Fickle, president of the class: Jack Harshman, vice-president: Joe Bill Lockwood. secretary, and Meuris Smith, treasurer. jean Rowe was vice-president of the Student Council. As Hallowe'en rolled around, four class mem- bers, Phyllis johnson, llelen XYood, jack Fickle. and Bill Siffin, attended the National Scholastic Press Convention in Indianapolis. Miss Doris Knox. and President Fickle, start- ed plans for the class's big event of the year- the junior-Senior Prom. Committees were chosen and the work began. February saw nine members of the class en- rolled in the National Ilonor Society. The lucky juniors were Donna Budd, -leanne Daywitt, Mar- tha Faust, Phyllis johnson. Joe Bill Lockwood, Meuris Smith, joe Bill Sibbitt, jean Rowe. and Bill Siffin. The junior party, held the same month, took a novel turn. The class held the party in a local skating rink, and a rousing good time they had. Spirited fellows, those juniors. That spirit held good in March, when Frank- fort's Fighting Five, led by Jim Laughner, a junior, went from sectional through to state, to snatch the title for the fourth time. Activities of the year included the Forum trial and banquet, the first animal Hi-Y father and son banquet, the first Blue and XYhite Day, and. for a second time in their years at F. li. S., a championship basketball team. September, 1939. rolled around. School opened. The class of 1940, the seniors, took their places at the head of the student body. Officers of the year: president, .lack Harshman: vice-president, Johnnie Griffey: secretary, Donna Budd: treas- urer, held a pow-wow to select candidates for class sponsor. The members of the class elected Miss Della Maud Sanders, head of the mathe- matics department and Math Club. The first job was choosing of a Cauldron staff. To Billie .lean Nees went the honorsand work -of editor-in-chief. joe Hazelwood and Rex Nees were made business managers. James Paul Gaddis, sales manager. and his sales staff. set a record when they sold 865 year-books by Febru- ary seventh. From September to january the school was a succession of photographers, flash bulbs. cam- eras. and what have you. The reason: Cauldron pictures. The year was a hurried jumble of memories. The football team was outstanding. lt was head- ed by seniors. The basketball team almost "went to state." lt was led by l.aughner. Stinson. XVad- dell-all seniors. The pep sessions were the most unusual, bizarre. and distinctive ever held in lloward Hall. A member of the class of '-10 was at the root of it-joe Hazelwood. .loc Hill Lock- wood. Student Council president. helped plan. institute. and execute the "cadet" system. In clubs, activities. scholarship. and leadership. the senior class excelled. There were all the activities of the last semes- ter. Time flew . . . Class Day, baccalaureate. Sallie Byers, then, CtJMlXlliNCli1N1ENTl . . . a room full of graduates taking a 1ast look at their classmates, their teachers. and their school. The class of '40 has passed on into the world. 1X'ith it goes a feeling of joy, sorrow, pride. love -and the Spirit of Frankfort High lives on. CLASS DAY Salutatory .. .............. .. john Griffey Class History .. .. -lack Fickle and XYilliam Siffin Class l'oem .. . . . . john Schaibley Class 1Yill .. .... julia Moore Virginia Rapp Charles Smith Donald Hackett Herbert Killmer l'resentati0n of Senior Awards . .. A. 12. Condon Address by Senior President .. . Jack Harshman Response by Junior President .. lierniece Carey School Song ..... i .......... . . Entire Class Reeessional. Sept. Sept. Oct. 2 Oct. 13 .77 HISTORY OF CLASS OF 1940 . . . . . .School began. . . . . .llome room elections. .. ...Senior class officers elected. . . . . . .Senior dance after Kokomo game Oct. 26, 27 ...Teachers' Association. Nov. 23 . 2-1 .. .Thanksgiving vacation. Dec. 19 ...... Students meeting. Dec. 20 ...... Home liconomic Club party. Dec. 21 . . . . .1.atin Club party. Dec. 22 ...... ilr. Red Cross party for under- privileged children. Dec. 22 ...... Rand and orchestra dance. Dec. 22 ...... Christmas vacation. Jan. 2 .. . . .Christmas vacation ended. Jan. 12 ...... First semester ended. fan. 19 ...... G. A. A. dance. jan. 31 . . . .lli-Y banquet. Feb. 15 ...... Forensic banquet. Feb. 16 ...... Senior class meeting. Feb. 23 ...... Student Council dance. March 15 .... Freshman party. March 17 .... Declamation contest. March 28 .... junior class party. March 29 .... blr. Red Cross banquet. April . . . .Staceato Club dance. April ...... Spring vacation. April 15 ..... Spring vacation ended. April 16 ..... Sallie May Byers essay contest. April 18 ..... Sunshine lN1other's tea. April 19 ..... High Life banquet April 24 ..... National llonor banquet. April 26 .. .."l"" Club blanket hop. May 16 ...... Senior class play. May 17 . ...,lunior-Senior prom. May 19 ...... Baccalaureate. May 20 May 20 May 21 Slay 22 May 23 . . . . . .Sallie May llyers speech contest . . . . . .Cauldrons delivered. .. ...Senior picnic. . . . . . .Class Day. .. . . . .Ctimmencement. i' i THE JUNIORS lfirst row -f ljorrainc johnson, Mary johnson, llc-lon liern, Donna Irwin. Mary Golden, Hope Henning. Second row - lloris Kelley, Delores liilylllf, lilcanoi Lariinorc, Gertrude Hines, lllarv Forlow. lzuncs llard Q' ' ' L-sly. 'l'hird row fA Max -lolinson, Mzrrtllzl llurmon, lVl2ll'g'1ll'Cl Grafton, l':Lt llolulns, llclcn Ciunion, Xlllltcr llarrison Fourth TONY'--l.Zll1Ct' Howard, Cllurlcs lloffmzm, Harold s Groves, Hill jackson, l'z1ul llntcllinson, Ted Hooker. R Fifth rowfliolm Ciiosewelir, liill llollis. Richard Hinton liolm Hollis, Rziymoncl Kelley, .lack jurrell. lfirst row-Ada lficecliler, Mary Galley. Vera Arndt, llctty Carroll, lilizzibctll Downs, lionnic Hogan, Mary llllcn Ashley, lxlllftllll. Glover, Lynette Garrison, lilzinclie Glover. Second rowfllorotliy Collins, Mancttc Darling. ,lznncs lirandon, john lfnnncrt, Virginia llzuwlzilmy, Nutlletta linker. lsalmclle Coy. liill l'lt'l'g'llSOl1, -Icwell linnnett. Tliird row f- lion CllZllNllCI', llill llzunn, Maynard Conzirroc. liill l'lI'ZlllClS, George l':Clg'ZIl', llolb liolan, Utliel llecker, .luck lfarling, Roscoe Fanning, lildcn lirarlcn. lrirst row--Herbert Patclic-tt. Virginia Nance, lfrcd Mc- Coy, .lcannc Mclvcr. 'lzunes Langllncr. liarlvara L21- Croix, l-iill lilippel, l,co LZLBZILI, Kenneth Owens, .lack Junior Officers Klippcl. -lack Knoll, Holm Kirkwood. liddic l,yl1Cll,-lOl' Ucrnicce Cmev pmsident M21SfQ"S- llelcn M. lxliclmi, xm--ffl-will-lit S4-cond row ffllcnson Norris. lima-rson Moore. fic-oi'g'v lxlaxiue lxlichagl' 56011-ml-V Mutlicwson. Vcrylcf hlacolis. Alvin Ilmlg-hllwg 'ly-t.aSul.Ql. First mu' - lluln Spray. fZltl1C1'll1C lQl1Cll. Mary Slmulcr, Xxlilllflll Lipp, llctlt Millcr. lcla Lynch, licralclinc tJ'Ncill. Martha Major. Sccuml row 7 XYaltc1' l,lllClIll1Cl', XYL-nclcll Spitlcr. Mil- mlrcrl lylqkt-11, lictty lll1l'Clflll. l2StllC1' lXlj'1ll'S, liarlvara lxlilllll, rl'l1elma lNlcAclams, lNlaxlnc Slacle. 'l'l1i1'tl row f Gerald O'Ncill, llob Sltavcr. Holm l'it-rcc. Charles Marks, l3vx'c1'ly Smith, .lolm Maxsrm, llick Lmclquist. lllll l'a1'lcc1'. lxroy NlcManama. lfuurtlt row 4 .lolm 1Xll1lCCll1lkJj'4'l'. l,ccm Rickt-1'. XYILXIIC Miller, 'l'c'rl Spaulcliug. lfirst ' nm'-lllclq Spray. lfrcwla XX'lClillZllll. lfrauccs Sto- ve-us. Betty Stcx't-ustm. Anita Stulmley, lit-tty XYallacQ. Xcra Stn-w't1't l'x1 l' lui Za-rfai. Sc-ctmcl row 4 Stinc, Clcona Scilncr, . z . . . , 'fr xo sun, Clcta Rulmistm. llc-ttv N llavc XYl1lllllOI'L', Holm l'mx't-r, llulurcs I 'Xllry Sllt-cts. lXla1'ily11 Scllan- lmackcr. liloise Yolz, Mary X l'i1 loung. Xvlllllllll Ret-cl. 'l'l1i1'fl Vow - llill Sharp, Clcralrl Rt-cl, lXlZll'g'ZlI'Ct Rt-t-tl. Morris Spcitcl, l'l1il XYci111t'1'. l:UllI'lQll row f ticcmlgt' 'l'l1m'11tu11, xlulm l'ylt-s. tllark lQlCll2l.l'ilS. 'st row f- llertlta Young, ,lolm XYcalclcv, Drusilla Xxlyilft. Xxllllllll XYOIIIIQCY, lXlZU'QfZll'Cl lXlClNl..El.ll0ll, L41 111611 Stewart, Ruth Xvllllrllyltx. ,lim rl'lum1pso11. 1 1-- vcoml rowfgliill hlarrcl, liuclulplt XYltSIl1Z'lll. liulu Sulli- van. llick Soc, 'loc llaywitt. 'lolm Allmitz, Holm llcuclcr- son. lhll lxcrscy. llcrlmert Xllcblv, lfloyrl llugan, liulu- vrt lilock, llill XYaiuscott. lhircl row --- Curtis Strain. liolu-rt Suits. lim l"r:1zim' llt-1'lw1't Yolz. 'loan l,Zl1lQ'llCI'ly, Hola 'l'allml-rt. THE SOPHOMORES First roxx' - xiL'l'1lCll l'lL'I'Q'l1SOll. Clulrlcs llzlclqvlt, l 1 1 llictcrlc, lilizzibctli lizivcs, hlzmct l:Ulll'lllL'l'. hlczim tc lilliott. Grace Fu ust. Second row--llolm licc, Yirgiiiizi Grismii, 'lozui llzu in Mary f1i'cg'o1'y. Wilma lwmstcr, Betty llowclvii. la llzwlziml, Mzlrvlvim llzliigliciiiy. lzxzi lzilqc-1ilmc1'i'y .f . 'l'lii1'fl row f- Mzuilorrl lizlcls. klunioi' llTCL'll. -lc'i'i'y lfiil nccliy, Mzlrtlizl lfifller, Vzluliiiv Duty, llzi llZ1llQ'Cl'. lloi otliczi Hzlrlzliicl, Nova Faust. lrilllflll row - Malcolm liriiistczul, Alam lfvzuis, o limli-cs. lfirst row nf llyroii Cllllllllllllll, Holm QQZLIIICYUII. iXllll'X'lll Killlllllilll. llill C211'tCl'. Scco1icl 1'owffKl:11'y llzisli. Ruth frosc. Lllizirlollc fzuiip- lmcll. l'z1t Vmiii. Mcllvzigciic Clossin, llilllllllt' Clzirlc. I 4 .. Y... lxiitli Loiirzul, lxlillv' Lliilrlrcsri. X irgiiiiu Qripc, Mary Clviiclciiniiig. 'l'liii':l 1'oix'f-:X1'tlii1i' cllUSSlll, -lolm Clossiii, Holm llziylcss. lfstlici' L'li:uicllzu', Xxvlllllil. Czu'tc1', licriizuliiic lirziiirlt. lloimic lil'CNVCl'. .Mina llanc, Xlliiiclzi llviiiivtl. Doro- lliczi clllllllJl'lClgC. l"loi'cncc linker. lioiirtli row -- liCl'XX'f'll .'Xzi1'oii, Orville Alla-11. XYz1yiiv lioots. hlzmics Cooley, lXlZ'll'lOll llyrlcy, bloliu lil'CXVCl', Iii-:ml llvllloiwl. I irst rowgllcttx' Hollis, XYilliz1m lolmson. Patti llursli- man, llzizc-l llciitlioruc. ccoml rowf-llick llollis, lxlilly lluffcr. Louise bloucs. Mary -Io S1J1'lllg'Cl'. l'liirrl row - lllilforcl Moiicy. llill llufl, llzlrry hlioiicx .lzmics lolmson. 'ourtli TOXY--xvlllllllll lloycr, lXl2ll'Yll1 Nlvzlllzlcc, Robert Kaiser, Mauricc lliiflcr, Ricliarcl lialliicr, l.2lNYl'Cl1L'U Holland. Sophomore Officers lieu-laura StL'YC1lSOll, l,l'CSitlCl1l. bluniiitzi Poscy, Yicc-Prcsiclcilt Tecl llnzclwoocl, Sec1'ctai'y Phyllis l'ui'clue, 'lll'CElSlll'C1' First row- Agatha l.ucas, Peggy Mathewson, ,lane Mohr. Bertha Michner, Betty Moore, Mary Norris, Mary Mihay, Beatrice Lowe, Rose Kelley, Milclrecl Kenney. Seconcl row - lithel Mann. Ilelen Myers, .lean l.ane. lohn Killmer, Virginia McGrath, Joyce McNutt. Mary Mattix, lulia Mvers, Margaret Miller, Miriam Kuhn, 5 Helen Lewis, Marybelle Kirby, lhyllis Nees, Dorothy McCoy, Dorothy liaton. 'I'hircl row-junior Miller, Ralph Oberclorf, 'l'om Major ,lack l,anclers, XYilliam McMurtrey, 'Ferl Neicllinger XYilliam Metzger, Ross Michael, Russell McNelly. First row- l.eslie Ostler. lfmory Smith. Louise Peter- son, ,loan Sipe, Gene Pickering, Charles Slipher, Mel- ba Uhlemaker, llill Shanks. Seeoncl rowf-liarle Phillipo, .lake Rueh. Tom O'llara. Hob Randolph. Carl Rash, l,ucile Reagan, Norma Peters. l.illian Primack, Alma Ryan, Marjorie Smith. 'l'hircl row-4Robert Ricker. Robert Randolph, John Us- ter, Robert Rogers, Augustus Rice. XYilliam Randolph, liarbara Owens, .lean Shanklin, Bonnie Sherrill, llelen Perkins, lietty Payne. Fourth row - Phyllis Price, XYilliam Pippenger, Max Ricker, l.ee Shearer, Violet Sharp, Frances Robbins. Milrlrefl Shires, Morris Robley, NYilliam Snycler. First row--fFlorence Tlioinpson. Flossie XYarren, Pete Terpinas, Mary Sparrow. Nancy Spraclling, lirelyn Streets, Robert XYright. Second row--junior XN'alker, XYilliam 'l'immons, llollace XYise, lfhyllis Stroup, Barbara 'I' o ney. l.ucyellen Strain, Marilyn XVeicla. Thircl row - Robert Swanson, Xliilliam Zobrist, Rose- mary XYilson, llilly XYray, Bonnie Utterback. l,ois Young, Muriel Yuill. Fourth row - .lack L'nroe, XVarcl Unclerwoocl, Don Thomas, llavicl Strausburg. Noble l.ee XYilson, Phil XYise, llarolfl Suits. Fifth rowfAllan Stone, Frank 'l'hompson. v I THE FRESHMAN lfirst l'0XYf"l2lCli .'Xlc'rs. llarulml l31'zu11111cll. Milton lilunk, Nfwmzln llyruc, Mzllwl Allie, Mary l.ou Cllittick, liliz- 1 llwtll Curr. llumllly .Xpplcg'atc. Nurrnzl llllCl111ll2lll. lhm llvzwlllc-1'. Sc-cmrcl rmv - ,lzum-s .AXyn-rs, l'sl'i1l1li llcurmlslcy, ,lunior ,X mich. NHVIIIZIII lluslrmzm, Rolmcrt llcmmclt. liclwin Xlw. Rolvcrl :X5'rcs, Louis QIITCY, Ullic lllcvcxls. klzunes Vlcmzmi llzlrulfl lluntin, Tom Aclzuns, llonnlcl Hzlty. ,l zuncs l'll'UXX'll. -luck Czurtwc-ll, Milclrccl llzllqcr. lfirsl row fr 'loam l'lk'Zll'. lizlttic lirzm, liluriu llmlglus, lictty lfullcr. llumtlly Clark. Czlllrcriuc l"urmz1n. filo- rrn Qllllg'i'll. lxzulllmc llorscy, Doris C'olg1'm'v, Klury lQrlxx'z11'cls. Suvmul l'HXY'fll'XXlll Culrcu. XYz15'11c fl2l1'fl. Mary l"crg'11- sun, lXlZLl'jiJl'lC Llolclcn. Putsx' Glover, lXl2l.llll'Yll lfcrrvll. liwlmvrl l':ZlSl1'l'lj'. 'lzmrcs llimmitt, blllllll. l"m'rc'sl. Cullm- ryn llClllSOll. 'l'l1ircl l'OXX"1lXl2lI'j' iluscxx'ul1r. lfllcu lfc-1'g11su11. lXlz11'jm'iu Clay, juan llmmlm, Cllzwlclmc lfzmst. Mary .lu lfllis, lizlllmlccu lJcL'rovs. l,cmrrz1im- Cripc. lfuurllr run' f llcmzrlfl flUCllC1lOl1l'. Karl fizllnlc, XY:Llly Clcmrzul. 'lZllllCIi flc':11'l1L'z11't. Clzxylmm llrmolm. XY:1llcr l7m'11vy, Alwc lllllll. ll1'SI l'UXY'-hlllllll llzrrmzm. llclly llcclgv. l'm-ggy lsgrig. llc-zltricv lluyvs. .luliu iiuntlc. ccmcl l'UXX'+AlZlI'5' llurr, l'l1yllis llilllllllfbll. -lllllll. llcm- rm-1'ling', lla-lrlzl llzlmilluu, Freshmen Officers llrirrl rmx'-- llczm llymzm. .Xlicc llirt. Clulrluttc llcu- If Hmchiwn lwvcgidcut sou. Patsy Ciuuifm, liulm llzlrl. Furl llmrzml. 'I,um,g Kmmcdx, X'iu,-llmgidcnt lllllflll 1'rm'-lYilli:u11 llvmmcrly. 'l':l1g'i'Ili' lluffcr. llzlr- Qlml-19, Sting' 51-CH-ml-y wlfl ll2lV1'lSUl1- lllllllillll ll0'lLf0- Xurmzl lluclrzlllzm, rlll'C2lSll1'L'l' J First row - XYi11iz1111 1,e111e1111, james 1x12lXS011, Rcrhert Miller, blames .1011I1SO11. -101111 1,y111z111. Second l'0NX'iiX1Zlg'f1Zl1Cl1C Kliipp, Olive iX1C1JUllZ1.1C1. Sully I,o11'11e11, lieverly King. Grethel Murphy, joan jones lflizalmeth Myers, 112lI'15ZlI'Z1 See. 'l'hircl 1'o1v-Yi1'gi11iz1 Miller, C11111'101.tC '1ZlQ'g'CI'S, 11011111L -1011l1SOl1, 11z1r1Jz11':1 Kl'2l.l1lCI'. DIOZII1 Muttux, Mary Nelson 1:I'Ci1El Leger, Ruth Martin, 1ix'e1y11 Ki1111ett. lfuurtli row-1'11i1 1X1CCO1'111ZlCk. 101111 Me1ii1111ey. 13111111111 Kiuclley, .12l.C1i Kelley, john Kelley. XY:1y11e Myers George New. llzlrrisoii Mclrer, 1:11111-s lX1C1J0l11l1f1. lfirst rmr - 1,l'0CtO1' XYz1i11seott, 13011 Thoinpsoil. 151111 Sniith, Hill Stillwell, C11l1t0l1 xX'1C1C1121.ll1, Fred xYZl1'l'C11, 11101111011 Stokes. Seefmcl row-f11etty Swift, Mary ixllll XY1l11C1'0XY. Mina -lillll' XYi1ki11so11, ,lack Stevens. XY:111c1:1 Spe11eer, Heu- lriee Spear, 1'f1':1 XXX11111, 1X1Hl'1Z11lZ1. XYI11111. '1'hirr1 11111-Y-Rie11z11'c1 Mitts, Roy XYZlt1i1llS. 1':1l11Cl' Zxryers. Mary ,lame XYhite, Marthzi '1i1lEl1QC11Cl', Niul Stevens. Isabella XX'its111:111, Una Spacey, Ruth '1'1111111z1s, l5i11y .Io Smith, Doris Z1lJ13Cl'1Zl1l. 1511111111 mxx' sf Robert Snider. ,Iz1111es XX'i1so11, XYi111erl XYheeler, Max '1'i111111o11s, X'Yil1iz1111 XY1'ig'11t. First row - 1I111llJl1 Slipher. 1flea1101'a Rogier, Yirgiiiia Owens, Bllllllil' Sue Sheets, RZ'I.1'15Z1.l'Z1. Sihhitt, Phyllis Norris, 51111111 S1oz111. Charles Slzuigliter, Bill Robison. Second row-lietty Reno, Robert RCZIIQEII1. Martha Ryan. 130111110 Roush, 1112111 Price, 1301121111 Robison. Chester 1'it111z111, Dale Ruse, Tom fy1DOl1llC11. Third YOXY-.1ll1110l' 1Y,01'k111SO11, Lois Pope, Iisther Pur- s1111,F1o1'e11ce Pzliuter, Putty Sharp, Betty Rohley, .11111iz1 Schlosser, 101111 Nurris, .1:1ek Schlosser, 1301121111 Pierce. OF THE EIGHTH GRADERS 151151 1'11w- 111111115 X1111u1', S110 x1Ll1l1'111g, 111-115' 51:11'1'11, .111 ixllll 11Elj'XXZl1'11, 11111111111 Yantis, Joan Crutchfield, B111 Spencer. Jack Sheridan, Harold Coy. Wilburn Coy, Robert Thompson. 901111141 1'11w-13111111111 1lc1111N 131-111' 1'11s111:111. x12lI'Y Y111111". 1'111'1115 fX1:11511. R11sc111u1'x' 1jC1L'1'S, 11l'Ul'tLQL' Wise, 1X1ill'j' 1'111lL'. N12l1'1k' 1'1l'1lj21l111l1, x12ll'j' 1gL'L'K'1l1L'l', 1111111111 SL'1IL'llC1i, 1111111-1'1 S1'111'11L'1i. 1311114 131111g111s. '1'1111'11 row- -1111111 151-1'14'1m111, -1111111 .111111'f, 111111 112ll't1j', 1'1C1XY211'l1 111'CCl1. ,1 11111111 1'111l111k'11. 11111 X1Cl'l'1ll1ZlIl. 511111 11111, 311111-11111 L'111111cr, Kicmarqc 1.L'XY1r, XYz111:1cc IQ11111, A1111-1'1 . 1 1 . . , . 1l11'11L'Zl1IX, k11z11'11's 1'-11'c1c11. 1'11'J11I'11l 1-1111 -1':11Ny linslcr, 1'i5111L'1' 171-1'g11s1111, -11151-11111110 11Clll1111'1'11111Jf, 1111- .-Xyrcs. XY11111l1I1 1,11111, 111111 1.1I1C1lE1L'1i, 1iz1r1 Milmy, 131111 x11L'11lik'1, 'I111111 N1111c1'. 5111- S1CXX'2l1'1, 1':11 KIQ1111111, 1'11y111s S11c11:11'f1, ,'X1lI1Il1!L'11L' S11j'11L'1', 111111 lX1j'L'I'S. 1711111 row- 16101111 S112lI'1C5. R11s:11111z1 XYL'ZlYL'1', 11111111 XY1'ig111, 130111 XYz1111sv1111. 11111 X11ll1'1'llIUj'L'1', 1"1':1111'1s S11L'CIS, 11:11 Rowe, 1'1l'k'L1 1Y1111111111'0. 'lou S111111, 1,L'N1lJ111k' S11'Zl1l1, -111111L'S NY11f1111, .1:1111cf 1'r111c, 1:1014 A12l11L'k'1iU, 13111 N1C1'iXK'L'l1, 111111 IX1c1f1wuc. Sixth 1'11xx'--Fluris 5111111133 11llOHL'1lL' N11l111Zl11j', licvcrly X1CK111fc1', 1.111s MCN1111. 111-111' 51111111-11, 1'1111L'11 1'11'kQ1'111g. 1.ZlX'k'1'1l 1J1111lg'L'l', N1:11'gz11'c1 Mz1111'11111, 111111111 S11ZlIA15. 1111111 R1111111s, 1J111'11111y 1111111f1111, 1111-11 R11111w11, 131-111 Rico, Nz1111:111 1'1'1111:11'14. '1l11lk' '1'110111115c111. Sk'Vk'l111l 1'111x'-AHQ115' XYcz1vc1', 1121111111 1i111r11cy, Max Nk'11.111111l1QL'I', Klux 5101111111-14111111 N1-151111, ,1:11111's N1c1"c1wc'111, XYZIYIIL' Ryllll, L111IlI'1L'S S112lX'UI', 1,2l1'XY1Il 1,L'l'1i1l1S, 1111- 1Xl1'1lj', XY11lll1l 1'11w1111. .-X1111 R11'11. XL'l1UL'l1111l SXY11ZL'1', 1':11 XY:11111c11, 1'z11'1111'11 1,2111g1l11L'I'. First roxy- Mary Lirockctt. ,lllll Xxillilllllll, llilly XYallacc, Ruhcrt Sloan, Rirliarcl lsgrig, ,linnnic Zippy-rian. liunrgc lxil1llL'lll2l1l, Rnhcrt Ustlcr, 'lknn Slnan. Vliarlu Xanch. Mcnrgc Flathas, Billy Strcct, Iylaryin lriclcutt, Jim bnlliyan, .lnninr Anncli, Ili licmplctnn, .lohn Sclnmnlcy, l'hilip Suhlosscr. Scvoncl run'-- ,loan Klcifclcl, llarhara fllllfllll, ,loan Stinson, -lnlia Layton. -loycl' Pvarcy, llctty Mvlntoeli, XYinifrQml Uxxcn, Martha Mctzgur, Nnrina 'l'oncy, llalliv liinnctt. l'a1ti l'ttcrhavk, Annahcllc Shcllcy. ,linnny XYarrcn, licralilinc XYarcl. Mary l'ylc, Virginia Slanglitcr, Phyllis Sl'Illl'gL'Ull, Marjoric SICYQIIS. Richard lfnstcr. :Xllcn l'flmlricl5.fc. Ycrn Tlminas. 'lihirrl rmyfliill johnson, lill2ll'lL'S Xlihay, l:I'L'fl Umlcll, Ciharlcs lllclicc, l,ily ,l1llllL'S. llurnthy Kcnncfly. Betty Nlillcr. Yirginia Mihay, Hill I,uwc, llill llintnn, licnnuth Strorlc. Roh Smith, licnncth Ruhinsnn. llarulcl liain, XYillnn' XYallwr. l'iarl llcmlrickson, Phyllis llart. liutty llcxyscy. l'lO1ll'Ill row- llulty l.nvaa, liarhara llcnflriclas, Klarjoric llnllis. Rullzancl Sinilh, 'I'iin ,Innc's, llalc llnffnrml, Liorlcy Limak, Nurina lice Farr, XYancla linstcli, Vcggy l'm1mn', lmatha lfntlur. julia llristlcy. Byron liyans, Richard Blair, jinnny llalccr, l'l1a1'lcs Vlarlf. liwvnrlulyii Gorman, Dorothy liocly. Fifth roxy- Marinn Daley, Vivian llanglnnan, llohhy llcach, ,lo Ann M01'iai'ty, Mary -lang U'Ncil. Mary liunglas. liclna Balccr, Ruth Kinlgruyc. Ned liiiiwiiiglis, 'lack Vonltcr. Rohcrt lfnilrcs, Toni llcnificlrl, -lnniur l'lIllCl'j'. Fra-cl Linnnnings, hlacrniclim- Arinanlruut. Colleen Conn, licrniccf: liarlmcc, lalcillc Younger, Rullancl Fcrgusml. Sixth rmy---llarlmara Ciahlc. Ruth Kinuclyyin, Betty L'r0Ckctt, Rohn-rt Donnlnv, XYaylancl l'illlk'l'j', Luther Bragg. Taylor llaihnan, Rayinonfl llarrisnn, Rnlwrt Morrison, Artns Kiarncy, Robert llictcrlc, Ralph Braden, llill -l0llllSUll, Rohcrt llaycs. Roland lT0l'lIllS0ll. Scvcnth rnw--.lnlni llart, Rolmcrt Davey, Ray liurinan. lfngcnc Mycrs, liayinnncl lllfsvins. Jann-5 llrmyii, Norman Liarlsun, llnrclull iii-cc-n, XYilliain liirkutt, ,lohn Davis, l'anl Bl'2lIl'llllCll. l'anl Coil, llick llarrisun, Marvin lluffcr, llarulcl llarlanfl. falyin liallncr. 'I'lnn'l jacohs. lfiizhth run'--llarhara l7nclg'0. Milrlrcfl llcnflrirks, Peggy llarflnnan, Rita licllcy, iriani llnnt, lil-nrgia llalmlwin, Virginia Ayres, julia lirinstcacl, llcrnarlinc Kciglcy, llnnnic Kaylor, Saractta ftlllilllilll, Annctta lfrlgiixgtmi, Dorothy linnnurt, Manrinc Curly. june Donny, lfya lfikcnhcrry. llclty Bohr. MM x .,.,.,W-Nu.. 'b't""H-.,.,, is --fw.,,,,,Mk X x A - www, nl W 5? IJ- -Kwai Z WOHL is , 5 me Mamnumfg ye. i i 'A I 51, Ax ,M farm? Salim i IIN will XMB ll ACTIVITIES DIVISION YOU, the students, are fortunate in having such a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. Nearly every department in the school sponsors some club to promote interest in their particular field. The Latin Club, the Math Club, the Forum Club, the Forensic Club, the G. A. A., the F. Club, the Staccato Club and the Home Economics Club are clubs of this type. The Sunshine Society, a girls' club, and the Hi-Y, a boys' club, are similar in the fact that their purpose is to promote higher ideals of woman- hood and manhood. The junior Red Cross is a newly organized f DWTP? IHI DIUDINI5 F ED A3 lil Dllilllllllfi club that works in connection with the National Red Cross. Al- though the Band, Orchestra, and Choir are regular subjects in the school, they are extra-curricular activities in some respects. All the classes are represented in one student governing body known as the Student Council. The Council was very active this year in establishing a student "cadet" system. A certain percent of the students in the junior and Senior classes who have been the most active in extra-curricular affairs and have high standards in scholarship and character are elected to membership in the National Honor Society. , for tw in ll W l III' THE STUDENT COUNCIL 'l'he Student Council is the stuclent government hotly of lirankfort lligh School. lt is cliviclecl into two groups: the Prefect Council, consisting of five seniors, four juniors, three sophomores, two fresh- inen, anfl one eighth graclerg and the Advisory Council, inacle up of all class presiclents and home room presiclents. The purpose of the organization is to aicl the principal anrl faculty in clevelop- ing leaclership, scholarship, character, anrl service among the sturlent hotly. 'llhe officers this year were 'loe Hill Lockvvootl, presiclentg ljoh Spray, vice-presiclentg and joe liill Sihhitt, secretary-treasurer. llliss llinnian spon- sorecl the organization. THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY To he electecl to the National llonor Society is the greatest honor to he hestowecl upon a stuclent of lfranlcfort lligh School. Stuclents are votecl in hy a connnittee consisting of faculty nietnhers. lili- gihility to the society consists of heing in the upper thircl of your class and also having high stanclarcls in learlership, character, ancl service. The society entertains itself with a monthly luncheon. Officers for this year were 'loe Sibbitt, presiclentg Donna llutltl. vice-president: Phyllis johnson. secretaryg and .loc l.oclcwootl. treasurer. Miss Yercla Knox is the sponsor of the society. THE HI-Y CLUB Uncler the sponsorship of Mr. Reclinon. principal of Kyger grade school, the lfli-Y Cluh has grown to he one of the tnost efficient ancl active organiza- tions of the school. As statecl on the inenihership carcl which every ineinher carries, the purpose of the cluh is to promote ancl extenrl high stanclarfls of Christian character anrl service to the eonnnu- nity. Sophoinores, juniors, ancl seniors are eligihle for nieinhership. Aside from running the refresh- llIt'Ilf stand at Stott lfielcl. one of the chief activities of the cluh was to sponsor a Father ancl Son han- quet. The fellow who wielclecl the gavel this year was blohn Griffey. -laines Teclfortl was vice-presi- dent. 'loe llazelwootl ancl Rohert Peterson were secretary and treasurer, respectively. S'l'l'llI4lN'I' t'4ll'Nt'll. tlt't'it-1-rs litth Spray. .It-.A l,m'lus'tttul, .Inv Sihhitl, Bliss llihtnali. Sp1rlINnl'. First Huw lmuna lhultl M1ll'.l"l'lt' 4101 lrlll M1-Nlitrlrt-y. Phyllis Nlaish, tluht-rt Shav--r, Martha Faust, .Ivan Iimxw-, llill l"t'l'pgllS4hll, ll at I' h a I' a Sihliitt, lrit-li Spray, l'hil XVist-, .luhtt lfliwxrt-i'. Si-until ll:-xt' .Ialit--5 l.aup.gl1- in-r, t'harl--5 Stine-, I-Ellis tlmnl, Xxvllllillll I" r :1 ti 1' i S. l'atrit-ia liaslvr, ll:-l--vi My:-rs, lit-xwwly' Alzilitwuit, Mary Alattix, Vir- . . , , . Llllllil ltapp. Nlztxtlu- Altvliavl. liwsviiiary lk-tt-rs, 'I'hlrtl Huw .lat-li Harsh- man. ll i I l i 4- N--.-s, l!vi'iiit-tw 1'ill'4'j', Martha lfitllt-r, .l tu a it Sip.-N, Vharlt-s Smith. l'atty tlltwvt-r, .l tt it i tr r ltulvlusmi, llarhara Stt-vt-tis'-tu. lfourth liuw --.lamt-s Nlaxttii, llwh lluhitisun, lfranli llvatwl- slvy, lvlt-li Smut, lip run l-Evans. Ullztrle-s SIlJlYl'l'. N.X'l'lHN.Xl, lltPNtlll S4 lt 'I ltI'l' Y lfirst Ibm' llilly lilippt-l. Yirp.1'itiia llapp, liillit- N1--fs, Phyllis .luliuswir .luv llill Sih- hltt, Misa liimx.sptmsm': Imit- nzt llu-Ill, .loc lan-liwtmtl, .tuna Blittvr, Martha Major. St-vniitl Ilww .I--all liuxu-, lla-It-li lltlvlin-t'tl, llvlvil XYAHHI, Ilan-ntliv Uttllliis, Imitha Irwin, . L3 ti vt t wt l:Zll'l'lStlll, l-.4-t't11vt-at l'arn-y. ltl l tl i s i- Y tv l Z, litht-l lfnrtl. .lat-li Firklt-, .Xml Wil- Still. 'l'hirtl lion' .Inv ll:tm'lwmv4l. Ilavitl littriis. lllll Sit'l'in. lit-X Nt-vs, l'l tl w a r tl liirlipatrit-li, Itltlith lftirtl, .lamt-s tl a tl tl i H. .I va it lift Ilztyxxitt, .Xlartha Faust, l"mirth Iltnx- Nl.-urls Smith. limi Nluhr, lltttlalpli Witsinaa, Iinht-rt l't-ti-t'stin, Ill-Y First lluw liuht-rt llwwt-, Iuhn svliathlvy, It-tl lutqazw-t's. .latin-x 4't-iiiptun. Ilttrh.-rt Kill- lll1'l', tlullllllli' tirit't':-y, .Ialiu-s 'l'i-4lI'nl'1l, lluln-rt l'vtf-i'smi. .lm- llzlxu-Iwtmtl. -lavk Vit-lil:-, .luv lltll l,m'Iitx'nt-tl, .ltw Ilill Sili- hill. S1-v-will Iltww ll..h.-rt l'uwt-r lluht-rt Ilttlu-s, 'l'wl SpattItlinp:, John Xlaxstni, liavitl II tt r it s llill Sil't'ill, lmyal l:l'1llltll, llit-lt Spray, llill lf.-i-gttstlii, Il-tht-rt l't1-rw-, .lt-hui llauulttfrtx Xlr llw-tltiwn, Sl1lIlISHl'. 'l'hir4l Ilan' Huh tim-, 'Vilm- Illj' Ili-rroii, .Xlati ltlvztiis. .Im- llaywitt, llill l'arlu-ig la-ray MvMati:tma, llill lilippt-l, livr- hvrt Y:-lx, 'IH-tl llmtlu-r, llill ltaum, lfwttitlt lltixv- llttlurt 'I'al- lwrt, Iloh Spray, lawvis Nim- l:tl1,.l:t1'liKlit-ll, Ill-tiry Valilkv, Ilit-I4 Sw-, .latin-s 'l'litniipstiit, t'harl-is Ilavlwtt, .latin-s tiall- tlis. THE A BAND '1'111- 11211111 is 11111111-11 111 11-111'h Zll1l11'1'C1ll111111 111 music 111111 111 s1'1'1'Q 11s 11 uuit 111 1-1111-11111111111-111 111 102-1 1111- 11211111 11115 st111't1'11 111' 11111 r111l0l11ZlS. 111111 it has 1111-1 l'0gA111Zl1'1f' 1-11-1' S1111-1-. 11.111-h 11-111' 1111111 111s1 11-111' i1 was 1-1111-1'1-11 i11 S11111- 111111 1111111111111 1-11111111-ti1i1111. This 11-111' it 1111111-11 1111- 11211111 R1-1-11g11iti1111 11111 111 1111111-1' hui- 1'1-rsity, 111111 1313115 111'1- l11'Ug'1'l'SS1llQ' 1111' Z1 trip 111 1111- '1'u1ip 11111 151-5111111 111 111111111111. 1X1iQ11ig1111. '1'h1' p1'1's1'111 11111111 1111s 111'11g'1'1-551:11 1'Zll111115'. 1'11111p11s1-11 111 111111111 1-ig1111-1i1'1- 111K'1111N'1'S, it 1111s ll 111-11-1111111111'1-11 i11- st1'11111c11t111i1111. 1'1'11sp1-1-ts 1111' th1- 111111111 1111- YL"l'f' g111111. THE B BAND N1-11' st11111-111s L'Il1.L'1'1l1Q 11111111 1111111 1-111-1111 i11 1111- 11111lIl11. 111'I'C 1111-1' 1111- taught 1111111111111-111111s 111'L'1'SS2l1'j' 111 1111111 21 g111111 4X 11Ill111. SC1111-s. sigllt-1'1-1111i11g'. t11111- 1'11f'1.11111. musi- 1'111 1K'1'111S, 111111 1111- CUl11111l1g' 111. 1i1111- 111'1- 1'111IJ11ZLS1Zl'11. This 111-5-'1111iz111i1111 111 1111'1y-11i111- 111l'1111J1'I'S is 11i1'1-1't1-11 S 111' 11111 '1'111111111s. 11 1111s g'111111 i11st1'111111-111111i1111. 111111 is A . 111i1'1y 111-11 11Z11Z1I1C1'11. 11121111 H111111-111s 1-1111-1' this 1'111ss 11'h1-11 1111-1' 1-11t1-1' high s1'111'11'11. They 1111111 111-1-11 p1'1-p111'1-11 111' 11'111'11 111 th1- 1111111115 Q'I'1l11C s1'h11111s. '1'h1- 1111111111111-111111 111 this 11111111 is 111 111'1'PZl1'C 51111101115 1111' 1-1111-1'i11g 1111- 11111111101-11 17111111- THE HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA The lligh School Orchestra, composed of sixty mem- bers, made several public appearances during the school year. lt has studied and rehearsed a large amount ol music from the Symphony Orchestra Repertoire. The purpose of the Orchestra Department is to ac- quaint its students with good music such as symphonies, overtures, suites. etc., not only to improve their skill as instrumental performers, but also to endow them with the sense of appreciation of good music. Furthermore. much time is spent in practice of string orchestra arrangements by the string sections, and in the study of fundamentals of directing by the student directors. THE STRING ENSEMBLES The string players of the orchestra are broken up in- to many small ensembles and each group rehearses once a week. 'lihe purpose of the ensemble training is two- fold. First, it develops better orchestra players, as each musician is dependent upon himself and thus develops sellfeonfidence. Second, it furnishes small groups which are able to provide programs for civic functions through- out the city. The Ensemble and String Quartet pictured have played for many church and club programs in the city this year in addition to out-of-town engagements. S,l.,M.t.A1I.1 , 1"11'sl 111111'fYil',:'i111:1 11211111 1111111x1l111I'1', 1111111-NQHJS, 1'1ly1 Iis .1111111s1111, 1:E11'11ll1'iI 111111115 1 1 1-,u',Lg'yA111ss111111-11, 1.y111-llv 11111 1'1s1111, 151-1'11i1-11 l12l1"'j'. 111111 A11l1k'I', 111111 N11'111':11111. SQ'l'l1111l 111111' f 51 El 1' y 1.1111 11lIl11'11t'1', 1111111111 111ll111, 1:11111 :un-1 111':1I'11111, 5121111111 11:11' 1111111 111-1'1-1'11' 1v1111 '1'111-11111 A11'111's, 1511111111-I111g.g'z111, 1:l'X'1'l'1X 5121111-11:11, Miss Nix1111, s111111s111 '1'1111'11 111111' 7 111-111' 11111111-1 Slilfj' 11z1111, 111-111311111-1', 1111s11 1l1111'j' 1'l'1l'1'S, Mz11'111:1 15211151 112111111 1"111'11, 111-11yW1'S1, 1111111 1-'111'11, 1111111 111111 1'1l41, X1il1'X l111111s1111. 1'1111I11 First I11111' -- 1:11111 1'11111':111 1111111 5l11111'1-A Miss NiX1111, 111 1111111112 111 11111 N1-vs, .X1111l A111l1'1. S1-1'111111 111111' - I1:11'11:1 1' 1 11111111s, 5Iz11'y 11z1111, X12lY11lQ A1i1'11z11-I, 111111 Ni1A111':11111, 31:11 11111 I":111s1, 111111111 1"111'11, P1111 11S .11111l1s1111, 111-111 H1111-1', 1111111 '1'11ilX1'1'. '1'11i1'11 111111' fA11ll'1J,'2l1'l'1 111':11' 11111, 1111111' S11-1'1111s1111, 1'11111-1 11'111'11, 111-1'1-1'ly 1.y1I1-, NIi1111'1-11 1.111111-11, 1711111161 1:lIf1l1, Alillj 141111 '1'11:1l1-111-1', 1111111111 1l'1Y1l1 Y11'14i11i:1 11111111 1111111111 111111' - 11111 111lj'l'l 1111111 l11'1I'1'1-1' X1'11l 1+'1"111N 1111111-1'1 S11j'11t'1', X11111'i11 I"11s11-1 111111 11z1z1-1w111111, 1l:11'11111 llil ,.1 11, 11:11111s, 'I'11111111y 111-1'1'1111, 111l1'1'j .1 11111-s. 1"1111lT1.11 411111-1-1'sf.1z111111s l1z11111is, 511' M1-X1111'11'1-1, s111111s111'g .1011 11111 1,1111l111'111111, .1111-11 1911-1111-, .1111 11z1z11111'111111. 1+'il'S1 111111' - 1111111-1'1 1'1-11-1'- Q1111. 11i1'k S111-, .I111111 5111x1111 11111 KII1111111, '1'1-11 1'Ip41.g'1-rs, 111111 11111-111-11, Kl:1111'i1'1- A111-rs, .I:11'11 11111's11111:111. -811111111 111111'-1,1-1:11111 11:111'- kms, .11l111l A111l1'Q'11111j'1'1', H1-1'- 111-1'1 1x1I11111-1', 11111 1'f1l4'1l211l2l1l 1111111-1-1 S11z1v1'1', 11:11'111 31111111 1111111-1'1 1'1111'1-rs, .I111111 S1'11:1iI1- 11'1', 1111111-1-1 111-1'11, 1.111 5111111 11:11'111 11111. THE STACCATO CLUB Staccato suggcsts music cvcn to onc untrainccl in music, anrl thc Staccato Club is a music cluh for girls sponsorcrl luv Miss Nixon. lts purposc is to clcvclop music apprcciation in thc school ancl community. In or- mlcr to hc cligilmlc to thc sclcct l1lt'IllllCl'Sl1lp of thirty-fivt girls, onc must hc cnrollcml in a music class at school 'l'hc clulm sponsors various music programs sluring' thc vcar. lts social activity is an animal spring formal clancc lts officers for thc ycar vvcrc: Virginia Rapp. prcsimlcnt Mary l.ou 'l'hatchcr. vicc-prcsiclcntg llonna liucltl. trcas- urcr: ancl .lulia Moorc, sccrctary. THE CHOIR Stuclcnts in aclvancccl choral work arc asscmhlccl into thc High School Choir. Miss Nixon, thc tlircctor. makcs thc sclcction of voiccs. For thc first timc thc choir has harl a spccial school pcriorl for its practiccs. lt tcncls to- xvarrl thc clcvclopmcnt of aclvancccl choral singing. 'l'hc choir prcscnts music for various programs tlnring' thc ycar. lior thc past scvcral ycars thc choir has acccptcml invitations to participatc in music fcstivals givcn hy othcr schools. It has also participatccl in thc statc choral fcstivals. The officcrs xvcrc: 'lohn tlriffcv. prcsiclcntg .loc llazclxvoorl. viccsprcsirlcntg lNlartha Faust, sccrctaryg ancl lictty Stcvcnson, trcasurcr. THE FORUM XYith an animal hanquct for alumni nicmlmcrs as its hig' social function. thc liorm Clulm is one of thc morc progrcssivc organizations of thc school. 'l'hc purposc for its cxistcncc is to flcvclop intcrcst in pulvlic spcaking. 'I'hc hanquct hclps furthcr this iclca, as clocs thc clulfs picnic in thc spring. Any boy having' sixtccn crcclits anrl no failurcs in thrcc sulnjccts is cligilmlc to thc clulm. tlffi- ccrs thc first scmcstcr xvcrc: .lamcs tlaclclis, prcsiclcntg .loc llazclxvoorl. vicc-prcsirlcntg black liiclilc, sccrctarv: ancl loc Lockvvoocl. trcasurcr. Scconcl scmcstcr officcrs incluclccl: .loc llazclxvoocl. prcsiclcntg .Iohn lNlinccmoycr. vicc-presinlcntg -lack lficlclc. sccrctaryg anrl llcrh liill- mcr, trcasurcr. .Iamcs Mcllurtrcy, formcr mcmhcr ancl now spccch clircctor of thc school, sponsors thc club. THE FORENSIC CLUB To promote interest and give knowledge in parliamen- tary law is the ohjeet of the Forensic Cluh. sponsored hy Mr. Hampton. The elulfs memhership was fifty. Two awards. the Indiana Banner and the new Foren- sic Scholastic Award, were presented to the most out- standing students of the eighth and 11inth grades at the end of each semester. Candy sales after school provided the money for these projects. The animal alumni han- quet and dance was held on February 15. Officers were as follows: Martha Faust. presidentg llelen Michael, vice-presidentg llelen Kern. secretaryg and XYilliam McMurtrey, treasurer. THE G. A. A. Frankfort High School is noted for its lmoys' athletics. hut it also provides similar activities for girls. The Girls' .-Xthletie Association heads these activities. Any girl in lligh School is eligible for membership. providing she will uphold the purpose of the club -- the building' of healthy bodies and 1ni11ds. The girls, led hy Paulita XYeaver. presidentg lletty hlo Zerfas. vice-president: lllanche Glover, treasurerg and ,leanette lilliott. secretary: find many happy hours in hattles lmetween their different teams in hockey, socker. vollevhall. and other such sports. Miss Tane Caton and Miss'Sally Foster act as sponsors for the club. THE F CLUB "A real fighter never has hreath enough to say, 'l quit."' is the motto of the F Lilnlu. lintrance is only granted to those holding' a major award in one of Frank- fort's three competitive SlI0l"tS'7T72lSliCllJZlll. foothall. or track. The purpose of this cluh is thus: to promote higher standards of athletics in F. ll. S. Chief activity of the cluh, and one which makes it popular with the student body, is the sponsorship of the Big' Broadcast every spring. Since it is an athletic clulw, it is co-spon- sored hy our foothall coach. "Buck" Rohralmaug'h, and our basketball coach, Mr. Case. This year Russell Good- night was president and Charles Shanklin was vice-pres- ident. Ellis Good was secretary-treasurer and Leland Hawkins was sergeant-at-arms. I"UIII'INSI1'1'I,l'II I-'irsi Iluw I'1-Iggy lsgriix, II1-tix' II1rIuI1-v Ilulli 1NllIII'lllI. Qally I,1vw1I1-ii, II1-I1-ii Ii 1-1' vi. II1-I1-ii Mi1-lim-I. Mr, IIampt1ni. 4p1rIISliI'1 Marliia Ifausl, ICIII M1- M ii rl I' 1- X. IS5'i1-ii Iixans, l'iIiII'il'S IIa1'k1-It. Si-1-1ni1I lion .I1-an IIa1-I11-r1l, ,Iain-t I"lIlIl'III1'I', II1-x'1-rI5'liilip,', I1-a II ii i-tl1- I-IIIi1vll, I'aIl5' Ilarsiiman, I.5ii1-tl1- 1larrif1vii. Martha 1!I11x'1-r, II1-I1-n XY1i1i1I. ICIaii1-Ii1- 1II1ix'1-xy .I1-ai1ii1- Iiay- witt, Iiarlmra Sihhill. .lulia Sivan. 'I'Iiir1I II1-xx' .Xian I-Ixaiis. II1vI11-rl 'I'aIIiv-VI, I-I1IilIi I"1vl'1I, Miriam Y 0 ii ri up Mary I.1m 'I'II1llI'IIl'I'. .I1-an II1-uv, Maxim- IIi11-. IH-iilia IIl1iI1I. -iHIIII Grit'- I'1-3'. IIHIIIIIII Mohr. I-IlIi1-I I"lVI'lI. I"0llI'lIl II1lxx Ii i 1' Ii S1-1-, Ihvhiiy H1-1-, I'IiyIIi5 M a 1 s Ii, .luanila I'11s1-5, .Ii-an Sign-S, KatIi1-riii1- .lJI1'IiSllII, XYa n1Ia Iapp, M 1-11 riw smith, .Ia1-I1 I"i1-IQI1-, IY1-yal Ilramil, I':lIHilI'lI IfII'Iill2IlI'I4'Ii. I-'il'IIi H1-xx' - .iIl1'Ix lin--II. I'5IllI II1vw1-, Jain- lim-Ii, liva- lrim- l,1nx1-, M a r i a II KIIIIII, AI1II'XIl4'lI4' Iiirlry. I'Iiy'IIis N1-1-s, 'I'1lm Major, .I1vIii1 K i I I in 1- r IUIIII XI1lI1-r Imiiiiix' II1-rr1ln ll. .X, .X. First Huw Luis I'1-ii1- ,.r1-lIi1-I Murphy. Xiamia Ilvii- I11-II I"I11r1-1i1-1- 1laI1-x' II 1- I 1- ii I'l'l'IiIIIS, Mary N 1- 1: i s, II1-a tri1-1- 1,1-W1-, M1-Iliag1-ii1- Flus- sin, NIJII'yIN'Iin- Kirby' 1lI1iri:1 L'Iiiig:an. S1-1-mul How Mary Spar- row, II1-ily I'a5'ii1-, .Xlma Ily- an, ,l1-aiii11-lI1- I-IIIi1-1, I':inIiI:1 xY4'2IYt'I', Miss 1'aI11n, spuiism' IlIaii1-Ii1- li I1,x'1-r, Viara .Xiin Lipp, Mary 1l:1l1-y, II1-ily Var- r11II, I,1-rraiiiv .IUIIIIFHIL 'I'Ilir1I Ilwxx Mary Norris Martha Hyun, II4'i4'II IIla1-I1 i"I'ilIIl'l'S liuhimiiis, I'1I'l'1i2l I,1-1I- Fl"'l'. M-'Ilia Uillaliian-II1-l', I'al Ilulihs, Mary I-III1-ii .Kshlz-y Miriam IQIIIIII, Maxim- IIil1 Iiatiiryii .I2Il'IiXlIII, I'IslIi1-r I':ir- Qwll. I'aI 1'1vyin, I'alIy Sharp Martha III1-x1-r. Mary Mattix I II1-ily SIPYPIISIIII. I" l'I.l'lC I"irsI Iiww .Iaim-s Imugli IIl'I'. Hills 1:1i1w1l, I-'r1-1I M1-V14 Iam:-s SIIIISUII. IZiII 1':irI1-i AIUIIVIS smith, I-ill I.1x1-Iianzin S1-1-1m1l Ii--W IA'I1IlI1i Ilan Inns, Ilussi-II 15111-iIiii1:Iil, Mn l'as1- an1l Mr. Il1nIiraIuallgIi 4I"'IISUl'S1 K1-11111-l Ii Ili-5 li1uI1Is Iarlh MiIl1-V. THE SUNSHINE SOCIETY "XYith lou- in my heart. forgclling' sclf, and with charity for all, I will makc thc ohjvct of my lilo hclpfnl- nc-ss ancl lqinclncss towarcls othcrs . . This was lln plcrlgo takcn hy the 250 girls in lligh School who arm 1llCIlllDL'l'S of thc lfrankfort chaptcr of thc Snnshini Society. The clnh, sponsorccl hy Miss llatlic Caniphcll, L-arm-ml moncy for worthy projccts through thc salcs of canily at haskcthall ganics. The lNloih0r's 'IK-a. hvlcl in April is thc annual social cya-nl of thc clnh. Officers wcrc: Donna linclcl, wrcsirli-nt: lla-lon Michal-l l YlCk'-l?l'CSlflOlll.I XYinilrccl Spurgeon, sccrctaryg llclcn llackcrfl, trcasnrvrg and llonna lrwin, corresponding sccrctary. THE JUNIOR RED CROSS XYithin thc past ycar l.llUl'C was forincml in Frankfort lligh a chapter of thc junior Rccl Cross. During thi- year nivmbcrs of thc organization laicl a lonnrlation npon which much has he-cn accomplishcrl. Squads haw- lu-cn formcrl for cincrgcncy work. a homc nursing conrsc was taught, a party was g'lYL'll for unrlcrpriyiligccl chilclrun, and a clnh hanqnct hulcl. The chaptvr plans to si-nil clclcgalcs to thc National Rcfl Cross QiUllX'0llll0ll at XYZlSl1ll1Q'lQOIl, IJ. C.. this spring. Ufficcrs wcrc: hllillllll' Ilaywitt, prcsiclcnt3 .loo llazclwoorl, yicc-pi'csi4lv1it3 llill Silfin, SL'Cl'Cllll'j'-l.l'C1lSlll'K'l'Q school nnrsc, lla-lcn l'nclcr- woocl, sponsor. THE MATH CLUB Although it was not active this year, the Math Club remained organized. Many new members. most of them underclassmen, were added to the rolls. Only students with two years of math are eligible for membership in this club. lts purpose is to develop an interest in higher mathematics. Every year the club presents an award to the senior having the highest scholastic rating for four years. Officers for this year were as follows: joe lla- zelwood. presidentg Meuris Smith, vice-presidentg Rob- ert Peterson, secretaryg and Maurice Akers, treasurer. Miss Della Maud Sanders, head of the math department. sponsors the group. THE LATIN CLUB The "Curia Latina" is a club whose purpose is to fur- ther interest and study in Latin. Students enrolled in Latin classes, or those who have completed two years of Latin are eligible for membership. This year the Latin Club continued building a model of an old Roman house, which was begun last year. Officers the first semester were: Phyllis johnson, first consulg Billie jean Nees, second cousulg Martha Glover, scribag Maurice Akers, quaestor. Second semes- ter officers were: Phyllis johnson, first consul: lJoris Neibert, second consulg ,lirank Thompson, scribag John Killmer, quaestor. Mrs. Heaton sponsors the organiza- tion. THE HIGH LIFE Frankfort fligh's bi-weekly publication, The lligh Life, which has just completed its twenty-second year, serves the faculty and students as a medium of school IICXVS. Only juniors and seniors may enroll in the journalism class, which also functions as the High Life staff. Each year staff members represent the school paper at both the State Press Convention held at Franklin and the Medill Convention at Northwestern University. The paper is commercially printed and mainly subsi- dized by local advertising. liaeh spring the High Life staff holds a banquet with invitations extended to all outstanding npperclassmen. Miss Smith acts as advisor of the Iligh Life. iw. fm ' . . A ' ff, A f , 5 1 J 4 A A .K 1: H- 1 . W V X.-,. , W L , Q 4 -mg, . XG ,V - 1, - 'V 'Q X51 -ig' qi' V I al I jj' K A xxx 1- - QQ Ag 2 2 3 5? ji ig' fi 'Q W 5 I 4 , , A 5 A ...M-..M...V M...-..-N.. Q X xii -.H-W-fu f Q 6 W 5 Q 3 Y li' .. I , . ' ' ' Q -V-3 L .,,....W,. AX.. , , ' f. 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A variety of games are played by the girls in their classes, such as volley ball, soccer, hockey, and girls' basketball. Ping-pong, shuffle board, and archery are given to girls who participate in the less strenuous exercises. f' Ol DPOYQTJ IN F f- When athletics are mentioned in connection with F. H. S., one just automatically thinks of basketball, but basketball is just one of many sports open to students. Perhaps the main sports in F. H. S. are basketball, football, and track. Golf, tennis, volley ball, and tumbling are also included in the athletic program. Mr. Everett Case is in charge of the boys' athletics in Frankfort High School. Other faculty members include Mr. Rohrabaugh, Mr. Farrell, Mr. Anderson, and Mr. Ronzone. Four years of physical education is a requirement for grad- uation in Frankfort High School. COACHING Slllfl-ll2fAWuRllll1 Ja. .ii if . , 0 , ., 3 ,ag ...W..-.1 is IQSI I W' 1.34, QA 4 215 m l-- III! . . A E . 2 if ,., ms 1. 1'1" was, -1 , V wwf . QM THE VARSITY SQUAD rlllll' 1930 foo1l121l1 squzul t111'11ccl 111 111' l'll' tl1c 111-sl sc'21so11 ol any N1g'l1t112111'k L'lCX'k'll 111 1110 12151 t1'11 1'c211's. Altl1o11g'11 thc rccormls sl11 only lfllll' 111115 111 c1g11t starts. the c1c1c21t of .lcff ol l.!ll!lj'l'1tC 211141 LxxllllC'I'SUllflll'fllL'I'tU 111 X'lllCll5lL'f-IlHJl'L' t112111 11121cl1- 1119 for tllL' mlcficitx o11 thc 50118111115 lCf1g'k'l'. 'l'11c llzlwks 1'111is11 0 1111- sc21so11 11'ill1 ZL 500k N. C. C. 1'21ti11g l11gl1cst 111 lf. ll. S. 21111121ls. 'l'l1c OllfStLlllCllllg' 11211110 of 1110 yc211' took place on Stott lficlfl ILS 2111 l1lll71'CCL'ClL'llfC41 tl11'o11g 11'21tc11c11 1110 local 1-101011 11olcl Koko- 111o's 1111c1cfc21tcc1 11UXX'Cl'l1Ol1SL' to Z1 t11'clx'c-poi11t 111a1'gi11. lu Z1 post 50215011 CllCOllllfCl' the loc21l sc11121c1 jOlll'l1CyCCl'tO 'l'c11111-sscc 11'11v1'c t11cv 11101 111'- fc21t at the l121111ls of ll Stfllllg' liuoxvillc lligl1 21g'g'1'cg21tio11. G1'21r11121tio11 will take txvclve of LUZ1Cll R211- 111o11cl UlgllCliU lQUlll'Z1l3E1l1Q.'ll'S first string' Nlg'l1tllIlXYliS. 1939 SEASON RECORD F. H. l'r:1nkfort .... . . - l'l'2lllklUI'l ... .. 77 13 1'1'1mktort .. 20 l'rzmkfm'1 . .. . 1' r:111kfm't ... .. Fl'Zllllil-Ufl . . Frankfort . . Fralikfml . . fm D6 0 25 O ll North L1i'llll'Zll Cmifcr Charles Charles Shanklin McCreary . Elhs Coach Good Rohrabaugh William Buchanan OPPONENTS Shcriclzlu .....,, .25 XY. Lllfilykxlll' I4 T.2lfZlj'Cllk' ...... Ill: T.0Q'1lllSlTOl'l . . 71 Kirklin .. O Iiliklblllll .., lil .!xllflCl'Slill ...... jill liimxvillv VIR-11113 ZS l'llCt' QAIIIUUS. Meuris Smith Charles Marks Kenneth Reynolds William Carter Garth Miller , Ted Ralph Paul Russell Hazelwood Beavers Hutchison Goodnight Donald Brandon Leland Hawkins FRESHMAN SQUAD Since g1'z1rl11z11if111 takes Il l1c:1x'y toll of 1111'- sity lllljll this year, the '39 fl'CSlllllZlll tczlm may Slllllllj' lllilffxflill for a llllllliJCl' of thc v:1cz111cic's. fiillllillg up i1'o111 the gram-11 squzul for 15I'Ul32llJll' hackficlrl fhity will hc Stine, iillfCillSU1'l.IXZIVUII :mil li6llllt'Cl5'. Otlivrs. who may sec ZlCtllJll with the varsity line. are ilSlL'l'. SfI'ZlllSllllI'Q'. :111cl lYilso11. Altl1o11g'l1 thc 1'cc1'11its Zll'l' i11- L'xpc1'ic11Ccfl. they h:1x'0 hccu wcll rlrillvcl ill the f1111rla111c11tz1ls. f,10Zl.Cll Allfli'l'SfJll, ll'CSlllllZ1ll lllilllttbf, Zlll- llOllllCCfl that hc had some p1'o111isi11g' Candi- dates i11 Z1 few eighth Q'l'Z1flC stalwarts. This yCZll"S l'1'csl1111a11 0101011 won two, lust two, Zlllfl ticrl OllC. L. FOOTBALL INDIVIDUALS The varsity squad had a score of outstanding stars this year. NVhile the majority of stars came from the senior class, several nnderclassmen played on the first string. The seniors included Russell Goodnight and XVilliam Carter as co-captainsg VVillia1n Buchanan. right guard: Garth Miller, guardg Ellis Good. tackle: Leland Hawkins, endg Charles Shank- lin, haekfieldg Ralph Beavers. taekleg Meuris Smith, halfhaek: Donald Brandon, fullback: Charles McCreary, hackfieldg and Kenneth Reynolds, backfield. Charles Marks, a hard-driving hack. will be a great help next year. A player who has a year of varsity playing ahead of him is Paul llntehison, end, and one who has two: years of varsity playing ahead of him is 'lied llazelwood, end. 1 FRESHMEN FOOTBALL First rowfBill Lewis, Harold Buntin, Tom O'Donnell, Harold Suits. Dave Straus- burg, Noble VVilson, James Brown, Donald Robinson, Eugene Huffer, jack Cantwell, john Oster. +1 Second row-Junior Hutchison, junior Amieh, Bill Huff, Charles Stine, Coach Anderson. 55 OF THE GIRLS ATHLETICS "All work and no play makes jill a dull girl"-so. hlill goes out for hockey, soccer, volley hall, archery, and other sports offered in the Frankfort gym classes. Classes meet at every period during the day and extra-curricular activity is offered after school to help develop physical strength and the ahility to get along' with other people in recreation. Volley hall, a favorite game with many of the girls, is the main sport dur- ing' the cold weather. A tournament was held hetween the classes this year for the first time. The competition was great. and the winning team, shown on the opposite page, had to lmattle to the finish. This created much interest and enthusiasm. XYhen the sun shines and the air is fresh and inviting, the girls don their warm clothing' and go out to the track. llere they enjoy the invigorating' games of soccer. hockey, hase hall. and relay games. An activity which provides variety for the girls and develops skill in marks- manship is archery. This is the less strenuous type of exercise. Examples of the various sports de- scribed are shown in these pictures. A I I M, I OF THE TRACK TEAM Agaiii, as i11 tlic past, l:l'2lIllilOl'llS track squacl was om- ol tlic lwst 111 thc stalc. lvIlllL'1' tlu- 1' a 13 a lm l 1' coacliing of Klaltlicw lioiizom' illlfl Carl .-X11fl1'1'so11. ilu' tl1i11ly clamls sliowcil I'CIllZl1'li1ll3l0 skill 111 scvcral cu-11ts. 'l'l1c Cinder lacls 11-p1'csc11t1-ml tlu' local lliU'll ill the Soulliport anal llclplii 11-- 5 , lavs, 11111 Big 'll0ll. thc scctioiial. 111111 tlic statc mccts. Along with tlicsc tlic squacl lu-lil rl11al 111111-1 s with Plaillficlcl, XYCst l.LliZlj'L'l.l.C, -la-if of Lalayultc. and l.o- glIllS15Ul'l. 'l'l11- Zlllllllill Cciitral lllillilllll 'lxl'ZlCli M01-1 was lic-lil at night 1111111-1' tlic giant flooml lights on fasc lficlcl. As is cus- toniary. a 111101-11 for tlic cveniiig' was Cliosn-11 from tlu' liigli scliool to p1'cs1'11l l'il1lJ0llS to wi111101's. S1llilll'S sp1'i11ti11g ability along with lxl1ll'lilS polo-va11lti11g llllll ll2lZl'lXX'KlO1l'S Sl1Ull-llllllillg' marlc thc- Ilgg'I'l'g'Zl.tiU1l a strong coiltvstant i11 any 1111-ct. 'l'l11- l1ll1'llliI1g' of SlllliX'ZlIl plus KlcL'oy's mlasli and Silaliitfs relay work also I11-lpccl to P . luring' tlic track team 11p to cxpcct:111Cy. llllll'I' pc-1'fo1'1111-1's gave ilu-ii' time and CIICFQQ' i11 makiiig tlic squacl outstaiicliiig. OF THE B BASKETBALL TEAM Showing iniprovement in each game they plziyecl, Larry l7arrell's Pups hattlecl their way through Il difficult season to win fourteen of twenty-two contests. The B-tezuu eonquergcl most of its liig Ten opponents :incl defeated the vztrsities of three small schools. ln a "li" tourney :it Southport the Puppies serappetl their wzty into the finals. The large squzicl eonsistecl of willing work- ers all of whom were sophomores with little experience. llilly Zohrist, hztrcl d1'lX'l11g' guartl, was eer- tifiecl for tourney play with the varsity. Sev- eral other outstancling HB" players will he niorerl to the varsity heneh next fall. Retnztin- ing meinhers of this years aggregzitioii plus the 11l'OlllOtCCl lfreslnnan team will eonipose next year's quintet. BASKETBALL JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Nutty 1Q1111z111u1's '111 lligh CIlg'C1'S s1:1111islu'1l :111 1'111'1:1l1lc sc:1s1111's 1'cc111'11 1115l11g- 111111' 111111' g'111111-s 111 111'1-1111211111 1 Starts. 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AIIIX X111111111,11 1 S1-11111111 111111 111111 111111 E11'11S. 1211111-rl 111 111 1 111111 .1111111s1111. .1111-11 1 1111111 X11 111P11Z1'111'. .11111 5111111111 N111 lilll .1111111s1111, 111111 I 111 111111 Coach Everett Case Harry Unroe VARSITY Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort 'Frallkfort "Frankfort Frankfurt "Frankfort Frankfort 'Frankfort 'Frankfort 'Frankfort "Frankfort Frankfort 'Frankfurt 'Frankfort 'Frankfort "Frank fort Frankfort Frankfort "Frankfort James Laughner Ted Hazelwood BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 373 Delphi .37 tllcrej Z7 g Flora 1.2 tllcrcl 13' Tipton 17 t'l'herej v 205 Muncie Z3 tllcrel Z8 3 Logansport 14 tTl10r0J 47: 1.6152111011 28 tlrlcrcl 363 Tech, lntl'polis. 30' t'l'hercl 343 Horace Mann 33 tllcrch 333 Kokomo 30 t'1'herel 36 3 Lafayette 39 tllerel 365 Marion 32 t'1'hurcl 303 New Castle 32 tHe-rel 263 l.clmanon -10 1Thc-rel 333 Kokomo 41 tHerCJ 23 3 Amlurson 27 t'1'herel 303 Lafayette 38 t'1'he-rel 25 1 Richinoncl 24 tlrlerej 31: rltffcrsonvillt- .ZZ tl-lerel 313 Vincennes 33 !'l'lwrL-1 331 lmgallsprirt 31 tlierel SECTIONAL TOURNEY Frankfort 361 Micliigantoxrn 27 Frankfort 403 Colfax 24 Frankfort 413 Mulberry 19 REGIONAL TOURNEY Frankfort 283 Lafayette 30 "North Central tftmft-rcmc Haines. William Waddell Rudolph Witsman James Stinson ..,.. VARSITY BASKETBALL Development of an almost entirely new team was the joh which Coach Case faced for the 1930-40 season. Only two memhers of the championship squad were left after graduation last spring. those being 'lames l.aug'hner and .lim Stinson. lfrom out of the remains merged a quintet which managed to win half of its regular scheduled games. Although lacking greatly in experience. the hoys showed good spirit. atti- tude. and worked incessantly. Highlights of the season were twill vie- tories over Logansport, the snapping of un- defeated l.ehanon's chain of wins, and the overtime victory at Kokomo. Alvin Laughner Robert Henderson Fred McCoy Herbert Webb is -x. l'nusually tough county fives made the llot Dogs battle to keep their sectional crown. In the regional held at Lafayette the Fighting Five was overpowered by 'Ieff for the third time ,this season. lt was the first time in 19 years that the Broncos defeated Frankfort in regional tourney play. Graduation yvill take only a small toll of players this year. Capt. -lames Lauglmer, Stinson, McCoy, and NYaddell will he lost while Henderson. XVebh, A. l.aughuer, and XYitsman will each have another year. Both Hazelwood and Unroe, regular guards, have two more years with the varsity. During the spring extensive practice ses- sions were held by Coach Case. Prospects for next year look bright. I " ' Hr' 'ffl' "' far' H' "a . Leslie S. Conarroe Texico Service Station Deming and Thompson Lumber Co. Ross Claudy Pickering Service Station Royal Garment Cleaners Lincoln School Fred Baker Margaret Corbett L. V. Miller Lillian Long Martha Aughe Flora Muller Kraft Music Co. Frankfort Laundry Margaret Hyman Lyle French J. P. Heaton Repair Shop Campbell's Cafe Clark Appliances Nees Paint and Roofing Co. B. H. Grimes Sales Co. J. A. Kern and Son Hoosier Coal Company Daisy J. Craver V 8: L Cafe Douglas Scheid Colver Machine Shop Frankfort Monument Works Michael Coal Co. Mac's Market Byron Pugh Dr. Ida B. Perry Monroe Dairy Co. Goodwin Funeral Home Hook Drugs, Inc. Jim Ostler Laverty Harness Golden Guernsey Dairy Paul Cornelison Lavelle Ins. Agency Howard Motor Sales Ralph Sibray Richard Hart C. Benson Hufford Beall Transfer Co. Mark Thomas Fred Petty Ed and Dick's Hamburger In C. P. Chittick W. H. Tedford O. E. Biery Lincoln Finance Co. Mrs. Frank Ramsey Mrs. Fred Kramer Mary Katherine Eaton Mrs. Victor Smock C. A. Burroughs, M. D. Mrs. Marybelle Temple Cohee Betty Lou Flower Shop Armstrong's Grocery Adler Co. F. W. Woolworth Co. Coapstick Ins. Agency Shanklin Hardware Co. Aughe Bros. Drug Store PATRON PAGE Kern Bros. Shoe Store Bazely's Market Morris Clothing Kenneth Ham Farmers Bank Huffer Beauty Academy Blake and Ham Jewelry Store Hayworth and Layton Ward J. Martin, Dentist Tony Rubino Co. Gamble Stores Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Ham L. O. McKibben Llae McKinney Mary Kathryn Kramer Camp and Willoughby Dick Aughe Bill Campbell Harold Van Tyle Carl Heaton E. J. Lowden Norris Printing Co. Ben H. Boots C. D. Spencer Edward A. Elders Ernest Rohrabaugh Carl Frey Bernice Sheets Lyla Boys Mr. and Mrs. William Pilchcr Robert Pedigo Spurgeon Garage Harry Pippenger Gulf Service Schlosser Bros. Creamery Elaine Pagett ' Frances Stevens Gene Woods C. W. Cohee John Stewart, Jr. John Coyner Lantson A. Coonrod Flossie Burford Ruth Coapstick-Marshall Herman McMurtry John Redmon Olga Tansey James H. Ellis Greyhound Bus Station Aughes Uptown Service Big Four Super Market Coca Cola Bottling Co. Public Service Co. of Indiana Kerr's Homemade Candies J. C. Penney Co. Alfbert M. Laughner Tom C. Adams Jessie Crawford Joe Petty Dr. R. A. Hedgecock Mr. and Mrs. Don Pickering Paul Sertain Carolyn Baker Kramer Bros. Fred E. Baughman Mildred Humfeld Dr. J. A. Van Kirk m 5-- Charles B. Mason, Justice of Charles McCarty, Jr. Frankfort Fruit Market Joe Caldwell E. Bon Merritt Drug, Inc. Don Burns Nolan Brittain Central Service Oil, Inc. Hamilton Grocery Bud Ransom John Johnson Bick Blankenship Citizens Building and Loan A Derrick and Derrick Arthur C. Louette Edgar J. Tapp Mrs. George Goodnight Vlaurice Hartwell Dr. A. G. Chittick Dr. W. L. Hammersley, Jr. Dr. C. H. Robison Rosemary Guard Dr. B. A. Work Coulter Hotel G. B. Murray Grocery Etta Zimmer Midway Pharmacy Harry J. Coffman Indiana Brass Co. Lois M. Forney Hank Mahouser Ferd Maish Clinton Poultry Co. Dr. and Mrs. Royster Helen Bird Joe C. Lockwood Mayor William P. Lockwood Elks Club Wilbur Ward George Lockwood Eldon D. Derrick Martin Electric Service Frances Lipp Morris A. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pecllow Subway Smoker O. K. Rubber Welding Co. Frankfort Rendering Co. Herbert Ray Brown Clinton Co. Central Trades and Byron L. Smart V. E. Bond Service Station Caroline Brack H. E. Slagle, Jr. Logan's Shell Service Station Hodge Insurance Agency Helen Maxwell Herbert D. Ruch Hal Irons Roxy Theatre Frank S. Pryor Roe's Tavern Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sterne Albert F. Colgrove Glover's Ice Cream Boeckman Jewelry Co. the Peace ssn. Labor A.4..an-..'----..-a1n- ,-u4hx---i- Yi A-1 L.a.4n-741:91 Y 1 '-i-- - --ini ---lF-- Style Shop Clinton County Bank and Tr Morris 5 and 10 Francis Schuler Coney Island Shop Dorothy Donoho Charles Mahoney VV. A. Irwin Marshall Hargis Twanette Thomas Rapp's Cut Price Store Central Cigar Store Sam's Brick Shanty Dr. C, M. Ostler Wilma Troxell Kimble Auto Co. Baker's Service Station Ushco Manufacturing Co. Ingram-Richardson Mfg. Co. Kemp's Manufacturing Co. Levi Strauss 8z Company Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Doty Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Fisher Mr. and Mrs. E. Harland Mr. and Mrs. M. Salmon Mr. and Mrs. B. McKinney Mr. and Mrs. G. Swanson Meikel Greenhouse Horton Oil Co. Schiff's Shoe Store Mrs. Robert Laverty Irwin :Sz Paddock Dr. E. F. Smith, Optometrist Porter-Hurlbert Hardware C Main Garage Dr. C. B. Compton Louis Goldstein Marguerite Elliott Bernice Kite Spencer Grocery E. C. Ogle Jimmy Edwards Telephone Company Roy Brammel Bowen's Garage Service Loan Agency Robert Agnew Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Johnston Moose Lodge Adren Moore Ben Slenker Wheeler's Lunch Fred H. Meifeld Russel P. Harker Jack Baer Garber Hotel Mundell Motor Sales Lenox 8: Anderson Marvin Hufford Mrs. Irene Brown Freedman Clothing James Hufford Robison 8a Robison Margaret Thompson Frances Garrott Qflutographs Frankfort Candy Kitchen John Campbell Montgomery Ward Jesse J. Killmer Rawl Ransom Rosemary Walton Joe O'Rear Alexander's Service Station Robert Peters Omar Michaels Mrs. O. B. McKinsey Patricia Moore M. N. O'Bannon Dorothy Gillis Pauline Hollis Walter Aughe Donald Forsythe Martha Myres Hazel M. Sanders Ed Gramling Mrs. Julia Hodge Harold Pyle Jackson Township School Cook's Quality Hatchery Dale Appel Mr. and Mrs. Vern L. Barker Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith Herbert Eikenberry Betty Snorgrass Peoples Life Insurance Co. Mary Owens Shirley Little Marine Room H0 5 'N ,457 gflcknovvledgrnent Page UI!! .Ji 32, The Cauldron staff acknowledges Miss Della Maud SanderS,fac1Uty adxisorg Blr.I? TC.l?opkey and Blr.Joe Toflcl of the Indianapolis lfngraving Coinpanyg Mr. W'ill G. Ross of The Frankfort Morning Timesg Mr. -lac A. Clchihrce of Tlic 5. Pl. Sinidi Ckmnipany' lcoversjg Bla Max XN'olf of Leonard X XN'olf, arcliitcctsg Brooks of Photohrooks. and john The engravings in the 1940 Caul- dron were produced by the 115- dianapolis Engraving Coxlilbaijy. 3 wt ai " A . 4 ns' "E '


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