Frankfort High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Frankfort, IN)
- Class of 1941
Page 1 of 88
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FACULTY, CLASSES, CLUBS, ORGANIZATIONS
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A. E. CONDON
Mr. Vance Curtis. personnel director
of lf. H. S., brings to his office the bene-
fit of his experience in the personnel de-
partment of Camp Grant, Rockford, Illi-
nois. and in various phases of school
work in Frankfort, enriched through
graduate study in the University of VVis-
Mr. XYarren. the assistant principal of
lf. ll. S.. instituted and developed the
N. Y. A. work in this high school, over
which he has complete supervision. He
also has complete charge of the patrol
During' the two years that Mr. A. li.
Condon has heen principal of F. ll. S.
there has occurred many additions
and improvements in our school sys-
tem. This year has seen the develop-
ment of the cadet system of hall patrol
to provide for efficient use ofthe halls.
the delegating of more authority to
the Student Council and the co-opera-
tion of the faculty in a movement to-
ward the adoption of a more practical
philosophy of education. To apply to
the class room also during his admin-
istration. Mr. Condon has been inter-
ested in closer individual contact with
students as a means of securing their
VANCE CURTIS J. G. WARREN
Ranking in popularity with favorite after-
sehool hang'-outs and scenes of various pas-
times, the office is the center of activity
during the school hours. All is "hustle
hustle" in au effort to keep up with the
rapid pace of 'teen age wishes and desires
along with all the usual office tasks.
ltusy as lwees are the office aides, Gene-
vieve Uttermau and her assistant, Freda
Mae I.arsh, They serve as walking ency-
clopedias to answer the thousands of varied
questions which pass over the counter.
"XYhose class is Mary Smith in this pe-
riod?" "Do you know where the janitor of
Central Building' could he fouud?"faud so
on until school is ended for the day.
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Iyping' and mimeographing' daily au-
uouucemeuts, preparing final copy of tests
for teachers. thoroughly checking attend-
ance records, and keeping' any and all other
records in good shape are among' a few of
their other johs. They have a complete
record of your entire high school scholastic
ratings, and in their files may he found en-
rollment cards with your class schedule for
every day. Mr. Condon and Mr. XYarren
also have necessary duties for the girls to
nlficc go slnclcnls for coiilcwiicvs cnncvrn-
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THE PERSONNEL OFFICE
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wm-lfly gnirlziiicc- lc-ssons :incl liclp: to thc stzltc.
rlcnts. zinrl Mr. Curtis is :it :ill time-s willing
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DE7-KN OF GIRLS
Quill- El lzisk lizis lwcn liczin ul fiirls-Vf- slnnrlzirils nl' :ill tln' girls :inil inzilcv nl' Ilia-ni
wntcliing uvvr all llic girls of l'il'Zll1lifOI'l :ill-runnrl yuniig lzulics.
lligli Sclinol, discussing xrilli tlicin tlicir The officc uf llc-an of Girls was ci'0:1ta-ml
prrmlwlciiis, zinfl Zllfllllg' the-in in any way pos- fin- ya-urs Ilgfi, :incl it has piwvvrl siiccvssfnl
silmlc. ln hor lirsl year in this capacity :incl El great lic-lim in K'1lI'l'j'lllg' :int lliv zictix
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'l'l1is officc is for tlic' XX'Cll.1ll'C' of thc sin-
THE TEACHING STAFF OF
members, and the majority teach five
classes and have a home room.
e teaching staff is composed of forty-thre
CARL CARL J.
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RALPH E. HAROLD
A. B., A. M. A. B.
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CLAUDE L. E. O.
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P. S. JACKSON
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RUDOLPH WITSMAN ELOISE VOLZ ROBERT SHAVER MAXINE MICHAEL
President Treasurer Vice-President Secretary
john Albitz Vera Arndt Mary E. Ashley Nathetta Baker Bill Baum Othel Becker
Orchestra Sunshine Sunshine Forum Forum
Music Festival G. A. A. G. A. A. Math Club Math Club
Chess Club Cauldron Staff
Bill Berry Robert Black Bonnie Bogan Floyd Bogan Bob Bolen Elden Braden
Hi-Y Sunshine Student Council Football Art Club
Yell Leader Staccato Cauldron Staff "F" Club
james Brandon William Brown Berniece Carey Betty Carroll Donald Chandler Emmett Cody
National Honor Cauldron Staff Hi-Y A Choir
Student Council G. A. A. Cauldron Staft
Cauldron Staff Sunshine Band
Maynard Conarroe Dorothy Collins Isabelle Coy Ruth Crose Don Cummings Manette Darling
National Honor Home Economics Sunshine Baud Band
Sunshine Student Council Orchestra Cauldron Staff
Dick Davis Joe Daywitt John Denton Pauline Doty
Math Club Cauldron Staff Latin Club G. A. A.
Hi-Y Football Sunshine
Choir Math Club
George Edgar John Emmert Roscoe Fanning Jack Farling Bill Ferguson
Cauldron Staff Track Band Baud Cauldron Staff
Math Club Orchestra Cauldron Staff National Honor
Math Club Prefect Council
james Frazier john Frye Mary Galey Lynette Garrison Martha Glover
"F" Club Hi-Y Sunshine National Honor Math Club
Orchestra G. A. A. Cauldron Staff Forensic
Harold Grove Helen Gunion james Hardesty Walter Harrison Robert Henderson
Cauldron Staff -Ir. Red Cross Cauldron Staff Track "F" Club
Staccato Camera Club 1 Big Broadcast Basketball
Home Economics Football
Sunshine Math Club
Elizabeth Downs Guy Dyar
Richard Hinton Patricia Hobbs Charles Hoffman Robert Hollis William Hollis
G. A. A.
Ted Hooker Lance Howard Paul Hutchison Donna Irwin Bill jackson Veryle Jacobs
Cauldron Staff Home Room Football National Honor Camera Club
Forum Officer Sunshine
Jack jarrell Lorraine johnson Mary johnson Max Johnson Dolores Kaylor Raymond Kelley
"F" Club Band Cauldron Staff Cauldron Staff
Cadet G. A. A. Sunshine Sunshine
Doris Kelly Helen Kern Robert Kirkwood William Klippel Jack Knoll Leo LaBaw
Sunshine Cauldron Staff Cauldron Staff National Honor Latin Club Math Club
Glee Club Forensic Forum Forum Camera Club
Staccato National Honor Band Hi-Y Band
Barbara LeCroiapfQL:gnor -gn 'more Alvin Laughner Walter Lindauer Wanda Lipp Eddie Lynch
Cauldron Staff ff? ent 'FQ-W il Basketball Sunshine "F" Club
Staccato 1. ' me E " ff' ics "F" Club Band National Honor
Forensic X Forum
Ida Lynch Martha Major Barbara Mann Charles Mark joe Masters George Mathewson
Sunshine National Honor National Honor Club Cauldron Staff
Latin Club Cauldron Staff Sunshine Football Chess Club
Cauldron Staff Forensic Band Track Math Club
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Latin Club Latin Club
Maxine Michael Beth Miller Wayne Miller Emerson Moore Marian Morrow
National Honor Staccato Math Club Sunshine
Sunshine National Honor
Staccato Cauldron Staff .I
Esther Mynes Benson Norris Gerald O'Neil1 Geraldine O'Nei1l Kenneth Owens
Latin Club Prom Committee Hi-Y Sunshine National Honor
Chess Club Cauldron Staff Cauldron Staff
Cauldron Staff Latin Club Forum
Herbert Patchett Robert Power Betty Purciful Margaret Reed Gerald Reef
Cauldron Staff Forum Home Economics Math Club
Hi-Y Band Sunshine Band
Clark Richards Cleta Robison Eva Robison Wilma Roush Catherine Ruch
National Honor Home Economics Home Economics Sunshine
Cauldron Staff Sunshine Sunshine Staccato
Sunshine Glee Club Jr. Red Cross
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Richard See Cleona Seibert Peggy Shaffer William Sharp Robert Shaver Mary Sheets
National Honor Staccato Sunshine National Guard National Honor
High Life Sunshine Latin Club Forum
Student Council High Life Girls' Chorus Hi-Y
Mary Shuler Evelyn Sipes Maxine Slade Beverly Smith Ted Spaulding Morris Speitel
Sunshine Home Economics Sunshine Ir. Red Cross
Home Economics Art Club "
Jr. Red Cross Hi-Y
Richard Spray Robert Spray Frances Stevens Betty Stevenson Carmen Stewart Vera Stewart
Student Council Student Council Sunshine Sunshine Sunshine Girls' Chorus
Chess Club Hi-Y Student Council High Life Orchestra
Orchestra Band Latin Club
Delores Stine Curtis Strain Anita Stubley Robert Suits Robert Sullivan Bob Talbert
Sunshine Forum Sunshine National Guard Math Club Forensic
Home Economics Student Council Forum Cauldron Staff
Cadet Track Band
James Thompson George Thornton Eloise Volz Herbert Volz William Wainscott Betty Wallace
Cauldron Staff National Honor Hi-Y National Honor National Honor
Hi-Y Sunshine Camera Club Cauldron Staff Sunshine
Math Club Cauldron Staff Quldron Staff
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john Weakley Herbert Webb Philip Weimer David Whitmore Freda Wickham Robert Williams
Cadet Basketball Math Club Orchestra Sunshine
Track "F" Club Hi-Y
Rudolph Witsman Drucilla Wyatt Bertha Young Mary Young Wilma Younger Betty jo Zerfas
National Honor Sunshine Sunshine Home Economics Sunshine Home Economics
Student Council Jr. Red Cross Student Council
Forum Cauldron Staff G. A. A.
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XYilmzL llZlI'l,CI', listlicr ClllZLlNlll'l'. joy Cutler. lJorutl1cz1 flZllI1lJl'lfllQ'C.
lfourtli Row-Yii'g'i11ia Cripc. ljwlizulim- lirzuiclt. Pzuiliiic Clark, L'liz1i'lmtm
Czunplx-ll. l':1t Umm, Ruth fillllfllfl, lic-rwyn Azlrmi.
First Row-lfx'C1'ctt l'll'ZlZlCl'. Alan lfvzuis, Orvul lYil't'Cl1C, .lvrry l:l1lllC'Clif'
Riclizlrrl Cirucllc, Floyd linclrcs.
Svcoml ROXK'flD0ll2llfl fiOl'll'lELll, Klzuiricc- lluffcr. Dun lilltllll. l'aul llowc
Tliircl RONX'+.lO2ll1 llzlckzlrrl, lictty Davis. lllziry Gl'l'g'lll'j'. livyrl iimilfl
lllilftllll lficllcr, lla llzliiggc-1', Anim lJZ1l1IL'. liI'ZlCC Faust.
lfourtli Rl'JXYg'flllZll'lCS lluckclt, Ninn llziilmzm, l7lm'c-ucv iizilcy. Ycrm-ll
.l'lCl'g'1lSOll. xxvlllllil lfustcr. ,lcam-ttc lflliott. -lzuict l:0lll'llll'l'.
First RONX'7RlCllll1'll KZllllli'l'. Hill .lUllllSUll, Hill llnycr. .lack l.:1ml1'i's. Dick
First Row-Barbara Toney, Marilyn VVeida, Mary .Io Springer, Bonnie
Utterback, Evelyn Street, Flossie VVarren, Bill Shanks.
Second Row-Nancy Spradling, Norma Scott, Marjorie VVillian1s, Phyllis
Stroup, Muriel Yuill, Lucyellen Strain, Lois Young.
Third Row-Junior W'alker, Betty Wray'. Lee Shearer. W'ard Underwood.
Marvin NVallace, Hollace VVise, Rosemary Wilso11.
Fourth Row-Bob Pierce, Francis Robbins, Eugene Strange. Bob Swanson,
Phil XVise, Bill Zobrist, Harold Suits, Harry Unroe.
First Row-Bertha Michner, Melba Ohlemacher, Agatha Lucas. Louise
Peterson, Betty Moore, Joyce McNutt, Eugene Graham.
Second Row-Norma Peters, Jean Nuckols, Phyllis Nees, Beatrice Lowe.
Helen Myers, Barbara Owens, Betty Payne, Malcolm Grimstead,
Third Row-Virginia McGrath, Mary Mattix, Margaret Miller, Julia Myers,
Ethel Mann, Tom O'Hara, Junior Miller.
Fourth Row-Ross Michael, Russell McNelly, Ralph Oberdorf. Ted Neid-
linger, Richard Good, Bill McMurtrey, Tom Major, John Gster.
First Row-Peggy Mathewson, Alma jean Ryan, Juanita Posey, Mary
Sparrow, Gene Pickering, Joan Sipe.
Second Row-Charles Snyder, Bill Huff, Jeane Shanklin, Lillian Primack,
Bonnie Smith, Mildred Shives.
Third Row-Violet Sharp, Bonnie Sherrill, Emory Smith. Carl Rash, Betty
Miller, Dortha Solari, Jake Ruch. ,
Fourth Row-Phyllis Price, Earl Phillippo, Bill Snyder, Bob Ricker, Charles
Sheldon, Morris Robley, Bob Plunkitt.
1 1 mlge, 10a11 1011es, lieatriee llayes, 1l1l1Zl
lfirst R011'-1a111es 10l1llSOl1, 111 ll
l1ll11llC', liarl llmvarcl.
0 peverly King, llilcla 1lZl1111lf.0l1, 1iYClyl1 Kin-
Sc-c011cl lQ0x1'a10a11 llar111 11. 1'
nett, Mary llerr. l1ZlI'lJZlI'Zl Kran
1 lluffer, 11111101' 1lutel1i11s011, 1:11111-s liCll110Kly, 1lar01rl
.llZll'l'1SlJI1, Patsy l1lll1101l. 1721111 101111so11.
Kelly. Alice llirt, 110111110 1Ol1l1SOl1. Cl1arl0tte lle11s011,
1"011rtl1 R01v+10l111 - U
Robert Hart, Dean llylllllll.
First Row-lNl1lt011 lglllllli, -lllllllly Ayers, lietty l1I'ILll1l11Cll. l1ar0l4l liram-
111011. Mary 1.0l1 Chittick, lilizabeth Carr.
Second Row-Stanley Aclcrs, 11111 V
l11111ti11, lleleu liilflllllly, Betty
111V ClClllZll1S, Nlll'l1l2l l1llL'llZl.l1Zll1, l1lUl'12l
' lek CZll11QXY0ll, Nl11'l11Zl11 l1yl'11L', 1.01115 Carey.
'1'11irtl R011'-F1'erle1'iek 1JI'l1CC, 1:
llelc-11 lilack, 11111i01' A111iel1, 1i111111y lirown.
1'iUll1'tl1 Rowfliola Berry, 1'lar0lrl lrglllltlll, 13011 Ayers, 11011 lxC11IlClt, Nlilrlrecl
liaker, l'11'11.l11i liearflsley.
1 y Fuller, l70r's L'0lg'r01't
First R011'-lNlary 1:C1'Q'llS0l1, Mary l':flWZl.1'1lS, Pett, 1 -
Irwin COl10L', Ci10ria Cl1l1gZl11,
lJe11is011, xvilyllk' Ciarrl, XX
'l'l1ircl R01Y+-10 A1111 lJ0llOl1O. Cl1i1l'lCl1C
S1-c011clR011'-1a111es f1CZll'l1CZll't, ll
'i11ia111 Crose. 1811165 lJi111111itt.
" I 4CXV9l1l'. lXl2l.1'X'111 C'le11cle1111i11g.
Marjorie C0y, l.a11ra 1211, Mau l 0.
liZltl1lCQ11 Defroes, 1111121 l:Ul'1".'
l'1OllI'tll Row-Karl Gable, XYZlltCI' Forney. ut
11 C nracl, Dora Mae Crowell.
I.Ul'1'Ill11C Cripe, X121 ic 0
1101101111 Dick Davis, c'Zltl1l'j'11
Faust, Mary 10 lfllis, Patsy iil01'e1
First Row-june Mangis, Barbara Lee, Grethel Murphy, Elizabeth Myers,
Second Row-Sally Lowden, Bob Miller, Leonard Norris, Virginia Owens,
Virginia Miller, Freda Leger.
Third Row-Mary Nelson, Tom O'Donnell, james Maxson, jack Miller, joe
Ann Maddux, Phyllis Norris.
Fourth Row-John Norris, john McKinney, George Northorp, Harrison
Mclver, Bill Lemen, James McDonald.
First Row-Betty Reno, Barbara Sibbitt, Florence Powell, Martha Ryan,
Lois Pope, Eleonora Rogier.
Second Row-Julia Sloan, Betty Robley, junior Pitman, Patty Sharp, Lu-
cille Probus, Joan Price.
Third Row-Harold Sherfey, Jack Schlosser, Donald Robison, Bill Robison,
Junia Schlosser, Esther Parson.
First Row-Mary Ann VVitherow, Betty Swift, Eva VVann, Clinton Wick-
ham, Jack Stevens, Beatrice Spear, Pearl Stuart.
Second Row-Ruth Thomas, Mary jane White, Doris Zipperian, Isabelle
VVitsman, Betty Watkins, Evelyn Younger, Dorothy Smith, Mina Jane
Third Row-Bill Zwyers, Martha Thatcher, Roy Watkins, Glendon Stokes,
Ben Thompson, Bill Stillwell, Proctor VVainscott, Charles Slaughter.
Fourth Row-Paul Smith, William Wright, Bob Snider, Joe McKinzie,
James VVilson. Jesse Younger, Dick Uitts.
First licnv-4l'0gg'y llZll'Sll11lZ1Il, l3o1'otl1y li11111101'l. Ruth l'l01'g11su11, Xvlllllil
li2ll'flll0l', 'lulia li1'i111st0acl, .lo Jxllll lTL'Z1l', lfStl1L'l' l:Cl'g'llS01l.
SOCOllKl lQUXYi,lZlllC liepoy, liarliara Fuflg0. .lZlll1CS l':l11l'1'j', lly1'o11 livans,
Patty l51'a11kli11, Rolicrt l'lOl'llCj', lfva liik011lm01'1'y.
'l'l1i1'cl ROXY--llZl.l'lJZll'Zl Galmlc, liclwarcl Qil'CCl1, Richarcl lfostcr, llill Qioscw0l11',
litlfllllll l,CZ1ll. 'l'o111111y C21'iffi11. Rolaml l:C1'g'llSOl1.
.llllllftll RON'-liSll1L'l' F1'00111a11. limb l:OllSllZlllCS, Ricliarcl llZ1l'I'lSUIl, Rulm01't
llaycs, llick llouglas. Max lJOI'Zl1l. blllllltll' l':l1l1'l1Ctt.
lfirst RUXY-l,0llg'lZlS McN11lt. Holi Mclilwcc, llilly lllclfwcxi, Karl Miliay.
llctty lN'lo1'pl10w, lic-v01'ly Mcliiiiscy. lNla1'gar0t Nalicoat.
SCC0llll li0wfR0l101't N0lso11, Mack MOL'l111'0, Rolicrt lNliCl1a0l, 'lOllll Nlill01'.
S110 lVl2lIIl'lllg', C2ll'Oly1l l,a11cl11101', Pat lxlllllflll, l.ZlXvt'l'IlL' Uttiiigcr.
'l'l1i1'ml RUN'-ljillllllll Olipliant, Floris lxlillltly, Phyllis Millc-1'. Sl1i1'l0y Miller,
Lois lNl0N11tt, l'l1yllis lNlaisl1, llllUgL'lN' Nllll1l2lllj', Holm Malmliitt. Holi
l'l0lll'lLl1 lxOXYfll'XVl1l l,llj'llL', flcralcl l.ykk011. llilly lXICl'l'l1llZlll, .lack lXIZl.llQCliC.
Max Nk'lfllll1g'Cl'. hli111 l.llgIlI', lluli l,i11cl1ack, XY1llia111 Lipp. Hill Mi11c0-
First lQoxx'4Ray111o11 Sl101'1'ill, lilClll1 Rolmison, lJa1'x'i11 l'01'ki11s, hlanics l,UllC,
Nathan l'1'i111ack, Milclrcrl Rogicr. Ruth Roliliins. lJ0l'Otlly lx0llC1'tSOl1.
50001111 ROXV-RUSCIIIZITB' Rvcf, lill011 l'iclc01'i11g. lictty llltlllilll. llctty SlZ1YL'Il.
ROSCll1Zll'y l'0t01's, A1111al10ll Sllj'flCl'. liiltllfyll Sc1'ipt111'0. Mary S011tz.
'llliircl Ro1vfRicl1a1'cl R00s, Rulicrt SCllCllCli. Cl1a1'l0s Sl1ZlYC1'. ,loc Siffiu, s-liflllll
l'l1illippo, xvuylll' Ryan, Phyllis Slieparcl. lictty Rice.
lrllllflll l'iOXY-Xvlllllil. Powcll, Peggy Sheets, listclla Sliarplcs. Jxllll Rich,
lxllltllll SCllCl1L'li. llal RQW0, Max l'11g'l1, blames Rayl0s. 'l"1'a110is Scl100ts.
First Row-Gordon Wise, Fred VVhitn1ore, Lucille Younger, Sarabelle
Witherow, Sue Stewart, June Thompson', Hilda VVright, Rosanna
Second Row-Betty VVeaver, Sara Volz, Mary Young, Betty NVainscott.
Betty Stillwell, Xenacolea Switzer, Alberta Spaulding, Frances Stout.
Third Row-Richard VVeakley, Patty VVaddell, Max Spear, Charles W'est.
Charles Street, Charles Thompson, LeMoine Strain.
Fourth Row-Edward Young, Bob Thompson, Gordon Yantis, Wallace
Taylor, Jim VVilson, Bill Spencer, Gerald Swain.
First Row-Joan Crutchfield, Berniece Barbee, Marjorie Davey, Dorothy
Cody, james Baker, Betty Bewsey, Russell Bushman.
Second Row-Albert Curbeaux, Thelma Bruce, julia Bristley, Charles Clark,
Saraetta Coffman, Maurine Cody, Virginia Ayres.
Third Row-Colleen Conn, Betty Behr. Deloris Culp, Paul Brammell, Paul
Coil, Orville Cantwell, John Davis.
Fourth Row--Iacquelyn Armantrout, Georgia Baldwin, Marie Benjamin,
Mary Cline, Malcolm Conner, Roger Clark, Ralph Braden, Joe Ayers.
First Row-Josephine Hemmerling, Helen Kirk, Mildred Hendricks, Betty
Hodson, Bonnie Hollis, Thurl Jacobs. 4
Second Row-Fred Johnson, Joe Kirby, Wanda Kindley, VVallace Knipp,
Calvin Kallner, Leona Larimore.
Third Row-George Lewis, joan jackson, Bonnie Kaylor, Junne Jervis, Bar-
bara Henderson, Helen Ledbetter, Patricia LeBeau.
Fourth Row-Marion johnson, Gene Hooton, Robert Laughner, Frank
Henning, .Io Ann Hayward, Patsy Kasler.
THE EIGHTH GR DE
zllml Yzmtis. llzllv llc-nson, lioh .im-ip IQ-11-1-, ilu-Ilig Xlglllin-wsml.
SMH' butyl lmmml' Sixth llmvfllirlc 'll-c'g'11z11'rlvi1, lfx'm-lyn 'l'hmnn
Svcmifl RtHX'-fX'l'I'll1ll?l'lll' l.c-liow, Patsy Klip- us, llonnic S t i n s u n, llcwm-i'ly 'l'lnnnpsun
in-I. l'n-ggi' vlzicohs. Phyllis Kellogg, Xxvllylll' l'g-ggi' lllzulrlnx. lXl:n'll1:1 Klzittix. l,il:L l.m
XY:lii1scn1t. -luhnny lYilsun,1ic'rn'gcScl1cClH, iil'Ilf', XY1111clz1 l,c'fllwttc'1'. Xxvlllllil Nlzilicuzlt
Nlznwin Munn, lirlxwnwl hlonsini, .linnny Nur- Mary blanc Pogn C. llclvn l,cv, lXlZll'Q,'ll
Vis, blznnvs l,m-0, Maxine llllll.L'I'. lll'lll'll, l.:l llnnnzl Phillips.
Vlilllwl NNW' 'Sm' Slwill- M5U'.l0l'l4' Su'l'llf'll50ll- SCYi'll1ll licmwf llick fVill'1lSfJll, lqOlll'l'l. Roush
Nnlwrt XY1wflS. .l1llllCS S1fiWf'1'S- li1'0"!V llonzilfl Young, ,-Xrflc-Ili l.1u':1s, l'hvllis Kas
Slk'XX'1lI'l, lQt'Zl1'llU1l Rmvc, Rolwrt Slim-pzml, 191-. Q1-X-SM1 lqolgnsfmv If-pm llglflil-nv Iglmil
,luhn SCllIlIllHZlCl1L'l', 'lnnim' lfislilmck, .linnny gg,-iffitlfi IQ-SSC S1101 I fy, lyumlld Ixllil-my
ll5llf'l'- llmllllf' Llllll- llavirl Sll'5'1ll'l', linssvll llccl. i
l'iUlll'lll limi'-f-wllvlly Spciicviy fXnn:1hc'llQ Shel- Igiqhth ROW ,M Ruin.,-t Kvnv' hmim. gpm.,-S
l-':VVl5'1l Yflll- Illf.ll'Y Wf'S51'li lllmlllf' MC' Nc-il Xxllllllllllx Rulwrt Sliipli-y. liolwrl li'-
lfl'Vll'1 .lfmll Mfllmll' .Mfll"l5'll ll4'lt'?."'f'W- win, llzlrrx' l,npci'. llzinl llZll'l', -luhn linlwrl-
l"'ii'l'l"l" Mflliwl- ltwlllil 5100111 Vlillclllm son, llzmiilcl Rllllllli'l'. Toni llvihnzin, lion-
l'mx'c-ll. lim-x'ci'ly M C M51 n 21111 ai, Clizlrlcs ,wth lq1,1,i,,,m,.
XX':u-xx-i', lin-nnclh Murphy.
l'ii'S1 RUW ' .lilfk l-f'll!lf'llUW- lfifth limi'-llc'1'n:1i'fl l'itts, lic-tty lilippcl. Sn
Rnlu-rt llzlll, 'llnn Y:unlcrx'rn't. zzinnc' Sclilussvix lllzlry S h c- 1' rill, llc-loris
l'lIil l4iY1'ZC5'- l'1lf,l0l111S0n. lion tlonlrl, Snszln XX'zulc, lfnnicc -lnlnison, lla-x'
l1lYl'Zl'j', Will lA'lNl'11. C.il11l1'lPS crly XX'z1iiiscutt, :Xlinu XX'illi:11ns, Klimirvz
Y!1lllxl'Sfli'll. l,Zl1llRZlllii'S. DUN' l.ipp. loan lin-llv. lXl2ll'Y l,lIllN'llg'l'l'. lxlill'
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First Ruxv-licttv Lucas, IQCIIIICV Strode, Bill fer, L4llZlI'lCS Yauch, l'hil Sclilosscr, Rnlwrt
l,owc. ,loc lill'llCll. liclwurcl Green, Robert llzlvcy.
Smith. Ricliziril lsg1'ip'. liill hlUllllSO1l, Tim- ,
ulhy hlmics, Rulmcrt lihclrcs, 'llmi Sloan, Bill Slxlh .Rfmi 7 l'l'05'd llcmfcllalllll-. Holm? l'fAVUl'l5'
'll-iiiplctuii, Huy Smith. lim Zippcrian. Sdnlmd iixldmcm' Bfjh Slqml' -limw' 1-'UW
' hlunior ,lu in c 1' y, l'1'crl Luiiiimngs, llzirnlcl
Sm-cuml liuwf Huh licz1cli,joA11ii lNloi'i:u'ty, CZ1llllll7Cll, Tom licncficl, Clmrlcs Milcy,
'Imam Mcifvlml. Mary jam- CVNL-ill, NOYIUZL .Izuncs lXlCljllCl'S0l'l, Billy Streets, Cliurlcs
l":L1'1', XY:nimlzL iiostcli, XYinifi'ccl Owen, list- lllclfcc, llichzlrcl lluycr, lXl2L1'Ylll l'1'ick0tt.
hllzuiiiillnlllihlllyhldliliiliuclliixltiiihl4lillzil'yBlll3tli Scwutll lgowfllclvclily Iijllutl' lift Huchmmn'
lltlllgllli x'lYl2lll liilllglllllilll. Taylor llziil- H11 ltwtflflu- 'I' hllllf .l'Ui1'Ull:..lU5'Cf'
'W' i'i'f1-ill' cliilffii if ffl fiHsplff1If"Cif5,' 'ilill'
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'l'hircl limi' - .loam Stinson, li2l1'lJZll'2l. Oman, Nc-wtoii llczltty, jzlmcs liolcn, Rulwrt llark-
Phyllis SlJl11'5,1'COl1, N01'1l1Zl Toney, Martlia Icy, Artluu' Czirroll, l.z1 hitilllll' Armlt, Mm'-
lllctzgcly julia Lily t 011. llilt Uttc-1'lJzLck, vin Davis, Ricliurfl Bruce.
Eighth Ruwfllmlmm Elllwl'-.Xf1l'l1l11 Llzilcl-
l'ml1ling'tmi, llohert lliues. FYf:gLllg'cUl, Llluliiuli, hflsll
i- ' s, iz ' . 'z ' s, 0:1 oocv,
lfoiirtli Run'-X'i1'g'i11i:1 SlZll1gAl1tL'l', Doris Fish- blcaiincttc Catron, llorothy llogzin, llclorcs
cr, Yvliiiu lilliott, Mary Pyutt, Betty Millcr, Conklin, llcloris C0 rl: u t L. liilly Corbett,
Yirgiiiizr. Milmy, lJOI'0tl1j' Kcnnccly. liZl.!'lJZll'Zl -loan txllbilllgll, lfvclyn Crosc, Rosa' lloylcs,
llciiclriclcs, Hill ll i uto 11, Artus CLlI'1lCj', Max llonulio. Robert lluiihzlr.
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fiat?Tluilgllgllgrflihlll li0Hnm'1xObUt Don Ninth RUXY-d.lll1llCS XYllSlllZlll, llill XYz1llacc.
' ' Robert li i l b c 1' t, Tom l:l'l1SllUl11'. lllzirtlizl
liifth Row -if .Iimmy Fife, liclgzu' l"1'0ll, XYil- Clrccn, Cicrulclinc XY:u'cl, .loan f12ll'1llK'1l, Hur-
lizlm liirlcctt, licith C0lg'1'0x'Q, l'hil lichr, lJ2ll'Il. l':2l.StCl'ly, Lewis lifllllflll, livin' lllzick-
Nvrl ll11i'1'm1g'l1s, lloh Ostlcr, Russ llcatmi, liclgc, lizlrl llClllll'lCliS0ll, john Scliuolcy,
'lohu llart, Rilylllllllil llzirrisoil, Dale lluf- .Izuucs llzlll, Luther liragg.
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Representing the entire student body, the Student Council
has the task of settling numerous school problems and pro-
moting leadership, scholarship, character, and service thru-
out student activities.
Divided into two groups-the prefect council and the ad-
visory council-this organization has continued the cadet sys-
tem this year. The prefect council consists of representatives
from the various classes elected by the entire student body.
Home-room and class presidents make up the advisory coun-
cil, whose duty is, as is implied by its title, to make sugges-
tions and advise the prefect council.
NVith President Bob Spray serving as judge, the council
conducts trials for various offenses. Prosecutor is Bill Fer-
guson, and the defense attorney may be selected from the
entire school. Phil VVise served as vice-president, Dick
Spray was secretary-treasurer, and for the first time Mr.
llampton acted as sponsor.
"Have you got a pass ?" This is a familiar question when
passing through the halls during fourth and other periods.
Cadets are stationed in the buildings to see that you do have
a signed pass, and, if you don't, to issue to you a yellow slip.
Members of the faculty nominated candidates from which
the present cadets were selected. These students are ones
who are not too busy with extra-curricular activities and who
are qualified to fill these positions. This is the second year
for this type of hall supervision.
Yellow slips may be issued for running in the halls, wear-
ing hats in the buildings, chewing gum and eating candy
during school hours, loafing in the halls, and many other
offenses. Three yellow slips require a trial before the Stu-
dent Council. Mr. Hampton is in charge of the force.
A large majority of the outstanding sophomore. junior and
senior boys may be found at Hi-Y meeting almost any Tues-
day evening of the school year. VVith fifty members, this
club is under the auspices of the state Y. M. C. A.
A happier Christmas for all underprivileged children is one
of their objectives. For this purpose a Christmas exchange
is held and all gifts are given to the Junior Red Cross to dis-
tribute at their party. Donations are also given to different
charity organizations annually. Students who need financial
aid are also furnished with clothing and books.
The club as a whole attends church services at various
intervals at all churches with members represented in the
club. Fathers are entertained at a Father and Son Banquet
once a year. For the girls' sake they sponsor a sport dance
sometime during the season. To carry on these activities
they raise funds by selling candy in the halls after school
and usually have the concession stand at the football games.
Joe Daywitt, president: John Maxson, vice-president, Rich-
ard See, secretary, and Bill Ferguson, treasurer, headed the
organization. John Redmon serves as sponsor.
First Row - 'Mr. Hampton, Mary
Mattix, Robert Shaver, Bill Fer-
guson, Helen Mae Michael, Phil
Wise, Robert Spray, Dick Spray.
Second Row-Betty Stevenson, Pa-
tricia Harshman, Janet Fournier,
Barbara S i b b i t t, Julia Sloan,
Charles Stine, Byron Evans, Rose-
Third Row - Peggy Isgrig, Char-
lotte Henson, Barbara Kramer,
Coralie Cook, Doris Colgrove, Joan
Harmon, Mary Young, Colleen
Conn, Shirley Miller.
Fourth Row-Arthur Danne-r, Jack
Longfellow, Beth Miller, Juanita
Posey, Jake Ruch, Donald Chand-
ler, Bill Lowe, Patsy Kasler, Pa.-
tricia Franklin, Eleanor Larimore.
Fifth Row - Reardon Rowe, Carl
Smith, Carol Grafton, Curtis
Strain, Rudolph Witsman, Rich-
ard See, Ted Hooker, Floyd Bo-
gan, Ted Neidllnger, Earl How-
ard, William Francis.
First Row - James Johnson, Paul
Johnson, Esther Parson, Mr.
Claude Hampton, John Weakley,
Second Row-John Killmer, Rich-
ard Hollis, William McMurtrey,
Byron Campbell, Marvin Wallace,
Third Row-Ward Underwood, Tom
Major, Benford Beard, Alan Ev-
ans, Richard Uitts, Curtis Strain.
First Row--Mr. Redmon, Bill Fer-
guson, Dick See, James Thomp-
son, Joe Daywitt, John Maxson,
Ted Hooker, Bob Talbert.
Second Row-David Whitmore, Don-
ald Chandler, Robert Bolen, Ger-
ald O'lNeill, Ted Spaulding, Robert
Power, Herbert Volz, Bill Berry,
Third Row - Dick Spray, William
Parker, Herbert Patchett, Robert
Spray, Charles Hackett, Robert
Pierce, Jack Landers, Arthur Clos-
sin, Jack Knoll, Bill Baum.
Fourth Row-Maurice Huffer, Ted
Hazelwood, Alan Evans, Dean Hy-
man, Frank Beardsley, Bob Mil-
ler, James McDonald, James Max-
son, Frank T h o m p s o n, Orval
Fifth Row-Robert Bennett, John
Killme-r, Irwin Cohee, Donald
Pierce, James Clemans, William
Hodge, Ben Thompson, D o ri al d
Robison, John Norris, Bill Lemen,
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Nineteen forty-one marks the thirtieth ye:-.r since the organization of the Frankfort chap-
ter of the Sunshine Society. In 1901, Crawfordsville High School became interested in the
work of the international Sunshine Society, and so founded this state organization. The
Frankfort chapter was the third formed, Lebanon being the second. By 1920 there were
twenty societies in Indiana. At the present there are one hundred and forty chapters in
Indiana and one in Bridgeport, Illinois.
Miss Hattie Campbell has been the sponsor of the local group for eighteen years. At
present there are two hundred twenty-five members in F. H. S. New members are added
to the society each semester, the only requirement being that the girls have reached the
ninth grade or beyond. The club raises money by selling candy at the basketball games
and by sponsoring various programs. From this fund donations are made to various high
school needs, community projects, Riley Hospital, Clinton County Sunshine Scholarship,
Red Cross, infantile paralysis drive and other worthy causes.
The one social activity of the society is the annual Mothers' Tea held each April.
The officers are Donna Irwin, president, Ruth Conrad, vice-president, Juanita Posey,
secretary, Eloise Volz, treasurerg and Phyllis Stroup, corresponding secretary.
All girls barred! Evidently the boys of Forum Club en-
joy privacy from feminine students, at least for their meet-
ings. Over twenty years ago, due to the demand by the boys
of F. H. for a club in which they could get training in
debate, parliamentary procedure, and conduct round table
discussions, the Forum Club was organized.
Being a small club-membership limited to twenty-six-it
is not as well known as larger and more socially-minded
ones. The group is run entirely by its membersg officers and
sponsor take the background. Not known for the number of
dances it sponsors, but rather for its informal banquets and
yearly picnic. the Formn remains a man's haven in the high
A semi-official motto of the membership committee is "It
is hard to get in and easy to get ont." Revision of the con-
stitution was completed this year. Elections are held every
semester, giving the members a better chance to choose the
leaders they want. Those of 1941 were: Robert Shaver,
president, Bill Baum, vice-president, Bill Ferguson, secre-
taryg and Ed Lynch, treasurer. jack Knoll served as vice-
president and Robert Power as treasurer the first semester.
First Row-Charles Hackett,
Bob Shaver, Hill Baum, Mr.
James M.cMurtrey, Bill Fer-
guson, Eddie Lynch.
Bob Gee, Bill Klippel, Bill
McMurtrey, Curtis S t r a, i n,
Jarrell, Bob Power.
Third Row-Jack Knoll, Kern-
Owens, Bob Sullivan,
Ruch, Arthur Clossln,
Fourth Row - Junior Miller,
Paul Howe, Ted Hazelwood,
M a j 0 r, Ted Hooker,
Rudy Witsman, Dick Oyler,
Having developed in status from that of a junior high club
to a popular senior high organization in the last half decade,
the Forensic Club continues to promote interest and give
knowledge of parliamentary procedure under the sponsorship
of Mr. Hampton.
Two school projects are sponsored by the group - the
awarding of an Indiana Banner at the close of each semester
to the highest ranking student in Indiana History, and the
new Forensic Scholastic Award to students with the highest
average in the eighth and ninth grades.
On February 7 the annual dinner-dance was held with
music furnished by a local orchestra.
Helen Michael, president, jake Ruch, vice-president, Bar-
bara Sibbitt, secretary, and Juanita Posey, treasurer, served
as officers for the year.
Homemakers in the making! The thirty-six members of
the Home Economics Club have as their ideal the improve-
ment of the high school girl and the promotion of interest
in home economics in the student body. Their programs fol-
low this idea.
This comparatively new club, formed by Miss Reid last
year, is considering affiliation with the high school section
of the American Home Economics Association and the state
Open to girls in the home economic curriculum and other
girls who have taken one year of home economics, the club
annually holds a style show and a dance.
With Betty Purciful, president, Maxine Michael, viee-pres-
identg Eva Robison, secretary, Catherine Ruch, treasurer,
the club has experienced a successful year.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
The junior Red Cross chapter of Frankfort High School
was first organized in 1938 by Miss Helen Underwood. The
club planned its program to carry out its chief objectives-
friendship and service to others.
In rendering service to others, this organization each year
gives a Christmas party for the underprivileged school chil-
dren of Frankfort. Nearly three hundred boys and girls at-
tend these parties and each of them receives toys, candy, and
Another service rendered to the underprivileged -school
children of Frankfort was the distribution of clothing do-
nated to the club by local business men. The club was di-
vided into four committees-one to take care of the need of
each of the grade schools.
For promoting friendship, the club sponsors school projects
as the Red Cross Penny Drive, and each year holds an animal
banquet for the installation of new officers.
From the sixty members of the club, Alan Evans was
elected president: Virginia McGrath, vice-presidentg Janet
Fournier. treasurerg and Joan Maddux, secretary.
Alan Evans, janet Fournier, and Bob Nelson represented
this organization at the Red Cross Institute March 4, 5, 6 in
First Row - Barbara LaCroix, Bar-
bara S i b b i t t, Jake Ruch, Mr.
Hampton, Helen Mae M i c h a el,
Juanita P o s e y, Martha Glover,
Second Row-Martha Major, Helen
Kern, Ruth Conrad, Charles Clark.
Byron Evans, Hal Rowe, Beatrice
Ifowe, Phyllis Nees, Lynette Gar-
Third Row - Mary Youung, Phyllis
Maish, Carolyn Lauchner, J oh n
Miller, Tom Sloan, Bil1Lowe, Joan
Hackerd, Mary Ferguson, Robert
Tallbert, Marybelle Kirby.
Fourth Row-Jeanette Elliott, Joe
Kirby, Tom Major, Paul Howe,
William McMurtre'y, Alan Evans,
Sally Lowden, Patsy Glover, Jim
Clemans, Phyllis Shepard.
Fifth Row - Janet Fournier, Julia
Forrest, Patricia Harshman, Julia
Sloan, Robert Miller. Don Pierce,
Betty Robley, Robert Gee, .loan
Sipes, Peggy Isgrig, Helen My-
ers, Bill Spencer.
First Row-Eva Vvanm, Eva Robi-
son, Catherine liuch, Miss Reid,
Betty Pureiful, Maxine Michael,
Helen Gunion, Bonnie Hogan.
Second Row-Joan Harmon, Martha
Fidler, Beverly Smith, Mary Huf-
fer, Elizabeth Myers, Patricia
Sharp, Mary Gregory, Eleanor
Larimore, Wilma Roush.
Third Row-Julia Hemmerling, Bon-
nie Sherrill, Joyce McNutt, Phyl-
lis Price, Frances Blackeir, Mary
Young, Maxine Cox, Hope Hein-
ning, Margaret McMahon.
Fourth Row-Gloria Clingan, Lucy-
ellen Strain, Lois Young, Delores
Stine, Betty .lo Zerfas, Mildred
Shives, Bonnie Johnson, Berna-
dine Brandt, Betty Moore, Bertha
Michner, Elizabeth Davis.
First Row - Ru th Conrad, Jannet
Fournier, 4.-Xlice Heimburger, Mary
K. Huffer, Miss Underwood, Rob-
ert Nelson, Phyllis Shepard, Pa-
tricia Mahon, Catherine Scripture.
Second Row-John Combs, Robert
Snider, Grethel Murphy, Lois Pope,
Sue Manring, Doris Zipperian,
Virginia Owens, Norma Fa-rr, An-
Third Row-Betty Stevenson, Alan
Evans, Dale Ruse, Ted Spaulding,
Helen Gunion, Bertha Young, Bet-
ty Lou Rice, Catherine Ruch, Bev-
erly Smith, Mary Nelson.
Fourth Row-Francis Scheets, Bet-
ty Robley, Bill Mincemoyer, Sally
Lowden, Julia Sloan, Barbara Sib-
bitt, Joe Ann Maddux, Mary Ed-
wards, Patricia Gunion, Robert
Fifth Row - Bill Spencer, Charles
Clark, Barbara Owens, Louise
Peterson, Amnabelle Snider, Mary
Jo Ellis, Peggy Harshman, Kath-
leen De-Croes, Pat G l o v er, Sue
Stewart, Jean Harland, Virginia
Since 1933 outstanding students in Frankfort High have
been honored for their achievements by election into the
National Honor Society. Either the girls are more numerous
or harder workers, for since that date lO8 girls and 74 boys
have been selected for membership.
Instead of holding meetings during the activities period,
the group convenes for a monthly luncheon in the cafeteria.
liach spring an informal banquet and party is enjoyed by the
Becai.e of their attainments in character, scholarship.
leadership. and service. nominees are chosen by the entire
faculty. Final election is made by a committee of teachers
for that purpose.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Verda Knox. the club car-
ried on its regular activities this year and chose Helen
Michael, president, Dorothy Collins, vice-president, Berniece
Carey, secretaryg and Eloise Volz, treasurer.
"A real fighter never has breath enough to say, 'I quit,' " is
the motto of the Frankfort High F Club. Only those boys
who hold a major award in at least one of Frankfort's com-
petitive sports are eligible for membership. Two outstand-
ing events make up the main activities of the club. These
are the annual Big Broadcast and the spring Blanket Hop.
Head coaches, "Buck" Rohrabaugh and Everett Case, serve
as the club's sponsors.
Officers of the club are: Charles Mark, president, Ted
Hazelwood, vice-president, Rudy VVitsman, secretary-treas-
urerg and Herbert XN'ebh, sergeant-at-arms.
Stepping into a meeting of the Chess Club, an outsider
might think he was dreaming and had drifted back to the
days of knighthood and chivalry. But, no, that's just part of
To become a member of this club a prospective player
must have the desire to learn and must be interested in the
game. There are approximately twenty members-all boys,
however, girls are 11ot excluded. Upon being voted into the
group a member is designated a "Pawn" and may rise from
that rank to "Knight," "Bishop," 'Castlef' a11d "Queen," by
proper requirements and victories over other players. "King"
is the title conferred on the president. Citations meetings
are held for the promotion of players from one rank to
This year a round-robin league was conducted, and the
eight top ranking players advance to an elimination tourney
to determine the champion and runner-up. Chess sets are
the spoils of these victors. In future seasons the members
hope to compete against other schools.
On the social calendar the club sponsored a sport dance.
Officers were "King" Richard Spray, vice-president, Alan
Iivansg secretary-treasurer, Bob Pierceg with Mr. Manges as
First Row-Eloise Volz, Helen Mae
Michael, Miss Verda, Knox, Dor-
othy Collins, Berniece Carey.
Second Row-Marilyn Schanbacher,
Barfbara Mann, Oleta Robison,
Richard See, Helen Kern, Betty
Third Row-Kenneth Owevns, Bob
Shaver, Hill Klippel, Donna Irwin,
Lynette Garrison, Martha Major.
Fourth Row-Eddie Lynch, VVilliam
VVainseott, Margaret G r a f t o n,
Rudy W'itsmar-Mieth Mille-r, Ber-
tha Young, we Michael, Bill
First Row-Ted Hazelwood, Charles
Mark, Eddie Lynch.
Second Row-Mr. Case, Mr. Rohra-
baugh, Charles Stine, Bob Ricker,
Third Row-Robert Henderson, Ru-
dolph Witsman, Bob Boleln, Her-
bert Webb, James Frazier, Jack
First Row - Alan Evans, Richard
Spray, Mr. Jackson Manges, Frank
Beardsley, Bob Pierce.
Second Row-Robert Spray, Milton
Rlunk, James Clemains, Rob Gee,
Byron Campbell, Chester Pitman.
Third Row-William Francis, Ger-
ald O'Neill, Ralph Olberdorf, Karl
Gable, Robert Ryan.
Fourth Row-Leo La Haw, Jimmie
Rayles, Jack Knoll, Robert Sni-
der, David VVhitmore.
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THE HIGH LIFE is
Amid copy paper and printer's ink, THE HIGH LIFE
staff works to prepare the next issue of Frankfort High
School's student publication.
THE HIGH LIFE is published by the journalism class
with Miss Virginia Smith as adviser. The work on the news-
paper is done co-operatively. Each student does all types of
work on the paper. One time he may be working on news or
feature stories, another day he may be soliciting advertising
or working on page make-up. In this way a student receives
more diversified journalistic training.
This year TI-IE HIGH LIFE holds membership in the
Indiana High School Press Association, The National Quill
and Scroll, and The National Scholastic Press Association.
The staff is planning to attend the Medill conference to be
held this spring at Northwestern University in Evanston,
Isoscelesl Slide rule! Hypotenuse! To the members of
Math Club these should he the simplest of terms. Remaining
organized again this year, but still not being active, this
group had a membership of about thirty-five mathematicians.
Students with two years of math are eligible.
To develop interest in higher mathematics is the aim of
this club, and to further this idea it presents annually an
award to the senior having the highest scholastic rating in
four years of mathematics.
President, Othel Becker, vice-president, Mary Mattixg sec-
retary, Bill Baum, and treasurer, Bob Pierce, headed the
club for the past year, with Miss Della Maud Sanders acting
With programs to encourage wider interest in Roman cul-
ture and to give opportunity for individual initiative in par-
ticipating in the monthly meetings, the Curia Latina carries
on its activities as one of the oldest and largest club-s in
Frankfort High School.
Its membership is drawn from all the Latin classes of the
school. lt also includes students who have completed the
course and desire to remain affiliated with the organization.
Mrs. Heaton serves in the advisory capacity.
Last spring the club joined the Forensic Club to journey
for a day's visit to Turkey Run State Park. The annual
Christmas party was held in the recreation room at yuletime.
First consul was John Maxsong second consul, Ruth Con-
rad, scriba, Pat Waddell, and quaestor, Joan I-Iackard.
First Row-Miss Smith, Marybelle
K1rby, Lynette Garrison, Bertha
Young, Margaret Grafton.
Second Row - Phyllis Nees, Betty
Wallace, Jean Shankliln, Jeanne
Mclver, Jean Harland, Marilyn
Third Row--Dick See, Dolores Kay-
lor, Cleona Seibert, Carmen Stew-
art, John Maxson, William Mc-
First Row - Jean Shanklln, David
Wvhltmore, Mary Mattix, Miss San-
ders, Dick Spray, Robert Shaver,
Second Row-Martha Glover, Helen
Mae Michael, James Thompson,
Jack Farling, Bob Power, George
Edgar, Bob Pierce, Leo La Baw,
Third Row - Pauline Doty, Robert
Gee, Wayne Miller, Tom Major,
Byron Campbell, Charles Hackett,
Jack Landers, Bill Baum, Bill
Fourth Row-Robert Spray, Janet
Fournier, Phil Wise, Ted Spauld-
ing, Gerald Reef, Richard Hinton.
John Klllmer, Joe Daywitt, Othel
Becker, Joe Masters.
First Row-Lynette Garrison, Pat
Waddell, John Maxslon, Mrs. Hea-
ton, Ruth Conrad, Joan I-Iackerd,
Mary Mattix, Betty Stevenson,
Second Row - Sally Lowden, Mary
Jo .Sp-ringer, Marilyn Weida, Mary
Childress, Jamet Fournier, Jeanne
Mclver, Julia F o r r e s t, Mildred
Baker, Phyllis Shepard, Patricia
Third Row -- Pauline Doty, Jeane
Shanklln, Mary Jo Ellis, Kathleen
DeCroes, Mary Witherow, Estella
Sharples, Rosemary Pete-rs, Mary
Young, Patsy K a sl e r, Phyllis
Nees, Marybelle Kirby, Hal Rowe.
Fourth Row - Alice Hirt, Patricia
Conn, Ruth Thomas, Patsy Gun-
ion, Sue Manring, Phyllis Malsh,
Annabell Snyder, Sara Witherow,
Catherine Scripture, Melbagene
Clossin, Martha Glover, Marilyn
Fifth Row-Francis Scheets, .Tack
Stevens, Tom O'Donnell, Robert
Nelson, William S p e n c e r, Sue
Stewart, Manette Darling, Ger-
aldine O'Neill, Ida Lynch, Doris
Colgrove, Charlene Faust, Bar-
'bavra Toney, Beverly King, James
Sixth Row-Robert Benunett, Mar-
garet Grafton, Norma Scott, Pat
Glover, Barbara Kramer, Char-
lotte Henson, Isabelle Witsman,
Mary Lou Chittlck, Martha Ryan,
Joe Ann Maddux, Peggy Shaffer.
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"Strike up the band!" The eighty-eight-piece Frankfort High School
Band arouses spirit and enthusiasm for pep sessions, football and basketball
games. It also participates in concerts and marches in a majority of town
The local band is well known in music circles over the state and has won
honors in numerous events during the last few years. It is a well-balanced
organization and under the direction of Aubrey Thomas it has developed
and advanced in technique and mastery of composition. To further its ad-
vancement, records have been taken of the band's music. After listening to
these the members can more readily understand which parts require extra
For the first time the band organized and adopted a set of rules and
regulations. This charter system includes a nine-member board of controls
to penalize offenders of the various rules. The set of regulations includes
no smoking in uniform, appointment of a uniform committee to inspect
uniforms, the taking of the roll at designated times with absentees or late
comers referred to the board of controls. use of own horn at all times by
the student, and other rules pertaining to attitude and attention.
Under this system officers chosen were Bob Talbert, presidentg Don
Chandler, vice-presidentg jerry Fulnecky, secretaryg Robert Gee, treasurerg
and Lynette Garrison, corresponding and publicity secretary.
The board of control consists of Kenneth Owens, Robert Spray, john
Maxson, Jake Ruch, Maurice Huffer, Dean Hyman, Phyllis Maish, and Jack
The High School Orchestra of sixty-five members under the direction of
Lester DeBard has had its usual school year of rehearsals and concerts.
Only the best in music has been read and analyzed and much stress has
been laid upon intonation and phrasing. Much time has also been spent in
the study and practice of sight-reading.
Several small string ensembles were organized and rehearsed outside of
school hours in order to meet the public requirements for musical programs
for civic affairs. The string trio and string quintet, particularly, have been
kept busy filling engagements.
The mission of the Orchestra Department is to inculcate its students with
appreciation of good music by a study of the classicsg and to help them to
become good citizens by teaching them to concentrate, to co-operate, and
to be of service to others.
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typist: Bill Ferguson, editor-in-chief.
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manager: Ted Hooker, circulation manager: Betty Wallace. publicity editorg Jim Harclesty, assistant photo-
graphic editorg Joe Masters, photographic editor: John Maxson, sports editor: Helen Mae Michael, circula-
tion manager: Lynette GH1'l'lS0l1, activity editor.
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must he conipletecl hy the typists. Anil, finally. to get the hook across to the puhlic, there
is an ailrertising' rlcpartincnt.
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of-school Cauldron salesman contacting every business firm in the city.
'l'hroug'h sales to citizens and businessmen. the class is able to finance the
publication of the yearbook without soliciting advertising.
llnring' the last semester of the school year one day is set aside on which
senior couples are excused to work on this staff. Students are chosen for
this campaign upon their merits along this line, and they are paired in a
manner which seems most efficient for canvassing. No coke sipping-no
cruising over the town and countryside with a earload of schoolmatesg
just plain, hard. sincere work. Fourteen couples aided with the task this
Any person outside of the school system who purchases a Cauldron is
entitled to have his name printed on the patron's page which appears at the
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Frankfort High School's football participation of 1940 was on an intra-
mural basis. The squad was divided into five different teams, and each tak-
ing a college team's name.
During practice season the boys spent the first three days of each week
on football fundamentals and the last two days were used to put in practice
these fundamentals in team scrimmage. Due to the fact that this season
lured more boys to the practice field than ever before in Frankfort High
School's football history, the coaching staff was able to get a fairly clear
view of who will represent Frankfort High School in the years 1941,
First Row-Robert Corns, Harry Jones, Junior Walker, John Clossin, Bill Huff, Pete Terpinas.
Second Row-Mr. Anderson, John Oster, Ted Neidlinger, Ted Hazelwood, Mr. Rohrabaugh, Tom Major
Jack Landers, Bill Lewis, Mr. Ronzone.
O11 lrfllllly. October 4, an intraniural football game was staged, for which
the entire student body was excused from classes to attend.
A brief Anierieanisni prograin was given before the teams went into
action. The 171'O,Ql'Zllll began with the playing and singing' of the "Star-
Spanglecl lgZl.llIlCl'.n Following' this came the Pledge of Allegience of the
student body. An Aniericanisin talk was given by a representative of the
American Legion, Mr. liarl Smith. The progrzun ended with the students
singing "God Bless America."
The teams took the names of lndiana and Purdue. lndiana beat Purdue
by Z1 wide inargiii of 19-O.
First Row-Louis Carey. Dick Davis, Eugene Huffer, Jim Brown. Bob Ayers, Stanley Aders, Jim Kennedy.
Second Row-Charles Stine, Junior Hutchinson. John McKinney, Donald Kindley. William Nunnally, Tom
O'Donnel1, Harold Buntin, Don Robison, Dale Ruse.
FOOTBALL TROPHY HOLDERS
First Row-Harry Jones, Harold Bun-
tin, Robert Mabbitt, James Kennedy,
Second Row - Max Doran, Junior
Amich, Robert Corns, Richard Clossin,
Frank Henning, Bill Nunnally.
Third Row-Bill Lewis, Charles Stine.
Junior Hutchison, Jack Landers, Ted
Fourth Row-Tom Major, Jim Brown.
Dick Douglas, John Oster, Ted Hazel-
wood, John McKinney.
This is a picture of the boys and also
of the student body during a game at
Stott Field, the stadium of Frankfort.
In October, before a student assembly, the football awards were presented
by Coach Rohrabaugh and staff.
Twenty-two members of the varsity team received attractive gold statu-
ettes. Reserve letters were given to nine boys and twelve freshman awards
were given. Five members of the freshman squad received small gold foot-
balls as a merit award. For their outstanding performances and football
ability, the following boys received the special awards: Aughe Brothers'
award will be presented to Charles Mark. The Fred Petty award of Leader-
ship and Sportsmanship was presented to Ted Hazelwood. The Mental
Attitude award was given Junior Hutchinson. The Greatest Improvement
award was given to Bill Nunnally. The Football Plaque was presented to
All the boys were thanked for their hard work and were commended for
the fine spirit they displayed throughout the season.
First Row - Ned Burroughs,
George Stathas. Charles Clark,
Charles Street, Robert Payne,
Fred Johnson, Dick Rees.
Second Row-Byron Richards,
George Sheets, Donald Young,
James Rayles, Bob Mabbitt,
George Lewis, William Mince-
moyer, Wallace Taylor.
Third Row-Joe Siffin, Ralph
Braden, Malcolm Connor, Max
Doran, Joe Ayres, Dick Doug-
las, Max Pugh, Harold Coy,
Basketball, the elite sport of the state, is carried on throughout the
academic years of Frankfort High School. Four distinct squads make up
our basketball organization.
From the grade schools the future Hot Dogs climb into the eighth grade
jerseys. NVith Matty Ronzone guiding them, the junior highers gradually
learn more technique and new fundamentals.
XVith the scent of more basketball learning the boys, now freshmen, slip
into the coaching hands of Buttercup Anderson.
Then Larry Farrell, coach of the B-team. takes the sophomores and
juniors and puts the finishing touches on their fundamentals before the
boys, who are now upper classmen. graduate into the Frankfort Fighting
Five class with Everett Case acting as their coaching czar.
Finally the die is cast, and a complete Frankfort lligh basketball cycle
Lacking in height, weight, and power, the Hot Dogs made up for these
factors with cleverness and speed which carried them through their sched-
ule with thirteen victories a11d nine defeats. The Casemen broke even with
its natural rivals-Kokomo, Lebanon, and Lafayette. They downed Logans-
port both times. In january the boys went to the Big Four Tourney at
Shelbyville, where they "copped" the title by defeating Columbus and
The squad was made up of Rudy XVitsman, captaing Unroe, Stine. llazel-
wood, Nunnally, l,Vebb, Zobrist. Lewis, Oster, and Alvin Laughner. The
netmen suffered two handicaps this season with XVitsman's cracked shoul-
der and Laughner's broken leg.
Next year's varsity candidates will be Stine, Nunnally, Hazelwood, Zo-
brist, Lewis, Clossin, Oster, Doran, Norris, and Oyler. Two of the first
five string will be missing next year.
The Casemen had a hard tourney schedule, and they had several un-
usually tough county teams to compete with. They defeated Rossville 29-
22. For the tussle with Colfax, Howard Hall was packed with its largest
crowd in tourney history, in which the Hot Dogs won 23-21. The most
heart-breaking game of the tourney was their game with the Jackson
Cardinals in which the Hot Dogs lost in a hard-fighting scrap with two
overtimes to prove the fact.
BILL NUNNALLY HARRY UNROE CHARLES STINE
JOHN OSTER EVERETT CASE, Coach TED HAZELWOOD
HERBERT WEBB RUDOLPH WITSMAN, Captain BILL ZOBRIST
BILL LEWIS ALVIN LAUGHNER
First Row-Richard Clossin, John Oster, Max Doran, Junior Hutchison.
Second Row-Bill Zobrist, Bob Ricker, Coach Larry Farrell, Dick Oyler, Bill Lwis.
Row-John Norris, Charles Aidman, Pete Terpinas, Jesse Younger, Norman Byrne, Stanley Aders
lly winning seventeen out of nineteen games this last season, thc ll-team
boys set up a record of which they may justly be proud, and they leave a
high mark for other
teams to shoot at for years to come.
practice the boys learn the proper fundamentals and
technique which go
to make up another great fighting five for next year.
Clossin, clever little floor guard, was outstanding in
ferreting out the opponent's weakness. while Oster, Ricker, and Lewis were
very effective in scoring ability and filled in very capably on the varsity
squad when needed.
Max Doran probably showed the most improvement and promises to be
an outstanding player in the future. Oyler eaine along fast and has all the
earinarks of becoming one of Frankfort's most aggressive offensive guards.
The goal sniping of Johnnie Norris. and the driving power of Hutchin-
son forbodes much trouble for future opponents of Frankfort High School.
The other boys progressed rapidly and will be battling for a berth next
XVith "Buttercup" Anderson calling the signals for fourteen wetks of practice, the
freshman basketball squad closed their season with thirteen victories and seven losses.
Most of their schedule was composed of Big Ten teams like Kokomo, Anderson.
laxgansport. jeff of Lafayette, and other teams.
The team elected XYallace Taylor for their captain. On offense. Mineemoyer, Doug'
las, tiosewehr, XYliitmore. and Hays were outstanding. Outstanding on defense were
llraden, Taylor, and Conner. Tile remainder of the team consisted of Malmlmitt, Streets,
l'urlweaux, Schench. Myers, Rayles, Stephenson, and Max Pugh,
JU IOR HIGH
Coach Matty Rouzone's junior high squad was one that any coach or school would
he proud of. ln twenty starts the eighth grade netters cleaned the slate with an ex-
ception ol one team--Anderson L21-231.
ln the coach's opinion, this team was one of the finest he has ever coached. The
squad as a whole was rangy and always had a good attitude during practices-never
The team looks like a good prospect for future championship, thinks Ronzone.
First Itow -- l"i'eil Whitmore,
Alluert l'nl'heanx, XYaI1aee
Taylor, llilly Joe tiosewelir,
Second Row -A lliek Iiouglas,
Bill Aliiieelnoye-l', C ll u r l e S
Street, Alax 1'onnef1', Ralph
Braden, Holi Mahbitt.
Third liow--Hill Stephenson,
James llayles, lloh Myers,
Robert Selienelc, Hob Fou-
shanes, Noam-Ii Uarl Ander-
First Row-Jim liolen, lliek
Gleason, .lim XVitsman, Don-
ald Youny.g', .Joe Iiuneh, Carl
Smith, lilugene Sihray,
Seeond How - .lohn XVilsoin,
lion Seolt, Allhert jlohnson,
Jim Ostler, llill llieker, l'hil
Livezey, Glen Byrne.
Third Ilow - Uozu-li Mathew
Ilonzone, .I u n i o 1- lmmu-r,
Lewis Edinons, .lack Poul-
ter, Sanford Aimlman, Hill
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Referring hack to the clziys of old-
in fact, hack to the Mother Country,
England - you eau find one of the
favorites of modern girls' physical edu-
XVell equipped for this spo r t. the
girls' physical ed department teaches
archery hoth in gym classes and Li.
A. A. lt is one of the less strenuous
types of exercise which develops skill
During the winter period when the
ehilly winds and snow prevent out-
door sports, volleyhall is the main
form of exercise for the girls.
As tourney time nears, much spirit
and enthusiasm is aroused, and com--
petition is great. lt is always a hat-
tle to the finish, and due to finger-
nails, many a girl Comes out with :A
few minor scratches. But, they like it!
Increasing rapidly in popularity. had-
minton has become one of the fore-
most sports in schools, eolleges, or-
ganizations, and at home. It is adapt-
almle for the participation of both old
Such an interest has heen taken in
this sport in gym classes that it has
heen extended for girls who wish to
play after school.
G. A. A. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL whose lllL'lIlllL'I'Slli15 is feminine. Any girl in high
'Nw 1qxL.m,iW L'm,m-51 of the gg. A- A. is CMH, school is eligible for nienthership as long: as she
posed of presiding officers and the ehairnian of ill'i'll'S by Ulf mlfs and woliks lm' thc l'L'llc""w"l
ilu. ,.NW.k.tiw. Cmmllmwg of herself as an infliviclnal. The girls lneet in elnh
The ahove ntenihers nieet, clisruss, and luring nn ilfllvlllcs lmff School'
ljugiyu-55 that is to by In-Ougllt up at 1110 fcgulm- The clnlfs two annual soeial activities for the
IIICUIIIIHS. The vottneil also takes matters up that, FWF WCW' fi SUDIWI' fm' U10 lllflfi llllfl H fl1lW'l'-
as a whole, the clnh is too large to hanclle. The girls chose as presiding officers of 1040-
'1'his is the first year for the lfxeentive fonneil, -ll: Mary lillen Ashley, president: Jeanette lil-
aml hy next year it will he in "full swing." liott, Vive-presitlent: Alive llCilllllllI'LIL'l', fI'C1lS1ll't'I'1
anrl Mary L'hilclress, serretary. Margaret flralton
kept the F. II. S. stuclents well posted through her
Iligh l.ife reporting of the CI, A. A. honrs spent
THE GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION in Sports'
The li. A. A. is one of the clnhs in high school Miss Foster aets as sponsor for the elnh.
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cst into thc sun." . . . GUlllU' some ulacc?
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QJII thc go .... Stopping for a chat? . . . XYho
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Ulcl Glory and thc scholar ,... The gzulg.
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H. S. Skinner
Jesse E. Greene
Miss Ruby White
Mrs. Ernest Hobbs
Anna Louise Miner
James Paul Gaddis
Mrs. Jay Parvis
Noble Lee Wilson
Mrs. Robert Misner
Frankfort Monument Works
George L. Pittser
Michael Coal Company
Morris 5 8z 10
John W. Campbell
W. A. Irwin
Mrs. Ralph Kemp
Monroe Dairy Co.
Raymond J. Black
Central Cigar Store
John Stewart, Jr.
P. Dorner's Sons Co.
Rapp Auto Co.
Gillispie Shell Service
Douglas Scheid ,,
Colver Machine 8a Iron Works
L. E. Moore 8x Son
Mrs. Smith Pie Shop
M. J. Carr Floral Co.
O. PL Hedgcock Sa Son
J. C. Penney Company
Irwin 8z Paddock
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin
Dr. E. F. Smith
Merit Shoe Stor
Porter and Hurlzert
Wilson Dental Laboratory
Spencer's Serve-Self Grocery
Horton Oil Company
Deming 8: Thompson Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ramsey
H. R. Gruelle
Leonard 8z Wolfe
Boulden's Alteration Shop
W. J. Nees
Herbert Ray Brown
Mary Ellen See
Harry D. Pippenger
Betty Lou Flower Shop
Mrs. George Spahr
Jack Behr's Auto Body
Clinton County Bank
Kenneth Power, Lawyer
The Adler Company
Fred H. Meifeld
Boeckman Jewelry Store
Mrs. Albert Storms
Frankfort Fruit Market
Herbert EL Shaffer
McClary's Cigar Store
Royal Garment Cleaners
W. A. Lavelle
James L. Cummings
Murray De Moss
Hook's Drug Store H
Kramer Brothers Co.
Frankfort Paint Store
Coapstick Insurance Agency
Camp :Sz Willoughby
Hayworth 8.: Layton
Farmers' Implement Co.
Lee O. Zeig
Ferd's Cash and Carry Market
Kemp Bros. Packing Company
Huffer's Beauty Academy
Cook's Quality Hatchery
Kraft Music Company
Joe C. McKown
J. A. Kern 8a Son
Grimes Sales Co.
Lincoln Finance Co.
Sears Roebuck 8: Co.
Smith Food Store
Clark Appliance Co.
Mrs. Roy Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shaver
Ingram-Richardson Mfg. Co.
Ushco Mfg. Co., Inc.
Hugih J. Davey, Sr.
Dorner Service Station
Mrs. S. A. Morrison
Big Four Super Market
Albert M. Laughner
Alexander's Super Service
Kerr's Home-Made Candy
Greyhound Bus Station
Gilbert P. Adams
Local Finance Corp.
Molsbary Upholstering Shop
Mrs. Fred Kramer
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Dr. E. H. Robison
Dr. O. V. Kingery
Michael's Super Service Station
McKinsey's Nursing Home
F. W. Woolworth Co.
Frankfort Lumber Co.
Wand J. Martin
Bazley Meat Market
J. Leslie Rowe
Martin Electric Service
Mrs. Glenn Webb
Mr. Fred Reppert
Anna Belle Utterback
Miss Flora Muller ,
Mrs. Carter Michaels
R. A. Hedgecock
J. F. Witsman
Logan Shell Service
R. A. Moore
E. F. Beall Transfer Co.
Howard Motor Sales
Frankfort Morning Times
Dr. Bill's Shoe Hospital
Britton Food Market
Dr. T. L. Smith
Bruce A. Work, M. D.
Horace H. Jenner, O. D.
Dr. A. G. Ohittick
Farm Bureau Cooperative
Pure Oil C0.
Webb Oil Company
Roxy, Clinton, Ritz Theaters
Tompkins Ice Cream 8.: Food
Citizen's Building 8: Loan
Derrick 8z Derrick
E. O. Burget
A. C. Louette
Oi. E. Biery
Dr. H. R. Royster
J. C. Lockwood
Lockwood Ins. Agency
Dr. T. A. Dykhuizen
Dr. C. A. Burroughs ,
Ryan 8z Ryan, Attorneys
Miss Jessie L. Berry
Russell W. Crockett
Charles T. Terry
Claude Wetmore, Jr.
J. G. Sangster
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hanna
Dr. Osiler, Chiropractor
Mrs. Addie Halliday
Mrs. Mary Lawson
Frankfort Candy Kitchen .
Dr. M. F. Boulden
P. EL Merchant, Real Estate,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bunger
Dorner's Kelvinator Refrigerator
Rogers Smoke Shop
Lawson Taxi Co.
Beaver 8z Stinson
Mr. and Mrs.'ClaytRn Johnson
Charles D. Ginn
Mary Rose Palmer
Mrs. Grover Lipp
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