Frankfort High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Frankfort, IN)

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America, the land of contrasts, the huge, sprawling, powerful, bounti- ful, purposeless, idealistic, striving America-the greedy, savage, blind, sentimental, tender, generous, trusting America-mad America, exploding with her pretenses and hypocracies, her fearlessness, her righteousness, her almost hopeless hopes, her too faithless faithsfAmerica with the blight of her past errors, broken promises, lost dreams and unachieved desires-America with her unfulfilled prophesies, her unfound articulation, her unuttered songs, her unpainted pictures and unconstructed edifices- America from disunion of wrangling states to a great United States of America-with all we know of her that has never been uttered, she is for all of us our own America, the only one, in spite of her travail and tribulations, that can offer so much that is worth living for-worth dying for. In spite of her booms and depressions, savagery and refinement, beauty and gross- ness, opulence and poverty amidst plenty, tenderness, cruelty and compassion, justice and injustice, baseness and grandeur-there resides within America an unquenchable flame that lighted the difficult and bloody trails of our pioneer fathers and mothers. It can be seen on the streets of our cities, on the farms, in the factories, in our towns, in the mines, on our ships, and in our camps. Call it "spirit," Call it "liberty." Call it "democracy." Call it "the rights of man." By whatever name, it is the principle which gives meaning to our way of life. America struggles desperately today for something that has never been put in words. She strives with all the power, organization, genius, and determination known as American, for the aspirations, faiths, and hopes of conquered millions and for what America can and must be. .ai .Qu-.1 dak X Q m 'ff ,lfv , ,L i Q. , f L LQ 5 'X .L fl A E Qi L a yw 4: ' L- QT .V A it .1 IX if ,EV 'ev . :Af t -'fav bk fi Q96 I J f B! K . N X, ., x g 5 . F 1 S - 'L ' 1- - -s 1 : Q 'SL Qi fi Sf.. A , , X -63 .X --ff ,--:gf 1,4 M-X. I . kb .X .3 My fs.. x L , g-ki :NA 1 'L' ' 5 1 .. V4 1 Q A A ' Q .1 R! n V we L ,MW ir: wee , all i its The American educational system, probably the greatest contribution to the Ameri- can way ot lite, is primarily based on the concept that learning to do and doing to learn is basic to the growth and development ot an individual. Education becomes more than a process of cultural transmission. The curricula of the modern secondary school, organized and prepared by educa- tors, contributed to by economists, humanists, scientists and technologists, backed up with the finest technical equipment, not only permit etticient instruction but direct the individual student into an active participation in the educational program. K"'r. . . . .v , X a N.- 9 A wpw N 4 NH ' I' . , +o-'D 3 wry- -FMU' k. . MV. . l L'-W .. ' aw iw? I ,v 1. bt fi' 'Nl .1 5, Ol' Ps A -s 'J , A ,Q - mx L +1 Q -4 F5 Y 'xx Y lg fk 9 . wg- xg- x ,, , , s K Egg -ifgiv, f. , l s k g . Q' I N , 'wg -sf X 5-6 . ,,,,.Q, ,fv- is an-.K 'Q Waldo Wood, superintendent of schools, is a believer in democratic methods in education, by which ine dividuals may develop their talents, initiatives, and personalities to make them better citizens in a areater America. Dr. Wood has had many more duties and responsibilities thrust upon him this year, due to emergencies in education coexistent with war developments, but he has accepted them in his usual cheery etticient manner. ln the American system of educa tion, administration and control is centered in the local community. This control in the city ol Frankfort is vested in the school board, cone sistina ot Lance Harland, President: Clayton Cook, Treasurery Waldo Wood, Superintendent of schools: Fred Petty, Secretary. Pauline Hollis, secretary, and Dorothea Gillis, bookkeeper, find their tasks are numerous but interestina in the oiiice ot the superintendent. They do the ordering ot supplies tor the school city, take care ot the busi- ness ot the board, write salary checks tor teachers and the ern- ployees, and take care of many oth' er duties connected with the super- intendents ottice. 11!11. 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WARREN-A.B., M.S.: Mich- tgan State Normal, Indtana U.: Ass't. prtnclpal: 8th grade Civics, Htstory: Sponsor, N.Y.A., Patrol Boys, Current Events Club. BERTIE I. HUTCHINGS-B.S.: Purdue. Central Normal: English, Mustc, Art: Sponsor 8th grade. FRANK HILL-B.S., M.S., Central Nor- mal, Indtana U.: English. VERDA KNOX--A.B. De Pauw: Eng- lish: Sponsor Nattonal Honor Society. PAUL S. LOWE-B.S.A., M.S.: Purdue: Agrtculture, Blology, Night School for farmers. MARY RIED-B.S., M.S.: Purdue, Iowa State: Home Economics, Nutrition classes for Defense Program: Sponsor Home Economics Club. COY WOOD-B.S.: Indtana State, In- dtana U.: Engllsh, History. ROW II RAYMOND ROHRABAUGH - A.B.: Franklin, Danville Normal: Social Science, U. S. History: Football coach: Sponsor "F" Club. LORENE ORE-A.B., B.S.: Ball State, llltnots U.: librarian. IACKSON MANGES-A.B., M.S.: Man- chester, Butler: Commercial subjects: Sponsor Iuntor Class, Chess Club. EDITH K. HINMAN-A.B., M.S., In- dtana U., Butler: World History. HAROLD BAI-'tNE'l'l'-B.S., M.S.: Indi- ana U.: History. PAUL VAN SWEARINGEN-B.S., M.S.: Purdue, Butler: General Science, Bl- olo9Yi Sponsor Freshman Class. DORIS KNOX-A.B., A.M.: Indtana U., Columbia: Mathematics. A. E. Condon-A.B., A.M.: Indtana U., Columbia U., University oi Chicago, Harvard: Principal. MELBA SIMS-A.B.: Indtana Central College, Purdue, Ball State: Home Economics. B. R. BLUNK-B.S.: Indiana State: Head of Industrial Dept.: Director De- fense Training: General Shop, Voca- tional Butldlng Trades. OMA F. HEATON--A.B., AM.: Frank- ltn, Indtana U., Columbia: Dean of Girls: Latin, Spanish: Extra-Currlcul- lar Activities. now rv I WAYNE K. Sl-IOCKNEY-B.S., A.M.: Ball State: Industrial Arts. HOLLIS E. MILLER-A.B., M.S.: Central Normal, Indiana U.: Mathematics, Sci- ence, Latin. HELEN B. UNDERWOOD-R.N., B.S.: Indianapolis City Hospital, Indtana U., Butler, Peabody: School Nurse: Spon- sor, Ir. Red Cross. L. N. Evans-Industrial license: Indt- ana State, Butler, Purdue: Industrial arts, National Defense adult classes: ln charge, Recreation Room. CARL H. ANDERSON--B.S.: University of Southern Callfornla: Phys. Ed., Health, Safety: Head Track Coach, Freshman Basketball Coach, Assistant gootball Coach, Sponsor, Sophomore GSB. l-IATTIE M. CAMPBELL-A.B.: Earlham College, Wisconsin: Head, English De- partment: English: Sponsor, Sunshine Society. DELLA MAUD SANDERS-B.S., A.B., A.M.: Franklin, Indtana State, Colum- bla, Oklahoma Baptist, Indiana U.: Head, Math Department: Mathematics: Sponsor, Math Club. ROW VI VANCE S. CURTIS-A.B.. Ph.M.: Frank- lin, Wisconsin, Butler, Indiana Unlver- sity: Personnel and Guidance Director. EASDALE PlCKE'l'l'-B.S., A.M., A.M.: Indiana State Teacher's, Indtana U., Columbia U.: Head. Social Science Department: U. S. Hlsotry. E. O. HANGER-A.B., M.S.: Indiana Central college, Butler, Indiana Unt- versity: Head, Science Dept.: Biologi- cal Sclences: Sponsor Senior Class, Cauldron Advisor. CLAUDE L. HAMPTON-A.B., Ph.M.: Cenral Normal, Wisconsin, University of Colorado: Social Science, Debate Coach: Sponsor Student Council, Foren- sic Club, Cadet sponsor, Manager, De- fense stamp sales. CARL I. BELCHER-A.B., M.A., Indtana State Teachers, Indtana U.: Physics, Biology: Sponsor Camera Club. IRENE I. CARFIELD-B.S.: Ball State, Denver U.: Head, Commercial Dept.: Shorthand, Typing. EVELYN BOND--A.B.: De Pauw, Unl- verstty of Wyoming, Indiana U., Co- lumbia U., Butler: Business Correspon- dence, Typing, Iuntor Business Train- ng. MA'l'l'HEW M. RONZONE-B.S., M.S.: Unlverstty of Rome, Notre Dame, ln- dlana U.: Phys. Ed., Health, Safety, General Science: Assistant Football Coach, Ir. High Basketball Coach, Co-coach Track. BOW III RALPH E. BURROUGHS-A.B., A.M., Wabash, Indtana U.: Chemistry: Con- sultant Chemist. SALLIE M. FOSTER-B.S.: Indiana U., Ball State, Washington State Normal, Butler, American Gymnastic Union: Health, Safety, Phys. Ed., Geography: Sponsor, G.A.A. IAMES G. DAVIS-B.S.: Wisconsin: Mechanical drawing. ROW V VIRGINIA E. SMITH-A.B., M.S.: Indt- ana U., Columbia, Foreign Study, Parts, France: English, Iournallsm: Advisor, I-llgh Life. AUBREY M. THOMAS-B.M.: Vander- cook Music School: Bandmaster. MARTHA C. PINNEY-B.S.: Indtana U., Purdue: Dramatlcs, Public Speak- ing, English. LAWRENCE I. FARRELL--A.B: Indiana U., Wisconsin: Mathematics, Latin: Sponsor Pep Committee, Ass't Basket- ball Coach, Freshman Track Coach, Tennis Coach. ELIZABETH E. ZEHNER-A.B., M.S.: Oakland City College, Indiana U.: Supervisor, Physlcal Education MARY MAY - A.B.: Indtana State Teachers: Mathematics. NOT IN PICTURE INEZ NIXON-B.M.: Butler, Arthur Iordan Conservatory, Earlham, Sher- wood Muslc School, Cornell, New York U.: Supervisor, Music: Sponsor, Stac- Cato Club. EVERE'l'l' N. CASE-B.S., M.S.: Frank- lin, Southern California, Illinois U., Wisconsin, University of Iowa: Head, Phys. Ed. and Athletics: English: Coach, Varsity Basketball. HARRIET GALLUP-B.S.: Pratt Institute, Cleveland School of Art, Western Re- serve Unlverslty: Supervisor, Art. 5 "Ts ya Q S! 3, ' fm J F15 is . Q J " gg 21-1' . gf I -I -' fy "gn f 3 T Y X1 . 3 v ww iw 9 uf 'O , ' Q y ST? Q 3 . 1 Q59 1' 1 I Af' 5 ' 5 Ol lm A.. a N .ss A .. : 2: - H" m ,L K r ., Q., N 5 . ,.v, NS' X w4ix.- X A iw X N xl 41110 ' llmmg nw Y , "lla . fl SGT! 6 A . I owunmvx owns-ns vw N, M aw QQ 3 Jig L was ' . 3 Ovm. 0 ,,,X.W, , Jim, m' hum arm ru! It has been the custom in America to give special credit and honor to its outstanding citizens. The Senior Class and Cauldron Staff of 1942 wishes to extend honor and credit to some of the outstanding teachers of Frankfort High School. Mr. Blunk, head of the Industrial Department, has efficiency of the community through enrichment of the of much valuable and modern equipment. In addition has directed the training of more than four hundred and tense since 1940. Mr. Lowe, our agricultural expert, has been teaching of farming to many boys who have filtered out of F.H.S. contributed much to the technical shop curriculum and the addition to our own industrial students, he fifty men for Work in national de- the scientific and business aspects into agricultural pursuits in Clinton County. His contribution to improved living and increased wealth in this community has been great. His work through the years will augment greatly Clinton County's ability to meet its agricultural production responsibilities during the war crisis. Mr. Case has taken twelve Fighting Fives to the state finals, nine consecutive ones, and has come out with four state championship teams. This is an unequaled record in the greatest basketball state in the United States. In 1940, F.l-l.S. was represented by two all Amer- ican basketball players, Iay McCreary and Ralph Vaughn. Mr. Case says that his greatest thrills come in winning the games which he is not supposed to be able to win. Under the direction of Aubrey Thomas, Frankfort bands have become known through- out the state and nation as fine bands both in ccncert and marching appearances. Frank- fort bands have participated in at least eleven state contests, winning five first divisions, and in one and receiving second and third division in the others. Mr. Thomas insists on mastery of funda- mentals of music, and punctuality, He instills en- thusiasm for music and encourages individual achievement. Mr. Ronzone has exerted a lot of energy and initiative in making Health and Safety more func- tional in the lives of Frankfort boys. He is confident that in order to get the best teaching results, he must have patience and a wide knowledge of the subject matter. Miss Foster has been a powerful force in im- planting in the minds of girls, the benefits of physi- cal fitness and high ideals of health. In her physical education classes, she has set forth the principles of fairness and good sportsmanship, and has created an active interest in hiking, bowling, tennis, horseback riding, and archery. Miss Hutchings is the epitome of patience, smy- pathy, and kindness. These characteristics have had a very definite influence in shaping the atti- tudes and characters of many pupils who have been in her classes. Her work in art has opened new horizons of appreciation of the beautiful for her pupils. three national contests, placing fourth Mr. Iames McMurtrey, our former instructor in Speech, Debate, and Dramatics, was the first mem- ber of our faculty to go into the service of our country. Where there are followers, there must be leaders. The officers of the 1942 graduating class are President, lohnny Clossiny Vice President, Alice Heimburgery Secretary, Lillian Pri mack: and T r e a s u r e r, Charles Hackett. These officers were elected by the class a year ago for this year. W M Cauldron Staff M...-1 Seated in front: Ianet Fournier and Norma Peters. Seated left to right: Barbara Kra- mer, Marilyn Weida, Muriel Yuill, lean Nuclcols, Business Manager, Mary Mattix, Editor in Chief: Phyllis Nees, Wilma Foster, Bob Pierce. Standing left to right: Lillian Pri- mack, loy Cutler, Anna Dame Bill McMurtrey, lake Buch, Iuanita Po- sey, Mr. Hanger, Marybelle Kirby, Phil Wise, Circulation Manager: Charles Aidman, lla Hanger, Busi- ness Manager, Dave Strausburg. When the September leaves are falling, when December snow is drifting, and when the spring birds are chirping, the Cauldron Staff is still working toward the same goal. Editors, photograph managers, salesmen, business managers, collectors, typists, and all the parts of this organization are working faithfully for their class, school and community. The finished product, when it comes off the assembly line, is Your Cauldronf--for you----com- pleted in the American Way. 1,V111y 1W11 W1-111 1 1-1: 1,11 111 11111111111111111 1111...1 111111111111 1111 f . 11111111 11111111 1111' 1111111 1.1111,111111 11v111y111111 11111111 111 11111 1111111 . I ' W1111-Z 111111 1:1 11111111111 111111 11V11 1'111lI1I111 11111111?11111111:11111111f11 1 11' 1111 111111 111111 f11 111111 Mf11111'11 11I1111111111111111 1111111 111y111 11111l11'111'111'1111 1111111111-111 V1111111111 1V1111l11111, 111111111 W11111 1 1 1-1 1V1111y11111 1'.1111y,11-111111111 11l1111, 1111y111.1 N11 1V1111y M111 11x 1111111 1111111111 A1111111 111111, . 1 .-111,1111f1111111111Y1111'11111. 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V111111111 111111111 11111, 1111'11 11111111111111. ruudw' Friendliness is a trait for which Americans are world renown, it is a part ot America. "1ENNY" ELLIOTT and "CHlCK" HACKETT have been designated by the Class ot '42 as representina the eni- tome of this coveted characteristic. 16 2 x i BERWYN AARONM - F-Club, '42, Home Room Officer, '39, '40, '41, Football, '39, '40, '41, '42, Freshman Award, "F" Sweater. BEUFORD EVERETT BEARDW' "Erma," GEORGE MARION BYRLEY- Math Club, '42, Cadet, '42. CHARLES A1DMANef "Charlie" Richmond H. S. '39, '40, Prom Committee, '41, Chess Club, '42, Forum Club, '42, Cauldron Staff, '42: National Honor Society, '42: Tennis, '41, '42, Basketball, '41, Plaque tor Senator at Student Legislature. FRANCES BLACKERee- "Franie" Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, Home Ec. Club, '41, 42, Staccato Club, '42, Home Room Officer, '41, Operetta, '41. DOROTHEA CAMBRIDGE-1 - "Eot"- Ir. Red Cross, '41, Sun- shine Society, '42, Home Ec. Club, '42, Band, 41, '42: Dec- lamation Contest, '38. ORVILLE RAY ALLEN! Basketball, '39. WAYNE LEE BOOTSee Home Room Otticer, '4l: Basket- ball, '39. K ,.,..-an BYRON CAMPBELLee "Barney" - Prom Committee, '41, Chess Club, '39, '40, Forum Club, '42: Camera Club, '4U7 Math Club, '41, '42, Cauldron Staff, '40, '41, Home Room Ot- ticer, '42, Band, '41, '42, Cadet '41, '42. FLORENCE BAKER - Home Ec, Club, 42, Sunshine Society, '41, 42. BERNADlNE BRANDTf 'Bernie" Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G,A.A., '39, '40, Home EC. Club, '41, '42, CHARLOTTE LOUISE CAMPBELL' f "Chat Jrom Committee, '41, Suns' clety, '39, '40, '41 '42, G.A,A. 41. ,,...,,i 4 , c .0 1 1 r' 1, f Xi , V, -QQ, an LAURABELLE CARRM "Laurie" Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, Home EC. Club, '40, '4l. MARY HELEN CHlLDRESSff Curia Latina, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A. '39, '40, '41, '42, National Honor Society, '42, Home Room Officer, '4O: Veda Good Lapple Award. MARY CLENDENN1NGf - Sunshine Society, '42, Home Ec. Club, '12. RICHARD IOHN CLOSSlNe- "lohnny"- Prom Committee, '41, Forum Club, '42, F'Club, '42, High Lite Stott, '42, National Honor So- ciety, '41, 42, Student Council, '39, '41, '42, Home Room Officer, '39, '41, Class Officer, '39, '42, Golf, '40, '41, 42, Basketball, '39, '40, '41, '42, Football, '41, '42, Track, '39, Veda Good Lapple, Second Award, Football Trophy, '41. RUTH CONRAD Y "Connie" 4Prom Committee, '41, lr. Red Cross, '40, '41, '42, Curia Latina, '39, '40, '4l7 Forensic, '39, '40, '41, '42, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, 42: Staccato Club, ,39, '40, '41, '42, National Honor Society, '41, '42, Operetta, '41, Winner, D.A.R., Deleaate Student Legisla- ture, Hiqh Life Staff, '42, LORRAINE CRlPEee Sunshine Society, '41, '42. "Petty" qirlseeleane- A ESTHER CHANDLER e Sunshine Society, '42, Home llc. Club, '42, PAULINE CLARK-e "Clarky" Prom Committee, '41, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '39. ARTHUR CLOSSINA - PIOIH Committee, '41, Hi-Y, '41, '42, Hiqh Lite Start, '42, Basketball, '1U. PATRICIA ANNE CONNff Curia Latina, 39, '40, '41, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '39, '40, Staccato Club, '42, Home Room Officer, '39. ROBERT CORNS- A "Champ" F-Club, '42, Football, '41, '42, Truck, '41, Hi-Y, '39, '40, '41, '42, Football Trophy: "F" Sweater. HELEN CRUM - A Sunshine Society, '4U, '41, '-111: Home Ec, Club, 42. "P. V." and prize pupils ,fgjiat-Q. Hi, Red!iReclirian's "dog" house-High stepper. IOY I. CUTLER-4 G.A.A. '39, Cauldron Staff, '42. CHARLES THOMAS DAVISONW 4- "Sluq" -Forum Club, '42, Basket- ball, '42. MANFORD EADS, IR. ee Class OH1cer, '4l, Basketball, '39, '40, Track, '39, '40, Track Award. FLOYD ENDRESA "Esquire" Hi-Y, '41, '42, Prom Committee, '41, Track, '40, '41, '42, Operetta, '39, '40. GRACE E. FAUST- Curia Latina, '40, Sunshine Society, '40, '41, '42, Staccato Club, '41, '42, Home Room Officer, '42, Operetta, '4l. MARTHA ELIZABETH FIDLER "Marty" Sunshine Society, '30, '40, '4l, Home EC. Club, '40, '41, '42: Student Council, '40, Home Room Officer, '40. ANNA PHYLLIS DAME! "Annie"- Ir. Red Cross, '40, '41, '42, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, Staccato Club, '41, '42, Caul- dron Staff, '42, National Honor Society, '42, Home Room Officer, '41, Operetta, '4l. ELIZABETH DAVIS-- "Betty"f Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, Home Ec. Club, '40, '41, '42 IEANETTE ELAINE ELLIOTT'- "Ienny" Curia Latina, '39, Foren- sic, '40, '41, '42, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '39, '40, '41, '42, Student Council, '39, '42, Home Room Officer, '39, '40, '42. ALAN DOUGLAS EVANS- Prom Committe, '41, Ir. Red Cross, '41, '42, Forensic, '39, '40, '4l, 42 Chess Club, '39, '40, '41, '42, Na- tional Honor Society, '42, Student Council, '42, Home Room Ofticer, '42, Track, '39, '40, '41, Chess Championship, F.H.S., '41, VERNELL FERGUSON- -- WILMA MARIE FOSTERe "Bubbles" Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, Cauldron Staff, '42. G.A,A. '40, '41, '42, Home Roozn Olticer, '39, 40. 'JY' ,.....--H' ,golf 'il W, WW . M. Ma- V 1ANE'1' ANN 1'U11RN11lR 1'1-1 1'11:1:11111111 , '41, 4.' 11 11 1 1 1 111 11 1 111 1 1111 11 1. 11, 1", 411, 41 1'111111 111:1111111'1'1, 111 1111111.111111 ,,111111y .1, 111, 1 111 11 11 '11, '11s 1111111 v1 1, 111111 1.1111, -11 1111111111111 111.11 4.' 111111111111 111111111 11111111111 41 1 11 1 1 1 1111 11 1 11 1 '1-1-1 '11 11 ' 4., 4111111111111 41 1111111111':111: 1 111 11 1 1 AW111, 1'1 il 1.1 11:11 1y11 411 '41 RICHARD EARL GOOD 1'1'11 1'1 111 '11111.111111, 11 MARY CIHKCKJRY .1111..,111111 1111.1-,1, 1111, '11, 1 111111. 1. 111111, 111, 11 1 12111111111 1'1111f1111, 11, 11111111- 11 ,1111 11111111, -1. 1155111111 11fROM1I 1'111.N1I1TKY 1'1:1111, 1', 111,11,'1 1 11111 -111 1111111111111 11, 111111, 1111111'1?111, 11 1111' 1 BEIYRL RICHARD COULD .1111111111'y' 11'11111 11111111 L11111' 1, 1111, -11, 4' SYDNEY MALCQLM GRINSTEAD 12111111111 1'1111111111, '-1l- 1111111 11 1::.111111-11, 41, '111' 1'1,0RENLYE GALEY 1:11 11, 1111, 111, '111 1111 11 AW1111 RALPH GRAHAM RICHARD GRU1,ILL1f 1'11111111 1'1111', '41 111111111 1111-11 1111 1 1 1111 11 1 1 1 :111,1,1.11,1,- R OBERT CEE "'111111" 1'11111. 1'111111111f1111, '11 1'1111-111111, QW, 411, -11, 1'1111::f1 L411111, 1111, '411, 41, 11111111 V11111, '41, M1111 111111, '111 11111111 111111111 151111111, V115 1111' '-11, '11"' 11111111, '41, 1.' 111 111111121 1, 41, '4' ORVAL GREENE, 1R. 111Y, '-111, '11, 11' 1OAN HAC TKHRD 1'1111-1 11111111, -111, '11' 17111111111 111 11 1' '1111111111 Y ' '-' - , - , 1. 1 .1 1 .1111 ., W, '-111, 41, -1 5311111111-1 L'1111', 111, -19 1111111 1,111 551111, 1.' 411111111111 111111111 fl111'11'11', 1 1111111 111111:. 1111111-1 11 11111 1'1 -11 "PHIL," NEIES Selected by 1119 Senior C1c1ss LIS 1119 qir1 of C11QlI'1I1, q111111o11r, 11011 so1111111y, 1111d by 1119 11l11SCl11111i3 111111 of 11119 class 118 1119 1111 Q1 119111 1111119 C1141T111W1111W1101I1 they WO1l1d c11Oos0 To 111111119 11w11y 1119 11111110115 1101115 111 1111 1111 mid 511911011 . , rw. n.. .. 1 - . 1 1 1 'mi -411 PHIL WISE- Better known cts "Squeelc III," is presi- dent of F.H.S. Student Council, retiring first Vice president of In- diono S t ct te Student Council. CHARLES HACKETT ee 'Cli1ck" Prom Conunittec, '41, Forensic, '39, '40, '41, Forum Club, '4l, '42, Moth Club, '41, '47, Student Council, '40, '41, Home Room Officer, '40, '41, Cluss Officer, '41, '42, Hi-Y, '40, '41, '42, Ccldet, '40. IEAN HARLAND lr. Red Cross, '41, '42, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '39, Hiqh Life Stuff, '41, '42. ALICE MARIE HEIMBURGERee "Hctrn"f Terre Houte H, S., '39, '40, Sextet, '41, Ir. Red Cross, '41, 42, Sunshine Society, '41, '42, G.A.A,, '41, Stdccclto Club, '41, '42, Clciss Officer, '42, CoulA dren Start, '42, Operettcx, '41, Deleqote Student Leqisloture, Bond, '41, '42, Big Broadcast, 41. NINA LOUISE HAILMANee Sunshine Society, '41, '42, Home Club, '42, Sfoccoto Club, 41, '41 AVANELL HARRISONW Home Ec, Club, '42. BEVERLY GENE HERR' -Y Prom Conixnitte, '41, Home EC. Club, '42, ILA HANGERH Curio Lotino, '40, Sunshine SO- ciety, '39, '40, '41, '42, Stoc- cdto Club, '41, Cauldron Stott, '42, Student Council, '39, Home Room O'ticer, '39, Operettcl, '4l7 Preiect Council, '39. PATRICIA ANN HARSHMANW Prom Committee, '41, lr. Red Cross, '42, Curia Latino, '39, '40, '41, Forensic, '39, '40, '41, '42, Sunshine Society, '40, '41, '42, Prefect Council '41, Crxde', '41, '42 WILLIAM HERBERT HILL A DOROTHEA LOUISE HARLAND THEODORE EUGENE HAZELWOOD "Ted" Prorn Conimittee, '41, Forensic, '39, '40, Forum Club, '41, '42, F-Club, '40, '41, '42, Student Council, '39, '40, Home Room Officer, '39, '40, Cluss Officer, '40, Bosketboll, '39, '40, '41, '42, Footbfrll, '39, '40, '41, '42, Truck, '30, '40, '41, '47, 'F" Sweoterz Football Trophy. TOM HITE A .......4......,... n N 3-'NS T-at E, is 453 -wif' ,Sit . at W ,! tw t ,V . ,ge I I 'R ',,. .ff - r NSR' 7 QJ' -..-4 0 Dear Sc1r11c1 Peek C1-boo 5911101 men? HC11i1Q's HL1p1rA Cm" BETTY EILENE HOLLIS 'Rf111"' H111111' 1f1'. C11111, 'f1l'. PAUL HOWE "P111111:-11" P11111 lTc11111111t10e1, '41, 1"1111111:si1', 5111, '41, 3111, 190111111 C11111, '41, '42, Chosfs Club, '42, St11d11111 LQ111111111, '39, H111111- 11110111 O1111111, '4U, "Ili, BILL HUFF C111111 I.1111111x, 'I1f1, 1'1111.111111, '39, '-115 '-11. MAURICE RALPH HUFFER "Ozz11-" C111111-111 Club, '3'1, 40, 511, '4i1f H1Y, '40, '41, "Iii, 11.-11 111111, 1111111-1-, "Ili, BILL IOHNSON HARRY IONES, IR. 3111111411 CO1111c11, '31, 1411111111 ROW11 O1111'111, '39, '40, '41, 1"1111i111111, '31, '40, '41, 0111-11111-1, 'l1f1, '411, '41, 11,111 11111 '11111111y. RICHARD HOLLIS . , , 7 . 11l1'1C 1111111 k1111111111111 1, '-11 111111111 R11-11 1'71111'111, '-1 '. BILLIE HOYER 14111110 I-11111111 QD11I1'Dl', 'AW 11111-1111111 '41, Lf11c11-1, '41, MARY KATHRYN HUFPER "K4111Ef" Ir, Red Cmss, '-'10, '41 '42, S1111s11i11e Socivty, '39, '4L1, '-11 '4I1, G.A.A., '33, 111111111 Ilr. C11111, '-111 '41, 5121, 31111111111 L111l13, '-ILT, 011111, 111111, 511. BETTY LOUISE IRWIN "B.111y 11O1l" S1111s11i111- S111'11-ty, '41', 111111111 1111 C11111, 'f1f1. BILLY TCM ICHNSON St11d1-111 l'O11111'11, '41, 111111111 R11,1'1 1 O1111'11r, '40, 'A1l" 11111110-1111111, '1111' '1'1111'k, 351. RICHARD KALLNER "1'111.-1' 111111111 111111111 011114-1, 511 51, Ioy and Ioan-Past tense- BILLY KERSEY- Home Room Officer, '40, '41, Bic, Broadcast, '39, '40, '41, MARYBELLE KIRBY- Curia Latina, '39, '40, '41, '42, Forensic, '39, '40, 41, '42, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, Cauldron Staff, '42, High Life Staff, '41, '42, Student Council, '39, '40, Home Room Officer, '39, '40, '41, '42, IACK LANDERS- Curia Latina, '40, F-Club, '42, Math Club, '41, '42, Football, '41, '42, Track, '39, '40, '41, '42, 1-li-Y, '40, '41, 42, 'F" Sweater. WILLIAM ANDERSON LEWIS- "Bi1ly"-F-Club, '40, '41, '42, Stu- dent Council, '42, Home Room Offic- er, '41, '42, Basketball, '39, '40, '41, '42, Football, '39, '40, '41, '42, Track, '39, '40, '41, '42, BEATRICE IANE LOWE-- "Bebe"-Prom Committee, '41, Ir. Red Cross, '40, Forensic, '40, '41, '42, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '40, '41, '42, Home Room Officer, '42, THOMAS MARION MAIOR- "Torn"-Prom Committee, '41, Fo- rensic, '39, '40, '41, Forum Club, '41, '42, Math Club, '41, '42, Art Club, '39, '40, National Honor So- ciety, '41, '42, Home Room Officer, '42, Golf, '39, '40, '41, '42, Football, '41, Track, '39, '40, Pep Committee, '41, Football Trophy, '40, Me and Pop.-Alone IOI-IN 1. KILLMER- Curia Latina, '39, '40, Forensic, '39, Math Club, '42, Home Room Officer, '42, Hi-Y, '40, '41, '42, Ca- det, '41, '42. BARBARA ANN KRAMER- Prom Committee, '41, Ir. Red Cross, '42, Curia Latina, '40, '41, '42, Sun- shine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, Cauldron Staff, '42, National Honor Society, '42, Student Council, '39, '41, 42, Horne Room Officer, '39, '41, 42, Class Officer, '41, Delegate In- diana Student Legislative Assem- bly. VIRGINIA IEAN LANE- "lear1"--Sunshine Society, '40, '41, '42. HELEN LEWIS- "Hanny"-Sunshine Society, '40, '41, 42, Staccato Club, '42, Oper- etta, '41, AGATHA BLANCHE LUCAS- Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '39, '40, Home Ec. Club, '41, '42, Staccato Club, '41, '42, Student Council, '41, Home Room Officer, '41, Operetta, '39, '41, ETHEL CLEO MANN- Sunshine Society, '40, '41, '427 G.A.A. '39, . , MARY AIDIILE MA'I"I'lX f111 1 1'11111. 1'1111:1111111, '111 11 11 11 1'1 11.' 1'1111: l,1111111 11, 111, 111 .1'111:1111111 1111111112' f'1, -111, '-11, -1 11 A A 1'1 '-111 ,111 1111111 111111, '-111, 111 f 1111111 1,111 f11 111, 11.' 11111 1 111 111111, -11 1'1111111111 :11111 111 1111111111111I1111 1lT111'111',1,'11I 111 1'11111111 "111:1111, -11, -1, 1111111 111 131111111 '111 1111111 I1111:11111111--1,'11, -111 1111111111 -11 1'111I11111111 1:1 -11 IJCJN MIINIDIIZ 111111.11111 I1 f', '1', '111 11 1'11::11-11 111111 1 IiIf'I"I'Y 1IfAN MII.L1fR 1.-111111111 1 11,1, 11 1 VIRGINIA IOAN M1:ClRA'I'II 121111111 U11 Y11111V1'1 '1 '-111 -11, 11, ,11111.:11:11 1 1111,', 111 11 11111 111 1 1'1 ' , . ,. :'1111 -1' I1111111111'11111.111, 1111 11 '1 11111111 1111111, 111 ELIZABETH ANN MYERS '11z1L'," 1211111111111 i11111111y, '11, 1111, '111, 11. 111111111 II1' 111111, 111, -11, -1.' 531111111111 l'1111111'11, 1' 1111111 1111'111f1111'1, .1'1 IIINIOR R. MILLER "1 I' 1'11::. 1'11111:11111111, '111, I 111111 1'1111, '111, 11.', M11111 1'.1111, '-1. 1'111111I1111 S11111, '111 F11!11:11l 11111111 SZ11'111y, '11,' 1111111-:11 1'111111'11, '1"' 11111111- 11111111 121111-11, 1'1, '111J R11:1k111 11111, 11, 1111, 111' 'I'111-14, l1'1,'1111, -II 1'1.112, -1.1 WILLIAM ROBERT MQMURTREY I'111111 1'111111111111, '111 I'.1111111zi, i", 1111, '111, '-1. I'1111111 1'l1111 11 -1' 1111111 1,111 5211111, '111 11111.1 11 11111 111111 1, 1111, 21.1 'I11.1111, -11, '111' 13111111111 1'1111:1 111, -11, '111' 511131111111 111111111 T11 11fy, '111, -11 V11111 111111 I115,11 IT1'1111I1l111115 Aw11111: I11 11111.1 ZI111111' 1'111111:11. ROSS MICHAEL, IR. I'1 1 1 111::111+1, 111 MILFORD HERMAN MONEY IOYQTE EUGENIA MCNUTT 5111151111111 fT111'1111y, '11, '-111, '111, 1.' 11111111 II1-. 111111, -11. '11 II1111111 11111111 L11111'11, -11, -11' BERTIIA ALIENE MICIINER "11111' 5111111:I111111 f111'1111y, '111, '-111, 111, '11 1I11111111,1' 1'11111,'-11, 1411, HELEN MAE MYERS f'1111::11111-1 f3111'1111y, 3111, -11, '11' I'1111111111, '-1I, 111 N111111111 111111 111 f1111'1111y, 31,1 S111111-1111'1111111'1I, 111 111111111 H1111111 1P1111'111, -111, '-1I -If NORMA PETERS Selected by 1119 qreut R11I1111o11 115 1119 OLII' s11111d111c1 v1oI111is1 111 1119 EHS. OrcI1e511'11, N011 11111 IILIS 1111011 wi1I1 1110 O11CI1oS11'11 Iive y1v111'S. 434522 WC! A-Shaq' 2 .Fil Qblr H 'nqn CHARLES AIDMAN Some American qirls like tlieir iiieri toll, dork, curly lioire-Cl, cmd lioridsoriie. C li o r 1 9 S Aidiiion wus voted by liis Gloss os tlie Com- pleted fulfillment oi tliis riiciideii lc'mCy. 1 -svn.. lUL1A KATHRYN MYERS 'lucly" Stt1uCi,itQ Club, '41, '42 Home Room. Ofttfor, 711' Op 'rwttn '41 RALPH OBERDORE Vltwsss Clulu, '41, '40, GLADYS PERRY 1 'S1if:rty" Svyxiiour H, S., Suri :zltmw Stuviwty, '42, PHYLLIS MARIE NEES 'Pliil' Prom Llmixxiiittse, '41 Qfuriii Ltrtixitx, 521, '40, '41, '42 I. rwruristc, 351, '40, '41, '42, Sun sliiriv Socivty, '39, '40, 41, '42, Moth Clulz, '4l1, Ctxuldrori Stcxtt '42, 1111511 Lite Stott, '41, '42 Hottie Room Ot'tir'ei', '42, Nrrtmri' 3 11 Honor Soviwty, '41, ,vu-av' 1OHN THOMAS O'HARA "1'om" 1'1Ome Romia Ortivs-i, '41, Bcrsketboll, '41. NORMA KATHLEEN PETERS Prom Committoe, '41, Stnfvzxtt Club, '40, '41, '47, Cniuldriuii Stott, '42, Nutiomxl Honor So ciety, 41, '42, Home Room O tlrcvr, '40, Opfzreittri, '41, Orvlx.-ss' tru, '41, '47, 1OHN TEDEORD N EIDLINGERAA "Ted" Prom Committoo, '41' Student Council, 355, '40, '4l' Home Room Oliimlr, '39, '40 41- Eootbrill, '41 1OHN P1-llLL1P OSTER "Iohnny" Forum Club, '42, 1'- Club, '41, '47, Homo Room Ot- ticer, '39, Golf, '40, Boskotboll, '39, '40, '41, '42, Footbnxll, '3'l, '40, '41, '42, Truck, 39, 411, 41, '42, "E" Swerrtor, '41, Eootlgtill Trophy. ,-Q LOUISE 1EAN PETERSON 'Pwtef' Prom tfuxmziitt -L, 41' 11. Re-d Cross, '41, 41' Surifsliiztt Sofriuty, 119, '40, '41, '4l'- St 1: Nitin Clulv, '-tl, 4 tf1w1a4':'t1: ll 4' lEAN NUCKOLS "Nt1c'k' 1i1v'k:amt ll S., '20, "t0g Prom Ccimiiitte-1-, '41' Lllttrssra Club, '42, Stinsshiuw Sowiuty, '30, '40, '41, '47, ifnildtotx Stiltt, '42, Nrxtiomil Htmm Stwiwty, '42- Htfriip- Room Oltim-1, 411, Op wI9tt11, '30, '40, BARBARA IEAN OWENS "Sriutty" Ii. Rod Viofzis, 'fill '41, '4lf, Surisliirit- Sortwty, "Nl , . ,, . . H1 40, 41, -1..: btttwvtttt Lltiln, 4: , '-tii. RALPH EUGENE P1CKERlNG "Gene" Plow Corilrnittt-11, '41 1-1oimA Room Ottivoi, 1153, '40, 'tl 15 . 1 1' I 9' , --JP! 00, I .L ROBERT D. PIERCE 1,11y1p1-1" C111111 1.1111n11, '39, '411' 1111 111117 41 11111111 C11 4' , ms: , , 7 1 ,111, 1.'I11,11 Club, '41, '4l', 1f11111d11111 S1111 4.': 11I1Y, '39, '40, '41, '42, 17111 1'11'111111111-1-, '-1-.I, 11111111, '.1'1, '4U, '41 4.' IUANITA MAE POSEY P111111 1f11111111111:11-, '41, 114111-11:s11', '30, 411, '41, S11115111111- Sovivty, '4U, '41, '4L' G,A.A., '39, '40, 1'11111d11111 251411, '42, N1111O11111 1101101 Sc11'111'y, 417 III11111- R110111 O1111'111, 'l1f1, '411, 11 1'111f1:r Of111'1'1, '41J, LILLIAN PRIMACK 1.1I 11111111 1111111111111-1-, 41, 111111 1111111 SMH, '42, 1'111f:11 O1111'1-1, '4.', S1111:1111111- 1111111-ty, '39, '411, '41, '4.', CARL RASI-I Prom 1,,o1111111111-11, 41, C.,11r111 141111111 "SW, S111d1f11r 1Tc11111c'11, '41, '4II, 1101111 11111141 O111c'.-1, '41, 111-Y, '41, '4L' Y1-11 1.1111c1111, '41, '4lI BOB RICKER 1'CI11111, '40, '41, '42, M11111 Club, 1 ROBERT PLUNKETT PIIYLLIS PRICE 'I1111'11y' S1111::111111- 1211111-ly, -111, '-11 4.1, 11.A A,, ISI, -111 11111111'1.1',11111 41, -1.1 B-11111, 14, -111, -11, -1.'. IOHN EDWARD PYLE 111111111 R1111111 1l1111,111, X", '-11, MARIORY LUCILLE REAGAN S1111r11111111 So1'11-ly, '39, '-111, '-11, '1," GA.A., '39, 411, S1111'1'11111 1'11111, -11 5111: 111111111 111111111 U1111'1-1, ,11, 111 1711111111111 '41 FRANCIS ANN ROBBINS Q, 'hw '42, 'I'1111111:s, 41, '411, Buskvtbull, 41, '42, 'I'1111'k, '40, '41, '42, '1'1'111'k Aw1:11- 1i11s:kvt111111 Aw111:1, S1111::111111f S111'1vty, -111, '-11, Al," 1'1.A.A., '30, '411, IAKE DERRICK RUCH 11111111 V11111111111111- '41' E111v11,111' 'V' MORRIS DOERR '411, '41, '4.', 1111111111 511111, '41, -1." ROBLEY 'MUII11-" P10111 1111111111111-1-, '41, 111111111 R110111 O1111'f'1', "ill, T1111-14, 'HW- 11111'k Aw111d. 1111111111111 SI1111, 4.1, N11111111111 111v:1111 S11111-ty, '41, '4l', S1114111111 1'1111111"1, '41, '4Lf, 111111111 R1111111 O1111'111, '-1." 1'111:2:s O111Cn1, '39, '-11' T1-11111::, '41, 411' 1111-11114 1'1111111'11, '-lf' B111111, '411 '41, '47, Diqnified Seniors B111's "Barb" "W111dy" Mac and C111L Kr 'IV 'in- Now, get thismWhere's my coke?e--Ir. big Wigs. ALMA IEAN RYANW lr. Red Cross, '40, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '40, IEANE SHANKLINe Prom Connnxttee, '41, Ir. Red Cross, '42, Curio Latino, '39, '40, '41, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '39, Moth Club, '41, '42, Art Club, '39, Hiqh Life Stuff, '41, Notionol Honor Society, '42, Stu! dent Council, '42, Home Room Ol- licer, '40, '42, Biq Broodcost, '4l. VIOI. ET LOUISE SHARPf "Volly"-f'NCxtionc1l Honor Society '42, Home Room Ofticer, '41, '42, Veda Good Lapple Award. CHARLES SI-IELDONf MILDRED SHIVESf "Mid"f Sunshine Society, '39, '40 '41, '42, G.A.A., '39, '40, Home Ecl Club, '41, '42, Home Room Officer '42. ROBERT NELSON SLIPHERA A NORMA IEANNE SCOT'I'e-M- Ir. Red Cross, '42, Curio Lotino, '41, '42, Sunshine Society, '41, '42. WILLIAM CARL SI-IANKSf "Bill"-'Prom Committee, '41, Home Roogn Oiticer, '39, '40, '4l. LEE BRANT SHEARERA A "Doxie" Home Room Officer, '42. BONNIE I EAN SI-IERRILLee Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '39, Home Ec. Club, '41, '42, IOAN LORRAINE SIPEe Curio Latino, '39, '40, Forensic, '39, '40, '41, '42, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, Stoccoto Club, 42: National Honor Society, '42, Ad- visory Council, '40, Home Room Officer, '40, Lotin Award, Veda Good Lopple Aword. BONNIE MAY SMITH A "Smitty" Sunshine Society, '30, '40, '41, '42, Stoccoto Club, '41, 42, Home Room Officer, '40, '41, '42, Operetto, '4l. 1 A K 11 1' 'P 'fig s' gb. ' i" EMORY IUNIOR SMITH ALLAN F. STONE f 011111-111111, '41, '4l'. EVELYN COLLEEN STREET "151111ky" S1111:11111111 S1111-ty, '3F1 '40, '41, 7111. IAMES WILLIAM SNYDER "Hill" P1r11114fr11111111t11Av1 '41- 11 11.-11 cpmfgfi, '3f1, '40, "41, "4Ii,' Hfmd, '41, '42, 111111111111 Stine 11111111 C11111-::1, '41. --7 LUCYELLEN STRAIN S1111:11111111 Soviwty, '39, '40, '41 '4ff, 116111111 E11 L111117, '41, '41f1. PHYLLIS IEAN STROUP "1J1o1111" Cl1I'14l 1.11t111f1, '39, '4U- S1111:s11111c Sovlety, '39, '40, '41 '47- F A A 'Wi' O1 'I"111 "ill 1,.,, 1114, .. MARY EILEEN SPARROW "S11r1tsy" 11. Red Cross, '4Uf i'111111 1.f1111111, '39, S1111::1111111 S11 1-11-ty, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A. 7111, '411 EUGENE S, STRANGE 5.5, 1. 11 1 HARGLD W. SUITS MARY IO SPRINGER 11. Rnd Cuusss, 411, 17111141 1.111111.1, '39, '41, '42, S1111S11i11v Swvivly '39, '40, '41, '42, N111ic111111 H1111 411 Scvvlety, '47, HO11111 111111111 O1111'e1, '47, DAVID E. STRAUSBURG P1111 Co111111111vo, '41, 4l': 13111111 C1111111111tew, '41, 1'u1'u111 C11111, , ,, . , . , 4., 9111110111 Lflub, 41: C11111 d11111 S14111, '42, 1111:2kwt111111 'QW '40, 1'1,,1,f1m11, '39, 1111, 111Y', '-11 1112. BOB SWANSQN "1WL1c'k" 1101110 ROO111 01110111 '31, BfIS1CO11J1I11, '40, '41, rum' 131111, 417 'I'111f'k, '39, IAKE RUCH Ciiy junior c11u111pio'1 tennist, 1941, Icxke, aid- ed by Iucmiic Posey, c1ssu111ed the responsi- bility IO1 directing 1119 p11o1Oq1c1p11y of t11iQ book. X7 Esprit de corps, morale and drive have been and are now a part ot the American way. CARL RASHfe has all of these, tor two years he has in- oculated E.I'I.S. students with the serurn ot these essential virtues. As a yell leader, Carl has been tops. PETER MICHAEL 'I ERPINASe "Turp" Home Officer, '33, ' Basketball, '39, '40, '41, Foo- , f , , Q, hall, 39, 40, 41, Track, '40, '41, WARD BENSON UNDERWOOD HARRY UNROE-ee FLOSSIE WARRENf 4 "'Buttercup" Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, 42, G,A,A., '41, Cameia Club, '40, Art Cl Home EC, Club, '42, '40, MARVIN WALLACE -f FRANK Curia Latina, '41, Ch.ss C1 ,, '41, '42, Home Room? Officer '40, Cqd91,'41,'42, Camera Club, '41, Iii-Y, '41, '42. FLORENCE BONNIE LOU TI-IOMPSONf UTTERBACKW- lr. Red Cross, '39, '40, Cura Sunshine Society, '33, '43, 41, Latina, '42, Sunshine Societ '42, Home Ec. Club, '41, '42' '11 Y? Horne Roozn Officer, '41, uni' 1 if A ami MARILYN WEIDA Luria Latina, 41, 42, Sunshine Soc'ety, '40, '41, '42, Staccao Club, '42, Cauldro-i Start, '47, Student Council, '42, Home Roozn Officer, '42, Op:-ietltx, '4l. BARBARA LOU TONEYff Curia Latina, '39, '40, '42, Sun- shine Society, '33, '40, '41, '42, C1,A.A., '39. CLARENCE WALKER, IR. "Bea!dy" 17'-Club, '42, Hugh Life Staff, '42, Home Room Ol' ticer, '40, Basketball, '40, '41- Tiack, '37, '41, '4Q: Footlmxl Award, Football, '41, '41i. MARIORIE WILLIAMS 44 .Q E3 i -J! 'F 1 f C? H Q I 1 .I 'H VIRGINIA ROSEMARY WILSONe- Ir. Red Cross, 39, 40, 41, 42, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42. i 1 , . f PHIL GARROTT WISE- -- "Squeek" Prom Committee, '4l: Forum Club, 42, Camera Club, '40, '41: Math Club, '41, 42, Cauldron Start, '42, National Honor Society, '42, Student Council, '39, '40, '41, '42, Home Room Officer, '39, Bas- ketball, '39, '40, Pep Committee, '40, '41, '42. ROBERT WRIGHT-- "Bob" Student Council, '39, '40, '41, Home Room Officer, '39, '40, '41, Basketball, '39, Track, '40, Band, '41, '42, Indiana State Band Contest, '41. BILLY ZOBRISTe-e "Zobby" -Forum Club, '42, F-Club, '42, Student Council, '39, '42, Home Room Of-ficer, '39, '42, Bas- ketball, '39, '40, 41, '42, Track, '33, Basketball Sweater. HOLLACE KEITH WISE-- -- Home Room Officer, '39, '40. BETTE ANNE WRAY--4 "Boots" Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A, '39, Staccato Club, '41, '42, Operetta, '39, '41, MURIEL YUILL- Prom Committee, '41, Curia Latina, '40, Sunshine Society, '39, '40, '41, '42, G.A.A., '39, '40, '41, Staccalo Club, '42, Cauldron Staff, '42, Home Room Officer, '33, '40, Oper- etto, '41, MARGUERITE NOW LAN- - "Peg" Anaconda Hiqh, Montana, '33, '40, '42: Home Ec. Club, '33, '40, Math Club, '33, '40, Art Club, '39, '40, Student Council, '39, '40. '41, Home Room Officer, '39, '40, '41. E "Daisy Dimp"- -Swish-eTirnid Tom -No. 0110841---lr. Cuties Bottoms up!-e"Fcrney"-fLeq art. uri., fn: Senior Class Officers Iohn Clossin Alice l-leimburqer Charles Hackett Lillian Primack National Honor Soci Iake Ruch William McMurtrey Tom Major Ruth Conrad Iohn Clossin lanet Fournier Phil Wise Mary Mattix Norma Peters Ieane Shanklin Ioan Hackerd Charles Aidman Mary Childress Violet Sharp Helen Myers Anna Dame Iuanita Posey Ioan Sipe Mary Io Springer Barbara Kramer Phyllis Nees lean Nuckols lunior Miller Iohn Kilmer Alan Evans Perfect Council Phil Wise lanet rournier Mary Mattix Carl Rash Jake Ruch Band Robert Gee Jerry Fulnecky lake Ruch 1 Muriel Yuil Robert Pierce Dorthea Cambridge Richard Hollis Byron Campbell Robert Wright Maurice Hutfer Richard Gruelle William Snyder Phyllis Price Grace Faust anell Harrison Av Alice Heimburqer DIY 'JL Hanan, d'ZnlL Orchestra Louise Peterson Peters Norma Lucille Reagan ns Barbara Owe Alan Stone Robert Gee Vernell Ferguson Nina Hailman Cauldron Staff Mary Mattix lean Nuckols lanet Fournier lake Ruch Iuanita Posey Marybelle Kirby Phyllis Nees Barbara Kramer Wilma Foster Charles Aidman Phil Wise David Strausberg Muriel Yuill Robert Pierce loy Cutler Lillian Primack Anna Dame Marilyn Vleida Norma Peters Ila Hanger Music Awards Frances Blacker Anna Dame Elizabeth Davis lanet Fournier loan Hackerd Betty Hollis Mary Kathryn H Betty Irwin Helen Lewis Mary Mattix Bertha Michner lulia Myers loan Sipe Bonnie Sherrill Bonnie Smith Mary Sparrow Lucyellen Strain loy Cutler Florence Galey Mildred Shives Marilyn Weida Bernadine Brandt Patricia Conn Ruth Conrad Grace Faust Louise Peterson Robbins Frances Will Iam Hoyer ufter Student Council Awards lake Ruch Helen Myers Math Award Tom Major Jake Ruch G. A. A. Award Florence Galey Science Award Alan Evans Football Ted Hazelwood Iohn Clossin Iohn Oster Bill Lewis Berwyn Aaron lack Landers Junior Walker Robert Corns Basketball Iohn Clossin Ted Hazelwood Bill Lewis Iohn Oster Bill Zobrist Tom Davison Robert Ricker Track Iohn Oster Ted Hazelwood Bill Lewis Iunior Walker Jack Landers Robert Ricker Peter Terpinas Football Award Aughe Football Ted Hazelwood Fred Petty Football Award Berwyn Arron Basketball Award Kilmer Sportsman Troplw Billy Zobrist Award rds Tennis Awa Charles Aidman lake. Ruch William McMurtreY Business and Professional Women's Award Virginia McGrath, first Barbara Kramer, S9C0Wd ' 1--u. ,M rr .xi V, if Q r 1 SENIOR SOCIAL PROGRAM Sallie Mae Byers Composition Contest- Thursday, April 23, 8:30 a.m. Iunior-Senior Prom-Friday, May 15, 9:00 p.m. Baccalaureate Service Sunday, May 24 8:00 p.m., Howard Hall. Sallie Mae Byers Speech Contest- Monday, May 25, 7:30. Central Auditorium. Class Day, Wednesday, May 27, 10 a.m Howard Hall. Field Day, Wednesday, May 27, 1:00 p.m T.P.A. Park. Commencement, Thursday, May 28, 8:00 p.m. Howard Hall. BACCALAUREATE SERVICES Howard Hall Sunday Evening, May 24, 1942 8:00 o'clock Prelude-In a Monastery Garden Ketelbey High School Orchestra Processional-Pomp and Circumstance Elgar Invocation-Rev. Earl Heimberger Bless the Lord ............................,,..,. Ippolitoff High School Choir Scripture Reading-Rev. Iohn A. Farr Onward, Ye Peoplesl ...................... Sibelius Choir Sermon-Rev. Estill E. Franklin I Waited for the Lord ...,....,,.... Mendelssohn Girls Choral Club Benediction-Rev. C. H. Wallace Recessional March Royal .................. Rutan CLASS DAY Howard Hall Wednesday, May 27, 10 a.m. Processional- 1 0 o'clock .................... School Orchestra Master ot Ceremonies .......................... McMurtrey Salutatory .................................. Ruth Conrad Class History ......... ............... H elen Myels Class Prophecy ............,.......,....... Torn Major Wilma Foster Class Will ........ Phyllis Nees, Mary Mattix, Patricia Harshman, Alen Evans, lack Landers, Paul Howe, Elizabeth Myers Class Poem ............................ Gene Pickering Class Song ........................ Charles Aidman Presentation of Senior Awards Condon Address by Senior president Clossin Response by Junior president Stine The Star Spangled Banner Recessional ...,........ High School Orchestra HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMEN T Howard Hall Sunday Evening, May 24, 1942 8 o'clock Prelude-Fifth Symphony Clst Movementl Beethoven High School Orchestra Processional-Festival March-Bergh Invocation-Rev. D. A. Weida Persian Serenade-Mathews . Girls Glee Club Speakers- Ianet Fournier ...... Master of Ceremonies Alice Heimberger Goals That Challenge William McMurtrey Youth and the Peace That Follows Presentation of Diplomas- Superintendent, Dr. Waldo Wood Presentation of Honor Students- Principal, A. E. Condon Benediction-Rev. W. B. Hordeman Recessional-March Heroic-Grant Srhvnl 104. nf. 7942 September February 2 School opened. 2 First football game. 26 Senior Paper Drive. October 3 Kirklin football game. 6 White Huzzars. 2 19 25 27 Magazine party. Student Council Dance. Campaign speeches for social sci ence election. Forensic banquet. 26-27-28 Sectional Tourney. 7 Senior picnic at the park. March 10 Ir. Red Cross Sport Dance. 21 Staccato Club initiation. 23-24 Teachers Association at Indian- apolis. November 5 Forensic initiation at Izaak Walton. 10 Home Economics Club initiation. 14 First basketball game. 21 Ir. Class Dance. December 5 Student Legislature at Purdue. 5 Student Council Convention at An- derson. 11 Band and Orchestra Concert. 18 lr. Red Cross party. 19 Latin Club party. 19-5 Christmas vacation. 22 Band and Orchestra Dance at the Country Club. lanuary 1 Muncie New Year's Tourney 5 Start of school after vacation. 7 "lust Women" play presented. 9 G.A.A. Dance. 16 Freshman Dance. 26-30 Magazine drive. 7 Regional Tourney 9 Math Club banquet. 14 Semi-final Tourney. 21 State Finals. 29 Marionette show. April 8 Band and Orchestra Concert. 9 lr. Red Cross banquet. 10 "F" Club banquet. 13-17 Spring vacation. 17 Staccato Club Dance at Masonic Temple. 23 Sallie Mae Byers Essay Contest. 24 Big Broadcast. 30 Sunshine Mother's Tea. May 6 Choral Festival. 7 National Honor banquet 8 District Music Festival at Lebanon. 8 Big Ten Conference Track Meet. 15 Ir.-Senior Prom. 24 Baccalaureate. 25 Sallie Mae Byers Speech Contest. 27 Class Day and Field Day. 28 Commencement. , 6' With Clhrrrles Stirie, presideritg loAriri Mrrddux, socfrotrrryg Frcrrik Boordsley, vico prrvsidoritg crrid lsripelle Vtfitsrriori, trocrsuror, the Iuriior closs preserited the rriost proriiiriorit sociul everit of the school your, the lr.fSr. Prom, urider the quidorice cxrid sponsorship of lcrcksori Moriqes. 'l'hu riiitmtfriifliiifi rivorit uri tho crtleridur ul the Sopliorrioro cglciss, this your, wrrs their rrririuul liullot supper' pcirty. The Soplioriioros fire justly proud ot their showiriq iii the rrll-school prrper drive. 'l'hrvy ryrirrio iri first. Qrhcers for the yedr wore: Phyllis Shepurd, presiderity Phyllis Mrrish, vicre presiderity Prrtricicr Wfrddell, trocrsurorg cirid Fred Wliitriiore, secretory, Mr. Aridorsoh wus tho sporisor. The lrrvslirricrri clrrss did uriusuol thiriqs this your uridrvr the locrdersliip oi: Corol Grcrttori, vice presidoritp Morylc1riePoque, trricisiirorg luck Loriqtollow, presideritg Eu- riicrs lohrisori, socirotc,1ry5 crrid Mr. Swecir irirgori, sporisor, At Thr,1ril-:sqiviriq ond Clhristrrirrs tiriip, they huriq posters ot qrricitiriqs iri the holls, they qove eiqht lncrskets of food to iioody lcirriilies crt Clllfiliillllflkl, hold crri opori sport drrricc cite tor ri licrsslwtlncrll qcurie, crrid gave S5 to the lritfrritilo Porolysis Fund. Their clcxss pfrrty is plirririod for lute spririq. lhre lmghth fgrode cglcrss hard CIS its ot' lingers, lociri Tcrllvorrt, secretciryy Pdtricio flown, prcisideritg lirririiy Rolwertsori, treosf ur-'irq rxrid Glorirr Goodriiqlit, vioo presi dorit. Mis:-1 Hutcfhiriqss wus their sporisor, A riovv c:lula wus stcirted by these iridus-e trious workers, the Currerit Events Club. The eighth rgruders crlwrrys hove lots of turi rrt their picriic: iri the spririq. 'T Above Ist How TI1111 A1'1'1111p. S1,111111y Adm.: 11111 Ayn-5: 11111 AY1'E'i, Bob Ayrwi 2nd Row 11111 Brown 11111111111 1i1'1vw11 N11111111 3111111111111 C:1Ofl'1 B11111111 N111111 111 Fy111v Below lst Row 4211111111119 11111131 2nd Row Mmxy 1'orq11so11 Mary F11zs1111111o11:s 3rd Row Betty 121111911 1.111195 Go11r111111 17111 C1ov1e1 15011 G11C11e:1o111' p- 3rd Row Mf1ry L. C111t111-k 11111 CHPIIIPIIS Mf1rv111 C1c111dr1111111'1 G1Ofl'I C1111q1111 1rw111 Colwo 41h Row 111114 1N1v1:: Kr1t111e'O11 11r1C41111:r1 K41111I'I1lI1O 1Wea11111s:1111 145111105 11111111111 41h Row Mury G0f'awe111I Richard Grover: Put Gunifm 1111111 Gu11I1e H11f1f1 Hc1111i11On Humld Hnrrison Bf1f11r11'e Hays 1111141 He111111erlmr1 C11 111101141 HP-115011 1V1c11y Herr 5th Row Alice 1-1111 1:1111 1'1ow1'1rC1 5111611114 HHHQ1 11. 1-111tC11111so11 1104111 Hy111c111 C1111 KQ11oey 1:11111 KPl10y 171111 K111d1ey Bwvwrly 1511114 HV1113111 1411111011 'vw on -ns- ? 61h Row B111 Klrk Wa11c1c'e Knipp BC1rb1,11Q LQQ SQ11y Lowden G121f11d Lyken 100 Ann Mf1ddux 11111e MLIIXQQS 11111 1V1a1x:11 Ha11'1S1'111 1V1C1v611' 111111615 1V1c'Dr111111d 71h Row B111 St111wfQi1 L1u111e-S Stmf G1Q11C1o11 Stfnkes 1V1f1r111'1 1Q. '1'hr11:'h+i RL1111 '1'111'1111r1S B211 '1'11c111111s1J11 131111-141 W11111:11'1111 511111011 VV11'k11r,x111 N111-1 XA7111c4v1k-111 Mmy A W1t11erow' ff 9. av in 1? awwh 34 its qu. 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Row Iacquie Arrnantrout Virqinia Ayres Iarries Baker Georgia Baldwin Berniece Barbie Betty Behr Marie Benjarnn Betty Bewsey Ralph Braden Paul Bramrneil 2nd Row lulia Bristley Orville Cantwiil Charles Clark Roger Clark Mary Cline Dorothy Cody Sally Coftnian lohri Combs Colleen Conn Harold Coy SDPILUIHDJIQA, 3rd Row loan Crutchfield Delores Culp Mariorie Davey lane DePoy Max Doran Dick Douglas Phyllis Douglas Eva Eikenberry Curtis Emmett Dorothy Emrnert 4th Bow Byron Evans loan Fear Ronald Ferguson Richard Foster Patti Franklin Robert Frey Barbara Fudge Barbara Gable Wilma Gardner William Gosewehr 5th Row Edward Green Toni Griffin Iulia Grinstead Richard Harrison Peggy Harshman Bob Hayes Ioan Hayward Bonnie Hollis Mariam Hunt loan lackson Sth Row Thurl Iacobs Fred lohnson Ioan Iones Iune Iervis Calvin Kallner Patricia Kassler Bonnie Kaylor Wanda Kindley loe Kirby Leota Larimore 7th Row Caroline Lauchncr Freda Ledger Bob Lineback William Lipp lim Lugar Pat Mahon Phyllis Maish Margaret Malicoat Mack McClure Bill McEwen 36 Row Jw-:ly l'!If'K1u::4 ll11l11:: Mt'Nutt MwNutt I M1-Illmfm 1 Mivlufn-I n Nlllllfl ylhf: Mlll1'l rltfy Mnllf-1 l Mlm-1-tmlyrw nz: Mum-y is 2nd Row limb Mylm: Mfxx Nvlflltmqvr Hola Nr-1:21111 llnclqf-nw Numllly llrm Ollphfmt l.f1Vs-Inv Ottlnfqs- Home P4-tr-1:2 llllvn lllvkc-xxmq H1-tty Pltmfm llmlulv lwgtt- I J' ,.. 3rd Row Phylllfa Pm tt-I Wthwx Www'-ll Nltthlm Pxuxtfxt Mfxx lltlcqh lttm.-za Rfxylwss Rrlrwllufxly Howl lhvk Ht-wrsv Beatty Hin- llytfm Ftlrlllxxcl Mxlchn-ml Hflqlvl 4th How Still! ltmv Hum: Hall Rwwt' Frrmcts Sllwstaz Blah Sr'l1Qm'k Clsxtllelhtv Svhlmx Kttthxyh Scripturt- Vwlmfl Shtxrp lfstulltx Sllllrplusz Nnrmrt Slmvts Phyllis Sllvpfurl mtl 5th Row lov Slttm lt-dwtud Smith Axmsxbvll Snydm Albmktcx Slltlllldllltj Mux Spun' liill Spmuwr Ilon Sttxuqtmrd Suu I. Stvwurl l"mm'vs Stout llvMnihv Stllxm Sth Row luho Tlmxxlpszoxx Sum Vtvlz l-hldu Wtiqht Stmxh Withvtow Goorqu W1sO lim Wilscm hm Wilson, Ir, Rhtwx Wxlsoh Allt-h Wills Frwrl 'vxflllltlml'-' 4- .th 7th Row Put Wuddol! lld Younq Mary Youud l.t1v1llv Younqer 37 9th Grade lst picture lst row. Artis Carney, Glen Byrne, Bob Ayers, Gene Blacklidge, Arthur Carroll, Meredith Clingan, Lloyd Beauchamp. 2nd row. lim Brown, Edna Baker, Lavaune Arndt, Deloris Brittain, Deloris Conklin, Ieanette Catron, Phyllis Bogan, Patricia Buchanan, Coralie Cook, Phil Behr. 3rd row. William Birkett, Raymond Carney, lim Boland, Robert Barkley, Luther Bragg, New- ton Beatty, Ned Burroughs, Sanford Aidman, Clarence Coddington. 2nd picture lst row. Max Donoho, Iames Crowell, Martin Davis, Iimmy Fife, Richard Bratton, Leo Eads, Tommy Frushour, Iohn Paul Hart, Robert Endres. 2nd row. Robert Davey, Edgar Froh, Fred Cummings, Martin Crowell, Richard Gleason, Earl Hendrickson, Bill Corbett, Ray Gorman, Keith Colgrove. 3rd row. Barbara Henricks, Iean Cooley, Leatha Cutler, Barbara Dennis, Norma Farr, Wan- da Gosteli, Beverly Elliot, Deloris Corbett, Evelyn Crose, Wanda Davis. 4th row. lack Coulter, Hubert Fishback, Doris Duncan, Barbara Easterly, Alpha Eaton, Marian Daily, Velma Elliot, Doris Fisher, Barbara Emery, Mary Crockett. 3rd picture lst row. Carol Grafton, Dale Henson, Pat lohnson, Dale Huiier, Richard Harshman, Bill Iohnson, Robert Gilbert, Robert Irwin. 2nd row. Deloris Gould, loan Kelly, Peggy Iacobs, Betty Klippel, Ianet Griffith, Maxine Huf- fer, Eunice lohnson, Rosemary Heitley. 3rd row. Dorothy Kennedy, Phyllis Kasler, Helen Lee, lean Laflen, Iulia Mae Layton, Martha Green, Marjorie Hollis, Phyllis Kellog, Hallie Kinnett. 4th row. Taylor Hailman, Iames Hall, Robert Hines, Tom Hailman, Edward Ionson, Robert Hall, Tim Iones, Ross Heaton, Burdell Green. 41 Q OO rf QF ms. 'div JJ 5 L Qt f Q.. Ns gk. . ff www - I 3 'Y gg A W if A I A 1 d W s 4' 5 1 sw.. , i ,WMM M0 'M 'ff .Afff ' A , :iff an, . , . s . in M V g www. ffm M , .Qnw.w.m?mmMm S fy ,J , ff K4 il: , ' 5 ' A V .f V TU ,N w . W H V 5 ,Q 5 fy ' rf Qlvlkk 'tri af, 'Qui 2 P . X is 3 QW' 4.1 TSJ ki' 1 'Q 1 n ,QA wg 4th picture lst row. Bill Templeton, Kenney Strode, Iim Zipperian, Thomas Vandervort, Donald Yantis, Iohnny Wilson. 2nd row. Patty Utterback, Io Ann Stinson, Geraldine Ward, Sue Spear, Beverly Thompson Yvonne Triece, Phyllis Spurgeon, Susan Wade, Marjorie Stephenson, Mary Swearing- en, Norma Toney. 3rd row. Iames Witsman, Bill Wallace, Evelyn Thomas, Alma Williams, Wayne Wainscott, Neil Williams, Bernard Witts, Charles Weaver. 4th row, George Sheets, Charles Van Arsdale, Iames Stowers, Iim Sullivan, Robert Woods Harry Sparger, George Stuart, Charles Yauch, Donald Young. 1 5th picture lst row. Robert Shepard, Iohn Schanabacker, Russell Reef, Carl Smith, Iohn Robertson, Roland Smith, Philip Schlosser, Iohn Schooley, Dick Shanks. 2nd row. Mary lane Pogue, Mary Pippenger, Betty Smith, lane Ransom, Bill Sheets, Mary Pyatt, Duane Smith, Paul Raikes, Russell Sheets. 3rd row. Mary Sherrill, Tom Sloan, Iunior Smith, Robert Rice, Margie Pruett, Reardon Rowe. 4th row. Robert Roush, Kenneth Robinson, George Sheets, Marilyn Pettigrew, Crystal Robin- SOD. 6th picture lst row. Robert Baer, Iimmy Norris, Carl Luper, Virginia Mihay, Patsy Klippel, Betty McIn- tosh, Minerva Lipp, Mary lane O'Neill, Ioan Meiield, Io Ann Moriarty, Barbara Oman, Martha Mattix. Znd row. Phil Livezey, lack Longfellow, Paul Parr, Don Livezey, Charles Miley, William Lowe, Iirnrny Ostler, Kenneth Murphy, Peggy Maddux, Beverly McManama, Ardith Lucas, Marjorie Peters, Betty Lucas, Phyllis Mathewson, Wilma Malicoat, Lila Lee Gray. 3rd row. Marvin Mann, Donald Murphy, Robert Lemon, Robert Ostler, Charles McFee, Ber- nell Neibert, Ioyce Pearcy, Freida Moore, Winiired Owens. lst Picture lst row. Robert Abner, Bobbie Grintstead, Ertie Buntin, Billy Chittick, Roscoe Crowell, George Holtsclaw, Billy Barnett, Charles Harrison. 2nd row. lesse Howe, David Carman, Perlina Fine, Charlene Amos, Maxine Huffer, Norma Harland, Rosalie Hoyer, Mary Alice Amich, Henrietta Hill, 3rd row. Robert Cox, loe. Bill Gregory, Bill Baker, Robert Bertrand, Meredith Hunt, Iohn Bow- ser, Donald Clark, Robert Boots. 2nd picture lst row. lack Darby, Raymond Carter, David Friend, Paul Conrad, Iohn Cohee, Robert Gable, Buddy Fox, Morris Fox, Fred Hollis. 2nd row. Milton Cody, Robert Carlson, Sue Hart, Ruth Harrison, Martha Hurfer, Barbara Deh- ner, Twanette Irons, Gloria Goodnight, Patricia Hayes, Mary Carmichael, lessie Hac- kerd, Robert Henning, Richard Hamilton, 3rd row. Forest Forsythe, Robert Ferguson, Helen Cambridge, Romola Carman, Roberta Do- ran, Margie Getinger, Grace Davey, Barbara Coplen, Marianne Dieterle, Ioan Crum, Mary Gearheart, Trella Hailman, Margaret Hauser, Robert Colgrove, Earl Galey, Rob- ert Douglas, Charles Cook, Lawrence Hendrickson. 3rd picture. lst row. Ioe Lugar, Billie Conklin, Melvin Pitman, Donald Fuller, Robert Buck, Floyd Carney, Richard Bacon. 2nd row. Catherine Lewis, Genevieve Manecke, Patricia Brandon, Barbara Baker, Patricia Aughe, Beverly Brown, Inez Payne, Dorothy Burtrin, Lottie Barnaby, Beulah Barnaby, Virginia Hoover, lane Iervis, Ruth Painter. 3rd row. Gene Gosewehr, Richard Weaver, Robert Miller, Carl Kanatzer, Robert Statts, Glen -Coffman, Ioe Clinger, Von East, Raymond Allen, Benson Hodgen. W , S A M: w,3.f-wmQ .pg KL-.-45.13 if "WW "" '-'-'M .. f , ' 7- K 1 fx -'yep -K Q x ,Y X ., , ,. , , 5 lm . 'S I A - . X . gv x'V Q E, W, X 1 ,, KD' T, h U , 's w x -A 'L M 1 m X 4f""X5 Qi' - -' lb A w 3. "- v m f: m' I ... , gtg ., 8. V ' V5 a. Q32 NVQ. 1 .X ' ' ge.. K' Q .Q 5 , Sw-,.QwgS'x Lv sm 'sf' PW f 6 ar I 14,3 9915, B qi Y '59 R .kuwv 1n""'W""""WK m 41. , if aliv- X s-'N in X 4th picture lst row. Robert Parker, Bob Newbold, Meredith Miller, Iirnmy Lipp, Bob Ross, Donald Man- gis, Donald Milne. 2nd row. lane Iervis, Virginia Hoover, Bonnie Newbold, Deloris Reed, Ianet Kemp, Winiired Anne Mackenzie, Gladys Minglin, Gerald Krug, Donald Mangis, Iames Robertson. 3rd row, Maxine Ottinger, Ruth Painter, Patricia Rowe, Edith Kelly, Ruth Rodenberger, Pa- tricia Leininger, lane Anne Moses, Rosemary Plank, Faye McNutt. 4th row. Charles Kirkpatrick, Betty Rodgers, Mary lane Kelley, Iean Talbert, Greta Pickard, Annabel Sanders, Billy Miller, Kenneth Iones. 5th picture lst row. David Show, Paul Thompson, Iimmy Walker, Peter Stuntz, Bill Shultz, Eugene Poe. 2nd row. Sue Younger, Martha Watchbaugh, Ioan Scott, Rozella Stubley, Romona Thorn- ton, Iulia Ann Young, Iuanita Stillwell, Donna Wills, Norma Waldron. 3rd row. Norma Wickham, Mary Lou Widener, Norma Ward, Eugene T aylo r, Barbara Woods, Bill Stephens, Mary Lou Swanson, Vivian Toney, Barbara Uhl, Ruth Triece. 6th picture . lst row. Charles Kallner, Albert Iohnson, Robert Hutter, Clarence Smith, Glennis New, Torn Obermiller, Owen Warren, Floyd Reid. 2nd row. Charles Koster, Iirn Miller, lack Iacobs, David Snyder, Eugene Sibray, Billy Rice, Bill Ricker. 3rd row, Betty Witsman, Rose McEwen, Sarabelle Pippenger, La Donna Phillips, Mary Ann Parr, Pamella Retterbush, Marilyn Kenny, Rosemary Smith, Alice Zwyers, Louise Knipp, Patty Van Cleave. 4th row. Donald Scott, Iohn Switzer, RaDonna Laughner, Paul Iohnson, Waneta Keever, He- len Timmons, Freda Ostler. , IW lwli Our faculty directed us in the development and use of the tools and techniques of education. We began using them in our class, social programs, governing councils, sports and other activities. We began self direction. A debate club produces an orator that Will influence many. A football captain molds a team into a cooperative fighting unit. An orchestra, band or glee club opens vistas of music appreciation to hundreds of devotees. Under the impact of war, in America's hour of need, her schools support defense stamp and bond campaigns. Of course it Works. lt will go on working, because the American way is based on the idea that given an opportunity to meet a responsibility an American citizen will respond with his best. 2 lm.--' WI Q w...lhQ . wwf WILLIAM LOWE is representative of thousands oi boys in American high schools who, rain or shine, get the newspapers to the reading public. These boys me Comfibufinfl greatly to the sale ot war stamps and bonds. EDWARD GREEN represents a rare individual in the average American school today. As a hobby he pursues the study ot two foreign languages-and with- out credits-Spanish and German. CAROL GRAFTON committed to memory, in the eighth grade, the Constiution ot the United States: a teat accomplished by few Americans. DEAN HYMAN, distinguished member ot the Class ot '43, aside from being an active member of Forum, Math Club, Hi-Y, and National Honor Society, has found time to be assistant prosecutor ot the Student Court, and a member ot the band and orches- tra ior tour years. In 1539, Dean won the American Legion Award and tied for the scholarship award. He arranges music as a hobby. JANET FOURNIER. senior in the Class of '42, early demonstrated that she had drive and ability to compete and win by winning the Sally Mae Byers Oratorical Contest in '40 and '41. This year, she was active as president of the Ir. Red Cross, secre- tary-treasurer ol Student Council, a member ot the National Honor Society, the Prelect Council, the Pep Committee, and editor ot the Administrative Section ot the Cauldron. I' 1 ' 1' il' ,,f' ,,x xx ii ix 43" PW' 2 'ar I W , VV .pg.,.,54K. TK-I. V - - -gf. .L.. . 15, 'r A V ' w x X if 6 QQ Q A A .,. . 5- - H 1 wmgw' -' . XX X The Student Council is the Congress of the high school. Major changes were made in the Student Council constitution this year which did away with Prefect and Advisory Coun- cils and provided for a body of Senators and Senators-at-Large. A Student Court was also set up, consisting of a judge, three jurists, prosecuting attorney, and the assistant prosecuting attorney. A body of fifteen students representing F.H.S. attended the State Student Council Con- vention at Anderson this year on December fourth and fifth. A Student Council Dance was held after the last basketball game.Apart of the money was appropriated to buy First Aid Cabinets for the halls of the schools. Each year the coun- cil gives an award to the outstanding senior girl and boy. lst ROW-Dean Hyman, Bill McMurtrey, Iulia Sloan, vice president, Phil Wise, president: Ianet Fournier, secretary- treasurer, Ieane Shanklin, Barbara Sibbitt, Mary Mattix. 2nd ROW-Violet Sharp, Mary Ferguson, Barbara Kramer, Martha Ryan, Mr. Hampton, sponsor, Hilda Hamilton, Carl Rash, Alan Evans, Roland Ferguson. 3rd ROW-Martha Huffer, Martha Mattix, Phyllis Shepard, Rosemary Peters, lake Ruch, Carolyn Lauchner, Phyllis Maish, Marilyn Kenny, Jean Cooley, Mary Gregory. 1ShkRlgW-Tom Kirk, Bob Ayres, Frank Beardsley, John Clossin, Bill Zobrist, Charles Stine, George Wise, Albert Iohnson, ic ration. 5th ROW--Phyllis Mattewson, Donald Young, Gene Sibary, Bill Lewis, lack Longfellow, Charles Weaver, Bill Nunnally, Bob Hayes, Pat Sharp. This is the third year for the Cadet system in Frankfort High School. It was organized by the Student Council and is under the Welfare Committee of the council. These student cadets are authorized to give white slips to all students who disobey the rules and regulations of the high school. The cadets are at their posts throughout the day. Cadets lst ROW-Iohn Kilmer, Tom Griffin, Bill Hoyer. 2nd ROW--Iunior Miller, Marion Byrley, Lemoine Strain, Mr. Hampton, sponsor. 3rd ROW-Reardon Rowe, Bob Snyder, Iames Iohnson, Robert Douglas. 4th ROW-Wm. Spurlock, Florence Painter. Sth ROW-Tom Major. I .e I',.-dxf 'ram 'F .bd . -v' JE . , N., '4 Y If Alas - Q ., N04 v' 'P Q QS 1" - -, Ng? i ,fx 4. X is R 1 N, ' s " an we-.Q V v 95. 3 ,gif lst ROW' Mildred Shives, Anna Dame, Bonnie Smith, Helen Lewis, Betty Vfray, Alive l-leimburawr, Ahfw' lhzt, M nyli.-ll Kirby, Doris Colgrove, Charlene Faust, leane Shanklin, Miss Campbell. Lind BOW Luuille Reagan, Mary Sparrow, Helen Crum, Bonnie Sherrill, Bernadine Biyindt, Bette ltivisz, l,u:'yfll4-11 kin im Phyllis Price, Pauline Clark, Mary Hutter, Phyllis Nees, Wilma Foster, Zrd ROVV lrinet Fournier, luanita Posey, Nina Hailman, Esther Chandler, lfvin lxim-, Irwin Hfirlfintx, V11 imii l.lvV1ititli, ltr-rthfi Mitt-liner, Betty lrwin, Charlotte Ccrmpbell, Betty Robley. flth BOW ludy Sloan, lo Ann Maddux, Lois Pope, Kathryn Farrell, Phyllis Norris, Mfirthfi Hyun, lttirli :r-1 5'il-lwitt, l'il:.y Glover, Beverly Kina, Gloria Clingan, Mildred Baker, Sally Lawden, luha Forrest. fith BOW Beverly Thompson, Wanda Kindley, Bonnie Kaylor, Betty Bewscy, ljorti Ctildwull, llvl- n B nntzli-,', l-ini-ii: lei, Kathryn Dennison, Mary Lou Chituck, Mary Herr, Gloria Buntin, Mary Io Ellis, Kathleen lPeCro::s, Phyllis Slliigind. tith ROW Phyllis Miller, Floris Money, Wanda Gostelli, Virginia Ayres, Barbara Gable, Aiintibvlh- Sizydti, flat' Sitiwv nt, Peggy Haishman, Rhea Wilson, Rosemary Reel, Mary Yeung, Phyllis Maish, lacquelyn Armtinti-wut. 7th ROW lacguie Wiley, lleloris Corbett, Mary lane Pogue, lulia Bristley, Sue Miinnrinri, Pfit Mtxliwzi, ltrzt l'x inlzhn, l'it Vtfadclell, Kathryn Scripture, Sadie Witherow, Marie Benjamin, lmogene Nunnrrly, Estelle Slifiipltls. tith ROW Phyllis Kasler, Ardith Lucas, Peggy Maddux, Norma Farr, Mary lane O'Nf-il, Miny Pimirxfiwi, Bi-v ily lilhfitt, lane Ransom, Patty Utterback, Alma Williams, Norma Toney, Phyllis: Mathvvvzzon, Fred Mimi-", Beverly lvlilvl in :m 1, Born-'ll . dew The Sunshine Society is bringing to a close another successful year lor the :-:cliool term 1941-42. The local chapter has accomplished much during the past year. Following the outline provided by the state organization, society members have enjoyed interesting and beneficial programs. This organization has donated money to several charie table groups throughout the year. Their income is obtained through candy sales at the MISS HATTIE CAMPBELL MISS EDNA MOORE N X. 1 1 !1 .' 11' 11 111111" 1. 1, . 11 X. :11111 11 .11111111,1 V11'11:z1111, 1,1111111111 V111111, 1111111111111 '1'111111111::1111, M1111ly11 V171-11111, Mary 111 11 111 1 111 111 '1 1 1'111 - 1111111111, '21 1111: 11111y, 111111111 1 0111111111111--. 11 11'1.'. '.111. 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They try to convey to the students some of the news, cr brief surnmdry of the sports, movie previews ond interviews, ornd whot motkes the pdper go over so big the gossip. This yeor the editorfinschief wos Iulio Sloctn with Miss Smith GS gdvisor. Kham. Klub, This is the first yedr the Chess Culb hos hdd ony feminine nomes on its membership books. During their meetings they leorn crnd foster the gdrne of chess. In the fotll they held o sport donce, but otherwise they hod no sociotl function. This spring they held on Crnnuol chess tournoment to determine the most outstonding ployer in the club. This orgonizdtion is sponsored by Mr. Mdn- ges, ond the reigning officers gre: president, Aldn Evonsp vice-president, Rolph Gberdorfy secretory-treotsurer, Kgrl Goble. SITTING Virginia Mc- Grath, Mclry Mcrttix, Iulid Slogn, Iorrn Htxckf-rd, Scilly Lowden. STANDING leon Hu lcrnd, Iunior Walker, Iohnny Clossin, Miss Smith, Mdlybelle Kirby, Phyllis Noes, Io Ann Muddux, Ruth Conrtrd. lst HOW Ralph Oherdort, Alvin Evans. ftnd ROW Crrrol Grvifton, Bob Shepfud, Mr. Mfinges, Kenneth Murphy, Herndon Rowe. 3rd ROW Krirl Goble-, Irwin Nuckols, Muiirl Yuill, Put Iohnson. 4th POW Charles Aldinfin, john Wilson, George Srtheets. futh ROW Byron Evrxns, lbick Hfnrtson, Bob Snyder. gm. 511044, 'l'he lunior Red Cross has been gaining in popularity since its orf aanization three years ago. This year it had a rnernbership ot titty- one. This organization works in Cos operation with the County chapter. During the year the Club spon' sored various successful events, the rnost irnportant ot which was the frnnual Cfhristrnas party given tor two hundred underprivileged Chil- dren ot the city.'l'he rnoney for this party was raised through a penny drive which was held at school. An annual banquet was held in April. 'l'he olhcers ol the club were: la' net l'ournier, president: ludy Sloan, Mirrtliir Miittlx, liwnny 'l'lnv:nf1nn, Allin lfv-rn:1 vicepresirieritg Kathryn Scripture, .frrri now inn, iirr.i.r,r.i, vimirrrir M.-arriir, Nrrnzi :1..ii, imw r rr V lirnet llinirnvr, Yviinnn 'l'ii-wr, Muir: llrniwrwaotl, lnlii livtun lx nirx czecretaryp Anna Darne, treasurer. wrim., -Ur, , , , ftrcl HOW Haitwirrrr Silititt, ltrwin: fir-irrrriiri, lletty lluliliy, tlzllx l xx l n Ml'l" llllflfll Wfjqld' lll Q 5 L ll O Ol Vniinnr tlwr-n:1,lelirniy t'ninlu::, Violet Sh np, M try Nwlrlori rlluigfyf fgpgjfhggjyggfl lllfljfyf R951 4th RMVV lhll Mirnwrniryvr, linth L'onr ni, l'-itti lln11h:nt1:i, li rr. hrnltl i , li vwrly Kina, Vliarlrw: Van Ar::tt.ilw, llwtty lpn llnw, M-ny lfttvt rrl lil ffrosrt. ri. im., 'wth HCJVV ltwn lliwrfw, flue Mirnlninti, llwiiiy ll:r:1lnr:i:i, ll lr ilxlin lhitty Nlrrlnrn, lliiltwtrri tlinrrn, llrillwtrrri tlwvnu, lwll1:i-rllviriilwii, l 1 k il x tith HOW L'tnnl-ri. Vlirrk, Inn Knlwy, lnn t'li-rninz, lltrt' Ayr f7ln-irtsz, liill Sirirrirlwi, l'-it tlnnitrn, Ruth 'l'Iiiiniz1: tial tlwytidr Klub The Math Club, under the supervision ot Miss Della Maud Sanders, is the one club in school for students interested in higher rnathernatics. Qnly students with two years ot rnath are eligible lor rnernbership. 'l'he project ot the club this year has been the study oi the slide rule, its functions and llfufffw. lfach year this club presents the Matti Award to the senior having the highest scholasf ticr ratina ir1 rnath for the tour years. 'l'he ofhcors tor the year were Torn Major, presidentp leane Shanlclin, vicespresidentg lohn Killrner, secretaryy and Charles Hackett, treasurer. Their only social event this year was a banquet held in March. l:it HOW Mary K, Huttwi, Mriry Mrttix Alu'-X llwnnlwi-rtivr, lN. ini lii The purpose ot the Hi-Y Club is stated on the member- ship cards ot the boys--"To create and extend throughout the school and community high standards ot Christian char- acterf' This club is known over the school and city for its many activities. The members attend the various churches in ct body once a month. The club makes donations to worthy charities annually and helps needy stu- dents with books and clothing, To finance these activities they sponsor a candy stand in the high school hall alter school and the concession stand at the football games. This year Arthur Clossin was president: Bill Hodge, vicef presidentg lohn Kilmer, secree tary: and Bob Gee, treasurer. lohn Redmon, principal ot Ky- ger, ably served as sponsor. lst ROW lohn Kilmer, Bob Gec, Arthur Clossin, Don Robison, Maurice Hntter, Ted Hazelwood, lack Landers, Bob Pierce. 2nd ROW lack Stevens, Bob Corns, Alan Evans, Floyd llndres, lorry Fulnecky, Charles Hackett, David Strausbera, Orval Greene, Frank Thompson. 3rd ROW Frank Beardsley, Bob Miller, Bob Snyder, lames McDonald, lohn Red! mon, Milton Blunk, Bob Lineback, Bill Spencer, Benny Thompson, Don Pierce. 4th ROW Bill Hodge, loe Sxftrn, Fred Whitmore, Byron Evans, Torn Grittrn, Dick Harrison, larnes Wilson, Bob Ayres, Bill Lemen, lim Baker. Sth ROW- lint Wilson, Torn Adams, Dean Hyman, Wallace Conrad, Harrison Mc- lver, lim Lugar, lohn Norris, lim Clernans, Charles Clark, Irwin Cohee, Don Steuquard LATIN CLUB lst Row: Susan Wade, Mari' lyn Wetda, Pat Gunion, Mrs. Heaton, Norma Scott, Sarah Witherow, lim Cle- rnans, Francis Sheets, Bev- erly McMananra, Phyllis Mathewson, Phyllis Bogart. 2nd Row: Barbara Krarnr-r, lanet Griffith, lbick Bratton, laarr Hayward, Sue' Mann ring, Mary Youna, Rose- rrrary Peters, Phyllis Maish, Pat Franklin, Marybellr- Kirby, Phyllis Noes. 3rd Row: Doris Fisher, Martha Mattix, Mary lane- O'Neil, Norrncr Farr, loan Moroarity, lane Ransom, Yvonne Triece, Mary Childs ress, Mary Io Spring fr, Ruth Thomas, Barbara Toney, Florence Thompson. 4th Row: Carol Gratten, Charlotte Henson, Barbara Sibbitt, Pat Mahon, Beverly King, Ioan Mig-teld, Coralrr- Cook, Isabelle Witsrnan, Kenneth Murphy, Mary Ann Wrtlrzerrlw, lirniz, Cfalarrrvr Mary Lou Clnttrwk. Sth Row: Francis Streets, Bill Corbett, Charlt-rre Frrnast, llstella Sliaiplffs, 'Tirnotliy lanes, llon Pierce, Toni Sloan, Newton Beatty, Torn' rny lrouslronr, Bob Ayres, Charles Clark. Cwud ' The Latin Club attempts to give a more advanced knowledge ot Latin than can be ob- tained in regular class work, and to create interest in classical fields by portraying various phases of Latin life at each regular rneeting.These include Roman home lite, art in dress and interior decoration, education, Roman slavery, games and songs, and Roman religion. The club is divided into seven hills to represent the seven hills ot Rome. Each hill is ore ganized as a committee with cr committee chairman. The one important social function of the year is a party. lt was held crt Christmas time this year. CLUB OFFICERS First Consul Norma leanne Scott Scriba lames Clemens Second Consul, Sarabelle Witherow Quaestor Francis Sheets Sponsorf-fMrs. Oma Heaton "F" CLUB tthivkt Hahi-il' iuiih. i ag n Klub' Thr- tt-tlawaa at the Vluli pride tlieiiiselvezs an lwiiia hath physiCally arid mentally tauah. lt iz: ari hariar tar any lucy to became a iiieiiilwr at this arqauizatiori, because ol the rf-aiiirfiiiifirits tar riieriilversliip. To lneloriq to this chili, a hay must have received a sweater, tar taatlialt, liasslcetliall, ar track. lt takes persizzteiiva, doteriiiiiiatiau, arid aluility to achieve thizz attaimiiriiit. 'l'hi:: in tha rrluli that :spaiisars the amiual "Bid liiaatiaiutw. 'l'hey alsa had a diiiuer ftaritvi thin: ysiar. 'l'hfi atticwiinz tar the ywar were: prossideiit, lahiiiiy Oster, vivo piurxicleiit, Bill Zalwristg sec?- ii-taiy ltftfllitttltl, Staxiltiy Aclerzfsp SOYlj0ttttlfIl'iIttIl2'1,lltt1BtUWtt. 'l'tii:-:vluh lStliIOQflCL'lL1ltilSPOII' fzari-fl tty lVl4'i11iI11.iltliliittttflltllltlfllifltlljlt. lst Row: lhh Viiiiim, l.u'l: Iaxidn-i':2, lhlty l, twin, lhll llulirigst, Bat: l'l1rkvt'. 2nd Row: lahu Oat-ir, VViill.1t'v 'lay- tar, hui Brown, lltirt-ld lluritm, l'1t'k ltaiialiuz, 3rd Row: lhlly Kula, Sttrulvy ACIU-r::, L'liaIh-in: Eltuiv, Max l'u-Ili, Bill Nun- iiiilly, hiiimr VN'irlk-ir. 4th Row: lfvvrvtt first-, hiriiar Hut' vliliiuari, Max thiiiiii, lahiiriy Flaw :1iii, 'Ti-cl lliiz--ilwwiul, litiyuiaiitl DEBATE Sitting: 11 iifit ith Vtfitlif-i-iw, tt th tht' ii, Vhylli, Mali, li ravi: ihi t , Vifitf-t Iihiiii, ttrivi-ilv Pfam, l'it Mihtzi, l'1t lli riil-ciiii Stundinq: lift' tluii i-ii, tliflt t wi, tt tt l'v,'i'-, l','i vi tlvizi Debate 'l'hfr dfihatfi class this: year was the first siuvci 15337. lt has proved to he very popular with tht- yauriai-I 1SllltlL?tltil' 'l'tie:aw :studaiihs partichnatad iii iiiaiiy deliatos aver the state. They flirt 1-xmegitiaiially wall variiyuarecl ta the eXper'iaiit'w they have had. A ftfiliatfi wat: held at New Hass aud aur detuatorzfs waiiia aut tirzst, At Butler, there was a thrfea way tie. hi the dciliate taurriey, which was held at 'l'erre Haute, they were awarded taurth plant-. Mr. llariiptari instructs arid sponsors this qroup ot deluaters. 57 I Wlafm Hmmm National l-lonor Society is corn- posed oi juniors and seniors. The rnern- bers are selected by a faculty cornrnit- tee in cooperation with the principal. The qualifications necessary for rnerne bership are Character, scholarship, leadership and service. This year the society has held seve eral luncheons and sponsored one an- nual banquet, which was held in the sprina. Tlfese students are under the lead' ership of Miss Verda Knox and the tol- lowinq oiiicers: president, lake Buchg vice president, Bill McMurtrey, secre tary, Buth Conrad, and treasure Major. The r, Torn Natroncxl Honor lst BOW Hnth Conrtrd, Torn lvlrvrrr, lrkv ltnfh, Bill M1'Mr1rtrtf-y, Irrnet Firrrrrrt r. ..nd BONN Violvt Sharp, Cflrrrrlr-iz Atdrnrn, lwlhzt. V Knox, sponsor, Phil Vtfrrst, Mtrry Lflrrltlrwfnu ,rd BOW Intrnittr Post-y, ll: li-rr My'-r:3, Anntr lf rn.f xyllrs Nves, Norrnfr P--tt-rfz. 4th BOVV lwrn Nnr'kol::, lnnriir Mill fr, liflrn Krllrni r, rn Stiles, Mtrry lo Srirrricgr-r In i HOW Iolrnny Cfltisxfarri, latin llrvlairrt, ltinlirrr frrrrer, Iorrriv Sltfrnklin, Allin lIvir:i::. Oth ROVV Mtrry Mtrttix, ltrrrien tftilrrrovf, tlltiriir Vi n rrrrn, lulrtr Biotin, Birrlifrrfr flrlitirtt. 7th ROVV lfrvk fltffvifrnl llfirn llynirn, lint, ftyrf St-rnltiy Ad irzz JDJLIUWL Klub The Forurn Club is one ot the four organizations oi the school which does not include the fairer sex in their rnern' bership. lts Purpose is to hold round table discussions on current events, Their only social function lor th year' was a picnic hold at lhittriirtri Lake the last week of school. The club's officers are: presidont, lunior Miller, vicefpresident, Bill Mc' Murtreyg treasurer, Dick Qylery secre tary, Paul Howe. They work in co' operation with Mr. Slenker, their sor. O spon FORUM CLUB lst BOW lit-rrn Hyrntrn, Bill Horlrrf-, tihrrlw: llrvk ett, Byron Carnpbell. Znd ROW lake Finch, Pfnrl flown, Mr. Slwnk,-r, lunior Miller, Dick Oylwr. 3rd BOW Bob Pierce, Bob Ge., Chtirlr-sz Stine, Bill MCMurtrey, Drive Strvrr1sbrHr'q 4th BGW lohnny Norris, Tvd Hrrzr-lwruod, Torn Maior, john Oster. 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I: :rw "1 1 Lf: "111 ff 1+ Y Mzry lnm-mx 1 ,Mm liwmlrlxrm I1111' ' 'U Q,' 'HM H mu' H um: HM- ", 1. .1 L1 IUVQ, YM I' I 14 Hn!--, V+!-vw: 1111 1 I' Uv W- rv 1 ml www w,',1:,i 4' ,Im ,. H1 lxzx-V N - fvr If my. IH-My mm. HMM! 1. Mllml Q Aditi The high school band has played an important part in our school spirit and enthusiasm this year. Their playing for basketball and football games have helped to pep up the team as well as the students. The band, under the direction of Aubrey Thomas, played tor the Armistice Day pare ade and the parade for the opening ot the Christmas season. A tall and spring concert was presented tor the public by the band and orchestra com- bined. The band also gave two brief concerts for the Band and Orchestra Parents' Assof ciation. Several small ensembles have been organized in the band the most popular ol these being the sextet and the trio. These ensembles tend to develop the individuals playing ability. Our local band is well-known and has won numerous honors in competitive playing in both state and national contests. ,4,,,,A new .,:u5M . a J.. 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Allw S-lx, Avfmvll lllxmxlsoxx, Iflfm lvlllm, l'1x!:.y Krulwl. 'l"1w1 flwx, Blll Spwxxcvl. l7I'um:1, Glmwvlmu Sink-wa, l'xvcl lfxxlnxxlllmrr. Glcwkwllflyflvl, lllmvs M' lwfmfxlrl lxum ffl-Iwi llnfk llwllll. llxmn Nl-xlfvlvttrfv, llllylllu Nmrlis, l7r111f: Yflmwxxfxxx, Kllllw Ywlivll, Nlfullm 'l'ln1lvl1vx, lumlx b3:'lxlm:::vl. 0 The many orchestras and bands that exist in our public schools throughout America, are a phenomenon common only to the United States. ln these organizations young Ameri- cans get an experience type of education in reading, study, analysis and rendition of classics and the best in music. ln these organizations pupils learn to accept respon- sibility and to cooperate in the interest ot the Whole group. The F. H. S. Orchestra, conducted by Lester DeBard, consists of fifty-six members. lt has had a busy and constructive year ot rehearsals and concerts. Among the special honors coming to the Orchestra was the invitation to play at the lndiana State Teachers Associa- tion at lndianapolis. ln addition to the main organization, a string trio and sextet were organized in order to serve the needs ot many civic organizations. Orchestra Sextet e-Barbara Gable, lrwin Cohee, Loren Filer, Rosemary Peters, Louise Peterson, and Lucille Reagen. pmwwr ng um semi 0 l'irst Violins Nornia Peters, principal: Lucille Beaqan, Barbara Owens, Louise Peterson, Allan Stone, Alice Hirt, Don Stauqaad, Bernice Barbee, Norman Byrnes, Beatrice Hayes, Virginia Ayres, Gladys Minqlin. Second Violins Bosernary Peters, principalp Martha Mattix, Robert Hayes, Milton Sclienck, Coralie Cook, Edna Baker, Martha Greene, lo Ann Stinson, Yvonne Triece, Betty Bew- sey, Charles Van Arsdell, Patricia Hayes. Violas loan Donolio, principalg Barbara Gable, Mabel Allie, Sarabelle Pippenqer. Violincellos Iulia Forrest, principal: Irwin Cohee, Mildred Baker, Patricia Gunion, laines Wilson, Barbara Emery, Mary Sherrill, Kenny Strode. Bass Viols Charles Stine, principal: lames Fife, Vernell Ferguson, William Lipp, lack Iacobs. Citarinets Robert Gee, Kathleen DeCroes, Mary Io Ellis, Don Pierce. Bassoon Mina Wilkinson. French Horns Bob Shepard, Paul lohnson, Trumpets Dean Hyinan, Charles Weaver, lack Longfellow. Trombone Dick Oyler. Percussion Max Donolio, Pliil Bohr, Artliur Carroll. Orcrliestra 'l'rio lulia Forrest, Bose- inary Peters, and Norma Peters, i 5. Q. Q. lst ROW Lois Pope, treasurer: Colleen Conn, secretary, Mary Childress, presidcntg Grethel Murphy, vlce-president. 2nd ROW Iulia Bristley, Betty Bewsey, Miss Foster, sponsory Marjory Davy, lacqule Arrnantrout. 3rd ROW Wilma Foster, Betty Mclntosh, Sue Spear, Doris Fischer. 4th RCW Phyllis Mlller, Florence Galey, Ester Freeman, Freda Ledger. 5th ROW Virginia Ayres, Thelma Galoy, Helen Black, Iulia Layton, Minerva Lipp. The G.A.A. is one of the two clubs in high school which is strictly feminine. Any girl is eligible for membership as long as she abides by the rules of the club. Archery, volleyball, badminton, these are a few of the sports that the girls engage in after school hours. The club's two annual social activities for the year were a supper for the girls and a dance. Miss Foster directs and sponsors this group. 3 ' The airn of the Forensic Club is to interest and teach students about parliamentary law procedure. The only social event of this club was their annual dinner dance held in February. As an inducement to underclassmen to make good grades from the beginning, the Forensic Scholarship award is given at the end of each semester. The main source for club funds is the candy stand in the hall of the high school building. Bob Gee was president for the year with Barbara Sibbitt as vice-president. Byron Evans was treasurer, and lulia Sloan was secretary. Mr. Hampton sponsors this organization. lst rowvlo Ann Maddux, ' "' ' Ruth Conrad, Byron Evans, Bob Gee, Barbara Sibbitt, lulia Sloan, lake Buch. 2nd row Bob Pierce, Helen Myers, luanita Posey, Mr, Hampton, Phyllis Nees, loan Haclcerd, Beatrice Lowe. 3rd row Phyllis Shepard, Carolyn Lauchnor, Patricia Rowe, Mary Ferguson, lulia Forrest, leanctte Elliott, Betty Bobley. 4th row Irwin Cohee, Bob Miller, Frank Beardsley, Maxine Ottinger, loan Mie- field, Carol Grafton, Beverly King. 5th row-Bill Lowe, Sara- belle Witherow, Hal Rowe, Charles Clark, Ioe Sitfin, Bobby Grinstead, Charles Weaver, Torn Sloan. Sth row Mary Young, Phyl- lis Maish, Ianet Fournier, Paul Howe, Reardon Rowe, Bill Spenccr, loe Kirby, lim Clemans, 7th row --Sally Lowden, Hilda Hamilton, Pat Glover, Bill McMurtrey, Alan Evans, loan Sipes, Patti Harshman. f1l'l"l'lNC Niitliini llriiiifrwk, Mfnnifwt llutt:-r, lfiiqnrin Huttor, Noriniin Burns. 11'l'ANlllNfl lion Mt-nrlwz, ltiwk Ito:-'fav-, Paul Coil, Newton Beatty, Mr. ltlolvliwr, lflolw l'iyo, Inn lolni 6' KIM 'l'lio Coniero Club, known oy some as Belcher's Candid Snipers of the Campus Cinema, is one ol the niost interesting clubs in school. lts purpose is to teach its members the proper care and use ot a camera, and also the developing oi films and prints and many other vital essentials ol photography. All ot their meetings excepting the business meetings are held alter school. This group is under tho leadership oi Don Mendez, president, Fred Wliitiiiore, vice-president: Norman Byrne, secretaryetreasurery Dick Reese, sergeant-at-arms. These officers, as well as tho club are under the supervision of Mr. Belcher. win, l'-ill lliiwiiff-1, l'1f-ri VVlntnio:w. lwtt to iifqht Hob lliviwf, Hob F. Ayres, Maurice Huirter, Barbara Sibbitt, Mr. Farrell, lrrnet Fournier, ltiivifl fltlfiiizzlif-irq, Kfixrl Rtrfsli, Phil Wise, Bob Ayres. ML 60 ' Roh! Roh! Roh! Three cheers lor the pep committee, and the good work they have done throughout the iootball and the basketball season. ' llvory Friday morning when we walked into the Howard Hall tor a pep meeting, we never stopped to think of the work behind those humorous little plays and skits. And there was certainly plenty of work behind them. Phil Wise was chairman of this committee, and Mr. Farrell worked with them as sponsor. 65 nam N S L A T W0 I M75 TQTE M JHUNIORS ,Ax 93 'R N fs gf ' x 'i 1 'VX . K wi. ci f, . Q . M , Q7-1. W, . 6 1 Q wiv il .s I-.af 2 s N ,Q ,351 -gms S ff' L.-fx KIT 1 Ns gi 514 4 x ' .' ,I 1 gifs N wi. . w .iN .,x 4 . - 1 4. 5 Q 29 Q E gf '. ev 39 HK Www iw. nw-45 V Ao-J' 4 L? , fy 4 N V' F' ,WJ X ,f, ,iv . 1' 1339, Q, ,,,,--" r Jnntball, Matthew Ronzone-Iunior High basketball, assistant football, co-track coach. Larry Farrell--Tennis, Freshman track, as- sistant basketball coach. Coach Raymond Rohrabaugh 4 Football and golf. Coach Everett Case -- Athletic Director, varsity basketball. Carl Anderson-Freshman basketball, co- track, assistant football coach. Athletic Board-Mr. Condon, Mr. Rohra- baugh, Mr. Case, Mr. Davis. The huddle . . . The rhythm-like shift. . . The center pass . . . The ripping and driv- ing of charging lines . . . The neatly exe- cuted down-field blocking . . . The tricky broken field running . . . The TOUCH- DOWNI These are the things that give the crowd the thrills, because these are the things that go to make up real honest-to- goodness football. Our almost entirely unexperienced Night- hawk team of 1941 really lived up to our definition of real football. With Ted Hazel- wood doing a nice job as captain, and with some excellent coaching from Coach "Buck" Rohrabaugh and his two aides-de-camp, "Matty" Ronzone and "Buttercup" Ander- son, the 1941 issue of Nighthawks was one of which Frankfort High School could well be proud. THE RECORD FRANKFORT-39 . . . PLAINFIELD-6 "Tarzan" Hazelwood shows off, gets three touchdowns as Frankfort wins. CENTRAL CATHOLIC, SOUTH BENDMSI . . . FRANKFORT--7 "But we don't talk about that." FRANKFORT-14 . . . RICHMOND 6 Frankfort's win was marred by a broken wrist suffered by quarter-back, Iohnny Clossin. IEFFERSON, LAFAYETTE-13 . . . FRANKFORT-U Ieff's Iohnny Deer was no doe and "Buck's" boys lost a tough one. FRANKFORT-16 . . . LOGANSPORT-----6 Another North Central victory featured by excellent defensive play by the Nighthawk line. FRANKFORTWQ . . . KIRKLIN-6 A beautiful place kick by Stine and a neat catch by Lewis won this one for us. KOKOMO-19 . . . FRANKFORT-13 A last half rally sparked by Hutchinson and Stine fell short, and we lost another rough one. WEST SIDE, LAFAYETTE-7 . . . FRANKFORT-0 This game was featured by the defenses of both squads. FRANKFORT-41 . . . MONTICELLO-0 Was a brilliant end to a brilliant season. lst Row: Charles Streets, l Iames Pope, Bill Ross, Iunior Danner, Wayne Wainscott, Phil Livezey. 2nd Row: Sanford Aid- rnan, Francis Sheets, Don Young, Ice Ayres, Dick Reese, Fred Whit- more, lim Witsman. 3rd Row: Bill Templeton, Allan Wills, Iim Wilson. FRESHMEN Qbf . 'J 'Ns ,. www FJ 'Whi- 1 fri? J X . - ' QR EM Munn -ex G+.. X K N9 X . A-.3 gk- ? . . .4 1 if E N, .NN P' S I 0 L M ,' ., ui ,. q K 1' if ".., " L, 1.4 . . . , . , 1, .NW N A353 K s U I ,- "4!P:,- - H .1 .- X K Y-vgA.55:1i3.Q 1' 5' RS S. 54" R V .4 , 5 . X3 1- Wu.. S if 1 MTN 1- 6 K Q Sv Q, M Q j Q-Q Qufg l my I 'U ,ff ' ,qi -:x QE! ix R WX S Q 7 E I 3 QQ s gg . ' n'.xQ 1, .X Q-N59 iff? -ffm R . 'W' Baakmfball "B" BASKETBALL lst row: Charles Streets, Fred Whitmore, Wallace Knipp, Ray- mond Carney. 2nd row: Loren Mundell, Dir-lc Oyler, Max Doran, lohnny Nor- ris, Iuntor Hutchinson. 3rd row: Max Noidlinqwr, Inn Bfryles, Bdlph Braden, Bobwrt Hayes, Robert Gosvwlir, Bill Minccmoyer, The "B" basketball team of Frankfort High becomes the final stepping stone to the var- sity. On the basis of the performances of this year's "B" team, it is pretty safe to say that the varsity of next year will be one of the top rung teams when it comes to state wide com- petition. Larry Farrell's boys had height to spare with players like Max Doran, Iohnny Norris and Dick Oyler: all six foot plus. ln addition to height they had plenty of speed and drive from the rest of the squad. Watch out lndiana, it could be Frankfort in '43. Much of the future Fighting material is obtained from boys who start their basketball education in the freshman year. Results from this year's squad would indicate that Mr. Case need not have anything to worry about for the next few years. The freshmen's coach, Mr. Carl "Buttercup" Anderson was blessed with a great deal of height in his charges this year. Bob Woods, a 6'2" center, together with Witsman were outstanding offensive cogs. Other basket-hitting boys who rounded out the starting five were Byrne, Smith, and Gleason. sQ?' ' Li L4 lst row: Artus Carney, lim Wits- man, Leo Eads, Glen Byrne, Ir. Donner. 2nd row: lohn Wilson, Robert Keller, Robert Woods, l'Dit'k Glefr- son, Carl Smith. ill Mrltlliiltrttyl Cliflilozs Wwivr-r, Ifrvk ffmiltvi, lfIIIlf'S Uzatlsfi, Qfovivli, l.r111y Fur' Hill, Holm Htxll, Clirulnrfs Aid- mtui, final kin-1-liriq luvlora- lil-I, Inks' lllirli. l.v-lt to wiht, :striyidintlr 3,41 ..+ 'Q ..... we-gm: gr 1-f f 'mf 'tr bf' r 'X ,A ge Tennis and goli tend to become a more important part ot the athletic program for boys. The tennis team was composed of lake Ruch, city junior championy Charles Aidman, runner-up: and Bill Mclvlurtrey, together wih some capable assisance from lim Ostler, "Chic" Weaver, Bob Hall, and lack Coulter. Several dual matches were held with North Central conference opponets. The golf team had several dual rnatches,and the season was topped oft by the state meet at Indianapolis. Lett to right: Tom Major, lohnny Clossin, Dick Oyler, lsliiius l.ui1qlniei'. TRACK lst row: Iini Witstnun, Bob Hall, Loren Mundell, lr. Walker, loe Siitin, Fred Whitmore. N' 2nd low: Sandy Aidnian, Charles Street, Wally Taylor, Artur: Carney, Bob Ricker, Iiin Rayles. if 3rd row: lohn Oster, lack Landers, Ted Hazelwood, Dick Harrison, Charles Stine, Robert Kindly. Street, Taylor, Lewis, Taylor When the first signs of spring came around and a call for track candidates was made, approximately 65 boys came out for the thinly clad squad. Among the better prospects for the team were: lack Landers and Ted Hazelwood, two of the best shot putters Frankfort has ever had, Bob Bicker and lunior Walker, two excellent distance runners, Iohnny Oster, 440 yd. dash speedster, Wally Taylor and Loren Mundell, dash men, Bill Lewis, a real comer in the high jump, Charles Stine, hurdle flash, and Pete Terpinas, a threat to any opponent in the broad jump. This year's schedule was one of the most interesting in the track history of F.H.S. lt was high lighted by the Big Ten meet to which our school was host. The queen and her attendants presented medals to the winners. Coach Phillips of Purdue was the official starter. The season ended with the Sectional meet at Purdue and the State at Indianapolis. QQ 90' .ex .X and April 10 17 25 28 Moy 1 2 8 12 16 23 SCHEDULE Thornton, Noblesville -fl-lere Monticello, Thornton-Here Delphi Reloysfe-There lerf of Lofoyettee-There DelphiAThere Kokomo R9lCIYS7Tl'1Qf9 Big Ten-Here Centrcrl lnd. ot left Sectional-Purdue Stote-4-flndionopolis lock Landers -t K A , K 3 '. Y Xi Q ifmfwig.. i , .t E Q X N J , ' iiiii 5 ' 4, , P - N ' . - . f , -' , 1 rg 3 5 Q , . few? Tl :N V ' j it '.1..., - - ' . , , twsvf- 11, 2 ff t A Q, t - ..flfffi'L 'gw:,N, mf:zgyq..a..r'-- 5 A f ' ' , ' t x W t "fir ' jf' ' fr , "" v A -' tr M x .- . t t W Wie- Q .Q i. .W at 5. Q , K to , A, , . . K wmkl. . ... - Bob Ricker, Iohn Oster, Ir. Walker Charles Stine Ted Hazelwood is lrlere's Cupid in feminine clothes aiming her bow and arrow. Wonder who she's aim- ing tor? 'iw Bow ' A new phase of girls' sports made "Balls," "Strikes," "Set 'ern up in the other alley loef' common language around the halls of F.H.S. Dila. ' Bowling was received with great enthusiasm by the girls in the G.A.A. and the gym classes. Several teams have been formed, and they compete evenings after school. Social interests, in war, as well as in peace, require that women be as physically and mentally fit as men. The most Vital purpose ot the girls' physical and athletic program is centered on the development ot a coordinated mind and body. 1 I sn " il Q 5 0 4 I 7 F f . xl if , 9 is Af al f w ' Q , i '48 'Q 'A H2 .N 5ifg9aL5f5"' ' AQ' NI 5 H A- ey Q V ' W yi HX Q , u W Q . 4, " g x , - i K if I Id, -- W gi!! S 'X . 51 1 Q X . X .-- ..l.....L. Y, A, M- ,M -,-- , a, A 1'0 I ff i Vs xii ii K! ' f Y Q O 's "3 ' ?1.1,,,, , Q, v, K ll 1 f N, fl f il 44 V 2 5 Herman McMurtrey Iack Briney Alexander's Shoe Store Ann Martin Ruth Sawalish Mrs. Paul Lipp Thrasher's Store lim I-lardesty Loney Galey Wainwright Ins. Agency E. F. Beall Transfer Kerr's Homemade Candy Greyhound Bus Line Mark Thomas Clinton Co. Bank Freedman's Store Boeckman's Iewelry Store Clova Fultz Esther Iames Mynes Zerfas Kramer Bros. Co. Mr. C. T. Hoffman Goodyear Service Stores Norma Wiley E. G. Clossin Coapstick Ins. Mrs. Richard Agency McKown Ayler Nelson Merit's Shoe Store Baker 6. Donoho Shoe Store Mabel Williams Walter Wellman Fanny Sands Coulter Hotel Bob Hufiord Moose Albert Helen Iames Grace Lodge M. Laughner Mauch Ellis Iewelry Store Irwin Montgomery-Ward 6 Co. Value Dress Shop Strange Cleaners Wills' Grocery Phyllis Falkerson L. A. Biggs Dr. A. G. Chittick Norris Printing Goodwin Funeral Home Emmens Barber Shop Jim Sullivan Camp G Willoughby Betty Purciful Porter G Hurlburt Hardware Margaret Plunkett Laverty's Clothing Store Betty West Thrasher's Shoe Dept. Dr. E. F. Smith Don Mohr Herbert Webb Paul Kern Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Um, Jlntaom. Public Service Co. Western Auto Supplies Store Monroe Neher Iames Gaffney Meifield Ins. Agency I. C. Uhl Lewis Schemmel Clinton Lunch Glen Nichols Fred Goldsberry Dr. I. B. Walker Charles B. Mason Howard Harshman Cigar Store lack Knoll Iane McKinsey lack Sharp Earl Keedy Iames Vise Mr. Ronald Royal Garment Cleaners Margaret Hyman I. A. Kern 6: Son Sears Roebuck 61 Co. McKown Paint G Wallpaper Dorner Company Iames L. Cummings Ida B. Perry Dr. T. A. Dykuizen Dr. Edwin Robison Helen Maxwell Frances Garrott Waldo Waddell Derrick 6- Derrick Ins. I. C. Lockwood P. E. Merchant Frances Stevens Martha Leibensberger Kimble Auto Company Frankfort Water Works Meuris Smith Max Fowler Iames Stinson Maurice Akers Bob Stinson Mr. G. Thompson Marjorie Smith Pauline Hollis Bill Adams Dr. Waldo Wood Lincoln Finance Ingram-Richardson Evelyn Sexton Hook's Drug Store Benson Norris Dr. C. A. Burroughs Dr. H. R. Royster Lee Zieg Bill Baum Claude Harrison Chamber of Commerce Carol Joe Covely W. L. Hamilton Gough Mfg. Co. E. O. Burget Noel Darding Colver Machine G Iron Works Mack Machine Co. Gillespie Shell Station Bill Roberts H. R. Gruelle Lloyd Brank Gus Schlosser George Thompson Glenn Kern Dorothea Gillis B. N. Grimes Nees Paint 6 Roofing Co. Coulter-Smock Co. Frances Rule Beauty Shop Dr. P. F. Triece R. H. Strausburg Fkanktort Monument Works Roxy 6. Clinton Theaters Arthur C. Louette Garlin Daugherty I. C. Penny Co. Chuck Bloom Citizens Building G Loan Dr. E. O. Biery Gerald Reef Maurice Hartwell George Mummert P. Dorner's Sons Co. Slims Shoe Shop Dr. R. A. Hedgecock Miss Smith Elks Club Horton Oil Co. Dick Shanklin Kern Bros. Shoe Store Lance Harland Oakley Quick Earl Smith Murray's Grocery Store Betty Lou Flower Elizabeth Rogers Venita Best Hugh Davey Robert M. Farrell Mrs. Mary Miller Mr. Melvin Lohman Paul Smith Aero Inn Katherine Sullivan Iosephine Lucas Mattix Coal Co. Mrs. Ina Iones Bud Gaddis Glennis New Charles Stone Cleta Robison Iohn Barks Ben Slenker Russell Harker Dr. George Hammersley Shoo Mrs. N. W. Mattix Wm. Robison Bob Shaver Aughe Bros. Drug S. M. Iones Fred Shanklin Store Mr. Hardy Rex Nees 400 Club Kenny Smith Mary Daugherty Julia Moore Claude Thompson Claude Kite Grocery "Buz" Storm Clinton County Hospital Edwin Ake Dr. H. H. Jenner Bob Downer Iohn Redman Mr. Iohn Downing Don Thompson Nickle Plate Diner Charles Hoffman Adler's Helen Aughe Miss Miller Otie Armstrong Power G Power, Attorneys Campus Castle Charles Stone Robert Mattix F. W. Woolworth Co. Dick Aughe Mrs. Garrott Mrs. B. G. Shanklin Harry Pippenger Mr. A. R. Nees Eloise Voltz Bonnie Brewer Katherine Heidbreder Wally Irwin Ken Morkert Robert Buntin Cleona Siebert Bert Lucas Mr. Frank Ramsey Gunning Inc. Michael's Coal Yard Olga Tansey Mrs. George Spahr Helen Mae Michael Iim Clark Whelan's Grocery Edwin Badgley Mary Slimp Beatrice Kite Beulah Caldwell Wheeler's Lunch Dr. B. A. Work Edwin Badgley Frankfort Lumber Co. The Leader Engraving and Printing Company The Hardy Studio, Frankfort, Indiana ia A a Kover Kraft Yearbook Covers ff' 3 If - r It E. O. Hanger, Sponsor ' ml 5 a FlIBlIlIATllll 'Z VERGNE I . LOUNSBURY, DIRECTOR P ., 2- :Zim , ',igL1'i"5f'1?i'A ,v- ""m5a.3ii:,i+i' . -,- -,eq fyly. f-- 3 f,. Ali-, , JH., . iz, ,.: 7! q9.,. A fyi:ivi V . v Ja ,W 21. ' .ez . Vi, . V . if 4 .'5i ' .. ' sg-V ' V- -em. is V. f sg-gf' m ay , V VV V' 1,,f-SEQ . VV mpg., 555,12 V , z w S' L 4 V 1 . 'VVTZVQQFV' ' VU 'xi ' ' Q A V "'3'ffV 'Q S . Kali 7, F' .f'V'fV. 'Vg' fl-Tx". 45'-Vg: wh - Lf- f 12,251 4 'fiffxl V-I "WW M"'2'5'f. 'fx-r'fV.'gg-'PV' 2' . 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