Frankfort High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Frankfort, IN)

 - Class of 1951

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S. liriftiiig iii after the lwll rzuig . . . listeiiiiig zitteiitively to the ilziily ziiiiiniiiicciiiciits . . . sturlyiiigfiicczisioiially , . . slioiiliiig' :it irieiirls across ilu- romii . . . z1ii.l finally lvziviivg to go to vzirioiie Clube :uirl activities. Seniors oi V951 fziiiiiiigly iwiiiviiilwi' tlinsc uveiits. Senior home room . . . the lull before the storm vxjli fi A X 'wie mr' H . itinzln . . . planner of menus . look L'Xll'1lUl'illllZl.I't' . , lnzlstui' of fo 'Zlllull. i These are the persons who are responsible for the book work at F. ll. S. . . . julia, Carolyn, and Suzanne-our office girls. It's a fact that there are 251 steps in F. H. S. The day begins NYith so many steps to climb, it is wonder that the students of F. H. S. rc main so lively and wide-awake lhruugh out thc clay. The piclurv mm this pugc shows Z1 group of chee1'l'11l seminars 110 scencliug' 14 of the 251 steps. Approximately 300 persons attended each of the Friday night dances this year ,'Xl'te1' llw Sll'l1Q'QlL' lllll' tickets we nut lmly flzmcc-ll. lull wc tzillcecl zilmul the gzuuc . clrzmli cola-s . . . gxilllmi-ml with our lricmls . . . :tml plziyvcl pillg-polig. . . lfvclltll- zlllx' tlleri- was tllc scrzmllvlc lm' Quilts, glmm-s. sc:11'xa-s. vit.. Zllltl CX'Cl'j'Ul1L' xx'zLmlc1'ul ZUYZIY. Facts unfurlecl from the classroom . . It's a fact that . . l. There is allways ai lchgtliy assign- 2. XYl1CIl a sturlcnt finishes two years ment in ths liuglish classes. of Spzmisli he should have a working' vo- cabulziry of 1200 xvorcls. 3. There are 3.517 books in the school libraries. ,,........W. . 1 - , 54 -1 , K .N . 'SPAM li., x . ' ' , i .Mn . J -.ity 'V slurly-ut5 l.Ul'l1iSIl thc flrfvm':Lti11g 5. 'lxlww we-1'u ll Jqiru. 31 lwluusus l.lillltX tm' mzmy' sclmul fuuctimms, 4 mlmx-an-s, zmfl 3 Fkuling Cusll1INt's mzuln in llw wxving clzlwsw. 6. The Q'I'L'ZllL'SI spew-fl zxttzlim-fl in fl1m'1A 11211111 class this year was 120 w.p,111, n1g i"""'..... ...,gR,.,,. It's a fact that WN..M,A,g 1. l'lQl1l'k'h :uw illIlNbl'lILlll in math. x 8. Ynciul bcieucc p1'm'i1le-s the stluln-mls with 1-llllflilllltlllill lmmvlcwlgv ot qm'c1'11- lNt'lll. W. I,hj'riL'SZlCKll1ZlilllS thc slmlc-ms wilh wm111nm IIl'illCilllk'S of scicucc. IO. 4 lm' vuczltilmzxl clzmssmmus are cfm Si1ll'I'L'fl lu IM'!lI1Nll1g'tl16 In-st in thc stale CE seam-K Xltcl Ill Llmwxzllwlu ccmvu .... Tlu- fastcst five lNil1l1IL'S rluring sclmul - passing lwctwu classes .... Huck zlurl 1110 buys ,.,. llthlillflj' in llmxtuwl Ilzlll. 1 x 15 ,Q-,X 1 , X 1 , .x3,.fA.fQ Glimpses of a school day ,.N,x-as-I-vwv.. san , .AA 'S' fg and seniors leave first I'vp talks Ivy cuzlclies :UNI 1vi'i1iciii1LI . . . Spir- iu-fI Inziiicl iiuuilwrs played . . . 'IILLIIQQ Ivy gucsl spcalcers . . Iliiiimi-mis skits . . Cntcliy. 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This year the council finished paying for the popcorn machine. .-Xlso they bought new records, sionsorcrl sex- tral Friday night dances. carriccl out a heart fund drivc. sponsored two convocations. and many othez coniinenrl- ablc activities. Thc pep sessions were also snpcrvised by the council. Student Council Tlic Student tbnncil, being thc governing body of the school. has always found many tasks lu bc done flnrinf-' thc school vt-ar. This Year Lhcst' 'obs were led bv Marx' Snirifcon. vice- 5 . . V . . D lwcsirlciitg -liin liossett, prcsiflcntg and Sue Uvcrinan. secretary-treasnreid RUXY l+lQEll'l.'Il Sinitli, l'liil Nicholas, -lanc l.ax't-rty, David Dick, Suu Ovcrnian, jini Dossctt, Mary ,Ianc Spiirgcoil. Carol fiaffncy, -lini Clark, Marilyn Morrison. Alcrry Darcy. Barbara Bccni. HUD' Ilf -,lim Uslwliofli, Linda Horlgc. Libarlcs llayncs, l'liil Cbittick, Sin- Farrell. Nancy Sclicicl, Nancy loncs, janet l10XXL'l', Nancy Vnrnc. , , H. . , , . , .J . ld? llliRicliarfl Locke, Klart' lain XX atclibangli, Dt-XX ayne tiralton, lhil Del'oy, -ludy Clinnan. ,lim Baker, Carol lirannncll, Dick Rontb, ,loan l'nwer, Bill XX'ainscott, Donna Pulley, Dalt- Rabanus, RUXY INV'-,lohn licrn, Dick ljakcr. licorgc liinn, Marjoric Sclieicllcr, XYaync Greylg. -loc lflliott, Dorwin Dick. l'at Ayn-rs, Hill Sullivan, Brufc XYork. National Honor Society - - Forensic Club livery stnrlenl has a goal in mincl. 'lin many l".ll.S. stuclents their goal is to helong' to the National llonor Society. 'llo he eleeterl into this society is the highest of honors. A stnclent inn:-I he a junior oi senior ancl he in the upper thirrl of his class. A eonnnittee of teachers is appointefl hy the principal to rnle on new lllC1lllFL'l'5. 'lihe hasic re- qnireinents are the follon'ing': character . . . outstanding' leaclership . . . scholarship . . . service. llarliainentary proeeclnre and lan' are the hasis of the Forensic Clnh. lts nielnlzership is liniitecl to fifty stntlents possessing' an .-X or ll ayer'ie'e anrl also lwillff' f-'oorl school citizens. The lforensie scholar- . . C3 N .I 5 5 . . ship is awarrlecl hy this organization. Mr. XYoocl is sponsor of the soeiety, while Klrs. lqkllllltlll is sponsor ol the elnh. ROXY I-Betty Anson, listher XVyanclt, Toni Rohrahiangli. .loe Piclcartl, .lane Layerty, RUNY ll-sSne Uvernian. Donna Barnett, -lini Rohrahaugh, ,Pearl Lipp, ,lini tfonihs, ,lack Kellogg, Gwen Dykhuizen, Nancy Camp, Joe Dupler. ROW' lll-Marjorie Yarnell, Patty Hayes, Marilyn Dupler. Pat Ayers, Sharon Nexrkirk, Rodney Hamil- ton, Donna Rush, Channing lllielcenstaff, Norma Nleliinsey, jerry Davey, I-lill liratton. Norma Lilear. ,lncly Clingan, l'atti Doane, .Inn Dossett, lJOl'XY1ll lliek, RONY lf--Ann Parsons, Carole Culp, Pearl l.ipp, l'ati lloane, linen liyklniven. .lllily Lilinean, liorxrin Dick, joe Pickarcl. Sue Farrell, Annette Sehree. Herta lrxrin, Lee lfyanson. ROW' ll--Patty Hayes, ,loan Poners. lfsther XYyancll. ,lean Stokes, Connie .-Xnghe, Carol Brannnell, Nancy lilystone, Carol Maueh. Helen Nance, Mary S1!llI'!"Oll. ,loyfe lirafton, lllarilyn l.ipp, Nancy lianip, ,lane Laverty, jerry Davey. ROW' Ill--lack Kellogg, -Iini COllll7S, Jim Rohrahaugh, Dave liyers. llat Ayers, Sharon Newkirlc. 'l'oni Rohrahaugh, joe Tansey, lioh Rice, lirnee lX'orl:. Rorln'-y Hamilton. lih Rogers. Channing Hliekenstaff, l'hil Chittielc, -loe Unpler, ,lini Dossett, I-ill llralton, Marjorie Seheirller, Iieorgelilinn, Donnallnsli. Janet Frazier, Mrs. Reflnion, llonna liarnett. High Life Staff I H R Y "Rt-cl :ill zihnm it?" Hut nf cnflic-ss cniifiisinii, 211111 chzins. hi- weelcly thc hai-rl wmkiiig High Lift- staff pmcitices El fine high schnnl paper. If you stray hy 111111 hear. "XXI-'x'c gut EL SCKKIIDIXU rlr1n'l he foulcfl. You are not appiwizicliiiig' Z1 ineeting' of g1'21x'e Clig'ge1'S. hut inerely' the High Life l'001N. The papci' was pnhlishecl hy thc seniors thc first seniesteil and in thc secnnfl seinc-stef thc 'inniors hccznne the SGZ'l1'CilEI'i fm' thc news. In 1130111 lO'7 social rhwiiigs. spfwts, i11tc-rn-stiiig' eclitorials. 1111esti011z1i1'cs. zinrl cinh 114-ws arc pmccssefl for print. High Lifc iinmtto: "lf it liziplmelic-rl, it's here!" Cauldron Staff ROW' I-Helen Nance, Donna Barnett, Annette Sebree, Judy Clingan, Nancy Camp, Joe Dupler, David Byers, Bill Bratton, Gwen Dykhuizen. ROVV II-Mardella Turner, Joan Zink, George Ginn, Doris Johnson. Mary Starr, Jeanie Miller, Pearl Lipp, Sharon Dunham, Dorwin Dick, Esther XVyandt, Toni Rohrabaugh, Rodney Hamilton. Jim Dossett, Janice VanTyle. Shirley Donohn. Throughout the year Mr. Rohrabaughs office was the head- quarters for Uperation Annual. After selecting the theme, sev- eral events followed quickly in succession - planning layouts and post-ups, cropping photos. supervising schedules, and fin- ally completing the captions, headlines, identifications, and features. The staff worked diligently to prepare the yearbook for publication. Joe lluplcr. the editor-in-chief, Nancy Camp, as- sistant editor. and a highly industrious and reliable staff were responsible for strug'g'ling through "blood, sweat, and tears" to bring' you the 1951 Cauldron-one which they hope is out- standing in every way. .- llti Ny111l111l'f the glow 111 tllv Vlllllillll sun" ...ycs.tl1isiftr11ly the S1111sl1i111- girl 111' lrlillllx ltirt. 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"1'.1tl1 tcwt l-illll5 lli'l' trit-tl z1111l t1'11t-,U , mi 2--N Sunshine Society S1111s11i11v 111'1g'11te11s um' p:1t111x'zLys1 711110 S1111- w11i11e Sucicty is unc uf thc 1111151 active 111- 1111 1111- C11113S :l1'r11111c1 1:1421111i1U1't 1l1g'11. 1ts offiu-1's :uw 1113111 1011 tu right us fu11mx's: 1911111121 1,111- lvy. 1'CC0l'41111g' SCC1'L'12l1'f'Q Sue 11X't'l'1l1Ill1, presi- 11c11t: 17'z1tty Hayes. t1'cz1s111'c1': z111r1 M1111 Spur- QUUII, SCC1'L'1.ll1'j'. 11110 1ll'UL1Q'111 11111 1211111 1111'u11g11 :111u111c-1' sp1c11r1ic1 yn-1111 Miss Sully Fostcl' H1141 Miss 1':YL'1j'11 11m1r1 L'U11C11lC1 the uffivws :111f1 S1lI1S1111lL' gi1'1a 111 1.11611 k'YG1'y'l1l1.y tasks. .HJ -'R "-B lu I' I . I Row l: Ronnie lihrie, Richard Crzme, Morris Mitchell, Richard Holmes. Eddie Ruch, Phil Chittick. llale XYeicla. Joe Dupler, jim Rentschler, .lim Dossett, joe Cuppy, .lim Combs, Phil Ferguson. Row .Zz jerry Clossin, .lim Rohrubaugh, Lon XYainscott Cleatis Harshman, Losey llaclcard, Joe Piclcarcl, Tom Rohrabaugh, .lim lllclntosh, John Pope, ,lim lirzmer, Jerry Davey. Row 5: 'lim l.ewis, Bill lrwin, .lack Clossin, ,lunior Perkins, john Kaser. Bill XYarcl, Dorwin Dick, Hale Rabanus. Gale Karin, Dayid Byers, liddie liaton. Row -li Tom Marshall. Terry Henderson, liill Sullivan, -lohn Kern, 'lim Rogers, joe Elliott. Glen Nichols, Robert Bahney, Jack Kellogg, Channing Hliclcenstaff, Dick Routh. .lim Boggs. Bill Bratton, Harold Strange. Hi-Y Club The purpose of this familiar boys' club is to create. maintain, and extend throughout the school and com- munity high SlZ1l1ilZll'flS of Christian character. To be eligihle for membership a boy must be a member of the junior or senior class. During the first few weeks of the new school term in September, new members are elected into the organization by the club members not taken by gratluutiun. The boys, before becoming mem- bers, participate in an evening of informal initiation which is climaxed by a very impressive formal program. To become a member of this organization, which is under the leadership of Mr. Robert Hahney, is the de- sire of most high school lads. w Anvone. when aslfecl to name the more active orffanizations of the . S high school. is sure to place the lli-Y Club near the top. The cluli was responsilwle for many activities this year. some of which are as follows: the concession stancl at Stott lfielcl . . . the Tlianksgiv- ing' program . . . their formal rlanet-f.loe's Bavarian Cafe . . . mlecorat- ing for the Sesquicentennial pageant . . . joining' the Sunshine Soeiety in Collecting' goocls for the neecly . . . the lfaster prograin . . , the fresh- man athletic hancluet . . . anrl the selection of a lli-Y Sweetheart. .., -1 -'Q W x n 1 Y YYFV , .HV Vg- KA, . . Latin Club ROVV I: ,lim Dossett, Pat Ayers, ,lim Rogers, Berta Irwin, jerry Davey. RONV II: ,Ioe Ewing, Buford Haney. ,lim Campbell, Roger Robinson, Katherine Good- win, Linda Hodge.. Helen Nance, Donna Dickey, Dale Rogers, Sue Farrell, listher XVyanclt, Chester Clinger, Norman Spaulding. RONY III: Jim Clark, jane Tansey, Grace Goodwin, Nancy Iiindley, Marjorie Straus. Barbara Burroughs, Patti Doane, Marcia Leader, Don Thompson. ROXV IV: ,loe Dupler, Carol Gaffney, Ann Hunter, Carol Mauch, Sue Scntz, Lucy Camp. Gwen Dykhiuzen, Nancy Camp, Mary l,. liressel, Gary Robertson. ROW' Y: Sally Clutter, Sue Lipp, Carroll Maish, Nancy Boggs, Mary 'Io Myers, Mary Palmer, Linda Hood, Martha Merritt. ROXY YI: Dick Routh, Jim Beall, Bob Rice, Bill lrwin, Lon XYainscott, l.arry Shaver. Sandra Bricker, Mary Starr, Shirley Donoho. Barbara Becry. ROD' YII: Bonnie Cook, Mary Atwell, Harry Boldt, -lim Maxwell, Francis McLain, joe Cuppy, -lim Osterhoff, -Ian Downer, Phil Nicholas, Gerald Beaven. ROXX' VIII: Patty Hayes, Dick XYerts, Dale XYheeler, Bruce XYork, Nancy Seheid, Phil Dupler, Gorman Pierce, Don Sanders, Pete Dupler. RONY IX: ,lack Given, -lim Baker, Marjorie Scheidler, -loe lansey, Bob Sherer, Dick Crane, ,Ioe Pickard, Ernest Perkins, Dale XYeida, Mr. Farrell, Sponsor. Latin Club ROW' I: Janet McCray, Mary Spurgeon, Bob Norman, Nancy Lonck, l.arry McNeely, Carol Corbett, Larry Kelley, Norma Cast, Sandra Stoms, Phil McKinsey, Chester Clinger. ROW' II: Mabel Hinton, 'Ioanna litter, 'Ioan Zink, Peggy XYhite, Barbara Beem, Beryl Thacker, blames McCoy, jean Hayes, Alice Denham, Farrell Higgenbotham. RONY lll: ,lean Godby, jane Ferguson, Barbara Chapman, Marjorie Schinnnel, Karen Smith. ROXY IV: Donna Barnett, Sally Kinney, Connie Aughe, janet Smith, Peggy Dykhuizen, Sheila Robison, Betty Christman, Rose Mclntosh, Carolyn Holland, jim Mustin. ROM' V: George Ginn, Donna Rush, Tom l.owe, Carolyn Briney, Harrison Spencer, Nancy Morris, Charley Robbins, ,lanet Snider, Nancy -Iones. Betty XYatchbaugh, Bill Cook. ROXY YI: Bud XYainscott, jerry Langdon, Fred Petty, Phil DePoy, Dwight XYilliams. Bill liipp, Don Greeno, Bob Mast, lfddie lnnis, Danny Hayes. Spanish Club ROXY lt Pearl Lipp, -Ianet Frazier, Gale Iiarm, Charles Haynes. ROW' II: Mrs. Heaton, Carolyn Mavity, Millard See, Alice Hart, Gary Reterbush. Carolyn Dunham, Gordon Given, Becky Thacker, -lack Pitman. Nancy Cox. Phil Ferguson, Carol Hamilton, Graden Lovelace, Ann Fisher, Marilyn Morrison, Pat lisra. ROM' III: ,lack Mclilwee, Betty McCoy. ,lanet Kimble, Sue Mcliown, -lane Laverty, Phyllis Abner, Helen Ostler, Jerome Lipsett, Nancy Carpenter. Marilyn Dupler, ,lim Rohrabaugh, 'Iim Combs, Chuck Smith, David Byers, Richard Ohermiller. ,Iohn Hack- ard, David Dick. ROXY IY: Pat Donoho, .Ioan Powers, ,Indy Clark, Carol Brammel, Marilyn Lipp, -Ioan Maish, Ann Parson, Bill Yanderclecd, Bob 'l'immons, Rodney llamilton, Sue Camel, Everett Donoho. ROXY Y: Gloria 'l'hompson, -Iudy Clingan, Nancy Blystone, Sandra Donoho. -lack Carroll, Phil Chittick, Harold Strange, -lerry Smith, Cleatis lrlarshman, Bill Schooley, Helen Smith, John Johnson, Sandra Murphy, l.ynn -Iones, Shirley Dunford. Milo Carlson, Larry Reid. ROW' VI: ,lane Hodgen, Annette Sebree, Alice Geib, Dorothy l,owe. Beverly lleffley. Charles McCall, Calvin Minglin, .Iohn Pope, Patra Redmon. ROXY VII: Olivia Cotton, Norman Hayes, ,lane Martin, -Iohn Kern, .lim Boggs, Phil Smith, Dick Pollett, Sharon Newkirk, Peggy Ashley, Bob Allen. ROXY Yllli Tom Rohrahangh, Glenn Nichols. -lim Martin. OW ,af ion S H X! Q. ,AA .31 H- as .-wx he-1 vx -ww few- Q? 4 Foreign Correspondence Club ROW' I: Deyyayne Grafton, Renny Merritt, Doug Boggs, Bob Rice, Leland Brand, Bill Lipp. ROVV II: Phil McKinsey, Sharon Dunham, Carolyn Brammel, Helen Ostlcr, Norma Cast, Janet McCray, Mary Spurgeon, Berta Irwin, Katherine Goodwin, Barbara Beery. Carolyn McCray. Kenneth Smith, Carol Gaffney. ROW' III: Janet Snider, Martha Howard, Carol Mauch, Sally Rhodes, Beverly Heffley, Marjorie Schimmel, Barbara Chapman, Helen Nance, Anne Holmes, Karen Smith. Peggy XVhite. ROXV IV: Darlus Farloxv, Judy Clark, Nancy Dossett, Virginia lidyvarcls. Beryl Thacker. Sue Kasler, Jean Stokes, Jane Tansey, Donna Dicky, Janet Zink, Sandra McKinsey, Nancy Boggs. RONV V: Marion Huffer, Carol Hamilton, Judy Spray, Virginia Huffer, Libby Cotton. Nancy Mann, Shirley Lipp, Ann Kaser, Nancy Metzger, Betty McCoy, Marjorie Straus, Janet Power. ROXV VI: Carolyn Gillum, Betty XVatchbaugh, Peggy Dykhuizeu, Sheila Robison, Carolyn Holland, Nancy Morris, Mary Leopard, Carol Covely, Sandra Bricker, Grace Gooclwin, Gale Karin, Harry Boldt, Jean Godby. ROXY VII: Jane Hodgen, Kay Sheets, Gloria Thompson, Carolyn Briney, Sharon New' kirk, Phyllis Arinantrout, Nancy Scheid, Linda Hood, Sandra Donoho, Nancy Kind- ley, Phil Dupler, Connie Aughe. ROVV VIII: Donna Barnett, Sally Kinney, Nancy Jones, Peggy Ashley, Lee Evanson, Ernest Perkins. Jim Rohrabaugh. RUXV IX: Pat Ayers, Margie Scheidler, lVilfred Beumel, Danny Hayes, Bruce XYork, Jack Given, Joe Tansey, Joe Pickard, Bill Irwin, Lon lVainscott, Charles Evanson. Bill Landis. Foreign Correspondence Club ROXV I: Theresa Kirk, Carolyn Dunham, Martha Merritt, Doris Johnson, Phil Nich- olas, Jane Laverty, Tom Thompson, Sue Overman, Carol Corbett, Jack Smith. lVav- erly ROXV Harlan, Joyce Castle, Mary Edmonds, Joan Sloan. II: Jim Campbell, Mary Smith, Beverly XVinger, Bonnie Eaton, Donna Pulley, Beverly Pickering, Mary Kressel, Marcia Leader, Helen Ostler, Phyllis Conner, Nancy Johnson, Joan Murray, 'XVilma Royer, Nancy Sloan. g ROW' III: Jim Clark, Ann Hunter, Shirley Michaels, Mary Lou Chiapetti, l.ona Gos- teli, Nancy Osterhoft, Alice Geib, Sue Cox, Sally Jacobs, Janet Michael. ROVV IV: Nancy Carpenter, Larry Kelley, Bob Norman, Mary XYatchliz-ugh, Sue Sentz, Mary Palmer, Sally Clutter, Gorden Given, Jane Ferguson, Marilyn Maish. Alice Denham, Phyllis Dearth, Pat Donoho, Mary Brant. ROW V: Joyce Grafton, Marilyn Dupler, Sue Lipp, Janet Smith, Nancy Louck, Sue Farrell, Sally Clutter, Betty Christnian, Barbara Beem, Carolyn McCI'ay. ,loan Power, Jane Rohrabaugh. ROKV VI: Norman Hayes. Barbara lYalters, Dick lVerts, Pat McNutt, Dwight XVil- liams, Linda Hodge, Toni Lowe. Fred Petty. Barbara Burroughs, Mr. Farrell, Charles McCall. Home Economics Club ROXV I: Colleen Grinstead, Marybelle Robison, Rosemary Thomas, Pat McNntt, Mary Lou lVatchbaugh, Beverly Pickering, Bonnie Eaton. ROXV II: Mary Smith, Nancy Carpenter, Patricia Sheets, Ellen Reddicl-1, Farline Baker, Patty Gorman. Donna Pulley, Joan Sloan. ROXV III: Mrs. Padgett, Martha Snodgrass, Sharon Smith, Barbara XValtc-rs, Betty Herr, Joann Armantrout, Miss Shake. . RONV I: Nancy Metzger, Theresa Kirk, Nancy Carpenter, Nancy Bohr, Barbara lVal- ters, Mary Lou Kressel, Kathleen Wfainscott, Donna Forsythe. RONV II: liarline Baker, Collen Grinstead, Joan Armantrout. Pat McNutt, Marcia Leader, Betty Anson. Martha Merritt. ROVV III: Mary Mettlen, Jack Pickering, Mary NVatchbaugh, Terry Henderson, George Albaugh, Dick XVerts, Mr. Dean, Donna Pulley. D. E. Club Math Club llf HX ' l 1'1t lfsru, llmiuzi Rush, Hill 1.uurlis, liwcu Dykhuivcu, 1'z1tti Iluzuiu, ,lane 1.zu'crty, Rmlucy Hamilton, Marian Huffer, David By- L'1'5. lim Dllssttl, Miss Suurlcrs. RHXX' ll' lfstlif.-1' XYya1ult, Cluuiuiug lllickcustuff, Hill XYaiuscutt, Leu Iivziiisuii. .Mui l'u1'smis, liiclt L'wum-i', Bula Timmons, K1zu'jm'ic Sclwicllcr, .lim Cuiulms, Nuriiuiii Clear, ,lou Uuplcii NUXY lllt ,lim llcztll, .lL'l'lAj'v1,ilUrslI1. 'lim Boggs, -loc lflliott. ,lim h1Zll'- illl. ,lrw Iiiisuy, luucw XXUVIQ, 1"Z1t .'lxyl'l's. 11011 Xurtluwwp, 13111 llrzit- lull. iiulfl Suu' liamlqs prescutccl lu the x'zu'iuus sciwicc organi- zations . . . thc giltt' which cuts Ulf access to the high scluml lmuilrliug cluriug sclmul mlzuices . . . thc cfmtiuuous pupci' ilrivcs . . . thcsv are just ll few uf thc iuzmy activities which lllillit' thv Math Cluh mme of the schuol's most ztctivc cluhs. The Math Clulw was also the first Qluh tu contribute to thc fuurl for it new l". .-X. system. lluriug' thc yezu' Qzlch lllt'lllllCl' of the Cluh is helcl rcspzmsi- lmlv fm' zt repm-t ou some phase of matheiuzttics. LlllClk'l' thc zlhle supei'x'isiou uf Miss Sziuclers, it is uw inm- mlci' that thc Math Clulw is unc of that scluml's 15651-l'lI'g'IllllZL'fl vlulws. Science Club Camera Club RUN ll: NL-il liiviiiiur, -lim Nall-i'li1wl'l', llill Yzliirlwlxlvwl, lifl lumix. llzii RHXY l: llwli Nico. Suu lfziiicll. llieiifc XXwUl'li. .lzmct l:l'Ql!lL'l', -lurk fiivvii. RUN ll: Xl211'j1il'1c Stliiiiimrl, liiflc lqlllllfll, hlugiii l'nxxci', l'liil lJul'oy, XllllX l'zilmci'. IUJXY lll: llarriwii Siwiiuw. Xziiicy Iiiiilllvy, ,Inc illiiiwy. ROW' li lqllllllj' lJUl'52llll. Hill l'il'lllll'll, lilL'll2ll'll SllllNUll, lfil lfllfll, ,li liraiicr, liiwlu Riu-, fiziry licltwlmfli. llaycs, Tom Klzirwlizill. ROW' Ill: 'lim llzilcur, lizllv lizilmuiiiif, Ulu-1111 Xirliulf, Rbllllj' Nlcrrltl, L'li211'lL Roluliiiis, Clll'l'0ll Klziisli, IIN D. O. Club The lJiyersifierl Uccupations Training Program may he described hriefly as a plan for training senior high school students of em- ployahle age in a yaricty of occupations hy utilizing' thc commu- nity's husincss anrl influstrial cstahlislnnents as training' agencies. Two high school crcrlits may he carncrl each semester. one for work cxpcricncc ancl one lor rclatccl class work. A Illllllllllllll of fiftccn hours of work on thc occupational joh arc rcquirccl cach wee-kg this may hc clistrihutccl in any way rlesirccl hy the cmploycr and co- orflinator. XYhilc on thc joh. stuclcnts are hona ficlc employees anfl must assunic the rcsponsihililic-s anrl flutics of regular workers. Om- uf thc values of this typo of training' program to the stuclcnl is thc cvaluatiug of his intcrcsls, aptitude. anfl ahilitics. lt proriclcs a gradual transition from school In cinployinn-nt, flew-lops skills in a choscn occupational ficlrl. anrl at thc same tinic coniplctcs high school graduation rcquircincnts. This year. thc cluh clcclccl thc following officers: prcsich-nt. Rohf crt Shcclsg yicc-prcsiilcnt. llarolcl l'c-arcyg svcrctary. Rohcrf Hialshg lrcasnrcr, llwayiic Roush: anrl scrgcant-at-arms. black licngc. RHXX' li ,lim Rohison. Heh XYalsl1, Calvin Miuglin, lion Ifilmwncls, Don lflliott. lfric SXVl'?1I'llUl'C'll. Carl Mclutosh, RUXY ll: ,lack Hr-nge, ,lack floscwclir, Dalc Rahanus, licrniit Rogicr, l'hil Smith, Don Paflgctt, Donald Dunforcl ' RQXY lll: Don lfmlrcs. Dwayne Roush. 'll-cl lfonflra, Thoinas XYalflcn, Boh Shocinakcr, Frank Camp, Kurtis Thonias. IQUXY IY: Rohcrt Sher-ts, licnc Thoinpson, Rohcrt Donoho, Harold l'cai-Cy. ,lim XYilso11, ,lim Beals, liclwin kioopcr, Mr. XYaync Shockncy. i i lil E. ,.,.... .Hi , . . 4? Q lm Orchestra l'l'lllllilOl'l lligh Schmils +i1'clivst1'z1 ciiiitiiliiw in grim ulicl tfirm :ui iiitcgrzil part uf the scliiiiil aczulviiiic imigi'ziiii :mil iwulwliq 11-lzitiuiis. 'llhv pcrsuiiiicl this your cmisistcrl will l.XX'L'lllf'-llllll' strings. lllllk' ix'mifvclwi1irls. six l5l'ZlNS. zliifl tum pi-rciissiiiiiisis. 'l'hu String Clmii' cwiitziiiiefl two quiiitcts, tlirclu triiiw. :mil ri iiiizirtvl which xx'u1'lu-fl lu- gvtlivi' "zil'lc'i' limits" til pi'c-pziiw fin' Ill'UQ'l'2llll5 tri lic gixvii iii :mil :llmut the city . The lfli'clicst1'z1 this yezii' gave' limi liulilic Ciiiiu-i'Lfg :i ciiilxiicnliiiii cuiicwtg zuifl 21 Cliristnizis pi'ug'i'zuii zmil playvfl fm tha' Sa-him' Clam Play: aiicl for llafcalziiiwziu- ziiirl LHiiiiiiiviiceim-ii? 1-xl-iwisw. 'l'hc fui'ly-six iiic-iiilwiw mel lwu rlziys l-zicli in-cle iii thc iic-xx' iii'clivs1i'zi riioui in llmvzlrcl llall. 'lihc' String section met lin- flziys czifli xxx-vli. lt is thc aim uf the iiigaiiizziliiiii iiul mily In i-iiciiiiix-Qc giiiifl musicizmsliip ziiifl ll1St1'l1l1lClltE1l tccliiiiqiiv. hut Lilsu til Imiiiiolc ll liet- tci' l1llflCl'StZlllCllllg' ziml zipprecizuiiiii of gwifl iiiiific llii-iiiigli puhlic Cc,iiicc'i'ts ziml eiiscmhlv zippc'z1i':iiicvs lwlim' sciwicc- Kll'Q'1llllZfl.l.lllll5 iii this commimity. I . I F r Staccato ROW' I: Sharon Dunham, Phyllis Abner, Beverly Pickering, Carole Culp, Donna Pulley, Betty Anson, Ther' esa Kirk, Marcia Leader, Lona Gosteli. Helen Nance, Carolyn McCray, Sue Overman. ROW' II: Mary Spurgeon, Pat Hemmerling, Carol Cox. ,lean Stokes, Sue McKown, joan Zink, Phyllis Sheets, Marilyn Lipp, Mary Kressel, Anne Holmes, XYilma Royer. ROXV III: Alice Hart, joan Maish, janet Smith, Miss Cooper, Barbara Cooper, Donna Barnett, Pearl Lipp, Mary Leopard, 'Sharon Smith, Pat Gorman. Crescendo ROW I:: Gary Robertson. Lynn Jones, Tom Ham, Bill Cook, Channing Blickenstaff. Jack Carroll. Don Ed- monds, Danny Hayes, Gene Emery, Ronnie Ehrie. ROVV II: Frances McClain, Chuck Smith, Lee Evanson, Richard Hinton. XYiltrecl Bfeumel, Phil DePoy. Dwight VVilliams, Gerald Swanson, Bob Timmons, Calvin Minglin, Don Padgett, Jim Kraner. ROXV III: Jack Herr, Charles Haynes, jim VVheeler, Jim Rimmer, Terry Ilenrlerson, joe Elliott, George Ginn. Harry Spencer, Jim Bailey, Don Oliphant, Bob Daywitt. Choir ROXY I: Mary Smith, Anne Holmes. Theresa Kirk, Donna Pulley, joan Zink, Sue McKown, Martha Snodgrass. Sharon Smith, Sue Oyerman. ROVV II: Beverly Pickering, Pat Gorman, Lona Gosteli, Betty McCoy, Marietta Parker, jean Stokes, Joan Maish, janet Smith, Carolyn Mc- Cray. ROXV III: jack Carroll, jim Kraner. Bill Schooley. Norma McKinsey. Mary Leopard, Pat Hemmerling, Carol Cox. Ramona Tull, XYilma Royer, Carol Culp. ROXV IV: Eric Swearingen, Don Greeno, Dave Thompson, Dwight XYil- liams, Harry Spencer, jim Rimmer, Charles Robbins, Bob Daywitt. Don Edmonds. Joe Dunbar. Yi D111111 Major ,loc lflliott Band This fk'Zll' was ll husy' Ollt' for the scveiity- llXl' picca- llllllfl. lll'l4Il'f' the lllL'llllWCl'S hurl CX'Cll lic-0111111 ZlL'CllrU'b1llL'fl to schoul again. they wen ll'ZlIlllllllQ' up z111cl clmvii Stott lficlrl przicticiug llillllnltlfllli llll' thc footlmall gziiiies. The hz111cl 11lz11'1'fl z1t 1ll tht I11111 2 1 ic gaiucs, :111rl 11lIl1'CllCfl i11 111'111'1s1- I111'111z1t1U11s. The hzlfkc-tliall scz1s1111 follmvccl i111111c-fliatcly 1111 the ht-vls ot thc g'l'lCl s6z1sr111. The l7?Ll1Cl'S lllillll 11111-1 nm- at the gauies was tu c11tc1'tz1i11 .1111l wc ull liiioxx' that this 1121s zlccoiiiplisllecl. lhe Zlllllllill M111-XX111tc1' :111rl Spring' C011- .,.g 1111, llllflCl' thc flircctioii 111 1-Xcleii li. l,Ol1l'A 5 were g'l'C2ltlf' 11111111-ciz1tecl. The seiiifirs fea- llll'Cfl i11 thc111 alsii 111z1flc Z1 guml sl1u11'i11g. I lic l,J15t1 int ' ' 1 Zlllfl Iwtatc Snlu z111fl l:,IlSCllllJlC ciilitests 111'm'cfl tu hc 2111 i111p1'11't?111t w.'c11t this ltsl, E l c1'11- llzi - fl lllt'11ll1Cl'S uf thc cl1o1'11s. 111'cl1cst1'z1, Zlllfl llilllfl ElltC'llClC'll thc district C011- ' 'V'-eig'l1t attciirlccl the State at utc. Majorettes Pearl Lipp, janet jones. Janice Catrou. Marlene Posey. Helen Namco. x 556 XYQ salute t11v 11111sicz11 o1'g'a11iz:1' tions fm' t1lC'11' g1'z11111 s111111'i11gs 11115 year at the co11tcs1s. Kccp 1111 1111- good 11'111'1c 1 1"1l'rl 1.101111-1111111 1 11'11111111111111 . 1111111-1'1 '1111111111111x 11111111 x12lv1411' , ....,,,....,. .,.. . I1-u 1'i11lU11 1:11'N1 1.11-11t1-1121111 1111'11M1 ,. .. ., HQ-11'gv 1111111 l 1.Qi1lV1il1I-1 ...,.. ,.,..., . , K, , , ,P 1111-k, 1wll11g5 Band Cgntestants and Gfflcefs 1'11'r1 5k'I'Qk'21I11 ... .. 1 1l21I1111llg 1'111C1'ik'llNI2lI1 74111111-111 l'1,111111r11-1' , ,. , ,.. 1,1-Q 1fx':111x1111 Sk'Cl'k'1Ill'j .,.,. .. 1'L'2il'1 1.11111 RUN' 1i 1111111 11'x1111, 1111111 X1z11s11, N1Zl1'11jl1 111111. X1:11'j111'1n- Slfllllb, .1k'IAUIlC 1,111sLtt, Sue Far1'e11, 1711111121 1311-141-y, LA111'111 1lz1fl'11cy, NLll1l'j' Cux, firacc 1l1111c1w111. IQHXY 11: XX'11111'1'w1 Y11111, I'11y111f 1,.Ul'lllt'l', -1L'2lll 1211111113 1x2lI'U1 1-11'z1111111c1, X1EiI'11j'll Maish. Shirley SXYL'2il'1llML'l1. 1'11y11ix ,-X1111u1'. X1:11'1'1:1 1.1-11r1v1', N12lI'j' 1.1m 1i1'uvc1, Xu1'111a lint. RHXY 111' 1'11y111x S111-mx, llutty 11151-11, 1.1-Q 1'fx'z111fo11. .-X1111' 11z11't, LI11'-,11y11 Mavity. x12ll'1L'1lC 1'11SL'3'- .111'W1 ,1Ul1k'N, 1,211 XL-1111:11'1, Xllllfj K1111'1'1N, -111111 1Jy1'i111l1ZCI1. Suxiu .1t'llI1CT, 1.1'1111fc Frazier. 1411-XY 1Y1 .ixllll R1-111-1, X1:11'y 1X11x1111. 1.1111 iXl1.l1 1i11l2, X1:11'11y11 XYz1111sC11t1. Huverly Hcfflcy. ,12lII1l'L' QQHYFUII. Q11ZlI1Cw 1',Xll11NU11, -1:11-14 11L'l'I'. 1lxx:11'11c 11121111111 1011 112lll1, RUXY Y: 1Qur1111'y 11:111111t1111. 11L'4'!'1L' H11111, C11z11111111g 11110141-11N1z111', -1Zll1L'I Mcfray. C1111Ck S1111111. DHIHU' 112111-5. H-111 1311111-yy 11111111 51111111 1.2l1'I'j' KQ115: IUPXY YI: l':11 ,Xu-1w. 1,k'Il1'1 111111, 111-11411 N1il1k'L'. 1911111111 112ll'l1k'1l. X1z11'j11r1c Sfllcidlcr. jack Kellogg. 14'1ll1 11111:-X, -11111 xY11k'L'1L'I', 1'1111 131111111111 IQHXY Y11: -121111-1 1'-1'Il!1l'1', X:1111'y F1111-1f1. X.ll11'j' 111110, IH-ggy 1Jj'1i11ll1ZC11, ,X1111 F1S11L'1'. L-?lI'01j'1l XICCFZIX. 1'iN111k'l' XX-52111111 "George XYa5liington Slept Here." ll three- act comedy. was presented this year by the senior class nncler the rlirection of Mrs. hlolin Reclnion. Patti Uoune was stnrlent director. and slie was assists-cl by Doris johnson. SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST Newton Fuller .. .-Xnnalnelle Fuller . Mr. Kimber Steve lilclrimlge .. Madge liuller .. Kiltie ...,.... Mrs. Uouglznf .. lflziytmi lfvzinf . . Rena. Leslie ,. . Hester ,.... RZlj'1l'lOlNl .,.. l'nCle Stanley .. Re--'-fett an lfllllllllk' llugln-N ,. Sue lziarringtnii M155 NX ilfon ..., Mr. l"res1'ott ,,.-A ., vlaeli Kellogg ., -lane l-ax'erty ., -lilll Dossett . . . , ,lim Comb, ,.. Sue Mclinwn .. Phyllis Abner ....,... l"ez1rl lnpp ....,,... Lon XX':iil1seutt ullllk' F11 -1. cl Delores Barber liwen Dyklinizen ,lim Rnliralmiigli l.ee l'iY2lllsuII .. lfrneft l'erkinh Beverly Pickering . Martha Merritt .. Doris -l0l1l1Siul1 Lileutix llllfilllllilll - I 5 , 1 Q me , 2 X 'fmg X pf Qu ka Ld a XT" sf- 'FN Q li F ' ig 3: Rm. -.SYM 1945? FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT llevelopxlu-11t . . . l.L'Zl1lL'I'5hilJ . . Sl701'tSlNfllIShil3 . . . 'l'cz11u wm'k . . . Emupzmicmship . . L4UIl1Dt'litiOU . . . Kcspcmsibil 1 , N! 1 ity . . . Lklyillly . . . Respect. i ,. ,, ,. ,.,,,,,,.. iw ,M Q 5f':sI" 2 Rs 55 Coaching Staff and F Club IQHXX' I---lirhlic lx R. ' w ' ' VHIICI' Ford, llnrxxiu Dick. aynluml RUl11'ahaugl1, ,lim H:1l1lxx'ir1, XYilbur L-llllllllillx mx jun R1 ,Q-nf, .Inn Dowutt, 11111 Rlcllntmblm, ltrnest l':-rklnf. Bull 7 XYz1i1ncwtt, bill Sullivzm, ,luv I'ickzu'fl, ,Is-1111 Korn, Dau- 'l'lwn1paou. IUJIXX' U--,lcr1'3k' Ilavvy. lJux'xx'i11 llivk, Phil tbhiltifk, liflclic IQHIOII, Ricllard I.0ckc. -lun Lmulvf, hcorgu Klum, Dah' XXX-irlzm, ,Ive Cuppy. Harold F-tral ROW' III-Lmvcll Swopc. Bula BVHIINUII, joel Stornmf, Bob Sheets, Lon XYain5cott, jim lm Lcwis. Tom ROIITHIYEIIIQII, jim Hump, Ifmlrlic Ruclm, Gale Ka' . ,Q :sb WW., ,i,f.Q-m-'W s 1 , Before thc Mooselu-zu't game this yezu c Moose lmclge :xml cle-rlicula-cl by ilu local clmptux' of the Mouse lmclge. this fine new SCOl't'lbUZll'Cl was fllmatecl lg THE 1951 EAULDRUN REPORTS THE FACTS AND FIGURES OF FRANKFORT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL - FRANKFORT, INDIANA . .Q rs gina... e a -- s N' U we S R -3 9 Wis- vs1'u- -- Q- -' us-ww use Q1 t Q u -- i -K s ww g ss Q as , grew.: F, s' RUXY I-jerry Davey, -lim Cmnhs, l.on XYainscott, -loc l'ickartl, Phil Ferguson, lfverett Sparks, -lim Dos- sett, l'hil Chitlielc, -lnnior l'erkins. RUXY ll- 'jim Boggs, licltlie lnnis, Fred l'etty, George tiinn, Dale XYL-itla, liflrlie lfaton. ,lohn Pope, Har- oltl Strange, -lim Rolirahaugli, 'l'om Rohrahaugh, -lim Hailey. RUXY lll --lim Iialrlwin. Hill l.2il'lI1lUl'L'. Bob Bailey, Max Clark. ,locl Storms, john Kern, l.on'ell Sxyope, T Richard Locke. ,loc Cnppy, lxicharrl Hinton, XYalter Forrl. RUNY lY-Rirliaril XYerts, Bill lrxyin. james Martin. Marvin Roth. lilclrecl Suits, Dong Boggs. Varsity Football Tlirougli football. character, minds. and boclies are built. tiirowth begins in the embyronic stage of freshman foot- ball, where the player learns how to "take it," and studies the funflainentals. In reserve football all that has been :tssimilatecl thus far is put to use. The competition be- comes stiffer nowg growth continues, as the players spe- cialize in their best positions. Yarsity football. the last step, uses only those who have survived the screening' out of the previous years. The speecl of the game rleniancls mental agility. The hotly contacts and constant training' improves one physically. Gentlemanly conduct promotes high nioralsg all these are essential to the sport. Do you remember that wonderful feeling' after the gang took the opener from Richmond, 7-6? . . . Hawks couldn't get started and took the next one on the chin at jeff . . . lloys annex second win of season with victory over county rival. liirklin , . . l.og'ansport scored too many touchdowns as they overran the Xighthawks . . . Repeat performance-Tech was too much for us, although the game was ninch closer than score indicated , . . liriday thirteenth-liof komo pulled away as Hawks lost fifth X.C.L'. contest . . . Moose- heart, the Notre Dame of high school football, had a good night- nuf sed . . . Nightliawks racked XYest Side and Marion games up in the wrong' column as season closed . . . Results: two victories. seven defeats. The characteristic spirit of the Xighthawks continued into the last minutes of the season, as the seniors played their last game gloriously even in defeat. i I 1 ' 'lat .,., ' Li. ..fL..i., . s 3 ' If E i ' A 8 W A . 2, -4 di s 'it I ni lu M it-KN A A ., l Y . ,A t I Vg , H l ' 1 Q . X fe ' . 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RQXY l-Charles McHalc, flames Eaton, Phil Keever, CllZl1'lCSROOt. Phil Bailey, james Dorsam, jack XYessel, James Stogsdill, Clayton Snyder, Phil Bramlenhurg. Don Parker. ROXY ll-Roger Taffliuqer, Keith Benefield, Frank Starr, Denny Smith, Tom NYilson, Bill jones. Larry Hall, jim Bricker, Richard Ogden, john Gearhart, Richard Baker, Larry XYrig'ht, ROXY Ill - james Siegfried, Tom XYard, Bob Hackerd, Dariel Ped- igo, jim Bowles, Al Colgrove. ,lim Llm, Allan Shurr, Boll Bai- ley, Larry Huffer. ROW' IX' - jerry Kringle. Paul Kilian, Ronnis XYhite, Sam Camp, Larry Small, Bob Laverty, XYillis Turner, David iiriffis, lid Hunter, 'lim lYyneken. lhis vear's freshmen team enjoyed a very successful season. Although their schedule was limited thty proved themselx es very eapahle of handling' their oppuiieiits. 'liheir season record included victories over Kirklin. Leh- anon, and -leil uf Lafayette. Kluch is expected from these gridders in the future. Eighth Grade Football ln this their first year as high school gridders the eighth grade foot- hallers compiled a very impressive record. There victories included a vvin over 'left of Lafayette and Kiiklin, and in a return game the eighth graders dropped a one-point decision to Kirklin. Frankfort Fighting Five .-Xrouiicl the early part of NOX'Cl1llJL'l' 1 Nlllltflfll 1111111 to 11uN 1 1 lioop suspcntlefl ten fcet from the fl1,1or on 1 llllllxlhfllfl N1x1tpN N zictioii-packcrl months, haskcthull. with itN long 1 1 N 1 lklllllll fancy rlrihhling. skillful passiiig. spet-1l. ztog NN N N N 1 light. This ye-ark llot Dog Llllil1tt'l rollcrl up 1 tiwlitilile llL0lll of lfi Xltltlllt 1111l Nix 1l1 tents. lhis. alonv' with its fighting' spirit 11111x1rl11l lr111kt111t i11ll111x11N 1 t zthout. Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort lrrzmkfort Frankfort lfrailkfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frzitikfort FI'2ll'llil'OI'l Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frzuikfort Frankfort Fraiikfurt Frankfort D -hi -111 -lf? 112 -ll -lf! -lll 71 SH 115 -ll -N DJ 5-l 511 56 -ll fill 52 Llrawforrlwillc . Iiokomo ...... NllCl1fNH.ll City .. Logaitsport . l.Cll2lllOll ..,..... liifliauapolis Tech l,2lfZlj'CtlQ -It-:ff .,. Tipton .,... l.211f2lj'CflL' ,le-ff .. l.c-hanoii .,., NCW Castle Kokomo . Rossvillc .. Anrlersoii .. l.ogz111Nport ... Richnioiicl .. Marion .. Nliiiicic ., ,ilu 3: 37 -XS -lll -ll SZ .ill -15 -Lil 34 54 Sl :Z 4-l -ll 44 511 Varsity Squad Coaclietl by the Nff. Coach of the Year. Xxvlllxrlll' Cum- mins. the rletermiiit-cl zmml spirited Hot lltmg Figlitiug Five cztpttirecl a tie for ffmrth zmcl fifth place in the North Ceu- trztl hitbl1fE'l'C1lCL'. lftlclie lQllCll. ,loc l'iCkzti'rl. Dave 'l'htmipstm, :tml Holi Sheets, along' with the N.L'.C'. all-star foi'wztrrl, Hill Sullivzui. lmwt-fl to he Caliztlult' uf knocking' tiff zuiyuiie. Althotigli thret- st-uiors will grztcluzite from the IUSU-1051 first five, the court- mt-ii will he N.ff.Li. title cmitt-iiflt-1's ut-xt st-usmi, with sex'- erztl i't-turiiiiig varsity lt-ttermt-11 ztiirl il htist of talent from this yt-z1i"s I'6S1'1'X'l' squzul. Again this yt-ui' tht- lliit Hugs eiiiplrvyt-cl tht- zum- :lt-fc-use tw :iii ZlClX'Z1lllZlgAl'. ztltlirvugli :iii ticcztsitiliztl vc-iittire into at pres' sure alt-feiise pi'm't-fl successful. llesifles it gmail rleft-msc, the llut Hogs possesserl at ht-ttei'-tliaii-ax'ei'zig't- uffeiist- XYhile using' the fast lm-ak zmrl Z1 hall-control type of uffeiise, the I-'iglitiiig' lfivt- plztct-rl liill Sttllivan aiirl llztvt- 'liliumlwsmi first :tml st-cmifl. i't-spt-ctivt-ly, iii the Nurth Cie-iitrztl limifereiict- Nfl UVIIIQ' l'1lCK'. RUXX' l--f-lim Cuiiilis. ,lorry Kilvssill, Phil Chittick. RUXX' ll --XYilliui' Liummins, ,lim Lewis, Dave Tliotiipsmi, Bill Sullivan, Meredith NYaiiisc0tt. Darwin Dick, ,lim lit-litsclilc-i'. ROXX' lll-'lim Mcliitwsli, lfflrlie Ruth, ,lou Pickard. ,live lflliott, Hill XYard, Bob Sheets, Toni Rohrahaugli. i I E 1 I , I A5 ttwuriiziiiieiit time mllefl zirouurl, the Hut Meigs haul gzliiietl enough prestige to he rzmkerl seventh in the state and to he picked hy severzil spo1'tsw1'ite1's tu gn all the wily. Everytliiiig' was perfect except that 2111 tmlri nemesis had heeii m'e1'l0okeclfRossx'illc. The Figlitiug Five was humpefl nfl' in the sectional finals. Althoiigli failing' lu win the stzite. the Hot Dengs flicl not fail tu Cilllfilllll' that ulcl i:l'21lliifUl'l lrziclitioii of fig-in zmfl CHlll'ZlQ'L'. B Team Basketball ROVV liJOClStOl'l11, Bob Bailey, Don Greeno, Dick Locke, Gene Emery, Neil Conner. RQXY ll-Harold Strange, Dick Bak- er, David Robertson. George Ginn. Joe Armantront, ,lim Bailey, Don Reigle, Charles Haynes. Freshman Basketball ROW' l--Gorman Pierce, lid Servies. Carry Robertson, lYalt Smith, Don Heaton. Phil Nichols, Fred Camp- bell, ,lim Nlustin, ROXY lleDaris Thurman, Don Kort, Pete Eaton, Larry Shaver. jack Tay- lor, Jerry Bates, Phil Dnpler, Noi'- inan Spaulding. Eighth Grade Basketball ROXY ll-Allen Shurr, Frank XYells, Jerald Thomas. vlimniv Dorsam. Larry Huffer. ,linmiy Eaton. ROW' ll-Larry McCoy. Bob Bailey, Charles Root. ,lim Howe, Bob Lav- erty, Tom XYilson. RUXY lll-'lerry lirengle, ,lim Llllll, john Garhart. Varsity Track ROW' I-john Kaser, jim Combs. Joe Pickard, Bill XYainscott. junior Perkins. Meredith XYainscott. ROXV II-Phil Chittiek, Don Greeno, joel Storms, Fred Petty, Neil Lfonner. Bob Rogers. ROW' Ill-Eddie lnnis, Dorwin Dick. Bob Sheets, Coach Dorwin Dick, Blaine Godsey, Cleatis Harsliman. Richard Locke. Track is one of the most popular sports in the field of athletics today lieeause all of man's natural actions. running. juniping, and throwing. are used in the variety of activities. .-Xfter all the excitement of lmaskethall was over for F.H.S.. and the first signs of spring' weather rolled around. Coach Dick lwegan OIAU'EllllZillg' the l'l5l edition of the Blue Illazes. 3 Following the appearance of the first rohin, the l-Slue lilazes were found preparing themselves for the oneoining' season. XYhen- ever the weather was disagreeable. the squad worked out under the pruteetive roof of Howard liall. Htherwise they sought the more spacious confines of either Case or Stott Field in which to work out the kinks. Highlights of the year were the Howe Relays held in the lndiana University Fieldhouse on Mareh 2-l. Their meets were the Frankfort Relays, the Attica Relays. the Central lndiana. and the largest meet of all, the X.C.L'. meet. This was the first time this large speetaele was ever held at Stott Field. For the first time dual meets were held with Sli1n'triclge of Indianapolis and Attica. As usual, hleff uf Lafavette was terminated with the sectional at hleff. the rewfimial was in Klishawaka, and the state meet was held in Fr indianapolis. Cross Country Bill Sullivan, Donald Reagle, -lim Mclntosh, Ge-nc Emery, Neil CUIIIIEY, Norman New- hart, Dick Pollctt, Joe Arm- zmtrout, Mcrcllith NVainscott, Dorwin Dick. Freshman Track ROXY I -- Mary Rulmcrtmm. lrlliff' RCl.lUl'lJllsll. -lim Mus- tin, Nk1l'll1Hll Newlmart, Dave Dick. ROXY II -- Dun Iiort, l'l1il Duplur, -lim Ostf:1'l1ofl', l'ctc l'i2llOll. lJcXY:1ym- llflllltrll. Eighth Grade Track RUXY lflf-uh Bohr, Ricllarcl Ogden. -lolm llarlmrt, l.2ll'A ry Parkur, llurulcl Cunlmlg- lmm, Rllylllklllil Klzlttlwws. RUXY ll -- -I 0 I1 n Arlzuuf, l.21l'ry Small, Bulm l.ZlYCl'lj', l,lllZ:ll'lL'S Root. Rugul' Tuf- fliugur, XYillic 'lNlll'llCl'. 2 , .,.. . ' ROXY l-Dalc XYeirla, lfcltlic Ruth, Bill Sullivan, jim Mclntosh, jim Dossctt, liclrlic Raton, HarolclStra11gt-, ROW' ll-Millzircl See, jerry Davey, Dave Thompson, -lim Bailey, Bob Branson, Jerry ClO5SlIl,.llI'I1 Lewis, Phil Nichols, XYillJur Cummins. ROXY III-Bill Yaiiderkleed, Tom Lowe, Don Reagle, George tiiim, Gorman Pierce, Bob Bailey, john La- Dow. Baseball spring rolls Zll'OLll'lCl the magic xvorlcl of hztsehall oilcu again fills thc air. llascbztll has come flown through tht- yours as one of .AlllCl'lCEl'S most popular sports. This year, as in mzmy ya-urs past, Couch Cuiiiimiis put our team, thc Blue Sox, through thc-ir first rlrills iusiclc l'lOXVZll'f,l llall. As thc weather clcztrccl thc hoys move-fl to tht 'l'.l'.A. l72ll'li dizimoml. ivliertytlicy put in mzmy streuous hours of prac- tice. lloivevcr, these practice hours pznicl oft' us they movecl through tht- schcflulc- lllC'Cllllg' still' vompctitioii from llllll' other North LiCl'lt1'Zll Coiifcrciice teams, plus l.a-hzmou zmfl fl'ElNYl-HI'llS- ville. This year thu scheclulc L'OI1lQZll1lCfl six home tilts with five being played away. XX r In 1020, zxflc-1' thu fire, Thmf high school huilrli11gh:1fl rm VSIIIIIIIILWI x':1l:u- of 55147.- l-I3.3rr. 'llnlzly it is 1-slilnzllwl in he worth 3B237.S47.U6. THE FRANKFOBT HIGH SCHOOL IN ITS Tennis XX'a1'1n weather alirztys renews interest in tennis. This sport has groxrii in popularity tlwougliont the high school :incl Coni- mnnity flnring the past few years. All schools in the North Cen- tral Conference non' have rzrrsity tezuns. and this year Mr. Rohra- liztngli seheflnlecl eleven nieets for the tt-urns. Golf Holt' is at COllll3Zll'lllYL'lj' new sport in this high school, The lezlin niet zill of the other schools in the North feiitrzil Confer- ence this year hefore closing' the season hy heing host to the Big 'lien int-et, .Xfter three years of eoinpetitioii the hoys receive their sXXl'Zlll'l'N. ROXY I-Bill Brenton. jim Clark, Bill Clark, Roger Rohison, Pete Dupler, Toni Tlnnnpson. Larry Slmrer, -lun Uowrier. Huck Rohra- lxaugli. RUXY ll -David Robertson. Ilzrvt- Byers. vloe Dupler, Dick Pulley, .lim Beall, -lim Nash. Lhzirles Smith. Gale Karin. john Kern, Toni Martin, -loc Arniantrout, ,lim Martin, Toni Rohrahangh, Renny Merritt, Student Managers Tlwse l'1'll1111's, tl111 stuclcnt 111z111:1g'c1's. z11'1' ZllXX'2lj'N Oll the job 111 l1-111l lll1C'll7- ing' l1z1111l 111 thc t ea 111. The tasks they p111'f111'111 z11'1- 11111111-1'1111s :1111l 1:1- rierl. 'I'h1- llllSllllg' I1e1'os z11'1', l'1'1'1111 I1-ft lil! right: .lim li 1- ll t SClllL'l'. -Ii111 R11g111's. Phil l"111'- g'11so11, 211111 lltlll 'l'l111111ps1'111. Yell Leaders lt's :1 l'11Cl that 11' I1 Q 1' 1' 1' 6 1' 11111 Nig'l1tl1:111 ks :1 ll cl thc' H Ot l'll1'1g's 11'131'C. t l1 1- s 1- fig- ll 1' G s 11'1-re I1 l s 0 near, 111'gi11g thc' ICZIII1 1111 XYllL'tllCl' Ill X'lClUl'j' 111' cle- feat. 'I' l1 6 1' z11'1'. from left 111 right: lDOll1l2l l'11ll11y. Sue llY0l'lllZ1ll. Hill XY21i11sc11tt. Bevel'- ly XX 1 ll F1611 211111 Sl1i1'l1-1' lXIicl1z1els. 'T' p wus,--1 ' l , 1 l 1 l 11 K 15' . Girls' Physical Education 5- I ff , : r ,gbx 1, t XYitli Z1 g1'0wi11gA11eefl for physical as well as mental ability, girls have lmecoim- niurc iiitwestcfcl in sports. gaiucs, clanciug, g'yll1llZlS'flCS, and nizmy other forms of activitics uifcrecl in the Phi sical liclucatioii classes. 'lille classvs are unfler the zilwlc- supervision of Miss l.0uiSC Lvliew nml Miss Sally Foster. XXI- can lrutlifully say that Physical liclucation has rlonc much to' lmilcl up the miucl anrl borly of each girl. llaskethall, yullcyhall, smcccii liasclrall. anml ring lc-nnis arc all in cluclccl in the girls' claily scln-clulc. The girls flreaclecl thc cmning uf winter anrl lnulccil l'urwarcl lu tha return of spring, when thcy cnnlfl journey to Case lfielfl. llc-re the girls Qnjoyccl outfloor actiyitics unflcr tln- sun. llhyyical lifliicatifni fliil not Gnd with the ringing' of the four rfcloclq hell. Many girls cnjuycml themselves playing haskethall tunrnainents whirli were helml aiu Schmml twiCC weckly tlll'UllQ'llHllf thc yvar. vi' may ,.... ,.,-..,..-,qv s , E E 2 . f e i i x Q + dim NO SMOKING FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT ADMINISTRATION I-IND STUDENTS I11 trugtlon I11e11cI I1111 III p11 1111 LIIII X 1 tlmn If LI 111 Illl I e1cIL1 Imp Ill 1 Llllflll A .W W H, 'IS" T ' 111 Il L1 r I 1, 1 1 I 5 U I Il 11 .. ,mmm --lq H - - 11 ..-1 4. x.x.. .. - ,...... ,, .. , 511111111 111111111 . . . 1Q111JCl'1 1Qx':111. 11'k'll5111'l'1' . . 1411551-11 1x1-11111, 1111-51111-111 . . . L 1:111111- ..1:1xf1111 M'L'1'l'1Ill'f' . . . 5:1111 XY1111111'111'li. N11IN'1'11'I1t'1l414'111 5 R111 5:1111 31. 11111111- 1'111f, s11pe1'i111e11c1e11l 131- se11oo1s, enthusi' z1sticz1115' 1'1'COg'l11ZCS 11111' needs H1111 1101-S his best to keep the system f1111eti1111i11g s11100t111y :111c1 pro- g'1'ess1x'e1y.111e 1'1'ie11c11i11ess 211111 sin- cerity ufp111'11oser1is- plzlyecl 115' 11111' super- i11tQ11111-11t 211111 school 111111171 permits stu- 114' Il 1 i111111'ove111e11t Cl111Q111'C1y, pl1ysier1l1y 111111 s11e1z111y, fs Mr. Howard L. Crouse has com- pleted two years as leader of our school. He freely gives his time and energy to students of hoth junior and senior high. He directs our school with lore-thought and judg- ment keeping' in mind the future needs of the students. The tone of our high school is displayed hy the line leadership ol' our principal. Here are some well-known people of F.H.S .... Uma Heaton, Dean of Liirlsg Raymond Rohrahaugh. Dean of Boysg lYayne Chegg, As- sistant Prineipalg and Dale Shanks. Truant Officer. livery pupil comes into Contact with these persons sev- eral times in his high school career. They enthusiastically help and ad- vise problem-laden students. wxfs N0 ug- Um' Social Studies Dcpart- im-nt includes Social Science, lX'urlcl Hixtnry. :incl lv. 5, llihtory classes. Tlicsc clziwcs :irc nftcii the scenes of mm- iiig iliscunioiis on ClII'l'Clll cw-nts. As we rcacl, the cvcutx which comc- lmforc uf liclp ny In coiiiprelicml xxlmt is lI2ll1llClllllQ1 toflay. l'l1cac in- flructuix :irc XXVI-ij'llL' 12:1-gil. llxirulil lizirilctt. Rolrcrl Hxilv ncy, liilitli Hinmzin. Ilinrwiil Dick, :incl Rziyiuinifl llulirzi- lxsiligli, 'l'cz1clic-ix mlm :irc pictiircil licrc, Hililzi li Q L1 1' ll N. l.1ll'l'j l':1i'I'cll. Rlilflllil li U cl in 1+ il. liOl'llUIl lYiwu, aml lfrlni Nlil, lcr, tcacli zi variety uf xulv- jcctx , . . lfilglisll. jlYlll'llIlllNlll. Latin. :mil flflillllillkk , , . :ill incllulcnl in thc lfllglixlu IM-- pnrlinciil. 'l'l1c ftiirlc-nts gain an wmv uf l'C5lJllllNllhllllj in mccting clczulliiicx . . wlictll- cl' in juliiwmlixiii ur 1ll'2llllZll.lt'N . . , xxllilc l.:itii1 tczicliu- ilu- lllIl1l1llllClllillN UI Illilllj' -wl nur lll'k'Nk'llI alsiy' lzuigiizigcx lliimc licinniinicf :iml Imlm- trizil coiirwcx prcpzirc stuclc-nts fm' iutiirc lmiiicinukiug uuil Nkillcrl lzilmit 'l'l1e NlllflL'lltN :iml ilutriictmx of thc-ec cwiiixcf lmvc lvccn an ziifl to tllc Nocizil liiiiictium :mil extra-ciiiwiciilzii' zictiviticf of our aclwml, 'lilic tcziclicrf of ilu-sc mlvpartiiu-iitx :irc ll c t t 3' Shake, XY 21 5' ll c Slmclcncy, lQ2iIlll'j'll Klimicr, ll, R. Hlimk, Mullin liulgqutt. -laiucs XYvlty, Clizirlcf lYi11- tcm, :mil ,lanicx Uzivix, These teachers of the English and Foreign Language De- partments stress such things as the fundamentals of grain- mar, reading, and memoriza- tion which are so vital in a student's high school educa- tion. l'hrough Spanish we learn the language and customs of our southern neighbors , . . and lroni speech classes we ac- quire ease while speaking be- fore the public. Those respon- sible for this instruction are Coy XYoocl, Ona Heaton, Lo- rene Crr, James McMurtrey, and Hattie Campbell. Math classes teach us to use our minds logically '... not only as we ponder theorums and square roots, hut in every- day life. All types of math from General Math to Plane Trigonometry are included in F. H. Sfs Mathematic De- partment. In this group are Della M. Sanders. Howard Pace, Mary May, James Baldwin. and Doris Knox. Students acquire their phys- ical gr o wth from athletics and planned gym courses .... They also benefit from the fundamentals of health and safety which are taught hy XYalter Ford, Louise LeHew, XYilhur Cummins, and Sally Foster. 1 . ti he , , , . 1 . , . 1 ,, , . 1 eeeo . 1 , 1 1 E .,.,., , 1 . FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT FRANKFORT HIGH IN 1951 Howard Hall was financed in 1922 by the ad- vance sale of five-year basketball tickets to the amount of 317,000.00 The first school in Center Township was a log cabin built in 1829. This is how the nuniber of students enrolled in F.H.S. has grown in 50 years: 1900-1901 ..... 262 1929-1930 ..... 664 1912-1913 ..... 386 1939-1940 ..... 739 1920-1921 ..... 517 1950-1951 ..... 919 Central Building' was erected in 1915, and Science Hall was added in 1936. TWELFTH YEAR 1111- i11st1'uCto1's 01 1110 music 111111 art f161J6l1't1'11Cll1.S are Aden Long, 1JElllClQ .Axllll L' 0 0 p C r. C1lOI'LlS and eighth grade art: 1'12ll'l'l611G21llLl1J. artg Elllll Ber- t1's111c1 L a ll g 11 O ll. orcliestra. 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'1'hc teach- crs 11'sp1111si1111- 1111' 11115 pre- lPHl'211Ol'j' 11'z1i11i11g are Carl liclclwr, 1'z1111 1.mw, 1'z1111 X'YZll1 S11'cz11'i11gc11, l':I'llL'h1 U. 112111- gcr, 211101 Klarifg Xvilll Horn. Senior Class SENIUR is a word like a signal-the signal of a bell closing our high school career. One hundred twenty-five students proudly wear this lofty title. As ambitious underelassnien we walked through inueh dreary confu- Siong but the zenith, our senior year with all its glory has COIHG at last. Five years have passed, each providing social development as well as scholastic growth. Wie have become a part of F.H.S. and it a part of us. Making' our Junior Prorn-"Eve1ii1ig in Paris"-a great success, the sensation of witnessing the first honieeoining, that unique visit to 'lYe Olde Bavarian Cafe"-Hi-Y Dance, the thrill when .our basketball teznn left the floor victorious, trying our luck at show business in the Big' Broadcast, and the Senior Class Play-these experiences have bound together the class of 1951. ' President of the '51 class supplies the facts . . . other leaders supply the fig- ures . . . Phil Chittielc, presidentg Nan- cy Camp, vice-presidentg Judy Clin- gan, treasurerg Joan Zink, secretary. l'l1yllis liilccn Almcr George Allen ixllliillgll Batty Delores Altim- lflizalrctlr N. .'XllFUll .lOHllll Delight Armzultruut lfarlinc Frzmcir llakcr Margaret Dcluruf liurlmr ,lvrry Max liartluy -lackic l.cc llcngn' NHIICQ' jams liulrr Rulwrt -loc lirzumul Xyllllillll lluuglzav Hrultmr Uavicl Luc Hyurs Frank Cznup Nancy Sm' Llklllljl Carolyn Sus Ciifl-ull Nancy Sm- L-HI'llL'llll'IA Phil Lf Clmitlick Norman l.luyfl Clem' ,lurlith llZlI'Olj'Il flllljlilll ,lack lflvin L'le1s5in ,lorry lTl'Z-llll-illll L'ln5Qi11 james Robert Cmnlww Theodore XYarrcn lAOllIll'2l gm--A 7' 15 wgffi ,, .r BH ' ' :rl ii Sis- EE 'Q' 2. ,wx 1 A, X YR . X f' Q X f . :.- 'WN ,Punt fa as M. I wg, ' tit l ' 495. oft Richard Lee Conner Carol jo Covely Carole Arlene Cox Carole Jane Culp blames Norman Dossett Dorwin L. Dick Patricia Ann Doane Donald Ray Dunford Sharon Ross Dunham Lee Forrest XV. Dupler Gwendolyn M. Dykhuizen Bonnetha Esther Eaton Donald Edmonds Gilbert Lee livanson Donna Lou Forsythe Patricia ,loan Gorman Robert Lee Green Colleen ,lane Grinstead Donald XYilliam Grohe Losey H. Hackard Helen Elizabeth Hailman Rodney Devon Hamilton Beverly Ann Harlan Shirley Ann Harland 12111165 li1'c1'ctt H a1'111o11 Clcatif lf. 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Ralmzinus Doyle Reader Francis Miller Reid. Ir. .lznncs lfreclcrick Rviitfcliler jams, XYiIlmr Robinson Kermit Francis Rogicr Jimmie Lee Rolirahatlgli Delorca Maxine Run Dwayne xxviiilfl' Romli Otis Fdmonrl Rncli Norma -Ican Saltnnzm XYiII'rQrl S2illIxlDCl'I'j' .'Xnncttt' Sclsrct- Pliyllix l.ynnc Slit-ch l'l1iIlip XYilcy Smith Ifvcrctt Sparks Ricliarfl Kfurth Slinwn Larry A-Xlfiwtci SIUIIIS XYilliani ll. Sullivan Muna Luc Swopc Curtis Roy 'IiilUlllZl5 Rusemary Tliolllzts Patty Lon Tlitniipaoil Marrlclla Leu 'liurncr Janice Yan Tylc Marijanc Vinson liilliu Gene XYainscott 19.3, 35' rf ' 19 'K- tfff ' I kv! .0 -. M Q , is . if ,MV N, .3- E 1 FN fill 'S' .A XNWY -1 1' rg, lQ,x ?e Kathleen lYainscott l.on C. XYainsc0tt Robert Arthur XYalsl1 lzlarlmara Ann NYalters liill XVard Mary Lou NY:1tCl1l1angl1 Dale Alden XYcicla, jr. Rin-llarcl Forry XYcrts Dale lfclgar XYl1eel61 Esther Aileen XYyanclt ,loan Kay Zink M:n'jm'ie lfllen Yarns Janice Mclntyre lfmlwin FOODCI' Senior Info ABNER, I"I'IYI,I.IS lfII.EEN4I,ilJe1'al Arla--Halicl, Spanish, Stavczitw. SllllSIlll'IE', Orclicstra, Band Con- tcst. AI,BAl'f,lH, IEEURIQIC AI,I.EN--'XYitIul1'awn, Navy. Al.'I'IL', BETTY IDIiI.1.JR IiS-l'Ill5lllL'SS'mSllllilllllfk ANSON, N. liI-lZAliE'I'H-Lilmcnil ArlysQrclies- tra, Banfl, Sunfliinc, Latin, Staccato, IJ. E, Club, Big Bruaclcast, I'rum Kluiiiinittce, Banll Content, National Hmmm. ARMAN'l'ROI"Il, ,IUANN DEI.IliH'I'-Home Eco- llUlllICSYSU:1CL'2iIU, SllllbIlll16, IJ. If. Club, Home Ev Club, Prom Cmninittcc, Choir. BAKER, EARLINIQ ITR.-XNCES-Il-unc Econom- ics-Honie EQ Clulv, Sunshinu, ID. E. Lfluli. BARBER, MARISARIYI' DELORES-I.ilme1'al Arts -Spanish, Snnsliinc, Fureigii L'1wr1x-hlmmicleric:-. BARTLEY, JERRY AIAX--IiL'llL'l'ZlI. BENGE, JACKIE LEE -Illllllilfliil' AID, O. Qliilx. BOHR. NANUY JANE-Biisinufv-Sunshine, D. E. Club. BRANSON, RUBICRT I0If-XYitI1clraw11, Marinas. BRATTON, XYILLIAM DOLWELAS - Scientific- 'I'e-chnical---Ili-Y, Camera, Caulclron Stalf, Sciencc, Math, Prom COIIIIHIIICC, Ffmrcnsiu, National Honor. BYERS, DAVID LEE -- Scicntific-Technical-'I'cn- nis. Spanihli, Hi-Y, Math, Caulclrun Staff, Home Room Officur, Iforciisic, Iforeigii LlOI'l'C5P0llLlCllCU, Big' Broaclcast. CAMP, FRANK-XYitliclrawul, Navy. CAMP, NANCY SUE-Liberal Arts - Cauldron, High l.ife, Latin, Forensic, Sunshine, Foreign Cor- responds-ncc, Big Broadcast, Class Officer, National Honor. CARLSON, CAROLYN SCF-Business, General Sunshine. CARPENTER, NANCY SCE-Home liconomic -Spanish, Home lic Club, Sunshine, Foreign Co respondence, D. li. Club, High Life. I. CHITTICK, PHIL C. i Liberal Arts-Forensic, F Club, Hi-Y, Spanish, Student Council, Class l'resi dent, Football, Basketball, Track. CLF.-XR, NORMAN LLOYD-Scientific-Teclinical --Math, lntra-mural Basketball. National llonor. CLINGAN, ,ll'DI'l'll CAROLYN- Liberal Arts Sunshine, Forensic, Spanish, Student Council, Hin Broadcast, High Life, Cauldron, From Connniltcn Class Officer, National Honor. CLOSSlN,, -I.-XCR ICLYINH- General- - lntra-niural Basketball, Hi-Y, Baseball. CLQSSIN, JERRY FRANKLIN--Scientific-'liech nieal- lli-Y, Baseball, Basketball, Rlath, lnlra mural. COMES, 'IAKIFS RORIfR'l'-Scientific-'l'cchnical- Student Council, Forensic, National Honor, Span ish, Basketball, Cauldron. Football, Track, Class Pr esident, Home Room Officer, Hi-Y, -lim llrown Football Award. American Legion Award, Scicnct Xlatl 1, Senior Class Play, Big' Broadcast. F Club. CQNDRA, 'lilllflJlJORlf XYARRFN - llcneral IJ U. Club. LUNNFR, RlCllARlJ I,lflf--Scicutific-'l'echnical Math, Tennis. CIJYICLY, CAROL -IU - - Home lfcononrics -Sun- Shine, Foreign Correspondence, Big Broadcast. CON, C.-XRULIC .'XRLlCNli - Business- Sunshine, Staccato, Foreign lifn'respondencc, l'roni Connnit lcc. CCLl', CARULF ,IANE-Business-Sunshine, Sta- cato. Home Room Officer, Forensic, Prom Com- mittee. IJOSSE'l"l'. JAMES NORMAN - Scientific-'l'echni- cal-Student Council, Math, Foreign Correspond- ence, Forensic, Latin, Hi-Y, Football, F Club, Baseball, High Life, Cauldron, Senior Class l'lay, National Honor. DICK, DORXYIN L.-Liberal Arts--Basketball, Na- tional Honor, Track, Forensic, Spanish, F Club. Student Council, Hi-Y, Cauldron, High Life. l'rom Committee. DOANF, PA'l'RlClA ANN-Scientific-'l'echnical-- Sunshine, Latin, Foreign Correspondence, Science, Forensic, Hand, Orchestra, Math, l'r0ni Commit- tee, High Life, Home Room Officer, l'refcct Coun- cil, Senior Class Play, National Honor. IJCNFURID, IJUN RAY --- General- Latin, ll. O. Club. DCNHAM, SHARON ROSE - Liberal Arts--U11 chestra. Sunshine, Staccato, Latin, Cauldron, llome Room Officer. lJL'l7'LliR, Llilf FORREST XY- Scientific-'l'echni- cal-lli-Y, Cauldron, Math, Latin, Forensic, len- nis, From Connnittec, First and Second Year Latin Awards, First Year Spanish Award, Big' Broad- cast, National Honor. IJYKHCIZICN, UXYICNDOLYN MARIIQ--Liberal Arts-Sunshine, Science, Forensic, National Honor, Latin, Foreign Correspondence, Home Room Offi- cer, l'ron1 Committee, Big Broadcast, Math, High Line, Student Council, Senior Class Flax: FIATUN, l3fJNNli'l'llA lQS'l'HliR-Home liconom- ics-llome lic, Club, Foreign Correspondence, Sun- , 1. .lnne IQQJMUNDS, DONALD - lndustrial Arts-D. O. Club, Crescendo, Hoys' Choir. ICYANSUN, l2lLBliR'l' Llilf-- Scientific-'l'echnical --Big Broadcast, Band, Orchestra, Crescendo, For- eign Correspondence, Latin, Prom Committee, Solo Contest, Science, Speech Contest, Math, All-State Orchestra, Forensic, FlJRSY'l'l'lli, DONNA LHC -- General Sunshine, D. li, Club, Student Council, l'rom Committee. NORMAN, l'A'l'RlCIA JUAN- -Home Fcononiics Sunshine, Home lic. Club, Staccato, lLRlilfN, RUHI-IRT Llfli--Industrial Arts, f.RlNSl'li.-XD, CULLICICN DIANF- -llonie l'it'Ull0Ill- ics-Sunshine, IJ, li. Club. llROl'llf, DUN.-Xl.D XVILLIAM-licneral -Ili-Y. IIACK.-XRD, LHSICY H.-lndustrial Arts-Ili-Y, ll. lf, Club. IIAILMAN, IIICLICN lCLlZAl5F'l'lI - lit-ne i'ii l-- .Sunshine llAKllL'l'UN, RUIJNICY llIQYONwScicnlific-'l'ech- nical-Orchestra, Spanish, Big' Broadcast. Foreign Cozrespondenqc, Xlath, Cauldron, Forensic, Na- tional Honor. Il.-XRLAN, ISICYIQRLY .-XNN - liusincss-Sunshine. Spanish. ll.-XRLAND, SlllR Ll'fY ANN-Husiness Sunshine. I Foreign L'orrcsiiondence, lrom Committee. STRANGE FACTS AND UNUSUAL FIGURES VMWHWE ,,,, , no ,M N, ,,,,..Q:r, . C 1,1 f - , I z, ff' K if '. -g A ' , ,'- 31 ,A A ' .AJ"ai ,YQ ' ' ' f' , . ' 5:5 " 'ff' :fi ' 51. 'J ,L f .. A "S 11395 'K' Q' Q A- 9 SE: . ' 4" T i f-f- 3751, Fsc z.. -R 5 ,. .V TE, -M - . T 5 V .1 Q .Af 1Y' .-- f - A F 53 gl ,fl 1 sf ' P-1 JY" :og .Q yn. 'Q W A "5 J L.: L: gif.-:'inif3,-352355 A M Q -, M 1- is-, J .V . i f-zktgxhz-H 1 X V X- I , l. Thutotalvalucoflf1'u11lsfo1't5choolCity 4. If one person could have all the time property is Sl,U85,205.S5. 7 . - . , -. AXL thv llll, CfJ1'1CCSSI4Jll Slilllfl 100 relic that i5 spout iu tar4li11es5 in 1951 he wou Q have a six-week vacation. N ol uolgw xxp-ru :old all the lwlll' homo football 5. The l71'zL11lclo1't lfiglltiug lliw rzlclicfol 113 gzuucs. l Jlf points in thc regular 5ca5o11'5 :schcdule 3. 'llllCl'k' 2111- ll? of thc SlllllClllh lll l7.ll.b. who Gill their lunches in the cafetcria. HARMON, JAMES EVERETT S Industrial-Stu- dent Council. HARSHMAN, CLEATIS E.-Liberal Arts-Track. Spanish, Hi-Y, High Life, Student Council, Intra- mural Basketball, Senior Class Play, Home Room Officer. HAYES, PATRICIA JOAN -- Business--Forensic, Latin, Sunshine, Prom Committee, Science, Forensic Scholarship, Orchestra, Band, National Honor, HENDERSON, TERRY LEE S General--Spanish, Band, Crescendo, Hi-Y, D, E. Club, Math, HOLMES, RICHARD KENNETH - tieneralfD. E. Club, Hi-Y. JOHNSON, DORIS IRENE - Business-Sunshine. Home Room Officer, Foreign Correspondence, Sen- ior Class Play, Cauldron. KARM, GALE COLEMAN-Liberal Arts-Tennis, Hi-Y, Spanish, Foreign Correspondence, High Life, Latin, Home Room Officer. KELLOGCS, JACK L.-Liberal Arts-Band, Orches- tra, Hi-Y, National Honor, Forensic, Senior Class Play. KIMBLE, JANET SUE - Liberal Arts-Sunshine, Spanish, Foreign Correspondence, Big Broadcast, Home Room Officer, Class Officer, High Life. KIRK, THERESA ANN-Iieneral-Sunshine, Stac- cato, D. Prom Committee, Choir, Orchestra, District Solo Contest, Home Room Officer. KRESSEI., MARY LOC-Liberal Arts-Sunshine, Latin, Foreign Correspondence, Staccato, Orches- tra, D. E., Band, Band Contest, Prom Committee, Science, Big Broadcast. LAVERTY, JANE-Liberal Arts-National Hon- or, Forensic, Class Officer, Big Broadcast, Spanish, Prom Committee, High Life, Sunshine, Math, Stu- dent Council, Senior Class Play, Forensic Award, D, A. R. Flag Award, American Legion Award. LEACH, KJLENDA SUE--tienerab -Sunshine. LEADER, MARCIA ANN -- Liberal Arts----Latin, Sunshine, Staccato, Foreign Correspondence, Band. Pep Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, Big Broadcast, D. E. Club, Band Contest, Prom Committee. LEMEN, GENE EDXYARD-XVithdrawn, Marines. LIPP. PEARL MAE-Liberal Arts-National Hon- or, Band, Forensic, Sunshine, Staccato, Class Offi- cer, Spanish, Student Council, Prom Committee, Cauldron. Big Broadcast. Senior Class Play. MANN, DELORES BETH-General+Sunshinc. MARSHALL, TOM LEE-General-Hi-Y, Home Room Officer, Camera, Student Council, Intra- mural Basketball. MARTIN, JANE ANN - Liberal Arts-Spanish, Sunshine, Foreign Correspondence. MATHEXVS, DELBERT EUGENE - Industrial Arts-Student Council. McCRAY, CAROLYN - General-Staccato, Band, Sunshine, Choir, Band Contest. McINTOSH, JAMES KEITH - Industrial Arts- Hi-Y, Basketball, Baseball, Cross Country, F Club. McKINZIE, NORMA LOC-Business-Class Offi- cer, Home Room Officer, Prom Committee, Sun- shine, Staccato, National Honor. McKONYN, SUE CAROLYN-Liberal Arts-Sun- shine, Spanish, Staccato, Foreign Correspondence, Choir, Big Broadcast, Senior Class Play. McMULLEN, EUNA MAE -- Business--Sunshine, Foreign Correspondence, Tennis Club. McNUTT, PATRICIA ANN-- Home Economics- Home Ec., Big Broadcast, Foreign Correspondence, Sunshine, D. Prom Committee, Band Singer. MERRITT, MARTHA CAROL - Liberal Arts- Home Room Officer, Sunshine, Staccato, Latin. D. Prom Committee, Choir, High Life, Foreign Correspondence, Senior Class Play. METTLEN, MARY JANE-Business-D. Band, Orchestra, Latin. Sunshine, Prom Committee. NIETZKSER, NANCY FERN-Business-Sunshine, D. E., Prom Committee, MICHAEL, JANET BELLE-Business-Sunshine, Foreign Correspondence. M I LLER, T HELMA JEAN - Business-Sunshine. Cauldron, Big Broadcast. Home Room Officer, Prom Committee. MINGLIN, CALYIN XVAYNE--XVithclran'n. NORTHROP, BOB-Scientific-Technical-Math, D. E., Latin, Science, OSTLER, MABLE HELEN-Home Economics- Sunshine, Staccato, Spanish. OVERMAN, SCE CAROL - Business-Sunshine, Staccato, Foreign Correspondence, Big Broadcast. Student Council, Choir, Forensic, National Honor. PARKER, MARIETTA - Home Economics--Sum shine. Home Ec., Staccato. PEARCY. HAROLD RICHARD-Industrial-Bas ketball, Track, Cross Country, F. Club, D. O. Club. PERKINS, ERNEST HERMAN, JR.sGcneral- Football, Track, Basketball, Hi-Y, Latin, F Club, Big Broadcast, Intramural, Home Room Officer, Senior Class Play. PHILLIPPO, ROBERT GENE - Business-Golf, Tennis, F Club. PICKARD, KENNETH JOE-Liberal Arts-Bas- ketball, Forensic, Football. Track, F Club, Latin, Hi-Y, Foreign Correspondence, Big Broadcast, Na- tional Honor, Home Room Officer, Prom Com- mittee. PICKERING, BEVERLY CAROL R Home Eco- nomics-Home Ec., Sunshine, Staccato, Foreign Correspondence. PICKERING, JACK NVARD-General-D. E. Club. PIPPENGER, JACK-Industrial. PLETCH, PATSY ARLENE-Home Economics- Sunshine. PULLEY, DONNA MAE - General - Sunshine, Staccato, Foreign Correspondence, Student Coun- cil, Yell Leader, Home Ec., Choir, D. E., Home Room Officer, Prefect Council, Big Broadcast. RABANUS, DALE M.-General-Camera Club, Hi- Y, D. O., Intramural. REEDER, DOYLE-VVithdrawr1, Army. REID, FRANCIS MILLER, JR.-Industrial Arts. RENTSCHLER, JAMES FREDERICK - Liberal Arts-Hi-Y, Spanish, Camera, Student Manager. ROBINSON, -IIMMIE IVILBLIR - Commercial- Track, Football, Latin, Foreign Correspondence. D. O. ROGIER, KERMIT FRANCIS-Industrial-D. O. Club. ROHRABAUGH, JIMMIE LEE-Liberal Arts- 'National Honor, Forensic, Crescendo, Latin, Span- ish, Hi-Y, Foreign Correspondence, Big Broadcast, Home Room Officer, Senior Class Play, Sallie M. Byers Contest, High Life, Football. ROSS, DELORES MAX I NE-General-Sunshine. ROUSH, DXVAYNE NVALTER-Industrial Arts- D. O. Club. RCCH. OTIS EDMOND-General-Hi-Y, Camera. Basketball, Baseball, Student Council, Home Room Officer. SALTSMAN, NORMA -IEAN-Business--Sunshine, Latin. SAULSBERRY, XVILFRED - Scientific--Technical -Math, Science. SEBREE, ANNETTE - Liberal Arts - Sunshine. Spanish, Cauldron, High Life, Forensic, Home Room Officer. SHEETS, PHYLLIS LYNNE - Business - Sun- shine. Staccato, Orchestra. SMITH, PHILLII' XVILEY-Scientific-Technical- Spanish, D. O. SPARKS. EVERETT-Xvithdrawn, Cialion, Ohio. STINSON, RICHARD CURTIS-General-Camera. STOMS, LARRY ALFRED-General, SULLIVAN, NVILLIAM H.-General-Hi-Y, Bas- ketball, F Club, Baseball, Student Council, Cross Country, SNVOPE, MONA LEE-Business-Sunshine, Band, Staccato. THOMAS, CCRTIS ROY-Industrial Arts. THOMAS, ROSEMARY-Home Econon1ics-Suu- shine, Rekamemohs, Prom Committee. THOMPSON, PATTY LOI'-Busiuess-Sunshine. TURNER, MARIJELLA LEE - Busin - Sun- shine, Cauldron, Home Room Officer. VAN TYLE, -IANICE-Business-Sunshine, Home Room Officer, Student Council, Class Officer, Big Broadcast. Prom Committee. Cauldron Staff. YINASON, MARIDIANE -- Business--llome Room Officer, Foreign Ct.wrrespondence, Sunshine. XYAlNSCO'l'FlI, BILLIE GENE-Scientific-Techni- cal-Latin, Math, Hi-Y, F Club, Foreign Corre- spondence, Big Broadcast Emcee. Track, Student Council, Yell Leader. XYAINSCOTT, KATHLEEN - Business--Sunshine, D. E. Club. XYAINSCOTT, tQoN C.-Commercial-F Club, Hi- Y, Latin. Football, Student Council, Student Man- ager, Foreign Correspondence, Home Room Offi- cer, Senior Class Play. XYALSII, ROBERT ARTI'IL'R -- tieneral-D. O. Club. XYALTERS, BARBARA ANN - llusiness-Sun- shine, Home Ec., Foreign Correspondence, D. E. Club, I'rom Committee. XYARD, BILL-Shop-Basketball, Baseball, Hi-Y. XYA'l'CHBAI'tiI'I, MARY LOC-Home Economics -D. E. Club, Foreign Correspondence, Sunshine, Student Council, Home Room Officer. NYEIDA, DALE ALDEN, ,IR.-Scientific-Technical -Latin, F Club, Hi-Y, Ilome Room Officer, Stu- dent Council, Football, Baseball, Prom Committee. XYERTS, RICHARD FORRY - General - D. li. Club, Latin, l'rom Committee. XYHEELER, DALE IZDGAR-Liberal Arts---High Life Staff, Latin, Chess, Foreign Correspondence. XVYANDT, ESTHER AILEEN - Scientific-Teclv nical-Forensic, Staccato. Latin, Sunshine, Math. Cauldron Staff, Prom Committee, Orchestra, Big Broadcast, Orchestra Contest, Forensic Award, Na- tional Honor. ZINR, 'IOAN KAY- Liberal Arts-Latin, Foreign Correspondence, Sunshine, High Life. Prom Com- mittee, Cauldron Staff, Big Broadcast, Class Offi- cer, Staccato. YARNELL, MARDIORIE ELLEN-Business-Sum shine, Band, National I-lonor. McINTYRE, 'IANICE-tieneral. cciolflilz, EDXYIN-tleneral--D. O. Club. ii I iii 552, hL.fi w.Ypg Tfg if LA.. Fw 5 5 n 5 E n lunior Class Q ' ' Ea'1r?e5i'- I , y as il V it .....,,, i .1 XS.. . 1 . 1 -v ' xv, W ,, '- .91 , ' x J 2 T gg 3 . t Ib . fi 13,5 f ,Qu 5 mfg lj- "" f 3 ' v. X 1 . YE ww . -if 4 N i it K X y 4 fi X Lf, -. r if an 4,5 E m 4 f I llilly .Xrlitmlrl l'eguy Asliley' Xlziry ,Xtwt-ll li!ll'1Il .Xyers l'at Ayers ,lun llgilscr llarry lloldt Donna liarnt-tt Ronnie Beall Jim Beall Jim Beals Lillian Beard Channing Blickenst ,iff Nancy Blystone 'liliuft' who lt-d the class of '32 through an outstanding' -lnnior year are. left to right: -lerry Davey, presidentg llonna Barnett, secretary: Nancy lilystone, y'ice-presi- tlentg and hloyct- tirzifton, treasurer. 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Row 1 Mary Smith Sharon Smith Dan Snodgrass Dave Snodgrass Martha Snodgrass Janet Sl'IiClCl' Row 2 Harrison Spencer Mary Spurgeon Mary Starr Barbara Stinson Jean Stokes Harold Strange Row 3 Joe Tansey Barbara Thomas Marion Thomas David Thompson Jean Thompson Bob Timmons Row 4 Ramona Tull Carolyn Underhill Don Vernard Dixie Werden Carol West Roger West Row 5 Pat Whiteman Dwight Williams Roberta Wilson Bruce Work Winifred Yuill Glenda Zerfas Row 6 Robert Donoho Eric Swearingen James Wilson Gene Thompson Lucy Camp Sophomore Class 5 V Z -Pi 1 'ti' m 1F -.iq I.. George Ginn, president: Sur Farrell, treasurerg and Nancy Louck, secretary. Roni III-Betty Butler, Marjorie Baker, Wilford Beumel, Betty Boyer, Barbara Boyer, Donald Altic. Row II - Barbara Burroughs, Barbara Beery, Carol Brammell, Judy Clark, Carolyn Brant, Jimmy Campbell. Row I-Janet Brammell, Catherine Bartley, John Ashton, Mary Chiapetta, Milo Carlson, Corene Baker, Joyce Castle. Row III-Shirley Donoho, Nancy Dossett, Donna Dickey, Phil East, Sandra Donoho, Ronald Davies, Jack Ewing, Darlus Forlow, Gene Em- ery, Mary Edmond, Phyllis Conner. Row II-Carol Corbett, Mary Lou Conklin, Pa- tricia Donoho, Johanna Eller, Phyllis Dearth. Dick Baker, Lois Dixon, Phil DePoy, Alice Denham. Joe Dunbar, Patricia Dunford. Row I-Janet Frazier, Janet Davis. Bill Boose, Virginia Edwards, William Cook, Sue Farrell. Shirley Forney, Neil Conner, Sue Cox, Carolyn Dunham. Row III-Alice Geib, Norman Hayes. Donald Greeno, Don Gunyon, George Ginn, Blaine God- sey, Charles Haynes, Ellis Hall, Betty Galla- her, Row II-Jack Herr, Jean Hayes, Danny Hayes. Waverly Harlan, Grace Goodwin, Dick Hinton, Marjorie Frazier, Bob Harmon, Phyllis Green, Row I-Gordon Given, Kathryn Goodwin, Paul Harmon, Linda Hodge, Larry Guest, Carol Hamilton, Ronnie Good, Beverly Heffley, Alon- zo Galey, Arlene Haslet. Janet Frazier, vice-president' Row III-Sallie Jacobs. Edward Innis. Richard Kaylow. Phil Isgrigg, Ronnie Leach, Shelia Kriel. Row II-Lois Kaser, Shirley Lipp, Ann Hunter. Jerry Languell, Nancy Kindley, Sue Kasler. Don Kite, Shirley Joiner. Virginia Huffer. Row I-Carole Jenkins, Nancy Johnson. Lloyd Huffer, Berta Irwin. Jackson Lipp, Beverly Howe, Donald Houze, Pat Lambert. Row III-Dorothy Lowe, Renny Merritt, Sandra Murphy, Eddie McKinzie, Eula Livengood. Marcella Morris, Francis McClaine, Marilyn Maish. Row II-Mary Jo Myers, Norma Miller, Carol Loeffler, Jim Maxwell, Nancy Mann, Nancy Mclllwain, Dick Merrill, Virginia McCray. Row I-Lavona Meeks. Tom Lowe, Jerone Lip- sett, Richard Locke, Shirley Michael. Charles McCall, Nancy Louck, Marilyn Mitchell, Jack McElwee. Row III-Dick Pollett, Fred Petty, Phyllis Pear- son, Robert Rader, Marilyn Pence, John Oli- phant, Tilda Norman, James Rallas, Dick Pulley. Row II-Joan Power. Annabelle Primmer, Don- ald Riegle, Frances Newberry, David Robert- son, Phyllis Reed, James Nash, Barbara Prick- ett, Donald Reid. Row I-Phyllis Reef, Richard Olermiller, Emma- line Payne, Mary Palmer, Doug Boggs, Bon- nie Pruett, Carolyn Reed, Earl Newbold, Patra Redman, Wayne Newhart. Row III-Bill Skaggs, Shirley Swearingen, Ger- ald Swanson, Nancy Scheid, Robert Rogers. Jerry Stevens, Jane Tansey, Joe Sneathen, Barbara Saulsberry, Joel Storm, Margie Straus. Row II-Eldred Suits, Marjorie Schimmel, Frank Sanders, Judy Spray, Myron Roth, Barbara Stinson, Robert Shelley. Jane Rohrabaugh. Row I-Sandra Stoms, Patricia Sellers, Patricia Sheets, Carol Street, Eddie Salisbury, Helen Smith, Nancy Sloan, Janet Spear, David Rus- sell. Row III-Kay Tull, Donald Toney. Jim Wheeler. Wilbur Thomas, Patricia Thomas. Row II-Joe Walden, Marilyn Wainscott, Mere- dith Wainscott, Suzanne Williams, William Van- derkleed, Gloria Thompson. Row I-Becky Thacker, Margaret Walker, Beryl Thacker, Larry Wright, Beverly Winger, Janet Zink. Ei f'R 502 oo I, T' Qi , 1210 ......, , v .. . ,..,.. 1 f., 1 S 3 . 1 z X 1921 R 3 Z ,f:C:4"'.'f'-:wsu-Pls:-I.-.1 ,. , 3 Z M02 ,..,. , A.-U. A .1 . x sq, 1 : -M1 5 If 1 i- 5 f ' Q . 2 S '1 ' t - . . , X ..V...X .. A, .. l ,. . 5 1 yr, IH. Thm- cz1fQtc1'iz1 sc-was 11CZll'lj' 114111311 meals i11 El school 5'CZll'. 7. The SesquicQ111e1111i21l I7I'flg'l'2l.l1l was 21 hig' success flue to the pz11'ticipz1tic111 of schools. N. The three husvs of I7.ll.S, l1'z1x'cl 24,840 miles taking' stuch-11ts to aml f1'1m1 school in il yn-2111 1 5 . , T E E I ll. X Zll'lllll5 lll""Zllll!lllUlls XXAUTC' VR' ill K F- 111 tha lWkslIlllLL'IllL'lllllU.l llZll'fl4lk' hx' tluats ' , llf1llt'fl lll thc' halls Qing l'11u11tz1i11s 10 Iwc11Lv-1l11'cc 1l1'111l of 1'I1.S. 'lllk' 'lfk' All. Freshman Class Peggy Dykhuizen. treasurer: Dewaync Grafton. vice-president 1 .Inn Osterlioff. secretziry: Phil Nicholas, president. Row III-Barbara Beem. Jerry Bates. Sharon Best, Darrell Boggess, Mildred Bougher, Mary Kay Brant. Row II - Edith Black. Donnie Albitz, Nancy Boggs. Tom Ayers, Connie Aughe, Bob Allen, Della Caldwell. Row I-Billy Barber, Elizabeth Bogan, Don Bo- gan, Sandra Bridgewater, Jimmy Brittain, Patty Camp, Kerry Breeze. Row III - Betty Chrisman, Jim Crane, Mary Chatfield, Thomas Curl, Nancy Cox, Fred Decker. Row II-Sally Clutter, Jim Clark, Karen Chap- man. David Dick, Elizabeth Crider, Kenneth Davis, Sue Campbell, Richard Castle. Row I-Janice Catron, Norma Jean Cast. Alden Dixon, Mary Cunningham, Howard Cooper, John Clark, Betty Clements. Row III - Pete Eaton. Phil Dupler, Charles Evanson, Patty Good, Jan Downer. Everett Donoho, Charles Downey. Row II - Phil Donoho, Carolyn Gillum, Fred Campbell, Carol Gaffney, Ronald Durbin, Peg- gy Dykhuizen, Pete Dupler, Joe Ewing, Ann Fisher. Row I-Jean Godby, Ronnie Forsythe, Marilyn Everman, Melvin Dunham, Shirley Galey, Johnny Coffman. Barbara Ferguson. Chester Clinger. Jane Ferguson. Row III-Bessie Harr, Tom Ham. Patti Harsh- man, Lois Hackerd, Jim Hoyer. Virginia Harris. Row II-Jane Hodgen, John Hackerd, Shirley Harper. DeWayne Grafton. Mabel Hinton, Claudius Howe, Patty Guntle. Row I - Robert Hitch, Sondra Hicks, Buford Haney, Lola Gunion, Jim Huddleston, Mary Hamilton. gd, Row III-Patricia Kirk, Bud Louks, Bill Lipp. Nancy Jones, Wayne Deeman, Richard Jeg- gers, Phyllis Lipp. Row II-Patricia Lewis, Norman Latlen, Joe McCoskey. Don McGuire, Sally Kenney. John Johnson, Esther Leach. Graden Loveless. Row I-Janet Lucas, Joe Keever, Patsy Kyle, Don Kort, Carolyn Laughner, Larry Kelly, Janey Mc,-Cray. Ostler, Jim Row III - Phil Nicholas, Bertha Osterhoff, Gorman Pierce, Julia Moore, Jack Pitman, Beverly Moore. Row II - Marlene Morris, Bob Pollett, Charles Norman, Nancy Morris, Jim Mustin, Sandra McKinzie, Patty Newhart. Mast, Phyllis Row I-Marilyn Morrison, Larry Meneely, Rose McIntosh, Jake Martin, Nancy Meiers, Nor- man Newhart, Phyllis Neher, Jack Marsh. Row III- Janice Redman, Charles Saltsman, Roseann Scott, Don Sanders. Joellyn Sharp. Row II-Patricia Reed, Edward Servies, lVIari- lyn Rader, Larry Reed, Ellen Reifel, Sheila Robison. Row I-Anna Sanders, Gary Robertson. Laberta Sears, Shirley Sharkey, Roger Robison, Mar- lene Posey, Janet Power. Row III - Pamela Smith, Chuck Smith, Taylor, Walter Smith, Kaye Smith, Don Shir- ley, Jimmie Thompson. Jack Row II-Jerry Smith, Karen Smith, Larry Sha- ver, Dickie Smith, David Sheets, Judith Still- well, Dick Stevens, Barbara Snodgrass. Row I-Kenney Sparks, Sandra Sheets, Donald Thompson, George Thompson, Norman Spauld- ing, Kay Sheets, Kenny Smith, Jack Smith. Row III-Laura Thompson, Bill Wheeler, Jaro- lyn Williams, Shirley Wilson, Maxine Young, James Davis, Kenneth Vinard, Donna Watkins, Row II.-Shirley Weymer, Darris Well, Carolyn Wallace, Daris Thurrman, Peggy White, Tom Whitehead, Lorita Uitts. Row I-Janet Tribbett, Jane Wheatley, Konnie White, Nancy Unroe, Jerry Warren. Betty Watchbaugh, Calvin Wallace. Eighth Grade Row III-Barton Kleinfeldt, Rosemary Latshaw, Joe Branagin, Ronald White. Arlene Cee, Bob Bailey, Donna Derringer, Denny Smith. Row II-Janet Jones, Claudia Carlson, Louanne Vanderkleed, Arlene Heier, Phil Brandenburg, Virginia Davey. Mary Anson, Sue Conant, Al Colgrove. Row I-Lynnie Cronkright, Louise Frazier, Su- san Jenner, Ann Robey, Frank Starr, Linda Brammell, Sandra Conklin, Wilma Elliott, Gloria East, Lou Ann King, Row III - Larry Hall, Larry Breeze, Charles McHale, Larry Hickerson, Edward Hunter, Bob Laverty, Spencer Futrell, Lowell Henry, Darrel Pedigo, Nancy Hedgcock. Row II-Phillip Bailey, Ruth Woodard, Shirley Skaggs, Donna Joseph, Joan Best, Patty Lipp, Sharon Storz, Miriam Weimer, Sandra Palmer. Jim Dorsam. Row I-Billy Graves, Nelda Baker, Vader Fish, Beverly Ginn, Linda Ottinger, Virgene Dunn. Goyle Johnson, Julia Van Tyle. Bill Jones, Row III-Janice Suit, Raymond Mathews, How- ard Maish. Shirley Reppert, Willis Turner, Larry Small, Jimmy Ulm, Eugene Vai-ner, Roger Taflinger. Row II-Fred Penton, Alice Kerns, Mary Gainer, Barbara Morris, Larry McCoy, Mary Jane Scott, Miriam Miller. Mae Parsons, Martha Gains, Mose Spray, Row I - Jim Wyneken, Dianne Kay Mackey, Richard Brandon, Bobby Bohr, Paul Kilian. Richard Ogden, Warren Leonard, David Ehl- ers. Billy Smith. Row III-Billy Galvin, Jerry Kringle, Jim Howe, Frank Adams, Layia Rising, Donald McKinzie. Carl Allen, Jimmie D. Siegfried. Row II - Lula Shanaberger, Thomas Oglesby, Judy Schenck, Dick Wright, Marie Rallas, Wal- ter Harmon, Jerry Julian, Charles Hemmer- ling, Neva Cox. Row I-Ruby Higinbotham, Dale Saltsman, Janet Ham, Anita Thompson, Nancy Hicks, Von Parker, John Gierhart, Colleen Silence, Har- old Cunningham, Paul Butts, Dixielee Watkins. Row III-Allen Shurr, Richard Henderson, Frank Wells, Eugene Dalrymple, Jerald Thomas. Gerald Camp. Row II-Bruce Taylor, La Rita Roth, Frankie Stuard, Elaine Walden, Larry Camp, Sue Louck. Jim Bricker, Jullia Nall, Edwin Lam- bert, Maverine Rogier. Row I-Richard Baker, Linda Peterson, Connie Pierce, Patty Davis, Bob Hackard, Beverly Dolan, Jean Young, Ronald Eaton, Keith Benefiel. Row III-John Trewatha, Sharon Donoho, Sharon Fitzsimmons, Charles Root, Loretta Dearth. Larry Isgrigg, Melba Rimmer, Gary Ricketts. Row II-Ruth Camp, Tommy Wilson, Janet Rob- bins, James Bowles, Connie Teeguarden, Ben- ny Bartley, Janice Sheets, Oscar Miller, Mary Rayles, Robert Knox. Row I-Analee Turner, Rex Royer, Norma Em- ery, Larry Huffer, Margaret Carter, Jimmy Eaton, Judy Lipsett, Robert Hobson. Kay Jean Reed. Row III-James Hill, Doris Gant, Earl Benefiel, Regina Morgan, Clayton S n y d e r, Beverly Jackson. Row II-Nancy Chandler, Michael Walters, Lin- da Barker, Larry Brown, Marie Baughman, Donnie Hall, Shirley Bydy, Richard Chew, Vir- ginia Barker, Charles Stotts. Row I-Eva Barker, Ronald McNutt, Lida Ward, Larry Tull, Emmogene Bushong, Tom Ward, Carol McGowan, Bing Loger, Dorcas Meeks, Richard Zarhnan. Row III - Duane Fox, Larry Parsons, Nancy Russell, Allen Frey, Donald Hunter, William McCrine. Row II - Irene Galey, John Hill, Alice West, Back Wessel, Jean Moore, David Griffis, Bill unn. Row I-Eugene Keever, Patricia Myers, Ronald Keever, Deloris Bushman, Max Royer, Peggy Strange, Ruby Ostler, "1 lux' wwuctcst wuugs are tlmsc that tell of surl- rlcst tl1m,mgl1t." TIN: pulsztting chtmls uf "I'tm1p :md il'CLllll5f2ll1CL"' cm gl'ZLflLlZI.ti0l1 clay are perllztps to at wnim' it swcct wtmg. but ztlsu :L tragic unc. Hn this tm-l11u1'z1lmlv flux' catch Sttllltll' teels the IJIAIKIC ot grzul- 11'lllm1ll Qfmlllct xvlth thc surrmx' ut ICZIYIIIQ' Ihllh., lx Il SUIKIVHY, fO1't'YL'l'. g, Seventy-sixth Annual HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCIEMENT Howard Hall Thursday Evening. May 24, l95l 8:00 Q'cloclc Prelude-Finale from Fifth Symphony ..,..........,.. Beethoven High School Urchestra Processional-Pomp and Circunlstance ............... ...,., l fdxvard Elgar Invocation ............................. Rev. C. H. XVallace Music-Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor .......,.,....,.. ..,,.. . Arr. Ringxvald Comhined Chorus and Choir Speakers: jack Kellogg Master of Ceremonies Lee Evanson .. The Valley of Ignorance Pearl Lipp ........ .......... . .. ,. Iieep an Open Mind Music-Halls of Ivy .. ......,....4...,..,..,,. ...... . Arr. XVllll2llllS High School Choir Presentation of Honor Students ................ ..,...., Principal H. I.. Crouse Presentation of Diplomas .. Superintendent S. M. XVoodruff Benediction .........................., ,...... R ev. Arthur F. Grohe Recessional-Poinp and Circumstanee ..,.... lidward Elgar ir 'K 'PK BACCAl.AL'RliA'lil2 SERVICES Howard Hall Sunday Evening. May ZH, 1051 S200 O'clock Prelude-Jesu. joy of Man's Desiring ...........,....., .. Bach High School Orchestra Processional-Pomp and Cll'Clll11S'C3llC6 .,..,............ ...... l idxvarcl Elgar Invocation .. . .. . ...... . .. Dr. M. S, Livengood Response .,............... .. . ..... Dresden Amen Music-Hear My Prayer .......................,..,..... ......... D Iaines High School Choir and Chorus Sermon ............... .................,............ . . Rev. xxfllllfilll V. McCray Music-Hymn to Music .. ................,..... ....... I Arr. Ringwald Girls' Glee, Cluh Benediction ........................... ......... . . Rev. Clarence Stancke Recessional-Pomp and Circulnstance ... ... lfdward Iflgar CQ3s1dugrzq.1l15 0 Wor- 'N fl Aff 'Q


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