Frankfort High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Frankfort, IN)
- Class of 1952
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FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL
FRANKFORT 4' INDIANA
. . . . THIS IS WHAT
With a glimpse of "Ye Olde Highe Schoole
Buildingv we open the 1952 Cauldron. We have
tried to gi-oe an ooerall picture of Frankfort
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ferent angle . . . and to go behind the scenes.
J By the various persons and things listed, named,
and pictured we have tried to show you just
"What Makes Frankfort Tickf'
MAKES FRANKFORT TICK
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and builders of
are essential in the coordination of school life
Instruments alone produce no musicg
the ability of a director combined with
the talent of a group of musicians make
the harmony We hear from the Frankfort
High School band.
It isn't very often the average fan gets a chance
to see the stadium at Stott Field looking like this.
To the athletes it is a common sight, but they
donit like to have it this way at games, etc. This
is a good example of the facilities offered to the
Frankfort High students.
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Just some more of the people, things
and events that made our wonderful
school really tick . . . the crowning of
ll Donna Barnett as 351 Football Homecom-
ing Queen . . . the ever-friendly smile of
those efficient office secretaries, Suzanne
Gillespie and Ioan Locke . . . 'glvlacf the
"Old Faithfulv of the athletic equipment
room . . . the friendly Uyeaaaali' heard
every hour on the hour in the crowded
halls . . , and that delicious food served
in the cafeteria.
Everyday happenings as well as main events make
"N ow write the numbers
that you hear in the sec-
ond columni' . . . a fa-
miliar phrase repeatedly
echoed on annual hearing
tests supervised by Mrs.
up the daily schedule
It's all new for '52',-and so on went the
slogan that might have influenced you great-
ly in the purchasing of this book you are
reading-the 1952 CAULDRON. For over 40
years, senior classes have published their an-
nual, the CAULDRON, and this year more
than ever, we have strived to make our
CAULDRON bubbling over with facts, fig-
ures, and generally, with what makes our
school tick. Keeping up with the tradition of
previous generations, we have given you
these facts. It is up to you to determine
whether we have topped previous years. We
hope the following classes will continue this
fine spirit and workmanship.
Students, teachers 8 activities "make
F.H.S. was host to
the football team of
,Sl at the second
game this year . . .
Donna Barnett was
elected by the stu-
dent body to reign
as queen of this fes-
tive occasion . . . at-
tended by a court of
Our school nurse,
Mrs. Robert Smith,
was always on hand
to see what made
the students of
tick . . . hearing tests
. . . eye examinations
. . . patch tests . . .
all in a dayis Work
for this friendly lady.
"Oh hail to dear
old Frankfortv . . .
win or lose these five
dressed in blue and
White W e r e always
on hand to keep our
school spirit alive.
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Mixer Stag Line
A familiar sight at those ever-
popular Friday night dances is
the ustag linen . . . drinking
cokes . . . talking over the game
with friends . . . this is just an-
other group of Frankfort High
School students that make the
life at F.H.S. tick with excite-
ment and friendliness.
Some of the most enjoyable
minutes ticked off by the clocks
at old F.H.S. were the ones at
the formal dances . . . elaborate
decorations . . . clever ideas . . .
highlight of all school affairs
. . . romance in bloom . . . lend-
ing a part to an atmosphere of
fun, beauty, and excitement.
Scorers and Times Bench
These men watched the me-
chanical side of things as that
clock ticked away the precious
minutes at many a basketball
game when the minutes and
seconds counted the most . . .
busy keeping an accurate rec-
ord of the events of the game
were M1'. Baldwin and Mr.
Pace, official timer and scorer
Sunshine Box Social
An evening to long be remem-
bered by the students and fac-
ulty of Frankfort High School
was the Box Social sponsored
by the Sunshine Society . . .
gaily decorated boxes . . . auc-
tioned off by Mr. Robert Bah-
ney . . . sold to th ehigher bid-
der . . . introduced a new type
of entertainment to F .H.S.
A machine shop on a small
scale right here in our own
school! The boys who accept
the opportunity of our voca-
tional education department Will
have many more opportunities
upon graduation. Our vocational
training courses are rated among
the best of the state.
Station F.H.S. can be tuned
in each year in room C 134. The
tick of the all-important time
clock is the prime factor here.
How to develop poise and calm-
ness before an audience is an-
other stressed topic.
The main purpose
The historic landmark on your
left is room C232, Where each
year the great battles of United
States History are fought. The
casualties are not so great as in
the original battles, but the six
Weeks, test causes serious in-
juries to those who left the bat-
tlefrout in haste the night be-
of Frankfort High? A varied education
The four divisions below represent as many
departments in the school. The math brains,
studious chemists, typing speed demons, and
English Whizzes all have the best of facilities
in Frankfort to further study in their favorite
fields. There is a more than ample chance for
a Well-rounded education in Frankfort High
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D0 you remember '... looking for-
ward to Friday nights when the Hot
Dogs played a tough foe . . . the
band playing as the team came on
the floor . . . the excitement that
sweeps through the crowd as the
score remains close . . . the Wonder-
ful feeling as the Hot Dogs chalk up
another victory . . . Well, another
hard game next Week.
Sports crowds and events help keep Frankfort ticking
One of the most suc-
cessful track meets of
recent years was the
North Central Confer-
ence held at Frankfort.
The Weather was very
good and as a result
several 1' e cord s Were
broken or tied. This
meet was the highlight
of the season.
Of the many memories which Will remain with us
after graduation, the Friday night dances occupy a
large part. After the home ball games everyone
eventually drifts into the dance. For the dancers
there is plenty of good musicg for the loafer there is
always someone With Whom to talkg and there is
always someone who is ready to play a game of
ping-pong or cards.
Fifty cents-55, do I hear 55-55 going once,
55 going twice, 55 going three times-SOLD!
This was the familiar phrase heard at the
first annual Sunshine Society Box Social. The
atmosphere was perfect because it was Feb-
ruary 14-Valentineis Day. Mr. Bahney, in
straw hat, bow tie, and cane, added a real-
istic note as the auctioneer. The boys had to
"dig deepv if they wanted to get the box and
the girl of their choice. Everybody agreed,
though, that the food was worth the price.
After the contents of the boxes had been
devoured, everybody joined in on some good,
old-fashioned party games. Yes, it was a
smash success, and will be looked back upon
as one of the most unique and enjoyable
social events of the year.
Loud juke box . . . noisy crowd . . .
dancing floor alive . . . coke vendors
. . . stag line . . . talk of ball game . . .
ping-Dong artists . . . All of these things
go to make the informal Friday night
mixers what they are.
ck ticks extra hours
id never believe it was the high school
The surroundings have all the
ur of Churchill Downs. But as you
closer, you see dancing couples Where
rses should be lining up. You guessed
the annual Hi-Y semi-formal dance.
yearis theme, "The Kentucky Derbyf
ns the decorations. Words can never
be a superior Hi-Y dance, though. One
be there to really know.
Class Day at Frankfort High School ....
These words will ring out loud and clear in
our memories. For this is not an ordinary
assembly, by any means. It is the culmina-
tion of a yearls work, because here we re-
ceive awards and special recognition for the
things We have accomplished throughout the
year. The hustle and bustle of the last Week
of school will live long in our memories, but
Class Day will live forever.
Nothing is as important as people
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in making Frankfort tick
What makes Frankfort High School tick? Did you
ever come into the building at night, When no one
else is in the building? What an unfriendly place
it is. No one to talk tog no one to seeg nothing to do,
except look at stone walls.
But what a different place in the day, with stu-
dents, faculty, custodians, and office girls all molded
together in harmony to make Frankfort High School
such a Wonderful place to be.
Ever busy, but seldom seen, are the
members of our school board . . . Rob-
ert Ryan, secretary . . . Russell Kelly,
treasurer . . . Claude Maxson, president
. . . Sam M. Woodruff, superintendent.
These four men have done an excellent
job in the manner in which they have
conducted the affairs of our city schools.
One of the most important acogsv in
our clock-like system of city schools is
Mr. Sam M. Woodrilff, our superin-
tendent. He does his utmost to keep
this system functioning smoothly and
properly. Working in connection With
the school board, he realizes the needs
of the student body, and is most cap-
able of fulfilling such needs. His gen-
uine sincerity and all-around friendli-
ness has placed him in the esteem of
the community. In the fulfillment of his
extensive duties he has proven himself
a qualified master of his position.
just as the mainspring is the
key mechanism in any type of
Watch or clock, so is our prin-
cipal, Mr. Howard L. Crouse,
the key mechanism in our high
school system. With his pleas-
ant Ways and business-like effi-
ciency he is equally capable of
supervising a few or a large
group of students. During his
last three years with us he has
proven a lasting friend and an
No minor duties are done by
these four familiar faces around
F .H.S .... Oma Heaton, dean
of girls, Raymond Rohrabaugh,
dean of boys, Way11e Gregg,
assistant principal, and Dale
Shanks, truant officer. A long
due vote of thanks should be
given these persons who so Will-
ingly assist the student body.
1. English Department: Mr. Ay-
ers, Mr. Wood, Miss Campbell,
2. English and F o r e i g n Lan-
guage: Miss Kearns, Miss Orr,
Mrs. Redmon, Mr. Farrell, Mrs.
3. Social Studies Department:
Mr. Gregg, Mr. Bahney, Miss
Hinman, Mr. Barnett, Mr.
4. Mathematics D e p a r tment:
Mr. Pace, Mr. Baldwin, Miss
Sanders, Miss.May, Miss Knox.
5. Business D e p a rtment: Mr.
Alexander, Miss B on d, Miss
Carfield, Mr. Dean.
6. Home Economics and Indus-
trial Arts Department: Mr.
Blunk, Mr. Winters, Mrs. Pad-
gett, Mr. Shockney, Mr. Welty,
Mrs. Mosier, Mr. Davis, Mrs.
1. Music and Art Department:
Mr. Long, Miss G allup, Mr.
Langdon, Miss Cooper.
2. Physical Education Depart-
ment: Miss LeHew, Mr. Cum-
mins, Mr. Heninger, Miss Fos-
3. Science: Mr. Lowe, Mr
Swearingen, Miss Van H o r n
Mr. Belcher, Mr. Hanger.
Like the hands on the clock
in the senior homeroom, the
students on the right have led us
hand-in-hand through the last
year of our high school career.
They are the instruments that
have made us, the class of 1952,
They are as follows: Treasur-
er, Janet Smith, Vice-President,
Carolyn Brineyg President, Ann
Parsons, Secretary, Jean Ann
With the regularity of a clock beat, the senior
class of ,52 did the work at hand and moved on
to greater obstacles on the road to graduation.
The green eighth graders who carried all
their books to all their classes, watched with
awe as upper-classmen drifted nochalantly from
room to room at the sound of the bell. Yes, this
is the way that the seniors of ,52 spent their
first year at F.H.S.
As freshies, clubs and extra-curricular activ-
ities became a part of school-life. The Cof-
fee Pot in the school paper became the offi-
cial news-column for "steadies,' and parties.
"Aughe's', became the by-word for after-chool
get-togethers, this class was going somewhere
-not only in education, but also in the social
The bug-catching biologist of '49 entered a
sophomore year filled with more activity and
study. Most of the class began to make plans
for the day that they would don the long blue
robes and bid good-bye to F.H.S. Talk of "next
yearn and sweater colors dominated the fast-
flying days of the tenth grade.
Indiana was one hundred and fifty years old
in October of 1950 and members of this class
helped her to celebrate. After the birthday
party, the juniors, clad in their gray and green
sweaters, swarmed over the school and clear
"Out of This Worldv at their prom. Modern
rocket builders might take some lessons from
the space-ship builders of F.H.S. who launched
their red ship on April 27.
At last this group of young people attained
one of their goals in life-they were seniors. Yes,
this was the last year of high school, and there
was still so much to do-the class play, "Life
With Fatherf, the banquet, and time was run-
As seniors they had time only for a brief
backward glance-the world stood waiting for
them and the time was now. Today they were
school children, but tomorrow they will be the
leaders of the world. They lived today and
planned for tomorrow - that is what makes
ARNOLD, BILLIE JOAN-Home
Economics - Home Ec Club,
Sunshine, Foreign Correspond-
ASHLEY, PEGGY JOAN-Lib-
eral Arts - Sunshine, Spanish,
Foreign Correspondence, Poetry
Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Pep
Committee, D. E. Club, Band.
ATWELL, MARY KATHRYN-
AYERS. CAROL LOUISE-Bus-
iness-Latin, Sunshine, Foreign
AYERS, PATRICIA ANN - Lib-
eral Arts-Sunshine, Math, Na-
tional Honor, Band, Latin, For-
eign Correspondence, Forensic,
Senior Class Play.
BAKER, JAMES E. - Scientific-
Technical - D. O. Club, Latin,
Chess Club, Hi-Y, Math, Student
Council, Forensic, Big Broad-
cast, C a m e r a Club, Prefect
Council, Intramural, Yell Leader.
BARNETT, DONNA SUE-Lib-
eral Arts-Latin, Chorus, Stac-
cato, Forensic, Big Broadcast,
Sunshine ,National Honor, Good
Citi zen Award, Homecoming
Queen, High Life, Senior Class
Play, Class Officer, Student
BEALL, JAMES HENRY - Sci-
entific-Technical - Latin, Math,
Forensic, Tennis, Football, Hi-Y,
BEARD, LILLIAN EVALINE-
Home Economics - Sunshine,
Home Ec Club.
BELL, R O N A L D EUGENE-
Scientific Technical - Forensic,
BLICKENSTAFF, C H A N NING
B.-Scientific-Technical - Band,
Latin, Crescendo, Forensic, Hi-
Y, Math, Big Broadcast, Caul-
dron, National Honor, Orchestra.
BLYSTONE, NANCY .I A N E-
Liberal Arts-Sunshine, Spanish,
Forensic, Class Ofiicer, Prom
Committee, High Life, D. A. R.
History Award, Forensic Award,
BOGGESS, JERRY JOE-Scien-
tific-Technical - Latin, Forensic,
BOGGS, JAMES ASHLEY - Sci-
entific-Technical - Spanish, Na-
tional Honor, Math, Forensic,
Prefect Council, Football, Ten-
nis, F Club, Foregn Correspond-
ence, Track, Hi-Y, Intramural,
Senior Class Play.
BOLDT, HARRY BERNARD-
Scientific-Technical - Latin, For-
eign Correspondence, Math, Sen-
ior Class Play.
BRAND, LELAND H.-Liberal
BRINEY, CAROLYN JOAN-
Liberal Arts - Sunshine, Foreign
Correspondence, Big Broadcast,
Latin, Poetry Club, High Life,
Cosmopolitan Club, Class Offi-
CAMP, LUCY ALICE - Liberal
Arts-Latin, Sunshine, Foreign
Correspondence, Home Ec Club.
CARROLL, JACK ALDEN-Lib-
eral Arts-Spanish, Big Broad-
cast, Crescendo, High Life.
CLARK, CHARLES WILLIAM-
General-Football, Track, Latin,
Hi-Y, Intramural, D. E. Club.
COKER, D O N A L D LESLIE-
Liberal Arts - Spanish, Intra-
mural, Big Broadcast.
COOK, BONNIE LOU - Liberal
Arts - Latin, Sunshine, Cosmo-
politan Club, High Life, Prom
Committee, Senior Class Play.
CRUTCHFIELD, PATRICIA J.-
CUPPY, JOSEPH LEE-Liberal
Arts-Cosmopolitan Club, Latin,
Senior Class Play, Football, Hi-
Y, Student Council, F. Club, In-
tramural, Prom Committee.
DAILY. D O N A L D ELMER-
General - D. O. C lu b, Intra-
DANIELSON, B ETTY ELIZA-
DAVEY, G E R ALD JOSEPH-
Scientific-Technical - National
Honor, Forensic, Student Coun-
cil, Latin, Hi-Y, Football, Base-
ball, Basketball, Prefect Coun-
cil, Class Of.icer, Jim Brown
Football Award, American Le-
gion Award, F Club, Prom Com-
mittee, Math, Intramural.
DAVIES, RONALD EUGENE-
DAVIS, RHETA MARIE - Busi-
ness-Sunshine, Foreign Corre-
DAYWI'l'I', ROBERT KEITH-
Liberal Arts-Chorus, Foreign
Correspondence, Latin, Science
Club, D, O. Club, Crescendo.
DONOHO, MARIAN LAREEN-
DONOHO, ROBERT LEE-Com-
merce-D. O. Club.
DORSAM, RONALD WILLIAM
-Scientific-Technical - Football,
Track, Choir, C a m e r a Club,
DUNFORD, SHIRLEY ANN-
Commerce - Sunsnine, Spanish,
DUPLER, M A R I L Y N ANN-
Liberal Arts - National Honor,
Sunshine, Forensic, Spanish, D.
O. Club, Foreign Correspond-
ence, Big Broadcast, Prom Com-
EATON, EDWARD CHARLES-
General-Hi-Y, F Club, Football,
EHRIE, RONALD JOHN-Gen-
eral-Band, Crescendo Club, In-
tramural, Basketball, Big Broad-
cast, Yell Leader, Tennis, Hi-Y,
ELLIOTT, DONALD PAUL-In-
dustrial-D. O. Club.
ELLIOTT, BILLY JOE - Scien-
tific-Technical - Student Council,
Band, Basketball, Math, Latin,
Forensic, Crescendo, Hi-Y, Caul-
dron, Foreign Correspondence,
National Honor, Big Broadcast.
ENDRES, DON PHILIP - Gen-
eral-D. O. Club.
ESRA, PATRICIA JO ANN-
Liberal Arts-Sunshine, Spanish,
Big Broadcast, M ath, Foreign
Correspondence, National Honor,
Forensic, Cauldron, Cosmopoli-
tan, Student Council, Prom Com-
mittee, Poetry Club.
FERGUSON. F. PHILIP - Lib-
eral Arts-Hi-Y, F Club, Span-
ish, Math, Cosmopolitan Club,
Football, Intramural, Big Broad-
VERRILL, SARA M. - General
-Latin, F o r e i g n oCrrespond-
ence, Poetry, Sunshine.
FINNEY, WILLIAM ALBERT-
FORLOW, JOHN K.-Industrial.
GIVEN, JOHN HERBERT-Sch
entific-Technical - Latin, Cosmo-
politan Club, Science Club, Big
Broadcast, Hi-Y, Crescendo, In-
tramural, S e nio r Class Play,
Prom Committee, Foreign Cor-
GOFF, MAX EARL-Industrial.
GOSEWEHR, JACKIE LEE-
Industrial - Basketball, Camera
Club, D. O. Club, Intramural.
GOSTELI, LONA ELAINE-
Home Economics-Poetry Club,
Foreign Correspondence, Choir,
Sunshine, Staccato, Big Broad-
GRAFTON. JOYCE LEE-Busi-
ness-Sunshine, High Life, For-
eign Correspondence, Forensic,
Class Officer, Prom Committee,
Cosmopolitan Club, Senior Class
Play, B-Team, Yell Leader, Stu-
dent Council, Prefect Council.
GROBE, ELWYN-Will graduate
GRINSTEAD. CTOLLEEN JEAN
-Home Economics - Sunshine,
Home Ec Club, D. E. Club.
HARMON, PAUL RICHARD-
HARLAND, EVALENE JOAN-
HAYNES, CHARLES L.-Liberal
Arts-Basketball, Track, Student
Council, Spanish, Crescendo, Hi-
Y, Senior Class Play, Prom
Committee, Class Officer, Choir.
HEMMERLING, PATRICIA J.-
Hom e Economics - Sunshine,
Home Ec Club, Staccato, Choir.
HERR, BETTY JANE - Home
Economics - D. E. Club, Sun-
shine, Home Ec Club.
HOLLIS, H E R B E R T PHIL-
General - Intramural, Baseball,
HOLLIS, PHYLLIS L A V O N-
HOLMES, ANNE LOUISE-Lib-
eral Arts-Sunshine, Latin, For-
eign Correspondence, Staccato,
Big Broadcast, Choir, Class Of-
ficer, High Life.
HOWARD, MARTHA ANN-Gen-
eral-Sunshine, Forensic, Cos-
mopolitan Club, D. E. Club, Big
Broadcast, Foreign Correspond-
ence, Prom Committee.
HOWLAND, ROBERT RUSSELL
HUFFER, MARIAN - Scientific-
Technical-Latin, Sunshine, For-
eign Correspondence, P o e t r y
IRWIN, WILLIAM ROBERT-
Liberal Arts-Football, Latin,
Foreign Correspondence, Student
Council, F Club, Poetry Club,
Hi-Y, Big Broadcast, Cosmopoli-
tan Club, Intramural.
ISGRIGG, PHILP - Industrial
-Senior Class Play.
KASER, GLEN JOHN - Scien-
tific-Technical - Basketball, Hi-
Y, Track, Spanish, Intramural,
D. O. Club, Prom Committee.
KERN, JOHN WILLIAM-Com-
mercial - Football, Golf, Span-
ish, F Club, Hi-Y, Big Broad-
cast, Stu d e nt Council, Intra-
KRANER, JAMES EDWARD-
Scientific - Technical - Football,
Intramural, Hi-Y, Camera Club,
Math, Big Broadcast.
KRUG, MIRIAM L. - Liberal
Arts-Latin, Sunshine, Foreign
LANDIS, BILLY JOE - Scien-
tific-Technical - Latin, Foreign
Correspondence, Hi-Y, Math, In-
tramural, Prom Committee.
LAUGHNER, BARBARA LOU-
LEWIS, JAMES MAC - General
-Baseball, Basketball, Football,
Track, Hi-Y, F Club, Prom Com-
LIPP, MARIYN ILENE-Liberal
Arts-Forensic, Sunshine, Span-
ish, Stoccato, Cauldron, Band,
Orchestra, Senior Cla ss Play,
Prom Committee, Foreign Cor-
respondence, Cosmopolitan Club,
LIPP, SUE ANN-Liberal Arts
-Sunshine, Latin, Foreign Cor-
respondence, High Life, Cosmoo-
politan, Big Broadcast, Poetry
Club, D. E. Club.
MAISH, CARROLL LEE - Lib-
eral Arts-Latin, Foreign Cor-
respondence, Math, C a m e r a
Club, Intramural, Poetry Club.
MAISH, MARTHA JOAN-Lib-
eral Arts-Big Broadcast, Span-
ish, Sunshine, Choir, Staccato,
National Honor, Foreign Corre-
spondence, Senior Class Play,
Prom Committee, High Life.
MARTIN, JAMES RALPH-Lib-
eral Arts-Math, Spanish, For-
eign Correspondence, Hi-Y, F
Club, Football, Golf, Intramural.
MAUCH, C A R O L JORDAN-
Liberal Arts - Math, National
Honor, Sunshine, Forensic, For-
eign Correspondence, Latin, Cos-
mopolitan Club, Poetry Club, D.
A. R. Award, Forensic Award,
MAVITY, C A R O L Y N SUE-
Commercial - Sunshine, Spanish,
D. E. Club, Orchestra.
McCOY, B E T T Y CAROLYN-
Liberal Arts-Prom Committee,
Senior Class Play, Choir, Or-
chestra, Spanish, Sunshine, For-
eign Correspondence, Staccato,
McCOY, JIM LEE-Liberal Arts
McKINZIE, CAROLYN SUE-
McKINZIE, E D D I E GENE-
General-Band, Crescendo, For-
eign Correspondence, D. O. Club.
MITCHELL, MORRIS RICHARD
-Business-Hi-Y, D. O. Club.
D. E. Club, Foreign Correspond-
ence, Prom Committee.
MURPHY, SANDRA IRENE-
Liberal Arts - Sunshine, Span-
ish, D. E. Club.
MYERS, SUE JANE - Business
-Sunshine Foreign Correspond-
NANCE, HELEN LOUIS - Lib-
eral Arts - Sunshine, Forensic.
Latin, Staccato, Foreign Cor-
respondence, P r o m Committee,
Student Council, Band, Cauldron,
NEWKIRK, SHARON DEE-Lib-
eral Arts - Sunshine, National
Honor, Forensic, Spanish, For-
eign Correspondence, Class Offi-
cer, Prom Committee, Cauldron,
Big Broadcast, High Life, Stu-
dent Council, Speech Contest.
NICKOLS, GLEN LEE-Scien-
tific-Technical - Camera Club,
Spanish, Student Council, For-
e ig n Correspondence, T r a c k,
NORMAN, TILDA JANE-Gen-
OSTERHOFF, NANCY LOUISE
-Home Economics - Sunshine,
Home Ec Club, Foreign Corre-
PADGE'I'I', DON LESLIE-Sci-
entific-Technical - Crescendo, D.
O. Club, Band, Big Broadcast,
Orchestra, Prom Committee.
PARSONS, ANN-Liberal Arts-
Class Officer, National Honor,
Forensic, Math, Sunshine, Span-
ish, Cauldron, Foreign Corre-
PAYNE, CHARLENE LAVONNE
POPE, JOHN RICHARD-Com-
merce-Football, Spanish, Hi-Y,
High Life, Cosmopolitan Club,
PRUETT, BONNIE LOU-Gen-
eral-Home Ec Club, Sunshine,
RAYLES, RICHARD DENNIS-
Scientific-Technical-D. O. Club,
Football, Basketball, Intramural,
REDDICK, E L L E N ISABEL-
Home Economics - H om e Ec
Club, Sunshine, Foreign Corre-
spondence, Poetry Club.
RHODES, SALLY JANE-Scien-
tific-Technical - Stmshine, Latin,
RICE, ROBERT HAROLD-Sci-
entific-Technical - Camera Club.
Latin, Foreign Correspondence,
Math, Forensic, Hi-Y, National
Honor, Big Broadcast, E ss a y
RIMMER, J A M E S SAMUEL-
Scientific-Technical - Latin, In-
tramural, Basketball, Crescendo,
D. O. Club.
ROBBINS, CHARLES F.-Gen-
eral-Hi-Y, Big Broadcast, Stu-
dent Council, Latin, Camera
Club, Football, Choir, Poetry
ROBINSON, BEATRICE ANN-
Economics-Home Ec Club, Sun-
shine, Prom Committee, Poetry
Club, Senior Class Play.
ROGERS, JAMES MAURICE-
Liberal Arts - National Honor,
Hi-Y, Latin, High Life, student
Council, Crescendo, Prom Com-
mittee, Forensic, Senior Class
Play, Foreign Correspondence,
F Club, Football, Big Broadcast
ROGERS, ROBERT LEE-Lib-
eral Arts - Spanish, Cosmopoli-
tan Club, D. E. Club, Football,
ROHRABAUGH, TOM - Scien-
tific-Technical - Foreign Corre-
spondence, National Honor, Hi-
Y, F Club, Spanish, Forensic,
Football, Basketball, Golf, Prom
ROOT, JAMES WILLIAM-Sci-
entific-Technical - Hi-Y, Latin,
ROUTH, RICHARD LEE-Lib-
eral Arts-Math, Hi-Y, Forensic,
High Life, Cauldron, Latin, Na-
tional Honor, Student Council,
Science Club, Prom Committee,
ROYER, RUTH MARIE-Busi-
tific-Technical - National Honor,
RUSH, DONNA MARIE -- Scien-
Forensic, Math, Latin, Student
Council, Sunshine, Central Indi-
ana Oratorical C o n t e s t, Big
SALTSMAN, JERRY DEANE-
SANDERS, ALBERT JOHN-
Scientific - Technical - Intra-
SCHEIDLNER, MARJORIE ANN
-Liberal Arts-Latin, Sunshine,
Forensic, National Honor, Math,
Band, Foreign Correspondence,
Prom Committee, Class Officer,
Student Council, Big Broadcast.
SCHOOLEY, WILLIAM RICH-
ARD-Commerce - Crescendo,
Cosmopolitan Club, Spanish, Hi-
SEE, MILLARD M O N R O E-
Scientiiic-Technical - Spanish
SENTZ, SUE JANE - Scientific-
Technical-Math, Sunhsine, Big
Broadcast, Forensic, Latin, Sci-
ence, Foreign Correspondence,
SHARP, RAYMOND ROBERT-
SHEETS, PATRICIA JOANN-
Home Economics - H om e Ec
Club, Sunshine, Foreign Corre-
SHEETS, ROBERT E.-Indus-
trial-F Club, Basketball, D. 0.
SHERER, ROBERT JOSEPH-
Liberal Arts-Basketball, Latin,
Chess Club, Prom Committee,
SHURR, CAROL ELIZABETH-
SKAGGS, WILLIAM LEE-D.
E.-Latin, Foreign Correspond-
ence, D. E. Club, Intramural.
SLOAN, JOAN S.-Business-
Sunshine, Home Ec Club, For-
SMITH, JANET MARIE - Lib-
eral Ar t s - Sunshine, Science
Club, Foreign Corresbondence,
Latin, Class Officer, Cosmopoli-
tan Club, Choir, Staccato.
SMI'I'H. MARY LOUISE-D. E.
-Sunshine, Home Ec Club, For-
eign Correspondence, Chorus, D.
SMITH, SHARON JEANINE-
Home Economics-Latin, Stacca-
to, Home Ec Club, Sunshine,
SNTDER, JANET E L A I N E-
Liberal Arts - Latin, Foreign
Correspondence. Sunshine, High
Life, Big Broadcast, Prom Com-
mittee, Cauldron, Senior Class
SNODGRASS, DAN F.-D. O.
SNODGRAS-S, M A R T H A EN-
NICE-Home Economics - Home
Ec Clu b, Sunshine, Staccato,
SPENCER. HARRISON C.-Sci-
entific-Technical - Latin, Science
Club, Crescendo, Math, Foreign
Correspondence. Chorus, Senior
Class Play, High Life, Prom
Committee, Big Broadcast.
SPURGEON, MARY JANE-
Liberal Arts - Forensic, National
Honor, Senior Class Play, Sun-
shine, Staccato, Latin, Class Of-
ficer, Prefect Council, Band, Or-
chestra, Student Council, Speech
Contest. Foreign Correspondence,
STARR, MARY AGNES-Liberal
Arts-Forensic, Latin, Sunshine,
Foreign Correspondence. Caul-
dron, Bigi Broadcast. High Life,
Senior Class Play, Cosmopolitan
STOKES, JEAN ANN-Business
-Student Council, Forensic, For-
eign Correspondence, Staccato,
Sunshine, Cauldron, Class Offi-
cer, Choir, Prom Committee,
SUIT, ELDRED DOYLE-Gen-
TANSEY, JOE NORMAN-Sci-
entific-Technical - National Hon-
or, Forensic, Latin, Math, For-
eign Corresoondence, Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Class Play, Intra-
mural, Big Broadcast.
THOMAS. B A R B A R A SUE-
THOMPSON. GENE GORDON-
Scientific-Technical-D. O. Club,
TIMMONS. ROBERT LEE-Sci-
entific-Technical-Spanish, D. O.
Club, Crescendo, Math, Student
Council, D. E. Club, Band, Big
Broadcast, Hi-Y, Intramural.
TULL, RAMONA JOAN-Busi-
UNDERHILL, CAROLYN SUE-
Business - Sunshine, Big Broad-
cast, Cosmopolitan Club, For-
VINARD, DONALD JAY-Ind11s-
WERDEN, DIXIE LEE-Busi-
WEST, CAROL JOAN-Business
WE ST, ROGERS CRAWFORD-
WHITEMAN, PATRICIA ANN-
Home Economics - H o m e Ec
WILLIAMS, DWIGHT .T OEL-
Scientific-Technical - Foreign
Correspondence, Crescendo, In-
tramural, Latin, Chorus, Track,
WILSON, JAMES LLOYD-Sci-
WILSON, ROBERTA EVELYN
-Limeral Arts-Latin, Foreign
Correspondence, Sunshine, D. O.
Club, High Life.
WORK, BRUCE ALEXANDER
-Scientific-Technical - National
Honor. Hi-Y, Cauldron, Latin,
Forensic, Math, Big Broadcast,
Latin Award, Prom Committee,
Student Council, Central Indiana
Oratorical Contest, Foreign Cor-
YUILL. WINIFRED LOUISE-
THOMPSON, DAVID N.-Scien-
tific-Technical-F Club, Basket-
ball, Baseball, Football, Track.
President, Eddie Innisg
Vice - President, Bud
J a n e Tanseyg Secre-
tary, Donna Dickey.
The opening of school saw a deluge of ma-
roon and white sweaters, the chosen colors of
this yearis junior class. The realization of a goal
nearly attained was emphasized by the Class
Day ceremonies. The juniors have truly earned
the right to he the governing class of next year.
In any project undertaken in the school mem-
bers of the industrious class of '53 may always
The two biggest events of the year were the
picking of the class rings, and the junior prom.
The theme of this year's prom was "STAIR-
VVAY TO THE STARS." Everyone thoroughly
enjoyed themselves in a new and differently
decorated Howard Hall.
Under the able leadership they themselves
have chosen this class may well be one of the
outstanding graduating classes of Frankfort
Row 1-J oe Armantrout, Jim
Bailey, Bob Bailey, Dick Baker,
Marjory Baker, Kathryn Bart-
Row 2-Barbara Beery, Wilfred
Beurnel, D o u gl a s Boggs, Bill
Boose, Kenneth Bowerman, Bar-
Row 3-Betty B o y e r, Barbara
Bragg, Carol Brarnrnell, Janet
Brammell, Carolyn Brant, Son-
Row 4-Barbara Burroughs, Jim
Campbell, Milo Carlson, Joyce
Castle, Sondra Chapman, Mary
Row 5-Judy Clark, Max Clark,
Earl Cochran, Mary Lou Conk-
lin, Neil Conner, Phyllis Conner.
Row 6-Bill Cook, Carol Corbett,
Sue Cox, Janet D avis, Alice
Denham, Phil DePoy.
Row 7-Donna Dickey, Lois Dix-
on, Sandra Donahue, Nancy Dos-
set, .Tack Driggs, Virginia Du-
Row 8-Pat Dunford, Carolyn
Dunham, Phil East, Dave Eaton,
M a ry Edmonds, Virginia Ed-
Row 9-Gen e Emery, Johanna
Etter, Sue Farrell, Darlus Far-
low, Shirley Forney, Janet Fra-
Row 1-Thomas Martin, James
Maxwell, Charles McCall, Fran-
cis McClaine, Virginia McCray,
Row 2-N a n c y Mclllwain, La-
vona M e e k s, Renny Merritt,
Shirley Mic h a e 1, Pat Miller,
Row 3-Marcella Morris, J o an
Murray, Mary Jo M y e r s, Jim
Nash, Earl N e w b old, Wayne
Row 4-J o h n Oliphant, M a r y
Palmer, Phyllis Pearson, Mari-
lyn Pence, Fred P etty, Dick
Row 5-Joan P o w e r, Barbara
Prickett, A n n a belle Primmer,
Dick P u l l e y, Patra Redman,
Row 6-Phyllis R ee d, Phyllis
Reef, Donald Reed, Don Riegle,
Dave Robertson, Patty Robison.
Row 7-Myron Roth, David Rus-
sell, F r a n k Sanders, Barbara
Saulsberry, Nancy Scheid, Mar-
Row 8-Patty Sh e e t s, Nancy
Sloan, Helen Smith, Joe Sneath-
en, Janet Spear, Judy Spray.
Row 9-Sandra Stoms, Joel
Storm, C a r o l Streets, Gerald
Swanson, Shirley S w e a ringen,
Row 1-Marjorie Frazier, Betty
Gallaher, Alice Geib, G e o r g e
Ginn, G o r d o n Given, Ronnie
Row 2-Grace Goodwin, K a t h-
ryn Goodwin, Don Greeno, El-
lis Hall, Carol Hamilton, Waver-
Row 3-Bob Harmon, Bob Har-
ris, Arlene Haslett, D anny
Hayes, Jean H a y e s, Norman
Row 4-Beverly Heffley, J a c k
Herr, Richard H in t o n, Linda
Hodge, Lindo Hood, D o n a 1 d
Row 5-Beverly Howe, Ll o y d
Huffer, Virginia Huffer, Edward
Innis, Berta Irwin, Sally Jacobs.
Row 6-C a r 0 1 Jenkins, Nancy
Johnson, Shirley J o i n e r, Ann
Kaser, Richard Kaylor, Nancy
Row 7-Jackie King, Don Kite,
Patsy Lambert, Jerry Languell,
Willard Leach, Jackson Lipp.
Row 8-S h i r l e y Lipp, Jerone
Lipsett, Eula Livengood, Rich-
ard Locke, Carol Loeffler, Nan-
Row 9-Nancy Lowden, Dorothy
Lowe, Tom Lowe, John Lynch,
Marilyn Maish, Nancy Mann.
Row 1-Jane Tansey, Becky
Thacker, Beryl Thacker, Kay
Tull, Bill Vanderkleed, Marilyn
Rok 2-Meredith Wainscott, Jim
Wheeler, Suzanne Williams, Bev-
erly Winger, Larry Wright, Lois
Row 3-J a n et Zin k, Shirley
Phil Dupler, president, Nancy Boggs.
vice-president, jim Osterhoff, secretary,
and Marilyn Morrison, treasurer, led the
class of '54.
Row 1-Donnie Albitz, Janice Catron, Billie
Barber, Elizabeth Bogan, Richard Castle, Pat-
ty Camp, Sue Campbell, Nick Carter.
Row 2-Mary Kay Brant, Kerry Breeze, Don
Bretlain, Della Caldwell, Patty Brumbarger,
Sharon Best, S a n d r a Bridgewater, Phyllis
Armantrout, James Brittain, Barbara Beem,
Row 3-Mary Chatfield, Dale Bushman, Edith
Black, Norma Jean Cast, Mildred Bougher,
Jerry Bates, Tom Ayres, Harold Cast, Bob
Allen, Darrell Boggess, Nancy Boggs.
Row 1-Betty Clements, Kenneth Davis, Nan-
cy Cox, Howard Cooper, Marilyn Everman,
Jack Donoho, Betty Chrisman, Sally Clutter,
Alden Dixon, Johnny Coffman.
Row 2-Melvin Dunham, James Clark, Jan
Downer, Pete Eaton, Peggy Dykhuizen, Patri-
cia Donoho, Mary Cunningham, Gerald Davis.
Row 3-Chester Clinger, Fred Decker, Charles
Evanson, Thomas Curl, Phil Dupler, David
Dick, Jim Crane, Everett D o n o h o, Ronald
Row 1-Phyllis Green, Darrell Goodnight, Jane
Hodgen, Buford Haney, Carol Gaffney, Ferrill
Higinbotham, Carolyn Holland, Donald Heaton,
Mary Hamilton, Robert Hitch.
Row 2-Shirley Galey, Barbara Ferguson, Jun-
ior Harris, Patti Harshman, Bettie Harris,
Patty Goar, Jean Godby, Patty Guntle, Joe
Ewing, Jane Ferguson.
Row 3-Norman Hagerty, Sondra Hicks, Bes-
sie Harr, Betty Harr, Mabel Hinton, Shirley
Harper, John Hackerd, DeWayne Grafton, Lois
Hackerd, Tom Hall, Carolyn Gillum.
Row 1-Janet Lucas, Ann F i s h e r, Carolyn
Laughner, Lynn J on e s, Jack Marsh, Patty
Kirk, Graden Loveless, Jean Jenkins, Claudia
Row 2-Esther Leach, Bob Mast, Sarah Ken-
ney, Larry Kelly, Nancy Jones, Don Kort,
Gay Haff, Norman Laflen, Phyllis Lipp.
Row 3-Jo McCoskey, Patsy Kyle, Anna Hurt,
Janet Sue Jones, Patricia Lewis, Jim Hoyer,
Bob Leavitt, Bud Louks, Esther Mathews.
Row 1-Norman Newhart, Phyllis Myers, Bev-
erly Moody, Janet Power, Judy Moore, Phil
Nicholas, Rose McIntosh, Warren Messick,
Marilyn Morrison, Phyllis Neher, Marlene
Row 2-Nancy Meiers, Jim Osterhoff, Beverly
Moore, Patty Newhart, Charles Norman, San-
dra McKinzie, James Mustin, Marlene Morris,
Phil MacKinzie, Phyllis Pollett.
Row 3-Paul Paulsen Jr., Don McGuire, Rich-
ard Morrison, James Ostler, Nancy Morris,
Larry Meneely, Bertha Ostler, Jack Pitman,
Gorman Pierce, Janet McCray.
Row 1-Gary Retterbush, Anna Sanders, San-
dra Sims, Jackie Smith, Ann Scott, Dale Rog-
ers, Ann Sharky, Roger Robison, Charlotte
Sheets, Norman Spaulding.
Row 2-David Sheets, Walter Smith, Laberta
Sears, Edward Sewies, Joellyn Sharp, Richard
Smith, Marilyn Rader, Jerry Smith, Kenny
Smith, Charles Saltsman.
Row 3-Kay Sheets, Pamela S mith, Janice
Redman, Chuck S m ith, Barbara Snodgrass,
Larry Shaver, Sandra Sheets, Larry Reed, El-
len Reifel, Don Sanders.
Row 1-Judy Stillwell, Maxine Young, Laura
Thompson, Betty Watchbaugh, George Thomp-
son, Lorita Uitts, Jerry Werden, Nancy Unroe,
Row 2-Shirley Wilson, Judy Williams, Donna
Watkins, Jane Wheatley, Carol Wallace, Mar-
garet Walker, Peggy White, Janet Tribbett,
Carlton Williams, Jack Taylor.
Row 3-Mona Virtue, William Wheeler, Don
Thompson, Thomas Whitehead, Jim Thomp-
son, Kenneth Vinard, Richard Zurfas, Doris
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The freshmen class officers for the past year
were president, Bob Lavertyg vice-president,
Susan Jenner, secretary, Joe Branaging treas-
urer, Louise Frazier.
Row 1-Emmogene Bushong, Nancy Chandler,
Larry Breeze, Eva Barker, Phillip Bailey, Va-
der Fish, Bob Bohr, Linda Barker, James
Bowles, Virginia Barker.
Row 2-Deloris Bushman, Margaret Carter,
Ruth Camp, Joe Branagin, Norma Emery,
Richard Brandon, Linda Brammell, Benny
Bartley, Nelda Baker, Keith ........
Row 3-Mary A n s o n, Shirley C a r r, Larry
Camp, Carl Allen, Joan Best, Phil Branden-
burg, Claudia Carlson, Bob B ailey, Frank
Adams, Richard Chew, Gerald Camp.
Row 1-Peggy Dunn, Ronnie Eaton, Sandra
Conklin, Jim Dorsam, Neva Jane Cox, Al Col-
grove, Virgene Dunn, Jim Clossin, Gloriai
Cast, Harold Cunningham.
Row 2-Loretta Dearth, Jim E aton, Patty
Davis, Wilma Elliott, Judy Dykhuizen, Sue
Conant, Arlene Coe, Donna Derringer, Lynne
Row 3-Sharon Fitzsimmons, Sharon Donoho,
Jack Davis, Virginia Davey, Gene Dalrymple,
Louise Frazier, David Ehlers, Bill Dunn.
Miss Van Horn
Row 1-Robert Hobson, R u b y Higinbotham,
Nancy Hedgcock, Beverly Gephart, A r l e n e
Heier, John Garhart, Virginia, Bill Graves.
Row 2-Larry Hall, Janet Ham, John Hill,
Helen Gerald, Walter Harmon, Doris Gant,
Row 3-Larry Hickerson, R 0 b e r t Hackerd,
Richard Henderson, Charles Hemmcrling.
Row I-Patty Lipp, Susie Jenner, Larry Huf-
fer, Lou Ann King, Warren Leonard, Judy
Lipsett, Gayle Johnson, Edwin Lambert.
Row 2-Larry McCoy, Mary McCullum, Ray-
mond Mathews, Alice Kerns, Howard Maish,
Beverly Jackson, B a r t o n Kleinfeldt, Janet
Jones, Ronald Keever.
Row 3-Eugene Keever, Shirley Lydy, Larry
Isgrigg, Rosemary Latshaw, Robert Laverty,
Dianne Mackey, Paul Kilian, Donna Joseph,
Bob Knox, Donald Hunter, William McAnne.
Row 1-Dorcas Meeks, Richard Ogden, Kay
Jean Reed, Stanley Rhine, Ruby Oster, Tom
Oglesby, Carol McGowan, Van Parker, Sarah
Neher, Ronald McNutt, Sandra Palmer.
Row 2-Donald McKinzie, R e gin a Morgan,
Ernest Muvis, Shirley Reppert, Gary Ricketts,
Linda Paterson, Fred Ponton, Mae Parsons,
Donald Miller, Miriam Miller.
Row 3-Barbara Kay Morris, Darrel Pedigo,
Mary Jane Rayles, Charles McHale, Janet
Robbibns, Oscar Miller, Judy Nall, Marie Ral-
las, Connie Pierce, Layia Rising, Melba Rim-
Row 1-Maverine Rogier, Allen Shurr, Nancy
Russell, James Siegfried, Pat Sentz, Frank
Starr, Ann Robey, Jim S t o g s d ill, Colleen
Silence, Charles Stotts.
Row 2-Mose Spray, Connie Teegarden, Bruce
Taylor, Judy Schenck, Denny Smith, Roth
LaRits, Peggy Strange, Janice Suits, Jane
Scott, Shirley Skaggs, Janice Sheets.
Row 3-Dale Saltsman, Max Royer, Roger
Taflinger, Mark Sebree, C l a y t o n Snyder,
Frankie Stuard, William Smith, Larry Small,
Charles Root, Rex Royer,
Row 1-Larry Tull, Analee Turner, Mike Wal-
ters, Julie Van Tyle, Jerald Thomas, Miriam
Weimer, Tom Ward, Elaine Walden, Dixielee
Row 2-Delma Young, Richard Wright, Jean
Young, Eugene Varmon, Ruth Woodard, Jim
Wynedin, Anita Thompson, Jimmy Ulm, Lou-
Row 3-Ronald White, Max Williams, Willis
Turner, Tommy Wilson, John Trewatha, Jack
Row 1-Millicent Coffman, Jim Spidel, John-
ny Beavens, Linda Pickering, David Stampe,
Jim Pruitt, Judy Baker, Jim Himmelwright,
Larry Bond, Larry Jacoby.
Row 2-Ernest Donoho, Ronnie Miller, Mar-
lyn Ham, Nancy B e a v e r s, Barbara Irwin,
Beverly Holland, Jeaneanne Hufford, Nancy
Conwell, Glenda Webb, Howard Snodgrass,
Row 3-Robert Gray, Sara Jones, Judy Glass,
Stephen Louck, Charles Black, Nancy Augen-
stein, Carol C o u d e n, Judy Fisher, Sharon
Branson, Jan Parcell, Norma Belka.
Row 1-Junior Wilson, Bette Morris, William
Hindsley, Judy Rule, Patricia Mohler, Mar-
gery Howland, Bill Higinbotham, Norma Wal-
lace, Jackson Alb a u g h, Carolyn Malicoat,
Row 2-Don Mitchell, Karen Martin, Janice
Forlow, Sally Pickering, Carolyn Arion, Judy
Moore, Carol Mast, Bob Clark, Charles Jar-
rill, Carolyn Young.
Row 3-Paul Mangis, Wynona Jones, Bailey
Carrel, Raymond Morgan, Gary Morningstar,
Helen Bondwrant, Lee Henderson, Jow Bow-
en, Ron Ripley, Larry Sheets.
Row 1-Roland Bewse, Elizabeth Lipp, Phyl-
lis Elkins, Donna Mann, Niles Villars, Joyce
Mann, Lanny Kelly, Carolyn Stockrahn, Dick
Hammersley, Donna King, Larry Smith.
Row 2-Larry Adler, Ora Lee Shaff, Connie
McKinzie, Billy Martin, Earlene Ketchum,
John Ayers, Robert Reef, Shirley Bitner.
Row 3-Diane Lewis, David Story, Sandra
Martin, David Schulz, Carl McKee, June Bain,
Betty Erdel, Bob Miller, Len McBride.
Row 1-Dick Marity, Larry Woods, Sue Camp-
bell, Jim Painters, Lois Norris, Ronnie Sting-
ley, Trudy George, David Dunham, Janet Arn-
old, Jerry Evans.
Row 2-Jane Hauser, Jody Nance, Judy Goar,
Janet Wilson, Farland Dalrymple, Janet Stin-
son, Ronnie Sanders, Linda Foster, Donald
Pearcy, Norma Dick, Donnie Smith.
Row 3-Linda Heaton, Phil Rich, Mary Camp,
Donny Mitchell, Jim Reno, Phillip Paulson,
Jerry Emery, Sarah Eldridge, Don King, Max
Coffman, Evelyn Ostler.
Row 1-Phillip Conner, Connie Evans, Donna
Thompson, Junior Barber, Virginia Hurt, Jim
Voges, Karen Sheets, James Scott.
Row 2-Anna Doughty, John Maish, Billy Mat-
thews, Jerry Lipp, Leone M c M u l l e n, Carl
Greeno, Marlene Taylor, Jim Eaton, Walter
Miller, Thelma Thompson.
Row 3-Diane Wayt, Truman Cooper, Carolyn
White, Jim Bricker, Ida May Smith, Jackie
Morthern, Jerry Morrison, Nelson Sheets, Jer-
ry Whiteman, Larry Montgomery.
Row 1-Norma Smith, Bill Gaskons, Claudia
Pollett, Tom Huff, Paul Crockett, Jim Walker,
Shirley Harlan, Billy Cunningham, Patricia
Row 2-Shirley Hanna, Romain Davis, Diana
Smith, Roy Ferguson, Jane Royce, Bob Fer-
guson, Bill Everman, Terry P u r c ell, Max
Row 3-Gene McCreery, Beverly Taylor, Wil-
ma Ferguson, Allan Hodgen, Barbara McEl-
wee, Jackie Ray, Jane Nash, Betty Ostler.
Row 1-Carol Williams, Larry Leach, Rosetta
Forsythe, Tom Miller, Patsy Flora, Max Cun-
ningham, Louise Wells, Carroll Williams, Pat-
Row 2-Russel Beard, Mary Elkins, Rex Love-
less, Etta Linedecker, Michael Ginn, Sharon
Derringer, Dick Finderbury, Betsy Trent.
Row 3-Paul Allen Brant, Ralph Ewbank, Bob
Keever, Judy Thomas, David Pannell, Doro-
thy Chambers, Billy Abbott, Sharon Hackerd,
Don Hackett, Patty Wessell.
Row 1-Iris Goodwin, Connie Moudy, Shirley
Taylor, Larry Brown, Beverly Hazel, Phil
Stoops, Kathryn Burgin, William Amos, Edile
Grafton, Lamoine Brown.
Row 2-Ronnie Sims, Franklin Cole, Bennie
Smith, Bob Thomas, May Janer, Mary Lou
Smith, Linda Bartley, Larry Clements.
Row 3-Donald Pippenger, Harold Bowerman,
Gerald Baker, Robert Skinner, Sharon Pal-
mer, Bob Bragg, Bertha Martin, John Varner.
Row 1-Harvey Howe, Don Rogers, Charlotte
Wheeler, Eddie Rhodes, Emma Pettit, John
Lamber, Carolyn Schimmel, James Goodwin,
Janet Parsons, William Shelley.
Row 2-Janice Swift, Carol Boyer, John Smart,
Walter Eaton, Sharon Marley, John Strong,
Pat Anderson, Gerald Hall, Donna Randels,
Row 3-Judith Butler, Bruce MacKenzie, Jim
Pettit, Richard Frey, Bob Toney, Don Gun-
yon, Kenneth Keever, Harry Stuart, Charlotte
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VVhat makes Frankfort High School tick?
Probably one of the most important things is
the activities. It has often been said that there
is more to a high school education than what
can be learned in books. This is very true for
a student Without outside activities is just a
machine attending class. Add outside activities.
and the student becomes a citizen.
Row 1-C. Silence, C. Brammell, N. Louck, J. Power, J. Baker, M. Spurgeon, J. Clossin, J. Mustin, D.
Dykhuizen, M. Weimer, L. Brammell, M. Parsons, A. Parsons, P. Esra, D. Grafton, P. Nich-
Thompson, C. Smith, J. Cuppy.
Ferguson, B. Irwin, J. Boggs, C. Robbins, J. Davey, E. Innis, N. Conner, L. Shaver, P. East.
Small, N. Boggs, S. Donoho, J. Rogers, S. Farrell, P. Dupler, B. Laverty, J. Languell, D. Kort,
Besides clubs, classes, and sports, our students have a
chance at the governing side of things. Home roorn presi-
dents, class presidents, members of the Prefect Council,
and four elected students from the senior class are mem-
bers of this body, the STUDENT COUNCIL. Mr. Wayne
Gregg, assistant principal, very capably served as faculty
advisor to this group during a highly successful year.
Various feats accomplished by the group during the 1951-
1952 school term are the continuous drive against paper-
cluttered halls, an open-house-at which the inauguration
of the new inter-com system was held, and several Friday
Student Council members
found themselves very for-
tunate in having a group of
v e r y outstanding officers.
Mary Jane Spurgeon served
throughout the year as pres-
ident, James Baker, secre-
tary - treasurer, and J o a n
One of the greatest honors available in Frankfort High
School is to be elected to the National Honor Society.
Students are elected twice a year by a committee com-
posed of F .H.S. teachers. To qualify for membership in
the society, a student must be a junior or senior in the
upper third of his class, and he must have the character-
istics of leadership, fine character, and dependability as
Well as scholarship. The society holds a luncheon in the
school cafeteria once a month, and sponsors a dance some-
time during the school year. Other activities are some-
times undertaken by the society as the year progresses.
Mr. Coy Wood is the sponsor of the club.
ational Honor Society
Row 1-Pat Esra, Mary Jane Spurgeon, Marilyn Lipp, Carol Mauch, Nancy Louck, Jean Ann Stokes, Ann
Royw 2-Joanl Power, Sue Farrell, Tom Rohrabaugh, Jerry Davey, Marilyn Dupler, Channing Blickenstaff,
oan Mais .
Rovv 3-Carol Brammell, Donna Barnett, Pat Ayers, Marjorie Scheidler, Donna Rush, Dick Routh, Bob
Rice, Charles McCall, Meredith Wainscott, Nancy Blystone.
RCBWP4-Jim Rogers, Bruce Work, Jim Boggs, Sharon Newkirk, George Ginn, Joe Elliott, Joe Tansey, Phil
Row 1-Carol Mauch, Marion Huffer, Bob Rice, Bruce Work, Donna Rush, Jim Boggs, Pat Ayers, Jerry
Davey, Janet Frazier, Pat Esra.
Row 2-Phil Ferguson, Jim Baker, Harry Boldt, Marjorie Scheidler, Sue Sentz, Ann Parsons, Jim Kra-
ner, Sue Farrell, Bill Landis, Berta Irwin.
Row 3-Eddie Innis, Robert Timmons, Joe Tansey, Channing Blickenstaff, Dick Routh, Jim Martin, Har-
ry Spencer, Joe Elliott, Jim Beall, Carroll Maish, Miss Sanders.
Cherished and desired Alpha Omega of all F.H.S. math
students? Why of course itis the Math Club, the merry
band of paper fanciers. Through the club's continuous
paper drive efforts over 30 tons of scrap paper made the
long journey cross-town to Winski,s. A swell means for a
The chief aim of the club at regular meetings is to
promote interest in the history of math and its use in the
mode1'n day era.
Among the club's projects was the donation of S100 on
the schoolis new inter-com system. They sponsored the
dance after the Frankfort-Crawfordsville game. Along with
the Spanish Club they brought Dr. Harold Richardson,
president of Franklin College, to the student body in a
"I move that the motion be laid on the table . . fi If
perchance one should pass by the recreation room during
the first Wedllesday morning of any school month, he
F I I might readily hear this familiar phrase or any other from
O r C C u b Robertls Rules of Order. We haven't, however, been vis-
ited by the Supreme Court, it,s merely the monthly meet-
ing of a long-standing club around F.H.S.-the Forensic
Club. Under the direction of Mrs. Martha Redmon this
club studies, parliamentary procedure. The activities of
this organization include the annual Forensic Fling, the
formal initiation of new members, and the sponsorship of
a speaker for a convocation.
Row 1, left to right-Ed Innis, Nancy Jones, Sue Farrell, Joyce Grafton, Berta Irwin, Marilyn Dupler.,
Mary Jane Spurgeon, Pat Esra, Donna Dickey, Jerry Davey, Mrs. Redmon, sponsor.
Row 2-Miriam Weimer, Helen Nance, Nancy Louck, Carol Brammell, Janet Frazier, Sue Sentz, Connie
Aughe, Martha Howard, Carol Mauch.
Row 3-Donna Barnett, Pat Ayers, Marilyn Lipp, Donna Rush, Tom Rohrabaugh, Jim Boggs, Jane Tan-
sey, Jean Ann Stokes, Joan Power, Mary Agnes Starr, Ann Parsons.
Row 4-Jim.Osterhoff, Channing Blickenstaff, Dick Routh, Meredith Wainscott, Ronald Bell, Jerry Bog-
gess, Marjorie Scheidler, Sharon Nevvkirk, Bob Rice, Jim Rogers.
Row 5-Jim Baker, Bruce Work, Jim Root, George Ginn, Joe Elliott, Jim Beall, Joe Tansey, Phil Dup-
ler, Tom Lowe.
Row 1-J. Himmelwright,
J. Dykhuizen, P. Dunn, G.
Thompson, G. Given, B.
Thacker, N. Lo u c k, M.
P a l m er, C. Corbett, S.
Stoms, L. Jacoby.
Row 2-J. Rule, N. Au-
genstine, A. Colgrove, L.
Sheets, J. Branagin, M.
Schimmel, J. E. Power,
J. Garhart, S. Conklin.
Row 3-L. Pickering, J.
Johnson, J. Given, C.
Norman, R. Robison, N.
Kindley, S. Farrell, C.
Cauden, J. Fisher, D.
Row 1-Gary Retterbush,
Jim Kraner, Bob Rice,
G le n Nickols, Ed Innis,
Row 2-Danny Hayes,
Ronnie Dorsam, Charles
Robbins, Rennie Merritt,
Jim Osterhoff, Neil Con-
ner, Phil Nicholas.
Row 3-J a c k Gosewehr,
Jim Baker, Paul Kilian,
Phil Dupler, Bill Vander-
kleed, Gene Emery, Car-
Jim Baker, Roberta
1. Sally Clutter, Jane Ferguson, Marilyn Morrison, Mary Agnes Starr, Joan Maish, Joyce Grafton, Carolyn Underhill,
Jim Osterhoff, Jim Boggs, Bob Allen, Shirley Michaels, Patra Redmon, Grace Goodwin.
2. Charles McCall, Sandra Stoms, Carol Corbett, Sue Cox, Janet Davis, Judy Clark, Joan Power, Nancy Louck, Nancy
Scheid, Linda Hodge, Tom Lowe, Berta Irwin, Barbara Beery.
3. Bill Vanderkleed, Jerry Languell, Bill Cook, Norman Hayes, Mike Carlson, Ferrell Higinbotham, Phil Ferguson, Bill
Schooley, John Pope, Kathryn Goodwin, Carol Gaffney, Janet Zink.
4. Lynn Jones, Francis McClaine, Bob Norman, David Dick, Jim Hoyer, Betty Watchbaugh, Peggy Dykhuizen, Nancy
Unroe, Mary Kay Brant, Jan Downer, Jim Mustin.
5. Nancy Kindley, Jean Godby. Ann Fisher, Carol Hamilton, Pat Dunford, Peggy White, Nancy Jones, Graden Love-
less, Larry Kelley, Tom Ham, Bobby Mast, Jack Pitman, Wilforcx Beumel, Walter Smith.
6. Phyllis Lipp, Loritta Uitts, Janet Tribbett, Betty Chrisman, Joellyn Sharp, Shirley Wilson, Kay Sheets, Barbara
Beem, Nancy Boggs, Jane Wheatley, Martha Howard, Nancy Morris, Patty Newhart,
Row 2-Don Endres,
Donoho, Don Padgett,
Rimmer, Don Dailey,
Row l - Marilyn Dupler,
John Kaser, B ob Sheets,
Row 3-Bob Daywitt,
Snodgrass, Mr. Shockney,
Jim Wilson, Gene Thomp-
son, Eddie McKinsey, Carl
Row 1-B. Irwin, J. Mc-
Cray, M. J. Godby, C. J.
Gaffney, J. Clossin, R.
Robison, B. A. Irwin, K.
L. Goodwin, N. J. Cast,
J. L. Cuppy, J. H. Given.
Row 2-J. Dykhuizen, P.
Sentz, P. Dunn, J. Bran-
agin, D. Smith, C. Root,
J. W. Boose, D. Boggs,
R. Merritt, D. Robertson.
Row 3-M. L. Krug. 5- -7-
Rhodes, N. M. BOSES, 5-
S. Clutter, J. Ferguson,
M. L. Schimmel, J. E.
Brittain, B. A. Thacker,
M. M. Palmer, A. F. Col-
Row 4-P. Dykhuizen, S.
L. Kenney. N. J. Morris.
B. J. Watchbaugh, T. R.
Lowe, P. A. Ayers, M. A.
Starr, G. L. Thompson.
B. L. Haney, E. H. Lam-
Row 5-A. M. Kerns, S.
A. Carr, A. L. Denham,
J. A. Zink, L. L. Hood,
N. C. Kindley, N. E.
Scheid, C. R. Norman, J.
P. Ulm, H. B. Boldt, J.
L. Osterhoff, P. L. Nich-
olas, P. J. Dupler, L.
Kelly, J. Mustin.
Row 6-B. J. Elliott
Baker, H. Spencer, L. .
Shaver, W. J. Beumel, .
Grafton, R. L. White, .
J. Williams, E. J. Crane,
Row 1-H. S. Conant, V. R. Davey, L. S. Rising, W. K. Elliott, S. A. Stoms, H. L. Nance,'J. E. Snider, N. J. Louck
D. K. Dickey, B. Z. Beem, S. Farrell, G. Goodwin, J. A. Tansey, B. E. Beery, C. B. Corbett, S. B. Bricker, P. T
Row 2-S. J. Sentz, B. L. Cook, J. L. Etter, E. M. Huffer, M. L. Chiapetta, M. J. Spurgeon, R. Latshaw, L. Vander
kleed, A. Robey, L. A. Thompson, D. K. Mackey, F. E. McClaine.
Row 3-S. M. Verill, P. A. White, C. Aughe, B. J. Chrisman, N. E. Jones, J, M. Smith, D. Barnett, B. J. Ferguson, N
Baker, R. L. Ogden, J. R. Maxwell.
Row 4-R. E. Wilson, M. Atwell, L. Hodge, J. Downer, G. L. Thompson, F. C. Starr, C. Evanson.
Row 5-D. M. Rush, M. A. Scheidler, C. J. Briney, D. Sanders, J. L. McCoy, D. L. Hayes, W. E. Cook, N. Spaulding
Row 6-R. Price, C. Blickenstaff, R. Routh, J. Tansey, F. Petty, J. Root, J. Languell, B. Work, L. Hinton.
, Row 1-L. Gosteli
Stokes, D. D i c k e y, S.
Farrell, G. Goodwin, J.
Tansey, B. B e e r y, N.
Louck, S. Bricker, J.
Zink, C. C o r b e t t, N.
Row 2-J. Etter, S. Lipp,
C. Briney, N. Kindley. L.
Hodge, N. Scheid, S. Don-
oho, E. Reddick, A. Scott,
Row 3-A. Primmer, B.
ard, V. McCray, M. Rob-
ison, H. Nance, J. Snider,
P. Ashley, C. Underhill,
B. McCoy, M. Spurgeon.
Row 4-S. Best, M. Dup-
ler. J. Smith, N. Morris,
S. Sentz, M. Krug, S.
Rhodes, M. Starr, J.
Maish, B. Ferguson.
Row 5-S. McKinzie, S.
Verrill, L. Hood, J. Graf-
ton, M. Smith, J. Sloan,
S. Myers, M. Morris, M.
Baker, M. Rader.
Row 6-L. Brand, J. Ba-
ker, P. DePoy, R. Hen-
derson, L. Meneely, F.
Higinbotham, T. Ham.
Row 7-S. LiDD. C. Ham-
il t o n, M. Chiapetta, J.
Power, J. Clark, S.
Bridgewater, P. N e h e r,
M. Bra nt, J. Catron, S.
Row 8-A. Kerns, B. Gal-
laher, A. D e n h a m, S.
Campbell, D. Barnett, S.
Newkirk, P. A y e r s, N.
Unroe, J. Best, P. Arman-
Row l-J. Jones, V. Davey, P. Dunn, P. Sentz, J. Dykhuizen, S. Jenner, M. Parsons, S. Skaggs, L. Thompson, C. Bart-
ley, M. Conklin, C. Loefller, S. Stoms, L. King.
Row 2-E. Huffer, J. McCray, M. Godby, C. Gaffney, J. Werden, J. Clossin, R. Robison, L. Conkright, L. Frazier, M.
Miller, P. Donoho, N. Cast, J. Hodgen, B. Morris, D. Mackey.
Row 3-D. Forlow, L. Rising, G. Johnson, M. Rogier, W. Elliott, R. Latshaw, D. Sanders.
Row 4-B. Bragg, N. Jones, J. Tribbett, B. Heffley, J. Parker, J. Smith, B. A. Irwin, K. Goodwin, W. Boose, D. Boggs,
J. Given, R. Merritt, B. Burroughs.
Row 5wC. Aughe, P. Dykhuizen, M. Maish, N. Mann, C. Brammell, A. Geib, D. Smith, J. Branagin, C. Root. J. Brit-
taln, B. Thacker, S. Cox, M. Palmer, M. Edmonds.
Row 6-B. Gephart, M. Anson, B. Watchbaugh, A. Robey, L. Vanderkleed, M. Schimmel, J. Power, S. Clutter, J. Dow-
ner, G. Thompson, G. Given, F. Starr, A. Golgrove, C. Evanson.
Row 7-M. Rayles, P. Pearson, B. Arnold, J. Brammell, J. Ferguson. L. Shaver, J. Ulm, H.Boldt, J. Osterhoff, P. Nich-
olas, P. Dupler.
Row 8-N. Cox, B. Chrisman, L. Uitts, K. Sheets, N. Boggs, P. White, J. Martin, P. Kilian, L. Kelly. J. Mustin, C. Maish,
Rziozlv Lowe, S. Kenney, C. Gillum, J. Ham, E. Reifel, D. Grafton, B. Norman, R. White, G. Swanson, N. Hayes, C.
c a .
Row 10-F. McC1aine, J. Maxwell, D. Williams. D. Robertson, J. Rogers, F. Petty, J. Boggs, G. Ginn, J. Elliott, W.
Buemel, J. Tansey, D. Baker, H. Spencer, B. Lipp, J. Crane.
Dossett, P. Michael, .
Edwards, J. Lipsett, .
Beem, L. Camp, M. How-
Row 1-Martha Howard, Peggy Ashley, Robert Rogers, Rob-
ert Timmons, Bill Skaggs, Leland Brand, Jack Carroll.
Row 2-Colleen Grinstead, Carolyn Mavity, Sue Lipp, Sandra
Murphy, Lucy Camp, Mary Smith.
Row 3-Mr. Dean, Betty Herr, Pat Hemmerling, Bill Clark.
First row, left to right-M. Morrison, J. Lipsett, P. Michael,
R. Redmon, G. Given, C. Dunham, C. Hamilton, P. Don-
oho, R. Timmons, P. Ferguson, J. Carroll, S. Palmer, and
Second row-H. Smith, V. Huffer, J. Clark, C. Brammell, S.
Murphy, M. Lipp, M. Dupler, N. Blystone, J. Power, S.
Conklin, M. See, J. Campbell, and J. Dorsam.
Third row-J. McE1wee, C .McCall, D. Lipsett, J. Frazier,
A. Geib, J. Hodgen, P. Ashley, A. Parsons, J. Maish, M.
Parsons, T. Brammell, R. Brandon, and C. McHale.
Fourth row-P. Guntle, C. Mavity, A. Fisher, L. Uitts, S.
Thacker, B. Heffley, S. Dunford, D. Pedigo, B. Morris, J.
Scott, G. Emery, and J. Hackerd.
Fifth row-N. Hayes, K. Breeze, J. Jones, N. Hedgcock, L.
Frazier, S. Jenner, P. Bailey, J. Pitman, D. Dick, W. Van-
derkleed, E. Donoho, and G. Loveless.
Sixth row-B. Schooley, B. Koger, D. Pollet, S. Donoho, S.
Newkirk, T. Rohrabaugh, W. Beumel, and D. Ehlers.
Seventh row-G. Retterbush, G. Nichols, C. Haynes, J. Kerns,
B. Laverty, M. Carlson, B. Allen, J. Smith, and J. Marsh.
ow 1-L. Uitts, C. Grinstead, B. Arnold, P. Sheets, E. Red-
dick, M. Robison, B. Clements, P. Newhart.
ow 2-P. Kirk, A. Primmer, P. Lipp, M. L. Smith, M. Snod-
grass, S. Smith, C. Corbett, C. Brant, C. Sheets.
ow 3-B. Herr, B. Snodgrass, K. Tull, S. Wilson, Mrs.
Padgett, L. Beard, P. Whiteman, N. Osterhoff, P. Lam
bert, N. Cast.
D. E. Club
Top, left-Editor-in-Chief, Pat Esrag Assistant Editor, Bruce
Top, right-Business Staff-Channing Blickenstaff and Joseph
Bottom-Editorial Staff-Marilyn Lipp, Sharon Newkirk, Janet
Snider, Jean Ann Stokes, Richard Routh, and Tom Rohra-
Early in the school year the 1952 Cauldron staff, direct-
ed by Mr. Raymond Rohrabaugh, faculty advisor, began
to edit its book. Looking back we remember the taking
of the junior and senior pictures. Then came those both-
ersome schedules for the various activities around the
school. Then, in February, we began selling the 1952
Cauldrons. Next we had to worry about the copy and its
deadline and about choosing the pictures to be used out
of the many taken by our photographer, Gil Hutton. In
the meantime We were trying to sell more and more Caul-
drons. This was the Work of the staff devoting its time,
ingenuity, and patience. Here is your book. We are proud
of it and we hope that you are too.
"Attention! High Life will be distributed in the home
rooms tomorrow morning-with many scoops, as usual!"
And so went the announcement as given by Mr. Crouse
over the inter-com - for our bi-Weekly publication. The
staff completed the last issue of its 34th year of publica-
tion in May. Under the leadership of Miss Nancy Bly-
stone, the paper has turned out many scoop-laden issues
with fine editorials and features. A member of the Indiana
High School Press Association, the staff sent five delegates
to the annual IHSPA convention at Franklin College, ac-
companied by Miss Hilda Kearns. Dr. jesse Stuart, noted
author, was the principal speaker.
High Life Staff
1. Standing: Helen Smith, Nancy Louck, Jane Tansey, John
Pope, Linda Hodge, Bonnie Cook. Seated: Kathryn Goodwin,
Helen Louise Nance.
2. Standing: Nancy Mann, Jim Rogers, Sharon Newkirk, Caro-
lyn Reed, Joan Maish, Carol Loeffler, Judith Clark, Seated:
Sally Jacobs, Anne Holmes.
3. Dick Routh, sports editorg Nancy Blystonc, editor-in-chief.
If one were making a list of the clubs in Frankfort
High School, it would certainly not be complete without
the name of Hi-Y. The membership of this club is com-
posed entirely of junior and senior boys. These fifty boys
can be seen throughout the school wearing on their class
sweaters or cords the familiar triangular emblem, and
carrying out the club motto: "Create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and community a high standard of
The Hi-Y Club this year was an especially active one.
The members started to work even before school started.
For on the first day of school the Hi-Y began selling used
books for the benefit of all students.
Soon afterwards came the first home football game. The
Hi-Y refreshment stand was open for this, as it was
throughout the season.
Next on this year's Hi-Y agenda was the initiation of
new members, and the impressive rose ceremony.
Soon after the last football game came the clubis annual
Row 1-D. Haynes, G. Emery, N. Conner, P. East, G. Given.
Row 2-D. Baker, J. Sneathen, L. Swope, D. Pollett.
B. Clark, R. Dorsam, J. Kraner, J. Baker, J. Given, C. Robbins.
T. Rohrabaugh, D. Routh, J. Rogers, J. Cuppy, B. Irwin, J.
Upper right: M. Wainscott, J. Storm, F. Petty, B. Bailey, E.
Innis, T. Lowe, G. Ginn, P. DePoy, J. Bailey.
Row 1-J. Martin, C. Blickenstaff, J. Kaser, B. Timmons, P.
Ferguson, E. Eaton.
Row 2-J. Lewis, J. Kern, B. Landis, J. Davey, J. Beall, R.
Rice, D. Reigle.
Row 3-C. Haynes, J. Boggs, B. Work, J. Root.
formal dance, this yearls theme was "The Kentucky Der-
byf, Many thought this dance was the best ever held.
Again this year the club presented two religious convo-
cations to the student body. One was held at Thanksgiv-
ing, and the other at Easter.
This year's club was extremely honored, when Frank-
fort was chosen as the site for the Hi-Y district conference.
Late in March over one hundred boys from neighboring
schools were visitors for this conference.
These activities and more were all successfully per-
formed by the club. However, it is doubtful as to the
success of it, if it were not for the club sponsor, Mr.
"Around the clock in Frankfort High Schoolv We find the busy Sun-
shine girls distributing their help Where it is most needed. Selling ice
cream, popcorn, and chewing gum at basketball gainesg furnishing charity
baskets along with the Hi-Y Club, and the biggest most Worthwhile task
Was the Christmas party for the children. The girls also give student aid
by buying things children need for school. The inotheris tea is a semi-
annual event that is always a success.
Miss Sally Foster, Miss Evelyn Bond, Miss Edna Miller, and Mrs. Kath-
erine .......... deserve recognition for the fine Work they have done
With the biggest organization of girls in F.H.S.
Berta Irwing Presi-
dent, Donna Barnettg
ing Secretary, Mar-
ilyn Lippg Vice Pres-
ident, Janet Frazier.
The orchestra is continuing in its job of making Frank-
fort High School tick! Although the orchestrals primary
activity is playing at graduation and baccalaureate, their
everyday sessions benefit every individual in cultivating
the ear to obtain better rhythm, timing, and harmony.
Other activities of the year were playing for the grade
school Christmas program, its annual Fall Concert, the
Nickel Plate Safety Program, the Senior Class Play, and
the Spring Festival, included With the high school band
In gaining knowledge in music appreciation, the fifty
members of the "little symphonyl' are learning better co-
operation and independence under the able direction of
Mr. B. A. Langdon.
Presenting our stately drum major - Joe El-
liott! Joe has led the Frankfort High School
marching band for the past two years and cer-
tainly deserves credit for making our band tick.
He is active in basketball, National Honor,
Hi-Y, and Math Club. He also plays bass clar-
inet in the concert band.
The tick of the musical clock .... unseen
Left to right-Marilyn Lipp, George Ginn, Joe Elliott, Chan-
ning Blickenstaff, Bob Timmons, Danny Hayes.
This year's eighty-three members Will long remember
the early morning marching practices in preparation for
the football half-time routines.
Directly following came the basketball season, which
Was not complete Without the swing and pep tunes from
the F.H.S. band.
The mid-Winter concert was wonderful from the first
strain of the "Star-Spangled Bannerv to the last chord of
an exciting march. The classical number, solos, the lighter
music, and our guest conductor, Mr. Harold Walters, were
greatly appreciated by the largest audience ever to attend.
The band also participated in civic parades, the Spring
Festival, girls' gym exhibition, and summer concerts in the
We take great pride in our
drum majorettes this year. Nat-
urally there is reason for this, as
they copped All State medals
from the music contest at But-
Row 1-Berta Irwin, Betty McCoy, Lona Gosteli, Lois Dixon, Jerone Lipsett, Nancy Scheid, Grace Good-
Win, Virginia Edwards, Patricia Hemmerling, Dorothy Lowe, Donna Barnett, Joan Maish, Phyllis Conner.
Row 2-Sue Farrell, Nancy Louck, Linda Hodge, Ann Holmes, Janet Davis, Janet Smith, Sharon Smith,
Martha Snodgrass, Ramona Tull, Nancy McIlwain, Jean Stokes, Donna Dickey.
Row 3-Phyllis Smith, Kathryn Goodwin, Norman Hayes, Tom Ayers, John Pope, Bill Schooley, Ronnie
Dorsam, Robert Hitch.
Row 4-Charles Hemmerling, Norman Laflen, Frank Adams, David Griffis, Don Greeno, Jim Kraner,
Row 5-DeWayne Grafton, Charlie Robbins, Eugene Dalrymple, Dwight Williams, Jack Wessell.
Row 6-David Thompson, Harrison Spencer, Jim Rogers.
Row 7-Jim Rimmer.
Row 1, left to right-Jim Rogers, Jack Given, Channing Blickenstaff Robert Timmons
Tom Ham, Lynn Jones, Jack Carroll, Phil DePoy, Bill Cook, Jerry Werden, Eddie
Row 2-Barry Kelley, Jack Hurr, Phil McKinzie, Don Padgett, George Ginn Joe El-
gottf Jim Bailey, Wilford Beumel, Dwight Williams, Gary Robertson, lJeWayne
Row 3fRichard Hinton, Norman Hayes, Charles Haynes, Don Greeno, Jim Wheeler,
garrison Spencer, Jim Rimmer, John Oliphant, Gerald Swanson, Chuck Smith, Dave
Rofv 1, left to right-Virginia McCrea, Sharon Smith, Anne Holmes, Joan Maish, Mar-
1 yn Lipp, Mary Jane Spurgeon, Jean Ann Stokes, Grace Goodwin, Kathryn Goodwin,
Donna Dickey, Janet Zink.
Row 2-Shirley Lipp, Shirley Swearingen, Carol Brammell, Helen Nance, Betty Mc-
Coy, Pat Hemmerling, Nancy Louck, Becky Thacker, Linda Hood.
Rowlfl-Martha Snodgrass, lsona Gosteli, Marilyn Wainscott, Donna Barnett, Suzanne
W1 lams, Nancy Scheid, Linda Hodge, Virginia Edwards, Janet Smith, Ramona Tull,
This year's senior class of
Frankfort High School "Dra-
matics" presented "L I F E
WITH FATHER." The red-
headed fami1y's life was en-
joyed by all. Jim Boggs very
ably portrayed the hot-head-
ed father and Patricia Ayers
the docile mother. The play,
with excellent props, manage-
ment, and acting, was en-
joyed by everyone that saw
it. The entire setting was New
York City, Spring, late 1880's.
Father .... .................... J ames Boggs
Vinnie .... Patricia Ayers
Clarence .... Joseph Tansey
John .... ........... J ames Rogers
Whitney ................. Harrison Spencer
Harlan .... .......... J ohn Given-Joseph Cuppy
Cora ........... Janet Snyder-Mary Jane Spurgeon
Mary Skinner .... Donna Barnett-Maribelle Robison
Rev. Dr. Lloyd
Dr. Humphreys ....
Dr. Somers .......
Margaret ... ..
Y Maggie ....
"LIFE WITH F THEIR"
Mary Agnes Starr
... Joan Maish
The Frankfort High SPORTS clock
From the illuminated Stott Field turf on a
crisp autunm evening to the nocturnal splendor
of old historic Howard Hall, athletics play as
distinct a part in the molding of the true sense
of sportsmanship as any one activity - with
Frankfort its tops. Physical prowness, mental
alertness, and sportsmanshipg all can be secured
and merged as one in achievement.
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has a full and tough schedule
Row 1, left to right-Bill Larrimore, Jerry Davey, Joe Cuppy, Phil Ferguson, Pete Eaton, Jim Oster-
hoff, Jim Bailey.
Row 2-Myron Roth, Eldred Suit, Ed Eaton, Eddie Innis, John Kern, Phil Dupler, Bob Bailey, Roger Rob-
ison, Richard Locke.
Row 3-Lowell Swope, Gorman Pierce, Jim Boggs, George Ginn, Fred Petty, Tom Rohrabaugh, William
Irwin, Joel Storm, John Pope.
Row 4-Jim Beall, Larry Reed, Don Sanders, Bill Vanderkleed, James Martin, Dwight Williams, Chuck
Smith, Phil DePoy, Dick Hinton, Bill Clark.
Through football, character, minds, and bodies are built.
Growth begins in the embyronic stage of freshman foot-
ball, where the player learns how to "take it,', and studies
the fundamentals. In reserve football, all that has been
assimilated thus far is put to use. The competition be-
comes stiffer nowg growth continues, as the players spe-
cialize in their best positions. Varsity football, the last
step, uses only those who have survived the screening out
of the previous years. The speed of the game demands
mental agility. The body contact and constant training im-
proves one physically. Centlemanly conduct promotes high
morals, all these are essential to the sport.
We, as seniors, can see by looking back just how much
a part of our lives this sport has been. The memory of
the games, Whatever the outcome, will remain with us
long after we have departed from the playing field for
the last time.
Row 6 - Gorman Pierce,
Jerry Davey, Tom Rohra-
baugh, John Kern, Roger
Row 5-Jim Bailey, Joel
Storm, Eldred Suit,
Row 4-Richard L o c k e,
Eddie Eaton, Fred Petty,
Eddie Innis. ,
Row 3-J oe Cuppy, Bob
Bailey, John Pope.
Row 2-Phil Dupler, Jim l
Osterhoff, Jim Boggs, Mel ,
Bottom row, left to right
-Lowell Swope, Bill Ir- l
win, Bill Larimore, Don
Frosh and Eighth
'op row - Coach Ayers,
Bob King, Bob Keever,
truce McKenzie, D a v i d
'anne1l, Bill Hindsley,
'hil Paulson, Bob Reef,
Ienneth Keever, Bill Gas-
ins, Bob Clark.
econd row-Charles Jar-
ell, Jerry Logan, Jim
Leno, Carol Williams, Don
mith, Bob B r a gg, Ted
luffer, Don Rippey, Ron-
ie Sanders, Jim Spidel,
'hird row-Max Mitchell,
hob Gray, Larry Sheets,
'erry Purcell, Jerry Lipp,
'aul Mangis, Jim Breck-
r, Bob Stingley, Bill
Qeever, John Ayers, Rex
ottom row - Dave Dun-
am, M a x Cunningham,
'ave S c h u l t z, Donnie
Vaddell, Paul Brant, Jim
,aton, J a m e s Himmel-
right, Larry Bond, Mike
inn, Benny Smith, and
up row-David Griffith.
obert Laverty, Ronald
hite, Paul Kilian, Bill
nith, Larry Camp, Bob
a il e y, Frank Adams,
arry M c C o y. Second
iw - Larry Tull, Joe
ranagin, J im Siegfried,
illis Turner, James
Jwles, Jack W e s s el,
nm Wilson, Dick Ogden,
irry Small, Phil Bran-
:nburg. Front row-left
right - Mark Sebree,
m Stoddill, Al Colgrove,
rn Dorsam, .Tim Eaton,
.ck Wright, Bill Graves,
len Shurr, and Frank
Here are the future stars of F.H.S. who Will try to fill the shoes
of the departing seniors. Both the eighth grade and freshmen
teams play a full schedule including teams from Lafayette, Kirk-
lin, Lebanon, and Delphi. This was their first taste of football in
competition, and they came through in fine style. The spirit and
determination which they displayed should lead to greater success
in seasons to come.
The quickening of the pulse . . . the palpitation of the
heart . . . each moment, a frantic hair-raising spectacle
. . . the spectatofs coverage in one Word-BASKETBALL!
It is perhaps the one magical Word that has become as
phenomenal to the average Frankfortite as butter has to
Dogville can truly and literally be acclaimed the bas-
ketball center of the state. Four I.H.S.A.A. tournament
crowns, runner-up honors once, eight times competitors in
the final four, 13 times a member of the final eight, 18
regional victories, and 25 sectional scalps give the Hot
Dogs one of the most reputable pedigrees in modern bas-
Backed by a school built on the basis of good sports-
manship the incentive to repeat tradition carries on.
First row, left to right-Student Manager Don Thompson, Bob
Bailey, Richard Locke, Don Riegle, Jim Lewis, and Coach
Cummins. Top row-Meredith Wainscott, Bob Sheets, George
Ginn, Joe Elliott, Joe Armantrout, Dick Baker, Jim Bailey,
and Dave Thompson.
To the player on the court
physical and mental alertness is
a contributing factor in pushing
offense or tightening defense.
He must learn to be supple,
quick, and easy of movement.
Strict training is the key con-
clusion to all good ball clubs.
In accordance with the Cum-
mins round ball theory - early
to bed, early to rise, makes a
b a s k e t b a l l player healthy,
Wealthy, and wise.
Leaving 15 victims in their wake, the Hot Dogs
regional tournament under' the influence of
pulled reins in
New Castle 49
Kokomo 65 Frankfort 46, Kokomo 63
Michigan City 47 Frankfort 48, Rossville 37
Lebanon 37 Frankfort 47, Anderson 56
Tech 54 Frankfort 44, Logansport 31
Logansport 41 Frankfort 50, Richmond 36
Tipton 42 Frankfort 44, Marion 42
Lafayette 52 Frankfort 43, Muncie 36
Lebanon 57 Frankfort 58, Columbus 62
Colfax 36 Frankfort 38, Mulberry 37
Sugar Creek 43 Frankfort 41, Kirklin 39
Frankfort45, Lafayette 52
Row 1-Joe Elliott, Ron Reigle, David Thompson, and Jim Lewis. '
Row 2-David Robertson, Joe Armantrout, Meredith Wainscott, and Bob 1
Row 3-Dick Locke, Dick Baker, George Ginn, Jim Bailey, and Robert
B Team Basketball
First row, left to right-Tom
Ayers, Gary Robertson, Gor-
man Pierce, and Don Albitz.
Second row-J e r r y Bates
Jack Taylor, Bob Allen, De-
Wayne G r a f t o n, and Phil
Nicholas. Third r o W - Stu-
dent Manager Norm Spauld-
ing, Bill Lipp, Phil Dupler,
Gene E m e r y, Ed Servies
and John Hackerd.
First row, left to right-Lan
ry M c C o y, Joe Brannigan,
Bob Bailey, Allen Shurr, Jim
Ulm, and Carl Allen. Second
row - Student Manager Lar-
ry Tull, Larry Camp, Robert
Laverty, Charles Root, Jack
Davis, and Tom Wilson.
First row. left to right-Ron-
nie Miller, Dave Schulz, Jim
Himmelwright, and J a m e s
Pruitt. Second row - Ronnie
Sanders, Bob King, Bob Un-
roe, Don Rippey, and Larry
To your pits! On your mark! Bang! Yes, it is another
track season. This year saw the returning of five letter-
Tr k men: B. Wainscott, R. Locke, Armantrout, N. Conner,
and Storm, all of which are juniors. Some of the boys
were out at the first sign of a robin, While others came
when basketball season was over. There are no seniors
on this year's team. The boys opened their season at In-
diana University this year, with an indoor meet. They had
three dual meets plus three relays, the N.C.C. meet, and
the Central Indiana meet.
Row 1-Joe Armantrout, Bob Sheets, Norman Newhart, Neil Conner, Bud Wainscott, Bob Rogers.
Row 2-Gary Retterbush, Dick Baker, Pete Eaton, Larry Reed, DeWayne Grafton, Gary Robertson.
Row 3-Jim Osterhoff, Bill Lipp, Blaine Godsey, Fred Petty, Joel Storm, David Dick.
Row 1-Phil Bailey, Norman
Newhart, G a r y Retterbush,
Phil Nicholas, and Neil Con-
Row 2-Gene Emery, David
Ehlers, Don Reigle, David
Dick, and Jim Clark.
Row 1-Edwin L a m b e r t,
Larry Camp, Bob Bohr, Phil
Bailey, and Jim Ulm.
Row 2 - Phil Brandenburg,
Bob Laverty, Charles Root,
Von Parker, and Max Wil-
Row 3-Paul Kilian, Al Col-
grove, Carl Allen, and Jack
Row 1 - Jim Himmelwright,
David Schultz, Jim Pruitt,
Bob Miller, Larry Bond, and
Row 2-J a c k s o n Albaugh,
Bob King, B o b Unroe, Jim
Bricker, Ronnie Sanders and
Row 3-Larry Sheets, Phil
Paulson, Carroll Williams,
Bob Keever, and Junior Wil-
Ready one! Yes, it is another tennis season and the boys
were on the courts at the sign of the first warm day this
spring. This is the sixth year of organization. They have a
full schedule this year, starting on May 1 and ending on
May 29. They have eight conference matches and two
matches with Crawfordsville.
In their eighth year of organization, the golf team par-
ticipated in four dual meets with New Castle, Kokomo,
and two with Crawfordsville. The Conference meet was
held at Tech of Indianapolis this year on May 3. John
Kern and Tom Rohrabaugh are the only seniors on this
year's squad. They practice sixth period every day that it
is nice outside.
Row 1, left to right-Bill Vanderkleed, Tom Lowe, Phil Nich-
olas, George Ginn, Eddie Eaton, Dave Thompson.
Row 2-Jerry Davey, Jerry S mith, Gorman Pierce, Phil
East, Charles Smith, Don Kort.
Row 3-Gene Emery, Phil Hollis, Graden Loveless, Don Rie-
gle, Jim Lewis, and Ed Servies.
As spring rolls around one of America's most popular
sports, baseball, begins to take its place in the field of
Head Coach Wilbur Cummins and Assistant Coach
Charles Heninger were greeted by six returning lettermen
this year. The first drills were spent inside Howard Hall.
As soon as the weather permitted, the team practiced at
T.P.A. Park. The team also plays all of the home games
at T.P.A. Park. The schedule this year calls for five home
games and four games away. Lebanon and Crawfordsville
may be possible games if any dates can be arranged. The
Blue Sox are expected to keep baseball on the rising trend
in Frankfort High, hoping that it may become a top sport.
Out of the many different classes
that make F.H.S. tick there is one
that we must not overlook - that
is the physical education classes.
Here we find girls participating in
such games as basketball, volley-
ball, soccer, ring tennis and base-
This is a class where you can
really relax, have fun, and make
many new acquaintances. This
class has done much towards de-
veloping the minds and bodies of
the girls enrolled.
Miss Louise LeHeW and Miss Sally Foster are the very capable supervisors of the physical
education classes. We have to hand it to them, they do a grand job at their Work. This is proved
by the gym exhibit which is always enjoyed by everyone as much as the girls enjoy putting it on.
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