Frankfort High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Frankfort, IN)
- Class of 1958
Page 1 of 100
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1958 volume:
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The almighty senior is a part of the old tradition.
Smooth muscles show the strenuous but perfect development of an athlete.
the old and the new
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our old traditions und together pzirticipzltc
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We find strength and a deeping by helping others.
We also find a spiritual need in our lives.
education is our highest goal
We learn the fundamentals through expo
Finally, after weeks of work, a student displays a smart looking dress.
I+lcluc'zition is books, it-z1c'lio1's, L-lzisses, und
Ll plan-Q to learn, Ol' those. we are l'o1'tunate
in luxving lmlli quantity mill quality.
over, wc must rt-zilizc that in the final
zmzilysis, thc it-spoiisilnilil-x' ol' lvzwning is
roolocl clccp within oursclvcs.
English is one of the corner-stones of a good
this goal may be attained in
Our counselors help us in preparing for the future.
This ctlucatitm may lie mlit'l'icult to attain Xmmmw
oi' it may come easily. With the aid ot' Many girls, On the buSinCSS Clll'FiCl1ll1lll- Pl'0Pill'C
for their future.
our almle counselors and our varied choice
ot' cuiiiculum, some ol' us select interests
and settle clown to learn more about them.
Mathematics and social science complete the foundation of our education.
The Ili-Y's Autumn Nocturne is il highlight in thc fall's social season.
Dave Schultz and Carolyn King roigmu.
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The pc-p sessions prepare us to cha-or the Hot Dogs
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is one ol' the most importzmt persons in
the svhool system. lt is his joh to vo-
orcliiizite ull the parts ol' the school system
so that they will i'lllH'll0l1 smoothly amd
board of education
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3llIl6l'll'llCl1ll6lll,Q William Lug-als: lizilph Miller: Richurcl Peuim-y, li'i'esiclem: Orville Clmixoii
Cl'9lill'f'I zmcl lieginzilcl llloorehouse.
These men have been responsible for coucluctiug the ul'l'aii's ol' the city sa-hool
Mr. Charles Caress came to l+'.H.S. as
principal when the class of '58 were jun-
iors. Through these two years he has never
been too busy to listen to our varied prob-
lems and to lend a helping hand. VVe, as
seniors, are proud to have had a chance to
have worked with him, and we are sure
next year's seniors will feel the same way.
Four of the best known people of F.H.S. are: Mrs. Grant Wacnitz-Dean of Girls: Wayne Gregg-
Assistant Principalg Robert Ayres-Dean of Boysg Dale Shanks-Atttgdaiico Officer.
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Commercial-Evelyn Bond, James Stalker, Irene Carfield.
Physical Education and Health - George Bradfield, Louise LeHew, Sallie Foster, and
Donna Egley. llelen Smith.
office help, custodians,
Well kncnx'n to all thc students of l+'.H.S.
arc thc nllico staff. the cooks. and the
custodians. 'Flwy are constantly aicling the
students along with their regular work.
'Vlicir smiling faces contribute much to
Miriam Crose, Louise Newkirk.
Florence Pitman, Mary Tull.
First row: Carl McNel1y, Ruby Moyer, Harold King, John Hill
Second row: M. L. Baldock, Hap Kendall, Joe Lanum, Ellsworth
Shaff, Fred Chandler, Ernie Pearcy.
The class of 1958 looks back over their
lives in F.H.S. with mixed emotions.
As eighth graders we were confused and
mystified by the many new experiences
The freshman year brought biology field
trips, going to the dances, and our own
As sophomores we were upper-classmen
at last and took an active part in the
clubs and activities of the school.
During the junior year we visited the
State Legislature, sponsored our prom,
"Southern Splendor," and wore our green
and white sweaters.
Our senior year was a blur of events.
Among them were the Big Broadcast,
sports, "Macbeth," convocations, trig.,
queen elections, "Gentlemen Prefer
Blondes," parties, essays, pep sessions,
"Autumn Nocturne" and finally senior
week, class day, Baccalaureate, and Com-
WRIGHT, LINDA ANN-Business. Sun-
shine, Science, Prom Committee, Girls
STEWART, HAROLD MILTON-Commerce,
Choir, Spanish, Hi-Y Cauldron, High Life.
National Honor, Forensic, Cosmopolitan,
Science, Big Broadcast, F-Club, Prom
Committee, Tennis, Football, Math Club.
WALTERS, MICHAEL LEE - Industrial
DOWDEN, NANCY JANE-General Latin,
Sunshine, Cosmopolitan, Foreign Corre-
spondence, Future Nurses, Girls Chorus.
EUBANK, PHYLLIS JEAN-Home Ee.
Sunshine, F.H.A., Girls Chorus.
STOUDER, SUSAN JANET-Business, Sun-
shine. Cosmopolitan, Big Broadcast, D.C.E.
THOMAS, CAROL MARJORIE - Liberal
AARON, LARRY WAYNE-Industrial Arts.
AITKENS, GAVIN PAUL-Scientific, Tech-
nical, Latin, Hi-Y, Cosmopolitan, Big
Broadcast. Senior Class Play,
ALLEN, HOWARD DEWAYNE-Scientific,
Fechnical, Cauldron, National Honor, Foren-
sic, Cosmopolitan, Camera, Student Coun-
cil, Big Broadcast, Senior Class Play,
ATKINSON, ANN-Class Of '59.
AUGHE, RICHARD ALAN - Scientific.
Technical, Choir, Latin, Cauldron, National
Honor, Forensic, Science, Prom Commit-
Icc, Foreign Correspondence, Boys Chorus.
BATE, PATRICIA ANN-Business, Band.
Staccato, Sunshine, Cauldron, Cosmopolitan,
Student Council, Big Broadcast, Prom
Committee, Class Officer, Senior Class
BELL, LARRY LEE-General.
BLOOMQUIST, JUDITH ANNE-Business,
Sunshine, Choir, Staccato, Cosmopolitan.
BOU LD I N, MASON-Industrial Arts.
BOWEN, KAREN ANN-Scientific Tech-
nical, Choir, Staccato, Latin, Sunshine,
Cauldron, National Honor, Forensic, For-
eign Correspondence, Future Nurses, Stu-
dent Council, Big Broadcast, Prom Com-
mittee, Girls Chorus. Senior Class Play.
BOWERMAN, JACK LEE-Industrial Arts,
BROWN, JOSEPH GARY-Scientific, Tcch-
nical. Spanish, National Honor, Forensic
Class Officer, Math Club, Track, Footballi
BRUMBARGER, MARY JOE-Business,
Sunshine, F.H.A. Girls Chorus.
BUCHANAN, SUSAN LYNN E-Scientific
Technical, Latin, Sunshine, High Life, Na:
tional Honor, Forensic, Future Nurses,
CALLOWAY, LARRY JOE-General, Stu-
dent Council, F-Club, Track, Football.
CAMPBELL, FRED W.-Scientific, Tech-
nical, Band, Orchcstra, Crescendo, Latin,
Hi-Y, National Honor, Forensic, Science,
Big Broadcast, Math Club.
CARREL, DREW -- Liberal Arts, Latin,
CLARK, JERRY WAYNE-Scientific, Tech-
nical, Spanish, Cosmopolitan, Camera, Sen-
ior Class Play.
COLBY, JERRY FRANKLIN-Industrial
COLLINS, HAROLD ALVA - Academic
CONWELL, ESTHER MAXINE-General.
Band, Latin, Sunshine, Foreign Correspond-
ence, Future Teachers, Big Broadcast,
Prom Committee, Class Officer.
COOK, CLYDE THOMAS-General, Big
Broadcast, Prom Committee, Baseball.
COX, JOE EARL-General, Spanish, Caul-
dron, Student Council, Baseball.
DAVEY, RICHARD ALLEN-Commerce,
DECKER, KARL LEWELLYN - Liberal
Arts, Camera, F-Club, Baseball, Football,
ELDRIDGE, HARRIET ESTELLA--Sciem
tific, Technical, Choir, Staccato, Latin, Sun-
shine, High Lite, National Honor, Forensic,
Future Nurses, Big Broadcast, Girls
Chorus, Senior Class Play.
EPPERT, BETTY JANE-Business, Sun-
shine, Student Council, Class Officer, Senior
Class Play, Cosmopolitan, Big Broadcast,
Prom Committfe, Girls Chorus.
FORAK ER, DONALD RAY MOND-Liberal
FOSTER, SALLY ANN-Business, Choir,
Sunshine, F.l-l.A., Science, Girls Chorus,
GEORGE, JUDII CHARLENE - Liberal
Arts, Band, Orchestra, Latin, Sunshine,
High Life, Forensic, Foreign Correspond-
ence, Future Teachers, Big Broadcast,
Prom Committee, Yell Leader, Senior Class
Plaay, Girls, Chorus.
GARRIGUS, JAMES ARTHUR-Industrial
Art, Choir, Boys Chorus.
GRAFTON, HARRY PAUL - Scientific.
Technical, Choir, Camera, Hi-Y, F-Club,
Prom Committee, Football, Basketball,
Track, Math Club,
GREENO, MARILYN RUTH - Business,
Choir. Latin, Sunshine, Girls Chorus.
GROTY, CONNIE KAY-Home EC, Sun-
shine, F.H,A., D.C.E.
HACKETT, JANE ANN-Home Ec, F.H.A..
HAM PTON, LARRY ROBERT-Industrial
HARSTON, GENE PORTER -- Scientific.
Technical, Projection, Math Club.
HAWORTH, MARCIA DARLENE-Busi-
ness, Choir, Staccato, Sunshinf, Cauldron,
National Honor, F.H.A., Big Broadcast.
HEDGCOCK, BARBARA SUE -Scientific
Technical, Band, Staccato. Spanish, Sun-
shine, Cauldron, Big Broadcast, Senior
HESLER, CHARLES THOMAS-Scientific.
Technical, Latin, Hi-Y, Cosmopolitan, Math
Club, Senior Class Play, Big Broadcast.
HIATT, SHIRLEY ANN-Liberal Arts,
Latin, Spanish, Sunshine, Cauldron, Cos-
mopolitan, Foreign Correspondence, Fu-
ture Nurses, Student Council, Big Broad-
cast, Girls Chorus.
HILL, PATRICIA KAY-General, Choir,
Staccato, Sunshine, Cosmopolitan, B i g
Broadcast, Girls Chorus, Senior Class Play.
HOLLAND, JOYCE ANITA - Business,
Band, Choir. Orchestra, Staccato, Sun-
shine, Latin, Cauldron, Cosmopolitan, Big
Broadcast, Senior Class Play, Girls Chorus.
JENNINGS, HENRY LEROY--Scientific,
Technical, Band, Orchestra, Crescendo,
Latin, Hi-Y, Cauldron, National Honor,
Forensic, Foreign Correspondence,, Stu-
dent Council, Big Broadcast, Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Class Play.
JOBE, LLOYD MAX-Industrial Arts, Pro-
KENNEDY, DAVID ELWOOD-Scientific,
Technical, Hi-Y, Cosmopolitan, Student
Council, Big Broadcast, F-Club, Prom
KIMBLE, CHARLES GARY - Scientific,
Technical, Latin, Hi-Y, Cauldron, National
Honor, Forensic, Camera, Student Council,
F-Club, Prom Committee, Class Officer,
Football, Math Club, Big Broadcast.
LEADER, DENNIS ARMAND-Scientific.
Technical, Band, Crescendo, Spanish, Hi-Y,
Forensic, Cosmopolitan, Future Teachers.
Student Council, Big Broadcast, Prom
Committee, Class Officer, Math Club.
Senior Class Play.
LEONARD, MARILYN ESTHER-General,
Choir. Staccato, Spanish, Sunshine, F.H.A.,
Big Broadcast, Prom Committee, Girls
LUCAS, LARRY WAYNE-Liberal Arts.
LUDFORD, NORMA ANN-Business, Span-
ish, Sunshine, High Life, Foreign Corre-
spondence, F.H.A., Science.
LUKASIK, CAROL ANN-Business, Choir,
Staccato, Sunshine, Latin, Cauldron, Foren-
sic, Future Teachers, Student Council, Blg
Broadcast, Prom Committee, Senior Class
MARTIN, BETTY JAYNE-General Choir,
Sunshine, Cosmopolitan, F.H.A.
MCHALE, EMILIE JAYNE-Liberal Arts.
Sunshine, High Life, Forensic, Big Broad-
McKEE, HOBART WARREN -Industrial
Arts, Projection, X-Country.
MCKINNEY, PATRICIA JEAN - Liberal
Arts, Spanish, Sunshine, High Life, Na-
tional Honor, Cosmopolitan, Future Nurses.
Science Big Broadcast, Prom Committee.
MARSH, INA MAE-General, Orchestra,
Sunshine, Cosmopolitan, F.H,A.
MATHEWS, HAROLD MAX - Industrial
Arts, Project, D.C.E.
MOORE, NORMA LOUISE-Liberal Arts.
Band, Choir, Orchestra, Staccato, Latin.
Spanish, Sunshine, Forensic, Foreign Cor-
respondence, Student Council, Big Broad-
cast, Cosmopolitan, Prom Committee.
MONTGOMERY, CHARLES KENT-Gen-
eral, Latin, Hi-Y, Projection, X-Country.
MOUDY, ORVILLE LARRY-Liberal Arts,
Latin, Hi-Y, High Life, National Honor,
Forensic, Foreign Correspondence, Future
Teachers, Camera, Student Council, Big
Broadcast, F-Club, Prom Committee, Class
Officer, Basektball, Baseball.
MULLINS, LINDA SUE-General, Choir,
Sunshine, Cosmopolitan, Big Broadcast,
Girls Chorus, Senior Class Play.
MYERS, RICHARD L. - Scientific, Tech-
nical, Crescendo, Latin, Hi-Y, Science, Big
Broadcast, Prom Committee, D.C.E.
NEWHART, BERNARD KEITH-Industrial
Arts, Projection, X-Country, Basketball,
PRUITT, ROBERT ANDREW-General,
Band, Crescendo, Latin, Hi-Y, Student
Council, Big Broadcast, F-Club, Class Of-
ficer, Baseball, Senior Class Play.
REAGAN, ROGER DOVLE - Scientific.
Fechnical, Band, Spanish, Hi-Y, Cosmo-
PUGSLEY, JOYCE ANN -- Liberal Arts.
Latin, Spanish, Sunshine.
REAGAN, RONALD SCOTT-General, Pro-
REED, SHELIA GERTRUDE - General.
Sunshine, Cosmopolitan, F,H.A., Big Broad-
RENO, CHARLES JAM ES-General, Choir,
grgsgendo, Cosmopolitan, Football, Track,
ROGERS, DAVID HULETT - Industrial
Arts, Projection, Prom Committee.
ROTH, GERALD EUGENE - Industrial
Arts, Projection, Big Broadcast,
XAQARI, DELBERT CLARENCE-Industrial
SALTSMAN, NANCY MARIE-Business,
Sunshine, Cauldron, High Life, Cosmopol-
SCHOOLEY, LINDA JEAN-General, Orch-
estra, Staccato, Latin, Sunshine, Science,
Student Council, Big Broadcast, Prom
SCOTT, GERALD ROBERT - Scientific,
Technical, Latin, Cosmopolitan, Prom Com-
mittee, Football, Basketball, Track.
SCOTT, JOHN CARROL-Scientific, Tech-
nical, Hi-Y, Cosmopolitan, Projection,
Camera, Track, X-Country, D.C.E.
SHEETS, KENNY ROLLAND-Industrial
Arts, Projection, Science, Prom Committee.
SHEETS, LINDA SUE-Home Ec, Sun-
shine, Big Broadcast, Senior Class Play.
SKAGGS, LARRY GENE--Liberal Arts.
SMITH, KEN ALAN-Scientific, Technical,
Latin, Hi-Y, Cauldron, High Life, Cosmo-
politan, Science, Student Council, Prom
Committee, Math Club.
SPARKS, JANICE KAYE-General, Choir,
Sunshine, F.H.A., Big Broadcast, Girls
STAMPE, DENNIS WILSON-Industrial
Arts, Band, Orchestra, Crescendo, Latin,
Hi-Y, Cauldron, National Honor, Forensic,
Student Council, Big Broadcast, Prom
Committee, Class Officer.
STEVENS, JAMES LEE - Liberal Arts,
Choir, Crescendo, Slpanish, Cosmopolitan,
F-Club, Football, rack, Boys Chorus.
STEWART, HAROLD MILTON
STEWART, SARA SUE-Scientific, Tech-
nical, Latin, Sunshin'e, National Honor,
Forensic, Foreign Correspondence, Future
Nursese, Science, Student Council, Prom
STOOPS, WILLIAM DONNIE-Industrial
Arts, Latin, Hi-Y, F-Club, Football Mgr.
SURFACE, DONNA KAY-Business, Sun-
THOMAS, PATRICIA ANN - Scientific.
Technical, Choir, Staccato, Latin, Sunshine,
Cosmopolitan, Foreign Correspondence, Fu-
ture Nurses, Girls Chorus, Math Club.
TRAPP, ELLEN RUTH - Liberal Arts.
Choir, Staccato, Spanish, Sunshine, Na-
tional Honor, Cosmopolitan, Future Teach-
ers, Big Broadcast, Prom Committee, Class
Officer, Girls Chorus, Math Club, Forensic.
UNGER, TERRY TIM-Liberal Arts, Band,
Orchestra, Crescendo, Latin, Hi-Y, High
Life, Forensic, Student Council, Big Broad-
cast, F-Club, Baaskctball, Baseball.
VANM ETER, CHARLES WESLEY-Gen-
WALTERS, JOE NEAL-Business.
WANN, AARON FLOYD-General Pro-
jection, F-Club, Traack, X-Country.
WEAKLEY, JANET SUE-Business, Latin.
Sunshine, Foreign Corresepondence, Sci-
ence, Big Broadcast, Prom Committee,
Yell Leader, Girls Chorus.
WEGNER, MARY LYNNE - Commerce.
Choir, Latin, Sunshine, Cosmopolitan, For-
eign Correspondence, Student Council, Big
Broadcast, Prom Committee, Senior Class
WHEELER, LARRY EUGENE - General,
WILSON, LARRY HUBERT - Industrial
Arts, Projection, Baseball.
WILSON, RAYMOND WILSON-Scientific.
Txchnical, Student Council, F-Club, Bas-
BATES, CAROL JOANNE-Picture not
shown-Commerce, F.H.A., Sunshine, Latin,
Foreign Correspondence, Cosmopolitan.
Choir, Senior Class Play, Girls Chorus.
The class ul' WSH slelmpecl into the spot-
light of responsibility :incl lezulersliip this
The major events ui' the your were the
selection oi' class rings, the wearing ol'
black and reml swetltcrs, special meetings
for tl l 1 rl in
ie proni. "l'zu'ouse an the wear g
ot' senior corcls and skirts mi Uluss Daly.
This your the ul'l'ic'ei's were: Presiclent.
Jert Fry: Vice-l'i'csimlent. Bert Krzxmi
Sf.'t'l'Clill'-Y, Karen l.ungi'cn: 'I'i'ez1si11'c1'. .lim
Gary Allen Kitty Allen Nancy
Allen Lelvloyne Altic Bonnie
Susan Basqum linda Bates
John Beacham Michael Beard
Row 3-LaDonna Bewsey, Kay Bly-
stone, Thomas Boggess, Char-
les Bohm, Donna Brittain.
Row 4-Pat Broderick, Phil Brown,
Linda Buckner, Marcia Burd,
-Delilah Calvert, Della Camp,
Karen Campbell, Barbara Car-
ter, Rebecca Carter.
-Fred Chandler, Karen Clid-
ence, Anna Clouser, Constance
Colgrove, Jerry Cooper.
-Deanna Crum, Phil Crum, Sue
Cunningham, Sharon Davis,
-Ina Denham, Grace Devore,
Dana Dick, Dennis Dick, Gail
-Tom Dillingham, Bill Dixon,
.lohn Dunham, Tom Dunham,
-Doug Ehlers, Bob Emery, Ger-
ald Emerd, Rebecca Erdcl,
Row 6-Sally Ewbank, Clinton Faust,
.loe Ferguson, Judy Ford,
-Robert Fry, Suzanne Gill,
Sharon Glenn, Larry Good,
Sharon Gumm, David Gunyon,
James Hackerd, Richard Har-
dy, Jack Harlan.
Row 1-Max Harlan, Frances Har-
rison, Sondra Harris, Marilyn
Hazel, Judy Henson.
Row 2-Pam Hodge, Pat Howe, Tom
Hufford, Marlene Hutchison,
Row 3-Ruth Jenner, Bob Keeney,
Judy Kellams, Jay Kelly, Joe
Row 4-Mary Kemmer, David Kinder,
Carolyn King, Bert Kram,
Row 5-Bob LaFollette, Ronnie Lap-
pin, Ann Latshaw, Robert
Laughnere, Janeille Leader.
Row 6-Arlene Lewis, Martha Long,
Dion Loveless, Kay Loveless,
Row 7-Karen Lungren, Marilyn Mc-
Claine, Barbara McCoy, Larry
McKee, Dixie McKinsey,
-Joan Malady, Richard Man-
ning, Barbara Marsh, Jerry
Martin, Bob Martin.
-Archie Maynard, Saundra
Michael, Diane Miller, Don
Miller, Linda Miller.
-Ronnie Miller, Bill Miller,
Dixie Morton, Frances Myers,
Row 3-Linda Nunnally, Donald Ober-
haulser, Wanda Pate, Connie
Pedigo, Suzanne Pedigo.
Row 4-Ronnie Perry, Joe Purcell,
Jerry Ray, Betty Rhodes,
Row 5-Judy Rich, Nanette Ritchey,
Lucetta Root, Bill Rothen-
berger, Connie Roush.
Row 6-Michael Russell Nanc R an
Y Y Y ,
Kay Sanders, Jay Scott, Lu-
Row 7-Bill Scott, Paulita Shanaber-
gere, Pat Shelton, Janice
Slipher, Brenda Smith.
Row 8-Myrna Smith, Nancy Smith,
Pat Smith, Harold Smock,
Judy Spencer, Karen Stingley,
Elonda Strawn, Robert Stuart,
Row 2-Lora Taylor, Becky Thacker,
Melinda Thompson, Pequita
Troxel, Jim Tunis.
Row 3-Lillian Turner, Tom Ulm,
Brad Unroe, Linda Unroe,
Row 4-Nancy Wayt, Annebelle Weav-
er, Dick Wegner, Kay Welta,
Row 5-Bill Wheatley, Janice White,
Don Whiteman, Delana Wilson,
Row 6-Clark Woodard, Shirley Wright,
Sondra Young, Sharon Davis,
Row 7-:Jerry Spencer, Cynthia Petty.
'l'lic class ol' 151410 licvanic uppowlzissnieii
all least. Vain-szii'. vlulms. gcoiiictry, tliv vlioos-
iiig ol' vlziss rings, zmcl the choosing of
vluss sxwzitws xvwv importaiiit parts of the
hvoziix Tlicy also were allowed to join mom
ul' the vzii'ious c-lulis zmcl m'gzmizz1tioiis at
Esta Pannell, Trcasurcrg Harley Duplor, Vice
Presidcnt: Barbara Imcl, Sccrclziryg Lynn
Row 4. Phyllis Bamberger, Diane
Benge, Dick Cassidy, Paul Clouser,
Pete Basquin, John Catron, Larry
Bogue, Errol Beumel, Karen Baty.
Row 3. Nancy Brown, John Akard,
Melanie Adams, Denny Anderson,
Pat Coe, Harold Birden, Pat
Barber, Tom Catron, Pat Bridge-
Row 2. George Benson Brittain,
Jane Colver, Larry Ayres, Carol
Cameron, Jim Bailey, Stella Bush-
man, John Collier, Darrel Coap-
Row 1. Ronnie Bybee, Barbara
Behr, Ruth Barnes, Judy Burns.
Linda Alexander, Lynda Clark,
Row 4. David East, Charles Coom-
er, Marilyn D i c k e r s o n, Tom
Frazier, Judy Conraad, Tom Cox,
Billie Dobson, Carl Dubrec, Melvin
Row 3. Shirley Crum, Paul Finney,
Patty Cunningham, Blaine Davis,
Linda Frazier, Dick Emery, Mary
Karen Dearth, Bill Coomer, Karen
Dowden, Tom Dirbas.
Row 2. Connie Donoho, Tim Dirbas,
Nancy Couden, Larry Dick, Patsy
Fudge, Phil Cobb, Karen Cue,
James Day, Nancy Eberwein.
Row 1. Carolyn Davids, Jerry
Davis, Rosetta Elkins, Harley Dup-
leer, Carole Cook, Larry Cunning-
ham, Joyce Cupp.
Row 4. Dwayne Hollingsworth,
James Howe, Sue Gustavel, Bill
Fugate, Rebecca Graybill, Gary
Hart, Carolyn Good, Jeff Huffer,
Beverly Harris, Billy Hussong.
Row 3. Claude Kitchen, Bonnie
Hutchison, Jerry Harrison, Sharon
Gregg, Jack Hibner, Betty Gray-
bill, Dick Hackerd, Donna Green,
Woodie Haynes, Darlene Galey,
Row 2, Ronnie Houze, Janice Hard-
esty, Marion Harrington, Rose
Mary Hinton, Gordon Goodnight,
Barbara Imel, John Graves, Karen
Row 1. Nancy Hampton, Jim Hines,
Judy Hizer, Winston Jaggers, Sue
Ann Gregory, Jim Kallner.
Row 4. Lynn Maish. Jane Lucas,
Ronnie Montgomery, Karen Kirk-
man. John Myers. Karen Miller,
Row 3. Jim Monroe, .loyce Lee,
Bob Lucas, .lane McClaine, Oran
Moudy. Jane Morningstar. Jim
Kirkpatrick. Nina Laughner.
Row 2. Nancy King. Michael Lewis,
Margaret Morris. Michael Louek,
Jon Ann Mcltlahan. John Kipp.
Row 1. Jane Ann Mohler. Fred
Moon. Pete Kirby. Ken Kreisher.
George Lucas. Mickey Miller. Janet
Row 4. Eugene Paynee. Linda Pip-
penger, Janet Pureell, Sandy Pruitt,
Sally Ransom. Rita Pence, Michael
Row 3. Frank Otterman. .lcrrilyn
Murray. Connie Ostler. Carolyn
Pearson. Judy Nieman, Patsy
Palmiero. Jerry Ostler.
Row 2. Jay Newhart. Lynn Powell,
Kent Phillippo, DeEtta Rehwinkel,
Ed Pickering, Esta Pannell, Denny
Renick, Peggy Newhart.
Row 1. Marlita McNew. Loren
Pearcy. Eva Palmore. Larry Reed,
Nancy Pettit, Terry Pugsley, Pat
Parker. Tom Meylanama.
Row 4. Shirlene Shrum. James
Smith, Sue Spears. Darrell Slipher.
Jane Stokesherry. Ronald Rohley.
Binnie Sue Spray. Roger Stingley.
Row 3. Linda Snodgrass. Michael
Thornburg. Judy Skaggs, Ronald
Seely, Jackie Stevens, Ed Russell.
Karen Unger. John Sullivan. Patsy
Spear. Ewell Shelley.
Row 2. Lynn Schneider. Jerry
Roth, Sharon Stewart. Scott Sump-
ter, Carol Rothenberger. Larry
Roush. Carolyn Sharp. Paul Rich.
Row 1. Jerry Shore, Linda Sandage,
Betty Rule. Herbert Sheets. Karen
Ruch, Peggy Stanton. Gerry Smith,
Row 4: Lynette Wilson, Ronald
Youngblood, Gordon Vice. Sharon
Row 3. .Ianiee Walters. Terry Zink,
Larry Wells, John Walters, Alvin
York, Loyal Villars.
Row 2: Larry Warren, Carolyn Zer-
fas, Judy Vaughn, Julie Wiggam,
Sue Winger, Sam Wills.
Row 1: Dia n a Wainscott, Larry
Wolfe. Dirk Unroe. Tom Whitaker,
Row 4. Richard Brammel, Linda
Brumbarger, Sharon Barker, San-
dra Albaugh, Danny Boxwell.
Row 3. Rita Burd, Don Boyles, Bob
Boyer, Joe Camp, Judy Byers.
Row 2. Edith Buckner, Richard
Arion, Linda Brittain, Donna Clark,
Larry Beard, Dinah Bell.
Row 1. Dorcel Birden, Carolyn
Allen, Kent Caldwell, Linda Clark,
Boyd Bushong, Deana Baldwin.
Row 4. Kathy Goldman, Robert
Cohee, Ruth Grafton, Eldorus Fish-
er, Elaine Foreman, Jerry Gossctt,
Donna Davis, Terry Clidence.
Row 3. Robert Cobb, Jerry Dick,
Judy Dieterle, Patty Conklin, Nancy
Cronkright, Diane Dunn, Tom Cook.
Aow 2. Charles Dunham, Dorothy
Gann, Diana Devore, Velma Cloud,
Patricia Crows, Mark Coffman.
Row 1. Janet Cline, Joyce Ford,
Ronald Fleming, Karen Clement,
Lucy Gaylor, Robert Day.
Row 4. Jo Ella Hill, Joe liackerd,
Ronnie Hibbard, Robert Hailman,
Joe R. Hinton, Pat Howe.
Row 3. Ronna Hayes, Richard
Henderson, Cathy Henderson, Jeff
Hamilton, Marianne Herr, Jerry
Hammond, Helen Heavilon, Jerry
Row 2. Roger Howe, Carleen Gil-
lespie, Ed Huff, Mary George
Hammersley, James Grant, Pat
Holland, Benny Hufford.
Row 3. Le Roy Hampton, Norma
Greeno, Larry Hill, Margaret Howe,
Ronnie Hunter, Betty Harris, Den-
Row 4. Martha Hurt, Charles
Laughner, Carroll Kressel, Charles
Jacoby, Phyllis Love, Gary John-
son, Jay Lipsett, Gerry Mang,
Row 3. Larry Lynch, Diane Lahee,
Jacak Lowdcn, Susan Imel, Vernon
Lahee, Gary Kaser, Karen Love-
less, Matt Maish, Dale Isgrigg.
Row 2. Barbara Martin, Murray
Lashbrook, Susan Lukasik, Kenny
Locke, Karen Landis, Ronnie
Kellams, Mary Jones.
Row 1. Judy Innis, Gary Kallner,
Judy Kaser, James Lipp, Barbara
Igney, Dennis Lipp, Linda Lane.
Row 4. .Ierry Wilson, Carolyn
Snavely, Connie Gunyon, Sara
Scott, Diane Monroe, Karen Rice,
Billie Cockrum, Sandra Hall, Rob-
Row 3. Cheryl Stewart, Gerald
Bewsey, Mike Clark, Hannelore
Satzinger, Mike Chittick, Sandra
Sumpter, LeRoy Zook.
Row 2. Sue Ellen Edington, Phil
Goff, Lana Kathrens, Mac Bennett,
Sylvia Young, Gary Zink, Steve
Row 1. Sarah Gephart, Ralph
Calvert, Becky Rhodes, Edwin
Spray, Judith Hiatt, David Dunkin,
Row 4. Freddie Davis, Stephen
Walkeer, Gary Donoho, James
Ward, Johnny Cunningham, Robert
Row 3. Ray Hall, Gearren Bodish,
David Sebree, Larry Miller, Char-
les Harshnian, Ralph Smith.
Row 2. Buddy Moore, Sharon
Meckes, James Stuart, Frances
Young, Teddy Eggers, Thelma
Laughner, Larry Yakovick, Linda
Row 1. James Williams, Barbara
Harshman, Keith Howe, Carol
Chandler, Colonel Smith, Mattye
Fugate, Michael Keller.
Row 4. Don Rich, Donald Greeno,
Mert Wilson, Larry Meneely, Ted
Wilden, Gary Good, Fred Denham.
Row 3. Lana Baker, Mike Reppert,
Sue Moore, Gordon Clidence, Carol
Harrison, Jon Steiner, Peggy West.
Row 2. Stanley Snyder, Joyce
Smiht, Roger Bougher, Glenda
Howe, Fred Rice, Sharon Bam-
bergere, Ronald Meeks.
Row 1. Sandra Evans, Harry
Sheets, Sharon Siegfried, Jim At-
well, Odette Foster, Charles Cun-
ningham, Martha Culver, Dennis
Row 4. Margaret Thurman, Terry
Gregory, Phyllis Terry, Ronnie
Unger, Peggy Leader, Gary Griggs,
Karen LaFollette, Larry Mosier.
Row 3. Philip Davis, Janet Evans,
Larry Albaugh, Barbara Storz,
Ronnie Fleming, Susan Morrison.
Mike Hardy, Linda Howe, Eddie
Row 2. John Quick, Barbara Bea-
bout, Dan Davis, Carol McManama,
Jim Haskins, .Iudy Neal, Walter
Padgett, Stephanie Price, Stan
Row 1. Don Goodnight, Donna
Cannon, Earl Bobby, Mary Ann
Ruckel, James Swan, Marlene
Allen, David Denton.
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This year the local chapter ol' the Na-
tional Honor Society celebrated the twenty-
Illtli aimncrsary ot its lounding. l'ilt't'llUll
school student may attain. Members are
selected each semester ln' tlic faculty and
the active members on the basis ot' char-
acter, scholarship. leadership. and service.
A gold National Honor Society seal is
placed on the diploma of each graduating
' ' ' ' ' ' ' mcmlmer.
ie society is the liigliest lionor a high
The olticers were: President, Alan
Auglie: Vice President, Harriet Eldridge:
Secretary, llee Jennings: Treasurer, Karen
Bowen: Sponsor, Miss Hattie Campbell.
4 Janice Gregg, Larry Moudy, Lee Jennings, Denny Stampe, Harold Stewart, Gary Kimble.
3. Diane Miller, Fred Campbell, Alan Aughe, Joe Brown, Howard Allen, Susan Basquin,
2. Pat McKinney, Marcia Haworth, Bob Fry, Jay Scott, Bert Kram, Larry Weimer.
1. Sara Stewart, Susan Buchanan, Karen Bowen, Harriet Eldridge, Ellen Trapp, Suzanne Gill.
This year the Student Council was as
busy as ever. They sponsored the Open
House, Blue and White Day, pep sessions.
football and truck queens, a dance, and
convocations. The convoeations included
Nlr. Don Lonie, inspirational speaker:
Beacher Duo, interpreters of popular music
history: and Virginia Sale, impressionist.
They have also connected the record play-
er in the cafeteria with the recreation
Congratulations are in order for the fine
job done by our student governing body
under the direction of Mr. VVilber Cum-
mins and Mr. Charles Caress. The officers
were Norma Moore, President, Larry Wei-
mer, Vice-President: and Sara Stewart.
Row 1. Janice Gregg, Tom Boggess, Bob Fry, Larry Good Joe Purcell Nancy Rya
Row 2. Jackie Stevens, Judy Byers, Betty Rule, Bob Martin Douglas Reid
Row 3. Ruth Grafton, Linda Zerfas, Norma Moore Sara Stewart Carol Lukasik Shlrley Hiatt Ken Smith
Row 4. Pat Barber, Dave Kennedy, Tim Unger, Denny Stampe Gary Kimble Howard Allen lay Scott
Row 5. Larry Dick, Jack Lowden, Gary Johnson Jeff Huffer Harley Dupler
'l'he Sunshine Society is open to all girls who want to help their neighbor. lfornial
initiation was helrl in November with a eanilelight ceremony. A eancly sale was organ-
izecl for the first time to raise money for the Riley Fund and Clinton County Hospital.
The Christnias party antl voneession stancl were in the soeiety's eapahle hantls again this
year. Another new iclea ol' the society was the selling ol' carnations on Valentine's Day.
the officers this year were
The ut't'iwi's this your were: Noriuzi Moore: Vice Piesideiit, Suzanne Podigug Recording
H1'1'I'l'lllI'.Y. liuhhi Ckmwcllp 'l'1'cusL11'e1', l'lu'uI Lukusik. Without the uoopemtioii amd help
hi' Mrs. Waivkiiilz amd Miss Czuuphcll, our sponsors, the society would have he-eu uuzihle
In hzix'v vimiiiplvlc-rl ai very suc'c'oss1'ul -YULIV.
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The lli-Y Club is composed
of junior and senior boys who
must have a 'C' average in
their subjects. The refreshment
stands at football games and
track meets were in their cap-
able hands. Ushers were pro-
vided at basketball games by
the Hi-Y. Some of its activities
are the annual spring picnic,
the annual Autumn Nocturne
dance, Thanksgiving program,
and Easter program.
Denny Stampe, Chaplain: Denny
Leader, Secretaryg Harry Grafton
Sargeant-at-Arms, Larry Moudy
Treasurerg Tim Unger, Vice Pres
identg Gary Kimble, President
Fred Campbell, Parliamentarian.
Harold Collins, Gavin Aitkens, John
Scott, Ken Smith, Lee Jennings
Roger Reagan, Bob Pruitt.
Tom Hesler, Kent Montgomery
Don Miller, Bill Stoops, Dave Ken
nedy, Harold Stewart.
Row l, .lim Lucas, Dion Lovclcss,
Ill at rt in
'lllll. Dick ltlunning, Bob
liow 2. .Iziy Kelly, Bill Millcr,
llonnic l'cx'1'y. Dutch Gunyon. Dick
llurcly, Ronnic Lnplin.
Gary Wzlrldcll, l,a1I'ry Wcimcr,
nroc, Tom Ulm, Miclccy
liusscll, Dill Wlicatlcy, .lay Scott.
lionnic Ilotlicnhcrgcr, .lim Tunis.
t'hui'lcy Bohm, Phil Crum, Bob
l'lIll0l'X. Doug lflhlcrs, Clinton Faust.
.lorry Coopcr, Bob Fry, Tom Dun'
hum, Bill Dixon, Gary Allen, Tom
Bogggt-ss. Lzimoync Altic, I,zn'ry
The purpose of the Math Club is further
development ot' mathematical thought
through specially developed reports and
lectures. Minimal surfaces, mathematical
history, and Mathematical paradoxes have
become more familiar to this year's mem-
bership under the sponsorship ol' Nlr.
Schilling. An annual Math Club Award
was given during Class Day exercises to
the person with the highest scholastic
record for four years of high school mathe-
Row 4-Gene Harston, Gary Kimble, Harry Grafton, Denny Leader, Fred Campbell,
Row 4-Joe Brown, Pat McKinney, Ken Smith, Howard Allen, Tom Hesler, Kay Welty.
Row 2-Suzanne Gill, Janeille Leader, Pequita Troxell, Martha Long, Binnie Bennett, Ruth Jenner, Larry
Row 1-Diane Miller, Ellen Trapp, Harold Stewart, Tom Ulm, Bob Fry, Jim Tunis, Jim Lucas.
Row 5-Nancy Ryan, Becky Erdel, Kay Blystone, Karen Lungren, Janice Gregg, Danny Stampe, Gary
Kimble, Tim Unger, Larry Moudy, Larry Weimer, Gary Waddell, Dick Wegner.
Row 4-Mike Thornburg, Larry Bogue, George Lucas, Harriet Eldridge, Fred Campbell, Joseph Brown,
Howard Allen, Denny Leader, Jay Kelly, Barbara Imel, Jay Scott.
Row 3-Alan Aughe, Michael Louck, Ken Kreisher, Harold Stewart, Janet Lungren, Betty Rule, Sharon
Stewart, Sally Ransom, Susan Buchanan, Sara Stewart, Sharon D. Gregg.
Row 2-Barbara Behr, Pat Barber, Suzanne Gill, Janeille Leader, Lee Jennings, Pam Hodge, Linda Miller,
Karen Bowen, Carol Lukasik.
Row 1-Norma Moore, Emilie McHa1e, Judii George, Ellen Trapp, Martha Long, Bert Kram, Bob Fry,
Jim Lucas, Charles Bohm.
The Forensic Club is dedicated to the
promotion of interest in speech, debate,
parliamentary procedure, and law. The
club sponsored a convocation and a dance
for the student body. ln co-sponsorship
with the Hi-Y the Forensic Club sponsored
the "Panel of America." During the year
'57-'58 the first Forensic Symposium, which
provides an opportunity for members to
speak, discuss and debate, was organized.
Officers: President, Denny Stampe, Vice
President, Bert Kram, Secretary, Janeille
Leader, Treasurer, George Lucaasg Spon-
sor, Mrs. Redmon.
The Spanish Club gives to the members
the opportunity of having a little fun with
the language and to learn more about the
people who speak it. Programs for some
of the meetings consisted of word games
and skits. Several speakers were also in-
d. c. e. club
D.C.E. helps its members to learn an
occupation that is useful after graduation.
The club also helps to better employer-
employee relations with their members.
March twenty-fourth was the date of the
D.C.E. Banquet. D.C.E. students and their
employers were guests. Students and co-
ordinators from all over the state were
The officers were: President, Larry
Skaggsg Vice President, Dick Myersg Secre-
tary. Connie Groty: Treasurer, .lim ltenol
Sponsor, Mr. Shoekney.
Row 3-Emilie McHale, Jim Reno, Dick Myers,
Row 2-Gene Harston, Lloyd Jobe, Jack Bowerman,
Larry Reagan, Bernard Newhart.
Row 1-Connie Grotv. .Iohn Scott, Charles Van
Meter, Max Mathews, Susan Stouder.
eluded in the programs this year.
The officers were: President. .lay Kelly:
Vice President, .Ianet Lungren: Secretary,
Sharon Stewart: Treasurer, Pat Broderickl
Sponsor, Miss Irion.
Row 5-Lynette Wilson, Ruth Grafton, Barbara Martin, Tom McManama, Jerry Cooper, Tom Pugsley,
Jeff Huffer, .lohn Collier, John Dunham, Jerry Clark, Dion Loveless, Jay Kelly, Bob LaFollette.
Row 4-Ellen Trapp, Tom Dunham, Janice Gregg, Donna Kay Brittain, Judy Rich, Dixie McKinsey, Pat
Welty, Anna Clouser, Nan Thomas, Karen Small, Charles R. Dunham, James Monroe, Doug Ehlers.
Row 3-John Zahn, Sammy Shaff, Tony Cox, Ronnie Houze, Pete Kirby, Marilyn Leonard, Janet Lungrcn
Harold M. Stewart, Den Leader, Linda Unroe, Pat Broderick.
Row 2-Ruth Jenner, Suzanne Pedigo, Janice White, Pat Coe, Sharon D. Gregg, Sharon Stewart, Judy
Nieman, Cynthia Petty, Karen Clidenee, Barbara Sue Hedgcock, Shirley Hiatt.
Row 1-James Stevens, Orval Moore, John Sullivan, Frank Otterman, Jack Hibner, Rita Burd, Pequita
Troxell, Marlita McNew, Nancy Cronkright, Barbara Switzer, Linda Parker.
The annual Christmas dance was sponsored hy the Latin Vinh, At the meetings this
year, many interesting slides were shown. Some of the guests have been Mr. William
Goodwin and Mr. .lohn Seheidler who showed slides of their interesting trips. Every year
the Latin Club semis out their own special Christmas Cards. A spring pienie was held at
Turkey Run again this year.
The ot't'it-ers were: President, Iiiek Manning: Vice President. Larry Weimer: Seere-
tary, Mike Lonek: Treasurer. lluteh Gunyoni Sponsor. Mr. Farrell.
projection club l
The Projection Club plays an
important part in the putting
rm the various shows in the
auditorium. They also run the
projector for movies throughout
the year. The officers are Lloyd
Jobe. President: David Rogers,
Vice President: and Dick Davey,
Row 1-Marianne Herr, .Iohn Carroll Scott, Lloyd M. Jobe, Dick Davey, Fred Chandler, Cathy Scircle.
Row 2-Tim Dirbas, Woodie Haynes, Harold Birden, Oran Moudy, Larry Cunningham, Bob LaFollettc,
Row 3-James Kirkpatrick, Michael Beard, Hobart McKee, Larry Wheeler, Kent Montgomery, Ronnie
Reagan, Max Mathews, Ronnie Pitzer, Gerald Roth, David Rogers.
Row 4-Joe Hinton, Don Miller, Michael Overmyer, Winston Jaggers, George Benson Brittain, Gene Harston.
Students are eligible to become members of the Cosmopolitan Club il' they liaw at "IV
average in history. This year the initiation was held in November. A scholarship ol' twen-
ty-five dollars is awarded to the Senior with the highest average in history for tour years
This year the club sponsored a dance and a spring picnic.
The officers Were: President. Pat McKinney: Vice President. lletty Sue llhodt-si 'l'rvas-
urer, Diane Miller: Secretary, Wanda Pate: Sponsor. Nlr. Dick.
Jlenihers ot' the t'zuneru Cluh learn the
various uses and constructions ol' the vaun-
erzt. They also learn about the process of
developing pictures. This year their uetiv-
ities linye invlucletl at clunee and at photog-
rzipliy contest. Some of the members
enterecl the state photography contest this
The ol'I'ic'ers were: Presitlent. llurry
tlrzttton: Vice Presitlent. Howard Allen:
Set-retury. Karl Decker: Sargeant-ut-Arms.
Drew t'zu'rel: Sponsor, Mr. Belcher,
3-Michael Beard, Douglas Reid, Pete Kirby,
1-Larry Moudy, John Scott, Jerry Clark and
4-John Beacham, Loren Pcarcy, Larry Dick,
2-Dcnnie Hollis, Don Miller, Tom Ulm, Larry
The purpose oi' the Science Club is to
promote interest in knowledge ol' sc-ienee.
This is done through reports on new tle-
science und through infli-
were 1 l'resiclent. Alun
Aughei Vive Presiclent, .lim Tunis: Sevre-
tury-Treasurer, Jim Luezisg Sponsor, Mr.
E. O. Hunger.
Jerry Roth, Dick Hardy, Harry Grafton,
Mickey, Pete Basquin, Ed Russell.
Avres, Robert Day.
4-Jim Lucas, Jim Tunis, Judy Innis, Barbara Igney, Pete Basquin.
3-Roger Howe, Harley Dupler, John Kipp, Harold Stewart, Linda Miller, Dick Brammel.
2-Beth Miller, Errol Beumel, Ken Kreisher, Mike Louek, Karen Mundell, .Iaeke Power. Joan
1-Gordon Goodnight, Judy Byers, Ronnie Perry, Alan Aughe, Larry Bogue, Tom Hufford.
foreign correspondence club
The Foreign t'orrespondenee Club is sponsored by the Iiutin Club. Members reeeive
inueh enjoyment from letters from their pen pals in foreign lands. New friendships have
been sturted in many interesting countries. The president this year was Bob Klurtin.
future nurses club
All members of the Future Nurses' Club must give fifteen hours of free service to
receive their pins. Most of the girls dial volunteer work at the hospital. The club tlonatetl
Clll'lSlllltlS presents to the mental patients at llogansport. The club also helped with
patch tests which were given to the ninth and tenth graders. This year the members
took fielcl trips to the Indiana Meclical Center and the lllethoclist hospital in Indianapolis.
The officers were: President, Susan Buchanan: Vice Presitlent, Pam llotlgeg Recording
Secretary. Karen Bowen: Corresponding Secretary, Harriet hllclriclge: Treasurer. .laneille
Iieatleri Sponsor, Mrs. Helen Smith.
Row 5-Janice Hardesty, Melanie Adams, Patsy Fudge, Betty Graybill, Carolyn Pearson, Jane Stokesberry,
Row 4-Nancy Wayt, Pat Parker, Pequita Troxell, Pat McKinney, Sharon Stewart, Rosemary Hinton,
Wanda Slipher, Shirley Crum, Martha Long, Becky Erdel.
Row 3-Betty Rhodes, Ruth Jenner, Donna Bewsey, Stella Bushman, Carol Cameron, Mary Krancr, Nancy
Smith, Elonda Strawn, Carol Straesser, Nancy Ryan.
Row 2-Karen Mundell, Kathy Goldman, Carolyn Suits, Karen Small, Roberta Wiley, Sandy Pruitt, Sue
Gustavel, Bonnie Hutchison, Judy Rule, Cathy Henderson.
Row 1-Janeille Leadeer, Pam Hodge, Shirley Hiatt, Karen Bowen, Susan Buchanan, Harriet Eldridge,
Dana Dick, Kaye Loveless.
f. h. a. club
The purpose of the Future Hoinemakers of America is to help prepare the girls for
their future as homemakers. The club meetings are enlightening on several subjects with
selected speakers for their subjects.
The officers were: President. .lohn Maladyi Vice l'resitlent, Marcia liurclg Secretary.
Kitty Allen: Treasurer, Karen Baty.
future teachers club
The Future Teachers' Club tries to give the
an idea of the advantages of teaching as
Some of the guest speakers this year
Waddell and Mr. Gorman Pierce who
their various experiences. For the first
senior members were granted the priv-
cadet teaching at the grade schools.
Row3-Sara Caldwell, Ronda Hayes, Carol McLaughlin, Judy Shelly, Dixie McKinsey, Deanna Baldwin,
Randy Myers, Pete Miller.
Row 2-Karen Lungren, Connie Colgrove, Grace Devore, Jane Mohler, Pat Barber, Sharon Young, Bob
Martin, Carol Lukasik.
Rozv l-lfynda Clark, Barbara Behr, Larry Moudy, Bobbie Conwell, Judii George, Denny Leader, lflllen
Members were also given the chance to serve at
The officers were: President, Denny Leader:
Vice President, Grace Devoreg Secretary, Sharon
Young: Corresponding Secretary, Barbara Behr,
Treasurer, Karen Lungreng Sponsor, Miss Bond,
The F-club is composed of the award winners in the sports program. Dedicated to the promotion of
good sportsmanship and personal leadership, the club serves as an inspiration to the school. Each year
the Big Broadcast is sponsored by the club and the Master of Ceremonies is elected from the membership.
Leading the F-club this year are sponsor, Raymond Rohrabaugh, and president, Larry Moudy.
Row 4-Doug Reid, Don Oberhoulser, Bill Fugate, Jerry Roth, Bert Kram, Tom Ulm, Gary Waddell,
Larry Moudy. Gary Kimble, Tim Unger.
Row3fRo1nniti llouze, Pete Kirby, Tom Boggess, Ken Kreisher, Jim Lucas. .Iohn Kipp, .lay Kelly, Bill
W eat ey.
Row 2-Clark Woodard, Dick Wegner, Larry Weimer, Tom Hufford, Dutch Gunyon, Larry Good, Larry
McKee, Jerry Cooper, Dick Hardy, David, Kennedy.
Row 1-Bill Stoops, Raymond Wilson, Larry Woods, Harold Stewart, Larry Calloway, Aaron Wann, .lim
Stevens, Karl Decker, Harry Grafton.
The membership of the Staccato Club consists
of junior and senior girls who are in band, orches-
tra, and choir. This club awards a twenty-five
scholarship to any girl in the club who intends
to further her education in music. The Staccato
Club's formal initiation was held in November this
The officers were: President, Joyce Holland,
Vice President, Ellen Trapp, Secretary, Marcia
Haworthg Treasurer, Patty Bateg Sponsor, Mr,
Row 1-Karen Stingley, Sara Caldwell, Norma
Moore, Karen Bowen, Harriet Eldridge,
Nancy Ryan, Becky Erdel, Barbara Sue
Row3-Patti Thomas, Pequita Troxell, Linda
Miller, Pam Hodge, Dixie Morton, Brenda
Smith, Suzanne Gill, Martha Long, Kay
Blystone, Suzanne Pcdigo.
Row 2-Marilyn Leonard, Linda Schooley, Janeille
Leader, Cynthia Petty, Marilyn Hazel, Con-
nie Pedigo, Karen Clidence, Sally Ewbank.
Row 1-Pat Hill, Joyce Holland, Patty Bate,
Marcia Haworth, Carol Lukasik, Ellen
Trapp, Marcia Burd, Karen Lungren.
The Crescendo Club is a boys' musical organiza-
tion. Every year a scholarship is given to a grad-
uating senior who plans to further his education
in music. The club has an annual spring party
at Camp Cullom for the members, and it also
sponsors a dance during the school year. I
The officers were: President, Bob Martin, Viet
President, Ken Kreisher, Second Vice President
Jim Stevens, Secretary, Tim Unger, 'l'reasurer,
Mike Louckg Sponsor, Mr. Long.
How 4-Lee Jennings, Denny Stampe, Tim Unger, Fred Campbell, Jim Tunis, Jim Stevens, Bob Pruitt
Denny Leader, Jack Hibner.
Row 3-Terry Clidence, Jay Lipsett, Dick Brammell, Ronnie Kellams, Danny Boxwell, Larry Cunningham
George Lucas, Michael Louck.
liow 2-Errol Beumel, Mike Thornburg, Jerry Ostler, Orval Moore, Tom Boggess, Dutch Gunyon, Larry
Bogue, Harley Dupler, Kent Ryan.
Row 1-Frank Otterman, Larry Reed, Bob Martin, Bert Kram, Larry Weimer, Dion Loveless, Bob Fry
and Ken Kreisher.
This year the choir under the direction
of K. C. Morgan participated in many activ-
ities, among them being: the annual Fall
Festivalg the Christmas Convocationg Dis-
trict and All State Contestg District Festival
at West Lafayetteg Spring Festivalg and
This year the choir is giving a scholar-
ship in memory of Twilla Oberrniller, who
would have graduated this year.
The officers were: President, Alan
Augheg Vice President, Harriet Eldridgeg
Secretary, Carol Lukasikg Treasurer, Ellen
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activities this past .X'0ill'. Some of the- events
in which they have liven arc: llistrivt amd
State Solo amd lflnsemhle Coiiu-sl. Mid-
Wimm' C'om-em, I-S il I1 cl :md O1'n'li0st,i'u
Chic-kvh l5uu1'bec'i1v. which was ut Lim-oln
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ficers in oiwiie-sti'u this year www: iiLll'lJilI'il
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Historizmg Shurmi Young, l1iiH'lll'iilH1 iiilllill
Schooley, Vice Presicleiit, amd Peggy
senior class play
Stut-li stage doors, a lost pawn ticket. a
hashful dog, lfreneh tutoring. an engage-
ment. a lawsuit. and forgotten lines - all
of these things were the ingredients that
L niix '- ' t 's j 1ar's senior
lnndt up tht tuit ol hi yt
class ilu' "tll+'Vl'l l+'lXll+'N ll ll F lf' lf li
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I nder the direetlon of Mrs. Martha
llednion and student directors .loyee Hol-
land and I'at llill, the senior at-tresses and
artors presented their version of the play
.Xuditoriuni April ltl and ll.
lht play rentered around two young
ladies who were taking a trip to Europe
to heeome educated, but instead went man
hunting. As the story unfolds many corn-
plieations arise in which the girls become
involved in many difficulties. Lorlei re-
eeiyed an engagement ring from a very
refined gentleman, and Dorothy heeame
interested in Sam who was just an ordinary
young man. Add to this situation the
pawning of the ring in a pawnshop, de-
tectives searehing the rooni of the girls,
the reunion of Aunt Dolly and lf'ather, and
finally marriage plans and you have an
idea of what was presented in the play.
Judy George, Linda Mullins, Linda
Sheets, Pat Hill, Jerry Clark,
Gavin Aitkens, Tom Hesler, Carol
Lukasik, Lynne Wegner.
Gavin Aitkens, Linda Mullins, Carol
Bates, Lee Jennings, Howard Allen,
Bob Pruitt, Denny Leader, Patty
Bate, Harriet Eldridge, Karen
Bowen, Barbara Hedgcock.
Pat Hill, Joyce Holland, Linda
Mullins, J a n e Weakley, Patty
Bute, Betty Eppert.
Mary George Hammersley
Tridebs - "Sugartimc"
Freddie Rice - piano solo
Pam Hodge-All of Me
Class Play Cut
Tom Cook-Too Young
Band Numbers-Elks Parade Flung Home
Tap Dancing Duet-Cherie Stair Sammy Shaff
Harold 81 .Ian - Mr. Sandman
Happiness Street-precision dance
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue
The twent-v-set-ontl annual Big Broad-
rast with its theme, 'Tlet Happy" was pre-
senterl in Central Auclitorium Mareh 20
antl 21 with Gary Kimble as Master ol'
C'eremonies. C'ongratulations to Norma
Nloore. Student Director: Janice Gregg, As-
sistant llireetor tstuclentl: girls of the roar-
ing twenties: 'lll'lCl9l7Sl Freclclie Rieel solo-
ists, Pam antl Tom: Class Play Cut: the
l,ittle Rascals: an oriental halleti Hand
numhers. "Flying Home" and "Elks Pa-
racle": Holm Pruitt. Band Leader: tap
tlanving tluet: the tlanee aets: Harold antl
.lani the Satire on "Slaughter on Tenth
The tlrantl Finale hrought things to a
rlose. hut many joyous memories will long
he rememherecl. Thanks goes to faculty acl-
visors. Ilayinoncl "Buck" Rohrahaugh anrl
Atlen Long. plus all those behind the
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high life staff
Row 4-Nancie Wayt, Ruth Jenner, Diane Fredrickson, Sherry Glenn, Dixie Morton.
Row 3-Elusan Basquin, Dick Manning, Bill Miller, Larry Moudy, Pat McKinney, Ken Smith, Bob
Row 2-Kay Welty, Harriet Eldridge, Connie Colgrove, Cynthia Petty. Susan Buchzlnan, Janice Gregg,
Pam Hodge, Carolyn King.
Row 1-Deanna Crum, Kay Blystone, Nancy Ryan, Marcia Burd, Suzanne Pedigo, Linda lVlille1', Karen
Stingley, Judii George.
Row 3-Gary Kimble, Denny Stampe, Joyce Holland, Barbara Hedgcock, Carol Lukasik, Harold Stewart
Row 2-Alan Aughe, Shirley Hiatt, Patty Bate, Joe Cox, Howard Allen.
Row 1-Nancy Saltsman, Marcia Haworth, Karen Bowen, Lee Jennings, Ken Smith.
Sixteen people have been working to-
gether for the realization of a dream, the
15158 Caulclron. After a theme was chosen,
they began getting pictures, choosing a
cover, writing copy, pasting pictures, and
selling in home rooms. Due to the efforts
of the editor, Karen Bowen, assistant ecli-
tor, Lee Jennings and the staff, their dream
has become a reality. The sponsor was
Left to right: Binnie Spray, Pam Hodge, Judii
George, Queen Norma Moore, Brenda Smith, Carol
crowning of the queens
'l'he hand tnatrehetl in I'oIlon'etl lay inn
array ol' heztutitul girls in shiny eonrerta
ihles. liovelx' .lntlii reigned its the ITPBS
The girls in red and white lornntls keep-
ing in harinonuv with the theme ol' Valen-
tine Dilf' were eseortecl onto the floor hy
the Hi-Y ushers. There was grent suspense
as Uieli Manning flipped the eoin to ntnne
Norma Moore its runner np Lund Vztrol
linkasik as the 15158 hitsketlutll queen.
Students rushing honte to ehnnge to
their party elothes, the easting ot' their
ballots at the floor. and the exehztnging ol
good luek: This is the cl0l'0l12lllUll lizlll.
Pretty little Surat .lone Sl?l'2l.X' ztntl Milo
ldldridge utlcletl to this as they eztrrietl the
erowns tor Gary Kimble itncl Miss Ntlhillil
lieztutitnl girls in pastel lortnztls were
in shiny eonvertililes to their plztees ot'
plztees ol' honor. t'hzn'tning hliss Nornnt
Moore and her ztttentlztnts presented rilm,
lions to the H158 trzteli winners.
Left t, right: Sharon Stewart, Brenda Smith, Carol Lukasik, Queen .Iudii George, Janet Weakley, Venn
Hodge, Barbara Igncy,
Lvfl Io Right: Iiobhiv Vonwoll. .luflii Gl'0I'fll', Qucvn f'2ll'0l Lukzxsik. Normzl Moore-, Lynm- Wvgnvr.
Rowii-King Gary Kimble, Queen Norma Moorv.
ROXV2fl.lll'l'X Wcimor. Kay Blyslono. Harley Duplor. Sharon Stcwurt. Carol Lukzlsik, Tim Ungar, Binnim
Spray, l.u1'ry Roush, Pam Horlgo, .Inv Kollx'
Huw 1-Milo Iilrlrirlpiv. Sara June Spray.
aiifxm. . .:a.e:.
Row 4-Pete Basquin, Bill Woodward, Ed Russell, Tom Boggess, Jay Kelly, Tom Ulm, Don Miller, Mickey
Lewis, Jerry Shore, Mike Thornburg.
Row 3-Head Coach McLane, Dick Hardy, Larry Dick, Larry Ayres, Ronnie Houze, Larry Roush, Jim
Stevens, Larry Calloway, Ken Kreisher, Loren Pearcy, Dick Snyder, Tom Frazier, Bill Stoops,
Assistant Coach Bradfield.
ltow 2-Assistant Coach Heninger, John Sullivan, Mgr., David Gunyon, Harley Dupler, Jim Howe, Ronnie
Lappin, Dick Wegner, Bill Wheatley, Clark Woodard, David Kennedy, Bert Kram, Larry Woods,
Doug Reid, Jack Hibner.
ltow 1-Pete Kirby, Jim Lucas, Harold Stewart. Gary Kimble, Harry Grafton, Jerry Roth, Larry Wei-
mcr, Gary Waddell, Orval Moore.
The Hot Dogs led by co-Captains Gary
Kimble and Harry Grafton and fourteen
returning lettermen fought very hard this
year to bring home two victories. Although
it is a rather unimpressive record, it is
commendable considering the competition
which included some of the best teams in
the state, and is a step in the right direc-
tion for F.H.S.'s rebuilding process.
During the season. the Hot Dogs defeated
archrival Kirklin 26-13 and brought home
the first North Central Conference victory
in four years by defeating Logansport 13-7.
The team broke another old jinx by scor-
ing against Jeff of Lafayette for the first
time since 1948. Coaches McLane and
Henninger have brought the Hot Dogs a
long way and should be congratulated.
Since there were only six seniors, who
were: Dave Kennedy, Harry Grafton, Gary
Kimble, Larry Calloway, Jim Stevens, and
Harold Stewart, the prospects for next
season are the brightest in many a year.
llow 6-Tom Boggess, Larry
Calloway, David Gunyon,
Row 5-Gary Kimble, David
Kennedy, Bert Kram, Jim
Row 4-Harold Stewart, Gary
Waddell, B i 1 l Wheatley,
Row 3-Larry Weimer, Tom
Ulm, .lim Lucas, .lim Howe.
Row 2-Ronnie Houze, Pete
Kirby, Ken Kreisher, Doug
Row I-Jerry R o t li, Clark
Row 3--Coach Morgan, Mark McCoskey, Gerry Mang, Rick Rothenberger, Larry Wheatley, Bob Boyer
Dick White, Tom Cook.
Row 2-Robert Cobb, mgr., Benny Hufford, Max Rogers, Ronnie Hibbard, Ronnie McClughcn, Sam Shall,
Jay Stinson, Blacky Pitzer.
Row 1-John Zahn, Kenny Lock, Terry Clidence, Don Smith, Gary Johnson, Artie Mclfllwvv.
8th grade football
Row 4-Assistant Coach Mangis, Bob Hizer, David Denton, Dave Sebree, John Stiner, .leff Smith
Row 3-Don Adkins, Robbin Dobson, Stanley Adcock, Joe Imel, Jim Haskins, Gordon Clidcnee.
Row 2-Phil Davis, Bill Kreisher, Ronnie Fleming, Dave Dunkin, Ronnie Unger, Dave Schulor, Roy Boggess
Jim Keedy, Mac Bennett, Chuck Harshman.
Row 1-Chuck Fisher, Chuck Garrett, Joe Schoman, Kenny Kellams, Ronnie Smith, Leslie Branstettvr
Dwight Reid, Buddy Moore, 'Teddy Akers.
logansport game highlights
'l'he best game ol' the season wus plalyeml
ut lAltEILlllSlJOI'l. The llot Dogs' gmuml :xml
aerial attack plus 1'ugg.:ed mleterminulimm
gave the llul Dogs the first llOlll'0l'0llK'l'
vin-tow since 'BSL The highlight nl' the
game was the 70--vmwl gallop by llzn-rbx'
Row 1-Bill Fugate, Jay Kelly, Tim Unger, Larry
Row l-Raymond Wilson, Jerry Roth, Karl Decker
Alter the football season, the attention
ol' sports fans switehetl to "The lloosier
Hysteria," basketball. 'l'he Hot Dogs, with
five returning lettermen, fought hard all
season for 'Ole lf'.H.S. The five returning
lettermen eonsistecl ot' four seniors and
one junior: Larry Moutly, Tim Vnger, Ray-
mond XYilson, Harry Grafton, ancl .lay
Aniong the most memorable experiences
ot' the '58 season, were the Dogs' early sea-
son defeat ol' t'rawl'ormlsx'ille. l'llllll6l'llIJ in
Moudy, Doug Reid, Jim Hackerd, Larry Ayres, Mgr.
llarry Grafton, Larry Good, Don Oberhoulser.
the State finals: anti the near upset, ,ltl-319,
ol' traclitional rival llafavette .let'l'. 'I'he llot
Dogs also surprisetl Logansport in their
own Berry Bowl by downing them.
Alter the regular season, the team went
into the Sectional cleterminerl to win hut.
lost to the Rossville Hornets in the ehamp-
ionship game, :Sl-413. Congratulations to
llaarry Moucly, who was eleetecl to the
All NLYC. team two years in a row. Ile
had a 20,53 shooting average.
'l'up-f-.lm-x'1'y Roth, .Iuy KL-lly, Don Ubcrhoulscr, Bill Fllgdllx.
2mifLurx'y Good. Harry Grafton, Doug Reid, Raymund Wilson.
Bottom-'Larry Moudy, Jim Hackvrd, Karl Decker.'l'i1u Ungm
Row2-Gary Johnson, Larry Wheat-
ley, Larry McKee. Doug Ehlers,
.loe Haekard. Gary Kaser, Pete
Row 1-Dick Snyder, R o b e rt Mc-
Clughen, Mickey Miller, Tom
Whitaker, Artie Mclilwee, Oscar
Branstetter, Ronnie Fleming.
Row 2-Benny Hufford, Porky Kel-
lams, mgr., Max Rogers, Ronnie
Hibbard, Dick Brammel, Kent
Ryan. Dick White, and Coach
Row 1-Cletis Marsh, mgr., Roger
Howe, Bill Strong, Phil Voltz,
.lack Lowden. Bob Shurr.
Sth grade team
Row, 3-Mgr. lion Smitlx Mgr. Steve
llibhard, Dave Schuler, Joe
Sehoman, Dwight Reid, Mac
Bennett, Coach Pullen.
Row!!-Bill Davis, .lake Wilson, Role
land Bewsey, Chuck Lingle'
haugh. Mgr. Joe Imel, Mgr.
Row lgChuck Garrett, Chuck Harsh-
man, Jim Keedy, William
Kreisher. Charles Sink, Kenny
Row 3-Bill Dowden, Gordy Clidence,
Mike Fitzhenry, Roy Boggess,
Ron Unger, Gary Donoho, Jim
Haskins, Coach Keith Morgan.
Row 2-Colonel Smith, Larry Mosier,
Dave Sebree, Eddie Adams,
Dale Brittain, .lim Sexton.
Row 1-Leroy Zook, mgr., Deanno
Suiter, .lim Shoemacker, Dave
Dunkin, Buddy Moore, .lim
Steward, George Loveland.
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Row 3-Larry Cunningham, Aaron Wann, Tom Ulm, Doug Reid, Marion Harrington, Gary Waddell,
LaVerne Wilson, Sam Wills, Tom Boggess, Fred Chandler.
Row 2-Jim Kallner, Terry Zink, Jim Lucas, Bert Kram, Orval Moore, Tom Cook, Mickey Lewis, Larry
McKee, Bill Dixon.
Row 1-Jerry Cooper, Tom McManama, Ronnie Howe, David Adcock, Tom Catron, Woody Haynes, Jerry
Davis, Jerry Shore, Jerry Roth, Harry Grafton.
Roger Morrison, Terry Pugsley, Joe Hackerd, Jimmy Calendar, Jerry Cooper, Roger Stingley, Jay
Newhart, Gary Allen, Jerry David, Kent Montgomery, Hobart McKee, Phil Crum, Larry McKee, Aaron
Wann, John Scott, Marion Harrington.
With the spring season coming on, the
attention of sport fans is on the trackmen.
The Hot Dogs have four returning letter-
men from last year's winning squad. They
are: Harry Grafton, Raymond Wilson,
Aaron Wann, and Bert Kram.
Frankfort was host to the Frankfort
Relays on April 29, Central Indiana meet
May 6, and the Sectional. The Hot Dogs
are looking forward to a successful season
and may send some to the State meet.
Row 2-Coach Morgan, Verne Lahee, Bob Boyer,
Bob Hailman, Charlie Jacoby, Jerry Ham-
mond, Ronnie Hibbard, Larry Hill, Mgr.
Row 1-Dick White, Jay Lipsett, Bob Branstetter,
John Price, Don Smith.
fl' 1 4
varsity cross country
The Harriers had two returning letter-
men this year, Aaron Wann and Larry
McKee. Jerry Cooper won his jacket and
Terry Pugsley received credit for one year.
The team was riddled with sickness and
injury and was unable to compile an im-
pressive record. They were unable to com-
pete in the Sectional or Conference meets
because of the flu epidemic. The Harriers
are looking forward to a brighter season
Row 3-Coach Pullen, Joe Doan, Mgr., Stanley
Adcock, Jake Wilson, Gordon Clidence, Bill
Dowden, Larry Meneely, Dwight Reid,
Larry Weaver, Gerald Bewsey, Roy Bog-
gess, Charles Harshman, Mike Fitzhenry.
Row 2-Jim Sexton, Dave Sebree, Mac Bennett,
Ronnie Webb, Phil Higginbotham, Gary
Donoho, Bill Kreisher, Jim Keedy, Charles
Sink, Leslie Branstetter, Jim Stewart.
Row 1-Colonel Smith, Ronnie Smith, Buddy Moore,
Robbin Dobson, Larry Mosier, Dave
Duncan, Jim Haskins, Kenny Kellams,
Steve Shephard, Eric Hardesty, Mgr.
Left to right: Buddy Freedman, Gary Mang, Jack
Lowden, John Schilling, Ronnie Kellams, Mike
Monroe, Randy Smith, Larry Wolfe, Doug Ehlers.
Doug Ehlers was the only returning let-
terman on the golf team this year. but he
will receive valuable help from under-
classmen. The team has a full schedule
including the Sectional and Conference
The lSl58 edition of Frankt'ort's golf
squad is in the growing process, following
the loss of five men from the '57 team.
This year's tennis team is one of rebuild-
ing. Tom Hufford is the only returning
letterman and is the only netman l'6i',ll'll-
ing from last year's team, which brought
the North Central Conference trophy to
F.H.S. On this year's squad others have
gotten one year credit on their jackets
which takes two years' service to win.
Row 2-Jim Tunis, Jay Scott, Harold Smock, Bill Miller, Ken Krcisher, Ronnie Youngblood, Ken Smith,
Row 1-Gary Kimble, Benny Hufford, Tom Hufford, Jerry Ray, Denny Hollis, Harold Stewart, Harley
Dupler, Bob LaFollette.
Row 3-Coach Reece Henninger, Max Rogers, Gary Johnson, Phil Ogden, Dale Isgrigg, Ronnie Fleming,
Tim Derbis, Coy Aders, Jerry Dick, Carol Kressel, Coach Bill Waddell.
Row 2-Dave Gunyon, Larry Dick, Joe Hackerd, Larry Moudy, Tim Unger, Mick Miller, Gail Dick.
Row 1-Dick Unroe, Karl Decker, Dion Loveless, Ronnie McClughen, Larry Woods, Deth Oberhoulser,
Dick Snyder, Larry Ayres, Dick Manning, John Beechem.
l'nder the capable coaching of Bill
Waddell and Reece lleninger the Hot Dogs
are looking forward to a successful season.
The team will he taking the diamond in
brand new uniforms this year. They will
have seven returning lettermen: Larry
Moody, Tim Unger, Dave Gunyon. Karl
Decker, Larry Woods, Don Oherhouser,
and ,lim Hackerd. The Hot Dogs will have
a full schedule including nine conference
Logansport, . . . , Here
.lel'i' ...... . . Here
Richmond . . . . llere
Kokomo . . . . There
New Castle , . . . Here
Technical . . . . There
Muncie . . . . . There
Nlarion . . . . There
Anderson . . . . There
Mr. Pullen, Mr. Rohrabaugh, Mr. Cummins, Mr. Bradfield, Mr. Waddell, Mr. Henninger, Mr. McClaine,
Mr. Baldwin. Mr. Morgan.
Left to Right: .Iohn D, Sullivan,
Larry Ayres, Bill Stoops, John
Kipp. .lack Hihnc-r. Dick Hardy.
Loft to right: Carolyn King, Rosie Hinton, .lancl Wcaklcy, .luclii George
l'iYCl'f'VVllL'l'0 our lbotliall and basketball
tvzams wont this your our spirited yell
lvzxrlcrs were there to lezlci the Hot Dogs
on to x'ic'tm'y. We are ull proud ol' thc lim'
juli Ilujv rlirl.
b-team yell leaders
Loft to right: Janet Lungren, Patsy Spears, Binnic
Suo Spray, Jackie Stevens, Lynn Powell.
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