Franklin Central High School - Flashback Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1967 volume:
I 967 Flash Back
Franklin Central High School
THE YEAR IN NUMBERS
Telling the story of a school year, a yearbookls chief
job, can not be complete without a deeper insight into the
students who make up the school. The FLASHBACK
staff conducted a survey among FC pupils to discover
how they lived and what they did during the '66-,67
FC students arise about 6:21 a.m., dress, and then
about 80.2'Z1 of them catch school buses. The other 19.8011
get to FCI-IS in cars, 54'Z1 of which are over 9 years old.
Before school starts, about 16.3'Z1 sit in the cafeteria
talking to 3.21 friends. The other 84'Zn wander through-
out the halls and rooms.
After home room, the average student attends his
5.21 classes per day Knot counting study hall, and he
leaves school at 2:47 p.m. Back at home, he does his
homework, eats and is in bed at 10:38 p.m.
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Sports Vibrancy Adds to Statistic Accumulation
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tendants at sports events.
The accumulation of statistical data depends greatly on the
varied sports and connecting activities surrounding our school.
These numbers will come alive for you when you stop to con-
sider them as the students of Franklin Central in action. The
numerical facts presented on these two pages vary from sports
such as basketball and football to related activities like danc-
ing teen-agers at sock-hops. Statistics can be very boring,
dull thingsg but when connected with the electricity of sports,
the spark of excitement brings them to life.
Practicing twice a week, or forty-eight times in a sports year, our varsity
cheerleaders have helped to raise school spirits.
This is one of the eight times in a game that Mr. Knoop can call the boys
back for a short conference. These eight minutes give the team a chance
to catch its breath and make plans for attack.
Communication and Transportation Varied at FC
Because moving means walking at Franklin Central, com-
fortable footwear is a necessity. Two out of five girls solve
this problem by wearing knee-socks.
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Rick Shilling led the band in the Christmas parade down-
town. They marched nearly 6336 steps,
Alanie Tam typifies one of the 250 telephone users who are
accommodated weekly by this communication outlet.
Transportation and communication have become very
important parts of our everyday life. Often we take for
granted all the commonplace things that Hll each day.
Through the statistics and numerical facts on this and the
adjacent page you will discover the big role that trans-
portation and communication play in your life. The
numerous modes of transport, the varied ways of com-
munication and their relationship to students at FC is
strong evidence that everyday things do matter.
One hundred and seventy-five students crowd into each hall every
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You can estimate the growth of the junior and senior classes by
regarding the number of cars in the student parking lot, About
40921 ofthe upper classes drive to school.
Mr. Guyer's announcements to students in the morning takes 14
hours during the year.
Our card filing system isn't complex, but it serves a purpose for more
than 591 books are signed out each week.
Although only one senator was elected at FC, one hundred per
cent ofthe senior class benefited.
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Debbie Brodrick, Vicki Kurtz, and Susie Smale represent the small mi-
nority of senior cord wearers at FC.
This year's junior class purchased a hundred and thirty rings at the
average cost of twenty-four dollars.
Many students eat lunch in the cafeteria, and they
provide this boy with his job. He and others like him
wash about six hundred and fifty trays a day.
umerical Data Verify Class Individualit
Although the percentage of practical jokes is low, Donna
Piepenbrok is the victim of one.
A questionnaire indicated that about eighty-eight students buy lunch daily at the snack bar, and
they spent approximately twenty cents at each visit,
THE YEAR IN NUMBERS: ACADEMICS
When first period starts at 8:10, the average FC stu-
dent makes his way through crowded halls to the Hrst of
his classes. About 22921 of the students go to the voca-
tional education wing of FC to study this type of course.
Another 36'Z1 prepares for college, while 42'Z1 train to be
clerks, secretaries, or other businessjob.
During the day, 8.2'7b of the FC student body attend a
French class, 7.1721 a Spanish class, only 5.771 take Latin.
The rest study English.
Some 3.7 themes per six weeks as well as 23.6 pages of
reading per night keep him busy about 2.9 hours a night.
He is diligent, too since he completes about 92'7o of his
assignments on time, using 4.6 paper clips per week to
fasten his papers together.
What is his favorite class? Math, shop and government
led the list.
Mathematics at Franklin Central runs the gamut from
arithmetic to calculus. Sitting in one of these classes, one
is apt to hear anything from the calculation of the price
of a dozen oranges to a discussion of why the derivative
of a natural logarithm is constant. Subjects as old as
Athens and as modern as the space age provide pupils
with a sound mathematical background.
A threesome of teachers with master's degrees instruct
FC,s courses. Mr. Glen Eastes, the department head,
gleaned his education from Butler and Purdue. Indiana
State and Indiana University trained Mrs. Sarah Schowe
and Mr. William Leffler respectively.
Mrs. Schowe explains the process of solving simultaneous equations
in one of her algebra classes.
Mr. Eastes and Mr. Lemer, two members of our math teaching
staff, ponder over the complicated equation X : 1.
Senior Brenda Horn, a member of Future Teachers, Finds
cadet teaching interesting and worthwhile.
Science Provided with Enthusiastic Students
Franklin Central, in keeping with the growth of science
in the world and universe, has increased its facilities and
staff for scientific study. The new addition to our teaching
staff, Mrs. Margaret Richwine, comes to us from Indiana
Central College. The remainder of the science staff con-
sists of Mr. Allen Morgan, an alumnus of Indiana Cen-
tralg and Mr. David Geise, a graduate of Purdue.
After the required course of physical science, a stu-
dent can branch out to biology, chemistry, and physics.
By taking full advantage of opportunities, a student can
achieve a well-rounded science education.
Avid Chemistry students, Charles Breeding and Karen Brink, meas-
ure chemicals in preparation for collecting gases,
Our well-qualified and competent science staff includes Mrs. Richwine, chemistry and physical sci-
enceg Mr. Morgan, biologyg and Mrs. Geise, chemistry and general science.
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A student teacher from Indiana University, Miss james, added variety to many English and
Speech classes during the eight weeks she attended Franklin Central.
English and Speech Perform Vital Role at FC
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English teachers, Mrs. Peterson, Mr. Knoop, Mrs, Morgan, and
Mrs. Smith utilize the facilities of the teacher's lounge for their
A former student teacher, who returned this year as a member of
the English staff, Mrs. Karen Smith, explains an assignment to
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Third year French student, Kathy Hendrickson, gesticulates in an
attempt to prove her point to jane Copeland.
Franklin Central proudly displays language skill in
French, Latin, and Spanish besides its accomplishments
in English skills. The French department is headed by
Mrs. Lucy Miner, who with her degree from Indiana
Central also teaches English. Instructing students in the
fundamentals of Latin is Mrs. Eileen Thomas, who is
also an excellent guidance counselor. Spanish, another
important part of our curriculum, is assigned to Miss
Mary Kay Stephenson, who is graduated from Indiana
University and also teaches some speech classes. The stu-
dent body and administration are proud of our fine lan-
guage departments and are confident that many students
are receiving the best possible instruction.
Foreign Languages Bring World Closer Together
Latin instructor, Mrs. Thomas, Miss Stephen-
son, Spanish teacher, and Mrs. Miner, who
teaches French, observe a mask made by a
Latin students under the direction of Mrs. Eileen Thomas, head of the Latin depart-
ment, discuss an important chapter.
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First year typing students find that through experience the
ability to type will be invaluable,
Business Teachers: Mr. Gruner, Miss Harrison, Mrs.
Ernstes, Miss Woodruff, and Miss Burk.
Senior, jim Rice works industriously on a bookkeeping assignment.
Carol Swengel will undoubtedly utilize everything she has learned in her
worthwhile secretarial training class under Miss Burk's direction.
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The role of the high school today is to
prepare young people to meet the future
with confidence. At Franklin Central the
business department excels in preparing stu-
dents for their future in the business world.
Courses vary anywhere from the fundamen-
tals of business law to the intricacies of sec-
Our business staff of teachers is headed by
Mrs. Helen Ernstes. Adding much to the de-
partment are Miss Woodruff and Miss Burk
and two new additions, Miss Harrison and
Dwight Baird has a ready response to a question on a fine
point ofthe law in Miss Woodruffs business law class.
Members of the shorthand class work diligently under the direction
of Miss Harrison, who came to Franklin Centraljust this year.
Social Studies Play Important Role in Education
The social studies department consists of Ben Holcombe, james Hoskins, William Clarke,
and Mark Thistlethwaite,
Political philosophers jim Rice, Scott Baldwin, Ken Moss, and jean Smith ponder over a statement of instructor, Mr. William Clarke.
Enthusiasm overwhelms Senator
Bob Flagle and his supporters at the
Developing future American citizens and leaders with
knowledge and understanding of their country and the
world is the goal- of the social studies department. Be-
sides the required United States history and government
courses, Franklin Centralls curriculum provides world
history, cultural geography, economics, social problems,
and political philosophy. The latter two are innovations
this year, social problems delving into subjects from every-
day tribulations to the world's problems, and political
philosophy involving the ideas of the great philosophers
of the past and present.
Students in this department End much variation in
activities. The annual all-school elections are major
projects of the year. In addition, there are the mock trials,
"re-runsi' of presidential elections, and the Senior Con-
junior U.S. History studentsg Steve Thomas, Darlene Ginder, and Mike Shaffer, work diligently to com-
plete cross-word puzzles they are constructing for special projects.
Mark Fisher recites some interesting facts to the cultural geography
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The industrial arts department at Franklin Centralg consisting of William Reed, Wilbur Meyer, and Rich
ard Pateg strive to instruct students in useful skills,
Skills for the Future Qffered b Industrial Arts
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David Childress, dis-
plays his skill in wood
Cary Hilton is one ol' the many students in welding classes who learn the importance
of proper use of welding equipment, such as protective goggles.
'l'hc cleftness of a skilled draltsman is 21 trait which comes only through knowledge of
geometric constructions and much practice.
Whether for an overall knowledge of basic skills or for
specialization in one or more fields, the industrial arts
department at Franklin Central satislies its students' needs
and desires. General shop and mechanical drawing are
suggested by the guidance office for those students who
are beginning their studies in industrial arts. Then after
mastering the Hbasicsn, doors can be opened in such
varied fields as wood, metal, welding, foundry, and print
Mr. William Reed and Mr. Richard Pate, members of
the industrial arts stalii, were ,joined this year by Mr.
Wilbur Meyer, a veteran faculty member who returned
to Franklin Central this year after teaching at Arlington
Hollis Yensel and Richard Lamberth are only two of the many industrial'
arts students who master the operation of varied machines.
the Backbone of a
Miss Ruth Greenham is the teacher whose ,job it is to instruct the
homemakers ofthe future.
Cheryl Woolman assists Barbara Brandt in pinning the hem in a dress
Barbara constructed in sewing class.
Linda Puckett, Carol Austin, and Karen Allen enjoy the valuable knowledge of everyday living they receive in family living class.
Successful Home and Famil Life
Making a home a happy and comfortable place
to live is an art and scienceg that science is home
economics. Here at Franklin Central an emphasis
is placed on the importance of at least a basic course
of homemaking for every girl. After that the pro-
gram extends to include the study of personality
growth, family relationship, child growth and de-
velopment, money management, home hygiene,
clothing, housing, and the care ofthe sick,
The vocational opportunities for one who is well-
educated in home economics are numerous. With
the basic skills learned in high school and
specialization in college, one is well on the way to
a successful career.
Dena Deerberg draws up the plans for her "dream" home which she will construct in miniature for a home furnishings proyect
Four-year band member, Bob Blacketer, dis-
plays talent on the bass.
Dance band members are chosen by Mr.
Ferris by auditions, They perform for various
Seniors, Preston Thomas and Glen
talented musicians on the saxophone.
Music Department Teaches
Student music teacher from l.U., Earl Shay, explains the impor-
tance of choreography.
Skill and Provides Entertainment for Communit
The combined choir and chorus perform for various school and community
functions, for example, the Spring Concert.
The music department, under the direction of
Robert Ferris, not only performs an important
function in the school program, but is also a
delight to the entire community. The Blue and
White Revue, basketball and football half-time
shows, parades, and the Spring Concert are only a
few of their many activities.
Choir and chorus are available for those students
with vocal ability and band or orchestra for those
who are instrumentally inclined. Besides the direct
musical education received by students of music,
everyone at Franklin Central becomes acquainted
with music appreciation through the fine per-
formances ofthe music department.
Mr, Robert Ferris, with a B.M,E. degree from Indiana University. is the only faculty member who instructs students
in instrumental and vocal music.
Art Provides Opportunit for Self-Expression
Don Watkins and Bob Fussel find art class a pleasant deviation from
Lettering, layout design, and color are the
ubasicsw of the art courses at Franklin Central.
Surrounding these are stenciling, figure drawing,
still life drawing and painting, charcoal, fashion
illustration, and design. Art students are also
given the chance to branch out and do some per-
sonal study of crafts of their own choice from a
selection of linoleum, leather, clay, soap, metals,
In addition to skills, art students study the
lives, styles, and masterpieces of the world's great
artists. The importance of an overall knowledge of
the past and present art world is emphasized.
Marsha McFarland was only one of many who enjoyed the
spring display of art work.
their other classes.
Mrs. Nancy Prickett, art teacher, and advanced art student, Linda
Parker, pause to enjoy Lindals mosaic work.
P.E. Plays Active Role
in F.C. Academics
Boys physical education class cnjoys a strenuous game of volley ball.
VVavne Piepenhrok. Mark Shearer. and Billy W'epf develop skill and
sportsmanship in gym class.
The physical education department offers students the
opportunities for the development of leadership, citizen-
ship, sportsmanship, and the opportunity to learn to
work and play together. More than just frivolous play,
the physical education program covers a wide range of
sports, games, and recreational activities. After learning
the basic skills and rules in class, students may develop
these skills in extra-curricular activities,
After one semester of gym class, students of physical
education take a general health and safety course. Miss
Gail Myer takes charge ofthe girls, physical Fitnessg and
Mr. Larry Hanni develops the boys physical education.
Miss Gail Myer and Mr, Larry Hanni strive to improve the physical
fitness of students.
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Special Education Aid F.C.
Two courses which round out the curriculum at Frank-
lin Central are special education and developmental read-
ing. Special education is a class developed for those
students who need a little extra attention. Mrs. Lilliam
Maze, the special education teacher, is able to give these
students individual attention,
In developmental reading, students are encouraged to
increase their reading rates, develop their comprehension,
and expand their vocabularies under the direction of Mrs.
Mrs. lrish looks on as Mary Beth Cavallaro utilizes the facilities of the
Pam Gatewood, Rodney Snyder, and Pam Cole were three of the special
education students who delighted in their Christmas party.
Mrs. Lillian Maze, special education teacher, receives
an appreciative smile from her student, Karen Cole.
nessmen, and to Mary Piepenbrok, winner ofthe DAR award,
Mr. Clarke presents awards to Gail Acomlm and Ken Moss, winners of citizenship awards from the VVanamaker Busi-
Awards Day Program Highlights End of Year
Mrs. Richwine presents one of Mary l.ancaster's many awards which
brought community, state-wide, national, and international recognition.
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Outstanding business students who received
awards at the program, May 24, were Cindy Van
Trees, beginning typingg Kathy Grady, beginning
shorthandg Janis Phillips, advanced shorthand, and
Pat Keller, over-all business award. The winner
of the Home Economics award was Karen Allen.
National Honor Society awards went to students
outstanding in one field of endeavor. They were
Bob Blacketer, musicg Larry Buttz, industrial artsg
Nancy Berry, businessg John Snyder, artg Carolyn
Stockwell, English, Brenda Horn, foreign languageg
Ed NIcClain, social studies, Mary Lancaster, ,lim
Coss, and Scott Baldwin. science, Brenda Horn and
Mary' Lancaster. mathg and Susie Smale and Nora
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THE YEAR IN NUMBERS: SPORTS
FC's seven sports drew the participation of about 79
boys and entertained the 54175 of the students who at-
tended games regularly as well as the 46721 who didnlt.
On August 15, the football team began the Hrst of
its 100-odd hours of practice to prepare for 288 minutes
of total game time. An average crowd of 354 fans braved
the chill nights to see the gridders rush 1,353 yards in
their 9-game season.
Basketball, the favorite sport of 6071 of the students,
attracted the most attention. The young Caverage age
15.41 and small Qaverage height 5, 8 3f4"j cage Hashes
amassed 889 points in 20 games.
Despite small interest in minor sports, only 14721 of
FC students felt referees often ruled unfairly.
Freshman Joe Cougill lowers his shoulder and drives forward in an attempt to escape
New, Tougher Competition Hinders Gridironsmen
Linemen prepare for eveningls battle in pregame warm up with coach
Head Coach Bill Reed guided the Football team
through a season plagued with injuries and tough oppo-
nents, but managed to salvage more good than bad from
his efforts. Although the record does not show it, the
team gave an IOOWD effort throughout the year. With vic-
tories over Hamilton Heights and Pike, the Flashes
proved that they could play a winning brand of football.
The team was lead by a group of senior boys with the
desire to win, among them were Ed McClain, jim Coss,
Bob Cunningham, Dwight Thomas and Preston Thomas.
There was also a great crew of underclassmen working
with Coaches Reed and Hoskins. One of them was Mike
Dougherty, the most valuable player award winner. The
team's hope for the future looks very good as the under-
classmen seem to have the inclinations as well as the
capabilities to win.
Underclassmen show F.C. depth and ability in football action
throughout the entire season,
F.C. defense trips up ball carrier in homecoming game
Flashes put on a rigorous two three zone in home coming action against
Action is getting a little crowded on the boards in this action at Green-
Gary Smith prepares to shoot a layup as Tom Dougherty looks on in
Coaches Mark Thisthlethwaite and jim Hoskins
lead their freshmen and reserve basketball teams
through successful seasons. Coach Thisthlethwaiteis
freshmen had a winning season of 10-4, the best
since Coach MTN has been at Franklin Central.
Everyone was exceedingly impressed with the per-
formance ofthe freshmen due to the fact that their
first string boys were moved up to play varsity and
reserve rolls before the season ever got started.
The reserve survived the season with a few more
losses than the freshmen. However, the freshmen
playing with them gained valuable experience for
the future. The reserve was made up basically of
freshmen and sophomores as the ,juniors were in
The reserve's record of 6-13, is some what mis-
leading as most of their defeats were by fewer than
five points. The underclassmen seem to have great
ability and the will to succeed. With a few breaks,
they may show Franklin Central its best season in
the past six years.
The boys who lead the freshmen and reserve
teams are Tony Pickett, Greg Pool, Phil Shott, and
Dan Chaney. These boys as a nucleus should build
Franklin Central's potentials of being a good basket-
ball squad next year.
B-B Players Exhibit First Class Sportsmanship
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Players on the bench watch the action with great 21ppFCl1Cf'1Si0l'1 Senior Bob ffougill shoots his favorite outside shot.
Flashes apply a pressing defense to harass their opponent.
Iunior Tom Dougherty works to block out and grab the ball for
lj, Cougill jumps high to pull down the ball from his opponent.
Cheerleaders lezid enthusiastic' crowd in support of the team in
another spirited gzirne.
Mike Shaffer attempts to move around his man toward the basket
Basketball homecoming court, left to right--C. Olin, P. Kellerg I.. Humphries, king: NI. Piepenbrokg B. Flagle, S.
Smale. queen, R. Evans: V. Breedlove, N. Emmertg R. Reedg Burton, Nl. lVlcKinney. The crown bearers were
Knoop and 'lf Thisthlethwaite.
Smale, Humphries Chosen Homecoming Royalty
The young, scrappy Flashes, under the di-
rection of head coach Marvin Knoop, fought
hard throughout the season but always seemed
to be slightly out manned. The boys never said
Hdie" and were always in the game fighting,
even when there seemed little hope. The Flashes,
lead by senior Bob Cougill and juniors Phil
Barker, Tom Dougherty and Larry Sutter, met
teams throughout the year that were always just
a little bit bigger, however, if they were able to
score, their abilities on defense usually kept them
in the game. The future looks bright for the
team, as they will lose only one senior, Bob
Cougill, and Tom Dougherty, a returning letter-
man, was named to the All-Sectional team.
Homecoming Queen Susie Smale graciously accepts her bouquet of
roses from Mr. Guyer.
Wrestlers Out Match 901, of Their Cpponents
Senior David Baird appears here in action against Decatur Central.
Hank Clouse works to gain control over his opponent and gain a
Mel Davids 165 pounder works for a take down over his opponent.
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The varsity wrestlers of Franklin Central finished with
one ofthe best records, 9-l-2, in the school's history.
Coach Morgan's matmen finished higher in the state than
any other team ever to represent Franklin Central. The
second place finish in the state competition earned F.C.
state-wide acclaim and recognition. Coaches Morgan and
Reed worked diligently throughout the year for the one
thing that meant the most to them-the Sectional
Tournament. Needless to say, by the time it rolled
around the boys were in superb condition and walked
away with the championship. Dale Barnard and john
Smith, the teamis two advancers, won convincingly over
their State Tournament opponents. Although there are
several Seniors on the team, all will not be lost by gradu-
ation, for the two state finalists were both underclassmen
and there were other standouts in their ranks, among
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Senior Mike Wolcott works on his man during afternoon rounds
Coach Morgan shouts instructions to one of his wrestlers during
jim Coss 180 pounder locks up with his opponent in action during
Junior Greg Austin hurls another fast ball across the plate in his shut out against Beech Grove for the Flashes first win of the year,
Shutouts, No Hitter Characterize Season
The Flashes' batting abilities were many as demonstrated by Greg
Mike Wilcher appears pensive as he attempts to analyze his batting
Ross Hughes competes in low hurdle event during the Warren Central
The 1967 baseball team, under the direction of head
coach Mr. 'T' and new assistant coach Mr. Holcombe,
had an inspired season led by seniors Ed McClain and
Mike Wilcher. The high point ofthe season was Gregg
Austin's no-hit victory against Beech Grove.
Track, under the leadership of head coach Mr. Hanni,
had a lively season. Phil Shott and Val Chandler ad-
vanced in state competition in the half-mile and shot-put
events respectively. The large group of underclassmen
indicate a clear assurance that Franklin Central's position
will improve in the future.
Chandler Breaks the I954 Shot-put Record
Senior Val Chandler shows his ability during warm up for an important meet. He also set a
new school record during the season.
during highjump competition.
Larry Sheets' grim look shows his intense efTort
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Number two man, senior Bob Marlin, prepares for a return with a forehand year, and did quite well,
The Returning Tennis Team Is Welcomed Back
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physical exertion in a grueling meet.
Senior Bill Jones was one of the more experienced players on the tennis
team this year.
Seniors Coss and Thomas Lead '6 Golf Team
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The golf and tennis team's spring activities showed
the desire of the boys to represent Franklin Central in
meets which are not always recognized to the extent that
they should be by the student body.
The tennis team compiled a record of more wins than
any other spring sport. The team was led by a freshman,
Mark McKinney and two seniors Bob Marlin and Bill
Jones. The experience of the underclassmen should help
F.C. to be a real county power in the next few years.
Seniors jim Coss and Preston Thomas led the golf
team in their spring campaign, The team comprised of
mainly underclassmen showed that they could play even
to any team in their schedule and they improved as the
season progressed. jim shot near par golf the entire season
and paced the team impressively.
Steve Brown prepares to drive the ball during a golf meet.
Coach Gruner demonstrates the proper grip for Randy Thomas.
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Intramurals-FRONT ROVV: M. W'ilChCr, Coss, C. Breeding
E. McClain, B. lloncs, S1:'CU.YlJ ROW: P. Thomas, C, Olin, R
intramurglgj Flagie, G. Johnson, M. Tapp, nfmn leowf cs, Eastcs, F. Berg-
man, D. Thomas, VV, Bmadstrcct, T. Iicwis.
A Mixture of Exercise, Sportsmanship and Fun
l Breeding moves around Burmn in furious action, Olin fights for a rebound as Mcfllain looks on in disbelief
Seniors Lead Inspired Football Team
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Varsity Football-FRONTROVV' S. Rabourn, R. Day, R. Hughes, AI.
Brown, M. Wilcher, F. Foist, D. Hanner, P. Young, B. Cunningham,
R, Elder, SECOND ROW? P. Thomas, P. Barker, S. Arvin, R.
Tucker, M, Fisher, M. Dougherty, R. Buttz, S. Craig, L, Buttz, ROW
Freshman Football-FRONT RUW: Cv. McFarland, T. Craft, D.
Hornsby, H. Yensel, Newman, KI. Peterson, R. Franklin, Layman,
G. Elder, Lawrence, SECOND ROW: Coach M. Thistlethwaite,
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THREE: QI. Coss, C. Burton, T. Dougherty, P. Beal, S. Thomas, K.
Oakley, M. Shaffer, G. Austin, E. McClain, BACK ROW: D.
Chaney, C. Ritter, Rice, C. Breeding, R. Hubble, W. Olin, M.
Chaney, D. Thomas, L. Davidson.
S. Russell, Pitman, Cougill, T, Pickett, M. Barclay, Ritter,
KI. Rollin, G. Sutherland.
Young Varsity Squad Shows Promise
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Varsity BaskemballfFRONT ROW: j, Cougill, M. Shaffer, L. Sut- SECOND ROW: M. McKinney, D. McConnell, G. Smith, T
ICF, P- Bafkff. B' Cougill, Dougherty, G. Austin, Coach Knoop.
Cross Country-FRONT RO WA R. Entrekin, J. Arnold, L, Sheets, SECOND RO W: Coach Hanni, D, McClain, KI.
T. Lewis, S. Rejko, B. Townsend, D. Lambreth. Lambreth, M. McKinney, D. McConnell, L. Sutter,
G. Pool, R. Rockey.
Varsity Cheerleaders-Left to Right: J. Eder, J. Mason, Grifhn,
M. McFarland, S. McFarland.
heerleaders Reflect Team Pride and Spirit
Reserve Cheerleaders-Left to Right: D. Mason, R. Vuskalns, B. Freshman Cheerleaders-Left to Right: KI. Burton, Skiles, Cox
Anderson, K. Anderson, D. Horn. head, C. Wisdom, K. Hollcraft.
Reserve Basketball-FRONT ROIV' R. Tucker, M. Dougherty, R. SECOND ROW' C, Trimble, B. Dougherty, D. Chaney, W, Olin, P
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oc ey, , Townsend, G. Pool,xI. Lamberth, Short, Coach Hngkmg,
Reserve, Freshmen Work Hard at Fundamentals
Freshman Basketball-FRUNT ROVV' Lucas, D. McFarland, B. SECOND ROVVS S. Price, D, ROCkCy,J' tcfahm, D- Dfimlv Fifesv
King, tl. Lawrence, KI. Bymaster, T. Pickett, D. Hornsby, K. McFar- D. Lambreth, G. McFarland, H. Yensel, Coach Thisthlethwaite.
Barnard, Smith Lead FC to Second in State
Varsity Wrestling-FRONT ROW: Smith, KI. Denien, H. Clouse, SECOND ROW.' D. Baird, M. Wolcott, P. Young, M. Davids,
R. Whitlockwl. Hopkins, D, Barnard, Coss, Coach Morgan.
Reserve Wrestling-FRONT ROW: S. Rabourn, S. Thomas, D. Hanner, R. Robinson, P. Utterback, K. Oakley, SECOND
ROW' Coach Gruner, S. Rejko,j. Rabourn, R. Entrekin, S. Dieck, Coach Reed.
Baseball and Track-Two Vigorous Sports
Baseball-FRONTROVV' D, McFarland, D. Hanner, K. Oakley, D.
Reasoner, M. Fisher. SECOND ROW' M. Wilcher, Munson, M.
Schaffer, P, Barker, D. Crago, V. Breedlove. THIRD ROW: Coach
Track-FRONT ROVVJ D. Smith, C. Breeding, B. Dougherty, T.
Dougherty, V. Chandler, J. Rice, P, Short, R, Hughes, Coach Hoskins,
SECOND ROW: L. Sheets, H. Yensel, R. Gibson, D. McClain, T,
Thistlethwaite, A. Thomas, G. Austin, C. Burton, M, McConnell,
E. McClain, L. Sutter, Coach Holcombe.
Lewis, Lambert, B. Townsend, D, Sisk, THIRD ROW? Coach
Hanni, Andry, Aulby, W, McDaniel, Bymaster, G. Bradley,
D. Lamberth, S. Rejko,J. Lawrence, H. Clouse,j. Cougill.
Golf-Coach Gruner, Coss, R. Cougill, D. Thomas, I. Maze, S.
Brown,j. Carrier, C. Muncy.
New Coaches Gruner and Pate Head New Seasons
Tennis-l'RONTROW: B. jones, R. Marlin, M. McKinney, R. Westby, P. Utterback, Scrgi, SECOND RO W: S. Rabourn, K.
Martin, G. Garber, M. Davidsul. Lucas, Coach Pate.
THE YEAR IN NUMBERS: ORGANIZATIONS
Twenty-seven organizations at Franklin Central pro-
vided extra-curricular activities to 3291 ofthe students.
These clubs ranged in size from the 9 members of
the National Honor Society Cbefore its inductionj to the
160 members of the GAA. The average membership
totaled around 47.
At least one organization suited the skills and interests
of Franklin Centralites. The YMCA-affiliated Hi-Y
and Tri-Hi-Y sent 3 people to the model UN at Purdue
University. The Future Homemakers club devoted itself
to topics of interest to home economics girls, while the
French Club conducted its seances entirely in French.
The monthly meetings of these 27 clubs added greatly
to the school spirit at FC.
The choir harmonizes beautifully to instill the true meaning of Christ
mas into the hearts ofthe audience by their rendition of HSilent Night'
Franklin Central's Majorettes display their skill obtained by strenuous
hours of praetieeg consequently. they are a crowd pleaser and an in-
spiration to the athletes. They added memorably to the Christmas pa-
rade and Veteranis Day parade.
Organizations in Action
Under the superb direction of Mr. Ferris, the Franklin Central Singers have enthralled many with their melodies at Concerts and special school ac-
tivities sueh as the Christmas Dance. and musical programs.
The Pep Club cheers exuberantly as they boost the Flashes to
smre two more points.
Pzirtivipating in pzirziclrs is :in ziclrlilionzil function of thc 'kMart'hing Flashes'
Hero they exemplify their prcrision at the Christmas parade in Indianapolis
N, N1CFarland, Kitley. ll. Gindcr, and C. Gaier model Current modes
in the Sunshine style show.
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Organizations Cffer the Chance To Pursue
Dance Band-FRONTROVV' R. Ferris, P, Thomas, G. Shay, Williams, Thomas. SECOND ROW: P. Barker, F.
Bergman. Coss. B. Schumacher, D. Wilson, P. Utterback, A, Bassett. THIRD RU l'V.' B. Miles, D. hlorgan, B. Black-
eter, R. Westby.
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Ruth Piepenbrok, Brenda Horn, Ruth Evans, Gail Acomb, and Mike
Chaney represented Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y at model U.N.
.lim Coss presides over one of the 10 Student Council meetings
held this year.
Marilyn Cooper reigned over the Christmas Dance spon-
sored bythe Future Nurses Club.
93.7 percent of the students have found that
participating in high school clubs is very
interesting, educational, and just plain fun.
The average F.C. student belongs to 3.2 clubs
to which he donates approximately 33.20 in
dues used to Finance the 2.5 main activities of
each club per year.
The Future Nurses Club visited six hos-
pitals and held a rummage sale, while Tri-
Hi-Y had a slave auction and sold cook-
books to raise sufficient funds to jointly
support a Vietnamese orphan,
G.A.A. annually participates in providing
mums for homecoming and having a slumber
Another busy organization is the Dance
Band. Besides participating in several local
performances, they were featured on a
Although Brenda Ward appears not to be worried, other members of G A A display
mixed emotions while waiting for their initiation to begin.
As students hurriedly check out books during homeroom they are assisted by 'vi
Cavallaro, B. Czerny, and P. Bertram.
Bob Blacketer and Dwight Baird match wits during a tormenting round
ofchess, one ofthcir favorite pastimes.
M. Khuner, D, Service, and B. N1cCull0ugh were three ofthe students
that explored the Museum of Science and Industry with the Sigma
Mu club. Here they are being transported to the coal mine located
beneath the museum.
The entire music department let the community know that L'Spring is
Here" by presenting their annual Spring Concert.
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outstanding 4-H service and achievement.
P. Anderson, l. Maze, D. Mason, A, Lancaster, R, Gibson, xl. Mason, M, Prohst, V.
Ward, B. Skelton, P. Caughcy, and T, Hubble surround Mrs. lwliner. She is displaying
the roses given to her because of her enthusiastic sponsorship ofthe French Club.
Keep Franklin Central Students Active l
Scholarship, leadership, service, and character form the basic principles
ofthe National Honor Society. Coss is lighting the candle representing
leadership as newly-selected members watch.
The French Club, The llFleur de Lis", has
experienced many of the customs, food, and
manners of France. Included in their activities
were dining at a French restaurant and preparing
their own banquet.
The Sunshine Club members carried out their
motto, llOthers',. One of the highlights of their
activities was giving a party for children of the
Guardians Home. Besides organizing various
panel discussions of interest to the members, the
Future Teachers sponsored a supper after a
football game for a well-deserving team.
Enthusiastic Hi-Y members also sponsored
many money raising projects such as selling
tourney derbys and an action packed student-
faculty basketball game.
STUDENT COUNCILiFRO.YT ROW' A. Vuskalns, N. Emmert,
K. Anderson, C. Gaier, A. Lancaster, Kitley, M. Piepenbrok, l.
Utterback, K. Allen. SECOND RO W: R. Neal, E. McDaniel, K. Holl
craft, C. Root, Worland, B. Schumacher, L. Stillabower, Burton,
B. Wlaterman. YY-HRD ROl'V.' S. Price, H. Yensel, Veal, D. Nlorgan,
B. Townsend, D. Rockey, G. Garber, R. Westby, M. Dougherty, R.
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Tucker. FOIFRYH RO W' S. Humphries, Nl, Wilcher, Thomas, P.
Barker, W. Fraley, L. Humphries, R. Gibson, Lamberth, P. Thomas,
xl. Goss. BACK ROVV: M. Barclay, E. lN1cGlain, M. McKinney, W.
Olin, B. jones, T. Dougherty, D. Chaney, G. Olin, R. Schilling, Mr.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETYiFRONT ROW? K. Ford, KI. R. Gibson, C. Olin, K. Moss, E. McClain,xI. Coss, P. Thomas. THIRD
Lowery, T. Hubble, B. Geissman, Lyons, C. Root, G. Acomb, M. ROW: S. Fulk, Kitley, K. Allen, Y. Mason, C. Stockwell, B. Horn,
Piepeiibrok. Smale, KI. Cottle, K. Grady, Mrs. Thomas. SECOND Mason, M. Lancaster, N. Berry, B. Lewis, Knot picturedj A. Hosier.
ROPV: Skillman, B. Skelton, B. Gougill, R. Westby, S. Baldwin,
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HI-Y-FRONT ROW: D. Reasoner, S. Rabourn, M. ShafTer, B. Fla- BACK RO W' C. Breeding, R. Hubble, T. Repass, B. Pratt, G. john-
gle, B. Cougill, B. Haggard, R. Hughes, M. Chaney, Mr. Reed. son,T. Dougherty, P. Shott, E. Baatz, D. Phillips, L. Wicklifl.
Organizations Offer Leadership and Service
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TRI-HI-Y-FRONT ROW' B. Lewis, M. Lancaster, C. Grahn, R. Lowery, K. Allen, A. Hosier, C. Stockwell, S. Smale, C. Root, S.
Vuskalns, N. Berry, A. Bassett, S. Fishburn, D. Mason, Mrs. Miner. Skillman, D. Brodrick, G. Acomb. BACK RO W: R, Evans, R. Piepen-
SECOND ROW: B. Horn, L. Birdwellhj. Kitley, A. Wood, S. Fulk,j. brok, K. Grady, B. Geissman, B. Skelton, B. Francis, B. Waterman, B.
Mason, I. Utterback, M. Piepenbrok, Y. Mason. THIRD ROW: Poole, S. Lyons.
BANDAFRONT ROW: K. Grady, Lowery, M. Garriot, R. Vus-
kalns, KI, Wesseler, A. Vuskalns, C. Root, L. Shay, Kitley, SECOND
ROW: C. Burton, M. Lowes, V. Ward, E. McDaniel, M. Linn, D
Richardson, T. Davis, G. Shay, S. Lyons,xI, Williams. YHIRD ROVV'
S. Skillman, V. Cottle, D. Piepenbrok, B, Ward, K. Friddle, G, Hall,
CHORUS-FRONT ROW: K. Trotter, J, Coxhead, D. Pierson, P.
McClain, K. Moore, KI. Massey, L. Shay, C. Gibson, M. Kitchens.
SECOND ROW: W. Broadstreet, B. Baird, M. Smith, D. Henderson,
C. Wisdom, B. Sipes, B. Storm, Skiles, Aj. Burton, MI. Modlin, R.
Reel. THIRD ROWY Veal, P. Lewis, C. Dickinson, S. Grady, D.
G. Edwards, B. Schumacherhj. Coss, F. Bergman, L. Birdwell, l. Maze,
P, Barker, D. Kafoure. FODRTY-I ROW: H. Ogleshy, Nl. Sutherland,
D. Phillips, D. Wisdom, D. Hopper, Stayte, D. Driml, Nl. Barclay,
BA CKROPVJ R. Blaeketer, R. Marling, S. Dieck.
Woods, P, Cole, L. Monday, Fuquay, D. Kamplain, T. Smith, D.
Flannery, H. Clouse. BACK ROW: Wells, D. Walker, F, Hornsby,
J. Cougill, T. Kracht, Bymaster, T. Pickett, D. Reasoner, M,
BAND-1"RO.Y7'ROW: A. Hendricks, K. Gzirriott, C. Pooluj. Kitley. Ritter, R. Entrekin. V. Green. K. Harmon. S. Dechard. C. Ritter.
K. Borders. R. Bell. B. Poole. R. Evans. l. Lfttcrbtirk. .S'l2'f.'U.YIJ HOU? IJ. Rezisoner. NY. Wilson. P. Litterlmzivk. .-X. Bassett. D. Wilson. HA CA
M. Hall, R. Frzinklin. 'lf Kracht. D. Buc'hz1nz1n.Ci. Cltirlueruj. Fulbright. RUIVJ B. Btiircl. S. Schuler. Phillips. Il. Brorlrictk. G. Hunter. l,.
P. ilihumzis. Ogleshy. R. Schilling, S. Thomas. THIRD RUIVZ NI. Wicklilli. Fl. Haggard, D. Morgz1n.B. Miles, R. Hughes. R. Reed.
Shearer, YW. lluzihtiney, D, Foley, Burris, M. Swartz. D. Reasoner.
MAIURETTES-FRONTROPVJ L. Valentine. A. Hosier, A. Wood. RUPVJ B. Horn, L. Birclwell, G. Acomh. ll. Wisdom, C. Sutter, M
C. Root. Y. Kurtz. S. Smale. Y, Ward, KI. Tam, S. Lyons. BACK Yeaqenk. liv2ins.D. Pollard.M. Picpenlvrolehl. Kitley..-X. Bassett.
CHOIR-FRONTROVV' N. Lowe, KI. Idele, P. Reimer, B. Anderson,
S. Lowe, V. McCartney, C. Sullivan, Y. Macaluso, D. Richardson
D. Wisdom, D. Kraft, M. Cavallaro. SECOND ROW? L. Davis, S
Hagan, M. Sutherland, L. Valentine, C. Sutter, Gillum, M. Yeager,
K. Puckett, M. McFarland, L. Rieck, B. Lowe, KI. Wright, D. Horn
M. Whitsit. THIRD ROW? B. Waterman, C. Wepf, S. Brown
O. Kattau, M. Land, L. Walker, D. Howard, M. Messer, L. Shields,
K. Drinkut, S. Clark, D. Bridgewater, B. McCowan, M. Shue, C.
Neathery. BACK ROW? Mr. Ferris, D. Marsh, T. Lewis, Aulby,
F. Bergman, R. Allen, T. Dougherty, M. Chaney, AI. Kirkham, R.
Hughes, B. Haggard, C. Reel,J.jones.
DEBATE TEAM-FRONT ROW: B. Schmidt, Griffin, Schuler, K. Gibson. BACK ROW? Mrs. Morgan, L. Stillabower, K. Grady, L. Piso,
Cnot picturedjj. Eder.
'IUNIOR LEADERS-FRO.N'T ROVV' D. Service, Lowery,
Brown, Martin, P. McClain, G. King, Kitley, Y. Maraluso, B.
Parish, D. Mason, B. Mcllurdy, Worland. Sl'X.'U.VlJ ROW: C.
Kesterson, ll. Ritter, 'I. Southwood, D. Dahl, A. Lancastc-r, M. Whitsit,
C. Van 'l'reese, Kitley. Mason, R. Vuskalns, S. Fishhurn, K.
'IWHESPIANS-1"RU.YY' RUIVJ P. Anderson, B. Schmidt, D. Baird.
I.. Craig, K. Grady, L. Stillabower. M. Piepcnbrok, QI. Grifhn.
SECQYIJ ROW ".A lj. Tam, Skillman, P. O'Connell, 'j. Cottle,
Humphries, D. Brodrick, S. Schuler, K. Martin, V. McCartney, R.
Woods, D. Thomas. THIRD ROW: M. Cole, R. Evans, R. Franklin,
R. Entrekin, K. Young, D. Pierson, B. Brandt, Humphries, E. Mc'-
Daniel, B. Baird, A. Henrirks, C. Burton, B. Lowe. BACK ROW: l.
Utterback, I. Maze, M. Davids, B. Poole, KI. Westerman, C. Sizemore,
T. Smith, G. Edwards, C. Ritter, B. McClain, L. Utter.
Buttz. BACK RON? A. Hosier. M. Cooper, G. Berglund. M. Tzipp.
S. Craig, D. Dahl. Smith, Burch, L. Piso, K. Gibson. l. Ltter-
HOMEMAKERS-FRONT ROW: S. Morris, Holton, D. Preuss
M. Cavallaro, D. Bridgewater, B. Parish, P. Anderson, K. Anderson,
M. Whitsit, N. Emmert, C. Pratt, P. Bertram, C. King, R. Vuskalns
K. Friddle. SECOND ROW: C. Austin, B. Baugh, C. Worthington
K. Monday, S. Goins, V. Wynn, B. Vernon, B. Brandt, N. Neal, K
Wambsganss, L. Puckett, C. Sullivan, J. Williams, B. Beidelschies
THIRD ROW: P. Aulby, K. Young, L. Reeves, Martin, R. Neal
N. Lowe, C. Van Treese, T. Keller, M. Moore, K. Woods, S. Harrison
W. Dillon, D. Patterson, D. Longsberry, N. Allen. FOURTH ROW'
B. Czerny, M. Piepenbrok, S. Peasley, R. Morris, L. Piso, D. Morgan,
V. Kurtz, S. Skiles, L. Francis, K. Allen, D. Goodman, C. Allen, C.
Wicker, M. Moore, C. Tames. BACK ROW' I. Utterback, C. Miller,
P. Cole, C. Bray, S. Clark, J. Westerman, M. Wilhite, D. Rigdon,
D. Deerberg, D. Kemper, S. Craig, C. Dierdorf, P. Hart, L. Worrell,
CHESS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Carrier, C. Muncy, Mr. Clarke, Maze, S. Coxhead, R. Marling, B. Blacketer, S. Dieck, V. Vandivier, E.
D. Baird, L. Carlson. BACK ROW: R. Reel, M. Rupe, S. Brown, I. Reel.
FUTURE NURSES-FRONT ROW: B. Ward, B. Lowe, L. Shay, C
Collins, P. Bertram, Wood, T. Butler, D. Shaffer, D. Brodrick, R
Neal, McGee, Mrs. Peterson. SECOND ROW: E. Kamplain, P
Aulby, N. Allen, L. Walker, L. Francis, S. Skiles, C. Peterson,
Idele, V. Rejko, D. Henderson, B. Francis, B. Doane. THIRD ROW:
D. Croxton, N. Clouse, G. Acomb, V. McCartney, K. Young, L.
Yokem, D. Flannery, B. Wampner, J. Nicholson, S. Peasley, K.
Drinkut, A. Battle. BACK ROW: B. Poole, S. Clark, S. Gray, T.
Hubble, S. Brown, C. Kesterson, G. Emberton, Southwood, C.
Pfendler, D. Buchanan, M. Cooper, K. Garriott.
FUTURE TEACHERS-FRONT ROW: Y. Macaluso, S. Fishburn,
B. Lewis, D. Brodrick, P. Anderson, M. Lancaster, R. Vuskalns, R.
Bell, C. Pelko, Kitley. SECOND ROW.' R. Neal, N. Lowe, C.
VanTreese, B. Horn, A. Hosier, A. Wood, L. Stillabower, V. Mc-
Cartney, V. Rejko, K. Gibson, Mason. THIRD ROW' Y. Mason,
I. Utterback, D. Smith, K. Borders, C. Kesterson, Southwood, M.
Linn, S. Lyons, S. Smale, C. Tames, M. Smith, K. Ford. FOURTH
ROW: G. Acomb, M. Piepenbrok, S. Skillman, Cottle, B. Belleau,
V. Ward, K. Allen, B. Geissman, K. Grady, K. Brink, R. Piepenbrok,
C. Root, L. Utter. BACK ROW? E. McClain, D. Baird, D. Barnard,
R. Westby, K. Oakley, K. Moss, Coss, P. Utterback, Lowery, C.
Miller, B. Skelton, C. Stockwell, Mr. Estes.
Students Apply Studies Within Social Environs
SIGMA MU-FRONT ROW: Lowery, B. Horn, M. Linn, M. head, R. Westby, S. Dieck, R. Entrekin, M. Probst, KI. Oglesby, M.
Lancaster, R. Bell, Lucas, G. Garber. BA CKRO W: Coss, Cox- Garrim, E. Baatz, Mrs. Richwine.
FRENCH CLUB-FRONTROVV' P. Anderson, R. Berry, T. Hollis
C. Grahn, A. Lancaster, Cayton, E. Kamplain, B. McCurdy, Mrs
Miner. SECOND ROW' V. Ward, K. Hollcraft, D. Mason, Y.
Mason, M. Piepenbrok, L. Parker, T. Kramer, A. Henricks, S.
Humphries, K. Hendrickson. THIRD RO W' P. Caughey, Harmon,
D. Campbell, Southwood, C. Pllender, P. McBee, L. Stillabower,
A. Hosier, Mason, T. Hubble, D. Smith. BACK ROW: B. Cook,
M. Davids, R. Piepenbrok, Smale, B. Poole, B. Skelton, Cope-
land, I. Maze, R. Gibson, M. Probst.
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SUNSHINE SOCIETY-FRONT RUHJJ .A. Lancaster, Martin,
A. Vuskalns, N. Emmert, K. Wamhsganss, P. Mc-Clain, P. Leonard,
Stayte, Massey, Holton, D. Bridgewater, B. Parish, L. Shay.
SECOIVD ROW? D. Pierson, D. Woods, E. Kamplain, L. Smith,
Nlodlin, VVood. T. Butler, S. Fishhurn, C. Gaier. B. Brandt, P. Nic-
Bee, M. Eddy, K. Moore, R. Pierson, B. Storm, N. Allen. THIRD
ROVV' B. Waterman, S. Craig, D. Kemper. B. Czerny. B. Wampner.
K. Drager, P. Ward, N. McFarland. M. Whitsit. S. Peasley. L.
Reeves, C. Gibson, D. Flannery, P. Hart. ldele. lffllflx' ROH ".' IJ.
Buchanan, L. Clayton, S. Sweeney, ll. Harmon, L. Boyer, il. Nichol-
son, C. VanTreese, T. Keller, K. Dieck, T. Kramer, S. Lowe, B. Mc-
Cullough, B. Schumacher, C. Allen, M. Sutherland.
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SUNSHINE SOCIETY-FRONT ROW: KI. Kitley. S. Cayton, S.
Reel, P. Hall, D. Preuss. C. Worthington, Y. Macaluso, A. Bassett,
S. Goodman, C. Goodman, M. Messer. B. Mcflowan, C. Peterson, M.
Piepenbrok. SECONIJ ROW: A. Hosier, B. Horn, Mason, D.
Ginder, D. Pollard, V. Ward, V. Kurtz, P. Caughey, Y. Mason,
Westerman, S. Clark, B. Poole, V. Green, Mrs. Ernstes. THIRD
ROW? K. Brink, K. Gibson, L. Worrell, D. Kraft, D. Wisdom, B.
Hayes, B. Lowes, N. Clouse, L. Utter, Cottle, K. Allen, L. Mitchel,
D. lwlorgan, R. Piepenbrok, Z. Nleador, N. Gigli. l1'Af.'K RUVV: C.
Swengel, C. Leehner, P. Keller, L. Craig, L. Stillabower, Skillman,
V. McCartney, K. Ford, Copeland, B. Geissman, B. Doane,
Smith, L. Piso, C. Pelko, D. Smith. D. Wesselman, B. Wise.
Pupils' Assistance Greatl Appreciated by All
LIBRARIANS-LCfI to Righii Mrs. Miller, D- W6SSClm3H, NA Gigli, Czerny, M. Cavallaro, C. Hall, B. Anderson, Paul, C. Dierdorf, B.
L. Boyer, C. Tames, K. Puckett, V. Kurtz, L. Piso, P. Bertram, B. Fraley,
PROJECTIONISTSKFRONT ROW' D. Weston, K. Robertson, S. Rabourn, D. Hurst, B. Haggard. BACK ROW' D.
Fraleyhl. Veal, M. Cole, D. Wilkins, B. Patterson, T. Lewis.
Brodrick, M. Fisher,
PEP CLUB-FRONT ROW: N. Gigli, D. Wesselman, C. Tames
S. Fulk, C. Goodman, C. Swengel, K. Anderson, B. Anderson, R
Vuskalns, D. Mason, D. Horn, V. Green, T. Osburn, S. Smale, B
Horn, B. Wise, D. Brodrick, Miss Meyer. SECOND ROW: Martin,
N. Lowe, R. Neal, K. Borders, C. Lechner, Burch, N. Clouse, M
Cooper, D. Wisdom, R. Piepenbrok, M. Sutherland, D. Thomas, A
Lancaster, V. McCartney, K. Gibson, K. Brink, L. McClain,J. Arnold
THIRD ROW' C. Gaier, T. Davis, K. Hollcraft,J. Coxhead, S. Stayte,
N. Emmert, D. Drabing, D. Goodman, K. Woods, Idele, B. Ward
P. Caughey, C. Miller, C. Rabourn, K. Ford, A. Bassett, Y. Macaluso
S. Lowe. FOUR TH ROW? N. McFarland, E. McDaniel, R. Berry
XI. Burton, P. Lewis, B. Brandt, K. Dieck, P. Ward, B. jones, Har-
mon, D. Flannery, B. Storm, Wood, T. Butler, P. McBee, E. Kam-
plain, S. Brown,-I. Southwood, C. Grahn. BA CK RO W' C. Dickinson
P. Leonard, G. Emberton, D. Pierson, L. Yokem, N. Neal, K. Bessen-
back, D. Buchanan, K. Wambsganss, A. Vuskalns, L. Smith, M
Smith, P. McClain, M. Kitchens, Modlin, L. Reeves, K. Gibson
LETTERMEN'S CLUB-FRO.VTROW' Rice, S. Whitesides, R. THIRD ROW' R. Gibson, P. Shott, G. Austin, T. Dougherty, D.
Buttz, L. Buttz, R. Whitlock, Smith, B. Cougill, P. Thomas, R. Thomas, D. Baird, E. McClain, B. jones, Coss, Ci Breeding, G.
Hughes, B. Townsend, W. Broadstreet. SECOND ROW: L. Kester- Pool. BACK ROW: D. Chaney, M. Chaney, C. Ritter, T. Green,
son, E. Baatz, G. johnson, Aulby, S. Rejko, Lamberth, M. M. Davids, S. Thomas, D. Barnard, V. Chandler, M. McKinney,
Wilcher, S. Craig, P. Barker, T. Lewis, L. Sutter, M. Shaffer. Cougill,D.McClain,M.Dougherty.
GAAXFRONTRO PV: P. Bertram, Coxhead, M. Smith, K. Trotter,
AI. Fuquay, L. Monday, M. Kitchens, N. Allen, P. Aulby, C. King,
Clark, B. llones, B. Lewis, L. Shay. ROPV TIVO: C. Hall,lI. Paul, S.
Stayte, D. Smith, B. VVaterman, D. Dahl, D. Brodriek, AI. Phillips,
L. Boyer, Smale, S. Lowe, C. Stockwell, Y. Macaluso. ROW
THREE: M. Whitsit, K. Borders, A. Battle, B. Brandt, B. Baird, J.
Lowery, C. Miller, R. Piepenhrok, P. Caughey, C. Root, M. Piepen-
hrok, Kitley. RUVV FUlfR.' C. VanTreese, T. Keller, K. Hollfraft,
D. Goodman, Burton, A. Henrictks, K. Diefk, K. Drager, S. Brown,
V. Ward, A. Hosier, S. Skillman, Harmon. BACK ROW: 'If
Davis, C. Allen, K. Gibson, K. Brink, C. Leehner, D. Picpenbrok, M.
Sutherland, P. Keller, L. Craig, D. Wisdom, M. Willhite, D. Pollard.
GAA-FRONTRUVV: McGee, B. Ward, Wood, N. Emmert, T.
Butler, A. Bassett. Kitley. R. Berry, Massey, S. Morris, Holton,
A. Vuskalns. SECOIVIJ R0l'V.' B. lNIcCullough, P. Hart, B. Nie-
Curdy, Modlin, T. Smith, P. Lewis, C. Pratt, P. Leonard, A.
Lancaster, R. Vuskalns, 'lf Hollis, D. Parker, K. Wambsganss. THIRD
ROW ".' C. Kesterson, P. McClain, M. Smith, C. Gibson, P. MeBee,
C. Hannon, K. Moore. S. Grady, C. Dickens. S. Harrison, B. Storm,
B. Vernon, B. Schumacher. D. Rosemeyer, B. Parish. FULR THROW'
K. Bessenback, D. Pierson, G. Emberton, N. Lowe, E. Kamplain, T.
Reeves, N. Neal, L. Yokem, N. McFarland, E. McDaniel, D. Flannery.
K. Woods, V. Green, Craig, Nliss lvleyer. BACK RUIV: R. Neal,
D. Service. P. Rigdon, M. Land, D. Hopper, D. Thomas, L. Pickett,
B. Lowe. V. Cottle, B. Hayes, Idele, D. Rigdon, D. Kraft, D.
Kemper, P. Ward.
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Journalists Work Hard To Record Memoirs News
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THE YEAR IN NUMBERS PERSONALITIES
It is hard to find one set of characteristics for the per-
sonalities ofthe 694 FC students. However, some traits
are held in common by nearly everyone.
The average student, for instance, has 2.21 brothers
and 2.24 sisters.
Around 7371 watch television regularly. In addition,
local rock 'n' roll radio station WIFE is listened to 3.41
hours a day.
The average boy owns 3.15 pairs of shoes, 5.82 pairs of
pants, and 14.8 shirts. His female counterpart has 6.36
pairs of shoes, 22.3 blouses, and 16.2 skirts.
Eighty-two per cent of them go out 3.45 times a month
with one of their 3.17 boy or girl friends. Forty-eight
per cent of these dates are spent at a movie, followed by
a hamburger and coke snack.
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The School Board, consisting of Morris Green, Maynard Smith, Howard Martin, Don Gleason, and O.
Smith discuss plans for the exciting school year ahead.
Administration Works Toward Successful
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works hard trying to figure out the budget.
Controlling school affairs is just one of the many ,jobs Mr. Guyer
assumes as principal.
Mrs. Westhy, who teaches a family living course for girls, finds time
during her free periods to manage the clinic.
Mr. Riehle works hard in assisting the principal with various -nl
johs needing the help of both.
and Favorable Year
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helping you plan your future, are just some of the ,jobs that keep aging the bookstore keeps Mrs. Hughes busy also.
Miss Good busy all year round.
Queen Jorja Reigns Cver Homecoming Activities
Gail T. Acomb
Rex H. Allen
james E. Aulby
Senior Jorja Eder beams radiant
joy as she captures the title of Home-
coming Football Queen for the 1966
Fall Brings Senior Homecoming Court Selection
Senior football Homecoming Court
consisted of Cindy Lechner, Queen
jorja Eder, Janie Copeland, Bruce
Vorse, King Preston Thomas, and
Robert Alden Blacketer
jerry D. Bowden
Karen Lea Brink
Senior Float Shows Time and Work Employed
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james Earl Brown
Janet Y. Burch
Larry Dean Buttz
Rickey Dale Buttz
Sherry Lynne Cayton
Val W. Chandler
john P. Chestnut
Nora Belle Clouse
john Michael Cook
Senior pride is reflected on last
float, as seniors end four active
years with last football homecoming
Hoat, winning second place.
Last Year at FC Is a Stepping Stone to Future
james Allen Coss
Robert Alan Cougill
Lana Yvonne Craig
Stephen Rene Craig
Melvin L. Davids
Linda Kay Davis
As the years have passed by, one should take a
momentary glance of the achievements of the class
of '67. Their freshman year brought many
pleasures and a class party. As sophomores, such
projects as Blue 8: White Review and choosing class
rings filled their busy schedules. As juniors, much
time and careful planning were revealed through the
class prom committees as HWishing" was presented.
At last, the final long awaited senior year came.
With it came 4'Don't Take My Pennyf, convention,
Blue 8: White Review, special "senior days," an-
other prom, and graduation,
Mr. Clarke and Mrs. Morgan, senior sponsors,
have helped the ,67 class unfailing and undoubting.
They have worked with seniors in picking announce-
ments and programs and Fitting gowns for graduation.
The past years have been years Filled with friends,
study, teachers, and achievements, with these past'
tributes behind us the future lies ahead for all us to
make the best opportunities count.
Seniors Participate in Convention Activities
Gary Lee Denien
Bobbie Darlene Doane
.Iorja Dee Eder
Mitchel H. Emmert
Brenda Lynette Francis
Sharon K. Fulk
Blanche Elaine Geissman
Kathy Ann Gibson
Nancy Kathleen Gigli
Sherry Lynn Goodman
Kathleen L. Grady
While Learning of Governmental Processes
Harolda jean Griffin
Sandra Kay Hagan
Robert E. Haggard
jackie D. Hopkins
Nationalist unite through conven-
tion in which they selected their
candidate for senator and representa-
tive. Nationalist Chairman Larry
Humphries appears puzzled as Susan
Smale, Brenda Horn, and Angie
Hosier look on.
Brenda Sue Horn
Hard Work and Co-operation of
. ii at.. in
Glen Edward Johnson
Linda Piso, Janie Tam, and David
Baird review the possibilities of be-
coming a star in 'SDon't Take My
Pennyw. The senior play showed
hidden talents and much work as it
proved to be a great success.
George William Jones
Patricia Lynn Keller
Mark Steven Kuner
Willard E. LaFever
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Contribute to Success of Don t Take M Penn
Picturing a farm with chickens,
cows, pigs, and other assorted ani-
mals seem to have engrossed Gail
Acomb and Charlie Breeding in the
George T. Lewis
Roy L. McAmis
Barbara Ann McAvoy
Vickie Lynne McCartney
Senlors Win Flrst Hall Decorating Contest
Barry Allen McClain
Seniors capture First place in deco-
rating senior hall to its peak. Senior
hall showed beauty and work as
seniors indulge in making ,67 Basket-
ball Homecoming one ofthe best.
Edwin Russell McClain
Marsha Lee McFarland
Martha Kay Messer
Roger Kent Messer
Linda jean Mitchell
Homecoming Proves Successful As Queen ls Chosen
Donna jane Morgan
Kenneth Basil Moss
Donald Allen Napier
Connie Sue Neathery
Terry Eugene Newton
Expressing radiant joy, Queen
Susie Smale and her escort Bob
Flagle look on during traditional
dance. This '67 Basketball Home-
coming has proven to be one of the
best and most successful at Franklin
Central High School.
Teresa Joyce Osburn
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Cheryl Lynn Pelko
Mary Jeanne Piepenbrok
Linda Sue Piso
Janis Kay Phillips
Robert Lee Pratt
Donna Sue Preuss
Benita Karen Puckett
Linda Lee Puckett
Starr Ann Reel
Stephen Todd Rej ko
Blue S White Review Draws Much Attention
Blue 8a White Review showed the
senior's version of Twentieth Cen-
tury classical movies. One scene con-
stituted of a satire of the Senate
featured Bill jones, Mike Chaney,
Ghauncy Olin, jean Griffin and Ken
Moss on the hot line.
Linda K. Shields
Maureen Gail Shue
William D. Skelton
Plans for Last Year at FC Done by Capable Hands
Melody Ann Smith
John Wesley Snyder
Class officers Preston Thomas,
Mary Piepenbrok, Janie Copeland,
and jim Cossg class sponsors Mrs.
Morgan and Mr. Clarke have con-
tributed to the great success of the
class of ,67.
Mark D. Speer
Gerald Ray Stephens
Carolyn Sue Stockwell
Carol Sue Sutter
Carol jean Swengel
Mixed Emotions Revealed As Last Year Passes y
Janie Lou Tam
Michael joe Tapp
Dwight R. Thomas
Preston M. Thomas
Marilynn Sue Trivett
As the days passed by, mixed emotions were felt,
a feeling ofjoy at this being the last year at Franklin
Central. The thought of college, a job, or just
loahng or the extreme opposite feeling of sadness
as the year draws to an end and one realizes that
friends, teachers, and high school days are gone for-
ever. Hence, the school preparation of the last
twelve years now becomes reality for all of us. Now
we must go out in the world and begin a new career
and generally a whole new routine of life.
Each person must now begin anew and live a
totally independent environment without the close
supervision and guidance of parents and teachers.
This may be too soon for some seniors but general-
ly underneath most of them are ready for what the
future may bring. Seniors will always remember
their many activities during their high school days
with melancholy sadness orjoy.
Last Steps to Diploma-First Steps
Diana Jean Wesselman
Dennis L. Weston
Mark Ted Westphal
Ronald L. Whitlock
Anita Charlene Wood
Jena Elizabeth Worland
Marcia M. Yeager
A successful year is completed as the junior-Senior Prom, g'Stairway to
the Stars" is enjoyed by the student body.
Prom Climaxes Year
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1966's Queen Gail Acomb and King David Baird
along with the 1967's Queenxjane Kitley and King
Vic Breedlove pose for annual court picture while
some ofthe court candidates look on,
Last Prom fir manga 5:ldP1'0mHf01' some lffft lender memories Last yearis King David Baird crowns the 1967 Prom Queen jane
as many Coup estoo tot C ance om forlhelrlast prom' Kitley at the annual Junior-Senior Prom. The 1967 Prom king
was Vic Breedlove.
Commencement Finally comes to the Class of 1967 as they realize that this is
their last honor at FCHS. The honor of becoming matured adults and taking the
responsibilities that is handed to them. "
As the class of 1967 listens to g'Born Free", each Senior thinks back to
their last days at FCHS.
Ending and Beginning Marked b Bacc
ajerja Eder and Becky Skelton displayed sadness and
blank emotions as they crossed under the arc during
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As the band played, each senior boy and girl realized
that they were no longer boys and girls but men and
women. Each senior discovered what graduation really
meant when Mr. Guyer, Mr. Mason and Mr. Martin
issued the diplomas. As class president, Preston Thomas,
led seniors in turning their tassels from left to right,
we all recognized the fact that we are ending our lives
in high school. We have lost some of our dear friends
and teachers, but we have realized that the days of a
high school student are gone. That the halls that we
walked in, the lockers we piled with important materials
and the time we spent at the lunch tables will always
be held in esteem memories as a mark in our lives. But,
we are beginning a new life-a life of new friends, a new
work and college for many. A life that we, as the grad-
uate class of 1967, can make a success by remember-
ing uOne step at a time . . . but, always forward?
As -jim Brown receives his diploma from Mr. Guyer and Mr,
Mason, the remaining graduating seniors await their turn.
Valedictorian Brenda Horn delivered a message of great value
and magnificent importance before a silent audience.
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Sophomores Enthusiastic Over One Step Upward
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Freshmen Feel Out First Year at F C
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Diane C ampbell
Sandra C lark
Louetta C layton
Neil C lodfelter
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eral of their games, are Janice Akers and David
The Special Education class, taught by Mrs. Maze,
share in various educational experiences. For example,
the students gave a Christmas party for the faculty for
which they enjoyed making the decorations and refresh-
ments, in addition, they study numerous other topics,
such as our Presidents, lives.
The students aided our school activities by serving
as pages for the Senior Convention, as well as participat-
ing in the annual school chocolate sale by adding a great
percentage to our profits.
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Taking on responsibility of preparing meals for over 700 students and
faculty members is quite a task. G. Maze. NI. Fziir. H. Rode. B.
Pfendlrr. li. Rode. Wh W'ulf. and NI. Moore should be rommended for
their tremendous efforts.
BUS DRIVERS FIRST ROW? C. Pinkston, C, Deerburg, P. Ra-
bourn, M. Luebkeman, G. McFarland, H. Bodenrider, A. Humphrey
'ill' ' Cflifi' iii' ,"f'- ?'f ' 7 ' ' 193
ACOIVIB, GAILWNI-IS, 3814, Majorettes,
3814, Senior Play, 4, FNC, 1-4, President, 3,
Sophomore Class Secretary, 2, FTA, 2-4,
GAA, 1-3, BSLW Revue 1-4, Prom Queen, 3,
Tri-Hi-Y,4, Pep Club, 1-3.
ALLEN, KAREN-GAA, 1-4, 2814,
Tri-Hi-Y, 4, Student Council, 4, FTA, 2-4,
Home Ec. Club, 4, NHS, 4.
ALLEN, REX-Track, 1812.
ANDERSON, MARGARET-GAA, 1-4,
FTA, 1-4, PILOT FLASHES, 3814, BSZW
Revue, 1-4, Speech Club, 3, Home Ec. Club,
4, French Club, 4, Thespians, 3814,
ARNOLD, jANE72Pep Club, 1-4, GAA,
1812, B81W Revue, 2, Secretary Pep Club, 3,
AULBY, jAiVIES-VLC, 2-4, Track, 1-4,
Cross-Country, 2813, Wrestling Mgr., 2813,
Intramurals, 3, B81W Revue, 1-4.
BAA IZ, EDDIE-Hi-Y, 1-4, VLC, 2-4, Sig-
ma Mu, 1814, B81W Revue, 1,2814, Football
Mgr., 2813, Wrestling Mgr., 2, FTA, 2.
BAIRD, DA VID-Prom King, 3, Wrestling,
1-4, Intramurals, 283, Football, 1, VLC, 381
4, Senior Play, 4, B81W Revue, 1, Thespians,
BALD WIN, SCO TT-FLASHBACK, 3814.
BELLEA U, BECKY-Girls' State, 3, Home-
coming Court, 3, FTA, 2-4, Student Council,
2813, PILOT FLASI-IES, 3, Sigma Mu, 1,
SSS, 182, GAA, 1812.
BERGLUND, GLORIA-Senior Play, 4,
B81W Revue, 3814, Thespian Club, 4.
BERGMAN, FREDvDance Band, 2-4.
BERRK NANCY-GAA, 1, Tri-Hi-Y, 3814,
Pep Club, 1-3.
BIRDWELI., LINDA-Majorette, 4, Tri-
Hi-Y, 3-4, Historian, 4, GAA, 1-3.
BLA CKE TER, R OBER T-Dance Band,
3814, Chess Club, 1-4.
BOWDEN, jERRY-Wrestling, 1-3, Hi-Y,
BREEDING, CHARLIE-Football, 1-4,
Track, 1-4, Basketball, 1-3, FC Singers, 2813,
Senior Play, 4, BCLW Revue, 4, VLC, 2-4,
I-Ii-Y, 2-4, Intramurals, 4, Class President, 1,
Class Secretary, 3, Prom Court, 3.
BR1NK, KAREN-GAA, 1-4, Pep Club, 1-4,
1-4, FTA, 4.
BROADSTREEI WA YNE-Football, 1-4,
Basketball, 1, B8LW Revue, 1-4, FLASH-
BACK,4, Hi-Y, 1-2, VLC, 4.
BRODRICK, DEBBII-B81W Revue, 1-4,
Senior play, 4, FTA, 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y, 3814,
Thespians, 4, GAA, 1,2814, 182, FNA,
3814, FNC, 3814.
BROWN, jAMES-Football, 1-4, Base-
ball, 1812, Basketball, 1, Wrestling, 2, Senior
Play, 4, B81W Revue, 3814, FTA, 2813.
BURCII, fANEI?Thespians, 4, Pep Club 4.
BL7777, LARR I'-Class Treasurer, 1, Foot-
ball, 2813, Basketball, 1812, Track, 1, Student
Council, 1, VLC, 2-4.
BIITIZ, RICKE Y-Student Council, 2, Foot-
ball, 1-4, Track, 1812, Basketball, 1, Wrestling,
3, VLC, 4, Thespians Club, 3814, Hi-Y, 2,
Homecoming Court, 1814.
CA YTON, SHERR Y-SSS, 4, French Club,
4, FC Singers, 4, GAA, 1.
CHANDLER, VAL-Track, 2-4, VLC, 4,
Football, 2813, Sigma Mu, 2.
CHANE Y, MICHAEL-Football, 2-4,
VLC, 1-4, Track, 1, Hi-Y 3814, B81W Revue,
CHESTNIJT fOHN-Basketball, 1, Track,
1812, Senior Play, 4.
CLOUSE, NORA-Pep Club, 1-4, SSS, 1-4,
GAA, 1-2, FNC, 4.
COOK, MICHAEL-Chartrand, 1.
COOPER, MARIL YN-GAA, 182, Thespi-
ans, 4, Pep Club, 1-4, FNC, 1-4, Vice-
COPELAND, jANE-Class Secretary, 4,
Prom Court, 3, Football Homecoming Court,
4, B81W Revue, 28C3Q GAA, 1812, SSS, 4,
French Club, 4.
COSS, jAMES-President Student Council,
4, NHS, 3814, Treasurer, 4, Football, 1-4,
Wrestling, 2-4, Golf, 1-4, Dance Band, 2-4,
Sigma Mu, 1-4, Class Vice-President, 3, FTA,
4, VLC, 1-4.
COTTLE, jACQUE-Senior Play, 4,
FLASHBACK, 4, BSLW Revue, 283, GAA,
1-3, FTA, 2-4, SSS, 3814, Thespians, 4.
COUGILI., ROBER74Basketball, 1-4,
Hi-Y, 2-4, VLC, 2-4, Cross-Country, 2813,
Student Council, 2813, Class Vice-President,
2, Prom Court, 3, Football, 1, Track, 1.
CRAIG, LANA-Football Homecoming
Court, 1, B81W Revue, 3814, Student Council,
2, GAA, 1-4, Pep Club, 1812, SSS, 1-4, Thes-
pians, 3814, Secretary, 4.
CRAIG, STEVEfTrack, 1, Wrestling, 1-3,
Cross Country, 3814, Thespians, 4, Intra-
murals, 2813, VLC, 2-4, Student Council, 4.
CUNNINGIIAIVI, BOB4Football, 1-4, Wres-
tling,1812, Track, 1-4, VLC, 2-4.
DA VIDS, IVIELVIN-Wrestling, 1-4, French
Club, 4, VLC, 3814, B81W Revue, 2, Tennis,
DA VIS, LINDA-Pep Club, 1, FNC, 3.
DENIEN, GAR Y
DOANE, BOBBIE4FNC, 3814, Secretary, 4,
DRINKIJZ KAREN-FNC. 2-4, sss, 2313,
Pep Club, 1812.
EDER, fORfAfCheerleader, 1-4, Football
Homecoming Queen, 4, B81W' Revue, 1-4,
Debate Team, 4, Thespians, 4, SSS, 1-4, Pep
Club, 1-4, GAA, 1812.
EM MER T, .W I TCHE L
FLAGLE, ROBER I4Federalist Party Sena-
tor, 4, Homecoming Court, 4, Senior Play, 4,
Hi-Y, 2-4, Chaplain, 3, Vice-President. 4,
BSLW Revue, 1-4, Intramurals, 1-4.
FRANCIS, BRENDA-FNC, 1-4, Secretary,
3, President, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 3814, FLASH-
BACK, 3814, Pep Club, 1-3, GAA, 1812,
Franklin Central Gems, 3814.
FULK, SHARON-GAA, 1-3, Tri-Hi-Y, 381
4, Pep Club, 1-4, B81W Revue, 1-3.
GEISSMAN, BLANCHE-GAA, I-4, SSS,
3814, Tri-Hi-Y, 3814, B81W Revue. l, FTA,
GIBSON, KA THY-Thespians, 4, Debate
Team 4, FTA, 3814, SSS, 1-4, GAA, 1-4, Pep
Club, 1-4, Student Council, 4.
GIGLI, NANCY-SSS, 1-4, Treasurer, 4,
Pep Club, 1-4, Librarian, 4.
C1Il.LI'.lI, SIE-Prom Court. 3, B81W Re-
vue. 4, Pep Club. 4, Senior Play. 4.
GOODMAN, CONNIE-GAA, 1, 4,
Pep Club, 4, B81W Revue, 2.
GOODMAN, SHERR Y
ORADI, KATHLEEN-Debate Team, 4,
Senior Play, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 2-4, Thespians, 4,
Historian. 4, FTA, 2-4, B81W Revue, 1-3,
GAA, 1812, SSS, 1812, Pep Club, 1.
GREEN, VICKI-Pep Club, 1-4, 1-4,
Librarian, 2, Franklin Central Gems, 4.
GRIFFIN, IIAROLD.-1-Cheerleader, 1-4,
Debate Team. 4, Thespians, 4, B81W' Revue,
4, SSS, l, GAA, 1, Student Council, 1812.
HAHA N, SANDRA-Franklin Central Gems,
HAGGARD, ROBERT-Hi-Y, 1-4, Vice-
President, 3, B81W Revue, 1-4, Proiectionist,
IIALI., PAMELA-SSS, 1-4, B81W Revue,
HENDRICIKSON, K.-1 THLEEN-GAA, 1-3,
French Club. 4, FC Singers, 4, B81W Revue.
38142 Pep Club, 1-3.
HOPKINS, fACKIE-Wrestling, 2-4,
Track, 1 .
HORN, BRENDA-Arlington I-I.S,, 1812,
Majorette. 4, FTA, 4, Secretary, 4, NHS, 4,
Tri-Hi-Y, 4, Prom Court, 3, B81W Revue, 3814
3814, Sigma Mu, 3814, GAA, 3, Pep
HOSIER, ANGIE-Majorette, 384, NHS,
3814, FLASHBACK, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 2-4, FTA,
2-4, SSS, 1-4, President. 4, Pep Club. 1812.
LA WRENCE, C ONNIE-GAA, 1,
LECHNER, CINDY-GAA, 1-4, SSS, 1-4,
Pep Club. I-4, B81W' Revue, 1-4, Prom
Court, 3, Homecoming Court. 4.
1.ElVI.S', BEVERL I'-NHS, 3814, Secretary,
4, Tri-Hi-Y, 3814, Treasurer, 4, Pep Club,
1-4, Treasurer, 3, GAA, 1-4, FTA, 2-4,
LE WIS, GEORGE-Track, 1-4, Cross Coun-
try, 2814, VLC. 2-4, BSLW Revue, 1-4, Foot-
ball, 1, Intramurals. 3814.
Ll Bl, VIKKI-Arvada H.S.. Arvada, Colo-
I. l'ON.S', SANIJR.-1-Tri-Hi-Y. 2-4, President,
4, Nlajorette, 3814, GAA. 1-4, Student
Council, 3, FTA. 4.
.WARI.IN, BOB-Southport IIS., l-3, Ten-
NI1'AMIS, ROY-FFA, 2813, Chess Club, 1-3.
.WCA VO Y, BARBARA-GAA, 1-3, B81W
M1'CARI'Nl:'I', VICKIE-FNC, 1-4, B81W
Revue, 2-4, 4, Thespians, 4, Pep Club,
1-4, GAA, 4, Homecoming Court, 2, Cheer-
.WcCl.AIN, BARR Y-B81W Revue, 3814,
Football, 2, FTA, 2813, Hi-Y, 3.
.l'I1'C.'l.AIN, ED WIN-Football, 1-4, Base-
ball, 1-4, NHS, 3814, VLC. 2-4, President, 4,
FTA. 2-4, President, 4, BSLW Revue, 4, Bas-
ketball, 1-3, Intramurals, 4.
M1-CI.AIN, LINDA -GAA, 1812, SSS, 1-4,
Pep Club, 1-4, B81W Revue, 2814.
M1'I"ARLA ND, IVIARSIIA-Cheerleader, 1-4,
GAA, 1, SSS, 1812, B81W Revue, 2814, Prom
Court, 3, Pep Club, 1.
McFARI.AND, SL'SIE-Cheerleader, 4,
Prom Court, 3, B81W Revue, 2, Pep Club,
1813, SSS, 1812, GAA, 1812.
.111-IVHOR TER, jL'D I'
MESSER, MARTHA-Pep Club. 1812,
1-4, Student Council, 1.
MITCHELL, LINDA-Pep Club, 1-3, SSS,
3814, Home Ee. Club, 4.
MORGAN, DONNAAGAA, 1812, Pep Club,
1-3, SSS, 1-4, Home Ee. Club, 4,
MOSS, KENNETH-FTA, 2-4, NHS, 3814,
President. 4, B81W Revue, l,2814, Indiana
Boys' State. 3.
NAPIER, DONA LD-Football, 1.
NEA II-IER Y, CONNIE-SSS, 1-4, Pep Club,
NE WTON, TERR YAGrand Haven H.S.,
Grand Haven, Michigan, 1-3.
O 'CONNEI,L, PHYLLIS - PILOT
FLASI-IES, 3814, Thespians, 4, FTA,
2813, SSS, 3, GAA, 1-3,
OLIN. CHALNCEI'-Senior Play, 4, Stu-
dent Council, 1,3814, BSLW Revue, 2-4,
Prom Court. 3, Basketball Homecoming
OSBURAQ TERESA-Pep Club, 4, GAA,
1-3, B81W Revue, 2813.
PARKER, LINDA-B81W Revue, 2813,
GAA, 1, Pep Club. 1, French Club, 4.
PHILLIPS, j.f1NI.S'--GAA, 1-4, Franklin
Central Gems, 4.
PEI,KO, CHERl"I.-Pep Club, 1812, FTA,
2-4, SSS, 1-4.
l'Il:'PENBORK, KVIARI'-Majorette, 3814,
NHS, 3814, DAR Award, 4, Class Vice-Pres-
ident, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 3814, SSS, 1-4, GAA, 1-4,
REEL, STARR-SSS, 4, B81W Revue, 2.
REfKO, STEPHEN-Cross Country, 2-3,
Wrestling, 1-4, Track, 1-4, VLC, 4.
RICE, fA.'lflES-Track, 2-4, Football,
1-3, B81W Revue, 2-4, VLC, 4.
RIGD ON, RONALD
ROOY, CAROL-NHS, 3814, Nlajorette, 3814
Student Council, 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y, 2-4, FTA,
2-4, GAA, 1-4, B81W Revue, 2814.
SCHMID72 MICHAEL-FFA, 1-3, B81W
Revue, 2813, Wrestling, 1-3, Cross Country,
1-3, Football, 2.
SCHRODER, ZVIAR VIN-FFA, 1-3.
SHAAE, RON-Senior Play, 4.
SHA If GLENN-Dance Band, 2-4, Track
Mgr. 1, Basketball Mgr., 1, Track, 4.
SHIELDS, LINDA-SSS, 1-3, FNC, 2813,
Pep Club, 1.
SMALE, SUSAN-Basketball Homecoming
Queen, 4, Majorette, 2-4, Cheerleader, l,
Tri-Hi-Y, 3814, Secretary, 4, GAA, 1-4, Sec-
retary, 4, Pep Club, 1-4, B81W Revue, 1-4,
FTA, 2-4, PILOT FLASHES, 2-4: Student
SH LE, IVIA IHEEEN
SKELTOM REBECCA-FTA, 2-4,
Tri-Hi-Y, 384, GAA, 1812, Pep Club, 1812,
French Club, 4, Secretary, 4.
SKELTON, WILLIAM-FFA, 1812.
SKILLMAN, SHERYL-Tri-Hi-Y, 4, SSS,
1-4, Pep Club, 2, Thespians, 4, GAA, 1-4,
B81W Revue 1-3, Sigma Mu, 1
S.1llTH,jEAN-B81W Revue. 1-4, SSS, 1-4,
Pep Club, 1813, Thespians, 4, Senior Play. 4,
Prom Court, 3.
.S'.'lIlY'1l, .1Il:'I.UlJ1'-Manual H.S.. 1812,
GAA. 3814: F'l'.'X. 4.
.S'.X'1'Dl:'R, jUll.Y-lf1".'X. 2.
.S'P1t'liR, .1I.-llflx' Student Council. 1812,
Chess Club. 2813, BRN' Revue. 1.
.S'7Ifl'llli.N'.S', fllilf.-1l.lJ --Baseball. 2.
S7'll.l.ABUWl:'R, LINDA-Senior Play. 4,
Thespiztns. 3814, President, 4, Student Council,
4, BSIW Revue, 1-3, Pep Club, 1812, GAA.
1-4, SSS, 1-4, FTA, 4, Debate Team, 4,
Freneh Club, 4.
.S'Y'Ul.'lx'l1'l:'1.I,, CARU1.YN---FTA, 2-4,
Tri-lli-Y.4, CAA. 1-41 Pep Club. 1-3.
SI TTER, CARUI.-Majorette, 4, B81W' Re-
vue, 2814, SSS, 1812, Pep Club. 1812, CAA. 1.
.S'li'l:'.N'Cl:'I., f.'.fllfUl.-C.-XA. 1, SSS, 1-4,
Pep Club. I-4, l"l..'XSHH.-XCK. 3814.
711131, j,'1.Yll:' Nlaiorette, 3814, Prom Court,
3, Senior Play, 4, l581W Revue. 2814, Thes-
pians, 4, SSS, 2, CAA, 1812, Pep Club, 1812.
YQ1.Wln'.S', l,'II1:'R1'l.---1'ep Club, 2-4, FTA, 4,
Home E13 Club, 4, Librarians. 4.
TAPP, .1I1C11f1lfl.-Prom Court, 3, Senior
Play, 4, Thespians, 3814, Wrestling, 2, Tennis
2, B81W Revue, 3814, Intramurals, 2-4.
Tl!U.1I.-1.S'. IJIVICIIIT-Football. 1-41
1Vrestlinq. 2-4, Golf. 2-4, B811'N' Revue. 2-4,
Y'llO.1I.'1.S', l'Rli.S'YYLY-Football. 1-4, Stu-
dent Council, 3814, Wrestling. 1812, YLC,
1-4, Col1'. 1-4, 15813811 Revue. 1, Intramurals,
4, Senior Class President. 4, Hi-Y, 1-3,
7'RIV1:'7"l', MARII.1'.N'N-SSS, 1.
VAl.lz'.N'7'lN1z'. l.Iflfl.l.AfMajorette, 4, Pep
Club, 1812, l381VY Revue. 2, GAA, 1.
ll'.f1RlJ, IZ-1l.liRl1i--Majorette, 3814, French
Club, 4, President. 4, GAA. 41 4, FTA,
4, B81W' Revue, 3814.
ll'l:'l.1..S', l.'ll11Rl.IfS-Football. 1.28141
Track. 1l1NlI'CS1llI1Q. 1.
ll'l:'l'l", f,'ll1:'lfll:'-G.fXA. 1-3, SSS. 1-4, Pep
Wlz'.S'.S'Iz'l,.Wf1N, lJ1A.N'.f1-Pep Club, 1-4, See-
retary, 4, SSS, 1-4, GAA, 1.
l'1"E.S'YYl.N', l2l:'.Y.N'l.S'-Football, 1, Football,
l1'li.S'YY'l1.f1l., .WARKvFTA, 2813.
l1'l1lTl.Uf.'Ix', RUN.-11.19-Wrestling. l-4:
ll'Il.lx'1.Y.S'. G.-IRR1'-FFA. 1-3.
l1'll.I.lIIYF. .1IflRl.Y.f1-CA.-X, 1814, SSS.
1-3, Pep Club. 1.
ll'l.S'l:', li.f1RIi,"1Rf1---SSS, 1-4, Pep Club. 1-4.
H'U1.f.'UTY', .WlKEAW'restling, 1-4, VLC,
2-4, Football, 1812.
IVUUIJ, ,-l.YlYL-1-Majorette. 3814, Hoosier
Girls' State. 3, FLASHBACK. 3814, Tri-Hi-Y.
2-4, F'l'A. 2-41 Student Couneil. 1812. Basket-
bztll llomeeoming. 1, B811N' Revue, 1812, Speeeb
IVUUIJS, HUB-Track, 1, Football, 1.
IVURI..-1.YlJ, fl:'.Yf1-Student Council, 4,
1f'1'A,2, Pep Club. 2, B81W' Revue, 1.
1'l:'f'1G1iR, ,WARCIA-Majorette, 4, B81W
Revue, 2814, Prom Court, 3, Student Council,
3, Pep Club 3, SSS, 1812.
Acomb, Gail 29,56,60,67,71,73,74,78,85
Adams, William 107
Ahearn, Edward 103
Allen, Connie 66,69,72,99
Allen, Harold 96
Allen, Karen 22,60,61,66,67,69,78
Anderson, Brenda 47,64,70,71,99
Anderson, Kathy 47,60,66,70,99
Anderson, Ralph 103
Anderson, Peggy 12,59,65,66,67,68,73,78
Andry, Allen 103
Arnold, Nlarion 99
Arvin, Steven 45,99
Aulbyulimmy 50,71 ,78
Aulby, Peggy 66,67,72,103
Austin, Carol 22,66,96
Austin, Gregg 27,45,46,50,71,96
Baatz, Eddie 61 ,68,71 ,73,78
Baird Beth 62,63.65,72,103
Baird David 38,49,67,7l,78,84
Baird Dwight 17,58,66,96
Baldwin, Gary 103
Baldwin, Scott 18,60,73,78
Baker, Kathy 96
Barclay, Mark 45,60,62,103
Barker, Phil 45,46,50,60,62,71,96,56
Barnard, Dale 49,67,71,96
Bassett, Ann 56,63,69,71,72,96
Battle, Argartha 67,72,l03
Baugh, Beverly 66.96
Baugh, Sharon 103
Beal, Paul 45,99
Beidelschies, Rebecca 66,99
Bell, Roberta 63,67,68,99
Belleau, Rebecca 67,78
Bergland, Gloria 65,78
Bergman, Fred 44,79
Bertram, Peggy 57,66,67,70,72,99
Berry, Nancy 79
Berry, Rosanne 68,71 ,72,103
Bessenback, Kay 71 ,72,103
Birdwell, Linda 61 ,62,63,79
Blacketer, Robert 56,58,66,68,79
Blevins, Lonnie 103
Borders, Kathleen 63,67,7l ,72,99
Bowles, Gregory 103
Boyer, Linda 69,70,72,l03
Boyer, Teresa 99
Bradley, George 50,99
Brandt, Barbara 22,65,66,69,71,72,103
Braun, Gerhard 99
Braun, Manfred 20
Braun, Marvin 103
Bray, Creola 66,99
Breeding, Charles 13,44,45,50,61,71,79,8
Breedlove, Vic 37,50,96
Bridgewater, Donna 10,64,66,69,99,102
Bridgewater, Michael 99
Brink, Karen 13,67,69,71,72,79
Broadstreet, Wayne 44,62,71,73,79
Broadstreet, Wendell 103
Brodrick, Debbii 8,67,70,71,72,79
Brown, Steve 43,66,51,96
Brown, Susan 64,65,67,71,72,99
Buchanan, Debra 63,67,69,71,103
Burgess, Michael 96
Burk, Melanie 16
Burton, Clark 45,50,62,65,96
Butler, Teresa 67,69,71,73,72,99
Buttz, Ricky 45,71,79,80
Carlson, Linwood 66,99
Carnes, Tom 107
Carrier, jerry 51 ,66,96
Carver, Paula 103
Campbell, Diane 68,103
Caughey, Pat 59,68,69,71,72,96
Cavallaro, Mary 28,57,64,66,70,99
Cayton, Phillip 99
Cayton, Sherry 68,69,80
Chandler, Val 41 ,50,71 ,80
Chaney, Danny 71,99
Chaney, Duane 45,48,60,63,103
Chaney, Michael 45,56,71,80,89
Chestnut, Ruth 96
Childress, David 20,103
Clark, Sandra 103
Clark, Shirley 64,66,67,69,72,96
Clark, Rene 107
Clarke, William 18,66,90
Clayton, Louetta 69,103
Clodfelter, Neil 103
Clouse, Henry 38,49,50,62,103
Clouse, Nora 67,69,71,80
Cole, Karen 28,107
Cole, Michael 65,70,99
Cole, Pamela 28,62,66,107
Collins, Cynthia 67,103
Cook, John 80
Cook, Robert 68,99
Coomer, Richard 103
Cooper, Marilyn 67,71 ,80
Cooper, Patricia 99
Cornelius, Vickey 96
Coss, james 39,44,45,49,51,56,59,60,62,67,68,
Cottle, Vickie 62,72,103
Cougill, Christine 96
Cougill, Robert 35,45,51,81,71
Cox, Gordon 99
Coxhead, ,Ianice 47,62,71,72,I03
Coxhead, Steven 66,68,96
Coy, Paul 96
Craft, Tom 45
Crage, Douglas 50,99
Craig, Lana 69,72,81
Craig, Shannon 65,66,69,72,96
Craig, Steve 45,71 ,81
Crist, Roger 96
Croxton, Debra 67,96
Cunningham, Bob 45,81
Czerney, Brigette 57,66,69,70,99
Dahl, Debby 65,72,96
Davenport, Charles 96
Davids, Melvin 38,49,51,65,68,71,
Davidson, Larry 45,96
Davis, Linda 64,81
Davis, Teresa 62,71 ,72,l03
Day, Richard 41,99
Deckard, Steve 63,99
Deerberg, Dena 23,66,96
Denien, Gary 82
Dickinson, Cynthia 62,71 ,72,103
Dieck, Kathryn 69,71 ,72,103
Dieck, Steven 49,62,66,68,99
Dierdorf, Cherie 66,70,96
Dillen, Wilma 66,99
Deane, Bobbie 67,69,82
Deane, Robbie 99
Dougherty, Mike 45,48,60,71,99
Dougherty, Tom 34,36,45,46,50,7l 96
Dougherty, William 48,50,73,99
Drabing, Dee 71 ,99
Drager, Kathleen 69,72,103
Driml, David 48,62,103
Drinkut, Karen 64,67,82
Dugan, Larry 99
Eastes, Glen 12,44,67
Eddy, Mary 69,104
Edicott, Edward 69
Edwards, Gordon 62,65,99
Elder, Garry 45,104
Elder, Robert 45,104
Emberton, Glenna 67,71,72,104
Emmert, Mitchel 82
Emmert, Nancy 37,60,66,69,71,72,99
Entrekin, Robert 46,49,63,65,68,99
Eskew, Karen 100
Ernstes, Helen 16,69
Evans, Ruth 37,56,61,63,65,96
Ferris, Robert 25,54,56,64
Fiers, ,Iames 48,104
Fishburn, Sheila 61 ,65,67,69,96
Fisher, Mark 19,45,78,96
Flagle, Bob 19,37,44,73
Flagle, Fred 104
Flannery, Debbie 62,67,69,71,72,104
Foley, Danny 63,104
Ford, Kay 6o,67,o9,71,9c,
Fraley, William 60,711,107
Francis, Brenda 67,73,82
Francis, Linda 66,67,96
Franklin, Randy 45,63,65,104
Fredrick, David 107
Freeland, Tom 100
Freese, Kirk 104
Friddle, Karen 62,66,100
Fulk, Sharon 71,82
Fuquay, ,Iacqueline 62,72,104
Fussel, Robert 104
Gaier, Carolyn 55,60,69,71,104
Garber, Gary 51 ,60,63,68,104
Garrett, Mike 96
Garriett, Kathy 67,104
Garriett, Michael 62,63,68,100
Gatewood, Pamala 107
Geier, Mark 100
Geier, Teresa 96
Geise, David 13
Geissman, Blanche 60,61 ,67,69,82
Gibson, Cindy 62,69,104
Gibson, Kathy 67,69,71,72,75,82
Gibson, Randy 50,59,60,68,71,96
Gigli, Nancy 69,70,71,82
Gillum, Sue 82
Ginder, Carl 104
Ginder, Darlene 19,55,69,96
Ginder, Donovan 100
Goad, Gertrude 96
Goins, Sharon 66,96
Good, Elisabeth 77
Goodman, Connie 69,71,82
Goodman, Debra 72,97
Goodman, Diana 66,71 ,100
Goodman, Sherry 69,82
Grady, Kathleen 60,61,62,64,65,67,82
Grady, Sandra 62,71 ,72,104
Grahn, Claudia 61 ,68,71 ,100
Grahn, joseph 48,104
Gray, Sandy 67,97
Green, Vicki 67,69,71,82
Green, Vicki 63,100
Green, Terry 71,97
Greenham, Ruth 22 I
Grifiin, Harolda 64,65,47,83,89
Guyer, Richard 60,76
Hagan, Sandra 64,83
Haggard, Robert 61 ,63,64,70,83
Hall, Albert 63,100
Hall, Cynthia 62,70,72,l00
Hall, Pamela 69,83
Hannan, Carol 72,104
Hanni, Larry 27,46,50
Hanner, David 45,49,50,100
Hamilton, Timothy 104
Harmon, Joyce 68,71 ,72,104
Harmon, Kelvin 63,69,104
Harrison, Sheila 66,72,104
Harrison, Sylvia 16,17
Hart, .lim 97
Hart, Pamela 66,69,72,100
Hawk, Leslie 96
Hawk, Norma 104
Hayes, Betty 69,72,97
Henderson, Alma 63,104
Henderson, Debbie 62,67,104
Hendricks, Ann 65,68,72,104
Henderickson, Kathleen 15,68,83
Hilton, Delbert 100
Hilton, Gary 21,104
Hipp, Romelda 97
Hoard, Rebecca 100
Holcombe, Ben 18,50
Hollcraft, Kathleen 47,60,68,71,72,104
Hollis, Linda 68,72,104
Hopper, Doris 62,72,100
Horn, Brenda 12,56,60,61,63,67,68,69,71,83,
Horn, Donna 47,64,71,100
Hornsby, Franklin 45,48,62,104
Hosier, Angela 40,41 ,42,45,6o,o1 ,63,65,67,68,
Hosier, Timothy 100
Howard, Christy 97
Howard, Deborah 64,97
Howard, Wendy 100
Hubble, Richard 45,61,83
Hubble, Teresa 59,60,67,68
Hughes, Ross 41,45,50,61,63,64,71,97
Humphries, Larry 37,60,83,84
Humphries, james 60,65,68,104
Kesterson, Mary 65,67,73,72,100
King, Robert 48,105
King, Sheryll 65,66,72,104
Kitchans, Marsha 62,71,72,105
Kitley, Gloria 63,65,72,l05
Knoop, Marvin 5,14,46
Kracht, Thomas 62,63,105
Kraft, Tom 105
Kramer, Trudy 68,69,100
Kuner, Mark 58,84
Kurtz, Vickie 8,66,69,70,84
Kysar, Vaughn 105
LaFever, Willard 84
, Darryl 85
Donald 21 ,48,50,105
Lancaster, Mary 29,60,61,67,68,72,85
Land, Mary 64,72,100
Lawrence, Connie 85
Lawrence, Vicki 97
Lawson, Horace 100
Layman, Sharon 97
Lechner, Cynthia 69,71 ,72,79,85
Ledbetter, Virginia 105
Leffler, William 12
Leonard, Patricia 69,71,72,105
Lewis, Beverly 67,72,85
Hunter, Gregory 63,104
Hurst, Donald 70,100
Irish, Vernice 28
Jackson, Larry 97
jenkins, john 100
johnson, Glen 44,71 ,84,61
Jones, Bethany 104
jones, Brenda 71 ,72,84
jones, George 42,44,51,60,71,84,89
jones, james 64,100
jones, Steve 97
Kafoure, Douglas 62,97
Kamplain, Donna 62,104
Kamplain, Ellisa 67,68,69,71,72,100
Karch, Gerald 104
Kattau, Dianne 64,100
Kattau, Richard 104
Kates, Rodney 100
Keller, Patricia 37,69,72,84
Lewis, Pamela 62,71,72,105
Lewis, Tom 44,46,50,70,71,85
Linn, Melanie 67,62,68,100
Lipperd, Terry 100
Lonsberry. Debbie 66
Lowe, Brenda 64,65,67,69,72,97
Lowe, Nancy 64,66,67,71,72,100
Lowe, Susan 64,69,71,72,100
Lowery, janet 60,61 ,62,65,67,68,72,73,97
Lowes, Efhe 62,97
Lowes, Larry 105
Luby, Sara 100
Lucas, james 48,68,51,105
Lyons, Barbara 73,97
Lyons, Sandra 60,67,85,61,62,63
Macaluso, Sylvia 101
Macaluso, Yolanda 64,65,67,69,71,72,97
Marlin, Robert 42,51,85
Marling, Rex 62,66,97
Marsh, Dean 64,97
Martin, Kevin 51,65,105
Mason, Darla 47,59,61,65,e8,71,101
Mason, Vicki 67,68,69,97
Massey, Martin 97
Massey, Jeann 62,69,72,105
Matthews, Mike 107
Keller, Terry 66,69,72,100
Kesterson, Larry 71,100
Maze, Irvin 43,51,59,62,65,66,68,97
Maze, Lillian 28
McAmis, Roy 85
McAvoy, Barbara 85
McBee, Phyllis 68,69,71,72,101
McCartney, Vickie 67,69,71,85
McClain, Barry 65,86
McClain, David 46,50,67,71,97
McClain, Edwin 44,45,50,60,67,71
McClain, Linda 71,86
McClain, Pamela 62,65,69,71,72,105
McConnell, Danny 45,46,50,105
McCowan, Brenda 64,69,97
McCullough, Becky 58,69,72,73,101
McCurdy, BillyJo 65,68,72,101
McDaniel, Alice 60,62,65,71,72
McDaniel, Walter 50,101
McFarland, Danny 48,50,105
McFarland, Gary 45,48,105
McFarland, Keith 48,105
McFarland, Larry 101
McFarland, Marsha 64,26,47,55,86
McFarland, Michael 101
McFarland, Nancy 69,71 ,72,105
McFarland, Susie 47,86
McKinney, Mark 37,42,45,46,51,60,7
Meador, Zella 69,97
Messer, Martha 69,64,86
Messer, Roger 86
Messer, Robert 101
Meyer, Wilbur 20
Miles, William 63,73,56,97
Miller, Connie 66,67,71,72,97
Miller, Thelma 70
Miner, Lucy 15,59,61,68
Mitchell, Linda 12,69,86,105
Modlin, Joann 62,69,71,72,105
Monday, Karen 66,107
Monday, Linda 62,72,105
Moore, Kathy 62,66,69,72,105
Moore, Mitzie 66,105
Moore, Larry 101
Moore, Millie 101
Moorehead, Donald 101
Morgan, Allen 13,39,49
Morgan, David 56,60,63,97
Morgan, Donna 66,67,87
Morris, Ruth 66,97
Morris, Shirley 66,72,105
Morrow, Deborah 105
Mosier, Pamela 97
Moss, Kenneth 18,29,60,67,87,89
Muncy, Charles 51 ,66,97
Myer, Gail 27,71,72
Napier, Don 87
Naue, David 97
Neal, Nancy 66,71 ,72,105
Neal, Rexeen 60,66,67,71,72,101
Neathery, Connie 87
Nees, Dale 101
Newman, James 45,105
Newton, Terry 87
Norman, David 97
Nottingham, Ronnie 97
Oakley, Karl 45,49,50,67,101
O'Connell, Phyllis 87
Oglesby, Henry 62,97
Oglesby, John 63,681,101
Olin, Chauncey 37,44,60,87,89
Olin, Walter 45,48,60,101
Osburn, Teresa 71,87
O'Neal, Christine 105
Parish, Brenda 65,66,69,72,101
Parish, Michael 101
Parker, Deborah 72,105
Parker, Linda 26,68,87
Pate, Richard 20,51
Patterson, Deloris 66,101
Patterson, Robert 70
Paugh, Greg 97
Paul, Joyce 70,72,101
Peasley, Susan 66,67,69,101
Pelko, Cheryl 42,67,69,88
Perry, Mark 97
Peters, Robert 97
Peterson, Chery 67,69,97
Peterson, Lucille 14,67,73
Peterson, John 45,105
Dennis 61 ,62,97
Phillips, Janis 72,63,88
Phipps, Gailen 101
Pickett, Anthony 45,48,62,105
Pickett, Caren 95
Pickett, Linda 72,97
ok, Donna 62,72,105
Piepenbrok, Mary 29,61 ,60,63,65,66,67,68,69,
Piepenbrok, Ruth 56,61 ,67,68,69,71 ,72,97
Piepenbrok, Wayne 27,101
Pierson, Debraorah 62,65,69,71,62,105
Pierson, Linda 97
Pierson, Rhonda 69,101
Pittman, Jerry 45,105
Poland, Andrew 105
Pollard, Debra 63,69,72,97
Poole, Becky 61 ,63,65,67,68,69,73,97
Potter, Deborah 101
Pratt, Connie 66,72,105
Pratt, Robert 61,88
Preuss, Donna 69,88
Price, Stephen 48,60,105
Prickett, Nancy 26
Probst, Leslie 88
Probst, Mike 68,59,97
Puckett, Carroll 97
Puckett, Karen 54,58,62,70,88,95
, Cheryl 71,97
Radcliffe, Daniel 97
Reasoner, Dennis 62,63,105
Reasoner, Donald 101
Reasoner, Doug 61 ,63,97
Reddick, Larry 101
Reed, Richard 37,63,101
Reed, William 20,49,61
Reel, Clarence 64,66,102
Reel, Rick 62,66,105
Reel, Starr 69,88
Reeves, Luana 66,69,71,72,105
Reimer, Patricia 64,102
Rejko, Steve 46,49,50,61,71,88
Rejko, Vicki 67,73,98
Repass, Tom 98
Richardson, Debra 62,64,102
Richwine, Margaret 13,68
Rieck, Lois 64,98
Riehle, Lawrence 77
Rigdon, Donna 66,72,98
Rigdon, Patricia 66,72,102
Rigdon, Ronald 88
Ritter, Charles 45,63,65,71,98
Robertson, Kenneth 70,102
Robinson, Ron 49,98
Rockey, Donald 48,60,106
Rockey, Ronald 46,48,102
Root, Carol 60,61 ,62,63,67,72,88
Rosemeyer, Debby 72,102
Rupe, Linda 98
Rupe, Max 66,102
Russell, Steve 45,106
Schilling, Rick 6,60,63,98
Schmidt, Becky 64,65,98
Schmidt, Michael 88
Schowe, Sarah 12
Schroeder, Marvin 89
Schuler, Susan 63,64,65,102
Schumacher, Rebecca 56,60,62,69,72,102
Scott, Mark 106
Service, Debra 58,65,72,102
Shaffer, Donna 67,98
Shaffer, Mike 19,36,45,46,50,61,71,98
Shane, Ronald 89
Shay, Glenn 24,56,86,62
Shay, Linda 62,67,69,72,106
Shearer, Mark 27,63,106
Sheets, Gary 98
Sheets, Larry 41 ,45,50,98
Shepherd, Lucille 98
Shepherd, Sandra 98
Shields, Linda 64,89
Shott, Philip 48,50,61,71,102
Shue, Maureen 89
Sipes, Mike 62
Sipes, Rebecca 106
Sircy, Bill 98
Sircy, Robert 106
Sisk, Dennis 50,102
Sizemore, Calvin 65,98
Skelton, Rebecca 59,61 ,67,68,89,94
Skelton, William 89
Skiles, Stephany 66,67,98
Skiles, Stephen 98
Skillman, Gregory 106
Skillman, Sheryl 61 ,62,65,67,69,72,89
Smale, Susan 8,37,60,63,67,68,71,73,72,83,89
Smith Deborah 50,67,68,69,72
Smith, Gary 34,46,102
Smith johnny 71,102
Smith Karen 14
Smith Linda 69,71,106
Smith Melody 65 67,71,72,90
Smith Marcia 62,72,106
Smith Robert 102
Smith Steven 106
Smith, Terry 62,72,102
Walden, Chris 98
Snyder, Rodney 28,107
Souders, Donald 107
Souders, Martha 102
Sparks, james 106
Speer, Mark 90
Stayte, Sanya 62,69,71,72,102
Stephens, Gerald 90
Stephens, Linda 98
Stephenson, Mary 15
Steward, Kevin 106
Stillabower, Linda 60,64,65,67,68,69,90
Stockwell, Carolyn 60,61,67,72,90
Storm, Brenda 62,69,71,72,106
Sullivan, Barbara 102
Sullivan, Carol 64,66,98
Sutherland, Glenn 45,106
Sutherland, Marilou 62,64,71,72,102
Sutherland, Ronald 102
Sutter, Carol 63,64,90
Sutter, Larry 46,50,71,98
Swartz, Michael 63,106
Sweeney, Susan 69,102
Swengel, Carol 16,69,70,73,90
Tames, Cheryl 66,67,70,71,91
Tames, Larry 106
Tapp, Mike 44,65,91
Tawney, Francine 98
Thistlethwaite, Mark 18,45,48,50
Thomas, Allen 50,98
Thomas, Debbie 65,71 ,72,102
Thomas, Dwight 43,44,45,51,71 ,91
Thomas, Eileen 15,60
Thomas, Preston 22,44,45,56,60,63,71,79,90,91
Thomas, Steve 19,45,49,56,60,63,71,98
Townsend, Bill 46,48,50,60,71
Trimble, Charles 47,98
Trivett, Marilynn 91
Trotter, Mary 62,72,106
Tucker, Randy 45,48,60,102
Utter, Linda 65,67,69,98
Utterback, Inez 60,61 ,63,65,66,67,98
Utterback, Philip 42,49,51,56,63,67,102
Valentine, Luella 63,64,91
Vandivier, Van 66,106
Van Treese, Cynthia 65,66,67,69,72,102
Vernon, Barbara 66,72,106
Vuskalns, Anna 14,60,62,69,71,72,106
Vuskalns, Rita 47,61 ,62,65,66,67,71,72,107
Walker, Dan 62,106
Walker, Lynn 64,67,98
Wambsganss, Katherin 66,69,71,72,106
Wampner, Brenda 67,69,102
Wampner, Bobby 102
Wampner, Michael 62,106
Wampner, Ronnie 106
Ward, Brenda 57,59,62,67,68,71,72,102
Ward, Pamela 69,71 ,72,106
Ward, Valerie 62,63,67,69,72,91
Waterman, Barbara 60,61,64,69,72,98
Waterman, Steven 102
Watkins, Don 26,98
Watkins, Gary 98
Wells, Charles 61
Wepf, Cherie 64,91
Wepf, Ernest 27,102
Wesseler, Joe 62,106
Wesselman, Diana 69,70,71,92
Westby, Isabel 77
Westby, Ronald 51 ,56,60,67,68,98
Weston, Dennis 70,92
Westphal, Bruce 106
Westphal, Mark 92
Whiteside, Steve 71
Whitlock, Ronald 49,71,92
Whitsit, Marsha 64,65,66,69,102
Wicker, Carol 66,102
Wickliff, Lloyd 61 ,63,102
Wilcher, Mike 40,44,45,50,60,71,92
Wilkins, Danny 70,102
Wilkins, Garry 92
Willhite, Marina 72,92
Williams, john 56,62,102
Wilson, Danny 56,98,63
Wilson, Ricky 102
Wilson, Wayne 63,106
Wisdom, Christine 47,62,106
Wisdom, Diane 62,63,64,67,71
Wise, Barbara 69,71,92
Wolcott, Mike 49,92
Wood, Anita 67,73,92
Wood, Karen 61 ,73,98
Woodruff, Bonnie 16,73
Woods, Donna 62,69,106
Woods, Kathy 65,66,71,72,102
Woods, Robert 92
Woolman, Cheryl 22,106
l, Linda 66,69,98
Worthington, Carol 66,69,98
Wulf, Donald 106
Yeager, Marcia 63,64,92
Yensel, Hollis 21 ,45,46,50,60,106
Yokem, Linda 67,71 ,72,106
Young, jerry 106
Young, Kathrine 65,66,67,106
Young, Paul 45,49,102
Zerfas, David 106
Assistant Bobble Ly ons
Bus, Mgr.-.Anita Wood
School Lifeflacque Cottlc
Sports-Gail Acomb and Wayne Broadstreet
The height of our twelve years of education is the day we
walk through the arch at Franklin Central High School
and get that coveted diploma. We hope the 1967
FLASHBACK will be a treasure chest of fond memories
for the Seniors to whom we extend our best wishes. Life
lays at your feet, May' each and everyone of you fulfill
your ambitions. May this be the beginning of a wonderful
life for you.
The 43021 of the Senior class entering a four-year
course, have taken another step forward into the educa-
tional Held, while TZ: more are entering vocational
study. Of the First, one-third have received Hnancial aidg
whereas, 1591 of the entire class have received scholar-
ships andfor monetary aid.
The 66-67 FLASHBACK Stall' would like to thank
each and everyone of you who made this edition possible.
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