Franklin Community High School - Kite Yearbook (Franklin, IN)

 - Class of 1953

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mwiw F- J f i If ,H I 1 5 f . 1 6 ,U A Aww 1 IW L f' CU Qt .. WJ W V' W XI l an ,- ,- if W... wh Q W ......... g. ,nv ni' ii al 'X - 9, 94 . Q . 5 i 7. L- L-nv F Q 1 :F We, the members of the Class0f1953. wish to dedicate our yearbook to our class sponsors, Marietta Couch. Dorothy Stephan, and Herman Smith. In this small way, we want to thank them for their help and under- standing during our high school days. KITE ST FF SEATED: Loretta Kellams, Editor, Arlene Rhodes, Secretary-Treasurer: Keith Heiney, Art Editorg Norma Stark, Calendarg Carole Neese, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer. 6 STANDING: Dan Fetterley, Asst. Editor, Melvin Davis, Photography Editor, Mr. Cade, Sponsorg Tom Scott, Sports Editor: Dick VanCleave, Business, Bebe Wilson, Activities Editorg John McClain, Asst. Business Manager. The Kite Staff of 1953 wishes to express their thanks to Judy Babcock and Art Turner for their work on the Prophecy and to Carole Jacobs and Ann Mitchell on the Will. We also want to thank Stephanie Dart for her endless supply of snap- shots which we really appreciated, and to Phillip Hughey for the history. ,gg 4' 1 -. 'lV- ' . 'fy T M 5 f 31 5 6 X W Q gi?-Mi? ,E X 3 N EARL L . WOOD Superintendent h Q L. VERNE TAPP HORACE N. MCCLAIN Principal Vice Principal H Board of Education Left to right, EARL L. WOOD, Supt.g ROGER OWENS, SeCty.: G. WILLIAM FURNISH, Pres. IUDSON DEER, Treas MELBA DEMA-REE MONTREW GROSS secretary to Supl, Secretary to Prin. 6 D. SAMUEL CADE Science Mathematics Q Mech. Drawing or GERALDINE BAGBY THOMAS H. CAMPBELL English Physical Education Guidance Director i CARROLL COPELAND Instrumental Music WILLIAM CHURCH MARIETTA COUCH Business Education ,L Dramatics English DORIS EISENMENGER Physical Education JAMES E. DEPUTY ROBERT W. EVANS Social Studies Physical Education Mathematics Visual Education 7 BARNETT FOX Industrial Arts HAROLD HAMLIN English HOWARD ISLEY Vocal Music IESSIE F . LASH Science SUSANNAH OTT Home Economics LELLA KELLY Librarian MARCIA T. MILLER Social Studies Latin I MARIE PRUITT Art L -- ffm X z-5 .T . SKNSLT ISN :ggx13yx4 .QM-fam . Eine .-rziirwsgfifa' 15533 ,, 2 iii Q REKA B . MATTHEWS Spanish VONDA PETRO Mathematics Social Studies RUTH RITCHEY English Home Economics HERMAN A. SMITH Drivers Training Physical Educatron Baseball Coach "I" I. L. VAN CLEAVE Agriculture Biology .qu .- XSL. ...nun ROSALIE SCHLEGELMILCH Speech Hearing WILLIAM M. SPAULDING Business Education ROBERT P. VANDIVIER Athletic Director History LAURA B. WEBB Physical Education Social Studies -M Pi 'Ei 11:- me 1 2 X OTTO J . SLOOP Mathematics DOROTHY STEPHAN Mathematics LOUISE VAN LIEU English Q... 5 ati 59' . n , . .mf x ,- y. BVISZ: 'IV as. X wq, K -an :gmt vp. I-4 445' Ns. gp-Us SENIUR OFFI ER From left to right: Pat Lemons, secretaryg Dick Sefton, treasurerglim Lawson, president, and Judy Babcock, vice-president These students contributed greatly toward the welfare of the senior class and of the whole school. They have proved to be efficient in carryin out the wishes of the students and grave been understanding in all projects. 12 L JAMES R. ACHER College Preparatory Spanish Club, 3, 4, GWENDOLYN ALLEN Business Course Tri-Hi-Y, 3,43 Spanish Club, 3, Future Business Leaders of America, 4, CARYOLL AT WOOD Bus, and H, Ed. Student Coun, 3,4g Re- serve Cheerleader, 3,45 GAA, l,2,3,4g Girls B, B. Team, 2,3g FHA, 3, 4, Parliamentarian, 4g FBLA, 4, Red Cross, 3, Football Court, 35 FFA Sweetheart Court, IUDITH ANN BABCOCK College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4, VP, 45 VP of Class, 4g Student Council, 33 Majorette, 2, 3, 4, GAA, 1, 2,3,4, Pres, 4, Tres, 3, Thes- pians, 3, 45 Dramatics, 1,2,3,4g Red Cross, 2, Latin Club, 2, 35 Electron, 2, Girls B. B. Team, 3,4g Kite Staff, Prophecy. CAROL ANN BARGER Business Course Transfer from Martins- ville, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4g Red Cross, 4g Future Busi- ness Leaders of America, 4. EVA PARTENHEIMER BEARD A Home Ec. Course Future Homemakers of America, 3,4. PAUL RICHARD CAMPBELL College Preparatory Spanish Club, 4, Basket- ball, 1, 25 Track, l,2, WILLIAM EDWARD CATT Voc. Agriculture Hi-Y, 3,43 Band, 1,2,3g FFA,1,2,3,4, Pres, 3, VP, 2,4g choir, 2,a,4: Basketball, 2,3, RICHARD HERBERT COFFEY College Preparatory Hi-Y, 3,4, Football, 1, 2,3,4, Basketball, 2,3, Spanish Club, 3,4, VP, 4, Choir, 2, 3, 4, Dra- matics, 4, Red Cross, 1, 3, 4, Track, 2, "Room For One More, " BARBARA COFF MAN Business Course Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America, 3, 4, Song Leader, 4, FBLA, 3,4, DE, 4, VP, 4. ALICE IEANETTE COLIN Bus. and Home Ec. Future Homemakers of America, 3,4, MELVIN L, DAVIS College Prep, and Bus- iness Choir, 2,3,4, Red Cross, 1, Kite Staff, Photo Ed- itor. JANICE DEPUTY College Preparatory p Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4,Red Cross, l 1, 3, FBLA, 4, Dramatics, 3,4, Tres, 4, GAA, 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls B,B, Team, 2,3,4, Latin Club, 2, 3, DONALD DUNN Industrial Arts Hi-Y, 3,4, RAYMOND A. FEATHERN GILL College Preparatory Thespians, 3,4, Pres, 3, 4, Basketball, l,2,3,4, Football, 1, 2, 3,4, Base- ball, 1,2,3,4, Dramatics, 1,2,3,4, Choir, 2,3,4, Band, 1, "Our Miss Br- ooks," "Off A Pewter Platter. " DANIEL DAWSON FET T ERLY College Preparatory Hi- Y, 3, 4, Hist, 4, Tres. of Class, 2, Latin Club, 2, 3, Pres, 3, Band, 1, 2, 4, Electron, 3,4, Red Cross, 3,4, VP, 4, Student Council, 4, Pres, 4, Kite Staff, Asst, Ed- itor, ' MARY ELIZABETH FRAZIER Home Ec. Course Transfer from Columbus, 4, Future Homemakers of America, 4. CONSTANCE DEE FRICKER Business Course Tri-Hi-Y, 3,45 Dramatics, 1,2.3,4g V. P. Library, GAA 23 3: Choir, 2.3.45 2,3:Red Cross, 45 FBLA, 3. 4, Pres. 4: Latin Club, 2g Spanish Club, 4g Electron, 4, "Our Miss Brooks." ZELTA MAE FULKERSON College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y , 3 .43 Latin Club , 2g Future Homemakers of America. 3.4. ROBERT GARRISON Business Course Football, 1 , 2. JOYCE HARRISON College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y. 3.4g Chaplain, 45 FHA, 3.4: V. P. 45 Spanish Club4g G. A. A. 1: Red Cross, 15 Choir 2,3.4: Electron, 1,2g FFA Sweet- heart Court, 3. KEITH EMERSON HEINEY College Preparatory Hi-Y, 3.4: Chaplain, 45 Football,1,2,3,4,Band. 3. 4: Student Director, 3,43 Honart. 3,4gPres. 43Basket- ball, 1, Electron. 3.4g Bus. Manager, 3: Red Cross 1, Latin Club, 2,35 Dramatics 45 Kite Staff, Art Editor. ROBERT HENDRICKS Voc. Agriculture F. F. A. 1,2,3: Choir, 2 3,4gBasketball, 1, 2g Track: 1g Spanish Club, 3. 15 PHILIP HUGHEY College Preparatory Hi-Y, 3,4, Band, 2,3,4, Manager, 3, Latin Club, 2,3, Red Cross, 4, Foot- ball, 1, Kite Staff, His- tory, CAROL ANN JACOBS College Preparatory Tri - Hi - Y, 3,4, Prom Court, 3, Choir, 2,3,4, Latin Club, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 4, Dramatics, 1, 2,3,4, Sec, 4,Thespians, 3,4, VP, 4, Electron, 1, 2,3,4, Editor, 3, Kite Staff, Will, "Our Miss Brooks," "Room For One More," BOB JOHNSON College Preparatory Hi-Y, 3,4, Football, 1, 2, 3,4, Spanish Club, 2, 3,4, Band, 1, 2, 3. NANCI MARIE JONES College Preparatory Tri-I-li-Y, 3,4,Red Cross, 4, Pres, 4, Latin Club, 3,4,GAA, 1, 2, 3,4, Dra- matics, 1, 2,4, Girls B. B, Team, 4, Electron, 1, Thespians, 4. W' .g sf .fisfwr 11 ' -ag il -1 'Q ,. r. .NS ,711 . 6 A fl- 1 E-f 1,5 N 1 -1. -5. W' 'YLKXNFH Rfk, A 1 5 '1' 3 P' 1 r . A is S , U f h . . ., ' 11,3 i , f , emi gl L ' ' is Q , ff K .rs r:fs.ffm, spy' 5 Q 't' " '- ' . .1 -11,3 ' - 5 ' , ,-zbifsi L LORETTA LEE KELLAMS College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4, Hist, 4, Prom Court, 3, Thespians, 3,4, Girls State, 3, Hon- art, 2, 3, VP, 3, GAA, 1,2,3,4, Girls B. B. Team, 2, 3,4, Kite Staff, Editor, D, A.R, Award, "Off A Pewter Platter," "Our Miss Brooks," 'Room For One More, " DORIS KENNEDY Bus. and Home Ec. FBLA, 3,4, VP, 4, FHA, 3,4, Editor, 4, Major- ette, 4, GAA, 1, 2, Red Cross, 4, TOM KERLIN College Preparatory Hi - Y, 3, 4, Thesgi' 4, Spanish Club, 3,4, Band, 1, 2,3, Red Cross, 4. JAMES THOMAS LAWSON College Preparatory Hi-Y, 3, 4, Pres. ofClass, 4, Student Council, 4, Red Cross, 2, 3, Latin Club, 2,3, Reserve Cheer- leader, 3, Golf, 1,2,3, 4, Football, 4, Electron, 1, 2,3,4, Sports Editor, 3. LARRY DAVID LEE College Preparatory Hi-Y 3.4: Student Coun- cil, 1,35 Latin Club, 2,35 High School Choir, 2,35 Basketball, 1, 2,3 .43 Foot- ball, lg Baseball, 1,2,3,4g Electron 2,3.4. PATRICIA SUE LEMONS College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g Prom Court 3: Latin Club 3.4: Pres. 4: Sec. ofClass 4g Choir, 2.3, 4: F. B. L. A. 3.4g Sec. 45 Grizzly Cub Court 1,2g Thespian 3 ,4g Electron 1 , 2, 3g Dramatic Club, 2,33 Student Council, 2, G. A. A. 1,25 "Our MissBrooks." Student Man. CLIVE LEWIS College Preparatory Hi-Y 3.4: Football, 1.2.3. 4g Spanish Club 2, 3 .45 Pres. 4. JOHN NEWTON MCCLAIN College Preparatory Hi-Y, 3,4gElectron 1,2,3 4gChoir, 2,3,4g LatinClub 3.4g Dramatics Club, 3,42 Thespians, 3.4: Treas. 43 Kite Staffg Ass. Bus. Mang. 4. BILLY JO MCDONALD Business Course Football2,3,4g F. B. L. A. 35 D. E. 44 Kite Salesman 4. LARRY MCGILL Business Course Football. 1: Basketball, 1: Track, 2. ANNE MITCHELL College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y 43 Dramatic Club , 1,'2,3,4g V. P. 4: Spanish Club, 4g Latin Club, 3g G. A. A.1,2,3,4: Kite Staff, Willg Kite Salesman, 4. STANLEY OWEN MONTGOMERY Business Course Hi-Y, 3,43 Football, 2.3.43 Baseball, 2,3,4g Track, 1: Kite Salesman. 17 CAROLYN ANN NEESE College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4, FBLA, 3,4, Tres, 4, Choir, 2, 3,4, Electron, 2,3,4, Asst, Ed, 3, Latin Club, 2,3, Sec-Tres, 3, Span- ish Club, 4,-Library Club, 2, VP, 2, Dramatics, 1, 3,4, Thespians, 2,3,Kite Staff, Asst - Sec - Tres, "Off A Pewter Platter. " SUE PERKINS College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4, Red Cross, 3, Electron, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, Latin Club, 2, 3, FHA, 3,4, Historian, 4. IANICE MARILYN PERRY College Prep. and Bus- iness Course GAA, 2,3,4,Choir, 2, 3, 4, Reserve Cheerleader, 1, 2,3,4, Furure Business Leaders of America, 3, 4, ANNETTE PETRO College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4, Sec, of Class, 1, Varsity Cheer- leader, 2, 3,4, GAA, 1, 2, 3,4, Girls B. B, Team, 2, 3,4, Red Cross, 1, Elect- ron, 1, 2, 1953 Kite Que- en, Grizzley Cub Court 1,2,3, Student Conn, 4 VP, 4, Library Club, 1, 2 3, 4, Latin Club, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 4, ESTHER RAMSEY Business Course Transfer from Ben Davis, 4, Drarnatics Club, 4, Pres, 4, FBLA, 4, FHA, 4, GAA, 4, Girls B,B, Team, 4, 1952 Football Queen, 4, Spanish Club, ROBERT RANEY Vocational A g, Transfer from Union, 4, ARLENE RHODES College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4, Sec, 4, Prom Queen, 3, Varsity Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4, Grizzley Cub Court, 3, FHA, 3,4, Pres, 4, Red Cross, 2,3,4,Latin Club, 2, 3, Electron, 2, 3, 4, VP of Class, 2, Choir, 2, 3, 4, Girls State, 3, Kite Staff, Sec - Tres, FBLA, 4, GAA, 2, 3. MARGARET RICE College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4,RedCross, 3,4, Reporter, 3, Sec, 4, Spanish Club, 3,4, VP, 3, Dramatics, 1,2,3,4, Thespians, 3, 4, Choir, 2, 3, 4, GAA, 1, 2, 3,4, Girls B, B, Team, DONALD LEE RISINGER College Prep. and Business Course Hi-Y, 3,45 Band, 1,25Red Cross . 1, 2,35 SpanishClub. 45 Choir, 2.3.45 Basket- ball, 1,2,3.4gFootball, 1, 3.45 Baseball. 1,45 Track 15 Dramatics, 1.2. TED ROBINETTE College Preparatory Transfer from Frankfort, Germany, 45 Football. 4. EDMOND L. scorr College Preparatory Transfer from Tokyo,Japan, 45 Hi-Y, 4. THOMAS E. SCOTT College Preparatory Hi-Y ,3,4g Student Council. 15 Red Cross 1.45 Trea. 45 Pres. ofClass 15 Latin Club, 3g Football. 1.2,3.4gCapr. 45 Golf, 2,3,45Basketba1l. 1,2.3,45 Boys State, 3g Kite Staff Sports Editor. RICHARD D. SEFTON Business Course Hi-Y, 3,45 Choir, 2.3: Track Manager, 15 Red Cross, 45 Spanish Club, 45 Baseball.4g Treas. ofClass, 4. MARTHA JOAN SEGO College Preparatory and Business Spanish Club, 3.45 Sec.- Tres. 45 GAA, 1.2,3,4g Sec., 25 F. B. L. A. 4 Girls B. B. Team. 1.2. MELVIN LEON SMITH College Preparatory Hi-Y, 3.45 Sec. 45 Spanish Club, 2.3,45Pres.45 Choir, 3.4. MERRILL W. SMITH Voc. Agriculture Future Farmers of America 1,2,3,45 Pres. 45 Sec. 3 19 WALTER E. SMITH Business Course Hi-Y, 3g Future Farmers of America, 2,3- NORMA JOAN STARK College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3.4, Trea. 4, Choir, 2,3,4g Latin Club, 2,3g Spanish Club, 4g GAA 1, 2,3gVice-Pres. of Class, 33 Dramarics Club, 3, Kire Staff Calendar Editor. COVELLA STURGEON College Preparatory Reserve yell leader, 1,23 F. H. A. 3.4: Kite.Court, 4: D. E. 4. ARTHUR H. TURNER College Preparatory Business Course Hi-Y, 3,4, Pres. 4: Pres. ofClass, 2.3, StudentCou- ncil, 2,3,4: Latin Club, 2 3,Baseball,1.2,3,4:Foorf' ball, 1,2,3,4g Basketball, 1,25 Choir, 2,3.4: Kite Staff, Prophecy. EDITH M. VANCE Business Course Tri-Hi-Y, 3,43 Future Bus- iness Leaders of America 3.4. BUFORD IR. VANCLEAVE Business Course Football, 1,2,3,4g Basket- ball, 1: Baseball, 1,2g Track, l,2. RICHARD L. VANCLEAVE College Preparatory Latin Club 2,3gHonarrClub , 3.4, Trea. of Class 3: Foot- Hi-Y, 3,45 Vice-Pres. 4 ball, 2,3,4g Choir, 2.3.4, Pres. 25 Kite Staff, Bus. Manager. WILLIAM VANCLEAVE Business Course Basketball, 2.3, Baseball, 2. BETTY GAYLE WALTERS Business Course High School Choir 2,3.4g D. E. 45 Red Cross 1.2. SYLVIA JUNE WHEET College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4: F. H. A. 3, 4: Trea. 4g Choir, 2,3,4: Sec. 43 Latir1Club, 3gF. F. A. Sweetheart Queen. WILLIAM M. WHEELER College Preparatory Hi-Y, 3,4g Football, 1,23 Basketball, 1,2,3.4g Cap- tain, 44 Baseball, 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club, 2,3,4g Vice- Pres. 2g Trea. of Class, 1 Red Cross, 3 ,4gStudent Cou-' ncil. 1: 1952 Kite King, 4, Kite Salesman. ' BEATRICE L. WILSON College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4g Pres. 4g StudentCouncil, 3,4gV. P. 3g Latin Club, 2.3, Pres. 39 Thespians, 3,4g Sec. 43 Choir, 2,3,41Majorette, 2, 3,45 Prom Court, 33 Girls State 3: Girls B. B. Team 2.3,-4g Kite Staff, Act. Ed- itor. JAMES WILLIAM WOODS College Preparatory Hi-Y , 3.4gRed Cross 1gBand , 1,2,3g President, 2g Span- ish Club, 3.43 Choir, 2,3, 43 Pres. 4. 21 On September 8, 1949, approximately 106 "green" fresh- men entered the halls ofFranklin High School,eager, but with a feeling of inferiority to the many upperclassmen. Since,out of this number, 16 were graduates of Needham Grade School and about 8 more were from Hopewell, there were many new and unfamiliar faces among us. As a result, the next two or three weeks were spent in making new friends and acquaint- ances, many of whom would share our joys and troubles during the next four years. As time passed on, we freshmen started to emerge from , our shells and began to take our places, however small, in the whirl of school activities. Perhaps the highlight of the year was the annual Grizzly Club Dance held in honor of the "F-men" of the school. A week before the big affair, many white shirts were laundered and pressed as were the "only" suits. The girls, too, were spending anxious moments getting their formals ready for the big night. What a wonderful time we had! As we look back through the last four years, one of the sweetest memories if our first Grizzly Cub. We are grateful to the school for allowing such a fine tradition to be carried on. The remaining weeks of school passed uneventfully, and almost before we knew it, another senior class had been promoted from "green" freshmen to "sophisticated" or "Silly" sophomores. As we accepted this position of F. H.'S. , we were beginning to realize that we had a very definite place in our school. School passed on much as it had 'the year before, with one notable exception. We became acquainted with .our new class sponsors, Miss Stephan, Miss Couch, and Mr. Smith. Our sponsors the year before had been Mr. Vandivier,'Miss Van Lien, and Mr. Van Cleave. Our sponsors have been very helpful and understanding in all our problems. Their ready help and advice have been ours for the askingg and for this, we cannot be too grateful and appreciative, As the year continued many of the members of our class had begun making themselves prominent places in school life. Many were taking over duties of class officers and officers in the various clubs. Some were excell- ing in the classroom, while others were starring on the sports field. By this time most of our"crushes" on upperclassmen had been forgotten: and, as we began to learn the cor- rect methods of dating, the time-honored "battle of the sexes" was on. Then suddenly the year wasover andone of our most important years was beginning. We were juniors! Our junior year was an exciting one right from the start. This was the first year that we really began to take an active part in the major organizations at Franklin High. Soon after school started Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y tapped many of our class members,and, after a day or two of informal initiation, formally initiated us in inspiring cere- monies. Much of our time has been spent making these organizations successesg and we are extremely grateful to F. H. S. for the privilege of participating in them. From the start of our junior year, the big thing in all our minds was THE PROM!! For our theme we chose "Evening in Paris"g and immediately began working., We knew that during the next few months, the eyes of the whole school would be on us, and we wanted to present the seniors with one of the best Proms ever. Many of us donned a new formal, dinner-jacket, or for the first time, and for all of us our Junior Prom is ahappy mem- ory we shall never forget. Altogether too soon, our senior year arrived and many of us began realizing for the first time just what these last four years had meant to us. We have, in our owr1 way, tried to till a place among the other graduating class- es before us, and sincerely hope that we have been able to do so. In spite of the worry and concern we have caus- ed our superiors through these years, we hope that they know that they have our deepest respect and sincerest ap- preciation for the guidance and knowledge they have passed on to us. ' During our four years of hardship and happiness, we have made many friends among ourselves and, we hope, among the faculty and members of other classes. Some of these friends we shall never see again: others will be near LB all our lives, sharing the same problems and happiness that they have shared with us in high school. Years from now as we look through the pages of this, our senior class annual, may we all be reminded of our four won- derful years at Franklin High School. SECOND GRADE WILL I, James Acher, will my reserved manner and kind disposition to Ginny Vandivier. I, Gwendolyn Allen, will my ability to remain a loyal demo- crat, even against overwhelming odds to Carolyn Mclvlillian. I, Caryoll Atwood, will my many wild high school days and and nights to Janifer Buchanan. I, Judy Babcock, will all the good times I've had at the mixers this year to the guards at t e door. I, Carole Barger, will my normal quiet life to Helen Wolfschlag. I, Eva Beard, will my wedding ring to the junior girls who will be needing it next year. I, Dick Campbell, will my ability to glet assignments in on time to Patty Richardson I, Eddie Catt, will my first love, hog ouses, to Jerry Carvin. I, Dick Coffey, will my he-man physique to Larry Jacobs. I, Barbara Coffman, will my ambition to become District Mana er of the dime store to Jane Johnson. I, Alice Colin, will my friendly and interested look to Sharon Ngeek. I, Melvin lMelvinJ Davis, will my trusty camera to Stephanie Dart. I, Janice Deputy, will my flaming red pushmobile, with all it's memories, to my brother Gilford. I, Donald Dunn, will my interest in the elements of electricity to Donald Jones. I, Raymond Feathern ill, will my lady killing technique no Sammy Yount. I, Dan Fetterley, my man of distinction qualities to Billy Dillard. I, Mary Frazier, will my sweet disposition to Bill Mann. I, Connie Fricker, will my tintair to Susie Allstetter. I, Zelta-Fulkerson, will my speedy and determined ways to Russell Smock. I, Bob Garrison, will the rest of my finger to the shop. I, Joyce Harrison, "the last of the Red Hot Mama's" will my jovial personality to Harley Baxter, I, Keith Heiney, will my position as Mr. Copleland's right hand man to Tommy Vest. l, Bob Hendricks, will my ability to finish sc ool in three and a half years to Clement Shepard. I, Philip Hughey, will my Einstein brain to Beverlyfollick. I, Carole Jacobs, will my four day school week to Larry Logan. I, Bob Johnson, will my last name to Alice Jane in one year. I, Nanci Jones, will my house to anyone who likes a red hot party. I, Loretta Uudy Canovay Kellams, will my acting ability to all the stagestruck kids of F. H. S. I, Doris Kennedy, will my petite figure to Mary nn Earl. ' I, Tom Kerlin, will my I-lot4rod antics to Lester VanCleave. I, Jime Lawson, will my abition to become a pro gqolfer and football player to Dan Mitchell. I, Larry Lee, will my ability to get along with bas etball coaches to Harold Dillow. ' I, Pat Lemons, will my love for medical students to Jane Davis. A I, Clive Lewis, will my large collection of literature no the FHS library. I, Johg McClain, will free parking space on my country road to John Records so he won't have to use the country clu . ' - 24 Bill McDonald, will my taxi service to Bob Clawson. A Larry McGill, will leave gladly. N Anne Mitchell, will my big Stevenson button to Ann Sanders. ' Stanley Montgomery, will my bone crushing tackets and other outstanding defensive work on the gridiron to Leon Morris. Carole Neese, will my unfailing pursuit of knowledge to Bob Mitchell. Sue Perkings, will my mild manner and quiet ways to Kathy Wright. Janice Perry, will my desire to become America's No. one housewife to Wanda Nunn. Annette Petro, will my ability to live up to my favorite expression, "ah, flaming youth" to Leo Morris. Esther Ramsey, will my Marilyn Monroe qualities to Floyd Peytorl. A Bob Raney, will my babyface to Wendell Johnson. Arlene Rhodes, will my two mile hike from Nicks to Judy Records. Margaret Rice, will my hard-earned title of bi gest flirt to Ceclia Ambs. Don Risinger, the sheik of Franklin High Schooi will my little dog back to the state legislature. Ted Robinette, will my clever little jokes to Jimmy Cooley, who on second thought doesn't need them. Ed Scott, the Tokyo Rose, will my natural gift to gab to Barbara Carlisle. Tom Scott, will my All-American boy qua 'ties no Marshall Mitchell. Dick Sefton, will my title as Tri-Hi-Y sweetheart king to Donald Webb. Martha Sego, will my twinkle toes on the dance floor to Tom Handley. Melvin CMelvin???J Smith, will my ability to work in the .dark room of Smiths photo shop to Charlotte Ballard. Merrill Smith, will my love for outlof town women to Charlie Snider. Walter Smith, will my title the studious type student to Jim Gee. Norma Stark, will my love for older men to Marcia Whetstine. Covella Sturgeon, will my "Devil may care" attitude to Betty Smith. Art fCat-many Turner, will my favorite motto, "Go cat go" to Ronnie Montgomery. Edith Vance, will my long golden curls to Warren Burris. Buford VanCleave will my bruising tactics on the football field to Boris Matthews. Richard VanCleave, will my flashy yellow mercury to Kenneth Townsend. Billy VanCleave, will my ambition to become 35th president of the US to -Don Pelley. Betty Walters, will my position as co-pilot in the Franklin taxi service to Donna Pelley. Bill Wheeler, will my seventeen point shooting average to Bob Cummings. Sylvia Wheet, will my calm manner and soft voice to Shirley Philips. Bebe Wilson, will my Ipana Smile to Josephine Parks. , Jim Woods, will my horn blowing ability to Roger Lowe. PRUPHECY , The 1973 State BasketballFinals have just been complet- ed and Franklin emerged the victor. The games have been played in the Franklin Field House with Bill Wheeler, the up and coming basketball coach at I. U. officiating the games. He was ably assisted by James "Eyes" Acher. As we ascend from the hundred and second row and make our way down the long ramps we are confronted with Walter Smith, janitor, push- ing dirt, waste, and empty popcorn sacks under the bleachers J in true Garrett fashion. Quickly our eyes are cauglht by an ob- J J ject above the crowd. It's none other than Jo n McClain. J Rumor has it that John has two fingers bandagedg it seems he was polishing too many apples to get the ,position of principal at our dear ole Alma Mater. Everyone's attention is directed to the North exit where Chief o Police, Tom Kerlin, is holding back the crowd to let Clive Lewis, manager and star of "Ice Capades" and some of his cast make their grand exit. As we get a closer look we see that it is that inseparable pair, Bebe "Flashing Blades" Wilson and Loretta "Twinkle Toes" Kellams who are currently featured in the show. A loud roar is heard in a far corner. Upon investigation we learn that Pat Lemons, now running for the office of president of the Nicotine Anonymous is arguing with the popular debater,Caro1e Jacobs, on the values of cigarettes to the modern girl. Leaving the gym we notice a poster advertising the appearance of Janice Deputy's Arkansas Travelers, the only girls team to eat the Globe Trotters who were without the services of their captain, Bill VanCleave. On the bulletin board are other notices of the doings ofathletes who are Fl-lSgraduates. ZeltaFulkerson has won the hun- dred yard dash in the olympics this past year. Other team members were Ann "Amazon" Mitchell who took firstin the womens division of the shot put and Doris Kennedy, worlds contender for the high hurdle record. Now, the parade downtown begins, led by Eddie Catt and his new custom Chevrolet. We join the joyous throng and pass by Buford VanCleave who just came rushing from the church at which he is pastor and is trying to hush the bedlam which is interrupting his service. Then we see Don Risinger, representative for "Double Bubble With No Trouble" chewing gum, and giving the kiddies samples when their mothers aren't looking. Dick Sefton is circulating through the crowd still trying to "pull" a bop joke. At his side is Ed Scott who is on a crusade for the introducing of "Geisha Girls" in the U. S. Across the street is Connie Fricker, New York sweater model, talk- ing to Nanci Jones, noted author, of a book entitled HOW TO CULTIVATE A FEMININE LAUGH. Our eyes catch the pleasant smile of Sue Perkinsg upon talking to her she tells us that she is the critic for Nanci's new book. She also adds the latest bit of glossip, that Carol Barglpr has a new five year contract with the Amity TV station for her new show, "I-loedown wit Carol" and that Edit Vance holds the worlds record for fla - pole sitting. We are also informed that Eva Partenheimer Beard is now an exporter of seal skins straight from E- laskag while Sylvia Wheet and Joyce Harrison are currently booked at Town Hall with their startling lecture "The Evils of Men".' Sue adds that Raymond Featherngill's diamond business has not been hampered in t e least by this lecture. The pain of a splitting headache now drives us into the nearest drug store only to find Melvin Davis head Pharmacist slinging Bromo's at a mad pace. Quickly ducking a "Flying Bromo" and biting the dust we encounter none other than Betty Walters, lady archeologist, hunting her old fossils. Our head once more clear we step outside to see Robert Johnson, Manager of the cat farm walk u boldly and shake the hand of Bob Hendricks, president of the National Cowhands Union. We over hear him say that his farm hand, Larry Lee has taken a leave of absence to serve a term as Representative in Washington. While conversing Covella Sturgeon walks up and gives the two a strange look. She is a biology teacher at Yale. Whipping by is Dick Campbell, manufacturer of station wagons specially built to hold twenty girls. Out on the street there is a loud crash which draws our attention. Out of the crumpled mass comes Caryoll Atwood raving furiously that she has to get her road equipment out on 44. You see Caryoll is now with the state highway department maintaining the road between Franklin and Shelbyville. The team now leaves the parade to go to Margaret Rices's lunch room, commonly known as "Eat with Pete! . It has been reported that Jim Lawson, prominent jeweler, plans to give diamond stick pins, stones cut by Larry -' McGill, to the team members. Across the street in Martha Sego's dance salon is playing the name band, Keith Heiney and his Hoosier Maniacs. As we glidetacross the floor we see two eyes peering around the microphoneg they belong to none other than Carol Neese, ,who has just returned from her European concert tour. She- has the distinction of being the shortest soprano to sing at the Met. She is accompanied by Dan Fetterley, currently re- tired from the navy with the rank of admiral, on a uke. Not being in a mood for dancing we start on down the street. We see some of the other occupations enga - ed in the class of "53". Arlene Rhodes and Norma Stark are vieing with each other to see who can recruit tie most able bodied men to join the Marines in Arlene's case, or the Army in Norrna's. Not wishing to join the ser- vice we walk into the Robinette Barber Shop. It seems the feature of this place is Ted's imported German Girls who have just finished a course in Bill McDonalds' Personal school of manicuring. If you want to secure advise on bird watching just go to the back of the barber shop and ask for Melvin Smith. As we stumble through the smoke filled room to collect our advise we see three engaged in a game of poker. They are Jim Woods, Bo Raney, and Merrill Smith. We have just been informed that Gwendolyn Allen has taken a job as secretary to the Supt. of Schools, Stanley Montgomery. Don Dunn is teaching a course in electronics: for the first time at FHS. Bob "Stubby Garrison has been teaching shop classes for five years without a mishap. There is also a new band directorg he is Phil Humghey, toughest director the school has ever had. Annette Petro is teaching a Home Ec. course on how to attract an keep that man. The history job has been taken by Art Turner. The way the story goes he received a key ring for raduation and felt that this was his calling to the history teachin profession. Down from Purdue's teaching stafgwe have those former football stars Tom Scott, and Richard Vangleave, searching for material for the Boiler- maker's grid squad. Dick Coffey is seen dragging his mangled features down the street. It seems that last game he and his be- loved Rams played against the Chicago Bears was a rough one. As Judy Babcock walks pertly along the street, the information reaches our ears that she must hurry back to New York where the national convention for SAE house- mothers is being held. Just returned from Ethopia is WAC general, Alice Colin, and also walking along the thoro- fare is Mary Frazier, "Madame Plaster from Paris", the noted sculptor. The town's leading industry is the firm of Janice Perry and Barbara Coffman engaged in the manufacture of space helmets. Esther Ramsey, top fashion model, has the contract for modeling and showing the headpieces. Seeing that all of the members of the Class of 1953 are accounted for, we pointed our three and a half eyes toward Mars and disappeared. I 27 SENIOR Dick Coffey Loretta Kellnms Hill Wheeler Most Popular Most Popular - 7 Best Athlete Tom Scott Esther Ramsey Best Lookin Begt Looking Art Turner ' Arlene Rhodes Keith Heiney Most Likely to Succeed Most Polite Most Polite ELEBRITIES Carole Neese Larry Lee Margaret Rice Fastest Talker Biggest Flirt Biggest Flirt 9 Bebe Wilson Ted Robinette Best Personality Best Personality Annette Petro Don Risinger Martha Sego Best Dressed Best Dressed Best Dancer K Qfxx ..+. up 4-,Q 4 f I 1 fi' 'fm X js'S 4 f -Ni' i'3'pin V' 51 JUNIOD DFPOM 1952 -AKA RSX x QUEEN LE, ,A APLENE. RHODES COUQT j! BEATPICE WILSON 4 :E LOPETTA KELLAM5 PATRICIA LEMONS CAPOLE. JACOBS AN QUEENS w TRI-HI-Y KING GRIZZLY CUB COURT w r KITE STAFF KING-QUEEN TRI-HI-Y DANCE N, J' W if' 'X x f N ff N? -mv s JU IOR OFFICERS: President, John Recordsg Vice-President, Betty Smithg Secretary, Cecilia Ambsg Treasurer, Leo Morris, ROW 15 Mary Allredg Sue Allstetterg Cecilia Ambsg Charlotte Ballardg Harley Baxterg Marvin Beamang Ralph Bellamyg Wilma Browng Janifer Buchanan: Carolyn Burdsall. ROW 2: Patricia Burrisg Junior Busterg Barbara Carlisle: Alice Cattg Barbara Colemang James Cooleyg Robert Cum- mingsg Stephanie Dartg Billy Dillardg Harold Dillow. ROW 3: Max Dunng James Fewellg Thomas Foleyg Nola Fowlerg James Geeg Martha Gigerg Margaret Harding Betty Haynesg Beverley Hiattg Crosby Houston, ROW 4: Del Jacksong Jane Johnsong Joe JonesgFaye Legang David Lewis: Eugene Lewisg Bill Manng Margaret Mardisg Sarah McClaing Nancy McGinnis, ROW 5: Carolyn McMillang Dick McMillang Sharon Meekg Bob Mitchellg Dan Mitchellg Marshall Mitchellg Norma Mitchellg Ronald Montgomeryg Leo Morrisg Leon Morris, ROW 6: Dick Neitzelg David Parisg Josephine Park: William Parrottg Joan Partenheimerg Betty Patterson: John Pe- gramg Don Pelleyg Bob Rairdong Betty Ray, ROW 7: Ethel Reag John Recordsg Elizabeth Rector: Joan Rhudeg James Ritteg Pansy RobbinsgDelores Robertsg Sandra Scottg Clement Sheplrerdg Fanny Short. . ROW 8: Leona Sievertsong Phyllis Sissong Betty Smithg Charlotte Sniderg Susan Snider: Charles Snyderg Roy Sosbeg Joan Spahrg Katie Starlingg Thelma Steinfeldt. ROW 9: Ray Stiverg Joyce Thomasg Kenneth Townsendg Ginnie Vandivierg Carolyn Wa1tersgJoan Waltzg Don Webbg Marcia Whitstine. ROW 10: Don Willeyg Claud Woodg Katherine Wrightg Mary Lou Wright, i 2 I if X7 .mf X ,f HW 5.3 , -gg, .1 N. f ? E , Q ,. A ,X I p., k nv r. if Nx V 'iq ,, f-1-if' ,af x F . Q3 551, 1 K .JI G JET? f vi K f N x ' ff. .. 1' 5, f v 6 ' -LA Q . X -1? V, s' A-'rifii-'ily L gb Q' 33 ir ., fl ,X xhfwfe M :Ek I K. . ,Q .' .MJ , ,Wim - Tc! . 5 if , 3 'ir .sv ESV. ? , 5' .Sf 34. , f,fQ.f ,5 5 ., vi 'F fx 1 5 .4 vig- A-lw' , 1 A V A. ,' ,J X ' -. 5- - N- .,:1,j-1 .A ' h , 1 5 -svqgiap N. -4-':'.'.1 5' 'a'QE"" , ., QQ M X .. Q. 'Vi .Q W wb ., ,X , 35 ' ,-1 , , X , ' . - x I ' ' 14 v ,Q',g..,AQJ 2 A Q - . A J . T- ,.., 5-11" ' 5.5.2 4eQ Qf .?'2f2TETf3 SL , A 'QR' km ,- vi gf? Q .T 1' 4 ..-.szr-'.Q-.:f J 2 N .wx .. as fa. 'Q' .. .. ew Q ., wh L, VT 1- .Q wif, X X i fy JZ? s.. . 553 Haag S I 394' l , 1113 s"'f'i' '37 A A 0, Jw..-f' , n "4g g ., A ' A - ' T f 5 333 LKLL . , , was A i X ,-v .N L .X-' , . - . - - K .4 .' Q56 A K Y.. k,z " - I 4: 5' V. -. A .. x iw XMI? e122 I " 429 Y.-wiv. 5: ,Q . . E Yr in :F I . 'sf X , W7 . Q.. ' 95,-QW, - ' Ie vu .- am, :ml Q7 1? 5? ,,, A .I a, 'Q' n.- '51 re W. ig: H K ,S-an W g' :x i 5 ,, K J, sf X - ,ff N v 3 5' ,Q ' ! M 'ii --v T Q Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row ovnomomrs J A Steve Suckovv Treas. , Phyllis Julian Vice Pres., Ronnie Ramsey Pres. and Barbara Fisher Sec. , NOT PICTURED. Alva Abbott, Roy Adams, John App, Dora Barger, Mary Alice Mowman, John Boyd, Stevie Bryant, Donald Campbell, Gerald Carvin, Ann Childs. Charles Clawson, Wilma Coffman, Virginia Coleman, Robert Cravens, Claude Croucher, Larry Duncan, Shirley Cuncan, Marianne Earl, June Elkins, Barbara Fisher. John Foist, Beverly Follick, Roger Gill, Phyllis Goodman, Charlene Graves, Evelyn Green, Norma Grooms, Shirley Grooms, Thomas Handley, Malinda Hardin. Loyce Harmon, Mary Etta Harmon, Shirley Harrell, Kathleen Harrison, Pat Hattabaugh, Judith Helm, Shirley Henderson, Loren Hendricks, Lowell Hendricks, Earnest Hill. Robert Hewell, Connie Hubbard, Wendell Johnson, Donald Jones, Phyllis Jullian, Alma Jo King, Bill Krause, Bob Lamphier, John Littell, Faye Matthews. Thomas McCoy. lim Mullikin, Dan Murray, Clarence Nalley. -Jim Nash, Connie Neese, Fred Perry, Donna Petro, Gloyd Peyton, Shirley Phillips. Shirley Pike, Ronald Ramsey, Connie Richardson, Ann Sanders, Barbara Scharbrough, Ronnie Scott, Bonnie Shepherd, Betty Short, Paul Sievertson, Imogene Smith. Joe Smith, Dale Steinfeldt, Martha Stephens, Archie Stit, Stephen Suckow, Jeanette Tappscott, Phillip Taylor, Bob Townsend, Dick Vandivier, Ileen Vinson. Donna Walters, Shirley Watson, Frank Weaver, Mike Weddle, Roberta Weekley, Judy Whetstine, Sally Winkler, Helen Wolfschlag, Charles Wood, Stewart Yount. 36 ,Vi 6.. tv. ff fs ,Lb . Li K A ,li V f 'Q E ..,: i 5 ,Qjg ,fr ' T lu' Af' Q I - 5,5 , "Q- - - Q I ' fg,,,,: - lx 3, 6 - l Q 'U L1 'I' Wg' ff" mqsl A I I ' I A I ,, , 6 , W -, , 15 5 Q --wg Eg! 3 N "5 I . 3 , h q ,.. X hh A f h h , . -:' .' . f A 'Q M ' . " Q A M- f L , 'ig zz. . K L h V, ' ' 4 5' 253212 h L -, ,.., my N- ' f . KI A 1' - y- K I ' . .,"AV i A W A: f Silfff. V, ' 1 Y ' A , , ' f I V Q ,, ' ' F' Q Q 3 . f A 5 J' 'Q , if ' 3,5 , L f 5 l , 1 'QI ,V ' - Ls ,X xn- K Q 59 T :-. . L,A K 'Q 5 h Q. .4 V ,, h J 2 1 H h W ' . - 1 A 4 37 FRESHME OFFICERS Carol Blackwell, President: Jack Wilkerson, Treas.: Patty Richardson, Secretary. ' PAGE 38 ROW 1: Bill Abbett, Fred Allen, John Allen, Patty Andrews, Donald Barr, Phyllis Beaman, John Biddinger, Francis Bingham, Barbara Black- well, Carol Blackwell, Joyce Blackwell. f ROW 2: Patty Blackwell, Judy Bland. Betty Boucher, Gordon Brown, James Brown, Jon Buchanan, Don Burch, Rosalind Burdsall, Larry Cap- J linger, Buel Carmen, Wanda Cheek. , ' PAGE 39 ROW 1: Donald Coffey, Marlin Cole, Leo Colin, Velma Combs, Dorothy Cox, Clyde Croucher, Marilyn Cummings, Jane Davis, Charlene DeCourcey, Jeanine Dell'Amore, Gilford Deputy. ROW 2: Robert Ellett, Mary Farr, Marsha Fergason, Nancy Fergason, Sue Fergason, Judy Fetterley, Thomas Fewell, Don- ald Foley, Sue Fowler, Guy Fulkerson, Richard Gee. ROW 3: Jack Gill, Clara Guthrie, Donna Harmon, Charles Hash, Wilson Hash, Nell Haynes, Ernest Hazelwood, Lebert , Hazelwood, Richard Hendricks, Gail Hiatt, Margaret Hicks. fi ROW 4: Betty Ho an, Bernice Hommel, John Ingle, Sharon Jackson, Donald Jewell, Carolyn Johnson, Joe Johnson, Ronald L. Johnson, Ronagi O. Johnson, Shirley Johnson, Kenneth Julian. ROW 5: Paul Kaiser, Allen Kennedy, Jane Kinkead, Phyllis Kinser, Ira Kulik, Lynn LaGrange, Janet Lanier, Edwin Legan, Karen Lemley, Bonnie Lewis, Larry Logan. t ROW 6: Carroll Long, Roger Lowe, Kenneth Mahoney, Robert Malone. Paul Mann, Boris Matthews, Jewett McGlockin, June McTarnsey, Sonia Meade, Nancy Meek, Jerry Miller. r. t .t ROW 7: Peggy Moore, Betty Morgan, Richard Murray, Opal Nalley, Wanda Nunn, Kathleen Oates, David Parish, Richard Parrott, Donna Pelley, Janice Peters. ROW 8: Phillip Pettit, Eulah Rains, Ralph Ramsey, Nathan Raney, Judy Raufeisen, Judy Records, Joy Reynolds, William Reynolds, Ben Richardson, Patty Richardson, Larry Roberts. . ROW 9: Carolyn Settles, Sue Shaffer, Mary Lou Shank, Melinda Simon, Barbara Smith, Donald Smith, Russell Smock, Becky Snider, Carolyn Spicer, George Stainbrook, Larry Roberts. ROW 10: Kathleen Sturgeon, Violaiafue, Gloria Terhune, Myrtle Trogdon, Lester VanCleave, John Venable, June Vest, Janet Walden, Doris Weaver, Nancy ebb, Charles Wheeler. g ROW 11: Dick Whitaker, Harlan Whitaker, Jack Wilkerson, Sue Willey, James Williams, Stephan Williams, Robert Woods, ' Karen Wray, Mary Yount, Sam Yount. f 175 P gif T i v i .17 1 ' Q Y ' ' ' ' V J .1 .i, A a s ,l K 1 ' 1 itt. B y .ff xl i f t..sf C ij f Y Q Fa '2' -'fi for i Qi fl K J 33 ,s Y sb ax L . , .B 5 , ig I I X . -. 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Y EIGIITH GR DE ' OFFICERS: President, Frank Friedersdorf: Vice President, Patty Krause: Secretary, Sue Ellen Ragsdale: Treasurer, Alan Demaree. ROW 1: Andrew Archer: Harold Baker: Alice Barger: Donald Barrow: Warren Beeler: Bernice Blackwell: David Blackwell: Reggie Brewer: James Bryant: Bill Bunne l: Warren Burris. ROW 2: Robert Buster: Alice Campbell: Bill Cantwell: Nancy Chandler: Ronnie Chandler: Sharon Cisco: Junior Coffman: Larry Coffman: Hilda Barkley: Billy Cox: Eddie Darrough, " ROW 3: Robert Deckard: Betty Decker: Alan Demaree: Jack Dunn: Robert Etter: Roger Faulkner: Ronnie Fentz: Billy Follick: Robert Foster: Clarstine French: Frank Friedersdorf, ROW 4: Perry Furgason: Mike Gallagher: Harry Garlock: Helen Garrett: Eddie Gearhart: Russell Gibson: Johnnie Graham: Elizabeth Green: Carol Grepp: Richard' Harmon: Elva Harris, ROW 5: 'John Helm: Edna Hogan: Alan Homaday: Judy Houghland: Stuart Houston: Paul Hughey: Helen Hundley: Larry Jacobs: Richard Jones: Marshall Kaserman: Patty Krause, ROW 6: Charles Lawson: Frank Lewis: Patty Lewis: Richard Lewis: Robert Malone: Joyce Mann: Joel Markey: Max- ine Mason: Jack Matthews: Doris McClain: Jon McClelland. ROW 7: Alan Michaels: Janice Miller: Tonya Mitchell: Alethia Morgan: Charles Norton: Patty Oates: Anita Phil- lips: Ruth Pickerel: Gene Prosser: Jerry Prosser: Gerald Purdy. ROW 8: Ronald Quick: Sue Ellen Ragsdaleg Jane Rains: Jim Richardson: Major Roy:Janice Ruddick: John Rueff: Jane Russell: Jack Samuels: Robert Sande ur: Charles Sanders. ROW 9: Florence Sanders: Carolyn Sego: Ann Smith: Jesse Smith: Sue Smith: Cecil Stiver: Cecile Stiver: Tom Vest: Jeanie Waggener. ROW 10: Leonard Wagerman: Marlene Whetstine: Diana White: Norman Willey: Dee Williams: Jerry Wood, 40 us' Q ..'!' 5 v Y A' 'Q f' ig-.1 3 Y' 'fs Q- . '81 .-.siisg -2,5 f-V5.4 .wEi'2fr E '- -f ' 5 T w . ' K' H- ,I , I .ffl If 1 3 4- , g ' fl 5 g q,j1'Q , ., ' A , . . 5 K . g'?': ', 'U i f' fx +34 ai,1 Q ,M af f?-1 .- ' 'f ,,. ,K 4 , WP: irvgi "ff-.D"1:' :inns 17,1 gf. I . I , 4. , F .wi fi: r X qi i f 4' . K J 4 A . - AL 3 Q9 . '5 E 'Q' S 14 .. W 25- 1' f ? 9 'lsh . -- ' I 1 . Ji. ,, .H 'f ag . W A i f'4 1,g f f . if 2 ji g' W ii U mi J 2 .ff in 'vw ,ij .Wg if RE! in O I k fi ' Q1 ld X 1 14' 1' ,i. 41 QB is 2 , vu Y I, . :p:. ,.. . .fh','1 ' Aa SQ 'S' 2, I - Slavs 'rn GRADE OFFICERS: President, Alan Winslow: Vice President, Sarah Lee LaGrange Treasurer, John Eric Edmundson: Secretary, Kay Lucas, ROW 1: Joyce Alexander, Mary Louise Ballard, Mary Catherine Betts, Bob Blackwell, Diana Blackwell, Lennis Buchanan, Jimmy Cantwell, Billy Chelf, Elizabeth Cisco, David Clark. ROW 2: Larry Clark, Doris Coffey, Gail Coffman, Donald Cox, Dorothy Cox, John Crafton, Billy Decker, Jane Demaree, Bobby Dunn, Geraldine Dunn, ROW 3: Micheal Dunn, John Edmundson, Mary Lue Evans, Reatha Fitzgerald, Richard Foley, Fred Foster, Sharlene French, Pat Gallagher, John Golden, Walter Golden, ROW 4: Eugene Goodman, Judith Goodman, Linda Goodman, Mark Graham, Oral Haggard, Emest Hale, Ann Haymaker, James Helm, Arm Heminger, Thomas Holtz. ROW 5: Delores Houchin, Doris Houchin, Scott Howell, Kay Ingle, Ronald Jewell, Paul Jones, Walter Kemp, Sara LaGrange, Nancy Legan, Kay Lucas. A' ROW 6: Lyn Manion, Dickie McNew, Dianne McTarsney, Sally Mitchell, Jeannie Montgomery, Virginia Neese, Larry Neville, Bill O'Sullivan, Bob O'Sullivan, Gail Parsley. ROW 7: Cliffton Payton, Phyllis Payton, Linda Pike, Robert' Reed, Frances Richardson, Sharon Ritter, Mark Rogers, Linda Sandefur, Robert Seitz, Susan Seward, ROW 8: Billie Sheckles, Mary Ruth Shockney, Nancy'Sims, Frances Smith, Jack Smith, Joanna Smith, Phyllis Smith, Beatrice VanCleave, Jimmie Van ,Vleet, Lois Vinson, ROW 9: Janice Waggerman, Dianna Welden, Priscilla Wales, Phillip Walters, Phyllis Watson, Stephen Weaver, Charles Webb, John Whitaker, Kenneth Wilhite, Thomas Winkler, ROW 10: Alan Winslow, George Wood, Betty Woodworth, Richard Wray, Verlin Wray, P 42 .1 qi " f- 39 slQ g ,411 -- . , ,ff ' - . ' RQ, , 3. -A L. ,, , W , - nAKX Al H W , A H. 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M Fi? - 1- .-x, , , R . QB t I' 44' 5 M , -3- Q Ig? .,'a?w ,ffw , , as Q lu gay fer: Q img: ' Sw fx: K 7' 5' A W, w E- X W Qiqiyffwfivw' Q9-4 312 5214557 fl i X Q ax- 2 K Q- -mf ., ,, - 8 . 4' HI-Y 5 f "' ' ' f Q w H ff -fr ROW l: Tom Scott, Tom Kerlin, Art Turner, Mr. Spaulding. ROW 2: Ed Scott, Bill Dillard, Max Dunn, Charles Snyder. ROW 3: Eddie Catt, Stanley Montgomery, Jim Cooley, Melvin Smith, Dan Fetterly, Dan Mitchell. ROW 4: Junior Buster, Donald Dunn, Phillip Hughey, Marvin Beaman, Dell Jackson, Leo Morris, Keith Heiney, Richard VanCleave, Bill Wheeler, David Lewis, Dick Sefton. ROW 5: Leon Morris, Walter Smith, Ronnie Montgomery, Joe Jones, Larry Lee. ROW 6: Bill Mann, Clive Lewis, Dick Coffey, Eugene Lewis, Ralph Bellamy. ROW '7: Robert Cummings, John McClain, John Records, Jim Lawson, Crosby Houston. The Hi-Y, under the new sponsorshi of Mr. Spaulding, participated in many activities this year. To finance their projects, they sold concessions at the football games, salt water taffey in Nov. , ties in Dec. , and sponsored a mixer. Among their services to the school and the community, the club acted as ushers for open house, sponsored the Grizzly Cub Dance, a convocation and a talent show, shovelled snow off the walks of invalids, and donated to both the Star Christmas Fund and the March of Dimes. In the winter the club formed a basket-ball team. In Feb. , the Hi-Y team played the faculty, the proceeds tgoing to the March of Dimes. The Hi-Y also donated to the Y.M. C.A. World Services project. During the year e club had many interesting and imformative programs. The pro- grams included, J. Ben Duff, State Y.M.C.A. Secy.: an exchange student from Holland, ministers and motion pictures. The Hi-Y sponsored a convocation, by Dr. Thurman Rice, a state health officer. Last summer the club sent four officers to camp where the club received honorable mention in the state. The officers of the l-li-Y are, Art Turner, Pres.: Richard Van Cleave, V. Pres: Tom Kerlin, Treas.: and Melvin Smith, Secy. , Tom Scott Sgt. At Arms, Keith Heiney, Chaplain, Dan Fetterly, Historian. '46 TRI-Ill-Y g ROW 1. Loretta Kellams, Norma Stark, Joyce Harrison, Miss Stephan, Bebe Wilson, Judy Babcock, Arlene Rhodes. ROW 2. Cathie Wright, Carole Neese. ROW 3. Ethel Rae, Charlotte Snider, Norma Mitchell. ROW 4. Ann Mitchell. Nancy Jones, Carole Barger, Connie Fricker, Cecelia Ambs. J - ROW 5 Jane Johnson, Zelta Fulkerson, Nola Fowler, Betty Haynes, Sylvia Wheet, Elizabeth Rector, Mary Wright, Sue ROW 6 ROW '7 Snider, Joan Partenheimer. Janice Deputy, Jannifer Buchanan, Gwendolyn Allen, Barbara Coffman, Barbara Coleman, Edith Vance, Wilma Brown, Sandra Scott, Betty Smith, Annette Petro, Joan Waltz. Marglaret Hardin, Carolyn McMillian, Faye Legan, Sue Perkins, Stephanie Dart, Joyce Thomas, Florence Walters, Sara McClain, Carolyn Burdsall, Pat Lemons, Alice Catt, Margaret Rice. Tri-Hi-Y is one of the most outstanding clubs in our school. It is made up of junior and senior girls who have main- tained a C-plus average throughout the four years of high school. This year the club boasts Efty-three members. The pur- pose of the club is to perform services in the school, community, and the world. Sponsored by Miss Dorothy Stephan, the Franklin club has been the most outstanding in the state and was awarded the Jane Williams Insley plaque for the fourth time at the summer trainin camp. Some of the services performed this year were: selling salt water taffy, proceeds oing to a local familyg caroiing at Christmas for shut-insg sponsoring get-acquainted day, devotions on the P. A. System, gourtesy Week. and the polio fund drive in the hi h school, clothing sent to the Korean people, baby sitting on Election day and many other worthwhile services. For her hours of service and leadership, the club presented the president, Bebe Wilson, the jeweled Tri-Hi-Y pin. At their annual "SweetheartMixer." Dicksefton was crowned Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart King The officers besides the president are vice-president, Judy Babcock, secretary, Arlene Rhodes, treasurer, Norma Starkg chap- lain, Joyce Harrison, and historian, Loretta Kellams. 47 STUDE T C UNCIL ROW 1: Bill Mann, Ginny Vandivier, Annette Petro, Dan Fetterly. ROW 2: Bebe Wilson, Caryoll Atwood, Phyllis Julian, Nancy Legan, Carol Grepp. ROW 3: Art Turner, I im Lawson, Stephanie Dart, Faye Legan, Nell Rose Haynes, Carol Blackwell. ROW 4: John Records, Ralaph Bellamy, Ronnie Ramsey. STANDING: Miss Couch, Alan Winslow, Mike Gallagher, Leo Colin, Norman Willey. The Student Council of Franklin High School played a vital part in the activities of the school. At the begin- ning of the year, the Council passed judgment on the petitions and constitutions of all the school organizations. Ear y in the year the Council also set the dates for all the school functions and established rules governing them. The next project of the Council, was the sponsorship of the annual Halloween Dance. The first part of the dance consisted of a camival: the second of a dance, honoring the 1952 Football team. Esther Ramsey was crowned Foot- ball Queen by capt. Tom Scott. At Christmas time they collected baskets of food of the United Charities. At various times throu hout theyear the Councilg bought new records for the school mixers, assisted in the selection of the first and secondg team yell leaders, cleaned the athletic trophies in the trophy case, sent delegates to the state StudentCounci1 Convention and repaired the flag in the gym. The officers of the Council are: Dan Fetterley, Pres.: Annette Petro, V. Pres.: Bill Mann, Treas.: and Virginia Vandivier, Sec. Miss Couch sponsored the group. 48 msn cnuss ROW 1: Sharon Ritter, Sharon Cisco, Florance Sanders, Lynn LaGrange, Dan Fetterly, Nanci Jones, Margaret Rice, Tom Scott, Ethel Rea, Doris Kennedy. ROW 2: Barbara Blackwell, Sharon Jackson, Barbara Scharbrough, Connie Hubbard, Judy Records, Ann Childs, Carol Barger, Connie Fricker, Nola Fowler, Betty Smith, Miss'Ott. ROW 3: John Edmondson, Mark Graham, Jon McClelland, Larry Caplinger, Richard Hendricks, Sam Yount, Carolyn Burdsall, Arlene Rhodes, Carolyn Walters, Margaret Mardis. ROW 4: Donald Dunn, Tom Kerlin, Phillip Pettit, Phillip Hughey, John Records, Dan Murray, Ronnie Montgomery, Ronnie Ramsey, Bill Wheeler, Stewart Yount, Leon Morris, Ralph Bellamy, Dick Sefton. The Junior Red Cross Council of Franklin High School was unusually active this year. During the year the Council participated in many projects, international, national, and local in scope. In the school the Council sponsored the annual Roll Call in November, the Christmas Tree Dance, Gift Boxes in February, and a hay ride in the spring. To aid the Senior Red Cross, our Council organized a Speaker's Bureau of Council members and speech students, who spoke to the different clubs in town on the activities of Junior Red Cross. The Council also did many things for the soldiers of Camfp Atterbury, especially those in the hospitals. They made wall decorations, hot water bottle covers, and other items or the hospital, and contributed to a Christmas party and an Easter party for their projects, they sold concessions at the Sectional Tourney. The Council held its meetings the first Monday in each month in the Home Ec. room. The meetings were usually preceded by a pitch-in supper, The council was led by Nanci Jones, Pres.: Dan Fetterley, Vice Pres.: Tom Scott, Treas. 3 and Margaret Rice, Sec.g and was sponsored by Miss Ott. 49 -My y yy F.ll.A. ROW 1: Alice Colin: Mary Frazier: Annette Penro: Doris Kennedy: Barbara Coffman: Esther Ramsey, ROW 2: Sue Perkins: Eva Beard: Arlene Rhodes: Joyce Harrison: Sylvia Wheet: Caryoll Atwood: Miss Ott. ROW 3: Barbara Carlisle: Norma Mitchell: Zelta Fulkerson: Phyllis Sisson:Alice Catt: Mary Allred: Joan Waltz: Carolyn Burdsall: Ioan Parrenheimer: Elizabeth Rector: Marica Whetsrine: Nola Fowler, F.F. . KNEELING: Frank Weaver: Merrill Smith: David Paris: Eddie Cart: Kenneth Townsend, STANDING: Clyde Croucher: Wilson Hash: Ernest Hazelwood: Charles Hash: Stevie Williams: Larry Duncan: Lebert Hazelwood: Ralph Ramsey: Guy Fulkerson: Jack Gill: Joe Smith: Paul Sievertsong Ronnie Ramsey: Jerry Carving Marvin Beaman: Claude Croucher: Mr. VanCleave. 50 ROW 1: Kathy Wrightg Sue Allestetterg Ethel Rae, ROW 2: Janice Perryg Martha Segog Janice Deputyg Carole Neeseg Delores Robertsg ROW 3: Joan Spahrg Fanny Short: Pat Lemonsg Connie Frickerg Doris Kennedy, ROW 4: Leona Sievertsong Gwendolen Alleng Barbara Coffman, ST ANDING: Thelma Stienfeldtg Edith Vanceg Betty PattersongBarbara Colemang Margaret Harding Esther Ramseyg Arlene Rhodesg Nancy McGinnis: Cathy Starlingg Josephine Parks: Martha Giger. . '. CLUB SEATED: Zelta Fulkersong Betty Gayle Waltersg Edith Vanceg Ethel Reag Gwendolyn Allen: Tom Kerling Barbara Coffrnang Janice Perryg Alice Colin, STANDING: Larry McGill: Dick McMilling Mr, Spauldingg Walter Smithg Bill McDonald. IH LATIN CLUB ROW 1: Malinda Harding Judy Fetterleyg Connie Richardsong Shirley Duncang Melvin Smithg Pat Lemonsg Mrs, Millerg Charlene Gravesg Dan Murrayg Don Jonesg Ginnie Vandivierg Sandra Scottg Ann Sandersg Cathy Wri ht, ROW 2: Lynn LaGrangeg Betty Pattersong Judy Recordsg Carolyn Waltersg Lowell I-lendricksg Marshall Mitciellg Cecilia Ambsg John Foistg Steve Suckowg Karen Lemleyg Loyce Harmony Faye Legang Susan Snider, J SPANISH L B ROW 1: Mrs, Matthewsg Norma Starkg Joan Partenheimerg Judy Raufeiseng Jim Nash: Jane Johnsong Melvin Smithg David Lewisg Janifer Buchanang Betty Smithg Martha Segog Dick Campbell: Max Dunn, ROW 2: Margaret Riceg Annette Petrog Mary Ann Early Pat Hattabaughg Imogene Smithg Anne Mitchellg Carole Jacobsg K Archie Stittg Dick Coffeyg Jim Acher, ROW 3: Clive Lewisg Dick Seftong Barbara Carlisleg Carole Neeseg Sue Sniderg Joyce I-larrisong Connie Frickerg Margaret Mardisg Esther Ramseyg Charlotte Ballardg Jim Cooleyg Ralph Bellamyg Tom Kerling Bill Dillard. 52 G.A.A. ROW 1: Nancy Meek: Betty Walters: Margaret Mardisg Anne Mitchellg Judy Babcockg Sharon Meek: Shirley Pikeg Nanci Jonesg Kathy Wright, ROW 2: Malinda Harding Sue Wil1eygJanifer Buchanang Donna Waltersg Jane Stubbemang Jane Davisg Beverly Follickg Mary Lou Wrightg Judy Fetterlyg Ann Sanders: Cecelia Ambsg Sharon Jackson. ROW 3: Annette Petrog Frances Short: Barbara Colemang Judy Bland: Connie Richardsong Patty Andrewsg Lynn LaGrangeg Doris Bargerg Helen Wolfschlagg Stephanie Dartg Ginnie Vandivierg Kathy Oates, ROW 4: Esther Ramseyg Mary Ann Early Charlene DeCourceyg Betty Pattersong Nancy Webbg Karen Lemleyg Jancie De- putyg Bebe Wilsong Margaret Riceg Judy Recordsg Loretta Kellamsg Alice Jane Catt. um: nv Lug: SEATED: Ginnie Vandivierg Annette Petrog Stephanie Dartg Sharon Meek, STANDING: Pat Lemonsg Mary Jane Stubbemang Jane Johnson: Shirley Hendersong Barbara Scharboughg Cecilia Ambs Barbara Colemang Alice Jane Cattg Kathy Wright: Miss Kelly. 53 STUDENT DIRECTOR: Keith Heiney. CLARINET: Harry Garlock: John Allen: Ronnie Fentz: David Parish: Dan Fetterley: Larry Coffman: Jane Demaree: Elizabeth Cisco: Mary Lou Ballard: Larry Clark. CORNET: Roger Gill: Robert Lamphier: Paul Hughey: Andy Acher: John Ingle: John Edmondson: Robert Foster: Walter Kemp:Mark Rogers: John Rueff: James Brown: John Biddinger. HORN: Boris Matthews: Joan Waltz: Cecil Stiver:PERCUSSION: Mary Lou Wright: Lennie Buchanan: John Helm: Tommy Vest: Billy Cantwell: June Vest: FLUTES: James Helm: Ann Hemin er. SAXOPHONE: Wendell Johnson: Richard McNew: John McClelland: Gail Parsley: Mike Gallagher: John Buchanan: Esdie Gearhearr. TROMBONE: Robert Townsend: Keith Heiney: John Nash: Donald Barrow: Ray Stiver: Donald Coffey: Joe Johnson: Carolyn Walters. BARITONE: James Nash: Alan Winslow: Michael Weddle. SOUSAPHONE: Philip Hughey: Ronald L. Johnson: Steve Bryant: Stewart Houston. .Ee 4 TWIRLERS: Doris Kennedy: Virginia Coleman: Judy Bland: Nola Fowler: Jane Kinkead. 54 HIJIR a ROW ROW ROW ROW Malinda Hardin, Ann Childs, Betty Smith, Cecilia Ambs, Carol Jacobs, Mr. Isley, Carolyn Walters, Helen Wolfschlag, Betty Walters, Roberta Weekly, Connie Fricker, Kathy Wright, Carole Neese. Pat Hatta augh, Barbara Scharbrongh, Ann Sanders, Sylvia Wheet, Janice Perry, Norma Stark, Charlene Graves, Joyce Harrison, Jane Johnson, Sharon Meek, Sue Alstetter, Charlotte Ballard, Archie Stitt. Jim Nash, Max Dunn, Art Tumer, Eddie Catt, Ronnie Montgomery, Ginny Vandiver, Alice Jane Catt, Bebe Wilson, Margaret Rice, Carolyn McMillian, Barbara Fisher, Arlene Rhodes, Pat Lemons, Joyce Thomas, Loyce Harmon, Mary Allred, Clement Shephard. Loren Hendricks, Don Jones, Steve Suckow, Joe Jones, Harley Baxter, Lowell Hendricks, John Records, Raymond Featherngill, Dick Van Cleave, John McClain, John Foist, Dick Coffey, Fay Matthews, Ralph Bellamy. lim Cooley, Bob Townsend, Mike Weddle, Melvin Smith, Melvin Davis. J TRIO OCTET DR ATI S CLUB ROW 1: Esther Ramseyg Carole Jacobsg Miss Couchg Janice Deputyg Anne Mitchell. ROW 2: Virginia Vandivierg Carole Neesep Nancylvieekg Malinda Harding Connie Frickerg Kathrine Wrightg Barbara Coleman. ROW 3: Judy Helmg Anne Sanders: Patty I-Iattabaughg Jim Cooley: Sharon Meekg Ianifer Buchanang Donna Walters. ROW 4: Marianne Early Annette Petrog Carolyn McMilling Loretta Kellamsg Judy Babcockg Fanny Shortg Pat Lemonsg Stephanie Dart: Beverly Follickg Alice Carr. ROW 5: Margaret Riceg Carolyn Waltersg Ray Featherngillg John Recordsg John McClaing Marshall Mitchellg Dick Coffeyg Bebe Wilsong Loyce Harmon. IIONART CLUB SEATED: Stephanie Dart: Barbara Scharbroughg Barbara Colemang Mrs. Pruitt. STANDlNG:J0yce Thomasg Marvin Beamang RalphBellamyg Dick VanCleaveg NancyMcGinnisg Sally Winklerg Loyce Harmony Charlene Gravesg Imogene Smithg Janifer Buchanang Sandra Scottg Patty Burris. TIIESPIANS ROW 1: Carole Neeseg Miss Couch ROW 2: Malinda Harding Nanci Jones ROW 3: Connie Frickerg Stephanie Dart ROW 4: Pat Lemons: Loretta Kellams ROW 5: Judy Babcockg Florence Walters "Room for One More" 4,1 ON, ROW 6: John McC1aing Bebe Wilsong Loyce Harrnong ,Keith Heineyg Mariaret Rice: Carole Jaco sgRay Feafherngill ELECTRO ROW 1. Ronnie Mont omery: Carolyn Walters: Cecelia Ambs: John Records: Miss Kelly: Betty Smith: Jim Coo1ey:Caro1e Jacobs: Caroge Neese. ROW 2. Kathy Wright: Patty Krause: Judy FetterlY: Judy Jo Hougland: Sharon Meek: Sandra Scott: Charlotte Ballard: Connie Richardson: Patty Andrews: Lynn LaGrange: Barbara Coleman: Patty Oates. ROW 3. Connie Fricker: Stephanie Dart: Ginny Vandivier: Loyce Harmon: Loretta Kellamsg Judy Records: Arlene Rhodes: Carolyn McMillin: Jane Johnson: Myrtle Trogdon: Janet Walden. ROW 4. Donna Walters: Richard Hendricks: Dan Fetterly: Tom Handley: Jim Lawson: John McClain: Stephan Suckow: Dowell Hendricks: Larry Lee: Charlene Graves. Each issue of the ELECTRON this year has been a fine paper. due to the efforts of the talented and hard -working staff and reporters: and the special six-page Christmas and Sectional issues were a big success with F. H. S. students. The editor-in-chief was Betty Smith, and the assistant editor was Jolm Records. Cecilia Ambs was feature editor, while Ronnie Montgomery was sports editor and Carolyn Walters was exchange editor. The business manager was Jim Cooley. with Sarah McClain serving as assistant business manager. At their annual party at the end of the year, the Electron staff initiated the new staff. KITES ESM' ROW 1: Judy Babcock, Ann Mitchell, Nanci Jones, Annette Petro, Sue Perkins, Zelta Fulkerson, Carol Barger ROW 2: Larru Lee, Don Risinger, Tomm Kerlin, Ed Scott, Don Dunn, Bill Wheeler. ROW 3: Phillip Hughey, Clive Lewis, Larry McGill, Jim Lawson. an TE TE yy FIRST ROW ' John Records I ohn Regrarn W 59 SECOND ROW Annette Petro Jim Cooley Stephanie Dart SECOND TEAM CHEER LEADERS Nancy Meek Caryoll Atwood Sharon Meek Janice Perry Ann Sanders YELL LE DER FIRST TEAM CHEER LEADERS Jerry Carvin Annette Petro Sharon Jackson Cecilia Ambs Arlene Rhodes U10--1l'll'I-ll? p SX cf-gy J 1 l , 1 . x . 1 'sw' - . ' Q ,V ik! 0 ' Big First High ives f.ul1S Qpenrurfiiwjk 4rf0,jfiQ,g2 F 'fl' a"'G"Pe,f' ' law' will rl 'W' W 1 f r u um I IVE: 6, no Pax: Conletellie r G-fm, '0 524 0' Qwwmf m Qmrwm6. r 1 Q fu '14 Jbllj' 1 gobxnerrer in T0 El3?r'Q'r. "1-Q 914, Q ,' f Q g 5 Hffflnki. ' W no gap' 4 0,736 or 5 Robinerr :mil x1'i?li'9S5rvtLNilxfox1l1Qm3xx A ,GZTSSQQTG B. h WV uh diff-3FRefurns . A . - A Clvgxmfxigx Ag:kY4T,iE'Exf.r1linalL1oU S 1. Q 1 Q Q32 1:0 SS Qt' fo5S,,5eC0,,'Z"'h' ffnitfrf, cubs I-Use e1ra4:f S gb N f Q5 err: wx confer T' f me 41' A ' . C9 V' r3'fuw?,'Qff,,, in 1 1 1 N 'il 514912 ' V 5' QM if cf ',.'-ff' - .1 6 tb 1 ,, ,A Kimi' 96530 ES' 'A 9' YfYi9sjQk71f1 ,'f'ffi?Qf?5bE 0 -QT 3.231 3 'P' 4, xg Q, J' P 5 ZEIELX . X,f" 'ibjoyo 3-2,g2gfofCQijQ 1 W93.i'5f 'lf' if 3-' 4-SAQWMQV ff 9:90 fi? " Q 1 Q uf, A Q'q'wY1 D 5 " 1 'fl 3' ' KA ' 0 9 ,Q f. 4 fic' gg, " Q e -Q :nf 3'fgf? X"'61fPg, 5111133 can 0 QQ 2: 990' .1 1,3 Qu 1 -'Bog M Q Qeib., Rr ,i "1 :Wil ream 01113 f- Y or X We 6 so Q: I-.E if -'Q 'dPlmu1:'ged Faffp 'N Q. ve ., :Q Q W .P 'Stggqs-5Si's9iQ. Ox XV' 0 SNP Frankhn Frankhn Frankhn Franklm Frankhn Frankhn Franklm Frankhn Frankhn F"0OTBAL 13 13 14 '7 7 13 '7 28 7 QQ.: I. 1952 Schedule Sulllvan 25 Rushvxlle 0 Shelbyville 6 . . Southport 19 . . Connersville 13 .. . ..Seymour O . . .Greensburg 19 . .Lawrence Cenual . . Columbus 12 Ill gravel ', FIRST ROW . SECOND ROW. THIRD ROW. FOURTH ROW . Wendell Johnson. Jim Lawson, Tom Handley. Bill McDonald, Stan Montgomery, Buford VanCleave. Ken- neth Towsend, Leo Morris, Crosby Houston, John Foist. Harley Baxter. Mgr. Jim Acher, Delano Jackson. Bill Krause, Ralph Bellamy. Bob Johnson, Keith Heiney, Raymond Featherngill, Charles Woods, Ronnie Montgomery, Dan Mitchell, David Lewis, Jim Ritter, Mgr. Coach "Doc" Lash, Art Turner, Don Pelley. Clive Lewis, Tom Scott, Dick Coffey, Richard VanCleave Frank Weaver, Leon Morris. Tedtkobinette. Don Webb, Ronnie Ramsey, 'Doc Smith, Asst. Coach. Larry McGill, Jim Mullikin, Fay Matthews. Tom Foley, Lowell Hendricks, Ronnie Scott, Bob Lamphier Steve Bryant, Clement Shephard, Don Jones, Bill Dillard, Max Dunn, Harold Stinson, Asst. Coach. JESSE "DOC" LASH Head Coach HAROLD STIN SON Assistant Coach 63 L l 3 ,V L usu- Richard VanCleave Don Risinger Stanley Montgomeryf On August the 15, nearly forty football candidates reported for physicals to open the Cubs football season. With the problem of who would replace the seven graduated seniors from last year's team, Coach "Doc" Lash im- mediately began to put his team to work in search of new players. However, it didn't take long to find out that this year Franklin would be knee deep with material. Ted Robinette, who recently moved here from Germanyg played RH: Dick Coffey a converted end to halfbackg "Burrowing" Buford VanCleave, the Cubs fullbackg Captain Tom Scott, QBg Don Risinger. Bill Krause, and Ralph Bellamy supplied the thrills for Franklitrshigh-stepping back- field. The Cubs hard hitting Line composed of Kieth Heiney at centerg Leon Morris, Del Jackson, and Art Turner at guardsg Dick VanCleave, Clive Lewis, Don Pelley, and Bob Johnson at tacklesg Stan Montgomery and Ray Feathern- gill at ends. These boys with the help of "Doc" Jesse Lash and Asst. coach Harold Stinson, collaborated to produce the following results: On Sept. the fifth Franklin opened its season with a non conference tilt with Sullivan. The down staters took advantage of the Cubs first game jitters and scored three TDs in the first half. Franklin was unable to move until the fourth period when Buford VanCleave, the Cubs fullback scored two TDs. But Franklin's spark came too late as Sullivan won 25 to 13. Tom Scott Raymond Featherngill Ted R0bir1ette cg.... ', - 2 - S 4 Q 1 Buford VanCleave Clive Lewis Art Turner The following Friday Franklin entered conference competition by opening with Rushville. Neither team was able to crack the other's defense during the first half, but the Cubs' backfield, led by Ted Robinette, scored twice in the second half. The result was the Cubs' first SCC win: Franklin 13. Rushville 0. During the next five weeks, Franklin played five consecutive conference foes. The results were both good and bad. On Sept. 19 Franklin remained in the winning column by an impressive win over Shelbyville, 14 to 6, but on the following Friday lost to the Southport Cardinals, 19 to 7. On Oct. 3 the Cubs lost a heart-breaker to the conference leaders. the Connersville Spartans, 13 to 'lg how- ever, the following week, the Cubs made up for it by downing the Seymour Owls, 14 to 0. resulting in their third conference win. Franklin closed its season by playing their last three games at home. In the first of these, Franklin was upset by Greensvurg. 19 to '7. However, the following Tuesday Franklin played their best game of the season, defeating Lawrence Central, 28 to 13. Franklin finished their season by playing host to their old conference rivals, the Columbus Bulldogs, on Oct. 28. The much-favored Bulldogs ran into plenty of trouble before they were able to take home a 12 to '7 victory. The Cubs gave Columbus a real scare when they marched to the Bulldogs' one-foot line. but were unable to score as the game ended. The Cubs' season was climaxed by the annual Lions Club Football Banquet where the senior' awards were pre- sented. Tom Scott was awarded the Sportsmanship Trophy. and Leon Morris was chosen Captain for the coming year. Bob Johnson Keith Heiney Dick Coffey 'Z . -0 .-4 J 4 in elf I rf F 'ffsrff , k M I Q5 'za 4 1:1 133 ' 3: gn rr - VARSITY SCHEDULE Franklin 43 Southport Franklin 54 Columbus Franklin 44 Seymour Franklin 45 Howe '15 Franklin 39 Shelbyville V Franklin 32 Lebanon Q Franklin 59 Columbus T Franklin 52 North Vernon ' in Franklin 59 Crawfordsville A .175 Qgjq ranklin 57 Madison -9' 35., min 57 washmgwn X. 5' :P klin 53 County Champs nklin 58 Dec. Central Franklin 53 Greensburg ' - Franklin 39 Rushville Franklin 40 Martinsville ' Franklin 57 Connersville Franklin 40 Shelbyville Q 3 HOLIDAY TOURNEY E3 'E ' Franklin 56 University 'N Franklin 39 Columbus AJ SECTIONAL TOURNEY Franklin 64 Union Franklin 63 Edinburg Greenwood .xv X I hw,- .2 QI -Tgf Q1 ASICETB Ll. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM KNEELING: Max Dunn, Student Manager, Mr. Evans, Coach. STANDING: Larry Lee, Raymond Feat erngillg Tom Scott, Bob Cummingsg Frank Weaverg John Foistg Bill Mann, Eugene Lewis, Charles Woodg Don Risingerg Bill Wheeler. With the Football season in the past, all eyes are now turned towards the hardwood. Taking command for his third season, Coach Robert Evans immediately began to 'iron out" the rough spots and get the boys in condition for the rugged schedule ahead. Franklin, however, was to have a greatheight disadvantage which is always essential in the S. C. C. play. lt was not until later in the season, sparked by Captain Bill Wheeler, did they show the sign of the winning spirit which they had lacked earlier. Tom Scott, Bill Mann, Frank Weaver, Larry Lee, and Charlie Woods completed the rest ofthe quintet. Although their record is not to impressive, one can read between the lines and know that the Cubs played much better ball than the records might indicate. Each boy played hard with the desire to win, and all exhibited the type of sportsmanship which students, faculty, and fans can long be proud. 67 E ERVES FIRST ROW: Steve Suckow, Manager: Lowell Hendricks, Jewett McGlocklin, Mr Evans Coach Floyd Peyton John Boyd, Ronnie Scott, Manager. SECOND ROW: James Williams, Ronnie Montgomery, David Lewis, Sam Yount, Roy Adams Bob Lamphrer Franklin 27 .... , Franklin 27. . . . Franklin 25 ..... Franklin 22 .... Franklin 32 ..... Franklin 36 .... Franklin 37 ..... Franklin 36 ..... Franklin 34 ..... Franklin 40 ..... Franklin 34 ..... Franklin 40 ..... Franklin 34 ..... Franklin 48 ..... Franklin 20 ..... Franklin 33 ..... Franklin 25 ..... Franklin 26 ..... Southport 28 Columbus 32 Seymour 29 Howe 26 Shelbyville 37 Lebanon 31 Columbus 44 North Vernon 22 Crawfordsville 38 Madison 38 Washington 31 Whiteland 22 Decatur Central 25 Greensburg 34 Rushville 30 Martinsville 30 Connersville 33 Shelbyville 25 ASEB LL FIRST ROW. Larry Lee. John Parish, Bill Wheeler, Stan Montgomery, Charles Woods Dav1d Lewrs SECOND ROW., Ronnie Montgomery. John Boyd, Art Turner. Stewart Yount, John Forst Tom Jones THIRD ROW. Coach "Doc" Smith. Don Webb, Frank Weaver, Ray Feather-ngill, JohnMontgomery Drck Warner Harold Dillow. Tom Handley, Mgr. 1952 BASEBALL SCHEDULE FRANKLIN ........ 8 EDINBURG ....... 0 FRANKLIN ....... 11 EDINBURG ....... 1 FRANKLIN ....... 11 CENTER GROVE . . .1 FRANKLIN ........ 7 SOUTHPORT ..... 6 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN .......10 IIffIfI.4 SEYMOUR ...... .15 . 5 CONNERSVILLE. . . 10 . . . . . . . SHELBYVILLE.. . . .4 ......f GREENSBURG.....3 0 . O 22 MARTINSVILLE. . . COLUMBUS. . . . . . .7 70 1 Ronnie Charles Wood 'YJ ',,, 1 Bill Wheeler if We-.H Qcu Ray F rf eatherngill M J on e o11 e 3. 12 ee i U 22, ,S Ss e Harold Dillow Stanley Montgomery 71 1953 ii: Larry Lee GHH.' BASKETB LL SEATED: Sharon Jackson, Shirley Pike, Margaret Mardis , Beverly Follick, Connie Richardson, Karen Lemley H Ginnie Vandivier, Sharon Meek, Anne Sanders, Malinda Hardin. STANDING: Annette Petro, Esther Ramsey, Judy Records, Margaret Rice, Janice Deputy, Bebe,Wi1son, Judy Bab- , cock, Loretta Kellams, Nanci Jones, Anne Mitche 1, Helen Wolfschlag. GULF E r ROW 1: Tom Scott, Mr. Evans, John Foist, John Records. ROW 2: Dan Mitchell, Jim Lawson. 72 mn an ,. Ax K? 'W-m.,, wg in-Q5 xl f -I W 512 it r I Ns U1 PL ' 4 Q Q ,. , fx 3 Hi Q-ar P9 lv was x K' '-Q 3 ' f sbs i9.'yQ'?.:.':E,a-1E,i-'1wVfQ'3'ff 23' 2 ' .I-' . qvans -'Q :V ,rf Jin' ri--.g Xx- 2, X, rl S- 5:1- J, 'sa .A .I Q "fab z Q Q . 3541! 1' SD! 3.2 1 s YQ W Qs n we ,PJ-, 'K 1 'V' 5.11 ?" e W .. .Q 0'-Il QM gk, v p hw fm M! E 5 4.21 S !'9 X W Adi Q Haw' ' xg. - "' ff mf' E in W -Wup- K 2 1 s midi' .7 VIII! I A. 4 1 gipfg .gipfki f fi 15' '43, 2? f, 'B I . x .4 ,iw Ml if'lq.-. 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Tri-Hi-Y tapping services held in convocation. ELECTRON staff chooses new members. Game with Shelbyville. Tri-Hi-Y formal initiation held in Methodist Church. Game with Southport. First edition of the Electron issued. All-school play cast announced. Game with Connersville. Game with Seymour. Hi-Y informal initiation. Basketball practice begins with the announcement of the cheerleaders. Convocation with Professor and Mrs. Frank Ackermand describing 'The Highways and By- ways of Latin America." Dismissal of school for BIE Day. Game with Greensburg. Hi-Y formal initiation. Halloween Dance. Esther Ramsey crowned as queen. Indiana State Teachers' Institute. No school! Press Convention at the College. Grizzlies honored at Lions' Club Banquet. Students elect Republican slate in mock election. Presentation of the all-school play--ROOM FOR ONE MORE. Coach Heminger, as guest speaker during cheerleaders' convocation advocates GOOD SPORT- SMANSHIP! Open house held for parents and business men. Game with Southport. Kite Staff mixer, crowning Annette Petro and Bill Wheeler queen and king. Library Club hostesses at Book Week Tea. Loretta Kellams is choice of senior class and faculty for D. A. R. Award. Game with Seymour. Taffy pull enjoyed by Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y. Game with Howe. Game with Shelbyville. The Christmas Story given in tableaus bv the senior English class with band and choir accom paniment. Game with Lebanon. Christmas Tree Dance. Dr. L. B. Matthews speaks at Christmas convocation. Dismissal for Christmas vacation. Game with Columbus. Mavic shown to students at Artcraft Theater. School begins after extensive vacation. Game with North Vernon. Southland Quartet performed at convocation. Game with Crawfordsville. Game with Madison Cubs with the Baud sponsoring a mixer afterwards. Loss of one senior--due to mid-term graduation. Game with Washington. 82 Ian. Jan. Jan. Ian. Ian. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Apr . Apr. Apr. Apr . Apr. May May May May May June CA E DAR l952-l953 Beg-inning of second semester schedule and also beginning of Courtesy Week. Te evision brings Inauguration to F. H. S. students. Game with Whiteland, County Champs. Game with Decatur Central. G. A. A. sponsors Sock Hop. Game with Greensburg. Hi-Y vs. faculty in basketball, netting S43 for polio fund. Scholarship tests, beginning a new program. given. Game with Rushville. " Frou Page Frolic," ELECTRON mixer, crowning Tom Scott and Stephanie Dart as celebrities Teachers' Institute--vacation time. Game at Martinsville. Game with Connersville. Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart Mixer, crowning Dick Sefton 'Sweetheart King." Visit to the State Legislature by the juniors and seniors. Game with Shelbyvi le. Sadie Hawkins mixer, sponsored by the junior class. Sectional time once again, with Franklin drawing Union. Grizzly Cub Dance. Junior Class party. Spring vacation. Senior class party. Band contest. Career Day. Spring Concert by choir and hand. Sophomore class party. Senior play. Freshman class party. Junior Prom. Baccalaureate. Commencement. Graduation dance. 83 Abbett, William 38 -Abbott, Alva 37 Acher, Andrew 41 54 Acher, James 13 52 63 76 77 79 Adams, Roy 37 44 68 Allen, Fred 38 Allen, Gwendolyn 13 47 51 77 Allen, John 38 54 Allred, Mary 35 50 55 Allstetter, Sue 35 51 55 Ambs, Cecilia 34 35 47 52 53 55 58 60 75 76 77 78 79 80 Andrews, Pat 38 44 53 58 81 App, John 37 Atwood, Caryoll 13 48 50 60 76 81 Babcock, Judy 12 13 25 26 32 47 53 56 57 59 72 76 77 Baiby, Miss 7 Ba er, Harold 41 Ballard, Charlotte 35 52 55 58 76 Ballard, Mary Louise 43 54 Barclay, Hilda 41 Barger, Alice 41 Bar er, Carole 13 30 47 49 E9 Barger, Dora 37 53 Barr, Donald 38 Barrow, Donald 41 54 Baxter, Harley 35 55 63 Beaman, Marvin 35 46 50 56 Beaman, Phyllis 38 81 Beard, Eva 13 50 Beeler, Warren 41 Bellemy, Ralph 35 46 48 49 52 55 56 Betts, Mary Catherine 43 Biddinger, John 38 54 Bingham, Frances 38 I DEX Boyd, John 37 68 70 71 Brewer, Reggie 41 Coleman, Barbara, 35 47 51 53 56 58 77 Brown, Gor an 38 Brown, James 38 54 Brown, Wilma 35 47 Bryant, James 41 Bryant, Steve 37 54 63 Buchanan, Janifer 35 52 53 56 57 47 77 Buchanan, Jon 38 54 Buchanan, Lennie 43 54 Bunnell, Bill 41 Burch, Donald 38 Burdsall, Carolyn 35 47 49 50 77 Burdsall, Rosalyn 38 78 80 Burris, Patty 35 56 Burris, Warren 41 Buster, Junior 35 46 Buster, Robert 41 Cade, Mr. 4 7 10 Campbell, Alice Ann 41 Coleman, Virfinia 37 54 78 Colin, Alice 4 50 51 Colin, Leo 39 48 Combs, Velma 39 Cooley, James 35 46 55 52 56 59 77 Copeland, Mr. 7 Couch, Miss 7 30 48 56 57 77 Cox, Billy 41 Cox, Donald 43 Cox, Dorothy--7th 43 Cox, Dorothy--9th 39 Crafton, John 43 Cravens, Robert 37 Croucher, Claude 37 50 Croucher, Clyde 39, 50 Cummings, Marylin 39 Cummings, Robert 35 46 67 Darrough, Eddie 41 Campbell, Donald 37 Campbell, Mr. 7 Campbell Richard 13 52 77 Cantwell, Bill 41 54 Cantwell, Jimmie 43 Caplinger, Larry 38 49 Carlisle, Barbara 30 35 50 52 Carmon, Buel 38 Carvin, Jerry 37 50 60 78 Catt, Alice Jane 35 44 47 50 53 55 76 77 78 Catt, Edward 13 30 46 50 55 79C Chandler, Nancy 41 Chandler, Ronnie 41 Cheek, Wanda 38 Chelf, Billy 43 Childs, Ann 37 49 55 Church, Mr. 7 10 Cisco, Elizabeth 43 54 Cisco, Sharon 41 49 Dart, Stephanie 35 47 44 32 48 53 56 57 58 59 78 79 77 Davis, Jane 39 53 Davis, Melvin 2 4 14 30 55 74 Deckard, Robert 41 Decker, Betty 41 Decker, Billy 43 Deer, Mr. 6 DeCourcy, Charlene 39 53 Dell'Amore, Janine 34 Demaree, Alan 41 Damaree, Jane 43 54 74 79 Damaree, Mrs. 6 Deputy, Gilford 39 Deputy, Janice 14 47 53 56 72 76 77 79 80 Deputy, Mr. 7 Dillard, Billy 35 46 52 63 Dgllow, Harold 35 66 70 71 Duncan, Larry 37 50 Blackwell, Barbara 38 49 Blackwell Bernice 41 W Blackwell, Bob 43 Blackwell, Carol 38 48' Blackwell, David 41 Blackwell, Diana 43 Blackwell Joyce 38 Blackwell Patty 38 Bland, Judy as 53 54 81 Boucher, Betty 38 Bowman, Mary Alice 37 Clark, David 43 Clark, Larry 43 54 Clawson, Charles 37 Coffey, Donald 39 54 Coffey, Doris 43 Coffey, Dick 14 28 46 44 55 56 61 63 65 78 52 80 Coffman, Barbara 14 30 47 50 51 Coffman, Gail 43 Coffman, Junior 41 54 Coffman, Wilma 37 Cole, Marlin 39 Duncan, Shirley 37 52 Dunn, Bobby 43 Rpm, Donald 14 46 44 49 Dunn, Geraldine 43 Dunn, Jack 41 Dunn, Max 35 46 52 55 63 67 79 Dunn, Michael 43 Earl, Marianne 37 52 53 56 Edmondson, John 42 43 54 49 73 Eisenmenger, Miss 7 Elkins, June 37 Ellett, Erter, Evans , Evans , 75 80 F art, Robert 39 Robert 41 Mary Lue 43 10 Mr. 7 30 66 67 68 74 Mary 39 Faulkner, Roger 41 Featherngill, Raymond 14 31 55 56 74 76 57 63 64 66 67 70 71 78 79 Fentz, Ronnie 4154 Fergason, Marsha 39 Fergason, Nancy 39 Fergason, Sue 39 Fetterley, Dan 2 4 14 46 48 54 58 47 76 78 79 Fetterley, Judy 39 44 52 53 58 76 78 81 Fewell, James 35 Fewell, Thomas 39 Fisher, Barbara 37 55 Fitzgerald, Reatha 43 Foist, John 37 52 55 63 67 70 '74 '75 79 80 Foley, Donald 39 Foley, Richard 43 Foley, Thomas 35 63 Follick, Beverly 37 44 53 56 57 '72 Follick, Billy 41 74 79 81 Foster, Fred 43 Foster, Robert 41 54 Fowler, Nola 35 47 49 50 54 Fowler, Sue 39 Fox, Mr. 8 10 Frazier, Mary 15 50 French, Clarastine 41 French, Sharlene 43 Fricker, Connie 15 44 47 49 51 52 55 56 57 58 77 Friedersdorf, Frank 41 Fulkerson, Guy 39 50 Fulkerson, Zelta 15 47 50 51 59 Furgason, Perry 41 Furnish, Mr. 6 Gallagher, Mike 41 48 54 Gallagher, Pat 43 Garlock, Harry 41 54 Garrett, Helen 41 Garrett, Mr. 10 Garrison, Bob 15 30 Gearhart, Eddie 41 54 Gee, James 30 35 79 Gee, Richard 39 Gibson, Russell 41 Giger, Martha 35 51 Gill, Roger 37 54 Gill, Jack 39 50 Golden, John 43 Golden, Walter 43 Goodman, Eugene 43 Goodman, Ju ith 43 Goodman, Linda 43 Goodman, Phyllis 37 44 Graham, Johnnie 41 81 Graham, Mark 43 49 Graves, Charlene 37 52 55 56 58 75 Green, Elizabeth 41 Green, Evelyn 37 Grepp, Carol 41 48 81 Grooms, Norma 37 Grooms, Shirley 37 Grose, Mrs. 6 Guthrie, Clara 39 Haggard, Oral 43 Ha e, Ernest 43 Hamlin, Mr. 8 Handley, Thomas 37 58 63 70 78 74 Hardin, Malinda 37 52 53 55 56 57 72 78 Hardin, Margaret 35 44 47 51 Harmon, Donna 39 Harmon, Loyce 37 44 52 55 56 57 58 Harmon, Mary Etta 37 Harmon Richard 41 Harrell, Shirley 37 Harris, Elva 41 Harrison, Joyce 15 47 50 52 55 76 Harrison, Kathleen 37 Hash, Charles 39 50 Hash, Wilson 39 50 Hattabaugh, Pat 37 44 52 55 56 Haymaker, Ann 43 Haynes, Betty 35 47 Haynes, Nell Rose 39 48 Hazelwood, Ernest 39 50 Hazelwood, Lebert 39 50 Heiney, Keith 11 15 4 28 44 46 57 63 65 54 75 77 74 Helm, John 41 54 Helm, Judy 37 56 Helm, James 43 54 Heminger, Ann 43 54 74 Henderson, Shirley 37 53 Hendricks, Loren 37 44 55 Hendricks, Lowell 37 52 55 58 63 68 77 Hendricks, Richard 39 49 58 Hendricks, Robert 14 Hiatt, Beverly 35 Hiatt, Gail 39 Hicks, Margaret 39 Hill, Ernest 37 Hogan, Betty 39 Ho an, Edna 41 Hogtz, Thomas 43 Hommel, Bernice 39 Hornaday, Alan 41 Houchin, Delores 43 . . Houchin, Doris 43 Hougland, Judy 41 58 Houston, Crosby, 35 46 58 63 Houston, Stuart 41 54 Howell, Robert 37 Howell, Scott 43 Hubbard, Connie 37 49 Hughey, Paul 41 54 Hughey, Phillip 16 22 25 46 49 54 59 Hundley, Helen 41 Ingle, John 39 54 Ingle, Sandra Kay 43 Isley, Mr. 8 10 4455 . Jackson Kelano 35 46 63 Jackson, Sharon 39 49 53 60 72 78 81 Jacobs, Carole 16 24 25 30 31 32 44 52 55 56 57 57 74 76 77 78 80 81 . Jacobs, Larry 41 Jewell, Donald 39 Jewell, Ronald 43 Johnson, Carolyn 39 Johnson, Jane 35 47 52 53 55 58 76 77 79 Johnson, Joe 39 54 Itghnson Robert 16 44 63 65 7 Johnson, Ronald L. 39 54 Johnson, Ronald O. 39 Johnson, Shirley 39 l Johnson Wendell 37 54 63 i Jones, Donald 37 52 55 63 Jones, Joe 35 46 55 79 4 Jones, Nanci 16 32 47 49 53 57 59 72 78 79 Jones, Paul 43 - Jones, Richard 41 Julian, Kenneth 39 Julian, Phyllis 37 38 48 Kaiser, Paul 39 Kaserman, Marshall 41 Kellams, Loretta 2 4 16 28 31 32 4447 53 56 58 59 72 74 76 77 78 80 Kelly, Miss 8 10 53 Kemp. Walter, 43 54 Kermedy, Allen 39 Kennedy, Doris 16 49 50 51 54 Kerlin, Tom 16 46 49 51 52 59 76 78 79 King, Alma Jo 37 Ki ead, Jane 39 44 54 '78 Kinser, Phyllis 39 Krause, Bill 37 63 '75 '78 80 Krause, Patty 41 58 Kuuk, Ira 39 LaGrange, Lynn 39 42 44 49 52 53 58 78 81 LaGrange, Sara Lee 43 '74 '75 '79 Lamphier, Bob 37 54 63 68 Lanier, Janet 89 Lash, Mr. 8 10 63 74 Lawson, Charles 41 Lawson, James 12 16 30 46 48 58 59 63 74 '75 '76 78 79 80 Lee, Larry 17 29 46 58 59 66 67 70 71 74 79 Legan, Edwin 39 Legan, Faye 35 48 47 52 Legan, Nancy 43 48 Lemley, Karen 39 45 52 53 72 76 78 81 Lemons, Pat 12 17 31 32 47 51 52 53 55 56 57 76 77 79 Lewis , Lewis, 65 Lewis, 70 75 Lewis, Bonnie 39 Clive 17 4-6 52 59 63 David 35 46 52 63 68 Eugene 35 46 67 Lewis, Franklin 41 Lewis, Patty 41 Lewis, Richard 41 Littell, John 37 Logan, Larry 39 Long, Carroll 39 Lowe, Roger 39 Lucas, Kay 42 43 75 Mahoney, Kenneth 39 Malone, Robert 8th 41 Malone, Robert 9th 39 Manion, Lyn 43 Mann, Bill 35 46 48 66 67 78 79 Mann, Mann, Joyce 41 Paul 39 Mardis, Margaret 35 52 53 49 72 77 80 Marley, Joel 41 Mason, Maxine 41 Matthews, Boris 39 48 54 Matthews, Fay 37 44 55 63 Matthews, Jack 41 Matthews, Mrs. 3 52 McClain, Doris 41 Mc Clain, John 4 17 46 55 57 56 58 78 79 McClain, Mr. 6 McClain, Sarah 35 47 79 80 McClelland, Jon 41 54 49 McCoy, Thomas 37 McDonald, Bill 17 44 51 63 79 McGill, Larry 17 30 51 59 63 79 M:Ginnis, Nancy 35 51 56 McGlock1in, Jewett 39 68 McMillin, Carolyn 35 44 47 55 56 58 77 78 79 McMillin, Richard 35 51 81 McNew, Dick 43 54 McTarsney, Dianne 43 McTarsney, June 39 Meade, Sonia 39 Meek, Nancy 39 44 56 57 60 76 78 81 Meek, Sharon 35 53 56 55 58 60 72 75 76 77 - Michaels, Alan 41 Miller, Janice 41 Miller, Jerry 39 Miller. Mrs. 8 10 52 Mitchell, Anne 17 24 25 30 32 47 52 53 56 59 72 74 76 77 78 Mitchell, Bob 35 Mitchell, Dan 35 41 63 74 75 78 79 80 Mitchell, Marshall 52 56 Mitchell, Norma 35 47 50 Mitchell, Sally 43 74 79 Mitchell, Tonya 41 Montgomery, Jeannie 43 Montgomery, Ronald 35 46 49 55 58 63 68 70 71 74 Montgomery, Stanley 17 30 63 64 70 71 46 Moore, Paggy 39 81 Morgan, Alethia 41 Morgan, Betty 39 Morris, Leo 34 35 46 63 74 75 77 79 Morris, Leon 35 46 49 63 Mulikin, James 37 63 Murray, Dan 37 49 52 Murray, Richard 39 Nalley, Clarence 37 ' Nalley, Opal 39 Nash, James 37 44 52 54 55 'as 58 Nash, John 54 78 Neese, Carole 4 18 29 47 51 52 55 56 57 58 76 78 Neese, Connie 37 Neese, Virginia 43 Neitzel, Richard 35 Neville, Larry 43 Norton, Charles 41 Nunn, Wanda 39 80 Oates, Kathleen 39 53 58 Oates, Patty 41 O'Sullivan, Bill 43 O'Sullivan, Bob 43 Ott, Miss 8 49 50 Owens, Mr. 6 Paris, David 35 50 Parish, David 39 54 Park, Josephine 35 51 Parrott, Richard 39 Parrott, William 35 Parsley, Gail 43 54 Partenheimer, Ioan 35 47 50 52 Patterson, Betty 35 51 52 53 Payton, Cliffton 43 Payton, Phyllis 43 Pegrarn, John 35 44 59 Pelley, Don 35 63 Pelley, Donna 39 ggrkins, Sue 18 47 50 59 76 Perry, Fred 37 Perryl Janice 18 41 55 60 76 79 Peters, Janice 39 Petro, Annette 29 32 44 47 48 50 53 56 59 60 72 75 76 77 78 Petro, Donna 3,7 Petro, Mr. 8 30 Pettit, Phillip 39 49 Peyton, Floyd 37 68 Phillips, Anita 41 Phillips, Shirley 37 Pickerel, Ruth 41 Pike, Linda 43 1 Pike, Shirley 37 53 72 Prosser, Gene 41' Prosser, Jerry 41 79 . Pruitt, Mrs. 8 56 Purdy, Jerry 41 Quick, Ronald 41 Ragsdale, Sue Ellen 41 81 Rains, Eulah 39 Rain, Jane 41 Rairdon, Robert 35 Ramsey, Esther 2 18 28 32 50 51 52 53 56 72 '73 76 78 80 Ramsey, Ralph 39 50 63 Ramsey, Ronald 37 36 48 49 50 Raney, Nathan 39 Raney, Robert 18 Raufeisen, Judy 39 52 Scott, Edmund 19 46 Scott, Ronnie 37 63 68 Scott, Sandra 30 35 47 52 56 58 79 Scott Torn 24 19 28 30 31 32 46, 49 se 63 64 se 67 '13 VanCleave, Ray, Betty 35 Rea, Ethel 32 35 47 49 51 80 Reed, Robert 43 Records, Jolm 32 34 35 44 46 48 49 55 56 58 59 74 75 76 77 80 Records, Judy 39 44 49 52 53 58 72 78 81 Rector, Elizabeth 35 47 50 Reynolds, Joy 39 Reynolds, William 39 Rhodes, Arlene 4 18 28 30 31 44 47 49 50 51 55 58 60 74 75 79 Rhude, Joan 30 35 Rice, Margaret 2 18 29 32 47 49 52 53 5 56 57 72 76 78 79 80 81 Richardson, Ben 39 Richardson Connie 37 52 53 58 72 Richardson, Frances 43 Richardson, Jim 41 Richardson, Patty 39 38 44 78 81 74 75 76 78 79 80 Sefton, Richard 12 19 30 32 44 46 49 52 79 Sego Carolyn 41 Sego, Martha 2 19 29 51 52 50 76 74 Seitz, Robert 43 I Settles, Carolyn 39 Seward, Susan 43 Shaffer, Sue 39 Shank, Mary Lou 39 Sheckles, Billie 43 Shepard, Bonnie 37 Shepard, Clement 35 55 63 Shockney, Mary Ruth 43 Short, Betty 37 Short, Frances 35 51 53 56 77 Sievertson, Leona 35 51 80 Sievertson, Paul 37 50 Sims, Nancy 43 Simon, Melinda 39 ""Sisson, Phyllis 35 50 Sloop, Mr. 9 10 Smith, Ann 41 Risinger, Don 19 29 46 59 64 66 67 77 Ritchey, Miss 9 30 Ritter, James 35 63 Ritter, Sharon 43 49 Robbins, Pansy 35 Robemj Delores 35 51 Roberts, 'Larry 39 Robinette, Ted 19 29 63 64 79 80 81 Rogers, Mark 43 54 Roy, Major 41 Ruddick, Janice 41 Rueff, John 41 54 Russell, Jane 41 Samuels, Jack 41 Sandefur, Linda 43 Sandefur, Robert 41 Sanders, Ann 33 37 52 53 55 56 60 72 Sanders, Charles 41 Sanders, Florence 41 49 Scharbrough, Barbara 37 49 53 55 56 Schlegelmilch Miss 9 Smith, Barbara 39 Smith, Betty 32 34 35 49 55 58 79 80 Smith, Donald 39 Smith, Imogene 37 52 56 Smith, Jack 43 Smith, Jesse 41 Smith, Joanna 43 Smith, Joe 37 50 Smith, Melvin 19 30 46 52 55 Smith, Merrill 19 30 50 79 Smith, Mr. 3 9 10 63 70 Smith, Phyllis 43 Smith, Sue 41 Smith, Walter, 20 46 51 Smock, Russell 39 Snider, Becky 39 Snider, Charlotte 35 47 Snider, Susan 35 47 52 Snyder, Charles 35 46 Sosbe, Roy 35 Spahr, Joan 35 51 Spaulding, Mr. 9 46 51 Spicer, arolyn 39 Stainbrook, George 39 Stark, Norma 4 20 47 52 55 80 87 Starling, Katherine 35 51 Steinfeldt, Dale 37 Steinfeldt, Thelma 35 51 Steinfeldt, Dale 37 Stephan, Miss 3 9 10 47 Stephens, Martha 37 Stinson, Mr. 63 10 Stitt, Archie 37 52 55 Stiver, Cecil 41 54 Stiver, Cecile 41 Stiver, Ray 35 54 Stubbeman, Jane 39 44 53 Sturgeon, Covella 20 Suckow, Stephen 36 37 52 55 58 68 Tague, Viola 39 Tapp, Mr. 5 6 10 Tappscott, Janette 37 Taylor, Phillip 37 Terhune, Gloria 39 Thomas, Joyce, 35 47 55 56 77 Thompson, Mr. 10 Townsend, Kenneth 35 50 63 Townsend, Robert 37 44 54 55 Trogdon, Myrtle 39 58 L Turner, Arthur 2 20 25 26 28 46 48 55 63 65 70 71 76 Vance, Edith 20 47 51 VanCleave, VanCleave VanCleave, VanCleave VanCleave, Beatrice 43 Bill 20 80 Buford 20 63 65 Lester 39 Mr. 9 50 Richard 4 20 30 4546555663647479 Vandivier, Mr. 9 10 Vandivier, Richard 37 Vandivier, Virginia 35 48 52 53 55 56 58 72 76 77 Van Lieu, Miss 9 VanVleet, Jimmie 43 Venable, John 39 Vest, June 39 54 Vest, Mr. Vest, Thomas 41 54 Vinson, Ileen 37 Vinson, Lois 43 Waggener, Jeanie 41 Waggerman, Janice 43 Wapgerman Leonard 41 Wa en, Diana 43 Walden, Janet 39 58 Wales, Priscilla 43 Walters, Betty 21 51 53 55 80 Walters, Donna 37 53 56 58 Walters, Carolyn 35 47 49 52 54 55 56 57 58 Walters, Phillip 43 Waltz, Joan 35 50 47 54 Watson, Phyllis 43 Watson, Shirley 37 Weaver, Doris 39 Weaver, Frank 37 50 63 66 67 70 74 78 79 81 Weaver, Stephen 43 Webb, Charles 43 Webb, Donald 35 63 70 78 75 Webb, Miss 9 10 Webb, Nancy 39 44 53 81 Weddle, Mike 37 54 55 Weekly, Roberta 37 55 Wheeler, Charles 39 Wheeler, Bill 21 28 32 46 49 59 66 67 70 71 74 79 80 Wheet, Sylvia 21 47 50 55 79 :JW Whetstine, Judith 37 Whetstine, Marcia 35 50 Whetstine, Marlene 41 79 Whitaker, Dick 39 Whitaker, Harlan 39 Whitaker, John 43 White, Diana 41 Wilhite, Kenneth 43 Wilkerson, Jack 38 39 Willey, Donald 35 81 Willey, Sue 39 44 53 Williams, Dee 41 81 Williamas, James 39 68 Williams, Mrs. Williams, Stephen 39 50 Wilson, Beatrice 2 4 11 21 29 30 32 47 48 53 55 56 57 72 77 78 79 81 Winkler, Sally 37 56 Winkler, Thomas 43 Winslow, Alan 42 43 48 54 75 Wolfschlag, Helen 37 44 53 55 72 Wood, Charles 33 37 63 67 70 71 Wood, George 43 Wood, Jerry 41 Wood, Mr. 6 Woods, James 21 76 Woodworth, Betty 43 Wray, Karen 39 Wray, Richard 43 Wray, Verlin 43 Wri ht, Katherine 30 35 47 51 E2 53 56 58 Wright, Mary Lou 35 47 53 54 Yount, Mary 39 Yount, Sam 39 49 68 Yount, Stewart 37 49 70 74 ' ,QTCI 'T . 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