Franklin Community High School - Kite Yearbook (Franklin, IN)
- Class of 1955
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Cubs win season opener against Edinburg 21-0. Here.
First full day of school.
Tri-Hi-Y Mixer for Freshmen.
Rushville Lions win over the Cubs 9-7. There.
Tri-Hi-Y tap 25 new members at convocation-Dr. Howard Stone speaks
Shelbyville tramples Franklin 33-0. There.
Pianist, Melvin Ehrin, presents interesting program at assembly.
Cubs fall to Southport Cardinals 27-0. Here.
Grizzly Cubs defeat Greenfield 20-7. There.
Ping Pong experts perform for student body.
Conersville first Cub SCC victim 13-7. Here.
End of First Six Weeks Period.
Greensburg Pirates make Cubs walk plank to 15-0 defeat.
Music Association Marching Contest.
Franklin trounces Martinsville Artesians 20-6. Here.
Indiana State Teacher Ass'n Meetings.
Cubs lost Final game to Columbus Bulldogs 32-21. There.
Halloween Dance at Gym.
Mary Etta Harmon crowned Queen.
14 initiated into Latin Club.
Fall Band 81 Choral Concert-Holloway Hall.
Charles Wood received Most Valuable Player Trophy.
Cubs defeat Zionsville 58-46. Here.
Cubs over Greenwood 41-27. There.
Grizzlies trample Southport Cardinals 74-49. Here.
Seymour Owls defeat Cubs 55-46. There.
Junior Red Cross 100 per cent by Franklin High School.
End Second Six Weeks.
Cubs whip Lawrence Central 55-42. Here.
Howe Hornets whip the Cubs 57-51. There.
All School Play-"Our Girls"-Holloway Hall.
Shelby Bears beat the Grizzlies 61-50. There.
G.A.A. wins over Whiteland 38-28. There.
Lebanon over Cubs 57-49. There '
Franklin whips Columbus 66-60. Here
Jr. Red Cross Christmas Tree Dance-Gym.
Dismissed for Christmas Vavation.
Return from Christmas Vavation.
Grizzlies trample North Vernon 76-26. There.
Grizzlies take Madison 54-45. Here.
Franklin over Washington 63-50. Here.
Basketball-Columbus 8th 8a 9th Grades.
Close of First Semester.
Winter Band 85 Choral Concert.
Tolleston defeats Cubs 56-55. There.
Rushville defeats Grizzlies 55-54. Here.
Electron E.O.M. Mixer.
County Mid-Winter Teacher Ass'n Meeting.
Martinsville wins over Cubs 68-55. There.
Solo Sz Ensemble Contest-Indianapolis.
Basketball-Columbus 8th 8: 9th-Grades. There.
Connersville dumps Cubs 51-42. Here.
Tri-Hi-Y Heart Suite Mixer.
Bears beat Cubs 64-61. Here.
Kite Staff Out-of-this-World Mixer.
State Solo 85 Ensemble Contest-Indianapolis.
Sectional taken by the FRANKLIN GRTZZLIESY !
End Fourth Six Weeks Period.
Spring Choral 81 Band Concert.
Pirates rally to beat Cubs 59-54 in th Regional.
Tri-City Choral Festival-H. S. Gym.
FHS Band at Shelbyville and Salem High School
Grizzly Cub Dance.
All-County Spelling Contest.
Evansville All-H. S. Band 8a Orchestra.
Band, Orchestra 8: Choral Contest.
Dismiss-Good Friday and Spring Vacation.
Return from Spring Vacation.
End Fifth Six Weeks.
All-School Play "Seven Sisters."
Close of School Year
We, the senior class of Franklin High School, take
great honor in dedicating this 1955 KITE to Robert W.
Coach Evans has brought to the school, as well as
to his basketball teams, a sense of good sportsmanship
and fair play. After three years of toil, the fruits of his
labor came in the form of Franklin's Hrst two Sectional
victories in six years. Our association with Mr. Evans
has been a protitable and pleasant experience.
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?ITTlIINCi Bob Townsend, Pat Hattabaugh, Connie Hubbard, Ann Sanders, Charlene Graves, Tom Handley
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STANDING: Dan Murray, John Foist, Mr. Cade, Steve Suckow.
LEFT SECTION: Tom Handley, Bus. Mgr., Donna Walters, June Duckett, Floyd Payton, Jim Mullikin, Steve
Bryant, Lowell Hendricks, Loren Hendricks, Frank Weaver.
RIGHT SECTION: Charlie Wood, Phyllis Goodman, Connie Richardson, Jim Nash, Ass't Bus. Mgr.g Don
Campbell, Bill Cameron, Bob Lamphier, Ronnie Scott, Don Jones.
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2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3,
4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Golf 1, 2, 3, Red Cross
2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Stu-
dent Council 2, 4, F.T.A.
3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3,
Kite Staff 4, Sports Ed-
itor, Electron 3, 4,
Sports Editor 3, Class
Treasurer 3, Class Pres-
ident 4, Choir 2, 3.
Student Council 2, Red
Cross 3, 4, TrieHi-Y 3,
4: Choir 4: Spanish
Club 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4,
Vice President 4, Class
Vice President 2, Class
Secretary 4, Junior
Prom Court 3.
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice
President 4, Choir 2, 3,
4, F.B,L.A. 3, 4, F.T.A.
3, 4, President 4, Class
Secretary 2, Class Vice
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y
3, 4, Sgt. of Arms 4,
Latin Club 1, 2, Electron
4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Student
Director 4, Class Treas-
urer 4, Kite Salesman 4.
ALVA E. ABBOTT
ROY LEE ADAMS
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Kite
Salesman 4g Student
Council 3, Treasurer 3,
Drarnatics Club 1, 2, 3,
45 Thespians 3, 4, Treas-
urer 4g Hi-Y 3, 4, Choir
45 'LRoom For One
More", "Arsenic and
Transfer from Vevay,
Ind. 43 F.T.A. 4, F.B.L.
A. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4.
Choir 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3,
Red Cross 2, 35 Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Baseball l.
2. 3. 4, F0Otball l.
Kite Salesman 4g Band
1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2,
Football 2, 3, 4.
Transfer from Walker-
F.H.A. 2, 32 FB-L.A. ton, Ind. 43 Red Cross 4,
3, 4. Kite Salesman 4, Bas-
Honart Club 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4: Drarnatics Club
3, 4g F.T.A. 35 D.E. Club
4, Historian 43 F.B.L.A.
43 Football 3, 45 Thes-
pians 45 Kite Salesman
G.A.A. 1, 25 Red Cross
1, 33 F.B.L.A. 3, 4g F.T.
A. 4: Choir 2, 3, 4g Dra-
matics Club 4.
Band 1, 2g Choir 3, 4g G.
A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: FB.L.A.
ROBERT B. CRAVEN
Latin Club lg Spanish
Club 2, 4.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 sen-
tinel 3, Secretary 43
Football Court 33 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 4g F.B.L.A. 43
F.T.A. 3, Secretary 4g
Latin Club 31- Library
Club 4: Kite Salesman 4
Latin Club 1, 25 Spanish
Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3,
4: F.T.A. 3, 4.
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Dramatics
Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish
Club 2, 3, 4, 2nd Vice
President 3, 4, F.T.A. 3,
4, F.B.L.A. 4, Red Cross
4, Latin Club 1.
Business Education and
F.H.A. 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Queen 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 43
D.E. Club 4.
College Preparatory and
Student Council 1,
Grizzly Cub Court 1,
Dramatics Club 1. 2, 3
45 Thespians 2, 3, Secre-
tary 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Girls Basketball 2, 3, 4,
F.B.L.A. 4, Sp a n i s h
Club 3, Class Prophecy
4, "Room For One
More" 2, "Men Are Like
Street Cars" 3.
College Preparatory and
G.A.A. 2, Class Secre-
tary lg Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,
F.B.L.A. 3, 4, President
4, Red Cross 3, Student
Council 4g Football
Court 35 Junior Prom
Court 33 Kite Salesman
4, Choir 2, 3, 4.
Electron 1, 2, 3, 4, Fea
ture Editor 3, Latin
Club 1, 2, Consul 2
Spanish Club 4, G.A.A
1, 25 Dramatics Club 1
2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 3gCho1r
2, 4, Kite Staff 4, Asst
Editor, F.T.A. 4, His
torian 4, Honart Club 3
4, Vice President 3, Trl
Hi-Y 3, 4, "Men Are
Like Streetcars" 3.
F.H.A. 35 F.B.L.A. 4, D
E. Club 4, Secretary
F.F.A. 1, Band 1, 2, 3,
Hi-Y 3, 4.
F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Reporter
4, D.E. Club 4.
THOMAS B. HANDLEY
Hi-Y 3, 45 Red Cross 3,
4, Vice President 45 F.T.
A. 35 Baseball Student
Manager 1, 2, 3, 45 Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Drarnatics
Club 45 Kite Staff 4,
Business Mgr.5 Electron
1, 2, 3, 4, Business Man-
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, President
4, State Secretary 45
Electron 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor
35 F.T.A. 45 Dramatics
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians
2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35
Choir 2, 35 Honart Club
25 Library Club 1, 3, 45
D.A.R. Award 45 Class
Prophecy 45 "Our Miss
Brooks" 15 'tRoom For
One More" 25 "Men Are
Like Streetcarsu 35 "Our
MARY ETTA HARMON
Honart Club 3, 4, Secre-
tary 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Kite
Home Economics and
F.H'.A. 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Business Education and
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 F.H.A. 3,
4, Treasurer 4.
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Historian
45 Dramatics Club 2, 3,
4, Vice President 45
Thespians 3, 45 F.T.A. 3,
45 F.B.L.A. 45 Spanish
Club 2, 3, Vice President
35 Kite Staff 4, Secre-
tary-Treasurerg Choir 2,
3, 45 "Men Are Like
Streetcars" 35 "Arsenic
and Old Lace" 3.
Transfer from Sand-
born, Indiana 45 Hi-Y 4.
F.T.A. 45 F.B.L.A. 3. 4.
Secretary 45 Dramatics
Club 45 Choir 45 Span-
ish Club 35 Class Will 4.
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4, D.E. Club 4, Librarian
4, F.T.A, 4, Library
Club 2, 3.
Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice Presi-
dent 4, Spanish Club 3,
4, President 4, Choir 2,
3, 4, Treasurer 3, F.F.A.
1, Dramatics Club 3, 4,
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Latin Club 2, 3, Electror
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Hi-Y 3, 4, Dramatics
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Club 4, Kite Salesman
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Football 1, 4.
Spanish Club 4, F.B.L.
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 4, G.A.A. 4,
F.B.L.A. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,
4, Secretary 4, Yell
Leader 3, 4, Student
Council 3, 4, Junior
Prom Queen 3, Kite
Staff, Asst. Secretary-
Treasurer, Choir 4,
Girls Basketball 4,
Spanish Club 3, 4, Dra-
matics Club 4.
ALMA JO KING
Business Education and
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, F.Hi.A. 3,
4, Vice President 4.
Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4,
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 1, 2, Football 2, 4,
Red Cross 1, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Manager 4, Choir 2,
Swing Band 3, 4, Kite
Transfer f r 0 in Mon-
terey, Indiana 2, Hi-Y
Hi-Y 3, 4, Latin Club 3:
Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4,
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4,
Thespians 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Choir
2, 3, Band 2, Football
1, 2, 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4,
Electron 3, 4, Asst, Busi-
ness Manager 3, "Men
Are Like Streetcars" 3,
"Arsenic and Old Lace"
3, "Our Girls" 4.
JAMES R. MULLIKIN
Student Council 4, Red
Cross 3, 4, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Class Treasurer 1,
Kite Salesman 4, F.B.L.
A. 3, 4, D.E. Club 3.
Class President 1, Red
Cross 1, 2, Honart Club
3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, D. E.
Club 4, Vice President
4, Student Council 1, 3,
Latin Club 2, Football
1, Kite Staff 4, Art Ed-
JAMES M. NASH
Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 4,
President 3, Band 2, 3,
4, Student Director 3, 4,
Swing Band 3, Choir 2,
Hi-Y 3, 4, Dramatics
Club 4, D.E. Club 4,
President 4, Kite Staff
4, Asst. Business Man-
ager, Golf Team 2, 3,
Debate Team 4, t'Arsen-
ic and Old Lace" 3.
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
FLOYD L. PEYTON
Latin Club 1, Spanish
Club 3, 4, Red Cross 1,
Basketball 1, 2, Hi-Y 3,
4, Chaplain 4, Kite
Dramatics Club 1, 2, G.
A.A. 1, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2,
3, D.E. Club 4, Crew for
All-School Play 3, 4.
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer
4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Span-
ish Club 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A.
4, Choir 4, Girls Basket-
ball 2, 3.
Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4,
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 3, Reporter 4, Stu-
dent Council 2, Class
President 2, Red Cross
2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Choir 4,
Kite Salesman 4.
Student Council 4, Pres-
ident 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,
Chaplain 4, Latin Club
1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4,
Red Cross 3, 4, Dra-
matics Club' 4, Class
Secretary 3, Junior
Prom Court 3, Grizzly
Cub Court 3, G.A.A. l,
2, 3, Girls Basketball
2, Electron 1, 2, 3, 4,
Kite Salesman 4, Class
Red Cross 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President
3, President 4, Girls
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Choir 2, 3, Secretary
3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Yell
Leader 3, 4, Kite Staff
4, Activities E d i t o r,
Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish
Club 3, Class Vice Pres-
Golf Team l, 2, 3, 4, F.
B.L.A. 4, Spanish Club
4, Basketball Student
Manager 2, 3, 4, F.T.A.
3, 4, Treasurer 4, Foot-
ball 2, Kite Salesman 4,
BETTY ANN SHORT
Spanish Club 3, 4, F.B.
LA. 3, 4, F.H.A.' 3, 4
President 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,
4, F.H.A. District Treas-
Latin Club 1, Band 1, 2,
Choir 2, 3, 4, Hi--Y 3, 4,
Spanish Club 2, 3, Re-
p o r te r 3, Dramatics
STEPHEN W. SUCKOW
Hi-Y 3, 4, Red Cross 3,
4, Reporter 4, Student
Council 3, 4, Kite Staff
4, Editor, Electron 2, 3,
4, Asst Editor 3, Class
Treasurer 2, Class Pres-
ident 3, Choir 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 4, Latin
Club 2, 3, Dramatics
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Thes-
pians 3, 4, Spanish Club
4, F.B.L.A. 4, Basket-
ball Manager 2, "Men
Are Like Street Cars"
3, "Arsenic and Old
Red Cross 2, Tri-Hi-Y
3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Choir
2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3.
Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Band 1 ,2, 3, 4, Choir 2,
3, 4, President 4, Foot-
ball 1, '2, 3, 4, Kite
Staff 4, Photo Editor,
F.B.L.A. 3, Swing Band
2, 3, 4.
Red Cross 1, D.E. Club
4, Kite Salesman 4.
F. B. L. A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y
Business Education and
Red Cross 1, Dramatics
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1,
2, 3, 4, Girls Basketball
Team 3, 4, Yell Leader
3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Elec-
tron 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A.
4, Kite Salesman 4.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre-
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Four of the most exciting and impressive years in the lives of the class of 1955 began on September 4,
1951 when the doors of F.H.S. opened wide to begin a new school year and another round of student activities.
First came football season with all the enthusiasm and excitement that accompanies it. Some of the
"Grizzlies to be," thinking about and planning for the team's future, began Finding their, then insignificant,
places on the freshman team. A few later worked their way into the Cubls reserve squad. The rest of the boys
joined the girls in backing them up and adding to the school spirit.
As the years passed, those "Grizzlies to be" became the team of the presentg and with hard work and
determination under the skillful coaching of "Doc'l Lash, they carried the school through many a victory.
Then basketball came into the sports spotlight, and Hoosier Hysteria once again swept the state. In FHS the
freshmen, along with the upperclassmen, began training eagerly in hopes that some of them might remain after
the final cut. Several remained to represent the freshman class on the reserve squad.
Under the careful coaching of Bob Evans, gradually the boys made their rugged ascent to reach small
summits of glory by finally winning the sectional tournament two years in a row, after six years of conceding
to other county schools.
There were still those who when the football and basketball seasons had expired, still had much of the
original spirit to pour out in backing the baseball team.
Besides our memories of sports life, we recall all the parties given during our high school life. Perhaps
most memorable were the class parties where we, forgetting our role as young ladies and gentlemen, com-
peted, boys against girls, in brawling basketball games, later settling down to the more mild pastime of
Otherrbits of fiavoring through the years have been the formal dances, mixers, all-school plays, victory
holidays, joining of various clubs in school, convocations, and even such gruesome things as writing research
themes and studying for Hnal exams.
Probably most outstanding in our memories were the nights spent working on "Moonlight Serenade" our
prom. Then, more than ever before, our class became a team. Boys clad in chemistry aprons splattered with
paint, the more dexterous trying their skill at the tedious job of making tiny rosebuds for the harp favors,
those rolling paper for the seemingly endless job of making stars to hang from the crepe paper ceiling-those
memories remind us of all the nights and study hall periods spent in Mrs. Pruitt's art room, working against
time. Then of the nights before the prom we hold memories of exhaustedly but happily dragging ourselves back
and forth across the gym hanging crepe paper, teetering on top of wobbly ladders hanging stars, and intang-
ling ourselves hopelessly in angel hair while trying to create a dreamy atmosphere.
The big night finally came and we, with our dates, half danced, half dragged ourselves around the floor to the
music of Dusty Rhodes and his band.
We have named but a few of the wonderful memories which will stay with us long after we have jour-
neyed far from our high school days. We shall never forget the incomparable kindness and help given us by
our class sponsors, who through the years have been Mrs. Miller, "Doc" Lash, Mr. Deputy, Mrs. Pruitt, Mr.
Spaulding, Mr. Sloop, and Miss Bagby.
We wish, as our time to leave Franklin High School draws near, to express our sincere gratitude to each
of the faculty and the administration for making
possible our growth throughout these past four years.
We feel that with the guidance which we have re-
ceived from them, we the class of nineteen hundred
and fiftyfive, will go out into the world better citizens,
and qualified to do any task which we may under-
N 'X 1" RICHARDSON
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We, the Senior Class of "55," slightly unbalanced after battling English Comp, but rested from sleeping in
Civics class, considering ourselves the mostest to say the leastest, do hereby will our most valued f?J possessions
as follows, hoping they will not be abused or wasted:
I, Alva Abbott, will my red hair and freckles to Judy Fetterly.
I, Roy Adams, will my fanatical ways to Pat Oates.
I, Juanita Alley, will my wedding ring to Sue Carolyn Willey.
I, Dora Barger, will my "straight from Paris Hair-Do" back to Paris.
I, Mary Alice Bowman, will my boisterous ways to Sharon Jackson.
I, Johnny Mack Boyd, will my "four hands" to the typing department.
I, Steve Bryant, will my motto-never do anything you don't have to-to "Moose,' McGlocklin.
I, Bill Cameron, will my basketball ability to Leo Colin.
I, Don Campbell, wilkmy space gun to Boris Matthews.
I, Ann Childs, will myself a one-way ticket to Pensacola, Florida, to be with my man for the remainder of
I, Wilma Coffman, will my skating ability to Karen Lemley.
I, Virginia Coleman, will my stubborn disposition to Phyllis Beaman.
I, Bob Craven, will my love for the college to Charlene' DeCourcy.
I, Claude Croucher, will my wolfish ways to Gordon Brown.
I, June Duckett, will my flirtatious ways to Carol Grepp.
I, Shirley Duncan, will my straight "A" record to James Williams.
I, Marianne Earl, will my nickname, "Blimp," to Winniemae Hildeman.
I, June Elkins, will my makeup kit to Ira Kulik.
I, Barbara Fisher, will my love for all farmers to Joyce Alexander.
I, John Foist, will my height to "Long', John Reynolds, who needs it? ? ?
I, Beverly Follick, will my ability to keep secrets public to Joyce Helm.
I, Roger Gill, get on my knees and beg someone to take something as I can Hnd nothing to will.
I, Phyllis Goodman, will my ability to go steady with one boy my senior year to Kathleen Sturgeon.
I, Charlene Graves, will my ability to juggle a ring and a senior boy at the same time to Pat Andrews.
I, Evelyn Green, will my bashful ways to Judy Hougland.
I, Shirley Grooms, will my top job at Nick's to Tommy Vest.
I, Tom Handley, will my seat on the bench to Richard Hendricks.
I, Loyce Harmon, will my ability to get up at 4 o'clock in the morning and study to John Cameron.
I, Mary Etta Harmon, will my ability to play second fiddle to George Liberace.
I, Shirley Harrell, will my Freetown boys to Judy Bland to add to her collection.
I, Kathleen Harrison, will my color combinations to Dianne White.
I, Pat Hattabaugh, will my bowlegs to Don "Cowboy" Snyder.
I, Frank Haubry, will my sparkling brown eyes to the dimly-lit necking corridors of F.H.S.
I, Judy Helm, will my nickname, "Feathers," to Melinda Simon.
I, Shirley Henderson, will my book, How to Write Interesting Letters to Newfoundland. to the English de-
I, Loren Hendricks, will my greatest ambition-to remain a batchelor-to Bill Cook.
I, Lowell Hendricks, will my picture to be hung in the halls of F.H.S. so all underclassmen can swoon as
they go by it.
I, Theata Heston, will my title, "Chief Puffemj' to Lennie Buchanan.
I, Ernest Hill, will my first-class literature to Bill Cantwell.
Bob Howell, will my off-color remarks to Larry Jacobs.
Connie Hubbard, will my easy-to-get-along-with nature to Nancy Meek.
Don Jones, will my masculine physique to Jerry Kenny.
Phyllis Julian, will my quiet life to Donna Pelly.
Alma Jo King, will my job selling school supplies to Velma Combs.
Bob Lamphier, will my nickname "Hot Lips" to Lynn LaGrange.
Bill Littell, will my unique vocabulary to Bill Carmen.
Fay Matthews, will my smooth ballroom manners to Ronnie Flanders.
Jim Mullikin, will my mustache to Robert Seitz.
Dan Murray, will my carefree manner to the freshman boys.
Jim Nash, donate my ski nose to the 1956 Olympics.
Connie Neese, will my red convertible to the Driver Training Class.
Floyd Peyton, will my nickname "Totem" back to the Indian reservation.
Shirley Phillips, will my unused brain to science to help cure Mental diseases.
Shirley Pike, can't will anything because my hopechest is costing too much.
Ronnie Ramsey, will my spur-of-the-moment barn parties to Joe Waltz.
Richard Ratliff, will my good manners to the seventh grade.
Connie Richardson, will my book on dieting to Jeannie Waggoner.
Ann Sanders, will my ability to find out what my man's been doing to Pat Richardson.
Ronnie Scott, will my new car with push button windows to Jerry VanSlyke.
Betty Short, will my distinct pronunciation and stomach-turning voice to Carolyn Johnson.
Archie Stitt, will my seat in the ollice to Joanna Jackson.
Steve Suckow, will my various romances to some author to be made into next year's best seller.
Jeanette Tapscott, will my peroxide hair to Billy Jo Follick.
Bob Townsend, will my quiet night life to Sandra Duncan.
Dick Vandivier, will my whistling entertainment to be put on records and used in study hall.
Illean Vinson, will my straight forward manners to Alice Barger.
Donna Walters, will myself a bloodhound for tracking down a man.
Richard Waltz, will my grease jobs to Jerry Wood.
Frank Weaver, will my love for a certain sophomore girl back to'Jesse.
Roberta Weekly, will my put-on laugh to Dee Williams.
Helen Wolfschlag, will my ability to be quiet in class to Lester Van Cleave.
Charles Wood, will my spur-of-the-moment lies to Ralph Ramsey.
Stewart Yount, will my "Romeo" techniques to Charles Wheeler.
In witness thereof, we, the class of "55," with
unfirm minds, trembling hands, and dazed expres-
sions, do set forth on this first day of June, in the
year one thousand and fifty-tive, our last will and
testament duly signed and witnessed by:
It is the year 1975. We are attending the first
reunion of the class of '55 which is being held at the
Bellview Hotel, the largest of its kind in the world,
situated in the heart of that thriving metropolis
Upon entering the spacious lobby, we are ap-
proached by a former Bellview bellhop known as
Don "Boris" Jones, who is now a nationally known
choir director. Don agrees to show us around the
place and heads toward the ballroom. On our way
there, we see Shirley Phillips, famous Egyptian danc-
er, very intrigued by the movement of her hands.
- As we enter the ballroom we see Fay Matthews,
better known as Liberace, seated at the piano. Dancing at one end of the floor are Helen Wolfschlag, Roberta
"Ral" Weekly, and Jeanette Tapscott doing their famous dance of the seven veils. Fay is being accompanied
bv Bob "Blowing Wild" Lamphier and his mad cat trio which consists of Bob Townsend and Roger Gill
We now leave the ballroom and,rush to the auditorium where a basketball game between Frank, Weav-
er's Barnyard Buckshots, and Roy Adam's Franklin All-Stars is about to begin. We enter just in time to hear
the final strains of the 'fStar Spangled Bannerw being played by Connie 'tGeorge" Richardson on her violin.
When the lights go on again, we see among the cheering crowd Barbara Fisher, world's champion hog caller,
and that second-hand furniture millionaire, Jim Nash,known as the "Money Mad Millionaire." Leading the
cheers is Donna Walters, wearing a tailor-made "F" sweater. It was given to her by Tom "Curly Locks"
Handley, who has been nominated as the oddest speaker to entertain at Bellview.
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Also in the crowd we see Marianne "Twinkle Toesi' Earl, who teaches the "Huckle Buck,-
Duckett's three children by her sixth husband. Sitting behind her is Betty Short, Hollywood's. triple-threat
singer, dancer, and actress-who has just recovered from a nervous breakdown caused by smoking too many
mild, mild Chesterfields, manufactured by Dora Barger. Dora decided it would be cheaper to buy the factory
than to buy them by the pack.
As we look into a far corner we see Mary Alice "The Killerl' Bowman and her coach, Wilma "Strangler"
Coffman, moaning over their latest defeat by world's heavyweight wrestler, Phyllis "Hip Lock" Julian. Not far
from them is Bill Cameron, confirmed grouch, talking to Lowell Hendricks, the international playboy, who
has just divorced his tenth wife. Sitting on the opposite side of the Hoor, we see Dan "Fingers" Murray, the
famous artist, and Shirley Duncan, his equally famous model, watching the game with vivid interest. Sit-
ting next to her is Loren Hendricks, Franklin's only batchelor, talking about Jim Mullikin, notorious for
crashing the parties of famous Indianapolis celebrity Pat Hattabaugh. Jimis most recent episode was crashing
the big shin-dig in honor of Richard Waltz, only American citizen to own an automobile. Everyone else is fly-
ing the new Chevrolet helicopters sold by Ronnie Scott, president of the Ford Motor Company. Nearby we
note Charles Wood, who has just left Ann Sanders for the seventh time, talking to marriage counselor,
Mary Etta Harmon.
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aydfeamlng nearby is Ann Childs who has just won a free trip to the Florida Naval Base by stump-
glivihe panel of 1119311 Vif1S0H, The'-fra Heston, and Richard Ratliff on Steve Suckow's "I've Got A Secret'
We now leave the gym and go to the main building. Here we see apartments on each side which are the
homes of our many friends. We peek in the apartment where Claude Croucher is recovering from a re-
lapse over his last boxing bout in- which he was defeated by Frank Haubry, Mr. Universe of 1962. In an-
other room we see Don Campbell lying flat on his back, paralyzed because he thinks he was shot by a Mar-
tian space gun operated by Commander Judy Helm of the Space Patrol.
In the next apartment playing cards, are Steve Bryant, inventor of the soleless shoe, Floyd Peyton, owner
of Peyton's Pure Milk Company, and Bob Craven, president of Franklin University.
Going on down the hall we see Bob "Crash" Ho well, winner of the recent 500 Mile Race, talking to Alva
Abbott, the famous elevator shoe salesman. Looking up we spy Ronnie Ramsey hanging by his toes from the
transom and selling pickled pig's feet in order to make back payments on the alimony for his wife Virginia
Coleman. On the same Hoor is Phyllis Goodman, who is holding the key to Johnny Mack Boyd's hand cuffs,
which are for the purpose of keeping him from eating too much.
From the top floor We hear struggling and screaming. In this apartment Shirley Pike, professional weight
lifter, is trying to calm Shirley Henderson and Evelyn Green because they became so violent at the sight of
an army uniform. We see Connie Hubbard, retired housewife, gossiping with Alma Jo King, inventor of a
new bookkeeping system. As we pass the luxury suite, we are reminded of Richard Vandivier, who had to leave
early in order to continue his speaking tour as president of the Alcoholics Anonymous.
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ley Haiigqyi Chggligi lN?e1ese,ul2athleen Harrison, Shirley Grooms, and June Elkins on how to prepare Creamed
lobsters which were brought in by that famous fisherman and trapper, Stewart Yount.
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tist church, talking with Charlene Graves, well-known dime store heiress. As We Gan , . Y ,, of
D0nd to get a better look at it, we see ourselves reflected as we are now-LOYCG I?af1n?SnW??egStgntEg012f55ies
marrying Archie Stitt, wealthy shoe shine boy, Bill Littell wanted in three states orfel-Img To Nail A Navy
about Little Red Riding Hood, and Beverly Follick famous navy wife and authOI' O
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Bud Jones, Treas. -
SECOND ROW: Bobby Chastine, Sue Ellen Ragsdale, Connie Hubbard, Judy Blackwell, Judy Manuel,
Judy Fetterley, Phyllis Goodman, Patty Richardson, Ann Hemminger, Linda Keesling, Judy Raufeisen.
THIRD ROW: Jim Mullikin, John Edmondson, Allen Demaree, Don Foley, Larry Terhune, John Foist, John
Nash, Steve Suckow, Jack Wilkerson, Steve VanAntwerp, George Wood, Mark Rogers.
In former years the Student Council has had little more to do than assign mixer dates and carry out a
program which was given it by the oflice. This year, however, the Council has assumed more power and is
truthfully the governing body of the students. Having shed the rather firm restrictions which had, in former
years, bound its power, the Student Council, with Connie Richardson as president, has become the most im-3
portant and powerful organization in school. A look at some of the things which the Council did the past
year will give a good impression of the excellent program which it put into effect. The annual Halloween
Dance honoring the football team was sponsored by the Council, and it was also responsible for the recording
of popular records on the school's new tape recorder. Such projects as scheduling buses for out of town ball
games, presenting convocations, cleaning the trophies, revising the school's old constitution, setting the mixer
dates, establishing a new club prografn for next year, and many other notable and worthwhile projects show
what a'fine job the Council members and their sponsor, Miss VanLieu, carried on the past year.
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FIRST ROW: Don Jones, Serg.-At-Arms, Bob Townsend, Secyg Loren Hendricks, V. Pres., Mr. Spaulding,
Sponsor, Floyd Peyton, Chap., Fay Matthews, Hist.g Bob Lamphier, Treas.
SECOND ROW: Tom Fewell, Archie Stitt, John Allen, Bob Ellett, Bill Littell, Paul Kaiser, Dave Parish.
THIRD ROW: Jim Nash, Jack Wilkerson, Dan Murray, Roger Gill, Lowell Hendricks, Gilford Deputy,
Stewart Yount, Don Foley, Ronald L. Johnson. V
FOURTH ROW: William Reynolds, Larry Caplinger, Tom Handley, Ralph Ramsey, John Foist, John Nash, Bill
Cameron, Dick Murray, Steve Suckow, Boris Matthews, Sam Yount, Jim Brown. Not Pictured, Ronnie
Chosen as the most outstanding Hi-Y club in the state last year, this year's club, under the capable leader-
ship of Ronnie Ramsey and Mr. Spaulding, the sponsor, continued to set forth ideals andprograms which'
characterize the type of services for which a good Hi-Y club is noted. Beginning with the selling of concessions
at the football games, and ending with the very successful Grizzly Cub Dance, the activities of the club have
been numerous and noteworthy. Cleaning the school's water fountains, selling taffy, donating money to the
Christmas Good Cheer Fund, shoveling snow from the school's sidewalks, and various other projects have all
been carried on in such a way that not only the school, but also the community has profited by the club's
duties. In performing these services, however, the Hi-Y Club has not forgotten its main purpose-that of'
helping its members to become better Christians and creating in them a strong character which will be bene-
ficial to all people.
FIRST ROW: Connie Richardson, Chaplain: Pat Hattabaugh, Historian: Connie Hubbard, Secyg Miss Stephan,
Sponsor, Loyce Harmon, President: Barbara Fisher, Vice-President, 'Shirley Pike, Treasurer.
SECOND ROW: Judy Raufeisen, Alma Jo King, Myrtle Trogdon, Sharon Jackson, Peggy Moore, Betty
Morgan, Mary Lou Shank, Sue Carolyn Willey, Nancy Meek, Betty Short, Carolyn Johnson.
THIRD ROW: Pat Richardson, Connie Neese, Jane Kinkead, Judy Fetterly, llean Vinson, Phyllis Goodman,
June Duckett, Charlene Graves, Shirley Duncan, Nell Rose Haynes, Kathleen Harrison, Jane Stubbeman,
FOURTH ROW: Helen Wolfschlag, Charlene DeCourcey, Shirley Harrell, Pat Andrews, Mary Farr, Nancy
Webb, Karen Lemley, Lynn LaGrange, Judy Records, Phyllis Julian, June Vest, Melinda Simon, Jeanette
Tapscott, Phyllis Beaman.
Tri-Hi-Y, one of the most outstanding girls' organizations in school, has many DUFPOSQS- one of theng ifhgg
maintain a high Christian attitude. The spiritual aspect of Tifl-H1-Y has been more fully emp aS1Ze
year than ever before. Impressive religious services were an important part of each meeflflg-
Some of the services performed by the club this year were: selling concessions at the footballisgarnes,
ehoraling at Christmas for shut-ins, sponsoring get-acquainted day, mommg d9V0t10US OVCI' the P- A- YS em,
Polio Fund Drive and many more.
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FIRST ROW: Sue Ellen Ragsdale, Sharon Cisco, Gilford Deputy, Treas.g Tom Handley, Vice-Pres., Miss
Webb, Sponsor, Connie Hubbard, Pres., Phyllis Beaman, Secyg Sandra Duncan, Judy Snider.
SECOND ROW: Alan Jones, Peggy Moore, Sharon Jackson, Sharon Ritter, Susan Copeland, Doris Weaver,
Jane Davis, Joyce Alexander, Judy Goodman, Priscilla Bowman, Ann Sanders.
THIRD ROW: Nelle Rose Hay'mes, Sandra Whiitham, Alan Winslow, Jim Cantwell, Florence Sanders,
Marianne Earl, Phyllis Julian, June Vest, Karen Moore, Larry Coffman, Jim Heiney.
FOURTH ROW: NPhillip Pettit, Danny Poe, Gayle Fraser, Don Foley, Jim Brown, Steve Suckow, John Foist,
John Nash, Jim Williams, Scotty Howell, Karen Lemley, Jerry Webb, Bob Wood.
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FIRST ROW: Gilford Deputy, Ass't Bus. Mgr.: Patty Andrews, Exch. Ed.: Lynn LaGrange, Ass't Ed.: Judy
Fetterly, Editor: Miss Kelly, Sponsor: Patty Richardson, Feature Ed.: Judy Records, Bus. Mgr.: Bob Ellett,
SECOND ROW: Sue Ellen Ragsdale, Nancy Meek, David Parish, Jane Stubbernan, Ginny Neese, Carol
Grepp, Patty Coy, Alice Ann Campbell, Dee Williams, Judy Raufeisen, Dave Harrison.
THIRD ROW: Donna Walters, Jane Demaree, Sally Mitchell, Alan Winslow, Jean Waggener, Elizabeth Green.
Judy Jo Hougland, Connie Richardson, Charlene Graves, Bill Bunnell, Jane Davis, Mary Louise Ballard.
FOURTH ROW: Mary Farr, Don Jones, Fay Matthews, Ronnie Scott, Lowell Hendricks, Bud Jones, John
Foist, Steve Suckow, Tom Handley, Frank Friedersdorf, Karen Lemley, Loyce Harmon, Saralee LaGrange.
The Electron has another successful year to add to its record. More pictures and unusual feature stories
have added life and sparkle to the already interesting and informative paper.
With Miss Kelly lending a helping hand whenever necessary, the staff put in to effect new ideas and
schemes: however without the co-operation, loyalty, and efficiency of the reporters the work could not have
been done so successfully.
FIRST ROW: Sharon Jackson, Loren Hendricks, Pres.: Marianne Earl, lst V. Pres., Mrs. Matthews, Sponsor:
Melinda Simon, Secy.-Treas.g Mary Farr, 2nd V. Pres.: Connie Hubbard-
SECOND ROW: Peggy Moore, Mary Lou Shank, Nell Rose Haynes, Charlene Graves, Karen Lemley, June
Vest, Phyllis Beaman, Judy Fetterly, Shirley Duncan, Jane Stubbeman, Shirley Pike.
THIRD ROW: David Parish, Jim Nash, Steve Bryant, Bob Howell, Bill Carmen, John Nash, Steve Suckow,
Boris Matthews, Robert Diggs, Eddie Gearhart, Bob Deckard, Bob Wood.
FIRST ROW: Mary Ruth Shockney, Jack Wilkerson, Pro-Counsel: Bob Ellett, Pro-Counsel: Mrs. Miller,
Sponsor, Betty Morgan, Priscilla Wales.
SECOND ROW: Sue Ellen Ragsdale, Alice Ann Campbell, Sue Carolyn Willey, Jane Demaree, Mike Gal-
lagher, Tom Vest, Mark Graham, Billy Bunnell, John Helm, Patty Andrews, Carol Grepp, Dee Williams.
THIRD ROW: Alan Winslow, Bob Foster, Paul Hughey, Jim Richardson, Bob Etter, Larry Caplinger, Bud
Jones, Andy Acher, Sam Yount, Frank Friedersdorf, Jerry Webb, Charles Wood, Mark Rogers.
D. E. CLUB
FIRST ROW: Evelyn Green, Secy.-Treas.g Shirley Henderson, Lib, Jim Nash, Pres, Mr. Spaulding, Sponsor,
John Nash, Pub. Dir., Don Campbell, Hist: Dan Murray, V. Pres.
SECOND ROW: Ernest Hill, Richard Waltz, Shirley Grooms, June Elkins, Shirley Phillips, Richard Ratliff,
F. B. L. A.
FIRST ROW: Shirley Grooms, Reporter, Judy Helm, Secretary, Shirley Henderson, Treastg Mr. Chu-rch,
Sponsor, Phyllis Goodman, President, Phyllis Julian, Vice-President.
SECOND ROW: Judy Raufeisen, Shirley Pike, Betty Boucher, Betty Short, Opal Nalley, Connie Hubbard,
THIRD ROW: Marilyn Cummings, June Elkins, Beverly Follick, Janet Lanier, Jane Davis, Evelyn Green.
Doris Weaver, Carolyn Spicer, Donna Walters, Wanda Cheek. A
FOURTH ROW: Virginia Coleman, June Duckett, Jeanette Tapscott, Marianne Earl, Steve Suckow, Don
Campbell, Dick Murray, Jim Mullikin, Barbara Fisher, Helen Wolfschlag, Pat Hattabaugh.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Wilfong, Sponsor, Beverly Follick, V. Pres, Fay Matthews, Pres.: Nancy Meek? Secy.-Treas.
SECOND ROW: Kathleen Sturgeon, Dee Williams, Pat Hattabaugh, Lynn LaG1'-Blige, Pat Andrews, LOYCE
THIRD ROW: David Harrison, Loren Hendricks, Lowell Hendricks, Steve Suckow, Bill Bunnell .
FIRST ROW: Bob Wood, Treas.g Lowell Hendricks, Pres., Mr. Wilfong, Sponsor, Pat Hattabaugh, V. Pres.:
Karen Lernley, Secy.
SECOND ROW: Sue Ellen Ragsdale, Nancy Meek. Dee Williams, Pat Richardson, Judy Helm, Kathleen
Sturgeon, Jane Davis, Donna Walters, Ann Sanders. Alice Ann Campbell, Sharon Jackson, Connie Hubbard.
THIRD ROW: Jim Helm, Carol Grepp, Beverly Follick, Charlene Graves, Florence Sanders, Judy Hougland,
Connie Richardson, Loyce Harmon, Judy Records, Pat Andrews, Charlene DeCoursey, Kathleen Oates, Bill
Bunnell, Johnnie Graham, David Harrison.
FOURTH ROW: Mary Farr, Loren Hendricks, Jim Nash, Charles Lawson, Fay Matthews, Tom Handley,
Steve Suckow, Don Campbell, Richard Jones, Jerry Service, Sam Yount, Charles Wheeler, Jack Wilkerson,
Gordon Brown, Lynn LaGrange.
F. H. A.
FIRST ROW: Kathleen Harrison, Treas.g June Elkins, Secy, Miss Voland, Sponsor, Betty Short, Pres., Alma
.Io King, V. Pres.
SECOND ROW: Sonia Meade, Peggy Moore, Phyllis Beaman, Sue Caroline Willey, Betty Morgan, Carolyn
Spicer, Marylin Cummings, Myrtle Trogdon.
THIRD ROW: Opal Nalley, Kathleen Sturgeon, Doris VVeaver, Sue Fowler, Nancy Webb, Joyce Blackwell,
Charlene DeCoursey, Wanda Cheek, Karen Wray.
F. F. A.
FIRST ROW: Joe Waltz, Charles Hash, Ralph Ramsey, Mr. VanCleave, Sponsor, Frank Weaver, Richard
Waltz, Claude Croucher.
SECOND ROW: Harry Mathis, James Williams, Danny Poe, Gerald Smith, Richard Smith, Wilson Hash.
THIRD ROW: Mack Kasting, Douglas Hendrickson,Bob Brown, Clyde Croucher, Carl Lewis, Jack Mc-
Inturf, Edmund Williams.
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FIRST ROW: June Duckett, Alice Ann Campbell, Pres., Miss Kelly, Sponsor, Sue Ellen Ragsdale, Barbara
SECOND ROW: Judy Goodman, Jane Stubbeman. Sharon Cisco, Doris Weaver, Opal Nalley, Loyce Harmon.
F. T. A.
FIRST ROW: Ronnie Scott, Treasg .June'Duckett, Secyg Barbara Fisher, President: Miss Bagby, Sponsor,
Lowell Hendricks, Vice-President, Charlene Graves, Historian.
SECOND ROW: Nancy Meek, Judy Helm, Judy Fetterly, Pat Hattabaugh, Phyllis Beaman, Shirley Duncan,
Jane Stubbeman. Patty Richardson, Sharon Jackson, Shirley Henderson, Carol Johnson.
THIRD ROW: Patty Andrews, Melinda Simon, Loyce Harmon, Mary Farr, Fay Matthews, John Foist, Bob
Ellett, Karen Lemley, Lynn LaGrange, Judy Records, Marianne Earl.
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FIRST ROW: John Edmondson, Andy Acher, Paul Hughey, Bob Townsend, John Nash.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Copeland, Bill Cantwell, Alan Winslow.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Isley, Director, Dee Williams, Sue Ellen'Ragsdale, Alice Barger, Kathleen Oates, Pat Hatta-
baugh, Melinda Simon, Connie Hubbard, Shirley Pike, Sandra Duncan, Pat Oates, Janice Miller.
SECOND ROW: Johnnie Graham, Phyllis Julian, Judy Hougland, Judy Records. Secy-Treas., Pat Andrews,
Pat Richardson, Judy Fetterly, Donna Walters, Sue Willey, Phyllis Goodman, Judy Helm. Virginia. Coleman,
Donna Pelly, Diana White.
THIRD ROW: Lester VanCleave, Bob Deckard, Charlene Graves, Lynn LaGrange, Mary Farr, iElizabeth
Green, Barbara Mahoney, Barbara Fisher, Phyllis Beaman, Helen Wolfschlag, Jeanette Tapscott, John Ven-
able, Archie Stitt.
FOURTH ROW: Paul Mann, Steve Suckow, Vice-Pres., Bob Townsend, Presidentg Don Jones, Jim Bryant,
Larry Caplinger, Eddie Legan, James Williams, John Cameron, Dick Whitaker, Warren Burris, Joe Waltz,
Loren Hendricks, Roy Adams, Jerry Webb, Paul Kaiser.
The F. H. S. Choir for the past two years has had a full period in which to practice. The resulting product
was an outstanding chorus of over fifty voices.
Under the direction of Mr. Howard Isley, the Girls' Trio, consisting of Lynn LaGrange, Mary Farr, and
Pat Oates, emerged to the rating of first division in the State Contest.
,A little later gon Patty Richardson displayed her ability as a soloist, much to the delight of her audience.
Highlighting a busy year of concerts for the choir was the convocation presented at Shelbyville High
School. So ended the whirl of performances.
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FIRST ROW: Patty Richardson, Secyg Miss Eisenmenger, Sponsor, Ann Sanders, Pres., Judy Records, V.
SECOND ROW: Janice Miller, Ann Tranter, Shirley Pike, Nancy Meek, Sharon Jackson, Connie Hubbard,
Betty Boucher, Doris Coffey, Pat Oates.
THIRD ROW: Sharlene French, Clarastine French, Jean Ramsey, Ann Heminger, Ginny Neese, Mary Lou
Shank, Nancy Legan, Sue Caroline Willey, Kay Ingle, Dee Williams, Jane Demaree: ,
FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Smith, Johnnie Graham, Judy Fetterley, Joyce Alexander, Jane Davis, Kathleen
Oates, Virginia Coleman, Jane Kinkead, Sally Mitche ll, Donna Waiters, Beverly Follick, Beatrice VanC1eave.
FIFTH ROW: Connie Richardson, Florence Sanders, Pat Andrews, Judy Jo Hougland, Lynn LaGrange, Nancy
Webb, Karen Lemley, Sarah Lee LaGrange, Gail Parsley, Gayl Frazer, Melinda Simon, Jeanie Waggoner,
Charlene DeCourcey, Mary Lue Evans.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Walters, Judy Fetterly, Johnnie Graham, Florence Sanders, Judy Records, Miss
Eisenmenger, Coach, Melinda Simon, Ann Sanders, Connie Hubbard, Sharon Jackson.
SEATED: Ira Kulik, Charlene Graves, Judy Jo Hougland, Mary Yount, Johnnie Graham, Nancy Meek, Secyg
Don Campbell, Pres., Betty Boucher.
STANDING: Mrs. Pruitt, Sponsor, Nathan Raney, Deloris Weaver, Jane Davis, Lester VanC1eve, Carol Ire-
land, Frank Friedersdorf, Don Foley, Treas.g Ronnie Quick.
The Honart Club has been the unsung leaning-post of F.H,S. for many and many a year. Whenever a poster,
crown, or any other item that requires art ability is needed, someone immediately calls on an art student.
A high B average is necessary to belong to this club. At their monthly meetings, programs to further the
members knowledge in art are presented.
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FIRST ROW: Fred Allen, John Allen, Patty Andrews, Phyllis Beaman, Joyce Blackwell, Judy Bland,
Betty Boucher, Gordon Brown.
SECOND ROW: James Brown, Jon Buchanan, Don Burtch, Rosie Burdsall, John Cameron, Larry Caplinger,
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FIRST ROW: Leo Colin, Velma Combs, Bill Cook, Herbert Cook, Clyde Croucher, Marilyn Cummings, Jane
Davis, Charlene DeCourcey, Gilford Deputy.
SECOND ROW': Bob Ellett, Mary Farr, Nancy Fergason, Judy Fetterley, Tom Fewell, Don Foley, Sue
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THIRD ROW: Nell Rose Haynes, Richard Hendricks, Sharon Jackson, Carolyn Johnson, Joe Johnson,
Ronald L. Johnson, Ronald O. Johnson, Paul Kaiser, Allen Kennedy.
FOURTH ROW: Jane Kinkead, Ira Kulik, Lynn LaGrange, Janet Lanier, Edwin Legan, Karen Lemley,
Carroll Long, Roger Lowe, Kenneth Mahoney.
FIFTH ROW: Robert Malone, Paul Mann, Boris Matthews, Jewett McGlocklin, Sonia Meade, Nancy Meek,
Jerry Miller, Peggy Moore, Betty Morgan.
SIXTH ROW: Dick Murray, Opal Nalley, John Nash, Kathleen Oates, David Parish, Donna Pelley, Philip
Pettit, Ralph Ramsey, Nathan Raney.
SEVENTH ROW: Judy Raufeisen, Judy Records, William Reynolds, Patty Richardson, Jim Ryker, Mary
Lou Shank, Melinda Sim-on, -Paul Sievertson, Don Srnith.
EIGHTH ROW: Russell Smock, Kenneth Sorensen, Carolyn Spicer, Jane Stubbeman, Kathleen Sturgeon,
Myrtle Trogdon, Lester VanCleave, Harold Vandivier, Jerry VanSlyke.
NINTH ROW: John Venable, June Vest, Doris Weaver, Nancy Webb, Charles Wheeler, Dick Whitaker,
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TENTH ROW: James Williams. Bob Wood, Karen Wray, Mary Yount, Sam Yount.
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FIRST ROW: Andrew Acher, Harold Baker, Warren Balsley, Alice Barger, Donald Barrow, Warren Beeler,
Bernice Blackwell, Reggie Brewer.
SECOND ROW: Robert Brown, James Bryant, Bill Bunnell, Warren Burris, Robert Buster, Alice Ann
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FIRST ROW: Nancy Chandler, Sharon Cisco, Junior Coffman, Larry Coffman, Billy Cox, Joan' Cox, Eddie
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SECOND ROW: Margaret Demaree, Patricia Diggs, Robert Diggs, Sandra Duncan, Jack Dunn, Phyllis
Elmore, Robert Etter, Roger Faulkner, Billy Follick.
THIRD ROW: Robert Foster, Gayl Fraser, Clarastine French, Erank Friedersdorf, Mike Gallagher, Harry
Garloch, Helen Garrett, Eddie Gearhart, Johnnie Graham.
FOURTH ROW: Elizabeth -Green, Carol Grepp, Richard Harmon, Ethel Harrison, John Helm, Edna Hogan,
Judy Jo Hougland, Paul Hughey, Helen Hundley.
FIFTH ROW:F Carol Ireland, Larry Jacobs, Harold Jones, Richard Jones, William King, Ruth Ann Knox,
Roger Lanier, Charles Lawson, Frank Lewis.
SIXTH ROW: Patty Lewis, Richard Lewis, Barbara Mahoney, Robert Malone, Joel Markey, Maxine Mason,
Jack Matthews, Jon McClelland, Jack Mclnturff.
SEVENTH ROW: Alan Michael, Janice Miller, Judy Million, Alethia Morgan, Patty Oates, Gene Prosser, Jerry
Prosser, Jerry Purdy, Ronald Quick.
EIGHTH ROW: Sue Ellen Ragsdale, John Reynolds, Jim Richardson, Janice Ruddick, John Ruelf, Jack
Samuels, Charles Sanders, Florence Sanders, Carolyn Sego.
NINTH ROW: Jerry Service, Ann Smith, Gerald Smith, Shirley Smith, Sue Smith, Thomas Vest, Jeanie
Waggener, Leonard Waggerman, Joseph Waltz.
TENTH ROW: Deloris Weaver, Gerald Webb, Marlene Whetstme, Diane White, Norman Willey, Dee Williams,
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FIRST ROW: Joyce Alexander, Robert Baker, Mary Louise Ballard, Art Balsley, Mary Catherine Betts,
Bob Blackwell, Diona Blackwell, Lorna Britan, Nancy Brown, Lennie Buchanan.
SECOND ROW:, Bill Cantwell, Jim Cantwell, Elizabeth Cisco, David Clark, Doris Coffey, Gail Coffman,
Aline Cook, Dorothy Cox, Bill Decker, Jane Demaree.
FIRST ROW: Mike Dunn, John Edmondson, Mary Lue Evans, Reatha Fitzgerald, Dick Foley, Fred Foster,
Sharlene French, Pat Gallagher, Norman Garlet, Russell Gibson.
SECOND ROW: John Golden, Walter Golden, Eugene Goodman, Judy Goodman, Linda Goodman, Mark
Graham, Joyce Greever, Oral Haggard, Ray Hash, Ann Haymaker.
THIRD ROW: Jim Helm, Ann Heminger, Douglas Hendrickson, Charlotte Hensley, Winniemay Hildeman,
Thomas Holtz, Doris Houchin, Scott Howell, Kay Ingle, Marshall Kaserman.
FOURTH ROW: Mack Kasting, Walter Kemp, Sandra Kincaid, Jerry Kinney, Joyce Knapp, Saralee La-
Grange, Lenny Lanahan, Nancy Legan, Carl Lewis, Kay Lucas.
FIFTH ROW: Lyn Manion, Bob Mann, Wanda Mason, Harry Mathis, Dick McNew, Delphia McTarsney
Dianne McTarsney, Toni Minnick, Sally Mitchell, Charles Mofford.
SIXTH ROW: Jeanine Montgomery, Karen Moore, Ginnie Neese, Gail Parsley, Nancy Phares, Linda Pike,
Danny Poe, Jeanie Ramsey, Robert Reed, Francis Richardson.
SEVENTH ROW: Sharon, Ritter, Mark Rogers, Linda Sandefur, Robert Seitz, Janice Servis, Susan Seward,
Mary Ruth Shockney, Nancy Sims, Frances Smith, Jack Smith.
EIGHTH ROW: Joanna Smith, Phyllis Smith, Richard Sm-ith, Patricia Snibely, Judy Snider, Donald Snyder,
Jean Stephens, Cecil Stiver, Don Taylor, Bill Thomas.
NINTH ROW: Beatrice VanCleave, Jimmie VanVleet, Mike Vernon, Lois Vinson, Janice Waggerman, Deana
Walden, Priscilla Wales, Philip, Walters, Marilyn Ward, Pat Watson.
TENTH ROW: Emma Weaver, Steve Weaver, John Whitaker, Bonnie White, Edmund Williams, James Wil-
liams, Alan Winslow, George Wood. Betty Woodworth, Verlin Wray.
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FIRST ROW: Jerry Abercrombie, Deanna Adamson, Sherry Arbuckle, Connie Barclay, Becky Beeler, Bobby
Bingham, Johanna Birchxield, Judy Blackwell.
SECOND ROW: Richard Brammell, Joyce Bridges, David Brown, Robert Brown, Earl Burris, Jearline Buster,
Bill Canary, David Clark,
FIRST ROW: Judy Clark, Lois Clawson, David Cline, Pete Cline, Gordon Coffey, James Coffman, Mike Con-
nerley, Dallas Conway, Susan Copeland.
SECOND ROW: Janice Coulter, Dewey Cowan, Don Cox, Lucille Cox, Patty Coy, Judy Cravens, Steve Dra-
goo, Wayne Durbin, Brenda Ellett.
THIRD ROW: David Ellman, Ronnie Flanders, Deloris Gaffney, Doris Gaffney, Pat Gearhart, Mac Gill,
Carol Goodman, Doris Hague, Ernest Hale.
FOURTH ROW: Robert Ham, Alice Handley, David Harrison, Carolee Haubry, Keith Hayes, Jim Heiney,
Jerry Hopper, Delores Houchin, Judy Hubbard.
FIFTH ROW: Natalie Jackson, Ronnie Jewell, Gene Johnson, Paul Jones, Lynda Keesling, Joyce Kern, Caro-
lyn Legan, Anna Sue Lemley, Norma Lewis.
SIXTH ROW: Delcina Malone, Pat Matlock, Maryka Matthews, Loren McClain, Sue McDonald, Russell
McMillan, Marie Miller, Vernon Miller, Dianne Mitchell.
SEVENTH ROW: Wilma Nalley, Roger Neff, Larry Neville, Judy Newkirk, Clifton Payton, Bob Weaver,
Lowell Perry, Bill Peters, Paul Poe.
EIGHTH ROW: Judy Prall, Martha Raney, Robert Raye, Carol Richardson, Marcella Russell, Phyllis Sanders,
Rita Sefton, Alice Smith, Harold Smith.
NINTH ROW: Marcia Smith, Penny Smith, Roberta Steinbarger, Jan Stiver, Ronnie Sullivan, Betty Thorn-
ton, Ann Tranter, Steve VanAntwerp, Mary Jo Waggener, Mary Ann Wedding.
TENTH ROW: Dave Wesley, Doris Wesley, Janet Wheeler, Janice Whetstine, Anna Mae White, Larry White,
Kenny Wilhite, Betty Witt, Larry Wood, Emilie Yount.
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FIRST ROW: Berry Abercrombie, Sam Arbuckle, Delores Bailey, Debby Baker, Bonnie Ballard, Nick Banos,
Bonnie Beldon, Carol Berry, Priscilla Bowman.
SECOND ROW: Eras Brown, Mary Cameron, Bobby Chasteen, Jon Clark, Wanda Coffey, Rosalee Colin, Dianna
Coulter, Harold Cox, Danny Cummings.
THIRD ROW: Sandra Darrough, Mike DeCourcy, James Derby, Deana Drumheiser, Jerry Dunn, Darrell
Eades, Sharon Easteridge, Ronald Elmore, Donna Lee Evans.
FOURTH ROW: Shirley Fergason, Penny Frahm, Carole Fricker, Linda Gibson, Charlotte Handy, Jay Hardin,
Violet Harrod, Richard Hattabaugh, Mary Louise Hayes.
FIFTH ROW: Fred Haymaker, Joyce Helm, Jane Hettick, Dorothy Houchin, Janet Hunt, Connie Hunter,
Joanna Jackson, Bonnie Johnson, Alan Jones.
SIXTH ROW: David Jones, Janice Kern, Richard Kloepfer, Glenn Lee. Jack Logsdon, Robert Lybrook, Judy
Manuel, Barbara Markham, Katie McClain.
SEVENTH ROW: Tara McQuerry, Sandra Minnick, Joyce Montgomery, Nancy Morgan, Phyllis Morris. Sam
Nalley, Larry Neif, Jeannine Orr, Aloma O'Sullivan.
,EIGHTH ROW: Frederick Overly, Winfred Parton, Kenneth Perkins, Anna Pitman, Sandra Quick, Glen
Randall, Jerry Ratlilf, Donald Reed, Ronald Reed.
NINTH ROW: Ned Service, Larry Setser, Don Shank, Frank Smith, Robert Smith, Larry Smock, Judith
Spaulding, Allen Stout, Tom Taylor.
TENTH ROW: Larry Terhune, June'Terre1l, Mary Sue Titsworth, Robert Vardiman, John Vargo, Joyce
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FIRST ROW: Paul Hughey, Don Foley, Jerry Service, Dick Hendricks, Reggie Brewer, Eddie Legan, Charles
Sanders, Bob Malone, Bill Carmen, Richard Lewis, Don Jones, Andy Acher, Roger Faulkner.
SECOND ROW: Charles Lawson, Gilford Deputy, Jim Mullikin, Steve Bryant, Ken Mahoney, Bill Cook,
Duce Parish, Charles Wood, Phil Pettit, Ronnie Ramsey, Ernest Hill.
THIRD ROW: Asst. Coach Harold Stinson, Justice Wright, Frank Weaver, Bud Jones, John Foist, John Nash,
Jewett McGlocklin, Bob Lamphier, Claude Croucher, Lowell Hendricks, Ronnie Quick, Ass't. Coach Herman
Smith, Head Coach Jesse Lash.
FOURTH ROW: Jack Dunn, Allen Demaree, Bob Townsend. Charles Wheeler, Bob Deckard, Frank Lewis,
Tom Handley, Don Campbell, Dick Jones.
In mid-August the football squad reported to Cc ach Jesse Lash to begin practice. Captain Charles Wood,
Frank Weaver, John Foist, Ronnie Ramsey, and Phil Pettit were the returning lettermen. The starting line-up
during most of the games was as follows: Weaver and Foist at' the ends, Hendricks and McGlocklin at the tackles,
Bryant and Deputy at the guards, Parish at center, Ramsey and Lamphier at the halfback slots, Petitt at full-
back, and Wood at quarterback. Ken Mahoney, Bill Cook, and Claude Croucher all saw plenty of action in the
line. Bud Jones and Frank Lewis were used frequently in the backfield, and Jim Mullikin handled the punt-
ing capably during the early part of the season.
The Cubs' 4-5 record indicates an average season, but some of the defeats Franklin suffered could easily
have been wins. The boys fought their hearts-out all the way and never lost the will to win.
Charles Wood received the annual Most Valuable Player Award at the Lions' Club Football Banquet
which was held after the season ended.
Frank Weaver nailed down an offensive end position on the SCC all-conference team, and Charles Wood
was named as line-backer on the defensive unit.
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KNEELING: Floyd Peyton, Stat, Bob Evans, Coach, Ronnie Scott, Manager.
STANDING: Roy Adams, John Boyd, Lowell Hendricks, Jewett McGlocklin, Bill Cameron, John Foist
Frank Weaver, Bob Lamphier, Ralph Ramsey, James Williams, Charles Wood.
With seven lettermen returning and newcomer Bill Cameron, the Cubs expected to greatly better their
last season's 16-9 record.
Franklin started off with three decisive wins, but a tough Seymour team ended the victory string by a
The Cubs suffered three setbacks in a row before dumping the powerful Columbus Bulldogs from the
ranks of the undefeated by a 66-60 margin.
The Blue and White of Franklin started the New Year off right with three straight triumphs. Gary
Tolleston scraped by the Cubs, 56-55, in a thriller to,start a six game losing streak. During this losing streak,
the Rushville Lions, SCC champs, ended a 14 game winning streak for the Cubs on their home floor with a slim
Coach Bob Evan's team successfully defended Franklin's Sectional Championship to make' it two in a row
for the Cubs.
Greensburg rallied to gain a 59-54 spread against Franklin in the Columbus Regional.
Although the ll-13 record of the Cubs does not look too impressive, they were beaten badly in only one
outing, a 13 point loss to Martinsville. The Cubs gave their all in every game, and the opponents always
knew that they had been through a hard battle.
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FIRST ROW: Warren Burris, Bob Wood, Charles Wheeler, Sam Yount, Frank Friedersdorf, Mr. Hollandbeck,
SECOND ROW: Gordon Brown, Managerg Paul Mann, Bud Jones, John Nash, Jerry Miller, Jerry Webb.
THIRD ROW: Charles Sanders, Bob Etter, Jack Dunn, Alan Demaree, Larry Jacobs, John Cameron
The Cublets, guided by Oren Hollandbeck, finished the season with a respectable 13-7 record. The Re-
serves gave evidence that Franklin will be a strong net power in future years by winning the Reserve
Tourney held at Columbus. The spirit and teamwork displayed by these boys is bound to reap rich rewards.
Franklin 30 Zionsville 33 F1-31 lklrin 48 North Vernon
Franklin 40 Greenwood 27 Franklin 39 Madison
Franklin 31 Southport 39 Franklin 213 Washington
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Franklin 60 Lawrence Cent. 34 Franklin 40 G1'991'1SbU1'2
Franklin 37 Howe 46 'X-Franklin 43 Rushville
Franklin 30 Shelbyville 32 Franklin 38 Martinsville
Franklin 38 Lebanon 50 Franklin 50 Connersville
Franklin 45 Columbus 39 Franklin 44 Shelbyville
Franklin 38 Seymour 34
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FIRST ROW: Donald Snyder, Pat Gallagher. I
SECOND ROW: Jerry Kinney, Ray Hash, Bob Mann, Don Taylor, George Wood, Dick McNeW.
THIRD ROW: Norman Garlet, Carl Lewis, Edmund Williams, Mike Dunn, Danny Poe, Phil Walters, Mr
The Freshman team finished the season with a fine record of eleven wins and only three losses. Coach
Stinson's boys unleased plenty of power in winning the Freshman Tourney at Columbus by dropping Sey-
mour and Columbus. Congratulations to these players and their coach for a job well done!
JUNIOR HIGH TEAM
The Junior High team ended the season with a record of nine wins and three losses. The Graders scored
395 points, while only 291 points were scored against them, giving Franklin a total win margin of 104 points
over their opponents.
Those playing on the squad were Steve VanAntwerp, Jerry Abercrombie, Pete Cline, Bob Brown, Loren
McClain, Jim Heiney, Larry Terhune, Ronnie Sullivan, John Vargo, and Nick Banos.
FRONT ROW: Larry Jacobs, Warren Burris, Jerry Webb, Bob Deckard, Jerry Purdy, Lester VanC1eve.
SECOND ROW: John Cameron, Jack Wilkerson, Ronnie Ramsey, Alan Winslow, Bob Foster, Charles Wheeler
THIRD ROW: Tom Handley, Reggie Brewer, Sam Yount, Frank Weaver, John Foist, Bud Jones, Frank Fried-
ersdorf, "Doc" Smith, Coach.
CLOCKWISE5 Donna Walters, Ann Sanders
Sharon Jackson, Connie Hubbard
Mary Lou Shank. Melinda Simon,
Nancy Meek, Billie Jo Follick.
FIRST ROW: Ronnie Scott, Gordon Brown,, Fay lVIatth9WS.
SECOND ROW: Bill Thomas, Russell Smock, Alan Kennedy, MY- EVHUS, Coach-
The Franklin High School Golf Team made a very acceptable showing at the SCC golf meet held last
fall at the Connersville course. The four-man team of the Cubs finished fourth in the conference, and Alan
Kennedy earned a tie for third place in the individual scoring. Kennedy, with an 83, was only five strokes
behind the medalist. Combs of Seymour, who had a 78 listing. Faye Matthews ended up with a 90, and Bill
Thomas and Russell Smock were close behind with scores of 93 and 96 respectively. The Cubs finished with
361 strokes, while Seymour, the champion, had a 334 total.
Earlier in the fall the Cub hnksmen were edged out Tn a close match, 10-8 by Martinsville. A practice
match at Connersville also helped to prepare the bovs for the SCC meet.
This spring Coach Bob Evans scheduled seven matches for the Grizzlies. The Cubs also entered the State
Sectional Golf Tourney.
Next years squad should be one of the best in years with four veterans returning.
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