Franklin High School - Key Yearbook (Cedar Rapids, IA)

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Middle Row GEXTRUDE JAMES, HELEN KETTH, ALVENA STONE, BLANCHE HUNTER, Banmca PRATT, FBRN SKBIN Front Row RUTH FLEEK, Paolzms BINGHAM, HELEN HRUBESH, MARGUERITE CHAPWAN, ERLIA OBBRG, LORNA Scuuprafvr, ELEANOX SCHIJMP, Amzuz JANZOW A Timm: .SQ PM ,vb T 2 ' 42 L , 'A rk . ,QM f . . ,KVM K ' ,,D4,,,,, A A ,-.-,w,--H, V. -W ..,,. Y... Z it gf' H- W-V Y - , V. 1 - L . +11-V, ' V V- ' , -V A Q. 5 -AL ,- lj-Q .V V V 1 - h 4 - '-,M J F ' ,J -i. it 'N L. mi V, - 1 "X- Y , ., . I 3 -. LJ. M' 'J " 1. X..., - C x X Y fl X Q. , , 'x B ' .' . . , - ,J . " 1 f - r a ' 1 1 ' " Va ' ' ' : 1 1 - 1 '- .., -L,-.,...., , , L -, ,- - - Ja- ' , JA: 7..,,--,, g-., - .. Divixion af Czzlmml B!lL'kg1'0Zl726i and Health 'z ITM' rg' THEM, as F' Back Raw: HELEN LA1PvLE, GERTRUDE BEUTER, FRANK KINCH, LILLIAN CLARK, GERALDINE LAMoNT,. Middle Kaul: LULU PETERSON, HELEN LEVSEN, RUTH MARTIN, LEONE SUTHERLAND, LORENA SAMUELSON Front Row: MARJORIE BRUNNER, MARGARET MEYERS, ERMA LOWE, CAROLYN KAHLER, GRACE Low. Divirion of Hmmm Relnzriom FOUR Back Raw: CARR LAVELL, J. C. BENSON, ORv1LLE RUST, HARRY RonsoN. Front Raw: RUTH WHALEY, MAYFRE1: STONE, EVA BYERLY, EDITH Hows. K5 CLA Barry M. ANDERSON "Andy" "Cham" Latin Club 11139 Treble Clcf Singers IOA, 11, 12Bg Operetta, "Trial By Jury." Romani BARNETT - . . Bab. . Football Squad 11, 125 Class Assembly Play 11B' Senior Play' Honor Assembly Com- mittee 11 12 Class Secretary 10A 11B ELIZABETH BAUMGARDNER Betty 1.1113 Lou Thesplan 12 Class Assembly Pl my 11A 17.B Operetta Creatures ollmpulse 11A COLLEEN BEDELL SATDIIJ' Thcsman 11A Treble Clef Smgcls 12B Senior Play Op rettas Trnl By ury Creatures of Impulse Sportsmanshxp Committee 12A Class Assemblv Play 17.13 PAUL Banana Naomi! Bowsen Class Assembly Play 1215, Senior Play ss GF JANUARY, 1944 WAYNE CANIPBELL "Weed" "Camp" Class Assembly Play. JACQUELINE CARBERRY ...I-opml.. 1 i Le Ccrclc Francais 12Ag Treble Clcf Singers 11A' Class Assembly Play 11A' Senior Plrfyg Class President 11B 1. THEODORA D.-xvrs Tedd-9 Thcspxan 12A Treble Clef Singers 11 IZB Senior Play Hospitality Committee 1213 KENNETH DELP Delpy Football Squad 11 12 Basketball Squad 11 12 Tennis Team 12, Thunderbolt Athletic Cluh 11 12 Natrona! Athlenc Honor Soc1ety1Z,SemorPlny Operetta, Creatures oflmpulse Hospitality Committee 11 12, lass Secretary 1013 12A Permanent Scenery Co11m1ttee11A 12. ' MARIETTE EINEN Elma Mathemaucs Club 12B Dlstrtct Music Contest 11B Salou Orchestra 11 1ZB Stud1oBand 11 12B 'Q ,, rr- 1 E' A1 -Q4 u BERNARD ENGLER Washington Hrgh Sioux Falls S D Senior Play 1 .f 1 . F tvs - v ' y 4 s , : ' . . , Q ll l.. z J A 'Kgs - 1 .. rn U . I .. l, Wj 1" A Y U 'ru HY Y H In . , V l ' ..l , 'l.. ' 9 ll-A 9 ,. b , ' 5 1- - A- - g . . ,f -. r l. , 9 ,, .I ' ,f , sv A . .. 5 i ".. ' -l 2 9 1 ' ' ' . 5 5 ' . , : ' ' C 1 ':" ' ' ' l ' , ' - 1 - . . . , . .f l ,. ll' U full , ' t " ' 'NH'-a wr u - -fr, 1-ff'-H -A 1 l-'. . . , - -- ' 1 Ei-e V, L kkrliillgfgd p-I 1 V.. A. . ,. , 11 " - " ' 11'L,:.:. "' . , . . 1 M TW'-fav., - I - it " ' V 1.-'-'Q' ' 9 -' - 5 . . , . - - lun, E 4 'ivan ' gffil- 7 - Egg T ' -if V M- W A Kuff' - lfgfif-A U .. if ' 1 l'f'1l-"H A 4' gl Q31 ry1'rr.nlf frffgn hifi-wg. .. W' 'llieeg' ' , 'ms 1' - . , , la. 'l ff' f ' Ti: , W, su ' 'ijgjfgfig ' ' 25' Y .Jim . , - X Si. I r , ' s ,ff , ig? . - , -Arrestits-3:..:sf,f.' 1,4 fjgg 1 ' , A , - 1 . ' . Y -. . , . I U is if ' 1' ' . -Ay if - iii? ' ffl .LQ ' V , ' la. 1, . 5 s ll .fused A 1 - " Qi' ,. V ' vw'-:.'ff35f' ' W ' ', Y V 1213 , .R CLASS OF JANUARY, 1944 Doaon-rY Fxmwow "Dad1j"' "Dot" Thespian 11, 12, Secretary 12Ag Hospitality Committee 10. IZA. Mmnruzn LENORE FULLER . .Mylle. . Treble Clef Singers 11Bg Debate Team 10g Class Assembly Play 104 District Music Contest 10, 11g State Music Contest 113 Operctta, "Trial By Jury" IOA. ARLBNE GUNDLING "Gund'y" DONALD HARLAN --Dann Mathematics Club 10g Class Assembly Play 12.135 Senior Play 1211: Permanent Lighting Committee 11A, 12. Acqunmun HARMON "facquic" Benson High School, Omaha. JAMES Ronmvr Hass "Abc" Football Squad 11, 125 Basketball Squad 11, . 12g Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 12. Six I- in is pi rf Y ., V Q -di t: ' ' 'i f-. 1 V 1 1 i - Y . ' . as-mf '11 s 1 1, ' ' U Q , , 1, - I 1 His. .. ,- " HJ-, , 1 -1, i l " -1, is .,,. ge.: ' 1 Ls: KEITH Hmns "Pm" "1t,ff1iy' Football Squad 11, 125 Basketball Squad 10, 115 Golf Team 115 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 125 National Athletic Honor Society 12Ag Senior Play 12Ag Public Relations Eommittec 12153 Hospitality Committee 11, R onlinr HLADEK . . Bob - . X Mathematics Club 12135 Class Assembly Play 1213: Senior Play 12Ag Operetta, "Trial By Jury" 1OA. CHARLES Homcms ..Chilb'.. Mathematics Club 10A CPrcs.Jg Football Squad 11, 125 Basketball Squad 11, 12gTraclt Team 11, 12g Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 12 Presicientg National Athletic Honor Society 10, 11, 17.9 Senior Play 1ZAg Honor Assembly Committee 12Ag Class President 12Ag Class Secretary 11Ag Hawkeye Boys' State 12Bg Permanent Carpentry Committee 12. BEVERLY Hovzn .--Btu., 'Treble Clef Singers 11A, 11g Opererta, "Creatures of Impulse" 12A. MARGARET ALICE Hxtusxca . . Pg . . Le Cercle Francais 11A, Secretary: Festival Play 17.155 Senior Play 1ZAg Hospitality Committee 11. CHARLENE Hunan ' ' Chuckie' ' Latin Club 10gMathematics Club l0A'g Honor Assembly Committee 10, 11, 12. CLASS OF JANUARY, 1944 MARGARET HUNTER "Marg" Thespian 12Ag Treble Clef Singers 11Bg Sophrosyne 123 Senior Play 17.Ag Operettas, "Trial by-Iury," and "Creatures oflmpulsef' Hospitality Committee 125 Class Vice- Presirlent 1OAg Class Treasurer IIBQ Per- manent Costumes Committee 11: Editor- in-Chief, Franklin Post IZA. RICHARD E. KBMP ' "Dick' ' Mathematics Club 10g Senior Playg Operetta, "Trial byJury,," and "Creatures of Impulsef' Hospitality Committeeg Class President 10, 11Bg Hawkeye Buys' State. FIONA KENNEDY ..Fi. . LeCercle Francais IIA, Vice-Presidentg Mathematics Club 105 Festival Play 12Bg Sophrosyne 125 Senior Play 12Ag Salon Orchestra 10, 11, 12g Martha Washington Committee 10, 11, 12g Hospitality Oom- mittee 11, MARY JOANN KINDIG Aja.. McKinleyg Treble Clet' Singers IIA, 12g Operetta, "Creatures of Impulse" 12A. MARTHA Korn. Girls' State Athletic Association 1OA, I1 12 QPresident IZBDQ Girls' Athletic Associa: tion 10, 11, 113 Mathematics Club 10B, District Music Contest IZBQ Senior Play Salon Orchestra 11, 125 Carnegie Art Com: mittee 11A, 125 Baton Corps 10, 11, IZB. Doxus LE GRANT Thespian IZAQ Festival Play 12BgSophrosync IZA' Senior Pla 12Ag Public Relations - Y Committee 11A, IZ. ,sa a.. .-. ,Q f' H all it -Vmzjlnl-ik'gfv1,:, .im .iq - W2 ia Q 4 J 1 V va". t, 3 , 1 ' 6-5 . f . l at-'f - A. win 355. E., I I warm'-:"c'-' H ' X. 7 I in rj: ,r GUY LINVTLLE "Lindy' ' Kentucky Military Institute 11. 12Bg Tennis Team 10: Senior Play. HUEERT LYMAN DOROTHY J EAN LYNOTT ADW.. Le Cercle Francais 12A3 Girls' State Athletic Association 11, 12g Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation 10, II. 12g Senior Playg Business Committee 12Bg Class Treasurer IIA. MARY ANNE MAsoN Mathematics Club 105 Thespian 11, 17.5 Treble Clef Singers 12Ag Martha Washington Committee IZA 3 Hospitality Committee 1 LA. NEDRA MCNABNEY ..Nm,.. NIcKinley3 Thespiang Senior Playg Operetta, "Trial by juryf' Martha Washington Coru- mittee IIA, IZB. PAUL MCNALL ..MdC., ..-Pill.. Rooseveltg Mathematics Club 10g Track Teamg Class Assembly Play IIA: Salon Orchestra 11133 Studio Band 11, IZB. SEVEN CLASS or JANUARY, 1944 JAMES E. Manx . jim. . Golf Team 10, 11, 129 Thunderbolt Athletic Club, National Athletic Honor Societyg Business Committee 11, 12g Class Treasurer 10A. ALICE RUTH Mums "Mike" Le Cercle Francais, Presiclentg Girls' State Athletic Association IOA, 11, 12, Vice- Prcsigient 12139 Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 129 Mathematics Club 10:Sophrosyne 125 Senior Playg Lyceum Committee 10, 11, 12g Hospitality Committee 11, 12. 01-IN NASH CAROLYN NELSON "5'u1zny" "Carol" Thcspian 11135 Hospitality Committee HB. JEAN ANN NELSON 1 J 1 4 . v 1 tdnnlt Treble Clef Singers 11, 123 Operettas, Gypsy Trail, Trial by jury, Creatures of Impulse. DONALD Nzroucicy ' 'Don' ' EIGHT l 1 Q C Ili ANNA MAB OSTERLAND Arm Amm Mathematics Club 105 Treble Clef Singers 11g Music Director in School Sing IIAQ District Music Contest 10A, 11A ,State Music Contest 10,-Kg Senior PlaygSalon Orchestra 10, 11,12 GCORIA M. PAHL ROBERT M. Perno .Bohn V JAMES H. Ptcrcronn "f, P." "Pick" Mathematics Club 10g Football Squad 11, 12g Baslcetbull Squad 11, 12g Thunderbolt Athletic Club 12g National Athletic Honor Society: Senior Play: Salon Orchestra 1ZBg BuclgetCommittee3ClassVice-Presidentl1Ag Class Secretary 1213, Class Treasurer 12Ag Hawkeye Boys' State. CAROL ANN Pxuctm Treble Clef Singers 103 Carnegie Art Com- mittee 12g Hospitality Committee 9. 10. 11, 12. ARLENE Ross "Rada" "Curb" Senior Playg Salou Orchestra 10, 113 Hospi- tality Committee 11 , 17. ,Permanent Costumes Committee 11. 5. CLASS OF JANUARY 1944 KENNETH SAVEI. Skim Scmor Play Permxnent Clrpentry Com mlttec 12 Class Trewurcr 12B PATRICIA SCI-:Elms at LOUIS E SHEPAIID Festival Play Semor l'l1y Op ren.: Tr1.Il bylufy XVILLIAM SIMMONS I Thesplan 12 Festival Play IZB Senior Plav Budget Commnttce 10B 12A Class Preslclent 1B BEVERLY SMITH Smztrj Mathematics Club 10 Treble Clcf Smgcrs 11B 12B Senxor Play Opcretta Trml by Iury Crc1rures of lmpulsc Budget Commxttec 12 Class Vxce Presxdent 11A DONALD EVERETT SMIIH Dan Smrtg' a Semor Play Class Vlcc lrcsldent 12B POLLY SPOHN e Ccrcle Francals 12A Class Assembly Play enxor Play Studio Band 11 12B Hosp: talxty Commtttee 11B 11A REBECCA ANE STONE Becky Thcspxan Vxce President 12A Treble Clef Smgers Treasurer and President 12B 11A Fesuval Play 12B Dxstrlct Musxc Contest 10 11 17. State Musrc Contest 10 11 Sophrosyne IZA Operctta Tnalbyjuty Creatures of Impulse Salon Orchestra 10 11 17. Hospxtalxty Commute: 10 11 11 Class VIce Presxdent 10B 12A CRAIG SWEET Dzng FootballSquazl1O 11 12 BnsketballSquad 10 11 12 TracltTeam11 11 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11 12 LAUEENCE TANNEII Larfy Sportsmanshnp Commxttee 17.A HELEN TE OMAS JAMES A VICTOEINE Vx: Te Ccrclc Francais IZA Latm Club 10 Opcrctta Trlal by Jury Martha Wash mgton Commute: 12A NINE CLASS OF JANUARY, 1944 JI'-QFINB W-tl-LACE RAYMOND CLARENCE XVESTROM Jeanna ' ' Rgy' ' Le Cerclc Francais 12Ag Senior Play lZAg Lyceum Committee 123 Hospitality Com- miczee 11A. MARGARET WALLACE Lf Wli'LlAllf YOUNG APE y.. Bill gg . . 2 uifll "' il-fQ:f,'7"f Track Team IXAQ Public Relations Com- Cemral and Hzghland Park Hxgh School, : 33- gl 5 - mime 12 Dmoinmichigan. lg!! A A ' ' L'5fj'g'E ' if Gil: ' nm '- ' - , f li Lf' 1 mifzf I - JEAN ZIMlsiERMAN I MARGARET BARRY Hjcaniz' ' "Barry ' L: Cercle Francais IZAQ Senior Play. Le Ccrcle Francais 123 Mathematics Club 10. HB1-EN DVORAK WxLuAM MCFANN Senior Play. O F F I C E R S JANUARY CLASS OF 1944 Pmridmt ..... . . .CHARLES Hof-Kms Vice-Pfexident. . . . .REBECCA STONE Secretary ..... . . .KENNETH DEEP Trefzmref. . . - - AMES PICKFORD TEN Bnrsy JEAN Arznnnsou "Bets" "fran" Girls' Athletic Association 125 Mathematics Club 10Ag Operetta, "Creatures of Impulse" 11B. DONN A BALLOU Anarnosa ELIZABETH BARBER I Le Cercle I-rancaxs 12A Girls State Athletic Assocmtmn 11 17. Gxrls Athlenc Assocxa non 10A 11 12 Class Assembly Play 11A All Cxty Orchcstr:s11A Salou Orchestra 12 HospItalItyComm1ttee12 BatonCorps9 10 VERLA BERGLOPII HAIIIIIET BBRNSTEIN Harry Girls StateAthletIcAssocIatIon10A 11 12 GIrls AthlctlcAssocIatIorI10 11 12 Laun Club 12B Tbesplan 11B Fesuval Play 12B MUSIC Director ID School Smg 10 11 11 Operctta Creatures of Impulse Publlc Relatmns Commlttee 12B Class Secretary EVAJANE BISHOP am Thespxan 12A Treble Clef Sxngers 10A 11 HUSPl!lllIy Commxttee 12A Permanent Make up Committee CLASS OF JUNE, 1944 VIRGINIA Bonn ' 'Ginny' ' Le Cerclc Francais IIAQ Girls' State Athletic Association IOA, 11, 113 Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 123 Senior Play. EUGENE BUIII Germy Warmy Football Squad 11 11 Permanent Carpentry ommlttee 11 MIIIIIE1. BIJIINELL Le Certle Francais IZA Thesplmn 11 Class Assembly Play 10A Honor Kssemhlv Com mIttee12 Hospitality Comnuttce 10 11 I1 Festival Play 11A Thespun Play IZA Scnwr Plav PATRICIA CARBERRY dl Mathemntlcs Club 10 Treble Clef Slngers 11 Accompmrst In School Sxng IIB Operettn Creatures of Impulse 11A RUTH SHIRLEY CAIIPENUI1 Swish Sprxngulle High School GEORGIA ANNE CASH Georgm Spencer Hrgh School Envlu fl BETH' JEAN Com: "Barts" Roosevelt I-lighg Treble Clet' Singers. ROBERT THOMAS CONDON "Bob" "Hawk" Le Cercle Francnisp Studio Bantl5 Class 'Treasurer 11A. EVELYN COOPER . .CMF . Operetta, "Creatures of lmpulse5" Class Trcnsuter IZB. ROSEMARY COOPER "Captain" "Coop" Le Ccrclc Francais 12A-Vice-Presidentg Girls' State Athletic Association 10A5 Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 12B Secretaryg Mathematics Club 10A5Thespinn 10, 11, 12, Secretary, Sophrosyne 12B5 Martha Wash- ington Committee 11, 125 Permanent Painting Comm' 0, 11, 115 Senior Play. . A I 1 ANET CRABBE Ajay.. Le Cercle Francais 1ZA5 Girls' State Athletic Association 11, 125 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 10A, 11, 125 Mathematics Club 105 Thespian 11A, 17.3 Treble Clef Singers IZB5 GolfTeam 11, 125 Class Assembly Play 11B5 Operetta, "Creatures oflmpulse' ' 12B5 Honor Assembly Committee 17.5 Hospitality Com- mittee 125 Class President 11A5 Class Vice- Presiclent 11B5 Festival Play 11Ag All City Music Contest 12A5 Senior Play. HELEN Cnoucn Girls' State Athletic Association 10: Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 125 Thespian 12A5 Treble ClefSingers10, 11, 12B5 Operat- ta, "Creatures of Impulse." TWELVE CLASS OF rr rl h JUNE,1 944 r . ' .5 p ' 1 M. : E il ' l A ,za i ,, , MARIE Dor-nannf ' 'Mart' ' Wilson. Rosz-MARIE Dont . .R0. . Le Cercle Francais l2A5 Mathematics Club 105 Music Director in School Sing 1oA5 Sophrnsync 1285 Operetta 12B, "Creatures of 1mpulse5" All City Music Contest 12A5 Sportmauship Committee 125 Senior Play. PATRICIA ANN DUDBK "Pat" "Patty Ann" Girls' State Athletic Association 10A, 11,125 Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 125 Operttta, "Creatures of ln1pulse5" Baton Twirlers Corps 9, 10, 11, 125 Senior Play. GORDON FENNELL ' ' 'Gordie' ' Latin Club 12A5 Mathematics Club 105 Thespian 10, 11, 125 Debate Tram 105 Master of Ceremonies in School Sing5 Thespian Play 11, 12 5Sopl1rosyne 12B5Senior Play 12A5 Festival Play 11, 125 Public Relations Com- mittee 10, 11, 125 Hospitality Committee 10, 11, 12: Sportsmanship Committee 17.. WILLIAM FLETCHER "Bill" "Baby" Mathematics Club 105 Thespian 11A, 125 Football Squad 11, 125 Basketball Squad 10, 11, 125 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 125 Narional Athletic Honor Society 11, 125 Class Assembly Play 11B5 Sophrosyne 125 Studio Band 10, 115 Martha Washington Committee 10, 11, 12.5 Hospitality Cum- mittee 10, 11, 125 Class President 10. 1113, 12A5 Hawkeye Boys' State 11:15 Spring Festival Play 11A: Senior Play. MN JAMES H. GRAHAM .-lim.. Central High School, Omaha.5Football Squad 105 Basketball Squad, Manager, 10, 115 Senior Play. CLASS OF JUNE, 1944 NANCY GREEN aNd-rin -tomar., I Le Cercle Francais IZA: Mathematics Club 10Ag Sophrosyne 12BgLyceum Committee 123 Class Vice-President 12Bg Sportsmanship Committee 11g Standing Costume Com- mittee 10. Joyce Hausotr . .HanU. . Alexandria, Virginiagle Cercle Francais 12Ag Mathematics Club 10Ag Treble Clef Singers 10Ag All City Music Contest IZA. NEWBLL Halvrnum "Hard" "Newtrum" Mathematics Club 105 Thespian 1lAg Track Team 11, 123 Cross Country Team 113 Class Assembly Playg Carnegie Art Committee 10, 11, 115 Permanent Painting Committeeg Senior Play. ' Rouizrvr Hawoxvru "Bob" "Bubba" "Rollin" Mathematics Club 105 Football Squad 105 Basketball Squad 105 Class Treasurer 10. Donortuf HEICKSEN "Dairy" "Dot" "Dorrie" Standing Cnstume Committee. Columns Hxanmucitsos Hcorky.. - v Le Cercle Francais IZA: Mathematics Club 1OAgHospitality Co n.uittee12AgSpartsman- ship Committee 12. I EFF, 'iff' ' V 5 wifi.-4. ' ' 1-':. L., lint- J is S ' X ' gggfl V 5: l 1 ' . . 5-if l ' 'Q . Q ii . 9. -5 l iff: L I ll s 3 w. 2 I , l l ,J I sy ' .fc t Jiaff2!3i117t-. 4 ,, , ,AT-".-sei lv. ft? l l l l Pmnuvs House "Pbil" "Wolf" "E:lzy" "Tb: Monstern Sportsmanship Committee 12A. Jour: Ronan Honore "Tb: Ear" "Honey II" ' Kentucky Military lnstituteg Mathematics Club 10Ag Football Squad Manager 11Bg Track Team 11g Class Assembly Play 10Ag Carnegie Art Committee 10A 3 Sportsmanship Committee 12: Senior Play, FRANK HOWLAND ' Operetta "Creatures of llnpulsef' Class Treasurer 11Bg Senior Play. HAROLD JOHNSON "Olaf" "Ollie" "Felix" Mathematics Club 11A. Law not-Ice Jo nNsoN ' 'Larry' ' Mathematics Club 10Ag Distrist Music Contest 10Ag State Music Contest 1OAg All City Orchestra 12gSalon Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Studio Band 10, 11, 123 All City Music Contest 11A, 12A Q Sophrosyneg Senior Play. PEGGY JUNE Jomas mpeg. . Memphis High Schoolg Girls' State Athletic Association 10A, 11, 17.5 Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 123 Mathematics Club 105 Baton Corps 10, 11, 11Bg Class Assembly Play 1lA, IZA: Studio Band 11. THIRTBBN JOANNB Knnuzc "Kam" Lc Cercle Francais 11Ag Girls' State Athletic Association 115 Girls' Athletic Association 11A, 123 Mathematics Club 10Ag Sophro- syne. Enom KALLIEL ..Ed.,. Milton Public School, Milton, North Dakota, Roosevelt High Schoolg Mathe- matics Club 10, Football Squad 11, 12.gTraclc Team 11g,Senlor Play. CONSTANCE L. KLIMA "Connie" Senior Play. ELEANO11 Koum Girls' State Athletic Association IOA, 11, 17.g Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 11g Mathematics Club 105 Baton Corps 10, 11, 12135 All City Orchestra 125 Salon Orchestra 123 Studio Band 11A. ANN Kustmmt Etnmetsburg High School. Jfimzs Lune "Cowie" "Fearless" "C. X " 'Snark' ' Sportsmanship Committee 12.Ag Public Relations Committee 11. FOURTBEN CLASS Oli' JUNE, 1944 BETTY Louisa L1Nxc Girls' State Athletic Association IOA, 11, 123 Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 12g Mathematics Club 105 All City Music Contest l1Ag All City Orchestra 125 Salon Orchestra 124 Business Committee 12g Hospitality Committee 11. MARJORIE LODGE "Marge" "Margie" "Manly" Thespinn 12: Permanent Malte-Up Com- mittee 11, 12. INA BELLE LoNG "Inky" Le Cercle Francaisg Treble Clet' Singers 125 Class Assembly Playg Operetta, "Creatures of Impnlsef' Salon Orchestra. he ANDREAN Lowa ' 'Andy' ' Accompanlst for School Sing IOB, 12Ag Sophrosyneg Operetta "Creatures of Im- pulsef' Hospitality Committeeg Festival Play, LOIS MASON Manly High Schoolg Girls' AState Athletic Association 10Ag Girls' Athletic Association 10,11,17.. WILLIAM MCBAIN "Mar" "Brazier" Football Squad 10, 11, 12: Basketball Squad llg Thunderbolt Athletic Clubg National Athletic Honor Society. CLASS OF JUNE, 19 Rnoxs McCnAciciN ..Reg.. Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Girl-1' Athletic Association 12135 Mathematics Club 11B5 Treble Clef Singers 11135 Operetta, "Creatures oflrnpulsef' Ronnnr MCGINNIS "McGee" Mathematics Club 105 Thespinn 125 Track Team 105 Class Assembly Play IOA, 11A5 Senior Play. JOHN P. MCP.ARTLAND "Pat" "Mac" "The Eye" "Honey I.. Football Squad 10, 11, 17.5 Thunderbolt Athletic Club, Vice-President 17.135 National Athletic Honor Societv 5 Class President 12135 Hawkeye Boys' State 19435 Franklin Post Committee 115 Permanent Carp tr om- mittee 12B5 Senior Play. ILA M1cttALnc ..Mi:.. trsbarv-. Salon Orchestra 105 Business Committee HA. MABLB Mtnum ' 'Salbf' Hospitality Committee. NAYDBNB MILLER ' 'N irkqy' ' 4 4 MARJORY Moms: ..MgrU.. McKinley High School5 Mathematics Club 105 Treble Clef Singers IZA5 Operetta, "Creatures of Impulse" IZB5 Business Com- mittee' Senior Play. fi ai- 0132? DALE MORGAN Latin Club 115 Mathematics Club 105 Thespian 10, 115 Debate Team 105 Class Assembly Play 1050perettn, "Trial byjury5" Honor Assembly Committee 10, 115Tl:iespian Playg Festival Play. Joyce NASH ".S'harg"' "Tim" "PeeWe:" OLGA NAXERA Girls' State Athletic Association 10.15 Girls' Athletic Association 1013, Treasurer 11A, Presirlent IZB5 Treble Clef Singers 11A5 Operetta., 'Creatures of Impulse" HB5 All City Music Contest. FAITH Nnulnunccmt ..Ngjf.. ..NtD,ic.. Mathematics Club 10A5 Thespian IZA5 Permanent Malte-Up Committee. Jon PARCELL "foe" "Bud" "Par" Mathematics Club 105 Studio Band 11, 12B. Ftrntsu Iomz Psnznson i ' ' Pete' ' 'Girls' State Athletic Association 11, 12, Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 125 Latin Club12AgAll CityOrchestragSopl1rosyne12g Operetta, "Creatures of Impulse" 12Bg Honor Assembly Committee 10, 11, 12, Class Secretary 10Bg Festival Play 12Ag Senior Play. THOMAS Ptclcronn "Tm" "Tam" Shattuck Military School: Mathematics Club 10Ag District Music Contest 104 State Music Contest 109 National Music Contest 10g Studio Baud 10, Budget Committee 10, 11. 125 Hospitality Committee 105 All City Music Contest 105 Sportsmanship Com- mittee 123 Sophrosyne. W1L1.1AM PLocK ' 'Bill' ' Mathematics Club 10AgThespian 1011, 11, 125 Class Assembly Play 108, 11A, 12Ag Senior Play 12Ag Operetta, "Creatures of Impulse" 12Bg Permanent Lighting Committee 11, 125 Senior Play. MARIAN POLLITZ Girls' State Athletic Association 10A, 11, 12, Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 12, Pres- ident 12Ag Mathematics Club 1DAg Soph- rosyne 11: Operetta, "Creatures of Impulse" 128: Class Secretary IOB, 1OAgClassTre.isurer IOB, 1011. JAMES W. Pot.t.ocxc "jim" "Palb1" Track Team Manager IIA, Business Com- mittee 12g Class Secretary 11A CHARLES RASLBY "Chuck" SIXTEEN CLASS OF JUNE, 1944 W, wg- l rf ,- 4 X . E sf- .. '- F' .: ' 72:1 r f , i 'V . l ,A 1 , 4 s 3 l 1 4 5 1 i ,Q t 2- -- ' fest:--1: ,, , ""-'Tim L gr '- ' , Q 1 . W isis? L , : L. ' 1 'li Jaw . 1: .3 .wi 25 T wh px V1 Q .. X l if .f ' X . ,a , ,X . . s' XY l I I - e , 1 , . r XP , M: , v -., Lnwis Rnisn .. . .. Lowe Mathematics Club 10g Football Squad 9, 10, 115 Thunderbolt Athletic Club: National Athletic Honor Society. ORVILLE C. RENNIE, JR. . .Tmf . Davenport High Schoolg Mathematics Club 12159 Thespian 11A, 12g Football Squad 11113 Class Assembly Play 113 Sportsmanship Committee 125 Class Vice-President 11Ag Senior Play. MBLDA MARY Ruomzs "Du.vQy" "Mel" DEAN RING ufupiter' ' Latin Club IZAQ Mathematics Club 105 Thcspian 11, 125 Football Squad 17.3 Debate Team 103 District Music Contest 104 All City Orchestra 113 Sophrosyne 125 Salon Orchestra 105 Lyceum Committee 11, 124 Festival Play 11Ag Class Secretary 10Ag Class Treasurer 1ZAgSenior Play. Donormt Route "Droupie" Treble Clef Singers 10.1, 11B Hamm T Rimou East l-lizh School, ochestcr. New York l i !i r Ass OF JUNE 19 6 ICHARD UST k' 6 Du 5 Thespzau 11 17. Foothill ad 10 11 11 Bask?all SquadiKT ck Team 10 11 11 kihuu erbo A LClub11 17. Nauonnl A thleuc Home cncry 10 11 11 Sophrosync 17. LIS Committee 11 12 Semor Plav OAN RYAN Sacrel Heart Academy Fargo North Dakota Treble ClefS1nger:. 12B Opcrctta Creatureioflmpulee 12B vg- WILLIAM R Savaszz 1 All Cnty Orchestra Roma SCHAFPNBR Lana Club 10 Mathenzancs Club 10 N OXMA SCHMAT1' Latm Club 10 Vlathenxatxcs Club 11 Pu YLLIS SCHNOEDELEN P 1 Trebl:ClefSxugers11 12 AllCxty Orchestra Creatures of Impulse 11B gi.. rf? 'E' ,ff V I A , 1, Wg LEETTA Scmummsn LMS Skippy Thespmn 12A Treble Clef Slngers 10A Operctta Creatures of Impulse 11B amtmg Committee 12B WILLIANI D SEVERA Bzl Eric Sw Wzllle Football Squad 11B Team: Team 11 Cross Country 10 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11 17. All Cny Musnc Contest 12 All Crty Orchestra 11 Salon Orchestra 10 11 12 Studxo Band 10 11 12 Permanent Carpentry Committee 11 ROBERT Sun rs Sheet: Dar Mnthemaucs Club 10 All-Cxty Musu. Contest All-City Orchestra Hospxtalxtv Committee 11A Senior Play I Fort Matlxson Iowa Mathcmaucs Club 10 Permanent Lxghtmg Commxttce 10 11 11 WILAURA S SKIBN Wzlly .fue McKinley Le Cercle Francaxs 11A Mathc matxcs Club 10 All Cxty Music Content Treble Clef Slngcrs 1113 Muslc Director ln School S1ug1OA 11A Operetta Creatures oflmpulse 12B DONALD Soucmzx George Stanwuud l-hgh Snvnz-rrnnw C L A O , 4 4 Ran - QI l Ll I ' Ao xl ll 1 it k ' - . 1 , 3 . S .1 1 . . . : . . : , . , r -I g g , - . 2 as ' , " 3 '- , 5 ' ,Q A " P' ' ' . ' ' . , 72-rl Y' 1 .- A ' ' ,. fi , ' a "Tl O . '- -vf 3 L :V P b v -' X 1 ' Q' . 4 - tif 1' - l f ei' ,pf ' Q,:,Js1. 'I ,, , 3,1 J 1 P YEA' ' 'WT ' C . - , I I ,FI ul. , .. 9 ' 5 ' ' 4 " - : 1 ' 4 . . 1 LA, A-. . . - I 2 Q --B-UH .1 H .. -. . ' I ' 5 ' '. , S . Y. ' ' I . 'Y 'Wi 'L 'L 1-fA"': XVILLIAMSHOSVERS ' ' ' 1 ? ate ' i'.1f'?.1. "BVI" ri ' ' , I - , I .-1.5: V - - - I l ll f , 'i r ' I H , f Mr ' yu' 64,1 l - l 1 V 5?-3, 1 1,04 an f A ' s -' 13,553 xi? ., 1 .,4,1"-' 's ' I g :ET ', ' ,' 'L-7 :1 ..?7lli'3l1 f A , f. -:Lip re ' I. ' I ' l ll rl ll v 11.11 QI 3 1 ' . , ' 5 ' 9 - . Q - -' X , .1 bi.. :mm E -1 H . . : ' 5 ' . 1 '- A r REBECCA ELLEN SPEAR "Becky" "Beck" Opcretta, "Creatures of Impulse." MERCEDES STALEY i . M.y',,. . North High, Omaha, Nebraska. LETTIE S'rEwA11'r ' Stew Le Cercle Francais IZA3 Mathematics Club IOA3 Treble Clef Singers 11B3 Opcrerta, "Creatures of lmpulse3" All City Music Contest 1213. MARY HELEN Srorrs ' 'Tam' ' Girls' Athletic Association 11B3Thespian 11, 123 Treble Clef Singers 12B3 Operetta, "Creatures of Impulse" 12133 Senior Play. HILDA MARGARET SWANN ".S'w4nee" JIM TAGGART ..Tdg.. Immaculate Conceptiong Mathematics Club 10Ag Thespian 11, 123 Cross Country Team 12133 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 12B3Per- manent Carpentry Committee 11, 12. EIG HTEEN CLASS OFJUNE,19l44 pug Cm X . EE., l xxl ge.. !l..,. -ill: 1 i MARION TAYLOR "Taylor" 'Tay' ' Latin Club 10, 11, 123 Mathematics Club 103 Thespiau 12A3 Sophrosyne 12133 Operetta, "Creatures of lmpulsef' All City Music Contesr3 Sportsmanship Committee 12133 Hospitality Committee 17.B. GEORGE Tnompsou ' ' Tammy' ' Latin Club 103 Marhematirs Club 10g Foot- hall Squad 9- 11, 123 Basketball Squad 10, 113 GolfTeam 9.-K, 12113 Track Team IOA, 11A, Manager 10A 3 Th underbolt Athletic Club 10, 11, iz. MAIKION To Ms ' 'Tirmqy' ' ' ' Tomfic' ' Le Cercle Francais IZA3 Latin Club 103 Mathematics Club 103 Sophrnsyne. WINTON Toms "Wi:1' ' "lfVinnic" Basketball Squad 10, 123 Track Team 10, 11, 123 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 10, 11, 12. SHIRLEY Taowmunus Girls' State Athletic Association l1AgGirls' Athletic Association IIBQ Operetta "Crea- tures of lmpulsef' Baton Twirlcrs Corps 10, 11 , 11. Romzxrr TURNER "Bof1""B.T." Mathematics Club 103 Football Sq uad 10, 11, 12g Track Team 123 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 17.5 Class Assembly Play 10. BETTY JEANS VAN ns WALKER Le Cercle Francais 125 Mathematics Club 105 Thespian 11, 125 Businus Committee 11, 125 Hospitality Committee 11, 125 Festival Play 11A5Thespian Play 11A5Senlnr Play. HELEN VAN Vuscie Girls' State Athletic Association 11:1, 125 Girls' Athletic Association IOA, 11, 125 Treble Clet' Singers 125 Operetta, "Creatures of 1mpulse5" Permanent Properties Com- mittee 12. GEORGIAN XVAGNER Girls' Athletic Association 11115 Treble Clef Singers 1011, 11, 1211 CVice-President, 12lO5 Class Assembly Play 11A5 Operetta, "Creatures of1lnpulse5" Festival Play 12A5 All City Music Contest 12115 Senior Play. DONALD W ANDELL "Dan" "Wulf ' Mathematics Club 10135 Football Squad 11B, 12135 Basketball Squad 115Track Team 1111, 12A5 Class Assembly Play 1013, 11135 Per- manent Scenery Committee 12. MARIAN WEAVER Thespian 11, 125 Treble Clet' Singers 10, 11, 115 Class Assembly Play 10155 Operetta, "Creatures of lmpulse5" Carnegie Art Committee 125 Pernianent Painting Com- mittee 125 Festival Play 11115 Senior Play. Preridefzt. . . . Vice-Prefident. . S6L'7'6fLllj' ..... Trefz.rm'er .... CLASS 0,12 JUNE, 19 -v s in 1. ., 1, . ,. ll. l , I un, i . V - -A . OFFICERS JUNE CLASS OF 1944 -44 DAVID JAMES WHt'r'r1NGn AM "W1airz' ' HAROLD WILSON Mathematics Cluh 11. ELXZADET1-1 Wou S .. Bmw. . McKinley5 Mathematics Club 105 Treble Clef Singers 125 Class Assembly Play IZA5 0pcretta5 "Creatures of lmpulse5" All City Music Contest 11, 125 Permanent Properties Committee 1211. MARGERY ELENA YOUNG "Marge" Le Cercle Francais 17.A5 Mathematics Club 105 Tlzespiztn 12:15 Treble Clef Singers 105 District Music Contest 105 State Music Contest 105 Martha Washington Committee 125 Hospitality Committee 11, 125 Class Secretary 12135 Class Treasurer 11115 All City Music Contest 115 Permanent Properties Committee 12. ELAINE ZARUB Girls' State Athletic Association 11, 12.5 Girls' Athletic Association 10, 11, 125 Latin Club 105 Thespian 11A, 125 Treble ClefSingers 10, 11, 12:15 Operetta, "Creatures of lmpulse5" Hospitality Committee 11, 125 Mathematics Cluh 105 All City Music Con- test 12A5 Senior Play. , . WILLIAM FLETCHER ........DxcK RUST . . .JAMES POLLOCK . . . .DEAN RING NINETBEN 5, U :ii j ff- jf i ' 12 -if-A -- gf-.---f-?-.-.T -T65 I 17-5-I iffjjj :-434- -'-T! 4--,-I H" . .il-1 :A - ' , '- - Y ': , Y A N ' I 'Y , ' r YI 1 .,,w.I2,1-.:.. .I. . 1, ':' gr .- 1 I ' 5. - Z - - V 'I -1"f.a5fv.' -" - F.: 1. '. .. ' 1 .. .v,.. -. 1 f - ,, ' 1 ' 12B F-.1 .. 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TAYLQII, A. WADSWORTH, C. SMOTIIEIIS, B. SUTTON, D. XVBITING TWEN-I-Y-sIsvnN Back Raw: D. FLUEGEL, C. HILTBRUNNER, K. DOLAN, R. Comms, B. FARMS, R. FREDERICK, R. BLESSING Middlz Row: DOETZEL, A. BICKEL, BATTIN, Cxzoorcs, M. BREBNER, GREGORY, M. ANTHONY Front Row: S. EHRKE, D. BLEAKLRY, G. HoPKxNs, M. Hmm, B. GROSS, L. BROWN, C. HARn1N Q -L. --1 U I ' , i .7 Y. , .,-'.'-.' L Back Row: W. LAMB, R. MERRILL, H. PARKS, ROLAND, J LODESTBIN, G. REAM, D. PAXTON Middle Row: W. NELSON, T. RILEY, POWERS, HYNDRN, D. JACOBS, Rvrcmrz Front Row: R. KLASS, D. KAPKE, PERKINS, D. PRTERSQN, LAYER, V. KLUBER, B. Lum, MASSEY TWBNTY-EIGHT Break Row P SHIRLEY WM Yfcrns L Tmzrms R Spurra lx Smraazn Wu Wnmar M TODD Mulelle Row D HARKENIEYER R SENNINGER M ASA S Su-ufmm S XVALTER E WENGER D WESTROM H SINDAHL Front Row VANSLYCK N SCHRECKENGAS1' N SHE-aN K S1M1Tz S THOMPSON V VICTORINE I SAUNDBRS G NVHITTINGTON A TOAST TO FRANKLIN To our eleezr Fwmklzn we tome today And :mg fo song o pmzse We ll honor thee and loyal be Ami looe thee ben' o all Let eoea y .von and elezuglvrer Jmncl Uvzzreol e er or thee, Ami :moe to cglorzfy rlay name, Dem' Fmrzklzzz, l761"6,.f to you' TWENTY NINE . 1" 51 . -- 7 1 .-J. ',. ,. .,. ,. ,. , , f, 1' V . ,f i A V H U M41 - A1 .mpg 9A 9A T l I ' w Tx-mu-Y-omz . 1'-4 r w. 4 I ww . '. Tunvrx' THREE - . B fx ' hi 8A H SA 1 SB Tnurry-ro . 1 8B 7A THIRTY-r 7A .slzjgrr A 7A THIRTY-SIX .F - , YWV., - .V-:-.-..M:,.,-v., -v 7B --gm H vw yi - X 3 H, , , A.. V X. ,J Q91 fx: " f. ycbgii- "- pi , T - in 1 , ,vf.1:. X ' " W'ff'sjn KL'T?4ffa, 1 ' ll 7B L cn , WJ Tnuvry-s1zvnN -,. iv , Atl V Senior Play, january, 1944 MAR1'liA KOHL, BILL SIMMONS, PEGGY HRUSKA, POLLY SPOHN, HELEN DVORAK, KENNETH SAVEL, JEAN ZIMMERMAN NADINE BowsER, Loms SHEPARD, MARGARET HUNTER, JEAN XVALLACE, ALICE RUTH MIKAS, JIM PXCKFORD, KENNETH DELIJ, TOPSY CARBERRY, DON SMITH, TI-IEonoRA DAVIS, JIM MEEK, ARLENE ROSE, NEDRA MCNAENEY, DICK KEMP FIONA KENNEDY, KEITH HINES, DEAN RING, BEVERLY SMITH, JEAN N ELSON, Bos BARNETT, ANNA MAE OSTERLUND, DOROTHY LYNoTT, REBECCA STONE, DORIS LEGRANT. "Growing Pains' ' N by George Mclntyre . . . Mrx. Mclntyre. . . Profeuor Mclngfre .,.. Terry Nlclntyre . . Brzan .,........ Hal. . . Omar ..... . Dutch .... .... Mrs. Patterson . . . Elyie Patteryon . . Prudence ,.... ' Patqy ..... jane ..... Nlirianz . . . Sophie ..... Pete ......... Traffic Officer .... Vzvzan .............. Party Guestxr NADINE - POLLY SPOHN, JEAN JIM MEEK. Student Director ...... Technical Direotor ..... Auietant to the directorx Bookhola'er.r .......... TEIIRTY-EIGHT AURANIA ROUVEROL CAST In order of their appearance . . . . .DoN SMITH . . . , .MARTHA KOHL . . . . .BILL SIMMONS . . .MARGARET HUNTER Louis SHEPARD . . . .KENNETH DELI, . . .KENNETH SAVEL . . . . . .DICK KEMI1 . . . .PEGGY HRUSKA . . .TOPSY CARBERRY .NEDRA MCNABNEY . . . .BEVERLY SMITH . . . .ANNA MAE OSTERLUND . . . .ALICE RUTH MIKAS . . . .FIONA KENNEDY . . . .JIM PICHTORD DEAN RING BOWSER, THEODORA DAVIS, HELEN DVORAK, ARLENE RosE, WALLACE, JEAN ZIMMERMAN, Bon BARNETT, KEITH HINES, . . . .HoRAcE HEDGES, JR., Coe College . . . . .MARGARET HooTMAN, Coe College . REBECCA STONE . . . DOROTHY LYNOIT and DORIS LEGRANT The Hircory of the femzcccfgf Clem, of 1944 "Listen, my children, and you shall hear-a The history of a closing era, For e'en as the class of 44-a Streaked out the newly opened door-a - to success, They paused to reflect-a and review-a So they could present to you-a This history: so you'd remembah The great achievements of each membah - of our class. So these hunble offerings don't reject-a But come with me and let's reflect-a - bit.' Time: A day in January, 1938 Place: At the Gates of Opportunity Action: Gates swing open as the innocent- minded enter. The following is a composite from the brains of all the well-informed, brilliant and highly intellectual members of the history committee - also written by them. lt was a cold day when we came to Frank- lin. lt was in the morning, and when we came in, we did not know where to go, and we cared less. However, we were soon told by the elder inmates. Finally, we heard about the Little Theatre, and being of simple mind, we scurried to see the "movie" Then and there we got a glimpse of what lay before us asthe huge gates clanged shut, and the iron bars fell in place. We realized then that we were in to stay - anddstay - and stay. When we were sufliciently confused on all matters, we rose and filed to our cubicles. It was during these first few days that the seniors, used :to lookfatliisjl smile and shake their heads at one another, as we, with serious mien, roamed about with ten or twelve books under each arm. They figured we were young yet and would learn - they had forgotten what an impression one can make strolling up and down the corridors, and past the teachers' rooms in such a manner. Even we have given that up now - after thirteen years at the same game, one sees the futility of it. Then our hrst dramatic success was pre- sented, "The Gypsy Trail." Charlotte Tre- win, a member o our class, took a leading part. r The next year a most outstanding event took place. The boys of Miss Bingham's room won a basketball tournament. This is a treasured bit in our history, but the girls, not to be outdone, herewith resent their record to this day: The girls of this class, in the three major sports of baseball, volleyball and basketball, in which they have entered a team every year, have never won, tied or even threatened to tie for first, second or third place in a tournament. An unbeatable record - not once marred by any act of talent or achieve- ment. After a little while, quite a little while, we were due for promotion into the ninth grade. Another graduation - ah! me - these things are getting monotonous. That's why, I suppose, some of us like to lengthen the num er of years fromgraduationtograduation. It makes promotion less tiresome. At the end of our freshman year, some of our scholarly members attained the fruits of their labor, and were inducted into Excel- lentia. These highly intellectual characters were as follows: Martha Kohl, Fiona Ken- nedy, Nadine Bowser, Margaret Hunter, Doris LeGrant, Dick Kemp, Alice Ruth ,Mikas, Jacqueline Carlperry, Rebecca Stone, Colleen Bedell, Mildred Fuller, Charlene Huber, Allayne West. And now let us pause in loving remem- brance of Jeanette Marshall, whom we lost by death. Jeanette made a brave struggle in a long and fateful illness. Thus our class has drunk of the cup of sorrow. At this time, under the most definite and pointed suggestions of the ninth grade teachers, we rose to stump with our genius, the educational promoters - or teachers - of the tenth gra e, who had never before realized how utterly stupid and unlettered a class can be. A Here we found that those rumors really were true - Franklin's pupils are allowed to take part in governing the school. Budget: Beverly Smith, Don Smith, Bill Simmons, Jim Pickford, Carnegie Art: Martha Kohl, Honor As.fcmbb'.' Bob Barnett, Martha Wezrbi1zgto1z.' Nedra McNabney, Bumzesr' Dor- othy Lynott, Jim Meek, Lyceum: Alice Ruth Mikas, lO,11,12, Jeanne Wallace, 11 and 12, Public Relatiom: Doris LeGrant, Bill Young, As sophomores we elected class oflicers: Prericlent: Dick Kemp, Vice Pre.ridmt.' Mar- garet Hunter, .S'ecretmjf.' Kenneth Delp, Trea- mrer: Jim Meek. Also being in the 4th floor social swim, we acquired new homeroom teachers. They were Mr. Bowne, Miss Byerly, Mr. Ewart and Miss Quigly. We did, however, get a big thrill when Mr. Deeds read us that fascinating novel, "Frankie, The Adventurous Amoebaf' The school "sing" was next on our list of tri- umphs. With great enthusiasm we shook the rafters with "Send Out Thy Light," led by Charlotte Trewin, and "Nobody Knows the Trouble l've Seen," led by Frances Siamis. The audience sighed and swooned, but the Tnmrr-msn judges were kind, and, as we were only beginners, gave us a tie for second. As Juniors, we entered Mr. Sheel's chem- istry class, where we learned to brew the delicious odor of rotten eggs via the burned sulfur route. After leaving fourth floor, we wander into 342 to find Miss Byerly trying to .murmur above Bob Barnett's snores. Early mornings found us busy in Mr. Ewart's homeroom, es ecially at the time when we elected class ogicers. They were: President, Dick Kemp, Vice Prerident, Jim Pickford, Secretary, Bob Barnett, Treizrurer, Margaret Hunter. Little Caesar Kemp won the election. Clnside dope: He passed out gum- drops.j At the Class Assembly we had a delightful time. Its bri ht light was a social quintette consisting ofg Jim Pickford, Louis Shepard, Keith Hines, Kenneth Savel, Kenneth Delp. They specialized on "off-key. " ' Oh yes, we do have two statesmen in our class. In the Boy's State elections, Jim Pick- ford and Dick Kemp were chosen from our class. After a swiftly moving summer vacation, we arrived back at school to elect class officers: Prerideizt, Jacqueline Carberry, Vice Prefi- dent, Bill Smith, Secretary, Charles Hopkins, Treasurer, Bob Knowles. Bob Knowles left for the armed services and Dorothy Lynott took over duties as treasurer. We found a few additions to our class at this time. Nedra McNabney entered from our sister school, McKinley, and John Robert Timothy Hash Cfresh from Military Schoolj lus one light blue convertible, which in the Following year found its place among the tele hone poles. Nlear Christmas our class investigated the possibilities of the waxed floor. The gym was filled with an enthusiastic crowd of the modern dance. Everybody had a gay time capering and tripping-mostly tripping. But notwithstanding the predominance of the pedal extremities, a pleasant time was had by all, until the last piece spelled out "Home, Sweet Home." With Mr. Estby going and coming, coming and going this semester, we were left gasping. Chilly Hopkins also did some fast stepping by winning the state half mile in track. FORTY Dick Kemp must have run out of gumdrops in the 12B election, for he didn't even place. Those that were elected: Prerident, Bill Simmons, Vice President, Don Smith, Secretary, Jim Pickford, Tredfurer, Kenneth Savel. Franklin's "beautiful" athletes won city chgmpipfnsfgiilps lin basketball, Zlennis an go . ar es l o ins represente our class in track, Jim Pickfbrd in basketball, Ken Delp gn tennis, and Jim Meek, Keith Hines in gol . In this year's election of Boy's State, our cgpdidate was Charles Hopkins, and natur- a y, being a fast man, he won. And some of our class, notwithstanding,did make .Sophrosyne - namely: Margaret Hun- ter, Fiona Kennedy, Alice Ruth Mikas, Dean Ring, Richard Rust, Nadine Bowser, Martha Kohl, Doris LeGrant, Mary Ann Mason, Rebecca Stone. Seniors at last!!Immediately upon coming back to "ye olde camping ground," we elected class officers. They were: President, Charles Hopkins, Vice President, Rebecca Stone, .S'ecreteu3', Kenneth Delp, Treasurer, Jim Pickford. The war must have been hard on "the either too young or too old" fgals, Jean Ann Nelson and Margaret Hunter, or they went a'roam- ing and found two of the cutest children in 10A and 11B. Mmmmmmm!! The Operetta was a great success - or was it - with the help of one of our own little thrushes, Colleen Bedell. Imagine Mrs. La- mont telling Colleen how to say, "Oh, you know what I mean." As for the Senior Play, we can only touch on the highlights, one of which was the cap- tivating piece of acting by - the Dog. You should have seen Don Smith telling the de- tails. Football letter winners were Craig Sweet, Charles Hopkins, Jim Pickford and lgob Hash. Here we lay down our pens an humbly submit these few words to Miss Low and the critical public - and may they be forebearing! JIM PICKFORD, Char, 2 MARTHA KOHL NADINE Bowsnn Dick KEMP DOROTHY LYNOTT A BETTY ANDERSON Pmplaeg of jmzumfy Clary, 1944 The other day as I was jauntmg along I ran Into who was but he d1dn t look so I told hInI to We got to talkIng about ut that wasn t very Interest1ng so we We decIded to go Over to and get a wrth a great bIg on to of If It drdn t so I took put If whIch was We sat down on the and talked about whIch brought to mxnd CS1gl1D our graduatIon class of anuary 1944 We dlscovered that although ten years have passed BETTY BAUMGARDNER st1ll hears plenty of Aw come on let s see the PICCUIC Pass It around Let me see IC By the way what ever d1d become of 1123 RepoI ts say that COLLEEN 15 dOIng Iust fine as chIef hash shnger at the Greasy S oon But thIs IS no surprIse to us for we a ways knew she loved to spoon A few members of our class have gone on wIth theIr educatIon and as a result have grven themselves to the betterment of hu manIty or turned our such work as to IndIcate that For Instance there 1S BOB Fearless FosdIck HLADEK who has roven hImself a commg WFICCI of the t1mes NIne Dollars a ton OPA KEITH HINES 1S now a successful graduate of the bar He has successfully consumed 150 cases law cases ofcourse Torsy CARIIERRY has dIsplayed amazIng IngenuIty In 1HVCf1t1I'1g the corn and bunIon remover Says Topsy lt works wonderfully after P T IM MLEK after drsplaymg a fine record In the Navy has retIred to become the manager of the Mary Ann Dehcatessen Yum Yum Shop After entermg I number of soap box con tests BEV SvIITH finally took first PFIZC and won a car free CARFRAE MARGARET BARRY has apphed her drawIng talents to the new ESQUIRE under dIrect1on of LARRY TANNER GUY Shut my mouth LINvILLI: IS now a fam d orator at Blowhard UnIversIty HIS students say h1s class IS a cInch SIHCC they can t get a word In edgewIse IM PICKTORD IS now a famous physIcIan and has only one Incurable case to mar h1s excellent record BIICKY STONE s heart trouble NADINE BowsER IS head professor of dIffer enr1al calculus at the Polyrechmcal Insntute of sub morons A few SCICHCISCS and explorers have turned up out of our hIghly successful group DICK KLMP one of our few explorers has located a new place of heaven He calls lt MAR KEY BOB Flash BARNETT has also located a new land He calls h1s OsTER LAND BILL SIMMONS IS now a professor of Geology at Vassar Hmmm but we re not surprIsed for he always d1d spend a lot of tIme wIth STONE DOROTHY FERNOW has Invented a new vIta mm that wIll change red haIr Into green They re lookmg for her now Olce Some further 1nvestIgatIon has brought to l1ght the followmg facts MARY ANN MASON recently flew to a neIghbOr1ng country From reports she IS a llttle MEIJK IH the NEWLAND BILL YOUNG IS now a wealthy banker but we re not surprIsed for he always d1d l1ke CASH on hand POLLY Shakespeare SPOHN just call me Shaky has just been elected the first Oet laureate of the Un1ted States for her eep demure devastatIng darmg dramatxc and dangerous poem of the year It reads as follows ARLENE Ros sat on a tack Arlene Rose' GLORIA PAUL IS now tourrng wrth a travel Ing USO show Says GlorIa A Men We are unable to brmg you the final score IH the State tenn1s tournament starrIng DON HARLEN He was leadmg by a score of two love but 111 the end they say he was ROUPED People are stIll pOIntIng at PEGGY HRUSKA and sayIng You should have seen 1C she and PAUL MCNALL at the YMCA party What s EhlS well wouldn t you know lt there IS DON SMITH st1ll sawrng out wooden nIckels to throw to the grrls when he says Here s a nIckel babe call me up when you re 18 BETTY MARKET after spendmg many years studyIng her srster s technIque fmally gave up for lack of men to exper1me1It on MARIETTE EINEN IS now chref usherette at the Trmes theater EIHIC advanced so fast because she works so well In the dark CHILLY HOPKINS IS commg up In the world He has lIIs own personal TAYLOR and a lot Of l1ttle Taylors for good measure BILL MCFANN IS a Oh no he Isn t he s well that s what I sald MARTHA Kohl Isn t Kohl any more she s found someone to keep her warm DOROTHY GIggles LYNOTT IS gettlng round shouldered from holdmg up those sI1ver wIngs Oke JEAN ANN NELSON IS now happIly marrred But we always took thIs for GRANT ed FORT! ONE I C l l I ' 7 1 ' ln U ' fi, "fi - 1 , ll . ll M' . . WM-,b s 3 M. I A M3 gf I, Q' CF .' ' . 4 . . --, ian on -i ' . . . . , s - I , . . - 1 - J - I - ' I ' . . . -J - L , tl 7 7 y . il I ' . . . - ' 1 . . ' ' . X Q . n I l. ' , ' , ll l ii 11 l I ll ' , I ' , 1 : 9 s Q t I 1 . W l 5 E' L L . ' I I . . - he tItle of h1s most recent book IS "Coal IS I - , -- - H 7 ' A ' 5 G. . , ,. . 7. . l I . Al I I l,l . , ' u . . . ' . . . . W ,Q - Q J ' 1 . ,. . c , I : v 3 'I . 2 - , . I - C 1 D ' 3 . . . ' . , , . ' . . , 'P ' I " J I I - ' 1 HELEN THOMAS has written a new song to that Navy lover NADINE BOwsER. It is entitled "Oh You Crazy YOu." Ah, here's an interesting item: Ex-Navy man RAY WESTROM is now running a combina- tion beauty shop and escort bureau. He guarantees to give a WAVE in either place. You won't be sur rised when I say that JOHNNY NASH is stillj in love. Says Johnny: "It's a great life." Frankly, I think he's spreading propaganda. JEAN ZIMMERMAN, HAZEL RICHY, and CAROL ANN PILICER have edited a new magazine entitled "Franklin Fashions For Fussy Hus- seies. CHUCKY HUBER has moved to Arizona where she's running a Dude Ranch for drug store cowboys. NEDRA MCNAENEY has bought a new car with no brakes. She pick-a Ford CPICKFORDD. Another Navy man is LOU SHEPARD. But he's busy right now heading a court MARSHALL. Strange to say, a new theater has been set up by those two man haters, PEGGY and JEAN WALLACE. Says JIM VICTORINE, their best attender, they show nothing but the best features. BOE "Frank Sinatra" PETRO is still unde- cided whether to accept the directorship of Stevens College for girls. The thought appalls him. He says," . . and yet, on second thought, I'l1takeit." A little item of interest to us is the third divorce of BOE, "I love me'l' I-IASH. We're all eyes to see whom he marries next. E HUBERT "Bud" LYMAN is now a famous aviator. As you know, he flew in a fog most of the time anyway. Remember? Speaking of fliers there is KENNY DELP who has been doing a little flying for NED MCNAB- NEY. What about it, Ned? ALICE RUTH M1xAs, pilot of a transcon- tinental plane, is so good that she flew up- side-down across the country with a glass of water balanced on her head and she didn't lose a dro . Some Ofpour class have gone into business. ARLENE GUNDLING has established a rest home. Their motto: "Come to ST. CLAIR,S for your numerous repairs." Next to her is MILLIE FULLER'S beauty salon. She has recently hired a new model. That's right, you've guessed it - It's Millie herself. BEVERLY HOVER is now running the O. K. Drive Inn NO. 2 in Swisher. Says Bev: "The FORTY-TWO business just vanishes by." CVanishes, Swish- er - JOke.j PAUL BIEBER, WAYNE CAMPBELL, and DON NETOLTCKY are running the Pretty Pose Pic- ture Shop. But business isn't so hot and so they have to eat off their own negative plates. Recently seen was Franklin's own heart- breaker glamor boy, CRAIG SWEET. When quizzed on girls, he replied, and we quote, "I loves 'em all." Also recently quizzed was PAUL MCNALL on how he liked his Tom and Jerry. Says Paul: "I don't know about Tom, but I'll take Jerry just as she is." Now making a name for herself is DORIS "Feed 'em vitamins" LEGRANT in teaching gymnastics. But this is no surprise to us,fOr we always knew-she loved Jim. By the way, who is Jim? As far as we know, BETTY ANDERSON and CAROLYN NELSON are still having their ups- and-downs running elevators. Speaking of ups-and-downs, there is KENNY SAVEL who is still On the up-and-up but we wish that he'd settle down on somebody. It makes me nervous, all this jumping. A few of Our members have gone into defense work. HELEN DVORAK is head whatchamacallit at the whatits name where she puts thinga- magigs on whosits. JACKY HARMON operates a multiple drill press for putting holes in Swiss cheese for the neazy C eesy Woiks. FEE KENNEDY, successful flagpole sitter, has just com leted a stand-up strike. She gets time and a half for anything over forty days. MARGARET "Tom-boy Terry" HUNTER is now a famous Broadway actress and is en- gaged to her leading man. However, it is rumored that she is waiting for another bid. Now this brings us to -. Remember her? --1. She sure was -ln Now I wouldn't say that -. Well, who did? -l. Now look here, who's reading this, you or me? l-. Well, so you don't like it? --. Well the color has nothing to do with it -. Hey, don't put water on it ----. Well, in the first place it started with NED MCNABNEY, PEGGY HRUSKA, TOPSY CARBERRY, BOB BARNETT, ARLENE ROSE,JEAN ANN NELSON, BETTY BAUMGARD- NER, MARY ANN MASON, JIM MEEK, POLLY SPOHN, DON SMITH, REBECCA STONE, and BILL SIMMONS who are going to end it all right now. Class Wall of the january Clary, 1944 We the graduattng class of anuary 1944 bemg of sound bOd1es and drsposed mlnds and memorles but reahzrng the uncertalntles of promotron hereby make publrsh and declare this to be our last wrll and testament of our hrgh school days TEDDY Exe DAVIS leases an apple to ex ery gtrl In Frankltn provxdrng they leave the COHRSD Cores alone DICK Ta1l gunner KEMP leaves for the a1r corps strll tryrng to fix h1s slght on some desrrable target IM PICKTORD the master cornetmst leaves hrs blowmg abrlxty to GEORGE THOMP soN who IS ready to blow at any trme DON SMITH BECKY STONE and BILL SIM MoNs leave us stxll tryrng to solve that geometrmal problem the eternal trrangle BOE HASH leaves for gunnery school He always was good at handlmg shells NEDRA MCNAENEY leaves her ab1l1ty to tram dogs to any up and commg tenth grade g1rl who wants pubhcrty DON HARLAN leaves hoplng that nobody gets roped CROUPED In ACQUELINE I-IARMON leaves without harm In QHarmOnj a man ALICE RUTH MIKAS MARIETTE EINEN CHARLENE HUBER ANNA MAE OSTER LAND HELEN THOMAS and EANNE WALLACE left early You know the old saymg the early brrd gets the worm two slde krcks EAN Zoot su1t ZIMMER MAN and HAZBL Rustle and Roundup RICHEY leave to see If they can catch some unsuspectmg 4 F ers LAWRENCE 1 a a a ah TANNER leaves h1s laugh to anyone who ll take It BOE I-ILADEK BERNARD ENGLER and IM V ICTORINE the cue ball krds leave for a snappy game of snooker at Frrendly Frank s CHILE M T HOPKINS leaves hrs skIll to lay grraffe to Renme who we hear also Ikes long necks BILL YOUNG leaves h1s busrness of collec trng brlls and makrng cash to anyone else who would lrke to better h1s or her hnancral sltua tron MASON and MEEK the modest couple leave therr abrlrty to get along w1th each other to GERMI and ERRI who could use some advrce along that l1ne BETTY BAUMGARDNER the photographxc k1d leaves us wonder-Ing who the photo grapher was CRAIG Beau Brummel SWEET leaves h1s tender terrorrzrng t'tct1cs to JOHN Love em whrle they lxnger EWART POLLY SROHN leaves don t you wtsh you could 12 B sP COLLEEN Strrng em along BEDELL leaves her catch to PATE FORTUNE who has been fishmg for qurte some trme BOE PETRO who has contrrbuted nOth1ng leaves the same to BOE Punch Drunk TURNER who says he has lf all anyway If you don t belreve us ask h1m I I I I KEITH HINES leave IS KUTCHERA st1ll followmg and how about all those others? Eh POIISID MARG HUNTER and EAN NELSON leave to take pos1t1ons In a nursery They always drcl have a way w1th krds MILDRED FULLER leaves to get some honey She always drd lrke the Sea Bees MARTHA KOHL has left untrl coal CKOHL IS elght dollars a ton FIONA KENNEDY leaves her travellng exper Ience to REGIS MCCRACKEN who gets around pretty good herself KENNY SAVEL leaves h1s Installmentbeard to anyone else who can get a httle down each week ARLENE RosE leaves w1th th1s adv1ce ust call me Rose Bud MARGARET WALLACE leaves as sllently as she came PEGGY I-IRUsKA leaves her ab1l1ty to catch NCNALL to any glrl who lIkes Icnrcs Remem ber the class prcnrc at the een Teen Club MARGARET BARRY leaves her artrstlc abIl1ty to PEGGY MCILRATH who hasn t done too bad In the leg art herself BOB Who turned out the lights BARNETT leaves h1s 2 20 vxsron to PAT MCPARTLAND who can t see farther than blondes anyway GLORIA PAHL leaves w1th thls remark Whevv I made It KENNY Love em and leave them DELP leaves for Texas and UCI: Cjunej th1s trme to stay BEV SMITH leaves for Fayette MO If she only had the carfare CARFRAE NADINI: BOWSER the mathemattcal genlus w1lls her abrlrty w1th figures to ROSE MARIE DOTY who hasn t done so badll TOPSY CARBERRY DOROTHY LYNOTT and DORIS Frenchr LEGRANT leave w1th thelr heads In the clouds They always have l1l-:ed the Junxor Brrdmen BETTY ANDERSON Franklrn s Own elevator grrl leaves her up and down ab1l1ty to any one who needs 1 lrft after MARTY MOEN has slammed them down HELEN DVORAK and BEV HOVER leave Mrs CrosIer dtdn t bat an eye FORT! THREE . a A I . J .- I , - , - r 4 , - 1 . , A , , n 1 I , . I , . . , 7 V . . . 7 . . . I Q ' . . , . ' . . . . .---. , . 1 , S 3 - . A . , . , . I U . . ' ! 7 -1 ' 4 4 .. . , - - , . 3 J I . I n - . . . ...J ' I Il ' I , . A We - I , I I 4 , , - l s v .... I , If 1 A... ' 7 CAROL "Pistol Packing" PILICER and her Peg? - ,J - - A 3 , I . - - I. - I. ll l V1 ' ' ' I , .... I - , L . . , . H 1 K H I J .I - I. ' 1 T 3 , ' .I .. . - J 4 ' ' F I . . 3 2 3 I . ' 3 '7 ' 3 I l 1 l In u , 4 U D 1 7 J , . D . 3 1 '-' h ' 2 I' ' ' n C 4 .. , I . . DOROTHY FERNOW leaves her red hair to SHERYLE ZALESKY, who hasn't hit the right shade yet. I, ARLENE GUNDLING, leave my true Navy blue faithfulness to JOAN LATTNER, who would like the chance to be true to anyone. JOAN leaves - that is, if she KINDIG her way out. PATRICIA SCHEURS leaves for Scheurs CshoresD unknown. PAUL MCNALL, GUY LINVILLE and JOHN -NASH, the Lonesome polecat trio, leave their FORTY-HOUR formula for Kickapoo joy juice to Bon CQN- DON and Bon SHEETS, who had better change their brand in English class. We leave dear Franklin tomorrow for good, We'd give you more jokes if only we could. We tried our best, But none got through, So lease, dear children, don't be blue - We lneave with only one wish, Goodbye - Franklin, SWISH. Clam Poem or THE JANUARY CLASS or 1944 , Six year! of Jtriving . Our goal here it wonj Now we are leaving Our work here it done. Some for future learning, Some to heed the call For defenfe of country, To .verve ue one and all. In this we are united To hold for what ie right, To hravely face the futureg And .rhow the world our might, Tho the yearx may lead u.r far apart, Our thoughts will often .stray Back to dear old Franklin On many a future day. To the F'.r we feared, To the clamex we clearedj To the dates we made, And the sports we played. Raiye high your glam A toaet to our clan, . of 1944. BILL SIMMONS Clam Poem or THE JANUARY CLASS OF 1944 Venturing now into the future looming, Bravebf we march to the great unknownf Our Alma Mater often recalling, And the thoughts in 715 the hay town. Prone to look hack on days now vanifhed - The .racial houre and the Jtudiouf taskj Though we may long to live them over, To attack the future it what we afk. Though war'J dark curtain .rhadowx our entrance Into the world, we take our place Calling on wixdom and strength and vision. And when war if done and the peace we wzn - Our: the hand that will rhape the future, Ourt the nzinde that will win or fail, With the help of God and our own bright courage, The world of tomorrow we proudly hail! POLLY SPOHN Fonry-mvn Senior Play jane, 1944 Firft Row: ORVILLE RENNIE, ROBERT MCGINNIS, BETTY VANDE WALKER, FRANK HOWLAND, HARRIET BERNSTEIN ISOEERT HAWORTH, DEAN RING, MARJORY MOEN, IONE PETERSON, JANET CRAEEE, MARIAN TAYLOR, WILLIAIZI LOCK. Second Row: MARJORIE LODGE, ELIZABETH BARBER, EDDIE KALLIEL, LARRY JOHNSON, ROBERT SHEETS, PAT McPAR-TLAND TOM PICKEORD, ROSE MARIE DOTY, PATTY ANN DUDEK, ELAINE ZARUB, MURIEL BURNELL. Third Row: CONSTANCE KLIMA, EVELYN COOPER, GEORGIAN WAGNER, JAMES GRAHAhi, MARIAN WEAVER, MARY HELEN STOTTS, RICHARD RUST, VIRGINIA BOYLE, BETSY JEAN ANDERSON, JOANNE KADLEC. MAXWELL ANDERSONIS The Eve of St. Mark ar arranged hy CHRISTOPHER SIEGAL C A S T Deckrnan West.. . ......, . . . . . .DEAN RING . . . . . .BILL PLOCK Cy.. ...... Nell Wert. . . Zip .... ..... N iel West . . . Ralph West. . . fanet Feller.. . Private Quizq West. . . Corporal Tate ....... Private Thomas Mzelveroy . . . . . . ,JANET CRABBE IONE PETERSON . . . . . .JOHN I-IORTON . . .NEWELL HAR'fRUM . .ROBERT HAWORTH . . . .MARIAN TAYLOR MARJORY MOEN . . . .TOM PICKEORD . . . . .ROBERT SHEETS WILLIAM FLETCHER . . . .ORVILLE RENNIE Private Shevlzn . .......... . .ROBERT MCGINNIS Private Francie .Marion . . ..... JAMES GRAHAM Private Glinka . . . Sergeant Ruby . . Lill Bird .... Sal Bird. . . A Waitren. . , FRANK HOWLAND . . .LARRY JOHNSON . . .EDDIE KALLIEL RICHARD RUST . . .MURIEL BURNELL ELAINE ZARUE . . . .ROSE MARIE DOTY PATTY ANN DUDER .GEORGIAN WAGNER MARIAN WEAVER Plath . . ..... CONSTANCE KLIMA MARY HELEN STOTTS Dimpley . , , .... EVELYN COOPER VIRGINIA BOYLE Sergeant Kriven. . . ....... PAT MCPARTLAND Pepin: ,,,, ,,,, . . .BETTY VAN DE WALKER HARRIET BERNSTEIN Bookholders. ............ ......... J OANNE KADLEC BETSY JEAN ANDERSON Assistants to the Directory . . . ................. ELIZABETH BARBER MARJORIE LODGE Set Conetrnction Technician . . . . , .HORACE HEDGES, JR., of Coe College Student Director .......... ...........,.. M ARGARET HOOTMAN F ORTY-SIX ' Hzrtwy Q' the june Clem' 0 1944 Srx years ago thrs June class of 1944 entered the sacred ortals of the Frankhn School Fxve members o the class collaborated and submrt to you an accurate record of the progress of our class Teachers students and guests our class hrstory When the many asprrrng 7B s vrewed the halls of Franklrn for the frrst trme there were expressrons of freshness and greenness We were completely bewrldered and hopelessly lost you see we had no Hosprtahty Com mrttee then It was hard at Hrst to fall 1nto the customary routlne of thrngs but once that was accomplrshed all was smooth sa1l mg Many of us at that trme came under the rnfluence of a shy mustached man Cno not Charhe Chaplml who was and st1ll IS head of our school s musrc conservatory none other than Monsxeur Roland L Moehlmann who taught us that X wasn t lust the 24th letter of the alphabet Erghth grade was lots of fun Some of us were lucky enough to have Mlss Grace Low for arrthmetrc and many were the yolly trmes we had drscussmg drug stores rnstallment buyrng the mcome tax and arrthtnctrc We returned to our books rn the beautrful month of September 1940 and Gordon Fennell made hrs usual arrrval two months later but quxckly persuaded the teachers that he was the smartest student 1n the class M1ss relatrvely peaceful halls of the Roosevelt sarutarrum but was strll delrverrng her full course of lectures plus added ones such as Drck Arons on breath control Our mdustrrous 1ngen1ous 1ncred1b1e1nte1 lects duly rewarded by bemg mducted 1nto Excellentra were Rosemary Cooper B111 Fletcher Gordon Fennell Maryjane Hazlewood Dale Morgan Val can Prather Drck Rust Sally Stamats Alxce Swomley Marran Taylor Not unhke Crosby s horses our fellow stu dents who came down the stretch a semester later were Rose Marre Doty Nancy Green Joanne Kadlec Larry Johnson lone Peterson Tom Plckford Mar1anPol11tz Dean Rrng Marxon Toms But :mlb .fmrtr our bzrtory proud In nzneteen arty one And now we know that zn that year Began our mne and un We started ofT our sophomore year by electmg class oilicers Those fortunate ones were Prerzdent B111 Fletcher Vzce Prcszdent Tom Prckford Secretary and Treasurer Maman Poll1tz Also appornted to standrng comm1ttees were Budget Tom Prckford Burznerr Allce Swomley Crzrnegze Art Newell Hartrum Cam monweal Gordon Fennell Hana: Asrembly Dale Morgan Lyceum Val Jean Prather We now had the prlvrlege of gorng to those rollzckmg soc1al hours from vvhlch we pre vrously had been excluded Infact we decxded to sponsor one ourselves Need we say rnoreP9P 10B also brought us our frrst class assembly whrch was clay: 1n every sense of the word We had professronal enterta1nment provrded by those two sensatronal masters of swrng Condon and Lrek Frnal tests soon proved to be the mam factor of our dwrndlrng number of xndtvrduals entermg 10A Our first successful prodlgy of the year was Gordon Fennell who brought us the honor of wxnnrng fxrst place rn extem poraneous speakrng at a Waterloo debate Our next conquest was the annual school srng Under the d1rectorsh1p of Rose Marre Doty and Wrlaura Skxen we vvarbled 11ke nxghtrngales only to brmg us to 5th place Srnce all years must come to an end so drd our first year 1n senror hrgh school But as rt closed We felt that after toleratmg the odors of prckled frogs Mrss Powell s long Latm tests and Mrss Rudd say1ng It s a hrgh C almost a B We could endure what was rn store for ns next semester the ancrent speaker of Wrsdom sayeth Wrlt be a year of tr1als 1n tl1e Franklrn School of Slavery Havrng cast up our accounts our Treasurer reported S1 O3 Cfor Whrch we do thank heaven' Thunder struck our l1ttle grou 1n 1lBl Sparkplug Orvrlle Rennre arrrve and 1m med1ately set every g1rl s heart on fire vvrth h1s bubbllng personalrty He was also out for football Ah then' Electron trme drew nrgh There was no decrded excrtement surgrng through the class unt1l yes 1t Wastrue Fletcher was handmg out long black crgars and krssrng all the grrls just so at th1s trme he could hear announced the otlicers for the 11B class were Preudent B111 Fletcher Vzce Premient anet Ctabbe Secretary Dean Rlng Treamrer Mar gery Young Those lucky people chosen to rule wrth an 1ron hand 1n 11A were Prerzdent Janet Crabbc Vice Prerzdent Or v1lle Rennre Secretary Bob Haworth Tren mrer Bob Condon We seemed to have dug ourselves 1nto that proverbral rut for we agarn managed a measly Sth place rn the Song Festrval Font-Y saver: p ' . I 1 , p 4 ' , ' V ' 7 ' ' I Q ' D . ' ' ' l ? . . ' I ' 3 I 1 -T , 1 - I 1 1 1 . I 1 , 1 , 1 1 . 1 , 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 -1 1 - 1 l -4 1 1 , 1 1 , 1 1 1 - ' 4 . ' 3 . H H i. ' y . . . . - 9 1 , 1 1 1 -T 1 ' 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , W.. 1 .1 1 . . , . , . . 1 . 1 . , . U , . - 7 H 1 . a 3 . V 3 Porter had not, at this time, retreated to the So began the new year as Juniors, which, as I1 . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' 1 , A4 . , gg 1 I l ' 7 1, I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 L ' . , p ' Lp ' . : I p , . I. 3 . .. - 7 2 J f ' 1 , . . . I I J 5 . a 7 . n , , I - - , 1 . A . 1 . g S - - . -1 , . . , . . , . . 1 1 , 1 1 I 7 5 . 'A . . ' . ' . , : I , , 3 l 9 l ' ' 1 J . ' s 1 1 ' f 'f - 2 t l . a Q . - . , - 1 . 1 " : 1 - - . , . 5 . - . , l . , . - J a - -Q I Ah, yes! Long will we remember those Shaking fingers, stuttering: and such, Signs of nerves and guakin touch, Heated, feroored, cursed dehgate. But I guess Bill Fletcher, Dick Rust and Pat McPartland gained something from that course, for they came through winners in the election for Boys' State. Industrious Bob Sheets, during his stay in chemistry, increased his own personal lab from S5 to SZOO. Mr. Bowne is still wonder- ing how Bob can get a scale in his notebook By the way, we Wonder what has become of Isadore Fincklestein - say! who is this Bob Sheets, anyway??????? But, "Our fate is sealed, for never more Can we enter Herr Bowne's door." At least so we thought until we entered physics class. Because of our many brawny, brainy boys, the National Athletic Association was increased by Bill Fletcher, Dick Rust, Bill McBain, Lewis Reed, Pat McPartland. Soon june came round, and summer passed, We tramped to school once more, But now as haughqy Seniors we Crepe through the open door. We are exceedingly sorry to announce that Fletcher slipped this time and when officers for the class were announced, they were: President, Pat McPartlandg Vice-President, Nancy Greeng Secretary, Margery Young, Treasurer, Evelyn Cooper. During the month of November, the Crandic Route made an extra bonus supplied by the solemn GD lovers of Shakespearian drama from our own 12th grade English classes. The interurban was made into a blue- room and the theme song adopted was "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes." It was also during this year that the Franklin School started a memorial fund for the Franklin boys serving in the Armed Forces. Our class donated 319430. Harriet Runge moved to our fair school from Rochester, New York. You guessed it, Bob Haworth was again the pioneer in this project. ' Not content to have an ordinary armistice day program, our class scraped together enough change to buy a war bond. Shucks, it was worth missing our lollipops and gum that week, wasn't it, kids? We soon realized that war involves compli- cations when that beloved Scotchman, Mr. Templeman, left for overseas as a field worker in the American Red Cross. The two boobs, I mean "Bobs" CSheets and CondonD both suffered colds in January. They were forced to take some very potent cough medicine one afternoon in English class. Four-nionr Franklin's own quiz kids, still staying in there pitching to come up with the right answers to make Sophrosyne, were: Rosemary Cooper, Rose Marie Doty, Gordon Fennell, Nancy Green, Andrian Lowe, lone Peterson, Marian Pollitz, Dean Ring, Dick Rust, Marian Taylor. Having passed hve and one-half years at Franklin, we soon took our places as grad- uating seniors. The officers to serve for the last semester were: ' . President, Bill Fletcher, Vice-President, Dick Rust, Secretary, Jim Pollock, Treasurer, Dean Ring. At this time, the entire class joins with the whole world in shaking Bill Fletcher's hand. Bill has been czar of our class for four terms and, therefore, is the only man on the face of the earth to be one jump ahead of President Roosevelt. Remember that hullabaloo over pep assem- blies. Well, we like to think that maybe our cheering helped a little in bringing our "Laddies Home" to second place in the State Tournament. We now take time out to mention that those jumping, jiving gymnastical girls, under the direction of Mesdemoiselles Crabbe and Kolar, pushed their way to fame by con- quering first place in the basketball and volleyball tournaments. The ocperetta, "Creatures of Impulse," was produce and those taking leading roles were Frank Howland, Janet Crabbe, and Marian Taylor. The boys of our class, not unlike others, are stillfrequently seen in or near Rufhn's Billiard Emporium, however, some have suffered under the new enforcement of the 18-year-old law. Remember the school sing? Yes, it was on April 1, 1944 . Under the able leadership of Dick Rust and Marian Taylor, assisted by accompanists Andrian Lowe and lone Peterson, we thought we did a swell job. But fate de- creed otherwise - the final scoring of the judges gave us second place. When tryouts for the senior play were held, we soon realized that our last days in high school were fleeing fast. The play selected was "The Eve of St. Mark." Those talented individuals taking the leading roles were Tom Pickford, Marty. Moen, and Marian Taylor. The last event to be put in writing is the 12A Sophrosyne induction. These brain- storms who made it were: Joanne Kadlec, Larry johnson, Tom Pick- ford, Marion Toms, Dale Morgan. The facts recorded herein are nothing new to you, simply the familiar history of the class, which owes its good name not to its members but to the writers of this document. Into the archxves of h1story w1ll go th1s totally accurate document of the June class of 1944 ThlS h1story comm1ttee presents for your approval rh1s everlastxn record of our class W1th great re1o1c1ng an am1d fr1volous evelry we depart from these cold gray Walls which are saturated with the culture of all ages And so we lay down our pens LARRY JOHNsoN PAT MCPARTLAND MARIAN POLLITZ NORMA SCHMATT MARGERY YOUNG Commzttee Prophegf Qt the funo Clam, 1944 We Jee your face be ore ur Axtrologen' are we We take that chance to prophery url what your lz e will he We can t orare your loveb are It glzmmerr tn the gloom Lzke cohweh: fazr zt lzngerx there Won I .fomeone get a hroom7 Your ectoplarm now we .ree Wzthzn our cryrtal hall And alto what the uture be We hope et .ruztr you all Deep w1th1n the myst1c murk of deathly dark a v1s1on comes to me phantoms move and ghostly vo1ces reach my ear I hear BILL SEVERA speakmg to that typ1ca1 also ran about town JAMES GRAHAM Says B111 I hear you re stay1ng home mghts now Rephes Graham Aw that s a lot of MAL ONEY1 It ap ears as 1f J1m would Sever a h1s relatlons w1t B111 eous Royal and Regal REG1s 1S st1ll slowly CRACKIN under the stra1n of spxnsterhood NANCY GREEN seems to find her l1fe a BANE ful thmg these days But If seems that she and Ha' Ha' I on Happy HENDRICKSON have wr1tten a new book of lyr1cs ent1tled The Songs of Omar One of the most romantxc IS called BAY bee' Oh BAY by face' The song seems to have a certam person 1n m1nd, but all grows hazy the Splflf fades I can t even see FLETCHER s name What IS thls I see floatmg toward me through the ether? Is lf a PICCC of ectoplasm? Is IC a sp1r1t? Is IC Superman? No' It SJIM L1E1c Asked about h1s real estate mvestment m says Well IONE PETERSON' I hear someone callmg from a d1stance He seems to be Frankhn s new l1brar1ar1 Louis REED Asked how MARGERY YOUNG IS gettmg along these days he repl1es Well she 1sn t Young any longer Ah' I feel a presence It seems that I-IARRIET BURNSTEIN PAT CARBERRY and PEGGY JONES have wrrtten a new poem called THE TRICKERY or MAN Why We Haven t Caught One Yet CANTO I Ah sweet mystery of hfe' TIS but our w1sh to be a w1fe Come dear Cupnd Come dear Puck Aw gee Liz BARBER has all the luck' But though other gxrls have all the fun Remember that COLE 1S e1ght dollars a ton What IS thxs I see? PINKY CARPENTER has Just wr1tten a most amazmg best seller ent1tled My H1gh School Days or Why I m St1ll Blush1n Well What ya know Joe has started a new metropohtan newspaper In memory of h1s Franklm days he calls It the PARCELL Post Ah ha' a most savory odor 1S waftxng through the astroplane It seems V1RG1N1A BOYLE has opened a new Ye Olde Tea Shop e Her spec1alty 1S VELEY cutlets C011 well sa1d lf smelled D WINNIE TOMS 1S now manager of a cloth1ng store wh1ch spec1a11zes 1n bath1ng su1ts for bouncxng beaut1es We understand he operates str1ctly on a CASH basxs Ah' there IS a m1sr formmg 1n the astro plane No doubt from the tears of rnorb1dJoHN HORTON who after all these years IS st1ll MOEN 1ng Well well' It appears that the noted authortty on mar1tal bl1ss Professor Or v1LLE CARLYLE RENNIE JR has just wr1tten a book on the d1vorce roblem entrtled Why don t We Stay mates? Oh Ho' What IS th1sP JANET Mussels CRABBE and LEETTA SCHRIMPER have Opened a seafood restaurant From what I can see REBECCA SPEARS all the1r fish I behold a s1gn post w1th d1tect1ons for reach1ng the restau rant It says Drwe your KADLEC or NASH down past the MARJORIE LODGE on the shore of SWAN Lake but be careful to turn r1ght when you come to MELDA RHODES Then you must SHIRLEY cross over the TROWBRIDGE If your car 1S a converrlble watch out for SHOWERS' FORTY NINE fl , -I J. . or , . , ' . f 1 . - 1, ' 3 --V - , l ' 7 4 f 3 I .. . . . 9 " l , . ' - I I I , . I I a . - , . , I . . s U Q ' . ' e . . E . . - . D I , j C Ah, yes! A spirit informs me that the Right- .J G, 1 t I , l y 9 ' I1 . , I . . A . . . U , A ' " ll 4 - I t -I - .ll , , 'V ' ' ' ' . . . l I , at . - . I 4 , P , 1 - . . . ,Ji ' 7 .. .. - . - , , u . 1 1 n u I 1 I ' ' D 'I I V 2 H G 3 U 2 I D I . ' 9 J V V H . . 7 ROME SCHAEFNER, it seems, is now captain of an ocean liner. I believe he has a permanent stateroom STEWART. But see, the vision fades. I feel a spirit. Old Grandad CONDON is trying to break the gate at the G.A.A. alumnae ho . Let's float up- stairs on a cloud of ectoplasm and view the festivities. One of the gusts - I mean "guests" - is EVA JANE BISIIOP. As she arrives she sa s "Why, what am I doing here! INA-BELZIP LONG!" Oh, here comes ELEANOR KOLAR dribbling a basketball. She seems to be humming a tune: A tirket, a tarket, I'1n looking for a harket. Who's this standing over 'gainst the wall in the stag line? Why, it's' MARY HELEN STOTTS, out on fouls. And there's MARION TAYLOR sitting on the register. She seems to have a little chill. Ah! here in one corner is a group of the party's sponsors. It seems these Amazons have all been pioneers in the training of girl Com- mandos. They are: ILA MIcrIALEc, JOAN RYAN, VERLA BERGLOFF, PHYLLIS SCHNOEE- ELEN, ELAINE ZARUB, HELEN VAN VLECK, OLGA NAXERA, and BOE TURNER. Bob's motto is, "Temper, Temper, watch your Temper- ance. ' , Let us float slowly up Broadway. Here on the right I see the bright lights of a Times Square marquee. They announce the "Fourth Fresh Revival of FENNELLlS Foolish French Follies for Franklin Females of 'Forty-Four." Those featured in the cast are: HELEN CROUCH, who still does her same old song and dance, entitled La Danse du Risque, and playing opposite her is that scintillating matinee idol, the lOvebird's lover, DON Juan-DEL. The chorus includes a mezz-o-sopranos,-starring OYCE HANSON as the rinci al so rano and J P . P P DOROTHY ROUPE as the principal meszZ . . . manager. Leaving the Follies we approach the NIEEENEGGER Theater, which seems to have been condemned for reasons of public safety. Next we pass the PoLLITz Palace, where it is said that'DoNNA is raising quite a hulla- BALLOU. A little further up Broadway we find the Elks Club, where a stag party is in dprogress. None of the men seem to have any oe. Over in the corner I see Bon SHEETS and EUGENE BURI reminiscing with that astute artiste of the beauty salon, Beaner MCBAIN, who is expressing his views on the new hair styles. Says Beaner, "You should see BETTY WOLFE'S sensational new egg-beater swirl - it's sweep- ing the country!" What is this I hear? It's HAROLD JOHNSON asking a friend how he happens to be so FIRTY Coop-ed up these days with EVELYN and ROSE MARY. Replies NEWELL, "Oh, I have lots of HART-rum." Here in a secluded alcove are newspaper columnists BILL PLOCK, CHUCK RASLEY, JIM POLLOCK, and HAROLD WILSON. They're dis- cussing the recent appointment of Ambassa- dor RUsT to a diplomatic position at The Hague. Ah! I feel a spirit calling to me! Who am I? Where am I? Am I? I seem to be in a cemetery. What do I see? Look! It's a spook! No, it's only a couple of MILLERS fluttering around. At least there's NADENE-I-ing that one of them is MABLE. Let us read some of the epitaphs: There wa: a young lad named MCGINNIS And oh, how he loved to play tenni.r,' But he .flipped on the .rtone And hroke every hone - .Yo now we ray, "Fini.r McGinnis." Ah! Here lie the remains of poor WILLIAM SAVAGE, Who expired while tryin g to make a "D" average. And here lie the honey of ill-fated DEAN RING, Mzirdered while judging a Franklin rchool ring. The vision fades. What scene is this! Ah, 'tis the palace of-a -former Franklin student, now languishing mid the splendor of his Arabian domain. I hear the sultan, JOHN PATRICK MCPARTLAND, Ordering his servants hither and yon. He speaks to CONNIE "Court- em Quick" KLIMA: To brighten thi: realm you plainly .ree I need a harem to comfort meg So haste thee, nymph, and bring with thee - ' BURNELL and SKIEN and DOHERTY. Let's hop aboard our ectoplasm again and float back home. Passing Over Africa we see a party of scientists still hunting for the missing LINK. Approaching the United States, we find that PATTY DUDEK has opened a parking lot. Well, she auto know a lor about the parking business. Her assistant is NORMA, who is also pretty SCHMATT along those lines. Right across the street, we find that WEA- ver, WAGNER, and WHITTINGHAM have opened a restaurant for the Former Friends of Friendly Frank-lin. Asked if they get many customers, they exclaim, "Oh, there's just s-cads and cads of them!" Floating into Madison Square Garden, we find a very exciting wrestling match going on. One of the contestants is LARRY JOHNSON, now chief engineer of the B.O. P.U. V.R. R.V. O.K. Railroad, which operates south of the MASON-HICKSEN line.The other contestant is EDDIE Welterweight Flyweight Paperweight Mustweight Can'tweight Sleightweight KAL- LIEL. The Referee is ANN "Le'me at 'Em" KUSIINER. The Cheerleaders are those four vigorous, vivacious, vanishing Virginians: BETSY JEAN ANDERSON, ANDREAN LOWE, BETTE VAN DE WALKER and MERCEDES STALEY The1r prlncrpal yell 1S Pound hrs head agamst the mat T1ll he don t know where he s at Burma Shave What now do I see? It s GEORGE THOMPSON the III Drafted at once, then qtuckly deferred They re say1ng that ROSIE and ToMs 1C stlll s1gh Over masculxne pulchr1tude, str1ctly G I BOE HAWORTH I see, IS a smart soda jerk, He s gomg wlth RUNGE alas for ber ZURK SOUCHEK asks HOWLAND If he s ever been wrong I ll be FRANK, he replles, st1ll waltmg for LONG P1nch penny PICKEORD, If seems, doesn t know Why twenty hve cents takes but one to the show The future we ve read for a hundred and five, Your astrologers now are more dead than ahve' Imagrnatxon and humor have burlt th1s prophecy It IS true only as It reflects the Sp1r1t of our c ass Though Tune shall prove rh1s wrmng false, lt shall not rove our Spmt false We have Ifferent ab1l1t1es, d1lferent Inter ests We have a common bellef and a common ho e e belxeve that war can never conquer the laughter, the Ideals, the courage of men We hope to bulld a better future GORDON FFNNELL NANCY GREEN CORRINE HENDRICxsON BOE MCGINNIS DON SOUCHEK MARION TOMS The We!! of june Clary, 1944 In Order to be held In sacred memory and hrghest esteem by the remamlng Inmates, we, the June graduatlng class of 1944 do hereby gxve, bequeath and dev1se to the gathered assemblage In com lete and perfect owner personal, or mlxed, however sltuated BILL SAVAGE leaves to posterrty thxs one crack for the w1ll DON SOUCIIEK leaves for the Navy to become a Radro Technlcxan We always knew he was Interested In short Waves WINNIE TOMS leaves hrs flock to ROY STODDARD, the SHEPHERD Man VERLA BERGLOEI wills her ab1lIty to memo r1ze poetry to the up and-comxng young WADSWORTH HAROLD IOHNSON and JOE PARCELL wxll their wonderful fr1endsh1p to MUGS and SCHEIB who we hope w1ll soon get together LOUIE REED leaves h1s knock ern down and keep em down techruque to M.r K1HCh s gym classes NANCY GREEN bequeaths her excellent French wlsdom to ERRY HARRINGTON need we say more? DOROTHY HICKSEN, MABLE MILLER, BETTY COLE, and EVA JANE BISHOP leave for Impor tant war engagements BETTY VAN DE WALKER leaves her hours Of runnmg practlce to some French student who can t get that Race horse speed e1ther BETTY The rmsslng LINK leaves her rug cutt1ng to BETTY BOLDEN PAT CARBERRY leaves her ab1l1ty to lay the plano to NANCY YUILL, who does p enty of playlng around lat1ng, screntlfic mln to DAVE DALY OANNE KADLEC and BETTY ANDERSON leave stlll argurng who wlll get F1shface EDDIE KALLIEL leaves h1s weight hftlng manuals to MALCOLM GUNN, wrth hopes that he won t go awry DON WANDEL wllls hrs book on sea adven tures to GRANT JENNINGS who could tell you plenty about NELSON JOYCE NASH and NORMA SCHMATT leave thelr slze to PAUL SWORD, who s always runnmg short HELEN CROUCII w1lls her place In her danc Ing troupe to any grrl Interested 1n that k1nd of troupe HAROLD WILSON leaves h1s woodworktng tools to BILL STANLEY, the most pronnslng chxseler In 10A ELAINE ZARUE leaves her glggles and takes Cup TEETERSD LIZ, I got my man, BARBER leaves her standxng place at the Tuesday evenmg Arr Crew revlew to MARY ANNE HOOTMAN, who IS st1ll lookmg ern over EUGENE BURI leaves wlth CAsH on hand Fin-Y ONE l . 7 I . ' 1 4 1 3 ship all the treasure insanities, whether real, MELDA RHODES begueaths her cold, calcu- 1. A DONNA LEE BALLOU leaves her childish attitude to JACK CoHRs, who is always play- ing around with dolls. GORDON "Why can't I have the Academy Award" FENNELL leaves Ms. Lamont for the next up-and-coming "Orson. ' ' JOYCE HANsoN is leaving her jewelry to anyone Who Wants it, but, sorry girls, she is keeping that handsome RING. PAT DUDEK leaves after asking marriage questions of Mrs. Lamont. "HUGH stole her heart away!" OLGA NAXERA and ELEANOR KOLAR leave their Whim, Wigorand Witality to the girls of Miss Sutherland's gym classes after an hour's workout. BILL MCBAIN, "The Fighting Irishman," leaves smtill counting his football quarters. TOM "Pretty Boy" PICKFORD leaves his ability for Boogie to PAT FORTUNE, who will take any kind of man-. ROSEMARY COOPER leaves her swooning spells to SHIRLEY LONG, who is just nuts about Frankie. MARTY MOEN leaves her winsome glances at the boys to PEGGY FEHLIIESON, whO'd like to win some. MARION TOMS leaves her best "weed" to the Botany, class to further its education. RosE MARIE DOTY bequeaths her gait to the Indian Creek stables. ' CORRINE HENDRIcIcsoN wills her big inter- est in the Navy to PEG MCILRAITH, whohonly has a LIDDLE. l MARIAN PoLLITz leaves her straight A card to BOE MILLS, who is always looking for some extra gas. ORVILLE RENNIE - leaves! Undoubtedly for the Navy, for his byline is "Stay-mates" CSTAMATSD. ANN KUSHNER leaves her figure-ing to BETTY EDGAR, who isn't a mathematician either. LARRY "Choo-Choo" JOHNSON leaves his poem, "I Asked for Some Bread and the Curtain Came Down with a Roll," to English 5 classes. I, JOHN HORTON, will my parking lot on the athletic field to next year-'s crop of romances. , BILL FLETCHER leaves, but he got quite a KIKCID out of it. WILAURA SKIEN leaves her strands of long red hair, because she has finally decided she Wants a short BOE. IONE PETERSON leaves her seat in Latin to any ardent lover of Rqmancs -4 languages? SHIRLEY CARPENTER leaves her saw to "bored of educationl' DOROTHY ROUPE leaves for southwest Iowa - We believe the name of the town is Harlan. BILL SEVERA leaves his french horn, but that won't stop his blowing.. FIFTY-'FVYQ ' LoIs MASON leaves her box office appeal to Ginger Rogers, the star of "She Couldn't Get the Match Lit," or "Lady in the Dark." INA BELLE leaves for Great Lakes. It won't be LONG now. - CONNIE KLIMA leaves her Lucky Strikes to JIM THRELKELD - naturally we're speaking about bowling. JIM POLLOCK leaves his old saying to any- one going into class for an exam - it is: "Leave us face it." BETTY "I lost my howl" WOLFE would like to leave her last name to any one of those ,street corner casanovas. VIRGINIA leaves her BOYLE-ing point to JIM. We hope there's no LIEKAGE. MARGARET YOUNG leaves her hills in favor of DALES. JIM GRAHAM leaves with this remark: "Tish! Tish!" MARIE DOHERTY leaves her 'blushes to DOUG WEST, Who's always in the PINK. SHIRLEY TROWBRIDGE leaves an idea to SALLY ZUERCHER, who finally found out what HAY Cwasj WORTH. GEORGIAN WAGNER leaves her pug nose to STEVIE, who at least tries to act "stuck up." Bon SHEETS Wills his set of golf clubs, especially his spoon, to any golfer who may find himself in the rough. ANDREAN LOWE leaves her flowing tenor voice to SHERYL ZALESICY, Franklin's own Jenny Lind. ' ' REBECCA SPEAR and HILDA SWANN leave their culinary abilities to GRACE Low, who is always cooking up things. HARRIETT BERNSTEIN leaves more or LEs HURT. NADENE MILLER and PHYLLIS SCHNOEBELEN will their hair to Mr. Benson, who could" use some. JOAN RYAN leaves for a discussion at Town Hall. The question is: Will WHITTINGI-IAM graduate? MARIAN WEAVER leaves her Shakespearian line, "Better button your flap," to Mrs. Lowe. BOE MCGINNIS leaves - see fellas, it's not so hard, after all. BOE TURNER wills his pugilistic ability to EDWIN HEUSINKVELD, that old bully. LETTIE STEWART leaves a revised edition of the Latin book to all Latin students. Hers is entitled, "A Day with YOUNG Rome." PAT MCPARTLAND leaves' his eagle eye to Miss Oberg, who doesn't miss a thing anyway. BOE CONDON bequeaths his stalwart, up- right figure to LEO MORISSEY. CHARLES RASLEY leaves his stidfness in the joints to CHARLES BRAMMER and BOE NEEE, who have been stiff in several joints. FAITH NIFFENEGGER leaves her pancake to the Makeup Comzmttee, who could use a l1ttle excess GEORGIA CASH leaves her job of mght watchman at Bever Park to LETA MAL, who could stand a l1ttle watchmg NEWELL HARTIIUM leaves h1s pamt brush and favorxte color red to JUNE CHAPEN, who knows how to pamt the town red' MARIAN TAYLOR wllls her cool atutude to anyone gettlng CHILLY HARRIETT RUNGE leaves her typmg speed to JoYcE KUTCIIERA, who can t seem to hIt KEY THDS rlght MERCEDES STALLY leaves on tlptoes, but then she always was a quret sort ANET CRABBE leaves her speed on the gym floor to JOAN MQIIN, who IS havmg a 11ttle trouble wrth gym IM BURIANEK fast at h1s heels EVLLYNE COOPER bequeaths her peroxlde rmse to MARILYN ANDFRLE, who IS begmmng to show her dark roots BILL SHOWERS leaves to work at the tele phone company where he w1ll also play wlth the belles IM TAGGART leaves wrth sweat on h1s brow and pauses to see why he d1d IC and just how ll I PEGGY oNEs, leave my snap y under standmg to DAVE MARTIN, whose gy l1ne Is, I don t get It' HELEN VAN VLECK leaves, but don t Worry, k1ds, she s stlll got a s1ster LEETTA SCIIRIMPER and ILA MICIIALEC leave for Earl Carroll s VanItIes MARG LODGE w1l1s her glamor to PATTY CRAEMER, that 9A wallflovver who yust can t seem to get around I BILL PLOCK bequeath my sprrng to the Beauty Rest Mattress Co REGIS MCCRACKIN leaves her artlstrc ICC skatlng abxlxty to Norma Jean Bedell who cuts qulte .I figure herself I DICK RUST, w1ll my latest best seller, Essays on Etlquette, to my 11ttle brother Ro MURIEL BURNELL wIlls that young and Innocent look to JOAN KILLIAN, who IS young anyway I PHILLIPS HODGE, do hereby bequeath My poems about the bzrdx and the BEES THSD And rom dear Frurzklzrz I m .rturtzng to run Because coal z.r Jtzll ugh! dollar: u ton The Franklln staff and uplls wlll not be held responsxble for the bo les of the follow Ing wrtnesses DICK RUST ANET CRAI-ABE IONE PETERSON ANDREAN LowE WILAURA SKIEN BILL SAVAGE Codzczl We, the wxtnesses, request that you send our bones to MOENS FIYTY THREE Q ' . I 4. ' J . . . - ' CJ I . A I I . C GEORGE THOMPSQN leaves w1th detect1ve f A . , . J ' . I - . J A . J . I Class Poern jane, 1944 THE HIGH ROAD We have traveled together thas far in life's coarse, And the road has heen seemingly hrightj For our pleasures were such we shall never forget, Making even our troahles seein light. Bat our school days at Franklin have corne to an end To its hallways we hid fond adienj We mast leave cherished friends who have shared our good times And the roads of tofnorrow pursue. We pay trihzete to those who have given their time To prepare as for all that's ahead. For too often we've taken their ejforts at naught, Or have scorned sometimes what thgr have said. Beet we realize now that the lessons we've learned And the studies we did with a sigh, Were to help pass the tests on the highway of life,' For the road to success is so high. There are dreains and arnhitions we wish to faljillj Bat, at first, there's a war to he won. 'Tis a war in which liherty lies at the stakej And we'll fight 'til this chaos is done. We are facing the zenchartered paths of toinorrow, Undaunted hy what lies heforeg We'll contrihzete to that which our fathers hegan - We, the pupils of class '44. We are hzeilding for character - not for renownf And in all we shall seek His hehest, To inake Beauty and Truth our outstanding desires, May the highways we choose he the hest! A - WILAURA SKIEN Autcbgraphs whilygww Wai ,. ' J- 'V' fwfywaf my 4 fm? X ,M . 9.7154 W if Aurmgraphs - ------ H-r -- -I .I . I , ,HL,......iig....... i1:a1.:...-'tai--2"-fi-QL ff... -- - -H 1. . ' L 1 J11.. 1 .., w 11.1 .gr-1 " 1...1,x 1 -wc.. 911' asf.-,I ... r 1 1' 1 1 1'11 '1 1 131' 1 r"4'V " I JH' I' QT1 .L J, ' A ...JL 1 1 -1 l ' ' J 15 -11.1 1. 4 !'K 'If' .J 1 H. -n E I 44, f' bg! TL,- 1"1' ' Tw 1.r ' LL 1 1-1 L 1 4. L. 1 In 1 1 -L T..-IH1 14911- 1- 'r "'1- 1 1 -1...L. 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