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

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DEDICATION TO PAUL MILLER Who in his first year at Franklin has become known as a friendly and progressive leader with cz warm and sincere interest in the wel- fare of boys and giris. PUBLISHED BY FRANKLIN SCHOOL CEDAR RAPIDS, lowA 1 949 W0 FRANKLIN SC HOOL PAUL MILLER Native State, Ohio Colleges: B.S. in Education, Wilmington College, Ohio M.A., Miami University, Ohio Candidate for Ph.D., Ohio State University Hand grasps at hand, eye lights eye in good friendship, and great hearts expand and grow one in the sense of this world's life. -Robert Browning. Three Four Administration Bock Row: E. Burianek, N. Williams, E. Low. Froni Row: M. Crosier, L. Swoney, E. Ashby Health, Technical Foundations, Cultural Background r A F3 ... .... Back Row: l. Lowe, G. Beuter, A. Bowne, E. Thompson, D. Mathews, M. Lovejoy, O. Deeds, C. Kahler, R, Gorman. Middle Row: L. Clark, A. Rudd, E. Grissel, A. Christian, E. Harding, H. Cory, W. Hagen, H. Levsen, P. Kridler. Front Row: C. Hebl, I. Tillapaugh, L. Peterson, B. Perrin, L. Yeates, L. Sutherland, E. Roberg, W. Owen. Human Relations, Individual Expression .. .. .i ,. . C l Back Row: M. Brunner, D. Hessenius, L. Goettel, K. Mueller, O. Rust, H. Templeman, R. Hubacek, W. Wagner. Middle Row: .l. King, F. McMurray, D. Menning, B. Hunter, R. Whaley, M. MacDonald, B. Pratt, N. Boyack, G. James. Front Row: G. Low, M. DeWoody, M. Meyer, G. Wathan, E, Oberg, Z. Cleveland, A. Painter, P. Bingham, R. Fleek. Five CLASS OF JANU MARLYCE ANDERSON HAndY,1 Aerial Dart Winners 11B, Senior Play 12A, Treble Cleft Singers 1OA, 11A, 12, Shgluiapseare Club 12B, All City Chorus 1 , . DONNA ATKINSON "Squibby" Latin Club 10, Le Cercle Francais 12A, Mathematics Club 10Ag Sportsmanship Committee 10, 11, 12, Senior Play 12Ag Accompanist for School Sing 108, Class Secretary 11A, Treble CletT Singers 11A, A Cappella Choir 10A, 11, 12, All City Chorus 115, 125. CASS BAILEY "Case" Football Team 10, 11, 12, Track Team 11, Le Cercle Francais 12A, Mathema- tics Club 10A: Class Assembly Play 10, 11, Senior Play 12A. MARY ALICE BROWN Tennis Doubles 12A5 Latin Club 10, Mathematics Club IOA, Business Com- mittee 12g Hospitality Committee 10, 11, 127 Class Assembly Play 10Ap Thespian Play 12Bg Senior Play 12Ap National Thespian Troupe 11, 12, Cor- responding Secretary 12Ap Treble ClelT Singers 125 Shakespeare Club 12Bg All City Chorus 11, 12. DON BUCHHEISTER "Buck" Basketball Team 10, 11, 12, Football Team 12Ap Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 12, Senior Play 12Ap National Thespian Troupe 12, Class Treasurer 11Ap A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Vice- Presiclent 12Ap All City Chorus 11, 12, Baseball Team 11, 12. RICHARD BUSHNELL uR- 8.11 uDunu nDicku Football Team 11, 127 Track Team 105 Class Assembly Play 10, 11, 12: Festi- val Play 125, Thespian Play 128, Senior Play 12Ap National Thespian Troupe 11, 12, Marching Band 11, All City Chorus 10, 11, Wrestling Team 12. Six A R www tw? , . 4, X ' .1 ::::,,r I M. 'fe : I Sila- , , I s nr 'W We 'M I 3 X it i I A ,4 ss , X K Y, 1949 STANLEY CEJKA, JR. "Check" "Junior" Basketball Team 9, 10: Football Team 9, 10, 11, 125 National Athletic Honor Society 11, 12: Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 12, Track Team 9, 10, 11, 12, Mathematics Club 10, Art Committee 11, 12: All City Band 11, Studio Band 1OBy Wrestling Team 12. RUTH CONN Girls Athletic Association 10A, 11, 12, Vice-President 12B, Girls State Athletic Association 11A, 12, Le Cercle Fran- cais, Vice-President 12Ap Mathematics Club IOA, Art Committee 10, 11, 12, Senior Play 12Ap National Thespian Troupe 11, 12: Co-editor of Franklin Post 11Ap Sophrosyne 11A, 12, Class Secretary 10A5 Shakespeare Club 11, 12. DALE FINLEY CROSIER "Finley" "Crash" Football Team 10, 11, 12, National Athletic Honor Society 12, Thunder- bolt Athletic Club 127 Track Team 10, 11, 12, Mathematics Club 10, Hospital- ity Committee 10, 11, 12, Sportsman- ship Committee 10, 11, 12, Class As- sembly Play 12Bp Senior Play 12Ag National Thespian Troupe 12, All City Band 117 Class Vice-President 12Bf Class Treasurer 11Bg Studio Band 10, 11, Wrestling Team 12A, meooone DALAMAGGAS Haig Boy new' ffoeuf' "Pete" Track Team 113 Mathematics Club 10: Senior Play 12A, A Cappella Chair 10, 11, 12, All City Chorus 11, 12. DE LOIS DOWNING uDeu nl-oisn Roosevelt High, St. Louis, Mo., Wau- kegan Twn. High, Waukegan, Ill., Latin Club 10, 11B, Vice-President 11Bg Mathematics Club 1OAp Hospitality Committee 12, Senior Play 12Ay Na- tional Thespian Troupe 11A, 12, Vice- President 12Ap Treble Cleft Singers 12Ap Editor of Franklin Post 11A, Sophrosyne 12A, Class Vice-President 10Ap Shakespeare Club 12, Vice-Presi- dent 12A, All City Chorus 1215, Triple Trio 12A. ROBERT DVORAK Ilsobll Track Team 10, 111 Baseball Team 12. CLASS OF J' DARLENE EGGLESTON nEggien nEggheadu Aerial Dart Winners 1155 Senior Play 12A5 Treble Cleft Singers 11A, 125 All City Chorus 11, 12. MARIE EWOLDT Valley Ball Winning Team 12A5 Latin Club 105 Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Math- ematics Club 105 Landscaping Com- mittee 10, 11, 125 Senior Play 12A5 Sophrosyne 12A5 Shakespeare Club 12A5 All City Chorus 11, 125 Treble Cleft Singers 12A. NORINNE FENNER Girls Athletic Association 10, 11, 12, Secretary 115 Girls State Athletic As- sociation 10A, 11, 125 Latin Club 105 Mathematics Club 10A5 Business Com- mittee 10, 11, 125 Class Assembly Play 10A5 Senior Play 12A5 National Thes- pian Troupe 11, 12, Corresponding Secretary 11, Secretary 125 Treble Cleft Singers 115 Co-editor at Frank- lin Post 11A5 Class Secretary 10A, 125 Shapespeare Club 12A5 Cheerleader 10, 11, 125 A Cappella Choir 12B5 All City Chorus 11, 12. DAVID FRY IlDaveIl Ilwuhll Beloit High School, Beloit, Wisconsin5 Golf Team 12B5 Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Senior Play 12A. JO ANN GARDEN u-Ion Class Assembly Play 12B5 Senior Play 12A5 National Thespian Troupe 125 All City Band 9, 10, 11, 125 All City Orchestra 10, 11, 125 All City Music Contest 9, 10, 115 District Music Con- test 11A5 Salon Orchestra 10, 11, 125 State Music Contest 11A. STANLEY GINSBERG "Stan" Basketball Team 9A5 Football Team 9, 10, 11, 125 Thunderbolt Athletic Club5 Track Team 9, 105 Class Assembly Play 12B5 Senior Play 12A5 National Thespian Troupe 12A. ANUARY,1949 'XP N S' ,s I T ,,5.55::. -5 1 3 ROBERT G. GIOVANAZZI usobu ujoell mcghematics Club 105 All City Chorus WILLARD GODDARD ftwillytf nsmu Basketball Winning Team 1055 A Cappella Choir 11, 1285 All City Chorus 11B, 128. JACK HAN EY "Walt" "Friskie" Basketball Team 10, 11, 125 Football Team 105 Tennis Team 11, 125 Math- ematics Club 105 Senior Play 12A. SHIRLEY HATHAWAY uRedu Patrick Henry High School, Minne- apolis, Minn.5 Shakespeare Club 11A, 12B5 Senior Play 12A. DARLENE HESTROFFER "Hestie" Girls Athletic Association 105 Girls State Athletic Association 11, 125 Better Gregg Artists 12A5 Class As- sembly Play 11A5 Senior Play 12A5 National Thespian Troupe 11, 125 Ed- itor of Franklin Post 11A5 Shakespeare Club 125. DELORIS JEANETTE HICKEY "De" "The Hick" "Hiccup" Latin Club 105 Mathematics Club 105 Budget Committee 10, 11, 125 Senior Play 12A5 Treble Cletf Singers 11A, 12B5 A Cappella Choir 12A5 All City Chorus 11B, 128. Seven CLASS OFJ MARIE HINES H1-inyn Latin Club 105 Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Mathematics Club 105 Martha Wash- ington Room Committee 125 Senior Play. BETTY HOPKINS "Hoppie" Girls Athletic Association 125 Basket- ball Winning Team 1285 Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Mathematics Club 105 Hospitality Committee 10, 11, 125 Sen- ior Play 12A5 Class Vice-President 12A5 Class Treasurer 128. FRANK HUDSON, JR. Mathematics Club 10A. JEAN M. HUNT Girls Athletic Association 11A, 125 Girls State Athletic Association 125 Latin Club 105 Honor Assembly Com- mittee 125 Class Assembly Play 1285 Senior Play 12A5 National Thespian Troupe 11A, 125 Treble Cleft Singers 10A, 118, 125 Editor of Franklin Post 11A5 All City Chorus 118, 1285 Math- ematics Club 10. MARY FRANCES JEANNES ANUARY,l949 8 .,5.. 5 1 -ef: '-'-: - :, ..,.,..,....,, 5 ' ' ' o .. ,.:.,: , . 5 Fi' , IIB Z ll A Hollywood High, Hollywood, Cali- H tornio5 Class Assembly Play 128. ,v HERBERT JOHNS "Herb" Geneseo High, Buckingham, lowa5 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 125 Track Team 11, 125 Hospitality Cam- mittee 10, 11, 125 Senior Play 12A5 Shakespeare Club 12A5 A Cappella Choir 12A5 Cross Country Team 11, 125 All City Chorus 1285 Wrestling Team 12A. Eight K' I J I FW S gm, E M, Seifert? H .S V5.2 .,,., 2 t.rt ,,........ t,V, Q 1 N :,: Q lill V 'Zi gi f' 1-2-2-s:aas::: ............ 5 :ass-,. gzkzzgzgszsgegsgsgt lf 4 ff f f 4 y W4 f J DUANE JOHNSON Mathematics Club 1OA5 Landscaping Committee 10, 11, 125 All City Band 1185 All City Music Contest 1285 Class Ygceilzresigent 118, 11A5 Studio Band JOYCE JOHNSON Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Mathematics Club 10A5 Landscaping Committee 125 Senior Play 125 Treble Cleft Singers 12A5 Shakespeare Club 12A5 All City Chorus 118, 128. JOYCE JURGENSEN HJOYH Hjurgyn ALICE KITCHIN Latin Club 105 Mathematics Club 105 Le Cercle Francois 11, 125 Senior Play 12A5 Accompanist for School Sing 11A5 All City Music Contest 10, 11, 125 All City Orchestra 10, 1185 District Music Contest 11, 125 Music Director in School Sing 11A5 State Music Contest 125 Treble Cleft Singers 10, 1185 Shakes- peare Club 1285 A Cappella Choir11A, 1285 All City Chorus 118, 128. JOHN C. KREBS lljuckll Football Team 1OA5 Track Team 1085 Latin Club 105 Mathematics Club IOA5 Senior Play 12A5 Hawkeye Boys State 1285 Class Secretary 1185 Wrestling Team 12A. CHARLES LANDIS "Chuck" Football Teom 10, 11, 125 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 125 Track Team 105 Moth- ematics Club 105 Landscaping Com- mittee 125 Class Assembly Play 1085 Studio Band 12A5 A Cappella Choir 1gA, 11, 1285 All City Chorus 118, 1 8. CLASS OFJ BARBARA MAPEL usarbu uscrbyu Le Cercle Francais 12A, Mathematics Club 10, Lyceum Committee 12, All City Music Contest 10B, All City Orchestra 9A, 10, l1B, Shakespeare Club 12A. ALEX MEYER "Alphonse" "Al" Tennis Team 12, Mathematics Club 10, Senior Play 12A: A CGPPQHU 0191" 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 12, All City Chorus 10, 11, 12. JOHN POTIER "Petit" "Jeantoux" Track Team 9A, 10B, Le Cercle Francais 12A. DELMAR RUNQUIST IlDellI GEORGE SAMUELSON, JR. nl-ehyn Basketball Team 9, 10, 11, Football Team 9, 10, National Athletic Honor Society 12, Tennis Team 10, 11, 12, Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 12, Le Cercle Francais 12, Mathematics Club 10, Honor Assembly Committee 10, 11, 12, Senior Play 12A, Editor of Franklin Post 12, Class President 11, Closs2Treasurer 10, 12, Football Mgr. 11, 1 . CHARLES M. SCHEURS llchcsll Football Team 10, Track Team 9, 10, Basketball Team 9. its Le F, ' ii ANUARY,1949 ROBERT J. SCHLADETZKY "Bob" "Bobby Joe" "Schlecl" McKinley High, U.S. Marine Corps. GLENN SCHULLER ROBERT SCHWINN nsobu Loras Academy, Dubuque, Iowa, Foot- ball Team 10, 11, 12, National Athletic Honor Society 11, 12, Thunderbolt Althetic Club 11, 12, Track Team 9, 11, Le Cercle Francais 12, Sportsman- ship Committee 12, Hawkeye Boys State 12, Class President 11B, 12A. JOAN SIDLINGER Hsidu Latin Club 10, Le Cercle Francais 12A, Mathematics Club 10, Art Committee 9, 10, 11, 12, Music Director of School Sing 11B, Sophrosyne 12A, Class Presi- dent 10B, Cheerleader 10, 11, 12. WALLACE SMITH llwunyll Basketball Team 10, 11, Football Team 10, 11, 12, National Athletic Honor Society 11, 12, Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 12, Baseball Winning Tsang 11, 52, Sportsmanship Committee , 1, 1 . SUSAN STARMAN nsueu Girls Athletic Association 11A, 12, Girls State Athletic Association 12, Basketball Winning Team 12B, Latin Club 10, President 10B, Le Cercle Francais 12A, Mathematics Club 10A, Martha Washington Room Committee 10, 11, 12, Senior Play Student Director 12A, National Thespian Troupe 12, All City Music Contest 10B, 11B, All City Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12, Salon Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12, Treble Cleft Singers 1OA, 11, Sophrosyne 11A, 12, A Cappella Choir 12, All City Chorus 11B, l2A. Nine CLASS OF JANUARY,1949 SALLY STROTHER Tennis Doubles 12A, Latin Club 10, Le Cercle Francois 12A, Secretary, Mathematics Club 10A, Honor Assem- bly Committee 12, Senior Play 12A, Accompanist for School Sing 10B, 118, All City Music Contest 108, 12B, All City Orchestra 10B, Treble Cleft Sing- ers 11A, Co-Editor of Franklin Post 12A, Shakespeare Club 12B, All City Chorus 11A, 12B, A Cappella Choir 1OA, 11B, 12. THEODORE LEON SUCHOMEL "Sook' "Ted" "Sookey" John Swelt, San Francisco, Calif., Roosevelt, Richmond, Calit., Hospital- ity Committee 10, 11, 12, Track Team 9, 10, Class Assembly Play 11B, All City Music Contest 11, District Music Contest 11, All City Orchestra 11, Salon Orchestra 10, 11, State Music Contest 11, Studia Bond 10, 11, 1213, Marching Band 10, 11. ROBERT SWAN EY llBobll Football Team 10, 11, Golf Team 12, Latin Club 10, le Cercle Francais 12A, President 12A, Mathematics Club 10A, Lyceum Committee 10, 11, 12, Class Assembly Play 1OB, Thespian Play 128, Senior Play 12A, National Thespian Troupe 11, 12, President 12A, All City Band 11, 12, All City Music Contest 10, 11, 12, All City Orchestra 10, 11, 12, Director of Studio Band 11, 12, District Music Contest 10, 11, 12, Music Director of School Sing 10, 11, Salon Orchestra 10, 11, 12, State Music Contest 11, 12, Hawkeye Boys State 11, Sophrosyne 11, 12, Class President 10, Studio Band 10, 11, 12, Marching Band 11, 12, A Cappella Choir 12, All City Chorus 12, National Music Contest 11, Organ Scholarship 10. President - , - Vice-President CLASS OFFICERS Secreta ry ............. ............. Treasurer -- ................ .... - - Ten DUANE THENHAUS "Tone" Basketball Team 9, 10, 11, 12, Football Team 9, 10, 11, 12, National Athletic Honor Society 11, 12, Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 12, Basketball Win- ning Team 9, Le Cercle Francais 12A, Class Assembly Ploy 10B, Editor of Franklin Post 11B, Hawkeye Boys State 128, Class President 12B. JAMES WASTA "Erwin" "Ere" Basketball Team 9, 10, 11, 12, Football Team Manager 10, 11, 12, National Athletic Honor Society 11, 12, Tennis Team 10, 11, 12, Thunderbolt Athletic Club 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 9, 10, Mathematics Club 10, Martha Wash- ington Room Cammittee 10, 11, 12, Class Assembly Play 108, Senior Play 12A, All City Band 10, 11, All City Music Contest 108, District Music Con- test 11B, Hawkeye Boys State 128, Sophrosyne 11A, 12, Studio Band 9, 10, 11, A Cappella Choir 12, Presi- dent 12A, All City Chorus 128. GRETA LOU WHITMER Treble Cleft Singers 10A, 11B, 12, All City Chorus 118, 12B. Robert Schwinn Betty Hopkins -Norrine Fenner George Samuelson CLASS OF JUNE JOHN W. ALLEN Latin Club 10A5 Mathematics Club 10A5 All City Band 10, 115 All City Music Contest 10, 115 All City Orches- tra 11, 125 District Music Contest 115 Solon Orchestra 11, 125 Marching Band 10, 11, 12B5 Studio Band 10, 11, 12B. JANET ALLENDER ::2:., 5 ., . v' s njqnu .L Mathematics Club 105 Shakespeare by Club 11A5 All City Chorus 125 A Cap- 'i' . V t pella Choir 125 Secretary 12A, Y 1 -V i: eg ig, 1 ,ewes ' wc.- DAVID AOSSEY "Abdoo" Basketball Team 10B5 Golf Team 10, 11, 12, State Champions 115 Thunder- bolt Athletic Club 10, 11, 125 Basket- ball Winning Team 1013. BARBARA BARGER Numb" "Bobs" Latin Club 105 Mathematics Club 105 Hospitality Committee 10A, 11, 125 Accompanist for School Sing 10A5 District Music Contest 12A5 State Music Contest 12A5 Treble Cleft Singers 1lA, 12B5 Shakespeare Club 125 All City Chorus 10, 115 Better Gregg Artists 125 A Cappella Choir 12A. LOIS BARTON Girls Athletic Association 11, 125 Girls State Athletic Association 125 Math- ematics Club 125 National Thespian Troupe 125 Shakespeare Club 10, 11, 125 Camera Club 12. t:t-e ,fgsii .,...,. A JOSEPHINE BATES njou ujosieu Girls Athletic Association 11, 12B5 Girls State Athletic Association 11A. it fs ,1949 DOUGLAS BATTIN "The Bat" "Douger" Basketball Team 125 Football Team 10B5 Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Math- ematics Club IOB5 Sportsmanship Com- mittee 10, 11, 125 Class Assembly Play 115 Senior Play 12A5 All City Band 11A5 All City Music Contest 105 Class President 11A5 Shakespeare Club 11. JAMES M. BECK "Moses" Mathematics Club 105 Budget Com- mittee 11A, 12. MARILYN BENNER "Benny" Girls Athletic Association 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 12B5 Girls State Ath- Ietic Association 10A, 11, 125 Base- ball Winning Team 11A5 Le Cercle Francais l2A5 Mathematics Club 105 Public Relations Committee 125 Na- tional Thespian Troupe 11, 125 Ac- companist for School Sing IOA5 All City Orchestra 11, 125 Salon Orchestra 11A, 1285 Treble Cleft Singers 10A, 11, l2B, President 12B5 Shakespeare Club 118, 12B5 Triple Trio 11, 125 All City Chorus 10, 115 Sophrosyne 12A. RICHARD BENNETT Football Team 9, 105 Mathematics Club 10A5 Thespian Play 10. WILLIAM C. BENNETT "Bill" "Iron Arm" Baseball Winning Team 105 A Cap- pella Chair 10, 11, 12. TEDDA LOU BISHOP H1-eddyn upugu McKinley5 Treble Cleft Singers 11B5 A Cappella Choir 11A, 125 Better Gregg Artists 12. Eleven CLASS OF BARBARA BOYD "Barb" Girls Athletic Association 12B5 Math- ematics Club 105 Art Committee 10, 11, 125 All City Orchestra 10, 115 Shakespeare Club 115 A Cappella Choir 1285 All City Chorus5 Treble Cleft Singers 12A5 Sophrosyne 12A. RICHARD R. BREIDERT Hmcku URBH Basketball Team 9, Thunderbolt Ath- letic Club 125 Track Team 9, 10, 125 Cross Country Track 12. EDWIN BRINK IlEdll Football Team 105 Baseball Team IO, 11, 125 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 10, 11, 125 Track Team 9, 105 Aerial Dart Winners 10. RICHARD BRONDEL "Dick" "Blondie" "Ole" Tennis Team 12A5 Basketball Winning Team 95 Tennis Singles 12B5 District Music Contest 11, 125 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Camera Club 11A, 12. DAVID JEROME BU RRELL "Fleeting Arrow" "Burr" "Burley" Basketball Team 10, 11, 125 Golf Team 125 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 125 Mathematics Club 105 A Cappella Choir 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 12A. JOHN R. CHADIMA Hijack!! National High School Poetry Associ- ation 1155 American Poetry Society IIA. Twelve JUNE .... 1 ' -: 'tg Q. ' l' .:. . ,E X fe X ,.,,,.,., I 'if ' ' N' 5 .::. gl A 91 495 W 'QS 1. I , 5, -,X5 :ur ms. ' :s:.:2:s,,,u A S 2 Qs' . ,., ..... 1, ,. M -., ss. if z:s::sf.:af '-Qt' ,:QE5:ijf, , 7949 KATHRYN CHEHAK uchicn McKinley5 Girls Athletic Association 10, IIB5 Girls State Athletic Association IOA, IIB5 Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Mathematics Club IOA5 Business Com- mittee 9, 10, 11, 125 All City Music Cimtest 105 Shakespeare Club IIA, JAMES CHIPOKAS Hchipn Basketball Team 125 Football Team IOB5 Track Team 1OA5 Basketball Winning Team IOA, 11A5 All City Music Contest 10. ROBERT WILLIAM CHRISTENSON "Chris" Lincoln High School, Des Moines, Iowo5 Football Team 105 Thunderbolt Ath- letic Club 12A5 Mathematics Club 105 Martha Washington Room Committee I25 Class President 12B5 Shakespeare Club 125 Camera Club 1285 Wrestling Team 125 Central Governing Com- mittee I25 Sophrosyne 12A. CONSTANCE LEE CORNWELL "Connie" "Conky" Girls Athletic Association 11A, 12, Vice-President 12A5 Latin Club 105 Aerial Dart Winners IIA5 Baseball Winning Team IIA5 Le Cercle Francais 12, Vice-President5 Mathematics Club 105 Sportsmanship Committee 10, 11, 125 All City Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Salon Orchestra 125 Sophrosyne 125 Honor Assembly Committee 10. DONALD CORNWELI. Hoonn HMOWI Basketball Team 9, 10, 11, 125 Football Team 9, 10, 11, 125 National Athletic Honor Society 10, 11, 125 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 10, 11, 125 Track Team 9, 10, 11, 125 Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Mathematics Club 10A5 Public Relations Committee 10, 11, 125 Hawkeye Boys State IIA5 Athletic Council 12A. NANCY ELIZABETH COSGROVE Central High School, Benson High School, Omaha, Nebraska. CLASS OF JUNE, 7949 RICHARD DONAHUE "Silent Moccasin" Track Team 9, 10, Le Cercle Francais I2A, Treasurer I2A, Mathematics Club 10, All City Bond IIA, Editor of Franklin Post IIA, Shakespeare Club IIA, I2, Camera Club IIA, 12, March- ing Band 10. PATRICIA DUNSHEE "Patty" "Patso" "Dunsh" Latin Club IOA, Senior Play I2Ai Music Director in School Sing IOA: Treble Cleft Singers IOA, IIB: Edllfif of Franklin Post IIB, Shakespeare Club II, 12, All City Music Festival 11. KENNETH DUREY "Rippling Brook" Le Cercle Francais 12A: Mathematics Club IO, Budget Committee I0, II, 12, Class Treasurer IIA, Shakespeare Club l2B. .IOHN DUXBURY HDUXH Marion High School, Basketball Team 9. MARLENE ANN DYTERT Latin Club 10. NEYDA M. EASTMAN "Sandy" "Venus" Shakespeare Club IIA, All City Chorus I2A. -':: -: 47 f 1...- ua F WWI CATHERINE LEA EDMONDS HCQYU Hcmhytf Girls Athletic Association 12, Presi- dent I2A, Mathematics Club 10, Presi- dent IOB, Business Committee I0, 1I, 12, Hospitality Committee 11, 12, Class Assembly Play 10, Senior Play I2A, National Thespian Troupe IIA, 12, Treble Cleft Singers 12, Shake- speare Club II, 12, Triple Trio I2B, All City Chorus IOA, Better Gregg Artists I2A. JANINE EK nsisu nJean11 Art Committee 10, II, 12, Festival Play IIA, Thespian Play IIA, Senior Play I2A, National Thespian Troupe Il, I2, Music Director in School Sing IOA, Treble Cleff Singers IOA, I2, Editor of Franklin Post 12B, Shake- speare Club IIB, 12B, President I2B, Triple Trio 125, All City Chorus IOA, I2A, Cheerleader 12, Winner All City Art Contest IOA, Sophrosyne I2A. MARY A. ELLINGSON Treble Cleft Singers IOA, I1, 12, All City Chorus 10, 11, 12, Better Gregg Artists I2A. DAVID L. FAGLE "Dave" Mathematics Club IOA, Hospitality Committee IO, 11, 12, Landscaping Committee 12, All City Band 10, II, Shakespeare Club IOA, Camera Club IIA, Marching Band IO, 11. PEGGY FEDDERN Budget Committee 10, 11, 12, Class Assembly Play IOA, Better Gregg Artists I2A, Shakespeare Club IIB. JAMES W. FERGUSON njimu HFMQH Basketball Team 11, 12, Football Team Il, 12, Golf Team I2A, Tennis Team 10, 11, Mathematics Club 10, Vice- President, A Cappella Choir I2A, Thunderbolt Athletic Club I2A. Thirteen CLA MAZIE FISCHER Mathematics Club 10. DIXIE LEE FLOYD noixu noicu Center Point High School, Mathematics Club 10. FRANCES ANN FRANCO "Fra nsico" Lipton High School, Shakespeare Club 12Bp A Cappella Choir 1OA, 11, 127 All City Chorus 10A, l1A, 12A, Better Gregg Artists 12. DUANE FRY "Danny" "Omaha" Baseball 105 Football Team 10, 11, 12, Manager 9, Thunderbolt Athletic Club 9, 10, ll, 127 Track Team 9, 105 Mathematics Club 103 Class Assembly Play 10B, 1lBg National Thespian Troupe 11, 12, Hawkeye Boys State l1A. JACK FUNCKE Track Team 10, 127 Mathematics Club 107 Camera Club 11A, 121 Honor Assembly Committee. JO ANN GABRIEL njou uaobbyu ujo-Jon Le Cercle Francais 12Ag Hospitality Committee 10, 11, 12, Senior Play 12Ap Treble Cleft Singers 10, 11, 12, Treas- urer l1A, Vice-President l2Bp All City Music Festival 10, 11, Shakespeare Club 12A. Fourteen is? V, ag, ....,., ,. SS OF JUNE . 1, 3 ..::::5:5E:IE.:- .. -- - --:-::::5:::: X' s i Q x Q -- S ,QE we , Q X Q A .avr ,sa is A fri A A. .. iii if .... . E ' if fs , . Vx liege: wx S -.: x 'dl' ts 5 15553. A S I iz", Q 225' if fix f Q , 4 ,E -,,,,, X 3' is , 7949 BARBARA GAINES "Bobbi" Dubuque Senior High 10, 111 Girls Athletic Association 10, 11, Class Assembly Play 1285 National Thespian Troupe 11, 125 Treble Cletf Singers 12, Sophrosyne 1lA, 12Bp Senior Play 12A. JAMES T. GORMAN lIFragll Golf Team 12, Tennis Team 11A, 12Bg Track Team 9A, Mathematics Club 10, Class Assembly Play l1Ap Festival Play 9A, Shakespeare Club ll, 12. JEANNINE GRAY '1Nean" Mathematics Club 101 Better Gregg Artists 12, Shakespeare Club ll, 12B. BETTY GREGORY uMurrcyu uGregn Girls Athletic Association 11, 127 Girls State Athletic Association 1lA, 12, Aerial Dart Winners 11B, Ping Pong Winners l1Af Volley Ball Winning Team 12Bg Latin Club 10, Mathematics Club 10, Landscaping Committee 1lA, 12, Class Assembly Play 12Bp National Thespian Troupe 11, 127 Sophrosyne 1lA, 12, Shakespeare Club l1B, Aerial Dart Winners 12A, Better Gregg Artists 12, President. MARCELLA HACKMAN "Mickey" Shakespeare Club 11A. DONNA JEANNE HAKES Latin Club 105 Mathematics Club 10, Vice-President 10Ap Class Assembly Play 12Bp Shakespeare Club 12A5 Senior Play 12A. CLASS T. RICHARD HANSON u-I-run uoickn Basketball Team 10, Track Team 10, 11, Mathematics Club 10A, Business Committee 10, 11, 12, Class Assembly Play 10, Senior Play 12A, Hawkeye Boys State 11A. LLOYD HENDRICKSON, JR. "Heinrich" DONNA JEAN HERRING ,,Doug,, Latin Club 10, Le Cercle Francais 12A, Mathematics Club 10, Treasurer IOA, Hospitality Committee 11A, 12, Shakes- peare Club 11, 12A. JAMES ROBERT HILL PATRICIA RUTH HINK "Patti" "Pav" Treble Cleft Singers 11, 12, Better Gregg Artists 12A, All City Chorus 10, 11, 12, Triple Trio 11, 12. WILLIAM HOESE IIBHIII llHosell 1 Pasteur High School, Los Angeles, Calif., Galesburg High School, Gales- burg, Ill., Latin Club 11B, Budget Com- mittee 11, 12, Editor of Franklin Post 11A, Class Vice-President 12A, Senior Play 12A, Shakespeare Club 11A. ,1949 MAXINE HOLST 1fMaxu nGiggIesu Versailles High School, Versailles, Mo., Shakespeare Club 12A, Better Gregg Artists 12. WILLA DEANE HOWELLS "Willie" Latin Club 10, President 10A, Le Cercle Francais 12A, President, Mathematics Club IOA, Treasurer, Lyceum Com- mittee 10, 11, 12, All City Music Con- test 9, 10, 11, 12, All City Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12, District Music Contest 10, 11, 12, Salon Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12, State Music Contest 10, 11, 12, Sophrosyne 1lA, 12, Shakespeare Club 11A, A Cappella Choir 10, 11, All City Chorus 10, 11. JANE HUBBARD District Music Contest 10A, State Music Contest 10A, Treble Cleft Singers 12B, A Cappella 1OA, 11, 12A, All City Chorus 10, 11, 12, National Music Can- test 10A. JANE HYNDEN "Moosie" "Janie" Latin Club 10, Mathematics Club 10, Lyceum Committee 12, Sophrosyne 12, All City Orchestra IOA, 11, 12, Class Secretary 12B, Shakespeare Club 11. MARY LOUISE JACKSON Girls Athletic Association 10, 11, 12B, Girls State Athletic Association 10A, 11, 12B, Art Committee l1A, 12, Class Assembly Play 108, 12B, National Thespian Troupe 12, Sophrosyne 11A, 12, Better Gregg Artists 12, Hos- pitality Committee 10, 11, 12, Thes- pian Play 12A. NANCY JENSEN "Nance" "Jense" Frances Shimer Academy, Mount Car- roll, lll., Le Cercle Francais 12A, Math- ematics Club 10, Class Assembly Play IOA, Shakespeare Club 12. Fifteen CLASS OF .lUN'E, 1949 JANE JOHNSTON "Janie" Le Cercle Francais 12A, Mathematics Club 10, All City Orchestra 11, 12, District Music Contest 12A, Shake- speare Club 11A, Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12, A Cappella 12A, All City Chorus 12A. JUANITA MAE JONES "Nita" Class Assembly Play 11B, Baton Corps 11, 12, Treble Cleft Singers 12A, All City Chorus 11, 12, Marching Band 11, 12, Better Gregg Artists 12. ELLEN KAUPKE llEHYnIl Le Cercle Francais 12A, Mathematics Club 10, Class Assembly Play 118, National Thespian Troupe 11, 12, All City Music Contest 9A, District Music Cgntest 9A, Shakespeare Club 11A, 1 . MARJORIE KELLEY "Marg" "Margie" Latin Club 10, Mathematics Club 1OA, All City Band 9, 10, 11, 12, All City Music Contest 9, 10, 11, 12, All City Orchestra 12, District Music Contest 12, Salon Orchestra 12, Studio Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Marching Band 10, 11, 12, All State Band 12, Better Gregg Artists 12. LLOYD KEYSER Mathematics Club 10A, All City Band 10, 11, 12, All City Music Contest 10, Marching Band 10, 11, 12, Studio Band 11, 12. JOAN KILLINGER "Joanie" "Killy" Art Committee 11A, 12, Class Secre- tary 1OA, Shakespeare Club 1OA, 11, 12, Senior Play 12A, Sixteen ss - 9 :- we .. -gg' as .. 'i .,.,.. ,.,,, S , ck W YQ' f 'SQ .,,, 1' Ex .t.t,. ws, Q.. ' :QC -X -.:::,:,::.,..,.,.,.. S E. X 'X " mx 3' S K KAREN KOFFRON Latin Club 10, Mathematics Club 10, Shakespeare Club 11A. FRANK KVACH "Koloch" "Franko" Basketball Team 9, 10, 11, 12, Fgof. ball Team 9, 10, Thunderbolt Athletic Club 12, Aerial Dart Winners 12, Mathematics Club 1OA, Editor of Franklin Post 12B, Shakespeare Club 11A, Baseball 10, 11, 12. RUTH LABES "Ruthie" Baseball Winning Team 11A, Math. ematics Club 10, All City Music Con- test 11, 12, Shakespeare Club 1OA, QE, 12: A Cappella Choir 12, Sextette VIRGINIA DOROTHY LANGFORD "Ginny" Englework High School, Denver, Colo- rado, Le Cercle Francais, Mathematics Club 10, Treble Cleft Singers 11, 12, A Cappella Choir 12A, Triple Trio. DEO W. LARSON "Pudge" "Lars" Washington High, Sioux Falls, S. D., Shakespeare Club 11A, 12, Camera Club 11A, 12, Wrestling Team 12A. JOHN D. LEHMAN "Jack" Football Team 9, 10, Tennis Team 11, Track Team 10, Latin Club 10, Presi- dent 1OA, Mathematics Club 10, Vice- President 1OA, Honor Assembly Com- mittee 10A, 11, 12, Senior Play 12A, Editor of Franklin Post 10B, Hawkeye Boys State 11A, Sophrosyne 12, Class President 10B, Class Treasurer 1OA, Shakespeare Club 12, Treasurer 128, President 12A. fp 'ff"?f CLASS JOAN LICHTENSTEIN River Falls High, River Falls, Wisconsin5 Latin Club 105 Mathematics Club 115 Senior Play 12A5 National Thespian Troupe 12A5 Treble CleH Singers 11A, 1285 Sophrosyne 11A, 125 Shake- speare Club 11, 125 Triple Trio 11A, 12B5 All City Music Festival 11A. RALPH LONG "Ezra" "Moose" McKinley High SchooI5 Mathematics Club 10A5 Shakespeare Club 11A, 12B. MARILYN LOWE Shakespeare Club 11, 125 Better Gregg Artists 125 Sophrosyne 12A. IONE MACFALLS uonien nonan Latin Club 105 Mathematics Club 115 All City Music Contest 9, 105 All City Orchestra 11, 1235 Salon Orchestra 1285 Shakespeare Club 11. BOB MACKEY "Bubus" Football Team 95 Basketball Team 10, 11, 125 National Athletic Honor Society 115 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 125 Track Team 10, 115 Aerial Dart Win- ners 12A5 Shakespeare Club 115 Base- ball 12. WILLIAM MARSH HBE H Class Assembly Play 10A, 11B5 Senior Play 12A5 National Thespian Troupe 11, 125 Shakespeare Club 125 Better Gregg Artists 12. ll ' 5 ee' :,:,:- N Q , 1949 MARILYN SYLVIA MARTIN Mathematics Club 105 National Thes- pian Troupe 11, 125 Shakespeare Club 10A, 11, 125 Better Gregg Artists 12. DOLLY MCBRIDE "Criss" Girls Athletic Association 10, 115 Ping Pong Winners 11B5 Basketball Winning Team 10A5 Mathematics Club 105 Treble Cleft Singers 11, 125 Triple Treble Cleft Singers 11, 125 Treble Trio 11, 125 Better Gregg Artists 12. ROBERT MENTZER ugobn Mathematics Club 10B5 Honor Assem- bly Committee 10, 11, 125 Class Presi- dent 10B, 12A. SALLY MILLER nsalu Lincoln High School, Vinton5 Treble Cleft Singers 12B5 Shakespeare Club 125 A Cappella Choir 12A5 Sophro- syne 12A. SUZANNE MILLER "Susie" Lincoln High School, Vinton5 Shu.-- speare Club 12A5 A Cappella Choir 125 Girls Sextette 1235 Volley Ball Win- ning Team 1213. ROSE MOREH EAD "Rosie" Shakespeare Club 11A, 12A. Seventeen CLASS OF JUN LEONTA MORRISON nl-een Latin Club 105 Le Cercle Francais 12A5 Mathematics Club 105 Martha Wash- ington Room Committee 10, 11, 125 Thespian Play 12A5 National Thes- pian Troupe 11, 12, Secretary 12A5 Treble Clett Singers 11, 128, Secre- tary 12B5 Sophrosyne 125 Shakespeare Club 11A, 125 A Cappella Choir 12A5 All City Chorus 10, 11, 12. JAMES MORSE HHam,, ,I-,imtf HMOSSI, Basketball Team 9, Manager 11, 125 Football Team 95 National Athletic Honor Society 125 Tennis Team 125 Thunderbolt Athletic Club 11, 125 Mathematics Club 105 Shakespeare Club 12. PATRICIA NADEL upatu Sullivan High, Chicago, Illinois. JAMES H. NEFF "NefTer" "Jim" RICHARD LOUIS OFFRINGA "Dick" "Durk" Waverly High School, Waverly, lowa5 Basketball Team 10, 11, 125 Football Team 9, 10, 11, 125 Thunderbolt Ath- letic Club 11, 125 Track Team 10, 11, 125 Ping Pong Winners 115 Math- ematics Club 115 All City Band 10, 115 Shakespeare Club 12A, Treasurer. HARRIETT OSHMAN uoshfl Girls Athletic Association 11, 12, Treas- urer 12B5 Girls State Athletic Associa- tion 11A5 Aerial Dart Winners 12A5 Latin Club 9, 105 Mathematics Club 105 Budget Committee 10, 11, 125 Class Assembly Play 11B, 12B5 Thespian Play 11A5 Senior Play 12A5 National Thespian Troupe 11, 125 All City Band 9, 10, 11, 125 All City Music Contest 10, 115 All City Orchestra 10, 11, 125 District Music Contest 10A, 11A, 12A5 Music Director in School Sing 10A5 Salon Orchestra 11, 125 State Music Contest 1OA5 Sophrosyne 1285 Studio Band 10, 115 Cheerleader 125 March- ing Band 10, 11. Eighteen Wwe. . 555. 5 MW QW ff X 'NN , if . 1 Q , t, '--' f fag? E, 1949 CHARLES OLDFIELD "Barney" "Chuck" Shakespeare Club 11. JERRY PADZENSKY "Buzz" "Jelly" Basketball Team 115 Football Team 9, 10, 125 Tennis Team 10, 11, 125 Math- ematics Club 105 Hawkeye Boys State 115 All City Chorus 125 A Cappella Choir 125 Wrestling 12. MARILYN PARSONS "Nyliram Snosrap" Henry Glissolcl, Chicago, lll.5 Math- ematich Club 105 Treble Clelt Singers 115 Shakespeare Club 105, 12A5 A Cappella Choir 125 Girls Triple Trio 11A5 Better Gregg Artists 125 All City Chorus 10, 11, 125 Radio Workshop 11, 12. MARLENE PETERSON "Pete" Wyoming High School, Wyoming, Iowa5 Baton Corps5 Treble Clelt Sing- ers 12A5 Shakespeare Club 11A, 125 Marching Band 10A, 11, 12. JOAN PETERSON "Pete" Girls Athletic Association 10A, 11, 125 Girls State Athletic Association 10A5 Aerial Dart Winners 11A5 Baseball Winning Team 11A5 Mathematics Club 105 Sportsmanship Committee 125 All City Music Contest 105 All City Orches- tra 11, 125 Salon Orchestra 115 Class Treasurer 12B5 Marching Band 12. DONALYN REES "Lynne" Latin Club 9, 105 Mathematics Club 10: Business Committee 125 Hospitality Committee 11B5 National Thespian Troupe 12, Treasurer 12A5 Treble Clett Singers 10A5 Class Secretary 11B5 Shakespeare Club 115 A Cappella Choir 11B5 All City Chorus 10 ,11, 125 Better Gregg Artists 12. CLASS OF JUNE, 7949 Jovce Remxe 'fnankf' Girls Athletic Association 10A, 11, 12, Secretary 12B, Reporter 11B, Girls State Athletic Association 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Aerial Dart Winners 11A, 12A, Baseball Winning Team 11A, Mathematics Club 10, Public Relations Committee 10, 11, 12, All City Band 10, 11, 12, All City Orchestra 10, 11, 12, All City Music Contest 11, Salon Orchestra 10, 11, 12, Sophrosyne 11A, 12, District Music Contest 11, Class Vice-President 12B, Class Secretary 10B, Studio Band 10, 11, 12, March- ing Band 11, 12. FRANK PRESLER RICHARDSON, JR. "Franko" Basketball Team 11, Football Team 9, 10, Mathematics Club 10, A Cappella Choir, All City Chorus 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11, 12, Thunderbolt Ath- letic Club 11, 12. NORMA JANE RICHARDSON "Norm" McKinley, CONNIE RAY RILEY "Pale Moon" Track Team 9, Ping Pong Winners 9A, Mathematics Club 10. LARRY ROACH Mathematics Club 10. TOMMYE ROANE "Horseface" "Dooless" Fassitern School for Girls, Hender- sonville, N.C., Le Cercle Francais l2A, Class Assembly Play 12B, Festival Play 11A, Thespian Play 11A, Senior Play 12A, National Thespian Troupe 11, 12, Vice-President 11A, President 12A, Editor of Franklin Post 12A, A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Vice President 12A, Shakespeare Club 12A, Secretary, All City Chorus 11A, 12A. HUSTON ROGERS Basketball Winning Team 12A, Le Cercle Francais 12, Mathematics Club 10. JEAN ROSCHE Mathematics Club 10. NANCY ROSCHE uNunu Nakomis Junior High, Minneapolis, Le Cercle Francais, All City Band 12A, District Music Contest 11, 12, Shake- speare Club l2A, Studia Band 12, Marching Band 10, 11, 12. ROMA REX ROSENBERG Baseball Winning Team 11A, Class Assembly Play 11B, 128, Festival Play 11A, National Thespian Troupe 11, 12, All City Orchestra 12. MARVIN ROUPE "Marv" "Sleeper" Shakespeare Club 11B, A Cappella Choir 11A, 12A. LINDA SAWYER Webster Groves High. Nineteen CLASS OF JUNE LYLLIS SC HAEFER nulu Mason City High School, Shakespeare Club 12, Better Gregg Artists 12, Treasurer. S SHARON SEALY ushaeu Girls Athletic Association 11, 12, Treas- urer 11Ag Girls State Athletic Associ- ation 11, 12, Baseball Winning Team 11Ag Le Cercle Francais 12Af Hospi- tality Committee 10, 11, 12, Senior Play 12Ag National Thespian Troupe 11, 125 All City Chorus 10Ap Class Vice-President 11Bg Class Secretary 1 A. MARILYN SHEETS "Cookie" "Sheetsy" "Slots" "Mert" Baseball Winning Team 11A, Tennis Doubles 11B, 12Bp Mathematics Club 108, Treble Cleft Singers 12, Studio Band 10, 12A, Marching Band 12, All City Chorus 10, 11, 12. FRANK SHIDELER "Shide" Champaign Senior High, Champaign, Ill., Class Assembly Play 115 Thespian Play 10, 115 Senior Play 12Ag National Thespian Troupe 11, 127 Editor of Franklin Post 12A, A Cappella Choir 10, 11, 12, All City Chorus 12A. BEVERLY SMITH Girls Athletic Association 125 Aerial Dart Winners 11A5 Baseball Winning Team 11Bg Volleyball Winning Team 10Ag Latin Club 10B, Mathematics Club 118, All City Music Contest 10Ag Shakespeare Club 11A. ROGER SPOHN HROQH Track Team 10, Le Cercle Francais 12Ag Mathematics Club l0Ap Business Com- mittee 10, 11, 12, All City Band 11, 12, Class Vice-President 1lA: Shake- speare Club 11Ag Marching Band 11, 127 Studio Band 12, Wrestling Team 12. Twlnty , 1949 WILDA LACINE SQUI RES "Chili" "Willie" Wilson, Studio Band, Marching Band 11, 12, Better Gregg Artists 12. DEAN STEGMAN nsiegn Lafayette High School, St, Joseph, Mo., Basketball Team 105 Football Team 10, Class Assembly Play 105 Class Treasurer 10, Shakespeare Club 11, 12. DUANE THOMPSON "Tommy" Basketball Team 101 Track Team 9, 10, Mathematics Club 10, Hospitality Committee 10, 11, 12, Class Assem- bly Play 12Bg Senior Play 12Ag Class President l1B: Sophrosyne l1A, 12, Shakespeare Club, Secretary 128, Camera Club, Vice-President 12A. BRUCE WILLARD TRAVIS "B, T." Hospitality Committee 10, 11, 12, Festival Play 11Bp Thespian Play 115 Senior Play 12Ay National Thespian Troupe 12: Camera Club 12, President. CHARLES VAVRA Hchost, Hvavn DONALD VEJ DA nDonn Tennis Team 11, 12: Mathematics Club 10: Senior Play 12A, National Thes- pian Troupe 10, 11, 125 All City Band 10, 11, Class Treasurer 11Bp March- ing Bancl 10, 11, Studio Band 12B, Camera Club 11. CLASS OF JUNE,,7949 PEGGY ANN VETTER npegn Rochelle High School, Rochelle, Ill., Girls Athletic Association 12Ay Latin Club 10: Mathematics Club 12, Presi- dent, Hospitality Committee 11, 12, Landscaping Committee 9A, 10, 11, 12, Class Assembly Play 105, 10A, 12Bp National Thespian Troupe 10A, 11, 12, Secretary 11A, Vice-President 12Ag Editor of Franklin Post 12A, Class Vice-President IOB, Sophrosyne 11A, 12, Class Secretary HA, Shakespeare Club 11, A Cappella Choir 10A, 11, 12, Secretary 12B, All City Chorus 10, 11, 12, Senior Play 12A, Girls Sextette 10A, 11B. BETTY VO RN HOLT usetn Girls Athletic Association 10, 11, 12, Secretary 12Ap Girls State Athletic Association 10A. 11, 12, Baseball Winning Team 11A, Latin Club 10, Mathematics Club 10, Hospitality Com- mittee 11, 12, National Thespian Troupe 12, Shakespeare Club 12A. MARY JANE WADDLE "Mimi" Latin Club 107 A Cappella Choir 11, 128, All City Chorus 10, 11, 125 Treble Cleft Singers 12A. DONNA WATSON Aerial Dart Winners, A Cappella 10A, 11, 12, All City Chorus 10A. 11, 12, Better Gregg Artists 12, Vice-President. : ii: ,::::- 'ii' ,S of A JANNE ZALESKY ".lannie" Latin Club 105 Le Cercle Francais 12A, Mathematics Club 10, Treasurer 10A, Class Assembly Play 10B: Shakespeare Club 11, 12Bg A Cappella 10A, 11, 12, All City Chorus l1A, 12A. THEODORE WHITING H-redu Track Team 9, 10, Latin Club 105 Mathematics Club 10, 11: Hospitality Committee 10, 11, 125 Class Assembly Play l0Ap National Thespian Troupe 11, 125 Class Treasurer 12A, Shake- speare Club 12. SHARON WILLIAMS Shakespeare Club 12, Better Gregg Artists 12. BEVERLY J. WREN HBEVU Latin Club 10, Mathematics Club 10: All City Music Contest 10, 11, All City Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Salon Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Editor of Frank- lin Post 11Ap Art Club 12. JOANNE LEE WRIGHT njodin Latin Club 10, Mathematics Club 10, All City Chorus 10A, 11A. 12Ag Treble Cleft Singers IDA, 11, 12. 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Vilek, M. Safely, C. Wasla, J. Pinckney, M. Smith, V. Satinsky, D. Zimmerman. 'I Back Row: D. Bye, J. Culver, J. Birr, T. Carson, R. Atherton, G. Beals, J. Bell. Middle Row: J. Bucholiz, D. Coslas, S. Carringer, C. Bernsforf, B. Benneif, H. Dalamaggas, J. Aossey Fronf Row: M. J. Davenpori, J. Brink, L. Davis, J. Blake, P. Baker, N. Clendening, N. Dahlsfrom. Twenly-four K S1 . HOME ROOMS 'I Back Row: R. Hein, J. Heinfze, R. Greene, C. Frambes, R. Flelclwer, J. Elgin. Middle Row: L. Gay, W. Fanfon, M. Elson, P. Guslafson, P. Emerson T. Hartz, T. Gordley. Front Row: G. Hanson, B. Hickman, J. Harp, P. Helms, N. Dudek, B. Denny. 5 WR we M P . . . k 11A Back Row: D. lngels, R. Jordon, K. Jones, D. Link, D. McNall, J. Holsinger. Middle Row: P. Mason, B. McCready, A. Katzoff, A. Laurer, L. Holets, G. Lorenzen. Front Row: J. Jones, N. Holloway, L. Jellison, B. Landis, D. Hunier, P. Lamb. Tweniy-five HOME ROOMS 'I Bock Row: A. Rudin, D. Nelolicky, E. Rosenberg, J. Prouly, R. Peferson, G. Pickori, W. Rieniels. Middle Row: M. Miller, P. Porizline, V. Race, D. Reed, J. Price, S. Pelrie. Fronf Row: M. Rufl, J. Pofier, F. Roman, M. Pierroi, T. Payne. X 'I Back Row: J. Willioms, J. Sfewurf, R. Wochol, R. Winter, W. Walker, J. Tisdole, S. Toylor. Middle Row: K. Whi1mer,J. Sheon, S. Torsfenson, E. Thomos, J. Vcverko, S. Yeffer, G. Weir. Fronf Row: G. Wulser, S. Sinoiko, A. Trimble, L. Settle, M. Wilkinson, B. Teeters. Tweniy-six HOME ROOMS igritsw Back Row: R, Scoft, M. Reesinlc, J. Suchomel, J. Shrader, G. Safely, W. Thomas, R. Woodward, V. Schrimper Front Row: S. Whiicomb, E. Severa, P. Sheneberger, J. Veley, R. Whiting, S. Wratten, N. Wasta, F. Rich. Back Row: R. Harris, T. Gillen, J. Eggleston, F. Anthony, H. Baum, J. Allen, C. Coy. Middle Row: D. Doeizel, F. Buse, N. Fronc, C. Feiden, R. Delp, H. Glessner. Firsf Row: N. Glassgow, S. Chipokas, D. Barnes, N. Brollier, S. Hamel. Twenly-seven HOME . NN :Ee W . ROOMS aff? www.. fb 'I 'I B Back Row: B. Musker, G. Pierroi, S. Mowrey, H. Hudson, J. Hunier, S. Murray, B Harper Middle Row: M. MeHer1, J. Levsen, C. Moore, D. Hickey, C. Meyers, J. Kemmerllng E Hurt Fronf Row: S. Pollitz, S. Morse, I. Larson, J. f N !.5.,.j.' -1-.Q.Q.Q.Q.,.E-5 I:z "fE? Moran, D. Herring, J. Rapopori M C . Back Row: R. Dickson, G. Beyers, T. Birr, J. Barwin, B, Caldwell, C. Coberly J Davis J Chadsma C Bleedner. Middle Row: J. Delancey, M. A. Chapman, J. Boynton, C. Burke, C. Bissell, J L Blood S Cerny C Beeson Fronf Row: B. Afherion, B. Alton, C. Barnard, K. Anderson, M. L. Chapman, R. Busby Twenfy-eighi HOME ROOMS Back Row: R. Hauseman, J. Frambach, T. Dunker, J. Hepner, F. Dorman, l. Gerks, D. Doran, D. Harris, A. Fernow. Middle Row: T. Fleckensiein, F. Gay, L. Haskovec, E. Feddern, D. Ferguson, G. Ek, J. Handler, E. Goodell. Fronf Row: G, Downing, N. Ellingson, D. French, N. Hanus, D. Edwards, J. Fels. Bock Row: D. Johnsfon, W. Kopp, T. Marshall, B. Herron, S. Knight, L. Johnson, C. lllck. Third Row: J. Johnson, W. Homsey, K. Knorr, S. Kleforfh, E. Howard, J. Lamb, N. Hyland. Second Row: A, Krebs, L. Larson, R. Jellison, M. Longshore, A. Holec, C. Lynxwiler. Front Row: J. May, B. Jacobs, J. Kohler, S. Jones, M. Kramer, J. Malek. Tweniy-nine HOME ROOMS l0A Buck Row: D. Mitchell, D. Peterson, J. Mclntyre, R. Petsel, R. Meier, R. Nelson, G. Mills, R. Reid. Middle Row: Jerry Reeder, Jimmy Reeder, D. Powell, D. Peterson, S. Niemeyer, M. Platt, M. Noell, D. Nelson. Front Row: R. Oberbroeckling, J. McCurley, M. Rees, J. Robinson, J. Ryan, M. Riffey, J. Oswald. lOA Thirty Bock Row: D. Templeman, T. Stark, A. Yarowsky, D. Woodson, B. Steele, W. Scott, C. Zacheis. Middle Row: H. Walroth, D. Thompson, D. Wilson, S. Schulze, J. Untiedt, M. Tobias, L. Stodola, D. Stenzel front Row: W. Wasto, F. Whetstine, N. Williams, B. Valentine, J, Swanson, V. Trimble. HOME ROOMS J V' fx Back Row: R. Moorman, J. Bruce, P. Fosfer, R. Easierday, G. Dye, L. Biarnsen, B. Cosgrove, D. Baer. Middle Row: Max Daehler, Mark Daehler, G. Frantz, J. Bousek, B. Fairbanks, E. Feller, D. Carson. Front Row: L. Conn, B. Cech, M. Farr, K. Faas, B. Dahl, M. Beals, Back Row: E. Hufcheroff, R. Novak, K. Packingham, J. Kohl, W. Kohler, R. Haddad, J. Hubler, H. Hunf. Middle Row: C. Inskeep, P. McMullen, S. Gorman, E. Kaupke, J. Johnson, D. Goodwick, J. Graff. Froni Row: B. Pearson, M. Hahn, M Perkins, B. Jones, J. Fry, D. Giovanazzi. Thirly-one HOME ROOMS TOB Back Raw: D. Worth, D. Wright, J. Schiller, H. Robinson, G. Siephen, J. Siucker. Middle Row: G. Poula, B. Shields, B, Smalley, J. Williams, R. Schermerhorn, M. Salinsky, J. Pollard. Fran! Row: L. Sramek, H. Treptow, A, Senninger, B. Trowbridge, S. Williams, J. Sleadman, I. Tompkins 9A Thiriy-lwo 511 f' Back Row: T. Bruch, D. Beck, B. Ankersiar, W. Third Row: D. Conway, P. Bamsey, M. Byse, J. Second Row: C. Clark, R. Dennis, J. DeFores?, Fronf Raw: J. Beatty, C. Doelzel, D. Beck, B. Caldwell, R. Easferday, R. Burdoin, E. Day, R. Flynn. Davis, D. Engel, D. Bowser, M. Dochlerman, P. Clemenis. B. Dolezal, D. DeMuth, J. Brannon, B. Brown. Booth, M. Bufferfield, B. Drahos, R. Fairbanks. HOME ROOMS Back Row: K. Keisfer, J. Kurt, K. Humble, M. Hill, W. Hill, J. Hopkins, M. Gauger, R. Jacobs, D. Hanson, Middle Row: J. Gage, R. Kouba, M, Kragh, J. Fry, V. Groves, R. Kriz, J. Fosier, T. Greene. Fronf Row: G. Hudson, H. Kruse, J. Hagen, M. Hickman, P. Hickman, J. Henderson, J. Heck, J. Hawley. le Q ,L 5 l Back Row: C. Lupion, Waldo Mead, J. Montgomery, G. Moore, R. Lilledahl, G. McAr1or, D. McTavisl1, Wayne Mead. Third Row: L. Langenberg, Warne Mead, W. Mills, J. McArfor, J. Lyman, M. McWilliams, C. Martin. Second Row: L. Meade, L. Morrell, D. Miller, L. Northcuff, S. McClary, N. Lynch, J. Niebes. Fronf Row: J. Morgan, M. Nelson, S. Miller, A. Moseley, R. Moore, J. Manley. Thi rfy-fh ree eb 9A HOME ROOMS Back Row: R. Race, J. Powell, T. Nurre, D. Owen, R. Scroggs, D. Skinner, B. Sheldon, H. Scott, S. Schultz. Third Row: E. Sandler, B. Ralph, M. Olson, D. Primrose, J. Ryan, J. Sandercock, J. Scolaro, B. Parker, S. Oliver. Second Row: B. Piatner, J. Silver, J. Peterson, C. Peterson, E. Runyon, B. Sipe, R. Sheneberger, Front Row: J. Norrgard, W. Seipman, R. Roberts, R. Price, L. Ohsman, S. Sare, C. Quinby. 9A Thirty-four Back Row: H. Whalen, E. Triem, D. Smith, C. Thomas, V. Westendorf, D. Sperring, M. Sturdivan, P. Stanley. Middle Row: P. Whitters, R. Vail, D. Stookey, N. Stewart, R. Van Vleck, R. Yount, Margaret Stephen, S Svoboda, Mary Stephen. Front Row: G. Voit, J. Stepanek, J. Timmerman, J. Stewart, J. Young, J. Wright, D. Trimble, W. Spicer, B Spivey, W. Treptow, M. Stegman. HOME ROOMS X? ..x Back Raw: R. Boots, D. Cassiday, C. Dostal, A. Armstrong, S. Chehak, D. Franc, D. Eaton, P. Bailey, D. Andrew. Middle Row: S. Casteel, J. Bachmann, S. Batten, E. Bradley, J. Boyer, R. Burke, N. Feddern, W. Bousek. Front Row. L. Barry, G. Coleman, M. Beardsley, D. Bain, B. Brollier, J. Barnhart, H. Bronson. iw Back Row: R. Peddycoart, J. Goodyear, W. Greene, M. Hunter, R. Havlik, L. Klima, R. Klinger, H. Hathaway. Middle Row: L. Frankel, M. Huston, C. Lentz, J. Jensen, P. French, D. Grant, R. Kakesh, D. Gott, C. Franks. Front Row: W. Mrstik, C. Hickey, N. Hogan, H. Jones, M. Kreutzer, E. Gay, D. Larson, W. Glasgow. Thirty-flve HOME ROOMS ... ..... l QB Back Row: M. Williams, B. Ruston, T. Wilkinson, T. Sears, D. Rehder, L. Rapoport, J. Rosenberg, R. Thenhaus G. Thompson. Middle Row: C. Wright, D. Strong, K. Termohlen, P. Peterson, J. Thompson, S. Rinderknecht, D. Taylor A. Sisco, J. Sealy. Front Row: W. Rich, P. Sedlacek, A. Voggenthaler, I. VonCleve, J. Schrimper, A. Shuttleworth, V. Slaymalxer D. Touro, S. Reid. 8A Bock Row: A. Bickert, J. Bidcllinger, T. Dovis, G. Claude, J. Curl, J. Bowman, J. Currell, J. Anderson. Middle Row: R. Bellew, B. Burgess, A. Carlson, M. Bright, R. Clouss, D. Christie, M. Donohue, F. Brown L. Dingman, R. Aldershot. Front Row: D. Dorman, M. Cramm, R. Colbert, I. Bye, M. Blom, M. Bortc, B. Clendening, J. Bott, B. Donohue Thirty-six 1 HOME ROOMS ws i. . my 8A Buck Row: E. Hunier, S. Doud, R. Hughes, K. Gustafson, R. Edwards, D. Fries, B. Goodell, B. Graflon. Middle Row: S. Files, S. Gregory, R. Graham, L. Flohra, S. Holi, M. Healy, K. Grofh. Froni Row: L. Esmond, R. Hughes, D. Hauskins, S. Frakes, N, Fry, J. Henecke. .1 l A A, 8A Back Row: H. Kellogg, B. McLeland, R. Moore, T. Mellzer, G. Kelley, D. Meaney, C. Lowe, J. Mudd. J. McGuire, W. Miller. Middle Row: J. Noll, P. Jones, B. Muir, P. McCoy, S. Leonard, L, Kemp, B. Neil, K. Lambert, I. Naylor. Fronf Row: J. Langfitf, D. Kolda, M. Meier, M, Kalell, N. Monroe, A. Lichienslein, L. Mrstik, D. Kummerer, V. Olson. Thirfy-seven HOME ROOMS 8A Back Row: R. Siders, C. Perrin, G. Parker, R. Sadilek, G. Raftis, R. Petsel, D. Pinch, J. Randall. Third Row: W. Quinby, T. Rodhouse, S. Schmidt, R. Rittenhouse, J. Powell, D, Peul, R. Raher, L. Pont. Second Row: C. Shimerda, D. Schulze, D. Peterson, T. Padzensky, M. Price, A. Smith, S. Puckhcnber, B. Schneider. Front Row: C. Portzline, P. Powers, R. Potts, J. Paulson, J. Robertson, R. Sacora, G. Schaefer, S. Sawyer. 8A Back Row: D. Zerbe, L. wilke, K. Woodson, D. Wright, L. Woods, B. Wood, D. Steiner, D. Woito. Thirty-eight Middle Row: T. Stephenson, L. Walch, B. White, J. Stiles, M. Wells, J. Toman, C. Vojt, C. Utterback. Front Row: J. Teeters, B. Woito, P. Waddington, R. Watson, J. Wier, P. Zumsteg, P. Spangler. l HOME ROOMS Bock Row: J. Burke, K. Bruce, E. Butters, N. Goswuy, P. Alexander, K. Allen, B. Cohen, D. DeLany, F. Daily. Middle Row: N. Feiden, H. Cromer, W. Clifford, J. Gcumon, P. Beofiy, S. Butterfield, D. Gott, M. Crufl. Fronf Row: S. Borfo, N. Breiderf, L. Byse, W. Brown, P. Fuller, R. Brink, W. Breideri, R. Cech, J. Gilber! F. Foster. -fu E+-A Qs: WMA X ,rm Back Row: M. Lubbock, C. Knudisen, E. Koehn, R. Mackey, D. Hodge, S. Helm, P. Kasey, A. Hasler, N. Hill, M. Hunter. Middle Row: B. Grim, B. McNabb, R. Kroui, J. Holefs, R. Kvach, B. Hornstein, P. HQH, D. Klinger, S. Modlom, C. Hird, Fronf Row: P. Hoy, H. Johnson, L. Johnson, J. Johnson, J. Kvuch, L. Meyers, V. Moore, B. McKeel::y. Thirly-nine HOME ROOMS R fn - - A 8B Back Row: R. Thomas, R. Sonlee, J. Raymon, D. Sieiner, D, Pelerson, J. Pearson, R. Zehms, J. Ward. Third Row: P. Sacora, A. Rich, S. Samuelson, M. Obermeyer, J. Wright, D. Winger, W. Raffis. Second Row: E. Smith, A. Wasta, B. Vomacka, B. Sore, D. Peierson, P. Pfafl, V. Warner. fron! Row: R. Morehead, L. Mudd, D. Sheon, R. Raim, R. Wylder, R. Robovsky. f? DHT.. V its 7A Forly Back Row: T. Campbell, R. Benneft, G. Brick, B. Boling, D. Carter, C. Clauss, B. Beurle, T. Benner. Third Row: A. Carpemer, M. Burlingham, J. Butiers, P. Carter, D. Arnold, J. Borschel, D. Burck, W. Barry Second Row: F. Burrell, C. Clauss, B. Croyle, P, Boyd, B. Busby, R. Baty, K. Aldershof, B, Church. Fronf Row: J, Barrows, P. Byse, C. Colip, J. Chrisman, R. Carpenter, J. Brown, A. Blom, D. Arnold. HOME ROOMS Back Row: K. Evans, N. Gauger, B. Demory, R. Fels, M. Eaton, D. Davis, R. Galli, W. Ellingson, J. Fryrear. Third Row: M. Glessner, C. Elmore, S. Foggy, K. Culver, J. Hager, W. Demory, A. Hess, S. Ellwood. Second Row: S. Gaston, S. Hahn, D. Harris, V. Heeter, J. Emerson, C. Flohra, M. Hay. Front Row: S. Harris, D. Hauskins, D. Funk, R. Ham, D. Ervin, N. DeMarce. fx" K Back Row: B. Hurt, B. Larson, K. McLeland, V. Hoyt, B. Lentz, D. Kirk, B. Jones, D. Koube, D. Little. Third Row: M. Kinsley, B. Hutton, P. Lane, J. Manholtz, P. Mason, B. MeHert, R. Holtz, D. Kohl, L. Hurt. Second Row: M. Miller, J. Lawson, L. Lary, J. Lake, T. Huston, J. Johnson, D. Meredith, L. Kramer. Front Row: S. Langfitt, K. Langenberg, S. Kofiron, S. Mavis, D. Melheim, R. Lyman, A. Madlom. Forty-one HOME ROOMS 7A Bock Row: M. Murray, D. Netolicky, B. Nagel, N. Rodhouse, R. Sanclercoclc, R. Moore, B. Novak, J. Schiller. Third Row: I. Poole, B. Moseness, C. Prior, B. Rattis, D. Rockwell, S. Ray, M. Safely, H. Peal. Second Row: V. Newman, V. Peterson, P. Peterson, R. Prior, D. Savage, G. Pitts, M. O'Donnell. Front Row: D. Peterson, J. Nash, B. Poe, T. Ramsey, R. Racleke, S. O'Kelley, G. Robertson, G. Puckhaber. . 7A Forty-two Back Row: B. Williams, M. Vail, R. Strong, C. Taylor, E. Vornholt, D. Spencer, B. Wright, R. Stoner, J. Weaver Third Row: S. Spryncl, B. Whisler, M. Watters, S. Schnider, S. Tuttle, J. Vanclerlinden, T. Waggener R. Walker. Second Row: J. Warren, J. Zuhn, G. Secor, J. Usher, J. Usher, M. Sullivan, D. Sondag, W. Stickley. Front Row: .l. Valentine, G. Waskow, R. Umstead, K. Walrath, J. Spicer, J. Zimmerman. HOME ROOMS WWW J F A: 1. jg 2 wr Back Row: B. Bernsiorf, L. Depressles, N. Bear, J. Chacey, A. Farwell, R. Bilton, J. German, T. Biornsen, D. Dosral, E. Brown. Middle Raw: J. Bafien, J. Craft, M. Graham, T. Emerson, K. Barry, . ys, . g G. Gilbertson. Fronf Row: J. Ford, K. Geesaman, J. osfer, . roye, . y D. Benfers. J B L Albri hf, R. Douda, A. Aossey, F B C l D Bo d, J. Bowdish, J. Anderson, V. Griswold, V. -fx, . PW'-Mv. :fi U J- 'WV Back Row: J. Hamous, N. Holec, M. McCormick, O. May, M. Kesler, J. Johnson, C. Montgomery, S. lzer, D. Helms. Third Row: S. Johnson, M. Hagen, J. Leipold, E. Kasey, R. Kennedy, M. Mr:Tavish, R. Helms, S. Huff. Second Row: R. Hansen, R. Jayne, W. Kanellis, V. Melsha, D. Hansen, R. Karloff, T. Lisle, V. Hrvol. Fronf Row: E. Hubler, D. Kleppe, F. Hours, S. Mclnfyre, B. Kramer, P. Leoni, J. Johnson. Forfy-fhree lf.. HOME ROOMS x 7B Forty-four Baci: Row: W. Poeth, S. Obrecht, B. Woodson, J. Pierce, J. Willman, G. Sears, J. Smith, S. Spielmun S. Swaney, K. Stepanelc. Third Row: S. Shean, C. Steadmcn, O. Winterberg, R. Sulticool, J. Yuill, G. Willmcn, D. Winger, S. Warnecke K. Phillips. Second Row: J. Schulze, S. Vavrn, M. Woodward, C. Svoboda, D. Stanek, J. Stiles, R. Zumsted, J, Schenlnen Front Row: D. Touro, J. Schulze, P. Patten, J. Rogers, W. Tompkins, F. Prenosil, F. Waite. A TOAST TO FRANKLIN To our dear Franklin we toast today And sing a song of praise. ' We'll honor thee and loyal be And love thee best of all, Let every son and daughter stand United e'er for thee, And strive to glorify thy name, Dear Franklin, here's to you! GOVERNING COMMITTEES ART Back Row: D. Bye, J. Bousek, J. Killinger, M. L. Jackson, P. Dalamaggas, B. Herron. Fronf Row: J. Veley, L. Conn, S. Schulze, P. Porizline, C. Barnard, J. Ek, B. Boyd. Teacher Members fnoi in piclurej: R. Hubacek, Ch., G. Beuter, M. Mac Donald, M. Meyer, E. Oberg, A. Painter, V. Slauson. BUDGET Back Row: J. Reeder, D. Platt, J. Tisdale, K. Durey, W. Hoese, R. Woodward, M. Daehler J. Beck. Fronf Row: E. Frantz, P. Feddern, E. Lawrence, K. Knoh, L. Holeis, H. Ohsman. Teacher Members Inof in pidurej: E. Grissel, Ch., P. Bingham, S. Carpenter, E. Cornely, R. Hubacek, G. James, E. Oberg, O. Rusi. Forfy-five I GOVERNING COMMITTEES BUSINESS Back Row: C. Coy, J. Schrimper, J. Shean, R. Hanson, R. Spohn, D. Harris. Fronf Row: R. Schermerhorn, C. Edmonds, K. Chehak, D. Rees, M. Anderson, J. Unliedf. Teacher Members Inc! in piciurel: M. DeWoody, Ch., N. Boyack, H. Cory, E. Grissel. HONOR ASSEMBLY Back Row: J. Lehman, J. Funcke, B. Menlzer, A. Yurowsky, R. Landis. Middle Row: C. Zacheis, J. Elgin, J. Reeder, J. Allen, T. Gordley. Froni Row: M. Tobias, D. R. Johnson, L. Sramek, M. Hahn. Teacher Members fnof in plcfure: E. Thompson, Ch., S. Carpenler, M. Lovejoy, E. Oberg, A. Rudd, H. Templeman, L. Yeafes. Forfy-six GOVERNING COMMITTEES HOSPITALITY Sfanding: N. Krueger, E. Tiedemann, J. Culver, D. Thompson, J. Blake. swing. S. Morse, S. Sealy. Teacher Members fnof in picfurel: D. Hessenius, Ch., A. Painter, O. Tapper, l. Tillapaugh, E. Walters, W. Wagner. LANDSCAPE 'gn--- Back Row: D. Templeman, J. Redel, D. Fagle, B. Flefcher, G. Ek, R. White, H. Robinson. Fran! R ow: M. Mefferi, A. Laurer, B. Gregory, B. Valentine, P. Vetter. Teacher Members fnof in piciurel: l. Tillapaugh, Ch., A. Chrisiian, H. Cory, O. Deeds, C. Hebl, C. Kohler, B. Perrin. Forly-seven GOVERNING COMMITTEES LYCEUM SIanding: C. Lynch, D. Elliott, J. Hunter, M. Daehler. Sealed: W. Howells, D. French, J. Hynclen, S. Torstenson. Teacher Members Incl in pidurel: G. James, Ch., M. Brunner, O. Deeds, M. DeWocdy, M. Lovejoy, F. MacMurray, L. Schuppert. MARTHA WASHINGTON ROOM Sfanding: B. Cech, J. Slucller, R. Chrisiensen, R. Winfer, J. Hepner, J. Borwin. Soaied: F. Roman, M. von Lockum, S. Wrctfen, S. Gorman, P. Helms, L. Morrison, M. Kreutzer. Teacher Members Inof in picfurej: E. Cornely, Ch., H. Cory, W. Hagen, D. Hessenius, L. Peferson, B. Frat? M. Meyers. ForIy-eighf GOVERNING COMMITTEES PUBLIC RELATIONS Back Row: B. Shields, D. Delancey, P. Foster, A. Peremsky, V. Schrimper, K. Whifmer, M. Benner. Froni' Row: J. Reinke, J. Moron, D. Cornwell, A. Katzoff, l. Gerks. Teacher Members Inof in picfurej: L. Clark, Ch., R. Gorman, E. Harding, C. Hebl, M. Meyers, L. Sutherland, H. Templeman, W. Wagner. SPORTSMANSHIP s Y x Back Row: T. Sufron, T. Fleckenstein, D. Ferguson, D. Baer, D. Baiiin, C. Cornwell. Frcnr Row: V. Vivek, J. Peterson, J. Levsen, J. Williams, D. Wilson. Teacher Members Knoi in picfurel: O. Deeds, Ch., M. Brunner, M. Loveioy, l. Lowe, O. Rusi, l. Tillapaugh, R. Whaley. Folly-nine VERNING COMMITTE CENTRAL GOVERNING g0m,""""""""i Back Row: W. Fanfon, P. Fosier, R. Christensen, D. Ferguson, R. Woodward, Fronf Row: B. Williams, S. Griswold, M. Beardsley, B. Spivey, D. Pelerson. Teacher Members fnof in piclurel: Fifty D. Mathews, Ch., I.. Golfel, H. Levsen, I. Tillapaugh. 353-R. HAc,zN's ---Mmm EMMWLSFSE EJ E3 if I ' A some "PLACE BOYS --1-WHA SOMEW ......+- DY ',.l INTEREST Q-.1 COOKSN ? KU " m"'H7 VLHY-"'wHlVX1i Fly S E N I O R P L A Y JANUARY cLAss or 1949 Front Row: Mary Brown, Joyce Johnson, Marie Hines, Ruth Conn, Sally Strother, Jack Krebs, Bob Swaney, Norinne Fenner, Jo Anne Garden, George Samuelson, Deloris Hickey, Lois Downing. Second Row: Cass Bailey, Jack Haney, Jean Hunt, Jim Wasta, Dale Crosier, Marlyce Anderson, Stanley Ginsberg, Shirley Hathaway, Darlene Hestroffer, Alex Meyers, Betty Hopkins, Herb Johns, Darlene Eggleston, Alice Kitchin, Don Buchheister, Dave Fry, Donna Atkinson, Marie Ewoldt, and Theodore Dalmaggas. BOTTOMS UP ! By Harold J. Gregory Directed by Miss Ethel Roberg The CAST George .....,.. ...... -Jim Wasta -Bob Swaney Billy ................... ---. ....................... --- -Jack Haney Bulge ................... .... - ----- - ..... -- ----- Miss Cartwright ......... Linda Howard- Dotty Wilson-- Connie Bishop- ----Lois Downing Norinne Fenner Marlyce Anderson Jean Hunt Betty Warren ---- ---------- - - -.- ----- ---------- B eity H0pkir1S Dixie Lea ------------------ - -- ----- - ------- Marie Hines Dean Page ------------------- - --- ------ .- ------------ ------ D arlene Hestrofter Algernon Higgens ---------- ---- -- ----- -- ---- ------- G eorge Samuelson Julia Edwards ---------------- -. ------..... ..---.-- J 0 Ann Garden Kate Adams ------------ .-... - -.-- .--- - -- ........... Ruth Conn Alice Lane--- ------- -.-- - .... .-.-..- t - ....... M ary Brown Hector ------- ----------------- ------------------------- S t anley Ginsberg Boy ,---------- ------------- - ----- ------------ ----------- A lex Meyers Girl ---------------------------------.-- - .-.------------------------- Deloris Hickey Radio Voice ----------...........-.-......--.--.....................--- Dale Crosier Students at, the dance: Jack Krebs, Donna Atkinson, Darlene Eggleston, Sally Strother, Marie Ewoldt, Joyce Johnson, Shirley Hathaway, Herb Johns, Alex Meyers, Dave Fry, Theodore Dalmaggas, Deloris Hickey, Cass Bailey, Don Buchheister, Alice Kitchin. Fifty-two HISTORY OF THE JANUARY CLASS OF T949 We came togetherin 7B In the fateful year of '43, A basketball game was never more fun, And so we've compared our history to one. Since February contains the birthdays of many great men, our class decided to loin the ranks of the immortal by beginning our class life in that month. The school staff, at first in- fluenced by our decision, put us on third floor with the seniors. Three weeks later the truth came out. We were iust backward, so they demoted us to first fioor. How low can you get?! . Our first two years of this glorious game of high school life were a warm-up. As 7B's we just dribbled around, closely guarded by Sam and his mop. The next semester Coach Hard- ing walked boldly into the locker room to give the team a pep talk. Somehow the BOYS didn't appreciate it. Our first manager was Bobby Swaney. His assistants were, Vice-President, Jimmy Wasta, Secretary, Joan Sidlinger, Treasurer, Patty Smith. We began our first quarter, ninth grade, with the tip-off . . . that we had to do home- work. Captain was Susan Starman, Vice- President, Janet Jones, Secretary, Barbara Yarowsky, Treasurer, Donna Atkinson. Our Fearless Freshman Football team took the long trip to Hill Park to place its name in the Hall of Fame. The score-Roosevelt 49, Franklin 0. During our first time out we had a Quaker meeting with the ladies on one side of the gym and the gents on the other. We were later in- formed it was called a social hour. The high point players, those inducted into Excellentia, were: Deloris Hickey, Susan Star- man, Bob Swaney, Jim Wasta, Barbara Yarow- sky, Ruth Conn, Janet Jones, Joan Sidlinger, and Duane Thenhaus, However, we still didn't know what the score was. The next quarter, tenth grade, we began to pick up a little when we walked away with fifth in the song festival. Directors for that event were Jocelyn Bickel and Bob Swaney. This same semester we elected as our cap- tain Joan Sidlinger and her assistants who were: Vice-President, Janet Jones,'Secretary, Ruth Conn, Treasurer, George Samuelson. The Latin students, searching for the excite- ment of the good old days, decided to have a Roman banquet, therefore those puers and puellas donned their togas lsheets to youl for a very flat dinner-they were lying down. Those Sizzling Sophomore Sensations who made their measly monograms were: Football-Stanley Ginsberg, Jack Haney, Bob Schwinn, Duane Thenhaus, and Wallace Smith. Basketball-Duane Thenhaus, Jim Wasta, and Cass Bailey, manager. Track-Dale Crosier, Herb Johns, and Jack Krebs. The half-time entertainment was furnished by our G.A.A. Glamazons in a demonstration on how to "Swing the Bacon." Participating were: Ruth Conn, Norinne Fenner, Darlene Hestroffer, Betty Hopkins, Jean Hunt, and Susan Starman. Those chosen to help the coaches plan the plays were: Art committee-Ruth Conn and Joan Sidlinger. Budget-Deloris Hickey. Business-Norinne Fenner. Honor Assembly-George Samuelson. Hospitality-Lois Downing, Betty Hopkins, and Lorraine Perley. Landscape-Marie Ewoldt and Duane Johnson. Lyceum-Bob Swaney. Martha Washington Room-Susan Starman and Jim Wasta. Sportsmanship - Donna Atkinson and Dale Crosier. In the early part of the next quarter, eleventh grade, we were fouled! We took second place in the song festival when everybody said we should have had first-except one iudge. Joan Sidlinger led us in "The Dancers" and Bob Swaney in Fred Waring's "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Those who had the vim, vigor and vitality to earn their varsity letters were: Football-Duane Thenhaus, Stanley Cejka, Bob Schwinn, Stanley Ginsberg, Charles Landis, Dale Crosier, and Wallace Smith, George Samuelson and Jim Wasta, managers. Track-Dale Crosier, Stanley Ceika, and Herb Johns. Tennis-George Samuelson and Jim Wasta. Baseball-Don Buchheister and Wallace Smith. This semester we learned about Gawain and Lynette-er, Gawan and Linet-er Gwane . . . oh well, we never did learn-we had seven substitutes in English that year. Chemistry was iust one big party from the first day, when John L. served his magic pink lemonade, to the last, when we shuffled more than report cards. Officers this quarter were: President, Bob Schwinn, George Samuelson, Vice-President, Lorraine Perley, Duane Johnson, Secretary, Jack Krebs, Donna Atkinson, Treasurer, Dale Crosier and Don Buchheister. Second-half high point men inducted into Sophrosyne were Ruth Conn, Lois Downing, Marie Ewoldt, Joan Sidlinger, Susan Starman, Bob Swaney and Jim Wasta. Fifty-three All other bowl games were held on New Years, but our gala affair took place on Hallo- ween. We Plungers met the flushed faced 'l2B's in a whirlpool of excitement. Starting line-up for the last quarter was: Captain, Duane Thenhausp Vice-President, Dale Crosier, Secretary, Norinne Fenner, Treasurer, Betty Hopkins. The Senior Prom, April Showers, was no drizzle, in fact, we had a downpour of fun. Those elected to carry in the lemons to re- fresh the wornout souls on the governing com- mittees were: Art-Stanley Cejka. Business-Mary Brown. Honor Assembly- Jean Hunt and Sally Strother. Landscape-Joyce Johnson and Charles Landis. Lyceum-Barbara Mapel. Martha Washington Room-Marie Hines. Sportsmanship - Bob Schwinn and Wallace Smith. For our 12B picnic we pushed our hot-rods all the way to Lake MacBride, everyone got sunburned, we had a warm-up football game, Kreb's car caught on fire. Gee! we really had a hot time-even the weinies were scorched. Our own Jim Folsoms who kissed the most babes to get elected to Boys' State were Jack Krebs, Bob Schwinn, Bob Swaney, Duane Then- hous, and Jim Wasta. Our senior play, "Bottoms Up," was lust too excruciating for words, so we won't say any- more about it. We elected as honorary captain Bob Schwinn, Vice-President, Betty Hopkins, Secre- tary, Norinne Fenner, Treasurer, George Samuelson. What other class has whipped-cream gun fights, maraschino marble games, or is almost drowned in marshmallow cokes? What other class begins its parties when other people are lust getting in? Well, we do 'cause many of our parties are Dutch Treat-at Krebs. Those who went out on fouls in the middle of the fourth quarter were Jocelyn Bickel, Sue Birks, Lionell Dawson, Bob Gorman, Norma Green, Janet Jones, Patricia Smith, Marilyn Ward, Earlinda Whitehill, Barbara Yarowsky, and Catherine Yuill. Our game is over now, and we still don't know what the score is, but we do know we won. Now we, the forty-niners, are ready to set out, as did the forty-niners of a century ago, to make our fortunes in the gold mine of opportunities. Compiled by the History Committee: Bob Swaney, Chairman Marlyce Anderson Ruth Conn Darlene Eggleston Marie Ewoldt JoAnn Garden Deloris Hickey Frank Hudson Duane Johnson Joyce Johnson Charles Landis Glenn Schuller Bob Schwinn Susan Starman Greta Whitmer CLASS POLL CLASS OF JANUARY, 1949 Girl Most Likely to Succeed .... Susan Starman Most Attracive Girl .......... Norinne Fenner Most Studious Girl ............ Susan Starman Girl With Best Sense of Humor---Betty Hopkins Friendliest Girl .............. Most Athletic Girl .... .... Best Class Leader-- Best All-Around Girl Most Popular Girl .... --- Fifty-four -Betty Hopkins Marlyce Anderson Susan Starman -Betty Hopkins -Betty Hopkins Boy Most Likely to Succeed ------ Bob Swaney Most Handsome Boy ..---------- Alex Meyer Most Studious Boy ------------- Bob Swaney Boy With Best Sense of Humor ---- Jack Haney Friendliest Boy ------..-.--. Duane Thenhaus Best Class Leader -----.-------. Bob Swaney Best All-Around Boy ------- Bob Schwinn and Jim Wasta Most Popular Boy ---- ---- D on Buchheister PROPHECY OF THE JANUARY CLASS OF T949 As the two rocket planes circle for position one can hear the constant clatter of atom guns as they fire from all positions on each other. But the guns are to no avail. Each ship is protected with a special atranian cover. As the planes continue to dodge and circle from one corner of the earth to another, it is evident that it is a fight to the death. Suddenly, one of the ships swings in a wide space-covering curve and comes at the other ship at the top speed of 100,000 miles an hour. The other ship, caught completely off guard by this quick maneuver, is no match at all for the on- coming ball of speeding metal. With a last- second burst of speed the helpless ship tries to avoid the undaunted killer, but it is too late. With a roar heard round the world the two planes collide, momentarily remain in mid- stratosphere and then start their inevitable plunge toward the earth. Seconds later the mangled mass of planes strikes the earth, and with the ensuing explosion a hole 500 miles in diameter is instantly blown into the earth. All is quiet now as the sun sets and the last sign of life ever to be seen again on earth settles into its grave. Yes, these two planes contain the last of all civilization. These two planes were fighting for actual life itself, and both have lost. But, wait! What is moving over yonder? Why, it's an occupant of one of the space rockets! But that's impossible! Impos- sible or not, there he is. Rising, as if under the weight of the earth itself, he slowly staggers forward. As he does so he momentarily catches his tattered space suit on a metal object. Stooping to release his suit, he notices an in- scription on the metal plate. Upon reading it he finds that it marks a cylinder containing food, clothes, newspapers, a special document, and other articles of the year 1968, at which time this metal container had been sealed in the ground. Why that is almost 2,000 years ago! Returning as swiftly as possible with a iagged piece of metal he has found, he quickly pries open the container. Finding the food intact he eagerly gulps it down, for he is almost dead from hunger. Then, relaxing after a good meal, he picks up the newspaper en- closed and reads as follows: "THE JANUARY CLASS OF '49 MAKES GOOD" INVENTIONS l. Joyce Johnson, the great scientist, has in- vented a new remedy for sneezes. She puts it in this little ditty- "lf from sneezes you complain Stick your head out in the rain." 2. Lois Downing has invented some new "round" sugar cubes-she always was a sweet girl. Duane Johnson, the famous chemist, has in- vented a serum which prevents students from failing tests when they are inoculated with lt. David "Walt" Fry, after experimenting for fifteen years, has invented a motor bike with a built in snack-bar. Mary Brown has invented a new kind of candy-French "Fryed" kisses. Here is a '49er who made good in radio. Robert Giovanazzi is head of the National Broadcasting System-he started out as a ham operator. Stanley Ginsberg is in Alaska ably coaching the Bering Strait Eskimos. LOCAL NEWS Jack Haney has iust returned from England with a band like Pee Wee Hunt's. His best recording is the Rock Island Rag. Deloris Hickey is a nurse at the local hos- pital and has been taking care of a former class mate, Charles Landis, who was a victim of the T. B. League. Charles Scheurs has iust returned from a hunting trip in Africa. He has wiped out the entire supply of wild game in the jun- gles with his atom gun. Now he must search for new hunting grounds. Darlene Eggleston is now making a name for herself by teaching "Jim" nastics. This is no surprise to us because we always knew she loved "Jim." By the way who is Jim? Joan Sidlinger is a woman mechanic in the body and fender shop at Padzensky's new auto market. Marie Hines, a famous archeologist, "Doug" up a well preserved "Bat." Willard Goddard is running the "Loaf Shop" making bread and rolling in the dough. Barbara "Maple" is running Hepker's tree nursery. She is working very hard for she "Pines" for a new "Fir" coat. And now leaving Page l, we find Page 2. COURT NEWS Wally Smith, now a great baseball player, has been brought before the Juvenile Court on account of teaching his kids to steal bases. Dale "Crash" Crosier, Jr., fifteen, son of D. F. Crosier escaped serious iniury when his jet-mobile sideswiped a vehicle in which the Reverend T. Dunker and his family were traveling to church. Fifty-five . Bob Dvorak, who always as sober as a judge, now is one. This is his code of Justice: "If before me you do come I will see that all is done To prevent my fellow classmates From becoming prison inmates." PERSONNEL COLUMN . Don Buchheister is still intent on having "Hoppiness" in his life. SOCIETY And now we come to the "hoi-poIIoi" of the paper, the Society page. . Bob Swaney has been elected president of the Mazda Light Company-He always was a bright boy. . Ted Suchomel, the great composer, has just written a new piece, "The Simple Cymbal Symphony." He gets a bang out of it. . Norinne Fenner is now in the candle-making business, she always did like a certain "Weich." . Darlene Hestroffer, after achieving the over- whelming speed of l,000 words per minute, is the most sought after secretary in the city. . Alice Kitchin has been recently married to her 'lOth husband, who runs a glue factory. She thinks maybe she can "stick" to him. . Mary "Beezy" Jeannes is now a model in California for the famous French designer Madeleine De Rauch. Her success in selling her creations is stupendous. . Sally Strother, who was married to an English nobleman in 1960, has been asked to play at the inauguration of Elizabeth. And as we turn the page we come into the world of Sports. SPORTS George Samuelson, the tennis love match champ, should practice courtin' outside the court-Wasta does. Marlyce Anderson is now bidding for the women's wrestling championship of the world, ably coached by Joe Louis. Herb Johns won the long distance event in Italy where the Olympics are being held. Greta Lou Whitmer has been elected the basketball find of the year, knocking Mur- ray Wier off the throne he has held for fifteen years. . Coach Duane Thenhaus, who still uses the same line and pass techniques on all his opponents, better change, because they are catching on. Alex Meyer, a great baseball player, has been in a slump this year on account of "Battin." . Jimmy "Bob Falkenburg" Wasta is having his court troubles again. The last we heard, he was on the wrong end of a love nothing game. Fifty-six MOVIES l. John Potier, after sixteen long years of faith- ful service at the Paramount Theater has been promoted to manager and is having a booming business showing the motion pic- ture "The Loves of Alice." 2. Susan Starman, the first woman producer of movies, has just released her newest hit, "I Married An Angel" starring Bob Schlad- etzky. Person reading just runs his finger along the page and laughs when he is through. This continues for several lines. Next remark is up to the reader. The thing is that he is reading the comics. ADVERTISEMENTS 1. Marie Ewoldt is apening a new dress shop. She invites all her friends to come and spin the yarn with her. 2. Donna "Squibb" Atkinson, the girl with the smile of beauty, says that if you use Squibb tooth paste you'll never have to wear falsies. 3. Glenn Schuller, who used to raise Golden Hamsters, is now raising Schmoos for sale. 4. Try Jo Ann Garden's beauty salon where everyone leaves with a bang. MISCELLANEOUS 1. Joyce Jurgenson is working in the Jurgen's Lotion factory bottling up the works. 2. Shirley Hathaway bought a candy factory for her sweetie who is half-nuts. 3. Ruth Conn is running a travel agency. Following in her father's footsteps, she is featuring a quick trip around the world. 4. Jean Hunt is now writing the "Column for the Lovelorn." She always was good at giving advice. 5. Frank Hudson, who has just inherited the Wilson Meat Packing Company, is sending a new kind of meat to the men on Mars. 6. Bob Schwinn is now one of the greatest photographers in Cedar Rapids and has taken over the techniques of Wong. WHERE TO GO , . T. Announcing the 99th annual Kolach Festival, chairman Stan Cejka introduces his new capsule device which is attached to the head and puts a kolach in your mouth every four minutes. 2. Ted Dalamaggas announces the grand opening of his new restaurant the "Golden Cup." He has the world famous Louis as his chef. 3. Come to Bailey's Electrical Shop-he gives everybody a big charge-account that is. 4. lf you have a new "jet-helicopter you might speed down to Lower Slobovia where Dick Bushnell runs the Country Club. 5. If you are ever in Holland, drop in on Jack Krebs who runs a famous ice cream factory and is married to a little Dutch Girl. WANT ADS 'l. Wanted-Dick Thompson and Gerald Peter- son for graduation. BELIEVE IT OR NOT 1. Delmar Rundquist has a steady iob kicking out kangaroos that take the elevator in the Empire State Building. 2. Betty Hopkins gave up a hot "Rod" for a "Bucking" bronco. PROPHECY ENDING As the space man slowly puts down his paper he glances up and is almost bowled over with astonishment. For there, arising out of the ground itself, are all those who had been aboard the two rocket ships. Apparently physically sound, they form a group around the reclining space man. On further examin- ation it is explained that they had suffered only severe shock and that their special stratos- pheric non-penetrable shock suits has saved CLASS them from certain death. They had regained consciousness a short time before and had heard most of what the space man had read from the newspaper of 1968. They became so intrigued with the pattern of civilization in 1968 that they determined to form a com- munity similar to the one of that time dedicated to the proposition that "Lite Can Be Beautiful." COMMITTEE Barbara Mapel, Chairman Donna Atkinson Cass Bailey Mary Brown Richard Bushnell Stanley Ceika Dale Crosier Stanley Ginsberg Shirley Hathaway Darlene Hestroffer Jean Hunt Herbert Johns Joyce Jurgensen John Krebs Charles Scheurs Wallace Smith Sally Strother James Wasta SONG The time has come to say goodbye To you our dear old Franklin High To teachers, classmates, friends so dear, And all the good times we've had here. Goodbye to hard fought games that thrill. Their memories will haunt us still. Goodbye to all we've held most dear While we have worked or idled here. The time has come to say goodbye To you our dear old Franklin High. Willa Deane Howells. Fifty-seven WILL OF THE JANUARY CLASS OF I949 "lt's a miserable day, Ladies and Gentlemen, the rain is coming down in torrents and dripping off our hats and clothes. Nevertheless, there's a great crowd assembled here at the funeral of Old Man Franklin. They have come to pay respects to the kindly old man, or have they come to see if they were mentioned in the will. Yes, they have come from far and near to pay their respects-his death was so strange. They said that one night after attending a meeting of the January Class of '49 he dropped dead, the strain was iust too much for him. Oh! Ladies and Gentlemen, they are reading the wills now, and they have just finished that of the class of '49, Now they have come to that class of all classes-JANUARY l949l" MARLYCE II want to be a boyl ANDERSON- leaves this little ditty: l'm not rough l'm not tough But I'm determined. I, TED SUCHOMEL-leave my ability to play my trumpet to CLARK FLOYD who is all ready to blow at any time. GRETA lDon't call me babyl WHITMER-be- queaths her dancing ability to FRANK ltwo- stepj KVACH-Franklin's own Fred Astaire. DELMAR ICluckJ RUNQUIST-wills his know- ledge of chickens to JANET MALEK, who isn't a bad little "Chick," herself. ROBERT lRock Islandj SCHLADETZKY-leaves for Mills Cafe and a hardy trip around the world. ROBERT fSilent Joel GIOVANAZZI-leaves his conversational habits to "Cowboy" Cwhat do you sayl RACE, who might apply them. BARBARA MAPEL-bequeaths her love to BILL QUINBY, who we hear needs a little life in his lovin'. MARY lI'm an angel in disguisel BROWN- leaves-don't take it too hard DANNY! I, NORINNE FENNER-will my ability in health class to work towards the day when I have a permanent JIM lgymj. SALLY STROTHER - bequeaths her typing ability to MARILYN SAFELY, who is a good speed for any type. I, JOAN SIDLINGER-bequeath my artistic ability to JO ANN GABRIEL, who has some pretty nice curves. CASS ll want to be Louiej BAILEY-leaves to see his old friend Pierre. FRANK lClemJ HUDSON-leaves his pitch- fork to ANN HOLETS and HARRY STEELE, who really know how to pitch the whoooooo! I, TED lBig Boyj DALAMAGGAS-would like to leave my wood working tools to TOM ITigerJ DUNKER, our most promising young chisler. RICHARD THOMPSON and MARY IB. Z.I JEANNES leave-pardon us, they have already left. Filly-eight JACK KREBS-bequeaths his big feet to LAUREL GAY, who could use a couple of feet. DUANE II love 'emi THENHAUS-leaves his hook and line to DOUG BATTIN, who always makes a good catch. I, MARIE HINES-leave this hint: If you have a buddy A buddy through and through Be sure to cross your buddy Before he crosses you. SUSAN lFranklyJ STARMAN-leaves her race horse speed in French to DAVE fBoneJ MA- LONEY, who is always on the wrong track. I, BETTY HOPKINS-bequeath my sun kissed face to RUTHIE LABES, who has been kissed by many sons. DELORIS HICKEY-wills her stately walk to DAVE BURRELL, who is always stiff in the ioints. JOHN lTwo in the balcony, pleasej POTIER -leaves his ability of working dark at the Para- mount to FRANKIE DORMAN-He never has done bad in the dark. RICHARD lBig Dick, BUSHNELL-wills his backstage ability to TED and CONNIE, who also seem to manage well. I, JO ANN GARDEN-leave with a big bang. That's the only noise I ever made at Franklin. CHARLES SCHUERS-bequeaths Wilson's and his meat cutting to GEORGE BEALS, who seems to be quite a butcher. ROBERT lSweetieI SWANEY-leaves his great musical ability to "DURKE" OFFRINGA who's taking lessons on the harp. JEAN HUNT-leaves her complicated prob- Iems to KATHY CHEHAK, who is always in a tight squeeze. I, WILLARD GODDARD-leave my ability to Dlay pool to DICK BYRON, who is always be- hind the eight ball. RUTH CONN-leaves her athletic ability to CONNIE BURKE, who is pretty good in all sports. DALE lCrashI CROSIER-leaves his speed and drive to "DONDY" HUNTER, who sets a good pace herself. MARIE EWOLDT-wills her punctuality to BARBARA GAINES, who never did waste any time. HERB JOHNS-wills his moments at the Happy Hour to DORIS McNALL, who hasn't a moment to spare. I, ALICE KITCHIN-leave this little ditty: I like 'em young I like 'em old But best of all I like 'em bold! GLENN SCHULLER-leaves his hamsters to JIM "Fragile" GORMAN, who is quite a ham himself. DAVID FRY-leaves his last name to DANNY, who wishes things were more MARY. JACK "Mauler" HANEY leaves-now the big blow is gone. I, LOIS DOWNING-leave my horn rimmed glasses to DEL ROLAND, who's always horning in. STANLEY GINSBERG - leaves his family iewels to JACK HOLSINGER, who's really on the ball. DARLENE EGGLESTON-leaves her blushing moments to certain Franklin girls, who have none. STANLEY CEJKA-wills his pass-catching tech- nique to JACK ELGIN, who is good at throwing passes. DUANE JOHNSON - leaves his chemistry knowledge to MARY ROUPE, who should by now, know about form-ulas. CHARLES LANDIS-leaves his first love affair to ANN LAUER, who it looks like, will never see her last. JOYCE JURGENSON-leaves this little verse: As I graduate this fall I have only one wish I hope I never see you again Goodbye Franklin, Swish!! ROBERT SCHWINN - bequeaths his card sharpness to JANNE ZALESKY, who has already been dealt with too much. GEORGE SAMUELSON-leaves the following advice to future Business Law Classes: "Teacher is right, it's the world that's wrong." WALLY SMITH-leaves his curly hair to JIM lSunshineI NEFF, who used to go to the Powder Puff to get his curled. JOYCE JOHNSON-leaves her educational ability to JIM MACKEY, who is already Board lboredl of Education. JAMES lServe 'Emj WASTA-leaves his tennis equipment to DICK HANSON, who has quite a racquet, Huh Girls? A SHIRLEY HATHAWAY-leaves her flaming red hair to the African Headhunters. ALEX MEYER-leaves to get some education, we hear he is already a good teacher. DARLENE HESTROFFER-leaves her dramatic ability to JUDY ROBINSON, who always puts on a good show. I, BOB DVORAK-leave my hunting ability to the BIG THREE who are all shot as far as we're concerned. DONNA ATKINSON-leaves her giggle to JACK HUNT who is quite a laugh himself. DON lSuper Six that hits on twol BUCH- HEISTER-shoots off in his Hudson leaving noth- ing but dust to the 'l2B class, who needs some cleaning up. Drawn UP and SIGNED by US on THIS 6th DAY OF JANUARY, 1949. WILL COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Don Buchheister TED DALAMAGGAS Lois Downing ROBERT DVORAK Norinne Fenner DAVID FRY Willard Goddard JACK HANEY Marie Hines BETTY HOPKINS .lChairmanJ Alice Kitchin ALEX MEYER John Potier GEORGE SAMUELSON Joan Sidlinger TED SUCHOMEL Duane Thenhaus ADVISOR and CENSOR Miss Grissel POE C L A S S M CLASS or JANUARY, 1949 ON BEING A SENIOR The time has come, dear Franklin school, When we must say goodby, To dear familiar things we've known In good old senior High, As we upon the threshold stand, And peer beyond the door- Toward pathways of the future-and The things that lie before. We cannot see beyond the mists, Of years that still will come, Nor do we know the joys and griefs That Life must bring to some. We only walk along Life's road A little, clay by day And gladly do the tasks we find Upon our daily way. Though hearts are sad at parting, now- We'Il walk through Memory Lane, And thoughts will turn to Franklin dear, Again-and yet-again. In memory, we'Il walk these halls And hear the bells once more- Laugh at old jokes and hurry through That well-known classroom door- We'II see our ivy planted here, Still clinging on the wall, And faces of our former friends, Whom we've passed in the hall. These things will come to us again, With Memory's swift return, As we along the paths of Life Continue still to learn. So as we step upon Life's road, We pause to say "goodby" To our loved Alma Mater true, Our Franklin Senior High. Deloris J. Hickey. Fifty-nine SENIOR PLAY JUNE CLASS OF 1949 fxwkx Standing: D. Battin, W. Hoese, R. Hanson, J. Lehman. Sitting: J. Ek, C. Edmonds, J. Gabriel, J. Killinger, P. Dunshee, S. Sealy. Vincent Dodson - - Richard Bond .... Phillip Mitchel-- Stephen Thorne .... Cathryn ....... Sylvia Gardner--- Lucy Whittaker--- Millicent La Rue--- Daisy Dodson ---- Mrs. Mortimer-- Sixty THE HIDDEN, ENEMY By Dana Thomas CAST l ----Douglas Battin ----William Hoese ---Richard Hanson ------Jack Lehman Catherine Edmonds ----JoAnn Gabriel -----Joan Killinger --Patricia Dunshee -------Janine Ek ----Sharon Sealy SENIOR PLAY JUNE CLASS OF 1949 Standing: D. Thompson, D. Veida, W. Marsh. Sitting: P. Vetter, J. Lichtenstein, H. Ohsman, D. Hakes, T. Roane, F. Shideler, B. Gaines. Vincent Dodson .... Richard Bond .... Phillip Mitchel--- Stephen Thorne ---- Cathryn ------- Sylvia Gardner ---- Lucy Whittaker ---- Millicent l.a Rue ----- Daisy Dodson- - Mrs. Mortimer- - - THE HIDDEN ENEMY By Dana Thomas CAST 2 Duane Thompson --William Marsh --Frank Shideler ---- -Donald Veida - - -- -.loan Lichtenstein -Harriet Ohsman -Barbara Gaines - -- -Tommye Roane -- - - -Peggy Vetter ---Donna Hakes Sixty-one HISTORY OF THE JUNE CLASS OF I949 THE FRANKLIN CLASS OF' 49 PRESENTS "MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING" OR "WHY ARE WE HERE ANYWAY?" TIME: SEPTEMBER T942 Place: Franklin High School: Cedar Rapids, Iowa Act I-Scene I "All the worId's a stage- And all the men and women merely players." The curtain rises on one hundred and twenty- five 7B's: but wait-the cast is not complete. Ah! here he comes, little Jerry Padzensky-all three feet eight inches of him-late for the first of his sixteen times in the 7B semester. We soon learned our parts from our directors. Miss Harding, in charge of costumes and properties was heard to say "Always keep those pants rolled down, girls-no slax in this class, and wash off the makeup. Hand over those comic books. Mary and Johnny would never do those things. It is becoming evident, however, that our backer M. S. Hallman is beginning to won- der if his investment is sound. On this happy note the curtain comes down on our first scene. Act I-Scene II "There is a tide in the affairs of men." What a blow! When our character portrayals as outlined in slam-books were cut from the act. Adding iniury to insult P. K.'s paddle in- iured our already sagging pride. Caesar's Rome had nothing on us, we had our own tri- umverate-Con, Dick, and Ken. Also our back- stage crew was all worked up for a dramatic battle as explained in this ditty by Richard lLongfellowi Offringa- We were rough and rugged, We thought we were something But we were edged- 49 to nothing. Act I-Scene III "So foul ancl fair a da I have not seen " The y . lights dim and from the gloom of the wings stalks the villain: homework. We did learn something in the 9th grade, however- quote: "Amo, amas, amat, amatmus, amatis, amant." Our Excellentians of the year, disguised as Margaret O'Brien's and Butch Jenkin's received their torches for exceptional performances were: 9B-Jane Hynden, Marilyn Benner, Constance Cornwell, Donna Herring, Jack Lehman, Joyce Reinke, and Joanne Wright. 9A-Barbara Boyd, Betty Gregory, Willa Dean Howells, Leonta Sixty-two Morrison, Harriet Ohsman, Beverly Wren, and Janne Zalesky. And so the curtain descends on Junior High. Act II-Scene I ln 10th grade we used to chase butterflies, but now we've found better things to chase. Those given top billing in l0B were: , President-Jack Lehman Vice-President-Joyce Reinke Secretary-Peggy Vetter Treasurer-Bob Mentzer The crews for the Governing Committees were selected and those honored were: Art Committee: Janine Ek and Barbara Boyd, in 'l'lA Mary Louise Jackson. Budget: Peggy Feddern, Kenneth Durey and Harriet Ohsman, HA Bill Hoese. Business: Roger Spohn, Kathryn Chehak, Cath- erine Edmonds, HA Donalyn Rees. Honor Assembly: Jack Lehman, Robert Mentzer, 'l'lA Jack Funcke. Landscaping: Peggy Vetter, HA Betty Gregory. Lyceum: Willa Dean Howells, HA Jane Hynden. Martha Washington Room: Leonta Morrison, HA Bob Christenson. Public Relations: Don Cornwell, Joyce Reinke, 'l'lA Marilyn Benner. Sportsmanship: Doug Battin, and Connie Corn- well, l'lA Joan Peterson. Hospitality: Sharon Sealy, Jo Ann Gabriel, and Duane Thompson. ln 'l0A our starring roles were changed again, and this time they were: Bob Mentzer-President Mitchell Barns-Vice-President James Ferguson-Secretary Jack Lehman-Treasurer Those athletically inclined members of the cast who received letters in this scene were. Football, Richard Bennett, Don Cornwell and James Ferguson: Basketball, Don Cornwell, James Ferguson and Marvin Roupep Baseball, Ed Brink: Track, Don Cornwell, Richard Dona- hue and Jack Funcke: Golf, David Aossey. The girls who played opposite these boys in the athletic roles and entered in G.A.A. were: Lois Barton, Josephine Bates, Marilyn Benner, Barbara Boyd, Constance Cornwell, Catherine Edmonds, Betty Gregory, Mary Louise Jackson, Harriet Ohsman, Joan Peterson, Joyce Reinke, Sharon Sealy, Beverly Smith, Peggy Vetter and Betty Vernholt. ln the Song Festival, displaying real talent and after tedious hours of rehearsal where we were waved at by Harriet Ohsman and Janine Ek while Marilyn Benner and Barbara Burger accompanied with chopsticks, we wowed the critics and came through with a stirring fifth place, with a tie at second. Attired in sheets and old feed sacks, with wreaths of wilted lilacs around our heads, we feebly tried to impersonate the ancient Romans at the annual Latin Banquet. And so as the Romans say "Tempus fugit," so we pass to the next scene. Act ll-Scene ll Vaudeville returned in Scene ll when those "men about town"-Donahue, Durey, Fergie, Hanson, Burrell, Richardson, and Gorman-in white coveralls and top hats, hit top billing in Variety, and were acclaimed by all except those czars if critics, the class advisors. A star was born when the 'ITB class was en- riched by Southern culture when Tommye CHoney Chilei Roane arrived. The leading actors were again changed and those cast were: President-Duane Thompson Vice-President-Sharon Sealy Secretary-Donalyn Rees Treasurer-Don Veida And in Chemistry-Abraham Chipok learned that honesty is always the best policy. In HA one hundred and twenty-six of our understudies went into Miss Meyer's English Class-but only one hundred came out. There was cut throat competition for roles in that barn storming tour to Hawkeye Boy's State. Those cast were: Jerry Padzensky, Don Cornwell, Jack Lehman, and Duane Fry. Our star players were forcefully cast when Boss Tweed Donahue put his boys fBattin, Spohn, and Dureyi in. With Peggy Vetter elected to keep the minutes. Once again the time was at hand when our more muscular members received their letters, they were: Football, Don Cornwell and Richard Offringa, Basketball: Don Cornwell, Frank Kvach, Bob Mackey, and Dick Offringa and David Aossey won his letter in golf, as our team won the state championship. We also discovered we had among us a few undis- covered geniuses when in this scene Willa Dean Howells, Betty Gregory, Mary Louise Jackson, Joan Lichtenstein, Joyce Reinke, Duane Thomp- son and Peggy Vetter received their oscars for outstanding performance in Sophroysne. Act II-Scene Ill "But lo! the end draws near. ln this, the last scene a few new props arrived iincluding a iukebox, a central governing com- mittee and our own Mr. Paul f"Get to the office on the double," Millerj-too late to get the full advantage from them. Our starring roles were changed for the next to the last time and those cast were: President-Bob Christenson Vice-President-Joyce Reinke Secretary-Jane Hynden Treasurer-Joan Peterson And in Miss Brunner's English class we learned that MacBeth hath murdered sleep, but it didn't seem to effect our class. The Sophrosyne awards went to Connie Corn- well, Jane Hynden, Jack Lehman, Leonta Morri- son, and Harriet Ohsman. And to top off the year our twelve man football team, made up with mud and decked out in soggy uniforms slipped past McKinley with a 2-0 victory to cinch the city title. Act ll-Scene III "At last!" "Double, double. Toil and trouble." That sounds like the 12A elections and and outside the election booth we see the machine at work, but inside the peoples party is taking over. We see the machine backfiring and as the smoke clears, Bob Mentzer emerges as President, those coming through too were: Vice-President-Bill Hoese, Secretary-Sharon Sealy and Treas- urer-Ted Whiting. Letter Presentation time was once again at hand and those receiving monograms were: Football, Don Cornwell, Dick Offringa, and Duane Fry. The girls who led the fellows on- to victory that is-were: Jane Johnston, Harriet Ohsman, and Janine Ek, and added to the ranks in 'I2A was Dicker D. Donahue, who spurred us on to even greater heights. We also learned that some of the members of the cast were honored by membership in the National Thespian Society. Its members included Lois Barton, Marilyn Benner, Catherine Edmonds, Janine Ek, Duane Fry, Barbara Gaines, Betty Gregory, Mary Louise Jackson, Ellen Kaupke, Joan Lichtenstein, Dolly McBride, Bill Marsh, Marilyn Martin, Leonta Morrison, Harriet Ohs- man, Donalyn Rees, Tommye Roane, Roma Rosenberg, Sharon Sealy, Frank Shideler, Don Veida, Duane Thompson, Bruce Travis, Peggy Vetter, Betty Vornholt, and Ted Whiting. And in l2A, their last chance to enter Sophroysne, these people learned their lines better than the others and were admitted. And so the curtain falls on the last scene, we leave the stage still wondering what the play was all about. Your playwrights were: Bill Hoese, Chairman Jim Beck Bob Christenson Janine Ek Jeanine Gray Joan Lichtenstein Marilyn Martin lone MacFalls Harriet Ohsman Jerry Padzensky Connie Riley Tommye Roane Roger Spohn Duane Thompson Peggy Vetter Dick Offringa Sixty-three PROPHECY OF THE JUNE CLASS OF i949 Clarence, the guardian angel of the class of '49, in all his goodly goodliness, gazes dis- dainfully in abhorrence upon the misdoings of his little flock, whom he sees entering Club Emerald iWhen you leave, you're greenll His glance falls upon Jim Hill, the doorman, who in all his fiery splendor is welcoming the many famous celebrities of this day in 1960. We see Bill f"Muscles"J Marsh rolling up in a big black limousine, stepping out on the arm of the wealthy matron, Marilyn Martin. ls that how he gets his money for his "Jolly Jack" suits -two for S49? What's that loud noise? Oh, it's Doug Battin, the current presidential candidate. iHis ma- chine ought to get him some place, sometime.l There's Bob f"The Angel"l Christenson hand- ing his hat to the hat check girl, revealing his cauliflower ears. He's the new king of wrestl- ing. By the way, the hat check girl is Mary Ellingson, who gave up telephoning but is still playing around with numbers. Here comes Donna Herring. The question is, will she leave smoked or pickled? Marlene Dytert, who has inherited her father's business, has been developing a new emerald flower for this gem of a club. Don Cornwell is out for his last big fling before going "Moose" hunting. Cay Edmonds, who is a promoter of Rayve Shampoo, which gives your hair that Ver- meersh finish, is dancing with John Allen, prom- inent representative of Allen Motor Company, who is driving a Crosley, but is having trouble with the chassis. Dave i"l can't make up my mind"l Burrell is standing, trying to decide whom to dance with. He never could make up his mind whether to saw wood for Vetter-may-ioin the army under Colonel Roane or take up the Harp. At ringside tables, we find Dolly f"the Lake"l McBride and Lois i"I want to go to Iowa City"l Barton, who are currently tied for first place honors in the l3th Annual Liar's Club Contest, sponsored by the Timbuktu Chamber of Com- merce. There's Jerry f"Don't wake me"l Padzensky, who's been slumped over the table so long that they have installed him as a permanent fixture. Huddled in a corner moaning this little ditty is Dick Hanson: Oh, shed a tear for Hanson His friends think he's a phony. They gaze at his wavy hair and ask "Which curl has the Toni?" Here comes Bruce i"Rover Boy"l Travis- still trying to take a good two-bit picture. Seated together reminiscing are Mazie and Jack. Mazie i"the"l Fisher has been angling for a long time and has finally caught her sucker. Jack Funcke is now a specialist in the Sixty-four crematory department of the Marble Slab Mortuary. Nothing has been said since Mazie asked "what's cooking." Harriet Ohsman is our own lady manager. She was always trying to run everything-or after anything. As Clarence is seated, the floor show begins with a fanfare by Maxine f"Hand me a bugle and call me Toots"l Holst. For our floor show tonight, in the absence of our regular Emcee, we have borrowed Dick Donahue, the announcer for the livestock show. He always did introduce the bull! Nancy "Blue Ribbon" Jensen and Joan "Skip- a-grade" Killinger, the star end girls in the chorus line, are appealing. But the queen of them all is Kathryn "Torchy" Chehak. Staring at the chorus girls is fascination is Marve Roupe-he was always looking for "pink- knees." fPinckneys.l Next on the program is Frank Shideler, our celebrated hypnotist. He always had someone fascinated by those BIG-BLUE-EYES! Our famous singers for the evening include Marilyn Benner, the blues-singer, giving out with that new hit-tune "Can You Tam-A Indian Down?", Virginia Langford, taking the place of her namesake, and sponsored by RONson lighters, and Tommye Roane, Franklin's own Dorothy Shay, who has really hit the big time singing her theme song, "Roll Out the Burrell." Providing the comedy of the evening is Ralph Long, who is now running competition to Dallas Turner of C.B.C. fCow-Boy Station.l Frances "Two-Way" Franco steps up to the mike during the intermission, to render a sing- ing commercial for Franco-American Spaghetti. Bob fl haven't much to sayl Mackey is keep- ing quiet blowing bubbles for our bubble queen, Wilda S. Squires. She has a specialty act in our floor show, which is greatly enhanced by the efforts of Nancy Rosche, our own little pin- up girl, who sells pins with which to "Piersom." Linda Sawyer, with all her ability, has added to the attractiveness of the show by designing the costumes, brief as they are. We dismiss to the powder room where we find Rose Morehead helping Joan Lichtenstein fix her "Hoes-e." Donalyn Rees comesslinking in, attired in one of those black numbers which picks up everything. Janine Gray and Marilyn Sheets have started a laundry. They call it the Gray-Sheets Laun- dry Company. Ah-We see some celebrities just entering the club. There comes a famous mathematician, al- most hidden behind his goatee. lt is Professor Jack "Albert Einstein" Lehman-he was always fascinated by figures and curves, and he's still figuring out the angles. Ken Durey, now a cartoonist with the King Syndicate, recently developed a sequel to the Shmoo-the Oomhs. fThat's a backward Shmoo.J Joan Peterson is Olympic trainer for the high hurdles, which we, the forty-niners, have seen plenty of! Luckily, Sally Miller has in- vented a new Braille System, because she was interested in "Vinton" anyway. Barbara Boyd is a psychiatrist in a pottery factory-fixing up all the cracked-pots. And over in a corner we see Jane Hynden, our famed intellectualist, with a glassy stare, murmuring: Scintillate, scintillate, asteroid minific, Fain would I fathom your nature specific: Loftily poised in the ether capacious, Strongly resembling a gem carbonacious. "Gypsy" Marcella Hackman comes in, laden with all the trinkets she's gathered throughout the years. She would never give any of it back. Everyone is wondering if Sharon Williams is as fast off of skates as she is on them. Barny "The Bouncer" Oldfield is doing an expert job of bouncing "the little three" because they aren't so Big anymore. Here we see Leonta Morrison, our own Hedda Hopper, who is busy gathering iuicy little tid- bits. She was always known for knowing all, hearing all, and telling all. Here's what has been gathered tonight: According to Janet Allender, all the C. R. wallflowers might do well to take a trip to Oskaloosa, and pick a flower in somebody else's Garden. Jane K "l spell my name with a 'T' "J Johnston is now caring for John's-sons. Donna Hakes is the blacksmith at a Bakery. She's "shooing" the flies. We hear that Donna Watson is living on a farm, raising little "Baileys" of hay. Roger Spohn is president of the Lonely Hearts Club. He says experience is the best teacher. We've heard that Frank Richardson is still in iail for stealing bases. He entertains his cell-mates by telling about his side-kick, Frank Kvach, who is always rounding the bases and "Sealing" home. Don Veida is hunting for more opponents to beat at tennis. He's so good at that love game. Marjorie Kelley interrupts Leonta Morrison long enough to chant this little ditty: Hinky Dinky Dickory Dock Patti Hink is Mrs. Babcock. When asked what she's doing now, Mariorie replies: "l'm a draftsman at the glue factory, where I open and close the windows." Connie Cornwell is now a noted beauty oper- ator, specializing in bleaching hair. She is still interested in Whiting. Jim, "Ham" Morse has reformed and is now taking out girls from 7 UP. Joanne Wright has decided not to get married, because then she'd have to change her last name. Says Joanne, "l'm always Wright." Peggy Feddern is a prize fighter in a candy store-boxing candy. Betty Vornholt is still working at Naxera's. Her steadiest customer is Sharon Sealy, who is always look- ing for Kvaches. Arriving slightly out of breath is Bill Bennett, bringing the news: "Poor Ed Brink is in the clink: His forging pen ran out of ink." By the way, we hear that Bill Bennett is the mascot of the local big-league baseball team, and has moved into a cave so he can take care of the bats. Oh, yes, Connie "I have 19 ties" Riley finally has found the tie that binds. "The night is o'er, the lights are out, The patrons all turned green, The guardian angel leaves the club, And never more is seen." PROPHECY COMMITTEE Ted Whiting, Chairman John Allen Connie Cornwell Nancy Cosgrove Dick Breidert Marilyn Benner Dick Brondel David Hakes Betty Gregory Donna Herring Patti Hink Lloyd Hendrickson Mary Ellingson Jack Funcke Dixie Lee Floyd Marjorie Kelley Virginia Langford Bill Marsh Marilyn Lowe Ralph Long Jack Lehman Jane Hubbard Leonta Morrison Donalyn Rees Marilyn Parsons Nancy Rosche Charles Oldfield Jean Rosche Joyce Reinke Joan Peterson Marilyn Sheets Donna Watson Sharon Williams Lyllis Schaefer Frank Shideler Don Veida Betty Vornholt Barbara Barger Frances Ann Franco Sixty-five WILL OF THE JUNE CLASS OF T949 Instead of making a will as the previous classes have done, we didn't think there was any need for one, because we expect our class to live forever. But in case some of these iuniors should get together and stamp out these burn- ing coals that we have left-here is our will. Josey "Golden Gloves" Bates leaves her fighting ability to "Pierre" who's always getting beat. Jane Hubbard leaves her exotic voice to Marilyn Safely who's always calling for Phillip Morris. Marlene Peterson leaves. Too bad Jerry. Lloyd Hendrickson wills his pool playing ability to Bob Cooper who's always behind the eight ball. Marilyn Lowe wills her sewing ability to Wally Fanton who always has you in stitches. Tedda Bishop being of sound mind and body leaves it to Mary Anderson who could use it. Larry Roach who's always getting stuck with bills for his car leaves them to Jim Broadston who still doesn't know what he's stuck to. Karen "bangs" Koffron leaves her visibility to Jane Moran who's always in a fog. Juanita Jones leaves her baby face to Shirley Hamel who's iust a baby herself. Beverly Wren leaves her ability on the violin to Betsy Howard who needs a new beau. Duane Thompson leaves his most priceless possession-take good care of her, boys. Deo Larson leaves his wrestling ability to Bob Fletcher who can't get a hold on anyone. Danny Fry leaves his position at the Me Too to Joan Rapoport who'd yell me too in any deal. Joan Lichtenstein leaves her membership in Sophrosyne to George Beals who will never make the grade. Ted "I like Corn-weII" Whiting leaves his ability at the wheel to Dick Byron who thinks he is one. Jim Hill leaves his marvelous physique to Franklin's own "man mountain" David Doetzel. Lloyd "I've been working on the railroad" Keyser leaves this poem: "With creosote jeans and calloused hands, I leave this school for far off lands. Education has done naught for me Except to drive me crazy!" Bob CHarry SJ Mentzer leaves saying "WE fooled' em." Roger Huston, I mean Houseton Rougers, I mean Ralston Huger, Jack Haney-How'd he get in here? I mean, what is his name any- way? Well, he's gone by now. Marilyn Parsons leaves her ways to anyone who'd want 'em. Dick "OIey" Brondel leaves his sailing ability to Tranny Gordley who already thinks he's a smooth sailer. Sixty-six Roma Rosenberg leaves her rating lThespian, that isl acquired by ushering at the Iowa Theater lplugll to Cheri Corot who acts but doesn't rate. John "Skip" Chadima leaves his Napoleonic coach to Del Roland who doesn't need any coaching. Marilyn Sheets leaves her ability at the basket to Tom Fleckenstein who's been aiming too high. Betty Gregory leaves her brains of Chemistry to Frank "cowboy" Race who sure should know enough about it by now. Janine Ek has only this poem to leave: "l'm awfully short And awfully cute. If you want a date- Just stop and toot." Beverly Smith leaves her long winded speeches of the past 4 years to Joyce Lamb who talks quite a bit herself. Mary Louise Jackson leaves her ability in art and colors to Bill "pinky" Quinby who can turn more shades of red than anyone. Jim "Whitey" Ferguson leaves his love aFfairs with "MeIIy" at Mary Ann's to Doris McNaII who doesn't know what love really is. Durka "By the Zuider Zee" Olfringa leaves his ability to do the right thing at the wrong time to Nan Wasta who does the wrong thing at the right time. Peggy "I go with him too" Vetter leaves with this motto: "Honey catches more flies than vinegar." Bill Marsh leaves his "hot" personality to "Sticks" Davis who's half-baked. Leonta "The Lip" Morrison leaves her gift of gab to F. E. Boone who can talk almost as fast. Donna Hakes leaves her position at Naxera's Bakery to Lyndall Davis who's one cute little cooky. Janney Zalesky leaves her ability to keep two boys on a string to Joan who's got more strings than that on her Harp. Ruthie Labes leaves her key to the Tea Room to "Bulldog" Bye, who'd love to get in but not for tea. Joyce "the brain" Reinke wills her great mind to Dorothy Thompson who could use one. Barbara Barger wills her ability at the piano to Delores Barnes who will accompany anyone. Dean "St, Joe" Stegman wills a little South- ern Comfort to Gina Race who never did com- fort any Franklin boys. Nancy Cosgrove leaves her sweet personality to Dondy Hunter who is everybody's honey. Norma Richardson leaves her knowledge of boxing to Janet Malek who's quite a knockout herself. Patty Dunshee leaves her numerous parties to Laurel "Gigi" Gay who's a party herself. Jean "speedy" Rosche leaves her sewing ability to Pat McMullen who's fast but not at sewing. Jimmy Gorman leaves his following spirits to Jerry Heintze who will follow anyone, anything, anytime, anywhere. Frank "l know it" Kvach leaves this little ditty: "I leave my dear old Franklin, And friends I must depart, But leave the girls my home address- I live around the park." Jim Neff, associated member of the amal- gamated meat cutters of America No. 903, leaves his cutting up at Sunshine to Jack Prouty who does a pretty good job of it. Neyda Eastman leaves her position as car hop to Joan Pollard who'd hop on anything. Lyllis Schaefer leaves her ability at Short- hand to Jack Holsinger who's pretty quick. Susie Miller leaves her "pert" lil' smile to "Triska" Portzline who smiles her way through almost anything. Franklin's problem child lone MacFalls leaves -For a while she was going wrong but now she's going Wright. Don Cornwell leaves his low cut football shoes to Slayman Murry who could stand a little cutting down. Jo Ann Gabriel leaves that stunning figure of curves to Frankie Dorman who misses very few himself. Dick "red" Bennett leaves his unsurpassable ability in English to Ann Holets who gets the jist of the better stories pretty well. Charles "Vav" Vavra leaves his car to Jack Hunt whose clutch is slipping-or, no-it's al- ready slipped. Dave "l'm good for 200 yards anytime" Aossey leaves his excelling ability in golf to Tom Gillen who'lI be putting around for the rest of his life. Ellen Kaupke leaves this poem: I like school, I like books. I like the teachers, I like their looks. But when it comes to Spring, l'II say, I'd rather be out than in any day. Mary Jane Waddle leaves-well, she didn't like her joke so we'll leave it out. John Duxbury, after 4 years at the Me Too, leaves his special task of polishing apples to John Culver who's gotten pretty good at it in the last 3 years. Charles Oldfield leaves his blue suit to Jolly Jack who can give you the same thing for half the price. Pat Nadel leaves what she's learned at Franklin to Larry Rapoport who'll never learn. Jim Chipokas leaves his lip to Dave Maloney who's already a little too mouthy. Jim Beck leaves his ability to handle knives to Jane Blake who's not so sharp-get the point? Bill Hoese leaves his seat in Chemistry to any- one else who will enjoy a mid-day nap. Dave Fagle leaves his paper route to Judy Robinson who has a route of her own or is it a nut? Dick Briedert leaves his track ability to that dashing young man, Tom Dunker, but oh, no- he's too fast already. Sharon Sealy, Chairman Pat Dunshee Ken Durey Dick Donahue Don Cornwell Ed Brink Dave Burrell Doug Battin Janet Allender Lois Barton Kathryn Chehak Janne Zalesky Wilda Squires Joanne Wright Charles Vavra Bruce Travis Dean Stegman Dick Hanson Jo Ann Gabriel Jim Ferguson Duane Fry Barbara Gaines Catherine Edmonds Marcella Hackman James Gorman Frank Kvach Bob Mackey Joan Killinger Dolly McBride Deo Larson Ruth Labes Nancy Jensen Jane Hynden Ellen Kaupke Jane Johnston Karen Koffron Suzanne Miller Marlene Peterson Sally Miller James Morse Frank Richardson Tedda Bishop Dave Aossey Barbara Boyd Sixty seven TOMORROW CLASS ROLL Immortal are the many years we've dwelt In Franklin's halls, with teachers, classmates, friends, And now at passing, feelings never felt Reveal that we are sorry this must end. We've often spent our time in foolish play, Too seldom have we worked with all our soul, 'Til now we find with greatest of dismay That we shall have to strive to reach our goal. The future seems so far away today And yet, it comes so fast we must prepare To work, to put aside this childish way, To see how high we climb, how much we dare. Our goal is high-though, small may be the task, The happiness of all is what we ask. Marjorie Kelley. OUR DESTINY The sunset falls on Franklin walls, Another day has passed, Another day-Another year, Time moves along so fast. And now my thoughts turn back again, Across those six short years, To that first day at Franklin High, A day of hopes and fears. To me it seems but yesterday We entered Franklin's door. The Autumn sunshine was outside, A new life lay before. We've had our "ups," we've had our "downs," Our good days and our bad, Some days our lives seemed full of ioy, On others, dull and sad. We've had our Prom and parties too, Our ball games-they were tops, The sleigh rides on a moonlight night, And jolly Keen-Teen "hops." We've always been a happy class, We've shared our work and play, Together we have reached our goal- Our Graduation Day. Our High School days are over now, The future looms ahead, We've dreamed our dreams and made our plans, To glorious heights they've led. But do we ever really know? For we're too young to see, Just how our pathways now will turn, What our Destiny will be. And now in God we place our trust, We'll do our best to find In all the busy years ahead For which task we're designed. Marilyn Sylvia Martin. Sixty-eight The CLASS OF JUNE, 7949 boy most representive of The CIGSS .............. Bob Christenson The girl most representative of The class ................ Joyce Reincke The Girl The The The The The boy most likely to succeed---Jack Lehman most likely to succeed--Willa Dean Howells most athletic boy .......... Dick Offringa most athletic girl--- ---- Joan Peterson most friendly boy ---------- Bob Mentzer most friendly girl --..---- Leonta Morrison boy having the most pleasing personality--Don Cornwell and Bob Mentzer The girl having the most pleasing personality -----.-.-.----- Tommye Roane The best looking boy in the class ---- Bill Hoese The best looking girl in the class--.lane Johnston The the best leadership- -- The boy who shows ----Bob Mentzer girl who shows the best leadership ---- ---- J oyce Reincke The boy who has been the most cooperative ---- ---- B ob Mentzer The the most cooperative--- The most original ideas ---- The girl who has been ---Peggy Vetter boy with the ----Doug Battin girl with the most original ideas -------- Marilyn Benner The boy or girl most valuable to the class ----.---.------ Joyce Reincke I LIKE FRANKLIN I like Franklin 'Cause Franklin smiles At Strangers like me 'Cause Franklin is proud Of her past history. I like the picture windows On fourth floor, The friendliness of students Of teachers, parents, and more Of the city of Cedar Rapids. I like the busy buzzing When the school starts at eight The hurry and scurry Of students tearful of being late. I like the Battle Cry The Toast to Franklin And that sigh When the Bolts Make a touchdown! I like Franklin! 'Cause Franklin aims At ideals placed high 'Cause Franklin will gain FHS pinnacle bye 'n bye. Paul Miller, Principal.


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