Franklin High School - Flyers Yearbook (Franklin, NE)

 - Class of 1947

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DEDICATED to the Sponsors of the Sensor Class -Xe-eilrzfl fe- as in- Jake Hursman ranklm Hlgli School The con truct1on of the Franklm Hrgh School burldmg was completed m 1917 An 3dd1t1On was burlt on the south durmg the wmter of the year 1923 1924 whrch 1S now the hlgh school Franklm Hrgh School offers a varrety of courses mcludmg College Preparatory Normal Trammg Commerclal Home Economms and Shop A wxde range of extma currlcular act1v1t1es rs avarlable These actrvltles are mtended to promote health apply a use of the student s le1sure tlme and develop tra1ts of crtrzen hlp sportsmansh1p and cooperatron Both mstrumental HCt1V1t16S are Football Basketball Track Pep Club Gul Reserves Physlcal Lducatlon and Class Plays The custodran of the burldmg th1s year xx as Jake Hursman who deserves credit for the care and upkeep of both the audrtorlum and the school house Our offlce glll was Dora Tobrassen Franklin gradua e of 44 She has handled all school correspondence and done ty plng for the teachers She has been an 8ff1C19nt and plcasmg helper m thc. school Dora Toblassen O O S . 1 . , . . 7 . , . , . . , . , . i . J , ' . . l s , . and Vocal music are taught in the Music Department. Other extra-curricular X . I ' ' 2 i Y ' Y Y 4 I ' 7 K JK Y u 7 ' y v . ' . . 5 ' ' , . ' . ' . , . ' . ' , 1 v , . , . . . A17 if SD Facultg Mr J L Bowes M A Unlvexslty oi Nebraska Superm tendent M Alwyn Young lbelowj A B Pen College P h y s lcal Educat1on Industm al Arts M1ss Lorrame Brandt Kearney a Teachers College Home Economlcs Bl0lOgy Mxss Faye Coder Doane College Ne braska Wesleyan Kearney S t a t e Teachers College Normal Trammg Social SCIGDCG Mrs Emxly Wllson Peru State Teachers College UH1VEFS1ty of Neblaska Math ematlcs Engllsh Mrs Elxzabeth Grxffm fbelowj Kealney Engllsh Soclal Scxence B1 ology Miss Luella Watson Kearney Col Um versity of Nebraska Commexclal Soclal Sc1ence Mr G L I-'rltzen Bethany Col Lmds borg Kans Umver slty of Nebraska Speclal Studles ln Ch1cago MaJor 1n MUSIC Instrumen tal MUSIC Instructor r. A: ' ' ' I A' ' - A. 'Bf an '- A 5 2 e K -L , , IQ Cleft centerl-A. 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CY 55 ji - - A F 1, I. ah ...,,,,, M7 ,Ml Duane Armen Football 2 Basketball 1 Track 2 Jun1o1 Class P1es1dent Junlox Play F Club An nual Staff College Prepalatoly Coulse j,,,v"'l Vera Berlre Annual Staff Sen1or Class Play Sophomore Class Offlcer Senlor Class Treas urer Pep Club 1 Y Teens 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 Phys Ed 2 Normal Tralnlng Course Alice Brook Annual Staff Y Teens 3 Phys Ed 1 Guls Glee Club 1 No1malTram1ng ourse UI Val Jean Chrsholm Y Teens 4 Pep Club 3 Sen1or Class Play G1rls Glee Club 1 Phys Ed 2 Commerc1al Course W Kerih Coll1nslCNo Photol Football 3 Basketball 1 Track 1 Jumor Class Play Semor Class Play Phys Ed 1 Ag 1 General Course U S N Me chanlcs Course Earl Delonge Band 4 Orchestra 4 Junlor Class Play Senxor Class Play Annual Staff Brass Quartet 2 Dance Band 1 College Pre paratory ,-VU" Lo Jean rener Pep Club 3 Y Teens 4 Glee Club 1 Cho1r1 Ann lStaff Semor Class Play Phys Ed 2 Class Offrcex Cheer Leader 1 Football Queen Magolettel Commelcla Coulse 4,11-WX?" At Arlene Fntson Annual Staff Co Edltor Y Teens 2 Phys Ed 1 Junlor Class Play Sen 101 Class Play Student Councll Offlcer Nor mal Tra1n1ng Coul e Leona Fri son Annual Staff, YTeens 2, Phys Ed 1, Semox Class Play Normal Txammg Course 111419 Qmfvfj Barbara Fruhlmg--Olchestra 4, Annual Staff, Junlor Class Play, Sen1o1 Class Play, Y Teen P1es1dent, Y Teens 3, Pep Club 3, Grrls Phys Ed 2, Swxmrnlng 2, Stung Quartet 1, Band Majorette 1, College Plepalatory, Commelclal Course f is.. .u"1J' jmff Dean Garim hon 1 Boys Glee Club 1 Senror Class Play Band 1 College Preparatory W1 L,-WV Dolores Gorache-Y Teens 3 Annual Staff Grrls Glee Club 2 Phys Ed 2 Norm rl Tram mg Course ff-J Betty Gray Grrls Glee Club l Normal Trarnrng M Lorrame Johnson Pep Club 3 YTeens 4 Gleen Club 1 Chorr 1 Majorette 1 Annual Staft Junror Class Play Senior Class Play Phys Ed 2 Class Offrcer 3 Y Teen Cablnet 2 Pep Club Presrdent 1 Commereral Course Course Wauneta Johnson Teens2 Phys Ed 2 Annual 2 Wendell Lynch Basketball 2 Football l Track 2 Boys Phys Ed 1 SOHIOI Class Plrx F Club Annual Staff College Prepar rtory My Maxme Moor Teens 1 Grrls Phy Ed 2 Junror Class Play Senror Class Play Commercral Course Dorrs Persel h rr 1 Grrls Glec Club 1 Band 1 Pep Club 1 Y Teens 4 General Course In f-070' rlww Stanley Pollman Band 4 Orchestra 3 Football 3 Basketball 2 Track 1 Natgonal Honor Socrety Junror Class Play Senror Class Play Boys Glee Club 1 Octette 1 Chorr 1 Annual Staff FClub Presrdent Brass Quartet 1 Strrng Trro 3 Dance Band 1 College Preparatory IVLMAQAAJ Ivax Raber 5 N'Tra1nrng School Gen eral Course 3' A1 L7 FE F I . ,JT Vg l ' 1 'A Q' ' f 1, . , I Y U Z . 1 I I Staff. 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V, all 'ly . . , F ' def ' ' ct ' . E 'A V ' Q JJ ,. Wilbur Si.ndt+Football.3, Track 2, Junior Class . . , - G if ,mn .ya . , ,A ,M Ed ' - ' , , 7. f'g ff' lo can D Seniol Class Offmers PICSld0flf Wubux' Sindt Secretary He-Ion SlL'lI"lkl'L1,Ql'l Vice President LOJL-am Dia-nel' T1'ez1su1'01' ' Wu P X' ' CLASS MOTTO: Today We Follow-Tomorrow We Lead CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS Purple and Whxie Vlolets Purple and Whxie CLASS SPONSOR Mr J L Bowes CO-SPONSOR Betty Griffin ANZ:-REM. 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' lfZ...L2?f2 Class 'Prophecg May 8 1957 MR DEAN GARTIN Ch1ef Garbage Collectol Frankl1n INebraska Dear Dean Well It has been ten years smce I last heard from you I have heard that you have worked yourself up to be the ch1ef garbage collector of F1ank11n I am runn1ng a comb1nat1on f11l1ng stat1on and pool hall at Macon wxth the Bebensee s tw1ns I hea1J that BETTY ELLEN GRAY IS now a muslc lnstructor at Bloommgton She l1kQS he1 work REBECCA ROGEPS IS the Dean of Women at the Kearney State Teacl El s College VERA BERLIE aftex teach111,, tvvo yea1s of school has settled down to teach l1ttle Veras WAUNETA JOHNSON has also settled down on the IIVCI bottom Her favorlt song IS st1ll Open the D001 R1ch11o DUANE ARMENT IS the State Secretary of AgflCU1tUl6 IH Kansas They are trymg to dex elop a new k1nd of sunflower BARBARA FRUHLING has made her USO canteen la1ge1 so that she can entertam more boys JEANNE WILSMAN has just opened her own Bu1lesque Show 1n New York C1ty She reports that bus1ness IS qulte good EARL TUERS and Elnora Dallmann have settled down on an Indxan RGSQIVH t1on Earl IS teach1ng l1ttle Indxan boys the rule of Boy Scoutmg ALICE BROOKS has landed at Alcatraz for steal1ng LOIS Secrests last name and MAXINE MOORE 1S now suvmg at Leavenworth after be1ng caught boot leggmg 1nto Kansas ARLEINE FRITSON IS now heavyvx e1ght ch mp1on of the world after wmnmg from two ton Gerty at MadlSOn Square Ga1den 1n Macon LEONA FRITSON has changed he1 mmd about hat1ng men She has settled down at H11dreth DORIS PERSELL and her proud husbanc announce the b1rth of twxn sons Th1S 1ncreases the Wessels fam1ly EDWARD STEINSHOUER IS Commander n Ch1ef of the U S Fleet 1n Tokyo Val JEAN CHISHOLM has opened her own dancmg school 1n Cllnk s Park WILBUR SINDT IS now ch1ef executlve of the Wllls Jun1o1 Joke Book RAMA LEE SHOEMAKER has declded to be an old ma1d and lun a b8ChQl0l s l1ome LORRAINE JOHNSON and Txambly have retned to a cattle ranch ln western Wyommg but they have not yet 1a1sed calves l1ke Lorxalne s STANLEY POLLMAN IS a surgeon IH a mental hospxtal KEITH COLLINS has ret11ed to a ch1cken f 1m after twenty VGHIS 1n the U S Navy LOIS SECREST IS now sec1etary of the F1356 Company She earns an excep t1ona1 amount of overt1me pay EARL De 'ONGE has gone to Hollywood to be a stand 1n for Danny Kaye DOLORES GORACKE IS now busy keepmg the l1ttle Sk1ns out of m1sch1ef LOJEAN DIENER has long s1nce moved to F1eewate1 O1egon and has settled down to F3156 be1r1es GO1dSbUIyS that IS ALICE REWERTS IS head hash sl1nger t Myrtles Cafe 1n Bloom1ngton HELEN STEINKRUGER now owns a th1rc1 1nterest IH the Schm1dt T1ansfer Company IVAN RABER IS now Chlef meat cutter at Austln s GPOCGIY Say' Whats th1S I hear about you h3V1Ug to carry aw ay all the dead cats and dogs 1n town? Arent you leavmg enough for them? S1n evely WENDELL LYNCH Grea e Monkey Thlld Grade, Macor Nebraska , . ' 1 r , . . ar. , . K Y . . i . ' ' . x x " A . ' f, . . , 1 1 - 14 ' n 1- 3 , . L ' , ' . ' ,X ' 14 . ' . ' vs 3 . 1 . . - . v . ' S . . . , v . XY . 1 - ,A . ,, . 7 . . F . . . I 7 on , ts 11 ' . ' as vs ' ' ' -1 - . . . . . . , i ' f - 4. - vw ' . . - ,s . I . . . . , , I .. . 8. V . I ' ' , . . , - - u ' ' - . . . . H . ,, . . - 9 . M i . ,, x . . . H , . . ' cm . . . , y , 1 A . I v . , , . W v N- v w ,. . . 9 1 A, . -r l J ,. 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' ' ' 1 ' 1. . .- -f Q - - . ,. . , , , , , , 'T- L ,L JW 1, L Back row D Folkers B Long J' Robmson B Donn C Fus L Bell A Yemen B Nelson M Fruhllng J Bach Mlddle row D Plank G Detleisen L Shlxel B Shelley P Paulsen Blank M Tuels Rademacher B Evers S Yelken L Knkendall P Baumann E Wllson ponsor Front row Secxest D Shoemaker A Rogexs F Grey M Pollman I Wlntney B Sanger C Harmg 94.1 Sophomore Class Offmers Pres1dent Kenneth Arment Secretary Doneta Blank Treasurer Madelon Fruhlmg Sponsor Emxly Wxlson The sophomore class began the school year vuth 30 membels Durmg the year Bob Dom and Donna Plank dropped The class due were 500 a semester The sophomore class was act1ve 1n Y Teen Pep Club F Club Foot ball Basketball T1 ack and Band ..Z,z4QzJ7w4f Wea L, JL,-f .n.. , kg Wt'-Y jul! x LU' I- , v Y v V V v y I L, ' 1 ' 7 ' Y ' 1 ' I ' 1 ' Y ' I 3 Q . t . . H K . , . ,, . , . , . , I . all H ,J Vice President A .,.,,..,.................,.,,e.t,,.....,.,ettt, Marilyn Tuers ' Y I I ' 1 n ' v ' V I ' r f ' , - ff , ff A I -1-H 411- A-.lf ,I+ M" Back row M Farrell I Weber B Jackson D Krlst N Versavw I Jelken R Yelken J Stemkruger R Brotherton H Cyr J Dallmann H Wessels B Bates W Haas Mlddle row I Ashburn V VanCamp J McKee J Ingram R Baker D Eckhoff,1C Prusla J Saathoff F Coder Sponsor Frontxow W MODIS D Dallmann A Brmkman M H111 H Day R Francxs D Chrlstlxeb Marran B Parrlott L Be1l1e L L8nt1S and Jeems Roblnson not ln p1cture Freshman Class Offmers P1 esldent Secretax y T1 casul Cl Sponsor Char les Prus1a Vxctor Van Camp Joe McKee Donna Chustlleb Faye Codel The freshman class started the school yeal wlth 34 members Dux mg the fust semestel Lestex Lantxs and Jeems Robmson enteled thlS class Ruth Fxancls moved away and Wanextta Haas dropped The class dues VMCIL 256 a semester The class was acuwe ln Y Teen Pep Club Football Basketball Track Band and Orchestra -17 l 4 . 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A I 3 0 'X' I COMPOSITION ENGLISH 9 The freshmen began therr hrgh school Englrsh career by studyrng funda mental Englrsh Composrtron readrng one well known classrc and readrng books by varrous authors for perrodrcal book reports ENGLISH 10 The sophomores under the guldance and rnstructron of Mrs Grrffrn studred fundamental Englrsh Composrtron and several of the classrc book length novels Monthly book reports memory work and some news wrrtrngs supple mented therr general currrculum LITERATURE ENGLISH ll Under the rnstructron of Mrs Grrffrn members of the Junror class rm proved greatly rn all phases of the11 Englrsh study whrch rncluded publlc speakrng orrgrnal poetry and Englrsh Lrterature In studymg the classrcs both poetry and prose they developed a desrre to learn more about the great works of the masters of both yesterday and today The readrng of books xaryrng rn style of composrtron and type of subJect matter vtas encouraged through the requned monthly book reports ENGLISH 12 The senror Englrsh class worked drlrgently to reach these goals vxhrch are the foundatron of therr futures rn all patterns of lrfe Through monthly book reports they became acquarnted vxrth xar rous authors of yesterday and today The publrcatron of the chool paper offered experrenct rn nevxs vxrrtrng cooperatron responsrbrlrty and effrclency The essentrals of publrc speakrng were emphasrzed and put to use Drama was studred and the combrned best features of an anthology and a hrstorx of Amerrcan Lrterature were mastered by the class Work books provrded a revrevx of all the fundamentals of grammar I f.,1.f 4 ., .ei 43. -- - I 1 j 7 . . I T . U- C 'J ,,, . .,.. QQ I I 4 ,. ' ' 9 I -2-2 .. . I . f ' . NN I -af' "1 'L Q' j . . A Q QD 'fbbfl . ,I J 3 Q.' . . I I L97 by- 7 ox' I 05 or O O L .Y , 'V' e L I - mathematlce H alll!-m aj: 7.3 0 -A -A-1 -ii Pa7e ffff V764 f'x f' 5' .3 2 94 027941311 I :YH an I llll 4 204 5 wfffeh vol' ' J Fxanklm Hlgh bchool has always had 1 leputatlon for a strong m :them 1t1es department des1gned to help the puplls xy ho go mto mdustly 'N well as thobe who plan college careers The school offexi to the students algebxx and geometry They yylll be able to ham 'advanced llgE.bI'1 next year Freshman Algebra The fundamental punclplee of algebra and solymg of slmplc equa tlons by cl1ffe1ent methods vxexe taught to the fleshman Class Geometry The g,comet1y Llasb LOI'1S1StS of sophomo1es and they VKGIC taught tc. DIOXC thcoums and to apply these theoxems m ploxlng pxoblems Thls IS essentlal smce those xx ho yy 1sh to become englneels fmd then study based on geometxy In5t1ucto1 Emlly W11son f' Al' 'Q T , H A A " iqfff ' .-'-V il , " ' ' 1 ' ' ' " li K' -JS' . t P L I 50 A + 3 l 3 gf as f I of o OX 1 V 1 - 37 M fwyl x 17 TX ., x .L.... K ' W I..-2 ,: - ' xlh 7 X:-" I Q44 . VH ir: RX. C I? 'N :HS ' I YJ 251 -gf -I :Vp y yy yy e -2' time y 2 lf XJ CII JNCI Sciences f 7pv"fnc,lP4j U'f+l" Ra P r'7'.Fuc 4 5. ----3 Z ,NVD '7",7fu-if Reqcfroh Qa..fvunun:1'lm-l.rr..1zr:vB' -f'Lnns7" Comb' , ghd- ber f ef AW PHYSICS Physrcs rs offered on alternate years to Junrors and Senrors The twenty srx members of the class made an rnterestrng study of toprcs usually rncluded rn a course rn Physrcs Some trrne was devoted to such everyday problems as the arrplane motor car photography and radro Instructor Mr Bowes BIOLOGY The brology of today helps the student to understand and appre crate the attrtude and method of the screntlst Moreover rt helps hrm to acqurre somethrng of the screntrfrc attrtude toward hrmself and to apply wrth some degree of effrcrency the screntrfrc method Thus he develops an rnqurrrng mrnd and learns to seek the truth rather than guess and Jump at conclusrons Crrtrcal thmkrng enables hrm to break down superstrtrorrs analyze propaganda become systematrc and accurate and use the facts and prrncrples of brology more rntellrgently rn solvrng hrs own problems In thrs class the students studred the classrfrcatron of Plants and Anrmals Heredrtv the Evolutron or Man Physrology and other rnterest rng toprcs Two labarotory perrods were held on Tuesday and on Thurs day In these perrods the student learned how to operate the mrcroscope and prepare slrdes and the drssectron of anrmals Numerous freld trrps were taken to study brrds and nature Instructor Lorrarne Brandt GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY Global Geography proved to be more rnterestrng than usual thrs year because rt was tred rn wrth rnformatron whrch the puprls had recerved from relatrx es and frrends who had served rn forergn lands After studyrrg Latrrr Amerrca the students as a proJect made anythrng whrch they chose that was outstandrng to them Projects such as adobe house costume dolls typrcal straw roofed houses relref maps etc were made Clrmate occupatrons rmports exports and resources of each country of the world were stressed and the possrbrlrty of one moxrng to the drfferent countrres was brought out The cause of correspondrng and conflrctrng rdeas between the Urrrted States and Russra was studred Also the study of the equalrty of races over the entrre globe was stressed A geographrcal truth or consequence program was held and each puprl that couldnt answer hrs questron was assrgrred extra work rn Ceography for the rext day H H I l I 1 I ' J? - 2 f 2 QIIIN x ,Q -Q 4? 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Aww 4-I A Back row B Gray E Johnson L Seclest P McKee V DeJonge A Bloolxs A Ff1tSOH L Herman Mlss Coder Teachel Front rovt L Frltson B Mucklovx B Laux W Johnson E Dallmann R Rogers V Bexlle D Goracke cnormal C1 ammq There ale sexenteen gnls 1n the P1 ole ssxondl Txdlnmg Depfn tme nt 'lhey ale eight Junlols ind nlne sen1o1s JUNIORS Ve1na Mae DeJonge Elnora Dalhnann BQSSIQ L'1ux Lucettel Helman Exelyn Johnson Shlrlee Wald Bex 611V Mucklovt Phy ll1s McKee The sen1o1s d1d thCl1 Malch 17 to 21 SENIORS Ahee Blooks X 91 1 Be1l1e Axlene F1 1tson Leona F1 ltson TJOIOILS Goldeke Bettx Gray Weaunetd Johnson Rebecca Rogels Lols Seclest cadet teaehmg 1n the 1u1 al schools duung The dxstllcts n wh1ch each sen1o1 gnl taught xx e1e AIICC Blooks D1Stl1Ct 6 Betty GIHQ D1StI1Lt 10 Vela Berlxe D1StIlCt 30 Wauneta Johnson D1st11ct 39 Axlene Fr1tson D1st1 1ct 58 Rebeccl Rogcls D1st11ct 40 Leona Fxltson D1st11ct 25 Lols Seclest D1st1'ct 62 Doloxcs G01 'lckc D1st11et 75 The clflss Vkfllk conslsts of advaneed study of 1ll subjects txught ln OUI school dlstllets throughout the countw At d1ffe1ent tunes xxe h ue plesentecl lt ssons th it xxe lmxe pl xnneel to oul oxxn g1oup Each month we deeol ate oux cl ssxoom sultable to that month We had a Chllstmas and Valenune Dax pa1tx Vwe exchanged gltts and w alentlnes Instluctol Mxss Fave Codel xg Y 4 -v -Q A 7' Q d ii? . - V . x . 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Left to r1ght M Fruhhng S Yelken I Wh1tney L K1rkendal1 M Pollman B Shelly B Evers Brandt Instructor fl-lome 'Economtcs Frankhn H1gh School Homemakmg Department lS one of the George Deen vocat1onal schools Wh1Ch IS State superv1sed and 1S State and Federally re1mbu sed The a1m of Vocat1ona1 Educat1on 1S to develop att1'udes understandmg apprec1at1ons and sk1l1s contr1but1ng to 1m proved processes IH personal home and commun1ty l1v1ng The curr1c ulum IS based on prev1ous learnmg of the class members The Homemakmg II class had a un1t 1n Vocatlonal GU1danCe Each U1rl chose her career and we dlscussed lt Every advanced school 1n the state of Nebraska rcal17es the need for th1s type of 1nstruct1on In the sewmg un1t the followmg thmgs wele made dresses slacks play SUITS formals pajamas sk1rts and blouses A days meal personal appearance and personal1ty 1mprovement chlld ard 1nfant care and play school were other unlts The style show was g1ven May 2 The name of the theme was May Day . Q A . . . . 1. .wt 1 I f z K ' f .1 G . x . X 5 " fee ,I - : . ' ' , . , . ' , . ' , . , . , . , V. Secrest, M. Tuers, L. Shively, B. Sanger, F. Gray, G. Bach, D. Rademacher, Miss Lorraine O . L , . . . , . . . . - 1 - ' , - ' ' cc ' ' av 5' . I . . . .A . Q I v y I 7 1 ' v 1 ' q I 1 A . , ' li ,r V as 4 41? ul. Left to rrght D Dallmann J Monre J McKee J Dallmann Coach Young H Cyr R Baker C Prusra H Wessels R Brotherton H Day B Bates J lngram V VanCamp D Eckhoff 'Freshman Shop The freshmen shop class vxhrch had 15 members met each day after drnner for two pe rods They worked together the frrst semester recerv mg rnstructrons on the use of tools rn the shop Therr frrst assrgnment was to square a board After they had completed th1s they drew plans for the-rr frrst project Some of the projects made were prcture frames lamps brrd house what not shelves and an rce boat Durrng the second semester they worked freely on any project they desrred to make The freshmen helped to clean up the football freld and also helped to rmproye the track Members of the Shop 9 Class were Rrchard Baker Donnre Eckhoff Benny Bates Jerry Ingram Robert Brotherton Lester Lantrs Howard Cyr Joe McKee Donald Dallmann Jeems Robmson Junror Dallmann Vrctor Van Camp Howard Day Harry Wessels Ix an Raber dropped at the end of the frrst semester pv- . . , . , . . - , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . x 1 . . ,v , . . , . . - . . , . ' . ff , 1 - , J, . . x - ' A s ,F l7f1ef e- ght E DeJonge D Gartin W Lynch D Arment E Stelnshouer E Tuers W Sindt Coach Young Senior Shop The senior shop class composed of eight senior boys met each mornlng just before noon from 10 30 until 12 00 A they had had no previous shop training they first squared a board then started their first project Projects made included lamps and tool handles The sen1ors were instructed in the use of the electric welder the soldering 1ron and the forge A new wood turning lathe was added to the shop the second semester and everyone learned how to use the tools and how to turn 1 cylinder Several projects were made The seniors did considerable work on their cars as the Man and the Motor Car class met just before shop They adjusted wheels tightened brakes and other llght jobs Other outslde jobs mcluded work on the footb ll field and dragglng the track Senior Advanced Shop Class Duane Arment Wendell Lynch Keith Collins Edward Stelnshouer Earl DeJonge Wllbur Smdt Dean Gartin Earl Tuers Keith Collins dropped at the end of the first semester : . , . 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Flrst row B Fruhllng A Frltson E Pelsell Second low J Wll man R Shoemakex H Stelnklugel Th1rd low S Pollman V Ch1sholm 'Xl Long Fou1th1ow L Johnson R Rogels A Brooks L Frxtson Commel clal A comme1e1al coulse eons1sts of two yeals of sholthand mo y6dlS of typ Students may complete a commelclal COUISO 1n thnx JUUIOI ind Senlor years Emphas1s IS placed upon accmaex neatness 'llJllllX to follovx d11eet1on and a busmess l1ke W ax of xx oxkmg Buslness law g1V6S the student an undelstandlng of the fundamentals of law that a seereta1 1al posmon mlght call fo1 Bookkeeplng lS a complete eoulse vxluch enables the student to go ught mto a Job and ass1st w1th bookkeeplng Efflelent commelclfll gxaduates ale always ln demand Thls depaxtment welcomes mdustxlous tudents who ale Vtllllflg to tldlll fol the 1obs of the futule Comme1C1 ll TL Chu Luelll W IISOH .Q p 1. . ' D : . I ' , . ' , . 't . ' ': . ' s , . ', . ' '. I ' ': . , . ,l . . ' ' ': . , . ' , . , . . O 0 - ' 1 T ' - - V X -L 5- - y Q v f . v A mg. one semester of bookkeeping, and one semester of busines law. . ' . . ' ,' v ' - ' , . . . Q .iv 'L - C I I -Y V I Y ' x L ' 1' S v 1 'I ' sf ' , A' ' 'z xv V- - a 2 5 . FITHLETICS .93 bjlb P Q sim K53, I 1 I?-XX Y, Xi,.....--. .M--f if it LY Y 4 - it 'Q "' Q uf 5 ...S 7' 1,55 .M 'ij '55 f-M M5 J .. ml A :P .... ,s D P ev-:V . 1 Q ,.....,.-f. 7 Fourth row Bob Brotherton D Folkers K Geoige L Bell D Spaigo E Radernacher G Feis J Robinson V Van Camp Third iovx C PIUSIH D Fckhoff R Bakei J McKee B Bates H Wessels E Stelnshouei B Long Second iovi Coach G A Young B Ingxam K Blank B Ramsay D Kingsley J Saathoff W Lynch D Austin Student Manager Fnst row B Baker D Roath W Sindt S Pollman K Veisavs D Aiment G Yelken 'Football proved football team ovci last xeais The competition this yeai in the Republican Valley League was xeiy stiff Franklin iankcd fourth in league play Kingsley scored six touchdowns to hold the scoring honors. Ramsay scored two whil Bob Baker and Gene Yelken each had one. Prusia converted four extra points. A Republican Valley Football Banquet vtas held at Alma December 9 with a number of boys attending. An all-valley team was chosen by a council of coach-s. Stanley Pollm n was picked as first team center while Don Kingsley and Bob Baker made second team. Dorsey Roath Wilbur Sindt and Bill Ram 'ay received honorable mention. Lettermen mere: G. Yelken B. Baker D. Roath G. Fcis W. Sindt, K. Versaw S. Pollman D. Kingsley B. Ingram B. Ramsay J. Saathoff. D. Arment W. Lynch K. Blank K. George B. Long V. VanCamp C. Prusia and D. Eekhoff. Donald Spargo received an honorary letter. The Flyer lettermen lost by graduation are Stanley Pollmin XVi.bur Sindt Wendell L-vrch and Duane Arment. Stanley Pollnan xx as elected all season captain. SCHEDULE Franklin .. .. . Red Cloud . Franklin .. Orleans . . Franklin . .... Alma . Franklin . . Arapahoe . Franklin . Beaver City Franklin 1 Oxford Franklin Cibbon Franklin 0 Minden -q1ll"" -' ii il-rf 1-r 'ig Franklin, although not winning many games this year, had an im- il 12 6 19 0 52 12 ' l9 34 0 I' 0 6 1 13 1 33 Al ITT on I a e- Back row J Saathoff E Ste1nshouer W Lynch G Fe1s K Versaw D Austm Front row B Ramsav G Yelken K Blank B Ingram D Roath Coach G A Young Frankl1n Franklm Frankhn Frankl1n Frankl1n Frankl1n Frankl1n 'Basketball Frankl1n had a successful basketball season wmnmg 16 games and losmg 7 Twenty three Flyers saw actlon durmg the season ln flrst team games Smce all the f1rst team IS b ck next year Frankl1n should have a very good team Gene Yelken was h1gh pomt man agam for the season Wlth 248 pO1UtS Bob Ingram had the best free throw record averagmg 630 Ken neth Blank was elected all season captaln Lettermen were B Ingram B Ramsay G Yelken D Roath K Blank E Stemshouer G FEIS K Versavu W Lynch and J Saathoff Two lettermen w1ll be lost by graduatlon Edward Stemshouer and Wendell Lynch SCHEDULE Upland Frankl1n Red Cloud Riverton Frankl1n Hlldreth Hlldreth Frankl1n Upland Gulde Rock Frankl1n Superlor Red Cloud Frankl1n Campbell N HPOUGS Frankl1n N aponee Mmden Frankl1n Adams Alma Frankl1n Adams Tournaments Frankl1n lost 22 23 to Alma the flrst nlght of the Repubhcan Valley Tournament at Alma The Frankl1n County Tournament vsas excephonally well attended w1th Hlldreth defeatxng Franklm ln the f1nals 17 to 20 m an overtlme per1od Franklin won eas11y from Naponee the flrst nlght 37 25 and edged out Rlverton m the sem1 finals 26 24 Frankl1n lost ln the D1Stf1Ct Tournament here to Beaver Clty 29 31 The Flyers pl yed a pO11O beneflt game w1th Alma ln Franklin on February 15 wmnmg easlly 51 14 ' ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,ocsscc,, 56 .,...r..,...c...Vr..,.cc,... 4 f ..sfs.....,,..s....1s.s A c.l.....c,. ..c,,,c,, 2 5 ' Y,V,,.,,,,.,ro,c,rrrcccc 42 ' cccc 2 cc.1cc.ccc..,c cccc 1 7 , aaeeee--,--eaaa-Y-,-f-Me - f........st...4....-.... 2 ' ,,,,,cccrc za ' ,,ccccccc,,cV.cccrccc.r.cc 38 . ee-'--'-eee-'---fe4----e gg . ---Aee----f--e----4------- 53 , """"""" . 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' ...,,,,,,,....,.......,, 24 ' ,,,, , ,,,,,,,..,,,,, 50 ' ,,,,,,.,,,,,, 40 ,,AA,,,-Av,-,Y.-, -mum--31 ' cc...ccococccccccccc..c 29 I ..cccc cc.occ 2 6 ' I cccccc, cccc , 50 ,.r2c,22 A , ,,,2c.242V i Z 4 2. if 411 4'5 W, ,W at rf mt Wt Back row H Day D Folkers C Prus1aJ Dall nann R Bakex D Eckhoff V Van Camp E Stemshouer J Saathoff J Ingram M1ddle 1ow L L nt1s J McKee D Sp3lgO D Arment G F615 K George B Baker K Arment D AUStlH Student Managel Coach Young Front row .g?RYoli11Inson K Blank D Kmgsley B Ingram D Roath W Lynch K Velsaw B Ramsay e en 13rack Frankl1n had one of the best tl ack teams 1r recent yea1s Thele were 35 boys out fo1 track The Flyers easlly won a duel m et OVGI Alma 69 to 38 Twenty s1x schools part1c1pated 1n the Arapahoe Inv1tat1onal and Frankhr placed th1rd Ramsav and Yelken took f1rst 1n the m1le and the 880 respect1vely Frankl1n won second place JH the Republ1can Valley Me t vs1th 22 polnts Ramsay set a new record 1n the m11e cllppmg It off 1n the t1me of 4 42 At th1s tlme It lS the th1rd fastest m1le 1n the state Yelken won the 880 and Versaw took one second place and two th1rd places Frankl1ns relav team Versaw Yelken Bake1 and Ramsay placed second In a tr1angular meet among Franklm Naooree and Repubhcan C1ty the Flyers ran away w1th 83 po1nts Fr nkl1n took IIISI 1n everythxng but the pole vault and the hundred yard dash Both Ramsay and Yelken quahfed fOI the state meet at L1ncoln vwhxch w1ll be held May 16 and 17 They both b1oke the d1Stl1Ct records when they 1an at Kearney F Club The lette1men of Franklm H1Uh School orgamzed an F Club th1S year In older to become a member one must have lettered 1n one of the three sports football basketball or track The purpose of the club 1S to encourage more boys to part1c1pate 1n sports and to d1scuss problems WhlCh ar1se IH the athl6t1C department Among the1r 3Ct1V1t19S, the boys sponsored the sellmg of pop at games The money was placed ln a fund WhlCh IS to be used 1n pu1chas1ng an electr1c scoreboard One party was held durmg the course of the year OFFICERS Pres1dent Stanley Pollman Secretarv W1lbur S1ndt VICE Pres1c1ent DOISQY Roath TICHSUTCI Ke1th Velsaw MEMBERS SENIORS D Arment, W Ly'1ch,S Pollrmn, E Ste1nshoue1, W S1ndt JUNIORS D Aust1n,B Bake1, K Blank, D K1ngsley,B Ing1am, B Ramsay, G Yelken, D Roath, K George, D Spa1go SOPHOMORES G Fe1s,J Robmson FRESHMEN D Eckhoff, C Prus1a, V V3.1 Camp, R Bakel .,,' ix 6 , I A , , X V "" In 1' HW "Mkt, , I I. 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W, 5, ' IN"-F1 1- -1 - . fd -'Q t- -1- A f Y L, ..D , -3- Back row Majorettes J W1lsman R Sh0tmake1 L D11 nu L Johnson Fou1th loxx C Prusla E DeJonge V DeJonge A Yelken K Plank E Tuus G Xelken K GLOIQG Th11d low L Shlvely J Ashburn D K11st P McKee D P1us1a D Austln J H111ng A VanSteenberg R Franc1s D Chr1stl1eb C Harlng S Pollman Second 10W B Ing1 1m S Beck M Tu1ne1 R Tuers1G Spence B Fluhllng M Butle1 P Shad N Blank D Blank G Futzen Inst1uc tor Flrst low U Blank E Pe1sell D Dunlap G Kleen 'VI Pollman J Ing1am G Roath N Versaw P Paulsen E Sm1th not 1n p1etu1e 'Band Flute 3rd Bb Clarmet Donna Chr1st11ef Gene Spence Annette VanSteenbe1g Dolothy Kugt oboe Nolma Versaxx Joan Ashburn Joan Ste1nk1uge1 Eb Cknrmet Alto Saxaphone Gene Boat Ma1ge1y Pollman Solo Bb Clarmet Earl Tuers lst 6 2nd Horns Dlck Austin Ellen Pe1 sell 2nd Bb Clarmet Piggy Paulsen Audrey Yelken Verna DeJonge 3rd G 41h Horns Richard TUQIS Doxothy Dunlap Ma11on Tu1 nel Phvlhs McKee Solo Cornet Kenneth Blank lst Cornet Stanley Pollman Ph1l1p Shade 2nd Cornet MWll0l1G Butle1 Jox ee Ha11ng 3rd Cornet Don Blmk Nol ln Blank lst Trombone Ea1l DeJonge 2nd 6 3rd Trombone GGOIQE Kleen Bantone Donald P1us1a Lott1e Sh1vely Cha1leen Harmg Basses Kenneth Gem ge Cha1les PIUS13 Bell Lyre Sha1on Beck Percusslon Ugent Blank JQIIY Ing1am Exe1ett Sm1th The band IS composed of both h1gh school and glade st hool puplls The band pmsented SIX conce1ts tluoughout tht chool ve'11 and played at the F1ankl1n Countx F111 11st f1ll M1 F11t7en glx es p11x ate lessons fm beg1nne1s md idx 111ced stud ents and he conducts speu 11 small g1oup 1Lhe ll sals 1egula1lx each xx eek A Jun1o1 Banc xx as also mganlzed th1s xea1 ,. , . ,,. 7 ., , . . . . , . , . ' , .U ' , , , . , . z , . . . , . , . I , . . J' ' . . Q , . ., . ', . . ,, , , , - . A , . , . , . , . ,,,. , . , . , . , . , , , '. . ' ' Bob Ingram Gene Yelken v 9 . l 1 - 1 H I L ' A 1 . Z 1 . . ' . 7 ., ' , A' 'L .ii '-. " . .1 ' ' 'F' y c' 1 v I J 1'w vw . ,Y L' c 4. 1 . . U 'V .'. , ,' . . V . . 'k i -AP " f-ln- -1- Bach low J Ashbuxn R Flancls D Plmk D Cl'lllStllLD M Butlel P Shade S Wald L Remlly B McKee M Kuglel Mlddle IOVN K GQOIQC D Austln E DeJonge A Yelken B Nelson P Paulsen M F'lIlCll A VlHStCLUb6lg G Roath C Prusla D Pxusxa Front low M Dunlap J Inglam D LlppS U Blink D Dxenm D Blank P Frltson B Fruhllng D Roath M McKee E Tuers G Futzen II1SllULl0l N Versavx S Beck M Pollman and E Persell not 1D p1ctu1e Orehestl Q Flrst Vlolms Donald Plu 13 Paul F1 ltzen Maxdel Fauell Bevelly McKee Shlrley Wa1d Lo1s Remaly Second V1o11ns Balbara Nelson Gene Roath Donna LIDDS Donald D1ene1 N01 ma Jean VEISAW Annette VanSteenbe1g Cellos Maulyn McKee Balbala Fluhlmg Dolsey Roath Doneta Blank Vlolas Charles PFUS18 Maulyn Kugler Contra Basses Eall Tuels JI Mary Dunlap Trumpets MQIJOIIS Butler Ph1l1p Shade Trombone E311 DeJonge Plano Ma1Jo11e Pollman Percusszon Sharon Beck Horns Maxgalet Paulson Ellen Persell lst and 2nd Clannet D1ck Austm Audley Yelken Flute Donna Chrlstlleb Oboe Joan Ashburn Bass Kenneth George The O1chest1:1 lS composed of thnty one membels replesentlng both hlgh school and glade school The oxchestxa plesented thlee concerts and played fox tuo Amel 1can Leglon dmnexs as well as the Junlor Class Play JI f. , .. . . ,, ' . . ,' ', . . y - n-If 1 - ll , . , . , . . . . v- 9 - w - C ' - ., . , . , .4 , . , . ,. , . . . . . 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' r .. -l- fl-3-. 71 i i D1 11111t1w NJWK umor Class Play The JUIIIOI class p1escnted then dass plax ll Shx Qo1111clx 1n th1ee acts on Deccmbez -1 1046 The Q 1st xx as 18 lolloxx THE CAST Tom A1 sdaln Bob B llxQ1 Ba1ba1a Sanfo1d M 11x Loo Long., M1 A1sdalc Kcnr-:tn Bl1nk Calolme Vl111lxn MQKLL Dean Maxloxxe Kcnnuh GLo1gL Alf1ed Tgnny on MUIE 1t1ox cl Cine Yellxen Oke Stlmson Bob InQ1an1 Sy lx 13 WCbSl6l Sx lx ll M011 lson Peaches Ca1te1 El11o1a D1lln11n11 Chunk M'1xo Don K111,f.,slpx Blldle L'1 Vuna Vun 1 DeJong,c Asma BLss1e L xux Kelth Colllns xx ho xx as o11g1nallx mst as Tom xx as found to dlon out of the play because of 1n mfected 11111 but d0sp1te the changmg oi parts and the addmg of a nexx membel Kenneth Blank to tho cast ID thc last tvxo xx eeks the play xx as a b1g success T1e play vxas dnected bx M15 Bettx Cllfflfl ..-"7'7 Senlor Class Play Str1ct1y Formal a comedy 1n three acts xx as presented bx the semor class on Max 9 1941 The cast xx as as folloxxs The Jane Sally Agnes And1ex1 Cutlm Nett1e Cutlu M1 Ahe111 J1111 Rose T1lton JOSIC T1lton E11 oy GCOlgG Ma1c1a C1ndv Collms 1VldI1lXl'l Lt Bob Cunrungh M15 T1lton play xx as dnected bx THE CAST M1 Betlx G Jeanne W1l9lTl3U LOIIHIUG Johnson Mamne Mt3OlC Dean G llllll A1 lene F11tson Edxx'11d Stcmshouu Kclth Collms lXllCG Rexxuts LC on1 F1 ltson F111 D1.JongL Stmlox Pollman LoJLan DILULI B11b11 1 F1 uh mg V 1 1 Bulk VV1 nclc ll Lx nah V 11 JL an Llllxllfjllll llfllfl O Q 59 L C sf l X l 6 J .I . . , - A , , .fB, ,Vx G ,1 J, H . , t. 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Back row S Yelken B Sanger M Pollman I Whitney M Butler C Marran M H111 S Morrison J Saathoff L Berlre B Parrrott D Chrrstlreb L Frrtson L Drener N Norton Plank Fourth row B Mucklovw G Detlefsen R Rogers P McKee P Paulsen D Persell Nelson B Fruhlrng W Maska J Bach C Harlng H Sternkruger A Yelken A Errtson Evers Third row R Lovell V Eckhoff M Long J Wrlsman P VanCamp E Dallmann Persell R Francis V Chisholm S Ward R Shoemaker D Krrst L Brandt Second row Brinkman J Harrng B Laux V DeJonge D Rademacher P Baumann N Versaw M Bates V Berlre A Rogers D Schmidt M Dunlap L Watson E Wrlson First row L Johnson M Fruhlrng M McKee D Blank M Tuers J Ashburn J Sternkruger L Shrvely R Yelken I Webber and I Jelken 'PtfJUJU1U 'H Ceens CABINET MEMBERS President Barbara Fruhlrng Worship Chairman Doris Rademacher Vice President Marilyn McKee Song Leader Sylvia Morrison Secretary Helen Sternkruger Pianist Audrey Yelken Treasurer Lorraine Johnson Sponsor Louella Watson Socral Chairman Madelon Fruhlrng Co Sponsors Publicity Chairman Ellen Per sell The Y Teens formerly called Girl Reserves rs a Junior branch of the YWC A and has a membership enrollment of srxtv six girls This IS the frrst year the organ r7at1on has functioned under its new name The symbol has also been changed rt rs a globe placed on a triangle to symbolize that rt 1S a world wide organization and also the three phases of our life the body the mind and the spirit The members pard dues of twenty five cents a semester Some of this money was sent to the District Office while the remainder was retained rn our fund Regular meetings were held on the first Monday of everv month The cabinet met with the Mother s Council every third Monday of the month Many rnterestrng speakers were obtarned and many interesting programs were planned Specral activities were Dad and Me Party Mother Daughter Banquet Christ mas Carolrng Pre school Childrens Party at Christmas time Y Teen MIXQI Installation of New Officers and membershrp dr ve week They participated rn selling at basketball and football games which were here at home The Mother s Council consrsted of Mrs Fay Shoemaker Mrs Frank Yclken 'Vlrs A C McKee Mrs M J McKee Mrs Chas Whitney Mrs H B Long Mrs Llrfford Ashburn Mrs Estelle Dunlap Mrs W A Butler Mrs Malcolm Parrrott Mrs Henry Sternkruger Mrs Walter Po lman Mrs Chas Mucklow Mrs W K Versaw Mrs Bert Rogers and Mrs Earl Tuers Sr I : . , . I , . I , . 'I I , . I ', . I , . ' , . l Y ' Y ' I V ' i ! ' 1 3 ' 1 ' -1 ' Y ' 1 I- y ' v - v ' 1 v 1 v - v - A 1 v . I , . I . , . , . . , . , . . z - -I - l 1 - v I- v - v 'I I 1 - 1 ly - ' 1 ' 9 ' Y ' 1 ' I 1 ' ' ! ' Y ' ! - Program Chairman , Jeanne Wilsman Emily Wilson, Lorraine Brandt YY V 'W' V "-ur, , ' ' ' ' . . . 'N' ' , -. , . . . . ,.v"' WMM ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , . . ,,-'M' V N N"r . - - - pf-fer-A rf ferry ' ' ' ' 1 - ' Id,-A---..,. . F M., 'K . . . D . . I . . .V . . ' - ' W ' . .' ' - , ' , . ' V ' V N, . . K .' ' I ' I . I , I .I . I .. .A I 1 ' . . . , ' . . . . ' . C. v', ' . . . , '.. '4 ' - V rs v 4 v , , , Q-' . ' ', ' . ' A . ' . . I, ' . . . tug lr for Uv ff um-.M-nm -,1 al. .... .- - Back row B Mucklovx P McKee D Pelscll Ma Bates J Humg A Yelken B Fruhllng W Maska P Paulsen B Nelson J Stelnkrugex L Johnson N Velsaw B Evers V DeJonge Thlrd xow M H1ll B Paruott S Ward I Wh1tnev M Butler R Francls E Persell M Pollman N Nolton V Ch1sholm D Plank M Long Second row Mrs Grlffm D Chrlstlleb' I Jelken M Dunlap V Berhe P VanCamp P Baumann R Shoemaker J Saathoff R Yelken F1IStIOW D Rademacher M Tucrs M Fruhlmg D Blank M McKee J Ashburn D K11st E Dallmann B Laux L Shlvely Kneehng S MOIFISOH L Dlener J Wllsman and H Stcmkrugez fPep Club Off1CCYS Pres1dent V1ce Presldent Sect etary Lorrame Johnson Rama Lee Shoemaker Treasurer Cheer Leaders Helen Stemkruger LoJean Dlener Barbara Fruhlmg Jeanne Wllsman and Marllyn McKee Sponsor Mrs Betty Grlffm The Pep Club membersh1p conslsted of flfty glrls Membersh1p was open to all glrls m the hlgh school who could buy the1r own unxforms and obey regulatlons They also had to pay a twenty flve cent dues each semester The Pep Club held a Hay loft Party for the boys partlclpatmg m spoxts The organlzatlon also sponsored a mlxer for the ent1re student body They sponsored a Art EX1h1b1l wh1ch vxas sent out by the Umverslty Extensxon SGTVICG The nu1forms were Whlte gabardme sklrts wnd red sweaters The cheer leaders wore whxte sknts and whxte sweaters The club gave dr1lls for some of the home Games They part1c1pated In sellmg at football and basketball games whlch were held at home Money was donated from the fund fo the purchase of the movle proyector Those movlng away durmg the term were Ruth FFHHCIS and Donna Plank 1 y - 1 v' ' . . , . , -. i , , . C , n , - , . l y - . y A A , . l, . , . ' , . . , . . , . , . . , . , . . : . , . , - .l . , . , . , . , . , . , . A - '. . b. . , . , . , . , . , -I . ' .,,, c,,,,, , tt,, , ,.,, ..,,,,c,,.l. t,.,a,,,,.,,,,,, .,,,, W W ,,Mary Lou Long ., ,,VV .,.,,,7,7,7,.. , - , ' ' . n ' 9 I ' I -w v . . C, W. M1 Eff? A Mr Bowes B Parrlott N Versaw A Frxtson M Fruhlmg M McKee E Dallmann Mrs Grlffln Student Counc1l A Student Counc1l was organxzed 1n Frankl1n Hlgh School th1s year as a result of a poll taken by the faculty at the begmnmg of the year askmg the students what they cons1dered most needed ln our school A comm1ttee of slxteen members four from each class met durmg the noon hour Wlth Mrs W1lson and Mr Bowes for several months to draw up a constltutlon .Phe constltutlon was presented to the student body after the w1nter vacatlon for ratlflcatlon It was adopted and the elect1on of representatives of classes and organ lzatlons was held the followmg week The representatlves elected were dS follows Sen1or Class Earl Tuers Jr Arlene Fr1tson Jumor Class Marllyn McKee Ke1th Versaw Sophomore Class Madelon Fruhhng John Robmson Barbara Parrxott was elected the freshman representatlve when Ruth FTHHCIS moved away Pep Club Elnora Dallmann Musrc Department Earl DeJonge Y Teen Norma Jean Versaw Athletlc Department Dorsey Roath Offlcers elected for the Counc1l were Pres1dent Earl Tuers Jr Secretary Madelon Fruhllng Sponsors Betty Grlffm Mr Bowes The purpose of the orgamzatlon IS to 1mprowe the student teacher and student tudent relatlonshlps and better the harmony of the school Other h1ghl1ghts of the const1tut1on are Representatlves one boy and one g1rl from each class Pep Club and Y Teen are represented by one g1rl from each club the Athletxc and MUSIC Departments are represented by one boy from each Procedure elect1on qual1f1cat1ons for OfflC6 and methods of amendlng a1e also stated The Oflglllal const1tut1on has been slgned by the membe1s of the convention and placed ln the fll6S 1n the offlce Other 3CtlVlt19S of the counc1l were Sponsorlng the Wesleyan Male A Capella Chou and aSS1gI'll1'lg of halls to axd 1n ehmmatmg loss of personal belongmgs The p0SSlb1l1ty of fmdmg a perxod for a Vocal Muslc Class was dlscussed by the counc1l All aCt1V1t1GS of the counc1l were reported to the Flyer the school paper whxch was edxted by the Sen1or Engl1sh Class and the Commerc1al Department The Counc1l met on the thxrd Wednesday of each month durmg one class perlod The students W1Sh to thank Mrs W1lson and the other teachers for the tlme and effort they spent 1n makmg lt poss1ble for us to orgamze the Counc1l Back rowig. Van Camp, J. Robinson, E. DeJonge, D. Rolath, E. Tuers, K. Versaw. Front row Freshman Class ..li,:1:11il ,.,,,, Ruth Francis, Victor Van Camp t . -1 ff v ,. i f ff' Q iff , ff! K' 1, f fff Che School 'Paper The Senlox Enghsh Class wlth the h 1 f e p 0 Mrs G11ff1n edlted the fust school paper slnce 1941 The papel was punted b1 weekl d y an came out on Fuday IT1OIH1I1g The posltlon of Cd1tOI was rotated among the class members and It was once put t b ou y the Fngllsh 11 Class The fust ed1t1on came out November 8 1946 the fmal Qd1ll0H May 23 1947 The advanced Commezclal Class ass1sted by MISS Watson blocked and set up the mateual subn ltted fox the papex then mlmeo 13 h d 150 g p e over CODICS of each edltlon COD1Cb wexe sent to other schools and to adV9It1S6IS The Lost ot the pa ex used d h p an ot er expenses was leduced by adV6Itl51Hg of local busmesses The mam featules of the paper wele general news specxal features Ld1to11als Dlg Me Later Column rovmg reporter advertlslng sports page cartoons deplctmg current fads Ol actn 1t1es also a calendar of school 3Ct1V1t18S Caltoons were dlawn by Alxce Revxerts Dean Galtm Don Spalg0 and LoJean D enel The Flyer has beer' an 1mportant factor ln bu1ld1ng a school Splllt as lt 1S eagerly read by all students Much expeuence has been deux ed from the work ex exyone d1d ln gettmg lt eady to be prlnted I' Ekiieqn Jumpxa fe X av' -- A1 7 e , X, -f Q ,f , 1 f "' - X ' ' I! , ' S' 1 .. 1 X f I ra, , . ,- ff f Z f 9 I , f, ,I 1 K, r Z f 1 I f I x ff V I H l ', , . X ' f 1 'f ff f I f f 7 -, 1 1 X I, '- f f X , A , ,.'. Ml' . 1 .Y , ' . v . ' 1 .I y Y 7 U 1 A YQ! 'o ln! s - .1 l ' U ' WB Q' f' 5 lo O , ' . I o 1: O X ' xx 'M 1'-i' A T' 15 0 I Sneak Dag The seniors and their sponsors snuck on Friday April 11 1947 They left at 5 15 a m rn a bus chartered from Yellow Diamond Bus Lines of Has trngs Although we left at 5 15 it is reported that several were ready to go at 3 30 and others vxere 'wvxakened by the beeping of horns one Chevy rn particular They arrived at Ingleside at 7 00 o clock and from there went on to Has trngs where they ate breakfast The first stop in Lincoln was the State Penr tentrary Next stop was at the State Capitol where they visited the Senate Chambers where the class was introduced by Senator Garber Governor s offices top tower story where all of Lincoln was viewed and made a general sightseeing tour' of the building. After dinner they visited Morrill Hall and the University of Nebraska campus and they watched the printing of the Lincoln State Journal. Everyone did as they pleased from 3 00 p rn to 5:45 p. rn. After we had gathered again at the bus with the exception of Edvx ard S and Keith C.. we toured the city until 7:30. Q After supper the group divided and did var Dhcfo 7' ious things-window shopping attending shows ' went bowling or just walked. Ex eryone was ready u to go by 11:15. Several had been sleeping before Every one except Wilbur who trusts no ones driving but his own slept. Keith C. found the lug gage racks more comfortable than the seats ,qu which were slightly overcrowded. How about rt It was 4:30 when we arrived rn Franklm making it a full twenty-four hour trip before "hitting the hay. Very few were up before ten o'clock on Saturday 'ind several are reported to . Wilsman? 1 5- have stayed in bed until fixe p, m. ,ff o -J S , ' 'o Y . . . IX 1 of A L' X Y if sf x S JK V Pr' " 1 ,J K H 1 ed 1 gf , mf e - C ' 4 'Y -V' fw- Q f aw Nf a X aww The annual Jumor Senlor Ba 'lquet held ul the Hlgh School audltorlum Aprxl 18 was based or' the theme Plrates Upon entermg the audltorxum the senlors zvere presented flowers and served ale from a barrel dlsplayed on a bar They entered the banquet room over a gang plank through streamers of black and whxte crepe paper and were seated at three long tables placed ln an open square begxrdmg a huge mast of a shlp The stage depleted a shlp borne on the hlgh seas and a deserted seashore upon wh1ch had been washed an old rusty treasure chest Dim lights penetratlng three plrate skulls and paper streamers lent an atmosphere of an eerle voyage Waxed beer bottles holdmg candles and alternately spaced treasure chests formed centerpleces on the tables Sword place cards and treasure chest nut cups added to the decoratlon On the speaker s table rested a large ship The menu conslsted of Tolly Roger Slum gulleon PIECES of exght plrates de l1ght wlth Galley gravy skull salad hard tack nd gold nugget topped off wlth the essence of paradlse Wlth sea foam and a flagon of ale and sea water Toastmaster D1ck Austln lntroouced the toasters Wllbur Slndt Barbara Fruh l1ng Bob Ingran' Bessle Laux and Mrs Betty Grlffln whose toplcs were Sallmg Anchors Itlnera y L1ghf.hOllS6 and Storms The guests were entertalned with a trombone solo by Earl DeJonge and a duet by Gene and Audrey Yelken The coronatlon of the Klng and Queen preceded the Junlor Senior Prom WhlCh followed the banquet The Juniors led the processlon formmg an axsle of crossed swords through wh1ch the senlors marched followed by the Kmg and Queen who took the1r place on the throne before the stage A roll of the drums and a bugle fanfare preceded the announcement of the coronatlon Lorrame John on was crowned Queen and Earl DeJonge was crowned Klng A bouquet of flowers was presented to the Queen by the Alumm Assoclatlon Harry Collms and h1s orchestra furmshed the muslc for the grand march and the dance wh1ch followed Jumor Semor 'Banquet ai J X X N N X . . 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S I A . . . gif Ai- ! i :U -i- -fi'-" cllanonal fHonor Socretg The Natronal Honor Socrety was founded rn 1921 by the lwatronal Assocratlon of the Secondary School P11l'1C1palS The purpose of thrs o gan17at1on rs to mproxe secondary schools of the United States by creatrng greater rntcrest rn scholarshrp leadershrp serwrce and character among puprls Each year Franklrn Hrgh School chooses certarn members posscssrng these outstandrng qualrtrcs to belong to thrs organrzatron Senrors elected durrng then Junror year were Wrlbur Srndt Earl Tuers Jr and Stanley Pollman Newly elected senrors were Arlene Frrtson Barbara F1 uhlrng Earl DeJonge Duane Arment Junrors chosen thrs year were Donald Prusra Kenneth Blank and Kerth Ver saw 1.,.'ff""Jf Regent s Scholarshrp Exannnatron The followrng senrors by vrrtue of berng rn the upper twenty frve per cent of the class scholastrcally were elrgrble to compete rn the ex amrnatron for the Regents Scholarshrp Barbara Fruhlrng Jeanne Wrlsman Arlene Frrtson Duane Arment Earl Tuers Jr Wrlbur Srnd' Stanley Pollman 'Honor 'Ps Honor F s were awarded to the follovs mg students on the last day of school for excellent work rn each re pectrve department of the school Orchestra Earl DeJonge Earl Tuers Jr Band Stanley Pollman Earl Tuers Jr Earl DeJonge Typrng I Arlene Frrtson Joyce Harrng Mary Lou Long Marrlyn McKee Wanda Maska Stanley Pollman Paula Jean VanCamp Typrng II Barbara F1 uhlrng Shorthand II Barbara Fruhlrng Jcar ne Wrlsman Bookkeeprng Earl Tuers Jr Kerth Versaw Johnnie Saathoff ,L fe-1, ' i ,, VJ , , -rf O O ' . , .' V. . , ' , Y ' . A , V . - . I.- , . . Q Y . , . ' . ' ,. ' , ' . ' - V' 1 - y a i . - v , ., . . s v 1 - ' 1 ' . ,. . ' . ' ' Cae- AEG 1 o e 9 Y - , - . . , . . i . I . , 1 1 1 r -r 'v , . v . , , . . . ' . S ' . , . . . . J I , . T , . FGDUERTU SUNG Q igfgg f!'SV UE 4 6 D f L +o 1 V! 5 E+ , A . 1 . DC' K-1 1 9- lr-1-if-K 0-K 0-V' Cnty oil llxlralnlkllm lfxtends He lltlLSt COI1g18tL1l9.t10I1S to the I'!lLITllJLlb of the 1947 C1 ulu mtlng Class of Fxankhn Iilgh buhool W 1. h ue enjoyed haung you xx 1th us as students and hope that the YCAIS spent hele ID school haxe been both pleanant and plofltable Cltx Clerk James T 'NelQon Clts TTQASUILI Hain Qteuns COUNCILNIEN Randall Ceorge C G ow C F Blerhals VV C Ostexlund FRANKLIN NEBRASKA "CITY OF HOSPITALITY" A ZF 514 '. .. Ls , if V Ll 2 L . - - N L. 'f 'Q ff: N. , l. T - 2 Y .' -1 1 . .. , ,, ' L. ' - 3 Y' .1 , ' 4 A. ... , 1 V , N g: I !' . - T E ' L' T 5 5 . H I T 2 2 : ' ' . I, z 2 2 2 ,A I, M E 5 3 ' ' 4 L E 5 5 . . 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I. !. Av I HW- A ' Y I I 1 v I W' EO I. !. Franklin Phone 212W I. I I- - I- . . , . I I I I ' I I I- I I. . I L !. If ' PY L I. I- I I I . . L L I. I L L I I ' I L . . v . I ! ! . I I L I I I I ,- -.3-q-yay-5-y-I - -5- -3.3- -I -q-3-y- -y-3 - -5-3-3-3-y-y-ag-y-q-I 1555555555 5555555 555555555555555555555 I-IANSEN I-IATCHERY QLALITY CHICRQ Qugtom Hdtchlng I AY HANSEN Prop Phone H Pldllkllll I-IAINES PRODUCE 'Ielephone 109 SAM S S Gt L Servlce Statlon pence Ong I -UK OFFICE Champlln Gas and O11 PHONE 81 Phone 100 JENSENS PRODUCE 6: GROCERY PAX CASH and PAY LLSS Phone 74 Flallkllll 5 F. 55 ,-A - K 1 ' ' . M A 4 , . W X Franklin Nebraska O . I , S 9 :+:.:.:m:o:o: f'A"f4 H r..:.r.J::.:.:a 'AH t Q s 1 A-1-x-Q-Q-up -1-1... -1-q..q.g..g.g.g.g.g..q,..g...g..1...g..1..n...m-s- Q-1-Q-1-x-s-Q-Q' A. C. MCKEE INSURANCE. AGENCY NOTARY PUBLIC INSURANCE - BONDS - REAL ESTATE Phone 56 Franklin, Nebr. Authorized Dealer James T. Nelson Gamble Store County Attorney Oliver Pielstick Mgr. KAISER and FRAZER ALSO USED CARS ORCUTT MOTOR CO Sl-IINEMANS MOTOR CO FORD CARS SALES SERVICE Franklm Phone 90 Y D O 3 y -y -y-y-y - - -3-y - -5-5 -3-3-y-5-3 -ny-5-3-pq-y-q -ya'-y-y- COMPLETE LINE OF AMATEUR 1 Photo I1 E E I1 I1 I1 E I1 2 Il H E Q H I1 H U IT Il E I1 H E E LI E E U I H E 11 CI 1 5 H H 5 H H H H H H II H II E 11 H E 1 H se E H OS I D TU graphic Supp ies . , RMANSS BE HA IVIIDWAY SERVICE STATION J Hennmg Prop TIRE PINPAIRINL I PEASIING DX Gasolme DAVISSON S SINCLAIR SERVICE Franklm Phone 68 Neblaskl FLATI-IERS 6: HILL Chrxslel SL Ply mouth John Deere Phone 160 141ankI1n AII1s Chalmers Tractors GC Implements Purma Feeds FULL LINE PURINA FARM SUPPLIES DeKalb Qualltx Hybuds The Corn the Farmer Llkes JOY MOTOR CO FIAIIIKIIII Phone .18 srzxzfzrirrorizszmzi i' I' I' i I X235-. 323323 3221 'F-A323 CE E Z 532 'nl 1 : tl cu qu O I . r . Z I ' ' C3 I ' W . DP 1 : C1 1 A I F' Y. , ' :D IJ I , - ' Pj ' , 1 . O z M I - Un I Pi ' I -A I . ' O f I . 4 E ' I J ' II I . P1 I . I P I . U2 Q , UD 4 : O l r .Tl I ' J A I-4 . i QD - rr. 1 - .. : I I 1 I A A A5323 A253233 A A T A ' 515555515 SZ Franklm Livestock Sales Co Phone 35 SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY C!I'T.iCiZSZEISZ"iSZZ5Z.Z F R CHAINCF M L PARI IOTT ohnnys Pastry Shop L Walter Butler COUNTY TRI AQUI II 551 S513 SEEKS SCX cn m Z Ln I m Z 3 P Z cn Phonc 70 Iuanklm TIII NILVI EQT TI-Il'Nf S For Men and Boys EaZE ZZ .A ... 'SEL O O C . . ' z . ". I R E J I Want Sm-mcthinf Special for Dinner-Como and Seo Johnny ' 1 v 5 , . , 4 N 'n U u , . A , .. IE 4 5 v 1 Y V . N 4 A LX A In ..-, at .l 1 4 v- r-" v-4 '-'Y-' v"' '-'Y-'vi' 11111 - - -1. 1. - .. Y - 9. 1- 1. 1.1- 1...1- - -1-u-1- CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Class of 47 INGRAM S CAFE 5 fi When ln Need of Feeds Tly Q? KE! V I CTO R 51' M, ,t BUSTERS PRODUCE Brmg Us Your CREAM EGGS and POULTRY Phone 137 Fxankllu 'H -5-6 " ' 124' ZZZ Z 11 I A A 5 rf v' . 'A+ ' 5'1.r,f,ait?i J W 55 4 1 1-.U u 1' 1 L D I ' i' I -x-m- - -x-m-x - -s- - -s-xds-s-vu-x-x-- - - - -x STERNERS CAFE FOUNTAIN SERVICE CONIFOI TABLX -XIP CONDITIONILD Recappmg Shop 'Nux Lsed Repfms Garrett Brothers CII NI RAL RI P-XII S Phone 49 When Buvmg Your Drugs C ILT IT -XT NADEN S , , A L 4 ' X . T T. . Errol Goldsbury Franklin 4. 4 A 4 A Ln 5 1 x:sx:x:x::5::.x:J:a:5:11:.5:.:4z:n:.:u:a::5:.-Q-.:.:c:s: linin- RIGHT WAY GROCERY GTOCCYICS Feeds Seeds Phone 110 Franklm GEORGE S Oc loc S100 AND UP Congzatulatlons and Best Wlshes to the Class of 1947 QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT LOW PRICES J. C. PENNEY COMPANY Home of Values v V L1K1 l1 I-Agn V v 1 .4-Q1 Q , 111: K 1 y - ag- - - - - -3- - w-1 15-y-y-yu - -5- ny- - y y I'93f'V"1f-1 '-KFSZZPZP-if-1 "f"'V'1C1f'i'1f'V'1f-gr-113:51-01,-V-1 p-g-gr-i:yjkr-y3v-1r1r-1p-yjC-1p-y-y-y-9-1f1:f:4A,:U.x-1 ,.v., ,..v.1A,..v.v.v-,,-,,-,'-iTvt1':v-v-0-v.1 ':-1:1 -1 1-1 f: f:':f-9:1 '1'1'3'ZS'IV5'j CONC RATLI MXTIOXQ TO SPNIOP CI -XQQ BART MUCKLQW County Clerk BLAN K MOTOR COMPANY PODt13C Motor Cars IH C IARNI FQLIPNII NT Ihoxm 9.2 111 mklm to 'You App an 11 Y u Should Be Co I L RIXIE 6: ALMA Beauty Shop DEAK S P-XRPINI SHOP I 1 luklm P our J SINDT CLOTHING BEST IN WLAR fora max -up BOYS Phom .52 Pldllkllll 1:-::r:.,-. 1: :. 3:1 zzz: :ra :sz x:f:1L.L1s:.x.1x:.x:1x:1 f:1u.m:.r:n:n:1x...x:.,.. ..x.x.:1:1x:x:1zs:.r..x-:.x:15:-'.:r..s:1:n:n:3:sx:n:u..s..,..Ln:.x:.x:.L...L.,-..1:.g.1:.,-:.1:,g,,:, A:f':f':':":1':':f':'1":': , ':,, 5: ':i':c:f':": - ':':f':':.': 'qi L L A v N v v N 1 ' 1 A , A I A . A4 4 A n A. I 1. A L., . F. II. S. 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Franklin Neblaska CRAIN --M FEEDS -- SEEDS W- CRINDINC TELEPHONE 45 Ernest F Shlelcls Lloyd DHVISSOH Chalrmin AAA COUNTY SHERIFF CALLINC CAI DS DIPLOMA SPFCIALISTS CLASS JEWELRY SCHOOL SUPPLIES GRADUATION -XININOUNCEMENTS THE T C LORD COMPANY Yolk Nebraska 7 l Y I V c I I L 4 L , Y Y Y . A 1 o . Y . v f x f A Y Y A I -y-guy my-3-3: nyqn nqny- -yn 1Qnyqy-ypypy-5:3-3-1-3-3-y-y-ny 3 y y A JQQ0 775094-'IAQ SWQA if 9 SMU AQAAM AW fumuz mf44cI1'.e,,,"A.D4.4,M,4,f,efv If MAA., ,rw QIAAMZ, Q X X N X Gxkb GREETINGS TO THE CLASS OF 1947 FRANKLIN STATE BANK A Home Owned Bank fox Home People Nlembel F D I C FRANKLIN NEBRASKA Best W1shes and Success Q 5 Cong1atu1at1ons to C9 NAP I QR Class of 47 rl " 2 kt . , -, x , ', ' I f 'N ' I x 'NX N I x X- I ex X N I I ,vxf J, X N4 1 ,X WNW -f A x X . ,J 3 x the Class of 47 Smlth 61 Wolfe Carey Cleaners Leon Samuelson DR. CLOPINE A T T o I: N E Y Ii NJN INS 1 Q AUSTIN GROCERY qv. .V 1 . STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES Frults Vegetables and Frosted F1'u1ts A Phone 50 If ranklin I 5 I 3:02311 Z4 SESS E511 ISE EE BTS IIE L03 dim, ZX. if f H . I I1 I II I I U I I .jfgc ff ' A , . 'U . 'N . .Q S.. N .9 , ,, K I Y I' ,sw AAM4, - f L ,ig-Ag gf U ,b,L.M,.,.,4 I - 'IQ 75-4"g' -141 M Q . 1' . A1523-I vs AQ' Lffaiqf 'D ALMW A efffff 'GMKWMJ Eiga, ,AAAW ' -WP pleas. 44444 - A:'W.,,Ag,,L , 4 - 64. f,.fv- '- 272 'r , Wyf, f A1-ff if-A NM L " lfjnlfi 4 'Ll N A be -J 4 ,4.fLyaV , . I. f' A 1 fffwf' ,f'f'!fef'Zf2fffZW7ef + ,- ' ff 'f"f" '65 'I' TF "E, A' Y- L if, J ,, f' G' 'Tp 111-xfizryvff ZLX ' , - S N-, - f, Af Af: , - A -4 " I ' J- 4 P cf - ff f ' ' ,- ef , - I ci c:Q:f.m:fz:x A I QX, I TI 5 II I . T ' I - A IL 5 I , I E 5 T . - - I in , . I N S al. . I qf . f ll- A -A 5' U f ' xv X 1Il ", I . 1' t F R , I i ll . be . 'I Ig- bl T Q if I 'I l.' 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