Franklin High School - Purrs and Scratches Yearbook (Franklin, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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Q It is hard to realize that below it is cloudy and a wind is blowing that penetrates one to the bone, yet minutes before we left this dreary, dismal world and rose above it to the beauty and comfort that we are now enjoying. . .rig This reminds us that when the world about us seems cruel and treacherous, when the thoughtlessness of our friends makes us feel dreary and alone, when the task before us seems too difficult for us to conquer, we, too, can rise above it to the beauties and com- fort of our dreams. if we have educated ourselves mentally, spiritually, and physically 'Fill to con uer those unfortunate situations that make our lives bleak and drear . 1:l"a q Y This is art of the task of the ublic school and even thou h some never learn the 55 ,Thank . P . . P D I A A . 'ii' ',.fi'ig-, beauties that can be had in life and continue to fight the chill and dismal unrealities, it is gratifying to see so many who learn to conquer themselves and rise above disappoint- QQ' ments and social misfit to a place of beauty, comfort, and self-satisfaction. V . .IA J. Forrest Burns, Superintendent 4 - - ,J ' -- D' . " '- 1' 10-if 'f,.:-:if ' tag:-L ' , W lx ff'i'5f?- 'fi .5,,- Franklin Cit Schools U5-'-, ':'F1s y .-147 t 9.529 i"fK'lg?f1?7lf'1.- . .,':?f' i' 119- , " '- , ,..s4Qfs2'?f?3L" .,.,i. Q:?'g..l-gui: I: W I . -' ' I I n 'hh' . A gf- 4 Q.,L-'1--:.2Ts-as"fm"-A .e- + ""2f.i.Q'llI.-f- '--21 :swift ' - wa ?,.,' " 3 3. -'Z' ,A-., J ,, A,iJ',..-.- . . V:-,U 1 , v 6' ti 'Rf .. J.-, i fat. rf: .i ,g,-fini H' ff W . ei +5 fi' Fi .39 12 Secretary MRS. LEONA ORNDORF Prinripal CECIL H. RATCLIFF .-w-"Y""""""""d L Affiftant Principal Athletic Dirertor GLENN W. KESSLER Hzzculfy ALLEN, JANET Centerville, Ohio, Home Economics, B.S., Miami Univer- sity. BARKALOW, MELBADYNE Huntington, West Virginia, English, journalism, B.A., Marshall College. BOWMAN, JEAN Westerville, Ohio, Vocal Music, Bachelor of Music Edu- cation, Otterbein. BROWN, L. D. Waynesville, Ohio, Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, B.S., University of Dayton. COYLE, WILLIAM Middletown, Ohio, Latin, English, A.B., University of Dayton. DANIEL, DAVID Wilmington, Ohio, Driver Education, Boys' Health, B.S., Wilmington College. DOWNS, SARAH Parkersburg, West Virginia, English, Public Speaking, B.A., Marshall College. FARLEY, DOROTHY Dayton, Ohio, English, General Business, Bookkeeping, Typing I, B.S., Bowling Green University. HABEGGER, CORA Berne, Indiana, Art, Ft. Wayne Art School, Miami Uni- versity, Wisconsin University, Cleveland Art School, and john Herron, A.B., Bluffton College. HARTLEY, COLLEEN Dingess, West Virginia, Girls' Physical Education, Girls' Health, Marshall College. iv ff' Zzculfy A HELSINGER, CLYDE Franklin, Ohio, American History, World History, Social Studies, B.S., Otterbein College. HOWE, EMERSON New Knoxville, Ohio, Industrial Arts, B.S., Bowling Green University. JONES, CYNTHIA Somerset, Kentucky, Home Economics, B.S., Eastern Kena tucky State College. JULIAN, VIC Clarksburg, West Virginia, Typing, World History, A.B., Salem College. JUSTICE, R. A. Pikeville, Kentucky, Industrial Arts, B.S., Eastern Ken- tucky State College. MARTENSON, MILTON Bloomington, Illinois, Mathematics, B.S., Eastern Ken- tucky State College. MCDADE, CLEARANCE Massillon, Ohio, Boys' Physical Education, B.S. and M.A., Miami University. NORTON, ELIZABETH University of Kentucky, Columbia University, University of Cincinnati, William and Mary College, Library Science, Art, History. OTIS, BETSY Lexington, Kentucky, Commercial Subjects, B.S., Educa- tion, Eastern Kentucky College. PEREZ, RAYMOND Massillon. Ohio, Social Studies, B.S., Spanish, Kent State University. RHUDE, HOWARD Blanchester, Ohio, Chemistry, General Science, Economics, Consumer Economic Problems, B.S., Wilmington College, University of Cincinnati. STEPHENS, MARY 10 Pineville, Kentucky, English, A.B., Eastern Kentucky State, Richmond, Kentucky. STEPHENS, ROGER Salyersville, Kentucky, English, A.B., Eastern Kentucky State. WALLICK, RICHARD Dover, Ohio, Instrumental Music, Ohio State University, Vandercook College of Music, B.S., Master of Music Degree. WEAVER, CLARENCE Greenville, Ohio, General Science, World History, Biology, A.B., Ohio State University. BROWN, IRA O. Versailles, Ohio, Mathematics, B.S., Wittenberg College, M.A., Miami University. Vi ' P Il fi-S f ItxNi,Z4 i' 44+ iii-my Kooks EDNA IMES MAUD OWENS ETTA HAWTHORNE LOUISE CARPENTER ETTA LITTLE flcivers Husladiaus MR. DENNIS Head C11.ftoa'i11r1 MR. JEFFERY Heating Engineer MR, BYRD Bus Driwrs PAUL TIREY GENE ZINK MAC WOODWARD MAURICE ROBINSON OPAL FARNSWORTH BETTY MONTGOMERY ADALINE BROWN CHAR. COOK MR. JEFFREY ffm? silmtf nm out Seniors President BARRY, WARREN Hi-Y 2, 33 Varsity "F" 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 2, 33 One Act Plays 43 Baseball 3, 43 Class Officer 4, Presidentg Spanish Club 2, Treasurer, Speech Club 4. Wee President HARP, ELAINE FHA, Treasurer 2, President 3, Vice President 43 FTA 2, 3. 43 Cat's Meow 2, 3, 4, Business Manager: Class Officer, President 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 43 Li- brarian 2, 33 Speech Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3. Secretary MORTON, YVONNE Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 FTA 2, 3, 43 Senior Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidentg GAA, Vice President 2, 33 President 43 Girls' Varsity 2, 3, 43 Student Council 33 Purrs and Scratches 3, 43 Class Officer, Secretary 4, Girls' Volley- ball 2. 3. Creasnrer COLLIER, KATHERINE Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 FTA 3, 43 Senior Honor Society 2, 3, 4, TIEZSUICIQ GAA 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Purrs and Scratches 3, 43 3 One-Act Plays 23 Class Officer, Treasurer 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Speech Club 3, 4. Z2 and 51 8diter SCEARCE, BOBBY Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 FTA 4g Senior Honor Society 2, 3. 4, President3 Purrs and Scratches, junior Editor 3, Editor- in-Chief 4g Band 2, 3, 4, Student Director, Class Officer, President 33 Junior Class Play 33 Latin Club 2, 3. H and .Si Assistant Sriter OWENS, SONDRA Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g FTA 3, 43 GAA 2, 31 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Triple'Trio 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Purrs and Scratches, junior Assistant Editor 3, Assistant Editor 43 Spanish Club 3, Secretaryg Speech Club 2, 3. ABNEY, GRETA FHA 23 Student Council 2: Band 2, 3. ADAMS, GLORIA Semors if 4 .Q 4 4 BACK, ROBERTA LEE Purrs and Scratches 33 Band 2, 31 Librarian 2, 3. BAKER, BETTY Tri'Hi-Y 2, 3, GAA 2g Girls' Varsity 2, Manager, 3 One-Acts, Stage Crew 2, Make-up 3, 4, Speech Club 2, 3, 4. BAsoRE, DOROTHY JEAN FTA 4, GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Varsity 32 3 One-Acts 23 Band 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Speech Club 2, 3, 4. BERGER, ONDA L. Mixed Chorus 33 Mixed Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Cat's Meow 4, Speech Club 2, 3. BICKNELL, BETTY FHA 2, 3. BLACK, MARILYN FHA 2, 3, 4, Purrs and Scratches, Subscription 3, 4g Librarian 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Speech Club 2. Q I ks Xll as 1' BLAIR OT1s A ,ef M BRADEN, TODD Speech Club 3, 4. Ax' Picture Not Available Seniors BRADLEY, GRANT Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Cat's Meow 2, 3, 4, Advertising Manager, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Speech Club 3, 4. BRANDENBURG, FOREST DANIEL Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 4, Track 3, 4 BROWN, GEORGE Visual Aids 2, 3, 4. BRYANT, ROBERT CAMPBELL, DOLORES Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, Purrs and Scratches 3, 4, Sub- scription Eclitor, 3 One-Acts, 3, Make-up 43 Band 2, 3Q Speech Club 2, 4. CARPENTER, DALE Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President, Varsity 4, Visual Aids 2, 3, President 4, Football 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Mixed Glee Club 21 Cat's Meow 4, Purrs and Scratches 5, 4, Adver- tising Editor, Band 2, Secretary, Class Officer, Vice Pres- ident 3, Track 3, 4. CAUDILL, PATTY COLLINS, jo ANNE Purrs and Scratches 3, 4. gi game :T .. E S R :M Q we rl! - i C A 4 -- , r' ,-zl. " K .. , ,. ll if 'Nb-R , A Ea 'RE ls l X- T Serziars COYLE, DONALD CROUCH, RUTH Librarian 2, Office Worker 2, 3, 4. M DEHART, PATRICIA ANN Band 2, 3, 4. DEPEW, JOYCE Mixed Chorus 33 Girls' Glee Club 2, 4, Purrs and Scratches 4. DIALS, FRIEDA DWYER, RUSSELL Visual Aids 2g Football 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 5. EDWARDS, CAROLYN FHA 2, 3, District Victorian 4. ELAM, JAMES DARRELL I-li-Y 2, 3,.Vice Presiclentg Varsity "F" 3, 4, Vice Presf identg Football 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4g Spanish Club, Vice President 2, 3. Smivrs EMRICK, BEVERLY GAA 2, 3, 4g Girls' Varsity 2, 3g Cat's Meow 4, 3 One- Acts 3, Class Officer, Secretary 2, 33 Speech Club 2, 3, 43 Candidate for Princess 33 Homecoming Queen 4. FLINSPACH, IRENE Girls' Glee Club 2g Spanish Club 3. FOLCK, JIM Hi-Y 5, 4. FRANER, DONNIE Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. FRY, BARBARA Librarian 2, 3. GAMPHOR, CHARLES Football 3, 4. GESSNER, MARILYN GAA 2, 3, 4, Girls' Varsity 2, 33 Cheerleader 3, 45 Cat's Meow 3g Band 2, 3g Junior Class Play 3g Latin Club 25 Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Candidate for Princess 33 Candidate for Queen 4. GRUB, PAT GAA 2, Student Council 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, Latin Club 2. af' Seniors GUSTIN, CAROLYN RAE Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary, Senior Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Purrs and Scratches 3, 4, Literary Editor, Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 23 Latin Club 2. HAINES, JOAN LEE Tri-Hi-Y 2, 31 GAA 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 33 Purrs and Scratches 3, 4, Subscription, Speech Club 2, 5. HAMILTON, BARBARA Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, FTA 2, 3, Vice President 4: Senior Honor Society 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Girls' Varsity 35 Student Council 4, Presidentg Purrs and Scratches 3, 4, Business Manager, Class Officer, Treasurer 23 junior " Class Play 3, 4, Speech Club 2, 3, 4. HARRIS, LLOYD ,-,',,'Q.,,,., Hi-Y 4, FTA 4, School Patrol 4, 3 ooo-Afro 4, speech A"A'WLf Club 4. HATEIELD, DALLAS HAYES, GILBERT Hi-Y 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 41 3 One-Acts 4, Junior Class Play 3, Speech Club 4. HENCY, MARY A. Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Purrs and Scratches 43 Speech Club 2. HENDERSON, LOIS GAA 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 2. Semvrs HILL JANICE GAA 2 3 4 Basketball 7 Girls Glee Club 7 Baseball 2 3 Librarian 2 3 Speech Club 2 3 4 Hockey 2 HILLARD CHUCK HIY 3 4 Varsity F 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseball HILLARD, RoN Hi-Y 4g Varsity "F" 3, 4, Visual Aids 2g Football 3, 4g Track 3. HINES, RUSSELL Hi-Y 3, 41 Visual Aids Z. 3, Mixed Chorus 4. HOFFER, JOHN DAVID Hi-Y 3, 4, Varsity "F" 4, Secretary, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 23 Spanish Club 2, 3g Track 3, 4. HOLWEGER, PATRICIA ANN Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g FTA 3, 4, President, Senior Honor Society 2, 3, 43 GAA 25 Purrs and Scratches 3. 4, C0- Literary Editor, Band 2, 3, 4, 3 One-Acts 33 Latin 23 Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Acorn 3, Assistant Editor. HOPKINS, MELVIN HOPKINS, RoScoIs Hi-Y 3, 4, Varsity "F" 3, 4g Visual Aids 2, Football 2, 3, 4. if-.. if '3P+',?:5i Senivrs HOWARD, MARY GAA, Secretary 3, 43 Cheerleader 3: Girls' Varsity 33 Student Council 2, 3, Vice Presidentg Cat's Meow 2, 3. Kitten's Purr Advisor 4, Assistant Editorg Librarian 23 Quill and Scroll 4g Speech Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Baseball 23 Booster Club 2. JEFFERY, RONNIE Hi-Y 2, 33 Cat's Meow 4. JOHNS, DAVID Hi-Y, Chaplain 2, 3, Vice President 43 FTA 2, 3, 4g Cat's Meow 4g Purrs and Scratches 43 3 One-Acts 2, 31 Band 2, 3, 43 Librarian 23 Spanish Club 23 Speech Club 2, 3, Vice President 4. , joNEs, GARY Visual Aids 2, 33 Football 2, 33 Basketball 2. 4 :An .. 'V .w- ve.,- ou.. ... - '1'.-s.-an . ..-- - .f - ,-na . ..... - '.". 'a"?TidLf.1- t...... . .'. .'.-J "' I F .,,...... , Q JONES, RALPH KINDELL, RICHARD Hi-Y 2, 33 Visual Aids 2, 33 Cat's Meow 3. -fy' KINDRED, DELORIS LANKFORD, JANIE FTA 43 GAA 4. LJ' lv ii Seniars LEROY, MARGOT Tri-Hi-Y 33 FTA 3, 43 GAA 2, 33 Cheerleader 2, 33 Purrs and Scratches 33 3 One-Acts 33 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club, Vice President 3, President 43 Speech Club 3, 4. MEARS, JANICE Tri-Hi-Y, Vice President 2, 3, President 43 FTA, His- torian 2, 3g Senior Honor Society 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 33 Purrs and Scratches, junior Activities Editor 33 Band 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Speech Clubg Junior Princess 33 Homecoming Candidate 4. MELLOTT, PATTY FHA, Vice President 2, 3, President 43 Mixed Chorus 33 Girls' Glee Club 43 Cat's Meow 43 Purrs and Scratches 4g Librarian 2, 33 Speech Club 2, 4. MILLER, CAROLE Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g FHA 2, 3, 4. MILLER, PHYLLIS FHA 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Purrs and Scratches 43 Librarian 2, 3, 4g Speech Club 2, 3, 4. MOORE, BETTY Senior Honor Society 3, 43 GAA 2. MOORE, GLORIA FTA 33 GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Varsity 2, 3. MOORE, SHELBY Tri-Hi-Y 5, 4g GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. Seniors MULLINS, DORIS Tri-Hi-Y 2, FHA 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, Girls' Glee Club 4. MUSEN, JAMES Hi-Y, Chaplain 2, 3, Secretary 43 Purrs and Scratches 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Speech Club 2, 3. MUSEN, LARRY GORDON Hi-Y 3, 43 Varsity "F" 3, 43 FTA 43 Visual Aids 23 School Patrol 23 Junior Class Play 33 Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Track 33 Boys' Glee Club 4. NEMCIC, WILLIAM Varsity "F" 2, 3, 49 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 39 Baseball 2, 3, 4. NORVELL, RICHARD Hi-Y 3, 4, Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Football 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 2, 33 3 One-Acts 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Track 3, 43 Boys' Glee Club 4. PARKER, JAMES Visual Aids 2, 3, 43 Cat's Meow 4, Art Editorg 3 One- Acts 43 Speech Club 4. PARKER, SHIRLEY DEANNE Mixed Chorus 43 Triple Trio 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 33 Band 2, 3, 43 Librarian 43 Latin Club 2, 3. PATRICK, SARAH FHA 3, 43 Girls' Varsity 2. Seniors PERKINS, LEE Visual Aids 2, 3g Golf Team 2, 3. PERRY, ROBERT Visual Aids 2,-3, 4. PI-IELPS, BARBARA FHA 2, 3, GAA 2. PHILLIPS, SUSAN BETI-I Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g FTA 2 3 4, Treasurer' GAA 2' Girls Varsity 2, Manager, Mixed Chorus 2, Triple Trio 4 Girls' Glee Club 4g Purrs and Scratches, junior Adver- tising Editor 3, Advertising Editor 45 3 One-Acts 3 junior Class Play 3, Make-up. PITTS, MARY FHA 2, GAA 4, Girls Varsity 2, Speech Club 3. PRIEST, BETTY jo Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Purrs and Scratches 3, 4g Band 2, 3, Librarian 2, 3, Librarian-in-Charge 4, Speech Club 2. PRIEST, MARVIN L. Cat's Meow 4. PRIEST TED I-li-Y 2, 3, 4, Visual Aids 33 Football 2g Cats Meow 4. Band 2, Librarian 3, 43 Speech Club 2, Secretary 3, 43 Seuiars PURKEY, NANCY Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, Secretary 4, FTA 4, Li- brarian 2. RHODUS, RUTH FHA 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. RHUDE, JERRY Hi-Y 3, 4, Cat's Meow 4. RIDDELL, DON Visual Aids 2, Cat's Meow 4, junior Class Play 3. ROBINSON, HENRY Varsity "F" 3, 4, President, Visual Aids 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Captain, Baseball 3, 4. ROBINSON, MARILYN FHA 4, Girls' Glee Club 2. RO1.s1N, CLARENCE Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Boys' Glee Club 4, Cat's Meow 4, School Patrol 2, Band 2, 3, 4, President, Track 3, 4. ROSE, ERNIE Hi-Y 3, 4, Cat's Meow 2, Sports Editor, Baseball 3, Spanish Club 35 Quill and Scroll 4, Buckeye Boys' State 3. Sewers ROSSMAN, CHARLES Basketball 2, 3, 4, 3 One-Acts 4, Spanish Club 2, Speech Club 4. RossMAN, NANCY CATHERINE Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Girls' Varsity 2, 3, Purrs and Scratches 3, 4, 3 One-Acts 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Speech Club 2, 3, 4, President. SATTERFIELD, BARBARA Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, Secretary 43 Senior Honor Society 2, 3, 4g GAA 2, Student Council 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Class Officer, Vice President 2, Librarian 2, Latin Club 2, Speech Club 2, Treasurer. SEARS, ALICE Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Senior Honor Society 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 33 Girls' Varsity 2, 3, Librarian 2, 3, Latin Club 2. SMITH, ALVA, SMITH, SELDON Visual Aids 3, Spanish Club 2, President 3. SMITH, VIVIAN Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4. SNIDER, DELORIS Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Purrs and Scratches 3, 4, Art Editor, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3. Senmrs SOARD, PATRICIA GAA 4. STICKLIEMAN, ROBERT Hi-Y 3, 43 Varsity "F" 2, 3, 43 Visual Aids 2, 33 Foot- ball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 33 Baseball 2, 3, 4. STRINGER, PATRICIA ,V-, GAA 2 3 4. 'P TAYLOR, CLYDE Football 33 3 One-Acts 43 junior Class Play 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Speech Club 4. TAYLOR, JANET GAA 2, 33 Cat's Meow 43 3 One-Acts 33 junior Class Play 33 Speech Club 2, 3. 4. TEWELL, BARBARA Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 FTA 2. 3. 43 GAA 2, 33 Girls' Varsity 33 Band 2, 33 junior Class Play 33 Spanish Club 3, Pres- ident 4g Speech Club 2, 3, 4. 3 '54 THOMAS, PAUL Football 3, 4. TIMBERLAKE, JEAN Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 FTA 2, 3. 43 GAA 2. 33 Cheerleader 2. 33 Girls' Varsity 2, 33 Cat's Meow 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief' 1 Purrs and Scratches 3. 4, Sports Editor3 3 One-Acts 43 junior Class Play 33 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Speech Club 2, 43 Acorn 3, Editor- in-Chief. X1 Scuiars TINCIAI, BETTY Girls' Glee Club 4. UPDYKE, CAROL Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 43 FTA 3. 4g GAA 2, Band 2, 3, 42 Speech 2, 3, Majorette 2, 3, Head 4. VICE, JACK Hi-Y 3, Spanish Club 2. WATTS, MARCIA Tri-Hi4Y 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Purrs and Scratches 4, 3 One-Acts 2, 3, 4, junior Class Play 33 Librarian 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Speech Club 2, 3, 4. WEIDLE, PENNY Purrs and Scratches 3, 4, Speech Club 2, 3. WEST, GARY Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Varsity "F" 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, School Patrol 4, Advisor, Boys' State 3. XVI-IISMAN, JUDY Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 4, Purrs and Scratches 3, 4, Art Editor, Librarian 2, 3, 4. WINKLER, VIRGINIA Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 43 GAA 2. 3, Triple Trio 2, Purrs and Scratches 3. 4, 3 One-Acts 2, 3, junior Class Play 3, Librarian 2, Speech Club 2, 3, 4. UNDER CLASSVIEN U -is f: wma-2' ff- 4"j W .,,,,. we K kg , 7,,k sl I D .f: ,I , ' ,H 'V rr fe FR A' ram xl,!" If f junivrs Arbaugh, Dixie Arkill, Florence Back, Philip Baker, Betty Lou Banks, jim Banks, Wanda Blair, Clarence Bennett, Sue Ellen Boggs, Ethel Bowling, Bob Bray, Tom Bridges, jim Callahan, jerry Cook, Bill Cronan, Robert Cummings, Delbert Dalton, Joyce DeHart, Katie Daliboa, Tony Dwyer, Roger Eaton, Steve Estridge, Ralph Evans, jane Evans, Ruth Eversole, Virgie Fox, jim Green, Paul Grey, jim sg., ,,,,, . I ...fp- , , 7 - ,55- .ev 3 ' ., ' 'ff' i il ' fe 'HJ V .., K W k L:':: . ,av ' 'i', N if ' ii ii i i ' ii i l i Q i ' rsicc . T '--, "' juniars Griffith, Clifford Hampton, Jacqueline Hanes, Charles Harrell, Barbara Harris, Kay Hatfield, Barbara Hatton, Rita Hayes, Linda Helton, Vernon Hill, Joyce Hoffer, Karl Hollon, jim Hughes, Bill Hurt, Angie Hutchi nso Isbel, Bob johnson, Elmer Kirby, Saundra Koettel, Charlene Lain, Janice Lawson, Dolores Litsch, Tom Locke, Mike Lonicker, anet Lucas, Kenna Lyons, Carrie McCanclless Pat McCloud, Betty junivrs McGaha, Don McGaha, Phyllis Marshall, Ron we W ...M Mason, Gloria """",i ff Mears jim Mitchell, Sandy Moler, Eleanor Morey, Bill Morton, Richard Nock, Judy Oldham, Elizabeth Parker, jerry '+I M! '21 -9 H t . auf' s I' A K' N X lx , K f' 2 P , ,,..f iw iff A it P Parris, Dutchie Patrick, Berlin Peterson, Nancy Phelps Shelby Priest, Linda ,J-3, Quillen, Terry Ratcliff, Mary Kay Ricker, Patty Riddell, Pat Robinson, john Ross, Evelyn Rowe, Dorothy Scholl, Larry Shane, Robin Shotwell, David Smith, Gene ,. x, Y' .L .. It fV,, ,H 55' i ' ' 1 R , f Smith, Judy Smith, Larry juuzars Spies, Dorothy Stapleton, Joyce , A Staton, Rena Swartz, Phyllis V Swink Arlene Tewell, Susan B-I' yer Thacker, Tom Theiss Linda are or-" Thompson, Wilber S """"'i Tmch, Shirley 1 ' " Y tr., I.. A wt' Vz' Towson Sharon Turner, joe Vaughn, Jim Weaver Allen xt Wells John Wilder, Nellie Wilson Nannette Woehler, Linda Wright Martha Yocum Merle K fn' Srllll l 6 ,. ,, or, .ef :' 3 rn," 'Q ' E, 1, f :efvf-2 gQ:r,1vfmf1' S ludentf not pirtured: Anderson, Eleanor Blevins, Eula Combs, Joyce Evans, Freda Evans, Reba Fraley, Jan Williams, Willis 1 A -isv .1 :E Fifi- . Youn Lester ' Q g r f. -1953-vlI+ !9r.,.rf2f-'re-lr Y VL,Xr 7,.:,.r:, I ,m,,Vl ziry Y "'1',,,fQQj', ag: qw! ,525 -,Wk-,y.f4:4 i if f.,,..-1' I Q1 5 E1 is k.A: --.,. N Q 2 N31-f" A ' 1 vpn. I 'i C , s C Srfphomrfrcs " A J ' ii Allen, Carma XS Allen, James Y Alexander, Joyce Lf-g:L:f,. -f , ' L' Anderson, Bob Bailey, David Bailey, Melinda Bowermaster, Marvin Bassett, Pat A Blackburn, Jackie A Blackford, Jim . 'ifir' A J' Bolen, David S ' 7 Bowman, Judith , V. Brewer, Denzel ' ,t J, Brown, Charles 'e,.,,Vti i': Brown, Donald ,eit J . ',Yz1i' f 'f 1, if Butts, Christine Campbell, Janice Carpenter, Merle Carpenter, Ray Carter, Janice Charlton, Berneida Chenoweth, Tom J J H. Clevenger, Ralph Coffey, Barbara J . . in , i ,hw Collier, Jack - a Q AX 5 , a If , :Qi -. . vw Conley, Martha Dalton, Jack 4 Davis, Darrel Dawson, Bill Dearth, James 'Qs ff", ,fr ,gr wr' If A 3' I f Qffisirlfi rg' . -X. , V ,ew T l mywdyvj 2:5773-V rg A ,.,t ii , if il I , r if . A rsai ' ,,,, a f f . 1. ri A ii f i Dishun, Teddy . A ' g A Dishun, James .,' A 5 J f J ...Q ff f 5 J ,,, f Dishun, Tom 1 f A . , ,1,. . , K, W .::lV t Iv ' F Doty, A . I iitti M, Duff, Marilyn if Duncanson, Nancy Dunn, Patty ar rr., , L Etter, Beverly L 1, , . ,,. ., Fry, Donald ' p Fugate, Ted N .N IV. I' 2: ,, 5 ,k it N5 5. .vu,f,-Et. , ,h , n , , ,, XB gl xi pig ...JJ v. R J 'ex-ar is Saphvmorcs Garrett, Beverly Garrett, Ruth Hall, Sandy Gillen, Carolyn Gillen, Douglas Griffen, Ivalee Hampton, Clarice Harville Gary Harris, jo Ann Harvey, Lowana Harville, Phyllis Hawthorne, Donnetta Z ii Hatfield, Sarah 'mx K N ,L QE? 'U Wd 'lf ,4 .f K tt fx K V, Henry, Zelva Hill, Robert Q, sf ,RFP J' ei' Hency, Sharon Henderson, Linda Hipsher, Marjorie Hipsher, Ronald Hoffman, Tina Hopkins, Norman Hoskins, Richard Isaacs, Noami Janney, Brenda Johns, Linda Johnson, LeRoy jordan, Sue Kubilus, joe Kindred, Bill Lamb, Mike Lane, Patricia Logsdon, Brenda ,417 ,QI Q 3' R-41 as K t c N . jackson, Kenneth Janney, Bill Jones, Lynda johnson, Bob Kindred, joan Kinder, Marty Long, Linda Lovely, Paul ef J Ad! , . xfg . 1' 1 W tis-: Am J .r li: ' if ., 5 J. pn 4 51-A f. ,,. fi.-fr Q5-V5 J X-e-:V km. f-F' fi -3 Qs '11 5' t F9 It ar up gl haf' Y I ' i. E A ii i ' , s,,S l V - . ,V ..irrLL ., , K, krr, .vi if liz , AM ,, 3 5 1 , .,. ' ' .L '- rf - ,.,. . ' ' ff is Sophrfmorcs Lower Ken McClain Michael we ' i W l McFarland, Danny VY, ,i 'V mL.1 gg vii' ' I . -1' "" ff i. f ei ' if f iv:- Raby, Betty Rice, Nellie Rose ' , Jim Rose, Roberta Shapiro, David Shipley, David Smith, Mike Smith, vada Monk, Shirley Moore, Donna Mullins, Irene Neely, Don Orndorf, Elizabeth Payne, Juanita Perry, Don Mathews, Nancy Moler, Evelyn Musen, Sharon Mynhier, Lillian Parker, Judy Parker, Lola Phillips, Mary Susan Purkey, Ruth Riddell, Russell Rolsin, Rita Rose, Jerry Rouse, Bobby Sams, Roland Settle, Earl Shoupe, Deania Sibert, Robert Small, Nancy Soard, Don Staton, jean Stevens, Cynthia Quigley, Tom Ragland, Bruce r fi gf V1 I ,5 RX ,,,, kv a 5 ,B Q f -li ,,,, 14, " - . Y ii t,',i ,, ' ' W, ,,,,,,., , , 75 W! fd ,gi , is. fi? . E, K . L, ' , , yy! ssi, I f " 'il fi t H i' - ifmzmw-it ., ,, 4 V5 ' 'ff -X i 'T fi it ff? ' ,gi 4 i, 'si W 5 Q5- .i jx ,I t , -.9 E+ 2 'u ,f -K Q, fa wr' 4 , ,,,. ,. 1 ' 5 V 'Ta H A1 in 5 "' ' ef v .f 2 Soplzamores Sullivan, Frank Sullivan, joe Swink, Lois Taylor, Marie Tibbs, Tom Tice, Ronald Timberlake, jack Townsend, Curtis Treadway, William Tucker, Larry Updyke, jim Walters, Anna Warden, June Weaver, David Weaver, Harry Webb, Doyle Wertz, Steve West, Sherman Whitaker, Elizabeth Whitaker, Maisie Studenif not pictured: Burton, jim Cockrell, Joyce DeHart, Jeanette Eversole, Earl Folck, Diana Gay, Stella Hampton, Zella ,, fc, 1 Whitaker, Maxine Wilcher, Fred Witt, Mabel Wolfe, Alberta Wolfe, Mary Wright, Russell H Young, Maxine A M Yocum, Warren lu Hangis, Elizabeth Hundley, Edith James, Archie Leonard, jim McCracken, Paul McGrant, Carol McQueen, Harold -Gil' 9' if sf"", t -3 s Q ,N sl" X N , .3 t H 7 4' fl' 5 I E a illi- Wt Morgan, jillyn Powell, Mary Robinson, Anna Snowden, Leonard Stacy, Tommy Williams, Charlie 51 .Mshmeu Adams Charma Adkins Betty Amburgey oyce Banks, Gerald Banks, Joan Beachler, Harriet Amburgey Rodney Anderson anice Beatty, Helen Bentley, Harold I Nl? X ,. f' 5 A lil. ,J r Bicknell, David 'N , Biltz, Larry A , hi 3 Bindley, Aimee . w "". r , av 5" M' iiis Bishop, Darryl ' ' . li Black, Ruth ,M 1 't - yn , , L' In r - u. i A -y A Blair, Betty . Borrows, Tad Ell ,5 P :VI y XLAV h , K Bowermaster, Janice y A 1 . ,,., ,, ,,,. , F f . A ,VL- J . ,, ir M y F i 'R Braden, David 5 , I - . 0 , A N B d b , B b A -- TQ... 'Q' y ,gg ran en urg ar J ig I4 ,,.X 5 ,::::'g- C Bray, Nancy A, ' Brelsford, Sandra 5 fb C all rii ff Q5 ' , , Bffwfff, Kellie h Mr. . fi -A Q gki K r r , Xia D i 1 y r i Bf0WH,Bil1Y i , as fa A y ' ii ,a A Br0Wr1, Bob A All A i it Q R ' l 'V .v - ..,, if Brown, Eddie A , A Q f Brown, Harold A j V1 my ty ,y,, y Buchanan, Betty ff' ,. ,V m , 'SSL' . A D Buftfafi SOUUY f . 'i i .. ,kim , vikr. ,i r - ers, Charles I :,: Y ,fl if y, i ,,., Callahan, jimmy Carpenter, Betty Carpenter, Loyd Carter, Robert Caudill, Carol Center, Wanda Chasteen, Donald Chasteen, Ronald at rw gms, i V all A .2 wwf i - 1-iw? Ik , , y Childers, Greta re i ' Clark jerry i W ,, . , . VI :Vgy ,,EJ5EE,,,,,,, t KS .FEQN , jg , K . . .X - . "zfii3',Q' 5 ,- gviflfff 'Wi Y ,Sf ' ,, ,w ' ri-Q 1, - f - ' f ff A ' B' r- 4:1 'P - r ,M V ,. . ?reshf1f1ef1 4- Coffey, Frankie Cole, Mary -gi-rx Collins, jerry Combs, Sue Cook, Linda - , 'ij' , Dalton, Edna .- Dalton, Frank r V7 'i Dalton, Sondra Davidson, Jeanette Y' C Deck, jim Deflarnette, Sandra DePew, Don In J ,t was .,., . ! Y' Q51 is ,. 5, Duke, David D ,igfg 'Q' Duff, Freddy , Dyas, Lewis iiii 4 . Edds, Parley if V R. y Eastham, Barbara y a F y ,,a is s F vf 1.4 e x ,.-, -W' 5 Edester, John , , -,, , ,J it 7, 5 .5, Essleman, Benard .iis if 1 t Farmer, Douglas R -P X X ' rr r e 5 mf K Fitzgerald, Denny iff Fix, Donna ,..,, nb f Foster, Ronald 8 in y , ,,,, Freeze, Kay M y , ,Q,f",,, ' ,K French, Judy 5? if .499 'Q' wif' X if Fry, Robert ' f Gabbard, Carolyn Q in Q 1-we , 5- , 'VSV 'C' Gansheimer, Robert , Garrett, Bertha C' if W 1 ax Gephart, Marilyn ,Q F ' J A ' r ff f Gessner, Alice Glossip, jerry Gregg, Allegra Gribble, Joe '5 , i Griffen, joe Griffcn, Leonard y Z Griffith, Norman V , r ,, "1 kg Gustin, Nancy ' ' -, ' D ,, , . Hall, Ronnie - . 1 f Haas, joe t V t ' 4 rtte , 3 a. R pta P l 1 " 9 -J , ii if X , . 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V J S' S if Burkhart, Marion Evans, Barbara Bryant, Ralph Couch, Shiela Davis, jerry Dials, Edward Fitzpatrick, Norman Glenn, Frank Glossip, jack Haney, Danny .7rc'sl1me14 Spies, Lowell Stacy, Emily Stapler, Robert Sullivan, Brenda Swafford, John Taulbee, Darryl y g p Thompson, Linda T Tinch, Bob Tinch, Don Ward, Carman Webb, Norma Weidle, Terry White, Sarah White, viator White, Wendel Strohoffer, Al Sturgis, Gary Thacker, Lora Thomas, james Tinch, Sandra Towson,.joan Tracy, Rosemary Turner, Cleveland Vaughn, Amanda Walters, Tommy Walton, Richard Welsh, Margie Westling, Marta Winebarger, Ronny Woods, judy Young, Wanda Kemplin, Pat Kindred, Mary Lansdale, Phillip Laesche, Carole McDaniel, john f 5- . 11 f as -W, ' ' ' 1 Q ,X K 551, QQ, S S 3 at c ag, X ,. is ,,, , ii ries I if ' in 1 . ,,, ., .. i if -I :P Q., ,. A ' Q . ,, -H" X 'L Lf :gif ' ig.. 6' T ' . X r x ,,,,,,c, 5 X ,, IP an if ee s ., ,,,l,,,,,.,.,,, , , :- Ia - ' i . A . - JZ ,,,,.v,,:rr, .V fTe!f'f.2i"i2'::iEs3 FSH F1 ' , ,R t an 1 wig , 'kd V, X 5 t 1 A: 3 'ff ., .-,-,.:,:f.4f : . - . 4. f f 1 f of A ' ' X R to i x X QR ? 1 S X gjflglis ja. 3313431 Q K M sr 4 .K wig 4 were S qi W, X ,L ,ff F Mize, Ronald Retherford, William Schneider, Robert Warner, Jimmie Weeks, Sharon i iN i Y i Q i if at 35. 'ey . .. .aa-., . , Activities fudeut Cfauucil 9' .. if NW , i Seated, left to right: M. Hollingsworth, M. Tinch, D. Mingc. D, Davis. M. 1 Ratcliff, G. Stivers, B. Hamilton, L. Presley, B. Satterfield, F. Shimek. C. Gillen, C. Gabbard, P. Grub, j. Stapleton. Standing: M. Rirtcliff. S. Tewcll. ' A. Hudson. Prexfdenl Ad,-j , ,,,4 BARB HANIILTON MR. KESSLER Its purpose shall be to solve problems that arise in daily school life and provide a closer relationship between students and faculty. They investigate and report on all matters referred to it by the Principal, the faculty of the student body, make recommendations to the student body on any point desirable for the school. Second, JEAN TIMBERLAKE Fmt, JUDY SMITH Tbzrd, ELAINE HARP I Speak For Democracy By JUDY SMITH I speak for democracy because I am an American and my country was born out of the desire for freedom. The desire for freedom is inborn in all people. It was this urge to be free of religious persecution that made the Pilgrims set sail for America. It was this desire for freedom that was the spirit behind the men who left their footprints on the sands of time at Lexington, at Concord, at Bunker Hill. This was the magnetic force which drew the men of Valley Forge through the agonies of that bitter cold winter. America would be free from tyrants! America was freed from tyrants, but it has not 'been an easy road to keep her free. More wars have been fought and on the battle fields of the Argonne Forest, Anzio, and Iwo Jima, Okinawa, and Korea, men heard the roar of planes, saw the devas- tation bombs wrought, saw men ripped apart by shells- to keep democracy alive and strong. Because I live in a democracy I can wake on Sunday morning to the melodic peal of church bells. I can listen and pick out the bells of my own church. My church-that means something, it means freedom of religion. I can worship our Lord as I see fit in the place of my choice. I can go to a public school and learn about my govern- ment. I have the choice of many subjects which I may take during my school years. I can read a newspaper and know that there is truth in what is printed there. I can speak my mind without fear. Fear is not my shadow. To many, America is a dreamg a goal they must reach. To countless others America is a reality, a goal reached. America has opened her arms to them and sheltered them and comforted them as a mother a child. The inscription on thevstatue of liberty, who stands watch in New York Harbor, gives hint of the promise America holds for them, "Keep, ancient land, your storied pomp," cries she with silent lips. "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses, yearning to be free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless tempest-tossed, to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door." Democracy is a government of the people, in its purest form exercised by- them directly, in a representative democracy of republic through their chosen representa- tives. No iron hand casts a shadow over America, democracy sheds its bright light. Our leader is a people's leader. Whatever he does he is responsible to the people. Americans vote for the persons they think will be best able to fill the tremendous positions of governing a democratic nation. Our laws are made and passed by people we put into office because we feel we are secure in their hands. Democracy is at work all over this great nation of ours. It never rests. It keeps on growing and gathering momen- tum. It runs hand in hand with the farmer tilling his soil, the businessman in conference, the mill hand run- ning his huge piece of machinery, the people bustling about the busy city streets, the lawyer presenting his case before an unbiased judge and jury, the mother caring for her home and family. Democracy has cleared every hurdle ,so far, and I believe because of the growing determination of other countries to be free and stay free that it will overcome any obstacle in future paths. America is the pattern for these countries and peoples because America truly is government of the people, by the people, and for the people. COLLINS MARKET 931 S. Main Street Phone 6-7501 Sefziar flamrr Sacicfy Sitting, left to right: D. Snider. A. Sears, J. Wliisman, P. Holweger, B. Satterfield, R. Shane. Y. Morton, B. Moore, B. Hamilton. Standing: C. Gustin, K. Collier, P. Mcffandless, S. Mitchell. li. Scearce, V. Hilton, B. Morey, J. Mears, R. Hatton, G. Moore. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ,W X 1 X. I s 'f 5 , 2' 1 ? 7 S 5 if Tl Prwidezlt Adi 'iwf 'C BOB MR. BROW National Honor Society SCEARCE N Seal PURPOSE The purpose of this organization shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of American secondary schools. Annnnl Sfnffs Senior Staff Q - Ad1'i.mf, MR. JULIAN :,.. .- I - . . 'VAV1 Left to right: J. Whisiiwan, D. Sniden Art Eds.g B. Hamilton, Bus. Man.g P. Holweger, - . - 2 qvvbl M Lit. Ed.. Bob Scearce. Ed. Middle row: J. Mears, Act. Ed.g S. Phillips, D. Carpenter, Adv. Eds.g D. Campbell, Subs. Ed. Back row: N, Rossman. Subs. Ed.g J. Timberlake. Sp. Ed. A. 1. Missing: S. Owenh, Ass't. Ed.g C. Gustin, Lit. Ed. V . : P I d.-' . If ' .bi as E in c 1ef,BOB SCEARCE yunwr I . . A .- - ilii Q Left to right: R. Dwyer, Sp. Ed.: rl. Holton. Adv. Mgxxg P. McCandless. Lit. Ed.1 bl. Smith, Bus. Mgrg R. Shane, Subs. Ed.. L. Scholl. Act. Ed.g L. Theiss. Art Ed.g A. Swink. Asst Ed.1 R. Hatton, Ed. 417 S. Main Street LLOYD H. RITZ Phone 6-6322 Che Hats' Meow First row, left to right: S. Mclntyre, S. Sturgis, A. Walters, P. Mellot, B. Janney, R. Mayor, D. johns, B. Emrick, F. Shiemeclr, J. Taylor, S. Logan. Third row: D. Ridell, S. Towsend, S. long, J. Rhude, R. Marshall, O. Berger, Mrs. Barkalow, A. Swink, J. Smith, E. Harp, E. Rose, J. Tim- berlake, B. Bradley. Standing: R. Jeffery, T. Priest, D. Carpenter, C. Rolson, R. Dwyer. M. Priest. The goals of the Cat's Meow are to represent the greatest number of students through accurate and interesting feature and news articles. The staff sets as its immediate aim that each issue be better than its preceding one. The editor this year was jean Timberlake, assistant editor, Mary Howard, news editor, Judy Smithg sports editor, Ernie Roseg business manager, Elaine Harp, and advertising manager, Grant Bradley. Editor of the Mimeograph paper, "News Notes" was Arlene Swink. Edilar-in-Chief Adrimr JEAN TIMBERLAKE MRS. BARKALOW SPH sl' 0 Si 95 et' lm" 4, J sz 1, S scnoaasnc 2 ' ' ROTC 'fy 5 Z olsnzsaurosz S FJ. xx fy? ., Q' 6' A ss not df Mu rr!" Zibrariaus as First row, left to right: UI. Bowman. M. Carpenter, D. Snider, J. Wfhisman. H. Beatty. Second row' A. Hudson. B. Priest, M. Bowermastcr, M. Black. J. Blackburn, L. Priest. .Quill and Scroll Left to right: J. Smith, E Harp, E. Rose, B. Scearce, B Bradley, J. Timberlake. M Howard. THE MINDLIN'S latin 61116 ...af Front row, left to right: J. Warden. B. Carpenter, J. Towson, A. Gregg, M. Powell, F. Shimek, S. Hall. M. Gephart, D. Powell, M, E. Kindred. E. Kinzer, A. Bindley. G. Childers, J, Vfoods, N. Riddell, B, Peters, Second row: S. Combs, H. Beachler, C. Ward, L. Orndorf, L. Jones, J. Antler- son, B. Etter, H. Bady, T. Hoffman, J. Carter. P. Ricker, B. Masoner, S. Logan, D, Schmidt, E. Philpot. Third row: J. Clark, D. Fitzgerld, J. Roth, D. Baily, M. McClain, J. Dalton, J. Thomas, J. Adrimf Norton, J. Sullivan, L. Harp, V. White, D. Scholl, G. Sturgis. MR. COYLE " l6irc11lz1 dzsfillano " Adrimr MR. PEREZ Front row. left to right: L. Johns, M. Kinder, M. LeRoy, B. Janney, K, Collier. Second row: H. Bent- lcy, K. Harris, S. Musen, L. Parker, M. Watts, B. Hamilton, J. Workman, J. Collier. Third row: F. Duff, J. Young, B. Raleigh, P. Johnsen, N. Gustin, R. Shane, V. Eversole, D. Hollon, W. Yocum. Fourth row: J. Gribble, J. Timberlake, D. Davis, M. Smith, N. Hopkins, T. Minge, J. Griffith, J. Dishun. BILL'S MARATHON North Dixie Highway ZZ. 5 OFFICERS First row: J. Smith, S. Phillips, P. Holweger, P. McCandless, B. Satterfield. Second row: M. Ratcliff, K. Collier, C. Updyke, J. Warden, B. Logsdon, L. johns, S. Townson, V. Eversole, E. Oldham, P. McGaha, K. Harris. Third row: M. Leroy, J. Basore, V. Winkler, N. Purkey, J. Stapleton, D. Rowe, S. Mitchell, R. Hatton, S. Owens, S. Hall, J. Mears, B. Hamilton. Fourth row: Mr. Brown, J. Nock, N. Rossman, Y. Morton, T. Hoffman, E. Orondorf, M. Kinder, S. Tewell, M. Watts, E. Harp, N. Matthews, S. Gordon, Mr. Perez. Fifth row: B. Scearce, L, Musen, D. johns. Preridezzt Adrimr: PAT HOLWEGER MR. BROWN MR. PEREZ Auyml ff gal ZHV4 First row, left to right: Marilyn Robinson, Pat Mellott, Gloria Mason, Charlene Koettel. Marilyn Duff, Pat Riddell, Phyllis Miller, Sara Hatfield, Second row: Margie Hipsher, Ruth Rhodus, Sara Patrick, Evelyn Moler, Mrs. Allen, Miss Jones, Joyce Alexander, Carol Miller, Nancy Purkey, Doris Mullins. Third row: Carolyn Edwards, Anna Parker, jane Evans, Ruth Evans, Nancy Duncanson, Marilyn Black, Dcloris Kindred, Martha Conley. Elaine Harp. Rena Staton, Barbara Harrell, Eleanor Moler. Ad'1'i.rrn'.f MRS. ALLEN RUSS JON ES OFFICERS Top row, left to right: Carolyn Edwards, Song Lead er1 Pat Mellot, President: Gloria Mason, Treasurer Elaine Harp, Vice Presidentg jane Evans, Secretary Uri-HP lf Front row, left to right: S. Bennett. M. Ratcliff, S. Phillips, P. Holweger, C. Upclyke, M. Carpenter J. Doty. L. Hayes. Second row: R. Shane, V. Winkler, D. Campbell, B. Satterfielcl, J. Lain, M Wright, R. Hatton, B. Logsclon, J. Evans. Third row: S. Towson, J. Whisnuan, S. Owens, Y. Morton S. Moore, M. Kinder, L. johns, J. Parker, D. Moore, R. Purkey, S. Kirby. Fourth row: C. Koctell M. Watts, A. Sears, J. Nock, J. Hill, B. Etter. N. Small. C. Miller, N. Rossman. Fifth row: A, Hurt N. Purkey, S. Musen, B. Hamilton, J. Mears, S. Mitchell, D. Snider. P. McCandless, C. Gustin, K Lucas, P. MCGaha, K. Collier, P. Swartz. ,4dv1Zs'ars Miss Zora Habcggar ,Miss jean Kawman Hi- V 3, A Left to right: G. West, C. Rolsin, D. Bolen, D. Carpenter, D. johns, G. Hayes. Second row: 3 C. Hutchinson, L. Scholl, J. Dalton, G. janny, Al Smith, L. Musen. Third row: M. Smith, . .fr R. Priest, T. Dishun, j. Timberlake. Fourth row: R. Carpenter, J. Sullivan, j. Updyke, S, Wertz. A R. Clevenger, J. Collier. Fifth row: J. Hoffer, R. Hillar, J. Mears, K. Hoffer. D. Davis, J. Musen Sixth row: D. Brandenburg, T. Litch. L. D. BROWN Adriror OFFICERS P,-mdfnf ,............... DALE CARPENTER , X 4 " Vire Pre5iden1 .,... ...,,.. D AVID JOHNS if swam-y ............ ........., J IM MUSEN 'ff Tm1.f1n'er .........,............,..,.. GARY XVEST C0-Cbtlflfaillf ................ GILBERT HAYES R' S and CLARENCE ROLSIN fabsentj 'Sf ' up Sergeani-af-Armr .............. J. D. HOFFER '-9,,.f ,,,4P- Speech gfllb JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "You Can't Take It With You." Front row, left to right: D. Powell, B. Peters. B. Emrick, M. Gessner, J. Hill. J. Basore, Y Morton, V. Winkler, S. Phillips, P. Holweger, B. Satterfield, M. Watts, N. Rossman, S. Tewell. B. Hamilton, J. Mears, Allegra Gregg, N. Riddell, P. Mellot, B. Harrell. Second row: B. Masoner S. Lee, S. Logan, C. Gabbard, J. Woods, M. Powell, F. Schemik, G. Childers, S. Combs. R Purkey, D. Hawthorne, L. Johns, J. Parker, K. Collier, M. Kinder. C. Stevens, J. Timberlake, A Swink, B. Masoner, M. Welsh, N. Gustin, L. Long. Third row: B. Baker. J. Lain, P. Miller, W Harp, J. Evans, P. Swartz, J. Dalton, C. Koettel, S. Kirby, L. Jones, D. Shoup. B. Etter, M Baily, L. Mynheir, S. Musen, M. LeRoy, P. McCandless, S. Towson, J. French, B. Janney, L Theiss, D. Rowe, E. Orndorf, S. DeJarnett. Fourth row: D. Fitzerald, B. Brown, B. Cook, L Musen, D. Scholl, G. Sturgis, J. Anderson, K. Harris, J. Smith, M. Gebhart, B. Riley. M Wesling, R. Braden, J. Parker, D. Johns, B. Bradley, P. Rossman, L. Harris, R. Shane, L. Priest E. Ross. Fifth row: V. Eversole, D. Campbell, M. Ratcliff, S. Bennett, N. Peterson, C. Taylor, R Sibert, R. Daliboa. L. Scholl. G. Hayes. Uzrec' One-Avis "You must pay the rent!" "But I can't pay the rent!" All this and more set the scene for "Little Nell." Poor Little Nell, CNancy Rossmanj, is being comforted by her care-worn mother, CMarcia Wattsj, while the villain, QClyde Taylorj, fights with the hero, Uerry Clarkj. Father, CLarry Schollj, looks on. Dissatisfied humans, a disgusted judge, and a Devilish Imp contributed to the plot of "The Exchange." Shown in his last pose, Gary Sturgis, flmpj, laughs dia- bolically. Next on the exchange bench are: Tony Daliboa, CPoor Manj, Nancy Peterson, QVain Womanj, David johns, fRich Manj and David Bolen, fthe judgej. Director MISS DOWNS A one-armed man with an obsession is Pete Rossman in "Where The Cross Is Madef' Margot Leroy, standing to his right, played his worried sister, Sue Bart- lett. Pete and jim Parker, Qthe doctorj, hold Captain Bartlett, fLloyd Harrisj, who died of a heart-attack. Reaching for an imaginary treasure are Warren Barry and Gilbert Hayes, two imaginary sailors. fWon an excellent rating at the Thespian Festivalj B651 lVi.s'be,r from GOOD CAMERA Q , MQ: I sal vi 1 V1 A - , W ff: 3 A . A , .932 J Fw' Q 32" A x A A Y 1 '1 . 'i ,. Q 5 ' ' S , f M 1 3 is 1 L Z T' ff J if , , 1 1, 3.L:,1 .f A W' w 'N A , v ' , i V ,,,.f'j' 'ff' ' X . . I ' Q ' ' LK A ' ' had P fx ' ' A a'f,5. ,QQ jv 4. . . . . . Q- w-fiJ W - 'MWH 'FN 9' 'mx ' ff 1-W V --f I 5 . L, i 52 A X 1 ,5 14 . '7- du if f K a: BRENDA GRETA LINDA . Q I Drum Jlfiajarette CAROL UPDYKE Gamluctor RICHARD WALLICK Baud Oyccrs Pffiidffli Vice Pfefident Serretary-Trearurer CLARENCE ROLSON JIM MUSEN BARBARA SATTERFIELD xens Not present: S. Parker. Girb' Glen' 61110 Frnnt row, left to right: C. Wi1i'd, S. Lugan. S. Phillips, A. Hudsnn. l.. Tlwinpswn, C. Gillcn, Bl. Carpenter. M. Gehhurt, M. Wl1it11kc1', P, Dunn, B. Coffey, S, Dexlmnette, J, Dcpew, D. Kindred. Second row: bl. Nock. M. XYf'hitalcer, F, Shimeclc, A, Bindley, W, Hampton, P, Hgirvillc, B. Raby, R. Robinson, J. Lain, R. I-Intron, rl, Hill. N. W'ildcr, K, DeHart, B. Carpenter. L. Henderson, R. Stnton, R. Evans R. Shane, N, Wilsrmn. Pr. Hatfield. Third row: A, Wg1ltei's, V. Smith. S. Comhs. P, Mcllott, I.. Henderson, sl. jeffrey, Z. Henry, Nl. Anderson, M, Reed, B, Adkins, M. Hency, S, Owens, FI. More B..l1lai'i'cll, V. Smith, rl. W'hisman, B. Tinch, R. Rhndus, D. Mullins, rl. Hart, B. Garrett, G. Mason 01,016 Crm Vnm! Arlllfff Adziwr BORDENS MARKET 12 W. Second St. Franklin, 6-6141 ical S. Phillips. Left tn right: R. Hutton, M. Gcwlmrt, R. Shane. vl. Blaukhurn. Nl. Rzltfliffi, S. N l Q DV Mixed Hhorus Front row, left to right: S. Hopkins, S. Mitchell, B, Garrett, B. Ralcigli, N. Rice, M. Wiwlfc. Scfontl row: D. Spies, N. Matthews, D. Norvcll, K. Harris, B. Peters, S. Towson, P. Riclccr, R. Striton, R. Evans, -I. Doty, Third row: J, Stuton, B. Charlton, S. Parker, S. -iltllllalfl, S. Owens, D. Snitlcr, M. Henry. J. Nock, E. Philpot, D. Srlimitlt, R. Triicy, B. Adkins, C. Senften. Fourth row: R. Sclincitlcr, R. Hines, T. Powell, I.. Scholl, -I. Glossip, G. Hayes, C. Rolsin, VI. Norton, E. Brown, D. Millar, R. Anderson, W. Hopkins, VI. Roth, -I. Owslcy. Hays' Glen' 611111 Front row, left to right: T. Stacy, Miss Bowman, D. Fitzgerald. Second row: D. Norvell, J, Norton, R. Hipsher, D. Bolen, C. Rolsin, L. Musen. MEEKER X MFEKIZR 519 South Main 6-6406 Varsity " " First row, left to right: Richard Morton, j. D. Hoffer, Richard Norvell. Bob Bowling, Ruston Hopkins, Jerry Parker. Second row: Bob Stickelman, Dale Carpenter, jim Elam, Bill Nemcir jim Mears. Larry Musen. Henry Robinson. Third row: Burl Bradley. Gary West. Drive Daniels Coachg Gene Smith, Vernon Helton. MR. DANIELS, Adziwr OFFICERS Left to right: Jim Elam. Vice Presidentg Dirk Norvell, Trensurerg D. Hoffer, Secretary. Absent from picture: Henry Robinson. Pres- ident, GJV4. First row. left to right: W. Hampton, N. Gustin, L. Lain, P. Harville, M. Real. M. Carpenter, G. Moore, Y. Morton. S. Kirby, J. Evans, B. Raby, S. Logan, A. Hudson, E. Kinzer. C. Gabbard. Second row: E. Orntlorf, C. Gillen, L. Mylineir. R. Staton, J. Basore, M. Gessner, B. Emrick. J. Hill, S. Moore, M. Pitts. S. Tewc-ll, J. Harris. I. Mullins, P. Swartz, D. Arbaugh, V. Eversole, A. Swink, J. Dalton, R. Rolsin. Third row: L. Swink, J. Lankford, R. Robinson. J. Monk, D. Rowe, L. Johns. B. Janncy. J. Parker, B. Etter, D. Hawthorne, M. Kinder, M. Bailey, N. Small, P. Stringer, L. Long, L. Parker, J. Lain. R. Purkey, L. Jones, D. Shoupe, S. Musen, C. Stevens. Z ,L . 5 , J. l 8' 1 5 Iqdlliflll' Serrctary Sauntlra Kirby: rl-l'L'LlSl.ll'CI', Jane Evansi P11-sitlsnt, Yxonne lxllilltlfll Vita Prcsitlcnt. Gloria Moore. MRS. HARTLEY Visual Aids Adl'f.t'Ill' MR. HOWE 'QHQ at ,MW. Top row, left to right: J. Bridges. G. l-larville. H. Robinson. R. Hines. Middle row: J. Parker. D. Carpenter. B. Perry. Bottom row: G. Brown. D. Cummings. Palm! Hays Top row, left to right: D. Jorclan. M. Hollon. V. White, L. Lee. R. Staples, L. House. L. Jeffery. D. Richards. J. Phillips. Middle row: B. Sullivan, D. Stringer, J. Cafferty, R. Almney, T. Clayton. R. Hineline. Bottom row: C. Carpenter, R. Marshall fCapt.J, J. Rose. J. Dearth. J. Fox. Adrimf' MR. BROXVN If-flaming.. M W . HQ.- ' i PATROL C231 PATRBL M 8: T SERVICE STATION lflil S, River Street Phone 6-73311 Friendly Service DAVE DANIELS Head Football Coach Reserve Basketball Coach Sparf- Uma MICKEY McDADE I-lead Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach JERRY WOODS Assistant Football Coach CLYDE HELSINGER junior Hi Football Coach Baseball Coach COLEEN HARTLEY Girls' Athletic Director i., q I RAY PEREZ Junior Hi Basketball Coach J-fetneeenning Qneen and Her Attendants QIICFU Scuiur BEV FMRICK ' Scnim. Senior XVILLIAM E, TAYLOR Cu-Cawt. VC'nrren Barr crowns I Queen Bev as her escort Rus Dwyer looks nn. BEVERLY EMRICK Hnmeroming Queen of 1956 The Queen and her court , M, - -pw,grfre:1.:z.-wwf-M1144irwwmj, ff41mH HENRY ROBINSON CHARLES GAMPHOR RON HILLARD GENE SMITH ' " 'f' G' . J End Emi IJLHL ll Il C.1p!Jif1 TOD I5I'RROI'QH5 STEVE EATON RONNIE TICI2 IXIIKI2 SINIITH Gimrd Q1z.1rIu'f1.1ri T.n'H4 limi RICHARD HOSKINS -IOHN ROBINSON GORDON HOIION DANNY ROBINSON ' 1 Cfwlh 1' GVIIJVJ GII.II'd 5.1: f 1 ,,,...-and-lb I I I GORDON HOLLON JIM MEARS PAUL THOMAS Center Barb Tarkle T' ig ... First row, Icft to right: P. Thoiuxis, H. Robinson, Captiairu Eaton, J. Robinson. Second row: G. Hollon. D. Robinson, -I. Mears, T. Burroughs. Third row: G. Smith, M. Smith. C, Gamphor, R, 'l'iu.', R, Hillurd. Manager, joe Sullivan. HOUSE OF DRUGS Rexall SPRINGFIELD CATHOLIC Sept. 17 I 13-6 The Franklin Wildcats got their season off to a good start by defeating Springfield Catholic, 13-6. Chuck Hillard accounted for both touchdowns and the one conversion, as he went over the end-zone in the first and third quarters. Springfield's only goal was made on a pass play in the last quarter by Johnson. The game was played at Springfield. MIAMISBURG Sept. 23 7-6 The Miamisburg Vikings avenged themselves from last year September 23, as they defeated Franklin 7-6. Miamisburg's only touchdown came in the second quarter, when Dick Weidner plunged over from the three-yard line. The try for the extra point by Weidner was good. Chuck Hillard made Franklin's touchdown early in the third quarter. The Vikings stopped Bob Bowling's attempt for the conversion. Franklin defeated Miamisburg 13-0 last year at the Viking field. The game this year was played in Wildcat territory. FAIRFIELD Sept. 30 19-O Franklin won its first Mid-Miami League game September 30, as they romped over Fairfield, 19-O. Bob Bowling scored in the first quarter, as he galloped over from the 15- yard line. Chuck Hillard's conversion attempt was good. A pass from Bill Nemcic to Hillard accounted for a 60-yard touchdown sprint early in the third quarter foiled by the Indians. Bill Nemcic ran for the third touchdown, late in the last quarter. No conversion was made. BEAVERCREEK Ort. 8 6-0 Franklin's second defeat came at the hands of Beavercreek, there, October 8. Beaver- creek trounced the Wildcats 6-0 in a Mid-Miami League contest. A pass recovery by Dan Shellabarger, in the third quarter, gave Beavercreek its scoring opportunity. The Beavers worked their way up the field until Bob Koogler crashed over for the only score in the game. XEN IA WOODROW WILSON Oct. 14 7-6 The Wildcats suffered their third defeat on Homecoming night, October 14. League Champions Xenia Woodrow Wilson bested Franklin 7-6. The Cadets' only touchdown came in the first quarter after Xenia's Woodson intercepted a Wildcat pass and ran 72 yards to score. The conversion attempt was successful. Franklin scored in the last quarter, but their quarterback sneak for the extra point failed, and the Cadets won 7-6. 423 South Main Street THE MARY E. FISHER SHOPPE LEBANON Oct. 21 7-O The Lebanon Indians suffered at the hands of the Wildcats, 7-0, October 21, on the Warrior field. This was the third win for the Wildcatsg and the second Mid-Miami best. The scoring play for the Franklin team came in the third quarter. Bill Nemcic pitched out to Bob Bowling, who then threw a long pass to Gene Smith. Smith fell into the end-zone to score. The extra point was good by Chuck Hillard. NORTHRIDGE Off. 27 54-20 Franklin fell to its third league defeat, October 27, as the Northridge Polar Bears avenged a last year's trouncing by the Wildcats. Northridge won 34-20. The Polar Bears made light of the Wildcat defense as they crashed through for three touchdowns in the first half, and two in the second. Franklin's touchdowns came in the first half, the Wild- cats coming close to a tie when Chuck I-Iillard ran 59 yards to hit pay dirt. WILMINGTON Nm: 4 7-0 Franklin continued its set of heartbreaking losses as they were edged by Wilmington, November 4, 7-0. The game was a defensive battle until the fourth quarter when Wil- mington pushed across the goal for their only score. The game was played at the local field. MONROE N012 11 53-0 Franklin's crippled squad struggled through a sophomore and frosh-manned game to come out on the losing end of their last game, 33-O, Monroe. The win assured Monroe of third place in the Mid-Miami League. Touchdowns were made in all quarters but the first, by Bob Garvey, Darliss Miller, Stanley Fultz, and St. Clair Leavell C2j. The Hornets were successful in three of their conversion attempts. The contest left Franklin with a 5-6 win- loss record for the year. 706 Tibbals Street MONTGOMERY'S Phone 6-6479 kk 'Y "a"1 ,pw Hheerlmders Varsity Left to right: Lola Parker, Marilyn Gessner, head cheerleaderg Linda johns, Sharon Towson Kc-na Lucas, Lois Swink. juuiar HM: fi l Top: Sue Savage, jenkins. Sharon Mclntirc. Mary jane Hollingsworth, Amy Bindlcy, Judy Wocmds, Cecile S . w .W :H ? 3 .... w ..:1 W , r ha - fywwvgf-af-wi: 1:s,mfw5S A fl Q' T X 5 'SQ E x if I Qi as 'f 2 2 Q 5 'R Q .5 Mid-Miami Hhamps Bottom row, left to rightz j. Callahan, Managerg R. Morton. P. Rossmun, G. XX'est, B. Bradley. J. Parker. Top row: C. Rolsin. D. Carpenter. G. Smith. P. Lansdale, V. Helton. B. Bowling. M. Yocum. Manager. VARSITY SCHEDULE Wfe Springboro ........,.. ,,,,, 6 1 Locl-:land Wayne ..... ,.,,,, 7 3 Hamilton ...,,..... ,,,,, 5 4 Middletown .... ...,., 5 5 Lebanon .. ...... 69 Roosevelt ...,...,. ,..,V. 5 4 Eaton .................. ...... 5 2 Xenia Wilson ....... ,,..,. 5 4 Wilmington ..,.., ,,.,,, 7 0 Monroe ....... ,,,... 6 6 Miamisburg .... .. 50 Fairfield .,,,,,...... ,,.,,, 6 5 Wilber Wright ,..,. ..,,,, 6 9 Beavercreek ..,...., ,,,,,, 8 7 Northridge ..,.. ...... 7 7 Fairview ..... ...... 7 2 Lebanon ..... ...... 8 1 T 50 76 75 77 51 65 72 51 69 41 51 57 91 77 55 50 72 hey RECORD Regular Season .......... Mid-Miami League ........................ 71 10 11 6 6 O Real Effate Broker' MARY JANE SHAW Franklin-Red Lion Road Phone 6-6784 Kescrve Squad Bottom row, left to right: D. Sliotwell, A. Freeman, j, Hollon. T, Fugute, R. Dawson. Top ruvi: S. Eaton, T, Powell, D. Davis, j. Dalton. Springboro .,,,,,,,,,t,,, Lockland Wayne Hamilton ...,..,.t, Middletown . Lebanon .. Roosevelt .,..,.. Eaton .,.........,..,, Xenia Wilson ., Wilmington .... Monroe ........, Miamisburg ,,.,.t Fairfield ...,...... Wilber Wright Beavercreek .....,..,, Northridge ..,... Fairview .,..... Lebanon .... We 45 38 33 40 52 41 47 42 51 53 60 54 47 40 71 41 57 621 Park Ave. RESERVE SCHEDULE 141111 lm! 10 7 5 l They 33 RECORD 41 69 71 Regular Season .....,.,t. 46 Mid'Miami League ....,. 61 32 39 53 47 X -lr 46 ix 48 ls V "' M A X? 55 ,Q 36 fi 1- 40 1 41 FUGATE REPAIR SHOP Exfleff Body lyfnrb Gif ' Varsity and Kescrve GIRLS, RESERVE Left to right: janet Taylor, Susie Tewell, Shel- by Moore, Mary Pitts, Czrptaing Sue Ellen Ben- nett, Lola Parker, Janice Hill. he.. .V Ut. ,......t.t, iu.i...y.. vemm Virgie Eversole, Pat Stringer, Jean Basore, Co Captain, Sondra Kirby, Manager, Gloria Moore Co-Captaing Bobby Jo Tewell, Mary Howard Yvonne Mo1'ton. . , ,, r- .pq-1,-w:,:,,ii,,tt-s,,f.. -i.t:-we . -' , .,, Iw-swpt,R,w fi 1 14 7 V - ji ' 154 Q5 . .'fX-2? -L1 b L- ' M22 X r . K YQ.. W iii: 5 Q, - A .. 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LAYMAN M.D. Qffaieifan LUMBER COMPANY 2 X' OifETTEQL-IBER scssnctxm 14" Mn. " '-""' Franklin, Ohio Phone 6-6474 Complimenfs of ZW 717 MMM' QM . MQ A PPLI A N C ES DIAMONDS-WATCHES-JEWELRY Dial 6-7I6I 409 Main S . FRANKLIN' Olhno 449 Soufh Main Complimen+s of TAT-I-ERSHALL Wifi HZQWMZA D. D.S. DRY CLEANERS 550 Sou1'h Main S+ree+ Phone 6-624l TDC DRY CLEANING THOROUGH-DEPENDABLE COURTEOUS THE HOWE MOTOR COMPANY Serving 'l'he Franklin - Middlelown Area Over 33 Years SALES SERVICE PARTS Aulhorizecl Chevrolel' Dealer for lhe Franklin - Middlelown Area l70l Cen'l'raI Avenue Phone 2-6328 Micldlelown, Ohio fmt Quad 7nd f o Dixie Highway FRANKLIN, OHIO L 95 VICTORY RESTAURANT- DRIVE IN X i N nh X Q afmfbmenfs af STONE CONTAINER CORPORATION Franklin Div. PLANTS Franklin, Ohio Mansfield, Ohio Mobile, Alabama Philadelphia, Pa. Ceshoclon, Ohio Chicago, Illinois CompIimen'l's of THOMAS D. MCLAUGHLIN and JOHN J. KEIL Architects LIMA. OHIO FUNERAL HOME Funeral Ambulance Service 1 ri I 17 u, . ,XI ' r F .' IL-40-I D N .I,I' :'I X-is iil LT X 55144 Lic. Iuji nu ,fy Er- I- .X 914 , 5, MII-Q! if-. If f gl.. . 52 ' -1 FU FRANKLIN, OHIO Dedicafed 'Io Serve You as You Wish +o Be Served in Ihe Time of Need W X Service by Appoin'I'men'I' Phone 6-65I I WHOLESALE RETAIL SPORTING GOODS ' Corner, Firs+ and Jefferson SI'ree+s X I DAYTON 2, OHIO X gr- f xx, , .' was ' I IJXI Se N i I to 5 ",' f I I XBARBER X I ' '- Q x X 0 SHOP I ' X X, 'fi Phone: HE. 2as4-5-an-a K ' llull"' l'I:::lllll"" l-lowarcl Paper' Mills lnc MAXWELL PAPER CO. DIVISION North River Street I l if A f""--""'x 'Q ' - A 0 FRANKLIN ICE N ' fl AND PARTY sERvlc:E 3 l vi , R We Deliver f Qi? Ph 6-7212 A :L 4 xxx 443 Zljnal Street B x mt!S'.'..,,f FRANKLIN , NATIQNAL BANK 51 ' 400 s.Ma1n '44 , ' 9 F k1'n, oh' 5 ,9 Ph 6 6496 Mm? 72 if BUILDING ,. LOAN Assoc ummom H... , ,,V, 2, ,.., ,. ,, 4, , ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,,..,,,,...,,,.... ,.,,,,., ,. -Y V . . , ' ' " ' " M ' ' ' " " ' ' ' ' A ' ' ' M!AM1 'w',l.LEl'F B'L'ELDiYfS E: i,.iQ"?AN ASSN. , , , . ,, , , ...T ,, .,., .W , ,,,.,,,,,,.,..,,,1,,,. . . ,, , T 1 i T we ., " ' f , ' .1 W' 1 A ' 1 5 1, wr ,5,MLq.,. .,,,,,,r,.,r,,,,,,, ..,, ,.i...,., , .. ,. .,.,,........W.W-wr,W-W..,,,,.rE 1,149.1-'dr'gwfA'51'1e,-1wfxmzvx ,T Wg'gw""':"Qv',"'w""s 'W' "" f " " " W Mm M ... W, ...Wi W .3 T , ,M 1' Y, . . ,A . ,, , V ,V Wa r X X X TE' . 7 A Safe and Conserva+ive Place fo Inves+ Your Money for Assured Refurns 42 ON ALL DEPOSITS May We Serve You and +he Communify H. L. CHENEY, Presiclenf J. T. RILEY, AHorney and Vice Presidenf J. R. Miller, Secrefary BOARD OF DIRECTORS E. H. Bindley Walfer FiHs Joseph H. Fedders Kiwi? Manufacturers FRANKLIN, OHIO WARREN COUNTY Use Better Paper The Best A Papers Are go Made Af? 2,6 from Qi? 25 Rags f' is MWQIQM? 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Ohio ' F u I D N E Manufachzren wifiilzsi of Wagelwousg v Squerg Feeds 5 Znd: R.R. e L9 S 'L Q M Q Esnbl1fhedl927 O UAREI DEAL ALL jx?- FUNERAL HOME Souih Main Sireei' LON MFRS OF x-X' G V' . 0 A s P H A L 1 0 ROLL noorluos Q HsxAGoNAL SHINGLQS Q ASPHALT snrulurzo rel.: lu noor commas - noor cement P PERMA-TAB sQuAns-sun sHlNGl.:s : :vmmmorn sauna-sun smusus Z If Lock TYPEASPHALTSHINGLES if Asn:-:ALT non. slnnnes cumulus Paxrzns r L o o an G A? r:l.r Qgo 4 ly 0 KLIN, The FRANKLIN CHRONICLE PRINTERS PUBLISHERS Since I875 Publishers of THE CHRONICLE, FranI:Iin's Home+own Newspaper Prin+ers of THE CAT'S MEOW and THE ACORN 4I7 Anderson S+ree+ Franklin Phone: SHadyside 6-6466 COMPLIMENTS of HUMPHREYS STCRE 327 SouI'h Main SI. Franklin, Ohio RUPPERT BUICK SALES AND SERVICE Better Buy Used Cars 20I Nor'rh River S+. Phone 6-6409 Franklin. Ohio The CHARLES A. MAISH COMPANY Oxford Road Phone 6-647 l Complimenls of O. WILLIARD HOFFMAN M D New Owners KUPFER BROS. CO. BEST W'5HE5 Two ASTOR PLACE TO New York 3, N.Y. THE SENIORS OF 56 From The Annual Staff HAMlLTON'S GARAGE Fourlh and Canal Slreel FRANKLIN, OHIO On The corner of Fourih and Canal Slreel, Slands a garage +hal"s really neal'. l'r's 'lhe Hamillon garage, Selling Plymoulh and Dodge. Buy one: use your head inslead of your fe ei' 1 llff N U R S E R Y eww RUSS . qlnnullnlnnl WHOLESALE RETAIL fzffflltfffdyiiiy GM. wanna " LAMSON ,. Terry Weidle Penny Weidle CONGRATULATIONS DRESS SHOP and -63,23---' , BEST WISHES l Wm,xA' +o , ffffffc' ' sENloRs or 1956 29 Eas+ Third Sfreef MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Phone 6-6I I2 I7l2 Germanfown Road MIDDLETOWN, OHIO Phone 2-360l CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES to the Class of '56 SQ A sv Q36 oe NZ? 49 x 49 f .1 XA G9 Complimenis of PATRICK'S BEST WISHES to sol-no SERVICE STATION 5eni0fS Of T955 l00 Soufh Main Ph. 6-7330 AL'S ONE HOUR CLEANERS THlRKFlELD'S STORE 350 S. Main S+. Franklin, Ohio Phone 6-6457 1- nn , COQKEE-is VEGETABLES - 5 eg, I Ml I M 'vel' E if ! I E ii X GRCCERY A auf , 2' 4- l . O o ' 0 I I O O I O O O O O O O o V 6 O 0 O l' haul y HANKINSON, MARY Franklin, Ohio, English, Reading, Geography, A.B., West- ern College, M.A., Western Reserve. HOBSON, HUBERT Pikeville, Kentucky, Social Studies, A.B., Morehead State College. HOWE, HAZEL Columbus, Ohio, English, History, Reading, B.A., Capital University. KREUZER, HAZEL Columbus, Ohio, English, History, Reading, B.A., Capital University. RYAN, ELIZABETH Lorain, Ohio, Science, English, History, B.S. in Education, Miami University. SCI-IOLL, JANE Carlisle, Ohio, English, Arithmetic, Reading, A.B., More- head State College, M.A., Columbia University. SMALLWOOD, C. C. Morehead, Kentucky, English, Arithmetic, Reading, A.B., Morehead State College, M.A., University of Kentucky. SMALLWOOD, FLOSSIE Morehead, Kentucky, English, Arithmetic, Spelling, A.B., University of Kentucky, M.A., Columbia University. VICKERS DONALD Marietta, Ohio, Geography, Science, Spelling, B.S., Ohio University. VOIGT, JOHN W. Terre Haute, Indiana, Arithmetic, Spelling, Science, B.S., M.S., Indiana State Teachers College. Zzculfy WOOD, JERRY , Loveland, Ohiog History, Spelling, Science, B.S., Wilmington College. L , junivr High J-lomeraoms Jfighflz Grade Front row, left to right: H. Thorn, S. Swartz, M, Snowden, J. Smith, S. Toy. N. Wrcmda, L, Templin P. White, W. Stevens, A. Harris, M. Norvell, D. Vaughn, S. Cathcart, j. Yocum. Second row: P Townsend. M. Van Dyke, S, Wertz, T. Sorrell, D. Tinnerman. W. Stahley, Mrs. Ryan, D. Stringer P. Templin, M. Young, C. Robinett, W. Townsend, S. Lovely. Third row: H. Stacy, B. Tooley, K Wolfe, R. Smith, S. Townsend, C. Wilder, W. Workman, W. Spicer, H. Thompson, H. Whitaker R. Woodward. HOMEROOM 21 5 Armen Steel Corporation Q v 1 HOMEROOM 113 First row, left to right: M. Hampton. E. Cox, J. Cox, S, Evans, N. Coyle, M. Hollingsworth, D. Huff, C. Humphrey, B. Cronan. J. Isaacs, L. Dalton, E. Frye. Second row: R. Dennis, M. Hampton, T. Easton, R. Evans, S. Dalton, W. Epperson, Mr. Hobson, J. Riley, A. Freeman, H. Gentry, W. Gansheimer, L. Trotter, C. Hamilton. Third row: A. Evans, P. Day, P. Edwards, L. Etter, J. Abney, G. Allen, R. Dalton, W. Dearth, D. Darragh, C. Eisenmenger, 1. Edster, J. Deck, J. Green, M. Tinch. Szyhfh Grade HOMEROOM 207 First row left to right: A. Carpenter, P. Brown, M. Brown, V. Cloud, E. Dodson, K. Campbell, B. Back, N.,Allen, M. Bicknell, B. Allen, -I. White, M. Britton, N. Abrams, P. Cates, D. Bennett. Second row: P. Becraft, N. Braden, C. Collins, R. Byrd, E. Barger. F. Collins, D. Cauclrll, Miss ' ' r r l C. C r. Third row: W. Kreuzer, G. Boullann, B. Click, D. Brewer. C. Carpenter. T. Cayton. ar White, D. Arbaugh, L. White, F. Carpenter, D. Coffey, J. Brogan, J. Cummings, D. Bowermaster, D. Coffey, L. Hanes, D. Cavin, W. Clifford, J. Chasteen. CONOVER'S HARDXVARE 355 S. Main St. Franklin, Ohio 6-6001 .,., 1: - .,,A. .,w5Ma,,..,, s my f 2, wifi 2 Q N K xx, V V1 J. ' - , K WX , UW , 4 . ,M v 4 Y LLV,i,WL . .. ,. ,ALx,. ff,1 5 XVA i XL.Q w 5 ' -ff fl 4 Tlgfel ,...,.. ,,... .. ..,. 1, A Q.. in Q' H! K X 3? New ig: , 3345? W. ff X p F f W A ' g ,.,-A 1 wl ygx 155914 f1f1e,g.:S1q:A :'P7?:5:.sEZ5 1'g ' Qi' ' ? H 5. - . , . . , 4. ,fiigzefy ' s wr f 5 1 ,SSX i 11511. 2.55-32 3555 W W 'I '- -P' fl, Ulf' 4? .A 5 - 1. QM, . Q M HQ ,, g 1 vii W x ,kr SHP ,iw E X Ldh 0 Eg' 4- if ? T? W gf I K .wi .. .f ass, 41 i Q 1- Ji! , h mf ft - - ' 5 YW P S X 2 Z g g S g --fv V wg,-I-. WANG ,tl 1 ,,,, W Q f Ewa' F- 1 H m, 1 3 ,K 11? W. Q awk 1 Q if Q W wif! Q , -,Nl 22. 'fe M 'LLL if 'Y Q! f V T om 3 4, . z Q k , I M , 1 as 2 2. 1 ,M .s 5 Q K it X as ,Q it Q 5 3 -Sxf,,?Zxi Ns. ' Q-.sf U 4 "Q 5 ' f "nm-,I ls" ' K if . . :,g, r-: xz V , .L -. ' 1: - :a"' : .--- cf ' if f A . .L W -il, ,M 1 .,,: A . A, if HOMEROOM 108 First row, left to right: C. Staples, M. Sullivan, rl. Collins, P. Dalton, N. Hutchinson, S. Rossman, C. Stiver, H. Miller, S. Sturgis. L. Humston. Second row: S. Hull, M. Hyde, C. McKinney, F. Smoot, -I. Fitzpatrick, M. Stork, B. Beachler, L. McKinney, L. Snider, P. Hitte, R. Mayer. Third row: M. Schucraft, Burger. B. Sullivan. H. White, B. Sams, H. Stewart, -I, Alcorn, Mrs. Howe, -I. Ridener, C. Carpenter, R. Daniels, B. Gomia, R. Smith, H. Swafford. Seventh Grade Top row, left to right: J. Black, DI. Berger. E. Bryant, G. Bowling, W. Blevins, J. Dalton, R. Cates. Third row: G. Chambers. B. Back. B, Bentley. J. Beckett. M. Burroughs. G. Clendenin, Cafferty. C. Branson, G. Collins, P. Alexander. Second row: D. Ballinger, M. Back, C. Caudill, D. Banks, L. Caudill, C. Amburgey, Mr. Voigt, B. Back, B. Clevenger, B, Black, C. Cates, -I. Carmack. First row: N Carpenter, M. Clifford, R. Chasteen, S. Bowman, S. Banks, D. Helser, I. Barger, N. Ab- shear, S.. Adams, C. Bowermaster, P. Chrisman, R. Burress, VI. Clark, M. Stringer. Not pictured: R. Gillie, S. Hargis. R. Abney. HOMEROOM 203 URSCHELS SERVICE 201 S. Main St. Franklin, Ohio , -. ,M K .im .pw L.: 5 O' FQ 5, ,WV W :M ..,,L 1- is Q 'gn ..1,. j Q lei jk lin., df' ,- ny . -lk My 1 s ye "LAt....l?' , A - .5 -1-1:-W ' 1-4. if ff 'K' . .A ,wx up Q ,My Q Q11 ig dw KW ' ' Wa l . 5 52 -Q 1? 2,-F -gfa, ' 6 .. S QQ? k . -ve. fx, A 'P ,farm 4 1: 13 ,S K Q Af, - 11-, - f 1-,, -- A-if my - I 52" , 11133 ' 1 .. -4 , -,rl , ,- -- 2 f -SL -W - 2 5 ,M ' W" ZF' - f . 1 ,H A . 3- ,Q aan 126 7. 5 . 1' W ff Z ,ummm S21 4 Q., 4 QW JEL fm Q11 S Xl, 24 4'-iv ' IL" -if - ,. S? ..,gz" 5.1 Q 3 ' ye. .5315 X 'X' ,Q Q N 9 5? Q ,Ms ,, .,,,, Q 1'-2 ,--,A View 5f35fQL? isp ff f -ef 'QP if W ."f. ,WEL ' a--1 f 5 , T F 'E 3: ! 5-5' , Q Pil- 'mf Ngfxw-.w" s' .M 1 ' 113, PM I .. 1 HOMEROOM 206 Front row, left to right: A. Gentry. A. Dalton. F. Durham, H. Gibson. B. Hatfield, L. Dalton. C. Covey, W. Collins. I. Cope, C. Glenn. D. Comhs. R. Griffen. A. Hampton. G. Deaton, K. Emrick, K. Haines. Second row: D. Cox. D. Hammond, R. Fox, G. Harris, B. Dalton, C. Hall. C. Henry. Miss Hanlcinson, C. Hale. J. Dwyer. S. Douglas, P. Collins. H. Cox. B, Dawson, V. Fields. Third row: R. Hollon, D. Hatfield. D. Hayes, D. Jordan, K. Hall, E. Evans, M. Green. KW. Edds. R. Hinc- line, J. Phillips, M. Henry, P. Eastham, D. Hall. M. Ritchie. Seventh Grade Front row. left to right: M. Ratcliff, E. Gentis. E. Williams. R. XVeax'cr. B, Robbins, B. XXf'ilder. R. Tice, J. Thomas. F. Witt. Second row: D. Taylor, B, Timberlake, j. Theiss, G, Yates, S. Wilson. D. Thompson, K. Tibbs, R. Fugate, C. Woods, A. Xwoodward, 1. Xwcaver. Third row: I.. Vaughn. A. West, S. Wfhitt, R. Weaver, D. Worrell. S. West, Mr. Vickers, G. Vaughn, S, Stewart, E. VVCUS. D. Thompson. W. Yocum. HOMEROOM 210 BECKMAN 8: MOORE 410' S. Main St. Franklin, Ohio 6-6381 Qreslzmau lgaskcfball First row: Manager D. Hammond, Manager R. Clmsteen. Second row: D. Srholl b Hnllon l Weidle, D. Robinson. Third row: N. Griffith, J. Roth, E. Lovelace, T. Burroughs Fourth row E. Brown, j. Thomas, Mr. Perez. L. Harp, D. Bishop. Absent. L. Beltz. FRESMAN SCHEDULE Monroe ..... Fairfield Lebanon Fairfield Lebanon .,.... Miamisburg Xenia Wilson ..... Monroe ............,.. West Carrollton Miamisburg ....... Won-7 Lost-3 WM. F. SMITH We They 43 47 30 28 43 24 29 34 40 18 26 36 43 25 58 51 47 35 35 30 411 South Main Home Improvement Franklin, Ohio junior High First row: Manager D. Hammond, Manager R. Chasteen. Second row: C. Eisenmcngcr. I., I' er R. Shawhan, M. Burroughs. Third row: S. Jeffery. M. Upnlyke, ll, Timlverlukc. B. Gunslmciinu Fourth row: Mr, Perez. B. XX'orrcll. M. Young. B. Smallwooil. JUNIOR HIGH SCHEDULE Mayfield .,.,. ,,.. Fairfield ..,, .,.. Lebanon ..... .... Lebanon ....,.. ..., Miamisburg ..., .... Xenia Wilson ...,, .... West Carrollton .... ,... Miamisburg ..,, .... uw vw, 55 32 is Si 26 23 26 28 14 54 29 46 30 36 28 140 Worm-2 Losteo junior Honor Society First row: D. ,Darragh, A. Gregg, J. French, W. Hampton, S. Combs, F. Shimek, S. Logan. A. Bindley, B. Masoner, L. Thompson, K. Wolfe. Second row: B. Myerly, S. Brelsford, D. Powell, D. Schmidt, J. Woods, C. Gabbard, J. Workman, A. Nease, M. Tinch, J. Smith. VU. Workman. Third row: C. Eisenmenger, S. Lee, N. Gustin, C. Senften, J. Anderson, B. Peters, M. Gebhardt, C. Humphrey, P. Day, R. Dennis, G. Childers, G. Sturgis. Fourth row: J. Clark, A. Hudson, J. Yocum, N. Wroda, K. Campbell, G. Lower, P. White, C. Ward, G. Hollon, J. Roth. Fifth row: R. Shawan, R. Schwing. F. Duff, J. Thomas, C. Byers, J. Callahan, H. Bentley, T. Easton, J. Holweger. The National Junior Honor Society stimulates the Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character of the students in Franklin High School. As it has grown in number and has extended its scope, its remote objective has become that of raising our school to a higher plane. Azfrimr MISS KRIEUZER LONG AND ODONNELL Texaco Conrigrzeer Franklin, Ohio Ph. 6-7001 juniar Jfzyh Khrfir First row, left to right: R. Knutson, R. Riuher, P. johnson, B. Kinzer, P. Harrell, C. Hamilton. S McIntyre, L. Dalton. Second row: S. Stewart, S. Sturgis, R. Douglas, C. Jenkins, M. Williams, H Gibson, VU. White, K..Haines, L. Small, M. Bicknell. Third row: P. Day, M. Masoner. K. Campbell D. Wforrell, J. Smith, S. Toy, A. Scearce, M. Minnix, C. Powell, D. Minge, E. Gentis, K. Hincline, S. Rossman, J. Jordan, R. Rupert. Fourth row: N. Wroda, N. Hutchinson, S. Douglas, M. Myerly J. Isaacs, J. Yocum, M. Tinch. M. Logan. G. Lower, C. Bowermaster. N. Ahshear. N. Allen, L Rouse, W. Yocum, P. Hitte, R. Mayer. Top row: P. Edwards, G. Collins, B. Myerly, L. Shockley NW. Edds, B. Dawson, H. Stewart, L. Lee, G. Plummer, H. Stewart, R. Lock, R. Hineline, L. Snider C. Carpenter, W. Shearer. juuzvr flzglz Kami First row, left to right: R. Smith, F. Smith, Collins, P. Dalton, R. Stork, S. Hall, L. Hanes, G Plummer. Second row: M. Williams, G. Stiver, N. Hutchinson, L. Norris, M. Logan, S, Rossman, B. Beachler, K. Wolfe, R. Locke, L. Hurnston. Third row: H. Stewart, Mr. Wallick, J. Cummings D. Arbaugh. ORNDORF TEXACO SERVICE STATION Corner of Second and Main 5 D0 11011 lfcmembcr? 5 4 if suing The Gang! Nancy Rossmnn Editor and Assistant liditol 3 Young and Innocent? Pc-nny Vlfcidlc uy'rc too fur for mc! Birthday Pglrtics Thu old SWiIl1ll1m3l ll" glllfl and ?rr1lic gan is ,.?,,o, LW.,l M. Z HOFFMANS APPLIANCES 437 South Main Street Franklin, Ohio Phone 6-7181 -,nv XX 1. , , ,uf J' 4, - 44? X 'fy 1 QX 'vii A .1' - I , il 4 X' 1'5ig',J . 'fg " X Q. 'Q 4 41NfXg.i 1 1 'v .1 Wes, --,,....,r W K i h,,, ,fn-1 5 A 5 Q -Q Q .x M., A H,-, .2 . ' -A ,, ,Jlgfuif - .,q.. .. .u,, 'J .... - 'vw , V ,4.,,.,-' .s, , ., , - 1: .u.. "", ' ' ' pwa:-4,1 :.,1..- ev, -.' ' " ww' ... Q 5- 4 -Q 5 ' . I .s' V , U Q. 11 A , - ' ,gms ve Q-, W Y, . '.,..:. 1 . 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