Franklin Township High School - Flashback Yearbook (Wanamaker, IN)
- Class of 1957
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COME AND REMINISCE
WITH US AS WE RECALL
OUR MEMORIES IN THE
FILE OF EVENTS.
From our file of events starting September 4, 1956, we take memories of interest to all students
We meet our classmates and teachers: we attend classes: we see our athletes and attend athletic events
we dine and dance, In fact, as we page through this issue ofthe Flash-Back, we relive the school xear
as it was at Franklin Township High School
At the beginning of the year,
one of the first cries is, "When does
the Pilot come out?" The staff, in-
dustrious throughout the year, brings
news to Franklinites every two weeks.
Attentiveness is the keynote as the student council swings into action, bringing representation to all
classes in the school. These representatives plan carefully for a well balanced activity program and are
guided through their problems by Mr, McKinzie,
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The whistle blows and the football season begins with Timmy Wright, Charlie Johnson, and Dale
Deerberg in the backfield and Dick Tapp as quarterback, Line men are Don Glesing, Elbie Elder,
Jerry Rabourn, Bill Druen, Eddie Green, Bud Neel, and Bob Elrod.
Dick Tapp blocks the advance of the Deaf School.
carries the ball
for a first down.
Homecoming! Marching band! Floats! RAIN!
But all the rain that poured could not dampen the
enthusiasm of the students as they delighted in the
crowning of the queen, Donna Rode. In our mem-
ories lingers the picture of Donna as she crowned
her king for the evening, Bill Druen.
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Judy Mattingly, a senior, smiles as she pays
the cashier at the end of the lunch line. She is
now ready for one of the most enjoyable periods
of the day, a time to relax and recuperate from
class routine and mill over gossip with friends.
Perhaps the conversation will be about the
mock presidential election conducted by the
senior government class with Eisenhower vic-
torious by a great majority.
Perhaps the discussion will be basketball as
the roundballers have been having tedious prac-
tice sessions with their new coach.
Then the conversation will perhaps turn to
rehearsals for the senior play and the playitself.
Tense moments arise in the play, "Meet Me at the Prom, " when students
discover that the boys have elected as prom queen a girl who wasn't a candi-
date. Lucy, overwhelmed, confesses that she has no formal, but her employ-
er, with the help of the principal and Lucy's mother, solves the problem.
The boys give Elwood
a rough third degree as
they try to force him to
confess stealing the mon-
ey found on "poor inno-
cent Cal. "
"GH team gm" is heard from
the ever loyal pep block as the
bop fight tn bring victory to our
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Miniature Cheerleader, Sherry
Warnsley, takes a rabid interest
while the Flashes strike the Beech
Gro ve Hornets.
With a rumble of drums and the tune of "Onward Franklin,"
majorettes go into the well known Franklin "F, "
Emberton, with grim
with the scoring of a War-
Toney desperately tries to block a shot by a
With an energetic lay-up, Larry Mohr tallies
for the Flashes. fThis type of play helped
y get a place on the A11-Conference team.,
Judy McFarland receives roses
after her coronation as homecoming
queen. Larry Emberton and Don
Glesing, co-captains, officiated
at the crowning.
Mr, Males and his team managers,
George McPherson, Larry Clark, and
Ronnie McClain, smile as they shine
the ball in anriciparion of a victory.
King Richard and Queen Judy enjoy
the dance following the game.
To lilting music of Mr. Ferris's Combo at the
Holiday dance, students glide across the
floor at the Shelbyville Elks' Club.
provided the proper
atmosphere for the freshman
dance and the crowning of Mr. and Miss
Big Wheel, Jimmy Cole and Suzanne Stoehr.
etta, "A Bold Front."
Springtime festivities move along as Jim Toney
confesses that he is nor a rich man's son in the oper
Jack Holmes, a lazy porter
whose only inspiration is the
"galloping dominoes, " steals
the show as he makes love to
his mop in place of his ever-
"I'll take the cabinet, " "Well, I'll take the lamp. " "How about a game
of checkers?" These are our thoughts as we view the exhibit of the shop classes.
"En garde! Here comes Nard!"
But it isn't fencing she is teaching
Mary Denger. It's ART.
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Dissect animalsg draw them.
Examine leavesg draw them, both
inside and out. In other words
know them from top to bottom
as the drawing on the blackboard
indicates. So says Mr, Velez.
"Vive 1a France" is the pass word
to Mrs, Birney's French class, Enter-
prising students with that "coute que
coute" flet it cost what it may, atti-
tude were soon able to converse with
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"It's a bull's eye. " At least the
Franklin beauties hope so as they aim
at their targets. Along with archery,
the G, A, A. girls enjoyed ice skating,
horseback riding, and bowling.
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Boys take a plunge at
"woman's work" as Miss
Wild teaches them how to
measure, mix, and bake.
The result is delicious
cookies as all who were
privileged to sample will
W. A. Mc KINZIE
Looking into the administration file, we find
memories of those who helped make the year en-
joyable as well as beneficial, Heading the list
are Mr, McKinzie, our principal, Mr. McNiece,
our vice-principal, and Mrs, Jones, the secretary,
Along with their administrative duties, they
always found time to give help and guidance on
the problems of students and teachers.
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MAIUORY BA TES
BEVERLY ANN BIRNEY
Drama Club Sponsor
BLA NCHE CLUEN
Library Club Sponsor
RUTH GREENHA M
Junior Red Cross
JAMES E, MOORE
Eighth Grade Sponsor
Seventh Grade Sponsor
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MARY HELEN SEAL
Seventh Grade Sponsor
Eighth Grade Sponsor
Jr. High Coach
CAFETERIA STAFF BOOKSTORE
Bade, Lawrence, Rice, Koehring, Scott, Wamsley, Mrs. Jones, Willsey
Humphrey, Rode, Walker, Wilkins, Bridgford, Hach, Rabourn, Hoop
SEATED:Brog1in, Taylor. STANDING: MONITORS
Jackson, Caplinger, Courtney, Hartman, SEATED: Hotze. STANDING: Tapp,
Nagle, Pfendler, Stoehr, Way. Knott, Lain, Campbell, Thomas, Taylor,
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Greenwood 6 27
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FIRSTROW J Cole D Deerberg D Hrner R Hammersley I Holmes D Patrrck B DeBoer
SECOND ROW B Druen I Rabourn C Johnson D Gles1ng L Mohr D Druen M Hannah R
Cole E Green THIRD ROW Mr Roblnett O Rooks L Deal D Tapp B Green B Jones B
Neel B Elrod E Elder N Fox Mr Males FOURTH ROW T Wrrghr E Elder B Smart V
Hannah N Becker C Brlnegar T Clouse G McPherson
Holdrng the Plummer Award
lll the left hand Don Glesrng
accepts the Gold Key from Mr
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athletes who haye accumulated
900 POIHIS rn yarsxty compent
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FTHSh1story1 to w1n thrs award
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the athlete duplaytng the best
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TOP ROW J Wmre D Druen I Akers
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TOP ROW: C. Marling, R, Sparks, T. Mc
Cane, D, Shemwell, Mr, Minnick, K,
Cougill, C. Harkness, I. Cougill. BOTTOM
ROW: J, Purvis, D. Becker, M, Green, S.
Stoehr, D. Bassett, D. Ford, R. Geisking.
TOP ROW H Bade D Padrrck S Breed
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Walker D Wrllsey D Ford D Crunk
BACK ROW: George Brinegar, Don Friddle, Guy Jackson, Don Lowes, Jim Akers, John Fox, Don
McCarty, Harold Woolman, Jerry White, Steve Cougill, Tim Wright. FRONT ROW: Ned Fox,
Dale Deerberg, Don Glesing, Jim Toney, Bob Jones, Dick Tapp, Doug Hiner, Bob Elrod, Rickey
Dale Deerberg Ned Fox Jim TOFICY
440 440 High and Low Hurdles
VARBVI Y TRACK
Beech Grove Deaf school
Don Glesing Harold Woolman
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Brrnegar M Hannah J Lemz I Toney R Rusthoven B Jones D Mcgartv D Hlner I Rooze
E Elder R Hammersley
FIRST ROW K Martm I Wlute I Fox S Bassett S Cougrll R Andrews G Jackson D Mc:
Gurre R Barley SECOND ROW L Deal R Nord B Rusthoxen R Hammersley D NIcCarrx
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FIRbT ROW R Barley D McGulre 5 Bassett J Rooze D Humphrles G Brmegar
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SECOND ROW: N. Becker, J. Holmes, E, Green, J, Rabourn, D, Hitler. D. Padrick.
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SEATED: Robert Maze, Madelyn
Smith, FIRST ROW: Mr, Ferris.
Basil Way, Tom Lentz, Rex Bridg-
ford, Jack Lucas, Bob Jones. SEC-
OND ROW: Ronnie Donnar, Bill
Druen, C, Johnson, Dennis White,
J, Toney. THIRD ROW: Joann
Pierce, Judy Wulf, N. Sutherland,
Judy Timberman, J, Mattingly.
FOURTH ROW: Linda Eves, M.
McKinney, Mary Souders, P. Aeg-
erter, Joann Dye, Sally Garber,
FIFTH ROW: Bev. Miley, Jean
James, Sharon Jackson, Patty
Frymier, Susan Bristow, Lois
FIRST ROW: Smith, Mundell, A,
Ziegler, McFarland, Wilson,
Reasoner. SECOND ROW: Garber,
Elrod, Plummer, Lowes, G, Smith
Graybill, Bullock, Retherford,
Rabourn. THIRD ROW: Bullock,
Carr, Gray, Smoot, Spurgeon,
Jones, Havely, Koch. FOURTH
ROW: Juday, Bassett, Holmes,
Rooze, Fox, McCane, Copeland,
Humphries, Bridgford. FIFTH
ROW: Hutchinson, Walker, Nof-
fke, Mr. Ferris.
FIRST ROW: Dick Tapp, Bob Con-
over, M, Hardwick, Jon May, Ruble
DeWeese. SECOND ROW: Jack
Holmes, J. Rabourn, Jim Stickles,
B. Griffith, N. Ziegler, Larry Ellis.
THIRD ROW: Judy Hartman, Judy
Noffke, Pat Boyer, Martha Hummel,
Donna Campbell, Donna Brown.
FOURTH ROW: Diana Otto, Sandy
Parish, Beverly Woodruff, Judy Jant-
zen, Carol Bell. FIFTH ROW: Mary
J. Locke, Delores Floyd, Audrey
Geisking, Judy Wachsmuth, Linda
Pratt, Phyllis Denney.
FIRST ROW: Parks, Shemwell, l-lilarides
Knapp, Schuman. SECOND ROW: Scott
Dougherty, Beltz, Robertson, Hedges, M
Knapp, Haggard, Lancaster, E. Smith.
THIRD ROW: Geisking, J. Smith, Eves,
Sparks, D, Bassett, M. Green, M. Cope-
land, Hardwick, Maze, VanderBaan,
Clark. FOURTH ROW: Eoff, S. Green,
N. Ziegler, Kirby, E. Green, B. Jones.
FIRST ROW: llummel, Aegerter, Burch, Hotze, Scott, Fields, Rode, Knott, Stone, Way, Yohler,
Caplinger, Courtney, SECOND ROW: Laswell, Koeher, Denney, Jackson, Hartman, Nagle, Wulf,
Mattingly, Smith, Switzer, Tapp, TIIIRD ROW: Pfendler, Dye, Otto, Boyer, Clark, Frymier,
Parish, Lancaster, Moore, Jantzen, Woodruff, Stewart, Miley, FOURTH ROW: MeCane, Augustin
Noffke, Pruitt, Lain, Souders, Floyd, Geisking, Waehsmuth, Mrs. Cluen,
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
SITTING: Johnson, Geisking, Bridgford, Hines, Kolb, Cole, Knapp, Johnson, Woolman,
Toon, Urban, Rabourn, Deerberg, Green. STANDING: Griffith, Gray, Bullock, Griffith,
Brandt, Becker, Wilkins, Potter, McKinney, Williams, Smith, Geissman, Piper, Neel,
Conover, Giroud, Mr. Mason.
FIRST ROW: Pfendler, Knapp, Stoehr, Garber, Parks, Waters, Haas, Smart, Taylor, Martin, Nutt-
all, Hedges, Hannah, Wolf, SECOND ROW: Martin, Kraft, Davis, Parish, Daugherty, Bristow,
Parish, Richardson, Moeller, Smith, Pierce, Smith, Wilson, Allen. THIRD ROW: Hartley, Smith,
Hilarides, Timberman, Walker, McFarland, Rabourn, Green, Hartman, Brown, Smith, Sutherland,
VonWiller, Martin, FOURTH ROW: Meyer, Kemper, Marling, Woolen, Moistner, Chandler, Clay-
ton, Clouse, Proper, Pratt, Locke, Willsey, FIFTH ROW: Messer, Shane, Copple, Kirby, Stone,
Neathery, Crunk, Hutchinson, Mundell, Hoop, Rabourn, Hawley.
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SITTING: Hilarides, Clark, Stoehr, Geisking, Deerberg, Wright, Griffith, Brandt, Burch
STANDING: Fields, Pfendler, Miley, Knapp, Daugherty, Rode, Bullock, Willsey, Cole,
James, Williams, Sutherland, Pfendler, Churchman,
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FIRST ROW: K, Smith, R. Tyree, S, Danforth, P, Hiner, E. Hannah, B, Haas, N, Waters, M,
Clark, S. Pottorff, SECOND ROW: L, Taylor, P, Bailey, B, Davis, P. Nuttall, D. Richardson,
S, Parish, S, Parish, D, Daugherty, J, Talbott, THIRD ROW: I, Taylor, G, Park, C, Messer,
S, Garber, C. Keough, J. Griffith, J, Wolf, D, Allen, S, Druen, FOURTH ROW: S. Stoehr,
S, Bristow, S. Lawrence, I, McDonald, J, Duncan, I. Brown, K, Patterson, S, Pursley, I, Noff-
ke, FIFTH ROW: J. Shelby, L, Kolb, C. Adams, I. Juday, S. Shott, B, Miley, I. Clark, P,
Frymier, V. Pruitt. SIXTH ROW: M, Stone, S, Woolen, R, Moistner, I, Neathery, L. Tapp,
I. Tirnberman, V, Pruitt, L, Pfendler, M. Lain.
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FIRST ROW: D, Wright, C, Martin, l., Knapp, S, Willscy, K. Daugherty, N, Watus B l
SECOND ROW: P. Nuttall, L. Taylor, D, Smart, P, Smith, D. Daugherty, D. Richardson S
Parish, THIRD ROW: A, Meyer. J. Hartley, K, Hilarides, M. Switzer, D, Nagle, J Timber
man, B. Davis. FOURTH ROW: Miss Wild, I. Reasoner, S. Smith, S, Bristown, I. Pa ks E
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STANDING Perkms Dougherty Huffman Thomas,
SEATED Clark F161dS Rode McCane Green, A1-
Jud the Thinker OJ C C 6
Piper's Pictures H 7
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Some enchanted evening!
Lover Toney strikes.
Please pass the bromo.
Ushers on sit down strike.
Is Marcurn trying an
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FIRST ROW: Siebein, Pottorff, Patterson, Ford, Havely, Hawley, Mrs. Gorgas,
Kirby, Risk, Green, Allen, Bassett. SECOND ROW: Agal, Walker, Copeland,
Dillon, Smith, Hack, Lowes, Bemis, Lane, Purvis, McDaniel, Coates, Archer.
THIRD ROW: Suggs, Justice, Bell, Golaski, Brown, Carr, Garber, Stinson,
Stephens, Shelby, Neathery,
FIRST ROW: Hawk, Hazlewood, Leonard, Stoehr, Sutton, Mr. Males, Clouse
Conover, Nuttall, Geisking, Allison. SECOND ROW: Keller, Lusk, McGuire,
Beadling, Hughes, Sparks, Moore, Gray, Bramlett, Beltz, Robertson, Stewart,
Bunch. THIRD ROW: Fox, Skillman, Davis, Koch, Jenkins, Ault, Maze,
Blackburn, Phillips, Shemwell, Parsley, Knapp.
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I-lRbT ROW Sprrnger Rhoades Hawkrns Royalty Barley Brown Mr btrlla
bower Evans Plummer Byrkett Kurtz Getssman SECOND ROW DeWeese
Harmon Graybxll Prurtt Becker Copeland Thomas Kemper Frrddle F
ther Clouse Parker THIRD ROW shepherd btrodtman Jones McCane
Cvugrll Hartley Alfret bmrth Berger Cougrll Strnson
Erghth Grade Puprl Wms Spelhng Contest
HERETIC and WISEACRE The correct spellrng of these words brought
to Vrncent the ehampronshrp of the Indranapolrs Trmes Spellrng Bee The
runner up misspelled HERETIC Vrncent spelled ll and then went on to
spell WIbEACRE correctly
Prlzes rnclude a week s srghtseerng tr1p rn Washrngton D C a twenty
four volume set of Encyclopedla Brlttannlca a gold wrrst watch a gold
champlon prn and twenty frve dollars rn cash
FIRST ROW: Rhoades, Pratt, Robertson, Hall, Mr. Minnick, Wiley, Buckallew,
Birdwell, McDonald. SECOND ROW: Gebhart, Taylor, Crisler, Elrod, Lusk,
Smoot, Walker, Lancaster, Shott. THIRD ROW: Bragg, Patrick, Wooden, Dodd,
Morrison, Jenkins, Stewart, Baker, Hines.
FIRST ROW: Barnard, Sons, Crunk, Fair, Bullock, Mrs. Retherford, Eoff, Van
Winkle, Harris, Murray. SECOND ROW: Pruitt, McAmis, McCubbins, Archer,
Lawrence, Park, Keough, Messer, Gasaway, Gosman. THIRD ROW: Breedlove
Tague, Driver, Schmidt, Rice, Smith, Whitaker, Hogue, Boyer.
FIRST ROW: Danforth, Toon, Flockhart, Duncan, Roach, Miss Sutherland,
Messer, Willsey, Souders, Cassetty, SECOND ROW: Smith, Pursley, Martin
Schnitzmyer, Suggs, Woods, Kight, Druen, Bade, Walker. THIRD ROW:
White, Lawver, Woolman, Green, Noffke, Johnson, Hubbard, Boyer, Parsley
FIRST ROW: Walker, Wilcher, Wilson, Tyree, Hiner, Miss Bates, Miley, Mc
Clendon, Lowes, Deerberg, Pottorff. SECOND ROW: Arthur, Clark, Hutchin-
son, Griffith, Duncan, Smith, Talbott, Schuman, Broglin, Ford. THIRD ROW:
Bade, Branham, Retherford, Bradley, Kolb, Norris, Jordan, Betner, Smith,
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"He from whose lips divine persuasion flows. "
Class President 1, Ag. Club 1, Basketball 1,
Track l, 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Assem-
bly M. C. 3,4.
"A good face is the best letter of recommen-
Reserve Cheerleader 1, Pep Block 1, 2, 3, Sun-
shine 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Student Coun-
cil 2, Prom Court 3, Operetta 3, Monitor 3,
"Ambition has no rest."
Pep Block 1, 2, Ir. Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4, Sunshine
l, 2, 3, 4, H. S. L. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1,
2, 3, Girls' State 3, Pilot Staff 3,4, Ouill and
Scroll 4, Senior Play, U. N. 4, Cadet Teacher
"So prime, so swell, so nutty, and so know-
Student Manager 3, 4, P. A. System 3,4, Base-
ball 4, Band 1, 2, 3. 4.
"Her smile was the sweetest that ever was
Sunshine 1, 2, 3,4, Library Club 1, 2: Oper-
etta 2, 3, 4.
"A good disposition is more valuable than
Tech 1, 2, Carnival King 3, Irvington Hal-
loween Festival King Candidate 3, Prom
Court 3, Senior Play 4, Talent Show 3,4.
"Happy am I, from care I'm free. "
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, Wrestling 4,
"Ability is man's worth. "
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2,
3, 4, Senior Play 4.
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"Thou knowest him well, the god of sleep. "
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
"A rolling stone gathers no moss. "
Jr. Leaders 1,2, Pep Block 1, 2,35 Sunshine 1,
2, 3, 4, Prom Court 31 Operetta 33 Office 43
Monitor 35 Senior Play 45 Cheerleader 4.
"Good nature is the sign of a large and gen-
erous soul, "
Pep Block 21 Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4.
"He says little, but to the purpose. "
Track 1g Basketball 13 Pilot Staff fig Football
2, 3, 43 Football King 4,
"No sooner said than done--so acts your man
of worth. "
Track 1, 2: Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2,
fl, 43 Football l, 2, 3, 41 F. F. A. 2, 335 Senior
"A magnificent example of human happiness
Student Council lg Football lg Operetta 2:
Cross Country fig Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
"A merry heart that laughs at care. "
Talent Show 25 Operetta 2, TS, 41 Sunshine 1,2
8, 4, Senior Play 4.
"The quiet mind is richer than a crown. "
Pep Block 2, 3: Sunshine l, 2, 3,4.
"An unextinguished laughter shakes the skies. "
Pep Block 23 Library Club 1, 23 Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 43
"Little friends may prove great friends. "
Carnival Oueen 13 Student Council 13 Sunshine 1,
2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Queen 33 Mon
itor 33 Attendance 4.
"Deeper than did ever plummet sound, l'l1 drown
my books. "
F. F. A. 2, 3, 43 Talent Show 2, 3, 4.
"Having the gift of speech, I use it. "
Pep Block 1,2, 33 Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 43 Library 23
Pilot Staff 33 Prom Court 33 Teen Star 33 Monitor
43 Senior Play 43 Yearbook Staff 4.
"He wished not to seem but to be the best."
Class President 23 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3,43 Track 1, 2, 3,
43 Prom King 3, Senior Play 43 Cadet Teach-
ing 43 Plummer Award 43 Gold Key 4.
"Heaven gives us friends. "
Pep Block 1,2, 3: Sunshine l, 2, 3, 43 Office 43
"I have a heart with room for every joy, "
Sunshine 1, 2, 3,42 Pep Block 2,33 Office
33 Class Vice-President 3, 43 Irvington Hal-
loween Festival Queen Candidate 43 Moni-
tor 43 Sunshine President 43 Yearbook Assoc-
iate Editor 4.
"Clothed, and in his right mind. "
Track 1, 43 Baseball 1,43 Pilot staff 3,43 Pilot
Assistant Editor 4,
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"At work or at ease, it's the out-of-door
life for me."
F. F. A. 2, 3.
"A sweet attractive kind of grace. "
Talent Show 13 Pep Block 2,3, 4, Sunshine 1,
2, 3, 4g Monitor 4.
"There is no policy like politeness. "
Howe High School 1, 2, Cross Country 3.
"Other men eat to live: I live to eat, "
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Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4g Library 3, 4.
"Each present joy or sorrow seems the chief. "
Howe High School 1, 2.
"Clear as morning roses newly washed with
Sunshine 1, 2, 3.4, Pep Block 2, 3, Senior
"Why aren't they all contented like me?"
"Wise ro resolve and patient to perform. "
Jr. Leaders 1, 2, 3g Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep
Block 2.3, 4g Library Club 3,43 Operetta 3
Double Scxter 3, Cadet Teaching 4.
"He acts like a king. "
Carnival Court 3: Basketball 2, Operetta 23
Prom Court 3: Cadet Teaching 4.
"He is the mildest rnannered man."
Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary
4, Yearbook Sports Editor 4.
"Not too serious, not too gay. "
Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Block 4, Traffic
"An honest man, close-button 'd to the chin. "
Basketball 1g Baseball lg Track 1.
"Let the world slide! Let the world go!"
Track 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3,4g Football 1,
2, 3, 45 'Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 1, 2, 3:
F. F. A. 2, 3, Prom Court 3, Senior Play 4,
Cadet Teaching 4.
"A full assurance given by looks. "
Reserve Cheerleader 1, Ir. Leaders 1,2, 35 Pep
Block 1, 2, 35 Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 3:
Majorette 2, 3,41 Monitor 3,45 Office 4, Typ-
ing Award 3.
"By the work one knows the workman. "
F. F, A, 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 3.4.
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'I-X haiidsorne all-around fellow. "
V. lf. A. Treasurer .lr lfoothall l, 1. 1,43 li. F. A
Prusideiit 1, Basketball 1, Wrestling 4.
"llc that composes himself is wiser than he
that composes hooks. "
"Merrily, Merrily, now shall 1 live, "
Football Homecoming Candidate lg Pep Block
1, 2, 3, Jr. Leader 1, 2, 3, Sunshine 1,2, 3,4,
Sunshine Corresponding Secretary 4, Senior
Play 4, Bookstore Assistant 4,
"Capable of doing that which is to be done. "
"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. "
Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4, Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4, Pilot
Staff 3, Shorthand Award 3,4, Teen Star 3,4,
D. A. R. Award 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
"In silence there is a worth that brings no risk. "
Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4.
"My aim is to put in ten sentences what every-
one else puts in a book. "
Track 1, Class Treasurer 2, Basketball 1,2, 3.4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, Senior Play
4, Irvington Halloween Festival King 4.
"Every believer is Gods miracle. "
Reserve Cheerleajer 1, Pep Block 1,2, 3, Library
Club 2, Class Treasurer 1, 3,4, Maiorette 1,2, 3,
4, Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Monitor 3,
Yearbook Staff 4.
gf' LINDA TAPP
4g Senior Play 4.
"A friend to everyone.
Track lg Monitor 3,4g
"For 'tis the mind that makes the body rich. "
Dramatic Club 2g Hi-Y 3: Pilot Staff 3, 43 Editor
of Pilot 45 Monitor 45 Senior Play 4.
"An affable and courteous gentleman. "
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Court 3.
"He knows what is what."
Beech Grove lg Prom Court 35 Class President 3,
4g Senior Play 45 Yearbook'Editor 4.
"I agree with no mans opinionsg I have a few of
my own. "
Library Assistant 1,23 Sunshine l,2, 3, 45 Ir. Lea-
der 2, 3g Pep Block 2, 3,4g Ouiz 'Em Team 35 Senior
Play 4g Yearbook Staff 4.
"She seldom thinks of herself but often of others. "
Ir. Leaders 1, 25 Pep Block 1, 2,3,4g Sunshine 1,
2, 3, 4g Quiz 'Em Team 3: Operetta 3g Monitor 3,
Pilot Staff 43 Senior Play 4.
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"In each cheek appears a pretty dimple. "
Sunshine 1, 2. 3,43 Pep Block 2. 3.
"God created Cherie--and from that time on 4
boredom did indeed cease."
Ir. Leaders 1.2: Sunshine 1,2, 3,43 Pep Block
2, 33 Irvington Halloween Festival Queen Can-
didate 33 Carnival Queen 33 Prom Court 33
Majorette 43 Office 4.
"The daisy's for simplicity and unaffected air. '
Library Club 1,23 Library Club Vice-President
23 Jr. Leader 1,2, 3,41 Ir. Leader President 23
Quiz' Em Team 23 Class Secretary 23 Prom
Court 33 Student Council Secretary 3,43 G. A. A
President 43 Senior Play 43 Monitor 33 Yearbook
Staff 43 Cadet Teaching 43 F. F. A. Sweetheart
"There are people who can't help being nice. "
Talent Show 23 Pep Block 2, 33 Sunshine 1, 2, 3,
"Happy the man who has been able to learn the
causes of things. "
W fn Student Manager 2: P. A. System 4.
'd "Dark eyes--eternal soul of pride. "
7 Scecina 13 Football Queen Candidate 23 Pep
W Block 2, 33 Sunshine 2, 3,43 Basketball Queen
Candidate 33 Carnival Court 33 Prom Court 33
Betty Crocker Award
KARLA SUE SMITH DON GLESING MARY CHURCHMAN
D. A. R. Award Citizenship Award Citizenship Award
Adv. Shorthand Award Plummer Award Library Award
Bus. Education Award Gold Key Leadership Award
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Carrying lighted candles,
the graduates enter for their
baccalaureate service, the
final step before graduation.
The chorus, including
many members of the grad-
uating class, render two
beautiful selections, "The
Halls of Ivy" and "Bless This
Reverend Clara Mae Ripple
delivers an inspiring sermon on
"The Three Golden Apples" and
warns against disrespect, dishon-
esty, and immorality.
FIRST ROW: Linda Scott, Jerry Rabourn, Mary McKinney, James Rhoades, Karla Smith,
Robert Jenkins, Judy Hartman, Rex Bridgford, Judy Jackson, SECOND ROW: Cherie Way,
Robert Yeager, Linda Tapp, Mike Broglin, Janet Caplinger, Dale Huffman, Clara Stone,
Elbert Elder, Paula Aegerter, William Druen. THIRD ROW: Judy Mattingly, Jack Lucas,
Audrey Geisking, Larry Clark, Donna Nagle, Larry Stevenson, Delores Floyd, Don Gles-
ing, Judy Nofllxe, Tom Lentz. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Marcum.
William Moeller receives his
diploma from Mr. I. C. Yunker,
Assistant Superintendent of Marion
FIRST ROW: Dayton Taylor, Myra Hotze, Robert Conover, Janice Courtney, Jerry Park,
Judy Wachsmuth, Robert Plummer, Marjorie Yohler, Larry Mohr. SECOND ROW: Linda
Knott, Larry Suggs, Mary Souders, William Moeller, Clara Stone, Glenn Urban, Judy
Wulf, Joe Shue, Mary Denger, Larry Emberton. THIRD ROW: Mary Churchman, Jerry
Thomas, Mary Lain, Bud Neel, Martha Hummel, Lynn Kysar, Verla Pruitt, David Allen
der, Mary Switzer, Edward Meyer. FOURTH ROW: William Alfrey.
Karla Sue Smith accepts an
Indiana University scholarship
from Mr, McKinzie,
With commencement our reminiscing comes to a close. We
file again the memories of '56- '57 with the hope that this
will oftentimes help you relive the school year at dear old
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