Franklin Township High School - Flashback Yearbook (Wanamaker, IN)
- Class of 1958
Page 1 of 80
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1958 volume:
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The house where I was bor
Not only does Thomas Hood, the author of thrs poem remem
ber lus home but he recalls the lrttle w1ndow where the sun
came peeprng at morn the trees the flowers and many
other memorres We hope that as you go through the pages
of tlus FLASH BACK you w1ll recall many fond memones of
the 1957 1958 school year at FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP HIGH
Srnce no one can remember all the thrngs that happen 1n a year, we present
our elephant wrth the marvelous memory He w1l1 appear
throughout the book to help recall the many areas ofour mem
or1es He w1ll help recall the ADMINISTRATION and the
faculty who arded us so readrly as we studrecl He w1ll recall
the graduatrng SENIORS and the UNDERCLASSMEN too He
w1ll brmg to mrnd SPORTS and the many contests where
yelled and cheered He w11l rem1nd us of awards where worth
was r1g,htly rewarded the prom and 1ts fun and the GRADUA
TION programs of rnsprratron and recognmon
Let s follow hrm and remrnrsce
as we say
I remember I remember
'T A year of happrness
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"I remember, I remember,
The opening days of school."
I rember how the senior boys
came that first day anxious to
initiate the freshman boys. The
administration holds that initiation
does not exist at F.T.H.S., but it's
not at all uncommon to find fresh-
man boys shining the shoes ofsenior
I remember how bewildered
freshmen wandered about the build-
ings, lost and unable to find their
next class. I remember the sen-
ior girls who were always willing
to help them find their way.
"I remember, I remember,
The spirit of the School."
I remember how the crowds would gather and
loudly give their cheers. I remember how the band
marched at the football games, and how its songs
and music echoed through the air. I remember how
the cheerleaders, both varsity and freshman, kept
spirit at a peak. I remember how the crowds cheered
when our snappy majorettes appeared. These nine
sharp girls were often the highlight of the evening.
I remember I remember
The dances and the hops
I remember the Homecommg soc hops the Hollday dance
at the She1byv111e Elks Club the G A A Turnabout Dance where
the 01rls furmshed transportauon made the corsages and bought
the meal the Apr11 Tw1rl sponsored by the freshmen and the
many record hops whxch were the mam stay of the school s soclal
calendar Judy Clark and Ned Fox relgned as Kxng and Queen of
the Basketball Homecommg Hop
L1nda Clark and Steve Walker were Klllg and Queen of the
Turnabout Dance Suz1e Wamsley and Sharon Hmes won prlzes
for the corsages they had made for the1r dates Dave Alspaugh
and Jerry Lentz Ianlce Duncan and Dav1d Ford were chosen Kmg
and Queen of the Aprll Twrrl.
I remember the operetta, "Medios and
Merriment." The action centers around Dr.
Drinkwater and his restlodge which is blessed
with a mysterious healing spring water. The
plot centers about Dr. Drinkwater's grand-
daughter, Glory, and her friend Honor. Honor
is kidnapped by Mike. Color and humor
were added to the plot byRainbow, the colored
caretaker, also by Cynthia, Mrs. Crossly,
and Mrs. Weakly, patients at the rest-lodge,
and by Doctors Slaughter,Cuttem, andCoffin,
the staff doctors. The plot is complicated
by Bessie, the maid, who withholdsevidence.
All ends well when Dr. Drinkwater finds his
real granddaughter, and everything ends with
I remember, l remember,
The drama and the songs.
I remember the senior play "Down to Earth." The comedy-
fantasy starts when two angels, Agnes and Wilfred are sent to
earth to bring back two souls, Augusta and Herman. The mission
is complicated when Pilone, a mischievous half-anSC1.hiICh9S 3
ride with them. He falls in love with Augusta's maid, Diana. The
plot is further complicated by Orpha and her daughter,Ruthie,
who falls in love with a hypochondriac, Cpictured aboveb. Augusta's
nephew, Baxter, his wife Millie, his daughter June, and her friend
Richard help make the plot interesting.
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The classes and the fun.
I remember many classes that d1d speclal
thmgs I remember the 8th grade craft class where
unusual thmgs were made I remember the typmg
classes where so many learned to type and where
so much paper and so many erasers were used I
remember home econorruc classes where the glrls
learned to cook and sew
I remember the elecnon that was held as a part
of the government classes I remember all the post
ers buttons and streamers the many rousmg and
fiery speeches and the b1Ck6l'1Dg 111 the halls I
remember how the Nanonallsts Robert Elrod and
I-Iughston Wooden were at last VICIOFIOUS But I
also remember how the Federahsts Doug I-lmer and
Bob Jones and Opt1m1sts Dlck Tapp and Norman
Green fought a good hard battle and made xt a hard
I remember the many act1v1t1es of the G1r1s
Athletlc Assoclatlon. I remember thelr softball team.
I remember the many other sports they partlclpated
U1 like badmmton and volleyball. I remember how
they would go horse back fldlflg or bowl a game or
two I also remember how the arrows flew when they
would try thelr hand at archery
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Board of Education
STANDING Albert Trrtos
SEATED Maynard Smrth Mane Settle Harold Schuman 'Irustot
ROW ONE Nir WtK1nz1f. Hartman Knapp Toney Aispatgh Otto Johnson McC1a1n ROW TWO
Richardson Dav1s Messe: Alfrcy Cougrll Strnson S Johnson Brown, Btltz Dougherty Smrth
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"Mischievous often, dignified seldom, popular al-
Basketball 1,23 Cross Country 23 Student Council
2,43 Student Council President 43 Senior Play 43
Science Math Club 43 4-H and Junior Leaders l,2,33
Yearbook Editor 43 Hi-Y 33 Pilot Sports Editor 33
Teen Star Reporter 43 Lettermen's Club 43 Prom
Court 33 Monitor 23 Quill and Scroll 4.
"A day in April never came so sweet."
55.5. l,2,3,43 Pilot Staff 3,41 4-H 1,21 Library Club
l3 Teachers' Assistant 4.
"Angels are painted fair to look like you."
5.8.5. l,2,3,43 Chorus 2,3,4: Operetta 2,3,43 Monitor
23 Pep Block 1,23 Basketball Queen Candidate 33
Senior Play 43 Prom Court 33 Office Assistant 4g
Pilot Staff 4.
"High erected thoughts seated in aheart of courtesy."
Chorus 1,21 Operetta 13 S.S.S. 1,2,3,4j 4-H l,2,3,43
Junior Leaders 2,3,43 Library Club 13 Class Secre-
"Underneath all her foolishness is true worth."
S.S.S. 1,2,3,4: G,A.A. 3,43 Pep Block 2,33 Office AS-
sistant 43 Monitor 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Pilot Staff
43 Senior Play 43 Junior Leaders l,23 Basketball
Homecoming Queen 4.
"Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of
Football 3,43 Cross Country 23 Track 13 Hi-Y 2,33
Wrestling 43 Lettermen's Club 4.
"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the
best of men."
Football l,2,3,4j Basketball l,2,3,43 Track 13 4-H
l,2,3,43 Junior Leaders l,2,33 F.F.A. 1,2,3,41 F.F.A,
Vice-President 33 Dairy Judging Team 1,2,3,4Q Class
President 1 Prom Court 3 Lettermens Club 4
"To be merry best becomes you."
Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,41 Basketball l,2,33
Wrestling 43 Student Council 13 F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 F.F.A.
Treasurer 33 Junior Leaders l,2,3,43 Prom Court
33 Lettermen's Club 4.
"A man of few words."
"The only way to have a friend is tobeone."
"Not a man of iron, but of live oak."
ROBERT G. ELROD
"For next to being a great poet is the power of un-
Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,21 Track 1,2,33 Base-
ball 23 Hi-Y 3,43 Hi-Y Treasurer 3,41 Science Math
Club President 43 Marion County Teenage Traffic
Safety Council 3,4: Boys' State 33 Senior Play 43
Yearbook Staff 43 School Representative 43 Letter-
men's Club 4.
"So quiet she seems, so still and wise."
Red Cross Representative 1,2,3,42 Junior Leaders
1,23 Freshman Football Queen Candidateg Girls' State
33 S.S.S. l,2,3,43 S.S.S. Treasurer 33 Class Treas-
urer 13 Pep Block 1,23 Pilot Staff 33 Prom Queen 33
F.F.A. Queen Candidate 33 Office Assistant 43 Moni-
tor 2,43 Senior Play 43 Ayres' High School Fash-
ion Board 4.
"God created Pat and from that time on, boredom
did indeed cease."
S.S.S. l,2,3,43 Pep Block l,2,33 4-H 1,21 Operetta
2,3,43 Office Assistant 43 Monitor 43 Pilot Staff 43
"Napoleon himself was a short man."
"A good disposition is more valuable than gold."
Chorus 2, Operetta 25 Band 1,2,3,4g Football l,2,3,4g
Wrestling 3, Track lg Hi-Y 3.
"I'm here, even if I don't tell everyone."
Football 1,2gBaSketba1l 1,2,3,4g F.P.A. 1,2,3,4.
"Some say he's bashfulg others doubt it."
Football 3,45 Talent Show 4, Basketball 1,25 Letter-
men's Club 4.
"Silence is as deep as eternityg speech as shallow
Basketball lg Track 1,2g Football l,2,3.
"Of gentle soul, to human race a friend."
Band 1,2,3,4g Chorus 3.4.
"Greater men than I have lived, but I doubt it."
Football 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 3,41 Track 1,2,3,4g Let-
termer1's Club 4, Talent Show 2,3,4.
"Having the gift of speech I use it."
Football 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 3,4, Operetta 2,3, Chorus
2,3, Band l,2,3,4, Senior Play 4, Hi-Y 3, Basketball
Manager l,2, Class President 3.
"She who smiles is loved by all of us."
Office Assistant 4, Pilot Staff 4, Football Queen Can-
didate 4, Prom Court 3, Pep Block 1,2, 4-H 1,2,
Junior Leaders l,2, Operetta 2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,4,
S.S.S. l,2,3,4, Chicago Trip 2, Senior Play Usher 4,
H.S.L.A. 1,2, Library Club l,2.
JEAN MARIE JAMES
"There are people who can't help being nice."
Chorus 2,3,4, S.S.S. l,2,3,4, Junior Leaders 2,3,4,
4-H 1,2,3,4, Library Club 1,2.
"She does the best in all she tries."
S.S.S. l,2,3,4, Pep Block l,2, Library Club l,2,3,4,
Library Club Workshop l,2, Junior Leaders 1,2, Of-
fice Assistant 4, Pilot.Staff 4, Chorus 2,3,4, Oper-
etta 4, Talent Show 1.
"The strength of twenty men."
Lettermen's Club 4, Football King 4, Prom Court 3,
Track l, Baseball l,4, F.F.A, 2,3,4, 4-l-I 2,3,4, Op-
eretta 2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Student
Council 4, Chicago Trip 4.
"Excuse him for devilish deeds."
Band l,2,3, Chorus 3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball
l,2,8,4, Operetta 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Track l,4,
ROBERT R. KNAPP
"A woman would run through fire and water for such
a kind heart."
Basketball l,2, F.F.A. l,2,3,4, F.F.A.Vice-President
2, F.F.A, Secretary 3, F.F,A. President 4, Judging
Team l,2,3, Hi-Y 4, Class Vice-President 3, Class
President 2,4, Prom King 3,IrvingtonHalloween Fes-
tival Candidate 4, Junior Leaders l,2,3: Junior
Leaders Vice-President 2, Junior Leaders Presi-
"lf sweetness be a fault, here's a great one."
Pep Block l,2g S.S.S. l,2,3,4g Library 1,2g Senior
Play 4g Office Assistant 4g Pilot Staff 1,45 4-H
SHARON ANNE LASWELL
"Blushes are the rainbow of modesty."
Library 1,2g S.S.S. l,2,3,4g 4-H 1,2gJunior Leaders
1,2g Science Math Club 4g Pep Block 23 Senior Play
"Splendid boy, good at sports."
Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Cross Country2,4g
Track 4, Chorus 2,4g Basketball Court 4, Howe High
"Not too serious, not too gay, a very good fellow
in every way. "
MARTHA MC CANE
"Pol.iteness goes far, yet costs nothing."
S.S.S. 1,2,3,4g Pilot staff 3,4g Library Club 1,2.
"A man of few words but much persistence."
Talent Show 3, Track 1,25 Football 1.
"Charm strikes the sight, but merit wins the soul."
S.S.S. 1,2,3,4g S.S.S. Secretary 2g 4-H 1,2,3,4g Jun-
ior Leaders 1,2,3,4g Pep Block 1,2,3,4g Chorus 2,3g
Senior Play 4g Science Math Club 4g Library As-
sistant 1,2g Junior Heart Board 4, Track Queen 3,
Girls' State Alternate 35 D.A.R. Award 4.
"A true friend is forever a friend."
Pilot Staff 4.
"A ring on the finger is worth two on the phone."
Majorette 2,3,4, Cheerleader l, S.S5. l,2,3,4, Pep
Block l,2, Pilot Staff 4, Chorus 2, Talent Show 2:
Prom Court 3.
"Never change when love has found its home."
Majorette l,2, Drum Majorette 3,4, S.S.S. 1,2,3,4,
S.S.S. Vice-President 4, Pep Block l,2, Basketball
Queen Candidate 1, Class SSCWIHIY 2: Ch01'US 2.3.45
Operetta 2,3, Monitor 2,4, Prom Court 3, Irvington
Halloween Festival Queen Candidate 4, Student Coun-
cil 4, Student Council Secretary 4, Class Vice-Pres-
ident 4, Senior Play 4.
"He spake, and into every heart his words carried
new strength and courage."
Football 1,2,3,4, Track l,2, Wrestling 3,4, Senior
Play 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
"lt's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice."
S.S.S. l,2,3,4, Student Council 1, Chorus 2,3,4, Foot-
ball Queen 2, Majorette 2,3,4, Pep Block l,2, Attend-
ance 4, Track Queen Candidate l, Typing Award 3,
Pilot Staff 4, Prom Court 3.
PHYLLIS DENNEY PERRY
"Tho' she be but little, she is fierce."
Pilot Staff 4, Chorus 2,3,4, Operetta 2, S.S.S. 1,
2,3,4, Pep Block l.
LOIS JEAN PFENDLER
"Music is well said to be the speech of angels."
Chorus l,2,3,4, Operetta l,2,3,4, Double Sextet 2,
Senior Play 4, Office Assistant 3,4, Library Club
1.2.32 H.S.L.A. l,2,3, Library Assistant l,2, Li-
brary Club Vice-President 2, Bookstore Assistant,
Yearbook staff 4, Pep Block l,2,3,4, S.S.S. l,2,3,4,
4-H l,2,3,4, Junior Leaders l,2,3,4, Chicago Trip
2,3, Cadet Teaching 3, Betty Crocker Homemaker
Award 4, Traffic Squad l,2,3,4.
"A blush is beautiful but often inconvenient."
Pep Block l,2: S.S.S. l,2,3,4: S.S.S. Vice-President
3: S.S.S. President 4: Class Treasurer 2,3,4: Prom
Court 3: F.F.A. Sweetheart Candidate 1: F.F.A.
Sweetheart 4: Football Queen 3: Senior Play 4: Jun-
ior Leaders l,2,3: 4-H l,2,3: Chicago Trip 2,3: Pi-
lot Staff 3.
"A lion among ladies is a dreadful thing."
Track 1: Cross Country 2: Baseball 2.3: Basket-
ball 2,3,4: Hi-Y 3.4:Lettermen'sClub4:ScienceMath
Club 4: Basketball Homecoming King 3.
VERNA WHITE SCOTT
"My true love hath my heart, and I have his."
Knightstown High School 1,2,3.
"Ability is a man's wealth."
Chorus 2,3,4: Office Assistant 4.
"What could he do with size, when he does so much
Track 1,3,4: Cross Country 2: Wrestling 4: Letter-
men's Club 4: Talent Show 4: Junior Red Cross l,2.
"His existence makes the world rich."
Baseball 1: Basketball l,2,3,4: Track l,2,3: Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4: Chorus 3,4: Operetta 3: Lettermen's
Club 4: Hi-Y 3: Cadet Teaching 4.
"All the world loves a lover."
Basketball 1,2,3,4: Track l,2,3,4: Baseball 2.3: Foot-
ball 1,2,4: Chorus 2,3,4: Operetta 2,3,4: Senior Play
4: Pilot Sports Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Student
Council 4: Student Council Vice-President 4: Cadet
Teaching 3: Lettermen's Club 4: Lettermen's Club
"lt is a wise head that keeps a still tongue."
"It was his thinking of others that made you think
"Oh this learning! What a thing it is. "
Chorus 2,3,4g Track 1,4.
"The man with the nicest smile."
F.F.A. 3,4g Chorus 2,3,4.
"Tall, shy, and a regular guy."
Baseball lg Football lg Hi-Y 3,4.
"At work or at ease, it's the out-of-door Life for X
Track l,2,3,4g F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g Cross Country 2,43
Lettermen's Club 4.
"I am merry when I hear sweet music."
Band 2,3,4g Chorus 2,4g Operetta 2,4g Cross Country
4g Senior Play 4g Lettermen's Club 4g Student Band
Director 3,45 Dance Band 4.
Study earns A's.
Way's way up.
Wild swings wild.
Come ong don't hit it.
Perfume , anyone '?
Hard life of a sponsor.
Anything for a Prom.
Somebody take the ball
Want to fight?
F. T. H. S. slaves.
Hey, what gives?
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ROW ONE: Cole, Hiner, Johnson, Jones, Clouse E Green ROW TWO Line Coach Meyer Padrick
Holmes, R. Green, T app, Elrod, Toney, Coach Robinett ROW THREE Jackson Rooks Fraley Becker
Brinegar, Wright, Fox, Hannah, Druen, Friddle ROW FOUR Humphnes Akers Cougill J Fox Bul
6 Lawrence 7
0 Harry Wood 7
7 Beech Grove 7
19 Greenfield 12
21 Carmel 7
0 Decatur 6
21 Pike 0
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After failing to win a game in three
starts. Iud's boys started mowing down
opponents left and right with only Decatur
Central stopping them again. They finished
the season winning five games, losing
three, and tying one. The greatest victory
was a 50-0 win over Mooresville with
eleven seniors playing the final quarter.
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ROW ONE: Crago, Andrews, Martin, Modlin, Ziegler, Elder, Scotten.
ROW TWO: Bullock, Manager, Havely, Rusthoven, white, McCormick, LSHKZ Johnson Cole Males
The cross country team appeared this year
at Franklin Township after an absence of one
year. Under the direction of John Males, their
coach, and led by seniors, .Terry Lentz and
Harold Woolman, the team finished the season
with a terrific record. In dual meets in which
the team participated they never lost. They won
three meets and tied one. In the Capital Dis-
trict meet they placed third, and in the Marion
County meet, fourth.
Harold Woolman prepares to start the long
two-mile run in cross country.
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ROW ONE Coach Males Akers Hammersley Lentz Green Cole
ROW TWO Martln Manager McCarty Jones Rusthoven Toney Fox Whlte Manager
Rusty leads the Flashes to the floor
for the Homecommg.
Although the Flashes were not able to post
an outstandmg record for the year they brought
to Coach John Males a w1n 1n the secuonal
Rusthoven captured f1rst place honors w1th
an average of 9 5 po1nts per game Ned Fox
Wlth a tune pomt average recelved the free
throw trophy for h1s average of 698
Bob Jones and J 1m Toney were wmners
of the Plummer Award and Jeff Couglll an
up and commg player from the erghth grade won
the West Slde Exchange Club Sportsmanshlp
by defeating Wilkinson '74-42.
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Rusthoven Wright Hammersley
40 Greenwood 29 52 Morristown 64 'F
52 Charlottesville 38 37 Sacred Heart 36
32 Harry Wood 41 45 Knightsrown 59
37 Pike 48 36 Scecina 65
40 Speedway 50 46 Lawrence 53
38 Greenfield 39 56 Carmel 69
51 Fortville 54 55 Beech Grove 65
45 Moral 54 54 New Paresune 72 N
54 Mooresville 59 58 Warren Central 77
COUNTY TOURNEY SECTIONAL
Jones 31 Southport 57 74 Wilkinson 42 McCartY
51 Hancock Central 61
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ROW ONE Hammersley Cole Druen Elder
ROW TWO Coach Males Akers Var1derBaan Couglll Lowes Fox McCarty
ROW ONE: CoachRobinett, Willsey, Ford, Walker, Driver, Smith, Spangler, Manager Roach
ROW TWO: Manger Bade, Breedlove, Meyer, Wampner, Baker, Jordan, Bradley.
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ROW ONE: Rooks, Miley, Kraft, Friddle, Padrick, Perry.
ROW TWO: Denney, Jackson, Bailey, Bassett, Clouse, Becker.
ROW THREE: Ellis, Straber, Humphries, Holmes, Hiner, R. Padrick, Brinegar, Velez.
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winner, shows his ability on the mat.
Holmes works hard for a first win. s
With only a year's experience be-
hind them, the wrestling team had one of
the finest varsity records. The team cap-
tured the Capital District Championship
with six champs. They brought home six
medals from the Marion County Tourney
and six ribbons from the State Sectional.
The team itself had a record of ten wins
and five losses.
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ROW ONE Deerberg N Fox Smlth Lowes Ba11ey Straber Whlte Druen
ROW TWO Robmett Toney Lentz Akers I Fox McCarty Woolman Hrner
The outstanding members of this year s mostly underclassman track team were
semor hm Toney and Jumor Ned Fox hm broke the school record for the 110 yard
hrgh hurdles wlth a ume of1'7 3 seconds Ned won the 440 yard dash 1n the county
Toney leaps out for a lead Deerberg clears the high Jump
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ROW ONE: Crago, Deerberg, Lentz, Bassett, Willsey.
ROW TWO: Jones, Cougill, Rooze, Martin, Stenson.
ROW THREE: Coach Males, McCarty, Toney, Johnson, Hammersley, Hiner.
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The baseball team with John Males as
coach and Jerry Lentz, a senior, as captain had
a season record of three wins and four losses.
The team was helped by the pitching of Kermit
Martin, who had a season record of three wins
and three losses, and the batting of Ronald
Hammersley whose batting average was . 444.
Pike Township 7 3
Lawrence Central 6 1
Greenwood 4 6
Carmel 9 17
Greenwood '7 10
Greenfield 10 3
Ben Davis 18 0
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ROW ONE: A. Ziegler, S. Smith, Mundell, McFarland, C.Wi1son,Reasoner, Parks, D. Garber. ROW
Graybill, Plummer, Lowes, G. Smith, Bullock, Carr, Grey, Smoot, Spurgeon, Retherford, S.
ROW THREE: R. Haggard, E. Jones, Innis, Bergman, H. Woolman, Mason, Hayes, S.Smith, L.
ROW FOUR: Bassett, Juday. .T . Rooze, Holmes, G. Fox, T. MoCane, L. Copeland, G. Havely, Koch nt
phries, Barclay, Poe, Geisking.
The high school band of seventy four members is an
organization of which the whole school is most proud. Under
the very capable direction of Mr. Robert Ferris, the band
has grown in five years from about fifteen members to its
The band presented fine half-time shows as they marched
and executed formations at the football games. Their playing
lent much to the spirit of the basketball games and to the
precision drills that the majorettes performed in their half-
time shows. Diana Otto CLefty graduated this year after two
years as drum majorette.
The band gave one of its finest performances on May
3, at their spring concert. They also played at an ice-cream
social sponsored by the P.T.A. in order to raise funds to
finance a summer recreational program. They concluded their
year with several selections played at the commencement
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ROW ONE L Pfendler Jackson Jantzen Fxelds Kocher Boyer Otto Frymxer S Parlsh J Clark
Burch Mxley Rode James ROW TWO Augustm McCane Hedges B Whlte Stmson Allen L Taylor
Parks Reasoner S Smlth Laswell Denney ROW THREE Nuttall Garber I Lawver Hllandes H
Mart1n K Dougherty Waters L Knapp Haas P Smlth M Brown Sharp Hawley ROW FOUR C
WIISOH Shane Walker Moeller Dav1s Rlchardson S Parlsh S Parish Bolton Copple Hannah ROW
FIVE Hlttle Von Wlller Kirby D Dougherty McFarland Stoehr Eves Sutherland Wulf Bray Deweese.
Mullen E Hartman, Locke C Marun Wlllsey M Smlth Bell Wamsley ROW TWO Stone J Neathery
S Kemper Marlmg J Clouse Clayton Kraft Hoop S Rabourn Frults D Green D Rabourn Proper
Cook Hartley Meyer Pursley ROW THREF B Smlth Park Tyree C Elrod C Messen, MoCurdy
Hall Schakel Hines L Clark E Smith Talbott Schuman,Gr1.ffxr.h McAm1s M Clark ROW FOUR
Druen, E W11SOl'l, S Van Wxnkle I Taylor M Hutchmson Noffke J Duncan, Harris H1ner J Smlth
Wiley Johnson, Betner Adams Brldges ROW FIVE Juday Pottorff McConnell McDonald Woolrnan,
S Pratt P Lawver Kolb Keough Wampner Lawrence Shott
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ROW ONE: Pierce, Chandler, Woolman, L. Pratt,S.Hutchinsor1,J.Martin, Mundell, L. Pfendler, D. Brown,
ROW ONE Wamsley M Clark Hrner Schuman, Tyree Mxley ROW TWO Wrllsey Talbott
HIHCS J Smlth Woolman Sutherland Burch Pfendler Hllarxdes ROW THREE Potorff Juday
Adams Nofike Ford J Toon James Wllhams Rabourn H Marnn Brandt. ROW FOUR
ROW TWO Elder I Cole W1111a.ms Scotten, Gebhart Wooden, Potter Gray Gelssman ROW
THREE Hubbard Becker Johnson Eldndge M111er Jordan, Deerberg Johnson, Whlte Wool
man. ROW FOUR L Toon G1roud Wooden W11k1ns M Smrth Kolb Mr Mason.
ROW ONE: Robertson, Walker, J. Toon, I-I. Martin, Kraft, Fair, Ford, McKinney, Brandt, Hines.
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ROW ONE Tyree Straber Pratt Wampner Lowes L Clark Deerberg Pottorff Hxner Barnard
McAm1s Wamsley VanW1nkle ROW TWO Rhoades Gr1ff1th Cassetty I Clark Haas Parks
Waters Knapp Reasoner Crlsler H1lar1des McDonald Keough. ROW THREE W1ld Taylor
Elrod Talbott Smlth Dougherty Brlstow Smith Schakel Hlnes Duncan Dougherty Schuman
Bndges Pursley Hartley ROW FOUR Smxth Betner Green Shott Rlce Meyer Kolb Norrls
Adams Frults Turner Pfendler Noffke Lawver Woolman.
0 'Ne' nts
ROW ONE Andrews, Scott, Juday, Elrod, Maze, Mr. Sxdhu. ROW TWO Balley, Scotten, Mc
K1nneY. Jackson, ROW THREE Hall, Wooden, Rusthoven, Deal, Rooks.
Pep Club - Cheerleaders
ROW ONE Clark Pfendler Turner Fox Keough Gr1ff1th Deerberg Whlte ROW TWO Mlley
C Pottorff McDonald McAm1s Buckallew Bernard Pursley ROW THREE Talbott Short
Adams ,Tuday Kolb McCurdy Parks ROW FOUR Duncan Betner Brown Maze Conover S
Pottorff Druen. ROW FIVE Tyree Taylor HIHSS Sharp Walker Whlte BIISIOW ROW SIX
L Clark Schakel Hiner Allen Dougherty MoGu1.re Patterson.
Stoehr Knapp Rabourn McFarland Wamsley and Wamsley
ROW ONE Neathery Molstner
Kemper Cook Woolen Martxn
Marhng. ROW TWO Dougherty
Eoff Renn Toney Smith Moore
QUILL AND SCROLL MEMBERS D3V1d Alspaugh and JIIU Toney
ROW ONE Tyree Murray McDonald Haas Clark Waters Deerberg Hall Dougherty ROW
TWO Reasoner Dougherty Jantzen Pursley Elrod Taylor Proper Parks Cnsler ROV.
THREE Schuman Suggs Shot! Johnson Jordan Bade R1ce Sutherland Hmes
ROW ONE Holmes Toney .Tones Lentz Padrlck Elrod Mr Robmett. ROW TWO
Clouse Whlte Hmer Straber Deerberg Wrlght ROW THREE Jackson McCarty Mc
Corrruck Denney Brmegar Rusthoven Humphrles ROW FOUR Fraley Hammersley
Becker Fox Alspaugh Johnson. ROW FIVE Elder Martm Z1eg1er Woolman Green
ROW ONE L Pfendler Mxley Wamsley Retherford Parks Roach.
ROW TWO Mr Colglazler Alspaugh Laswell Akers Lowes Elrod ,Tuday Fox
ROW THREE Hall Rusthoven.
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WANAMAKER BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION D. A.R. GOOD BETTY CROCKER
CITIZENSHIP AWARD CITIZENSHIP AWARD HOMEMAKER OF TOMORRO
Robert Knapp Peggy Burch Beverly MI1ey Lo1s Pferldlel'
IRVINGTON LIONS CLUB BUSINESS AWARDS
BUSINESS BEGINNING BEGINNING
EDUCATION AWARD TYPING AWARD SHORTHAND AWARD
Sharon Jackson Lucy Pfendler Julia Halfleb'
WILBUR PLUMMER HIGHEST SCHOLASTIC AMERICAN LEGION
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY ACHIEVEMENT HOOSIER
WINNERS Class of 58 BOYS STATE
Robert Jones james Toney Robert G Elrod Richard Iuday
The Medical Center was again the scene of the
Junior Prom. Vic Knight supplied the music and
carried out the theme of "Sail Along Silvery Moon."
Eileen Hartman and Tim Wright reigned as the roy-
alty of the evening. Nancy Fields and Bob Knapp
crowned the King and Queen while Sherry Wamsley
and Danny Smith acted as Crown Bearers. The royal
court was made up of Suzie Wamsley, Sue Ann Ra-
bourn, Sharon Willsey, Carol Martin, Carlene Mun-
dell, Donna Campbell, Tom Piper, George Brinegar,
John Rooze, Noel Becker, Alva Meyer, and Ned Fox.
After the dinner and dance, there was swimming in
the pool. Then many of the "late owls" went to the
"Dawn Dance" and breakfast at the school.
.Tudith Jantzen Martha MoCane ROW TWO- Patricia Frymier Allan Ziegler James Stickles Va
Hannah, Ronald Donnar, Edward Green, Norman Green, Harold Woolman, Sandra Parish. ROW THR
Edward Moore, Richard Tapp, Douglas I-liner, Robert Knapp, Larry Toon, Dennis White, Basil W
Robert Ellis, James Merrick, Robert Jones.
ROW ONE: Phyllis Perry, Ruth Augustine, Beverly Miley, Nancy Fields, Marian Kocher, Sharon Moo
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The chorus sings "Show Me Thy Way" to open the baccalaureate service.
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ONE: Verna Scott, Sharon Laswell, Judith Clark, Sharon Jackson, Donna Rode, Jean James, Lois
Peggy Burch. ROW TWO: Diane Otto, Richard Straber, Thomas Clouse, Benjamin Giroud,
Johnson, Dale Deerberg, David Alspaugh, Patricia Boyer. ROW THREE: Jerry Lentz, Richard
adrick, Roger Cole, Jon May, Jack Holmes, Robert Elrod, Hughston Wooden, Robert Green, James Toney,
Bob Elrod, Peggy Burch, Marian Kocher, and Bob Knapp receive congratulations from Mr. Mcliinzie for
The seniors enjoyed their baccalaureate and commencement as 53 graduated. Rev. Cecil Skibbe gave
the baccalaureate address and Dr. D. R. Mallett delivered the commencement address. Franklin Town-
ship Trustee Harold Schuman presented the diplomas.
As we come to this, the end of another FLASH-BACK, we pause before
thanks to those of the annual staff.
ROW ONE: Pfendler, Frymier.
ROW TWO: Padrick, Alspaugh, Clark.
ROW THREE: Elrod, Straber.
As another FLASH-BACK comes to a
close, we hope that our elephant, I REMEM-
BER, has helped you recall the year as it
occurred to us. We sincerely hope you en-
joy and cherish this book through the years.
"I remember, I remember,
A year of happiness. "
we close the book to say
DAVHD E. ALSPAUGH
ROBERT G, ELROD
LOIS JEAN PFENDLER
RICHARD K. PADRICK
IU DY CLARK
INTER COLLEGIATE PRESS
Putwslaevs fave' Mu'y?u:'.'2", Bair Bfcf'
FAKTOHV HOME OFFIH
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