Frankton High School - Eaglite Yearbook (Frankton, IN)

 - Class of 1953

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XXX realize that much of mn' success in lifc will hc :is 21 rcsnlt of thcii sacrificial scrvicc. 2 Z!! Contents Forward anrl Dedication Administration ---------- - Faculty ........ Seniors ------- -luniorg ........ Laiclerclassmen ---------.- Graqlg-35 .................... Activities and Departments Staff ..................... Snapshots - . . Sports -.-- Calendar --.. Autographs -- Advertising .. Editor - Virginia Miller Business Mgr, - Ronnie Dickinson Faculty Advisor - Sterrett L. Nash Page 5 I 'age Page Page Page Pare Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page I fi S 1? T20 'Sli 343 5? fi? Wifi iiti 'TT' 'TS T51 ADMINIST RATIQN . Principal, Robert Ed Lee Marguerite Miller, Clerk Milliccnt Camaday, Trustee Page 7 KliNNlTl'lhl R. CONKLINCZ Math, Grade Principal MULFORD "Bluff" DAVIS EMMA ALSPAUGH I.ibrarizm, English School Athletics, History Page 8 Nl.-XRILYN IIONVIERS l lomc Economics ' ann: 4-"""Y Q-.V ..,.H- Tfifhi-A v.pH,M-.Mi E'3,'W , 1- ' STERRETT L. NASH English, lliology JAMES I,. HUNTER Influstrinl A rts, M ath 1 Page 9 GORDON F. KERKIIUI-'I Agriculture, Chemistry MARIETTA PA R R K Commerce ,K gig' Le ,, A VI: N 'mn . A My ig.. QALD H. SKI IZTCNGI' Art, History IXIEREDITI1 TXVIFORD I1-'ltiI1, Physical Science Page 10 FRLYNXIQ SXATIICJFF qOCi!ll Stuclics, fLirl's Phy. HllllCIlfiIlll Dr WINS- SI IXWZI Klusw, laughs M S X Page I I Maiden teachers enjoy the party. llunters enjoy the game. "lf it is in the head it is in the hand" is Miss Varrs favorite saying in Short- hanid class. Mr. Smeenge with his Art class. Miss Alspaugh in the hooks store. Saathoff sells sweets. Your seat is over there,Mr. Davis. Miss llonters lends a help- ing hand at Senior Class Party. Shawhan leads the chorus in "Mus1calities". Mr. Conkling was happy :it the Senior Class Party. Mr. Lee goes hack for :L second helping. Pickering escorts Miss I'arr, just to her seat. The Davis "dno". Mr. Nash, Miss Alspaugh. and Miss Shawhan at try- outs. 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Talon Club 1 7 Basketball 1-'Z-3-4 Golden Eagle qtaff 1 I Baseball 1-2-3-4 Chorus Z 3 4 Track 1-2-3-4 Model U N Assembly P Business Mgr. 1 "Pee s Pad loy 3 Talon Club 1-2-3-4 Eaghte Staff 4 4-H 1-2-3--lp "Meet Arizona" 1 KENNY IDLE JANE ANN SKILLMAN If you are "idle" you arf on flu' Army Sense, slzortncnar, spicy - - - to ruin, Chorus 1-52-3-4 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Baseball 1-'Z-3-l Track 1-2-3-4 Vice Presriclent 1-'2- I Talon Club 1-'2-3-4 Eaglite Staff 4 JANE ANNE WILSC JN A blush is beautiful but oft l11C011.'UC1llCHf Choir 1-2 May Queen 2 .losephium Staff 'Z "Peck's Had Boy" Si Golden Eagle Staff 4 Secretary 4- Eaglite Staff 4 FII "Meet Arizona" 1 4-H 1-'Z-3 Model U. N. Assembly 'Z-Zi-l Golden Eagle Staff 35-4 "Peck's Bad Boy" 23 Treasurer 4 Eaglite Staff 4 JO ANN BUHNSTEDT I am. f01z'z'i11red that no man knows life well. Chorus 1-3-4 Golden Eagle Staff -l Sports Day 1 Page 14 JIM RANDALL CUNNINGHAM TED HARHIT Someone says, "Boys will be boys",' buf tlicy forget to odd, "Boys will bf' Hlf'l'lH-- .-Ng. -luclging Team Il Games are won by those who Imlivzfc in wirming. llasketball 1-2-3-4 Track 1-'2-3-4 llaseball 4 ' Talon Club l-'2-Il--4 l-H Club I-'2-Z3-4 Vice President 3 JOYCE ELAINE D,AL'GllER'l'Y IIECKY GEORGE Sofhzvss of smile indicaivs softnoss Diciuzonds are ll girls best f1'ir'ml. 0 f vlzaractcr. flJx.fX. 112 junior Musicale 1-'2-Ji Ti Hi EC l -l-H Club l Devilzette Stuff '2-Ji Chorus el "The French Maid and the l'honograph" '3 KAYE .DEE ETCHISON .el good disposition is morr zulzmlnlc than gold. 4-H Club 1-'2-3-4 "Meet Arizona" l Chorus l-'2-3-4 PHYLLIS LORENA CREAMER Treasurer? becretary .3 Sfwvvlz is grmt buf! silvnrc is fjl'4'l1ff'1'. "Peck's Bad Boy" fi Chorus 1 Eaglite Staff 2-4 Page 15 HILL HEADY DOROTHEY PAULINE HUDSON .lien of few words are the lust men. There is pleasure attending the life of Talon Club 2-3-4 a voluntary student. Basketball 1-2-3-4 Golden Eagle Staff 'Z-3-4 llaseball A-4 Eaglite Staff -L CAROLYN JO HARRISON CAROLYN SUE KNIGHT If erfer I am a, tcarher, it will be to learn Love me little, lore me lovzg more than to teach. Sports Day 1 Chorvus 1-2-3-4 4-H Club 1 "Meet Arizona" 1 Cheerleader 1-'Z-3 Band 3-4 Chorus 2-3 U. N. Assembly 2-3-4 "Peck's Bad Hoy" 3 Golden Eagle Staff 4 Golden Eagle Staff 3--l Eaglite Staff -1 Track 1-2-3 KENNETH HOSIER Oh, girfe us the rnzm who sings at his work. Basketball 1-2-3-4 Baseball 1-2-3-4 f e- - Track 1-2-3-4 ROBERT D. RNICHT Talon Club 1-2-3-l I always get the better when I argue 4-H 1-2-3-4 alone. Chorus 3--L Cross Country 2-3 Judging 1-73-I3 Track 2-3-1 Baseball -l Page I6 JAMES ELLSXVORTH MAJOR VIVIAN MOORE 011, but books are suelz safe company! Sensibilit-v is the power of a cvoman. llasketball I Golden Eagle Staff 'Z-3-I Baseball 1 Eaglite Staff I Pep Club 1 31, W ti. .F if ff .bla ' I GENE TRICE MARSH The longest 'way round is the shortest 'way home. Basketball 2-3-4 -I-H 1-2-3-4 '4Peck's Bad Boy" 3 Chorus 1-2-3 Talon Club 2-3-4 Track I Eaglite Staff 4 judging Team 3 WILLIAM F. LEMON Just education forms the man. Usher '2 4-H 2-3-4 Judging Team 3 Page I7 t SHIRLEY M.OORE Learn to hold thy tongue. "It's Never T00 Late" 'Z Librarian 1-3 -A Peck's Ilad Boy" Il VIRGINIA LOUISE MILLER The rule of my life Lv to make business a pleasure and pleasure my business. 4-H 1-2-3 Chorus 1-'2-3-4 "Peck's Bad Boy" 3 Model U. N. Assembly 'B-3-I Eaglite Staff 3--I "Meet Arizona" 1 RUTH NEWTON Silence is one grmt nrt of conversation. 4-H Club 1-2-3-l 4-H Club 1 "Peck's Bad Hoy" Il Chorus 1-2 Talon Club '2-I3 Librarian 1 Chorus 4 Golden Eagle '2 llancl Mgr. 25-4 Treasurer l Judging Team 'I-I3 Lowe and a rough ra-nnot In' RAYMOND CI-IAS. REDMAN CLARENCE SAGE. JR. hid. .-In-cnt :Lv the soul of fhv language. Track '2-3-4 JOHN PHILLIP ROACII The svwetrst roanzcr is a boys bvomrg heart. 4-H Club 1-2-3-4 lland 1-'2-8-4 Chorus 1-2-3-4 "Meet Arizona" 1 Judging Team il Eaglite Staff 3-L "Peck's llad Hoy" 23 SHIRLEY ANNE PENNINCSTON If wer I rhanve to talk U little too nzurh, forgive nzrz I had it from my falher. Little VVomen l Chorus 1-2-3 4-H Club I-2-3-4 "Meet Arizona" 1 Librarian 1-4 "W'ise Freshman" '2 "It's Never Too Late" '2 Golden Eagle Staff 1-2-3 Eaglite Staff 4 Model U. N. Assembly '2-Il-l -IOHN SILVEY Mcu do lar: than they ought zmlvsx tlzchv do all that they can. Page I8 MARSHAL SHIYELY Know this, that he that is a frirnd of himself is a friend to all nzvn. llasketball 3-4 Baseball 3-4 Track 3-4 Talon Club 23-I judging Team 1-'2-3 Chorus l LARRY JOE SUMNER CHARLENE VESTAL WALDO L. WELLS Nothing is more gratifying to the Efvcryth-ing good in woman flzriws Be calm in arguing mind of man than power. best when properly rcrogniscd. "Meet Arizona" 1 Chorus 1-2-3-4 Chorus 1-2-3-4 Chorus 1-'3-3 Musicalities 3 lland 2-3-4 Usher 3 Eaglite Staff 4 "Meet Arizona" 1 "Peck's Bad Boy" 3 Eaglite Staff 4 JOYCE MARIE SPRAGUE SHIRLEY ANN THOMAS Nothing is so infc'4'liou.v as t'.l'Ulllf'll'- Chorus 1-2-3-4 The best goods como in small -I-H 1-'B-J! packages. Sports Day 1 Golden Eagle Staff '2-4 "Meet Arizona" 1 Chorus 3-4 Cheerleader 1 "Peck's Bad Boy" 3 Colden Eagle Staff Il-l Musicalities 3 Eaglite Staff -l Pep Club 1 SHARON WELUORN Trust not him that has onrc hrokrn jlxilh. 4-H Club 1 Chorus 1-2-3 Pep Club 1 MARY JO SMOCK Man was not made to qzwstimz, but adore. Secretary 1-2 4-H 1-2-3--1 Band 1-2-3-4 "Meet Arizona" 1 Sports Day 1 Eaglite Staff 'Z-4 Treasurer 3 Golden Eagle Staff 'I "Peck's Bad Boy" :Z Page 19 ,IVNIK WR CLASS OFFICERS Presiclc.-lit .--- Yice President Treasurer ---. Secretary --.- Business Mgrs Reporter ---- Sponsors - - Chgrleg Spnock jim Pickering - - - Franklin Closser ' - mm Don Heath, Junior Clans Kenton Hosier Kendric Hosier Jgyce Free Gordon Kerkhoff Marietta Parr Group Picture of Junior Class Page 10 .loc Alexamlcr Doris RZIFIJCI' Sam Ilorum Darrel l:l'2KHJlII'll Page 21 Emily Ballinger Paul Borum Dick Rott Nita flraclclick Joyce Clark Franklin Closser Kay Cox Allen Dalton Shirley Daniels Gene Etchison Page 22 jake Dietzer Marlenc Farr Joyce .-Xnn Free VVanclz1 lfriencl Clifford Glotzbach Marina Harper Luther l-Iays Mary Hood Kenclric Hosier Kenton Hosier Page 23 Doris Graham l'aul Granger Carl Hall Ronnie Hawkins Don Heacly Kathleen Hughes Ramona Idlewiue Luclis Kluvson llob McPhearson jim Moore 1 i Page 24 Ruth Mitchell Yerla Moore Kay Moyer Shirley Mroz jim Pickering Margie Southworth Edward Underriner jerry Walker Ludie Whitaker Mara-Le Wilson Page 25 Nettie Robinson Barbara Shaw Charles Smock Julianne Spohnholtz Flo Updegraff UNDE RCLASSMEN The foundation of all learning - - upper or lower is the 3 R's Pg 27 WH N 'L 36: , bv. 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I.:u'ry Czmzulay. umrl mir: Dick QQICINICHIII, I'IiiI Lfondon, XValtcr QIIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIII, Iluvcrly Jlll0'I1 II1IcI'1 ow Iarrv I Isxwrtlm, I'c-ggi' Fern, llc-rtic FicIcIs. 1 mu: I,Ill'l'j' Ifrzizcc. Fsther FuIIcr, JosapliineI"uIIc-r, I'z1trici:1Cliec-Ilmili Rinhircl I Iotzblcli IUOIIYVI I I ILI wvr, -lim llzimptfm. Icrry Ilarper. rlh ww: I'I1il II:e1'X'C5'..Ii1cIy IIcIIcr, Patricia Ilcnclcrson, Ilill Ilolclcr, Iwtxx IIoIm'm Ifclvx lloslcr Iniry Alzxcksmi. IiHll1IIC.I1lCIiS0lI. II rim-: lluyci- .I2lI'l'L'lt, NOX .I2lI'l'i'II,IIIlI'Il1ll'2l-IUIIIISUII, I.z1rry'IuI111scm llirrx Iones H1r0IcI Xen . 1 fi, Iictly Ix1II1:m, Mary -In I,:mv. SUVI IUNIORF CL.-XSS UFFICFRS President Fatty IIcncIc-rsmi Yicc Frcsirlcnt Larry Crmzulay TI'CZlSllI'CI' Gcrtic Fields Secretary blucly IIcIIer Business Mgr. .Iim Ucamcr Reporter I'Iiil Ilurvey Sponsors Mr. Davis X Mrs. Snzlthoff wt ,LJ ky op 1omore Class 4 'Pu ,EMM Top row. lvft tu right: l'l1yllis l,Cl'll1Ol1, llill Luyct, Dick Xlzljurs. llizuma lllarslm, Rzunona lllatthews Norma McPl1ears0n. Sccuncl row: Rulmcrtn Metcalf, George Mroz, junior Uzenbauglm. Carolyn l-':1inter, XVzmcla Pasley, David Pickering, Terry Silvey, Tom Stanley. lluttom ruw: julia Stmtton, Shirley 'l'rzmlwarger, Rosemary Trissel. O. V. Truex, Yirgil XVe-bb, Judx Wcllmrn, Larry lVelborn. A 4 Q. , . ' s :M 4 ' I' A xl lvl rr L I -- lv. v l , L ' ' 1 ll" 11: V i . -! ' '- 1 Y - l Y Q 1 l Ta, ,W W" "' 5 I IS, i ., L N527 'Q 1 .. NLLL 'Nl 1 , L ,gg A , ,Q A -, ffl , fix? A , .W gr v rl --1' , 1 L . Q1 . I sg. if .l,, iz! , ,-17, N , I -4 1, ' 3 ,-'A ' .P , r . 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'l'l1ird row: Phyllis Fuller, Altba Gibbs, Vivian Gibbs, Dale Gillam, Rita Glotzbach, Larry Gregory .lanice llacker, Donn Harrison. lfourth row: Maurice Harrison, Frank Hart, Larry Hobbs, Warner llobbs, J. B. Hook, James Hudson Roberta johnson. .Ieraldene Kelly. liottom row: La Wanna Kennedy, Larry Knight, Ray Land, John Lehman, Ann Lewis, Charles Litsey lletty Loy, Don Luyet. NINTH GRAD President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Business Mgr. Reporter Sponsors E OFFICERS Don McClain Patsy Luzadder Larry Knight Leanna Cain Ray Land Melinda Brook Mr. Lee Miss Alspaugh V i A ef ' - w ,E:, l , A . i ' A -' i ' ' it , '1 ,.. I ,S - . X, i 'XX E tiff, n gi! , ry X r Y , '.'A: R , Q X V 4. ,,,,, . :uf g g Tl' ff A v ' f Q , ' I 1- I, , , in , , . ,,.,, ,Q K. I I , -, ,S I .. -K I V X Q 'v ' 32" t ' 'il X Q 1- ' , wif YN ff J, N J- ' A A U . . 6. X f 4, i,,, y . - ,EFL 4 -W x . , . . fx., f . -1- ,, , KE, 4 5 A, , . , ,, ., E M Q v 1 U 'I .N L 47 v i ,M v gf, W' , .. J ff' f J U ' Vlmqi - 1 i h E, - lf? ,. AQ. ' S 1' "' I." -W -- 3' f lLg34q. , X Avg , , .'q , E Minky K' r S , 1 r t t A at A ff' if . 1, 1, i + ' it 'l H 4 - '4' gt Ae .-.- 4 ' kj, .fl P ,J'g'?5l HA,k: Ehk 'f K :L Hqia j gif? . S -'S 5 "1 NAA W N ei U Gracie V N me Top row. left to right: Patsy Luzaclder, George Mason, Don McClain, Everett McPhearson, Larry lXlcPhcarson. Carol Menitt. Bonnie Minor, Dick Mitchell. Secmnl row: Doris Morin, Judy Nevin, Linda Overman, David Partlow. lone Peters, Hill Reed, Willian1 Riley, XVayn1nn Robinson. Third row: Katherine Shaw, Martha Silvey, Peggy Smith. Carolyn Stain, Jim Stuart, Ann Swart. llottom row: Jeanine Thmnas. Donald Waltermire, Roger NVl1etsel. KQ--4 . . It Page 31 Grade Eight if 1 ' u diff E i SCF p, Q 'fy :Qy Z N 5 J - l ' ,lv . Q0 f Ngggfjq C .,,A lwfw if G-k,e ,' N f ,,L N M X f t A I.-...-null .' 1: 2: il I,h' . w 11 ni Z W ,317 W ,Q 26: 6 ! ff ffk? -af i A , f"QfQ V Q' ,i V: ala . 5i d 4.1 ,iff new Page 32 I Group Picture of Grade Eight Sponsors Miss Shawhan and Mr. Hunter Top row, I to r: Stephen Antrim, Bar- bara. Baker, jim Beeman, James Bryan. Second row: Mary Carlile, Danny Creamer, Arieta Cunningham, Dana Curtis, Hallie G. Curtis. Third row: Kay Daugherty, Janet Dickey, Roger Dickinson. Dottie Feight, june Fesler. Bottom row: Helen Fox, Billy Friend, Max Garrison, Sharon Giselbach. Linda Glotzbach. ii - i ' ' Q -. , - ' in i "iz, 4-J is ff C, me , 1 flfji, rl, fx, Qlff- C f 'l Xi L I HAUE If 0 fn , yr 1 V V iii in R ia im? t ' ., " is ' 4 f IU R ' ' e 5 - y i f , i. f, . . .f , w ,. M iz' ,-.: I T . if I' 1 A, 'l '9' ttyi I t ' msg ' ' 5 11' . we , u p qw! an .V y, Jy: I I I 7 . ' Jw, " ,. 'Q A , 4 V I , ., I , av. . ly, . , , :ua V Y U Y . Y V, if - , A ' 1 , , ". ' , '.:: 4 , 3 ,f M Ms- - Q, . , . U , , -'.. . ,un L " ' V "J ' s 1142, Top row, left tn right: George Goens, Larry Gooding, Reda Granger, Ronnie Hasecuster, Arlene Hays, Carolyn Hester, Carolyn Holman, Allen House. Second row: -Ionel llutson, Mary Johnson, Tommy Lee, Paul Lennon, Marilyn Lewis, Barbara Loser, Austin Mays, janet Meredith. Third row: Carolyn Miller, ,Indy Morris, Barbara Myers, Ronnie Myers, Kenneth McPhearson, Linda Nicholson, l'atty Norris, Robert Ozenbaugh. Fourth row: Kay Partlow, Beverly Redman, Phyllis Ryan, Kenneth Sallee, Norman Sanders, Marion Silvey, tiene Smith, Sherman Stiner. W lk Ph ll' W nn Car' Vliaymjre, Barbara XVitaker, Carolyn llottoni row: jewel Tucker, Anna a 'er, y is a , 1' 5 lVlIllCI', Ruth ll'indsor, Pamela Wolf. ICIGHTI I GRADE OFFICERS President Billy Friend Vice Presirlent Ruth Vlfindsor Treasurer Paul Lennon Secretary june Fesler Business Mgr. Barbara lilaker Reporters .lanet Meredith Kenneth Sallee Sponsors Miss Shawhan Mr. Hunter l l -QJQ' l,. , F I A . ii' ,Q ii v K YQ '- V Tiki 'Q ...H 4 iw f Y, . fri, 1 14, gi A 's fy i eg., fix Qi rt 1 Q 1 -gf. K Am, , :ii to we , S i yy. tx 1 f X' M i 1 , , 4 ff' 1 af K 1 'Sf , A , I, -Q, Fw!! 'W Q -me , 'fe l Q i 95. 'H nf M- - - ,, - 'WY :- I Page 34 m I Grade Seven Top row, l to r: Alice Antrim, Garland Antrim, Shirley lleemzm. Second row: Sharon Renham, Dorothy Bless, Marilyn Urook, Susie Burton, Earl Clos. Third row: Tommy Clute, Donald Copus, Mary Cotton, Bascom Cress, Rosalie Crowell. Fourth row: 'William Delliitt, Lou Ann Drake, Larry Fox, Mary Gooding, William Guffey. Bottom row: Beverly Hires, Tommy Hires, Danny Leon Hobbs, Danny Paul Hobbs, Lola Hobbs. Q I 1,1 4. ,- 'i"jf 'f-:' x fi s, e 1 'T' - WJ, Ta. ' ,Q if J Top row, l to r: VVayne llolder, Michael " Hover, Linda Jarrett, Nerita John- r s x A son, John Klnvson. A A - Second row: Kathy Knight, Shirley Law- son, Billy Legg, David Lehman, '- , Q "-' M D' , Terry Meredith. P 'AJ' Third row: john Niccum, Donnie Len- . ' non, Jackie Painter, Etta Riddle. , . ffl , JOYCE Riegel. L' 1? MF' , i, Q " Z, 3 Fourth row: Francis Ritter, Betty Shaw, Y . , A , - , l ' ' V' T ' , fr i jt L, i if A Carl Smith. IOC Sturbois, Anita , Thomas. , .H 3 A T 52- ' 4' Fifth row: Billy Twiford, Gene 'Walter- " 1: s 1:-'H f it s T 4-L' " ' 's "..A F . mire, Connie NVaymire, Franklin Et. V ' r E .Jfw r -..A A Waymire, ,l0hnnie Waymire. if -i r iltnua V' ' 'T If Bottom row: Thomas Waymire, Ruth I A , E VVhitcomb,Marvena Whitman. ,Lia .5-A b' , A. fl' , M 'bf as ,,' N 3 I A, b . F3 Q 1 y y H I V' , l ff.. fzf".i".i1 Q -V T SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS President john Klavson Vice President Garland Antrim Treasurer Donnie Lennon Secretary Kathy Knight Business Mgr. Alice Antrim Sponsor Mr. Nash Page 35 G RADES Grade Faculty Qpznl Hughes. Loshu XYright, Alnlcdzl Rawlings, Kenneth Ccmkling, grade prin Cxpal, Charlotte Floyd, Grace Nash, Linda lfux, Mildred Kimmerling. Page 37 GRACE NASH Grade 0116 Grade Facu CHARLOTTE FLOYD Grade Two irgigqw OPAL HUGHES Grade One LINDA FOX Grade Three Page 38 l LGSHA WRIGHT Grade Six Page 39 M ILDRED KIMMERLING Grade Four ALM EDA RAVVLI NGS Grade Five x at , Lf- gf llift l -1 ., ' A 'A - ! 1 -.ff 4 . , gli?-f' 5' . s 5 'U 449 , 4 .xi 1 . - ff ' 11 fi Q 1-5? ,-f? C - 'S algiggyn gh - :,. . H A .0 Grade Page 4 0 Top row, l to r: Tonnny llusey. Wilson llrook, Larry llrown, Priscilla Can'- lile, Michael Carpenter. ,Second row: Sue Clark, Riclmrcl Clen- clenin, Carl Clos, Larry Condon, Joyce Curtis. Third row: Dixie Dayton, Sherry lfricncl. Tommy Friend, johnny llolm Golds- lrcrry, Geraldine llzirris. Bottom row: Sharon llasecuster, l,inrl:1 Henry, Sally llolnrin, Carolyn lloll- oway, Billy House. Top row, l to r: Carolyn johnson, Victor Rcinper, Rex Kirby. Ralph Lawson, ,Indy Leisure. Second row: 'lean Klcfarty. ,lack Me- Lflain, Ronnie Xlcllhearson, Joanna lllarsh, Nancy Mills. Third row: Doris Mitchell, Leona Mitch- ell, Deanna Myers, Freclclie Partlow, Anna Peters. Fourth row: Max Roach, lfclclie Shell. Ronnie Shell, Rita Shingleton, Linda Silvey. Bottom row: joe Smith, Charles Stigall, Rowlena Trissell, Lance XVarriner. Gary XVright. 1- , A E, ,i if rf f 4 f I , , , W Y K A iw W , .. Q4 r H ,, W is I I- " in ii 5 ii li We? I 'f a 1 ? 3 ' 'Nliil A K l 1 l 1 4 iflwe 5 in i 1 'kg A It Q g l I 'fi ' 1 'lf s , 0 - m -X iiuilil-Q l I lilllll Tv .. 1 ! I ,Q 3 L- 4 Y '4 '-ka , ' .V .. A , R i I 2 'is v ,W .Q , iw Ni' , . i ii' Fi ll . life "2 ,l 'rf 4i?V1'l.,'i 1 La . W - V I ls' ,E ,V ' ,Tr xi, f 5.4.1. Group Picture of Grade Six . Teacher, Mrs. XVright u I N,:"f V-ri ,ff at ,..11 ,af 5' L. v A .N . ,, ..1 N1 'K VYZ, M gi . .... ,, . .. N I it W We 5 N ff' , .X - I, f 5 , 5 K K A Twp row, l to r: Max llailcy. Ruse-lyn A , llascy, Czmil Kziy llciihzlm. ,Xiiiw 1 A K llott, l'l1il lluuslug. 4 ' Qwgfl' W Secrmcl row: Clizirlcs llruckmzui, l,:irry . it if Cain, Connie Carlile, Keith Ummlmi. fx , -1, sit gqggg 1 ' " hairy Dalzcll. V. 3..M ,? W Qi QL Q f + h 3 , 1115 A 515. 3 f l x i z 41 ,mf 5 in X I 52- " l ' , 4, :ff ., ,, 1- er i I iv 'ww' gf ., if X . V . 1 e ,, 1' ,. i G fade Page 42 6' ,, .2 A 2, U, Q1-fzliw - 3 , at 21 It , 'M Mfw.. 4, Third row: llzirris lilmcrt. llazcl liclcn. Patricia Ftcliismm, .loc lfcslcr, llilly llub Fields. Bottom row: Nlyrnn llcstur, Kermit llouse, Marie llutli. .7- 1-5 E' ni A, ' 'J' Al ....,,f, 'I'7 . K ' wa K-1 1 4 Y iw Q E 1 4 A I Wi fi rg M pid iffy' Y AJ I i,C..1"'t FS i , I if 5, . ' V 1 . ,Q 1 .A 'A' X fu' .. N Y .xx A F . iff I . Jia.. A' AIA AT? '2 - ' .3 'E' , 4 . -fa' 'Jr -1 T ' - -p, ' 1' X' k ' A ii I ' fi , A Group Picture of tirzulc Teacher, Miss Rawlings K, Qt i-,ri - ,. Top row, l to r: Carole Ami iluliusmi. Painelrx Lz1u'rcuCC. Joyce Legg, Kay Lewis, Carolyn Luzzulclcr. Second row: .izumicc Nash, -lnuc l'z1iu1- cr, David iiCl'll'lillgtr1l1, Hill Richu'iuc, Elizabeth Riddlc. Third row: 'Iinimy Shit-lrls, Ruimlil -lum- Smith, Lorna Sprague, Morris Stig- all, Karen Rue Thomas, Fourth row: Roy Lee Thomas, Shziruu Kay Thomas, Peggy Tucker, .Iciycc Waltcrmire. Carol XY:1ymirc. Bottom. row: Dizuic XY:1y1i1ir0. ,luvly XYaymi1'c, Snmlra XY:1y1uirc, Slmruu YYright. Susie XVright. illll l...1.-11: --.yi-Q-.., PTY 3' . .43-iillli ll ti .. 'A 'L ,I A Q iw Q4 ri, sq? l if E 7 "' . to W., B lJgj'Q W s , at i,. A 'yt W' ' n ew it Q 4'xf ld A ' V ' tilt? 3 i , f i ,sw ia e ' A me ' 5 " l - F A A .4 - 'iii ia It I' ,i ,gy if . N as N. S ' " 6 4-in I - .i ' an ll 1LfQI15fg?i,,1'! 0 I 1 way " H - F . . r W NT., . in ea! N. ,... 4 A . 'A" , 1 F' 1 y Grade Page 44 Top row, lto r: Douglas Anderson, Terry Avery. Calvin Bennett, Eddie Bless, Peggy Bousman. Second row: Mardella Bowers, Freda Brook, Dick Bryan, Janet Cain, Ralph Clendenin. Third row: Deloris Clos, Keith Cooper, Emma Curtis, Ruth A. Dalzell, Lynda Fesler. Fourth row: Nancy Fields, Woody Friend, Georgia Harris, Eddie Hase- custer, Doniece Heller. Bottom row: Sherry Hoover, Jerry Hut- son, Mike jackson, Bob Jarrett, Dar- lene Jarvis. . ,ax I 21 ya , 'ld 'V W . . 1, I "Wye 2 'R ' . ,. 'YJ' Z if L J. i g: ---4, X ' N. , 4 L t ' I llvs ' I at in at .S ,. gil: ' iii if t yy S L S 6' I ' y ,- ,'- W a n M .qs 1 J W , .wt . .. A Q , :,. i Q :if ,P Q V H, A, - , . V , N '--. 4' 1 ' i ' aa ,W fsmf E3 Q e Q- . Group Picture of Grade Four Teacher. Mrs. Kimmerling Top row, l to r: Martha johnson, Mar- lene Kirby. Darwin Lehman, Le- anna Lehman, Larry Luttrull. Second row: Judy Mclilfresh, Kathy Mcllree, Bob Mills, Mike Moore, Larry Noble. Third row: Nancy jo Parker, Freddie Penuock, Judy Shaw, Anita Sigler, Lynnette Smith. Fourth row: Mike Smith, Sandra Sul- livan, Linda Walker, James Way- mire, Tommy Waymire. Bottom row: Gary Welborii, Linda VVcl- born, Steven NVhitcomb, Tonda Whitson, john VVimer, Z 4 n 40 . . ! I A 15 C s 4 Fas b ft' iz I n , . ,I I: Q 'Alt iii all 1.f:.'f-:ss-.."'x 11.9- . - x, Y' sr-'Q M7 rx lift .1 lr, 4 , -:jf f . 'wlfsifqrx 125' fy! Grade Page 46 Top row, I to r: Todd Ash, Jane llaker Sharon Uarbee, Danny joe llarmes John Bishop. Second row: Loraine llonslzxg, Connie Cain, Sandra Conklin, Albert Cun- ningham. Carole Sue Davis. Third row: Bobby Dellinger. Wilson Eden, Alma Friend. Frances Grang- er, Herschel Harrison. Bottom row: Mary Beth Hartley, Nancy Hays, Ann Heath. Steven Henry. 1 as -K- I' i I , 'tl -' X. I A f :wr 1 -- Q 6 O giffli ?f'wJ Top row, l to rr Charlotte Ilolman, .lack Huffman, Timmy Johnson, lYaync X Kerkhoff, Doris Knight. A L "ja t -fy 'IM' 9 Q l I 1 Q I Second row: Phillip Lehman, Carol .lean Mock, Sylvia Morris, John Mc- , L Phearson, Tommy Orbaugh. , , Q Wf , , t . , , ., ' A l- - . l if N' ,S Third row: lien Richwine, Charles Rid- li ' if dle, June Sigler, Charles Stottle- T tl myer, Clara Ellen Sturbois. Fourth row: lletty Tucker, jimmy Walt- , W ermire, Nancy Watkins. . ' A , , " I X , Bottom row: Jerry Whitaker, Stephen ' H I I Wright, m A .- P f 'Y A' K.- X , Group Picture of Grade Three Teacher, Miss Fox Y' e n ,N W Q 1 I . sllll Q 11 is t ""Q' ' I y. 3 gill X Fi ff ' I' i fi, ii".,q'1 Q A ' V' e 51. 4 ' X rr rii N. if , ., ,,. yA r ,L , KQEEEEE 1 - ' 1 r '11 M A f i 1-an wax. V, I.. l , K - L K XM Q 3 ' I Tix Iagiffx I 1 i - "' F9 I 3 f i it to ' if , if gg A., , r Inmihgg gut' i,D i - W 5 uf L ar- g.,- V " A' '4 , , Jef 4- A A t ' ,.. ,, ,, ,,. 1XL'n '5f""' -QHWJQL J ti VIL .-. 'f."F'bY .1 -vf . r "A 4 O ir, 'lluifji - I'op row, I to r: Kenny llarnett, Gary lienefiel, Phillip Hott, joe llousnian. Max llrook, Ronnie Brook, Mona 'lane Clute, -ludith Daugherty. Second row: Roger East, Leon Ebert, Sue Ann Foley. Reanna Foreman, Donnie Gooding, jimmy Hack- er, Jeffery Harper. Dixie Heaton. Third row: Darlene Henry, David Huth, Billy Jarrett, Billy johnson, Sherry Leisure. Darrell Luttrull. Tommy Mitchell. Fourth row: David McCord, Elizabeth McCord. GFdC1C Page 48 05 --1. 1 5 l Top row, l to r: Richard joe McCord. Karen Mclllfresh, jimmy Rex Mc- Ilree, Susan Painter, Mary Faye Richwine. Second row: Bobby Riddle, Becky Ro- land, Marty Saathoff, Tommy Sig- ler, Peter Spoo. Third row: Rex Stansberry, Danny Ray Stigall, Stephen Sumner, Dickie Waymire, jarrel VVaymire. Bottom row: Mike Wilhoite, Mikie Whetsel, Steven Wilson. i m- I l Eid 'U' A ,,:g A I J Q is . Y e 'QI Kylix gp ,5.., ,153 X 9 A ,A 3' K ' f .2 ,nal ' .T . - ,A ,JM Ti va fp 3 xg I E F fl im. .3 .1 ,f Q C i - l "'.f'?g,'. I fl. I i ' bbs- J ' 45 I Vigil? i A r li i 1. , Top row, loft to right: Fred Bryan, Ronald Clendenin, I-Ierlmert Condon. Anita Sue Cooper, Carolyn llook, Sandra Hoover, llarbara Knight, Ginger Knight. Second row: Ronnie McCord, Steven Mcphearson, .Indy Miller. Darrell Ryan, John Saulmon, David Shields, ,Indy Sullivan, Danny Swart. llottoni row: -lerry Xl'altermire, Larry Waltermire, Ciinger ll-CllDOI'Il. Mary ADH Wethington, Terry lYl1ll2ll'iCl'. Group Picture of Grade Une A Teacher. Mrs. Nash Gra e ,e Q. , - I - 'I .-3, f -Q' f Q-S . -":f',..!l1Q S5 "Q 'FT' Wfiffgll sf' if l 1' W , ,- -X-xv--Q I T' ':f'li 'f:'lf Sl! 3' hi' ww ' , ," ,XV A! K " W. V l ' l ., X Q, t , f H . I W i , 4 2 s V-:I fi 1k I 1 A .. ' .A V X x' ' ' -v . it 7' t ' " 1-A " S iv 'ff U F il 1' rl., V 'I i 1. 'h txt' ' - 1 1 5 3 1: In ,EJ K 'iv B X A 1.1151-,1-the 5 U i Q c X A l 1 ' V is 1 E Z Vl.. . H , A..: , L-Y ff 5 , ral' ' QUA K I tif A Y X. Q X I 'lfj 313 ' fa ,. lx """7"Jx 49" 1 - 1 -f ' Top row, left to right: Tonnny Ashby, Ronnie Cain. Stephen Cox, Sandra Cunningham, Nancy East, Leonard Fesler, Michael Fleet, Eddy Foley. Second row: llarbara llarper, Marilyn Harrison, Ralph Hays, Terry lleaton, Terry Hiatt, Karen Jarvis, Danny johnson, Kathy Lee. llottom row: Larry Litsey, llary Nash, Edmund Peters, Sara Marsh, Naomi Peters, Gwendolyn Vanbriggle, Carolyn Wright. Group l'icture of Grade One Grade Teacher, Mrs. Hughes ---gr: -all """' Al .nclation of - - 11 CI' R's ,...J ,in--,--,,,.... ix-'Ni X ,.....--k .- xl 11391 'fx X -LBCIEJT-""'L I 1--1--'---K-.-Q ' if 5:5 Af! .Q Ln ,Q .4-f""" Page 54 ,-f""'1 - - Z,-f-A" l"zu'ming will Inc their Imsiiiuss. . Uh, Mr. Smeengc. never juclgc :1 work of art by its defects! Now, boys, this is the way corn begins to grow. Lunch time! Y ! ! Y lllc :lmlvnlmcc-cl stcnwg f1':npI1c1's Illlxk' spa-cl tcsl. Kcrkl1uff's ll-Immlm IlllIIlll'I'S nl tomorrow. .4 .4 I 1 un tw clrivc N'lfl'lY :md slum' ll life' it m'1x' hc vom' mm. , 1 Mr. Nash introcluccs his Ifnglixh class to thc linking verb. Page 55 f-MQ! EMF 1 2 Page 56 Kay Moyer explains the .-Xmc'ri- can Guard government charts. "Four Score and twenty years ago- -" is history. .Xre they clean? Now, you must translate it! Next to acquiring good friends is the acquiring of good books. VVith Mr. Conkling's help we will solve the problem. Mr. Hunter's shop boys put the finishing touches to their proj- ects. Page 57 Lqx Senior Class Play Laurie Huntington, a sophomore. home from college, -- Sidney Huntingtotn, her father, ....................... Martha Huntington, her mother, -.-.-.----...-........ VVally Huntington, her 'content with the world' brother "Gus" Gustavesky tMissi, Marthas part time help, -- joan Wood, Wally's one and only, -------.--------.-.. Lillian Wood, joan's culture conscious mother, ...... Ted Wood, Sid's business competition, .------.----...- Mark Bradford, joan's cousin, a medical student, ------ Horatio P. Honneywell, bird fancier and taxidermist, Amelia Dennis, a catty kibitzer, ....----------.-...-.-. Caroline Blakesly, a foolish matron, -.----------.--.... Grace Schoenbeck, wife of the department store owner, Walola Breckenridge, wife of the bank president, ----. Therese Brown, Walola's maiden sister, .-----.---.--- Thg little bgyy .................................. . . ' 1 , janey VVilson Richard Holland Becky George Phil Roach Mary jo Smock Virginia Miller Kaye Etchison Ronnie Dickinson Gene Roach Marshal Shively jo Harrison jane Ann Skillman Vivian Moore jo-Ann Bohnstedt Pauline Hudson Terry Meredith News bgy, .............. ...... La fry Sumner Director --------- ---.- S terrett L. Nash Student Directors -- .---- Kenneth Hosier Page 5 I Shirley Pennington Joyce Sprague THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS "Quit Your Kiclclingn a farce comedy Friday October 10, 1952 CAST OF CHARACTERS' Mrs. Buford :a widow of about 45- ., , , - , ., -- , Evelyn Buford : her daughter-- - - - - - - - - - Winnie : one of the Buford twins, , - - - - -, , Binnie : the other twin ..... - - ..,, - ,, , , - , Jim Travis : a young lawyer ..... - - - - , ,, -, - ,, Jean Owen : Evelyn's friend- - -- -- - ., - - - , , , -, Betty Anderson : another friend- ....... , ,. , - - Dr. Mel Shannon : a young intern ..... - .. - .. Tom Patton : a florist- ..,,, ,, , ,.,, - - - , - , ,, Spike Whitten : a friend of VVinnie - - - ,. - - - ,, - , -, Mrs. Sophronia Buford : a wealthy aunt of Mr. Buford - - - Camila Ann Dusenberry : the Buford's new maid- ,,..., , Student director : Joyce Ann Free Page 59 Doris Graham Wanda Friend Don Heady Mara-Le Wilson Dick Bott Doris Barber Nita Braddick Allen Dalton Gene Etchison Charles Smock ,Marina Harper Shirley Daniels GIRLS' CHORUS Music Department The music department. of Frankton High School. under the direction of Miss Doris Shawhan par- ticipates in many musical programs throughout the year. The Choral Club, chosen from members of the Boys Chorus and the Girls Chorus, is quite active. Iiight members attended the State Choral Festival at Indianapolis. The whole group participates in the County Choral Festival, Musicaliticg, and the Christmas program. They also sing at the various churches in the community. Smaller groups are picked from this to sing on other occasions. The band is also quite active, They play at political rallies, ballgames, and Christmas programs. They march at the Elwood Centennial, Santa Clause parade at Anderson, Harvest Festival, and the High School llay at l. U. They were also entered in the Band Contest. 'f , I BOYS' CHORUS " , 4kf' MALE QUARTET ,- Jake Dietzer, jim Beamer, Phil -' Harvey, and Gene Etchison Page 60 STAFF Editor - in - chief : Virginia Miller junior Editor 1 -loyce Free Business Manager : Ronnie Dickinson Junior Manager : Dick llott Subscription Manager 2 Kenny Idle Feature Editor : Mary Jo Smock Sports Editor : Dick. Holland Snapshot Editor it Student Photographer : Phil Roach Typis-ts : Pauline Hudson. Vivian Moore Class Editors : Charlene Vestal. Joyce Sprague. Larry Sumner, jane Skillman. Ted Harbit. Gene Marsh. janey Wilsonf Shirley Pen- nington, Kaye Etchison Faculty Consultant : Sterrett L. Nash THE STA FF Editor : jovce Sprague Assistant Editor : jane Ann Skillman Business Manager : .Io Harrison Production Manager : Jamey VVilson Art Editors 1 Pauline Hudson and Kenton Hosier Department Editor 1 Shirley Thomas Feature Editor : Carolyn Knight Circulation Manager : Vivian Moore Advisor : Marietta Parr Page 62 THE EAGLITE Russell Forkner of Elite Studio. Anderson, our official photograph- er for the 1953 Eaglite. THE GCLDEN EAGLE The l "H's" represent the four-fold development of the I-lead, Heart, Hands, and llealth. The 4-l'-I clubs of Frankton Public School un- der the capable leadership of Mr. Gordon Kerkhoff and Miss Marilyn Bowers do just that. From the clubs of our school have come leaders in the community who have gone out and have made their mark in the community. The club motto "To Make The llest Better" is the aim of every club member and serves as a guide in the act- ivities of each day. The pictures on this page do not in any way show the ex- tent of the work. .lust one phase of the work is pictured here. b'my's activities with girl participation. The girls clubs won their share of rib- bons also. I. Gene Marsh looks worri- ed! will he win or loose? He won Reserve Grand Champion. '?. Kenny Hosier and Lightn- ing. 3. The judge looks them over. 4. Barbara Baker and her Hereford heifer. 5. johnny Campbell 8: Bar- bara lohnson look over her prize winning sheep. Ji. The library bulletin board during 4-H Club Week. 7. Gary jones and his Jersey heifer. 8. l3ill's heifer was no Lemon. Sl. The Livestock Judging Trophy. awarded annualy by the Indiana and Mich- igan Electric Company, was won by Phil Roach. I T y HM-f W, "'.,.."B"'..- f 1 .ia T , - H. , iw. M, if - ' . . 'W-ft 1 wr - , - Y M . t -v A s , :ln , . - iv - . iw-'ee ' i. 'T .. X. , f 4 . -J"-It' .. f"z iilffiiyl, gp ,, . ' .php ,. K 'mem K: 1 3 H if , ,, L - ' Aft ' ,v f i ' le ,,, W - 1 , Wi N nb 1 :nfl t ime V !A.e.x L .,,, ' U Page 63 .A ,Quite L44 i cmillm IQZD IN Expense 1 Page 64 jim eyes the fooil. Singing their "theme" song. Anyone want Z1 lmlloon The cheering section at the baseball game. l.et's have some music. First clay of school. Everyone is studying hard. Vlfaiting on the bus. Now. let's have some fun. Are you afraid to sit down, Shirley? K'Musicalities" enact the "Blacksmith Blues". Keep looking you will find it. Frankton is losing - - - e:1n't you tell it? It is zi long way np. Heafly cloes it zigziin, Your hair looks fine now, Teil. Mr. Kerkhoff will try for a basket. It is hard to decide. Shop boys look over their new trailer. Miss Parr is counting her money. Seven's have :1 party. .TIlI'llt0l"S best friend. "Smile" This is an iniportzint decision - invitations. A part of the "Dixie Four." Phil observes a basket- ball game. Luther watches. too. Page 4 1 SP0 RTS .1..-- 1 -hi JI-9' Y v In ' Q. - - - ua -Q .i-.. - V...!, e Sports The Talon Club Page 67 . Q51 lialv i ,we Cheel' The 1952-53 Cheer Leaders Patty Hcnderscm Don Heady Roberta johnsrm hlnjx 'X HILADX Iforwa rd W .- 1 ,,.f..-.W , .. ... --,, J.. 3, ..-.....4 L, .W L.. .ban-v--0-fy. ,M-W, , ,-..,. 4.,,q-. , ,,.w.,.,, ..,...4- . , -. -.--i r ,li V P- .-....-..-,V . - ' ,vw , H. -... . .. . M- , :iv 1 'vi , I K NIGHT 'W' Forward , .,, . Center l . ,.-- V V .V , -u.. n-:. .. "' V - ,ff , ,, Q W. . J, A r ...M .f,M-Q...-...Qu IIARBIT Guard -M I f .---if-. DICKINSON ' ,' Guard ...lu-an . n'siE...GhlJZ C QI IIN LLY 5 I m xx 'lrcl ,mg it PM J i X ,-'. ' 3 'Na+-nu-astra-M 920. L,- D, lm., Jw? 403-,H gnuu-v N- ...-Y.- . . .un-Q L- -. f . .,,.-.1 '.--V 4, -nn- 'NRPHEARSON Cuard ---'- - W rs, , -i E DALTON K Guard I WW HOSIER V Center 1 ,,J' ' MARSH Forward IDLE Forward .w ' ' "Iii-104663 Wm. Mini . Mutha:- f-- Nw- -nw. wh, Front row, left to right: Gene Marsh, Bob McPhearson. Allen Dalton, Kenny Idle, Marshall Shively, Q .Kenny Hosier,-Bill Heady, Coach Muff Davis. Standing: Ronnie Dickinson, Ted Harbit, Mgrs. Paul Dorum, Paul Granger and jimmy Moore, Bob Knight. Varsity The Eagles had one of their most successful seasons in many years. They compiled a record of 14 wins and 4 losses during the year. The team was composed of eight seniors and two juniors who were a very willing and capable group of boys. Members of the varsity and others may be interested in years to come to be able to turn to the Eaglite and to see the Frankton scores of the 1953 Sectional by quarters. We present them as follows: N ov Nov Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Frankton-Pendleton 5 7 21 25 5 10 19 .. .... 21 .. .... 39 .. .... 49 XValnut Grove Lapel M arkleville Summitville Fairmount Fishers Jackson Central Northwestern Westfield F rankton-Markleville Frankton-Anderson 18 ........,. 12 15 29 .......... '85 25 46 .... .... 3 7 43 57 .......... 55 62 SCHEDULE We They 56 54 Jan. Yorktown 83 44 Jan. Markleville 66 33 Jan. Pendleton 97 61 jan. Carmel 40 74 Feb Alexandria 71 62 Feb Elwood 64 51 Feb Windfall 53 54 Feb St. Mary's 66 37 Feb Gaston Page 70 They 54 34 53 59 89 61 46 50 48 B TEAM 5 5 SCHEDULE Opponent We They Walnut Grove '29 28 Lapel 41 19 Markleville 46 33 Summitvillc 34 37 Fairmount 30 45 Fishers 38 36 Jackson Central 53 43 Northwestern 45 49 Westfield 35' 47 Yorktown 32 50 Markleville 27 32 Pendleton 31 51 Carmel 47 49 Alexandria 31 64 Elwood 34 36 Windfall 37 36 St. Mary's 33 34 Gaston 38 45 ' "W Franleton B Team Front row. left to right: junior Ozenbaugh, Coacli Davis. O, V. Truex. Back row: Charles Smock, -lim Beamer, Frank Closscr, Jim Pickering, Harold Kennedy, jerry jackson, Phil Harvey. FRESHMAN TEAM SCHEDULE Opponent VVe They Pendleton 35 44 Elwood 25 30 Alexandria 20 63 St. 1oseph's 32 42 St. Mary's 23 Lapel 61 37 .Alexandria 27 29 St. Mary's 49 40 Pendleton 43 37 Elwood 31 49 .Alexandria 31 39 St. joseph's 32 38 FICSIIIHGH TCBH1 Front row, left to right: Coach james llunter. Michael Clnte, Don XValtern1yer, Hobby height, David Part- low. Standing: Don Bailey, Don McClain, Tom Hudson, Mgr. House. Ray Land, Dale Gillam, Morris Harrison. Earl McPhearson. Page 71 JUNIOR HIGH SCHEDULE Opponent We They Leach 29 27 Pendleton 31 32 Cunningham 39 49 Orestes 31 24 Elwood 42 19 Alexandria 39 18 St. -Ioseph's 46 28 Leach 35 36 Alexandria 40 38 Lapel 44 16 Cunningham 35 31 Lapel 31 32 Elwood 29 39 Junior Team glexandrla 53 35 restes 39 28 Front row, left to right: Mgr. il. llryan, Donnie Lennon. St. J0seph's 29 21 Mickie Hover. Tom flute. Mgr. G. Smith. Second row: VVayne Holder, Larry Fox, Larry IX'lcl'he:11'- son. Back row: Coach. Kenneth Cfonkling. Paul Lennon, Tom Lee, Stephen Antrim, Danny Creamer. Roger Dick- inson, Robert Ozenhaugh, Bill Friend. 5th 6' 6th Grade Team Front row, left to right: Charles llrockman, Mike Carpen- ter. Douglas Anderson. Ralph Clendenin, 'loc lfesler. Max Bailey. Second row: Harris Ehert, Tommy Friend, llill llouse. llill Richwine. Victor Kemper, Ronnie Mcljliezirson, llilly Bob Fields, Gary Dalzell, lloh hlarrett. Back row: Mgr. .lim Bryan, Freddie Partlow. Russell lflen- denin, Dick Bryan, Coach Conkling. .lack McClain. Tom llasey, Lance NVarriner. Mgr. G. Smith. Page 72 5 P1111-1 QI V! 5 'il Baseball KENNY IDLE Left Fielder JIM MOORE, Center Field FRANK CLOSSER, Right Field RONNIE DICKINSON, Short Stop MARSHALL SHIVELY, 2nd, Baseman KENNY HOSIER, Pitcher TED HARBIT, 3rd, Baseman BILL HEADY, lst. Baseman 9 BOB MCPHEARSON, Catcher Page 74 It J l V Welborn Underriner Pickering Truex Hudson Clute Ozenbaugh Group Picture of F. H. S. Baseball Team Coach Davis Page 75 Tracie Glotzbaugh takes it in his stride as Hosier urges him on, Frankton must be satis- fied with a close second. Once more Glotzbaugh comes in first. It's a long way round, boys. Beamer jumps as Friend chalks his distance. Ozenbaugh leaps for a good score. Heave her Ronnie. Frankton scores again. Harbit was up but he missed it., Heave-ho Hosier. Jerry is in the air. Calendar AUGUST Our first day Cabout 2 hours SEPTEMBER First whole day Class organization Juniors start play practice Baseball game with Markleville Sophomore skating party Talon Club organized Juniors order sweaters Summitville Baseball game Group pictures taken Seniors ordered invitations, name cards, and thank-you notes Sophomores ordered rings Sophomore class party Elected yell leaders Seniors solicit advertising Baseball game with Pendleton I We lostl Baseball game with St. Mary's CWe wonl Lord's Acre Fall Festival General Business class went to Anderson Lapel Baseball game Senior skating party Solicit advertising again OCTOBER Basketball practice starts junior magazine sales start Junior pictures taken at Anderson Matinee of Junior Play Junior play "Quit Your Kiddingn Agriculture Soil Judging at Perkinsville Dixie Four at Frankton Csponsored by Seniorsj Biology Trip to Chicago Senior Class Party Magazine sales stop Band Day at I. U. Band played at political rally Senior Eaglite sales start junior Skating Party juniors got sweaters Teachers Institute State Choral Fetsival 4-H Achievement Math Trip to Chicago Halloween Festival fSeniors made 8118.225 NOVEMBER Open house for basketball First Pep Session Game with Walnut Grove fWe won in an overtimeb Pep Session Game with Lapel CWe wonj Students see "Ivanhoe" "I Speak for Democracy" speeches heard Page 77 Pep session Game with Markleville QWe wonj Senior Bake sale Pep session- Game with Summitville fRecord scorej Thanksgiving vacation DECEMBER Senior Eaglite sales stop - 287 copies sold Boys received new Talon jackets Fairmount Game K Lost our first gamel Art Class visited Ball State ' Fishers game CVl'e wonl Ag. Corn show at Y. M. C. A. Christmas program presented by Music Department Classes had Christmas exchange Game with jackson Central Christmas vacation Chorus Party fWent carolingj JANUARY Sophomores got rings Northwestern game Westfield game Yorktown game Tryouts for Senior Play Markleville game Pendleton game Carmel game FEBRUARY Alexandria game Elwood game Windfall game St. Mary's game Gaston game Band went to Remy Sectional MARCH Senior Play practice starts Senior Skating Party Donkey Basketball game APRIL Senior Play "The Little Dog Laughed" County Choral Festival Band Contest Agriculture District Judging MAY Senior Skating Party Senior Trip Baccalaureate Commencement A U T 0 G Q 15.231 -- I Q39 Li' 1 I fxplg , ,K 1" ff-'igw ,--qi .. , M-F r .1.ii., H n 95-1 47 v - vw ' 4 5iLL4u maine MILLER MUTURS. INC. Chevrolet 8 Oldsmobile Sales 8: Service -n-""' A Service Institution PHONE 22 Alexandria, Indiana Compliments of COMMERCIAL BANK and TRUST CO. Alexandria, Indiana BRADDICK RESTAURANT A GOOD PLACE T0 EAT Meals - Sandwiches - Ice Cream Frankton, Indiana WHITTEN'S AUTO SERVICE Standard Service - Standard Oil Products Pipe Creek Township Fire Control Complete Mechanical Service and Welding Phone: Day 9141 - Night: 100 Frankton George C. Hamer 8: Son Home F urnisher Funeral Director Frigidaire Appliances DUO-THERM and PERFECTION FUEL OIL HEATERS IRONRITE IRONER The Only Ironer With Two Usable Open Ends SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS and VARNISHES FIRTH CARPETING and RUGS ARMSTRONGS LINOLEUM llfxl ' -11 3 Bob's Shell Service Complete Mechanical Service 81 Welding . WRECKER SERVICE Phone: Day 9148 Night 22 Frankton Stroup Insurance Agency HOOVER'S Pure Oil Service Specialized Lubrication and Washing Pure Tires - Batteries - Accessories LIFE - AUTO - FIRE Phone 108'F2 Frankton Phone 9143 Frankton, Indiana Compliments of FARMERS GRAIN 81 CUAL C0. Dealers in Grain, Coal, Feed, Seed and Fertilizer Grinding 8: Mixing Farmers Feed and Supplement Master Mix Feed and Supplement Phone 85 Compliments of Country Kitchen Home Cooked Dinners Phone 91410 Frankton CERDEN 81 SON Manufacturing Contractors Ferrous and Non Ferrous Mechanical Assemblies - Parts Anderson -:- F rankton, Indiana SPRAGUE AUTO BODY COMPLETE AU'ro Bom: AND RADIATOR SERVICE Compliments Phone 62 Frankton, Indiana I Maddy s Harold's Mobil Station Department Store Phono 91 Frankton, Indiana Phone DRY GOODS JOHN ACKERMAN NOTIONS GROCERIES 8: MEATS HOT-POINT APPLIANCES FRUITS 8: VEGETABLES G. E. TELEVISION Phone 92 Frankton, Indiana FLOOR COVERING rug, 'mm FRANKTUN LUMBER COMPANY "Everything To Build Anything" Phone 114 . Frankton, Indiana Compliments of HARPER'S REPAIR SHOP Saw Filing, Lawn Mower Sharpening, Washing Machine and General Repair. L. H. WILSON Standard Oil Distributor GAS - MOTOR OIL - GREASE HEATER 8: FURNACE OILS Leslie Harper, Frankton, Ind. Phone 86 Frankton, Indiana O. A. TAYLOR All Kinds of Insurance ' CONGRATULATIONS To Frankton Phone 39 Indiana THE CLASS OF 1953 NOBLE W. PENNINGTON FROM THE ELECTRICIAN Frankton, Indiana - Phone 75 The F rankton Building and Compliments to the Class of 1953 WANN PACKING COMPANY Frankton, Indiana Loan Association FRANKTON, INDIANA PHONE 103 FRANKTON PACKAGE STORE Fountain Service, Tobaccos, Package Medi cines, Sundries, Photo Finishing Phone 9142 Frankton, Indiana Compliments to The Class of 1953 Bob Ludlow HOLLAND COMPANY F rankton Phone 31 WA YMIRE ELECTRIC Eleetrical Contractor Radio and Television Sales and Service BOB WAYMIRE Frankton, Indiana Phone 80 BARBER SHOP F rankton, Indiana FRANKTON CLEANERS THE BEST IN CLEANING PRESSING-DYEING WATERPROOFING Phone 145 BOB HUGHES, PROP. RAYMOND KING Your Local Insurance Agent Phone 104 - Frankton, Indiana Compliments Of THE FRANKTON PRESS JOE SMITH GARAGE Box 414, Frankton, Indiana Phone 66 JOE SMITH, PROP. Compliments of FRANKTON SAW MILL Hardwood Lumber EDWARD AULT, MANAGER Compliments of CROWELL HARDWARE HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATING Phone 130 Frankton, Indiana Burnet'te's Furniture Appliance 8: Hardware 218 South 22nd. Street Phone 485 ELWOOD, INDIANA DeHority St Son Agency "SERVING INSURANCE NEEDS OF MADISON COUNTY SINCE 1900" Opposite P. O. ELVVOOD Fermen's Dress Shop Alexandria, Indiana Ladies Ready - to - Wear CENTRAL INDIANA GAS COMPANY ELWOOD, INDIANA McNees Radio 8: Appliance RCA WESTINGHOUSE 8 201 W' Washington St- 123 West Washington Street Phone 1141 Alexandria Alexandria - Phone 219 -- Indiana BEATSUN MUTUR COMPANY ""'Un,A-1-. ,,t4.-' v-L1.N'- . Q., llllll 9 Your Friendly Ford Dealer PHoNE so Alexandria, Indiana Compliments of W. H. MAY Alexandria, Indiana Creamer Sales Co. BUICK - - - PONTIAC Alexandria, Indiana .IACICN JILL SHOPPE Alexandria, Indiana BOYS 81 GIRLS APPAREL TEENS Sz PREP Compliments HANLIN HATCHERY 8a SUPPPLY, INC. U. S. Certified Baby Chicks Alexandria, Indiana CHESLEY H. THOMAS All F orms of Insurance 117 N. Harrison Street Phone 1 Alexandria, Indiana Alexandria Banking Co. Alexandria, Indiana BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE iMember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of VANITY CLEANERS Alexandria, Indiana PHONE 66 Compliments of "The Store for Dad and Lad" ETCHlSON'S, INC. Alexandria, Indiana Alexandria Bakery Phone 815 Alexandria. Indiana Best Wishes for A Happy and Successful Future PACE'S SERVICE 635 So. And. St., Elwood, Ind. Indiana and Michigan PHONE 79 Electric Co. ROAD SERVICE Elwood, Indiana HIATTS POULTRY MARKET Cotterman Furniture 112 East Washington C Alexandria, Indiana Phone 585 ornpany FURNITURE - RUGS - BEDDING R. E. May St Son GENERAL INSURANCE - . Alexandria' Indiana Phone 104 Alexandrla, Indlana Phone bl? COX SUPER MARKET 'I Nrvrls Save Two Ways At Cox's - SAVE ON YOUR FOOD HILL .-'XND I saws YOUR ' CASH REGISTER RECEIPTS FOR - - FREE PREMIUMS - - "SHOES FOR THE FAMILY" "Say It With F lowers" LEEWIN FLORAL CO. 606 West Washington Street Alexandria, Indiana Phone 498 Compton's Cafe MULLEN'S VVm. 81 Georgia Compton SHOE STORE 116 N. Harrison Alexandria Alexandria. Ph. 400 Phone 805 GOLDSBERRY'S FLOWER SHOP Flowers for Funerals HOLIDAYS BIRTHDAYS EMBLEMS CORSAGES WEDDINGS CENTER PIECES BOUQUETS Flowers by Wire "Say It With Flowers, But Say It With Ours" McKNIG1'I'l"S Genuine I .H .C. Sales Ee' Service I-H FREEZERS 8z REFRIGERATORS i 2 V I -,W Q, . , .-M ' W F l Q U 3 miles west of Frankton on State Road 128 McK"'ght S Treats You Right then one-half mile north Phone Aroma 46 Phone 8 1519 South B Street, Elwood, LEESUNS ELWOOD Smart Apparel For Young Men and Women Great . . . Years ago . . . Greater today Continuous Quality Is Quality You Trust Bottling Co. of Elwood Reynolds Electric Co. H nies D Cleaners 12 Chamness Avenue O ry ELWOOD, INDIANA 1926 MAIN ST. Phone 824 Electrical Contracting and Supplies ELWOOD, INDIANA Motor Repair and Rewinding ZIMMER INDUSTRIES INC. Manufacturer Of Fine Trailer Homes ELwooD, INDIANA CHRYSLER 8 PLYMOUTH Central Hardware Store 8 Where You Find What You Want Choice Used Cars forthe E- M- HOME - STORE - FARM Garden Seed MOTOR SALES 1421 Main Street, Elwood, Indiana PHONE 508 108 S. Anderson iq- Z' Tri, COMPLIMEN TS OF THE FIRST NATIUNAL BANK of ELWUDD 61 YEARS Member of Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance The Only National Bank in Madison County 1892 - 1953 Elwood, Indiana - I . I . Hiatt s Frozen Foods Flhe S 8 Locker Service Custom Slaughtering Cold Storage Custom M-eat Curing PHONE l727W P 11 D ' Main Elwood 15722 Xlalll SRU ry rejslnlElWOOCl, Ind. Phone li SINGER SEWING MACH. GO 206 South Anderson Street Beautiful Shoes CHASE BOOTERY Good Shoes Priced Right E1wood's Newest Shoe Store Singer Sewing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners Phone 146 for Free Demonstration l'llNSl'lAw'S "First of All A Drug Store" THREE REGISTERED F. W. WOOFIQAISORTH CO. PHARMACISTS HOME , SCHOOL Phone 88 - Elwood, Indiana OR PLAY MANGAS' CAFETERIA This Cafeteria Recommended by Duncan Hines ELWOOD, INDIANA ACME AUTO BODY Complete Auto Body and Rod Service 224 N. l6tli. St. Elwood, Ind. Compliments of Metal Fabricators, Inc. Compliments of HIATT AND COBB FURNITURE STORE Elwood, Indiana Congratulations, Seniors GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE Elwood, Indiana M. E. Runyan, Mgr. Dawson Buick - Pontiac Co. "Serving Motorists Since 1907" 317 S. Anderson Street Elwood, Indiana CITY CREAMERY DAIRY PRODUCTS ARE SOLD IN ALL FRANKTON STORES CITY CREAMERY Elwood, Indiana Congratulations from AURELIUS STORE Compliments of J. C. PENNEY'S Robert Dellinger Farm Service ALLIS-CHALMERS SALES 8: SERVICE 1336 South A Street, Elwood, Indiana Compliments of Butcher Mtg. Co. ELVVOOD, INDIANA Manufactures of Mineral Feeds Congratulations, Class of '53 Elwood Federal Savings 84 Loan Association The place to Save Your Money and Buy Your Home Elwood, Indiana LANDRUM IMPLEMENT CO. Jomv DEER FARM EQUIPMENT DELA VAL SEPARATURS and MILKERS SALES and SER VICE Compliments of Wright Cement Works '300 South 8th St. Elwood, Ind Congratulations and Best Wishes from the Management and Staff of The ELWOOD and VUGUE THEA TRES Elwood, Indiana Compliments of FA LVEY'S STORE 102 Main Street FOR MEN AND BOYS Elwood, I ndlana 112 South Anderson sr., Elwood, Ina. scnool. AND ormcn SUPPLIES ROYAL GARMENT Party Planning, Gifts, Greeting CLEANERS Cards, Name Tapes 308 So. 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G BALFOUR COMPANY Attleboro, Massachusetts Class Rings - Club Medals and Trophies Graduation Announcements and Cards Diplomas JESSE E. GREENE STATE REPRESENTATIVE P. O. Box No. 5, Daleville, Indiana I Son: BALDWIN 8: LESTER PIANOS Instruments Radios and Victrolas Records Sheet Music Instrument Repairing Music 8: Hobby Shop, Inc. Madison County's Leading Music Store 12th and Jackson Phone 33309 ANDERSON BR YCE BROWN " Clothes of Rc-known" 1307 S. Meridian St. Phone 5690 jig, Anderson, Indiana RY! 6Ifl5 1213 MERIDIA Uompliments of And I di erm n 'ma J. C. PENNEY'S LAMPS and SERVICE PARTS Guide .Emp .layldilu Wa, hoose Yo r Goals . . . they are yours to attain Graduation is a lot like the launching of a ship. Both mark the end of a period of preparation. Behind a launching are years of plan- ning and building-of fitting out with all the gear needed for fair and foul weather. ' Behind graduation are years of acquiring information-of practice in exercising judgment and in setting values. All are intended to equip you to make the right decisions in the years to come. Behind, too, are the good times you've had, the com- panionship of many friends-and the wise counsel of those who have been your teachers. As you chart your course toward a new goal-whether it be the pursuit of a higher education or success in earning your own way-be thankful for the American tradition of indi- vidual freedom. Because of it, you are free to choose your goal. And you are free to achieve it by your own hands and brain, by your energy and industry, by your determination and self-reliance. Good luck and Godspeed! DELCO-REMY Division, General Motors Corporation Anderson, Indiana WHEREVER WHEELS TURN OR PROPELLERS SPIN SCZESNY SCHOOL MUSIC - DANCE 7114 Siaflia Wm! .Speakd 4am ilaelf' 12th and Main Phone 3-4422 OVER. 48 YEARS IN ANDERSON CATHEDRAL OF FASHION R Sz H Motor Co. ,Inc. 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