Frankton High School - Eaglite Yearbook (Frankton, IN)
- Class of 1962
Page 1 of 124
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1962 volume:
THIS IS YOUR '62 EAGLITE:
A MEMORY BRACELET
IN BOOK FORM
Nw' IEIE' ERE 'A
The events at Frankton High during the
school year 1961 -'62 will no doubt be
treasured memories to those who were
associated with the many phases of the
schoo1's life. In order to recall
memories of the past, a memory brace-
let is sometimes worn. Because this
book serves the same purpose as the
bracelet, the theme of this yearbook
describes the 1962 Eaglite as "A Mem-
ory Bracelet in Book Form."
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It Was the Heart
Haven't you heard about that before, Kathy. Whatever
Bonnie is doing must be funny. I wonder what she will
illustrate for you tomorrow at noon.
Routine events which happen
from day to day are the least
noticed when they happen at
present but the best remembered
when they are looked back upon
in the future. The small talk in
the gym at noon, the mad dash
for the lunch line, the crowded
lockers during breaks, and other
common happenings are taken for
granted but these events Will be
held physically in this book as
well as mentally in your minds
for years to come.
After going through this book for
enjoyment, come back and study
the people, because they are the
ones who made the memories
That's right Dave, we must stay in line to
get our lunch from now on.
of Frankton High
Y "In you go, horn in hand. " It's going to be another Did you drop something Bert, or are you going to
hot day, but you seem to be enjoying the morning sit on the floor to get your books out of you: locker
Some were happy and some were sad, but the time came when we had to come to school. Cheer up, some of the
teachers didn't look happy either.
It just has to be the Eagles winning because this
Eagle sure looks in shape for this task.
The basketball boys seem to have a lot to talk
about at noon in the athletic office.
Everyone seems to be happy about leaving school.
It must be the favorite time of day.
Daily Events Are
It appears that Doug and John are hard at work
finishing their "windows" for art class.
The afternoon journey to class is being accepted by
these students as they walk down the hall to after-
noon classes . . .
There's nothing like being physically fit to get the
girls to notice you, boys!
Is that the new dance, Sally, or are you catching
flies in gym class . . .
Watch out, Wayne 3 it might bite you. Ted seemed
to know how to make it do everything else . . .
Skill and patience are required to turn out uniform
designs on the wood lathe. Jerry Moss and Larry
Bardonner seem to be involved in their work.
1 Tom Singer and Jerry Gordon can usually be found
in the science room observing specimen pertaining
Miss Bowers knows what she's doing in this class.
While Alma is busy planning where either to
decrease or increase the waist, Jean is pinning her
pattern on the material. Best of luck in getting your
garments to fit, girls.
Participation in daily events covers a
wide variety of school functions .
Besides the pencil and paper work of
English, history, bookkeeping, etc.,
there are classes in which students
combine knowledge with manual skill
such as the shop lathe work, home ec.
dress making and biology observations .
ln order that others can climb to the
heights of knowledge, librarians are
sometimes required to climb to the
heights of a book shelf. By setting up an
apparatus that controls chemical
actions, students may observe and prove
facts learned in text books.
"Now is the time . . ." is a very good exercise,
Jennie. Limber your fingers so you can type your
P a 3lli1erix':Is,tx'i:Iarrett and Hurh compare 'known with
Clare found it for you this time.
Ben, are you still looking for that book? Maybe X
in School Activities
Many things happen during activity period. We
have special guests and programs to help the
students Widen their horizons .
Are you Seniors really recording the Thanksgiving
It's Rah, rah, rah, for our team on the day we
have a basketball game. The school really has
Congressman Roush talks to F.H.S. students
about his experiences in the House of
Man! What cool music Mr. Louis Goustslo
made on his piano, November 28.
Barbara June Sigler
Barbara has been active
in a number of organi-
zations since the begin-
ning of her high school
career . . . including
Student Council, Pep
Club, Tri -Hi-Y,
Future Teachers of
America, Latin Club,
Home Ec. Club, etc.
The Eaglite Staff is
happy to be able to
crown her as student
choice for the 1962
Eaglite Queen . . .
ATT EN DANTS
Runners-up in the student voting were Nancy Wat-
kins and jackie Clark. jackie came to us from
Hancock Central where she was active in affairs
there and has continued to show much of her same
zealous spirit since arriving on the Frankton
Since coming to Frankton
jackie has become a mem-
ber of Tri -Hi-Y, Future
Teachers of America,
Eaglettes, and is a twirler
with the Frankton High
Nancy Watkins has spent
all of her years in the
Frankton schools. She
has been a cheer -leader
for four years, has par-
ticipated in class plays, is
a member of Tri-Hi-Y and
has served in numerous
other posts of responsi-
bility . . .
The organizing of a group for a specific
purpose and the activities that are planned
by the group will very likely develop into
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King "Rex" Gary Dalzell,
King of the 1961 Mardi
Gras, is all smiles as he
poses with Queen Ginger
Jaclson on the right arm
and the crown on his
head. Presenting the
crown is Principal Gene
Heniser who congrat-
ulates the two after he
does the honors.
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Junior Princess Nancy Watkins, Junior
Prince Ben Richwine, Freshman Princess
Sandra Cunningham, and Freshman Prince
Bruce Stevens await the show which is to
come . . .
The 1961 Mardi Gras, which is
sponsored by the Student Council,
was held in the grade school gym
Following the crowning of the
King, a Variety program was
presented with a "roaring twen-
ties" theme. Refreshments were
served after which those who
desired were able to dance to the
music of a live band.
Senior Prince Wayne Ousley, Senior Princess Judy Blake,
Q1 Sophomore Prince Dave Huth, and Sophomore Princess Mary
51 Faye Richwine pose formally for the photographer . . .
Gloria Blair sang a very pretty song at the prom, we wish
you would sing more often.
Butch Noble are you telling jokes or are you dancing a
Ben, you look very diplomatic giving
The Frankton High School Junior -Senior
Prom was held May 13, 1961, at the
Spencer Hotel, in Marion, Indiana. There
was an evening meal, entertainment and
dancing. Everyone had a nice time.
This is just a few of the people who were dancing and
having a good time.
Nancy isrx't wasting the smile. It
goes well with the lovely frock
she is wearing at the Fa1l-Semi-
Formal Dance sponsored by the
Tri-I-li-Y when all of the girls have
a chance to put on their prettiest
dress . . .
When school pictures were taken, it was necessary that the Walter-
mire twins--Jerry and Larry be designated as such. Never-the-less
Jerry . . . or is it Larry . . . gives the photographer a big smile . . .
Hand holding among the boys is not
regular fare except on the day the
Sophomore Class receives their
rings. Lee Riegel looks admiringly
at Fran.kie's ring as other class
members look on . . .
SENIGR CLASS PLAY
"BlLL'S NIGHT OUT" was selected for pre-
sentation by the members of the senior ,
class . . . as their final production.
Early in the year the cast was selected and
work was begun on the production.
Steve Davison, jack Smothers, and jack
Huffman assisted Mr. Sterrett L. Nash,
director, with the construction of the stage
set and Kevin Crawford acted as stage
Following the production of the play, mem-
bers ofthe cast, the director and family,
the persons responsible for sale of tickets
and ushering spent a very enjoyable evening
at the home of Andrea Seely.
A "blue -note" night be sounded with regard
to the rehearsals. The "flu bug" hit the
school during the week of try-out and there
was scarcely one night until the final week
of dress rehearsals that a full cast reported
to practice. In spite of circumstances, the
play was a success.
A nicely constructed storage balcony pro-
vides place for stage hands to get the set in
Looking over the loot found in the stolen car are John Smith, Alma Friend, and Carol Mock seated on floor.
Other cast members left to iight are Charlie Stettner, Doug Hood, Ted McCord, Nancy Watkins,.Andrea Seely,
Douglass Waltermire, Clara Sturbois, Steve Horn, Karen Taylor, Nancy Hays, and Steve Hudson.
HO OR SOCIETY
First semester members of the Honor Society were l. to r. Vickie Beck, Carol Tommy, Nancy Hays, Carole Davis,
Kathy Lee, Stan Busby, Wayne Kerkhoff, Ted McCord fPresidentj, Alma Friend, Sandra Conklin, Carol Mock, Jackie
Clark, on floor: Ben Richwine, Larry Litsey, and Tom Sigler fSecretaryj.
Honor Society Sponsor Mr. Sterrett Nash pins a flower
on member Barbara Sigler before open house activities
The Eureka Chapter of the National Honor
Society at Frankton High was an active
group during the 1961-62 school year.
Ushering and acting as the hosts at the
annual open house, plus the customary
coat check which was operated at all home
basketball games were the two main func-
tions of the organization.
One induction was held each semester of
the school year with Carole Davis, Vickie
Beck, Carrol Tommy, Stan Busby, Kathy
Lee, and Larry Litsey being inducted in the
fall and john Smith, james Allen, Susan
Brown, Jennie Frazier, jerry Gordon, and
Gary Nash in the spring induction.
An attempt is made to keep the members
constantly aware of their responsibility to
live up to the standards of the Honor Society
to which they have been elected.
Student Council Secretary Kathy Lee, Sponsor Mr. David Bartlow, and President Sandra Conklin
look over decorations to be used in the 1962 Mardi Gras.
The Student Council was socially
active on several projects, one of
which was the 1962 Mardi Gras.
Decorating cars at sectional time,
organizing noon games, and spon-
soring the Halloween Festival were
some of the main projects of the
Members Kathy Lee, Cynthia McCarthy, Jeanette Legg, and
Jennie Frazier ponder an idea presented to the council.
Many student problems and projects are discussed and re-
flected upon during meetings.
Although many of the Student Coun-
cil's accomplishments were direct
services to the school, most of its
work was in representing the con-
sensus of the student body, and in
discussing school problems and
Mary Faye Richwine cooly states her opinion in
a Student Council meeting.
Ted McCord, editor-in-chief, and Tom
Sigler, junior editor, pose with Russ and
Nell Forkner, official school photographer,
at a fall "editor and sponsor banquet."
The school bell rings, and hand in hand,
We annual staffers take the stand,
Layout editors Dixie Heaton, Larry Litsey, Gary Nash, Jerry Gordon,
Mary Baker, Barb Sigler, and Clara Sturbois, and art editor Lorraine
Bouslog check ideas with editor.
The advertising staff was responsible for securing the largest amount
of advertising we have ever secured. Dough Hood gave a period
every day to his duties as business manager. Steve Horn was the
official student photographer with much assistance . . .
To meet the tasks that before us lie
Of preserving memories of Frankton
The editor, his assistants, advisor, and
Get busy as bees at a beehive ball.
There are layouts to make and captions
Gotta get senior's biographies, and
make sure they're right.
Gotta get names 'n dates, clubs and
Teams and queens, and teachers' names.
Gotta ads to sell and publishers to
Sketches to draw and deadlines to
Photographers to call and typists to see.
Gotta rewrite and correct, gotta hurry
Then before we know it, our job is
All too quickly, it seems, amid our
The day arrives when our book appears.
We hold our breath, then let out a
When "the critics" say, "It's the 'most'
Distribution of school papers--THE GOLDEN EAGLE--is an exciting but serious time even though the faces of our
subjects would not suggest that. Pictured are Carol Davis, Barbara Shirley, Mary Hartley, Nancy Watkins, Sandra
Conklin, John Smith, and Barbara Sigler.
Students who write the copy are largely responsible for
preparation of stencils for duplication. Typing are Mary
Beth Hartley, Maureen Curl, Jack Huffman, Nelma
Tranbarger, and Carol Sue Davis.
Local businessmen cooperate with their
advertising to make the publication of the
GOLDEN EAGLE possible.
Mr. Harbit generally assumes the responsibility for du-
plicating the copy. Often this is done in the wee hours
long after his students 'should be in bed.'
The GOLDEN EAGLE is a
periodic publication issued
some six times during the
school year. Members of the
office practice class taught by
Mr. Ted Harbit is responsible
for collecting the facts, writ-
ing the copy, editing, typing
Officers of the Tri-Hi-Y are Gloria Hertle, Carol Tomey, Melanie Paddock, Alma Friend, Carol Mock fPresidentj
Kathy Lee, and Jennie Frazier.
The principles of the Tri -Hi-Y Club The Autumn Leaves semi-formal dance
being pure thoughts, works, and deeds, went over well in that a large number
the members practiced these traits in attended and the dancing and refreshments
their service activities to the school and were well organized. On one December
community. Working with the Hi-Y in the evening the group sponsored a record hop
fall on the bundle drive was their main in order to raise money to help a needy
project for the beginning of the school family at Christmas.
Clean Living: Purpose of Tri-Hi-Y
Well, Mary Faye, who is right, Sandra or Linda?
At club meetings debates were held and plans
were made to sponsor another Twirp Dance at which
the girls would pay the tab instead of the boys. Mrs.
Marjorie Andrew and Mrs. Francis Sigler sponsors of
the Tri -Hi -Y seem to have been rather busy keeping
up with the club members.
It looks as if Sandra Conklin has the say-so in
this group discussion.
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I-Ii-Y officers "parlay" over club activities for the school year. They are Todd Ash, secretary, Dallas Curtis,
president, Max Hoppel, treasurer, Bill Lay, historian, Stan Busby, vice-president, Jeff Bauer, Sergeant-at-arms,
and Doug Hood, chaplain.
The goal of the Hi -Y Club is to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Chris
tian character. The members of the club participated in and enjoyed the "bundle day
drive which has become an annual service project. The bundle drive is for the pur-
pose of collecting used clothing to send to the needy in mountainous regions.
and Hi-Y Clubs at Frankton
For recreation the club organized an
intramural sports activity. Four teams
were chosen for competition.
Various committees were named to per-
form the activities regularly assigned
to those committeesg service comm.g
program committeeg social committeeg
public relationsg and worship commit-
tee. Mr. French and Mr. Bartlow
shared the responsibilities of sponsors
Future Teachers of America officers look over their charter. They are Gloria Blairg
John Smith, Presidentg Mary Bakerg and Kent Ehman.
"Ten little babes got lost in the woods" but it wasn't the ten F.H.S. students comprising
the membership in the Future Teachers of America group in our school. They each
know Where they are going--straight to college and then into a classroom as teacher.
The members have spent much time observing and teaching in classes of the junior-
High and Elementary School. Those not pictured on this page are Carol Mock and
Jackie Clark conducts a fifth grade
Karen Taylor teaches "Tom and
Betty" to second graders.
Barbara Sigler conducts a third
grade group while Steve Hudson
teaches math to junior high
Each year some faculty members are
given a slight rest and students, a change
of teachers when college students desir-
ing to become teachers practice in F. H. S.
classes. Miss Katherine Strunk taught at
our high school in Miss Marilyn Bowers'
Home Ec. classes to practice what she
had been taught in college.
Mr. Rhon Rittenhouse worked in Mr. Ted
Harbit's commercial classes during his
stay here .
STLIDE T TEACHERS
Mr. Gene Smith who is a former student
of F.H.S. himself returned in the role of
a teacher to practice in Mr. Sterrett
Nash's freshman English class.
It is generally felt that regular students
and teachers profit as much as the student
teachers under this program.
U HERS' CLUB WORKS AT GAMES
The Ushers' Club under the sponsor
ship of Mr. David Bartlow provided
the supervision needed at ball-
By holding up the ropes at half
time, passing out programs, clean-
ing up spilled popcorn, etc., the - . t
boys were kept busy at the home
basketball games. The ushers no ,
doubt stood out among the best in
their devotion to public service.
Members of the club are Dave
Lazenby, Dave Shetterly, Jim
Cloud, Eddie Foley, Larry Litsey,
John Miller, Dan Buchner, and
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F.F.A. officers pose for the "shutter man" during a regular club meeting. The Sentinel, Ben Richwineg Reporter,
Steve Wrightg Vice -president, Steve Horny Pres., Daniel Jacksong Secretary, Bob Jarrett, and Treasurer, Dallas
The Future Farmers of America, a national organization for boys enrolled in vocational
ag, attempts to conduct regular meetings during the summer and school year.
The F. F.A. sold wrenches, light bulbs, and seeds to raise the funds needed to pay ex-
penses of the annual Father-Son Banquet each spring, the trip to the Indianapolis stock-
yards and packing plants, etc.
Activities during the school year include participation in judging contests soils, dairy,
poultry, grain, and beef. The Frankton F.F.A. teams in the soil and crop judging
placed third in the county, with the poultry team placing sixth.
Gordon Kerkhoff, vocational ag teacher, is sponsor of the Frankton FFA Chapter.
"just fer fun" the F. F.A. has organized a basketball team. This year as in the past
they have challenged other teams to games--or should we say, "braw1s. " In spite of
the lively playing, the boys enjoy playing immensely.
Tom Sigler, Ben Richwine, and Dick Gross "bone-up" in preparation for a contest.
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Sponsor Bowers and students Friend and Hutchison fit a
pattern . . . while Jan Etchison and Dot Goldsberry plan
flowers for the table.
HOME EC. CLLI B
Molly Brown gives a demonstration on how to pin and
press a pleat using one of her own creations for the
The Home EC Club was organized last
year to give opportunity for the girls to
learn in an informal club atrnostphere.
Outside speakers are invited in to aid
the girls in the fine art of make-up,
carriage, etc. '
Home Ec. Club officers investigate the automatic washer-dryer. They are Peach Giselbach, Wanda Jones, Carole
Shirley, and Janet McCarty.
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The officers of the F.H.S. Latin Club look over a model of a
Roman shield and spear. They are President, Lucresia Wells,
Sec'y-Treas.g Mary Faye Richwineg Historian Gary Benefielg
Vice-president Kathy Gregoryg and Sponsor Mrs. Winifred Owens
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The F.l-I. S. Latina Societus sponsored by Mrs. Owens has been very busy this year.
As an outside project, the club has been selling coffee, sandwiches, and cookies at
several of the home basketball games. They also sponsored a record hop after one of
The club meets during the activity periods at which time they learn by means of special
reports of Roman customs, buildings, clothing, and amusements. The club has two
evening meetings each school year. The first of these is a Christmas party at which
time the group goes caroling. The group sings in Latin and then present plates of
"Christmas goodies" to the people for whom they sing . . . usually shut-ins. The
second party is the Spring Banquet where they have a full course meal. The club mem-
bers dress in costumes which they have made, eat with "Roman silver--the hands" and
sit on the floor. The club boasts fifty members.
The Latin Club Spring Banquet was messy but fun. The club members dressed in the Roman dress, ate their food
with their fingers, as one can see, and sat on the floor.
Joyce Graham, and Carla and Jan Ehman appear to be
more interested in the refreshments than in Leona Whit-
The French Club consists of French l and
II students who like to get together and
converse on topics related to France and
the French people. French was sometimes
spoken and reports were often given by
the members pertaining to France.
An informal party which was held at the
home of Sandra I-lart during February in-
creased the interest in the club.
During the first semester Mrs. Joyce Kohen
the sponsor arranged a trip to the French
department of Anderson College for the
Second year French Students ' Gloria McRoberts and Max Hoppel study facts about
Paris in the library.
French Club officers Sandra Hart, Secretaryg Jennie Frazier, Sergeant-at-armsg Mrs. Joyce Koehn, Sponsorg Ted
McCord, Presidentg and Clara Sturbois, Vice -president , look through a book about France.
"'S cientific M inded A mateurs' C lub
Officers of S.M.A.C. pictured at left are Dan Johnson,
Vice-president, Jenny Frazier, Treasurer, Frances Brizeh
dine, Secretary, and Tom Singer, President.
The S.M. A. C. is a new club just formed this year in the Frankton High School Science
Department. The motto chosen for the club is "Knowledge through Research. " The
club is rather busy throughout the year with regularly scheduled meetings held every
second and fourth Thursday evening of the month.
Membership in the organization is limited to 15 members. At the present time the
membership numbers 12. The constitution limits membership to members of the
Class of 1964. No one is to be taken into membership who is a member of a class
earlier than 1964. The club meetings are held in the F.l-l. S. science room with
Sterrett L. Nash, department chairman, as sponsor. Program activities this past
year have been limited to study of Fresh Water animals.
Pictured are club members dis-
secting crayfish at a regularly
scheduled meeting. Jerry Gordon,
Jenny Frazier, Kathy Lee, Ralph
Hays, Frances Brizendine, and Bob
Pictured below are members Joyce
Graham, Tom Singer, Karla Ehman
and Dan Johnson. Maribeth Whet-
sel and Kathy Brown were absent
when the picture was taken.
Library Ann officers Carol Sue Davis, Mary Jane Baker, and Lorraine
Bouslog prepare a bulletin board display.
Miss Emma Alspaugh is shown discussing an item of
business with her group of student assistants in the large
A very helpful organization in the
Frankton High School is the LI-
BRARY ANNS. At an early date
officers were elected with Carol Sue
Davis elected president, Mary jane
Baker, vice-president, and Lorraine
Club members act as student li-
brarians during their study hall
periods, assist with receiving and
cataloging books, prepare bulletin
board displays, etc ....
An organization working with the Frank-
ton High School Band but not a part of it
is the Eaglettes. Students who are in-
terested in being a member of the group
appear in tryouts early in the school year
for purpose of screening. After a final
screening, the corps begins to drill in
preparation for the various appearances
they shall make during the school year.
Marina Harper Cox, a F.H.S. graduate
and a former majorette, was selected to
train the girls for their duties.
The group consisting of Gloria Hertle,
Melanie Paddock, Kathy Lee, Dorothy
Goldsberry, Leila Harper, Ella Kay
Rigsby, Geraldine Davis, Carolyn Wright,
Mary Beth Hartley, Karen Jarvis, jackie
Clark, and Linda Kallner has done an
excellent job this year.
The Dance Band is in its second year at
F.H.S. The group is composed of 12
students from the four grades.
The band was organized to provide "pep'
music for various in-school and out-of-
school activities. The band gives the
students an opportunity to develop their
abilities in the field of music. Participa-
tion in the band gives the members a
great deal of personal satisfaction.
Any money earned by the band is turned
over to the music department, which fur-
nishes the music and a part of the equip-
ment for the band.
We hope the band receives in the years
to come the same generous support it has
received during the two years past.
Robert Barker, our music man, is in
charge of the group.
Choir activities include participation
in many events. The group practices
daily under the capable direction of
Mr. Robert C. Barker shown with choir
president Todd Ash and band president
FRONT ROW: Linda Kallner, Connie Whitson, Ginger Knight, Joyce Voss, Lorainne Bouslog, Mary Beth Hartley,
Clara Sturbois, Carol Jean Mock, Director Robert C. Barker. SECOND ROW: Connie Fry, Nancy Watkins, Gloria
Blair, Nancy Hays, Carol Davis, Carol Shirley, Pat Delaplain, Carol Swackharner, Gloria Hertle, Pam Pierce.
THIRD ROW: Karen Taylor, Sue Kennedy, Dianne Faulkner, Jean Hutchison, Steve Wilson, Norman Graham,
Tom l-Ieady, Charles Stottlernyer, Don Stephens, Sandra Conklin, Ernestine Kennedy, Melanie Paddock, Leila
Harper. TOP ROW: Steve Hudson, Dallas Curtis, Dave Huth, John Smith, Bob Jarrett, Bob Dellinger, Todd Ash,
Steve Horn, Dan Buckner, John Miller, Robert Anderson, Gary Nash.
F.H.S. BA D
ROW 1: Carolyn Wright, Kathy Lee, Nancy Whitcomb, Linda Lallner, Karen Jarvis, Sandra Masters, Marsha Jar-
vis. ROW 2: Robert Wallace, Terry Jeaton, Steve Wilson, Eddie Hart, David Lawson, Tom Elder, Rose Marie
Srake. ROW 3: Mike Holder, Pam Smith, Allan Floyd, Janice Etchinon, Dixie Heaton, Cindy Asbury, Frances
Granger, Patty Whetsel, Suzanne Pruett, Susan Spoo, Maribeth W'hetsel, Bobbie Heaton, Pat LeWellen. ROW 4:
Leila Harper, Ella Kay Rigsby, Cynthia McCarthy, Jackie McCord, Karen Hood, Mary Shoulders, Carolyn Barker,
Terry Welker, Janet Whalen, Bobbie Heniser, Sherry Dellinger, Penny Floyd. ROW 5: Larry Owen, Carol Mock,
Jeffry Kimmerling, Dave Roby, Terry Stansberry, Danny Johnson, Jeanne Allen, Bob Dellinger, Dave Jack, Danny
Cox, Mike Jarvis, Steve Sumner, Delbert Burton. BACK ROW: Terry Hiatt, Director Robert Barker, Tom Singer
Band members put on a half-
time show at the first
At the beginning of the varsity
games, the color guard enters and
displays the United States and
Frankton High flags. Members of
the color guard are Melanie Pad-
dock, Gloria Hertle, Joyce Voss,
and Mary Beth Heartly.
Howard Bouslog president of the
Lions Club presents a check to the
band for the purchasing of new
uniforms. Director Robert Barker
and Linda Kallner the secretary
accept the check with thanks.
During the half time and be-
tween games the F.H.S. Band
plays rousing pep songs for
the enjoyment ofthe crowd.
The band is to be com-
mended on their fine expres-
sion of school spirit which it
shows musically at ball games
F.H.S. PEP CLUB
During the year Frankton High School's spirit has been great because we have such a fine Pep Club.
ROW 1: David Shetterly, Jerry Gordon, Mary Baker, Carole Davis, Sandra Conklin, Carol Swackhamer, Clara
Sturbois, Lorraine Bouslog, Mary Hartley, Jackie Clark, Karen Taylor, Barbara Sigler. ROW 2: Larry Litsey, Eddie
Foley, Janet Thomas, Donita Baldwin, Jane Ritter, Carole Shirley, Jean Hutison, Gloria McRoberts, Gloria
Hertle, Joyce Voss, Andrea Seely, Ann Heath. ROW 3: Bill Baldwin, Terry George, Shirley Fletcher, Sue Foley,
Susan Brown, Sue Kennedy, Urnestine Kennedy, Gloris Cook, Geraldine Davis, Sheliah Atchison, Charlotte Holman,
Maureen Curl. ROW 4: Jim Cloud, Richard Jones, Carol Giselbach, Mary Prince, Vicki Beck, Carol Tomey,
Melanie Paddock, Mary Richwine, Connie Cain, Pat Delaplane, Karen Humphrey. ROW 5: Ronnie Fisher, Nick
Waymire, Sandra Hart, Jennie Frazier, Janet McCarty, Ginger Welborn, Kathy Brown, Joyce Graham, Karla Eh-
man, Kay Chism, Zeneclea Marhews, Ginger Knight. ROW 6: Cynthia McCarty, Ralph Hays, Sherrie Hueston,
Phyllis Storm, Dorthy Osenbaugh, Sharon Fischer, Lucresia Wells, Paula Starr, Lyne Welborn, Debbie Banker,
Becky Noble. ROW 7: Dixie Heaton, Bobbie Heniser, Kathy Priesholf, Nila Huth, Sandra Cunningham, Sally
John, Anita Cooper, Sandra Hoover, Jean Chambers, Janet Chambers, Jane Shaw, Judy Hoober. ROW 8: Nancy
Whitcomb, Linda Arehart, Jeanetta Legg, Nancy Dietzer, Kathy Gregory, Debbie Voss, Bonnie Jackley, Becky
Paddock, Jan Ehman, Peggy Heath, Kathy Orbaugh. ROW 9: Marilyn Harrison, Judy Kinser, Kay Line, Karen
Pennington, Linda Staley, Barbara Harper, Joan Abplanalp, Sue Fletcher, Sue Cawthorn, Kathy Giselbach. ROW
10: Joann Jordan, Regina Ritter, Gloria Thornbury, Connie Fry, Imma Moore, Patty Whetsel, Susan Spoo, Mari-
beth Whetsel, Leila Harper, Elle Kay Rigsby.
Talon Club members discuss their club activities for the year as Chief Eagle Wayne Kerkhoff keeps the
meeting in hand . . .
The Talon Club is com-
posed of boys who have
been or are actively en-
gaged in some sport. No
one sport is required for
membership in this
The group each year spon-
sors the sale of basketball
individual and team pic-
tures. The proceeds from
these sales is used to de-
fray the expenses of the
club. Each year the boys
attempt to sponsor a pro-
ject. It may be a college
basketball tourney trip or
something close at hand,
such as the purchase of
the track trophy or rec-
Club members look over some pictures of the members
The Sports events at Frankton High include
CIOSS-Country, track, baseball, basket-
ball, and the past year the addition of golf.
Our baseball activities run through the
summer, giving those who wish opportunity
to be busy in sports the entire year.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM CHARMS
Team Managers: Bill Lay, Danny Stigall, Dan Swart. Team members: Jim Waltermire, Max Hoppel, Ben Rich-
Dallas Steve Hudson, Kerkhoff David Huth, John Smith Coach Mulford Davis
F.H.S. IN SEASON PLAY
Seven senior boys and one junior
thought and fought together as a
team to make the 1961 -62 basket-
ball year a memorable one.
Their successes far surrnounted
their losses as this copy went to
F .H.S. 75 Walnut Grove 26
F .H .S . 77 Summitville 56
F .H .S . 70 Highland 57
F.H.S. 64 Vernon Twp. 81
F .H .S. 64 Jackson Cent. 47
F .H .S . 70 Lapel 36
F .H . S . 80 Windfall 47
F.H.S. 72 MadisonHghts. 51
73 Vernon Twp. 57
66 Markleville 68
F .H.S. 58 Markleville 53
43 Pendleton 53
St . Marys
1 Nancy Watkins
l , ., Fe
The season of basketball play came to
a close with a very good record of 14
wins and 5 losses--or should we say 7
losses as seven senior boys will be
missing from the picture when the net
season opens at F.H.S. next fall . . .
they are the "Big D" Curtis . . . Max
Hoppel . . . Steve Hudson . . . V
Kerkhoff . . . Ben Richwine . .
Smith . . . and jim Waltermire . .
We hope to find some of the group hit-
ting the nets in college play . . .
Picturewise . . . Dal Curtis seems
puzzled as to what to do in this situa-
tion in the game with the Pirates fwe
Wonj . . . Bill Jarrett makes a lay-up
. . . it was good . . . as Condon and
his opponent jump for the ball . . .
jerry Waltermire reaches for the ball
while "little brother" Larry and Fr
Gosnell look on . . .
The pep-club boasting some 100 mem-
bers had a good season too . . . U
and Play Well
le leadership of Mrs. Jeanette Ingrim
ie group worked in a very cooperative
ianner with the club officers and the
heerleaders . . . resplendent in
ieir red vests, the group was the envy
f many other pep-club sponsors . . .
en Richwine was on the receiving end
'hen he was fouled by a Vernon Trojan
, . jumping john Smith made the
asket . . . however, the luck was
with the Irish in the game . . . Dave
luth got the tip in the opening game with
Jalnut Grove . . . attendance at all
lome games was very good with a
apacity house at the Alex-Frankton
Lectional pairings placed us in the first
game with Alexandria . . . the boys
played a good game . . . but the men
n the striped shirts didn't go along with
he team and fans . . . Alexandria
von by a small margin . .
Cheerleaders: Frances Brizendine, Melissa Schuck.
Captain Bill Jarrett cuts dowm net following
B-Team Toumey . . .
Team members: Frank Gosnell, Larry Waltermire, Butch Condon,
Jeff Bauer, Coach Mulford Davis, Dick McCord, Stan Busby, Jerry
Waltermire, Bill Jarrett. Team managers: Bill Lay, Dan Stigall,
75 - -Walnut Grove
53 - -Summitville
37 - -Highland
50- -Vemon Twp.
46 - -Jackson C entral
47 - -Lapel
53 - -Windfall
41 - -Madison Hgts.
F.H.S. 54--Markleville 44
F.H.S. 49--Pendleton 28
F.H.S. 46--Markleville 35
FROSH TEAM CHALK
EAGLE stands guard over each home game
Team members: STANDING: Bill Adams, Larry Stephens, Nick
Wayrnire, Dexter Cloud, Jerry Cmmningham, Coach Paul Davis.
KNEELING: Ronnie McCord, Doug Drake, Larry Nash, Dennis
Beck, Phil Horn.
Tourney - -Highland
Cheerleaders: Becky Paddock, Kathy Orbaugh, Barbara Heniser.
A WINNING TEAM ADDS TO OUR CHAIN
Coach Paul Davis, Dallas Curtis, Larry Waltermire, Herbert Condon, Steve Hudson Stan Busby Jerry Waltermire
Ass t Coach Mulford Davis. KNEELING: Kent Arbuckle, Jim Waltermire, Steve Sumner B111 Jarrett Max Hoppel
Leon Ebert, Grinnie Gosnell.
A 26 win--4 loss season which included both summer and fall play is an enviable record
for any team. The Eagles won both of the tourneys in which they participated The
schedule and scores follow: F.H.S. Scores to left of column-
Highland l l
jackson Centr - -7
Madison Hghts. 2
Jackson Centr. l
Vernon Twp . 2
Hancock Centr. 8
Walnut Grove 0
Saint Marys 0
OF MEMGRY AS WE
Frankie Gosnell slides ln to a safe thlrd base ln the game
with the Pirates . . .
The 'slugging' Eagles have many
happy memories of the fruitful
The "Bulldog" watches to see whether Curtis
touches the base. He did.
There seems to be some doubt as to the
whereabouts of that ball.
OUCH! ! That hurt!
Coaches check a point with the official
Don Stephens, a senior, makes Coach
"Muff" Davis happy as he makes record
time in the mile run. Ben Richwine
is trailing by an "elbow"--that, note
. . . The Markleville boy fell just short
of the finish line.
l Leaping Larry Waltermire, a
sophomore, flies over the bar L
in one of the spring meets.
Frankton's track men made a showing
for themselves placing second in the
W-R Conference Track and Field Meet
Dick McCord, a sophomore, is leading
his opponent in the 880.
Stan Busby, a junior,
senior Steve Hudson
spring m e et.
perfect pass of the baton in a
Shot putter, big D. Curtis, gives the steel ball a mighty
heave to rack up a first for the Frankton team in this
Bill Jarrett--alias Marvin the 2nd--mis
ses the bar
inches to make 12 feet in a spring meet.
The Cross -Country Team finished second in the W-R Conference meet and took a 12th in the Sectional meet after
winning five of nine regularly scheduled meets. The team placed second in three of the meets. FRONT ROW--l.
to r.--Stephens, Henry, D. Davis, Coach Davis. STANDING--Benefiel, Richwine, McCord, Smith.
Kent Ehman, a junior, literally flies through the air.
Jerry Waltermire, a sophomore, is doing some high W
stepping as he clears the hurdle.
av- ' : 15. -' if
The personalities on the following pages
have had their individual roles to play in the
events of 1962, and each played his part
well. These links in the memory bracelet
will have great meaning to all who were
connected in any Way with Frankton High
School during this school year.
"Education makes people easy to lead,
but difficult to driveg easy to govern,
but impossible to enslave."
Mr. Gene Heniser who has been the prin-
cipal at Frankton High for two years has
had the task of keeping the whole school
in good running order. Although his job
usually requires that he should go about
it in a business-like manner, Mr. Heniser
is still able to put a personal touch in his
association with all students, faculty and
school visitors. Mr. Heniser has shown
his deep concern in school life scholasti-
cally, athletically and socially by the way
he executes the duties of his office.
- Lord Brougham.
Mr. Waldo E. Canaday, the trustee of
Pipe Creek Township, and his wife Milli-
cent Canaday have been serving Frankton
High School for 20 years. Their untiring
efforts during these past years have
helped greatly to develope F.H. S. into one
of the outstanding high schools of Madison
County. Although students and patrons of
the school may not fully realize the work
he has accomplished, Mr. Canaday's job
increases in size and responsibility each
year. From those whom you serve, we
say "Thank you, " Mr. Canaday.
Dean of Boys
Mrs. Marguerite Miller the Registrar at
F.H. S. has served faithfully as the secre-
tary to the other administrators as well
as helped any student who needs a make-
up slip, program ticket, grade transcript,
pencil, appointment with a dean, etc. Mrs.
Miller has made a very good clearing
house for organizing the business of stu-
dents and faculty.
Mr. Gordon Kerkhoff and Mrs. Marjorie
Andrew are the Dean of Boys and Dean of
Girls respectively. Because their job
requires that they help each student with
his academic and personal problems, they
must get to know all students well. The
numerous tests which are given to students
throughout their school years provide
much information for the deans to go by in
their dealings with the students. By
guiding juniors and seniors in the selection
of a college, in the finding of a job, the
influence of our deans extends even fur-
ther than the bounds of Frankton High
In addition to his work as a dean Mr. Kerk-
hoff teaches two classes of agriculture
and one class of Chemistry, and sponsors
the F . F . A.
Mrs. Andrew has the responsibility of
planning the good meals which are served
at noon and any other business concerning
Dean of Girls
EMMA ALSPAUGH: English,
Library Science, Library Club
Sponsor, Taylor University A.B.,
MULFORD DAVIS: Social
Studies, Phy. Ed., Coach, Ath-
letic Director, University of
Kentucky A.B. and M.A.
ROBERT C. BARKER: Music,
Band and choir sponsor, Tran-
sylvania A.B., Ball State
PAUL DAVIS: Social Studies,
Driver Ed., Baseball Coach,
Ass't. Basketball Coach, Senior
Class Sponsor, Ball State B.S.
BILLY JOE FRENCH: Industrial
Arts, Sponsor of I-Ii-Y, East
Central Jr. College A.A., Mis-
sissippi State College B.S., Ball
State Graduate work.
DAVID L. BARTLOW: Civics, History, Student Council Advisor, Sopho-
more Class Sponsor, Ball State B.S.
MARILYN M. BOWERS: Vocational I-lomemakingg I-Iomemaking Club,
Senior Class Sponsor, Ball State B.S., University of Wisconsin M.S.
TED M. HARBIT: Business Education, School Accountant, Junior Class
Sponsor, Ball State B.S. and M.S., Indiana State, Graduate work.
University of Denver B.S. in L.S.
JEANETTE INGRIM: Girls'
Health and Physical Education,
Pep Club sponsor and Physical
Education Jr. Hi.
FRANCES SIGLER: Business
Education, Math, Co-sponsor
Tri-Hi-Y, Ball State B.S.
JOYCE KOEHN: French, Englisl
French Club and Junior Class
Sponsor, Anderson College A,B.
DORIS WAYMIRE: Math, Indi-
ana University A.B., Purdue and
Ball State, Graduate work.
CATHRYN LUCAS: Art, Indiana
State College B.S.
WINIFRED OWENS: Latin, English, Latin Club Advisor, Indiana University
A.B., Butler, Ball State B.S.
STERRETT L. NASH: Science, English, Honor Society, Eaglite Advisor,
Marion College, B.S., Indiana University, M,S., Post graduate Occidental
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R Mr. Carl Henderson
A Mr. and Mrs . Henderson can be found working at the
school building all year round, because the building
itself requires this continuous attention. Mr. Hen-
S derson's job during the summer consists mainly of
keeping the large lawns on the school grounds in good
4? 'EL condition. This was a very difficult job until mid
summer when the small push type lawn mower was
as s replaced by the tractor mower which Mr . Henderson
is operating in the picture above. Mrs. Henderson's
job would probably be the same as keeping house for
100 families who live in one house. The Hendersons
are to be commended on their attentive attitude
toward the needs of the school building during the
past three years that they have worked at F .H .S .
Alberta Land, Selma Huth and Edith Waymire are the three lady chefs at F.H.S. who prepare the food that helps
the students get through the school day. These ladies have to be able to put a mother's touch into all of their
meals so that all students eating in the cafeteria will enjoy the lunch, and apparently the job is done well. The
work of the student helpers is organized very well by these cooks.
Mrs. Lena Henderson
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Our sponsors aiding us this year were Mr. Paul Davis and
Miss Marilyn Bowers.
It appears as though the photographer has caught the
Senior Class Officersg Carol Davis--Business Manager,
Mary Jane Baker--Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara Sigler
Vice President, and Ben Richwine--President, reading
a comical magazine.
John Anderson Todd Ash Sheliah Atchison Terry Avery
15 Cross-Country--1 . . . TODD ASH--Band--1-25 Choir
--1-2-3-45 President--45 Hi-Y--3-45 Prom--3 . . .
Sl-IELIAH ATCHISON--Y-Teens--19 F.H.A.--15 I-I. Ee.
Club--3-45 Pep Club--1-3-4 , . . TERRY AVERY--
F.F.A.--1 2-3-45 Ag. Basketball--1-2 -3-45 Hi-Y--3-45
. . . MARY BAKER--Librarian--2 -3-45 Pep Club--1-2-
3-45 H. Ec. Club--35 F.T.A.--45 Class Sec.-Treas.--2-
3-45 Monitor . . . DONITA BALDWIN--Pep Club--2-3-
Y--3-4 . . . GLORIA BLAIR--Dramatics Club--33 Cheer
leader--1-45 Choir--3-49 Tri-I-li-Y--3-45 Pep Club--1-
2-3-4 . . .
Charles Stottlemyer tries to launch a wire over a
ceiling fixture so that the prom decorations commit-
tee can begin its work . . .
Mary Baker Donita Baldwin Dan Barmes Gloria Blair
JOHN ANDERSON--Baseball--15 Basketball--15 Track--
4gT1'i-Hi-Y--4 . . , DAN BARMES--Cafe--1 2-3-45 Hi-
Lorraine Bouslog Larry Brashear
LORRAINE BOUSLOG--Pep Club--2-3-43 Choir--2-3-4g
Home Ec. Club--35 Tri-I-Ii-Y--3-45 Eaglite Staff 3,45
Librarian--2-3-4 . . . LARRY BRASHEAR--Cross Country
--15 Hi-Y--45 Basketball--1 . . , DELBERT BURTON--
Band--1-2-3-4, Hi-Y--3-4 .... JACKIE CLARK--Tri-
Hi-Y--43 Honor Society--2-3--lg Pep Club--2-3-43
Majorette--1-2-35 Girls' State--35 Junior Class Play . . .
SANDRA CONKLIN--Girls' State--35 Pep Club--1-2-3-
45 Tri-I-li-Y--3-43 Vice-Pres.--35 Student council--
1-2-3-45 Pres.--45 Honor Society--2-3-45 Sec.-Treas.--
2 . . . MARILYN COY--Pep Club--1 . . . MAUREEN
CURL--Pep Club--3-43 Tri-Hi-Y--45 Home Ec.--3-
4 . . . DALLAS CURTIS--Baseballn1-2-3-45 Basketball
--1-2-3-43 Track--1-2-3-4-Talon Club--1-2-3-45
I-li-Y--3-45 Pres.--3-43 F.F.A.--1-2, Sec.--35 Treas.--
Sandra Conklin Marilyn Coy
Delbert Burton Jackie Clark
"Now, if we just had 1-1 nice juicy Steak yeah big,"
exclaimed W. Kerkhoff after a few hours work pre-
paratory to the prom.
Maureen Curl Dallas Curtis
Carole Davis Geraldine Davis Steve Davison Bob Dellinger
CAROLE DAVIS--Bus. Mgr.--1-2 -3-43 Tri-1-li-Y--3-4g
Library Arms--2-3-43 Vice Pres.3 Golden Staff--49 B-
Team Cheerleader--2-35 Pep Club--1-2-3-4 . . .
GERALDINE DAVIS--Pep Club--2-3-43 Home Ec. Club
. . . STEVE DAVISON--Spanish Club--2-35 Usher--39
Hi-Yg Stage Mgr.--4 . . . BOB DELLI.NGER--Band-1-2-
3-45Pres.--45F.F.A.--1-2-3-43 Ag. Basketball--1-2-IL
43 Hi-Y--3-45 . . . ALMA FRIEND--Cheerleader--1-2-
3-45 Tri-Hi-Y--3-45 Dramatics Club--35 Honor Society
--3-43 Monitor--35 Class Play--4 . . . GORDON FULLER ' '
--Hi-Y--4 . . . VICKIE GARDNER--Home Ec. Club-- E
4. . . LARRY c1LLEsP1E--Hi-Y--4 . . . C
Oh really? That's not what the menu says.
Alma Friend Cordon Fuller Vickie Gardner Larry Gillespie
' Don Goodman Bill Gordon
Jean tells Butch to put the hub cap back on the car.
Norm an Graham Frances Granger
DON GOODMAN--F.F.A.--1 . . . BILL GORDON--4-H
--1-2 -3-49 F.F.A.--2-3-45 Basketball--15 Ag. Basket-
ball--2-3-45 Track--1 . . . NORMAN GRAHAM--Choir
--45 Hi-Y--4 . . . FRANCES GRANGER--Pep Club--15
Band--45 Tri-Hi-Y--3 . . . MARY BETH HARTLEY--Pep
Club--1-2-3-43 Eaglettes--2 -3-43 Color-Guard--3-49
Tri-Hi-Y--3-45 Eaglite Staffg State Choral Festival--4
. . . NANCY HAYS--Honor Society--3-45 Cheerleader
--1-2-3-45 Latin Club--1-25 Student Council--1-2-39
Class Play--3-45 Tri-Hi-Y--3-4 . . . TOM HEADY--
Cross Country--1-2-35 Basketball--1-2-35 Track--1-25
Baseball--1-25 Hi-Y--45 Talon Club--3 . . . ANN
HEATH--Pep Club--1-2-3-43 Latin Club--29 Tri-Hi-
Y--3-43 Monitor--2-3 . . .
W Mary Beth Hartley Nancy Hays Tom Heady Ann Heath
Gloria Hertle Charlotte Holman Doug Hood Max Hoppel
GLORIA HERTLE--Tri-Hi-Y--treas.--3-43 Pep Club--
1-2-3-43 H. Ec. Club--35 Golden Eagle--45 Eaglite--45
Color Guard--4 , . . CHARLOTTE I-IOLMAN--Pep Club
--2-3-4 . . . DOUG HOOD--Band--1-25 Dramatics--3-
45 Hi-Y Chaplin--3-45 Eaglite--4 . . , MAX HOPPEL--
Talon Club--3-45 Hi-Y--3-43 Baseball--1-3-45 Latin
Club--15 Basketball--1-3-45 Track--3-4 . . . STEVE
tographer--3-49 Class Play--4 , , . STEVE HUDSON--
Basketball--1-2-3-4g Talon Club--2-3-45 Baseball--L
2-3-45 Track--1-2-3-45 Hi-Y--3-45 Golden Eagle--3
. . . JACK HUFFMAN--B.B. Mgr,--1-23 Hi-Y--4 . . .
KAREN HUMPHREY--Pep Club--1-23 Tri-Hi-Y--3-45
H. Ec. Club--4.1 .
A sophomore buys some ice cream and tries to feed
Carole the money.
Steve Horn Steve Hudson Jack Huffman Karen Humphrey
HORN--F.F.A.--1-2-3-49 Hi-Y--3-43 Monitor--33 Pho-
Jean Hutchison Danny Jackson
JEAN HUTCHISON--Pep-Club--1-2 -3-45 Tri-Hi-Y-
3-49 Latin Club--1-2-3-45 Eaglite--45 Choral Festival--
3-4g Monitor . . . DANNY JACKSON--F.F.A.--45 Pres.
--45 F.F.A. Basketball--2-3-45 Hi-Y--3-4 . . . ROBERT
JACKMAN. . . BOB JARRETT--Basketball--19 F.F.A.--
1-2-3-45 Hi-Y--3-45 Track--3 . . . TIM JOHNSON--
F.F.A.--1-2-3-4g Ag. Basketball--45 Hi-Y--3-4 . . .
LINDA KALLNER--Tri-I-Ii-Y--3-49 Band--3-45 Majorette
--3-45 Pep Club--1-29 Eaglettes--1-2-3-4 . . . WAYNE
KERKHOFF--Honor Society--2-3-45 F. F. A.--1-2-3-45
Hi -Y--3-49 Student Council--1-2-35 V. Pres. 35 Class
Pres.--1 . . . TED MCCORD--Honor Society--2 -3-45
Pres.--49 Eaglite Staff--3-45 Editor-in-chief--45 Class
play--49 Student Council--2-45 Class Pres.--23 Hi-Y--
3-4 . . .
Tim Johnson Linda Kallner
Robert Jackman Bob Ja-USU
Actresses and Actors pose for a picture.
Wayne Kerkhoff Ted McCord
Gloria McRoberts Sharron Michael
GLORIA McROBERTS--Tri-Hi-Y--3-45 French Club--
3-45 Latin Club--1-25 Pep Club--1-2-3-45 Sunshine So-
ciety--1. . . SHARRON MICHAEL--Tri-Hi-Y--15
Spanish Club--1-25 Concession Club--2-3' School News-
paper 2 f. . JOHN MILLER--choir--45 Hi-Y--4 . . .
CAROL MOCK--Tri-Hi-Y--3-45 Pres.--45 Honor Soci-
ety--3-4g Vice Pres.--43 Band--1-2-3-45 Dance and
Pep Bandsg Class Play--45 Latin Club--1-2 . . . BUTCH
NOBLE--Basketball--1-25 Track--1-23 Cross Country--
1-23 Baseball--1-2 . . . TOM ORBAUGH--Basketballn
15 Track--15 Cross Country--Z3 Hi-Y--3-4 . . . HER-
BERT OUSLEY--Basketball--13 Student Council--15
Hi-Y--3-43 . . . DOUG PREWETT--F.F.A.--35 Hi -Y--4
Cafe--1-3-4 . . .
Butch Noble Tom Orbaugh
John Miller Carol Mock
The Big "D" slows down for a curve during the open-
ing basketball game with Walnut Grove . . .
Herbert Ousley Doug Prewett
Ben Richwine Jane Ritter Andrea Seely Carole Shirley
A V BEN R1cHw1NE--Baskefba11--14-3-45 Track--1-2-3-45
Cross-Country--1-2-3-49 Class President--3-43 Honor So
A , ' ff 'if A ciefy--3-45 Student Council--3-4 . , . JANE RITTER--
of A " Pep Club--1-2-3-45 1-1. Ec.--49 Tri-Hi-Y--4 . . .
All 3: .S ---Hs-.f ' ANDREA SEELY--Sunshine Club--lg Pep Club--2-3-43
5 A Tri-I-li-Y--3-49 Class P1ay--4 . . . CAROLE SHIRLEY--
" H , Tri-Hi-Y--3-43 Pep Club--1-2-3-43 Latin Club--15
I A A Eaglite--45 Golden Eagle--4 . . . BARBARA SIGLER--
Honor Society--3-45 Student Council--3-45 Vice-Pres.
Class--49 Pep Club--2-3-45 Pres.--3-43 Tri-Hi-Y--3-
Yearbook staff--4 . . . JOHN SMITH--Basketball--1-2-
3-43 Track--1-2-3-45 X-Country--1-2-3-49 Dramatics
--3-45 Talon Club--2-3-491-li-Y--3-4 . . . JACK
SMOTHERS--Monitor--2-35 French Club 4 . . . DON
STEPHENS--Cross Country--3-45 Track--3-4 . . .
Shun W ,Wkk gal..
Alma Friend takes over in the office as helper to Mrs.
Miller at lunch time. . .
Barbara Sigler John Smith Jack Smothers Don Stephens
Charles Stottlemyer Clara Sturbois Carol Swackhamer Karen Taylor
CHARLES STOTTLEMYER--F.F.A.--1-2-39 Choir--3-49
Chess Club--2 -3 . . . CLARA STURBOIS--Pep Club--1-
2-3-43 Latin Club--29 Class Play--49 French Club--3-4
--Vice-Pres.--43 Tri-Hi-Y--3-49 Chess Club--2-3 . . .
CAROL SWACKHAMER--Class Vice-President--2 -33
Pep Club--1-2-3-45 Latin Club--35 Home Ec. Club--3-
4, Tri-Hi-Y--3-4 . . . KAREN TAYLOR--Pep c1ub--1-
2-3-45 Home Ec. Club--Sec.--33 Latin Club--25 Tri-
Hi-Y--3-4g Class Play , . . DON THOMAS . . . JANET
THOMAS--Tri-Hi-Y--45 Pep Club--1-3-45 French Club
--4 . . . NELMA TRANBARGER . . . RICHARD TURNER
--F.F.A.--lg Hi-Y--3-45 Ag. Basketball--1 . . .
Senior Class Officers look at several announcements.
Don Thomas Janet Thomas Nelma Tranbarger Richard Turner
Joyce Voss Jim Walcermire Nancy Watkins Jim WaYmife
, , I ,r',,.:nf,i
JOYCE VOSS--Student Council--45 Pep Club--1-2-3-43 V
Color Guard--45 Tri-Hi-Y--3-49 Monitor--39 Eaglite
Staff--4 . . . JIM WALTERMIRE--Baseball--1-2-3-45
Basketball--1-2-3-43 Track--2-3-45 Talon Club--1-2-
3-45 Class Play--3-4. . . NANCY WATKINS--Tri-Hi-Y
--3-45 Class Play--3-45 Dramatics Club--35 Tri-Hi-Yu
3-45 Cheerleader--1-2-3-45 Golden Eagle--4 . . . JIM
WAYMIRE--Track--1-25 Cross-country--1-25 Baseball
--19 Hi-Y--4 . . . STEVE WHITCOMB--F.F.A.--1-2-3
45 Ag. Basketball . . . RONNIE WILSON--F.F.A.--1-2-
33 Ag. Basketball--3 . . . JOHN WIMER--Usher--2-3
. . . STEVE WRIGHT--F.F.A.--1-2-3-4, Reporter--45
Hi-Y--43 Ag. Basketball--1-2 -3-4 . . .
Look Alma! There's room for you too. Good Heav-
ens! Twenty-seven and a half!
Steve Whitcomb Ronnie Wilson John Wimer Steve Wright
We started in 1958 as Freshman with 102
students. Our class officers were Presi-
dent - -Wayne Kerkhoffg Vice -President - -
Charles Stotlemyerg Secretary--Carol
jean Mockg Treasurer--Rita Wrightg Busi-
ness Manager--Carole Davis. Our
sponsors were Mrs. Lucas and Mr.French. .
We sold pop corn and potato chips.
In our Sophomore year we purchased our
class rings. Officers were President--
Ted McCordg Vice -President--Carol Swack
hamerg Secretary--Mary jane Bakerg
Treasurer--Rita Wrightg Business Manager
--Carole Davis. Mrs. Mock and Mr. Paul
Davis were our sponsors this year. As a
project this year we sold candy.
Our junior year we received our black and
white class sweaters. We broke a record
with our magazine sales by clearing S1056
Class officers were President--Ben Rich-
wineg Vice -President-- Carol Swackhamerg
Secretary--Mary jane Bakerg Treasurer--
Doris Knight. Business Manager--Carole
Davis. Aiding us this year were Mrs.
Seniors display their cords.
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We didn't swipe the caps and gowns, we just bor-
Mock and Mr. Paul Davis. Highlight of our
Junior year was the prom. It was held at
Marion and the theme was "Southern Rhap-
And finally our Senior year, a year which
we have all looked forward too. Eighteen
students have gone all twelve years at
Frankton. Class officers were President--
Ben Richwineg Vice -President - -Barbara
Siglerg Secretary -Treasurer - -Mary Jane
Bakerg Business Manager--Carole Davis.
The class chose black and white as their
We started the year off with a car wash in
Sept. Our class play "Bill's Night Out, "
was presented in Oct. The month of Nov.
was very busy time for us as we sold sub-
scriptions for the Eagliteg we also sold
On May 18, 1962, the class graduated from
Frankton High School in fifth avenue gray
robes with red and white tassels. The next
morning we left on busses for an eight -day
trip to Washington, D. C. and New York
The Junior Class Officersg Sue
Foley, Business Manager,
Susan Brown, Treasurerg Molly
Brown, Secretary, Bill Jarrett,
President, Jim Allen, Vice
President, are apparently
watching one of Frankton's
Track meets on television.
Standing in the tropical setting
in the front hall at F. H. S. are
Diana Faulkner, Jim Riddle,
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Jerry Gordon, Vice-presidentg
Carolyn Wright, treasurerg
Kathy Lee, business managerg
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The Ring Committee: Litsey, Gordon, Jenny Frazier, Karla Eh-
man, Lee, Cunningham, and Carolyn Wright . . .
John Montc astl e
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met with Steve Unger, ring salesman, to
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J oann Jordan
J eannetta Legg
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JU IOR HIGH
ROW 1, L. to R.: Keith Brown, Roger Dickinson Qteacherj, Debra Carroll, Carol Cawthorn, John Cawthorn, Alberta
Collier, Eldon Ebert. ROW 2: David Faulstick, Charles Faulstick, James Faulstick, Dixie Fetty, Charles Frazier,
Dianne French, Carolyn Hare. ROW 3: Tim Heller, Diana Jack, John Johnson, Joyce Kerkhoff, Sandy King,
Victor Kinser, Don Strong, Bill Lane. ROW 4: Dick Lugenbeal, Pamela Manship, Peggy Mutt, Ernest Phelps, Linda
Roby, Mike Ryan, Bill Sims, Jim Fletcher. ROW 5: Sharon Singer, Butch Waltermire, Linda Stephens, Toni Way-
GRADE 8, fsectjon onej: ROW 1: June Borum, Betty Conklin, Elaine Heaton, Judy Thomas, Diane Smith, Carol
McCord, Linda Leever, Neal McCorkle, John l-loppes. ROW 2: Patty Lewellen, Diana Hunnicutt, Mary Fulton,
Jeff Kimmerling, Paul Kemper, Neal Gwinn, Phil Luzadder, Joe Hueston, Micky McClain. ROW 3: Nancy East,
Marcia Swart, Ella Kaiser, Jack Alexander, Shirley Morris, Brenda Freeman, David Lawson, Henri Teachnor, Tom
Elder. ROW 4: Kathy Hancher, Patricia Miller, Larry Owen, Kenneth Hartley, Ray Beach, Ted Singer, Phil Davis.
ROW 5: Terry Foust, Dan Cox, Ronald Buster, Jay C. McRoberts, Dave Burton, Mike Rastetter, George Altherr.
STANDING: Rana Trick, Mrs. Rae Cannon fteacherj, Ann Todd, Bessie Jones.
GRADE 7: ROW 1: Lola Garner, Bob Witcher, Tom Heath, Sydney Lynch. ROW 2: Mark Daugherty, Paul Hughes,
Anita McPherson, Leila Hosier, JoAnn Rogers, Larry McCorkle, Pam Cox, Jim Land. ROW 3: Jeanette Thornburg,
Becky Wiggs, Judy Borum, Bobby Wiggs, Teresa Hutson, Sherry Bear, Hilda Alexander, Wanda Baldwin. ROW 4:
Barbara Calowell, Larry Brobst, John Hood, Mary Canfield, Debbie Miller, Judy Smith, Flora Frye, Mary Lindsay.
ROW 5: Robert Johnson, Stephen Poe, Linda Dailey, Mark Green, Terry Crull, Mike Harrison, David Wilson.
ROW 6: Mary Jane Hervey, Darrell Sizelove, Perry Jarvis, Terry Floyd, Jim Johnson, Steve Sigler, Pat FG11.
STANDING: Jerry Ablanalp, Mr. Poore fteacherj.
Mrs. Inez McCoy
GRADE 7: ROW 1: Kathy Adams, Rondell Ashton, Carolyn Barker, Ronald Benefiel, Doug Bouslog, Jed Brown, Roy
Chaffin, Carolyn Callier. ROW 2: Susan Creamer, Jacquiline Daugherty, Rose Marie Drake, Alan Floyd, Euge
Friend, Charles Frye, James Frye, Doughlas Hare. ROW 3: Garry Harrison, Cynthia Hertle, Michael Holder, Cyn-
thia I-Iueston, Ann lsom, Peggy Johnson, Kathy Jones, Frank Stansberry. ROW 4: Jacquline McCord, Jon McPhear-
son, Glennis McRoherrs, David Luyet, Terry Prince, Gail Howell, Sheila Shuler. ROW 5: Vickie Vest, Carl
Teachnor, James Wethington, Larry Sizelove, Cynthia Cooper, Robert Miller. STANDING: Dana Thompson, Linda
Vestal, Mrs. McCoy fteacherj, Marline Lane, Harry Mitchell.
Mrs. Lucia Etchison
Mrs. Almeda Hopper
Miss Deanna Cole
GRADE 6: STANDING: Mary Beth Montcastle, Lucia Etchison, Thomas Derry, Michael Land. ROW 1: Marilyn
Lucas, Connie Partlow, Becky Conklin, Victoria Hiatt, Debbie Carnelious, Joyce McCord. ROW 2: Marsha Kirby,
Sandra Fisher, Diana Dellinger, Linda Blaylock, Norman Walker, Sherrie Albright, Bobbie Gordon, Carl Webb.
ROW 3: Eloise Rigsby, Brenda Pennock, Larry Land, Ernie Witcher, James Mason, Robert Fulton, James Borum,
Alan Howell. ROW 4: Annette Walder, Brenda Fry, James Burger, Lindon Craig, Mike Henson, Steve Davenport,
Joe Merrit, Robert Thurnbury. ROW 5: Linda Cawtharn, Diane Wilson, Roger Moss, Robert Moss, Eddie Smith,
GRADE 5: STANDING: Almeda Hopper, Steven Land. ROW 1: Janet Bradley, Mike Davenport, Ronald Frazier,
David Hickman, Sam Kinser. ROW 2: Terry Lawson, Barbara Line, Judy Litsey, Terry McCord, Jane Mroz, Mary
Murray. ROW 3: Gregory Poe, Tim Rasmussen, Robert Remington, Steven Remington, Candace Tobinson, Joan
Staley, Gary Baldwin. ROW 4: Melvin Stowe, Melinda Swart, Gregory Thompson, Brenda Vestal, Dennis Waymire,
Becky Phelps, Dianne Witcher. ROW 5: Vicki Waymire, Phil Webb, Sheila Whitten, Jerry Williams, Vicki Wise.
GRADE 4a: ROW 1: Kemela Sims. ROW 2: Collette Atchison, Curtis Ashton, Sally Ashby, Ruth Altherr, Mike
Albright ROW 3' Gene Cawthorn, Debbie Cannon, Diana Burris, Pe g Brovm, Larry Brook, James Brown Nancy
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Henson. ROW 4: Clay Giselbach, Rhonda George, Debbie Frank, Rickie Flanagan, Kathy Jo Dickinson, Nancy Lee-
man. ROW 5: Becky Land, Debbie Land, Janet Huffman, Gary Hosier, Ray Hickman, Cathy Hertle. ROW 6:
Sandra Wilson, Sam McNamee, Tere Singer, Donna Lucas, Lanora Lehman. STANDING: Missy Davis, David
Benefiel, Miss Cole fteacherj, Pat Cawthorn,
GRADE 4b: ROW 1: Randy Thomas, Becky Wise, Mike Phelps, Janet Neewe, Dennis Trice. ROW 2: Cindy Rich-
wine, John Poe, Jeannie Waymire, Danny Tharp, Linda Lynch, Max Sizelove. ROW 3: Myron Daugherty, Barbara
Dellinger, Thomas Alexander, Pamela Mason, Terry Harrison, Kevin Crawford. ROW 4: Roberta Heaton, Kathleen
Hanson, Kent Burris, Janet Heniser, Tony Abbott, Judy Chambers. ROW 5: Dallas Canfield, Peggy Henson, Wilford
Alexander, Deborah Davis, Douglas Holder.
Mrs. Helen Hughes
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GRADE 3: ROW 1: Vickie Marcum, Melvin Fry, Timmy Hickman, Buddy Tucker, Ben Singer. ROW 2: Larry
Moss, Cathy Crull, Cheryl Crull, David Walker, Rhonda Idlewine, Cathy Vestal, Vickie Spurlock. ROW 3: Pam
Todd, Christie Lambesis, Lou Ann Fisher, Roger Sprague, Jerry Alexander, Howard Sowers, Riley McCord. ROW
4: Debra Standridge, David Sizelove, Randy Kerkhoff, Beverly Cain, Terry Edwards, Nancy Morrow, Jeff Freeman.
ROW 5: Danny Tucker, Linda Billingsley, Dale Blackford, Garry Cain, Robbie Jeffs, Ronnie Wright. ROW 6:
Phil Alexander, Beverly Stowe, Tony Granger, Patricia Hester, Gary Gillespie, Cathy Trice. STANDING: Dale
Bradley, Miss Linda Fox fteacherj, Dennis Rogers.
GRADE 2: ROW 1: Danny Remington, Mary K. Alexander, Bobby Jarrell, Mike Arehart, ,Minona Rogers, Randy
Dickinson, Ricky Webb, Janet Post. ROW 2: Vickie Hobbs, Ellen Line, Terry Frye, Anita Stansberry, Jane Gisel-
bach, Nancy Cornelious, Pam Luzadder, Pam Davenport. ROW 3: Valerie Hosier, Pam Marley, Bobby Billingsley,
Terry Lugenbeal, John McRoberts, Colleen Howell, Verlin Clark, Scott Woodsides, Greg Blades, Paul Hebner, Con-
nie Spurlock. ROW 4: David Wise, Ronnie Land, Eddie Swink, Mike McNamee, Steve Singer, Linda Alexander,
Danny Atchison--Mrs. Charlotte Floyd Qteacherj.
GRADE la: ROW 1: Sandra Standridge, Tommy Henson, Ralph Lehman, Tommy Jeffs, Ronnie Hobbs. ROW 2:
Robin Tharp, Sandra Burris, Susan McNamee, John Knotts, Cindy Hobbs, Rickie DeRue, Donita Blackford. ROW
3: Ralph Marcum, Harold Sizelove, Butch Mason, Gary Land, Terry Hosier, Mark Alexander, Randy Cawthorn.
ROW 4: Danny Spurlock, Dennis Morgan, Connie LaShure, Trudy Hughes, Eary Eden, Jeff Cook. ROW 5: Vicky
Sims, Becky Henson, Tommy Morrow, Rodney Lawson, Jone Jack. STANDING: Linda Granger, Teddy Hosier,
Miss Helen Fox Qteacherj, Norman Jarvis, Mike Clark.
GRADE 1b-2a: ROW 1: Peggy Pickering, Todd Ashby, James Feight, Melinda Davis, Keith Harrison. ROW 2:
David Harper, Lanny Hays, Nancy Mroz, Connie Wright, Charles McNew, Jr., Susan Harper. ROW 3: Keith Hud-
son, Roberta Shaw, Judy Alexander, Phillip Powell, Kathie Flanagan, Gena Canfield. ROW 4: Joy Hacker, Stan-
ley Leeman, Resa Cunningham, Timmy Bott, Karen Whitehead, Marie Hook. ROW 5: Alan Hancher, Kenneth
Lynch, Christina Waymire, Ryndie Skillman, Loretta Harper, Robin Martin. STANDING: Kirk Singer, Mrs. Sue
Morgan fteacherj, Deborah Sprague.
Kindergarten: TOP ROW of tables: Table 1: Ronald Stansberry, James Klingbiel, Mrs. Opal Hughes Qteacherj,
Mitchell Smith, Donald Miller, Bobby Morrow, Dennis Hood. Table 2: Marty LaShure, Dean Etchison, Ronda
Everest, Darcy Ann Stevens, Curtis Harrison. Table 3: Michael Henry, George Lambesis, Debbie Stevens, Marsha
McNamee, Randy Cain, John Stroup. Table 4: Loralee Wise, Theresa Overdorf, Pamela DeRue, Rhonda Dickin-
son, Linda Jo Blockson, Julie Woodsides, Sally Dwiggins, Tina Nichols.
. . - Kindergarten - Mrs. O. Hughes - . .
Right picture: Table 1: Robin Wilson, Tommy Williams, Lorna McNew, Jeffrey Weddell, Debbie Welborn, Dolly
Hosier. Table 2: Mrs. Hughes, Gary Edwards, Jeffrey Riall, Kathy Lynn Strong, Curtis Whitson, Barrie Hayes.
Table 3: Charles Best, Donald Walker, Pamela Borum, Patricia Wright, Randy Borum, Kathy Allen, David Conklin
Table 4: Mary Ann Hudson, Vickie Fuller, Jimmy Hobbs, Kim Hebner, Timmy Major, Debbie Jo Fisher, Jimmy
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The Only National Bank in
FRAN KTGN COMMU ITY
HAMMONS PLUMBING 8-
SMITH'S APPLIANCES HEATING CO.
24 Hour Service
Phone FE 2-6772
Phone FE 2-5701
EIwood Indiana Elwood Indiana
"For rl Square Deal" XT
CONSUMER-McMINN com. co. Q51
Phone FE 2-6711
Elwood Indiana 300 So. Anderson-EIwooCI
2308 N' h IA .-A d
George McMinn, Owner IC 0 Ve H erson
P I' East wishes
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1202 So. "A" EIwood, Indiana
AUTOMOTIVE LIGHTING SYSTEMS
Guide-Matic Power Headlight Control
Safety Aim Headlamps
GUIDE LAMP DIVISIGN GEXESSQSZISIZEIAZZRP'
DANNER'S 54 8' 104 Compliments of
Always Geefl Veluee COMMERCIAL BANK AND
Open Friday and Saturday till 9 TRUST COMPANY
Alexandria Indiana Alexandria Indiana
ALEXANDRIA Compliments of
RECORD 81 FLOWER SHOP BROYLE
202 North Harrison
Alexandria Indiana Alexandria Indiana
FERMEN'S DONAHUE GAS., INC.
Ladies' a Children's Ready-fmweqf Yeuf Pllllgee Dealer
Phone 724-74-I94 Water-Heating
203 North Harrison Street Anderson-AIexandria-Elwood
Alexeflflfle Ph. 724-4173
UNDERWO0D'S ICE CREAM GROCERY 8. BAKERY
51 SNACK BAR Phone FE 2-6553
2034 Main Street
Alexandria Indiana Elwood Indiana
VANS' Portrait Studio
Get Clipped at
"Good Luck, Kids" 154-0 South "A" Street
Home Owned and Operated - - - Thelma Elwood Indiana
ORNAMENTAL NURSERY STOCK
State Road 28-East at Red Corner
JACKL EY FUNERAL HOME
Your Family Shoe Store
110 So. Anderson
FLOOR STOR E
AWNINGS-FLOOR C OVERINGS
2122 Main Street
BAXTER'S RECORD SHOP
2023 South "J" Street
FE 2-3592 Elwood, Indiana
CO0K'S SHOE REPAIR
1538 South "A" El.wood, Ind.
ACME AUTO BODY
COMPLETE AUTO BODY AND RADIATOR
224 No. 16th Elwood, Indiana
C. G. EMLING CO.
Institutional Food Specialties
2305 West Erie St.
THE D. H. GOBLE PRINTING COMPANY
WHOSE PRIVILEGE IT HAS BEEN
T0 SERVE YOU ON BEHALF OF
JEWELRY S FINEST CRAFTSIVIEN
Greenfield, Indiana YJ, K t f
Ylgiilrig-irigoglgo ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS
fema1eS'3150'00 CLASS Rmas AND Pms - cLus INSIGNIA - MEDALS
Stud Service 375.00 TRCIPHIES - Pumuss - nlPLoMAs - INVITATIONS
R. 2-Box 5009 Anderson, Indiana
ELWOOD PLUMBING AND HEATING
Supplies-Contracting -9:24 ,IIE
1414 IVIain Street I Elwood PIIOIIC Indiana
0 - '
HOME LUMBER COMPANY
1911 South B Street
Phone FEderal 2-6821
EAST SIDE PARTS
Wholesale Automotive Parts
31st gl Main Streets
AL-JAX CHEMICAL COMPANY
14-21 South "J" Street
Indiana Elwood Indiana
1516 'VIa1n Street
fohnson Sea-Horse Out Board Motors
SALES AND SERVICE
BOATS-TRAILERS AND ACCESSORIES
OILS 81 GREASES
LEATH ERS' BOAT HOUSE
1823 North A. Street
Elwood Phone FE 2-5162 Indiana
Phone FE 2-3131
DELUXE CLEANERS DECKER5
18 East 13th 2225 Broadway
IVlEN'S FORMAL WEAR
FRANKLIN FINANCE COMPANY Anderson
Loans and Financing Since 1921
Phone First-Fastest Service INDIANA BUSINESS COLLEGE
Anderson 1035 Main Street Indiana Sixtieth Year
SEARS, ROEBUCK 81 COMPANY W K IMPLEMENT SERVICE
"The Friendliest Store in Town"
Good Quality for Less Since 1886 R R 2-Anderson
Anderson Indiana Phone 743-2217
ANDERSON CAMERA SHOP BROADWAY SALES CORPORATION
12th gl Meridian Ph 7715
Camera Equipment and Party Goods Anderson Indiana
PAYLESS SUPER MARKET
OPEN 24 HOURS
29th 81 Main .
TAYLOR REAL ESTATE 81 INSURANCE
Tom and Mary try bicycles for size at Nancy Watkins and Steve Horn rest after a hard
day of soliciting at
SMITH BICYCLE SHOP C A R R I C O
Schwinn Sales Kc Service Furniture Mart
1213 Main Anderson, Indiana North Broadway Anderson, Ind
ANDERSON LAUNDERS"- CLEANERS
If -Eg Bread Fabritonic
.wIn.. .....u.....,..,.,..,...,....,,,,...,...... ....., .W-I ....' Dry Cleaning Treatment
Co, For Modern Garments
azoo moons Sm-Fresh Shir: Service
- MUNCIEI IND.
f down town Anderson--where friend meets friend and enjoys the
S best in Hamburger delights.
P ETTlGREW'S GROCERY
The Home of Courtesy Kindness
Fresh Meat Kc Vegetables
RUBY AND BILL
KAISER AUTO PARTS 8. SUPPLY, INC.
BROWN ELECTRIC CO.
1219 Main Anderson
MRS. LEMON'S RE-WEAVING SHOP
K' ' or Burns Skillfully
Q Rewoven in Any Fabric
f i Ph. 642-0470
' 9 V. 1714 Meridian Street
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SURBER 8. SON
TAII-ORS "For the Finest in Photography"
8002 Jackson Street
Anderson Indiana Anderson Pho. 643-5863 Indiana
Solicitors take time for a. tasty lunch at the
1405 jackson St. . . . . . Anderson
STEEL SLITTING CO.
Coil Slitting Kc Warehousing
Phone FE 2-5611
304 So. 28th Street
ICE CREAM 81 DAIRY PRODUCTS
"A Pleasure to Treat . . .
a Treat to Pleasure."
DlETZEN'S BAKERIES, INC.
1451 South A Street
SEEGER AUTO SUPPLY
Complete Iline of
Hollywood Mufflers Kc
1112 So. 16th St. Elwood, Ind.
A 8. W ROOT BEER
2831 E. Main St.
Teenage Accounts 218 So. Anderson Elwood, Ind.
Elwood Indiana PI10- FE 2-9025
We Are Grateful for the Compliments of
Opportunity tg Martin Jarvis and Don Perkins
Serve the Ffankron School AIRPORT SHELL sERvlcE sTATloN
and Its Community
CENTRAL INDIANA GAS CO. Elwood Ph. FE 2-2733
GREEN MONUMENT WORKS
I L ISPLA S
MONT CE L0 D Y State Road 28 East
Monticello Manufacturing Co. Elwood
Elwood Indiana Pho. FE 2-2733
BU'-YS GARAGE cm. ORBAUGH at sons
Automatic Transmission Service I
1830 So. "R" Street nsumnce
Home Phone FE 2-5217 Pho. FE 2-3363
Elwood Indiana Elwood Indiana
A 65 99
We Deliver In Frankton
Phone 644-7781 - Anderson
Tours and Cruises A11 Over The World
FOR RESERVATIONS APPLY TO
N MILLER TOURS
MILLER ay Walnut 5-3581
TUURS Y Marott Hotel
' S Indianapolis '7, Indiana
FRAN KTON LUMBER COMPANY
' ' Complete Building
We Sell More Because
We Sell for Less
We Sell for Less Because
We Buy More
WAYNE JONES 8. SONS, INC.
324 So. Anderson Street
Phone FE 2-3533
BLAYLOCK'S LAUNDRY 8.
Open 6:30 A.M. Till 10:00 P.lVl
Wash 204 6,5 3541 pr. Load
Dry 10:2 for Ten Minutes
Elwood Indiana Frankton lndlana
Your Neighborhood Croc.
1906 S R St. Elwood
Phone FE 2-3202
First of ALL
A DRUG STORE
Anderson's Newest and Only
in JUNIOR Sizes 5 to 15
and TEENS 6 to 14
21 West 12th
Alice Coehring, Owner
SEYFERT DIST. INC.
AT 4-6832 Muncie
lf's Treat Time for the kids at
OWEN ICE CREAM 8 DAIRY
1800 Lincoln Street
CoroI's hopin' for o portable from
MILLER HUGGINS, INC.
"Everything for Every Office"
"The Oldest and Largest Federal
Savings and Loan Association
in Madison County"
Jackson 81 Eleventh Streets
OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED FOR INQUIRING MINDS
There has never been a time when researchers were not shaping the lives of men. The wheel,
the lever, the automobile and the space ship were all equally dependent on the inquiring mind.
Progress expands with research. I Here at Delco-Remy, for example, our research interest
was largely concentrated on automotive applications a generation ago. We could have contented
ourselves with just making better starting, lighting and ignition systems. l But what we wanted
to do was provide electrical energy for the needs of motion-all kinds of motion. At our luncheon
tables these days, the conversation is likely to swing from semiconductors and transistor
ignition systems to new devices for missile control or electrical power supplies for outer space.
l We have a new ultra-modern research and engineering building nearing completion. ln it,
our scientists and engineers will find the most favorable environment possible for imaginative
research. l What are the rewards of a scientific career? The opportunities are virtually un-
limited. But there's something else equally important, we think. lt's the tremendous satisfaction
to be derived from contributing to human progress. l If you have an inquiring mind, it's a
career you should think about.
FROM Tl-l E HIGHWAY TO THE STARS : 9 Division of General Motors - Anderson, Indiana
Joan Abplanalp 79
Wanda Adams 79
William Adams 44, 79
James Allen 71
Jeannie Allen 34,79
Fred Allender 71
John Altherr 71
Kent Arbuckle 46, 71
Linda Arehart 79
Nancy Argabright 79
Todd Ash 33, 34,60
Tommy Ashby 79
Bobby Ashton 79
Sheliah Atchison 60
Terry Avery 60
Mary Jane Baker 20, 25,
59, 60, 111
Bill Baldwin 79
Donita Baldwin 60
Debbie Banker 79
Larry Bardonner 8, 34, 75
Danny Barmes 60
Carl Barnes 75
Kenneth Barnett 79
Jeff Bauer 44,75, 22
Dennis Beck 44, 79
Vickie Beck 72
Susan Beidelschies 72
Gary Benefiel 51, 72, 74
Allen Berg 72
Gloria Blair 15, 25, 33, 41,
Earl Berkebile 79
Rickey Boyle 80
Phil Bott 75
Terry Bookout 80
Loraine Bouslog 20, 33,61
Larry Brashear 61
Russell Brashear 80
Frances Brizendine 44, 75
Kathy Brown 75
Molly Brown 72
Susan Brown 20, 71, 72, 74
Fred Bryan 75
Dan Buckner 25, 33, 72
Delbert Burton 34, 61
Stan Busby 22, 40, 44, 50,
Connie Cain 72
Ronnie Cain 80
Janet Chambers 80
Jean Chambers 75
Kay Chism 75
Gary Clark 80
Jackie Clark 11, 24, 61
Dusty Clarkson 80
Mike Clarkson 75
Dexter Cloud 44,80
Jim Cloud 25, 75
Joan Collier 72
Rodney Compton 80
Butch Condon 44, 46, 75
Sandra Conklin 10, 21, 33,
Anita Cooper 75
Gloria Cook 72
Rita Couch 80
Janie Covington 80
Jerry Cox 80
Steve Cox 75
Marilyn Coy 61
Virginis Coy 80
Mickey Crawford 80
Ernest Crowder 72
David Cunningham 75
Jerry Cunningham 44, 80
Sandra Cunningham 14, 75, 77
Bob Curl 80
Maureen Curl 21,61
Dallas Curtis 33, 40, 46, 50,
Judy Daugherty 72
Bob Dailey 80
Carol Davis 21, 33, 59, 62
Geraldine Davis 20, 62
Larry Davis 51, 76
Gary Davidson 72
Stephen Davison 17, 62
Robert DeHart 80
Pat Delaplane 33, 742
Bob Dellinger 20, 33, 62
Sherry Dellinger 80
Terry Dietz 80
Nancy Dietzer 80
Darlene Downing 80
Doug Drake 44, 80
Randy Duncan 80
Leon Ebert 46, 72
Sonny Edwards 72
Jan Ehman 80
Kent Ehman 51, 72,101
Karla Ehman 76, 77
Janice Etchison 80
Tom Faucett 76
Diana Faulkner 33, 71
Janis Fetz 80
Jeff Fetz 80
Sharon Fischer 76
Ronnie Fisher 76
Barbara Fletcher 79, 80
Shirley Fletcher 20, 72
Penny Floyd 34, 79, 80
Eddie Foley 25, 76
Sue Foley 71, 72
Gary Fox 76
Jennie Frazier 9, 76, 77
Alma Friend 8, 41, 62, 67
Connie Fry 80
Gordon Fuller 62
Vickie Gardner 62
Russell Garrison 80
Terry George 76
Don Gilchrest 72
Carol Giselbach 72
Kathryn Giselbach 81
Dottie Goldsberry 81
Don Goodman 63
Linda Goodman 81
Bill Gordon 63
Jerry Gordon 8, 20, 75, 76
Frank Gosnell 14, 44, 46,
47, 76 I
Norman Graham 33, 63
Joyce Graham 76
David Granger 81
Frances Granger 63
Roger Gray 81
Kathy Gregory 81
Dick Gross 72
Barbara Harper 81
Jeff Harper 72
Leila Harper 33, 81
Eddie Hart 34,72
Sandra Hart 76
Mary Beth Hartley 20, 21,
33, 34, 35, 63
Nancy Hays 17, 33, 41, 63
Ralph Hays 76
George Heady 76
Tom Heady 33, 64
Dixie Heaton 20, 34, 72
Terry Heaton 34, 76
Ann Heath 63
Peggy Heath 81
Barbara Heniser 44, 81
Darlene Henry 72
Steve Henry 51,73
Betty Henson 81
Gloria Hertle 20, 33, 35,
Tom Hervey 81
Terry Hiatt 34, 81
Janice Hickman 81
Charles Hiday 76
Charles Hobbs 76
Gary Hobbs 76
Pam Hodson 81
Charlotte Holman 64
Doug Hood 6,17, 64, 22
Karen Hood 81
Carolyn Hook 76
Judy Hoover 81
Sandra Hoover 76
Max Hoppel 40, 46, 47, 64,
Richard Horlander 73
Phil Horn 44, 81
Steve Horn 33, 64, 111
Loretta Hosier 81
Steve Hudson 24, 33, 40, 46,
Sherrie Hueston 81
Danny Hughes 77
John Humphrey 6, 73
Karen Humphrey 64
Dave Huth 4, 9, 14, 33, 41,
Nila Huth 77
Jack Huffman 17, 24, 64
Jean Hutchison 20, 8, 33,
Dennis Hutson 77
David Jack 79
Bonnie Jackley 81
Robert Jackman 65
Dan Jackson 65
Tony Jackson 81
Ludy Jarrell 73
Bert Jarrett 5, 81
Bill Jarrett 9, 44, 46, 50,7
Bob Jarrett 33, 65
Karen Jarvis 34, 77
Marsha Jarvis 34, 77
Mike Jarvis 34, 77
Dallas Jent 73
Thelma Jent 81
Sally John 77
Bill Johnson 71
Danny Johnson 34, 76
Tim Johnson 65
John Johnson 77
Richard Jones 77
Ronald Jones 81
Wanda Jones 73
Joann Jordon 81
Linda Kallner 20, 33, 34,
Ernestine Kennedy 33, 73
Sue Kennedy 33, 73
Wayne Kerkhoff 7, 40, 61,
Gary Killian 77
Earl Kimmerling 81
Jack Kimmerling 77
Mike King 73
Judy Kinser 77
Dianne Kirby 81
Georgia Kirby 81
Barbara Knight 77
Ginger Knight 33,77
Mary Lambertson 73
Bill Lay 40, 44, 73
Darrell Lane 81
David Lazenby 20, 73
Kathy Lee 20, 34, 75, 77
Mike Lewellen 73
Jeannetta Legg 79, 81
Roxanna Likens 81
Larry Litsey 20, 75
Shirley Luttrell 77
Nick Luyet 73
Kay Line 81
Joe Lynch 82
Cynthia McCarty 82
Janet McCarty 77
Dale McCord 82
David McCord 73
Dick McCord 44, 49, 51, 77
Jerry McCord 73
Ronnie McCord 44, 82
Ted McCord 20,65
Karen McElfresh 73
Janelle McCorkle 82
Sharon McPheasron 82
Gloria McRoberts 20, 66
Peggy Manning 77
Becky Martin 82
Tim Marsh 73
Sandra Masters 34,82
Jerry Mathews 82
Xeneclea Mathews 77
Tom Mauck 77
Terry Michael 82
Janice Mitchell 82
Tom Mitchell 82
Sharon Michael 66
John Miller 25, 33,66
Carol Jean Mock 25, 33,
34, 66, 101,116
John Montcastle 77
Irma Moore 82
Terry Morris 82
Kenneth Naselroad 82
Gary Nash 25, 33, 78
Larry Nash 44,82
Kathy Orbaugh 44, 82
Tom Orbaugh 66
Herbert Ousley 66
Dorothy Ozenbaugh 82
Becky Paddock 44, 82
Melanie Paddock 33, 35,
Susan Painter 73
Teresa Pedro 78
jill Peterson 73
Karen Pennington 82
Dennis Pettigrew 82
Shirley Pettigrew 82
Doug Prewett 66
Suzanne Prewett 82
Kathy Prieshoff 78
Pam Pierce 33, 73
Mary Prince 73
Brenda Pruett 78
Sharon Pruitt 82
Terry Pruitt 82
Renee Rees 82
Ben Richwine 9, 14,40, 49,
51, 59, 67
Mary Faye Richwine 14,
20, 73, 74
jim Riddle 71
Mary Riddle 78
Lee Riegel 16, 34, 78
Ella Kay Rigsby 82
jane Ritter 67
Regina Ritter 82
David Roby 34, 78
Darrell Ryan 78
Marilyn Ryan 78
Stanley Sallee 74
Melissa Schuck 34, 78
Mike Schuck 74
jim Scott 79
Dan Sargent 79
jack Shallenberger 79
Donnie Shaw 82
Andrea Seely 17, 67
Janie Shaw 82
Sharon Shaw 82
David Shetterly 25,36
Mary Shoulders 82
Melvin Shuler 82
Carol Shirley 20, 21, 33,
Barbara Sigler 20, 24, 11,
Tom Sigler 71, 111
Mike Sigler 74
Tom Singer 8, 34, 78
Dennis Smith 78
John Smith 24, 33, 41, 51,
Nettie Smith 83
Pam Smith 83
Ronnie Smith 83
Shirley Smith 78
Tom Smith 74
jack Smothers 17, 67
Sherry Sowash 74
Mary Spears 83
Phil Spears 74
Linda Slack 82
Barbara Slack 78
Stephen Slater 83
Pete Spoo 74
Susan Spoo 83
Linda Staley 83
Eunice Stanley 83
john Stansberry 83
Rex Stansberry 74
Terry Stansberry 83
Paula Starr 78
Don Stephens 33, 49, 51, 67
Larry Stephens 44, 83
Danny Stigall 40, 44, 74
Charles Stottlemyer 33, 60,
Larry Stottlemyer 83
Phyllis Stottlemyer 78
Phyllis Strong 83
Connie Stroud 78
Clara Sturbois 9, 20, 33,
Stephen Sumner 34, 46, 74
Carol Swackhamer 33,68
Terry Swaim 83
Danny Swart 40, 44, 78
Karen Taylor 17, 24, 33,
Linda Taylor 83
Ronnie Taylor 83
Don Thomas 25, 68
janet Thomas 68
john Thomas 83
Gloria Thornbury 83
Nelma Tranbarger 21, 68
jon Truex 83
Richard Turner 68
Carol Tomey 20,74
Fred Ulrey 83
Wayne VonHeiber 78
Debbie Voss 83
Joyce Voss 20, 33, 35, 69
Robert Wallace 83
Jerry Waltermire 16, 44,
46, 51, 70
jim Waltermire 33, 40, 46
Larry Waltermire 16, 44,
46, 49, 78
Nancy Watkins ll, 14, 20,
33, 41,69, 111
Sallye Watkins 83
jarrell Waymire 78
jim Waymire 69
Linda Waymire 83
Nick Waymire 44, 83
Richard Waymire 78
Tom Waymire 74
Sharon Waymire 83
Eddie Weaver 71, 74
Ginger Welborn 78
Lynn Welborn 78
Teresa Welker 83
Lucresia Wells 78
Mary Wethington 78
Janet Whalen 34, 78
Marybeth Whetsel 34, 78
Mike Whetsel 74
Patty Whetsel 83
Nancy Whitcomb 34, 83
Steve Whitcomb 69
Connie Whitson 33, 74
Dianna Whitson 44
Leona Whitson 83
Sue Whitson 74
Mike Wilhoite 83
Danny Williams 83
john Wimer 69
Steve Wilson 83, 34
Sharon Wilson 83
Carolyn Wright 34, 74, 75
Steve Wright 69
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