French Lick High School - Plutocraft Yearbook (French Lick, IN)

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EI THE PLUTOCRAFT El Editor-in-Chief ,,..,.., Associate Editor ......... Athletic Editors ......... Circulation Managers .,.... Advertising Manager Business Manager ......... Staff Odessa Wagoner Helen Briner ..,...,.,Paule Wininger Sidney Sturm Caroleen Denny Lois Kaiser ...Glenn Putnam .Eleanor Mavity EI Page 3 l A El El lHh PLU'l'OCRAF'l' E U Faculty Superintendent S. E. Coopei '......, ...,,........,..,..,.,............ H istory Principal A. I. llIQSS1Ck ..........,,.,.,.......,....,.....,,......,........., English A. E. Pershing ,,,....,......,.. ........ ll Iathematics, Latin, Science Hazel M, Lashbrook ,...,,. ..,.,,.,....r.,,....,....,....... C ommercial Dorotha Ellen Kirk ..,....... ,,................. H istory, Journalism Fred Crow .,rr,..,,r,,,,,..... ..,.,,........ M athematics, Social Studies Charles Chilton ,,,,,,,,......,. Physical Education, Mathematics Alta Marie Claxton ..,....,..,..,.,,,,..,.,........,..,.......,............. English Virginia M. Luckett .,,...... .,,.,,... M usic and Art Ethel M. Wells ,.................,.......................,.,., Home Economics D. V. Singer .........,......,.... Health Education, Manual Training Genevieve C. Cawleyn. Russel E. McDonald Paul W. Ashby. ....,,....,,,....,Physical Training, French , .,..., .,,,,. Vocational Agriculture. Science, Mathematics ....,...Band and Orchestra Pie-L13 III T 11-i--in THE PLUTOCRAFT u----1:1 The Builders A builder builclecl a temple, He wrought it with grace and skillg Pillars and groins and arches All fashioned to work his will. And men said as they saw its beauty' "It never shall know decay, Great is thy skill, O builder. Thy fame shall endure for aye." A teacher builcled a temple, With loving and infinite carey Planning each arch with patience, Laying each stone with prayer. None praised the unceasing efforts, None knew of the wondrous plan, For the temple the teacher builcled Was unseen by the eye of man. Gone is the 'builder's temple, Crumpled into the dustg Low lies each stately pillar, Food for consuming rust. But the temple the teacher buildecl Will last while the ages rollg For that beautiful unseen temple Was a chilcl's immortal soul. EI Page 5 9' l , ,1 1:1--i--u 1 Page 6 III President ..A..,.,A Vice President ....... Secretary ,,,, Treasurer i.,,. T he HE PLUTOCRAFT El Class Officers Motto Future Is Still Our Colors Blue and White. Flower Sweet Peas, ,.......Audra Flick Wa1'den Tabor Anna Lois Robbins Eleanor Mavity Own. j. I -." 'W Q -Q' I 'Y ' 'I 'ff .A ""' "'-'wf , Q 4 J' -l . 4 Page 6 El President .......,.. . Vice President ..,,, Secretary ,..... ,,,. Treasurer .i.,.. The EI THE PLUTOCRAFT El H Class Officers Wal den Taboi ........Anna Lois Robbins Motto Future Is Still Our O Colors Blue and White. Flower Sweet Peas. Eleanol Max 1tv WTI F 'ir - 9' I I '9- 1 1 i U, T' gm I 4, G' W, F l ll HALYHLD f'7CD0Nm11 RLHJSLIH PALM Wmwzm I 1 3, , Q ltrt . "" v. 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L 1 N Bl. i' 3 I ' . 9 . -,u ll -an ' , K ,,, E-l---U THE PLUTOCRAFT u ----1:1 SENIORS by Anna Lois Robbins and Kathryn Flick BARNETTA ARMSTRONG-"Barney" is jolly, big-hearted and sympathetic-just the kind of a girl you like to have around. Orchestra 1-23 Thanksgiving Pageant ls Glee Club 2-3-43 "The Gypsy Rover" 23 Spring Festival 2-3-43 Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Ess and Jay Vaudeville 33 Paoli convocation 33 "In the Garden of the Shah" 33 Minstrel t'Land O' Cottonn 33 "F" Club 43 "Betty Lou" 43 "Fun in a Vaudeville Agency" 43 Tennis 43 Basket- ball 43 Society Editor of Plutocraft 43 Reporter for Senior Edition of Plutocraft 43 intra-school typing contest 43 Surprise Nite 4. WOODROW ATKINS-When "Woody" is in a crowd, his pep assures us of a good time. English High School 13 Basketball 1-3-43 Baseball 1-3-43 Glee Club 1-43 French Lick High School 2-3-43 lntra-class basketball 2-3-43 Usher for Commencement 3: "F" Club 3-43 Surprise Nite 43 French Class convocation 43 Spring Festival 4. RUBY BARNETT-Another red-head-sincere and genuine. Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Girls Track Meet 33 Basketball 4. BERNIECE BLEDSOE-Berniece is the dignified half of the Bledsoe-Crowe Company. Dance at Exhibit 13 Track 33 Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Class History 4. HERBERT BLEDSOE-It is hard to find a better worker or a more talented artist. Class president 13 Freshman chorus 13 Glee Club 1-2-3-43 Operetta 1-3-43 Class secretary 23 Vice president 33 Senior pictures 3-43 Class Poem 33 Journalism reporter 43 Secretary and Treasurer of Glee Club 4. PAUL BLEDSOE-Paul is our Senior shiek and former basketball star. Glee Club 1-33 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 13 Basketball 1-2-43 Track 1-33 Spring Festival 1-33 Orchestra 1-23 "Gypsy Rover" 2g "ln the Garden of the Shah" 33 Ess and Jay Vaudeville 3. HELEN BRINER-Her personality plus has won many friends for her. Vice president 13 Librarian 1-23 Office girl 1-23 Thanksgiving Pageant 13 "Spread- ing the News" 13 Physical training dance lg Glee Club 2-3-43 Orchestra 2-43 Booster Club 33 Secretary 3g Spring Festival 2-3-43 "Gypsy Rover" 23 Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Finance committee 33 Ess and Jay Vaudeville 33 "Art Where Art Thou 'F' 33 Indoor Carnival 33 "Land O' Cotton" 33 "In the Garden of the Shah" 33 Band 43 Surprise Nite 43 Editor-in-Chief of Plutocraft 43 "Betty Lou" 43 President of Arenel Club 43 "Bethlehem Star" 43 Bicentennial program at Paoli 43 Associate Editor of Senior Plutocraft 43 Advertising manager 43 Senior orchestra 43 Paoli convocation 4g "Fun in a Vaudeville Agency" 4. LOIS BROWN-To know Lois is to know why she has so many friends. Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Indoor Carnival 33 Senior convocation 4. EI EI Page 7 nl--in '1' H E P 1. U 'r 0 Q R A F 'r m -ln JAMES CARNESAHere is a studious boy who always has a cheerful word for everyone. Basketball 3-45 Baseball 45 Senior convocation 45 "Old Fashioned School" 3. PAUL CHILTON-Paul has been with us only one year, but we think he has done more than enough to make up for the other three. Palmyra High School 15 Basketball 1-2-3-45 School Play 15 Junior-Senior Banquct 1-2-35 Monroe Township School 2-35 President 35 "Old Grouch" 35 Reading, "Uncle Sye" 35 French Lick High School 45 Baseball 45 Glee Club 45 "F" Club 45 Sur- prise Nite 45 Spring Festival 4. SARAH LOUISE COLGLAZIER-Blonde, clever, dainty. Why say any more? Librarian 1-25 Thanksgiving Pageant 15 Glee Club 2-3-45 "Gypsy Rover" 25 Spring Festival 2-3-45 Ess and Jay Club 3-45 "In the Garden of the Shah" 35 Surprise Nite 45 Senior orchestra 45 "Betty Lou" 45 Intra-school typewriting contest 4. NORAL CROWDER-Our youngest member and a sure cure for the blues. "Spreading the News" 15 Intra-class basketball 1-25 Thanksgiving Pageant 1: Harmonica band 25 Christmas program 25 Spring Festival 25 Sophomore convo- cation 35 Orchestra 35 Junior convocation 35 Debating 45 Reporter for Senior edition of Plutocraft 4. PAULINE CROWE-The other half of the well-known team and a good scout, too. Track 35 Ess and Jay Club 3-45 Reporter for Senior edition of Plutocraft 4. BEATRICE COX-There must be something in the air besides school work that keeps "Bee" always in a good humor. Exhibit program 15 Ess and Jay Club 3-4. CAROLEEN DENNY-Leave it to "Carrie" to blend work and play so that they make her one of the most popular of Seniors. "Spreading the News" 15 Librarian 1-25 Thanksgiving Pageant 15 Glee Club 3-45 "Gypsy Rover" 25 Ess and Jay Club 3-45 "Land O' Cotton" 35 "In the Garden of the Shah" 35 Spring Festival 3-45 Indoor Carnival 35 Calendar editor of Pluto- craft 45 "Betty Lou" 45 Basketball 45 Circulation manager for Senior edition of Plutocraft 45 Captain of typing team 45 "Fun in a Vaudeville Agency" 4. DELORIS DRABING-If anything happens in town, one can always bank on "Dee" being there. Oiiice girl 1-25 Thanksgiving Pageant 15 Freshman chorus 15 Glee Club 2-3-45 "Gypsy Rover" 25 Spring Festival 2-3-45 "In the Garden of the Shah" 35 Ess and Jay Club 3-45 Ess and Jay Vaudeville 35 Minstrel Show 35 Indoor Carnival 35 Commercial contest 35 "Betty Lou" 45 Basketball 45 Surprise Nite 45 Senior orchestra 45 Bicentennial program at Paoli 45 Class day program committee 45 Paoli convocation 45 Intra-school typing contest 4. WALTER EVANS-What would our class be without a good musician? Southe1'n Junior High School at Louisville, Ky., 15 Orchestra 15 Evolution of Music 15 All-city orchestra 15 Track 15 Jeffersonville High School 25 Band 25 Orchestra 25 Basketball 25 French Lick High School 3-45 Orchestra 3-45 Spring Festival 3-45 Band 45 Surprise Nite 45 Bicentennial program at Paoli 45 Track 45 National Music Week program 2. Pu ge S El -- El X 1:1--in THE PLUTOCRAFT ul---1:4 AUDRA FLICK-Being an excellent student doesn't prevent "And" from being actively interested in all phases of school life. Exhibit program 15 Taggart Award Ring 25 Commercial contest 35 Bookkeeping Award 35 Ess and Jay Club 3-45 Class President 45 Assistant librarian 45 De- bating 45 Basketball 4. KATHERINE FLICK-"Katy" is an unassuming lass who deserves her popularity. Ess and Jay Club 3-45 Reporter for Plutocraft 45 "Fun in a Vaudeville Agency" 45 Senior Plutocraft work 4. PAUL FLICK-Careful, conscientious, and conservative is Paul. Orchestra 2-35 Glee Club 35 Spring Festival 35 "In the Garden of the Shah" 35 Minstrel "Land O' Cotton" 35 Finance committee for Senior edition of Pluto- craft 4. NINA HAZEL-Nina's interests lie in the realm of music. Orchestra 1-25 Piano quartette 15 Spring Festival 1-2-3-45 Thanksgiving Pageant 15 Coached "Spreading the Newsu 15 Glee Club 2-3-45 "Gypsy Rover" 25 Assist- ant director of "Christmas in Many Lands" 25 "In the Garden of the Shah" 35 "Land O' Cotton" 35 Ess and Jay Club 3-45 Ess and Jay Vaudeville 35 "Art Where Art Thou ?" 35 Indoor Carnival 35 Appointed delegate to Commercial Contest 35 Assistant director of orchestra 35 Prog1'ams at Paoli and Orleans 35 Surprise Nite 45 Music Editor of Plutocraft 45 Treasurer of Glee Club 45 "Betty Lou" 45 Convocation at Paoli 45 Class History 45 "Fun in a Vaudeville Agency" 45 Committee for Class Day 45 Intra-school typing contest 4. HOLBERT HENDRIX-A worse tease than the proverbial small brother, but one likes him just the same. Thanksgiving Pageant 15 Glee Club 3-45 "In the Garden of the Shah" 35 Min- strel "Land O' Cotton" 35 Armistice Day program 35 Commercial Contest 35 "Betty Lou" 45 Spring Festival 3-4. IVA HENDRIX-It takes a lot of good qualities to make a lovely girl. Ess and Jay Club 3-45 Basketball 4. KATHRYN HOLIDAY-The best way to have a friend is to be one. Exhibit program 15 Ess and Jay Club 3-45 Track 3. LOIS KAISER-If you are in need of a steadfast, appreciative pal, try Lois. English High School 15 Chorus 15 French Lick High School 2-3-45 Ess and Jay Club 3-45 Circulation Committee for Senior edition of the Plutocraft 4. LOUISE KEARBY--Louise is as cheerful as she is industrious. Glee Club 25 Ess and Jay Club 3-45 Songs for Senior Edition of the Plutocraft LILLIAN LASHBROOK--Lillian's capacity for Work is astonishingly out of propor- tion with her stature. Ess and Jay Club 3-45 "Old Fashioned School" 3. GLENN LEONARD-A red head with a winning personality to go with it. Basketball 2-3-45 Track 2-3-4. PAUL LEONARD-To have a good disposition and a full grown smile in spite of Health Ed. and "three -deep" is a real accomplishment. Intra-class Basketball 15 Indoor Carnival 35 "Old Fashioned School" 3. II! EI Page 9 1:-il---1:1 'ri-IE PLU'l'OCRAl"l' ml---U CHARLES MOERY-"Cl1arley's" marcel creates envy in every girl. The wave, how- ever, is just as natural and substantial as he is himself, intra-class Basketball 33 Indoor Carnival 3. VANCE MORGAN-When you see "Porter" without a grin, you know something is wrong. Glee Club 2-3-43 "Gypsy Rower" 23 Spring Festival 2-3-43 Indoor Carnvial 3: "Betty Lou" 43 Tennis 43 "F" Club 43 Class Will 43 Alternate class orator 4. ELEANOR MAVITY-"Elly" isn't to be found "on the edge of things", but where- ever interesting things are doing. Taggart Award Ring lg Librarian 1-23 Class Reporter 23 Orchestra 23 Glec Club 2-3-43 Spring Festival 2-3-43 "Gypsy Rover" 23 Booster Club 23 Paoli con- vocation 33 "ln the Garden of the Shah" 33 "Art Where Art Thou ?" 33 "Land O' Cotton" 33 Commercial contest 33 Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Ess and Jay Vaude- ville 33 Treasurer 43 Tennis 43 "F" Club 43 Captain of Senior Basketball team 113 "Betty Lou" 43 Associate editor of Plutocraft 4g Surprise Nite 43 Business Manager for Senior Edition of Plutocraft 43 Captain of typing team 43 "Fun in 3 Vaudeville Agency" 43 Vice president of Glee Club 4. EDWARD MCCARTY-Although "Ed" has a special spot worn out on the "green car- pet," he is, as our famous principal says, all right. "Old Fashioned School" 33 Horseshoe 43 Baseball 43 Basketball 4. HAROLD McDONALD-In spite of his outside duties, "Mac" is a real student. Track 1-2-3-4? Orchestra 2g Glee Club 2-3-43 "Gypsy Rover" 23 Basketball 2-3-43 "ln the Garden of the Shah" 33 Minstrel Show 33 "Now Adolph" 33 "F" Club 3-43 "Betty Lou" 43 Surprise Nite 43 Glee Club reporter for Senior edition of Plutocraft 43 Spring Festival 2-3-4. GERTRUDE McFARLAND-Vanity, thy name is not "Gertie." Sincerity is only :1 little 'part of her charming personality. Exhibit program 13 Track 33 Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Basketball 4. PAULINE MILLS-She has a talent for friendship and a smile that expresses it. Ess and Jay Club 3-43 "An Old Fashioned School" 33 Senior convocation 4. GLENN PUTNAM-Altho' independent and outspoken, "Put" has a manner that will always win him friends in any group. Thanksgiving Pageant 13 "Spreading the News" 13 Glee Club 2-3-43 "Gypsy Rover" 23 Orchestra 23 Minstrel Show 33 Indoor Carnival 33 Spring Festival 2-3-43 Tennis 43 "F" Club 43 "Betty Lou" 43 French Class play 43 Journalism Class play 43 Class poem 43 Plutocraft reporter 43 Surprise Nite 43 Intra-class basketball 2-3. ANNA LOIS ROBBINS-Anna Lois has dignity and pose often envied. Thanksgiving Pageant lg "Spreading the News" 13 Class orator 2-43 Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Circulation Manager of Plutocraft 33 Class secretary and treas- urer 33 Class secretary 1-43 Usher at Commencement 33 Indoor Carnival 33 Surprise Nite 43 Senior Edition of Plutocraft work 4. Page 10 III IJ E ----lil THE PLUTOCRAFT :Pl---u WARDEN TABOR-It is hard to compass "Mert's" interests from basketball to cur- rent jokes. Class treasurer 13 Basketball 1-2-3-43 Basketball captain 43 Track 1-23 Track captain 33 Lincoln Oratorical contest 23 Class reporter 33 "F" Club 3-45 "F" Club vice president 3-43 "Now Adolph" 33 Indoor Carnival 33 Vice president 43 Glee Club president 43 "Betty Lou" 43 Surprise Nite 43 Band 43 Orchestra 43 Bicentennial program at Paoli 43 "Fun in a Vaudeville Agency" 43 Intra-class basketball captain I-2-3. MARGARET THACKER-Individuality is her first law which makes her a very out- standing student. Thanksgiving Pageant 13 Librarian 1-23 Office girl 13 Sophomore History 23 Booster Club 23 One semester at Delroy, Fla., High School-coached "Julius Caesar" 23 Page at Indiana Legislature 33 Organized Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Chairman of candy selling committee 3-43 Society editor of Plutocraft 33 Editor of Journalism Class edition 33 Usher at Commencement and Baccalaureate 33 Glee Club 33 Spring Festival 33 Minstrel Show 33 Art Exhibit Tableau 33 Indoor Carnival 33 Surprise Nite 43 "Cindrillon" 43 Senior Class Poem 4. ESTHER STEMPLY-A smile always lights her face unless she's laboring over an English lesson. Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Orchestra 43 Plectrum Club 43 Indoor Carnival 33 Glee Club 43 "Betty Lou" 43 Spring Festival 4. SIDNEY STURM-He says little, but his work speaks volumes. Track 2-33 Basketball 3-4. DOROTHY STULTZ-We know that whatever Dorothy does after she leaves school will be done well. Assistant librarian 33 Ess and Jay Club 3-4. ODESSA WAGONER-"Dessie" is a possessor of a smile that just won't wear off. Exhibit 'program 13 Usher for "Gypsy Roverl' 23 Glee Club 3-43 Spring Festival 3-43 "Land O' Cotton" 33 "In the Garden of the Shah" 33 "An Old Fashioned School" 33 Ess and Jay Club 3-43 Indoor Carnival 33 Surprise Nite 43 Class Reporter 43 "Betty Lou" 43 Editor of Senior Edition 43 Intra-school typing con- test 43 "Fun in a Vaudeville Agency" 4. PAULE WININGER-Happy-go-lucky, the school's greatest cut-up. Yell leader 1-2-3-43 "Spreading the News" 13 Class reporter 33 Thanksgiving Pageant 13 Class yell leader 1-2-33 Glee Club 2-3-43 Spring Festival 2-3-43 "Gypsy Rover" 23 "F" Club 3-43 "Land O' Cotton" 33 "In the Garden of the Shah" 33 Ess and Jay Vaudeville 33 Indoor Carnival 33 "Betty Lou" 43 Athletic Editor of Plutocraft and Senior edition 43 Paoli convocation 43 Surprise Nite 43 "Fun in a Vaudeville Agency" 4. MARY WOOLUMS-Mary has retained her crowning beauty While some of us are trying to recover ours. English High School 1-23 French Lick High School 3-43 Ess and Jay Club 3-43 "An Old Fashioned School" 33 Indo-or Carnival 33 Journalism reporter 4. EI El Page 11 in-l n THE PLU'rocRA1f'r n -lg Class History by Nina Hazel and Berniece Bledsoe Ship Ahoy! A whistle sounded. The good ship "Freshies" was leaving the port of Grade School and setting sail on the Sea of Knowledge for the City of Graduation. Captain Samuel Sharp Jr. hailed Miss Hartman, the class sponsor, to weigh the anchor and the ship sailed off. Upon the sea the eighty Freshmen be- gan to feel their importance. Three other ships had already left the port at other times and were waiting at islands along the course, to sail alongside the "Freshies." Of these ships "Freshies" was the largest. During the first storm of monthly tests many Freshmen became sea sick and for several days afterward kept to their cabins. One night Captain Sharp issued orders to prepare the life boats. They were approaching the most danger- ous channels of the course-Semester Exams. For two days, the great ship tossed madly to and fro upon the wild waves, then it sailed onward into a calm sea. Captain Sharp's keen eyes, as he stood at the prow, saw land in the dis- tance. As the mists cleared the ship anchored at an island. Here a halt was called and four months were spent in vacation. The year that had begun in September 1928 had come to an end and the Freshmen had said farewell to one another at a party and were off for a good time on the island. In the fall of 1929, with Eleanor Mavity at the helm, the ship once more set sail. During the four months vaca- tion it had been repaired and now huge letters announced to the world in gen- eral, that this was the ship "Sopho- moresf' Page 12 III Miss Hartman and Mr. Tuley were in charge of the class and upon calling the roll it was found that a number had left the ship as Freshies. They were Zelma Duggins, Berniece Agans, Cather- ine Waggoner, Lota Apple, Dorothy Bledsoe, Imogene Hay, Ruth Hendrix, Michael Fair, Al Parker, John Saunders, Elbert Thornton, Wayne Wininger and Paul Tarr. A little sail boat with five people in it hailed the captain of the ship and a rope ladder was lowered. Lois Kaiser, Ma1'y Woolums, Gladys Summers, Mae Williams and Woodrow Atkins came aboard the ship to join the passengers. They related how they were abandoned on the islands of English Hi and Birds- eye Hi and had been sailing for weeks to catch the "Sophomores." Leaving the good times and the storms of the year before in their mem- ories only, the Sophomores now devoted themselves to their new duties and a number of them entered into athletics, oratory and music. lt seemed almost no time until an- other halt was called and the Sopho- mores hurried ashore for a good time for four months. September 1930 came and the olfl Sophomore Class was greeted by their former Captain, Samuel Sharp. A new ship was anchored at the pier and ori its side was the word "Juniors Miss Kirk and Mr. Pershing read tnc list of those who had left the Sopho- more group. They were Betty Light- ner, Olive Walls, Esther Cox, Velma Beaty, Ruth Hall, Beatrice Lytle, Gladys Summers, Paul Bennett and Dale Dish- ion. There were three new members added to the list, however-Glenn Leon- H El ell-in THE PLUTOCRAFT all--in ard, Harold Kinsey and Walter Evans. The Juniors went to work in earnest for they had much to do. Shortly after starting out upon the third lap of the journey three members of the Class of '32 decided to leave the Junior ship and go aboard that of the larger one named "Seniors '31". Cap- tain Sharp had a wireless sent out and the three, Evelyn Pruett, Russell Apple and Arthur Lockwood set out in a motor boat for the other vessel. The Juniors bade them farewell with much regret. The most important frolic of the year was the Juniors' reception for the Seniors on an island. lt was here the Juniors realized they were nearing their own goal and as they watched the great boat sail away they decided to fight harder than ever. Following another brief vacation ol' four months the remaining boys and girls of the large Freshman group came on board a ship with 'tSeniors '32" paint- ed in huge blue letters on a white back- ground. They found that Mabel Cook, Edith Osborn, Mary Stevens, Anna Eastridge, Lucille Dove, Gladys Juniper, Samuel Sharp, Elmer Brown, Ted Ballard, Clif- ford Lashbrook and Charles Lashbrook had left them for other ports. Paul Chilton and Herbert Bledsoe were new members of the class which was now sponsored by Mrs. Lashbrook and Mr. Messick, and the captain, Audra Flick. ln February of 1932, Lorabelle Camp- bell decided to leave the ship for married life. The last year was the happiest, yet the saddest of all the other years for thcie were many activities, but the last ones for the class of '32. With their work finished, the Senior Class of '32 stood at the railing of the ship and as it plowed through the water the voices of the Seniors came back over the waves with the words: "THE FU- TURE IS STILL OUR OWN," Class Will Vance Morgan and Glenn Leonard .We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-two, do make this our last will and testament as follows: To Mr. Singer and Mr. Pershing we leave the primary right to use our mor- tal remains for scientific work at any time they think necessary. To Mr. Crow and Mr. Chilton we leave the privilege of being official score keep- ers for all athletic contests in which F. L. H. S. is a participant. To Mr. Messick and Mrs. Lashbrook we leave the sole right of sponsoring the Senior 'Class of 1933-34. To Mr. McDonald we leave the privi- E 71 lege of speaking in convocation when- ever he desires to do so, and can find anything to say. To Mr. Ashby and Miss Luckett we leave the absolute right of leading songs in any and all so-called "Pep Sessions." To Superintendent Cooper we leave the privilege, if he so desires, to punish any Freshman he catches disobeying the rules as laid down by said Faculty. To Mrs. Claxton we leave the right to have charge of all educational, fiction, or otherwise books or magazines that may come into the school's possession during the next year. El Page 13 n -lm THE PLu'roCRA1f'r ui---lm Paul Chilton bequeaths to Pauline Case the sole right and 'privilege of address- ing Mr. Chilton as Charlie in 1933. Louise Kearby leaves to any Fresh- man girl, the permission of walking to and from school with Trever Pinnick. To Mary Jane Hancock, Audra Flick leaves the capacity for "mapping" all scholastic awards offered to the students of F. L. H. S. Edward McCarty leaves to Roger Harne.l the right and privilege of being called in on the so-called "Green Carpet" at least three 133 times a week. Glenn Leonard leaves to Herman De- Jernett the honor of being star back guard number 22 during the next basket- ball season. Beatrice Cox leaves to Mary June Cave the absolute right of dating any chain store manager at least once 113 al week. A Noral Crowder leaves to Harry Brown his small stature. Paul Bledsoe leaves to Thomas Roh- bins the job of Hbroncho bustin' " at the French Lick livery stables. Ruby Barnett wills to Georgia Ballard the ability to inspire all basketball boys to super-human playing. Gertrude McFarland wills to Miss Kirk her ability to giggle at any time she thinks it is fitting and propei', except on Sunday afternoons. Nina Hazel leaves to Kathryn Bled- soe her ability to be the world's most famous musician. Helen Briner leaves her ability to chew gum and eat candy in the office to Alice Fry. Pauline Mills wills to Mrs. Cawley her ability to refrain from laughing and talking, especially near rooms 7 and R. Paule Wiriinger leaves his ability as a dancer, comedian and entertainer, to Paul Goldman, 'providing Paul does not overuse this privilege. Lois Kaiser leaves her interests in oil and gasoline stocks to Berniece Ash. Woodrow Atkins wills to Estelle Ott Page 1-l III the following excuses for missing school: harvesting, butchering and high waters. These are not to be used more than five 153 days a week, however. To Frances Healy, Caroleen Denny leaves the absolute right of receiving in heart-shaped box of candy on Valentine Day only. Omer Corbett leaves to William Gaith- er his boisterous ways. To any girl not over eighteen 1183 years of age, who resides outside of In- dianapolis, Eleanor Mavity leaves her interests in golf. Berniece Bledsoe and Pauline Crow jointly leave to Helen Wilson their quiet dispositions. Charles Moery leaves to Leon Stevens his black curly hair, and all the advan- tages that go with it. Barnetta Armstrong leaves to Joyce Conrad her violin, and her ability on same. Warden Tabor leaves his ability to break training rules to Wayne Wilson. If Wayne is unable to attain the record set by Warden, Paul Pershing and Clyde Prow may be called upon to assist. Walter Evans bequeaths his musical talent to Darrell Pierce, providing Dar- rel consents to remain with the F. L. H. S. band for his entire four 143 years in high school. Paul Flick wills to Thomas Lewis his good behavior in all assemblies, es- pecially the fifth 155. Harold McDonald leaves to Glenn Bal- lard his unexcelled reputation as a track and basketball man, and also his right to take a hike out into the country at any time he takes a notion to do so. Lois Brown leaves to Mary Flick her seat in the Senior Assembly, namely seat number six 1Gl in row number one 111 and the rare collection of chewing gum which may be found underneath. Deloris Drabing bequeaths her Paoli dates to Edith Lane. Iva Hendrix wills to Frances Bundy a well thumbed English book, providing - E1 1:11--in THE PLUTOCRAFT uil m Frances does not cut more than one class a week. James Carnes wills to William Beaty Jr. his large feet and a very well worn pair of gym shoes to match. Sidney Sturm leaves to Elmer Euclid Thacker Jr. his quict disposition and laugh. Sarah L. Colglazier wishes to leave peroxide and a one-half C123 bottle of broken compact to Mary June Cave with the provision that Mary June will leave it to another dish-water blond when she graduates. Odessa Wagoner wills her class ring to any one who can obtain it from the present wearer before the first fl! of January, 1933. Paul Leonard leaves his bookkeeping ability to Leroy Mayfield. Mary Woolums leaves to any high school student her good standing as a scholar in F. L. H. S., providing they bear the name of "Cotton." Holbert Hendrix leaves his typing ability to Harold Kinsey with the hope of seeing Harold set a few typing records of his own. Herbert Bledsoe wills to Forest Hob- son his job at a filling station between French Lick and West Baden. Katherine Flick wills the strenuous exercise she obtains in Physical Educa- tion class to Gwendolyn Pace. Kathryn Holiday wills her privilege to answer "I don't know" to all questions asked by Miss Kirk, to Lester Stempiy. Anna Lois Robbins wills her desire to reside in a parsonage to Dorothy Gruber. Margaret Thacker wills her favorite grade of sixty-six and two-thirds to Mary Etta Simmons to be used in French class, only. Glenn Putnam bequeaths his ability as a feature "headline writer" to any sophomore who desires such a journalis- tic career. Esther Stemply wills a cello, to be used in the F. L. H. S. orchestra to Priscilla Burch, providing Priscilla learns to play it as well as Esther did. Mae Williams leaves her interests in the live stock market to Audrey Wagoner if Audrey doesn't change her mind be- fore then. Dorothy Stultz bequeaths her job as "soda-slinger" to anyone who can and will fulfill the requirements. ' Lillian Lashbrook leaves her ability to refrain from growing to Opal McDon- ald. Vance Morgan bequeaths his title of "Mayor" to Gerald Ritter. Signed, sealed, published and declared by the Senior Class and in their presence have hereunto subscribed their names as witnesses on this 22nd day of April, 1932. S. E. Cooper Witnesses: Hazel M. Lashbrook A. I. Messick Senior Honor Roll fAverage 316 yearsj Audra Flick ................,. Nina Hazel ........ Eleanor Mavity ........ ..........94.7 ..........94.2 Helen Brmer ..................... ......... 9 2.8 Gertrude McFarland Margaret Thacker ..... Deloris Drabing ........ Paul Chilton ..........,..... Anna Lois Robbins Barnetta Armstrong ICJ .........92.4 ........9l.34 .........9l.3 ........90.56 ........90.5 ........89.1 EI Page 15 u -i-in THE PLU'rocRAF'r u--lTbu Class Poem Margaret Thacker and Glenn Putnam In every teacher's class-book You will plainly see The names of all our classmates Written aphabetically. We'll choose one at random From which to tell this tale. Here's one tagged "Lashbrook", Now, our 'pen will sail. The facts related here, You all will understand Are told without a thought Of meanness or spiteful brand. So with faith undying We begin to write this poem Of the traits of our classmates In the school that was their home Barnetta is a lady Wherever she may go And if you don't believe me She'll surely tell you so. Then there's Woodrow Atkins, "Woody" to you all, Known by his merry smile And ever cheerful call. Then we come to Ruby Who's only troubled sigh Is caused by keeping secrets From Singer's prying eye. Berniece Bledsoe is the next A blonde and friendly lass Who does her bit in school work By adding the jest to the class. Page lo El Now here is Helen Briner Of this class of '32, She's always out to do her best, We know she'1l be true blue. Lois Brown is a timid girl Whom we all know quite well "Still waters run deep" So her thoughts we cannot tell. Another of our members Is James Carnes of fiaxen hair, Who quietly does his work Without any noise or Hare. Paul Chilton is our new member Who's personality has won For him a popularity That is envied by everyone. Sally Colglazier is the girl With a jaw-breaker name Who is liked by all her class And teachers just the same. Then we come to Omer Corbett Who never makes much fuss But toils along unceasingly And ranks with the best of us. Next comes Noral Crowder The youngest of our class And when his brain starts workin We're bound to say, "He'll pass." Pauline Crowe comes next Her brother was our teacher Though she's very distant Berniece seems to reach her. El--l--1-III THE PLUTOCRAFT all-lu Our dark haired cartoonist Is none but Herbert B. His Valentine drawings We wish you all could see. John Paul, the tallest boy ls never impolite But never lets his Edith Get far out of his sight. Deloris Drabing, too, is there And written in the book. She has a smiling, friendly way And a very cheerful look. There's Walter Perry Evans Who's sad as you can bet When he misses the right note On his crooning old cornet. Audra Flick, our president Leads us in our flight. She's the pilot of our ship And she fights with all her might. Katherine Flick is sweet and plump She knows her English to a tee. And in other studies is mighty quick And liked by you and me. Paul Flick, another Senior ls never very rude But takes a girl out riding Whom we all call "Gertrude" Nina Hazel, a brunette miss With eyes of smiling blue Is our school pianist And another real pal, too. Holbert Hendrix, another fellow Is too, one of our gangg When the teachers assign lessons He is off with a bang. Iva Hendrix in bookkeeping class They say is quite a student But in spite of all this praise Iva will still be prudent. ' El Kathryn Holiday is the name She has a very pleasant smile. Now listen to what we say She's full of pep all the while. Lois Kaiser admires Lloyd Ash But we're not supposed to tell. lt's also visa versag As you all know quite well. Our stately Louise Kearby ls a dignified Senior girl, Who combs and combs with all her might But can't make her hair uncurl. Beatrice Cox is still with us Though we feared we'd lose her often Every time she sees her friend We're afraid her heart will soften. Carrie Denny is a Senior Who never makes much noise, But quietly calculates How to lead the girls and boys Lillian Lashbrook, our petite miss ls the smallest in the class Unless she flirts too much lt's sure that she will pass. Glenn Leonard's the red-haired boy Who certainly knows his French He plays on the basketball team And seldom sits on the bench. One boy by being absent On "test day," has won fame. He's well known 'by all of you Paul Leonard is his name. Charles Moery as a rule Never runs around with boys. ln school, the quietest lad, Seldom makes a bit of noise. Vance Morgan goes to Prospect To see the rising waterg But a little bird has told us That it's Mr. Wilson's daughter. EI Page 17 X x K. as . L I -P 6125 1 , . 'LHB' - 'Fr I " Vx! " r J ,' 6 I 'jl' . u ' I' . . L 1 N Bl. i' 3 I ' . 9 . -,u ll -an ' , K ,,, u lu THE PLUTQCRAFT 1:1--1 We also have Elly Mavity The Seniors' petite coquette, Who has the most winning smile That most of the boys have met. Next on the list is Ed McCarty Our second team's tall center. He easily dodges the green carpet With Messick as his mentor. Our tenor, Harold McDonald, Is said to be so handsomeg But why should he care- Nita Wilson asks no ransom. We then come to McFarland As "Gertie", she is hailedg For one of our many t'Flicks" We fear her heart has failed. A dark eyed quiet miss ls none but Pauline Mills She doesn't flirt with the boys Nor wear any silly frills. The next on the list is "Putnam"g "Glenn" we call him here- A shiek in small boys' clothing But full of pep and cheer. Anna Lois is our secretary A sweet and winsome lassg Who has been a willing helper And a friend to all her class. Margie Thacker, an old school mate, Never in her life has stayed out lateg "She's a funny girl" says Mr. Fate Can't figure why she will not date. Though he is always quiet He does not lack appealg And when Mert works seriously His efforts turn out real. There's a boy with flashing teeth And a quiet winning wayg t'Who'I" we ask of all the girls. "Sid Sturm," is what they say. Esther Stemply has curly hair And also has a chumg They're always seen together No matter what may come. Dorothy Stultz with blond hair And eyes of pale, pale blue, Has lured many farmer boys, Do not let her lure you. The honorable Miss Wagoner ls our editor-in-chief, Who's worked hard on this paper And checked it leaf by leaf. We fear that Mary Woolums Was lured by Oakland City's charms But she will return to graduate With her friends of town and farm Mae Williams with the big blue eyes And a very pretty smile Prepares her lessons willingly And does the things worth while. Paule Wininger, our yell leader, With worries now is laden For his petite "blonde belle" Has moved from dear West Baden. We've enjoyed these four short years ln dear old French Lick Highg To all her joys and sorrows We will have to say "Good-bye." Page 18 El El- -l-'III THE PLUTOCRAFT m -lm Senior Programs Senior Convocation February 10, 1932 Program How Do You Do .......... Harold McDonald, Paul Chilton, Barnetta Armstrong. Deloris Drabing. Tucky Home .........A...,,,.... Senior Orchestra Piano Duet ,... Nina Hazel, Eleanor Mavity Let Me Call You Sweetheart and School Day Sweetheart ,,., Vance Morgan, Harold McDonald, Glenn Putnam, Paul Chilton. Dance ....,.,, Helen Briner, Paule Wininger Falling In Love Again Barnetta Armstrong, Deloris Drab- ing, Paul Chilton, Harold McDonald. April Showers ........ Senior Orchestra and Harold McDonald Class Day Progranz April 22, 1932 Music ..........i,.,..,,....,..,,,...,.. Senior Orchestra Salutatory '.,.. ..,.,., ,..........., W a rden Tabor "School Days" ....,......,,...,..... Boys' Sextette Class History ....,,.....,... Anna Lois Robbins Class Songs. Freshman Representative. Class Poem .,...,.......... Barnetta Armstrong Sophomore Representative. "The World is Waiting for the Sunrise" ...i...... Girls' Double Quartette Junior Representative. Class Prophecy .... Class Song. Class Will ......... Valedictory ..... . Class Song. Farewell Address ,...,...... Music , ..,..,.,..4...,, , ..,. El .....Vance Morgan ....Glenn Leonard ,.,. .Audra Flicl-1 ...Eleanor Mavity Senior Orchestra Baccalaureate High School Auditorium April 24, 7:30 P. M. Processional ,.,,.......,...........,..,,.,... Orchestra Triumphant March from Aida-Verdi Hymn ,,.,..,.,,....,.............,..... ..,. C ongregation All Hail the Power Invocation and Scripture ,.,. Rev. Meredith Selection .......,,., ,,......... H igh School Chorus Night Fall Baccalaureate Sermon .......,...... Rev. Drasli Hymn ....,........... .................. C ongregation Now the Day is Over Benediction... ..,.,..........,..,.,,....., Rev. Byrum Graduation Exercises High School Auditorium April 26, 8:00 P. M. Processional ............,..................... Orchestra Pomp and Circumstance March 1-Elgar Invocation ..,........,............,........ Rev. Byrum Selection .,..,.,.......,,....... High School Chorus Summer Winds Blow Salutatory .............................. Warden Tabor Selection .....,................. High School Chorus Forget-Me-Not Address ......................... G. Bromley Oxnam President, DePauw University Valedictory .................... ............ A iudra Flick Announcement of Awards Principal A. I. Messick Presentation of Diplomas Superintendent S. E. Cooper Benediction ..........,.................. Rev. Meredith Recessional ........................... ..,..... ' Orchestra Metropolitan Life March-Ascher El Page 19 in---lm THE PLUTOCRAFT U-iilu Senior Play-"Peg 0' My H eart" By Helen Briner "Peg O' My Heart", a three-act com- edy, was chosen by Miss Luckette and Mr. Ashby for the Senior play which was presented April S, in the high school gymnasium. The following cast was chosen: Mrs. Chichester .,..,.,.,. ..,..,.., N ina Hazel Alaric, her son ...,......,......... Vance Morgan Ethel, her daughter .......... Deloiis Drabing Montgomery Hawkes ........,.. Walter Evans Christian Brent .................... Glenn Putnam Footman f.IarvisJ ,...,, ...,... W arden Tabor Maid qliennettl .....,. .....,,., E leanor Mavity ..........Paul Chilton .Helen Briner "Jerry" .l.,............,.... "Peg" ......,...............,..... .....,.,.,. Mrs. Chichester, an English matron, and her two children, find that their bank has gone under and that they are penniless. Mr. Hawkes, an executor of Mrs. Chichester's late brother's estate, reads them the will that gives one thousand pounds a year to whoever shall take the responsibility of rearing their cousin, Margaret, who lives in New York with her father. Margaret's mother married an Irish- man by the name of O'Connell, thereby ruining her own life in the eyes of her family and leaving a blot on the old and respectable name of Kingsnorth. At first Mrs. Chichester emphatically declines to be bothered with her, but realizing their financial condition, rr-- luctantly consents to try to keep her niece for a month. "Peg," who says she will not go by the name of Margaret, arrives from New York and proves to be as impossible as they had imagined her to be. Even Bennett and Jarvis, the servants, find her to be a trial. Page 20 El Christian Brent, a married man who is making love to Ethel, can make no head- way with "Peg" On one occasion he is boxed on the ears for his unwanted attention. "Jerry," a friend and schoolmate of Alaric, falls in love with "Peg" at first sight. He is completely carried away by her charming ways and quaint Irish brogue. Ethel attempts to elope with Brent and only by "Peg's" efforts, is stopped. The two girls are caught and the little New York cousin takes all the blame for the disturbance. Finally the month ends and "Peg" re- fuses to stay with the Chichester's any longer. "Jerry", who is also an executor of Nathaniel Kingsnorth's estate, tries to persuade her to accept the home of her aunt and tells her she will receive five thousand pounds a year of her own when she is twenty-one. Alaric proposes to "Peg" in hopes of saving the family fortune, but she says she would much rather have her dog, Michael. Mr. Hawkes also asks her to marry him and again she refuses. She has made up her mind that she does not like Englishmen and has planned to go back to her father when "Jerry" pro- poses. He is really Sir Jerald Adair and after "Peg" finds it out. she refuses him. As he is leaving, a storm comes up and "Peg", who is really afraid of them, goes into his arms. In answer to his repeated question, she says, "Sure, there's nothing half so sweet in life as love's young dream." L'nderstudies for the cast were: Bar- netta Armstrong, Harold McDonald and Kathryn Holiday. El 1:1--in THE PLUTOCRAFT n-----in Class Songs By Eleanor Mavity and Louise Kearby The Class of '32 Words by Nina A. Hazel 1Tune: Sweetheart of Sigmi Chij The Senior Class of French Lick High Will always be true blue. They'll do their best and they'll pass the test As the Class of '32. They'll fight for rank and they'll get it, too Before their work is done. When they graduate may they truly say That the fight was fought and won. Senior Loyalty Song iTune: Washington and Lee Swing! Four years of struggle, toil, then victory. Four years of laughter, joy. We're glad to be The members of this class of thirty-two. For her we'll light right on, we'll ever be true blue. To her we promise all fidelity, And to her blue and white pledge our loyalty. We'll wave our banners high-all foes defy. Here's to the Seniors of French Lick High. El Seniors' Farewell Song CTune: Poor Butterfly! And now our school days are almost over, But we will cherish them evermore. The weeks will pass into months, The months will pass into years, And as we smile through our tears We'll think of days of yore. We'll see the scenes that were once so familiar. We'll see the scenes that are still so dear And whatever we are, and whatever good we may do, We'll owe it all, dear old High, to you. The Parting Class Song The sad hour of parting is now drawing nigh, Soon we to each other must murmur good-bye, The sweet songs of gladness and gentle refrain, ln these halls of music may we hear again. Now while our glad voices are blended in song, We question if ever this bright, happy throng, Shall meet on life's border, for the fu- ture's our own, Or will we be vanquished and never more known. Now from our dear teachers, and class- mates so true, We part with a lingering and tender adieug And go forth to mingle in life's busy fray, With hope that our success may gladden the way. III Page 21 nl-in THE 1f1.U1oc:RAF'1' 1:--l--in Orchestra By Warden Tabor The High School Orchestra, which is under the direction of Paul W, Ashby, is made up of twenty-seven members. Under Mr. Ashby's direction the or- chestra has shown steady improvement and has played for several events dur- ing the school term. They furnished the music for the following events: Operetta, Convocation, Marquis the Magician, and helped in the music at the Washington Bicentennial celebration at Paoli. The orchestra and band together sponsored and gave the program Surprise Nite. lt is probable that the orchestra will 'play for the Baccalaureate and Commence- ment. The members of the orchestra and the instruments played are: Joyce Conrad .....,........................,.. lst Violin Mary Newton ...... Paul Goldman ......... Billie York .,....,,.... Earl Reynolds ....,, .........lst Violin ........2nd Violin ........2nd Violin ...,....2nd Violin Elvin Cox .,......,...,., Clarice Brown ,.i. ., Zoe Anna Burton .... .. Esther Stemply... William Beaty .,... Darrell Pierce ,,,,.. ...,,,,2nd Violin ,, ,,.,, 2I'lLl Vloliil ,,,...,.,.Double Bass .. .,..... E Flat Clarinet ,, .,.,.. B Flat Clarinet Duane Baxter ........ ...i.,... B Flat Clarinet Warden Tabor ,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,.,,.,. B Flat Clarinet Joan Tolivei '...,........,, C Melody Saxaphonc Helen Brinei ',,. .,.,, E Flat Alto Saxaphone Taggait Thomas, ..E Flat Alto Saxaphone Paul Pershing ,..,...,.....,.....,.,...,,... lst Cornet Aldis Robbins i...... ,,,,,,,,........,.. 1 st Cornet Walter Evans ,,... ....... 2 nd and 3rd Cornet Billie Walker ',.,.,, ........ 2 nd and 3rd Cornet Paul Bennett ,.,.,, ...,...,.. ,............,. T 1 'ombone Gene Baxter ',.,...,.,...,, .,.,,,......,.,...,. T rombone Lloyd George Drabing ........ ,.,.... B aritone Leslie Pershing ,...,.,........,.. ,,.ii.i,.i. T uba Ottillia Emmons .,.,.... Jean MacDonald ,........ Priscilla Burch ............ . , .,., Drums ..,....Drums ...,.,iDrums Kathryn Bledsoe ,.......,. ..,,...,. P iano Band By Walter Evans The band was organized in September under the leadership of Paul W. Ashby. It has played for all home basketball games, two pep sessions and at the Red Men and Odd Fellow lodges. The members and their various instru- ments are: Paul Pershing ....,.,,, ..,,.,,,,Solo Cornet Aldis Robbins ........, i.......,. S olo Comet Walter Evans ......... .................. 1 st Cornet Billie Walker .,,....,...............,.....,,,. lst Cornet Ruth Anna Ellis, ..........2nd and 3rd Corner Darrell Pierce .,,,,.,.,,.,.. lst B Flat Clarinet Duane Baxter .....Y...... 2nd B Flat Clarinet William Beaty iiii,........,...... E Flat Clarinet Joan Tolivei ',.,,.,,.. .,., C Melody Saxaphone Helen Briner ......,.,..,,..... E Alto Saxaphone Taggart Thomas ..,......, E Alto Saxaphone Gene Baxter ....,..... .................,,.. T rombonc Paul Bennett .........., Priscilla Burch .,.,,.,,. Ottillia Emmons ........ , Jean MacDonald Opal McDonald ..,.... Robert Deremiah ......,. 2nd and 3rd Warden Tabor .........,,. Pa ge Z2 El Cornet ...........Trombone ........Bass Drum ....,..Snare Drum .,....,.,....Cymbal .......,.Cymbal Leslie Pershing.. ,..........,..,. .............. T uba .lst B Flat Clarinet Lloyd George Drabing ........ ....... B aritone El Treasurer ...............,............,..., Paul Bennet' U---m THE PLUTOCRAFT in---l-ni Arenel Club The Arenel Club was organized on December 29, 1931, with an enrollment of twenty-four members. Qualifications of the club are: flj You must play one semester in band or orchestra for pro- visional membership. 121 You must play two semesters for full membership. To The members are: Prow, Warden Tabor, VVoodrow Atkins, Paul Bennett Paul Pershing Paul Goldman Aldis Robbins Billie Walker William Beaty Jr. Warden Tabor Darrell Pierce Duane Baxter Gene Baxter Leslie Pershing Walter Evans Robert Deremiah Taggart Thomas Kathryn Bledsoe Joyce Conrad Zoe Anna Burton Surprise cease playing in either the band or or- chestra means loss of membership. Officers elected for this year are: President ..,......,,........,........., ..... H elen Briner Vice President ........,,,...... William Beaty Jr. Reporter and Secretary..Kathryn Bledsoe Helen Briner Priscilla Burch Ottillia Emmons Esther Stemply Joan Toliver Ruth Anna Ellis Jean MacDonald Opal McDonald Nite By Odessa Wagoner "Surprise Nite" was held in the gym- nasium on Friday night, October 16. The program was directed by Mr. Paul W. Ashby. It consisted of six different parts with each one wholly different from the others. This varied program was built with the idea of appealing to every- one in some way or other. Following is a list of the various casts Spot 1-Orchestra and Band. Spot 2-"Some Wedding for Jeff"-- ldell Emmons, Deloris Drabing, Alice Fry, Rosalie York, Loretta Baugh, Frances Healy, Nina Hazel, Barnetta Armstrong, Opal McDonald, Eleanor Mavity, Joyce Conrad, Edith Lane, Helen Lane, Anna Lois Robbins, Mary E. Pierce, Jean MacDonald, Martha Dere- miah, Rosemary Ritter. Spot 3-"The Professor at Home"- Sara Jane Ryan, Helen Briner, Nina Hazel, Harold McDonald, Paul Chilton. Spot 4-"Mutt, the Marrying Squire" -Paul Chilton, Glenn Putnam, Clyde El Vance Morgan, Wayne Byrum, Harold Mc-Donald, Harold Mclver. Spot 5-"Medley"-Barnetta Arm- strong, Sara Jane Ryan, Edith Lane, Ailouine Lennon, Christine Hisgen. Spot G-"A Fantasy"-Helen Briner. Edith Lane, Sara Jane Ryan, Alice Fry. Beatrice Hawhee, Billie York, Deloris Drabing, Mary J. Cave, Margaret Prow, Eleanor Mavity, Nina Hazel. Spot 7-"Pure Fun"-Rosemary Ritter. "Tangled Tunes"-Paul Pershing, Aldis Robbins, Billie Walker, Eleanor Mavity. Spot 8-"E Pluribus Unum"-Carol Holiday, Dorothy Gruber, Louise Ram- sey, Alice Fry, Edith Lane, Barnetta Armstrong, Sarah Jane Ryan, Ottillia Emmons, Eleanor Mavity, Rosemary Ritter, Deloris Drabing, Martha B. Smith, Margaret Thacker Sarah L. Colglazier, Margaret Prow, Mary J. Cave, Laura J. Ellis, Odessa Wagoner, Audrey Wag- oner, Nina Hazel, Paul Pershing, Aldis Robbins. III Page 23 ci----1:1 'r H E P L U 'r o C R A FT 1:1---ci Glee Club Sarah L. Colglazier and Holbert Hendrix The Glee Club consists of fifty-four members and is one of the largest, if not the largest, in the history of the high school. All four classes are represented in the club and one credit is given for the year's work. The club was organ- ized during the second week of school and the following ofhcers were elected for the year: President .....,.....,,....... .,.,...,... W arden Tabor Vice President ....,,,,, ......,l E leanor Mavity Treasurer ....,.......... ,.,... ...... N i na Hazel Secretary ,..... ..,..,, H erbert Bledsoe Librarians .... ...... E dith Lane and Paul Pershing The club, under the supervision of Miss Luckette, has made several public appearances. The operetta, "Betty Lou" QThe Dream Girly, Paoli High School Convocation, Spring Festival, Commence- ment and Baccalaureate were among the most important events. A party was given Saturday night, December 19, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thacker. The guests amused themselves at games and singing. And then came the surprise, for who should come to the 'party but Santa Claus him- self and with presents for all. The Glee Club wishes to thank Mr. an l Mrs. Thacker for their gracious hospital- ity in giving their home for the party. Members: Sopranos: Barnetta Armstrong, Mary June Cave, Pauline Case, Sarah Louise Colglazier, Caroleen Denny, Alice Fry, Edith Lane, Helen Lane, Ethel Moore, Anna Marie Redman, Sara Jane Ryan. Esther Stemply, Odessa Wagoner. Tenor: Duane Baxter. Paul Bennett, Paul Goldman, Holbeift Hendrix, Lloyn Leonard, Harold McDonald, Vance Mor- gan, Paul Pershing, Trever Pinnick, Clyde Prow, Taggart Thomas, Paule Wininger. Altos: Georgia Ballard, Kathryn Blezl- soe, Helen Briner, Deloris Drabing, Laura Jane Ellis, Ottillia Emmons, Frances Healy, Beatrice Hawhee, Eleanor Mavity, Estelle Ott, Margaret Prow. Rosemary Ritter, Audrey Wagoner. Base: Woodrow Atkins, Coen Beaty, Fred Black, Herbert Bledsoe, Paul Chil- ton, Blanchard Cope, Claude Cox, Rich- ard Newton, Glenn Putnam, Warden Tabor, Elmer Thacker Jr., Hurschei Walters, Wayne Wilson. Nina Hazel, accompanist. "Betty Lou" Deloris Drabing and Harold McDonald During the first week of school, "Betty Lou" was chosen by the Glee Club as their annual operetta. As soon as possible Miss Luckette sponsored the try- outs and selected a suitable cast. Work began at once and until the last few weeks of the practice, no work was clone Page 2-L III outside the Glee Club period. The char- acters and chorus worked like Trojans and finally, on December 9, the operetta was presented. The Pendletons, a family who had just lost their wealth, were desperate for money. However, Mrs. Pendleton con- EI 1:l u THE PLUTOCRAFT gli-l-u tinued to run immense bills. Tony, her son, and Lola, his -wife, were determined to find some way out of the muddle. Mrs. Pendleton had been trying to find a millionaire to marry her daughter, Betty Lou, who became very disgusted and decided to do something about it. When she learned that her mother was bringing another prospective customer, a Mr. Worthington Brooks, Betty Lou, with the help of her friends, Bee, Bab. Joe and Jack, disguised as a child. As a result, everyone received a shock, and Mrs. Pendleton received a nervous head- ache. In the meantime, Tony brought his chum from training camp to the Pendle- ton home. Robert Sherwood, the guest, who was a very shy lad, had fallen in love with Betty Lou's picture. He was ignorant of the fact that the present "Little Miss Peter Pan" was Betty Lou. Nevertheless he kept his love a secrez. During the days of his visit, he rode Miss Peter Pan on his back, played with her, and helped her cut out paper dolls. Mrs. Pendleton decided to entertain her guests with a masquerade. The party proved to be a success until Mr. Brooks and Annie, the maid, his former accomplice, entered the room where Betty Lou was sitting, unseen, alone with her thoughts, and attempted to rob a Chinese lacquer cabinet that was suppos- ed to contain hidden jewels. Unknown to them, it had two secret drawers instead of only one. While they were examin- ing the cabinet, three masked men en- tered the room. Annie saw them and screamed, causing a scuHile which was preceded by the turning out of the lights. In a moment the lights came back on and Betty Lou, dressed in an evening gown, was kneeling in her chair, holding a revolver. One by one she had them III unmask. The first was Brooks. Betty Lou had suspected him but knowing that he was in love with Annie, sentenced him to life-on a Jersey farm, with Annie as his keeper. She sentenced Annie to send her some radishes from her farm. Then she had another of' the intruders unmask. He was a stranger and stated that he, Mr. Lane, had a mania for antiques and had come to be 'sure that the cabinet was the one for which he was searching. Betty Lou sentenced him to buy the cabinet for a large sum of money. He then left and Betty Lou was alone with the remaining intruder. Instead of compelling him to unmask and receive the sentence, she said, "Your sentence is-kiss me." The man remov- ed his mask, revealing Bob Sherwood. When asked how she knew him, she said, "By your chin." They expressed their love for each other, but Sherwood said that they could not marry because he had no money. Betty Lou then present- ed a deed which she had found in the cabinet. It gave the Railroad Company permission to build a railway through some adjoining territory. This would give the Pendletons a lifetime supply of money. Bob and Betty Lou were hap- pily married and Mrs. Pendleton was at last satisfied. The cast: Betty Lou ....,,,...... Bob Sherwood ........ ,Frances Healy ...........Clyde Prow Mrs. Pendleton ...,,,. ,.,,,,,,, G eorgia Ballard Tony ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ....,...Paul Pershing Lola .......... ....... ....... ...... M a 1 'garet Prow Annie .,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, Worthington Brooks ...... Bee ..........,,,.,..,,....,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,, Bab ......... Joe ......, Jack ,.............. Mr. Lane ,,...,.. ,......,..,Edith Lane .Harold McDonald .Mary June Cave .......Deloris Drabing .......Glenn Putnam ,....,.Vance Morgan .........Ward Tabor III Page 25 u--1:1 THE P1,U'ro CRAFT in--1----in Ess and Jay Club By Pauline Crowe and Helen Briner The and Jay Club was organized last year by the Junior and Senior girls. The purpose of this club was to obtain money to purchase an electric score board. Last year the club gave a vaudeville act and show at the Dream Theatre and sold candy at two of the basketball games. Proceeds of the vaudeville amounted to approximately 353300. This year the Ess and Jay Club was reorganized by the present Seniors and Juniors. Miss Luckette and Mrs. Lash- brook are the faculty sponsors. The club girls sold candy at all the home basketball games and made a profit of 32900. Next year the club plans to buy a tarpaulin for the fioor of the gymna- sium to be used during plays and school exhibitions. Debating By Audra Flick and Noral Crowder The question for discussion this year is "Resolved, that capital punishment should be abolished." The following students enrolled for membership in the debating teams: Noral Crowder, Audra Flick, Ruth Pin- nick, Genefern Newland, Coen Beaty, Ruth Flick, Joyce Conrad, Clara Louise Leonard, Paul Goldman and Evelyn Crowder. The ten who enrolled are divided into two pair of opposing teams as follows: Afiirmative: Clara Louise Leonard, Genefern Newlin, Joyce Conrad, vs. negative: Audra Flick, Paul Goldman, Noral Crowder, Affirmative: Coen Beaty, Ruth Flick vs. negative: Evelyn Crowder, Ruth Pin- nick. The first series of debates occurred in convocation during the last week in March. Each debator gave a five-minute speech. The purpose of this first series was to select the four best speakers. These four students will probably ap- pear before the public at a later date. All ten who enrolled, however, will be given a letter "F" if they display a sin- cere interest and measure up to the standard in their efforts. There are only two of our debators who are Seniors, Noral Crowder and Audra Flick. The remaining eight are Juniors and Sophomores. These are expected to provide French Lick High School with an experienced group of letter students for this sort of work next year. Horseshoe Hints and Tennis Tilts - The horse shoe team of French Lick High School, consisting of Edward Mcf Ca1'ty, a senior, and Vivian Mason, a freshman, met the Paoli horse shoe pair at the pitching posts in the City Park, on October 3, to determine the winners of Orange County. Three games were played between the Paoli and French Lick teams. The form- er received the title, winning all three games. Page Zo III We are proud of Barnetta Armstrong, Eleanor Mavity, Vance Morgan and Glenn Putnam, the tennis foursome of French Lick High School, and the Orange County tennis champions of 1931. On Saturday morning, October 3, they met the Paoli High School tennis squad in the French Lick City Park and won the title of county champions. This quartet was awarded "Fs" by Mr. Messick in appreciation of their efforts. - E1 U D THE PLLTTOCRAFT nil- Glenn Ballard Coen Beaty Jesse Breeden Pearl Byers Joyce Conrad Blanchard Cope Claude Cox Jessie Crowder Jessie Lee Cummings Ottillia Emmons Genevieve Ervin Mary Flick Ruth Flick Alice Fry William Gaither Georgia Ballard Duane Baxter Frances Bennett Paul Bennett William Beaty Jr. Kathryn Bledsoe Zoe Anna Burton Ishmael Burton Grace Burton Pauline Case Mary J. Cave Ermel Corbett Dorothy Conrad Elsie Mae Cox Ethel Fay Cox Evelyn Crowder Jesse Crecelius Amanda Deel Ferne Dove Helen Elledge Opal Flick Russel Flick Noble Flick EI UNDER CLASSES JUNIORS Clair Louise Harrison Basil Holland Edith Lane Helen Lane Jack Lashbrook Lloyd Leonard Leroy Mayfield James McCampbell Ethel Moore Genefern Newland Estelle Ott Gwendolyn Pace Paul Pershing' Dorotha Pinnick Ruth Pinnick Trevor Pinnick SOPHUMORES Barbara E. Flick Ruth Gollaway Paul Goldman Jane Hancock Beatrice Hawhee Mayme Hendrix Forrest Hobson Letha Hobson Esther Holiday Russel Hollen Margaret Kellams Pauline Kendall Charlene Kerby Clara L. Leonard James Leonard Thomas A. Lewis Fred Lomax Ralph Meixner Grace Marshall Marie McCarty Harold Mclver Cecil Mills lferne Moore Pauline Pitcher Claribel Porter Clyde Prow Dessie Reynolds Gerald Ritter Rosemary Ritter Aldis Robbins Thomas Robbins Sara Jane Ryan Mary Etta Simmons Lester Stemply Hurschel Walters Paul Weidman Rex Wilson Wayne NVilson George B. Morgenroth Lucille Newlin Richard Newton Robert Noble Harold Owen Dorothy M. Pinnick Margaret E. Prow Elsie Qualkenbush Anna Marie Redman Louie Roach Glendale Seals Cathryn Smith Norman Stevens Claud Taylor Elmer Thacker Jr. Taggart Thomas Roscoe Thurston Dwight Tucker Audrey Wagoner Billie Walker Opal Walters Ruth Williams Jerome Wright III Page 77 El-- El THE PLU'l'OCRAF'l' Amos Atkins Bernice Ash Virginia Allstott Helen Abel Frances Bundy Doris Bundy Mildred Burton Charles Bledsoe Jewell Bledsoe Sammie Bledsoe Dale Breeden Keith Brown Clair Brown Cla1'ice A. Brown Frank Barnett Wayne Byrum Priscilla Burch Alva Cox Lynn Crowe Elvin Cox Elbert Crowder Martha Crook Eugene Cox Calvin Cope Billie Cox Edith Case Emma Deremiah Paul Deremiah FRESHMEN James Dixon Herman DeJernett Dallie Deich Russel Flick Grace Flick lrene Ferguson Orris Ferguson Juna Flick Edith Gollaway Geneva Hicks Roger Harned Eva Marie Henson Frances Healy Avis Jones Adrian Jones Lois Kendall Cecil Kellams Roy Kaiser Charles Kaiser Edward Lashbrook Urban Lorey Louis Lankford Elmer Lane Winston Lashbrook Vivian Mason Gay Mills Nelson McFarland Opal McDonald 1:1- --1:1 Dorotha Morgan Earl Moore Dale McDonald Harold Maine Charles Miller Mary Newton Frances Newton Esther Ott Darrell Pierce Edna E. Parks Albert Qualkenbush Paul Qualkenbush George Rose Arthur Ellis Robbins Rose Rainey Lois Roach Harry Robbins Earl Reynolds Chester Swayzee Caryl Smith Lee Smith Charles Stemply Charles Thurston Mary Tucker Provie Wininger Orville Williams Helen Wilson Billie York "F" Club Barnetta Armstrong and Paul Chilton The election of oiiicers for the second year of the "F" Club was held April 1, 1931. The following were elected: President ,.,,.....,...,.....,..,................ Clyde Prow Vice President ,.,.,..,i.......,...... Warden Tabor Secretary and Treasurer ..,. Paul Pershing Sergeant-at-arms .......... Harold McDonald Reporter '.,, ..........,................ P aule Wininger On November 18, 1931. a meeting of the "F" Club was held for the purpose of voting in eligible members. Those voted in at this meeting were Jerome Pa ge 28 EI Wright, Vance Morgan, Eleanor Mavity, Barnetta Armstrong, Glenn Putnam, Darrell Pierce, Willia.m Gaither, Frances Healy and Vivian Mason. Helen Wilson and Paul Chilton came in 'later in the year. During the school year 1931 and 1932, the HF" Club entertained twice at con- vocation and gave one "Friendship" party. There are fifty-two members of the club, and four honorary members. - III u--ll-n THE PLUTOCRAFT u---in Athletics Paule Wininger and Sidney Sturm Plutos Take Sectional The Pluto City Lads, for the first time in the history of our high school, won the annual Sectional Tournament, held at the Paoli High School gymnasium on Friday and Saturday, March 4 and 5. Our first attack was Pekin, Whom we played anl defeated in the friday even- ing session, by a score of 27-12. Our next foe on the tournament card was on Saturday afternoon at two 0'- clock when we met Hardinsburg, who had defeated Monroe Township in the morning game. French Lick came out on top in this battle when the gun was fired, the score standing 26-12. Last, but by all means not the least game of the tourney, was the final game between French Lick and Orleans, which E1 was to name the Sectional champions for 1932. A gymnasium full of enthusias- tic fans came to witness the final game. The Pluto City Lads led throughout the entire game, with the exception of one instance when the Orleans Bulldogs gained a three-point lead on the local basketeers. This did not worry nor dis- courage the squad. They fought just that much harder until the three explo- sions from the "gun of victory," .pro- claimed the Pluto City Lads Winners of the 1932 Sectional tournament. The score was 23-18. In the Regional at Bedford on Satur- day, March 12, they met Seymour as their first foe and were defeated, 36-23. E! Page 29 U-- m THE PLU 'roCRA1f'r nil-in PLUTO SCHEDULE PLUTO SCHEDULE for for 1931 -71932 1932 -F1933 Date Team Place F.L. Opp. Date Team Place Oct. 304Stendal ,,1, .,......... H 14 30 October 28iMitchell .... .... . .. ,,,, There Nov. 6-Odon .,,.,..... ........., H 18 11 November 4-Odon ,.... ,..,.,... .,.,..... T h ere Nov. 13-Corydon ,..,........ H 32 15 November 11-Stendal ...,..,,.1..11.....,,... Her? Nov. 20-Winslow .....,...... T 10 26 November 18-West Baden .....1.,1..,11 There Nov. 25-Orleans .......,.,...., T 15 18 November 23-Orleansm ,.,,,,.,..,,,,, ,,,,, H ere Dec. 4-Huntingburg ......., H 14 24 November 25-Ben Davis flndpls.J..Here Dec. 11-Jasper ......,........,. T 20 22 December 2-Huntingburg ...,,...,,,...., There Dec. 18-ePaoli .. .... .,.,., . ,H 20 25 December 9-Jasper ........, ...,. ...,,., H e re Dec. 23fOolitic. ...........,. .H 51 33 December 16-Open. Jan. 1-Smithville ......,..... H 28 24 December 23vPaoli ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, There Jan. H-Lostoka Tour. .,.. H'bg. H'bg, January G-Austin ,,,,. ,,....,,,, .,..,,..,,.... T l iere Jan. 15-Austin .,., ..,.....,... H 45 15 January 14-Lostoka Tourney .......... Here Jan. 16-Oolitic ,,.........1.1,,.. T 16 21 January 20-Brownstown ,.,,11...,..,,....., Here Jan. 22--4Brownstown ...... T 16 40 January 21-Oolitic .1,,..,.1.,.11, ...11,,,,,,,, T here Jan. 30-Co. Tourney ....., W.B. Paoli January 28-County Tourney ',,a,.. . ..,, Paoli Feb. 5-Marengo .r......,..,.r. H 21 15-1 February 3-West Baden ,...,,,r..,,,,,,.,,, Here Feb. 12-Switz City .........., T 13 31 February 4-Center Grove ....,r. ,,,...r H ere Feb. 13-Bloomfield .......,,. T 15 23 February 10-Switz City ...... ,....,. H ere Feb. 19-Orleans ............,. H 14 18 February 17-Orleans ......... ,...,.,.. T here Mar. 4, 5-Sectional ........ Paoli F. Lick February 24-Oolitic .....,... .r.r Here Basketball When the nrst call was made in Octo- the two big victories of the season- ber by Coach D. V. Singer for partici- pants for basketball, there were forty- nine at the meeting. From this group Mr. Singer selected twenty whom he con- sidered the best. The first and the sec- ond teams were organized and put at once into training for the first attack of the season-Stendal. The Pluto Lads were somewhat un- lucky in their first game, for they were defeated by the Stendalites. Then came Odon and Corydon. These were the out- standing games of the season. Since these two victories, however, the Red Devils have been unfortunate for they have lost the majority of games played. It is interesting to note that out of the players who 'participated in basket- ball, ten of them were Seniors. Glenn Putnam and Paul Bledsoe, however, dropped out after the first few weeks. Baseball Bats The baseball bug has been in our high school for the past two years and has aroused much interest since its entrance. This year's team included: Warden Ta- bor, Harold McDonald, Woodrow Atkins, Paul Chilton, Edward McCarty, Glenn Leonard, Seniors, William Gaither, Paul Pershing, Clyde Prow and Woodrow Page .W El Byers, Juniorsg Orville Williams and Roy Kaiser, Freshmen. Late in September they competed against the Paoli and Orleans baseball teams, losing twice to Orleans and once to Paoli. They defeated Paoli once on the local Taggart diamond. The baseball season closed in October. - El 1: THE PLUTQCRAFT U E .f4:1f.i1,1 11.11 ylly 1m-H111 v11v 1 vy1v 11.:i1i1 viwy 1 nvr- 11,1 zl' 11 rvwl 1 wfnr 1 .11. 1ui-m1- v-v'1:1-120 l l T HANCOCK'S DRUG STORE 1 and CITY DRUG STORE l .i...- .... ----- . ,-..i--,m- T... -,ii- .... - T... - T... - ..,. -..i- ,.,. - T... -.. ----- T..-03. .. ..,, ... .. K... -m.-u1.- KT.1 - ,.., - 1.lT - .l.. -. --,-- Kixy -ni. .g...-,i.- ,... - ..,. - .K,. - .,.. .. T... - ..., .. .,,, - yy., -H..-H..-1...-wg. 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I-Ilsg-en Dishiqjn 81 Maill Groceries and Meats BARBER sHoP Phone 91 1 i I I - "f- -- f"i - "'i - '-" - "" - "" - "f' - "" - 1"' -'- iii' -H-E' hifi- "" ---f ----- ----M-wi' vim- Ilif --------- -ffl - vfll - vllv - 'II' - IIII - ' H -------1 vvil - Ns A Phone 104 : W. G. HOFFMAN I Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating 1 Indiana Avenue French Lick, Ind. vi'n1nlx-ml-HI--"H1Il'1 lllllTi7TTi llll'1'lllTllll1llIIllIllTllllllllllllllvH+ EI Page 31 m THE 1f1.U'roc:RA1f'1' m--l R' 1,,,1 1 ,,,, 1 ,,,, 1 ,,,, 1 ,,,, 1 ,,,, 1 ,,,, 1,-,,,,1 ,,,, 1 1, ?n1Y,1m1 ,,,, 1 ,1 1,,1,,,11,,,,1,,1,1 l ! 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Ritter Sz Son Furniture and Undertaking W1 1 1rm..111.1w1.m-1m-m.- 1 :- I1L32IJ III 1' EI THE PLUTOCRAFT El Popcorn-Peanuts at Marshall's French Lick News Agency 1nu1nu1.m1m.1fm1-m11m1fm1m.1.m1m.1n ..,...1....1w.1,H...lnu1n.i1m.1nn11m1. 1m11n Quality Bread, Cakes, Pies, Pastries "Service with a Smile" City Bakery Phone 81 - ,-. - ...,......,......-....- .. -,,.-.,,,-...g. -..----..----,...-H Congratulations to tl1e Seniors Mae Campbell Beauty Shop 1 111 1.1 1 1... 1 1 11m-u 1.11 1 1 1 1 1 1,1:-..un- When in Paoli, call on Hoke 8a Williams for Gas. Oil and Repair Work 111111. y,1..I,.-111111111 Gass Taxi Phone 8 l1.m111111.1111 ....,m111111111.. Toney's Motor Shop General Auto Repairing and Used Cars for Sale u1u.l1i1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .fm-.HH1 11.1.11 1 1 ..m1vm1 1 1 Cleaning - Pressing Tailoring Roy Seneff "We Return Everything But the Dirt" 1m.1 1 1mn1nu1nn1nu1nu1 1 1 ..1m.1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 Gresham Bros. Co "If it's new- We have it" III P1543 31 ml----l E1 T H E P L U T U C R A F 'l' lII - Nw- -llw -T ------- 'l'1 - ,- - wlf- - "-' - III' - "- - 1'- -------- 1-- - I -gl l I i Congratulations, S z Seniors : e I 1 THE FRENCH LICK STATE BANK 1 I qw- --T' --'-H ---- r-r- -'r- T1-' -'f-r'--r- -H- - ---1--- T-H-H+ 40,1 .,,. .. 1 1 ,-. - 1-,.-1 1 1 -1- Irrw -ui, jen- 1 1- 1 112-111 1..- 1 1 ..- 5 , L I Harry S Better Sodas, I Sodas Candies, Sandwiclzes A I : Ice Cream 2 I : l 5 - Toasted Sandwiches Hubert,S Y Y 2 Paoli, Ind. I NN est Baden, Ind. I 2 l sn- K..o -M-n- ort- - oot. - .T-, - ,--T - --VT - VVTT --r- - T1-T -ni -i-.,- ,-,, -.-,rr-New ---l--- 2- T-- 'f'r'- "" ---- T T-' ---- ' " - "" -"!' TH- TT" - - -'- '-T'-'-'-'- T-' T 5 i C. E. Pierce Mlller-Lmgle - Q I Motor Co. i Dentist ' Q T NVells Avenue 5 I E , French Lick, Ind. F,-em-h Lick' Ind. 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Lumber Colnpally 2 -Fm------mm .,., h.,h ..., .L.h --mM---,mwmMWl .,h. , , 1 1 i T T 2111114112 1.1,-1.1ll,il1y1ilu41m1,im1m,14.,,1.m..m,-.lm,Hui,gg L Davis Transfer The Sanitary Cafe L CUnder New Managementj Local and Long sodas Distance ShOl't 0l'ClCl'S T Regular Meals ' Phone 97 Chicken Dinners Toasted Sandwiches T T i '1 l l ' ' T 'HT' Tlll""" illlll'IHYllllllilllVllI"41IliIlll'1 llllll'l'lll - - - - - - - -l - -'fH- H---H- - - - - - - - - -H-V-1--ig 1 l Congratulations, Collins Apparel Seniors Shoppe I Ed. Plummer CLadies' weary l i 1:11.-1....111mx1n , ,,-....- - - - - - - .. ... -,,.,-,...-Mi. El Page 35 u i El EI 'I' H E P I. U 'ITU C R A I" 'I' III- lII ,Ig,1mI1Im11m1un11m1Im1mIn1.nn1uu1m,1,,,,1,,,,1,,,,1m.14m1H,,1,,,,1W,1m1.ym11m1w41ml1I .iq Congratulations to Seniors, Student Body and l Faculty of French Lick High . THREE POINT GARAGE i 24-Hour Service Prospect, Ind. 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STORE I "Better Quality at Lower Prices" i Frank Reynolds, Manager , I -1-- II1' ------- -III - I - -III - I--' - II-I - --II - ---- -- III- ------- I I-if I 1 L 31 E1 ml1u11..1111.11111111111111 E1-1-1:1 TH1-3 PLU'roCRfxF'r m--l-- 11m..ml1,,,,1m.1.m1m.1vm1un1nn-nu-nn-nuinn11m1un1m...uu1uu...m--lm1nu-nn1 inn-W1 Every Woman Owes It To Herself, Her Friends and Her Family to "Look Her Best" MAUDIE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 206 Walnut Street Phone 145 1m.1.,,,...W1nn11m..,,,,1nu.1.m.1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1111111.11......,,1,.,.1.,..1 1 v1l1.ly111.1111.1111111111111111 SPRINGS VALLEY HERALD French Lick, Ind. ng11m1un1ml...lm1.11.1ml1111.1..-I1.w11uu1m.-u..1m.1ml1m.1y...1.m1m.1.w.-m...,,..1,.., THE FRENCH LICK MILLING C0 Flour- Meal - Feed Home of PLUTO Flour French Lick, Ind. 11151 -,..i. 'Z' l .-...g. .-un1un1mr-un1uninn1uninn-nu-nn-nn-nl..-ln41un1.111-un1un-nu1un1mv1nn1ml1m11111111111 WININGER TRANSFER 8: STORAGE -Daily to- Louisville, Evansville, Indianapolis, Clzicago, Ill. 1.4m-ml1.m-un-nn-nn-un-nn-un1'mlnu-nu-un-nn1nn1l-,.1nn-un-nn1nu-M11 1 1 1u.: El Page 111.1 A x f ,7 'K up r 1 ' x GENEALOGY 977 . EOE FBBHA A 1'-P32 - 4 A x .- 1 '- V- N 'ii ' 3 1 wr '1 " '- -A V: 'J -.1 A " V 'Cf 1 1 L59 25 B C69 :R 1 ,I :V l , -qw, ., -. 43, ,J x Q . Y . 1 ' I ,X Q. .F , , I ,lf If . K.. .' gf- u-l--1:1 THE P1.U'1'oQ:RA1f'1' u--l- iw- "" -'H ----------- Y"' - 11" -'-A- - -- - I - See - - ELWOOD APPLE About Your Automobile Insurance 4.- ,.., - ..., - ,.,. --- ...... ----l-.,..-...-:-,--,--- -g--'- Kuo1 --------------- 1 ----- - -H- l P Ask For "Silver Seal" l Z Meadow Gold i Paste-urized Dairy ' Products In Sterilized Bottles I Q TIP TOP CREAMERY CO. e French Lick, Ind. l Bus. Phone 100 Res. 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