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

 - Class of 1951

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X Custodial Staff Ralph Kirk and Frank Bledsoe in one of their few leisure moments occurring in a long day P A G E F o u R P L U T O N I A N 1 9 Mr. Gilbert Aylsworth Baud Miss Joyce Beatty Commerce Mrs. Edna Cave Third Grade Mrs. Gladys Denbo Latin, Social Studies Mr. Dan Dimieh Commerce. Cimeli Mrs. Jessie Dickey First Grade PAGE FIVE K.. 'i id Ah! 127 PLUTONlAN'1q9 Mr. Fred Dillard Fifth Grade lvliss Claire Kearby Fourth Grade Mr. Paul M. Howard Veterans Agriculture Miss Jane Eash Music, English Miss Aleda Kcarby Second Grade Mr. Joel L. Kohn Art, English PAGE SIX Y 3 41' UTONIAN 1951 Mrs. Grace Laswcll Second Gradc Mrs. S-1111 J. lX1cGhchcy , , Hcalth, Girls Phys. Ed. Mrs. Graco Oshoi-uc First Grade Mr. A. E. Pershing lvlaitli., Social Studics Mr. T. Roy Roberts Science, Social Studics Miss Dorothy Reynolds Third Grade PAGE SEVEN V r 134 155 PQ' ss' Qlfffffr 'ifgmny' 1' if .. .4 El TW? ' . 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JOSEPH ANDREW' Basketball 4, H1fY 3, Band 4, Softball 4, :ri 'gov GRACE EVELYN BAKER Band 4. RALPH BECK CONNIE JO BELCHER Jumor Play, Band 4, Sextette 3, Vrce Presr dent junior, Plutocraft, G.A.A. 5, Chorus 4, Basketball. JANICE FAYE BRINER Commerce Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Chorus 1, Band 1, Basketball, Senior Play. Q-...Q FRED BREEDLOVE MARY MARGARET BROWN Plutocraft. P A cs E T E N E 1 , , PLUTONlAN1951 NORMA JEAN BROWN Chorus 1. WAYNE CLARENCE BROWN Plutoeraft su 5' B ,A Q as l s ig 11 l 2.1 3 I f' , ..,x,1 Q BETTY JOY CAMPBELL Commerce Club 2. Chorus 1. Senior Play, MARY JANE CAVE TrifHifY 1, Commerce Club 2, Band 1, jun' ior Play, Class Treasurer, G.A.A. 2, Plutonf ian, Basketball, Senior Play. ELMER COMPTON HifY Z, Plutoeraft, Freshman Reporter, Na tional Honor Society 2. CHESTER A. COX MARY .IOANNE DAUGHERTY Plutonian, D.A.R., Plutoeraft, C.A.A. 1, Junior Play, Freshman Basketball Queen. Tri' HifY 3, Chorus 4, Basketball, National Honor Society 1, Senior Play. E. HOWARD DOTSON PAGE ELEVEN PLUTONlAN1951 JAMES HAROLD EERGUSCN Freshman Class President, Plutoerait, Senior Play 5 EDDIE ELICK Basketball 2, Class XV1ll. BONETTA FERNE FREEMAN Commeree Club 1, G.A,A. I, Class Will EVELYN ERELENE GILLIATT. Commerce Club 2, Plutonian. UU' -ng' l ROBERT EUGENE GOLDMAN I-I1 Y, Band, Chorus. MAE LOUISE GRESHAM Commerce Club 2, Plutonian, Tr1fHifY 1. SAMUEL A. HALL Softball. junior Class Reporter, Year Book King, Senior Play, Class Prophecy. MARILYN MARGARET HILL Cheerleader 1, TrifHifY 2, Plutonian, Pluto' ' craft, G.A.A. 1, Teen Town President, .Iunf ior Play. Senior Queen Candidate, Year Book Queen. PAGE -rwEu.vs PLUTONIAN 1951 PATSY ANN HOBSGN Band 4, Claw Hmtory. BETTY ANN ,ICN E5 Chorus. HILDA JO KEARBY Commcrcc Club 1, Plutonian, TrifHifY Z, G.A,A. 3, Plutocrnft, Basketball, Class Sccrcf tary, Nlltllllltll Honor Society 1, Scuior Play, NQRMA JOAN KEARBY Baud -l, T1'ifHifY 3, Plutonixm, Plutocmft, Commcrcc Club 1, Senior Rcportcr. LLOYD DELANO KENDALL Plutocraft. JERRY L, KERN S Basketball 4, Softball 3, Baseball 2, Junior Play, HifY 3, Plutocraft, Plutouiau. LOIS JEAN LANI-IAM BARBARA ELLEN LYNCH Commerce Club 2, Plutonian, Chorus 2, G.A.A. 2, Plutocraft, Sophomore Quccu Candidate. PAGE THIRTEEN N "3" J '-fi' A ,tv 15 i L I lf: g Lu T XE'-,S 'Q' kin 5 lik VXI' PLUTONlAN1,95i1 FRANK MARSHALL Basketball 4, Baseball 2, Band 4, Softball 4, Chorus 3, Plutonian, Freshman and Senior Vice President. . SHIRLEY ANN MATSON Chorus 4, Sextette 2, TrifHi-Y 3, National Honor Society 2, Junior Queen Candidate, Junior Play, Plutonian, Pluroeraft, Class Will. XVILMA SUE MeCARTY 5 Commerce Club 1, Band 4, Chorus 4, Sex' tette 3, Plutocraft, TrifHifY, National Honor Society 2, Junior Play, Cheerleader 1. JUDITH MARILYN MOORE TrifHi-Y 3, G.A.A. 2, Chorus 4, Sextette 3, Sophomore and Senior President, Plutoeraft, Basketball, Senior Play, Class History. PAUL H. OSWALD Basketball 4, Softball 3, Baseball 2, HifY 3, Plutonian, Junior Play, Freshman Treasurer, Senior Play. JAMES HERCHEL POTTS 2 Nlhtional Honor Society 2, HifY 3, Plutoeraft, Chorus 3, Cheerleader 1, Junior Play, Sopho- 3 more Secretary, Senior Play, Class Prophecy. - flak Q. ,..,.. Q . hh as -f -.v ROY JUNIOR RAUFEISEN Class 'I'Iistory. MARTHA JANE SIMMONS Junior Play, Sextette 3, Junior Treasurer, Basketball, Plutocraft, Chorus 4, G.A.A. 3, Senior Play, Class Prophecy. PAGE FOURTEEN UTO.NlAN 19 51 F A59 ,W 2- tx 2 HAROLD L SMITH ALMA STEVENS Plutonian, Plutocraft. N PATRICIA ANN TARR OPAL LEA WEIRERT Band 4, Sextettc 3, Chorus 4, Commerce Clulw 2, TrifHifY 3, Junior Play, National Honor Society Senior Pliy ,Q me LOIS ONEDA VJILKINSON Chorus l Pfutocraft S fxsarf ZANE WININGER GORDON WININGER PAGE FIFTEEN HifY 3, Plutonian, Plutoeraft, Stu dent Basketball Manager 3, Sophof more Vice President, Senior Play junior Play. PLUTONIAN f951 Baccalaureate Services High School Auditorium May 20 - 8:00 P. M. Proccssional "Land of Hope and Glory" ........................ ..... E lgar High School Band, Mr. G. L. Aylsxvorth. Directing Invocation ........................ ...... - ............. . . .. Father Koch Stout Hearted Men ...,........... ' .......................... .. Romhers High School Band. Mr. G. L. Aylsworth. Directing Sermon "Time For Payment Novi' ..,.... . ................... Rev. T. G, Scott lviusic ....,. .. .............,........ .... H igh School Chorus Miss Eash. Directing Bcncdiction . . . ........ . . ....... Rev. Scull Hccessional . . . . . . High School Band Processional . . Commencement Exercises High School Auditorium May 23 - 8:00 P. M. High' sthggi' Band, 'ibiif 6. ' if 'AyigvLOQti.',' Invocation ........................ ................ "The Traveller" High 'saiooi 'iigaif 'ML 'cf 'Lf Ay1gQJO'fLi,' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Introduction of Speaker .... ......................... Address .................... Attorney, Lexington, Kentucky ...Elgar Directing Rev.Wisc Buchtel Directing ' .. Supt. J. W. Chambers Mr. Eldon S. Dummit Rosenkrans "A Royal Welconie March" ..................................... . High School Band, Mr. G. L. Aylsworth, Directing Prin. J. B. Hammerling Presentation of Taggart Awards . ....................... . . Supt. J. W. Chambers Presentation of Diplomas ....... . . . ti. an The Golden Rule March ........................... High School Band, Mr. G. L. Aylsworth, Benediction ..... ................................... Recessional . . . PAGE SIXTEEN Goldman Directing Rev. Scott . .. High School Band PLUTONIAN 1951 Class History 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 Louis Breeden hailed Mrs. Chester Knight and Mr. G. L. Aylsworth to weigh the anchor and the ship sailed off. Three other ships had already left the port at other times and were waiting at islands along the course, to sail alongside the "Freshies." Upon the sea the 65 Fresh' men began to feel their importance. In electing their leaders for the voyage they chose: James Ferguson . . . ...... President Frank Marshall .. ......... Vice President Paul Oswald .. Secretary and Treasurer Elmer Compton ......................... Reporter Several of our boys entered different sports. The main one of which was basketball. The Freshie's candidate, Miss Joanne Daugherty, was elected queen to reign over the four ships during the basketball season of '479-18. During the first storm of monthly tests many Freshmen became sea sick and for several days afterward kept to their cabins. One night Captain Louis Breeden issued orders to prepare the life boats. They were approaching the most dangerous channel 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 Breeden'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 l947 had come to an end and the Freshmen had said farewell to one another and were off for a good time on the island. In the fall of 1948 with Mr. Louis Breeden at the helm, the ship once more set sail. During the four months vacation it had been repaired and now huge letters announced to the world in general, that this was the ship "Sophomores," Mrs. Hannah Lindsey and Mr, Edward Claxton were in charge of the class and upon calling the roll it was found that a number had left the ship as Freshies. Leaving the good times and storms of the year before in their memories only, the Sophomores now devoted themselves to their new duties. The class sponsors helped us in electing our class officers for this voyage. Those elected for leadership were: Marilyn Moore ...... President Zane Wininger ......... Vice President James' Potts .... . . . Secretary and Treasurer Jerry Kerns .... ............. R eporter PAGE SEVENTEEN PLUTONIAN 1951 For basketball queen, Miss Sue McCarty was chosen as candidate from the Sophomore Class. It seemed almost no time until another halt was called and the Sophomores hurried ashore for a good time for four months. September 1949 came and the old Sophomore class was greeted by their Cap' tain, Mr. john B. Hammerling. A new ship was anchored at the pier and on its side were the word, "jolly Juniors." Miss Sellers, Mrs. Alta Marie Pershing and Mr. Edward Claxton read the list of those who had left the Sophomore group. The Juniors set to work in earnest for they had much to do. With raging storms around us someone had to be put in charge to keep the ship calm. Shirley Matson . . . ..... President Connie Gruber . . . . . Vice President Sue McCarty . . . . . Secretary Jane Simmons . . . . Treasurer Sam Hall .... . . . Reporter They were given the right of Leadership. With several of our boys in basketball we were proud to have Marilyn Hill elected from our class one of the Yell Leaders for the year of 49950. We were also honored again this year by having our class president, Shirley Matson, representing the Jolly juniors as candidate for basketball queen. While on this voyage it was not all to be work, a little entertainment was also necessary. On November 16, a class play was given entitled "Take Your Medicine." Those who made up the Cast were: Paul Oswald, Opal Weikert, Zane Wininger, Marilyn Hill, Jerry Kerns, Shirley Matson, Frank Marshall, Connie Gruber, Joanne Daugherty, James Potts, Sue McCarty, Mary Jane Cave, and jane Simmons. Although the juniors were at sea was no reason for Santa to forget them when Christmas came. For Christmas they received their class rings. The most important frolic of the year was the Juniors' reception for the Sen' iors on an island. It 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 of four months the remaining boys and girls of the Freshman group came on board a ship with L'Seniors 'SF' painted in huge red letters on a white background. It was found that several had left for other ports. Now, the Senior Class sponsored by Miss Joyce Beatty and Mr. Dan Dimich, were off for another cruise for nine months. Leading the class this year were: PAGE sues-:TEEN P L U T O N I A N 'I 9 5 'I Marilyn Moore .... President Frank Marshall Vice President Hilda Kearby . .... Secretary Mary Jane Cave . . . Treasurer joan Kearby .............. .... R eporter In chosing candidates for queen, Miss Marilyn Hill was chosen ,to represent the Senior Class. The Seniors were very proud to have two Yell Leaders elected from their class, Sue McCarty and James Potts, for the season of 195031. The last year was the happiest, yet the saddest of all the other years for therc were many activities, but the last ones for the class of '5l. With their work finished, the Senior Class of '51 stood at the railing of the ship and as it entered the City of Graduation the voices of the Seniors came back over the waves with the words: HITCH YOUR WAGON TC A STAR. Marilyn Moore Patsy Ann Hobson Roy Raufeisen Class Will We, the Senior Class of French Lick High School, this eighteenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and fiftyfone, being of sound mind and good judge' ment, do hereby make, publish, and declare this our last will and testament be ad' ministered as follows: ARTICLE I To our Alma Mater, we leave our composite picture which is to be hung in the 'iHall of Fame" along with the other graduating classes of French Lick High School. ARTICLE II With the faculty, we leave our deepest sympathy for losing such brilliant students, with the hope that they can mend their loss through the other graduating classes. ARTICLE III To our beloved sponsors, Miss Beatty and Mr. Dimich, we leave our sincere appreciation for being so helpful and understanding. ARTICLE IV To the Juniors we give the right to have their dignified manners and egotistical outlook, questioned and criticized many times by the under classmen. PAGE NINETEEN IN' ' 4, - f .,dw,,',, IH Y ,v I. , 5 Q I 4 1 x ' 3' , . .G- uy -,- A -.4 '51 4 , " l v' l , , iv' .."f-' was D PLUTONlAN1x95'l ARTICLEV To the Sophomores we leave the duty of caring for the Freshmen and the duties of aiding them through their trials and tribulations. ARTICLE VI To the Freshmen we lcave our ambitious ways for we fear they will need these and more too. ARTICLE VII To our fellow students, we leave the following: Betty Anderson wills her bass clarinet to Shirley Tarr. James Ferguson wills his wavy hair to Murphy Blair. Barbara Lynch wills her sweet disposition to Glenda Daugherty James Potts will his oratorical ability to Frank Clapp. Chester Cox leaves his chewing gum to Ned Moore, providing it doesn't lose its flavor. Shirley Matson, Connie Belcher, Opal Weikert, Sue McCarty, Jane Simmons and Marilyn Moore leave the Girl's Sextette title to Miss Jane Eash, providing there will be six more girls to take their place. Fred Breedlove wills the right to attend school three days a week to Franklin Wright. Erelene Gilliatt wills her bookkeeping book to her sister, Yvonne, providing she gets more out of it than Erelene did, Mae Gresham wills her typing ability to Billy Joe Wininger. Patsy Hobson wills the right to wear a diamond to Juanita Leonard. Bob Goldman wills his loud clothes to Blaine Hendrix. Lois Lanham wills her natural wavy hair to Mary Jo Kellams. Patsy Tarr wills her quietness to Nina Sturm. Wayne Brown wills the right to drive a soupedfup Ford to Donald Pinnick. Norma Brown wills her twofhour hcmefec class to anyone who can stand it. Bonetta Freeman leaves her paper wads and candy wrappers to her brother, Leroy. Zane Wininger wills his joke-telling ability to Clarence Jackman.. Grace Baker wills her band suit to her sister, Joyce. Marilyn Hill wills her personality to Helen Tillery. Mary Jane Cave wills her quietness to Donald Deel. Joan Kearby wills her ride home at noon to Sally Steinkamp. Joe Andrew wills his physique to Allen Conrad. Betty Jones wills her lovely complexion to Eileen Brown. Janice Briner wills her optimistic outlook on life to Wanda Tanksley. PAGE TWENTY PLUTONIAN 1951 Howard Dotson leaves Barbara Stapelton, but not to anyone. Roy Raufeisen wills his notewriting ability to Kerril Rose, providing Kerril doesn't get caught. Betty Campbell wills he right to carry the family name to her sister, Beth. Lois Wilkinson leaves her typewriter to Mary Ann Rutter. Elmer Compton wills the right to be the Romeo of the class to Jerry Hagan. Paul Oswald wills his promptness to Sally Mitchell, provided she gets to school by 9:30. Mary Brown and Alma Stevens will their artistic ability to Marion Dilliard and Glen Jacobs. Sam Hall wills to Everett Land the right to know the Freshmen girls. Eddie Flick wills his position on the basketball team to anyone interested in knitting. Hilda Jo Kearby wills her short hand ability to Carl Walters. Frank Marshall wills his quiet disposition to junior Flick. Ralph Beck wills his short ride on the bus to Harold Walters. ' Joanne Daugherty wills the right to be bashful to Barbara Drake. jerry Kerns wills his boisterous ways to Dale Beatty. Lloyd Kendall leaves the remains of the mimeograph machine to anyone who can piece it together. Harold Smith wills his physic book to anyone silly enough to accept it, Donald Wininger wills the right to read books in the study hall to Harold Parks. Last: We, the Senior Class, hereby nominate and appoint Jerold Chambers, Superintendent of French Lick High School, County of Orange, State of Indiana, to be executor of this our last Will and Testament. In Witness, Whereof, we have here unto subscribed our names and set our seal this eighteenth day of May in the year of our Lord, One Thousand, Nine Hundred and Fifty-one. Shirley Matson Eddie Flick Bonetta Freeman f , - PAGE 'rwENTY-ous PLUTONIAN x1951 Class Prophecy Cn the beautiful spring morning of May 23, 1961, there is gathered a huge crowd on the new and modern airport, built here in French Lick, by Mr. ferry Lee Kerns, now president of TWA airlines. The occasion was the departure of three of our classmates on a trip around the world. On the platform, gaily decorated with red and white roses and streamers of blue and gold, sat Shirley Matson, now Mrs. Max Wilson and one of our classmates Shirley had startled the people of our Hoosier state by being elected governor and then refusing to move from French Lick to Indianapolis to resume her duties. She just couldn't leave French Lick. Thus, French Lick became the temporary capital of Indiana. Fred Breedlove, as the present mayor of our home town, is making the farewell address. Among loud cheer for a happy trip, we boarded our plane. The plane, with the passengers taking a fond look at our Alma Mater, lifted into the stratosphere, destination, Washington, D. C. QWe finally were going to get therej And we three were shivering and shaking with acute nervousness for in Washington, D. C.. we were to be the guests of the President of the United States. Elmer Compton, and also the weekend guests of Vice'President, Iudy Moore. At a ball given in our honor that night in the East Room of the White House, we met several more of our former classmates. There was that renowned journalist. Miss Ioanne Daugherty, editor and publisher of the Washington TimesfHerald, and her ace photographer Miss joan Kearby. Later in the evening we were introduced to those two distinguished Senators from Indiana, Zane Wi'1iinger and Harold Smith. During our weekend stay in Washington, we also went to visit the large manuf facturing plants of two of our 'S lers who had become millionaires. Their product. you guessed it, chewing gum. Yes, Chester Cox and Eddie Flick were still up to their same old tricks. Our next stop was to be in Philadelphia. There we were to be the guests of that brilliant research nurse, Miss Grace Evelyn Baker and the world famous archif tect, Roy Raufeisen. This proved to be a very delightful stop in our trip around the world, but all good things must come to and end so the next morning we continued on our way and flew to New York. Once there we rushed over to that famed commercial college run by Miss 'lanice Briner, Miss Betty Campbell, and Miss Betty Anderson. From them we learned that another of our classmates, Miss Mary Brown, was also in New York doing some brilliant work as the chief cartoonist for the New York Sun. On a brief and hurried trip to the Empire State Building we happened to run across another of our classmates, Miss Mae Gresham. She had just returned from a typing tour where she had astounded her audiences with her terrific speed. After a few days in New York we decided to go to England. Instead of flying this time we decided to go by boat, so we secured passage on a ship named, oddly enough, "The Devils Den". It wasn't until the next day, however, that we realized the full meaning of the name. For shortly after we were situated in our cabins, we received a message asking us to come to the captain's quarters. Wondering what it was all about, we quickly proceeded to the captain's quarters. As we opened the PAGE TWENTY-TWO in PLUTONIAN 1951 door, we received the shock of our lives, for standing before us was none other than Admiral Sue McCarty, a former classmate of ours. Yes, she was captain of the ship and ruled with an iron hand, and no one ever kidded the Admiral about being the first lady to receive that rank. Also on the list of passengers aboard the ship, we found the name of Opal Lea Weilqert. Eager to find out if she, too, was one of our classmates, we went to her cabin, and sure enough she was the same person who graduated with us in the class of 'SL She informed us that she was making her tenth trip to Africa where she had established a mission. After those two surprises, the rest of the voyage seemed quite common. But as soon as we arrived in London, we went straight to Buckingham Palace as the guests of the King and Queen of England. This invitation was secured for us by two of our classmates, Miss Mary lane Cave and Hilda lo Kearby, secretaries to the King. He really had only wanted one secretary but neither of these girls would accept the job without the other so hc decided he needed two secretaries, anyway. While in London, we received an invitation to have dinner at one of the largest hotels in the city. Who our hostess was to be, we hadn't the slightest idea. But as we were ushered into the beautiful dining room, we saw coming to meet us the very famous author, Miss Lois Wilkinson, who had also been one of that '51 gang. After a delightful dinner, we had to rush to the airport to catch a plane for Paris. Once we arrived in Paris, we were met at the airfield by Miss Betty lones and Miss Lois Lanham, two of the most exquisite clothes designers in all Paris. After our stay in Paris, we flew to Germany where we were to attend the dedication of a new town, named strangely enough, French Lick. Yet this was not just a coincidence for a few years ago when three of our clasmates, Bonetta Freeman, Patsy Hobson, and Connie fo Belcher, were sent to Germany with their husbands, they were determined not to be without their hometown. Thus was born French Lick, Germany. After the dedication ceremony was over and we were at the airport waiting for a plane to fly us to India, we received a telegram from a classmate of our, urging us to stop and see him. So we visited Athens, Greece. Here the world famous engineer, Paul Oswald, was building the famous city of Athens back to its once regal splendor. ' After this hurried stop, we proceeded to Bombay, India from where we went to a small Indian village. This small village was the scene for the new movie being produced by one of the class of '51, Mr. Bob Goldman. Starring in this picture was another of our classmates, the great and heralded actress, Miss Marilyn Hill. - When we left Bombay after a few days, we decided to go to Moscow, Russia. Once there, we were to be the guest of General Frank Marshall, who was in charge of all occupational troops in Russia. After our stay in Russia we flew to Japan. There we were surprised to find one of the richest people in all Japan was one of our former classmates, Gordon Wininger. PAGE TwEN'rY-THREE PLUTONIAN ,1951 From Japan we flew to Hawaii. There we visited the pineapple plantation of Howard Dotson and the sugar cane plantation of Lloyd Kendall. Finally we flew back to the UnitedlStates and landed at San Francisco. At the airport we were met by Miss jean Brown, one of our classmates and now the owner of a famous chain of restaurants, and we were taken to her home. There we met two more of our classmates, Miss Alma Stevens, a professor at Stanford Univerf sity, and lyfr, james Harold Ferguson, who offered to drive us back home but, rememf bering that he had won two Five Hundred Mile Speedway races at Indianapolis, we decided we would just as soon be in the air. That night we attended the middleweight championship fight in which another of our classmates, Ralph Beck, successfully def fended his title. By his short stature he has a decided advantage over his opponents for when they bend over to get in striking range, he catches them under the chin and puts them to sleep. The next day we were presented with a gift car, from a classmate of ours, Mr. Vtfayne Brown, the millionaire car manufacturer. After a day or two we finally reached home and had a banquet at the famous French Lick Springs Hotel now owned by Miss Patsy Tarr. At a banquet given in our honor that night, we met Miss Barbara Lynch, the world famous beautician, foe Andrew, nationally known dairyman, and Erlene Gilliatt, now teaching in French Lick High School, all former classmates of ours. On this trip we had visited all the members of the class of '51 and carried to them the message that we were to all meet in five years. I wonder what we'll be like then. Well. I guess it is over and we must settle down to private life again. Miss Jlane Simmons is going back to Broadway and to her work as an Interpretive actress. Mr. Sam Hall back to his work as a teacher in French Lick High School, and fumes Potts, back to his law practice in New York. Yes, there they are. It seems sort of funny, doesn't it? They were all still the wonderful people, so full of love and friendship, that had made the class of 1951 a class to be long remembered in the hearts of everyone. James Potts jane Simmons Sam Hall PAGE TWENTY-FOU R PLUTONIAN 1951 Junior Class CLASS OFFICERS President ..... . . . Philip Kaiser Vice President . . . . . . Glen Jacobs Secretary ..... . . . Helen Tillery 'Treasurer . . . . . Juanita Leonard Reporter . . . . . . Earlene Cook s The graduating class of 1952 now have an enrollment of 65, having started the school year with 69. Cur play, "The Campus Queen", was received enthusiastically by both the townspeople and the student body on October 20th. Twelve of our embryo thespians made up the cast, receiving their dramatic coaching from one of our sponsors, Mr. Wiggs. ' Our class is well represented socially and athletically having eight in the Tri' l'lifY, nine in the HifY, five in the Commerce Club, nine in the F,H.A,, four in the C.A.A., plus ten of our boys on the basketball team. We received our class rings early in the school year. They are patterned on a devil motif emblematic of the symbol representing the school athletically. We would like to express our appreciation to our sponsors, Mr, Wiggs and Miss Sellers, for their guidance If Shirley Jack Ray Q Eileen Floyd Betty Anderson Beatty Begarly Brown A Burton Clark PAGE TWENTY-FIVE UTONIAN x19 Juniors PAGE TWENTY-SIX Virginia Collins Wallace Conrad Earlene Cook Allan Curtis Volney Daugherty Chester Deel Marion Dillard Barbara Dotson Bennie Drabing Rex Drabing Barbara Drake Frances Eastridge Demona Eckerty Donald Farris Junior Flick Delores Foddrill Luther Grimes Marian Hall Evelyn Halloway Jimmy Harris PLUTONIAN 1951 Juniors N, " X :W ,iv .QL if 1 ' ., f oroir L ' x-woo! inf' igiztsf x ' ' '5 f :Q '93 V M fgl , ,L G 5 -s. 'Z-1 J in 1-. fs:- N.:-:V ..,...,, fiv- 'T' ? v xx - ..., 2' . ,I ' QQ! PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN Marjorie Harrison Blaine Hendrix ' Keith Holland Neva Hollen .lean Hooten Glen .lacohs Philip Kaiser Bonnitta Kerns Charles Kirkland Everett Land Roy Land Juanita Leonard 4, Shirley Leonard james Mathers Marita Merkel Carol Faye Morgan Junior Morgan Ralph M055 A Glen Norton Willard Owen uToNlAN X19 Juniors U PAGE TWENTY-EIG HT Barnetta Parks' Carl Parks Donald Pinnick Merl Quinn Betty Raufeison Lenore Reisen Marguerite Riley Kerrill Rose Bill Shipman Patricia Smith Joyce Smith Ruth Snider Sally Steinkamp Shirley Tarr Dorene Thompson Helen Tillery Carl Walters Edith Wineinger Billy Joe Wininger Ned Moore PLUTONIAN 1951 --- Sophomore Class CLASS OFFICERS President ....., ................. . . Max Wesexnaiin Vice President ...... Donald Deel Secretary ...... ............. S hirlcy Conrad Treasurer .... ............... C harles Denbo Reporters ................................... Dorothy Purlce, Robert Dillard The graduating class of 1953, numbering 75, has been very active this year. Our candidate for basketball queen, Sally Mitchell, was elected to reign over the l9iO' 1991 season. Jo Ann Burton was chosen as one of the three varsity cheerleaders for this season. Seven of our boys represent us on the basketball team, six of us are mem- bers of the TrifHifY, and seven are in the Hi-Y. Many of us take active parts in the band and chorus. , Our sponsors for the school year are Mrs. McCvhehey and Mr. Kohn, 5 .. - gy R A' f "" Carl Allen fue fx -if "" -69" Ianice Anderson Grace Andrew Bedie Archer Joyce Baker Dorothy Beck Benny Bledsoe Annette Bullington Jo Anne Burton Martha Campbell jackie Carr Elmo Clapp Robert Collins E-L1?L-S:-nb-u -Mu A PAGE TWENTY-NINE IN' ' 4, - f .,dw,,',, IH Y ,v I. , 5 Q I 4 1 x ' 3' , . .G- uy -,- A -.4 '51 4 , " l v' l , , iv' .."f-' was D N PLUTONIAN1 951 Sophomores -7, QF 'RW M lb.-Y K ard fv- ,www 'auf'-G" 1'- wx! it 'QF X,.,,' T517 PAGE THIRTY Don Conrad Shirley Conrad Vernon Crews Harold Crowder Nlona Lea Crowder Donald Deel lvlary Deich Charles Denlwo Robert Dillard Roberta Dillard Lloyd Dotson Willa Eastridge i Hallie Flick Thomas Flick Yvonne Gilliat Dennis Galloway Virginia Gottfried Marianna Gruber Jerry Hagen James Hall UTONIAN1 Sophomores PAGE THIRTY-ONE Violet Hall Charlotte Harrison Sealworn Hillis Charles Hohson I Donald Hopper Clarence Jackman Patricia .lones Nlary lo Kellams Lowell Kendall Rnlaeit Kerns Claude Lagenour jimmy Ivlax Land Anne Leffler Dewey Lewis Donald Lindsey Hillrcrt Lindsey Lloyd McFarland James Merkel Patricia Mills Sally Mitchell Pl.. UTONIAN Sophomores -an ' 55 i- "': S V ,.,,. "A'1 , V'-., I :,V zv- 3 , Q, J b aifwls PAGE THIRTY-TWO George Moore Keith Morgan Glenn Neukam Clyde Nicholson Yvonne Oswald slack Palmer Lois Parsons Dorothy Purlee Mary Rutter! james Sanders Williani Stone Nina Lee Sturm' Waiidzm Tanksley Wi1iif1'ed Taylor Shirley Walls Laverne Walte1's Sondra Weaver Naomi Wellniali Max Wesemaxiii Delores Wininger PLUTONIAN 1951 Freshman Class CLASS OFFICERS President ..... .................. . . Betty jo Moore Vice President . . . ....... Sam Kaiser Secretary ..... .,...... F rances Lands Treasurer .... .... G lenda Daugherty Reporter ...... ............,...,.. ..... ..... ........ S a n d ra Walil Under the able sponsorship of Mr. Taylor and Mr. Pershing the graduating class of 1954 has made an early mark in the halls of F. L. H. S. Ten of our members take an active part in the G. A. A. and three of us arc in the F. H. A. while Glenda Daugherty, Sandra Wahl, and Betty Kellams are in charge of our cheering section. Glenda Daugherty was our choice as candidate for contention in the annual basketball queen competition. ' John Paul Ash Harold Allen ,D ' f , Clinton Archer Doris Atkins Richard Beaty Dale Beary Murphy Blair Donald Buford V , Thelma Brown ,f PAGE THIRTY-THREE UTONIAN '1951 Freshmen nr' W' -it 'Gif' W"'7' pow., ,pq 'Uk fi tl V PAGE THIRTY-FOUR Frances Bundy Sharon Burch Ruth Burton Martha Sue Burton Bill Busse Rosemary Cline Raymond Compton Allen Conrad Melvin Cook Clara Cooke Rosemary Cox Kenneth Crecelius Jeaniene Curtis Glenda Daugherty Vondis Deich Norma Dewitt Frances Dotson Glenn Drabing Flora Elkington Minnie Flick PLUTONIAN 1951 Freshmen .sr N..,.A G l- lf 1' AF 'FF' Q 2 PAGE THIRTY-FIVE Dale Galloway Neil Giliat Shirley Haefling Arnold Hardin Georgia Harrison Glenda Hendrix Vsfayne Hillis Rolasrteen Horne Bill Huff lwiary Jennings Samucl Kaiser Bctty Kcllams Mary Lou Kcrns Diane Kirkland Frances Land Barbara Lane Coy Lane David Lane if Jack Leonard Billy Lynch UTONIAN C1951 Freshmen Aff' gs my if -. . YI Y A w 45" H V PAGE THIRTY-SIX Diana McFarland Shirley Mills lf Betty Jo Moore Hilma Lou Morgan Hubert Morgan Gene Newton George Newton Harold Parks john Parsons Patrieia Parsons George Perry Anna Rector Mary Smith Shirley Thompson Billy Veatch Sandra Wahl Harold Walte1's Robert Winiiiger Patsy Wininger john Zimmerman PLUTONIAN 1951 1-J if ' ' Q f f 1. , , i J 3 1 i , 5 v 5' 22 Q 3 . 3 3 .Q 2 f - x, , A 3 gil 45' YEARBOOK KING AND QUEEN PAGE THIRTY-sEvEN M 4 Autographs PLUTONIAN 1951 EighthGrade . U q A ' - Lam. , lst lion'-Left to 1111-1111-1'1ll'U1j'll 1lra11i1114. Mary 141111 1,1-o11:1r11, I':1u1i111- l111w:11'11, l,11eillQ 1'0lll1l'?l. Jeanette T2ll'l', llelores 11ill:11'1l, ,Xllll K1-111la1l1, 5211111121 12111111111-ll, 1111111241421 511111111011 Mary lI2ll'gZ1l'r-1 1,1-1111z11'11. How 12-Mrs. In-111111, Violet lloxxw-111111, Marv l"1'l'll 1:1l1ll'1l. Marv .Xllll I,e1111:11'11, Marv ,X1111e1'- son. Patty Ballard, Sally Jzwolvs, Nancy Tll1ll'Stflll, Anita lliigiln-S, Mr. Slrl'l'1'11S . liow ZZ-Ge-0r,u'e Sorrells, Harry 1.21111-, xvillfvl' liallnvway, Harolwl H111'1o11, l'1'+-st 11. l41lS1l1ll'0lJlx, Robert Flick. Alvin 12111111111-ll, lVillia1111 4'u111l1s, Janie-s l!1':1lty, F1'1r1'--st .lo111'S, llow 4-Ke11111Atl1 1'Iz1stri11g1-, llic11z11'11 lV:111s, .li111111y S11o1111111Q11'1-. 1111111111 Mason, 1111111-rt Anflerson, J2llllvS llrnff. 4'11z1rl1,-s A111-1. 421-111'p4v lk-1-1. lltlllillil Hlll1ill', 1iz11'1'y Xlnugs, l,11w1-ll MOSS, H11w:11'11 Join-S. Seventh Grade lst ROW-Left to 1112111-Alillflfj linrton, 421-11132111 Iillflljll, Gerry 'l'11z1e1i1-r, 111111111 .lone-S. l,lor0t11ea Temple, Nancy Ntlllliillll. l'z1l l'11rs11ing4, Violet :Xl'C1'lx'l', 1111110111111 Cline, B2ll'11Hl'2l lloirleff, Shirley Archer. Mary :Xllll lcllilllglfjll. Row 2-Mr. Roberts, Mary Hobson, lxeloris Graves, .-xllll Mills, Phyllis li11111ly, Mary Jane Bradley, Martha Je-an Bradley, Janice Hop11er, Pat lVel1s, Mary Butler, Janet Dixon, Mr. Aylsworth. Row 3-Sharon Marshall, Eva A1Cll0llH1l1, Beverly f'l1i1to11. Patty Conraul. Ha1'l1arz1 Tabor, Anna. Cox. Dorothy XVESEHIRIIII. Betty Faxris, Donna Kellams. Helen Wi11i11g'er. Row 4--James Anclerson, Kieth Galloway, Davirl l'urtiS. Clyde Barkley, James XVoolsey. Ronald Oswald, JOllIl Stevens, Gerald Moore. Franklin XN'I'lgllt. Leroy Fre-ema11. How 5-Joseph Jennings, Morris Sorrells, Jerry Hose. Troy Flick. Charles Moss, Amon Kerns, Donald Denbo. Terry Hneston. Marty Leffler, James Burton. PAGE THIRTY-NINE 1 .:. 1 rv. J' I 5 4 aj ' - L :x JK j .' '. .5 Q., leg' 'v 1 . V ,,. ' 16535, J., q , 4-4, J -L ' :Sul-5 , -X L .5 I V . - - .va ggggg 24" 'ik if -Z, , A-V., ,M - . g' C ,4- . 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E -, '- fr' -r u'- , I PLUTO,N,IAN '1951 SixthG1'ade - - - Q 4 - limi' 1-Li-ft lu l'lig'l1t-llicliaiiwl 'F1ll'l', Nlllilllv XY1'igl1t, Mairilyii Vrecwlius, I. Olive- Lzigenour. Cluudizl Oswaild, 'B1'll'iP2l1'Ll f'lJIl1il'1l, l'2lf1'iL'i1l XVg1l1Q1's, Putty Mills, Donnzi S. Morgan. Mary S. Phillips, Judy Sll3.11ll'll1llll, illvfn liulwils, lion' 2-ll:11'1'y l21'e1,-llliivi-, Aiiiiiilois l,Yll1it'l'iliii, Blziggie Street, Rl:1rg'u1'l-t Rose, Slmroii Bled- sm-. Ixklllllll llorsfytt, Axllllvlfil lleyiiullls, Janice Sziiidvrs, ldOl'G'illil1'L Brown, Frainli Hobson. MV. XVQ-ik::1't, limi' Sl-ldfliliw Jmif-s, llzirii- L. Nulmlv, Billy J. l'1'ow1le1', Handzill Holland, Goiwleii Kuarliy. Uris 49. liqiiris. Micln-:il liins--y, 1':11'l ll. 4'1'ow1lu1', liolwrt Pollom, Eugein- Paiiiter. Rex Huntl--y. Fifth Grade Row 1-Le-ft to Riglit-Mzlrilyii Clay. Louise- XV1'ig'l1t, Janet S1llU0!lI1'lO1'E'. Caroleen Hobson, .I:111ic-11 Burton, Paula C'l1iltm1, Marilyn Nb-lson, Mary Lou Stiflliuni, Janice BYOXVII. Billie J. Harris, Yirginiai lll'l1irill3,.1'. lluw 2vB1'e111l11 xxYt'1lYE'l', Phyllis NVulls. Bz11'l1111':1 Love, Pliyliss Browii. France-s Graves. Sliirlfy Moss. Geiievieve- Cline, Johnny Oswald, Jimmy Oswald, Rolnert Henson. Mr. Dillard. How 3-Hqirold L'11de1'l1ill. Byron Kendall. llonald Vlloolsey, Donald Hzigan, Harold XVatson, Billy Ros:-, Janies Mossoii, Miclie-z1lVXVatso11. Yxviililllil Mosson, Bobby Fi11'l'iS- How 4-Miclmel Rose. Richard Bree-deii. Ronald Sclimutzler, Richard Simmons, Jolin Hal'- rison, Rzinflzill .Tom-s, Jimmie- Stidham. Roscoe Kellains, Leroy Royer, Jerry Anderson, Manforrl Byers. .PAGE FORTY PLUTONlAN1951' Fourth Grade lion' 1-IA-ft to Iliglit-H+-rtlizl Coinpton. I-htty Jenn Phillips. livai Sue Tzirr. Judith Jones. Normal Jones, Rullhy Kendall. lillpgt-liv Vox. Hairl liurton, Jr.. Philip XY:-lls. lluseniilry Ivziuglierty, Virginia litfrns. Noreenal l"linl-, i'l21l'il1ll'Cl Sauxlgge. Row 2-llonzilvl K1-rlvy. lliv.-lizirfl Ki-rlvy, llouulzis Allstntt. Iinltlie XVininp:r-r, Szunut-I 'l'lll'I'. George Hllgllr-S. lloh--Vt Brown. llul-ert M.mr.', 'Vt--lily Painter, Jeanette UW--n, Tlielnift B1CFllYl1lll4l. Miss Kezirhy. ROW Ilflloluert .lone-S, Bonnie lit-eklnzin, lltllllllil Sue Stxlclchouse. Margin-ri!-1 XYinwEn,L:f-1' Joanne XV:1lters. Marc-in Moore. .Ioyve Hrigslvy. .It-unette Sllllllillll, Ellen 'l'rt-ish, Sziirltffx Hayes. Norma Stevens. Third Grade How 1+-Left to Itight-Romtltl Charles. Marvin Stiwlham, Michael Smith, Larry Leonard, llewzlyne Conrail. Kelly Burton, Larry MCCr1u'lie11. Ilonalml llillzlrml, Dwight Brown, Melvin Taylor. Kenneth XVright, Ilonalwl Sugztrnuan. Monte Bledsoe. Ilow 2-Larry Gene Gilliutte, Charles Ford. Jimmy Pershing. Linda Anderson. Linda Iloyer. Loletta Stroud. Donald XVolfington, George Harrison, Keith Daugherty. Cathy Gilmore. Nyanna Moore. Karen Crowe, Craig Curtis, Pamela Reed. Betty Roberts. Row 3-Deborah Thomas, Sandra Graves. Betty Ervin, Deanna Quallaenhush, Mary Fowl. Clarence Barkley. Charlie Sweet, Jackie Belcher, Sunda Thurston, Phyllis Robbins. Kath- erine Mosson. Sherrill Jones, Michael Groomer. PAGE FORTY-ONE Pi.u'roNlAN '1951 Second Grade 4 - L , 4 A - llow l-Left to llight-J:1n Flay. Vlizirles Allsioxt, Jimmy Springer. John Ford. Billie Kendall, Gary flswal-l. Jimmy S!l5"lr'I'. Jeiry I-Ziwiwii, Ilonalcl Turr, Larry Aivel. Ronald v-- - ll'lllllllN, Harrie-y sweet, liwlfhy l"lY1IllS. How 2-l,-miiiiiw lilliott, llllllf' Sue Owl-n. Martha McFarland, Linda Spoonmore. Stella Horn'-. Vicki i-lnllui-.l. Judy 5flX'2lgr'. lvixie Joni-s. Brenda Kendall. Ann Putnam, Sheron Wixliiigir Mary .Xnn XX'1ia.iinAi'. Pzittif- Sue 'l'uuker. llelwuea Henson. Margaret Belcher. llow 31-Miss Almla Kerhy. Mary XYriglit, liorothy Conklin, Sharon Kinsey, Dorothy Tliaiiiilniiiseii, lvonna llixon, Deloris Hayes, Brenda Groff, Jo Nelson, XVanda Stanfield, -1. llillj' Moss. l-wily Lou livzins. f,lZll'llr'lt Cline. Mrs. Laswell. Row 4-Tony Ross. Sainuol llyan. Lzirry Nicholson, Jimmy Thurston. Mark Thomas, Avon Tailor, James Simie, Mil-lim-l Treasli. Cheyenne Archer. l'-avid Reynolds, Terry Treash. Fi1'St Grade .4 B - L - - 4 Row 1-Left to Right-A, R. Carnes. Phillip Dillard, Roy XVright, Gary Archer, Carl Powell, Jackie Holland. 11. E. Qualkenhusli, Jimmie Shields. Mike Murray, Rex Farris. Row 2-Barry Treash, Sheila Jones. Paulette Bundy, Barbara Anderson, Linda Love, Brenda Hopper. Janice Sue Ballard, Judy Gilliatt, Patty Mason, Dianne Crowe, Sherry Brosmer. How 3-kMrs. Osborn, Keith Howard, John Mosson, Glendon Kendall, Larry Jones, Larry Brace, Ronald Carnes, Clark Brown, XValter Nelson, Rudy Mason, Mrs. Dickey. Row -1-Jennie Moffatt. Patty Conrad. 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Our allfnew version boasted Mr. Marviii Wood and Mr. Dan Dimich as head and sub mentors. We annexed crossfcountry to our program and looked forward to golf and track. We did not, however, neglect to do business at the same old stand as we went forward with King Basketball. This year's edition of the Red Devils made up for its lack of height and polish with a will to win that fired the hearts of their followers. The good and the bad breaks were evenly distributed as we lost and won the close ones. We didn't win them all as a 1Of2l record will testify but the fans, young and old, and the boys themselves tried hard for every decision. Hoosier Hysteria found us at Paoli outgunning Hardinsburg and Pekin before dropping the big one to a good Marengo team in a hairfraising finale. In the annual class tourney the Juniors were able to outdistance the Seniors but needed a second overtime period to do it. - PAGE FORTY-THREE BLAINE HENDRIX ,. - ,.,, ..- n .,.... ,, T o N I A N ' 1 9 5 1 EDDIE FLICK GLEN JACOBS , I V 49 Salem 33 51 West Baden 52 39 Jeffersonville 49 42 Qrlcans . 7 38 Paoli 46 '36 Rockport 32 S 3 Loogootee 46 42 Cfumelton SO 39 Scottsburg 46 JERRY KERNS DEWEY LEWIS PAUL OSWALD PAGE FORTY-FCU R PLu'roNlAN 1951 PI-IILLIP KAISER JUNIOR FLICK JACK BEATTY 36 Coryclon 34 34 Loogootce 43 44 Bloomfield 41 40 English 39 48 Orleans 49 43 Farlncrsburg 51 66 Charlestown 49 33 West Baden 41 34 Silver Creek 42 JOE ANDREW FRANK MARSHALL COACH WOOD PAGE FORTY-FIVE PLUTONIAN '1951 Second Team C5 - - A . A On the long end of a twelve and five record the second team bodes ill for the 5152 varsity opponents. Ably coached by Mr. Dimich they were a happy hzirbinger of things to come in the Devil Goalery. - Cross Country Team One of our athletic innovations this year was a pioneer cross country team. Although inexperience was evident in losing tvvo of three dual meets, the harriers were able to top six of the thirteen more experienced teams at the jasper sectional. With his runners returning in force Coach Dimich looks to next year. PAGE FORTY-S IX PLUTONlAN1951 Freshman Team l "Better than their record" was thc consensus of opinion regarding the Demon rhinies. Composed of novice hoopstcrs thc boys gained prestige with cach contcst. Watch for them to round out in 51. Jr. High Team s l Winingest of all the teams, the 7th and 8th graders mowed them down 11f3 this season. Capping their triumphal tour of Southern Indiana under Coach Taylors tutelage they added to our trophy case with first place honors at the junior High Invitational Tourney at English. PAGE FORTY-SEVEN ll J if , M! , if 9 L ,. 1 , . ff-F' !..,'ff.5 V7 7' I , L! i' . , . , I, P' MJ.. F 2. I . Em 5 S X' 3 X K .F , IV - PLUTON'lANl1951' The Crowning of The Basketball Queen -A 5 mi? A definite highlight of the net season was the bestowing of the queen's diadem on the Titian locks of Sally Mitchell, frontfrunning candidate of the Sophomore contingent. Balloting for the coveted annual title was restricted this year to the members of the ball club that the gracious lass was to personify. Wheii all of the precincts were in the crown was presented at the impressive ceremony that is pictured above. Complementing the pulchritudinous section of the coronation were Marilyn Hill, senior: Barnetta Parks, juniorq and Glenda Daugherty, representing the freshmen. Extra accolades must he nodded in the direction of Mr. Aylsworth and his aggregation and Mrs. McGehey who helped to set the stage for the rites. PAGE FORTY-EIG HT J L- . . . I- +1-, F-..'. .f- 05.4, n 'r . 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'P sl N PLUTONlAN'1951' Plutocraft Staff J Ns. Editor, Judy Moore: Assistant Editor, Joanne Daugherty: Reporters. James Potts and Sue MeCart5'1 Humor, Zane Vsfiningerg Sports. ,lerry Kerns and Marilyn Hill1 Features, Shirley Matson: Class and Cluh Reporter. Hilda Kearhy: Business Ixlanager, Barbara Lyneh: Advertising, 'lane Simmons: Circulation, .loan Kearhy and blames Fergusong lxlimeograph, VVnyne Brown and Lloyd Kendall and Elmer Comp- ton: Artists. Connie Belcher and Mary Brown and Alma Stevens: Art Advisor, Mr. Kohn, Advisor, Miss Beatty. National Honor Society gaailhk-Judi. 'Q Row 1 - left to right - James Potts, Sue McCarty, Opal Weikert, Elmer Compton, Shirley Matson. Row 2 -- Sally Steinkamp, Joyce Smith, Hilda jo Kearby. Row 3 - Rex Drabing, Ray Begarly, Joanne Daugherty, Carol Morgan. Row 4 - Charles Kirkland, Keith Holland, Philip Kaiser, Willard Owen. PAGE FORTY-NINE , PLUTONIAN' 1951 Hi-Y President ....,.,........................................... Vxfillard Owen Vice President ., ..... jerry Kerns Secretary ..... . . . Elmer Compton Treasurer . . Ray Begarly Chaplain .... ..... 5 Iamcs Potts Reporter . . . . . Bennie Drabing Tri-Hi-Y President .............. ..............................., J oanne Daugherty VieefPresident .... .. . Carol Faye Morgan Secretary ....... ........ J ean Hooten Treasurer . . . . . . Juanita Leonard Chaplain .... . . Hilda jo Kearby Reporter .... ...... ...... . . . Sally Steinkamp PA G E F 1 F -rv , 1: : as IQ lil o o 4: O cn .: .ED E Lick ench Fr PLUTONlANl1951 Chorus L - A Q . Row 1 -Vf left to right f Betty Jones, Opal Lea Weike1't, Patsy Wiiriirger, Lois YVilliinson, Yvonne Oswald, Georgia Harrison, Frances Bundy, Barbara Drake, Helen Tillery, Betty Anderson, Naomi Vv'ellm.1n. Row Z 1 Frankie Clapp, Janice Briner, lean Brown, Inanita Leonard, Mariorie Harrison, Annette Bullington, jean Hootcn, Sally Steinkamp, Flora Elkington, Marilyn fMoore, Marianna Gruber, Bob Goldman. Row 3 - Carl Crowder, Shirle' Tarr, lane Simmons, Sue MeCart f, Ra' Beqarlv. 3 . r 1 james Potts, Bennie Draloing. Joann Burton, Joanne Daugherty, Shirley Matson, Gary Vxfiges. Sextette V71 'F Left to right - Sue McCarty, Frances Mae Bundy, Marilyn Moore, Opal Lea Weikert, jane Simmons, Shirley Matson. Seated - Miss jane Eash. PAG E FIFTY-TWO PLUTONIAN1951 Rhythm Band x The Rhythm Band, composcd of 60 pupils from grades onc and two, gavc fivc pcrformanccs during thc 195051 school year. Thc appcaranccs wcrc .it it hall gamc, P. T. A., Christmas Program, Spring Conccrt, and Achicvcmcnt Night. Directors for thc year wcrc Stella Lou Hornc and Darrell Qualkcnlwush Spccial fcaturcs wcrc Patty Soc Gwen, accordion: jimmic Thurston, liass fiddle: Dorothy Thannhauscn, glockcnspeilg Judy Savagc, hcllsg A. R. Charnos and Jackic Holland, drumsg and Paulcttc Bundy, and Janicc Sue Ballard, vocalists. Sponsors arc Alcda Kcrhy, Gracc Oshornc, Grace Laswcll, and ,lcssic Dickcy. PAGE FIFTY-THREE 143 L1 l PLUTONIAN 1951 Girl's Athletic Association c A A . . J i I , President ............ Grace Andrew Treasurer ..... I ...... Betty Jo Moore Vice President .. . . . . Sally Mitchell Reporter .. .. . Mary jo Kellams Secretary ....... . . . Joann Burton Sponsor . . . . . . Mrs, McGhehey Junior Class Play 1 xxx A The junior Class presented their traditional play on Qctober 20th. An after' noon performance was given for the elementary grades and those that would be unable to attend in the evening. The evening performance was, given before a capacity house of townspeople and students. The play chosen for this year was a campus farce en' titled "The Campus Queen". PAGE FIFTY-FOU R PLUTONIAN 19 Future Honiemakers of America President ............... Nina Sturm Historian .......... Vwfinifred Taylor Viee President ...... Marguerite Riley Parlimentarian .......... .loyee Smith Secretary .......... Edith Wiiieiiiger Reporter ..... . . . Shirley Anderson Treasurer .... .... L averne Wzilters Song Leaders .. .. . Dorothy Purlee Sponsor .... Miss Poole Sellers Yvonne Gilliatt Commerce Club LL I President .......... Hilda Jo Kearby Treasurer Vice President ....... Erelene Gilliatt Reporter Secretary .... . . . Opal Lea Weikert Sponsors . . . . PAGE FIFTY-FIVE . . . . Keith Holland Mary Jane Cave Dimieh, Miss Beatty 1.951 PLUTO IA Published by The Senior Class of French Lick High School ss--az With boundless pleasure, and in appreciation for their belief in young people, with gratitude for the inspiration they have instilled in the hearts and minds of their students, and with thankfulness for the faith they have shown in the Class of 1951, we proudly dedicate the 1951 PLUTONIAN to MR. and MRS. A. E. PERSHING PLUTONIAN A19511 Veterans Agricultural Training Program Mr. Paul M. Howard Instructor 'F VL L i.--acts, ., Mm igwvl-J ij W-we x jc 'L i.MJ"" ' if .1 , W3 X' J-. in, 1 L,-'M X W' Q I l Tv A new member was added to the French Lick Faculty when Mr. Paul M. Howard replaced Mr. R. D. Pratt as the instructor for the veteran's agricultural training program in February of this year. Mr. Pratt left the teaching profession to go into private business at his home in Tennessee. The trainees, who become eligible under the G. l. Bill of Rights, receive a maximum of BOO hours of training, 'ZOO of which are devoted to group classroom inf struction, SO that are devoted to onftheffarm group instruction, and 50 hours of individual instruction that is given on the trainees own farm area. Course objectives include: farm records, soil conservation, crop rotation, dairying, livestock production, and implement repair and maintenance. The agricultural program was instituted at French Lick on October 1, 1948 with an initial enrollment of 25. PAGE FIFTY-SIX ,.-42 L-. , , W,,9, , 'lf A-.,. K 5? Lf. ,..- .p. .h -' A --.J--.. .,:., , 7-3, A A5 ,,.,i,. ,. ,I 7. . ,qi , L X 5, , . . , ,Q , '.I. , in Lf- - ' -' -iff .. ' " , 1. , , uf,.-ffm lv-4. 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From it's earliest beginnings, the National Congress has dared to aspire to a world wherein every child would enjoy health, security, sound nuture, and wise schooling. i ' ' A ."'.',Our' foiificlefs-lilwolild have approved a resolution endorsed by the Executive Committee of nth? National Congress urging that priorities be extended to include materials for building the much needed classrooms for America's school children. i A 1 They would have ,agreed with General Eisenhower's statement ..., 'RTO neglect our school system would be a crime against the future. Such neglect would mean more disaster to all our freedoms than the most formidable armed assult on our physical defenses." ' The National Congress of P. T. A. has supplied the voting power and citizen- ship education needed to turn the tide when issues affecting the welfare of our schools and our children have been at stake. ' It has helped to keep our school open during the years of war and depression . . an achievement for which it received a special citation from the National Education Association. It has raised millions of dollars for equipment to make our schools more efficient and pleasant for our teachers. A It has published, without interruption since 1906, the NATIONAL PARENT TEACHER, devoted to all phases of youth development. Today this magazine has the second largest circulation in the educational field. ' In reviewing our own achievements for the past year we have: Clothed and bought books for the underprivileged in our school. Agreed to finish payments on the new movie projector. I Participated in the Community Council which is responsible for the maintenance of the Youth Center, which was originally sponsored by the P. T. A. Offered study group courses in nutrition and parent education. Sponsored the Brownie Scout Movement. May we, of the French Lick Unit, draw inspiration from the record of the past and pledge ourselves anew to work with our Superintendent and Principal who have given us such splendid cooperation to accomplish even greater things in our own school and community. --:-- Y s PAGE FIFTYLSEVEN ...fs -. -m. PLUTONIAN' 1951 Tri Kappa fScholarship-Charity-Fine Arts, In service to its SCHOOL and COMMUNITY: The local chapter of TrifKappa maintains a scholarship fund from which loans are made available to qualified graduates of F. L. H. S. for higher education. To date approximately 52,000 has been used for this purpose. An annual award of 3510.00 is presented to an outstanding senior girl. A tea for the girl graduates is given each spring and the chapter sponsors one girl to Girl's State each year. It maintains a book shelf in the local library for outstanding books in Fine Arts, and cooperates liberally in community projects. It provides aid for the needy in the form of food, clothing, fuel and other necessities and gives milk and school lunches to underprivileged children. In service to its STATE: TrifKappa state organization projects, into which each local chapter actively participates, are typical of the motives, ideals and morale of the organization. Each year in excess of 34,000 is presented as outright gifts to outstanding high school graduates in the state for further education. The Hoosier Art Salon, whose paintings by Indiana Artists is sponsored by TrifKappa, receives a S5 00 purchase prize for an outstanding painting. Riley Hospital for children is dear to the heait of TrifKappa. In 1924, with a gift of 310,000 a complete 16 bed ward was presented to the hospital and is com' pletely furnished. Since then, gifts are continuous in the form of electric aspirators, oxygenaires, toys, clothing and other hospital equipment. The Northern Indiana Children's Hospital at South Bend was presented an aspirator by TrifKappa to be used in polio cases. S700 is contributed annually to the support of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Student band trips to the concerts have been provided. PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT PLUTONIAN 1951 Daughters Of The American Revolution The National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, was organized in 1890 in Washington, D. C. Membership is composed of women who arc descended from Revolutionary soldiers or patriots. Among the objectives of the now nationfwidc organization are the acquisition and marking of historic spots: marking the graves of Revolutionary soldiers: collecting and preserving historical documents and relics: com' piling genealogical records: promoting institutions for the general diffusion of knowf ledge, fostering love of country and cherishing the institutions of American freedom. The work is accomplished through the medium of committees. The Good Citizenship Committee was created in 1934. Its goal is the appreciation among young people of character building as a basis of good citizenship. Candidates sponsored by any D. A. R. chapter may be entered from any public high school. A senior high school girl from every state is chosen because she possesses, to an outstanding degree, the fine qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. For some years the annual award was a visit to Washington. It became necessary to discontinue this during the war and the presentation of a hundred dollar bond was substituted. Lost River Chapter has, for some years, sponsored the contest in Orange County and more recently in Crawford County, which has no chapter but does have members belonging to the Lost River Chapter. The National Society owns and operates two schools in the mountains in the South and gives substantial aid to others. The Society's headquarters are in Wash' ington, D. C., where it owns a beautiful group of buildings occupying a city block. Here is maintained a very fine museum and one of the finest genealogical libraries in the United States. Both are open to the public. Lost River Chapter of Orange County was organized in 1931 and has at the present time 76 members. Mrs. Clarence Ellis, of French Lick, is the present regent. PAGE FIFTY-NINE The The PLUTONlANi1951 Phi Beta Psi Theta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Psi Sorority was organized in 1949 The organization is a national nonfacademic sorority. object of the sorority is to promote fraternal relationship among its members, to assist in civic improvements, and to do charity work. The National Project of the sorority is aiding in the fight against cancer. Last year the chapter sponsored a girl to Girls State. Shirley Matson was the delegate. They helped support the Christmas Community Fund by donating SSO. They also make provisions for free lunches and have adopted a family to help clothe. 1 Psi Iota Xi Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Psi Iota Xi was installed at West Baden Springs, Indiana, on July SO, 1927. From fourteen charter members, the chapter has grown to an active membership of thirtyfsix. The chapter officers for 1950-51 are: President ..............,....... VicefPresident Secretary .... Corresponding Conductrees . Pianist ...... Advisor ..... Secretary ........ Alberta Abel Mrs. Rachel Carnes Mary Jean Bateman Mrs. Marie Moore Mrs. Margie Elkins Miss Audra Bedster Mrs. Jessie Dickey Mrs. To fulfill their object of furthering charitable enterprises the chapter has main' tained numerous local charity projects throughout the years. The national sorority and the local chapters chose the field of Speech and Hearing Therapy for the national charity project and have contributed a great deal to the advancement of this project. Psi Iota Xi has gained prominence as a sponsor of cultural achievement. The cultural project is the contribution to the maintenance funds of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra. for mankind. Psi Iota Xi Charity is the greatest expression of our love members have realized, to some extent, the joy of doing for others. It is with joyous anticipation we look forward to the coming years and the achievements we may attain. PAGE SIXTY PLUTONIAN 1951 The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 76 Edna M. Cave President The American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 76, was organized in 1926. It's purpose is, to support the program of the American Legion, the rehabilitation of the veterans, and the welfare of the veteran's children. It also serves the community, state, and nation. The American Legion Auxiliary has for a number of years sponsored a High School Junior girl to Hoosier Girls' State in an effort to bring the girls of Indiana a knowledge of the fundamental principles of American government through actual practice and control. Throughout the years we have sponsored Poppy Poster Contests and American Essays. We have also contributed to the health program of the school. The American Legion Auxiliary is always willing and happy to contribute to and participate in any civic or charitable project sponsored by the town or community. Walter W. Benson Post 76 The American Legion NVilliam Wright Commander An organization of veterans of the World Wars, Walter W. Benson Post No. 76, the American Legion has been in existence in French Lick since 1919. Although primarily organized to aid the disabled veterans and the widows and orphans of the war dead, another important phase of the Legions program is that of Community Service. The local post has expressed an active interest in local school affairs. Their best known activities in this regard are: HOOSIER BOY'S STATE g Each year Post 76 sponsors an outstanding boy from the junior Class to Hoosier Boy's State in Indianapolis. The theme of this program emphasizes Citizenship and Government. ORATORICAL- CONTEST - The American Legion sponsors an oratorical contest on a national scale. Contestants compete through their own school, county, district, zone, state and nation for many worhwhile prizes, including 184,000 in scholarships. BAND - The Legion has had a very pleasant relationship with the High School Band during the past few years, making it possible for the band to participate in parades and contests in county, district and state Legion activities. JUNIOR BASEBALL - Last year Post 76 had their first American Junior Baseball Program. This was done with the co-operation of the school and Weaver Motors. This also is a nation wide program and is recognized as one of the outstanding youth activities in existence in the United States. PAGE SIXTY-ONE PLUTONIAN F1951 For Our Protection Chicf Harry Rohhins and Pgitroliniin Edgar Land arc shown abovc flanking the inotto that has hclpcd so inatcrially to uid thc safety factor :it our school. In addition to regulating thc traffic during school hours, they have coopcraitcd with the school at spccial functions and aithlctic activities, casing thc traffic situation and making our school ll safe plzncc to visit. PAGE S IXTY-TWO Autographs . , Pl-UTONlAN1,,951 Plutonian Staff Editor ........ Assistant Editor . Business Editor . . Photography .... Sports ...... jokes .......... Advertising Editor News Editor .... Art Editor .... Subscriptions .... Advisors .... PAGE TWO X nf flg Joanne Daugherty . . . . Hilda Kearby . Mary jane Cave . . . . Joan Kearby Paul Oswald . . . . Jerry Kerns . . . Zane Wininger .. Erelene Gilliatt . . . Mae Gresham . . . 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Indiana IQEWWNWW a QQ WEAVER MOTORS Ford Sales One-Stop Service Body and Fender Repair Wheel Balancing Alignment Service Undercoating Greasing Washing v o Q.. lil no We Service All Makes of Cars A-1 Used Cars and Trucks are F22 Congratulations From BROWNIE'S CENTRAL SERVICE and BROWNIE'S ATLAS TIRE STORE L PHONE 81 FRENCH LICK. INDIANA 9 SPRINGS VALLEY HERALD PRINTING and PUBLISHING PERIODICALS HOUSE ORGANS HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOKS ALL KINDS OF JOBPRINTING We KNOW Our Business ' We Solicit Your Business ni? ,QQ HERFF-JONES C OM PANY Designers and Manu- facturers of school and college jewelry, gradu- ation announcements, medals, cups and tro- Harry Hendrix and Son Southern Indiana Real Estate phies. A INDIANAPOLIS, IND and Jewelers to Insurance FRENCH LICK HIGH SCHOOL French Lick, E. R. SMITH, Indiana Representative Compliments Dr. N. E. Keseric eegwwmwmw QE WHEELER-FOUTCH CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS Deerwood and Stokely Products "You will be pleased with the quality" Phone 114 Orleans, Indiana Yes, Business Pays Well A few months of intensive training after High School will prepare you for one of the better office jobs. For 55 years Lockyears has been preparing young men and women for these opportunities. More than 20,000 graduates testify to the thoroughness of the training and the effective- ness of the free Employment Service in the TRI-STATE. ASK Fon CATALOG' LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE Telephone 5-8157 Evansville, Indiana McMILLAN,S Outfitters to Champions FOI' Over a Quarter of a Century MCMILLAN Athletic Goods Inc. Terre Haute, Ind. are L ,QQ Best Wishes fo the Compliments of Seniors of Ben Schmutzler AMBULANCE SERVICE 1.951 French Lick, French Lick Indiana Amusement Co. Courtesy of Lily Tulip Corporation French Lick, Indiana e QF SQ "Class of 1.951 " May your Success be measured by your Ambition. C4695 Bottling Company 6 of Jasper, Indiana Twin City Dairy Products Produced by the Best Dairy Farms in the Community. Ask For Twin City TWIN CITY DAIRY French Lick, Indiana Phone 172 1 . . K gtg.. 2, :u bl. E 3 Fi: ' - ' Us -I.: "7- .. ' 3259.1 J 1 ' 'fe5r22Z-Sci. aculty 1 ...ua- .-:-: 5.21132 Lhvlxli'-a" "ii2:ulL'J:.1i'C':,..."' ,- ki em ww -v- ..--... Wi". 1 ' 5 - . ,,, 1 p V fr be Il it 1 0 v , ' ,4- K ' - U 4 . ,' x , Y 1 -'v-. - L .1 . v A . . .' W X ' ' ' ". My ', I' A .. .. T , 1 "' At- -...nik ' 'f L. N, IQSQKK Compliments of The Twin City Produce Co. EGGS-POULTRY-CREAM W. H. Beatty Groceries QQ Meats 514 COLLEGE STREET STATE -ROAD 145 Compliments of Best of Luck to all of lou BUTLER,S Recreation Center French Lick, Dr. B. E. Sugarman Indiana French Lick, Compliments of Indlana THE STAR STORE French Lick, Indiana if JH: Courtesy of 9 RITTER S A. BURTON a SON Furniture Store C- E- BURTON fP1'0PJ The Store That Undersells All Others HARDWARE, FURNITURE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Compliments of SPORTING GOODS Dr. C. E. Pierce PHONE 82 DENTIST French Lick, French Lick, Indiana Indiana ATTRACTIVE POSITIONS A good School to attend follow- ing you1' graduation. Special- City Drug Store Incorporated izes in preparing young people for the higher-level positions. FOUNTAIN SERVICE ASK FOR BULLETIN and ' DRUGS CENTRAL French Lick, BUSINESS COLLEGE Indiana Indianapolis we 1-QQ a Q-MDM . 'IC-M52 Compliments of FRENCH LICK SPRINGS HOTEL EF fNf5f5f V 'v'v'v'v4vAv F599 Courtesy of THE Pusuc SERVICE co. THE PASIRY PANIRY of Come To Us For Your Pastries INDIANA Fresh Baking Every Day French Lick, TWIN CITY LUMBER CO. Building Materials of all Kinds Orange County Farm Bureau C0-op Gas, Oil, and Lubricants Electrical S ppl Farm Machinery Free Estimates if "mile" Cheerfully Given F d Seed PHONE 31 FRENCHLICK-oRLEANs Compliments of TWIN CITY FEEDS Master Mix Feeds , SEEDS and FERTILIZER Ben Franklin Store French Lick, Indiana , if' sfjgzex Compliments to The Seniors of H519' GENE D. WININGER SIMMONS STORE K Serving This Community For Over Th' ty-two Y I FINE FOODS QUALITY MEATS CLOTHING SHOES if 1591 FOR THE BEST IN PAINTS Compliments of and 9 HARDWARE ALBRIGHT S SEE General Merchandise I 8 Son West Baden, Hardware Indiana French Lick5 Indiana LINGLE MOTOR COMPANY Chevrolet - Oldsmobile Sales - Service French Lick, Indiana Phone 156 'if fR! K W WESTERN AUTO Associate Store Davis Tires - Tubes Wizard Batteries Truetone Radios P-hone 149-X Kelly's Service Station Standard Oil Products Atlas Tires Phone 77 If You Can't Stop .... Smile As You Go By Compliments of The Home Loan and Finance Company - L 0 A N S - S5200 to S300.00 Compliments of The Little Dress Shop Ladie's and Children's READY TO WEAR AW sWWWWWWWe,'f?fWeeWWWWWWr, Compliments of QUALKENBUSH APPUANCE STORE FRENCH LICK, INDIANA MORGANS GULF STATION GULF GASOLINE MOTOR OILS GREASING WASHING Compliments of R L SAVAGE Your Jeweler PRUETT BROTHERS MEN'S WEAR CLEANING and PRESSING FRENCH LICK, INDIANA Service is our only com modity. Our bank is built upon it Our s u cce s s depends upon it. Our e f f o r t s center around it. French Lick State Bank FRENCH LICK, INDIANA PATRONIZE YOUR REXALL DRUGSTORE O. B. HANCOCK FRENCH LICK, INDIANA fNfN 'if' QL! Compliments of THE GRAND HOTEL AND CAFE French Lick, Indiana To Uur Advertisers. . . We wish to express our ap- preciation for your cooper- ation in helping us to be able to produce this yearbook. The Staff ,QF


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