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

 - Class of 1957

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Best Wishes to The Closs of 1957 CAVE'S PHARMACY Phohel62 FRENCH LICK iNDIANA 1 , l- Fiixig F9095 REASONABLE Piraices GLADYS 8. ROY'S CDPEN SUNDAY i Mile Wesi Highway 56 FRENCH LICK INDIANA CONORATS, CLASS OF '57 P L U T O PASSES TOO! ' ' LINDSEY TRACTOR SALES - LLUL Lmzm soupyyyl T 2 A T ON THE BOULEVARD Phone 291-W FRENCH LICK INDIANA LINGLE MOTOR COMPANY I OLDSMOBILE I SALES SERVICE Pho e I56 FRENCH LICK INDIANA -1 able f "K N ? glpw I IIS IIIIEAJ I ' III , I Q5 O C . O ' Tl-I E N QR FORD AND MERCURY SALES AND SERVICES I I ESTEL WEAVER I: ILL Indiono I I W I I a I I I I I I I. I QI Rapid Transif Co. Sn Garage HOGSIER PETE GAS MOTOR TUNE-LIP GENERAL VVI-IEIEL REPAIRS BALAINICIINIG WE MOVE ANYTHING French Lick Ihdiorwv COLONIAL IS GOOD BREAD Grant Mczrsholl, Distributor French Lick Ir1diOHO Krodel Wholesale, Inc. WHOLESALERS of CANDIES, CIOARS, CIOAIQETTES AND TOBACCO .Iosper Indiono 'fsir' T' !i.jTgg, TfT2??1'e 'I-ETTef'4gC Q1g S if- TT-T T E 1?-is-1'2T3iTf ff 1 iiesyfe elf ll 'fp f f 'T - A ' 'Q f "-3 f fi W ,K ii 2 ,T if - T.,-T T f Y V , T T- T lj- O A - fA Y X l Te Efg E22-eg-Elie 2, A A L A 'ik-igIeff"f-O 2474+ fwee jg' ef 151i E 'KX--i i 5 'fe 4 -T-A T EEST' E EEQDQ' T j fe TY A eT i, :gf j-14' T T' ' - :T - 'Y ' T 'rf 'JT 7 er, TTT T4 ...JTMM Lu? mfifll wi nwla., Farlow Lumber Company QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS Phone QQQI PGOII Indicmo MCCAMPBELL JOHN H. LINDSEY AND SON De-oler in ' LOOS LUMBER T ES Ml! PAVING BLOCKS HARDVVAR Y 1 AIN Bef um. SAV E' 9 in wi f? X ova 4' vamn ala A X Frertih 3 W L LIC .al cp Sf 'r a eBank 63? 5? - I A. ', ,hr NG. 'U A :A Phones E 291- 64-Y P T S French Lick Ind C1 F ch Lick Imdicmu N N N N , ff! Yo M X ' Q f I . Qcg.- X 0 I n f J E f 1 ' k If 'T '-1 .f Q EEZQQS .f- TQ TA v .' 'I C ...a ..... 6- I I ATLAS TIRES - VANDERBILT TIRES BROWNlE'S CENTRAL smnvlcn I I I I I I sim covws - Accsssomis - PARTS BATTERIES - MOTOR TUNE-UP COMPLETE BUMPER TO BUMPER CAR SERVICE I I I If You Are In Trouble, Coll Us Phone 81 FRENCH LICIC INDIANA I I - - ine -L-l 55" Aofograph I f ,JEO ROSE STUDIO t PORTRAITURE I WEDDINGS I COMMERCIAL I SCHOOL ANNUALS I "TocIoy's Picture - Tomorrow's Treasures" QIO Wolnuf Sfreef - Phone T60 ERENCI-I LICK INDIANA I Best Washes Sensors ORANGE COUNTY BANK I 9 5 7 Esfcblushed IB86 WALTER W BENSON Member of POST NO 76 Federal Deposuf Insurance Co p FRENCH LICK INDIANA PAOLI INDIANA wf ff U5f'f I, 'fee' 'F Z' X Q gy ! SL? CASE 8g CONRAD BROTHERS SEE US FOR YOUR LUMBER NEEDS HOUSE PATTERNS MILL WOOD FRENCI-I LICK INDIANA I I of I Ill, NIIIIT1 "f ,5+s?g i,Sfj2 3 vt.-Ee, sz-. -E: - I , : 'NS I I . Z 9-:Ia -I,-n : ' :. v?.y1.- : 654,21-nua AS .. g '-3105 X, ,'f'iTWxIW'x I- - Q I , i ,sf is , ,I N- f -3 -I -is A if Q J 'X I w I f" , s.. ,I I' A ' N , i . I . , f f , AI .Zi K ff 11 1 . I f ,ff 27 sg- , , iff f - ,. .-." A ref if ii X . ' T 1- xl . - , 71 P j' f , ' XXX 'B I H I si Q1 as 5 fi?-' X F we -If f- A ' X N XM K il! D7 I "Our Congratulations to the Class of l957." I 1 1 lu 1 4 1 1 COCA -COLA BoTTL1No Co., INC. Q ,M mums 1 AWE 1 INBOTTLES 1 JASPER INDIANA I 1 THE LATEST IN SEQRTSWEATQ ' 11 ECJE , MEN AND EsoYs ll I OWEN'S SPORT SHOP 11 1 11 "Nationally Advertised Brands at Lowest Possible PriCes." 121 North Maple FRENCH L1CK INDIANA l 1 BEST VVISHES From KELLY'S K ' "The one stop service station" Phone 77 FRENCH LICIC INDIANA TAYLOR'S MARKET "Credit is worth more than money - Do not abuse it." Phone 73 FRENCH LICK INDIANA ff T -S' FLlc:K's ' I -:ff GROCERY X015 ,I 7 7 Q - o G 3 "' 5 I r" 1, li1 - i ZQ ll: I , , 7 fm 1' ' I 1 'A I 1 QUALITY MEATS and GROCERIES Phone 46 FRENCH LICK INDIANA CURTIS MI ,f QQ RADIO 81 TELEVISION SALES - SERVICES Motorola-Philco-G. E. Magnavox - Zenith Phone I67 , lg ' -,,.g.i -.-:tin WeIIs Avenue FRENCH LICK INDIANA GLADYS DENBO B,S. Indiana State Latin, Chemistry and English WALKER DENEHIE B.S. Indiana State Industrial Arts :XX T AM HENRIETTA DENEHIE B.S, Indiana State English and Librarian W?i' BEST vvi5HEs ri2oM BLEDSOE 8. GRIGSBY BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF T957 Your Horne Town CLEANER AND MEN'S WEAR Nofionolly IAXCIVGFTISGCI FCIITIOUS S P R I N G S T H E A T R E Nome Brond Clofhing Science's Loiesf Improved Dry Cieoning Service phone 134W I French Lick Indiono French Lick IndIOnO FOR,HEALTH'S SAKE E ' i2oLLEi'e SKATE T' IIIW Ai The .--.MNA HARRY HENDRIX and SUN oRANeE couNTY SOUTHERN INDIANA REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE - BONDS - Phone IOO EFSDCII Lick Indigng V RoLLER RiNk ,,-ll Phone 291-K French Lick Indiono HERFF JONES CO. Designers ond Monutocturers of Distinctive Closs Jewelry Groduotion Announcements Scholostic Aworcls BEDFORD SUPPLY CO. Your Exclusive Royol Typewriter Deoler Trophies School ond Ottice Supplies Meclols E R SMITH Phone 7595 Representotive IOQO - Ioth Street INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA BGCllOVCl lndiono Congrotuloting COMPLIMENTS the OF Closs of I957 Bug'-I-KELLER gg, N. E. KEsERic, MD. ,vozliy 14 f f NEW ALBANY ,INDIANA FRENCH LICK INDIANA Congrotuloting The Senior CIoss ot I 9 5 7 SI-IEAFFERAS SNORKEL PEN "Pen with the white dot." TOLIVER'S JEWELRY STORE FRENCH LICK INDIANA Best Wishes From BURTON'S MARKET "For those hord-to-find items, try our store." FRENCI-I LICK INDIANA Congrotulotions, Seniors! HARRY'S DINER "The Best Food In Town" FRENCH LICK INDIANA ORANGE COUNTY BEVERAGE CO., INC. Distributors ot Molt Beveroges 24 Hour Ice Service FRENCI-I LICK INDIANA THE BEST PEOPLE IN THE TOWN COME THROUGH OUR DOORS! OUR PATRONS R H O D E S INSURANCE AGENCY Phone I87 French Lick Indiana BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I957 BEN SCHMUTZLER Ambulance Service French Lick Indiana Phone QOI We Otter FRIENDLY LOAN SERVICE HOME LOAN FINANCE COMPANY LOANS 35 TO 5500 Phone 246 I I I College Street START AN ACCOUNT TODAY' Checking Account No Service Charge No Minimum Balance Savings Account SimpIe Easy Thrift Account Interest Paid THE WEST BADEN NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation AT - ' I -Convenient -Qi :jg - Compliments ot, TWIN CITY PRODUCE FRESH DRESSED POULTRY ON ICE Phone 27-Y French Lick lncliono BILL ANDREWS BARBER SHOP "As Alvvoys - Bock ot the School" Compliments ot V A L L E Y BARBER SHOP Bye oncl Moin French Lick Indiono THE STAR STORE, INC. EVERYTHING TO EAT EVERYTHING TO WEAR Phone 20 French Lick Incliono SIMMONS STORE CLOTHING - SHOES KITCHEN WARE QUALITY FOODS - MEATS French Lick Indiono CITY DRUG STORE Incorporated FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND DRUGS French Lick Indiono Compliments ot THE LITTLE DRESS SHOP PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF INDIANA,INC. Good, low cost electric service to more thcin 700 communities in 70 counties in Indiono. From fry pons to freezers, electric opplionces help you live even better -tor less! COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF BURTON'S GARAGE DR. K. W. TRITLE I-IILLHAIVI INDIANA ORLEANS INDIANA SMITH'S SUPER MARKET BEST WISHES ERCIVI "Shop with us for fine qualify foods." NORTQN INDIANA ORLEANS INDIANA BUTLER'S LAUNDRY TURNER CREAMERY cmd CLEANERS COMPANY Hput your duds in Butlel-,S Sudsin Qualify Ice Cream of Lowes? Prices On The Boulevard Phone I22-W PAQLI INDIANA WEST BADEN INDIANA MARY POE'S 7 - U P RESTAURANT BOTTLING CO. CLEAN HOME COOKING CHICKEN 8. STEAKS PARTIES CATERED TO FRENCH LICK INDIANA 00" up U Vbjbe 7 P 7 A WEST BADEN INDIANA Complimemof QUALKENBUSH APPLIANCE STORE T W I N C I T Y LUMBER COMPANY QUALITY MERCHANDISE French Lick IUCIIGVTO French Lick Indign Compliments of T A X I S T A N D French Lick lndiono Complirnenis ol PURKHISER'S MARKET French Lick lndicm Compliments of TWIN CITY FEED COMPANY French Lick lndigng BEST VVISI-IES SKILL SHOE SHOP French Lick Inclion LAN E'S MOTOR LODGE West Boden Iridigng EDUCATION FOR BUSINESS CAREERS You ore invited To ofrencl Cenrrol following groduotion from F,L.l-LS. Centrol speciolizes in preporing ombiiious young people quickly for the higher-level posiiions C E N T R A L BUSINESS COLLEGE 802 N. Meridion ST. lnclioncipolis COMPLIMENTS OF BARKSDALE'S ANDY'S s T o R E RESTAURANT and FOf DRIVE -IN SERVICE MEN AND WQMEN Phone I Indig PAOLI INDIANA CornpIirnents of B 0 B , S DR. EDWARD T. UYESUGI WeS,MGmS,ree, Paoli Indiono pooli Indi E L L I S Compliments of F U N E R AL H O M E R H Y S R H O D E S Phone 24I5 French Lick Indiono Ii IVIdI MQRGAN INDIANA GULF STATION W West Baden Indiono HANDLE COMPANY Monutocturers of BALL BATS - HANDLES CRQQUET SETS Pooli Indi COMPLIMENTS Sincere Beef Wishes OF I TOWN 84 COUNTRY W. V. RITTER 81 SON SHOP AMBULANCE SERVICE FRENCH UCK 'NIMNA FRENCH LICK INDIANA coIvIRLIIvIENrs VALLEY OF FRENCH LICK FEED EXCHANGE FURNITURE STORE GOOD FURNITURE FOR LESS STALEY'S FEED Phone 92 COMPHMENTS Sincere Best Wishes OF G R O M E R ' S E. E. THACKER THE FAMILY SHOP FRENCH LICK INDIANA FRENCH LICK INDIANA MARATHON CompIImenTs of A SIAIDARD MARATHUN I. L. MCCARTY G U Y L O V E FRENCH LICK INDIANA French Lick Indigng fx COMPLIMENTS IN OF FRENCH LICK INDIANA WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE RAYMOND BEATTY FRANK cmd BEE FARM BUREAU CHATTERBOX PAOLI INDIANA POALI NEWS - REPUBLICAN PAOLI VARIETY STORE MILLER'S APPAREL N ORLEANS INDIANA f HIMEBAUGH'S CONGRATULATIONS From BEST VVISI-IES HANGERCS- GARAGE From B L HILLI-IAM INDIANA YGUR LOCAL JEWELER I Sincere Best Wishes FRENCH LICK INDIANA I LOMAX 81 DOERNER EVANSIVILLE INDIANA RUTH JACKMAN B.S, Indiana State Commerce and English KRT, I v E J 5 v ELIZABETH ELLIS B.S. Indiana State Music and Art in.-ff JO ANNE KELLAM5 B,S, Indiana University Home Economics and Cafeteria , I uri . r '- -H ' ', ,Q Y Q ' , ' ' W? ' - Ai g , 'QA, - ,. ' Bef -f an 'Ev--, 1 3 3 5?J12E'9f,J11iq.lL,."f.34-:Q l.45Qig3'i..5?.i, ff'4 ,ff3.2.l'f'?3.,Lff,, Sf, 'Q-: J ' " " ' N 1 I I A ' 1 , -' -' 1 I ' x w 12, 2 1 1 E' " .195 fx ' X , K f N J L.,.:k?v1l, 1 353 4 ' . g fi-'L' f n 1 .A 1, Y 1 ' ff 1 ' fx I ' s, , ' I 5- X l . 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Tar. w: ' ' fx,fKN, " IAN. x X" xx- .' - ' .' .'l H w' cxr :NM X ','. Nl Ulf' SL . si-' 1 .4 F' if SS an .QV ' -E71 31, -f ga ' .fi rf. 4 f., lil' .4 ' 55 f. 25 -v ' Fi 53 a ' I6 S 'Z. . l .fi -C 5 , J u li fu ff: . if.: A 15 "I 'Mfg ,,, ..,- ,.3 ' 5' . -1 1 P7 -if ,fi rv !f. vip fi 3.x V7-' 11:1 'sr A: 5' ni 3 ki . ff we AF IZ Q. n-1:-f 1' I X WARREN KEYSER B.S. Indiana Central Social Studies 5 91:5 91 ' . 1 ' 'f ' f r "W-V' LOUISE NOBLE A.B, Oakland City English HANNAH LINDSEY B,S, Indiana State Commerce and Plutonian lsmem' SIfI"l'I,l'1Dll"fN'IxF? , , Y -.,,fNJE fn ALTA M, PERSHING Q7 W 7x15 ,JA XTGXI ily' WX A.B. De Pauw University Q' UH il C ' ' " .71 History and English it 0 H VENEDA RIDENOUR B,S. Oakland City Physical Education and Health 7' .C 3. -J sa I L ' 4 ,C .,A. F . 4 .,.. nd W 1, 'x 1- . 1' v. A., ' ,fs Tv KENNETH RILEY ' H ---- B.S, Oakland City 1 1 Commerce and History -v lf" The E . 3 gm ,vw URJRL n1.ffT7fJk6 g boar cc Nw Y'-N I,- J' EDNA CAVE 1- B,S, Indiana University Fifth Grade XNWM ww., 6,4232 4 t ,N .f gp I if HAZEL BLEDSOE B,S, Oakland City Fifth Grade JESSIE DICKEY B,S, Indiana State Fourth Grade ,S, Indiana Sta WILMA FLICK .S. Indiana Sta Third Grade 9 Yr t xi. '- 'j I 1' I 1' I f 1 A ,W z 'f ,r Nl 5 I I if-1 I 5,420 - GRACE LASWELL Second Grade V: ny mn la -HH -25' -9-'L - is-,-BQ Wu . 11 X ' z CLAIRE KEARBY .S. Indiana State x ONI Q N x GEOS rx xl CJ ', .FSVQ A af' riff Fourth Grade a api!!! 35,qQ',Hi7,IF4' Q ll. .11 ' saw: -.rr . f-eff., .f 'S ,I,2-5t? :.5f J - V7 .1 1' ' 31125. AVS ff- ,451 S 5 we MARMYN QUALKENBUSH B,S, Indiana State Second Grade .X -od K. X. l , LEON MILLS B.S, Oakland City Sixth Grade DOROTHY REYNOLDS B,S, Indiana State Third Grade ELSIE THURSTON Superintendent's Secretary is KATHLEEN WALLS B.S, Indiana State First Grade L .1 37 f' 'di au, f ' 'A 'zz' '. Q- -J M24 455 , ,. A . 4' 4 'Q 1 . .,' ' ' -4 1 W n . ,, Wfi ff fff,,ffr4 aj f , ,,:,',, A V, ,gb ,J if N, EH! :wi f , uf, Qf'F.,: , A Q 4555 1' Iraq,- , O . 1 ' R, 4.3 J' -f 'T' I .1 ff' ri: , 4 .Sv hq 'A ,. A- 2 . 4' ,fgyfiiszii . A-, . 1, :U cf . A . gif ,si .A I. .1 545 x -I .. I? vu -' . t q 3.4 I ij 4 - Q up 9 i R 1 S S WNW W 4g -Sill, I XXX S X :- F W9 s V V- S- N SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS S Howarth EUGENE ALLEN "Men of few words are the best men." I Letterrnen's Club 4, I Track 3,43 Cross- country 3,45 Hi-Y 3,4. I I BLLLY .IOE BARKLEY "Talkative, not at all, just for time he likes to stall." DOREATHA BROWN "Two can live as cheap as one, and I will prove it," Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplin 4g Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play. .IUDY ANN CASE "She's neat, she's sweet, from her head to her feet." G,A,A, l,2,3,4, Plutocraft 3,-lg Plutonian 4, Band lg Chorus l,i, Commerce Club 2,3,-lg Nutrolml Honor S-ocrcryg Girls' State, Girls' State Good CIUZCII' ship Award. x in-I' .--Q, vi YW 4 9' ,S f' I I 5,1 0 '-" . lk, ,uf xt ,IL j. ,UI 1,1 ,,lrI , . Q , z 'Zi v Lf! 'I ,,,, .. I - !. A X fv- Zio? 'Q-"" Y it 1 fx- . '.,..-y is ,Y ,O 1 'ft Inj' 'N-5 I' ff' Y lat '5T'm 'X-T i' EILEEN ANDERSON "There's a gleam in her eye wherever she goes, what she will do next nobody knows." F.H.A. 3, 4. SHARON KAY BLEDSOE "Full of wit, full of fun, she's in love with everyone G,A.A. l,2,3,4, Reporter Senior Rep. 3, Plutocraft 4, Chorus l,'2, 3, Plutonian 4, Commerce Club 2,3,4, Sec 3, Junior Class Play, Girls' State, Class Rep. 4, Librarian 4. CHARLES EDWARD BURTON I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I "There are no lazy men, l, If? go just ha'ven't found' the worli for which I am suited." ff-'N ,.4"'r""' X, - ' .Q lf ' 1, , - 'K' 'A' f ft I . I ,I ' sw O- fd! 'Q 1 ' ' 4-.al ff-fw.v I ,M I III ADRL-KN GENE COLLINS "To work or not to work-- that is the question. " Plutocraft 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. I I I I I I I I I I I LIIARILYN ELAINE CRECELIUS "Quiet, sweet, and pleasant to meet. " 'nf' I ,I -fa' A sl -, 'V 7'??fw1KW1 V . t 'Y Y ARL DAVID CROWDER I "Silence is the virtue of ,V es . f A ,mv-1, 6,3 the wise." Q. I' 'v F Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Chaplin 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1,2,3g Lettermen's Club 3,4- Junior Class Play, Basketball 4, National Honor Society, Boys' State, Class Pres. 1. INCENT GENE CROWDER "To work or not to work, that is the question." Plutonian 4, Typing Award 3. DONNA HELEN DORSETT "So quiet she seems, and so still and wise, 'till we see the twinkle in her eyes." chorus 2,35 F,H,A, 3,4g Tri-H1-Y 3,4. fry, 'X lf' .:s.' tp 'jeff . 'F' W5 i .r NX s, 'Wh--' X -qvvf Q? 'ix Tit! BILLY JOE CROWDER "Even I get into trouble sometimes." Basketball l,2, 3, 43 Letter- men's Club 3,45 Hi-Y 3, Golf 3,45 Boys' State Alternate, Plutonian 3, AMES W, CROWDER "No man can live piously or die righteously without a wife. " Plutocraft 3,4g Lettermen's Club 4, Basketball l,2,3,-4. SHIRLEY ANN DARNELL "Carefree, gay, full of fun she is liked by everyone." G,A.A, 3,4, F.H,A, 3,4g Plutonian Ass't Editor 4, Class Sec. 4. PAUL MICHAEL DOTSON "Not too sober, not too sm gl gay, but a real good fellow in every way." 'Nf Af- , .mr Plutonian 3, 4. DORIS LOUISE EMMONS "A woman's heart, like the moon, is always changing, but there ls always a man ln it. " F,H,A, 4gCh0l'US1,2,3g Band lg Commerce Club 2,3,4 FRANK EDWARD HOBSON "I am what I am, and that is all that I am." Hi-Y 3,45 Sec. 4, Plutocraft 4, Plutonian 4, Chorus 1,2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3,45 Track l,2,3,4g Junior Class Play: Cross-country l,2, 3, 45 Basket- ball l,2,3,4g National Honor Society, Boys' State, Class Rep. 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Sec. and Rep. 3, Treas. 4, Baseball 3,4. DAVID REX HUNTLEY "Oh, he's little, but he's wise, he's a terror for his size." Junior Class Play, Plutocraft 4. GARRY WA RDEN KEARBY "Take care of me, good men are scarce." WW' 'E fs !"D f 'Bill' if .. 'bv OTIS GENE HARRIS "Onward boys! If you sight work, come back and we'll go another way, " Plutocraft 3, 4, 5 I ,l F I I I l RANDALL LEE HOLLAND 1 "Basketball is his specialty, A I ' 'pak A V Q I X books his weakness, and 5 1 X , ' ,,, X everyone his friend." Rxgcff Basketball l,2,3,4, Baseball, l,2,3,4g Track 2,3,4g Band' 2,3,4g H1-Y 3,4g Boys' stad , Lettermen's Club 3,4g Plutof nian 45 Plutocraft -lg Class I Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4. 1 4 v l 1 ' GEORGE EDWARD JONES l 'S9' H "Why worry? That's what I N fs Q b 1 the teachers get paid for." I tg 5 f if Go, I u 'Q E -V , a 'ev' -I. ' 1: . .. A Q ' 1: 5: wh' , Q l V R . ' u jf' ' HARRY GORDEN KEARBY - "Roll on, old world, and ' - l'1l mn with you." fl . rf 'R 'UQ csv' 1 'dw -Q--9 - I A A I ' A I N l I Au N so css I 4lCI-lAEL HAROLD KINSEY "The reward of a thing well done is having done . it." Basketball Mgr. 1, Hi-Y 3,45 Baseball Mgf. lg Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Band l,2, 3,4, National Honor Society, Plutocraft 4, Plutonian 4, Boys' State Alternate. yIARL WAYNE MCLANE "Work is work and must be done, nevertheless I'1l have my fun. " Baseball 1,4, Basketball l, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross- country 3,4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Plutocraft 4. PONNA SUE MORGAN "Quiet and shy, but always ready for a little fun." Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Commerce Club 2, 3,4, Plutonian 4. JDITH JOAN NICHOLSON "A smile for every girl , and two for every boy." F.H,A. 3,4, Historian 4. .2 .af 4 B ' 4 S , .A lt 4 4 : 56 A 'O .fr s , f Q . 1 s ' ' K ' . .. HEY f ' l 76. -- L- - . 'fr pr' .gunn- im-r x I 5 ' , "-, A 'Q ' . - 5,37 Yx'fvr'.i ,P kr mf.-.Q l Y-:1F"a' ' -mm-' -r-rr'5,' 'Q 0, , SY X1 ga ggi N Q, .Xi gi. 'G-.. --..-..a" ff-x 5 4. lm. "5-S, xg , J .ff 1 1 . .Ng ,, A ,Y y f' "ZZ y 4 X JANET SUE LINDSEY "Always laughing, never sad, sometimes naughty, but never bad. " -F,H,A,1,2,3,P1utoni GARRY LEE MILLS 3l'l "lf silence were golden, he'd be bankrupt." Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Plutocraft 4. GLEN EDWARD MORRIS "Let us eat, drink, and be merry." Lettermen's Club 4, Track 3,4, Cross- country 3, 4. GARIE LYNN NOBLE "It's not what you do, lt's what you get caught doing . " Plutonian 4, Student Mgr 2,3,4, lettermen's Club 3,4, Golf l,2,3,4p Boys' State Alternate. THOMAS ALLAN PEDERSON In argument too, he showed S great skill, for even though vanquished, he'd argue still. ROBERT RAY POLLOM "There are two sides to every argument, the wrong side and my side." Plutonian 4, Lettermen's Club 3,4g Golf 2,3,4. DON HAROLD QUALKINBUSH "Never think, it might dis- turb your mind. " FLETA La VERNE RILEY "My idea of an agree- able person is one who agrees with me." G.A.A.1: F.H.A. 1.2. 3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Chorus 33 Commerce Club 2,3,4, District Treas. F.H,A. ." .i, nw y , .lsaffwn . J ,af Ag, Q V x 11-2 1 '. 1 -'N-.4 C . , , , . wg.-F' f if-v L la 4 'sv' ' 'X. , N I , fc -3' A xli b X ! l I iii' qv'?'f 1 "Leave silence to the R saints, I am but human. " G,A,A. l,2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Yi 2,3,4, Plutocraft 4, Chorus Ei 2,3g Commerce Club 2,3,4-, JANET PURKHISER Q "Always jolly and care- im V free, life may be dull, but never she. " Band1,2,3,4g G,A,A, 1,2, f 3,45 Majorette 1,2,3,4, Tri-xl H1-Y 2,s,4, Drum Majofenel 4g Junior Class Play, vice- Pres. 3g Cheerledaer l,2,3,4lj Plutocraft 4, National Honor :Q Societyg Commerce Club 2,35 4, Chorus l,2,3. '1 ji if ANNETTA REYNOLDS "A good disposition li is more valuable than gold." r G,A,A. l,2,3,4g Tri- r H1-Y 2,3,4g sec. 4, Plutocraft 4, Chorus l, 2, 35 Band 1,2,3,4g Commerce p Club 2,3,4, Rep. 4, Nationfl Honor Society. I I JAN ICE ROSE SAN DERS I "Don't let books interfere with your week end." Band l,2,3g G,A,A. 1,2, 3,4g Junior Class Play, Commerce Club 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1,2, 3, Girls' State, Plutocraft 45 Queen Candi- date 3. RUTH EVELYN PISTNER ,AGGIE ANNABELL STREET "Sealed lips mean a great thinker. " Plutonian Editor 4, Tri-Hi Y 4, Junior Class Play, National Honor Society, Social Science Award. SRRY RAY SUMMERS "Don't take life too seriously, you will never get out ot it alive anyway. " Track 3, 4. NNA LOIS UN DERHILL "If men interfere with your work, quit work. " G,A,A, 1,2, Chorus 1,2, 3, Commerce Club 2, 3,4, Plutocraft 4, Plutonian 4, Girls' State Altemate. JNNIE MAE WALTERS "If mischief admits one to heaven, she is well on her way." F,H,A,1,2,3, G.A,A,1,2. JFS "2- .WX ,Q-.1-3,-fsfx N. K t sr. . W ? Wilt -5535, ' 5 .fffifit 1 cw, l V, Q , ,M-'Q - -4 1 'Q Q i ,,,,.y RSL.-'W' x M 1, ' ' 'W'-'TS-'ffffq N .' --. 3 t JUDITH ANN SUGARMAN "A cute girl, a witty girl, a girl so full of fun, a care- free girl, a brainy girl, a thousand girls in one." Band l,2,3,4, Chorus l,2,3, Plutocraft Ed. 4, G,A,A, l,2,3,4, Plutonian 4, Junior Class Play, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Drum Majorette, Major- ette l,'2,3,4, National Honor Society, DAR Good Citizen, Girls' State, Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4 RICHARD TARR "He never troubles trouble until trouble troubles him. " Plutocraft 3, 4, Pluto- nian 4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Track 3, Cross- country 3, Basketball 3,4. ALICE JANE WALTERS ' FX s A ,U . k 4 . . "Alice is here, and R ' Alice is there, why, ff' .. Alice is just every ef g , ' where." F.H,A, l, Commerce Swv..-nf' c,.: 4 ai'- N344 Club 2, 3,4, Plutonian 4. PATRICIA JUNE WALTERS "The Queen of whom we are all proud." G,A,A. l,2,3,4, Pres. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-Pres 4, Plutocraft 3,4, Chorus l, 2,3,Band1,2,3,4, Commerce Club 3,4, Pres. 4, Cheerleader 3, National Honor Society, Girls' State, Majorette l,2,3,4, Oratory Award 2,3, State Twirling Award 3,4, Drum Majorette. WA YNE JUNIOR WALTERS "They say the good die young--Boy, ani I takincg care of 1iiysell." Track 2, Plutonian 3, Plutocraft 4. DARRELL DEAN WINEINGER "A fine fellow in hoth word and way, we'll hoost hint all the way." lli-Y 23,45 Chaplin 4, Junior Class Play, llaskethall lg Pluto- nian 4. R -sg, Q "-'A Aw, iv.: 1:1 ies, ' lt I Www l t . a'46v9N' ' , uf , w xp uk 7 -.,f CLASS SONG DENNIS RAY WEIKERT "A joiiy good fellow, and ' how he can talk!" Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 33 Pres. 4, Chorus 2,35 Letter- 1 men's Club 3,43 Track 2,3,4- Cross-country 2, 3,4-, Basket- ball l,2,3,4, Baseball lg Class Vice-Pres. 1, Class Pres, 2,3,4. JANET IRENE ZIEGLER "Speech is great, out silence is ereater. " F,H,A. 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. F5 Qlo the tune ofthe song: 'Graduation Day'J lt's a time for joy, a time for tears, A time we'll treasure through the years, We'll remember always Graduation Day. At the Senior Prom we danced 'till three, And because of love and memories, lVC'lll'CIllEll'IDC1' always Graduation Day. Through we leave in sorrow All the joys we've known, We can face tomorrow Knowing we'll never walk alone. When French Lick High is far behind No matter where our paths may wind, we'll remember always Graduation Day. I E I ll Mike Kinsey Carl Crowder Judy Sugarman Bill Barkley 24 l 4 I 1 V WMM WM mlm WM Mfg A 2 XMWQZZ7 3 DW pf? V Qgmyff f W 'DF W 3 6 fo M QJQEWGWV MQIWQ 4QwW,ZW My . - Dj Zjfwfwgigw ffmwgw AMW WMMKZW QAMWZLW -7fM7,W WWWWKJMQE ggwmq JKMHMMWM M GZL-X ?.J3"fM Wu 2 g,g,4,4,,, HQZEKLJZMJ 224 fwffw 337 if LQ f J . 59141 wwf CLASS HISTORY We, the Senior Class of 1957, of French Lick High School, French Lick, Indiana, started our high school career in September of 1953 with eighty-two students under the guidance of Mr. and Mrs. Pershing. Our officers to lead us through this first year of many changes were: President ....... Vice-President. .. Secretary. . . .. Treasurer... Reporter... ...Carl Crowder ...Denny Weikert ...Frankie Hobson ...Judy Sugarman ...Janet Purkhiser Janet Purkhiser was elected as cheerleader, and Thelma Flick our candidate for Basketball Queen. In September of 1954, we entered school again under the new name of Sophomores, with the loss of seven students. Miss Day and Mr. Southwood. Class officers for this year were: President ....... Vice-President. .. Secretary ..... Treasurer... Reporter. . Our sponsors this year were Denny Weikert Frankie Hobson Thelma Flick ...Judy Sugarman ...Janet Purkhiser ... Janet Purkhiser and Judy Sugarman were elected as cheerleaders, with Pat Walters being our candidate for Basketball Queen. In the fall of 1955, sixty students enrolled as Juniors under the guidance of Mrs. Kellams, Mrs. Lindsey, and Mrs. Osborn. The following officers were elected to represent the class for this year: President ...... Vice-President. .. Secretary ..... Treasurer.. Reporter.. On October 21, l955, the Junior under the sponsorship of Mrs. Osborn. The following girls were sent to Sharon Bledsoe, Janice Sanders, and The following boys were sent to Hobson, and Carl Crowder. ...Denny Weikert ...Janet Purkhiser ...Frankie Hobson ...Randall Holland .. Thelma Flick Class sponsored the play "Deadly Ernest" Girl's State: Judy Sugarman, Judy Case, Pat Walters. Boy's State: Randall Holland, Frankie Janet Purkhiser, Judy Sugarman, and Pat Walters were elected cheerleaders for this year, and Janice Sanders our candidate for Basketball Queen. 26 CLASS HISTORY In the fall of 1956, fifty-three students enrolled to finish their high school career under the leadership of Mrs. Jackman and Mr. Katter. The following officers were elected to carry out this final year: President ....... ...Denny Weikert Vice-President.. ...Randall Holland Secretary ....... ...Shirley Darnell Treasurer... ...Frankie Hobson Reporter.. ...Sharon Bledsoe Janet Purkhiser and Judy Sugarman were elected as cheerleaders for this year, and Pat Walters was chosen candidate and elected Basketball Queen for the 1956-1957 season. The class chose yellow rosebuds as their flower. "Not at the top, but climbing" was chosen as their motto and blue and white for their class colors. .fl Q3 27 NAME Howard Eugene Allen Eileen Anderson Daniel Keith Baker Billy Joe Barkley Sharon Kay Bledsoe Doreatha Brown Charles Edward Burton Judith Ann Case Aclrain Gene Collins Marilyn Elaine Crecel Billy Joe Crowder Carl David Crowder James W. Crowder Vincent Gene Crowder Shirley Ann Darnell Donna Helen Dorsett Paul Dotson Doris Louise Emmons Otis Harris ius NICKNAME Howard Andy Tex Frenchie Cremuss Dee Dee Ed Judy Abe Mars Sara Skeeter Curly V.C. Squirreley Penny Spacey Dorsky Otie PASTIME Flying an airplane Listening to the radio Working at Kelly's Skating and dancing Music Being with Richard Walls Driving a car Cooking Working in mimeo room Listening to hillbilly music Driving a car Music Working in mimeo room Sleeping and eating Sewing and talking Writing letters Reading science- fiction Writing letters Sleeping 28 SAYING Good lord! How about that? I reckon That's about the size of it Bugg Out King don't care Oh, yeah! Oh, gee! Think we got time? Drop dead! Well, Imean after all. Get lost! Shut your mouth be fore I slap it full of half dollars Well, what do you know? Oh! you devil! Oh! you nutl I'm sleepy! Iallowg Reasonable I hope to tell you A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 MBITION . To be a pilot . Housewife . State cop . Publish a book of poems . Airline stewardess , Preachers wife . Hell driver . Nurse . Pro. baseball player . Go to Dubois and build a mansion . Out run Danny B. When he becomes a state cop Go to the moon with Spacey . Graduate . To be a man . To pull Randy Holland to school in a little red wagon . Housewife . First to go to the moon . Drive Bill Huff's Ford convertible . Graduate I LEAVE My pastime to Donald Hagan. My Business Law Book to my brother Robert providing he can get more out of it than I did. My height to Kenny Riley My hair to Mr. Katter. My Bookkeeping book to anyone who thinks they can get it. The right to Lucindia Boyer to make a wedding gown in Home EC. class providing she can cause Mrs. Kellams more trouble than I did. My Ford to anybody who wants it. My blushing to Donna Darnell. My place in the mimeo room to anyone who wants it. My brother to any girl that wants him. Free! My "39" Chevie to any "hot rod" fan. My place in band to Don Sugarman. My curly hair to Mr. Katter providing he combs it more than I did. My deepest sympathy to next year's Government class. My dark brown eyes to Caroleen Hobson. My Government book to Richard Butler providing he uses it more than I did. The nickname Spacey to anyone who likes to read science-fiction books. My long blonde hair to Gloria Zeigler providing she keeps it blonde. My place on the Plutocraft Staff to Bennie Lindsey providing he is more quiet than I was. 29 Frank Hobson Randall Holland David Huntley Edward Jones Garry Kearby Gordon Kearby Michael Kinsey Janet Lindsey Carl McLane Gary NH1ls Donna Morgan Glen klorris Ioan Nicholson Garie Noble Ruth Pistner Thornas Pederson Robert Pollom Janet Purkhiser Donald Qualkinbush Hobby Shorty Rex Eddie Watt Kearby Nlike Speedy Mac Zeke Susie Pedro Io Tuwaa Jughead Tom Jack Jan Don Tinkering with cars and trucks Hunting and Hshing Hot rodding around Baden school Bothering Hobart Flick Baseball Listening to the radio Sleeping Playing the piano Sports Working hdusic Hunting Being with Jack and eaung Playing golf Playing records Squirrel hunting Coundng my money Writing to Sandy Hunting 30 Aw, that? okay 111 be darned! Oh, yeah! Oh, mientgat! None Well, my gosh! 111 go along with that I'H shut up Dog gone! Oh, yeah! In a minute! See youlater, gator! Oh, heavens Just anything I getready tosay Shoot! All for one, one for all! Howdy! Whatto do? Whatto do? Yeah, un huh! Public accountant Pro, basketball player To be a man To be president Play baseball Be president Play drums in Stan Kenton's band Make just one A in Bookkeeping Road runner! Be able to stay out of Eddie Burton's way The president's private secretary Get out of the Army Reserves To be a housewife Anything I take a notion to do Nurse To be an engineer Be secretary 85 treas. of the U, S, Meet Elvis Presley Get rich quick My right to carry the school's money around to anyone, providing they don't spend it. To the unfortunate ball players the No. 54. It is the continuous gripe of the ball fans. My flat-top to Mr. Riley. The right to be the quietest boy in any class to Doug Allstott. My ability to drive to anyone who has a license! The right to be bashful to anyone who wants to be! My place in speech class to Butch Schmutzler providing he can stay awake. The right to keep their gum behind their ear in Government class to some unsuspecting Jr. My seat in Business Law providing it fits them better than it did me. My car to anyone who likes to push a power-glide. My English book to anyone willing to study. My place on the cross-country team to anyone crazy enough to try out for it. My job typing stencils to any Ir. girl providing she makes less errors than I did. My place on the golf team to Butch Schmutzler. My job in the office 6th period to anyone who likes to loaf. My Physics book and seat to anyone who thinks he can do better than I did. My Physics book to anyone stupid enough to take it. My four years as cheerleader to Sonya Ellis. My still to Doug Allstott. 3 1 i Annetta Reynolds Fleta Riley Janice Sanders Maggie Street Judy Sugarman Jerry Summers Richard Tarr Anna Lois Underhill Alice Jane Walters Bonnie Walters Patricia Walters Wayne Junior Walters Denny Weikert Darrell Wineinger Janet Ziegler Gertie Fliji Jan Mag Sugar Grease Dickie Ann Tootie Bon Pat Stud Denny Diz Janey Bird Music Sewing Being with Everett Reading Music Hunting Working in the mimeo room Writing letters and working in mimeo room Writing letters Listening to Elvis Twirling Driving a car Hunting Reading the Bible Listening to the radio 32 Sure you will, Well! vw "You reckon? Oh, dear! Ideclarel Huh? I allow Gee Willikersl J Heavens! Gosh! Shoot! Oh you! Ah, sugar If the good lord is willin' and the creek don't rise Oh, my! Math teacher Housewife To live a long life Research chemist Phy. Ed. teacher Technician Electronics Get the Plutocraft out on time. Airline hostess Secretary at wife Secretary in Dun- can Meter Co. Florist Truck driver or crane operator To own a three-wheel Cadillac on the moon Minister To get rich and travel around the world. My 6th period lunch hour to anyone who likes a late lunch. My seat in Home Ec. class to anyone who likes to sew four years as I did. My three study halls to someone who needs the sleep. My hair to anyone who wants to take care of it. To my brothers, Don and Davie, the "divine" privilege of spending their next few years in the halls :EL class rooms of F,L,l-l,S, My hair to Bob Kendall and my brains to Jaws Dixon. My feathers to Rooster Kendall. My half of being Fashion Editor to Shirley Beck provid- ing she can do a better job of drawing than I. My typing eraser to Janet Owen, if there is any left! My Bookkeeping to anyone who wants to think for the first time! The right to enter oratorical contest to my sister Joann My temper to Kenny Riley! My fast talking to anyone who can keep up. The right to be called Reverend in F,L,H.S, to David Elkins. My good times in F,L.H.S. to my sister Gloria. 33 PROPHECY "In a quaint caravan, there's a lady they call the Gypsy. She can look into the future and drive away all your fears. Everything will come right if you'll only be- lieve in the Gypsy." Ah--Ah--What's this we see in our crystal ball? It's dim,,.wait..,no it's clear. Why, it's the year 1967! We see a city, a beautiful City of Tomorrow with it's atomic cars and steel homes. Who is this we see? Why it's Eddie-glories splitting rocks at the French Lick Sand Stone Company. Inside the office is 5-ob-ELLBQII-clm, the new president of the company. As we rub our crystal ball and peer closer, we see a famous office building. There Surrounded by SfeU08YaPhefSf lfL?.1l.biLC.P.Pli9Ef Q2LU-!5.ELfl9E?.f ElEf3lLiULd3li9EL 22225. Walters, Donna Dorsett, and -Agri-Ill:-d-QLQLQA is Eddie-lgirton, multi-millionaire executive -Ali-Zizv-'h-ata,-t-ITE-we-sec? in Eddie's mind? It seems he has never forgotten his old girl friend, Alice-W-alle-5, Alice ran away with the man-about-town, QLQ-EELLQ. In another part of thi-City of Tomorrow with it's gliding sidewalks, we see a very modern hospital. Inside is Biilh-llgj-ner-, head scrub nurse, assisting Dr. lliflj-jj-ggi-nla-rl in her experiment. Dr. Sugarman is performing an operation on lilitlilyli--Q-r-efelirib Marilyn is an expert bookkeeper for Moonglow, Inc. Our crystal ball suddenly changes it's view to a house. On the porch we see log-Bjlkle-y in an electrically run rocking chair. He is reading a letter that was post- marked Naples, Italy, Earth. It's from laLrieLZ.le-g-let-, who is now a woman without a country since she married that Frenchman named Pierre. Billy Jo sometimes talks to her over the picture phone though. The picture in our crystal ball changes quickly to some type of official meeting. We recognize Qari-QLO-Eder sitting at the desk marked "Earth". After listening for a while, we realize that this is a meeting of the U,P, fUnited Planetsj. Interpreting, in a box overlooking the General Assembly, are fhiile-y-P-ajlrell, flat-a--lgle-y, Mag-g-Q 525334 l3.nfEE..ii.11QSLL 3 D d ..'i'LIl?.Uf-5SXE2LCLE We decided then to turn on our inter-planet crystal ball. On the Sun we see a very tanned-Q-it-liilleii. It may be that the Sun reminds her of her beloved Earth, but she is certainly enjoying it. Only one thing worries her...she hasn't found a fountain of youth on the Sun yet. Qn the Moon we see gig-y-lo-eh-Qicivld-eiandlane-t-l:.-iii-die-y, trying very hard to find a forest so they can get work and feed their 12 little space cadets. Also on the Moon we see Qgreaillti-BJ-olvli-, now happily married to Rev. Richard Walls. -Ffaul Qglsorl is becoming fabulously wealthy because of the bathing suits he designs. In one of the space cars on the Moon we notice an auto-vision. On the screen is Wayne Walters announcing Qggggglg-grgagls program, "It pays to be Married," -- '-"' -'-- Upon switching over to Mars we are confronted with Janet Purkhiser and Sharon MB-led-s-peg They are members of the basketball team called the Harlem Marstrotters. Their coaches are Q-aria-N-o-b-5:-and Ixjikti Kinsey. 34 Eflliflflt PROPHECY Our crystal ball switches back to Earth. We look very close and see Tpln-P-e-d-e-rson'L who teaches chemistry and physics to the medical students at Purdue University. Tom keeps saying a very strange thing, "Seven down and two to go." Oh well, maybe the years have gotten him down. He is ably assisted by Professor .Yi-Ilggilnf--Cal:-0-VLCLQ-IL The next thing we see in our crystal ball is Butler University Fieldhouse. This is the day for the Indiana State Basketball Finals, French Lick vs Attucks. Whom should we see at the fieldhouse but la-rp-es-Q-Lclwdei. James succeeded Coach Marvin Blemker as F.l.,H,S. basketball coach. Our crystal ball seems to be on the subject of sports at the present. It shows the Kentucky Derby. Riding in for a cool vlctory is Galen- "Mule" yi-ofriion Dancing Girl. Glen is an outstanding member of the Kentucky Racing Society. Right across from the race track, leg-y-SEQ-nleis runs a flourishing business. Big losers frequently suffer heart attacks, and as an undertaker, Jerry is much in demand. At the present, Jerry is hopefully eyeing isiiriirl-Cf-9-Qlgi. Our next vlew is very confusing. What is this anyway? It must be Houston, Texas, because we see a very bow-legged Qing-X-Baplf-eb lt seems that Danny ls connected with the oil business. You see, he runs aservice station at the corners of Main and Maple Streets. In the crystal ball we see a strange sight--it is an underground laboratory cave and ln it is a man. It is hard to see who he is because of the long beard. Oh--why we know him...that's I-I-o-via-Ld-iklle-QL He's trying to develop a capsule that a person can take in the morning and not have to eat all day. He's worked so long, he's a little touched. In another cave we see Llpdy-Qasei who is also working on an experiment. She is working with a male's heart trying to see what makes it tick. She is a frequent visitor of 25331 WEQLQELLL who runs a home for bachelor space cadets. Our next view is very exclusive, we see the President of the United States, -Frank E-I-93522, who is in Alaska on official business. He is taking his midnight stroll. To- night he is strolling across the bridge spanning the Berrlng Strait from Alaska to Russia. Don't be alarmed because right behind him are able and worthy body-guards, Bari-dy Rifbfiiliib EELLLMQEEL and S3.?l-1fEl1EL1Ea They are all armed with my suns What?? Is that all? Wa1t,,.we will rub our crystal ball once more. Now we see a wrestling arena. Why, there are Garry and Gold-alll-ISeLaLLb.y, two great wrestlers. Garry is better known as "Killer Kearby" and Gordon goes by the title of "Musc1es Gordon." The referee is the famous heavyweight champion of the world, Rex Illini?-y As the wrestling begins, we see a man out in the audience busily collecting money. All the while he is saying "Ten to one on Killer KearbyI" We look closely and see that he is none other than Diamond 92B.QB3l5LfLElL5lL Finally our crystal ball shows a very modern farm down in Dubois County. On this farm we see a new fangled tractor. All you have to do to get it to run is mix water and a small capsule together for gasoline. Driving this tractor in the middle of the large field is Rev- P3JLsLLlu1s32ssi- Our crystal ball refuses to show any more views of the future, so we must ponder for a moment in the present. As the phonograph of life spins on and on, many new and different records are played. May we leave these two records ln the care of the under- c1assrnen..."Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes" and "Here's to Your Illusions".., please handle them with care. Janet Purkhlser Tom Pederson Garle Noble Pat Walters 35 ff-:ff 2 - dmv LA. ,Qai- F 25,2 3 ,Q K, N 1 . 'R 1 1 1 S. 5- 4 "f' wg ...g F . u 4- 'C U -,4 . ' c.-Hx' 'v .av 1 If .1 95 ,""'i "all 4 LETS!! , Q' ' 'A r 41 Min, 1LD,Ab """ Flll X' I' I '- far. 171 .-I 1' U 73.511 'W ' , 1 Fx E ., M I L - .454 is!! I4 . . F of -' . 1. .55 V3 I A . 1 S V' 5' l A h I I 0 221m.: t- x H H li 1 4 , - -N 1 may XfcQ, 'S,, V W xx r . f -' ': ,: +. .,. V w xqx D'txm.J .1 ,Q x. N1 Q Vilfw LE-.'-Unk' ,x A 1 I'-si i . X AI..,, ,g ' 1 1.11. f Ebb-, B2 fs ' P -X , Hx. 'f .,.1lIlI.",lLlvv vrgllll, SMILE f 3 sp. tx ' XND LONNNN BEFORE THE 3515 BELL 5U5f'IfR 5IDfl5 s s 'S 5' 1. TWO NICE CALS NIL REVERLND .qu t was IEE , L,l:'1:w '-II' EW 4 , 'N V1 lX', 5 ' ' m-. 'I-sv., .- U., 'x'11un,1r:11'P qv' TU f' - f 21' k Fx 5 A' 1 fx 3 A 5.-'X X' - -' . 13 ' ,-n..h...... w25'5afw1.g2sJs' .1 11 I HARRY HARD ,X T WORK WHATCHA GOT IN THERE? HEY, GUYS, LOOKW. 1 x IT'S LIKE THIS, FELLOW5 E V 4 4 .1 ""i ,,,- ' ox X JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS H MIKE WATSON,.,, President JIM ASTRIKE... ...Reporter BYRON KENDALL... ..Vice-President JANET OWEN-H ---Secretary BRENDA wEAvER.,, Treasure, 38 fa L ,ff'se,,'f, I e R ffff' N J 1 ' M . a , Y 1 Q X ! all I W- QI 'lx v- " vm :Ax ' l ,A Q Q x., V L , r 4' w ' W ' -3 s P . . ...ks J I N I f .- ' 33? 3. 'V .. 5 X Qs i I -xg., f Q ' 'B "-V 'ff ' , , 5 5 Q f I - . gy it yy I ff I - at L ,, .. q g + x a a ' --'cfs 'X" ' , Nfr-,, s .. :F 1 K 5 if ' , ui lx is X X gl I is l J - 1? Q 'Y 1 5 5 'I 3 1 . 3 f if , EI A,,Qm I y . JU IOR CLASS Phyllis Ann Walls, Caroleen Hobson, Eugene Dixon, Glenn Mills, Richard Butler Billy Rose, Elsworth Parsons, Marlene Riley, Billie Jo Harris, Marlene Deel, FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: Mike Watson, Bobbie Jean Grimes, Josephine Kirkland, Carolyn Goller, Janet Spoonmore, Barbara Love, Judy Krause, Janet Owen, Carol Sue Abel, Marilyn Clay. THIRD ROW: Bill Emmons, Janice Brown, Carol Mayfield, Gary Wininger, Larry Flick, Joe Ellis, Dick Hansen, Beverly Harris, Margaret Taylor, Marilyn Nelson. FOURTH ROW: Gene Elkins, Dick Simmons, Robert Henson, Robert Anderson, Phyllis Brown, Lucinda Boyer, Bennie Lindsey, Newell Dotson, Virginia Harrison, Shirley Flick, Shirley Beck, Brenda Weaver. FIFTH ROW: Oscar Jones, Robert Leffler, Ronald Woolsey, Phillip Beaver, Ronald Schmutzler, George Lagenour, Gary Wigand, Byron Kendall, Jerry Anderson, John Harrison, Steve Watkins, Richard Breeden, Jim Astrike, Donald Hagen, Absent: Janice Burton, Donna Pistner. ,, 1, 'rm' ' ' ..,. V I7 A .wx MLM , ww. ,, L K Q Tkx'OCHAR.f1CTERS gA . Q 1 A vw, ,. 5 k TSTATE me A " "':1g.Y1w 1 . ' ,if ' 'x xx. ,. gi 3 9. LONG .KY FRCM IIOME .X ff' 4 2' 41 11s IT1V'f1" ,f 1, L . Hwwh TON HND :Yu',Tf,X1 ,1'w,1T.lfT1, X PT N - g ' A -ipsfeff E ' Af fm,-..,., , -.1 .VJ W. . ' 44. , ,J g rs ',.,4 , -9 , . .j"9,s:,7"1.J BRE,-.Df, mllg- Lbs.. THAT RIGHT GUY, HATTER W' A STARTIISG .fx FAN fa?-f 45 xL' GOOD SUPPORT i ..-. . h X 2 S it 1 W 3 if E ii 1 ' sa ' 1A ,, -..."-. ' ' - VE' ef-1 I 5 , f 3 L 1 3 3 : .i , 'J,,....-aff vw-NN , NK Qu.,-'fr SOPHOIVIORE CLASS OFFICERS SAMUEL TARR,,,,,,.,,,...Presidenr JOAN WALTERS............Reporter SHARON REYNOLDS. ..Vice-President ROSEMARY DAUGHERTY,.,,.Secreta1'y JOYCE GRIGSBY.,. ...,..Treasurer 2 an J... 4. fy IN THE GYM HOMEROOM 41 J 1 ' f r- ,ff 'tffQnn- x I Env. L, ' Rf , r' ' 'fl 4: .,:i qv p ,w 4 l K tzt- 'Y "" 1 ,'L- l -, " .:.v A ' ' X ci Aa- ,,. e5,f,,,'f,. A A' ' L , fly " ' 1 ROW, SOPHOMORE CLASS Betty Phillips, Patricia Wineinger, Gloria Ziegler, Marlene Deel, Karen Anderson, Margie Crowder, Judy Noble, Sharon Reynolds, Eva Sue Tarr, Betty Walters. SECOND ROW: Wanda Appleby, Edna Moore, Joann Walters, Barbara Savage, Deanna Stackhouse, Eddie Flick, Warren Crecelius, Bob Kendall, Ben Kendall, Bonnie Ratliff, Elmina Babbitt. THIRD ROW: Doris Allen, Rosemary Daugherty, Judy Jones, Thelma McFarland, Norma Stevens, Butch Burton, Sam Tarr, Phillip Wells, Michael Busse, Eugene Cox, Lynn Rainey, Donnie Kerby, Jerry Appleby. FOURTH ROW: Jeanetta Knight, Margurite Winelnger, Sue Able, Robert Butler, Joyce Grigsby, Marcia Moore, David Elkins, Douglas Allstott, Eddie Winelnger, Jim Hilt, Robert Brown, Edwin Haefling. FIFTH ROW: . Violet Smith, Sue Land, Patti Purkhiser, Dick Kerby, George Hughes, Robert Decker, Leonard Parsons, Robert D. Jones, Robert P. Jones, Kenneth Hawkins, Kenneth Knight, Dennis Drake, Robert Moore, Teddy Painter. 1 QQIIQ it MELVIN TAYLOR... .,..,..President MIKE SMITH.. ..Repo1-ner NICKIE KESERIC...... ...Vice-President SONYA ELLIS... ...Secretary DONNIE SUGARMAN... .......Treasurer .N-X' 1' H .gg-,,,,.,,t .,---- - I M' t I -- ' ' A . ,,,,,.,-f--'Y' ,4--Q-" ,., i-af' i .,.,,-I--..:' .1-cr:-f""'X V--,,,--f" ' I .., v ,,.,. X Us ..L--f-f -as . N N .E-,L Q Vvdx-, X LJ'5xQ,A .H -f- , A , - ., S.. , ff- .Q .L SK Sv' 43 . -w ru' J .. - f in 'C C X an! is A FRESHME CLASS FIRST ROW: lr: Judy Carnes, Beverly Neukam, Sandra Graves, Luann Hall, June Chaplin, Phillis Anderson, Loletta Stroud, Donna Darnell. SECOND ROW: Brenda Brace, Nyanna Moore, Sherrill Jones, Sheryl Walters, Brenda Decker, Linda Anderson, Judy Abel, Mary Lou Drake. THIRD ROW: , Billie Lea Dixon, Emmalon Brink, Georgeann Brown, Barbara Kendall, Deanna Qualkenbush Katherine Mosson, Betty Lou Ervin, Patsy Cox, Vicky Lou Flick, Edith Galloway. FOURTH ROW: F5 Barbara Carnes, Martha Hall, Sandra Thurston, Judy Nicholson, Elnora Livingston, Carmen Hendrixson, Sandra Beaty, Carolyn Taylor, Ruth Ann Weikert, Zoanne Drake. Absent: Brenda Crowe, Sonya Ellis, Betty Roberts, Sondra Jean Toliver. Fl 44 4 3 9 is X f .11 t X- iv . E A is JP ' 2 r sf , P! it, it ki Y O ff ' ' s sg - A ,, X, -D X FRESHME CLASS FIRST ROW: Bob Qualkenbush, Marvin Stidham, Bill Hansen, Ronnie Crews, Mike Groomer, Kelly Burton, John Allen. SECOND ROW: Dewayne Conrad, Earl Babbitt, Bill Noble, Virgil Crews, Norman Walters, Mike Smith, Albert Astrike. THIRD ROW: Charles Tabor, Donnie Sugarman, Arthur Burk, George Harrison, Ronnie Dillard, David Harrison, Craig Curtis, Bob Morris. FOURTH ROW: Launie Radtke, Kenny Heinz, Keith Daugherty, William Campbell, Edward Beck, Donnie Wolfington, Larry McCracken, Jack Belcher, Doyle Allen. FIFTH ROW: Donald Drake, Charles Sweet, Max Weaver, Robert Drake, Melvin Taylor, Larry Leonard Monte Bledsoe, Gene Gilliatte, Richard Carnes, Nick Keseric. Absent: Wayne Hammons. 45 5 Xl , ,Q,,.N.w,.,w..xN .,x, ..W,....,N..x x...,.,,.. W., N . xx:x?Wm.5N?..w , NMN,.A xx W , X -v--vx -N . x emma -:xv xaxscuzzuwmzmxzrzzv HSRSSHKSE 1r:r:i:11m5?::.FtEqEy:g1,-2x...'.:.:::v1x.L..:,::x.g,,,::'m:::.,5L.:.1x. Sflfff- X'-11l1:f-vw: msn. iY:.:4'."WsHp-':. 'NW - - 33, ,,., .: NNN L. 5 5 X .. wwQ.-m:,r::.,- -, N 'nfrjqq ja Q Ok- sf X Y? N5 N 'N Y 'wr N Q ll -- x v , . "s 'xx-A-:-X Xcza?-' ' .-'vm ., :fm- L, wg N X? " fi-... q A if "PRN RK: .N Slug 11519-: X-- fk - 5-3' . V' -' X 1 4-' f ggi" in v N we 1"?3,?9fe - my Nb gs? r' '. cgi, gg-In -nksg w ., -Lx vi: x . .. ,. .Yff-: , L.. 1 me-m.3g,-..: p I e.w,i0-5- h V I ,, , . vV?x mx , , f f. 1 1. 5 ,Q ' gf: QM-. . N x , "",..+- 33' X, .. .A X .,.Q.-- ,. wtf A-N X 4 " , ...wg U .MfiY1.' .wg.,N., , " 'nw .. F Q Ura-""' ' -Q W' , ' K '- fu.. .Q Y 5 ,-+ ix :'i'Xl-sc: 'X ' if. ,554 -. 1.4 1 w.:q'g,f"33gE' N, Q, . Q- X Q . ff .. H N24, 'X ' 1 NUS XX MAQ ,unix 'R ,.'r . X W. 5 x Y if E 1 Wx 'I - u N 1 , A, 5' 5 Q x i , II i lk n N 4 1 N I S . 1' my t ,gs x '. . x 1 eg' 'sax 1-',,.1,5.N f'f'5, ,-. pk -.-, H '.V .F 63f.'F3 Q5 gr ,J , . . , i A - N, r 3 Wzfpsm - M Mi" ' sf L17 fx U, .ul ,, , D X HGHTH GR DE FIRST ROW: Charles Allstott, James Cooke, Gene Rainey, Rita Ann Butler, Mona Sue Stroud, Larry Abel, Ronald Phillips, Billy Kendell. SECOND ROW: Jimmie Springer, Rebecca Henson, Sandra Campbell, Linda Sue Breeden, Delores Hayes, Ronald Tart, Avon Tabor, Linda Spoonmore, Vicki Ballard, Cheyenne Archer. THIRD ROW: Janet Phillips, Carolyn Jo Nelson, Janice Simpson, Martha McFarland, Sheron Winrnger, Patsy Zeedyk, Stella Lou Horne, Jan Clay, Etta Lou Barkley, Ann Putnam. FOURTH ROW: Linda Kay Boyer, Brenda Groff, Billy Krause, Raymond Wininger, Margaret Belcher, Blaine Qualkinbush, John L. Breeden, Sharon Kinsey, Brenda Kendall. FIFTH ROW: Judy Savage, Betty Groff, Patty Abel, Dwight Brown, Tyronne Brown, Johnny Spurgeon, Jimmy Spurgeon, David Reynolds, Jimmie Stone, Harley Sweet, Jimmie Thurston. Absent: Patty Tucker, Lester Robbins, Jackie Chaplin, V 46 U- 2 ,,,,,,O,,, SEVENTH GR DE Richard Shipman, Junior Nelson, Larry Jones, Michael Murray, Patty Conrad, Shelia Jones, Jerry Reynolds, Roy Lee Phillips, David Ervin, Phillip Dillard, SECOND ROW: Linda Underhill, James Wineinger, Sherry Brosmer, Jackie Holland, Drusilla Jones, Keith Howard, Jackie Long, Charles Crecelius, Jimmie Snyder, John Ford. THIRD ROW: Claude Cox, Myrl Stidham, Barbara Anderson, Paulette Bundy, Sharon Crowder, Ann Wilson, Jimmie Purkhiser, Jackie Hinkle, Ruth Anne Burton, Ronald Carnes, Kenneth Radtke. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Evans, Gerald Campbell, Linda Mae Love, Ruby Byers, Dianne Crowe, Susan Anderson, Brenda Hopper, Clark Brown, Jerry McCracken, Glendon Kendall. FIFTH ROW: Lana Self, Jenny Moffatt, Brenda Bigel, Patty Mason, Norma Myler, Judy Gilliatte, Gary Archer, Gene Wright, Alvia Charnes, John Mosson, Darrell Qualkenbush, Jimmy Shields, Absent: Bert Emmons, Betty Evans, Harold Jackson, Anna Marie Wright. , ag' 1, I 1 X x V3 I . 9 ' J .9 A -k , R. J B Ft .....' 1 'ky I 'Q' lxll 'iw f l e -B N, -il-b if 1 A , ' Z -5- v- . D ' 6 'sg 5. 1' t A 1 ll' ., -f " L vT,,"1G- ' ' fn ""f?'r"ciN N , 'Trix 4 f v I . ,. , . H it-12" sf Q. rl, 17 Xegzf l V f 1' ,K A 4,5 ' "b- f .-QQ " 4 lc 1 1 4 I-.2 5.1 Q.:-'N' SIXTH GR DE FIRST ROW: Donald Phillips, James Tucker, Jerry Bill Ritter, Joe Ratliff, Ginny Snyder, Sharon Wineinger, Fae Breeden, Lance Butler. SECOND ROW: Brian Ragens, Lawrence Robins, Loren Galloway, Glenda Harris, Kenny Tarr, Retha Ann Flick, Stephen Hawkins, Rae Breeden, Dennis Jones. THIRD ROW: Mary Sweet, Barbara Ann Barkley, Robin Hendrix, Corleen Rainey, Anglea Harris, Wayne Stidham, Buddy Joe Lane, Jane Clark, Grant Marshall Jr. FOURTH ROW: Lonnie Thurston, Martha Goodman, Rita Anna Marshall, Brenda Sue Belcher, Elizabeth Sue McCarty, Cleta Self, Barbara Daugherty, Rex Farris, Geraldene Nelson, Harold Wright Absent: Lesley Jackson, Trilles Graves. 48 FIFTH GR DE FIRST ROW: Linda Carnes, William Hobson, Philip Tomlinson, Georgia Kraft, Auretta Edwards, Michael Conrad, Joyce Noble, James Kellams, Jeffy Reynolds, Loretta Brace. SECOND ROW: Billie Allen, Judith Conrad, Margie Hayes, Nancy Cooke, Sherrie Shields, Robert Allen David Cox, Donald Dewitt, Tony Willoughby, Le Roy Boyer, THIRD ROW: Judy Ann Burton, Linda Elkins, Lana Roach, Harry Chaplin, Margie Gilliatre, Ronald Hopper, Craig Main, Parke Flick, Nina Chaplin, David Hammond. FOURTH ROW: Eunice Ford, Shannon Allstott, Pamela Kumming, Connie Sue Harris, Mark Brown, Warren Owen, Gary Clements, Barbara Jones, Carolyn Love, Jimmie Burton. FIFTH ROW: Paul Mosson, Billie Earl Clark, David Sugarman, Harold Wininger, Larry Brace, John Aylsworth, Frank Stich, James Lenear, James Kendall. Absent: Jimmie Evans. arolyn Hardin, Shirley Allen, Judith Weaver Qt IIA 1 i wig' Curt! Q7 F- lx ' " li ' 'f Q, - 4 . T - Q ' ' 1 T f '- ' x X ,V Z 'hi v I xx: fy px xg l X J X ' h Wx f ' D . , x, l ' , i W - f atHf a+' ,any 'V ,W viaylia , ul WHRW, FOURTH GR DE XM Mike Chaplin, Linda Leonard, Linda Rose, Judy Phillips, Mary Beth Allstott, Billie Lea Reynolds, Hilda Underhill. SECOND ROW: Logan Ballard, Merle Denny, Harold Beatty, Mike Bearden, Vicki Roberts, Bertha Mae Ervin, Judith Hinkle, Sharon Crecelius, Marilyn Harrison. THIRD ROW: Winnifred Flick, Paula Abel, Sondra Jones, Terry Taylor, Russell Farris, Gary Lee Emmons, Charles Harris, Ronald Kunkle, Mary Caryl Flick. FOURTH ROW: Bonnie Burton, Jo Ellen Main, Barbara Archer, Suellyn Shannon, Nathan Palmer, Richard Wolfington, Carl Qualkenbush, Donald Neukam, Denny Thurston, Jesse Carnes. FIFTH ROW: Vicki Woolsey, Frank Bowers, James Shipman, Glenis Self, James Wright, David McCarty, Keith Worringer, Louis Peek, Thomas McDonald, Richard Boyer. Absent: Lance Toliver. 50 FIRST ROW: Jerry Underhill, Mary Alice Collins, Judy Stidham, Betty Jo Clark, Linda Abel, Cindy Carnes, Patty Io Freeman, Rebecca Dixon, Jamie Stobie, Eddie Campbell. SECOND ROW: Stevie Jones, Sarah Palmer, Terry Marshall, Gary Neukam, Jeffery Mills, Bill Harris, Billie Joe Tucker, Henry Beatty, Carolyn Anderson, Glenda Crowder, Phyllis'Quall-renbush. THIRD ROW: Dennis Cox, Ronnie Elliott, Charles Radcliff, Linda Neukam, Cassandra Knight, Rhea Dawn Tomlinson, Larry Hendrix, Robert Deel, Robert Crews, Cheryl Hardin, Kay Mason, Tommy Wright, Mary Frances Belcher. FOURTH ROW: Linda Sue Wilson, Linda Kay Beatty, Linda Jones, Sharon Bayer, Charles Carnes, Perry Noble, Terry Willoughby, Barry Zehr, Joey Stackhouse, Dawn Wininger, Donna Bush, Stephen Tolbert, Bobby Wolfington. FIFTH ROW: Danny Jackman, C,B. Charnes, Lonnie Deel, Terry Jones, Dorletta Knight, Berry Lucas, Clois Wright, David Noble, Linda Lou Wilson, Deborah Begarly, Mary Sue Barkley, Timmie Brown, Betty Lucas. Absent: Danny Ratliff, Connie Nelson, Jerry Phillips, Opal Hopper, Q 3" '-ff? ' t Q if 0 . . .1 f-3:11 1 sl . ,a..- f 5 - - ,,xJ.F' sg- ! kv 3 r v x fam ' - 5 J : , i QS' l .9 I Pea e' 4 Z FIRSTROW: SECO D GR DE Mike Snyder, Michael Beatty, Sheila Brosmer, Judy Tucker, Michael Hobson, Timmy Conrad, Brenda Self, Carl Chaplin, David Wells, Gerald Braband. SECOND ROW: Glenda Hinkle, Eugene Chumbley, Brenda Brosmer, Sherrill Braband, Angela Curtis, Chiquita Land, Suzanne Sranfield, Barbara Kellams, Gene Kendall, Charles Collins, Richard Ballard, Kathy Hobson. THIRD ROW: Mary Kay Aylsworth, Lu Ann Lindsey, Linda Tarr, Kathy Shields, Jeanne Crowe, Donald Harrison, Shawn Purkhiser, Barbara Shipman, Sheila Hammond, Mark Allstott, Geneva Wright, Carletta Wright, Ann Groomer. FOURTH ROW: Charlotte Moore, Michael Brace, Rudy Hendrix, Myles Wyman, Mary McClane, Delman Holland, Clayton Main, Frank Campbell, Jane Ratliff, Paula Qualkenbush, John Bill Simmons, Keith McFarland, Donald Anderson. FIFTH ROW: Keith Freeman, Kathleen Jackson, Vance Wininger, Barbara Hammond, Jerry Shipman, Kenneth Boyer, Kay Lynn Taylor, Phillip Gass, Jerry Harris, Michael Stich, James Taber, David Gollaway, Jerry Barkley, Donald Clements. Absent: Ronald Evans, Michael Powell, Debbie Freeman. ii' FIRST GR DE James Lucas, Molly Phillips, Patricia Peabody, David Qualkinbush, Ricky Deremiah, Dale McLane, Frank Parsons, David Owen, Billy Joe Chaplin, Michael Farris. FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: Randy Flick, Robert Seybold, Charles Woolsey, Judy Bush, Susie Campbell, Jerry Denbo, Danny Carnes, Connie Sue Hobson, Steven Mills, Diana Watson, Rosemary Cox. THIRD ROW: Gene Qualkinbush, Susie Jackman, Danny Beatty, Robert Self, Cassandra Mclntosh, Barbara Hinkle, Jo Ellen Tomlinson, Gary Kumming, Alice Marie Shannon, Michael Jones Louis Anderson, Shelia Brosmer. FOURTH ROW: Brent Curtis, Tim Love, Steven Nelson, Lizann Flick, Evan Cox, David Knight, Larry Beatty, Wayne Knight, Mike Carnes, Danny Reynolds, Steven Cox, Gary Lewis. FIFTH ROW: L, A, Street, Sharon Clements, Mary Rose Minelli, Darlene Taber, Norma Mills, Sue Robbins, Rosemary Parsons, Harold Wilson, Lee Ragens, Sammy Simmons, Danny Noble, Susan Crook, Io Ann Pankey. lsr t,. 8 ,mf , ri 'I Q , ,P .' .4 X - h f f.,15'I" 4, . vjigs' 'fzfof 4 if-4'-14 5- ,-eww. 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SECOND ROW: Alice Walters, Anna Underhill, Robert Pollorn, Richard Tarr, Vincent Crowder, Mrs. Lindsey, Judy Sugarmau, THIRD ROW: Carl Crowder, Frank Hobson, Mike Kinsey, Randall Holland, Paul Dotson, Darrell Wineinger. of . ,Xi il! , ,Na,,LQ1,,, 1 - I Sf Fu- 3 LP ,, . - 5 X BuSineSS Manager Typist Super Sales Force Randall Anna Judy and Frank xg' y 'Ja Q I rn .x' r N Y- Q .K is . bffiiazzg ..,,.. - X' X L .wg-... , l .K PLUTOCRAFT FIRST ROW: Sharon Bledsoe, Judy Case, Judy Sugarman, Janet Owen, Ruth Pistner, Patricia Walters. SECOND ROW: Janice Sanders, Annetta Reynolds, Barbara Love, Janet Purkhiser, Marlene Riley, Shirley Beck, Anna Underhill. THIRD ROW: Billy Rose, Phillip Beaver, Mike Kinsey, Frank Hobson, Rex Huntley, Mrs. Jackman. FOURTH ROW: Gary Mills, Randall Holland, Wayne Walters, James Crowder, Adrian Collins, Richard Tarr, Otis Harris. -f,- .:.,,..mL':xm:ggg Meeting Deadlines on the School PaPef . 'ff uf ' 'Rf J, lj air. Assembly Line MUDC0 C315 57 TRI-HI-Y FIRST ROW: Donna Morgan, Sharon Reynolds, Annetta Reynolds, Patricia Walters, Caroleen Hobson, Lucinda Boyer, Joyce Grigsby, Virginia Harrison. SECOND ROW: Maggie Street, Sue Land, Janet Ziegler, Edna Moore, Janet Purkhiser, Barbara Savage, Deanna Stachkouse, Joan Walters, Marlene Deel, Janet Deel, THIRD ROW: Judy Noble, Margie Crowder, Rosemary Daugherty, Barbara Love, Judy Sugarman, Shirley Flick, Ruth Pistner, Janet Owen, Jean Grimes, Pat Wineinger, Doris Allen. Patricia Walters... ...Vice-President Doreatha BTOWU-H --ChaP1in Annetta Reynolds., ...Secretary Billie Jo Harris.. .... RCPOU'-at Caroleen Hobson.. . . ,Treasurer Lucinda B0Yef'-' -- SSI- 'at'A1'mS Janet Purkhiser. . . .President F"'1""I"'-?'l E HI-Y png FIRST ROW: Butch Schmutzler, Mike Kinsey, Joe Ellis, Carl Crowder, Frank Hobson, Randall Holland, Darrell Wineinger, Benny Kendall. SECOND ROW: Dick Kearby, Howard Allen, Dennis Drake, Richard Breeden, Mr. Clark, Denny Weikert, Dick Simrnons, Teddy Painter, Leonard Parsons, David Elkins, Butch Burton. Carl Crowder... ...Vice-President Darrell Wineinger... ..Ch2P1iI1 Frank Hobson... ...Secretary Michael Kinsey... ...Reporter Joe Ellis... ...Treasurer Randall Hol1and....Sgt.-at-Arms Denny Weikert. . . .PICSNCHI " '-5" V ' Z R -gr. on J, riff 'T' Q' ' , ., 'Y' vii: : ' ,ff ,Qi--' m fifj , . V.. FL ' 5 J f' x 3.1.13 J, N ' I , ii fa U r .- + E ,gin ,, ji 5 me go Eg' Y I4 E 'f A .A.A. I ITI TIO FIRST ROW: Sandra Thurston, Donna Ruth Darnell, Sheryl Ann Walters, Betty Sue Walters. SECOND ROW: Sonya Ellis, Georgia Ann Brown, Sandra Groves, Virginia Kerns, Nyanna Moore, Sheryl Jones. THIRD ROW: Vickie Lou Flick, Patsy Cox, Betty Ervin, Sue Abel, Marguerite Wineinger, Barbara Kendall, Deanna Qualkenbush. Mrs. Denehie, Judy Sugarman, Jerry Anderson, Patricia Walters, Sharon Bledsoe. S - ff av , ,, . A, , 1 1.1 J ., fx is .3 gf .54 if .ke J NATIONAL HO OR SOCIETY FIRST ROW: Judy Case, Annetta Reynolds, Judy Sugarman, Pat Walters, SECOND ROW: Carl Crowder, Frank Hobson,Janet Purkhiser, Maggie Street, Denny Weikerr, COMMERCE CL B FIRST ROW: Sharon Bledsoe, Wanda Appleby, Alice Walters, Donna Morgan, Marlene Deel. Ruth Pistner, Doreatha Brown, Mrs. Ruth Jackman. SECOND ROW: Patricia Walters Janet Purkhiser, Judy Case, Janice Sanders, Carleen Hobson, Anna Underhill, Annetra Reynolds, Gene Elkins, Bob Butler, Don Kerby. THIRD ROW: Dick Kerby, Doris Emmons, Brenda Weaver, Shirley Flick, John Harrison, Jerry Anderson, Byron Kendall, Ronald Woolsey, Eddie Wineinger, Robert Brown, Mike Kinsey. 5 ,. Qi- li' L 1 SPONSOR Miss Ridenour Top to bottom: Janet Spoonmore, Janice Sanders, Sharon Bledsoe, Phyllis Brown, Patricia Walters, Janet Purk- hiser, Barbara Love, Carol Able, Bil- lie Jo Harris, Caroleen Hobson, Shir- ley Darnell, Judy Case, Judy Krause, Annetta Reynolds, Margaret Taylor, Brenda Weaver, Donna Pistner. OFFICERS Patricia Walters... ....... President Brenda Weaver... ...Vice-President Shirley Darnell .,.... Sec. and Treas. Judy Krause ..... ....,., , Reporter Billie Jo Harris ..,..,.. Point Captain Left to right: Judy Noble, Rosemary Dau- gherty, Betty Walters, Joann Walters, Sue Tarr, Joyce Grigsby, Sue Land, Judy Jones, Marguerita Wineinger, Martha McFarland, Barbara Savage, Norma Jones, Marcia Moore, Patricia Purkhiser. G,A,A, members have a good time while earning points toward their awards. Aims are to encourage good sportsmanship, promote athletic ability, create better health habits and have good, clean fun. Left to right: Sherrill Jones, Donna Dar- nell, Betty Ervin, Sheryl Walters, Ny- anna Moore, Genny Kerns, Bonnie Rat liff, Vickie Flick, Barbara Kendall, Georgia Brown, Sonya Ellis, Deanna Qualkenbush, Sandra Thurston. 62 J J Q fl ,., 1, Pg! ,fa 1 .1,S+ , ? :'fi::1' -1 , M -r I N - S I , 3 Q 1 ,J -s 11. 5? Rf J ,L ,., ,,,. L, l N fl T al, J ' f .sl , if 1 sm S J fs 'Wil' PATROL BOYS FIRST ROW: Lance Butler, Lesley Jackson, Loren Galloway, Buddy Joe Lane, Jerry Bill Ritter, Donald Phillips. SECOND ROW: Joe Ratliff, Brian Ragens, Harold Wright Dennis Jones, Mr. Leon Mills, Jimmie Tucker. THIRD ROW: Lonnie Thurston, Kenny Tarr, Rex Farris, Robin Hendrix, Grant Marshall, Jr. LETTERME FIRST ROW: Bob Kendall, Bill Rose, Junior Parsons, Howard Allen, Richard Tarr, Ben Kendall. SECOND ROW: Butch Schrnutzler, Bill Crowder, Glen Morris, Garie Noble, Adrian Collins, Carl McLane, James Crowder, Carl Crowder, THIRD ROW: Marvin Blemker, Frank Hobson, Denny Weikert, Robert Pollom, Randall Holland, Byron Kendall, Mike Kinsey, George Lagenour, Mike Watson. 5 . 'B ' 3, Wx as FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF MERIC FIRST ROW: Brenda Brace, Janet Deel, Phyllis Anderson, Edna Moore, Betty Sue Walters, Eileen Anderson, Shirley Darnell, June Chaplin, Beverly Neukam. SECOND ROW: Loletta Stoud, Fleta Riley, Wanda Appleby, Carolyn Goller, Eva Tarr, Katherine Mosen, Mary Lou Drake, Edith Galloway, Joan Nickolson. THIRD ROW: Josephine Kirkland, Gloria Zeigler, Barbara Savage, Joann Walters, Donna Dorsett, Carolyn Taylor, Sandra Beatty, Carman Hendrixson, Marlene Deel FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Kellams, Janet Zeigler, Phyllis Walls, Martha Hall, Virginia Harrison, Doris Emmons, Violet Smith, Carol Mayfield, Bobbie Jean Grimes, Judy Nlckolson, Elnore Livingston. JUNIOR PLAY FIRST ROW: Marilyn Clay, Joe Ellis, Mike Watson, Carol Sue Able, Billie Jo Harris. SECOND ROW: Barbara Love, Brenda Weaver, Janet Owen, Phyllis Walls, Margaret Taylor, Janet Spoonmore. THIRD ROW: Dick Simmons, Mrs. Noble, Byron Kendall, Butch Schmutzler, Caroleen Hobson, Judy Krause. I I J ' T l J E- E-"u :re ff"'?a I-,J F i Q. .1 -.Q . ws i 4 .I vi .C ,Ln , V . i x z I! I 1 'z l i A i I x Y N 1 . 1 I w I w 1 X 1 4 W 1 w I 1 Il 1 H Q Qs .. -:Y Q.. "" ' 2 ,QR ,xB -A,-5 x Q Qv K- J Vs " YK ' ' T. 1 j X, vs F a . , N t " ' X. f. ' A 4 s 5 K , . K X S ny: We . 1 3 x x . H b x Q. wsstx ' Q? S C K X , DEDIC TIO 1 x f y .tx ,IS N l' VJ,e declvicage this biiook to, gn Btaker rt' who thrbugh his fight for alth ' an ir1.sgi.r5,L'ion to ieach of'us Hii-Y 45 Eg1u1,ocrgftx4g Ennio: Qlgassbw Fay. "I-Ie.1car'd's xnot fori women, thehy can cari F6- r t'hefm5g,1vies. " R? Q 'F -. , "v A im """"i--u ,sg -' fy R x s B ' Q x AN FIRST ROW: Ann Putnam, Jennie Moffatt, Paulette Bundy, Brenda Bigel, Brenda Decker, Margie Crowder, Patsy Zeedyk, SECOND ROW: D.E. Qualkenbush, Jimmy Thurston, Joe Ellis, Marylyn Clay, Vicki Flick, Jan Clay, Jerrie Campbell, Ronnie Carnes. THIRD ROW: Donald Drake, Phyllis Brown, Caroleen Hobson, Joyce Grigsby, Barbara Kendall, Barbara Carnes, Georgia Brown, Brenda Kendall, Jackie Holland. FOURTH ROW: Melvin Taylor, Dick Kerby, Phillip Beaver, Steve Watkins, Butch Schmutzler, Mike Kinsey, Byron Kendall, Randall Holland, Mr. Alysworth. "Musuc must take rank 66 .. , .. l - AN FIRST ROW: Tommy McDonald, Geraldine Moffett, Charles Crecelius, Steve Hawkins Mike Murry, Vicki Ballard, Linda Spoonmore. SECOND ROW: Mike Gromer, Sharon Crowder, Sharon Wineinger, Judy Carnes, Barbara Savage, Deanna Stackhouse, Judy Krause, Sonya Ellis, Ruth Ann Weikert, Annetta Reynolds. THIRD ROW: Patty Mason Linda Boyer, Donnie Sugarman, Carl Crowder, Gary Wineinger, Craig Curtis, Don Kerby, Dewayne Condra, Richard Butler. FOURTH ROW: Sue Land, Lucinda Boyer, Sandra Thurston, Sharon Kinsey, David Reynolds, Jackie Belcher, Dick Simmons, Eddie Wineinger, Ronnie Woolsey, Ted Painter. inhe highest of the fine arts." ' , 67 L. XXQF X X 1 , x- sk is , Q T! N, w 'X CAROL ABEI. BARBARA LOVE on-WA aumkeusosn NICK KESERIC BREN DA WEN! R JOAN WALTE Rs U S".'s2R.52: LEFT TO RIGHT: Chiquita Land, Suzanne Stanfield, Susie Jackman, Sheilla Houston, Kathy Sheilds, Kay Lynn Taylor, Shawn Purkhiser, Charlotte Moore, Ann Groomer, Kathy Hobson, Cassie McIntosh. R LEFT TO Clements HYTHM BAND DANCERS 84 BEARS , Lee Ragens. Q fa.: fvfwfifn-I .il l -5 fr as X RHYTHM BAN Mary Kay Aylsworth, Director: FIRST ROW: David Owen, Diana Watson, Gary Lewis, Ricky Deremiah, Susie Campbell, Judy Bush. SECOND ROW: Danny Carnes, Stephen Mills, Randy Flick, Ricky Ballard, Danny Beatty, Jerry Denbo, Kathy Hobson, Brenda Self, Micheal Hobson, Micheal Farris, Robert Seybolt, Judy Tucker. THIRD ROW: David Wells, Stephen Nelson, Debbie Freeman, Louis Anderson, Lu Ann Lindsey, Gary Cummins, Gerald Braband, Larry Beatty, Sheila Brosmer, Brenda Brosmer, Io Ellen Tomlinson, Darlene Tabor, Mike Snyder, Carl Chaplin. FOURTH ROW: Frank Campbell, Danny Reynolds, Patricia Peabody, Eugene Chumbley, Liz Ann Flick, Alice Marie Shannon, Barbara Kellans, Angela Curtis, Timmy Love, Sharon Clements, Mary Rose Minnelli, Evan Cox, Keith McFarland, Gene Kendall. FIFTH ROW: Sammy Simmons, Donald Harrison, Sherryl Braband, Sheila Hammond, Clayton Main, Delmar Holland, James Taber, Kenneth Boyer, L, A. Street Norma Mills, Mary Louise McLane, Barbara Hammond, Micheal Stich, Sue Robbins. x I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1' , If ,C f W ,',.s,, 1 , far, 1 5,.,g,x. H, N x ff' 1, 'uC'iArU C X M g ...L C.- A vi VARSITY BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: Garie Noble, B111 Rose, Marvin Blemker, Coach. SECOND ROW: Carl Crowder, George Hughes, Frank Hobson, George Lagenour, Bill Crowder, Randall Holland, Butch Schmutzler, Denny Weikert, James Crowder, Mike Watson. SCGRES F, L, 79--Medora 59 F. L, 62--Oolitic 49 F. L. 44--Jasper 59 F, L, 71--Orleans 50 F. L. 62--Loogootee 69 F. L. 55--Scottsburg 48 F. L. 50--West Baden 51 F. L. 50--Corydon 59 F. L. 61--Paoli 65 F, L. 60--Cannelton 51 F, L. 51--Silver Creek 57 F. L, 50--Orleans 51 F. L. 55--West Baden 47 73 Qi' XX 9 Q IPL, SM M xi- x X. E JAMES CROWDER ' M KE WATSON U f CARL CROWDER PE rmvi RANDALL HOLLAND Nag rcuwu 0-season 'N-Jw BUTC H SCHMUTZILE R RICHARD TAR R , x 2 . gags ?f':fA.X-F ' 41 - ii ' ' T? . - ro. ..,, A Q.: JP f is 2, 'W' r W PAUL HOWARD President E,W, BEATTY R,M, WININGER Secretary Treasurer 5 r Xa Ann. , X 4? ""N ' ' A .- 'vyi-atv L Xl. xf' '--1 .... ...-1-..-.....4. CTION SHOTS SCORES F. L, 45--Medora 13 P. L. 41--Oolitic 29 F, L, 15--Jasper 46 F. L. 35--Orleans 27 F, L, 48--Loogootee 40 F. L. 19--Scottsburg 35 F, L, 30--West Baden 37 F. L, 38--Corydon 52 F, L, 35--Silver Creek 51 F, L. 33--Cannelton 24 F. L. 41--Paoli 37 F. L. 55--Orleans 40 SECO D TEAM FIRST ROW: Ben Kendall, Bob Kendall, Donnie Sugarman, Bob Qualkenbush, Mike Gromer. SECOND ROW: Jack Belcher, Richard Carnes, Dennis Drake, Nick Keseric George Hughes, Sam Tarr. THIRD ROW: Marvin Blemker, Coach, George Lagenour, Robert Jones, Larry Leonard, Monte Bledsoe. in "lin ul inn I r l' P ,T l lr lu I rl ,N ,T rl Ll 'l ll I lr gs V ml nip msg 5 li 1 I. ir Q i I Ii I P ! I 1 V l l L Q I L LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Abel, Stella Horne, Jimmy Thurston, Sharon Kinsey. FRESHIVIEN TEAM FIRST ROW: Bob Qualkenbush, George Harrison, Mike Groomer, Don Sugarman, Jack Belcher. SECOND ROW: Richard Carnes, Larry Leonard, Nick Keseric, Gene Gilliare Monte Bledsoe. H' 'Y A - i R K S Tiki 5 T -S S :yr i . 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