Adams Central High School - Cen Trails Yearbook (Monroe, IN)

 - Class of 1955

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ri .M L -' ff N'f'-GE .q:lQ.lg.452"19. L-5 ? 'th ox 71, . I J' Assistant 'llanager 9 xv l JINI FISHER 5124! I gf Editor ARDOL4 PARRISH mx , Kg 3 xg! K1 Zdctofz 4 As editor of the annual I wish to thank the annual NX UITTE staff for their willingness to co-operate in making our annual a success. We have had many pleasant ex- periences and also a few difficulties to overcome. On behalf of the annual staff I wish to express our appreciation to Mrs. Reed. our advisor. and the facul- ty for the support which they have given us in present- ing to you the Cen-Trails of 1955. r r s'a111zqg,0,, non Edito Emfor ciffula Adzzsor HRS REED X X QNX ,4aluc4wz4 The staff and I are proud to present to you our 1955 Cen-Trails. We have tried to bring in all phases of life at ole A.C.H.S. so that in years to come the activities of this school year will not fade from memory. It has been a pleasure to work with this year's staff. With no free time during the day a great deal of the respon- sibility was on our editor. Ardola Parrish. I especially appreciated the fine job you did Ardola. Compliments of BOB HELLER INSVRANCE. Decatur .40 2 'uw A x2 A .ff 5 n, .. .f ,.v" " '1 f " . . KafCH NJA ,uhh Lehmaug AS- J -. :lander Sea-W wfchf- an Su? 'YJorku6 ' Webef. A00- 14 EI!!-ffl! ,-fssixfllrlf lfrfitor .Jlllllllgff .4S9I.SfHl1f JIIIIIHQPV Spnrh lfrfilur xfsst, Spurfx lflllbfllf Ll-fPf!1lS lfflitnr flfi-flllllfllfl-IIII lfflitu Lifflllllflbllll lililrfllf Halrw JIIIVIIIIQPI IJVIIIIIHVD l,f11.s.s lfill f.-fllllllllllf tflllffllll Typisfx SW! ARIJOIA P.-XRRISH LOWI-Ql.l. Nll4IH.-XIQLS JOHN RIl'I.EY JINI FISHER FRI-Ill FOX JFRRYSl'Rl'NfLP1R Fl.-XINIE STlfI-'I'Z KAN ANN WITTE JOHN HI.l'HNl IIXYIH LHZX KAREN SNHJER AI.l.I-IN I.EHNl,XN J.XNl'I'I' SH.-XUY Rl"I'H WEIH-IR 1-'LORINI-I HIRSCHY JOHN ROWIJOX Compliments of WERTZBERGERS CONFECTIONJQRY and ADAMS COINTY ABSTRACT CU. Decatur of I.nw4-ll Mu-liai-lf has dum- a fini- joli. Nlurh re-sponsiliilily liv- on our wlitor. .Xnlula l'arri-li. mlm with tlie' avialuiim- Frwl Fox, Sports Nlanagvr. anil Jerry Sprungzf-r. his aviftant. liaw- dune much to make our annual a sum-m-ss. Sali-5 Xlaiiagn-r. llaximl Lilly. and llirf-ulation Xian- lflainf- Ftultl. l.itvfrary Eilitnr. and Kay Witte-. Urv ganiLatiun Eilitlir. haw lrf-vn liusy planning anfl prnfvfrffading thi- annual. agvr. John Bluliin. who ara- in vhargc of the sale John Ripley. Businefs Manager. and jim Fi hir of annualf han- ilnnv a fini- juli. his avi-tant. have Ilia- rofponriliility uf rf-lling 5- and annuali. . 55 il., - 3-XX ,, Zlllf Nl.-XZFl.lN'S llE:XTlX1Q llef-atur Q - l - H Q DLE Hb ws. if IX K U 3 M1 i 1, ' gsm 'Jai EU Tfrmua 1"Y ,axfisal lg l l li li l 1 Wlvll WM i i i i ilwmi Mwlu, iillllhlll l l williifwliilw Q llplyiiil iw all p H up 1 WH? 'l'll il'Mi l l Hal fi , i at l .5 . 1 .nlmlmil ai Not always flu wr' no-4-ml tu Ifmk to those in high nffice ur in hixlury fur 1-xamplr' and inspiration. Sumntirnr- right lwxicle- us in our daily live-S is a "vs-ry rvmarkahlf- fvlluwu :-,uvh as our 109. By this Small gf-sturfl. thi- clerlic-ation of the- 1955 Cen-Trails, we- the' -vninr alas-. wich in f-xpn-ss nur appreciation of a rf'al frif-nd. ,lov liaumgarlnwr. Hs' acquired many friends during his years of service as custodian at Kirkland and Adams Central High School. ,iii mmm . 1 1 1 Adams County Centfad Schoods Monroe, Xndxana 'Yo me Students and Staii oi Psdame Gem: ah Cong: ahdafxons on me accomgdkehmenks oi the X954-X955 -g,cXxooX 'gean Adams Cemud can be proud oi kms devekspmem Sn the past tbtee wgeate, and wkth he cetfxiicafxon oi a Bret dass commxsehon Mxs gem, takes is QXace as a Xeadmg, educakioxxd inetkmhon oi dime area. Psdams O6mtaX has reached Mme poextkon thtough xbe ddxgem wotk oi staii and studems ettkvkng io: a common goak Xxx ds keep We wich oi Xeaimng Xixgh and seek conimuaX Kmptovemem Rn the sXCxXXe Wat Xead to heme! Xe-adets and cfxfxzene oi tomorrow. Skncetew 1 ' Kohn 0. Reed, Principal Co . mPl1mentS of DECA TU D R D D ecatur 0 0 0 N 'rf' 'NIR FXTI- UR fR-KBIII Sedan! Zend rt nm left I right Fl ul Nlmhcl Wllllam Lmn Exan Yak? Nec: nd r w Damfl Lantz u gu t Srhllchman gllxan gprunpr and Harm ld Nchwaru NIRQ Vi ELDON Nl NNB-SL NI Compllmf-nt of LEE HARDY? ARF and ARNOLD LL NIBER -XND NL PPLX L0 Decatur 'NIIQQ RL TH BLQQE 1, f' -:: L A "' 5 X , If ' 'L .4 . ' L ! oi . X L' ' R I . I ' zz' L. 5 f f 5-14' ' '11, Y, ' ll I7 : U' . ' ' . 'A I I . , . ,N P f! Y: 4 - .A ' Z WL, W M, 'l... C' ' i ,L I.l f.lI-l,l'. IEFAY HIS If'Lil'h1's Nath 0-I0-I2 and Hllgllihll 'I-ll. LH.. Indiana: illax- Play ,Kd- x i..-r. Complimvnts of KENT RE.-XI,'I'Y ANU 'XI 1Q'I'IUN1QO llw alur , INDHII, ffll.l.IP.K If-a-lux ln- :iu-trlal Xrt- H tw lf. HS.. Hall 3 IJ 'L 1 ' v 111' R' ii.xm'iii' iimgrz.-xiao W-h.-. 10. floiiiriif-rw ll-12. and l'hy-i- , , , 1 JOHN FRITH If-at-lim Hr-ahh 1-al Eduvatinn 9. US.. Xlarir-he-v te-r: Tr-nth Grads- Sponsor. Hi-tory 11 and Cfrnvral llugi- ne-xx 10. ill.. Nlanvhvstf-r and un indiana: Ninth Crade Sponsor. S:-hfiol Finance' Officvr. -1 X Q 'ivy l Q r , K 1 l ifmnplimvnte- of SNIITH SQIRM IRON, llvvallir EARL MONTACLAE teavhe Q Chemistry 12. Science 8 and Bin- lngy 9. BS.. Ohiu Statzfz Ninth Grade Sponsor. Strf-et Patrnl Advisor, "'N'W'P"N iffy? JANE REED teavhes Home EC. 7,9-10-11-12 and Physical Educa- tiun 9-10. HS.. Ball State: An- nual .-Xdvisor. llmnf' EC. ffluh. Pvp Club Dirf-ctor. NIf'1R'l'lN WA'I'SON tc-acl1f-Q Yu- rational :'kg:ric'ultur1- 8 to 12. Tm-nth Grade- Fpunsrvr. HS.. and LH.. Ke-ntuvkyg FFA Advisnr, ROBERT HXX 1--avl11'- Nlufiv I I-1 12, HS.. Indiana. 1 X fi X 1 1 S I X g,.X S th 'liv- x1,1Rf11,1 RIAIJIHCK 1.-31-11.-1 ,111 1 1.. 12. 115. 11311 sm.-. 3 Cf1n1pIi111Pnts of H1-XNIMONUS FRVIT MARKET and RIVERSIDE GARAGE Decatur A JUHN REED. ,,f1'7'If'l'lIG,. T-12. C1-11-r111111'111 12. Wnrld History IU. HS.. Uhi-1 Nnrth'-rn and VK.. Hall Nana Supq-rxiwr 11111111 r+111111. Sp--11-or 5111111111 C1111nc'1l, N XONII IQRIFFITHS twarhf. Iiir-I tlradf-. Iiall Starr and Man- f'I'lf'NU'f Iii. eae4ew It is N NIXRTIIA IIAIZHILILER twat-hv-1 I'irNt ffrzuiv. Hb.. Uhin Capitol. ' 1- XIXIU HLIIIX tv-avlirs 5vf'1tn4I Grail:-. XIlHl4'Ill'NIl'l'. FIIXNIQIIS IiIfYI'W t+-af'h+-- Sw-- unfi flraiif-. xiiillfilf'-If'l'. NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY. HONIJKR.-XS AND PETERSON GRAIN. Pr-if-rfon YIZIJ.-X IQRIST tffaches Third Grade-. Tri Stale and St. Francis. H.-XRRIICT MILLS t e- a c h e S Third Grade-. DePauw. Ball State- and Ft. Franris. DOLORES B Y If R L Y teaches Ifuurth Grade. NIanc'hf'stf-r. BaII State- and St. Francis. HEIEN I N N I CL If R tr-aches I-'uurlh Cradr. Ball State. 1 'U .M in :lfvV!'Y1fVI G 4.-'C KFYYTH WATKIXS t1-ar'iif-- fiftii gradw RS.. Xndf-rwn HLNIFR FHRS,-XM tvaviw- fifth grade Indiana State. Ball Statf- THONHS .VXDLFR tf'iit'hf'S Nixtll grade- H5.. iiuntiiigztnii. Indian LEO STRAIIN1 te-zivlwx fixtii grada- xTLiIN,'ilf'Nlf'I' LISTERS STORE and PECK HARDWARE. Preble- EZRA SNYDER teaclies 7-8 math Tri State. Manchester RORFRT BROWN IPHPTIPS 7-8 History RS.. Huntingtnn. Nfuiic-lwgu-r. Indiana li. 'l'lHQl.Nl.-X IIENIJRICKS tmivlivx hug.. Hwinf' lux l'iix. lid. T-8 NH. Ball Flute ITQROY lI.kBI,K tvuvliv- Svie-nCn' T i'ilX. i'.d. t-8 llriwr- Training: HS. -1. lun PIA. Bl Bi ' Vernon HHH' and Flnvi 1 'Br '- ' -' N UTYXNUIT . ' I lf V1 fl 1 4 1 y N x 'K 1 Y ' I 1 T P! "':...1- ,x,Elfll'llhllTf'. Hb.. nf Illinfrii, Zu fi1lI'llUIl Adanxwn. Veterans IIINPIWIIQ I Irft In right: I.illif- Hiwll. Alta Byerly. lfla rnwlui. Flu lirunflt. and I.ur'illf: Hainfw First row: C. Reber. F. YunlQuntc'11. l". 5 rrungvr. I.. llivln. .l. Nlalvy. J. lluzvlwwrl. 5f'l'Ullti I row: P. Nussbaum. J. Nllxrbfllllll. W. Nuxfhauru. N'-I pif't11rwl: H. .Xrru-lnl. H. Bargcr. R. Bucher. E. COllYE'l'bt!. B. Fixlwr. X. Ste-ffrn. Compliments of CH XILLYII 1 E Fl EYXTOH CU and KLFRBFRN IUCKFH Craigxille 4llh. ,Mis W-al ,gf W, ,f "A,f:"' if M .A P' ,. . f ,, . K.- - f - Jpyrm . , . . , , , . . , M,m,fyp 'f, N, aan' X, 4' ,v w1.""' fx -', .- - 1 ,- ff T -' 'Q nf, n ,'-312' J" J-y -4 v' h ' ff' .,,':.h '?.."'f.-1-f'-Q ,- !f'fL1-i-Q - . - JF .' IX uf' V if v 5 ' 0 NH JOHN RIPLEY lersonalztx plus ELAINE STULTZ Sure! and hard lo beat easant N ' s . : l E- "ev mi- lass Se 'retary 2. 4: llay 4: Ann -nt 3.- 1 lla" 3. 4: Annual Ftaf .. : -i 3, 43 l . . 3. 4: 6 - ' Q . SH ew f- - -nmb I. 2. 3. 4: Librarian 2: fe s- paper 2. 4: Office Help 3. 4: Chorus .23 luren . Qin-:ff-'f 1i4lN.. : 'ntl . Stu en N nag'-r Z: --w- 1' 5 : rac' : 'nitef Natiun- lint:-s f. LARRY SCHWARTZ .Uolher l1lll'llVYS said l'1l be presiflerzt ALLEN LEHMAN Dorf! fenre me in Ia:-E efl-nt . . '. : P y 3 Class Treasurer 2. 3. 4: Class Secretary 'ndl. .f. : los : : ay , :fewsaer , , : orus 1, 2. 3. 4: and 1. . .43 s- ketball 2. 3: Baseball 3. 43 Track 2. 4: Student Manager 4: State Algebra Cuntest 1: United Nations Contest 3: I mrarian 2. 3: C ntral-Aires 2. .. g Brass Ensemble 2: Annual Staff 4. rian 2. 3. 43 ,- . . . 4: .- esil-t 3: FFA Section lresilent : State Algebra Test 1: State lm is Judging Champs 4: Student Cnuneil 2. 3: Student Council President 3: I-ntral-Aires 2. 3. 4: Pep Club . . I I www I fr I Y 'it t iiipliiii-:rib of "XY atrli that fluff. ff-llaf' XSD Hull Klum...- JAMES BAUMAN llnrft rush me DONALD BARGER Hard to funrinre Play 3, 43 Pham Club 23 Studvnt Council 4g Student Council President 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Pcp Club President 43 Librarian 2: Office Help 2. Track 2. 3. 4. RODERICK BEER Gire me basketball then girls Stuclf-nt Council 3. 4g Newspaper 2. 3. 43 Office Help 2: Chorus 1. 23 llaskfftball 1. 2. 3. 43 Bascball 2. 3. 43 Track 1. 2, 3. 43 Moat Popular 3. JOHN BLUHM FREDERICK Fox He can mee! any ocr'a.s1'on Claw Vicf- Pre-side-nt 1: Pboto Club 2g Pe-p Club 2. 3: Ycll lmadcr 43 FFA .lly heart belongs to Iliff farm Play 3. 43 Annual Staff 3. 43 Ncws- papcr 2. 3: Cbnruf 2. 3. 43 lland 3. 4g Newspapcr 2. 3, 43 Sc-cond 3, -43 Ccntral-Aires 3, 43 Ye-ll Lf-adcr 4. Tr-ani 23 Annual Staff 4. We '4 - 4, 9 i "Hey ff'llaS. gc! a load uf Ibis" Cmnplimf-nt, nf TOCSIN I.l'NlllER AND GRAIN CON' and R. S. 8 NI. S'l'lilJl0. llluffmn l I Prckmg up the Nfonroe Gazette one early mommg ln the year of 1972 I glanced as usual at the headlmes It seems that some people would have a lnttle consideration for John Rowdon He was caught a few weeks ago trylng to bum a rtde on a tram When asked what he was try mg to do hls only answer was Huh What more could he say when he saw a gun bemg pomted at htm by none other than the most deadly shot m all the Umted States Shenff Coldle Hollopeter After John regalned his senses he asked to see his lawyer Today IS the day of hls trlal Hls lawyer Wllles Zimmerman IQ quoted I atm to saye thx bum loops I mean manl from thls mcrlmmatmg offense Reading down a but farther l saw where the President Patsy Unck was gomg before the House to overrule the sale of bubble gum A complaint was sent to President Urtck from the new teenage rave Dorothy Lambert who has taken the place of Terry Moore The other mght at the premxere of NIISS Lamberts new plcture there was a r1ot between Vernon Ratcllff and Daye Helmrlch the two top bubble salesmen Nhss Lambert tned to stop the fxght and ln doing so got bubble gum ln her haxr She cannot be seen ln public for she had all her hatr extracted In readmg the forelgn news l saw where Cermanys prtme mlnlster Bernd Van Ruschen was travelmg to Lon don England to spend a few days wrth the Duke of Wxnd sor the former Ronald Wagley of Nlonroe Indlana They are plannmg to attend the polo game Wh1Ch features the greatest polo player ln Europe Jrm Lobslger and hrs won der horse Rover Mr Lobsxger has played against all the polo players ln the Umted States and Europe and has never been defeated 011 has been struck ln Texas Yes thats what lt sald After all these years of trymg 'Vlr Rodenck Beer and Nlr Richard Rumple flnally became rlch It seems only a few years ago that they started to drlll for oxl ln hopes of gettmg enough money for the two mer to buy themselves the goat ranch they have always wanted They always dxd go for goals mxlk Well what do you know? Rmgley Brothers got them a new hon tamer You couldnt fund me m a cage wrth one of those ammals I sure hope Miss Shaw knows what she IS dolng It says here NTISS Mary ,lane Shaw wlll show the world her excellent control over her favorlte cat Chln go tonight at the faxr grounds Be sure to attend Xoung whirl wxnd dtscoyers Rahles cure Xoung How ard Nlxchaels who has been studying Sclence for only seyeral years floors Professor Albert Elnstem and others by commg up wlth an amazing dlscoyery for Dog Rabies lf your dog has rabies says Dr Nllchaels douse htm ln thls specxal rabx sulutlon He wxll come out spotless and rablless Try tt and see Soap klng sells out Planning to retlre Allen 1Pee Wee! Lehman lb planning to ell out hrs large soap plant located on the outskxrts of Nlonroe to Gordon Smgleton The two men met yesterday to discuss terms of the sale While dxscussmg the sale Wir Lehman broke down tn a flood of tears This was my life obbed Xlr Lehman Please take care of the plant and all the employees they haye been so mee to me Why last year they gave me a years supply of our nlce soap for Christmas Mr Smgle ton hearmg the crymg man tell of some of hrs saddest moments with the plant also began to sob Both men clung to each other and smce the office was begmmng to ftll up with tear: 'tfr Lehmans secretary Kay Ann Wxtte called the doctor and the Jamtor to clean up the mess Upon the doctors arrlyal he found both men lylng on the floor exhausted from the cry Mrs ,lohn Smith allas Ardola Parrlsh moums loss of flfth husband Today Nlr John Smlth lost her flfth husband the wealthy ,lohn Smlth Undertaker Jlm Bau man who has myestlgated the mvsterlous death of all flve men savs there rs no trace of polson or any other illegal domgs Of course no one thmks 1nnocent 'Vlrs Smlth d1d anythmg although she dxd mherlt all of the wealthy mens money Upon frmshmg school Johnny Bluhm took up tap dancmg lessons wrth Arthur Nlurrays assxstant Fred Fox The two men became so attached to each other that Arthur had to frre Mr Fox have done for now the two of them are appearmg to gether on thexr own TV program Eyeryone watch your screens and tubes Fred has blg feet That was the worst thmg he could Flymg Saucer seen nn NIOUHIBIH area Oh dont be alarmed folks just keep your seats It 14 just .lohn Rlp ley followmg ln hls fathers footsteps teachmg his fnf teen chlldren to yodel and smg Hllly Billy Musto Playmg tonight at Carnegie Hall wlll be the great v1ol1n 1st Ruth Nlae Weber On the program of entertalnlng muslc for the evenmg wxll be Beethovens 'VIIDNICHT RIDE tl thmk rt ts Beethoyensl Attendmg this con cert wlll be Larry Schwartz and hls swmglng five who are known throughout the Umted States as the hottest corn pickers around It will do these boys some good to llsten to some cool musnc for a change says Mr Schwartz Readmg the Society page I notlced a new artlcle called Your Love Problems The tltle sounded lnterestmg so I began reading If you are tled down dont fret lm tled too says Don Barger wrlter of the artxcle Dont let trifle thmgs get you down, Jom the rest of us guys who are spendmg our nlghts m the gutter because of heartbreak Whateyer you do never let your wlfe know how you feel lf she knew she would probably send you to bed wtthout any supper and that would be drastic So men lf you haye problems let me help ,lust send your cards and letters to me Donald Barger 1234 North Second Street Monroe Indlana and l wxll answer them as soon as possible Also on the Society page was a brlef artxcle on Elame Stultz She got herself a man She always dld go for the dark and handsome and here she shows up with Llberaces nephew Whew' Some people haye all the luck Say now shouldnt I recognize that woman Of course that 1 Florme Hlrschy Where dld she get all those brats er l mean children They have eyen got their plctures nn the paper lt says here Youngest mother ln the Umted States to haye four sets of twms During a Cen sus taken last year ll was discovered that 28 year old Florme Hlrschy 15 the youngest mother of the most child ren Ju t thunk elght krds ln a httle less than seven years Help wanted Some one to hold glue bottle whale glue rs bemg applied If you are xnterested see the manager Mr Dand Lxby between now and Friday 'Nlust have long strong fmgerc If the manager xsnt m consult the nearest drugstore You will probably fmd htm there buymg more glue Compliments of DUTCH MILL Bluffton y ' ' ' y .' 1 . , c . -. . .. c .. , c . . 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' - ' .. -. - . n Q - - - - - , , , , . . , -.. ... L , . . .. - , V A -- -. . - , S . . . ' 4. V ' , . ., u l Y . . . v 5 ' - . 1 v v - - v vu - .' ' y ' 1 . . ' - ' ' ' ' . . . ' ' ' ' y .. v , , , . . . . , L . - . . -1 - - n 1 , 1 605 As we look back into the pages of time we find that when the class of 1955 entered high school, there were 32 eager, green freshmen who started their first year with Larry Schwartz as President, John Bluhm as Vice President, Ardola Parrish as Secretary, Alvin Schwartz as Treasurerg and Miss Beavers as Class Sponsor. We held a class party in the fall of that year and ended the year with an- other one. Oh! were those seniors ever hard on US... When we came back the following fall as sopho- mores, we had one thing that we didn't have to worry about-no more initiation. We started out by electing Larry Schwartz, President, Shirley Ru- pert, Vice President, Elaine Stultz, Secretary, and Allen Lehman, Treasurer. There were only 28 of us back for our second year of high school and our first class party. We started two new things in the school this year. The selling of sweaters and a carnival, which proved to be more fun for us than the visitors. We held our second class party and were out for a fun filled summer vacation. We entered our Junior year 28 strong and elected the officers, Larry Schwartz, President, John Rip- ley, Vice President: Allen Lehman, Secretary- Treasurer. We started out by giving the seniors a good race in the magazine sales only to be edged out on the last day. We then thrilled the public with the play of the year, '4Stranger in the Night." We also spon- sored a bake sale and a scrap drive to raise money. Between semesters we moved to the new build- ing. What a change! ln the spring we sponsored a skating party up at Bellis. Everyone attending had a good time. We didnit do much the rest of the year, just waited for it to end. At last our senior year, ah! and in the new build- ing for the whole year. The first graduating class to spend a whole year in the new structure. We elected officers again: Larry Schwartz, President lhe's had a 4- year termtg John Ripley, Vice President the's repeating toot, Elaine Stultz, Secretary fback from the sophomore yearig and Allen Lehman, told money bags! Treasurer. The magazine sales were our first money making venture of the election. We came in second again KNO Fuller Brush suspects in our class.j After the magazine sales were over we started to practice for what was the best attended play in the county twe think,l "New Fires." Everyone enjoyed it but the director . . . she aged ten years at the prac- tices. In October we journeyed west . . . just to Bluffton, to have our pictures taken. After the hectic basketball season we left for the trip. We saw the capital building in Washington and most of the other federal buildings. Several other popular places were visited and then the trip home. Everyone enjoyed it very much. Baccalaureate, Commencement, and good-bye Adams Central. Compliments of BERNE ICE CREAM and MOSER MOTOR SALES, INC., Berne I Janeen ,I H We the Graduating Claw of 1951 being en perfeet phy51 cal health and with Qeiunel and now lJr1ll1ant minel mn ry tem the 1111 n ef nt ereliy pulili li our a will and teetame nt re nelering nu and yeiiel all t er -tate ee elurine a lirief pe rie-e an1Q fentral H1 h heh e nt5 wlneli may haye ie ef Qanity while attending the Nlr R eel er r y pr ncipa P wi iaee e annal reee-re ine' a t e ene uranee reemre ieh he ha w u ery151ng. u Ur C er ane l'lf e eur eyeryre5en 5m gl 5 V51 fell' I dl tl ptbniltf' aneithe r reiup the ret the fae'11lty we will peaee and quiet fer u ure year we a all the nevtee paper airpane 5e1u1rt gun and other outlawed art1ele5 whieh haye heen er nel in eyur 0-5e551e1n e a 1 t m a e ae- a yer f their we ei the un1e1r5 we wi our Illlf'l e15pev51t1ein and eiir Qhoe5 which we ei eapalily haye filled during, the paet year wit hopee that all the 3 y5 t at aye 1een e1urQ wi me theiri ln their ge-nieir year the Seiplieinieire we a it the mae r l laee t we re e ee next two yeara and hope that they will uie it in the r ie Ceirrut FIIHHTIPI' without indeed To the Fre5l1men we will our senee of humor which we wenulel have feiunel 5Ch0ol life painful and which will do much ten make it enelurable fear them l llevnalel Harper will my inneieent manner when aee'u5eel eif SOIIlEllllI'tl. tee Arlen Nlitehell lame-Q Bauman will my track ability te Jerry Nprunger and MI h him the be5t of luck veerirk ll er ll fary NICN1 e n ei ye-ar ei liaeketliall ein the yareity team 11n Bluhm will t e ianelling elf t e eheel projector to Paul Germann and hope that he find a helpful n avi tant a he ha lieen to e eeeriel-.l' re wi my eeep a ee l lar emye eee eilmnau yiel H llllfll li a n, with a elven ieartee te lxaren Nnyee l1ey1n,v1 that lie will eapalily do the Joh ltfllll I' I ll fl d l ge M I X U ll e Nlle e errevthy amlre rt e r w ie-me can learn the eeimliinatiein en lehman will IN r1 at 1 e ry e e 111y lla tie ability te. llare, l lame: Lobaiger will my knowledge of when and where to run eiut eff gal to Kenny Baumgartner l Heiwarel 'llichaelr will my whole lilyrary nf Nlechaniew lllutrated anel Oye-rrateel to Gene 'SICKe-an after l am through with them-eipeeially the worn eiut eine l Areleila larri h will my petite tature and Social Qtand ing tn 'Nancy Parrih and my annual eel1te1r1alQh1p to leiwell Nltehael Xernein Rateliff will n1y lfenaflx te get inte: treiulile at tl1e mei-t ineeinye ment time to Kay Heare anel lliane life ity yy ei eem tey lenerw pretty ye iew ter elei 1t anyway ohn Ripley will my elreamy eyee and Qtyl15h haircut to lie Reweelein and my 5eheie1l e1ff1ee5 t ,lim F1 er e Roweleen will y ie a intelligent w 1n5te1n 1-ter Diek Rumple w1ll my height anel lia leetlyall ability jalmer lnniger llernd lan Ru5e ien will my wlii tling. dlll ity to enter tain my5elf when idle tu Richard Kaehr Larry Sehwartz will my FFA 5tand1ng5 ten Dee Byerlv and hope that he will attain the Qtandinga that l have ,lanet Shady will to qonja hehug 111y he ight Q0 that Hhe may 5ee what the pe eiple look like from almye Nlary ,lane Shaw will eyerytlilng l haye receiyed from Qehool the5e la5t four year5 to Lare-l lzgley Wltll hope t Qie e-njeiy it a mueh a l Ceyrdein Singleton will my plea ing mile to 'llarjorie Hee her U l Ill! NLIIIOI' Xt'3l' to HIS litl' Ilfllla I1 'at5y Lriek will my quiet ways te Le ta Hike an my frienelly mile- ter Nlary Haugk 1 Nlae W li r w te Nlarym lure e 111 tue ei nner anel li einnie Ve ag.ley will tei Gary Hingger my lireileen e' ie-mi I ll y Xni Witte wi I ae e 1 yt X arn ir tay away from my lxenny e eman e e my pat ei e le-ter ein Heyad ln wi ne eewni ee eiur H and el tie yr ey ie een une ree an 1 y 1. 4N1g.ne ell Kllen l IW itne- 5l karen e hman Nny ele-r Ira U' - eipi Aer in l1f'l'5. rlei l'1 U' .5 A l st ii l U .' U 1 U . . ' , , ' 0 h , U 1, U U U UU U me- - W U- - l -en ma l ' g V - ' l ' i 'UU ' -' ' - - 1 . A ' I ' ' I ' ' Ad l' ig: evil. x i U I ' U I i - - To . . e- . u lie-leve-d i A l. w' 'll a 1 ,z in th S e-f time- -' lt , ll hf ' l - - l5 - - J if " j ' 5 . .' , - whi N e-5tahli5l1e-el 'hile 5 p ' 5. i -l ,' 'F . j ' i ' e ' To . . feilli- l llliv lle-'l il l. 1 - - 1 t 5 11- .er.'. '- will fiye- y' -' - elf re--t he-f ire- h' ing t 5 IU '- -' U -' U' - .- , ,. ' . . -li 5-- ' ' U' v-ll l 1 ' ' U' ' To 5 elf ' ' U' ' 'I ' V' i f tU - U' US. as --ll S U U. .. U ' l F. IU J - ,- U. , U. U U U. -U - ' 5' i D H 1'-k ' ' 'sh-. f u ' p -. . W' - l5e will he 'l :S th I ' U will. like 115. ne' - tire- er -' wrle. l. .la 'k ' . ' mU' qui -t 'nel ' - ' 1' 'ay'5 tel T U J . UU ,H U . i.UU . S U W 5 l. ,, -. 5 1 1- in A-ei 1. - 1. ll , - i., To f -S. " will heir h in l 'k of I U -, ,I , .- . . -x - , . -1- . U Ki k'5 ' he eine- that '- w'e - ki 'k -l out elf. fer tl i - ,U - i E U U ' , ' I U IU U U. UUU U. U . S U UU U. UU U l- -U U - 'i .' ' i i ,' ' .' 6 ' - fha .l 5 ' S U i 5 have-. 1 l, Re l ' e-'. wi ten , U . .I ll n iy' f ur U' 5 U U I JUI , hx I - hU UU UU . l. Elaine Stultz. will my ability' tem 5tay' away from lievys ' A - S U U a nt'l U' A ' U' U' 5':t-. Q An . .,.5'5 5 - 5 - m . l. l Q.' Y i ' e 'A ,' I ' v iii i' Cl U' 1. Fr-1 -'11 3 1- 1, win ee, iieieie- . tene " J S A - I '- anl U 'lie' -rl -alingr aliility ter llel ' 5 ' gh. l. Rutl . - 'e- e-. 'ill 1 . ' '. 'h -r y' 5 li u5 l, lla ' e- V . will my ability lei get 'lei er " 'ny' ma - 5 ' e-pe that he- will 11-e the-m. el ' -l -' -l Ilt'F5Ull at any' time- e " - f U' l -r lie- . ' 5 A . .. U. , R .U U UUUU U. e UU . UU U UU U I -FU try' te-5 ilie-5. l. Fl ' - Hi 5-hy. will Ie' liar lyn Ch '5te-ne-r. my' 'lflity' to -1 'itl a graeluate- elf the- e'lu55 elf '5Il. U A l. Kaj x 1 M -. "ll ter Nlarilyn Arne lel my' ability' tn gn N ..- ' - ei ' I- --N e.f 'F . Y" ' rf "All l. tleylelie- lle-lleype-te-r, will my aliilit te get with a l ey in 'Ui his UMUHUI UUdU ll l In th, UIIJU.. I my my' e'la55 ti .' - Rei tp, l' ' ' ' ' 'i l. ll ' I: - . will my -mpty' leurke- ie, -l -wr lf Nlile Zlllllll'l' - yill l" l-3l'l'Y Nl? 'V' ,' ' li ll lll' ' - - 4 l ' ' 5 ' . l. All .- ' . " Il U' aliility' to lie- -e-e-n with the- 'phi "t -55. l1-r- ' l. we the' unele-r5igne-el haye- .'-t girl tle- right tim- to le-r U' Nlit 'he-l. anl U' 5e'lel'5- liar l ' 5e-al ein tl1i5 fir5t elay' elf l' -U1ruarUy. in l - U' ar " I I U' lel Ilie-k. uf Uur l. rel. Nil 'I " H l 'l ' el l"ftU'-l'i 'e'. ' S -ef has if alrub ' ras Our Ill-ff'1'1Uf'fxll5S llE.'XVl'iliS The Senior Class presented "NEW l"lliE5." a three act comedy, on Friday night, October 29, 195-1. The play. di- rected by Miss Beavers. was the story of an author who visited his inherited farm in an effort to regain his writing muse and to teach his sophisticated family the true values of life. This was accomplished after many serious and amusing events. Tliey're waiting for us. dear. v1.k - THE CAST Oh! lg - . i nt it lu.aum.u1. N X F. .xg-s Compliments of GLOBE HATCHERY and NAGELTS FLOWERS. Berne -+ '- '- QQ, - ' -s, -. Y ..s. , - .,.M -5. . ' -- . - - Q. . - , - ' Q - ' .- - ' Q Q ' n -. ' n. Q ' .Q , I .nu ,Qi " - i.- Y-i A V .1 ,- 9 ' Vw A' Y . .gf V13 1' ga- , , , 3 ,sU 1 Q. ---2 YL '--2:2232 - 'X .LF H'xkF.lU .mf ll, IHIRX INR llvfilfllf' nfiff : : ' , "......."' . . +i,,La ! 19 94 4""!1ff,, 4 q . 2 ft - .V ! 911 if .1 ,, " f mffw, f Z 31 kl-Q. 'I' 'CIG- . LLL 2 ' Q 1 1 f 'Q L... S, xi. , 4 President Vice Presiden t ,,,,, Treasurer ., Secretary , , Sponsors Presidenl Vire President MAE CHRISTENER Sevrelary-Treasurer IIETTE ROYER Sponsors MR. MONTACIQE Compliments of D. W. FIREOVED. Veterinarian Berne I JERRY SPRENCER JIM FI5HI-IR ,, ,, KAREN SNYDER ,, ,, MARILYN ARNOLD MISS BEAYERS MR. WATSON President , , Vice President Treasurer ,, , Secretary , Sponsors , , MARCUS RIPLEY GRETCHEN SCHNEPP CYNTHIA LEHMAN , CHARLES HEARE , . MR. ARNOLD MR. FRUTH PAT LIEQQHTY MR, HAGGARD ,gl Z Z if Q.. Q. Q J- sulfur' J 9' D .Riff 'M ' 5 I Y. .L ,,,-,x IQ 'Sf 1' ix? . x? I 'Il' vb 'ii' sfffilfi 5 if V P ' .ff 12-' If , W I-I '41 is iq-ig 4, Q .nfl of -Q i A 4 I Q 4 L 11 Q H .itl- f X Compliments uf s 'V n I 3: '-- , '- .J ' R ' fx ' LA ZWICKS' FLNER.-Xl. HOME and MONVMENTS GERBERT4 MARKET. Decatur First rriw. left to right: M. Ar mild. K. Baumgartner. M. Be-ch er. D. Byf-rly, C. Chrislner. H Uick. Second row: C. Egley, J. Fisher B. Fosnaugh. P. Germann, M Habegger. R. Hahegger. Third row: M. Haugh, K. Heare. C. Hike, S. Hirschy, T. Hoff man, P. lnniger. Fourth row: R. Kaehr, B. Kersh- ner. R. Landis, L. Lautzenheiser D. Liechty, C. McKean. Fifth row: L. Michaels, A. Mil- ler. A. Miichel, L. Meyer. J. Mitchel. N. Parrish. Sixth row: M. Rice, P. Riley. G. Ringger. M. Roop, R. Row- don. S. Schug. Seventh row: N. Shoaf. K. Sny- der. J. Sprunger. J. Taylor. J. Weaver. M. Zurcher. a Q if tif" . yy' M , 'I I ll P-.ly 'f lf A Q 1 - - . Mr, L ' l 'l 1 s - ' 1 L , Q - 9 , 4 I '. v , - 4 gp 'gs X 'Z' Re-if 3' .Z 'ii C' 69 'Q' 17 5-3' xi N19 I-xr I raw left Ie nght J llaumgartnrr W Bxerlx ll Cauhle N :ond r u R Cor on N Cramer 'Nl Ehr am B Flechter A Freel E fcrber R ferher Thlrcl rrw L Curb N1 brlfflth Y Hamlllrn B Hartman I H1are C Heller E Hlr ehx Fourth nm N Hxr chu T Hoffman L Kar hr C Ker hner NI Knxttle C Lehman Nl Lehman Flfth mv. L NIcKean P Nloqer Nl Nu haum L Plnughe K Reed NI Rnplvw C Rue Nxth rm D R4 L Nehug G hchnepp F Qchvsarlz P Singleton D Nnnth VI Sprunger New-nth rom Y Nteffen ,I Ntemer B Qteury L Ntultz D Turncr B Wechter 9 Xodfr Lomplnnent of BOW ER 9 IEW ELRX NTORF and HELLER COAL FEED 8. SUPPLY CO Decatur L ' ' 4 . f f f J in ul E F. .. I ,V 'EH J ' " dr - e 4 YEL I ' X, , V 1 1 -"lf Jo.. f W V v .5 'J , ' f sw V I , r - A J I f ' 4, l 1: -. 'S' 2- r A 'U -4. - - A3 ' K it L 1 - Y L Exif -. ' L Q 3 G. ' i ' 3 X , - N' l ,. 1' 4 ul ,V J , 7 A51 xx WU "L, S Q v., ',,, ul- , . L -, 1. . A 5 - r . .,f ng-gx I ' ,- -xx - .ml C Ng I I ' .Km Us , I .RQ cu J .X 6':s 'Q 5 5' 'Q 0 All 'econd r vs X Beer D Bluhm Bfxmf D Cauhlf- YI Chfll fnf r N Frlward Thlrd rom B Elcher C Feld S Habeggar 'NI Hamrlck R Hawking A Hllty Fourth row R Hlrschy ,I H01 lopeter Ni ,Iuarequx N Juare- qu1 T Lambert R Lantz I'1fth row L Lehman P Llcrh ty W Llster G 'NIc'NI1llen D 'Nlendoza 'NI 'Nlerrlman Qlxth row R 'Nfvera C 'Vlntchel C Neuen chwander B Rover D Sauder J QIIIIOTI Seventh row R Slpe G Snyder nycier Nor nfr B S ner D qtout E1 th row N Qtucky NI Wlcky J Wheeler I Worth man NI Yoder R Znmmerman t rrm lvf t A-Elm' J Hal es Bar er Beard l 113. -14"-1lN..:-Ti? ap.- 41 'Y if 1? 3 i if dn, 7 gl fn 6' C' tr 'T W' I-of so- "L, C: 12-' il ,PG- -ZL V7 if ...J Tx N if 'IN Mi: tl 41? -JI? Comphments of JEFFERSON GAR AGE 84 BERNE NIXNTER FEED STORE INC R H NIESHBERGER Berne fd X 5 H' f 1- my qi -1, RL iv 34 M F- ' K " ,I xy 'N . 6 ' I L I.: Q .1 , : 1 2,5 , 1'T 'Fa if Pl X " V1 f L Y 'L R' 1 D T r A R Q ' ' . ., 7 . N , 'L 'rr. ,- 'R ".'V 1 R fi 4 R th' L E rfb v 5 R' Yr' .Q' ,W ,, 1' ' ff -E 933' I i ww 5 S , 'fl fffv 1' , ' ' ' v . 1,1 4 ' ' ,Q f Ai' A 'QV W' Q . fn' L I lffi? f 5, . , c9454 F 'F vu ' First row. if-ft tn right: K. .-Xdlfr. C. vi 5 Andf-rsfin. .L Andrf-w. B. Arnfwlri. '. Bailf-y Svctund row: Bolle-nbocker. R. Brown. NI. Dick. NI. Egley. G. Essf-x. P. Frank. Third rnw: I.. frPl"iJf'l', J. Cf-rber. D. Geyer. E. Griffiths. A. Habeg- gzar. I.. Habhf-gar. Fourth row: C. Haggard, C. Hain:-s. N. Hart. D. Hartman. Va J. Hartman, C. Helmrich. Fifth row: T. Hr-yvrly. T. Hike' J. Lambert. J. Hoffman, C. Inniger, D. Isch: Sixth row: J. Lantz, F. Mann E. MUKQ-an, 0. Meshherger. W. ' ' Nc-ue-nschwander. D. Nussbaum. 'Q Seventh row: S. Osterman, D Ray, L. Reber, R. Schlickman R. Schwartz, B. Shoaf. U 5 L Eighth row: K. Singleton. I Smith. L. Springer, J. Sprunger NI. Fteffan. K. Stultz. Ninth row: A. Thomas, T. Witte L. Wittwer, B. Yager, E. Yoder. A. Zimmerman. a. w Q . qv W Q 1. V , ' v 'Q 2, A W s "' .rx V . f as . Jw a ir, Naam 413' ww' K x i 4 M I x , 5 Y v' J I .Z . .Sh 1- dvi tv.-4' wi up Nut picture-fl: ll. Baumgzartne-r. P. Nui 4 ssanr r um e F 1 ma Schwartz. N. Schwartz. A. Shvtlfr. NI. Nh tl r and X YY it lt x Cnmplinwnts of KAYEF' SHOE STORE and SCHAFEH STORE Decatur ww -- Second nm B Baum arlner C II I II er NI IMI I Br C n Th1rd r1v1 I Decker C r I. re man I7r Ilmg Iunk L Iu Ix I'LurII1 rms I QJCIIJCY P r K Cn 111 X Hahv gar abe f Ham1Iton Hart 1 t rom Hedm ton e mr1CI11 I Huerls R H11 D H11 chx I Hoffman I Hol I1n er NIKII rovs D Hauflm I11n1 mr R .Iauregul .I Ikac-hr B Iam Iwrt ,I Long worth Ix XIcBr1de NQNPUIII rua P NICBTHP Nlckfan N 'Nlckvan R Xlame D NI:-ndoza D XI11'tL C XI1IIer 1 1th rrm N1her nr c T Rm pr Rupert. 5. 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Y., I OF lD4Q.,h,AQ fm fwrzbrflf :rvx-lzfffmflx Jun: Ilwm fwu Hf'IIL1'1-. j W 1, Y V' f 1 l E J I N! ,X figfzt. fiyflt rVm'ff1f'f1ffn,f,1'm tfz-' H111-fwffffffflff' W , 1 W X f ' w 'N U JI ggpgl no If F l1"Mg + 2 4 WwWm1M w m W I f N VIIIRflflfRNA.,11.111,-f'7II-NI!L.'7""r-fln!1!lI!-Vvljfff 'Ur 'wx wllswxx "ml ' I L g Q 4 In IH m .1 I JM F' Fed' E' I W M W PM ff ww H lil-ffl-IW xprwnl fVf11'If1!fn' mine'nfu111'flv'r1rnrlmra gn E , .fi Will 1JI'f'x-flfmrnfx Ilfll tfzfx glll1lf',',',' ' - G un -eq 444 Zend What a yr-ar for 1-ur hanfl. trying In e-arn mwnvy fur no-w unifurmf and In-ing hu-I for Ihr' vlnunty mufir fe'-Iixal. All Ihr' rwvunly Ifmk part in thi- le-ftisal and Ihvrr- wfrr- apprf-ximate-ly 175 lllf'IIllJf'l'4 in Ihr- hanfl anfl 282 in Ihr' vlwrux. The-y haw partivi- patwl in all lhfl hmm- gamr-r. The- hand maule' fwrmaIinn5 aml gaw halflimv flour slluws, The' hanrl marrln-al in Ihv- li:-rnv Fall Fw--Iixal in Ihr- I-arly fall. 'l'h-- mu-iv 4lr-purlnwnl i- planning a -pring wnvz-rt for Ihr' month nf April. lluml . ck lu the Band nc-xt yvar. uv g spf 7 Q I gmac cation .I r F :uf Af' ,1 ,r , 'ti .,,. mg!" f Q . ., V - 'Q' .wh .f L . ff, TA ' " , '- '. yi' L, . ,udp L. ' . '. , r - ' , .1 As,',,,,: JJ" '.r-f ,1 P ff ' J f mtmw , . as q . cr , V' , ' ' A , - K., J: , , -.-Y-fa. x N5 .4 . K , l , n- I n., --1 -., , ,. , u 1 A , ,, JI 430' Q- .A Q Y , 9515 ,,,. , Aix. -4 1' 4 I A 1 I - 4 .0 W? 4 "1 if ' R X ,, A , ' 711' in ' . if - ff, ' n' '-,L , ,, A 5, ' n G 92. " 1 jx I A if 3 S- " A' -'V '. Zi n K Q ' I ' , IU Q' s ul -' Q4 If T-fa - , 4? pa., 1' I' T fflli 0-QQ QW. f A fi a Unr llifwtol Xlll. It XY 7716 There are 53 rnemlvers in the :Xfl3IIlS Central Nlixed Chorus. There are a Girls' Chorus of 30 members and a Boys' Chorus of 23 members. The avtiyities of the Chorus this year were the county musif' festiyal anfl a pulwlie convert was presentetl in the spring. .-Xsicle from tht' Chorus as a group yy as a male quartet composed of Nlr. Ray. Allen Lehman. lfrecl Fox. and Larry Svhuartzz also a girls' trio composed of Cynthia Lehman. Carol Kaehr. and Betty' Stuery. These two groups sang for ehapel and other assembly programs. W., xi. Hf'f"'j . ' ll' ' Ixs. ' lault' l" Nl. Flu , Q .x.Af.f" - . Nt.-uw ' i K, N0 , .XM ly, ' , ix .L lliift 4 KWH- ' l ' lv ' Nl! W' . . XL Xrw'l'l' ' 'glhunlrl Um: L" l l l1lnlnn..l'4 xy lil. Xlrkt'3'l' y H Y-U4 vm' y Fnytler. -' K-M L.-lnnan. .hr JV Flint 5- U BV-fly. . K sumlril kwin! i Y llir-4'lt5i 'rg y ll1'll"lwllirl' Xt-tim'xi-Vllv-awliar X. Xlllllii-uhirow: D' -i--' -'-xi-' , vs-' ,. L-r'-'. ' - Ml.-limi1't1.f' Nuhp.-ter. U. l,.i1pl"r 5' llalvltuhlli rm foxy: R. Min. pl Bild- lil My Riylvt- L U, 'lx lv, llu 'gpm' X' lvl i 1 hman. Youx Nl l.n-lnna X st-twUfl"' X' larlilx 2 ' l'llx-. R' F - A 1' n. li-' ill H YYe'k'Tl"r' sy inim' H L ioysi Nl' llrtll lliov- Nl'1xllkil,ilml, Lol'Jgl.r- Nlitvlirl- 3' 'ln ' Kiwltf' Q' - AN. fmt i 1 Rn1nV"' 4 ,. 4 YV X-ox. RMU- l . Yypln-y, Q y H. l' timer U- 'ullUi..xxx-'t1a"lr' nt- - . iw in-X. V- Xl " Compliments of CENTli.'XL NI,'Xlil'ili'l' and Zl'RCHER'S MOBILE SERVICE. Monroe 1 ar ran alf tx 1r er tr lea t e rand anrl per urm L1 mme Game J e 1 n xx N Eif1lXIl Xrnuld Carol Lfflex Nue Iwo, dur kr ene lrreel a our majurette CJI'6Ull6Il 'chnepp hack for her eumrl Near a our drum majorette T e txurler performed at our home UHIIIL and marched x 1th the lxancl at Q lerne Fall Fe tual lhex cc m Jflllalllll at ,.. our home flame 11 ummm 4 ff x u u llc rnmlng Xe "1 N If r ll 'fl N' 111, , U P1 dl-U Jr, ' filly Nlarxlxn 'Arnold Nur Rwp breulun Nmhnfpp Caml Eglu Xrlene I-nfl Compllment- of FIRbT BANK GP BLRNL Berne ' Th! ye .Xl me Centr 'lwee five V1 f J d h l ff 't h C 5. Thfs ffluse ere Al 'I . '. -C '1. 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X K 44111111I1111'11t- -11 N. II1r-- I111 II'.t'IlI'l 1 .I I1111 111 lil-.XXlaIt'Nt1ll,Nl-.RXI1I. . .14 V X --Y 1.1, + N W Q' M, c I.. EH' in '46 Our Pep Club was formed four years ago by Mrs. Reed. The Pep Club has increased considerably since it was formed. The purpose of the club is to boost the team and raise school spirit. Our club this year has 120 members. They all wear red and white outfits. They are really helping the school spirit. ln years to Come they will prob- ably increase greatly, because of the enrollment. Compliments of BANK OF GENEVA and COPPESS CORNER. Monroe 0,0 6045 ' 1 ff l s 4 , t 1 President-DON BARGER Secretary-Treasurer-,I OHN RIPLEX r Yrwzwlin-r 'Y3 ' Rpfwrff-y X X K 9. - R.R'5',XxY- v'-W" X X X XX APM ' A X - 'Mw- R M. www? liiix XJ' XA if X xv--" ' V- I . . . . XIXHTIN XX XT-UN UH: XHHUN IH Hill KILHXRIJ KXFHK JIXI TXHIJR PHILIP NIHSPQR IMYIIJ LIIH JINI FISHER Uur i'llil1Vl' Pziriiivr- f.iizigiIv'r ini- iw-vii puvlivigfuliii-' in iiigiiix zifliiilii- Iilv- gui-I xv-gn. XM- lim'- tukrn purl in vrnpx. iixr-Nlmix. iiaiiry. and pwullry wiiitrst- in and -iii! nf ilu- miiiiix, 'lin' iriipx tv-aim win tilv--lam-1-iiiitv'-I. Uur riiaptr-r in-lvl a -aff-ly iniitv--I in thi- -Vilfltri and gun- prizv- ti' Ihr- tmp ssiririf-r-. XM- .ill-Q-rx.-.I Nulinnzil FFX We-wk ln plafing a minfimx 4JiNfIiLlN in Fiiirkxl Harriman- at Xiwiirw-. We- ul-fi in-Iii nur firxt fatiif-r and mn hanqm-t. A-X Tiiank-gixing program: ma- ii:-lvl in mhivh 12 largv- lzu-ki-b v-f fum! ww-rv giwn tii -Q-li-vtv-il familie-N .if thi- are-a. .X rrfip- juiigling In-am win thi- Pfiv--tr-r Hi-grional finrn Judging: Cunt:--I whirii invlurii-x ninf- f'f-un!i+-- in Infiiana anfi fiilifr. Une- mi-miie-r of I-ur r-liaptf-r wa- 1-lv-wtf-fi 51-vliwnal FFA Prf--iii'-nt ami ani-Ihr-r nv-inin-r ua- :-lf-vte-ii Se-1-tional Rf-ports-r. whif-h irlrliifiv- 100 riiaptf-r-. Uur riiaptf-r uaQ award.-ri tho- Film-r Em- iilf-iu FFK State- .-'xwarii for ln-ing wnf- nf thx- iiutxtaniiingl viiapto-rx in th-- -tate-. W f' haw- mariv muvii priigrf-fe in the- laxt yr-ar. WX- ftriw to aiwayx rv-inf-inlwr nur Ninth, and that i- ie-arning llrfilhlillillglll'i"Lll'f1. warning: In live-. and living to sf-rw, i'ir-t row. le-ft In right: U. Hr-nriwza. .-'L Hill:-r. R. xIf4'T'. K. Hirwliy. f.. P1-ll. IJ. i.an4ii P. ln- nige-r. li. K4-r-line-r. J. Spriingn-r. Wir. YK uiwn. SVVUIIIJ nm: P. Barge-r. P. IH-x. J. liluhm. J. Tuylur. R. Hrmkinx. l'. Nluwr. J. My-r-. J. Fi-livr. 'lf i.umln-rl. 'Iiiliffi rms: H. Hartman. ii. Kduiir. I.. l,ui1tze-niie-i-vr. Ni. l.e-ilnian. R. Hain-ggur. Y. Ralvliff. U. Lilly. H, Siilglie-lim, lfuurlli row: ll. Hy-fly. P. il:-rmann. D. He-lmririi. T. Iluffilu-1n.J. 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VUL3fQvI1I I I,I4n,HN,u,muM,M-mnI UWIfWbIQ23V54 SUPHCMUQES HIIIIW c3'lQiNl1kgc?!J S IW Sfm cons t o wqrfc 1c co mu,1c, Tir. on rnold nd M1 Jfnhr Frvt t 1 swo Qors 0 t nfl P Flllll rx rum 1 lvl rr If 111 Ilana I 1 qllllfflklll Ilmm Pr I PN s P lllfl r Vlx Fmturv Ifrzlers saw"-1' L JOIP N11 r ol 111 1 n J 1 C1112 Pfxlmr' Im 11F P 'I O IOSPX IIIKF PIIII I IN NIN1 I FTON IHNTIIII IIHNIXN I0 N IIIIHNI XIII IMI-I LFHNIXN IUIIN IOIISII FR IIXRIHRK I-IFC H'IER ROIIIRII K IIFFR PKI I R LEX NI XIIIIIN HUUI' I7I'F NIIRUN IBXERIN News Reporlers K XRFN QNX DER NIXRIIIN KRNOIIJ KXRFN RFFII I IHOI Fl LFX ,IUI-IN RIPLFH KI I ILN I IIIXI KN N IRI INI N NTILFFFN NIHVIY RPIOFIGVY JXNIIN STEINFR RI! H XHIJ ROW DON 4gfIlIllfllfl1f Reporter JXNIFS FIQHFR Txplsls XRIIOI K PXRRISII JOHN ROW IJON ILORINF HIRQCHI KXH 'INN XKIIIE FLXINE NTLLI7 N05 I'- -, wA Vi5IwAI P'm -' 4 ':1f7CL1"' dazfs Central mol G-fm. th, 'brec I mordB 1 hts, Ia., HC C 3 ctor, 'II u 'TIN Lor Joshua Fit M l!DOaf nm oly N.Uht b fh 'Thls Is under' won If lt rfs YWWH CON- OQ'I",UI'1d cl s1Jw1u'n- P v r 101111610 fm Q tifms N wool .L IILGUPV 1 Libr' IOWQ , chuci, SSultC' cd v1th Lm .Jouse UAS ,QU X.,vl M. I Tv' T' Al .,l1r'1st 13.171 De-cwxb r 23 January 3 Chrlstnaq Vaca t1On 1' ' t 7: 30 . A y Dr f:-th' 9 , bg ,L 'I IV Q. t 'IL I' "T ' h.. . ' A hd 1: U ' I ' I ' ' lv ds t A I I L x I T1 , I . , ' 4' -' .- u ,,' I , 4 4 f I M34 A x I I ' , "UL I X ' J 1' I L , ' tk - Dr I ' I C1 of Cla J, 1 P1 C ' ' ' ' 3. f?1. 'J' szv- I 3 ., L J- ,11n1-g th, , Q C 5 I LA V110 1 dog bu i S-1 ': a ' IIA, H1 J -.7I,:m'..If'.- C , 4OA'1J'n,u L4 -I- nf . 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During thf- 1953-5-1 year thf- l"T:X purvliaswl the lu-autiful front rurtains of thff stage and tht- cyc-lorama. The group also sponsorc-d the sunnn:-r work shop training of the Sf'll0IJlI1CWSIJ3pf'f editor. This year the fund raising projects. the Noveinber auction and the Catftring of lvanquets. wf-re purposvd to raise money to lvuy lwand uniforms. The sc-hool patrol. also sponsored lry thc- PTA. was c-quippvd with slir'kvr's. and salvtx signals ut-rv purchased. i 0 0 Lvft to right: l,.4Iult1.Nlis- llviliold. l', lnniue-r. K, Witt:-. ,l. Fliady. ll. lfiw litfir. NI. Krnold, Xllli--uulx Xlldflls 1.1-nli.il Ilof- nut r-xiii-lm tl lull limi- l!lvi'.ii1.tn. Ili' -fllool lilfiaix lunwlions lllflvllgllllllll tlif' day isilli Ilia- li.-lp of -Iuilwnt lilirarian-, liiwinu u-n -iw mi-lx nt tlifir Iiniv- and vllort. tl1f'-.'-rml+fi1t- han- lontrilnni-il muvli If- -wliool lift' this war torn! linient if NltRl MLRH lXll'l.F1Yll:N'li 1.0. and KliHlLlfliS. llwattir Xllxi INIUUENF BFIHUI It NIKN. lJHltI'Ill N 54.lll,lf hx ' ' . .7-CS. SEPTEMBER T-School days are here again, back to the old routine kids! 8-Band was organized. Get those horns oiled up. First baseball game. Berne won 5-1. Better luck next time. 9-Juniors received their class rings. We noticed that some did not keep them very long, how about it? Where were all the strange sounds coming from, could it have been chorus tryouts? 13-Baseball game with Decatur Catholic. They won 3-4. come on boys! 15-Election Day! Did everyone get the office they wanted? Presidents were: Senior, Larry Schwartzg Junior, Jerry Sprunger: Sophomore, Mark Ripleyg Freshman, Pat Liechty. Seniors choose their class play "New Fires." Don Barger elected as Student Council President. 16-Juniors and Seniors started magazine sale. Goal was 31600. 20-Robert's Studio came to see the Seniors about pictures. Seniors sold refresh- ments at first P.T.A. meeting to raise money. 21-RSSM Studio came to see the Seniors about pictures. This is the studio we decided upon. I-1.AM 23-Jefferson Studio came to see the Seniors about pictures. The day Seniors won't forget! Baseball game with Hartford. We won. Keep it up boys. 27-F.F.A. boys spoke on Jay Gould's program. Baseball game with Monmouth. We won 19-16. Good work boys. Senior class play practice starts! 28-Why were all the freshmen hiding from the seniors? Could it have been initiation day? 29-The Rekamemoh Club was organized with Marilyn Arnold elected President. 30-Annual staff was announced. Ardola Parrish as Editor. Ut IT! DBI-Qli 2-Band marched at Berne Festival. 4-End of magazine sale. Juniors Won! 5-Annual Staff sold annual advertisements. Another day out for the staff, Oh! Boy! T-Annual Staff sold annual advertisements. Put on your best business manners. 13-First chapel service by Rev. A. B. McKean from Li. B. Geneva. 15-F.F.A. initiation. 18--Second P.T.A. meeting. Juniors served. Cheerleaders were voted on with John Bluhm. Fred Fox, Jim Lobsiger. and Sonja Schug winning. 19-Open House and Dedication of the school building. Mr. Wagner from Ball State Teachers College gave the address. 20-Senior Play tickets go on sale. Cards go on sale. Seniors get proofs of pictures. 21-Teachers Institute. 22-Teachers Institute. 25-Seniors ordered pictures. Why were some of the classes laughing? Could it have been that the teachers were telling jokes from Teachers' Institute? ' ' fur,-4.g.7f.S, OCTOBER for students. 26-Fire drill. 4-Grades and underclassmen pictures were taken. 27-Second chapel service by Rev. Virgil Saxton from the Methodist Church in Decatur. 28Hlntramural starts with Jack and Rod's teams play- ing, John Ripley and Dee Byerly's teams playing. Class play dress rehearsal. 29-Senior Class presents "New Firesi' with Ardola Parrish and Larry Schwartz with the leading parts. NOVEMBER 2-Magazine Sale Program with Jim Fisher the highest. 3-Rekamemoh had a semi-formal banquet for all the basketball boys, coaches and principal with the Senior girls serving. Seasons tickets on sale i s 17--Junior Class skating party at Bells 19-Rev. T. H. Gaddis and three assistants brought the whole school a message in song 23-Chose President and Secretary for Pep Club. Don Barger President and John Ripley Secretary. The Club is to wear red shirts or slacks with white blouses or shirts. Received our Pep Club hats Twirlers twirled at ball game with two new ones added this year. Sue Roop and Arleen Freels. Got beat by Pleasant Mill, 65-57. 24-FFA boys had Thanksgiving program. The trio and quartet sang. Rev. Klotzbach was the speaker 25-Thanksgiving vacation. Hurrah! 29-Seniors received information on their trip in the spring. Can you wait, Seniors? 30-Game with Hartford. won 84-49. Good work boys! DECEMBER School sweaters came. Season tickets on sale for adults. Seniors sell Christmas cards. First basketball game with Geneva, we lost 48-57. Better luck next time. Rev. Settlege from the Magley Reformed was our chapel speaker. End of Senior card sale. Armistice Day. At 11:00 a. m. everybody faced the East while taps were played and a poem was read. Seniors chose their invitations from Herff K Jones. 13-Played Monmouth, got beat 59-57. Good game boys! 16-The Seniors started sale of pop corn f10 lb. canst. direction of Harold Walters a band composer Music Festlv al at Adams Central Why were tl'e Seniors going around carrying packages? Could it have been their pictures? We beat the Commodores 59 55 The second team lost their first game Tough luck boys' Six of the Seniors went to take scholarship tests at Decatur 14-Played Huntington Township got beat 61 50 Sophomores had a class party Hey boss' who brought all that mistletoe? Beat Jefferson Keep it up bovs -Seniors name cards came. PTA Meeting. --V-1-C-T-0-R-Y! We beat Ossian 62-58. -Annual Deadline to meet! Hurry up staff. -Some of the students gave a Christmas play with the help of Miss Beavers. 24-Christmas vacation. Have a swell time everyone. 2-Group pictures of organizations, clubs. teachers, janitors, and cook pictures were taken. 3-Played Lancaster, won 81-48. We're with you, team! 8-Chorus practice for the "Music Festival" directed by Mr. Beights from North Side High School. 9-Band practice for the 'tMusic Festival" under the JANUARY 3-Back to school again. 4-Nice game boys! We beat Monroeville 58-56 5-Chapel S8I'ViCC. Compliments uf HAROLD WORTHNI.-KN AND BOYD R41 ER BARBER SHOP and LELAND SMITH INSURANCE. Decatur JANUARY 6-Rekamemoh started selling pressing cloths. Group pictures were taken. 10-Second team tourney started. 13-Pep Club and Pep Band met to work yells out for the tourney. Tourney starts. 14-Played Jefferson. won. Good work boys. 15-Played Monmouth. Monmouth won in an over- time game. Monmouth then went on and took the tourney. 18-Played Jefferson, Won! Good work boys. 19-Chapel service led by Rev. Roger Lautzenheiser from Geneva Methodist Church. 21-Played Bryant, got beat 81-70. 25-The whole high school and junior high met in the gym for a film on Congress. The girls' volleyball tourney started. Freshmen beat the Seniors, 16-21. 28-Beat Hartford. High School chose King and Queen Courts. 'fhose of the queen's court are Florine Hirschy, Elaine Stultz. Ardola Parrish, Karen Snyder, and Sue Roop. Kingis court, Rod- dy Beer. John Rowdon, Don Barger, John Ripley, ,-4. 31.5. Bernd van Ruschen. 29-Band had tag day for uniforms. 31-Finished voting for King and Queen. Weill all have to wait until February 11 to hear the results. FEBRUARY 2-Chapel by Rev. Nlagary from West Missionary Church Berne. 4-High and Junior High Schools had a movie in the gym on New York. Played Pleasant Mills, lost 55-49. 8-Played Decatur Commodores, we lost. 10-Juniors and Seniors went to Decatur for TB chest X-Ray. 11-Played Monmouth, we won 57-72, good work boys! Crowned the queen, who was Elaine Stultz, and King was Bernd van Ruschen. The grade school twirlers twirled. 14'-First in District FFA parliamentary procedure contest. State Chapter Contest lFirstl in scrap book. 15-Played Chester Center, we won 72-T4 in a double overtime. Keep it up boys! 16-Chapel service was held over the intercom by Rev. Gibens of the United Brethren Church of Berne. 17-Farmer's Institute was held in the gym with many students entering and winning prizes. Sectional drawing, Adams Central vs Pleasant Mills. Min- strel was held with students in it. Juniors look at Class rings. 18-Played Petroleum. won. keep it up boys! 21-Sectional tickets go on sale. 23-No school! Sectional starts with Berne winning over Hartford. Monmouth over Decatur. and De- catur Catholic over Berne. 24-Adams Central won over Pleasant Mills. Good work boys. Geneva won over Jefferson. 25-What was the long line? Could it have been that the Sectional Saturday Session tickets were on sale? 26-The Greyhounds closed the basketball season with a very exciting game against Geneva with a double overtime. Decatur Catholic lost to Mon- mouth. Geneva lost to Monmouth in an overtime. 28-Seniors had a final gym and hall clean up from sectional. MARCH 5 1-FFA won sectional parliamentary procedure. FFA and Rekomemoh had a party and chose farmer and wife, Cynthia Lehman and Arlen Mitchell. Saw film on "Jackie Robinson." 2-Chapel service with Rev. C. E. Lykins from the Nazarene Church, Decatur. Class tourney starts. 3-Tryouts for Junior Play. 4-FFA went to hockey game. Annual Deadline! Senior Skating Party. APRIL 1-Junior Class Play. 2-Regional Parliamentary Procedure Contest. 8-No school Good Friday. Girls' and Boys' volley- ball tourney at Berne. 6-Senior Class Party. Rekamemoh Party at Mrs. Reeds. a farewell party for the senior girls. 9-Quiet at school! No wonder the Seniors left for Washington. 13-Seniors returned from trip. What does a bed look like? 15-Baccalaureate Service. 18-The night the Seniors have been looking for, Commencement. 22-The day the underclassmen have been waiting for, School's Out! ! ! Student Season Ticket 19.94 - ADAMS CENTRAL - 1955 Date Opponent Nos Dec Dec Dec an an Feb Feb Student NSa1nteL2Q4 'Z 5 of .A P f ,al Q 4? 3 if fu .. - 3 4-Quit , wi, A' Y '- A ' Q, 4 . ' i xt x . P1 'M -I' J 1 A Y I 4 Q J . - 5 . - ' ji!- i Y ,42?Q 4 . - iz? . 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'If IIOffma11. AI. XIit1I1o'I. II. IIi1'k. K. IILll1IIIglIll'IIII'f. .I. I x 1 Y 7? -mff SECOND TEAM SCORES LC. .af V Firft row. left tu right: Mr. Fruth. Coach: Xl. Ripley. P. Moser. R. Cf-rher. W. Byerly. D. Smith. ll. Rose. So-vond row: B. K:-rshner. Nl. Yoder. and W. Lister. Student Managers: R. Hawkins. Nl. Lehman. T. Hoffman. C. NlCNlillen. P. Barger. The st-conrl team was composed of 10 Sophomores and 4 Freslimr-n. The following inrlivirlual awarrls were giwn: W. llye-rly for the most rehoumle: R. fforwon for the moat awi-tsg R. Hawkins- higzhest free throw pf'rc'f'nlagf'. 63 per vent: and G. Nlrxlillen. highest fielrl goal percentage. 36 por vent. The- If-am won 15 and loft 5 for the eo-ason, Four "fl" Team games were also played. The srores of these games were: A.C. 39. Bluffton 353 AL. 43. llvvatur Catholic 30: llluffton .-MC. 311 ll:-eatur Catholiv 32, FLC. 28. 32 ll'-nf-va 23 28 llw, Cath. 26 fb Monmouth 21 lU Nlonmouth 26 XT ll. Nlille 33 27 llartfortl 23 ,uf J"ff"m" 29 U, Ilamlashhr 24 .51 Bryant 30 g 21 npr. Cathl 'lo Haflftrftl .I -YV l XI- H ' T , . 3! JW P. Xlllle 40 W . u AY. 5 45 l,.liRl,.,,,nM, 2? 44 Der-. lfath. 31 z xufitj 23 bwian 29 32 Nlonmoutll 27 all xi..nf..f-o1i.- :sri 49 "hm" 'll Lonrzli Tournex H ""ff'1"'Um 42 Compliine-nts of AS NIR. I-'Rl'TH. Coafh HB.-kI.'CHER'S TIN SHOP. Decatur v .fi I Y x . F .1-ft: Ur- gn '3' 4 ' H3 m1 f4?q , -1. 'L rr ii!! 1 tg -4 -..Q J D N, 5' 4 9 F- ai , ' x , , U N' Q . A, rm, J ""' -...4 Q08 li A ..a 3 5 in F' Q P s .Z 1 D 1' 'X fg K, , . .'- Al vu- ' ... f f 'X' 1' .2 R344 Q A ix' via-. iff mums AC vs. lit-rne l 2 Z' 'JI Seated-First row: A. Lehman, D. Landis. Second row: A. Miller. J. Sprunger, R. Beer, D. Rumple, D. Rowdon, K. Baumgartner. Third row: ll. Ripley, j. Ripley, J. Mitchel, J. Steiner, D. Bye-rly. D. Ross. Fourth row: llr. lfruth. D. Smith. C. Bldlillen. P. Barge-r, R. Corson. H. Dick, Mr. Arnold. The baseball team of Adams Central was composed of 21 members. The boys played teams only in this county. They lost to three and won three. Four of our team members will be lost by graduation. Good luck to the team next year. WON They Plilcfl . QQ... They AC vs. Decatur Catholic AC vs. Geneva AC vs. Hartford Al. vs. Xlunnioutlt AC vs. Jefferson . They We We We f Q . ,. if-W' nite 3 EMM I PHIL MACKLIN CO. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH, Decatur ll in mf., e, Rod pa Xt., 30 Xl? 36 fifi .47 .yi ZH .YT .-,U it 31 In .yy .41 29 18 33 36 2.1 u . .HH -15 23 1'ir-t row. left tn right: R, Sim:-n, R. SI'il11l'kIllI:lIl. Nl. 125110. X. Huh:-ggur. J. llrmtn. 1., 1"nrn-main. 51'l'IlIlli rom: U. Ni:-Nliln-rg:-r. Stud:-nt Nhinaiun-r: 4, Xrnlrmv. 'lf 110'-rly. .l. li. I-wh. 1', Nlann. Hartman. Mr, tlahlv. ll. HliUlIlQl2ll'll'll'I'. J. Ile-rin-r. T. Hike-. and 13. Hartman. Stuflvnt Nlanagr-r-. Th VV? Th . Q. 4- fM1aniQ tin-ntral juni:-r High had a wry Niivvp-Qful se-asnri. winning IH und In-ing 1. 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