Akron Central High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Akron, OH)

 - Class of 1959

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CU JGM-V-Q,0,:L , Uvgiuvleww Jzjfjb VY?" ww mwyijbgwff DJJ Qbfff Go-o-QM fume! Staff Bruce Burke Rosemary Butler Bill Crislip Wally Harper Russ Hunt Donna Kesler Karen Miller Irene Nourse Maridel Patton Priscilla Stone Nona Sullivan all IIENTRHL HIEH EEHUUL l7lKl3lUN,UHIU BRLLQEL Bukkf, 1 95 9 Table of Contents Faculty Seniors Organizations Activities Athletics Advertising 2 'ffii 1 Llllblffy Q P Q XXX 9' Mrs. LUCY HOFFMAN To Mrs. Lucy Hoffman, advisor of the Forge and one of Central's busiest teachers, the Class of 1959 dedicates this Wildcat. Mrs. Hoffman is truly devoted to her work and gives a generous share of her time to it. In her three years as a teacher at Central and advisor of the school newspaper, the Forge has achieved an Inter- national Honor Rating. She has been a great help to the seniors in preparing them for college and in making them aware of available scholarships. Mrs. Hoffman inspires her students to higher standards of work and shows a friendly interest in them. She will long be remembered by her "cherubs" in years to come. 4 Dedication Administrators 'FH' Mrs. Miriam Isham, girls' counselorg Michael Krino, boys' counselor5 Mrs. Mildred Wright, assistant principalg Kenneth Moore, principal. Secretaries aw Mrs. Pauline Bankes, Ivlrs. Edith Wester. 5 ?...4M,, ,W Special Subjects Howard Henry, Beatrice Sprague, Mrs. Jane Londa, Joseph Siegferth, William Lachman, Elizabeth Jenkins, Donald Leach, Fred Malagio, Aline Baclawski, Mrs. Laurette Harrison. Commercial QQ 1 Mrs. Berniece Blickle, Mrs. Carol Maxson, Maryann Barbuzza, John Pappas. 6 Language Arts Margaret Alexander, Mrs. Margaret Overholt, Joseph Dick, Ruth Armstrong, Mrs. Margaret Van Horne, Mr Lucy Hoffman, David Petrilli, Mrs. Mary Frohnapfel, Nancy Mettler, Mrs. Anna Conti, Janet Smith. Mathematics 11 Mrs. Isa Udell, Mrs. Nadine Jennings, Romeo Parenti. 7 Social Studies 411+ li! 4 Aja.-nv' . .ffwl 1' ' Alton Haller, Cecil Mancuso, William Nicholson, Alan Harmata, John Lehman, Pearl Drews, Jack Coberly Science -- Mrs. Florence Hull, Calvin Tritt, M. E. Terrass, Mrs. Louise Snodgrass, Theodor Dann, Felix Latona, 8 I T., fs, 21 Kwik! M, Z 11,4112 Tfi.1f3s. fijf-fri, J, 'rw ' ff C . ,g,,y:g,,+?W2,+ ' , ZW niord EDWARD W. DAVIS EDDIE CLASS PRESIDENT First place in State Teen-Age Road-eo, 97th percentile in NMSQT, Citizen of the Month, Optimist Appreciation Award, NHS, Student Council treas- urer, Quill cSzScroll, Forge, basketball . . . Plans to at- tend Akron U . . . Likes every- one, Central. ANNA MAE PETERSON ANNIE CLASS SECRETARY May Queen, Freshie Queen, NHS, Quill 8rScroll, Mega- phone treas., Sr. Choir, Sr. Dramatics VP, cheerleader, Exec. Council, Forge, "C" Club . . . Plans on Akron U., teaching, marriage . . . Likes family, Siemon, John- son, Brenda, Norm, Lil, Twerp, Steve, Tony, Jim, cheer- leaders, Lakeside. JERRY DRUMMOND DRUM BUSINESS MANAGER, 105 Track, cross country, Student Council . . . Plans on attend- ing Akron U . . . Likes Jerry, Jim, Clarence, Duke, Lloyd, Dan, home, Waterloo-Drive- In, sleep, money. VIRGINIA RUTH FRENCH GINNY BUSINESS MANAGER, 214 Sr. Choir, Library assistant, Bible Club . . . Plans on furthering her education, get- ting a job, marriage . . . Likes Rosemary Butler, Joyce Bennett, Louise Moledor, Carolyn Pickens, Christian Missionary and Alliance Church, Homeroom 214. DONN HAYWARD BUSINESS MANAGER, 217 National Honor Society, Squire 8zScroll, swimming, Chemistry Club . . . Plans to go to Akron U. to pre- pare for a career in aero- nautical engineering . . . Likes Jim, Duke, Dave, Bill, Ed, Dan, Kelley's. , ,, . W lf, HW ff S Q s ,ef if IX J 1 X ,.-, Qzff ,, f ,," ' .jfjff ,Hz gf. Q -,,,.g,,,, ..,,,, X 1 ' I FLOYD SHEPHERD TWIN CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT . National Honor Society Pfesl' dent, top 2570 in NMSQT, Chemistry Club pr6Sident, Forum Club . . . Plans on college to study research chemistry . . . Likes the Queen Janet and the King James, Connie, and Darlene. RUSSELL HUNT BUSINESS MANAGER, 6 Chemistry Club vice-presi- dent, National Honor,Society, top 1070 in NMSQT, Squire 8: Scroll, FTA, Wildcat . . . Plans to attend Akron U . . . Likes Mom, Dad, Linda, Ron D. Snyder. JERRY MAHONE BUSINESS MANAGER, BG National Honor Society, foot- ball, Red Cross . . . Plans on two years at Kent State and three years at Ohio Northern. IRENE NOURSE BUSINESS MANAGER, 102 FTA pres. and sec., NHS, C- Teens treas., Chemistry Club sec., Citizen of Month, Mega- phone, Squire 8tScroll, Sr. Choir accompanist, Wildcat, "C" Club, Student Council, Latin Club . . . Plans on Akron U . . . Likes family, a certain pen pal, just about everything and everybody. JOAN PEGG PEGGY BUSINESS MANAGER, 202 NHS, CYC Council, Sr. Choir, Art Service, Sr. Dramat- ics, Squire and Scroll, C- Teens . . . Plans to go to Florida with Pat, return and get a job as a private Sec- retary or go to an art school . . . Likes D.E., Pat, Joan Di, Baro, family, Danny Jim C., bowling alley, , Elvis, spaghetti. NONA SULLIVAN NONA SUE BUSINESS MANAGER, 117 NHS, Homecoming Crowner, May Court, Sr. Choir sec., Squire 8tScroll vice pres., cheerleader, Megaphone, Sr. Dramatics, Wildcat, "C" Club . . . Plans on Akron U., studying medicaltechnology becoming Mrs. Ray Scaife . . . Likes family, Ray, Mrs Scaife, Donna, Carol, Janet, Lakeside. JANET TOBIAS TOBY BUSINESS MANAGER, 116 Band, Red Cross, Megaphone, Squire 8:Scrol1 pres., Sr. Choir, Art Service Club sec., Forge, "C" Club, Sr. Y-Teens . . . Plans to go into Brethren Volunteer Service, to live a happy life and always do God's will . . . Likes family, Jerry, schoolmates, home, church, Central, working with C.B.Y.F. LILLIAN ABOOD PREXY LIL Megaphone, Squire 8zScroll, Sr. Y-Teens, C-Teens, Stu- dent Council, CYC Council, Library Assistant, Booster Girl . . . Plans to work with IBM . . . Likes family, Annie, the Pat's Rock, Woody, Chuck Jerry, Dan, Sacy, Lakeside, Waterloo, CYC. CONNIE ATKINSON ATCHESON Regional Scholastic Honor- able Mention, Megaphone, C-Teens, Sr. Dramatics, Sr. Choir, Art Service Club, CYC Council, Library Assistant, Of- fice Messenger . . . Plans to study at the college on the hill QAkr0n U.j . . . Likes Doug, Pam, that certain guy, Judy, Mother, Jill, Waterloo, Cleveland. ALICE RUTH BUNNY C-Teens, Megaphone, Sr. Choir, Sr. Y-Teens, Library Assistant, CYC C0unCi1 - - - Plans on working at the Bell, then finding the right kind of guy and raising the right kind of children . . . Likes Connie, Mike, Penny, Pat, all the guys, Lakeside, Waterloo, pizza, black olives. BRENDA BAILEY BLONDIE "C" Club, Red Cross, C-Teens, CYC Council, Library Assist- ant, Y-Teens . . . Plans on becoming lvlike's private sec- retary . . . Likes Mike and his crazy ways, riding around the Waterloo in a '58 Olds. JUDITH ANN BAILEY JUDY Cheerleader, Megaphone, Red Cross, "C" Club, Y-Teens, CYC Council, Basketball Court, May Court . . . Plans to go to college and get a job . . . Likes Rudy, Linda Denny, Betty, Connie 8a Mike, Lakeside, money, basketball games and male humans. DAN BAKER SATAN Reserve basketball, baseball, Sr. Choir . . . Plans to be- come a minister, marry and raise a congregation . . . Likes all the guys at the A SLP and the Four Square Mob. JUDY BAKER BAKER May Court, Majorette, Mega- phone, "C" Club, C-Teens, Student Council, Band . . . Plans to try to marry Jack and raise some little Caps . . . Likes Jack, Jan, Ray, Tony, Norma, Lakeside,onion rings, spaghetti, dancing, and watching the Caps perform. MARY ANN BALTO JAYNE M. Art Service Club, Dance Club, Jr. Y-Teens, C-Teens, office messenger, Band, CYC Council . . . Plans to attend college, get a secretarial job, then marry that right guy and make him happy . . . Likes Mom, Dad, family, guys who play in bands, Italians, going to the Waterloo. JILL BANAS JUBILEE Scholastic Gold Key, Nl-IS, Brotherhood Award, Honor Roll, Bowling Club, "C" Club, French Club, FTA, Sr. Y-Teens . . . Plans on teaching . . . Likes family, Judy B., Mary Ann and gals, John H., gals at fifth lunch, recreation at First U.P., bowling at Garden Lanes, rice pudding, ice skating, bowling, swimming. GEORGE RICHARD BASILE DICK Jr. Red Cross, Hall Guard . . . Plans on attending a trade school, then going to work, trying to get into the service. STEVE BAUER Hall Guard . . . Plans on get- ting a job and paying off his class dues . . . Likes his boss on Tuesday, Strass, Dino Clark, Ding Bell, Pepsi, Smiling Ed, Smitty, Conti, Boys at the Brandt Ranch, H Sz R Elite Bakeries, the Green Terror. MAX BEALS Freshie Choir, one year of per- fect attendance . . . Plans to enter Akron University in the fall, go into a career where he is best qualified to serve . . . Likes working at Akron General Hospital, home, fam- ily, Connie, Sandy, Ruth, Melvyn, Jerry, Clarence, and everyone else. LEE BELL DING DONG Megaphone, Hall Guard . . . Plans on attending Sam Hous- ton Institute of Technology, getting married, raising a bunch of chimes . . . Likes Judy Maple, Mrs. Maple, Steve B., Jim C., Mike T., Dale S., Carl S., Tony C., Jim Y., Dan B., Ralph L., Jim L., J 8cJ, Mom's cook- ing, Norm's droptop. JOYCE BENNETT SHORTY sf. Y-Teens, CYC CounC11, perfect attendance . - - P12115 on beautician school . . . Likes family, Joe, R0Sema1'Y, Juanita, Sandy, everyone 9156, CYC, Waterloo. BOB BERGEY Band, Jr. Choir . . . Plans to get a job and try to go to college . . . Likes Robin English, Jim Elliott, Bob Barber, cars. PHYLLIS BLAKNEY PHYLL National Honor Society, Bowl- ing Club . . . Plans to obtain a secretarial position . . . Likes Central, Eastgate Shop- ping Center, everybody. BARBARA JEAN BLASIO BARB National Honor Society, Sr. Dramatics, Sr. Y-Teens, Jr. Y-Teens . . . Plans to make that certain guy happy . . . Likes Paul D., Diana, Jim M., Waterloo, the class of '59. LINDA DIANA BOARMAN BOAR Y-Teens, Megaphone, Squire Sz Scroll, "C" Club, CYC Colm- cil, Bowling Club . . , Plans on going to college . . . Likes Lakeside, Waterloo, Sparta- nett, family, Wes, Linda Clark, Esther Durst, D11-ty Phil, Springfield kids, y3,OyS at the Brandt Ranch, Slelf clothes, food, and boygh , WILLIAM CURTIS BOICE BILL Megaphone, Squire 8zScroll, CYC Council . . . Plans on at- tending a California College, getting married, and owning his own restaurant-night club . . . Likes Mack, Gus, Dolph, Lucas, Pedone, Clark, Brandt, Alexander's. ALBERTA BOWEN LOU Bible Club president, Sr. Y- Teens, C-Teens . . . Plans on following God's will in her life, being like Mom, some- day marring a man like her uncle . . . Likes family, Sandy, Carolyn C., Pat S., Carolyn P., Helen, Sandy C., Marilyn F., the gang at church, Youth for Christ, Girls' Missionary Guild, Rollercade, that certain guy. DELORES BOWERS LOIS C-Teens, Y-Teens . . . Plans on beautician school and mar- riage . . . Likes Joyce Smith, Scarlet Sligh, Betty Skipper, Marva Lee, J.L., ACSC, Louie' Store. DAVE BREEDEN FISH Swimming, track, cross S country . . . Plans to go to col- lege and work in electronics . . . Likes swimming at Me- morial Hall. JACKIE BRIGGS Plans to be a secretary . . . Likes Joan, Charlene, Judy, Pat, Dick, Bill, Ron, Jack, the Saturday night dance at the Eagle's. Q 'fs 'L it ff! ff ' Jia Lf P ,QV 13 ARTHUR BROOKS Junior Redj Cross . . . Plans on moving to Los Angeles or enlisting in the service . . . Likes Anthony Quinn, Lana Turner, football, boxing, track, basketball, gymnas- tics. ROY DANIEL BROWDER DAN Megaphone, football, Hall Guard . . . Plans to work for a while, then marry that certain one from G.H.S. . . Likes Brenda, Tony, Margie, Lil, Judy, Yellow '55 Ford, City Hospital, Linda, Duke, and pizza. CLARENCE WILLLAM BROWN Track, baseball . . . Plans on going into the army . . . Likes Jerry Drummond, Jerry Ma- hone, Max Beals, Central, money. BARBARA BRUNSON BABS Plans to marry Archie and live the life in New York with Scarlet Sligh and Marva Lee . . . Likes Archie Lucas, Dot, Marva, Scarlet, Kent, Moon- Glo Skating Rink, and choc- olate cake. BRUCE LEE BURKE BOUK Wildcat Editor, Driving Club treasurer, NHS, track, cross country, Chemistry Club, basketball, Forum . . . Plans on attending Akron U. to major in engineering . . . Likes Carl Fowls, Eddie D., George G., Church, Scout Camp, Out West, Navy, Inspiration Point at Yellow- Stone. ROSEMARY BUTLER ROSIE Dance Club secretary, Wild- cat, Jr. Red Cross, Sr. Y- Teens, "C" Club, Latin Club, Bible Club . . . Plans to work and then become a secretary . . . Likes CYC, Central and just everyone. DOROTHY CAMPBELL DOTTIE Plans to get married and live in California . . . Likes Sonny Woods, Joyce McFadden, pizza, milkshakes. HARDY CAREY CROAKER, TANYAN Track, basketball, cross country . . . Plans on going to college . . . Likes bad- minton, Elijah, Nate, Sparks, Russell, Carlton, Jones, Bobby J., Sugarfoot, Dorothy, Community Service Center. HELEN CARR Library Assistant, Megaphone . . . Plans on business school and marriage to that certain guy . . . Likes Clarence, Carolyn, Alberta, Lil, gang, Connie. CAROLYN LEE CHAPELO "C" Club, Sr. Y-Teens, C- Teens . . . Plans on college for two years, a good job, marriage . . . Likes Alberta, Helen, all of the loyal Wild- cats, Betty Jo, Sandy B. at , liar-is n S2392 ....f fur . 4 K "'. ,754 .vf hs-'f :J f X, QQ ' v 4 Wy -4 ,, . ' , . X . 14,12 14 ELIJAH CHATMAN ELI, CHAPPY Whitey Moore TrOPhY, Execu- tive Council, basketball, foot- ball, track, Red Cross . . . Plans to go to college, and, if possible, play some prOfeS- sional basketball . . . Likes Shirley, "Foot," his sister Con- nie, Nate, Hardy, Sparks, Russell, Carlton, Bobby J., Akron C.S. Center, Central, badminton. SANDRA CHEATWOOD SANDY Bowling Club . . . Plans on working and being a million- aire . . . Likes Juanita, Margie Penny, Sherrie, Sandy, Alberta, CYC. JAMES THOMAS CLARK DINO Megaphone VP, Freshie King, Squire 8cScroll, Art Service Club, football, track, Hall Guard, Student Council, Sr. Choir, CYC Council . . . Plans on the service, maybe college, traveling through the States, and then settling down . . . Likes Shirley, Norm, Luke, Straus. One Eye, Bauer, Tetzel. DONALD RICHARD CONLEY BUCK FTA, swimming team . . . Plans on college, navy, teach- ing history, writing, politics, skin diving, climbing Mt. Everest . . . Likes his girl,his log, and his friends. PAUL CONLEY Band, Megaphone . . . Plans on going to Akron U., studying traffic engineering, staying single . . . Likes Mother, J.l-I., cheeseburgers, sister, brothers, nephews, nieces, and the big Ford. TONY CONTI TOE Champion in football ticket sales, winner of Forge contest, Hall Guard captain, baseball, Megaphone, Chemistry Club . . . Plans on going to business college, owning a business or being asecretary . . . Likes Jim Olson, Anna Mae, Jim Clark, Danny B., Dale S., Lee Bell, Steve B., 105. WILLIAM CRISLIP BILL National Honor Society, Band, Jr. Red Cross, Wildcat . . . Plans on Akron U. and career in teaching . . . Likes friends, West Virginia, and fishing. PEGGY CRITCHIFIELD Dance Club, Sr. Y-Teens . . . Plans to go to Florida, then to college and study to be an architectural draftsman . . . Likes Judy H., Pat S., and all the girls at Sth period lunch, rollerskating, reading, pizza, and cake. JIM CUCKLER JAMIE Cross country, track . . . Plans on the service and Bethany College in West Virginia . . . Likes Donn, Dan, Duke, Bruce, Joyce, Donna, Jim, Mouse. NIMEER DAOOD DUKE Cross country, track, Jr. Red Cross, basketball manager . . . Plans on going into the serv- ice . . . Likes Donn H., Dan B., John S., Judy M., family, home, money, sleep, food. , K W JERRY DEARMITT RABBIT Baseball, golf, basketball, football, cross country, Squir ' cSzScroll, Megaphone . . . Plans on going to Ohio Uni- versity . . . Likes John Mi- helich, Ed Davis, Chuck Hardwick, taking Pat to haunted houses, family, Pam Dearmitt. LYNN DOYLE TWERPY Megaphone, Squire 8zScroll, "C" Club, C-Teens, CYC Council, Jr. Red Cross, Li- brary Assistant . . . Plans on nurse's training and owning a hospital . . . Likes family, Rudgers, Rose, Woody, Dan, Annie, Lakeside, Waterloo, dancing, onion rings, clothes. DON EDDY Track, swimming, cross country, Chemistry Club, Sr. Dramatics . . . Plans to go into the Air Force or get a job . . . Likes a certaingirl, candy, and Sugar. JAMES ELLIOTT JIM Squire 8zScroll, Chemistry Club, CYC Council . . . Plans to attend Akron U. to acquire the knowledge that Mr. Tritt possesses in chemistry and physics . . . Likes family, Connie, Bill, Bob, Don, Jerry, Lee, Mr. Nick, Waterloo, gas station, home, cars, motor- boats, girls. JANICE ENGLISH JAN CYC vice-pres. and sec., Megaphone, Squire 8cScroll, "C" Club, Y-Teens, C-Teens, Jr. Choir . . . Plans on work- ing with an IBM machine or comptometer . . . Likesfamily Ray, Dee, Jack, Rabbit, Con- nie W., Lakeside, CYC, spa- ghetti, onion rings, dancing, watching "The Caps" perform. LOWEETA EVANS WEETA " C" Club championship volley- ball team, perfect attendance in high school, never tardy, C-Teens, Y-Teens, Art Service Club, Student Council . . . Plans on attending college and getting a good job . . . Likes Connie I-lodges, Beulah John- son, Juanita Gaines, Delris Bowers, A.C.S.C., basketball, swimming, volleyball. SI-IERRY LYNNE EVANS Majorette, Megaphone, Squire cSrScroll, Student Council, Sr. Choir, Sr. Y-Teens, C-Teens, CYC Council . . . Plans to get a good job, continue to be happy, someday to make that certain guy . . . Likes Tom, majorettes, family, Sandy, the girls at the Waterloo. JUDITH FAIRI-IEART JUDY Dance Club, Y-Teens, Bible Club, CYC Council, C-Teens, Band . . . Plans on business college, marriage, and raising future Wildcats . . . Likes family, Marlene, Peggy, Barb, Sandy, Loretta, Bonnie, pizza, ice skating, swimming, danc- ing. DARLENE L. FANN BUNT Sr. Choir . . . Plans to go to college, be a nurse, marry that someone special . . . Likes Frank Meminger, Connie Jones, Gwen Jetton, Carol Bragg, Ida, Bettye, ACSA, food, boys. SANDRA KAY FIGLEY SANDY CYC Council, Jr. Choir, Sr. Y-Teens, C-Teens, Bowling Club . . . Plans on getting a job, continuing to be happy, someday marrying that cer- tain guy . . . Likes Chuck, family, Sherry, and the girls at the Waterloo. .sw .. . J- -:ei ,gy jd , , V' wi FW. . ,gf is . 35 My eg, , g .. ' 1 -1, qi G Q'-9:-.414 f55" '?'3.. 'Q ' 'Vi f 6 I f 'a ,G JACK FISHER Band . . . Plans on the Ma- rines, then a job, then mar- riage . . . Likes Art, Butch, Gary, Bill, Dick, his girl's house. ELMORE FOSTER, Jr. BO NIP Track, cross country . , .Plans to move to California and go to work . . . Likes Jim Turner, Lucille, Akron Community Center. BILL FOX FTA . . . Plans on going to Akron University . . . Likes Joan, Kathy, Lila, Linda, Pat, Ruth, Cris, Cliff, Gary,Jerry, Roger, Rormie, Bi1l's, records, food, TV. JIM FUI-IRMAN TWEED Plans to get a job and make as much money as Nelson Rockefeller . . . Likes family, Joe, Donn, Jim, Duke, George Priss, Kelly's, eatin', sleepin', doin' nothin'. TYRONE CARRY GALVAN TY Art Service Club, cross coun- try, Hall Guard . . . Plans on the Air Force, college, mar- riage . . . Likes Mom, sister, Sandy, Snoopy, pizza with din pickles. PATRICIA GARN PAT C Teens, CYC Council . . . Plans on being a secretary and marrying that certain guy . . . Likes Don Perry, Charlene, Judy, Joan, Jackie, family, hamburgs, milkshakes, spa- ghetti,pizza. GEORGE GARRISON MGR. Basketball manager, Forge circulation manager and sports editor, NHS, top 25470 in NMSQT, Megaphone, Squire LSL Scroll, Band, cross country, track, Chemistry Club . . . Plans on going to college to major in engineering . . . Likes family, Bruce, Eddie, Edgel, Lefty, Waterloo, CYC. GARY GILL Plans to attend Akron Univer- sity . . . Likes Roger, Jim, Russell, and Bill. PAT GOODEN BOBBIE Jr. Y-Teens . . . Plans on attending Hammel Business School . . . Likes Jay, pizza, LuJan's. EDGEL G. GROVES GOOSE Baseball, basketball, Jr. Red Cross, Student Council, Chem- istry Club, cross country . . . Plans to go to college and be a clergyman . . . Likes George, Bruce, Eddie, Chuck, Duke, Church and CYC. ' V ,,.',:g: 1 1 i f ' 3 '," X ff' 7, 15"-A f, 9--,, 5 W fff X f gfZifZ bf? X If as 4 17 JUANITA HALL Plans to get a high paying job and become a millionaire . . . Likes Sandy, Margie, Mom, Dad, everyone, CYC. CHARLES HARDWICK CHUCK Student Council pres., NHS, Latin Club pres., basketball, baseball, cross-country, Mega- phone, Squire SL Scroll, Radio Staff, Forge, Jr. Choir . . . Plans to attend college, go into law, politics, business, or medicine, then marry . . . Likes Patty Johnson, Phil Pagano, basketball, cross- country, food. WALLACE HARPER WALLY National Honor Society, Top 1070 in NMSQT, Honorable Mention in State Scholarship Test, Citizen of Month, Wild- cat, Executive Council, Forge, Band . . . Plans on attending a music school . . . Likes Mannie, Jack,A.P., "Working" at the dance studio. RUBY HEARD Squire 81 Scroll, C-Teens, Jr. Red Cross, FTA, Merit Roll . . . Plans to go to college and become a nurse . . . Likes family, Morgan Smart, Doro- thy Wiley, and Shirley Kelly. PEGGY SUE HENSLEY PEG CYC Council, Jr. Red Cross, Sr. Choir, Dance Club, Bible Club, C-Teens, Freshie Choir, Bowling . .. Plans to have a successful career, some day be happily married . . . Likes family, Frank, Judy, Barb, Sandy, Loretta, Betty, Carolyn, etc. ELIZABETH MAE I-IIGHTOWER Jr. Red Cross representative, Jr. Choir . . . Plans on working at Ohio Bell, being a success, getting married . . . Likes family, "people," sixth period lunch gang. J UDITH HILL JUDY Dance Club, Jr. Choir, Sr. Choir, Squire 8aScroll, C- Teens . . . Plans to find some type of work where she can use her knowledge of drafting . . . Likes Peggy, Betty, Mrs. Hull, the kids at lunch, roller- skating, kids at rink, family. CONNIE HODGES HOGJAWS Homecoming Queen, top 2570 in NMSQT, CYC pres., "C" Club VP, Megaphone, Squire 8aScroll, Sr. Dramatics, Stu- dent Council, Sr. Choir, Art Service, C-Teens . . . Plans on college for commercial art or psychology, marriage to Mike . . . Likes Mike, family, Bailey, Betty, Auths, Fuggett, Margie, CYC,danc- ing. CARLTON HOPKINS WIENIENESS Hall Guard captain, Red Cross, Formn Club, cross coun- try, track, Chemistry Club . . . Plans on college, studying music in the hope of becom- ing a famous singer, mar- riage . . . Likes Carol, Nate, Russ, Jimmy, Hardy, Errol, Elijah, Big Bill, Diana, Con- nie, Darlene, Barbara, Cammy, Irene, Priscilla. JOAN HUGHES YANKEE Jr. Choir, Y-Teens . . . Plans to be an airline hostess, take art at Ohio University or be a secretary for a big organi- zation . . . Likes Dave Greer, Alexander's, Judy, Jackie, Charlene, Pat, Dottie, and being seen with Dave until he joined the Navy. SANDRA HUTCHISON SANDY CYC Council, Red Cross . . . Plans to go to business college, then get a job . . . Likes fam- ily, Judy, Barb, Loretta, Cher- ubs in Room 116, frenchfries, and that boy in her life. CARL JOHNS Plans to make a career out of the Marine Corps . . . Likes Ed, Jim, Bill, Jerry, Jay, Larry, Becky, Miller's, food, TV, money, cars. ROBERT LEE JOHNSON GALAI-LAD Football captain, All-District and All-City teams, track . . . Plans to earn as much money as possible, serve a hitch in the service . . . Likes Virgie Otis, chicken dinners with all the trimmings, Mom. PATRICIA RUTH JOHNSON PATTY Homecoming Court, May Court, NHS, Quill 8rScroll, Citizen of Month, Winner-- Voice of Democracy Contest, cheerleader captain, Student Council, Forge, Sr. Dramatics sec., Latin sec.-treas., Mega- phone, Squire 8rScroll, "C" Club, Forum, Sr. Choir . , . Plans on Berea College, social service work, Chuck, CONNIE M. JONES TOOTSIE Homecoming Court, May Court, Art Service Club, cheer leader, Megaphone, Student C01111Ci1, Sr. Choir . . . Plans to live each day as it comes and to be a big success as a private secretary or stenog- rapher . . . Likes J, Chatman E. Chatman, Shepherd twins, S'L1g3.IfOOt, SPHIRS, Delores B., Vera. 7 PATRICIA JONES PAT Plans on a long, relaxing va- cation in Tennessee and then a course in IBM operation . . . Likes a certain young man, girls in fifth period lunch, pizza pie. DIANA KAVELARIS DI Art Service Club, Scholastic Gold Key, bowling trophy, Chemistry Club, "C" Club, Sr. Dramatics, Jr. Red Cross, C- Teens . . . Plans on attending business college one year, then marrying a certain guy and making him happy . . . Likes Pee Dee, Barbara, Pat, Jo, Joan, Maridel, the gang at Isaly's, and Texas. SHIRLEY KELLY DEE FTA secretary, 3.8 average on semester honor roll, NHS, Bible Club, Sr. Y-Teens, FTA, Jr. Red Cross, Jr. Choir . . . Plans on college, teaching, marriage . . . Likes Dale Perry, Robert Doy, Melvin States. DONNA KESLER National Honor Society sec- retary-treasurer, Quill dz Scroll, Citizen of the Month, Sr. Choir treasurer, Mega- phone, Sr. Dramatics, Squire 8cScroll, Student Council, Forge, Wildcat, Red Cross, Booster . . . Plans on college and commercial art work . . . Likes family, Nona,Betty, Carol, Lakeside. JIM KING Honors in Ohio State Scholar- ship Tests in geometry, alge- bra, and chemistry, 97th percentile in NMSQT, NHS, Forum Club, Chemistry Club, cross country, Student Coun- cil . . . Plans on a Ph. D. in Physics at Case Institute of Technology . . . Likes free periods, Akron U., recreation center, 4th period S.l-l. f,f.'. f , MICHAEL KONDIS GREEK Plans to join the Navy . . . Likes Brenda, Nu Way, fish bowls, and Lucky Shoe. MARGARET KOVAC MARGIE National Honor Society, Sr. Choir Secretary, Squire dc Scroll, Megaphone, Red Cross, FTA, Student Council, "C" Club, C-Teens, CYC Coun- cil, office messenger . . . Plans to attend Akron U., teach school, eventually marry and raise a big family of Wildcats . . . Likes Judy Maple, family, Mrs. Maple, everybody. ROGER KRECHMERY Chemistry Club, Sr. Dramat- ics, Forum Club . . . Plans to attend college to major in physics . . . Likes Jim, Gary, Bill. JOAN KROHMER DIMPLES Band pres., Bowling Club VP, bowling trophy, Student Coun- cil, Dance Club, C-Teens . . . Plans at least one year at Akron U., maybe X-ray training, eventually marriage to that certain guy . . . Likes Jerry, Bill, Charlene, Lila Court, Pat, Mary Elden, Gary, Waterloo, Bill's dancing, records. JIMMY LARDAKIS GREEK Football, baseball, track . . . Plans to go to college to be- come a surgeon . . . Likes souping up cars. RALPH LASER UNCLE RALPH Football . . . Plans on Akron U. and business administration . . . Likes Becky, Jim and the boys at the table. BARBARA SUE LEAVELL Megaphone, Jr. Choir . . . Plans on being a stenographer . . . Likes Nancy, Kyle, Deanna, Priscilla, Rose, Mrs. Blickle, and Central High. EDDIE J. LEE Freshman Choir, Art Scholar- ship . . . Plans to attend Ham- mel to become an executive secretary and earn a few mil- lion dollars. . . Likes Marva Lindsey, Canton, cute boys. MARVA ANN LEE LUCKY Plans to attend Cleveland's Cosmetology School, then go to New York City with Barbara Brunson and Scarlet Sligh, later marry that certain guy . . . Likes Scarlet, Barbs, Sherrie, Jo-Ann, Puddin, Shir- ley, Betty, Lois, La Cresia, Joe Fletcher, skating, dancing, Kent on Thursday. DAVID LINDSEY DAVE Squire and Scroll, Chemistry Club, swimming team, base- ball . . . Plans to go to Ohio Wesleyan University . . . Likes Delores, Donn, Roger, Bill, Chuck, horses. F K s u 1 45,5 52 ' U . J ' 'ily f '. V , JW , 5g1,.59,v, ., - Jef- nw' f 4 , . , ,. .V , -,-,-Q, ew f f ,: ., ,- -.Lg-gf.-tkafzy' . aff te'-'fiawlfcds ms:-al 5 f,f.2fL'ig3:".-zglzla' 1 W..-'."' I 1".5',-,1'1',"2'5 LQ' 'Burma e.-Em'--as-.1w'v' 'f f +2 5?-tw---,, 1 -,sg-'."ff':.r"1'T f f. -ix.,-...',. -5 1 1' ,,',.-7.4. wifi 1 U51 , ,fy rg it V 4 . . . rv, ffm?--.2--.ig 4 .fr 71. qw- , -Aa:-gas , 1 L9f.'.f,'."g 1, 3-.30-1 20 7 "",' K f in MARVA LINDSEY Jr. Red Cross alternate, Fresh- man Choir . . . Plans to do secretarial work until able to establish herself in New York City . . . Likes skating, Moon Glo', Eddie Lee, NYC. JUDITH DIANE LONG DIMP Jr. Choir, Y-Teens, C-Teens . . . Plans to be an X-Ray technician, then get married to as wonderful a guy as her dad and try to be as wonderful as her mom . . . Likes John S., Joan H., Pat G., Charlene M., Jackie B., Kathi M., Alex- ander's, a '54 Plymouth. JAMES MILTON LUCAS CO-ORDINATION Golf squad captain, Student Council, Megaphone, Squire dz Scroll, football, Hall Guard, . . . Plans on college, teach- ing, marriage, retiring . . . Likes Joyce Gossett, J 81 J boys, Jim O., Jim C., Wart B., Gus B., Tom M., Tony C., Smitty, Ralph L., Mike P., Mike T., Steve B., Lee B., Barney, NuWay. JUDY MAPLE MAYPO Central representative on Jr. Auxiliary Board and Board treasurer, C-Teens, Megaphone, Squire dia Scroll,"C" Club, Jr. Choir, CYC Council . . . Plans to attend Akron City nursing school, then marry that cer- tain boy . . . Likes Lee Bell, Margie Kovac, Margie's Mom and Dad, everyone in particu- lar, Seven Up. FLOYD D. MAXINELL FLIP FLOP Red Cross, Sr. Choir, Chemistry Club, Driving Club, perfect attendance . . . Plans on ap- prenticeship for mechanical engineering at Goodyear . . . Likes Floyd Shepherd, Lloyd Shepherd, James Morgan, TV, home, Center. VERA MCCARDLE SMILEY Basketball Court, Sr. Y-Teens, Megaphone, "C" Club . . . Plans to work for a while, then marry Richard . . . Likes Richard, rings, family, friends, pizza, steak. JOYCE MCFADDEN BABY DOLL Jr. Red Cross . . . Plans to marry Johnny and have two little Bratanovs, buy a new Mercury for Johnny . . . Likes Johnny, Walgreen's, red and white '55 Mercury, Dottie. CHARLENE McKEE CRACKERS CYC Council, "C" Teens, "C" Club, Freshie Choir . . .Plans on attending IBM School . . . Likes Pat Garn, Don Perry, Joan Krohrner, Jackie Briggs, Joan Hughes, Judy Long. THOMAS MCLAUGI-ILIN DOLPI-I Squire 8a Scroll . . . Plans on school . . . Likes Rosemary Sacy, Brandt Ranch. FRANK MEMINGER Football, Sr. Choir, Jr. Red Cross . . . Plans on entering the Marines . . . Likes Mar- garet, the fellows, his rela- tives, Dean's family, food. V if tl Q . 4 A - ,st ,, r. . . f, , ,,, ,x, f t 'li 1 .w,, 'Q 'YE CAROL SUE MIHALY Top 2570 in NMSQT, NHS, Quill 8: Scroll, Forge, Mega- phone, Squire Sz Scroll, Sr-. Choir, Jr. Red Cross . . , Plans to attend KSU, teach for a few years, get married, and raise lots of little Wildcats. . . Likes family, Donna, Nona, Martha, Betty, Lakeside, all Wildcats. KAREN ALICE MILLER TEACHER Top 1070 in NMSQT, honors in Scholarship Test in English, NHS, FTA, Sr. Choir,"C" Club, C-Teens, Chemistry Club, Wildcat, Sextet . .. Plans on attending KSU to major in elementary teaching, then marriage . . . Likes singing above all else, skating, bowl- ing, Norma Jean Robinson, Karen White. LOUISE ANN MARIE MOLEDOR LOU FTA, Library Assistant, Dis- pensary Assistant . . . Plans on being a telephone operator and getting married . . . Likes Bill, Mom, Dad, William, Theresa, Mike, Dorothy, Edna, home, Davis's Drug Store, thoughtfulness, kindness, and consideration in a certain guy. ALICE MOORE EYES Plans on business college and beautician school . . . Likes family and that certain fellow. JUDGE MOORE J.J. Football . .. earned letters in football the last two years . . . Likes Jim Jones, Elijah Chat- man, Shepherd brothers, Sam Greer. BARBARA MOSES BARBIE Jr. Y-Teens, Sr. Y-Teens, Bowling Club . . . Plans to marry Jim and raise lots of Jimmy Juniors . . . Likes Jim Carol, Judy, Sandy, Loretta, pizza, hamburgs, cokes, the Mercury. DANNY MOUCCHA TANK, MOO-MOO Swimming team, track, Chemistry Club, Band, Jr. Choir . . . Plans on college and civil engineering . . . Likes Don Eddy, Fred, Danny Baker, swimming team, and the boys he plays chess with. GEORGE STEVEN MOUSETES MOUSE Jr. Red Cross . . . Plans to graduate this year and then join the Marines . . . Likes Marianne M., Joker S., Bob N., Jim C., Jim O., all the boys in 217, all the kids at the hospital. SHARON NELSON TWlN Head Majorette, Jr. Y-Teen vice-president, band, Mega- phone, Squire 8rScroll, Sr. Y-Teens, CYC Council, Stu- dent Council, Forge . . . Plans to work a few months, then marry Joe . . . Likes Joe, family, Patqf, Brenda. SHIRLEY NELSON TWIN Head Majorette, Jr. Y-Teen vice-president, Squire dc Scroll, Megaphone, Red Cross, Sr. Dramatics, Forge, CYC Council, Band . . . Plans to work as a secretary and marry that certain someone . . . Likes Joe, family, Connie and Mike, Patty, Twerpy. S Qkwy. sf' a z ,f,, X .' . ff f ir 'I y if 4 'xr' ,,,, f M , f i ,, . . , f 37, fr, I 1,f , Q fr ,iinf I ' 'Q ' C, 3, ' Q, ' 7 1 7' , JIM oLsoN U SKIN Hall Guard captain, Mega- Phone, Jr. Red Cross, baseball, CYC Council, football, Sr. Choir, Sr. Dramatics . . . Plans to go into the Army and then marry that certain girl . . . Likes family, Kenny, Tony C., Jim L., Ralph L., Betty S., Sue H. LEE ORD TANK Co-captain of swimming team, NHS, Jr. Red Cross, Visual Aids, Chemistry Club . . . Plans on going to Akron U., being successful in life and marriage . . . Likes Tom O., Rich S., Bob N., Mary, Joan, Centralites, First M.E. Church, Memorial Hall. SALLY ORMS Bible Club, West Jr. Choir . . . Plans to get a job as a secre- tary, in a few years marry that certain guy . . . Likes Don, Bonnie, Bill, Pat S., Pat L., Carolyn, all the girls who work at the Board of Education. PHIL PAGANO TWINKLE TOES Megaphone V.P., Squire 6: Scroll, Student Council, Chem istry Club, Latin Club, base- ball, football, Sr. Dramatics . . . Plans to go to college to major in math or engineering, get married . . . Likes family, Carol, Pat dz Chuck, Dave, Jim, Bill, Waterloo, Garner's, Montrose, girls, pizza, jokes. MARIDEL PATTON BUTCH Top 25170 in National Merit Scholarship Test, NHS, Wild- cat, Sr. Dramatics, "C" Club, C-Teens, Bowling C1ub,FTA . . . Plans on attending the University of Alabama and hopes that plans for after- College come true . . . Likes f3fmi1Y, JOE, Barb, Jerry, B111,B1'l1C8, all other friends, Edlsr B GLB, pizza. MIKE PEDONE HARD ROCK CYC Sergeant-at-Arms, foot- ball, Megaphone, Squire Sr Scroll, Sr. Dramatics . . . Plans on college, architectural drafting, marriage in a few years . . . Likes Connie, Wiertc, Kurtz, Scaife, Gus, and all the boys at the Brandt Ranch, hunting with Clark, Strass, Dolph. DEAN PERRY BO Football, Sr. Choir . . . Plans to attend Wooster College, join the service, and marry . . . Likes Barbara, his brother Dale, Ida, Bill Sparks, Spam, Mugs, Doc, and all girls. DON PERRY Plans to marry Pat, have 32 kids, and then retire, if that's possible . . . Likes Pat, his brother Bob, Charlene M., Jim E., B SLM, City Sunoco. DOROTHY PERRY DOTTIE Plans on nurse's training at Margaret Park . . . Likes Wilbur McReynolds, Roller- cade, Kent Moon-Glo, books. BARBARA PHILLIPS BARB Megaphone, C-Teens, Art Service Club . . . Plans to work awhile . . . Likes activi- ties at school, Waterloo and all the favorite spots. . 41" iv. N C7 6 k . El , 1 fi s .X A If CAROLYN PICKENS CAROL, SHORTY Bible Club vice-president, FTA . . . Plans on training to be a missionary nurse, then get married some day . . . Likes Darrell, Cathey, Mom, Dad, Rose, Betty, Ritha, Gwen brother, church young peop1e's group, Youth for Christ, home, Cathey's house, Gwen's house. WILLIAM THOMAS PICKETT BILL Second string All-City foot- ball team, All-District, track ...Plans to get ajob and get married to Norma Ward and to have a happy family . . . Likes Norma's house. ROBERT E. POLLACK BOB Visual Aids . . . Plans to enter the service and then go to college some day . . . Likes Tom B., '40 Fords, CYC, and food. BERNICE RADCLIFFE Art Service Club, Jr. Choir, ribbon in art in ninth grade . . . Plans on being a typist then marriage and being as happy as Mom and Dad . . . Likes family, Carol Richey, Kathy R., Pat S., Sandy H., chili, hot dogs. i JOE RAMNYTZ JOSE Sr. Choir, Stage Crew, Sr. Dramatics, cross count:ry,track . . . Plans to get a part-time job and go to college . . . Likes Mom, Dad, Margie, Jerry, Bob, Gene and all the guys at the BcSzM, Waterloo. RUSSELL REDMAN RUSS Track, swimming, cross- country, Megaphone, Student Council, Red Cross, Sr. Choir versity . . . Likes Nate T. David L., Carlton H., potato salad, milkshakes. -1--43 . . . Plans to attend Akron Uni- ' A , . 1 JOAN REEVES Art Service Club, Sr. Y-Teens, Dispensary Assistant, Bowling Club, Jr. Choir . . . Plans to graduate, marry Chuck Fullen and be happy, maybe get a typing job . . . Likes Chuck F., Joan P., Pat R., City Hos- pital gang, Lujan's, Garden Lanes Bowling Alley. ROBERTA RICE BOBBI Bible Club treas. and sec., Bowling Club, Dance Club, "C' Club, Sr. Dramatics . . . Plans on being the most important one to a most important person . . . Likes family, Bobbi, Billie, Peggy, Butch, a certain guy, Pat's pizza, Bilie's cheese and pickle sandwiches. CONNIE RIFE Megaphone, Squire Sr Scroll, ' - ns Bowling Club,"C ' Club, Y Tee C-Teens . . . Plans on getting a job and making that certain guy happy . . . Likes Jim, Judy, Diana, and the girls at the Waterloo. CAROL RITCHEY Plans to graduate, be a secre- tary for a while, then marry that certain guy, and live as happily as Mom and Dad . . . Likes family, Bernice, Kathy R., Sandy H., that some one special, hot dogs and Seven Up. KATHLEEN CAROLYN ROBENALT KATHY-0 Plans on making Van happy, getting a job . . . Likes Van Costas, Sandra Schwenning, home, CYC, cherry pie, french fries, a certain Ford. NORMA JEAN ROBINSON ROCK Megaphone sec., member of "The Team," "C" Club, Squire 8: Scroll, Y-Teens, FTA, Bowl- ing Club, C-Teens, Dance Club, CYC Council . . . Plans to attend KSU, major in phys- ical ed., later get married . . . Likes Lil, Shirley, Annie, Bunny, Pat J., Sacy, Brandt's Ranch boys, parties, Water- loo, CYC, onion rings, spa- ghetti, chip chops. PATRICIA ROE PAT Art Service Club letter and medal, Sr. Y-Teens, CYC Council, Bowling Club, Squire 8: Scroll, Sr. Choir, Band, Dis- pensary Assistant . . . Plans to get a good job and marry her one and only guy . . . Likes Joan P., Joan R. out at Lujan's and bowling alley. I MARY ELIZABETH RUSCH Sr. Y-Teens . . . Plans to study voice at the Cleveland Institute of Music . . . Likes Mother, Father, Grandmother, music. JOHN SABINI JOKER Plans on going to night school and trying to become a better person . . . Likes Marilyn, Bob NH Mouse, family, the kids at work, home. ROSEMARY SACY SACE Squire :SL Scroll, Megaphone, Bowling Club, Y-Teens, C- Teens, Student Council . . . Plans on attending business college, doing something worthwhile in life . . . Likes family, Tom, Lil, Norma Jean, Waterloo. GEORGE SADLER Plans on getting a job as a bar- tender . . . Likes the family and all his friends. JAMES SADLER CORY All-City and All-District foot- ball teams, Delbert Baird Trophy, basketball . . . Plans on college, the Army, marriage, and raising the toughest foot- ball players in the city to send back to Central . . . Likes family, Bobby, Peoples, Carl- ton, Wallace, Pickett. GERALD EUGENE SANNER JERRY Track, FTA . . . Plans on the Navy . . . Likes Billy, Fred, Pennsylvania mountains. ELIZABETH LOUISE SARTOR BETTY NHS, Sr. Choir pres., "C" Club sec., Booster Girl, Forge, Stu- dent Council, Megaphone, Sr. Dramatics, "C" Teens, Squire St Scroll, Bowling Club, Quill dz Scroll, CYC Council . . . Plans to attend college till Roger comes home . . . Likes family, Roger, all the Sunday crowd, Jean, Donna, Nona, Linda, Judy. X LAURA LEE SAYRE BILLIE LEE Art Service Club, Sr. Dramatics . . . Plans on being a file clerk or typist . . . Likes Mom, J.S., pizza, Lujan's. RAY SCAIFE SPRINTER Megaphone Club president, Sr. Choir vice-president, Squire 81 Scroll treasurer, football, track, Executive Council, CYC Council . . . Plans on college, marrying Nona, if she's will- ing, and raising some half- backs . . . Likes Mom, Nona Sue, Mr. Sullivan, Ed, Mike, Mr. Siegferth, football team. BEVERLY SCHNEIDER BEV Sr. Choir, Jr. Red Cross, C- Teens, Y-Teens . . . Plans to marry Coleman Harris in July and continue working at Dixie Ohio Express office . . . Likes family, Coleman, Rick, Bobby, Vick, Mary Lou, Mrs. Harris, home, Garner's, engagement ring, the Chevrolet, work. SANDRA SCHWENNING SANDY Student Council, Bowling Club, CYC Council, Freshie Choir, Jr. Choir . . . Plans on being a secretary at Edison . . . Likes Pat Roe, Joan Krohmer, Bob Pollack, Joe Ramnytz, home, first period in 113, homeroom, spaghetti, sloppy joes, cream puffs, hot doughnuts. RONALD SHANE BIG R Track, cross-country, orches- tra . . . Plans on going to col- lege and being a pharmacist . . . Likes the Big "A", Brown and the boys, Al's Store. LLOYD SHEPHERD SHEP, TWIN Student Council and Execu- tive Council vice-president, top 2570 in National Merit Scholarship Test, National Honor Society, Forum Club, Chemistry Club . . . Plans on college to study research chemistry . . . Likes "Just Wright," Jim King, H.R. 105, every Wildcat, ACSC, C.l-l.S., dates. LLOYD DALE SHEPHERD SHEP Swimming team, football, Sr. Choir, Student Council . . . Plans on going to college and becoming a good coach. . . Likes family, Betty, Gene, Johnny, Debbie, all Wildcats. PATTY SIEMON SIEMON Basketball Queen, May Court, cheerleader, Megaphone, "C" Club, Sr. Y-Teens, Student Council, Squire 8zScroll, CYC Council . . . Plans on being a secretary and marrying Johnny . . . Likes family, Johnny, Annie, Pat, Norma, Brenda, Lil, Twerp, Brenda, Lil, Baker, Twins, Olson, Tony, Rabbit, Bucky Beaver, Woody, Lakeside. BETTYE SKIPPER SKIP Plans to get engaged and then be married to Mr. Bass, be a choice wife for him, then take up beautician work . . . Likes June Bass, Scarlet, Shirley, Ida, Puddin, Jeanie, Jeanette, Archie, Deloris, dances, June's house. SCARLET SLIGH PEACHES Plans to move to New York, take up modeling, work as a telephone operator . . . Likes Bruce, Fullum, Puddin, De- loris, Yola, Tea, Joyce, Classy, Jo Ann, skating, danc- ing. ,pf ,vl Z. ,1'f :f'5 5 sfttr i"' K, A , ,,,,... . ,xyf Y, FREDERICK ALLEN SLOCUM FREDERICK OLD BOY FTA vice-president, track, Chess Club, cross country, Jr. Choir . . . Plans on attending the University of AkIO11 and teaching history to future Central students . . . Likes Moucha, Jerry, John, Dan, all the people at the A 8rP, track boys, Mom 8rDad. BILL SMITH LEF TY Squire vSrScroll, Chemistry Club, Sr. Choir, Baseball . . . Plans on going to college to major in math or engineer- ing . . . Likes family, George, Phil, Dave, Jim, Tony, "Lanes," Waterloo, bowling, baseball. CARL J. SMITH LARC Gold key and honorable men- tion in art, Squire 8rScroll, Megaphone, swimming, foot- ball, track, Art Service Club, Sr. Choir . . . Plans on the service, then college . . . Likes Clark, Strassner, Lucas, Olson, Bauer, Bell, Gus, Pedone, Barney, Boice, Laser, Youngson. CAROL ELAINE SMITH CAROL Plans to work during the summer, then enroll in an accredited business institute . . . Likes persons with pleas- ant personalities, sports and sewing. JUDY SMITH BETTY Dance Club, Bowling Club, "C" Club, Freshie Choir, Jr. Choir . . . Plans on attending Hammel Business College . . . Likes Jane, Judy, Loretta, P68856 COnnie, Sacy, home, CYC. MICHAEL W. SMITH MIKE Tennis team . . . Plans to join navy and also work at Akron Sewing Machine Co. . . Likes good food and fast cars. LORETTA SNYDER BRIDGET Y-Teens, "C" Club, Red Cross, Jr. Choir, CYC Council . . . Plans to go to college, some day marry that certain guy, and rear a football team . . . Likes Bill, Dick, family, Gloria, Jean, Barb, Judy, everything to eat. ROBERT EUGENE SPIEGEL Cafeteria staff . . . Plans to work in a machine shop . . . Likes to paint in oils. SALLY STALNAKER C-Teens . . . Plans to attend college and become a teacher . . . Likes Joan Minnos and Norma. JEAN STILES JEANNIE Sr. Y-Teens . . . Plans to be an airline reservationist, some- day marry that certain one and be happy . . . Likes parents, Gloria, Louise, Sharon, Tom, Loretta, Bud, everybody. s," I I .. ff? WCM, 27 JOHN STITES SKIN ERNIE FTA, cross country, track, Chess Club . , . Plans to join the service and make acareer of it . . . Likes a certain girl with initials R. R. PRISCILLA STONE PRISS C-Teens pres., top 10470 in NMSQT, Citizen of Month, Wildcat, NHS, Sr. Choir, Sex- tet, Sr. Y-Teens, Megaphone, "C" Club . . . Plans to enter nurse's training at Akron Gen- eral Hospital and then marry Joe . . . Likes family, Joe, Barb, Deanna, Vera, Irene, Tweed. PATRICIA STUTLER PAT Bible Club president . . . Plans on marriage afterEast- ern Nazarene College, nurse's training at Deaconess Hos- pital in Massachusetts, mission- ary work . . . Likes family, kids at church, everyone. BRENDA TAYLOR Member of "The Team," per- fect attendance for 2 years, "C" Club treasurer, cheer- leader, Sr. Choir, Megaphone, Sr. Dramatics, Squire 8rScroll, Forge, Latin Club, Red Cross, Sr. Y-Teens . . . Plans on secretarial job and marriage to that certain guy . . . Likes Mom, Dad, Rusty, "Tom Dugan," pizza, cheeseburgers, 7-up. MICHAEL S. TETZEL MIKE Plans on trying to get a good job and never getting married . . . Likes family, the Belvins, Clark, Straus, Bill, Steve, Lee, the Dude, Jim, andjust about anybody. ADDIE THORNTON SUGARFOOT Champion football ticket seller in '58, Jr. Choir . . . Likes Jackie Birch, Mary Mur- dix, Joyce Smith, Barbara Johnson, Johnson sisters, Eli- jah Chatman, Bob Johnson, Connie Jones, Delores Bowers Bill Sparks, Alice Moore, Judge Moore, Gus Johnson, Akron Community Center. NATI-IANIEL THURMOND NATE Basketball, track, cross-country, Sr. Choir . . . Plans to attend Wooster, Akron U, or Cincin- nati U, and then would like 'a return to Central as basket- ll coach . . . Likes Russ Redman, Elijah Chatman, Carlton Hopkins, John cgi Dave, B. G., and Coach Siegferth. DEANNA LEE TROUP Megaphone, "C" Club, Bowling Club, office messenger, dis- pensary . . . Plans to attend the Akron Beauty School, open her own beauty shop, marry, raise a family . . . Likes Barbara Sue, Priss, Judy, Vera, Bobby, staying with her aunt in Canton, swimming, bowling, skating, all sports. LA CRESIA WATLEY SHORTIE Plans to go to Hammel Busi- ness College . . . Likes Mark, Sonny, Scarlet, Puddin., La Vern, Barbara, Marva, Moon- glow Skating Rink, dancing. DOROTHY JEAN WILEY DOTTIE Bible Club, Sr. Y-Teens, C- Teens, FTA, Jr. Choir . . . Plans to go to Kent State or Akron U., become a nurse or teacher, someday marry that certain guy . . . Likes family, Ruby Heard, Shirley Kelly, Thelma Shepherd, Gar- ner Brothers with certain people, Andy's pizza shop, skating. Y V .4 14 f X f , SHIRLEY A. WILLIAMS ROSIE Y-Teens . . . Plans to work at the Bell Telephone Company . . . Likes Larry, Betty, Scar- let, Mary, Clarissa, Archie, Dorothy, Jackie, Marva, P.J., Kent. SHIRLEY RUTH WILLIAMS BELLE, MAE, ROSE May Court, Sr. Choir secretary, Student Council, C-Club, CYC Council, Megaphone, Squire Sz Scroll, Sr. Dramatics, Sr. Y-Teens, Sr. Choir, Forge . . . Plans to get a job, maybe go to Akron U., teach, and settle down to a happy marriage . . . Likes family, Jim, Norm, Sue, Kay. BOB WILSON BIG WILSON Plans to get a job and then get married after a couple of years . . . Likes working for the Board of Education, girls' Olsmowilliam. JANET LEE WYNN Honors in State Scholarship Test for French, 93rd percen- tile in NMSQT, NHS, Dance Club pres., Sr. Dramatics pres., Forum sec., Latin Club vice pres., Forge, Megaphone, Squire dz Scroll, C-Club, Sr. Choir . . . Plans to attend Ohio State and make the Rock- ettes . . . Likes Timmy, Patdz Chuck, Nona 81 Ray. JIM FREEMAN YOUNGSON ONE EYE Sf- Choir, CYC Council . . . Plans to go to the service, bepome andauto mechanic, 8.6 rrlarrie , and live a ha life . . . Likes Clark, Strasipy Mlke, Steve, Skin, C-us, the Bar Brandt Ranch. ARTHUR BARNBY ART Plans on taking up an appren- ticeship in carpentry or cabi- net making . . . Likes Don, Jack, Larry, Tom, Alaska, and Mexico. THOMAS HUTCHENS TOM Band . . . Plans on service, then college to study electron- ics . .. Likes Carol, B8zM boys, all kinds of music. SAM GREER BIG SAM Football, track . . . Plans to go to the service and play some more football . . . Likes Paul Miller, Jimmy Sadler, and Darlene Fann. MARTHA MANTOOTH HONEY Freshie Choir . . . Plans to go into nursing . . . Likes Jeanne, Lillian, David, swimming, ice skating, sewing, gossiping, pizza, dill pickles, french fries. In Memoriam It was not to be the Creator's will For Sheila Shimkoftq fulfill Her high school dayslwith us, she's gone 1 WEEE'h'abf5i'eff'hiiigg1er d'ays"sh'asll11lawn:1 La . ...sf .Man s, . -.1 'aijj'--N A W- ff' -'ff . .... . .K . 4 ,,,- , ,ff x ff-,, W ,M V ,F -. 'W In illness shecspignti sdrriany' days While we were ibleetlfwork and play, And yet our aim :withfus she shared-- A cap and gownisoniei day to wear. Her friends recillrhersunny smile, Her laughter andiibravery allathe while. With this mem'ry Sheila we depart. Always to cherish her in our hearts. i Q 29 Chuck Hardwick Jim Olson Ralph Laser Elijah Chatman Tony Conti Jim Olson Wally Harper Jim Lucas Mike Kondis Ray Scaife Jim Youngson Jerry Sanner Lloyd Shepherd James King Tony Conti Elijah Chatman Mike Pedone Ray Scaife Eddie Davis C ass Ballot Mr. and Miss CENTRAL MOST WINNING SMILE BEST LOOKING MOST ATHLETIC INSEPARABLE FRIENDS MOST TALENTED WITTIEST PRETTIEST HAIR BEST BUILD BEST DANCER PRETTIEST EYES MOST POLITE MOST STUDIOUS MOST TALKATIVE BEST DRESSED FRIENDLIEST MOST MASCULINE AND MOST EEMININE MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 30 Pat Johnson Connie Hodges Judy Bailey Normajean Robinson Donna Kesler Nona Sullivan Janet Wynn Judy Baker Nona Sullivan Loretta Synder Connie Hodges Anna Mae Peterson Janet Tobias Irene Nourse Betty Sartor Shirley Williams Connie Hodges Donna Kesler Pat Johnson rganizafionzi NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY LAST ROW: Russell Hunt, Donn Hayward, Charles Hardwick, Jim King, Jerry Mahone. FOURTH ROW: Bill Crislip, Eddie Davis, Lloyd Shepherd, Bruce Burke, Lee Ord. THIRD ROW: Jill Ba- nas, Betty Sartor, Irene Nourse, George Garrison, Wally Harper, Floyd Shepherd. SECOND ROW: Janet Lee Wynn, Priscilla Stone, Carol Mihaly, Nona Sullivan, Donna Kesler, Vera McCardle, Margie Kovac. FIRST ROW: Joan Pegg, Maridel Patton, Anna Mae Peterson, Phyllis Blakney, Barbara Blasio, Karen Miller, Pat Johnson. STRAIGHT "A" STUDENTS FORFIRST SEMESTER LAST ROW: Randall Cooley, Roger Hagstrom, Jerry Biss, Eddie Davis, Lloyd Shepherd. THIRD ROW: James Hurd, Barbara Bohn, Irene Nourse, Bill Stevens, Russell Hunt. SECOND ROW: Priscilla Stone, Vera McCardle, Beverly Fela, Virginia Norris, Michi Molnar, Barbara Simmons, FIRST ROW: Martha,Scalf Donna Rowles, Yin Ling Yee, Janet Lee Wynn, Mae Ling Yee Pat Johnson, Karen" 0 1 er. , 32 EXECUTIVE STUDENT COUNCIL LAST ROW: Elijah Chatman, Bill Sparks, Floyd Shepherd, Mrs. Van Horne. SECOND ROW: Janet Wynn, Randy Manley, Donna Sandy, Sandra McBurney, Dixie Swiger, Joyce Ward. FIRST ROW: Pat Johnson, corresponding secretary, Lloyd Shepherd, vice- president, Chuck Hardwick, president, Eddie Davis, treasurer, Anna Mae Peterson, re- cording secretary. 1,4 this STUDENT COUNCIL ROOM REPRESENTATIVES LAST ROW: Marv Leedon, Gerald Pruitt, Dennis Bailey, Bill Shupe, Donald Wilson, John Stites, Ruth Boarman, Betty Sartor, Sandy Lee. THIRD ROW: Pam Smith, Joyce Ward, Jim King, Karen McCort, Barbara Bohn, Pat Lias, Janet Tobias, Michi Molnar, Lila Robenalt, Carol Green. SECOND ROW: Linda Kocsis, Jim Woodruff, Lil Abood, Pat Siemon, Connie Jones, Phil Pagano, Marilyn Sfanner, Janet Evans, Randy Manley, Karen Snader. FIRST ROW: Barb Roach, Helen Ingham, Pattie Fedor, Jerry McKinney, Patricia Gove, Mae Ling Yee, Michael Roby, Calvin Riley, Joanna Berkheimer. 33 WIIDCAT STAFF LAST ROW: Russell Hunt, Bruce Burke, editorg Bill Crislip, Wally Harper. SECOND ROW: Miss Drews, adviser, Donna Kesler, Nona Sullivan,Irene Nourse. FIRST ROW: Karen Miller, Rosemary Butler, Maridel Patton, Priscilla Stone. QUILL AND SCROLL CANDIDATES LAST ROW: Mrs. Hoffman, advisor, George Garrison, Betty Sartor, Carol Mihaly, Donna Kesler, Janet Tobias, Brenda Taylor, Bruce Burke. FRONT ROW: Eddie Davis, Anna Mae Peterson, Pat Johnson, Janet Wynn, Shirley Nelson. FORGE STAFF LAST ROW: George Garrison, Chuck Hardwick, Ed Groves, Bruce Burke. SECOND RQW. Mr Hoffman, advisor, Sharon Nelson, Brenda Taylor, Janet Tobias, Sally Stalnaker, Shirley Nels S. Mrs. Van Horne, co-advisor. FIRST ROW: Carol Mihaly, Donna Kesler, Pat Johnson Eddie on Davis, Janet Wynn, Anna Mae Peterson, Betty Sartor. 7 34 V FORUM CLUB LAST ROW: Chuck Hardwick, Lloyd Shepherd, Roger Krechmery, Floyd Shep- herd. FIRST ROW: Linda Bradley, Pat Johnson, Janet Wynn, Mr. Nicholson, advisor. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA LAST ROW: Bill Boice, Don Conley, Jerry Sanner, Jim Johnson, John Stites, Russell Hunt. THIRD ROW: Mr. Lehman, advisor, Barbara Simmons, Maridel Patton, Edna Trapp, Louise Moledor, Jill Banas, Cecily Stagner. SECOND ROW: Barbara Webb, Yuke Ling Yee, Barbara Reid, Karen Miller, Karen Ireland, Brenda De Ruyter, Ruby I-Ieard, Louise Snodgrass, advisor. FIRST ROW: Mae Ling Yee, Shirley Kelly, secretary, Jo Ann Albright, treasurer, Irene Nourse, president, Fred Slocum, vice-president: Dorothy Wiley. 35 ART SERVICE CLUB LAST ROW: Dennis Bailey, Dennis Miller, Melvyn Hall, David Lindsey, Donald Wilson, Robert Lowery, Michael Veesart, David Sabistina. THIRD ROW: Karen Long, Jackie Matthews, Karen Wooddell, Elleen Bradley, Pat Endress, Brenda De Ruyter, . SECOND ROW: Mary Balto, Janet Perry, Sandra Zacavish, Sandy Lee, Vivian Gvvfri Bonnie Gwin, Laura Sayre, Miss Baclawski, advisor. FIRST ROW: Joan Reeves, Pat Roe, Joan Pegg, Donna Sandy, president, Joyce Jones, Naomi Duggan, Gwen Wong. LATIN CLUB LAST ROW: Jim Barker, Tom McNulty, Herb Paul, Bill Davids, Karl Raack, Ernest Carnes Bill Stark, Norman Farrell. FOURTH ROW: Jim Doyle, Carol Johnson, Eileen Jividen, Janice,Gar- rett, Jo Ann Roby, Loneita Lentz, Randy Manley, Lynda Bull, Kenneth Johann. THIRD RQW: Nancy Benson, Helen Lenkner, Jan Roberts, Karen McCort, Hazel Nordine, Karen Glandorf Sandy Arnold, Sherry Bahick, SECOND ROW: Leona Lee, Eva Maetzler, Sandy Glisson, Donna Sandy Bev Fela, Doris Wykoff, Joan Minno, Billie Boyce. FIRST ROW: Donna Bogard, Louise Morgan Phyllis Davis, treasurer, Joanna Berkheimer, secretary, Randall Cooley', president, Sharon Lock-7 hart, vice-president, Harriett Stucker, Irene Vasko, Mrs. Conti, advisor, 36 FRENCH CLUB LAST ROW: Jill Banas, Jo Ann McLaughlin, Jim Hurd, Gerald Pruitt, Jackie Hodges, Mrs. Frohnapfel, advisor. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Woofter, Marilyn Sanner, Geneva Bryant, Linda Bradley, Carol Raack, Marchada Crutchman, Barbara Villers, treasurer, Nellie Meredith. FIRST ROW: Carolyn Townsend, Karen Snader, president, Karen Woodell, program chairman, Sandy Blakney, Judy Drummond, Cheryl Van Riper. Zig, SQUIRE AND SCROLL LAST ROW: Jerry Dearmitt, Jim Gripne, Phil Kinion, Jerry Biss, Bill Smith, Carl Smith, Bill Boice, Jim Lucas, Hank Haas, Gary Stine. FIFTH ROW: George Garrison, Chuck Hardwick, Bill Stevens, Jim Elliott, Irene Nourse, Judy Hill, Donn Hayward, Mike Pedone, Phil Pagano, Russell Hunt, Mrs, Harrison, advisor. FOURTH ROW: Linda Boarman, Judy Maple, Margie Kobac, Peggy Flinn, Karen Woodruff, Nancy Rudgers, Sandra Kreitzburg, Cecily Stagner, Joyce Ward, Sherry Evans, Barbara Stark, Jo Ann Albright, THIRD ROW: Dixie Swiger, Sandy McBurney, Donna Troup, Donna Franklin, Sandy Pritt, Linda Kocsis, Joan Pegg, Pat Roe, Carolyn Chapman, Barbara Baier, Betty Sartor. SECOND ROW: Carol Mihaly, Donna Kesler, Janet Wynn, Connie Rife, Connie Hodges, Lynn Doyle, Shirley Williams, Brenda Taylor, Pat Johnson, Lillian Abood. FIRST ROW: Janice English, Norma Robinson, Pat Siemon, Anna Mae Peterson, secretary, Janet Tobias, president, Nona Sullivan, vice-president, Ray Scaife, treasurer, Mary Sankey, Wanda Williams, Rosemary Sacy. 37 gli: THE SEXTETTE Karen Miller, Connie Jones, Pam Howes, Sharon Lockhart, Karen Ireland, Priscilla Stone. SENIOR CHOIR LAST ROW: Jim Youngson, Lloyd Shepherd, Ralph Boone, Dean Perry, Hank Haas, Paul Haywood, Lloyd Shep- herd, William Jackson, Nate Thurmond, Elijah Chatman, David Breeden, Phil Kinion, Jerry Biss, Floyd Maxwell, Carlton Hopkins. FIFTH ROW: Joe McDay, Randall Cooley, Floyd Shepherd, Jim Doyle, Jim Olson, Tony Conti, Bill Smith, Jim Anderson, Russ Redman, Herman Gaffney, Tim Moss, Edward Tyrrell, James Nolte, Dan Baker. FOURTH ROW: Jim Cuckler, Walter Johnson, Joe Ramnytz, Bonnie Gorday, Nancy Rudgers Sandy Kreitzburg, Jeri McComb, Pam Howes, Bev Schneider, Margie Kovac, James Clark, Roger Graham Bob Swan. THIRD ROW: Betty Sartor, Darlene Fann, Kay Woodruff, Cheryl Gaskill, Carol Mihaly Irene Noor, P Flinn, Betty Nash, Judy Hill, Joan Pegg. SECOND ROW: Janet Tobias, Irene Vasko, C,onnie JonesSeMaF5gusch Dotti Crumm, Karen Miller, Cammie Lathan, Linda McKay, Nona Sullivan, Donna Kesler, Carol Pg: t FIRST, ROW: Pat Roe, Peggy Hensley, Lynn Doyle, Anna Mae Peterson Connie Hodges, Sherry E C r.O . Karen Ireland, Brenda Taylor, Shirley Williams. , Vans, Onme Atkinson' 38 DANCE CLUB LAST ROW: Sandy McBurney, Maureen Wetzel, Judy Hill, Cheryl Gaskill, Dixie Swiger, president. FIRST ROW: Joanna Berkheimer, Wanda Williams, Sharon Lock- hart, Jeri McComb, Pam Smith, Janet Wynn, student instructor, Mrs. Hull, advisor. s 6 , 'llln I V, Q1 W, ' . Q iii Au, if y I I ,rl N 9 I Y S JUNIOR CHOIR LAST ROW: Robert Rinehart, Marvin Leedom, Joe Weirtz, David Sabistina, Donald Peoples, Gerald Pruitt, David Lentz, Herb Paul, Curtis Evans, Bert Hinkle. FIFTH ROW: Jake DeBenedictis, Bill Hansel, Tom Rasel, Dick Hyman, Gus Lagios, Ronald Hopkins, Bob Moore, Andy Acquaviva, James Jordan, Jay Bevington, Ronnie Morrow. FOURTH ROW: Larry A. Mitchell, James Walls, Mary Gardner, Sara Drake, Marsha Miller, Lynda Bull, Margie Mooney, Pat Hubbard, Nancy Holcomb, Geneva Bryant, Lexie Eades. THIRD ROW: Thelma Shepherd, Sandra Bittner, Brenda Trent, Rosanne Mesko, Charlotte Dufour, Sue Doll, Vicki Massoli, Pat Fugett, Sandy Blakney, Janet Connelly, Ruth Kupper, Betty Shultz. SECOND ROW: Sharon Lockhart, Merl Hightower, Randy Manley, Judy Drummond, Karen Snader, Roberta Nunez, Linda Bare, Carl Radabaugh, Sandra Glisson, Joyce Jones, Donna Bogard, FIRST ROW: Joanna Berkheimer, Beverly Maple, Barbara Poling, Eileen Corrin, Naomi Dug- gan, Linda Ekstedt, Louise Morgan, Dolores Rohale, Linda Ansell, Patti Fedor. 39 ?" sex 1 MEGAPHONE - SENIORS LAST ROW: J. Youngson, L. Bell, J. Lucas, J. Olson, C. Smith, D. Browder, T. Conti. FIFTH ROW G. Garrison, I. Nourse, R. Redman, D. Strassner, C. Hardwick, B. Boice, M. Pedone, Mr. Haller, ad- visor. FOURTH ROW: J. Tobias, J. Maple, M. Kovac, P. Stone, D. Troup, N. Sullivan, C. Mihaly, B. Taylor. THIRD ROW: S. Evans, C. Atkinson, C. Rife, S. Williams, A. Auth, L. Abood, V. Mc- Cardle, J. Wynn, S. Nelson. SEOOND ROW: D. Kesler, J. Bailey, C. Hodges, L. Boarman, L. Doyle, J. English, J. Baker, P. Siemon, S. Nelson. FIRST ROW: C. Jones, B. Sartor, R. Sacy, P. Johnson, R. Scaife, president, N. Robinson, secretary, A. Peterson, treasurer, P. Pagano, vice president, B. Phillips. MEGAPHONE - UNDERCLASSMEN LAST ROW: J. Brownlee, W. Spratt, J. Biss, P. Kinion, P. Haywood, J. Sisson, D. Bailey, H, Gaffney, L. Bull, G. Stine, B. Shupe. SIXTH ROW: E. Tyrrell, D. Wilson, J. DeBenedictis, B. Stevens, J, Doyle, J. Sires, E. Curtis, B. Nordine, Marsha Miller, Sandy Ansell. FIFTH ROW: V, Massoli, M, Gardne , M. Mooney, P. Fugett, G. Bryant, J. Drummond, S. Blakney, D. LaGanke, B, Moore, J. Veller. FOURTH ROW: S. Kreitzburg, P. Smith, B. Gorday, B. Shultz, P. Mollohan, C, Stagner, M. Molnar, B. Stark, C. Perry, B. Simmons. THIRD ROW: J. McComb, L. Bradley, D, Troup, C. Raack, M. Crutchman, J, Albright, D. Swiger, L. Kocsis, S. Pritt, C. Green, M. Russell, SECOND ROW: P. Auth, L. Ansell, R. Manley, D. Sandy, J. Hall, M. Sullivan, S. McBurney, C., Shultz, K. Ireland, K. Mauthe, Y. Yee, FIRST ROW: M. Sandey, W, Williams, L. McKay, B. Maple M. Yee, Y. Yee, C. Whitaker, J. Berkheimer, R. Smith. ' 40 C TEENS - SENIORS LAST ROW: L. Evans, S. Stalnaker, J. Hill, J. Bailey, B. Sartor, C. I-lodges, J. Banas. FIFTH ROW: D. Bowers, C. Chapelo, M. Kovac, J. Maple, J. Long, P. Garn, D. Wiley. FOURTH ROW: C. Atkinson, S. Evans, M. Balto, B. Blasio, C. Rife, B. Schneider, S. Figley, B. Bailey, M. Patton. THIRD ROW: L. Abood, A. Auth, J. Baker, P. Siemon, L. Doyle, A. Bowen, C. McKee. SECOND ROW: R. Sacy, N. J. Robinson, J. English, P. Hensley, J. Fairheart, K. Miller, B. Phillips. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Londa, advisor, L. McKay, vice-president, J. Albright, program chairman, P. Stone, president, I. Nourse, treasurer, R. Heard, secretary, Mrs. Max- son, advisor. W s. I C TEENS - UNDERCLASSMEN LAST ROW: S. Ansell, K. Woodruff, M. Gardner, C. Carter, B. Johnson, E. Maetzler, K. Mc- Cort, B. Kiggans, P. Mollohan, L. Bull. FIFTH ROW: J. Matthews, J. Hodges, E. Curtis, C. Johnson, E. Jividen, J. Minno, K. Whitworth, J. Courtney, P. Baier, C. Randall. FOURTH ROW J. Ward, N. Rudgers, J. McComb, J. Pennington, M. Miller, J. Jones, G. Perry, M. Russell, J. Redman, C. Chapman, M. Molnar, B. Stark. THIRD ROW: M. Clifford, S. Wiley, S. Pritt, L. Kocsis, C, Green, C. Raack, J. Chappell, B. Villers, B. Johnson, C. Arbee, B. Gorday. SECOND RCW: 5-iiiigegn, V. Massoli, J. Drummond, S. Blakney, D. Rohaley, P. Fugett, C. Radabaugh, J. Jones, K. Ireland, C. Latham, C. Woofter. FIRST ROW: D. Sandish, L. Ansell, P. Auth, L, Smith, S. Fisher, J. Roberts, D. Franklin, R. M. Smith, W. Williams, E. Corrin. 41 nf? bib SENIOR DRAMATICS LAST ROW: Roger Krechmery, Jim Johnson, Joe Ramnytz, Paul Haywood, Don Eddy, William Jack- son, Robert Grusendorf, Jim Ventress. FIFTH ROW: Cecily Stagner, Beverly Nordine, Dennis Bailey, Joe Rodgers, Dennis Miller, Judy Bailey, Betty Sartor, Gay Bruck. FOURTH ROW: Joan Pegg, Linda Bradley, Roberta Rice, Laura Sayre, Sandy Kreitzburg, Jeri McComb, Barbara Stark, Michi Molnar, Jean Collard. THIRD.ROW: Barbara Blasio, Linda Kocsis, Dixie Swiger, Gloria Shultz, Maridel Patton, Nona Sullivan, Brenda Taylor, Pat Johnson. SECOND ROW: Donna Kesler, Barbara Simmons, Shirley Nelson, Wanda Williams, Mary Sankey, Carol Raack, Janice Chappell, Connie Hodges. FIRST ROW: Gloria Butler, Pat Tate, Anna Mae Peterson, vice-president, Gary Stine, treasurer: Janet Wynn, president, Sandi McBurney, secretary, Linda McKay, Delores Sandish, Miss Smith, advisor. BOWLING CLUB LAST ROW: Sandy Schwenning, Jo Ann Speelman, Nancy Rudgers, Bonnie Gorday, Jeri McComb, Judy Floyd, Margie White. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Blakney, Connie Rife, Sandy Figley, Deanna Troup, Virginia Norris, Linda Bare, Gail Perry, Mimi Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Jill Banas, Annette Mosetes, Linda Smith, Maridel Patton Pat Roe, Marie Russell. SECOND ROW: Gay Bruck, Polly Speelman, Linda McKay Donna Franklin, Judy Smith, Linda Beavon, Rosemary Sacy. FIRST ROW: Joyce 7 Ward, secretary, Gladys Gamble, president, Kitty Mauthe, treasurer. 42 LIGHT AND SOUND TECHNICIANS lvlr. Petrilli, Ken Glandorf, Ron McAvoy, Bill Housel, Carl Harris, Mr. Terrass. C CLUB LAST ROW: Judy Sires, Judy Maple, Margie Kovac, Janet Tobias, Barbara Stark, Michi Molnar, Gail Perry, Sandy Lee, Pat Robenalt, Linda Boarman, Judy Bailey. FIFTH ROW: Mary Sankey, Donna Troup, Nancy Rudgers, Karen Woodruff, Maureen Wetzel, Jeri McComb, Pam Smith, Joyce Ward, Dixie Swiger, Gloria Shultz, Barbara Villers. FOURTH ROW: Jo Ann McLaughlin, Virginia Norris, Marchada Crutchman, Loweeta Evans, Maridel Patton, Connie Rife, Carol Green, Nona Sullivan, Janet Wynn, Irene Vasko. THIRD ROW: Judy Baker, Janice English, Lynn Doyle, Anna Mae Peterson, Norma Jean Robinson, Pat Johnson, Loretta Snyder, Sandy McBurney, Jo Ann Hall, Miss Jenkins, advisor. SECOND ROW: Wanda Williarns, Kitty Mauthe, Karen Miller, Yuke Ling Yee, Linda McKay, Deloris Sandish, Gladys Gamble, Mae Ling Yee, Linda Beavon. FIRST ROW: Betty Sartor, secretary, Pat Siemon, president, Connie Hodges, vice-president, Brenda Taylor, treasurer. 43 DISPENSARY GIRLS LAST ROW: Juanita Courtney, Louise Moledor, Peggy Hensley, Betty Sartor, Donna Kesler, Sandy Pritt, Marchada Crutchman. FIRST ROW: Judy Maple. JUNIOR RED CROSS LAST ROW: Joe Wertz, Floyd Maxwell, Bob Smiley, Jim Olson, Joe Rodgers, Dennis Miller, George Basile, Richard lgleheart, Dave La Ganke, Jerry Dearmitt. FOURTH ROW: Jo Ann Mc- Laughlin, Lexie Eades, Pat Endress, Bev Schneider, Joyce Ward, Barbara Kiggans, Penny Paul, Russelle Dolan, Hazel Nordine, Al Anderson. THIRD ROW: Annetta Marcum, Jo Ann Albright, Janie Napier, Marva Lindsey, Ruth Boyett, Pat Novack, Carol Johnson, Pat Fugett, Connie Hodges, Roger Graham. SECOND ROW: Miss Mettler, advisor, Rosemary Butler, Inez Anderson, Donna Rowles, Pat Branham, Karen Baith, Elsie Galloway, Cheryl Van Riper, Deloris Sandish, Barbara Stark, Barbara Villers. FIRST ROW: Irene Halbracht, Loretta Snyder, Janet Perry, Berlene Harris, Janet Tobias, secretary, Wanda Williams, president, Gary Stine, vice president, Bob Moore, Connie Whitaker, Rae Marie Smith. 44 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS BACK ROW: Sharon Evans, Joan Minno, Lillian Abood, Norma Robinson, Janice English, Helen Carr, Larry Zvara, Larry Baughman. FIRST ROW: Mae Ling Yee, Alice Auth, Maridel Patton, Miss Alexander, Jan Roberts, Connie Atkinson, Geneva Bryant, Louise Moledor. CHEMISTRY CLUB LAST ROW: Robert Donaldson, Jim Gripne, Hank Haas, Larry Wiles, Jim Heltsley, John Donat, Phil Kinion, Gary Stine, Ray Lee. FOURTH ROW: Jay McClelland, Bob Richards, Lloyd Shepherd, Andy Lytle, Tony Conti, John Brownlee, Gene Husk, Glyn Parker, Richard Lentz. THIRD ROW: Jeri Mc- Comb, Danny Moucha, Don Eddy, Floyd Maxwell, Roger Krechmery, Jim King, Bill Smith, George Garrison, Carl Cooley, Mr, Tritt. SECOND ROW: Linda McKay, George Seabeck, Bill Stevens, Jerry Biss, Larry Baughman, Dave Lindsey, Donn Hayward, Robert Grusendorf, Dick Keener, Dixie Swiger, Sandi McBurney. FIRST ROW: Mary Sankey, Wanda Williams, Karen Woodruff, Karen Miller, Floyd Shepherd, president, Russell Hunt, vice-president, Diana Kavelaris, Gloria Shultz, Nancy Rudgers, Judy Sires. 45 MOVIE CASHIERS Barbara Roach, Eileen Jividen, Joan Roby, Brenda De Ruyter, captain, Roberta Schwenning, Mrs. Wright. TICKET SELLERS Jackie Hodges, Sandy Arnold, Connie Whitaker, Donna Sandy, Joanna Berk- heimer, Sharon Lockhart, Geneva Bryant. VISUAL AID OPERATORS LAST ROW: Bill Cottrill, Dick Lentz, Gary Gill, Jim Johnson. SECOND ROW: Dave Oliver, Bill Fox, Ervin Graham, Dave Davis. FIRST ROW: Ernest Carnes, Richard Simone. RADIO STAFF. Sole member of this year-'5 radio Staff: Chuck Hardwick. x Q , ,Q X f 7 ff nm COUNSELORS' I-IELPERS Sandy Arnold, Deanna Troup, Yuke Ling Yee. tI CAF ETERIA STAFF LAST ROW: Elbridge Gaiters, Mrs. Trowbridge, David Lentz, Donald Peoples, Woodrow Lindsey, William Jackson, Bill Turner, John Gross. FIRST ROW: Sue Sandy, Irene Lardakis, Tommy Brown, Elmore Banton, David Vinson, Tom Mclver, Juanita Mingle, Carol Radabaugh, Mrs. Car- mack, Sally Emerick, Mrs. Gruver. 47 MORNING HALL GUARDS LAST ROW: Sam Greer, Nate Thurmond, Bill Pickett. FIFTH ROW: Andrew Johnson, James Mor- gan, Richard McQuain, Lloyd Shepherd, Russ Marchand, Gary Trent, Dean Perry, Fred Slocum, David Breeden. FOURTH ROW: Don McGinnis, Bill Moledor, Gene Husk Lee Bell, Bob Simpson, Larry Baughman, Gene Chandler, John Donat, Bill Davids, George Seabeck, Robert Donaldson. THIRD ROW: George Mousetes, Jim Sadler, Bill Shupe, Paul Conley, Paul Haywood, Herman Gaffney, Ernest Burton, Dick Swope, Steve Bauer, Jerry Dearmitt. SECOND ROW: George Garrison, Mickey Scar- borough, John Sabini, Bob Johnson, Ray Scaife, Don Eddy, Tyrone Galvan, Joe Ramnytz, Jim Olson, Dale Strassner. FIRST ROW: Mose Herrin, Jim Price, Chuck Hardwick, Elmore Foster, Bob Moore, Rickey Stevens, Ken Johann, Ervin Graham, Mike Pedone, Phil Pagano, Carl Cook. ag- Q! I nl li 'rad' AFTERNOON HALL GUARDS - IAST ROW: Andrew Johnson, Ralph Boone, Ralph Laser, Joe Weirlz, Lee Bell, Dan Baker, Carl- ton Hopkins, Lloyd Shepherd. FOURTH ROW: David Bowman, Jerry Dearmitt, Tony Conti, John Upshaw, Floyd Shepherd, David Lindsey, Dick Huskey, Orson Kelley, Joe McDay, John Gross. THIRD ROW: Tom McNulty, Jerry Wise, Max Beals, Ron Hayward, Jim Youngson, Dave Cooper, Jim Sadler, Don Eddy, Jerry Drummond. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Aaron, Larry Brown, George Mousetes, John Sabini, Ray Scaife, Ronnie McAvoy, Jake DeBenedictis, Carl Harris. FIRST ROW: Fred Archual, Bob Blake, Russell Hunt, Jerry Reed, George Basile, Jay McClel- land, 48 H - .. AVN-t. 4 4 THE BAND LAST ROW: Bob Lowery, Bill Davids, Betty Nash, Richard Craft, Dougie Stark, David Kirbawy, John K. Norman Maxine Holliday, Roger Hagstrom, Bob Simmons. FOURTH ROW: Ken Johann, Vivian Gwin, Marchada Crutch- man, Carol Welser, Gay Bruck, Jim Walls, Karen Woodell, Ann Johnson, Bonnie Gwin. THIRD ROW: Betty Shultz, Penny Paul, Jo Ann Speelman, Patrick Patterson, Fred Heyburn, Loneita Lentz, Pat Paul, Gene Hoffman, Darryl Bryson, Karen McCort, Joan Krohmer, Eileen Jividen, Ernest Carnes. SECOND ROW: Bob Blake, Gloria Butler, Bonnie Gorday, Shirley Nelson, Sharon Nelson, Beverly Nordine, Phyllis Mollohan, Doris Wykoff, Karen Long, Geneva Bryant. FIRST ROW: Phyllis Davis, Lynda Bull, John Shaver, Polly Speelman, Caryl Booker, Carol Johnson, Richard Crislip, Randall Cooley, Charles Nida. OFFICE MESSENGERS ' Linda Beavon, Judy Maple, Margie Kovac, Cheryl Van Riper, Karen McCort, JoAnn McLaughlin, Barbara Reid. 49 mv A MAJORETTE MASCOT CARLA RAKICH, HEAD MAJOR- MAJORETTE MAJORETTE GENEVA BRYANT ETTES: SHARON, SHIRLEY NELSON BONNIE GORDAY GLORIA BUTLER Q ,ff C3 1' K I S MAJORETTE MAJORETTE MAJORETTE MAJORETTE MAJORETTE ELAINE CURTIS BEVERLY NORDINE SI-IERRY EVANS PHYLLIS MOLLOI-IAN MARCHADA CRUTCHMAN 5 EIGHTI-I AND NINTI-I GRADE CHEERLEADERS BOOSTER GIRLS LAST ROW: Q8thj Sherry Bobick, captaing Carol Johnson, Donna Kesler, Judy Bailey, Betty Sartor. In Jackie Matthews, Jackie Hodges. FRONT ROW: f9thj Front: Lil Abood, Captain, Barbara Jones, captaing Penny Paul, Clairene Sabini, Linda Shawkey. LTLE ff 1 I , . , - V, 3 ' 1 VARSITY CHEERLEADER CONNIE JONES VARSITY CHEERLEADER VARISTY CHEERLEADER ANNA MAE PETERSON PAT SIEMON - I , 'SSS RESERVE CHEERLEADERS VARSITY CHEERLEADER Betty Shultz, Linda Ansell, Linda McKay, Sandy McBumey, captaing Connie Whitaker, PAT JQHNSQN, Pat Fugett, Penny Auth. CAPTAIN VARSITY CHEERLEADER VARSITY CHEERLEADER BRENDA TAYLOR WANDA WILLIAMS K I I K E VARSITY CI-IEERLEADER I NONA SULLIVAN tl 2 I v 'S I ,: THE MAY QUEEN MISS ANNA MAE PETERSON THE MAY COURT Ma Queen Class of l959 The May Day celebration at Central was started 36 years ago by Mrs. Blanche Brady, Traditionally, it honors the gentle- ness of women and the chivalry of men. lt is now held in the auditorium instead of in the park. About five years ago, each class began presenting its best talent for the queen. Much of May Day's loveliness today is due to the work of Mrs. Florence Hull. LAST ROW: Judy Baker, first attendantg Anna Mae Peterson, queeng Sara Shaar, crowner. FRONT ROW: Judy Bailey, Connie Jones, Pat Siemon, Pat Johnson. Wally Harper- -composerg -aw, 2 piano virtuoso, accompanist supreme, and Chief Minstrel in the Court of Her Majesty, Queen Anna Mae I. 'wr I98 Homecomin Queen The Homecoming Court is elected annually by the student body of Central High School. All candidates for Queen are nominated by the football team. This year's winner, Miss Connie Hodges, and her attendants were crowned at the Homecom- ing game against Hower and were presented at the Homecoming Dance on the follow- ing evening in the Boys' Gym. -Hr! f f r W gk y t , a ti a iii i 1 ,ff ff , T f f Q ':, w?s f , f ff!! ! ff W Z? f W, X f 7 Z ' f' AZ f f Z 5 f A 5 , ,iff If 67,251 Y! f. V, 1 me Q i l 1 t ii r i 4 5 i i 3 i x 1 gr 5 ll E i TI-IE 1958 HOMECOMING QUEEN - MISS CONNIE HODGES Queen Connie is escorted b Mike Pedone. l THE Homrcomrrvc counr Connie Whittaker, sophomore attendantg Pat Johnson, senior attendantg V Queen Connie Hodgesg Crowner Nona Sullivang Gloria Butler, junior attendant. 53 , W, , , if 4 i y f' "' H71 ' av., 'X' V, f ibm-avwaff M., H , as fa, Q! , ,X 'fx Ky, f V 2 T 7 ' 'Z f . n . M 275' if ,,Q' Q f,,,' , 1-fl fliffffrf. W y f ' irlt L 0 . g " F ' X i rx f,r,7 I V' VZ' , ,:fi':fg3fg , L., ,M f ,,,V ,, THE 1959 BASKETBALL QUEEN MISS PAT SIEMON I99 Basketball Queen Pat Siemon, the 1959 Basketball Queen, reigned over Cupid's Cotillion, a dance with decorations carrying out a Valentine theme. This annual affair traditionally highlights the basketball season as the Football Homecoming Dance highlights the football season. After the team nominates candidates for the queen and court, the student body then makes the final choice. And, as it seems every year, "no better selec- tion could have been made." Tl-IE 1959 BASKETBALL COURT Queen Pat with escort, Jerry Dearrnitt. Sherrie Evans, freshie attendantg Sandy McBurney, junior attendantg Pat Siemon, Queeng Shirley Nelson, crownerg Judy Bailey, senior attendantg Sue Greene, sophomore attendant. 54 Q.:-'I-"' 52 . v 11 .549 LK "N-K4 '-'S ,M feb C5 N if ' ,, fn, , ,564 ., , ffifgrk .Hr s .1 -731 .---.-.- JAMES JONES LEFT TAC KLE -W... . .--r 19 58 FOOT LAST ROW: D. Warren, E. Tyrrell, A. Lytle, T. Rasel, T. Baker, B. Palmer, C. McCormick, G. Parker, M. Wilson, J. Donat, C. Hightower, I T. Cooper, C. Orr. THIRD ROW: B. Rinehart, G. Husk, P. Foster, R. . ,.-W., Powers, B. Holliday, J. McDay, E. Burton, J. Anderson, G. Gump, W. ' -Q'fm,?,t,, Corbin, G. Trent, J. Lucas, W. Shy, R. Boone. " ' 'I Gil V' L, BOB JOHNSON FULLBACK ALL-CITY, ALL -DISTRICT Head Coach Felix Latona and his assistants, Fred Malagio, Edwin Kirkpatric k, Alton Haller. JAMES SADLER GENE CHANDLER QUARTERBACK CENTER SAM QREER DELBERT BAIRD TROPHY ALL-c1TY,ALL-D1sTR1cT TACKLE , J ,,,, Q 5 14 A for B31 gf mf u W ' 'fi ""'ff1f'lL. 'fl T55 ,A A ,gr H. I ' f 54... . .. ...,,, ,VK , . Q ,xo . 'M iff, Q 1' X 7, ' WJ.: . rf w ,Mr ,'e,,. M71 , ...J . we i L , 'T 'sv . U ,". . .ur - - . -' 5' 1 T, '56 1 lv ..f . llhtrkf 4 In . as 7 - E x , ii I, ' . -57 . . gh, td 3, , ,vi .--1 E 2 , - t, . , - ,. J. ' .ff I b t A , , U, 1 1 , , V C , -- 11111: , t. 1 f-..--.--.- , , ., 1, If , . X I . , -. -.. -- .g,,t... " "' , ,,. , ..,, in A, , . .,9, ,Q AA ,kV, f "" ' ,H ' f. A , ,K ' 1. 514' ' ' Q z 'WN W. - , '-WH" 7 -A f , f'f?i'5a-' .W ' " v-1 :.+j.,,:+1i",1.f.f', 1. f -1 iz' .WI 'lf 'll ' ft" , I f ivil BILL SPARKS END I BALL SQUAD SECOND ROW: J. Mahone, B. Brown, P. Miller, L. Wiles, M. Herrin, D. McGinnis, R. Marchand, P. Bearer, B. Sparks, H. Haas, G. McCombs, J. Jones, D. Johnson, J. Johnson. FIRST ROW: G. Chandler, R. Laser, F. Merninger, S. Greer, E. Chatrnan, B. Johnson, J. Sadler, R. Scaife, B. Pickett, M. Pedone, J. Moore, D. Perry. Central, Central, Central, Central, Central, Central, Central, Central, Central, SEASON RECORD O--Alliance, 22 8--Garfield, 7 18--Kenmore, 6 O--St. Vincent, 23 14- -East, 14 8 - -Hower, O 38 - -North , 8 6 - -Buchtel, 8 PLAYOFF 0 - -East, 20 RAY SCAIFE I-IALFBAC K ELIJAI-I CI-IATMAN LEFT GUARD WHITEY MOORE TROPHY BILL PIC KETT RIGHT GUARD RUSS MARCHAND PAUL BEARER END TAC KLE ,.,! 4- SWIMMING TEAM LAST ROW: Andy Lytle, David Lindsey, Jim Gripne, Lee Ord, Danny Moucha, Russell Redman, Dave Donaldson. SECOND ROW: Coach Tritt, Lloyd Shepherd, David Breeden, Donn Hayward, Gary Stine, Bill Davids, Carl Smith, Bob Donaldson, manager. FIRST ROW: Dennis Miller, Dennis Bailey, Lewis Jenkins, Dick Hyman, Don Eddy, John Donat, Ron Hayward. TRACK LETTERMEN h LAST ROW: Bill Pickett, Bill Sparks, Elijah Chatman, Jim Jones, Coach Kirkpatrick. SECOND ROW: Gene Husk, Joe McDay, Gene Chandler. FIRST ROW: Russell Re , o ohnson, Don Eddy, Ray Scaife. CROSS-COUNTRY LAST ROW: Jerry Drummond, Robert Donaldson, Eddie Davis, Edgel Groves, Jerry Dearmitt, Joe Smith, Carlton Hopkins. THIRD ROW: Russ Redman, Hardy Carey, Kenny Warner, Jerry Biss, Gerald Pruitt, Richard McQuain. SECOND ROW: Carl Cooley, Tyrone Galvan, George Garrison, Jake DeBenedictis, John Redman, Gene Njegoven, John Stites. FIRST ROW: Curtis Lindsey, Nimeer Daood, Bob Moore, Roger Graham, Roger Logan, Don Eddy, Chuck Hardwick, Coach Siegferth. 58 f, ",,-'52 ,., ,Al BASEBALL LETTERMEN LAST ROW: Russ Marchand, Edgel Groves, Charles ootr, TENNIS LETTERMEN Covington, SECOND ROW: Elbridge Gaiters, manager, LAST ROW: Jim Lucas, Jerry Dearmitt- B111 Smith, Coach Malagio, Dan Baker. FIRST ROW: Phil Golf. FIRST ROW: Bill Stevens, George Pagano, Chuck Hardwick, Joe Rodgers. GarriSOn-,TenniS. S OFT BALL T EAM LAST ROW: Gary Moss, Eddie Dunmire, Terry Sullivan. SECOND ROW: Tommy Brown, Larry Woofter, Larry Alltop, Bruce Moore, Larry Stoner. FIRST ROW: Jim Carr, Elmore Banton, Skippy Bates, Geoffrey Ecker, Bob Byrnes, Coach Coberly. HC" CLUB THIRD LETTER CANDIDATES LAST ROW: Janice English, Norma Jean Robinson, Maridel Patton, Loretta Snyder, Pat Siernon. FIRST ROW: Betty Sartor, Loweeta Evans, Janet Wynn, Connie Hodges. 59 4 1 gi g Q, Y gg 'dj V ei- -Q' be , N T i H ,fffi to , if 'EY ' Q VX s ,, Q V 1 1 ta ,N If ' ni ,' I - s CHAMPIONSHIP VOLLEYBALL TEAM LAST ROW: Nona Sullivan, SECOND ROW: Brenda Taylor, Loweeta Evans, Anna Mae Peterson. FRONT ROW: Pat Johnson, Pat Siernon, Norma Jean Robinson, JAMES JONES LARRY DUDASI-I JERRY DEARMITT FORWARD GUARD FORWARD T BILL STEVENS--GUARD ED DAVIS--GUARD LAST ROW: J. Harris, C. Riley, G, Redman, T. Sullivan R. Turner C EIGHTH AND NINTI-I GRADE BASKETBALL SQUAD Gofofrh, L. Haffner. SECOND ROW: B. Byrnes, W. Lindsely, P. Foster: G H Gump, B. Turner, R. I-lagstrom, E. Whitecotton. FIRST ROW: T. Brow manager, B. Banton, L. Alltop, B. Moore, J. Johnson, S. Bates, C. Cook manager. GU RESERVE BASKETBALL SQUAD LAST ROW: B. Rinehart, J. Weirtz, W. Corbin, G. McCornbs, T. Cooper, J. Fancher, R. Logan, C. Cooley. FIRST ROW: G. Seabeck, R. Powers, D. Leonard, J. Redman, B. Moore, J. DeBenedictis, K. Warner, N. Daood, G. Garrison. BILL SPARKS CENTER i . HARDY CAREY GUARD ELIJAH CHATMAN FORWARD JERRY BISS GUARD CHARLES HARDW IC K GUARD PICTURED BELOW are Central s basketball coaches: Cecil Mancuso, assistant, Ted Dann, reserve, Joe Siegferth, varsity, Ed Kirkpatrick, freshmen. f r , i 3"..'7 'A r ,?,, Xwwf, , . , . , My - ' , H E me 1 , il L 1 , 2. 3' 'waiilfifd' r 'ga . , ' .v, ' 1' QQ. , , i n f W, I I K., ! L- is - A V 1 .,, L , ' + ,, Q uw E? 7 K ' ,:' X 1 1 - 5 3 i TOP LEFT: QBACK ROWQ: Jim Galit, Lynn Doyle. QFRONT ROWJ: Rosemary Sacy, Tom McLaughlin. Tom and Rosemary were "C" Teen King and Queen, Lynn was the crowner and Jim was her escort. TOP RIGHT: Freshie King and Queen: Skip Bates and Sandy Arnold. LEFT: Pal -o-gram Crowne: and Queen: Betty Sartor and Sharon Nelson GREETINGS T0 THE CLASS OF 1959! Graduates interested in career courses are invited to visit our school for information relative to courses in: Business Administration Accounting Secretarial Science Stenography The demand for well-trained office personnel is greater than the supply. Business and industry offer many fine opportunities today. HAM EL-ACTUAL BUSINESS COLLEGE East Market at High Street Telephone-POrtage 2-7491 2 WEEK! Congratulations, Champions! Principal Kenneth Moore accepts the city championship trophy from the 1958-1959 basketball team and Coach Joe Siegferth during the victory celebration February 16. Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central --63, Springfield--34 --54- St. Mary--40 --66, East- -46 --62- Garfield--38 - -75' Kent Roosevelt- -63 1 --72, Columbus East--57 --79, Hoban--42 --66- Kenmore--39 r --60- South- -48 Central--62 St. Vincent- -30 1 SEASON RECORD Central--66, North--36 Central--69, Hower--32 Central--64, Buchtel--46 CITY CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS Central--78, Kenmore--58 Central--63, Garfield--37 STATE SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Central--27, Garfield--15 Central--49, South--30 ON TO KENT DISTRICT TOURNAMENT FLAGPQLE "GARDEN LANES" DI-iye.in Resfauranfs HOME OF CENTRAIJS GIRLS' LEAGUE STQW-AKRON 264 E. Market Street Our quality is higher than our FR 06932 flag poles! Dick Behra, Mgr. Miss Pearl Drews Before we meet our last deadline, we, the Wildcat Staff, wish to pause to thank Miss Pearl Drews, our advisor, whose help, advice, diligent work, and invaluable assistance have made this yearbook possible. We feel a great indebtedness to you, our friend, advisor, and teacher, and we would like to say in all sincerity, thank you, Miss Drews. The Wildcat Staff of '59 15 If affix HUSTON-PUGH SPORTING GOODS COMPANY Highest Quality Athletic Equipment 101 S. Main St. BL 3-3106 Congratulations, Seniors Seat Covers Convertible Tops AKRON 514.95 fo 539.95 539.95 +5 5114.95 SEWING MACHINE COMPANY TRIM woRK a. CUSTOMIZING 818 E- Exchange Sf- FREE INSTALLATION! .IE 5-3128 No job is too big or too small 694 E. Market St. PO 2-0333 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Proprietors CHARLES R. VIOLETTE ADAMS FUNERAL HOME Authorized Agent Earl S. HoIIen L. A. Vaughan NATIONWIDE INSURANCE COMPANIES 791 E. Market St. Automobile - Trucks - Fire - Life JE 5-9186 Office FR 6-2106 817 E. Exchange St. Ever Good W- h t h S . f Res. SW 4.-3636 Akron 6, Ohm Y is 0 I e mms 0 1959 Congratulations Seniors ALEXANDER'S CENTRAL SERVICE STORE I 122 South College Street BUCKEYE CYCLE CO. Sporting Goods Gym Equipment Goodrich and Converse Basketball Shoes Finest Mill and Hi in Class Jackets and Sweaters Duffle Bags - Gym Suits gh Streets .IE 5-4158 LONG FUNERAL HOME 1936 1959 "Service Measured Not by Gold but by the Golden Rule" George D. Buffington Paul D. Scovell John C. Long 293 East Market Street .IE 5-8119 ARTCRAFT PRINTING CO. Printers gl Publishers - UNION SHOP - 31 West Market St. Akron, Ohio Phone Jefferson 5-1529 SULLY'S TOOL SHED We Rent Tools For All Types Of Work 655 East Exchange St. Akron 6, Ohio HE 4--0713 .V Congratulations, Seniors . 2 ' I Laffy, The Pants King DAVIS JEWELRY STORE Says Look SHARP in ' young menss wear 310 Akron Savlngs 81 Loan Bldg. . ,xt -tg A ' from EDWARD w. DAVIS EA A THE MODERN MEN'S SHOP h . ' 297 South Main Street Jewelry wah: Repmrmg Phone ,IE 5-5319 Congratulations, Seniors KESLER MYERS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 282 E. Exchange St. FR 6-0123 "When Tender Care Means Most" SKATING . . . AT ITS BEST 702 E. Marker Sr. JE 5-8128 ROLLERCADE 1615 E. Market Street ST 4-1911 Congratulations, Seniors SNOWFLAKE LAUNDRY 725 E. Exchange HE 4-5134 ETHEL'S BEAUTY SHOP BL 3-3993 769 Johnston Akron BL 3-9579 FLOWER NOOK FLORIST Flowers and Gifts For A11 Occasions 278 E. Exchange LUXOR CARPET COMPANY CARPETING 17 So. Cherry Street Akron 8, Ohio HE 4-4551 Permanent Waving Sz Hair Styling - Established 25 years ELZEY'S for Beauty 629 Johnston St. JE 5-9439 Best Wishes BERINGER PRINTING COMPANY DYNAMERICAN Alcron's Modern Drain Service Telephone Plaaza 3-7736 FLAMINGO BEAUTY SALON BL 3-8811 31 N. Summit St. Rm- 312 ROYAL CLEANERS 756 Johnston St. HE 4-9767 lSOLA'S Dry Cleaning 8- Pressing Repairing - Custom Tailoring LEONARD ISOLA 589 Upson Akron ZUPIC PHARMACY 380 E. Exchange PO 2-6316 Prescription Pharmacists Compliments of a FRIEND HERBERICH-MILLER AGENCY Insurance 180 S. High PO 2-8484 Lawson' s Products BOWMAN'S GROCERY Groceries and Meats 80 North Adams St.-FR 6-0074 JIM 8- JAY AUTO PARTS 240 E. Exchange Street Open 7 days a week PO 2-7273 Miss Alex's Homeroom Girls 758-764 Johnston St. -BL 3-2287 HUSTON'S 54-S1 STORE Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P. M. Daily BL 3-2733 4981i Grant St. Akron 11, Ohio STANDARD CLEANERS Qual ity Cleaners-Repairing Pick-Up and Delivery Service A Central Alumna A Central Booster A Friend from St. V. Mr. and Mrs. George Abood Mrs. Essie Adams Akers House of Glamor JoAnn Albright Miss Margaret Alexander Rose Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arbogast Joe Archual Miss Armstrong R. L. Arnett Gerry and Judy Atkinson Mary Atkinson Jim Bachmann Student Council Miss A. J. Baclawski Mr. and Mrs. William Balto Miss Maryann Barbuzza Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Barlow Adrian Bell Mr. and Mrs. William B. Elliott Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett Beringer Printing Co. Guy C. Berry Hank Bertsch Bob and Ruthy Bittinger Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. John Blakney T. Blasio Construction Co. Berniece Blickle Elaine Boles Donaid Terrie Basaenile Miss Annie Brooks Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Burke, Sr. Irene E. Burke Robert Burke William D. Burke Maureen C. Burns Margaret Cain Century Cleaners Dr. I. S. Chapman Student Council Mr. and Mrs. John Chapelo Mary Chapelo Lora Cheatwood Mr. Dick Clark fBandstandj Mr. and Mrs. Clausen Mr. Coberly D. P. Conti Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs P. G. Cooper . E. L. Cork, Jr Mrs. W. H. Corrin John Cotter Mrs. P. Crabtree Bob Creswell Bill cfisup Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs E. C. Crislip L. Critchfield Wm. Csonka Cuckler J. D. Cutlip Wesley Dahl CCNGRATLILATIGNS Mary Dankanich Student Council Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dann Hundha Daood Davidson Grocery Edward W. Davis, Jr. Mrs. Marie Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dearmitt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dick Pearl Drews Whitey Drummond Wes Dobbins Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Mr. and Mrs. James Dooley Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Doyle Mr. William Duckworth Clark P. Duffey Tom Dugan Mrs. Viola Dundon Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dzatko F. J. Eckerman Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Elzey Mr. and Mrs. K. L. English Mr. and Mrs. James Evans Thelma Evans Charles Feltner D. A. Felver Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Fletcher Pam and Jeff Flory Flower Nook Florist Mrs. E. Foster Wes and Marilyn Foster Carl F. Fowls Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Fuhrman Mrs. Rose Galvan Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Garn Barbara Garrison Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Garrison Andy Gault Gene's Cafe Jeri and Judi George Bruce A. Gill Edward L. Gill Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gill Barbara Gorslin Mrs. Mildred Gump Dorothy and Hank Haas Hackim Grocery Store Edward J. Hagopian Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagstrom Carrie Haines Alton P. Haller Evelyn Hardwick Joseph F. Hardwick The Hardy Family Mr. A. Harmata Mrs. R. H. Harper Mr. R. H. Harper Wally Harper Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harris Coleman Harris Mrs. Edna Hart 68 Mrs. Lucille Haucke Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hayward Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hayward Ronald Hayward Heirn Landscape Service Dr. W. L. Hieber Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hightower Mrs. Russell Hine Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hisgen Mrs. Jack Hodges Mr. Edgar J. Hoffman Mrs. Lucy Hoffman Priscilla Holland Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hughes Tom Hughes Mrs. William Hughes Florence Hull Huston's 5C to Sl Store Mr. Gilbert L. Hyde Mrs. H, lgleheart Leonard J. Isola J 8zM Auto Truck Service Jack Lord, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dohme Jenkins Mr. A. Johnson The C. Arnold Johnson Family Danny Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson Jim Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson Miss Mary Ellen Johnson Thomas S. Johnson Jim Jones Mr. and Mrs. Don Keen Joe Kelly J. Kavelaris Kelly's Patent Medicine Kenmore Isaly's Barbara Kesler Mr. and Mrs. Linda Kocsis M. H. Kesler Miss Althea Krohmer Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krohmer Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Latona Don Leach Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lille J. G. Krohmer C. R. Laser Fred J. Lee Rayniond S. Letzler Whitey Lewis e Lois and Joan Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Long Dick Lott Mrs. Darl Lovern Mr. and Mrs. Dwight M. Lucas Andy Lytle Mr. Fred Maddox Ruth Magaw Phil Mahone MI. .and Mrs. R. G. Mahone Majorettes Charles Mannchio ENICRS Mrs. Maple Sam Marino R. S. Mathias Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Matthews Jay Maust Mr. and Mrs. McCardle Edward McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Pat McEven Claudia McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKee Coach Joe McMullen, Akron U, Mrs. McMann Mrs. John McNeil Me1lott's Cleaners Rosanna Me sks Nanc Mettler Bob Perry Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Perry Judy Perry Mr, Neil Perry MI. and Mrs. C. A. Peterson Patty Lou Peterson John Poland Esther Radcliffe Donna Ray Earl Rectenwald Mr. and Mrs. Reinz Jeannette Richardson Karen Richardson Clarence Rife Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rife Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Ripplinger Mr. Mrs. Y and Mrs. George H. Mihaly Mary Mihaly Mrs. Arie Joe Miller Mrs. Lawrence G. Miller Rev. Lawrence G. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moledor Jack Mollard Kenneth Moore Donald C . Ritchey Mr . and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Room 202 Rose H. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritchey Charles Robenalt C. W. Robinson W. P. Roe Jim D. Arthur Rudgers Nelle Moore Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Moucha Guy Orr Mount Ill Mike Mudurian Muriel Kelleher Dance Studio G. Myers Pharmacy Nellie 's Beauty Shop Mr. and Mrs. M. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nelson William Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I-lormington Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Nou.rse Mr. and Mrs. James Orms Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'Toole Mr. J. G. Pappas Frank Paradise Mr. Ed Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Patsy Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Patton Mrs. Eva Pegg Helen J. Penn Mr. and Mrs. George Perch Mr. and Mrs. James Perch Ruth Ruffing Mrs. Elizabeth M. Rusch Mr. and Mrs. C. Russell Mr. and Mrs. George Sacy Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Sartor Miss Lola Jane Sayre Mrs. Scaife Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Schneider The Schwenning Family Michael Sczerba Senior Boys in 217 Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shaffer, Jr. James V. Shaw Miss Pat Shepherd Bill Shupe Mr. Siernon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simpson Joe Slade's Grocery Mr. and Mrs. S. Slaughter Mr. and Mrs. Slocum Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith Miss Janet Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. Smith Mrs. W. R. Smith Mr. W. R. Smith Winifred J, Smith Spicer Barber Shop Standard Cleaners Miss Barbara Stark Mr. and Mrs. Stiles Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Stone, Sr Eddie Struble Student Council Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor Mrs. Thomas Mrs. O. B. Tibbs Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tobias Mrs. Blanche Tracy Calvin Tritt Dick Troup Rosalie Troup Uhl Construction Co. The Van Hornes Juanita Vaughn Mrs. Mary Walker Mr. and Mrs. David Wallis Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Watson Connie Whitaker Robert L. White R. L. Wiles Family Ray Wiley Lottie Wilkinson Willard Dry Cleaners Miss Florence Williams Harold Wintrow Mrs. Esther Wisner Mary Wittek Helen E. Wynn Zetzer's Sparkle Market Student Cotmcil ...iv . M l 69 r 1 4. If A e YL-k IU' .251 of I'- lzi At, Q , 4 I 'l Q 1 f - PQRTRAIT 4-9M S. 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