Centerville Senior High School - Mortonian Yearbook (Centerville, IN)

 - Class of 1952

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ILL We, the Senior Class of '52, having sound minds, bodies, and a bottle of spirits, and fearing that our spirits may soon be broken: do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. As a class, we bequeath the following: For the Faculty ----- WE LEAVE. To the Juniors---We leave our seats by the windows, the gum deposited under them, our dirty yellow cords, and our superior ranking in the school. To the Sophomores---We leave our most efficient brooms and muscles, to be used by their clean-up committees. To the Freshmen---Since the above was all we posessed, we leave only aixpe that they, too, will someday gain the dignity, poise, and prestige that goes with being a Senior. Our singular selves bequeath the followirg treasured belongings, to be divulged among our fortunate survivors in event of our passage into the cruel world---To put it bluntly YOU CANHAVE THE JUNK WHEN WE GET OUR DIPLOJLS V f , Q haf? , fl Col f fm 5 Q LM ,f HIDXI YLL X59 Bob Blue, will my way with the women to Walter Etzel Dorothy Bowles, will my ex boyfriends from Richmond to Nancy winters, who do esn't want them, and my ambition to my brothen Ralph Christina Chance, will my love for chool to Jxnet Pippin Tom Fckenrode, will my lightning speed to Dale Temple, and my shortstop abil ity to John Schultz Barbara Evans will my willingness to go steady for 4 ye rs to Phyllis Burris Duane Gunn, will my unwanted nickname to a more capable predecessor, Jim Cihlar Joe Hatfield, will my team in gym class tc Bill Burris and God bless youl Betty Mabry, will a semester of Civics to anyone who 1sn't luckv enough to get out of taking it Iris Miller, will my love for Chevrolets to Carol Park who loves only Fords Thurleen Miller, will my gift of gab to Mary Mustin Vern Knipp, will all my points and fouls in noon league to Jim Reed Joan Parrish will my long hair to any needy 'poodle' ! Iris Resh, will my 4 years of cheerleading to my sister, Mary Ann, and my trusty toothbrush Jim Shawhan, to WDoc's' Health Class will my plymouth to Bill Burris Bill Smith, will my yell leading position to Alan Kempton Julia Winters Dick Stevens, Carrol Study, Clyde Morris, Leroy Taylor, Egils Purina, but don't take all will my red hair to Phyllis Burris will my office in the Senior Class to Clyde Morris will my extra pounds to Alice Cook will my left handed basketball shot to Bob Blue will my curls to anyone who wants them will some of my ways of playing ping pong to Ronnie Harris, of them, or you will be a loser I, Claude Hunt, will the busted manifold on my Pontiac to Loren Hamilton for his Plymouth It runs too quietly I, Carl Orsborne, will my Agriculture classes to any 'happy' Junior. I, Joan Meeks, will my part in the Senior Play to anyone willing to put grease in THEIR hair. Dan 1 t I HB 1 ?' gil? gin vgggfvT1wilgym3g?oJg egggegfulrrfhn filled veare in hirh school to mv sister P lena, who I he e will eoorec11+e +V m a much 8 I In e Having solemnly declared this to be absolutely our LAST will and testament, we herebv appoint Mr Outland and Mrs Hamilton executors- Witnessed and signatures attached this twenty nineth day of February. in the Year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Fifty Two feigned! di Qf2C6'l7Cal7l superintendent feigned! Priuoip feigned! X V' My ' 4 Editor-in Chief I3 1 Y H IUL . If o I, - , Il S AZ o 1, - - A , I, Q f , . Q , 5, 9 ' . 1, , ' 8 O I, , 0 I, . , T, . I! e I, - 1, . 1, - , I, , . I, ' I, - 1, - - In ' I, - O .....- , ' ' r A V ' ' V , - ng Q .1 0 V M 4' VV , D I fr, 'J - .. c AV. L . .- . ,- O . . . I 0 " pf, f- r ff. ' X . VZ!! fepi- - ,Z ,gg ,I-L - , ,gyfl fs',K,a,,,g, 4 .1

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CLASS HISTORY By MARY ANN MCNAHY A DATE WITH '52 KBETTER KNOWN AS THE SENIOR CLASS HISTORY, Production Manager Director Stage Hands Time Place Plot ACT 1 Mr Lee Outland Mrs Rose Hamilton The Faculty Four Fun Filled Years 1948-52 The Hallowed Halls of C H S A osycologlcal drama oortraying the mental and emotional g onth of 55 bewildered Freshmen through the stages of green beanies to yellow cords We, the graduating class of 1952, entered our Freshman year with high enthusiasm There were 35 of us on the class roll David Best Bob Blue Dorothy Bo les Jerry Brookbank John Bryan Tommy Pckenroke Barbara Evans Buster Evans Harry Fulton Duane Gunn Joe Hatfield Russel Hildebrand Claude Hunt Eddie Jones Pauline Kellams Vern Kniop Mona Lee Lemmons Bill McDaniel Mary Ann McNary JoAnn Meeks Thurleen Hiller Clyde Morris Carl Orsborne Joan Parrish Iris Hesh Donna Rldenour Joe Rosser Nancy Ryan Jim Shawhan Bill Smith Dick Stevens Carrol Study LeRoy Taylor Julia Winters Joan Wrigley Determined to make our mark in the annals of CHS history we set about electing our officers Those chosen were President Joan Wrigley, Vice President Bill Smith Sect JonaBLemEons, Treasurer Joan Parrish Our sponsers were Miss Kimmel, Miss McConaha, Q wr roo s During the year we enjoyed such social events as a hayrlde party at Claude Hunt's and a Christmas party at which we exchanged gifts Our first high school dance was the 'Freshman Fantasy? a Valentine Dance At this dance we inaugurated the idea of crowning a king and queen ACT 11 When we became Sophomores we began to feel a little less obscure Uoon enrolling we found that we had lost 4 members Joan Wrigley, Donna Ridenour, Pauline Kellams, 8 Jerry Brookbank Buster Evans also left us early in the year Iris Miller, Betty Mabry, and Paul White came along to take their places Our sponsers were Miss Kimmel and Mr Brooks Our officers were President Mary Ann McNary, Vice President Dick Stevens Sect Julia Winters, Treasurer Joan Parrish Reporter Iris Resh Our first party was again a hayrlde We crowned a king Q queen at our Valent1ne's dance for a second time This and our 'Sophomore Shlndigu were both colossal successes ACT 111 When we became Juniors we realized that a great task lay before us that of mak ing enough money to finance the needs of a Senior class Thus our Junior year really began in the little concession stand at the ball diamonds early in the summer of 1950 Starting back for our tnird year in high school we regretted that some of the fam lliar faces were missing Harry Fulton, Paul White, Mona Lemmons and Russel Hllder brand quit school John Bryan lAfter hearing Mr Brooks say 'Go west young man'b got his directions mixed, and wanting to go to the Devllfsl anyway, transferred to a school in our eastern suburbs Egils Purlns came to us from Latvia and with his outstanding ping pong playing made a distinction for our class PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 5 2 THE BEST IB YET TO couE1'111u I2 1 Y ' A' ooooonosccoooooo o QIOIIIICOOUO Ollik U ooooocoo annul coooooooc sooo "- """'- UU" DIOO ' c o 0 coco coco A 7' g T! c C . W U r 4.4 . A-I E A A . : - v 1. - - I .- F - - . v. 3 0 o . . - O c ' l "" v , c v " o , 1 a o : - ' - : -- . - : ,, . . o 0 'V u o . ul I A 3 O I ' f 0 ' , o 4

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DOROTHY BOWLES and BILL MCDANIEL As ml rocket came to rest on the landing platform at Centerville Airdrome, I thought of my old days at C H s nlle I had s fem minutes to wait for my crew to re fuela I decided to walk uptown to see if it had changed ir t e 40 years I had beer ava The change was remarkabley ',j7 ",," The new modeln buildings and escalator sioewalksk fx. 1' !ZjD marked it as a nuge xetrooolis One of the outstanding 62- A landmarks vas the Logan Building headquarters for Logan ,422 AS I evolved frol the revolving door, and draped my b 'MYZD lanky frame over a stool at the counter, I noticed a dis tinguisled looking eloerlv lad sterlrg at me As I del X- ved into the deep, dark, chasms of mv hollow cranlum I N-v recalled a talkative runt from the Class of '52 Ahllll ,uf time, for ve both started flapping our lips at the same time Wasn't that just like her always talking at the same time I wanted tog After the greetings and selutetions were over, I a sked her what she had been doing the past 40 years I snould have hnovm better what she yapped about for the next 7 hours 165 minutes is here put briefly After graduation, she attended the Purdue School of PHRTMSCY, then found the one nan in the world with whom she could argue day and night without get ting mad so she married him This was Keith Logan In the time she has left after helping manage the company and caring for her 26 kids fYes, she raises goatsJShe promotes a Truman for President campaign,Margaret, tnat 1 Drug Industrie , Inc Q BOB BLUE owns and operates a chain of T V and radio networks over which he broadcasts daily sports programs The former heavyweight matman retired after he broke his toenail in a fight with the Great Togo Fe married the nurse who attended him in his ensuing illness, and they now have 8 ch1ldren,6 cats, and a canaryfoops one of tne cats just swallowed it! He writes best sellers in his spare time CHRISTINA CHANCE is now head librarian at the Hamilton Libraries She accepted this position after she finished her last world tour, during which she sang for tne Queen of England Her lyric soprano voice has been laudedas even greater than Jenny L1nd's TOM ECKVNRODE, who scored nome runs in each of the last 25 World Series, to lead the Giants to victory over tne Yanks retired last spring to become a concert pianist His daughter, Margaret, does the vocals BARBARA EVANS became the blushing bride of Duke Collins and tneynow have a dancing school in Abington, where they teach tne HCharlestonN During vacations, they and their 7 children tour the mounta1ns,teach1ng square danc ing to the hill billies DUANE GUNN attended Butler University, and later coached for many years at C H S During this time, only one of his teams has failed to capture the State Championship This was a 1 point loss to Richmond, when in the last 2 seconds of the game, a double technical was called on him for sticking his tongue out at R1chmond's coach, J1mfABJPeters After this, he succeeded his father in law, Nolan Hyre as Centerv1lle's leading T.V. and outboard motor salesman. JOE HATFIELD became assistant to W. R. Hines, Professor of Civics at Centerville University. He is still spry at 62, and is HOW touring ghe Wigld on a motorbike collecting facts on Civics for a book which he Pl3nB 0 WT e Fourth Period Civics, and How to Escape It' CLAUDE HUNT and LEROY TAYLOR went on tour for several years doing a Lion and Mouse act in the vaudeville circuit, then opened a gymnasium. Cligdefdo es manicuring and massaging, while Leroy teaches Weight lifting, Bndl 9 538 art of self defense with a short sword. He is married to Tiny Littfegla lf lb. woman wrestler. Claude spends his spare time pasting Pictures 0 mee' in a scrapbook. They are the ones A1 Caop drew of him when he posed for L1 1 Abner Comics. CARROL STUDY succeeded Miss Glunt as the Home Ec. teacher at C?H.S.Egg- though she has had many prooosals,she has been so busy bekins P193 OP - I4 coaches and principals that she had not had time to get married- I I I V by 1- -I ' A v Q ' I Q - W7 Q ' ' ' ,. AQ DOROTHY BOWTES. She must have recognized me at the same X - .1 . J , .' 7 1 , . . . . A , A A A W ' S. . , A , ,

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