Central Catholic High School - Centripetal Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

 - Class of 1963

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Math Club The Math Club consists of junior and senior math stu¬ dents. Every two weeks, under the guidance of Sister Mary Teresita, O. S. F., the club meets to study those phases of math which are not covered in the classroom. At meetings, members rotate, each taking over the meeting for that week. This provides variety and keeps all active. Besides the interesting meetings, the members also have outside activities. Club members take part in various math contests sponsored throughout the year. B. Glowski, S. Bond, J. Lewandowski, D. Skrzyniecki, P. Orosz. YCS At Central, the aim of the YCS is to serve, in the persons of one’s fellow students, the needs of Christ. YCS mem¬ bers, at the cost of personal effort and sacrifice, endeavor to promote whatever will effect a happier and successful student life. Under the direction of Father Thomas Redding, this organization sponsored the annual ‘Retreat Pamphlet Library Service’ and partici¬ pated in the national and regional study weeks spon¬ sored by the YCS. JCWA The Junior Council on World Affairs, which this year has about 140 registered mem¬ bers meeting under the direc¬ tion of Sister Mary of Mercy, R.S.M., promotes interest in history and world affairs. Besides sponsoring the an¬ nual trip to Washington, D. C. and New York City for the senior members, the council also takes part in a Quiz Bowl in which the J.C.W.A. of vari¬ ous high schools in and around Toledo participate. A. Smith, P. Warchol, B. Nowicki, M. Zimkowski. Seated: S. Schings. Standing: A. Valencic, R. Bass, D. Dowling, D. Mioduszewski. Page 124

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Third period journalism trying to impress the cameraman with their studious preparation of their issue of the Centric. third and fourth page editors, staff writers, business staffs, proof readers and typists. The students are taught the fundamentals of journalism and they study the professional ethics of a journalist. The classes alternate in editing the fourteen issues of the paper. At the Senior Breakfast gold and silver monograms are given to those who have done outstanding work. Every year the junior class is given a chance to become editors of the Centric by publishing the Easter edition. Page 123



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Camera Club Knowledge of the camera is the basic function or prin¬ ciple of the Camera Club. Under the direction of Sister Mary Lucilla, R. S. M., the members learn the latest ideas in developing and processing. Much work is done in this class for entrance in the photo¬ graphic contests. Besides these activities, the club conducts an annual field trip which gives all the shut- terbugs a chance to test their skill as photographers as well as processors. M. Poes, J. Pluto, J. Kwiatkowski, F. Kiss. Radio Club The Central Catholic Ham Club, now in its eleventh year of existence, is helping mem¬ bers to secure amateur licenses by providing courses in code and theory. Members also learn how to build their own equipment. Its 20 members, through station W8QVJ, lo¬ cated in the basement of the Music Building, have con¬ tacted “hams” in distant parts of the country. The club is under the direction of Sr. M. Teresita, O.S.F. W. Kerscher, R. Homier, D. Kolodziesczyk, D. Brack. Neptune Divers The Neptune Divers Club is the only high school skin- diving club in the area. The club participates in aquatic activities and has for its aim the mutual enjoyment of skin- diving, the promotion of pub¬ lic education and interest in skin-diving, and interest in aquatic safety and conserva¬ tion of aquatic resources. R. Zeman, D. Skrzyniecki, C. Trabbic, D. Agosti Page 125

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