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Page 17 text:
First rowg Miss Edith Curtiss, Miss Mary White, Miss Bessie M. Huff
Miss Emily Hunter, Mr. B. L. Wertz. Second row: Miss Winifred Weaver,
Miss Pauline Coll, Mr. L. F. Stewart. Third row: Miss Margaret King, Miss
Merry Berry, Miss Mary Clyde Walker, Miss Heloise Smartt. Fourth row:
Miss Ethel Henson, Miss Elizabeth Bonnell, Miss Goldie Lemon. Fifth row:
Miss Elizabeth Little, Miss Bernice Tomlinson, Miss Josephine McCool.
Sixth row: Mrs. O. T. Gilbertson, Miss Eunice Newman, and Miss Charlotte
Kennedy. Seventh row: Miss Mary Huffaker. Eighth row: Miss Bonna
Miller, Miss Adelaide Thain.
Principal L. M. Speaker has a pri-
mary interest in the welfare of Central
High School's students. Mr. Speaker
is chairman of the faculty
First row: Mr. L. M. Speaker. Second row: Mr. Richard Carter,
Mr. H. A. Paden Third row: Mr. D. L. Barrick, Mr. Holland Meacham.
Fourth rowt Miss Parthenia Gregory, Mr. Howard Smith, Mr. Jerry
Sullivan. Fifth row: Miss Ann Hunter, Miss Faith Way, Mr. Gordon Smith,
Mr. L. E. Worley. Sixth row: Miss Della Sherman, Mr. Ira G. Clark, Mr.
Kenneth R. Burchard, Mr. Sherman Lees, Mr. R. D. Rutherford. Seventh
row: Miss Kate Frank, Mrs. M. C. Watson, Mrs. T. H. Moore, Mr. M.
A. Roberts. Eighth row: Mrs. Frank Hellams, Miss Hassie Evatt, Miss Nana
Ferguson, Miss Lutie Mae Hoffman, Miss Corinne Chesnutt, Mr. Vernon
Mullen, Mr. G. T. McKinney, Mr. J, T. Huckstep.
Meet in Room 205
ln addition to teaching the students
of Central necessary subect matter, Cen-
tral's 67 teachers inculcate the highest
ideals in the minds and hearts of their
To discuss the problems of adminis-
tration and teaching the teachers hold
their weekly meetings every Tuesday af-
ternoon in room 205. After these ses-
sions, the teachers go to the meetings
of their respective departments where
they further discuss the current school
The teachers hold a total of 65 degrees
from universities near and far. The far-
thest east of these schools is Cornell and
Southern California is the forthest west.
One teacher has even gone out of the
country to the University ot Mexico.
Generally, however, the teachers at-
tended schools close to home. Central
can well be proud of this splendid group
who are in charge at the destinies of the
Page 16 text:
Important Stops . . . 201 . . . Debate Class
First row, left to right: Helen Smith, Jane Smith, and
Gloria Hooker. Second row, left to right: Wallace Bohanon,
Hoy Bohanon, Dale Cavanagh, Morris Flournoy, Robert Davis,
J. B. Farrell, and C. Lee Andress. Third row, left to right:
George Kamsey, George Pierson, Billy Davidson, Newman
Curl, Louis Ash, Bill McLean, Dale Patrick, Ed Buddrus and
Below-Bill McLean, Robert Davisg Coach B. L. Wertzg David Ralph and Ed Buddrus.
Page 18 text:
Boys' Glee Club
First Row: Billy Phillips, Eugene Ma-
han, Frank Mayne. Second Row: George
Ramsey, Claude Harris, James Sampson.
First Row: J. B. Farrell, Hobart Carter,
Wayne Graves, Larry Bishop. Second
Row: Harley Griffin, Richard Cope, Robert
Davis. Third Row: Glenn Smith, Robert
Driskell, Arthur Brown, Joe Slaight.
First Row: William Kaad, Jerry Jobe,
Richard Murray, Warren Riley, Norris
Griffith. Second Row: Phil Hawkins, Har-
old Dooley, Glen Haston, David Pogue.
Third Row: Bob Robbins, Harlyn Tread-
well, Orville Milbourn, Bobby Sampson.
First Row: Kendall Barger, E. L. Har-
buck, George Craig, Robert Noble. Sec-
ond Row: Don Williamson, Morris Flour-
noy, Ross Hicks, Thomas Reece, J. L.
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