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Page 46 text:
Real Cool Reel Crew
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FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Ken-
dall, C. Broadus, E. Seeger, S.
Nelk, P. Hammond. SECOND ROW:
I.. Linton, B. Deist, C. Green, B.
Lane, D. Taylor, C. Sheets. THIRD
ROW: M. Young, F. Ott, J. Mayle,
P. Patterson, B. Dale, Mr. Stegmiller.
FOURTH ROW: W. Kilgore, L. Mc-
Glone, N. Hackney, D. Brown, C.
Turner, C. Hopkins.
"One, two, three, four, where's four?" This can be heard at the beginning of
the lunch periods every day.
No, it isn't someone counting the peas on his plate, it is Mr. Stegmiller calling
the role of his noon movie and stage crew.
From selling and taking tickets to a post in the balcony, the boys and girls
help make lunch time at Central, "leisure time."
A Path "Beet-en " To Their Line
FIRST ROW, left to right:
Miss Dakin, B. Allis, C.
Baldeser, M. Bickham, M.
Perry. SECOND ROW: M.
Abbington, S. Powers, D.
Johnston, P. Scofield, R.
Hairston, I. Hogg, E.
Ellison, S. Mangold, D. -,
Vore, P. Stevens. THIRD l
ROW: E. Burgess, R.
Bonar, L. Johnston, V.
Patete, S. Gibson, G.
Littleton, J. Pertee, B.
Smith, A. Lewis, B. Ben-
son. FOURTH ROW: L.
Huber, L. James, D.
Swartwood, A. Sibley, G.
Farmer, J. Cubbage, L.
Goolsby, A. Adams, J.
Sutton, P. Hogg. FIFTH
ROW: N. Weaver, S.
Beck, P. Ogilvie, M. Kin-
ser, F. Shipley, I. Will-
iams, K. Queen, H.
Grigsby, D. Agriesti, N.
With old Ma Central feeding a family of 1400, the cafeteria must have help.
For twenty minutes everyday the cafeteria helpers work at serving food, washing dishes
Miss Dakin is in charge of the group.
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Doubloon Q, 71? " 4
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rmsr Row, len to right: D. Brown, B. Her- ' '
mann, editor-in-chief, J. Bally. SECOND
ROW: M. Deon, N. Bastion, N. Roscoe, S.
DeCarlo, R. Limotta, C. Wooster, L. Brown-
ing. THlRD ROW: M. Young, R. Lynch, M.
Downing, M. Wills, B. Pierce, P. Long, M,
Foster. FOURTH ROW: B. Collins, M. Golds-
berry, P. Winters, S. Sherrod, J. Stewart,
S. Kaehele, Miss Paul.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr.
Reed, P. Winters, manager.
SECOND ROW: M. Iler, W.
Howard, B. Fields, P. Mer-
cier, M. Notestone, N. How-
ard, R. Mehrle. THIRD ROW:
E. Postle, R. Holderman, M.
Dean, A. Harness, B. He-
witt, S. Francis, A. Kendrick,
FOURTH ROW: D. Brown, D.
Sowers, M. Baker, P. Jordon,
D. Waybright, E. Fleming, C.
Durban, S. Parks.
Divided We Write-
FIRST ROW, left to right: B.
Collins, D. Brown, Photog.,
N. Roscoe, editor-in-chief,
J. Bally, R. Limotto, M. Down-
ing. SECOND ROW: M.
Young, N. Bastion, S. Sher-
rod, S. DeCarlo, R. Lynch, S.
Kaehele. THIRD ROW: M.
Dean, J. Stewart, B. Her-
mann, Miss Paul.
United We Publish
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Decide what is news, assign reporters to bring in the news, make page plans,
paste up galleys, proof read and distribute the finished paper are a few of the
things that keep a newspaper office hopping with action. The name of Central's
newspaper is the Outlook and students have been reading the "pirate paper" ever
since Central began.
The Doubloon is in its third year although there was a yearbook called Cokato
The future world of the pen and ink may receive writers who have first experi-
enced literary life here at Central. Miss Paul is faculty advisor for both DOUBLOON
and OUTLOOK. The Ad Staff is responsible for thefadvertisements in the OUTLOOK
and DOUBLOON. Selling ads and keeping the records straight are a very important
part of the ink and press world. Mr. Read is faculty advisor for the Ad Staff.
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The "Babe llidriclesonsn 01' Central
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IIFIRST ROW, left to right: S.
llwShook, soph. rep.: B. Cordell, ir.
lrep.: B. Hewitt, sr. rep.: Mrs.
llmacmsllan. sEcoNo Row. M.
ISwisher, K. Fields, S. White, M.
niCastiIe, A. Key, G. Crooks, P.
llClork, P. Hammond, E. Johnson,
B. Fields, D. Vore. THIRD ROW:
TIM. Mehrle, R. Mehrle, J. Sharp,
fJ. Downs, P. McGrothers, D.
lllkussell, A. Swanson, M. Milner,
HM. Donathan, H. Stricklin.
IYIFOURTH ROW: A. Morton, G.
"lFarmer, J. Finley, P. Taylor, M.
I! Howie, J. Rife, J. Bondurant, M.
q'Howie, J. Conley, V. Lofton.
'FIFTH ROW: R. Bayes, B. Cal-
endine, F. Allgood, M. Chever,
IB. Vawter, S. Reynolds, J. Per-
-tee, B. Harrington, G. Jones,
FIRST ROW, left to right: C.
Wooster, S. Mangold, R. Lusch,
D. Holton, M. Burns, L. Brown-
ing. SECOND ROW: M. Moffett,
IR. Limotta, B. Pierce, J. Rans-
burgh, L. McFadden, B. Twigg,
N. Davis, H. Ganshaw, B.
Swetland, M. Young. THIRD
'ROW: M. Vore, S. Mauldin, M.
Anderson, M. McKibben, S.
Shortridge, S. Church, C. Blake-
ly, B. Teagardner, B. Smith, M.
Wills. FOURTH ROW: J. Lusig-
nola, S. Guthrie, J. Sutton, D.
Taylor, N. Collins, N. Gookin, J.
Gates, J. Davis, R. Rittgers, E.
Weikert. FIFTH ROW: M. Kiser,
M. Perry, D. Hipsher, L. Will-
ioms, S. Beck, J. Tubaugh, K.
Austin, P. Kearney, C. Chapman.
G. A. A.
Collins, pres.: M. Groves, v.
pres.: F. Armstead, sec.: B.
FIRST ROW, lett to right: B
Whittington, treas.: Miss Ellis
SECOND ROW: P. Scofield, F
Gann, N. Kuhn, S. Nelk, L. Hu-
ber, A. Kendrick, D. Thompson
S. Hite, I. Krumm, S. DeCarlo
THIRD ROW: B. Hoodlel, M
Hall, L. Schoenberger, S. Decker
J. Barger, S. Davis, J. Swear
inger, N. Roscoe, S. Bayes
FOURTH ROW: V. Neil, S. Will-
iams, M. Delouder, A. Harness
D. Brown, E. Fleming, N. Dagon
N. Grimm. FIFTH ROW: M
Haney, M. McCabe, D. Reynolds
C. Lester, M. Foster, J. Stewart
S. Mollenkamp, N. Hairston, P
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The G.A.A. has been here ever since Central began, way back in l925. It was
active until l947 when it slowly faded away until the spring of 1953 when Miss Ellis
and Mrs. MacMillan along with the help of Miss Griffith reorganized the association.
The Graceful Agile Athletes, otherwise known as the Girls Athletic Association,
meet the first Tuesday of the month.
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