Fulton High School - Scrapper Yearbook (Fulton, KY)
- Class of 1947
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A photo album is always a source
of interest to all, so will your 1947
Paean be a treasured album of good
times, swell kids and fine teachers . . .
To our dear friend and guide, to
whom we, the class of '47 give a
note of thanks for showing us the
right road. Mary lane Hornback.
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Elected by the people to administer
the business of the schools, including
the spending ot money, school improve-
ments, and repairs, selecting teaching
methods and instructors, is the School
Board consisting of seven members.
They are the president, vice-president,
secretary, treasurer, and three trustees.
Doctor Virgil M. Rogers has spent the
last twenty-five years as a teacher in
elementary, junior and senior high schools:
as principal ot junior and senior high
schools and as superintendent ol schools.
Dr. Rogers received his B.A. degree from
Wolford College. The Master's Degree in
Educational Administration was awarded
at Western State College ot Colorado. He
received his Doctor's degree in Education
at Teacher's College, Columbia University.
He is a member of the graduate educa-
tional fraternity, Phi Delta Kappa. His
college work was interrupted when he ene
listed in the Field Artillery during World
War I. After the war period he completed
his degree and went West.
Two years ago Doctor Rogers leit the
position of Superintendent ot the River For-
rest, lllinois public schools to come to Bat-
tle Creek ond take over the position of
Superintendent of schools.
Superintendent Rogers is an active mem-
ber of many associations and clubs. Among
these are the American Association of
School Administrators, the National Edu-
cational Association, the American Legion,
The Rotary Club and others.
Dr. Rogers has served as guest faculty
at several large universities.
We have enjoyed the guidance Dr.
Rogers has given us and sincerely hope
he will continue on in future years.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mrs. George N. Cannon. Secretory: Robert F. Brevitz, Treasurer: Boyd H
Redner: Raymond B. Roof, President: Samuel G. Gorsline, Vice-President
Edwin L. Harding: Wendell E. Doty.
Although Mr. Halverson has been prin-
cipal in the public schools, he is new to
us in the High School this year. Those
who have come in contact with him have
found him to be an experienced, and
sympathetic friend and worthy advisor.
His congenial manner and democratic way
has not only helped the faculty. but has
helped the student's interest in school par-
ticipation. His patient understanding and
guiding interest will give us reason to
look back in future years.
Ruth C. Penty. M.A. Iohn W. Postma, M.A.
Dean of Girls Dean oi Boys' and Veterans' Counselor
ln her work as Dean of Girls, Ruth
Penty, has helped students solve their
problem, giving sympathetic and help-
ful counsel in a spirit which evidences
her genuine interest in young people.
She is Faculty Advisor oi the Student
Council, in which she helps the mem-
bers to solve the problems oi the school
and helps to guide them in planning
activities for the benefit of the student.
She is also Advisor of the Daughters
of Liberty, in which every girl oi the
school is a member.
IOHN W. POSTMA
In his work as Dean of Boys. Iohn
W. Postma has done a remarkable job
in guiding and directing the students of
Battle Creek Central.
He is the Advisor for the returned
veterans, who have come back to iinish
high school or prepare for college.
He is the Advisor of the Commence.
ment Program. in which he has served
as a very worthy advisor.
MR. PELTO'S GENERAL SHOP
W. M. Alexander, Ph.D. Milton F. Ellison, lVl.A.
Director of Curriculum Coordinator of Business
and Guidance EduCUii0I1
Robert S. Hale. B.S. Linus W. Heydon. M.A.
Supi. of lI1CiUSiIiCil Printing. Director of
ECl11CCIiiO1'1 Adult Education
Oscar E. Powers. MA. Paul Tqmmi, M.A.
History. AiieI1dOlHC9 Director of Music.
Director Band, Orchestra
Margaret A. Fesing, M.A. K, C, Chapman, B,S,
Senior Counselor Senior Counselor
Helen Houvener, M.A. Frances McCowen, M.A.
Iunior Counselor Iunior Counselor
Othu E. McCracken, M.A. C. Van Andel. M.A.
Sophomore Counselor Sophomore Counselor
MISS FESING AND MR. CHAPMAN IN C-6
MISS BURKE IN ACTION IN C-14
V. Marie Allwardt. B.5.
A. W. Anderson, B.S.
Iames Aselline. B.A.E.
Rulh Athey, B.A.
Mary lane Bahlmann. A.B.
Henry W. Baker. A.B.
Tressa Banks. M.A.
Iacqueline Barret. B.S.
Evelyn E. Burke. M.A
Madge Burnham. M.A.
Mertace Canan, M.A.
G. E. Carlson. B.E.
Harlan A. Colburn, B.S.
Edna M. Cook, M.A.
Margaret Ederle, B.S.
Iulia Fries, M.A.
Clifford H. Gettings. M.A.
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Earle W. Gibbs. A.B.
Gerald Graham, A.B.
Kilborn L. Hall. B.S.
Deldee H. Herman, A.B
Melvin I. Hetland. B.A.
Mary lane Hornback
English, Social Problems
Claribel l-lusted. B.S.
Mary Ketchum, M.A.
Margaret L. Lemke, A.B.
Mildred A. Linck, IVLA.
Nancy E. Lonqwell, B.A.
English. Social Studies
Emily I. Marsh. B.S.
Ruth Martin, B.S.
Robert Mowerson, M.A.
C. M. Pelto. M.A.
Gen. Metals, Math
Loyal I. Phares, M.A.
Donna Powers, A.B.
Katherine Pullen, R.N.
MRS. POWERS SMILES ALL THE WHILE IN THE LIBRARY
C. A. Treadwell, A.B.
Mr. Reynolds was welcomed
back to B-3
Edward Reynolds. M.S.
Alfred Richards, B.A.
Gordon M. Ross. B.S.
Eleanor G. Rosl. A.B.
Helen Sager. B.S.
Sylvia Schermerhorn. A.B.
Office Practice, Shorthand
Ava B. Seedorlf. B.S.
Lola E. Sparks. B.S.
F. R. Vander Meer, MA.
Hazel Wakefield, A.B.
Elizabeth C. Walters. NLR.
French, Spanish, English
Robert I. Waldori, A.B.
Evelyn G. Waterman, B.S.
Beverly L. Bonney
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National Honor Society
58 members of the class of 1947 became members of the National Honor Society.
This is a great honor because the National Honor Society is to high school as Phi Beta
Kappa is to college. Students are chosen by a special faculty committee according to
their scholastic record.
Any student who is a member of the National Honor Society can be justly proud be-
cause it takes both above average intelligence and many evenings of laboring over home-
work to get all of those "A's" needed to be in the upper 1529 of the graduating class.
This year the National Honor Society gave competitive examinations for scholarships
to the upper fifth of its members who intended to enter college next year. 15 students in
Central took these tests.
FIRST ROW: D. Parmelee, A. Horsburgh, E. Warren, S. Oster, H. Earl, M. Nicola, I. McLean, I. Hook, M. Stevens, K.
Chute, N. Weiss, D. DeMaso, I. Lampman.
SECOND ROW: B. Greenfield, B. Dygert, M. Strabbing, B. Iarvis, E. Johnson, I. Cox, M. Brown, L. Coyle, I. Clark,
L. Gootas, I .Osborn, G. Peaslee.
THIRD ROW: I. Iden, M. Wiederhold, I. Foster, I. McGee, I, Shay. M. McLee, I. Pelto, E. Noon, P. Richards, Z. Choc-
hott. I. Crane, D. Wass.
FOURTH ROW: P. Vastbinder, R. Selby, B. Traut, C. Adams, K. Simons, C. Gilley, L. Walker, D. Matherly, L. Adams
R. Clegg. B. Davis, B. Mellin, A. Schwencer.
Charles Lynford Adams
Keith Edward Aldrich
Patricia LaRue Anderson
Richard Willis Bailey
Hobart Wayne Barnhart
Lief S. Adams
Arthur M. Allen
William David Baird
Patricia Ann Barton
Helen L. Addison
Eugene Lee Alling
Iacqueline Lou Ashley
Mildred Alberta Baker
Lawrence William Bartzen
Verna Maxine Adrian
Norman Oscar Amos
Lillie Mae Ashley
Ioan Yvonne Bannister
Chester Duane Baurs
Gerald M. Adrianson
Owen Lind Anderson
David Charles Bailey
Louis Merle Barnes
Betty Louise Beem
Robert Earl Be
leunne Morie Boucher
George DeRoy B
don Buckner G
est Irving Bennett, Ir.
Mary Lou Blowe
d Edward Brigstock
race Marie Bush
Donald Lee Bentley
Roy Eugene Bond
Donald George Bowers
Ioyce E. Britton
Nona Marie Bush
Bonnie Ruth Biqnell
Duane Preston Bone
Roy Denver Bowers
Maretta Fae Brown
Stephen E. Bush
Lois lone Bretz
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Theodore Burton Callahan
Vivian Jean Childs
Jeanne Louise Clark
Harold A. Coss
Ruth Louise Coyle
Emilio Paul Caluory
Gordon M. Clegg
Carol Ann Cottrell
Robertson Mace Crandall
Sara Ann Campbell
Patricia Irene Choflin
Ora Nadean Collins
Ernest C. Cowell, Ir.
Jeannette Ilean Crane
Salvatore A. Canale
Kathleen Mildred Chute
Ancil Alva Conley
Jacqueline Joyce Cox
lacqueline Phyllis Crippen
Donald Otis Carpenter
Frances Jean Clark
Phyllis Louise Cox
Jacqueline Joy Crotoot
ertrude Mae Cross
Elizabeth L. Douglas
Cecil K. Emb
Marjorie Gae Cross
Bill Iack Davis
Dora Dolores DeMaso
Beverley Ieanne Dyqert
Ada Lorraine English
Barbara Ieanne Cull
Gloria Ieanine Davis
William H. Dempsey
Helen Marie Earl
Jacqueline May Evans
Belly Lou Cummings
Lucy May Davis
Richard Franklin Dole
Mary Lou Evans
bert Watts Darkey
Mary Alice Davis
ilma Mae Evans
Dennis Eugene Fales
Myles Lewis Ferrall
Jacqueline Geneal Foster
Margaret Arleen Frey
Marietta Esther Fales
Martin Lee Finkbiner
Garland Roehl Fox
Richard Duane Fast
Shirley lean Flanders
Roger Rector Fox
Carolyn lean Gibbs
Iames Leonard Goff
lames Edwin Feeney
Betty lean Fletcher
Bertha G. Gibson
Mary Ellen Goodrich
Keith Clinton Ferguson
Ioanne Elaine French
Charles Edward Gilley
Ioyce Lorraine Gooley
a Louise Gren
Lorraine Louthella Hall
Glenn Richard Graham
Ramona Clark Grier
Carolyn Ioyce Hamilton
Iohn Robert Harrington
Athanacea Marie Hirakis
LeRoy Maxwell Graham
William Henry Griffin
Margaret G. Ham
Iosephine Mary Hook
Richard T. Greene
Beverly M. Gruss
Audrey Lisbeth Horsbur h
ous Hanley M
nne Harris D
Betty Louise Greenfield
ary Ann Harding
avid Ross Hawks
g George Lawrence Ho
Carroll Eugene Hughes Robert Howard Hurd
Vivienne Ioan Iden Dorothy Louise Iier
Lena Johnson Naum K, Kapiliathis
Iohn Maury Keedy Velda Marie Kerr
Robert Baxter Knapp Mary Jo Knowles
Bernice F, Hutson
Wilbur C. Islam
Joyce T. Katz
Wayne Wood Kiger
Charles Ellsworth Kolb
Vivian B. Hyatt
Beth Ioan Iarvis
Nyda Mary Katz
Kathryn Ann Kitley
Paul Joseph Komarck
Robert I. Hyde
Elvera Onice Iohnson
H. Bradley Keagle
Gerald Lewis Knapp
Joan Winitred Kuehnle
Bud Earl LaBe
Iane Addline M
da Marie Lindenielser
Ioy Eileen Lampman
Barbara lean Lewis
Betty Sue Link
Willa Mae Lynn
Virginia Louise Marshall
Rosemary Archer Lee
Lloyd Frank Lewis
Richard Lyle Loutit
Ioyce Doreen Lyon
Harold Robert Martin
Eugene H. Leiter
Franklyn Clare Lindauer
Maxine Eleanor Manley
David Ervin Matherly
Richard Neale Lind
iolet Louise Levitt
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aomi Ruth Matheson
Patricia Ann Maurer Anita Maximorf Marie Irene Mazuk
Donna Lorraine McConnell James Allen McDermid Eleanor Sue McDonald
Jeanne Marie McLean Mary Jeanne McLee Doris Jean McNiel
Grover Clinton Mellin, Ir. Robert Clayton Mellin Shirley Ann Mellin
Donald Lewis Miller Graham Lee Miner Joyce Elaine Monroe
Mary Lou Mazuk
Joyce Elaine McGee
Dora Jean McRae
Harrison Mavel Mercer
Verna Jean Monroe
Norma Jean McConkey
Marilyn Frances Montgomery
Robert Frank Moore
Iohn W. Oesch
Shirley lean Oster
Richard Robert Peacock
Doris Anita Morrison
Robert Lee Ogden
Robert Addison Owen
Marian Gene Peaslee
Raymond Robert Mulder
Emajene Lucile Noon
Donald E. Older
Rex Mearl Owens
Ioyce Ann Pelto
Margene Ann Norris
Kenneth Charles Olsen
Maxine Marie Paddock
Beverly Ann Perkins
Leonard Marvin Myers
Glenn Albert Nunnally
Janice Lee Osborn
Doris Marie Parmelee
Johnnie Gene Perry
Iucmita Mae Peters
Iohn E. Rabbitt
Merle Edwin Reynolds
Edith Mae Robinson
Geraldine Eleanor Rogers
Mary lane Pickle
Iames Arthur Raub
Darrell Alan Rheynard
Helen Louise Robinson
Dorothy Elvira Rosine
Beverly lean Rector
Phyllis Marie Richards
Jacqueline Marie Robinson
Hugh Craig Ross
Shirley Ann Poole
Iacqueline Rae Reid
Chester Alto Richlie
Lynn Leo Robinson
Mary Louise Ross
Virginia Lou Pratt
Harmon Earl Reynolds
Duane Luman Robinson
Charlie Harold Rogers
Florence I. Rowden
lose-ph Nicholas Saitar
Ralph Allen Shafer
Frederick Iohn Shouldice
Dorothy Mae Smith
Ethel Mae Ruble
Robert Louis Schlubatis
Evelyn Iune Shaffer
Curtis William Simmons
Frances Lee Smith
Mary Lou Schram
Irene Doris Shay
Kenneth Clair Simmons
Halired Clesson Smith
Elinor lean Sackett
Mary Iosephine Sherburne
Garth Eugene Singer
Ioyce Johanna Smith
Lauren King Sackrider
Ralph Irving Selby
Donald K. Sherman
Iohn Richard Siver
Hugh Alan Spaulding
Velma Rosetta Spriqgs
Donald Earl Stine
Donald Earl Swan
Nancy Anne Springer
Richard Leo Stambach
Billie Mae Stout
Andrew Dean Swank
Nancy Irene Sproull
Mary Ioan Stevens
Harold Lewis Swartz
Alice Ioanne Taylor
Bernard Eugene Squires
Thomas Ioseph Stevenson
Richard Ezra Stout
Sallie lean Symons
Mary lane Thiesen
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Nettie Yvonne S
1 iam Howard Tait
Barbara Anne Thom
Robin Maurice Thomas
ert William Traui
Carolyn lean Ure
on Lloyd Young Verity
Lois Aileen Thompson
Betty Louise Troutfetter
Ioyce Mae Van Aman
Richard Edward Vincent
Ioanne Louise Thomson Modrelle Louise Thornsberry Constance lea
Winifred lean Truman 'Wendall Kieth Tungaie Virginia Lee Ure
Frederick George Van Asperel-Iubefg Eugene Vcmdebur
Ardis D. VanWorme
Bonnie Io c V
Y e oorheis Charles S.
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g Marian lean Vander Vcen
g arner John Phillip VaslBinder
Walker, Ir. Ella lean Walk
M..-A, as rylew.r-mai
Manuel Lorenzo Walker
Robert Alton Walter
IoAnn Rogers Wedel
Deborah May White
Barbara Mae Williams
Eugene Allen Wallace
Erdine Lorraine Warren
Barbara Ioan Weiglein
Betty lean Wideman
Martha Iohannah Wallace Shirley May Wallace Nancy Lee Walsworth
Richard Albert Wass Larry G. Watson Richard Charles Weakley
Nancy Anne Weiss Oscar Wellington Betty Lou Wertz
Donald Iohn Wilkins Donna lean Wilkins Evelyn Mae Wilkinson
Mary Louise Williams Glen Wilson Gordon Wireman
Dorothy Mae Wise
Donald C. Ellis
Mayonne Elaine Gehrman
Aleshkewich, Alex, Ir.
Barber. Wilson H.
Barton, Raymond R.
Birchard. Alton R.
Brawner, Alvin D.
Brownell, Albert C.
Brownell. George A., Jr.
Clark, Robert S.
Coss, Ralph E.
Day, Albert C.
Downs, Ernest C.
Dragoo, Delbert L.
Charles Gilbert Wolle Pamela Clinton Wood Joanne Beverly Wright
Alice Ruth Yepez Robert Louis Schlubatis Ernestine Martha Yohp
Richard Garriott Yunt William John Zielinslcx
Roy Lee Jacobs
Warren V. Keathley
Fullerton, Iurel L.
Fultz, Wendell M.
Gilbert, Lawrence E.
Gilmore, Richard C.
Good, Elden W.
Gunsch, Wilbur I.
Holcomb, Richard F.
Huff, Paul L.
lden, Wendell D.
Johnson, Glenn J., Ir.
Kellay, Cassius J.
Klepper, Gerald E.
PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE
Marion Helen Kivin
Alex Ely Kogen
Knapp. Roger W.
Knapp. Daryl N.
Lam, John H.
Lawrence, Walter E.
Leatherman, Gordon F.
Levitt, lack F.
Lockwood, Richard L.
Lynch, William A.
Marshall, Robert E.
McCrary. Raymond E.
McShan, Oran C.
Moody, Joseph L.
Moulds, Phillip R.
Don Earl Lockwood
Norcross, Mace W.
Peterson, Everett M.
Pittard, William P.
Puckett, Gale R.
Pyritz. William D.
Roach, Donald I.
Root, Raymond A.
Smith. William I.
GLORIA A. KELLEY
Born October 15, 1929
Died July 7, 1945
Shirley Anne Yates
Myrtle Elaine Yohpe
Patricia Ann Potzner
Lyle Arthur Wilbur
Stewart, Wm. D.
Torres, Carl P.
Tyler, George L.
Willbur, Wm. D.
Wood. lohn R.
Wright, Gordon L.
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Miss EDNA cooK
MR. EARL GIBBS
FIRST ROW: G. Needham, M. Evans, B, Gruss, I. Wedel, M. Schram, E. Warren, B. Cull, N. Walsworth, P. Anderson,
V. Pratt, S. Symons.
SECOND ROW: N. Bouzon, F. Cox, G. Hammons, D. Rosine, I. Bannister, P. Wood, B. Blatchlord, D. Parmelee, M. Nor-
ris, H. Robinson.
THIRD ROW: S. Mellin, A. Maximofi, N. Springer, A. Hirakis, I. Crippen, P. Barton, M. Montgomery, M. McLee, D.
DeMaso, B. Link.
Couples attending the Senior Prom found themselves in Davy Iones' Locker as they
stepped through the doorway to the Social Room, which was strung with fish nets and life
Pat Anderson, Senior Class president, was general chairman of the semi-formal dance,
which was held from 9:00 to 12:00 P. M. on March 29. Iimmy Shafer's Band furnished the
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FIRST ROW: B. Darkey, S. McDonald, I. Childs, I. Siver.
SECOND ROW: D. Matherly, D. Wilkins, I. Pelto. I. French, I. Adrianson
BY PHILIP H. BARRY
The cast of the "Youngest," the class of '47's Senior Play production, was excellent and
acclaimed so by the critics. Under the capable direction of Emily Marsh, the actors and act-
resses went about their parts like true veterans. Their's is the glory and acclaim and they
are deserving. The Senior Class may well be proud of their effort and success.
CI-IARLESI LYNFORD ADAMS-"For though he is a wit he
is no too
Haloween Hop Dec. Comm, '45-'4B: Wolverine Boy's State
'46: Iunior Play '46, Stage Manager: Band Follies '46:
Science Club '48-'47, Pres. '47: Player's Club '47: B.A.A.:
National Honor Society.
LIEF E. ADAMS-"The most maniiest sign oi wisdom is
B:.A.A.: National Honor Society: Intramural basketball
HELEN L. ADDISON-"Sing away sorrow, cast away care."
Volleyball '45-'46-'47: Softball '45-'48-'47: Pingpong '46: Bad-
minton '46: Basketball '47: Bowling '47: G.A.A. Boardmember
'45: D. ot L.
VERNA MAXINE ADRIAN-"Most good things are done up
in small packages."
G.A.A. '44-'45: D. oi L.
GERALD M. ADRIANSON-"An ounce of wit is worth a
pound ot sorrow."
Player's Club '46-'47: Usher Club, '46-'47: Science Club '47:
Band '47: Wolverine Boy's State '46: A Cappela Choir '47:
Band Follies '4G: Iunior Play '46: Iunior-Senior Reception
KEITH EDWARD ALDRICH-"In all respects the best tellow
in the world."
Golt '44s'45s'46: Football Manager '45-'46-'47: Senior manager
'47: Swimming '46-'47: Varsity Lettermen's Club '47: Pan
American Club '46: Spanish Club '46: Intramural Basketball
'47: Wolverine Boy's State '45: B.A.A.
ARTHUR M. ALLEN-"Heroes are made not born."
Cheer Leader '45-'46: Intramural Basketball '46-'47: Cross-
country '46: Wrestling '47: B.A.A.
EUGENE LEE ALLING-"Flaming youth with llaming locks."
Orchestra '44-'45: Ir, Merchants Bureau '45-'46: B.A.A.
NORMAN OSCAR AMOS-"I want to be bashtul but the
girls won't let me."
Science Club '45-'46: Reserve Football '45-'46: Varsity Foot-
ball '46-'47: Reserve Track '44-'45: Varsity Track '45-'46-'47,
Co-captain '47: Varsity Lettermen's Club '47: Wrestling '47:
Student Council '45: B.A.A.
OWEN LIND ANDERSON-"Great is an athlete's honor."
Varsity Lettermen's Club '46-'47: Reserve Football '44:
Varsity Football '45-'46: Basketball '44-'45-'46-'47, Captain
'47: Track '45-'46-'47: Wolverine Boy's State '4B: Hi-Y Club
'44-'45: Student Council '45-'46-'47: Pres oi B.A.A. Board of
PATRICIA LaRUE ANDERSON-"Her nature is an oil on
May Party Dec. Comm. '45-'46: G.A.A. '45-'46: Fall I-'rolic
Dec. Comm. '46-'47: Senior Prom '47: Christmas Dance Dec.
Comm. '45-'47: Sophomore Spring Dec. Comm. '45: I-Hop
Dec. Comm. Chairman, '46: Iunior-Senior Reception '467
Iunior Play '46: Student Council '45-'46-'47: Player's Club
'46-'47: Senior Class Pres. '46-'47: Band Follies '46: Horseback
Riding '45-'46: Commencement Comm. '47: Christmas Dance
Dec. Comm. '46: D. oi L.
VANGEL ANGELO-"I tavor not the five day week, but the
tive day week-end."
Intramural Basketball '45-'46-'47: B.A.A.
IACQUELINE LOU ASHLEY-"Concentrated sunshine that's
Student Council '45-'46: Riding Club '45-'46-'47: Bowling
Club '44-'45-'46: Science Club '44-'45-'46-'47: Spring Swing
Dec. Comm. '45: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '46, Christmas Dance
Dec. Comm. '46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm.. Band Committee.
andillnvitation Comm. '47: Senior Class Treasurer '47:
D. o .
LILLIE MAE ASHLEY-"I have cr heart with room tor every
Sottball '45: D. oi L.
DAVID CHARLES BAILEY-"It matters not how long you
live, but how."
French Club '44-'45-'46, Pres. '46: Political Science Club
'45-'46-'47: Pan American Club '44-'45-'46-'47: Science Club
'45-'46: Student Council '47: B.A.A.
RICHARD WILLIS BAILEY-"The secret of success is con-
stancy to purpose."
WILLIAM DAVID BAIRD-"A sense of humor is the salt ot
MILDRED ALBERTA BAKER-"A way to a man's heart is
known by this 'Baker'."
French Club '44-'45-'46: Player's Club '46: Fall Frolic Dec.
Comm. '44: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: Christmas Dance
Dec. Comm. '44: Sophomore Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45:
I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Student Council '44-'45: May Party
Dec. Comm. '45: Table Tennis Club '45-'46-'47: D. oi L.
IOAN YVONNE BANNISTER-"Practical, clever and jolly too,
Her charms are many, her faults few."
Latin Club '45-'46: D. of L. Representative '47: Fall Frolic
Dec. Comm '45-'46-'47: Christmas Formal Dec. Comm. '45-
'46-'47: May Party Dec. Comm. '46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm.
'47: D. ot L.
EUGENE EDGAR BANNISTER-"He has a common sense in
giuiy that is uncommon."
Louis MERLE BARNES-"rf d it 1 ' H
Ambassadors for Christ '4s.'4Ir?uTliiurg:YB.f.R. ask him'
ROBERT WAYNE BARNHART-"A man of few words but
gag? Club '46-'47: Science Club '46-'47: Track '44-'45-'46-'47:
PATRICIA ANN BARTON-"O, thou are fairer than the eve-
mng air, clad in the beauty ot a thousand stars."
Orchestra '44-'45-'46: Chorus '46-'47: Vice-Pres.: Christmas
Dec. Comm. '46: Maiorette '45-'46-'47: Junior-Senior Reception
46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: May Party Dec. Comm. '47:
Football Queen '47: Modern Dance Club '47: D. ot L,
LAWRENCE wruum BARTZEN-"Be merry if you are
CHESTER DUANE BAURS-"There'll be a hot time in the old
Retailing Club '46-'47: Chorus '45-'46: B.A.A.
BETTY I-or-HSE BEEM-"FGilh. hope and charity, this one has
Cheerleader '45-'46: Usher Club '45: D. ot L.
ROBERT EARL BETTS--"He looks sate but so does gun-
Entered Sept. '46 from Cal.: B.A.A.
ERNEST IRVING BENNETT, IR.-"Youth comes but once in a
lifetime, so I'll use it while I may."
Bowling Club '45-'46-'47: B.A.A.
DONALD LEE BENTLEY-"He is the kind of person that you
gre cinroxxltl gg call a friend."
an ' -' -'46-'47: O h t '45g HZY ' - - f .
. BIGNELL-"Like k' 'gh
bedight, on all she sheds her graziinrssnlilghiles W1 sims
Hobby Club '46: Chorus '45-'46-'47: D. ot L.
IOYCE IRENE BILLINGTON--"As calm and unruflled as the
gihiancgiseoirg:'4gsR1Si.Political Science Club '45-'46-'47: Player's
BETTY 'FRANCIS BLATCHFORD-"Her fiery hair was clus-
tered o er a brow bright with intelligence, fair and smooth."
I-Hop ,Dec. Comrn. '4S: Usher Club '45-'46-'47: Y-Luncheon
Club QS- 47: Latin Club 'ft6: Iunior-Senior Reception '46:
Swlmmlflq Club 46: Bowling Club '46: Fall Frolic Dec.
Comm. 46: Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '46: Senior Prom
Dec- Comm. 47: May Party Dec. Comm. '47: D. ot L.
IVEARY LOU BLOWERS-"She excels all women in the magic
?f helloifkii d
orse ac i ing '45-'46: Ush Cl b '45-'46: C b
'47: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Dfroi LT O usml Club
ROY EUGENE BOND-"To be a tine gentleman is to be a
generous and a brave man."
Student Council '45-'47: Reserve Football '44: , Reserve
Basketball '44-'45: Varsity Basketball '45-'46: Science Club
'46: Intramural Basketball '45-'46: Baseball '47: B.A.A.
DUANE PRESTON BONE-"Fleet oi toot strong ot limb, deeds
ot prowess were common to him."
Student Council '44-'45: Reserve Football '44: Reserve Basket-
ball '44-'45: Varsity Lettermen's Club '47: Varsity Baseball
'45-'46-'47: Intramural Basketball Champs '45-'46-'47: Science
Club '45-'46: B.A.A.
BRUCE BERNARD BORCHARDT-"Small oi stature, quiet of
iminxer-but what a man."
IEANNE MARIE BOUCHER-"To think that my high school
days are over."
G.A.A. Board '44-'45-'46-'47: Basketball '44-'45-'46-'47: Base-
ball '45-'46-'47: Volleyball '44-'45-'46: Badminton '45-'46s'47:
Ping Pong '46: Bowling '44: D. of L.
NORMA MARY BOUZAN-"A sweet coquette is this pretty
Pan American Club '46-'47: Book Club '46-'47: Modern Dance
Club '47: Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45: May Party Dec.
Comm. '45: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: D. ot L.
DONALD GEORGE BOWERS-"He fills the air with music."
Band '44-'45-'46-'47: Swimming Team '45-'46: Movie Club
'44-'45-'46-'47, Pres. '45-'46-'47: Chess Club '47: Orchestra '46:
Gasoleers '44-'45-'46-'47, Pres. '46-'47: Sophomore Spring
Swing '45: Senior Prom '47: B.A.A.
ROY DENVER BOWERS-"It matters not how long we live,
LOIS IONE BRETZ-"The rays of happiness, like those of
light are colorless when unbroken."
Latin Club '46: Science Club '46-'47: D. oi L.: Entered '46.
GEORGE DeROY BRIGGS-"O, this learning. what a thing
Basketball '44-'45: B.A.A.
RICHARD EDWARD BRIGSTOCK-"No one knows what he
can do until he tries."
Bowling Club '45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '44-45: Reserve
Intramural Basketball '45-'46-'47: B.A.A.
IOYCE E. BRITTAN-"Life is a perilous voyage."
golleyll Ball '46-'47: Bowling Club '46-'47: Soit Ball '47:
. of .
MARETTA FAE BROWN-"Dark eyes but bright prospects."
G.A.A. Board '46-'47: Ping Pong '46: Basketball '46-'47: Vol-
leyball '46: Baseball '46-'47: Badminton '46-'47: A Capella
Choir '44-'45-'46-'47: D. of L.
FORD BRYANT-"He was a man, take him for
a in a ."
Band Follies '4l-'42-'43-'44-'45'46-'47: Band '44-'45-'46-'47,
lgresident '46-'47: Orchestra '45-'46, Vice-President '45-'46:
RONALD GORDON BUCKNER-"What should a man do but
Band Follies '47: Orchestra '44-'45-'46-'47: Band '46-'47: lt.
Merchants '45-'48 B.A.A.
GRACE MARIE BUSH-"Happiness is a by-product oi an ef-
gart ftoL make someone else happy."
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NONA MARIE BUSH-"When she is with us we happy
grow she tries our better selves to know."
ghoilui '45-'46: Girl Reserves '45-'46-'47, Vice-President:
. o .
STEPHEN E. BUSH-"You can't keep a good man dowu."
Student Council '44-'45-'46: Pan American Club '44-'45-'46:
Track '44-'45-'46: Football '46-'47: Wrestling '46-'47: Spanish
Club '45-'46: B.A.A.
ELIZABETH LOUISE CALAUTTE-"Earnest and willing, she
alwayxs tries, careful, hard working, her journey she plies."
Frenc Club '45-'46: Band Follies '47: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm.
'45: D. of L.
THEORORE BURTON CALLAHAN-"To be happy here is
man's chief end."
Band '44-'45-'46-'47: B.A.A.
EMILIO PAUL CALUORY-"A man who by his jolly good
manner earned a place in everyone's heart."
Gasoleers '44-'45-'46-'47, Secretary: B.A.A.
SARA ANN CAMPBELL-"Wise to resolve and patient to
G.A.A. '46-'47: D. of L.
SSILVSTORE A. CANALE-"A rough exterior with a heart
Entered Sept. '46: B.A.A.
DONALD OTIS CARPENTER-"He always thinks betore he
VIVIAN IEAN CHILDS-"Such looks as none could look but
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '46-'47: Science
Club '46: Player's Club '45-'46-'47: Book Club '47: Student
Council '47: Modern Dance Club '47: Spring Swing Dec.
Comm. '45: Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '46-'47: I-I-Iop Dec.
Comm. '4G: Senior Prom '47: May Party Dec. Comm.: D. of L.
ZDRAVKA CHOCHOFF-"Kinder eyes nor a sweeter smile,
have we ne'er seen in many a while."
Usher Club '46-'47: Cobustra Club '47: National Honor So-
ciety '47: D. of L.
PATRICIA IRENE CHOFFIN-"She has a pleasant, cheerful
way, that haunts your memory many a day."
C.A.P. '45-'46: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45: Key Staff '45-
'46-'47, Exchange Editor '46-'47: Bowling '46-'47: Ping Pong
'44-'45: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: D. of L. Representative
'46-'47 Y-Luncheon Club '44-'45-'46-'47: Science Club '45.
KATHLEEN MILDRED CHUTE-"She seeketh diligently after
Latin Club '45-'46-'47: Science Club '46-'47: National Honor
Society: D. of L.
FRANCES IEAN CLARK-"A girl whose musical laugh and
blue dancing eyes win the heart oi every one."
Volleyball '44-'45-'46-'47: Swimming '45-'45-'47: Basketball
'44-'45-'46-'47: Softball '44-'45-'46-'47: Bowling '45-'48-'47: Bad-
minton '44-'45-'46-'47: Ping Pong '44-'45-'46: Spanish Club
'45-'46-'47: Pan American '45-'46-'47: Student Council '46-'47:
Paean Board, Girl's Sports Editor '46-'47: Band Follies '46:
'44-'45-'46-'47, Vice-President '46, President '47: D.
IEANNE LOUISE CLARK-"She smiles and the shadows
Hobby Club '46-'47: National Honor Society: D. of L.: Span-
ish C ub '45-'46: Pan American Club '45-'46.
GORDON M. CLEGG-"Still waters run deep."
National Honor Society: B.A.A.
ORA NADEAN COLLINS-"A successful woman loses no rep-
Iunior Merchants '45-'4G: D. oi L.
ANCIL ALVA CONLEY-"Don't take life too seriously-you'll
never get out ot it alive."
Bowling '45-'46-'47, President '46-'47: Swimming '44-'45-'4S:
IEANNEITE COOL-"Charming? Well, what do you think?"
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '4G: Science
Club '46: Volley ball '44-'4S: Basketball '44-'45: D. of L.
HAROLD A. COSS-"Better to die ten thousand deaths, than
wound mine honor."
Varsity Lettermen's Club '46-'47: Track '45-'46-'47: Football
CAROL ANN COTTRELL-"To be b
for out of question you were bornmsifger gsingsfingfsr You'
Igilayeias E1uFf1"45"Ig: Ch'i5""f'S Play '4s: Band Follies. '46-
orse ac ri i ' 5 M . , . '
Honor Societwng- of L- ay Party Dec. Comm, 46. National
ERNEST C. COWELL. IR.-"All
gfmq teelgo well myseuun Qreat men are dead and I
ayer's .lub '45-'46-'47: Hobby Club '45-'46g S ,T .
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47: Wolverine Boy's lSiatgeg:6:
Paean,Board. Club and Activities Editor '46-'47: Swimming
' I -- on amm. ' -' 7 " '
Club '46-'47: National Thespian Society '47:Pg2?A?l Science
IACOUELINE JOYCE COX "True fr' d
grecious and mms' - ren s are like pearls.
'ow ing Club '44-'4S: Horseback R'd' '44-'47: B 14
44-.'45f.S0f?b'111 'MJ467 Truck '45f'4lag BadmintonQs'4l3?4xS!
Swimming 45-'4S: Science Club '45-'46: D. oi L '
23122: 5-ggliffagggf-"A chic, sweet maiden with a wit
anAmerican '45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '46-'47: Modem D
Club '47: Book Club '47: Iunior-Senior Reception Tilcrlrii
Comm. Chairman: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45-'46: May Party
Dec. Comm.: Christmas Formal Dec. Comm. '46: I-Hop Dec
Comm. '46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: D. of L. '
RUTH LOUISE COYLE-"A shyness. a sweetness that stays
In YO'-11' mmdl, the type of a girl it's so hard to find."
French Club 4Q- 47: Chnstian Crusaders for Christ '45-'46-'47,
SGC- 45. Pres- 47: D. of L.: National Honor Society.
ROBERTSON MACE CRANDALL-"Every man is a volumn if
you know how to read it."
Entered Sept. '4S: B.A.A.
LECILIJNETTE ILEAN CRANE-"Her eyes are two shining
National Honor Society: D. of L.
IACQUELINE PHYLLIS CRIPPEN-"One in a million."
Player's Club '45-'46-'47, President '47: Y-Luncheon Club
'44-'45: Bowling Club '44-'45: Christmas Play '45: I-Hop
Dec. Comm. '46: Key Staff '45-'46-'47, Feature Editor '46-'47:
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47, Vice-President '46: Spanish
Club 46-"47: Quill and Scroll '46-'47: May Party Dec. Comm,
46: Publicity Comm. ,Iunior-Senior Reception '46, Chairman:
?UQ11Cl'Y Comm. Iunior Play, Chairman '4G: Band Follies
46--47: Paean Board '47, Editor-in-Chief: Student Council '47:
National Thespians '47: Chorus '44-'45: A Capella Choir '47-
Pmg Pong '44: D. of L. '
glC?TiEI-INE IOY CROI-'COT-"Worry is unknown to me."
SERJTRIIDE MAE CROSS--"I can be serious but l'd rather
Girl Reserves '44-'45-'46-'47: "Y" Teens '46-'47: G.A.A.:
D. of L.
MARIORIE GAE CROSS-"Her thoughts are up in the air."
Players Club. '45-'46: French Club '45-'46: Science Club
3531163147: Christmas Play '45: Assistant Librarian '45-'46-'47:
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BARBARA IEANNE CULL-"Twinkle, twinkle goes her eye,
I wonder who's the guy and why."
Student Council '45: Fall Frolic '47: Christmas Formal Dec.
Comm. '46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: D. of L. Representa-
BETTY LOU CUMMINGS-"Nor know we anything so fair
as the smile on her lace."
French Club '45-'46-'47: Science Club '46-'47: Usher Club
'46-'47: Hobby Club '46-'47: Band '44-'45-'46-'47, Secretary
'46-'47: Iunior Play Costume Comm. '46: D. of L.
ROBERT WATTS DARKEY-"Beware! I may yet be great."
l-Ii-Y Club '44-'45, Sec.-Treas., '45-'46 Vice-President. '46-'47
President: Pan American '45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '45-'46-'47:
Basketball Manager '45-'46-'47: Swimming Manager '46-'47:
Wolverine Boy's State '44-'45: Cross Country '45-'46-'47, Cap-
tain '47: Track '45-'46-'47: Paean Board '46-'47, Sports Editor:
Key Staff '48-'47: Senior Board '46-'47: Varsity Lettermen's
Club '46-'47: Track Manager '44-'45: Intramural Basketball
'46-'47: B.A.A.: Senior Play '47.
CLI-IIGHTON DAVID DARLING-"He has an eye for color,
especially blondes and redheads."
Usher Club '44-'45-'46, Captain: Bowling '44-'45: Intramural
Football '46: Intramural Baseball '47: Iunior Merchants
BILL IACK DAVIS-"My heart's in the highlands, my heart
is not here."
Entered Sept. '45: Student Council '45-'46-'47, Chairman of
Improvement Comm. Band Follies '45-'46-'47: Latin Club
'45-'46: Science '45-'46: Bowling Club '45-'48: Golf '45-'46'47:
Christian Crusaders for Christ '45-'46-'47, Vice-President:
Player's Club '45-'46: I-Ii-Y Club '45: Band '45-'46-'47: Christ-
mas '45: Orchestra '45-'46: B.A.A.: National Honor Society.
GLORIA IEANINE DAVIS-"A dimpled smile that melts the
LUCY MAY DAVIS-"When of a friend you are in need.
just call on her, she's one indeed."
Latin Club '45: Bowling Club '45-'46-'47: Y-Luncheon '46-'47:
G.A.A.: D. of L.
MARY ALICE DAVIS-"A thing of beauty is a joy forever."
Entered Sept. '46: D. of L.
GILBERT L. DeGREGORY-"Never trouble trouble 'till trouble
Glider Club '46-'47: Swimming '44-'45-'46-'47: Band '44-'47:
DORA DOLORES DeMASO-"It's nice to be natural when
you're naturally nice."
Usher Club '46-'47: Spanish Club '46-'47: Pan American Club
'45-'46: Science Club '46-'47: Player's Club '47: Political
Science Club '48-'47, Secretary '47: I-Hop Program Comm.
'4G: Iunior-Senior Reception Dec, Comm. '46: Iunior Play
Program and Publicity Comm. '46: May Party Dec. Comm.
'46: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45: Christmas Formal Dec.
Comm. '-46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: National Honor
Society: D. of L.
WILLIAM H. DEMPSEY-"The thief of bad-gags."
Wolverine Boy's State '46: Player's Club '45-'46-'47: 'Science
Club '45-'46-'47, Vice-President '47: Iunior Play '46: Band
Follies '46-'47: Christmas Play '46: Intramural Basketball
'46-'47: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: B.A.A.
EICHARD FRANKLIN DOLE-"Good intentions are half the
Chorus '44-'45: B.A.A.
RICHARD WILLIAM DOUD-"I would like to see the man
who can worry me."
Band '44-'45-'46-'47: Usher Club '44-'45-'46-'47: Captain, Sci-
ence Club '46-'47: B.A.A.
ELIZBETH L. DOUGLAS-"With her 'tis summer throughout
Latin Club '45-'4S: Science Club '45-'46: Y-Luncheon Club
'45-'46-'47: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45-'46: Halloween Hop
Dec. Comm. '45-'46-'47: D. ot L.
BEVERLY IEANNE DYGERT-"ln thy face I see the map oi
honor, truth and loyalty."
Hobby Club '45-'46-'47, Vice-President, Secretary: Band Fol-
lies '46-'47: Science Club '45-'4S: Player's Club '45-'46: Iunior
Play '46: Swimming Club '45-'46: Bowling Club '46-'47:
Iunior-Senior Reception Invitation Comm. '46: Brass Sextet
'45-'46-'47: Band '45-'46-'47: Orchestra '46-'47: D. of L.: Na-
tional Honor Society.
HELEN MARIE EARL-"Come, sing now sing, for I know you
Senior Class Vice-Pres. '47: Vice-Pres. G.A.A. Board '47:
Bowling Club '45: Basketball '45-'46: Softball '45-'46: Volley-
ball '4S: Tennis '46: French Club '46-'47, Social Chairman '461
Student Council '45-'48: Key Staff '46-'47, Associate Editor
'47: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '46: Band Follies '47: Quill and
Scroll '47: Commencement Comm. '47: Senior Prom Ticket
Chairman '47: A Cappella Choir '47: Iunior-Senior Reception
'46: School Mixed Quartet '47: Badminton '45-'46: Ping Pong
'46: National Honor Society: Rotary Award: D. of L.
ROBERT EAST-"Schools a good thing but why run a good
ahing to death."
LOREN DAVID EDWARDS-"He is a man who will make his
glider Club '46-'47: Softball '45-'46-'47: Football '45-'46-'47:
DONALD C. ELLIS-"A real man within the body of an
CECIL K. EMBURY-"Good to the last drop."
Tennis '45-'46: B.A.A.
ADA LORRAINE ENGLISH-"Wearing confidence like a
Swimming '46-'47: D. ot L.
IACQUELINE MAY EVANS-"It's a wonderful lite!"
Latin Club '45: Key Start '46: G.A.A.: D. of L.
MARY LOU EVANS-"Heaven can wait-
May Party Dec. Comm. '44-'45-'46: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '45-'46:
Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '46-'47: Student Council '46-'47:
Iunior-Senior Reception Comm. '45-'46: Sophomore Spring
Swing Comm. '44-'45: Player's Club '45-'46-'47: Iunior Play
'45-'46: D. ot L. Board, Secretary.
WILMA MAE EVANS-"Always a friend ot those who know
Entered '46 from Owosso: D. of L.
DENNIS EUGENE FALES-"l'm content to mind my own
Intramural Football '44-'45: Intramural Softball '46: Intra-
mural Basketball '47: Retailing Club '47: B.A.A.
MARIETTA ESTHER FALES-"When she smiles you are her
Entered '4S: D. ol L.
RICHARD DUANE FAST-"Small but he gets around."
Bowling Club '44-'45: Student Council '44: Intramural Soft-
ball '46: B.A.A.
IAMES EDWIN FEENEY--"With him on the basketball floor,
you can ask for nothing more."
Reserve Football '44: Varsity Football '45-'4G: Reserve
Basketball '44-'45: Varsity Basketball '45-'46-'47: Varsity
Lettermen's Club '46-'47: B.A.A. Board '46-'47, Vice-President.
KEITH CLINTON FERGUSON-"An individual with individ-
Bgwgng Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Secretary: Varsity Lettermen's
Club '46-'47: Varsity Baseball '44-'45-'46-'47, Co-Captain '47:
Intramural Basketball '44-'45-'46-'47: Intramural Football
MYLES LEWIS FERRALL-"He has a manner all his own."
Intramural Softball '45: Hobby Club '46-'47: Latin Club '4B:
Proiector's Club '45-'46-'47: Intramural Basketball '47: B.A.A.
MARTIN LEE FINKBINER-"He speaks not when there's
nothing to be said." I 1 I
Intramural Basketball '45-'46-'47: A Cappela Choir 46-47:
Band '45-'46: B.A.A.
SHIRLEY JEAN FLANDERS-"She looks as clear as morning
roses newly washed with dew."
Usher Club '45-46-'47: Horseback Riding '45-'46: I-Hop Dec.
Comm. 146: D. ot L. Representative '45-'46: May Party Dec.
Comm. 45-'46: Iunior-Senior Reception '45-'46: Cobustra Club
'45-'47, Secretary: Treasurer of D. of L. Grade Group '45-'46.
:SILTY JEAN FLETCHER-"Her crowning glory is her brilliant
D. oi L.
GEORGIA FLETCHER-"Everybody's friend, nobody's en.
A Cappela Choir '46-'47: Girl Reserve '44-'45-'46-'47: D. of L,
IACHQUELINE GENEAL FOSTER-"As welcome as the flowers
Usher Club '45-'46-'47: Cobustra Club '47: National Honor
Society: Vice-President of D. of L. Grade Group.
GARLAND ROEHL FOX-"His head may be iron, his muscles
steel, but his heart is gold."
Reserve Football '44: Varsity Football '45-'46: Intramural
Basketball '44-'45-'46-'47: Varsity Baseball '45-'46-'47: Iunior
Class Vice-Pres. '45-'46: Varsity Lettermen's Club '47: B.A.A.
ROGER RECTOR FOX-"Life is what you make it, the world
how you take it."
Engaging Club '46-'47: Intramural Basketball '45-'46-'47:
IoANN FRENCH-"Courtesy is the law ol lite, and it's best
C.A.P.C. '45-'46: D. of L.
IOANNE ELAINE FRENCH-"Hitch your wagon to a star."
Usher Club '45-'46-'47, Vice-Pres. '46, President '47: Spanish
Club '45-'46-'47, Treasurer '45-'46: Pan American Club '45-'4S:
Student Council '46: G.A.A. '46-'47: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm.
'46: Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '46: Iunior-Senior Recep-
tion Comm. '46: Secretary of D. ot L. Grade Group '45,
MARGARET ARLEEN FREY-"Ready with unfolking chatter."
Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '44-'45: Christmas Formal Dec. Comm.
'45-'46: Student Council '45-'48: D. ot L.
IEANANN FRICK-"The fun just twinkles in her eyes."
Pan American Club '44-'45: Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45:
Spanish Club '45-'46: Book Club '45-'46-'47: Modern Dance
Club '47: D. of L.
IVIAYPNNE ELAINE GEHRMANN-"We're born to be happy,
a o us.'
D. ol L.
CAROLYN IEAN GIBBS-"It's better to be out oi the world
than out oi fashion."
G.A.A. '44-'45-'46-'47: Player's Club '46-'47: Y-Luncheon Club
'46-'47: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '4B: Cheerleader '44-'45:
Science Club '45: D. of L. Representative '46-'47.
BERTHA G. GIBSON-"Frame your mind to mirth and mer-
D. of L.
CHARLES EDWARD GILLEY-"Central won't be Central with-
Spanish Club '45-'46: Pan American Club '45-'46-'47: Student
Council '47: B.A.A.
EETTYL GLOVER-"Success comes in cans, failure in can'ts."
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IAMES LEONARD GOFF-"A man ot varied interest he: in
Iact, he's quite a prodigy."
Student Council '45-'46-'47: Sophomore Class Treasurer '45:
Baseball '47: B.A.A.
MARY ELLEN GOODRICI-I-"Grace was in all steps."
D. oi L.
IOYCE LORRAINE GOOLEY-"Thy modesty is a candle to
D. of L.
LIA GOOTAS-"A face like the cameo of purest gold."
Pingpong '45-'46-'47: Volleyball '45-'46: Baseball '45-'46:
Basketball '45-'4B: Bowling Club '45-'46: Pan American Club
'46: Hobby Club '-16: G.A.A. Board '46: Cobustra Club '47,
President: National Honor Society: D. of L.
GLENN RICHARD GRAHAM-"A handful of humor is worth
a bushelful of learning."
Iunior Merchants Club '46-'47: B.A.A.
LeROY MAXWELL GRAHAM-"To work or not to work, that
is the question."
Cheerleader '45: B.A.A.
RICHARD T. GREENE-"We grant that though he had much
wit, he was very shy in using it."
BETTY LOUISE GREENFIELD-"A maiden here we see who
enjoys lun and jolity."
Iunior Merchants Club '47: French Club '45: National Honor
Society: D. of L.
BARBARA LOUISE GREN-"A charm attends her every-
where, a hard heart loves her anywhere."
Iunior Merchants '46-'47: D. ot L.
RAMONA CLARK GRIER-"She lives for the love ot living."
Entered Sept. '46: D. of L.
WILLIAM HENRY GRIFFIN-"Al1 the world loves a wit."
Band '45-'46-'47: Track '46: Cross-Country '46: Intramural
Basketball '45-'46-'47: Intramural Football '45-'46-'47: Intra-
mural Baseball '45-'46-'47: B.A.A.
BEVERLY M. GRUSS-"Mighty thoughts and many pass
daily in this little head."
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '45-'46-'47:
G.A.A. Board '45: Bowling '45: Basketball '45: Fall Frolic
Dec. Comm. '45: Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45: May Dance
Dec. Comm. '45-'46: Student Council '46-'47: D. f L R .
Eilxlaxva lgfnaor-Senior Reception '46: Senior? Prom elgeg.
CHARLES WILLIAM GUSTINE-"Life's o iest and all things
show it. I thought so once and now l know it."
Intramural Basketball '47: B.A.A.
LORRAINE LOUTHELLA HALL-"Everyone can read the lan-
guage of a smile."
Y Luncheon Club '46-'47: D. of L.: Latin Club '45-'46: Hal-
loween Hop Dec. Comm. '46.
CAROLYN IOYCE HAMILTON-"Without athletics this world
would be a dull place."
Cobustra Club '47: D. of L.
MARGARET GERALDINE HAMMONS-"A bundle of loveli-
ness from heaven."
Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '44-'45-'4G: May Party Dec. Comm,
'45-'46-17: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm.
'47: Iunior-Senior Reception Comm. '4G: D. of L. Homeroom
CECILIA PRECIOUS HANLEY-"A friend, indeed, to all who
ask: and nothing to her is a task."
lllgylgs Vzllieatley Girl Reserves '45, Asst. Secretary: G.A.A.
I . 0 .
MARY ANN HARDING-"Ycu're as pleasant as the morn-
ing. as refreshing as the rain."
Usher Club '45-'46-'47: Pan American Club '46-'47: Spanish
Club '46-'47: Iunior-Senior Reception '46: D. of L.
ECRNKO HARDMAN-"Great fires spring from tiny flames."
IOHN ROBERT HARRINGTON-"He's not only a scholar, but
a gentleman and a good fellow."
Band '45-'46-'47: Orchestra '45-'46-'47: Band Follies '45-'47,
Leader '47: Band, Student Director '47: B.A.A.
ELDON HARRIS-"Great hopes make great men."
LORA ANNE HARRIS-"Laughter makes dull life gay. And
you have lightened many a day."
D. of L.
DAVLD ROSS HAWKS-"For the apparel oft proclaims the
LINUS WILLIAM HEYDON, IR.-"He who sings scares away
Swimming '47: Track '45-'46-'47: Cross-Country '45-'46: Band
Follies '45-'46-'47: Boys Bowling Club '44-'45: Wolverine Boys
State '45: Science Club '45-'46: Radio Inner Circle '45-'46:
Varsity Club '45-'46-'47: Band '44-'45-'46: A Capella Choir
'46-'47: Iunior-Senior Reception '46: lunior Play Props Comm.
'46: Mixed Quartet '47: B.A.A.
ATHANACEA MARIE HIRAKIS-"Music is well said to be
the speech of angels."
Player's Club '45-'48-'47: Usher Club '45-'46-'47: Science Club
'46-'47: Pan American Club '47: French Club '46-'47: Spring
Swing Dec. Comm. '45: Iunior-Senior Reception '46: Christ-
mas Dance Dec. Comm. '47: Band Follies '46-'47: Iunior
Class Play '46: Modern Dance Club '47: Senior Prom Dec.
Comm. '47: D. of L.
IOSEPHINE MARY HOOK-"Lovely and peppy and brilliant
too. we open our hearts to the dearness of you."
Pan American Club '45-'45-'47: Spanish Club '45-'46-'47:
Bowling Club '45: Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '45-'46-'47:
New Year's Dance '45: I-I-lop Dec. Comm. '46: May Party
Dec. Comm. '46: Secretarly and Treasurer of the A Capella
Choir '46-47: Paeon Art ditor '47: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm.
'46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: National Honor Society:
Student Council '45-'46-'47, Vice-President: D. of L.
AUDREY LISBETH HORSBURGH-"Her work's an expression
Usher Club '45-'46-'47: Vice-President of the Cobustra Club
'47: I-Hop, Chairman of the Hospitality Comm. '46: National
Honor Society: D. of L.
GEORQGE LAWRENCE HOWE-"Why worry when life's so
Hi-Y Club '45-'46-'47: Printing Club '47: Swimming '45-'46:
Track '45-'46: Wrestling '47: Intramural Basketball '45:
CARROLL EUGENE HUGHES-"Life is short without sports."
A Capella Choir '46: B.A.A.
ROBERT HOWARD HURD-"A good fellow among fellows."
BERNICE F. HUTSON-"Modest, demure, yet full of fun."
Y Luncheon Club '45-'46-'47: D. ot L.
VIVIAN D. HYATT-"To be gentle is the test of a lady."
Bowling '45-'46: Basketball '45: Horseback Riding '47:
G.A.A.: D. of L.
ROBERT I. HYDE-"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays
and confident tomorrows."
Chess Club '47: Swimming '47: B.A.A.
VIVIENNE IOAN IDEN-"Her eyes as stars of twilight fair:
like twilight too her dusky hair."
Bowling Club '45: Luncheon Club '45: French Club '46-'47:
Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45: Christmas Dance Dec. Comm.
'46: Band Follies '45-'46-'47: A Capella Choir '47: School
Quartet '47: D. of L. Representative '46: National Honor
DOROTHY LOUISE IFER-"Being all that she is and nothing
that she is not."
Chorus '45-'46: D. of I..
WILBUR C. ISLAM-"Upon his brow nature has written--
Boys' Bowling Club '46: B.A.A.
ROY LEE IACOBS-"What a fine world this would be if
gvirxone were as friendly as he."
BETH IOAN IARVIS-"lmpulsive, earnest and quick to act."
French Club '45-'46-'47: Science Club '45-'46-'47: Y Luncheon
Club '47: National Honor Society: D. of L.
ELVERA ONICE JOHNSON-"A sweet attractive kind of
grace: a full assurance given by looks."
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '45-'46-'47: Y
Luncheon Club '45-'46-'47: National Honor Society: D. of L.
LIENAHIOHNSON-"The mildest manners and the gentlest
lblobbyll Club '46: Y Luncheon Club '47: Cobustra Club '47:
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NAUM K. KAPILIATHIS-"Though small in stature, gigantic
A Capella Choir '47: B.A.A.
JOYCE I. KATZ-"Do well and right and let the world sink."
Y Luncheon Club '45-'46-'47: G.A.A. '4S: D. of L.
NYDA MARY KATZ-"Her eyes are deeper than the depths
gf wirfr stilled at evening."
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H. BRADLEY KEAGLE-"My idea of an agreeable person is
one who agrees with me."
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47: Student Council '45-'46-'47:
Spanish Club '46-'47: French Club '47: B.A.A., Board of
Control '46-'47: Swimming '45-'48-'47, Co-Captain '47: Cross-
flountxgy 1346: Band '45-'46-'47, Vice-President '47: Band Fol-
ies '4 -'4 .
WARREN V. KEATHLEY--"Burdens become light when cheer-
IOHN MAURY KEEDY-"Why hurry? The tortoise got there."
Latin Club '46: Usher Club '46: Spanish Club '4S: B.A.A.
VELDA MARIE KERR-"The sweetest garland to the sweetest
Spanish Club '45: Player's Club '46: Science Club '46: Band
'45-'46-'47: Hobby Club '47: Girls' Glee Club '46-'47: Bowling
Club '47: D. of L.
WAYNE WOOD KIGER-"Caesar was small, Napoleon was
small and I'm not so tall myself."
Usher Club '45-'48-'47: Player's Club '46-'47: Science Club
'46-'47: Political Science Club '47: B.A.A.
KATHRYN ANN KITLEY-"Silence in women is like speech
D. of L.
MARIAN HELEN KIVIN-"I bear a charmed life."
D. of L.
GERALD LEWIS KNAPP--"Good measure in both talent and
strength: on the football field we gasp at his length."
Football '45-'46-'47: Swimming '45: Student Council '45: ln-
tramural Basketball '45-'46-'47: Intramural Softball '46: B.A.A.
ROBERT BAXTER KNAPP-"Character is like a tree and
reputation like its shadow."
Intramural Softball '45-'46-'47: B.A.A.
MARY IO KNOWLES-"Nothing can keep this little girl
Band '45-'46: Orchestra '45: Y Luncheon '45-'46: C.A.P.C.
'45-'46: First Aid '47: Home Nursing '47: D. of L.
ALEX ELY KOGEN-"Good men are scarce."
CHARLES ELLSWORTH KOLB-"He is determined to suc-
Student Council '45-'46-'47: Pan American '45-'46: Swimming
'45-'46-'47: Spanish '46-'47: Science '46-'47: Golf '47: B.A.A.
PAUL JOSEPH KOMARCK-"He was full of ioke and jest."
Intramural Softball '45-'46-'47: Intramural Basketball '47:
IOAN WINIFRED KUEHNLE-"A horse, a horse, my kingdom
for a horse."
Player's Club '45-'46: Book Club '45-'46: Girls' State '4Gt
lunior-Senior Reception Comm. '46: I-Hop Publicity Comm.
'46: Student Council '47: Pan American Club '47: Iunior Play
'46: Paean Business Manager '47: National Honor Society:
D. of L.
BUD EARL LaBERTEAUX-"He was a gentleman on whom
we built absolute trust."
IOY EILEEN LAMPMAN-"She is the perpetual fountain of
Iunior Merchants '4S: National Honor Society: D. of L.
ROSEMARY ARCHER LEE-"She seemed to be a quiet lass
until we saw her out of c1ass."
Pan American Club '45: D. of L.
EUGENE H. LEITER-"As steady as a clock."
VIOLET LOUISE LEVITT-"She lives for the love of living."
Ping pong '46: G.A.A. '46: D. of L.
DONALD I-'URMAN LEVY-"His goal is set high and he will
Science Club '45: Reserve Football '45-'46: Reserve Basket-
ball '45-'46: Intramural Basketball '47: B.A.A.
BARBARA IEAN LEWIS-"l'm happy---what's wrong with
the rest of the wor1d."
French Club '45-'46: Pan American Club '45-'46: Player's
Club '45-'46: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45: Soph. Spring Swing
'45g May Party 45: Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '45: Soph.
Class Sec. '45: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Book Club '45-'46-'47,
Dec. '45-'46: D. ol L.
LLOYD FRANK LEWIS-"I'll be merry and free, I'll be sad
FRANKLYN CLARE LINDAUER-"His thoughts have a high
Boys' Bowling Club '46-'47: B.A.A.
RICHARD NEALE LINDAUER-"Behavior is a mirror in which
everyone shows his image."
Boys' Bowling Club '46-'47, Secretary: B.A.A.
ELFRIEDA MARIE LINDENFELSER-"A lovely girl is above
Junior Merchants Club '45-'46: D, of L,
BETTY SUE LINK-"There's a gleam of mischief in her
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '45-'46-'47: Book
Club '45-'46-'47, Vice-Pres. '45, Pres. '46: Science Club '46:
D. of L. Home Room Representative '46-'47: Fall Frolic Dec.
COITIIII. 245: Soph. Spring Swing '45: I-Hop Publicity Comm.
'46: Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '46: Senior Prom '47.
IQOXNAEARL LOCKWOOD-"Anything for a quiet life."
RICHARD LYLE LOUTIT-"Wit and humor belong to geniuses
Student Council '4G: Varsity Football '45-'46: Reserve Basket-
ball '45: Key Staff '46-'47: Band Follies '46-'47: I-Hop Tickets
and Publicity '45: Iunior-Senior Reception '45-'46: Science
Club '45: Intramural Basketball '44-'46-'47: Boys' State '4G:
Sophomore Football '44: B. C. Letterman's Club '47.
BETTY LOW-"Her heart is true as steel."
Chorus '48-'47: D. of L.
FLORENCE HELEN LOYER-"Your presence a blessing, your
friendship a truth."
MARGARET ELLEN LUDLOW--"A violet by a mossy bank,
half hidden from the eye."
D. of L.
WILLA MAE LYNN--"Haste thee my nymph, and bring
with thee jest and youthful iollityf'
Pan American Club '44-'45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '45-'46-'47:
Y-Luncheon Club '45-'46-'47: D. of L.
IOYCE DOREEN LYON-"An angel might have stooped to
see and bless her for her purity."
Y-Luncheon Club '46-'47: D. of L.
MAXINE ELEANOR MANLEY-"She who has a thousand
friends, has not a friend to spare."
Softball Team '46: Cobustra Club '47: D. of L.
GEORGE IOSEPH MARK!-IAM, IR.-"When it comes to ath-
letes, he is hard to excel."
Spanish '46-'47: Football '44-'45-'46, Captain '46: Swimming
'44-'45: Wrestling '47: Track '45-'46-'47: B.A.A. Board of
IANE ADDLINE MARKOVICH-"Her smile is light and airy
as the swallow's flight."
Latin Club '45-'45: Hobby Club '45-'46-'47: Horseback Riding
'45-'46-'47: Bowling '44-'45-'46-'47: Swimming '45-'46-'47: Base-
ball '45-'46: Science Club '45-'46g D. of L.
VIRGINIA LOUISE MARSHALL-"A beautiful girl is a pic-
ture which drives all who behold her mad."
Bowling '45-'46: Fall Frolic Dec. '46 Chairman: May Party
Dec. Comm. '46: Student Council '46: Queen's Court '46:
Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45: D. of L. Board.
HAROLD ROBERT MARTIN-"And when a woman's in the
case, you know all other things give place."
DAVID ERVIN MAT!-IERLY-"He is well paid who is well
Usher Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Vice-Pres. '46-'47: Player's Club
'45-'46-'47, Treas. '46-'47: Political Science '45-'46-'47: Science
Club '45-'46-'47: Iunior Play '4S: Band Follies '45-'46-'47:
I-Hop Orch. Comm. '46: Iunior-Senior Reception Orch. Comm.
'46: National Honor Society: B.A.A.
NAOMI RUTH MATHESON-"A child no more: a maiden
now: a graceful maiden with a gentle brow."
Players' Club '46-'47: G.A.A. '45-'46-'47: Senior Prom Dec.
Comm. '47: D. of L.
PATRICIA ANN MAURER-"Thrice welcome, darling of the
Cobustra Club '47: Chorus '45-'46: D. of L.
ANITA MAXIMOFF-"More than wisdom, more than care, a
merry heart that laughs at care."
Spring Swing '44: Fall Frolic '44-'45-'46: Christmas Formal
'45: I-Hop '46: May Dance '48-'47: Senior Prom '47: D. of L.
MARIE IRENE MAZUK-"She hath a natural wise sincerity."
D. of L.
MARY LOU MAZUK-"Her airs, her manners, all who saw
D. of L.
NORMA IEAN MCCONKEY-"Oh, be my friend and teach
me to be thine."
G.A.A. '45-'4S: D. of L.
DONNA LORRAINE MCCONNELL-"There is a lass I know.
and her voice is low and her face is fairer than dawn."
Science Club '44-'45-'46-'47: Latin Club '44-'45-'46-'47: Hobby
Club '46-'47: Y-Luncheon '48-'47: Usher Club '46-'47: A Ca-
pella Choir '46-'47: G.A.A. '44-'45-'46: D. of L.
IAMES ALLEN MCDERMID-"Of manners gentle. of affection
mild, in wit a man, simplicity a child."
Chorus '44-'45: B.A.A.
ELEANOR SUE MCDONALD- "Her goodness brightens
Y-Luncheon Club '45-'46-'47: Usher Club '46-'47: Hobby Club
'45-'46-'47: Science Club '46-'47: A Capella Choir '46-'47:
Ir. Play '47: Costume Comm. '46: Senior Class Sec. '46-'47:
Senior Prom '47: D. of L.
IOYCE ELAIN McGEE-"Happy and free from care is she,
always contented will she be."
Cobustra Club '47: National Honor Society: D. of L.
ROSEMARY MCHALE-"A merry heart hath made a cheer-
Entered '47, St. Phillip: VD. of L.
IEANNE MARIE MCLEAN--"She's fair, she's wondrous fair."
Pan American Club '47: Student Council '46-'47: Fall Frolic
'45-'46: I-Hop '45: May Party '45: G.A.A. '45: National Honor
Society: D. of L.
MARY IEANNE MCLEE-"The desire always to go forward."
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47: Spanish Club '46-'47, Treas-
urer '47: Usher Club '44-'45-'46-'47: Iunior-Senior Reception
'46: Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46:
Fall Frolic '46: Christmas Dance '4B: Senior Prom '47: Stu-
dent Council '47: National Honor Society: D. of L.
DORIS IEAN McNIEL-"A true friend when you need one."
D. o L.
CORA JEAN McRAE-"Raven hair and eyes to match a dis-
position that is bound to catch."
Fall Frolic '46: School Store '46-'47: Senior Prom '47: Y-Lunch-
eon '46-'47: D. of L. Representative '47.
IENNIE MEDICH-"Thy soul is not too high for lowly things."
Basketball '441 Softball '45: Volleyball '44-'45: Badminton '45:
Tennis '45: D. of L.
GROVER CLINTON MELLIN, IR.-"Time is never lost that
is devoted to work."
High School Band '44-'45-'46-'47: Band Follies Band '44-
ROBERT CLAYTON MELLIN-"There is no kind of thing in
the versal world, but what he can turn his hand to."
National Honor Society: B.A.A.
SHIRLEY ANN MELLIN-"Oh! spirits gay and kindly heart.
precious the blessings ye impart."
Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '48: Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '46:
Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: Paean Secretary '46-'47: D. of L.
HARRISON MAVEL MERCER-"A man of aspect seeming
stern, but jolly and studious in turn." 1
Science Club '45-'46-'47: Latin Club '45-'46-'47: Track Mgr. 46:
I-Hop Publicity Comm. '46: Hall Cadet '45-'4S: Basketball
Mgr. '46-'47: B.A.A.
IACQUELINE MERRIAM-"She'1l find a way."
D. of L.
LYNNE MILLAR-"Good natured as a girl can be. Sweet,
bright and full of iollity."
Band Follies '45-'46-'47: Players Club '45-'46-'47: Y-Luncheon
Club '47: Science Club '47: Fall Frolic '46: D. ot L.
DONALD LEWIS MILLER-"A heart all loyal, a soul all kind,
a cordial manner, a thoughtful mind."
GRAHAM LEE MINER-"A boy of unknown quality that only
those who know him see."
Soph. Football '44: B.A.A.
IOYCE ELAINE MONROE-"If everyone in the world had a
disposition like hers the world would be a brighter place."
Bowling Club '46: D. of L.
VERNA JEAN MONROE-"In the classroom or in the hall.
a welcome smile she has for all." I I
Y-Luncheon Club '45-'46-'47: Science Club 45-'46- 47: Players
Club '48-47: Political Science Club '46-'47: Band Follies 477
D. of L.
MARILYN FRANCES MONTGOMERY-"A maid of grace and
l t ' t ."
Llzrhlgreaugulis-316-'47: Players Club '45-'46-'47, Sec.. '46-'47:
Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45: Science Club '46-'47: lunior
Play '4S: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Senior Prom Comm. 47:
Pan American Club '47: Paean Feature Editor '47: Modern
Dance Club '47: Iunior-Senior Reception Comm. 46: Christ-
mas Play '47: Kazoo Assembly '47: D. of L.
ROBERT FRANK dMOORE-"Ready 'lor anything. W0l'k 01'
pl . I-Ie's a goo scout every ay. ' I D
Lacilfi Club '4B: Movie Prolector Club 45-47: Iumor Chess
Club '47: B.A.A.
DORIS ANITA MORRISON-"Always ready for work or play,
11 l ay."
?ff.T..:i-.e1l:. lC,Fd1l::X4g-F4,7iySeg., '47: student Council -45-'45-'47:
D. of L.
RAYMOND ROBERT MULDER-"A little nonsense now and
then is relished by the best of men."
ROSEANN MYERS-"Her very frowns are fairer far than the
smiles of other maidens are."
Y-Luncheon Club '46- 47: D. of L. k h t
A NEEDHAM-"T th se who now t ee no no
?vIo?tgu:cYrlfl paint, and those Svhooknow thee know all words
gxiftcgxgwing Dec. Comm. '45: Latin Club '46, Vice-Pres., '46:
French Club '47, Social Chairman '47: Senior Prom Dec.
Comm. '47: Paean Panel Editor '47: Modern Dance Club 47:
May Party Dec. Comm. '47: D. of L-
MARY NICOLA-"Bring a friend to everybody. She is every
Cl b '45-'46-'47: Girls' Basketball '45-'47: Girls" Bowl-
i5iLgbbClubll46-'47: Girls' Softball '46: Home Nursing 46-47:
National Honor Society '47: D. of L.
EMAIENE LUCILE NOON-"Vim, vigor and vitality are three
of her good qualities."
Usher lub '45-'46-'47, C.A.P.C. '46, G.A.A. '45-'46-'47, Basket-
ball 46- 46- 47: Bowling '47: Softball '45-'46-'47: Volleyball
45-.46-47: Home Nursing '47, Orchestra '46, National Honor
Society '47, D. of L.
MARGENE ANN NORRIS-"Always very full of fun, ready
to help everyone."
Fall' Frolic Dec. Comm. '46, Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '46,
Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47, D. of L.
ALBERT NUNNALLY-"His silence is golden."
IOFIN' W. OESCH--"My home is heaven, I'm here on a
Tennis '44-'45-'46-'47, Swimming '45-'46-'47, Iunior Class
Treas., '45-'46, Iunior Play '46, Players Club '45-'46-'47,
Band '44-'45-'46-'47, A Capella Chorus '45-'46-'47, Pres..
'46-'47, Mixed Quartet '47, I-Hop Comm. '46, Band Follies
ROBERT LEE OGDEN-"He talks little but thinks much."
Football '45, B.A.A.
DONALD E. OLDER-"A quiet man, but quite a man."
Track '44-'45-'46, B.A.A.
KENNETH CHARLES OLSEN-"A welcome smile for every-
IANICE LEE OSBORN-"A girl worth meeting. Her words
French Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Sec., '46, Pan American Club
'45-'46-'47, Iunior Merchants Club '46-'47, Sec., '46, Fall
Frolic Dec. Comm. '44, Scholastic Art Award '47, May Party
Dec. Comm. '45, National Honor Society '47, D. of L.
SHIRLEY IEAN OSTER-"Fun and laughter makes her days
bright and joyful always."
Key Staff '45-'46-'47, Literary Editor '46, Editor-in-Chief '46-'47,
Book Club '45-'46, Usher Club '45-'46-'47, Sec., '46-'47,
Y-Luncheon Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Sec., '45-46, Pres., '46-'47,
Student Council '45-'46-'47, Badminton '46, Science Club
'45-'46-'47, Christmas Dance '45, Christmas Dance Pub.
Comm. '46, Senior Prom '47, C.A.P. '45-'46, Personnel Officer:
Quill and Scroll '46-'47, Commencement Comm. '47, Na-
tional Honor Society '47, D. of L.
ROBERT ADDISON OWEN-"Many great men were bashful
Reserve Football '45, Cross-Country '46, Reserve Basketball
'44-'45, Varsity Basketball '45-'46, Baseball '45-'46-'47, Co-
Captain '47, B. C. Varsity Lettermen's Club '46-'47, Intra-
mural Basketball '44-'45-'46-'47, B.A.A.
REX MEARI. OWENS--"Good manners are the small coin
MAXINE MARIE PADDOCK-"Nor bold nor shy nor short
nor tall, but a pleasant medium of them all."
Spring Swing '45, Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45-'46, May Dance
Dec. Comm. '46, Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47, D. of L.
DOFIS MARIE PARMELEE-"She is nicest as her own sweet
Usher Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Political Science '44-'45, Science
Club '45-'46-'47, Latin Club '45-'46-'47, Y-Luncheon Club
'46-'47, Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47, D. of L. Representative
'46-'47, National Honor Society '47, D. of L.
RICHARD ROBERT PEACOCK-"A man of might we know
full well. He's fair and square we all can tell."
Usher Club '46-'47, B.A.A.
MARIAN GENE PEASLEE-"Pardon me, I have a date with
Pan American Club '44-'47, Spanish Club '45-'47: Science
Club '45-'47, Usher Club '45-'47, Players Club '46-'47, G.A.A.
'45-'46, Swimming '45, Iunior Play Properties Comm. '46,
Iunior-Senior Reception Comm. '46, Paean Board '47, Na-
tional Honor Society '47, D. of L.
IOYCE ANN PELTO-"Iolly and full of pep is she, her mid-
dle name is vivacity."
Players Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Science Club '45-'46-'47, Book
Club '46-'47, Modern Dance Club '47, Student Council '44,
Band Follies '45-'46, National Honor Society, D. of L.
BEVERLY ANN PERKINS-"Quiet until you know her."
Igani American Club '45-'46-'47, Spanish Club '45-'46-'47,
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IOHNNIE GENE PERRY-"You speak for yourself Iohn, our
words seem useless."
Football '44-'45-'46, Basketball '45, Track '45-'46-'47, B. C.
Lettermen's Club '46-'47, B.A.A.
IUANITA MAE PETERS-"A welcome smile for everyone."
Student Council '45, D. of L.
MARY ,IANE PICKLE-"Her words are simple, her soul
Girls Bowling Club '46-'47, D. of L.
MARILYN PIO-"Merrily, merrily, shall I live now."
D. of L.
Club '45-'46-'47, Science Club '46, D. of L.
'45, D. of L.
POTZNER-"An eye like mars, to threaten
Usher Club '45-'46, D. of L.
VIRGINIA LOU PRATT-"A daughter of the Gods, divinely
tall and most divinely fair."
Spanish Club '46-'47, Pan American Club '46-'47, Student
Council '46, Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45, I-Hop Dec. Comm.
'46, Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '46, Chairman, Backdrop Comm.,
Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47, Chairman, Sidewalls Comm.,
D. of L. Representative '45, D. of L.
50:2 E. RABBITT-"He must be known to be appreciated."
LAI? ARTHUR RAUB-" 'Tis noble to be good."
BEVERLY IEAN RECTOR-"Full of sweet indifference."
Iunior Merchants '46-'47, Treas., D. of L.
IACQUELINE MAE REID-"Witty and clever she's right iolly
Usher Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Pan American Club '45-'46-'47:
Spanish Club '45-'46-'47, Student Council '46-'47, Fall Frolic
Dec. Comm. '45-'47, Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47, Iunior-
Senior Reception Comm. '46, Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '44I
I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46, D. of L.
HARMON EARL REYNOLDS-"A grown up boy all set for
B. C. Lettermen's Club '47, Varsity Football '45-'46, Intra-
mural Basketball '45-'46-'47, Intramural Softball '45-'46-'47:
Band '45-'46, Iunior-Senior Reception Comm. '46, B.A.A.
MERLE EDWIN REYNOLDS-"Who soweth good seed shall
Intramural Softball '44-'45-'46, Intramural Football '44-'45,
Hobby Club '46, Student Council '46, B.A.A.
ISARRELL ALAN RHEYNARD-"Industry need not wish."
PHYLLIS MARIE RICHARDS-"She has a winning way, a
joyful look, and ever finished what she undertook."
Usher Club '45-'46-'47, G.A.A. Board of Control '45-'46-'47,
Secretary '45-'47, Bowling Club '45-'46-'47: Volleyball Club
'45-'46-'47, Badminton Club '45-'47, Basketball Team '45-
'46-'47, Baseball '45-'46-'47, Ping Pong '45-'46-'47, Swimming
'45-'46i.'47, C.A.P.C. '45-'46, National Honor Society '47,
D. o .
CHESTER ALTO RICHLIE-"No man is wiser, for his warn-
ing, wit, and wisdom are born with a man."
Pan American Club '44-'45, Science Club '45-'46, Intramural
Basketball '45-'46-'47, Intramural Softball '45-'46, Intramural
Football '45-'46, Basketball '44-'45, B.A.A.
DUANE LUMAN ROBINSON-"I am sure care is an enemy of
Intramural Softball '45-'46, B.A.A.
EDITH MAE ROBINSON-"A girl with a purpose in life."
Girl Reserves '45-'46-'47, Treasurer, D. of L.
HELEN LOUISE ROBINSON-"When from her lips the laugh-
ter springs, gladness to all our hearts it brings."
G.A.A. '45-'46-'47, Y-Luncheon Club '47, Student Council '45,
Horseback Riding Club '45, Christmas Dance Dec. Comm.
'46, Fall Frolic '46, Iunior-Senior Reception Comm. '46, Senior
Prom '47, Christmas Play '46, D. ot L.
IACQUELINE MARIE ROBINSON-"She shall always be
known for her sweetness."
Y-Luncheon Club '46-'47: G.A.A. '45-'46-'47: Latin Club '47,
Pan American Club '47, Halloween Hop Dec. Comm. '47,
Iunior-Senior Reception Comm. '46, Paean Feature Editor
'46-'47, D. of L.
LYNN LEO ROBINSON-"I will find a way or make one."
Hi-Y Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Football '45-'46, Student Council
CHARLES HAROLD ROGERS-"To be a well favored man is
a gift of fortune."
A Capella Choir '46-'47, B.A.A.
GERALDINE ELEANOR ROGERS-"Great souls are not cast
down by adversity."
Latin Club '46, Science Club '46-'47, D. of L.
DOROTHY ELVIRA ROSINE-"A girl whom we must ad-
mire, for she has all which we desire."
Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45-'46, D. of L. Style Show '46, Latin
Club '46, Secretary, I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46, Christmas Dance
Dec. Clomm. '46, Senior Prom '47, D. of L. Representative '45,
D. of .
HUGH CRAIG ROSS-"The world knows not its greatest
Swimming Team '44-'45-'46-'47, Reserve Football '44, Stu-
dent Council '45-'46, Tennis Team '47, National Honor So-
MARY LOUISE ROSS-"Truth needs no color."
Bowling Club '45-'46, Baseball '45-'47, D. of L.
FLORENCE I. ROWDEN-"A heart that will be ever kind, a
good deed she can always find."
Cobustra Club '46-'47, Band '45-'46, D. oi L.
DONOVAN LLEWELLYN ROYAL-"Some think the world was
made for fun and frolic, and so do I."
Varsity Lettermen's Club '46-'47, Football '44-'45-'46, Swim-
ming '44-'45-'46-'47, Track '45-'46-'47, Boy's State '46, Senior
Board '46-'47, French Club '45-'46, Science Club '45-'46,
lgyiog-iexior Reception Comm. '46, Commencement Comm.
ETHEI. MAE RUBLE--"I'll say she looks as clean as morn-
ing roses newly washed with dew."
National Honor Society '47, D. ot L.
EJAKIQIIN RUSH-"Handsome is as handsome does."
ELINOR IEAN SACKETT-"True as the needle to the north
pole or as the dial to the sun."
Latin Club '46-'47: Political Science Club '45-'46, Science Club
'46, Y-Luncheon Club '46-'47, I-Hop Ticket Comm. '46, D. of L.
Representative '46, Mav Dance Dec. Comm. '46, D. of L.
LAUREN KING SACKRIDER-"No sinner, nor a saint per-
haps but-well the very best of chaps."
Boy's State '45, Political Science Club '47, Intramural Base-
Bcgll 14?-X6-'47, Intramural Basketball '47: Y-Dance Board
'4 : . . .
IOSEPI-I NICHOLAS SAITAR-"A favorite toy of this bold
man was a football via the gridiron plan."
Varsity Lettermen's Club '47, Vice-Pres., '47, Football '45-'46,
Baseball '45-'46-'47, Student Council '45-'46, Intramural
Basketball '45-'46-'47, Iunior Class Pres., '46, Iunior-Senior Re-
ception Comm. '46: National Honor Society '47: B.A.A.
ROBERT LOUIS SCHLUBATIS-"Come get me girls, I'll
Spanish Club '45-'46, Pan American Club '44-'45-'46, B.A.A.
MARY LOU SCHRAM-"A disposition kind and sweet, a
ioy to all that she may meet."
Usher Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Spanish Club '45-'46-'47: Pan
American Club '44-'45-'46-'47: D. of L. Representative '46-'47,
Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '45, Iunior-Senior Reception
gomrni 46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47, Band Follies '44,
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ALBERT SCHWENCER--"A heart so kind, a friend so true, is
seldom met the whole world through."
Pan American Club '44-'45-'46, Spanish Club '45-'46, Science
Club '46-'47, Treas., '47, Student Council '47, National Honor
Society '47, B.A.A.
RALPH- IRVING SELBY-"He possesses a peculiar talent for
producing effect in whatever he does or says."
Political Science Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Pres., '46-'47, Science
Club '46-'47, Players Club '46-'47, French Club '45-'46g Var.
sity' Lettermen's Club '46-'47, Mich. U.S. Forensic Assn.,
'45-'46-'47, B0y's State '44-'45, Debate '46-'47, Football '44-
45- 46, Reserve Basketball '44-'45, Cross-Country '46, Track
'44-'45-'46-'47, National Honor Society '47, B.A.A.
EAKLRH ALLEN SHAFER-"Ambition has no rest."
EVELYN IUNE SHAFFER-"Bright and cheerful, loving fun
always well her duties done." '
Y-Luncheon Club '44-'45, D. of L.
IRENE DORIS SHAY-"To know her is a liberal education."
G.A.A. Softball '46, Cobustra Club '47, National Hoi-my 50.
ciety '47, D. of L.
MARY IOSEPHINE SHERBURNE-"A jolly good scout just
Prim full ol pep. You'll have to go some to keep in step
Players Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Vice Pres., '47, Spanish Club
'46-'47, Pres., '47, Y-Luncheon Club '45-'46-'47, Vice Pres.,
'47, Orchestra '44-'45-'46-'47, Sec., '47, Pan American Club
'44-'45-'46-'47, Alunior Play '46, Iunior-Senior Reception Comm.
'46, Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '46, Senior Play Prompter '46,
Halloween Hop '45-'46, Band Follies '44-'46-'47, Kazoo Pep
Assembly '48-'47, Christmas Play '45, Key Staff '46-'47,
Senior Prom Pub. Comm. '47, D. of L.
K. SHERMAN-"Trust him not that he seems a
Football '44-'45-'46, Intramural Basketball '44-'46-'47, B.A.A.
IQREDERICK is-IOFILDICE-"I've had my moments."
Wlmmmq' -' -' , unior National Chami ' '
'rmck '47, B.A.A. P onshlp Relay'
CURTIS WILLIAM SIMMONS-"Dignity without deceit."
Swimming '45-'46-'47, Players Club '45-'46, Ad. Staff of Key
'45-'46-'47, Band '45-'46, Track '46-'47, Intramural Baseball
'45-'46, I-Hop Comm. '46, Spring Swing Comm. '45, B.A.A.
KENNETH CLAIR SIMMONS-"As a stepper full of pep, he
can be sure to win the bet."
Usher Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Hi-Y Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Treasurer
'45, Science Club '45-'46, Key Staff '45-'46-'47, Bus. Manager
'48-'47, Reserve Football '45, Varsity Football '46, Basket-
ball '45-'46-'47, French Club '45-'46, Varsity Lettermen's
Club '46-'47, Quill and Scroll '47, Intramural Baseball '45.
'46-'47, Intramural Basketball '44-'45-'46, National Honor So-
ciety '47, B.A.A.
GARTI-I EUGENE SINGER-"Quiet and reserved is he."
Usher Club '44-'45, Hi-Y Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Treas., '45-'46,
Sec., '46-'47, Intramural Baseball '46-'47, Tennis Team '46-'47,
A Capella Choir '46-'47, B.A.A.
IOHN RICHARD SIVER-"A gentleman and a scholar."
Usher Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Players Club '46-'47, French Club
gig-'47, Band Follies '46, Iunior Play '46, Golf Team '47,
DOROTHY MAE SMITH-"An easy friend to meet and keep."
Usher Club '46, Science Club '46, D. of L.
FRANCES LEE SMITH-"You can always rely on her."
Horseback Riding Club '45, Band Follies Make-up '46, Play-
egg Cgubi'g5-'46, May Party Dec. Comm. '46, Christmas Play
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TIILLFRED CLESSON SMITH-"On the football field he never
Football '44-'45-'46, Swimming '44-'45-'46-'47, Co-Captain
'46-'47, Track '46-'47, Student Council '46-'47, Varsity Letter-
rzieng glib '46-'47, Pan American Club '45-'46, Spanish Club
'6, . . .
IOYCE IOHANNA SMITH-"lust keep cool and calm, don't
Political Science Club '45-'46-'47, Players Club '46-'47,
Y-Luncheon Club '45-'47, Iunior-Senior Reception Comm. '46,
EI-lop LPub. Comm. '46, Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45-'46,
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HUGH ALAN SPAULDING-"All the world is a stage and
I'm acting up."
Usher Club '45-'46-'47, Hi-Y Club '45-'46-'47, Wrestling '47,
gelrlirgs '47, Intramural Softball '45-'46-'47, Band '45-'46-'47:
VELMA ROSETTA SPRIGGS-"True to herself, true to her
friends, true to her duties always."
Modern Dance Club '47, Girls Glee Club '45-'46-'47, Girl
Reserves '45. Sec., '45, D. of L.
NANCY ANNE SPRINGER-"Maybe not great in affairs of
state, but in affairs of society, oh boy!"
Usher Club '45-'46-'47, I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46, Senior Prom
Dec. Comm. '47, D. of L.
NANCY IRENE SPROULL-"She's pretty to walk with, witty
to tcilk with. and pleasant to think on." W
D. o L. '
BERNARD EUGENE SQUIRES-"Bright eyes, keen interest.
and zip a hustler with a steady grip."
Science Club '45-'46-'47, Basketball '44-'45-'46-'47, Football
'45, Intramural Softball '45-'46, Student Council '47, Iunior-
Senior Reception Comm. '46, Intramural Football '44-'46,
NETTIE YVVONNE SQUIRES-"As nice a person as one
D. of L.
RICHARD LEO STAMBACH-"A serious look, a quiet na-
Band '45-'46-'47, B.A.A.
MARY IOAN STEVENS-"She makes the best of opportun-
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47, Spanish Club '46-'47, Science
Club '45-'46, Y-Luncheon Club '45-'46-'47, Halloween Hop
'46, G.A.A. '45-'46-'47, D. of L.
THOIVIAS IOSEPH STEVENSON-"Oh, these baseball he-
Basketball '44, Football '45, Baseball '45-'46-'47, Student
Council '45, Intramural Basketball '46-'47, B.A.A.
IOYCE HANNAH STIMPSON- "Dignified is my middle
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47, Spanish Club '46-'47,
Frolic Dec. Comm. '45, Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. ,
D. of L. Representative: D. of L.
DONALD EARL STINE-"His smile is his greatest asset."
Football '44-'45-'46, Science Club '45, Pan American Club
'44-'45-'46, Band Follies '47, Christmas Assembly '46, Pan
American Assembly '45-'46-'47, Iunior Play Bus. Mgr. '46,
Student Council '46, Chairman Interior and Exterior Comm.:
Spanish Club '45-'46, Varsity Lettermen's Club '46-'47, Band
'45, Paean Business Mgr. '48-'47, I-Hop Ticket Comm. '46,
Intramural Softball '45-'46-'47, B.A.A.
BILLIE MAE STOUT-"A merry heart prompts merry laugh-
Cobustra Club '47, D. of L.
MARIQN STOUT-"Her smile will carry her far."
D. of .
RICHARD EZRA STOUT-"Nature formed but one such man."
Student Council '45-'46, Display Comm. Chairman, Players
Club '46, Y-Dance Board '46, Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '46i
MARGARET STRABBING-"If music be the food of love,
play on, give me excess of it."
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47, Vice-Pres., '47, Spanish Club
'46-'47, Pan American Assembly '46, Band '44-'45-'46-'47, Sec.,
'45-'46, Key Staff '46-'47, National Honor Society '47, D. of L.
DONALD EARL SWAN-"Every man is best known to him-
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47, Spanish Club '46-'47, Science
Club '47, B.A.A.
ANDREW DEAN SWANK-"When fortune smiles on thee
take the advantage."
Varsity Lettermen's Club '46-'47, Football '46-'47, Reserve
Football '45-'46, B.A.A.
HAROLD LEWIS SWARTZ-"A good disposition is more
valuable than gold." h
Bowling Club '45-'46-'47, Baseball '46-'47, Spanish Club
'45-'46, Science Club '46-'47, B.A.A.
LULA MAE SWEET-"There'll come a day."
D. of L.
SALLIE IEAN SYMONS-"To be merry becomes you for out
of question you were born in a merry hour."
French Club '45-'46-'47, Book Club '45-'46-'47, Modern Dance
Club '47, D. of L. Board, Treas., '45-'47, Student Council '46,
Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '44-'45, May Party Dec. Comm. '45,
Sophomore Vice-Pres., '44-'45, Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '477
Girl's State '46, Scholastic Art Award: D. of L.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT-"They can conquer who believe
Football '46, Bowling Club '46-'47, Student Council '47, Youth
Bldg. Comm. '47, Band '44-'45-'46-'47, B-A-A.
ERICATALBOT-"Trust and they will be true to you."
GEORGE TASSOPULOS--"I wish they'd left poor Adam's rib
Intramural Softball '46, Intramural Football '45, Intramural
Basketball '46-'47, B.A.A.
ALICE IOANNE TAYLOR-"What's gone and what's past
should be past grief."
Bowling Club '45, Tennis Club '46, G.A.A. '45, D. of L..
MARY IANE THIESEN-"She is liked among her friends."
BARBARA ANNE THOMAS-"She will always have friends
wherever she goes." .
Y-Luncheon Club '44-'45-'46, Vice-Pres.. '45, Fall Frolic Dec.
Comm. '45-'46, Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '45, Bowling
Club '44-'46, Science Club '46, Modern Dance Club '47:
Halloween Hop '45-'46, Pan American Club '46, l-Hop Dec.
Comm. '46: May Dance Dec. Comm. '45, D. of L. H
ROBIN MAURICE THOMAS-"Beware I may yet be great.
Iunior Merchants '46-'47, Intramural Basketball '46-'47, Intra-
mural Football '46: B.A.A. .
LOIS AILEEN THOMPSON-"Of manners gentle of affections
Y-Luncheon Club '45, Hobby Club '47, Girls Glee Club
'46-'47, D. of L.
IOANNE LOUISE THOMSON-"Always a friend to those who
Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45-'46, Christmas Dance Dec. Comm.
'45-'46, May Dance '45-'46-'47, I-Hop Dec. Cornm. '46, Iunior-
Senior Reception Dec. Comm. '46, Spring Swing Dec. Comm.
'45, D. of L. Representative '46-'47, D. of L. - -
MODRELLE LOUISE TI-IORNSBERRY-"Quiet and knowing is
Hobby Club '46, D. of L.
CONSTANCE IEAN TINDOL-"Always ready, ever steady,
who could ask for more." I
Pan American Club '46-'47, Spanish Club '47, G.A.A. 45,
Junior-Senior Reception Comm. '46, Science Club '45, I-Hop
Ticket Comm. '46, D. of L.
ROBERT WILLIAM TRAUT-"Silence is better than explan-
lntramural Softball '45-'46, Intramural Football '45, National
Honor Focietvi B.A.A. - H
BETTY LOUISE TROUTFETTER-"She'd put pep in pepper.
May Party Dec. Comm '45-'46, Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. 462
I-Hop Dec. and Band Comm. '46, Student Council '46, Chorus
'45-'47, Bowling Club '45, National Honor Society, D. of L.
WINIFRED IEAN TRUMAN-"She does all things well."
D. o L.
WENDELI. KEITH TUNGATE-"Man of few words but great
Intramural Basketball '46-'47: Intramural Football '46: B.A.A.
CAROLYN IEAN URE-"Pretty and sweet, what a combin-
Band Follies '44-'47: D. of L.
VIRGINIA LEE URE-"Life is short without sports."
D. of L.
IOYCELMAE VAN AMAN-"Speak little, do much."
D. o. .
FREDEPICK GEORGE VAN ASPEREN-"What's the use of
Intramural Softball '46: Intramural Football '45-'4S: Intra-
mural Basketball '4S-'47: Iunior Merchants '46-'47: B.A.A.
I-IUBERT EUGENE VANDEBURG-"What? No girls in heaven?
Then just leave me here."
Varsity Lettermen's Club '48-'47: Intramural Basketball
'44-'45: Intramural Softball '45-'46-'47: Intramural Football
'45-'46-'47: Capt.. Varsity Basketball '45-'46-'47: Band '44-
MARIAN IEAN VANDER VEEN-"Saying and doing have
quarreled and parted."
Iunior Merchants '46: D. of L.
VIRGINIA VAN WAGNER-"Love cannot well be hid."
D. of L.
MARILYN LOUISE WIEDERHOLD VAN WAGNER-"Taken--
isn't a shame?"
Student Council '44: Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. '44: Fall
Frolic Dec. Comm. '45: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Key Staff
'44-'45-'46: French Club '44-'45-'46: Senior Pin and Ring
Comm.: Band Follies '45-'46-'47: A Capella Choir '47: Pan
American Club '46: Quartet Accompanist '47: Iunior-Senior
Reception Comm. '46: Spring Swing '45: May Party '45-'46:
National Honor Society: D. of L.
ARDIS D. VANWORMER-"Known to all. and to all a
D. of L.
FLORENCE ONAMEEGA VARNER-"Always a friend to those
who know her."
D. of L.
IOHN PHILLIP VAST BINDER-"Gentlemen are rare these
Sciznce Club '46-'47: Hobby Club '47: Intramural Basketball
'45-'47: Reserve Basketball '45: Tennis '45-'46-'47, Captain
'47: Intramural Softball '45: National Honor Society: B.A.A.
GORDON LLOYD YOUNG VERITY-"A fellow with both
manners and intelligence."
Varsity Letterman's Club '47: Latin Club '46: Science Club
'46: Swimming '46-'47: Cross-Country Team '46: National
Honor Society: B.A.A.
RICHARD EDWARD VINCENT-"Sometimes I just sit and
think, and sometimes I just sit."
Track '46-'47: Intramural Softball '45-'46: B.A.A.
BONNIE IOYCE VOORHEIS-"A really nice person to know."
D. of L.
CHARLES S. WALKER, IR.-"His heart as far from fraud as
heaven from earth."
A Capella Choir '45-'46-'47: Intramural Softball '44-'45: In-
tramural Football '44-'45-'46: Intramural Basketball '44-'45-
'46-'47: Track '46: B.A.A.
ELLA IEAN WALKER-"Full of pep and ready to go."
D. of L.
MANUEL LORENZO WALKER-"What direction is he turn-
ing his talents and abilities?"
Hobby Club '46, Pres., '46: Vice-Pres., '47: Political Science
Club, Treas., '47: Players Club '47: Science Club '46-'477
Paean Art Editor '47: Intramural Softb-rll '45-'46: Intramural
Football '44-'46: Intramural Basketball '44-'45-'46-'47: Na-
tional Honor Society: B.A.A.
EUGENE ALLEN WALLACE-"We live to work and play."
Baseball Mgr.. '46: Sottball '45-'46, Intramural Capt.. '46: In-
tramural Basketball '46-'47: Intramural Football '45: B.A.A.
MARTHA IOHANNAH WALLACE-"She is as constant as the
Girls Glee Club '46-'47: G.A.A. '45: D. of L.
SHIRLEY MAY WALLACE-"Gentle and kind."
A Capella Choir '45-'46-'47: Y-Luncheon Club '46-'47: lunior-
Senior Reception Comm. '46: Iunior I-Hop '4B: G.A.A. '45:
Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45: D. of L.
NANCYLEE WALSWORTH-"As a talker she can't be beat,
her speed takes you off your feet."
Fall Frolic '44-'45-'46, Ch'tirman '4S: May Party '45-'46-'47,
Chairman '46-'47: D. of L. Board Vice-Pres., '46-'47: Orch.
'44-'45-'46-'47, Treas., '46, Pres., '47: Pan American Club
'46-'47: Spring Swing '45: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '4S: Iunior-
Senior Reception Comm. '46: Senor Board Member '46-'47:
Commencement Comm. '47: D. of L.
ROBERT ALTON WALTER-"Nothing common can seem
worthy of him."
Bowling Club '47, Treas.: Swimming Team '46-'47: B.A.A.
ERDINE LORRAINE WARREN-"She seems to know just
what you like. and always happens those things to strike."
Pan American Club '45-'46-'47, Treas., '46-'47: Spanish Club
'46-'47: May Party Dec. Comm. '4S: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46:
lunior-Senior Reception Comm. '46:Paean Panel Editor '47:
Key Staff '45-'46-'47: Senior Prom Dec. Comm. '47: Spring
Swing Dec. Comm. '45: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '46: D. of L.
Representative '45-'48: Quill and Scroll '47: National Honor
Society: D. of L.
RICHARD ALBERT WASS-"Here's a lad we'll all agree
takes his lessons seriously."
Hi-Y Club '47: National Honor Society: B.A.A.
LARRY G. WATSON-"He's a jolly good fellow."
Usher Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Treas., '46-'47: Science Club '45-'46:
Swimming Team '45-'46-'47: B.A.A.
RICHARD CHARLES WEAKLEY-"Eager to greet any task
and have it done."
Hi-Y Club '44-'45-'46-'47, Treas., '46-'47: Spanish Club '45-'46:
Tennis Team '46: Intramural Softball '46: Intramural Basket-
ball '46-'47: B.A.A.
IoANN' ROGERS WEDEL-"As a musician Iew are her
Band '44-'45-'48-'47: Sophomore Spring Swing Dec. Comm.
'45: D. of L. Representative '45-'46-'47: Christmas Dance Dec.
Comm. '45: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '45-'46: Senior Prom Dec.
Comm. '47: D. of L.
giCgtR WELLINGTON-"Live wires are seldom stepped on."
gAR??.RA IOAN WEIGLEIN-"Efficiency and personality."
NANCY ANNE WEISS-"Anxious to help. she's always fair,
loving kind. and on the sguare."
D. of L. Board Member '45-'46, Pres., '47: Latin Club '4S: Sci-
ence Club '47: Bowling Club '45-'46-'47: Modern Dance Club
'47: Student Council '45-'47: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '46-'47,
Gen. Chairman '47: May Party Dec. Comm. '46-'47, Gen.
Chairman '47: D.A.R. Good Citizen '47: B.A.A. '45-'46-'47:
National Honor Society: D. of L.
BETTY LOU WERTZ-"Though she is little and not very tall,
you can't help liking her best of all."
May Party Dec. Comm. '45-'47: Student Council '46-'47,
Corres. Sec., '46: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Christmas Dance
Dec. Comm. '46: Iunior Play Properties Comm. '46: Queen's
Court '46: D. of L. Style Show '46: Fall Frolic Dec. Comm. '46:
Assembly Comm. Chairman '46-'47: Iunior-Senior Reception
Comm. '46: Paean Board Secretary '46-'47: Spring Swing
Dec. Comm. '45: D. of L.
DEBORAH MAY WHITE-"Golden qualities attract lasting
Usher Club '45-'46-'47: A Capella Choir '46-'47: C.C.C. Club
'45-'48-'47, Treas., '46: D. of L.
JEAN WIDEMAN-"Of manners gentle. of affections
Phyllis Wheatly Girl Reserves '44-'45-'46-'47, Sec., '44, Vice-
Pres., '44-'45, Pres., '45-'47: Interclub Council Rep. '44-'45-
'46-'47: Interracial Council Rep. '44: D. of L.
RONALD IOHN WILKINS-"He is a fellow game for every-
Varsity Lettermen's Club '46-'47: Cross-Country '46-'47:
Basketball '45-'46: Track '45-'46-'47: B.A.A.
DONNA IEAN WILKINS-"Her friends are made by her
Latin Club '45-'46-'47: Science Club '45-'46-'47: Political Sci-
ence Club '45-'46-'47, Vice-Pres.. '46-'47: Players Club '45-
'46-'47: Student Council '46: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Hal-
loween Hop '4t5: Y-Luncheon Club '46-'47: Fall Frolic Dec.
Comm. '44-'45-'4S: Band Follies '46-'47: D. of L.
EVELYN MAE WILKINSON-"A modest maiden with deep
A Capella Choir '46-'47: D. of L.
IEYI-LERARTHUR WILLBUR-"Quiet little man."
BPRBARA MAE WILLIAMS-"It is nice to be liked by peo-
Iunior Merchants '45-'46: D. of L.
LYNN WILLIAMS '
MARIYHLOUISE WILLIAMS-"Eyes like stars. teeth like
D. of L. Rep. '45-'46: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Iunior Class
Secretary '46: Cobustra Club '47, Treas.: May Party Dec.
Comm. '46: Horseback Riding Club '45: D. of L.
gIg"1IiN WILSON-"Silence is better than a crown."
GORDON WIREMAN-"Lessons don't bother me. Neither do
gating Club '44-'45: Softball Noon Hour League '45-'46-'47:
DOROTHY MAE WISE-"There's never a dull moment with
Players Club '46-'47: Softball '45-'4G: Swimming Club '46-'47:
gaslgeiball '47: Volleyball '46: A Capella Choir '46-'47:
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CHARLES GILBERT WOLFE-"We live to work and play."
Spanish Club '44-'45: Student Council '46: Wrestling '47:
Scholastic Art Award: B.A.A.
PAMELA CLINTON WOOD-"Always doing what she is
supposed to do."
Student Council '44-'47: French Club '45-'46: Modern Dance
Club '47: I-Hop Dec. Comm. '46: Senior Prom Dec. Comm.
'47: Players Club '44-'45: D. of L.
IOANNE BEVERLY WRIGHT-"l'll be merry. l'll be glad. but
one thing sure. l'll not be sad."
Pan American Club '45-'46: Spanish Club '46: Fall Frolic
Dec. Comm. '44-'45: Spring Swing Dec. Comm. '45: Iunior-
Senior Reception Comm. '46: Volleyball '44-'46: Bowling
Club '44: Science Club '44-'45-'46: A Capella Choir '46-'47:
Table Tennis Finals '46: Swimming '44: I-Hop Pub. Comm.
'46: May Dance Dec. Comm. '45: D. of L.
SHIRLEY ANNE YATES-"Good natured and a friend to all."
Spanish Club '46-'47: Pan American Club '46-'47: Usher
Club '47: Hobby Club '46: Tennis '46: Badminton '46-'47:
C.A.P.C. '45-'46: Bowling Club '45-'46-'47: Horseback Rid-
ing Club '45: Student Council '45: Assembly Comm. I-Hou
Comm. '46: Basketball '45-'46-'47: Volleyball '45-'47: Baseball
'45-'-16: D. of L.
LOUISE YENGST-"A disposition as bright as sunlight."
D. of L.
SLIGELRUTH YEPEZ-"Always a kind word for everyone."
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gnnizsfartus MARTHA roms-"Lite is short and so am I."
M'Yii'r1is ELAINE roi-rn:-"A modest maid um I."
D. o .
RICHARD GARRIOTT YUNT-"God save the King and l'll
save the Queen!"
Band '44-'45-'48-'47: Student Council Alternate '46: B.A.A.
WILLIAM IOI-IN ZIELINSKI-"Who me! afraid of girls?"
Cheerleader '46-'47: Iunior Merchants '47, Vice-Pres., '47:
Shirley Mellin . . . cute Kas a bug's
earl . . . conscientious Cas a studentf
, . . capable las one of the Paean
Bcard's secretariesl . . .
Helen Earl . . . grand girl . . .
line job as Senior class Vice Pres..
and Key Staffer . . . big future
ahead . . .
Pat Anderson . . . Madame Presi-
dent . . . sincere . . . good friend...
Iackie Crippen . . . Editor of Paean
'47 . . . Writes Kitty. not Katty . . .
happy kid . . ,
Marilyn Montgomery . . . Paean
Feature Editor . . . quiet but friendly
...nice smile . ..
Iean Clark . . . Girl's Sports Editor
who did a grand job . . . likes trum-
pet players . . . and sports . . .
Ioan Kuehnle . . . sharp Business
Manager . . . favors horses to men
. . . and who could blame her . . .
Nancy Weiss . . . DAR good citi-
zen . . . D. of L. mainstay . . .
smart . . .
Bud Cowell . . . Activity Editor of
Paean . . . moneymaker . . . swell
guy . . .
George Markham . . . likes football
and sophomores . . . moonlight and
roses . . . hotdogs and mustard . . .
Bob Darkey . . . Boy's Sports Edi-
tor . . . sports man himself . . . go-
ing places . . .
Pete Knapp . . . good Ioe . . .
plays fine football . . . a friend to
all . . .
Chuck Kolb . . . big help in Stu-
dent Council . . . voted best look-
ing . . . anybody want to argue . . .
Lorenzo Walker . . . Fine Art Edi-
tor . . , swell friend . . . zooming to
the top . . .
Owen Anderson . . . "Andy" . . .
Prefers blondes . . . heap big sports-
man . . .
Don Stine . . . capable Business
Manager . . . woman hater . . .
just a big friendly puppy . . .
Pat Barton . . . Football Queen . . .
voted best looking . . . wonderful
Gene Peaslee . . . Activity Editor
good worker . . , nice to know
Iackie Robinson . . . soon to be a
Bush . . . Feature Editor . . . nice
personality . . .
Erdine Warren . . . cute child with
a cute name . . . fine Panel Editor
likes baseball and ball play-
Betty Wertz . . . dotes on fun . . .
knows how to have it . . . fine sec-
retary for Paean Board . . .
orianna Needham . . . sweet
job as Panel Editor . . .
Shirley Oster . . . Grand job as
Key Editor . . . has many friends
lots of fun
Hook . . . up and coming artist
Student Council indispensable
more lun than a barrel oi mon-
Miss Mildred Linck . . . still putting
out a good yearbook . . . friend of
both students and faculty . . , never
to be iorgotten . . .
Bradley Keagle . . . swimmer ex-
traordinary . . . nuts too . . . but we
love him . . .
Bob Owen . . . baseball whiz . .
rather take Erdine than Iodine . .
swell fella . . .
Ralph Selby . . . Central's line
speaker . . . smart as a whip . . .
our candidate for success . . .
Norm Amos . . . tall, strong, silent
. . . good looking too . . . good in
sports . . .
Hal Smith . . . Co-Captain of
swimming team . . . your friend and
mine . . . always to be remem-
bered . .
Keith Ferguson . . . another star
in the Baseball Heavens . . . little in
stature but big in heart . . . every-
body's pal . . .
Ioe Sajtar . . . his grin makes you
grin . . . swell personality . . . foot-
ball lancier . . .
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Boyd, Ioan Marie
Coller, Fredric Lee
Cross, Mary Io
Eagles, Iune Ann
Glover. Lee Roy
Iones, Lulu Wilder
Kidder, Ima Ieanne
Knowles. Mary Io
Kowalski, Mary lane
Lahr, Roy I.
Lines, Betty lean
McGarvie, Betty lean
Medich, Mike ,
Metz, Anne ,
Miller. Eugene ,
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Moore, Carol Lou
Moore, Martha, I.
N ye, Donna
Smith, Mary Arlene
Van Blarcum, Laura
Webster, Melva lane
Winans, Betty Lou
Woodard. Marjorie Valerie
CAST OF CHARACTERS
"Growing Pains," the play chosen by the Iunior Class and directed by Miss Emily
Marsh was given in the W. K. Kellogg Auditorium on November 27th. The play follows
the trials of George and Terry Mclntyre, the unsophisticated teen-age children of a univer-
sity professor. Terry who has always been a tomboy and played with the neighborhood gang
of boys suddenly finds herself not wanted by them. She then decides to become more fem-
inine and she and her brother give a party at which she expects to show everyone how
grown up she has become. Of course, everything goes wrong at the party, but by the end
of the play everything is straightened out and everyone is happy.
The setting, one of the most unique ever used for a Central play, was the patio of the
Mclntyre residence in Northern California. It was designed and built by Mr. Max Grant.
Kermit Darkey . . . friendly as can be . . . popular
with all . . . very good worker . . .
Rody Minier . . . Class President . . . fiery hair . . .
likes a St. Philip's student . . .
Ruby Keagle . . . fine job as Student Council Social
Committee Chairman . . . Iunior Paean Board member
. . . nice to know . .
Tom Harter . . . outstanding in football . . , next
year's captain . . . nice build . . .
Iack Ellis . . . ct man's man . . . all 'round athlete
. . , swell fellow
Iohnny LaParl . . . excellent Student Council President
. . a smile for everyone . . . he's taken, girls . . .
Gloria Kidder . . . Shapely drum majorette . . . but
yes . . . golden tresses . . . shy smile . , .
Mendell Vaughn . . . fast boy . . , friendly to all
. . . liked by all
Dick Davenport . . , fancy fingers . . . small but
swell . . . smart
Helen McCormick . . . lunior Paean Board member
. . . great things expected next year . . . a laughing
Anna Buncich . . . Paean Business Manager next
year . . . good too . . . swell personality . . .
Bob Shafer . . . swell in sports . . . nice grin . .
likes a '46 graduate . . .
Esther Hay .
going up . . .
. . . cute . . .
Barb Bauer . .
friendly . . . cute
cute . . . personality plus . .
. super strutter . . . friendly smile
next year's Paean Editor . . . in-
. conscientious worker , . .
. future Paean Panel Editor . .
PAEAN BOARD . . . Work to make dead line
. . . buy a Paean . . . get studying done on
the side . . . hand in pictures . . . see if name
is on the Senior list.
STUDY HALL . . . chewing gum . . . get
caught . . . hit with spit ball . . . got to get
studying done . . . talk . . . doughnut sale
. . . nice and gooey . . . where's my nickel.
MORE DANCES . . . gotta get a date . . .
wear my new dress . . . attend modern
dance club . . . girls in leotards . . . leaps
. . . dirty gym floor.
FRESH PAINT . . . scaffolding . . . painters
everywhere . . . looks nice . . . cooking class
. . . smells good . . . makes us hungry
school . . . fun.
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Brownell, Bonnie lean
Button, Mary Ellen
Carter, Margaret Ann
Davis, Mary Ann
Ederle, Betty Ann
cP neat-1 ating
Gore, Lois Reva
Hayward, Bonnie lean
Hjerpe, Elma Ann
Langs, Mart a
Soho ho monezl
Lipps, I im
Norrod, Margaret Ann
Norton. Margaret Ann
Spasofi, Mary Lou
Stock. I oan
Struwin, Carole Lou
Van Asperen. .Alyce
Van Camp. Mary jane
Van Houten, Eugene
Wolf, Mary Lou
Eleanor Iackson . . .
pretty lass . . . nice Harem
Dancer . . . winning smile
Martha Langs . . . well
liked by us . . . and George
Ethel Goodrich . . . very
thoughtful . . . sweet as
honey . . . our girl . . .
Ace Davis . . . the devil
in his eye . . . fair minded
. . . candidate for suc-
cess . . .
Beverly Blakeman . . .
nice personality . . . lovely
to look at . . . swell to
know . . .
Ierry Lockwood . . . none
better . . . wonderful to
work with . . . great fu-
ture . . .
Hank Lyko . . . football
player . . . Sophomore
President . . . easy to look
at . . .
Dick Earl . . . Student
Council talker . , . fun . . .
we think he's swell . . .
Verne Hartson . . . a
gentleman . . . easy on the
eyes . . . old faithful . . .
Dave Hurley . . . swell
smile . . . the girls' swoon
. . . soon to be a Senior
superman . . .
Steve Sajtar . . . follow-
n iamous footsteps . . .
that's a nice smile . . . re-
liable and dependable ..
Ted Sovern . . . every-
enjoys knowing Ted
. . . swell to work with . . .
disposition . . .
kie Swanson . . . a
Mary Lou Wolf . . .
swims well . . . looks good
in a bathing suit too . . .
Sophomore officer . . .
Charles Gierke . . . al-
on the job . . . cute
. . . everybody's
lack Clark . , . a swell
sport . . . good student . . .
time for everything
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SENIOR PAEAN STAFF
Club and Activity Editors
Girl's Sports Editor -
- Iackie Crippen
Iackie Robinson and
Erdine Warren and
Gene Peaslee and
- lean Clark
Boy's Sports Editor ----- Bob Darkey
Business Managers - Ioan Kuehnle and Don Stine
Art Editors - - Io Hook and Lorenzo Walker
Secretaries Shirley Mellin and Betty Wertz
Adviser - - - Miss Mildred Linck
IUNIOR PAEAN EDITORS
Feature Editor -
Panel Editor -
Art Editor -Y
- Betty Rathbun
The Student Council, acting as a representative body of the students, with their ad-
viser, worked together with the administration. the faculty, the parents, and community
groups to bring about better understanding, to promote student activities, and to carry out
President . .. . Iohn LaParl
Vice-President . . . .. . .. Io Hook
Treasurer . . .Kermit Darkey
Secretary . . ,,,. Ioan Kuehnle
Recording Secretary Anna Buncich
Faculty Adviser . .Miss Penty
STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST SEMESTER
FIRST ROW: M. Langs, S. Morris, B. Myers, P. Anderson, I. LaParl. A. Buncich, K. Darkey, M. L. Evans
B. Wertz, I. Clark, V. Robinson, R. Penty, Advisor.
SECOND ROW: E. Goodrich, B. Hayward, M. Leveiller, I. Spyker. R. Keagle, C. Otis, V. Pratt, E. Williams
B. Blakeman, B. Brownell, I. Reid. M. L. Wolf.
THIRD ROW: B. Martin, G. Davis, D. Wilkins, S. Oster, I. Crippen, R. Baak, B. Royer, P. Dodge, M. Porter
B. Bauer. E. Star.
FOURTH ROW: A. Davis, E. Graves, I. Goff, D. Wallace, I. Miller, D. Loutit, B. Davis, B. Butler, D. Earl
The Student Council proved to be a successful and efficient organization this year.
The foremost project was the backing of the War Memorial Stadium with Central com-
ing out on top in selling memberships. At the beginning of the year the Council took
action and set off a section of reserved seats at all football games for the patients of Percy
Iones. It also developed an organized cheering section for the Kazoo game. Many out of
town conferences were attended by Council members. The most prominent conference was
the St. Mary's Lake Workshop, which was the foundation for the beginning of the All-City
Student Council. 5-A League and state conferences were also attended.
The Student Council carried on the furnishing of the Social Room, which was started
by last year's Council. Drapes were hung at the windows, a recorder and amplifier were
purchased, and a back-drop for the stage put the finishing touch on the project.
Many school problems, such as dance etiquette, awarding of letters to activities other
than athletic participation, and the senior exam question were handled and solved by the
group. One hundred dollars was earned and sent to Cavite to assist in their school re-
building program and money and school supplies were sent through the Red Cross for
educational reconstruction in Europe.
The Council worked on the problem of solving the Vocational Bridge tie-up and adopted
the plan of using traffic guards, which proved successful.
The renovation and furnishing of D-floor is being carried on as the second big proj-
ect and the Council hopes to hold its meetings there when the necessary equipment is pur-
STUDENT COUNCIL SECOND SEMESTER
FIRST ROW: E. Hay, P. Anderson, R. Keagle, I. Crippen, S. Oster, I. LaParl, A. Buncich, I. Hook, K.
Darkey, I. Kuehnle, M. Thomson, Miss Penty.
SECOND ROW: B. Hayward, N. Weiss, I. LaMont, I. Reed, P. Wood. M. McLee, S. Morris, M. Todmell,
I. Childs, D. Morris, B. Brownell, B. Bauer.
THIRD ROW: M. Wolf, E. Goodrich, P. Dodge. B. Ftoyer, M. Porter, K. Brooker, R. Baak, D. Bailey, G.
Cheek, D. Davenport, D. Earl. I. Blackburn.
FOURTH ROW: A. Schwencer, B. Davis, I. Goff, I. Miller, W. Matherly, V. Hartson, B. Taft, B. Butler, A.
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Queen and Court
The seniors made a fine and
tair choice in their Football
Queen, Pat Barton. She was
crowned at her Coronation in
the W. K. Kellogg Auditorium
by last year's queen Phyl Hou-
rnan, and honored by her at-
tendants, Virginia Marshall,
Betty Wertz, Gloria Kidder and
Ianeth LaMont. A bevy of beau-
ties to surround a beauty!
19-16 Football Queen
Pat, being crowned by last year's
queen, Phyl l-loumrm, and surrounded
D. OF L. BOARD
FIRST ROW: S. Symons, N. Weiss, Miss Penty, N. Walsworth. M. Evans.
SECOND ROW: M. Leveiller, A. Buncich. R. Keagle, V. Marshall, M. Fraser, M Wolf
Daughters of Liberty
Every girl upon entering high school automatically becomes a member of the Daugh-
ters of Liberty. This organization sponsors activities throughout the school year that are
of interest to most girls.
This year a system was organized by which every girl could be reached through her
homeroom representative and encouraged to attend and take an active part in the Daughters
of Liberty program.
In an effort to keep interest high the Daughters of Liberty Board tried to plan to have
at least one activity for each month. The year was started off by welcoming the Sophomore
girls with a tea and by helping them get acquainted with the girls clubs in high school
through an assembly in which all the clubs took part.
During the Christmas season the D. of L. presented a program and tea especially for
their mothers. They were fortunate to be able to give their Banquet in the high school
cafeteria. To help round out the year, at one of the meetings foreign war brides came
and talked about the countries from which they came and some of their many interesting
experiences. In an all girl assembly Dr. Alice Keliher led a very helpful panel discussion
on topics the girls themselves suggested. And the year wouldn't be complete without the
annual Fall Frolic and the May Party. Needless to say they were both a huge success.
Daughters of Liberty
Some of the service projects undertaken by the Daughters of Liberty were a tag sale
to collect money for the Percy Iones Magazine Fund, contributing towards the purchase of
tea service for the school, and buying mirrors for the teachers' restrooms.
We hope that in the future the Daughters of Liberty will continue its very worthwhile
program and that as the years go by more and more girls will take an active part in this
D. OF L. ADVISERS
Miss Barrett Miss Linck
Miss Wakefield Miss Penty
FIRST ROW: M.
Christ, I. Ellison, B. Cull, I. Wedel, M. Schram, I. Bannister, G. Hammons, I. Manning, D. Hawthorn,
SECOND ROW: B. Rounds, H. Merriam, P. Choflin, E. Iohnson, G. Rogers, M. Rabbit, I. Black, M. Young, I. McRae,
THIRD ROW: E. Myers, I. Tuttle, B. Severson, I. Lett, D. Mellin, M. Webster, L. Wosheryton, I. Webster, A. Hildebrandt.
FOURTH ROW: G. Rolfe, P. Garriatt, I. Borgerson, B. Peters, P. Wood, I. Cooper, D. Collie, V. Gardner, S. Davis
B. Wilson, S. Alling.
FIRST ROW: N. Rogers, C. Miles, I. Smith, M. Porter, Mrs. Herman, P. Campbell, R. Selby, K. Darkey.
SECOND ROW: M. Wolfe, E. Godde, E. Coney, E. Brigham, S. Hicks, I. Swanson, I. Clark.
1946-47 was a banner year for debating at Central. As a member of both the 5-A
and Michigan High School Forensic leagues, Central's debaters participated in sixteen debates
in the preliminary series. Two teams were used in each debate-one affirmative and one
negative. Besides the 5-A schools Battle Creek debaters met Grand Rapids Union, Grand
Ledge, and Howell. In the 5-A league, Central tied with Lansing Eastern for second place
with tive wins and two losses. ln fact, Battle Creek qualified in both leagues for the district
elimination tournament and a wall plaque for "excellence in debating."
At the District Elimination Tournament at Kalamazoo February 13, Battle Creek was vic-
torious, winning over the other live schools-Muskegon Heights, State High, Hudsonville,
Galesburg, and Albion. This victory brought a gold banner and placed Battle Creek in
the quarter-finals for state championship, one ot eight schools left in the competition. How-
ever, in the quarter-finals at Flint Central, February 28th, Battle Creek lost by the narrow
margin of a two to one decision of the judges. Flint Central went on to become State
This year's debate squad was the largest in the school's history and also had the most
extensive schedule. Seventeen debaters completed the semester's work. Everyone partici-
pated in at least two inter-scholastic practice debates. They took second place in the 5-A prac-
tice tournament on October 24. On November 2, Battle Creek had ten teams at the State
Practice Tournament at Lansing. This year Central's debaters have participated in nineteen
decision and titty practice debates.
With eight experienced varsity debaters back next year, Battle Creek should rank
high in debating next year.
Virginia Rogers tone debatel Mary Porter
Carol Miles lone debatel Iames Smith
Kermit Darkey Ctwo debatesl Ralph Selby
FIRST ROW: P. Campbell, M. Porter, Mrs. Herman, M. Evans. M. Leveiller, V. Rogers.
SECOND ROW: R. Selby, K. Darkey, I. Smith, E. Howard, E. Brigham, M. Pelto.
Extempore Speech -
Oratory - -
Extempore Speech -
Oratory - - -
Sprinq Speech Contest
1945 - '46
1946 - '47
In 1945-'46, Edward Brigham and Ralph Selby took first places in oratorical declam
ation and extempore speech in the district speech contests.
- V Edward Brigham, lll
Pat Campbell, Mary Lou Evans
- Ralph Selby. Iames Smith
Kermit Darkey, Virginia Rogers
Maurice Pelto, Ernest Howard
Pat Campbell, Marilou Leveiller
- - - - Iames Smith
- - V Robert Bennett
In 1948-'47, Pat Campbell won first place in dramatic declamations while Marilou
Leveiller tied for second place.
Ralph Selby was selected as the
Senior who had contributed the most
to debate and public speaking in
1946 - '47. For this he was awarded a
membership in the National Forensic
League and a N. F. L. membership key.
FIRST ROW: F. Doud, D. Wencke, I. Siver, R. Earl, L. Walker, I. Adrianson, W. Kiger, C. Adams, E. Brigham, E. Good, R
Selby, I. Chadderdon.
SECOND ROW: B. Bauer, D. DeMaso, I. Lowe, E. Williams, C. Otis, K. Ward, E. Goodrich, I. Sherburne, I. Crippen, M. Mont
om D M h
g ery, . at erly, B. Dempsey, D. Wallace, A. Hirakis, Miss Marsh.
THIRD ROW: D. Hawthorne, M. Evans, V. Rogers, I. Minier, P. Campbell, E. Cannon, P. Anderson, N. Wencke, I. Bundy, K
Harris, I. Roberts, M. Rain, H. Brooker, D. Wilkins, F. Ferrall, I. Brawner.
FOURTH ROW: B. Blakeman, R. Baak, I. Pelto, L. Van Blarcum, I. Eagles, N. Coney, I. Cook, I. Cooper, G. Cheek, I. Spyker
D. P , B. R h ' '
erry at bun, A. Hulbert, I. Childs, V. Gardner, A. Buncich, G. Peaslee. .
FIFTH ROW: E. Star, M. Christ, I. Ellison, I. LaMont, B.
Manning, M. Wolfe, E. Howard, M. Leveiller, M. Spasofi.
Cowell, S. Shively, W. Matherly, I. Smith, R. Kitchen, I. Monroe, I
The Players' Club has had a busy year, with many and varied activities.
Starting oft with the party for new members in S t b h
ep em er, t e club then presented the
annual Kalamazoo Pep Assembly in November. This year it featured a football game
between Kalamazoo and Battle Creek in the year 1890. It was written and directed by Io
Sherburne. The Christmas play, written by Mrs. Iane Farley Norman, had a part for nearly
everyone in the club.
Accenting the three holidays in February, Lincoln's Birthday, Va1entine's Day, and
Washington's Birthday, the club gave a "Hearts and Heroes" party. A one act play, "Sup-
pressed Desires", directed by Io Sherburne, was presented in an assembly. The cast in-
cluded Iames Smith, Ioyce Manning, and Doris Hawthorne. Other activities throughout the
year included a scavenger hunt and an end of the year picnic.
President .. M ..Iackie Crippen Treasurer , ., .David Matherly
Vice-President ,. . . .. , Io Sherburne Sergeant-at-Arms Bud Cowell
Secretary . . .. . . Marilyn Montgomery Faculty Adviser H I H Miss Marsh
FIRST ROW: M. Burnham, M. Schram, I. Stimpson, I. Reid, M. Stevens, I. Sherburne, E. Gravesii C. Ross, M. McLee, M
Strabbing, M. Harding, S. Yates. 'i
SECOND ROW: C. Watins, B. Gruss, B. Link, P. Cosgrove, P. Brown, D. DeMaso, I. F. Clark, E. hlbohnson, V. Pratt,-P. Cox
W. Lynn, G. Peaslee, B. Bauer,
THIRD ROW: S. Frances, H. McCormick, B. Keaqle, R. Buck, D. Wright, D. Moody, F. Zinn, I. Robinson, B. Darkey, B. Broach
L. Larimer, L. Dornfelt, D. Last.
"Alianza Espanol," the Spanish Club is under the sponsorship of Miss Madge Burnham.
Second semester Spanish students are eligible for membership in the club. The purpose
of the club is to have social meetings to give its members opportunity to speak Spanish. This
year the club's funds have been used to buy Spanish records, games, and crossword puzzles.
One of the main events of the year is the Pan American assembly, in which the Span-
ish department cooperates with the French, Latin, and Music departments to put on one of
the best assemblies of the year.
President Io Sherburne Treasurer . . Mary McLee
Vice-President . . Earl Graves Program Chairman Pat Brown
Secretary . .. . Charlene Ross Faculty Adviser Miss Burnham
FIRST ROW: M. Wolfe, G. Phillipson, F. Ferrall, I. Cooper, G. Peaslee, S. Yates, I. Crippen, D. DeMaso, A. Hirakis, M
Montgomery, V. Pratt. I. Stimpson.
SECOND ROW: M. Leveiller, K. Ward, V. Ryan, V. Rogers, P. Dodge, D. Crosslan, G. Davis, I, Zimmer, M. McLee, P. Cos
grove, N. Walsworth, C. Grim, E. Star.
THIRD ROW: B. Severson, I. Rogers, B. Martin, N. Paris, N. Hutchinson, E. Brigham, R. East, K. Millar, M. Langs, I. Reid
Pan American Club
The Pan American Club is open to all students of Battle Creek High School. Students
joining the club purchase as many addresses as they wish of students living in other coun-
tries. Spanish students usally correspond with young people in Spanish speaking countries
and French students enjoy writing to young people who speak French. Many students write
at least part of their letters in the language they are studying.
Of course, correspondence is carried on with countries where other languages than
French and Spanish are spoken. Members oi the club receive letters from Egypt, Palestine.
England, and other countries all over the world.
At Pan American Club meetings members read and discuss letters they have re-
ceived from their pen pals. Miss Madge Burnham is the capable adviser of the group.
It is groups like this club which help to tie up all countries of different languages.
customs, and beliefs into One World, by creating and understanding oi the countries through
corresponding with their people.
Pan American Club
President Ioyce Spyker
Vice-President Molly Strabbing
Secretary Erdine Warren
Treasurer Charlene Ross
Adviser Miss Burnham
FIRST ROW: A. Hildebrandt, S. Browne, D. Collie, C. Ross, M. Strabling, I. Spyker, E. Warren, A. Melz, E. Allen.
SECOND ROW: P, Stack, I. Brawner, P. Smith, I. Cook, I. Robinson, I. Lowe, N. Holt, S. Alling, V. Gardner. l. Hart
THIRD ROW: I. Graves, R. Bennett, D. Bailey, H. Burtis, L. Latimer, R. Darkey, B. Keagle, S. Sullivan, M. Hoxey.
FIRST ROW' H E l
. . ar, P. Dodge, L. Iohnson, B. Butler, H. Burtis, D. Thomson, Mrs. Walters, S. Browne.
SECOND ROW: B. Cummings, S. Morris, S. Symons, B. Myers, B. Iorvis, L. Coyle, A. Hirakis, P. Smith.
THIRD ROW: B. Lines, I. Siver, D. Wallace, D, Bailey, B. Keagle, E. Allen, A. Metz.
Le Cercle Francais
Le Cercle Francais, the French Club, is an organization formed to promote the students
interest in the French language and in the French speaking countries. The meetings are
held every two Weeks. The iirst part of the meeting is usually devoted to business, but the
meeting ends with games or other divertisements.
The majority ot the members of the French Club have correspondents in other coun-
tries and find the letters they receive very interesting.
President Bruce Butler Treasurer LaVerne Iohnson
Vice-President Herbert Burtis Adviser
One of the newer activities in the High School this year was the modern dance
club. Before we worked on a composition, we practiced dance techniques, had limbering
exercises and created rhythm patterns.
The adviser of our newly formed club was Miss Iacqueline Barrett who practiced along
with us and made the after school practices much more enjoyable. Wednesday was the day
set aside for our practices at which time we donned our shorts and went to the girls'
gym to practice.
Our first composition "Schoo1 Daze" was completed in the Spring. This dance rep-
resented the graduation class reminiscing their past three years in High School with shy
sophomores, know-it-all juniors, and sophisticated Seniors. Another composition on which
we spent many days of practice was "Rhapsody in B1ue".
FIRST ROW: N. Bo
uzan, P. Coller, I. Frick. V. Spriggs, I. Barrett. Adviser: S. Morris, M. Iohnston, I. Pelto, B. Thomp-
son, N. Weiss.
SECOND ROW: E. Cannon, A. Hirakis, H. Quinn. I. Bird, G. Cheek, S. Sullivan, G. Skidm
THIRD ROW: B. Burden, N. Himilburger. P. Cox, S
ore. E. Traut. M. Wolf.
. Symons, G. Needham. P. Parton, I. LaMont, P. Cosgrove, I. Clark,
FIRST ROW: M. Hoxey, G. Peaslee, S. Flanders, Z. Chochof'f, M. Thiel, M. Schram, S. Oster, D. Matherly, I. French,
L. Watson, I. Hart, D. DeMaso, M. Harding, D. Smith.
SECOND ROW: I. Foster, G. Davis, N. Hatch, B. Tyler, D. White, P. Richards, E. Noon, I. Eagles, A. Horsburgh, I.
Voke, A. Hirakis, S. Burkholder, E. Allen.
THIRD ROW: B. Bauer, A. Buncich, P. Cosgrove, I. Lamont, B. Yengst, M. Montgomery, M. McLee, B. Blatchford, N.
Springer, I. Phares, I. Reid, D. Parmelee.
FOURTH ROW: I. Siver, D. Peacock, D. Doud, S. Shively, I. Adrianson, B. Dempsey, L. Iohnson, I. Lahr, W. Kiger.
This year the Usher Club, under the guidance of Mr. Loyal I. Phares, really looked
like the efficient organization which it is. The new wine colored uniforms which the girls
made to match the boys uniforms helped to give the ushers a business like appearance which
was impossible to achieve during the past few years when material for new uniforms was
The "46-4'7" season of ushering began with the "initiation" at which new members were
tested to see if they could take it. Needless to say, everyone lived through it and found that
ushering could be a lot of fun. Among the events for which the club ushered this year
were, "Spike Iones," "World-At-Our-Door" lectures, "Wildlife" films, the "Band Follies",
the Iunior and Senior Plays, and concerts, lectures, and "Hillbilly" shows.
A member earns a certain number of points each time he ushers. If at the end of
the semester he has the required number of points, the semester is counted towards his pin
and guard. After two semesters of ushering, a member is given a gold filled pin by the
club. At the end of the third semester he receives his guard with the year ot his gradua-
tion on it. Every member of the Usher Club can be proud to wear his pin and guard for
they stand for many hours spent in serving the school and the community by ushering.
Belonging to the Usher Club is not all work. This year the club has cooperated
with the Science Club and rented the skating rink for the evening on several occasions
for roller skating parties. The club also had a Christmas party and a spring picnic at
which officers tor the next season were elected.
President Joanne French Treasurer Larry Watson
Vice President . . . . David Matherly Faculty Adviser Mr. Phares
Secretary . . Shirley Oster
FIRST ROW: B. Rounds, D. Mellin, B. Pilling, M. Eckley, S. Yates, S. McDonald, D. McConnell, Mr. Phares, B. Cum-
mings, M. Winter, L. VanBlarcum, M. Wolf, I. Allington, I. Lahr.
SECOND ROW: G. Osborn, P. Dodge, B. Peters, C. Moore, D. Walters, N. Seeley, M. Smith, I. Brawner, D. Sumrill,
C. Miles, A. Crowell, B. Anderson, I. Shirlaw.
THIRD ROW: I. Chadderdon, D. Bond, D. Buck, E. Strong, E Peterson, W, Matherly, I. MacDonald, H. MacDonald, D.
Wallace, D. Earl, F. Doud,
FIRST ROW: V. Rogers, D. Bailey, L. Walker, D. Wilkins, Miss Cook, D. DeMaso, R. Selby, I. Monroe.
SECOND ROW: W. Kiger, E. Brigham, I. Smith, D. Matherly, G. Taylor, B. Cowell, B. Bennett.
Political Science Club
The Political Science Club found no trouble in obtaining and choosing topics for
discussion, because of the numerous important problems during the year. Some of the
most heated issues were: The F.E.P.C. Bill, the Palestine Problem, the Greek Situation, the
49th State, and Presidential Candidates.
The club met once cr week on Friday under the leadership of Miss Cook. A chair-
man was chosen for each meeting.
Although the club was small in membership, the members found the meetings, inter-
esting and educational.
President , . . . . .... Ralph Selby Treasurer ., . . ..,, Lorenzo Walker
Vice-President . , .. . . Donna Wilkins Faculty Adviser Miss Cook
Secretary . ,Dora DeMaso
FIRST ROW: D. McConnell, R. Marriott, L. Walker, Miss Rost. F. Stanfield, B. Dygert, M. Nicola, B. Cummings.
SECOND ROW: I. Hurley, P. Vastbinder, N. Brant, I. Zimmer, R. Dygert, I. Manning, I. Clark, S. MacDonald.
The Hobby Club under the sponsorship of Miss Eleanor Rost, who joined the faculty last
tall, had many interesting meetings. A constitution was written and adopted the second
semester. The club organized several committees that efficiently carried on the business
of the club. One of the most active was the Program Committee, which invited several
members of the faculty in to speak. The high-light of the club meetings was the Christ-
mas meeting and party.
Membership in this club is open to any Centralite with a hobby.
President . . ,. Fred Staniield Treasurer .,.,. , Rosemary Marriott
Vice-President . . . Lorenzo Walker Faculty Adviser .. . .. Miss Host
Secretary ,. . . Beverly Dygert
FIRST ROW: K. Marris, E. Traut. G. Skidmore, Miss McCowen, M. Arnold, E. Goodrich, S. Lang.
SECOND ROW: N. Bouzan, B. Link, P. Cox, M. Fraser, I. Lowe. S. Sullivan, S. Symons.
THIRD ROW: M. Langs, I. Pelto, I. Phares, P. Sullivan, N. Wencke, B. Martin, I. Frick.
The Book Club held its meetings once a month at the homes of various members.
At each meeting there was a short business session followed by a book review by one
of the members. Among the books reviewed this year were "Star of The Unborn" reviewed
by lane Kolb and "Paris Underground" reviewed by Mary Fraser. loyce Phares gave a
review of "East River" and Nan Wencke gave one on "Lydia Bailey".
Any student who enjoys reading and talking about books may join the Book Club.
At the meetings one might hear a report on her favorite book or perhaps a review of just
the book she had been wanting to know about but couldn't find time to read.
President .. . ..Iane Kolb Treasurer . . . , Marilyn Arnold
Vice-President .,..,.. ,. .. Ethel Goodrich Faculty Adviser . . Miss lVlcCowan
Secretary . .,,..,. .. ..,. Nan Shouldice
FIRST ROW: M. Ketchem, P. Stack, K. Ward, D. Desmond, D. Earl, G. Davis. H. Mercer, L. Bird, S. Shively, I. Eagles.
SECOND ROW: D. Parmelee, V. Moser, M. Gaskell, C. Miles, M. Rabbit, M. Thompson, D. Sorum, H. Merriam, P.
Campbell, D. Hawthorne.
THIRD ROW: I. Tuttle, B. Hull, M. Cross, I. Roberts. M. Moore, G. Cheek, B. Banghart, D. Wilkins, K. Chute, B. Rathbun.
The Latin Club of Battle Creek High School was formed in hopes that it would bring
a knowledge of the ancient Roman civilization and a deeper understanding of our neigh-
boring countries, which is so important to international peace. Scientia omnia vincitl
Our largest projects so tar have been the buying of the club pins and the selling
of doughnuts. We also assisted in putting over a very successful square dance with the
Spanish and French clubs.
President . Ethel Williams Treasurer . Dick Earl
Vice-President Grace Davis Adviser Mrs. Ketchum
Secretary Ianeth LaMont
FIRST ROW: Mr. Phares, I. Cooper, L. Millar. B. Dempsey, Vice-Pres.: G. Skidmore, Sec.: A. Schwencer, Treas., C.
Adams, Pres.: L. Bird, D. DeMaso, A. Hirakis, P. Stack, C. A. Treadwell.
SECOND ROW: I. Brawner, B. Iarvis, M. Montgomery, B. Akers, S. Ahrens, K. Chute, N. Hutchinson, K. Ward, I. Pelto,
N. Weiss, P. Dodge, I. Monroe, I. Blackburn.
THIRD ROW:D. McConnell, D. Buenger, E. Correll, M. Eckley, M. Thompson, D. Sorum, I. Gault, G. Cheek, M. Smith,
M. Spaulding, B. Peters, B. Rounds, B. L. Cummings, S. McDonald, G. Peaslee, B. Thomas.
FOURTH ROW: R. Selby, D. Davenport. D, Wallace, I. Lahr, I. Holmes, M. Walker, W. Matherly, I. Adrianson, H.
Burtis, H. Mercer, R. Barnhart, L. Iohnson, A. Parsons, B. Bennett, B. Kiser.
What a lively year for the Science Club. All year long the Science Club, 134 strong.
was busy watching the wheels of Science turn. The big event of the year was the trip to
Chicago where they visited many interesting places. Several other trips were taken to near
by factories here in Battle Creek.
The Science Club had several interesting speakers at their meetings, which were
held once or twice a month. An interesting and educational time was had by all members
of the club.
Any student who is taking or has taken any of the three scientific subjects offered
at Central, biology, chemistry, or physics, may join the club.
President ..,..., ,. ..,.., ..,. C harles Adams Mr. Phares .... ............ ,... M r . Treadwell
Vice-President ,. , ....,,.... Bill Dempsey Mr. Baker ..., ,.,.. . Mr. Renolds
Secretary , . ,... Gloria Skidmore
Treasurer ,.., ..... . Al Schwencer
Quill and Scroll
Eight names were added to the roster of top journalists this year, when the Quill and
Scroll Society accepted eight new members. They join, with Shirley Oster cmd Iackie Crip-
pen, charter members from last year when the Centralian chapter was formed, to make a
membership of ten. The installation ceremony was held in early May.
The aim of this organization which is an international honorary society for high school
journalists. is to encourage and reward individual achievement in journalism. According
to the international constitution, members of Quill and Scroll must be chosen from the students
in high school who meet the following requirements. C17 They must be of at least junior
standing. Q27 They must be in the upper third of their class in general scholastic standing.
13? They must have done superior work in some phase of journalism or creative endeavor.
C41 They must be recommended by the adviser or by the committee governing publications.
Q59 They must be approved by the executive secretary.
President . , , . .Shirley Oster Secretary Helen Earl
Vice-President . . ,Erdine Warren Treasurer Ken Simmons
FIRST ROW: M. Crosby, I. Brawner, I. Crippen, S. Oster, E. Warren, H. Earl.
SECOND ROW: K. Simmons, S. Shively, Miss Burke, D. Loutit, K. Darkey.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Ellison, B. Zelinski, B. Rector, I. Osborn, E. Miller, D. Walker, K. Eakins.
SECOND ROW: P. Spears, M. Waters, M. Cioni, I. Neff, C. Sawyer, B. Greenfield, E, Wolf, P. Gren, W. Ronk.
THIRD ROW: R. Fox, R. Thomas, F. VanAsperen, E. Talbut, R. Anderson, R. Mackaluso, E. Leiter, D. Bowers, D.
Iunior Merchants' Club
'The Iunior Merchants' Club is an organization of all students in the Cooperative Re-
tailing Course. The students in this program work part time on a retail selling job and are in
school part time.
The primary purpose of the club is social, although provision is made in the organ-
ization whereby meetings may be devoted to discussions of store and selling problems
which confront the members in their actual job situations.
In April the officers of all Iunior Merchants' Clubs in the state of Michigan will meet
in Grand Rapids to arrange for the first annual all-state meeting at some popular lake re-
sort. All students in all the clubs throughout the state will be invited to attend.
President Eugene Miller Vice-President William Zelinski
Secretary Ianice Osborn Treasurer Beverly Rector
Faculty Adviser , Milton F. Ellison
The Christian Crusaders were organized in Battle Creek High School one year ago
for the purpose of fellowshipping with christians.
The club meets every Tuesday and Thursday noons in room D-l. The meetings con-
sist ct the singing of hymns, prayers, musical numbers, and a speaker. Each member has
taken part as either a speaker or song leader. Some of the guest speakers whom the club
was privileged to hear included: Steward Fettes, Dale Stevens, Kenneth Hasper, and Mr.
A. L. Blesh, a Gideon.
The group is composed of representatives from various churches in the city. Each mem-
ber planned to visit in the different churches during the year.
"But it we walk in the light, as He is in the light, we have fellowship one with another.
and the blood of Iesus Christ His Son cleanseth us from all sin." KI Iohn l-73
President Louise Coyle Treasurer Dorothy Edgerton
Vice-President Bill Davis Faculty Adviser Mrs. Hornback
Secretary Catherine Fettes
FIRST ROW: M. Button, D, Edgerton, L, Coyle, Mrs. Hornb ack, B. Davis, C. Fettes, D. White, D. Crosslan.
SECOND ROW: E. Allen, G. Davis, I, Shirlaw, L. Iohnso n, I. Manning, B. Gibson, N. Cary.
FIRST ROW: B. Wheeler, K. Aldrich, B. Darkey, G. Markham, N. Amos, M. Vaughns, B. Schafer, D. Loutit, D. Wilk-
ins, H. Vandeburg.
SECOND ROW: B. Keagle, I. Perry. R. Iacobs, K. Darkey, I. Feeney, O. Anderson, H. Reynolds, R. Vester, Mr.
THIRD ROW: D. Royal, H. Lyko, H. Smith, H. Ross, D. Stine, G. Newton, H. Mull, P. Knapp, C. Boston, R. Selby.
FOURTH ROW: D. Hurley, B. Davis, K. Simmons, B. Owen, T. Goretzka, A. Swank, T. Hatter, M. Mayo, B. Gilmore.
President . .. . . . Bob Schafer
Vice-President . . . . . .Ioe Sajtar
Secretary and Treasurer . . Mendell Vaughns
The Lettermens Club is a new club in Central this year, and was founded for the purpose
of helping athletes to get more out of high school life, and to make Central sports a little
better. All the other 5-A schools have had a lettermens club for many years now. The
membership of this club is open too all boys who have won a varsity letter in any sport
while at Central. After getting out of high school, they are eligible to join the Battle Creek
Lettermens Club. Although their activities have been limited this year, watch for this club
FIRST ROW: L. Iohnson, L. Williams. S. Flanders, Miss Schermerhorn, A. Horsburg, L. Gootas, I. VanAmen.
SECOND ROW: P. Maurer, F. Bowden, B. Stout, M. Manly, C. Hamilton, Z. Chochoft, I. Foster, M. Blowers,
' Cobustra Club
lub, one of the new clubs in Central is composed of sixteen enthu-
e trainees, who meet and tell of their varied experiences and help each other
with suggestions for improvement thereby increasing their abilities as office workers.
The Cobustra C
The club offers a word of praise to their faculty adviser, Miss Sylvia Schermerhorn.
for the time and energy she has spent to make it a better club.
The club has enjoyed many interesting activities during the past year. Among them
were: A demonstration of the office practice class work for their parents, a social carry-in
lunch at which their coordinator, Mr. Ellison, was guest: a dinner party at the home of their
advisers, some business and educational meetings: and an ofticers' trip to the state meet-
ing at Grand Rapids.
The pep and enthusiasm of the members has given the club such an impetus that
it will surely carry along in future years.
President ., Lia Gootas Treasurer Louise Williams
Vice-President Audrey Horsburg Faculty Adviser Miss Schermerhorn
Secretary Shirley Flanders
FIRST ROW: E. English, M. Carter, W. Wideman, A. Ayers, S. Morris, A. Gillis, G. Iones, O. Collins.
SECOND ROW: I. Robinson, E. Armstead, E. Hobbs, B. Wideman, L. Gibson, G. Cross, I. Bradley, B. Morgan.
Phyllis Wheatly Y-Teens
The Phyllis Wheatly Y-Teens was started ten years ago. It is composed of students
in grades ten through twelve. Many girls continue their Y-Teens work after graduation in
The purposes of the Y-Teens are to grow as an individual and to broaden friend-
ships with persons of all races, religions, and nationalities.
The Y-Teens is part of the lnterclub Council. This gives the girls a chance to learn
what other clubs are doing. This year's program consisted ofthe following: Working with
the Altrusa Club at the U.S.O.: the Christmas Formal: Boy and Girl Relationships: The Mid-
Winter Conference, etc.
President . .. . , . . , Dorothy Curtis Treasurer .,,... ..,. , .. . ., .Ellen Ayers
Vice-President . .. . .. Shirley Morris Interclub Council
Secretary . ..... Wilhelmena Wideman Representative . ,....,.. Theola Mitchell
"Y" Dance Board
FIRST ROW: R. Keagle, E. Hay, I. Minier, B. Bauer, I. Heatley, M. Arnold, D. Pyle.
SECOND ROW: M. Youngblood, H. Barnes, B. Raabe, L. Sackrider, D. Gould, M. Fraser, B. Godde.
FIRST ROW: I. Monroe, M. Iohnston, B. Peters, M. Porter, I. Sherburn, S. Oster, D. Morrison,
B. Forster, D. Wilkins
SECOND ROW: C. Grim, S. Coash, I. Brigstock, D. Walters, V. Ryan, M. Rain, D. Singer, I. Robinson, L. Howard, E.
M S 'th M. Wilbur, B. Iarvis, W. Lynn, D. Stuart,
THIRD ROW: S. McDonald, D. McConne1, I. McRae, P. Chofiin, . mr ,
FOURTH ROW: L. Hall, D. Lawrence, M. Smith, N. Seeley, Y. Coney, C. Otis, C. Clark, I. Roberts, E. Douglas, B.
FIRST ROW: D. Wass, H. Spaulding, G. Singer, K. Darkey, L. Robinson.
SECOND ROW: C. Howe, B. Bennett, S. Shively, A. Parsens, S. Hicks, R. Nuding.
The Hi-Y Club is a branch of the Y.lVI.C.A. and is the senior organization of their world
Wide youth groups. This club has high ideals and therefore their purpose is to create, main-
tain and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character.
Last summer the Y Men's club sent four boys to Camp Hayo-Went-Ha, the Hi-Y training
camp on Torch Lake.
The Hi-Y sponsored several projects this year. Dr. Fry's talk at the two assemblies
was under the sponsorship of the "Y" Luncheon Club and the Hi-Y. Dr. Fry also spoke
at a joint meeting ot the two clubs in the evening. The Hi-Y sponsored two Hi-Y induction
ceremonies and had a turkey raffle on which they earned SSO. They gave S30 to the
World Youth Fund, which is helping young people in the War torn countries.
President . . Bob Darkey Secretary , Garth Singer
Vice-President Kermit Darkey Treasurer . . Dick Weakley
Boys' Bowling Club
This year, the Boys' Bowling Club saw a rnarked increase in active membership over the
last two years. Through the help oi their adviser, Mr. Treadwell, they have been able
to successfully carry out their tournaments consisting of singles, doubles, and mixed dou-
bles, besides the regular team competition between seven, four-man teams.
The names of the teams were as follows: The Flying Gismoes, The Flying Ten Pins,
The Sloppy Ioes, Iust Us, Pin Busters, Pick-ups, and Bill's Squad. Prizes were awarded to
the winners of the various tournaments.
President Ancil Conley Secretary Richard Lindauer
Treasurer Robert Walker Faculty Adviser Mr. Treadwell
FIRST ROW: D. Bremer, G. Handley, D. Bond, C. Casey, R. Lindauer, Mr. Treadwell, A. Conley, B. Walter, E. Blank-
enberg, P. Stootholt.
SECOND ROW: H. Swartz, B. Bennett, B. Davis, B. Tait, F. Lindauer, D. Tyler, I. Robinson, R. Snyder.
THIRD ROW: P. DeNooyer, L. Shouldice, L. Vonbubla, M. Potter, G. Tyler, H. Blankenburg, G. Briggs, I. Reynolds.
I'RAL'S ZIEGPIELD GIRLS
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ANDY AND DON
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NANCY, BEFORE THE PROM
DICK EARL, SUNNING
MADAM PRESIDENT! ! !
THAT'S OUR GIRL, EMILY
THAT OLD GANG OF MINE
LORENZO AND MANUEL.
BROTHERS AND PALS
THE MORNING AFTER
The B.C.H.S. band has ended a very successful
and busy year under the direction of Mr. Paul
Tammi, As usual, Mr. Tammi has done a very
creditable job of directing the band. Besides giving
splendid and fascinating exhibitions at all of the
football games, they played at various pep assem-
blies. Special concerts were given and broadcasts to
Percy Iones General Hospital. They climaxed the
season by playing very well at the annual spring
concert. A dance was held after this concert and
the proceeds went to the P.T.S.O. All in all we
are very proud of our band for the fine performances
it has given.
The orchestra ended a very successful year at
the Senior Play, May 2. Under the direction of Mr.
Paul Tammi, the group gave several impressive
programs. Besides playing at the Iunior and Senior
plays, it also helped out at the Band Follies and
participated in the annual Spring Concert held
The orchestra did a very admirable job on all
these occasions and we will all agree that it had
a very eventful and outstanding year.
On Ianuary 15 and 16 the Band
Follies were presented to a full house.
The crowd enjoyed it very much and
many say it was the best one ever
given. The setting was in a Sultan's
court and he Was royally entertained.
Dick Loutit acted as the Chamberlain
and did a fine job.
The show contained a lot of variety
which is essential to a well liked per-
iormance. The rnain feature of the
program was the harem dance in which
six girls dressed as members of the
Sultan's harem, did a very appropriate
dance. They appeared twice on the
All in all, it was a very successful
event and one that will be long re-
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FIRST ROW: P. Oesch, M. Shram, I. Tack, I. Gooley, S. McDonald,
V. Shilts, D. White, I. Iden, S. Wallace, D. Tait, D. Shaffer
SECOND ROW: D. Stuart, V. Montgomery, I. Robertson, I. Wright
D. Wise, G. Zasadil, B. Sass, B. Baird, D. McConnell, H. Earl
A. Opich, B. Grant, M. Brown, I. Lyon.
THIRD ROW: N. Kapiliathis, G. Wilson, I. Perry, A. Myers, I. Max-
son, C. Hughes, I. Aclrianson, K. MacCreery, L. Oakley, M
VanWagner, I. Bundy, G. Fletcher, S. Parks.
FOURTH ROW: D. Robinson, B. McGlockIin, L. Graham, B. Race,
B. Grittin, C. Walker, B. McDonald, B. Heydon, B. Kiser, I
B. Griffin, c Walker, B McDonald B. He don B. Kiser, Li
Finkbiner, G: Singer, G. Gooley, D. Desmonld, I. 'Oesch.
GIRLS GLEE CLUB
FIRST ROW: G. Iones, D. Day, P. Cantrell, M. Curtis, T. Spriggs,
A Magrune L Drake C Moore D Curtis I Kibbin er,
T. Tice, L. Payberg, B. Manley.
SECOND ROW: L. Harris, B. Sandwith, S. Upson, M. Rasmussen,
M. Van Dongen, G. Hodges, P. King.
THIRD ROW: P. Garman, B. Higbee, B. Lewis, T. Mitchell, P. Low,
D. Lawrence, C. Fettis, A. Komarck, I. Shirlaw.
FOURTH ROW: S. Morris, E. Munger, I. Avery, I. Hobbs, V. Kerr,
M. Vandenberg, A. Lum, I. Monroe, B. McCulley, N. Hansen,
H. Quinn, B. Tracy, L. Thompson, M. Smith, H. Brenner.
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t e Fall Frolic, the annual girl-date-boy
semi-formal dance which is sponsored
by the Daughters of Liberty Dancin
was from 9 to 12 o'c1ock to the music
p ng org's orchestra.
Nan Walsworth was general chair-
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FIRST ROW: P. Anderson, R. Keaqle, G. Cheek, B. Blakeman. I. Hook, N. Walsworth, V. Marshall, N.
Weiss, V. Pratt. I. Borgerson, I. Ellison.
SECOND ROW: H. Robinson, M. Norris, D. Thomson, N. Himelberger. H. McCormic, S. Francis, D. Rosine.
G. Hammons, I. Hrenkovic, B. Cull, B. Knoblock.
THIRD ROW: I. Wedel, I. Minier, E. Traut, M. McLee, R. Miner, I. Eagles, B. Blatchforcl, P. Brown, S. Mel'
lin, I. Mason, I. Reid, B. Thomas.
Snowmen and candy canes were a
featured part of the decorations for the
Christmas Dance, which was held in
the Social Room on Dec. 21. The dance
was a semi-formal affair and was
sponsored by the Student Council.
Dancing was from 9:00 to 11:45 to the
music of Iimrny Shafer's orchestra. Ruby
Keagle was general chairman with
many committees working under her.
FIRST ROW: B. Blakeman, H. McCormic, I. Hook. H Keagle H Rob nson M Norris M McC1mtic N
SECOND ROW: B. Knoblock, E. Traut, R. Miner, I. Spyker B Blatchford M McLee I Boyd B Iamleson
THIRD ROW: D. Thomson, S. Francis, D. DeMaso, E Holcomb C Otis F Bea y B Rudy S Mellrn
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Five of the Bearcctt's stalwarts made the second annual all
city football team this year. This speaks very well for the gridders
this year. George Markham also made the all state football team.
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
Marshall 7 12
Iackson .. . .. O 2l
Albion . .. .,.. 0 41
Lansing Eastern .. . 6 8
Ann Arbor ,r.. .13 7
Lansing Sexton ii,. 21 7
Muskegon Hghts. 19 6
Kalamazoo . O 6
Total . ...BS 106
The Bearcat gridders ended their season with four wins, three losses, and
one tie. Breezing through their first three games with three successive wins,
it seemed that we had uncovered a secret weapon of our own. One of
them was a prize 21-O victory over Iackson, and 41-O defeat of Albion which
was the largest score yet in this series of long standing. Then, Lansing Eastern
tied us 6-6 in a very surprising ball game. Ann Arbor, Lansing Sexton, and
Muskegon then tasted the sweet fruits of victory after defeating the team in
three hard fought games. Then as a climax to a successful season, we defeated
a tough Kalamazoo team who had been rated third in the state by a close
FIRST ROW: Medich, M., Bush, S., Becky, B., LaParl, I., Markham, G., Capt.: Smith, H., Wheeler, B., Miller, I., Kitchen
B., Mgr.: Matherly, W., Murley, D., Royal, D., Butler, B., Loutit, D., Perry, I.
SECOND ROW: Vaughns, M., Knapp, G., Wales, G., Sherman, D., Tupper, G., Carlson, D., Hartsen, V.
THIRD ROW: Aldrich, K., Mgr.: Lockwood, I., Platt, B., Simmons, K., Weakley, G., Fox, G., Schafer, B., Reynolds, H.
Hand, I., Sajtar, S., Wilkinson, P., Clark, I., Waldorf, B., Coach: Hall, K., Line Coach.
FOURTH ROW: Delano, L., Mgr.: Sovern, T., Erickson, D., Mayo, M., Amos, N.. Hickman, B., Stine, D., Anderson
O., Feeney, I., Coss, H., Bishop, F., Harter, T., Capt.-Elect: Banazak, D., Taft, B.
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FIRST ROW: K. Ward. D. Wallace, M. Leveiller, K. Millar.
SECOND ROW: E. Hobbs, B. East, M. Wolfe, Mr. Reynolds.
Without these peppy individuals who make up our cheerleading squad our football
games, basketball games, and pep assemblies would, indeed, be very dull Imagine our
school without this group of energetic fellows and girls. A great deal of credit should go
to Mr. Reynolds for his fine job as adviser.
RESULTS OF BASKETBALL GAMES
, . ,. ,. ..... 38 St. Ph1l1ps ,.,.. . ...
Grand Rapids South
Benton Harbor .,., ..
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The basketball team with only a nucleus of 3 lettermen back, overcame many diffi-
culties last season to field a team that was worthy of the highest traditions of Central sports.
Although they won only five games all season the fellows were scrapping and fighting
in every ball game.
They played their best ball against Benton Harbor and Kalamazoo, defeating Benton
Harbor for the first time in 4 years and splitting with Kalamazoo in two games which
helped to make it a successful season after all.
Owen Anderson was Captain this season and lack Ellis was elected Captain for
next year. At the close of the season 10 varsity letters were given out.
FIRST ROW: Vandenberg, H., Newton, G., Squires, B., Anderson, O., Capt.: Feeny, I., Simmons, K., Hurley, D.
SECOND ROW: Dorsett, B., Mgr.: Drikakis, G., Ellis, I.. Capt.-Elect: Gibson, S., Medich, M., Wilkinson, P., Mercer
The baseball team under Coach Gerry Graham look forward
to the forthcoming baseball season with a great deal of anticipa-
tion. Bob Owen and Keith Ferguson are Co-Captains of the team
this spring. Other lettermen who are back this year are Galen
Newton, Ioe Sajtar, Garland Fox, and Duane Bone. There are
so few lettermen back this spring, that the reserves will be counted
upon very strongly in the heavy schedule ahead of the team.
Garland Fox and Duane Bone are the standbys of the pitching
staff and Ioe Sajtar and Galen Newton are their battery mates.
The baseball schedule is as follows:
April 18 .. ..... ,.., .,...,...... ...,..,.. . . . ...... ...,... ,..., . . . . ,.... St. Phillip
April 29 .. ...... ..,. K alamazoo
May Lansing Eastern
May ,. ,.,. Ann Arbor
May ,...........,. Iackson
May Lansing Sexton
May Lansing Eastern
May ..,.... Ann Arbor
May .. ,. Kalamazoo
FIRST HOW Sa1tar I Newton G, Owen, B., Co-Capt.: Ferguson, K., Co-Capt.: Bone, D., Fox, G.
SECOND ROW Medrch M Ferguson, I., Buckout, P., Stevenson, T., Bond, R., Swartz, H., Tupper, G.
THIRD ROW Dnkakis G Mgr Hurley, D.: Gibson, S., Shively, S., Clark, I., Knapp, G., McConnell, R., Ismirle I
Central's thinclads, defending 5-A champs enter the 1947 sea-
son, determined to capture their fifth successive 5-A title. Their
first meet will be a triangular affair with Kalamazoo State High,
and Hastings, participants with our own thinclads on April 16.
Their real test will be the River Rouge Relays on April 19th: 700
athletes are entered. Fourteen lettermen are expected back for
track this year including four juniors and ten seniors. The track
team is especially strong in the middle distances this spring
with Tom Goretzka, Bud Heydon, and Bob Darkey back in
the mile. Don Royal, Ralph Selby, and Capt. Bernie Gilmore
in the quater mile. Other award winners back are Harold Mull,
Iohn Perry, Mendell Vaughns, and Bob Wheeler in the Sprints
Owen Anderson and Harold Coss are back in the field events
as are Capt. Norman Amos and George Markham in the shot put
FIRST ROW: A. Davis, Mgr.: D. Hall, T. Goretzka, G. Verity, R. Moon, S. Ryason, Mgr
SECOND ROW: B. Heydon, S. Bush, D. Wilkins, D. Royal, B. Gilmore, Capt.: N. Amos Capt G Markham I Perry
D. Vincent, R. Selby. O. Anderson, H. Coss.
THIRD ROW: B. Fitch, C. Stevens, L. Thompson, R. Ware, D. Hickey, F. Zinn, B. Barnhart B Kitchen R McGloclm
C. Dinsmore, F. Shouldzce, D. Lyons, M. Vaughns, B. Mowerson, Coach.
FOURTH ROW: L. Waters, B. Elliot, I. Prior, V. Hartsen, W. Antuck, H. Smith, S. Fredenberg I Miller K Darkey B
Thorson, H. Mull, F. Watkins.
Battle Creek again established itself as the High School Swimming capitol of Mich
iqan, as the result of this years successful season in swimming. The paddlers captured
their sixteenth league title in seventeen years, defeating the rest of the teams with almost
no competition and scoring more points than the rest of the schools together
The state title wasn't won quite so easily. but the compet1t1ve spurt of the team
couldn't be stopped, even after injuries had threatened to halt their t1tle hopes Therefore
another jewel was added to Battle Creek's swimming crown.
Twenty-eight Varsity letters were awarded at the end of the season
RESULTS OF SWIMMING MEETS
23 Michigan State Frosh.
.70 East Grand Rapids . ,
H43 Saginaw Arthur Hill
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M62 Kalamazoo . , .
......,35 Saginaw Arthur Hill
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H70 Kalamazoo ,. , ..
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61 Iackson , ., . . .
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.H30 Michigan State Frosh
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FIRST ROW tlett to rightl: R. Edwards, I. Lockwood. R. Vester, R. Davis, T. Harter R Wheeler D Barley D Des
mond, T. Goretzka, D. Thorne, D. Bigley, R. Boston, S. Shelton, L. Iudd.
SECOND ROW Cleft to rightl: G. Degregory, B. Simmons, C. Boston, D. Royal, K. Aldrich F Shouldrce H Smith B
Keagle, L. Watson. I. Oesch, B. Walters, C. Kolb, G. Verity, H. Ross, E. Cowell, Coach Mowerson
THIRD ROW lleit to rightl: P. Iarvis, D. Earl, I. Anderson, D. Peters, E. Blcmkenberg, H Blankenberg B Thorson B
Heydon. F. Zinn, I. Brunson. T. Roseberry. E. Barnes, D. Wright, D. Gray, C. Finney I Campbell I Wilkinson
D. Wagner, I. Thompsett, I. Glysaw. T. Ford, B. Darkey, Mgr.
FRONT ROW Kleft to rightlz B. Keagle, G. Markham.
BACK ROW: O. Anderson, President: I. Feeney, Vice-President.
The B.A.A. Board is the governing body of all boys' athletics in the high school.
The members of the board are elected by votes of the boys. They decide on such mat-
ters as to who will win a letter, what type of letters, or the size of the letter. Other matters
such as girls wearing a boys' letter sweater or how many strips they can wear on their
sweaters also come under the control of this board.
FIRST ROW: I. Paddock. R. Wilder, K. Bell, Capt.-Elect: F. Morgan, M. Norris, F. Burke, D. Evans, M. Kinny, I. Hand.
SECOND ROW: D. McGrifl, L. Latimor, W. Warren, G. Winslow, G. Wales. G. Howe, B. Elliot, A. Allen, B. Becky.
THIRD ROW: I. Thompson, F. Stantield, D. Bentley, Capt.: H. Spaulding. I. Smith, N. Amos, E. Bryant, C. Wolfe, M.
Mayo, P. Gibson, M. Hetland, Coach.
The Wrestling team has overcome many difficulties this year to place wrestling
among the sports oi the school. No points were given toward the 5-A all-sports trophy this
year. But, next season wrestling will receive the points of a minor sport. They lost three
matches and won two in seasonal competition. Placing second in the 5-A, they gained
revenge for earlier defeats at the hands of Lansing Sexton and Ann Arbor.
Ten varsity letters were awarded at the end of the season. Don Bentley was elected
Captain for the year. Kenny Bell is Captain-elect for next year.
FIRST ROW: Hunter, I., West, D.. Ford, T., Vastbinder, P., Capt.: Boston, C., Latimer, L.
SECOND ROW: Stanfield, F., Mgr.: Fisk, B., Lyko, H., Singer. G., Robinson, I., Nuding, B., Waldorf, B., Coach.
TENNIS SCHEDULE GOLF SCHEDULE
Eastern . . Here April 18 Eastern ,
Ann Arbor Here April 25 . .,,, .... . Sexton
Iackson There May 7 . Kalamazoo
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Sexton . .. ,
Here May 9 .
There May 13
There May l7
Here May 22
FIRST ROW: Cable, E., Bristol, D., DeNooyer, D., Bigley, D., Rush, M.
SECOND ROW: Siver, I., Morgan, F., Harter, T., Barnum, C., Hammons, W., Shouldice. L.
FIRST ROW: B. Owens. B. Heydon, D. Wilkins, B. Dcxrkey, Capt.: T. Goretzka, K. Darkey, Capt.-Elect: R. Selby.
SECOND ROW: B. Bennett, M. Bowers, B. Werner, G. Verity, T. Roseberry, G. Griffin, R. Moon.
THIRD ROW: B. Keagle, D. McKeen, Coach B. Mowexson, H. Mull, A. Allen, B. Elliott.
Over Hill and Dale
Under the capable direction of Coach Bob Mowerson, the Battle Creek Harriers ad-
vanced this hard sport another rung on its way up to becoming a varsity sport, and taking
its place among the major sports of Battle Creek High School.
Team balance was the key to the Bearcats success this year, as they emerged vic-
torious in three out of seven dual meets. They climaxed the season by placing third in
the conference and fifth in the state finals.
The Bearcats started the season by defeating Lansing Sexton 20-36, then lost a close
meet to Charlotte 23-32. Hastings fell defeated 18-28. Kalamazoo defeated the harriers
23-34. Lansing Eastern fell prey 18-38.
The Five-A Conference meet was held at Ann Arbor this year at the Hills Park course,
in which Battle Creek placed third. The State Meet was held on the Michigan Normal
College course and the Hill and Dalers placed fifth in a l4 team field. Ninety-eight fel-
lows ran over a muddy course. Seven harriers were presented with major letters at the
conclusion of the season, while three others received reserve letters. Bud Heydon, Tom
Goretzka, Don Wilkins, Ralph Selby, Bob Owens, Captain Bob Darkey, and Captain-elect
Kermit Darkey received their varsity B. C's.
Tom Goretzka was the outstanding harrier this year, as he set a new conference rec-
ord of 1O:28,and placed second in the State Meet.
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FIRST ROW: I. Boucher, C. Gibbs, P. Richards Secret
urer, M Brown H
, ary: I. Clark, President: H. Earl, Vice President: I. Lett, Treas-
. , . Addison, C. Husted, Adviser.
SECOND ROW: L. Sparks, Adviser: M. Wolf, R. Elliott, V. Nicola, N. Hutchinson, G. Davis, I. Brawner, M. Spasoft,
The backbone of the Girls Athletic Association was the Board, which met the first
and third Tuesdays of each month. Due to the planning of the Board, we had the first
girls' award assembly ever witnessed in Central by the whole school.
The number of points required for the numeral of the graduating year is 300 points.
The second award, the monogram B. C., requires 600 points, while the highest award, the
G.A.A. pin, requires 900 points. 75 points are given for each
major sport and 25 points are given for minor sports, pro-
viding the member attends at least two-thirds of the after
This has been the best year for the G.A.A. with more
girls coming out for practices in the various sports. We
are hoping that the Future will bring more and more girls
who find their interests in sports. The sponsors of the Girls
Athletic Association this year were Miss Claribel Husted,
Miss 'Iacqueline Barrett, and M
rs. Lola Sparks.
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FIRST ROW: L. Dillman, L. Enqlish, B. Blakeman, A. Sielke, R. Ploehn, D. Wise.
SECOND ROW: C. Husted, Instructor: I. Ellison, I. Huqhes, M. Reinoehl, V. Ryan, L. Erk, L. Stebel.
THIRD ROW: M. Rabbitt, I. Cook, H. Brown, D. Bowerman, M. Smith, I. Clark, P. Richards.
FIRST ROW: I. Barrett, Adviser: I. Brawner, L. Bird, N. Hutchinson, B. Grodavent, S, Yates, Capt.:
M. Smith, G. Reed, C. Husted, Adviser.
SECOND ROW: B. Forster, M. Brown, Capt.: S. Campbell, I. Clark. Capt.: N. Paris, G. Davis,
I. Gault, M. Wolf.
THIRD ROW: V. Ryan, D. Singer, I. Brittan, H. Addison, Capt.: E. Noon, P. Richards, I. Boucher,
M. Lodmell, M. Spasofi, B. Simmons.
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I. Hawks, I. Barrett, Adviser: I, Markovich, I. Cox
FIRST ROW: D. Hawthorne, M. Lodmell, B. Headley. M. Porter.
SECOND ROW: G. Grimm, B. Grodavent. N. Hutchinson, I. Lett, Capt.: P. Richards, Capt.: C.
Husted, Adviser: R. Elliott, Capt.: I. Clark, Capt.: G. Cheek, H. Addison.
THIRD ROW: I. Brawner. M. Nicola. B. Forster, M. Brown, D. Iackson, I. Gault, S. Campbell,
B. Peters, M. Wolf.
FOURTH ROW: I. Boucher, N. Paris, G. Davis, V. Shilts, M. Smith, E. Noon. G. Reed, I, LaMont,
M. Spasoft. B. Simmons.
FIRST ROW: P. Sullivan, G. Skidmore, I. Clark, Secretary: R. Marriott, Treasurer: I- Hurley, Vice
President: R. Elliott. President: N. Richards. D. Mathis, B. Thomas. N. Weiss.
SECOND ROW: I. Hart, M. Hoxey, G. Rolfe, B. Burden, B. Dygert, S. Yates, M. Nicola, C. Ross,
M. Wolfe, C. Husted. Instructor.
THIRD ROW: B. Forster, G. Reed, M. Lodmell, M. Smith, E. Noon, P. Richards, N. Hutchinson,
H. Addison, C. Otis, I. Brittan.
FIRST ROW: C. Grimm, N. Paris, V. Shilts, M. Lodmell,
SECOND ROW: N. Hutchinson, B. Grodavent, G. Davis, I. Lett, I. Brawner, B. Burden, G. Cheek,
B. Peters, M. Porter, I. Clark.
THIRD ROW: I. Brittan, V. Ryan. D. Singer, B. Forster, M. Brown, H. Addison, D. Iackson, I. Gault,
R. Elliott, B. Headley, M. Wolf.
FOURTH ROW: I. Boucher, S. Campbell, R. Myers, M. Smith, S. Yates, E. Noon, P. Richards. G. Reed,
M. Spcrsoff. B. Simmons.
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