Muncie Central High School - Magician Yearbook (Muncie, IN)
- Class of 1936
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E have enjoyed producing this book, which
attempts to incorporate the highest ideals
of our class.
Realizing that it is the ideal of an accomplish-
ment that finally gives it life and being, we have
constantly kept in mind the significance of each
individual, unit, and incident.
Now our wings have been triedg our capacity
has been tested. Our plane vibrates with eager-
ness to be on its Way.
Let us remember to keep our eyes focused on
the beacon gleams of faith, hope, and charity.
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A o THE PARENTS of the senior class of i
h 1936, who have so kindly and lovingly made f
possible for' us the attainment of the highest and e '
best in life by their encouragement of education, P
this' Magician is affectionately dedicated I
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Prrsiflvfzl, Board of Ezlzwation Tnwxurvr, Board of Erlumtiou Svrrvlary, Board of Exlumliou E.YL'L'llfi1'l' Srcrvlary and Auditor
PAUL F. ADDISON
Prinripal, Cunlral High School
D. W. HORTON
Mllllfil' Srlmol Cily
MRS. SUSAN B, NAY
Dean of Girls, Snliervisaor of Attunilaiice.
MRS, ICRMA B. LAHRISTY
Suimcrvism' of Home Economics Ileivartincnt,
Director of Guidance.
II. I". BRIVKLEY
Superwsoi' Iniluslrial Education Ilepartnient,
Slip:-i'visor of Buildings anil Grounils.
MISS JEANNETTE ALLAN '
Mathcmatics, Sopliomorc C'oL1nscIor,
MISS FRANCES ANIDREVVS
Ilead of Botany and Biology Ilepartlnents.
MISS MARY BALIWYIN
Business Education CSecoml Semcsterj.
GILBERT BLA CKVVOOD
MISS FLORA BILBY
Art .'X111ri'eciation and Fine Arts.
MISS ELEANOR JEAN BLY
English and llramatics.
MRS. ESTIIER KELLER BROAYN
Latin and English.
MISS EMMA CAMMACK
MKS. LOIS CLARK
MISS ,IOSEPIIINE CTI.EYI-lNGER
MRS. MARTIIA l'OI"I"IN
R. LLOYD COOLEY
MISS OL,-X E. COVRTNEY
Health Education, Home Economic-.
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Business Education, junior Class Social S11onSoi'.
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MISS DEBORAH EDVVARIJS
Ilvacl of Boys' Physical Erlncation Ilupartnicnt,
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II, E. FENIMORE
Ileail of Mathematics Ilvpartnient.
MRS. KRICSZENTIA FENIMORE
Business Education tlfirst Scnicstcrj.
MRS. RATIIRYNE GARCEAI'
MISS ELLA IIOLLENBACIQ
Ilome Economics, Serum' Social Sponsor
M ISS ELIZA BETII IIIl'I'Zl'Il.
MISS CIIARLINE IAMIESON
Head of Foreign Language Ilcpartnicnt, Sophomore Connseloi
MRS. MARY JOHNSON
Basketball, Baseball, :uid Golf Coach, Social Science.
MISS KATHERINE KING I
Hcail of Girls' I'l:ysical Education Ilepartinc-nt.
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By Florence Lanning
A window has moods like people,
I found as I mused one day.
It's gay as a laughing child
When touched by a morning ray.
It aches and strains with beauty
With power to startle or soothe.
One hour it's triumphant, glorious.
That passesg it's pained and bruised
But at twilight it's like a woman,
Weeping for some lost joy.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
DONALD CHURCH, PYl'XitlL'l7f.
Boys' Pep, Hi-Y, and "M" Clubs, Basketball, Student Council,
Magician, All-around Boy, Most Popular Boy.
"Our senior pilot kept his hand on the joy stick and steered our
class plane to success?
HOWARD MCKINLEY, Vin' Prc'xizfr'11l.
Geography, Hi-Y, and Vergil Clubs, Munsonian, Student Council,
Magician, Honor Society.
"Good scholarship and solid dependability have made him a
popular passenger on our plane."
LOIS GARDNER, Srfreiury.
Girls' Pep and Vergil Clubs, Girls' Service Club Executive Board,
Honor Society, Student Council, Magician, Most Popular Girl,
All-around Girl, Relay Queen's Attendant.
"Her charming personality has endeared her to her many friends."
ROBERT A. WILLIAMS, Trraxlzrrr.
Dauber and Hi-Y Clubs, Honor Society, Intramural, Student
"A boy of sterling worth who gets things done."
LOIS TAYLOR, Eilifor of Mngifian.
Ceemoh, Dramatics, Geography, L'Allegro, Science, and Social
Science Clubs, Student Health Committee, Honor Society, Ma-
gician, "Mignonette," '1Only 38."
"Our Lois tackled a hard job and Finished it triumphantly. May
she always be as successful."
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MARYliEl-l.li BIQNNETT, Girls' l'ep, L'Allegro, and Social Science Clubs,
Hand, llonor Society, Magician, Munsonian.
"She excels in music and in everything she does."
UVA F. ISENNFQTT, Geography Club,
"l7va sweet disposition."
A. C. BERNSTEIN, Best llressetl Boy, Class Sheik, Tennis
and Basketball, .Basketball Manager, Geography and "Al"
"That man about town, A. C., is a future politician."
HARRIIQT BEUOY, lfriendship, Girls, Pep, Science and Yergil Clubs,
Magician, l'h1latel1c Society, Munsonian, Honor Society, "Mignonettc.l'
Ullarriet will miss Centralg we'll miss her, too."
MILDRED BIRJT, Friendship and Geography Clubs, Munsonian,
Magician, "Mignonette," "Only 38."
"Central will really be hurt when it loses Mildred l5irt."
DWIGHT E. BLACK, Boys' Pep,-Dauber, Hi-Y, and l.'Allegt'o
Clubs, Orchestra, Band, Senior Quartet, "Only 38."
"Fond of music and musical people."
VVILLIAM BLACK, L'Allegro Club, Band.
t'Singing songs will get him along."
JANE BLEASE. Girls' l'ep Club, Junior Treasurer, Student Health
Committee, Munsonian, Student Council, Magician, "Mignonette,"
Relay Queen's Attendant.
"Success in life will be easy for jane, she has beauty, brains, and
a winning way."
BETTY BONHAM, 'Geography Club.
"Kind and considerate of others is always Betty's way."
BERNEIDA BOYD, Dramatic and Girls' Pep Clubs, Student Health
Committee, ltlunsonian, Magician, "The jade God."
"A sweet, Winsome girl with a charm all her own."
GIJQNNA BOYD, Geography Club, Magician.
"Her distinguishing trait is her good nature."
ROSA R. BRICKER
"A quiet girl who is liked by all."
DOROTHY BRIGHT, Geography Club.
'tShe's quiet and composed."
TOM IERIGHT, Intramural.
"Ile's full of mischief and fun."
O'NEll, BROOKS, Geography Club.
"liashiul and beamingfl
GENEVA BROWER, Friendship Club, Magician.
"She's always smiling and pluckyf'
ADAM HROVVN, Class llistorian, Honor Society.
"Adam holds a high place in the estimation of his classmates."
DRUCILLA IIROXVN, Magician.
"A girl we are proud to know."
H, ECGENE BRONYN, Science Club.
"A future electrical engineer."
EDMOND ICUGICNIE BROWN, lloys' Pep and Geography Clubs,
Intramural, Alunsonian, Track, Magician.
"Gene has what it takes to makc a successful personf,
IEVELYN l!ROVVNlQWEl.L, Vergil Club. I
"just because she's quiet is no sign she can't sing."
JUNE BRYAN, Student llealth Committee.
"She loves drawing."
RICHARD RCMP, Geography Club, Intramural, Football.
"Our class sleeper has a winning wayf'
LORRAINE IICNDY I
"She is short, but she has many friends."
RUTH BURCHARD, Geography Club, Magician.
"Her pleasant smile makes many a sale."
MARY LOUISE lllfRKliTT, Geography Club.
A loyal senior girl."
ROI! HCRTON, Geography Club. . I Y
"A tiuc disposition has llurtong of this we are cert:nn.'
MARY l.Ul'IS.X l'.XR'I'I'I'liIIiII.'I'. lii'u5Ii':11wIiy fluli, Ii. X. A.
"A linlvpy uwm-r of Il lwzirl nf gimlilf'
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"Mic ix ili-pi-mlzililv :uul cuurtvous with Il chccrful sinilc fur uvcryui10."
MARIIC t'lIlCNUWIC'I'II, Xlngicizin.
"Suu-vt :nul fiicullyf'
ISUII 1'IIII,IlS, IlIlI'JlIIIlII'IlI, Mnfzilcizm.
"Hur :artist frinn Nlzilllii-ws."
III-IRNARII liIIlI.'I'fJN, Iutr:nnur:iI, Gulf, Nlzigiciun.
"I5:n'm-y lx thc iwsciicc of pcrfinizilityf'
IXIYRUN l'I,.XRK, Ili-Y :uul Science Clubs, Mngicizni.
"A man uf his worilf'
IUDSVUIC i'I..'XRIi, Ilziiul, Urclla-slim, NIZIHICIIIII.
"A witty gi-nili-inzin, :L 'ei-usilrlc sclmlzir, :nnl :i Iinislivrl musician."
l'l'R'l'IS lCI.IVU1lI3 l'I.Il"lf0RIJ, Hcugrzniliy Cluli.
"i'lifty will lic iwiiicliilwrcil :is :L lmpulzir l'cnlrnlitc."
ROIIICIIT l4I.Ul'SlC, Iloys' Pep, Hi-Y. :ind I.'iXIlugr0 flulxs,
Iutr:nnur:il, Ilnskctlizill, 'l'r:1ck, Senior Qnzirtct.
"ln uthlctic IIIIISICIIIILH
AHA V. VUNN, iii-uy.zi':ipIiy flulx.
"Slu- has :in Qltlrxictivc pl'i's4m:ility."
MARY IC'I"I'.X KfO0YICR'l'
"An UIIIINSIIIIIIIIK girl of sterling uurth."
S'I'l'1YIC-t'UI'li, l,'AlIi-gm l'luli, Student Ilcxillli UUIIIIIIIIIUC,
"Ilc1iu llruinincl hiinsi-lf."
LUIS QNX, Scif-vivo Vluli, 42. A. .X. , XluuMn.i:iu.
"I,iiIs Ima mn' uf l'vnIr:il's f:lvuI'iIc sniilcsf'
IUIISICIVI' VILUZU, Xlunxmihni. Magician.
"Huh ilin-s hix ninlx quntlx I I
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'IX iwvvcrmiiici' with :I winning wily."
ININII'iRI'iIl l'RlSI,IiR, Yvrgil zinil irc-liiimli l'luIw, Iliniin' Society.
"l'ii'i'rn :mil i':ii-szir uri- Iwi: of Iiur gmail fl'ivtnls."
VKX VIUISIIIICIQ, Surizil Svivnci- liluli.
HSWIIIIIIIIIIK is his linlxlnyf'
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"Uno uf thc- Iivzirczxta' must cimsistviit lmu5tc1's."
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Ili' has inzuiy guml friuinlx unil nlwziys uilI."
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"Dun, wlm is uni- uf our Iiinstcins, is jolly, likuzililc, :niil lnuf'
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MARY .XI.IK'I'i ILXVISSUN, Ilruinzitic nnil llziuhur Clubs, Mnllsullinil.
"Slu- has :i sunny ilispusitirnif'
TOM ILXIYSUN, Ili-Y fluli, Inlrsunurzil, Nlnnsuninn, hlllglillilll.
"A quii-I :xrtixt wliu will :icliivvc lnnun's."
lilllllzlil IlI',I'.RR, iii-ugiwuiliy Vlnlr, Iutrinnniul. Iluskvtlizill.
"UlTicc work in what hc lil-cus: lu ln- :L fricuil is his di-ligl1t."
IlURU'I'IIY IPIC l.l'l'Y, I"l'Il'IHIhIllIr :mil livogiilpliy flulw.
"She has quiet ilciu-iulzilvilily ziinl :i fricnclly in:inncr."
IIIKRY IIICXIINH, 124-ugl':ipli3 Iilnlm.
"IIL'r chief linlvit in umking lricinls."
SYLVESTER L. l7OOLI'l"l'l.E, Geogrzuiliv Club.
"l'l1otog'r:1pl1y is his hobby."
LORENE I7lll"liIII'I"l', Ceeinoh :intl Geogrzipliy Clubs, Alzigieizui.
"Girls, here is your clothes' designer,"
i'll6lIil'I1lYS gift to the lniliesf'
NlARGI'ERl'l'E VIRGINIA DYER
"A quiet, stuflious, friendly girl."
ESTIIER EISRITE, Science, Ilrzunzitic, :xml Vergil Clubs, Alllgllflllll,
"lake My Advice," Ilonor Society.
"Capable scholarship :intl zirlinirzible personality nizike her
I'HYLLlS EIDVVARDS, Socizil Science mul Ifrienclsliiiv Clubs,
"Sweet mul childish is her style.
Anil very wiusome is her smile."
NIARGARET ELLIS, Dunbzu' and Ilziuber Clubs, Colorerl Class Giggler and Wit
"She says little but knows much,"
MARY ELEANOR ELLIS, Girls' Pep Club.
"l'ep11y and vivzleiousf'
RUTH ILENE EVANS, Social Science Club,
"Those who know her have a loyal friend."
IAYNE EVERE'I"I', Social Science Club.
"Here is competition for Ginger Rogers."
ROIIERT FICHTER, lloys' I'ep finrl Hi-Y Clubs, Intramural.
"Bob goes out for sports in 11 big way."
JAMES FIELIIS. llziuber Club.
"A boy of sterling qualities."
DALE IVISIIER, "NIR and L'AlIegro Clubs, llziud, Footbzill, Iiest Looking Iioy.
"lAllClIig!1!'l,S loss is certainly our gain."
MARY ALICE FLOYD
"A lovely girl with zi lovely smile."
GENE FUORBIAN. Geogrfipliy Club, Sturleilt Health
'tllay Southern California profit by our loss."
IIOVVARD GALE FORD, Science Club. '-Only JS,"
'AA bright future will be his."
IIINI FOSDICK. Vergil, Ilrnmzitic. unrl Ili-Y Clubs, Bluusonizin,
Intramural. Ilonor Soeietv. "Take Aly Advice," "lN'Iii1nouette,"
Magician, Student Council, "Bargains in Cathay," "The Sheivliertl
VVho Stayed Iiebindf' Iiest Actor, "Only 38.,'
"Jim possesses loyalty, frienclliness, learlership, and intelligence."
"An efficient, well-'ikerl commercial student."
XNNIE LACRIE FUINLIQES, llunbzxr Club, Nlzigrieizui, Most Populzu
and All-ground Colored Girl.-
"An efficient tylwist who is likecl by everyone."
AIILITRED FUK. Ihrrinmtie and Girls' Pep Clubs, "The Shepherrl VVh0
Stayed Beliiiirlfl "Only SX,"
"She'll COINS smiling through life."
CHAITLES E. FRAZIER, VVillaril St. llrzinch lli-Y :uid
Dunbar Clubs. Most Popular Colorerl Iloy.
"VVe :ill like Clizirlief'
lXlARGl'REA'l'E FRAZIER. lfrieinlshiiv Club. Alunsonizm.
"Central's Amelia Earhart,"
ELLA AIAYNE FROELKE
'ACentral will hate to lose lit-11"
ELIZAllE'l'll ANN lfl'I.l.. Girls' l'e1v Club.
"She likes to ride il bicyelef'
IDLLURIS FCLLER, Ifrienclship Club. G. A, A.
"Fuller than sunshine with warmth is her cheery smile."
JAYNE GALIIRAITII, Gir's' I'e1i Club, Iuuior S--eretziry, Girls'
Service Club Executive llozircl, Alzxgicizin, Ik-st llresserl Girl.
"A popular girl we :ill agree,
Anil heautiful :is you can see."
MARTHA l., GAI LIMURE. Aluusonizni, Nlzigieizui.
"Give her something to nlo, :incl you know it will be done."
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Rtblllzkl lb. I..XX LUN, tluvgrztpliy t'lulr, "Ili5 First Dm-ss Suit."
"'l'lu- lu-xt win' ls tliw guy way."
MARY ,l.XNIi 42lYIJll.XR'Ii
"Sho lmltlx gt wzum plncs- in 1-vcry onc's lu-:u't."
"XVc'l's- glml you czuuc lmck to kiCl1l1'Zll.H
.r .1 mv: it
l'tl5l lNl'. Xl.Xl'. t.l.l',NN, tu-nglulg lly -ml Ili l ir llllis.
"Slip wants In In- :1 uulw--Q lu-x' rm-rgy .mul ll!tlllgllliUllIL'5i :-lu-ulsl muliu
lltl suumul H
l'Rl-.Il t.lll4l1, Xllmwnizul, Nl:u.:iL'i:u1.
"Sli-utliy 4'm-utrnl lim Ji rum- fm' m-ws.'
Nl,XRtl.XRl'1'l' tltllflf. lfrivmlsliiim t'lulm, Nluuwuizui. lll1l3.I'lL'lIlIl.
"Hkl:ll1m1l:1 loft :l spsirkliug ji-wcl
xvllt'll Nlrlrgv t':u1lc lu-ru tu Srllcnrxlf'
ICMICRSHX tLHtllP,Xl.l., tic-ngistpluy :mtl Ntillzirtl St. Ilrzlncli lli-Y l'lul1a,
lhwt Vnlnrml lim' llIIIlK'l'l'.
'HX acnim with fliguitivrl linux-.
NtJl,l'1Nl'I tQtltill.Xl.l., llunlml' lilulr.
"Slu- nluuyx lim :1 ln'ip.:l1t miilm-."
llXINlll'. t.HtlIJNI.XN, lizmlmvr t'luli.
"lullv ix jim. :mtl wi-'x'v :ull for him."
R1lI1I'IR'l' t2lll'l,, "MU tlulm, lutr:u1uu':nl, lfnmtlvxlll, 'l'i':xck, NN7l'L'4tlilIj1'.
-Milglrizlll, Allluwr Xirz-l'1's-sirlviit.
"K ri-:nl spmtsuuul :mul st tim- fc-llnwf'
Vt ll.l,l.XM t,Hl l "M" l'lula, lutr:umu':il, Fuutliztll. 'l'mck.
"VN'1- urn- Mlll' yuu will NllL'Ct't'tl in lift- :li wvll :ls you ilicl in ftmtlrzlllf'
IllC'I"l'Y IXXIC tiR.XN'l'. Hivl-4' Pup Club.
"Sugar is swt-vt. liul li. .l. is swci-tor,"
Iitlli MILXN I, llrl llulv llzxxlu-tliznll. Rl1llIlCl!ll1, "Only ER."
Ulluli :uplrm-x In lim- Il Npvvrl king."
.Xl.IllCl?'I' flltlil-Il.N, Mzxgivinii. "His First Drvss Suit."
llu- lunilu-r lmxim-W ix gt-ttiug wlmt fll'T1tl'Ill is starry In luecu'
M.XR'l'llX IIRICICX. tlirli' l'vp. lfrictitlsliip. :mul Social Science
tlulmx. Nlzxgicim, Nluiwmiizui.
,X tilvfrv l'lTIL'lt'Ill girl ws- ll uvvvt' Svc.
MXRY tQRlCl'lX. llurlx IH-ll. lfxirmlwliip, :xml Social Scivucc Vluln,
HVV4- xlizlll um furgvt lu-r quit-t frim-mllim-ss."
Xl.Xlll,ll.X 1-Rl',l,N. tit-vvgr':lpliy' Vlulr,
fwlnw Il flu-ml uf ull,
Xlll.llRl'Ill X'l.X KIRICIQN, tIvugl':l11l1y :tml fs-eumli Vlulvs.
",Xlw:iyQ lm-:lu-N ps-uirlv with tlu- fcvlmg tlmt tlu-y'1l likv
lu knuw lim' lwttn-l'."
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M.XltN I'R.XN1l'.5 tfRl'.I'.Nl'., hails IH-iv tlulv.
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lf it x lu-ing xl-im-, Nl'u'x' u1'l flu it. '
lfX'l'lRlC'l"I' l. t2Rl.I.Nl,lfl'f. th-wg1':npl1y' flulv, lI1l1'IllllUl'Ill. :tml Magician.
"l'1-ntr:1l'w NUIIIUI' :'m11m':li:tii."
R.XY GRI Ill!l.l-1, l!lll'2lIlIlll'Ill.
.X lim- lun' uc :ell :lgl'L'L'."
t.l.,XlH5 l,I-.llI.X f.Rll"I"l'l'll Yi-rgil t'luly l"tml
lufnw- Imzll :mil 4lr'1wml:xlvlm- girl tlivrc- is umux
Slim- llnlrls tlu- l'z-spvrt :tml zulllllrzntluu uf 4't'n'1'y'ul1C,"
lNlR'l'llY HRUVN l"1'ivml'4l1iii :tml llnulwr t'lulw. M:ig.:it-izui,
"Slu- 't irrnvx' un
irx' pulvulzir m'vz'l'v 1l'lV'
YIYIXN I'l'Nlt'l'f fll"I'llRIli. Duulizu' Vluli,
"Syym't mul lnzislifulf'
VVll,XlX ll.X.XS, tl-4-iiluli. Sm-it-in-4-, Yu-vigil, :mal Dzlulu-1' tilulw,
"Nut umny' pmqrlm- :uv :nw :ln-In-ililnlxlm' :mil prmiipt :la ltillicxl'
fiI'fR.Xl.Ib I-'. ll .Xt 'Kl"'l"I'
" l lurk :mal llrmilv
nm' witli fl winning uuilu-."
I Xl l II XIYICS, Ilmw' I'm-lv t'lulv, lllll'IlllllIVZll. 'I'v':u'k. VW:-xtlixip.
. , . . ,
lvv :lml L':m-fl'c'i- is lzlul, :uul lic is like-1l lmy .1ll.
l'.Xl'L HANEY, Geography Club.
"He has the ambition to climb the ladder of success."
LENNIE MAE HANN, Geography Club, Honor Society, Magician.
"Our mathematical wizard."
LORETTA HANNAN, Girls' Pep and Dramatic Clubs,
'llilignonettef' Relay Quecrfs Attendant.
'tShe is a tonic and a delightful, peppy one, for she
can Sing Your lilues Away'.',
"One of our popular blondes."
DON TIARROLD, lloys' Pep and Ili-Y Clubs.
"A future financier with many friends."
BETTY UARTLEY, Girls' Pep Club, lilagician.
"A dancing beam of sunshine."
ROSS HAWKINS, lilagician.
"When one thinks of decorations and backgrounds,
he thinks of Ross, the handy man."
DONALD HELDENISRAND, "M" Club, Honor Society, Intramural,
Football, Track, Wrestling, Magician.
'Alu football he does excel.
As a friend We think hels swell."
t'Someday we'll be using a device which Dale has designed."
YVILLIAKT TIERRERT, Golf.
"VVuody docsn't say much, but when he does, it counts."
DONALD LARRY HEYWOOD, Dunbar, Geography, and Willard St.
llranch Hi-V Clubs. intramural.
"lie toots some high notesf'
BERNARD lllCKEY. Student Health Committee, TT01101'
Society. intramural. Tlaseball, Magician.
'tWith his ability he will build to the highest heights
"Shc'll bc doing acrobatic stunts in the Follies."
t'Smiling is thc sign of happiness. That is the reason he smiles."
J'E.XNNE'l"l'E HIRES. Geographv and Girls' Pep Clubs.
'KX cheery smile has she for her countless friends."
li l 'RL HOBBS
"Old stamps and old coins will make him a famous man."
DORIS HOLDREN, L'Allegro Club.
HA mirror of courtesy."
ERNESTINE HOLE -
t'VWhat she has to say is always worth listening to."
MERRILL HOLE. "M,', Geography, Ili-Y, and L'Allegro Clubs, llasketball.
"Our popular basketball ca.ptain's ponies and efficient playing win honors."
' M.XR.ND.XLE HOOVER, Friendship and Girls' l'ep Clubs,
Student Health Committee, Munsonian.
"Our Miss Inquisitive has poise and pep."
LOIS EVELYN IIORTON, Dauber Club.
MILES HOSSOM. "M," Science, and Boys' Pep Clubs, Honor Society,
Wrestling, Golf, Football Manager, Magician.
"A student with a record of scholastic and athletic achievements."
"VVhen basketball winners 'ire picked, George will do it."
"Our llollyanna is a grand girl."
'lXl.NR'l'l-LX HVGHES. Girls' l'cp Club.
"Lupe Velez hasn't anything on Martha."
ROSANNA l.ll7RS'l', llauber and Friendship Clubs, Band, Orchestra.
t'Good things always come in small packages."
DALE Hl'R'l"l', Intramural.
"Maidens, herc is the answer to your prayer."
lNlY.Xl.ID LIQXYIS IRNYIN, H111-' l'1-11, llifY. "NL" :111rl l,'.Xllrg1'11 Vlulv-,
l11l1:1111111:1l. l"m1ll1:1ll. flrcl1n-xl1':1. XY11-Nlliiig, ll:1111l,
"l11111 rm-111:-111l11-is ilu- grin 111 g1i11rl.'
".Xlw:1ys l11-li1111i.1 411l1L'1s.'
.UQNHS IICNKINSUN, l71:1l11:1IiC, l'.l'lL'llflSlll1i. liirl'-' l'i'11,
S1-ia-11n'l'. 511111 121-ug1':111l1y l'l11l1N
".X11 :lll:11n11111l girl,"
lll Xlllllzh IUIINSHN. lmys ln-11 ll11l1
"'ll1r 111114-I l:11l will1 tlic nick' v41iC1'."
"llf111flf11:11111'1-:I l'l:1111l1' will lu- 111ixw1l lmy 1-vm-1'y 11111-,'
l'1l'l2l'fNl'l HIIINSUX. "'l':1ku My .Xilviccf "'l'l11- Sl1v11l1cl'1l
VVI111 Slaywl lla-l1i11ml," Il:111ln-1', Tlr:1111:1tic, l,'.XlIcgr11,
111111 Ycrgil l'l11l1N, Sm-11im11' fwlll7ll'tK'l.
"llc will sing his xxziy lu 1-i1CL'n'sw."
I I XX'Ih IHlI55HN. In-11g1:1i1l1y lll1l1.
"l,1-wig ix 4-vi-1'yl1111ly's lri1'11rl."
MICl!l.l'I -IHNICS - H
"ll1' 1111111-. lu l11' 11 s:11l11r.
Xlfll l,Il1'XNN INNICS. Hirlx' ll01P :1111l 5cir11C1' l-lllllk
4 'SlIn-rHlwwilvl1i11i.: crm-N :1111l -ws-ct 111-1'sm111:1lily 5:11 :1 long XYZIN
Rl lill lHXI'IS, lh-11gr:111l1v l'l11l1. Ili-Nt lll'l'ShL'tl :1111l Ili-at l.u11ki11y5 l'41l111'c1l Girl
"ll1i1' splviulicl in-11111:111sl1ip iw 5111114-ll1i11g 111 1'c111c111l1v1'."
XYl'lNlll'1l.l, VIUXICS. llc-ogr:1i1l1v lilulw. A
".X quid :1114l c'm1x4-1'v:1livc l:1rl willi :1 you for 1111iSlc,"
XVII I I XXI l"R'Yl"9'l l1lYl"9 llll1'llllllI"ll
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"lla-Nilmw lll'l' 'l1:1vi11gC XYllll Sllll'lK'Y,H
,IICRRY lil'ilfYl'1lx'. IIi'Y lillilx, Nl:1gici:111.
"lm-1111 guml l1u111411' l1:1'-2 0ll1ll'lll'L'll l1i111 ln 1-V4-1'y1111c'."
ll.XYlll lf. KlfMl'lCR, lluyw' l'm-11 :incl licug1':111l1y fllllrs.
",X111l1-1'r1111l luv llils lux-11 l'v11trz1l'5 gain."
I IWIS KING
'ZX gnml f1i1-11ml tu lI.lYC'.H
YIQRK li. KINH, G4 .X. X., Nl1111v111i:111. YL-1gil :111-I l"1'iv11mlxl1ip l'l11l1
Xl:1gic11111, II1111111- Sucin-ly,
"ill 11111n'l1 wrviu- l1:1vs- lu-4-11 llcr i1111ck :mil :1cC11r:1lv liiign-rs."
-Il'Nl'l lil.lClNl"lfl.lllCli, llirlx' l'i-11 l'l11l1, Xl:1gici:1i1.
'IX girl we-'rl l1:1lm' lo lm willmlll.
l11 vvn'1'x'll1i11g Nl1s"s 11 11114111 4C1111l."
I R N l-IST li Rl 'li
'AXYA' wumlm-1' if il ix ll l.Ill'ill 'slmvk' 111 lu- :111 1-lm'cl1'iL'i:111."
lilC'I"I'Y lfRl'5l':. fiills' l'm'11, SL'iL'l1L'4'. :1111l Ym'rp.:il l'l11l1s,
Xl:1gir'1:111. ll1111111 S-lcivly.
"l11l1-llm-vliiznl lnil :1l11:11w in-:nlr fur l'1111."
l'll.Xlil.lfS l,.XMll, Ili-Y i4l11l1. Nl:111iC1:111,
"l'm-111131 smile. poppy wuyx, in-ppy fn-ll41x1."
t,l,Xll lnlfllll. lfrii-111lNl1i11 :mil tiirlx' IH-11 Fl-lilly NI:1giri1111,
l.:1111l1 111 11:11114- l111t 1111-1-kin-w l1:1s 1111 plnrm- 111 Illll'!lk'llV0 N:1m11111s l1fL-.
UII5 l..XNlM. l11t1:111111r:1l.
"ll4- wziiils to ln- :1 lu.1lf111:1kv1,'
l.UVN'lCl,l, I..X XIU'I4'I'lC
"ll1' will lu- :1 fllllllllli rl1u111iNt."
llHRl'iNl'l-I l..XNNlNl2, Social Svi4'11cu 111111 Yvrgil l'l11l1s, ll111111r Sucicty.
Ml111su111i:111, l'l:1w lm-1.
"Nur cullvgc girl."
lfl,l.l'1N l.l'1.XYlfl,l.. ll1111l1:1r l'l11l1.
"llt'r vmmim' is :1lw:1yN Sufi :1:11l l4111'."
XY.Xl,l l'.R I,l'.HN.XRll. llIllllHK'l' :1111l lli-N lliilw, l111r:111111r.1l
"lliN vgns will giiisla- l11111 tu fiiliirn- x1ln'L'L'sx."
MARTIIA LINN l.E'l'ZI.ER, Dramatic and Girls' l'ep Clubs,
"IIis First Dress Suit."
"Shy and swectg she can't be beat."
ELEANOR LEVVIS, Ceemoh and Geography Clubs.
A'She has a merry twinkle in her eyes."
MARIETTA LICIIER, Girls' Pep, l.'AllL'g1'o, Science and
Friendship Clubs, Orchestra.
"A musician whom Central has been glad to have had."
VAULINE LITTLER. Dramatic, Geography, and Girls' l'ep Clubs,
'tl'auline is as sweet as can be."
ROSENIARY LUCKE, Cenmoh and Friendship Clubs,
Student Health Committee.
"Loved always will she be by plain women made beautiful,
for she wants to be a beauty operator,"
MARY VIRGINIA LONG. Girls' Pep, Science, and Soeia
Science Clubs, Student Health Committee, Nlunsonian
"She will 'Longl be remembered."
CARL LUSH, Intramural.
"I-Ie is the height of all ambition."
'Speech is great, but silence is greater."
ELIVIER LUNDIIERG, Hi-Y and Science Clubs,
"Elmer is a go-gctterf'
EINIURY MCCLAIN, Geography Club, Intramural.
"Ile will roll and roll to success, for he has the qualities which make
everyone like him."
ANNE MCCLUNG, Ilonor Society, I,'Allegro, Science, and
t'Studying and succeeding go hand in hand with Anne."
IIELEN. LTCCUY, Girls' Pep and Dauber Clubs.
"Smiling seems to be her hohbyf,
RICHARD McCRACKEN, Science and lloys' I'ep Clubs, Intramural,
"Hels good with a. pen and pencil you sce,
For he has drafting ability."
"A real fellow and a perfect gentlemanf,
WILLIAM IXICGALLIARD, Ilonor Society,
"An electrical wizard and a fine fellow."
CARL MCGARY, Science Club, Nlagician, Iland.
"Carl is a real pal.',
DAVID A. NICGILLIARD, Dramatic and Hi-Y Clubs, Orchestra,
"The Shepherd VVho Stayed Ilehind "
'AStarnp collecting is his hobby."
"lIe is ablc to succeed in anything he attempts."
"It can't be said that Ilill doe-sn'f enjoy life,"
EDGAR McLAI'GIIl.IN, Geography Club.
'AHappilv and cheerfully Edgar goes along."
RfJRlCR'I'A McI.Al'GHLIN, Girls' l'ep Club.
"She looks up to everyone."
JAINIES D, RICNAIEB, Track
"A popular draftsman of great promise."
THELMA IllCNEI.l.A", Geography Club, llcst Girl llancer, .
"She's a wonderful dancer."
IIILL MAGGS, Nlagician, I It
"A friendly compound of wit and wisdom."
A'AlwayS whistling and always gay."
FRANCEINE C. MANN, Friendship and I,'A1legro Clubs, Magician.
'AWe'Ve never seen her angry. Ilave you?"
MARTIIADEI. MANSFIELIJ, Science and Girls' llcp Clubs,
Munsonian. "Ilis First Dress Suit."
1'Thc world would bc full of fun and frolic if we all
were like Martyf'
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".X l'c'gl1l:n' fx-lluw wllum 0vL'l'y111u' llkvsf'
l'I'IlHlX' l'Il,lZ.Xlll'I'l'll lXl.XRX. Girls' l'e-im Vhih, Xlzigicinu,
"NuniIwiw hor frii-mls hy thi- Ivmvplc shi- has incl."
liIJVX'.Xl!l7 fllliM.XN NLXSUN, lluys' l'vp mul
Sncizul Sc-ii-ucv Vluhw.
"LX lim' fellow tru lin4HY."
4lll,ll'1 Nl.Xl'f Xl.XS'l'lN. llllllllill' :mil liunpwziixlly lllllllti.
"Sw:-4-I hut vvry shy."
l'll.XRl.fVl"I'I-I fXl.NI'l.l.l-IR A
'ifjuivt :mil xiiivvrz- in vvcry thing sho flllK'll'lI!lf4.U
RUlil"R'I' Nl.XYN.XRD I
"Huh has :i puwi-rfiil :imhitimifclvvlricifyf'
1 lllUS Xll'1N'l'lS. lhtullfiliv :xml llifY liluhs.
"llcri- ix 11 lmv wi- shall miw,
I-'Ur tlu-ri' ig llnl :inmlwr likr i'ln'is."
Ill'i'l"l'X' Nll'iYliR. llirls' l'i-11 Vluh. llulmr Such-ly, fXl:lg'ici:n1.
"N:-alt, ill-In-lizlzilxlv, :lml ww:-vt."
Xl.XRl,XN IXIICYER. Girls' IK-11 Vluh, lVl:lgici:m.
".X guy page in thx' lihr:iry."
IlI.RXl,XN NIIVII XICI.
"llc-l'm:m lhinlu iivwl :mvl lzllks :xfls'1'w:1rrl,"
l,l,UYIl MILES. llnvx' IH-iv l'luh,
".X 1m-ilpy fvntrzil lmrnstvif'
SIN X Xl ll,liS, C .X. .X.. Sci:-ucv Chih, lXf:1gic'iz1l1,
lh-Nt Girl .Xthlvii-.
"'l'invvZ 104-1. Scunc: llmCtm"s uflirc.
l'hyQici:m: llr, Ninn Milw. M. U."
lll.XRl,l'IS If. Nlll,l',liR
"lliN NllIl'1'Illj' has gniiirrl him mzmy fric-mls,"
".Xlxx':1ys elm-Q what is i-xpcch-il nf livrz'
XI,Xl,t'Hl,Xl Nlll,l,l'fR. Stiivlvnl llm-:llth Cmxliiiilittm-Af, lliAX' Vlnh,
NlIlSIlCl!lll. "lXligllmu't1s-," lllllllll' Society,
"lIiN fnlilu' ix in n'lx'Ctl'iC:Al L-l1gilu'1'l'i11pg."
Rl"l'Il Xlll.l,l'iR, fin-ngr:ig+l,y l'hih, Xlnnwmizin.
"SIu- hm mrrla- hi-1' frix-ml, hy lumix-sly :xml f:1ill1fulm'ss,"
S.Xl.l.X' l,l' XIIl,l,liR. l"i'in'mlxl1i1i. 1icugi':ipl1y.A:mil Girls' l'c'1x Vluhs.
".X girl whu lll'lllgN -.iinxliiiiv into mln-1's' llvvsf'
"Ili-'s fl jolly gmul fclluw.'
ll XRRX' lXlll.l.S, lknml. I.',Xll1'gm liluh, Urulivxtrzi. NlIlfIlK'lJlIl.
Hllz- run. lxvvziilv- hi- lu'lin-vvw ln' vnu."
"1'lillm'4l will uwii Ji svrvwi- Htnlinn 401110 4l:1y."
.XX.X Mlglzli, llziml.
"Huw nf our tzils-Html hzmfl lncmly0rs."
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MARYELLEN NEVVTON, Girls' Pep Club, Klunsonian, Nlagician.
ubweet anrlplaintive is her style,
And very Winsome is her smile."
,I CNE N ICEVVA
Student Health Committee, lllalgician, Munsoiiian, lloiior Society, i
'Take My Advice."
l'Why gentlemen prefer blondes."
NNER, Ilramatic Geography and Girls' Pep Clubs
llE'l':l'Y. SCE NlCIl0l.S, Friendship, Girls'
Social Science Clubs, lllunsonian.
"She's friendly, congenial, and kind."
"A ncw Centralite who is very we'con1e."
"Here's a girl it's a pleasure to know."
GEORGE VVILRUR PAINE, Boys' Pep Club, lntranlural
UA loyal booster of Central's sports."
MARCELLA D. PARCHER, Science, Dramatic, and Friendship Clubs,
Student Health Committee.
"A poet who has a winning smile."
CAROLINE PARDIECK. Friendship Club.
"A quiet girl, a faithful friend,
Always ready to lend a hand."
EILEEN PACT., lllunsonian.
t'Sweet and sincere."
JANE PEMRERTUN, Friendship, Girls' Pep, Science, Social Science,
l,'Allcgro, Vergil, and llauber Clubs, Rand.
"What she undertakes to do, she docs."
BETTY JANE PENNY
l'She enjoys swimming and dancing."
JAMES 0. PERKINS -
"He is that fellow with thc contagious smile."
CHARLES PERRY, Intramural, Wrestling.
"One of Central's popular wrestlersfl
DELORES PERSINGER. Honor Socictv. lVlunsuni:in, Ycrgil Club,
Magician, Scholastic Column Honorable Mention.
t'She's little, but she's wise.
She's a wonder for her size."
MARTHA PETERS, Friendship Club.
K'Fair to look upon, better to know."
LORN xt. PICKELL , ,
"Ile is a follower of Benjamin Frankhn's art."
XVILRUR PITTENGER. Roys' Pep, Daubcr, Geography, and Hi-Y
Clubs, Intramural, llfagician.
"He aspires to be a newspaper man."
KATHRYN PRINTZOS, G, A, A., Geography, Friendship
and Dauber Clubs, Munsonian.
'AA princess of a girl."
IQEIEECCA QUIRK, Friendship Club. A H
"Although she's heen here only a year, Becky is well known.
Ci,X'l"HERlNl': RANISEYER, Friendship Club. H
'WVE have enjoyed having her with us even for only one year.
HELEN RATLIFF, Geo,9,f1'11lrl1y Club.
"A lovely lady to behold
With Z1 heart of purest goldf'
GEORGE REA. Honor Society. Y
'Tlur efficient printer and general handy-man. '
BARBARA RECTOR. Girls' Pep Club.
'KA goodrnatured girlf'
HARRY E. REDKEY, Intramural. llascball.
"A pal one likes to claim."
ELI2lxNi:R k.x'rH.xLEEN Ricxfrizolc, imauiifi- ami czwmaiflw Vluhs.
"Her Hrst thought is for the other fcllow.
MORRIS RESLER, Geography Club. lntramural. V
"He who reads Dickens is not far from the top.'
PllYl.l.IS RICE, Girls' Pep and Science Clubs, XlagiCi1l11,
Rlunsonian, Rest Looking Girl, R-clay, Quccn.
"She can't frown 3 shc's never triedf
NNICTII RIl'IIAlilJSfJN, Ilitraimual, Xlunwouian.
"A Ilard workri' and a future macliinistf'
AIIC.-KN RUISIRINS, I"riL-nllxliip Klub.
"Wie all Iikc jean: slim- makca Il'lt'llLISIllp Zl Ilallitfl
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'KX rluim-L 5.1-him' with high iclcalsfy
Nl R.-X Ji-.AN ROIJICIQIVIQ, in-ug,-fi,,1.,4 igiub.
'ZX gill who hax a pi-xwiialily that wins 1-vi-ry one-."
ISAAI' RUlT'l'Il, Boy! IR-p l'Iub, Stulh-ut llcalth lfommittee,
"Ixa:ic:'x ambition is to bc znmlllur 'Ilabc Ruth'."
IIINIICGIANA Rl'I5I.Ii, Ill'lllllJlllLI, I.'.XlIegi'o, and Vcrgil CIuIJS,
Magician, Studi-ul.: IIA-ahh IIUIIIHIIIICC, Honor Society,
"SIu4- look an HX' out ul avcrags- aml put il in CXll'll.Ul'llIll3I'y-U
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"limb lx imluulzu with cxx-1-5-oils."
Rlllil-IR'I' IJ. Slll-Il-l'l'S, I.'.Xlli-gm aml Ili-Y Vlubs, lnli':mlu1'al, Band.
"IIis guml nature will varry him far."
-l.Xl'Ii SIII-iI'IlI-QKIJ, ilk- lluya' IR-p aml Ili-Y Clubs,
'Qlanrk lw flurlmus aml lull ul good Iuunor."
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ILXRRI-ll.I. SIIlI'I.I'lY, Ili-Y Klub, Iutr:unui'aI, Magician.
"IIv malu-N lricmls and ki-cps ilu-in."
MARY ,l.XNIC SIIURIC, licograpliy Vlub.
"Univ of ilu- Iii'Ill'L'JlIS' be-st booalci's."
IXNIC SIIRINICR, liills' I'i-In auil Scicucc Vlubs,
"Ili-1' only fault. is that shi- has nomic."
IQICNNI-I'I'II SIII"I"l'I.lClVlIRIII, Intramural, Football, xVl'CSlllllg.
'LX lighting llcarcal aucl a sph-nrlill Sportsman."
IRIS SlI'IC, lfvii-mlxliip and lf.-Xllcgro Clubs.
"Small aurl :lark aml made of mug and laughter."
IRANVICS SNHIJIIRASS, l"1'il-lulwliip and licogralilly Clubs,
"A lruc fru-ml to all who know her."
I,I.flYll SNYIJICR, liuye' l'z-p :mal "Nl" Vlubs, Football, Intramural
"lIm- is a frim-nil wurlliwliilm-."
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"ll illi-as wi-ur llollzuw, lw'd bc at lcawt a millimiairef'
NORMAN M, STAFFORD, Geography Club, Intramural, llaseball.
"Takes the knocks like a baseball."
JANET STEIN, Frienilship and Girls' Pep Clubs.
"Her accorclian music goes 'round and round,
Anil shels so jolly there's never a frownf
MAHALA MARGARET STEPLETON, l,'Allc-gm and
Geography Clubs, Honor Society, Orchestra.
t'She'll be a concert pianist."
RO Y STEVENTON
"His hobby is chemistry."
YERLIE STONECIPHER, Geography anil Dauber Clubs.
"She likes to ride horses."
EDITH M. STORY
"She has a fascinating smile and a twinkle in her eye."
HOWARD STOUT, Boys' Pep, Hi-Y, and "MU Clubs, Basketball, liaseball.
"He has a smile that wins lricnds and an aim that wins fame."
XVILLIAM STUDY, Student Health Committee, Honor Society,
Vergil and Hi-Y Clubs.
"A nanrlsorne, jolly chap is Bill."
VERETTA SUTTON, Dramatic, Girls' Pep, anil Science Clubs
Magician, Munsonian, "Only .38."
"We wish that there were more like her."
MARGARET TAYLOR, Fricildsllip and Girls' Pep Clubs, Girls' Service
Club Executive Board, Student Health Committee, "Only SX," Munsonian,
Student Council, Magician, Relay Queens Attendant.
"l'oise, personality and perseverance make her a charming girl."
MILDRED TEAL, Dauber Club.
"She uses her feet tor skating as well as for walking."
ROBERT TEMPLIN, Social Science and Ili-Y Clubs,
"A future Einstein."
MARTHA JAYNE TESCH, Geography and Girls' Pep Clubs, Munsonian.
"Her ambition is to be a columnist."
MARY ELLEN TESCH, Geography Club.
"An artistic and charming girl."
SUE THARP, Girls' Pep and Science Clubs.
"A girl with pleasant Ways."
YERLE DI. THARPE, ll, Dramatic, Hi-Y, anrl Science Clubs,
Philatelic Society, Class Prophet, Magician.
"Like his hobby, stamps, he sticks to his job through thick anil thin."
CLINTON C. THOMAS, Student Health Committee, Honor Society,
Dauber Club, "Mignimctte," Golcl "M," Munsonian.
"An enthusiastic follower of .lohn Burroughs."
AMIE THOMPSON, Dunbar, Geography, anal llauber Clubs
Colored Class Vamp.
"She is llashing and dazzling."
"One oi his many talents is frientllinessf'
"So sweet and unassuming is she,
That an excellent stenographer she'll be."
MARY E. TIMMONS
"Mary is always full of pep."
MARY TOBIAS, l"rienr.lship and Geography Clubs.
"A girl who will make someone a fine secretary."
"We wish him lots of success."
JOHN F. TRAUB
"The best-naturetl boy we know.
Pe1'haps that's why we like him so."
Cl I ARLES TUTTLE
"Tall, dark, and liandsomefl
HAROLD R. TU'F'l'Lli, Band, Geography, Hi-Y, anil L'Allegro Clubs
"VVl1en it comes to music, he will help make up the banilf'
DOROTHY IJEANE VAN ALLEN, Dauber Club, Munsonian.
"Dorothy's smile has brightened our path."
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FRANK WILSON, Boys' Pep Club, Intramural, Wrestling.
"Frank is a line wrestler with a never give-up spirit."
RALPH L, VVILSON
"Thrifty with time and a likeable boy."
JEANETTE WOLFE, G. A. A., Geography Club.
"Jolly and full of fun and liked by every one."
ORDEANE WOLFE, Boys' Pep Club, Intramural.
"A witty, well-liked passenger."
VIRGIL F. WOLFE
VIOLET M. YINGLING, Friendship Club.
"Dependable, neat, and always very sweetf,
ALTA ZEIGLER, Dramatic and Social Science Clubs, Honor Society.
"Her goal is the stageg we know she will reach it."
VIRGINIA ZIMMERMAN, Geography Club.
"The senior class has profited by having her as a member
SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR
"A recent addition to our class."
'KOne of our quiet seniorsf'
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JUNIOR CLASS FLIGHT
HE JUNIOR CLASS is composed of students who entered Central from the three
junior high schools of Muncie in January and September of 1934. To the original
group has been added many pupils from all over the country.
Many embarrassing moments were experienced in our sophomore year. Most of our
time that year was spent in becoming acquainted with the building, the faculty, and
our classmates. We had an enjoyable sophomore mixer, gave three one-act plays, and
received our share of awards.
The Exchange Club furnished a speaker for a special chapel program and gave a ban-
quet for our honor students. The American Association of University Women also spon-
sored a chapel.
Although we were not organized in our sophomore year, we had a representative
committee which met with the chairman of our counselors, Miss Maude Michael, to
plan our activities.
In September 1935, we became juniors. Early in the semester we nominated oflicers.
One open period these nominees made their campaign speeches with much trepidation.
The next morning juniors voted for a president and a secretary. Gene Smith and Norma
Winters were elected.
Committees were appointed and began their duties. The play committee which con-
sisted of Frances Johnson, Margaret Mills, Joe Lake, Mrs. Helen Cross, social sponsor,
Miss Anna Marie Yates, and Miss Michael, counselor, selected "The Million Dollar Joke."
The play was a financial success and we certainly enjoyed giving it.
The Kiwanis Club and Business and Professional Women's Club, junior class sponsors,
furnished speakers for chapels. Other convocations were held for the purpose of ac-
quainting us with high school courses.
The Junior-Senior Prom, which was given May 8, was the climax of our social activ-
ities. The committee consisted of Jack Keppler, chairman, Jean Bernard, Mary Frances
Streeter, Bonnie Twigg, Norma Winters, Victor Rhyne, and Gene Smith.
SOPHOMORE CLASS FLIGHT
CENTRAL High School's 1938 class members are now classified as 10B's,
l0A's, and llB's and comprise the present sophomore class. There
are approximately seven hundred fifty pupils in this group. Most of them
came from the three Muncie junior high schools, Blaine, Field House, and
Wilson. About twenty-five of them were transferred from junior high
schools in other Indiana cities or other states.
When l0B's enter Central, whether in the fall or spring, they are given programs of
subjects arranged with their counselors in the junior high schools. Their classes are
planned in accordance with their previous school records. An important subject which
they find listed is orientation. An orientation group usually has an enrollment of be-
tween forty and fifty and is conducted by a counselor, who helps pupils adjust them-
selves to senior high school. After the preliminary adjustments have been completed,
this group guidance program and counseling continues throughout the semester. Con-
sideration is given to evaluation of the high school plan, individual interests and abili-
ties, college training, and vocations. Pupils have conferences with counselors on educa-
tional or vocational problems with which they need help. There is a shelf of excellent
books in 204, the room in which orientation classes meet, these are used in the units on
vocational guidance and self-development.
HONOR SOPHOMORES ENTERTAINED
Sophomores who were honor students in junior high schools were entertained last
fall by the Honor Society.
Each semester an extra-curricular program is given by representatives of school or-
ganizations to explain aims of various groups to the new sophomores. This semester it
was sponsored by the Student Council. The purpose of this is to interest new pupils in
these organizations, and by the end of the year many sophomores are actively partici-
pating in extra-curricular activities and have definite plans for junior and senior ac-
Joe Ledlie, well-liked sophomore, was appointed sophomore chairman and has worked
untiringly toward the best interests of the class. When the Student Council was or-
ganized this year, Nancy Sacksteder and Lee Williamson were elected to represent the
class. Together with their chairman they have been active members of the Council and
have worked to make it a success.
The Exchange Club and the American Association of University Women sponsor the
sophomore class. Since February these organizations have planned and presented pro-
grams for the sophomores on the first Thursday of each month. Preceding the first one,
which was held February 6, Exchange members ate lunch in the Central cafeteria, after
which they met with the sophomores in the auditorium and heard a discussion of "The
First Principle of Success" by Fred McClellan, secretary of the Muncie School Board.
Subsequent programs were held in the mornings, the men's club arranged the boys'
meetings, and the women's group sponsored the girls' talks. In May the Exchange Club
held its annual luncheon for honor sophomores.
Counselors this year have been Miss Mary E. Wade, chairman, Miss Jeanette Allan,
Clarence Swingley, Miss Charline Jamieson, and Miss Blanch E. Tuhey.
Left to right
Betty Jean Astbury
Garnet Marie Boright
Mary Jane Bronne
Anna Jayne Collins
Mary Frances Cornel
Helen Louise Crow
Mary K. Everist
Mary Ellen Harriott
Ruby June Hart
Dana Sue Hershey
Mary Ellen Knight
Helen Mae Lewis
Mary Kathryn Miller
Mary Jane Reser
Donna Belle Risk
Mary Jane Stiffler
Kathleen Stoker n
Mary Frances Streeter
Bill Van Arsdol
Arthur Van Matre
Row XIV .
Norma Jane Winters
Betty Sue Wise
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Betty Jayne Amburn
Virginia Lee Bartholomew
Mary Ellen Beall
Rose Mary Beall
Clara Jane Brammer
Viva Mae Brown
Neola June Carr
Lois Marie Clark
Ethlyeen Collins '
Mary Garnet Curts
Betty Jean Davis
Fred' De Voe
Olive Jean Easter
Julia Ann Harris
Betty Lou Hull
Byron Le May
Mary Helen Linder
Mary Ruth May
Anna May Parish
Peggy Ann Petty
Mary Frances Rahe
Mary Jane Reed
Adele Smith '
Betty Sue Swink
LITERARY AND PICTURE STAFFS OF MAGICIAN
Front Row Qleft to right,-Berneida Boyd, Veretta Sutton, Jane Blease, Mary Caroline Warner, Lois
Taylor, Pauline Littler, Maryellen Newton, Lois Gardner, Lennie Mae Hann, Marybelle Bennett,
and Esther Ebrite.
Second Row-Dorothy Bartling, Margaret Taylor, Mrs. Gladys Townsend, senior counselor, Betty Kruse,
Betty Hartley, Ruth Alice Wiggs, Virginia Long, Miss Kathleen Meehan, sponsor, Georgiana Ruble,
and Annie Laurie Fowlkes.
Third Row-Delores Persinger, Mary jane Bair, Vera King, Mildred Birt, Miss Ella Hollenback, spon-
sor, Jim Fosdick, Robert Williams, Don Church, and Willianl Goul.
Fourth Row-Marvin Babcock, Philip Ball, Carl Wiesenauer, Hanley Barker, Bob Childs, Jack Walter,
Malcolm Miller, and Vcrlc Tharpe.
Iiifth Row-Griffin Stephenson, sponsor, Leonard Bell, Howard McKinley, Bernard Chilton, Tom Daw-
son, Miles I-Iossorn, Adam Brown, and Bob Goul.
BUSINESS STAFF OF MAGICIAN
Front Row Cleft to rightj gLois Taylor, June Niccwanner, June Kleinfelder, Phyllis Rice, Martha Green,
Naomi Lamb, Mary Green, Betty Meyer, and Miss Anna Marie Yates, sponsor.
Second Row-Mary Elizabeth Bell, Harriet Beuoy, Lois Gardner, Martha Gallimore, Geneva Brower
Dorothy Bartling, Dorothy Grow, Ruth Burchard, and Nina Miles,
Third RowgHoward McKinley, Bob Crago, Myron Clark, Darrell Shipley, Charles Lamb, Fred Goff,
Laurence XValsh, and Arthur Dague.
Fourth Rowelioli-grt XX'illi.nns, Albert Greely, Bob Grant, Diek Barton, Bernard Hickey, If. liugene
Brown, jim Fosdiek, and Don Church.
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l'rum Row ill-ti in flgllll lletry l'Q.ll'lL'll, Nnrmm XVimers, N.1ney Sneksteiler, l,uis iinrilner, lleity Me!
ll-iimlil, 'lane lllense, xl.ll'l.L.ll'L'l ili.lllUl". .mil Miss C'l1.irline ,l.xmiesnn, sponsor.
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'llniril Row -I'.iiil Aililisuii, spixnsimr, Ciene Smitli, Rulwrl Vl'illinms, jack Kupplcr, Dielc llartmx, and
Russell ill, NleNull, spunsur.
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Mary i'.lrulme wi.lfllUl', l.imis Cin, Kay lfunlxlmuser, llelen l.ewis, .mil Vern King.
Si-iuml liiiw llirwaril Nlelimley. llliyllis lxlwnrils, Virginia l.ung, Betty Slmller, ll.17el Kem, ,lemme
Selwil, ixl.ll'l.1.llACl lmlli, fiL'UYl.:L'll,l li.lIll'l'NUl1. Delores lyersinger, llimlm llelle Risk, llellv XYJII Amliil,
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ilili ril llnw liulli Miller, xl.ll'l1lll'L'.llC l'iI'.l7lCI', llurulliy liusler, lilurenee liverell, Peliggy Meri, lkmvllly
Van Allen, Nlary llimlverll liell, cill.ll'lL'llL' iiilliam, illirl' Green, -Iune S.lllklk'l"i, ll.1r'riel lleuoy, Nl.ll'lll.1
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Alieemae liliiiiilcs, lletly Nnrricls, Nlnrylwelle llennell. Maryellen Newton, lietty Sue Nielwls, Nlil-
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BOYS, PEP CLUB
Front Row Lleft to rightj-George Houk, Bernard Hickey, Don Irwin, Billie Flaherty, joe W'arfel,
Arthur Van Matre, and Kermit Hummel.
Second Row-Phil Pierce, .loc Hickey, Herbert Schrimpf, ,lack Keppler, Robert Williaiims, james Valos,
and Paul Oliver.
Third Row-Melvin Hall, Robert Condon, Dick Connolly, Clyde Welliiiger, sponsor, joseph Davis,
Hubert Grow, and Tom Barlow.
GIRLS' PEP CLUB
Front Row lleft to rightl-Shirley Kasson, Betty Meyer, Mary Frances Williixitis, Phyllis Greeley, Mar-
garet Taylor, Martha Letzler, Agnes -lenkinson, Naomi Lamb, and Mary -lo Moore.
Second RowgMary Frances Streeter, Betty McDonald, Lois Gardner, Veretta Sutton, june Nicewanner,
Berneida Boyd, Maradale Hoover, Phyllis W':itkins, Loretta Hannan, Mary Frances Greene, .lane
Blease, Fleanor Ellis, Maryellen Newton, Dorothy Austin, and -lanet Stein.
Third Row-Mrs. Mary johnson, sponsor, june Kleinfelder, Martha Lou Beckett, Mary Caroline W'arner,
Virginia Long, Virginia Bartholomew, Deloris Scamihorn, Alicemae Rhoades, Betty Ledlic, Oreda
Rarick, Dorothy Ditton, Anna jayne Collins, Frances Johnson, Ruth Burchard, Mariette Walburn,
Rosemary Studebaker, lfleanor Clark, and Margaret Gates.
Fourth Row-Marietta Licher, ,lane Shriner, Marthadel Mansfield, Peggy Merz, Harriet Beuoy, Betty
Grant, Phyllis Rice, lidith Roper, Louise Hilty, Becky Schuster, Pauline Lirtler, lilla ,Iayne Froelke
Betty W'alburn, Betty jordan, Helen McCoy, Dorothy Spurgeon, and Flaine Bennett.
Fifth Row-Ann Kallmeyer, Wriiy Maddox, Betty Sue Nichols, Hope Hughey, Roberta McLaughlin
Betty Sue Vfise, Marcella Parcher, Juanita Clawson, Helen McFarland, -leanette Hires, Martha Hughes
Betty Hartley, Rutliellyn Smith, Ruby Rhoades, Genevieve Gray, Margie Fisher, and Maxine Helden-
Sixth Rowfhlean Zimmerman, Hetty Brown, Louise Umminger, Flaine Bayless, Flizabeth Bertha, Nancy
Sackstetler, Marybelle Bennett, Martha ,layne Teseh, Betty Kruse, Mary Green, Mary lillen Knight,
,Iuanita Hiatt, Martha Green, ,Iayne Galbraith, Sue Tharp, Nancy McGuff, and Peggy Hannan.
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Front Row Cleft to rightj-Eugene Sutton, Leo Willini11s, J. C. Xvilliums, Clifford Levi, l,eRoy Cirider,
and Charles Frazier.
Second Row-Frederick W'right, Arnett Leavell, Kenyon livrins, Oscar Hill, Earl johnson, Roy Buley,
and ,Iohn W. Patterson, sponsor.
Third Row-johnnie johnson, Elmer jones, Ester Burks, Benjamin Grunt, sponsor, Willie Grimes, Rollin
Griffin, and Fred Tuhey, sponsor.
Front Row Qleft to rightj-Richard Waid, Bob Grant, Darrell Shipley, Charles Lamb, Myron Clark,
lidwnrd Grice, Richard Leitch, XWillinm Grice, Dwight Black, Don Irwin, Merrill Hole, and ,lim
Second ROW"lwl1lCl7lI11 Miller, joe Wegesiri, Robert Sheets, Robert Williiiriis, Tom Dawson, Howard
Nierstheimer, Don Daugherty, Sam Banta, Philip Ball, Chris Mentis, and Fred Almy.
Third RowiOverton Saeksteder, Bob Stanley, Dick Head, Bill Van Arsdol, W7LllfCf Leonard, Herbert
Pazol, Lee w,llll1ll1lSLl11, Mickey McGuire, Linton Daniels, and Chester Beck.
Fourth Row-Verle Thnrpe, Tom Baldwin, Fred Robinson, Harry Fording, Harold Tuttle, Joe Lake,
joe Ledlie, Howard McKinley, jim johnson, -lack Frye, and Bill Moore.
lfifrh Row-Gerald Meliinley, Bob Parr, Melven Gilpen, -lim Mardis, jack Shepherd, Clarence Swinglcy,
sponsor, Bufort Spencer, Lindley Clark, Arthur Vain Matre, Ronald Templin, and Bob Templin.
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I-iurili liuw S.lI'.lIl Snukcu, M.iruuu.i liclwr, Kay Cmldlvcrg, Mary 'l'ulvi.ls, Vcra King, Mmrioric NVisc,
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CIIKIGIKAIII IY CLUB
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Front Row Llcft to riglttj-Mariorie lN1eKee, Betty Ledlie, Miss lilla Hollenlmck, sponsor, Lois Taylor
Wirmifreel Crislcr, and Mildred Green.
Second Row-jane Knapp, Rosemary Younge, Melba june johnson, Rosemary Locke, Oreda Rarick
and Juanita Perkins.
Third Row-Mildred Harmison, Mildred W'iley, Lorene Douthitt, Wiliaia Haas, and Sarah Sackett.
BOYS' HOME ECONOMICS CLASS
worth, David Kemper. W'oodrow Greenlee, Richard Leitch, Iflwood Clifford, Charles Baker, am
Second Row+Chnrles Stout, Lloyd Snyder, Herbert Selirimpf, Robert W'ehlage, and Lloyd Miles.
Third Row-Raymond Hickey, Linton Daniels, Walter Leonard, Delbert Pherson, Albert Brumbaek
Frank W'ilson, Lewis King, and Miss Nelle Massey, teacher.
Front Row Lleft to rightj-Charles Lynn, jack Whlling, Wlxyne Brown, XVarren Hall, Kenneth Shuttle-
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SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB
lfront Row Qleft to rightj-Lois Taylor, Betty ,lean Astbury, ,lean Sciscoe, Betty Sue Nichols, Mnrybelle
Bennett, Lindley Clark, Bob Templin, and Robert Burch.
Second liOW'NI11l'Y Green, Martha Green, Vivian Canter, Delphine XY'illiams, Mgxrthnjnne liaulluier, Alta
Zeigler, ,Iayne liverett, and Virginia Long.
Third Row-Phyllis Edwards, W'ysor Marsh, Harry W'eaver, -loe Ledlie, Lee Wfilliamson, Phil George,
Gail Malsbary, and Florence Lanning.
Fourth Row-Melven Gilpen, Howard Nierstheimer, john W'nsson, Bufori Spencer, Clarence Swingley,
sponsor, Robert Vfeber, and Iired Robinson.
Ifront Row Qleft to rightj-Betty jenn Astbury, Anne McClung, Phyllis Rice, Murthadel Mansheld,
jane Shriner, Virginia Long, -lane Pemberton, Lois Cox, Vcrettn Sutton, Agnes hlenkinson, and Betty
Seeond Rowf-Bob Parr, Carl Wriesenauer, Vcrle Tharpc, W'illiam Dearborn, Harry W'enver, Doyal Lnnk,
llownrd Ford, Miles Hossom, June Nicewnnner, Wilixxa Haas, and Marietta Licher.
Third Rowgllick McCracken, David Cunningham, Delbert Carter, Robert Carter, Fred Robinson
Philip Ball, Harriet Bcuoy, and june Snndcre.
liourth Row+Miss Frances Andrews, sponsor, lI.1rry WIIIIIKCFII, sponsor, Robert W'eber, lfsther librile,
lfdwnrd Zettcrberg, sponsor, Myron Clark, Lois Taylor, and Sue ilihurp.
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lfront Row fleft to rightj-,Iuanita Hiatt, ,lane Pemberton, Lois Taylor, Harold Tuttle, liugene -Iohnxon,
Mary Helen Linder, Richard Wtiid, Betty jean Astbury, Dwight Black, and Steve Cope.
Second Rowilris Sipe, Louise Booth, Mahala Stepleton, Marybelle Bennett, Marjory Babcock, Mildred
W'iley, Margaret Black, Paul Humphrey, and Ray McNickle.
Third Row-Rosemary Younge, Oreda Rarick, Bob Sheets, Ruth Smith, Norma Fuson, Georgetta Pat-
terson, Helen Lewis, Jeanette Hiestancl, Anne McClung, and Marietta Lieher.
Fourth Row-Bill Black, Don Irwin, Gerald Tuttle, Dale Fisher, Bob Clouse, Chester Beck, Glen Steple-
ton, sponsor, Tom Snyder, Merrill Hole, and Harry Mills.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
lfront Row Qleft to rightj-Virginia Morgan, Helen Sloan, Wiimifred Hiatt, Geraldine Mauller, Norma
Haas, Betty -Ieanne Powers, Norma Fuson, Betty jean Astbury, Mildred Stoker, Sara Ribble, Jeanette
Rivers, Harriett Nwilliams, and Freda Rogers.
Second Row-Margaret Taylor, Martha Gallimore, Rosemary Locke, Evelyn Brownewell, julia Ann Harris,
Lonetta Nichols, Lula Pratt, Dorotha Adams, Ruth Huffman, Beverly Davis, Virginia Long, and
Third Row-Uma lfarly, Lucille Dye, Betty Jayne Amburn, Marjorie McKee, lflaine Bennett, Anne
McClung, Kathryn Holt, Rachel Cory, Betty Ruth Lnmder, Rosemary Bales, Marcella Clark, and
Pearl Marie Hummel.
Fourth Row-Vera Bower, Frances Eastman, Frances Maynard, Betty ,lane janney, Susan Scott, Alice
Gross, Glen Stepleton, sponsor, Katherine Stanley, Mary lillen Harriott, Grace Schafer, Genoa
Henry, and Marjorie W'ise.
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RECIPIENTS OF GOLD "M's"
Hr: ten students pictured above received Gold "MEM for their contributions to
Central's school life at the special honor convocation, which was held in the audi-
torium Friday, May 15.
Top Row Qleft to right,--Annie Laurie Fowlkes, Georgiana Ruble, ,lim Fosdiek, Lois Taylor, and De-
Lower Row Cleft to riglitj-Margaret Taylor, George Rea, Hanley Barker, Bob W'illinms, and June
lfront Row Cleft to rightj-Bob Goul, William Goul, Dick Barton, Leo Williams, Henry Young, Bill
Blair, Don Irwin, and Dick jones.
Second Row-Raymond Jolly, sponsor, Linton Daniels, Laurence Walsh, Walter White, Merrill Hole,
Wgilter Shelton, Charles Gibson, Bill Myers, and Don Church.
Third Row-il. C. W'illiams, A. C. Bernstein, Miles Hossom, Don Heldenbrand, Leonard Bell, Howard
Stout, Bob Fell, John Hall, Joe Brennan, and jim Carnes.
Fourth Rowfjoe Ledlie, Vincent jones, Lloyd Snyder, Dale Fisher, Bill Horton, Overton Sneksteder,
Robert Harper, and Norman Wernet.
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'I'he three buys, pictured above dewerve much credit for their work as yell lenders. They worked
untirfngly for the best efforts of the various .uthletie teams during the year, encouraged them
' ' ' 'l l' '1 defeat. Amhurn and Wallsh are seniorsg Werxtet will be
nn vxctury, and stayed wut tum n
axsisted next year by Maurice Dunn, present 9A at the Field House.
Vincent jones, junior, has completed his
second year in the Bearcat backlield. His
hard-hitting charges have battered many
defensive walls of the opponents. He is a
real prospect for next season.
Overton Sacksteder, senior, played at guard
position two years with the Bearcats. His
fight and determination carried him through
many hard plays and games.
Richard Barton, senior, was a Bearcat three
years. He was varsity center this season and
made the Bearcat line almost unbreakable.
His height and speed made him a dangerous
Miles Hossom, senior manager, al-
ways did his work well. He was liked
by all the players because of his ready
smile and keen sense of humor. He
was as great an asset to the team's
success as any of the players.
Richard jones, junior, played this
season as a reserve center. His charg-
ing ability was the reason for his being
made a full-fledged Bearcat. Watch
him this fall, he will be a "tough"
Aaron Williams, freshman, played
his first year this season on the Bear-
cat eleven. He was a regular end and
could be depended upon at all times.
William Goul, senior, played this year as
a regular with the varsity. Although he
weighed only one-hundred twenty-five pounds,
he was one of the hardest blocking and tack-
ling linemen on the squad. His spirit on the
Held was undaunted.
Dale Fisher, senior, came from Reading,
Mich., last fall and immediately became one
of the Bearcats' foremost players. Although
this was his first year at Central, he caught
the spirit of the team and was a valuable
Bob Fell, junior, played part of the season
in the backfield and the rest of the season
as an end. He played well in both positions
and is expected to be a leading varsity man
Joe Brennan, junior, played at guard
position. Although this was his first
year, in all probability he will be a
regular this fall. His fighting spirit
and enthusiasm for the game carried
him through successfully. joe should
be one of this fallls aggressive tackles.
Walter Shelton, junior, was a reserve
in the backfield. Because of his speed
and excellent running, he is expected
to be a leading ball-carrier this fall.
Charles Gibson, sophomore, played
his first year with the Bearcat eleven
as a reserve guard. His stocky stature
and devotion to duty at all times made
him a valuable wearer of the Bearcat
CAPTAIN DON HELDENBRAND
Don Heldenbrand, senior, was captain
of the team this year. His spirit of fair-
ness and earncstness made him a popular
as well as skillful captain. He played at
tackle position and his steady playing
kept his opponents from gaining through
his side of the line.
Bob Goul, senior, concluded a brilliant
football career this year. During his three
years of participation he has been in the
backfield. His ability to catch passes was
an outstanding feature of his playing.
He handled the ball well and led the
Bearcat scoring this season.
Leo Williams, senior, was one of the
most versatile players ever to wear a
Bearcat football uniform. He was a de-
pendable end and a good pass-snatcher.
His fight and good spirit made the right
end of the Bearcat line a difficult point
for his opponents.
Don Irwin, senior, was an outstanding
lineman. Injuries kept him out of several
games, but when he played, he always
turned in good performances.
Walter White, senior, played at quarter-
back position. His generalship was out-
standing this year as it was last season
when he led the Bearcats to the state
football championship. Walt was a fine
ball handler and a great passer.
Walter Fisher, who has been coach of
Central's football, wrestling, and track
teams nine years, has taught his boys to
be cheerful in defeat as well as generous
At the close of the 1932-1933 season
his football team tied with Kokomo High
School's football eleven for championship
honors in the North Central Conference.
Again in 1933-1934 his boys gained this
distinction. The state football champion-
ship and a tie with Jefferson High School
of Lafayette for honors of the North
Central Conference were highlights of his
Harold Beeson, assistant Bearcat foot-
ball and wrestling coach, is well liked by
the boys, he knows the fundamentals of
football to the letter. He was graduated
from Indiana University, where he par-
ticipated in track, football, and wrestling
with a favorable record in each.
ROBERT "MICKEY" MCGUIRE
Robert McGuire, junior football mana-
ger, deserves much credit for his work.
He has a splendid personality and never
hesitated to assume his share of the re-
sponsibility of managing the team.
Leroy Shirey, sophomore manager, as-
sisted McGuire in managing the Bearcats.
Shirey's dependability and good nature
made him popular with the boys
Kenneth Shuttleworth, senior, was a reserve in the
left backfield. He could pass and run with the ball to
unusual advantage-abilities acquired through three
years of service and steady training with the Bearcats.
Herb Schrimpf, senior, was a reserve lineman. His
sportsmanship was a trait valuable to any player. Hard
practice made him a dependable reserve.
im Carnes, so homore, was a valuable reserve. His
good work as a reserve makes him a prospect for this
fall's varsity eleven.
Herb Holaday, sophomore, played at half back and
full back as a reserve this season. He possesses the same
football traits portrayed by his brother, captain of the
Bearcat football championship team last year.
David jones, junior lineman, performed creditably
when he was called upon. He played a stellar game at
all times and was a popular member of the team.
Gene Sutton, sophomore, reserve lineman, played at
the tackle position. He fulfilled his duty in every game
in which he took part with the utmost determination.
Here's a prospect for the varsity next season.
Bob Shuttleworth, junior, is expected to be one of the
Bearcats' leading men in the backfield this fall. Although
he is small, he is a great runner and passer.
Don Kelbel, junior, was another reserve who always
worked untiringly for the success of his team. His ef-
forts at practice were noteworthy. Whatever he was
called upon to do, he did efficiently.
Sam Banta, junior, deserves credit for his work as an
alert and dependable reserve lineman. He is a loyal
Centralite and has displayed outstanding football prowess.
Blaine Burres, junior, is a hard-working and depend-
able player. His speed and running ability made him a
menace to the opponents' lines.
1935 BEARCAT FOOTBALL TEAM
Front Row Qleft to rightj-Desoit Allen, Eugene Sutton, Russell Barton, Bob Shuttleworth,
Sam Banta, Kenneth Shuttleworth, Lloyd Snyder, Richard Barton, Bob Goul, and joe Warfel.
Second Row-Paul Feaster, George Hawk, Dan Dale, Herbert Schrimpf, Don Upton, Dick Jones,
Charles Perry, Dave Jones, Bill Goul, and Don Heldenbrand.
Third Row-Paul Teal, Wayne McLaughlin, jim Mardis, Phil Lacey, Blaine Burres, Phil Graves,
Bob Stanley, Bob Fell, Lad Sacksteder, and Charles Gibson.
Fourth Row-Leo Williams, Don Kelbcl, Harold Fahrner, Don Irwin, joe Brennan, Walter Shelton,
Willie Grimes, and George Griffey.
Fifth Row-james Bailey, Dale Fisher, Bob Rankin, james Curry, Gerald Stafford, Bill Schrink,
Tom Larrabee, Estil Luman, and Eugene Brown. Walter White, Aaron Williams, Byron
Carrier, and Herbert Holaday do not appear in this picture.
BEARCAT FOOTBALL RECORD
Muncie Decatur as as O
Muncie Marion O 6
Muncie Peru O 6
Muncie Anderson e e. 0
Muncie Kokomo s O, 0
Muncie Technical C20
Muncie Richmond 6
Muncie Newcastle O 6
Muncie Elwood 6 0
RAYMOND "PETE" JOLLY
Raymond "Pete" Jolly, basketball coach, is the ideal of a large
number of Muncie boys and has been at the helm of basketball activities
at Central since 1927. Under his direction Central's teams won the
coveted state basketball shield in 1928 and 1931. His teams are always
among the leaders in the North Central Conference and held the Big Ten
Championship two years.
Muncie 41 Farmland 9
Muncie 34 Elwood 14
Muncie 26 Connersville 19
Muncie 19 Hartford City 27
Muncie 22 Newcastle 24
Muncie 23 Frankfort 34
Muncie 21 Richmond 19 QOvertimej
Muncie 3 1 Logansport 23
Muncie 3 0 Riley fSouth Bendj 12
Muncie 19 Bedford 14
Muncie 3 3 Anderson 31 24
Muncie 32 Newcastle? 13
Muncie 23 Marion 25
Muncie 3 0 Jefferson fLafayettej 27
Muncie 8 Anderson 24
Muncie 3 0 Technical 19
Muncie 20 Newcastle 3 3
Muncie 31 Anderson 23
Muncie 24 Frankfort 30
Muncie 19 Marion 16
Muncie 15 Alexandria 16
x'Big Four Tourney Games.
Italics Indicate North Central Conference Games.
Muncie 43 Yorktown 22
Muncie 26 Albany 21
Muncie 32 Burris 27 fOvertimej
Muncie 46 Gaston 15 fFinalsj
Muncie 22 Greens Fork 25
Clarence Swingley has been Bearkitten coach one year and has made
a Hne showing with his boys. He is always cheerful and efiicientg he is
well-liked by the boys, too. He was graduated from Ball State and from
the University of Chicago.
CAPTAIN MERRILL HOLE
Merrill Hole, senior Bearcat captain, played three years with Cen-
tral's basketball teams. During his Hrst year he was a forward with
the Bearkittens and was promoted to the regular forward position
with the Bearcats. He was never known to give upg as a captain
he was a success and was liked by all the boys.
CAPTAIN-ELECT BOB FELL
Bob Fell, junior, has played two
years of Hrst-rate basketball for
Central. Although this was his
first season as a member of the first
team, he was an outstanding
tournament participant. He is a
small but mighty guard, and he
added punch to the tournament
games. He should be a great
leader next year, and his name
should be ranked with other great
Bearcat captains of years gone by.
Howard Stout, senior, is another three-year
Bearcat player. He played excellent ball during his
year with the Bearkittens and two years with the
regular squad. He was shifted from forward to
guard position this year. His hard driving will
not be forgotten nor the fact that, although short
in stature, he was near the top among the Big
Ten scorers this season. His one-man barrage in
the last quarter of the Connersville game and
his winning fielder in the Richmond overtime
tilt are highlights of his career.
of Basketball Fame.
William Blair, junior, made the Bearcat regu-
lar team during the first year of his basketball
participation. He is a real prospect for next year,
for he gives his best to the team. We'll never
forget his playing and excellent guarding at New-
castle, where he held his Huffman scoreless.
Walter White, senior, was a member of Central's basketball team
three years. He was a regular guard two years with the Bearcats
and played in the same position with the Bearkittens in his sopho-
more year. Many times his hard driving brought the ball quickly
down the floor. White made a niche for himself in Central's Hall
JOHN HALL '
John Hall, junior, played good
ball at the forward position. He
has been a member of the team two
years, one year as a Bearkitten and
one year as a Bearcat. He always
does his part in offensive as well as
defensive work. He is another
who will be playing basketball next
Henry Young, sophomore, has the distinction of being a Bearcat
during his first year at Central. He was trained for the team while
a freshman at the fieldhouse. He is six feet, seven inches tall
and was a valuable member of the team this year. Henry is ex-
pected to have much to do with the success of the Bearcats during
the next two years.
Robert Harper, junior, came to
Central this year from Peru, in a
short time he became a valuable
asset to the Bearcat team through
his good work in the forward po-
sition. We expect to hear more
about Harper next season.
Bill Horton, junior, floorguard, is a popular
Bearcat. His two years of basketball have made
him a smooth, polished, hard-fighting player. He
is cool-headed and determined to win.
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REED MYERS CARNES
Clifford Reed, junior, is another prospect for next year. Like his older brother, Fran-
cis, former Bearcat, he has the determination to win. He played at guard and was certi-
fied for the tournaments.
I X WILLIAM MYERS
William Myers, soph' rc, was promoted from the Bearkitten squad to the Bear-
cat team at tourna en ime. During the regular season he played forward with Jim
Carnes, and their as ' g nd scoring for the Bcarkittens were great. Here's a real pros-
pect for this fall! uncie basketball fans may hear from this boy in the future.
Jim sophomore was advanced from the Bearkitten to the Bearcat lineup short-
ly befl the toufrnam nt. The Marion game put red-haired Jim in the spotlight, for
hi t o last miflut als brought victory to the Bearcats.
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A LINTON DANIELS, Manager' fleftj
l Linton Daniels, junior, performed his duties as manager with a
cheerful grin and outstanding efhciency this year. I-Ie seemed to en-
joy his work with the team, and his whole-hearted support was a de-
light to the boys.
JOE LEDLIE, ASSiSfdIIf Manager Qrightj
Joe Ledlie, sophomore, served as assistant manager this season. He
displayed a splendid attitude toward all the players and toward his
work. The boys on the team derived much amusement from Joe's
nickname, "Chocolate Eye."
IJFUIII Row Qlcfl lu right, 7 Waller W'l1itc, Howard Smut, Paul Carr, Bob Fell, and Cnpmin Merrill Hole
Second Row 7 -lnlm Hill, Robert Harper, Clifford Recd, Henry Young, Willigiiii Blair, .Ind Coach Ray
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INTERIOR VIEW OI: FIELDHOUSE
Where Bearcats Entertain Visiting Teams
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Front Row fleft to rightj -Bill Myers, Clifford Reed, Aaron Williams, Bill Flaherty, and Charles Brown
Second Row-Merle Longfellow, A. C. Bernstein, Don Church, Dale Fisher, and Herbert Holaday
Third Row-Joe Ledlie, assistant manager, jack Salmon, Clarence Swingley, coach, Melven Gilpen and
Linton Daniels, manager.
23 Farmland 9
3 8 Elwood 14
2 0 Connersville 19
21 Hartford City 18
21 Newcastle 3 1
2 5 Frankfort 27
3 2 Richmond 16
21 Daleville 19
3 1 Saratoga 26
30 Desoto 23
2 2 Marion 24
12 Daleville 15
17 Anderson 15
2 3 Anderson 31' 3 0
3 5 Richmond? 25
3 5 Technical 24
2 3 N ewcas Ile 2 8
21 Anderson 13
23 Franleforf 2 0
2 S Marion 21
21 Alexandria 16
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Italics Indicate North Centra
l Conference Games
liront Row Lleft to riglitl -Roland Shirley, llill Campbell, Gene Sutton, Paul liolnn, Nlariin M irsi
Wayne Melaingliliii, Carl Clock, lister Burks, Ilillis Brown, Dan Dale, Htrlnrt Poi H i
Daugherty, and Glen Van Arstlol.
Second Row -fllon Kelhel, lielhert l'herson, Vernon Maclfatritlge, Kermit lluninit cs ,IOS
W'ininger, .Iohn Schenck, llesoit Allen, Vincent jones, Dave jones, .lack lxtpiir t un 1
lloh Merv, Toni Pearson, Blaine liurres, Kenyon lfvans, and Paul llurst.
'liliinl Rowf-Iulin W'yxong, liill -lohnson, Sam llanta, Walter Shelton, Gale Wiilttr it onus ml
'l'e.ll, Dale lfisher, l.en W'ill5.inix, Bob lioul, liill Goul, Aaron Wfilliams, George llivi int llub le
TR ACK SCHEDULE
April Central Class Meets.
April lfairmount at Fairmount.
April Anderson and Northside of Fo
April Kokomo Relays at Kokomo.
April lfrankfort Relays at Frankfort
May Sectional Meet at Marion.
May Sectional Meet at Marion.
May State Meet at lndianapolis.
May Big Ten Meet at Frankfort.
l.eo Williziiiis, senior, holds the 1935 national high school high-
jump reeortl of six feet, four and one-fourth inches. Willirtiaas gained
this distinction by jumping higher last year than any other high
school track participant. Because of his age he was disqualified from
participating in track this season.
CHAMPION INTRAMURAL PARTICIPANTS
Front Row Cleft to rightj -Floyd Raisor, sponsor, Don Quirk, basketball, Floyd Allen, horseshoe, Dick
Barton, Wrestling, Isaac Routh, volley ball, Charles Green, basketball, George Brickley, tennisg
Bob Fichter, soft ball.
Second Row-Harrold Minnick, basketball, Joe Hickey, basketball, Walter Shelton, trackg Arthur Cas-
sity, track, W'illiam Goul, wrestling: Richard Bump, softball, lid Satterfield, graduate manager.
Third Row-Ralph Bushey, basketball, Bill Campbell, basketball, John Carter, sophomore manager,
Fred Taylor, track, volley ball, horseshoeg Bob johnson, tennis, Tracy Wolfe, senior manager,
Bill Robertson, junior manager.
PPROXIMATELY three hundred Central boys have participated in intramural
A activities this year under the capable direction of Floyd Raisor, health education
The fifth season of Central's intramural program started the second week of school
with Mr. Raisor's announcement of the horseshoe and tennis tournaments. Five champ-
ions emerged from these tournamentsg Emerson Goodall came out ahead among those
participating in the tennis singles, and Robert Johnson and George Brickley comprised
the victorious doubles team.
In the horseshoe contest, honors were won by Floyd Allen in both the singles and
doubles divisions, he was teamed with Fred Taylor in the latter tournament.
Three leagues of basketball started play on November 11, one was composed of soph-
omore teams. Another had only junior and senior members, the third included boys from
the drafting, woodwork, machine shop, carpentry, printing, and electricity classes.
To the complete surprise of the upperclassmen, final honors were won by a sophomore
team under the direction of Don Quirk. Other boys who were members of the victorious
team were Charles Green, Harrold Minnick, Mirl White, Bill Campbell, Joe Hickey,
and Ralph Bushey.
Volley ball practice started March 25, follow-
ing two weeks of practice games, the tournament
was held. Baseball practice started the middle
of April. Track activities were culminated with
the annual meet in May.
liloyd Raisor is the capable and genial director of
intramural activities. He is popular with the boys
and has had splendid success with his program.
Through his efforts hundreds of boys not engaged
in varsity athletics have had the opportunity to
lake part in organized sports.
left to right -Billy Robertson, Tracy W'olfe, john Carter, and lid Saiterfield, nianigerx Clilrlu C re
lion Quirk, Ralph liuxhey, llarmld Minnick, Billy Campbell, -Ioe llicltey, Mir int t on
Raiwr, inuximural director.
Don Quirlos Pirates, shown above, won the intramural basketball tourney bv defuting
the drafting team in the final round, 20-27. The Pirates earned their vu IV into tht finll
round by defeating Babeock's Owls in the semi-finals, 24-21. The drifting boys de
feated the electricity team in the semi-finals, 22-15.
iciuiu-.n below are the senior relay queen and her four senior at-
tendants, who presided at the first annual Muncie relays, which
were held at the North Wxllnut Street Athletic Field on Saturday,
May 2. Seniors were allowed to choose the queen in recognition of
their having won the class track meet.
Reading from left to right, the girls are Lois Gardner, Jane Blease,
Queen Phyllis Rice, Margaret Taylor, and Loretta Hannon.
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ALTHOUGH this is only the second year since 1927 that Central has been repre-
sented by a baseball team, this sport is taking an important place in Central's ath-
letic program. A large group of boys responded to Coach Raymond Jolly's initial dia-
mond call, rain, cold, hot suns, and chilling winds did not prevent the boys from stren-
uous practice sessions. Each boy worked hard and derived much fun and good exercise.
The 1936 schedule was opened with a 3 to 1 victory over Sulphur Springs High School
on April 17. Games were scheduled with several Indiana high school teams. The boys
traveled to Indianapolis on May 23 to compete in a tournament with Newcastle, Tech-
nical of Indianapolis, Richmond, and Lafayette.
Outstanding players included Goul, catcher, Childs, pitcher, Hummel, pitcher, Bow-
en, pitcher, Salmon, first baseman, Campbell, second baseman, Stout, shortstop, Grow,
third baseman, Longfellow, left fielder, Keppler, left fielder, Dunn, center fielder, Staf-
ford, right fielder, Brennan, right fielder, and Wright, fielder.
The new courts at the fieldhouse have stimulated interest in Central's tennis ac-
tivities, which are under the direction of Hal B. Warren, mathematics teacher. The team
enjoyed a successful season this spring, members were Bob Johnson, Bill O'Nei1l, George
Brickley, Joe Lake, George Novick, Bob Burch, and Bob Stanley. The tennis schedule
began on April 18 with a match at Huntington, which was won by Central. The next
game, too, was won by the Centralites. This match was with Marion High School and
was played on April 25.
The rest of the schedule follows: April 29, Elwood, there, May 1, Technical, here,
May 2, Dunkirk, here, May 6, Hartford City, here, May 9, Marion, there, May 15,
Huntington, here, May 16, Dunkirk, there, May 19, Technical, there, May 22, Elwood,
here, May 23, Doubles Tournament, here, May 29, Hartford City, there.
Another sport which is a part of Central High School's athletic program is golf, it
is carried on under the direction of Coach Raymond Jolly each spring.
The 1936 schedule was opened with a victory over Marion. Central sent representatives
to the tourney held May 9 at Marion in which fourteen teams participated. Two games
were played with Newcastle High School's golf team, and the boys went to the state meet
at Indianapolis on May 16. Outstanding players were Bill Horton, Billy Wade, Carl
Pickell, Don Harrold, George Hurst, and Bernard Chilton.
Front Row Qleft to rightj-Overton Sacksteder, 1353 Bob Goul, 125g William Goul, 1155 Miles Hossom,
1083 and Bob Wright, 100.
Second Row-Dave Jones, 145g Dick Jones, 1553 Don Irwin, 1655 Vincent Jones, 175, and Joe Bren-
Dave Jones, junior, wrestled in the 145 lb.
class. He participated in three of the six
scheduled meets and won two by decisions.
Dick Jones, junior, wrestled in the 155 lb.
class and participated in all scheduled meets.
Of his ive victories, two were falls and three
were decisions. At the state meet he won two
matches and obtained a forfeit.
DON IRWIN -
Don Irwin, senior, wrestled in the 165 lb.
class. He participated in three matches, win-
ning one by a fall. At the state meet he won
three matches and placed third in his di-
Vincent jones, junior, wrestled in the 175
lb. class at the state meet. During the season
he won three matches. Two were by falls.
At the state meet he won one match.
Bob Wright, junior, wrestled in the 100
lb. class in Eve of the six scheduled meets
and won five of the matches by falls. At
the state meet he won one match.
Miles Hossom, senior, wrestled in the 108
lb. class and participated in all dual meets,
winning all of his matches. He won two by
falls and placed second at the state meet.
Bill Goul, senior, participated in all ,sched-
uled matches. He won four by falls and two
by decisions. He won three contests at the
Bob Goul, senior, wrestled in the 125 lb.
class and took part in four matches. He won
three matches, two by decisions and one by
a fall. At the state meet he won two matches
and placed third in his division.
Overton Sacksteder, senior, wrestled in the
135 lb. class. He participated in ive matches,
winning three by decisions and two by falls.
He placed second at the state meet by win-
ning three out of four matches.
Joe Brennan, junior, wrestled as a heavy-
weight. This was his Erst year and he wrestled
in two meets. He participated in the state
contest at Bloomington.
G. A. A.
Front Row fleft to rightj-Willimiene Rich, Betty Van Arsdol, Nina Miles, Helen Mae Lewis, Ruth-
ellyn Smith, Mary Ellen Harriott, Sophie Angel, Marianne Taylor, Dorothy Ditton, and Julia Ann
Second Row-Mary Cartwright, Edna Ingle, Charlene Gilliam, Rhea Campbell, Shirley Barnet, Juanita
Clevenger, Margaret Conquest, Rebecca Wiesenauer, and Geraldine Duke.
Third Row-Gail Malsbury, Betty Norrick, Clova Porter, Sara Ribble, Oma Early, Lucille Dye, Maryellen
Worl, Hazel Kem, and Norma Reynolds.
Fourth Row-Lois Cox, Betty Roeger, Miss Katherine King, sponsor, Donna Belle Risk, Marjorie Dragoo,
Vera King, Garnet Marie Boright, Mary Jane Dwyer, and Norma Haas.
Fifth Row-Betty Jean Astbury, Susan Scott, Deloris Fuller, Jeanette Wolfe, Mary Jane St. John, Mary
Harless, Harriett Williams, Violet Brophy, and Velma Blackmer.
G. A. A. LOG
LD pilots cleared the tarmac September 17 to take volley ball planes from the G. A.
A. hangars. First games in the volley ball tournament were featured on October
22. Junior pilots defeated the 10A-Senior teamg the 10A-Senior team was conquered by
Juniors soared over 10B's in the final game October 24.
Twelve girls became members October 31.
Central's Junior Cubs won from Burris' Owls in volley ball, but Central lost at vol-
ley-ring tennis November 7.
Old pilots opened basketball season November 19.
On December 12, Centralites were entertained at Burris.
On January 30 came announcement that no more flight practices would be made
until March 3.
February 20 disclosed a skating party.
Donna Belle Risk carried off honors February 25 with a perfect score in the basket-
More members were admitted March 3.
Tumbling and volley ring absorbed Central aviatresses, interest from March 24 until
New members were entertained March 31.
All planes took off for baseball season April 14.
A skating party was given April 21.
Planes were discarded for an all-day hike May 12 and for a bicycle hike May 26.
The baseball season and G. A. A. airport closed a successful year May 26 with the
MISS KATHERINE KING
A. A. Sponsor and Director of Girls,
LOG OF FLIGHT
9. Seniors gather at Central Airport to
prepare for flight.
10. Seats assigned. All in readiness for
11. Perfect take-off. Good weather re-
ports. Lessons assigned. Flight under way.
15. Motors humming. Everything in
perfect order. Quiet flying.
25. Seniors elect following flight officers:
Pilot - Don Church.
Assistant Pilot-Howard McKinley.
Air Hostess-Lois Gardner.
Chief Mechanic-Robert Williams.
Officers take charge for safe flying.
1. Juniors preparing for flight.
2. Officers elected for Munsonian plane
Flight Commander-June Sanders.
Assistant Flight Commanders-
Harriet Beuoy, Jim Fosdick, and
3. Girls' Pep Club entertains sophomore
7. Something wrong with plane! Seems
stringy! Oh, yes, all girl passengers are knit-
ting. Look out for tangles!
8. Receive results from election of of-
ficers for junior plane as follows:
Air Hostess-Norma Winters.
10. NOTICE: Please do not throw emp-
ty cans or papers overboardg they are good
food for our mascot.
14. Listening to conversation, we hear
"Say, Don, who is that newspassenger
who came aboard at the last stop?"
"Don't worry, you can't have a date
with her,', said Don. "That's a new student
16. Munsonian Plane sends nine passen-
gers to Franklin Airport to represent our
17. Well, what's this? We land at sub-
airport! Oh, yes, teachers taking short
flight to Indianapolis for convention. Re-
sume flight October 21.
21. Junior passengers out for junior play.
24. Senior Band Plane officers follow:
Assistant Pilot-Tom Snyder.
Air Hostess-Marjory Babcock.
31. What's this? People flying around on
broom-sticks! That's rightg it's Halloween.
1. Raymond Jolly builds Bearcat Plane.
We hope it is A-Number 1.
7. Girls, Service Air Hostesses serve
annual pot-luck at airport for mothers.
12. Checking list of passengers to see
who will get out at mid-way airport.
29. Air hostess overworked from serving
large Thanksgiving dinner.
2. Our first advisory program.
13. Pardon, folks, while I make a short
flight to hospital. You see it's Friday the
thirteenth and something eiiciting has to
18. We have had long flight. Will land
soon at sub-airport for vacation. Entertained
by Honor Society at Christmas party.
20. Here we are at airport and will stay
until Jan. 6. Dramatic Club entertains with
"The Shepherd Who Stayed Behind."
6. Taking off again. Somewhat wor-
ried. Bad weather reports coming in.
22. Hang on tight. Making forced land-
ing. Severe cold. Ice on wings.
27. Delayed. Clear the field of snow for
the take-off. Leave ground, hoping to reach
Mid-term Airport tomorrow.
28. Perfect landing at Mid-term Airport.
Leave few classmates and passengers. Will
pick them up in June for final trip to Sen-
ior Activity and Graduation airports. Trip
half over. Still have eighteen weeks of fly-
ing before leaving the good ship "Central
High" at Graduation Airport.
1. Weather cold and clear. Air "bumpy,"
10. Hear interesting talk about Lincoln
by Fred McClellan.
14. You should read some of the valen-
tines in the mail bag.
20. Landing at a sub-airport to refuel.
Will be entertained by Dramatic Club's
"Take My Advice."
29. It's a wonder someone doesn't get
married, because it's up to the girls now
and they can talk.
5. Bearcats 'make successful Sectional
6. Seniors elect mock ofhcers.
14. History Plane makes flight to Wash-
ington, D. C.
15. Bearcat Regional Plane has bad
"crack-up" with Greensfork. No hope of
recovery until next spring.
17. Mrs. Huey Long greets Centralites
22. History Plane encounters trouble in
eastern flood area.
4. Centralites enter Latin and mathe-
16. Seniors Present "Only 38."
30. First of two teas for seniors' moth-
ers in blue room of Ball Airport.
1. Wedding bells ring for Hal B. War-
ren, mathematics teacher.
1. Junior-seniorqprom held at fieldhouse
despite worzt rain clouds of year.
2. Queen Phyllis Rice and attendants
preside at first annual Muncie Relays.
15. Gold "M's" and other awards made
at Honor Chapel.
23. Seniors have annual dance.
29. Class Day.
31. We hear talk by the Rev. C. Russel
Moody, rector of Grace Episcopal Church,
1. Vergil Club banquet for Latin en-
2. Senior picnic at Memorial Park, New-
3. Senior banquet at Roberts Airport.
4. Commencement has arrived. We hear
address by Dr. Henry Witt Crane.
5 . Munsonian picnic.
FLIGHT OF THE 1936 CLIPPER
By ADAM BROWN
GN a September day in 1933, the nucleus of our senior class boarded the Central
Clipper, which was bound for the Land of Education. Our passports were of vary-
ing hues and schemes, some bore the blue and gold of Blaine and McKinley, others the
black and orange of Jefferson, and still others the red and white of Wilson and Emerson.
After taking off, we soared into a fog of bewilderment, the fog that always enshrouds
the Hrst few days of a sophomore. The time-worn elevator myth was exploded, leaving
in its wake certain unwary sophomores. Out of a maze of stairs and crafty seniors,
there emerged our good Central Clipper, sailing serenely in a sky of books and pencils.
Our sophomore activities opened with a party in the library for students who had
received special awards in junior high schools. Assuming the role of air-hosts, the Central
Honor Society was sponsor of this party. Another highlight of this first leg of the
journey was the performance of the United Indoors Circus at the Muncie Fieldhouse.
Students were given an opportunity to assist in providing uniforms for our band.
The grand Hnale of a grand flight was the luncheon given by Exchange Club mem-
bers for Central,s honor sophomores. Following the speeches, we were entertained by
Barton Rees Pogue, one of Indiana's well-known poets.
Thus the Central Clipper rounded the final pylon on the sophomore leg of the journey
to the Land of Education with its nose still pointed toward the goal of Ambition.
JUNIOR JOURNEY EVENTFUL
Shortly after the Central Clipper returned to the air for its junior journey, it dipped
its wings in salute to the old order, for the class of 1936 had organized. The aftermath
of a junior convocation and campaign chapel was the election of Richard Barton, presi-
dent, Robert Goul, vice-presidentg Jayne Galbraith, secretary, and Jane Blease, treasurer.
Progressing steadily, the Central Clipper moved closer toward its goal. A highlight
of the fall semester,s progress was the announcement that several juniors had been
elected to membership in the Central Honor Society. This represents the high pinnacle
of scholastic achievement in Central.
The trusty Clipper plunged head-long into the bag of activities and emerged with the
annual junior play. An old southern drama, "Mignonete," was chosen, and under the
able direction of Miss Maude Michael, the production was a four-star hit. Mary Car-
oline Warner and Jim Fosdick had the leading roles and were supported by an excellent
cast. 1935 saw the revival of baseball at Central with Raymond Jolly as coach. The
team roster was well-sprinkled with juniors, who gave good accounts of themselves.
The last beacon loomed in the distance as the Central Clipper sailed surely on its
course. Und-er the auspices of the junior class, Murdock, the Magician, proceeded to mys-
tify the passengers on board ship. As the junior-senior prom neared, Murdock's spirit
seemed reluctant to leave. All arrangements were veiled in secrecy as old and broken mir-
rors were collected. On the night of the prom, these mirrors glistened forth in the form
of a beautiful half-moon to kindle the light fantastic.
Thus was completed the second leg of the trip to the Land of Education. Our trusty
Clipper alighred only to gain momentum toward its senior goal.
SENIOR PORT SIGHTED
The good Clipper boomed from the runway and glided slowly toward the senior
spotlight, the final beacon on the airway to Education and Life. First to appear
in the glimmering light was the senior campaign. Opened by the preliminary nomina-
tions, the campaign assumed big-time proportions and climaxed in the campaign supper.
As a result of the fiery oratory and flashy signs that marked the hotly-contested elec-
tion, Don Church was chosen president, Howard McKinley, vice-president, Lois Gardner,
secretary, and Robert Williams, treasurer.
The course became more apparent, and a new organization appeared in the ever-
brightening light. The fall semester witnessed the formation of a Student Council at
Central. Designed to advise in student regulation, this development came at the direct
request of the student body through a student forum. Soon the spotlight was focused on
the academic with the election of several seniors to membership in the Central High
School Honor Society.
With the arrival of spring vacation, a bus loaded with students temporarily deserted
the Clipper, and advanced on the East and Washington, D. C. A full week of sight-
seeing was enjoyed with the itinerary including many points of interest in the vicinity
of our nation's capital. However, those senior gypsies were eager to return to the Clipper
as it neared the home port, giving promise of weeks packed with senior activities and
over-flowing in good fellowship.
In the glow of an ever-brightening beacon, spring activities were set in motion by the
senior class play and the mothers' reception. Then followed the junior-senior prom, the
senior dance, and class day exercises. As the light of graduation loomed near, it was
kindled by the annual baccalaureate service. Final gestures of good-fellowship were the
senior banquet and picnic. Then the port was cleared, the spotlight flared. Our Central
Clipper glided to the Fieldhouse, basking in the radiant brilliance of beacons, millions
of them, lighting the paths of life. The faithful passengers were presented with diplomas,
their passports to new worlds of success, inspiration, and happiness.
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Betty Gay Shop .....
Bob's Double Dip ....
BO-K, Inc. ............ .
Bunch, Dr. Rollin H. .... .
Burkey Beauty Shoppe
Cade Co. ................... .
Camp Crosley .................
Campbell's Edgewater Tavern
Caramel Crisp Products Co.
Cashdollar Grocery ..........
City Sales and Service ....
Commercial Printing Co. ..
Dague, M. L. 8a Sons
Darling Shop ..........
Dawson Sales Co. ..... .
Delaware Engraving Co. . . .
Duke's Restaurant ......
Exchange Cigar Store
Foorman's Pie Shoppe ........... .
Foster, J. K. ..................... .
Gil1man's Modern Miss Shoe Store .....
Glenn Motor Sales ................ .
Grace Maring Branch Library .... .
Grady's Cafe ..................
Hamburger Inn ..............
Haynes, Dr. E. C. ..
Hole's Nut House ....
Home Store .........
Ideal Fruit Markets ....
King's Clothing Co. ...... .
Kiser, J. F. Co. ............ .
Knotts, Shoe Rebuilders ....
Liberty Theater ..........
Lincoln Branch Library
Mandarin Inn ..........
Margo Dress Shop .....
Marx Co. ............. .
Max's Furniture Store ....
Muncie Evening Press ..
Muncie Public Library ....
Neumode Hosiery Store
New York Hat Co. ..... .
Park and Shop ........
Penzel, C. A. ..... .
People's Studio ......
Pershing Seed Store
Pig Stand ...........
Retz Sporting Goods
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Riverside Flower Shop ....,....
R1V011 Theater ................... .
Schuster Bros. Clothing Store .... .
Scott Printing Co. ............ .
Sears Roebuck 8a Co. ....... .
Steck, Herschel .....
Storer, A. C., Tailor
Strand Theater ......
Terhune's Candies ......
Twin Beauty Shoppe ......
Vanity Shoe Shop ..........
Van Matre's Drug Stores ....
Warfel's Tin Shop ......
White City Coal Yard . ..
Wilson's Pastry Shop . ..
Wolfe Ice Cream Co. . . ..
Wysor Theater ......
414 North Elm St. .... . 5005
201 South Walnut St. . 1003
225 West Main St. .... . 3180
102 South Walnut St. . .. . . . 532
201 Johnson Blk. ....... . . . 29
235-237 Johnson Blk. ...... .... 5 138
100 South Walnut St. .............. 533
Lake Tippecanoe ..................
Minnetrista Blvd. and Wheeling Ave.
119 East Jackson St. ............... 3322
109-111 North High St. ............ 2091
217 West Washington St. ....... . 363
123 Western Reserve Life Bldg. ..... 1103
400 Kirby Ave. ................ . . . 241
224 South Walnut St. ........ . 1818
115 North High St. ........ . . . 398
1231!2 West Howard St. . . . . . . 5250
110 South Mulberry St. . . . . . . 1132
111 West Main St. ................. 3175
704 East Willard St. ............... 4803
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205 West Main St. ................ .
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Moore Apts., 100 North C
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314 South Mulberry St. . ..
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120 East Jackson St. ..... .
202 South Mulberry St. . . . .
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219 West Main St.
125 South High St.
301 East Jackson St.
226 South Walnut St.
106 South Walnut St.
1000 South Walnut St. . .
211 South Walnut St.
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