Muncie Central High School - Magician Yearbook (Muncie, IN)

 - Class of 1938

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Fay W al MISS ELLA HOLLENBACK- Home economics - enjoys reading and going to shows- is the sort of individual one likes to have around-spon- sors Ceemoh Club. MISS ELIZABETH HUTZEL- Mathematics and G e r in :i n teacher-distinguished by her white hair-a past master of subtle humor and sarcasm- co-sponsor of our Honor So- ciety-avowed dog lover. MISS CHARLINIC ,IAMIESON -Our blonde, chic French teacher-sponsor of Le Cercle Francais and Junior social sponsor-everyone's friend- far more than F r e n e h is learned in her classes. RAYMOND AIOLLY - Coach of basketball, baseball, golf- teaches American history-a reformed red-tie wearer-re- Page Ten quires students in his classes to know the names of their classmates. MRS. FRANCES K E L L Y - Home economics teacher-in- sists on aprons and hair nets being worn in the laboratory -dislikes ice Cream-likes swimming. MISS KATHERINE KING- Head of girls' physical edu- cation department - booster of the Girl Scouts-is ac- complished in all out-door Sports - sponsors C. A. A. MISS FLORENCE LENTZ- Small but purposeful-enjoys reading and t r a v el in g- teachcs social science. ROGER LINGIQMAN - jolly, energetic, and even-tempered -head of physics department -delights in studying scien- tfnc phenomena and teasing students-co-sponsor of Sci- ence Club - Magician pho- tographer. RUSSELL T. McNUTT-Head of the social science depart- ment-likes violin music- especially dislikes jazz, gum chewing, liver, and oysters- enjoys travel, reading, numis- matics, and activities of Social Science Club, which he sponsors. MISS NELLE MASSEY-Marv aged our cafeteria and taught boys and girls to cook until the state took her for ri supervisor-is a bridge en- thusiast - favorite fo od: strawberry shortcake. MISS LUCILE MAYR-Has :i definite English accent to match the subject she teaches -enjoys traveling and read- ing-favorite food is pud- dings. MISS KATHLEEN MEEHAN -English and newswriting teacher-sponsor of Muuxmz- ian-hates chewing gum and loves fried chicken - good publicist, but personally pub- licity-shy. MISS M A U D E MICHAEL - Likes shows, not movies-in- dulges in peppermint candy- Wisely counsels the juniors in addition to teaching English. IRVIN I.. MORROW'-Drafb ing instructor - PQI peeve: people who waste tim-has three children-enjoys fishing and sports-good-natured. MISS FRANCES O'HARRA- Instructor of social science and co-sponsor of Girls' Serv- ice Club - once a friend, always a friend-detests dirty floors and gum chewers-woe to the unenlightened pupil! LEONARD A. PARIS--Milgh uiun s p o n s o r - spends his summer writing and wishing it were cooler-collects nick- names - teaches English. WESLIQY C. PIERCE - Our Oldsmobile driver - general handyman around school-- printing instructor-likes an- tiques, loves his pipe. FLOYD RAISOR-Director of intramural games and teacher of health ed-a regular all- around good sport-his hob- bies are his family and all athletics. CHARLES RETTIG-Machine shop teacher-says he has too many pet peeves to mention -enjoys swimming and read- ing. MISS MARGARET R Y AN- Devotes her time to reading and knitting-likes mush- room soup-teaches English and is responsible for 1.000 batting average on senior pictures.

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ROSCOE SI-IAFFER-Our gen- FRED BOGART-Home room ial and enthusiastic principal -is fond of hunting, fishing, c a m p in g-favorite food: hickory-nut cake. MRS. SUSAN B. NAY-Dean of girls and co-sponsor of Girls' Service Club-likes peo- ple, and people like her- deinitely dislikes impudence and discourtesy on the part of children to their elders- enjoys pretty dishes and lin- ens. MRS. ERMA B. ' CHRISTY- Supervisor of guidance and home economics - e n o y s mingling with all types of people-takes a great interest in club work. MISS FRANCES ANDREXVS- Head of the botany depart- ment and co-sponsor of Sei- ence Club-plays with her pencil while talking-likes to knit and to climb mountains, MISS MARY L. BALDWIN- Business education-is fond of collecting old books- -kindness and gentleness are her outstanding characteris- tics. MISS ESTHER BARTLIQTT- Her favorite pastimes are horseback riding and interior decorataing - attractive and friendly-teaches English and home design. MISS FLORA BILBY-Favorite G hobby is teaching art-spon- sors Dauber and Clay Clubs -chooses pink and blue as her favorite colors-likes all foods. IL B Ii R T BLACKWOOD- Teaches electricity eight per- iods a day-loves music and has an excellent voice-sings in his church choir-has three children in B u r r i s School. MISS ELEANOR JEAN BLY- Dramatic Club sponsor- teacher of English and speech -likes to analyze people and their quirks-admits a prefer- ence for Italian and Chinese foods. teacher in 221 Lpoor fellowj -teaches in the business de- partment-very active, young, and good looking-likes lish- ing. MRS. ESTI-IER K. BROWN- Sponsor of the Vergil Club and Latin instructor-her students have to study-pet peeve: whistling in the halls. FLOYD BUELL-The latest addition to Central's mathe- matics department-delights in flowers and gardens- proud as a peacock of his children, and you can't blame him. MISS JOSEPHINE CLIZVIQN- GER- CN ot picturedj - Sponsor of the Wasliingturii Club-very much interested in her pupils-fond of trav- cling-teaches social science. R. LLOYD COOLEY-Likes outdoor activity, especially horseback riding and hunting -has two dogs of which hc is very fond-a well-informed social scientist and sponsor of Geography Club. MISS OLA B. COURTNEY- N M Central's pupils look forward to her return from a leave of absence-she teaches home economics. EIL DAILY-A recent addi- tion to our general bus'ness staff-dotes on eating steak and pie-endowed with a great sense of humor-spon- sors Hi-Y and Skating Clubs -helps with underclass pic- tures for Mugiriau. RS. ADLAI DALBY-School librarian-spends all her spare time reading and gardening- pet peeve: pupils who come to the library to visit. L- Lff fd 4" 1414. fe ' 1654- lZ'.g'L MISS DEBORAH EDWARDS -Teaches English-favorite pastime is reading-a very in- teresting and enjoyable per- son to know. MISS BLANCHE FENIMORI-I -Home economics-likes to raise flowers and to cook-a very friendly individual. H. EIVIORY FENIMORE-Head of the mathematics depart- ment and sponsor of the Mathematics Club-disgusted with lazy students-enjoys taking moving pictures of his little son. VVALTISR FISHER-Coach of our football, track, and wres- tling teams-says he has more hobbies than business-raises beautiful prize cocker span- iels-enjoys gardening. v" Page Nim'

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M M G G ISS NELLIE SCOTT - An ardent bridge player- home economics instructor-small. alert, and charming-likes to take long hikes-has taken over Miss Massey's duties. ISS If W I2 I. STANDFR- FORD-Young, active, and interested in her pupils- sponsor of Girls' Service Club and senior play - English teacher. RIF F IN STEPHIQNSON- Afternoon art teacher-likes to make his own Christmas cards-an accomplished or- ganist-pet peeve: girls comb- ing their hair in public. LEN STIZPLETON-"W'oe to the person caught whispering in chapel while music is be- ing played"-head of the mus'c department and spon- sor of all its activities-an ardent tennis player-is try- ing to learn square dancing. MRS. GLADYS TOWNSI-IN IJ -"A friend in need is L1 friend indeed"-senior class counselor and social science teacher - pet peeve: people who have to be handled with gloves -likes lobsters and ice cream Qnot togetherj. MISS BLANCH TUHEY- Head of the English depart- ment and sophomore coun- selor-likes nothing better than a dish of ice cream, ex- cept, maybe, gardening - ef- Hcient and cheerful. FRIED TUHIEY-Head of busi- ness education-pet peeve: underclassmen's conduct in study halls-small and ener- getic-loves his work. MISS LORIZNE TURNER- Business education is her sub- ject-is extremely fond of sewing - chop suey is her favorite food-adores any- thing that isired. MISS MARY WADE - Senior class social sponsor and coun- selor-English teacher-p e t peeve: pupils without their lessons-uses subtle humor in her classes. NOIYI. C. WARE-Spimnsor of the Motor Club - teaches woodwork, d r a f tin g, and motor mechanics - enjoys making furniture in his spare time. HAL XVARREN-Mathematics teacher - s p on s o r of the Stamp Club and coach of the tennis team-likes fishing- follows the Bearcats diligent- ly. MRS. ETHEI. WALSH - Is fond of all kinds of outdoor activities-believe it she's an expert wood-chopper -says she could eat chicken every day - attendance and receiving clerk. Of nilt, CLYDE XVELLINGER - Teaches building trades -- hates "lazybones"-likes Hsh- ing and spends all extra hours around the house and farm. HARRY N. WHITTHRN - "For he's a jolly good fellow" -mathematics teacher - a chess fan and a good sport. MISS RUTH ANN WliSIiR-- Collects min'atures as a hob- by- likes to travel -sweet M and friendly-teacher in the business department and co- sponsor of Friendship Club. ISS ANNA MARIE YATES -Magician business sponsor- small, sweet. and vital-one chaperon who really enjoys d a n c i n g - co-sponsor of Friendship Cl u b - teaches business education. FDVVARD ZETTFRBIZRG - M Calm, quiet, and good-na- turecl-head of the chemistry department and co-sponsor of the Science Club-hobb'es: photography and fishing. ISS R U T H ZIMMERLY- Our very efficient clerk ol' records-enjoys eating-is at- tractive and easy to get along with-sang "California, Here I Come" last April. Page Elvwn

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