Muncie Central High School - Magician Yearbook (Muncie, IN)
- Class of 1942
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LADIES AND GEN TLEMEN !
Remember those good old circus
days with the bands blaring and
clowns cavorting? Remember how
you skipped school to see the big
show that had just come to town?
We offer you a big show within
a school! No leaving the building
or avoiding truant officers! just
turn the pages- or walk down the
You'll get the same effect. We
offer you Central-with its crowd-
ed halls, thrilling basketball games,
glamorous girls, handsome football
heroes! What more could you ask?
We present the Magician of '42!
Viva la Bly! Long live the queen of Central's stage -
the creative impresario of our faculty! She,s known to
every student as both his friend and his adviser, and will
long be remembered by seniors who have profited from
her friendly and straightforward counsel. To express our
appreciation, we, the staff, dedicate the Magician of '42
to Miss Eleanor Jean Bly.
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Top row, left to- right, Muncie City School Board: William T.
I-Iaymond, secretaryg E. Arthur Ball, presidentg Joseph C.
Davis, treasurer. H. B. Allman, superintendent of schools.
Bottom row: Grace Fern Mitchell, executive secretary to board
and superintendentg T. B. Calvert, director of research and
budgetsg J. J. Friestroffer, coordinator in distributive occu-
pationsg and J. C. Jenkins, coordinator in trades and industry
and principal of the trade school.
"We are preparing to serve!" This is the keynote of a new attitude which Central
students have adopted since December 7. Knowing that they must meet the increasing
demands of the war world, they have welcomed many new opportunities for preparation.
Without organization and direction, however, many of our efforts would fail. The
War Activities Council, formed to guide and concentrate our defense activities, is com-
posed of the officers of the three classes and representatives from several school organiza-
tions. Under this direction we hope to make full use of all our opportunities to stand
by the nation. I
Of course, the men on the home lines are as essential as those on the front. Training
must be given for defense occupations as well as for fighting. The trade school, which
offers classes for twenty-two hours each day, and several hundred students who are pre-
paring for "production to win thei warf' In addition to regular school activities the
trade school presents "conversion classes" for the general public from four p. rn. to
six a. m.
Friendly cooperation with our neighbors will help to make our war effort successful.
What is more important, it will play a vital part in "winning the peace." But before
we can have complete cooperation, there must be understanding. Centralites are gaining
understanding through. a new course called "Our American Neighbors," in which the
colorful and picturesque nations to the south are studied. fYC0ntinued on P. l2j
ROSCOE D. SHAFFER, A. B., M. S.
Ball State and Indiana University. Supervisor and
principal of Central. Hobbies: fishing and hunting. A
MRS. SUSAN B. NAY, B. S., M. A.
Indiana State Normal School, Columbia University.
Dean of girls and director of
EDWARD ZETTERBERG, A. B., M.S.
Indiana State Teachers' College and Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology. Chemistry. Dean of boys, in
charge of attendance and discipline. Hobbies: pho-
tography, wood working, and fishing.
MRS. ERMA B. CHRISTY, B. S.
Cornell University. Supervisor of guidance and home
economics, co-sponsor of Honor Society. Hobbies:
travel and community work.
MISS FRANCES ANDREWS, A. B., M. A.
Indiana University. Botany, biology, English. Hob-
bies,: mountain-climbing, photography, knitting.
ETTORE ANTONINI, B. S., M. S.
Indiana University. Co-sponsor of athletics.
MISS BERTHA L. ARBOGAST
Indiana Business College. Clerk of records and ac-
counting. Hobbies: reading and knitting.
KENNETH L. ATCHLEY, B. S.
Purdue University. Machine Shop, electricity. Hob-
by: model building.
MISS ESTHER BARTLETT, A. B., M. A.
Ball State and Wisconsin U. Social science. Sponsors
Latin-American League and is junior social sponsor.
Hobbies: traveling, window shopping, and horseback
MISS FLORA A. BILBY
Chicago Art Institute. Art. Sponsors Daubers. Hob-
by: painting. Has taught at Central 32 years.
GILBERT A. BLACKWOOD, A. B.
Hanover. Electricity. Is in charge of the school's
clocks and bells. Hobbyg: music.
MISS ELEANOR BLY, A. B., M. A.
Earlham College, Columbia U., and Colorado U.
English and speech. Sponsors Dramatic Club. Hob-
bies: reading, horseback riding and attending theater.
Has taught at Mt. Vernon, Illinois.
clubs. Hobbies: books
FRED BOGART, B. S.
Ball State. Business education. Hobbies: hshing and
MISS HENRYETTA BRANDT, A. B.
Colorado College of Education, Michigan U., and Ball
State. English. Dramatic coach. Has taught in
Florida and California. Hobby: farming.
MRS. ESTHER K. BROWN, A. B., M. A.
Indiana U., Ball State, Columbia U., Western Col-
lege, and Sweet Briar College. Latin. Sponsors Ver-
gil Club. Has taught at Miss West's School in St.
joseph, Missouri. Hobby: Spanish.
FLOYD BUELL, A. B., A. M.
Ball State and Indiana U. Mathematics. Hobby:
MRS. ANNA MARIE BULL, B. S., M. A.
Ball State. Business education. Business sponsor of
Magician. Hobbies: bicycling, swimming, and cooking.
MISS ,IOSEPHINE CLEVENGER, A. B., M. A.
Franklin College, Indiana U., and Pennsylvania U.
Social science. Sponsors Washington Club and Tour.
Hobbies: tours, knitting, stamps, and people.
ROBERT LLOYD COOLEY, A. B., M. A.
Indiana U. and Ball State. American history and ec-
onomic geography. Sponsors Geography Club. Hob-
bies: dogs and horseback riding.
MISS OLA E. COURTNEY, B. S.
Indiana State Normal School. Health education and
clothing. Hobby: gardening.
NEIL W. DAILY, B. S.
Ball State, Indiana University. Advertising, sales-
manship, general business. Hobbiesiz sports, home,
MRS. ADLAI G. DALBY, A. B., B. L. S.
Indiana University, Columbia University. Librarian.
Hobbies: her dog and the library pages.
JOHN DUCKWALL, B. S., M.A.
Cornell College. Instrumental music. Hobby: check-
MISS DEBORAH EDWARDS, A. B., M. A.
Earlham College and Columbia U. English. Hobby:
H. E. FENIMORE, A. B., M. A., Ph. D.
Indiana University, University of Wisconsin, Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania. Mathematics. Hobbies: movie
WALTER H. FISHER, A. B., B. S.
Indiana U. Co-sponsor of athletics. Physical Ed.
Hobbies: gardening and raising dogs.
MISS VIOLET S. HOAR, M. S., B. S., R. N.
Michigan U. School of Nursing. Health education.
Supervisor of health in Muncie City Schools and
Central's nurse. Has taught in Saugatuck, Battle
Creek, and Fennodle, Michigan, and Aurora, Illinois.
Hobbies: traveling and cooking.
MISS ELLA HOLLENBACK, B. S., M. A.
Lewis Insitute of Chicago and Columbia U. Home
economics. Senior social sponsor. Hobbies: traveling
and attending shows.
MISS ELIZABETH HUTZEL, A. B., M. A.
University of Michigan. Mathematics. Honor Society
MISS MARTHA MAY JACKSON, A. B., R. N.
Ball State. Home hygiene and care of the sick. She
is the school nurse. Hobbies: golf, swimming, ice-
skating, needlepointing, and modern and classical re-
Miss CHARLINE JAMIESON, A.B., M.A.
Western College, Columbia University. French.
Hobbies: reading, traveling, horseback riding.
HARRY G. KEMMER, B. S., C. E.
Purdue U. Mechanical drawing, mathematics, Eng-
lish, and physical education. Has taught at Daytona
Beach, Florida, and Purdue University. Hobbies:
athletics, fishing, and poetry.
MISS KATHERINE KING, B. S., M. A.
University of Minnesota, Columbia. Physical educa-
tion. Hobbies: Red Cross, Girl Scouting, camping,
bicycling, and music.
MISS DOROTHY KRIEGER, B. S., M. S.
Ball State and Cornell U. Modern living and foods.
Sponsor of sophomore class. Hobby: cooking.
ROGER S. LINGEMAN, A. B., M.A.
Indiana U. Physics and aeronautics. Sponsor Physics
Club. School photographer. Hobby: photography.
MISS EVELYN H. MCCULLOCH, B. S.
Indiana U. Foods and tea room. Hobbies: cooking
MRS. MARY B. MCKINZIE, A. B.
Ball State, Indiana U., and Chicago U. Business train-
in. Hobby: collecting old books.
RUSSELL T. MCNUTT, A. B., A.M.
Indiana U. Social science. Sponsors Social Science
Club. Chairman of War Activities Council. Hob-
bies: gardening and flowers.
THAMAR MAIN, B. S.
Ball State. Machine shop. Teaches national defense
classes. Hobby: farming.
MISS LUCILE MAYR, A. B., M. A.
Earlham, Columbia University, Oxford University,
England. English. Hobbies: traveling, driving her
MISS KATHLEEN MEEHAN, A. B.
Ball State. English and newswriting. Sponsors Mun-
sonian. Hobbies: playing piano, cooking, and reading.
MISS MAUDE MICHAEL, A. B., M. S.
Ball State, Indiana U., and Northwestern. English.
Sponsors junior class. Hobbies: attending theatre and
IRVIN L. MORROW
Muncie Normal, Ball State, Wisconsin U., and Pur-
due extension. Drafting and blue print reading.
Hobbies: camping and fishing, home shop.
R. E. NOBLE, B. S.
Ball State. Auto mechanics. Hobbies: wood work
MISS FRANCES I.. O'I'IARRA, A. B., M. A.
Ohio Wesleyan, Ohio State. History, civics, and
modern problems. Hobbies: knitting and sewing.
Has taught at Prospect, Ohio.
LEONARD A. PARIS, A. B., M. A.
DePauw and Northwestern U. English. Sponsor of
Magician. Hobbies: musicy and writing.
WESLEY C. PIERCE
Ball State. Printing. Hobbies: antiques and driving
FLOYD W. RAISOR, A. B., M. S.
DePauw and Indiana U. Health education. Sponsors
intramural athletics. Hobbiesz' athletics and reading.
CHARLES R. RETTIG, B. S.
Purdue and Indiana State Normal. Machine shop.
MISS MARGARET RYAN, A. B., M. A.
Ball State, Ohio State. English. Hobbies: reading
MISS NELLE SCOTT, M. A.
Indiana University, Hanover. Cafeteria. Hobbyi: ser-
ving special dinners.
MISS JEWEL STANDERFORD, A. B.
Ball State. English and social science. Sponsors radio
programs and is library assistant. Hobbies: collect-
ing first editions, reading and attending the theatre.
GRIFFIN STEPHENSON, B. S.
Ball State and Ohio State. Art.
GLEN STEPLETON, B. S., M. S.
Ball State and Michigan U. Music. Sponsors dance
band. Hobbies: ping-pong, scrap book, and tennis.
MRS. GLADYS A. TOWYNSEND, A. B.
Western College and Illinois U. Social science. Chair-
man of senior counselors. President of Muncie Teach-
ers' Federation. Hobbies: driving her car, planning
and cooking meals, and seniors.
MISS BLANCHE E. TUHEY, A. B., M. A.
DePauw, University of Michigan, University of Colo-
rado. Hobby: taking moving pictures.
FRED M. TUHEY, A. B.
DePauw, Ball State, Harvard. Business education.
Hobbies: public accounting and tax work.
MISS LORENE TURNER, M. S.
Wayne University and Kent State College. Secre-
tarial training. Sponsors Secretarial Club. Hobby:
MISS MARY E. WADE, A. B., M. A.
DePauw U. and Columbia U. English. Junior coun-
selor. Hobbies: reading, driving car, and traveling.
NOEL C. WARE, B. S., M. S.
Ball State and Indiana University. General shop.
Hobby: furniture making.
HAL B. WARREN, A. B.
Ball State and Indiana University. Mathematics.
CLYDE WELLINGER, A. B.
A. and M. College, Mississippi, Indiana U., Purdue
U., Ball State, and Bradley Tech. Building trades.
Hobbies: farming and fishing.
MISS RUTH ANNE WESER, B. S.
Ball State and Columbia U. Comptometer, short-
hand, and typing. Sponsors Student Council. Hob-
bies: collecting miniatures and interesting menus,
traveling, and swimming.
HARRY N. WHITTERN, A. B.
Indiana University, Ball State. Mathematics. Played
clarinet in the army band in 1918. Has taught at
University High School, University of Minnesota.
MISS GRACE WILLIAMS
Indiana Business College. Attendance clerk. Hobbies:
cooking, reading, and movies.
CLAUDE B. WILLIAMS, B. S., M. A.
Ball State. Filing and typing. Hobby: fishing.
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Another new course at Central which reflects the tempo of the times is the class in
aeronautics. "Wings will win the war," it has been said. Central is doing her part by
offering her pupils an opportunity to study the mechanism of the airplane and the
effects of natural environment upon its use. In making model planes the pupils had
"Speed', is the by-word of education as well as industry in times of war. In Central
every possible method is being used to speed up the educational program, particularly
for our engineering students. A student may leave school before the last semester,
making up his last few credits at college, and still. receive his diploma.
However, while the rest of us are preparing our country for war, Central is well
represented byi men in the service. A few members of the graduating class, as well as
many alumni, have joined the army, navy, or marine corps. The faculty itself is
represented in the army by Robert Colvin, who was a new addition to the business Q
education department during the first part of this year.
But we remaining members of Central must be contented with doing our part in
the equally important but less noticeable business of preparation, remembering the '
slogan: "Uncle Sam needs you-in school?
We draw back the curtains to present to you some of the typical scenes from under
the Central big top. As the senior parade begins to disband, we have made a photo-
graphic, record of those things which have made up our three years at Central. The
curtains part on the typical scenes of Central-land.
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HHN the stars of our show entered the "Big Top" three years ago,
they chose Bob Chalfant Qrightj as their class chairman. The next
year Bob was re-elected president of his class along withl fleft to rightj
Harold Ball, vice-presidentg Joann Froyd, secretary, and Lavon Young,
treasurer. Last year at senior election time, the seniors demonstrated their
satisfaction with the previous direction of their class by electing the same
officers to lead them through their senior year. Thus, both Bob Chalfant
and President Roosevelt advanced to third term victories.
Because of his poise and sense of humor, Bob made an excellent master
of ceremonies at all of the senior assembly programs and was equally
well liked by the sponsors' of the senior class, who worked with him and
Each of the other officers had a year's experience to make him more
valuable to his class, but of most importance to them was the aid of
Miss Ella Hollenback and Mrs. Gladys Townsend, senior class sponsors,
and George Taylor, class program, chairman.
EVELYN JUNE ARNOLD
General, art major, Dauber Clubg Girl Reserves,
Munsonian. t'An artist with abundant ability."
General courseg Ceemoh Clubg Senior Council. "Keep
the home fires burningf'
General course: "Another one of our energetic skat-
JANE ELLEN BALES
College prep. courseg Math, French, and Vergil
Clubsg Honor Societyg Magician. "Blonde hair, green
College prep., Math Clubg Student Council, Honor
Societyg Social Science, Latin American Leagueg
Hi-Y Clubg Senior Vice-president. l'Lincoln, the
man of the people!"
Commercial courseg Glee Club, G. A. A. "Dark eyes
Commercial designg Wrestlingg Football, Magician.
"From his pencil point Come imaginary worldsf'
ARWANNA DAVIS BARNES
Choir, 'tMusical Moods." "What's Hedy Lamarr have
that she hasn't?"
General course, Magician, Orchestra. "Fuller-blush
Vocational carpentry. "Nice if all 'bills' were like
ROBERT H. BARTHOLOMEW
College prep.g Hi-Y Club. "Beware! Artist at work!
Continue at your own risk."
Commercial courseg G. A. A. "Napoleon was little,
too, but look what he did!"
Commercial course, Glee Club, Geography Club:
Choirg Musical Moods. "A golden-voiced canary.',-
ELZA D. ADAMS
General businessg Dauber Clubg Footballg Track.
"The essence of friendliness."
College prep.g Dramatic Clubg Choir. "Once and
for Allf' "Central,s Whiz-kidly'
College prep. courseg Math Clubg French, Social Sci-
ence, and Hi-Y Clubsg Honor Societyg Student
Councilg Bandg Senior Councilg Tennis Teamg Intra-
mural basketball. "An A-1 citizen."
ROBERT B. ALLEN
College prep.g Geography Clubg Student manager of
basketball. "Casanova, Beau Brummel, or Bob Allen?
Drafting courseg Honor Societyg Hi-Y Clubg Senior
Councilg Intramural basketball. "He's a drafting
Shorthand courscg Jr. Red Crossg Secretarial Club,
Girls' Service Representative. 'IA steady diet of
dancin' and romancin'."
Commercial course. "I have big, brown eyes-see?"
CLIFFORD EUGENE ARNOLD
Draftingg Bandg Orchestrag "Musical Moodsf, "An
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Machine shop. i'Why hurry?,'
JUDITH ANN BELCHER
College prep.g French, Secretarial, Dramatic Clubsg
Honor Socictyg Junior Councilg Student Councilg
Magiviang M1lWX011id11j "Love Rides the Rails"g
"Once and for All"g "Stage Doorf, "Delicious-
Delightful - De-lovely!"
Shorthand courseg Honor Socictyg Secretarial Clubq
Magician. "Her seventh heaven-a sky full of
chocolate nut sundaesf'
General courseg Geography and Physics Clubsg Magi-
cian. "Hi ya, genius
CONSTANCE EILEEN BIRD
General courseg Girls' Service Club Representative.
"Cocker Spaniels, mutts, dachshunds -just so they're
SARA ANN BLAIR
General course. Ulf you knew Sara like we know
General course, commercial majorg Magician. "Your
green eyes with their soft lights."
RUTH ELLEN BOYD
General course, commercial majorg Choir. "Her
hobby is figure skating."
Shorthand eourseg Secretarial Club. "The wedding
bells are chimingf'
General course, home ec. majorg Geography, Glee
Clubsg Choirg "Musical Moodsug G. S. C. Representa-
tive. "Peppy Peg's a pippin
Printingg Geography Clubg Latin American League.
"At wise-cracking he heads the list."
General courseg Geography Clubg Magiciang Track.
l'He's an ace when it comes to cameras."
Mechanical draftingg Honor Societyg Varsity trackg
Intramural basketball. "Lt. Brown of the air corps,
if you please.
General business. "Soda-jerking Red."
Machine shop. "R0lland's hobby is travelingf,
CHARLES D. BRUTCHEN
Artg Student Council. "Et tu, Brutchcnf,
College prep.g French Clubg Honor Societyg Secre-
tarial Clubg Magiciang "Love Rides the Railsf'
"When my ship comes in, it'll be full of menf,
ROBERT LELAND CHALFANT
College prep.g Dramatic Clubg Student Councilg
"What a Life!"g "Stage Door"g Sophomore chair-
mang Junior presidentg Senior president. "What he
ain't got he don't need."
Shorthand courseg Secretarial Club. "New, but she's
made a place in Central?
General courseg Choir. "Ma, he's making eyes at
BOB JAMES CAREY
Drafting. "Imagine! We've found a man that likes
BETTE ALICE CLARK
General courseg Geography, Latin-American Leagucg
Glee Clubsg Musical Moods. "As a skater she's super."
PAULINE KATHERINE CLARK
General course, art major. "She likes art with a
College prep.q Social Science Clubg Latin-American
Leagueg Hi-Y Clubg "Love Rides the Railsng Tennisq
Musical Moods. "Our Romeo-with a hundred
General courseg Majoretteg Musical Moods. UA high-
steppin' drum majorettef'
College prep.g Math Clubg Honor Society. "If you
want the right answer, ask Dot!',
College prep.g French Clubg Student Councilg Senior
Councilg Varsity basketball. "Superman!"
Mechanical draftingg MIIIISOIITHII. "Future engineer!"
General course, language majorg French Clubg Vergil
Clubg Honor Societyg Magiciang Mzmsonian. U- De-
lightful to know --"
Shorthandg Jr. Red Crossg Student Councilg Honor
Societyg Secretarial Clubg War Activities Council.
'lVoice of America."
NINA JEAN COPELAND
Shorthand courseg Jr. Red Crossg Secretarial Club.
General course, commercial majorg Glee Clubg M1111-
sorziung Choirg Musical Moods. "You can't stop me
ERNEST JACKSON COX
College prep.g Student Councilg Honor Societyg l'Love
Rides the Rails." "Ernest Jackson Cox, M. D."
Geography Clubg Varsity football. "Is everybody
Mechanical drafting. "He's got printer's ink in his
Mechanical draftingg Geography Club. "A drafts-
man that is a draftsmanf'
LESTER C. CARTER
Mechanical draftingg Footballg Wrestling. "The man
who comes aroundf,
Electricity. "Anchors aweigh!"
General courseg Geography Clubg G. S. C. Repre-
sentativeg Choir. "Flaming hair to match a brilliant
BETTY SUE CHALFANT
General course, commercial majorg Girl Reserve
Clubg Glee Clubg Bearcat Brevitiesg Musical Moodsg
Radio. "How would the attendance clerk get along
College prepg French Clubg Social Science Clubg
Honor Societyg Dauber Clubg G. S. C. Representa-
tiveg G. A. A.g Student Councilg Senior Councilg Red
Cross Councilg MdgiC'idl1j Mu11r011iar1g Musical Moods.
"She,s the girl Who's everywhere at once."
ETHEL ANNE CHRISTMAN
Shorthand courseg Secretarial Clubg G. S. C. Repre-
sentativeg Dauber Clubg Radio. "You have to coin
a word for Ethel.',
Shorthand course. "Vivacious Lady."
Pre-nursing courseg Orchestrag Dance Bandg Musical
Moods. "Arden: Abe Lincoln admirer."
PERRY W. CROSS
"Broken bones a specialty."
College prep. "Bright boy-a shining light in Cen-
WILLIAM CURL, JR.
College prep.g Dunbar Clubg Glee Clubg Intramural
basketball. "Mischief, he's it!"
PI-IYLLIS JEAN CURRY
General courseg Student Councilg Girl Reserve Clubg
G. S. C. Representativeg Social Science Clubg Latin-
American Leagueg Magiriang Radio. "An oomphatic
General courseg Girl Reserve Clubg Glee Club. "Geor-
gia on my mind."
Building tradesg Geography Clubg Varsity basketballg
Intramural basketball. "Reaching for the stars?
ALMA DE REESE DAIN
General course, shop majorg Trackg Intramural bas-
ketball. "Him and his portable radio!"
Auto mechanicsg Bandg Dance band. "Music Master."
BLANCHE MAE DAVIS
Student Councilg Bandg Glee Clubg Drum Majorette.
"Cute little item."
ROY EUGENE DAVIS
Mechanical draftingg French Clubg Student Council:
Orchestrag Trackg Intramural athletics. t'Where've
you been all my life?,'
RONALD M. DAWSON
General courseg Geography Clubg Bandg Latin-Amer-
ican Leagueg Dramatic Clubg Choirg "What a Lifeug
"Once and for All"g "Love Rides the Rafls"g Magi-
cian. "Hector, mama's graduating!"
General courseg French Clubg Honor Soeietyg Physics
Clubg Glee Clubg Orchestrag Magiciaug Murzsolziaug
Choir. "A wizard of witsf'
WILLIAM D. DEARINGER
Machine shopg Geography Clubg Student Council:
Varsity footballg Intramural basketball. "You gotta
be a football hero!"
MARY JANE DELONG
Commercial courseg Mzmsonimi. "She's worth her
weight in rubber."
OMER J. DENNY
Electrieityg Geography Clubg Football. l'What's
Weissmuller have on Omer? Nothing!,'
WILLIAM R. DEVERS
Student Council, Football. "He likes to kick things
around - especially footballsf'
General course, G. A. A. "Any old pictures or clip-
General courseg Geography, Secretarial Clubsg Girls'
Service Club Representative. "The prodigal returns."
General course. i'Designs by Doggettf,
DELORES EDWARDS .
Home ec.: jr. Red Cross. "She can mix up a deli-
cious meal in no time at all!"
MARY LOUISE EHRLICH
College prep.g Honor Societyg Orchestrag Dance Bandg
Radio. "The girl who plays magical musicf'
General courscg Geography Clubg Bearcat Brevitiesg
jr. Council. "Bred to a bridle!"
Shorthand courseg Geography Clubg G. A. A. "Reigns
at the roller-rinkfl
CARL E. ERTLE
Machine shopg Intramural basketball. "Little man,
College prep. "The Quiz-master.
CHARLES EVANS, JR.
Honor Society. "Take it easy, breezy."
General courseg Honor Societyg Dramatic Clubg Ra-
dio. "Central's shining jualf'
Mechanical draftingg Hi-Y Clubg Intramural basket-
ball. "Let's play ping-pongf'
General courseg Geography, Hi-Y Clubs. 'tXVomen
and Work are his chief interests."
General courseg Geography Club. "My pride and joy
-my curly hair."
General courseg jr. Red Crossg Ceemoh Clubg Secre-
tarial Clubg Magifiung Munsonian. l'Peg o' my
General courseg Geography Clubg Glee Clubg Student
Councilq Choirg Musical Moodsg Affllgifidll. "Donson
in the dark."
GEORGE WASHINGTON DOTSON, JR.
Commercial courseg Geography Club. "Camera
Printing courseg Hi-Y Club. "Dashing, daring Doty."
TED C. DOTY
Printingg Honor Society. "Smile-ask the man
who owns one!,'
General course, commercial majorg Geography Clubg
Latin-American Leagueg G. A. A., Musical Moods.
General course, commercial majorg Geography Club.
"Central's gift to the business world!"
General course. "A traveling nurse."
ELLEN NADINE EAGAN
General eourseg Choirg Musical Moods. "I feel a
song coming on -"
College prep.g G. S. C. Representativeg Choirg Magi-
riang Munsorziang Musical Moods. "Mademoiselle,"
Machine shop, Geography Club. "A man's man!"
OPAL MAE FINDLEY
Commercial course, Student Councilg Girl Reserves,
Senior Council, Choirg Dance Bandg Radio, MuSiC21l
Moods. "Our leading lady of song."
Auto mechanics. "Frankie knows his carsf'
College prep., jr. Red Cross, French Club, Secretarial
Club, Magician. "V for vitality!',
BETTY ELAINE FLINN
College prep.g Math, French, Social Science Clubsg
Honor Society, Mugifiang M1mxo11iau. "How about
CHARLES EDWARD FLOYD
Electricity, "Love Rides the Railsf' l'Quiet but
College prep., Math, French, Social Science, Dramatic
Clubsg Honor Societyg Student Council, Munsoniung
Magician, "Once and for All"g "Stage Door"g junior
and Senior Secretary. "Why gentlemen prefer
Commercial courseg Glee Club. "Tee hee, I donit
General courseg Girls Reserve Clubg Glee Club. "Typ-
ical typing secretaryf'
TRULA D. GAVIN
General business, Geography, Girls Reserve Clubsg
G. A. A.g Bearcat Brevitiesg Musical Moods, Choir.
"How to win friends and influence peoplef'
ADELIA JEAN GIBBS
Shorthand course, Secretarial Clubg Radio. "There's
something about a soldier!"
CLARA DELL GLENN
Home ec., Girl Reserveg Dauber Club. "Pardon me,
Shorthand course, Jr. Red Crossg Secretarial Clubg
Magician, Latin-American League. "How to Be a
success in Ten Easy Lessons."
MARY ELIZABETH GRAVES
College prep.g Jr. Red Cross, G. S. C. Representative,
Vergil Clubg Choir, Magician, "Musical Moods."
"Sweet as sugar and not rationed!"
ROBERTHA G. GRAVES
General courseg Glee Club. "Central's 'Singing
LETHA L. GRAY
Shorthand course, Jr. Red Crossg Geography, Secre-
tarial Clubs, G. S, C. Representative, Senior Council,
Orchestra, War Councilg Bearcat Brevities. "Efficient
to the nth degree."
General courseg French, Geography Clubs. "Penny's
College prep.g French, Hi-Y Clubsg Choir, Musical
Moods. '!To live is to laugh!"
WINIFRED JUNE GROW
Geography Club, Latin-American Leagueg Library
Page. "June 'Encyclopedia' Growfi
College prep., Geography, Glee Clubsg G. S. C. Rep-
resentativeg Senior Councilg Student Council. "Lady
Business course. "Favorite subject-lunch hour."
General course, Girl Reserves, Glee Club, Choir,
Musical Moods. "The gal with the spontaneous
MARTHA ANNE HARRIS
General course, Geography Club, Girl Reserve, M1111-
sonian, Choir. UA tops musicianf'
WARREN E. HARRISON
Auto mechanics, Geography Club, Football. "I
wanna zoot suit -"
MARY LOUISE HARROLD
College prep., French, Geography Clubs, G. S. C.
Representative, Magician. " 'Henry' is a dream walk-
NORA ELLEN HART
General course, Choir. "One of Central's subtle
LILA DEE HAWLEY
Pre-nursing, G. S. C. Representative. "Sophistica-
Band, Orchestra. "Shoe-shine Hayes!"
College prep., French, Social Science, Dramatic, Glee
Clubs, Honor Society, Munsonian, "What a Life!",
"Stage Door." "Oh! How superflabgoptious!"
FRANK R. HERSHEY
Machine shop, Varsity football, Wrestling, Track.
"Why gals leave home!"
Building trades. "Cute, but definitely!"
Mechanical drafting, Band, Choir. "Jeep's got it."'
College prep., Vergil Club, Hi-Y, Football. "Red
will solve the international situation."
College prep., Latin-American League, French, Dra-
matic Clubs, G. S. C. Representative, Choir, "What
a Life!", "Stage Door", "Love Rides the Railsn, Mu-
sical Moods. "Singin', Swingin' Suzyf'
ARLETT LAVON HAFFNER
Machine shop. "I can't help it if I've got red hair!"
ODESSA LOU HAHN
College prep., Honor Society, Dramatic, Vergil, Glee
Clubs, "What a Life!", "Stage Door", Magician,
Choir, Musical Moods. "I like the army--just look
at all the men!"
FLORA HELEN HALL
College prep., Girl Reserve Club, Dauber Club. "Une
jeune fille brillantef'
HELEN LOUISE HALL
General course. "She's particularly tops!',
Bookkeeping course, Girl Reserve. "Arthur Murray
taught me dancing!"
BETTY JEAN HAMMER
General course, Glee Club,Mugiria11. "The skin you
love to touch."
PAUL E. HANNAN
General course, Choir, Musical Moods, Intramural
basketball. "Handsome Hannanf'
General course, Latin-American League, French, Dra-
matic, Social Science Clubs, Physics Club, Magician,
M-1L7lS01lid7lj Musical Moods, Washington Club, "Once
and for All", "Stage Door", Radio. 'iMan-about-
College prep.: Latin-American Leagueg Glee Clubg
Munxoniaug Magiviang Choirg Musical Moods. "Oh-
those luscious brown eyesll'
General courseg Glee Clubg Dunbar Clubg Choir. "I
got it good-and that ain't badlv
Commercial courseg Bandg Majoretteg G. A. A.g Mu-
sical Moods. "Bashful and beamingf'
RUTH ADELE HOBBS
College prep.g Math, Secretarial, Dramatic Clubsg
Honor Societyg Bandg G. S. C. Repfesentativeg "What
a Life!"g Radiog Musical Moods. "Sadie Jane's in the
General courseg Math Clubg Mugiciang Choirg l'Love
Rides the Railsng Musical Mooclsg Varsity footballg
Varsity wrestlingg Varsity track. "Are you kiddin'?'
General courseg Math, Girl Reserve, Vergil, Glee
Clubsg Jr. Red Crossg G. S. C. Representativeg Ma-
gician. "First in the hearts of her countrymen."
College prep.g Orchestrag Magician. "Sweeter than
Printing. "Eligible bachelor."
RALPH ROSS HORNER
Electricityg Honor Societyg Physics, Social Science,
Dramatic Clubsg Bandg "What a Life!"g "Love Rides
the Rails"g Intramural athletics. "Born to dance."
Vocational electricityg Trackg Intramural basketball.
Mechanical drafting. "We would like to draft his
HOWARD E. HUNT
Math majorg Math Club. "He has a head for figures!"
ORA ROBERT HURST
General shopg Choirg Intramural athletics. "He
knows what's watt!"
Electricityg Math, Physics, Hi-Y Clubsg "Love Rides
the Rails." "Huston and Mier-gruesome two-
General course. "Original-isn't she?"
Pre-nursingg Vergil Clubg "Our ideal pen-pal."
College prep.g Math, Social Science Clubsg Glee Clubg
Honor Societyg Student Councilg Magician. "The nth
degree in energy."
HERBERT G. JESTER
General courseg Honor Societyg Magician. 'lWhat's
in a name? -- plenty!"
Commercial course. "jitter-jivin' Johnson!"
Machine shop. "Sherman was rightli'
BOYD L. JONES
Building tradesg Intramural basketball. "The strong,
Shorthand courseg Secretarial Clubg G. S. C. Repre-
sentative. "The Greeks had a word for her ability."
JOHN D. KELLEY
College prep.g Hi-Y. "Lady-killer Kelleyf,
College prep.g Secretarial Clubg Girl Reserveg G.
A. A. "So sweet, so charming!"
General courseg French Clubg Senior Council. "Life,
'love and she's so wonderfulf,
VUNE B. LAMB
Shorthandg Secretarial Clubg Band. "She twirls a
General course! Football. "Flying cadet."
ROSEVA M. LANG
General courseg French Clubg G. S. C. Representa-
tiveg Mugiciang MlIl1X0l1id7l. "Personality plus vi-
General courseg Geography Club. ujack, the wo-
Commercial course. "She's a mischievous little thing."
Shorthand courseg Secretarial Club. "Dot's right!"
Electricity. "One of Central's live-wires."
College prep.g Latin-American Leagueg French, Hi-Y
Clubs. "If silence is golden, Francis is worth his
weight in gold."
General course. 'KI fry a mean hamburgerln
Bookkeeping. "A gentleman of the old school."
MILDRED LEE JONES
Jr. Red Crossg Mlzrzsouiuu. "You were my queen in
Printingg Dramatic Clubg "Love Rides the Rails"g
"Stage Door." "Hi, Curly!"
ALINE JUNE JORIS
Student Councilg Girl Reserveg G. A. A. "Double
ARLINE JANE Joius
Bookkeepingg Jr. Red Crossg Student Councilg G.
A. A. "By gum!,'
FORREST KEELEY, JR.
General courseg Geography Clubg "Love Rides the
Rails." "What a guy!,'
General course. "Reserved-but for whom!"
Machine shop. "What more could you want?"
Bookkeepingg G. A. A. "Ever see her super swan
College prep.g French Clubg Dramatic Clubg "Stage
Doorng IVIagi4'ia11g Mllnsouiau. "Our blonde blitz-
French, Secretarial, Social Science, Dramatic Clubs:
Honor Societyg Student Councilg l'What a I.ife!"g
"Once and for Allug "Stage Doorng Magiciang M1111-
solzizm. "Much ado about something!"
ELEANOR LOUISE LOGAN
College prep.g Math, French, Social Science, Physics
Clubsg Honor Societyg Magician. U- but her heart
belongs to just one-dozen!"
BETTY LEE LOGSDON
Shorthand courseg Secretarial Club. "Best bet's Betty!"
Geography, Social Science Clubsg Student Councilg
G. S. C. Representativeg Jr. Councilg Sr. Councilg
"What ri Life-"5 Magicimzg Mzmso11ia1z. "The girl
with the wistful eyes."
LOUVENA ROSE LUCAS
General courseg Geography Clubg Glee Clubg Choir.
"Why Wrigley made a million!"
Electricityg M. Clubg Varsity Footballg Varsity Bas-
ketballg Track. ujakess our high-point man in more
than one way!"
General courseg Glee Club. "You must have been
a beautiful baby!"
General course. "Men -where?,'
College prcp.g French Club. "Central's own Henry
GOURMAND MCADAMS I
Building trades courseg Intramural athletics. "Pardon
me, but may I sleep?"
MILDRED L. MCCONNELL
College prep.g Math, Dramatic Clubsg G. S. C. Rep-
resentativeg Magifiaug Munsoniang Radiog Choirg
Musical Moodsg "Love Rides the Rails." "Mischie-
Commercial courseg Geography Clubg Hi-Y Clubg
Intramural basketball. "Did you say Admiral Mc-
Shorthand courseg Secretarial Clubg Magiviang Mun-
sonian. "Efficiency plusln
College prep.q Student Councilg Senior Councilg Jun-
ior Councilg Intramural basketball. "Full of the old
nick is our Dickf'
General course. "Remember that girl you saw that
didnlt talk much? That wasn't our Flo!"
College prep.g Math, Hi-Y Clubsg Honor Societyg
Magician. "Main leader in Math Club."
Printing courseg Geography Clubg Varsity Footballg
Varsity Wrestlingg Intramural athleticsf "Japs! Be-
ware. Gabby's joined the Navy!"
JEANNE MCPHEDRAN '
College prep.g Dance Bandg Choirg Bearcat Brevities'
Musical Moods. "Jeanne has that certain swing!"
General courseg Girl Reserveg Library pageg Magician.
"Nurse McWhirter - call, please."
General course, Math Club, Hi-Y Club, Student
Council, Honor Societyg Physics Club, Orchestrag
Intramurals. "Nah, dat ainit itll'
WILLIAM M. MILLER
General courseg Hi-Y, Dramatic, Social Science
Clubs, "What a I.ife!'!g "Stage Doorng Choir, Mu-
sical Moods. 'iWaal, Daisy June!"
General course. l'Betty's a good skate!"
Building tradesg Hi-Y Club, "Love Rides the Rails",
Choir. "Muscles Millikanf'
College prep., Bandg Girl Reserveg Glee Clubg G.
S. C. "Quiet-very seldom."
General course. 'll and the world laughs with
FRANCES DEE MOLER
General courseg Secretarial Clubg Band, Orchestrag
Dance Bandg Bearcat Brevitiesg Musical Moods. "She
toots a mean horn."
Electricity courseg Geography Club. "Ask me any-
ALICE VENETTE MONROE
General course. 'lShe's just a wonderful girl!"
KATHRYN ELIZABETH MOORE
Home economicsg Band. "She has aspirations mat-
Printing course, Hi-Y, Band, Munsoniang Musical
Moods. "Keep 'em flying, Mac!"
Electricityg Bandg Musical Moods. "Bob will make
the sparks fly!"
Shorthand course, Secretarial Clubg Girl Reserve. "An
Carpentry course, Geography Club. "To the Manor
Drafting course. "What Bud doesnlt know about
drafting just isn't!"
MARDA HELEN MARTIN
General course, Choir, Glee Club. "A chic little
Shorthand course, Honor Society, Secretarial Clubg
Mzmsonian. "Sparkling eyes."
MARTHA ANN MAY
College courseg G. A. A. "Oh, happy May!"
Commercial, Latin-American Leagueg G. A. A. "If
you don't know her, you should!"
BETTY LEE MERRYWEATHER
Choir. '!Golden hair with voice to match."
DON C. METTLER
College prep.g Math, Physics, Hi-Y Clubsg Honor
Societyg Senior Councilg Varsity football, track, ten-
nisg Intramural sports. "All this and he still finds
time to be Central's blond Romeo."
College prep., Latin-American League, Soc'al Science,
French, Geography, Dramatic Clubs, Student Coun-
cilg MLlgil'idl1j M7l7130l1i!llIf "Love Rides the Railsng
"Stage Door." "That breeze was Jo!"
ABRAHAM NAMIA, JR.
General course. "The Marines have landed -'I
College prep.g Student Council, Hi-Yg Mzuzsoniarzg
Magician, Varsity tennis. l'Alias Esquircf,
Shorthand course, Secretarial Clubg Magiziun. "June
- moon - tunef'
College prep., French, Vergil Clubsg Honor Society,
Student Council, Magician, Mlznxouiarig "What a
Lifelv "Hi, Sugarpussln
PERRY THOMAS ORR
General courseg Math, Hi-Y, Physics Clubs, Honor
BEULAH BELLE OSBORN
General courseg Choir. "Talks little-knows loads.,
Mechanical drafting. "TufTley again!"
General course, Dauber Clubg Choir, Musical Moods.
"Nectar and ambrosiaf'
DONALD E. OWEN
Drafting. "He's drawn to drafting."
General courseg Physics Club, Senior Councilg Magi-
cian. "The majority is always wrong!"
Machine shop. "Power-house Pankeyln
Shorthand courseg Secretarial Club, Bandg Choirg
Musical Moodsg Bearcat Brevities. "Beautiful blonde
BETTY JEAN PATTERSON
General course, G. S. C. Representativeg Glee Club,
Senior Council, Choirg Magician, Musical Moods.
FLORENCE MARGARET PATTON
Shorthand course, Secretarial Club. l'Flo gently,
M. LLOYD PEARSON
Drafting course. "I want to be happy!"
Shorthand courseg Secretarial, Dramatic, Glee Clubs,
Choir, Magician, Mzmsoniang Musical Moods. "Swing
it, sister, swing itV'
Shorthand course. "The Big City attracts her."
College prep.g Choir. "Ain't I the one!"
"NoW! Is it time to play my hemidemisemiquaver?"
MARILYN ANN PFLEEGER
General courseg Geography Club, G. A. A. "What
Shorthandg Secretarial Clubg jr. Council. l'Dot-
Dot-Dot-dash. V for victoryln
General courseg Ceemoh, Glee Clubs. "She loves
General courseg Student Council. "Central,s Casa-
nova-autographed pictures sent on request."
BETTY JEAN RAYBURN
Commercialg Glee Clubg Choir. "Wowl"
College prep.g Math Clubg Student Councilg Honor
Societyg Magician. "Quiet! Genius at work!"
College prep. "A pretty maid from Penn,"
Electrical course. "This program came from N.B.C.
announced by Wayman Reeves."
Commercial course. "Remarkable Marky!"
Shorthandg Mzmsonian. "Pretty quiet, but quite
General course. "K-K-K-Katy, Beautiful Katy."
ALICE MAE RINKER
General courseg Geography, Social Science, Dramatic
Clubsg Student Couneilg Mzmsoniang Magician. "You
stepped out of a dream!"
General courseg Glee Club. l'Boys, line up! Betty
French Clubg Magiciaug Munsonian. "She's a sweet
College prep.g Tennisg Track. "If I do-ed it I get
a whippin'-I do-ed it!"
CLAYTON CARVELLE PORTER
General courseg Geography Clubg Intramural basket-
ball. "Well! Look whois here!,'
General courseg Magjeiaug "What a Life!" "Shake-
speare-thatis my line!"
Electricityg Choirg Musical Moods. "So there, too
BILL PURTLEBAUGH, JR.
General courseg French Clubg Student Council. "He's
rather shy at school, but school's only six hours a
College prep.g Math, French Clubsg Honor Societyg
Jr. Red Crossg MYLIIXOIIIHII. 'lThe woman of the
Shorthandg Secretarial Club. I'She wants to be sec-
retary to a handsome young millionaire."
FRANCES LORENE QUATE
Commercialg Glee Clubg G. A. A. "She,s our filla-
Bookkeeping course. "A darn swell kid!"
Electricity courseg Hi-Y. "Don,t worry about me
--I get around."
General courseg Geography Clubg Student Councilg
Orchestrag Junior Playg Magician. "Literary lightf,
General course. "Would you like a gown designed
by Miss Robling?"
General courseg Bandg Orchestrag Musical Moodsg
Dance Band. "W'e now bring you Johnnie Roeger
and his famous dance bandf,
College prep.g Jr. Red Cross Representativeg Honor
Societyg Dramatic, Vergil Clubsg Magiciung Mun-
xonian. "Fashion-plate a la cartef,
General course. l'Let Clara decorate your home."
Shorthand courseg Secretarial Clubg jr. Red Cross
Councilg G. A. A.g Munxoniuug Musical Moodsg Cee-
moh. "Central's number one girl athlete."
Shorthand courseg Student Councilg Secretarial Club.
"A shorthand whizz!"
ANNA KATHERINE RUDD
Nursing courseg Glee Clubg Dauber Clubg Choir.
"Boys, I think we've got something herel'
MARY ELEANOR RUSH
Shorthand courseg Honor Societyg Secretarial Clubg
Glee Clubg Girls' Service Club Representative.
"Peaches and cream."
College prep.g Vergil Clubg Hi-Yg Tennis. "Bob
should go places with his 'racquet.' "
DORVAN THOMAS RUST
General courseg Math Clubg Honor Society. "If ideas
were dough, he'd be a dough-boy."
Shorthand courseg Honor Societyg Secretarial Clubg
French Club. "I-iidgety-feet."
Vocational carpentryg Mu11xo11ia1z. "Patience, Speed,
it w0n't be long now!"
General courseg French Clubg Murzsozzian. "She
came, we saw, she conquered."
General courseg Geography Clubg Student Councilg
Bandg Hi-Yg Orchestrag Bearcat Brevitiesg Musical
Moods. 'lBeat it out, beat it out, beat it out, Moe!"
Machine shop. 'ijolly jackie?
Jr. Red Cross Representative, Band. "Speak easy,
General course, French, Geography Clubsg Student
Council, Junior, Senior Playsg Magician. "Her eyes
LUCY JANE SIMPSON
Shorthand course, jr. Red Cross Representativeg
Honor Societyg Secretarial Clubg Magician, Mzmxorz-
ian. "Lettuce alone, please."
Shorthand course, Girl Reserve, Musical Moods.
"Shorthand and men, mm! !',
General eourseg Magician. "Petite and charming
Generalg Girl Reserve, Honor Society. "There are
Smiths who make us happy!"
MARY ELLEN SMITH
General courseg Glee Clubg Girl Reserveg Geography
Clubg Musical Moods, Choir. "Chee-chee is well
supplied with talent."
"The little man who wasn't there!"
General courseg Jr. Red Cross Representative. "Be-
ware! That grin's contagious."
General course. "Our dancing ladyf'
General courseg Dauber Club. "Calm and quiet,
Vocational carpentry, Football, Track. "From now
on there,ll be a Change in me!"
General course. l'Cheery Cherrief,
College prep.g Honor Society, Vergil Club. "The
CHARLES A. SHARP
College prep., Math Club, Honor Society. "After in
Student Council, Bearcat Brevitiesg Magician. "Mod-
crn design makes the big difference!"
IDA FRANCES SHAW
Commercfal course, Girl Reserve, Dauber Club. "An-
other of our nurses-to-be."
HARRY LEE SHELBY
Electrical course, Band. "Get hep on that sax!"
General course, G.A.A.g Honor Society. "See you
MARY ELLEN SHOCKLEY
College prep., French, Geography, Social Science,
Dramatic Clubs, Latin-American League, 'iWhat a
Life!"g "Love Rides the Railsvg "Stage Doorf,
l'Broadway, here she comes!"
General. 'Tll be Waiting at the k-li-lt-kitchen door."
College prep., Math Club, Band, Social Science,
Dramatic Clubs, Senior Play, Magician. "Sterrett,
D. D., painless tooth-puller."
General course. "Happy-go-lucky Dave."
Printing, Band, Hi-Y. "Studious and quiet, but not
BETTY JUNE TAYLOR
General course, Student Council, Sophomore Council.
"You're as pretty as a picturef'
EDMUND TAYLOR, III
Electrical course, Glee Club, Choir. "Did you say
Home economics course, Geography Club, Girl Re-
serve, Dauber Club. "Talking is her chief pleasuref'
GEORGE A. TAYLOR
College prep., French, Math, Social Science and Hi-Y
Clubs, Honor Society, Tennis, Intramural sports,
"What a Life!" "Tall, blond, terrificln
General course, Student Council, Band, Orchestra,
Magician, Mziusonian, Musical Moods. 'fOur boogie
woog'e bugler boy
College prep., Math, Dramatic, Social Science, and
Hi-Y Clubs, Latin-American League, Student Coun-
cil, Honor Society, Magician, Bearcat Brevities, Ra-
dio: War Activities Council, junior Council, "What
a Life!", "Stage Door", Intramural sports. "Women?
Iim allergic to 'emi fOh, yeah?j"
General course, Math, Dramatic Clubs, Honor So-
ciety, Sr. Council, "Love Rides the Rails", Magician,
Intramural basketball. "Cartoonist colossal."
MARGARET DEMETRA THEODORAS
Shorthand course, Secretarial Club. "I donyt want
to walk without youf'
Shorthand course, Secretarial Club, Magician. "She's
here, there, and everywhereln
Pagi' Thirty-I wo
College prep., Student Council, Physics, Social Sci-
cnce, Dramatic Clubs, Sophomore Council, Yell
Leader, Intramural basketball, Magician, Munsonian,
"What a Life!", "Love Rides the Rails", "Stage
Doorf' "He leaves us speechless?
Auto mechanics, Geography Club. "He may be
harmless, but he makes up for it!"
VIRGINIA LEE TURNER
General course. "Shc's ginger-vating!"
RICHARD FREDERICK VALANDINGHAM
College prep., Geography, Hi-Y Clubs, Football,
RAY VAN HOOK
Drafting course. "Blue prints are his long suit."
BOB VAN HORN
College prep., Magician. 'QAnswer to a maiden's
GENE VAN MATRE
General course, French, Geography Clubs. "He has
a way of his ownf'
BETTY ,IEANNE VAN NATTER
Commercial course, Choir, Musical Moods. "Betty
MARY ELLEN VERGIN
General course, G. S. C. Representative, Magician,
Miuisonian. "We're picking Mary Ellen's golden
REFA JUNE WHITE
General Course. Magician. "One of Central's
General Course. "I like workg it fascinates me-
I can sit and watch it for hours."
ELNORA MAE WILKINS
Bookkeeping Course. Magician. "She doesn't need
Ipana for her smile of beauty."
FRANCES JEANNE WILLIAMS
College Prep. French, Social Science, Ceemoh, Ver-
gil Clubsg Honor Societyg Bandg Orchestrag G.
A. A.g Jr. Coundlg Magiciang Musical Moods.
"Skeeter packs a lot of punchlv
Commercial Course. Geography, Dauber Clubsg
G. A. A. "Small-town girl makes good!"
Carpentry Course. "Oh, Tyrone Power givcs me
just a little competition."
LILA LEE WILSON
College Prep. Course. Geography Clubg Girl Re-
serveg Glee Clubg G. S. C. representativeg Jr. Red
Cross. "She should have known Magellan."
Bookkeeping Course. Washington Clubg Magician.
l'The night is young and you're so beautiful."
General Course. "Second Fred Astairef!
General Course. Jr. Red Crossg Geography Clubg
Magician. "Now youire cooking with gas!"
Jr. Red Crossg Girl Rescrveg Magician. "The
General Course. G. S. C. representativeg Glee Cluhg
Bandg Choirg Musical Moods. "A future Powers
LLOYD SHERIDAN WALKER
College Prep. Course. Bearcat Brevitiesg Musical
Moodsg Radiog Glee Clubg Choir. UVocalistic vo-
General Course. Bandg Orchestrag Musical Moods.
"She shall have music wherever she goes."
CORINNE MAE WALLACE
Shorthand Course. Secretarial Clubg G. A. A.g
G. S. C. representative. "Why Don't We Do This
General Course. Dramatic Cluhg Geography Clubg
"Love Rides the Railsg' Magician, Mumoniang
Choirg Musical Moods. "May I have this danCe?,'
SYDNIE LALINE WEAVER
Shorthand Course. Secretarial Clubg Magician.
"Here's a girl with a gift for poetry!"
CHESTER A. WEIR
Bookkeeping Course. Intramural athletics. "Like
rouge and lipstick, he's for the women."
Shorthand Course. Jr. Red Crossg Student Councilg
Secretarial Clubg Senior Couneilg Magician. "Lovely
to look at."
College Prep Course. Geography Clubg Varsity
Baseball. "Our ideal sportsmanf'
General Course. Ceemoh, Social Science, Physics
Clubg Student Councilg G. A. A.g Radio. l'Blonde
General Course. Physics Clubg "Love Rides the
Rails"g Magician. "Admiral Wolfe-on deck!"
General Course. Geography Clubg Magician. "A
modern Florence Nightingale."
Electricity. Physics Clubg MlliI50!!idl1j Footballg
Intramural basketball. "All great men are dead,
and I don't feel well."
ROBERT C. WRIGHT
General Course. Geography Clubg Glee Clubg
Choirg Musical Moods. "A girl's dream dance
General Course. Glee Clubg Munsoniang Mugiciung
Musical Moods. "Swing those blues!"
BETTE LOU YOUNCE
College Prep. Course. French Clubg "Love Rides the
Railsvg Muizsoniang Dramatic Club. "Glamour
Shorthand Course. Student Councilg Secretarial Clubg
Girl's Service Club representativeg Senior Treasurerg
Glee Club. "It's leadership that counts."
MARY JANE ZOOK
General Course. Geography Club, Red Cross Coun-
cil. "Zookie loves horses and people."
Mechanical Drafting. Hi-Y. "In my merry Olds-
Front row: Letha Gray, Opal Mae Findley, Rosemary Love, Lavon Young, Bob Chal-
fant, Joann Froyd, George Taylor, Ruth Byrd, Betty Patterson.
Second row: Mrs. Gladys Townsend, counselor, Mary Ellen Vergin, Grace Whitaker,
Barbara Simes, Joan Connolly, Barbara Gufligan, Ruth Chin, Frances Jeanne
Williams, Miss Ella Hollenback, social sponsor.
Third row: Dick McGuire, Tom Orr, Murray Painter, Charles Comer, Howard
Shular, Darrell Alexander, Don Mettler, Bill Tharp, John Alles.
SENIOR PLAY CAST
First row: Mildred McConnell, Judith Belcher, Ralph Horner, Mary Ellen Shoclsley,
and Jo Munson. Second row: Ronald Dawson, Bill Tharp, Alan Hodge, Suzanne
Shular, Darrell Alexander, Don Mettler, Bill Tharp, John Alles.
HE SENIOR COUNCIL is an organization for the purpose of helping to settle
problems of the senior class. The council meets on call of the president, Bob Chal-
fant. Some of the main activities in which it has participated are: the planning of
the senior group guidance program, the assessing of class dues, and the arranging of
class social activities.
The council members were elected from senior social science classes. There were
twenty regular members elected, and at present there are fifteen alternates. The alter-
nates attend if their regulars are absent when a meeting is called.
The senior ofhcers are: Bob Chalfant, presidentg Harold Ball, vice-president, Joann
Froyd, secretary, Lavon Young, treasurerg George Taylor, social- chairman.
Miss Ella Hollenback and Mrs. Gladys Townsend have proved more than capable as
the social sponsor and senior adviser.
This year the senior class presented an old-fashioned melodrama, 'QLove Rides the
Rails" or "Will the Mail Train Run Tonightn as the class play. Under the direction
of Miss Eleanor Jean Bly, the play became one of the most hilarious and exciting events
of the year.
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Standing: Jack Stiifler, John Fitch, Mary Jane Palmer, Jim
Covalt, Miriam Halbert, Jack Martin, Fred Perkins.
Sitting: Phyllis Peckinpaugh, Susan Null, Michael Murray,
Miss Michael, sponsor, Barbara Ice, Revenna Bird, David
Hartley, Doris Condon, Marjorie Patterson, Charles Be-
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
Clockwise QStart left of centerj: Bob Mathys, Maxine
Brown, David Sursa, Martha Sowar, Jim Covalt, Nathan
Cooley, Burdetta Clemens, Barbara Crum, Mary Jane Pal
mer, Buren Davis, Clara Birt, Bill Werner, Barbara Hick-
ey, June Shreve, Harold Helms, Laudelle Edwards, Jack
HE JUNIOR COUNCIL, executive and legislative body for the junior class, is
comprised of the class officers and a representative for each twenty-five juniors.
This group, representing all, juniors, conducted all the business, appointed committees,
approved the selection of the class jewelry, planned group guidance programs, and aided
in the planning of such activities as the Masquerade Ball, Krosstown Kapers, and the
Miss Maude Michael is sponsor of the junior class and is assisted by Miss Esther Bart-
let as social sponsor and Mr. Daily as financial sponsor.
The officers of the junior class are: president, Jim Covaltg vice-president, Charles
Beboutg secretary, Marjorie Patterson, treasurer, Doris Condon.
The junior class, with its ever-present originality, gave two performances of its play,
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Row I Row 2
Hubert Abrell Jack Atkinson
Mary jane Adams Edward Aul
'Kenneth Addington Jean Ayers
Marjorie Anderson Don Baker
Erma Jean Cook
Ruth Ellen Devoe
Mary Helen Harding
Betty Sue Bennett
Myrna Jean Cannaday
Mary Ann Culhan
Clara Hoyt A
Rose janet Huber
Laura Ann Jones
Mary Eleanor Kirkpatrick
Mary Ellen Littler
Sarah Belle Meek
Mary Lou Merz
Mary Ann Meyer
Norma Jean Miller
Anna Sue Reed
Mary Ellen Oxley
Mary Jane Palmer
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Mary Ellen Ruble
Jayne Ann Wilson
Marta Ruth Shultz
Anna Jean Tyler
Dorothy Ann Williams
Mary Hannah Ware
David Marsh, treasurer, jack Bibler, vice
president, Darrell Hines, president, Jane
First Row: Xvdlldil Dunkle, Mary J. Beck, Martha Helm, Barbara Wright,
Janice Martin, Martha Jane Alvey, jane Bird.
Second Row: Paul Hartley Qsponsorj, Garland Haskett, Elaine Italiano, Mar-
tha Miller, Beverly Sue Ressler, Phyllis Roy, Bob Purtlebaugh, Miss Dor-
othy Krieger Qsponsorj.
Third Row: Dave Miller, Dave Marsh, Darrell Hines, Kenneth Kimberlin,
Joe Tyrell, joe Maxwell, Jack Bibler, Miss Kathleen Meehan Qsponsorj.
HE Sophomore Council and its sponsors, Miss Dorothy Kreiger and
Miss Kathleen Meehan, have not only carried on the business of the
sophomore class, but have also provided for many fine assembly pro-
grams. Mario Peroni with his seeing dog, and the Reverend O. A.
Brown, from China, were two of their outstanding speakers. The soph-
omores were also entertained at a talent show where members of their
own class exhibited their various accomplishments, and defense stamps
were given as prizes for the best talent displayed.
The Sophomore Council sponsored the sale of purple and white pencils
earlier in the school year under the direction of Mr. Hartley.
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Martha Jane Alvey
Mary Jean Beck
Mary Lou Carnes
Carol Jean Collins
Mary Elizabeth Cook
Mary Jayne Crump
Mary Alice Ebrite
Mary Alice Brown
Betty Ellen Clark
Emma Jane Erexson
Mary Catherine Dolan
Richard C. Johnson
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R055 Jones Marabelle Keppler
Mary Catherine Kaiser
Mary Jane Lee
Mary Elizabeth Leeka
Betty Lou Miller
Dorothy Ann Littler
Mary Evelyn McGill
Betty Jane May
Opal Helen Miller
Lois Ann Piepho
Bonnie Ann Sasser
Mary Lou Seal
Jo Jean Smith
Keith Parkison V
Mary Jane Pittenger
Norma Janet Reavis
Mary Jane Shoemaker
Mary Lou Starr
Mary Helen Templin
Mary Joyce Thresher
Violet Jean Wages
Mary Edna Ward
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MAGICIAN ART AND EDITORIAL STAFF
Row one: Leasle Watson, Elaine Schwartz, Miriam Halbert, Wilma Vlaskamp, Martha Sowar, Virginia
Rybolt, junior assistants.
Row two: Bob Terhune, Judy Belcher, Jane Bales, Jo Munson, Mary Pickcll, Marilou Conner, Eleanor
Logan, Ruth Chin, Barbara Simes, Mildred McConnell, Bud Trauring.
three: Walter Harker, Sydnie Weaver, Winifred Waggoner, Rosemary Love, Ethcl Anne Christman,
Grace Whitaker, Roseva Lang, Doris Day, Ethel Gragg, Ronald Dawson.
four: Stew Neff, Ed Ward, Osborne Bilby, Richard Rea, Bill Tharp.
to right: Frances Jeanne Williams, Ruth Ching Marilou Conner, editor-in-chief, Eleanor Logan:
MAGICIAN PHOTOGRAPH AND BUSINESS STAFFS
one: Herb Jester, Bob Van Horn, Bill Sterrett, Ernest Cox, Harold Taylor, Ernest McLain.
two: Mary Holdcraft, Margaret Feeney, Ruby Livieratos, Barbara Null, Marjorie Lindstrom, Ann
Slack, Ruth Robinson, Erma Blizzard, Eileen McGraw, Lucy Jane Simpson, Mary Louise Harrold.
three: Derith Chesser, Joann Froyd, Catherine Janney, Lorena Shinn, Suzy Rogers, Lavon Young,
Winifred Benbow, Frances Jeanne Williams, Frieda Taylor, Jane Fletcher, Faye Woodlee, Mary Graves.
Row four: Alice Mae Rinker, Ann Traub, Elnora Wilkins, Betty Hammer, Dorothy McWhirter, Rosemary
The backers of our circus, the Mrigirian staff, have co-operated in their respective departments in order
to make this Magician a true reflection of Central life as it was in 1941-'42. The assistance of Leonard
A. Paris, faculty sponsor, was invaluable to the Magician editors. Mrs. Bull was our eHicient business
sponsor, and Miss Ella Hollenback helped the picture editor with the senior pictures. Roger S. Lingeman
was our able staff photographer.
Front row: Dorothy Thompson, Violerta Engelbrecht, Mary Alice Brown, June Johnson, Joanna Love,
Nancy Merz, Barbara Wright, Mary Lou Merz, Jean Hitz, Mildred Woodlee, Kathleen Rider.
Back row: Jimmy Fricker, Bob Bass, Dick Breese, Janet Peckinpaugh, Dana Kennedy, Bob Ratcliff, Miss
Meehan, instructor, Charles Kaeser.
Left to right: Malcolm Morrett, senior printing pupil. Wesley C. Pierce, printing instructor. Jim Jetmore,
Mr. Pierce's "right-hand man,"
First row: Mary Hannah Ware, Doris Day, Roseva Lang, Jean Hitz, Patricia Warfel, Mildred McConnell,
Mary Pickell, Ruth Robinson, Aline Joris, Mildred Jones, Marjorie Lindstrom, Dorothy Williams,
Iris Crouse, Judy Belcher.
Second row: Miss Meehan, sponsor, Miriam Halbert, Barbara Null, Marjorie Kelsey, Ruby Livieratos,
Rosemary Love, Eileen McGraw, Mary Jane DeLong, Bernadine Chalfant, Mary Ellen Littler, Ruth
Schroedel, Mary Jane Palmer, Joann Froyd, Jo Munson, Anna Sue Reed.
Third row: Jayne Hazelton, Barbara Brickley, Elaine Schwartz.
Fourth rowl: Howard Miller, Evelyn Lehman, Mary Ellen Vergin, Margaret Feeney, Bebe Ross, Walt
Harker, Mike Murray, Suzy Rogers, Marilou Conner, Julia Pyle, Rosalcne Mills.
Fifth row: Virginia Rybolt, Beverly Robinson, Hobart Wooten, Charles Werts, Bud Trauring, and
To present a full picture of life at Central is the aim of the Mfnzsonian, Central's weekly newspaper.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Kathleen Meehan, this paper is edited by students who have one yearis
newswriting experience behind them, and is distributed to pupils each Friday morning. Each year the
Mzmronirm is represented at the Indiana High School Press Association and Journalism Field Day by
several of its talented workers. Central is proud of the work the Munsoniun staff is doing in presenting
this Hne paper.
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First row: Revenna Bird, Barbara Null, Mary Jane Palmer, Barbara Ice, Betty Puterbaugh, Blanche
Davis, Barbara Brickley, Nancy Merz, Marjorie Patterson, Mattiebell Cox, Joe Rogers, Phil Puterbaugh.
Second row: Joan Connolly, Alice Rinker, Grace Whitaker, Alice Green, Doris Condon, Jo Munson,
Joann Froyd, Mary Louise Harrold, Joanna Douglas, Rose Orr, Janice Willian1s.
Third row: Miss Ruth Anne Weser, sponsor, Tom McDonald, Bill Bales, Jack Bibler, Charles Norris, Ben
Janney, Stewart Neff, Darrell Alexander, Bob Russell, Bob Chalfant, Carol Collins.
Fourth row: David Sursa, Charles Hampton, Ralph Tuttle, Bud Trauring, Richard Rea, Bob Bartholomew,
Jack Stiffler, Charles Bebout.
'Q N ORDER to provide for the students a voice in the school activities,
to bring about a better understanding between the students and
faculty, and to develop a spirit of co-operation and friendly relationship
among students, this Student Council has been formed." This is the
purpose of Central's Student Council.
The officers for the first semester were: president, Howard Shularg
vice-president, Stew Neff, secretary-treasurer, Joann Froyd.
The oihcers for the second semester were: president, Stewart Neff,
vice-president, Bob Chalfantg secretary-treasurer, Betty Puterbaugh. The
sponsors are: Miss Ruth Anne Weser, Russell T. McNutt, and Edward
,Q Attending the state convention at Anderson this year, the members
22- " got an insight into what other councils over the state are doing.
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1: Ernest McLain, Bill Tharp, Darrell Alexander, Don Mettler, Herbert Jester, Jual Evans, Ralph
Horner, Charles Evans, Richard Rea, Tom Orr.
2: Doris Day, Jeroma Mascari, Dorothy Collinsworth, Eleanor Logan, Joann Froyd, Derith Chesser
Barbara Sanders, Jayne Hazelton, Jane Bales, Ruth Hobbs.
3: Lorena Shinn, Winifred Benbow, Joan Connolly, Lucy Simpson, Judith Belcher, Odessa Hahn,
Barbara Null, Dorothy W'illiams, Barbara Brickley, Wilma Vlaskamp, Ruby Livieratos, Mary Hannah
4: Harold Ball, Bob Terhune, Charles Sharp, Dorvan Rust, Virginia Rybolt, Mary Louise Ehrlich,
Ted Doty, George Taylor, Darrell Mier.
5: Marilou Conner, Julia Pyle, Suzanne Rogers, Ruth Chin, Mary Eleanor Rush, Gloria Smith,
Frances Jeanne Willianas, Mary Ellen Littler, Phyllis Peckinpaugh, Ted Shane, Miriam Halbert.
NE of the most cherished goals of Central pupils is membership in
the local chapter of the National Honor Society.
Since the membership is limited, those who expect to be eligible for
membership must be outstanding in leadership, scholarship, character,
service and loyalty.
This year's activities have included a party for honor sophomores,
initiations, honor Chapels, and the annual spring banquet. Appropriate
to the present situation, the Society's project has recently been the col-
lecting and saving of tin foil. The group also gave to the Muncie Red
The sponsors are Miss Elizabeth Hutzel and Mrs. Erma B. Christy.
This year's oflicers are: president, Darrell Alexander, vice-president,
George Taylor, secretary, Jane Balesg treasurer, Frances Jeanne Williams.
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GIRL RESERVE CLUB
Standing: Audrey Miley, Mary Alice Brown, Mary Hold-
craft, Betty Weber, Phyllis Roy, Maxine Covington,
Elizabeth Graves, Pauline Langley.
Seated: Violetta Engelbrecht, Gloria Glasson, treasurer,
Mary Lecka, vice-president, Revenna Bird, president,
Jo Clyde Sturm, Girl Reserve Secretary at Y. W.
C. A., Louise Miller, Girl Reserve Club Adviser'
Wanda Watson, secretary.
First row: Patty Leyendecker, Ruth Chin, Norma Jean
Miller, Alice Spiker, Rosemary Warell, Dorothy Ped-
low, Lorenc Quate, Evelyn Arnold, Edwina Bath,
Back row: Claude Carter, John Wilson, William Curl,
Robert White, Charles Rotroff, Alice Mann.
First row: John Wright, Charles Hampton.
Second row: Frances Jeanne Williams, Odessa Hahn,
Jane Bales, Barbara Null, Mrs. Ester K. Brown, Mary
jackson, Mary Holdcraft, Suzanne Rogers.
Third row: Elaine Schwartz, Jack Bama, Marilou Con-
ner, Lois Ann Piepho, Mary Jane Palmer, Bob Mathys,
Madelyn Keasbey, Ted Shane, Bob Russell.
HE CENTRAL GIRL RESERVES meet every Wednesday at the
Y. W. C. A. They have presented skits and plays for Y. W. C. A.
members and have given a play at Cowan. They plan to send a member
to camp for one week this summer. Officers elected for the year were:
president, Betty Weber, vice-president, Pauline Langley, secretary, Re-
venna Bird, treasurer, Phyllis Roy.
THE DAUBER CLUB
HE DAUBER CLUB, sponsored by Miss Flora Bilby, was founded
in 1923 and is the oldest organization of its kind in the state The
club's oilicers are: president, John Wilson, vice-president, Ted Brehm,
secretary, Phyllis Mills, and treasurer, Mary Charlton
The purpose of the club is to benefit members who are students of
Central, and to spread the beauty of art.
O PROMOTE the permanency of Latin in an ever-changing world
is one of the aims of the Vergil Club, the oldest organization at
Central. Started in 1916 by Miss Emma Cammack, the club is now
sponsored by Mrs. Esther K. Brown. The Roman Wedding was given
at the annual formal banquet held in May. Officers are Barbara Null
and Frances Jeanne Williams, consuls, and Odessa Hahn, praetor-quaestor,
Front row, left to right: Judith Belcher, Corinne Wallace, Dorothy Quirk, Violet Kelbel, Dorothy Lee,
Virginia Perkins, Ruby Livieratos, Florence Patton, Margaret Theodoras, Lucy jane Simpson, Jeroma
Second row, left to right: Eileen McGraw, Jackie Sharpe, Bebe Ross, Derith Chesser, Ethel Anne Christ-
man, Joan Connolly, Grace Whitaker, june Newton, Ruth Hobbs, jane Fletcher, Miss Lorene Turner.
Third row, left to right: Barbara Sanders, June Park, Doris Perdiue, Lavon Young, Mary Eleanor Rush,
Constance Rotroff, Nina jean Copeland, Ann Traub, Margaret Feeney, Lois Mace, Letha Gray, Marian
THE SECRETARIAL CLUB
O PROMOTE business eihciency and tol develop a spirit of friendly
co-operation, the Secretarial Club was founded in -1938. Any' student
who is enrolled in an advanced shorthand class is privileged to- become a
Among its activities the club makes a study of health, personal ap-
pearance, and business ethics. Alumnae members who are now employed
in business offices and speakers from local business houses present interest-
ing and informative talks to the members of the club. Several field trips
are taken during the year by the members of the club to various local
offices for observation and study. The training and Valuable information
that the members receive from this study will help to promote self-
improvement as well as proper procedure in a business oH'ice.
The officers of the clubi for 1942 are: Margaret Theodoras, president,
Lucy Jane Simpson, vice-presidentg Ruby Livieratos, secretary, Violet
Kelbel, treasurer, and Miss Lorene Turner, faculty sponsor.
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Alexander, Ruth Hobbs, Don Mettler, Carol Collins, George Taylor, Alan Hodge, Barbara Crum, Dar-
rell Mier, Stewart Hughes, Harold Gunckel, Tom Orr, Mary Jane Palmer, Eleanor Logan, Christine
Moodey, Dorothy Littler, Nancy Merz, Bob Clark, Jearl Driscoll, Richard Rea, Julia Pyle, Bob Ter-
hune, June Shreve, Bill Sterrett, Esther McLain, Bill Tharp, Mildred McConnell, Bob Russey, Jane
Bales, H. E. Fenimore, sponsor.
ERVICE in time of need, interest in subjects related to mathematics,
and opportunities for the meeting of congenial people are the main
objectives of Central's very active Mathematics Club. During the past
year, under the capable leadership of H. E. Fenimore, the sponsor, and
the club president, Ernest McLain, numerous activities were successfully
completed. Outstanding among these were the publication of a program
book, the highly informative talks given by club members, a radio broad-
cast, and aid in defense activities.
Other officers of the organization Were: vice-president, Dave Sursag
secretary, Catherine Janneyg and treasurer, Jane Bales.
june Shreve, Ernest McLain, Bill Sacksteder, Dave Sursa, Martha Sowar, Ralph Horner, Bud Trauring,
Fred Perkins, Phyllis Peckinpaugh, Osborne Bilby, Elaine Schwartz, Mary Hannah Ware, Eleanor
Logan, Walt Harker, Tom Orr, Jearl Driscoll, Walter Poti.
HE national situation at the present time has made the need for
scientific thinking and training even more evident than before.
Through its timely organization, the Physics Club hopes to contribute
much to the future welfare of our community as well as that of our
nation. Its general purpose-that of promoting interest in scientific
topics-is accomplished both by group discussion and experiments and
through individual research.
Talks and demonstrations which were given by members composed
the programs of the regular meetings this year. Mr. Lingeman also
presented a number of interesting and varied demonstrations.
For the Hrst year, the officers of the organization were: Bud Trauring,
president, Darrell Mier, vice-presidentg and Phyllis Peckinpaugh, secre-
tary-treasurer. Mr. Lingeman, head of the physics department, sponsors
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First row: Genevieve West, Phyllis Painter, Adaline Baker,
Helen Dillie, Doris Wilson, Inez Douglass.
Second row: Gloria Glasson, Janet Huber, Alice Shaner,
Martha Ann May, Miss Katherine King, sponsor, Bebe
Ross, Helen Thomas, Elizabeth Graves, Virginia Ross.
Third row: Bettie Jayne May, Kathleen Parcher, Violetta
Englebrecht, Norma Wirth, Betty LaMotte, Wanda
Crutcher, Mary Alice Brown, Frances Artrip,.Myrna
Fourth row: Mary Thrasher, June Adkins, Margie Ann
Jackson, Patty House, June Stokes, Marjorie Patterson,
Barbara Timmons, Esther McLain, Lorena Shinn, Donna
G. A. A.
Seated: J0an Connolly, Grace Whitaker, Jane Fletcher,
Margaret Feeney, Bebe Ross, Revenna Bird, Mary Hold-
craft, Letha Gray, Jane Bird, Alice Spiker, Delores Bauer,
Julia Pyle, Miss Margaret Ryan, sponsor.
Standing: Ted Brehm, John Wilson, Elaine Schwartz, David
Marsh, Jeroma Mascari, Jack Banta, Ruth Chin, John
Spangler, Charles Bebout, and Don Garrard.
PON acquiring ten points in gym work, a girl is eligible for member
ship in the Girls' Athletic Association, which was organized in 1927.
Girls who have earned 200 or more points in either volley ball, basket-
ball, baseball, tumbling and stunts, swimming, table tennis, hiking, skat-
ing, or volley ring tennis are awarded "M's" at the end of the year. This
year's officers were: Bebe Ross, president, Betty LaMotte, vice-presidentg
Alice Shancr, secretary-treasurer.
JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL
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N'DER. the auspices of the Junior Red Cross Council, founded this
year in Central High School, boys have packed surgical dressings
and girls have carried on clerical work at the Red Cross Center.
During the year over. one hundred garments have been knit and two
Red Cross drives were conducted. 575.00 was given to the Red Cross
War Relief Fund and 3340.00 to the National Children's Fund.
The oihcers of the council include Julia Pyle, chairman, Joan Connolly,
secretary-treasurer, and Miss Ryan, faculty sponsor.
EXECUTIVE BOARD OF
GIRLS' SERVICE CLUB
GIRLS' SERVICE CLUB
Front row: Ruth Chin, Wilnia Story, Betty Weber, Suzanne Habein,
Mary Holdcraft, Suzanne Habein, Mrs. Nay, and Phyllis ROY'
Mary Louise Harrold, Rosalcne Mills, Letha
Gray, Mary Ellen Littler.
Second row: June johnson, Martha Traub, Mary Ellen Vergin, Rosa-
lene Mills, Lois Ann Picpho, Mary Lou Merz, Carolyn Cramer,
Revenna Bird, and Norma Adams.
Third row: Mary Holdcraft, Mary Ellen Littler, Erma jean Cook,
Dorothy Ann Littler, Letha L. Gray, Virginia Collins, Betty Davis,
Myrna Jean Cannady, Agnes Gray, and Mrs. Susan B. Nay, sponsor.
Fourth row: Maxine Brown, Roseva. Lang, Ruth Hobbs, Phyllis Dil-
dine, Phyllis Curry, Mary Louise Harrold, Betty Dotson, Rosemary
Love, and Jane Ann Wilson.
GIRLS' SERVICE CLUB
HE GIRLS' SERVICE CLUB was founded to unify girl's activities,
to increase their sense of responsibility, to make and keep social
standards, to develop a sense of friendship, to promote the welfare and
to care for the interest of all girls, and to develop individual capacities
of Central High School girls.
The temporary sponsor, Mrs. Susan B. Nay, has as her executive body
the following: president, Letha Gray, vice-president, Suzanne Habeing
secretary, Mary Holdcraft, treasurer, Mary Ellen Littlerg social chairman, K L 12
Mary Louise Harrold, assistant social chairman, Rosalene Mills. 01N
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The board of representatives is composed of girls elected in activity J ax '
rooms. These representatives carry back to their respective rooms the y
business and conduct the club projects in the same manner.
Front row: Lila Lee Wilson, Roseva Cashdollar, Inez Douglass, Joellen Bradburn, Betty Clark, Doris Goad,
Vera Baldwin, Dorothy Boggs, Nora Brock, Olive Clark, Barbara Guffigan, Mary Louise Harrold, and
Mary Ellen Shockley.
Second row: Betty Long, Marjorie Day, Arletha johnson, Rosemary Love, Martha Ann Harris, Mary Ellen
Vergin, Fannie Dunavent, Mary Jane Zook, June Grow, Marilyn Pfleeger, Doris Wilson, Nadine
Eagan, Markine Abshire, and Letha L. Gray.
Third row: Kenneth Dunn, Dick Valandingham, Jim Ffckert, Russell Scudder, Bill McDonald, Kenneth
Quire, Art Jackson, Bob Pingry, john Miller, R. Lloyd Cooley, sponsor, Keith Adams, and John
Fourth row: Clarence Tanner, Forrest Keeley, Bill Derringer, Bob Allen, Ward Goodrich, Bob Lutz,
Ananias Mason, Bob Curl, Albert Leffler, Bob Hiestand, Virgil Campbell, Floyd Pettiford, and
Fifth row: Omer Denney, Ralph Fannin, Ed Ward, Bethel Moore, Folger Brown, Paul True, Joseph
Tyrrell, Kenneth Booth, and Hal Manor.
THE GEOGRAPHY CLUB
HE GEOGRAPHY CLUB of Central High, which is sponsored by
R. Lloyd Cooley, has a membership for the year 1941-42 of over
The officers are: president, John Donson, secretary-treasurer, Olive
Clark. Its meetings are held monthly at the discretion of the club
The club is very active in Central, sponsoring geographical pictures
and speakers and other things of interest to the geography-minded student.
Each spring the club has a picnic at Memorial Park or at Pendleton.
Also, it takes trips to Spring Mill Park and to the Bedford limestone
quarry. The purpose of the club is to promote friendship and interest
SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB
First row: Darrell Alexander, Bud Trauring, Jo Munson, Ruth Chin, Jayne Hazelton, Ruby Livieratos,
Eleanor Logan, Ralph Horner, James Clawson, Phyllis Curry, Joann Froyd, Bill Miller, Catherine
anney, Maxine Wliitaker, Frances Jeanne Williaiiis.
Second row: Susan Null, Mary Jane Palmer, Miriam Halbert, Frank Wallace, Mary Hannah Ware, Beverly
Lawrence, Doris Goad, Dorothy Ann W'illiams, Wilina Vlaskamp, Mary Ellen Littler, Maxine Brown,
Dorothy Eikenberry, Ted Brehm, jack Banta.
Third row: Russell T. McNutt, sponsor, Bob Terhune, Barbara Crum, David Hartley, Virginia Jones,
Bill Osborn, Walter Harker, Virginia Rybolt, Marta Ruth Shultz, George Taylor.
SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB
VER SINCE its founding in 1935, the Social Science Club has offered
opportunity for the enlightenment and voicing of opinions on state,
national, and international problems. A program of speakers and informal
discussions of world affairs, substantiated by two short talks on different
phases of Indiana at each meeting, was conducted through the year. This
was rounded out with initiations, a potluck, and a spring banquet.
The president of the club was Bob Terhuneg Ruth Chin, vice-president,
Mary Ellen Shockley, secretary, and Phyllis Curry, treasurer. Bill Sterrett,
a member of the club, is vice-president of the Indiana Student Forum, a
state organization of social studies groups of which Central is a member.
Several members of the club attended the State- Student Forum Conven-
tion at South Bend. The club is under the able sponsorship of Russell
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First row: Bill Miller, Ruby Livicratos, Doris Goad, Molly Belcher, Odessa Hahn, Suzanne Rogers Mary
Ellen Shockley, Joann Froyd, Judith Belcher, Mary Ann Wescott, Ruth Hobbs.
Second row: Alice Rinker, Mildred McConnell, Howard Miller, Phyllis Peckinpaugh, Clara Birt Walt
Harker, Virginia Rybolt, Bob Terhune, Suzanne Habein, Bob Chalfant, Bill Tharp.
Third row: Beverly Robinson, Janice Martin, Jual Evans, Marjorie Lindstrom, Mildred Adams ayne
Hazelton, Jo Munson, Wanda Newman, Ralph Dennis, Jewel Rogers.
Fourth row: Bud Trauring, Bill Sterrett, Frank Italiano, Ed Ward, Miss Eleanor Bly, sponsor, Bill Winder
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O CELEBRATE its 25th Anniversary, the Dramatic Club presented
as its annual production the successful professional stage play, "Stage
Door." Ever since 1915 this organization has promoted interest in
professional and amateur acting, and has also provided opportunities for
The members of the Dramatic Club, with Mary Ellen Shockley as
president, are shown above. The other picture is a scene from their
successful production of "Stage Doorf, The unusually attractive stage
set was designed and built by Grifhn Stephenson's commercial design
Among the main events of the year have been the two interesting and
amusing tryouts, initiations, fall and Christmas parties, and a variety of
interesting programs throughout the year.
Front row, standing: Bob Terhune, Carroll Douglas.
First row, seated: Ralph Dennis, Richard Babcock, Mary Catherine Ka'ser, Bob McCurdy, Amelia Peter-
sen, Mary Jean Beck, Lois Shinn.
Second row, seated: Wanda Newman, Mary Elizabeth Leeka, Harriett Edwards, Jo Jean Smith.
Back row: Dexter McClung, Joanna Love, Janet Peckinpaugh, Kathleen Parcher, Mary Louise Ehrlich,
Russell Apple, of WLBC, Adelia Gibbs.
Front row: Walt Harker, Suzanne Rogers, Howard Miller, Laudell Edwards, Nathan Cooley, Mary Ellen
Back row: Mary Louise Ehrlich, Mildred McConnell, Bill Miller, Russell Apple, Robert Polhamus.
For the third consecutive year, "The Central Wayl' has been on the air
over WLBC each Tuesday afternoon from 4:30 to 5:00. Over 200
students, alumni, faculty, and guests have participated this year in the
programs, varying from Victory Gardens to dramatic programs presented
by the radio class organized during the spring term.
These programs have acquainted the public with the many curricular
and extra-curricular activities of the school. Also they give many stu-
dents the chance for self-expression on the radio.
Above may be seen two scenes from regularly scheduled broadcasts
which have been under the direction of Miss Jewel Standerford. The
regular staff includes Bill Miller and Bob Terhune, announcers, Mary
Louise Ehrlich, organist, and Adelia Gibbs, reporter.
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Front row: Ferrell Carmichael, joe Rogers, June Grow, john Wfilson, Phyllis Curry,
Maxine Brown, Ethel Gragg, Marjorie Nelson, ,Io Munson, Bill Osborne, Barbara
Crum, Roselene Mills, Charlotte Hilton, Bette Alice Clark.
Back row: Mary Ellen Shockley, Eugene Hutchings, Wiln1a Story, Ronald Dawson,
Doris Starr, Inez Douglas, Beverly Lawrence, Miss Esther Bartlett, sponsor,
Max Mitchell, Seward Lalfollette, Walt Harker, Bob Clark, ,lim Clawson, Bob
Terhune, Rosemary Love, Doris Gead.
THE LATIN-AMERICAN LEAGUE
To further our good neighbor policy and to promote better under-
standing of our American neighbors is the purpose of the Latin-American
League, which was founded this year in Central High School by Miss
Bartlettis Hrst semester class in American Neighbors. Any student who is
taking or has taken American Neighbors may ioin the Latin-American
The members of the League went as a group to hear the interesting
talk giveni by Bertita Harding on the "South American Way", and re-
cently they invited Isabelle Fisk, of Cincinnati, to show her colored pic-
tures of Mexico to a junior convocation program. One of the highlights
of the yearis program was the participation of the members in a colorful
Latin-American scene in Musical Moods.
The executive body of the club was as follows: Phyllis Curry, presi-
dent, Barbara Crum, secretary-treasurer, Mary Ellen Shockley, program
Row 1: Charles Rotroff, Bill Mahoney, Dick Valandingham, Robert Ewing, Robert Giles, Ralph Dennis,
Joe Rogers, Jewell Rogers, Dick Van Hook, Don Hawk, Don Marvin, John Wright, Dick Wray.
Row 2: Ray Null, Tom Orr, Bob Tussey, Bob Harshman, Charles Norris, Buren Davis, Fred Perkins,
Robert McFadden, Gene Heath, Charles Smith, Darrell Alexander.
Row 3: Ted Oswald, Bill Osborn, Eugene Hutchings, Ernest Denny, Don Mettler, John Roberts, Paul
Gronendyke, Joe Douthitt Qsponsorj, Harold Helms, Henry Krull, David Hartley, Marvin Langley.
Row 4: George Taylor, Bob Bartholomew, J. Watt Shroyer, Bob Polhamus, Ted Brehm, Bob Terhune,
Jim Clawson, Francis Leach.
Row 5: Ernest McLain, Howard Hubbard,' Glen Hartley, Joe Tyrrell, Richard Babcock, Ralph Tuttle,
NSTRUCTING members in First aid was a highlight of the weekly programs for Hi-Y
Club this year. Joint meetings with Hi-Y clubs in surrounding cities, a father and
son potluck, a Christmas party, a Good Friday breakfast, a trip to South Bend for
the Southern California-Notre Dame football game, and a state convention attended
by a busload of the' members were other features of the year's itinerary.
There are two clubs at Central, the Senior Club and the Junior Club. George Taylor
is president of the Senior Club, Bob Bartholomew, vice-president, Bob Terhune, treas-
urer, and Bob Russell, secretary. Ted Brehm is president of the Junior Club.
Both clubs are members of the International Hi-Y formed in 1889. The High School
and the Y. M. C. A. cooperate "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school
and community high standards of Christian character." The clubs have been guided
by the sponsor, Joe Douthitt. I I I U I
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Third Row: Jane Bales, Miss Jamieson, Ruby Livieratos, James Covalt, Marilou Conner, Charles Comer,
Paul Gronendyke, Ruth Schroedel, Francis Leach, Betty Puterbaugh, Barbara Ice, and George Taylor.
Second Row: Wesley Maynard, Walt Harker, Barbara Null, Barbara Fuller, Jayne Hazelton, Julia Pyle,
Suzanne Habein, Joann Froyd, Mary Ellen Shoekley, Genevieve West, Ruth Chin, Jane Fletcher, and
First Row: Norris Floyd, Mary Pickell, Jo Munson, Mary Louise Harrold, Judith Belcher, Suzanne Rogers,
and David Hartley.
CCORDING to Miss Charline Jamieson, sponsor, the French Club is about fifteen years
old, and its purpose is to promote, friendship and interest in French.
The officers are: Marilou Conner, president, and Ruth chin, secretary-treasurer.
The club is very much interested in the affairs of France at the present time and
in the achievements of the Free French forces. The French Club also engages in
activities to help the Free French, among which was a dinner of the Tri-Colour.
Row 1: Madeline Board, Mary Dolan, Georgia Curtis, Norma Jean Hoyt, Beverly Campbell, Anna Jean
Tyler, Marjorie Kelsey, Erma Jean Cook, Laura Jones, Marycllen Ruble, Martha Osgood.
Row 2: Lila Lee Wilson, Nona Brown, Dorothy Boggs, Jean Jones, June Lcyendecker, Suzie Habein,
Ruth Bruenig, Nova Ferner, Evelyn Fowler, Madelyn Keasbey, Christine Moodey, Pauline Langley.
Row 3: Anita Shatto, Pnttie Leyendccker, Frances Woodgett, Marjorie Taylor, Norma Bell, Elizabeth Ann
Keen, Earlene Jones, Mary Cross, Ruth Ellen Boyd, Markinc Abshire, Beverly Kessler, Marian Smith.
Row 4: Barbara Crum, Charlotte Hall, Jo Ellen Bradburn, Betty Clark, Phyllis Shaw, Frances Barrett,
Juanita Saunders, Rosalyn Nelson, Burdetta Clemens, Rosalene Mills, Mary Morgan, Anne Kelley.
Row 5: Leasle Watson, Juanita Whitacre, Miriam Williams, Beulah Osborn,, Mary Alice Ebrite, Wanda
Newman, Opal Mae Findley, Suzanne Harriott, Rosemary Thorpe.
Row 6: Donis Charles, Ruth Fannin, Betty Owens, Vola Ketcham, Esther McLain, Mildred Adams,
Mr. Stepleton, sponsor.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
One very important branch of the music department
is the Girls' Glee Club. Mr. Glen Stepleton, head of the
music department, directs the club. This organization is
composed of girls in Glee Club classes and those from the
choir who are in vocal ensemble groups. Both secular and
religious songs are included in the repertoire.
EIGHTH PERIOD CHOIR
Row 1: Betty Wise, Margaret Hough, Phyllis Painter, Phyllis Mills, Betty Glasson, Creola Jones,
Row 2: Mary Graves, Christine Moodey, Odessa Hahn, Suzy Habein, Phyllis Shaw, Meriel Miller.
Row 3: Mildred McConnell, Elizabeth Hines, Betty Jackson, Ann Taylor, Christina Holt, Mildred Wood-
lee, Mary Louise Ehrlich.
Row 4: Beverly Robinson, Nadine Eagan, Suzanne Harriott, Betty Merryweather, Mary Ellen Charlton,
Row 5: Rosemary Easter, Rosemary Thorpe, Norma Wirth.
Row 6: Glen Falls, Edward Ward, Frank Fisher, Norman Rarick, Bill Sterrett, Don Hawk, Nelson Pugh,
Fred Watson, Glen Scott.
SECOND PERIOD CHOIR
Row 1: Jo Ellen Bradburn, Alice Green, Mildred Adams, Marjorie Kelsey, Barbara Brickley, Mary Cath-
erine Dolan, Anne Kelley, Mary Helen Harding, Burdetta Clemens, Miriam Cornelius, Jeanne Jones,
Ruth Ellen Boyd, Beverly Campbell, Crystal Haffner, Helen Dillie, Trula Gavin.
Row 2: Pattie Leyendecker, Maryellen Ruble, Mary Morgan, Rosalenc Mills, Elizabeth Keen, Madelyn
Keasbey, Carrie Mayes, Ruth Bruenig, Barbara Ping, Thelma Jones, Madeline Board, Jacqueline
Haladay, Markine Abshire, Lois Yingling, Erma Jean Cook.
Row 3: Bob Hiestand, Anna Jean Tyler, Juanita Saunders, Letha Gray, Revenna Bird, Martha Osgood,
Barbara Crum, Rosalyn Nelson, Betty Patterson, Charlotte Hilton, Opal Mae Findley, Wanda New-
man, Lloyd Walker.
Row 4: Anita Shatto, Betty Van Natter, Juanita Whitacre, Betty Dotson, Mildred Emenhiser, Nora Ellen
Hart, Mary Evelyn Kerkondis, Jeanne McPhedran, Mary Alice Ebrite, June Shreve, Marshall Rowlette.
Row 5: Paul Gronendyke, Ronald Dawson, Bill Miller, Jual Evans, Eddy Taylor, John McCrcery, John
Donson, Fred Doolittle, Willard Grinage, Robert Curl.
Row 6: Alan Hodge, Robert Wright, Orville Wilson, Eugene Hutchings, Rex Werbil, Kenneth Quire,
Bob Mode, John Louis Feickl
CENTRAL may well be proud of her robed choir, which numbers one hundred and twenty-five. On
many occasions their voices have blended to thrill the hearts. of hundreds of Muncie music lovers.
Under the direction of Glen Stepleton, this group has in its repertoire, in addition to secular and religious
sheet music, several cantatas, most prominent of which are the "Messiah" and "Seven Last Words of
Christf' presented at Christmas and Easter. Participants in such civic affairs as the Community Sing,
this group is known for its fine concerts. The Central choir is a member of the Indiana State Choral
Society, an honor, indeed, and well-deserved.
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Marjorie Hobbs, Creola jones, Peggy Coates, Alice Shaner, Blanche Davis, Clara Birt, Margaret Hough,
Back Row: Marie Croft, Dave Miller, Russell Scudder, Harold Taylor, Tom McDonald, Bob Beall, Suzie
Habein, Duane Dunn, Seward LaFollctte.
Second Row: Darrell Hines, Madelyn Kcasbey, Virginia Robbins, Bill Bales, David Marsh, Dick Babcock.
Front Row: Opal Mae Findley, Madeline Board, Juanita Saunders, Marabelle Kepplcr, Hazel Gentry,
Frances Moler, Ralph Dennis.
Piano: Jeanne McPhedran.
DANCE BAND AND MAJORETTES
Central's own Swing Band, instituted approximately six years ago, has won
popular acclaim from playing at banquets, parties, and a series of school dances. The
Dance Band was organized because the music faculty and students felt there was a
distinct need for all kinds of music in the modern curriculum. This yearis events were
culminated with a trip in the spring.
Another relatively new organization is that of the Majorettes, a group of eight girls
who add that certain sparkle and zest to thc games. An inspiration to the school, this
group is led in its performances by Vune Lamb. Oilicers of the Majorcttes are: Blanche
Davis, president, Marjorie Hobbs, vice-presidentg Alice Shaner, secretary, Peggy Coates,
sergeant-at-arms, and Vune Lamb, treasurer.
Violins: Fred Waltz, Joe Barnes, Doris Day, Mar- Clarinets: Tom Anderson, Mary Jane Adams,
tha Jane Alvey, Glen Hartley, Lee Brown, Jack Banta, Dick Collins.
Marvin Langley' Anna Jean Tyler' Elaine Ba- Flutes: Dorothy Morrow, Jane Owens, Frances
' Jeanne Williams, Betty Wallace.
singer, Mary Jane Crump, Betty Thomas
Charles Collins, Barbara Brickley, Betty Weav-
er, Joyce McCoy. Trumpets: Tom McDonald, Duane Dunn.
Viola: Rose Orr' Trombones: Frank Williamson, Hazel Gentry.
Cellos: Ben Janney, John Brickley, Mary Eliza-
beth Leeka. Tuba: Fred Watson.
String Bass: Marie Croft, Joan Gowin. Drums: Harold Gunckel-
Piano: Bob Zehnder. Director: Mr. Duckwall.
F SOME DAY during your fourth period class you
suddenly heard the sweet melodic strains of one of
Brahm's waltzes or the thrilling chords of the Angelus
Overture, it will probably be the Central High School
Orchestra under the direction of Mr. John Duckwall going
through one of its daily work-outs. Other pieces among
the orchestrais repertoire are "Le Tambourinf' "Prelude
to the Maestersinger," and "Pomp and Chivalry?
Ofhcers of the orchestra are: president, Fred Waltz,
vice-president, Joe Barnes: and secretary, Betty Wallace.
The orchestra presented a concert in the Fall Festival.
On March 25 the members traveled to Blaine School and
presented a concert. The group also participated in "Mu-
sical Moodsf' The orchestra presented a spring concert
and played in the May Music Festival at Ball State Teachers
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Jeanne Adams, Mary Jane Adams, Gene Arnold, Richard Babcock, Jack Banta, Robert Beall, John Bragg,
Maurice Carney, Hubert Chandler, Dick Collins, Jeanette Cunningham, Ralph Dennis, Joanna Doug-
las, Duane Dunn, Hazel Gentry, Willard Grinage, Harold Gunckel, Jim Hewitt, Bob Hiestand,
Darrell Hines, Ruth Hobbs, James Isom, Madelyn Keasbey, Marabelle Keppler, Cecil Kirby, Joyce
Krom, Seward LaFollette, Jack Lennington, Robert McPherson, David Marsh, Rosalene Mills, Frances
Dee Moler, Mary Morgan, Bob Morrical, Janet Peckinpaugh, William Perkins, Gene Petty, Jack
Phillips, Barbara Lou Ping, Virginia Robbins, Donald Roszell, Grace Rowland, Russell Scudder,
Jeanne Shafer, J. Watt Shroyer, Kenneth Shackleford, Dorothy Jean Smith, Don Swegman, Faye Taylor,
Harold Taylor, Margaret Thompson, Maxine Tuttle, Fred Watson, Frank Williamson, Andrew Wise,
Richard Wray, Clarence Vardaman.
HE MEMBERS of the Central High School Band, who
are seen at all of our big sporting events clad in their
colorful purple and white uniforms, have played on assem-
bly tour at Eaton, Albany, and Hartford City this year.
The tours were organized by Mr. Duckwall and were well-
received in all places.
The band is also more or less a business organization.
The officers are Harold Taylor, president, and Rosalene
The clarinet trio, a well known feature of the band,
is composed of Richard Babcock, Gene Arnold, and Jeanne
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Grow, Helen Hardwick.
Row 2, left to right: Ruth Ellen Boyd, Norma Conner, Betty Wise, Virginia Ross, Levera Graham Elnora
Wilkins, Ann Slack, Meriel Miller, Mary Herding.
Row 3, left to right: Beverly Dunn, Margaret Haugh, Jean Beetley, Sarah Bell Meek, Walter McPherson
Everett Houk, Earline Jones, Shirley Howard, Norma Hoyt.
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COACH WALTER FISHER, in fifteen years coaching
at Central, has consistently turned out a winning
football team, of which every Central fan has a right to
Ettore "Eddie,' Antonini, helper of Coach Fisher, Was a
state-wide winning high school player and also a sensa-
tional player at Indiana University With an All-American
title. Antonini has done wonderful work in his five years
Out of eleven years as a member of the North Central Conference, Central's foot-
ball team has taken the title five times. Two of these championships were won in a
row, which gives the Muncie team the distinction of being the only team in the :tate
which has ever kept the title for two consecutive years.
Although they started this season with a few losses, thc Bearcats wound up with
a mighty victory. Starting the season with Central of Fort Wayne, the Bearcats lost
by a score of 13-12. The next week the Bearcats traveled to Anderson .md came out
on top with a score of 7-0.
The third game was with the Kokomo Wildcats, to settle a dispute that has been
going on for years, dating from 1939, when the Wildcats ran down the Bearcats by
a score of 39-0 on their own field. The following year Kokomo came here and the
Bearcats came out on top with a victory of 40-0. This year Muncie traveled back to
Kokomo and ended up with a score of 0-0, after a hard battle.
WALTER LUNSFORD ftop leftj : Cap-
tain. Was one of Muncie's outstand-
ing ends and proved to be the deciding
factor in many of our toughest games.
BILL DEVERS: One of Muncie's fleet-
DON METTLER: Trustworthy, de-
pendable, and a real team man.
WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN: Known as
"Gabby,' and "The man to back it
up." He was every ounce a football
player who gave and asked no quarter.
ALAN HODGE: Always a most de-
pendable and good player.
WILLIAM DEARINGER: One of
Muncie's greatest tackles of all times.
A tower of strength and determina-
Will long be remembered as one of
Muncie's fast, deceptive running men
and a full-fledged halfback.
CLIFFORD CARPENTER: Senior cen-
ter. A very flashy man when the go-
ing was rough.
CHESTER "CI-IUBBYD EVANS ftop
leftj: Was one of Muncie's greatest
blocking backs. The great job of
blocking that he did so successfully
made it possible for the Bearcats to
make those long, successful, and sen-
RICHARD FOX: Big and rugged.
Could tear an opposing man apart.
Dick has great possibilities for future
JACK SHAFFER: Muncieis utility man.
Played halfback until he was needed
more at end. A grand performer.
LESTER CARTER: Fast and depend-
able. A big cog in Muncie,s fine line
FRANK HERSHEY: Manager and
player. His attitude was the winning
spirit that helped push the Bearcats
WARREN HARRISON: Game and
courageous but a tough-luck player
who received many injuries,
BILL FARRELL: Big, congenial, a fine
football player, and a real gentleman.
Played regular guard.
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COACH MEL WILSON fropls who wok
over the Bearcats during the illness of Kem-
mer, was given the nod when Kemmer moved
to the Trades School. He took his first bus ride
with the 'Cats January 23, to Anderson. In
finishing out the season, he guided the Cats
to three victories.
Wilson came to Central from Blaine Junior
High, where he had coached for five years.
Before taking his post at Blaine, he was grad-
uated from Ball State, where he played three
years on the Cardinal varsity.
CGACH HARRY KEMMER fleftj, came
to Central two years ago from Daytona Beach,
Florida. In the two years he has been with us,
he has made scores of friends, and started
building a Bearcat team that in the next two
seasons should, and will, go far.
In 1927-28 Mr. Kemmer held down the All-
Western Conference backguard position, play-
ing for Purdue University. 1939 saw him
coach his Daytona Beach squad to the Florida
When necessity called, Mr. Kemmer gave up
the game he loved to do his part for national
defense as an instructor at the trade school.
COACH MARVIN DICK qfighfp, assist-
ant basketball coach, completed his fourth year
at this post. Coach Dick, along with Wilson,
starred on the Ball State quintet. Dick is to
be complimented for his grand job with the
Kittens. In all four years he has led them to
a good percentage of wins and developed some
BUD TRAURING received a Bearcat
"Yell,' suit when Alvin Yerckes, popular Cen-
tral yell leader, decided somebody had better
do something about the Jap situation and
joined the Navy. Bud stepped easily into Al-
vin's shoes as a true Bearcat pep-builder.
NORMAN, "BECKY" BECK, Veteran Bear-
cat yell leader, should be labeled "Pep" Captain,
as for two years he has led the Bearcat backers
in letting the 'Cats know they have backing.
First row: Bill Wade, Glen Shuck, Paul Ratcliif,
Second row: Robert Harrold, Bob Moore, Ross
First row: Bob Kinder, John Kennedy, Rex
Second row: Don Cassell, Gene Clark, Bob
Bert Teal, Tom Sample.
jones, Don Kirk.
HEIR LINE-UP cut into ribbons by graduation, the Bearcats claimed only two
seniors this season. Coach Harry Kemmer pieced together what little material he
had for the long hard road of the Bearcat schedule. Giving the boys all the benefit of
his experience, he went to work building a team for the next two years, and one that
began to shape up near the end of the season. The jinx rode the Bearcats on most of
their schedules, only hopping off long enough to allow them a few victories.
When duty called, Coach Kemmer left his Bearcats and his game to take up national
defense work at the trade school. This left the 'Cats to finish the season in the new
and capable hands of Mel Wilson. Coach Wilson rang up two more wins in the
last few games, before being turned back by a high-powered Burris crew in the sectionals.
Tom Sample, Bearcat nursemaid, and Bert Teal stuck by the cats like glue, issuing
equipment, tape, and encouragement to them all the time. The importance of these
boys should not be underestimated.
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Charles "Billy" Comer, senior forward, is truly a Bearcat great and was this year's
co-captain. Bill played for Marvin Dick his! first year in' Central. Teaming with Bob
Hoover, he led the kittens to an impressive number of wins. In the last two years, Bill
has played varsity ball, holding down a place on the first five. Bill was sent to forward
from guard, where he improved from last year. He was rated fifth on the North
Walter "Jake" Lunsford, senior forward, was co-captain with Comer. Jake was a true
athlete, having the spirit and love for sports. Aggressiveness was his main characteristic
in basketball. He was in the middle of every play, going high in the air on both
bankboards, never giving up. With his uncanny eye for the basket, Jake placed himself
second on the North Central' scoring.
Jim Covalt, junior forward, has been with the Bearcats for two years. jim hails
from McKinley, where he played center for the Bulldogs. Pivot shots are Jim's dish
and should label him "serious threat" to Bearcat foes next year.
Bob Phillips, junior forward, came to the 'Cats about midway in the season, having
been discovered while playing intramural basketball. Traveling up the ladder fast,
Bob saw a great deal of action in the latter part of the season. Watch his Bearcat
spirit next year.
Bob Brees, junior guard, is all that hisl name implies. Yes, Bob has a "Breezy" way
with his basketball, handling the pellet with, a smooth, graceful technique. Bob was
promoted to the Hrst team late in the season, and will prove his ability against the
Bearcat foes in the next two years.
Sam Grimes, lanky junior: center, displayed a brand of ball that moved him up the
ladder to a varsity reserve. With Sam's personality, height, and bankboard ability,
he'l1 be one boy for the enemy scouts to watch next season.
Dick Odle, sophomore guard, reminds us of little Ken Tweedy in- his slippery brand
of basketball! Dick proved to be one of the main "plugs" in the great Bearcat machine.
In the next two years, more "horse" power to you, Dick.
Ken Quire, sophomore guard, is "the man with the basket-eye," who hits from any-
where on the court. Ken started the season on the Kitten squad, but developed and
was promoted to the 'Cats. Taking advantage of this chance, Ken rapidly became a
Dale Noward, sophomore center, showed one of the finest spirits this year. Ahead or
behind it was always, "Come on, gang, let's fight!" with Dale. Although not a regular
starter, Dale saw quite a bit of action, and with his height and bankboard ability should
be high in the bidding for a regular berth next year.
Ken Kimberlin, sophomore center, is developing into a Bearcat "star." Active in all
sports, Ken makes his stand in basketball under the basket, both on offense and defense.
He was one of the three sophomores to start with the 'Cats, and in the next two years
"Bearcat foes, beware."
Jack Snyder, sophomore guard, closely follows Lunsford with his athletic ability.
Althouglf only a sophomore, Jack was in the middle of varsity sports all year around
with his basket-eye and Bearcat spirit. Jack will be well worth watching in the next
Although he did not see much action during the past season, Dick Anderson, soph-
omore, made1 a good showing in both forward and center positions. With his ability
and with the old Bearcat "Fight! Fight!" spirit behind him, Dick should make a name
for himself in basketball.
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First rom: Joe Gray, Ernest Denny, Clyde McLaughlin.
Second row: Charles Arey, Richard Fisher, Frank Hershey, John Kennedy.
Members of the team not pictured: Bennie Royer, Dick Valandingham, and Marion Nash.
Ben Davis, Indianapolis
Culver Military Academy
OLLOWING this impressive schedule, the Bearcat matmen finished
the season with three men taking places in the state meet at Blooming-
ton. Joe Gray, Ernest Denny, and Dick Valandingham each placed
third in his division. Although a comparatively small number of boys
turn out for this sport, it is very important in the development of physical
and mental health, Coach Ettore Antonini is the boys, mentor.
Front row: John Kennedy, Bill Hart, Gene Clark, Bert Teal, Owen Branson, james Smith, Sam Grimes,
Second row: Jack Bailey, Marion Dean, Bill Langdon, Bob Mode, Dick Valandingham, jake Lunsford,
Norman Beck, Marshall Rowlette, James House, james Harden, Bill Wade, Lloyd Tolle.
Third row: Kenneth Quire, Dale Noward, Ross jones, Eugene Hall, Walter Tranbarger, Harold Ball,
Ralph Mitchell, James Slack, Ed Fields.
Fourth row: Kenneth Kimberlin, Jack Snyder, Gayle Lamm, John Greiner, and Fred Hurst.
HE TRACK TEAM participated in its first meet at Marion. Marion
came in first, Central second, and Burris of Muncie third. The track
Anderson and Richmond - Here
Triangular Meet at Anderson
Nlorth Central Conference Meet at New Castle
State Meet at Indianapolis
The members of the track team were: Dick Valandingham, Robert
Hull, Bill Langdon, Walter Lunsford, Bob Mode, Jack Bailey, John
Greiner, Edward Fields, and Samuel Grimes.
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UNDER the direction of 'Coach Odie Barnet, third baseman on the
Muncie Citizens, team, many boys not previously engaged in varsity
sports went out for baseball.
Prospective players were: Lloyd Tolle, Rex Werbil, Jack Snyder, John
Greiner, Dick Odle, Kenneth Quire, Darrell Hines, Jay Cavanagh, Charles
Keller, and Rodney Dedman.
This season's schedule for baseball was as follows:
April 25 Winchester - - K , - L There
May 1 Anderson - , - - Here
May 6 Spiceland - - L - There
May 8 Winchester ,..e - - - Here
May 15 Anderson ,..L,, - L There
May 19 Tech. flndianapolisj ..,. There
May 21 Richmond , , L .,,,., There
May 30 Kokomo CDouble Headerj There
Tennis, one of che minor but important sports, attracts a small group of
players each spring. Under the direction of Coach Hal Warren, twelve
matches were played.
This year sweaters were received by the seniors who had played for
three years. They are: Darrell Alexander, George Taylor, Leon Plank,
Stew Neff, Bob Russell, and James Clawson.
Underclassmen on the team are: Bill Bales, John Brickley, Lester
Novick, and Joe Tyrrell.
A POPULAR but little recognized sport at Central is golf, which is
coached by Mel Wilson. As always, the players turning out for
the sport this year performed well, to uphold our standard. On the whole,
a successful and interesting season was enjoyed by the team.
The team was composed of the following boys: Buddy Howard, Bob
Qualkinbush, Benny Greenlee, Ferrell Carmichael, and Bob Purtlebaugh.
The first game was played at Anderson and the team participated in
the Nlorth Central Conference at Marion,
THE CHAMPION, of intramural basketball this year was the Business
Education team. During the season the Business Education team
and the Math Club team each Won four games out of six for the per-
centage of .667. The Choir team had a percentage of .500 and the Band
a percentage of .167.
The final game was played between the Choir and the Business Educa-
tion teams. The Business Education won the game and the championship
by a score of 35 to 22. The players were: Chester Weir, Dick McGuire,
Dale Wall, Bob Pingry, Elmer Cox, Bob Dick, Richard Romack, and
Dick Perry. The managers of intramural basketball were Fred Waltz and
The printing team, pictured above, was the champion of the vocational
league, retaining the championship trophy.
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g . , 1 .2 4 a 1a C- Student Council members attended the state
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quainted at 3 gig gc !,f.I.lJ- E -U ,.,, eld 1 convention at Anderson, while Centrals sen-
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SEPTEMBER R 1 V I,
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begviilrngegtr if 51055325 prevailed in the circus grounds as the
troupers, the :z H hr 2 , it rth Walnut tates entered into the war to fight for
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OCTOBER 17 P L t d 1
Music and danci QI 'i 1- Exim' l circus were ume oose
sored by the senior .355 er - - A 4- My e l
the Marion football me was
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OCTOBER 23-24 A
The animal trainers attend 'I a 1 gglxo , n-
tion in Indianapolis to get ne 1 1 e
OCTOBER 27 '
Back under the big top af - A vaca-
tion. We hardly recognized the girls with their
Loads of people tried out for parts in the
new, big, better-than-ever show which the
senior troupers were producing,
A professional group stopped at the big top
to show us how it should be done. "Uncle
Tom's Cabin' was presented by a marionnette
A gala celebration, put on by the juniors.
time was had by
members of the senior
at a dance in the gym. Glenn
forth - on the juke-box.
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Pay day rolled around again with a few salary
cuts and some raises. No afternoon perform-
The Masquerade Ball was a definite success. JAETLLARY E6 ld ' d f h
ac on t e o grin , a ter anot er term
NOVEMBER 21 . . contract was signe A new order was initiat
thirlgz Seeme d 0 ' glgiml en? lglgfre when Mr. Zetter was appointed dean o f
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and . deh icmt - ' inlle - ., N o thei f . af .1 lit on hm. ifyffj
N0 E ER 28 'J 'gf fl FEBRUARY 11 ff
Central girl acro iats ere hostesses to the At the last Performan ' e team, the
State G'A' A' Conference' boys exhibited true Bear . pirit as they de-
DECEMBER 4 feared Alexandria. Now for a rest - until the
Central's senior circus actors presented the
MARCH 5 APRIL 24
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True to form, the dramatic section of our
trou e ave a su erb erformance of "Sta e
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Door." All the performers were equally colossal.
The senior performers had a mock election
today, which disclosed the following:
All-around girl, Joann Froyd.
All-around boy, Bob Chalfant.
Best looking girl, Barbara Guffigan.
Best looking boy, Bud Trauring.
Best boy dancer, Chester Weir.
Best girl dancer, Barbara Sanders.
Best boy athlete, Billy Comer.
Best girl athlete, Bebe Ross.
Best actor, Ronald Dawson.
Best actress, Mary Ellen Shock
Class giggler, Jane Bales. .
Class pest, Leon Pl xg fl
Class sheik, Bob Timv g. EGL
Class wit, Bob Cha . n T551
Class shark, Ted Z7 ek " f
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st u g uy ew Nfeff.
B ges in - , H nold Perry.
Bes HI ing o nl- Mary Louise . axrol
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Cla 1, iller, 'I r's Day.
Ho s n and H er almost a i--
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After che afternoon performance, the ring-
leaders of C. H. S. and B. H. S. celebrated
Gibson's Ice Arena. There were a few '
gg.- -: ating facts were disclosed as troupe
w w- s contributed to the annual G. S. C.
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Some star performers belonging to the social
science group got a day off to go to South
Bend for the Indiana Student Forum meeting.
All the women backers of our show were
entertained at a tea, Sugar was rationed to
one lump a cup!
T e partial governing bo i of our troupe
put on May Day Maneuvers -the Field Hous .
It was no Jimmie James t with the sit-
uation -oh well you k hat we mean.
T Qarade stopp e troupers enter-
- ' igh honors
' Q - one Wild Night.
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: adliner up the big parade while
t e ce urs away at the Senior
ac l u e te. With the big parade almost
- , I- a iors trouped back to the big top
0 ack nd start on new and divergent
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he -I tars at -- u 'or-Senior Prom.
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Final performance was given by the seniors
at class day.
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but turned out S ' t we r- for th last time in the
luufnml. gf?,, ITU? oberts. The food
was 1 t is e in . It ' .fn 'W-5275 cl nt of it could cure
was th g f our u- - at e pt -- 1 at co es with the realiza-
-: f 4 aFt ade will disband.
I JUNE A X
felt good and let us h ve a wee Commen ement. The roustabouts are pull-
We were going to get some
rest, but so-0-0-o many things
happened, we just couldn't get around to it.
Some of the gang went to New Orleans and
had a perfectly perfect trip.
ing up the stakes, the tents are being hauled in
and packed in preparation for the show to
move on. Next year many of us will not be
back, but we know the troupers will carry
on for us.
GET OUT YOUR BOWLERS and old-fashioned bustles, dust off your
tin-types and join the parade down to the football park of 1899 to
see the fighters for the Purple and White of long ago.
These were the skillful fighters whom the student body loyally sup-
ported. In now outlandish toggery they performed daringly on the
sawdust to make the tradition that has been handed down through the
years: "Bearcats always fight!"
Members of the team, top row: tackle, E. Tuheyg guard, William
Hoey, coach, Dr. H. R. Spickermong tackle, Dr. Charles Jump, back,
Charles Gill, quarterback, Harry White. Middle row: guard, William
Craig, student manager, Harry Hartley, end, Judge Frank H. Gassg
end, John C. Banta. Bottom row: back, Zora Clevengcrg center, Ben-
jamin Netzleyg guard, Dr. R. H. Bunch. V
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hi:-de-ho . . . tonsil-tickler . . . thcre's something Hshy about Derith.
Second row: Double features . , . you cnn't brush me off . . . 'itwoetoif' Hazclton . . . u pert little squirt
. . . don,t let julia fool yu . . . His bark is worse than his bite.
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