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Page 13 text:
"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
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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.
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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.
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