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

 - Class of 1957

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,:3?'ae93': ' vw' ,Y ' muff.: Q 157' N9 iv if' Wag! ,Q g,. gm, tr +V- , ' r iff, - v' ff'z"fZ,ga,? - wet.:-ff , ,.g 1 , Row 'I - PHIL JOHNSON-Concert Choir, "The Curious Savage," "Rest As- sured" . . . DAVID L. JOLLIFF-Junior Classical League . . . GARY A. JONES -Band . . . IKE JONES . . . MAX JONES lwithdrawnj. Row 2-SHARON CONQUEST JONES-"The Curious Savage," "Rest As- sured," Munsonian . . . SHERYL ANN JONES - Cheering Block, Spanish Club, Munsonian . . . THOMAS EDWARD JONES WANDA JOYCE JONES-Honor Society, Munsonian . . . DOLLIE NADINE KEIHN -Concert Choir. Row 3-DALE W. KENNEDY-Sophomore Council . . . JACKIE SUE KEN- NEDY-Honor Society, Bible Club, Concert Choir . . . JANET LOU KENNEDY . . . Bible Club, Future Homemakers, Concert Choir . . . M. RALPH KENNEDY . . . SHARON I. KENT-All-Girl Choir. uv PJULIVIA 'F 5' Row 'l-JOYCE DEAN KING-Entered in January, l955, from Mt. Summit High School in Mt. Summit, Indiana . . . JIM KIRKALDY-Senior Council, Foot- ball, Junior Council . . . BUDDY L. KIRTZ . . . ARNELLA BARBER KlSTLER-Hon- Society, French Club, Band, Orchestra, Junior Council. Row 2 - SHARON K. KISTLER-Future Homemakers, Junior Classical League, Band . . . KATHLEEN SUE KNODERER-Concert Choir . . . JO NELLE KOGER- Entered in January, 1955, from DeSoto High School in DeSoto, Indiana, Bible Club, Future Homemakers . . . CAROL KRAMER-Concert Choir . . . L. JOANN KRIEG. Row 3-RONALD L. KRONZ-Honor Society, Math Club . . . ROCHELLE LAPIN-Cheering Block, French Club, Junior Classical League, Tri-Hi-Y, Sopho- more Council, "The Curious Savage," "Rest Assured . . . JO ANNE LARRABEE -All-Girl Choir . . . KAY LAWRENCE-Band Majorette, Sophomore Council . . . ROBERT LEACH. Row 'I-MONTIE LEDSINGER . . . JIMMY W. LEE . . . BARRY LIMPERT- French Club . . . GEORGE ELL LINDSEY . . . GENE LINDZY. Row 2-NANCY LEE LOCEY-Honor Society, Cheering Block, Future Home makers, Tri-Hi-Y, Concert Choir . . . EDDIE LOCKARD-Football, Baseball . . LUELLA LODGE . . . JUNE MYERS LONGFELLOW . . . ROBERT GENE LONG FELLOW. Row 3-LIONEL LORANCE-Golf, Sophomore Council . . . KENNETH AL LEN LOVE . . . JACK D. LOWERY . . . WILLIAM LUDINGTON-Book Guild French Club . . . JOHN LUTTON. CYbl,0'lA Row 'l - RUBY JOYCE LYONS-Y-Teens, Concert Choir . . . HATTlE McCAIN -Cheering Block . . . MARCIA MCCARTHY-Cheering Block, Spanish Club, Tri- Hi-Y, Concert Choir, "The Curious Savage" . . . BOB MCCREERY-Band. Row 2-DEE ANNA MCCUBBINS-Distributive Education Club . . . SHA- RON DEE MCDUFFEE-Concert Choir . . . JAMES McINTIRE . . . MARLAND L. MclNTlRE . . . JOHN B. MCKEEVER-Senior President, Senior Council, Honor So- ciety, Cross Country, Track, Book Guild, Youth Forum, Junior President, Junior Council. Row 3- PHILLIP E. McKILLIP . . . MARGARET ANN MALY-Cheering Block, Orchestra . . . NAOMI ANN MANGUS-Y-Teens, Concert Choir . . . DARRELL PHILLIP MANN . . . ROBERT MANOR-Bible Club. OO ,.f' 'kv lp-rf. 49 'gif' 'hr fl S X i "fi xx 1, Row I-JOE E. MANSFIELD-Hi-Y, Swimming, Sophomore Council . . . MIKE MARK-Magician Business Manager . . . LINDA MARSH-Honor Society, Book Guild, Cheering Block Leader, Youth Forum, Junior Council, Magician . . . RONALD C. MARSH . . . BEVERLY DIAN MARSHALL-Future Homemakers, Tri-Hi-Y, Sophomore Council. Row 2-NANCY KAY MARVIN-Cheering Block, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Council . . . GERALD RICHARD MATCHETT . . . RALPH MAULLER . . . ERNEST N. MAXWELL . . . FRANCES LOUISE HORN MAZE. Row 3-JOYCE MARLENE MENARD-Concert Choir . . . JEAN C. MERS- Cheering Block, Future Homemakers . . . JOSEPH MESSER . . . CARL J. MILLER . . . DWON M. MILLER. Row I-RAY L. MILLER . . . PHYLLIS ANN MINIX-Entered in September, 1955, from Sandusky High School in Sandusky, Ohio, French Club, Y-Teens . . . JANICE MITCHELL . . . MICHAEL JERRY MITCHELL. Row 2-ERNEST FREDERICK MOHLER-Sophomore Council . . . CHARLES WILLIAM MONROE . . . MARLENE MONROE-Concert Choir . . . GEORGIA MONTGOMERY-Cheering Block, Future Homemakers, All-Girl Chair . . .MARI- LYN MOORE-Cheering Block Leader, Junior Classical League, Tri-Hi-Y, Con- cert choir, Munsonian. Row 3-ROBERT L. MORGAN-Hi-Y, Spanish Club, "Rest Assured" . . . CARL D. MORRIS . . . DAVID MORRIS . . . CLARA MORROW-Cheering Block . . . JUDSON MARTIN MOTSENBOCKER-"The Curious Savage." Row I-DENNIS BOYD MURRAY-Junior Classical League . . . JACKIE DEAN MYERS . . . BRENDA NELSON-Cheering Block . . . JAMES LARRY NEL- SON. . . MARY JO BRICKER NEW. Row 2-JUDITH ANN NOBLE-Concert Choir . . . GARY B. NOLLEY- Distributive Education Club . . . SHARON PATRICIA O'MEARA-Cheering Block, French Club, Munsonian . . . WILLIAM E. O'NEAL- Basketball, Track, Spanish Club, Concert Choir . . . SANDRA KAY O'NlEL- Future Homemakers, Y-Teens. Row 3-SHARRON 0.0RR . . . LARRY A. PARRIS-Junior Classical League . . . MATTIE PATRICK-Cbeering Block . . . RUTH ELLEN PATTERSON -All-Girl Choir . . . NORMA JEAN PAUL-Cheering Block, Tri-Hi-Y, Concert Choir. eniofm VF' wi---f "' 45,3 'UNF' we-V 1- Row 'I-CAROL ANNE PEARSON . . . JOAN PERDUE-Future Home- mokers, Bond, Concert Choir . . . LINDA KAY PERKINS . . . SHIRLEY ANN PERRY-Cheering Block, Future Homemokers. Row 2 - GARY J. PHILLIPS- Sophomore Council . . . MICHAEL A. PHILLIPS -Track . GILBERT L. PHIPPS . . . EDDIE PIERCE-Senior Council, Junior Council . . . GEORGE KENNER PIERCE- Honor Society, Book Guild, Hi-Y, Moth Club, Youth Forum, Magician. Row 3-NATHANIEL PIERCE-Junior Council . . . RICHARD L. PIERPONT . . . PETER JAY PIPPEN -Senior Council, Golf, Swimming, Junior Council . . . JOHN LYNN PITTENGER-Swimming . . . BARBARA JOYCE POOR-Cheering Block, Future Homemokers, Tri-Hi-Y, Concert Choir. 4 Hes- 'H C9 'af an "-' 1""'7 .-5 'lf' -,sv 91' "' ff 5" . Row I-JOYCE LILLIAN POTTER-Future Homemakers, Y-Teens . . . LARRY PRATHER-Football . . . JANET KAY PRATT-Cheering Block, Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Concert Choir . . . GLENN KEITH PROCTOR . . . JUDITH JEAN PROSSER-Cheering Block, French Club, "The Curious Savage," "Rest Assured." Row 2 - JAMES E. RAHE - Honor Society, Cross Country, Track, Swimming, Junior Classical League, Youth Forum, Junior Council . . . THERESIA L. RAHE . . . SANDRA KAY RANSDELL . . . ROSELYN KAY RAPPE . . . DANIEL E. RAWLINGS- Distributive Education Club. Row 3-GLORIA A. REASON . . . MAXINE JOANNE REDWINE-Concert Choir . . . CHARLES DAVID REECE-Honor Society, Youth Forum, Band Drum Maior, Orchestra, Concert Choir, Junior Council, Sophomore Council, "The Curious Savage," "Rest Assured" . . . DANNY RAY REEDER . . . JACK PHILLIP REES. eniofw pin 'Q 3 tr' Row 'l-SHIRLEY WOODRING R RETTER . . . DAVID REYNOLDS . . . Sophomore Council. H ., -an ENCH-Senior Council . . . CHARLOTTE JAMES E. REYNOLDS-Football, Track, Row 2-JACK RHOADES . . . JOHN RHOADES . . . NOAH L. RICHMAN . . BEVERLY JEAN RILEY-Cheering . . JERRY LEE RILEY. Block, Junior Classical League, Tri-Hi-Y Row 3 - PATRICIA MAE RILEY - Cheering Block, Future Homemakers, Junior Classical League . . . J. WARREN ROACH . . . DONN ROBERTS-Honor So- ciety . . . LARRY B. ROBERTS-Senio Savage," "Rest Assured" . . . PHILLIP r Council, Concert Choir, "The Curious RAYMOND RODENBERGER. T05 5 WWWMWMW .Q -li ' , Members of the Burris French Club, special guests at the French Club's Christmas banquet, were surprised to see Central's own Santa Claus. He made his appearance along with Ro- chelle Lapin, Sharon O'Meara, Norma Rude, Rita Hunt, and Wanda Swift in a play which was presented for the enioyment of the guests. This banquet, held annually, is an event which high- lights the club's year. By the way, Santa turned out to be Mary Belle Wade. W -if J xi " T- David Young appears to be rather puzzled at the idea of finding the area of a triangle, while Jane Harper tries to explain to a member of the solid geometry class how she is going to find the area of the figure which she has drawn. Jim Shaw is gladly l iw 'tix 'lm 514: 't x, 5, listening to Fred Boyd explain how he intends to find the length of the line AB. Solid geometry is a course which is especially useful to boys who plan to take engineering in college or to students who plan to maior in mathematics. if 5 9"-.. aw -mf' -1' 1 I I Row I-RITA FRANCES ROONEY-Cheering Block, Future Homemakers . . . THOMAS RUDDICK . . . NORMA RUTH RUDE-Honor Society, Cheering Block, French Club, Concert Choir . . . ALTA MARIE SANDERFUR . . . JERRY LEROY SARAH. Row 2 - SUZANNE SASSER - Cheering Block, Future Homemakers, Tri-Hi-Y, "The Curious Savage" . . . ALBERTA MAE SATTERFIELD . . . DAVID KEITH SAT- TERFIELD-Senior Council, Basketball, Sophomore Council . . . STANTON E. SCHAD . . . DAVID L. SCHNEIDER-Entered in January, 1956, from Saint Meinrad Seminary at St. Meinrad, Indiana. Row 3-TAMARA SCHNITZLER-Senior Treasurer, Senior Council, Honor Society, Book Guild, Youth Forum, Sophomore Secretary, Sophomore Council, "Rest Assured" . . . ROBERT EUGENE SCHOUNCE . . . ROBERT SCHWER-Track, Cross Country . . . NANCI ELAINE SCOTT . . . DONALD R. SCROGGINS-Track. enum 1 we -rf' wa,-52" -:sa Row I - BILLY J. SELLS . . . NANCY ARLENE SHAW . . . LARRY LEE SHINN . . . PAUL SHOLDERS - Entered in September, I955, from Gersfmeyer Technical High School at Terre Haute, Indiana. Row 2-WILLIAM SIMMONS-Junior Council, Sophomore Council . . RAMONA'PATTY SITES . . . GLENDA LEE SKEEN . . . GERALD SKINNER . . DARRELL GENE SMITH -Cross Country, Track. Row 3-JAMES SYLVESTER SMITH . . . MARTHA ANNE SMITH-Honor Society, French Club, Junior Classical League, Junior Council . . . ROY H. SNEED-Track . . . CAROLYN SUE SNIDER- Honor Society, Magician . . . LARRY M. SNIDER. 'Q I , if I 3 99 ...v Row 'I-MARIANNA FRANCES SNIDER-Honor Society, Cheering Block, Future Homemokers, Concert Choir, Sophomore Council . . . MARILYN LOU SNI- DER-Honor Society . . . DALE SOWELLS . . . BETTY SPRAGUE . . . LODEMA MAE SPURLOCK - AII-Girl Choir. Row 2 - HELEN MARIE STAGGS - Bible Club . . . JEANNE STAUTAMOYER -Cheering Block, Tri-Hi-Y, Munsoniun . . . SHARON SUE STEELE-Cheering Block, AII-Girl Choir . . . CLOTEEN STEPHENS . . . JAMES ARTHUR STEPHEN- SON-Entered in September, 1955, from Alma Heights Senior High School in San Antonio, Texas, Spanish Club. Row 3-THEODORE R. STERRETT - fWithdrcwnJ . . . LAURA SUE STEVENSON - Future Homemakers, Bond, Orchestra . . . CAROL ELAINE STEW- ART-Honor Society, Cheering Block, Future Homemokers, Concert Choir . . . NANCY SUE STOUT- Cheering Block, Concert Choir . . . WILLIAM D. STRINGER. F'- . M. -. if 63 -n Row I-WAYNE A. STUDEBAKER -Concert Choir . . . KATIE LOU STULTS -Iwithdrawnj . . . LARRY LEE SUMWALT . . . WANDA SWIFT-Senior Secre- tary, Senior Council, Cheering Block, French Club, Junior Classical League, Tri-Hi- Y, Sophomore Council, "The Curious Savage," "Rest Assured." Row 2-BARBARA JEAN SYPHERS-Tri-Hi-Y . . . JACK LAWRENCE SYP- HERS . . . NILA TAIT . . . CHESTER TAYLOR-Football, Baseball, Swimming, Sophomore Council . . . ANN THOMPSON- Entered in September, 1956, from New Albany High School, New Albany, Indiana. Row 3-JOYCE MARIE THOMPSON . . . WAYNE L. THOMPSON . . . MICHAEL THOMAS TOLAND . . . GENEVIEVE SLETA TOLLER - Concert Choir . . . MICHAEL K. TOWELL. E Row 'I-JOAN TRUSTY-Honor Society, Cheering Block, Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y . . . GALE CORRIN TSCHUOR . . . ROBERTA ANN TUDOR-Cheering Block, Concert Choir . . . ROBERT TURNER- Entered in September, 1955, from New Castle High School in New Castle, Indiana, Magician . . . PATRICIA ANN VENIS- Honor Society, Cheering Block, Junior Classical League. Row 2-RICHARD RALPH VEST . . . ROSCOE CHALMER VICKERS . . . ELIZABETH ANN WADE-Honor Society, Cheering Block, Future Homemakers . . . MARY BELLE WADE -' Honor Society, French Club . . . DON WAGNER- Spanish Club. Row 3 - JUANITA LUCILLE WALN - Tri-Hi-Y, Band Maiorette, Concert Choir . . . JANET SUE WARD-Honor Society, Cheering Block, French Club, Future Homemakers, Concert Choir . . . JUDITH M. WARFEL - Future Homemakers . . . MARY ANNE WARFEL . . . JUDITH A. WARNER-Entered in February, 1956, from Lakeview High School in Battle Creek, Michigan. mimfx Row 'I-SHERYL ANN WARNOCK-Purdue Legislative Assembly, Senior Council, Honor Society, Book Guild, Youth Forum, Junior Council . . . MARCIA DIANN WEAKLEY-Future Homemakers . . . DAVID FRANCIS WEHLAGE-Pur- due Legislative Assembly, Honor Society, Cross Country, Track, Book Guild, Youth Forum, Junior Council, "The Curious Savage" . . . BETTY JEANETTE WEST- Cheering Block, Junior Classical League, Orchestra. Row 2 - NANCY ANN WHITE- Munsonian Editor, Sophomore Council . . . MARTHA J'. WHITEMAN - Honor Society, Cheering Block, Junior Classical League . . . JOYCE ANN WHITESIDE-Cheering Block, Future Homemakers, Concert Choir . . . LINDA WHITNEY-Cheering Block, Tri-Hi-Y . . . DIAN MARIA WHITTEMORE-Cheering Block, Junior Classical League. Row 3 -JIM WILHOITE - Cross Country, Track, Swimming, Junior Classical League . . . BETTY WILLIAMS . . . HELEN A. WILLIAMS-French Club, Future Homemakers, Y-Teens . . . JERRY F. WILLIAMS-Hi-Y, Concert Choir . . . M. MARIE WILLIAMS-Honor Society, Concert Choir. 'Q' tf? A., -zz: Row I-HARRY E. WILSON, Jr .... NORMAN RAY WILSON-Football, Wrestling, Track . . . PATTY JOSEPHINE WILSON-Cheering Block . . . WILLIE WILSON, Jr. Knot to graduatel . . . NANCY JANE WISE-Entered in September, 1955, from Cowan High School in Cowan, Indiana, Concert Choir. Row 2-SANDRA ELEY WOODRING . . . LINDA LEE WOOLUMS-Cheer- ing Block, Y-Teens, Concert Choir . . . TOM J. WRIGHT . . . JOHNNY WYATT . . . SANDRA LEE WYNE. Row 3- PETE YOHLER- Purdue Legislative Assembly, Tennis . . . CAROL ANN YOUNCE-Junior Classical League, Math Club . . . DAVID YOUNG . . . ZONA M. ZEARBAUGH-Munsonian . . . RAYMOND EUGENE ZIMMERMAN- Distributive Education Club. .IimLofiC ' N L l Row I-Mike Lowell, Mike Wehlage, Fred Wiggins, Larae Hutson, Bill Graham Row 2-Dan Oyler, Dana Huffman, Arlene Thornell, Kit Carson, Donna Roger. Row 3-Glen Noel, Jack Broadwater, Steve Sawicki, Merrill Clevenger, Ronnie Demas. Row 4-Dan Benson, June Haney, Nancy Dunn, Larry Helms, Janelle Coons, Sue Pence. Row 5-Mr. Wagoner, Mrs. Hollis, Mr. Langdon. - JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS FRED WIGGINS MIKE WEHLAGE LARAE HUTSON President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer SPONSORS WILLIAM LANGDON MRS. LUCILE HOLLIS W, J, WAGONER Chairman Social Financial JUNIOR CALENDAR Junior All-School Dance Field House November 2 Junior Open House Central December 6 Junior Play Central April 9-'IO Junior-Senior Prom Student Center May 24 4 , A ' - - S ca - .. . . ' ,,. . 1 QQ ' Vw, 'J 4 , an 4 QL- , .9 X' x, lflzfw 21" r if PM is I ji: 2. . vvv, vs. In g. A' A ' -1 1' "I Yilli 1'-'3 '--'- an " Z' A A In A 'i il I XL ' , Q1 ' I ' - r.,.. TT 9 P- lx FW . Zig J r -5, ' , '4- -1 if fs 3 -B sv G I 'it :. .3132 -" ' In "B" ' T 1' 4 in s ' - lf? 1 9 .: .1 4 -A-l -'-' . ,1 ,L , es I ian 1 aj, 4, J ' as 4-if Jnff. H l A L cw ft J el I . " V: ' Z" Q", bl ' e f' s. if as s f J I- .2 'al' 3 ,Q at I Q. fs r - -If gi ,V ,ji wr 'env lv' I 1 .1?-, 3 . . Y Q V: Q - - -. -Of E5-..s.l ss. 'F if H. G., - -. - 1 A : :: 'lf. LY an C" fi, If g e, L ,Q K- K Ki ln 0' ,X ' X Nl' t h V, A W ' T' . if ' X - . , Q y it ,,, . if is I1 , A 'r f 5 M 4 A . I xxx Exit : ' : : Qi-'J Us xx .M Q A ,Jax j 3,1 X, 5 AB xg., , 5 ' .T . 1 2' sv, ,, 2:55 ,L v I .S E: 4 VH 5 'Q WE ' f'hV. H.. A A W H4 Juniim Row l-Billy G. Abram, Dave Abrams, Iris L. Abrams, Charles R. Adams, Larry Adams. Row 2-Shelby Adams, Julia Ann Ad- amson, Joan Altherr, Waunelda Anack er, James K. Ancil. Row 3-Betty Anderson, Mary Vivian Anderson, Kenneth Arrington, Gary E. Atkins, Sonia Kay Bailey, Jordan Al Bard. Row 4-Dixie June Barlow, Kattie Mae Barnes, Phyllis Jean Barton, Ray Bayer, Marilyn Rose Beard, Billy Beebe. Row 5-Lavonne Bell, Roger David Bell, Donald Earl Benbow, Marilyn Ben- nington, Dan Benson, Jim Berry. Row 6-Dorothy Biehl, Gary Bird, Ted Allen Bird, Larry Blade, Larry Leon Blaesing, Rena Blankenship. Row 7-Ronnie Bogue, Charles David Boguske, Juanita Boles, Judy Borror, Sandy Lynn Bowie, Linda Sue Boyle. Row 8-Marilyn Kay Boyle, Jane Bran- don, La-Wanda Joyce Brewer, Ronald Bridgeman, Shelby Briggs, Jack Broad- water. Row 9 - Nancy Brookbank, Estel Brown, M. Joyce Brown, Marvina Brown, William E. Brown, Mike Brumback. Row 'IO-Morris Brumley, Dick Bryan, Susan Jane Buennagel, William Buntin, Dave Burchfield, Jerry Burden. Row ll-Jerry Eugene Burgess, Sonny Burks, Robert Burns, Phyllis Burnworth, Mike Burres, Phil Sylvester Butts. Row 12-Lowell Thomas Byrd, Ray- mond Caine, John Campbell, Marvin Campbell, Gladys Carman, Gary Car- michael. Jmuofm Row l-Mary Ann Carpenter, Kather- ine Carson, Jerry Sue Carter, Jimmy Car- ter, Betty Lou Case, George Caupp. Row 2--Marvin Leroy Cavanaugh, Phyllis Chalfant, Margie Chambers, John Chase, Cecil Cheatham, Robert Charles Christian. Row 3-Earl George Clark, Larry Gene Clark, Loretta Sue Clark, Rex Clark, Charlotte Clemens, Gerald Leroy Clem- SDS. Row 4-Merrill Clevenger, Thomas Earl Clidinst, Fred Clock, George Juan Coatie, David Collett, Janet Sue Collins. Row 5-Janice Kaye Collins, Jerry Col- lins, Carol Combs, David Conley, Ed- ward L. Conley, Phil Conn. Row 6-Jim L. Connell, Michael Con- yers, Janelle Coons, Maralyn Ann Coop, Gary Cooper, Jerry Cooper. Row 7-Linda Cooper, Roxanna Ruth Cordle, Janice Corn, Jane Cox, Terry Rae Cox, Betty Ann Craig. Row8-Patricia Craig, David Crall, Eugene Crose, Ronald Crouse, Sallie Jo Crouse, Patricia Kay Crowder. Row 9-Earl Crowe, Jack Cruea, Mary- anna Cummings, Billy Cunningham, Glen Cunningham, Glenda Kay Cunning- ham'. Row 'IO-Judy Cunningham, Dave Cunnington, Bill Dailey, Sammie John Dalton, Alfred Daniel, Randy Tyrone Daniel. - Row li - Mary Dargo, Robert E. Daugherty, Carl Edward Davis, M. A. Davis, Patricia Ann Davis, Patricia Jo- anne Davis. Row 12-Phillip Ray Deane, Phyllis Rose Deane, John L. Deeds, Pat Deiser, Donald Demas, Ronald Charles Demas. -. .. - Y , . In ......, .-,.,. Q , 4 r 6 b ,I Q if QL- , 2. Q A - -5 2 ' 4 so , g I 1 W Q' x 11 . .v.,.' . H gi we , 'wg X I 3-A X, X g , ,mv ' X T 1 -L. nil, ' w 43. . M s N J A ' , - - l ,V fl 'Nfl 'Wixvi' L " A . 3 , ' ' T iff' A - - - - A 9 1 L, F' X' :T , VV M f . I' 37 A -f 1 s-W' .x -fs - J., . . tl" U 1: Q g ffgi ,, ,..5 , ..,, 2 ., 2.5 J ff i s In is kit Qu n .. fmt g in if T f C gy , Q P r A 3 , " 7 F' -A Q- Q I Q-. i PC ., ESQ' ' ' Q' Ne A X 111- 'J .ff-KT' K' x -AL -A 6-' 'Ti' YC, fm Q, JQQQIQU X Tk A tv Io. NLT X l X X QQ! 'D 'Q 2 1' Q as is fi i " N . I f -- ss ,, Q 'V V X " "Ns ,V 'W ,f M , P " ffl '.r P N. f- A 7 f: H - ,i 4 :f so :Lt six F K ' -A 'H L ' T ge. u - ' : .:'- cf J 5 - 3 ,L . F A an , ff, :. A v f 'L L , vs. tis. 115 OMB luwe Because most of us do not plan to attend college, Central offers many opportunities for those who will go to work immediately after graduation. Stu- dents may prepare for office and secretarial work in business education classes. Retail selling offers many opportunities in sales and merchandising. The Trade School enables boys to begin vocational training. Many girls who plan to marry choose homemaking courses in the home economics department. vi Z The girls enrolled in foods classes throughout the semester learn the dif- ferent types of foods and the many ways to prepare them. Here Miss Burgoyne is showing a beef roast. Roasting is one ofthe phases of cook- ing they study thoroughly. The main obiective of any typing student is to type quickly and correctly the les- sons in his book, and that ap- pears to be what these stu- dents are intent upon. In- structing them in their task are Mr. Shroyer and Mr. Mc- Curdy, a student teacher. Typ- ing is a course which is im- portant to any student who plans to enter the field of business. HX 4:21 nv ,. s 3.3.4 M .luwlam ,- L Cla 'Jr " F' . F ' r 'z can :E l .ad-' 4- . ' X. rs. l W " - 11 f - ' - U 1 Ll y S' if Eff is- YSL ey ' 'W Q V Wx i C- ! - ' ' 'fx X-Q, '. '-'x' Qs .sb 'I -ski -W1 F' X A m A f ' - - X ' . - ' 2 9. -L 'A"' ' ie- , ' 2' O 5 E 1. I sr 6' '. U i if as lf ei -. Q. ts. X-' ...A r - . W E 'rx X W 2. y .5 Q is if . 'Z' 2' 3, ':h,:, an w I: In ,tlngm ff' Y As: ii :. Z -2- 2- ' , , Jl v' -1 , D V 2, , , , APL W it-V -fc me 'W P, ' 1 . lr -- -E-Tm g VW F ' -an tg -' nn. 1. V - 4. Q Q A '49 K, 'C' l, G -far' Q , - if-'QE X Vt Y A L L l2efy2'x 'R like .it- f , 5 5 .7 l 'S 2 ,JL '- A 4- H- N Q . l 7' Biz' ,,,, - .0 H 4 6 p, S, if 'F I re .rf i ' . f x " 'X ' a ,. - 1 , - --. M ,L , F I 1 ls 6 gr f .. t Q W-5 Q I " G K Q ab . f Yr C , Q' 5' W W1 X' AN Q I -of f in :ta .L-. I 1 , 1, ' fi Q , BL, V V,-4, 'G .: -.-I 7 J. f ,UV I llo Row l-Don DeWitt, Hope Diamond, Carolyn Sue Dickerson, Patricia Yvonne Digman, James Dominick, Betty Douthitt. Row 2-Jeffrey Dowd, Diane Druck, Allan Dulaney, Mary Jane Dunn, Nancy Dunn, Mary Earls. Row 3-Nancy Ann Eley, lnez Mae Elliss, James Eugene Ellis, Sharon Lee Emdee, Linda Kay Enterkin, Bob W. Evans. Row 4-Loren A. Evans, Roberta Jane Evans, Sandy Eytchison, Judi Femyer, Luke Ferrell, Bob Fields. Row 5-David Fields, Mary Ann Fields, Bob Flanagan, Roberta Marie Flanagan, Phillip Wayne Flick, Larry Frankel. Row 6-Jim French, Diana Kay Frey, Linda Fulton, Ann Garrard, Benny Gar- rett, Leon Garrett. Row 7-Tom Gates, William E. Gentry, Cynthia Gerhardt, Barbara Gibson, David Lee Gibson, Clayton Goe, Jr. Row 8-Jay Gooding, M. C. Gossett, Ray Grady, Bill Graham, Jack Edward Graham, Jo-Anne Graham. Row 9-Thomas Graves, Joyce Ann Gray, Wayne Gray, Carolyn Green, Judy Green, Robert Greer. Row 10-Bonnie Maxine Gregory, Marilyn Louise Greive, Bobbi Grice, Georgianna Griftis, David Eugene Grimes, Richard E. Gross, Jr. Row l'l - Luzern Guthrie, Dwayne Habegger, Harold Haggard, Leanorah Haley, Carolyn Sue Hall, Joel Hall. Row 12-Monti Hall, Wesley Hall, Pat Hamilton, Pat Hammond. X Q 0 F . JUMJDJIA -.M s w. Jw fees F -1 , 4- . - , I ,,., L " ,gr A S, --ll -- I 4 '-, Row l-Terry Hammons, June Haney, li f ' ' REV . Garry Hanson, Earl Harnish, Edward A K ' ,N Harper, James Russell Harper. X! Q: gi, , A ' .Ill af' W, , -.A 'K 35 4,3 t Q wg r Row 2-Marie Harry, Eugene Hart, g if A. tg ' 'N Sandi Hart, Marsha Ann Hartley, Leon- K ll 'I A ' ' ard Ray Hasse, Kay Hastings. ' 5 J ' 1 Rf : ' 4 '. -" cs' , .- , , ,A 4 Row 3-Sylvia Hawk, Marjorie Hay- 'V' Pg, L 5 den, Allen Hays, Mike Heinrichs, Larry g, ' " uf ' f Helms, Jackie Gene Helton. M H! ' :X an . zz.. . V-:tbl 'i '12, ROW 4-Myron K. Hendricks, Sandra gc ,, 1.5 V 1 ,.,- xx Y, Hendrix, James Hensley, Mary Herri- X, W l Wf - A man, Larry L. Hershberger, Lewellen lv A l Hickey. ' A . 6-1 . ' u X, Q. -, 4-U - :- ROW 5-Malcolm Eugene Hicks, Rex I ' -1 9' V ,fx Hieclon, Ralph Hiestand, Charlie Eugene ' Hinds, Bill Hinton, Dove Hirons. ' G83 93 Y" A ' U Q .Fix M ra A. ,. ,, Row 6-Bob Hirst, lna Joyce Hoffman, x-1 - 'r :L 5 -Xl., P X - Ernie Hogue, Amp Holding, Harold ty, Holding, Johnice Lee Holding. ' "VX, ' ' E K all J ' ,sy , s 5 Row 7-Jeanette Holland, Sylvester - W1 A' .- ll is C' Holt, Nancy Hoover, Lewis Hopper, Joyce MJ- .A B 3 -.1 W ' Y ' J ann Houk, Kent Howard. S is sd.yigfjglwfgrs-wlixiqy K F - 4 Q A ' .IIQ3 Row 8-Margaret Howell, Carole Hull, 'J' A ' " S , ,',' l -, - L Q., Jean Hunt, John Hunt, Sue Hunt, Larae nfl' . x , M-Hum t sim. in .J A. K Row 9-Dolores Huxhold, Geneva Mae A .s 4 ,Iii 5 ff -f -A .n Sf: ef Hyso, Gene Ingram, Bob lpock, Peggy X L L . 3- I 7 C ff' f 3 A. lrwin, Glen w. Jack. E w, 5' W, WXVN M Row lO-Barbara Jean Jenkinson, Q, 'J - .X A N - H .- , . is Janet Jett, Henry Johnson, Jackie John- g. . 3 .1 li son, Lyle Wesley Johnson, Allie W. , , . gif ' Jones. ' W 'A ' , K X - s . 1 A W Row ll-Evelyn Jones, Fred Jones, if ' by W " 'if' I Joyce Jones, Lillie Jones, Phil Jones, ... J-XM y R. 9 Q' -A Ronnie Jones. ls' W Row 12-Sandy Jones, Laura A. Jor- .Q E c N. ff . 4. ,J 2 M Z dan, Charles E. Joris, Martin Joyce, Bill .Q f QL' I 2. ,' if :Q 'l'i " 'cliff Kantz, Levon Kates, gs 'W wB','. 'li H H',4,' V 4' S R 1 R . Xx 1. H7 Mmm . ' 1 A ,. 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Row 7-William Long, Cecil Lorance, Jeraldine Jo Lounsbury, Tom McCaf- ferty, Lula McCain, Kay McCallister. Row 8-Dan McCarley, Lynn McCar- roll, Carla Jane McCray, Franklin Mc- Creery, Moya Kay McFarland, George McGowan. Row 9-William DeWaine McGunegill, Robyn McMillin, Jerry McReynolds, Larry McReynolds, Richard E. McVicker, Phillip M. Mahoney. Row 10-Judith Manor, Sharon Mans- field, David Markley, James Marks, Daniel W. Masters, Michael David Mer- rlll. Row 'll-Arvilla Mae Miller, Jerry Lee Miller, Judith Miller, Lawrence Michael Miller, Margie Louise Miller, Mary Louise Miller. Row 12-Myrtle Miller, Sherry Miller, Earl Mills, Harry Lasley Mills. Jimum Row 'l-Marcia Mills, Margie L. Mills, Sally Moodey, Jean Moody, Janet Sue Moore, Kay Louise Moore. Row 2-Pauline Sue Moore, Mike Morgan, Dennis Gene Morris, James Lyle Mort, Janith Dianne Myers. Row 3-Sandy Kay Myers, Marrianne Newman, Peggy Kay Nickols, Verna Sue Noble, Glenn Noel, Judy Norton. Row 4-James Oaldon, Sherry Oliver, Sheila Jane Olsen, Delene Orr, Peggy Diane Owen, Dan Oyler. Row 5 - Charles David Paddock, Thomas Authur Peden, Carol Palmer, Kendra Pankey, Sue Pankey, Marilyn Pardieck. Row 6-Tom Parkinson, Betty Ruth Parton, Beth Ann Parvis, Kaye Dee Payne, Saundra Pedigo, Edgar Pemble- lOl"l. Row 7-Sue Pence, Danna Penrod, Gilbert Peters, Michael Ptleeger, John Phillips, Cecile Pomeroy. Row 8-Paul Post, Barbara Ann Price, Vernon Scott Quinton, Donna Jayne Rager, Nancy J. Rahe, Bob Rainey. Row 9-Virginia Rainey, Jerry Reed, Alan Floyd Reese, Genalda Reese, Lu- cretia Rench, Lyona Louise Rench. Row 10-Celestine Reynolds, Patricia Ann Reynolds, Karen Lee Richardson, Nancy Lee Richman, Ronald Leon Ritchie George Roberts. Row 'll-Toby Roberts, Joyce Robert- son, Lois J. Robertson, Jan Ray Robin- son, Sharon Roe, Ann Roetken. Row l2-Linda Rolf, Tommy Rosehart Gloria Dean Ross, David Skeeter Routh. 1 -. 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"fV , l A i " I . i" V S E , 5 ,F Row 2-Francis Richard Sargent, Tom X. ti' , ' .ff rfflsiii Sasser, Stephen Sawicki, Thomas Scates, V Carl Eugene Schoeff, Paul Edwin , 2 T5 M gl A,,. M, Schooley. 1. ' If 'S sf . ,ref I' ,W VI 'W ' n 'V We Row 3-Sara Schramm, Nancy Kay ' f 22 if I ' Schuck, Stella Sells, Bill Senn, Jim Shaw, ' Virginia Shaw. , 4 ,K V YT-ir vu pm? , V., 1 il -3' R , ' ' -"5" I lliy ' ROW 4-Bill 5h9rWood,Ann Judy Shock, 'Uv A ' , Y a ' l" f J' Bob Shockley, Donna Mae 'Shoecraft, ' ff Anna Shuttleworth, Toby Sue Silverburg. - - 3 ii , Row 5-Gerald Lee Simmons, Roberta i, y x - 'os-.V , ,. 2 4 ,x t,.i', r V, ,B V .. Simmons, Thomas W. Simmons, Karl 'J I f Aww! Sims, Ronald Sipe. F A. ,Q fl' li .fm Row 6-Carolyn Sites, Calvin Spencer f- J, . H 6 -1 - fzly A fi ,Q Sizelove, Bety Skaggs, Duwaine Skinner, . . , i Wa... 'ff' ., He., Fred Slusher, Tim Small. 'Wg , 'V Row 7-Jane E. Smart, Connie Sue lf ' 'Q fav' 1' fr Q 'T ,Z - Smith, James W. Smith, Madeline C. ' V ' f-Z1 -7 ' 7 Smith, Orville Smith, Patti Jeanne Smith. r , ' 1 fbr, V '-.-' : .S . " I L 4" l 2245 A E Row 8-Ronnie Eugene Smith, William ,. 4 .IQ 4-., -2 an 62 - , L L. Smith, Sondra Snodgrass, Karen Jane - 1 A IVAVVA A ,,:, Y. Q gl gpaygjrai Larry Joe Stackhouse, Betty A X'-3 -lb ..,, ' v H J l l Row 9-Larry Stanford, Michael Stan- ? " , 4 U."7',, fin' ffl' 21,5 ley, James E. Starkey, Emory Starks, , 'V' -1' -X' 77 yi. ' T' David Steckman, Gordon Stellwag. , is is an tm. . Ig 1 . .L ,Ll in iw 4 Y, I ... Row 'lO - Claude Stephens, Charles ,A ,Nj f A I Q 4 W, A A, Stevens, Sarah Stevens, Edwin Owen Y., Q. fa' x 4' 5 ., V Stewart, Lester Tony Stewart, Tom , 2 ' l it X ,ti T' My 7 N " S 1' 3 SSX 44 tw . r ' tewar f' 1 1 y Row ll-Betty Ann Stine, James H. .,,. 'M' ' 4, Q mf, ji' S Stockett, Kathleen Stockton, Gaylord . Z "4 ' , 'f J ,W ,, Stough, Karen Eillen Swain, Dave Swan- at 'J 9 'I '- 'm son. 72 . f .A . . Q h 0 f ,I QQ, Row T2-Arlene Elizabeth Tate, Calvin , 41 It - :nf f B. Taylor, Danny Teague, Jackie Terry. O a x U , -J, , .ltuwvui L N - - as gg , L . is -1 I 3 tc. c ' 3 to 5. ' 7 H, r y Row l-Jan Thorp, Fred Thompson, N T. ff f' .l l. John Clarence Thompson, Arlene Thorn- g ', ell, Catherine Thrower. 5 A Q N .!,,,,. Q X. N . - Q X, f- 3. , '- .X an " A:,, S ' - 'L , Row 2-John Tinsley, Mary Ella Todar, li F ' V my Tonie A. Toney, Barbara Ann Tosh, Vacla W ' Belle Towles, Sherry Jean Trapp. 'Ts x Y A 9 '- BA 2 - ' , - -: ' -J V .- Row 3-Larry D. Trester, Jeanne Trout- X' , T' V ner, Lewis Troxell, Jo Ann Turner, Joyce ' l S Elaine Tuttle, Georgia Ullman. ax. F Row 4-Marilyn Kay Ulrey, Patricia ' -f-T kr 4.5 "dir . : -A Jane Underwood, Mary Jo Vanderburg, l X-' by 59 rf' Joyce Vandevencler, Jerry Van Matre, , h 1 Michael Van Matre. lh ' ,,x,A - il ' 'V - is ,- b . a Q. 4 ', - . - ', Q . Row 5 - Rayburn VanSickle, John -gk, X -Q.-. .1 V ' X Q M L Wagoner, Terry Wallace, Tom Walling, 'Q i lk- , P Woody Wantz, Bill Warner. l' K F X3i1"1"4 ' T gp. , "tw 5? ' NW, F ' Row 6-Judith Warner, Mildred Wat- .- f' Q-19 'itff ' " 'S ' 4 ' ters, Michael Wehlage, Michael Welty, " T ,. 'T - -i x ' i -- ' Waneta Joyce Wertz, Gary Dale Wheeler. W' M ni Sv. S 5' :M E Row 7-Carol Whetsell, Everett Russell A 4 G - B D .1 -, J. , Whicker, Sanford Whitacre,JeanneWhit- N 'cd -5, Y' comb, Joe Whiteman, Byron Whitted. T ' ' ' X W .:' ' 'W l ' . T Row 8-Phillip Reed Whybrew, Fred ., 1 I ,' A, K l S. Wiggins, Fred Evon Wilkerson, Stan- " Qi '- If 'ii' - f ' L ley B. Wilkins,.Wendell L. Wilkinson, ' F y L Larry Dean Williams. x h g J N ' QA , ' i ff . , . x H N i. A s Q frf Row 9-Mike Williams, Roy Wilsford, -ug 'T' - M ' 5, I' 3 Judy Louise Wilson, Bill S. Wingate, , '- L Vg yxw, '- u W . . . . ,, ! ' ' 4 1 5 ayne Winkle, William Winner. ,A -, ,,, N, 1 , l I - , 5' 3: Row 'IO-Bruno Wolfe, M. Wagner Wo- t xl' --L ,, 'Q X A 5 mack, Larry Wood, Lela Darlene Wood, 1' MY' ' , " ' , Y A . Aux I ' . U Gary D. Wools, Ora B. Woolums. X ,-. 2,,a5V.hi rt - im, Row Ti-Jerry Workman, Jim Work- 1 - x I - -. -:-4 1 '- man, Sally Worl, Beth Ann Wray, Gary I. g Y Q -' .-'-' -i -' .J J' WultT, Beverly Sue Wyant. FQ,-1, 234 F' , .5 - q 'is F V X . ' H .Silt . N 'R- Row 12-Leon S. Yoder, Linda Young- .ft-Q s' er, Janice Zearbaugh, Lois Zimmerman. if 91' ' T lg ix il 5' V, it 121 S C ' J 37 .355 . 74,15 snags, x "1 s .gba is .i i Q, gf N 5 H, 'il' "yi I '4'. 'VJ' 4 -'vyzu Q 149,22 A if Row -Rex Miller, Donna Rahe, Don Van Dyke, Marcia Peckinpaugh, Jank Buck. Row 2-John Gates, Phillip McCartney, Glen Scroggins, Phil Brown, Judy Lounsbury. Row 3--Greg Hurst, Bill Homrig, Bonnie Briggs, Shelia Garrett, Phyllis Valandingham. Row -Phil Cooley, Sandy Turner, Marie McCarty, Lucinda Foltz, Wanda McClanahan, Kenneth Berry. Row -Nancy Hurst, David Urban, Tyrone Jones, Judy Clifford, Mary Barton, Row -Mr. Wright, Miss Burgoyne, Mri Julian. SOPHOMORE COUNCH. OFFICERS Don Van Dyke Donna Rahe Marcia Peckinpaugh Chairman Secretary Treasurer SPONSORS Malcolm Julian Miss Jayne Burgoyne Byron Wright Chairman Social F'n0nC'Ul SOPHOMORE CALENDAR Sophomore Open House Central March 'I3 Sophomore Dance Student Center May 3 S Row 1-James W. Abram, Billy W. Adams, Bill Alfont, Mary Alfont, Mar- iann Allison. Row 2-Phyllis Allred, Bill Ambler, Freida Jane Amos, Bernard Anderson, Jayne Anderson, Ramona Ankrom. Row 3-Carolyn E. Armstrong, James H. Armstrong, Janet Faye Artrip, Michael Ashley, Nancy Ayers, Claudia Babbitt, Larry Eugene Badders. Row 4-Nancy Bader, Janie Bailey, David Baker, Helen Baker, James L, Banks, Ramona Barlow, Everett Bar- nard. Row 5-Roy Barnes, Steve Barnett, Karl Barnheart, Mable Barrett, Mary Barton, Jerry Baxter, John Bayman. Raw 6-Larry Beard, Warren G. Beo- ty, Betty Ann Beesley, David A. Bell, Phyllis Bell, Chic Benedict, Carol Jean Bennett. Row 7-Judith Bennett, Linda Ben- nett, Don Billings, Lydia Billups, Jesse Blankenship, Mary Jean Blazer, Hollis Blevins. Row 8-Jay Dee Bond, Barbara Boo- her, Martha L. Borror, Judy Boswell, Sharon Bowen, Bill Boyle, Gretchen Brachvogel. Row 9-Carolyn Bracken, Philip Brad- burn, Sharon Brady, Buford Bramlett, Elizabeth Kay Brammer, Marilyn Brand, Alberta Branson. . Row 10-Ron Branson, Barbara Brat- ton, Linda Joanne Brenner, Shirley Brewer, Bonnie Briggs, Larry Brockels- by, Paul Brogan. Row 'li-Pauline Brogan, Peggy Brooks, Grover Brown, Phillip Brown, Willoughby Brown, Robert Broyles, Mary Buchanan. Row 'I2-David Buchner, Flora Buck, Stewart Buckmaster, Darrell Buis, Thomas Robert Burch, Mary Jane Burk, Bruce C. Burkett. vi V L- - 'Q :.: W T - V X, li lx . H' V F l - f 'I 11' 2 'fl Q fj. ?f L is ' ' 3- L 'Mi . vb 'X' Q R ' ,: 2 5 y :va 4... Q., V -7.1 . if-f 'l , if .f 'J B, B- WN l' TX J' Q ,,.... 1 if, ' VT .L . Q Q V6 " ' ' ' , . 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J' Cf 0' .1 ,N - , j 1, 5- ' 5 Y N 5137 'Sf Raw LW 'M "lx, 31-9 rxael 'HW "' J, Q- Y- ' A, 1. . :Q l w . l 'P' D' it 1 W . ' 4 f J D 1 fs AQ Jef? .A fe . :f ,N 4 ' Q ,. 1 '+V , , ..., P rm XA X ' LN L A -,, c f , 'Af ' 1 " ff 'W4' ' ' ' ' ' -- - b F, - rs - : tt. X J N 1 if 'ti ', A cf I, A , i f AK 5.1 fl gk? :fl 1, 1 2 J ss .fc it F ' -7 m 111 N . f' " . . .' f Y' s 1 w 4,v, . my , V 1 ,. X A if ., wk ts. 1 i W . np A 1 W WA A Q. L , ,jg 3, ' N J" My . y g g y wa fe 1 t J , ,A, ff ' - 1 L., X f, K. 'C' V l ,R x 'mix ftwb 6 - .1 1 ' - -1 : l. , Q .5 - , 5' f Q 'W' J e - ' 7 D sf A kv ' 'AI' ' , 1 X lx ' . 4 MW- Q ' ::. 1 , c ? 1... . mit Q 4 A V 'K-'I s -AfA- l P ' 1' Wi ' it ,W 13 .f Q" -f C. ' ' ' :. : '3'bfn, if ' Zi l ,vu Q-tx f 1 - ',g.. , 124 4 'v ,x, 17- L 'xl "'-f f . L. ss-J l S Row 'I-Jayne Ann Burks, Roy Burks, Dale Burnsworth, Carolyn Burton, Dan- ny Burtt. Row 2-Lena Bush, Nelda Faye By- bee, Judy Cain, Janet Yevone Camp- bell, Larry Joe Campbell, Raymond Campbell. Row 3-Sondra Kay Canada, Thom- as Carey, Marianne Carmichael, Car- ol Carnahan, Clarence Carter, Phillip Cate, Ynonc Caudill. Row A-James A. Cecil, Gary D. Chalfant, Cammie Edward Childress, Gary Choate, Bill Church, Lynn Ann Church, Don Clark. Row 5-Frieda Clark, Jackie Clark, Judy Kay Clark, Ray Clark, Wanda Clark, Marion Claxton. Row 6-Dan Clevenger, Gary Clev- enger, Ruth Clevenger, Judy Kay Clif- ford, Muriel Coatie, Diana Cobble, David Coffman. Row 7-Gerald Leroy Cole,Jim Cole, Juanita Collett, Michael Collins, Mich- ael E. Collins, Patty Ann Collins, Jack Conn. Row 8-Leslie Conner, Thelma Jo Conningham, Timothy Cook, Phil Cool- ey, Linda Coon, Tom Cooper, Fred Coton. Rovv 9-Duane Cougill, Michael D. Coulson, Phillip Coulter, Tom Caving- ton, Karen Sue Cowgill, James Alan Cox, Peggy Cox. Row IO-Robert Crabtree, Janice Craig, Jayne Crist, Ocie Mae Cris- well, Bing Crosby, Larry Crose, Al Crouch. Row 'Il-Bette Crow, Norman Crow, Carolyn Crownover, David A Crum, Sharon Cumings, Pearley Cunningham, Betty Dalton. Row 12-Daniel Dalton, Pete Dan- iels, Rosemary Dargo, Dick Daugherty, Maxine Daugherty, Roger Davenport, Elizabeth Davis. S . I-1 , if X - . W f . i ..x.,, gl, ,.., ES , , I y- h. 1- , E Ri figs' xl: .E J X if ' Row 'l-Jerry Davis, Pat Davis, Ruthie Davis, Don Davison, Jeanie Deal. J, Q b Q Row 2-Bob Decker, Darrel R. Den- nis, Mike DeVault, Ruth Ellen Dibble, Carolyn Digman, Ambernita Dinwid- die, Row 3-Gwen Dollison, George Al Donovan, Richard Douglass, Tobie Douglass Judy Kay Douthitt, Barbara Dowlins, Joyce Downey. Row 4-Bill Dragroo, Sandy Druck- miller, Gale DuBois, Herbert Owen Dudley, Sharon Duffey, Phyllis Dugan, Susan Durham. Raw 5-Marilyn Dusing, Joan Du- vall, Ronnie Joe Dye, Wilma Jean El- lis, Jeannie Emdee, Sharon Enterkin, Ann Ertel. Row 6-Richard Ertle, Ralph Ervin, Warren Kenneth Estes, Charlotte Ew- ing, Virginia Eytchison, Nancy Fair- field, Joe Faris. Row 7-Rod Faulkner, Robert Lee Fears, Robert J. Fehrenbach, Wallace Finney, Nancy Flannery, Karen Fletch- er, J. Leroy Flick. Row 8-Linda Flick, Sharon Flowers, Shelley Flowers, Frank Foister, Cindy Foltz, Judith Ford, John Foreman. Row 9-Nancy Foster, Marlene Fouch, Donna Frazer, Mary Freed, Michael Freeman, Mildred Freeman, Helen French. ' Row 10-Nancy Fritz, Lana Jo Fruitt, Peggy Fryback, Wendell Futrell, Sheila 5. Garrett, John Gates, Richard Lee Gates. Row ll-Joe Gayheart, Bob Gentry, Tim Getz, Cyril Gibson, Paul Eddie Gibson, Donald Gillentine, Kenneth Gillum. Row 12-Pam Girdley, Allen Goet- cheus, Gene Gough, Joyce Gragg, Tom Graham, Mary Jo Gray, Richard Nolan Green. ,N 1 M -5 " ' V wifes? Y V: 'NQA1 V C 9 zyix S , X l I , ' M L .45 , ,... X ,if . ' ' l '- ' '11 .. ' - l X 'f'XN'1rllt' f' L W t . .Vx V ' . X: . Ja s V.---4.3-:X an g .1 . 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Row 2-Alan Hoisley, Carl Hall, June Hall, Larry Phillip Hall, Eleanor Halstead, Linda Harah, Raw 3-Elaine Hardy, Billy A Har- Iess, Norma Harley, Carolyn Sue Har- meyer, Patricia Kay Harmon, Clifford Eugene Harney, James Harrington. Row 4-Beverly Hartley, Jill Hart- ley, Patty Haskett, Jon Hatcher, Billy Hawkins, Karen Nadine Hayden, Je- mima Hayes. Row 5-Deanna Jane Haynes, Ve- tissa Hazzard, Sue Headley, Billie Heaston, Pam Heldenbrand, Linda Dar- lene Hellis, Howard Denny Helton, Row 6-David Heltz, Don Hendrick- son, Laureatha Henry, Gala Hensley, John Hensley, Shirlee Herndon, Jack Hershman. Row 7-Kenneth Hewson, Carol Ann Hiatt, Iva Hicks, Dorman Hill, Shirley Hillman, Gene Hinds, Margaret Lynn Hines. Row 8-Samuel Hirst, Robert Hitch- ens, Gary Hittson, David Hoagland, Ronald Hoagland, Michael D. Hodsan, Dave Hofheinz. Row 9-Bill Homrig, Walter E. Hop- kins, Juanita Hopper, Judy Hotmire, Merlyn Frederick Houk, Jerry Houston, Marlow Howard. Row I0-Shirley Howard, Harold Hudson, Ruth Ann Hudson, Roy L. Huff, Dana Kay Huffman, Jo Hughes, Mary Jo Hunt. Row 'I'I-Greg Hurst, Nancy Hurst, Randy Hutson, Molly Ingram, Betty Irwin, Daisy Irwin, Jimmie Larell ls- om. Row 'I2-Joe Jackson, Mary Ruth Jarnagin, Shirley Jaynes, Eddie Jerna- gin, Clyde Jester, Joan Johnson, Rob- ert L. Johnson. S Row I-Judy Jones, Tyrone Jones, Nancy Jordan, Peggy Ann Joslin, Pete Journay. Row 2-Gene Kaye, Patsy Keeley, Naiia Joan Keihn, Billy Keith, Donna Kelley, John B. Kelley. Row 3-Dana Kelso, Bobbie Jean King, Karen King, Mary Ann King, Marcia Kingen, Sue Kirby, Larry Gene Kirtz Row 4-Nancy Knafel, Juanita Ko- ger, Roger Koger, Gail E. Kuhns, Lar- ry Lake, Margaret Leake, Carolyn Leazenby. Row 5-Carol Lee, Beverly Leonard, Judy Leonard, Marti Lewis, Barbara Lindley, Frances Lindsey, Myrna Littell. Row 6-Judy Kay Lounsbury, Linda Lusby, Gayle McAlister, Larry McCaf- fery, Joe McCammon, David R. Mc- Cartney, Marie McCarty. Row 7-Thomas McCarty Wanda M. McClanahan, Shirley Ann McCord, Gary D. McCreery, William McDonald, Sue McDorman, Judy McKillip. Row 8-Tony McKinley, Sharon Yvonne McKissack, Leah McLaughlin, Merrillyn McNary, Richard Lee MC- Pherson, Judy Mader, Wanda Mae Mannix. Row 9-Shirley Ann Maples, Jim Marshall, Barbara Martin, Michael Martin, Philip Martin, Doris E. Mason, Harry Maxon. Row 10-Larry A. Mead, Barbara Melnik, William H. Meranda, Kay Mer- rick, Jean Elaine Merryweather, Bar- bara Meyer, Sharon' Meyer. Row ll-Charles H. Michael, Ron- ald Middleton, Sheila Middleton, Charles D. Miles, Dan Milhollin, Betty Miller, Betty Miller. Row 'l2-Janice Miller, Linda Miller, Nell Miller, Rex Miller, Molly Milner, Zula Minix, Danny D. Minor. as . a' '- , .. - V - , - , , e. 445. 9 - Q51 X wg- :Y-55-' ' at I 9 :gg x 4 l 1 - 'Q ... 1 cf, MW' x Q ' 1 K r 1 "X, lc H vsiilif M V. iii , 1. ,--fx A. r-A -sl . 1. f " f ' 'N ' Q X C h :Z 'xv :Y X- . ss.. Q, K M 5' ,,A. 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Row 7-Charles Pilkington, Brenda Polson, Edna Poore, Lula Mae Poston, Karen Powell, Pat Price, Queenesther Pryor. Row 8-Mary Lou Purnell, Donald Gene Qualkinbush, Nancy Qualkin- bush, Juanita Quevedo, Jerry Ratfety, Donna Rahe, Ruth Ann Rahe. Raw 9-Marcia Raines, Wendell Lee Raines, Ernest Leroy Rainey, John Perry , Rainey, Phyllis Jean Rainey, Bonnie Ray, Sue Reagan. Row 'IO-Leleini Reed, Judy Reeder, Sandra Reese, Jerry Dean Reeves, Gene Replogle, Deanna Reynolds, Henry Rhoades. Row I1-Donna Richison, Alice Ridge, James Riggleman, Ronald Rig- ney, Norma Ritchie, Joe Bill Ritter, David Robbins. Row 12-Bobby Joe Roberts, Clifford E. Roberts, Max Robling, Norma Jean Robold, Judy Rodecap, Mary Rogers, Jackie Romack. S . Row l-Anna Mae Rooney, Rosalie Ross, Ronald Rude, Linda Lou Russell, Rebecca Russell, Phyllis Rtherford, Judy Sailers. Row 2-Gaylon Sandefur, Georgia Sanders, Kent Sanders, Bruce Satter- field, Mary L. Scala, Anna Schulze, Larry Schuyler. Row 3 - Janet Schwer, Shirley Schwyn, Lavon Scott, Gale Scott, Glen E. Scroggins, Steve Seiber, Aann Sells. Row 4-Keith Sells, Joe Serra, Jack A. Sharp, Judy Shaw, Betty Sheffield, Phyllis Ann Shepherd, Donnie Sher- wood. Row 5 - Fred Shimer, Barbara Shockley, Donald Leroy Shoemaker, Jaan Shuttleworth, Larry Shuttleworth, Joe Simmons, Larry Simmons. Row 6-Ronald Simpson, Julia Sims, Mike Sipe, Flora Mae Sites, David Smartt, Darrell Wesley Smith, David J. Smith. Row 7-Donald Lee Smith, Larry Smith, Lee Smith, Mary Margaret Smith, Mattie Smith, Peggy Smith, Sandra Smith. Row B-Treva Smith, Twrenia Smith, Janice Lee Snodgrass, Larry Sorrell, Jim Reginald Southard, Larry E. Spang- ler, Barbara Spencer. Row 9-Larry F. Springer, Mary Springman, Linda Stevens, Kay Stev- enson, Phil Stewart, Carolyn Ann Stouder, Lee Strauch. Row 10 - Dave Studebaker, Joe Sruffel, Vivian Stults, Beverly Jean Sullivan, William Sutters, Sharon Anne Sutton, Charles W. Tate. Row ll-Carolyn Taylor, Phil Taylor, Marilyn Terrell, Mary Jane Terry, Dee Ann Thomas, James Glenn Thomas, Larry Thomas. Row 'I2 - Ethel Marie Thompson, Ronald Thompson, Ronnie George Thompson, Waynetta Kaye Thompson, Gary Thresher, Sallie Kay Thresher, Mike Timmons. "RQ: - 1 Q I AI., sr . A-iz. A NK ' W 'L ' . r f .. T f N1 fini, FTM QQ 2 : - . , C 1.-.J 9 - 4 V . . hi - ' -:s J u. M X A' x.l1,iL . A 5:- J 'tfixfz 14, . tr 5 4 ' ' -X . Q E 1, '-' 11, 5-1. X it 1 is -- 1 T ' "' ' . 'Q Q 3 ' G - - E: 1 3' 5: K - ' S39 "' ' J 3 . Y. Hi M J ' ill fl 'Hi iii' ,J Ax at -it .iii It 'ti affix . . 3 KX!-' X Q I X 1 , K nu.- fl 1 -N . fm.. - ' ' 1 , R ' 7 .C : ' S -Z Q AX tk ' ' . .1 - 'N F U V: J X1 illv 1 . il El .,.' Ti T . ,. : . W 2 1:35, K l-1 ' or D s 4.33. Y .Ne 1 - T' . a gl 1.1 w , hw QL Q, .zywgppil - er R 'T X J ' ' 1 -T -Q T 9 A J NV - cf :Y . 9 ' x W K l ff-It A, - Q wg e Q, L ,ASR , it 1' -x . I . SV t W in X. . 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Wilkins, Dixie Wilkinson, Judie Wil- kinson, Gwynne Williams. Row 9-Sylvia Williams, Wanda Lee Williams, Royce Willis, Anna Jean Wilson, Edith Wilson, Jerry Wilson, Kaye Wilson. Row 10 - Mary Kathern Wilson, Richard Wilson, Loran Richard Win- chester, Pat Wine, Nancy Winn, Jim C. Winningham, Lois Winningham. Row TT--Linda Wise, Greta Wolfe, Jerry Wood, Jack Wods, Judy Wooten, Jeanie Wray, Charles David Wright. Row 12 - Linda Wright. Ronald Wright, Jerry C. Yates, Jerry Young, Paul Zedekar, Mary Zimmerman, Sandy Zirkelbach. M H 5 v 6 fir:-Q" 5 V 4 ' . ' V ' , . " Fw, - 1 5 ,"1v . El? Liv , W i as ei tv! 44:11 if was' QW-V ,. """T9 ' , I1 , 'W I 5 'S . if sk , 'w SUE BRACHVOGEL MIKE MARK Editor Business Manager 4 .+L-f x MEM YQ ' fi 5 fy GEORGE PIERCE BOB TURNER Sports Editors x,,- . i 41' I A nn LINDA MARSH MARSHALL EVILSIZER Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager LINDA BYRD SANDRA HART CAROLYN SNIDER Senior Editor Junior Editor 'M-X DICK HANDLEY Photographer Senior Editor SPONSORS JEWEL STANDERFORD Editorial J. CARL HUMPHREY Business fax"-.a. I garmin 4 . ' Q -Lf-m ' . 1 ...,. 1 - Q X r. s 11,4 ui Iv ...Q ff .3 1,-,k , . y., - 5. g'.'..f., . ' -13. . -:V -np, . -,.- .. x. , .4 - 'J u - . V Q .L ' ,,,. , I H n t ' , f 'Q ko p 12 .- 5 1. Q 1 v 1 - , Q . WJ3- . . vw - 1. K y ' 1 .:,...-x , .I ' . P -, x ' k ,:A. .,W, , ,. .' ' 5, .I VIL.. . ,,,,:.1. :H f X- A' dh.,- ffl-. -2 13 . E . F ,' A , I ' ,,. , , I 5 L u r. 1, 1 L7-' Q., wi-- if gif . . J v,.:, 'L H mira.-,.2!v 4. .J rf 3' ,Ja f 1 A 4 -. V , ,. , I 1-- if-'-1 f,. -, 3 yr." ww 'Tv .'-.y 4 ,Ax r ni. i. l ? M , 1 . i . x. 4. , 12' ' ish- v.' 1 . , IL' . 1- ' frnf. -,S . V 'b ' 4 5' ' ' 'f 1 v , Y V . f --Qt -- 1 2 'W G - , . n M , 1 .fy . ff' . if, t if 5 If A -,faq 4'A ,tn '- 72:4 . 12,4 ,Y , V1 .. ,Wi .A -.J D x.', .Q nw - n A 's ,Q -l 535 if I ,f L ?2X"f". 451 .52736 Yes, this picture was taken in Central. Sharon Goen is sewing at the new ma- chines set in the modern cabinets. Jeanne Stautamoyer, Bev Riley, Suzanne Sasser, and Marilyn Bennington are enjoying the living room area of the clothing classroom. The girls of Miss McTurnan's clothing classes did the interior decorat- ing. Wouldn't you like to have a class in there? Bettm A lO 0-J ffw Off! l 'WH , f 1 , A., 4212 Wiley ,ff 64' f "f75a 47 ff W ff . fi Anyone walking by Room 'lO8A the third period would probably have to stop and take a second look. Yes, they are boys, and they are cooking! Credit must not only be given to these boys for undertaking such a difficult task, but also to Miss Burgoyne for attempting to instruct them. L":Cg '-if i '--Ll gil :'g.. ' ,.q ,-r iv?- 'L 4. v 5 .I , 5 ."fQ,i' ' R' -ij, '52 "May l help you?" Students par- ticipating in Student Store Day know that is not the correct way to approach a customer. James Fields, Jill Hartley, Jud Motsen- Sheet metal work was added this year to the many courses offered at the Trade School. Here Mr. Beerbower is shown point- ing to some detail in which Leslie Niccum, Donny Burtt, and Merlyn Houlc are quite interested. From the facial expressions, the work seems to be satisfactory. B0"Ll1AlZlwc X..-W L+' bocker, and Anna Shuttleworth are trying to figure out what the unpredictable Charlie Fritz will want to buy. What was it, Charlie? lt was probably one of their jobs. 5? Hifi Sophomore Open House provided the opportunity for parents of the underclassmen to meet with their teachers. This occasion was the first tor the mothers and dads to see the ix I l 4 1 if 5 f , .wmis Uh rooms in which their children spend a large part of their day. Pat Wyne, her parents, and her English teacher, Miss Bly, do not appear to be upset over her work. Congratulations, Pat! Mr. Edward Zetterberg, former chemistry teacher and now a mem ber of the school board, does not seem the least bit out of place In the chemistry laboratory. Mr and Mrs. Zetterberg returned to Central for Senior Open House and stopped to pay Mr. Budensiek, present chemistry teacher, a visit. Mmm Practically everybody enioys good food. So an important part of any open house is the refresh- ments. What better place to serve guests than in the Central cafeteria, specially decorated for the event! Marilyn Pardieck is making sure that her parents get plenty to eat and drink at Junior Open House. G' ,f 'Q ly.. 1,4 1' Can you can-can? Any senior the boys kept the audience in gales boy who was in the chorus line of laughter so loud that the dancers at Senior Open House would surely couldn't hear the music - not that agree that he could once upon a hearing the music would have im- time. Throughout the performance proved the dancing. i800 ami Editor's Note- This is the sequel. Just after the pic- ture was taken, Pete dropped all the books. Who' hoppen, Pete? Friendship! There are many differ- ent kinds of friendship, but this type seems to be the most popular at Central. Pete Yohler is trying to prove his strength to Joyce Whiteside by attempting the difficult task of carrying all the books. .merit 'Q : : lx 1 rift 4, 600115 3: 1 Students learn quickly that Central teachers are also their friends. Faculty members are always willing to help with problems, mathematical or other- wise. For example, here are Diane Druck and Elizabeth Bowles confer- The front hall clock and the trophy cases mark fa- vorite meeting places for Centralites. Sandy Turner, Molly Milner, and 'Rita Hunt seem to be listening to Mary Fellerhoff's explana- tion of some of Central's prized trophies. Or they could be getting ready to answer some of her ques- tions. Anyway, it's a friend- ly gathering beside the trophy case. ring with Miss Johnson. lt just hap- pened that Mr. Earley chose the very same time and place to advise David Clayton and Cyril Gibson. Of course, the photographer just happened along, too. -V..-..,... . .... S hilllinvf-'P kgs e :Q Ytxq A 1 ini gg :c,,.f.w ' .1-Q, fiif.g,x'X W , , .- c Q-.,. at frsitlii 1-1 X5 xiixx J. .gym 4- K . v-.W :. i .,,.f,k vw iq 4 "7 ff- " ' -f ' ., 9'-r "Testing, testing, testing!" Dave Reece and Tom Hoffman are experts at this, for they received top honors at the speech contest at Ball State Teachers College for dramatic inter- pretation and radio, respectively. Dave, the busiest fellow at Central- almost-is also chairman of the big production given each spring by the music department. "Musical Moods" was presented Thursday, May 9, in the Field House as a special attraction of Music Week. ol, it Two active seniors who have rep- resented Central well are Sheryl War- nock and Ted Findley. Mr. Chastain is shown delivering to Ted some of his assignments as vice-president of the state Junior Classical League. Senator Sheryl's bill was passed eat the annual Purdue Legislative Assem- bly. Ted, also a representative to Purdue, introduced a bill that passed. Sheryl was made the recipient of the annual D.A.R. citizenship award given to an outstanding senior. Norman Ashley, Arnella Kist- ler, and Nancy Barnet used to amaze us with their superior rat- ings in the annual music con- test, but now we are so used to their winning music awards that it is practically an everyday occurrence. One thing that has not changed is that we are still as proud of them now as we were when they brought their first honors to Central. George Eastman, president of the Distributive Education'Club, not only attended the convention for these clubs at lndiana University on March 6 but also gave a talk during the convention. For the first time Cen- tral was represented at the World Affairs Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio. Our representatives, Darwin Bybee and Tamara Schnitzler, were sponsor- ed by the local Rotary Club. Q? School out for the afternoon begins the glorious spring event, Field Day. We have a parade of floats through the downtown area and suddenly we recog- nize some teachers, we guess them to be the iudges. With their pencils and papers we think we hear some comments, all favorable of course. Our float will win-excitement is at its peak. As the parade reaches Tuhey Park, we find that we have won the float con- test. This is not the end, we forget about our award and go on to win more. The egg-throwing contest is next on our list. After we have participated in z V'- l 5 lf 4 ' I 1 t ,A I wb-1 "TVX . ff 9' I Xa ' l8 We lwweo, this event, we are splattered with egg from head to toe. lt was worth it for at least we placed. We go on to watch the boys in the tug o' war. Our class won and now we are bound and determined to win the rest of the events. As the afternoon draws to a close, we notice that we have won almost all the events with some of the awards scattered through- out the other classes. We are about to leave when we see the Queen and her attendants, still as pretty as they were in the parade. ln the evening we have not come to a complete stop for there is a dance at the Field House and we really are tired, but not tired enough to stay home from the completion of a day that was really "a ball". , 1 'h , 'fm Q - ' S ., QQ ' 9' '- i V-. ,, 4' .x f K' X-.al ' ill 4 , '- 1 4 . .ah K A 8 -" 'x ff l? r We :si .g ""'! fm , UA mf if More than likely you have never seen balltltzfi Waq We, at Central, are fortunate to have a good selection of convocations. De Yip Loo presented to us his coun- try, China, in an educational but hum- orous fashion. We were told of his people, his country's customs, his language, and his way of living. Most of us had a new outlook on China after this convocation. De Yip Loo did not bring his assistant with him. He is none other than our own Kilroy - Dave Wehlage. "Get that ball, get it, get it, get it." The rousing cheers backing the comical basketball players were screamed by the faculty ond the students. This pep session was student-planned with teach- ers and students participating. For once, the students won. ii 'C- Z lil' K S a football of this type on the playing field, however, you did see this one at the Senior All-School Dance. This balloon- filled football was created by Sheryl Warnock and hung from the ceiling of the Field House, suggesting the theme, "Pigskin Frolic". Where ore they? John Mc- Keever ond Phil Cox are puz- zled os to where their dates have gone. It was iust going to be one little minute, twenty minutes ago. -Serum Pfwm Always we will remember the Junior-Senior Prom that was a masterpiece of design within itself. Gale Tschuor designed and built the backdrop, a blue and silver cut- out star. Mike Huffman was responsible for creating the effect of twinkling stars in a blue sky by dangling them from helium-filled balloons. The theme, "Blue Star Dust", was carried out very effectively. Everyone agrees this dance was a dance worth remembering. Intermission finds Darleen Brown and Wanda Swift with a chance to "freshen up" before returning to their dates and the remainder of a glorious evening. No, No. this isn't Terry Barlow's outfit for the Senior Ball! He just volunteered to serve as a dressmaker's dummy-no offense, boy-when Joann Heuer, Juanita Waln, and Willie Fensel were checking on a new dress for the dance. Dave Wehlage stands ready to come to the aid of his fellowman, , YQ Senior Uff' i "Now, stand up straight," cautions Bob Turner as he measurers Linda Byrd for cap and gown. Carolyn Snider, next in line, smiles as she realizes that it won't be long now .... the gown for grad- uation, that is. . 1 f e' ' , f' , fr .' ,. f.f,-,L-:',,-'Sz claw, :1,f,-.f' 5 yi-P '5j.f7ff1'v f' ,Q i .,f,.,,,.fefe,+v f , -m5:,,,.f ,y:',:,'.m,w . f ' +5 .- - , ,Q f ff X A - Via:-rf2r .2 ':35'1,f53f:'f:,'i, ' WW ,f,5ap5gfC,, ' H :-' , , 1 1 r ':,gf5s5:ff1:g ' , ,A - " 1-::.':l':.m .f:,,f" '23 ff: . t are 'f wwf- . ' ?:.f 5 I, 'air-ins' uri P ,st-f Some apple blossoms bloomed late this year in spite of the early spring. These hand-made ones to be used to decorate the cafeteria for the Mother's Ls Tea are being done by Lynn Holt, Julia Anderson, Janet Pratt, and Carolyn Gray. ' ' tlieigiowitoaclmeaftli I Thank heavens, carrying home books for the last time! Janice Heltz, Sara Cunningham, Linda Whitney, Jimmy Giles, and Ronnie Kronz greet the close of the year with big smiles. But hasn't any- body remembered that all of them are headed for college next fall? How about the load of books col- lege freshmen lug around? WF Just making sure their names are on the seating list for Bac- calaureate and Commencement are Kay Freed, Barbara Poor, Marshall Evilsizer, and Mike Mark. Since these four are in the upper half of the class, they evidently are really checking to see who's sitting next to whom? Happy, everybody? ' a wx was i X .X J -.tc ,MM 1 1 Q... Q., V1 sc. , V S Wtfiti-f. fgqk. Q, ' - ,,5,-,-,ggm ,R Eufw, , ,AM ., if W, W., V , N X, xgsf..-5--ff-13.9-r -"SM,'v'+4 L -P, '- gi .5 . .Q ,.s:, 1- . - ' f: fv . H Q .M N szehaf fm , f, 'Q :- J r ' if :- , , ' , " wyfxgm ,,.::,.,.. o. N, - tif... ' ps -Q-:ff X' . i 'F fa, ,lx X S N -ff-,yr-1, . A Q nw my A ,, am, W --7, , 5 1 4 uw ' if v W2 wofhli f jj Qtf'QE,3:a,5 if z :Wiz . , ,. A , Q A A W V " 1 I , ' ' -- , l ' ' . Zffffllif " '5'sif3?: . 42 ,. L ' . 'Vw . Y. fri' ' Hliiiglft'-f'I5 ' 1' wif' ' 'J 5: ,i'443,f, ,-.,,1 255 1.1 fl pf, -71 .532 2J.Q::?7 ,K ,W 4 me V I -Ln, , 15:5 . vi 1 '3 wg :, 1 71-ff'3"2 i2:JZ": ' am- if 5 ' J: ' ',z',', N, G in HH 'li i i "i, q- 3'-"fM r1 mln Q up . -fm 01. Hamm Socifefai C gg:- F Row 1-Mary Fellerhoff, Jackie Kennedy, Wanda Jones, Nancy Barnet, Jane Harper, secretary, Ted Findley, president, Martha Garrett, Claudia Creagmile, Sara Cunningham, Elizabeth Bowles. Row 2-Nancy Eley, Kit Carson, Sandy Jones, Janelle Coons, Janice Heltz, Sheri Hochstetler, l.ynn Holt, Sue Brachvogel, Mary Carroll Church. Row 3-Larry Helms, Sue Hunt, Rosalie Curts, Joan Foster, Miss Eleanor Jean Bly, sponsor, Mr. Chastain, George Houk, Diane Druck, Darleen Brown, Rita Hunt, Willoughby Fensel. Row 4-Donnie Demas, Ronnie Crouse, Ronnie Demos, John Chase, Leonard Hasse, Garry Hanson, Phil Clark, Norman Ashley, Ronald Kronz, Jimmie Giles, Donald Kuhns. Row l-Mary Belle Wade, Martha Whiteman, Elizabeth Wade, Janet Ward, Tamara Schnitzler, treasurer, Dave Wehlage, vice-president, Marianna Snider, Carol Stewart, Joan Trusty, Carolyn Snider. Row 2-Linda Marsh, Sue Pence, Norma Rude, Barbara Price, Marilyn Ulrey, Nancy Schuck, Jeanne Troutner, Sally Moodey, Beth Wray, Sherry Oliver, Sheryl Warnock. Row 3-George Pierce, Dan Oyler, Nancy Lacey, Miss Eleanor Jean Bly, sponsor, Mr. Chastain, Waneta Wertz, Carla McCroy, Martha Smith, John McKeever. Row 4-Jim Rahe, John Wagoner, David Steckman, Mike Wehlage, Woody Wantz, David Reece, Donn Roberts. L x I u in vudmmdtuduvbl' ' Pufuhwll ' Va , v Y f IL-X , .f ' " f Row l-Dave Wehlage, Nancy Barnet, Tamara Schmizler Sheryl Warnock ed Flnclley Row 2-Phyllis Findley, Donnie Demas, Kit Carson Pete Yohler Row 3-Mike Wehlage, Diane Druck, Ronnie Demas Row 4-Jimmie Marshall, Harry Maxon, Joe Fans Larry Pazal Deleqwtmw A Row 'I-Martha Whiteman, Suz- anne Sasser, Mary Belle Wade, linda Marsh. Row 2-Nancy Schuck, Janelle Coons, Sandy Jones. Row 3-Larry Bell, James Stephen- son, Bill Ludington, .lim Rahe. Row 4-Larry Helms, Bill Graham, Mike Lawell. Mod1alllNA .r , 27 Youth Fofuun A Ziff 3' , 1 1 1 'elk W - AMN V' If! V T 4'- " 'f LY. X , U i -I . 47 N sw r A -., N .. 4 Row 'I-Judy Norton, Judy Green, Linda Marsh, Barbara Current, Janice Heltz, Darleen Brown. Row Warnock, Sue Brachvogel. 2-Nancy Barnet, Diane Druck, Phyllis Findley, Tamara Schnitzler, Jane Harper, Sheryl Row 3-Mr. Rice, Dave Wehlage, Dave Reece, George Pierce, Dan Oyler, Mike Wehlage, Mr. Chastain. Row 4-John McKeever, Bill Graham, Phil Cox, Ted Findley, .lim Rahe, Kent Howard. OFFICERS DAVE WEHLAGE BARBARA CURRENT LINDA MARSH President Secretary Treasurer SPONSOR HOMER C. RICE The purpose of Youth Forum is to acquaint the members with current world problems and create an interest in useful debate. The club's meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the homes of members. One must have average grades and be an upperclassman to be eligible to become a member. Each spring the iuniors entertain the seniors with a picnic at the home of one of the members. Book Guild iff Row 1-Joann Foster, Willoughby Fensel, Dave Wehlage, George Pierce, Jane Harper, Janice Heltz Row 2-Sandy Hart, Janet Kimbrough, Carolyn Green, Sandy Jones, Phyllis Findley, Tamara Schnitzler, Darleen Brown. Row 3-Linda Marsh, Nancy Schuck, Kit Carson, Ronnie Demas, Ted Findley, Mike Wehlage, Sheryl Warnock. Row 4-Bill Ludington, Bill Graham, Dave Steckman, Miss Wade, Mr. Chastain, Larry Helms, John McKeever. OFFICERS GEORGE PIERCE JANE HARPER President Secretary WILLOUGHBY FENSEL DAVE WEHLAGE - Treasurer Librarian SPONSOR MISS MARY E. WADE To increase the good literature in the libraries of members is the pur- pose of Book Guild. To be eligible to become a member one must main- tain a B average, have an interest in good books, be a good English student, and be an upperclassman. Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednes- days of each month at the homes of members. A special event is the annual Halloween party to which members come dressed as characters from books. Also the junior members have a picnic each spring with the senior members as honored guests. At Christmas the club prepares a basket for a needy family. Math Club OFFICERS DARLEEN BROWN NANCY SCHUCK President Secretary GEORGE HOUK JOAN ALTHERR Vice-President Treasurer SPONSOR MISS HELEN MORRISON Anyone who has had at least one semester of mathematics and main- tains a C average is eligible to become a memb f M h Cl b. Th er o at u e pur- pose of the club is to stimulate an active interest in mathematics. The meet- ings are held the first and third Wednesdays of each month at seven p.m. in either Room 211 or Room 204. As cz special activity this year the club decorated the Christmas tr , ee which was in the front hall. The decorations were in the shape of geometrical objects. Another special activity is the annual picnic held in the spring. 5 Q. sw . 1 ,. tttvffgf TIwM ' If Row 'I-Zona Zearbaugh, Jeanne Stautamoyer, Nancy White, Marilyn Moore, Marcia McCarthy, Elizabeth Bowles, Ann Fox, Wanda Jones. Row 2-June Haney, Marilyn Bennington, Cynthia Gerhardt, Joyce Jones, Pauline Moore, Sara Cunningham, Claudia Creugmile, Sheryl Warnock. Row 3-Margaret Howell, Jeanne WI-nitcomb, Toby Silverburg, Sherry Oliver, Carmen Smith, Sharon O'Meara, Sheryl Jones, Kendra Pankey. Row 4-Mike Merrill, Darwin Bybee, Monte Hensley, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Chastain, Phyllis Findley, Pat Hammond, Rosalie Curts. EDITORIAL STAFF NANCY WHITE Editor-in-Chief PHYLLIS FINDLEY, JUNE HANEY DARWIN BYBEE, MONTE HENSLEY Co-Assistant Editors Co-Sports Editors SHERRY OLIVER WANDA JONES ANN FOX JEANNE WHITCOMB Feature Editor Date Book, Clubs Exchange Editor Exchange Column Editor ZONA ZEARBAUGH SHARON CONQUEST JONES Crossword Puzzles Inquiring Reporter SARA CUNNINGHAM, JEANNE STAUTAMOYER SHARON O'MEARA, CLAUDIA CREAGMILE Co-Centralites Column Scene at Central ' MIKE MERRILL ROSALIE CURTS Photographer Typist BUSINESS STAFF ELIZABETH BOWLES SHERYL JONES, MARILYN MOORE Circulation Manager Co-Advertising Managers TOM CLAYBURN Printer FACULTY ADVISERS EDGAR HENDERSON CLAUDE RIETH, DONALD MARSHALL Editorial Printing Jlmim Cbmiwl Lemyw gi OFFICERS NANCY SCHUCK DAVID STECKMAN, JANET KIMBROUGH DIANE DRUCK Quaesfor Consuls Scribe SPONSOR ROBERT W. HANCOCK V4 'QA f P V1 R, I A' H""1'k-'H W ' 1 Fwwh Club 2? DARLEEN BROWN JOSE SERRA French Club President Spanish Club President SPONSOR MISS LAURA LINDEN p1mlf1hC wie Club 5 N Row Row Row Row I-Miss Swartz, Darwin Bybee, Jackie Kennedy, Michael Manor, Linda Cooper. 2-Linda Callahan, Welda Bybee, Jean Merryweather, Janice Miller, Shirley Schwyn, Janelle Coons. 3-Jo Nelle Koger, Janet Kennedy, Eleanor Bishop, Rosalyn Brown, Judy Manor. 4-Mike Ashley, Ronnie Middleton, Billy Beebe, Earl Mills, Monte Hensley, Mr. Chastain. OFFICERS DARWIN BYBEE MICKEY MANOR President Vice-President JACKIE KENNEDY LINDA COOPER Secretary Treasurer SPONSOR MISS HELEN SWARTZ The purpose of Bible Club is to help the members have a better under- standing of the Bible and ioin together those young people who are interested in Christian Fellowship. The meetings are held on alternate Thursdays in Room 316. Any person who maintains average grades is eligible to become a member. A party is held once a month at the home of a member, and at Christmas and Thanksgiving the club gives baskets to needy families. 'CM bl Row Row Row Row Priscilla Haskett, Judy Burgess, George Eastman, Dee McCubbins. 2-Joyce Curtis, Shirley Hardwick, Alta Sanderfur. 3-Gary Nalley, Jack Bragg, Dan Rawlings. 4-Gene Lindzy, Mr. Chastain. OFFlCERS GEORGE EASTMAN JUDY BURGESS DEE McCUBBlNS President Secretary Treasurer T SPONSOR KENNETH D. COULSON Students with satisfactory grades who are interested in leadership train- ing in retailing and wholesaling may become members of DEC. The Central club is affiliated with both the state and national organizations. Monthly meet- ings are usually held on Wednesdays. George Eastman and Gene Lindzy appeared on the program for the state convention held March 6 at Indiana University. Dee McCubbins placed second in judging sales demonstrations, quite an honor since ninety-nine students corn- peted in that event. Dee, George, and Jack Bragg also attended the national convention held April 24-26 in Oklahoma City. Tru,-HL-Y Club 2 OFFICERS JANICE HELTZ LARAE HUTSON JANET KIMBROUGH LYNN HOLT President Vice-President Secretary Treasure' SPONSOR MAX KELLEY :UAL 53 i-IL-Ye OFFICERS JERRY WILLIAMS MARSHALL EVILSIZER Pregidenf VlCe-PfeSidEhf JOHN CHASE BILL GRAHAM Secretary Treasurer SPGNSORS MAX KELLEY HOMER RICE Every Thursday night at seven o'clock the Hi-Y Club meets at the Y.M.C.A. The purpose is "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, com- munity, and school, high standards of Christian character." Any Central boy is eligible to become a member, but he must first pass a test on the Hi-Y con- stitution. Members of the club sell pop corn at the football and basketball games. Fa' Fwtww I-I ol, Anwwca Q Gai CHAPTER ONE CHAPTER TWO CHAPTER THREE SHARON KISTLER NANCY CHESNUT BETH WRAY President President President MISS MARJORIE LUCE MISS DOROTHY KRIEGER MISS JOAN MCTURNAN SPONSOR SPONSOR SPONSOR JI 1 Y-Team OFFICERS SOPHOMORES JUNIORS - SENIORS DANA HUFFMAN KATHI KELLEY President President JUANITA QUEVADA PHYLLIS MINIX Vice-President Vice-President PAT WINE SUE INGLE Secretary Secretary RUTH ANN FELLS JOYCE POTTER Treasurer Treasurer S P O N S O R S MRS. CLAUDINE JANES MRS H. T. THOMAS FIRST STREET CENTER SHIRLEY THORTON President DIANE BURKS Vice-President HELEN WILLIAMS Secretary SANDRA O'NElL Treasurer MRS. ESTER BURKS To grow as a personp to grow in friendship with people of all races, re- ligions, and nationalities -these are the aims of Y-Teens. During the year the club has money-making proiects. The money that is raised is used to send girls to the conference. Other projects include making seasonal favors for hospital patients. C Band Not only does the band give special concerts, but it also performs at every home football and basketball game. During football season the band ap- pears in formations on the football field. During basketball season the game is always preceded by our National Anthem played by the band. OFFICERS BOB MCCREARY DAVE REECE President Vice-President CARLA MCCRAY LINDA COOPER DON WATERS Secretary Treasurer Reporter DIRECTOR DON R. PARLETTE Cewbwl 0'll5l1l'A'l'ML Practices for the special evening concerts and the school convocations at which the orchestra appears are held during the fifth period. Chili suppers are sponsored by the orchestra to raise money for the organization's trip to Chicago in the spring, this being the special project. 1 1,777 Y I j , OFFICERS DARLEEN BROWN KAY STEVENSON President Secretary NORMAN ASHLEY PAT UNDERWOOD Vice-President Treasurer DIRECTOR ROBERT E. DWIGGINS C C ' OFFICERS MARY CARROLL CHURCH LARRY ROBERTS DIRECTORS Vice-President, 2nd Vice-President, 6th GLENN A. STEP'-E-I-ON E I LIAMS J RRIleydLn,f CONNIE BENADUM JOYCE WHITESIDE Second Secretary, 2nd Secretary, 6th ERNEST BOYER MARILYN MOORE MARIANNA SNIDER Sixth Treasurer, 2nd Treasurer, 61h A-Gifdi ' ,-, OFFICERS NANCY FRITZ NORMA HARLEY LAVON SCOTT SAND? DRZICSEMILLER Vice-President, 3rd Secretory, 3rd Treasurer, 3rd res: en PAM GIRDLEY JACKIE GRIMES PAT Wyne Vice-President, 7th Secretary, 7th Treasurer, 7th I m3'I'l'- ' T DIRECTORS GLENN A. STEPLETON Seventh ERNEST BOYER Third - E 5 , I I 43 Smimli ' Row 'I-Larry Roberts, Sandy Davis, Jo Ann Heuer, Carolyn Gray, Tom Hoffman. Row 2-Suzanne Sasser, Judy Prosser, Rochelle Lapin, Wanda Swift, Marcia McCarthy, Martha Garrett. Raw 3-Miss Stillwagon, Dave Wehlage, Dave Reece, Mr. Chastain. Although the senior dramatics class the first semester prepares a number of short programs, the big project is always the annual senior play. This year the seniors chose to present a very difficult play of the type not usually done by high school performers. The setting was a private sanitorium forthe mentally- disturbed, whose inmates were much saner than the people outside. Presented with sympathy and understanding, the play was warmly received by aud- iences both nights. . "THE CURIOUS SAVAGE" By John Patrick Central Auditorium November 7-8 CAST OF CHARACTERS "GUESTS" OF THE CLOISTERS THE SAVAGE FAMILY Florence .. ., . .. .,.... Wanda Swift Sam ..., ....,.,.,....r..r............,.... Larry Roberts Hannibal r.,, Charles Fritz Titus ,.., ,,,,.,, . Dave Wehlage Fairy May .,,..,.. Judy Prosser Lily Belle MCl'1l'1U GUYYBYT Jeffrey ,,..... Tom Hoffman Mrs. Savage Sharon Conquest Mrs. Paddy ..,. Jo Ann Heuer Miss Willie THE CLOISTERS STAFF Suzanne Sasser Dr. Emmett PRODUCTION STAFF Phil Johnson JUD MOTSENBOCKER MARCIA McCARTHY Lights DAVE REECE CAROLYN GRAY RUANN CAMPBELL BONNIE CROUSE ROCHELLE LAPIN Make-up Wardrobe Stage Set Hand Props Set Props SANDRA DAVIS MISS DRUCILLA STILLWAGON Prompter Director JUD JunmD ' if it 0 , sew' P N '4 " .. 4 it 5512351 Row Row 'I- 2- '1" 'ffm . 74,313 'Ai Ev, 1 " get Cynthia Gerhardt, Arvilla Miller, Lynn McCarroIl, Joyce Jones, Maralyn Coop. Gloria Ross, Sally Moodey, Miss Stillwagon, Mr. Chastain, Linda Cooper. Row 3-Kendra Pankey, Pat Hammond, Barbara Price, Kit Carson, Pat Dicer. Row 4-Ann Roetken, Susan Michaels, James Harper, Jim Ancil. Junior dramatics class is scheduled for the second semester so that the spring play is given by the third-year students. A delightful comedy was pre- sented 'For audiences who thoroughly enioyed themselves. As usual, the back- stage crew worked hard to insure the success ofthe play. Although these peo- ple do not appear on stage after the curtain rises, without them there would be no play- at least not in the form it finally assumes. Agatha Brownlee Irene Brownlee . , .. "Corney" Boggs Mother Higgens ..,... Effie Tilsbury ........ Anna Thorne MOTSENBOCKER Lighting KAREN SNYDER Hand Props PHIL JOHNSON Senior Assistant "GOOD NEIGHBORSH By Robert Ray Central Auditorium April 9 - I0 CAST OF CHARACTERS Sue Michaels Kit Carson Marolyn Coop Linda Cooper Lynn McCarroII Ruth Norton ,. Polly Tripp .,.... Janice Boyd , .. .. .. Theodora Waterman Samuel Kinsley ...,... ,. Barbara Price Pat Hammond Arvilla Miller Ann Roetken James Harper Kendra Pankey Merle Norman , Jim Ancil BACKSTAGE CREW KIT CARSON JOYCE JONES Stage Manager Prompter CHAIRMEN BETTY SKAGGS GLORIA ROSS DOROTHY BIEHL Make-up Costumes Set Props SALLY MOODEY SUE LAMBERT Stage Set Publicity MISS DRUCILLA STILLWAGON MISS HELEN SWARTZ Director Faculty Assistant l 7 I , I Published by 1957 Stal? Cenfrol Senior High School Muncie, lndiono SPORTS... mi fmuunianmf mm l I i VX Wills !!! 22 if an t - SI In H8311 el Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 24 Nov. 2 ...,,,,.,, - f:f,,v', , ,.1f.,.,, . 32'i3-I'f'J,f141Lf "iff ' 4 -' , 7, 1,-o,1,'4' . ff 1:1 A ,, 'jwygqmfeiz y,f,4,54,Wcfgfz,z 1,1 , ug, , - 4v3,,,.- , , , , I Q , , f " - -' ,gf - 'i113L,,g-,,,7ffz-I 114 aff fj . 5.1 5 - , , f 4 y , ,,-, 1 - , i ' ' : 514 . ,- '-w1.ff4ff,f4,-, , V-. f-,.:,fn:': . 'H wwrf. fwf- 'Mfr . ,- - - , W, , .,t-,,, . . ,, .,,.,..,.-, ..., V ., ',,.. 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'-,2 tiff' -, fx. -x 0 1 4 01 Q -7 NORMAN Q ' v .1 rW BALL- N l GAMES AWAY Sept. 5 Central O East Chicago Washington 13 Sept. 28 Central 12 Indianapolis Technical 24 ' Oct. 12 Central 39 Anderson 13 Oct. 19 Central 27 New Castle 7 FA , lx Q. . fi Q dh, , if A ,...z 1, I V f 3 -54' - x ,, N CURTIS CHILDRESS XV ' fi! 1 I X l 7 XV Y Q U A ' A 5 " hh f 2 . Q 1 " roms roNsY mcx BRYAN 1 is 1 ff-ww: E i F 1 14 X-J ,Q ., Sth. V A A ' J ,, ' Pwr' Faso COLLINS ' ' J ' 1-4 Q' ' O MARVI-N CAMPBELL JOHN CHASE ll ' 1 L f ef A at ' , X l X ' . 4. ' -295, .fl . N ' l -- ' OX 552' X - R' ' if ., :FIT-N ' X 1' .G " , . ' ... - , X' N Qfygit -, N X - .Y st X ' -, .lr " f -:X h ' l . 'SML 146' f1 , i" 'w2 f,LL.Q-A -.-' ' - ' ' N A A l1fZ , Q?tfj.0QKAg0 . aiu. GRAHAM P - GEORGE MQGQWAN LARRY mwrnek - JACK aRoAowA1ER 'N ' . . in A . E ' hiya? 2 . .wh N5 M, we 53,5 'Q K , W- '14 C Football A Team Lexi .,NB0'n7S.'5fU'Wj.l,A3, 5 r - "riff Q ..7 2.5. . an. ,inn . ' 51 we' 1--'A Peres- 7-f,'selfi2'?t"Qie3"5"'ff' 'J -e'L"w5"'g:.'1'5C9r'1-r5ifff" -"H7w- A 4 2195 .626 J sf , vygb L61 Q-, is '77, . 5.30, X Kwai, Y 6.4 i K If a?56i'S9'fW'a si 'deff-sgffe we 77 V 5 ii' -' 3 ,. 0 .! n n .1 f iftffle2121' 4'f'wff J P- ,f V -.Zf-"ffln. so - 1 ..',. - .iff ff 4-.- 'iv jf Row 'I-Cammie Childress, Eddy Lockard, Bill Graham, Dan Oyler, Chester Taylor, Curtis Childress, Mike Huffman, Fred Collins George McGowan, lotha Cunningham, Dick Bryan, Ray Bayer, Norman Wilson. Row 2-Bob Noble, Jim Connell, Joe Faris, Gene Replogle, Allen Hays, Bill Amber, George Coty, Roy Burks, John Tinsley, Ron ala Simpson, Bill Church, John Hunt, Jim Harrington, Norman Crowe, Jim Reynolds. Row 3-Coach Antonini, George Burks, John Deeds, Dave Abrams, Jim Kirkaldy, David Heltz, Marvin Campbell, M. C. Gossett Larry Helms, John Chase, Tonie Toney, Don Benbow, Dave Studebaker, Daniel Urban, Larry Prather, Jack Broadwater, Randy Dan- iel, Assistant Coach Mench, Assistant Coach Davidson. Cenftfwl Football B Team G ', as 74' Q 42 X2 0515 ',Q A-X ' ,Q ' 1 ,as A -v-f se P1 .Citi Q gg dl 1-vu, Ron l-Bill Church, Gerald Cole, Norman Crane, Jimmie lsom, Jeffrey White, Larry Springer. Row 2fRoy Burks, David Heltz, Joe Faris, Gene Replogle, Bill Amber, David Urban. Ron 3-Ronnie Simpson, Carl Hall, Don Van Dyke, Jerry Voisard, Dave Studebaker, Cammie Childress, Richard Ertle, student manager. RoffA-Mr. Fisher, John Hunt, Dennis Miles, Jim Harrington, Dorman Hill, Wendell Futrell. 50 8542- '41 411' 'Il 'wa .2359 if 9.1 'Wf-Pi-wi' -E A X. X ' 5 1 5 A ,AA, , A 9 -N '- ,1 y 59"-5, xi? Y 7 ,f ji' 1 -- 7 7 E I M I if Q inn K t i ' t 2 , v e 5 I i W- K Jerry Van Matte ' Eg T? A GAMES AWAY , if if Q ' I I Aw - Nov. 23 Central 66 Fort Wayne North Side 45 1 ' ,' v, as Dec. 'I5 Central 68 Hammond 42 j X ' v Dec. 2'l Central 70 Anderson 62 l 9 i L D I "'. I if ' Jan. 'll Central 57 Lafayette 53 J "4A,,Ak A i Jan. 25 Central 55 Indianapolis Tech 75 I N S Qs," -AT, ,,,v,, :ink Feb. l Central 59 New Castle 62 - sl M W2 I KZ ' '- I-It Feb. B Central 59 Kokomo 50 A Z T ' 55 M Feb. 22 Central 55 Marion 61 be "' , ' g - Dave Satterfield 2? A 7 5 ff 3 L HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT SECTIONAI. ,Yi V ' Fort Wayne December 28, 1956 Muncie February 27-March 2 3 1 .L Central 71 Richmond 63 Ce,,,,c,l 71 Albany 44 5 lx Cenfffll 78 Marlon 33 Central 69 Gaston 47 fl it-L Central 71 Eaton 59 Q-.Y Central 68 Harrison 44 ' Henry Iohnson ir. ,, , A ,V , ' -2 .f - A A W - f ff?-'KN f ni , ' , I A A A S A-J 'I fl ' ,L V A I 1 . 4 ff, , xi 1 I L Hi f-,V Q V ' If ',,,. il rfv XX V 1 I -Qfylf 'C 6 if r""'f" A - 2 pf' it l l l A f, I ' - ,A Y .1 Y Q V ' ' a -,.!j y Y X : ' xg - 6' ' l f A 5 f I 6 ' 5 ' i ' G B k ' 1' l 601' C . 111' S , 3 L,..,,f if A g 4 f LT .Y 7 Charlie Hinds L-f 1 Dave Hofheinz- 4 Cewlml Baalwtbwll A Team Row 'I -Fred Clock, Dean Campbell, Larry Wilkerson, Dave Hofheinz, Charles Joris, Ora Woolums. Row 2-Coach McCreary, Bill O'Neal, George Burks, Dave Satierfield, Ted Sferretf, Jerry Von Maire, Dave Siudebaker, Henry Johnson, Assisfant Coach Adams. Cewtfwl Bwilwbball B T Row I-Siudenf Manager Richard Eriel, Bob Noble, Bob Baker, Charles Joris, Larry Spangler Bernard Adams, Coach Adams. Row 2 -Larry Arbogasr, Don Van Dyke, Dave Studebaker, Mike DeVault, Don Waters, Gary Wulf? 1 40" 9 5 .if fr BNI A w TABLE OF CONTENTS SCHOOL LIFE Pages 2-23 The main function of any school is to educate and prepare young people for the future. Education at Central does not solely confine students to the classrooms. You will observe in the section devoted to school life the way we receive an education . . . the Central way. lmmmm ORGANIZATIONS Pages 24-45 We, at Central, are extremely fortunate to have a well-rounded program of activ- ities. Because Central's student body is large, many people believe it is a task to gain recognition here. On the contrary, with our program it is easy to leave a mark in the history of the school . . . the Central way. 'I' Q e t i l i 1- I I fri Cenkfml Tfwwli Team GQ ll Vi ,JZ V, 'x 56 Row Wehlage, Row 'I-Assistant Coach Humphrey, Larry Springer, Dan Oyler, Roy Snead, Curtis Childress, David Jim Rahe, Bill O'Neal, Don Scroggins, Cammie Childress, Coach Wilson. 2-Donald Davidson, David Gibson, John Hunt, Jim Workman, David Routh, Gary Wulff, rkman, Fred Wilkerson, Larry Helms, Henry Johnson, Jim Reynolds. 3-Dennis Miles, Billy Alfont, Don Waters, Stephen Sawicki, Roosevelt Smith, John Chase, Bill Graham, Don Benbow, Alan Reese, Sonny Burks. Row 4-Charlie Vonderschmidt, Ronald Thompson, Dave Studebaker, Mike DeVault, Ronald Simp- son, John Bayman, Kenneth Arrington, Allen Hayes, Bob Roberts, John Jordan. Jerry Wo Row April April April April April April April May May May May May May 1957 TRACK SCHEDULE Anderson lA and BJ Winchester lSophJ Marion lA and BJ Muncie Relays Ft. Wayne South Side QA and BJ Kokomo Relays Richmond CA and BJ NCC Meet Sectional at Muncie Burris Anderson B Regional at Indianapolis Tech Richmond B State at Indianapolis Tech , it X js- g -'F' 'Q milf . -,Q - r ' :ij Agfgilf' - I :xml I A .iii Qj,Qj35: xy . " ' "7T:W'lffF?:,,,, 3, ""' "sin-rn n , E fivieb 3-sg I ' ' as Elyz '-X7 X-QL. ' J9- 4. 'T -9 xr W 7. x J.. !'3:s',.1 Eiff f Cfum Coamtfuy Stwte Clwmpzx I. -Qi, jf, H I, 1 iff' I L!-3, f' 'W I Q 2 WV: ,Q ' 9? X , .MV Q., "'.1"' ' . My ' , 4 net September 'I4 September I8 September 2'I September 25 September 28 October 2 October 9 October 'I3 October 'I9 October 23 October 30 November 3 58 ,Q z,,",' jail? 091' f fl ,' ,,fft. ,gif 'lie ,. I xi . 1 . , 1 .-5-ew 4 ' 1. .. , V ' ' , .Ag Row I-Fred Wilkerson, David Routh, Jim Rahe, Jim Wilhoite, Bob Schwer, Dave Wehlag Row 2-Assistant Coach Humphrey, Joe Baker, Bill Winters, Jack Cruea, John Bayman, Joe K t, Robert Patterson, Coach Wilson. CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE , T Central 29 Indianapolis Technical H Central I5 Indianapolis Shortridge T Central 32 Marion H Central 'I7 Richmond H Central I5 Muncie Burris H Central 25 Kokomo T Central 29 Anderson T Central 2n Shortridge Invitational Meet T Central 2n NCC Meet, Indianapolis T Central 2n Sectional Meet, Anderson H Central I5 Fort Wayne North Side T Central STATE CHAMPS, State Meet, n. 27 45 23 32 47 34 26 50 Indianapolis ,rig 4 RQ if pr' veg I 4'-pf. 'T A va M1 , 7 .51 '42 ,av K' I Q. r fy' R fm i 1 fiif-H: gi "'i'v.i, . I x 4 -2 4 ' 'f . f 4 .F B ,.. ' -L. . -5? 448965 1,.4'n .A-1 , V . v 1 ,- 2 4 wie' f Sw Ji 1 n f ' -, N 5 A 4'-QJNQ 5 fa A, cami wmwii, Team V- .,-fr---.. A-,MW ,, n Fifi- - L ii , - ,...r. .. . ms . V7 4, K va H- - ' ' ,i , , . 9 ' . 5 Z Row 1-Marvin Campbell, .lohn Hunt, Jerry Collins, Wendell Raines, Larry Springer, Student Manager Mike Merrill. Row 2-Coach Fisher, Ray Bayer, J. W. Abrams, Norman Wilson, lofha Cunningham, Ted Find- ley, Mickey Hodson, Assistant Coach Mench. 60 Iotha Cunningham, State Champ in 175 lb. division Ted Findley, Runner-up in 145 lb. division Norman Wilson, Heavy-weight division Marvin Campbell, 154 lb. division Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. WRESTLING SCHEDULE T Central H Central T Central H Central T Central H Central H Central H Central T Four Way Meet Central Central Marion indianapolis Tech New Castle Bloomington Richmond Kokomo Anderson New Albany East Chicago Wash'tn E. Chicago Wash'tn. E. Chicago Roosevlt. T NCC Meet at Kokomo Central 4th Place H Central 24 Southport IHSAA Sectionals Central 2nd Place T IHSAA Finals at Bloomington, Central Bfh Place CentfwlS' ' Team gg y seq, or ll. me T g : ff . 4 H 3 N' Ji 4 A F 5 K MPT, ,V A .. xxx, . qi. ,Le N V V , ,Iv-V W. I C 0 v ,. ' ' J ' I 1 . W C . " w, 1' T 2 W . a 57 , ' " ' X ,K X - -fr r. 1..- , "-" in ' 4 an 77 , ' i fl I . -4- - - 'J H' A3 I V l . E , 4 V , ,gi ., V -li----1 -- I 'Q N , - ,I x 5 J. ". , rf si W' Ti 'f H Rfifpx in J N -if A ' 5 I. I eQe+,e -fe f' ' uf f9w'!iU 1 --., , " ,, K --'- V' :f f.., f f" f ,, Nm .,., ii V .-.. - ' "Q f l L 4 ' C f L ...e.. , , . r , C . f . , J , ,Q 5.7 y g ,I . , . il' '. if M FT ' . ' .1 I ,' " 'A if A N - : I X ll 1 5 V' Q A .- If A in .f f. v ' ig. ,. 2'-f - . . , ' , - . P , " ', rust . in if J V .fl JF: . ff- it 4 f ' ll U ,A H . 1, 4 l .Q -Je' Yr A , e n , . -mn . Q K. 977, L , ' J at ' :K I-1.-it fi, L' . 1 .. . , - 2 - s- A 1, Q U 7 YVVV 4' 1 , -. ' Row 'I-Larry McCaffrey, Joe Simmons, Cyril Gibson, Robert Broyles, John Baymon. Row 2-John Phillips, Larry Blazing, David Routh, Alan Reese, Mickey Miller. December Jan ua ry January January February February February Row 3-Jim Rahe, Len Piftenger, Chester Taylor,,Pe1e Pippen, Jim Wilhoite, Joe Mansfield. SWIMMING SCHEDULE INTERCLASS MEET 19 H Seniors 41 Juniors 3l Sophomores 21 H Central 30 Muncie Burris 23 H Central B 32M Burris B 26 T Central 'IO Columbus ,, 5 T Central 37 Columbus 'l8 H Central 3l Burris 23 T State Meet at Purdue University. Central 5th in Medley Relay 23 47 43 M 67 40 46 Cmtfwl Bwmball Team Row 'I-Richard Ertle, Dave Benson, Dean Campbell, Eddie Lockard, Chalmer Vickers, Larry Walling, Chester Taylor, Fred Clock. Row 2-Bill Cunningham, Dan Benson, Jim Dominick, Mike Lawell, Larry Wood, Charles Joris, Emory Starks, Jack Broadwater, Ronnie Crouse, Dick Adams. Row 3-Coach Adams, Wendell Fufrell, Rex Miller, Don Van Dyke, Bob Noble, Larry Arbogast, Dick Thompson, Dave Hofheinz, Norman Crow. April April April April April April April May May May May May May May May May May BASEBALL SCHEDULE y 'I6 H Lafayette w r i 17 H Indianapolis Tech It - 18 H Richmond ' 23 T Marion T ' 25 H Logansport i 1 ,J 26 T Marion Bennett K: ,nf 30 T Anderson ff. " A N 5 'I H Royerton K, 3 T Kokomo 'X ' 7 T Hartford City yr , 'V 9 T Frankfort V .Aiwa 10 H Marion Bennett f , 14 H New Castle 9- . 16 H Portland 1 M 20 T Royerton 21 H Hartford City 'K 23 T Portland it 34. , f' '- Deon Campbell 1 C Gull, Team Q Q 'Q 19' ov, ian' Row 'l-Allen Keller, Gary Nigh, Lionel Lorance, Pete Pippen, Steve Barnet, Dave Steckman, Bill Buntin Row 2-Mike Merrill, Bob Christian, Tim Small, Joe F Charles Paddock, Coach Sutton. -C,, Lionel Lorance April April April April April May May May May May May May May May May May May May GOLF SCHEDULE H Alexandria T Anderson H New Castle-Marion H Winchester H Fort Wayne South Side T Winchester H Richmond T Batesville Tourney H Anderson T Marion T Richmond H NCC Practice-Frankfort Tech-Lafayette H NCC Practiceqlogansport Richmond-Marion T Fort Wayne South Side H NCC Practice-Anderson New Castle-Kokomo T Sectional Meet, Fort Wayne H NCC Meet T State Meet, Indianapolis CenicfumlT 'Team PC ,f""T' x ,. Row l-George Houk, Greg Hurst, Kent Howard, Pete Yohler, Phil Cox, Jack Cruea. Row 2-Toby Roberts, Joe Rankin, David Heltz, Fred Coton, Cyril Gibson, Estel Brown, Coach Olsen. 51 MQ. an .lf gg ' x A 1' L-. Phil Cox 12 -I 7 4 April April April April May May May May May May Moy May 18 23 25 30 2 4 7 9 'IO-'ll 13 14 2l TENNIS SCHEDULE T Fort Wayne South Side H Logansport H Frankfort T Richmond T Lafayette H Peru H Indianapolis Tech H Kokomo T Burris Invitational Tournament H Indianapolis North Central H Anderson T Marion Cocwlwt ji JN 'WN-Ga vw-4' N 'LBV S Carl Adams Mel Wilson Jay McCreary Ettore Antonini Baseball Track, Cross Country Basketball Football Assistant, Basketball Swimming Carl Humphrey Ed Olsen Hal Warren Ernest Sutton Assistant Tennis Statistician Golf Track, Cross Country Manager, Athletic Equipment ...gnu- 7k 'I C IVI 3 1:1 Dick Fisher Wrestling Assistant, Football Leo Mench Assistant, Football Assistant, Wrestling 252 .if-ffifs - rx., if 1. 'ist-is P W A Q' 3 H f -iii in ions. E 'MSS XT " . . -, .tt I - -,N ft Wg, , Y -'iii ,N V. . 5 5' ' ' X .A t',ii1 'i?'5 -"'s"wfF?6' L . 1 , ,, 1 Xvgi? Q W I s 3 f T I - : ' 1 , 5 N .. j, is 4, I, U ,-118, 5 4' B" .Ai I -r K - ' , ., " ' l pl? - Q- 5 it ' " ,. .zip-i , i "'f - 5-L5 tml Q i 'X K 5 :ski HB1 - 5- ' X- is, ,' Jim Marshall Richard Ertle Tim Getz Ora Woalums Fred Clock t 65 M:wu4o1,tlwCeivl7mlWaq SPORTS Pages 46-67 Sportsmanship and team support are as much a part of sports as the participat- ing teams. The Central fans are always behind the Bearcats, win or lose. It goes without saying, the fans and the teams of Central are usually content with the fine Bearcat record they have es- tablished together . . . the Central way. PEOPLE Pages 68-132 Eighteen hundred students and eighty instructors make Central what it is. The perky sophomores give Central a new look. The juniors and seniors flooded with act- ivities and other plansl and the teachers Ciust as busyl are always scurrying around our congested halls. As a whole we would not have it other than - - - the Central way. fn -1 -., '1 eh ' ,1 . I 1 ,f we '-Av M, ...vu -v 1' C Chem Leadefm Left to right-Judy Green, iuniorg Hope Diomond, iuniorg Borboro Currenf, senior: Charlie Fritz, sen iorg Bonnie Crouse, seniorg Sandy Druckemiller, sophornoreg Jackie Romock, sophomore. CC'BUmle 'Sf 'Q' . ,L -L..-:UM ilk- 5' 1--as Q. 9 -XE , as 5 'Y ,L wg -L-, fi .4-,f 2 SL ' -4 - L,-15 . ,. -225' bf. :dy-vxgkr 1213163-' X"-4 .A . 2, ' '- Q' " ff4' - " , f '1 X, " , ,A 5 F ,.4a, j ' 1. ggi- j fl ' , f b V-, xg w wxgfgs dh- L.. Q 7 , x gud 'W , N. P- f.gq,'iQT":w.. x -, V- ,:, ' E , ..j-.ig -149,55 , ,1 I - F x A - K Q- . wwf- .pf . -V - . l ,ddr - 1 K.. A - -ag" X Y-.11 , x , ' 1. L. kill,-- -. .V with .Q U! ""'4ln,Ka -f"'W.m-' mi . -- " -. f ' -5 ,' - 5 .-MY H , ' X, ' . LK va ' "YT ' "sf, ' ' RQ? -- -u A LN: qu 1 gg. . I A" , ,, 'J' nl' . iq- " 67 PEOPLE... I fv? 71 , I 1 nf, Q5 , , L,a,ff,',w X yay! 14 gr ,f M ,,, , - 7 . . , 4. .1 f -- 'U' "M -,pf 1, gf H747 V , '2 ' f,.'.' xx an ,A gift... .4 X - kv., F 1 , .,.. I fu' H , A I ' K v . 1 M- ,. .KR ' 113 ,111f"-T , ', L. ' 7- Q '. wwf: gg.. 55:5 fd +2 I Y. 'Sw H fa Q ' 5. -5. I ev A fgmii' . , +3 ga , J e ff . ' 3' A 21 Y f Dx. , , ..-1 a',5'-VL at ' 5 Q 7 WW " ' A b I , .XXL ,rw , .. , .. gwwi. 4 , Mfg ',1-.11 Q -s.g",g ' Pia' -FN ., " 1 '-UNL A ig ,-.X . - 31 .-.. nf M. 69 5-55 ' - JJ- ,, +5-hx. ,urgg .1 .X ' ' H' ' 'A - -Q -fra- X' ' l 7 - ,., , . . A el- 55759 - Q I - , J ff' - 1- , Y XS 'S-'M ' . . 1- , '4 , .-A M- 'X .1---' Q A 1 X . Lim.. aa- I Row I-Mrs. Owens, Mr. Cory, Mr. Clock. Row 2-Mr. Beckley, Mr. Zetterberg, Mr. Durham, Mr. Douglas, Mr. Carmichael. MUNCIE SCHOOL BOARD Eugene Clock President Edward Zetterberg Joseph L. Douglas Secretary Treasurer Mrs. Marie Owens Norman Durham ADMINISTRATION N. Durward Cory Superintendent Forrest V. Carmichael Herman Beckley Business Director Director of Building, Grounds John Beasley Attorney CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION Friendliness is one of the outstand- ing characteristics of Mr. Chastain. In his position as an administrator he has brought additional honors to Central. This year he completes his second five- year term on the IHSAA Council and next year will advance to the IHSAA Board of Control. This year also marks the end of his work as chairman of the national scholarship committee of the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Miss Dorothy .l. Schaefer Financial Secretary Secretary to Principal Loren Chastain Supervising Principal Class and club treasurers look upon Miss Schaefer as a friend indeed since she is responsible for handling school finances. ,In addition to that hardly minor task, she also helps in the distri- bution of basketball tickets, among oth- er things. It is said that she manages to keep busy. Her warm smile is a pleasant greet- ing for visitors to the Central office. Faculty and students find her always willing to help them, too. Mrs. Kay Smith General Clerk ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS an DEAN OF BUYS 2, I 4 Ben B. Earley, Jr. Lawrence J. McCreary Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Dean of Boys Trade School '? WB' Mrs. Margaret Downey Mrs, Josephine Saunders Aflendance Clerk Trade School Clerk STUDENT ASSISTANTS - Dean's Office Leff to right-Jane Olsen fseaiedl, Mary Carroll Church, Judy Norton fseafedl, Deanna Lewis, Larce Hufson, Nancy Dunn, Janelle Coons. 72 DEAN OF GIRLS Miss Johnson and Mr. Earley are always ready to give help whenever students need it. QOf course, some students need more unrequest- ed advice more frequently, but they are a small minority.J Most students visit the deans' offices because they are sure of a friendly welcome, ready assistance, and good counsel. Mr. McCreary is busy at the Trade School each morning with the many phases of work necessary to keep it running smoothly. Miss Lucille Johnson l : 'ii T Mrs. Kay Williams , Miss Janice Darrall Records Clerk fvf ' Clerk, Vocational Office N-.,""'.t1r -,,k STUDENT ASSISTANTS Left to right-Moya Kay McFarland, Beverly Riley, Jane Bailey, Joan Trusty fseatedl, Sue Lambert. llVllVlAJ, ' First Row-Julia Adamson, Kay Hastings, Carolyn Green, Betty Stafford, Ruth Dibble, Patty Venis, Janet Ward. Row 2-.leon Moody, Sharon Sutton, Dorothy Biehl, Jean Hunt, Betty Anderson, Jean Langdon, Mary Katherine Thrower, Sally Thresher, Mary Ann Warfel, Sharon Voisard, Judy Cain, Claudia Krei- der, Jill Hartley. V7 STUDENT ASSISTANT5 IN DISPENSARY Row T-Jackie Romack, Dion Whitte- more, Joyce Whiteside. Row 2-Karen Fletcher, Phyllis Min- ix, Lavonne Hefley, Miss Luce, Barbara Dowlings. 'K'vrx,,v, AUDIO-VISUAL STUDENT ASSlSTANTS - lJ.e 'K fi' 'nd fi . 5 s s rl Row I-Lawrence Miller, David Crall, Terry Hornmons, Gary Wools. -117 ,vs ur, , 4, T7 A x Row 2-Tom Burch, William Gentry, Paul Zedekar, Larry Fullhart, David Reece, Jud Motsenbocker, Mr. Crisler, Donald Clark. Mrs. Erma B. Christy c mmm, After three years of distinguished service with Muncie schools, Mrs. Christy retired in No- vember as guidance director and head of the home economics department. She has long been an important part of life at Central, where she has known and helped thousands of students. Mrs. Christy will be greatly missed. From her first contact with ninth graders planning their Central courses until she checked seniors at Commencement, Mrs. Christy has al- ways been a helpful friend to students. She al- so found time to sponsor Honor Society and to work with exploratory teachers. Carl Adams Ettore Antonini Hubert Austin Miss Esther Bartlett William Basinger Health Education Health Education Electricity Social Science Art Physical Education Physical Education Trade School " Richard Beerbower Miss Eleanor J. Bly Ernest H. Boyer H. F. Brickley Ronald Budensiek Sheet Metal English Music Supervisor Chemistry Trade School Speech Industrial and Trade Education Mrs. Clair J. Bullock Miss Jayne Burgoyne William Burnette Frederick Burt Paul E. Carmichael Cafeteria Director Home Economics Mathematics Drafting Head Trade School Trade School Trade School Art Department Welewmm l At Central High School we learn the lessons which will help us to succeed in the fu- ture, whether our future means further education or immediate work. Here we acquire firm friends, fellow students and faculty mem- bers alike. Cewifuxl Fawlbtny "T", . " Av r-4"+ -...f' Hur T tj! I wr? we 1-.1 -...ef Kenneth Coulson Merrill Crisler Distributive Practical Science Education Zoology Coordinator James Davidson Mrs. Eunice Davisson Health Education Home Economics Physical Education fFirst Termj H. E Fennimore Richard Fisher Head, Mathematics Health Education Physical Education if Robert Colvin Ralph Conelley Business Education English Trade School' Neil W. Daily Head Thomas W. Crooks English Business Education Delmar Dooley Robert E. Dwiggins Machine Shop Music Trade School Miss Mariorie Foster Robert M. Gibson Cafeteria Director Social Science Central Robert Lloyd Cooley Social Science Mrs. Adlai G. Dalby librarian Edwin H. Eilts Auto Mechanics Trade School Rollin A. Gill Mathematics Trade School 1--Q PWM :Dx 'sf' 'Vs x M Q' fag, .inf- rf-nf' 'itz' Q17 .oo Mrs. Ruth B. Harker Home Economics Mrs. Claudine Janes Mathematics Miss Laura Linden French, Spanish Head ,- Foreign Languages Edgar Henderson English Newswriting Malcolm Julian English Roges S. Lingeman Physics Aeronautics Robert W. Hancock Martin J. Hansen Earl Harger, Jr. Latin Business Education English Trade School Mrs. Lucille P. Hollis J. Carl Humphrey James Hyatt Business Education Business Education Social Science Miss Katherine King Miss Dorothy Krieger William E. Langdon Health Education Home Economics English Physical Education Miss Mariorie Luce Mrs. Evelyn McCulloughMiss Harriett McDonald School Nurse Home Economics Home Economics FWM ,pus -6- 1'-1 ini l if nr -6- f"'t. '::v' Charles Marcus Miss Katherine Me Business Education English Miss Frances L. O'Harra Edward Olsen Social Science Mathematics Floyd W. Roisor Harold Reinoehl Supervisor English Health Education Physical Education V ehan 'u' 0-Q 'L ? .,.,-' Russell T. McNutt Miss .loan McTurnan Thamar Main Head Home Economics Wood Work Social Science Trade School Leo Mench Miss Helen Morrison Health Education Physical Education Carl Painter Mathematics Charles Rettig Machine Shop Trade School Mathematics Don Parlette Music Homer C. Rice Social Science Robert E. Noble Auto Mechanic Trade School Elmer Posey Social Science Claude Rieth Printing Trade School Fawulhy T fLkXXe p. N.. 'NI' -ef' fc- 'HN ,grin- William Rosander Miss Margaret Ryan John Scheerer Building Trades English Mathematics Trade School Drafting Trade School Miss Sarah Schnaiter Hubert A. Shroyer Frank Stafford Miss Jewel Standerford Glenn A. Stepleton Home Economics Business Education Head English Head English Department Music Department Drucilla Stillwagon Ernest Sutton Helen Swartz Miss Mary E. Wade Winfred J. Wagoner English Health Education Social Science English Business Education Dramatics Physical Education Hal B. Warren Mrs. Lois Webster Melvin Wilson Weldon Witters Byron Wright Mathematics Home Economics Health Education Botany Business Education Physical Education Zoology Senim ' f,f"9lllvlcn I 'i 'inamvimwwum 7 i , 1 ' I W 22333:-r ,A M...-,. "fbi John Wanda Phil Tamara John McKeever Wanda Swift President Secretary Phil Cox Tamara Schnitzler Vic e-President Treasurer Yi 86111046 ' lu- X1 '27 l Row 'l-John McKeever, Wanda Swift, Tamara Schnitzler, Phil Cox. Row 2-Mary Carroll Church, Sheryl Warnock, Marcia McCarthy, Larry Roberts, Terry Huffman. Row 3-Nancy Barnet, Dave Satterfield, Phil Smith, Dean Campbell, Gary Druckemiller. Row 4-Don Roberts, Darleen Brown, Sheryl Jones, Marshall Evilsizer, Pete Yohler, Elizabeth Bowles. Row 5- Hurley Carney, Pete Pippen, John Harrold, Mike Huffman, Donna Darter, Saundra Conway. i w SENIOR CALENDAR WM Senior All-School Dance Field House September 2l Senior Open House Central I W October 3 Senior Play Central November 7-8 Senior College Conference Central December 12 Senior Ball Elks Ballroom April 26 Senior Mothers' Tea Central May 15 Senior Banquet Student Center Mqy 28 Baccalaureate High Street Church June 2 Commencement Field House June 6 Miss Laura Linden Robert Colvin Elmer E. Posey Social Financial Chairman Senim, l-lcwwfLS Every spring honor students are entertained with luncheons given by Mun- cie civic clubs. Seniors are guests of the Rotary Club, iuniors, Kiwanis Club, sophomores, Exchange Club. These are some of the seniors who will attend the Rotary luncheon, many of them having attended other luncheons in the junior and sophomore years. :l"N w??Q:.? is be ce 2 ri if b f- .: "' 1 Row l-Mary Belle Wade, Darleen Brown, Carol Stewart, Elizabeth Wacle. Row 2 -Carolyn Snider, Martha Whiteman, Nancy Barnet, Janice Heltz. Row 3 -Linda Marsh, Marilyn Snider, Norma Rude, Nancy White, Sheryl Warnock. Row 4 - Arnella Barber Kistler, Willoughby Fensel, Mary Fellerhoff, Jane Harper, Tamara Schnitzler. Row 5-Norman Ashley, Ronald Krontz, Darwin Bybee, George Hoult. emma Q ' .N If fav QP0' Row I- RICHARD AGULLANA . . . NANCY C. ALFONT . . . JUDITH M. ALLEY . . . JOHN G. ANDERSON-Sophomore Council. Row 2 -JULIA ANN ANDERSON-Cheering Block, Future Homemakers . . . C. NORMAN ASHLEY-Honor Society, French Club, Orchestra . . . DIXIE LAMM BAILEY-Entered in September, 1957, from Cowan High School, Cowan, Indiana . . . JANET CAROLL BAKER . . . LARRY ALAN BALL-Concert Choir, Sophomore Council. Row 3-UNA BALTIMORE . . . TERRY D. BARLOW-Senior Council, Hon- or Society . . . NANCY ANN BARNET-Purdue Legislative Assembly, Senior Council, Honor Society, Spanish Club, Youth Forum, Concert Choir, Cheering Block . . . JOHN ALFRED BARTON-Concert Choir . . . PATRICIA ANN BAR- TON-Concert Choir. lwf 'fa-sl 'B 'QQ- Sr , -A :V '47 fc ,nr X' Gal 4-4- X -0- - Row T-RICHARD A. BASS . . . RUTH NAOMI BAYER . . . JERRY BAY- MAN . . . RUTH ESTELLA BEARD-Junior Council . . . CONNIE NORIEN BEN- ADUM-Future Homemakers, Concert Choir. Row 2-VON BENEDICT-Football . . . DAVID W. BENSON-Distributive Education Club . . . DOROTHY JANE BERGDOLL . . . SUE BEZY-Entered in September, 1955, from Burris High School in Muncie, Cheering Block, Junior Classical League, Tri-Hi-Y . . . ELEANOR JANE BISHOP-Bible Club, Future Homemakers. Row 3-GEORGE BLACK, Jr.-Sophomore Council . . . RICHARD BOOHER . . . HELEN ELIZABETH BOWLES-Senior Council, Honor Society, Cheering Block, Jun- ior Classical League, Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y . . . FRED BOYD . . . V. SUSAN BRACHVOGEL-Honor Society, Cheering Block, French Club, Junior Classical League, Tri-Hi-Y, Youth Forum, Magician Editor. , ,.. Q' Row I-JACK D. BRAGG-Distributive Education Club...ARCHIE BRIDGE- MON . . . FREDA M. BROWER-Cheering Block, Concert Choir . . . ALAN A. BROWN. Row 2-DARLEEN E. BROWN-Senior Council, Honor Society, Book Guild, French Club, Future Homemakers, Junior Classical League, Math Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Youth Forum, Orchestra . . . GARY K. BROWN-Concert Choir, "Rest Assured" . . . JOYCE EILENE BROWN . . . ROSALYN KAY BROWN-Bible Club, Concert Choir . . . EVELYN BROWNING. Row 3-JUDY RAE BURGESS, Distributive Education Club . . . GEORGE WILLIAM BURKS, Jr.-Football, Basketball, Concert Choir . . . DARWIN E. BY- BEE-Bible Club, Hi-Y, Math Club, Munsonian . . . ROBERT BYERS-Concert Choir . . . LINDA LOU BYRD-Cheering Block, Future Homemakers, Magician. Boys who plan to go into factory work or other such vocational fields requir- ing special training in mechanics, draw- ing, wood-working, and related sub- jects spend half of their school day in the Trade School. O n 'D Q The stadium, properly but seldom called the Ball Recreational Field, is the home of the Muncie Central Bearcat foot- ball and track teams. The biggest spring event, the Muncie Relays, is staged here with the Bearcat team playing host to forty schools. 1 ,Lt 1. A i The Field House, home of the Bearcat basketball teams, is also the scene of the Delaware County Sectional Tournament and the Mun- cie Regional. Needless to say, seats are always sold out for such events. T4 1 . :glin- ,,--cali' 5 f? Alla 1 'QI' J, ,, ,, . . l fp: 'V Row l-LINDA LEE CALLAHAN-Bible Club . . . DEAN E. CAMPBELL-En- tered in September, l956, from Harrison Township High School, Delaware County, Basketball, Baseball . . . NORMAN GLENN CAMPBELL . . . ORVAL CAMPBELL . . . ROBERT E. CAMPBELL. Row 2- RUANN CAMPBELL-Cheering Block, "The Curious Savage," "Rest Assured" . . . JERRY WAYNE CARGILE . . . JUDITH PEARL CARMAN . . . HARLEY H. CARNEY-Senior Council . . . GLADYS JEAN CARTER. Row 3-PEGGY ROBERTA CARTWRIGHT-Cheering Block, Junior Classi- cal League, Concert Choir . . . IVAN EUGENE CASE . . . JOYCE ANN CHAM- BLESS-Future Homemakers, Tri-Hi-Y, Band, Junior Council, Sophomore Council . . . NANCY CHESNUT-Future Homemakers, Band, Concert Choir . . . CURTIS CHILDRESS-Football, Track, Concert Choir. Z? ..- ilhpn N. BUF C3 1" Row 'I-MARY CARROLL CHURCH-Honor Society, Cheering Block, Junior Classical League, Tri-Hi-Y, Concert Choir. . . DAVID M. CLARK-Entered in September, 1956, from Burris High School in Muncie . . . DONALD RAY CLARK . . . EARLENE MARTHA CLARK-Concert Choir. Row 2-FERRELL FRANKLIN CLARK lwithdrownl . . . PHILIP E. CLARK Honor Society . . . ROGER CLARK-Sophomore Council . . . JEAN CLASPELL -Sophomore Council . . . DAVID LEE CLAYTON-Junior Council. Row 3 -JIMMY LEON CLEMENS-Concert Choir . . . DOUGLAS EARL CLEV- ENGER . . . LARRY L. CLEVENGER . . . JOHN GORDEN CLOWDIS-Orchestra . . . BEVERLEY ANN COLE-Concert Choir. wilff 'ff' , . i If '.5'.-LfLL.L.'i" fm- 3- P , , h, V, wr .254 ,,V. ,, Ph Wk 'Z 4' 1 if , In - -. " HS f 'xx .gg , ' 4 1' aff' x ? , 1513fi2':Es-5:5:51,:5-ef'Q:iE::E,.,1,,, E' 9 Lf! A . W2 J , M I or I gil ' QP 2, V -1:2-ef:::1.11-.1.::?a:5,,515 9 ,if Row I-FREDERICK EUGENE COLLINS-Football, Baseball . . . SANDRA COLLINS-Cheering Block, Future Homemakers, All-Girl Choir . . . PAUL COL- ONIS-Sophomore Council . . . NOEL GLENN CONKLIN-Sophomore Coun- cil . . . ROBERT E. CONLEY. Row 2-ROBERT CONNELL . . . SAUNDRA ANN CONWAY-Concert Choir . . . PHILIP ROBERT COX-Senior Vice-President, Senior Council, Tennis, Youth Forum, Junior Vice-President, Junior Council . . . WILLIS J. COX . . . RALPH C. CRAIG. Row 3-CLAUDIA LORAINE CREAGMILE-Honor Society, Cheering Block, Munsonian . . . JAMES CREEKMORE . . . RAYMOND CROSE . . . BONNIE LEE CROUSE-Entered in September, 1955, from Yorktown High School, York- town, Indiana, Senior Cheerleader . . . SHIRLEY JEAN CRUMP fwithdrawnl. if "' wr? V" New as-iv Row 'I-WALTER EUGENE CRUMP . . . WARD D. CRUTCHER . . . HELEN EILEEN CUNNINGHAM-Entered in January, 1956, from Royerton High School in Hamilton Township . . . IOTHA CUNNINGHAM-Football, Wrestling, Junior Council. Row 2 - SARA CUNNINGHAM-Honor Society, Cheering Block, Junior Clas- sical League, Spanish Club, Munsonian . . . BARBARA E. CURRENT-Senior Cheerleader, Junior Classical League, Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Youth Forum, Jun- ior Council, Sophomore Council . . . JOYCE ANN CURTIS-Entered in February, 1956, From Center High School in Perry Township, Distributive Education Club . . . ROSALIE JOAN CURTS-Honor Society, Concert Choir, Munsonian . . . ROBERT DAVID DALE. Row 3-DONNA DARTER . . . CHARLES R. DAVIS-Moth Club . . . DIANA M. DAVIS-Cheering Block, Concert Choir . . . HOWARD DAVIS . . . SANDRA LEE DAVIS-Cheering Block, Tri-Hi-Y, "The Curious Savage," "Rest Assured." Row 'I-SHARON ANN DAVIS-Cheering Block, Spanish Club, Y-Teens, Concert Choir . . . WALLACE EUGENE DAVIS . . . DEE ANN T. DORDAS- Cheering Block, Junior Council . . . WILLIAM E. DOTTERWEICH . . . ROY WIL- LIAM DOUGLASS-Hi-Y. Row 2-GARY KEMPER DRUCKEMILLER-Senior Council, Baseball, Hi-Y, Concert Choir . . . JAMES WILLIAM DUKE . . . SHIRLEY JUNE DUNAGAN- All-Girl Choir . . . DORIS E. DURMAN . . . ROBERT L. DYER. Row 3-GEORGE S. EASTMAN-Distributive Education Club . . . NOR- MAN E. ELLIS . . . DAVID W. EVANS . . . JAMES MICHAEL EVANS-Spanish Club . . . MARSHALL EVILSIZER-Senior Council, Hi-Y, Junior Council, Sopho- more Council, Magician. 'QQ' Row I-WILLIAM ARTHUR FAULKNER . . . MARY FELLERHOFF-Entered in September, 1955, from St. Agnes High School, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, Honor Society, Cheering Block, Spanish Club . . . WILLOUGHBY ANN FENSEL-Honor Society, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Council . . . LIONEL E. FIERCE. - Row 2- ROBERT MARVIN FIFER-Hi-Y . . . JANET SUE FINCHUM-Y-Teens, Concert Choir . . . JANICE KAY FINDLEY-Distributive Education Club . . . THEODORE P. FINDLEY-Wrestling, Honor Society, Book Guild, Junior Classical League, Youth Forum, Junior Council . . . SAMUEL G. FLAKE. Row 3 - SANDRA SUE FLEMING . . . JOANN MARILYN FOSTER-Honor So- ciety, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Junior Classical League . . . ANN MARIE FOX-Cheering Block, Munsonian . . . JAMES RICHARD FRANKS . . . FRAN- CES FREDERICK. 1' qf'1 f-"7 7' wk. Q :ft HGHL -rv 'mf- vs- i iii." . V ' - u . .A ,A g Row 'I - KAY FREED-Senior Council, Cheering Block, French Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Council . . . ALBERTHA FREEMAN-Entered in Septermber, I955, from Dillard High School, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Concert Choir . . . RONALD L. FRIDENMAKER . . . CHARLES RICHARD FRITZ-Senior Cheerleader, Hi-Y, Con- cert Choir, "The Curious Savage," "Rest Assured" . . . LARRY CHARLES FULL- HART. Row 2-MARTHA LOUISE GARRETT-Honor Society, Future Homemakers, Band, Head Maiorette, "The Curious Savage," "Rest Assured" . . . PHILLIP J. GARRETT . . . ROZELL GARRETT . . . JIMMIE D. GILES-Senior Council, Honor Society, Sophomore Council . . . REBECCA JANE GODFREY-Cheering Block. Row 3-SHARON SUE GOEN-Cheering Block, Future Homemakers . . . GARY T. GOODWIN-Hi-Y . . . CAROLYN SUE GRAY-Cheering Block, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Council, Sophomore Council, "The Curious Savoge,,' "Rest Assured" . . . LINDA LEE GREEN-Entered in September, 1956, from Fairmount High School in Fairmount, Indiana . . . JERRY LEE GREER-Hi-Y, Junior Council. -'v '95 ir'x Q "9'x 56 emofm 'Eli 'Q nv-x Gini C' Nl Row 'l- RALPH GORDON GRIBBLE . . . JACQUELINE ATHALIE GRIM-All- Girl Choir, Concert Choir . . . NORA LEE GUY-Cheering Block, Concert Choir . . . RICHARD L. HAISLEY. Row 2-JANE ANN HARPER-Honor Society, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Tri-Hi-Y, Youth Forum, Sophomore Council . . . GAYLE M. HARROLD . . . JOHN F. HARROLD-Senior Council, Hi-Y, Spanish Club . . . PRISCILLA ANN HASKETT-Distributive Education Club . . . DANNY R. HAYNES. Row 3-SHIRLEY J. HEASTON-All-Girl Choir . . . ALICE LAVONNE HEF- LEY-Cheering Block . . . NANCY HELM-Cheering Block, Concert Choir . . . JANICE ELINORE HELTZ-Honor Society, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Junior Clos- sical League, Math Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Youth Forum, Junior Council . . . MONTE G. HENSLEY-Math Club, Junior Council. Row l-JO ANN HEUER-Senior Council, Cheering Block, Concert Choir, Sophomore Council, "The Curious Savage," "Rest Assured" . . . WENDEL EU- GENE HICKS . . . LARRY L. HINES . . . SHERI ANN HOCHSTETLER-Honor So- ciety, Cheering Block, Tri-Hi-Y, Concert Choir . . . THOMAS PAUL HOFFMAN- "The Curious Savage." Row 2-EUGENE L. HOLDREN, Jr.-Orchestra . . . KEITH HOLLARS-Band . . . JOHN GLEN HOLT-Cross Country, Track . . . LYNN HOLT-Honor Society, Cheering Block, Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y . . . SANDRA LEE HOOVER. Row 3-GEORGE ARTHUR HOUK-Honor Society, Tennis, Hi-Y, Math Club . . . TREVA R. HOWARD . . . LARRY HUBBARD . . . JAMES RICHARD HUD- SON . . . FRED E. HUFFMAN.


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