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

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The 1959 MAGICIAN Published by the Annual Staii of CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Muncie. Indiana Wad! ' ' I I The Gang Entertains: Musica-Z Moods, 1959 -'H 5 f f U 4 S alk fl WW 'K Al ,I IR NA I - 4 f 1 4 L ff, x M , X X I ik it N' ' ' A Q14 k ,lfj , 3 ' , R ,ff . 5 2 I Centralites have been roaming the halls of this building since 1915. Those 800 students I Cincluding eighth grade and freshman classesl had elbow room and then some space left over. That is rather hard to believe for the 2300 students that jam the halls, classrooms, labs, and cafeteria today. Since there were so many of us, several new systems were put into effect this year - a split shift, convos at the fieldhouse, two noon hours, classes from 8:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M. However, a look through these 148 pages, we believe, will prove that the gang at CHS is quite the same in spite of these differences. We, the staff of the 1959 MAGICIAN, hope you'1l find yourself here among "The Gang"-either in picture or in spirit. CONTENTS "The Gang" .,,i,,,,,, ..,,.,.t,t.i,,, 4 -9 School Life ,.,..,,. ,,.,,,,,,,, 1 0-19 Organizations .. . , ,,.,,, 20-51 Sports ....,,......, ,,,..,,.... 5 2-73 Classroom ,,.,,,.... ..,.,,..,., 7 4-87 People .....,..,i.Y ,........ 8 8-141 Index ...,,.,,,.. ..i.,.. l 42-149 QS . ., pm 1 Q-he , - f IV, . . if The Gang Studies: Lab Experiment 3 B I G BIG' Central is big in every sense of the word Take numbers' Here The Gang overflows the auditorium dur ing Christmas program sing A bird's eye view of the 1958 Commencement ceremony further accents the bigness. Central's 513 grads make an attractive check-row pattern. TheGangis... But the school solved the double-convocation problem this year. Students trekkecl to the Fieldhouse several times. Here "The Gang" returns. The art of acting: George fJoe Rankinj and Emily fNancy Dickensj get a pep talk from Emily's father KLarry Springerj before the wedding scene in "Our Town." The art of imitation: In "Chorus line" at Senior Open House are "Dottie" Heltz, "Fifi" Futrell, "Diana" Stu- debaker, "LaVonne" Spring- er, and "Dottie" Van Dyke. The art of harmonyg After school sessions with the gang gathered around the piano dis- cover talent in modest Mike Walsh's "ivory touch" at the ole' eighty-eight. 5 5 The Gang . . . Slaves Away The pleasant szde of slamng away by Central students zs shown at thzs banquet Here Master' Kelly Nay zs wazted on hand and foot by Sandra Fznch a JCL slave Work wzth books provzdes another zndustrzous ac twzty for Centralztes For example shown hard at work on thezr balsa wood houses are art students Damd Warren and Richard McPherson Work for pay zs stzll another form of student labor Senzor Judy Bennett scrapes dashes and clears trays zn cafeterza as one of twenty four Central ztes employed by the school I a . 1 , I ,W J ' . IN . , , . ' ll ' n - ' If 1 ' Y ' ' ll n ' ll I, , . I r 2: v . t R 1 '1,' fx X rd AV 4 x 3 'A l , , , - 'I . . - 'i . The Gang Has Spirit Christmas spirit has infected Sharon Bybee and John Wees- ner I entangled in paper chainsj, as they decorate the Yuletide tree provided by The Munsonian staff. . . That old never-say-die spir- it is demonstrated by helpful Dan Milhollin as he assists locker-troubled Wanda Man- nix, only one of many Central- ites with problems. - 5 s g ..,. 5 . . Football spirit backfired on Gene Replogle with an unat- tachable "autograph book." Autograph hounds are seniors Mike DeVault, Don Waters, and Mike Collins. The Gang Has . . oblems 2 4 . Mr! ix 1- ,, - f ', -fr,-. m ,fe fa , N3 ,r ,sw ff who , - 4 ,sf l o ' 3221 I Problem for scientists: "Knife, scalpel, scissors." Dissecting a rat Problem for all: Expensive book bill? Mrs. Burch receives payments from seniors Brenda Polson and Steve Barnett. Problem for drivers: If parking meters are as perplexing to every- one else as they are to Jeanie Wray, a crisis is near. is all in a dayls work for zoologists. an - Q-. .,, W nv Fi ,sm , - -F. The Gang Has . . . mbitions "Want to go to college?" A good beginning for ambition-seekers is College Conferences. Don Waters and Dick Thompson lis- ten as Mrs. Edith Crawley points out participating colleges. f xx, . ,,.,,.. P4 ' 1 7 27 1959 zfq i srsp N171-3 REP . . . Later those with "rail" ambi- tions got a break with Railroad Day, launched as a first this year, which gave students Ron- ald Williams, Robert Reese, and Ronald Rude experience. vue von FRANK . . . Then there were the spring class elections, with all candi- dates desiring to be elected. Only four applicants for the "Big- wheel jobs" ended in the spot- light, although at least 16 tried. R 9 Us School Life A- And what a lively school "Our Gang" has! Pausing with the "new fangled" grade cards in the midst of a hallway are senior pals Dan Milhallzln, Lois Win- ningham, and Janet Moore - just some of Our Gang! .:. Q . .-. .'.g.g.' ' .'- o 0 0 x 1 0 - . 4-1-1-an sl- - 'o 0 ve ff.-f.,.'.,.-3134... of :oh-Q tc.-..-90,4 .',- o n .- 1 sf'- 'b- Our Gang's Most Remembered . . . that MOMENTS . . . Were Both Big and Small VARIETY is the spice of life, and our lite at Central is as spicy as a hot tamale! There is a special place for each CHS'er in all our extra activities. Sure, We like the teachers and classes. But it's the little extras that really make school fun: that extra job in the office during a free period . . . extra special friend who is a constant companion . . . the extra events and that special date . . . the extra help given by teachers and classmates . . . the extra- curricular activities, club meetings, ball games . . . all have gone together to make this an extra special year! H4 1 11 f- It happens ezery day In fact eight times a day Miss Carole Hull che ks the attendance of Centiahtes Working in the dean 4 after the departme of Mrs Margaret Dou neg now in Texas Once in a while' les only once in a great while do Centralites flikc Joann Churchl hal e no homeu ork Friends who grin and bear it are Jan Curts Sharon Slye Phyllis Hammond and Daze Thompson 12 S Only onze a semester and are students glad they dont hate to ,fill out program cards more than twice a year Lucky students filled out nzne with the cooperation of their counselors Routme - It Rules School ACt1V1t1eS Once a day, once a semester, or once ln a whlle, thlngs are always happenmg around the busy halls of Central Each year as students enter school ln the fall there IS a terrlble doubt ln thelr mmds that they Wlll have enough money to cover all expenses The flrst bllls of great s1ze were act1v1ty txckets and, followlng closely, were book rent yearbook sub scrxptlons, payments for class plctures, dues for clubs, purchases of tourney tlckets, and tlckets for class dances In add1t1on senlors must pay for rent al of caps and gowns, name cards graduatlon an nouncements, semor plctures, and semor aCt1Vltl8S such as the Semor Ball and Semor Banquet At the beglnnlng of each semester, students gather ln thelr counselors rooms to flll out a stack of program cards Durlng the semester students can count on handmg m at least three book reports s1x themes, and probably two class notebooks Every Week SQDIOTS record themes 1n the Eng llsh Journals and each Frxday at precxsely 11 00 the C1V1l Defense warnlng blast echoes through the streets of town 1n practxce sesslons The break mn second perlod for announce ments IS one of those once a day occurrences as IS home work whlch, of course, everyone eagerly aWa1tS .lag ,. ,Q Wd ,,. 1 Z W, , 47 V -V , .. , ,. . - - .. , ., . , . , , , , , - .. . ' ' ' ' . ' - u . H of boys' office. she commenced her career as a secretary on April Trade School boys made out eleven cards, while main building U . , V . . . - . V- y , . ,, . . ,, . l ' ' V Y ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " I I I ! y - 6 . - L 7 . . , . 7 . 5 . . 3 L ' "Pleasure and education" combined were seen at The Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D. C., familiar to 55 Centralites who ventured on the Spring Trip through the arrangement of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad. No Munseytowners are pictured. Students of today are filled with get-up-and- go - that is get up early in the morning and go on trips. Seniors annually travel to see the sights of Washington, D. C., and New York City during the spring, and, as customary, once again two bus- loads of students journeyed over the U. S. to visit the George Washington and Abraham Lincoln Monuments, the White House, Rockefeller Center and the Statue of Liberty fto mention a few of the highpoints of the jaunt.D Chicago is always a point of attraction when groups decide to pack up and leave for a weekend's excursiong thus the combined Band and Orchestra group as well as several "F. H. A.'ers" toured the Windy City this year. We were Indianapolis bound this year during the basketball tourneys. Speaking of sports, many of us attended "away" games during football and basketball seasons. Also several Centralites served as pages for the Indiana General Assembly at the State House. Our Distributive Education Club really splurged and went all the way to Tacoma, Wash- ington, for a national convention during early spring. 7 Centralites Became Seasoned Voyagers Boarding a train at Cincinnati Train Terminal are Central seniors who enjoyed themselves on the five-day TVashigton-New York trip. Train riding proved uncomfortable, but miles of walk- ing also proved the train seats a welcomed and wonderful relief. A trip to Butler Fieldhouse was perhaps the saddest of the year. Seniors Beth Whitney and Janet Moore reinforce bus decora- tions with heavy adhesive tape, while still in a "jovial" mood. - --"'! I f'L'GO 13 Every year some new craze comes along, causing a rush to stores by students who must "keep up with the times." This year was no differ- ent from others where fads were concerned. Clothes always seemed to occupy the lime- light as the flair appeared toward "casual-ity" and kept the student body interestingly attired - from head to toe. Sporty chapeaus were balanced atop many a masculine head. Blaziers continued to be the rage this year, with jackets appearing in new shades of brown, navy, and dark green. Vests with pleated skirts and chemettes were molded around practically every high school girl at one time or another. Short skirted kilts with long bermuda socks or leotards could be seen at any informal affair as well as the popular white tennis shoes which were footnotes to nearly every ensemble which the gals the monitor's desk. Discussing their current thoughts while Wore. standing in the front hall here were Jean Ann Reser, Joann Keppler imonitorj, Jackie Taylor, Bernie Anderson, and Don Van Dyke. "FriendIiest" fad of the school year was the daily gathering at Central's Caught Everyone - does - it - itis "Fad or Fancy?" QBELOXVQ Leisure fashions for girls were pegged slacks, bermudas, kilts, black stockings, and tightsg for boys, car coats, Hi-Y jackets, and sports shirts. Relaxing with a coke are Wendy Futrell, Susie Durham, Carol Ann Hiatt, Linda W'ise, Mike lValsh, Dave Mc- Clellan, Jayne Crist, and Larry Springer, QRIGIITJ "Not a passing fancy" were Bearcats and their boosters. Juniors Sara Dawson, Sharon Admits, and Ann Pamerleau listen to a game on "foreign" court. 14 Central Opened Its Doors to Parents Parent visitation during open house is al- ways a source of delight to some students - and then to others it is more of a fright. This year "Smart Sues" as well as "Rambunctious Ralphs" were among the 2,300 Centralites who led their parents through the halls and into their several classrooms where they discussed their progress UD in each subject with their instructors. Senior Open House was the first visitation to be held this year. Appearing in the fall, it fea- tured decorations centering around the theme "Au- tumn Serenadef' Senior Class Vice-President Ber- nard Anderson announced the acts. Dugan's chor- us line had spectators literally holding their sides, as they displayed amazing talent with a French chorus line. Qlncidentally, all of the can-can dan- cers were members of the masculine gender.J Next in line was Junior Open House, which was held around the holiday season and sported the title "Sleigh Bells Ring." Kelly Nay, Stuart Gray, Dick Price, Mike Douglas, Phil Townsend, Pat Kelly, and Lowell Yoder composed the talented C?J group known as "The Bests" who stunned the audience by reciting this perplexing piece of po- etry: "I had a ballg threw it against the wall. That's all!" Junior Class President Gary Baney introduced the acts. Of course, last in line but not least were the sophomores who were "Sophin' Around" in the early spring. Gloria Rutherford did a modern dance with the assistance of Nick Van Winkle on drums and Louis Grieswell at the keyboard. Alan Howard, sophomore class chairman, served as master of ceremonies for the affair. 1'l'0l'j Voc-al and instrumental combination per- forming at Senior Open House in U1-tober con- sisted of Phil Stewart, Dare Clerenger, Bill Boyle, and Jim Cor. f1lIDllLEj "Three Lads and a Dad" - Tony Harris, Joe Harris, Barney Harris, and Chuck Harris - sing and joke at Junior Open House in December. QBOTTOMJ "So Dear to My Heart" was the tune portrayed by Debbie Null, Trula lVise, Jeanine lVagner, Di- ana Uiscell, Marilyn Robold, and Patsy Reber, at the annual Sophomore Open House. fRIGHTl "Wishful thinking?" Rita Stewart and Larry Clark gaze into Plantation Paradise's moss-covered well. fBELOW, "Need a pin?" Elaine Hardy and Eleanor Hal- stead make final adjustments. , 3 4.5 , .Lf I x . l km ,S 16 1 I My-psf 3 N ' x Hops. Proms, Balls - We Love To Dance QLEFTJ At the stroke of 12:00 all the gay merriment of "Twi- light Time" will be moments long remembered by Phil Hutson and partner Susan Keppler. KBELOWJ "Standin' in the pump- kin watching all thc dancers go by" are junior committee mem- bers at the "Jack 0' Lantern Jaunt," all-school, post-football game affair. With them is local disc jockey Jim Ruble. I ON wig Burrowing down staircases and "bulldozing" through the halls posed problems for 2,300 Centralites. Art students Jesse Walker lon thc ladderj and Larry Thompson mount a one-way sign for more roomy passage between classes. The result was an ef- fective improvement made with the cooperation of students. -nb el 3:15 Double lunch hours gave Central couples little opportunity to eat together at either 11:00 a. m. or noon. Helping Dana Huff- man off with her coat is friend Tod Miller. They meet and pass at the split lunch time with merely a "Hi."' or a small chat. Question No. 1: Do You Go 8 - 3 or 9 - 4? "Where is the first place Centralites congregate when entering the building?" The auditorium, naturally or unnaturally! A conglomeration of activities takes place once students are seated. Some study, some talkg others use the time catching-up on sleep. x. There've been some changes made around the crowded halls of Central. With approximately 2300 students, traffic in the halls and on the stair- ways was becoming too heavy to allow safe travel. Although seniors tried to relieve the congestion by selling tickets for their private escalator to unsuspecting "green peas," school officials de- cided that a more efficient solution was needed. Such was the start of one-way stairs, which elim- inated the "battle of the bulge" between up-going and downward-bound students between classes. Staggered schedules proved inevitable haz- ards to lunch hour buddies who found themselves with different eating periods. However, those stu- dents who gained an extra hour of sleep by the 9 :00-to-4 :00 schedule rather than the 8 :00-to-3 :00 arrangement agreed that the change was a good one. Congregation in the auditorium in some cases was voluntary, in others mandatory. Staggered schedules caused students who arrived before 9:00 classes to wait in the auditorium. 17 MW.. gf e., ,,,, Q Q-.,,j,4,., "Student Store Day" brought many occupations closer to Cen- tralites. In her work at Ball Memorial Hospital, junior Caro- lyn Cranor was given the opportunity to examine blood in the blood bank. Just as store personnel "take off" for holi- days, Centralites "took off" for two special days during the year which came as a welcome relief to the monotonous routine of everyday study. Store Day gave students a chance to observe the goings-on of business establishments within Muncie and lend a hand with the running of these stores and the selling of their goods. Merchants hosted 260 Centralites this year in such vocations as hospital technology, store-clerking, newspaper reporting, and radio and television announcing. Reporting to work at 9:00, students were intro- duced to the store policies, instructed about prices and selling procedures, and then conducted to their positions in the store where they spent the re- mainder of the day. The "fun day" of the year, Field Day, as it is formally known, featured inter-class contests in almost all conceivable areas. The float division gives special challenge to girls who designed and decorated the floats. Games of skill for both boys and girls were judged by teachers while the queen and her attendants observed the activities. Store, Field Days Provide Diversity ' Wfxf, is A J. . II, lu -fl I I N?-Z2 -l':I.-il.-:I 1 L5 '-nl. I I 18 ig. W, "Field Day" brings to the surface the decorative talent of many members of the class of 1959 who had a series of winning floats with the theme, "Around the W'orld." fLEFTl On the "France" float are Becky Turner, Pat Davis, Sandy Druckemiller, Nancy Fritz, Pat lVine. and Margaret Todar. fBELOXVJ "There are wheels and u-heelbarrowsf' but in the Ann Pamerleau-and-Me linda Jones vs. Peggy Conley-andNancy Pence race, these jun- ior girls did both and gained points for their class in the 1958 "Field Day" events. 9 31+ ? Going to e.z'tremes to prove a point are these junior girls who are bol- stering the ehanres of their favorite candidate at an eleetion conro. We Held First Field House Convos "Out with the old and in the with new." President of the 1958 class Fred TViggins renders the "Good Ship Central" to Presi- dent-to-be Frank Foister at the llay Honor Awards Convoca- tion. The podium is a gift of the National Honor Society. Interesting to students was the convocation featuring ea:-race ear driver Don Freeiand. Here, Jlr. Freeland examines a car be- longing to senior Phil Bradburn while Tom Collins fSTANDINGJ , Phil Bradburn, and Bernie Anderson listen intently to the expert. 'TU'3 " ..,,a . h 'G ,..f-' ' X . N . ' ' , k 19 -5 '-I-.4 '.-,oi vw .,'-4-4,v J4- -e . 4-.-:-. ' - . . . s , 4 . .,.,. , ., .. Q . xi 5 u -:-:-:-'-:-: . 3' 'E '5:-.-'- -. 4 - a , ' v o, ' n 4 1 ,- s n . 6 . ' v,,.,.1. :-an-1-.','-1-ro:-. 55,-,su H.. 0, , . 0 n o , 1 , v ' ' 0 a Q -,-,- . .'.,. Q . . . . . Q , ,. . - . , Q, . 5. .a I 'C' ." 1' "Our Gang" organized for knowledge, services, and social life. Janet Epperson represents thc gang as she sings a solo at the Easter Uomro to provide inspiration for others as well as enjoyment for herself. .,4...,.,.,v,:,-4 "4-1.:.g.7.g.3f5 2 0 Lfgf.5.j.g.g.ffg-,- 51Q.-f-:-2-t-2-:- li-2-'3,f'g'f'f'C'. ,-Qi.:-,e.-.g.g.g. fo'-'-'4.'2'Z'n.-.' okbnmznnous . . . proved that we're 'Joiners' ls art, music, or drama your line? Or do your tastes run closer to sports, languages, world affairs, and books? Whatever your preference land we mean this literallyll there is a group with interests similar to yours. There are honoraries, service goups, clubs whose programs are centered around careers, and groups for the pure pleasure of fellowship. There is no excuse for any Centralite to be bored with all the activities to attend. If it's not a club meeting, it's a project or special party. What better way to spend an evening than making friends and having fun? 21 QUILL AND SCROLL CROW ll Marcia Kingen, Marilyn Brand, Jean Deal, Sharon Meyer, Jill Hartley, Mr. Henderson. KROW 25 Judi Boswell, Sharon Bybee, Judy Wooten, Mike Walsh, Janet Moore. KROW 31 Jule DeJager, Barbara Bookcut, Marie McCarty, Bill Sutters, Dan Milhollin, Jim Cole, Not pictured: Jim Marshall. HONOR SOCIETY KROW lj Marilyn Brand, Dana Huffman, Kay Stevenson, Jim Marshall, Jill Hartley, Judy Wooten, Miss Eleanor Bly. KROW 21 Helen Baker, Gail Gribble, Barbara Melnik. Judi Boswell, Joann Keppler, Janet Moore, Shirlee Herndon, Mar- cia Kingen. Four Honorary Clubs Honorary clubs recognizing the achievement of students in fields of drama, athletics, scholar- ship, and journalism are found at Central in the form of the National Thespian Society, "M Club," National Honor Society, and Quill and Scroll. Officers for the newly formed Thespian troupe were Mike Collins, presidentg Pam Helden- brand, clerk, and Miss Drucilla Stillwagon, spon- sor. Greg Hurst presided over "M Club" with the other officers, Bob Patterson, vice-presidentg Rex Miller, secretaryg and Don Waters, treasurer. Mr. Antonini and Mr. Longfellow were sponsors. Jim Marshall headed the Honor Society, sup- ported by Jill Hartley, vice-president, Judy Woot- en, secretaryg Kay Stevenson, treasurer, and Miss Eleanor Bly, sponsor. Quill and Scroll president Jill Hartley worked with other officers vice-president Judi Boswell, secretary-treasurer Janet Moore, and sponsor Mr. Edgar Henderson. QROW 35 Donna Hill, Anna Wilson, Dixie Wilkinson, Mike Ashley, Allen Goetcheus, Wanda Mannix, Ann Ertel, Molly Ingram. CROW 41 Ronald Rude, Jack Oliver, Bob Noble, Mike Walsh. Frank Foister, Joe Rankin, Phvllis Bell 22 Ppplaud Students' Superiority "MH CLUB High hatted and handy with mow ii Mr. Punzelt, Den Ven Dyke, Greg Hurst, Robert Patterson, Rex Miller, Don Waters. Sales "Tre ,-'O-fUP'fgm and Ref KROW 23 Geoffrey Rivers, Gene Replogle, Jim Marshall, David Heltz, Dennis Johnson. Miller, 3e"'0: .M Qfub mem' CROW 31 Mike DeVault, Dick Campbell, Sieve Barnett, Norm Crow, Jan Conway, Ronnie bers, who, dmposed ,of the Willia.ms. "lads" during tourney tune for KROW 42 George Schad, Dick Freeman, Joe Faris, Kelly Ncry, Mike Schranz, U' Profit- TMS "fa" the second mow sp Dave Baker, Bill Aifem, cherne Vonderschmitt, Richard Williams, Charlie Michael, rear for the Pfwecf- F Q '33 X C, Y THESPIANS KROW U Miss Stillwagon, Allen Goetcheus, Sandy Zimmerman, Mike Collins. Every semester the Ilonor Society initiafes neu' members with a Candle-light QROW 27 NaiiaKeil'1n, Joyce Downey, Lana ceremony. Some '58 members shown here were Jim fllarshall. president: Marilyn Lgwery, Joe Rcmkin, Brand, Shirlee Herndon, Judy Woolen. secretary: Dia-ie Wilkinson. Janet Moore, KROW 31 Nancy Dickens, Bonnie Ray, Jim Kay Stevenson, trasurer: Jill Hartley. z-ive-presirlenf: and .-illen Goetcheus. Cox, Muriel Coatie. 23 SPANISH CLUB CROW ll Miss Linden N Boyer P Hcnnes R Barlov B Book out G Williams J Hastings A Schreiber CROW 21 C Benedict P Girdley P Carpenter M Clark J Sloan S Kennedy J Crist J Miller S Not caught at a Uaiesta when food is present are Spanish Club members Jo Ellen Miller George Schad, Pam Carpenter Pam Haines, and Arthur Schreiber. A "Spanish ' tea was only one of the parties held in connection with classroom and club work. 24 CROW 35 N Robold L Floyd B Williams F Scott H Boker M Cocme M Milner CROW 43 A Cutsholl S Blair M McNcry V Ackerland W Williams L Condon D Smith J Smekens CROW 5, J Cox J Serra G Sumwczlt B Drcgoo B Haas A. Goetcheus, C, Tcrylor D. Freeman. Language Club As the name implies, Spanish Club includes students who have taken at least one year of Span- ish and who are interested in learning more about the language By listening to speeches from Span- ish persons, the members of the club learn more about the country and the way of life for its people President Arthur Schrieber was followed in rank by Barbara Bookout, vice-president, Susan Towne, secretary, and Gwynne Williams, treasur- er Miss Laura Linden sponsored the group At one event in the year' s activities the group held a Tres MBYIZS party otherwise known as a banana-spllt party During the evening the members feasted on delicate dishes of ice cream surrounded by chocolate, marshmallows, nuts, and many other kinds of decorative, tasty goodies Although the club had no regularly sched- uled meetings, the members were entertalned on several occasions by speeches from v1sitors from Spanish-speaking countries. Dine Exotically "Soyez La Mienna," or, for those several non- French speaking students in our midst, "Be Mine." Expressions comparable to this were used on fancy valentines and cards when the French Club held its Valentine Day breakfast. Trinka Small presided over the group during the year, and other officers were Jill Hartley, vice- presidentg Sandy Turner, secretary, Kay Steven- son, treasurer. Miss Linden was sponsor. Although the club had no regular meeting nights, the members managed to come together on several occasions to hear French speakers and to eat French food. At one meeting, Central and Bur- ris French students joined in a carry-in dinner. During the evening four guest speakers answered questions about French that the students had stud- ied. Again at Yuletide the club had another party which featured not only typical French Christmas dishes but also another French speaker who re- lated French customs. Also featured during the year was a field trip to Ball State College to hear the "Les Chanteurs de Paris" sing in French. To be eligible for membership in French Club, a student must have completed one year of French, as the club's purpose is to study the French people, customs, and food besides what is learned in reg- ular classroom discussion. FRENCH CLUB . ..4,... 721.41 no "Roses are red: 1-iolets are blue. This is ridiculous, isn't it?' Jack Hershman presents Janice Prosser with a French valentine KROW ll Miss Linden, A. Howard, B. Bookout, B. Shelton, S. Turner, T. Small, J. Hartley, K. Stevenson, S. Dawson, T. Graham. CROW 21 J. Church N. Bader, G. Bader, L. Purnphrey, C. Nickols, C. Cranor, J. Prosser, L. King, J. Koger, M. Huffman, G. Creske. CROW 31 S. Blair, L. Baker, P. Younce, S. Johnson, T. Wedmore, K. Wilson, S. Zimmer- man, L. Howard, G. Sumwalt. KROW 42 C. Patton, D. Null, B. Zimmerman, B. Kyle, L. Winningham, J. DeJager, J. Hershman, O. Lucas, B. Dawson. IROW 51 J. Deal, J. North, V. Woodward, D. Dulaney, J. Hiatt, F. Poister, D. Milhollin, H. Cartwright. S S 25 YV' qkumrfb Roman Hawh? Cerlamly not' It 2 probably rheese cake or wtuffed dates being served by wla1e 'llake Sims at JCI banquet CBFLOYNJ Guuimg plebs to a joyful eeremony were Cazl C rzbblc and lat Haqen guzderv lhrouqh the down taun area 26 CROW U Mrs Goodale P Hammond J Nolley S Anderson C Barley W Wade L Tolbert M Baney S Ewry C Dolllson CROW 2717 Dlllon R Hayes J Drown B DG'VldSOl'1 N Beck A Espe1o D W1lk1nson M Waldo M Ray H Harper C Shemeha J Hess L Goebel M Barnard L Mxlle L Kmg J R1chardson CROW 41 J Swartout L Phelps C Patton G Johnson Z Roundtree J Wade B Hummer K Ph1ll1ps K Estes L Cal Vert P Johnson G Denney CROW 55 D C aycroft J Maynard A Cross M Sxrns B York D Clevenger M Douglass L Dxgman S Turner S Flnch D Crose M Brown CROW 61 J Pamerleau B Carngan G Coyne T Roetken R Conaway F Wllson G M1lkleld J Pr1gg D Rankxn l Sutlers C WGlklHS G Hawk M Cull C Strader J C L Proved It CBFIOVNJ Does thu slmhtly u-et scene zevemble the Roman Baths? Helpma a pledoe to vool off after hw lonq Journey to the I H C 1 were Jurnorv Dan Bartlett Harry Cartmriqht Joe C han and mvtructor Robert Haneook Cealcherj . Y 7 Q A u 2 l fy v ", - r , K - C . I- w Ml' .. - 1 ' ' ' , " -' L ' f ' L, , r . 4 -LJ CROW 31 D. Nolley, A. Poole, B. Dusing, A. Hankins, P. Newton, . r , . , . , . ' , , , K I I I f I I ' , , . , , - F , ' . ' , , . l T 1 YW l williger, D. Boyle, J. Eicher, N. Foster, S. Gray. l KROW ll P. Pippen, J. Harrold, T. Kellum, K. Nay, B. Anderson, A. Abel, B. Franks, P. Jackson, B. Bex, B. Bartlett. KROW 23 M. Yocum, C. Burt, S. Walsh, A. DeBoer, C. Hottinger, L. Miller, D. Painter, B. Dowling, A. Wilson, J. Emdee. KROW SJ V. Garrett, D. Ciscell, B. Hole, A. McClellan, S. Dick- son K. Dickson N Evans M. Cox S B bee M. Patterson . 1 V I 1 - Y , IROW 4l J. Havens, J. Wagoner, P. Reber, M. Craig, B. Parvis, J. Cox, G. Tobias, G. Baney, B. Pinion. CROW 51 W. Jackson, P. Greer, C. Fogle, L. Dotson, L. Ter- KROW Sl G. Havens, J. Warren, F. Kear, C. Schroeder, G Waid, R. Cory, J. Potter, P. Ellis, J. Bradburn, D. Beaty. Latin Isn't Dead And still the club grows! The expansion in the number of students taking Latin and joining Junior Classical League this year once again swelled to an all-time high. President of the organization this year was Mike Johnston, and other officers included Mary Jane Current, co-president, Barbara Franks, sec- retaryg Bill Sutters, treasurerg Bernie Anderson and Ann Abel, sergeants-at-arms: Jane Brown, reporterg and Mr. Robert Hancock, sponsor. With such a vast number of members in the club, group gatherings were necessarily limited to three: a fall initiation, a winter banquet, and the Olympic games which are held each spring. Eligibility for membership in the club is at- tained by students who are taking Latin at the time when the club initiates new members, or by students who have previously had two years of Latin. KROW D S. Meyer, M. Brand, J. Reser, J. Shaw, L. Howard A. Pamerleau, S. Dawson, M. Oliver, N. Ayres. KROW 21 S. Herndon, A. Ertel, D. Frazer, B. Ertel, S. Voisard J. Church, J. Hartley. IROW 32 K. Merrick, G. Gribble, S. Trout, P. Webster, P. Ha- gen, E. Brammer, C. Dudley, S. Tucker. KROW 41 J. Chan, J. Rankin, G. Rivers, M. Bump, J. Hatcher B. Haas, S. Crum. KROW SJ S. Chase, B. Sutters, D. Rutter, P. Kelley, L. Snod- grass, D. Waters, B. Noble, M. DeVault, J. Paris, B. Homrig IROW ll Mr. Hancock, J. DeJager, M. Peckinpaugh, M. Cur- rent, M. Johnston, B. Melnik, M. McCarty. CROW 21 L. Baker, J. Gray, K. Fletcher, N. Dickens, N. Foster M. Boomer. KROW 3D S. Krug, E. Fellerhoit, T. Thayer, L. Cole, P. Deerr L. Spahr. KROW 47 R. Middleton, E. Williams, P. Townsend, P. Stewart R. Hoagland, D. Bartlett, H. Cartwright. TRI-HI-Y CROW 11 Sharon Turner, Janice Prosser, Rita Poling, Susie Miller, Brenda Polson, Wanda Mannix, Mr. Homer Rice, Lucy Spahr, Marcia Kingen, Paula Webster, Janette Epperson, Pam Girdley, Bette Crow, Dana Huffman. CROW 21 Ruth Hudson, Rita Higdon, Pat Garrard, Gloria Bader, Jana Anthony, Carol Hadley, Sharon Darrall, Sheila Henry, Marshia Gill, Dorothy Gentry, Marcy Clark, Marcia Anderson, Donna Frazer, Nancy Anderson, Shirlee Herndon, Nancy Foster. CROW 31 Lois Tolbert, Willetta Wade, Betty Davidson, Chi- queta Benedict, Joyce Downey, Phyllis Hammond, Linda Cal- vert, Janet Bailey, Susan Bailey, Susan Walsh, Cathy Burt, " " Clubs Foster TRI-HI-Y CROW 11 Sharon Ball, Dianne Deis, Lois King, Linda Stevens, Janet Moore, Sylvia Williams, Joyce Shaw, Jodie Miller, Peggy Conley, Nancy Pence, Lynn Pumphrey, Betty Shelton, Margaret Todar, Kay Merrick. CROW 21 Lana Lowery Doris Nolley Nancy Dickens Tracy Thayer Barbara Melnik Joar Kent Pat Wine Barbara Ried Janet Jeffries Charlotte Keisling Adine Mace Nancy Hirons Sharon Bybee Pam lfetterrnan Jane Browning CROW 31 Jean North Merrette Gribble Tamara Jack Billie Keeler Wanda Alberson Alice McClellan Jackie Romack Sharon Dickson Marletta Ray Joyce Ellison Linda Miller Arlene DeBoer, Pamela Wegesin, Nancy Douce, Patty Dugan, Patty Kelsey, CROW 41 Trudy Meyer, Becky Journay, Sandra Dyer, Margar- et Crouch, Carolyn Snodgrass, Aladean Cross, Marilyn Craig, Sharon Carter, Mary Krieg, Diane Collins, Shirley Andes, Pamela Davis, Jackie Rein, Judy Lykins. CROW 51 Barbara Neal, Lana Phelps, Marilyn White, Barbara Dowling, Sally Huntzinger, Mary Bodenberger, Glenna Fen- der, Janet Welch, Sharon Slye, Sara Stafford, Caroline Shive- ly, Judy Reagon, CROW 61 Margaret Miller, Becky York, Polly Pippen, Jeannine Wagoner, Margie Waldo, Emilie Barker, Linda Whitney, Don- na Hill, Peggy Branson, Trula Wise, Sandy Druckemiller, Phyllis Bell. Service. Sociability Carolyn Raney, Ann Walters, Greta Crouch, Phyllis Don- hauser. CROW 41 Sara Kennedy, Bonnie Ray, Carolyn Palin, Brenda Tucker, Sandy Zimmerman, Sandy Reese, Marilyn Boomer, Cynthia Doolittle, Linda Baker, Pat Whiteside, Jeanie Wray, Carol Blocher. CROW 51 Anna Wilson, Barbara Ertel, Sally Routh, Fern Dillon, Joann Rollen Judy Thornburg Sharri Tucker Connie Sea- grave Ann Neff Juliann Cromer Melinda Jones Linda Don ovan Sharon VanArsdol Margaret Cox Carol McNabney CROW 61 Sharon Chastain Carol Tuttle Judy Williams Car olyn Hughes Joyce Rigel Barbara Berry Judy Stanford Lynn Watkins Pat Johnson Shirley Smith Karen Dickson Pat Hagen Janet Beplogle Christine Skaggs i v Y izxsf' 3 1-J:-4 1C.,e'l. -1 Helping others is their purpose, but during this meal these Y- Teen girls helped themselves. Shown are juniors Joann Rollen, Sharon Bybee, and Judy Thornburg, who are active members. HI-Y CROW ll T. Jones, J. Chan, G. Rivers, B. McCrag, M. Devault, D. Waters, D. Heltz, P. Martin, . Hurst, Mr. Cooper, B. Homrig, J. Marshall, D. Donne D. Cou 'll. au, gi CROW 21 J. Barnett, B. Hole, B. Decker, S. Barnett, M. Hodson, J. Rankin, A. Howard, J. Hatcher, T. Kellum, T. Collins, R. Brand, J. Murrary, L. Miller, J. Voisard, M. Johnston, J. Petro, J. aris. CIOW 31 M, Walsh, P. Hoppes, D. Miller, K. Jones, L. Grieswell, B. Noble, P. Taylor, L. Brand, J. Carnes, C. Polk, R. Roberts, P. Jackson, D. Up- ton, R. Hancock. CROW 0 D. VanDyke, J. Harrold, H. Nipp, T. Spence, R. Price, P. Townsend, P. Bradburn, B. Parvis, J. Baker, D. Wissner, D. Sacks, C. Gib- son, C. Arbo ast, R. Knoderer, M. Hiatt. CROW 52 D. Treeman, H. Holaday, D. Greer, G. Collard, K. Nay, D. Beats, J. Thresher, B. Watson, B. Pinion, G. Sasser, . Jacobs, D. Brown, R. Norman, L. Brockelsby. CROW GJ D. Clevenger, S. Chase, B. Hatcher, S. Stewart, G. Regogle, M. Tuttle, R. Dunn, T. Burch, J. Clevenger . Rankin, J. Prigg, R. Miller, T. Graham, R. Hoagland, J. Dans, A. Flook, B. Dra- goo. Y of course Central has organizations nected with the YWCA and YMCA three, as a matter of fact At their bi monthly meetings Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, and Hi-Y were very active clubs during the past year. Officers for the Y-Teens included Norma Evans, president 5 Sharon Dickson, vice-presidentg Joann Rollen, secretaryg Mary Ann Clark, treas- urerg and Pam Haines and Carolyn Williams, ser- geants-at-arms. Miss Lois Reynoldson and Mrs. Joann Thornburg sponsored the group. Wanda Mannix presided over Tri-Hi-Y this year, and other officers were Lucy Spahr, vice- presidentg Marcia Kingen, secretaryg Brenda Pol- son, treasurerg Pam Girdley and Janet Epperson, sergeants-at-anmsg and Susie Miller and Paula Webster, historians. Mr. Homer Rice sponsored the group and Mr. Max Kelly acted as adviser. Hi-Y had as its officers Dave Heltz, presi- dent: Don Waters, vice-presidentg Joe Chan, sec- retary: Geoff Rivers, treasurerg Bruce McCray, chaplaing Phil Martin, historiang Mike DeVault and Mike Collins, sergeants-at-arms. Sponsor for the group was Mr. William Cooper. Y-TEENS CROW ll C. Tuttle, N. Evans, V. Gibson, B. Zim- merman, S. Bibee, S. Dickson, J. Thornbur , C. Williams, S. S reves, J. Rollen, M. Clark, B.iieid, CROW 21 L. Pumphrey, B. Shelton, P. Parker, L. McCarley, J. Quevedo, S. Schmid, M. Ray, P. Wirt, S. Singer, B. Tucker, P. Zigler, M. Duke, J. Ellison, a CROW 33 S. Chastain, M. Cox, C. McNabney, S. Flowers, P. Hedrick, J. Wooten, M. Blazier, G. Wolfe, M. Wessol, S. Slye, I.. Tolbert, M. Reese. CROW 0 J. Torrell, M. White, G. Mills, J. Kent, C. Taubert, T. Douglas, R. Campbell, N. Camp- bell, R. Poling, L. ing, M. Garrett. CROW Sl S. Anderson, E, Barker, D. Griffin, B. Williams, W. Clark, J. Jeltries, M. Jackson, F. Todd, S. Carter, P. Haines, C. Blocher. CROW Sl M. Waldo, J. Ford, D. Cobble, C. Pat- ton, K. Dickson, D. Luellen, D. Hayes, C. Howard, L. Calvert. 29 That geometric principle known as a theorem means a "sweat- ing" solution for a problem to seniors Joe Faris and Pearley Cunningham. Sponsoring math enthusiasts is Mr. Ramon Avila. Discussion topics are careers, college math, and future projects. Figures and symbols were the prominent characteristics this year when Math Club held its regular bi-monthly meetings on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. Joe Rankin held the top office in Math Club with such assistants as Bob Noble, vice-presidentg Gwynne Williams, secretaryg Bill Sutters, treas- urerg Dan Milhollin, sefgeant-at-arms, and Mr. Ramon Avila, sponsor. To present the different phases of mathemat- ics in such a manner as to stimulate its members is the purpose of the club. To be eligible for mem- bership in the club, a student must be enrolled in a mathematics course, and must have completed one semester of mathematics at Central, main- taining at least a C average. The group had several guest speakers during the year. Dr. Forbes, a professor from Purdue University, addressed the club on two occasions. All clubs must add new members if they are to succeed, and, likewise, Math Club accepted ap- proximately 30 new pledges into membership. Rough initiation was "an exhausting, non-mathe- matical exertion," as the president stated. Math Club "Wrestles With Figures" CROW lj Marilyn Cook, John Weesner, Dan Milhollin, Joe Faris, Joe Rankin, Bob Noble, Gwynne Williams, Bill Sutters, Mr. Avila, Stuart Gray, Pamela Wegesin. CROW 2, Luther Miller, Bill Bartlett, Betty Conner, Ladonna Cole, Janet Moore, Cathy Burt, Susan Walsh, Chuck Pilking- ton, Mike Bump, Ronald Martzall, Jill Hartley. CROW 31 Phil Townsend, Richard Price, Marilyn Baney, Billie Hummer, Nancy Satterlield, Allen Goetcheus, Linda Baker, Carol Hottinger, Alan l-Iaisley, Michael Sims, Dick Hughes. CROW 41 Jeannine Wagoner, Marilyn Robold, Brian Parvis, Judy Stanford, Sharon Dickson, Alan Howard, Marilyn Craig. Margie Waldo, Dennis Wasson, Pearley Cunningham, Frank Wilson, John Warren, Larry Snodgrass, Dave Beaty. QROW ll Mr Burt Gerald Slmmons Ronald Rude Joe Wllson Bob Decker Joe Serra Tyrone Jones KROW 21 Ned Doster Jack Ohver John Hxcks Jerry Bufflng ton Frank Boyer Ron Schepp Phxlhp Brown KROW 31 Jxm Knecht Charles Rude Jack Voxsord Davld Fay 19.19 must be the fazomie of fhzs queen and ulamorpuss Mass Fngmeermg I outh of Pimerwa I ledge lll E I 1 pledges went through this ordeal then found the club enjoyable s Mi .2 Mltchell Paul Beall Dave Rutter Mark Tuttle KROW 42 Jlm Clevenger John Hensley Bob Roberts Larry Snodgrass John Bayman Jerry Thresher KROW 5, Everett Barnoxd B1ll Dragoo Jun Burgess Jerry Wood Charles Taylor Phxl Taylor B111 Homng Hllanously Irutlated Eleven And a great tlme was had by all Thls could well have been the end of a statement by any boy who attended the lnformal 1n1t1at1on of Englneerlng Youth of Amerlca thlS year Bob Decker served as presldent of the Trade Schools only club thls year, and other off1cers were Joe Wllson, v1ce presldent, Ron Rude, sec retary Gerald Simmons, treasurer, and Mr Fred Burt, sponsor A candldate for membershlp must have a C average and be recommended by two members 1n good standmg as Well as two teachers In thelr club meetings on the flrst Tuesday of each month the club had tours of lndustrles and speakers from lndustry and engmeermg professlons One of the most lnterestlng act1v1t1es of the year was the sprmg banquet at wh1ch the offlcers for the comlng year were lnducted 31 ' I . I 1 - I l 1 , , . 1. I f 0 . - . I I I E Y I . . . . v I I Y . , , 4 A . I 1 1 I . ' I ' I I as ' 'Y ' osx fiit . . . . fy' M . . . . . Q ff fy, 5 N . . . . I Mfg l, . -X . , . all at nn, f K . . . . , HJ' ull, ,. I' . D - . - eu l 7 ' 'X X g A .V ' ' 25 ' . ,. , I 3 YOUTH FORUM CROW lj Joe Fans J111 Hartley Molly Mllner Don Van Dyke Phy111s Dugan Gwynne W11l1ams Mr Rlce KROW 21 Lucy Spahr Kay Stevenson Trlnka Small Sandy Zimmerman Amta Green Connle Seagrave M,,,.w 32 KROW 31 Rex Mlller Jxm Hatcher Wllloughby Brown Helen Baker Marxlyn Duslng Cyrll Gxbson Phll Hulson CROW 41 Joe Chan Don Waters Davxd Heltz B111 Church Jlm Marshall Tom Graham Youth Forum. Boo 1 T1mely dlscusslons of current events were held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month as Youth Forum met at the homes of 1tS members Ehglble for membershlp were students w1th hlgh scholarshlp, good personahty, and a keen lnterest 1n soclal studles and current toplcs Joe Farms conducted the meetmgs wlth Don Van Dyke close at hand to take over 1n case of the presldent s absence J 111 Hartley copxed down mln utes and Molly Mllner collected all money Mr Homer RICE stood by m case of an extremely ar gumentatlve evenlng Debated toplcs for the year lncluded SCIBHCC and Rel1g1on," "Cap1ta1 Pumshmentf' "The Forty nlnth State,' 'Colleges and VOC3.t1OHS, and The Four Types of Hlgh School Dlplomas Dasmzssmg current fopws as the purpose of Youth Forum but the toprc at hand wzth semors Cyrrl G1b80M Joe Fans and Dale Heltz eatmg Regular meetmgs were held at members homes 1 X , ' K - I I I I I . I I I I I N - A I c , a I I . A ss . . H . ' 7 C ' Y, GC ' ' Y! 4 Q", , , , . ,,,y ,ay ,,.Ib ,, In . , . . V W., :rw 'f 1 ' "' ' . ' W My-g " f:"'-r,,.,m , ' ' A BOOK GUILD IROW ll Miss Wade, Willoughby Brown, Joann Keppler, Nancy Jordan, Tom Graham, Don Waters. KROW 22 Barbara Bookout Gw nne Williams Jo , y , yce Shaw, Jill Hartley, Janet Moore, Jodie Miller, Don Van Dyke. l w l KROW 32 Stuart Gray, Phillip Greer, Paula Webster, Trinka Small, Joe Chan, Helen Baker, Joe Faris. KROW 41 Kelly Nay, Mike Walsh, Phil Townsend, Ann Ertel, Jim Hatcher, Jim Marshall. uild Meetings Feature Discussions Lively discussions and interesting reviews of historic books as well as current novels were featured during the year in Book Guild. Don Waters, who served in the capacity of president this year, was assisted by Nancy Jor- dan, secretaryg Joann Keppler, librariang Tom Graham, treasurerg and Miss Mary Wade, sponsor. As a special project for the year, the club do- nated food for a Christmas basket which was de- livered to a needy family by the project committee. At their meetings on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, the group strove to attain its purpose, which is to create an interest in reading other than that which is required for school reading reports. By reviewing and discussing the books cho- sen monthly for their reading, the members fur- ther widened their knowledge. Members, who must be good students ap- proved by their English teachers and voted on by old members, had, as a guest speaker this year, Mr. Arthur Ball, Muncie author of Staff Officer 5th Army. Members of Library Club acted as hostesses for the meeting. You can't tell a book by its cover, so seniors Jim Marshall, Joann Keppler, and Mike W'alsh decide to take a peek inside while at Paper Editions linlimited, local bookstore. Industrious Library Club members, Earlene Howard and Jo Borders, do volunteer work by pasting "blurbs" in books. A "blurb" is the information on the inside jacket of the book. KROW D Sonja Wedmore, Sallie Thresher, Joyce Holcomb, Jo Borders, Earlene Howard, Mrs. Dalby. KROW 2, Debbie Clark, Brenda Roberts, Charlotte Patton, Gwendolyn Dollison, Greta Wolfe. Librarians' Club Made Its Debut Added this year to the ever-growing list of clubs at Central was the Library Club, sponsored by Mrs. Dalby. The club, whose meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month, trains students for library work so that the library may better serve the school and stu- dent body. Chosen by the members as officers for the year were Earlene Howard, presidentg Jo Ann Borders, vice-presidentg Joyce Holcomb, secre- taryg Sallie Thresher, treasurerg and Sonja Wed- rnore, historian. Starting off the year's activities was an ini- tiation dance, and following were such other events as a tea for members of Book Guild, a tea for the faculty, a "stamp-out-overdues cam- paign," and a Hobo's Ball. KROW 35 Martha Miller, Jane Browning, Julia Miller, Susan Moore, Janis Gregory, Nancy Haskett. CROW 41 Virginia Waldo, Edith Wilson, LuEmrna Marks, Bar- bara Lyons, l..arcy McCarley. 34 KROW ll Miss Helen Swartz, Ronald Middleton, Becky Turner, Phyllis Shepherd, Nancy Flannery, Joyce Middleton. KROW 22 Bette Hinshaw, Anete Espejo, Lois King, Judy Hess, Mary Clark, Linda Miller, Ann Walters. Bible Club Studied Scriptural Texts To learn more about the Bible so that intelli- gent discussions of its topics could be presented, and to become more informed about the religions of the world are the purposes of Bible Club. ' In their meetings, which were held every other Monday evening, the club's officers strove to prepare interesting programs for all persons interested in attending, as that was the only qual- ification students needed in order to attend. Offi- cers for the year were Becky Turner, presidentg Ronnie Middleton, vice-presidentg and Sheila Middleton, secretary-treasurer. Miss Swartz was sponsor. An impressive program this year featured the Reverend Tom Murphy from Selma, who showed slides of his trip to the Holy Land. CROW 31 Gary Havens, Phyllis Griffin, Marlene Thornbro, David Sacks, Allen Goetcheus, Larry Kidd, Dianne Deis. QROW 41 Joe Rankin, David Clark, Jim Roberts, James Cecil, Richard Price, Don Wray, Jeffrey Havens. "Prayer" was the topic discussed by Ron Lynch, who is intro- duced by President Becky Turner, at the January gathering. if 1 Q., KROW ll Mr. Basinger, K. Clark, M. Alfont, S. Schwyn, J. Shaw, L. Lowery, Mr. Carmichael, F. Foisler. KROW 23 S. Meyer, J. Reser, T. Meyer, J. Miller, E. Howard, C. Frazer, P. Kelsey, J. Morton, T. Jack. KROW 31 D. Griffin, K. King, L. Wise, B. Whitney, L. Flick, For the first time in many years, Centralls front windows boasted a Christmas view. TVorking on the Nativity Scene were artists Katy Vlork, .llary Alfonl. Karen King. and Scott Hole. +L- I r lil lil it gl lr 36 f l 4 n P. Donhauser, J. Prosser, P. Marvin, J. Drayer. KROW 41 J. Romack, P. Wine, B. Keeler, N. Knaiel, D. Huffman, S. Herndon, J. Ashton, J. Carnes, T. Washington. CROW Sl B. Sutters G. Wright, R. Douglass, D. Hoagland, D. Milhollin, T. Miley, L. Strauch, S. Lowery, J. Nolley. Art Club Created First Noel Window Did you wonder who lined the entrance to the building with that large white mural boosting the Bearcats at tourney time? No doubt you saw the Back-the-Bearcats posters, located in all con- spicuous places. Surely everyone noticed the Na- tivity Scene on the front entrance windows around Christmas season. All of these projects were brought about by the efforts of the Art Club. Heading the club this year was Lana Lowery. Other officers included Frank Foister, vice-presi- dentg Joyce Shaw, secretaryg and Shirley Schwyn, treasurer. Art teachers Mr. Basinger and Mr. Car- michael sponsored the group on meeting nights which are the third Tuesday of each month. Students who have taken a semester of art at Central or in their freshman year are eligible for membership. F. H. A.'ers Mix Fun With Useful Arts There's no need to worry about who will run the homes of tomorrow, because Central, with the help of the Future Homemakers of America, turns out several hundred girls each year into the domestic world and fields of culinary art. Officers for the three chapters this year were fChapter IJ Kay Phillips, president, Sarah Staf- ford, vice-president, Becky Schwer, secretary, Lois King, treasurer, Mary Ellen Rodenburger, project chairman, Jean VanDyke, recreation chairman, and Mrs. Ann Clark, sponsor. CChapter IIJ Jeannie Wray, president, Nancy Flannery, vice-president, Janice Biehl, secretary, Janet Ta- htinen, treasurer, Carol Lee, historian, Lois Tol- bert, parliamentarian, Jackie Houk, song leader, Aladean Cnoss, project chairman, and Miss Nor- ma Barr, sponsor. fChapter IIIJ Nancy Bader, president, Linda Miller, vice-president, Judy Sloan, secretary, Karen Cowgill, treasurer, Elaine Buchanan, historian, Betty Irwin, parliamentar- ian, Virginia Waldo, song leader, Sharon Flowers, project chairman, and Miss Joan McTurnan, spon- sor. IROW D Miss Barr, Miss McTurnan, L. King, K, Cowgill, J. Wray, S. Stafford, K. Phillips, N. Bader, L. Miller, Mrs. Clark, KROW 2? C. Tuttle, C. Daugherty, J. Winningham, D. Clark, L. Tolbert, J. Douglass, J. Rein, K. Young, J. Bailey, K. Moore C. Snodgrass, M. Webb, J. Hunt, J. Ashton, IHOW 3, S. Chastain, J. Hathaway, J. Anthony, G, Bader, M Baney, D. Deane, G. Fender, J. Welch, S. Slye, C. Shively M. Williams, S, Atkinson, B. Hinshaw, C. Lee. f I 'tE1'er heard of Rhy!hms?" This group of Future Homfmakers of America girls and their :lates are learning it themselves. Fishing in a manhole was an initiation activity of Jody Hatha- way, Carol Daugherty. ,llonlie lVilliams, Sandy Rrookbank. KROW 41 S. Mongold, M. Rodenberger, S. Huntzinger, W. Fitz- patrick, S. Scroggins, P. Beard, J. VanDyke, S. Ewry, M. Al- berson, G. Garrett, M. Groce, J. Biehl, E. Buchanan. IROW 51 J. Wade, S. Flowers, B. Irwin, S. Chadwick, J. Jordan, A. Cross, J. Hopper, J. Nolley, M. Blazier, S. Gabriel, C. Har- mon, J. Koger, V. Waldo. KROW BJ M. Nibarger, J. Biehl, J. Tahtinen, J. Houk, J. Perry, A. Green, B. Fullhart, P. Lake, L. Mitchell, B. Kirkwood. 37 l x Maybe not murdur. but a mighty vlose r-all for Jeanie lVray Kcenterb. f'on1-incing act? "Speaking of Murder" cast members. Joe Rankin. Mike Fcllins, Allen Iloetr-lzeus. and Lana Lowery. supported her alot. Lana pinch-hi! so the show could go on. "Clean up in the dungeon?" A fire hazard was caused by the e ui ment aints and props used by dramaties clas- ezc-ess of q p ,p , ses and stored in the basemeni. Ready to remedy the situation were seniors Joe Rankin. Allen Goetcheus, and Mike Collins. Productions Included Mystery by Senio: 2 DRAMATIC CLASSES G STAGE DOOR QROW lj Mlss Strllwagon Slnrley Andes Marcy Clark Margaret Love Pat Davms Allen Goetcheus Mzke Collms Bette Crow Nancy Pence Peggy Conley V1rg1n1a Grbson Sarah K nnedy KROW 21 Pat Hlatt, Pat Younce , Nana Kerhn , Dxane Collms Nancy Dickinsf, Sandy Zirnmermanf, Judy Huni', Sharon S qt , 'C7 Squler' Marxlyn Shaffer Lana Lowery Dxxle Lueller' KROW 3, B111 Boyle Lynn WGlk1US Mlke Schaifner Muriel Coatle' Anna Rooney Elalne Ewmg Bonme Ray Barbara Bookout Shxrley Boyle Kay MCGUITS Norma Evans Phyllxs Oxley KROW 41 Jlrn Cox Joe Rankln Jeanmne Wagoner Joyce "Speaking of Mardurf' the schem- ing look on Lana Lowery's face is because of her tea-drinking black- mailer, Muriel Coatie. Making the first entrance is al- ways the thrill to the actor, but Mike Collins, in "Speaking of Mur- der," looks almost awed. omedy by Juniors I gf 5' I , Downey', Donald Hendrickson", Carol Mc- Nabney, Karon Squier", Christine Skaggsf Dean Griffin', Marilyn Wessol, Martha Duke. 'Stage Door Members. Dramatics students stepped directly into the limelight via the Central High School auditorium stage this year when approximately 110 students participated in the production of Thornton Wil- der's drama, "Our Town." This, along with other activities such as conducting a guide service to incoming sophomores and supporting the junior and senior plays, kept the members of Stage Door going in a constant whirl of events. The club, in its second year at Central, chose as its officers for the year Allen Goetcheus, chief ham, Pat Davis, number-one note-takerg Pam Heldenbrand, money-manager, Margaret Love, recollectorg Mike Collins, muscle-bound bouncer, and Miss Drucilla Stillwagon, supervisor. Students in dramatics classes who maintain an average of B in dramatics and C in other sub- jects may become active members. Sophomores with a B average in English may become associate members. During this year's meetings the club stressed the different phases of dramatic arts. Special gatherings of the year featured Mrs. Fred Hinshaw, who spoke about activities in Civic Theater, Rich Danner, Burris dramatics student who told about his experiences in summer stock: and Fred Hinshaw, well-known local radio and television personality, who related his work in his vocation. 39 D. E. CLUB CROW I1 Mr. Kenneth D. Coulson, Carl Hinsey, Patsy Keeley, Karen Hayden, Marilynn Wallen, Bruce Burkett. CROW 21 Carol Stouder, Marlene Pouch, Eleanor Halstead, Sue Headley, Brenda Gregory, Carol Carnahan. D. E. and F. T. FUTURE TEACHERS CROW 11 Mary Barlow, Lois King, Nancy Bader, Jane Bailey, Georgia Sanders, Lois Winningham, Jeanie Wray, Sharon Meyer, Nancy Beck, Miss Eleanor Bly. CROW 21 Marilyn Brand, Phyllis Donhauser, Myrna Littell, Gloria Johnson, Linda Baker, Jane Browning, Carolyn Will- iams, Sharon Bybee, Judi Boswell, Molly Ingram, Sandy Druckemiller, Diana Cobble. A. Prepare Members F CROW 31 Donna Richison, Roberta Penery, Bonnie Waldo, Bettie Dalton, Margaret Leake, Sue Carpenter, Mary Freed. CROW 41 Georgia Sanders, Chester Goodwin, William Clark, Colbert Elrod, Donald Hendrickson, Sheila Middleton. CROW 31 Judy Sloan, Cynthia Doolittle, Pat Davis, Sandy Reese, Marshia Gill, Pamela Haines, Norma Evans, Dixie Wilkinson, Merrillyn McNary, Steve Barnett, Diana Griltin. CROW 41 Dianne Deis, Elizabeth Brammer, Kathryn Johnson. Margie Waldo, Mary Clark, Judy Thomburg, Rebekah Barnes, Bernard Anderson, Bill Sutters, Barbara Lindley, Alan Hub- bard. I "Anyone want to buy a stuffed giraffe?" Distributive Edu- with stuffed-toy oustorners. Curl and Cami Andrey- D. E- Pupils cation student Georgia Sanders is on the job at Ball Stores worked in Muncie businesses and helped in Student Store Day. ' ' Dues are only one of the money-making activities of the Future Teachers of America. Shown paying fees to treasurer Georgia Ichabod Crane probably never dreamed that his profession of teaching would ever bring about a club such as the Future Teachers of America. Students with a genuine interest in the field met on the first Monday night of every month, when they heard guest teachers speak. This year's officers were Lois Winningham, presidentg Jeannie Wray, vice-presidentg Jane Bailey, secretary: and Georgia Sanders, treasurer. Miss Bly was sponsor. Leading the activities for Distributive Edu- cation Club this year were Bruce Burkett, presi- dentg Carl Hinsey, vice-president, Marilynn Wal- len, secretaryg Karen Hayden, treasurerg Patsy Keeley, historian, and Mr. Coulson, sponsor. Membership in the club is possible only if the student is employed in retail business and is en- rolled in related training and coordinated work experience. This year the club won first place in state competition in the greatest number of phases of club projects. An employer-employee banquet also honored the cooperating employers of club members. Sanders are Norma Evans. Jlarianne Clark, Merrillyn McNary, Dixie Wilkinson, and Jeanie Wray. Miss Bly is sponsor. 4.1 tx MARCIA KINGEN, Editor-In-Chiei MR. EDGAR HENDERSON, Editorial Adviser, cmd MR. CARL HUMPHREY, Business Adviser Magician Staff Added Ninth Period to School It takes many people to run the schoolg and, by the same token, it takes a large staff to put out a yearbook. Such an accomplishment was per- formed by our staff after working every day dur- ing the eighth period and the "ninth" and even "tenth" period classes. During the past nine school months, jobs were assigned in such capaci- ties as cutting and pasting panelsg writing stories, captions, idents, and headlines, typing, and, of course, editing and supervising. A big tip of the hat goes to Dick Handley of Peoples Studio, who handled the tremendous job of darkroom work and senior pictures. The staff thanks publicly all students, teachers, and others who patiently filled out numerous questionnaires and assisted in any way whatsoever. It is our hope that this Magician will provide innumerable pleasant memories when, in years ahead, there comes time to scan through its pages in reminiscence. JEAN DEAL, ASSiSfUf1l Editor SHARON MEYER, Assistant Editor JAMES COLE, Head Photographer i ...-9' ,1 F fi' 9'l ll C' fi f JAMES MARSHALL, Business Manager, and JAMES JOHN WEESNER and ALAN HOWARD, Co-Sports Editors HATCHER, Assistant Business Manager FQ 1-5 No- . 'si -'ivy -sxmh .A '11 41 MARILYN BRAND, Caption Editor JUDI BOSWELL, Literary Editor JULE DEJAGER, Headline Editor KAY MERRICK, Organizations Editor CRIGHTJ, GWYNNE WILLIAMS, Senior Editor KFAR HIGHTJ: WILLIAM SUTTERS, Faculty Editor KBELOW RIGHTJ: ALLEN GOETCHEUS, Index Editor KBELOW. FAR RIGHTI. DANA HUFFMAN and LUCY SPAHR, Typists IJ: .Ai-4 Student Stars Staged 'Moods' "Blue Illoon or Moonshinc?" This jolly good group and "jug band" of girls Sz' S.-I vocalized "Blue Moon" and played "Blue Moonshine" on hill country jugs. "VPl'8flfllP," yes. versatile. Jackie Romaok, San- dfy Reese. Sandy Druokemiller. and Jlolly Ir:- grom. irell known senior quartet. sang their icay up the "Stairway to the Stars." fBEIOWf "Catch A Falling Star . . . " was the popular song performed by the senior double quartette. fRIGIITJ "I Enjoy Being Girl" gathered roars of laughter as these mopheads fjun- ior boys who wouldn't be embarrassed by having their names herej acted "misplaced," N 1 t ek , . CROW 11 L. Stevens, J. Keppler, K. Fletcher, R. Campbell, B. Tomey, S. Meyer, K. Merrick, G. Williams, N. Cruea, C. Hiatt. A. Neff, S. Herndon, M. Kingen. KROW 21 M. Springman, P. Bell, P. Whiteside, M. Blazier, J. Romack, M. Ingram, S. Druckemiller, L. Floyd, M. Zimmerman, W. Williams, G. Dollison, M. Peckinpaugh, C. Hurst. KROW 31 J, Persinger, S. Thresher, C. Trowbridge, D. Luellen, J, Epperson, D. Huffman, M. Shaffer, A. Walters, P. Haskett, S. Middleton, A. Ertel, L. Flick, S. Orrick, M. Terry. KHOW 41 J. Buffalo, T. Washington, B. Turner, S. Reese, B. Tucker, P. Wine, C. Palin, D. Clark, D. Wasson, G. Denney, M. Fierce, S. Pool, S. Barnett. CROW 51 G. Harper, W. Dollison, D. Sheward, I.. Clark, G. Sumwalt, J. Sutters, B. Meranda, G. Lanich, J. Morrow, E. Jernagin, P. Buckles, K. Wilkins, L. Bradburn. QROW 61 G. Thresher, J. Woods, H. Scates, P. Cates, P. Brogan, D. Oaldon, W. Tate, T. Henry, R. Jimerson, T. Randolph, R. Kersey, R. Clark, D. Hofheinz. Our Concert Choir Delighted Audience New this year were the Muncie Central C'om'e'rt Choir banners displayed by Mr. Boyer and Mr. Stepleton, choir directors. E UU! 1 46 Music filled the air as the Muncie Central Choir performed at several events during the course of the year's activities. The combined ef- forts of Mr. Ernest Boyer and Mr. Glen Stepleton, directors, produced a choir which made public ap- pearances at the annual production of the "Mes- siah," the Community Sing, "Musical Moods," and graduation. In addition, the group, which was di- vided into two classes meeting at different hours in the day, alternated in making tape recordings which were played at later dates -over the radio. Officers for this year were Ray Clark, presi- dentg Sandy Druckemiller and Juanita Conley, vice-presidentsg Pat Wine and Gwynne Williams, secretaries: and Jackie Romack and Nancy Hurst, treasurers. For the first time, this year the choir pre- sented "The Seven Last Words" to the student body during the Easter season. Held in the sanc- tuary of the High Street Methodist Church, the program was given twice in order that everyone might attend. KBOW ll E. Baker, L. Henry, A. Branson, L. Lowery, L. Parris N. Pence, L. McLaughlin, D. Johnson, M. Dailey, E. Hardy B. Crow, N. Hurst, B. Wright. CROW 21 M. Burks, F. Todd, W. Johnson, B. Hartley, R. Schafer B. Bratton, C. Harmeyer, C. Ewing, B. Beesley, A. Wilson, H Higdon, N. White. KHOW 32 S. Garrett, B. Barton, J. Weaver, N. Markley, R. Sells F. Clark, G. Buck, N. Robold, L. Peckinpaugh, M. Barton, M Craig, C. Doolittle. ver the Radio, at Convos and Dinners Singing at the auditorium Thanksgiving Conrocation are members of the Concert Choir. Besides 1-om-os. the choir dons robes for radio programs and church performanves. 1 Enlwenmg shows with their dancing rou tmes were mayorettea fBACK ROWD Car olyn Stine Georgzanna Milla Pat Hiatt Lana Lowery Carolyn Cooper fFBONT ROWJ Judy Turney Mary Freed and Lucmda Foltz 4-X, or Huge Moods and Ball Game Crowds Steppmg' mto the spotllght backed by band music and singing their way into the hearts of all music lovers were the majorettes and Glee Club respectlvely These all glrl organizations were ac tlve all year ln plannmg entertainment for the stu dent body as well as the townspeople Girls Glee Club whlch IS under the dlrection of Mr Boyer and Mr Stepleton practiced many hours preparlng for performances. Offlcers for the year were Sharon Adams, president g Lmda Donovan and Delynn Durham, vice presidentsg Karen Cowgill and Jackie Drown, secretariesg and Susan Keppler and Gloria Ruth erford, treasurers. Appearances at the Messiah, Christmas Com munity Sing, and Musical Moods were highlights of the g'roup's musical year. Ready to "take the stage" are band mem bers who performed at all home football and basketball games durmg half time 49 M XXX qs XXX p ,,,,,.o. px 1 , K A K X A 2 15 4 Xp ,At P R .U My 4 ' . , ,. x, ' 1 ,, ' X V Y I . h -e X, 5 .Lf ' I K xv if ' - 11 ki l it Q. w X , J eg fx ! , X A , ix l tt' ll ll . . , I , , I I . C O 1 . - , . CHS Musicians Enlivened Our Games and Convos Magnum musical might be the description of the instrumental music department this year as the band and orchestra groups once again swelled in size. Having rehearsals of numbers for future events each afternoon, each group participated in several activities during the school year. Making the important decisions for the groups in their combined officers' meetings were band officers Richard Overmyer, presidentg Dave Clevenger, first lieutenantg Marilyn Baney, sec- ond lieutenantg Judi Boswell, secretaryg and Char- lotte Ewing, social chairman. Orchestra officers were Michael Ashley, presidentg Molly Ingram, secretaryg Phyllis Newton, treasurerg and Gloria Johnson, reporter, along with combined directors Mr. Parlette and Mr. Dwiggins. By selling candy bars to boost their travel fund, the groups enjoyed an overnight trip to Chi- ORCHESTRA CROW U Michael Ashley, Becky Barnes, Sharon Williams, Jeanette Wade, Ladonna Cole, Gary Havens, Connie Greg- ory, Mike Sipe, Linda Buckmaster, Gloria Hayes, Janet Jeffries. CROW 21 Lucy Goebel, Joe Rankin, Larry Dennis, Bob Carnes, Janet Wertz, Sharon Cummings, Darrell Dennis, Gloria John- son, Russell Steed, Marcia Houk. cago to visit the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and to attend the Midwest Band Clinic. Not only did students receive full credit for these courses, but they also extended their talents by winning 22 "firsts" in district and state solo and ensemble competition during the spring. CROW 3, Jeffrey Havens, Macy Barnard, Joyce Middleton, David Sunderland, Ronnie Stout, Joe Bill Ritter, Gene Arnold, David Myers, Kent Mitchell, Jim Johnson, Elaine Carey, Mary Nibarger, Curtis Hutchison. CROW 41 Mr. Dwiggins, Marilyn Cook, Louis Grieswell, Lowell Yoder, Cynthia Doolittle, Molly Ingram, Phyllis Newton. .,.--f 'if 5. b ax 3 4. Axfvivkgl rnu,,f7fs,! lx x ,X A .. Q . "fx" .". . 2"-" .' u .'v' '-.' 4 --..,' .'-'b 'J if. J -' '.'. -.' f . .4-IH' f'-0 f f ,'.. .'-g..'.'a..','s 0' 1-,gf '-Q:-' . '- .3 49' J, '.'.. '. - ' '-'. .'. ' - . 4' , .3 . ,', O, ,'.j4' . ,- c. '. ,'. . Q J.:-. ,-Q- e ok' 5 , ,', ,'.'e,-'v ,', 1-'-In 1' 0'-5 I S .'.'. .' '-'-'ov if!! 's Sports are a vital part of "Our Gang"! A representative of sports ia Ron Bonham, Bearcat basketball center, com- ing through the NCC "Good Luck Gate" held by Phil Bradburn. "Our Gang' always displays winning ways. .,- .'. . Q . I 5 2 - . . . , ,.-.-?-.- s, '53-.-1-tY'i'l-'ol' af.-'.'.-.v -'Q' e'- 0 9 J vp -2- Q '.'. .. 0.-', .',',S.4,-A-E -1. N .'.-.' s . - - -, -e'.',',-,0.'.4.-Lf., , .,.,.. ....,, WSPORTS THE "crack" of the bat as our 'Cat hits a homer . . . the roar of the crowd that accompanies the opening kickoff . . . the "Swish" of the net as the ball slips through . . . the "thud" as another 'Cat matman downs his opponent . . . the "bang" of the starter's gun as the Purple-and-White flashes around the track . . . the groan of a tennis opponent who didn't quite return a serve . . . the huffing and puffing of our harrier as he comes in first . . . the "snap" as the CHS golfer makes a lengthy drive . . . all these sounds are music to the ears of Centra1's sports enthusiasts kept us rooting Wal 53 3'- -..! A twenty three mch tall fag ure of gold as the reward of the 21 hard workmq boys Coach Jlel Thlson and As szstant Coach Carl Humph rey fo: wmmng the Short rzdge Inutatzonal -idmzrmg a uell deserted State trophy are Bob Patterson fholdmq trophyh Coaah 'llel U nlson and 'lfzhe Sch an In the foreground are team members George Bonner and Ruhard U zll1ams Undeieate Jlr Huffman CHS prmczpal acceptv r the szhool the N C I Cross Country Trophy from Coach Jlel W'1l son T zeumg the presentatmn are har r1ers Gary Crow Jluke Schran Jan Conway and Damd Heltz It gn, ff- ,A Bob Patterson, an Anderson harrier, and Gary Crow qet a fine start in the gn fngf,r'Y0n siorfikfeper' 1123? Pgttirsonk any dual meet with Anderson. which, ten minutes later, proved to be Central's Gael fdson Ca C" a e an n' mn ua 'mee ou toughest one of the 1958 I'ross Country season. come fwe won, arriers Came Home Muncie Central Indianapolis Tech Muncie Central Indianapolis Shortrxdge Muncie Central Marion Muncie Central Richmond Muncie Central Burris Muncie Central Kokomo Muncie Central Anderson Muncie Central Indianapolis Tech Members of the victorious State-winning CC team are. CFIRST ROW! D. Lowery, M. Scates, D. Harvey, H. Murphy, R. Williams, B. Hammond, D. Green. QSECOND ROWJ W. Miller, M. Hiatt, G. Crow, J. Conway M Schranz C. Vonder- State Champs Muncie Central Muncie Central Ma 1on Richmond Burris 62 Yorktown Indianapolis Shortndge Muncie Central Muncie Centrla Muncie Central Kokomo Muncie Central 26 Anderson The last four meets were special events and were won Muncie Central Schmitt D. Gettxnger S. Cole. QTHIHD ROW, Coacn Mel Wilson B. Alfont W. Raines D. Baker B. Patterson G. Bon- ner D. Waters and assistant Coach Carl Humphrey. n 5249, 1- IF "Thank you," says Bob Patterson as he is awarded a medal for being on the state-winning team and second individually in the state. Among his trophies is a silver medal for every meet of the undefeated season. Running their way into the cross country limelight, on into the Shortridge Invitational cross country championship, and finally on to cap- ture the State Championship, the Muncie Central harriers, coached by Mel Wilson, ended their sea- son with an unblemished record. By stomping our old rival Anderson four times, the Bearcat runners brought a new distinc- tion to Central, that of having an undefeated sea- son in cross country. A glance in the trophy case at the coveted awards from the Shortridge Invita- tional and the North Central Conference will con- vince everyone that the 'Cats offered rough com- petition to all contenders. Bob Patterson, outstanding senior harrier, led the squad through the victorious season and won a large collection of medals for his achieve- ments. Other starters for the team were Dave Baker, Gary Crow, George Bonner, Mike Schranz, Richard Williams, and Jan Conway. 56 Runners Had First All-Victory Season All smiles are members of the victory-claiming team displaying the twenty-fire golden inches of IHSAA award. :sa- 2: 35 000 3: Q-N I5 WE 'en ..... N3 QQ S.. Si' 3: ,,. isi- 5:- Q: 73 QQ ma' 'Q 25 33 gi: 3 si 2-I 157 NCB FF s ... 3 3 Q '1 ... Z T7 I I I IU, xws ' " 'N I 'Cat CC team members listen as official points out boundaries of the course in Anderson during dual meet. 9 .Q X9 CROW ll Carl Adams - Baseballg Ettore Antonini - Footballg Dick Fisher - Wrestling, Assistant Footballg Bob Heeter - Assistant Basketballg Carl Humphrey - Assistant Track, Assistant Cross Countryg John Longfellow - Basketball. sw 'CD' IROW 21 Fred McKinley -- Athletic Director: Leo Mench - Assistant Football, Assistant Wrestling: Ed Olsen - Tennis George Punzelt - Assistant Footballp Ernest Sutton - Golf Hal Warren - Athletic equipment manager: Mel Wilson - Track, Cross Country. They Turn Out Top - Notch Bearcats fBEIOVVl "Recognize any place previously visited by Centralilcsu? The "gridiron," 1-inder oral for 'Cat trackstr-rs, Bearcat stadium. the home of C'HS's 'basketball bunch,' .'lIcKinIey High, and Minnetrista golf course fused by baseball and cross country squadsj are uniquely displayed from air. fRIGIITJ Chores -- consisting of checking and handling equipment-are sufficiently completed by student managers Rea: Goen, Richard McAlister, Ribhard Ertle, and Charles Michael. 'ln- f. Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats 58 During the half, Wendy Futrell Jam Bar low and Jerry Crexke watch and lmsten to Coaches Antonim and Fwher earplazn a play to use in the next half Meet Our Fightin', Fearsome Gndmen Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats "' we 542.-f ski ,gil W 'N W -?H1'Q-gras C1 2 ""' Qt B H ,- 9 ,ri Ati.. IX ann? at - Qesmj ...X , Q-7 f-4 P A x 'Ii A gg,-3. wr ,gf f J!9""" f .47 A V V-QS' Y 40 N fo L4 Q3 i5"'4 Mgt? Qt? Q, Wu' I -:I X My Q, 5-Q KROW ll Wendy Futrell quarterback Mrke De Vault tackle J1m Nettles, halfback, Jerre Creske end, Joe Farms, guard, Kelly Nay, tackle KROW 21 Jerry Delk, center, Geoff Rwers, guard, J1m Barlow Boys who wlsh to play football for Muncle Central w1ll find that lt requlres both muscle and concentratlon Sometlmes, however, a team will practlce well and play hard at games and stxll feel the dlsappomtmg pang of defeat However, thxs year a good splrrt and extenslve effort were pres ent although the team won Just four of 1tS mne half back Dave Studebaker end Norman Crow full back Luke Whltcomb tackle QROW 33 Drck Hughes Gene Replogle, John Smlth, full back Dave Heltz, center, Roy Burks, Guard Carl Hall, end 1 contests. The grld boys put up an excellent f1ght, as our defeated foes can well t8Stlfy. Next year the newer players w1ll have an advantage of a year's experlence. 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Loyally We Backed Our Gridiron Guys is 5 S fl I-FTQ 'III George Punzelt sending Wendell Futrell and Vor man Frou into play fIlIGlITJ loaches Ettore Antonin: leo llenfh, and Ihr-k Pusher here watch for possible errors if Cheering the football team on to victory are Sandi Turner, Ann Ertle. and Joann Keppler. All three were senior rooters. A refreshing drink of water is provided by the student manager for Joe Faris. This is but one of the duties of these helpers. Jim Barlow and Luke Whitco-mb are at the aide. 1 QTOPJ Turning with the ball is Jim Nettles, who is attempting to dodge the tackler. QBOTTOMI Jim was the high scorer of thc season. Here, however, after trying to escape his opponent he is tackled on the play. Muncie Central's flashy Bearkittens went un- defeated in their proud season. The sophomore flashes won four and tied two. The only opponent to score more than six points against the mighty Fishermen was New Castle. In that game it seemed that our boys had the "first game jitters," for New Castle tied the 'Kittens 26-all. The 'Kittens' coach, Mr. Dick Fisher, was at the helm in the training of these boys. 'Kitten starters were Melvin Jolley and Bill Allen, endsg Curtis Benning and Dick Conway, tacklesg Jerry Thresher and Dave Thompson, guardsg and Mark Tuttle, center. Starting at quarterback was Ted Roetken, with George Gordon at fullback. Ray Patterson and Dick Dunn were halfbacks. Other squad members who saw frequent action were Arthur McPhaul, endg Steve Morgan, Eugene Barker, and Phil Mark, guardsg Gene Hahn, An- thony Laker, Jim Horvath, and Jim Voisard, half- backsg and John Pamerleau and Larry Thompson, fullbacks. Next year some of the pictured Kittens will have grown into full-fledged Bearcats. It will be these boys who lead the future Bearcats. The 'Kittens record was as follows: Bearkittens Bearkittens 6 7 9 Richmond ............ Bearkittens 25 3 Anderson .......... - ....,. 6 Bearkittens 25g New Castle ...,.. ..... 6 Bearkittens 6 6 3 Richmond ..r... ...vr.. Bearkittens 253 Anderson -- ..,.....,...... 6 26 g New Castle ,..,,c......... 26 'Kitten Record 4-0-2 BEARKITTENS lROW lj M. Jolley, B. Allen, D. Thompson, B. Towne, J. Thresher, S. Morgan, C. Benning, G. Sasser. KROW 21 R. Goen, B. Jackson, A. McPhaul, C, Watkins, T. Roetken, B. Kerr, E. Barker, P. Mark, T. Laker, D. Dunn, M. Tuttle. KROW 31 Coach Fisher, D. Norman, R. Abrams, R. Patterson, J. Pamerleau, J. Igloigath, D. Conway, W. Borders, D. Patterson, A. Finchum, . avxs. -:H , :5 N do ' 2 5 if ,I A' ii, Q 5 A if if .TA M Es W x1.1.u xx Inns f , W V ,. SAM. qw.. rn Q :- '., , 5, av gpfsygy' ,.1, - 0 ff' 4 Emggxljfiii .z , K D' JAMES EARL JoHNsoN .4 , -if Q29 , Q . if ... . 4 -g N, ,Q 1 xx, :fav . f 4, ,.,. naw: Nr, gr , Q-3 m. .m k . ff Q N' 4 . 4 . 15 .f, JC M ,Qs Qlsifif 6 wc. ,E 5 4 54. ss, fs 1 A i 3 , in 2332 4 ft' i ., iv: 4: i .M ls 3 9 V, I, K gt' v WNW 4 ' 1549 Q' :Q Q Q A -r xx 3 - if R is Q .ri flzzlifi I K .W xv X A 2' L fi ! . 4 . A 'i A 95139 5 5 Y ,ef f 7 x 2' ' ,z ff ff:-X A 'WZ YW, A ,gym -K I .v R. wx- , 1,1 , ' JERRY LEE DANIEL DONALD JosEPH VAN DYKE Bearcats Won Four Crowns SEASON RECORD FOR 1958-59 Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats Bearcats 77 3 Rushville .......,c,,,,. 62 ' 935 Hagerstown .4 3 scsssssa .3 47 753 Shelbyville c..., ,C ssssss C 33 915 Ft. Wayne North, Side 3 49 78Q Logansport ,C , ,B as 54 641 Richmond . ..s.s 3 3 3 37 781 Hammond 3 A as 71 533 Anderson 1. A 50 673 Elkhart 3 csc,. , 57 683 Marion ss,cls 3 sc,.. . A 55 93Q Kokomo cssl.c,..,c 3 ss.. A 84 913 Lafayette Jeff o,ss, 70 672 Terre Haute Wiley 3 A ,C 3 49 85Q Anderson .s., 3 ..ssc 3 sc.. . A 3 71 643 South Bend Central , 3 62 68Q Indianapolis Tech A 56 903 New Castle 3 cssc,cs 3 78 893 Laporte ..,,c.,.... 63 772 Kokomo 79 783 Frankfort or 55 761 Marion ...s., . ,ccc ssss 6 8 Sectional 773 Cowan ssss., 8,3 30 73Q Burris ,,,.3. , A 57 991 DeSoto ....c,ccc.s .o,, 5 1 Regional 803 New Castle ..,s.... 1,,. 6 1 573 Parker s....,r.... 46 Semi-State 72 3 CTIDUS Attacks 3 ....., ,r,,,,., 6 4 JOHN ROBERT DAMPIER Coach John Longfellow re- gards the trophy that the senior class presented him following the 'Cats' .success- ful season. "This is some- thing I needed," he told stu- dents at post-tourney convo. V af -, , X,Xy,f t A , W Rx ' M! K A xx-A xx jr xl lx ffv i 3 4 t lg Sporting a 15-4 final record, members of the Bearkitten squad are KFHONT ROWD D. Ross, C. Watkins, P. Mark, G. Baker, C. Erwin, M. Jolley, J, Curts, and J. Patterson. CBACK ROWD R. Goen, Mgr., D. McCallister, Mgr., T. Mcfllfresh, T. Roetkin, The 'Kittens Chalked Coming through with a striking final won- lost record of 15-4, Coach Bob Heeter's Bearkit- tens proved that Central will have enough good material for future years of "net" fever. In Coach Heeter's first year at Bearcatville, the squad av- eraged .410 from the field and .600 from the foul shot line. Dunking 892 points for the 1958-59 sea- son, the 'Kittens averaged 46 points per game. The season's record is as follows: 'Kittens .... ..... 5 l Hagerstown r,,, .,,Y,A, 2 5 'Kittens ..... 46 Shelbyville ...,,, .,,,, , , 35 'Kittens ..... 53 Logansport ,,rr,, ,,,,, A , 35 'Kittens ....... ..... 4 4 Richmond ,..,. , ,,,,, Z2 'Kittens ..... 49 Hammond ...,... . ., H 45 'Kittens ....... ...... 4 3 Anderson ,,,, Y,,A,,, 3 6 'Kilte1'1S .,... 48 Elkhart ,,,,, , ..,Y 39 'Kittens .... ..... 2 4 Anderson ...A Sl 'Kittens ..... 54 Richmond .. ..,.. ,, 29 'Kille-HS ..... 46 Lafayette . . .......... .... , 26 'Kittens ...... 59 Terre Haute Wiley . .. . 22 'Kittens ....... ...... 3 4 Anderson ...... ... . 35 'Kittens . .... 54 South Bend Central 36 'Kittens ...... 49 lndianapolis Tech . 43 'Kittens ....... ...... 4 4 New Castle .... ,,,,, , 48 'Kille1'1S ...... 56 LaPorte ........ .,,, , , 53 'Kittens ....... ...... 3 8 Kokomo 41 'Kittens ....... ...... 5 8 Frankfort ...... ,.,,,,,, 4 2 'Kittens ....... ...... 4 2 Marion .,.... ,,,,,,,, 3 2 R. Carrigan, J. Dinwiddie, B. Allen, R. Williams, D. Thompson, G. Lanich, and Mr. Robert Heeter, new basketball coach. According to their record, the kittens had a highly successful SSGSOII. Up A15 - 4 Mark fABOY'El Orerbounding 11-ith enthusiasm over a Bearkitten play is fan Homer Rice. social studies instrur-tor. fBI-ILOXVH "Open wide and yell, g'irls."' Thafs the method of support band mem- bers Judi Boswell, Charlotte Ewing. Ladonna Cole, Betty Kyle, and Sharon Williams give to the basketball team. Hopin' 'n' Cheerin'- It's All in a Game Receiving their second defeat from Indian- apolis Attucks at "Naptown's" Semi-State, Coach John Longfellow's North Central Conference, Sectional and Regional Champion Bearcats cli- maxed their year of "net fever" with a 25-2 won- lost record. The squad stood 19-1 in the regular season with an 8-1 record in the conference, los- ing only to Kokomo's Wildcats. The 'Cats were number one in Indiana most of the year and aver- aged .409 from the field. Fate dealt "Munsee Town" a blow in Jim Davis's injury of a broken wrist in the Anderson battle, but provided Central with an able guard, Jim N ettles. Both will return next year. Next year Bearcatville can look forward to the return of Ron Bonham, junior scoring ace, and John Dampier, fast-dribbling guard. This year two starting seniors, Bernard Anderson, guard, and Dave Hofheinz, forward, leave the team. P s ' I , 5 X K fABOVEJ "All's Quiet on the Western Front," ea-cept, that is, for Robbie D1bk's popping bubble gum. Above the team is Mr. John Paul Huffman, CHS principal. fBELOWJ Cheer Block boosters Willoughby Brown and Peggy Brooks always look wide-eyed and ea-cited when surprised with a Bearcat play. 4 "A ll around the Berry bush Bernie bounces the ball." Bernard Anderson 1453, 'Cat guard, eludes two Loganberries, while Gary Hensley 153D and Ron Bonham 1301 watch his skill. Taking the game 87-54, the 'Cats made it the fourth consevutive win of the season. A winning string of seventeen games. equal to the longest record in Bearcat history, was broken by Kokomo. X fABOVEJ "Want a bite, John!" An Elkhart Blue Blazer has his finger in the mouth of 16-21 forward John Dampier, who is trying a tip-in basket. fBl-JLOSVI Many "crack-ups" occurred on the Fieldhouse floor this year. In this incident Ron Bonham is the victim, and teammate John Dampier looks worried over the condition of the sic-four junior center. if dv, - my - -u Central's Ron Bonham and Burris' Fred Coton look as if they are going to "shake hands and come out fighting" in the Bear- cat-Owl game in the Sectional Tournament. Bearcat1:ille's Dave Hofheinz also seems to be getting into the act. Central won the game with a score of 73 to 57. More excitement at the Central-Burris Sectional game: Bear- catville's John Dampier rebounds with Burris team members. In an assembly held on the first day of school after f'entral's defeat at the 'Naptown Semi-State at the hands of Crispus At- tacks, Mr. James Hyatt, master of ceremonies, looks on as Sandy D-ruckemiller and Jackie Romack, senior cheerleaders. admire flowers presented them by four under-class cheerleaders. We Stand Proud: Two Tourney Crowns "When Bearcats lose, they take it in their stride." So went the words of Central's Basketball Coach John Longfellow at the assembly held after Muncie's loss in the Indianapolis Semi-State. A courageous recovery made by the Bearcat- ville squad failed to stop Crispus Attucks in the final Semi-State game at the Butler Fieldhouse. The score was Crispus Attucks, 64, and for the Bearcats of Muncie Central, 62. This year's tournament taught the students of Central at least two things: How to take it when one loses quite unexpectedlyg and, most of all, it proved that "there is no 'Cat like a Bearcat." Cheering - Our Job: Bearcats - 0ur Team In the pursuit of victory for our Bearcat boys was the girls' cheering block. Miss Katharine King and Miss Marjorie Luce donated their time to sponsor the group, while Ann Ertle and Jill Hartley acted as block leaders and art com- mittee heads. "Qhief-officiols-in-charge-of-noise" are KRQW IJ Seniors Sandy Drucke- Carting away a Ucatsup bottle" are Ann Ertle and miller and Jackie Romack QROW 21 J Jill Hartley, art committee heads. The Frankfort 'hot- dog' game provided unique ideas for a skit. . . uniors Connie Seagrave and Sandy Zimmerman, and 1Row 33 Sophomores Shirley Andes and Phyllis Hammond. Adding a "light touch" spirit was the Boys' Block, sponsored by Mr. Hyatt and Mr. Punzelt. Mike De- Vault led the boys in giving rousing 'Cat cheers. r -G., A .,-.N T5 SQL 67 4-air' Qc o O co gre' all V Q. ' is f' MN YQ I X I Q,XSNQ4f tWTRA v I'-, af M, .,-s- 8 . '-am ,V H, ..-ff--q..,,.--f ,.. W.. ...- aBNCQs 'Q I Adams' Diamondmen Played 18 Games 1958 SEASON'S RECORD ' 44,1 Central .Z .... ...,...,.......AA,....... L afayette ..,.... ..,,,-, 9 Central ...... Richmond ...., 44.,,,, 5 Central ....,. Marion ,.,.,...,,.,,.. - ,,,,, 6 Central ..,... Hartford City ..,,,,, ,..,,,, 2 Central ....,. Anderson .,.r.....,,., .r,,,,4 7 Central ...... Madison Heights .,.r .,,,,,, l Central .,...,. Frankfort ,,,,.r.,...... ,,,,,,. 4 Central ...,... Royerton .,.,,,,...r ,,,,,,, 8 Central ....... New Castle ....,., ..,.,,. 4 Central ....,.. Middletown ..... ,..,,,, 4 BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1959 April 14-Lafayette Jeff. May -at New Castle April 16-Richmond MQY -Middletown April 21-at Marion May 18-Indianapolis Tech M - H l cl ' April 23-Logansport GY at an or CNY . May 21-at Royerton April 28-at Anderson May -Royerton April May 30-at Kokomo 4-Hartford City May 16-Sectional at Fort Wayne May l8-N.C.C. at May 5-at Anderson - h Madison Heights RIC mond Moy 23-State at May 7-at Frankfort Indianapolis There's action a'plenty on the golf course this year. KUPPER LEFT, Catcher Dick Freeman awaits the arrival of a baseball. fUPPI-:R RIGHTJ Bob Noble reaches for that ball as Don Van Dyke makes his tracks to first base. QUENTEBJ Jack Quick gazes at his pitcher, deciding how the neat ball is going to be thrown. QLOWI-:B LEFTJ Dick Campbell just barely makes it into home plate. KLOWEB RIGHT, "Get readyg here it comes!" says Dick Thompson as he begins to pitch the ball. Central's 1959 baseball squad was composed ol the following boys: KROW ll Dick Freeman, Mike Walsh, Norman Crow, Rex Miller, Dick Thompson, Bob Noble, Don Vcm Dyke, Bob Decker, Jack Ouirk. KROW 21 James McCallister, John Barnett, Dove Thompson Jerry Delk, Dave Clevenger, Dean Boyle, Ronnie Schepp Dick Campbell, Norman Foster, Ted Roetkin, Gene Reagan Dick Hughes. Lf nu lclf xcfllllll al 69 3 KROW lj Gary Baney, Ed- die Miller, Robert Johnson, David Geeting. QROW 2l Tom Graham, Jerry Eicher, Gary Hensley, Coach Ed Olsen, Chuck Pilkington. Greg Hurst, and Carleton Polk. Tennis Squad E es Better Season 1958 SEASON' Central ...,,.., .............,......,,. 7 5 Central ......., ..... 1 5 Central ........ ,,... 6 7 Central lg Central ,..,..,. ,,,,,. 2 5 Central ......., ..... 4 5 Central ,....... ,.,.,, 5 5 Central .....,.. ,,,,,, U 5 Central ........ ,,,,,, O 5 Central ....... ...... 2 5 Central lg Central ........ ..,.r, 5 5 Central ........ ....., 2 5 S RECORD Bluffton ,...,.............,.. .,... 0 Ft. Wayne South .,......, ..... 5 Frankfort ....,.,..,...,.,.... ...,, l Peru ..............,.,....... ..... 6 Logansport ........ ..,,. 5 Richmond .....,. .,.... 3 Burris ......,,,..,o,,,.. ,,,,., 4 Lafayette Jeff. .,,.,, ..,,, 7 Kokomo ,,,....,,.......,,.,,.... ...... 7 Indianapolis Tech ,,,., ,,... 5 Anderson .,........t,..,,. ..,,,, 6 Marion ..........Y,,,....,. ....,. 2 Burris .....,,. ..... 7 TENNIS SCHEDULE - 1959 April 9-at Bluffton April 16--at Ft. Wayne South April 18-Peru April 21-Logansport April 23-Frankfort April 28--at Richmond QTOPJ Leading members of this April 30-at Lafayette May 5-Indianapolis Tech May 7-Kokomo May 12-Anderson May 14-at New Castle May 19-at Marion year's tennis squad - Chuck Pilkington, Dave Heltz, and Greg Hurst - are pictured above. fBOTTOMJ " 'Round and 'round it goesjv and where it stops no- body knows." Thus are the thoughts of Carleton Polk, Jerry Eicher, and Tom Graham, other squad, deciding on first serve. 70 leading members of this year's C5 jj' Jw 5. f Golfing Guys' Goal: To Repeat '58 Role 1958 SEASON'S RECORD Central ,....., .,,....,,..o,...,,,,, 4 V2 Central .....,, o...,,,,,, 8 V2 Central 1 0 Central ........ .,,.,,,, 1 12 Central ........ ,,,...,,,, 2 Central ....,.., ,,,r,.,, 1 4 Central .....,. ,,,,,,l,,,,r,, 8 Central ....,... ,.,.,,.,,, 9 lfz Central .,...,,..,.,.,...,.,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,. 7 V2 Central ......,,......,...,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 12 1 1 I Alexandria ....,,. ,,.,..l. 7 Vg New Castle ,.... ....,.Y. 5 V2 Marion ,..,..,.v.. .,,,,,,....,,,. 5 Anderson ..,,..... ,.,,Y.... l 4112 Hagerstown ...- .....,., ..l3 Marion ,..- ,.,.., ...... . .l Richmond ,,,,,,... .,,,....,.,, 7 New Castle ....,.... ..... . ,5V2 S. S. Ft. Wayne ......,,,,...,,,,, 4Vg Richmond .,,,.,.....,,,,, .,,.,,,.YY...., 3 13th in Sectionalg 8th in North Central Conference Match. BEARCAT GOLF SCHEDULE - 1959 April I4-Anderson High- land April 21-at New Castle April 23-Anderson April 28-Marion May 1-Richmond KROW ll Jon Hatcher, Joe Faris, Steve Barnett, Gary Nigh. KROW 21 Danny Bart- lett, Bill Bartlett, Dave Rut- ter, Lonnie Lorcmce, Jack Voisard, Jim McCormick. Not pictured: Mike Painter, Tom Collins, Pat Ellis, Har- ry Nipp, Kerg Fear, and Mike Frizzell. tl May 4-South East lnd. High School Tourney at Rushville 5-at Anderson 8-at Richmond May May May ll-New Castle May 12-at Marion gal 1' 42. Qfn. "H 'JMX x . gr A - ,A ' J H ivivlfg-W-.e alma-up I , l,.,,..,,,, A 4' rf' ft.. . ,, W Hanfwwvnmw , an M .r,,e,g,...w-'--fa, - 'A-I ' i , , t 5 ,F 12" pfigqfi ,Q-N, ,IQ 4, .. "Putting practive makes perfect," according to these members of Ce'ntral'.s golf team. Linksman Joe Faris watches teammate Steve Barnett "perfect" his putting stroke. yas ,QQ ' r ,, ffl 71 Gau- tw' -- ll ., l Coach Mel Wilson's 1959 track squad consisted of the follow- ing boys: CROW lj Bruce McCray, Richard Norman, Mike O'Neil, Mike Schranz, Ray Jimmerson, Gary McCreery, Ron- nie Williams, Bill Alfont, David Baker, Bob Patterson, Don Waters, Mike Devault, Rex Goen, manager. KROW 2, Jim Nettles, David Harper, Albert Finchum, Marvin Skates, Gary Track Men Triumph AE. .:'... ' l 'tits 'v A , . .Q F . N, E QQEENQ, rum! V' , Assistant Coach Carl Humphrey watches as Bob Patterson and Don Waters receive fine points on batons from Coach Mel Wilson. Bob and Don were selected by their teammates to act as 1959 co-captains. 72 ed at Kokomo Relay 1 t -u f l, l' ii T' 1., , " 1 v A , x 5 XS, ' NB i D215 'I Crow, Jim Hatcher, Bill McCormick, Tom Kersey, Jan Conway, Robert Janney, Renzie Abrams, Bill Keep, George Bonner, Coach Mel Wilson. CROW 31 Henry Murphy, Doug Patterson, Larry Griffin, Don Greene, Rusty Ross, William Hammond, Roy Patterson, Geoff Rivers, Tom Randolph, Dick Conway, Dick Dunn Walker Miller, David Skaggs. Defeating a tough Richmond squad, Muncie Central's track team emerged victorious this season in the North Central Conference meet at Frankfort. Although the fall of Central's high- hurdling Ray Jimmerson in that event was a bad break for the squad, a first and second in the mile run, captured by Bob Patterson and Dave Baker, respectively, added to Central's winning total. Coach Mel Wilson said that this year's track squad had made a marked improvement over the squad of the previous year. Central's thinlies had just recently been tri- umphant at the Kokomo Relays, an unexpected win. At the time of the yearbook's deadline, the track squad was preparing for the Sectional meet at Muncie Burris. Win or lose, Coach Wilson's track squad of 1959 has added an important 25 points to Central's total in the coveted all-confer- ence standing. TRACK SCHEDULE - 1959 April 14-Ft. Wayne North May 8-Sectional at April 18-Muncie Relays Burris April 21-Ft. Wayne South May 15-Regional at April 25-Kokomo Relays Indianapolis Tech May l-N. C. C. at May 23-State at Frankfort Indianapolis I ll 6 ah, SQYRAL 1 .....,n :v. ,A 1 Miss Lucille Johnson, dean of girls, crowns Miss Uonnie Sea- grave as 1958 Queen of the Muncie Relays. The junior court this year u-as Composed of Juanita Conley, Sharon Adams, and Sandra Zimmerman. Won NC Conference Over, over, and up high he goes .' Senior Bill Alfont soars through the air as he crosses Central's pole-vaulting bar. Rx... A ,W xt' .fx 5.3 ss., s "T 4 fo S' we 1, , . ,Aq,r L1 I6 .. 5' .e 'sv x , ,lv . W il 'fir ,o i 7511, 1 7 Senior Mike Default dem- onstrates the form. which made him C'entral's number- one shot-putter and NCC champion this year. 2 Xl ITOPJ Running buddies Jim Nettle: and George Bonner put in many hours practicing. QBOTTOMQ Don Greene and Mike Devault help Ron Williams and W'alker Miller practice starting. 6 . f x I ' S 1 . Y ,. 4 M, .ltr x :nv 'lvliq .sslf Wfbwx yan JQIYV, Isl?-Q' Kenny- X Our Gang's hard-earned . . . LEARNING ...hadcm WHETHER We like to remember it or not, our main purpose at school is to learn. This is done primarily in the classroom. We study in many ways - through textbooks and reference volumes, by talking and listening to speakers, by Working with machines and our hands, by experimenting and participating in special activities, by exercising and figuring. We Centralies have a special advantage over many other students. We have two centers of learning - the Trade School and the main building. It would require years to take all the subjects offered at CHS. Just about everyone tries to make the most of his three short years which offer many wonderful opportunities. organized pattern 75 We're Book-ed Solid the Year Through Mr. Glenn Stepleton's second period class looks up from the music to catch Mr. Stepleton's signal to hold the note a little longer. During the year the Concert Choir, made up of students from second and sixth periods. performed within the city. 76 Mr. Frank Stafford hands to Gloria Hayes one of the many new literature books which were received by all juniors and sophomores enrolled in literature classes. The books, which are very colorful, were a big change from the drab tercts of last year. There's no doubt about it - it takes books and lots of them to make a school. However, there was no cause for alarm at Central this year, for in addition to some old piles of textbooks, several new ones appeared in English, social studies, sci- ence, foreign language, and math departments- to the delight of teachers and dismay of students. Toting around a huge load of books is nothing new to Centralites. This year the library shelves, piled high with pasteboard-bound editions, of- fered a wide selection of books to fit the require- ments for reports in any class. Many books be- came "worn around the edges" from constant us- age and reference on the part of students who were rushing to meet a deadline for class projects. Even though reference books are in great demand, there are several thousand fiction and non-fiction publications borrowed from the library shelves during the year. An estimated 19,500 books are "carded" in the library files, available for take- home study. Books, books, and more books can be found piled around classrooms before semesters get into full swing. Students testified that it "costs" to go to school as they figured up the amount they owed for book rental. 0 "TT"'1 fs "eq X .5 sauna' annum SGI. fLEFTI Working hard in bookkeeping class on his general ledger is Larry Lake. fRIGIITj Marcy Clark and John TVert are inter- ested in what Mr. Keljik, from Chicago. has to say about Mid- East embassies. Other classmates look on. Books, books, books, and more books are found in Fentral High's czcellent library. At this moment we see Jlrs. Adlai G. Dalby assisting Trudy Meyer in finding a reference in one of our reference books. Was he really born in that year, Trudy? 77 if S..- 4- 'T g - as i ll, f . at-. X x Y N I ' My Q .1 , or -ll l 1 . . 2 ax .gu- wf ng. H fABOVEl "What happened? Are all the right ingredients in?" Barbara Neal isn't really sick, but Emily .lICK661'6T finds her Or so might hare inquired Shirley Herriman, Carol Foster, and hygiene and nursing classmate a convenient patient. While ea:- Barbara Tharp, when they attempted pizza in cooking class. perimenting in home nursing, the girls use candy for pills. fBELONVl "I wonder if - - - " Dick Price and Christine Skaggs puzzle over the law of buoyance, one of many problems affront- ing physics students. ,Q "Never judge a book by its cover"g likewise, never judge Central High School by its outward appearance. Rather, take a glance at the complete- ly remodeled chemistry lab with its bright and shiny desks and floors. No longer do unpleasant chemical smells accumulate in the halls, as fume hoods have been installed to eliminate odd odors from spreading. Almost everything has been changed in the chemistry lab, including the course of study and personnel. This year, for the first time, juniors could take chemistry, and studied the new semi-micro division of the subject. Jun- iors were included this year to enable them to study advanced chemistry in their senior year. Added to the home economics department staff this year was Miss Norma Barr. Culinary dishes by up-and-coming artists created quite a "stir" in the domestic arts laboratories in '58-'59. Not of the "smelly" variety, but still interest- ing, were the experimental processes in physics and zoology classes. Mr. Lowell Cline, new physics instructor, demonstrated ways of proving scien- tific principles by testing them in class laboratory procedures. 5 L 1 v Hours fseemed more like agesl were spent by zoology students hunting those evasive little bugs. Butterflies may be among the prettiest of insects, but Linda Howard and Julie Phillips agree that they are just as squirmy as any others. Some enterprising pupils bribed little brothers to hunt theirs We learn in the School of ll I l ll Expenment1ng "Yipes.' How do you turn it off?" seems to be the puzzled expression of Cyril Gibson as he performs an emper- imentfh in chemistry class. Cyril holds in his hand the secret to the whole explosion, just plain H20-or water to those who haven't had a chemistry course. ff' -3 We Dlscover New Tongues And Improve Our Own, Too Thanksgwmg as retealed the famsltar wwe of Dave McClellan durmg the ftrst program presented by the speech class over the P A system Also shown tn the scene an the dean of boys offzce are Sally Duke Murnel Coatze Merrzllyn McNary and Becky Russell Lymg on the floor and doing ezercasea ss not usually seen m a the floor 1.9 Ball Boyle while demonstrating methods of breath mg are Bette Crow Bonnie Ray Judy Turney and Pam Helden brand 80 Wherever you go, whatever you do, some ver s1on of speech must accompany you Rangmg ev erywhere from Buenos Dlas' 1n Spanxsh classes to Au rev olr 1n French words meanmgs and pronunclatlon C0mblU6 to make up the famlllar habxt of students speech But the language bemg spoken 1S of Ilttle val ue lf the person speakmg IS not belng understood Although lnformal dlscusslons m classes and ln spare t1me are the most enjoyable types of speech, the hours spent slavlng over asslgnments 1n Eng l1sh French, Latln, and Spamsh classes help bu11d a person s understandmg of word and sentence structure Addmg sp1ce to the drudgery of study are such classes as speech and dramatlcs, wherexn stu dents learn that the manner of presentatlon of a speech IS as lmportant as the words belng spoken Centrahtes found that a speaker must have con fldence ln hlmself and be mformed on h1s toplc before he can convrnce anyone that h1s way of thmkmg IS best More splce IS added to the every day pattern of communlcatlon when speakers present ldeas for thought to students Not only do speakers g1V6 students opportumty to 1nJect new thoughts 1nto thelr mlnds, but such occaslons also break the monotonous schedule of study Lecturmg, such as that by Mlss Bartlett 1n her classes, has been a common var1at1on thlS year. I 9 lv .- IJ x f ' ' W f s l . C ,L , , 4 I' , Q Aft J 1 lurks , .. ,, . . . ,, . .. I . . . . , . I I . l . Y 7 , . classroom, but to dramatics students it'a routine. Reclining on . ' . - - 1 1 1 ' , Q as ' I ' ' l A- u , ' u - ' W 7 Y l ' ! . 7 , . . . . U. 17 X . . . fLEFT, Barefoot Sharon Bybee boosts the electmn chan ces of another JCL candtdate durmg the campaign IBELOWJ The 'llemcan Hat Rock seen at record hops as performed by farst year Spanish students, who danced euery Frsday throughout the year Wi' Y' ww Allons, enfants Thus begms th French national anthem as Mass Laura Lan den darects Jamce Prosser, Geoff Rivers, Alan Howard Gary Sumwalt Loss Wmnmg ham and Vance Woodward m class smgmg -Q. 81 x J 'kyh , I' f A e,1'15"':' I ., N Q-:L A .V rn- , H - -1 asv' H we . ' . h . ' ' , Lm,!.m'1 . . . . L , -Q fra CMI' H , , Q A I ww 1 ' L .o,.,,: Q t My F b ' Y- W ,. A init... A l .hs 3 AQ. 5 J . 1 l.L ' ' 1 f , f 3' ' to N- Vt. ' X - ,f 'fda ' Li x U . . . N . 8 . V I . . - Y , . . . - x - , o , I 17 ' ' Q .. X 7 J Need a screudruer? John Buffalo 1RIG11Tl transpoils tho heated handle from the forge to lllike Streeter who shapes I on the anisl while Mr Dooley oversees this machine shop pro duction Busy as beavers were the boys studying at the Trade School this year Courses in electricity building trades drafting auto mechanics machine shop printing sheet metal carpentry and wood working kept the Trade School productioneers going at a rapid pace all through the busy school year All shapes sizes and types of machines can be found there for making everything from steel screwdrivers to complete houses. Responsible for all printing done for Muncie schools was the Trade School printing shop in charge of Mr. Robert P. LeMaster. Vocational courses producing electricians and draftsmen are specialized activities found in Trade School class- Mr. Dick Fisher explains a car engine to driver traininj stu- dents Mickey Flowers Mike Williams and Iharles Arbogast. rooms Needless to say there are many machines in CHS other than those found at the Trade School Several lucky students received driving instruc tions in the new Opel Buick or Studebaker which were assigned to the driver educational classes courtesy of the Abel Motors Company. Home economics girls work with late model sewing machines and business classes such as typing and machine calculation constantly dealt with complicated devices. Audio-visual boys skillfully operated the mo- tion picture projectors for those fortunate stu- dents who gained the use of the auditorium Wonder what that is. ' Robert Phelps and Mike Timmons dis- covered a multiple choice of tools at Trade School. ,, usk S It's cr Machine Age - Central Proved It For years the corner of Kilgore and Perkins has been the site of the Trade School. where Central boys learn skills such as drafting, auto mechanics. and sheet metal working. ,is E' 5"'ln-..- "lVill it run ?" wonders Fred Tupling as he waits for Jack Vois- ard to start an emergency power generator, a machine new to the boys enrolled at Trade School this year. 83 fl AMI 'ts 5- Draftmg students Jerry Thresher George Sasser and Deck Cory learned the zmportame of precision from 'llr Fred Burt f if ,I 1, Clouds and weather are two of many subjects covered m thas aeronauhcs course by Doug Haffner and Phil Baldrzdge Man! What a figure! ' Figures" can be inter- preted in several ways, depending on the subject matter. Every class has some sort of figures in it, however, such as art, sewing, drafting, math and-yes, even gym-all dealing with figures. Boys who have had drafting will vouch for the fact that without figures their job would have been rather difficult. Also, in geometry classes, students solve axioms and theorems by proving figures to be equal, concurrent, or parallel It is in geometry that students learn that a square is really a rectangle. Sketching pictures of student models and molding interesting figures from clay and paper mache are examples of activities happening in art classes during the year. Surely everyone must agree that no gym clas- ses could possibly have existed without "figures" to work with. Figuratively speaking, it figures that a larger variety of figures could be found in girls' gym than in boys'. Art students Virginia Waldo and William Smith found willing art models in Robert Kimbrough and Janie DuBois for portrait practice. It takes patience skzll and a lot of careful fzgurmg to get a hemlzne stralght but Lmda Harah knows her job Draftsman to Dressmakers - All Use F1gures ITOPJ Ilere a major there a manor Janelle Osborne and her counselor Mr Hubert Shroyer are glad to fmd at flgures out to enough graduatan dents eneryuhere Joe Fans Frank Forster and Barbara Melmk dzscoo ered all kznds of new fzgures KBOT TOM, Gym students cut a fme fzgure Y Y . I, . v I Y . -. ' f 9 credits. fCENTERJ Like "trig" stu- .. - ' . ,I f 2 f' Another time, another place. This other place happens to be an ea-hibition of class work. Patriotically participating in the Veterans' Day Parade, the CHS Bearcat Band pounds its path dou-n u-ell-u-orn Walnut Street in only one of many parades, programs, and performam-es prorided by this musical company. It's ezctra-curricular work that gives learning variety. tmp G 1t'- . Anytime or Place - We Get Our Education A W X . i Q !,,.-V 1 Newt N 1, X, . rj X The information is in the book,' but if Jill Hartley doesn't put it on paper, she'll never finish her term paper for senior Eng- lish on time. n Q ,. ,n-' K c . w ,X . X, ,!..f C 86 'Q Smsow Chrzstmas SETTING OHS halls and stairs SCENL Carolzng a tradztmn done by throaty members of the Concert Chow who have ln the past year sung approa-tmately 200 hours of programs practzces zn Moods and at luncheons Tlme or place makes l1ttle dlfference when students set out to study Most students had study halls ln whlch to do all or part of the1r work How ever, several settlngs other than Central served as centers of bram bu1ld1ng Even though students have much tlme taken up by extra currlcular ac t1V1t16S, meetmgs, or dates, tlme 1S always reserved for the task of homework A survey showed that the ratlo of students taklng books home versus those not taklng them was 3 1 Students have fre quently worked most of the n1ght wr1t1ng reports Just what IS the best way to study? Who knows? Although ldeas on the best study methods have been suggested, students usually d9V1S6 thelr 1nd1v1dual patterns of study Some effectlve goals of learmng are reached by stretchlng out on the bed at home w1th the rad1o turned on, round the table work 1n the kltchen, or comparlson of notes over the subJ ect at hand Although no textbooks are 1nvolved ln extra currlcular act1v1t1es, they present a def1n1te form of educatlon By partlclpatmg 1n several outslde act1v1t1es, a student lncreases h1S scope of knowl edge and thus advances h1S educatlon The bookworm brlgade worked 1n full swmg durlng the semester of term paper Wr1t1ng by sen1or Engllsh classes The llbrary became a popular congregatxng place wh1le students rum maged through the stacks of books and magazlnes '-. Yes we 61 en have a record of all registered nurses an the county ewplazns Ur Ralph lllzlhollm county clerk to Charles O Dell Nancy Jordan Barbara Booher and Make Oollzns were Lau- Ohl Go on and try tt Jane' Chznese foods and chopstlcks challenged Jane Broun member of 'lhss Esther Bartlett's world h1story group uh1le feastmg fa custom of the classy at the local Ohznese restaurant The Mandarin Inn 87 ' A , Y , J, L 1 , M if 'lil-:f3a..:s A i Q, -,Q '-'s.,:Mv 1 " , 4 -f 'Q V Q ' - ' 1 v. U . ' ' . . . ' ,, . I . . 1 y v A - - 1 - . . . , VY I . . - - v 1 , ' , ' 'Z ," . also among government students touring the courthouse. - ,L . ' I . . . . . f :fb :rs ' ' , us u ' 77 ' YN ' ' ' u ' H - . . . , . . . , Y l ' W . ' V A as ' YY . , l . -.-.-. - 5.-., eve. -g- -'7'o7f-'-'Y'l'fe'2-'-Q' .- Q -'fe ' - 49 . .' .nz - Q - J.-. 9 ,1- 4'f"'-37-1-?-:-'0 0 'Q' ,o -f-9. 0, .- 04' 4, .'-s-Q 005 -'-o e .-.-,- -.-Q S fe.-. ,..,... :,3,..,o,,Q,:,:.: 1,34 ,e 0-I 0, ',.. .' " g,.',. ,- .-. . .' .-'.'. . 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I People, people everywhere .' Central is crowded with a variety. Here Americans of three religious faiths and three races are represented by Joe Chan, Phil Greer, and Sandy Zimmerman -- all shown in "harmony," , 4.-' Z... 1,05 '. .,., eva . . 88 ,.,.,.,.:, ,,. 'J-:gg-. ,-P, A -.-get-8' vis:-:-SRS -9'-Yflzf . .. .. .- 9 - fs' ". 0 nf - ,Aff Our Gang's 2.300 PERSGNALITIES . . . were varied but harmonious AT Central, we live harmoniously. There are several nationalities and religious faiths represented here. There are students Whose parents are from England, China, the Philippines, or Guatemala - all of Whom are members of the CHS gang. Those Centralites who have never been outside the U. S. gain much information and interest about other nations because of fellowship with each other. Although representatives from the three major faiths of America - Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish - are attending our school, We students all have fun working and playing "Side by Side"! 89 They Aid In Planning Counseling Important to all the functions of the school is the Board of School Trustees now a six mem ber group representing the new Muncie Community Schools corporation They are KROW D Mr J Wesley Wray secretary Mr Edward Zelierberg president Mrs Marie Owens KROW 23 Mr Eugene Clock Mr Webb Pence and Mr Norman K Durham iPhoto courtesy of Muncie Starl KBELOWJ Mr. N. Durward Cory, superintendent of Muncie Com munity Schools. makes school policies. hires staff personnel fBELOYVl Mrs. Edith Crawley, guidance department head, plana and oversees schedules of students enrolled at Central High. is Who makes the big decisions, and determines general regulations for schools? Who keeps the teachers posted on latest teaching tools? Who helps troubled students decide what s right to do? You guessed it - the administration crew. Our school system could be compared Wlth the production of a play This is, even though one doesn t see everyone involved in putting 1t over, the essential helpers are there working just as hard as the players. Our behind-the-scene admin- istrators, such as the Board of Education, keep on their toes to handle such a huge volume of students Lets consider, first, Mr Cory. As superin- tendent of schools he IS responsible for the whole community school system. Although he isnt seen around the halls of Central very often he is, never- theless, continually interested in the activities of Centralites - especially now, as he has a son who belongs to Our Gang Central is fortunate in having a full-time guidance director. Mrs. Edith Crawley, whose first-floor office is a congregatlng place for car- eer-consclous students, is available each day for guidance conferences In addition Mrs. Crawley and Dr. Nellie Morrison, kindergarten and ele- mentary supervisor, are in charge of Central's exploratory teachers. New Faces Appeared In Offices This Year "Green Peas" weren't the only new additions to "Our Gang" this year. Other new arrange- ments were made in the offices of our top-ranked advisers. On deck was the new Number-One man this year, Mr. John Paul Huffman. Our new principal brought into practice several changes in school routines due partly to the shifts in schedules and also to the vast number of Centralites. Another new face at Central was that of Mr. Fred McKinley, who became Central's athletic di- rector and assistant principal this year. Although Mr. Gibson has been with Central for some time, he just this year acquired the posi- tion of assistant principal and dean of boys. Miss Johnson, who is no newcomer either, once again this year counseled many students in her position as dean of girls, as did Mr. Ruben Mer- rell as assistant principal at the Trade School. "Busy as Bees" is a phrase that could be applied to their jobs KUPPER LEFT! Miss Lucille Johnson, Dean oi Girls, KUPPER RIGHTJ Mr. Fred Mc- Kinley, Athletic Director and Assistant Principal, KLOWER LEFT! Mr. Robert Gibson, Assistant Principal and Dean of Boys, and KLOWER RIGHTD Mr. Ruben Merrell, Assistant Principal at Trade School. Familiar to teachers and students is the friendly face and form of Mr. John Paul Huffman, prin- cipal, who served his first year as principal in 1958-59. His office is always open to visitors and "permanent residents" of Jlunseytown. 91 Seen abore the desk zs a famzlnaz face to all sports twket pur Most Trade S'rhooI students at one tzme or another ham had chasers llzss Dorothy Schaefer sehool fznanmal sezretary reg the oeraszon to seek the avszstanre of Urs Dorothy Bartle sec' ulated school fmames and zollatted the H ashmgton Xen I ork retary to Ur Ruben Verrell the asststant prmupal at the Tra le sprmg trap payments School Essentral Indlspensable Workers Ever Are Thos QLEVU Attendances truaney letters and uzthdrau al Lazds uere handled by Urs Jlar garet Downey sezretary to the dean of boys QBFIOXX Lx- FTP In the prmczpals offzoe Mlss Jeane Pamerleau operates the suztchboard rollefts books fees and wsues all actzwty tzckets QBEIQNX CEXHRJ isszstzng 'llrs Edzth Crauley auzdance dwector ln campfutzng program oat ds 19 'Urs Yherz 'llrller QIKEI OX! RIGHTJ 4Il records of grades and credats of Central students uere kept bu Urs hay Smlth ill are Central grads 92 X kg.. f FS L ' 4 Q I l . . . . . - A ' . ' .V I I I 'U f 4 I I ' ' A . , '. 1 .P V ' . . vt ' , A , m A .A A . A A 2 ",, , ' 5 if ' 177 3 s ' Q K s W ' A ,V X X -5- I .- , 7: j- L Twenty oi Our Y'-9 5.4- 'f Clow ll CARL ADAMS - Health Education, Physical Education, Driver Education, Baseball. CLYDE ALLMON - English. E'I'l'ORE AN- TONIN1 - Physical Education, M Club, Football. Row 2I RAMON AVILA - Mathematics, Math Club, Ticket Manager. MISS NORMA BARR - I-Iomernaking, Y. H. A. MISS ESTHER BARTLE - Social Studies. WILLIAM D. BASINGER - Art, Art Club. RICHARD BEER- BOWER - Industrial Arts, Trade School. MARION A. BLACKBURN Electricity, Industrial Arts, Trade School. Chow 3D MISS ELEANOR BLY - English, Speech, Honor Society, Fu- ture Teachers. ERNEST H. BOYER - Music, Choral Groups. H. S. BRICKLEY - Supervisor, Industrial Education, Trade School. RONALD K. BUDENSIEK - Chemistry. MRS. CLAIR J. BULLOCK - Caieteria Direc- tor, Trade School. W. A. BURNETTE - Mathematics, Trade School. Glow 0 FREDERICK W. BURT - Drafting, Trade School, E. Y. A. MRS. BERNICE BURTON - English, Y-Teens. MRS. NAOMI CAMPBELL Social Studies. PAUL CARMICHAEL - Art Department, Head. MRS. SEN CLARK - Homemaking, F. H. A., Junior Sponsor. LOWELL CLINE ience. Glow 5D MRS. IDOLA COATS - Social Studies. ROBERT COLVIN - Business Education, Sophomore Sponsor. R. T. CONELLEY - English Trade School. Glow Sl WILLIAM COOPER, JR. - Social Studies, Hi-Y. KENNETH D. COULSON - Coordinator, Distributive Education, D. E. Club. MER- BILL CRISLER - Science, Audio-Visual. Glow 'ID NEIL W. DAILY - Business Education De rtment, Head. MRS. ADLAI C. DALBY - Librarian, Library Club. JAMESXIW. DAVIDSON Health Education, Physical Education, Driver Education. A Instructors Are Central High Alumni Glow ll DELMAR DOOLEY Machlne Shop Trade School ROBERT Trade School MRS RUTH HARKER Homemakmg E DWIGGINS Orchestra Assxstcmt Band Director EDWIN H EILTS Auto Mechanics Trade School H E FENIMORE Mathematics De t ment Head DICK FISHER Drxver Education Health Educatlon P ysl 'zialfdmgccgxorf Football Wrestling ROLLINA GILL SR Mathematics ra e c oo Glow 2l MRS JANE GOODALE Latm J C L MRS JANE GRUE NEWALD Social Studies ROBERT W HANCOCK Latin S nsh JCL J M HANSEN Business Educatlon E L HARGER JR nglish It s no secret that before one becomes a teacher, he must flrst be awarded a Bachelor s Degree, after whlch he may obtaln a Master s or even a Doctors degree Slxty elght of Centrals teachers have earned thelr Master s and two thexr Doctor s degrees A survey of teachers also showed that 63 percent of the Central faculty 67 men and 41 women has at some tlme attended Ball State College, compared Wlth others who have attended un1vers1t1es as far removed as Alaska and Hawall All totaled 45 colleges and umversl t1es are represented by Central teachers Glow 3l EDGAR D HENDERSON En lxsh Journalism Magician Munsoman Quill and Scroll ROBERT H ETER Health Education Physlcal Education Basketball MRS DORA HOLADAY Mathematics J CARL HUMPHREY Busmess Educatlon Cross Country Track Ma QUAN 5. JOHNSON Buxldmg Trades Related Math and Science Trade c oo Further tabulation showed that 77 percent of the faculty clalm Indiana as thelr home state 21 percent were graduated from Muncle Central, 45 percent sponsor extra currlcular actxvltles for school groups, and 25 percent have had one parent or both who were also teachers Tabulatlon also showed that no fewer than 12 teachers are P K s f Preachers Kldsl The average number of years taught per teacher IS 15, whereas the average for years taught at Central IS ten 95 'nf .lgefg 1 U' -gi 1.1, . gician business. JAMES HYATT - Social Studies: Boys' Rlock. , . . ,K . . . , . . , . , . - . , - . . . . O. , . , I n . - . , . , - ' 1 ' . Wlth Vaned Interests J I Row ll MALCOLM JULIAN English Semor Sgonsor Chairman MISS KATHARINE H KING Physical Education lrls Block MISS DOROTHY KRIEGER I-Iomemaking Guidance Glow 21 WILLIAM E LANGDON English ROBERT P LeMASTER Printing Trade School Munsonian Printing MISS LAURA L LINDEN Foreign Language Department Head French Spanish French and Spanish Clubs ROGER LINGEMAN Science JOHN H LONGFELLOW Mathematics Basketball M Club MISS MARJORIE R LUCE School Nurse Girls Block Row 32 MRS EVELYN MCCULLOUGH Homemakmg RUSSELL MCNUTT Social Studies Department Head MISS JOAN LEA Mc RNAN Homemaking Department Head Semor Sponsor F H A CHARLES MARCUS Business Education Junior Sponsor MISS KATH LEEN MEEHAN English Supervisor Community Schools Publications LEO MENCH Health Education PhystcalEducat1on Football Wrest mg Glow 0 MISS HELEN MORRISON Mathematics ROBERT EARL NOBLE Vocational Auto Mechamcs Trade School MISS FRANCES L OHARRA Soc1alStud1es EDWARDA OISEN Mathematics Tennis DONL PARLETTE Music Band Director GEORGE D PUNZELT So cial Studies Football Boys Block Glow 51 F. W, RAISOR - Supervisor of Health Physical Education. HAROLD D. REINOEHL - Englishg Guidance- Junior Sponsor Chairman. EOMER C. RICE - Social Studiesg Youth Forum Tri-Hi-Y Fieldhouse anager. tRow Sl MRS. MARJORIE RIETI-I - English. CHARLES RETTIG - Ma- chine Shop, Trade School. WILLIAM ROSANDER - Woodshop, Carpen- try, Trade School. mow 'IJ RALPH R. ROYSTER - Science. MISS MARGARET RYAN English. JOHN SCHEERER - Mathematics Trade School. I ecrchers Enjoy After-School Hours Glow U HUBERT SHROYER Busxness Educahon Guxdcmce MRS GERTRUDE SPARKS Mathemcmcs FRANK G STAFFORD En hsh De rtment Head MISS JEWEL STANDERFORD English GLEN A ST PLETON Musxc Department Head Choral Groups MISS DRUCILLA J STILLWAGON Enghsh Drama Nat1onaIThesp1ans Stage Door Drrector of Dromancs flow 21 MRS POLLY SUNDERMAN Homemakm Sophomore A teacher IS not entlrely an educator He lS also a soclal an1mal For example, celebratlons were held ln the form of a receptlon for new Cen tral1te teachers, and a Chrlstmas tea was glven later for the faculty Wlth Jolly ol Salnt Nlck de llvermg the presents For the Valentlne season, teachers and then' mates turned out at a delectable d1nner Programs and partles made thls years faculty soclal events gay and festlve occaslons Other aCtlV1tl6S whlch keep Central s teachers tr1m and f1t for cllmblng three or four fllght MRS MARIETTA SUTTON Busmess Educanon MISS HELEN L SWARTZ Soclal Studles Blble Club MISS MARY E WADE English Book Guzld W J WAGONER Busmess Educatxon Glow 3, MISS MARILYN WALTZ Busmess Educatlon HAL B WAR REN Mathemahcs Athletic equlpment manager MRS LOIS WEBSTER Ho k MEL WILSON mema mg Health Eclucahon PhYSICGl Educatlon Cross Country Track WELDON WITTERS Scxence Sophomore spon of stalrs several tlmes each day are bowllng ski mg, hunt1ng, flshmg, gardenlng, golf h1k1ng, and boatlng Research ln chemxstry, domg Woodcraft, repalrmg TV sets, and decoratmg mterlor rooms supply recreat1on for hours for the faculty Some teachers share the dlsease spread by the photog raphy bug' ' Gatherlng famous quotes, studylng antlque autos, pamtmg, wr1t1ng free lance artrcles crochetlng, collectlng salt and pepper shakers, en Joymg good h1 f1 records, and flylng an alrplane are other lnterests lxsted by the faculty 7 97 I sponsor. ERNEST SUTTON - Driver Educqgiohl Physical Egfwmion, Golf- sor, Chairmanl BYRON WRIGHT - Business' Educationp Senior Sponsorl . . . . . . - , -- . . . y . . N - . . . . . ,, . . . . . . . . . , . . . ' . u ! ' - . . . . , 0 - - U 9, -- - e . H . . ,, . . . S - - . 'I ?'x After 43 Years in Same Room Mr. Roger Lingeman operates a Toepler-Holtz static electricity ma- chine. The venerable physics teach- er planned to retire in June after instructing at Central since 1916, a total of 43 years spent in the same room-217. QLEFTJ Welcoming new teachers here at the annual fall tea are Miss Krieger and Miss Wade. In the line are Mr. Cooper, Mr. Royster, Mrs. Coats, and Mrs. Rieth. QBELOW LEFTJ Receiv- ing the new Jaycee Education Award for corn- munity 861"UiC9 from Mr. Paul Boltz, president, is Mr. Robert Hancock, Latin instructor. fRIGIITQ Percolator, drip-grind, or instant? Anyway it's still coffeeg but Mr. Budensiek and Mr. Crisler have a lab-lunch variation, using available containers. While Helping. They I 5 Learn Something Cf Future Careers "Received an overdue book notice?" Likely, it was sent by a page. Assisting and learning library crafts are Julia Miller, Earlene Howard, Joyce Holcomb, Jo Borders, and Sallie Thresher lseatedl. Future nurses? Any one ol these ten might be added to the ranks. Miss Luce's under- studies are CFRONT ROW! Sara Dawson, Dana Huffman, and Pam Carpenter. KBACK ROW! Jayne Crist, Susan Walsh, Marilyn Boomer, Rita Clark, Linda Miller, Judy Ford, and Rita Higdon. "Know how to run a projector?" Moviemen helpers under Mr. Merrill Crisler, head of the Audio-Visual Department, are Gene Kidd Cleft, Cmcl Larry Bradbum, Don Clark, John Conrad, Tom Burch, Dick Thompson, cmd Richard Green. 99 ture And like it Mary Alfont and Bernard An derson did for these two Central High School sen ors were chosen Mr and Miss Magician of 1959 by the members of their class To be chosen as a candidate for Mr or Miss Magician one must have a high scholastlc aver age participate in school activities and have a pleasant personality Mary a five f00l1-f1V0 blue eyed brown haired girl participated in Art Club J C L Girls Cheermg Block and Jumor Council while she was at Central When Mary was asked what her first reaction was when she found out about this honor she answered Well there wasn t much I could say' After one of my classes I was approached by the editor of the yearbook and in a very soft woice I was told to act natural and 100 Our Senior "Gang" ll I ll N Q Chose a Miss and a Mister Your tassel as on the wrong s de says Miss Magician fMary fllfontj to Bernard Anderson fMr Magwwnj as they prepare for graduation Andy doesnt seem to know what it us all about and just shrugs has shoulders whale Mary puts has tassel on the right suie of the mortar board thing important to tell me Gosh she sure did' Andy as his friends call him was very sur prised and honored when this secret was re vealed to him It made me feel really good inside this five foot nine 1nch lad stated I thought it was a great honor smce there has never before been a Mr Magician that I knew of Besides being elected Jumor and Senior class vice president durmg his stay at Central hazel eyed Andy has also partlclpated in basketball F T A J C L Jumor and Senior Councils and M Club It is Just a coincidence that both Mary and Andy want to become teachers after they gradu ate Lxke most students before coming to Central their future was undecided but Central made them see that teaching is exactly what they wanted to do .N E xx iw. w., y an I u I ll I xg- S 'Q ! be I - i C M 5 'M rg I ss ' i ,H ' ' ' : f' I A - I "Hold it! 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Y ! 1 P 9 ' CROW U Jamce Snodgrass Jackle Romack Pat Wme Molly Ingram Sandy Druckemlller Susre Durham Joann Kepple Brenda Polson QHOW 2D Marcta Kmgen Scmdy Reese Ann Ertel Ann Wal ters Kay Stevenson Sharon Voxsard Merrtllyn McNary Gene Replogle Councml Planned Semor Events Representmg the semor class members fo1 the last year of thelr h1gh school careers were those delegates chosen by class members 1n soclal studles classes Councll members and class offxcers chose thc commlttees who were responslble for semor ac tlVlt19S As everyone knows, the semor year IS ab solutely packed wlth slgmflcant events such as the Semor Open House, Semor Ball Semor Moth ers Tea, Semor Banquet Baccalaureate, and, of course, Commencement Members of the councll acted as b1ll collec tors when lt came tlme once agaln to pay class dues Even though the group met lrregularly and lnfrequently durlng the year, the lmportance of thexr Jobs couldn t be overlooked Leaders of the Semor Class are QTOP ROW! Vxce-Presxdent Bernard Anderson who llkes sports Frank Foxster prestdent who plans to be an artlst QMIDDLE ROWD Secretary Mol ly Ingram who fxnds rnusxc to her fancy and Sandy Druckemlller treasurer who plcks a secretarial held CBOTTOMJ Sponsors for the numerous semor actwxtxes are Mr Malcolm Juhan charrman Mxss Joan McTuman socxal and Mr Byron Wrxght fmancxal IROW 3, Bernard Anderson Karen Cowgxll Wanda Mannxx Larry Clark Phil Bradburn Allen Goetcheus Greg Hurst Phxl Taylor IROW 0 Tod Mlller Robert Patterson Ronald Hoagland Lee Strauch Bruce Burkett Frank Folster Don Van Dyke 101 1 1 1 ' ' ' . . r - 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 - ' - - 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . l 1 1 Y 1 fx t 1 , . Q . . H . ,, . . . . 1 . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - 1 1 1 1 ' ' . . 1 ' ' l . , . The Class of '59 Remembers .... CROW ONE! MARY ALFONT: J. C. L., Cheering Block, Jr. Council, Art Club 0 WILLIAM ALFONT: Band, Orchestra, Cross Country, Track, M Club 0 PHYLLIS ANN ALLRED: Y- Teens 0 BERNARD ANDERSON: Jr., Sr. Class Vice-President, Basketball, F. T. A., J, C. L., M Club 0 LARRY JOHN ARBO- GAST: Basketball, Baseball, Cheering Block 0 JAMES ARM- STRONG: Cross Country 0 MICHAEL ASHLEY: Honor Society, Orchestra, Soph., Jr. Councils 0 NANCY E. AYRES: Soph., Jr. Councils, Cheering Block, Tri I-Ii-Y, F. H. A., J. C. L., Art Club 0 CLAUDIA ANNE BABBITT: Glee Club 0 LARRY E. BADDERS: Cheering Block. CROW TWO! NANCY KAY BADER: F. T. A., F. H. A., French Club 0 JANE BAILEY: Sr. Council, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. T. A. 0 LOIS FAY BAILEY: Entered from Cowan, Ind. 0 DAVID JOHN BAKER: Cross Country, Track, M. Club ' EDITH BEATRICE BAKER: Concert Choir, Soph. Council, Cheering Block, Art Club 0 HELEN KATHRYN BAKER: Honor Society, Youth Forum, Book Guild, Spanish Club 0 JAMES BANKS 0 RAMONA BARLOW: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Spanish Club 0 EVERE'I'I' BARNARD: Swimming, Cheering Block, E. Y. A. 0 STEVE BARNETT: Golf, Concert Choir, "Our Town," Wrestling, Cheering Block, Hi-Y, F. T. A., M. Club. CROW THREED SANDRA BARNI-IEART: Concert Choir 0 BAR- BARA JEAN BARTON: Concert Choir 0 KAREN JO ANN BAR- TON: Concert Choir 0 MARY BARTON: Concert Choir, Soph. Council 0 JERRY BAXTER 0 JOHN BAYMAN: Sr. Council. Cross Country, Track, Swimming, Cheering Block, E. Y. A. 0 LARRY BEARD: Cheering Block 0 DAVID BELL: Cheering Block 0 PHYLLIS DELONIA BELL: Honor Society, Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y 0 CHIOUETA ANNE BENE- DICT: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y5 Spanish, Art Clubs. CROW FOUR! JUDITH BENNETT 0 LINDA K. BENNETT: Glee Club, "Moods" 0 DICK BERGAN 0 MARY JEAN BLAZIER: Concert Choir, F. H. A., Y-Teens, J. C. L., "Moods" 0 HOLLIS BLEVINS 9 LAWRENCE BOND: Entered from Ridgeville, Ind. 0 BARBARA JANE BOOHER: Cheering Block, F. H. A., Bible Club 0 MARTHA L. BORROR 0 JUDITH BOSWELL: Honor Society, Munsonicm, Magician. Quill and Scroll, Band. Or- chestra, F. T. A., F. H. A. "Moods," Math Club 0 SHARON BOWEN. CROW FIVE! WILLIAM G. BOYLE: "Our Town," "Speaking ot Murder," Stage Door 0 PHILLIP R. BRADBURN: Sr. Council, Cheering Block, Hi-Y 0 ELIZABETH KAY BRAMMER: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. T. A., F. H. A., J. C. L. 0 MARILYN BRAND: Honor Society, Munsonian, Magician, Quill cmd Scroll, Cheer- ing Block, F. T. A., J. C. L., Physics Club U ALBERTA BRAN- SON: Concert Choir 0 PEGGY JOSLIN BRANSON: Band, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A. 0 SHIRLEY BREWER 0 LARRY BROCKELSBY: Cheering Block, Hi-Y 0 PAUL BROGAN Concert Choir 0 PEGGY JEAN BROOKS: Cheering Block, - eens. 102 41' CROW ll Mary Allont William Alfont Phyllis Allred Bernard Anderson Larry Arbogast James Armstrong Michael Ashley Nancy Ayres Claudia Babbitt Larry Badders CROW 21 Nancy Bader Jane Bailey Lois Bailey David Baker Edith Baker Helen Baker James Banks Ramona Barlow N1 '-51. ,W 4- - gig Q Q .K fx 12, .11 V r, .Mx J if 'Fa .v. A- wf N f CC 'hr ,f W' WF'-'7 it ,. 12:95 ,I . -ar 91 W 11 fp- an ' -m ' fn VW K 'kr fs F U g..x,.,,.' Y , ' " ' Q , , , 1- 5, , - ,V , ff: U A. f ,I Q ' 'QM . mi' ' 'W ,, ,Y X k 4 ,ww Q iw? F, ff I up ,511 ag V ,L as -.4-,z 'K' Y T 3 jghgfrz 4 f i 4 , '5' Im 1 gf ,. , .A N-, A N FC" Q' x Q3 g,,, ' Q ., S1 f M 5 . g , A ,. 'QF' EH' Yi K'L' fb ix I-1'-My YQ 'ff' i X W M M gg 'mf Cole, Juanita Collett, Mike Collins, Patty Collins, Jack Conn, Tim Cook, Linda Coon. CROW 51 Duane Cougill, Mike Coulson, Karen Cowgill, Jim Cox, Robert Crabtree, Jayne Crist, Ocie Criswell, Bing Crosby, Larry Crose, Bette Crow. The Sophomore Open House and CROW ONE! PHILLIP E. BROWN: Soph. Council, E. Y. A. 9 WILLOUGHBY LYNN BROWN: Munsonicm. Youth Forum, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y 0 ROBERT JOSEPH BROYLES: Swimming, Cheering Block 0 MARY ELAINE BUCHANAN: Concert Choir 0 H. STUART BUCKMASTER: Cheering Block, Hi-Y 0 THOMAS BURCH: Munsonian, Hi-Y 0 BRUCE BUR- KETT: Sr. Council, D. E. Club 0 JAYNE ANN BURKS: Concert Choir, Y-Teens ' ROY LANDON BURKS: Football, Track 0 DALE BURNWORTH: Band. CROW TWOJ CAROLYN BURTON: Jr. Council, F. H. A. 0 LENA MARGRETTE BUSH 0 LARRY JOE CAMPBELL 0 THOMAS CAREY 0 MARIANNE CARMICHAEL: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens 0 CAROL ANN CARNAHAN: Band, Soph. Council, "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Cheering Block, D. E. Club 0 LARRY DEAN CAROTHERS 0 CAROLYN SUE CARPENTER: Entered from Anderson, Ind. 0 CLARENCE CARTER: Concert Choir, Art Club 0 PHILLIP CATES: Band, Orchestra, Concert Choir. CROW THREE! EDWARD CAMMIE CHILDRESS: Concert Choir, Football, Track 0 WILLIAM H. CHURCH: Concert Choir, Football, Wrestling, Youth Forum, Hi-Y 0 DON A. CLARK JR.: Soph. Council, Baseball, Cheering' Block 0 FRIEDA CLARK: Concert Choir, Y-Teens U JACOUELINE CLARK 0 LARRY CLARK: Concert Choir, "Our Town", En- tered Irom Royerton, Ind. 0 MARTHA K. CLARK 0 RAY CLARK: Concert Choir, "Moods," Cheering Block 0 WANDA CLARK: Y-Teens ' RUTH ELAINE CLEVENGER. CROW FOUR! MURIEL JOY COATIE: "Speaking ot Murder," Thespians, Spanish Club 0 DIANA KAY COBBLE: F. T. A., P. H. A., Y-Teens 0 DAVID M. COFFMAN 0 JAMES COLE: Munsonitm. Magician, "Our Town," Quill and Scroll. 0 JUAN- ITA JEAN COLLETT: Concert Choir, Y-Teens 0 MICHAEL W. COLLINS: Soph., Jr. Councils, "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," "Our Town," "Speaking of Murder," Stage Door, Thespians, Hi-'Y 0 PATTY ANN COLLINS 0 JACK CONN U TIMOTHY COOK: Physics Club 0 LINDA CAROL COON: Glee Club, Y-Teens. CROW FIVE! DUANE COUGILL: Soph. Council, Cheering Block, Hi-Y 0 MICHAEL DAVID COULSON 0 KAREN SUE COWGILL: Glee Club, F. H. A., Y-Teens 0 JAMES A. COX: Concert Choir, "Our Town," "Speaking ot Murder," Hi-Y, Stage Door, Thespians, Spanish Club 0 ROBERT CRABTREE 0 JAYNE MARIE CRIST: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Spanish Club 0 OCIE CRISWELL 0 BING CROSBY 0 LARRY CROSE 0 BE'I'I'E JOANNE CROW: Concert Choir, "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," "Speaking of Murder," Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Stage Door. 105 the Senior Ball: All- School Hops. IROW ONEJ NORMAN CROW: Football, Wrestling, Baseball, Cheering Block, M Club 0 CAROLYN CROWNOVER: F. H. A., Y-Teens, J. C. L. 0 SHARON DIANNE CUMINGS: Band, Or- chestra, Math Club 0 PEARLEY ROY CUNNINGHAM: Band Concert Choir: Physics, Math Clubs 0 MARGO B. DAILEY: En- tered from Richmond, Ind. 0 BETTIE SUE DALTON: Y-Teens, D. E. Club 0 ROSEMARY ANNE DARGO: Cheering Block 0 BETTY DAVIDSON: Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens, J. C. L. 0 PATRICIA ELAINE DAVIS: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. T. A., J. C. L., Stage Door 0 RUTHIE DAVIS: Jr. Council, Glee Club, Y-Teens. CROW TWO! JEAN DEAL: Magician Assistant Editor, Cheer- ing Block, Quill and Scroll, "Moods," Physics, French Clubs 0 BOB B. DECKER: Sr. Council, Baseball, Cheering Block, Hi-Y, E. Y. A., M Club 0 DARRELL L. DENNIS: Band, Orchestra 0 MICHAEL DEVAULT: Football, Basketball, Track, Cheering BlockfHi-Y, J. C. L., Math, M Clubs 0 RUTH DIBBLE 9 LEON DIGMAN: J. C. L., Entered from Philippi, West Virginia 0 AM- BERNITA JANE DINWIDDIE: Glee Club, Y-Teens 0 GWEN- DOLYN F. DOLLISON: Concert Choir, Library Club 0 RICH- ARD EUGENE DOUGLASS: Art Club 0 TOBY S. DOUGLASS: Glee Club, Cheering Block, Y-Teens. CROW THREE! BARBARA JEAN DOWLING: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A., J. C. L. ' JOYCE ELAINE DOWNEY: "Speak- ing of Murder," Glee Club, Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Stage Door, Thespians 0 WILLIAM D. DRAGOO: Cheering Block, Hi-Y, E. Y. A., Spanish Club 0 JOSEPH CAREY DRAYER: J, C. L., Entered from Harrison Township 0 SAUNDRA I. DRUCKE- MILLER: Concert Choir, Sr. Council, Tri Hi-Y, F. T. A., Sr. Class Treasurer, "Moods," Soph., Jr., Sr. Cheerleader 0 PHYL- LIS LOUISE DUGAN: Soph., Jr. Councils, "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Glee Club, 'Youth Forum, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Stage Door, "Moods," Spanish Club 0 SALLY DUKE 0 SUSAN JANE DURHAM: Jr., Sr. Councils, Cheering Block, Art Club 0 MARILYN KAY DUSING: Munsonian. "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Youth Forum, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A., Stage Door ' JOAN DUVALL: Y-Teens, J. C. L. KROW FOURP RONALD J. DYE 0 COLBERT ELROD: D. E. Club 0 JEAN A. EMDEE: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Tri Hi-Y, J. C. L. 0 ANN ELIZABETH ERTEL: Honor Society, Con- cert Choir, Purdue Legislative Assembly, Sr. Council, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, J. C. L., "Moods" U RICHARD ERTLE: Football, Basketball, Baseball 0 RALPH M. ERVIN 0 KENNETH ESTES: Cheering Block 0 CHARLOTTE ELAINE EWING: Band, Orchestra, Concert Choir, F. H. A., "Moods," Math Club 0 NANCY FAIRFIELD 0 JOSEPH BRITTON FARIS: Purdue Legislative Assembly, Football, Golf, Youth Forum, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Hi-Y, J. C. L.: Math, M Clubs. IROW FIVEI MIKE L. FIERCE: Concert Choir, Cheering Block 0 WALLACE FINNEY: Cheering Block, Hi-Y 0 NANCY LOU- ISE FLANNERY: F. H. A., Bible Club 0 KAREN FLETCHER: Concert Choir, Y-Teens, J. C. L. 0 LINDA LOU FLICK: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Art Club 0 SHARON KAY FLOWERS: Cheering Block, F. T. A., F. H. A., Y-Teens 9 SHELBY FLOW- ERS: Concert Choir, Swimming 0 LAVON FLOYD: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, 'Y-Teens, Spanish Club 0 FRANK FOISTER: Honor Society, Sr. Council, Sr. Class President, Cheering Block, French, Art Clubs 0 LUCINDA FOLTZ: Band, Soph. Council, F. T. A., F. H. A., "Moods." 106 f fr? Y-I qw. , , 3.5 .gf g if Q ,mf ,N : wk- - -'C' X I , a f f 4 ' nf 4? Qui' 11' wQf 4 Q 1 - 1 Q 'A ff. 'ar V-.... 9 , -e . W r ff '21 X 4gQ We N gyda 1 v g . v , f., Q G X 5 xa 1' an A lr 'gg' .,. 0 'S sf L r K tr 1 ,X X SX X Q, if Y 'T' Q' if K QT L 1- 5- Eleanor Halstead, Linda Harah, Elaine Hardy, Bill Harless, Carolyn Harmeyer, Jill Hartley. KROW 5, Beverly Hartley, Pat Haskett, Jon Hatcher, Billy Hawkins, Karen Hayden, William Hayes, Deanna Haynes, Vetissa Hazzard, Sue Headley, Pam Heldenbrand. Prom Programs. Field Dcrys, and KROW ONEJ JUDITH EILEEN FORD: Cheering Block, Y-Teens 9 NANCY FOSTER: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, J. C. L. 9 GAR- NET MARLENE FOUCH: Jr. Council, F. H. A., D. E. Club 9 DONNA LOU FRAZER: Tri Hi-Y, J. C. L. 9 MARY ALICE FREED: Band, "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," "Moods," D. E. Club 9 DICK FREEMAN: Football, Baseball: M, Spanish Clubs 9 MICHAEL FREEMAN 9 NANCY CAROL FRITZ: "Seven Nuns at Los Vegas," Glee Club, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y 9 LANA JO FRUITT: Band, Concert Choir, Y-Teens 9 WENDELL FUTRELL: Football, "Moods" KROW TWOJ MELVIN GARRETT 9 SHEILA SYLVIA GAR- RETT: Concert Choir, Soph. Council, Cheering Block, Y-Teens 9 RICHARD L. GATES 9 JOE GAYHEART 9 CYRIL GIBSON: Swimming, Tennis, Youth Forum, Cheering Block, Hi-Y, J. C. L. 9 DON GILLENTINE 9 KENNETH GILLUM 9 CHARLES GIL- MER 9 PAMELA GIRDLEY: Glee Club, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Spanish Club 9 ALLEN GOETCHEUS: Honor Society, Magician. U. N. Model Assembly, "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," "Our Town," "Speaking of Murder," Cheering Block, Stage Door, Thespians, International Affairs Conference. CROW THREEJ BEVERLY KAY GOODPASTER 9 CHESTER GOODWIN 9 THOMAS ROBERT GRAHAM: Jr. Council, Ten- nis, Youth Forum, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Hi-Y: Spanish, French Clubs 9 MARY JO GRAY: Glee Club 9 RICHARD NO- LAN GREEN: Concert Choir, Cheering Block 9 SANDRA HEN- DRIX GREEN: Jr. Council, Tri Hi-'Y 9 BRENDA FAYE GREG- ORY: D. E. Club 9 GAIL E. GRIBBLE: Honor Society, Cheering Block, J. C. L. 9 WILLIAM HAAS: Spanish Club 9 ALAN HAISLEY: J. C. L., Physics, Math Clubs. KROW FOUR! CARL E. HALL: Football 9 JUNE HALL: Cheer- ing Block 9 KENNETH HALL: Entered from Springfield, Ohio 9 LARRY PHILLIP HALL 9 ELEANOR HALSTEAD: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Cheering Block, F. H. A., D. E. Club 9 LINDA HARAH: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A. 9 NANCY ELAINE HARDY: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A., Y-Teens 9 BILL HARLESS 9 CAROLYN HARMEYER: Concert Choir, Y-Teens 9 BARBARA JILL HARTLEY: Honor Society, Munsonian Editor-in-chief, Youth Forum, Book Guild, Cheering Block, J. C. L., Jr. Class Secertary, Quill and Scroll: Math, French Clubs. KROW FIVE! BEVERLY ANN HARTLEY: Concert Choir 9 PAT HASKETT: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Y-Teens 9 JON ALAN HATCHER: Golf 9 BILLY HAWKINS 9 KAREN NADINE HAYDEN: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A., D. E. Club 9 WILLIAM HAYES: Cheering Block 9 DEANNA HAYNES: Cheering Block 9 VETISSA HAZZARD: Glee Club, Y-Teens 9 SUE HEADLEY: Glee Club, Y-Teens, J. C. L., D. E. Club 9 PAMELA ANN HELDENBRAND: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," "Our Town," "Speaking of Murder," Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A., Y-Teens, Stage Door, Thespians. 109 Basketball Games: Term Papers and IROW ONEI LINDA DARLENE HELLIS: Y-Teens 9 DAVID EUGENE HELTZ: Football, Tennis, Youth Forum, Cheering Block, Hi-Y, M Club 0 DONALD HENDRICKSON: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Stage Door, Thespians 0 THEOPI-IILUS HENRY: Concert Choir, Soph, Council 0 GARY LEE HENSLEY: Soph. Council, Basketball, Tennis, M Club 0 JOHN HENSLEY' Cheering Block, E. Y. A. 0 SHIRLEY MARIE HERNDON: Honor Society, Concert Choir, "Speaking of Murder," Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens, J. C. L., Art Club 0 JACK HERSH- MAN: Jr. Council, Cheering Block, French Club 0 KENNY HEWSON: Cheering Block, Physics Club U CAROL ANN HIATT: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y. QROW TWOD RITA HIGDON: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y 0 CHYREL ELAINE HILL 0 DONNA JEAN HILL: Hon- or Society, Band, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y 0 DORMAN HILL: Soph. Council, Football, Cheering Block 0 PHILIP REX HIMES: Entered from Brookston, Ind. 0 CARL HINSEY: D. E. Club ' BETTE SUE HINSHAW: Band, F. H, A., Y-Teens, Bible Club 0 SAMUEL HIRST: Soph. Council 0 ROBERT HITCHINS: Math Club 0 GARY HITTSON: Track, Swimming, Cheering Block, Hi-Y. IROW THREEI DAVE HOAGLAND: Hi-Y, Art Club 0 RONALD E. HOAGLAND: Cheering Block, Hi-Y, J. C. L. 0 MIKE HOD- SON: Wrestling, Cheering Block, Hi-Y 9 DAVE HOFHEINZ: Concert Choir, Jr., Sr. Councils, Basketball, Baseball, M Club 0 HERBERT M. HOLADAY, JR.: Band, Cheering Block, Hi-Y 0 NANCIE HOLBERT 0 HUGH HOLLOWELL 0 JUDITH LEON- ARD HOLLOWELL: Honor Society, Girls' State, Glee Club 0 WILLIAM HODGES HOMRIG: Soph. Council, Cheering Block, Hi Y J C L E Y A Ph sics Club 0 JUANITA MARIE HOP . ',.. I... , Y . PER: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A., Y-Teens. CROW FOURJ JUDY HORNER: Jr. Council, Art, Library Clubs 0 MERLYN F. HOUK 0 JERRY HOUSTON: Cheering Block, Hi-Y, J. C. L. 0 SHIRLEY HOWARD 0 HAROLD HUDSON: Concert Choir 0 RUTH HUDSON 0 ROY L. HUEF: Concert Choir, Baseball, Cheering Block, Hi-Y, Bible Club 0 DANA KAY I-IUFFMAN: Honor Society, Magician.. Concert Choir, Soph., Jr. Councils, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens, "Moods," Art Club 0 MARY JO HUNT 0 GREGORY ALLEN HURST: Soph., Jr., Sr. Councils, Tennis, Cheering Block. Hi-Y, E. Y. A., M Club. IHOW FIVED NANCY J. HURST: Concert Choir, Soph. Council, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Art Club 0 MOLLY INGRAM: Honor Society, Band, Orchestra, Concert Choir, Sr. Council, Cheer- ing Block, F. T. A., "Moods," Sr. Class Secretary 0 BETTY JANE IRWIN: Band, F. T. A., F. H. A. 0 JOE JACKSON 0 SHIR- LEY JA'YNES 0 EDDIE JERNAGIN: "Moods" 0 CLYDE HAR- VEY JESTER: Band 0 DARLENE JOHNSON: Concert Choir, Sr. Council 9 ROBERT LEROY JOHNSON 0 WILMA SUE JOHNSON: Concert Choir, Y-Teens. 110 QROW ll Linda Hellis, David Heltz, Don Hendrickson, philus Henry, Gary Hensley, John Hensley, Shirley Jack Hershman, Kenny Hewson, Carol Hiatt. KROW 21 Rita Higdon, Chyrel Hill, Donna Hill, Dorman Phil Himes, Carl Hinsey, Bette Hinshaw, Sam Hirst, Bob 4 .N A 'T S 4 Q' I I L Q X H .1 MJ I Z. 5 X M Q 'L 4' 1 fm . ,M Y "Sql, 'L J 6 L. McKillip, Leah McLaughlin, Merrillyn McNary, Richard Mc Pherson. IROW 53 Wanda Mannix, Jim Marshall, Nancy Markley, Bar- bara Martin, Phil Martin, Jerry Maynard, Larry Mead, Bar- bara Melnik, Bill Meranda, Kay Merrick. Gym Exercises: 'Musical Moodsf KROW ONEJ MIKE JOHNSTON: Cheering Block, Hi-Y, J. C. L., E. Y. A. 0 JUDITH ANN JONES: Cheering Block, Y-Teens ' RUSSELL JONES 0 TYRONE L. JONES: Soph. Council, Cheer- ing Block, Hi-Y, E. Y, A. 0 NANCY JILL JORDAN: Book Guild, Cheering Block, Art Club 0 GENE KAYE: Cheering Block U PATSY JOAN KEELEY: Honor Society, Soph. Council, Cheer- ing Block, Tri I-li-Y, Y-Teens, D. E. Club 9 NAIIA JOAN KEIHN: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," "Our Town," "Speaking ,of Mur- der," Glee Club, Y-Teens, Thespians 0 JACK KELLEY: Cheer- ing Block 0 DANA KAY KELSO: Band,-. F. H. A. CROW TWOJ JOANN MARILYN KEPPLER: Honor Society, Concert Choir, Jr., Sr. Councils, Book Guild, Cheering Block, J. C. L., "Moods," Math Club 0 KAREN KING: Art Club 0 MARY ANN KING: Cheering Block 9 MARCIA KINGEN: Hon- or Society, Magician Editor-in-chief, Concert Choir, Purdue Legislative Assembly, U. N. Model Assembly, World Affairs Institute, Sr. Council, Cheering Block, Tri-Hi-Y, "Moods" 0 BOB KINGERY: Entered from North Manchester, Ind. 0 PA- TRICIA KIRKWOOD: Glee Club, Y-Teens, Bible Club 0 NAN- CY E. KNAFEL: Cheering Block, F. H. A., Y-Teens, Art Club 0 GAIL KUHNS: Cheering Block 0 LARRY G. LAKE: Cheering Block 0 MARGARET LEAKE: F. H. A., D. E. Club. IROW THREEI CAROLYN ANN LEAZENBY 0 CAROL LEE: F. H. A. 0 BILL LEGG: Cheering Block 0 BEVERLY SUE LEON- ARD 0 PHILIP LEVI 0 MARTI LEWIS: Y-Teens 0 BARBARA LINDLEY: F. T. A. 0 FRANCES LINDSEY: Concert Choir 0 MYRNA LITTELL: Cheering Block, F. T. A., F. H. A., Y-Teens, "Moods" 0 GAYLE MCALISTER. KROW FOUR! CHARLES MCCAMMON 0 DAVID MCCARTNEY: Swimming 0 MARIE MCCARTY: Honor Society, Munsonitm. Girls' State, Soph. Council, Glee Club, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens, J. C. L. 0 THOMAS EDWARD McCAR'I'Y 0 DAVID MCCLELLAN: Cheering Block, I-li-Y, Entered from San Antonio, Texas 0 GARY MCCREERY: Band, Swimming ' JUDY MCKILLIP 0 LEAH RAYE MCLAUGHLIN: Concert Choir, Cheer- ing Block' MERRILLYN MCNARY: U. N. Model Assembly, Sr. Council, Cheering Block, F. T. A., Spanish Club 0 RICHARD L. MCPHERSON. CROW FIVE! WANDA MANNIX: Honor Society, U. N. Model Assembly, Tri Hi-'Y 0 JAMES EDWARD MARSHALL: Honor Society, Magician. Purdue Legislative Assembly, Football Mgr., Youth Forum, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Hi-Y: Math, M Clubs 0 NANCY MARKLEY: Concert Choir Glee Club, En- tered from Bluffton, Ind. 0 BARBARA A. MARTIN: Glee Club, Y-Teens 0 PHIL MARTIN: Cheering Block, Hi-Y, J. C. L. 0 JERRY MAYNARD: J, C. L., Entered from Indianapolis, Ind. 0 LARRY MEAD 0 BARBARA MELNIK: Honor Society, Girls' State, Jr. Council, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-'Y, J. C. L., Math Club 0 VVILLIAM H. MERANDA: Concert Choir 0 KAY ELLEN MERRICK: Honor Society, Magician. Concert Choir, Jr. Coun- cil, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, J. C. L., Physics Club. 113 Convos. and the Crowded Halls CROW ONEJ SHARON GAY MEYER Magxczan Asststant Ed 1tor Concert Cholr Cheer1ng Block Tn H1Y E T A J C L Qulll cmd Scroll Moods French Art Clubs ' CHARLES H MICHAEL Munsoman. Wrestlzng Cheermg Block H1Y M Club 0 RONALD J MIDDLETON Band Orchestra J C L Bzble Club 0 SHEILA JANE MIDDLETON Concert Cholr Cheer1ng Block Tr1 H1 Y Y Teens Spamsh Btble D E Clubs 0 DAN MILHOLLIN Munsonmn Soph Councll Cheermg Block Math French Clubs 0 BETTY JEAN MILLER 0 BETTY SUE MILLER Glee Club 0 CAROLYN MILLER 0 JANICE MIL LER 0 LINDA JO MILLER Cheermg Block Tr1 I-I1 Y Btble Club CROW TWOJ REX LEE MILLER Munsoman. Soph Jr Coun c1ls Baseball Youth Forum H1Y Phystcs Math M Clubs 0 TODD MILLER Sr Councxl Entered from Sprmgtleld Ohlo 0 MOLLY MILNER Youth Forum Cheer1ng Block J C L Spanlsh Club 0 ZULA MINIX Cheermg Block 0 ATHA MIT CHELL Glee Club Cheermg Block 0 DAVID L MITCHELL Jr Councxl Cheer1ng Block E Y A 0 JUDIE MOCK Glee Club 0 MICHAEL MODESl'l'T Bcmd 0 SANDRA MONGOLD Glee Club F H A 0 JANET ELAINE MOORE Honor Socxety Munsomun. Book Gurld Outll and Scroll Cheermg Block Tr1H1 Y J C L Jr Class Treasurer Math Art Clubs CROW THREE! JANET SUE MOORE 0 THOMAS W MORLEY Sr Counczl Cheer1ng Block H1'Y 0 JAMES WALKER MOR ROW Concert Cholr Football 0 JIM MYERS 0 WANDA J NAYLOR 0 LARRY JOE NEATA Jr Councll Cheer1ng Block H1Y 0 LESLIE NICCUM Concert Choir Wrestlxng Swlm mtng 0 GARY A NIGH Golf Cheer1ng Block 0 WILLIAM ROBERT NOBLE Honor Society Basketball Baseball H1Y Cheer1ng Block Tr1H1Y J C L CROW FOUR! CHARLES ODELL Cheer1ng Block J C L 0 ROBERT G ODLE E Y A 0 JACK OLIVER Honor SOCIBIY Cheer1ng Block E Y A 0 JUDITH KAY OLSON Speakmg ot Murder Cheermg Block Tr1H1Y YTeens J C L 0 JAMES ORCUTT 0 SUETTA ORRICK Concert Cholr F H A YTeens 0 MARTHA JANELLE OSBORN Cheermg Block Tr1 H1 Y 0 RICHARD OVERMYER Band Orchestra 0 CARO LYN SUE PALIN Concert Cho1r Cheer1ng Block Tn H1Y Y Teens 0 JOHN PARKS CROW FIVEJ ROBERT WAYNE PAT'l'ERSON Sr Councxl Cross Country Track Cheerlrg Block M Club 0 LARRY PA ZOL Purdue Legxslattve Assembly U N Model Assembly Cheer1ng Block J C L 0 MARCIA RUTH PECKINPAUGH Concert ChOlf Soph Counctl Soph Class Treasurer J C L 0 ROBERTA ARLENE PENERY F H A Y Teens D E Club 0 ROBERT PHELPS 0 CHARLES I PILKINGTON Munsoman Tenms Cheer1ng Block Physlcs Math Clubs 0 BRENDA POL SON Sr Councll Cheermg Blocl Tr1 H1Y J C L Math Blble Art Clubs 0 WANDA LEE PRATT Entered from Camp bellsvllle Tenn 9 OUEENESTHER PRYOR 0 RONALD QUAL KENBUSH Cheer1ng Block 114 CROW ll Sharon Meyer Charles Mlchael Ronme Mtddleton Shella Middleton Dan Mllhollm Betty J Mlller Betty S Mll ler Carolyn Mxller JCIHICS Mzller Lmda Mxller CROW 21 Rex Mlller Tod Mlller Molly Milner Zula Mmtx Atha Mxtchell Davtd Mxtchell Judxe Mock Mlke Modesttt I I . I . I I I I .- I ' ' 'I ' ' 'I 1 1 U 1 I - 1 , 1 - 1 - 5 1 1 1 - -1 5 1 I - I - I I A ' ' 1 1 . , 1 1 3 ' 1 ' " 1 l - 1 ' ., . - 1 1 1 ' I 1 1 I - 1 1 1 , ' . 1 1 - - - 3 I 1 ' 1 - - -1 - 1 1 - ' I I - - : ' 1 . - Z . I . , . - . A : I . 3 1 1 1 ' 1 J. C. L.g Physics, Math, M Clubs 0 DORIS ANN NOLLEY: , ' , . . . . . . ' ' l . 4 l , 1- . ' rl I l- ' U . . ' I I - I - I ' ' ' - Z ' I , .1 2 I - i 1 1 ' 1 : . ' , . i F : . . ,, - , . . .. 1 ' 1 I I I ' . I ' I . I I I 1 1 ', ' - , . . .5 , 1 1 - 1 - ' I ' A ' I I I I 1 1 1 1 -gi 5 L, 1:1125 WM X ' N ' mf A Q 5 " 0 A '4 .D " ' f- ,Qg 5 as ' . E gaelfwwq' . 4 + , 1 5 L., x 9 5 Aflfl, I an 1-ar A W ' "5" .K h iv Ab Yi 6 , , 1 f' s , , ...A . ,, X QQ ff if E., if vi! X 1, x N Ixus X , q I A R2 ' ' 'S " 'r " . ' gf, S Y Q L ' ' 'AQ L 'fha J'-ji-1, f, " ' . 5: 5, , 5 1 Q ' ff 34je,Q'Q.?W. -- ff sf, :f f f fffff " K K I A. 'Q f . 0 v A 4' ' T ' 5: 51,25 . iS 9'I" 1bfnr " ' 3 in Q -v-3' M 5 .5 -ff, x 'Z , . 1 4 45 1, , 'L " ' Q4 yfa lv' ,- vl' 4 A A iii an-1 5- . , If Ei 'Q I ' , I ,, Q P.. - . -" X , ' 1 A r f 1 Z2 , WJ v if U . NA! f Ruthann Schafer, Susan Schlagel, Larry Schuyler, Shirley Schwyn, Louis Scohy, Glenn Scroggins, Stephen Seiber. CROW 51 Keith Sells, Ruth Sells, Joe Serra, Phyllis Shepherd, Donald Sherwood, Don Shoemaker, Joan Shuttleworth, Ger- ald Simmons, Joe Simmons, Larry Simmons. Trading Pictures. "Coke Dates," CROW ONEJ NANCY OUALKINBUSH: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, "Moods" 0 JUANITA QUEVEDO: Cheering Block, F. H. A., Y-Teens 0 JERRY RAFFETY 0 WENDELL LEE RAINESL Concert Choir, Football, Cross Country, Track, Wrestling, Cheering Block, M Club 0 JOHN PERRY RAINEY: Band 0 JOSEPH W. RANKIN: Honor Society, U. N. Model Assembly, "Speaking of Murder," Cheering Block, Hi-Y, J. C. L.: Physics, Math Clubs 0 BONNIE KAY RAY: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," "Speaking ot Murder," Tri Hi-Y, F. T. A., Stage Door, Thes- pians 0 JUDY HOTMIRE REEDER: Munsonian. Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y 0 JUDY KAY REEDER: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y 0 SAND'Y REESE: Orchestra, Concert Choir, Sr. Coun- cil, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. T. A., "Moods" CROW TWO! JERRY REEVES 9 GENE REPLOGLE: Jr. Sr. Councils, Football, Cheering Block, Hi-Y, M Club 0 DAVID REVEAL: Entered from Merrilville, Ind. 0 HENRY RHOADES 0 DONNA RICHARDSON 0 GARY RICHMAN: Cheering Block 0 ALICE RIDGE: Soph., Jr. Councils, Glee Club, Cheering Block 0 JAMES RIGGLEMAN U RONALD RIGNEY 0 JOE BILL RITTER: Band, Orchestra, Cheering Block, J. C. L. CROW THREEJ BOBBY JOE ROBERTS: Track, E. Y. A. 9 CLIF- FORD ROBERTS 0 MAX ROBLING: Cheering Block 0 NORMA JEAN ROBOLD: Concert Choir, "Moods," Honor Society, Span- ish Club 0 MARY ROGERS 0 JACKIE ROMACK: Concert Choir, Sr. Council, Tri Hi-Y, "Moods," Art Club, Soph., Jr., Sr. Cheerleader 0 ANNA MAE ROONEY: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Cheering Block, F. H. A., Stage Door 0 RONALD RUDE: Honor Society, Cheering Block, E. Y. A. 0 REBECCA LEE RUSSELL: Band, "Moods" 0 JUDY SAILERS. CROW FOURD GEORGIA SANDERS: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. T. A., J. C. L., Art, D. E. Clubs 0 CLYDE IGINT SANDERS: Soph. Council, Cheering Block 0 BRUCE NORMAN SATTER- FIELD: Band 0 RUTHANN SCHAFER: Concert Choir 0 SUSAN SCHLAGEL 0 LARRY SCHUYLER 0 SHIRLEY ANN SCHWYN: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, J. C. L., Bible, Art Clubs 0 LOUIS SCOHY 0 GLENN EARL SCROGGINS: Soph. Council, Cheer- ing Block 0 STEPHEN SEIBER. CROW FIVEJ KEITH SELLS 0 RUTH ANN SELLS: Concert Choir, Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Library Club 0 JOE SERRA: E. Y. A., Physics, Spanish Clubs 0 PHYLLIS ANN SHEPHERD: Cheer- ing Block, F. H. A., French, Bible Clubs 0 DONALD LEE SHER- WOOD 0 DONALD LEROY SHOEMAKER: Concert Choir 0 JOAN SHUTTLEWORTI-I: Cheering Block, 'Y-Teens: Bible, Art Clubs 0 GERALD LEE SIMMONS: Cheering Block, Hi-Y, E. Y. A. 0 JOSEPH E. SIMMONS: Swimming U LARRY SIMMONS. 117 that First Day and Graduation: , CROW ONE! JULIA SIMS 0 FLORA MAE SITES 0 DONALD LEE SMITH: Cheering Block 0 JOYCE SMITH 0 KEITH SMITH 0 LARRY SMITH 0 PEGGY L. SMITH: Concert Choir 0 SAN- DRA SMITH 0 JANICE L. SNODGRASS 0 LARRY E. SPANG- LER: Munsonian, Basketball, Cheering Block. CROW TWO! BARBARA ANN SPENCER: Glee Club, Y-Teens 0 MARY SPRINGMAN: Concert Choir 0 LINDA STEVENS: Concert Choir, Sr. Council, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y 0 KAY ELEANOR STEVENSON: Honor Society, Orchestra, Jr., Sr. Councils, Youth Forum, Cheering Block, French Club 0 PHIL- LIP STEWART: Band, Orchestra, J. C. L. 0 CAROLYN ANN STOUDER: Y-Teens, Bible, D. E. Clubs 0 THURMAN LEE STRAUCH: Cheering Block 0 DAVE STUDEBAKER: Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball, M Club 0 BEVERLY JEAN SULLI- VAN: Concert Choir 0 GARY ALLEN SUMWALT: Concert Choir, Spanish, French Clubs. CROW THREE! WILLIAM JAMES SUTTERS: Munsonian. Ma- gician. U. N. Model Assembly, "Our Town," Cheering Block, F. T. A., J. C. L.: Math, Art Clubs, Quill and Scroll 0 JERRY M. SYPHERS: Cheering Block U CHARLES TATE 0 PHILIP E. TAYLOR: Jr. Council, Hi-Y, E. Y. A., Entered from Glendale, Calif 0 MARY JANE TERRY: Concert Choir, Jr, Council, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A., Y-Teens 0 DEE ANN THOMAS: Cheering Block, Entered from Clearwater, Fla. 0 JAMES GLENN THOMAS: Cheering Block, Hi-Y, 0 JAMES THOMAS 0 LARRY THOMAS 0 GARNET ISABELL THOMPSON: F. T. A. CROW FOURJ RICHARD ALAN 'I'HOMPSON: Baseball, Cheer- ing Block, M Club 9 GARY THRESHER: Concert Choir, "Moods" 0 SALLIE KAY THRESHER: Concert Choir, Y-Teens, French, Library Clubs 0 MICHAEL TIMMONS: Baseball, Cheering Block 0 MARGARET ANN TODAR: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A., Math Club 0 BEVERLY TOMEY: Concert Choir, F. H. A., Y-Teens 0 JERRY TOMEY: Entered from Center High School 0 GARY TOMLIN 0 SUSAN JILL TOWNE: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Cheering Block, F. H. A., Y-Teens, Stage Door, Spanish Club 9 SUSAN GAYLE TROUT: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, J. C. L. CROW FIVE! CONNIE TROWBRIDGE: Concert Choir, Cheer- ing Block, "Moods" 0 GAYLE H. TUCKER: Cross Country 9 JOYCE LEE TUCKER: Y-Teens 0 SHARRI TUCKER: "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," J. C. L. 0 MILES A. TUDOR 0 REBECCA ANN TURNER: Honor Society, Cheering Block, J. C. L., Bible Club 0 SANDRA KAY TURNER: Soph. Council, "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, J . C. L., Stage Door, French Club 0 SANDRA LYNNE TURNER: Soph. Council, Cheering Block, F. H. A., Y-Teens 0 JUDITH ANN TURNEY: lBIarQd, F. H. A., "Moods" 0 DAVID UP'I'ON: Cheering Block, 1- . 118 5 Q .A 0 , Q? Af: f-, pn- .Q 5,:, x Q' g Q -in 'iw ,rf ,ei f f fgi , wg-M. H 1.,f..',. 555. Q if Q I .v .M- W u 'Q' 9,9 .ng Q, 'in pn, , 75 ,'Ry 'if wg -Q 5 m fix ai:-4 'P 4 A 1 9 ,gf , ', Q X s Y h E h y "' ' H i a .3 ' q 3 is Q ffq K Q, if ' .S I W4 W ff" 'KQV G 1 , , Q , n.,.V I x A ? WSQMAP Anna Jean Wilson, Edith Wilson, Jerry Wilson, Kaye Wilson, Richard Wilson, Loren Winchester, Pat Wine, IROW Sl Jim Winningham, Lois Winningham, Linda Wise, Greta Wolfe, Leanna Wolfe, Jerry Wood, Jack Woods, Judy Woaten, Jean Wray, George Wright. Ask them! They Would tell you - CROW ONED PHYLLIS JEANNE VALAND-INGHAM: Soph. Council 0 DON VAN DYKE: Boys' State, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Youth Forum, Book Guild, Hi-Y, Soph. Class Chair- man, Jr. Class President, Physics, M Clubs 0 SUE VEST: J. C. L,. Physics Club 0 SHARON KAY VOISARD: Jr. Sr. Council, "Seven Nuns at Las Vegas," Cheering Block, J. C. L., Stage Door, Physics Club 0 CHARLIE VONDERSCI-IMITT: Band, Orchestra, Cross Country, Track, M Club U BETTY LOU WADE: Tri Hi-Y 0 GARY WALDEN: Cheering Block 0 BON- NIE WALDO: F. H. A., D. E. Club 0 VIRGINIA MAE WALDO: Cheering Block, F. H. A., Library Club 9 MARILYN WALLEII: Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, J. C. L., Math, D. E. Clubs. CROW TWOJ MICHAEL EDWARD WALSH: Honor Society, Munsonian, Purdue Legislative Assembly, U. N. Model As- sembly, Jr. Council, Baseball, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Hi-Y, Ouill and Scroll 0 ANN WALTERS: Concert Choir, Sr. Council, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Bible Club 0 JIM WARD: Concert Choir 0 MARJORIE ROSE WARFEL 0 DAVID WAR- REN: Entered from Royerton, Ind. 0 TRO'Y WASHINGTON: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Art Club 0 DON WATERS: Jr. Council, "Our Town," Basketball, Track, Youth Forum, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Hi-Y, J. C. L., M Club 0 GENE WATTERSON ' BETSY ANN WEAVER 0 CHARLES D. WEAV- ER: Concert Choir. IROW THREEI JANICE NICHOLS WEAVER: Orchestra, Con- cert Choir 0 WAYNE WEST: Cheering Block 0 GENE WHA- LEY 0 NADINE ANNE WHITE: Concert Choir, Cheering Block 0 PATRICIA ELAINE WHITESIDE: Honor Society, Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A. 0 BETH S. WHITNEY: Cheering Block, Art Club ' WILMA WILHOIT 0 KENNETH D. WILKINS: Concert Choir 0 DIXIE LEE WILKINSON: Honor Society, Cheering Block, F. T. A., J. C. L. 0 GWYNNE W. WILLIAMS: Magician, Youth Forum, Book Guild, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, F. T. A., J. C. L., "Moods," Math, Spanish Clubs. IROW FOURI ROGER E. WILLIAMS: Band, Art Club 0 SYLVIA ALICE WILLIAMS: Tri Hi-Y, F. H. A. 0 WANDA LEE WILL- IAMS: Concert Choir, Cheering Block, Y-Teens, Spanish Club 0 ANNA JEAN WILSON: Honor Society, Munsonian. Concert Choir, Girls' State, Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens, J. C. L., Bible Club 9 EDITH WILSON: Glee Club, Cheering Block, Library Club 9 JERRY WILSON 0 KAYE WILSON: Cheering Block, J. C. L., French Club 0 RICHARD O. WILSON: Band 0 LOREN WIN- CHESTER 9 PATRICIA WINE: Concert Choir, Sr. Council, Cheering Block, Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Art Club. IROW FIVE! JIM WINNINGHAM 0 LOIS ELAINE WINNING- HAM: Munsonian. Cheering Block, F. T. A., J. C. L., Math, French Clubs 0 LINDA KAY WISE: Glee Club, Cheering Block, Tri I-Ii-Y, Art Club 0 GRETA GEAN WOLFE: Concert Choir, Y-Teens, Library Club 0 LEANNA JEANNE WOLFE: F. H. A. 0 JERRY E. WOOD: Cheering Block, E. Y. A. 0 JACK WOODS 0 JUDY WOOTEN: Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Munson- ian, Girls' State, Jr., Sr. Councils, Y-Teens, J. C. L. 0 JEAN A. WRAY: Munsonian. Band, "Our Town," "Speaking of Murder," Tri Hi-Y, F. T. A., F. H. A., Stage Door, Thespians, Art Club 0 GEORGE R. WRIGHT: Art Club. 121 They Were Three Wonderful Years CROW ONE! JERRY L 'YATES Jr Council Football Track Wrestllng Cheermg Block 9 JUDY LOUNSBURY YOHLER Cheerlng Block Moods 0 PAUL WESLEY ZEDEKAR Cheer mg Block KROW TWOD MARY ZIMMERMAN Concert Choir J C L Bible Club 0 SANDRA ZIRKELBACH 0 NANCY HUGHES KROW ll Jerry Yates Judy Yohler Paul Zedekar CROW Il Mary Zimmerman Sandra Zxrkelbach Nancy Hughes Class Has Memory F1l1ed Scrapbook Brlngmg about a glorlous climax to a fun fllled career at Central High for this year s Senlor Class were the commencement exercises held 1n the Field House As some 580 graduatlng students awaited the presentation of their hard earned d1 plomas memor1es of long to be remembered ac t1Vlt18S once aga1n reappeared ln their thoughts school seemed frightening to these students as they became the Sophomore Class of 1957 the ev nts of the year acquainted the green peas not only with new friends but also wlth new ldeas and chances for accomplishment For their first b1g event variety acts of all types passed through the G een Door Sophomore Open House C11 maxlng the year were the sophomore dance Strlctly Modern and Field Day where for the first time sophomores took top honors in the float competition By the time they had enrolled as Jumors these classmates had become very much at home and began their year s aCtlVltleS by sponsor1ng the J unlor all school dance after the last home foot 122 ball game of the season J unlor Open House proved to be an entertamlng evening but no doubt the biggest occasion of 1958 was the Junior Senior Prom entitled Plantation Paradise Then came the great day when the Senior class of 1959 entered 1n the fall Gone were most fears and dxstrusts and 1n their place were visions of The Senior all school dance after the first home football game started the year off right Autumn Serenade Senlor Open House dellghted all V1S1 tors Oriental splendor left everyone spellbound as the Senior Ball Cherry Blossom Ball lntro duced the final group of senior act1v1t1es The Senlor Mothers Tea Senior Banquet and Bacca laureate flmshed out a spectacular year of enjoy ment But these memor1es will fill the pages of scrapbooks and as the seemingly endless l1ne of soon to be graduates formed one by one the Sen lor Class of 1959 paraded across the platform to receive their dlplomas thus concluding a memo rable high school panorama S, J l X I 1 0 Q 1 1 0 ' Q o . v 1 ! . . . ,, . . ,, y - - - - . . , . . . . Although the thoughts of entering a high term papers and anticipation of exciting events. ' C6 , . 3 ' 46 97 I7 ' ' ' '- V 7 Y , . . . . . ,, ,, . - ' 9 7 , . u 1, n ' ' s ' 1- - ' x r ' , - ll ' I! ' 7 5 Y ' ! , . . 3 - - - 7 - ! . , . . . . . . . . - ' 9 5447 as 3' 9 65 if 5. War S 33 Quin 5-7 -C? 1 Learning about the workings of a mod- el Fnited Nations Assembly are KROW ON1-:J Polly Pippen, lllanda Manniaz Pauline lVirt, Jo Ellen Mil- ler, Barbara Bookout: KROW TWOJ Jlarcia Kingen, Sue Jloore. Ann Abel, Marcy Clark, Alan Howard: lROW THREE, Bob Bea, Allen Goetcheus, llferrillyn McNary, Paula TVebster, Larry Pazolg CROW Form Andrew Phipps, Gary Baney, Joe Rankin. Bill Sutters and Mike TValsh. Social Stud- ies teaehers were sponsors. Delegates Attended Three ssemblies Central's winners of the State Distributire Education Contest who earned a trip to a National Convention in the State of TVashington. were KROW ONE, Georgia Sanders. Patsy Keely, Sheila Middleton ,- fR0w Twoj Brenda Gregory, Don Hendricks, Bonnie Waldo, and Mary Freed. Mr. Kenneth Coulson was spon- sor of D. E. Club. lVorld Affairs Conference at Cincinnati on Mareh I3 and 14 was attended by seniors Jlareia Kingen and Allen Goetcheus. The Rotary Club sponsored these Centralites during their stay as they learned about Afrif-11 in all its aspeets. The event is a traditional soeial studies project. l'pon returning. they related their e.1'pericn1'es before the Rotary Club at a luncheon meeting. 124 Rf S 'Ez Us '4 3 1 x grs X -Lan' M fy P. KROW ll Dave Beaty Gary Baney Ann Neff D1x1e Luellen IROW 3D Kelley Nay Bob Carnes Marxanne Ferratt Pam Car Peg Conley Jackxe Taylor Barbara Franks penter Barbara Bookout Jodxe Miller Janet 'Yount KROW 21 Joe Chan Manlyn Jackson Tom Cox Norma Evans CROW 0 Mxchael Douglass Dlck Hughes Davld Sacks Geof Judy Whxte Judy Van Natta Janette Epperson frey Rxvers Tom Murray Stuart Gray Jumor Counc1l Famed Dec1s1on Makers R1ght hand men to counc1l members thls year were the alternates who took the place of meetlngs Included 1n the 11st of alternates were Ronnle Bonham, Delorls Bonner, Mary Ann Clark Bettv Conner Terry Cox, Carolyn Cranor, J ullann Cro mer Norman Foster, B111 Hatcher Llnda Howard, Marllyn Jackson, Judy Jones, Mellnda Jones Susxe Keppler Kent Mltchell Thelma Morrow Llnda Parrls Barbara Reld Judy Sloan, Kathryn Small Francls Taubert Sue TWlgg' James Valos, Shar on Van Arsdol, Paullne Wlrt and Pat Younce Also Marxlyn Thomas, Kelley Nay, Janet Yount Nancy Dlckens, Bonnle Sargent Jerry Delk T1m Helme, Fred Merrill Jackle Taylor, Andrew Phlpps Barbara Franks, Jerre Creske Dan Swlft Stuart Gray, Janette Epperson Mary Jane Current, Sue Ann Mlller, Barbara Odle Tom Kersey, Norman Smlth Ronnie Schepp Joyce Daulton Dan Bartlett, and Wanda Jackson Planmng Junior actlvltzes mcludmg Jumor Open House Jun lor All School Dance and the Junlor Senlor Prom are the fol lowlng sponsors Mr Charles Marcus flnanclal Mrs Ann fstand1nglD1x1e Luellen Secretary Ann Neff treasurer Gary Baney presxdent and Dave Beaty v1ce presldent 125 l ar r n I u n I I N. - n ' . U . ,. .Q .I I u representatives Whenever they cOuIdn,t attend Clarkzsocialp Harold Reinoehl, chairman: and officers ' , V l 1 . ' , . , . . . , . , . 7 , . . , . , , . Y . , - , . , . Y . l Y y . . . , . . Y Y ' Y Y ' Y . , . , , . l JUNIORS IROW I1 Valerle Ackerland Claude Adams Dwlght Adams Sharon Adams Carol Adktns Wanda Al berson J1m Allen Mary Allen Sandt Anderson Charles Arbogast James Armstrong Gene Arnold Tom Arrmgton Jamce Ashton Don Atkms Shtrley Atkxns Mlchael Austln Mary Jo Avery Judy Ayre Linda Baker Ph1ll1p Baldrxdge QROW 21 Sharon Ball Gary Baney Vtrgmta Banks Donn1e Barber Sally Barker Peter Barleben Carol Barley Jxm Barlow Mary Barlow James Barnes Rebekah Barnes Robert Barnes Gale Barnett John Barnett Jeame Barr tt Don Bartlett Laverne Barton Sherry Barton Denn1s Baxter Paul Beall John Beard KROW 31 Davld Beaty Nancy Beaty Nancy Beck Lynne Bell Doyle Bennett Gerald Bennett James Bennett Barbara Berry Jacquehne Btehl Patsy B11 brey Jan Blackwell Sandra Blalr Ruth Blankenshxp Carol Blocher Jerry Boggs Walter Boguske Neva Nell Boles Mxchael Bohng Ron Bonham Davld Bon neau Delortes Bonner KROW 41 George Bonner Glendola Book Barbara Bookout Mar1lyn Boomer Jo Borders Drucllla Bowl mg Nancy Boyer Dean Boyle Shtrley Boyle Jultus Bradley Larry Brand Arthur Branson Chrlsttne Bran son Wlllen Branson Karl Bratton James Breedlove Robert Brtght Jane Brtmhall Sandy Brookbank Den DIS Brown Marcella Brown KROW 51 Martha Brown Jane Brownlng Joe Broyles Elame Buchanan Jerry Buttmgton Mlchael Bump Harold Burch fROW 81 Mary Burks Mtke Burton Mtchael Burton Sharon Bybee Dorls Carey Lmda Byers Dtck Camp bell Nancy Campbell Rtta Campbell Wllham Can non Bob Carnes Janet Burns James Carnes Pam Carpenter Sandy Carpenter Harry Cartwnght Dor othy Caten Robert Chambers Joseph Chan 'l'on1 Chandler QROW 71 Nancy Chappelle Steve Chase Sharon Chastaln Sue Chllders Jane Church Barbara Clark Deborah Clark Gene Clark Kenneth Clark Mary Ann Clark Freda Clemens Betty Cleveland Dave Clevenger Dean Clevenger Jean Clevenger Janet Oole Ladonna Cole Jlm Cole Gerry Collard Jack Colllns Tom Colllns CROW 81 Earlene Combs Larry Condon Juamta Conley Peggy Conley Mary Connell Betty Conner John Conrad Jan Conway Mar1lyn Cook Morton Cook Norman Cook Judtth Cooper Rebekah Cooper Tom Cooper Don Coovert Sharon Corbln Lesa Cotton James Cox Jerry Cox Margaret Cox RICKIE Cox CROW 91 Tom Cox Dorothy Cratg Carolyn Cranor Charles Crawford Jerre Creske Julxann Cromer Carolyn Crose Don Crose Ellne Crose Greta Crouch Joe Crouch Clyde Crouse Gary Crow Nancy Cruea Stephen Crum Mamle Cunmngham Pam Cunnmgham Judy Cunnlngton Mary Jane Current Beverly Curts Carol Custred KROW 101 .Annette Cutshall Dantel Dalton John Dampler Jerry Danlel Joyce Daulton Betty Davld son David Davldson James Davls Johnme DGVIS Lorna Davis Sylvla Davls Sandra Davlson Sara Dawson Dana Deadman Dorothy Dean Ltlhan Decker Paula Deerr Dlanne Dets Jule DeJager James Denney Larry Denn1s IROW 111 Charmalne Deubner Dtana DICE Robert Dlck Nancy Dlckens Karen Dlckson Sharon Dlck son John Dlnwtddle Fern Dlllon Davxd Dobbs Con cetta Dolllson Cornellus Dolllson Phyllls Donhauser Lmda Donovan Cynthxa Dooltttle Ned Doster Judtth Douglass Mtchael Douglass Barbara Doyle Jackte Drown Carolyn Dudley Monte Dudley 126 !f?J 'H- ab Gx v' ls N xt E262 .1 Wk X Baa 'ue- Q. ,f H' ' . 1 ' , 1 c- C 1 ' B' it 'N ' .. l I I ' I - 'K 3, gk AJ ' T3 Il W . . -. 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A 1: , if X 4 ' ,, .V 4 , .Q i ' JUNIORS CROW 11 Martha Duke, Betty Duncan, Delynn Dur- ham Jerry Eicher Dorothy Ellis Joyce Ellison Eddie Enterkm Janette Epperson Barbara Ertel 1hoxnas Erw1n Larry Evans Norma Evans Robert Evans Ela1ne Ew1.ng Judy Feazel Elxzabeth Fellerholf Mar1anne Ferratt Judlth Flannery Loretta Flowers Norman Foster Sandra Foster CROW 21 Wanda Foster Sharon Fox Barbara Franks Wlllldm Frazee Carol Frazer Larry French Karen Frogge Jem Frye Sharon Furney Antomette Gab r1el Barbara Gaddls Hubert Garrett Madene Gar rett W1ll1am Garrett Jocelyn Gaylor V1rg1n1a G1b son Phylhs Gllbert Rollln G1ll Lmda Goad Delorls Goe Lucy Goebel CROW 31 Sharon Goodall Marcla Goodmg Curtls Gough Charlzne Gravely M1ChQel Graves Barbara Gray Judlth Gray Stuart Gray Anita Green Chuck Green Carol Greer Ph1ll1p Greer Bobby Gregory Jamce Gregory Mary Gregory V1rg1n1a Gregory Merrette Grlbble Dlana Gr1ff1n Larry Gross Sally Gumn Paul Guy CROW 41 M1chael Haas Pat Hagen Larry Hahn M1 chael Hahn Wayne Hahn Pam Hames Donald Hall Gary Holl Lollta Hall Sharon Hall B111 Hammond Andrea Hank1ns John Hannon Denn1s Hardesty Lowell Harmon Davxd Harper Dewayne Harper Garrell Harper Sharon Harper Anthony Hams Ber nard Harrts CROW 51 Charles Harr1s L1ll1an Harr1s Robert Har rrson Jacquehne Hast1ngs B1ll Hatcher J1m Hatcher Judy Hathaway CROW 61 Gary Havens Jeffrey Havens Gamella HGWKIHS J1m Hayes Mary Hayes Robert Hayes Patrlcla Hedrick T1m Hehne Jamce Hellls Dale Henderson J1m Hendrxcks Mary Herron Earl Hersh berger Judy Hess M1chaelH1att John H1cks Bar bara H111 Carolyn Watson M1ke HITOHS Nancy HITOUS Danny Hlte CROW 71 Pam Hoagland Joyce Holcomb Herbert Holdrng Judy Hole Scott Hole James Holl1ns Davld Holl1s Karen Hoover Susan Hopper Earlene Howard Lxnda Howard Mary Howard Jack Hudson Mary Allce Huffman Carolyn Hughes R1chard Hughes B1ll1e Hummer Claud1a Hurst Gene Hurst Thomas Huser Ph1l Hutson CROW 81 Davld Hyder James lrey Grac1e lsom Tamara Jack Marllyn Jackson Ph1l1p Jackson Wan da Jackson Phxl Jacobs Robert Janek Barbara Jef ferson Patr1c1a Jefferson Janet Jeffrles John Jett Arthur Johnson Charles Johnson Denn1s Johnson Glorla Johnson James Johnson Myrhe Johnson Pat Johnson Paul Johnson CROW 91 Sherry Johnson D Kenneth Jones Donna Jones Gordon Jones Judy Jones Mel1nda Jones Sh1r1ey Jones J1m Jordan Howard Journay Lon etta Judd Melan1e Karr Blllle Keeler B111 Keep Charlotte Ke1sl1ng Pat Kelley Tern Kemper Ros allce Kennard Sarah Kennedy Betty Kert Su 16 Keppler Sarah Kerrlgan CROW 101 Ralph Kersey Torn Kersey Pam Ketter man Carol K1dd Gary K1dd Larry K1dd George K1erstead Mac Klmble Robert K1mbrough LOIS Krng Ellen Klnser Sharalyn Krnser George KIHSGY Jm' Knecht John Kramer Sherrell Kramer Susan Krug Mary Lafferty Dav1d La1sure Barbara Lamb Kath ryn Lambert CROW 111 June Leazenby Carmen LEWIS Don LEWIS Monte Lewxs Phyelltes LeWlS Ted Lewls Fredenck Lrggett Judrth Ltndsey Blanch Long Lonn1e Lor rance Margaret Love Lana Lowery Susan Lowery DIXIE Luellen James Lutton Barbara Lyons Robert McCaffrey Wayne McCall1ster Larcy McCarley Karen McCartney Al1ce Jeanne McClellan 128 6 NNN C' QS k 6 'ii 11 4 "Qt ,L 'E' 8- Q D 'S Q-1' 1 1 9 S K. KI -1 SQ W-v 2 f-Q Q 669 F 6 5 NX F ' x Q .blk xg- 'D sa s E ' f Q A 'H' -Q v A x xx A X K X X K , A A X rm N K F xx, X ' V t f, 6 L.. M v I 6114? , - , ' f 43 1 at fi' ' ff 2--, 42 EJ w V 1 3 K 9 ? 9 222 9 3 eww Om 26.194, sw 'em sem SS? 58 ELS it 1 K Q46 A :B Q," E 22 m iggg. . 'Q' S'2g42' 8259 .x 3 Q 9Q2 ,?L 2?E'922 19.2 .g.9H, ,9 4' - 'X nhl Mn. - X J UNIORS CROW l1 Karen Sue McCoy, Bruce McCray, Frances McGlaughn, Bobbie Kay McGuire, Tony McKinley, Fred McReyno1ds, Jerry McVicker, Adine Mace, Viola Mace, Linda Mahoney, Linda Main, James Marks, Eddie Marlow, Ronald Martzall, Pat Marvin, Kenny Masiongale, David Matchett, Larry Mathews, Patty Mayo, Jeffrey Meeks, Fred Merrill. CROW 21 Phillip Mers, Tom Metcalf, Karen Michael, Connie Miller, Della Miller, Douglas Miller, Gary Miller, Jo Ellen Miller, Julia Miller, Linda Kaye Mil- ler, Margaret Miller, Peggy Miller, Sue Ann Miller, Wilma Miller, Georgianna Mills, Alice Jo Mitchell, Atha Mitchell, Kent Mitchell, Virginia Modglin, Vir- gie Montgomery, Dave Moore. CROW 31 Kathryn Moore, Susan Moore, Connie Mor- ris, Marsha Morris, Timothy Morrow, Thelma Morrow, Sharon Morton, Tom Murray, David Myers, Robert Myers, Doris Napper, Kelly Nay, Jay Farrell Need- ham, Sue Ann Neff, Jim Nettles, Carol Newkirk, Phyllis Newton, Judy Nibarger, Kay Nicholas, Con- nie Nickols, Tom Nichols. CROW 41 Jay Nolley, Rebecca Norris, Jean North, Barbara Odle, Jan Oliver, Melinda Oliver, Steve Oliver, Michael O'Niel, Robert Opperman, Richard Zon Owen, Leon Oxley, Phyllis Oxley, Terry Oxley, Anne Parnerleau, Donald Paris, Pam Parker, Richard Parker, Linda Parris, Douglas Patterson, Forrest Dav- id Patterson, Charlotte Patton. CROW 51 Nancy Pence, Roger Pennycufi, Ronnie Phelps, Julie Phillips, Andrew Phipps, Wilma Phipps, Billy Pierce. CROW 61 Carlton Polk, Richard Price, George Proctor, Lynn Pumphrey, Jim Purtee, John Qualkenbush, Juanita Quinton, Jack Ouirk, Myrtle Qwalls, Pat Rayburn, Jasper Ralston, Carolyn Raney, Marletta Ray, Robert Reese, Linda Remaklus, Janeda Rench, John Rench, Janet Replogle, Jean Ann Reser, Linda Reveal, Michael Reynolds. CROW 71 Ralph Rhamey, Patricia Rehm, Martha Ridge, Barbara Ried, Joyce Rigel, James Ring, Dav- id Rinker, Geoffrey Rivers, Janet Roach, Brenda Roberts, Dick Roberts, James Roberts, Richard Rog- ers, Joann Rollen, Ricka Rosentrader, Barbara Ros- inski, Teresa Ross, Sally Routh, Garetta Rowe. Frank Royer, Rebecca Ruddick. CROW 81 Dave Rutter, David Sacks, Edwin Satter- field, Nancy Satterfield, Bonnie Scala, Marvin Scates, George Schad, Ronald Schepp, William Schlagel, Sandy Schmid, Mike Schranz, Arthur Schreiber, Charles Schroeder, James Schuck, Judy Schuck, Frances Scott, Joann Scott, Larry Scott, Susan Scott, Connie Seagrave, Carolyn Seagraves. CROW 91 Byron Sears, Barbara Seats, Alvia Sebas- tian, Marilyn Shaffer, Darrell Shaw, Joyce Shaw, Susan Shelby, Betty Shelton, Nancy Shepperd, Shir- ley Shreves, James Silvers, Pcnil Simmons, Gary Simpson, Roland Sizelove, Christine Skaggs, Judith Sloan, Kathryn Small, James Smekens, Arlen Smith, David Smith, Donald Smith. CROW 101 Donna Smith, Frederick Smith, Janet Smith, Jerry Smith, John Smith, Karen Smith, Made- line Smith, Norman Smith, Reda Smith, Shirley Smith, Larry Snodgrass, Phyllis Sollenberger, Bonnie Southerland, Lucy E. Spahr, Thomas Spence, Effie Staggs, Judy Stanford, Larry Stanley, Rebecca Star- key, Walter Stellwag, Sandra Stephens. CROW 111 Billie Stephenson, Wayne Stevens, Charles Stewart, Clifford Stewart, Sherry Stewart, Carolyn Stine, Charles Stone, Douglas Stong, Sandra Stouder, Ronald Stout, Sulynn Stout, Linda Strauch, Sue Strong, David Study, David Stuffel, Robert Su- lanke, Jane Summers, Nancy Sutton, Daniel Swift, Bob Swoveland, Jimmy Syphers. 130 I - Q A gb L- Q K c, L 2 9 r . ,,s - . -N, Q -Q. ., GRS ,Li milf 'D " 23 .5 i' 9 ig A X, tl bv s... B, Q J, 1 I vo- g ?l -.I ,Q 5 ly .4 Q. X 1" S E590 gf9Es 926 0 oegqgp 61992 39525 2 F99 WLM! 'gedng ,4 fauna add -lah 7166619 'gefofze 2555999 E595 9695, 5259693222 S 3 ., Q n -1 -Q .V . - -- -, - 1 r V ey 5 2 A 5 X f 5. .Qi if. YA h 5 - 1 P11 V ' 5155+ ' 7 'Q hx Ea, 1? 1,4 X 4 ' N ' . gtk' K Z f. '-X "' X 4 . ' . A " . ti' 3 A : -3- 1 A ,T A 5' 4 J: ' Q . - 1 -xx . . x a Ml A Y f .- -' J 2 A """ ' P Q 'H S 3 l' 2 X '- b A 'w :I :J : P 'P A X X Q' 'X Y Lg . -A Y 'S 'W Ja Il: it Q Q -.QJ 1 1 6: - 'TPQC fs ' ' X ' "' A ' P' 'I " '5 K . 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J UNIORS KROW 11 Willis Tate Carolyn Taubert Charles Taylor Jackie Taylor Larry Taylor Janet Ter- rell Tracy Thayer Mary Thomas IROW 21 Judxth Thornburg Shlrley Thornton Dorothy Thrower James Txghe Frances Todd Frances Townsend Phll Townsend Brenda Tucker KROW 31 Carl Tucker Buford Turner Carol Tuttle Joyce Tuttle Sue Twlgg Ella Upchurch Donna Upton James Valos KROW 41 Sharon Van Arsdal Judlth Vannatta Charles Vance Donald Vaughn John Venls Irene Vmcent Patrlcra Vorhees Sarah Wall QROW 51 Jeanette Wade Russell Wade Bob Wagner Kathy Wagner Judlth Walden Jesse Walker Ruth Walker John Warren QROW 61 Denn1s Wasson Lynn Watkrns Kathy H1mes Paula Webster Tamara Wedmore John Weesner Davld Wersse Marllyn Wessol CROW 71 Paul Westerman Luke Whrtcomb Judy Whrte Mlchael Whrtehalr Karen Wl'11t lock Myron Whltted Sharon Wxlkms Barbara Wlllrams KROW 81 Carolyn Wrllxams Elsworth Wrlllams Judrth Wrllrams Ronald Wllllarns Sharon W1ll rams Shrrley Wrlllams Becky W1ll1GIHSOH Roy Wrlls KROW 91 James Wllsford Frank Wllson Joe Wxlson W1ll1CIH1 Wllson Zane Wrlson Brenda Wmburn Llnda Wlne Jack Wmner QROW 101 Shrrley Wlnmngham Mlldred Woody Paulme Wlrt Norma Wrxght Beckey Wrxght Lowell Yoder Patrrcla Young Ann Young CROW 111 Judy Young Terry Young Thomas Young Janet Yount Mlke Zearbaugh Phyllls Zlgler Barbara Zxmmerman Sandra Zlmrner man 132 r ,K LM P llhwzlll 'tl w-45' S 'FA' 9 SSEQR use tr Q. -JN :I -g Qs. 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Q E l KROW ll Kay Freed, Jim Clevenger, Polly Pippen, Alan Howard, Phyllis Hammond, Bob Pinion. KROW 21 Sharon Evans, Mary Alice Reese, Lois Tolbert, Shar- on Turner, Mary Rodenberger, Marshia Gill, Melinia Mallery, Sharon York. KROW 31 Tom Miley, Patsy Reber, Nancy Douce, Jcmie Liehr Linda Caylor, Treva Snider, Charlotte Whitlock, Jackie Rein i 2 g. 11 C? CROW 0 Jeannine Wagoner, Trula Wise, Joann Church, Anete Espejo, Ann Abel, Kay Phillips, Melvin Jolley, Connie Van Duyn. CROW 51 Gene Reagan, Bill Towne, William Jackson, Glenn Mihlield, Richard Norman, Steve McGann, Robert Mitchell, Nick Van Winkle, Luther Miller. Soph Council Mapped Its First Year Filling the places of those sophomores on the council who were, for one reason or another, un- able to make meetings this year were Edward Dobbs, Sharon Carter, Tom Kellum, Phillip Fin- chum, Wayne Brock, Jon Edmonson, Carol Foster, Marilyn Baney, Judy Stewart, Jim Richardson, Jim Patterson, Becky Schwer, Ruth McCallister, Janet Tahtinen, Kelly Bilbrey, Martin Schmidt, Nick Van Winkle, Mary Alice Reese, Larry Louns- bury, Patty Dugan, Larry Porter, Jane Brown, Zenobia Roundtree, Kay Staker, James Johnson, Leroy Prokopf, Bill Bartlett, Ronald Kennedy, David Geeting, Janet Bailey, Charles Nicely, Will- iam Digman, David Skaggs, Franklin Cooper, Lar- ry Stephenson, and Mike Upchurch. Also, Jimmy Gillentine, James Burridge, Dale Rankin, Judi Fish, Carol Snodgrass, Jim McCor- mick, Sally Huntzinger, Jerry Conley, Sharon Dar- rall, Janet Barley, Joyce Terry, Patty Kelsey, Gary Coy, Glenn Mihlfeld, Joann Church, Trudy Meyer, Shirley Andes, Kay Phillips, Ralph Cory, Glenna Fender, John Darts, and Carol Hottinger. Guiding the class of 1961 are KFRONT ROWD sponsors Mr. Weldon Witters, head, Mrs. Polly Sunderman, social, Mr. Rob- ert Colvin, financial, KSTANDINGJ Alan Howard, chairman: Polly Pippen, secretary, and Jim Clevenger, treasurer. 133 S8 2 C9 ggg 6 E S1251 2' 51- 5 6 F CC 2 X MQW IQMW x In Somezemea Fazdezfz Zag,-fg,,,,,,4g: 5555353 92 9 S 5 QE? RQLQGCOE Q 959296225 2 QAEG QEFQEQE Q Ll ,Z ' S gf: 7 I ,- D .. V - - - tr - , -.f '-' '-' x 5- K 'L ' ' ' " ' f W 1 L x,, , . X sl A Q - 1 A 1 Q ' G - s Nt if s v- Q is 6 Q - GMM 1 Q ,Yr S, X QQ? x V! Q :L ' .X ,-s xx . " ' - A N K9 'H an gr Vw 'l' V - ,. . Y 'n ' ki I ' " -"- A 1 vig. . 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Q t 3 w 1 '- r - I - s K K K Y , J A K X 1 -Q I M 134 5 1' x Q ,,,. X 1 B-5 5 '4 , z f i A. A 'AQ . si VN ' In 'M -N.. .3 "' . 53' k Q.: -5 2- ff -Ig EQ 3 ff ,F . i --' is ix N4 4 'YM 9 To .W "5.'lJ fo- ...V i uf , if Q i 'Elk I ft I K 3 A 7 1-'tv L 5' 1 5 3' g , Y x J lv 4 - A Q3 ,, " " H S 'JQKXJL X S we -r e " 4 --s e, , 1 .2 if if , 4? ' v S I SOPHOMORES CROWD Ann Abel, Marilyn Abram, Renzie Abram George Adams, Sally Addison, Audrey Allen, Bill Allen Donna Anderson, Marcia Anderson, Nancy Anderson Shirley Andes, Jana Anthony, Charles Applegate, Vir- ginia Ashby, Linda Ashton, Marilyn Atkinson, Sharon At- kinson, Laurence Auls, Jerry Ault, Charles Ayres. CROW 21 Helen Babbitt, Gloria Bader, George Bailey, Janet Bailey, Barbara Baker, Gerald Baker, Joe Baker, Marilyn Baney, Linda Barber, Emilie Barker, Eugene Barker, Macy Barnard, Alfred Barnes, Clarence Barnes, William Bartlett, Darrell Barton, David Barton, Judithia Barton, James Bates, Larry Beach. CROW 31 Clarice Beard, Patty Beard, Wayne Beaty, Clif- ford Beckham, Freddie Becktell, Betty Bedics, Tom Beebe, Eva Beesley, Glenna Bennett, Mary Bennett, Richard Ben- nett, Curtis Benning, Mary Berry, Connie Bex, Robert Bex, Janice Biehl, Arnold Bilbrey, Kelly Bilbrey, Donald Bildilli, Betty Bivens. CROW 41 Juanita Blair, Eva Boles, Darwin Bookout, Walter Borders, Richard Borror, Jerry Bowles, Georgetta Bradbum, John Bradburn, Larry Bradburn, Bruce Bradford, Nancy Brarnmer, Ronnie Brand, Winston Brandon, Richard Bran- non, Oral Brenner, Phil Bridgman, Linda Briner, Wayne Brock, Barbara Brooks, Ganelda Brower. CROW 51 Jane Brown, Sue Brown, Billie Brumback, Lana Brumback, Art Bryant, Paul Bryant, Harvey Buchanan, Paul Buckles, Clarence Buckley, Linda Buckmaster, John Buffalo, Margaret Buggs, James Burgess, Joe Burnworth, James Burridge, Catherine Burt, Stephanie Burton, Larry Cain, Bill Callahan, Linda Calvert. CROW 63 Lee Campbell, Raymond Campbell, Dorothy Carey, Orville Carney, Roland Carney, Thomas Carpen- ter, Bob Carrigan, Betty Carter, Sharon Carter, Michael Cartwright, Robert Cartwright, James Case, Linda Caylor, Kara Cecil, Sharon Chadwick, Earl Chambers, Delilia Chaney, Linda Chapman, Doris Childress, Lola Chriswell. CROW 'ID Joann Church, Diana Ciscell, Albert Clark, David Clark, Gerald Clark, Marcy Clark, Richard Clark, Florence Clarke, Howard Clary, Nancy Claspell, Bonita Claybrooke, Kendra Clement, Jim Clevenger, Gladys Clines, Brenda Clouse, Lenora Coats, Betty Coffman, Linda Collard, Di- anne Collins, Robert Collins. CROW 8, Betty Combs, Richard Conaway, Johnny Connors, Linda Conway, Micke Conway, Brenda Cook, Carolyn Cooper, Lee Cooper, Richard Cooper, Barbara Corn, Ralph Cory, Gordon Cox, Gary Coy, George Coyne, John Crad- dock, Marilyn Jo Craig, Kenneth Crawford, Don Craycraft, Leon Creek, Gayle Creske. CROW 91 Gary Crist, Aladean Cross, LaRue Cross, Mar- garet Crouch, Jeann Crowcroft, James Crum, Carol Crume, Michael Cull, Judy Cummins, Jane Cunningham, Joan Curry, Jan Curts, Larry Daniel, Sharon Darrall, Charles Daugherty, Sue Daugherty, Julia Davidson, Basil Davis, Frank Davis, James Davis. CROW 103 Joseph Davis, Joyce Davis, Kay Davis, Lois Davis, Pamela Davis, Robert Davis, Ruby Davis, Bill Daw- son, Donna Deane, Arlene DeBoer, Don DeHart, Paul de Jung, Gilbert Denney, Sharon Denney, Donald Dennis, Rebecca Deubner, Carl Devers, James DeWitt, Donald Dickinson, William Digman. 135 1 1 E55 E 9'52SE S955 9 E gC9Qr , E: 6 . S:e4ooltgE' F522 E S M an WQQQ 9 C95 3:5252 9 A. RSQREQRM 136 37 A S Q ' " -5 X N 1- A3 A St 5 , Q :Q i -., : 3 -2' P . 5 is . K, v, rv rx- I h ' - X f LL 1, gp 1' . A "" 4' 't C' :fb 9 ' A ' ' 1 - Q Q' sf st. S sq- X ' 1 3 N 1, 521 vf Q f- an Q . 1 X.. x I -ff 4 EN. N '- ' 1 f" L vm Qt! kg A I., I. ' A X I F, K . Q- , 'HF 5 - ' f " - . 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A s 'Y' nd77Zez!7Zeca77al4 SOPHOMORES ROW I1 Judy Dxllon Larry D1s1nger John Dlxon Larry Dlxon Edward Dobbs W1ll1e Dolhson Jantce Doss Ken neth Dotson Larry Dotson Ncmcy Douce Dav1d Dubbs Carolyn DuBo1s Patrlcla Dugan Don Dulaney Gay Dum mttt Rtchard Dunn Btllte Dusmg Sandy Dyer Rrchard Eber Jon Edmon on CROW 21 Bonme Eley Patrxck Ell1S Herbert Elton Jack Ennxs Curtxs Ervm Everett Erwm Anete Espeyo B111 Estep Karen Estes Ralph Evans Sharon Evans W1l11am Evans Dav1d Everhart Sharon Ewry Charles Eyer Betty Farmer Glenna Fender Glenn Ferguson Sandra Finch AI Fm chum CROW 31 Phtlhp Fmchurn Judy FISH Mtchael Flsher Phyl lts Fxsher Wtllle Frltzpatrtck Carolyn Fllck Alan Flook M1ChG8l Flowers Charles Fogle Nancy Ford Carol Foster Jack Foster Mary Fouts Franklln Cooper Geme Frankhn Melvm Frankhn Dan Frazer Kay Freed Mlke Frlzzell Beth Fullhart CROW 41 Shara Gabrlel Pat Garrard Emma Garrett James Garrett John Garrett Marllyn Garrett Thomas Garrett Vmcent Garrett Mlke Garrmger Sharon Gates Robert Gaylor Dav1d Geetmg Dorothy Gentry Cheryl George Don Gettlnger Judy Glbson Carolyn Gttford Jerry Gtll Marshla G1ll Jlmmy Gtllentlne CROW 51 Rex Goen Alma Goodman Wayne Gragg Wayne Gray Don Green Katrlna Green Evelyn Greene Jxm Greer Connle Gregory Walter Grleswell John Gr1f f1th Larry Grltttn Phyllls Grlfftn Otto Grimes Eugene Grlt ton Mary Groce Donna Gruwell EvanellGu1nn Robert Gunn Mary Guzzi CROW 61 Carol Hadley Douglas Haffner Dav1d Hall Lxnda Hall Patrlcla Hall Ronnle Hammel Phyllls Hammond Rxchard Hancock Wayne Handshoe John Hannon Yonda Hannon Gary Harmeyer Carol Harmon Harold Harper Jlm Harrold Peggy Hartley Danny Harvey Phyllls Har vey Nancy Haskett Charles Haston CROW 71 Paul Haughn George Hawk Robet HGWKIHS Colleen Hayden Everett Hayden Glona Hayes Ruth Hayes Marle Haynes Stella Heath Donald Heldenbrand Phxl Henkel Jean Henry Shexla Henry Shirley Herrlman Richard Heston Joe Hewson Jtmmle Hlatt Johnny Hol comb Bernxce Holdmg B111 Hole CROW 81 Bon1ta Hole Carolyn Holhday Ronald Hollmgs worth Myrna Holmes Mlchael Hopper Phzhp Hoppes James Horvath Carol Hottrnger Jackte Houk Marsha Houk Alan Howard Helen Howard Alan Hubbard Joyce Hudson Mlchael Hudson Danny Huey Rlchard Huff Tom Humbert Jack Hummerlckhouse James Humphrey CROW 91 Judith Hunt Sally Huntzmger Curtxs Hutchlson Bomta Hutson Cathy Hutson Ruth lsom Jerry Jackson Julxa Jackson Ronald Jackson Thomas Jackson W1ll1am Jackson LeRoy Janz John Jmks Albert Johnson Ellza beth Johnson Frank Johnson James Johnson Kathy' Johnson Lorna Johnson Marcus Johnson CROW 101 Patncza Johnson Paul Johnson Robert Johnson Selena Johnson M6lV1H Jolley Brenda Jones Jams Jor dan Becky Journay Delorls Kates Louls Kates Ferg Kear Barbara Keever Shlrley Keller Thomas Kellum Patty Kel sey Ronnle Kennedy Cheryl Kent Boyce K1cld Cloyd Kxdd Carolyn Kimmel 137 r 5 x 5.1 ...M Ula' up .gl V L , ft' 7 1 ' if 7 W. in 5 lk K . vb ' 'w 'f L' ' ' 1 lj Q 4 :. 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'F tt, Q - . g A Q SOPHOMORES QROW ll Carl King, Linda King, Loris King, Willie King, Gerry Kirt, Glenda Kline, Richard Knoderer, Dennis Knott, Janet Koger, Sue Koger, David Kramer, Gary Kramer, Mary Krieg, Orville Kronz, Betty Kyle, Pamela Lake, Susan Lamp- ke, Georgie Landers, Gerald Lanich, Philip Lawell. fROW 27 James Lepsinger, Donald Lephart, Eddie Lewis, Victor Lewis, Janie Liehr, Jossie Lindsey, Charles Link, Bonnie Linville, Bill Lipscomb, John Livezey, Woodford Logan, Larry,Lounsbury, Willis Lowe, Danny Lowery, Steve Lowery, Owen Lucas, Judy Lykins, Richard McAllister, Dorothy McCain, Ruth McCallister. CROW 31 Roosevelt McCaskil, Phyllis McClunny, Harry McCormick, Jim McCormick, Bennie McCoy, James Mc- Curdy, Michael McDonald, Toni McDonald, Tom Mcliltresh, Stephen McElroy, Stephen McGann, Richard Mclntire, Em- ily McKeever, Harold Mader, Rosie Madison, Melinia Mal- lery, Charles Manor, Merl Manor, Judy Mansfield, Phil Mark. KROW 41 Sandra Markley, Luemma Marks, Marianne Mart, Thomas Martin, Thomas Marvin, James Massie, James Matheny, Norma Maxwell, Joanna Medeckie, Barton Mell- ott, Judith Melvin, Trudy Meyer, Karen Michaels, Joyce Middleton, Glenn Mihlield, Mary Miles, Tom Miley, Brenda Miller, Edward Miller, Margaret Miller. QROW 5l Marsha Miller, Nelson Miller, Phillip Miller, Don- ald Mills, Robert Mitchell, Mary Mooneyhan, George Moore, Sue Moore, Shirley Moore, Donald Morgan, Gary Morgan, Stephen Morgan, Wayne Morgan, Mary Morris, Judy Morton, James Murdock, Henry Murphy, Herbert Murphy, Iris Murphy, John Murray. IROW 65 Barbara Neal, Ray Neal, David Neely, Karen Neiswander, Pamela New, Larry Newman, Mary Nibarger, Jerry Nibarger Charles Nicely, Harry Nipp, Janet Nolley, Linda Nolley, Richard Norman, Ronnie Norris, Bob Notting- ham, Debra Null, Larry Nunemaker, Carol Nute, Duane Oaldon, Rachel Odle. KROW 7l Jackie Ong, Mary Orr, Linda Osborn, Garry Owens, Michael Owens, David Painter, John Pamerleau, David Parker, Darla Parks, Rudy Parris, Brian Parvis, Dan- ny Patterson, Jimmy Patterson, Mary Patterson, Roy Pat- terson, Thomas Penrod, Carol Perry, Juanita Perry, John Petro, Philip Petro CROW BD Lana Phelps, Pat Phillipi, Charolette Phillips, Nancy Phillips, Ruth Pike, Bob Pinion, Polly Pippen, Rita Poling, Ann Poole, Samuel Poor, Gene Pope, Larry Porter, John Potter, Carolyn Powell, Martha Powell, Bonnie Pozs- gai, Ida Preston, Barbara Price, John Prigg, Leroy Prokopf. QHOW 9, Janice Prosser, Thomas Raburn, Larry Rainey, Thomas Randolph, Dale Rankin, William Rawlings Gene Reagan, Judy Reagon, Patricia Reber, Sam Rector, Connie Reed, Mary Reese, Penny Reet, Jacqueline Rein, Marina Rench, Gertie Reno, Marjorie Reynolds, Russell Rhamey, Obra Rich, James Richardson. KROW 105 Barbara Ridge, Linda Riie, Judith Roberts, Bob Robinson, Cleveland Robinson, Nikki Robinson, Marilyn Robold, Mary Rodenberger, Ted Roetken, Leonard Rogers, Carol Rosinski, Donald Ross, Jesse Ross, Torn Ross, Rhi- man Rotz, Zenobia Roundtree, Joann Routh, Gary Rowe, Shirley Royer, Ray Ruddick. 139 2.249 H sas 5 X QQQEGSHQSQQQIQ maffrfii if? 22 92f9Cf S9229 PCSZQ QQEAE' Q E Hg GYQ G C Sz 2 U S52Q9fF5E QE -Q 5 3 Q X 5 -1 Al at K is S xx . , :T 6' W' -I ' ' 'oh bf -W C, wr ' V , I, "P UQ " .fl , Q, V fl ,i -Q xx! D N k , W' 5, Q ' A . I L X s A .J :Is 5 vi' 1 ' ' A 1'-a s - ' "' " S' 'N . I -. 5. Q- gg , 5 ' -29 Q, 5 g A 'v N h N T ' N 5N r I L , ' - Q - x.. " W . ' Z I X ' ' 11 ? .. i 'W tea ' 1 ' ' v pdf X . u A ... I 'A ' d s ,, " can s dh 4 vm 'x :Q 2,7 Nfl' ' 'T Il 3'- V vm M ' 1 A A N E K X xX A . A x in K A ' g . : : g . 6 ,A M L 5' Q- " L 3 f 8 W .T " 5. - 2 -'Q-A ff 4 ' "" ' if T' S- f X I 1:2 x M I K K ' 6. mfs .. 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Vw Y' N. aeione EFS 'tl .Gr it 1 A S. hw 1 llt Y- SOPHOMORES IROW 11 Charles Rude Glorla Rutherford Carolyn Rut ledge Jerry Sallers Janet Sanders Lee Sanzo George Sasser Mlchael Scates Mxke Schatfner Martma Schmldt Fredzem Schulze Leonard Schumacher Rebecca Schwer Dxana Scott Ted Scott Shlrley Scrogglns George Sellls Jerry Sexton James Shanks Imogene Shaw KROW 21 Rlchard Shaw Jerry Shell Carolyn Shemella Sharon Sherman Davxd Sheward Carolme Shlvely Don ald Shores Mlchael Shores Nelda Short Edward Sxmmons Sammy Stmpson Mlke Srms Sterhng Srms Ruth Smdel Davxd Skaggs Susan Skeen Thomas Sklnner Don Sloan Jtmmy Slusher Sharon Slye KROW 31 Alan Sm1th Carolyn Smtth Cora Sm1th Darrell Smlth Eddle Smtth Edlth Smith Harry Smrth Jacquellne Smrth Lols Smtth Mary Smrth Ralph Srmth W1ll1am Smxth Darlene Smder Treva Smder Carol Snodgrass Leroy Sollars Carl Soules Geneva Spears Guy Spears Karon Squler KROW 41 Sharon Squler Sara Stafford Kay Staker Russell Steed Judy Steele Larry Stephenson Marsha Stevenson Judy Stewart Louls Stewart Mable Stewart George Stlpp Ben Stockton Judxth Stoner Phtl Stowe Jud Strader Mlke Streeter Anna Strong Brenda Stroud Phylhs Study Steve Su t KROW 51 Davxd Sunderland John Sutters Sarah Swfnm Judy Swartout Janet Tahtmen Thomas Tarrett Evelyn Taylor Freddle Taylor Opal Taylor Roy Taylor Ronme Teal Charles Tepe Joyce Terry Marxlyn Terry Lee Ter wllllgers Dorothy Thlll Alberta Thomas Davld Thomas Phoebe Thomas Robert Thomas KROW 61 Davxd Thompson Kenneth Thompson Larry Thompson W1ll1am Thompson Marlene Thornbro Lols Towne Shxrley Tressel Ph1ll1p True Terry True Claudra Tudor Fred Tuplmg Gracelyn Turner Sharon Turner Howard Tuttle Mark Tuttle Charles Underwood KROW 71 Bllly Upchurch James Upchurch Mlchael Up church Richard Vanderburg Connle Van Duyn Jeanne Van Dyke Nlck Van Wmkle Vlda Vargas J1m Volles Jack Voxsard Jxm Votsard Kathy Vorhees Wlletta Wade Rodger Wages Marylon Wagner Jeannme Wagoner Gene Ward Margle Waldo Dxanne Wallace Gary Walls IROW 81 Susan Walsh Phll Walters Bontta Walton Davtd Wantz Dorothy Warren Cozette Washxngton Janlce Was son Charles Watkxns W1ll1am Watson Murlel Webb W1ll1am Webb Jxm Webber Soma Wedmore Pamela Wegesm Janet Welch Carol Wells John Wert Janet Wertz Ronald Whaley Larry Whltaker CROW 91 David Wh1te Marllyn Wh1te Alma Whlteman Charlotte Whltlock Llnda Whltney Gary Whltted Karen WIQQIHS Ray W1ll1am Barbara Wrlhams Betty Wllhams John Wllllams Montle Wllllams Rlchard Wtlhams Rxta Wlllxams Roger Wlllxams Sandy W1ll1amson Rlchard W1l son Mlke Wlnelnger Sharon Wmkle JCIHICG Wmner IROW 101 Jessle Wmnlngham Larry Wise Trula Wlse Dan Wxssner Judxth Wood Kathleen Wood Vance Wood ward Jayne Workman Don Wray Davtd Wnght Marcla Wrlght Ralph Wright Phlllrp Wyrlck Phrllxp Yates Jerry Yoakum M1chaelYocum Becky 'York Sharon York Chm mta Young Karen Young 141 kr R h r IV .V . . 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' . .' . tt K , 1 Xi . , . . 4 '51 A K , M Y A , ' 4- 'Q , I f I I I , I , ' - 8 is ' Y ' , . . , - x X 5 y l t - The Gang s Record oi Plctured Events Abel Ann so 26 133 135 Abram Ma11lyn so 35 Abram Renzie so 72 135 Ackerland Valerxe Jr 24 126 Adams Claude Jr 126 Adams Dw1ght Jr 126 Adams George so 135 Adams Sharon Jr 14 73 126 AddlSDH Sally so -48 135 Adk1ns Carol L r 126 Alfont Mary sr-36 100 J Alberson Wanda Jr 28 37 48 Alfont B1ll sr 23 51 55 72 73 Allen Allen Allen Allen Audrey so 135 I1m Jr 126 Mary Jr-48 126 W1ll1am so -64 102 135 Allred Phyllis sr 102 Barton Barton Barton Barton Barton Barton Barnes Robert Jr Barnett Gale jr Barnett John Jr Barnett Steve sr 41 46 71 03 Barnheart Sandra Barrett Jeame Jr Bartlett Dan Jr Bartlett W1ll1am so 26 30 23 28 sr 2 2 27 71 Barbara sr 102 D3Vld so 48 135 Jud1th1a so 135 Laverne Jr 126 Mary sr -47 103 Sherry Jr 126 28 68 69 126 6 Anderson Bernard sr 19 62 65 100 101 103 Anderson l1Ia1c1a so 28 Anderson Nancy s 28 Anderson Sandl Jr 26 26 41 44 135 Andes Shirley o 28 39 Anthony Jana so 28 37 Arbogast Charles Jr 28 Arbogast Larry sr 103 Armstrong James vr 103 Arnold Gene Jr 50 51 Ashley M1chael sl 22 50 103 Ashbv Ashton Ashton Atkms Atkms Vlrgmla so 35 Jamce Jr 36 37 126 L1nda so 136 Don Jr 126 Shlrlev Jr 126 Benedlct Ch1queta sr 24 28 103 Atkinson Maulyn so 135 Al.klllSO1'l Sharon so 37 135 Auls Lawrence so 135 Ault Jerry so 135 Austm Mlchael Jr 126 Ayers Charles so 135 Ayers Judy Jr 126 Ayers Nancy, sr 27 103 Babbxtt Claud1a sr 103 Babbxtt Helen so -48 135 Bates James so 135 Baxter Denms Jr 126 Baxter Jerry Sl 103 Bayman John sr 26 103 Beach Larry so 103 135 Beall Paul Jr 26 126 Beard Clarxce so 135 Beard John Jr 126 Beard Patty so 37 135 Beaty Dav1d Jr 28 30 51 125 Beaty Nancy 126 Beaty Wayne so 26 135 Beck Nancy Jr 26 41 48 Beckham Cllfford so 135 Becktell Freddie so 135 Bedlcs Betty so 35 Beebe Thomas so 135 Beesley Betty Ann Sl -47 Beesley Eva so--48 Bell Davld sr 103 Bell Lynne Jr 126 Bell Phyllxs sr 22 28 46 103 Borror Martha sr 103 Borror Richard so 35 Boswell Judx sr 22 41 43 51 64 103 123 Bowen Sharon sr 1 Bowles Jerry so Bowling Drucilla Boyer Nancy Jr Boyle Dean Jr Boyle Shirley Jr Boyle W1ll1am sr J 6 24 126 26 69 126 39 126 15 39 80 102 Bradburn Georgetta so 135 Bradburn John so 26 135 Bradburn Larry so-46 99 135 Bradburn Phil sr 19 28 2 101 102 Bradford Bruce so 135 Bradley Julius Jr 51 126 Brammer Ellzabeth sr 27 41 Brammer Nancy so Brand Larry Jr 28 126 Brand Marllyn sr 22 23 43 44 103 123 Brand Ronald so 28 135 Burton Mlchael Jr 126 Bush Lena 104 Burton Stephanle so 135 Bybee Sharon Jr 7 22 26 28 29 41 44 80 93 126 Byers Lmda Jr 126 Byrd Dor1s Jr 26 Ca1n Larry so 135 Callahan Wllllam so 135 Calvert Lmda so 26 28 29 135 Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell D k Jr 23 69 26 Larry sr 104 Lee so 135 Nancy Jr 29 126 Raymond so 135 Rxa Jr 29 46 126 Brannon J lmmle so 35 Brannon Branson Branson Branson Branson Branson Bratton RlCh1I'd so 135 Alberta sr-47 103 Peggy sr 28 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