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

 - Class of 1960

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As in the highly emotional musical compo- sition known as the rhapsody, these feelings blend together, giving continuity to the 185 days in a Central year. A rhapsody's changing rhythm also characterizes the variable pace of a high school day which spans the busy class time, the noisy lunch period, and the quiet after-school hours. Like a pretty melody, a happy high school year is a won- derful memory. Realizing this, the staff of the 1960 Magician presents a story in music-our Rhapsody in Purple. Ng is S Qi, E K X1 cf. Kms? 263 ,K '3IMNwQN,Qi Q, V.-J,-wwxx -K ev - '52 - 1., ' f ff -, ' if H X v:2f,':'1'faX' ' wwwsfsw EMXX, , ,Ix,,X1.sflgXX'x 1 JZ' W A Af A W 'fi , K X MSS X X xx V xxxbyv y rx MA I X K 2 VK 'Xlff K gsfKmg is X ff ' i if A , f K -ff zeaf w- X, 5' , X X-X weep, uw- - 5K f Q Nam 4 3 W? XX 5 G H if Us x, G Xe ee? like f : K, gaeezwr' ' Z Xr 'X Q., eegrsw wmmagy sw f yt Q X S XXXWQ K K ' TWQXNXW df? 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CHS Band Guidons-Marsha Stevenson, Jean Denny, Carol Neel, and Jeri Terrell -practice zealously in the school parking lot to assure a good performance. is 'wah .ffm sa as VVi th mixed sentiment, seniors, tightly clutching diplomas, perform the symbolic process of changing the tasselg this done, they are of- ficially CHS "grads.U The lights in Sharron Broun 's eyes were delights to see-as Jack Nancy fSure-Shotj Cruea winds up to let Dick Price "have it" right Ptacele and Sharon Ezrry could testify-when Sharron found she l7E'fll'6'L'I1 the eyes, while Stuart Gray flounders in drift during gay received the lead in "Gidget. " days ofthe big snouz This is one of those grin4and-bear-it situations. Disgusted and dripping wet is Jane Brown, who fails to see the humor in her being caught in a rain storm as do Carol Hottinger and Marcy Clark. ifiwmf 2 'fl , ig? if V 'vt Girls ll'OI'l"V abou! boys, but boys u'orry about cars-as pI'Ul'0d by the expressioizs on lhe fkzvvs ofDaL'e Sacks, Steve Crum, Bruce McCray, and Joe Chan. A lllmligli the tears of Nancy Dickens were but ci drunm Class exercise under Miss Sti1lu'agon's direction, sadnvss was an enzolimz foreign to few ofus, Nothing, absolulely nolhing, can be more K'.X'!lS1JCl'UfI-llg than run-u-n a flat fire alan inoppartune moment, as Mark Tutlle, Clif- ford Wells, and John Jeff ieould tellyuu. The lhrill and excitement of the first homecoming parade is registered on Ilzefaees of Billie Keeler, Linda Mitchell, and Carol Barnett, who led the Art Club float. as i Q, . . 593m 'Friendshipffust the perfect blendshipug or so it seems for Marilyn Robold and Bill Bartlett, who take advantage of the peaeefulness of affer-school hours for a friendly ehal. 'oy' fy f 44' 714' 44: 'ffl 'nv "Oh, my aching feet."' exclainw Sandy Zimmerman to her ex- hausted shopping companions-Paula Webster, Trinka Small, and Sharon Van Arsflol-zrlm are "too pooped" to talk. f 4 Only snzilingfaces are seen in the crowd that assembled outside the Rivoli Theatre to celebrate the 'Cats' record-breaking season, thus showing school spirit is never defeated. Kersplat-t-t went the pizza, andthe only person who didn 't laugh was Mike Bump, who doesnlt seem to appreciate the gift that Dick Hughes has so graciously "bestowed" on him. Education C8Dl1'HllS rhapsody is written on the scale of' classes a scale that sounds out both the low roaring B-note of the Trade School machines and the high ringing C of the student sculptor's chisel. To this basic scale all other school activities N. are secondary. - Me inf Dr. H. If. Fenimore, ZFIVHITQI' ofthe 1960 JUMVCCP DI-Sfl-7Iglll'Sh6'd S6'l'L'lC'L'All'UI'f1lI1 Education, in rl p1J.sf'fr1nI1'll'r11' lo his stzulcnls in nzufh classcs, fffqk F aff N..-.ul "He mmz "-lo-gournzet in ten easy lessons is the motto ofthe hoys'ffmcl1-lc1.sse.s. and no one seems lo mind as they enjoy I11t'I'l' Iifrslw' efforts-U bznuzy vfzlw. time ',,,,W.nm1uu.l f :f ,gpurvllfr A A GUIDAHQE ,Vary Grundy and Carol Foster look toward their college flzlures as they lieu the guidancz bullelin outside 101 I C - of flu 601111940 UHi"- n""'A' nH3"kwlm4n+ Q' 'nn' Bibs' irviuafpn luv 1'-v4"'+"' 7 J ffffffrffv Mel ' y ,imc- ,Diff 'o WD .Xaiflrglay , ffu Vf"1APf' Z ly. ff, ff wi? 4 gyeffzvll nw if f'?ftlf3 4' ,F , ave A Problem? onsult Counselor Wonderlng about collegeo Need a Job? Not gettlng along too well'7 Classes too hard'7 These and many other problems may be solved by Central s Super Duper Flxer Upper and Splrlt L1fter, the Guldance Department, headed by Mrs Crawley Thlrteen tralned guldance counselors th1S year stood ready to 3SS1St any student every perlod of the school day Wlth educatlonal, vocatlonal or per sonal 3dV1C8 Central s helplng hand d1v1s1on beglns ltS work wlth students 1n the nlnth grade when sophomore year programs are Worked out by students and thelr counselors The Guldance Department arranged the College Conferences 1n whlch 23 colleges partlclpated Also br and spankm new for 60 are the counselors personal lntervlews W1th junlors and senlors Future career plans, college attendance, hlgh school credlts and personal 3dV1C6 are dlscussed at the counselor student gab SCSSIOHS ei. MM 5 xr I mir, zjafb 6 F3 Z ewan c I 36 simwliiw We YQ if Q fr gf aefghlglw 2 ,ss Q at 2 ,N A Netra 3 Ziff we ya 2' X 51 s wks? Q Ae Q eil Mei? 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ErE?::Q:31z1"z,:t:1mzezzgt " ge-::. .:, fmgg if - f ar w gziif vjfwerg .V ' 1- -' rt a'42.WwW mesa .risk ' R ' W 4 W: ' Jie fw?f3f71:1m'w' 'U ' " ..,.. .L A ' , ,' " 4 Tgf d f:-:t':-f:- " -' iz '2:,.. '5 4 .. 'Y "'5 7r::f'5:'G 1 1 -"' Marilyn Terry enjoys a Centralzte .5 prerogatzze of talkzng u zth her counselor Mrs Coats aboutprograms and problems gl: 'NK 4' 'C -:Armagh 'N H0w's your equilibrium? You should know if youre a physics stmlenf like Jim .Wurdock, Bill l'VlIfSOI1 or Janie Currenl. e ake e Most School -just a lot of book learning? No, sirree! Not at Central High, anyway. Methods of study and learning range from movies, field trips and lectures to laboratory work. Distributive education classes learn by on-the- job training at various Muncie business establish- ments while botany classes wander through naturels fields, examining leaves and plants. Zoology students are given "fresh air sniffing" opportunities by their collections of bugs and examination of various types of animals. Foreign language students often have to open their ears as well as their eyes While attending a movie, as the voice in it is sometimes in the studied language. Physics and chemistry "scholars" often look like real scientists in the classroom when they pour substances from one flask to another, as another way of learning the Central way. Swimming classes learn, too-in a p1'etty damp way. Girls got their curls wet in "splash sessions" for the first time this year while learning to paddle around in the watery deep. I Tlzvst' senior civics slurlmzfs lliill Keep, Pa! -lolmsolz, Bill Fruit e und Jim Arnzslrongj are in Il "hvc1!erl" rlvlmlc. an elhods Pat Shreevc, beaufician, gives make-up tips to Nruzqv Dickens and 1VIaryBarlou' frightj, lnenzbers ofsenior flranza class. Aft-Q.. N 1' 1 new Tv 'Nw wwf? w The place to go zs Idaho Janet Wertz Seems to sav fo Fddze Miller as thev studx the L .S map ln hzsforx 2600 Hours Are Spent B Each 0 Anxone for a sazm' Vos! Centrallles enu .Shulu Suoggzns junior who 19 enrolled ZH one of Centrals neu est classes girls suzmmzng The class u as heldzn the Y W pool Hygzene and home nursing students such as Marv Alberson frzghtj znehucted bw Wm Gray are ZH the knou about kou to make thezrpatzents comfortable Anyone feel zll? ' l . vw, , A l 3,,+3.f4-JF' W 'NW' 1-1 fg I UA-Vw , K it' ' owe N f . I , 4 , TL ' H 3.3 ' ' '-Y ' - ' , M F K Q :ilu . ' 'F-1. 4 , 'P 4 ' W' :hm :L f - ' - ..,. S ':"E:,... iI. :y V x - - ' A' " Xfr.:f,i 4 . 01. f . ,, , , , , . 5 ,f as was ' 'X'-ww N' A 'gf X V ' fw,,,,M we-ffl.. 5 Z ' 5? ' le'N1,og,,,""' X ff 3 U KLA 1 y 5 'lg ,V ,K . .' .' H , +-1 1 1 ' . . , I ' I Ku? wx , 1 . . V . . Rm l . H ', Q' we - wg. A 'fr ' w ' . v 1 7 4 4 1 l , - ' . Y -A ' ' . H' K ' . A . , . V 'V A , , : 4 o . . . . , V I . , - A , f , ff- ,U , , . . , , - , A - , I English, history, civics, physical education-these are "mustlies"-courses required of all students. They are the "requireds" which any academic stu- dent may discuss in common with any vocational student. Aching muscles, wet, straggly hair and worked- up perspiration are all in a day's work for physical education and swimming students. The female species "got into the swim" this year for the first time when CHS gals had the chance to reveal their aquatic talents while completing their physical education requirement. Bearcatville residents, completing their English requirement, aimed for a space in the "Literary Anthology" which was edited by Jane Brown, jun- ior, coming on the Central scene for the first time this year. The 40-page student-written publication proved to be an outlet for creative English pupils. New methods of presenting new material in re- quired English classes were tried in two experi- mental groups in '60 with Mr. Clyde Allmon and Mr. Frank Stafford presiding. One method used was that of selecting a few mediocre and good themes and having the students discuss them. Also brand new to the English Department for ,60 were two teachers, Mrs. Mayro Porter and Mrs. Willimiene Hofherr. This year a junior U.S. History class 'Sbattled it out', with a senior civics class during a debate dis- cussing whether or not the United States will be a world power in 300 years. U.S. History and civics are included in the "mustlies" department, which was joined this year by Miss Adele Gingrich, a new instructor. Q n 6 usllie' Studies KBELOWQ Mary Aliee Reese ponders Don DeHart's explanalion of an English sentence diagram. KRIGHTQ Book reports are an English "must" and Shirley Andes chooses a library book. Geometry is a popular elective among many Central students such as Louis ChllI'l'h, sophomore. who is shozcn trying his hand at con- structing a triangle. Dr. Hoystcr looks on :chile :oolog-v class "cuts up" fa dogj. Jim .Mc- Curcly, Tom Wilson and Gary Barton :catch the dissection by Dare Vickers anrl Jim Hayden. Phillip Greer is llSll1gf'l'I'C'I1dhY12UI'SllflSI'UlI in trying lo inzprcss his jcllozi' Latin classmates with his aptness as possilnlc Latin acrlilc in a pn" election campaign. e Roast ost n ri v 5,-zenljair' Phillip True, driver education student, is pictured taking the depth perception test forjudging distance. K Mostlie' Su biects '4Well, class, today you have your choice of upon which project you would like to Work. You may skeletonize a dog or goat, take the brain from a cat, or remove the esophagus, heart and kidneys from a dogl' Beginning Zoology students hearing this coming from the instructor, probably are shocked a mite, but by the end of the course itls all in a day's work. A new course combining trigonometry and ge- ometry, called mathematical analysis, was offered this year to "figure-wrestling" students in another Umostliei' subject, mathematics. Fixed study halls the second, third, sixth, and seventh periods were additions to the program of the library this year. The first semester this year some unfortunate students had the "privilege" of bounding out of bed an extra hour earlier in order to attend their zero- period typing classes during the first semester. "See, I did Iype fiffy-fire words on the last timed writing, " says Bob Davis lo Joyce Conrad as he proudly exhibits his feat. This 306 study hall scene lypifies hou' Central students are bound togwllzw' hornzoniously in NHIIAV. ' aybe' ould Be A Course For You Vw' Howl fl tum' up? Thr' fkfllozrs fiom the Trade' School are Illll'llVYS l'lm1'lc.w ,41I1Ill',L'lIlt' UH!!-ll'l'l1X Alllfllll'f1lll41jl'IIll,Vl1l zrorh on 0 Bw: looking for n rar to ol'w'lmul. A ny donations? lflhl' sll1l'lf'f'11'lI1z'lI is l7!'lII.1j I'!'fIl1I-l'l'll of Ihv Trmlc' Svhool. ff-ff' WT Dan I taste lt' pondz rs Becky Yost u hlle hcl accomplice in their firstcoolangzffolt Phyllis Griffin looks on .ljflr 0000 Jolly old St. Nick talias John Prigg Centraljuniorj enjoys hisjob derived through Central s D.E. program. Dramatics, art, music-all are within the cate- gory of the Hmaybesf' or subjects which a student may take ii' his interests are in that direction. llrnwing. lettering. designing, house planning, Ceramics. etching - and even the creation ofjewelryl Sound like a great variety to choose from? Each of these projects of the Art Department is within the reach of 1 he pupil who selects za course in zu t. The at mosphcre oi' ai wedding drifted around the Homenniking llcpartment in llecemlier when Miss Norma Burr, home economics teacher, hecanie Mrs. Lawrence Beynier. und resigned her position. Mrs. Lois VVQ-listen returned to her teaching duties the second semester utter' ax f61'ITl'Sl62lX'l'. The unile species "got very niuch into the cooking uct" this year when boys elected to take boys' foods and others enrolled to study IN2lI'l'lilf.I6 und fznnily relu- tions. Pat Hiatt, Faro! Hiatt and Connie Coy, Central Majorettes, ale coached at tzcirling clinic by Trudi Smith, baton champ tleftj. Janet Wc'rt:, Dare Vlark, llflarsha Houk anrtl'arol Shernelia shou art is the rule rather than the exception among FHS students -1 '14 S N Q pi: 'H I 1' 0 5- 7' TANX. nf' 4 X. x'-,KX 6X1N'wxw 19 QNX'-AN X Ra W V, J, 1 Q 4 2' 'N' . S As I1 par! of'f'w1lrr1I'.w.wlzonllifff lmrlition, Field House mn- l'Ut'llff0II.N, .wzzrh as this l'YK'bI'l1!1lZV f'L'lf'h1'!Ifl-011. nn' lmgun by .Nfl-VfII,L2' flu' plmlgr' oj'11Ilv,Q'1'c111c'r' lo oz11'fl11g3'. Hifihw 0 Ng gk '7 Volunteer fue force? No jllSfSUI71E' of the 8671101 Pj bow gll Ing than zlltelprelflllml of flghflllg, fllc ll llll flu IH ffllflllf s flu! llrl nual llonzemnzlng plll H111 ln October e Ba e Farewell To Field ay, Sand Hr as Mellnda Jones and Jean Resel conlpefl agfllnsf Susan Iampke and JlIdV M01 lon IH tht alll 1 rlltlng, ll heelbcllloll lace V' lt was out wrth the old and rn wrth the new when Centrals tradrtronal Freld Day actrvrtres were replaced by the festrvrtres of a college type Homecomrng for 59 60 Whrle a few months before Centralrtes were partrcrpatrng rn egg throws wheelbarrow runs and gunny sack races rn Freld Day fun rn October floats of all types were paradrng up and down the marn streets of Muncre strrvrng to secure the frrst prrle for the best float All types of floats were entered rn the long parade among them berng a beatnrk entrv whrch boasted two to three parts The senror float We re Expectrng a Vrctory walked off wrth top honors of the afternoon cavalcade of Bearcat foot ball boosters Pretty grrls gave beauty to the festrve day when a queen and her court rergned over the events rn honor of alums Durrng the half trme program at the evenrng Homecomrng football game rrbbons were awarded to float wrnners of the parade rn the afternoon and senror Sandy Zrm merman wrth her court was presented as 1959 Homecomrng queen -... l A 'f'1f'M I' ...Wg , - , Qi re -f - Qs " VA iq Hr. 'lt . W V K4 Q K 'Q , Y -5 Lv 7 U' A .rv , 1 J .' ." I ' . 'X' 1'-' ,Q -1 ' 'Hr f ru-1-' "-,' ', + 'lrny . The fun ofthe 1959 final spring Field Days events is captured , ll ,' - - vs 5 ' K ' ' 1 ' I , K' ' ' , I . . . Y . . . 4 , - ' 1 1-1 - 1-A -' ' f - " ' ' , rr ' 5 9 . 1 . 7 . . ,W . , . , ,. K , - V 1 , , . V 5' if ' ' ' ,. ' . r 9 . . Y i n K 4 Y if ' , U ' Q, :V . ' we H 5 -Q . . , K z It 55 U , ' . . ,, 7 . . . , ,V , 1 Y ' v, , ' as as ' - I , ' , ' ' O 1 l , , , . - , . . , . f A' 'R .'v,Eik 13' - K 4, N A 1 K Y Ty m , gi Lkkgk K ,-1 Ik J gif?-+A ffff Fl' ,- -qv' 7- L,,,u gn, I p ff , M , xx 3 K W fx 'Q , ' ffl 'QA . ' 'UC' -kickin' Tn-vlrn' mul Nam'-v Perla' 01,11flI1'fll1fIll1lIIl'l1l'S to flu' S1711-UI' g1'rls'fYmir "Wv'r1' l'f.x'pc'r'li11,Q ri VlAl'fUl1X.u IIIFI-ll1'IIlllllY, lwth flwjlnrll !lIIllll'!lll1,QIJl ll1r'i1' m'1n'r'lz'rl 1'1'1'tn1'1'1',w. 0 Home-Coming A smiling Sandy Zimmerman is crnirnvrl quvvn of homecoming by Sandy IJl'llC'l'Z6'fllIlll'I', last year's I"i1'lrl Day qucvn. kdm .pf f Linda Donovan, I'l'1Il'0S6'IIll71g the senior girls. lmppily fu'- Cepls flie blue riblwn for H10 ll'lI1l1lI1g lmnze-c'on11'11g1flour E'flff1Vfl'UI71 .Wiz Gibson, A wk -I -2 .:': ::.a:-'wf:...:f"1:.g fam' -A ' i wiwiif W x Viif QL Wu 'K Nh. my -v vh,i2 wE,,g ' "fini- 5 4. W ,., ily aww Buiznie Clark, Carol Baller, Lir1u'r1 l'llI1:lI'Sl1Ul, C'l1eryl Keep, and Slzerry Harris are in flze midst of fry-outs for C'en11'al sophomore r'l1ee1'lef1fle1's. apers In onvos 4'Come on" were the words used at two CHS convos this year when the representative of the Atomic Energy Commission and Central,s cheer- leaders urged students to perform. Residents of Bearcatville were persuaded to "come on upl' when an AEC representative asked students to help him with an experiment on the stage in the auditorium. Atoms and their practical uses were illustrated at the convo sponsored by the AEC, and the use of atoms for electricity and other types of energy was shown by a model generator. The effect of atomic energy proved quite "hair raising" for a couple of gals who aided the AEC representative with another illustration of atomic energy. - Girls striving for positions as sophomore Bearcat cheerleaders had a special convo held for their benefit to determine which two girls would be oest tor the big job of yell leading. Muncie Central's Concert Band gave a patriotic convo in February in honor of George Washington's birthday. Included in the program was a drum number done by bandsmen in the powdered wigs and breeches of Washington's time. was ex we Volunteer IQ Jerry Daniel has his lzands full ll'l-HZ a suitcase with cz mind of its ozrn at the General Motors-sponsored convo. Gvvroseopic inertia is the cause of Jerlyls dilemma. Dt tix! H',?g3 af, 26 fl? 555 Juniors ond seniors interestefl in the ll'Ul'h'I-IIQS of the state go1'ei'i1- ment conzpele against one wi- other in !flSl'LlNNlOI1fOI'1N'I-l'lll'g6' of attending Purdue Legislature. Polltlcs Popular Wilh 'Purple eople' Electionsfor class officers ore held in the spring at C'.H.S., and last-minute campaigning is eiillent in the posters oroinzrl the voting booth. ,Willy A 7171 ftczrls, Judy Tlzoriiburg, Sfl1fll'lfil'!1VV, and Dare Sacks are in the process of casting ballots for their ft1z'orite ccinrlirlates. Purple politics and hospitality prevailed at Bearcatville when CHS'ers presented their opinions on various topics at the Indiana Student Legislative Assembly debate and entertained moms and dads at the Open Houses in their honor. Finalist debaters were classified in the senator, representative or alternate brackets after a debate held in the auditorium a few weeks before the stu- dent legislative assembly at Purdue University was held. Senator Alan Howard, junior, and Represent- atives Sharon Ann Bybee and Phil Greer each came home with honors for outstanding achievements. Politics also prevailed when Centralites voted for their choice guys or gals in class elections. Campaigns were held for each election and candi- dates strived to influence the voters in their direction with clever posters hung above the front doors. 'fSingin' sophsf, "jivin' juniors" and seven girls for Hsome seniors" entertained at their respective Open Houses for parents. Refreshments were served afterward, and parents met their children's teachers before the program which each respective class held for them. Seniors gave their "Class of 1960" affair in the fall, and during the holiday sea- son, juniors entertained with HSnowbound.u The class of '62 honored their parents in the spring this year. e Performed For Proud Parents "Ul1,tl1o.w florn luiIfv1'fliv.s." siglzs .llcira-Vv C'lui'k mul Willettu Wuilcf. The pair are suffering fronz nozzle stage friglzt before their -Junior Open HOUSE1Jl'lfUl'I7ll1IZC'l'. K The Nlfzrqzzees fJffll'C,V Clark. Wil- letm Vlluzle. Slzirley Andes, Putty Dugan, and Carol Hottingely give their Version of "Winter W'onfler- land" at Junior Open House. All together nou'-one, two, three- seven little senior girls sitting in the back seat of .Hike Bun1p's .Wozlel-T Ford lzuggin' and kissin' with Fred at Senior Open House. A U ".llIiI'l'UI'. 7IIII'l'UI'IN1 the 111111. zrlm tri!! lmrc the hes! lznze oftlzem ull!" qucsfiozis S9111-UI' Ann Bjbec as sl1v,uu:v.s info lin' looking I ,glass um! lfl'l'!ll7IS of hw' Irzzzrf' f'l1UI'HlI'IIjf mul Iliff l'I'l'lIIlI,L' Ihcy H'1ll sflllll' ul flu' Senior Hull. e 'Trip e ight Take many periods of class study, add clubs and extra-curricular activities. and top oft' with the best part ol' all-lun, with parties and dances-and there you have the recipe for a school year at FHS. Matty' parties and special programs were held by clubs and classes during the holiday season and throughout the year. Spanish and French classes had the benefits of oral practice when they gave Fhristmas skits in their language, while a Latin class witnessed some "beatniks" at their holiday at'l'air. lt was a race for candy when Spanish stu- dents broke the pinata, a container full of candy at their Yuletide party. Record hops, proms, balls-we danced hour after hour at club and class-sponsored dances throughout the year. We attended all types of festivities from informal record hops, with skirts, sweaters. shirts, and jeans, to dreamy, sto1'ybook proms with filmy gowns or starched, white shirts and impressive dark suits. A special hop was even highlighted by a prince and princess of comedy and tragedy. when Central's Thespians gave a sport dance with "royal" election ofthe "reigners ol' the record romp." Jim Clevenger. junior, and Pat Hiatt. senior. Traditionally highlighting the spring season lor '60 were the Junior-Senior Prom and the Senior Ball, held in the Ball State Student Center, to round out our year of social events. antastic fRightj Spanish xtudcnts 4MHl'C611ll Hayes, Chelivt K cnt. Kathy fVIlll'17Il.V and Carol Hafltcfy clranzrztisc' a Fhrist- mas skit. KOpposite Pagej The fellows get ll laugh out of Larry S1II'tII,!fl'I'.S fllllf-10,111 BfII7ll'f'S antics at the s1'111'o1'all-svlmol snvk hop. 9 The beatnile craze interested Centra! thzs um and Doug Church, with bereft, bongo dILlf7Z9 and a beat ex pression, protrays a beatnik at a Latln class pal tx C.H.S. students waitpatiently in what sometimes seems an endless line to purchase activity tickets, which pay entrance fees for most school activities at wholesale price. IA bouej Marsha Bader, Barbara Brittain, and Bill Famzon observe the semi-annual custom offilling out enrollment cards, which came in colors this year. KBelou9 Carol Blocker. Phyllis Oxley, ,Wa1yAnn Clark, and Carolyn Taubert are in front hall with the rest of Cen- tral's 2,400 population for the traditional signing ofyearhooks at the end ofschool. -LW5 -sn.. rad :hon arched Tradition-an element which is unending at Muncie Central-was altered very little in the ,59- '60 school year. The annual happenings which have been occurring for many years, filled our days throughout the year with many memories. Something which happens twice per year, and is a not too pleasant task, is enrollment. Although this is a yearly must, that stack of cards seemed to be even more endless this year, especially for Trade Schoolers, who filled out two extra blanks. Another "has-to-be-donew was our paying of book fees, when we stood in line for what seemed like many hou1's. Depending on the person, those indispensable lockers were cleaned out at various times during the school year. Actually. when we finished them, some- times they didn't look much better than before-but at least we tried! Toward the middle of the year came one of the most fun-filled events of the term-the tourneys. Decorating our cars and buses, yelling our hearts out, and making sure not to lose any belongings in the crowds were all a part of a memorable '60 tourney. Then winding up the year, one day a massive crowd formed in the front hall, auditorium, and on the front stairway to sign yearbooks. This day, with all its laughter, broken pencils and dry pens, we'll certainly never forget. A rarely ol7serl'ea' CHS, custom is that of locker clean-up. Here Plzyllis Hanzmonrl, l'arol Hotlinger, A llcn Floolc, and Roland l'orneyfi11il amusing collector items among their lot. n Through ourneys nd rivialilies M5-:.4, 4. lag' S it.,..,.,,....,.. .. we MM, , W! - - V... ,W 1 Cv, A gd, 4 A happy happening in the Hoosier state ix basketball tourney time, espeeiallyfor the 'Fats of llfliinvie Central. Here GirLs' Cheering Block members rleele buses for gala event. Danny Swift receives hints about clever clothes displays from Ball Stores Varsity Shop clerk Frefl Clock in the annual Student Store Day, when Centralites invade Muncie businesses. The Senior Ensenilwle .wang its way into the hearts of their audience zrith -'SfUl'IIIAX Wl'llfl11'I'A'llf thepresentation of'Ml,'Slf,'AL IVIOOIJS of nineteen hundred and NIV,X'fV-Si1l'0I'UfTll1 Holiday. Q The tableau of Karen Estes and Mary Niborger characterizes the "scene at Cen- tral" before test days, zvlzivh could be al- most lIlI.Vl1!IAVIIf F.H.S. School's outf It might befall or spring: it might he the first or the lost timeg it might be welcomed or zuzzrelcomed. But, nerertlzeless, itls routine. earcats Get Centralites, such as Beverly Morris, sopho- more, take time out from their busy sched- ules for the 'pause that refreshesw-getting iz drink of water. Squeezed in Iwtzveen studies and daily essentials are a fell' previous momen ts of leisure lime, and lalented senior Margaret Lou' puls hers to good use by drawing. ift From eisure School at Central is not all just book learning. It's also discovering how to get along with others, and how to make the most of our leisure time. The friends we had, both guys and gals, all were as much a part of our high school routine as the English We read, the math problem we figured or the frog we dissected. Our friends were about the best of all, and Without them the life of a Centralite would have been mighty monotonous. Our "buddies" studied with us for that dreaded exam, and, when there was a "love lifel' problem in our minds, our friends were the ones we turned to for advice. Ring!! It was lunch hour day after day, and it was all a part of our daily routine and leisure at CHS. After stuffing ourselves in the cafeteria or downtown and finding ourselves relaxing under the strain of studies, a few minutes of jabber with others in the auditorium broke the class routine. Some of us utilized our lunch time studying while others found it a convenient time to discuss their g'gripes" with that special one in our lives. KRIGHTj Marsha Gill and Dave Rmker un knozring, are observed in the different phases of a teen-age romance: the argument the break-up, and, of course, the make up AN fs- 3 MQ Ann'- pxngmy .Sw 3' . .J ,....... H ..., - -, ,n u ,,:.L,V:,:, E , ,... ..,.. jE55?I:353E- '75f:5f:f55:fv'.'::fI5'sL.:.f-..5f-:-'-. . , ' ,K W V 5 Q, f v1 1 Q. N A A A ww ' V: ,Ax QS ' x Q 04 ,., f x 1 . " Ya., nf ,E -A , . , 4 . k 1 . ,. ' a A , , - ix 5 Y 4 " Q . 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Ever think of CHS as a school which has song- hirds in its midst? Well. it does every year- right down on the first floor in Room 146 where the Central Concert Choir warhled away throughout the year. Utlicers ot' the singin' Centralites organization were Janette Epperson, president: Dennis Miles and Nancy Cruea. vice presidentsg Jackie Drown and Dixie Luellen. secretariesg Linda Donovan and Sharon Adams. treasurers. Directors were Mr. Ern- est Boyer and Mr. Glenn Stepleton. Highlight ing the year for Concert Choir was the traditional presentation ol' Handel's "Messiah" during the holiday season. Also for Christmas the group appeared in the annual flommunity Sing at the Field House. Later in the year the choir played a large part in "Musical Moods" on May The organization also performed at meetings ot' the Kiwanis Fluh, lflx- change Club. Optimist Club and Lions Flulm. To give entertainment and pleasure to the com- munity ot' Muncie was a major purpose of the organization. .lIIll7l'I-l' l'enfw1l's Holiezl Clhllfl'1JIlI'fIit'l-17!lfl'.N along ll'I'fl1 llie Band will lvllfl-l'f'X rlIl'UII17S in file p1'o,Q1'f1l71 ll'lIlL'lI NTIS ,Qiren at flu' Fielzl House in 1wrn'1r1lu'rim'e llf-f:l'UI'1Qt' H'nsli1'1z,elor1's hirrli, nd Public In nnual 'Sing' nd ' nods' fR0w lj Karen Michael. Diane Hurt. tlamalia Hawkins. Barbara -let'ferson. Mary -lo Gregory. Carol Greer. Bailiara llosinski. QROW 21 Martha -I. Miller. Hilly Smith. Sandy Zinnnerman. David Kramer. Rose Faucett. Bonnie Sargent. Sandra Bond. Larry Springer. fRow 31-lan Fonway. Jimmy Adams. Gerald Wills. Willie Dollison. Mary Hayes. Harold Washington. Tonnny K'arpenter. Dehra Noll, 1Row 41 James Gordon. Gilhert Denney. Kenny Schuck. -lanice Hellis. Steve Badders. Conley Kissick. Jim Ro- mack, David C'lark. QROW 5, Phillip Monroe. Victor Lewis. Larry Porter. Ralph Kersey. Willis Tate. -lohn Reber. Mike Hensley. .larrell Pond. Dennis Miles. 1 t l GIRLS' GLEE CLUB I: fRow 11 White Fawn Tousey, Linda Cay- lor, Janet Bailey, Susie Miller, Ann Poole, Brenda Jones, Carol Wells, Melina Mallery, Janet Blade, Dorothy Bruce. fRow 21 Eva- well Guinn, Rita Williams, Carolee Perry, Joyce Hudson, Shirlene Clark, Marcia Wright, Reba Dobbs, Evelyn Greene, Marianne Cook, Pamela Davis. fRow 31 Janice Biehl, Judy Stewart, Gertie Reno, Bonita Hudson, Patsy Terry, Marsha Taylor, Betty Erby, Traceyna Woodgett, Rayetta Anderson. Myrna Holmes, Carol Directors Glenn Stepleton and Ernest Boyer compare notes about music used in their Girls' Glee Club and Choir classes. Baling, Lois Smith. fRow 41 Linda Briner, Ann Kent, Roberta Lin- ville, Nancy Brown, Carolyn Daugherty, Dorothy Gentry, Mary Reese, Barbara Hogan, Joann Routh, Judy Carnes, Nancy Merritt, Linda Conway, Bonnie Hole. lRow 51 Georgetta Bradburn, Judy Cunningham, Margaret Buggs, Dianne Bradburn, Sally Addison, Sarah Huffman, Bonnie Clark, Nancy Arbogast, Ann Haughn, Sylvia Southard, Priscilla Rowe, Alsenior Reynolds, Nancy An- derson, Penny Carter. Girls' lee Club r "Br-r-r, it's cold out here!" were probably the words of CHS's dancing majorettes who pranced and twirled in short outfits on the football field dur- ing the half-time programs this fall, while lucky foot- ball spectators were bundled up warm and comfy in the stands. Development of leadership, poise and grace were among advantages which the twirlers enjoyed. Displaying these opportunities at the National Championship Contest this year in St. Paul, Minn- esota, was Central's head majorette, Carolyn Sue Stine. A majorette clinic was held at Central Nov. 7, with twirlers and drum majors from several Indiana schools attending. Mrs. Judy Smith, president of the National Twirling Association, attended the gathering to assist the majors and majorettes. Two other CHS groups which are closely as- sociated with music participated in Musical Moods and performed for various Muncie organizations throughout '59-'60. These were the CHS dance band, The Sophistocats, and the Glee Club. GIRLS GLEE CLUB II: QROw lj Shirley Hawkins, Judie Rus- sell. Patricia Ann Johnson, Myrtie Johnson, Jane Pankey, Shirley Tuttle, Marcia Ellen. Carolyn Sue Rogers, Eva Lou McCury Mary Eyer, Patti Longfellow. fRow 21 Camille Jones, Judi Fish Deanna Dickerson, Kay DeCanip, Marilyn 'l'erry, Gloria Turner Pansy Marshall, Beverly Van Duyn, Lucretia Fox, Sally Schenck Marsha Brown, Jayne Cunnington. QROW 31 Angela Larrahee Marina Heneh. Joann Harmon, Ruth Hawkins. Sharon Evans Carol Hottinger, Patricia Dugan. Loretta Flowers. Kara Cecil Maiorelles rovided A Patricia Cliaxnherlain, Sue Carol Cuffs, Carolyn McCormick, Mildred Shepperd. fRow 4j Elaine Buchanan, Carolane White, Anne Thurman, Gearldine Taylor, Deloris Branson, Augustine Allen. Kathaleen Beesley, Eva Beesling, Patty Beard, Cathy Hus- ton. Mary Allen, Nikki Morris, Shirley Jones, Judithia Barton. QROW 51 Trudy Meyer, Colleen Hayden, Frances Bilhrey, Bonnie Linville, Mary Alberson, Mary Lovetts. Audrey Allen. Sylvia Mitchell. Connie Mincer, Julie Davidson, Sheila lrelan, liula Buck, Juanita Perry, Fayrene Troxell, Dorothy VVarren, Musical ear 35 l f-'3' MAJORETTES: CROW lj Carolyn Stine. head niajoretteg Lana Lowery. assistant. 1 QROW 2j Carolyn Cianor. Nancy Foltz Connie Coy. Boh Carnes, drum niajoi Carolyn Hiatt. Pat Hiatt. Carolyn Cooper 'ff-QQ BAND: fR0w lj P. Hiatt. F. Cranor. N. Foltz. C. Foy. C. Hiatt. t'. Cooper. G. Miles. I.. I.owery. C. Stine. lR0w 2D C. Neel. -I St 11llI2iIiN1j'6l'. C. Fog1le.D. Parks. I.. Stanley. -I. Shaclle. ID. Durham. I.. Gregory. L. Cole. J. York. 5. Finclley. B. Hummer. B. Varnes. P. Trout. B. Kyle. P. Freeman. N. Satterlield, I.. Sherwood. S. Vurtl. I.. Hell. II. lVIcNary. G. Arnold. S. Vorluin, M. Vook. QROW ID T. Krug. -I. McCray. -I. Morningstar. I.. Hall. II. Wertz. K. Stewart. G. Waid. -I. Terrell. Ii. Stout. P. Petro. T. Fairfield. IJ. Huey. -I. Denney. M. Urolt. IJ. Iillison. 'I'. Kissell. IJ, Doolittle. G. Gray. G. Foy. K. Yoder. T. Lacey. I.. Stephenson. K, Murphy. B. Conner. P. Ritter. I.. Dick. D. Geeting. P. Lake. W. Jackson. QROW 'lj Mr. Parlette. -I. Roberts. G, Johnson. M. Jones. L. Dennis. I.. Lewellen. B. Williams. Ii. fury. II. Houk. K. Hurst. Ii. I.c-xvis. I.. Shell. I.. Jann. IJ. Jones. I.. Turney. R. Acton. -I. Hamer. -I. Walling. Their Music Had Charms 0 Soothe nd ORCHESTRA: 1Row 11 Rebekah Barnes. .Io Elaine Swartout. Gary Havens. Larry Strawser. Victor Osborn. Janet Jeffries. Gloria Hayes. fRow 21 Lucy Goebel. Jett Havens, tRow 31 Marsha Houk. Michael Beary. Janet Wertz. Larry W. Dennis. Jane York. l.arlonna Cole. Marilyn Jones. Gloria Johnson. Timothy Lacey. Linda Huckinaster. liicliard Clark. Russell Steed. Linda Miller. Mary Nihargcr. Uurtis Hutchison. CROW 4j I.inda Shirk. Macy Barnard. 1R0w 51 Marilyn -I. Cook. Lowell Yoder. Gene Arnold. Jerry McNary. Sharon Corbin. Hon Stout. Dave Myers. Kent Mitchell. James l'ray'm-ns. Kenton Miller. Vynthia Doolittle, J. Covington, J, Stracler. D. Tuttle, D. Meyers. K. Mitchell. J Hulse, li. Heline, T. Smith. Mr. Dwiggins. fR0w 52 D. Gettinger, S, lrlversinzin, W. Danner, M. Flowers. N. VanWinkle. L, Yoder, I.. Grit-swell, IJ. Wasson. L. Church. J. Hall. G. Weesner. l.. Janz, L. Ellis. J. Johnson. V. Coffinan. B. LeMaster. l.. Melvin. M Stevenson, J. Croxwroft. B. Nottingham. Stir The Centralite E 4 L- .. 'C ' . XR 1? f e 4 Drum major Bob Carnes, followed by color guard, major- ellvs, and fl0I1f1'Cl!'S Illllffhllllg band, had the place ofhonor in Cent1'al'sfi1'st lzonlecorningpamde fupfronlj. A patriotic program, which commemorated George Washington's birthday anniversary, starred the 125-piece Bearcat Band Feb. 22, at the Field House. The musical group also appeared at Musical Moods May 5, and entered the State Band Contest at Indianapolis. Central musicians, who provide musical enter- tainment for students and the general public, were headed this year by Larry Stanley, band captain, David Geeting, first lieutenant, Carolyn Hiatt, sec- ond lieutenantg Billie Hummer, attendance secre- tary, Betty Conner, recording secretary, Louis Grieswell, social chairman, Carolyn Stine, major- ette captain, Lana Lowery, majorette first lieuten- ant, and Georgiana Mills, majorette second lieu- tenant. Mr. Don L. Parlette was director, Mr. Robert Dwiggins served as assistant, and Mona Hutchinson learned to swing that little baton as student director. DANCE BAND: QRow lj Dennis Wasson, Larry Dennis, Bob Carnes, Larry Stephenson, Louis Grieswell. QRow 23 Dennis Durham, Nick Van Winkle, Gary Coy, Gerry Collard. Ron Stout, Kent Mitchell, David Myers, Duane Tuttle, Mr. Don Par- lette, Jim Johnson. W, 1 .- A Central Boosts Four Clubs Which Boas HONOR SOCIETY: QROW 11 Miss Eleanor Bly, Joe Chan, Stuart Gray, Trinka Small. Jodie Miller, Joyce Shaw, Connie Seagrave. fRow 21 Barbara Bookout, Gloria Johnson, Mary Jane Current, Ann Bybee, Linda Miller, Barbara Franks, Sharon Yan Arsdol, Delynn Durham. QROW 31 Margaret Love, Billie Hummer, Ladon- na Cole, Lana Lowery, Sherry Johnson, Carole Stanelle, Pauline "Gidget,,' a play presented Feb. 11 in the Cen- tral auditorium, was produced by Central,s Thes- pian Troop 1537 and highlighted the year for the CHS national honorary organization. Jim Hatcher, a senior, served as Thespian pres- ident for ,59-'60, with other officers being Diane Griffin, vice president, Margaret Love, secretary, Pat Younce, treasurer, Dixie Luellen, historian, and Sara Dawson, clerk. Miss Drucilla Stillwagon was sponsor. Honor Society, another CHS honorary, held an QUILL 8: SCROLL: fRoW 11 Mr. Henderson, Paula Webster, Barbara Bookout, Ann Bybee, Jule De-lager, John Weesner, Mar- cia Anderson, Cathy Burt. fRow 21 Zenobia Roundtree, Barbara L Wirt. .-Xnn Neff. Janet Yount. Susie Miller. fRow 41 Susan Moore, Bob Carnes, Rebekah Barnes, Cynthia Doolittle. Sandra Blair, Mary Ann Clark, Gary Baney, Jule De-lager, Paula Webster. QROW 51 Gary Havens. Jeff Havens. Kent Mitchell, Phil Townsend, Stephen Crum. Larry Snodgrass. Arthur Schreiber, Robert Su- lanke. Phillip Greer. open house for members, pledges and their parents, Dec. 8. Officers were Joe Chan, president, Stuart Gray, vice president, Trinka Small, secretary, and Jodie Miller, treasurer. Miss Eleanor Bly served as sponsor. 4 Leading the list of activities for Central's Wes- ley C. Pierce chapter of Quill and Scroll, journalism honorary, was the Magician-Munsonian baseball picnic. Officers were Ann Bybee, president, Rhiman Rotz, vice president, and Marilyn White, secretary- treasurer. Williams, Marilyn White, -lim Hatcher, Phoebe Thomas, Phyllis Donhauser, Dixie Luellen. CROW 31 Jane Brown, Larry Dotson, Ma1'ilyn Craig, Alan Howard, Ellen Preston,Rhiman Hotz, Jim Burridge. ' sisl - earcat Brains nd Brawn I X 'jffzi is ff , I I i I , ,x I Q' -- V 4.4--- L" 6 AQ an l 1 'T V 5 ' ' Q we-Q K X r 'affai- M CLUB: fRow 11 Jim -Iohnson, Ronnie Williams, Ron Bonham, Jan Conway, Jerry Delk, Gary Cooper. QRow 21 Roy Patterson, Jerry Thresher, George Schad, Dick Hughes, Cornelius Dollison, Bill Digman. fRow 31 Jim Davis, Bill Keep, Rex Goen, Dick Conaway, Rusty Ross, Dean Boyle. fRow 41 Bill McCormick, Hubert Murphy, Don Green, Jack Quirk, Mike Schranz. QRow 51 Marvin Scates, Bill Allen, David Thompson, Richie Williams, Ted Roetken, Sherry Johnson, Mary Ann Clark, Pauline Wirt, and "Liz" Fellerhofffind it hard to snuff one little candle at the Honor Society initiation, THESPIANS: QRow 11 Miss Drucilla Stillwagon, Margaret Love, Diana Grif- fin, Pat Younce, Sara Dawson, Jim Hatcher. QRow 21 Dixie Luellen, Sharron Brown, Lynn Watkins, Nancy Dickens, Carole Stanelle. lRow 31 Diane Collins, Judy Hensley, Barbara Bookout, Lana Lowery, Sandy Zimmerman, Gordon Weesner. QRow 41 Paula Webster, Alan Hubbard, Joe Chan, Dick Hughes, Jule DeJager, Sally Maitland. 4 1 ,nf BlNlKGUll,D:fRow1jMrs.Manol'oricr.'l'rinkziSmall.Pzuila Wulisu-r, l'liillip1lrn-i-1.SliaronYanArsclol, Polly Pippi-n.fRow 2,Zt'Il0llliiliHLlI1KlIl'CL'.Biil'l12il'LiF1'2lDl'iS. Mary -lane Current. -Joyce Shan. -lorlie Miller. Shirley Andes. Book G 'Id H Id Ish-li.' wvhllf II NIl'S.N,, Hwliiml tliv zrliippwl K'1'l'flI7l is 11 lizzmhlvrl IAIIIIIHI1 Holi PIAIIIIIII, irlio is Irving 11111 lli1'oz1,gl1 his purvs in Bowls Guild I-III-flllflllll by livlpjul lf! senior Joe Clzmi llcfff. WN"-Q 10' . M ,I ff 1. .. 92 , ,ff . ' . ,i j 5.1, A 4 ix 19, Qliow 31-Joe l'han, -lane Brown, Susie Miller. Jim Hatcher. Barbara Bookout. CROW 41 Dick Huges, Phil Townsend. Brian Parvis, Michael Yocum. Ted Roetken, Jeannine Wagoner. emorable Initiation Some students read books only when forced to. But not Book Guild members. One oftheir beliefs is that one should read books other than those which are required. Guiding the "book worms" for '59-'60 were their president, Stuart Gray, secretary, Paula Webster, treasurer, Phil Greer, librarian, Trinka Small, and sponsor, Mrs. Mayro Porter. At each meeting two members reported on books which they had read in previous weeks. Types of books ranged from classics to modern war novels and science fiction. Even "war" entered the scene when senior members Kelly Nay and Joyce Shaw gave book reviews on that subject. The club, which had 25 members, also donated a Thanksgiving basket to a needy family. The pro- ject committee was in charge of the food collected. The chief meeting of the year was spotlighted by "poor, unfortunatei' pledges at an initiation which pledges will not forget for "many moonsf, roblems Discusse B oulh orum Discussions, discussions, and more discussions. They were tops on the programs for Youth Forum meetings for '59-'60 at which everything from fra- ternities and sororities to early marriages were among topics reviewed. This year,s heads of the "opinion-expressing" organization were Jim Hatcher, president, Joe Chan, vice presidentg Connie Seagrave, secretary, Lucy Spahr, treasurer, and Mr. Homer Rice, faculty sponsor. Juvenile deliquency, the television scandal, and the grading systems of our nation's schools were other topics considered in the Hheated discus- sionsw held at the homes of members twice each month. Two members customarily led debates on subjects of current problems of government on local, state, national and international levels. The club, which consisted of two-thirds seniors and one-third juniors, filled a Thanksgiving basket for a needy family as well as strived to fulfill its main purposes, which are to increase knowledge concerning matters of current interest and im- portance and to enable members to see both sides. YOUTH FORUM: IRQW 11 Mr. Homer Rice. -lim Hatcher, Lucy Spahr, Connie Seagrave. Joe Chan. tRow 21 Shirley Andes, Sandy Zimmerman, Mary Jane Current, Sharon VanArsdol, Karon McCoy. oo fi '. su Y , N Wal , I. K f'onnit' Sl'!l,Ql'lIl'f' and ,lim l'lvz'w1g'r'r slum' irllercnsl in -lim Hflft'l1l'I'lN Yulzfll l"Ul'lIIII flllllll "SUI'fll'ffIl'S llllff l"1'flI4'l'l11'l1'c'S,4' unc' of 1111111-v ifvnzs rli.wf'11.w.w4l by llnf rluli fins AYl'lII'. QROW 3, -Juanita Viniley. l5z11'lmara Zimmerman. Ann Neff. Polly Pippen, Ruth Mel'allister, Marilyn -lo Craig. fRow 4j -lini Clevenger. Phillip Greer, Alan Howard. Ron Schepp. Rusty Ross. LIBRARY CLUB: KROW 11 Mrs. Adlai Dalby. Betty Jones, Susan Moore. Joyce Ann Holcomb. Nancy Haskett, Sonja VVed- more. Jayne Cunnington. CROW 2J Marsha Houk. Brenda Jones, Judy Hensley. Mary Lou Krigg, Donna Rorlenberger. Nancy Anderson, Barbara Coin. Sherrie Curtis. Q C C lbrarlans llve In The Bearcats were "booked to u'in', by the Libflllll' Club. since member Norma Wrighf placed poster on Library bulletin board. X I , 1Row 31 Larry Mcfarley. Patricia Pepper. Barbara Lyons, Joyce Mitchell. Marlena -loris. Judy Reagon. Ann Dorsey, Reba Dobbs. fRow 41 Linda Gregory. Kay Hurst. Linda Wheeler. Brenda Wlwvler. Julia Miller. Barbara l'rn-1-. Linda Briner. Carole SI2lllUll0. Norma Wright. Brenda Miller. ' orld Books' Mr. Norman Durham, member of the School Board, was a special guest at a meeting of the Library Club Jan. 21. Mr. Durham. who has trav- eled extensively throughout the United States, pre- sented his slides of' the West and Southwest United States to Library Club members, who were headed by Nancy Haskett, president, this year. Other officers were Joyce Holcomb, secretary, Susan Moore, treasurer, and Sonja Wedmore, his- torian. Sponsors for the organization for '59-'60 were Mrs. Adali Dalby and Mrs. Betty Jones. A membership drive was the first project of the club of 'Abookwormsf' New members were required to go through a pledging period, which was climaxed by an initiation service in November. During their time of l'suH'ering," prospective members were re- quired to carry stuffed animals to school and to their classes. Mr. Leon Jones, head of the Muncie Public Li- brary, spoke at one of the organization's first meet- ings, on October 15. BIBLE CLUB fR0w lj M155 Milllyn Wqlrl Q in Hdvenq Waltz Iuquelrne Blehl Carolxn Shemelrn fRow 'SJ Don X ru hn W indr Ku Roberts Pfusv Tarn Jeff Havens fRow 21 Irm lo1nnRouth Dranne Der-. 'Vlnthr Fids MdlShiHl1l1h lrexr Allmn Nanu B mn Shun lohnson Sherrw Stewart liner Slllflfl ldfllfts IIN lble Club Members eard Stale Senator To uphold hlgh relrgrous standards conduct Brble studv and studv current events and prob lems of the school were crted as the mam goals of the Brble Club whrch was headed by senror Grrv Havens thrs vear Other offrcers were Vrce Presrdent Davrd Clark and Secretarv Treasurer Jeffrey Havens Mrss Helen Swartz served as sponsor durrng the frrst semester and Mrss Marrlxn Waltz durrng the second On the program for one meetrng thrs wear was Senator K I Brown who drscussed good govern ment A brographrcal frlm entrtled The Lrfe of Albert Schwertzer was seen bx members at another group meetrng Among pr ojects for the 25 member club were the makrng of posters and the constructron of a Chrrstmas booklet Members also vrewed several frlms throughout the Vear rncludrng Propaganda Technrque and Publrc Oprnron rn Our Demo cracv whrch augmented the club s studv project of Chrrstran Responsrbrlrty rn the Communrty 'Ihr 'llmzon dzsfrzcl leader of the Youth for Chzrsf 'Vlozcmenf dls cusses Ihr dlrzc u lfh Fair Hfzzens Bzhlf Cluh pleszdurt -455,34 - 4 s Y ., . . ' ' . , 1 ' v, : 2" . 12" ' ,, 1 ..'. ,f I . , . . '. g V " ' A -4 -1 1 - A 4 1 1 .1 1 - 'V- z a rj fs' 2 ' - -1 . .... r 4. .t . lv v v X' .-v . Y .. f V' V . - 1 I ' 1 v I - ' 1. " 1' A 1 ' ' A " p 4wKl,.- 3 -All wr I 11 - 11, A 1 - Iv- J A . . , I 4- f s - - 7 K v u ' ' K ' c rl W' ' Q Q I 7 1 I u 4 . A 9 . ' C f ' . . . . , . - 1 K 7 -f ' - ' ' v 1 U - ' ' . . P . . V , - . - ,km kv, , . . . . H . . s. l . rum r Am- ' 7, Y - H K- Y I -K f J 'w,,h.a - I - ,E-W ff,g3v'HlN gtg iff ,j',f8f'5 - A xr w . n 1 7 r "MA"-s,. K , - M-.. 1 . ' . . H V 7 . . ,, N . . . . ' n ' a , ' V A A ..7 1- rf H D. . . . . . . ,, F.H. ., rt Club Members Master Skills F.H.A.: QROW 11 Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Gray, N. Ford. J. Anthony, E. Buchanan, B. Morris. M. Alberson, D. Walker, L. Fields. C. VVhit- lock, N. Morris. QROW 21 A. Davison, M. Williams, B. Van Duyn, L. Brown, D. Rodenberger, P. Saslins. P. Davis, A. Thurman, K. Adams. J. Johnson, R. Poling, S. Belt, C. McCormick. QRow 31 K. Whitlock, C. Mong. S. Hawkins, D. Keplinger, R. Greiwe, B. Duncan, P. Priest, C. Stout, S. Sears. S. Gates, W. Roberts, C. Neel. M. Sawyer, J. Delph, C. Keeler. fRow 41 L. Lewellen, M. Bader, C. Boling, J. Melvin, C. Crownover, C. Shannon, S. McGunegill, L. Gregory, D. Burt, B. Mace, K. Estes, S. Harris, J. Rutledge. QROW 51 M. McClellan, J. Biehl, P. Garrard, S. Cook, E. Pfaff, E. Buck, L. Rule. P. Shoecraft, T. Masiongale, Taylor, N. Souther- land, C. Upchurch, J. Morgan, J. White. F.H.A.: CROW 11 Mrs. Webster, Linda Mitchell, Beth Fullhart, Gladys Garrett, Juanita Perry, Aladean Cross, Lois King, Janet Welch. fRow 21 Linda Osborn, Sue Fender, Sharon Slye, Rebecca Schwer, Donna Deane, Karon Young, Debbie Clark, Glenna Fender. QROW 31 Marilyn Baney, Virginia Harper, Jackie Dein, Diana Ullman, Jeanne Van Dyke, Sara Stafford, Sharon Atkinson, Carol Snodgress, Jacqueline Biehl, Wanda Alberson. fRow 41 Mamie Barker, Barbara Kirkwood, Janet Koger, Shirley Scroggins, Sandra Finch, Kay Phillips, Janet Tahtinen, Mary Rodenberger, Katy Moore, Sue Eversman. ART CLUB: fRow 11 Mr. Paul Carmichael, Jodie Miller, Jean Ann Reser, Joyce Shaw, Nancy Pence. lRow 25 Mr. William Basinger, Susie Miller, Nancy Arbogast, Jo Ellen La Fon, "To emphasize the importance of home eco- nomics, to encourage democracy in home and com- munity life, and to promote international goodwilln are the goals and purposes of Future Homemakers of America, which had four active chapters here at Central this year. 1960 officers for Chapter I were president, Billie Jean Dusingg vice president, Lois King, treasurer, Linda Mitchell, and secretary, Wanda Alberson. Sponsor was Mrs. Ann Clark. Mrs. Beamer,s Chap- ter II FHA was headed this year by Gladys Garrett and her officers: Beth Fullhart, vice president, Juanita Perry, secretary, and Glenna Fender, treas- urer. Senior Elaine Buchanan was presiding officer of Chapter III with vice president, Jana Anthony, secretary, Gloria Bader, and treasurer, Nancy Ford. Miss Polly Reynolds served as faculty sponsor. A "walking float" Homecoming parade entry, tourney posters and murals, and the Christmas Window-these Were ,60 projects of the Art Club, Whose purpose is to further art interest at Central. Guiding the Art Club for ,60 were president, Joyce Shaw, vice president, Jodie Miller, secretary, Pat Marvin, treasurer, Jean Reserg and faculty spon- sors lVIr. William Basinger and Mr. Paul Carmichael. Margaret Miller, Billie Keeler. QROW 31 Charles Fitzpatrick, Jim Carnes, Tom Miley, Jay Nolley, Judith Morton, Larry Springer. Ilflarilyn White and Dick Hughes add their names to the scowling purple cat that was placed beneath the front-hall clock during basketbal tourney time, courtesy of the Art Club. FT Aided nd Honored C H S Facult As ln mans other clubs the F TA Club s formal znzllatzon uas a cczmllclzglzt wuz zu Hur lulzrmn C mmu and Karen Nusa ander FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA fRow lj Miss lf leanor Blk f wnthl 1 Doolittle Alan Hubbard Marx Ann Barlow Marv Ann C lallx Norma lw ins C lfllld Johnson fRow 2, Mary Allen Carolyn Wllllamb Juhann Cromer Carol Ann Barley Karen Nexswander DIXIE Luellen Kathryn Lambert Pam Halnes Problems, dutles, and questlons wlth wh1ch teachers are faced were 1tems often dlscussed at Future Teacher meetmgs th1s year In Aprll mem bers showed thelr appreclatlon for these problems by presentlng each CHS teacher w1th a shlny, red apple In February the group also awarded valen tmes to faculty members whom members also as S1Sted 1n routme Jobs The 50 member group was led thls year by Cynthla Doollttle presldent, Plan Hubbard V1C9 presldent, Mary Ann Barlow, secretary and Mary Ann Clark treasurer MISS Eleanor Bly served as sponsor The Central chapter combmed w1th the Burrls group to observe a frlm tellmg the value of a good teacher Carols and refreshments were a part of the hollday agenda at a Chrlstmas meetlng wh1ch was held at the home of Cynthra The CHS chapter whose purpose IS to acquamt the members wlth the teachmg professlon was started by a group of exploratory teachers two years ago Any student w1th a genulne lnterest ln teachlng may Joln the club QROW 3, Llnda Baker Ladonna Cole Iule Delager Sharon Atkm son Zenobxa Roundtree Tram Thayer Dlanne Dels Mary Sawyer Karen Wlgglns Darla Parks fRow 41 Cary Havens Rebekah Barnes Sandra Blaxr Margle Waldo Ellen Preston Kay Phllllps Dennls Wasson Sandy Stephens Jean North Janet Yount 50 Q Q C 0 Q Q Q a , - ' 1' 7 - 3 I l s 7 , . Y 7 l , . ,Af .,,.,'... 1-If ' j. ,. ,4-,, . . . are in theprocess of lighting their candles. ' : I ' , ,- P , ' - v V 1 -4 I 1 1 - 1 1 41 u v y V ' 1 v T' v , u Q f v 1 v , v k v 5 , , v 'Q A i V A - V - 1 T vl 1 Y -4. v . f - ' I 1 r 1 Tl v v f , 1 r a, 1 f . , V , , . , ' - 1 ' ' - ' . Y - ' ' ' ' ' , 1 7 , 1 5 H 1 Y ! L 1 y .1 7 I ! Y I 7 ' F Nlclindcz Jones. Sue Sfmng, Pam Cnlpenler and Nmzcy Beary collect crmtrihzzfions for the D.E. Clulfs Chris!- nms basket. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB: QR0w 1, Mr. Kenneth Coulson Susan Keppler. Melinda -lones. Bruce McCray. Pam Carpenter. Frances Town send. QROW 21 Nancy Beaty, Carol Thornburg, Karen Dickson. Marianne Ferratt. Judy Simons. fRow 31 Relic-cca Starkey. Toni Cox, Doris Byrd, Lillian llanuis. -Inann liullcn, fRow 41 Fred l,iggc-lt. -lacy Nt-1-tlllarii. Jimmy Syphi-rs Ricliard Rogers, -lim Heston. Dwight .-Xdanis, Employer-Student inner Climaxed ll. . Year An initiation banquet, at which officers of last year spoke, highlighted a busy year for the Distrib- utive Education Club of 1959-60. Prospective new members decorated the room for the banquet which was in their honor. Bruce McCray, senior, served as president of the D.E. group with Frances Townsend, vice presi- dentg Pam Carpenter, secretary, Melinda Jones, treasurer, Susan Keppler, historian, and Mr. Ken- neth Coulson, sponsor. In order to provide for better employer-env ployee relationships, an Employer-Employee Ban- quet was held by the group at the Ball State Stu- dent Center this year. D.E. Club members, most of whom are employed throughout the school year at downtown businesses, came with their respec- tive employers to the dinner. A semi-formal dance was also held in March by the 25-member club, whose pu1'pose is to pro- vide social, recreational and leadership opportun- ities for its members. The organization also filled Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets for needy families. Bruce McCray, who was enrolled in the D.E. program, "makes with" the sales talk, fI1VI'lIg to sell a customer al Smilties. 3 EYA: fRow lj Mr. Beuoy, Jim Clevenger, Paul Beall, Joe Wilson, Ron Schepp. fRow 21 Michael Fisher, Jim Greer. John Hicks, Jack Voisard, Jim Burgess, Jerry Buffington, Jerry Thresher. fRow 31 l. A Jim Knecht, John Martin, Charles Rude, Larry Snodgrass, Dave Rutter, Richard Alexander, Eddie Miller, Bob Gaylor. spiring ngineers ixed acts nd un Joe Wilson and Jim Clerenger, E. Y.A. Club members, are able to let off steam in an exciting intra-club basketball game. Members of EYA flilngineering Youth of Americaj decided at one of their meetings that each prospective member would like to know how it feels to be "whistled ati, instead of being Hthe whistlerf' so all of the poor unfortunates came to the meeting dressed as gals. Officers of EYA for this year were Paul Beall, presidentg Jim Clevenger, vice presidentg Ronnie Schepp, secretaryg and Joe Wilson, treasurer. Mr. William Beuoy was sponsor, replacing Mr. Fred Burt, former Trade School teacher who became supervisor of industrial education in the schools. On the more serious side of the activities of EYA, trips were made to Muncie factories and other points of interest which displayed the skills of the engineer. The formal initiation of new members was also more on the serious side than the previous one which was attended by those Hfemalesf, The purchase of an extra large slide rule for Math Department demonstration purposes and the selection of a design for pins were among projects of the Math Club, whose organizational objective is to extend to its members a chance to learn more about math that is offered in the regular classroom. A speech by Dr. Brumfiel from Ball State Teachers College was included in the program of the Math Club this year. Mr. Edward Olsen and Mr. Charles Retz, Central mathematics instructors. also spoke to the organization at meetings throughout the year. Mr. Retz demonstrated and explained the uses of linkages, and Mr. Olsen spoke upon "The Everyday Use of Mathematics." A few of the mem- bers also gave a demonstration of the slide rule. The 40-member club, which also visited the Bell Telephone Company headquarters to observe the electric operators, was headed this year by its presi- dent, Dick Price, vice president, John Weesnerg sec- retary, Marilyn Baneyg treasurer, David Beaty, and co-sponsors, Mr. Ramon Avila and Mr. Charles Retz. .HRSA Dr. Brunzfiel. of Hull Stale C'ol1ege, zrilh .Wufh Club sponsor Ramon Avila !II1fl1II'l'Nfffl'I1l Dick Price, lf1'SL'l1SN fl gf'0I71l'fl'fl'fII figure ur II vlub nzvzffizzg. alh Club Selected ew esign For Pins MATH CLUB: IROW ll Mr. Ramon Avila, Charles Retz. Rich- Townsend. Margie Waldo. Stuart Gray, Jeannie Wagoner, Eddie ard Price. Marilyn Baney, John Weesne1'. fR0w 21 Marilyn Cook, Miller. Gene Arnold. William Jackson, Dianne Keplinger. fRow 41 Nancy Satterfield. Gordon Weesner, Marilyn Robold, Pat Har- Dick Hughes. Phil Townsend. Mike Bump. Joe Broyles, Mike bottle. Sherry Harris. Ladonna Cole, Janice Perry. KROW 31 Gary Schranz. Larry Snodgrass. Robert Sulanke. Ronald Martzall. f i 5 53 1 SPANISH CLUB: 1Row 11 Miss Laura Linden. Carol Beller. Barharzi Franks, Sulynn Stout. lleliynn Durham. Marvia Anderson. Susie Miller. Sharon Yan Arsdol. Marilyn Roholcl. Mary Connell. Maru-llzi Hayes. fRow 21 Varole Stout. -loyee Mt-Cray. Susie Owen. Kathleen Murphy. Lynn VVatkins. Margaret Loye. Sharon Dt-nney. Adine Mace. Nantry Cruea. -lotlie Miller. Barbara Bookout. Bet-kie VVilliamson. CROW 31 Linda Janz. Mary Ann Vlzirla. Sandy Blair. Leonora 'l'lioi'nhurg1. Penny l'rit-st. Karon Squier, l'atrit'ia Dugan. . , Sharon Squier, Janet We-rtx. -lane York. Varolyn Williams. tRow 41i'arolyn Sanders. Alan r n Smith. 'l'honias Varey. Sanford Simpson. Del 1'anipht-ll. -John Martin. -lack Buie. lilvon Garrett. Steve Chase, Nant-y Douce, Sally Addison. Brenda Stroud. FRENCH CLUB: QROW 11 Miss Linden. Gloria Bader, Sandra Ann Neff. Tamara Wedmore. -Ianiee Gregory, fRow 41 Karen Blair, Brian Paryis. Joann l'huri'h. Alan Howartl. -laiiiw Prosser. Adams. Jean North. Janet Koger. Barbara Bookout. Becky ,Jean t'leyeiig1er. QROW 21 Farol Foeter. -Jana Anthony, Betty Kyle, Bryant. Arlene DeB0er. Nancy Mcfallister. Sara Dawson. Dianne l'ani Haines, Lynn Ptiinplirt-y. Betty Shelton. l.inclii linker. l'aniela Deis. 1Row 51 Connie Nit-kuls, Jule De-lager, Trinka Small. Davis. fR0w31Pat Younve. lg2il'l11il'21 Kirlmootl. Susan Krug. Gayle Barbara Zinunerman. Stephen Crum. Owen Lucas, Richard Han- Creske, Marcy Clark. Hohert Springinan. Sandy Ziininerinan, cock. Vance Woodward, Harry Cartwright. CJ -I u.- . "Look out below!" "There it goesll' Sound like a club meeting? Probably not, but at their Christmas meeting CHS Spanish enthusiasts, who are Spanish Club members, break the pinata, a large container filled with candy suspended from the ceiling, with a cane held by a blindfolded person. Officers for the first semester, chosen separately by the two second-year classes, were the presidents, Delynn Durham and Marcia Anderson, vice pres- idents, Sharon Van Arsdol and Sue Miller, secre- taries, Sulynn Stout and Marilyn Roboldg and treasurers, Barbara Franks and Carol Beller. Miss Laura Linden was sponsor. Mrs. Ruth Ball Harker, Central homemaking in- structor, and her son showed their slides of Rio de Janerio at a more regular meeting this year. Mrs. Van Skyock, who has traveled to Mexico, showed her slides of that country on April 24. Mrs. Van Skyock also brought some real coffee sprigs and cotton from Mexico, as well as some silver Mexican jewelry. Cultures Were Studied Chicken fried in wine and baked potatoes with almonds were unusual French foods served at a ,59-,60 banquet sponsored by Central's French Club. Alan Howard, junior, served as president of the "eating club" with Sandy Blair, vice president, Deb- bie Null, secretary, Jan Prosser, treasurer, and Miss Laura Linden, sponsor. Also on the agenda for French Club this year was a dessert party where "Napoleans," a type of French pastry, and tea were served. Madame Burns from Algeria spoke in French at the gathering about her country and its customs. Most French Club meetings this year were ban- quets and parties, with French food being served. Guests were from Morocco, France, or other French- speaking countries. For oral practice, only French was spoken among members at the affairs. The purposes of the organization are to become more fluent in French, and to learn about French cultural outlooks. Marcia Anderson gives Spanish Club members Sharon Van Arsdol, Delynn Durham, and Susie Miller her rendition of a Spanish rock on the guitar, one of the articles of Spanish origin brought in by students for the Espanol exhibit. By language Clubs The great pretenders, these French! Barbara Bookout, "cheer- leader from Bloomingtonf explains Kin French, no lessj her skirt to Alan Howard, a "Fort Wayne backer," and Sandy Blair, a "Washington booster, " in a Club tournament skit, spite' by .I 3 Heartless master Bill Bartlett exerts authority over lowly slave, Dare Cusick, to delight onlookers ut J.C.L. banquet, 6 9 6 9 Slaves , Sportsman A trip through the "Underworld,,' a Roman ban- quet with authentic Roman food, and a "toga hopul Sounds pretty lively, doesnlt it? As CHS's 220 Junior Classical Leaguers will tell you, the '59-'60 JCL meetings certainly proved that Latin isn't dead. Officers for the year were Barbara Franks and Phil Townsend, consuls lpresidentsjg Marilyn Baney, scriba fsecretaryjg Zenobia Roundtree, quaestor itreasurerlg and Mike Yocum and Phil Greer, aediles lsergeants-at-armsb. Sponsors for the year were Mr. Robert Hancock and Mrs. Betty Jones. Highlighting the activities for this year were the Olympic games in which JCL athletes strived to win trophies and ribbons. The Indiana JCL newspaper, "Veritas et Scientiaf' was also published by Centralites for the over 900 subscribers in the state. Jane Brown headed the paper as editor. She was assisted by Larry Dotson, news editorg Phil Townsend, feature editorg Jeannine Wagoner, circulation managerg and a 15-member editorial staff. Indiana State Teachers College in Terre Haute was the site for the State JCL Convention. There Polly Pippen was the Central JCL beauty representative in the "Prettiest Latin Student" contest. MXN Sully Kncclit om1Marletta Roy superzises the J. C.L. voting booth where Phil Tozvsencl casts his ballot in the Roman way. ade p J.C.l. Roll Trinlm Small, victim ofher cruel17iasIer'sfku1cy at banquet, is ob- served by Zenoliia Hoimdtree will Marilyn Baney. ak Ka "' fs..-in Schaffner, Dick Hughes, David Sacks, Alan "Busy, busy, busy" is a logical Way to describe the work of Stage Door, school dramatics group, which arrived at the ripe ol, age of three this year. Guilding members through the "Stage Door" this year were Barbara Bookout, president, Mar- garet Love, vice presidentg Nancy Dickens, secre- tary, Pat Younce, treasurer, Lynn Watkins, his- torian, and Diane Collins, sergeant-at-arms. Miss Drucilla Stillwagon served as sponsor. Miss Geogina Cadelina, exchange student from the Philippines, and Dr. William Sutton and Dr. Alan Huckleberry, Ball State Teachers College in- structors, were among speakers who instructed and entertained at Stage Door meetings this year. Topping the year's activities was a record hop given through the combined efforts of Thespians and Stage Door. At the hop Jim Clevenger, junior, and Pat Hiatt, senior, were crowned Prince Melpomene and Princess Thalia. With the profiits from the reco1'd hop, flats were purchased for the auditorium. During the holiday season, the dramatics en- thusiasts exchanged presents among themselves at a Christmas party. Hubbard, Eddie Miller, Joe Chan, Jeannine Wagoner, Gordon Wecsner, Brenda Stroud, Diana Griffin. The surfers ofMaIibu Beach-Stinky fMike Doug- lasj, .Malibu .Wav flffldie .'VliIIe17. Nloonrloggie fPhil Jaclesonj. Hot Shot fDicle Hughesl. Golden Bo-v fDaz'e Saeksj. and Lord Hatha uav Kllennis Kersch ner! shou' !'0IZl'E'I'I1 over Gidget lSharron Brouvzj in the play with the name the same. Franzie lSharron Brownj, renamed Gidget fa girl and a midget- get iff! bythe surfers, prepares breakfast coffee for the Great Ka- honna fKeIly Nayj, who shows a big brother's interest in this cute, clever kid In the Thespian-s1mnsored, directed and produced "Gidget." TRI-HI-Y: QROW lj Homer Rice, Becky York. Sharon Slye, Lucy Spahr, Joyce Shaw, Pamela Wegesin, Phyllis Hammond, Lynn VVatkins, Pat Johnson, Margie Waldo. QROW 21 Pat Hagen, Carol Ann Barley. Jodie Miller. Phylis Donhanser, Carolyn Haney, Von- nie Seagrave. Tamara Jack. Joann Rollen, Barbara Hied. Alice McClellan, Janet Jeffries. QROW 31 Janet Replogle, Tracy Thayer, Virginia Gibson, Susie Mil ler. Janet Epperson. Ann Neff, Billie Keeler. Jane Browning NVanda Alherson, Lynn Pumphrey, Janet Cole. Barbara Brooks lR0w 4, Pam Ketterman, Linda Main. Jane Brinihall, Adine Mace Melinda Jones, Barbara Ertel, Linda Donovan. Judy Stanford Shirley Smith. Janet Burns, Marilyn Boomer. Linda Mahoney. 6 ' Clubs Promote Character Building TRI-HI-Y II: QR0w 11 Linda Calvert, Susan Lampke. Sharon Carter Marshia Gill. Janet Bailey, Sandra Bertram, Rita Poling. Carol Smith. Sharon Buchanan, Phyllis Barbier. fRow 21 Willetta Wade. Marilyn White, Patty Kelsey, Mary Alherson. Karen Adams, Jackie Rein, Linda Owens, Judy Delph, White Fawn Tousey, Carolyn Sanders. fRow 31 Lois Tolbert, Mary Roden- berger, Betty Coffman, Janice Prosser, Aladean Cross, Glenna Fender. Caroline Shively, Carol Snodgrass. Susie Owen, Bonnie Fourthman, Sharon Evans, Shirley Hawkins. QROW 41 Carole Zion. Jorincla Swift, Pam Whaley, Sandy Dyer. Margaret Crouch. Marcy Clark. Pamela Davis, Jeannine Wagoner, Ronda Raines, Cheryl Keeler, Judy Cox, Janice Morgan, Billie Gibson, Muriel Blair. M HI-Y: fRow 11 Mr. Cooper, J. Conrad, D. Hughes, D. Sacks, R. Ross, B. McCray, J. Chan, J. Hatcher, M. Hirons, T. Collins, D. Rutter, R. Price, J. Carnes, D. Clevenger, S. Chase. CROW 21 P Mills, T. Spence, M. Douglass, J. Weesner, T. Murray, S. Stuart B. Hatcher, R. Roberts, J. Heston, D. Adams, H. Burch, J Oliver, D. Bonneau, P. Jacobs, F. Liggett, P. Townsend, K. Jones. fRow 31 D. Showalter, B. Duncan, B. Watson, J. McCormick, T. Alexander, G. Lindzy, J. Murray, D. Hensley, R. Dunn, J. Davis, J. McCaffetry, J. Davis, M. Clevenger, T. Krug. fRow 41 D O ctivlties For ctive "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character" is, as boy and girls who sought membership and took the required test know, the purpose of Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y. Tri-Hi-Y officers for l59-'60 were Lucy Spahr, president, Phyllis Hammond, vice president, Sharon Slye, secretary, Joyce Shaw, treasurer, Pam Weg- esin, chaplain, Lynn Watkins and Margie Waldo, historians, and Pat Johnson and Becky York, sergeants-at-arms. Mr. Homer Rice was faculty sponsor. Mr. John Longfellow, head Central basketball coach, who spoke on his sport, was but one of the attractions at Hi-Y meetings this year. Officers of the club, which traditionally purchased Hi-Y jackets, sweat shirts and pins, and also did volunteer work in various churches, were Mike Hirons, pres- ident, Jim Hatcher, vice president, Bruce McCray, secretary, Joe Chan, treasurer, Tom Collins, his- toriang Rusty Ross, chaplain, and Mr. William Cooper, faculty sponsor. Painter, P. Rankin, G. Cox, M. Ingram, G. Denney, L. Grieswell, D. Vickers, G. Clark, J. Voisard, J. Clevenger, A. Flook, B. Rench, J. Reed, D. Ellison, J. Petro, E. Miller. 1Row 51 R. Brand, B. Pinion, B. Hole, T. Kellum, J. Harrold, P. Hoppes, G. Townsend, C. Wilkerson, M. Sholders, W. Webb, A. Schreiber, D. White, J. Gustafson, M. Tomlin, W. McCallister, D. Slye. fRow 61 R. Clark, R. Hancock, D. Rankin, P. Christy, M. Beaty, R. Rotz, R. Fox, J. Prigg, J. Reber, H. Nipp, B. Parvis, R. Hunter, S. McElroy, L. Shell, K. Schuck, F. Sacks. Central Students Lucy Spahr, president of Tri-Hi-Y, explains a question on the entrance exam to White Fawn Tousey and Sue Bertram. 4,-' fd' fvlllll'-V Campbell, Marilvn Wessol, and Norma Evans, along with olher Y- Teen members, zrorlc busily on posters zrhivh irerc seen throughout CHS halls advertising the Y-Canteen. Service And Sa es Y-TEENS: CRow D Joann Rollen. Pam Haines, Pauline Wirt, Diana Walker, Nancy Campbell, Norma Evans, Sarah Wall. lRow 21 Barbara Lamb, Wanda Kay Roberts, Bonnie Fourthman, Donna Gruwell, Sharon Chastain, Carol Snodgress, Phyllis Zig- Bake sales, Christmas baskets, programs of all sorts - these were a part of the '59-'60 agenda of Central's Y-Teens. Serving as this yearls officers were Martha Duke, president, Sarah Wall, vice president, Virginia Gib- son, secretary, and Pauline Wirt, treasurer. Miss Marilyn Tuck, YWCA director, was sponsor ofthe 41-member club. In November Central Y-Teens sent delegates Norma Evans and Judy Thornburg to the National Y-Teen Conference in Washington, D.C., and New York. The club members raised money from a bake sale and their work in a filling station to send the girls to the conference. "Through the Looking Glass" was the theme of the mid-winter Y-Teen Conference in Indianapolis which members attended. Other programs planned for the past year were a trip to an ice hockey game in Fort Wayne, a meeting on religious emphasis, and one on family relation- ship. ere Y-Teens, Themes ler. tRow 33 Sandra Carpenter. Rebecca Schiver, Marilyn Gar- rett, Judy Cunningham, Margaret Crouch, Phyllis Newton. Janet Burns, Karon Young, Beverly Reid. 1 'C 'Kh- MUNSONIAN STAFF: fRow lj Mr. LeMaster, Mr. Henderson, Hhiman Rotz, Marilyn White, Ellen Preston, James Burridge, Phoebe Thomas, Ann Bybee, Marilyn Jo Craig, Jane Brown, Larry Dotson, Zenobia Roundtree, Cathy Burt, Marcia Anderson, Carolyn Dudley, Linda Barber. tRow 21 Mary Jo Avery, Geral- dine Rosinski, Hannah Hofherr, Linda Gregory, Dixie Luellen, Mary Mooneyhan, Joyce McCray, Susie Owen, Barbara Brittain, Phyllis Donhauser, Larcy McCarley. Barbara Williams. Roy Merril, Richard Reed, John Weesner, Sonja Wedmore, Mickey Barnes, Karon Squier. tRow 31 Paula Webster, Betsy Sulanke, Pat Harbottle, Bob LeMaster, Janice Morgan, Carole Stout, Eddie Miller, Marty Sholders, Gary Havens, Sanford Simpson, Gary Mor- gan, Eddie Self, Jana Anthony, Richard Alexander, David Vickers, Tom Metcalf, Gerry Cox. 'Nose For ews'-That's Their Skill It's often All-American, one of the bestg it's seen every two Weeks - or oftener. Sounds like the de- scription of a football team, but it's the tale of The Munsonian, Central's bi-weekly school paper. Publishing a paper took more than a scrapping together of a few bits of news -it meant beginning on work for the issue even before the current one was published, planning layouts, snapping pictures, interviewing, printing at the Trade School, and, of course, that happy day when the paper finally was passed out to the student body. Writing stories, taking pictures, and gather- ing news were main jobs of the editorial staff, led by Sharon Ann Bybee, editor-in-chiefg Marilyn Jo Craig, news editor, Jane Brown, feature editor, Lar- ry Dotson and Rhiman Rotz, sports editors, and Phoebe Thomas, photo editor. Handling the busi- ness of The Munsonian for '59-'60 were Marilyn White, circulation manager, Jim Burridge, advertis- ing manager and Barbara Williams, business man- ager. Tom Metcalf was make-up man. Editorial ad- viser was Mr. Edgar Henderson and Mr. Robert P. LeMaster served as printing adviser. Marilyn White, circulation manager, finds herself sur- rounded by rather biased sport editors, Rhiman Rotz and Larry Dotson, as she reads Munsonian Sport Shorts copy. Ethics, school crises, basketball-you name it, they'i'e written for at least talked aboutj it. Here Jane Broun, Ann Bybee, and Marilyn Craig, Munsonian editors, converse -A up AGHCBAN l bo K.-11101112 Julie' De-lager. t'!ll-fUl'Uff1Il' '60.'VIr1gz'c'iar1.pointers Ul'f'I' Its IHUIJIIQIFS.fl'Hl'I1ll'tfl1 ll rlztzpsoftx' oflm'l71ori0.s. rR1'gl1tj A lun Hozrtzrd get l'11tl1y Iiurtls H111-Ill-UII about ll .III-l'fltI'l'4N poss1h1'l1't1'c's. lBelou'j .1111 Furl Hrznzphrey, hllSfI1t'SS mlz'ist'r, and M12 Edgar H?Ilflf'I'N!Ill, E'llI'fUl'Ill1fl!1'l iser. were kept busy ll'I'fl1 the mammoth l7lllffL'I'1lf..wflglil'l'flII nlanctgenzcnt. ,,,.- J 4.4 .JJ ty nf The Mflgl'C'lflII stujfsjob uns ll systenz ofcher-ics, and here Eddie .'VIz'Ile1'c11zd,lfIilce Bump, sports editors, do just that. K as f Q, T565 X V 4 . s il' 1, wx agician Staff Chrislened ' -G' .iff Q7 'K' HC Typewriters pecking, drawers screeching, a paper-cutter slicing, cameras clicking-these were familiar sounds which penetrated the walls of the new Magician office this year. The new office was made necessary when expanding enrollment re- quired the former headquarters for classroom space. lt took more than a staff to end up successfully with this. Thanks are due to teachers, students and Sophomore pzctures junzor pzctures semor plc tures organzzatzon photos sport snapshots action shotpzctures pictures and more pictures' This IS the snappy pzcture of Magzczan detelopment Paula Webster collects money from an underclass man for his-you guessed it-pictures! Members of the '60 Magician staff were fRow lj Mike Bump, sports editor, Ed- die Miller, assistant sports editor, Alan Howard, photography editorg Nancy Dickens, caption editor, Marcia Anderson, literary editor, Sharon Squier, faculty Q editor, Cathy Burt, art editor, John Weesner, photographer. QRow 21 Jim Hatcher business manager, Paula Webster, organization editor, Tracy Thayer, index editor, Pat Hagen, senior editor, Dixie Luellen, typistg Lynn Pumphrey, typistg Ellen Preston, headline editor, Linda Gregory, assistant index editor. others for their patience and cooperation in filling out questionnaires and other innumerable tasks. It could be said that "all work and no fun makes 'Magicianers' a dull group,', and the staff certainly had both. They had many good times and acquired many new friends through producing the book in the course of the year. The final product coming from these nine months of pasting up and drawing plans, figuring dimensions, and typing was the goal of every member of the staff, and on that great day when the first book was laid in the hands of the first Centralite, there was a feeling of great accomplish- ment in the heart of every staff worker when each could say proudly that it was worth every minute. 6 9 ug nd Botany Set orm ew lub SCIENCE CLUB: lRow ll Weldon Witters, Ralph Royster, Larry Dotson, Pat Younce, Marilyn Jo Craig, Brian Parvis, Karon Squier, Joan Frankel, John Weesner. CROW 21 Jim McCormick, Tracy Thayer, Charles Daugherty, Aneti Espijo, Sherry Stewart, Cathy Burt, Evelyn Walters, Judy Hensley, Mary Alice Huffman, Kathryn Johnson, Dorothy Gentry. Karen Squier explains her insect collection to other interested Zoology enthusiasts-Brian Parris, Pat Harbottle, and Marilyn Craig-nl n meeting of the Science Club. fRow 3D Alan Howard, Dale Rankin, Jana Anthony, Iris Johnson, Sandra Cook, Carole King, Nancy McCallister, Pat Harbottle, Sherry Harris, Sharon Squier. fR0w 41 Douglas Haffner, Rhiman Rotz, Eddie Smith, David Painter, Rex Jackson, Stephen Crum, Phil Townsend, Jim Williamson, Phil Hoppes, Wayne McCallister. Talks on various scientific topics by men of science, a bake sale, and a trip to Chicago were all on the '59-'60 agenda of Centralls brand spankin' new Hbug and botany" organization, the Science Club. Marilyn Jo Craig, junior, was president of the science enthusiasts, with Brian Parvis, vice pres- ident, Karon Squier, secretary, and Billie Jean Dus- ing, treasurer. Mr. William Beuoy, Dr. Ralph Royster, Mr. William Harris and Mr. Weldon Wit- ters served as faculty sponsors. Members of Science Club were required to plan a science project which was entered in the State Science Fair, or even the National Fair, if the proj- ects qualified. The bake sale, which was held in the spring this year, was planned for the purpose of raising money for the club's trip to Chicago. In Chicago the mem- bers viewed many places and objects of scientific interest. Intra-club discussions highlighted the activities of Debate Club, which entered the CHS scene for the first time this year. Other "diplomat" groups were the representatives for the Indiana Legislative Assembly and U.N. Model Assembly, the former held at Purdue University and the latter at Anderson College. Officers of Debate Club were Sharon Ann Bybee, president, and Rhiman Rotz, secretary. Alan Howard, senator, and Sharon Ann Bybee and Phil Greer, representatives, brought honor to Muncie Central by securing top legislator awards at Purdue. Other representatives were Jane Brown and Larry Dotson, and alternates James Tighe, Rhiman Rotz, Gary Baney and Gene Waid. Representing various countries in an assembly similar to the United Nations were the members of the group who were joined by many other Indiana school representatives. MP1 DEBATE CLUB: fRow 11 Miss Helen Swartz, Rhiman Rotz, Ann Bybee, Larry Dotson, Sandra Cook. fRow 21 Pat Younce, David Sheward, Alan Hubbard, Tim Lacey, Charles Daugherty. 0ur Spokesmen Brought Home e Honors U.N. MODEL ASSEMBLY: fRow 11 Miss Swartz, Joyce Shaw, Jodie Miller, Sharon VanArsdol, Diane Deis, Myrna Holms, Joe Chan. fRow 21 Zenobia Roundtree, Nancy Satterfield, Barbara Bookout, Jule De-lager, Marcy Clark, Gerry Cox. fRow 31 Glen Tobias, Louis Grieswell, Steve Crum, Brian Parvis, Mike Yocum, Max Douglas, Terry Shippy. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REP- RESENTATIVES: 1Row 11 Alan Howard, Ann Bybee, Miss Swartz. QROW 21 Mr. Cooper, Jane Brown, Larry Dotson, Richard Reed, Miss Gingrich. fRow 31 Rhiman Rotz, Richard Clark, Richard Alexander, James Tighe, Gary Baney. Athletics Every melody has its own spirit. At Central it's called Bezrrcat spirit. lt's the hope that surges through every player trying for ai point, the thrill every fan experiences after a victory. Wins and losses are the Crescendo and diminuendo of the f Bearcat rhapsody . fi EM, it ML, N.. 0 I nfl: fu 1 rw up jill' A1111 Buslcel 2 Ron lionlzum. Us ln' :loans If 11,Qr11'f1 ll !11,slrm1o11s "f1n'f1,u1'o11111l"fulfil: sh: I :AMD lp .M 'Tia X l x - S The Bearcat track team really ran away ee .Wunc-ie Relays, held April 16, with an eighteen-poinf spread over the nearest out-of-breath opponent. Take two grueling miles of exhausting running, seven eager, ready boys, and a school like Muncie Central, and you have the Bearcat Cross Country team. This year,s CC team won 7 and lost 1, while finishing second to Anderson in the N.C.C., fifth in the Shortridge Invitational, and fourth in the State. The season started with the defeat of Indian- apolis Tech, 21 to 34. Then Shortridge, Marion, Southport, and Richmond, in that order, were de- feated by the Bearcat harriers. The good news then came to the halls of Central that the 'Cats had de- feated the cross-town rivals, the Burris Owls, 15 to 49. As in golf, the lowest score a team receives, the better its rating. The 17-meet winning streak which the 'Cats had acquired over the last two seasons was broken by Anderson, the winner ofthe N.C.C. title. The squad loses five good seniors from the Varsity-Gary Crow, George Bonner, -Ian Conway, Marvin Scates, and Michael Schranz. CenlraI's Harrier 1959 CROSS COUNTRY RECORD Cent ral Central Cent ral Cent ral Central Central Central 21, 15, '35 vf, Qllz, lo, 19. 58, Indianapolis Tech . . . Indianapolis Shortridge Southport, 38, Marion . Richmond . . Muncie Burris ..... Kokomo, 483 Tipton . . Anderson, 41, Marion, 87 ILefU Dun .lf1'l'I'IVI71lIIl. sophomore, l't't'C'Ill'S rilvbon from SVIIIUI' t'h0l'I'fl'flffl'fflfllllll-1' Seugrt1i'c. IIf:llIffl'I'S!1I1 nzccf. flfzgfllty lV111'l1'ng for ilu' smrl ufllu' .Y.l'.f'. niwt, lIlll'l'ft'I'S are Gary Crow, -lun l'onu'ay, Roger Lowery, with Coach Wilson. 34 49 53 3 9 lil, 50 68 .C.C. P ietors n Seven Meets, Second In CC '. G ii. I Q N L 2 l ' X M, .1 lr P Y tr l li Q' , K I S. , - , ii ,Z - H " ,KI W qi su 1 I' F H Rx 5, i f 2 ' , RTL Q7 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY - Garv Crow, George Bonner, Teammutes George Bonner and Garjy Crow leading an opponent Marvin Scateg, Jan Cgnwayy Mike Schranz, Herb Murphy, Dan at the start ofthe Sl'l'ffOf1U1CI'0SS-l'0l1fIf71V meet at Anderson, Harvey, Don Green, Richie Williams, Roger Lowery, Dan Merri- man, Ervin Newhouse. 1Row 11 Dan Harvey, Ervin Newhouse, Brian Conley, Roger Low- Green, Dan Lowery, Walker Miller, Leroy Prokopf. fRow 31 Coach ery, Gerry Cox, Bill Smith, Dan Merriman, Carl Brown. QRow 21 Mel Wilson, Bob Carnes, Phil Hudson, Gary Crow, George Bonner, Herb Murphy, Mike Sims, Don Gettinger, David Young, Don Jan Conway, Mike Schranz, Marvin Scates, Richie Williams. u .... , Y "Out of the Valley ofDeath ran the 500"-the start, N.C. C. meet. Fifteen Seniors efl eam s lellermen The nine-game schedule of the Bearcats started a week before school with a 27-13 loss at the hands of LaPorte and a defeat by East Chicago, winner of the mythical State football crown. From this time on the 'Cats from Muncie-town started to roll, winning five of seven, including four of five conference games. Downing such old rivals as Evansville Reitz and Indianapolis Tech at Central's first homecoming, 19-0, and Lafayette, New Castle, and Marion in that order, the 'Cats played fine ball in the second half of the season. Fort VVayne Central and Logansport, the NCC winner, defeated the Bearcats who placed a third in the conference under the Dickinson rating. The 'Cats will lose many fine players by gradua- tion including Jim Nettles, who has been elected to the all-NCC three years in a row. This year he placed on the first team as halfback and honorable mention on the all-state team. George Schad and John Smith also placed on the NCC second and third squads, George as second team and John as third string fullback. With many promising juniors and sophomores who have a year of varsity experi- ence under their belts, the 'Cats are expected to be tough to beat in 1960. fRozt' U Frank Wilson, tackle: Kelly Nay, tackle: Eddie Morrou halfbackg Phil Baldridge, end. ABOVE: Ted Hoefkemjunior qzzurterlvaek, Ucrirries llze nzailufor cz fine gain as Curfis Ervin follows. HELU W: -lim Nettles nmlces like ti lzurdler as he eludes Imzfiiyette tacklers. lR0u' 22 Dick Conuny, taekleg Jim Netlles, liulfhack: Charles Brady, tackleg Jerry Thresher, guard. r Q ly g 5 .ii. g . gil 5 I ii' L Q i 1 is ' 1 wg li E asa E .elf X 'CATS' 1959 FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD Cats 13 Cats lil Cats 27 Cats 19 Cats 19 Cats 20 Cats 47 Cats 0 Cats 40 La Porte ...,............... East Chicago .. Evansville Reitz . , Tech ........... Logansport . . . Lafayette . . New Castle ......... Fort VVayne Central . . Marion .......... ,KITTENS' 1959 FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD Kittens Kittens Kittens Kittens' Kittens' Kittens N 13 New Castle ........,........... 7 Richmond .... 97 - Anderson ............,... . . 12 Anderson Madison Heights 12 Anderson ....,......... 13 New Castle . . . -'N ,sx John Warren makes a hard tackle on a Tech ball carrier as full- back John Smith acoids blockers. K.-lhocej Charles Brady and John Warren attempt a tackle. I Belozcj Dick Dunn, 69, is undecided rm ichich way to go. Q f ? ji Q 5 xx ,Q Q 5 M 3 95. 1 3 E 'Z ,-:..,:. ,AZI ii x., U E ' 5 Jlry Daniel , ff V Jim Nettles wi 7 -LM. Bin we K ' 'I 4 . ff' f:'2'9fh J Ohn Dampler Curtis Ervin pg Gerald Lanlch i , , FE Robbie Dick ur 'Cats Ruled e Roost n 28 Straight For four months. and 28 straight ball games the Muncie Central Bearcats ruled the roost as far as Indiana high school basketball was concerned. The Bearcats. who had won the NFC' crown with a 9 and 0 record. were also the sportswriters' choice to win the school's fifth state championship. The 1959-60 'Cat season was master-minded by popular and efficient Coach John Longfellow. After winning three IHSAA tourneys. the talented 'Cats from Muncietown entered the final all-state center in the tournamentg and John Dampier. one of the best ball handlers and shooters. Despite the losses by graduation. as assistant Coach Bob Heeter said at the final pep assembly. 'wlwhe Bearcats may he down, but they will never be out." 1959-60 RECORD I u Cats 729 Hagerstown 'Cats 835 l.aPortc ..... 61 ,flame of the state tournament with 10 assorted 'Sats Eh0w3'W'lll9 'fats 123: Ipoknlnzoi . 'fats .5 't. 1" 'Taq .'g 'a 'tr J. team records wrapped up and put away-1nclud- 1 S North in 89: Mraflonkg 58 ing the first undefeated season in Central's history. 'Cuts 93: L9g1H1SP01'i Sl'3C'l'l0NAL H v V 1 X H I.. B ll ' H ' t, ill V. 2 . I x 'Cats 75: Richmond . Cats 90g D8lEX'lllkx 49 owexu, t it wa iant caitalts t yltllfll to t it -Cats 80: Hammond I Cats 553 Cowan H 26 miracle of East Chicago Washington in the biggest 'guts 22: ifpkdlfrssvn .. Cats 53 - "'ts "I'ar ..,. " . upset of the year' 'Cijits 81: Marion .... Cats 6-1' Parker .. 36 The 'Cats left the floor of Butler Field House 3331 - ,Cats A ' 65 . . ii S Q A in x x . . 1 A -t A with only one starter to return next year, losing ,Cats 78: Terre Haut.. ,Cats 48g 1ndia,,..,,,,1i, ' - . L, . . ' K. 'l S H . - . Z Wiley ........ Tech ,..... 4-1 one of the greatest collections ot aasketba play ers ,Cats 66: Anderson I A ,Cats 72g Madison 4 64 lion Bonham, probably Muncie s greatest basket- 'Cats 823 South Bend STATIQ 1 1 1 - - ' f ' 1 - A- 1 L- '.- V Central ,,.... 'Cats 102g Bloomington 66 J tl piodutt of all time. yt ho holds ilmost extiy ,Cats 833 Indianapolis ,Cats 593 Eastchlcago school scoring recordg Jim Nettles. the fleetfooted Tggh ,,,,,,,, washington 75 haltback who changed his football suit for basket- ,Cats 882 xew Castle ball togsg towering Jim Davis, who played like an ig M Q3 g 41 W4 f -5, fs X '. I , 1 lik' Y .: I 3 X , 5 I .,., tu, , I V.: V . 'y AMNMWWV f l? GH mr' ..,... . Q ' KKK - 1' Qs HY it t .Ta t, . , ,L Ky fyx 3 IA bore! The 'Cats at the third-quarter mark look Io Ihe scoreboard. fBelou'j El'?l1N'll'llL'I'l' he looks there 's a Bearcat-to the right, Dampier: io lhe left, Neltles, with Davis and Bonham behind. 0 5 T hw 1 if The state runner- up ' A trophy. Although it was no! Ihe championship symbol, lhe 'Cats accepled .:. 5 if with good sportsnlane U T shw- Y Q ,Q .f y lgv l ' , 1 rm , -ur t we 'Q ' KA borej The Bearcats find 6,000 people waiting for them alpost- tourney welcome. fBelou9 Judy Thornburgpresenis Coach John Longfellow with a trophy from the senior class. 0,000 Sang ' e're Like life, there were periods of happiness-and other moments of despair. No one topped the 'Cats during the Sectional tourney, although Royerton came closest. When Muncietown folks traveled to New Castle for the Regional, the ,Cats easily conquered their foes. Semi-state resulted in a victory, but both Tech and Madison gave the fighting team scares. At last the State finals were here. The after- noon game with Bloomington was another over- whelming victory. But the evening ended in a heart- breaking defeat of 16 points by East Chicago Washington. Thus, the Bearcats were defeated, but their fame will never die in the hearts of fans and admirers. This was proved by a group of an esti- mated 6,000 followers who came to the Field House to greet the State runners-up and sing "We're Proud of Our 'Catsf' Monday dawned with a farewell pep assembly, followed by a theatre party celebration and closed with a record hop. The Bearcats were still the team of our hearts, and our coach was truly a master and a gentleman. ,Meeting defeat with mutual attempts to Console, three courageous Bearcats line up before reeeiving inzlivirlual azvards after the defeat by East Chieago Washington. All seniors, John Dampier, Ron Bonham, and Robbie Dick wateh the East fill!-t'Il,QU squad reeeive the state 's biggest and most eoveterl trophy. KA bovej Jim Davis is all alone in the semi-state among three Teeh players with nothing but a basketball. fBelouQ Four big 'Cats move in on defense-Dampier, Bonham, Davis and Nettles. F945-1 0ur 'Cats' s ourney Tribute KA bovej Cheryl Keep talks with tourney Cheerleaders from Bloom- ington. tBelou'j John Dampier starts one of the many fast-breaks with a pass to Curtis Ervin in a Regional game. FP ' ats Cheer like razy Alu axs ieadx to support the B?Ullf1fSlI1lILfOINUl stav u ith them in defeat is Ccntlal s f ills Clhffllllg Block, sponsored by .Miss King and Miss Luce with Judv Thornburg and Barbara Zimmer- man as Block leadc rs. The male seetor ofthe eheering section ofMunCie Fentral, the Boys' Clieering Block, gave the Bearcats a strong anrl clear roiee in the Field House with Mike Hirons, Kelly lvl!-Vllllll-11.171 Hateher as ,QQ Block leaders. Mr. Punzelt was sponsor. A 3 - N I 2 ..., I :S A ,jx Q I ., r 'i "WJ gi . I, if R XJ an K ' rw 2' W fl W' W ,.lu f fi :"' 'hlsl "1"' - -2-'--' - 1 3' '- .,.., ,,....,....g,.....,... . ,.... - 1- ' 1- ' iv 1 ,Ie - Q 23" .I XJ sl, I .WX-If -MQ-X I A r. Nl t Q l A DQ . il . 3 - .. 1 if .,., ' I 3' .x .-.. ' -TJ LEFT: lRow Il f'entral's Cheerleaders-seniors Fonnie Seagrare and Sanrlv Zimmermanqjunior Phyllis Ham in on. flfow 21 Junior Shirley A nfles: sophomores Chervl K eep. Carol Heller. tBelow Leftj Central Girls' Cheering Block captures a New Castle Trojan with a Beareat net as Jane Brown,junior, reads a "Downing of New Uastlel' poem. fBelou' Right! Central's Bo-vs' Bloek gives it overall approval as the Beareats go over the top with a hundred-point score against Kokomo. 19' BEARKITTENS-CROW D Bob Painter. Phil Monroe, Lawrence Vaiiipln-ll. Ted Roetken, Greg VVilli:nns. tllow 33 Doug Vlnntli Pryor, Larry Lewis, James Boyce, Eddie VVyatt, Jim Winters. Bob Carrigan. Brian Settles. Alan Turner. William llinxxic lR0w 21 Max Douglas, Gerald Lanich, Tom McElfresh. Bob C31'lBl'llXKll.C02ll'l1 Bob lleeu-r. 'Kittens End Year With Best ark Yet Completing the season with a 19-1 won-lost record and averaging 50 points per game, Coach Bob Heeter's Bearkitten squad promises a bright future for Central 'Cats Below are the season's scores: 'KITTENS OPPONENTS 'KITTENS OPPONENTS 31-Hagerstown ,........ 17 47-Lafayette ........... 30 47-Shelbyville .......... 25 41-Terre Haute Wiley . . 25 54-Fort Wayne North . . . 31 38-Anderson ...,....... 33 55-Logansport ......... 48 47-South Bend Central . 38 64-Richmond ......,.... 43 49-Indianapolis Tech . . , 30 52-Hammond .. . ..,. 25 62-New Castle ........ . 35 51-Anderson ,,,, ,,,. 3 2 49-LaP0l'te ...,. .... 4 5 H 31-Elkhart ...... .... 3 4 46-Kokomo . . . ..,. 40 2, 56-New Castle ,,,, ,,,, 3 6 59-Frankfort .... ..,. 3 2 79-Richmond .. . .... 39 50-Marion .... . . .. 24 fLEFTj Forward Brimi Settles leaps high to out-rebound a Xen Castle op- ponent. KRIGHTQ Phil .Uonroe rlrires in for two more 'Kitten points. New, VVRESTLING SQUAD: QROW lj Dan VVegesin, -lohn Barnett, Dan Lowery, Mike Tuttle. CROW 21 liarry Thompson. Jerry Boggs. Phil Balclriclge. Roy Pat- terson. QROW 35 Bill Keep. Dick Conaway. John Pameileau, and Don Green. l'VUI'I1Y sliozrs in the feces of Vruzcli Dick Fisher. Roy Pulfersolz. 0111111011 Green. Asst. Corzclz Leo .llenclz stands in rear. Mal an Two- ime Champ: Swimming Winning three North Central Championships and one individual State championship, Coach Dick Fisher's matmen turned in an impressive season record of 8-1. The wrestling squad finished the season hy placing second in the N.C.C. meet and taking first place in the Muncie Sectional. Below is the seasons record: Muncie ... .. 30 Marion ......... . ... 18 Muncie ... .... 41 Madison Heights .. ... 10 Muncie ... .. 26 Bloomington ... ... 19 Muncie . , , .... 33 Richmond .. . .. 15 Muncie ... .. 24 Kokomo .. ... 20 Muncie . . , . . 36 Anderson .... . . . 16 Muncie ... .. 36 New Albany ... ... 16 Muncie ... ..,. 41 New Castle ... ... 10 Muncie .., .. 20 Ben Davis .. ... 25 KTUIU Dick flUIII1ll'fI-Y llcflj clinclzes ll'I'ff1 1,U,Q'llIIS1IIIl'f opponenl. HSOTTOILIJ Dun l'llt'g'l'NfI1. 95-pozzlzder, figlzls for II pin fil'Ul7l HIlt'lIlIIl1I1!llN SfI'!lfIlI'IIAL1' mutmmz. s 'Cats Newest sf - '!""?2 1 ur, Roy 1JIIff!'l'SUlI, 1271mm11ls Uflflllllj fools IUIE-110111111-1111117 Blllllf If 114:11 P1111 Iilllllllfiht Hu pounds of uhzlzlx tlzirzl in the Slate f0llI'IIL'.Y and fz'1'.wf in the Stuff' Clgflllll H1 c o u zzllul rm zlzspluxuf hu mlznis ul fha N C I 111 rl the .Y.f'.C'. nzvvf. ll'I'fl1 mzoflzm' N K 1 N fapfmzrn, fzutplme 9 The return of a swimming team to Central encouraged many to take up the sport. Out of a large number who tried out, Coach Ernest Sutton chose a total of 15 for these six scheduled meets: SEASON'S RECORD MUNCIE OPPONENTS MUNCIE OPPONENT 16-Southport ......... 69 42-Southport ......... 54 29-Burris . . . . . . 63 1-Burris Invitational 41-Kokomo . . . . . . 54 0-fState Meetj L. llllawg, KTUPJ flflflfll Leu .llvnclz .wlmuxe -John Pl1IlIl'I'1t'fllI fha f1'1'c'l.'s of fllt' lrflflv. IBO T- TOJIJ Sll'fI7IlIII'l1,Q Squml: llfou' I1 -lt'l'l'vX' Fox unrl Ron H'ilI1'nnz.w. flfou' 22 Foucll Ernest Szzltun. Hob ill-III-UH, Huy GriIJhlv. -lim f'ur1zv.w, AIIIAV 1'vnrml, ,W1'kf' .l1l'l,0I1- 11111. flfou' Iij Don Taylor, Ron BI'IlI1l1, Jim Hurrolrl, Tom Kvllunz, Ric'l1f1rclRz'01f. ffllfj Tzzrkwp Bob Noble' rnzrl -Indy Dl'fll1. Sport "-...N-.S KA bore! Jim Nettles and Mike Schranz, seniors and eo-captains, get set for one ofthe many 100-yard practice flashes. KBeIou'j Coaches Wilson c1mIAntonini eonzpare time on fll'I'lfI'fIi'S half- mile relay team who hadjust clocked a I:.'32.8. QROW lj Coach Wilson, R. Williams, B. McCormick, D. Ross, B. Keep, G. Crow, J. Conway, H. Murphy, R. Williams, J. Smith, M. Schranz, J. Nettles. QROW Zj L. Griffin, G. Mitchell, R. Abrams, A. McPhaul, B. Carrigan, D. Green, W. Miller, J. Pam- erleau, D. Dunn, D. Conaway, G. Ledsinger, M. O'Niel, H. Murphy 'Cats Took Relays The Muncie Central Bearcats, defending N.C.C. and Kokomo Relay champions, chosen by most experts to retain these titles, opened their 1960 track season at Notre Dame University, then moved to Indiana University for the world's largest indoor high school track meet, the Hoosier Relays. The out- door season started for Central's trackmen as they defeated Anderson, 63 to 41. Then Marion and Fort Wayne North fell before the power of the Bearcat runners. On April 20, the ,Cats were the victorious host team for the 1960 Muncie Relays, held in its usual regal glory with Miss Charlotte Keisling as queen. Her attendants were Jodie Miller, Juanita Conneley, and Dixie Luellen. From the moment of the royal entrance, however, it was not just the beauty of the court that the enthusiastic gallery applauded, but Central's thin-clads, who scored an 18-point spread over their nearest opponent, Short- ridge. The purple and white emerged with five first- place honors-Mike O'Neil, 100-yd. dash, Rusty Ross, low hurdles, John Smith, broad jump, the two-mile relay team 1Jan Conway, Danny Merri- man, Gary Crow, Mike Schranzj and the 880-yd. relay squad fJim Nettles, Bill McCormick, O'Neil, and Ron Williamsj. The excellent direction of the track team was in charge of Coach Mel Wilson and Assistant Ettore Antonini, with the co-captains, Mike Schranz and Jim Nettles, both seniors. Coach Antonini, head football coach, when asked how he liked his new job as assistant track coach, said, "It was easy, I just traded my football cleats for a pair of track spikesf, At press time it seemed probable that an N.C.C. victory in track would add 25 valuable points to Centralis chances to win the coveted All-Sports con- ference trophy. QROW 31 G. Baker, M. Tomlin, A. Smith, W. Allmon, J. Shields J. Davis, F, Walker, D. Hensley, L. Jones, L. Pryor, J. Boyce, C Brown, D. Merriman. fRow 42 C. Brady, J. Fisher, B. Coyle, T Kegg, E. Wyatt, G. Williams, B. Settles, G. Boyd, E. Frazee, M Hess. KU With Five Firsts t 1960 TRACK SCHEDULE March 22-Notre Dame Relays 26-Hoosier Relays April 1-Anderson ASLB 7-Marion A8zB 12-Ft. Wayne North A8LB 16-Muncie Relays 19-Ft. Wayne South A8zB 23-Kokomo Relays 26-Richmond A8zB 30-NCC Meet May 6-Sectional 13-Regional 21-State fTopj Cornelius Dollison clears the highjump bar atfive-ten with a tremendous leap. fAbovej Central's ace hurdler, Rusty Ross takes a lou' hurdle with grace. VARSITY fRight-Row 11 Herbert Murphy, Jan Conway, Larry Griffin, Bill McCormick, Dan Merriman, Gary Crow, and Jim Nettles.1Row 2j Mel Wilson, coach, Bill Keep, Rusty Ross, Ron Williams, Brian Settles, Mike Schranz, John Smith, Bill Allen, Rich Williams. wv..,.,, .sf 4 Q 'Cats 'Cats 'Cats 'Cats 'Cats 70l6g 71169 63163 53: 523 Muncie Relays ......... . . . Kokomo Relays . , . . . Sectional .,.... . . Regional ,,.. . . , State . . . . 3795 .. . 41, 22V2 ....451A ....56 Richmond . . ....,...... 49 Second Place . . First Place . . First Place Second Place . . Fifth Place wr ,Cigna 232' -. R Z' mis 5' , lg' A, :so Mi Xsgpi av , A 24 4 gf .., XXX , XX f .1 Q 4 M- l we A up Jeri v Eicher, Centrafs number one Carlton Polk gives the ball fl speedy Gary Baney, senior, delivers a hard 1 :5 ' man serves lo an opponent. ride lo the opposite side offlze Court. driving forehu nd across lhe ne! A 0 9C 6 9 J ats ourl lctor 1960 SCHEDULE 1959 SEASON RECORD April 5-at Peru April 28-Lafayette Muncie 6g Bluffton ...... Muncie 43 Kokomo . . April 7-Bluffton May 3-at Tech Muncie -23 Ft. W. South Muncie 3g Burris .... April 14-Ft. Wayne South May 9-at Kokomo Muncie 13 Peru .....,... Muncie 25 Richmond . April 19-Logansport April 21-Frankfort April 22-Ft. Wayne South April 26-Richmond fRow 1, Jim Stevenson, Carlton Polk, Jerry Eicher, Gary Baney, and David Greeting, fRow 22 Eddie Miller, Alan Schreiber, Max Douglas, Coach Ed Olsen, Bob Johnson, and Steve Cooper. May 10-at Anderson Muncie lg Logansport . . . May 12-New Castle Muncie 1g Lafayette .... May 19-Marion Muncie 43 Frankfort .... CUnscheduled Burris Invit.J Muncie 23 Tech ......... Muncie 43 Anderson . Muncie 73 New Castle Muncie 45 Marion .... Muncie 15 Burris .... Mn-v-5 fRow U Dave Thompson, Steve Chase, Gerald Lanich, Roy Patter- son, Terry Williams, Charles Ayers. fRow 21 John Barnett, Norman Foster, Jack Quirk, Ron Schepp, Jim Clevenger, Dean Boyle. fRow 3, Dick Campbell, Jim Patterson, Dave Clevenger, Gene Reagan, Ted Roetken, Dick Hughes. Coach Carl Adams is not pictured. K, Ulf! damsmen ad I4-Game Card April April April April April May May 7 19 21 26 28 2 4 1960 SCHEDULE Royerton Marion Logansport Anderson Kokomo Hartford City Madison Heights 1959 SEASON RECORD Muncie 25 Lafayette ..... Muncie 3g Richmond .... Muncie 93 Marion ...... Muncie 43 Logansport . . Muncie 15 Anderson .... Muncie 2g Kokomo ...... Muncie 55 Hartford City 9 2 3 3 4 3 4 May May May May May May May Frankfort New Castle Middletow n Royerton Tech Richmond Lafayette Muncie 113 Madison Hts Muncie 5g Frankfort Muncie 153 Middletown Muncie 03 New Castle Muncie 59 Hartford City Muncie 10g Royerton Muncie 93 Royerton hard thrown ball to put Ronnie Schepp out atfirst base. iltl fx w- f Y 1 K J 5 5 Jack Quirk catches line - I.. drive. 1 K l 4 4 E Dick Hughes latches on to a T, 'x if je' GOLF: QRow 11 David Kidd, Dan Bartlett, Dave Rutter, Lonnie 1Row 21 Jack Voisard, Larry Cook, Owen Lucas, Harry Nipp, Lorance. Gary Linsey. Joe Coulson. Walter Miller, Bill Bartlett, Coach Ernest Sutton. Seven e s Returned To Golf Crew IW, 1960 SCHEDULE April 19-New Castle April 21-at Anderson April 22-Union City April 23-Hagerstown April 26-at Marion April 29-Richmond Muncie 103 Muncie 12g Union City . . Muncie 11 Muncie 65 Hagerstown . Muncie 9 Muncie 12g Muncie 7Vzg May May May May May May May N 1959 SEASON RECORD Anderson . . . 0 Muncie 7g 3 3 Anderson . . . 4 9 3 Ft. W. South . 3 Richmond . . . 3 Anderson . . 716 2-Batesville 3-Anderson 6-Richmond 6-Ft. Wayne South 9-New Castle 10-Marion 12-Ft. Wayne South Richmond . . . 8 Muncie 115 Marion ..... 4 Muncie 6Vzg Muncie 8g Muncie 12g New Castle 81A Ft. W. South . 7 Marion ...... 3 Muncie 53 New Castle .10 Tied f3rdj in N.C.C. Meet fLeftj 'tHere's mud in your eye" by Lonnie Lorance. fRightj Dan Bartlett demonstrates a terrific tee shot. ey Held T e elns fTopj Athletzc Dzreclor Fred McKmley presents the newly added Jumor Varszty awards to grzdder Carl Brou n as Brzan Settles and Charles Brady ual! to recezue thezrs lBottomj Central s student man agers Jzm Winters Bob Pamter Doug Church and Rex Goen Leo Mench Ed Olsen George Punzelt Carl Adams Ettore Al'lfJ0l'llHl Baseball Football Asst T G 1 Dick Flsher Wrestlmg Asst Football Ray Aw lla Tleket, Manager Homer Rlce Field House MZHBQGI Bob Heeter Asst Basketball John Longfellow Fred McK1nley Basketball Athletlc N Ernest Sutton Hal Warren Mel Wllson Asst Fgotbally Tenms Asst Football Golf SWlII1l'l'l1I'1g Athletlc Equlpment Track, Cross Country Asst Wrestlmg Manager 1' , . Q N 'B 4 C Y ' ' f K LX -1,-Q: . . V51 F A l ' 8 'V I Q I Y w e- 3: ' 3, i-.3 , is 54 Aj . J X ., a N ' ' I ' . y if W ' . s 41 3 Ns., A . v V . . ' . i , V ' I - 1 H ' 1 ff , I . . X 1 ,1 1 x l X Peopl - The beat of 2,000 hearts . . . the steps 0f4,000 feet . . . the blend of 2,000 voices . . . the bounce ofa basketball . . . the whim' ofa sewing machine - all these mark the pace ofCent1'al's people, 21 pace that is the rhythm of' our 1'l1apsutly. i I :,,.1""ff1'w l X 'N jf, X' 'fi 'Z Mg A 41, ,mf 6wa5,'r'QW1 ' if 1, ,,,Jw,W1giv , "' A' 1 f Qing: ' if-, ":' W 0 if art 315,31 ' Q 4 g1:.,f,:?'f",' A If W J' X gems-:aSgE,if ..3z'rgig, -fir. 4: , ' 'AN " J gi- KN XAQ Y QMv'4Q1QQg W yt '7' M '5'5lf2 ?f '. A lf? X fff' Z1 h 1 W M' Q ,Q gig, any fs if ,:-fav-'Afrfemiw-U-i I, K fag3,3t,g f, 5'-Q gang R 1 f I .f ,A 1 2 'I ,q ik if 5fiif?ff1l' 5 A k -.+f Y vA",l2g ' P35 fx g I 5 yf .i 3 ' 5 'swf' :QW Vx "ff :Nl':f1,,.N - M i , 2 Us-fx 19' M -.?'?'g , , It 7 'LK f 5 K . Q wa SRP 19.5 ' A Q- fig A ,N .4 1' L--M-w ' .X 'f "fV fmifi '.,-A N WWMN'-21", 'Ag Q ' . A 1' 32s y N 'W'-us-..,.......fs,.w 'F , M ff f ' X ' 4 . ' is A A Qgjg, i, as mt' . 3 Q at Y Q an X jj , vm X, . 'N- ' . 'l'h.. ,ww new X 1 iL:i5 "an.i "'b'Q""""""""" 1 'n f 7 x 'wif Q H Q? A , ,iv J., :'- '. .:,. - ,ww in 4 wg? in iw' v""' Mr. John Paul Huffman, Centrafs smiling principal, checks through the schoolls alhletic files, one of the many duties in his daily routine as being Muncie CentraI's bossman and guide. ltls possible for a Centralite to attend school for an entire year and never hold a conversation with a dean or principal. But the fact that Central's ad- ministrators are there when a student needs them- and many do!-gives the school stability and secur- ity it could not otherwise have. Heading the '59-'60 supervising group of admini- strators was Mr. John Huffman, who has served as principal of CHS for two years. The jobs of any leader make a long list. However, Mr. Huffman al- ways seemed to make time to do each well. Overseeing not only Central but also all other Muncie Community Schools was the tremendous job of Dr. N. Durward Cory, superintendent, and the Board of Education. Aiding the principal in administrative duties were Mr. Fred McKinley, assistant principal and athletic director, Mr. Robert Gibson, assistant principal and dean of boys, Mr. Ruben Merrell, assistant princ- ipal at the Trade School, and Mrs. Mary Etta Sutton, dean of girls. Counseling for college, making out students' pro- grams were jobs of Mrs. Edith Crawley, director of counseling services. . 1 0ur 'Chiefs' Solve T e Big roblems f MR. ROBERT GIBSON Assistant Principal and Dean of Boys MRS. MARY E'I'I'A SUTTON Dean of Girls The members of the Board of Edu- cation of the Muncie community schools are fR0w ll Eugene Clock, presidentg and Norman K. Durham, treasurer. QROw 21 John Wesley Wray, secretaryg Ralph Dennisg and Dr. Glynn Rivers. MRS. EDITH J. CRAWLEY Director of Counseling Services MR. FRED McKINLEY Asst. Principal and Athletic Director DR. N. DURWARD CORY Superintendent of Schools MR. RUBEN MERRELL Asst. Principal at Trade School Q. if-fl KHOVV lj - CARL ADAMS - Driver Education: Baseball. MRS. NOHMA tBARKl BEYMER - Homemakingg l".H.A. CLYDE ALLMON - Englishg Orbil. ETTORE ANTONINI - MISS ESTHER BARTLETT - Social Studies, WILLIAM D. Physical Educationg ,ll Vlub, Head Football Couch. RAMON BASINGER - Art: Ar! Club, SUIJIIUHIUIAI'51201151111 AVILA - Mathematics: Mulli Club, Alhletic Ticket Manager. , W Lf 2. i f . . ,.. N ,A K, , . if-' .-we qi-I -L Ldf?QgQ, . ' .. ' .5552 ff f . QM. . , ., ' 2 . , .ha ., .t. , .3 . H--vX 1.40" ".-33' iv -cs' KRUWZQ-ERNEST H, BUYER-Musicg Choral Groupx. WIL- MICHAEL-Art Department Head: A1'll'lub. RDBEli'l' CAR- LIAM A. BURNETTE-Mathematics, Science, Trade School. MICHAEL - Health, Driver Education. MRS. ANN CLARK - FREDERICK W. BURT - Supervisor Industrial Arts, Trade Home Economics, Senior Sponsor, F.H..-I. School. MRS. BERNICE BURTON - English. PAUL CAR- IROWSD-KENNETH D. COULSON-Distributive Education, Director fIC'l1ll'!1l.4llIllfEI'L'I1lI1g School, School Placemen! Service, Distributirc Education C'lub. NEIL VV. DAILY-Business Educa- tion, Department Head. MRS. ADLAI G. DALBY - Librarian' Lll7I'fII1V l'lub. JAMES W. DAVIDSON - Physical Education v Health Education, Driver E d u c at i 0 n. MRS. MAR-IORIE DENTON-Social Studies. DELMAR DOOLEY-Industrial Ed- ucation. Trade School. ROBERT E. DWIGGINS-Instrumental Music: Orchestra Director, Assistant Band Director. ectures, cas, Creative hrislmas Cards Beginning the social year for the teachers is the Faculty Tea, which is held to introduce new faculty members to their colleagues. Although not social events, two in-training days were included this year to bring the Hteachingn days up to the number re- quired by Indiana State law. Those sessions, held on Saturdays, are for discussions and lectures. Giving the cafeteria a gay atmosphere this year were the teachers, varied and unusual Christmas cards on the bulletin board, a new feature of their Christmas Tea. Because there are too many teachers for WiffsfifffiQ1SfEilEQ3.TtZ,'T1752i'L'sJH.2I,if 1fi2f'Fi'f'13:'.ui3iiiXiiM6'ii'ElMQii'1Sl-H121GLQ iilil t A- W partment Head. CHARLES RICHARD FISHER' - Health. Physical lflduc-ation. IJl'lY8l'ECll1C2'lll0l1Q "B" Team Football, VarsiI5 Wrestling. n acuIly's erm Schedule the entire faculty to have their meetings at the same time, the teachers held their meetings in shifts. Because of the time difference, conferences were usually held at 3:00 for those who finished the day then, and at 4:00 for those who completed the day at that time. "Slcfpc'." Us he is lszwuw In his stzulwifs. nzczkcs l'.H.S. halls ring: ll'I'fll the music of the choir zrlziclz he lZlll'l'l'fS there. . i f 'i ' KRQWQD - MISS DOROTHY L. KRIEGER- Homemaking, LAURA LINDEN-Languages, Department Headg French Club Guidance. WILLIAM In. LANGDON - English. ROBERT P. Spanish Club. JOHN LONGFELLOW - Mathematicsg Head LEMASTER-Industrial Arts, Trade School. OWEN F. LEMNA Bczsketball Coach. MISS MARJORIE LUCE - School Nurse - Business Education, Guidanceg Sophomore Sponsor. MISS Cheer Block. eachers Fly, nit, rite And ollect Central teachers are like their students in that they donlt spend their time exclusively on their many school duties. Faculty members manage to squeeze many varied and interesting hobbies into their schedules. Some of the more favorite of these hobbies and interests of the faculty are sports - mainly baseball, basketball, swimming, tennis and hunting. Quite a few of the male teachers men- tioned flying as a hobby, whereas several of the women faculty members listed golf, knitting, an- tiques and home decorating. A few of the ambi- tious instructors even listed free-lance writing as an extra-curricular interest. Several of the Trade School teachers listed ll! IROW U-JOSEPH M. HANSEN-Business Education. EARL HARGER-English, Trade School. MRS. RUTH BALL HARKER-Homemaking. VVILLIAM HARRIS - Science: Science Club. fROW2j-SHERMAN L. JOHNSON-Industrial Arts, Trade School. MRS. BE'I"I'Y JONES-Languages, Libraryg Library Club. MALCOLM -IULIAN-English. MISS KATHARINE H. KING-Physical Education, Health Education: Cheering Block. Q0 'gr 'Q' KROWID - MRS. EVELYN MCCULLOUGH - Homemakingg Sophomore Sponsor. RUSSELL T. MCNUTT - Social Studies, Department Head. MISS JOAN Mc- TQURNAN-Homemaking. Department Head: F.H.A. CHARLES MARCUS-Bust ness Educationg Senior Sponsor. Hats In 'Spare Time' farming among their interests while others pre- ferred fishing to all other free-time occupations. Some of the unusual avocations mentioned were ballroom dancing, exploring, collecting hats, and coin collecting. One original person even men- tioned "solving problemsl' as a favorite pastime. XVII: John Longfellow, CE'HfI'Gl'S cool 'Cal coach, 'gets serious" at a pep session. 4 X Mr. Langdon enjoys coffee, one of the lux- uries ofthe neuly added English office. fROW3j-GLENN A. STEPLETON-Music, Department Headg Choral Groups. MISS DRUCILLA J. STILLWAGON-English, Dramag Stage Door, Thespians. ERNEST E. SUTTON-Health Education, Driver Education, Physical Educationg Golf, Swim- ming, MISS HELEN L. SWARTZ-Social Studies: Bible Club DR. W. J. WAGONER-Business Educationg Student Handbook MISS MARILYN WALTZ-Business Education. HAL B. WAR REN-Mathematicsg Athletic Equipment Manager. MRS, LOIS T. WE BSTE R-Homemakingg FHA. nslruclors id ' pprentices' s They Not limiting their time to teaching students, faculty members at Central High School are critic teachers and annually supervise many student teachers from Ball State Teachers College and, oc- casionally, from Indiana and Purdue Universities. A student teacher must spend 32 teaching hours and 16 observing hours to receive credit from his respective school. Many of the student teachers are Central graduates who come back in order to teach other Centralites and to be students under their former high school instructors. Among the many activities 5Z2'SZZe'ci'JS'Eifi9QBRU5vii'1'E3rirT15f15ALSZ'E2iJ5aEaXA,'MsEic'Zxii1fiiQ'15'vifiii Iiiilf - Business Education. learn 0 Educate s of student teachers, besides conducting and oh- serving classes, are helping the teacher make out tests and assignments and participating in extra- curricular meetings and projects with their stu- dents. And, they generally have a voice in the grades that the students receive. The flllffffllllks. Pl'I-Hl'l'1J!l1IllIIl Mrs. John Ijfllll.IlhlillllffIlllfflblj'1,11 sr-lmul spirif. ll 11113 S4'l'IIl' ul Il fkmllmli gunzr' l'l'l'l-f.Iil'N, "' 0 lr IAQ EA 'Or 2 2. , Q A . . , COUNSELING OFFICE ASSISTANTS: -lam-I Talilinvii. Ruby Davis. Saundra .lestcr and Hut- -lollillc, DEAN OF BOYS OFFICE ASSISTANTS: QRow 11l.ucySpahr. f'arol l'l0lllIlQL0l'.2lll!ll'l1XlllSllillIlII1I1I1fl.fROW'21llHl1l12i1Vl'lJl1. .-Xdine Mace. Linda Baker. and Linda 1l2Ill,'Xl'SClK1l.fRllW' 31 Carol Taiiberi. Nancy Cruea. Vaiol Snodgrass. Linda llcinalkus. and Ann Pamerleau. fRow 41 Norma Evans. Beverly Morris. Muriel Webb. Clarol Zion and Sandy Scliniidl, f 'f' Z DEAN OF GIRLS OFFICE ASSISTANTS: fRow 11-Iudy Gray. Sara Kerrigan. and Dcblvii-1'lzirk. tRow 21 Pain Haines. Connie Nickols. and -lane l'lnircli. tRow 31 Farol l-'raze-r.Sliai'o1i Dickson. Linda Hall. and Emily Barker, fRow 41f'arol1Villiams.Kathy Nlurpliy. l,inrla l':1lycrI. :uid Bm-cky C'mipcl'. ffice ssistanls Prove Efficient Pass slips being delivered . . . telephones ring- ing . . . absence slips waiting to be collected. But never fear: these jobs weren't kept waiting by Cen- tral's efficient student office assistants. If it weren't for those "busy gals" in the heart of Central. the offices would certainly bog down. Girls of the dean of boys' office had regular "beats" which they walked during their assigned periods in the office to pick up reports of students who were not in class. Collecting pass slips. deliver- ing important communications and performing other jobs were among the responsibilities of these reliev- ers of the regular secretaries. These helpers in the principal's office learned the art of figuring out the massive rows of buttons on the switchboard. Alpha- betizing, filing and sorting of all kinds of cards, es- pecially enrollment and program cards. are also big jobs which are completed in all offices by student helpers. PRINCIPAL'S ASSISTANTS: Debbie Vlark, Sylvia Davis and Alice Jean Mcflellan. Ufflce Personnel Perform uhes Sklllfull Round and xound goes the vx heel of Centxdl and wlthout ou1 offlce secletalles lt would SL1l6lX Qtop ln a Ven sholt tune F01 theee offlee gals the telephone seemed to llflg endleselx and the hne of pews shp seekele seemed lllfllllte Stacks of 13102121111 and enlollment CElIClSpl0N1d6Cl in ilph ihellflng 10h vshleh Although tlme LOIISUITHIIQ wae done Ql11LlxlX md effluentlx by theee huew wo1ke1Q CHS Q flnanees We1e taken Cale of hx the fmanual seuetalx vxhlle a new offlce ercecutwe the leglstxar buqllv kept the IGLOIOQ of Centl xl s 7 400Cent1 alltes DOROTHY SCHAEFER l'1nanu1lSec1etd1w DOROTHY BARTLE SQCI etarv to Head of T1 ade School """"'?' JEANNE PAMERLEAU NANCY WILLIAMS Qguet nx to Dc in 0' Glll RLLQIJUOIUSI and Asst QQCIQI in CAROLE HULL Senretarw to Dean of Bow Sguctfnv to Athletle Duutor RUANN QHINN EILEEN BROWN HELEN McCOLLUM Seuetarv to Couneehng D11 ector Regwtmr 1 7 . , V ., y' u in y 1 u nl u ' y w . v -. Y . , , ' x sn vs ' 7 ' , L L', ' nel . . ., . , . . i ' 1 I f E 1 v I Y. f - 1 .'. ' v I v 4 . c c 1 . , - . Y ,. A , . 7 ,Z 1 x v v 1 A 1 ' ' 1-K -,gil N, . 1 w - 4 Y - i v . . x , . ,. , , , V A K 5 ' ' . . . , . i . . . . . ., . ., , . l . , 1 . , ' or . 1 ..4, L .. ,Q 2 Q Y' n': V' .- 1 -v 1 . A K N ' fy ' 1. 4 - '- I- V . A ' by ' A- L I 1 l A x A fl: rim X 7 1- . vi 5 -5 emi- il..L'9 i eet Mr. nd Popular, ambitious, Well-groomed and loyal are fitting adjectival modifiers to describe Central's Mr. and Miss Magician for 1960-Stuart Gray and Connie Seagrave, seniors-who were chosen for this honor by their classmates. Mr. and Miss Magician candidates are chosen on the basis of good citizenship, good grades, extra- curricular activities, and pleasing personality. Stuart, who is president of Book Guild, also participated in Honor Society as vice president, JCL, Boys' Block and Math Club. He also has served as president of Baptist Youth Fellowship and as vice chairman of the United Christian Youth Movement. To enter Purdue University and become a nuclear physicist are ambitions which he has planned for after graduation. STUART GRA Y, who dreams of becoming a nuclearphysicist, could be found working overtime in the school's chemistry lab. But laboring among the test tubes and Bunsen burners did not make an introvert of "Stu,"for his personality and activities have won him the title of 'Mr. Magician, 1960. " Miss agician Connie, who was 1959 Relays Queen and a member of Senior Finance Committee, plans to enter nurse's training at Ball Memorial Hospital in September. Besides serving as cheerleader for her three years at CHS, Connie was a member of Youth Forum, Honor Society, and Tri-Hi-Y. Blue-eyed Connie also served as a member of her Sophomore and Junior Councils. Connie and Stuart agree that being chosen for 1960 Mr. and Miss Magician is a great honor, but each was told in different ways of being selected. Stuart was at a record hop when the editor let him know of his appointment, and Connie was told in her chemistry class. "Actually," laughs Connie, "I couldn't really hear exactly what she said, but when I finally understood, she really said a lot!,' CON NIE SEAGRA VE will be remembered by many as the friendly girl wearing purple and white who cheered proudly for our Bearcats, along with other cheerleaders such as Shirley Andes, junior fabove leftj. But other honors also have won Connie the coveted title of "Miss Magician, 196'0." -wa- 'Z +14 i 4 ,HK 5, -1 NBMXR if fx 01 ,W W 'S :rf , """y nd" """T.S iL Q , N f . W1 . in 'mr' '.A X HY 'mu' qp-..f:v- -I-if .SJ A' QROW 21 James Armstrong, Gene Arnold, Torn Arrington. Janice Ashton, lion Atkins, Shirley Atkins, Mike Austin, Mary Jo Avery. Judy Ayers, Linda Baker. IROW 51 Jacqueline Biehl, Lynn Bell, Alfred Bellomy, Gerald Ben- nett, -James Bennett, Barbara Berry, Sandra Blair, Ruth Blanken- ship. Carol Blocher, Jerry Boggs. tllow 11 Dwight Adams I Larry J. Adams 0 Sharon Adams: Concert Choir. Soph. Council. Girls' Glee Club, Cheer Block. Tri- Hi-Y O Wanda Kay Albersonz Concert Choir. Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y. FHA 0 Jim Allen: Soph., Jr. Councils, Boys' Block. Bible Club 0 Mary Lee Allen: Girls' Glee Club, Cheer Block, FTA 0 Janice Anderson 0 Sandi Anderson: Jr Council, Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block, Y-Teens 0 Charles G. Arbogast: Boys Block. Hi-Y 0 Carolyn Armstrong: Soph, Council. fRow 21 James Armstrong: JCL 0 Gene Arnold: Band, Orches- tra. Math Club O Tom Arrington: Sr. Council, Cross Country. Basketball. Track. Boys' Block 0 Janice Elaine Ashton: Cheer Block. FHA. Art Club 0 Don Lee Atkins 0 Shirley June Atkins 0 Michael Austin 0 Mary Jo Avery: FHA. Munsonian 0 Judy Ayers: Y'Teens 0 Linda Suanne Baker: Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y, FTA. JCL. Y-Teens, Math Club. French Club. lRow 31 Phillip Bruce Baldridge: Wrestling 0 Sharon M. Ball: Concert Choir, Soph., Jr.. Sr. Councils,T1'i-HisY, Bible Club 0 Gary Baney: Honor Society. Purdue Legislative Assembly, U.N. Model Assembly. Basketball. Tennis. JCL, Jr. and Sr. Class President 0 Virginia L. Banks: Cheer Block, 'Y-Teens, JCI. 0 Donnie Duane Barber: "Dino" 0 Sally Jo Barker: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club 0 Carol Ann Barley: Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y, FTA, JCL 0 Mary Ann Barlow: "Dino," t'Gidget," Girls' Glee Club, Cheer Block, FTA, Stage Door 0 Gale Elaine Barnett: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club 0 John Barnett: Wrestling, Baseball, Youth Forum. Boys' Block. JCL, "M" Club. CROW 41 Rebekah Barnes: Honor Society, Orchestra. Cheer Block. FTA, JCL 0 Dan Bartlett: Golf, Boys' Block, JCL "M" Club 0 Laverne Barton: Concert Choir 0 Judith Rae Bauman: Concert Choir, Cheer Block 0 Dennis L. Baxter 0 Paul F. Beall: Sr. Council. Boys' Block, EYA O John Beard 0 David Beaty: Sr. and Jr. Class Vice President, Band, Boys' Block, Hi-Y, JCL, Math Club 0 Nancy Ailean Beaty: FHA, DF. Club 0 Nancy Beck: Cheei' Block, FTA, FHA, Y-Teens. JCL. fRow 51 Jacqueline Biehl: FHA, Bible Club 0 Lynn Ray Bell 0 Alfred L. Bellomy 0 Gerald Douglass Bennett 0 James G. Bennett: Boys' Block 0 Barbara Joyce Berry: Tri-Hi-Y 0 Sandra Blair: Honor Society, Cheer Block, FTA, Spanish Club, French Club 0 Ruth Blakenship: Cheer Block 0 Carol Ann Blocher: Soph. Council, Girls' Block. Tri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens 0 Jerry Boggs: Wrestling. 105 045 -Q' QROW U Walter Boguske 0 Michael Boling: Senior Council 0 Ron Bonham: Concert Choir. Basketball. JCL. "M" Club O David G. Bonneau: Boys' Block, Hi-Y 0 Joseph E. Bonner: Concert Choir. Football, Track 0 George Bonner: Concert Choir, Cross Country. Track 0 Glendola Lenell Book 0 Barbara Book- out: Honor Society, U.N. Model Assembly. Girls' State, Book Guild, Cheer Block. Stage Door, Spanish Club. Thespians 0 Mar- ilyn Sue Boomer: Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. JCL, Honor Society 0 Carol Ann Bouslog: JCL. fRow 25 Drucilla Bowling: Girls' Glee Club 0 Jo Borders 0 Dean Boyle: Baseball, Boys' Block, JCL, "M" Club 0 Shirley Sue Boyle: "Dino," Junior Play, Stage Door 0 Nancy Sue Boyer: Concert Choir O William M. Bradbury 0 Julius Bradley 0 Ar- thur C. Branson: Football 0 Christine Branson 0 Willen Branson. tRow 21 Edward Karl Bratton: Boys' Block O James Harold Breedlove 0 Jane Ann Brimhall: Concert Choir, Sr. Council, Girls' Glee Club, Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y 0 Dennis Brown: Boys' Block, Hi-Y 0 Marcella Brown: Girls' Glee Club 0 Martha Ruth Brown: JCL. "Moods" 0 Linda Jane Browning: Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y, FTA, Y-Teens, Art Club, D.E. Club. Library Club, "Moods" 0 Joe Broyles: Boys' Block, JCL. Math Club 0 Marga- ret Elaine Buchanan: Band, Girls' Glee Club, FHA 0 Genevieve Buck: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club. QRow 4D Jerry Buffington: EYA 0 Michael Bump: Magician, U.N. Model Assembly, Soph.. Sr. Councils. Football. Boys' Block, JCL, Math Club, i'Mo0ds" 0 Harold Burch: Boys' Block, Hi-Y 0 Mary Diana Burks: Concert Choir, Sr. Council. Girls' Glee Club, Y-Teens 0 Janet Kay Burns: Tri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens I Mike Burton 0 Sharon Ann Bybee: Honor Society, Munsonian Editor- in4Chief, Purdue Legislative Assembly. Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y, JCL, Debate Club, Quill and Scroll 0 Linda Louise Byers: Con- cert Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Cheer Block, "Moods" 0 Doris Jean Byrd: DH. Club 0 Dick Campbell: Baseball. 1Row 5j Nancy Ruth Campbell: Cheer Block. Y-Teens 0 Rita Dea Campbell: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Cheer Block, Y- Teens 0 Doris Elaine Carey: Orchestra. FHA. "Moods,' 0 Bob Carnes: Honor Society, Band, JCL, Orchestra. Soph., Jr.. Sr. Councils, Cross Country, Track, "Moods" 0 James R. Carnes: Concert Choir, Sr. Council, Swimming, Boys' Block, Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Art Club 0 Pamela Sue Carpenter: Munsonian. Jr. Coun- cil, Cheer Block, Spanish Club, D.E. Club 0 Sandra Kay Carpen- ter: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Y-Teens 0 Stephen W. Carroll 0 Harry E. Cartwright: JCL, French Club 0 Dorothy Caten. fRow 11 Walter Boguske, Michael Boling, Ron Bonham, David Bonneau, Joe Bonner. George Bonner. Glendola Book, Barbara Bookout. Marilyn Boomer. Carol Bouslog. QROW 31 Karl Bratton, James Breedlove. Jane Brimhall, Dennis Brown, Marcella Brown, Martha Brown, Jane Browning, Joe Broyles. Elaine Buchanan, Genevieve Buck. Q Typ: .Q EQ? ' l l I 5 I 5 .IA di EEN W' x .,, 1 A my 'wg 4 , W ' J H v fn V? kwa- ' E I ' 4 if W if M r li s :H ,. 1 .AA,1 m i f ri 4 5 v 1 "'i' ' ' ,f we , ' , VK ,,,. U ik'-XR Www ..... Maw 353 ...- E! , ISS. ' 1 X w .Q is Q '., Q-15' wvlffmsffi if A 9,4 is f I ff' rw-..-uw 'Qs 'ax lx'- "Wx...,,N fRow 21 Freda Clemens, Betty Cleveland, David Clevenger. Jean Ann Clevenger, Jerry Clevenger, Janet Cole, Ladonna Cole, Stephen Cole, Gerry Collard, Jack Collins. QROW 51 Marilyn Craig, Carolyn Cranor, Jerre Creske, Juliann Cromer, Donald Crose, Greta Crouch, Joseph Crouch, Clyde Crouse, Gary Crow, Nancy Cruea. it "':1" -si 'iv slr fI:'3?' K 'is ni N MFG ui ' HMP lRow 11 Joseph W. Chan: Honor Society, Boys' Block. Boys' State. 'tliinof' Youth Forum. Book Guild. Hi-Y. Thespians 0 Toni QChandler1Carothers 0 Stephen J. Chase: Jr. Council, VVrestl- ing. Baseball. Boys' Block. Hi-Y. Spanish Club 0 Sharon Kay Chastain: Tri-Hi-Y. FHA, Y-Teens 0 Jane Church: Band. Cheer Block, JCL, "Moods," French Club 0 Barbara Clark 0 Deborah Jane Clark: Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block, FHA, Library Club 0 Gene P. Clark 0 Mary Ann Clark: Honor Society, Jr. Council, FTA, FHA, Y-Teens. Spanish Club. Bible Club 0 Kenneth Arthur Clark. 1Row 21 Freda Jean Clemens: Gi1'ls'Glee Club 0 Betty Cleve- land 0 David Clevenger: Hand, Baseball, Boys' Block, Hi-Y, JCL, UM" Club, "Moods" O Jean Ann Clevenger: Cheer Block 0 Jerry Dean Clevenger: Soph. Council 0 Janet Cole: Tri-Hi-Y 0 La- donna Sue Cole: Honor Society, Band, Orchestra, Girls' Glee Club, "Moods," FTA, JCI., Math Club 0 Stephen Cole: Football, Cross Country. Track 0 Gerry L. Collard: Band, Hi-Y O Jack Collins: Boys' Block, Hi-Y, JCL. fRow 31 Judy fWhite1 Collins: Jr. Council I Mike Collins 0 Tom Collins: Golf. Boys' Block. Hi-Y. Science Club 0 Larry E. Con- don: Boys' Block. Spanish Club 0 Juanita Conley: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club. Youth Forum. Cheer Block. Y-Teens I Peggy Jo Conley: Soph.. Jr. Councils. Junior Play, Cheer Block, "Dino." Tri- Hi-Y, Stage Door. Art Club 0 Mary Edna Connell: FHA. Y- Teens, Spanish Club. French Club. Art Club O Betty Sue Conner: Band, Math Club. Art Club. Honor Society O John Conrad: Hi-Y, Soph., Jr, Councils 0 Jan Conway: Concert Choir, Soph. Council, Cross Country. Track, Boys' Block. QRow 41 Marilyn J. Cook: Band, Orchestra, "Moods," Math Club 0 Norman James Cook: Boys' Block 0 Rebekah Fay Cooper O Donald Eugene Coovert 0 Sharon Louise Corbin: Sr. Coun- cil, Band, Orchestra, JCL, Girls' Glee Club, "Moods,,' Honor So- ciety l Lesa Cotton 0 James G. Cox: JCL, Honor Society 0 Jerry Cox: Wrestling, Swimming 0 Margaret Cox: Cheer Block. Tri- Hi-Y, Y-Teens, JCL 0 Toni Lee Cox: Jr. Council, Tri-Hi-Y. JCL, Math Club, Art Club, D.E. Club. fRow 51 Marilyn Craig: Concert Choir 0 Carolyn Cranor 0 Jer- re L. Creske: Football, Youth Forum. Boys' Block 0 Juliann Cromer: Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y. FTA, Honor Society 0 Donald E. Crose: Band, Sr. Council, Cross Country, Boys' Block. JCL 0 Greta Rhea Crouch: Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, "Moods" 0 Joseph C. Crouch: Football, Track 0 Clyde E. Crouse 0 Gary Crow: Soph., Sr. Councils, Cross Country, Track, Wrestling, Boys' Block. Club 0 Nancy Lee Cruea: Concert Choir. Cheer Block, Spanish Club, "Moods" 109 oil QRow 11 Stephen Crum: Honor Society. Concert Choir. CN. Model Assembly. Football. Boys' Block, JCI.. Science Club. "Moods" 0 Mamie Cunningham: Girls' Glee Club. Art Club 0 Pam Cunningham I Judy Cunnington: Sopli. Council. Cheer Block. FTA. FHA 0 Mary Jane Current: Soph.. Sr. Councils. Youth Forum. Book Guild. Cheer Block. JCL. Honor Society 0 Christine Curts: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club 0 Carol Custred 0 John Dampier: Basketball 0 Jerry Lee Daniel: Soph Council. Basketball 0 Joyce Ann Daulton. QROw 21 David Morgan Davidson: Soph. Council. RYA O James William Davis: Basketball. "M" Club 0 Lorna Shellveana Davis 0 Sylvia Kay Davis: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Iilock, FHA. Y-Teens 0 Sandy Davison: Y-Teens O Dick Dawson: Boys' Block 0 Sara Jo Dawson: JCI,. "Dino." "Our Town." Cheer Block. Stage Door. French Club. Art Club. Thespians 0 Dana D. Deadman: Cheer Block. FHA. 'I'ri-C Club 0 Dorothy Ellen Deane 0 Lillian Decker. tRow 31 Paula Deerr: Cheer Block. FTA. JCI. 0 Dianne Deis: I'.N. Model Assembly. FTA. French Cltib. Bible Club 0 Jule Marie DeJager: Honor Society. Magician Editor-in-I'hiell I'.N. Model Assembly. Sr. Cotincil. "Our Town." Cheer Block. Quill and Scroll, Thespians 0 Jerry Delk: Football, Baseball. Boys' Block. "M" Club 0 James Denney 0 Larry W. Dennis: Band. Orchestra I Charmaine Deubncr 0 Diana Kay Dice: Girls' Glee Club 0 Robert Wayne Dick: Soph.,S1'. Councils, Basketball. Track, "M" Club 0 Nancy Jane Dickens: Magician. "Dino." "Our 'I'own." "Gidg:et." JCL. Cheer Block, Stage Door, Thespians. 1Row 41 Karen Dickson: Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens. JCII. DF. Club 0 Sharon Dickson: Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens. JCI.. Math Club 0 John M. Dinwiddie: Basketball 0 Concetta Bryant Dollison: Nlunsonian. Girls' Glee Club. -ICI. O Cornelius Dollison: Track 0 Phyllis D. Donhauser: Munsonian. Cheer Block. 'I'1i-Hi-Y. F'I'A. JCI.. Art Club 0 Linda Kay Donovan: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y 0 Cynthia Doolittle: Honor Society. Orchestra. Concert Choir. I'urtIue Legislative Assembly. Soph, Council. FTA. "Moods" 0 Judith Carol Douglass: FHA. Y-Teens 0 Michael J. Douglass: Soph.. Jr. Council. Hi-Y. -ICI.. Hoysi Block. "Gidget." fliow 51 Barbara Doyle 0 Jackie Sue Drown: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club. JCI, 0 Carolyn Lea Dudlcy: Munsoniun, Iianrl. Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block. FHA. -ICI. 0 Monte Dudley 0 Martha Jo Duke: Sopli. Council. Junior Play, Cheer Block. Y-Teens. Stage Iloor 0 Betty Jean Duncan: FHA 0 Delynn Durham: Ilonor Society. JCL. Girls' Glee Club. 'I'ri- Hi-Y. Spanish Club I Jerry Lee Eicher: Jr. Council, Tennis. Boys' Block. JCI.. Math Club. Club I Eddie Enterkin: Boys' Block I Janet Elaine Epperson: Concert Choir. Sopli.. Jr. Council. Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Hlock. Tri-Hi-Y. A QROW 11 Stephen Crum, Mamie Cunningham, Pain Cunningham, Judy Cunnington. Mary Jane Current. Christine Curts, Carol Cus- tred, -Iohn Dampier. Jerry Daniel, Joyce Daulton. QROw 31 Paula Deerr. Dianne Deis, Julie De-lager. Jerry Delk, James Denney. Larry Dennis. Charmaine Deubner. Diana Dice, Robbie Dick, Nancy Dickens. Pin PQ uw Q" 'O 'Q' lk wifi, 5' W. .., qw ll 'v-mf. :iw N 1 . ,ov f,lv WW? , f 'Gy , hs: 1 Wi 2 A X . ,,,, . Q 3 :AV " if 12 ? , QQb A :' , xy 3 11 ?l' Lla- Tl " - TZ""' .mr Lmfgkms wwf L W nz, 4---J we W Q ,. 5- N Jwwiiwml ,fr ix auf' T13 L :Z 9-Jil 'hid' vmhtsklf. Q95 , rag 5 we f' X -vw ,A sr ,,,,, ,. I I an 5,5 It Qi K W .v AQWN M :W I - if ' Q ,fn 4 f S ..,.. 3 2:':. S 1' 1'a- f V2 .V, 4,,: N A! . in A New 'Q' yay.. Wa 'Y' nav -.1 fR0w 2, Norman Foster, Sharon Fox, Barbara Franks, William Frazee, Carol Frazer. Larry French. Karen Frogge, Jerri Frye, Sharon Furney, Barbara Gaddis. QROW 55 Carol Gregory, Janice Gregory, Mary Jo Gregory, Mer- rettee Gribble, Diana Griffin, Sally Guinn, Pat Hagen, Larry Hahn, Michael Hahn, Wayne Hahn. QROW lj Barbara Ertel: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block. Tri-HisY. JCL 0 Larry L. Evans: Boys' Block C Norma C. Evans: Jr. Council. Cheer Block. FHA. FTA. Y-Teens. JCL. Stage Doo1'. "Moods" 0 Elaine Ewing: Concert Choir. 'l'ri-Hi-Y 0 Don Harold Falls: Concert Choir. Sr. Council. I-'ootltall. Wrestling. Boys' Block. "M" Club 0 Judy Ann Feazel 0 Elizabeth Feller- hoffz Honor Society. Cheer Block 0 Marianne Ferratt: J r. Council. FHA. DE. Club. "Moods" 0 Judith Kay Flannery 0 Loretta Kay Flowers: Girls' Glee Club, QROW 21 Norman Foster: Baseball. Boys' Block 0 Sharon Sue Fox: Cheer Block 0 Barbara Franks: Honor Society. Jr. Council. Book Guild. Cheer Block. JCL. Spanish Club 0 Bill Frazee: Foot- ball. Basketball. Boys' Block 0 Carol Frazer: Art Club 0 Larry Eugene French 0 Karen Sue Frogge 0 Jerri Frye 0 Sharon Furney: Bible Club 0 Barbara Jean Gaddis. tRow 35 Hubert Garrett 0 Madene Garrett 0 William Garrett 0 Sue Gates 0 Jocelyn Gaylors Concert Choir. Cheer Block 0 Virginia Kay Gibson: Sr. Council. "Our Town." Jr. Play. Cheer Block. 'l'ri-lii-Y. Y-'l'ceus. Stage lloor. 'l'ri-C Club O Phyllis Gilbert 0 Rollin Amzlntles Gill Jr.: Iiztslwtlntll. Foot bull. liaise- , , . 1 1 ball. I rack 0 Llrldkl Lou I-ozltl 0 -lane Goe: liquid. tRow -U Lucy Mae Goebel: Ort-hest ra. JCI.. "Moods" I Sharon Goodall O Marcia Kay Gooding 0 Charlene I.. Gravelyz lJ,I'l. Club 0 Michael Graves I Judith Gray: Clit-er Block. -It 'I.. Ilottor Society 0 Stuart Allen Gray: Honor Society . -lr.. Sr, Councils. Book Guild. Boys' Block. JCI., Math Club 0 Anita C. Green: Youth Forum. FHA O Charles E. Green: Hoy s' Block. Ili-Y 0 Phillip Earl Greer: Honor Society. l'urdttc I.t-gisltttivc :Xs- senibly. Youth l"Ul'lllIl. Book Guild. Boys' Block. JCI.. fRow 5, Carol Gregory 0 Janice Jane Gregory: French Club. Library Club 0 Mary Jo Gregory: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club 0 Merrettee Kay Gribble: Cheer Block, 'I'ri--Ili-Y O Diana Griffin: "Our 'l'own." Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. l"'l'.-X,Stag1e Iloor. Art Club. Tliespituis 0 Sally Ann Guinn 0 Patricia Ann Hagen: Magician. Cheer Block. 'I'ri-Hi-Y. l"'I'A. JCI.. "Moods" I Larry Hahn: Soph. Council. French Club 0 Michael W'arren Hahn 0 Wayne Hahn. ig: --sf. wa' J-dv 'G' 15? 1vr"" Y fllow lj Pamela Joan Haines: Munsonian. Soph. Couneil. Cheer Hloek. l"'l'.'X. FHA. Y-Teens. Spanish Clulv. French Cluli 0 Donald William Hall: Orr-liestra, -ICI, 0 Sharon Hall O Andrea Hankins: JVI. O Dennis Lee Hardesty 0 Lowell Charles Harmon: Voiiveir Choir. Boys' Block. 'l'ravk 0 David R. Harper: Concert Choir. Traek, Chess Clulw 0 DeWayne Harper 0 Garrell L. Harper: Convert Choir. Swiinining 0 Anthony Nation Harris: Concert Choir. Soph. Council. Football. xVIL'SlllllgI. Boys' Block. fRow 21 Bernard R. Harris: Concert Choir 0 Charles Frederick Harris: Concert Choir, Jr.. Sr. Councils. Football. Boys' Block 0 Lillian Gayle Harris: fillllH.Sl1ilt'. D,l'i. Cluh 0 Bob Harrison: Wrestling. lli-Y 0 Jacqueline Carole Hastings: l"llA. Spanish Vluli O Rieka Hastings 0 VVilliam David Hatcher: Wresiling. lioysi Hlork. Hi-Y 0 James R. Hatcher: Magician. Sr. Council. Wrestling. Youth Forurn. Book Guilcl. Hi-Y. Tliespians. Quill and Si-roll O Judy Carol Hathaway: Cln-er Hloek 0 Gary Lee Havens: Honor Soeiely, Nlunsonian. Orchestra. Boys' State. l"'I'A. Jl'L.Bil1lel'luh.XYorlclAl'l'airslnstitute. fRow 31 Jeffrey Glenn Havens: Honor Society. Orchestra. JCL. liilile Club. "Moods" 0 Gamelia Ann Hawkins: Convert Choir. Girls' Glen- I 'luh 0 James 0. Hayes 0 Mary Etta Hayes: f'oin-ert Choir, Girls' Glee Cluli 0 Tim Heline: Boys' liloek. JCI, 0 Janice Hellis:ConeertChoir,GirIs'Gle1-Clulw 0 Mike Hellmer 0 David Neil Henderson: Boys' Block 0 James Jay Hendricks 0 Earl Dr-Wayne Hershherger. lllow 41 Judy Simone Hess: Band.Sopl1.Couneil.JCL.Bihle Cluh. D,l'I. Cluh, "Moods" 0 Michael Hiatt: Cross Country . Traek. Iioxs'liiowklli-Y,.Xu'1Vlulvil'atrieiaAnn Hiatt: Hancl. Orvlies- rra."UI1iToxin."l"ll.'X.Y-'l'm-ens.'l'ri-lli-Y.'l'ri-1'l'l11li."NIoo4ls" 0 John Dean Hicks: liuy s' liloek. ICY.-X 0 Pat Hicks 0 Barbara llill O Kathryn June Himes O Mike Hirons: Sopl1..Sr. Counvils, lfriotlizill. lioys' Blot-k. lli-Y. JCL 0 Nancy Jo HiI'0ns: Ciirlsi Glen' Vlulm.'l'ri-lli-Y.Y-Teens. D,l-I.1'luh."Moocls"o Danny Hite. lliow 5D Pam Hoagland 0 Herb Holding 0 Judy Holdren I Scott Hole: Sr. Council. Boys' Hloek 0 David Jerome Hollis: Hoy s' Hlork 0 James Hollins 0 Susan Hopper O Karen Kay Hoover I Linda Lee Howard: Coiirert l'lioi1gSopl1..Sr. Counrils. 4 heel lilor k 0 Mary Magdalene Howard: Cheer lilorli. Glow lj Paniela Haines, Donald llall, Sharon Hall. Andrea Hank- ins. Dennis llardesty. Lowell Harmon, David Harper, DeWayne Harper. Garrell Harper. Anthony Harris. 1R0w 31 Jeffrey Havens. Gainelia Hawkins, James Hayes, Mary Hayes. Tim Heline. Janiee Hellis. Mike Hellmer. Dave Henderson. James Hendricks, Earl Hershlmerger. 3 Kam. .wb 0 Qfkflf 'Nl ,af 'gl' , if S0 ll 5 ,Q my QFCB fvikfk' -,ff '-A- fQ'l""75 A' 1 fx x 5 -21" Q " '-f mwf ,Q ri Y N Ta. f - fm. sv, A , is Q Cx, lwj... xf"1wu.. . , ..,. HX wfA I QRow 21 Gracie lsoin, 'l'aniara Jack, Marilyn Jackson, Phil Jack son, Wanda Jackson. Phil Jacobs. Robert -lanek, Janet Jeffries Barbara Jel't'erson. Pat Jefferson. QROW 51 Sarah Kerrigan, Tom Kersey, Pam Ketterman. Carol Kidd, Gary Kidd. Larry Kidd. Mac Kimble. Robert Kimbrough, Bob King, Lois King, QRow 11 Jack L. Hudson O Mary Alice Huffman: Concert Choir. Jr.. Sr. Councils. Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block. Science Club. "Moods." French Club 0 Carolyn Hughes: 'l'ri-Hi-Y 0 Richard Dale Hughes: Sr. Council. "Dino." Football. Baseball. Book Guild. Boys' Block. Hi-Y. Thespians 0 Billie Louise Hummer: Honor Society. Sr. Council. Band. 'l'ri-Hi-Y. JCL, "Moods" 0 Claudia Kay Hurst: Hand. Orchestra. Concert Choir I Gene Hurst I Thomas Huser O Phil Hutson: -Ir. Council. Cross Country. Track. VVrestling. Youth Forum. Boys' Block, Hi-Y 0 James Irey: Bible Club. tRow 21 Gracie Lucille Isom: Stage lloor 0 Tamara Jack: Con- cert Choir. Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block. 'l'ri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens. JCL, Art Club 0 Marilyn Jackson: Jr. Council. Y-Teens. Alt Club O Phil Jackson O Wanda G. Jackson: Band. Stage Door, 'ilVlootls" 0 Phil Jacobs: lli-Y. Boys' Block 0 Robert Janekt Track. Boys' Block O Janet Jeffries: Orclicstra. Cheer Hlock. 'l'ri- lli-Y, Y-'l'et-ns 0 Barbara Jean Jefferson: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club 0 Pat Jefferson. Glow 31 John Jett 0 Arthur E. Johnson 0 Charles D. Johnson 0 Dennis W. Johnson: Honor Society. l"UUIl12ill.'l'I'2lL'li.Wl'Q'SlllllALf. Boys' Block, JCL 0 Gloria Marie Johnson: Honor Society. Band, Orclieslra, Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club, l"'l'A, JCL. "Moods" 0 James Earl Johnson: Concert Choir. Football. Basketball 0 Myrtie Johnson: Girls' Glee Club 0 Pat Johnson: Cheer Block, 'l'ri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens. JCL. Tri-C Club 0 Sherry Lee Johnson: Honor Society. Cheer Block. FHA. Y-Teens. French Club. Bible Club 0 D. Kenneth Jones: Hi-Y. QROW 41 Melinda Kay Jones: Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block. Tri- Hi-Y. lJ.li. Club. "Moods" 0 Jim Jordan: "Our Town." Rocket Club 0 Billie Keeler: Concert Choir. Gil ls' Glee Club. Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens. Art Club 0 William Keep: Football. Track. Wrestling 0 Linda Charlotte Keisling: Tri-Hi-Y. Art Club 0 Patrick Hamill Kelley: Boys' Block. JCL. Science Club. Math Clnb O Terri Kemper: Cheer Block. 'l'ri-Hi-Y 0 Sarah Jane Kennedy: Jr. Play. Cheer Block. JCL. Stage Door. Spanish Club, Thespians 0 Joan Kent: 'l'ri-Hi-Y. Y-'l'eens, JCL I Susan Keppler: Concert Choir, Soph.. Jr. Councils. Girls' Glee Club. c'l1f.'0l'Bllll'li.lJ.E.flllll1.'.M1JIlflS." fRow 51 Sarah Jane Kerrigan: Soph. Council 0 Tom Kersey 0 Pam Ketterman: Sr. Council. Cheer Block. 'l'ri-Hi-Y O Carol Ann Kidd: Y-Teens 0 Gary Kidd 0 Larry H. Kidd: Sr. Council. Bible Club 0 Mac Kimble I Robert Kimbrough 0 Robert A. King 0 Lois Jean King: Cheer Block. FTA. FHA, Y-Teens. French Club. Bible Club, Tri-Hi-Y. l 117 '9' 15" CROW 11 Ellen Louise Kinser 0 Sharalyn Kinser: Cheer Block, FHA, Y-Teens. JCL. Science Club. Bible Club 0 Jim Knecht: EYA 0 John Kramer I Susan Krug: Cheer Block. JCL. French Club. "Moods" 0 Mary Carolyn Lafferty 0 Barbara Ann Lamb: Con- cert Choir. Girls' Glee Club, Y-Teens. "Moods" 0 Kathryn L. Lambert: FTA O June Leazenby 0 Donnie Lewis. QRow 21 Ted Lewis: Concert Choir, Football. Cross Country 0 Fredrick Vance Liggett: Hi-Y. Art Club, D.E. Club 0 Judith D. Lindsey: Cheer Block. Y-Teens 0 Lonnie Lorance: Purdue Legislative Assembly. LIN. Model Assembly. Soph. Council, Golf. Boys' Block. "M" Club. Honor Society 0 Margaret Ann Love: Honor Society, "Dino," Jr. Play. "Girlget." Cheer Block, Stage Door, Spanish Club, Thespians 0 Lana Dee Lowery: Honor Society. Band. Concert Choir, "Dino." Stage Door. Thespians. "Speaking ot' Murder," "Moods" 0 Sue Lowery: Band, Cheer Block, FHA 0 Dixie Luellen: Munsonian. Magician, Concert Choir, FTA. Quill and Scroll. Stage Door. Thcspians. Soph., Jr., Sr. Class Secretary C James A. Lutton 0 Barbara A. Lyons: FHA, Library Club. QROW 31 Robert McCaffrey: Swimming 0 Wayne K. McCal- lister: Munsonian, Boys' Block. Hi-Y, Science Club. Art Club 0 Larcy Dee McCarley: Munsonian, Cheer Block, Y-Teens, Library Club 0 Karen La-Rene McCartney: Girls' Glee Club 0 Alice Jean McClellan: Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y. JCL 0 Sandra Kay McClelland I Karon Sue McCoy: Concert Choir, Soph. Council, Girls' Glee Club, Youth Forum, Cheer Block I Bruce Carleton McCray: Band, Orchestra. Boys' Block. Hi-Y, JCL. Bible Club, D.E. Club. 'AMoods" 0 Judith fWilliams1 Mclntire: Concert Choir. Tri-Hi-Y 0 Tony R. McKinley. QROW 41 Carol McNabney: "Our Town," Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Stage Door 0 Fred McReynolds I Jerry McVicker O Adine Mace: Girls' Cvlee Club, Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club, "Moods" I Viola Mace 0 Linda Lou Main: Soph.. Jr. Coun- cil, Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y. Bible Club, Jr. Open House 0 Eddie Marlow: Basketball. Boys' Block 0 Ronald Lee Martzall: Boys' Block, Math Club O Patricia Ann Marvin: "Dino," Cheer Block. Art Club 0 Kenny Masiongale. CROW 51 David M. Matchett 0 Larry Edward Mathews I Jeffery Meeks: JCL O David K. Mendenhall: Munsonian O Phillip W. Mers 0 Tom Metcalf: Munsonian Printing 0 Karen Dianne Michael: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club 0 Dennis Miles: Concert Choir, Football. Track, Wrestling 0 Connie Miller: Cheer Block, FHA. Library Club 0 Douglas L. Miller: Soph. Council, Boys' Block. Hi-Y. JCL. -QQ aw ,M 9: QROW 11 Louise Kinser, Sharalyn Kinser, Jim Knecht, John Kram- er. Susan Krug. Mary Lafferty. Barbara Lamb. Kathryn Lambert, June Lcazenby, Donnie Lewis. 1Row 31 Robert McCaffery, Wayne McCallister. Larcy McCarley. Karen McCartney, Alice McClellan, Sandy McClellan, Karon Mc- Coy. Bruce McCray, Judy1Williams1 Mclntire, Tony McKinley. i L mf vig 1 :'-.., kr ' , ,M- . .via 1 . 2 4- '1-is. W 'Q Wliiiev ,Nm rw- I Vi! svn., six lf - Q Af' avi' , V QW," Q ,mZ5Q,B'13'-, I 4 0,64 X. ifrx Wx f '9- 1 Q 4 Q K, v H fr fl: X V V . X J", 'vt KW P...x 2 ap J 9 I? - . ., X wg'--X :1 L-.4 A i vf X . 1 2 ff, ' I? gg . gf 44 JL iii X555-f gk -.0 Q .2 vll'EFPsx 'MM f f Swim gli CROW 21 Virginia Modglin, Virgie Montgomery. Kathryn Moore. Susan Moore. Sharon Morton. Connie Morris. Marsha Morris. Eddie Morrow, Tom Murray, David Myers. fRow 51 Anne Pamerleau. Pain Parker, Linda Parris. Dave Pat- terson. Nancy Pence. Roger Pennycuff, Mary Perkins, Julie Phil- lips, Andrew Phipps, Wilma Phipps. fRow 11 Gary Wendell Miller O Jo Ellen Miller: Honor Society, LKN. Model Assembly. Girls' Stale. Jr.. Sr. Councils. Book Guild, Cheer Block. Spanish Club 0 Julia Miller: FTA. Library Club O Linda Kaye Miller: Honor Society. Cheer Block. 'Fri-lli-Y. FHA, JCL. Tri-C Club 0 Margaret Loretta Miller: Cheer Block, Art Club 0 Sue Ann Miller: Honor Society. Girls' Glee Club, Hook Guild. Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club. Art Club 0 Georgi- anna Mills: Band. Sr. Council. Y'Teens 0 Phil Mills: Hi-Y 0 Kent Mitchell: Honor Society, Hand. Orchestra. Jr. Council. JCI. 0 Anne Mixell. fRow 21 Virginia Modglin 0 Virgie Lee Montgomery: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block 0 Kathryn Ann Moore: Con- cert Choir, FHA 0 Susan Diane Moore: Honor Society. l'.N. Model Assembly. Cheer Block, Library Club 0 Sharon Morton: Cheer Block. FHA. Y-Teens 0 Connie Lee Morris: Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y 0 Marsha Dianne Morris: Cheer Block 0 Eddie Morrow 0 Tom Murray: Sr. Council. Baseball Team. Hi-Y 0 David Myers. fR0w 31 Kelly D. Nay: Jr. Council. Football. "Gidget," Youth Forum. Book Guild. Boys' Block. Club. Thespians 0 Jay Far- rell Needham: D.E. Club 0 Sue Ann Neff: Honor Society. Con- cert Choir. Youth Forum. Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. -lr.. Sr. Class Treasurer, "Moods" 0 James Nettles: Football. Basketball, Track 0 Phyllis Ann Newton: Band. Orchestra. Y-Teens. JC L 0 Judy fTomlinson1 Nibarger I Connie Jane Nickols: Concert Choi1.Girls' Glee Club, Cheer Block. JCI.. French Club 0 Kay F. Nicholas 0 Tom Nichols: Baseball 0 Jay E. Nolley: Boys' Cheer Block. Art Club. QRow 41 Rebecca Jane Norris 0 Jean Ann North: Tri-Hi-Y. FTA. FHA. French Club 0 Barbara Gail Odle 0 Jan Oliver: Honor Society. Hi-Y 0 Melinda Oliver 0 Michael A. O'Niel: Football. Track 0 Robert H. Opperman: Hand 0 Richard Zon Owen 0 Leon Oxley O Phyllis Ann Oxley: Cheer Block. FHA. Y-Teens. Stage Door. iRow 51 Anne Louise Pamerleau: Cheer Block. JCI. I Pamela Anne Parker: FHA. Y-Teens 0 Linda E. Parris: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club, Cheer Block. FHA. Library Club 0 Forrest David Patterson: Wrestling. JCL, Chess Club O Nancy Y. Pence: Con- cert Choir. "Dino," "Our Town," Cheer Block. Stage Door. Art Club. Jr. Play. Sr. Open House 0 Roger Pennycuff O Mary Kathryn Perkins: Y-Teens 0 Julie Ann Phillips: Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. JCL 0 Andrew Stillman Phipps: U.N. Model Assembly O Wilma Phipps. 'Q' "ZIV .Ez QRow 11 Carlton Bernard Polk: Wrestling. Tennis. Hi-Y 0 Rose Ann Preddy: Concert Choir. "Gidget." Cheer Block 0 Richard Price: Band, Jr.. Sr. Councils. Boys' Block. Hi-Y. JCI.. Math Club. Bible Club 0 Lynn Ann Pumphrey: FHA, Magician. Cheer Block. 'Fri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens. French Club 0 James Purtee: Boys' Block 0 John W. Qualkenbush: Rand. Boys' Block 0 Myrtle Lou Qualls 0 Juanita Sue Quinton 0 Jack A. Quirk: Concert Choir. Jr. Council. Basketball. Baseball. Boys' Block. JCI. 0 Pat Rayburn. fRow 21 Carolyn Sue Raney: Tri-Hi-Y. JCI. 0 Marletta Ray: Sohh. Council. Cheer Block. 'Fri-Hi-Y. FHA. Y-Teens. JCI. 0 Robert E. Reese, Jr.: RYA. Boys' Block 0 Linda Remaklus: Soph. Council. Cheer Block 0 Janeda Rench 0 Janet Elaine Replogle: Soph. Council. Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y 0 Jean Ann Reser: Jr.. Sr. Councils. Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. JCL. Art Club 0 Linda Reveal: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club 0 Michael E. Reynolds: Boys' Block. Hi-Y 0 Patricia LaVaughn Rhem. fRow 31 Barbara Ried: Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens. Art Club 0 Joyce Rigel 0 James A. Ring O David Lee Rinker 0 Janet Roach 0 Brenda Roberts: Cheer Block. JCI.. Library Club 0 James Phillip Roberts: Boys' Block. Bible Club 0 Richard Roberts: Boys' Block. Hi-Y 0 Richard Rogers: DF. Club 0 Joann Rollen: Cheer Block. 'Fri-Hi-Y. FHA. Y-Teens. IDF, Club. tRow 41 Barbara Rosinski: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club O Sally Diane Routh: 'tlJino." "Gidget." Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. JCI.. Math Club, Stage Door 0 Garretta Joyce Rowe: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club 0 Frank D. Royer: RYA 0 David Allen Rutter: Golf. Boys' Block. Hi-Y. JCL, EY.-X I David Michael Sacks: Sr. Council. "Gidget." Hi-Y. Boys' Block. Stage Door. Science Club. Bible Club. "Moods" 0 Bonnie Kay Sargent: Con- cert Choir. Girls' Glee Club 0 Edwin Satterfield O Nancy Jane Satterfield: Band. Orchestra, U.N. Model Assembly. JCI., Math Club. Honor Society 0 Harry Marvin Scates, Jr.: Concert Choir. Cross Country. Track. fRow 51 George Wayne Schad: Soph.. Jr.. Sr. Councils, Football. Boys' Block. Hi-Y. "M" Club. Spanish Club 0 J. Ronald Schepp: Baseball. Youth Forum, Boys' Block. EYA Secretary 0 William Frederick Schlagel 0 Sandy Schmid: Y-'l'eens 0 Michael V. Schranz: Cross Country. Track. Boys' Block. Science Club. Math Club. "M" Club 0 Arthur F. Schreiber: Honor Society. Soph. Council. Tennis. Spanish Club. Debate Club 0 Charles Walter Schroeder: JCL. Chess Club 0 Joann Scott: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club 0 Larry H. Scott: Boys' Block O Susan Scott. 2... ii: QRow 11 Carlton Polk, Rose Ann Preddy. Ricliard Price. Lynn Puniphrey. Jini l'urtec. John Qualkenbush. Myrtle Qualls. Juanita Quinton. Jack Quirk, Pat Rayburn, QRow 31 Barbara Ried. Joyce Rigel. James Ring. Dave Rinker, Janet Roach, Brenda Roberts. James Roberts. Richard Roberts. Richard Rogers. Joann Rollen. wp. KT in Qi!!!- x A .Wen J .., .- I .9 'll rail' ,, if 'gg' ix i ,S 5 K 'Reef ffm 'ff Q5 6 0 1-. ,ft 'Q X R -S wk? ,Z x?qXf?wl. if P5 w ' :A 1. ', il JP MP W5 4 in-v' wi xw P 'lb X Q.: 'v V Kr, , , gs J' K 1 I . Www-. ,f glll 'M ,,,. Ezi, if . . f I Q We 31' K-Q..-P' f ,,,,,,, . v c ' A On! nv' bw ,Willm- """9 iii! omg, QRow 25 James Silvers, Dave Simmons. Gary Simpson, Roland Sizelove, Judy Sloan. Trinka Small, James Smekens, David Smith, Fred Smith, Janet Smith. fRow 5, Sandra Stouder. Ronnie Stout, Sulynn Stout, Linda Strauch, Sue Strong, Bob Sulanke, Jane Summers, Nancy Sutton, Dan Swift, Bob Swoveland. fRow 11 Carolyn Seagraves 0 Connie Lee Seagrave: Honor Society, Soph., Jr. Councils, Youth Forum, Tri-Hi-Y, Cheerleader, 1959 Relay Queen 0 Darrell Shaw O Joyce Elaine Shaw: Honor Society. U.N. Model Assembly, Girls' State. Book Guild, Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y, JCL. Art Club 0 Susan Diane Shelby 0 Betty L. Shelton: Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, Y-Teens, French Club 0 Nancy Ann Shepperd 0 Shirley Sue Shrcves: Y-Teens 0 Jim Shuck: Baseball, Boys' Block, JCL 0 Judith Ellen Shuck: Cheer Block, fRow 21 Jim Silvers 0 David Simmons: Soph. Council 0 Gary A. Simpson O Roland Lewis Sizelove: Bible Club 0 Judith C. Sloan: Jr. Council, Cheer Block, FHA, Spanish Club 0 Trinka Small: Honor Society, Sr. Council, Youth Forum, Book Guild. Cheer Block, JCL, French Club, "Moods', 0 James H. Smekens: Spanish Club 0 David A. Smith: Spanish Club 0 Frederick E. Smith: Band, Soph. Council 0 Janet Suzanne Smith: Jr. Council. Bible Club, Y-Teens. fRow 33 Madeline Patricia Smith: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club 0 Reda Smith: Cheer Block I Shirley Jean Smith: Concert Choir, "Our Townf Tri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens 0 Larry Snodgrass: Honor Society, Purdue Legislative Assembly, Boys' Block, JCI.. Math Club, EYA 0 Phyllis Kaye Sollenberger 0 Lucy Elizabeth Spahr: Munsonian, Magician, Youth Forum, Cheer Block, Tri- Hi-Y, JCL 0 Thomas J. Spence: Hi-Y 0 Larry Francis Springer: Concert Choir, t'Dino.'l "Our Town," Football, Track, Wrestling, 'KMC Club, Art Club 0 Effie Staggs 0 Carole Ann Stanelle: Honor Society, Cheer Block, Library Club. Thespians. QRow 42 Judith Ann Stanford: Concert Choir, Jr.. Sr. Councils. Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y, Math Club, "Moodsl' 0 Larry L. Stanley: Band 0 Rebecca Starkey: DE. Club 0Anna Grace Stephens 0 Sandy Stephens 0 Billie Jo Stephenson 0 Sherry Stewart: Science Club, Bible Club 0 Stephen Stewart: Track. Swimming. Boys' Block, Hi-Y, "Moods" 0 Carolyn Sue Stine: Band, FHA. "Moods," Soph., Jr., Sr. Open House, Head Majorette 0 Douglas B. Stong: Soph. Council. Boys' Block. QRow 51 Sandra Kay Stouder 0 Ronald Lee Stout: Band. Orchestra, "Moods,' 0 Sulynn Stout: Cheer Block, Tri-Hi-Y, Science Club, Spanish Club 0 Linda Lee Strauch: Tri-Hi-Y 0 Sue Strong: Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, Y-Teens, D.E. Club 0 Robert A. Sulanke: Honor Society, JCL, Math Club, Chess Club 0 Jane Summers: Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club 0 Nancy Lynne Sutton: Tri-Hi-Y, JCL 0 Dan Swift: Football, Boys' Block 0 Bob Swoveland: Cross Country, Track, Baseball. 101 -fb. If 11.43 A ft 5 w X tRow 11 Jimmy Syphers: Hi-Y. lJ.l'I. Club 0 Carolyn Taubert: Cheer Block. Y-Teens 0 Carolyn Sue Taylor: Library Club 0 Charles Taylor 0 Jacqueline Joanne Taylor: Soph,. -lr. Coun- cils. Cheer Block. Tri-lli-Y, FTA 0 Larry E. Taylor 0 Janet Terrell 0 Tracy Thayer: Magician. Concert Choir. Cheer Block. Trialrli-Y, FTA. JCI., Science Club. Sr. Open House 0 Cecil Thomas 0 Mary Lillian Thomas. QRow 21 Carol Jean Thornburg: l1.l'I. Club 0 Judith E. Thorn- burg: Cheer Block, FTA. FHA, Y-Teens. Spanish Club, "Moods" 0 Shirley Thornton I James L. Tighe: l'urtlue Legislative As- sembly 0 Frances Todd: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club, FTA. FHA 0 Frances Joan Townsend: Concert Choir, Soph. Council. Girls' Glee Club, Cheer Block. lJ.l-I. Club 0 Phillip Lynn Townsend: Honor Society, "l1ino." Hook Guild, Boys' Block, Hi-Y. JCL, Science Club. Math Club 0 Estle Dewayne True 0 Brenda Lou Tucker: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club. Tri-I-li-Y, Y-Teens, "Moods" 0 Gary Robert Tucker: Swimming. tRow 31 Buford Turner: Concert Choir 0 Carol Marie Tuttle: Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block. Tri-Hi-Y. FHA. Y-Teens 0 Joyce Tuttle: Sr. Council. Y-Teens O Sue Twigg 0 Donna Diane Upton: Y-Teens 0 James Valos: Soph. Council, Boys' Block 0 Sharon VanArsdol: Honor Society. l.'.N. Model Assembly. Jr.. Sr. Councils. Youth Forum. Book Guild. Cheer Block. Spanish Club 0 Don A. Vaughn: Concert Choir. Bible Club 0 John Venis 0 Jeanette Wade: Bantl. Orchest ra, FHA. Y-Teens, JCL. Jr. Open House. "lVlootls." fRow 41 Russell Wade 0 Jesse Walker O Ruth Ellen Walker O Sarah Wall 0 Milton QJohn1 Warren: Football. JCI.. Math Club 0 Dennis Howard Wasson: Band. Concert Choir. FTA I Lynn Ann Watkins: "Our Town," Jr. Play. Cheer Block. Stage Door. Tri-Hi-Y. Spanish Club. Thespians 0 Paula Webster: Honor Society. Magician. UN. Model Assembly. "Dino," Book Guild. Cheer Block. Thespians. Quill and Scroll 0 Tamara Wedmore: French Club 0 John D. Weesner: Munsonian, Magician. Band. Orchestra. Hi-Y. Math Club. Quill antl Scroll, tRow 51 Marilyn Jeanne Wessol: Band. -Ir. Play. FHA. Y-Teens. Stage Door, Science Club 0 Paul E. Westerman 0 Michael F. Whitehair O Karen Sue Whitlock: FHA O Sharon Sue Wilkins: Concert Choir. Cheer Block O Barbara Williams: Munsonian. Y- Teens. JCL 0 Carolyn Williams: Munsonian, Orchestra. Concert Choir, Cheer Block. FTA. l"llA, Y-Teens, Spanish Club 0 Elsworth Williams 0 James Lee Williams 0 Judith Williams. QROW 11 Jim Syphers. Carolyn Taubert. Carolyn Sue Taylor, Charles Taylor. Jackie Taylor. Larry Taylor. Janet Terrell. Tracy Thayer. Cecil Thomas. Mary Thomas. QRow 31 Buford Turner, Carol Tuttle, Joyce Tuttle. Sue Twigg, Donna Upton, James Valos, Sharon Van Arsclol. lion Vaughn, John Venis, Jeanette Wade. 'NIU 3-43 id-O S' QF X 1 , ties s V W t 5 ,J S V W9 Senior sewing beef Well, sorta-Janie Brimhfzll !llIl,Nf1lIl1V Campbell PVUIIIN-Y mlrl the senior putt-lies to their pep slzirls. fRow 21 Carol 'l'lioi'nhurg, Judith Thornburg. Shirley 'l'hoi'nton, James Tiglie. l"rzn1t'es Tocltl. Frances Townst-ntl, l'hil Townsencl. I listle 'l'rue. lirenrlzi 'l'ueker, Gary Tucker. . . . . . . . . . 0 al . . . QROW 41 Russell VVade. Jesse Walker, Ruth Walker. Sarah Wall, QROw 51 Marilyn Wessol, Paul Westerman. Mike Whitehair, John Warren, Dennis Wasson, Lynn Watkins. Paula Webster, Karen Whitlock. Sharon Wilkins. Barbara Williams, Carolyn Wil- Tamara Weclmore. John Weesner. liams. Elsworth Williams, James Lee Williams, Judith Williams. lRow 11 Ronnie Williams: Sr. Council. Basketball. Cross Country, Swimming. "M" Club 0 Sharon Kay Williams: Band. Orchestra, 'l'ri-Hi-Y, Musical Moods. FHA. enrolled troni Tucson. Ariz. 0 Shirley Ann Williams: Y-Teens, fRow 21 Rebecca Jane Williamson: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club. Spanish Club 0 Roy Lee Wills 0 Bill Wilson. 1Row31 Frank William Wilson, Jr.: Band. Football. -ICI.. Math Club. Honor Society I Joe Wilson: Sr. Council. Boys' Block. 'lCl.. EYA 0 Brenda Winburn 0 Linda Wine 0 Shirley Winningham: Concert Choir. Girls' Glee Club 0 Pauline Esther Wirt: Honor Society. Concert Choir. l'.N. Model Assembly. Girls' Glec Club. Cheer Block. Y-'l'eens. Bible Club 0 Barbara Sue Withrow: Cheer Block. Y-'l'ccns: also attended Indianapolis 'l'ech. tliow 41 Norma Lee Wright: Soph.. -Ir.. Sr. Councils. "Gitlget Cheer Block. Library Club 0 Lowell Wilson Yoder: Band. Orches- tra. -lr. Open House 0 Patricia Pauline Younce: "Dino." Cheer Block. Stage Door, Science Club. French Club. Thespians. Debate Club. "Moods" 0 Ann Young 0 Jack A. Young 0 Judy Ann Young: Soplr. Sr. Councils. Girls' Glcc Club. Cheer Block, Y- 'l'cens. Honor Society O Norma Jean Young: Girls' Glee Club, Bible Club, fllow 51'l'erry E. Young: Boys' Block O Thomas W. Young: Concert Choir O Janet Ann Yount: Honor Society. Soplr. -lr.. Sr, Councils. Girls' Glee Club. Cheer Block. l"'l'.-X 0 Mike Zearhaugh: Boys' Block 0 Phyllis Jane Zigler: Y-'l't-ens. -Ir. Open llouse 0 Barbara Zimmerman: -lr. Council. Youth l-'orutn. Cheer Block. Y-Teens. Stage Door, Front-h Club 0 Sandra Sue Zimmerman: Concert Choir. Youth lforutn. Cheerleader. Stage Door. l"rt-nt-li Club. 'l'lu-spians. t'Moods," llonie-coming Queen. Cass f 1960 QROW 31 Frank Wilson. -loc Wilson. Brenda Winburn. Linda Wine. Shirley Winningham. Pauline Wirt. Barbara Withrow. fllow 41 Norma Wright. Lowell Yoder, Pat Younce. Ann Young, Jack IVF .ras ,. 7?- 1 fRow 11 Ronald Williams. Sharon Williams. Shirley Williams. lRow 21 Becky Williamson. Roy Wills. Bill Wilson, Young. -ludy Young. Norma Young. fRow 51 'l'erry Young. Thomas Young. -lanet Yount, Mike Zearbaugh. Phyllis Zigler, Barbara Zimmerman. Sandy Zimmerman. N, fen- i-1 -Q, 24:- ,di 'Q-. 'ws ICN 55,422 'Ol' Nj 9"'1 C09 Q'-sw-Ov' we f -0 'mv- 4?-a RLS fihk 'N -ll 33" 5 I ...pi-v SENIOR COUNCIL: QROW 11-Jule De-lager. Dave Beaty, Dixie Luellen, Ann Nell. Gary Haney. Mary Jane Current, -lim Hatcher. QROW 21 Joe Chan, Billie Hummer. Mary A. Huffnian, Janet Yount, Norma Wright. -ludy Young, Jodie Miller, Gary Crow. fTopj lII41'l't'fI'IIgj'HH'Sl'lIl'0I'C1l'fl'l'fffC'S are filllj' Iimivy. jireszrlcnlq liars' 1ft'flf-YQ l'I'C'l' presirlwzt: Ann Neff. fI'L'l1Slll'l'I'f mul Dixie l.uz'llw1. S!'l'I'1'fllI'.V. fliottomj Senior class sponsors-.Vlzz Harold Ri'I-IIllt'l1f, t'lIllIl'I7lUlIj XVII: f'l1fII'1L'5 i'VIc1rc'z1s. jirizzizvmlg l1l1lf.Wl'.S. Ann l'Iu1'l.'. NUCIVHI-llAt'I'l' ,Lflllilffllgfff,Efl1fSflH'Cl Slll'l'l'SSfI1l.V!'llI'NH' the class of IFIHII, QROw 31 Mike Boling, David Sacks. Dick Hughes. Mike Bump, Tom Arrington, -Ioe Wilson. George Suhud, Bob Carries, Stuart Gray. James Carnes. Senior ouncilmen ollected 'Taxes' That ol' money-collecting time rolled around twice again this year, when Senior Council Hmoney misers" took in dues from their fellow classmates as one of their many projects. Senior class heads for ,60 were Gary Baney, presidentg Dave Beaty, vice presidentg Dixie Luel- len, secretaryg Ann Neff, treasurerg and Mr. Harold Reinoehl, sponsor chairmang Mrs. Ann Clark, social sponsorg and Mr. Charles Marcus, financial sponsor. Other Council activities included approving the senior budget which is drawn up by the senior budget committee and discussing any and all prob- lems which confront the senior class. Main objective of the 'cguides of the graduates" this year was to organize into one complete body the representatives who had been democratically elected by the entire class. These representatives were responsible for relaying important business to class members in their Civics and advanced social studies classes. JUNIOR COUNCIL CROW ll Llnda Nlxon Ilm Clewenger Jeannle Wagoner Jackle Rem Iulla Dawldson Nancx Brammel Cathx Bult Rustx Ross Rlti Polmg Phx ll1s Hammond Carol QRow 35 l OLIIS Kates Gin Cox Ielox Plolsopf DdXlKl C mating, Hottmpex Marlene Fhilllllllil CROW 2,Md1glL Waldo l' llcn Pres herald l muh Phll Malls lom Mllu Blll Bartlett Mark luttle ton Barbara Neal Nanu Dome l' lllltld Dug, an In mul hurth C Junior ounclls utles umerous Collecting dues was not the only 3CtlVlty of the Jumor Councll for the 59 60 school year The Junlor Homecomlng float Junlor Open House Junior Semor Prom, Junlol Play and the Junlor All School Dance were all affalrs whlch they planned Jumor offlcers for thls year were Rusty Ross presldent Cathy Burt, secretary and J1m Cleven ger treasurer Mr Weldon Wltters, chalrman Mlss olds soc1al were faculty sponsors of the Jumor class Jumor leaders also made up the Budget Com mlttee Wh1Ch declded on money to be alloted for the Junlor Sen1or Prom Members of the comm1ttee were Marllyn Baney Jane Brown Marllyn Cralg, Alan Howard, Cathy Burt, Rusty Ross and Jlm Clevenger fTopj Headzng thejuruor class this vear u ere Rustv Ross pres ldent Cathx Burl secretarw and Jim Cler enger treasurcr IBO! tomj Chairman ofthe sponsors assrstrng thejumor class u rth therr arm rms u as Mr Writers Other sponsors uerz 'vlrss Mlller frnancral and Miss Revnolds social ' 9 0 . . i , -, h W . . . , . 7 . - . , , - "" ss '. vv N ' 1 Q 5 ' s - - Q Charlotte Miller, flnancialg and Mlss Polly Reyn- 7 7 ' 7 . , y . . 7 C A he Music y B ThisaMya ic JUNIORS QROW lj Marrlxn Alu nn Renlre Abram Cwcorpr E Adams I LUIILG H Adams Srllx Addrson Audrex Allen Brll Allen Otts Allen Donna Anderson Marcra Anderson Nancx Antler'-.on Shrrlev Andes lana Anthony Charles Applegate Irnda Ashton Marrlvn Atkrnson qharon Atkrnson lerrv Ault IROW 21 f harlcs Axers Helen B rhbrtt C lorla Baclcr Mrke Badrlcrs Georg.,e Barlex lanct Barley Barbara Baker f er rlcl Baker lor Baker Marrlvn Banu Lrnda Barber l4rn1lreB rrker l' ugcne Barker M rc w Barnard Alired Bar nes Llareme Barms Wrllram Bartlett Darrell Barton WCDTA :ggi 2753-O :fma on 232' H"...b-4 "'AuJ A-5-amz 'z 3.12.45 : :M Q.E5u:1 :,-:L 255,55 Simi ' :. ... rife 'BAE' ga,-79 fairs 36: fZ3,T bil' P' s.f W-s fini? 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W ff ' 9 1 '-.gf 1 x W K ' I T ' -L"' R We fr r f I 1 ' ii L vw . ,ES X an x M IROW ll Eva Boles, Richard Borror, Jerry Bowles, Georgetta Brad- hnrn, John Bradburn, Larry Bradburn, Bruce Bradford, Nancy Braminer, Ronnie Brand, VVinston Brandon, Richard Brannon, Oral Brenner, Phil Bridgnian, Linda Brine. YVayne Brock, Barbara Brooks, Billy Brower, -lane Brown. QROW 21 Billie Brnnihack, Lana Brumhack, Art Bryant. Paul Bryant, Paul Buckles, Linda Buckmaster, John Buffalo, Margaret Briggs, -lim Burge, Charles Burnworth, -lim Burridge, Cathy Burt, Stephanie Burton, Larry Cain, William Callahan, Linda Calvert, Lee Campbell, Dorothy Carey. QROW 31 Tlionias Carey, Orville Carney, Toni Carpenter, Robert, Carrigan, Sharon Carter, Larry Cartlier, Michael Cartwright, Robert Cartwright, James Case, Linda Caylor, Kara Cecil, Richard Cecil, Earl Chambers. Delilia Chaney, Daris Lavern Childress, Lola Chris- well, -Joann Church, Albert Clark. M i. 'Q 5 j,"f Q my iff W N.. . f ' , 'ff' sy 3 f " K fi J ' K -if I R i-X 'fi G -' ffffii ff Qty, . ,X , V Af 4 4 j kv .wi ya .K -A t liiif f .J e Simi Hard - ,- JUNIORS 3 . 7, ,., Y, , M i g QROW 11 lfltlwarrl llohhs. VVillie lJolliso1i.Jzniicm- Doss, Kenny Dot- AQ ' :ft K, , " son. Larry Dotson. Nancy Uouce. Donna Dove. David Dubbs. V 5 t 5" fd aug ii Carolyn DuBois. Patricia Dugan. Don llulancy. Richard Dunn. AV , .J U " , Billie Dusing. Sandy Dyer. Bonnie lilelv. Patrick Ellis. Herbert Elton. .,,, 5 , , m j if - Curtis Ervin. QROW Zj l'lvt-rett Erwin. Ant-te lispejo. Bill lislep. Karen lilslcs. i V . Ralph Evans, Sharon Evans. John liverlmrt, Sharon liwry. Glenna - if-Q3 1. ,X A M K K ' ,Q f , A Fender. Sandra Fincli. Al Finchuni. Phillip Finchuin. Judi Fish. Egg, ggi- A ig, '5 W Michael Fisher, Phyllis Fisher. Willie Fitzpatrick. Carolyn Flick. J S ' in me Alan Flook. h 3 'V ,,,, I ' F 'l - if Yr mow sy Mitimei i'1mwi-S. elim-1.-S imgit-. Iiomiltl mikm-I-. Name I , f li -ll' 1' 'J - Ford. Varol Foster. Mary Fouls. Ilan Frazer, Ophelia I-'i'axe1', Kay Freed, Mike Frizzell. Beth l"ullhart. Gary Guhhard. Sliara Gabriel. W ,, Patricia Garrard. Gladys Garrett. Nlivliar-l Garrett. Judy Garrett. ' 'WARM 71 , K " Q N Marilyn Garrett. ' .' -5, 'C E 75 x og- W Tl J 1 ii, f x S- , 5 - .L ,Q ,.. X .. ' ' K . 8 N, af Q: 2' J 'X .9 me A Q3 -A A. I 3' ,, I - ,3 f ' 5 Qi' "" , iz' f ,M -, ref" 'l J -my if 7 is X J W J' 2' i ,Q E I K X 1 , . 155 I I 'T' 1- f mf- Wx . is li ' JJ, n: . ., . Y K 4, K, 35 .KN Z, Q Q Q V 'W 5, - ,A ,cz T 1 v 4' I, , Q -4 ' ,T 3 N' 4: R ...lv jg -1 , gi' vw V' 9 ' ,,, , . ' M... .51 'Xen y 3 , 3, . A- v A1 ' 4 :zz N nf 45' , icy , 2 , ww L ., , W' ffl ' J-me ..,. QS? L 1 5 .L - ' l 4 -f ai- . :-' f J' f L of L we H- J as :ff Q M - . x ' ' , f R 4 Qs, 'fjggfm ,' , CROW U Gloria Hayes, Ruth Hayes, Marie Haynes, Stella Heath, ' A , Donald Heldenbrand, Eric Heline, Phil Henkel, Jean Henry, Sheila ' I K 'i9"9" V ,I Henry, Judy Hensley. Gerald Herbert, Shirley Her1'iman, Richard 11 ff' 7' J 0 J " Heston, Joe Hewson, Jimmie Hiatt. Bernice Holding. Bill Hole. it q ' 1 ' YY W 1 , Bonnie Hole. A? , j ' f5 .5 l - J ' QROW 22 Myrna Holmes, Michael Hopper, Phil Hoppes, James 5 ... Q Horvath, Carol Hottinger, Jackie Houk, Marsha Houk, Alan Howard, 7 Alan Hubbard, Joyce Hudson, Mike Hudson, Danny Huey, Richard k V 9 Huff, Jack Humerickhouse, James Humphrey, Marilyn Hunt, Sally , X -'W' "J ., X. 1 ,- b 4. ,xr . .. X ' I girfiff Huntzinger, Curtis Hutchison. W, .,,.. v W, w . ,Y .N I 2, J - . QROW 31 Bonita Hutson, Cathy Hutson, Ruth lsom, Jerry Jackson, WJ' W ,Y - " A hy, Julia Jackson, Rex Jackson, Thomas Jackson, William Jackson, Le- ' X . -' . I, 1 yy ff! Roy Janz, Steven Jester, Elizabeth Johnson, James Johnson, if I . JI. fa., Kathryn Johnson, Patricia Johnson, Marcus Johnson, Robert John- son, Selena Johnson, Melvin Jolley. QROW 41 Brenda Jones, Kenneth Jones, Larry Jones, Larry Jones, Janis Jordan, Becky Journay, Deloris Kates, Louis Kates, Fergus Kear, Shirley Keller, Tom Kellum, Patty Kelsey, Ronnie Kennedy, Cheryl Kent, Michael Kerrigan, Boyce Kidd, Martin Kidd, Carl King. gb But Find Some Time For ,un Q fb i .,,. i i . I 5 i f 3 5 to - as 9 aa 4 9 . L' Q 'Y A " f gv, T5 Q. R . Mm! A "fi, M l , "' if 5 . I ill. '. if L A X A J A I. E,SiNlf .rf . gi. G ,tj xg . in JW' "5 3 I L ff ' V G ' E J Y 'K . . JL W 6 P V . V df , 'C' IL- b 'W V A 'ff' '75 I QROW D Mike Garringer, Bob Gaylor, David Gee-ting, Dorothy . .' Q K-ry, if 1, 4 PQAAH Gentry, Cheryl George. Don Gettingger, -Indy Gibson. Carolyn Gifford, ,-f. , M mr, f ,. . ,. ,. . ,. . - , H , M :ggi -E K Charles Giles, Marshia full, Jerry Gill, -Inn Glllentlne. Roosevelt Glass, Rex Goen, Alma Goodman, Wayne Gray, Don Green, Katrina Green. K i QROW 2j Evelyn Greene, JimGree1', Rita Gregory, Roy Grihhle, Louis ,, 0. W' QQ M , 'T ig L Grieswell, Larry' Griffin, Phillis Griffin, John Griffith, Otto Grimes, " W H 1 1. ' - , , , . 'Q 4: if .1 . ,A 1. J ,f lnugene Gritton, Donna Gruwell, Carlos Gulnn, Izanell GLIIHIX, Robert ,Qi X . f U- C X' 7' in?-W Gunn, Mary Guzzi, Carol Hadley. Douglas Haffner, David Hall. X mf!-:.w:,55 - YI"'g L A-.. ' QROW 31 Linda Hall, Ronnie Harnmel, Phyllis Hammond. Richard ' ' i " Hancock, Wayne Hardshoe, Yonda Hannon, Gary Harrneyer, Carol Harmon, Harold Harper. James Harrold, Peggy Hartley. Nancy ' " Haskett, Charles Haston, Guy Hatfield, Paul Haughn, Geor-fe Hawk, - " ' , Y' M J 1 " f W 4' pr -,Q PV f-fi Butch Hayden, Colleen Hayden. Y ri fr . f-'Q 5' -wg N gf... V I ' , , 'f L it , Wa? 'f H F , , I, ,wg V- K kv X. T1 .r I 1 . - XV? . ' I 35 'W ' ., i . . lj A. -j, '-.Q .Qu 'V 1 W ep 5, k A . L. ' - it , J W Q 15,4 ' 'gui ...- - .hi-V i - fi' H, 'T " ,B V C' 77 ,Qi-.ff ii fl ' li KW ffp "1." , 4 4gJ,lf I , ell f ' - A X L. . i ii f " ' ff-Q. 'f5?f?Z5"Z" H XA' - 1 I Q , ! , I '. F: "' 1 1 ' Q . 12- 5' :iff ' "f .4 i " lf KY N , M X ifiiiw 1 .1 R R , gin-e., , 1 ,, JIM Ratt. .. R 4 .V X 1 . J .,., . ,P W3 , .iff sig' 'R ,H ,fy Cr Sports e ve JUNIORS CROW 11 Loris King, Willie King, Barbara Kirkwood, Gerry Kirtz, LeeAnn Knecht tGoughJ, Richard Knoderer, Dennis Knott, Janet Koger, Sue Koger, David Kramer, Gary Kramer, Mary Krieg, Orville Kronz, Betty Kyle, Pamela Lake, Susan Lampke, Gerald Lanich, Don Lankford. V X -,un ,. 38 is H In wk -4 QROW 21 Philip Lawell, Harry Lawrence, Carolyn Ledsinger, James S., ff, Ledsinger, Donald Lephart, Eddie Lewis, Victor Lewis, Janie Liehr, . Bonnie Linville, William Lipscomb, John Livezey, Woodford Logan, Larry Lounsbury, Danny Lowery, Stephen Lowery, Owen Lucas, Judy Lykins, Richard McAlister. QROW 31 Ruth McCallister, Phyllis McClunny, Bill McCormick, Jim McCormick, James McCurdy, Michael McDonald, Tom McElfresh, ff - -'fy ,W A Stephen McGann, Richard Mclntire, Emily McKeever, Harold Mader, if 51, 1 JL Linda Mahoney, Melinia Mallery, Charles Manor, Merl Manor, Judy ., M Mansfield, Phil Mark. Y , X, 5 'SX X vw, Q. J of' ,as- JJ, gg rf 'SQ , . 1 i 'f' R egg 1: -Y, H' , Mkt? Aw A M Vi kb- 45 Q xx l . 4 ' V ' 4 . is L .: H eg.- Kasey - .- Q A E? - f A ' . p if- 'S 'M 1' Q' ' ' ""' T 5 as Ref fr Xi N ef' ' B Pts , :V ' , . W .A -at . 3 v 1' 4. I A if 42:2 W K Q it -I 34 ' A V Mm 5.29 1 a it l , S - 'fri , ,,,, , H ."fi, Y' + 5 QROW 11 David Painter, John Pamerleau, Darla Parks, Rudy Parris, Brian Parvis, Susie Patrick, James Patterson, Leo Patterson, Mary Patterson, Roy Patterson, Thomas Penrod, Carolee Perry, Juanita Perry, John Petro, Philip Petro, Robert Phelps, Patricia Phillippi, Charolette Phillips. QROW 21 Nancy Phillips, Ruth Pike, Bob Pinion, Polly Pippen, Rita Poling, Marianna Poole, Carol Poor, Larry Porter John Potter, Ida Preston, Barbara Price, John Prigg, Leroy Prokopf, Janice Prosser, Larry Rainey, Dale Rankin, William Rawlings, Robert Reading. fROW 31 Judy Reagon, William Reagon, Patricia Reber, Sam Rector, Mary Reese, Jackqueline Rein, Marina Rench, Gertie Reno, Michael Reynolds, Ann Rhum, James Richardson, Lois Riggs, Bob Robinson, Cleveland Robinson, Nikki Robinson, Marilyn Robold, Mary Roden- berger, Ted Roetken. QROW 41 Leonard Rogers, Carol Rosinski, Donald Ross, Tom Ross, Rhiman Rotz, Zenobia Roundtree, JoAnn Routh, Charles Rude, Judie Russell, Gloria Rutherford, Carolyn Rutledge, Jerry Sailers, Janet Sanders, Janett Sanders, Lee Sanzo, Michael Scates, Mike Schaffner, Leonard Schumacher. 2 Q, K xnxx , i. , -as -at , - an . ,,,., . A 'Il' 3 P . Q atwliaa-P' ilu! 52 , V. . .Q . . , .... vw Q .. ... .N " . . . Q ,S ,. ,. 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'E , .rf . ff .bf ' V K JQ j f ,', -- , ,X f 4 M ' + I -2:11 ' i 2 l M ff .. , Q J F. f- l - me M . 5 M f M gf 137 ' - M M? 1 -f , 2 eg. :fi -as .W pf, g. e M be ' 'Wwe-' E. , L,,A , ,vig I Ka., fl 5 ll nv J UN IORS QROW 11Relxu1Sal1yu1 led Stott Shnlty St1og,,.,1nx 1 eouhe Sells Jelly Sexton James Sh inlw lznog,ent Sh UK Jllly Shall C anoly n Shemeha Sharon Sherm in Dn1dShevy nd f,ilOllI1t' Slnytly Muh iel Sl101LS James Shults lf dyy i1fl5lIIlI'llUllS MlihiLl5lH1S sfblllllf., Slmo Sanloxd blrnpf-,on fROW21Day1d Skaggs Don Sloan Innmy Slushlr Sharon She Alan Smlth Carolyn Snnth Da11ellSm1th Indlth Snnth Jacquellne bnnth Halry Smlth L1onelSn11th lou Snnth Ralph Snnth Y11ll1dII1 Smlth Darlene Snlder TIQVB Snldel Carol Snodgrew, Leroy Sollaxe KROW 31 Carl Soules Cuy Spear Iy nda SDllllh6I Mellssa Spurgeon Karon Sqlnu Sharon Squlu Sna St xllolcl K ay SI aku Russell Stud I ally Stephenson M nsha Stuenson Judith Sluxalt I OUIN Slux nt Mabla Steyy nt K tmp Stlpp Juclnh Stonu llnl Stout L harles Strapel T fr xr' YQ YW l fa, Sf :Wa P KROW 11 Cozette Waahmgton Janne Wasson Challes Watkme Pat VN atkms Wllllam VVatson Muuel Webb Wllham Webb hm Webber Sonja Wedmore Pamela Wegesln Janet Welch Carol Wells Larry Wert Janet Wertz Ronald Whaley Brenda Wheeler Leroy Wheele1 Dayld Whlte Maulvn Whxte QROW 21 Alma Whlteman Cha1lotte Whltlock Llnda Wh1tney Gary Whltted Karen XVl1.,glI'lS Balhala WllllimS Betty YVllllllTlS John Wllllams Mfllllle Wlllldn1S Pllllllp VV1ll1am'-. Rav Wllllxms Rlchald Wlllldmb Rlta VV1ll1ams Rogel xvlllldfllb Tom 1NllSOI'l Mlchael VWIIIE lllgel Rlchard XVIJQUU Nick VanW1nkle Janice XVIHHQI' QROW 31 Jack Wwe Larry Wlse Trula Wlse Dan WIQSDSY Judy Wood Vance Woodward Don Wray DaV1d Wrxght MHTCIQ Wught Ph1ll1p Wyrlck Ph1l Yates Jerry Yoakum Mlke Yocum Becky York Sharon York Chmnlta Young Karon Young Wllham Young W1ll1am Young 138 ,41- U I AGP F rf,-31 gay J : wh 3 J S' : Y ,J I -T- s Q' gm 6' s 1 Q Q 'nu TO QQ. fb WW ww W M 00" fr u , 9 fl' 94... e est School nder 'I' e Sun ,P Q ' 'l Sfsff' 4-av .l'..r"F" x'f.?8 Wir ,-. -ar 'iw + mime? ADJ C' 'dal K eel Ag MSM gf ul Jim gf nl' X77 Af, F-. ,Jef R-A sqm I 'diff QQ we QROW 1,M1k6 Streeter Blenda btloud Steve Sult DdV1d Sundel land Iohn Suttels Judv Swaltout Randall qwdltl Salah Swalm Janet Fahtlnen Evelwn Tawlor Opal Taxlor Rax Tavlol Ronald Teal Charles Tepe Iowe Telly Mdl1lNI1 TGFIV Albelta Thomas Davld Thomas wr H 'Tri 'ff' skew? CROW 23 Phoebe Thomas Robert Thomas Davld Thompson Lalry lhonlpson Dalton Thompson Md1l9H9ThOlHbF0 Jerlv Thresshel Q lenn Toblas Lols Tolbert Adelll Towsey Blll Towne Shllley lllSS6l Phllllp Tllle Telly Ilue Qllblflll FLlCl0I Pled Tupllng Sh lloll Turner Duane Tuttle KROW 31 Mark Tuttle Charles Underwood Mlke Upchurch Rlchard Vanderburg Connle VanDuyn Jeanne VanDyke Jack Volsard Wll letta Wade Rodger Wages Bob Wagner Jeannlne Wagoner Gene Wald Margle Waldo Joyce Walker Phll Walters Bonlta Walton DdV1d Wantz Dorothy Warren ri wr xl: 10 4- vm uf" .wr 2 gl A Mc, , fi? sm, 1? 414 ' f Y f f 1 'f I Ulf' ll tb ' f I .4 S--J 4-s NURSPYS ASSISTANTS: QROW ll Janie Iiiehr and Dorothy Gent ry. lRow 22 Sara Ihiwson. Joann f'liurcli. Merrettee Griblmle, Marilyn Boomer. and Phyllis llzininionrl. AUDIO-VISUAL ASSISTANTS: fRow lj William Watson. Gorrlon NNI-esiier. and l"rml lillis, fRow 21 l.ai ry Braclburii, -lim -lolinson. :incl Mr. -lohn l,, lliiffman, sponsor. 'I W LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: fR0w lj Joyce Holcomb. Jayne Fun- nington. Barbara Rc-id. and Marcia VVright. fRow 21 Linda fil'l'LIUl'lY. l.arc'y Mc'l':u'ley. Bzirlnwu Lyons. Lana Biiiiiiluzirk. Nancy Arbogast, Mary Lou Krieg. Sliaron Atkinson, Norma Wright. and Nancy Brown. Sludenls end 'Helping Hand' Returning overdue books. showing movies, and taking Centralites' temperature-all these jobs and more were not left undone by library, audio-visual and dispensary student assistants. Education through movies was made possible through the efforts of the audio-visual office and with the help of student helpers. Audio-visual boys aided in all types of subjects to round out the class pro- gram. Types of movies shown ranged from those in foreign language to those which are used to help stu- dents learn the hazards of driving. Repairing broken machines, and filing of films were other jobs which were efficiently completed by the "men of the moviesf, Slips, reminding students of overdue books and library debts, were carried to their owners by the library assistants. When books were returned, they didn't find their way back to their places by them- selves, but the "gals of the book shelves" returned them to their proper slot for others to check out. Holding feverish heads, taking temperatures, and answering the telephone were all in a dayls work for the assistants in Miss Luce's dispensary this year. Ex- perience along this line might prove to be useful for these "nurses aides" some day as "women in white." reen Peas Thought Pink' The Phi Mu Cru, a college combo, provided the music for Central Green Peas' first high school dance, "Think Pink." Sophomore Council members, who are sophs' bi-annual dues collectors, headed plans for this dance and other activities of the class. Officers of the '60 Sophomore class were Shar- ron Brown, chairman, White Fawn Tousey, secre- tary, and Jan McClellan, treasurer. Sponsors for this year were Mr. William Basinger, chairman, Mr. Owen Lemna, financial, and Mrs. Evelyn McCul- lough, social. The Sophomore Council representatives also had the job of collecting dues in their sophomore English classes twice this yearg and, for their first CHS open house, Central's newest crew held a spring gathering for their parents. Moms and Dads were given an opportunity to meet their children's teach- ers as well as to attend a program in the auditorium. After the program, refreshments were served in the cafeteria with sophomores in charge. Committees for decorations and programs were also made up of sophomores with sponsors supervising. SOPHOMORE COUNCIL: QROW lj Connie Ellen Coy, Linda Phillips, -Jan Greenlee, Susie Owen, Sharron Brown, White Fawn Tousey, Carol Smith, Janet Davis. lRow 21 Nancy Arbogast, Diane Burt, Sally Maitland, Hannah Hofherr, Beverly Sue Morris, Guiding sophomores through first year were sponsors fTopj XVII' Lemna, financial: 11421 Businger, l'lZlII'l'I7lflllf Mrs. .'Vlz'C'ullough social, and officers fBottomj White Fouvi Tousey, N0l'l'6'fIlI1Yj Shui' ron Brozrn, Chairmong Jan MC'CI6ffClI1, treasure r Beverly Van Duyn, Cheryl Keep, Barbara Travis, QRow 31 Richard Clark, Mick Glasser, Alan Schreiber, -lim Stevenson, Andrew Penrod, Tom Alexander, Floyd Reeder, Jerry Hirons. E- 1' um' wi' as AW? CROW ll Murlel Blaxr Nancy Blount Ceolge Bolmg Pat BOJIIIQGI' Sandra Bond Jlmmy Bonne: John Bor son La11y Boston Anne Botkln June Bowden VV1ll1am Bowden James Boyce C irv Boyd Lewxs Boykm Daye Boyle Dlanne Bradbuln Charles Brady DQJOIIQ Bran son James Bratton CROW 21 Rxchard Breedloye Claude Bxonnenberg Carl Brown James Blown Lmda Brown Margaret Brown Marsha Brown Nlancy Brown qharron Blown Ddyld Bruce Dorothy Bruce Judv Bryant Rebecca Bryant Sharon Buchanan Clyde Buck Eula Buck Jark Bule Jlmmy Burke Michael Burns QROW 31 Day 1d Burres JJIHUG Burt Kathalaen Bushey Charles Busscy qharon Calllcoat Bob Campbell Del mar Campbell B1llCanan James Cannon Judy Carnes Robert Ca1penter Ken Carter Penny Cartel Wllllam Caztwrlght Jerry Case James Caudlll Patrlcla Cham berlaln Charles Chambless Mary Chaney Trl? f Wh' ff -fx 'NU' V.. "CT sq' gm? J u wifi '79 last 0ur once n J llrf ' C 4. If fwgg L A J ful J - 34' f 6 1. 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'll 5' en 5 9. 11" ,N im cu uf! .ff-4' SOPHOMORES QROW 11 Sxlwra Mrtchell Charles Modelrn Connre Mong Wrllram Monjar Phrllrp Monroe Robert Mont gomery Elrzabeth Moore Hubert Moore Roger Moore Janree Morgan Maurrce Morgan Janet Mornrngstar Beverly Morrrs, Carolyn Morrre Lrncla Morrrs Nrkkr Morrrs Sandy Moes Jean Murphx Kathleen Murphy QROW 21 lulx Murphy Mrke Murphx Vrr g,rnr r Murphx Due Musrelx lerrell Musrek luelv Nrvlor Robert1Nrxlor C rrol Neel W rxrre Nelson P lvrrr New house Charles Newman Mrke Noble Robert Noble Judrtlr Norrrs Samuel Norrrs Mrlxe Hull Annette Olrver Mrlee Osborn Vretor Osborn QROW 31 Carolyn Sue Owen lrndfr Owens Jrm Pnl dock Robert Parnter Jane Pankex Cr ree Parka Mrrx Parton Robert Patterqon Cale Pune Marlrse Pearson Mary Pearson Andrew Penrod Patrrcra Pepper Joann Perkrns John Ierkrns Janree Perry Ina Pfaff Wrllram Phelps Leroy Phrllrps Sveqv 1, 1' lla P 5-,Q Q fel KROW ll Walter Rush Katherrne Russell Pe-g,g,V Rut lfdflgt Mary Rutledge lrreel S reks Helen S nel Carolvn binders Rreharcl Sanders M uw Sauter Thelm r Scrtea Srllx Schenek Alan Selrrerber Kenny Sehuek Drane Sehumaeker Charles Seott Steven Scott Sandw Sears Alma Sebaatran F ddre Self QROW 21 James Serra Brran Settles Judy Shadle Carol Shannon Anthony Shaw James bhaw Marx Shaw Onzal Shaw Larry Shelbx Harold Shell Ray mond Shell Mrldred Shepperd llanre bherwood I rnda Shesler Dunne 'Shields Cuy Shrelds Terry Shrppw I rnel r Shrrk N rnex Shoekley QROW 3j Iern Shoeer rtt Mrrtx Sholders Rrehrrel Showalter Jrmes Shrout Innes Shults Lh rrlotte Srm mons Made-lyn Srmpson Rrta Srpe Jane Srtee Drvrd Slye Allen Snnth Barbara Smrth Brllw Smrth Carol Smrth Ld Smrth Frederrck Smrth Ioan Smrth John me Smrth Lagretta Smrth 'ifilalip it ' A 'Z 5 .y J 5351 H .r.,.,. 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V fb A 3' W " 5 vw' y 5 f H ' f - 1 V . 3 ,L M in M l. as in it ffl., lm ' 'Q if G 4 "JV 'L Q ff: - v ' '..w 1-N i 1 X- - xl, ,M fl... W' ' -A ' I- ' V 1 ' X I .'2. 0' p - in -. Q ' fs' 1 A l sf i W Nw ' XX ' f if 1 .- Q-f an F lv -N . : :F Q 1 K, r f y, - Q -MS ,ZS-' Y W Q M , 'gi' Q af? ' f H' 5 A -- his l ' , v . f' 'A " . Ziff' W- A is A -2 -- ' - A ."'iif'E ' A H1 M iw if , I , . vt id v? ig 1,6 L EH i at , 5 95" x Ssivgsirs-' : . 0 f ' f ff ... ' . w- , 1 , Vg W ,f M , -. YJ ,fa W wh W K V M: v , ,A N 5:3 M u 5 3 3? M l i fw 1-ff W f -' b A fr, l 3 -W SH 1 ' E- A I . I Y -I ' X l K J fa., , - 1, t ' ,vu Y '13, . 'Q' 1. W ' if ii SOPHOMORES JNL YW 1,E, :v.A -. . A ,L Vi u i? L11 ' ' K W 2 W' QROW D Malcolm Qmith Timothy Smith Jim Smothers Howard Sneed larry qnyder Louise Sollenberger. Sylvia Southard Oren Soules Norma P qoutherland lee Spradling Robert Springman Linda qpurgeon Jana Stauta- :YS ll .1 moxei Dnuk. qtephene. Rosita Stephens Judith btewene Jameq 'utuenson QROW Z1 Kithx Stew nt Mike Stew nt lliulx 'btlnes Bob bIOI1b'l Cnole Stcut Lain Stout Joe Stiaight Cin btiaueh Iowell Qtiavlson Chailes Stults ludx Stults llovd 5fLllgk'0Il Elizabeth Sulanke MHIIIHQIIE Summers lohn Sutteis Aileen Sw illoxw Thomas Svxeatt QROW 31 lo Sn ntout Joiinda Swift Mike bwlnh nt Mlehael Tihoi Swim 1 'lanktold Ceul Faxloi Don ild Tixloi Lveaildine Tavloi Maisha Taxloi She111T1wlo1 lel1Te11ell P itxx Fein Henlw Fhomis James lhomas lattl 'lhOll1lJl0 Anne lhulniln Klxe T1 he 8 I Q 9--t 3-e ndwvml Q I 551-in KW' het ,W QM 5 ., g if X-...ff f QROW 11 Pam Whalex l inda Wheelel C ene W heteell Paul Whitakei Bettu Wfhite Betty White Bob White Cfnoline White qandi 1 White Shaiolxn White Dixie wVl'11IIT1l19 Teiiw Vvlgglllb James Wilcox Chailes Wilkeison C'nol Williame Donald Williams, Elnoia VV1ll1ams QROW 21 L iegoix VV1ll1ams lack Williame Ralph Williarne Teiix Williams Jim Williamson Robeit Williamson Gel ald Wills Aliee Wilson Malilwn Wil son Ronnie Wilson Mike Wimrnei Rosemalx Winn Jamee Winteie Penny W lee Helen Wolfe Melvin Wolte Gall W ood Rax mond Wood 5? QROW 3J Dale Woodtook Fiacexna Woodgett Jenetta Wooten Kathx Wonl ludx Woimei Cailton Wright DdXlClWI1ght Katheline Wiight WlOOdl0W Wnttenhouee Eddie Wyatt Kennx Yoder Jane Yoik Beckx Yost Johnny Young, Louise Young Joe Lekuua leiiw 71mme1man Caiol Zion Ref e ve Got Twn More Years In All' 5 f L w s ' s ' n - , K , l . , , a 1 N A ,V ., , , ., , . , V K , l fv- . Q, qw iw., x i f.. Q- -. 2 - A. kr K y S . A' .Y P ' - ., , 1 X C' i - 5. ' r- , 4 i t, 1 , . L , K . . , . f . .. X' ' 1" " 1 . 1 1 . - . , N . Y. , . 1 g ye .K 1 . 4 ' j . . r X t ' f , 12 A " ' . , ' . . . , . x Ag,Qe S .W A4 aiuvi - . S A-, - we -L Y w f Y - . T, . ' ' . 'z S t ' ' . ' . l -' i R' wk l ' it vl 1 - I - 1 1 - Y' v v., f t 2 , - . , , 1 , C , . 5 1 in il Y l - -V 7 f v - . , - - 1 Y ' V v va 1 v . , 4 4 V . R. - i f A 1 f C, 1 ' K 1 A . , " ' 5 " , N -Q, ' ,..' ,. . ,-' i--i ..,' .,' .. . ." .. 1. ' X Y .. , .. ,, . . 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Actually, about 1,080 hours are spent annually by the average stu- dent in these ''homes-away-from-home," through whose portals many a future scholar, athlete, musician, artist, laborer and businessman has passed to his place in life. As always, the usual morning begins with the busy activity of school affairs. Then, as the evening creeps near, activity decreases from a mighty Crescendo to a dimuendo. This is the time of club meet- ings, rehearsals, programs, ball games- and of meeting unyielding deadlines. Late at night, after students have said farewell, only the glowing of the lights remains to remind us of the daytime rhapsody in purple! Th cf Field H oust' Allen Audrey Jr 39 132 ur rrangemenl 0 Recorded Abercrombre Davrd, so 143 Abram Abram Abram Acton Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Lrlhe so 143 Marllyn Jr 32 Renzre Jr-84 132 Robert so -40 143 Dwrght sr 51 61 1 George E Jr 132 George H Jr 132 Jlm so--37 Karen so-48 54 60 Larry sr 104 Sharon sr 36 104 Addrson Sally Jr 38 54 132 Admrnistratlon 92 93 Alberson Mary so 14 39 48 56 Alberson Wanda sr 36 60 104 Alexander Rrchard so 52 63 67 Alexander Susan so 143 Alexander Tom so -61 141 143 Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Augustrne so 39 B111 Jr-43 56 73 84 132 Jrm sr-47 104 John so 143 Mary sr 39 50 104 Otto Jr 132 Coyetta so 38 Donna Jr 132 Janlce sr 104 Marcra Jr-42 54 55 65 Nancy Jr 38 46 132 Sandx sr 105 Andes Shirley Jr 3 15 27 44 45 80 Barker Barker Barker Barley Barlow Eugene Jr 132 Mamre so-48 143 Sally sr 36 105 Carol sr-50 60 105 Mary A sr 13 50 58 105 Bamard Macy Jr-40 132 Barnard Margaret so Barnes Alfred Jr 132 Bames Rebekah sr-40 42 5056104 Bames Theotrs so 75 143 Bamett Gale sr 36 105 Barnett John sr 30 82 83 87 105 Barnhrll Patty so 143 Barrell Robert so 56 75 143 Barrett Bartlett Bartlett Jonathan so 143 Dan sr 56 88 104 Wrllram Jr-8 56 57 88 131 Darrell Jr 132 Davld Jr 132 Gary so 16 143 Judrthra Jr 39 Laverne sr 36 Barton Barton Barton Barton Barton Bolrng Mxcheal sr 106 130 Bolrnger Pat so 142 Bond Sandra so 37 142 Bonham Ron sr 36 43 68 76 77 79 106 Bonneau Davld Bonner George Bonner Jlmmy s Bonner Joseph s Book Glendola Book Guild-44 Bookout Barbara sr-42 43 44 54 55 58 63 67 107 129 Bookout Darwm Jr 132 Boomer Marllyn sr 56 60 107 140 Borders Jo sr 106 Borders Walter Jr 132 Borror Borson Boston Botkm Bouslog Carol sr 1 Bowden June so sr-61 107 71 72 84 100 Rlchard Jr 133 John so 142 Larry so Anne so 56 142 Beaty Anthony Jana Jr-48 54 63 66 132 Ankrom Joe so 143 Barton Russell so 143 Baseball-87 Basketball 76 81 Bates James Jr 132 Batt Dlck so 143 Bauman Judxth sr 36 105 Bauman Stephen so Baxter Denrus sr 105 Beabout Dxck so Beach Larry JI' 132 Beall Paul sr 54 105 Beard John sr 105 Beard Jackie so 143 Beard Patty Jr 39 132 Bearden Mlchael so Davld sr 105 130 143 so 142 Bowden Wrllxam Bowles Jerry Jr 1 Bowlmg Drucrlla Boyce James so Boyd Gary so -84 142 Boyer Nancy sr 107 Boykin Lewis so 56 142 Boyle D3V1d so 142 Boyle Dean sr-43 87 106 Boyle Shirley sr 107 Bradbum Bradburn Bradbum Bradburn sr 06 75 8184 1 John Jr 56 133 Georgetta Jr 38 Larry Jr 36 133 Dianne so 38 142 Rhapsod Buffalo John Jr 133 Buffmgton Jerry sr-52 106 Buggs Margaret Jr 38 133 Bule Jack so 54 152 Buildings-152 Bump Mrke sr 9 27 53 56 64 65 106 130 Burch Harold sr-61 106 Burgess James Jr 52 133 Burk Jun so 142 Burks Mary sr 36 Burns Janet sr-60 62 Burns Mrchael so 142 Bumworth Joe Jr 133 Burres Davld so 142 Burrldge James Jr -42 Burt Catherine Jr-42 66 131 133 Burt Drane so 37 48 Burton Mlke sr 106 Burton Stephanie Jr 133 Bussey Charles so 142 Bybee Ann sr 30 42 63 Byers 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