Centerville Senior High School - Mortonian Yearbook (Centerville, IN)
- Class of 1951
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Throughout our four years of high school yes, even our twelve years in the
Centerville Schools there has always beena kindly, sympathetic, and understand
ing person to whom we could turn in the event of any difficulties. A person who
was never critical, though we were sometimes criticized, whose wealth of under
standing and quiet demeanor is such that one can almost visualize the glow of a
We were indeed fortunate to have such a friend as e teacher owe to whom
we might affectionately dedicate this book, not in payment for all she has done
for us, but in acknowledgment f it It has been a long trail to this, the
proudest moment of our lives, and a quiet word of encouragement has been just
what we needed several times to give us that necessary lift to go on.
May other classes for years to come be inspired by the presence of Mrs.
Rose Gates Hamilton in the halls of Centerville High School
Arthur H Hines
Wayne County Superintendent of Schools
Roy M Harris 19214 Present waltfff' J Kengallt
Center Township Trustee Center ownship rus ee
Qacalfq an Swwwe
E L Outland
Principal of Centerville Schools
wayne R Hines, Social Studies
in the U4 S. Army in October 1950
This would have been Hayne's second
year at C H S Wayne is the husband
of the former Mary Lou Shawhan and
theson ofMr kMrs Arthur H Hines
Wayne served 38 months in World
War II,27 of whlch were overseas in
the European Theater As this page
goes to press he is a patient in a
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Rose Hamilton, Assistant Principal
Mathematics, English R Botany
H S 1922
A B , A M Indiana University
University of Wisconsin
Kathryn Kimmel, Latin k English
H S 1932
Experience 19 years
A B Earlham College
University of Wisconsin
I L Outland Principal
Algebra A beography
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erienoe 32 years
A larlham College
M A Chicago University
Indiana State Teachers College
Jonathan L Overturf, Vocational Agriculture
Experience 28 years
B S in Agriculture, Purdue University
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Edna Pickett, English
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A B Indiana University
Northwestern University, School of Speech
Lowell A. Brooks, Mathematics 8 Science
c. H. s. 1931+-51
Experience 22 years
A. B. Earlham College
B. S. Manchester College
Ball State Teachers College
Martha McConaha, Librarian
Experience 11 years
A B Earlham College
University of Colorado
University of Cincinnati
University of Wyoming
University of Minnesota
Henry Fornoff, Junior High Coach
C. H S 1940-43, 1945-51
134- years exper ienoe
B H Butler University and
Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music
Ex erience 1 ears
Iva Glunt, Vocational Home Economics
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Experience 16 years
B Manchester College
H? Ball State Teachers College
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Noble K Littell, Commerce
H S 19h
Experience 7 years
B S Central Normal College
De Pauw University
University of Arkansas
Washington R Lee University
Harold McCoy, Mathematics
C. H. S. 19u6-51
Experience 22 years
B S Central Normal College
M S Indiana University
Indiana State Teachers College
Charles Miles, Athletic Director
Basketball Coach, Science k Health
H S 19h
Experience 7 years
B S Indiana State Teachers College
Ball State Teachers College
Edvard 8. Armstrong Baseball A Freshman Coach
Amer can History
C. H. B. 1948-51
A B, Taylor niversity X
larlham College 3 yy
B aouse University
Ball State Teachers College
Wayne R Hines, Social Studies
Experience l years
B S Earlham College
COn leave of absence serving in U S Armyl
Clarence Tanner, Art
0. H. 8. 1950-51
Experience 1 year
Charlotte Kidney Speech A Drnmetios
o. s. 6. 1950-51
lxperienoe 15 years
A. B. University of Pittsburgh
Carnegie Institute of Technology
Western Reserve University
Studies L Assistant
Experience 1 year
A. B. Earlhsm Co11ege
A FEW OF TH TEACHERS CAUGH!
B. 8. Ball Stats Teachers College
AT WORK cyl
Donald Dale, General
Attended New Paris, Ohio 1 and
part of 2, Basketball 1, Track 1,
FFA3, Yell Leader 2 h H h nAlmost
'A staunch friend always rea
for a hot discussion W
Fred Dickerson, General
Basketball 1,2, h H 1
'Quiet, unassumlng, and lots of fun when
you get to know him U
Neil Hamilton, Agricultural
Track Manager 2, F F A 1,2,3,h
Mortonianh, Red Cross h M H 1,2,3
M, Judging Team 3 M
WA perfect gentlemen who has mastered t e
art of keeping quiet when necessary
Basketball l,2,3,h,Cross Country
aus Judging Team h
'A favorite on the hardwood whose laugh is
loved by everyone W
Paul Baker, Agricultural
Basketball1,2,33 Baseball 1,2,3,
LU Track l,2,33FFA 1,2,3,L,g Student
Council l, 23 Treasurer lg Judging
'Can do everything welland he does a let.'
Mary Black, Academic
Band l,2,3,h3 Chorus hy M-H 1.
'A good and willing worker who will make
an excellent nurse.'
Benjamin Blake, Agricultural
Baseball 3,h3 Band 1.2.3.h-
'A friendly person with ideas about
everything from girls to politics W
Ruby Caudle, Home Economics
Band 1,2,3,h, Chorus h, FHA l,2,
3,h, Dramatics M 'Almost Eighteen
'We'll miss Ruby's pleasing manner and
friendly smile next year W
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James Howell, General
Basketball 2,3,h,Baseball 2,3,h
Band 1 2,3,h, Bark 3
'Young man with a horn
cheerful and carefree '
Marjorie Hunt, Academic
Mortonian M AlmostEighteen h
Reporter 3,h, Dramatics M h H l,2,
'She may be quiet, but she has big ideas '
Nell Jenkins, Academic
Band 3, h, Chorus 3,h, Treasurer
Bgnramatics h h H 1,2,3,u 'Almost
'Competition for Jan August on the piano '
Jane King, Academic
AlternateYe1l Leader3 Dramatlce
'The 'Peg o' Hy Heart' of CHS a smile for
Joan Harris, Academic
Band1,2,3,h3 Mortonian Student
Council 2,3, RedCross 2,3, Drama
tic! M M H l,2,3,
'An untiring worker who helps
make the best better '
William Harris, Agricultural
Attended Riley l and Kitchel 3
Basketball 3, Baseball 3 Track 3
FFAu2,3,h, RedCross 3, Judging team
'Always willing to help put over a
class project '
Donald Hawkins, Agricultural
Track 2,3,h F F A 3,q M H
Judging team 3
'CHS will never be the same without his
sense of humor and hill-billy singing
Alan Henwood, A ricultural
FFA 10213 M H 192s3aun Judging
'He looks serious, but a lot of fu when
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Vera Knipp, Home Economics
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'Quiet, interested in home economics--
a real fr1end.'
Beverly Lamb, Home Economics
F H A l,2,3,h3 Red Cross M3 h-H
"S11ence is golden'
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Bill Lucas, Agricultural
FFA l,2,3,h3 Student Council hy
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'Interested in mechanical gadgets
with time left for coon hunting '
Bill Lundy, General
Attended Boston 1,2, and Greens
fork 3 Basketball 1,2,3, Baseball
1, F F A 1, 2, 3, President 2, Yell
Leader 2, StudentCounc1l 3 'Almost
'Always ready to have a good time
wherever he is, whatever he's doing '
Paul Martin, General
Basketball l 2,3,h Baseball 2
3,h, Bark 3, Vice President 2
'The team will miss his scrappy playing
knows everyone, popular with the gang "
Jim May, Agricultural
Baseball 1 Track l,2,3,h, F F A
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'A good sport always hiU.of hmmm
Robert McClure, Academic
Baseball 3 A Dramatics h h H
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'A true friend who will definitely attain
success-a thinker " Q,
Dick Merkamp, Agricultural
Basketball l,2,3 F F A l,2,3 M
Vice President h h H l,2,3,h
'Keen mind that will put him on top " ,itwi
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Mary Spotts, Academic
Secretary 2,3,M, Student Council
l,M, Dramatlcs M M H l,2,3,h
'A perfect combination of vitality
Marilyn Starr, Academic
Vice president l,Student Council
2 Dramatics M M H 1,2,3 M 'Al -f
most Eighteen M
' ways a smile, always a last word '
Ernest Taylor, Agricultural
'The strong, silent type with a good mind
and a good personality '
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Track Managerl, Baseball Manager
2, Basketball Manager 2,3, Band l,
Bark 3 Mortonian M, Yell Leader M
Student Council l,2,3,M, Red Cross
l,2,3,M Art Club 3 Dramatics M
Team Topics M nAlmost Eighteen M
'Personality plus-dwith a flair for art W
Dale Pentecost, Agricultural
Baseball 3,M, FPA l 2,3 M Pres
ident 2,3,M, Student Council 3 M
1,2,3,M, Judging Team 3 M uAlmost
'A pleasing outlookthat will makehim popu
lar whereverhe goes No one will ever find
a better class president '
Phyllis Resh, Academic
Band l,2,3 M Mortonian M, Girl
State3, Vice president 3, Treasurer
2 M Student Council l 31h Red
Cross 3 M Dramatics M D A R
'Almost Eightee M
'Has a fascinating way of converting an
eve'yoayoccasion intoa,grandtime for all '
Robert Rice, General
Attended Richmond Summer School
and Texas Military College 1, Track
2, Bark 3, Dramatics 3 Boxing 1
'A pleasant lad who worked hard to finish
high school in three years '
Betty Smith, Home Economics
'A happy combinationof fun and good sense,
a lasting friend W
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Art Club 3, Bark 3, Mortonian
'A favorite friend of all, we're proud of
her athletic ability '
Marcia Wright, Academic
Band l,2,3,M,Chorus lpn, Morton
iam M, Dramatics M
'The first oneto decideto 'tie the knot."
Nancy Wright, Academic
Dramatics M M H 1,2,3,M 'Almost
Eighteen' M, Team Topics M
'She may be last according to the alphabet,
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Janet Thornburg, Home Economics
Attended Lynn 1,2 and part of 3
Bark 3 Secretary Treasurer 3 Red
Cross Council M
1' 'Small in stature, aboumdless in
Paul Van Camp, General
Band 1,2,3,M Bark 3, Red Cross
1:5 "' Council 1,2,3,M, Dramatics M
'The band and school will mise his
He, the graduating class of 1951, entered high school in l9h7. Freshmen, we
had been told, were to be seen and not heard, however we put on all sorts of airs
and we expected to be looked up to by every one. It didn't.take long that first
year to find out differently. There were M2 of us on the class roll:
Paul Baker Alan Henwood Bob McClure Walter Soper
Mary Black Jim Howell Dick Merkamp Marilyn Starr
Ben Blake Marjorie Hunt Marvin Morris Mary Spotts
Jim Byrd Nell Jenkins Dale Pentecost Ernest Taylor
Ruby Caudle Jane King Dick Rabine Byron Temple
Janet Chowning Vera Knipp Phyllis Resh Paul Van Camp
Fred Dickerson Beverly Lamb Bill Joe Rice Willard Wadsworth
Ronnie Hamm Bill Lucas Bob Rudd Don West
Neil Hamilton Paul Martin Donald Schwab Barbara Wickersham
Joan Harris Jim May Betty Smith Marcia Wright
Donald Hawkins Nancy Wright
In our Freshman year our officers were President Walter Soper, Vice Pres
ident Marilyn Starr, Secretary Jim Byrd and Treasurer Paul Baker Our sponsors
were Miss Doty, Mr Brooks and Mr Miles We enjoyed several parties and spon
sored a successful dance, the breshman blurry As the year closed we felt that
we had partly paved the way to our great goal We lost our president, Walter
Soper, to Dennis
In our sophomore year we settled down and strove to get back into the good
graces of the upper classmen We were joined in our struggle by Harold Jenkins,
Bill Harris, Donald Dale and Philip Jones Dale Pentecost started his career as
president Paul Martin was elected vice president, Mary Spotts, secretary, and
Phyllis Rosh, treasurer With the help of Mrs Hubbell and Mr Overturf we spon
sored a 'Sophomore Scootn and the traditional class tourney We tried to sell
It was during this year we traveled to Indianapolis with Miss Kimmel to see
the play Oklahoma Thus a successful year was brought to a close and we lost
five classmates Philip Jones, Dick Rabine, Willard Wadsworth, Jim Byrd and Bill
Our Junior year began with a bang During the summer we sold popcorn, cokes
and candy to the hungry spectators at the baseball games, and when school started
we were rarin' to go
One of the b g moments in our Junior year was when we saw our class rings
for the first time Everyone ordered according to his own choice and then an
xiously awaited the day they would arrive How long they kept waiting is another
During the year we had two very successful dances, the 'Junior Jazz and the
uTiger Tromp Por a little fun on the side we threw in class parties hayride,
and a square dance
Our class officers for the year were Dale Pentecost, president, Phyllis
Resh vice president, Mary Spotts secretary, hell Jenkins treasurer, and Marjorie
Durlrg thlS busy year ve ne J n ur , r st
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8V6DlHE was toppe off Ly a perfcrrance Cf junior talent
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PERSOFAL BEQUBATHS ARE
aul Baker, w1ll my nick rame, nPete', to Paul Widau
Mary Black, will my nicht life to Dorotry Bowles
Ben Blake, will my trombone career to Bill Smitn
Ruby Caudle, will my abllity to stay out late and get away with it to Carol
Don Dale, will my beard to Dick HBWKITS
Fred Dickerson, will my aolllty to lift 152 pounds over my head to bob Blue
eil Hamilton, will my naturally curly nair to anyone wno wishes to risk it
in the rain
Ronnie Hamm, will my de ooints aoalrst Richmo Q to B111 Burris
Joan Harris, will my petite f1CUT6 to wanda rowell
Billy dar is, will my pleasant ways to Claude nunt
Don hawklns, wlll IV hlll billy sorts to Donnie 18TI1S
Alan Henwood, w1ll my Plywoutn, Lizzle , to Judy King
J1m howell, will my oralns to anyore with yust a few oeobles
laryorie hunt, will my di5Hlf16Q walk to Shlela Weaver
Nell Jenkins, w1ll my allergy snots to Kay Kinb
Jane King, will my ability not to bo steady to Linda arly
Vera Knipp, will my twin brotner to Cnrlstlna Clance
Beverly Lamb, will my love for a quiet mar to Sonya Jones
Bill Lucas, wlll my dimples to 'artna Weaver
Bill Inndy, will my part in tue senlor play to Dlc Stevens
Paul Martln, w1ll my cat naps ln Assembly Q0 to neo Iuss
Jim Imy, wlll my car QTlVlHD to Helena Nc aly
Bob McClure, w1ll my ablllty to Let along with eighth Qrade
Study and bark Nfioht
LlTlS to Russell
Dick Merkamp, wlll my ablllty to know lt all to Dick Crocker
Dale Pentecost, will my ability to Let kicked out of ng class to Clarence
Phyllis Resh, will my report card to my sister, Iris, and my shorthand to any
person wisninb to eat involved
Bob Rice, will my ability to get along with rms KldH8y to Joe iatfleld
Betty Smitn, will my Jokes and wltticlsms to Billy, my Hbabyu brotner
ary Spotts, will my gig le to Alan Kempton
Marilyn Starr, will my nyackety
hrnie Taylor, will my quietness
Byron lemple, will my megapnone
Saran Toney, will my nredn hair
Paul Van Camp, will my crew cut
Jackety yacketyn to Joan Parrish
to Barbara Cauule
ana Charleston to Jonn Vambo
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Barbara wickersnam, will my atnletlc abllity to my orotner, Jerry
Marcla Wrl t Taylor, will my mar traps to my slster, Ann
an y wright, wlll my love for Lovers' Lane to Tnurlecn Miller.
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Paul Baker is new managlng One of Brock's chain grocery stores at laton, Ohio
fellin love witha beautiful New York model while on our Senior trip and later
went back to claim her as his blushing bride
Mary Black after graduating from Ball State she became a teacher in the Cambridge
City School She and her husband are living on Main Street They have one
boy who is in the second
Benny Blake is now trying for
were very successful, as
with Mr Castelluccio in
his third termas state senator His first two terms
we knew they would be from listening to his debates
Ruby Caudle left for Kingston, Tennessee the summer after graduation She married
an old flame-Othell Simpson and is extremely happy
Don Dale after graduating from high school joined the armv He 1 making a career
of it having served seven years He is serving as a lst Lieutenant and is
still waiting for that certain girl to say she'll be his wife
Fred Dickersfn, after marrying Betty they moved to California He is working in
Lackheed factory helping ake parts for airplanes Hehas a busytime ofworking
and helping take care of their four boys
Neil Hamilton is now teaching art at Centerville High School Hehe: nevermarried
He recently moved in an upstairs apartment at Hinkles teachers residence
Ronnie Hamm is now
Joan Harris is now
playing professional basketball with the House of David team
home is st1llin.Centerv1lle, although heie never there H is
teaching school in Chicago, Illinois She married a man from
Earlham college and they live in a small town outside of Chicago
Harris was another one to surprise us by becoming ton an at the Cincinnati
stock yards He is very successful in his work He is married and lives on
a farm south of Cincinnati
Don Hawkins is now singing over W K J G and is oneof the most well known hill
billy singers of all time His wife is the former Jeannine Spotte and they
have 2 girls
Alan Henwood is still farming on his farm south of Centerville He is assistant
county agent and has been for the last two years He has never married
Jim Howell is
as he is
now playing third base for the Cincinnati Reds He hasn't settled
butie still playingthe field It 1sn't easy for him to remainslngle
one of those eligible bachelors
is now head nurse at Reid Memorial Hospital She worked long and
become what she is today She married one of the doctors from that
and they have one boy and one girl
Nell Jenkins is now teaching music here in Wayne County Shefinally fulfilled her
ambltion of someday playing for the King a Queen of England Sheis acclaimed
as one of the greatest musicians of our time
King is now operatingthe Mademoiselle Beauty Salonat Fort Wayne She married
one of her instructors at Muncie, whereshe trainedto become a beautyoperator
They are the proud parents of a baby girl and are residing in Fort Wayne
Knipp is the home ec teacher at Centerville now after Miss Iva Glunt retired
She has never married, but we hear that there are several bachelor teachers
there so maybe she won't be single for very long
Beverly Lamb 13 now Mrs. Ronald Van Camp. Ronnie has been raised to the rank of
Lieutenant General and is stationed at Japan. They live in B house trBi10T
near his camp
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CLASS PROPHECY continued
Bill Lucas, as head of the Farm Bureau, is a very busy man but he is never to busy
to spend a large part of his tlmeen.the farm and their lakeside summerresort,
with his wife and boys
Bill Lundy after B1ll's big success in the Senior play he went to New York to try
for a part in a Broadway play He1sn't appearing in any playnow but has been
in several productions He married the stand in for the star of the hit pro-
duction 'Kiss Me Kateu
Paul Martin is a well to do farmer who lives on a farm north of Centerville with
his brothers He hasn't married yet but is still courting Mary Spotts
Jim May is now Master of Ceremonies on 'People Are Funny' He took over this pro-
gram when Art Linkletter retired Heil marriedand has triplets, all of which
Bob McClure is a professor at Earlham College and is teaching English Literature
We always knew he liked the study of Shakespeare because of the grades he got
in it in his Senior year in high school
Dick Merkamp is farming on a farm south of Centerville He and Nancy have a 200
acre farm Besides farming he manages to help Nancy with her U-H work
Dale Pentecost hasn't ever been able to settle down as yet He did help farm his
father's farm but now he is ru ning what used to be Mull's used oar lot
Phyllis Resh was always interested in her paper business She is now working as
managing editor of the Palladium Item She has found the right man, but is
waiting for him to return from the army
Bob Rice has his own monument shopnow'after working several years with his father
He is still hopeful as to find the right girl
Betty Smith, now Mrs Fred Dickerson, is well under way in completing her task of
helping to raise a baseball team They have four boys already
Mary Spotts graduated from Ball State inthe field of journalism When Grace Peele
ave up her job as manager of the local paper Mary stepped in and took over
ncidentally she has made the paper a booming success
Marilyn Starr is teaching school at Richmond She married while she was still in
Ernest Taylor has surprised allof us by becominga great movie tycoon in Hollywood
He is very successful in all ways, including his marriage to a new comer on
Byron Temple after graduating from hi h school was accepted in the F B I division
of fingerprinting in Washington C He has never married although he is a-
mong some very beautiful girls everyday
Janet Thornburg is stillthe quite, sweet, ladythat shewas in high school Shortly
after graduation she became Mrs Byron Culbertson and now they are a happy
fam'ly of five
Sarah Toney moved to Chicago to become secretaryto the president of Greyvan Lines
As yet she is single, but she doesn't denythe rumor about her coming marriage
to one of the managers of the company
Paul Van Camp is now managing a Centerville Midget Stadium He gave up trying to
organize a dance band after several futile attempts
Don West is now known the whole world over by all bobby soxers as 'The Grcaner
He is now living with his third wife
Barbara Wickersnam worked as secretary to the owner of the National Automatic Tool
Co for five years after graduating from C H S During this time Bill Lucas
was establishing himselfas head of the Farm Bureau in Richmond They are now
married and have three boys
Marcia Wright or Mrs William Taylorls living on a farm south of Whitewater They
are the proud parents of a setef twin girls They also have a little boy who
Fancy Wright, now Mrs Dick Merkamp, has a fine start, five boys They are living
on a farm south of Centerville She hasnow taken over Miss Iva G1unt's place
as U-H leader of Center Township
college at Miami. Her husband is the manager of the Goodyear Store.
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CAST OF CHARACTEHS....Left to Right...Mary Spotts, Beag Marjorie Hunt, Mableg Don
Dale, GeorgegNell Jenkins, Motherg Bill Lundy, Eddieg Mrs. Kidney, Director, Dale
Pentecost,Fatherg Bob UcClure, Mr. Nerritt3Ruby Caudle, Sallyg Nancy Wright, Miss
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SEATED: Mary Spotts, Secretaryg Marjorie Hunt, Reporterg Dale
Pentecost, Presidentg Dick Merkamp, Vice Presidentg Phyllis
Rosh, Treasurerg Mrs. Hamilton and Mr. Outland, Class Sponsors
FIRST RCW: Mr. McCoy, Dorothy Bowles, Christina Chanee,Barbara.Evans, Nancy Ryan,
Thurleen Hiller, Joan Parrish Mary Ann McNary, Carrol Study, Iris Miller, Joann
meek, 1r1e neun and ur. Litreh.
SECON ROW: lisa MoConaha, Willard Wadsworth, Russell Hildebrand, LeRoy Taylor,
Joe Hatfield, Diet Stevens, Carl Orsborn, Harry Fulton, Claude Hunt, Vern Xnipp,
Julia linters and Betty labry.
THIRD ROW: Paul lhite, Bob Blue, Clyde Morris, Joe Rosser, B111 Smith, Egils
Purina, Duane Gunn, Tom Eckenrode, Jim Shawhan, B111 McDaniel, David Best.
FIRST now: nary Ann ueuary. President?
Joan Parrish, Treasurer: Barbara EVBHB,
Secretary, lies HcConaha, SPOUSOT-
sEcoND Row: ur. uecoy, Sponsor: Jim
Shawhan, Vice Presidentg Mr. Littell,
INSET: Iris Rosh, Seeretar?-
by Mary Ann JWc.Ndry
When we, the class of 1952, entered our Freshman year there were 35 of us
Those enrolling were
Bobby Blue Duane Gunn Thurleen Miller Nancy Ryan
Dorothy Bowles Joe Hatfield Clyde Morris Jim Shawhan
Jerry Brookbank Claude Hunt Carl Orsborn Bill Smith
John Bryan Eddie Jones Joan Parrish Dick Stevens
Tommy Eckenrcde Vern Knipp Iris Resh Carrol Study
Barbara Evans Bill McDaniels Donna Ridenour LeRoy Taylor
Buster Evans Mary Ann McNary Joe Rosser Julia winters
Harry Fulton Joan Wrigley
Mona Lee Lemmons, Joan Meek, Russell Hildebrand and David Best came to us
We elected Joan Wr1g1ey,pres1dent, Bill 8m1th,vice president, Mona Lemmons,
secretary and Joan Parrish, treasurer Our sponsors were Miss Kimmel, Miss Mc
Oonaha and Mr Brooks
Our first class party that year was a hayride and party at Claude Hunt's
Then we had a Christmas party and exchanged gifts Our Valentine dance, The
Freshman Fantasy went over big as we incorporated the idea of crowning a king
and queen Mary Lou Mc0lanahan and Herb Johnston were selected
We lost Joan Wrigley, Donna Ridenour and Jerry Brookbank during the year
When we became Scphomores we felt we were really getting up in the world
We gained three new memberstc go along with uein this phase of high school life
They were Iris Miller, Betty Mabry and Paul White We lost one, Buster Evans
Miss Kimmel and Mr Brooks were our sponsors
Ourcfficers were Mary Ann McNary, president, Dick Stevens, vice president
Julia Winters, secretary, Joan Parrish, treasurer and Ir1sResh, reporter For
our first class party we followed an old precedent by havinga hayride We again
hada,valentine dance, Betty Smith and Herb Johnston were crowned king and queen
We were fortunatetm havetwo dances,the second of which wasthe Sophomore Shindig
In 1950 we started back for our third year of high school A few must have
become quite weary of school for Harry Fulton, Paul White, Mona Lem ons and Rus-
sell Hildebrand quit school. We lost John Bryan to R.H.S. We were very fortunate
in gaining lgils Purina from Latvia.
We startedour Junior year with quitea bitof zeal. We elected our officers,
as shown on page 21. We first elected Mona Lemmons as secretary, then when she
leftto get married we replaced her with Iris Rash. Our sponsors are Miss McCon-
aha, Mr. Mcdoy and Mr. Littell. CI want to stop to thank whoever is responsible
for the assignment of sponsors for they certainly have done justice to us and we
all appreciate lt.,
Our first big thrill was receiving our class rings-muchtb the envy of our
underclassmen. Our big project was the Junior play, 'Comin Round the Mounta1n,'
which turned out to be a colossal success under the direction of Mr. Littell.
Thisis our big money making year. We hld the concession stand at the ball-
games last summer and part of this winter. Our dance, Junior Jive, was-well at
least it wasn't a flop. Then came our Donkey basketball, and our planned party
to attenda drive-in movie. Miss Blackley an exchange teacher from England spoke
at our chapel. She was secured by Mr. Mcdoy. Miss McConaha directed the conces-
sion stand at the basketball games for us, and Mr. McCoy took care of seeing t0
our Coke machine and the noon stand.
The Junior Class has been active in all extra-curricular activities. Eight
are members of the band, five were on the basketball squad, four on the baseball
team and one acted as baseball student manager and one was a yell leader.
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CAST: lr. Littell director' Clyde Horrieas Curly, Julia Winters as Carol,
B111 McDaniel as fav, Mary Ann lcNary as Haw, Iris Resh as Oorney Bell,
Tommy Eokenrode ae Bob, Joe Hatfield as Zeke, Barbara Evans as Ellie Lou,
Duane Gunn as Id, Betty Mabry as Doris, Claude Hunt as Sammy and Dorothy
Bowles as Dizzy Mae.
The hill-billy band consisted of B111 Smith, Jim Bhawhan, LeRoy Taylor,
David Bestand.Joe Roseer. Bob Blue took oareol the sound effects, Thurleen
Miller the prompting and Irs. Littell the make-up.
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FIRST ROW: Maurice Baker, Clarence Mitchell, Billy Beard, Myron Higgins, Billy
Thomas and Dick Hawkins.
SECOND ROW: Catherine Cuneo, Shirley Harris, Waneta Harvey, Jane Gunn, Vivian
Mullins, Shirley Anderson, Betty Lundy, Martha Weaver, Janet Pippin and Jeannine
THIRD ROW: Mr. Brooks, Bunny Jones, Evelyn Gessell, Wanda Howell, Linda Early,
Shirley Edwards, Judy King, Barbara Caudle, Evelyn Jones, Linda Eadler, Sonya
Jones and Miss Kimmel.
FOURTH ROW: Loren Hamilton,Ronnie Harr1s,Clyde Reed,Dav1d Nuss, Billy Harrison,
Jerry Wickersham, Irvin Toschlog, Jim Cihlar, Dale Temple, Bonnie Pennington and
FIRST ROW: Miss Kim el, sponsor, Jim
C5-h1H1', treasurer, Loren!-Iamilton, presi-
dellti Ronnie Harris, vice president,
and Mr. Brooks, sponsor.
SECOND ROW: Barbara Caudle, secretary,
Linda Early, reporter.
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May of l9U9 saw our class say good-byeto Ju ior High and hello to our first
encounter with High School. We entered into our Freshman year with 34 students.
Included in this 34 were 28 students from the Centerville Eighth Grade U from
Abingtonand 1 each from Springportand Hagerstown. le were 'green' then tae per-
haps we still are! but yet never were we overlooked.
Our class officers during the 1949 50 school year were Barbara Caudle,
president, Maurice Baker, vice president, Evelyn Gesell, secretary, Jim Cihlar,
treasurer and Linda Early, reporter During the year we held two dances, a 'Far
rago of Frolic' and the January Jaunt ' We also had a hayride
Members of our Freshman class included
Dick D vis
Billy Beard Barbara Caudle Jim Clhlar
Linda Eadler Linda Early Shirley Edwards
Jane Gunn Loren Hamilton Ronnie Harris
David Nuss Jeannine Spotts Dale Temple
Barbara Jones Duane Combs
Billy Harrison lanita Harvey
Sonya Jones Judy King
Jerry lickersham Martha Weaver
Paul Taylor Clyde Reed
When we entered our Sophomore year we had acquired a bit more polish and
dignity CThank heavens!! Our officers are fou d on a preceding page, our Stu
dent Council members include, Evelyn Gesell, Maurice Baker, Linda Early and as
alternate, Jim Cihlar This class, numbering Mo at one time durin the year,
ained these students Janet Pippin from Riley, Betty Lundy from reensfork,
hirley Anderson from Hagerstown, Bill Thomas from Oklahoma and Robert Jarrett,
Catherine Cuneo and Sue Wright from Richmond Senior High School le lost Duane
Combs, Catherine Cuneo and Dick Davis during the year, also Ianeta Harvey
Duringour Sophomore year we heldtwo successful dances One was the 'Sopho-
more Heart Hop' and the other was held after the sophomore sponsored class tour
ney, WHICH IE WON! It was called 'Sophomore Special ' le had a hayride in the
fall and a class dance at Christmas
This year we had 5 boys on the varsity basketball teams, 7 on the baseball
team 5 members in the band and 1 yell leader We hope that our next two years
will be as wonderful and profitable as our first two years in CHS.
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KNEELING Jerry Joe Cockerill, John Johnson and Larry Hamm
SECOND ROW Mrs Pickett, Anne Wright, Nancy Winters, Sally Kramer, Rose Ellen
Trueler, Sheila Weaver, Alice Cook, Nancy Mervin, Marzetta Lamb, Betty Nafe, Kay
King, Gracie May and Mr Castelluccio
THIRD ROW Mr Miles, Mar Mustin, Phyllis Horr, Alta Miller,June Allen, Joanne
Cihlar, Elizabeth Kinney, laude Ceudle, Crandle Cook, Ralph Bowles, Paul Widau,
Bill Combs and Mr Hines
FOURTH ROW: Bill Johnson, Walter Etzel, Bill Burris, Russell Best, Bill Arthur,
Don Chance, Carol Park, Dick Crocker, Joe Ervin, Dick Combs, Alan Kempton and
FIRST ROW Mr Miles, Mrs Pickett,
classsponsors, Anne Wright, reporter,
Kay King, treasurer, Mr Castelluccio
and Mr Hines, class sponsors
SECOND ROW Ralph Bowles, president,
Bill Johnson,v1ce president, and John
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FIRST ROW Elvin Lamott, Ralph Frame, Wesley Spahr, Donnie Cook, Larry Burris,
Bruce Harris, Jackie Hawkins, John Uambo, B111 Downing, Arthur Horr and Bobby
SECOND ROW Richard Rudicel, Richard Atkins, Jack Soper, Richard Love, Janice
Hyre, Jane Barton, Frank Vaughn, Eddie Love, B111 Hahn and Lester Harvey
THIRD ROW Miss Olunt, Janice Hickersham, Phyllis Burris, Patsy Doolin, Dorothy
Phillips, Sally Jarrett, Ann Hubbard, Ada Toney, Juanita Darrah, HOIIDCH Rau,
Noreta Basham, Sue Bogan, Ritadell Lundy and Mr Overturf.
FIRST ROW M1ssG1unt, sponsor, Ann
Hubbard,reporter, Jan1ceHyre, vice
pres1dent3Janice Hickersham, secre-
tary, Mr Overturf, sponsor.
SECONDROW2 LarryBurrie, treasurer:
Lester Harvey, president.
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Hilliam Moyer, David Tidrow and Jerry
SECOND ROW Jean Holbert, Mary Ruth
Hiler, Lois Downing, Roberta Edwards,
ton, Betty Bowles and Reva Boian
THIRD ROW Mr Fornoff, Mr Tanner,
Thomas King, Russell Study, William Combs,
Chowning, Janet Flanagan, Jane Cook, Joyce
Barbara Floyd, Carolyn Combs, Joyce Johns
Patricia Fowler, Judy Williams, Marthlene
McClure, Josephine Kalb, Shiela Winters, Jackie Uissler, Sally Ann Monger, Nancy
Phillips, Martha Merritt, Marilyn Minnix, Lady Ann Moore and Mr Armstrong
FOURTH ROW William Vaughn, James Spotts, Thomas Darnell, Jack Jenkins, Helena
McNary, Linda Renschler, Janis Hunt, Toby Ann Tubesing, Marion Rose, Carl Conti,
Randy Jones, Benny Hawkins and James Barton
Marthalene McClure, president
Janis Hunt, vice president
Lois Downing, secretary treasurer
Jerry Nuss, reporter
Eddie Armstrong Johnny Overturf Clarence Tanner
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SIXTH GIADE FIRST ROW: RmmioHorr, Ronnie Weasel, David Pentecost, Kenzw Stough, Bobby May, Ju
Custer, Kenny Bose, Freddy Phillips, Allan MoC1ainand Denny Jones. SEEOND ROW Barbara Cheesnan,
Mary Ann Rash, Rachel Darrah, Mary Carolyn Johnston, Donna Ludwig, Mary Johnson, Lee Cook, Shirley
Pennington, Kay Hawkins, Rosalie Crocker, Rose Marie LoveandCarol Bousman THIRD R04 Mr Arthur,
Marcia Tibbs, Ruth Ann Smelser, Anna Jean Hays, Janice Howell, Marie Morris, Susan Johnson, Nancy
Bertsch, Patty Ahl, Jmme Ann Harman, Marcia Russell, Lynne Fraze, Sue Sprakes and Ethel Hughes
FOURTH ROW Earl Rose, Gordon Dickerson, Robert Sheckles, Lloyd Usher, Jinmv Eliason, John Lamb,
Dennis Jenkins, Michael Smith, Virgil Mayes and Stephen Kinder
FIFTH GRADE - FIRST RCM: David Vaughn, James Horr, Richard Rau, Dickie Williams, Marshal Jeffers,
and Ronald Hahn. SECOND RW: Delsie Lakes, Lavanns. Baker, Carolyn Lundy, Judy Moore, Carol Davis,
Ruth Trusler, Patricia Kayand Judy Parker. THIRD RCM: Sue Hubbard, Billie Sheckles,Ma:rgie Cihlar,
Marylin Rusk, Walter Renfrew, Jay Druley, Jimmy Resh and Yvonna Cormican. FOURTH ROW: Linda Lich-
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ROW: Terry Dale, Mary Ruth Renschler, Claude Soper, Jim Robbins, Wanda Frame and Joseph Hawkins.
SIXTH RCM: Terry Jones, Phillip Davis, Mr. Helderman, Mark Frame and George Usher.
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FOURTH GRADE FIRST ROW Alan Bailey, Ray Druley, Jackie Bertsch, David Hawkins, B11Jy Hibbard,
Clyde Pennington, Mike Rhoades, Fred Harvey and Harold Routson SECOND ROW Joseph Dan-ah, Mary
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dJ a.nne Miller THIRD ROW Saundra Johnson, Nancy Staats, Paul Hamilton,
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Judith Mason and Miss Bramer FIFTH ROW Carolyn arv y,
G bbard SIXTHROW Rex Hartman, Mike Schlotterbeck, Jerry Armstrong,
Pruitt, Jerry Tibbs and Linda a
Cletis Toschlog and Byron O'Bayley
THIRD GRADE FIRST RON Miclqf Ellison, Madeline Minnix, Janet Lamb, Terry Trotter, Sammy Riley,
J ckie Littell SECOND ROW- Mary Louise Miller,
Ha1'yAnn Custer, Tommy Palmer, Patricia Horr and a
Timmie McGraw Tommy P-ahdert, Patsy Cook, Judy Sorrell, Peggy Rhoades, Carolyn Haw
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FOURTH ROW: Bev-
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Carol Kinder, John Trittschuh, Gary pr ,
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GYCICIBS Two G' Three
SECOND k THIRD GRADE FIRST ROW John Coryell, Jack Combs, Jerry Chowning, Jerry
Catron, Jerry Connan,Esr1 Davis, Bobby Baldwin, Thelma Frame, David Anderson, Don
ald Bowles and David Daggy
SECOND ROW Carolyn Guin, Peter Biggs, Ji my Fornoff, Frank Darrah, Danny Baker,
Diana Dale, Raymond Clay, Linda Burris, Gary Darnell and Janice Adkins
THIRD ROW Lowell Chenoweth, Karen Black, Jimmy Catron, Ruth Combs, Marian Coates
Wilma Custer, Darwin Andrews and Mrs Evlyn Parks
POURTH ROW Florence Cihlar Sam Bender, Tommy Baker, Mike Floyd Lissa Ahl an
FIRST ROW Johnny Vaughn,T1m Nuss,Diann Williams, Michael Pfeiffer,
Joyce Anne Lakes,B111y Pruitt, Marcia Horr, Jimmy Mulroony, Susie McDanie1s, Caro
lyn May and Sara Sue Halley
SECOND ROW Dennis McClain, Myrna Linglnfelter, Thurman Hiler, Nancy Riley, Johnny
Ward, Bruce Whitham, Norman Miller, Darla Jean Parks and Emily Russell
THIRD ROW Johnny Sheckles, Judy Johnson, Melvin House, Patty Moore, David Mabe,
Daryl Renschler, Willie Moore and Mickey Melvin
FOURTH ROW Vicki Jeffers, David Tieman, Joan Routson, David Hall, Kathy Heath,
Jimmy Rowe, Linda Kay and Miss Monger,
FIFTH ROW Ross Allen Rhinehart, Jackie Hibbard, Gene Hutchens, Billy Renfrew and
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FIRST ROI BarbaraAh1, Eddielloyd, Beverly Horr, Dickie Hobbs Patty Carton
Jackie Horr, Diana Dean, Sharon Hawkins, Karen Gabbard and Larry Jenkins
SECOND ROI Mrs Henderson, Donna Eliason DonnaJeam.Henderson, June Hampton
Melintha Fowler, MaryBue English, Sandra sh, BharonJo Duke and Rickie Davie.
FIRST ROI: Daryl Moore, Jimmy Thomas, Bonnie Spraker, David lhitham, Linda
0'Ba5ley, John Myers, Oharollete Huffine, John Rau, Sharon Rice, Jane Pike
and arol Maines.
BIOOND ROW: Karl lisecup, Dennis McGraw, Freddie Trusler Michael Tubesing,
Thomas Perry, Thomas Kinder, 8ueAnn Isaacs, Judith Maxel, Tommy Schlotterbeck
and Judith Longenecker.
THIRD ROW: Reba Jones, Kaye Metzger, Larry Moore, Micheal Snyder, Joan
Tritsohuh David Riley, Donald Moorman, Junior Mitohel1amd.Mrs. Blanche Park.
rounrs noi: James ummm, starr Ann Smallwood, o1aua1a Pennington, nomue
Roehler, Robert Tubesing and Dick Sheffield.
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SECOND how Bally Sue Runyon, Tommy Pruitt, Olivia leaver, Johnny Hudson
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THIRD ROI Ricky Buohholz, Dena Staats, Bobby Johnson, Nancy Lichtenfels
Janie Harrison, Chere Littell and Mrs Kaokley
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lst Phyllis Resh, Tie for 2nd Dorothy Bo
OUTSTANDING Shhluh GIRL AND BCY
Nell Jenkins Byron Temple
Jim Howell Joan harris
Don West Nell Jenkins
Mary Black Phyllis Resh
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Paul Van Camp
Betty Smith Beverly Lamb
CBOSLEY KITCHEN PLANNIN CONlhST
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Marcia Wrl ht
Betty Smith 2nd Iris Miller 3rd Vera Knipp
Barbara wickersham, Captain
HOT S OES
Paul Baker, Captain
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THE FIRST STRING BULLDOGS
KNEELING Paul Martin, Tommy Eckenrode,J1m Howell, Duane Gunn and Joe Hatfield
STANDING Student ManagerDon West, Jim Cihlar, Ronnie Hamm,B1ll McDaniel, Loren
Hamilton, Ronnie Harris, Billy Harrison, Bill Burris and Coach Charlie Niles
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The Team That Beal' Richman
KZNEELING Russ Hndebrand, Dale T'mP10 and Joe Hatfield
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SECOND TEAM TOURNEY
Cambridge City 36 Centerville 17 Brookville
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Centerville 27 Morristown 26
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SEATED Bill Combs, Myron Higgins, Larry Hamm, Galin Basham, Ralph Bowle
D ld Ch Paul Widau Walter' Etzel and Coach Eddie Armstrong
1IRbT ROM Richard Love, Russell btudy, Ralph Frame, B111 Downlng, Jack Jenkins
QRCOND ROW Coach Renry Fornoff, Charles Kramer, Bob Dickerson, Jerry Nuss, Don
STANDING Student Manager Jerry Cockerill, Crandall Cook, Dick Combs, Billy
Count Baseball Champwns
FIRST ROW Duane Gunn, David Nuss, Bill Harrison, Student Manager Bill Smith,
Jim Cihlar Jerry Wlckersham and Tommy Eckenrode
SECOND ROW, Paul Baker, Paul Martin, Don west, Ernie Taylor, Jim Howell, Ben
Blake and Bob McClure.
THIRD ROW Baseball Coach Eddie Armstrong, Joe Hatfield, Bill Burris, Bill Mc
Daniel, Don Chance, Dale Temple and Athletic Director Charles Miles
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FIRST ROW: Rose Ellen Trusler, Linda Early, Julia Winters, Paul Van Camp, Ruth Ann Smelser, Nancy
Berstch, Lee Cook, Tom Eckenrode, Marthlene McClure, Phyllis Resh, Alice Cook and Helena McNa:ry.
SECOND ROW: Ben Blake, Bill Smith, Richard Love, Don West, Wayne Petty, Mary Black, Ruby Candle,
June Hartman, Ruth Ann Trusler, Joyce Hiler and Rosalie Crocker,
THIRD ROW: Jim Howell, Bruce Harris, Larry Burris, Joe Hatfield, Rose Love, Carol Bowsman, Janis
Hunt, Randy Jones, Jay Druley and Jane Cook.
FOURTH ROW: John Wambo,Nell Jenkins, Claude Hunt, Joan Harris, MaryAnn McNary, Marcia Wright, Iris
Resh, Joan Parrish and Janet Flanagan.
FIFTH ROW: Jerry Nuss, Bill Arthur, Jane Gunn, Wanda Howell, Evelyn C-esell, Ann Wright, Graoia Nay
and Jim Barton, Director Henry Fornoff Kinsertj.
FIRST ROW: Jane Cook, Ruby Caudle, Nancy Berstch, Marcia Wright, Mary Black, Nell Jenkins, Janet
Flanagan, Rose Ellen Trusler and Rose Love.
SECOND ROW: Roberta Edwards, Barbara Floyd, Marthlene McClure, Betty Lundy, Shirley Anderson, Loi!
Downing, Dorothy Bowles, Helena I-IcI'Iary, Gracie. May, Alice Cook, Joanne Cihlar and Josephine Kalb.
THIRD RCM: Wanda Howell, Mary Ann Mol-Iary, Evelyn Gesell, Joan Parish, Liz Kinney, Janis Hmmt, Iris
Miller, Joyce Hiler, Linda Hart, Judy Williams and Carol Bowsman.
Julia Winters, Ed1tor,Mr Littell, Paculty Advisor,Sarah Toney, Co Editor, Betty
Mabry, Business Manager, Thurleen Miller, Art Editor, Mary Black, Circulation
Manager, Bill Smith, Sports Editor, Clyde Morris, Nimoegraph Operator Inset,
Bob Rice, Feature Editor
FT TO RIGHT Lonnie Woods Jennett Chance, Paul Williams, Earl Ninnix, Lemon
Vore, Clinton Russell Jr , halter Kendall, Claude Dil1on,A1va Hall, Emory bhOPtn
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Charles Kramer, Don Cook, Bill MoDan1els, Jim Cihlar
SECOND ROI Hr Outland Phyllis Resh, Mary Spotts, June Allen, Elizabeth Kinney,
Linda Early, Evelyn Gese 1, Robertaldwards, JoyoeH1ler, Betty Mabry, Joan Parrish,
Nancy Ryan, Hrs Hamilton
umor Red Cross
FIRST ROW Bruce Harris, Bill
Duane Gunn, Egils Purina, Bill
SECOND ROW anet Thornburg,
Winters, Beverly Lamb, Helena
Johnson, John Johnson, Rell Hamilton, Byron Temple,
Phyllis Rash, Joan Harris, Nancy Winters, Sheila
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PIRST ROW Jerry Cockeril, Crandle Cook, Vern Knipp, B1ll Beard, Larry Hamm, Jul
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SECOND ROW Clarence Mitchell, Dick btevens, Paul Baker,Don Hawkins, Jim May, Don
Chance, Paul Wideau and Mr Overturf
THIRD ROW Dale Pentecost,Nei1 Hamilton, Loren Hamilton, Alan Henwood, Irvin Tos
chlog, Dick Merkamp, Bill Harris and David Best
Future Homemakers of Amer1ca
FIRST ROW: Christina Chance, Beverly Lamb, Carol study, Ruby Caudle and Barbara
SECOND ROW: Miss Glunt, Nancy Phillips, Lady Ann Moore, Evelyn Jones, Vera Knipp,
Julia Winters, Martha Merritt, Dorothy Phillips, Barbara Floyd and Mrs. Chance.
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SECOID ROI Mary bpotts, Marilyn Minnix, Mar1anRose, Sally Monger, Helena McNary,
Jackie Wissler,Shiela winters, Juanita Darrah, Dorothy Philllps, Patsy Doolin, Ann
Hubbard, Melinda Rau and Betty Smith
THIRD ROW Miss Glunt, Mrs Davis, Toby Tubesing, Martna Weaver, Patricia rowler,
Iris Filler, Joanne Meeks, Marjorie Hunt, Sarah Toney, Beverly Lamb, Ritaoell Lun
dy, Janice Wickersham, Mrs Bell and Mrs Doddridge
Bill Wright Clarence Wilson Mrs. Doddridge Herbert Hedges
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ROANNA GEETING JACYSON
Butler University, Indianapolis
Crosley Corporation, Richmond
JACKIE HATFIELD MQCONAHA
Purdue Universlty, Lafayette
Ball State, 'uncie
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PARILYN 'fYER IILLS
Housewife, Albany, Georgia
Earlham Collese, Rnrhmond
JANICE SPOTTS ORSBORN
Indiana UH1VGIS1ty, Bloomrngton
Nurses Tra1n1ng, Reid Hospital
Rlchmond Baking C mpany
Crosley Cornoration, Rlchmond
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GOOD-BY and GOOD LUCK from the MORTONIAN STAFF, of 1951.
1951, the winter of much snow and many impromptu holidays,
the year we beat Richmond, the year of the Korean War and the
absence of Wayne Hines, the year of the yellow cords,the year
of another baseball trophyand another Wayne County basketball
Byron Temple, Editor, Marcia Wright,Joan Harris, Sarah Toney,
Marjorie Hunt, Barbara wickersham, Assistant Editor3Ne11 Ham-
ilton and Mr. Littell, Advisor.
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