Centerville Senior High School - Mortonian Yearbook (Centerville, IN)

 - Class of 1952

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C -1 I ct' I ' KU CU t A 2 Y ' ' H CS' rf X' 'GJ M 52 N P' ' ,, ff-5 L1 'i Ln 'gl ' , C 1 LT K' ' P F, ET' O Q., C 1 Q, 1 0 Q I' V' Y I Yi '1 U Q8 XE?gfSb ,D .7 W 5 r-YQ? +0 ADM! IIRATHP an-'H Arthur H Hines Walter J Kendall E L Outland t Wpyne no supt of Schools Principal Center Township Trus ee t 1924 Present Centerville Schools 1951 Pres n FAC LTY 1927 resent V L Outland, Principal Algebra C H S 1927 2 Experience 55 Years A B Earlham College A Chicago University Indiana State eachers College Due to illness, Mr Armstrong was forced to leave us shortly before Christmas We all mis sed his cheery smile in the halls However, Mrs Armstrong also has a cheery smile and her graclousness has helped to make the rest of our year pleasant Edward S Armstrong, American History C H S 1948 52 Experience 6 Years A B Taylor University Earlham College Syracuse University B311 State Teachers College .i Rose Hamilton, Assistant Principal 'Na Mathematics, English a Botany f C.H.S. 1922-52 X A.B., A.M. 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I U ' 61,77 C Kathryn Kimmel, Latin 5 English C H S 1952 52 Experience 20 Years A B Earlham College Northwestern University University of Wisconsin Edna Pickett, English Experience 14 Years A B Indiana University Northwestern University, School of Speech Columbia University Earlham College sd- Lowell A Brooks, Mathematics Q Science C H S 1954-52 Experience 25 Years A B Earlham College Q Manchester College Indians University Butler University Bal State Teachers College Harold McCoy, Mathematics C H S 1946-52 Experience 25 Years B S Central Normal College M S Indiana University Indiana State Teachers College Hanover College Henry Fornoff, Jr High Coach Music C P S 1940 45 1945 52 Experience 15 Years M Butler University 6 Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Earlham College Purdue University HuB1C Aff- ' . 4 . Iv I BQL. fx ,lk .. 1 . . I J o o s X 'U w 9 0 o f.:-1 ml 1 . 6 1' ' va 1-.0 o - '- T B. . 1 Martha McConaha, Librarian Health English, k Physical fducstion C F 9 1959 52 Experience 12 Years A B Earlham College University of Colorado LST ' ,A 1 4. 45? . ' , - - lmig '-'L" J l! 0 University of Cincinnati l'gW1 University of Wyoming . Y' Q f Hg 35- A It I . . .I , - 5 Qi . ff V 5 .J M A fe f fu A A ' f . . C if X University of Minnesota Keith Castelluccio, Social Studies ,g A: C H S 1950 2 Exnerlence 2 Years A B Varlham College Charles Niles Science C H Q 19 7 42 Exoerlence ll Years B S Indiana State Teachers Wayne R Hines, Social Studies C H Q 1949 52 Experience 25 Years B.S. Earlham College Iva Glunt, Voc. Home E00n0m1CB CQHQSQ Experience 17? YCBTB A.B. Manchester College Purdue University Ball State Teachers College ollege .l.l. .i., Mrs Cn rlotte H nten -11" Exoerl noe l Ye r F 1 College Jllli W Pern Follese Indi n Univezslty eell rrer, tio Director Bookkeeoirg, Snov rand, srd Tyolng 195 I mia 2 Te Q17 CV2vlOtte Yioney, Sn een sro oeb C H S 1950 1 2 if fxo r'1e'1ce 15 Ye rs A B University of D1+t k Carnegie Institute of Teo nola y estern Reserve Univ sity Jonethen L Overturf Vocational Agriculture C H lQ2b.lO42 Experience 29 Years A rivulture, Uurdue Tnlv Mrs Alta Armstrong Social Studies .H.S. 1 A.B. maylor University 0 Q 5. - . 9 P t , e ., e A.B. -ar hsm T -- at . o . e.a - 9 Sli H. Atlile' '. . Lx . -'twl,. L h C.H.S. l-1953 Tvnerience 5 Yesve B S. nt 1'I,.St'WtD schpjwc 7 --9P9 JH- J - ' e . . . . -l95 H so . 2, , , a 1 i - ,, W I. - er Q u on-o , fy ' Q I C .952 rsity 1ll 'HQ Robert Eugene Blue Acade lc His ability to write on any subject is out size of his feet"" Nortonlan Staff U Studert Council M, Jr Red Cross U Soeech Club M 'A Date With Judy' U, Track U, Vol leyball U Dorothy Emma Bowles Academic Oh, for a thousand ongues" Mortonlan Staff U Student Council 2 U, Soeech Club U 'A Date With Judy' U 'Com1n' M H l23, Chorus 3 U Girls' State 3 Sub for Senior Boys' Bas ketball Team U Billy Ray Smith General Bill thouvht Webster had the words spelled backwards, so Bark Staff 3 Speech Clubnb 'A Date with Judy U Band 1230 Yell Leader U, Bask t ball 2, Baseball 2 M Baseball Manager 3 Mary Ann McNary Academic If her sense were cents, she'd be a mil l1ona1re"" Mortonian Staff U J Red Cross 230, Speech Club M, 'A Date with Judy' U Comin Round The Mountain' 3 Band l23U, Chorus 3 ua u-H 1235, President 2- 3, Vice President U. Joseph Llhcoln Hatfield Academic A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men"" Mortonlan Staff U, Speech Club M, 'A Date with Judy' 1+ 'comin' Round The Mountain' 3, U-H l-2, Jr. Red Cross U, Band l23b, Basket- ball 1235, Baseball 1234, Track l2b, Vol- leyball U. Phyllis Joan Parrish Academic Gay and JOEv1al Student Council 3 M Speech Club M, 'A Date with Judy' M, Jr Red Cross 4 Band l23h, Chorus 3 U U-H 123, Secretary , Tr asurer 1230. 7 5,514 1 'F 4? QV , v'Af ' 1: ..zse'zsz:a::2:: . I A , , . A ,I , 5 O K ' ' - he e- welghed only by the Round The Mountain' 3, arwan ed th Allllll? 'I g em ...... . n. IQOII I un 7 , , -xl ' v D 1 L 1 - , ' . , , I E ' D ' k , JF I ll - - I ....!2! I r. ' .... A 5 , ll I , a Julia Ann Winters Commercial Bright headed, inside outlllll Nortonian St ff U Bark St ff 3 Soeech Club M NA Date With Ju yu U nCom1n' Round The Mountalnu 3 Band 12 U U H 123 FH 2 3 Secretary 2 :R Afbr Claude Hunt Agriculture Claude is to the Senior Class as a can 1 to a dog, makes it go nCom1n' Round The Mountain' 3, Band 3 by FF 1234 u- 1 3: Judging TeamfCrops7 2 Track 235, Gross Country 3 U. W1l1l3T Earl MCDHH191 acad 1C a t red by the U l's Learn1r', Love, Lazire and LINDA Mortonian Staff M Student Council l23 d ro s Date With Judyu uCom1n' Round The Voun ta n' 3 Basketball Cross Country u -A31 Iris Helen Resh Academic Our 20th Century Florence Nightingale Vim, Vlgor, and a Col e Smilellllll Mortonian Staff U Bark Staff U Student Council 1 U Jr Red POSQ U,Soeech Club U 'A Date With Judyn M nCom1n' Round The Moun tainu 3, Band l23b U H 1234 Chorus 3 vice President 1, Secretary 3, Reporter 2 U, yell .eader 123b, DAR U, 4 Barbara Lou Evans Home Fconomics She's eng ged, she's lov ly, but do s she use rond's? Soeech Club M, UA Date V h Judyn M Comin Round The dountainn 3 Chorua 3 M FHA 2 3 M H l23, Reporter 3 ,Y 'X Richard Stevens Agriculture r will by a FF CCro gavel pounder, who someday be hooked W manlllllll 1234, Jud ing Team Dsl 1 3 H 123 President U, Vice Preg dll A. A 12- .4 V gg I , -Q-A 'S 5 frif nb' A A . 1 sag? , . .. - ,g I J-J llullun , and Jr. Re C S M,--A D as A h 2 , u, an I -- A . Q : .J .1 , . A1 Q H 2 d J, ' A Baseball, 2-3, Qtllaent COUYIC11 , , ' Kit , n n 33 ' ! A 'J -I , ' - ' 9 ' v -A If Q. ' . it L , I tpt V Aa mv '- A i A X I J A 'L ' lf f f f .. in 3 K 4 " fJ ' J 'I Ou , ,, t . ...... !!!! ' s ---"'he ga 0 ....... A - Q , - - 9 E' 7 A , H - c: . A ' ' , 2. ' ' ' a - , - 1 g 1 Betty Jean Mabry Commercial Her favorite eubject JIMlu3n Bark Staff 3 Student Council 3 A Date vi h Judy M 'Comin Round The Mountainn 3 FHA 2, Attended Rich mond l Nu ' fgilq Andrls Purina Academic Our favorite 'naddle ouaheru who has an eye for Southern Belles"' Mortonian Staff U Junior Red Cross 3 D, Attended school 1 Germany 1 ECC ning oong chamnion U ,D Thomae Jer old ckenrode Academic Henry's best Cand onlyl Oboe olaver'2" Mortonian Staff M Speech Club U HA D te With Judyu U HCom1r ound The Nountainn Band l??b Baeketball 12? , B ebell M Treck 4b,Volleybell U Q' qw? Christina L Chance General Big qurorieea come in em ll o ck ves"' B rk Staff 2, Chorus tended Richmond 1 C rrol Study Home conomics The only one we know who c n laugh at any th1ng" Qoeeck Club U A D te Jith Judyn U FHA 3, 4 R 2 Q 63h Clyde No rie Gener l Our Boyn hae had a 'Leading Roleu ir ma Ho lywood mov1es" Nortonlan Staff U Bark Staff 3 Sneech Club U, NCor1n' Round Tre Mounta1n"3, 'A Date with Judyu U Team Tonics 3 , I- W A .. P . . . .-'S ,hfi , w M ... 'Fx Q I A-. , r. 'KE . 1 A M Q , M ' ,- -., v an :- k 11 A , J DO I , 4 gvi 3- K N i . 3 A K 'n R j - H 3: .. 3 ' ' ., 2 t u I - l 'f 1 'N - y A 1 nf Q 1 -U A ae, , 23 , v ' , . , A 'Aw . ,- 1 - , 1 ' O C tjif rzl ,V F" 7 ,V A-X -, 2 . ', if' 'L. , f I ' .Q ' Lf' V, ,X ig.t ,t , QQ iff , . . A K A P, . 1' ' Q I .Q AQ ...:arse fl ' " u ,,- E . .. - A 4' - ' I ... 2-b, F,H,A, 3-u, At- H 1 i'QX .4 . , J, consul I - . A s n A - 1 . . A - u I - - , A . ' a - 0 40 1',7 Iris Mae Miller Home Economics Some may laugh, some may talk, but I'll do both forever""""" FFA 23U, Chorus l3b, Attended Riley 1 Jlllllg 'jj' Charles Du ne Gunn Academic quiet end innocent D ANITEIIIIIIIIIIII Mortonian Staff M Student Council 1, Jr Red Cross l23b,uCom1n' Round the Mountain' 3 Bask tball l23b, Base ball 3 b,Baseball Mgr 2, Track l23U, Volley ball 233 l l' 'Y A f'llI' fx JoAnn Meek Home Economics Why Blondes and Brunettes are Jealous UA Date with Judy' U FHA 123 Leroy Taylor General Young man with a smile! Speech Club U. 'QI7 Elmyra Jane Carlton Academic Oh, I come from Alabama Attended John S Jones Jr High School l, Attended Etowah High School 2,3, and Dart of N Attended C.H.S. part of U,Pres Debating Club 1, 'AnBasketball Team 1, Class Play l,Valed1cto- rlan l, Band l23b, Chorus 1-4, Beta Club 3 U, Pres. BetaClub M, Senate 4, F.T.A. U, Driving Club 4, Hho's Who I Most Depe- ndable 4 Vern Oliver Kninp Agriculture Greased L1ghtn1ng!1. u-H 1234, F.F.A. 234, Track l-2 M, Judging Team 2. - if ,, fl ' ' 'V' H U A v vi' ' ggljb aqliw sa Z ix . . ,. it '?!f', jjyf QQ h , If I .xv-I looking,l ---- but so is ' ' A TQX YN . . .......... . ' - 9 . , I . V - . ' A - I A A A v L . lf, Av V ' Q -------llfflfllllfflf ' - 1 l I i Carl Orsborn Agriculture I'm from Missouri, You've got to SHOW mel Y 7, F' I 1,11 a , A NN , g 4-ml Judging Team CLive- stockl U. Thurleen Donna Miller Home Economics Her first love men, her second BOYS" Bark Staff 3 U H 3 U Chorus l b fx Vlf Y ij! 782 XQS llll Il James Edwin Shawhan General He worries not, he hurries not, his calm is not disturbed Mortonlan Staff M Bark Staff 3 Vice President 3 BEHIND THVSE WALLS Behind these walls of brick and steel Imprisoned vith our study books Our teachers are our wardens, with their stern, forbidding looks Armed with all but useless weapons I speak of those pink slips, They try in vain to stop our runnin Or silence all our whispering lips Some day soon we'll get our pardon Conmemcement Day we all will share Then we'll cry and hate to leave it FREEDOM'S MORE THAN WE CAN BEAR""! by Dorothy Bowles C ls, D ' Q I il Q 1 3 . A xx - 1 ' ' 1 , .A , 1 ll. u s C J A , f 3 r ' A7 ,1 41 Y 3 r ' ' I 1' C ' t ' ' ' A : 2 1 "' 5 .L ' g cifla Q 1 , it . ' :Zj :sp ul!-- L., E.. V- ' ii'- Q 1 , V -'A - '45 T 2 fl ' ' , 1 CLASS HISTORY By MARY ANN MCNAHY A DATE WITH '52 KBETTER KNOWN AS THE SENIOR CLASS HISTORY, Production Manager Director Stage Hands Time Place Plot ACT 1 Mr Lee Outland Mrs Rose Hamilton The Faculty Four Fun Filled Years 1948-52 The Hallowed Halls of C H S A osycologlcal drama oortraying the mental and emotional g onth of 55 bewildered Freshmen through the stages of green beanies to yellow cords We, the graduating class of 1952, entered our Freshman year with high enthusiasm There were 35 of us on the class roll David Best Bob Blue Dorothy Bo les Jerry Brookbank John Bryan Tommy Pckenroke Barbara Evans Buster Evans Harry Fulton Duane Gunn Joe Hatfield Russel Hildebrand Claude Hunt Eddie Jones Pauline Kellams Vern Kniop Mona Lee Lemmons Bill McDaniel Mary Ann McNary JoAnn Meeks Thurleen Hiller Clyde Morris Carl Orsborne Joan Parrish Iris Hesh Donna Rldenour Joe Rosser Nancy Ryan Jim Shawhan Bill Smith Dick Stevens Carrol Study LeRoy Taylor Julia Winters Joan Wrigley Determined to make our mark in the annals of CHS history we set about electing our officers Those chosen were President Joan Wrigley, Vice President Bill Smith Sect JonaBLemEons, Treasurer Joan Parrish Our sponsers were Miss Kimmel, Miss McConaha, Q wr roo s During the year we enjoyed such social events as a hayrlde party at Claude Hunt's and a Christmas party at which we exchanged gifts Our first high school dance was the 'Freshman Fantasy? a Valentine Dance At this dance we inaugurated the idea of crowning a king and queen ACT 11 When we became Sophomores we began to feel a little less obscure Uoon enrolling we found that we had lost 4 members Joan Wrigley, Donna Ridenour, Pauline Kellams, 8 Jerry Brookbank Buster Evans also left us early in the year Iris Miller, Betty Mabry, and Paul White came along to take their places Our sponsers were Miss Kimmel and Mr Brooks Our officers were President Mary Ann McNary, Vice President Dick Stevens Sect Julia Winters, Treasurer Joan Parrish Reporter Iris Resh Our first party was again a hayrlde We crowned a king Q queen at our Valent1ne's dance for a second time This and our 'Sophomore Shlndigu were both colossal successes ACT 111 When we became Juniors we realized that a great task lay before us that of mak ing enough money to finance the needs of a Senior class Thus our Junior year really began in the little concession stand at the ball diamonds early in the summer of 1950 Starting back for our tnird year in high school we regretted that some of the fam lliar faces were missing Harry Fulton, Paul White, Mona Lemmons and Russel Hllder brand quit school John Bryan lAfter hearing Mr Brooks say 'Go west young man'b got his directions mixed, and wanting to go to the Devllfsl anyway, transferred to a school in our eastern suburbs Egils Purlns came to us from Latvia and with his outstanding ping pong playing made a distinction for our class PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 5 2 THE BEST IB YET TO couE1'111u I2 1 Y ' A' ooooonosccoooooo o QIOIIIICOOUO Ollik U ooooocoo annul coooooooc sooo "- """'- UU" DIOO ' c o 0 coco coco A 7' g T! c C . W U r 4.4 . A-I E A A . : - v 1. - - I .- F - - . v. 3 0 o . . - O c ' l "" v , c v " o , 1 a o : - ' - : -- . - : ,, . . o 0 'V u o . ul I A 3 O I ' f 0 ' , o 4 ILL We, the Senior Class of '52, having sound minds, bodies, and a bottle of spirits, and fearing that our spirits may soon be broken: do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. As a class, we bequeath the following: For the Faculty ----- WE LEAVE. To the Juniors---We leave our seats by the windows, the gum deposited under them, our dirty yellow cords, and our superior ranking in the school. To the Sophomores---We leave our most efficient brooms and muscles, to be used by their clean-up committees. To the Freshmen---Since the above was all we posessed, we leave only aixpe that they, too, will someday gain the dignity, poise, and prestige that goes with being a Senior. Our singular selves bequeath the followirg treasured belongings, to be divulged among our fortunate survivors in event of our passage into the cruel world---To put it bluntly YOU CANHAVE THE JUNK WHEN WE GET OUR DIPLOJLS V f , Q haf? , fl Col f fm 5 Q LM ,f HIDXI YLL X59 Bob Blue, will my way with the women to Walter Etzel Dorothy Bowles, will my ex boyfriends from Richmond to Nancy winters, who do esn't want them, and my ambition to my brothen Ralph Christina Chance, will my love for chool to Jxnet Pippin Tom Fckenrode, will my lightning speed to Dale Temple, and my shortstop abil ity to John Schultz Barbara Evans will my willingness to go steady for 4 ye rs to Phyllis Burris Duane Gunn, will my unwanted nickname to a more capable predecessor, Jim Cihlar Joe Hatfield, will my team in gym class tc Bill Burris and God bless youl Betty Mabry, will a semester of Civics to anyone who 1sn't luckv enough to get out of taking it Iris Miller, will my love for Chevrolets to Carol Park who loves only Fords Thurleen Miller, will my gift of gab to Mary Mustin Vern Knipp, will all my points and fouls in noon league to Jim Reed Joan Parrish will my long hair to any needy 'poodle' ! Iris Resh, will my 4 years of cheerleading to my sister, Mary Ann, and my trusty toothbrush Jim Shawhan, to WDoc's' Health Class will my plymouth to Bill Burris Bill Smith, will my yell leading position to Alan Kempton Julia Winters Dick Stevens, Carrol Study, Clyde Morris, Leroy Taylor, Egils Purina, but don't take all will my red hair to Phyllis Burris will my office in the Senior Class to Clyde Morris will my extra pounds to Alice Cook will my left handed basketball shot to Bob Blue will my curls to anyone who wants them will some of my ways of playing ping pong to Ronnie Harris, of them, or you will be a loser I, Claude Hunt, will the busted manifold on my Pontiac to Loren Hamilton for his Plymouth It runs too quietly I, Carl Orsborne, will my Agriculture classes to any 'happy' Junior. I, Joan Meeks, will my part in the Senior Play to anyone willing to put grease in THEIR hair. Dan 1 t I HB 1 ?' gil? gin vgggfvT1wilgym3g?oJg egggegfulrrfhn filled veare in hirh school to mv sister P lena, who I he e will eoorec11+e +V m a much 8 I In e Having solemnly declared this to be absolutely our LAST will and testament, we herebv appoint Mr Outland and Mrs Hamilton executors- Witnessed and signatures attached this twenty nineth day of February. in the Year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Fifty Two feigned! di Qf2C6'l7Cal7l superintendent feigned! Priuoip feigned! X V' My ' 4 Editor-in Chief I3 1 Y H IUL . If o I, - , Il S AZ o 1, - - A , I, Q f , . Q , 5, 9 ' . 1, , ' 8 O I, , 0 I, . , T, . I! e I, - 1, . 1, - , I, , . I, ' I, - 1, - - In ' I, - O .....- , ' ' r A V ' ' V , - ng Q .1 0 V M 4' VV , D I fr, 'J - .. c AV. L . .- . ,- O . . . I 0 " pf, f- r ff. ' X . VZ!! fepi- - ,Z ,gg ,I-L - , ,gyfl fs',K,a,,,g, 4 .1 DOROTHY BOWLES and BILL MCDANIEL As ml rocket came to rest on the landing platform at Centerville Airdrome, I thought of my old days at C H s nlle I had s fem minutes to wait for my crew to re fuela I decided to walk uptown to see if it had changed ir t e 40 years I had beer ava The change was remarkabley ',j7 ",," The new modeln buildings and escalator sioewalksk fx. 1' !ZjD marked it as a nuge xetrooolis One of the outstanding 62- A landmarks vas the Logan Building headquarters for Logan ,422 AS I evolved frol the revolving door, and draped my b 'MYZD lanky frame over a stool at the counter, I noticed a dis tinguisled looking eloerlv lad sterlrg at me As I del X- ved into the deep, dark, chasms of mv hollow cranlum I N-v recalled a talkative runt from the Class of '52 Ahllll ,uf time, for ve both started flapping our lips at the same time Wasn't that just like her always talking at the same time I wanted tog After the greetings and selutetions were over, I a sked her what she had been doing the past 40 years I snould have hnovm better what she yapped about for the next 7 hours 165 minutes is here put briefly After graduation, she attended the Purdue School of PHRTMSCY, then found the one nan in the world with whom she could argue day and night without get ting mad so she married him This was Keith Logan In the time she has left after helping manage the company and caring for her 26 kids fYes, she raises goatsJShe promotes a Truman for President campaign,Margaret, tnat 1 Drug Industrie , Inc Q BOB BLUE owns and operates a chain of T V and radio networks over which he broadcasts daily sports programs The former heavyweight matman retired after he broke his toenail in a fight with the Great Togo Fe married the nurse who attended him in his ensuing illness, and they now have 8 ch1ldren,6 cats, and a canaryfoops one of tne cats just swallowed it! He writes best sellers in his spare time CHRISTINA CHANCE is now head librarian at the Hamilton Libraries She accepted this position after she finished her last world tour, during which she sang for tne Queen of England Her lyric soprano voice has been laudedas even greater than Jenny L1nd's TOM ECKVNRODE, who scored nome runs in each of the last 25 World Series, to lead the Giants to victory over tne Yanks retired last spring to become a concert pianist His daughter, Margaret, does the vocals BARBARA EVANS became the blushing bride of Duke Collins and tneynow have a dancing school in Abington, where they teach tne HCharlestonN During vacations, they and their 7 children tour the mounta1ns,teach1ng square danc ing to the hill billies DUANE GUNN attended Butler University, and later coached for many years at C H S During this time, only one of his teams has failed to capture the State Championship This was a 1 point loss to Richmond, when in the last 2 seconds of the game, a double technical was called on him for sticking his tongue out at R1chmond's coach, J1mfABJPeters After this, he succeeded his father in law, Nolan Hyre as Centerv1lle's leading T.V. and outboard motor salesman. JOE HATFIELD became assistant to W. R. Hines, Professor of Civics at Centerville University. He is still spry at 62, and is HOW touring ghe Wigld on a motorbike collecting facts on Civics for a book which he Pl3nB 0 WT e Fourth Period Civics, and How to Escape It' CLAUDE HUNT and LEROY TAYLOR went on tour for several years doing a Lion and Mouse act in the vaudeville circuit, then opened a gymnasium. Cligdefdo es manicuring and massaging, while Leroy teaches Weight lifting, Bndl 9 538 art of self defense with a short sword. He is married to Tiny Littfegla lf lb. woman wrestler. Claude spends his spare time pasting Pictures 0 mee' in a scrapbook. They are the ones A1 Caop drew of him when he posed for L1 1 Abner Comics. CARROL STUDY succeeded Miss Glunt as the Home Ec. teacher at C?H.S.Egg- though she has had many prooosals,she has been so busy bekins P193 OP - I4 coaches and principals that she had not had time to get married- I I I V by 1- -I ' A v Q ' I Q - W7 Q ' ' ' ,. AQ DOROTHY BOWTES. She must have recognized me at the same X - .1 . J , .' 7 1 , . . . . A , A A A W ' S. . , A , , rovegETTYbMABRY finished nurse's training, then married Jimmy Her schoo11n P O e very helpful for they run a dog and cat h it 1 S Say, the pets of their children are the most frequent pagigntz Needless to LARY ANN McNARY after getting h D t f lish from I U married her old fla er Oc or 0 Philosophy degree in Eng d rath r crowded' at res t f me, an now resides in Dogtown They are P SH or most of th 1 by the St Bernarda which they raise e rooms n the houge are occupied IRIS NILLFH went to beauty school and aft r 1 1 Eggldalive as cheaplv as one, finally married gimconghgy ??veJo:mg fgggt neg? rusbgnggn and Iris uses h 1 tra4n1ng to help her 4 young daughters catch THURLFEN MILLER wrote a 'Dorothy Dlxn column in the 'Old Tra1l's Echon for many years, but was fired when she was caught writing to herself to see if she could suggest a plan by which she could make Bill propose This did n't discourage out T M , for the next week she was nominated and elected JOAN MEEKS married her one and nl d th ttl d raise their little famll 0 y' an ey Be e near Abingdon to Y Then came fame and fortune, for Joan vor the title of Irs America She won this a claim by her unusual talent for ole ing the ba! JO VERA KNIPP now operates an implement store in Centerville He bou tit ah with the money he recieved for wr1t1n of his N d W 1 leading love stor ma 1 a g esoapa es n one of the y gaz nes We don t know what it b t f it must have been a lulullll was' u or 35OO'oOO EGILS KTHE BOUNCERJ PURINS became the World's Champion Ping Pong Player, and now operates as a hobby, classes in the arts of ping pong, volleyball, and tennis He says, 'I have attained my position by always being on the ballln IRIS RESH, after getting her degree in nursing, became Supervisor of Nurses at the new Outland Memorial Hospital At the age of 40,she married Joe Ryan, and they now have a basketball team which plays for Webster High School Iris does all the yelling JIM SHAWHAN and CLYDE MORRIS went into business for themselves shortly after graduation They are now with the Barnum and Bailey Circus Clyde is tattoing cartoons on the tattoed ladies, and Jim is photographing Clyde's art work CARL ORSBORNE and DICK STEVENS attended Purdue, and later became Pres and Vice President, respectively, of that institution At 60 they are still bachelors, but they say, NJust because there's snow on the roof, 1t's no sign there's not fire in the furnacel' BILL SMITH, after leading yells at I U for 16 years, finally graduated and ls now trying to spend a 810,000,000 inheritance, left bv an eccentric aunt At present he is engrossed in the promotion of the experiments in the World's slowest speedboats, to see how fast they can go forward in reverse on dry land without gasoline JOAN PARRISH married Joe Fulton, who became president of the Locke and Hill Furniture Company They have several children, but the exact number is not known for Joan has not had time to count them lately She has the World's largest collection of unfinished mrniture, and also many stray cats JULIA ANN WINTERS, after getting a degree in business management from Oberlin, went to New York to become business manager of the New York Yankees. She married the youngest son of Bob Feller, who was one of the new pitching sensations. when he discovered that Julia, too, could play ball, he coached herfor her present pos1t1on--- shortstoo for the Mud Hens, a woman's baseball team, which is coached by Casey's great grandmother. Since I am so modest, I left my own fortune 'till last. My name is BILL McDANIEL, better known as Adm. Willy Mick of the Interplanetary Armed services Command. I don't like to brag, but I do have a pretty influential position. I am Vice Admiral in charge of keeping boll-weevils out of the el- bow padding of the space suits of buck privates in the Canine Corps. I have had tnis position for 35 years, and am thinking strongly of making it my car- reer. ' . o M' , - e 'O 0 . 1 A V V -J3 ' , . 1 0 The first woman president of the U.S.a. CThe United Sausa:eaters of Amerlcat- T . 0 O O , e 11 On May 10, 1952, our little group of 25 s niors left Cente ville to begin an exciting eleven day tour of points of int rest in the Vast On th first day we reall d that e had four wonderful sponsors and a wond rful bus drlver Mr McCoy They proved to be very helpful and understanding rhen we got lost ran out of money, o w re a nuisance ln general The first night out was spent at the Fort Llgonl r Hotel in Ligonier, Pennsylvania The next day we toured the Gettysburg battlefield and cemetery where Abraham Lincoln made his famous addr ss That night we arrived in Wash ington, D C While we were there we went through the FBI, the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, th Jashlngton Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson's Tomb The Arlington Cem tery, The Library of Congress, The Supreme Court Smithsonian Institute, The Museum of Natural History, Congress, and Rep Hq1vey'g offi e We also took a boat trip down the Potomac and a side trip to Mount Vernon Mr Outland made a friend of one of the little gray squirrels on the Pres1dent's lawn by feeding him a cough drop and giving him another one to bury The above picture was taken ust before we went on our tour of the Capitol New York prov d to be even more exciting than Washington We had a very colorful guide vho took us on a tour of the City The only two stops that we made on this tour were in Chinatown and at the Cathedral of St John The Divine Some of ua took a ferry to the statue of Liberty, others we t to Stage shows and a few of the avid baseball fans went to se the Cubs play the Giants After we left New York, we drove through West Point This seemed to the others to be the highlight of the trip for Elmyra We spent that night in the Mark Twain Hotel in Elmira, New York While we were there a group of us went swimming in the new YMCA pool The n xt day we journeyed to Niagra Falls We stayed there overnight ln order to see the falls ln all their beauty when they were lighted up at night Our trio under the falls in the Maid of th Mists was also enjoyed b ll the students After driving all day through Canada, we arrived at Detroit, Michigan where we spent the last night out Most of us were too tired to go out that night In the evening, during a rain just like the one when we left, we arrived home at last in Centerville We enjoyed our trip and would like to go again but no place compares with Home. Since Elmyra Jane Carlton moved to Centerville after the will and Prophecy was published, we are going to place them here I, Elmyra Carlton, will my 'Yankee accent to Ronnie Levesque so that he can converse with Southerners more easily We prophesy that Elmyra Jane, otherwise known as Frowney May, will make the most outstanding center that the Globetrotters ever had, and that she will soon be living near West Point. I 6 5 Q A ,H , k I Rf - -. . ..w., 3 ,,,.h, 9 . r- a T 1' u ' T 2 In X ., H,,,5f , 'A ,K T , Y, N ,, E, 3 ,P ..., A .I e . - . . e ze ' w . , e ' , Horace Roberts. Our sponsors wereg Mr. Outland, Mrs. Hamilton, Miss Glunt, and . . . F V , A -L, V - I' ,, , . - I' ' 9 1 , . . 5? ., - s . , . , . L l . . S Q - V Q f ' OJ! V I w . e Y , , e , r . ,. . . , . .- - Q . ' A O O . , ' , 0 T . , , , X , . J ' Q1 ' 1 9 h - c - I 1 . A , A O e U . , I . A S Y 2. T , , , '-' O O U ,- a A . . , ' o A ll I CH azzggw ER lhjfax P 1 , . U3 . ! ' .1 -. . -, -5. K -..., -c!,wZ',. ,ii Iris a Phyllis Resh Wlkenis on the right. Betty Mabry 5 nRufu8n IUHOO Jim Shawhan t Il Dorothy Bowie S A Q +P' Q 2 ga' , 'T7xi':.i I Q ""T'11g-fQ- "" o X.-1 g 'ni ggi ' . '-- 4, 4. f x nl ,..vi,-awdvn-'AA 41 Q .3 fo - ff., L - L37 . -we e ' P" ,-b .' N ,, 3 I' 1' ,bi ,-f-!',.7aff.gTu. 4, ' ' Q - , u . , ' 1 ? Leroy ' K T-, Taylor JOHH Parfigh Barbara Evans Vern Iris Miller Thurleen 'Monkey WT11l1aW Knipp 'Clarence' f exif! 5 , ni. ix? . 3 ,ly A ', .J . ,M A Y '1 Bill! Ray an Betty smith T e 113121 1 "Fi ' , e one S njffmkz x Joe Hatfield Julfgedn Claude Hunt Tommy Eckenrode 'Hoe' 'Sampson' 'Eck' Ni, Joan Meeks Mary Ann McNary -W 2231525128 rr""-1fm1wMW2? ommencement Row 1 Dorotny Dovlee, Tmurl 1 1141 , Irie R Q1 Perol Study, Ghrietin thence, Nerf Ann 1PVar 2 ra Pvans, Jown P I is , Iris 111er o 2 C 1 Oreborn V n Knivo, Betty Mebry, To une Me A Juli Twyr C r1to1, u n Gun , To Q tfield, Teroy Tevlor o 1 Qha H r gile Purina, Flyee lorrie, Tor ck rode,QoV Blve, l ude iunt, D111 'PU nifl Dick St Ven R111 on H Left to Right I,1e P eb, Renorter Varj Ann ncNQry, Vice ree ident Jo n Perrish, Qecret rj mrs qurep nick Stevens, Pr eldent 18 Class fflcere Left to Right IRIS MAE MILLER CHRISTINA CFADCL IRS ROSE HAMILTON IH the above pmoto, xhiom aooeared in tne P81laQlUU Item, Lrs Rose H milton points ou the rout vhich ve will take on our trio to two of our Seniors, Iris Hiller and Christine Chance Christina, who was strlokenwdth polio xhen she was just a baby, will go on the trio with the rest of the class wnen we leave on may 9 taxi Pictured oove is Bon la B tten Junior in Cert rville Hirh Sctool Q event mo t of hi W fi tne hwndiv D of not belnb ble to ben fit fro the cl s discussion, Don h s kent his sr de dish d has orosr sed t dily ith the r st of his cl H1 f xorite hobbies r nhotogrsnhv no nhoto denelonirg de is looking forward to pr du tinf neyt ye r with the The trio will be mlde easier for her by a wheelchair which 1 s loaned to usty the Wayne County Society for Criooled Children rest of th clsss of l Q 4, I e Du ettes' ,J n runs feaver, Alta Mllle , rn? Jo n, Julia, Mery Anrkrightf N new W1ntF'S 3 ftv Cfe "" and Dorothy Nafe, Rose Vllen Trussler Twelve Years Together R111 Johnson, Valter ptzel John Row 1 Thurleen Miller, Doxothy Bowles Row 2 Joan Parrish, Barbara Evans,Jul1a Winters, Bob Blue Row j Joe Hatfield, Jim Shawhan, Dick Stevens, Carl Orsborne, Duane Gunn, Bill ',C'T '1 G Alta takes a rest. Johnson ' Bone of the Soohas Fqvins fun" in the refreshment stands 19 W Wlmmw . M 1 Q S . ..., , . ,l .,,.., ,, "'k. em.. LW, I f 2 2 Q 1 fm e ' V .,,!V " 'I 'ff' -v. W K . ,w fi ' ""-'f,,,f- Q N , ,,,, i, m, . mv" V '- v 'Y ' M 1 - Q' - a ' Q , vi . ' 'S . - A 9 U ... V J' -.1 ...U he His -. . s s -est -ve . V I 1 1 1- L AL years studying et home. Desnite -- r' " Y 'ni o' 3.1 : ,S A In' 51, 4- . ' ,. C . 9 J 1 " 3 ff: K Q T L : .2 I , X v-sL s l Q sn A - - .I Y M ef. s ee - w . I " C eo ess. s af V - 2 e . ',. . D l . 1. A - , - " . ' 7 ., .. v, 4 Q . n, . ' . 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CLASS OFFICER ,QQ Q ,- fa e4f .25 ' Left no Right Jim Cihlar, treasurer, Bar bara Caudle, secretary, Linda Early, President Ronnie Harris, vice president 'N NV' g V V' lliid QN in VY' First Row Dick Hawkins, Maurice Baker, Myron Hivgons, Bill Beard, Bill Thomas, Clarence Mitchell, Bob Jarret, Dale Temple Second Row Irvin Toschlog, Ronnie Pennington, Bill Harrison, Loren Hamilton , Clyde Reed Jerry Wickersham, David Nusa, Jlm Cihlar, Ronnie Harris Third Row Martha Weaver, Janet Pippen, Evelyn Jones, Sue Wright, Shirley Parris, Shir ley Anderson, Betty Lundy, Jane Gunn, Vivian Mullins, Wanda Howell Fourth Row Mr I-'arold McCoy, Sonja Jones, Jeannine Spotts, Linda Eadler, Linda Early, Barbara Caudle, Judy King, Shirley Edwards, Evelyn Gesell, Barbara Jones, Miss Kathryn Kimmel, Mr Wayne Fines J ' , B . ---l ,f:2Pfm.W5'4 A ,Q . V Qwikv A 4 7 I fp! ...4 1, I EX gig E 3 X Lg I pa 'C 'X' . 1 X - ' N ' W M 5? ,AEE X If J! i- YI V . x xwgs N U 2 '. 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I ve'we bee re n er r 1f1c re re rlrf o r ye r o ere nf ll P r1or Host coneelten end egot1st1r l o a tell you s But nov for sore History F en en we ertered witl quric D IDF Q Do U v1 qwq U41 '12 sqm Linda farly tneta 1 Vey an le d'ar Myron dl Pins velrn Jones Paul Tavlor Clrde Reed UFQ qOw Sonya uones Judy King Clar nc Xitdl ll osv o no ores, but now or 1 re un Q ool a f 'vien u n UQQ n Snot e nl D1 1U ic ersha a we V r e Jon Q Vuene Co bs D tt Jineon o u se 0 Q h 1 anet Harvey or pl 1 union, Dat+y Gloson, Duane fombs, an Pill Cro s, cu bev Ixndy, neta Gibson, B111 T101 s,Sh1 7 r anepraon, Bob Jar ett Nl , a N loo e A ltion D rln 1 , :on o ore, B Jun1Jr ye rs, our o ficers vere Fresn Berblr Caudle, Presii nt V uri e Bake , V1ce Pr sldent Jin Fihl r T ea u r velyn Ge ll S cretary Llnd arly, R nort r Qonhonore Loren Henilton, President Ronnie Herrls, Vice President Rerbara Caudle, S cretary Jin Cihlar, Treesurer Linda arly, R oorter Student oouncil Evelyn Ges ll Linda arly laurice Baker J1m Cihlar Junior Llnda Parly, President Ronnie Harris, Vice President Jim Cihlar, Sec Treasurer Qarbara Caudle, Reoort r Stud nt Council Vvelyn Gesell Linda Early Mau ice Baker Loren Ha llton THI: YEAR Five of the first seven who are regulars on the basketb ll team Juniors. WE have seven bogs on the baseball team, six members of our clas are ln the band, and one is a yell leader. For the last two years, we have won the cless tourney. Ve n ve sev ral boys out for track and volleyball. Wanda Howell won g1rl's slngles 1n DlHg Dong. She and Jane Gunn won tne doubles. Myron Higgins was one of the team winning boy's doubles. We had two class oarties this year, and also UWQ dances which were very successful. All I hone is that we have half as much fun and helf as many good times next year as we've nad this year. Q T H E J U N I O R C L A S S H I S T M - pq TT tl vguxv v ""' " 'A"""- Nell, V' ' .n :rfei F- eQn,. and 1.e1wn ,ent S nl 1 V ' as Juniors, ve'- . a '.s u 'ss f f, at aff, the Senlo Xear. we' - dflwtfdly tne L U 1,, ,' . A J ,a less in nlvn .cn f.eH any ae: , tgey'll -, ' ol. f M, . M . As res-ib 1 . , , 1: I ,- .e ,2L,- U -' ' VL' W M 111.5 Evelyn Ye.ell wry jsp - David N s, ilei D vis 'lir ,y E u Ads Jeannine 3 tts Jffl 3Ui1 A' f QQ . Dale Ten, e 'ill Aelfi E , ' , Ronnie P-rn .fton Lvren Hanilto. 1, Jerry H k,,tn m 31,12 ,A CQ .YA Q 1 Vqvti' ',' J G ?W1flQ Harris Irvin Toscholg Ruth Runyon Jif Clilsr Wa.. . well Bzrbar. ec ?hlnley Harris ' , , ..s 7 Lln 2 Tadler w A ,a v '-1s Q 'I "F 1 ' fr 1 wr' L1-1 1n'Tlk . e. e n e B111 .ross Durlnf the to r. f ye rs we Hive lost Disk Devls, T' V a..- g Psul Tayl 1, H152 F j . J 'L , , L.. d s 1 - e t nl e Talnel Petty .1 .f We V , Q... - 1 L3 . r-e' f.l ,.t ,.r ., and J' et Plonin who ere , 'e we s,d , ,u ,: oyr Frevdien h.,n,g sn, f ',a f ,,- I . : ,lien - ,-1 L. as f. , 1 - e . .L ra so ,. ,r ,V -e. M . l . co s , M J s , r ,s re lr . .e E oss , e , 1 , -l,- A E. 1 ,e Q - E.- E, U fi e ' e . E v 4 . ., . , , . s , L . - e e , . r , . c ,m a L . , L . Ft :L are CLASS OFFICER C' gl! June Allen Nancy Winters My iw President vice-President , 32, 'L 'E2kH? ., 'pnfffl' .. "-..Q,7f,.ffff:1rg. L12 Kinney Joanne Cihlar Secretary-Treasurer Reporter. Row 1: Claude Caudle, Jerry Joe Cockerlll, Wayne Petty, Alice Jeanne Cook, Sally Kramer, Rose Ellen Trussler, Gracie May, Joanne Cihlar, Mary Mustin, Phyllis Horr. Row 2: Mr. Keith Castelluccio, Alan Kompton, Ralph Bowles, Elizabeth Kinney, June Allen, Nancy Winters, Alta Miller, Kay King, Ann wright, Marzetta Lamb, Larry Hamm, Mrs. Edna Pickett, Joe Ervin. Row 5: Mr. Lowell Brooks, Delbert U11ery,John Johnson, Walter Etzel, B111 Johnson, Bill Arthur, Dick Crocker, B111 Burris, Paul Wideau, Don Chance, Crandell Cook, Julian Johnson, Dean Best, Carol Park. THV SOPHOHORL CLASS HISTORY By June Allen As w enter d our Freshman year, w numb ed thirty seve Our oflicers that yeal we e Presid nt, Raloh Lee Bowles Vice Presid nt, Qecretary, John Johnson Treasurer, Kay King Resort r, Anne soonsors that year wer Mr Castellucclo, Mr Tiles, and Mrs new class nembers we e Julian Johnson, X yne Petty, Paul id B111 Johnson Wright r Picfett Our u, Mary Mu tin, llzabeth Kinney, Sh lla Weaver, and Carol Parks Ne lost Bill and Dick Combs to Richmond We soonsored the usual two d nces As me entered our Soohomore year, our class June Allen Bill A thur Russel Best Raloh Bowles Bill Burris Don Chance Claude Caudle Joanne Cihlar Jerry Cockerill Crandl Cook Alice Cook Joe Ervin Walter Etzel Larry Hamm Phyllis Ho1r John Johnsor Juli n Johnson B1 llohnson Alar Kempton Kay King Vlizabeth Kinney Sal y Kramer ates included Jean ine Laremore Gracia May Wancy Mervin Alta Miller Mary Mustln Carol Parks Wavne Petty Delb rt Ullery Paul Widau Nancy Winters Anne Wright M began to prepare to sive our chan l, which was given at the end of school Even though the oth r students thought this practlcirg ndless, nad lot of fun working togeth r Ou soonsors this year were Mr Castel luccio, Ars Pickett, and r Brooks We lost Yancy Mervln, Betty Que Nafe, Russel Best, and due to illness, Sheila W aver Howev we gain d Jeannine Laremore, Ronnie Levesoue, and Delbert Ullery We had two dances,One which was held after tae class Paul Widau, Bill Burris, Five a memb rs of r on the has ball team next fall tourney Our student council included Wayne Petty, and att rnate, Nancy Winters the band, two are on the basketball souad, and two We are eagerly looking forward to being Juniors 0' dlr The Soohomore Latin Class at Party at Don Bette The Teacher is Miss Kathryn Kimmel a e e . s er - n. ' . - ' r -- U e - a - , , A. , , - , D J. . 3 g . U .e W . Ou . 5 , ' 9 A . - J . Hg t .. g L Z. Q V . A , r , C. . fa , W a H , C E . . Q , K , ' 1 . Y L - . 9. , V vn I . . n .. . In w L A 1 - ' Q K L Q . .L W , - .L - M N 1. V . . . ,. . e , . Q - , . V - -, . Q I A , Dick Crocker Marzetta Lamb Sheila weaver 'S Q , . 9 - . . . U e . e . -. . e . we ' 9 Q -vu - - k . A A c . . ' il , . N1 . , A . . . -A , ., - I , - a , ar 9 . , .1 A , ,,. f ,. W, . , V . e . .-. . lre e . . v , J H . a e J ,.e . . .3 Q . . Q 1 f D .. E - - ' f , . -4 ,. .., our lb a A , V A I ' l ls ' , I .Q R 9, -, v n ' S 0 . O Magi' IIIEiE5?' it Larry Lurrls John Shultz Secretary-Treasurer Reporter 'u K First Row: Franklin Vaughn, Arthur Horr, Wesley Soahr, Lilly Downing, David Medaris, Jackie Hawkins, Bred Clinganpel, Ralph Frame, Jimmy Wright, Larry Burris. Second Row: Dale Baker, Lloyd Mustin, Jimmy Reed, Charles Hildebrand, Don Cook, Bob Chamness, Stan1eyMeyerB,John Schultz, Bruce Harris, Elvin Lammont, Bob Fulton, John Wambo. Third Row: Phyllis Burris, FlorenceTrouse, Rosalie Riley, Carolyn Jones, Melinda Rau, Dorothy Phillips, Patsy Doolin, Juanita Darrah, Ada Toney, Kay Vance, Miss Glunt. Fourth Row: Miss McConaha, Janice Hyre, Noreta Basham, Sally Jarrett, Suzanne Mustin, Ritadell Lundy, Sue Bogan, Ann Hubbard, Janice Wickersham, Bob Dickerson, Jack Soper. Fifth Row: Mr. Overturf, Jane Barton, fred Peterson, Richard Atkins, Alan Koons, Richard Rudicel. CLA Q OFFICER' Janice Eyre rrc' wrrie B,., LA. J rrenlcent Vice-Irrglntnt I ' i Q s Flor IPS P'T it finu P yodre not -A V 'sf ass's Forvicts Cell Bloc 10 Corvicte of studving too n rd Sente ce 2 more yenrs at h rd i - ' un i i -11 :Z ul C 1 ' ' lj-ttl O07 I t irml Kg 1 ' lmbow' in the h lla Cf Pvrticul rly Snaps 451' 0' I J Q' 0 Q s s u s s 5 "'v"s tw 's 'x 'R ' vdil' u giuuii lllll Aff? ef and u pose Q Judy and OOg1e C reful you don't stem on tn t tongue, Eve1yn"' uuaaAu,X von P4i ouring tne s1x+h D rlod if 5 Pandolnh and mommy Porn' srcnhl I nTh9't'S all I h ve in my B111 seems a little tired Dockets , Judy 4' I 4? ,6.r"':w" J' ri:-Q ne- I m just Q drlo, 1 111:31 Qouirt, but oh, the ' be qt in me I.. Th: Senior' Tramusl E! A Jun'or fChorus?????7 lin . I' V '45, l 1 ,Ap sxix Nl I 1 J L f A ' 5, 1 ' , ' K, :IA 'N' K Q Y 'Q ' 3 ' '1 - . l 5 x 1 1-'54 I A Af. . + fm, X .- , if og - ' .-. .. ,f a gg, 1, ,A - fa '. - . L - -.-...gh-'mg' l v 7 Q LF nl A, F' .. new I., , - - I , , K . - J? 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EQ President Vice President Roberta Edwards Lois Downlng secretary Treasurer Reporter J QLS First Row Carl Conti, Benny Hawkins, Billy Vaughn, Bill Combs, David Tidrow, Russell Study, Jimmy Barton, Omer Shultz, Tommy King, Jane Cook, Barbara Floyd, Second Row Bill Chandley, John Skethway, Tommy Darnell, James Spotts, Jackie Jenkins, Jerry Nusa, B111 Kramer, B111 Hahn, Orville Hahn, Billy Moyer, Randolph Jones, Marian Rose, Mrs Hanten Third Row Josephine Kalb, Roberta Edwards, Sheila Winters, Jackie Wlssler, Judy Williams, Jeannie Holbert, Mary Ruth Chowning, Marthalene McClure, Sally on or, Vio let Larremore, Helena McNary, Janet Flanagan, Nora Bose, Reva Boian, Betty Lowles Fourth Row Patty Fowler, Mr Miles, Lois Downing, Toby Tubesing, Linda Renschler, Janice Hunt, Joyce Hiler, Lady Ann Moore, Marilyn Mlnnix, Joyce Johnston, Mr Slinker 1 x -3 Qu., 'D 'R ,v A "1 'l 'i'. x I s ' .J fs 4 F K 0 GSX Q Q 3 El CY. ' 7 - vo I, if' QE, , y .. 1 V K I ' F C : ad' N K , . . , f k , 3 5 1 l 4 1' Y .1 f r r J 1 FW - ' Q d f f ' I ,' . ' 'V C I U O O , l Us g - I : I . ' K O I 0FFlCliR Ruth Ann Smelser V8T'C18 Russell president ce President 406- Virgil Hayes Mary E Johnson Secretary Treasurer Reporter First Row John Lamb, David Pentecost, Jay Custer, Ronnie horr, Jerry Winters, Ronnie Wessel, Kenny Stough Denny Jones, Freddie Phillips, Jimmy Martin, Alan McLain, Mary lnn Resh Second Row Mary E Johnson, Virgil Mayes, Earl Rose, Gordon Dickerson, Bobby May, Robert Scheckles, Jimmy Eliason, Kenneth Bose, Stephen Kinder, Paul Frame, Dennis Jenkins, Donna Ludwig. Third Row. Barbara Cheesman, Carrol Bouseman, Anna Jean Farvey, Roselee Crocker Janice Powell, Ilo Johnson, Mary C. Johnston, Nancy Bertsch, Susan Johnson, Lee Cook, Shirley Pennington, Sharon Botsford, Kay Hawkins. Fourth Row: Mr. Armstrong, June Ann Hartman, Marie Morris, Lynn Fraze, Bernice Wilson, Ruth Ann Smelser, Ethel Hughes, Mr. Fornoff, Barbara Riley, Marcia Russell, Mrs. Kidney, Rachel Darrah, Sue Speaker. A gvi..,.,g gwwa' r if 'G A . I I L ' is 5 NJ X r Q, . , Vi - E .0 x ' ,A F xg' V Q Q , W A , 'if 'yi 2. . . , if 'I ,' Q N- f I ' , 1, , QA. ' 'F . If - . ' u . n . "' ' ' h 'M Z, f , ' nl, ' ' - ' 'u 4 - f F ,T ' fl' g - , v ' x . A r - I , . Q i . , - . , YI ' -' - - . v,., all " , 1 ' ' ffi .I X I lx Q Q 1 ' 1 :fi -3- Av 'i A M - ' f ,A .y' . 7 ' iv , 1 l , , I 2 e I F!!eX 42' gi First Row: Ronnie Hahn Dickie Williams J. k F .e N, 1 1 ,- Horr, Richard neu, Jmimy as-sn. I ' ec Nm" 'Pram Jeflers' James Second- ROW! Judy Parker, Judy I-foore, Jimrle Bobnlns Claude 30 W .. .L .A -, . V. pep Jay ggggegargglllip Davis, Carl Cooper, Eddie Case, Terry Jones, Ke1th,Hays, Third ROW! Patty Kay, Ruth Ann Truesler, Robert Swartzeell, Joseph Hawklng Terry Dale, Mark Frame, Lawanna Baker, Yvonne Cormican. ' Fourth Row: Karen Glunt, Wanda Frame, Carrol Davis, Sue Hubbard Carolyn Bundy, Judy Wlssler, Deleie Lakes, Peggy Little, Marilyn Rusk, Jean Rent- -POW, Billie Soneckles, Margie Cihlar, Joeeohlne Wilson, Fdlth Rhoades Connie Bender Joyce Ryan Ke Kid. 11 L1 -' 1 3 f A , ' ' ler, mr. Artnir. ' y we ' n H L Clten els' Rary Ruth Bench' Grade 1 f IC' ' 3' e xy-' 5 'ZX .'. Y 'YYY V ' A ' Tf" First How: Nancy Staats, Mary Ellen Jenkins, Jane Kinney, Sharon 1 6 6 ,T ' Henderson . kg' Q hfj 3' Second Row: David Hawkins, Joseph Darrah, Billie Hlbbard, Buddy ff ',t.,' h" Phillips, Marilyn Sue Chamness, Saundra Johnson, Joyce Henry '-ne-' H- Carolyn Dale, Mary Morris, Sandra Snyder. Third Row: Billie Sue Smith, Mike Schlotterbeck, Bobby Edwards Jerry Pruitt, David Vaughn, Eugene Mull, Eddie Palmer, Vincent Parshall, Donna Frame. Fourth Row: Byron O'Ba11e5 Joanne Miller, Sue Able, Mike Rhoades Bruce M8Cle1ne, Freddie Harvey, Gary McNew, Donald Henry. Fifth Row: Clyde Pennington, Marilyn Davis, Jewel Duggan, Cletus Tggchlgg, Harold Rouston, Walter Rentfrow, Sixth Row: Mr. Helderman, Linda Gabbard, Judith Mason, Kermit Johnson, Cary Force 28 Grade Sthl-6th Grade Row 1 Larry Riley, John Trit schuh, David Coffey, Judith So rell, Larry That oher, Terry Trotter, Bobby Sooer Row 2 Susan Bousman, Bill Wilson, Jack Tidrow, Gary Soraker, Alan Bally, Saundra Cheeseman Row 5 Jackie Bertsch, Jerry Armstrong, Irene Callahan James Bowman, Donna Andrews nary M Koerner Teacher ., ,I -P' Q M -I gl FIRST GRADE Row 1 Dena Staats, Jerry Riley, Gar0l Martin, Dennis O'Conner, Vickie Rey nolds, Robert Rhodes, Suzanne Smith, Dennis Moore, Billy Minnix Row 2 Loren Minnix, RBymOHd W11S0n, Johnny Russel Bonnie Smith Leah Moore, Jane Ellen Martin, Barry Milst ada Jennifer Mathews Row 3 Tommy Pruitt, Kent Wlsecup, Darrel Parshell, Olivia Weaver, Sally Runion, Jerry Rowe, Virginia Ramey Row 4 Thelma Wilson, Evelyn Riley, Junior Mitchell, Mike Ruff, Robert Ward, Carole Warner, Monte Mercer, Blanche Park, Teacher A 1.-Qs if M191 I THIRD GRADE Row 1 Jackie Bowman, Donald Ray Bowl s Jackie Combs, Della Jackson, Linda Burris, Linda Force, Bobby Bal dwin, Jerry Catron, Judy Johnson, Diana Dale, Michael Hawisher ROW 2 Sarah Halley, Carolyn Gwinn, Thelma Frame, Judy Jonas, Gregory Arm Strong, Bradl y Botsford,Melv1n House, Jimmy Fornoff, Frank Darrah, David Kernton ROW 3 Gary Darnell, Thernan Hller, Denny Case, Byron Cheeseman John Gould Vicki Jeffers, Jerry Connon, Keith Broker,W1lma Custen Mra Rash Teacher Row U Danny Baker, Pdward John, Lo well Cheneworth, Mark Hahn,Dav1d Dag gy, Myrna Llchtenfels, Darla Parks, Darwin Andrews, Linda Kay, Vivian Cro Cett , Marilyn Coates, Gene Hutchins, Ronnie Kinder lllr -A 1. lllv 1 in in 1' 29 I7 x QM. DX + 6RRhL X5SSs - -H CVFBC 'fj XXQNQ S Ts 6 me XX XX H TH Swine 36 5il0 ...ml new ...ti 9 n llyalgu M F .Ju H YB' uerry Lnexry, Tommy FQll9F, U1 y 3lSU1CH, P DILLL Bhooe T rtin, Row 3 Ph'll1n Rom U Rebecca B v rly D014 canon For, Peter Cline Hous Janes edles, Donalc B 6 Martha n u ter 'erolyn F11 son, Iri lcClure, Pe Fred Huff Very Louise Filler, srl Davis Bender Aire Ford, Alva Fooner, Clsrence C se, D vid O'Connor, Carolyn Hawkins, Carol Kinder, Bless, Nicky Nlckolette, Jr Mad line linnix, Florence P1hTnr Dnttx Hpndgrggn, Karen Blagk, , Miss Edith Bremer Teacher rarmer, Larry ralcett, J9V1Q Blose, Morris Ne Hartman, Alan Patrick Lind, Freddy Rachler, Jimmy Pike, Reta Hartman 3rd 1 4fI'l Grade Jonnny sooner Dennis Mcolain David Riley, Bonnie Soraker Second Row Johnny Vaughn, Riley, Emily Russel, Susie Williams, Carolyn Vey. Tnird Row: Sandra O'Conner, Ronnie Smith, David Tienan, Tim Nuss. es, .J km iii: My J michael Pheif er, Sdndra Lltfle, Michael Snyd r Very Sohvsrtz Sharon Rice, Jonnny Rau Bonnie Reynolds, Nancy Riley Samwy McDaniel, Bruce Whitham, Dianne Nina McHolland, Norman Miller, Billy Rentfrow, Starr Smallwood, Fourth Row: Ross Rhinehart, David Mabe, Jimmy Rowe, Bill Pruitt, Willie Moore, Johnny Ward, Jean Routson, Evelyn Parks, Teacher' Row 5: Patty Moore, Mickey Melvin, Daryl Renohler -sl Q Tl, ' ' ,"'JxfQg ...,. -.-...,l' f. V '., 1 .. ' , ... ...J 0 ' 'F .J 'Q ,.4,,Nf ", .' f - Janne 'f - 'len D' . - n . . ...Jm.J14. -1 ,-- X ' w 4: gill-T' - , 4, ,J N N ! I .J. , ' ' , f ' ' ' W X 1..,,. .P ,' ' . '. J -, vw .J... . 1, ' , ' ' YQ 1 "JS J.15f"H , T' - I 4 , 1 ,Q E 5 A -r T f' ' : V A .,, , - ,L 1 5 X - J , v ' ef ' - - ' x l I xxx NX E n f -V 4-A W Y- I I 1 - Y c ' 3 E 3 U an Q, V , H 5 . Y ' , H I 7 1' ' I J' ,- ' ,fy i+1 ' i ,XX . is U --...-. - vi B Q , . . A - Ks X' N X2 now l: . ' 1,! 1 .. , V 'W' L: Q s - 1 e N , Horr, N'ry in C s -, c, - 2 s Z ' ggy ' n 1 S , ' . XX ,X x-jmj- xxx Row 2: Petty Moyer, Roger Allen, David Paul, Timmy McGraw, X, xl- - Ommy Ma me . 1 2. . . ,: Savny A ,-, I ., . L J , . , , .er 'Q , -. . . JJ, , ., -We 1 - , 1 1 A 1 . I - r , 1 ..s E 9 9 A I ., "' I .:: . ' . , ' I , ' ' ,. , L. '- .ow : . .. K ,P f f.n emi .- w T 1 " ljvfvgreruu f . .-1. J , , . , ,q g Q iAg13, mvfnrl ' ', 1,' ' - , : M' 'M' fi +eWi S" 'tif 4, A ' 4 ' ' , Y 5. wra 1 "Tw: gwf , , og J kvbl lk , , 5, 1 or yn 5, J- L. 2 ft Q B ., y y 1-.YJ 1 . 1 ' ,JA A' L y . .. Y, J -x 4 on Qjhf X ' X .w H A , ' , ' H., n, I , . I f Q 0 SECOND GRADE 'LJ A Row l Tom y Kinder, Diane Jean, Billy 'ull, Judy xwell, Dickie Hobbs, Donnie oorn r, Johnny Tory ell, Jackie Ho r, Beverly iorr Rox 2 oaro ines June Ha pton, D ryl Moore, Cnarolette Hu fine, Larrv Voore, Judy Allard, Judv Longneoker, Sharon Lee H vkins, Party CltIOH, Karen Gabhero Rox 5 Tom Kamp, Jeni Pike, Sue Ann I ace, Dixie Faye Moore, h role Horr, Linde O'Bavley, Rickie Davie, Dennv ICGrax, L rry Joe Jenlins hews, EdQ19 Floyd, Judy Lind, Tor errx, Donna Eliason, Miss Ive honger Teacher Ton Pow Druce ilson, Lloyd Fo sin , Doxn Henoer son, Merlin Johnson, Duane Hamilton lst S 2nd Grade '+A First Row Johnny Booker, bue oabb rd, Susie Hevkirs H ncy Lichtedfels, Betfy Andrews TT ha Chovning, Paul uchhlog, Teresa Porr, Ronald Henoexson, Cerolvn C tron, Carrie Farmer, Loa Wiseman Qecond Rox Mary Ann edding, Ted Cates, Fule Lammott, ichael Tube ing, Jane Ann Harrison, Donna Foro, Terry Davis, Nancy Jo Case, Karl Wisecup Third Row Linda John, Robert Tubesing, Freddie Trusslen Carol Waldvogel, John H. Fordlng, Paulette Wilson, John R. Hudson, Joan Trittschuh Tedonna Henderson: Teacher Xkx' X1 7 .2 F5331 LQTN GQFIOE .LT 31 ..... , f ', . . L 1 4 ' J I. ' - X 6.3 . ' b 0' ' F ' f fa Q A I . 7 J .- L ,J I f ..o I 7 J, ' A ,I A - Ax 'Q ' ' 'A I .9 ' r 1 , , , ' s fl, ' ., - f , 'T' . Q 1 J , s r T : ' m 2 ' - W T ,J ' MH ' . M .a. J - F ' I . v : 'A 1 Ma , , m a ' , ' 9 J' U L i ' 11 , Ar- n I . ,O V : i e T sa In - Q 1 ,G L D A V , J ' W e,' Q . Row 4: Larry Blunk, Claudia Pennington, Janice Mat- ' 1 -rv-11 TJ ' A A ..... J T , . 2 ' 1 3 . A T V: o W - ' 1 ri g 1 X a '. - ' . , , . 0 T-X fxx 1 N X xx '- X ' .ll , 7 0 T xoxox' 1 J .- ,C ,. fd I . A H , , xfs .2 T Q A - . L-, .Mr-. -Xf- , . . ,i , Xe t ' ' ' E 'X C352 , I ' ,L v -vw a Q' -. " . L Ir- . W , , ' L 21 X , l S . I , F I O Honor S OUTSTANDING SENIOR GIRL AND BOY Iris Hesh T16 M x Duane Gunn nary Ann Mcdar COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS VALEDICTORIAN- SALUTATORIAN-- SPECIAL SPEAKE JONES AWARDS 2nd K y V nce Llroa r ENGLISH AWARD Tlnd E rly BAND SWEATERS Iris Resh Mary Ann McNary Joar Parrish f? 5' " .J , ftf an L23 'N Mary Ann McNary gc ug- -----Dorothy Emma Bowles , .Ji R ----- Bob Blue XHX X HIGH SCHOOL PING PONG CHAMPIONS Doubl e Wanda Howell Egils Purins Jane Gunn Myron Higgins f ry Arn bcN ry Dorothy E1 2 Bowles Singl s 'enda Howell Elmyra J ne Carlton Julia Ann Wirters Bill Smith To-nmy Hckenrode Claude Hunt Joe Hatfield BOYS BASKFTBALL CHAMPS FINN'S FOLLIES B111 Smith, Cantain Claude Hunt Jim Heed Dick Hawkins Myron Higgins B111 Burris BASK TBALL AWARDS Duane Gunn Joe Hatfield Tom Eckenrode S111 McDaniel Other team member letters BASEBALL AWARDS Joe HatIield Tom Eckenrode Bill Smith Duane Gunn Other team members letters Q0 1' ECC PING PONG CHAMPION vom. sr-:comma Tnopmf ESMF' Purina 32 Eglls Purina VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS EVAN'S EAGL e received CROSS COUNTRY received C1 ude Hunt Other team members received letters B111 McDaniel was aware d L1 golf' Com S S SO 1' 'lp would not get lost aln On Knifht town's track ,55- Bill Harrison All Tourney Team Sectional o ..-W V A Y let ki A. 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The Senior Girls nThe morning after "lid Bill" the nlqht be-fore" A alumberwvv Anderson!! narty at Irie Resh'e VG fSifY Basketball Team ,-if Row 1 Jim Cinlar, Tom Eckenrode, Bill Harrison, Joe Hatfield, Duane Gunn Row 2 Student Man ger Clyde Reed, Jerry Wickersham, Bill McDaniel, Loren Hamilton, Ronnie Harria Bill Burris, Coach Les Slinker This Bulldog team, coached by Les Slinker, was one of the best that Cent erville High has ever had During the season, they scored a total of 1,244 points against their oononents' total score of 875 Their average number of points per game was 56 54 against their oooonents' 25 15 a margin of 21 41 From the field, they hit 478 out of 1426 for a 555 average, and had a foul shooting average of 600 Their game with Cambridge City at C1 vie Hall brought our the largest number TEAM, WE SAY WELL DONE Of a Bulldog venture brave and bold The following tale can now be told It happened on Friday in Civic Hall In a game played all in fun, Our Bulldogs had the Red Devils Really on therun The Bulldogs led most of the way, They really were on fire Outplayed the Devils on their floor Our field percentage higher Outscored them at the free throw line, Outclassed them man for man, We looked, we saw, we urged them on, A cheer rose from each fan We must admit that both teams Were fighting nip and tuck, But that win by the Devils Was just a stroke of luck Long shall we remember this, IAnd R1chmond's walls and rants! When the Bulldogs had th Red Devils By the seat of the pants by Dorothy Bowles 34 OUR BULLDOG'C RECORD Cambridge City Centerville Centerville Centerville Cambridge City Centerville Morristown Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Knightstown Williamsburg Libert Centerville Brookville Centerville Farmland Webster Boston Straughn Greensfork Milton Winchester Union City Spiceland Greensfork HAGERSTOWN INVITATIONAL TOURNEY Centerville Cambridge City 58 SECTIONAL TOURNEY Centerville Richmond W All .1""'-if Union City Centerville Boston Centerville -5 fOvert1me COvertime as 15 ' - 47 L' 46 76 55 Q A ev y 59 . 46 45 . 75 58 A: , g , 42 59 ' so so . ' 66 V 52 . . 51 25 - 47 54 68 27 of fans ever to see a regular countygame CeHt6PV1116 42 H8gePBtOWn 46 . 4 56 47 45 58 42 , 51 . 51 57 ' 27 , 47 :ss . 57 ' es 29 , ' 45 45 . 4 'V 1 4 af , 3 . H X 5 . , ali.. S ' 1' A I t , C -I -1 455 0 , 'X K THE BULLDOGS SLCO D QUAD f X Row 1 Dale Temple, Ralph Bowles Crandell Cook Bow 2 Jerry Cockerill Student Lanager Paul Wine u Don Chance Bob Jarret, David Nusa, Keith Castelluccio, Coach Often it is the practice to pay little attention to a second team game In other schools, maybe But not in Centerv1lle!l1JI These Bulldog seconds keep our red corpuscles on the rampage at all times from the moment the Ref tosses up the ball until the final gun sounds, amid cheers for victory or similar cheers for a game well played even if defeat was handed them, which was not often Like the First Team they displayed qxv lities of cooperation, sportsmanship, and a sense of fair play along with extremely M31 spirits With a season record to be envied by many varsity squads, they scored many more points than their o ponents and proved very good all around team Several of these boys will be moved up to the first squadnext year, and we know they will do just as fine a Job there CAS! THE SECOND BULLDOG'3 SQUAD RECORD Centerville Morristown Centerville Centerville Union City Centerville Centerville Centerville Hagerstown Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Liberty Centerville SECOND TEAM TOURNEY Straughn Centerville Farmland Webster Centerville Greensfork Winchester Milton Centerville Cambridge City Knightstown Williamsburg Cambridge City Centerville Brookville Cambridge City 50 Centerville ll Brookville Centerville 56 Qty Isa 1 L . Q . 21 .IV . ,I Q5 Y' -1- 51 28 Spiceland 26 Centerville , 41 . . ' 51 ' ' 24 54 57 28 ' 29 ' 45 , , 54 ' AJ 8 as ' 51 55 . 46 58 A 1 BX 5 Q 322 l P as ow l: Bob Chamness, Bruce Harris, Johnny Shultz, Dick awkins, David Medaris, Billy Downing ow 2: Keith Castellucclo, Coach, Bob Dickerson, John oper, Carl Huckley, Dale Baker, Don Cook, John Wambog tudent Manager JU IOR HIGH THE FRESHMAN TEAM RECORD Knlghtstown Centerville Morton Memorial Centerville Centerville C. City Hibbard Centerville Brookville Centerville Morton Memorial Centerville Liberty Centerville Centerville Boston Brookville Centerville FRESHMAN TEAM TOURNEY Cambridge City 28 Centerville l4 Centerville Highland 10 Centerville Williamsburg 22 Centerville St. Mary's 19 Centerville Riley 58 Highland Centerville 27 Centerville Knlghtstown 22 Hagerstown Centerville 15 Centerville St. Mary's 12 Centerville Morton Mem. 21 Centerville C. City 14 Centerville St.Gabr1el's 54 Centerville St.Gabr1el's 21 Centerville Brookville 57 Centerville Whitewater 17 Centerville Morton Mem. 28 Centerville Liberty 59 Row 1: Omer Shultz, Kenneth Stough, Bobby Mays, Jay Custer, David Pentecost, Tommy Darnell, Denny Jones. f if Row 2: David Tidrow, Russel Study, Jack Jenkins, Gordon I Dickerson, Dennis Jenkins, John Lamb. Row 5: Bill Kramer, Bill Moyer, Jerry Nuss, Orville Hahn, Bill Hahn, Henry Fornoff, Coach. ,J ,Qi El' -li . 2-11 Al ' M ini' 'H-Hwang.. 11II:i- l . ,-,:,...:,gl?f-N., -2-4" K '- - . V ..---,,-T- --H , f l ' 01,4 Y, 4,-7 11, -" .,-1-gag-- ' X e- 'i?5:El gif! .4:-9'.A:,,1A- , , ,J-- LZ. 3-U r "' 5:---A-., -s - 'ffl-gi-.g'," :....b?-ef A ,1 . f, . ,fIA -"-Y ' 1 -f".f z-.- .--3 , . - H,-, V ... 5 .il ', 'elf' - 4 ,. , -. Y 4.4- -- -f i -:rfff .. l iif ' ' ek . ,, 2 7, 'M- a6 - 4Ii This Bullpup team, coached by Hank Fornoff, is the pride of C.H.S. They are our future Bulldogs and already show signs of being good ones. They scored 702 points this season against 462 for their opponents, for an average of 59 points per game. Their opponents average per game was 25.66 a margin of 15.54. In their game with Whitewaten they scored the highest number of points that had been made by any Jr. High team in the history of our gym. THEY'RE GOOD, THAT'S ALL!!!ll BASEBALL OUR UN BEATEN Bl LLDOG 7-ceq 1nne:nQ, M First Row B111 Harrison, Don Chance, Jim Clnlar, David Nusa Second Row Dale Temple, Tom Eokenrode, Joe Hatfield, Duane Gunn, Ralph Frame, Don Cook, John Soper Third Row Assistant Coach, Keith Castellucoio, Bruce Harris, Myron Figglns, Bob Jarret, B111 Smith Jerry Wiokersham, Bill Burris, Student Manager, Clyde Reed, Crandall Cook, and Coach Leslie Sllnker THE BULLDOG'S RECORD Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Fountain City Economy Williamsburg Whitewater Greensfork Webster Boston Milton '31 !,? 1 '5 2 If dftijifg We are proud of this Bulldog Team, and are justly so, for they have this year won their THIRD STRAIGHT COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP As a team, they hit 562, and had a field percentage of .941 this year. Unpredjudiced we make this statementg IF THEY'RE BULLDOGS, THEY'VE GOT T0 BE GOOD. E ff, 'T 'xl' Q J I n I jiUl41A "A', e in gg? 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Row 2: Clarence Mitchell, Dick Stevens, Paul Wideau, Vern Knlpp, Wayne Petty, Dick Hawkins, Julian Johnson, Richard Rudicel, Wesley Spahr, Richard Adkins, Stanley Meyers, Mr. Overturf. Row 5: Delbert Ullery, Claude Hunt, Carol Parks, Loren Hamil- ton, Alan Kempton. TUBE T COUNCIL 5 5 If I 1 V2'f,5767 WW 7 First Row: Jimmy Reed, Evelyn Gesell, Nancy Winters, Linda V t Ka V3-HC 9 0 Early, Joan Parrish, Patricia Fowler Janis Hun , y Second Row: Mrs. Hamilton, Sharon Botsford, Carol Bousman, Dorothy Bowles, Iris Resn, Ada Toney, Bruce Harris, Virgil Mays Mr. Outland. , v Loren Hamilton, wayne Petty, Bill Kramer, Mau- Third Roz: ,V rice Baker, Paul Wldeau, Bill Burris, Bob Blue. 00K. A JA ITOR fx 'N IX 42 First Row: Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Winters, and Mrs Doddridge. 3:igBt.Row: Mr. Hedges, Mr. Hamilton, and Mr CAFETER IA WGRK ERS .f-I Z--x ,,,p'1I I now l srian Bose, Lois Wovnlnr, Tool Tubesing, Phylll Horr, nosalee Riley, Patsy Doolin R x Z Jerrv Winters Sheila Vinters, Roberta favmrus, Helene UcNarf, sally longer, Berber Flofd, nacrel Ds weh Kay Hawkins, Freddie Phillips Row 5 ry Ann NcNery, Mrs Davis, Mrs inters, Anne Wright, Vivian Lullins, Eliz beth K1 rey, Phyllis surlis, lrs Dodaridge, Juanita Darrah, Thurleen miller Row 4 Miss Glunt, JoAnne Meeks, Joan Parrish Betty 'ebrq Billy Joe H rrison, Bob Blue,Crsnd1e Cook, Iris Nse filler BUS DRIVERS 'xf Left to mem PP qUbPTt FF9hCh, T Psul Wllll pq yr Cl ud e Dllllon L vrence B re Q r Jenkins, lorx Short, yne TP W S, ' Rsy Linginf lter,Cl1ntor Dues 1, Jr 43 ,U KN ,--y 1 l fN Vx ... ,ic f A .- X . , f Q A A m. e P Y P - . V ' 1 -A g or f sv .vu 'Q 1 U Y , , I X 1 ., , I I 5 1 Q, J ' . 1 -1 v ' .lg I 'J A l - - f . 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I 6 bf 9 ll' I 22? bb i::?:fl -,-1' f!,Qii?x ' v l ' c Wggggsg lllulgt Q...J sg' 455 Left to Right- WANDA COLLFEN HOWELL BILLY RAY SMITH IRIS HELEN RESH Althoush it is true that our Yell Leaders are in the lime light most of the year at the basketball games, most of us are prone to forget the important role they play in our victories on the hardwood Our basketball games would not be the same without their lus ty yells and antics to bring out all our pen and excitiment in cheers that deafen all with, in heering distance Tin 'i Oooons ? 11 rex xH Y GIPLD LIKE c H s ' neave,,ya,.,.ett 99 Q this time" 44 . 1 I N I ' - o 4' . .. . . A ., ri X L. . 1 llwuuuniun- 4' v'1 Q in Q. dv., 9 - 1. N ' x, 1 -I Y , I If 1 , v- 'Nvgnrw 4 , f .,.- - X . . ,, 1 . xxx 1 , . -4--5 , - 3 ,- . Q, . I X g . . - -1 ' ' ' ' - N . , , , I , o o l I I I U I I 5 Q 9 n 0 0 .,f"""" "C, .ln EATHING Bu-U"'I'TS??'?? Qesh af P rrish SNAPSI-IOTS l....11L....4 I Plmristina Ch WCG Bob Blue Moy-C Say. gy Bab1eS HB1 Dun 11 J -4 WOYE KBJLY TnjhT5 8 MY! .'xREN'T 'V' CUTE!!! Resh and MoNary ,A Q I Got anything good to eat?'?'??? THE GOOD OLD DAYS!'! Wickersham dp Wright JIM CIHLAR adds his number 11's to collection of shoes at the Senior Dance. . -F 1 - EE130fT?2E22F??1E'?'mf UNDERC1HSSm0f' 45 ' ' , ,L 1 10:- x 1 , W A ' Ir' ' ' . HL A H , ' i A . E2 v 1' R .f x 39: - . . ,, --Y ' , 4 J , - a. ' ff ' U 5 q " M. ff: U. f 'vi . . ' , BR , no . W 1 I 0 ,. , 4. , . 0 , ft o. - . l o ks!! ' r- 1 ' A 5 .1 " if 4 . n 1 , U nic Q , 'A lg? Nm 1' " W -I-I! Q, , , ' :SA ,W I i 1 -iiffi, ' I ' I an . ' - . IL " l . A O , , I .A Senior Pla HJudynPuts On Her Shoes, As UMotherH looks on. scares? Feng ",. mi: 'mrs Jim!" gil Gurtoln Cell! Now Here's what we want to aim at, RandO1ph""" as-,.3fHfA've ---L-That's something to aim at all rightslli Row 1: Row 2 Don't nut ideas into my headlllll Row 3 'vi' More HC - g,,,1 ' Siffif' 0. xc get f J f CAST OF HCHARACTERSH Duane Gunn--Stage Crew, Tom Eckenrode-- Mr. Martindale, Joe Hatfield--Randoloh, LeRoy Taylor--Stage Crew. Kidney--Director, Dorothy Hoffman, Iris Resh---Judy Ann McNary--Mrs. Foster, Mrs.Char1otte Bowles--Mitzi Foster, Mary Betty Mabry---Barbara Winsocket, Julia Shlutzhammer. Winters--Mrs. Bill McDaniel--Mr. Foster, B111 Smith-. Rexford Meredith 0'Conner, Clyde Morris --Messenger and Announcer, Barbara Evans---Susie O'Conner, Bob Blue--OOg1e Pringle, Joan Meek---Hannah, Carrol Study--Eloise Hotchkiss, Joan Parrish-- Mrs. Hotchkiss. nHannahu was played the second night by Elmyra Jane Carlton. Qin Jolnnv And June HM 1-N115 ',' 1 i . u 1CV,.x,I.C11EQuT,Tl6,, Dupont Gardens hii D ll! Joe hnd Mfry MO'l,11'1t VETDOY1 . Nqncy vvnfn' n The Freshman Latin C1Qas 5 Prrrieh Dt the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. -,ms Niagra F2115 47 JUNl0R PLAY First Row Jane Gunn, Betty Lundy, Evelyn Joneq, Sue Wrlhnt Second Ro Wanda Howell Linda Early, Evelyn Gesell, Martha Veaver Tnlro Roz Barbara Caudle, Smirley Anderson, Sonva Tones, Judy King Fourth Row Ronnie Harris, B111 Beard, Barba Pd Jones, Shirley Edwards Flf Row Clyde Reed Bill Harrison, Myron Hlgfins Sixtn Row Ronnie Pennington David Nusa, Richard Hawkins IL B AV A ia: sfAro ols ul A TL I , wlrop 411 IL ro so E uhh , WEFL lTY Goon 'r-1 Dorothy JO 12S Irls Pesh Poor yuody Cat 'Pistol Pookio 'Sand lue Barbara LV1 S Pembrandt Jr ore T, Julia NlH+6T3 Cl d t Cl UC Orrls oeroy Taylor R Claude Lunt du ei uid q T01 DtJdy Joe Fat LS low kenrode A f me Lion and the rouse , 'The pooch ol a solo 1 ackpo Ils Lest breath 48 .U 7- ' 6 f X .1 -. Q 4 X '.. ,. ' , N ' , . I K ' 'R-if Avg in , n ' ' " 1 1 ya g -v gpg Q . . .,, .J v . . , ' ' xy : E 1 N L, 4 U ' , , 1 7 1-3-s n 'I 11 ..- , , n Y ' f -- . - 1 J ' 1. ' . , yy, vv nu . , 5 . , - A ' 5 -U " 4 A , ' -- . n j'R ' ,-1 .' nf' " " LLP 31' "AP P, 'A 'ff EES bill Smith 8: EOEJ L, ' Z 11 II in in g N- 9 n 1Hy- TC q3j QQ QHPS?Lyf'J 'J' - - , .U Hwko Lost C3 l'fiL"' A . O r v Q r . U ' vii , . r X ' 5 V - , W go :D o ln n ' n in .- , -1, . Hr'1 iw I g ' asm ' ,, -ll . . H ' n n HJ E' MORE CLASS HISTORY Our Junior Officers were Mary Ann McNary-President, Jim Shawhan-Vice President Mona Lemmons-A Iris Resh Secr t - e ary, Joan Parrish-Treasurer our sponsers Mr McCoy Miss McConaha, and Mr Littel helped make our year full of hilarity and success We all waited anxiously for the arrival of our class rings They finally came and there we were sporting shiney rings much to the envy of our underclassmen We all had loads of fun putting on that great product1on--- lCom1n' 'Round The Mountain' Everyone thought it was the best play that had ever been put on Some or our money+mak1ng pros jects included our dance, the NJr Jive! and our Donkey basketball game. The class en- joyed a supper at the Connersville Park and attending the drive-in in a sdhool bus ac- companied by 2 lard cans of popcorn. Miss Blackley, an exchange teacher from England spoke 't our chapel The closing exercises of the '51 Seniors were tl ' grea y added toby the Jr -Sr Banquet --One of the biggest social events of the season GRAND FINALE SCENE 1 Or a hot August day, 28 Seniors started back for their last year together Soon only 27 hardy Seniors survived, our class having lost Nancv Ryan to marital bliss and David Best and having gained a bright yed Southerr Belle from Alabama Elmyre Carl ton We soon fell into the everyday routine of school, realizing that every day was bringin us cl s t d t g o er o gra ua ion At our first class party, we had a UB1g Leaguen bums ball game and a welner roast in McClure's Woods Ve all really began to feel like Seniors when we had our pictures taken for the Annual and after we received our name cards The very enjoyable chapel program given by the Seniors of '52 was a series of Pan tomimes They were so well liked that we were called upon to give a repeat performance for the coaches and principals of the East Central Conference Our first dance of the season was the NStar Dustern Right before Christmas we had a big snow storm which lengthened our vacation about a week SCENE 11 The last semester of our 12 years of schooling contained just loads of exciting and thrilling times We had two dances 'The Puddy can Pausen tkfter the Cambridge G dl ll k H ll gameywznall filt prggty sad when we realized that this was the last ballgame and dance h h 1 of Ougurlggniiroglayiaig Date With Judyn was enjoyed equally well both by the cast and the audience We all enjoyed a last round of parties before graduationt 1 B Then with the Jr Sr Banquet the 11 glorious days on the Senior r P: 9-cc alaureate, Commencement, the commencement Dance, and the Allllllni BHHQ'-letythe final cur our entire life THE END or THETALE AP HOT L-' sl A Q.. ocuswa Le SU' Bacljvqxlil Y E? .9 FS QI!-bugs Ovlv ik Tkvssk.LJ : ' 3 . I : O - ' 4 G. 0 , -e 1 --- T - tain rang down on one of the most magnificent, supercolossal, and stupendous dramas of 1 -I I 1 ' ' ' ' " 'C 1 N r' ill l. x. qrqit . I V Q . G .- M 9 J, V M I I ' ll U Ir .- , - 1 A 5- ' ' WHA' 1 C n E 4 King Leer and Queen wulla if x 9 THESPIANS ALL!! Did we say thespians? 5. 'VWAI P UIJIII h R Ama' A Junior 'Hen Party' A 'mx 6 with 'Roosters' added HARRISON orov s he' 'on the B811 A tense moment at Civic Hall as WICKERSHAM tries for 2 points flng Our last Senior Dance 'We are through in '52' C u I-ff when ffl: Least SuSPPC't"'3 But rf, Mon pw., -thai we III 5 Y so emma! as u1LLz:n 'Swabb1ng the Deck' I ' A 1 x n . 1 -"jr 5 X, wma q If qgigx dL'7 A . X-.. Xl X 1 4 D5 xx SKF! 4 . 'K S ix-M . 4!! . , D K -7?..x , . H4 H ' 1 4 5? D K D ED D -S I I s -D EQ gs' -. A 3 J ' 7 W, fr 4 9 o f Em, 'or Q if -s,sm,Ni 8 2 Q C.H.S. students on the I v fiIrrir1iP Iiifii' . ,Z:sz,:-53,4 ,N ,,, -?,',..:f,4Q .f,,,, I, - ' -. ,gl 1 w'vL, Q- q,.,' -mf?-4'-,'J4f Y- 'if' Ydiiifiggibffof 5 "Maid Of the M5-St" You look surprised Mary Ann at Mount un l A Elmyralll Vernon "Du" and "Fin" relax after a hard day of sightseeing. f f -rf? d HMPO We pause for refreshment Wonder wh somewhere in Pennsylvania. , '-'. 'n ' f. on .:'Ar! -.I ' iff 046413. X 4 -,-, ,Ml 5 H 'p ' Ti s , . 3- I rl. ' L If-r-AMX MK M 5 Q 2 HG -15. . s A - The sponsors on the first C19-Y Out' Bsox Home Amin In Indiana ----Nice 1sn't It? : 2' X . ,uf ,gn p at's in the Bed'??? Y Mrs. Hamilton, Cleude, and Christina on the bridre over Niagra River. I gs ANNE Seniors at Customs in " A , fa li I Nifgre. Fells. .',f 's.Ufff K Q JN Nw.,-I.. - . 4 V, 1. , ei?-A 2?Ki'l i s JE ""-- 'Yr-,fi .-fr, J, ,ML .V , V Q I . 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Noun Yearbook Staff Z. xl K Iris Helen Resh Circulation M91'l958I' N49 Joe Hatfield k Duane Gunn Snorts Editors Q Editor in Chief Dorothy E Bowles Wllllem E VcDan1el Mary Ann McNary Business Manager Assistant if' Sv Bob Blue Q Ton Eckenrode Art Editors Clyde Morris a Egils Purina Mrs Rose Hamilton Drawing Editors Advisor f"" i. ff ,fur if gal fl ff Editor Julia Ann winters PPOduct1on c. 5" iv Joan Parrish Q J1 Picture Editors m Shawhan H 1952 Dear Mrs Hamilton, Thank you very much for your assistance and co ooeration, without which this annual could surely never have been ouhllshed Your patience and under standinr have b en an in sniration to us, and w want you to know how much we really anoreclate you Yours very sincerely, Dep e.ose 'PJ'P fl? 1176 'Y 6 can THE STAFF f o . A y E V Q - e if l - ,sef ff? A3 5 3. . ' - 2" 1 ':-: . i ' it J. ' v- 1 -, L-' , 54. ' Q-J A 'O F ' -, 'is gil E E ' ?g? :Li ' -Y fir at I'-4 E , f tr f"' Q I ', , 2q,Wf,.' ' 4, 2 wt' ' ' ' . " A C.L.S. 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