Centerville Senior High School - Mortonian Yearbook (Centerville, IN)
- Class of 1956
Page 1 of 56
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1956 volume:
de the Seniors of 1956 are pleased to dedicate our annual to Mr
Paul Davis who was for eight years a janitor at Centerville High
He was a popular personality in high school circles and the
students and faculty always found him a congenial friend F rtunately
he possessed a healthy sense of humor, as those who deposited the first
goat in the schoolhouse on Halloween will remember
Besides keeping our school in operating condition and backing our
basketball teams to the hilt, he helped make our years of education and
priceless memories possible and so found his way into the very heart of
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Mr. Clifford Swim
Mr. Paul wittman
Mrs. June Monger
Mr. James Noistner
Mr. Raymond Mauger
Mr. Henry Fornoff
Hrs. Elmer Kidney
John william Austerman James David Barton Betty Lou Bowles
Agriculture Academic Commercial
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Jack Jenkins, President
Charles Kramer, Vice Pres
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I will my good grades to Tarry Jones, and may it help keep him on
I wlll all my 'Brownie Johsn for Brooks, Kidney, and Voistner to
I will my good times ln the hall of C N S to my brother, Donald,
and I hope he enjoys them as much as I have
I will my quietness to Donna Ludwig
I will my fast 'Cl Ford truck hat goes U5 m p h in second gear
to Qussell Lehman
sunny disposition to steve nlnder
figure to Do na Tulwlg
last four years of school to th Qth er de
my sister, Lee if she can
f st red Ford pickup trlck to
7th period office visits to
find enough excuses
semester my senior year to
my ood looks and my flat tor t
my ability to go to school one
who doesn't lik school
yellow adlllac to Bill Nathews
ability to stay slnele to V ry Ann mesh
3rd period joke sessl ns to 'Crph and my fest flds to
I will my
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good time in clvics to Iynn Frare
being the oldest on the bus to Very Johnson, and may
she Jse the authority well
black streamlined 'MO Plymouth to D1 Kidwell
lonh flnrernalls to Ann Harvey
txnklng ord ability to good lookin? Russell Study
lst reriod ofllce to anyone vho wants to lose weight
blonde hair to anvone who can't afford peroxide and my
love of cream lffs to Crph
I will my slivhtlv used c1v1 s hook to any poor junior who has to
I will my yellow boots to Ross Rhlnehart
I will my 22 inch walstline to Phil DeCrto and my seat in Zoology
and chemistry to anyone with a crazy sense of humor
T will mv oboe reeds to Buddle Trusler and my four years of edura
tion C 5 to Iris and I hone she eniovs them as much as I did
I will my nickname, ' a s to Connie ender, who also h s the
knack of being ontinually confused
I will my ability to ret married in my senior year to anyone who
can afford it
I will my valet p r on lity to all the noisv 7th and Fth graders
I will my case of basketlall fever to my brother, willle
I will my nl kname Jhales to Vincent Par hall and my fast '51
Chevy to I oistner
in civlcs to hlrley Pennington
'ternoons out of school to anyone who doesn't like
long black hair to Sharon Bot ford
s1ster's wardrobe, which I have been wearing all my
r oack to her
my ability to vet y f ther's hlessinf hirley
renninaton and my duck hdntinr edzigment to arolxn Dale
dlshpan to Jay uster
lonz hair to Bob V y
height to Tarry Jones
ability to win dra s to David Pentecost
office period to anv llrl who would like to s end e
th period with lr Noi tner and Tr lin PT
v id broth r to anvone with iron nerves
my milit ry training to Tommy Palmer
being Editor of the Bark to anyone who wants to stay after
till 7 30 on Thursday nights to type stencils
my blonde nalr an bottle of hai lotion to my sister,
I hereby, thusforth from now on 1 , until death do them r
will my snakes and insects to James Besh the lst
will my U Hood ye rs ln ag to my brother
wrrusssso mls DAY or MARCH 19, 1956 BY
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build a drag strip
buy a car
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Floyd marry a banker
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Henwood own a full race 53
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go around the world
own a grocery
own a Cad'
play Lady Macbeth
bay a house
to sing like Eddie
have a set of twins
t lephone operator
Hazel Walker team
travel around world
do 150 between
to be a vet
fly an airplane
hot rod racer
go to the Congo
tool and die maker
two bit carpenter
have twelve kids
cess pool cleaner
have a motor scooter
old maid teacher
ride a horse
marry a poor
teach my own
keep my U9 Plymouth
for 20 years
White House janitor
have 20 children
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be one of the three
live in a tent
sing like Godfrey
be a policeman
marry Clark Gable
be a table washer
never leave home
dip ice cream
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be a music teacher
pickle GG warter
drown in P8QQy'S
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Who said so?
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How 'bout that?
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Out to lunch
girls and cars
dating and living
listening to disc
combing her hair
We entered C F 9 in weptember, lQd2 we elected as our officers the following Charles
Kramer pre 1dent,Pat Fowler vice president Linda Renschler secretary, David Therrlen treasurer,
Carl Corti reporter
Durin the year we snonsered a dance the February Fiesta and were hosts to the finals of
the Freshman Basketball Tourney We were fortunate to have as our sponsors, Yrs Kidney, Viss
Kimmel and Fr Prooks
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Fur class sponsors 1n our sophomore year were Mr Brooks and Niss FcConaha At our first
class meeting we elected Charles Kramer president, carl Conti vice president Lois Downing
secretary, Janet Flanagan treasurer, and Roberta Edwards reporter
we had two dances that year and our class sponsored the class tourney and a dance after
we found school activities more interesting and exciting when we emerged as upper classmen
We shose Charles Kramer president, Jack J nkins vice president Lois Downing secretary, Carl
Conti treasurer, ani Linda Qenschler reporter
'Pls First Girl' and A Date With Paul were vehicles for our aspiring actors and actresse
to show their talent
with our eve on the future senior trip we held a successful magazine subscription drive,
sold lots of popcorn, candy and soft drinks in the stand, and presented our Junior Plays and a
Donkey F skethall Game we had a successful picnic at Glen Miller and played games with all the
vim and vitality we displayed as freshmen or sophomores
working with the seniors on the Fplleptic Village project we le rned that service to others
is an important p rt of daily lives and a real satisfaction to our inner desires
Ah' the end ls better than the beginning' At last we are seniors' we elected Jack
Jenkins president Charles Kramer vice president Judith Brown secretary, Carl Conti treasurer,
nd Doberte Fdwards reporter During oour hilarious picnic at Glen Filler in the autumn we
stuffed ourselves with sandwiches baked beans, and potato salad, and the boys ran away wit? the
girls' shoes Following manv weeks of hard vork and fun making horses and monkeys and repairing
provoking experience who c n forget the gay fellow singing 'Fld Den Tuckeru or the children,
de11g:emZmberbthe nightrof tn variety show when the lights went out and all the odd looking
gr atures ambling ar und on Tackv D y seniors n turally And those w ndering around vigorously
examining their lltt ze hooks ere the glittering stars f M udie and the pposite ex'
lor d the senior r o er ement manv happv memories
And now as we stand on the threshold of life, we hope we can walk out into the sunshin f
happiness and success with the wisdom and droerstanoing we have gleaned from these happy years
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Pat Smith, Secretary
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From left to right, First Row: Jerry Connan, Jackie Sombs. Jackie Bowman. Sidney Cox,
leather, Gregory Armstrong, Paul Robbins. Second Row: Jim Rowe. James Mulroorv Rilly
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House, Billy Usher, Jim Brindell, Harold Frame. Third Row: Ann Hussey. Ross Rinehart,
Mickey Melvin, Lawrence Williams, Phillip Madden. John Gulde, Rommy Roberts, Larry Lamhc
David Kempton, Bary Darnell. Gary Houston, David Tiemann, Myrna Lingingelter. Janet
Daniels. Fourth Row: Pat Pulver, Diane Williams. Sue Ooyevaar. Peggy Nuss, Janice
Schneider, Sara Sue Haley, Kathy Hollopeter, Martha Bradley. Sandy Michael, Rosemary Wil
Kinson, Carolyn Gwin, Janice Knott, Deloris Scott, Susan Holmes. Fifth Row: Karen
Boomershine, Patty Moore, Janet Lamb, Susie McDaniels, Marian Coates. Linda Kay. Joanne
Houston, Linda Burris, Donna Groomer, Carolyn May, Vivian Crocetti, Judy Surts, Diana
Dale. Sixth Row: David Anderson, Darwin Andrews, Robert Baxter, Frank Darrah, Wesley
Rose, Ronnie Kinder, Bobby Barnett, Morman Hendricks, Lowell Morris, Jim Good. Darrel
Renschler, David Mabe.
Terry Allman, Mark Hahn, Bradley Botsford, Charles Van Sickle, Mike Hawisher. Tom Sticke
Pruitt, Tim Nuss, Edward John, Sam Riley, Ronnie Smith, Roy Swager. Ronnie money Tb' in
From left to right: First Row: Ruth Ann Smelser, Lee Cook, June Ann Hartman, Sharon
Botsford, Larry Wickersham, Sue Abel, Judy Moore, Helena McNary.
Second Row: Carolyn Eliason, Carol Kinder, Karen Boomershine, Donna Eliason, Linda
Litchenfels, Rosalie Crocker, Marthlene McClure, Ruth Ann Trusler, Gregory Armstrong,
James Mills, Elwood Mills, Jay Druley, Richard Rau, Jane Cook.
Third Row: Gary Van Mlddlesworth, Patty Motter, Beverly House, Marcia Woolard, Jane
Telfair, Josephine Kalb, Morris Needles, Tommy Kinder, Carol Bousman, Donna Bradley,
Darrel Renschler, Barbara Smith, Ronnie Razor, Barry Milstead, Melvin House, Olivia
weaver, Jimmy Resh.
Fourth Row: Susan Smith, Marcia Smoker, Jack Cox, Sara Sue Halley, Connie Bender,
Sheila Winters, Fat Smith, Mary Ann Bradley, Janet Flanagan, Linda Renschler, Cletus
Toschlog, David Petty, Donald Hartman, Jimmy Robbins, Loren Mlnnix, Paul Robbins, Jim
Brindell, John Mills, Ray Druley, Mark Frame, Jim York.
Fifth Row: Robert Baxter, Edward John, Judy Vance, Daisy Collins, Maurine Good, Henry
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From left to right, First Row: Carol Bousman, June Hampton, Pat Pulver. Donna Grommer,
Donna Eliason Madeline Minnix, Susan Holmes, Carole Kinder, Sherrie Faucett, Virginia
shall, Judy Curts, Betty Everett, Patty Motter, Nancy Brown, Maurine Good, Susie McDan-
Karen Boomershine, Sara Sue Halley, Carolyn May, Martha Bradley, Janice Ellison,
Telfair. Second Row: Helena McNary, Jane Cook, Josephine Kalb, Melintna Fowler,
Ursula Bowman, Juditr Brown, Lirda Liteharfels Marilyn Rusk, Pat Smith Dorna Bradlw
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Alicia Bromagen, Mary Ann Bradley, Margaret Walton, Susan Johnson, Vivian Croeretti, Sue
Eousman, Connie Bender, Lee Cook, Lawanna Baker, Ruth Ann Trusler, Carolyn Eliason,
Carolyn Eliason, Carolyn McKinney. Third Row: Janny Flanagan, Joan Ashurst, Donna Lud-
wig, Linda Renschler, Violet Laremore, Shirley Pennington, Rosalie Crocker, Marian Coates
Yvonna Cormican, Sharon Applegeet, Pat Daniels, Marthlene McClure, Marcia Woolard, Judy
First Row: Jane Cook, Enortsg Fharon Potsford, Gossip, Ruth
Ann Smelser, Editor, Sheila Ninters, Eiitorg Fr. Sllnker,
Second Wow: Miss 'reeman, Advisor, Psy Hawkins, News Editorg
Judi Williams Art' Gordon Dickerson F orts' Janet
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Row l: M, Johnson-Sec. A Treas., S. Winters-V. Pres., H. McNary-Pres., M. McClure-Reporter
Row 2: Carolyn Eliason, Gregory Armstrong, Allen Patrick.
Row 3: Pat Fowler, Janet Flanagan, Sue Abel, Mrs. Hamilton-Advisor.
Row U Ruth Ann Smelser, Jerry Winters, Ray Druley, Richard Rau.
Row 5 Shelby Willis, Jack Jenkins, Carl Conti, Bill Moyer.
dow l: Janice Knott, V1FglH1a Parsnall, Connie Pender-Sec., Jack Jenkins-Pres., Ruth Ann
Smelser-V. Pres., Judith Brown-Reporter, Sherrie Faucett, Susie McDan1els.
Row 2: Carol Kinder, Nancy Huckery, Judy Vance, Sue Abel, June Ann Hartman, Patty Moore,
Row 3: Mr. Outland, Richard Rau, Shelby Willis, Don Wldau, Carl Conti, Jay Druley, Denny
Jones, Ray Druley, Kent Fudge.
irst Bow: Jack Cox, Bill York, Shelby Willis, Elwood Mills, John
usterman, Don Wldau, Jon Love.
econd Row: Fred Harvey, Joseph Darrah, Dick Ramey, Duane Smoker,
avid Petty, Dick Kldwell, Bill Matthews, Jim Eliason, Dave Lakamp,
hlrd Row: Darrell Hancock, Mark Frame, Jerry Winters, Jim York,
ob Henwood, Bob May, Dennis Jenkins, Russell Study, Cletus Tosch-
og, Harold Houston, Mr. Paul Vlttman.
embers not present when the picture was taken include, James
ills, Dave Pentecost, Jim Brower, Charles Kramer, Jack Jenkins, Tom
ing, Bill Moyer, and Jim York.
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Student Council P
This year's student council met only three times, but accomplished a lot each
time. In order to buy new records for the dances, we raised the price of admission
to the dances. We held a semi-formal dance and elected a king and queen. We voted
to elect our varsity cheerleaders in the spring this year. The number that will be
elglble to try out for cheerleader is twelve, all others will be eliminated in a
special election before the student council. We wanted to leave something to the
school, so we are going to put some clothes baskets in the gym for the boys. In
the words of will Rogers, 'We d1dn't do too much, but that's what you wanted done.'
Band and Chorus
Fourteen wins in fifteen tries! Isn't that an impressive record? The bands that
won those fourteen first-places were pretty impressive too. Take our '56 band--all
72 members--they sounded so good together, that the judges ln the contest at Cowan
gave them a unanimous first, to make the band's record ll straight wins!
Due to several unlucky breaks Climlted space, nasty judge, etc.D the chorus drew
a second this year at Cowan, but to us they still sounded like our own 'prosH.
Junior Red Cross Council '
The Jr. Red Cross has certainly had an active year. The council members have
been seen dashing down the halls in hot pursuit of students and teachers, fran-
tically waving membership cards. They also managed to collect the awesome sum of
8332.50 from the local merchants for advertising in basketball schedules, throw the
annual Christmas party for the County Infirmary, sponsor the Christmas project at
Epileptic Village, and pack fifty gift boxes for those in foreign lands less for-
tunate than we.
Future Farmers of America
The F. F. A. elected as its officers for the year, Jack Jenkins, president, Tom
King, vice-president, secretary, John Austermang treasurer, Don Widaug reporter,
Shelby Willis, and sentinel, Elwood Mills. This year the group attended the Inter-
national Livestock Show at Chicago, the Indiana State F. F. A. Convention, the Dis-
trict Llvestock Judging Contest, planted and harvested twenty acres of corn, en-
tered a farm display in the county contest, and participated in the county dairy,
poultry, grain, and soil Judging contest. The F. F. A. is a large and active or-
ganization of C. H. S. and whenever its members are out of school for a trip or
judging contest the student body and the feminine moral is lowered.
First row Jo Kalb and Roberta Edwards Second row Sheila Winters,
Jane Cook, Marti McClure, Helena McNary, and Janny Flanagan
Third row Jack Jenkins, Bill Moyer, Linda Renschler, and Lols
Downing In back Dave Tldrow Jim Barton and Carl Conti
The senior class play, 'Maudie and the Opposite Sex,' was presented the evenings
of April 19 and 20 1956 It was a light comedy concerning family affairs Try to
imagine how terrible you'd feel lf you were a pretty young lady whisked off to a
stuffy old summer resort far away from your 'steady boy friend'
Maud1e's parents thought that she was getting too serious about Davy Dillon,
they took her away for the summer to a resort about five hundred miles from home
and Davy Maudle became very lonesome for the resort was filled with a horde of
giggling glrls and hardly any men
Maudle, proved her ability to handle her parents so well that she got what she
wanted, Davy, without their even knowing that the decision was not their own
plot, ln addition to concerning Maudie and her problems with her parents, included
the romance between a young author and Lynn, a friend of Maud1e's older sister
During the course of the play these two romances become so involved that it is
hard to tell who was going steady with whom, since Maudie tried to trlck her par
ents into persuading her to return to Davy by pretending to be interested in this
older and slightly objectionable man Mr. Endicott, the author To complicate
matters, Davy surprised her in the act.
But before the final curtain all problems were solved, and Maudie got her Davy.
Those taking e curtain call were, Mrs. Mason,Janet Flanagan, Mr. Mason, Carl Conti,
Maudie, Marti McClure, Sylvia, Roberta Edwards, Lynn, Helena McNary, Davy, Jim
Barton, Mr. Endicott, Jack Jenkins, Marge, Jo Kalb, Bev, Lois Downing, Sandy, Linda
Henschlerg Terry, Sheila Winters, Pat, Jane Cook, llfeguards, David Tidrow and
Carl Conti did a fine job of stepping into the shoes of Mr. Mason when the
'original' father, Raymond Meek, was taken 111. He learned his part quickly and
Members of the production staff included, Joyce Johnston, student manager, Marie
Spotts, assistant manager and props, Jeannine Carter, and Judith Brown, properties,
Patti Fowler and Violet Laremore, make-up, John Mills and David Tldrow, curtain,
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B11Theoggtire groguczgon gasaunder the capable direction of Mrs. Charlotte Kidney.
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First Row: E111 Matthews, manager, Dave Lakamp, larry Burdette,
David Williams, Harold Houston, Clyde Pennington, Dick Williams.
Second Row: Cliff Swim, coach, Russell Stu
Hahn, Jay Druley, Chuck Sauser, Paul Cox.
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Liberty 39 Centerville-49 Cambridge City
Brookville-35 Centerville-3U Greensfork
Straughn-26 Centerville-23 Winchester
Greensfork-28 Centerville-29 Milton
Splceland-35 Centerville-20 M1dd1etOwn
Farmland-31 Centerville-52 Knlghtstown
Boston-25 Centerville-42 Hagerstown
VGbSt9P-29 Centerville-51 Williamsburg
Union City-U7 Centerville-38 Morristown
HBH Team Tourney at Brookville
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This year has been a good year for our team, the fans, and the cheerleaders. The
fans have been represented by a good team and also a successful Block 'C' was or-
ganized and it added zest and color to our home games. We the cheerleaders would
like to thank the team and the cheering section for helping us back the team all
First How: Vincent Parshall, Jerry Pruitt, Dave' llllams, Billy
Y k Budd Phillips, Bobby Edwards, Fred Harvey.
Second Row: Mr. Cliff Swim, Coach, Kent Fudge, Clyde Pennington,
Cletus Toschlog, Harold Houston, Bay Druley.
All of the boys have been captain at some time. Mr. Swim feels
that this will give each boy an equal chance.
Centerville Morton Memorial
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First Row: Bob Jefferson, Manager, Jack Tidrow, Mark Hahn Ron
K nder Tomm Eaker Terr Allman Tomm Kinder '
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Second BOW! Mr. Molntner, Coach,, Dougyvan Middlesworth Freddy
Boehler, Bonnie Moore, Captain, Daryl Renschler Bob Soner.
we feel that this is a good nlme to get the boys started in
basketball. They need a lot of practice and experience to make a
top notch varsity team like we had this year. Even though the
boys d1dn't win all their games it was good training for them and
we are really proud of our junior high boys.
irst row-Ronnie Hahn, Ray Druley, Kent Fudge, Clyde Pennington,
vid Williams, Freddie Harvey, and Kenny Stough. Second row-Jim
rower, Gordon Dickerson, Russell Lehman, Claude Soper, Denny Jones,
huck Sauser, Jay Druley, and coach, Les Slinker.
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Phillips. Second row-Don Widau, B111 Mathews, Dennie Jenkins,
First row-Albert Crocetti Larr B
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gigge gennington, Buddy Phillips, and David Williams: Sgzgndinder'
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gigigg gggggioienkins, B111 Mathews, Tarry Jones, ChuckcSSS2g?:
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t row-Chuck Sauser, Denny Jones, Claude Soper, Steve Kinder,
Jones, and Richard Rau. Second row-Bill Mathews, Don Widau,
Jenkins, Russell Study, Gordon Dickerson, and Dave Lakamp.
First Bow: Ray Lingenfelter, wayne Thomas,
Alvin Kramer, Clem McConaha, Carl French.
Second Bow: Gayle Warner, Hobert Pennington,
Claude Dillon, Lawrence iBuffJ Bamey, Paul
Wittman was not present when the picture was
First Row: Jay Custer, Terry Allman, Jackie
Bowman, Tom Stlkeleather, Frank Darrah, James
Bowman, Joseph Darrah, Carl Conti.
Second Bow: Mary Ruth Riley, Carolyn May, Mary
Ann Custer, Judy Curts, Peggy Rhoades, Judy -1'
Moore, Ann Delhagen, Miss Glunt, Mrs. Davis,
Mrs. Doddrldge. '
Third Row: Donna Frame, Carolyn Dale, Jewel
Duggan, Marian Rose, Karen Black, Billy Sue
Smith, Edith Rhoades, Marie Spotts.
Fourth Row: Mary Ruth Renschler, Linda Lich-
tenfels, Judy wissler, Pat Henderson, Rachel
Darrah, Joyce Johnston, Mrs. Darrah. Those
not present when picture was taken were, Nancy
Staats, Joyce Taylor, Sandy Micheal, Jerry
Winters, Pat Snyder, Mrs. Jones.
First Row Martha Winters Maggie Dillon
Second Row Wayne Thomas, Herbert Hedg
Claude Dillon was not present when the
picture was taken.
JONES ANARDS OUTSTANDING SENIOR GIRL AND Boy
2nd--Ruth Ann Smelser
Mary R. Renschler
Mary Ann Custer
Lady Ann Moore
Ruth Ann Smelser
June Ann Harumwi
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CAFETUHIA Donna Bradley
Marian R039 Gletns Toschlog
Marie Spotts aANL swearaed
Joyce Johnston A
Carl Conti Lartnlene McClure
Charles Kramer linda Renschler
n Jo Kalb
Gordon dick rson
Gordon Dickerson Paul Williams
FREE THROW TaoPHvDaVe Williams
Jack Jenkins CGuardl
Tarry Jones 'Centerl
CHAPTTR STAR FARMER
VOLLEYBALL--Frame's Wheels Jack enkins
Denny Jones H Jackie Wissler
Don Hartman 8 Sherrie Fauceti
Tom King E Denny Jones
Judy Moore R Ruth Trusler
Tom y Baker 8 Terry Dudas
C. Hawkins R S. Faucett
Allan Barrick EfNG'PONQ
Iris McClure H' S' S1HgQgg--
Carole Kinder J' H' SIN L, "
Linda Burris H' S' DOUB 53"
Jim Brlndell J- H- DOUBL55"
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Janet Flanagan, Helena McNary, Quee
Don Widau lwho crowned the queen!
and Roberta Edwards.
JUNIOR E SENIOR BANLUBT
The seniors were the
guests of the juniors
at a lovely banquet in
the McGaw Room at the
Y. W, C, A. in Richmond
on Thursday, May 17th.
The seniors want to
take this opportunity
n to thank the juniors
, publicly for a delight-
ful evening of dancing
Processional..................Graduates C, H. S, Band...Henry Fornoff, Director
Carol Bousman, Pianist
Invocation.... ...Rev. Lyle Rasmussen Invocation... ....Rev. Harold Houston
C. H. S. Chorus.Henry Fornoff,
nThis Is My Countryu
nHal1s of Ivyn
Scripture..........,Rev. Lyle Rasmussen
nThe Two Roadsn..,,.Rev. Harold Houston
C. H. S. Chorus
HI Heard a Forest Prayingn
Benediction... ...Rev. Harold Houston
C. H. S. Band
Our Investments in the Future
uOur Social Investmentn
Sa1utatorian..........He1ena Mc Nary
HOur Economic Investmentn
Class Representative......Carl Conti
uOur Spiritual Investmentn
C. H. S. Band
Presentation of Diplomas...
Superintendent Arthur A. Hines
Announcement of Awards....E. L. Outland
Bened1ction.........Rev. Lyle Rasmussen
C. H. S. Band
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First How: Jane Cook Toby Tubesing, Helena McNary and Marti
McClure Co- dltors
Second Hou' Patti Fowler Linda Renschler Roberta Edwards
Joyce Johnston, Janny Flanagan Jo Kalb
Third Row: Mrs Ham1lton,Adv1sor3 Jeanie Carter Judith Brown
Salesg Carl Conti, Business Ed.g David Therrlen.
Absent when picture was taken: Judy williams, Art Ed.g Violet
Laremore, Phyllss Roberts, Shelby Willis, Salesg Jack Jenkins.
we realize that we are very fortunate to be able to boast that we have been a
part of Centerville High School. we will always carry the memories of experiences,
both pleasant and painful, because they are the ingredients that make high school
days the happiest days in our lives.
HI-HO, HI-HO, IT'S OFF WE SENIORS GO!
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