Centerville Senior High School - Mortonian Yearbook (Centerville, IN)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1957 volume:
TO OUR HUOTHERS HDD FHTHERS
whose iniereshs have heen in lhe improvement
of our Uves'whose love and encourage-
menf have heen inspirahoiial and whose
never enciing sacrifices have macie
possihhe these hour vears of high school-
we respecfhulizhy checiicaie the
Admml tratlon And Faculty
Mt Arthur I-111135 MI' ViCt0l' Scott
Wayne County Superintendent Wayne County Superintendent
Sc-hools Of Schools
1956 Jan , 1957 Feb 1 1957
Mr walter Kendall Hrs Rose Hamilton MI' E I- Outland
Center Township Assistant Principal P1-'incf-P81
Trustee Botany Algebra
Mr. Gerald Swim
Mrs. Elmer Kidney
Miss Martha McConaha
Mr. Paul Wittman
Mr. Donald McKinney
Mrs. Gail Wynegar
Mrs. Helen Jenkins
Mr. Harold McCoy
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Junior Stand 3
CAROL LEE BOUSMAN
Band l,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,
3,4 Student Council l
Volleyball 3 Junior Play
RACH L ANN DARRAH
Bible Club 4 Junior Play
Stops 3 Cafeteria l,2,3,
Baseball l,2,3,4 Basket
ball 2,3,4 Volleyball 1,
2,3,4 Track 2,3,4, Class
Vice President l 2 J
Red Cross 4 Junior Play
3, Bark Staff 3 Mortonian
Staff 4, Free Throw Trophy
F F A 1,2,3,4, Secretary
2 4 H 1,2 Basketball 2,
3,4 Track 2,3,4 Cross
Country l,2,3,4 Volley
ball 1,2,3, Varsity HCH 4
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3 4 Class Secretary 3,4
Y Teens 4 Junior Play 3
Mortonian Co-Editor 4 4-H
Secretary 1, President 2
Bark Staff 3 Block HCN 3
4 F F A Sweetheart 4
Girls' Basketball l,2,3,4
Bible Club 4 Volleyball
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Ind Y Teens 3 Spanish
Club 3 Centerville Block
CHARLES DENNIS JONES
Basketball 2,3,4, Baseball
2,3,4, Class Treasurer 1,
3,4, Class Secretary 9,
Varsity HCN, President 4,
Student Council l,2,3,4,
Jr. Red Cross 4, President
4, Ping Pong l,2,3,4, V01-
leyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Boyg'
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Cross Country 2,3,4, Track
2 3,4 F F A 4, Cafeteria
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Jr. Red Cross 4, Mortonian
Staff 4, Student Council
4, Band l,2,3,4, Chorus 1,
2,3,4, 4-H 1,2, Junior
Play 3, Y-Teens 4, Block
MCH 3,43 Bible Club 4,
Girls' Basketball 4, Vol-
Volleyball 4 4-H 1,2,3
Junior Stand 3 Mortonian
Cross Country 4, Varsity
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VIRGINIA LYNNE FRAZE
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Stand 3, Mortonian Staff.
ETH L HUGHES
Volleyball 3,4, Y Teens 4
Block UC' 3,4 Bible Club
4 Junior Play 3 Junior
Stand 3 Mortonian Staff
PAUL A WILLIAMS
Track 2 3 4 Cross Country
4 Varsity HCV Treasurer
4 Bible Club 4 Junior
F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Treasurer
4, Parliamentary Procedure
Team 3,4, County Livestock
Judging 2,4g County Dairy
Judging 3, District Live-
stock Judging 4.
RUTH ANN SMELSER
Class President 3,4, Band
l,2,3,4, Chorus 4 Jr ed
Cross l,2,3,4g Mortonian
Co-Editor 4, Bark Editor
3, Student Council 3,4,
Vice President 3, Presi-
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D.A.R. Award 4, Junior
Play 3, Y-Teens 4, Girls'
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Stand J, Mortonian Staff4
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Treasurer 2 Class Secre BARBARA BOLTON
Cafeteria 1 2 Junior
JUNE ANN HARTMAN
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Play Student Manager 3
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Council l Centerwille
Bark Staff 4 Mortonian
PAUL A VAN MIDDLESWORTH
Noon League 2 3 4 Junior
Play 3 Junior Stand 3
WILLIAM ROBERT MILLER
Noon League 2,3,6 Junior
JERRY F MIX
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we started our first year LH high school with the usual teasing from the upperclassmen and by
electlng our officers who were President, David Pentecost, Vice President, Gordon Dickerson,
Secretary, Russell Lehman, Treasurer, Denny Jones, Reporter, Don Widau We elected Terry Moelk,
Ruth Ann Smelser, Denny Jones, and Mary E Johnson to represent our class in the Student Council
Our Freshman cheerleaders were Mary Ann Resh, Sue Spraker, and Shirley Pennington We held the
usual number of dances and, as a wonderful clrmax to our Fresh an year, won the E C C Freshman
we bleezed Lnto our Sophomore year full of vrm and vigor and w1th a bit more confidence than we
had Ln our first year Our officers lor thxs year were Presldent, Jlm Loudy V1ce President,
Gordon Dxckerson Secretary Denny Jones Treasurer Russell Leh an Reporter Don Wxdau The
Student Councll members were Denny Jones, Terry Moelk Curt Faucett and Mary Johnson We had our
regular quota of dances and also sponsored the class tourney and had a dance afterwards called
the 'Tourney Trotu whlch ended our Sophomore actlvitles
We rushed into our Junior year readv to meet all problems and ready to go to work makrng money for
our 8CClV1t1ES and for our Senior trxp Our officers were President, Ruth Ann Smelser Vice
President Don Wldau Secretary Sharon Botsford Treasurer, Denny Jones Reporter, Mary E John
son Our members of the Student Councll were Ruth Ann Smelser Don Wldau, Denny Jones, and June
Ann Hartman To raise money we sold magazrne subscriptlons, held a smorgasbord, and sponsored the
usual number of dances All were great successes Instead of tne usual one Junlor play, oul class
presented two shorter plays entitled 'S1tters in Revolt' and nLeave It to Joe Thls year we were
the proud w1nner of the Boys' Class Tourney To end our year we sponsored the JUHIOY and Senlor
Banquet at the MaGaw Room at the Y W C A
Finally, the year we had all been struggling for ca e. This was the year for fun and certainly
lots of hard work for there are many activities in the Senior year We elected for our officers
President, Ruth Ann Smelser, Vice President, Don Widau Secretary, Sharon Botsford Treasurer,
Denny Jones, Reporter, Sue Spraker. Our representatives to the Student Council were Ruth Ann
Smelser, Don Widau, Denny Jones, and Rosalie Crocker We sponsored two dances nThe Senlor Swirln
and UThe Senior Soc Roc The Senior play was entitled uMeet Corliss Archer.H We were able to
leave in a blaze of glory by again winning the Boys' Class Tourney We certainly felt that our
Senior year was the best year we ve ever had
Ruth Ann Smelser,
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OFFICERS: Seated: Richard Rau-Pres., Mary Ruth Renschler-Sec.
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Larry Burdetr Marge Cihlar Okie Clay
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First Raw Cleft to righth: Eyran O'Bayley, Nendell Wadsworth, Eddie Palmer, Kent Fudge, Jerry
Pruitt, Buddy Phillips, James
Ernest Wilson, Dave Williams.
Sharon Burner, Carolyn Dale,
Mary Morris, Mary Ruth Riley,
Holmes, Marilyn Chamnes, Sue
Nancy Staats, Losha Usher, Sandra Piatt, Jane Kinney, Linda Kidwell,
Donna Frame, Linda Pate, Saundra Johnson,
Billy York, Michael Mulroony. Third Row:
McClain, Sue Abel, Jewel Duggan, Betty
Fourth Row: Cletus Toschlcg, Harold Routson, Darrell Hancock, Jim
Albert Crccetti, Fred Harvey, Larry Dillman, Robert Horner, Dick
Bailey, Joe Darrah, Absent when picture was taken: Robert Edwards.
QFFICERSI Seated Qleft to rightb.
Sue NcClai:, Vice Fresident: Kather-
ine Holmes, President, Sue Abel,
Secretary. Standing: Howard Bailey,
Reporter: Sharon Furner, Treasurer.
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Second Row: Dovin Coffey, Billie Smith,
Donna Andrews, Wilma Gard,
Jean Cornell, Sandra Snyder
Robyn Stockton, Katherine
Smith, Mary Ellen Jenkins,
Sue Bousman, Donna Bradley.
Mustin, Raymond Dickerson,
Ramey, Ray Druley, Howard
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First Row Cleft to rightjz David Eshleman, Gary Spraker, Denny Poe, Johnny Eden, T mmy Palmer.
Second Row: Roger Allen, Albert Nicoletta, Larry Brown, Charles Weiss, Michael Smith, Barry Brown,
Tim McGraw, Larry Wickersham, Alan Patrick, Terry Dudas, Thomas Baker, James Catton, Ronnie Moore,
Michael Rhoades, Phillip Ford. Third Row: Rebecca Klein, Suzanna Juday, Freida Collins, Carolyn
Eliason, Janis Cornell, Dinah Sarver, Sue Jennings, Elizabeth Tice, Judy Knott, Patty Mctter,
Betty Kinder, Virginia Parshall, Madeline Minnix, Sherrie Faucett, Terry Trotter, Ann Delhagen,
Peggy Rhoades, Patty Snyder. Fourth Row: Martha Lind, Nina Reynolds, Beverly House, Carol Grimme,
Alicia Bromagen, Pat Henderson, Betty Mathews, Karen Dunlap, Martha Everett, Joan Stockton,
Maurine Good, Carole Kinder, Iris McClure, Nancy Brown, Sarah Ramey, Karen Black, Helen Martin,
Carolyn Hawxins, Florence Cihlar. Fifth Row: Donald Hartman, Robert Jefferson, Danny Kindley,
Robert Soper, Darrell Leremore, Donald Roberts, Sam Bender, James Pike, Ted Clemmons, Morris
Needles, Curt Jones, Bruce McClain, John Sauser, Douglas Van Middlesworth, Jack Tidrow, Robert
DuVall, Fred Roehler.
OFFICERS! Seated in front: Kay
Cornell, Treasurer. Left to right:
Carolyn Eliason, Vice President,
Sherrie Faucett, Secretary, Ronnie ,
Moore, President, Carolyn Hawkins,
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First Row Qleft to rightjg David Tieman, Earl Davis, Ronnie Smith, Charles Van Sickle, Terry
Allman, Harold Frame, Sidney Cox, Gregory Armstrong, Jerry Catron, Mike Hawisher, Roy Smoker.
Second Row: Bradley Botsford, James Mulroony, David Van Camp, Donald Bowles, Judy Roberts,
Carolyn May, Susie Ooyevaar, Janice Knott, Peggy Nuss, Ann Hussey, Thelma Frame, Martha Bradley,
Diana Williams, Tom Stikeleather, David Kempton, John Gulde, Melvin House, Walt Lake, Paul RoHmns.
Third Row: Karen Boomershine, Linda Burris, Polly Pulver, Susie McDaniel, Myrna Linginfelter, Pat
Regnier, Judy Curts, Patty Moore, Sara Sue Halley, Rosemary Wilkinson, Janet Daniel, Phyllis
Clem ons Susan Holmes, Janice Schneider, Linda Kay, Janet Lamb, Vivan Crocetti, Marian Coates,
Joan Routson. Fourth Row: Darwin Andrews, Robert Baxter, Ronnie Carey, David Anderson, Joe
Swager, Billy Pruitt, Larry Lawhorn, Gary Houston, Tim Nusa, Mickey Melvin, Ross Rhinehart, Grover
Castle, Edward John, Gary Darnell, David Catron, Bill Usher, David Mabe, Lowell Morris, Ronnie
Kinder, Jim Good.
OFFICERS: Cleft to rightjz
Myrna Linginfelter, Reporter,
Patty Moore, Secretary, Daryl
Renschler, President, Eddie
John, Treasurer, Gregory Arm-
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First Row Qleft to rightb: Dickie Hobbs, John Dawes, Johnnie Rau, Ronnie Razor, Stephen Love,
Mike Snyder, Ronnie Helms, James Davis, Larry Moore, Larry Jenkins, Robert Tubesing. Second Row:
Dickie Bush, Gary Fudge, Denny McClain, Denny McGraw, T m Kinder, Daryl Moore, David Tom, Charles
Reynolds, Freddie Trusler, Ronnie Roehler, David Allen, Ronnie wright, Larry Blunk. Third Row:
Bonnie Spraker, Debbie Swager, Rita Baxter, Diana Dean, Loretta Lamb, Sharon Rice, Ann Smith,
Charlotte Huffine, Patty Catron, Sherry Bennett, JoAnn Telfair, Linda Jennings, Virginia Cox,
Linda O'Bayley, Carol Maines. Fourth Row: June Hampton, Carolyn McKinney, Donna Eliason, Diana
Dale, Janice Chappell, Judy Lind, Reba Jones, Janice Mathews, Mary English, Claudia Pennington,
Melintha Fowler, Laura Faber, Delores Scott, Donna Henderson. Fifth Row: Penny Perry, Janie
Pike, Mary Ann Wedding, Sharon Hawkins, David Mix, Mark Hahn, Robert Wilson, Karl Wisecup, Duane
Hamilton, Frankie Darrah, Ray Leak, Lloyd Fording, Willie Moore, Lowell Chenoweth, Lester Owens.
Absent when picture was taken: Robert Dietemeyer, Marcia Knott, Logan Trent, Roy Tubesing, Mary
OFFICERS: Cleft to rightlz
Melintha Fowler, Secretary,
Diana Dean, Reporter, Donna
Eliason, Vice President: Ro-
bert Uilson, President.
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Junior Senior Senior
Center Forward Forward
Centerville Straughn 36 Centerville 72 Union Twp.
I Centerville Greensfork Winchester Centerville
Centerville Spiceland Centerville Milton
Centerville Farmland Centerville Middletown
Centerville Boston Centerville Knightstown
Centerville Webster Centerville Williamsburg
Union City Centerville Centerville Liberty
EA Centerville Cambridge City Centerville Brookville
Centerville Lynn Miagerstown Centerville
Centerville Union City 56 Centerville Hagerstown
Centerville Greensfork 48 fCenterville Fountain City
Richmond 65 Centerville
W Overtime Game
CHUCK SAUSER RUSSELL STUDY DAVE LAKAM
Junior Junior Junior
Guard Guard Forward
GORDON DICKERSON DENNY JONES
HARD WORK AND RESPECT
In his first full year as head coach at Centerville, Cliff
Swim Cpictured at rightj gained the respect that he so justly de-
served. Cliff believes in the theory, nTo do your best in ath-
letic competition, you must be in your top physical oondition.U
Much of the credit for our team's fine record should gc to
Cliff for keeping the boys in a good mental, as well as physical,
condition. On the other hand, however, you can't take any credit
away from the boys who made up our fine team. As a member of that
team, I can honestly say that every boy on the team, even down to
the last man on the bench, gave it everything he had all year.
Our team had a season record of which they should be very
proud--19 wins and only 4 defeats. One of those setbacks came in
the final game of the sectional when Rich ond's Red Devils bested
the Bulldogs 65 to 52.
P.S. The students of C.H.S. wish to thank you--the coach and the
team--for a job well done.
GARY BEDELL CLYDE PENNINGTON
Left to right:
Ruth Ann CRuddiej Trusler
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First Row Cleft to rightjz
Ronnie Hahn, Larry Dillman,
Albert Crocetti, Robert
Horner, Harold Routson,
Buddy Phillips, Fred Roeh-
ler. Second Row: Jack Cox-
Student Manager, Cletus
Toschlog, Dave Williams,
Jay Druley, Ray Druley,
Fred Harvey, Mr. Clifford
"B" Team Schedule
Straughn 30 Centerville Centerville
Greensfork 38 Centerville Uinchester
Centerville 36 Spiceland Centerville
Farmland 42 Centerville Middletown
Centerville 36 Boston Centerville
Centerville 32 Webster Williamsburg
Union City 36 Centerville Centerville
Cambridge City 70 Centerville BrookvLl'e
fLynn Ll Centerville Hagerstawn
i Overtime Game Lewisville bl Centerville 36
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Buddy Phillips, Russell
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ry Burdette, Dave Lakamp,
Fred Phillips. Second Row:
Paul Willia s, Jim Robbins,
Don widau, Dennis Jenkins,
Bill Mathews, Mr. Gerald
Swim--Coach. Absent when
picture was taken: Ronnie
Moore, Richard Rau, Harold
First Row Cleft to right, Russell Study Student Manager, Gerald Swim- Coach, Dennis Jenkins,
Ronnie Hahn, Dave Lakamp, Tarty Jones, Cliff Swim- Coach Second Row Chuck Sauser, Gary Bedell,
Don Widau, Richard Rau, Denny Jones, Claude Soper, Bill Mathews Absent when picture was taken
First Row Cleft to rightj Cliff Sw1m- Coach, Russell Study Student Manager, Gerald Swim- Coach,
Dennis Jenkins, Ronnie Hahn, Dave Lakamp, Paul Williams, Buddie Phillips Second Row Tom Baker,
Fred Phlllips, Jim Robbins, Don Widau, Richard Rau, Tarry Jones, Dave Williams, Bob Horner Third
Row Ted Clemmons, Steve Kassen, Clyde Pennington, Claude Soper, Denny Jones, Bill Mathews, Byron
0'Bayley, Harold Routson Fourth Row Curt Jones, Larry Brown, Raymond Dickerson, Don Hartman,
Bruce McClain, Jim Catton Charles Weiss, Albert Crocetti
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Claude Soper catcher, Russell Study Student Manager, Bob Soper second base, Chuck Sauser out
field, Dave Williams outfield Second Row Cliff Swim- Coach, Denny Jones outfield, Kenny
Stough outfield, Ronnie Hahn third base, Russell Lehman outfield, Jaj Druley shortstop, Ray
Druley second base, Gary Bedell catcher and pitcher Absent when picture was taken Clyde
Pennington first base, Fred Harvey outfield
Denny CZekeJ Jones BASEBALL RECORD
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Centerville and Williamsburg ended the baseball
season in a tie for first place Each club held season
marks of 7 and l A play off game was set to decide
the winner of the Wayne County Conference Williams
burg came from behind in the contest to edge out the
C H S nine 4 to 3 in the last Lnning
At the end of the season trophies were awarded
to Claude Soper and Herm Le man. Claude Soper re-
ceived his award by leading his team in batting with
an average of .546, and Herm Lehman received the
team's Mental Attitude Trophy.
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COACH GERALD SWIM
Mr. Gerald Swim coached two basket-
ball teams--the Freshman and Junior
High--for Centerville this year and
did a wonderful job. Thi-S WHS his
first year of teaching and coaching,
and we were proud to have him as one
of the members of the faculty.
Left to right: Terry Dudas, Ronnie Moore, Jack
Tidrow, Douglas Van Middlesworth, Bob Soper,
Nick Nicholetta CStudent Managerj, Ted Clemmons,
Jim Pike, Sam Bender, Don Hartman, Tom Baker,
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Left Row Qupj: David Van Camp, Gary Fudge, Bill
Pruitt, Tim Nuss, Daryl Renschlcr, Ross Rhine-
hart, Lloyd Fording. Center: Larry Moore, Stu-
dent Manager. Right Row Cupj: Tom Kinder, Fred
Trusler, Walt Lakes, Mark Hahn, Duane Hamilton,
Ronnie Kinder, Jim Good. Absent when picture
was taken: Terry Allman.
CAN., Rirst Row Cleft to rightjf Sue Abel--
4? 6, Secretary, Denny Jones--President, Sharon
M4 15 Botsford. Second Row: Carolyn Eliason,
5 2 Judy Moore, Susan Johnson, Carolyn McKin-
Q 5 Hey: Thi-rd ROW: Greg Armstrong, Mrs.
l'ocR0S Hamilton--Sponsor, Linda Lichtenfels, Ros-
alie Crocker, Ruth Ann Smelser. Fourth
Row: Ray Druley, Don Widau, Gordon Dick-
erson, Jay Druley. Absent when picture
was taken: Jerry Winters, Kenny Bose,
Alan Patrick, Richard Rau--Treasurer.
The Junior Red Cross has had a very interesting
year. we made quite a lot of money on the basket-
ball schedule ads, and thc annual Senior Red Cross
drive and filling of overszas hwxes wtzc also on
the agenda. At Christmas we presented entertain-
ment to the Kayne County Home. It was voted unan-
imously to appropriate S80 to the Hungarian Relief
Fund and the remainder of our funds to Richard Rau
who has been chosen to go to Europe this summer.
This year the Student Council put up two boards
for the basketball players' names in the gym and
sponsored a sock-hop. We also helped the Speech
Department finance the new tape recorder and clean-
ed up the school premises for the Music Contest.
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First Row Cleft to rightjg Connie Bender--Vice President, Ruth Ann Smelser--President, Don Widau-
Reporter. Second Row: Virginia Parshall, Carol Maines, Carolyn McKinney, Iris McClure, bmurine
Good, Sue McDaniels, Janet Daniel, Greg Armstrong. Third Row: Mr. Outland--Sponsor, Sue Abel,
Katherine Holmes, Ronnie Wickersham, Ray Druley, Jay Druley, Denny Jones, Rosalie Crocker, Mrs.
Hamilton--Sponsor. Absent when picture was taken: Carol Kinder, Harold Routson, Richard Rau--
First Row Cleft to rightj: Mary
Morris -- Publicity Chairman, Tom
Stikeleather -- Welcoming Committee.
Second Row: Pat Smith -- President,
Linda Lichtenfels -- Reporter, Mary
Ruth Riley -- Secretary. Third Row:
Kathy Holmes--Prayer Chairman, Judy
McClain -- Vice President. Fourth
Row: Sue Spraker -- Treasurer, Mr.
Gerald Swim--Sponsor, Sue Abe1--Wel-
The newly organized Bible Club held its first
meeting January 18, 1957. There was always a
fine program planned, and each meeting was well
attended. Since all junior high and high school
students were invited to attend the meetings,
only the officers and co mittee members of the
club are pictured at the right.
The Varsity HCM Club was newly organized this
year. Its purpose is to create sportsmanship
among athletes and to develop foster relations
among the participants and all parties involved.
Our activities this year included a bake sale
and a sport dance.
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First Row: Cleft to rightj Cliff Swim--Sponsor, Denny Jones--President, Don Widau--Secretary,
Russell Lehman--Vice President, Paul Williams--Treasurer,
Fudge, Chuck Sauser, Larry Burdette, Jay Druley, Stephen
Row: Buddy Phillips, Jim Robbins, Ronnie Hah , Bill
Fourth Row: Tarty Jones. Fred Phillips, Dennis Jenkins.
Dave Williams. Absent when picture was taken: Jack Cox,
Rau, Harold Routson.
Gerald Swim--Sponsor. Second Row: Kent
Kinder, Kenny Stough, Ray Druley. Third
Mathews, Claude Soper, Gordon Dickerson.
Russell Study, Dave Lakamp, Gary Bedsll,
Ronnie Moore, Clyde Pennington, Richard
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First Row Cleft to rightjg Ruth Ann Smelser, Lee Cook, June Ann Hartman, Sharon Botsford. Second
Row: Carolyn Eliason, Carol Kinder, Karen Boomershine, Donna Eliason, Carol Maines, Rosalie
Crocker, Ruddie Trusler. Third Row: Joan Telfair, Beverly House, Patty Motter, Sally Runion.
Fourth Row: Susie Smith, Marcia Smoker, Gary Van Middlesworth, Marcia Woolard, Carolyn McKinney,
Sheila Jones, Sara Sue Haley, Pat Smith, Connie Bender, Mary Ann Bradley, Morris Needles. Stand-
ing: Robert Baxter, Maurine Good, Edward John, Judy Vance, Daisy Collins, Iris McClure, Henry
First Row Qleft to rightjg Marguerite wedding, Donna Eliason, Carolyn McKinney, Madeline Minnix,
Terry Trotter, Carol Kinder, Judy Knott, Sherrie Faucett. Second Row: Freida Collins, Lee Cook,
Carol Bousman, Marti Walton, Judy Moore, Polly Pulver, Virginia Parshall, Joan Stockton. Third
Row: Ruth Ann Smelser, Daisy Collins, Judy Vance, Sue Hubbard, Donna Ludwig, Pat Smith, Mary Ruth
Renschler, Shirley Pennington. Absent when picture was taken: Melintha Fowler, Judy Curts,
Maurine Good, Susan Johnson, Stella Benge.
Left to right: Linda Lichtenfels--Co-Editor, Miss Freeman--Advisor, Mr. McKinney--Advisor, Connie
Bender--Art Editor, Margie Cihlar--Feature Editor, Claude Soper--Sports Editor, Judy Wissler--Co-
Editor, Pat Daniel--Sports Editor, Marilyn Holton--Class News, Yvonna Cormican--Feature Editor,
Daisy Collins--Feature Editor, Ruddie Trusler--Co-Editor, Marilyn Rusk--Circulaters, Mary Ruth
Renschler--Art Editor, Fat Kay--Feature Editor, Edith Rhoades--Feature Editor
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Seated Qleft to rightjz Ruth Ann Smelser--Co-Editor, Sharon Botsford--Co-Editor. Second Row
Mrs. Hamilton--Advisor, June Ann Hartman--Production, Sue Spraker--Art Editor, Rosalie Crocker
Production, Ethel Hughes--Production, Barbara Bradley--Circulation, Mary Carolyn Johnston--Produc
tion. Third Row: Denny Jones--Business Manager, Gordon Dickerson--Sports Editor, Paul Williams
Circulation, Don Widau--Circulation
First Row Cleft to rightjz Rud- JUNIOR y-TEEN5
die Trusler, Marilyn Holton,
Susan Johnson--Chaplain, Donna
Ludwig--Joint President, Marcia
Wollard--Treasurer, Linda Lichten-
fels--Reporter, Mary Ruth Renschler--
Secretary, Judy Wissler--Joint Vice
President, Sue Spraker--President,
Marti Walton--Vice President, Lee Cook,
Snaron Botsford, Sharon Applegeet. Sec-
ond Row: Delcie Lakes, Janice Howell,
Margie Cihlar, Judy Moore, Pat Viars, Ann
Harvey, Daisy Collins, Connie Bender, Patty
Kay, Joan Cornell, Janet Booher. Third Row:
First Row Cleft to rightjz Frei-
da Collins--Vice President, Caro-
lyn Eliason -- Reporter, Nancy
Staats--Treasurer, Sue Abel--Chap-
lain, Sue McClain--President,
Holmes--Joint Secretary, Maurine Good
--Joint Reporter, Sherrie Faucett--
Secretary, Virginia Parshall -- Joint
Treasurer. Second Row: Mary Morris,
Peggy Rhoades, Iris McClure, Nancy Brown,
Rebecca Klein, Patty Motter, Ann Delhagen,
Sharon Burner, Kay Cornell, Mary Ruth
Mrs, Ham11gon--gp0nSor, Ethel Hughes, Mary Riley. Third Row: Losha Usher, Joan Stock-
Carolyn Johnston, Judy McClain, Rosalie Crock- tone Carol Kinder, Jane KinneYa Carolyn Haw'
er, Shirley Pennington, Ruth Ann Smelser, Karen kinsn Beverly House, Donna Andrews. Wilma
Glunt, Judy Vance, Mary Ann Bradley, Pat Daniel, Gard, Karen Black. Caf01Yn Dale-
Mrs. Kidney--Snonsor. Absent when picture was
taken: Sue Hubbard.
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First Row Cleft to rightjz Jon Love--Treasurer, Jim Eliason--Vice President, Don Widau--President,
Elwood Mills--Secretary, Sharon Botsford--Chapter Sweetheart, Duane Smoker--Sentinel, Jim Mills--
Reporter, Jack Cox, Mr. Paul Wittman -- Sponsor. Second Row: Mike Rhoades, Curt Jones, Bill
Mathews, Bob May, Dave Pentecost, Joe Darrah, Russell Study, Dick Kidwell. Third Row: Dave Petty,
Dave Lakamp, Charles Weiss, Dennis Jenkins, Harold Routson, Cletus Toschlog, Jerry Winters, Mark
Frame, Fred Harvey, Gary Spraker, Bill York. Absent when picture was taken: Dick Ramey.
BAND and CHORUS
This spring a first division rating fsuperiorj was awarded the Centerville High School Band for
the thirteenth consecutive year. This makes the fifteenth first division rating the band has won
in the last 16 contests.
The Centerville Chorus also won a first division rating in this spring's contest, making it the
third first place the chorus has won out of the last five contests.
For their first place ratings the band and chorus both received a plaque which carries a polished
metal plate on which the name of the school and the year is engraved, and each member of the band
and chorus received a medal.
This year was the starting point for Y-Teens in C. H. Sl The two clubs, the Junior and Senior Y-
Teens Clubs, were formed by dividing the four grades of high school into two groups, and with the
help of our three sponsors--Mrs. Rose Hamilton, Mrs. Elmer Kidney, and Mrs. Robert Brown--the pro-
gram of the two clubs was very interesting and full of activities. First, the Joint Y-Teens held
a New Year's Eve dance called HThe Last Leap.H A bake sale collected S61 for the senior club, and
then a successful potato chip campaign grossed S94 for the Joint Y-Teens. We are all hoping that
next year's club will be as successful as this year's.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The F. F. A. is a large and active organization of C. H. sl Four judging team9--ghe livestock,
poultry, grain, and forestry teams--went to the District Judging Contest and did 5 cqunendable
job. The other teams in which the group participated were the dairy and the soil judging tea s
in which we missed winning by a small margin. Twenty acres of corn were planted by the boys, and
delegates were sent to the INDIANA F. F. A. CONVENTION.
First Row Cleft to rightj: Denny Jones, Mrs. Jones, Rachel Darrah, Janice Ellison, Virginia Cox,
Janet Booher, Charlotte Huffine, Patty Snyder, Mike Tubesing, Robert Tubesing, Tom Stikeleather,
Terry Allman, Patty Catron, Marguerite Wedding, Thelma Frame. Second Row: Mrs. Shawhan, Don
widau, Jim Resh, Sharon Hawkins, Judy Moore, Marie Morris, Reba Jones, Sara Sue Haley, Pat Moore,
Robert wilson, Frank Darrah, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Darrah. Third Row: Dennis Jenkins, Dick Kidwell,
Margie Cihlar, Bill Mathews, Karen Black, Losha Usher, Nancy Staats, Mary Jane Veach, Claudia
Pennington, Donna Henderson, Daisy Collins, David Catton. Absent when picture was takene Miss
Glunt--Home Economics teacher.
Left to right: Mr. Hubert French, Mr.
Myron Goodwin, Mr. Alvin Kramer, Mr. RAY
Manger, Hr. Ray Linginfelter, Mr. Wilbur
West, Mr. Gail Warner, Mr. Wayne Thvm-HB,
Left te right: Mr. Wayne Themes, Mrs.
Ralph winters, Mr. Wilbur west, M s. Heuie
Shawhan, Mr. Julian George. Absent when
picture was taken: Mr. Herbert Hedges.
Mr. Paul Wittman. Absent when picture was
Mr. Buff Ramey.
Meet Corliss Archer
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Senior Play Cast. First Row Qleft to rightlz Shirley Pennington, Rosalie Crocker, Ruth Ann
Smelser, Ann Harvey. Second Row: Donna Ludwig, Sue Spraker, Carole Bousman, Sharon Botsford.
Third Row: Jerry Winters, David Pentecost, Bob May, Kenneth Bose, Paul Williams.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Cin order of appearancej
Corliss Archer, a teenager.......Sue Spraker Louise, the housekeeper...........Ann Harvey
Mr. Archer, her father.... ....Kenneth Bose Mr. Franklin, Dexterk father..Dave Pentecost
Mrs. Franklin, Dexter's mdzhen . .Sharon Botsford
Mrs, Archer, her mother.....Ruth Ann Smelser
Betty, another gir1friend....Rosalie Crocker
Mildred, Corlissis friend.....Caro1e Bousman
The Doctor from the ins. co... Jerry Winters
Dexter, the boy next door.... .....Bob May
A Nurse... ....Shir1ey Pennington
Cousin Agnes.... ...Donna Ludwig
Entertainment between Acts I and II was provided by June Ann Hartman, who played a piano solo, and
entertainment between Acts II and III was provided by Rachel Darrah, who played a marimba solo.
mam CE Mm Honor Chapel
Carol Cri me
OUTSTANDING SENIOR GIRL OUTSTANDING SENIOR BOY
Ruth Ann Smelser Don Wldau
st Ruth An. Smelser Senior Valedictorian
nd Sue 5Pfakef tie for Senior Salutatorian
rd June Ann Hartman
D A R
Ruth Ann Smelser
AWARD CHAPTER STAR FARMER CAFETERIA AWARDS
SCHOLAST C AWARDS
June Ann Hartman
Ruth Ann Smelser
June Ann Hartman Dennis Jenkins
Ruth Ann Smelser
All other high school ALL SECTIONAL
band student were TEAM
eligible to receive Tarry Jones
list of the other
high school stu
dents who received
these awards was
PQSSY Ellen Rhoades band letters Dennis Jenkins
E C C TEAM
Douglas Van Middlesworth NOON LEAGUE ACTIVITIES
Janet Sue Danrel
Girls' Volleyball Spraker s Sparkplugs
Boys' Basketball Van s Team
TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT
WK ny Stougb
+Pa l Wrlliams
+Fred Ph llips
Kenny Bose, a classmate RO NIE HAHN
Lowell Chenowerh Charlotte Huffine
Denny Jones CE C C Championj
Bob Soper and Ronnie Hahn
Dave Lak mp
Junior High i denotes Seniors
Mark Hahn and Ronnie Roehlcr
Bonnre Spraker and Carol Malnes In MemOfl3m
of ours, moved to Florida
in December of 1956 and
returned in the spring to
graduate with us. Since
he was absent when the
first part of this annual
was completed, his pic-
ture does not appear in
the front with those of
the other Seniors.
a schoolmate of ours who lost
his life in an automobrle ac
cldent on May 27, 1957.
Ronnie, who was well liked
by all who knew him, was very
active in school activities--
especially sportsg and he will
long be remembered by us all.
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B A C C A L A U R E A T E S E R V I C E S
Processional .... ................,.-. Graduates
HThe Heavens Are Tellingn... ...Beethoven
uBoundless Mercyn ..................... Johnson
High School Chorus--Henry Fornoff, Director
Sermon: nYonder Is A Hilln...Donald McKinney
HO' Rejoice Ye Christians Loudlyn ........ Bach
nAmerica--Our Heritageh .......... . ...Steele
High School Chorus
Benediction ..... ... Rev. Donald McKinney
Recessional .... . .... ..... Graduates
C 0 M M E N C E M E N T P R O G R A M
Music..................Centerville H. S. Band
Henry Fornoff, Director
Invocation................Rev. Lyle Rasmussen
Commencement Theme -- 4-H Pledge
my head to clearer thinking,
my heart to greater loyalty,
my hands to larger service, and
my health to better living,
for myself, my commu ity, and my country.n
nMental Courage and
Physical Strengthu.. ........Sue Spraker
UService Above Selfu... ...June Ann Hartman
nwalk By Faith,
Not By SightU....... ...Ruth Ann Smelser
of Senicrsasoooooousq Lo outland
of Diplomas.........Victor Scott
County Superintendent of Schools
ouoooocooonanevo Donald McKinney
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