Central High School - Red and Black Yearbook (St Louis, MO)

 - Class of 1948

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H I - 'V Lower Termers - - 43 Organizations - - 53 Arhiems - - - - - - - 73 Q o Published by the Classes of January and June ' ,V 51' under the direction of Faculty Sponsors . . . Printed 9Q9,.O:gQOQ ' by Vv'iese-Barnes Printing Co .... Engraving by an y',O:g..Okf3 ,' 1 ' Central Engraving Co., under the management of .Q Qtxegegg Mr. Harry J. Swain, Jr .... Group photographs ' 0tf55QQ9 - i . . . - Q 9.480 jf' In by Mr. J. G. Princell . . . Large picture inside cover '- ' W lay Pligezqi . . Cover by Siegfried G. Reinhardt, n entra . , ' HJ i ymvi, I 'H l I Q me A - V .V 5 z'i ' f ' 1- N i , ' f Q . lk if ,HJ , i J J X 'f - it Si? , J 0 J IX , J . c V .... ,F 1, I: 4 V .,: 'Ve .3 .. , 3 Events of Central s By KATHRYN KoEN1ci From the ringing of the Hrst 9 o'clo:k bell in September until the dying reverberations of the last 3 o'clock bell in June, Central's ninety lifth year has been crammed full of outstand- ing occasions and unforgettable events. The students of Central have many reasons to be proud of their school and Central has many reasons to be proud of them. Because these reasons are innumerable, it will be possible to record only the most outstanding events in which Central High School takes pride. All the students were eager to return to school in September, but only the seniors Walked through the halls with their heads in the clouds. They soon came down to earth and elected their class oflicers, who were Ray Mr Walter Pollard presenting the Clifford Marik Trophyi Mobley, Ida Poli, Lorraine Weipert, and Martin McClurkin. Out football team got off to a promising start by defeating St. Charles in a pre-season game. Central's tennis team ended the season in fifth place in October. On October llth, the class of January '48 received the Red and Black colors of Central High School. The New Senior Class elected Miss Friedman as their sponsor, and Fred Chapman, Marie Kogut, Patricia Herndon, and Alfred Mirth as their officers. On November 10th, Larry Adler ad- dressed the student body on racial tolerance. He completed his visit with a few harmonica solos. The swimming team began practice on November 24th. Four Centralites discussed the question, "Should St. Louis Have a World's Fair in l953?" over station KXOK on December 4th. On December 18th and 19th the stu- dents of Central High School presented the Christmas play written by Miss Eimer. It consisted of four scenes: the first, "Fruits and Vegetablesug the second, "The Elves and the Christmas Mail": the third, "Trial of Na- tions": and the fourth, "Miracle of Christ- mas". All the costumes were designed and made by the students. Ninety- Fifth Year The month of January was full of many memorable events. The most outstanding ones. of course, were the Senior Prom and Graduation. The Prom was held on Janu- ary l6th in the Snowball Room of the De- Soto Hotel, and for the first time it was spon- sored by both the Senior and New Senior Classes. Less than a week later, on Janu- ary Zlst, Central bade farewell to its l59th graduating class. Glen Schulze was presented with the Washington University Honor Scholarship. The first Clifford Marik Me- morial Trophy Award, to become an annual event, was presented to Fred Wappel, the outstanding male student of the two senior classes. Mr. Walter Pollard offered the award in honor of his classmate, Clifford Marik, Central student and athlete, who was killed during World War II, while serving in the U. S. Marine Corps. The Senior Classes elected their officers early in February. The June class re-elected their ofiicers from the preceding term, and the New Seniors chose Arthur Lohmeyer, Ruth Schultz, Lois Hagan, and Herman Geller as their officers. February l lth was the big day of the year, and Centralites celebrated Cen- tral's Ninety-Hfth Anniversary with a special auditorium session. The theme of the pro- gram was 6'Central On Parade". Former Judge John W. Calhoun was the principal speaker. Mr. Davis introduced the platform Rev. J. H. Gauss, 74: Merlee Brock, '48: John W, Calhoun O3 at our Ninety-fifth Birthday Party. guests. A week later the Alumni held a Ninety-fifth Anniversary Reunion at Kiel Auditorium. About 1200 Alumni attended the reunion. On February 25th there was an aud session, planned by English and Social classes, observing Brotherhood Week. On February 5th, Robert Schmitt took, second place in the American Legion Oratorical Con- ICSL. Three Central Principals: E. W. Alexander, D. H. Weir, Ben H. Barr. M. VV. Walker, Vest Davis, Norman C. Parker, John NV. Calhoun, Claudc VV, McElwec. Henry W. Simpson Some Platform Guests on February II, Arrangements Commitlee For Alumni Reunion: Sidney Maestre. 'llz Rev. J. H. Gauss, 74: Ben Betts, '13s Michael W. Walker, Former Coach: Byron Moser, '03: Former Judge John W. Calhoun, '03: Dr. L. Sante, '071 C. W. Godefroy, '06. Standing: Vest Davis, 'O9: President Norman C. Parker, '27. In March, Dolores Olsen Won a Scholas- tic Gold Key for her picture, "Pencil Head Dress", entered in the National Scholastic Art Contest. Robert Schmitt placed second in Book Reviews in the Regional Writing Contest sponsored by the Star-Times. The initial meeting of the Future Business Lead- ers of America was held on March l7th. Color Day ushered in the month of April. On April 2nd the Class of June '48 received the colors of Central High. On April 9th the first of a series of four Bar Association lectures on the Constitution was given by Mr. Richard Coburn. Mr. Roland F. O'Bryan gave the second lecture on April 16th, Mr. Wilbur Jones gave the third on April 23rd, and Mr. Kenneth Teasdale gave the fourth on April 3t0h. The Class of June '48 observed Arbor Day by planting a tree in Pairground Park, On April 14th, an Allied Youth Post was formed at Central, At the Science Fair at Washington U.. Central won two grand prizes. Three stu- dents won first grand prize in the Senior Physics Division for their hydro-electric plant. Russell Wallace won first grand prize in the Junior Physics Division for his models of the six simple machines. On April 15th. the Spanish classes presented a Pan-American Day program in the auditorium. On May 3rd and May lOth, the Senior girls were lectured by the Altrusa Career Club. On May 20th, the Telesis Junior ' Toastmistress Club celebrated its first anni- versary by holding a banquet at the Down- town Y. W. C. A. On May 27th, the music departments presented their annual spring concert. May 28th was Field Day. On the night of June 9th, the 160th graduating class are to receive their diplomas, and on June llth school is to close. When the last batch of records is filed and when the last door is closed and locked, one of the most outstanding years in Central's history will come to an end. Happy Days During the Year iiail En Words by CLARENCE STRA TTON Qlmtral Eigh Tune. "Annie Lyle 4 P I 5 I I ,g i I ' I - , 4 'I - j ' J- -' :I to -4 - , at 2 22,4-1--2 see iii:-LQ' ww By the might - y Mix - is sip - pi, Sweep - ing to the sea, 1. ' ' In the midst of noise and bus - tle, of the cit - Jy's life. I5 I ff f fs-i P Ti -5 E fi ff 'Ie 3 'Q rg-f-xi "M f ' If H I I' If i' A I' 'V I 1- I I' v I v I I' I "D, C 1, L J P f e I 1' I I I ,P II fi JI 5 :I -.4 3: I- C,-,-T-5g .H 4 r- 4 4 S s. 4 w- v - - UT--Q Stands our glor - ious Al - ma Ma - ter, Stands per - pet - ual - ly. Calm, se - rene, re - served, and no - ble, Un - as - sailed by strife. .,. , , , e nr I n , Q "' I' IQ" -gr .r f Pin P I- : I. e-5 r E -r E ,, 9 ' el' " '23 Q IZ TV- " I' I Y If 1 i 94 ' , I U If I V I V I Cnonvs. l A 1 ! . ,A I- ' J -'--1:-If 1 d V-Q-fx U I 'F I fo ,T 4 ff' I F' -3 i! ' 'U' Sing Our cho - fill Of de - vo - tion, Till we relcl the sky, ,1- . , 'Il' - 4:1 Q - o 1 ,2 , I I ' e . ',- JI I-P 7 I I I B el I I 6' Ji e 'F 14 4-3 I-1+ 4 ss 'fe-I Iiue- .4 . 1 ' 3' ' J 3 5' g -1 J ef' I gf- E Hail to thee, our Al - ma Ma - ter, Hail, to Cen tral High. 9. e . , e 1 1 9 n 'P' 'E 'Q- E, ' 0 , e 11:3 1 -iv I: -r: -F P ' I' -P 'Z , . E 9- I' ' V L- I I-L I E ' I I' V I I v 2 3 O. to thee our Alma Mater. Dignified and strong, Now we raise our loyal voices. Olier we our song, Never shall we let our footsteps Waver or turn back, Marching ever firmly onward, 'Neath the Red and Black. Thus we'll sing our heartfelt praises Till Our days shall end. May thy spotless reputation All thy sons defendg May thy walls be never weakenedj Nor th resti e die P Z . May the blessings ofthe ages, Rest on Central High, 8 "Y J. I, 1,-' ,' W JSQ l' 115265521 L i l . ' ' ' . , A I I K - 1, f :T k-JlV sir' V 4, , V: - LK 5 ' ' pf Q rg!-In gl! 'N " m g am Mx , fy- fa, QF 5 '1 ' 1 gi? - TT' Q M-rw, 1 - H w I' i ii 'V l ml Il I L "'1 W ifi. EH Fill! !ai,.ga,yga ",A. 5 5 qf e Hal U lisa Pl rrr l' : H . alan sag W- 1..':2!!!?!f - 2 ,b 5. . A1 I :wig .az .,1. r .V - . " ",. Q H , ,,,.. 5 h 3 ,,,, 1 a . mf? I is 1' ' u f Q ' , U ,-: a 9 4-W gg W V E s lx I f i 9 V 5? 1. jf yv mg: .-ff 7 . 1 ' ,v 3 533. 'OQQOQOQ 'sf Q o 1'AA T y 0440 -A V X . 9 0 0 O X' W s xy 1 1 f - - gl, A -' .5 r Q ., C fl ' ' Q .mv ' 5' ag M Q Q . A , B ' va .V il Vl.. -V: ' - -far-A-, .u . Vf?v ' X A ' G , 1, , Q ' 4 9 IMPERATIVE NEEDS OE YOUTH UAH youth need to grow in their ability to think rationally, to express their thoughts clearly, and to read and listen with understanding." 10 Cur Capable MR, E. W. ALEXANDER Principal XX X 57? , ' 5 ,y WX X .1 3 : - S ll? to., S rsvoq, A l A I. i x .x . , may X x - ml A USIC ITERA1-UAE I I l Aclmlnlstrators l MR. ARTHUR J, SVOBODA R ,w f W ' 1110 WM I QQXO 'W ff! 5? f is A V ref af, X X R if f ,la v D! 190 Assistant Principal QW N an X . . I understand the large hearts of heroes, The courage of present times and all times ,,., I How he knuckled tight and gave not back an inch, and was faithful of days and faithful of nights. And chalked in large letters on a board, Be of Good Cheer, We Wz'll Not Desert You . . -WALT WHITMAN, ll Th C FIRST Row: Mr. Davis, Mr. Svoboda, Mr. Alexander, Mr. Ingerson, Miss Knoernschilcl. SECOND Row: Miss Ross. Miss Jordan, Miss Mutshnick, Miss Dolch, Miss Beck, Miss Schlutius. Miss Schroeder. THIRD Row: Mr. Cameron, Mr. Miller, Mr. Baluka, Mr, Vertrees. Mr. Marshall, Mr. Van Landegend, Mr. Marklancl, Miss Hanks. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Prelutsky, Mr. Hicks, Miss Higginbotham, Miss Kramer, Mr. DeFilio, Miss Dickmnn. Miss Miller. FIFTH Row: Mr. Hawkins, Mr. Coffey, Mr. Hibbert, Mr. Gundlach, Mr, Christenson. Mr. Rudy, Mr, Kim, Mr. Von Lehsten. SIXTH ROW: Mr. Biggar. E. W. ALEXANDER Principal ARTHUR J. SVOBODA Assistant Principal LORETTO C. AMEND Physical Education ADOLPH V. BALUKA Industrial Arts MARY L, BECK English ROBERT R. BIGGAR Music, Instrumental VERNON J. BRADBURN History CARMON L, CAMERON Commercial Studies ELMER H. CHRISTENSON Science ROY V. COEEEY Commercial Studies JENNIE M. CROWDER Home Economics VEST DAVIS English ANTHONY E. DE EILIO Physical Education ROSINE DICKMAN Social Studies ISABEL S. DOLCH Social Studies MARY A. DOYLE English EDNA EIMER English MARJORIE EWING Commercial Studies MRS. DOROTHY R. FORD Librarian GENEVIEVE ERIEDMAN Mathematics l2 LUCIEN R, GALLAIS Mathematics WALLACE C. GUNDLACH English WILMA HANKS Music, Vocal C. W. HAWKINS Social Studies R. XV. HIBBERT Science HERBERT J. HICKS Science ELORENCE HIGGINBOTHAM English f'First Termj DONALD D. INGERSON Physical Education JAMES MCLAIN JONES History lliirst Termj JULIA M. JORDAN Speech Fac ulty RALPH R. KIRN Commercial Studies MARGARET KNIGHT Blathematics THEKLA KNOERNSCHILD Physical Education LAURA KRAMER Spanish JUDITH LEVY History and English LORRAINE LOWRY English LEVI HARRIS MARKLAND Mathematics HERBERT L. MARSHALL Latin and Spanish KATHERINE MARTINI History and Counseling ALICE E. MILLER English PAUL G. MILLER Mathematics CLARA ROSE MUTSHNICK Commercial Studies HELEN PEIRCE Social Studies and English JOSEPH E. POWELL Science ALBERT PRELUTSKY Science LILLIAN I. RANDALL English BESSIE G. ROSS Science MRS. ETHEL ROSS Art CHARLES T. RUD-Y Industrial Arts LOUISE G. SCHLUTIUS English VIOLA SCHORNHORST Mathematics ERMA SCHROEDER Home Economics ELSA SOECKNICK Commercial Studies EDWARD VAN LANDEG-END Mathematics JESSE R. VERTREES Industrial Arts ARNOLD VON L EHSTEN Mathematics MARY BIRTL EY Clerk ROSS B. HOERNER Clerk A if IVIAETA WENTZ Clerk E. EUGENE BROWN. M.D School Physician ANNA L. ITEN School Nurse ELIZABETH KLINGE Lunchroom Manager EDXVARD B. KOLBE Head Custodian Teachers on Retirement D. H. WEIR H. B. SMELLIE LOUIS KITTLAUS H. F, PRATT J. S. GOCHENAUER ELIZABETH J. PARKER FRANCES J. MooR ANNA JEAN GIBNEY ELIZABETH G, RICE NIICHAEL W. WALKER EMMA OCHTERBECK S Central High Mothers' Club OFFICERS OF MOTHERS' CLUB OFFICERS OF THE PATRONS President MRS. Jos. WINKLER 4147 Pleasant Vice-President MRS. STEINKAMP 8538 Park Lane W Sccretary MRS. WM. HEMMERSMEIER 2401 N. Ninth Treasurer MRS. SULLIVAN 3201 St. Louis Hostess MRS. G. WINDLEX' 2001 Anglerod President MR. HENRY BREDENKAMP 4467 Holly , First Vice-President MR. BRUNO SENDLEIN 4255 N. 20th St. Second Vice-President MRS. Jos. WINKLER 4147 Pleasant Secretary LOUIS DE MARTINI 2524 West Palm Treasurer MRS. ERMA BUSCHE 2539 Dodier Sergeant At Arms MR. SVOBODA 7439 Carleton Qur City Administrators PHILIP J. HICKEY. Superintendent of Instruction J. S. NANTS, Assistant Superintendent of Instruction in Charge of Secondary Schools TERM EXPIRES TERM EXPIRES C. OSCAR JOHNSON, President ,..,...,..,.,.,... 1949 HARRY PCIHLMAN ,......,,. .,.......,...,,....... 1 951 620 N. Grand Boulevard 818 Olive Street FRED H. BECK, Vice-President ........ ,...,. 1 949 FRANCIS C. SULLIVAN ,....,....,. I ,....., H1951 4200 Sacramento Avenue 1889 Railway Exchange Building ELMORE M. PUTNEY .,,......,..,.., M1949 CHARLES J. DYER ,,,..,,.,..,... ....,.,,........ . H1953 835 S. Eighth Street 2006 Salisbury Street HERBERT O. WINTERER ,.... ., .,.. .,...,, 1 949 RUDOLPH HOFMEISTER ....,.,,.,... ..,.,.. 1 953 4247 S. Grand Boulevard JAMES J. FITZGERALD ..,.,.,..,..,..,. 6322 S. Grand Boulevard FRANK P. NACEL .,.,..i.....I..,,,.. 5700 Lansdowne Avenue ,.....,195l ....,,l951 3958 S. Grand Boulevard WILLIAM SCHUMACHER ,,.,. I ,. ,... 3013 Meramec Street WILLIAM L. SCHWER ......I.. 8627 Oxford Lane 1953 1953 R :Y-.. ,R Q A 5- ljt .,L.k, F- K 'S IL N . A '- " ' . - -41, X MQ.-i " .Q I ,Y A,,, ., A , ,V J j ,Qi V, A . l , -X ' '." Ii ,'.. 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IDA POLI Ulndustriously Proud" Vice-President Senior Class, '47g Student Coun- cil Representative, '47: Co-C-Hi, '45, '46, '47: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '47: Bowling Club, '44, '45, President, '47: Owls, '44, '45, '46p Spanish Club, '47, Secretary, '47, LCRRAINE WEIPERT "Lovely, Winsome" Vice-President, New Senior Class, '475 Secretary. Senior Class. '47L Art Club, '44: Camera Club, '45, '46: Academy of Science, '45, '46Z Co-C- Hi, '47: Bowling Club, '46: Owls, '46, '47: Lamps, '47: THE RED AND BLACK, Art Staff. '46, '47, Art Editor, '47, '48, MARTYN MCCLURKEN "Mas1erly Man" Treasurer Senior Class, '47: Committee of Twen- ty, '45, '46, '47: Student Council Representa- tive, '4-7: Camera Club, '44: Library Club, '453 Junior Academy of Science, '44, '45: Gym Club. '44: Mike Club, '45, VITO' R. BUZZOTTA "Very Reliable Boy" Committee of Twenty, '44-'47: The News Staff. '47, Editorial Board, '47, Chairman, '47Z Owls, '44-'45: Lamps, '45-'48: Harvard Book Award, '47: Senior Band. '45: Junior Band, '44: Stamp Club, '44-'45: Boys' Literary Society, '44-'45: Color Day Committee, '47. MERLEE BROCK "MagnificentIy Bright" The News Salesman, '44: Owls, '44, '45: Lamps, '46, '47, '48: Junior Academy of Sci- ence, '45, '46, Secretary, '46: Little Theatre Group, '46, '47: Senior Color Day Committee: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '48: Chemistry Club, '46, '47, Secretary, '47: Toastmistress Club, '47: Girls' Glee Club, '45, '46: Choir, '46, Letter in Music, '46: Girls' Literary So- ciety, '46, '47: Spanish Club, '47, WANDA SCI-IRADER "Winsome Smile" Bowling Club, '45, '46, '47: Vice-President, '47: G. A. A.. 44. GLEN SCHULZE "Genial, Handsome Scholar" Boys' Literary Society, '45, Vice-President, '45g The News Business Manager, '47s Student Coun- cil Alternate, '45, Vice-President, '47: Com- mittee of Twenty, '45, '46, '47, Secretary, '46, President, '47: Toastmasters' Club, '47: Chair- man Senior Finance Committee: Clas Editor, THE RED AND BLACK, '48: Harvard Book Award, '46, Owls, '44, '45: Lamps, '45, '46, '47, '48: Tennis Team, '44, Letter, '44: Track Team, '44, '45, '46, '47, Letter, '44, '47: Washington University Scholarship, '48, EHRHARDT HENRY LANGE "Exceptionally Handsome Leader" Golf Club, '47: Toastmasters' Club, '47, Secre- tary, '47: Boys' Literary Society, '47g Track Team, '44, '45, '46, '47, Letter, '47g Senior Color Day Committee, '47. BARBARA DONAHUE "Beaming Damsel" Student Council Representative, '44: Stamp and Bond Salesman, '44g Junior Academy of Science, '452 Owls, '46I Bowling Club, '47: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '47: Girls' Literary Society, '47g Junior Toastmistress Club, '47: Senior So. cial Committee, '48, anuary, 1948 NEOMA Ross "Naturally Respondent" Evllfr Skating Club. '4', '48g Botany, '46, '47, "Wi nt '45 '46 ttstu , CORA JUNE FULLER "Coy, Judicious Frivmlu Bowling Club. '45: Glu: Club, '44, '45: Choir. '47: THE RYD AND BLACK Staff, '47, SHlRLEY ELLlS "Sincere, Enchanting' 'WWE Slums Club, '45, C.. A. A., '45: Bowl- Elg Sflul' 46 Toastmistrcss Club, '-l7: THE FD AND BLACK Staff, '47, Student Council .X.tcrn,itc. 4 . Senior Social Committee. '47, MARVIN H. lVlEYER " Xlasterlg, Handsome. lllannerlyu f'Jf1wraiClub, '4-lg Junior Acndcmy of Science. 49. lhe News Salesman, '4-l: Senior Social Committee. '47, ' JUNE XVALTERS "Joi:i'al. Earncst, Winsome" La Castilla, '44, '45, Roller Skating Club, '45, '-16: Library Club, '-46: The News Salesman, '42 Senior Social Committee, '-17. KATHLEEN KALINOSKI "Kind Kate" Junior Academv of Science, '45, '46. HELEN JEAN STANFIL "Hig':-minded, Joyous, Sensiblcv Roller Skating Club, '44: Owls, '44, '45: Lamps, '46, '47: CQQC-Hi, '46: Toastmxstress Club, '47, Vice,President, '47, President, '47 The News Staff, '45, '46, '47: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '48, RUTH OBERBECK "Rare, .llagnllicent Orchid" Toastmistress Club, '47, Senior Social Commit tee, '47: Skating Club, '44, CLARENCE KEITEL "CGurteou.s Knight" Committee of Twenty, '45 '46, '47, Treasurer. '46, Vice-President, '47: Owls. '46: 'lho ,Vews Staff, '45, '46, '47, Business Manager, '46, '47: Student Council, '44, '45, '46, '47, Cabinet, '47: Toastmasters' Club, '471 Co-Chairman Senior Social Committee: Central Hi-Y, '45, '46, '47, President, '47: City-Vklide Hifi' Coun- cil, '46, '47, President, '47, RUTH OBROCK "DelighIfullg Original" Co-C-Hi, '45, '46, '47: Chemistry Club, '47 Junior Academy of Science, '45, '46, '47, Li brary Club, '45, '46: Senior Social Commit tee, '47, January, 1948 CARLENE E. REUTER "CharmingIy, Eamestly ResoIute" Skating Club, '44, G. A. A., '44, '45, Spanish Club, '46, Co-C-Hi, '47, RAYMOND SNYDER "Reliable, Studiousu Cheerleader, '46, '47, '48, Captain, '46, '47 '48, Toastmasters' Club, '47, Movie Projec- tors' Club, '47, '46, 'Owls, '46, ROBERT MUELKEN "Reminiscent Manner" Toastmasters' Club, '46, Football, '45, '46, Track, '45, 46, ARZETTA MCCRACKEN "Ambitious Maiden" Stamp and Bond Salesman, '44, Red Cross Rep- resentative, '445 Bowling Club, '46, Finance Committee. Senior Class, '47, CYNTHIA MCKEE "Charming Mademoiselle" Skating Club, '44, Academy of Science, '44, '45, Cheerleader, '45, '46, '47, The News Salesman, '46, '47, The News Staff, Reporter. '46, '47, Co-C-Hi, '45, '46, '47, Color Day Committee, '47, Library Club, '45, G. A. A., '44, Bowling Club, '46, '47, Prom Reporter, '46, '47. HARRY DRAGER "Heroic Drop-Kicker" Football Team, '45, '46, '47, Letter. '46, '47, Track Team, '45, '46, '47, Letter, '45, '46, '47, Swimming Team, '44, '45, '46, '47, Let- ter, '45, '46, '47, Student Council. '46, '47, Sergeant-at-Arms, '47, Toastmasters' Club, '46, '47 MARION ETTA ROESBERG "Merry, Earnest, Reliable" Secretary New Senior Class, '47: Owls, '453 G. A. A., '44, '45, '46, Chevron, '45, Letter, '46, Treasurer, '45, Co-C-Hi, '46, '47, The News Staff, '46, '47, Student Council, '44, '45, '46, '47, THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '47, Toastmistress Club, '47, Girls' Tennis Team. '46, Senior Social Committee, '47 BERNICE HC'HLT "Banteringly, Gleeful Humorist" Skating Club, '44, '45, Student Council Alter- nate. '47, G. A, A., '44, Senior Social Com- mittee, '47, WILLIAM MARTIN SKEWES "Willing, Mighty SkiIful" Basketball, '44, '45, '46, '47, Letter, '45, '46, '47: Baseball, '46, '47, Student Council, '47, '48, Stamp and Bond Salesman, '47, '48, Senior Color Day Committee. LORETTA MCCRACKEN "Lingually Magnetic" Library Club, '44, '45: Athenaeum, '45, Bowl- ing Club, '47, Little Theatre Group, '46, Cam- era Club, '47, Girls' Literary Society, '47, Treasurer, '47, El Eco de Espana, '47, Telesis Junior Toastmistress Club, '47, Club Representa- tive '47: THE RED AND BLACK Stall, '47, So- cial Committee of Senior Class, '47, Stamp Salesman, '46. January, 1948 DOROTHX' ANN RYGELSKI "Dainty, Artless, Radiant" Spanish Club. '44, '45, THE RED AND BLACK Salesman. '47, Senior Social Committee, '47. ' ED BAU MANN "Euerlas!ing1y Busy" President. New Senior Claes, '47, Baseball Team. '46, Letter. '46: Chairman of Publicity Committee for Senior Class, '47, The Nr-wg Salesman. '47, Senior Advisory, '47, BENJAMIN SCBIERAJ "Brilliant Server" Senior Color Day Committee, '47: Tennis Team. '44, '45, '46, '47, Letter, '44, '45, '46, '47, Captain, '46, The News Salesman, '46, DOLORES RUTH CLAUS "Delightful, Radiant, Coy" Rcllcr Skating Club, '44, Spanish Club, '46, VERA MATTHEWS "Very Memorable" Academy of Science. '44, '45, Junior Band. '44, G. A. A., '45, ' WILLIAM W LCTTMAN "Well-mannered. XVor!hy, Loyal" Student Council Alternate, '46, Senior Finance Committee. RALPH tl. LOBSINGER "Rare, Jaunty Leader" Boys' Literaiy Society, '44, '45, Committee cf Twenty, '44, '45, '46. '47' Senior Finance Committee, '47, Owls, '45, Lamps, '46, '47, Student Council Alternate, '47, GERTRUDE HAUPT "Gay, Excelling Heroine" '46 '47 Chelron '45 Let- G. A. A., '44, '45, . , ' , . wr, '46, THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '46, BERNICE RCTSE .IOI-IANINGMEYER "Blithescme, Resolute Joker" Bowling Club, '46, '47, President, '47, HARRY SIMPSON "Highly, Priceless Student" Boys' Literary Society, '44, Spanish Club, '47 President. '47. January, 1948 RICHARD GREEN "Rudianlly Cay" THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '44: Baseball B Team, '46, Varsity, '47: Basketball B Team, '45, '46, Varsity, '46, '47, BETTY MASON "Blithe Maiden" Roller Skating Club, '44, '45, HERBERT LOUIS HEIST "Handy, Likable, Humane" BlLLY WEBSTER "Best Jitterbug Winner" Senior Social Committee, '47, DORINE HELEN STEINKAMP "Devoted, Hearty, Sensitive" Roller Skating Club, '45, '46, Pin, '45, '46: G. A. A., '44, '45, Chevron, '45s Student Coun- cil Alternate, '47: Owls, '45, '46: Lamps, '47: Co-C-Hi, '46, FRANK SAPORITA "Fine Sport" WILLIAM ARTHUR SANDFORD "Winning, Admirable Smile" JAMES CSOLAK 'llaunlilg Courageous" DENVY PERCY SAYLES "Diligenr, Proud, SociabIe" Roller Skating Club, '44: Toastmasters' Club. '47: Co-Chairman of Senior Social Committee. MARY FRANCES MCDONALD Modest, Fascinating Maiden" Roller Skating Cllrb, '44, '45, '46: Senior Social Committee: Library Club, '45, '46, January, 1948 ROSELYN WALKER "Resolute lVay" Botany Club, '45, '46, '47, Secretary, '47, Treasurer, '-IT: Rollcr Skating Club, '44, '46, '47, DONALD IVIIKUS "Dashing, Lihablc Manner" Art Club, '4-5: Track Team. '45. BETTY JANE PILLMAN "Bright, Joyful Pal" Co-C-Hi, '45, '46, '47: G, A. A., '44, '45, Chevron. '45: Roller Skating Club, '44: Acad- emy of Science, '45, '461 Toastmistress Club, '47: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '453 Senior Social Committee, '47, Owls, '45, LIENRIETTA CARTER "Humorous, Loyal, Cute" Bowling Club, '46, BETTE JEAN DIXON "Beautiful, Jouial, Darling" G. A, A., '44-'45: Camera Club, '45: Junior Academy of Science, '45, '46: The News Staff, '46, '47: Toastmistress Club. '47: Senior Color Day Committee, '48, CHARLES EVANS "Cunningly, Cautiously Efficient" Gym Team, '45, '46, '47: Gym Club, '44g Track Team, '45Z Swimming, '46: Toastmas- ters' Club, '47. FRANK ANDREW EUERST "FroIfcsome, Ambitious Friend" Boys' Literary Society, '443 Stamp Club, '44, '45, Treasurer, '44, '45: Camera Club, '45: Student Council, '44, '46, '47: Committee of Twenty, '46, '47, '48, Treasurer, '47: Vice- President, '46, '47, '48: The News Staff, '46, '47, Associate Business Manager, '46, Sports Editor, '47, Editorial Board, '47, Co-Chairman, '47: Toastmasters' Club, '471 Chairman New Senior Social Committee, '47: Prom Reporter, '47, '48: Journalism Award, '48: Football Team, '46, '47, Letter, '4-7: Track Team, '47, Letter, '47: Junior Town Meeting Speaker, '47, PATRICIA BLATZ "Petite Beauty" Junior Band, '44: Co-C-Hi, '46: Literary Edi tor of The News, '47: Senior Color Day Com mittee, '47. GEORGIA BROLASKI "Gmciously Brilliant" Library Club, '44, '45, Vice-President, '45: Bowling Club, '46: Student Council Alternate, '4-7: The News Staff Typist, '47: Color Day Committee, '47, .IOSEPHINE RIIVIINI "Jolly Riddle" Co-C-Hi, '45, '46, '47: Bowling Club, '44, '45 '46, '47: Owls, '44, '45: Spanish Club, '47 Senior Finance Committee, '47: New Senior S0 cial Committee, '47, anuary, 1948 ARLAYNE KOERBER "Always Kind" Girls' Glee Club, '45: Roller Skating Club, '45, '462 Senior Girls' Glee Club, '46: Color Doy Committee, '47. MARY EVELYN lVlClNTCSl-l "Most Earnest Miss" G. A. A,, '44: Co-C-Hi, '45, '47, '48, DORIS LUCILLE WEAST "Darling Little Winner" Roller Skating Club, '44, '45, '46, Secretary, '45, Treasurer, '45: La Castilla, '44: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '47i Girls' Literary Society, '47: Color Day Committee, '47: Student Coun- cil, '44, '47, ADA LOUISE BERNARD "Agreeable, Laughing Belle" Dancing Club, '44, G, A. A., '44: Bowling Club, '47g Senior Social Committee, '47: Stu- dent Council Alternate. '44, GEORGE W. STEARNS "Gallant, Whimsical, Sportsmanlilze' The News Staff, '46, Assistant Business Mana ager, '46, '47, Business Manager, '47, Student Council, '47: Golf Club, '47, COLLEEN KALINOSKI "Charming, Kind" Junior Academy of Science, '45s Senior Advisory Group, '47: Chairman of Cap and Gown Com- mittee, '48, DOROTHY JEAN BALLMANN "Dark Jouial Beauty" Roller Skating Club, '45: Glee Club, '45: Choir, '45: Distribution Director of The News, '47: Art Club, '47: Senior Social Committee, '47, KATHERINE Nl, CENTUNZI "Kind, Modest, Clever" Student Council, '44, '45: Glue Club, '44, '45: G. A. A., '44: Stamp and Bond Salesman, '44, '45: Junior Toastmistress Club, '47: Senior Social Committee, '48, IONA LAVERN WALDHOF "Intelligent, Loyal, Witty" G. A. A., '44L Bowling Club, '47: Student Council Alternate, '46: Student Council Repre- sentative, '47: Publicity Committe eof Senior Class, '47: THE RED AND BLACK Salerman, '46 RUTH EDNA FAOLKENBUR "Reliable, Eflficienl, Meticulousw The News Staff, Typist, '47, Bowling Club, '46p Skating Club, '47, Owls, '47, Botany Club, '47, Student Council Representative, '44, Alter- nate, '477 Senior Publicity Committee, '47, January, 1948 ROBERT SANDCORK "Real Reliable Scholar" Football, '44: Track. '44, '46, '47: Basket- ball, '46: Boys' Literary Society, '47p Toast- masters' Club. '47: Golf Club. '47: Student Council Alternate, '4-l: Junior Academy of Sci- ence. '44, '45: Gym Club. '44: Senior Social Committee, '47, DONALD BlANCARDl "Deliberate, Handsome Boy" Gym Team. '45, '467 Cheerleader, '46, '471 Student Council, '46, '47g Track Team, '45: Swimming Team, '46, RUTH BRUEGGEMAN "RadianlIg Benevolent" Library Club, '44, '45: Junior Band, '44, RICHARD PATRICK O'CONNOR "Reliable, Pleasing, Obliging" Band, '45, '46, '47, HENRY RAY BRATKOWSKI "High-spirited, Responsive Boy" Track. '45, '46, '47g The News Salesman, '44, ROBERT JOHN BARTZ "Regular, Jouial. Brave" RICHARD MUELKEN "Relished Memory" Glee Club, '47: Baseball, '45, '46, '47: Track, '45, '46, '47z Co-Chairman of Senior Ring Committee, '47, NORMAN HAGAN "Naturally Handy" Student Council Representative, '47: Football '47, Letter, '47: Track, '47, WALTER HOELSCHER "Winsome, Jaunlg Hero" Baseball, '46, '47, ED SCHAUB "Energetic Student" Student Council, '44, '45, '46, '47: Baseball "B" Team, '45, '46: Baseball Varsity, '47, January, 1948 I HARRY P. MAZZOLA "Honest, Polite, Methodiculn ROBERT L. LAMWERSIEK "Real Lihable Lad" Gym Club, '44: Cap and Gown Committee, '47 .IACKIE BEEBE , l'JoIIy, Busy" The News Salesman, '47: Girls' Glee Club, '45, '46: Chorus, '46, '47: Color Day Committee. '47, RALPH C. ITIERR "Ready, Conddent, Husky" Student Council, '45-'47, Cabinet, '46: Treas, urer, '47: Swimming Team, '44: Basketball Team, '45-'46Q Baseball, '45-'48: Football, '44-'47, Letter, '45-'47: Co-Chairman Color Day Committee, '47. ELMER E. ROBERTS "Elegant, Enamored, Romeo" Baseball Varsity, '45, '46, '47, Letter, '45. '46, '47, HOWARD RANKIN Diploma in Summer, 1947. EMIL GREGA ROBERT STANTON "Easy-going Guy" "Reliable, Earnest Studenlu Spanish Club, '47. EUGENE LESTER TETTENHORST "El5'icient, Likable, Talkaliuen SUMMER 1947 RICHARD ELLIS PANSY MARIE GRAVES HOWARD RANKIN SPECIALIZED MILITARY TRAINING MELVIN J. AUER JOHN HORGAN, JR. KENNETH W, RISINGER LLOYD D. BAKER VERNON KERNER HAROLD ST. GEMME EUGENE JAMES CAMP ROBERT T. KNIGHT WILLIAM SHAW JAMES E. COIRZINE STEWART ORVILLE MORRISON JOSEPH ERANCIS SIERAWSKI GEORGE WILLIAM DOERRER ROBERT W. PROCTOR I LOUIS C. WILLIAMS FRANCIS REGIS HENCKLER PRINCE ALBERT QUILLO JOSEPH E. YATES 24 Camera C-lub, '44: Academy of Science, '442 Scenes at the Senior Prom 25 Xl Snapshots of June Class J TA Q4 fi fl! y Snapshots of June Class . Q Q Ns Y H I , '.',, ii ,,Lb N',k- V A . 'ul K k' ' M K X as N .s 'Qi 27 June, 19 PRED CHAPMAN "Friendly, Ambitious, Courageous" Swimming, '44-'47, Letter, '46, '47: Track, '46, '47, Letter, '46, '47: Toastmasters' Club. '473 New Senior President, '47, '487 Senior President, '48: Student Council, '45: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '47, 48 MARIE BARBARA KOGUT "Mannerly, Brilliant, Kempt" Vice-President Senior Class, '48g Vice-President New Senior Class, '47: Owls, '45-'47: Lamps, '483 THE RED AND BLACK Staif, '47, '48, Club Editor, '483 The News Staff, '47, '48: Co-C-Hi. '45-'48, Vice-President, '46, Treas- urer, '47: Girls' Literary Society, '45-'48, Treas- urer, '46, Vice-President, '47, '48: Telesis Jun- ior Toastmistress Club, '47, '48, Vice-President, '47, President, '48: Chemistry Club, '47, Treas- urer, '47: Roller Skating Club, '45, '463 Senior Band, '45-'48, Secretary, '47, Letter, '46, Stripes, '47p THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '47g Student Council Alternate, '47: Senior Social Committee, '47, '48, Chairman. l3ATRfCIA HERNDON "Pleasant, Humorous" New Senior Class Secretary, '47: Senior Class Secretary, '48g Student Council Representative, '44, '48, Student Council Alternate, '46: Owls, '47: Cheerleader, '46-'48, Letter, '47: Toast- mistress Club, '47, '48: G. A, A., '44-'46: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '48, Class Editor. '48: Junior Academy of Science, '45: The News Salesman, '45, '46: New Senior Social Commit- tee, '47: Senior Social Committee, '48, THOMAS E. MILLION PRED WAPPEL "Foremost, Whimsical" Football, '44-'47, "B" Team, '44, Varsity Let- ter, '45-'47p Track Team, '45-'48, Letter, '46, '47: Student Council, '44-'47, Treasurer, '46. Vice-President, '4 7, President, '47, Student Coun- cil Cabinet, '47, Honorary Member, '48, Presi- dent of All-City Student Council, '483 Boys' State Representative, '47: Spanish Club, '48: Clifford Marik Memorial Award Winner, '48. Tactful, Equitable, Mannerly"' Mike Club, '45, '46: Committee of Twenty, '46-'48p Academy of Science, '46, Treasurer, '46: Boys' Literary Society, '46-'48, President, '47, Vice-President, '48: Junior Toastmasters' Club. KATHRYN KOENIG "Keen, Knowing" C0-C-Hi, '45-'48, Secretary, '46-'48 Literary Society, '46-'48, Treasurer, '46 Girls '47 President, '47, '48: Senior Band, '46-'48', Let '44 '45 ter, '47, '48g Lamps, '45-'48: Owls, Chemistry Club, '47, '48: Toastmistress. 'Club '46-'48: THE RED AND BLACK Stalf, '47, '48 '48 Editor-in-Chief, '48: El Eco de Espana Vice-President, '48: Student Council Alternate '46, '47g The News Salesman, '443 Senior Fi nance Committee, '4 8. DOLORES Ci. PISTONE "Dil7iden!, Graceful, Personablen Student Council, '47, '48, Treasurer, '48, Cab- inet, '48: Cheerleader, '46, '47, '48, Letter, '47, '48, Captain, '48: Co-C-Hi, '46, '47, '48. President, '47, '48: Owls, '46: The News Staff, '45, '456, Reporter. '46, Assistant Editor, '46g Telesis Junior Toastmistress Club, '47, '483 Chemistry Club, '47: THE RED AND BLACK Art Staff, '46, '47, '48, DON KOPFENSTEINER Hniiigenr, Knightlym Student Council Representative, '44, Alternate '46: Bowling Club, '44, '45, Treasurer, '45 Baseball, '45-'48, Letter, '46, '47, '48. DONALD ANTON "Diligen!, Careful, Ambitious" Student Council Representative, '44g Toastmas- ters' Club, '47, '48: Football, '45, '46, '47, Letter, '46, '47: Track Team, '46, '47, '48, Letter, '47, '48: Gym Club, '44, E. JEANNINE FREEBERSYSER "Ever Joyous Friend" .Iune, 1948 IVTILDRED CATHERINE SCHUERIVIAN "Merry, Congenial, Spirited" Roller Skating Club. '44, '46g Student Council Alternate, '47, '48s Chemistry Club, '47: Pass Salesman, '46, '47, '-18: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '48. POLLY ANN JOBE "Pret1g and Jov.'ial" KEN KAMIVIERER "Kind, Keen" Toastmasters' Club. '47, '48: Mike Club. '47, EVELYN EABIAN "Ellie, Mighty Friendly" Library Club, '44, Treasurer, '45: Junior Acad- emy of Science, '44: Student Council Represent- ative, '44, '45, '46, '47, Alternate, '48: Ice Skating Club, '45: Owls, '44, '45, '46: Lamps. '47: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '48, BERTI-IA HELEN SMITH "Bland, High-spirited, Spruce" G. A. A., '-44: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '48, DOLLY DECKER "Delightfully Deleclableu THE RED AND BLACK Sulcsman, '-44. JAMES NANNEX' "JouiaI, Tolerant, Notable" Football, '45-'48, Captain. '48, Letter, '47, '48: Track, '46, '47, Letter, '46, '47g Toast- masters' Club, '47, '48, President, '47: Hi-Y, '46-'48, Treasurer. '47: Committee of Twenty, '48: Student Council, '45-'47, PHYLLIS LISLE "Poised, Lovely" Girls' Glec Club, '44, DOROTHY ALICE SCHNEIDER "Defi, Alert, Sapienf' Owls, '44, '45: Lamps, '45-'481 Girls' Literary Society, '45-'48, Secretary, '47, Co-C-Hi, '46- '48, Vice-President, '47: Student Council Alter- nate, '47, '48g Toastmistress Club, '47, '48, Secretary, '47: Chairman Cap and Gown Com- mittee, '48: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '46- '48. Alumni Editor, '48. ALBERT SALADIN "Alert, Whimsical, SeduIous" The News Salesman. '-48: Chemistry Club, '48 Treasurer, '48, June, 1948 KATHLEEN ROE "Keen, ReEned" Roller Skating Club. '44, '45, '46: Junior Acad- rmy of Science, '45, '46: Owls. '45: Future Business Leaders of America, '48: Student Coun- cil, '45: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '44: Tl.e News Salesman, '46, RGBERT BROOKS "Reliable, Eager Boy" Senior Band, '44-'47, Drum Major, '45, '46, Lcttzr, '44-'47: Skating Club, '4-'47, Medal, '45: The News Staff, '44-'47, Assistant Editor, '46: Boys' Literary Society, '45: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '44-'48: Retailing Club, '48. "f'lthletic, Equitable, Mirthful BILLY DEAN LACKEY "Bold, Determined Lad" Mike Club, '441 Skating Club, '451 Senior Band, '47: Ring and Pins Committee, '47. MARY ALICE FINAZZO Summer School Candidate. PATRICIA COYLE "Positively Clever" ALFRED EDWARD MIRTH THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '44- 45, Stu dent Council, '46, '47, '48, Cabinet, '46, '47, '48: Student Council Treasurer, '47: The News Salesman, '48: Track Team. '45, '46, Letter, '46: Baseball Team, '47: Basketball Team, "B", '44, '45, Varsity, '45, '46, '47, '48, Let- ter, '46, '47, '48, Captain, '46, '47, '4-8: New Senior Treasurer. '47: Senior Class Treasurer, '48 HARC1LD RICHARD IVIAUI. "High-spirited, Reasonable, Mirth-loving" Football, '44: Basketball, '.45. '46, '47, '48: Baseball, '477 The News Salesman. '44, '4-5. ARLYNN PAY UTNAGE "Attractive, Friendly, Urbane Girls' Literary Society, '48: Co-C-Hi, 48, Telesis Junior Toastmistress Club, '46-'481 THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '4-8: The News Staff. '48: Co-Chairman of Senior Announcements and Calling Cards, '48: EI eco de Espano, '47, Treasurer, '47, REGINA RABBITT "ReticenI, Rfsourcefulu Student Council, '4 7. CATHERINE P. SCI-'IILLIZZI "CordiaI, Personable, Spry" June, 1948 RlCl'lARD WOODS "Reticenr. Walchfuln Baseball Manager, '46: Junior Academy of Sci- ence, '45, '46, Roller '4S. P '46, P ANNA JANE CAPPELLO Hxlltraclive. Jouial, Cute" G. A. A.. '44, '45: Academy of Science, '44, '45 DOLCRES MAE TUCKER 5 "Dainty, Modish. Tidy" Skating Club, '44-'-46: G. A. A,, '44- resident. '46-'48. Chevron, '45, Letter, in. '47: New Senior Social Committee. '-V: Senior Social Committee. '-18. LEE ORA DCDD "l.cx.'ely, Obliging. Diligenf' Student Council, '44-'46: New Senior Finance Committee. '-47: Senior Finance Committee, '48. MILDRED LAFERN SINGLETON Junior Hllannerlg, Likuble, Soft-spoken" ROBERT MASTERS "Ralzish, Manly' Baseball, '45-'48: Football. '46: Student Cfun- cil, '46-'48: Stamp Salesman. '46, '47: Senior Social Committee, '48. NETTIE MAY LUTMAN "Neigl1bcrly, Merry. Labcriousw PATRICIA PCLLEY "Pleasant, Alert, Popular" G. A. A,, '44-'46, Chevron, '453 Tumbling Club, '45: Pep Club, '46: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '47, '48, RCBERT BAITINGER "Real Fine Boy" Band. '45, '46: Senior Band. '46, '47, '48, Spanish Club, '47: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '45, '46, '47, The News Salesman, '46, ROSEMARY VERCNICA MOLLOY "Reticent, Vivacious. Merry" G. A. A.. '44-'47, Chevron, '46, Letter, '47J Academy of Science, '45, '463 Distributive Club of America, '48, June,1948 GREGORY G. MARTER "Geniul, Gallunz, Meltlesomeu Junior Band, '46: Senior Band, '46, '47, Vice- President, '48, Letter, '48: Junior Toastmasters' Club, '47, President, '47, Treasurer, '46: Ten- nis Team, '47, Letter, '47: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '47, MARIAN GREEN "Most Gracious" Roller Skating Club, '46: Library Club, '47 Girls' Glee Club, '45, Chemistry Club, '48, MARY HELEN WALLER "Modist, Happy, Witty" Senior Band, '44-'48, Letter, '47: Junior Acad- emy of Science Club, '45, '46: Senior Social Commirree, '47, '-48: Prom Committee, '48s Skating Club, '44-'46: Skating Medal, '46, RAYMOND W. TUBBESING "Robust, Witty, Taclfulu THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '48. ERWIN KLUG "Enlerprising, Kind" Boys' Literary Society, '47, '48: Junior Toast- masters' Club, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '483 Stamp Club. '45, '46, Treasurer, '46, Vice-President, '47: Golf Club, '48: Choir, '47, '48, Letter, '48, Camera Club, '44: Student Council Representa- tive. '48, Alternate, '465 "B" Football Team, '463 Junior Academy of Science, '44: Boys' Glce Club, '47, President, '48, V ROSANNA VIVIRITO "ReEned, Resplendenr, ViUacious" Girls' Glee Club, '45, President, '45, '46: Choir, '46, '47, Secretary, '47: Academy of Science, '46 RAYMOND HOGAN "Resolufe, Handsome" NTARIAN F. SULLIVAN "MirthfuI, Fashionable, Sz1pient" G, A. A,, '45, '46, '47: Junior Academy of Science, '46: Co-C-Hi, '46, '47, '48: Girls' Literary Society. '47, Treasurer, '48: Toast- mistress Club, '47, '48, Treasurer, 47, Secre- tary, '48: Chemistry Club, '48: Owls, '46: Lamps, '47, '48: New Senior Finance Commit- tee, '473 Senior Finance Committee, '48: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman. '46, '47, '48, MARY ALEXANDER "Mighty Adorable" JAMES JOHN KOLOCOTRONIS "JocuIar, Just, Kind" Boys' Literary Society, '47, June, 1948 ROBERT JOHN ELEHER "Real Jolly Fellown YVONNE KLUNK "Youthful, Keen" DORIS MAXINE MANESS "Dainty, Mcmnerlg, Modishn Skating Club. '44, '45: Library Club, '44-'471 Student Council Alternate, '-47. BILL GRAl' "Brace, Genial' ' HB" Team Basketball '-56: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '4S. BERNARD GARRISON "Brave, Gallant" HELEN V, MCMANAWAY "Humble, Vivacious, Mannerlyu Junior Academy of Science, '45, '46: Skating Club, '463 Chemistry Club, '47: Distributive Club of America, '48: Future Business Leaders of America, '48, JUNE MAUREEN Porrs 'Jaunty. Merry, Poised" Student Council Repreesntative, '46, '47, Alter- nate, '47, '48: The News Salesman, '46, '47Z Cx. A. A., '44: Junior Telesis Toastmistress Club, '47, '48g The News Staff, Reporter, Typ- ist, '48: Junior Academy of Science, '46: Roller Skating Club, '44, CHARLES SPIERS "Congenial, Resolute, Sharp" Student Council Representative, '47, '48, GORDON SCHULZE "Gallant, Sensible" General Science Club, '44, MARY FEARS Quit School. A952 June, 1948 BERTIS ROSE "Bright, Rhythmic" MARX' RUTH JORDAN "Mannerly, Reserved, Just" Senior Girls' Glee Club, '45, '46: Senior Band, '46-'48: Senior Caps and Gowns, '487 New Senior Social Committee, '47 DOLCRES EICHSCHLAO "Delightfully Evasive' Roller Skating Club, '44, '45: Glee Club, '44, '45, JOHN WILLIAM LAWLESS "Jouial, ll'it!y, Lion-Hearted" GLEN HEIDEMANN "Gallant, Helpful" MARY AAARGARET EITZSIMONS "Merry, Modest, Facetious' Roller Skating Club, '44, '45, '46: G. A, A., '44, '45, '46, '47: The News Salesman, '47, '48: Library Club, '47, DORIS JONES "Diligent, Just" ROBERT MOON "Refined, Mannerlyn GEORGE NHCHAEL KLENK "Genial, Metllesome, Knightlyw Academy of Science Club, '44, '45: "B" Foot- ball, '44, ALICE MAY PILCHER "Attractive, Modish, Popular" Roller Skating Club, '45, '46p Library Club, '47: Girls' Glee Club, '45: Chemistry Club, '48, June, 1948 DORIS MARIE HOFEMANN "Dainty, Modest, Halcyon" G. A. A- '44-'46: Student Council Alternate. .47 ,'4S: Pep Club, '46. ALBERTA SCHROEDER "Attractive, Spruce" PAUL LANGE ' "Profound, Lively" Committee of Twenty, '47, '48: Owls, '47g Student Council Representative, '46, '47: Alter- nate. '46: Boys' State Representative, '47: The News Staff. '47, '48: Toastmasters' Club, '47, '48, Treasurer, '48: Senior Finance Committee, '47: Senior Social Committee, '48. MARGARET SCI-IULZE "Merry, Sweet" G. A. A.. '45, '46, '47, '48, Chevron, '46, Letter, '47, Pin, '48, Treasurer, '48, AUDREY HOYBERG "Adorable, Jocular, Heartbreaker" Library Club, '46: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '48, BETTY ALLGIRE "Bright, Ambitious" Ice Skating Club, '44: Roller Skating '47: Chemistry Club, '48. WILLIAM L. LAWYER "Whimsical, Laborious Leader" Football, '47, '48: Toastmasters' Club, '48: Pep Club, '46, Treasurer, '46: Chemistry Club, '47, '48: Senior Social Committee, '48p Owls, '46g Boys' State, '47, Sheriff, '47, IVIARY LOUISE I-IAUB "Morher's Little Helper" Junior Academy of Science, '45, '46: Club, '46, G. A. A.. '45-'48: Chemistry Club, '47, '48: Senior Girls' Glee Club, '47: Toastmistress Club. '47, '48: Tumbling Club, '47, '48: Pep Club, '461 Chairman of Social Committee of New Senior Class, '48, Chairman of Social Committee of Senior Class, '4 8. .IETTY ENIIVIONS "Just, Earnest" Retailing Club, '48, CLARENCE HESSLEY "Congeniul, Humble" Track. '45, '46: Football, '44, '45. June, 1948 GENE UMBRIGHT "Good-humored, Unbiased" Student Council Representative, '46, ANNA JANE CAPPELLO CSee page 3l.D EUNICE JEANNE NICCREADY "Energetic, Jovial, Modest" Library Club, '46, '47, Secretary, '46, Treas- urer, '47, Roller Skating Club, '46, TED DE ZUTTER "Truly Diligent" Distributive Education Club, '48, EDWIN DUNLOP "Etemally Diligenf' Committee of Twenty, '46, '47: Baseball Team, '44, '45: Boys' State Representative, '47: The News Salesman, '45, '46, '47: Student Council Alternate, '46, ROSEMARY COOL "Reserved, Calm" Roller Skating Club, '44, '45: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman, '45, '46: THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '48: Co-C-Hi, '47, '48: G, A. A- '44: Student Council Alternate, '44-'47, BETTY ISRINGHAUS "Blithe, Incontestablen G. A. A., '4-4: CofC-Hi, '48: The News Sales- mzfn, '46-'48, LEON GEORGE HEINCKER "Lively, Good HiIter" Baseball, '46, '47g Senior Boys' Glee Club, '47, FORREST WUNDERLICK "Friendly, Whimsical" Football, '46, '47, Letter, '47: Hi-Y, '47, '48p Library Club, '45. RUTH ELLEN FOSTER "Rare, Effulgent Favorite" June, 1948 JEAN SIERING "Jocund, Spnrklingn Co-C-Hi, '46, '47: Toastmistress Club, '47, '48, Vice-President. '48: Student Council Rcp- rcsentativc, '48, Cabinet, '48. Auditing Com- mittee. '-IS: Owls, '44, '45: Lamps, '473 New Senior Social Committee, '47: Senior Publicity Committee. '-WS. IRIS BASHAM Hlndustrious. Blithe" Junior Band, '-45: THE RED AND BLACK Sales- man. '4-I: The News Salesman, '44: Library Club, '46, '47. GEORGIA GALLOP "Gag, Modest, Gracious" JOAN SIERING "Joyful, Sublime" Ci. A. A., '45: Owls, '45: C0-C-Hi, '46, '47, Toastmistress Club, '4 7, '48: New Senior Class Finance Committee, '47g Senior Class Finance Committee, '48, LUCILLE UCINSKI '4Louely, Urzsulliedn PAT DONNELLY "Positively Darling" Junior Academy of Science, '45, '46: Roller Skating Club, '44, IRENE LOUISE ERANCOIS "Ideal, Lilzable Friend" Glee Club, 48: Choir, '45. BARBARA KNIGHT Quit School VIRGINIA ANN KARWOSKI "Vivacious, Always Kemp!" G. A. A,, '47, BETTY LOU SPITZMILLER "BustIing. Lively, Suave" Roller Skating Club, '44s G. A. A., '45s Stu- dent Council Altemate. '43. Ju : t ne, 1948 ANTOINETTE GIACALONE "Always Genres!" JEAN SWINEA "JovlaI, Spruce" Co-C-Hi, '46f'48: Girls' Literary Society, '46 '47, Student Council Representative, '48, EVERETT WILLEEORD "Enrerprising, Wary" Academy of Science, '45, '46, SHIRLEY CLAIRE GRADEL "SociabIe, Clever Girl" G. A. A., 44, MARIE CRUTCHEIELD "Most Capable" Co-C-I-Ii, '46, '47, '48: Roller Skating Club, '44 BARBARA LEE JONES "Brisk, Lovely, Jouial' G. A. A., '4-5: Girls' Glee Club, '45, '46: Choir. '46Q Skating Club, '45, RICHARD KNAPP "Resourcefnl. Keen" Student Council, '48: Chemistry Club. '47, NORMA MEYER "Neat, Modest" Junior Academy of Science, '45. MARGARET RUTH SMOOT "Mild, Resourccful, Staid" Toastmistress Club, '47, '48: Girls' Literary So- ciety, '48g Owls, '46: Lamps, '47, '48, IVIELVIN CADY "Musical, Vibranr, Capable" Senior Band, '44-'48. June, 1948 XVILLIAINI J. PALMER "ll'itty. Jouial. Proud" Spanish Club, '-l8: Toastmasters' Club, '47, '-48. I IVIARIETTA BRIGULIO ' Quit School. BETTY ZXVILLING "Beautiful. Zippy" LOUIS CSOLAK Quit School. JOHN VERBANAZ 'lJolly, Valiant" "B" Team Baseball, '45: Track Team, '46, PAULINE RUBANO "Polished, Resoiuzew Girls' Glee Club. '45, '46. PATRICIA JEROME "Pleasant, Jubilanf' library Club, '46, Vice-President, '46: The ' News Salesman, 44148: New Senior Financial Cgmmittee, '47, DAVID IVIILLER "Dashxng, Flared, Manly" Toastmasters' Club, '48: Student Council, '48 The News Salesman, '48: Track Team, '47, ROBERT SWAW Summer School Cindidate. AUDREY I-IENSIEK "Always Happy" June, 1948 ARLEEN JANET SVOBODA "Always Joyful, Sensible" G. A. A., '44-'48, Chevron, '45, Letter, '46, Pin, '47, Vice-President, '46-'48: Co-C-Hi, '46- '483 Owls, '44, '45: Lamps, '46, '47: Roller Skating Club, '44-'46, Roller Skating Award, '45: Student Council Alternate, '47: Telesis Junior Toastmistrcss Club, '47, '487 Senior So- cial Committee, '4X: New Senior Social Commit- tee, '47, JOHN DANIELEWICZ "Jaunty, Busy, Diligentu LORRAINE H, MOECKEL "Lively Happy. Modest" G. A. A., '44-'48: Roller Skating Club, '44- '47J THE RED AND BLACK Staff, '46, '47Z Senior Band, '45, '46, JEANINE HARDER "Jolly, Happy-Go-Lucky" G. A. A., '44g Roller Skating Club. '44: Stu dent Council, '44: New Senior Social Commit tee, '47. BETTY LEE "Brilliant, Ladyllheu JOSEPH LEROY "Just, Lively" Boys' Literary Society, '47, '48, Treasurer, '48 VERNON HERRINGTON . "VaIorous, Hearty" MARY RUTH SIMS "Modist, Refined, Sweet" MARIE SONG "Merry, Sapientu GLORIA KNOPF "Graceful, Kemp!" Roller Skating Club, '45: The News Salesman, '45, '46: Student Council Alternate, '48, The News Staff. '48, .lune,1948 FRED BOKERMAN "Faithful, Brmvnyi' FANNY VITALE "Friendly, Blirhe. Viuacious' KATHLEEN ROE "Kind, Roguish' RUDY SCI-IILDROTH "Resourreful, Stalwarf' Student Council Representative, '44, '451 Bas- ketball, '46-'48: THE RED AND BLACK Sales- man. '47, '4S: The News Salesman, '46-'48: Baseball, '46-'48. Ror ASHER "Reliable, Helpful, Alert" ELIZABETH ANN MCINTOSH "Elegant, Able, Modishn The News. Art Editor, '45-'48: Glee Club, '45, '46, President, '46, Letter. '46: Cheerleader, '47, '48. Letter, '47: The News Salesman, '45, Tumbling Team, '48: Library Club, '45, JEANNETTE HERKENHOEF "Joyful, Helpful" Student Council Alternate, '46, Representative, '47, '48. JACK HUMPHREYS ' "Jaunty, Humorous" Baseball. '45-'47, Letter. '45-'472 Football Manager, '44: THE RED AND BLACK Salesman. '44: Basketball, V462 Student Council. '45, PAT THOMPSON "Polite, Tranquil" DELORES WILTSHIRE Quit School. June, 1948 ALBERT ADLER "Always Alert" .li'l,C'f LEROY COLLINS Student "Jaun1y, Laughing. Cortlial' Footballf-16, '47, Letter, '46, 47: Track. '47, '48: Baseball. '451 THE RED AND BLA K Salesman, '47, '48: Student Council Alteinmiu, '47 CHARLES DUNN "Cautious Decidef' HB" Football, '45: The News Snlcsmm. '48. FRANK GILL .. , , S 'mor Famous Gymnast l Swimming Team, '45-'48, Letters, Twenty, '45f'-lily Tonstmasterf '46-'43, Committee of Club, '48: Owls, 47, -+63 Lamps, 47, -1-S. The News Stalf, '47, '48, C'i.1irmJn, Editorial Board, '48. Jo MARTELLARO "Jolly, Modest" Council Alternate, '44. MERRIL lVllCl'lELSXVORTll "Manly, Muscular" KENNETH POOLE "Kind, Polite" Band, 47, 461Choir, 45, 46 EDYVARD SCHMIDT "Equitable, Sprg' Alumni Initiation Pledge At the invitation of Mr. Alexander, the President of the Alumni Association has, since January, 1947, inducted the members of the graduating class into the association immediately after they receive their diplomas by administering to them the following ALUMNI PLEDGE oi? ALLEGIANCE I, John Smith, a graduate of Central High School, pledge allegiance to the ideals and pres- tige of my Alma Mater. past, present, and to comeg I will defend her dignity and reputation through joy and sorrow. through cczlrn and strife, through prosperity and rribulation as long as I liue. 42 -rw ,Y 42. A : -X.: . .,,. ,r 3 ' EFX ' 1 A ,,m,AXL Q' 'S IL N If iz p, W ' ' mn 1Af- ' 'W - ' ' ' Qf" ' -Q if ! llll w 'ffm' ' 55" 'W ""' L ' x ff? t., Q x. q 4 E . ax H ' I ,. ' A """':' 1 fig A . A I XX V , any 2: 'Z . 1 "f . 1 ' A 1,A A, . '-f. f a ' " . A 1 f :MF 1 4 vm ' -. S fi . 1 L o w e r uf: ' Vvlh ct, if gg K - Q5 4Qg1fl- .- F! ' ,, . WE A ,,L. m V4 i u. I C I' m C r 9 ' Q. U , ,. N l V ' f J ' a 59 ,A.' 1 I ' , , ,,,, A ?mQ.X 4 'l' X ,A 75: ' ' r ' ' - J . ' ' f ,. -1. S ,OQO 5 2 ,, ' A- 90048 Y J" I . ' '-. Q9.,,' . 49' Masks , f , W , rl"-,L " I I. , 12 I F- -' . we .ff ,I ,t , ,If-.1172- I5 1? K ., A -.,- 1 4'L-I, V V I A M If Q I i ggf ,F , .X lx I Q , - X 3, ' - p., , 1, A ' I. . , jg- -2' 1.-X' 1 211 Q f x . 43 January, 1949, Girls f' of 'ff Bettie Moore, Pat McMillin, Mary Mitchell, Dot Smith. Mary Easley, lrline Sandefer, Ethel Shrum, Lucille Fortune, Lillian Tamalis, Josephine Bova, Lucille Eyre, Lorranie Lee, Marian Schopfer, Marian Francois, Wanda Dunn, Marilyn Kreuter, Julie Somogye, Patricia Robbins, Alice Norton. Beth Houdyshell, Josephine Zuniga, Anna Centunzi, Nola Mae Fenton, Gwen Glancy, Lois Hagan, Bettie Florsek, Mary Jane Chamanick, Helen Johnkoski, Audrey Snuffer, Ann Looby, Harriet Lueking, Janet Ehlen, June Francis, Ruth Schultz, Marilyn Hagebusch, Dolores Olsen, Evelyn Williams, Margaret Dickens, Delores Martin, Darlene Christian, Lorine Guerrant. June, 1949, Girls Lily Chung, Nancy Stanley, Eay Bradford, Dot Smith. 'Wilma Brown, Dot Wittkoetter, Mabel Guenther, Maryann Johanningmeier, Laura Greenstreet, Joan Haydu, Idalla Koch, Roberta Golden, Charlene Mantei, Arline 'KVallis, Ruth Jones, Betty Stout, Betty Sadler, Melba Garvey, Helen Minor, Rosemary Scarborough, Jean Pollock. Norma Wright, Betty Simpson, June Rutledge, Joan Mohl, Gladys Albrecht, Janet Clay, Agnes Henning. Joann O'Brien, Mary Jo Spring, Marge Fenimore. Jeanette Sayles, June Marten, Norma Kuhlengel, Rita Jezik, Dara Kelleher, Norma Lewis, Rosalie Mercurio, Gloria Duraski, Mildred Burroughs, Ethel Keller, Pat Stempfel, Reba Swaw, Ida Schneider, Patsy Eilerman. Marcella Henningfeld. Pearl Catanzaro, Opalene Akins, Marion Bathe. Joyce Hansen, Roberta Sutherlin, Catherine Hefti, Irene Scheibe, Garnet Webb, Mmrie Laskowitz, Gwendolyn Coffey, Patricia Brady, Dorothy Schultz, Christine Becker, Louise Brodeur, Deloma Jackson. Anita Poss, Marion Rogers, Pat Smith, Joyce Sandcork, Audrey George, Ruth Taylor, Joyce Wachenhcim, Carolyn Gibbs, Doris Anderson, Carleen Jarvis, Jeweldean Johnston. ff f fwfmmezw ,nasmnzwrf January, 1949, Boys Ron Peper, Robert Soats, Eddie Leong, Harry Thompson, Norman Mikus, Robert Jones, Kenneth Patrette, Herman Geller, Warren Kiefer, Dave Hall, Lou Aiello, Thomas Bommarito, John Taylor, Melvin Florkowski. Stanley Mann, XValter Schrader, Richard Wilson, Hank Kessler, Edgar Wilkinson, Bob Davis, Oliver Bumb, Andrew' Tutin. William Vogt, Roy Russnogle, Laurel Bush. Hartford Smith. Robert Schmitt, Herman Mick, Roy McFerron, Leo Caradonna, Wallace Gundlach, Roy Mayfield, Herman Haffer, Clarence Bruce, Elmer Gerhardt, Arthur Lohmeyer, Gordon, Farlow. Martin Weber, Richard Priss, Michael King, Jesse Mayberry, Richard Heber, David Lee, John Ellis Jim Pendleton, James Patterson, George Bruenning, XVilliam Keck, James Modesitt, Paul Fitch. June, 1949, Boys Virgil Schellhardt, Donald Lindsey, James Lewis, Ronald Welch. Charles Whitney, Robert Regh, Harry Burris, Donald Pilcher, Hubert Marchlewski, Lee Fasching, Rich Juengst, Lewis Minzes, Arthur Kerbel, Wayne Kaempfe, Richard Wil- son, Donald Claus, Leslie Thurston, Eddie Windish, Donald Seufert, Joe Ancona, Charles Mueller, Ralph Sullivan, Bill Ritter, Harry Hampe, John Morgan, Paul Bono, Dale Young, Phil Fleet, John Malone, Norman Emery, Gene Fleher, Harlan Murray, Dave Hall, John Russo, Russell Eaves, Ray Bollenbach, Don Crittenden, Ed- Canoday, Louis Aiello, Edward Song, Joe Musick, Robert Tibbles, Gene Williams, Philip McHenry. Troy Coppedge, Richard McMas- ters, Bernell Berry, Gerald Noah, Melvin Anderson, George Foreman, Floydf Bager, Roger Hibbits, Joe Badalamenti, Robert Godt, William Ruhland, Donald Davis, Leonard High. Franklin Burch, Claudy Cobb, William Radick, Earl James, Bill Speiser, Edward Tabaka, John Toczylowski, Jim Bendickson, Dan Hosty, Fred Koenig, John Wolf, Arthur Reckert, Clarence Bruce. "7 ii' f: ' 111 11 ' li? .114 ,, me f January, 1950, Girls vang? ,Feng Louise Mueller, Norma Ross, Rosemary Connelly, Thelma Reeves, Carol Bueltman, Doris Lemons, Philippina Dohr- mann, Norma Ro-bb, Dorothy Derbes, Rosemary Deuper, Myrtle Vwliedner. Margaret DeSimone, Clara Kuntz, Regenia Greene, Jacqueline Schmitt, Wyvonda Brown, Doris Newton. Jacquelyn Ellis, Wilma Branson, Shirley Pillman, Maxine Brewer. Nancy Mauller, Shirey Beck, Louise Sawicki, Margaiet Hougland, Arlene Smith, Lillian Dezutter, Velma Yates, Marilyn Martin, Patsy Ward, Catherine Marzuco, Helen Brinkman, Evelyn Bryson, Shirley Nleyer, Betty Vogelpohl, Patricia Thorpe, Dolores Malon, Marian Bcst, Arlene Dode, June Carwitz, Loraine Morrison, June Marten, Dorothy Hyde, Shirley Stoving, Nadine Davis. Patricia Taylor, Carroll Crane. June Georgie, Donna Moore, Aleeda Drake, Despina Asimakopoulos, Melba Singleton, Laverne Oelkers, Margaret Swatske, Louise Bacon, Virginia Williams, Velma Boyd, Jean Benwell, Bonnie Heidemann, Mabel Thomas, Evelyn Flinn, Shirley Wallace, Edna Schwartz, Marilyn Mueller, Arlene Kurz, Carolyn Yates. June 1950 Girls I I Anna Vfappel, Magdalen Burgid, Cynthia Stoddard, Norma Brunner. Pat Van Leuven, Polly Jameson, Felicia Milonski, Jane Meyer, Betty Ross, Grace Licavoli, Rubie Mae Pumphrey, Bobbie Minton, Mildred Holtgrewe, Patsy Biancardi, Evelyn Boyer, Betty Pierson, Louise XVelsch. Carole Bickel, Dorothy Easter, Norma Cook, Roberta Urban, Jackie Cadwell, Jeannette Manic, Doris McConnell, Bette Noel, NVilma Parker, LaVerne Capstick, Lorna Temke, Nicki Koloco- tronis, Nell Camobell, Betty Lou Runnels. Dorothy Steinbruegge, Barbara Kreasky, Norma Miller, Glenda Mullins. Barbara Knight. Betty Dorrell, Marie Szydlowski, Jeanette Longo, Margie Randazzo, Geraldine Mercurio, Grace Wiese, Dolores Ciesmielewska, Mary Cissell. Betty Walker. Josephine Biondo, Betty Ray, Jian Barbieri. Lwila Penrod, Dorothy Tidwell, Katherine Leier, Patsy Verweyst, Audrey Kemper, Alma Werchow, Peggy Eads. JoAnn Utnage, Peggy Bowden. Jean Leahy, Georgia Friss, Doris Keilfer, Shirley Chappell, Loretta Jones, Grace Abshier, Rowena Devinney, Doris Bradshaw, Mildred Schott, Mary Speiser, Vivian Skewes, Joyce Becker, Florence Newman, Rose Towers, Caroline Krail, Bette McPherson, Mary Sciaramitaro, Barbara Finley, Martha Duckworth, Vema Goslik, Dolores Sanders, Billie Cope- land, Joann Simmons. Shirley Ann Null, Dorotha Moore, Louise Edwards, Mary Brown, Ruby Cantrell, Shirley Stephens, Thelma Smith, Shirley Hagebusch, Clara Cline, Pat Gradl, Gwyn Moyer, Toni Dattilo, Pauline Truetken, Alice Cox, Shirley Bomerschein, Helen Mclntosh, Shirley Schwehr, Betty Davis, Joan Rudolph. Jeanette Cupp, Audrey Hilgemann, Dolores Meyer, Patricia Rogers, Pauline Baumeister, Beatrice Rose, JoAnn Cowan, Betty Stoflel, Geraldine Moritz, Jean Louis, Alice Hoelscher, Leoclrie Kalz, Doris Kreutzman, Shirlene Gehrs, Janet Feldhaus, Dolores Balsman. z4Mmrnmx,i.31rf ,Meir 111 Af II i I if , Il ",, ' in , Q- ' , ,- January, 1950, Boys . Y .,,,i , ...wie-wt ww-Til t o f--h S 5 a s 'Q , A , . g. V Q . h 5. fe- Q X.,, S qs Q if A gf' E f' 5' .- ' T si Sgr 9, Ei i .. 3 . r S iff Q S S' W, Q ,.. , .... Lf Q, Q Grald Risinger, Ronald Simpkins, Ted Dorenkamp, James Lamwersieck, Stanley Baitell, Charle-z Schuff, Lester Curless. George Howard, Herbert Garstang, James Soukup, Rodney Tettenhorst, George Thomas, Bill Harris, Jo: Henningsen. Salvatore Ferrante, Donald Montgomery, Thomas Kopp, Arnold DeZutter, Levi Emmons, Arthur Burkhart, Richard Coulson, James Brooks, Anthony Maggio, Jesse Szwargulski, Gene Hessley, Richard Love, Thomas Hendrickson, James XVeavcr, Otis Madonna, Bill Guth. Gene Schaefer, George Shone. Robert Abshier, Oran Anderson. Robert Harbin, Don Fritz. Arthur McFerron, Fred Bates, Bill Martchink, Robert Strait. Charlie Smith, Anthony Mazzola, John Lipin- ski, Bill Barfleld, Marvin Carter, Douglas Fowler, Larry Cuddy, Bill Juengel. June, 1950, Boys Paul Simpkins, Billy Nelson, Kenneth Hall. David Jones, Elmer Smith, Fred Wcrchow, Donald, Garrett, John Dean, Jim XVood, XVillard Lee, Vernon Hanson, XVayne McIntosh. Dwight Russnogle. Fred Hoffmann. Melvin Frecse, Donald Geienant, Everett King, Allen Brandt. Bob Nichols, Eugene Perzan, Floyd Vvlalker, Louis SnuHin, Roy Beno-ist, William Haydu, Donald XVhitmore, Richard Evola, Carl Bishop, Patrick Hughes, Robert Combs, Lee Stringer. Kenneth Austin, Anthony Scotino, Eugene Hall, Jack Franczak. Harold Kreitner. Vtlalter Carlin, Fred Lanigan, Kenneth Butler, Donald Harris, Mike Indelicato, Joe Rocco, Marvin Ashmore, Ralph Kirkhart, Jack Ryan, Hubert Martin, Lawrence Radick, Eugene Burroughs, Don Beveridge, Charles Halford, Charles Burcham, Harold Ballmann, Harold Smith, Kenneth Wilson, Jim Lane, Jack Alford, Harold Vlfaters, Kenneth Bushmann, Donald Donaldson, Ro-bert Doggett, Kenneth Jones, David Melton, Joseph Schmich, Conrad Nichols, Richard Griffieth, Armand Salas, Robert Zorich. James Rosenthal, Ted Gollins, Richard Graham. Pat O'Mara. Carl Tinnon. Leonard Mirtsching, Vernon Carter, Elmer Meyer, Richard Mel, Clem Heitert, Richard Murphy, Robert Clarke, Fred Vkferner, Richard Rankin. lla1.1r11gi..li .ii.a1:l January,1952, Girls Dorothy Thompson, Arderh Moyer, Louise Zide. Norma Hogue, Alma Newbold, Joyce Reckert, Patricia McVey. Shirley Cox, Doris Grisham, Carolyn Reynolds, Rose Kaufman, Betty Schoenberger, La Verne Hanlon, Elaine Mazzola, Ellen Taii, Jessie Knoche, Norma Jean McNew, Marie Kapoulis, Shirley Endsley, Dolores Hopkins, Laverne Ellis, June Rutchmann, Pat,y Scharr, June Swindle, Shirley Allen, Dorothy Bronsky, Jeaniene Ballard, Do-lores Sheppard, Geraldine Crittenden, Ivd Cardwell, Barbara Council, Delphine Rios, Doris Fox, Dorothy Dees, Jeanne Anderson, Kathleen Leonard, Bcity Bell, Myra Miller, Bessie Mathews. Patsy Fillbright, Janet Stelzer, Thelma Tucker, Viola Christo, Mary Dcmwree, Joan Fann, June Musick, Esther Gabler, Marie Akers, Nancy l-libbits, Marilyn Voderberg, Nadine Williams, Gloria Flankins. Ann Kortkamp, Virginia Nugent, Inez Pendley, Mary Horvath, Gloria Miller. Ladine Abernathy, Norma Cole, Jean Miller, Betty Cross, Patricia Vargo, Marjorie Scharr, Dolores Brown, Mary Gunn, Mary Vickers, Mary McGavock, Shirley Dchrendorf, Wilma Schultz. . New Pupils, Second Term FIRST ROW: Wanda Morgan, Vera Vollmer, Paul Francis, Marilyn Foster, Janet XVindisch, Jerry Davis, Charlie Gregorelz, Bob Squires. SECOND Row: Lee Kohring, Tom Grifhrh, Josephine Terrana, Joseph Pfeister, James Britton. Ralph Baco. Geraldine Simmons. THIRD ROW: Conrad Nicks, Fred Kirby, Robert Bolin, Clem Heitert. mrzvm' . ,- .3 M, ,AI fl J, .. maiaivaxmxur .ra January,1952, Boys Tommy Riebling. Robert Reich, Richard Borthick, Edward Ring, Frank Baratts. Robert lce, Frank Kreminski, Norman Clements, Donald Reagan, Bob Tiemann, John Anas, Bobby Cooper, Robert Duraski, Robert Brown, Junior Roberts, Jack Coleman, Pepper Allen, Eugene Doggett, Francis Schoo, Anthony Gleason, Robert Bay, Michael Madonna, Melvin Short, Herman Pendleton, Jack Allgire, Emmett Hyde, Bob Mutter, Charles Bectol, Francis Straub, Jack Moynihan, Leon Kuntz. Joe Rudolph, Edward Goza, Larry Fenimore, Charles Simmons, Tommy Gunn, David Francois. Billy Knight, Robert DeJarnett, Gerald Disper, James West, Elbert Oberts, Dallas Chappell, Bill Turner, Gene Murdock, Charles Reilly, Ronald Adler, Ronnie Swctnam. Eddie Linn, Arthur Coddington, Joe Moore, George Yakel, Thomas Victor, Charles Pendleton, Donald Adler, Ronald Smith, Kenneth Angell, Joe Levantino, Tony Palos, William Truskin, Norman Heitmann, Herbert Gatermann. Absent From Term Pictures FIRST ROW: Gracie Frazer, Lwana Smith, Virginia Pace, Genevieve Pusczak SECOND ROW: Glen Risinger, Mary Etta Summy, Vera White, Helen Mowrey, Ron Mattingly. O 1 0 l, i r1,zl ll aa ,a-Q1 ANOTHER GOOD BOOK BY D O N R O L A N D 308 North Sixth Street I CENTRAL 63 9 7 -, -r 4, , A. r '4 5 X A A dmlf 5. , ' . ,. . ANQR1. - QMQEEFEX - . --Q- - ni - l ' f - A - i 4 -.M 2 " 1 ,- ' -,, ik n l f ifiiiiiigf I Q .fm Q, . -5 - gf I f . Qigiili . I gl .V .ml Ali li 'wx-5 .. X gi: -1' ,, gf- ,J P m ' ' 3 liiiii' EJ.,-nl B IEIQ ' I' Q24 P Y .QT i i I ' 3!"'l'afl5 if ,lx 'X iii" f' '-mu F E 'I 3 "' ' 1? 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Edtior-in-Chief KATHRYN KOENIG Club Editor MARIE KOGUT Alumni Editor THE RED AND BLACK STAFF Class Editors PATRICIA HERNDON BERTI-IA HELEN SMITH GLEN SCI-IULZE MERLEE BROCK Associate Literary Editors ARLYNN PAY UTNAGE DOROTHY SCHNEIDER ERWIN KLUG Athletic Editor TOM MILLION Art Editor LORRAINE WEIIDERT BETTY ISRINGHAUS Associate Art Editors DOLORES PISTONE DOLORES OLSEN DO-RINE STEINKAMP JUNE PENDERGRASS 54 S t a F f a n :Iduertising Manager RUTH SCHULTZ Business Managers EYELYN EABIAN GEORGIA GALLOP BILL PALMER RUTH TAYLOR Typisrs DELORES IVIARTIN IRLINE SANDEEER AUDREY PIOYBERG MARY MITCHELL ETHEL SHRUIXI I-Issistanrs BARBARA DONAHUE BEI I Y PILLMAN LORETTA MCCRACKEN DARA KELLEHER BOBBIE MINTON AUDREY BURGER ROSEINIARY COOL JUNE VVALTERS SHIRLEY ELLIS GREGORY MARTER GEORGE SI-IONE EDDIE LEONG KENNETH PATRETTE EDGAR WILKINSON ROSANNA VIVIRITO Literary Sponsor MR, VEST DAXIIS SGICSITI SEATED: June Pendergrass, Dolores Olsen, Dolores Pistone. STANDING: Eddie Leong, Audrey Hoyberg Evelyn Fabian, Helen Smith, Mary Mitchell, Pat Herndon, Arlynn Utnage. Ruth Schultz, Ethel Shrum Kenneth Patrette Edgar NVilkinson. Business Sponsor Typing Sponsors MR. RALPH R. KIRN MR' ROY V- COFFEY MISS MARJORIE EWING Aff Sponsor School Treasurer MRS. ETHEL Ross MR. Ross HOERNER THE RED AND BLACK, SALESIVIEN FIRST Row: Roscmnry Molloy, Norma Lewix Delhma Jackson, Leona Mackler, Marie Kogut, Johannzu Sampson. Ann Palazzolo. SECOND ROW: Bob Hrn.lee, Jam': Courts, Steve Fitzgerald, Charles Eckcrle, Jasper Tumbarello, Edward Patzer. Mzrlee Brock. THIRD Row: Edward Tabaka, Bob Brooks, Rudy Schildroth, Fred Chnpmm, Rmy Snyder, Robert Baitinger, Richard Coulson. 'l News Staff SEATED, FIRST Row: Joann O'Brien, Jean Stanhll, Joan Rudolph, Ruth Mollrcnbur. SECOND' Row: Frank Fuerst, Gwen Clancy, Vito Buzzotta, Marion Roesberg. THIRD Row: Mary Jo Spring, Marie Kogut, Dot Ballman, Bette Di FOURTH ROX B Y lr Be 'e r 1 A l e e ' 'r ' I' J ' o i xon. V: ob Hoo 5, ttir Flo stk, P t Bartz, Clar nc Keitel. SIXADIXG: Fr nk Gill. D t Sm th. Dolores Wiltshire, Bill G th Mar' Lo Haub, June IN rten. Mr. un :I D lores Mal D r h 5 H l n u , y u 'la G dl ch, o on o ot y fiyde, ee McIntosh, Edna Schwartz, Barbara Kreasky, Philippina Dohrmnnn, Mr. Van Landcgend, Jeweldean Johnston. George Stearns, Steve Fitzgerald MR. GUNDLACH, sponsor OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM V1To BUZZOTA . . . Chairman, . . FRANK GILL FRANK FUERST . . Co-Chairman . . OWEN GLANCY GWEN GLANCY , . Co-Chairman . . BETTIE FLORSEK WHY MICE LEAVE HOME what's going on. My, shefs in a hurry-oh, OR A TRIP THROUGH THENEWS OFFICE My name is Throckmorton P. Gilder- mouse. I live in a corner of our spacious CFD News ofiice, Boy! the work that it takes to get one issue of The News out, Why, some- times Bettie and Gwen are so busy that they don't even take time to scream when they see me. Well, I think I'll take a nap. Goodness! who can take a nap with Janet and Gloria banging away on their typewritersl Watch out! Paul, you almost sat on me. Oh! Ohl here come Frank and Steve . . . I guess I bet- ter go crawl under the woodwork . . . no- body will bother me there, unless Lois, Nola, or Harriet start beating their heads against the wall. They always, you know, Here comes Dolores, it's a wonder she doesn't pull all her hair out, all the trouble she has just so some nosey students can know oh, I'll bet somebody tried to put a slur in "Sally Says" . . . Marie just turns ,in a nice, neat-looking article, I think I'll go bite OIT a corner . . . let's see, what's the name of it now? . . . why, it's "Dear Diary". Hmmm, that's one of my favorites: guess I won't take a bite out of it. I think the cartoons that Helen and Liz just turned in look more appetizing anyway . . . You know, I feel like trying a hand at writ- ing myself. I think I'll write my old pal, Mr. Gundlach, a poem: My dear Mr. Gundlach, this poem is to say, For your work on The News, you should get extra pay. The students you work with do their best, But sometimes even they need a rest. EIRST ROW: Gene Flcher, Robert Schmitt, Thomas Million, .Ioc Leroy, Richaxd Coulson, Ron Pcpcr. SECOND ROW lxenncth Patrettc, Hartford Smith, Edgar Wilkinsoil, James Kolocctronis, George Shone, Laurel Bush, THIRD ROW Clnrrncc B.ucc, XVallacc Gundlnch, Gregory Martur. The Boys' Literary Society FIRST TERM TOM MILLION . . JACK IIRANCZAK , ROBERT SCI-IMITT JOE LEROY . - MR. DAVIS, Sponsor OFFICERS , President . Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer . SECOND TERM ROBERT SCHMITT TOM MILLION GREGORY IVIARTER KENNETH PATRETTE Girls' Literary Society and Athenaeum MR. DAVIS, Sponsor OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM KATHRYN KOENIC: . . pfeslldeflf , . KATHRYN KOENIG MARIE KOGUT . . . . Vice-President . MARIE KOGUT DOROTHY SCHNEIDER . . SE?Ct'8Tt1l'y . 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Arlene Smith. FIFTH ROW: Patricia Taylor, Carroll Crane, Marian Sullivan, Dorothy Schneider, Marian Roseberg, Betty Pillman, T I1 e C o - C - H i MISS DICKMAN, Sponsor OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM DOLORES PISTONE . . Pfeslideflf . . DOLORES PISTONE DOROTHY SCHNEIDER . Vice-President . . DOLORES MALON KATHRYN KOENIG , Seffefdfy . . CARLEEN JARVIS MARIE KOGUT . . . Treasurer . , FELICIA MILONSKI he Committee of Twenty MR. CHRISTENSON, Sponsor OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND' TERM GLEN SCI-IULZE . , Pt'9Sl'dt?f1f . . WARREN KIEFER FRANK FUERST . . VIC?-PFBSIUBUT , . RICHARD COULSON WARREN KIEFER . . S6?Cl'efl1t'y . . ELMER GERHARDT HERMAN GELLER . . . Tirt'CZSLlrf?r . , . HERMAN GELLER CLARENCE KEITEL , Sergeant-at-Arms . . ARTHUR LOIHMEYER FIRST ROW: Frank Gill, Ralph Lobsinger, Joe Ancona, Donald Claus, Eddie Leong, Richard Coulson, Jack Franczak, Ron Peper. SECOND ROW: Thomas Million. Bill Lawyer. Arthur Lohmeyer, Richard Fries, Elmer Gerhardt, Warren Kiefer, Herman Geller. THIRD ROW: Paul Langc. Frank Fuerst, Glen Schulze, Martin McClurken, Vito Buzzota Paul Bono. Robert Schmitt, FOURTH ROW: Edwin Dunlop, Clarence Keitel. ll I A mm w fm E414 z vllzfw ,ze 2 MISS FRIEDMAN, Sponsor FIRST ROW: Bettie Morre, Regina Rabbit, Mary Ann Johanningmeier, Kathryn Koenig. Alice Norton, Evelyn Fabian, SECOND Row: Betty Kogut, Marie Kogut, Doris Vleast, Fred XVappel, Cilen Schulze, Mary Hodge, Ralph I-lerr, Harry Drager. Dolores Malon, Mildred Schuremann, June Potts. THIRD Row: Reba Swaw, Helen Johnkoski, Bettie Florsek. Gwen Glancy, Lucille Furey, Doris McMahan, Jeannette I-lcrkenhofl, Arlene Dode. Earl DcVinney, Carroll Clrane, FOURTH ROW: Louis Aiello. Richard Wilson. Frank Gill, Al Mirth, Bob Masters, Jack Slaner, Jerry Gower, Ed Schaub. Miss Friedman. Jack Franczak. Ray Mobley. FIFTH Row: Charles Spiers, Martin McClurken, Clarence Keitel. Norman Hagan, XVilliam Sanford, Bill Skewes, Paul Lange, Arthur Lohmeyer, Phil Fleet, Carl Tinnon, Frank Fuerst. 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Carl Tinnon, Elmer Gerhardt, Richard Friss, Ted Follin, Jim Pendleton, Earl James. 4 f l, li .e iffy: li-1 V , 3341 1,gaf..Q,g.a gg The MR. BIGGAR, Director Presid en t . Vice- President Secretary . Treasurer . Librarian . Librarian . PICCOLOS Martha Duckworth Kathryn Koenig FLUTES Mildred Brawley Mary Jordan Don Pilcher CLARINETS Audrey Burger Billie Copeland Levi Emmons OFFICERS MELVIN CADY GREGORY MARTER MARIE KOGUT FRANCES MUNZER DAVID JONES HAROLD SHULZE 60 Verna Goslik Anthony Maggio Gregory Marter Frances Munzer Evelyn Poole Dolores Sanders George Shone Hartford Smith SAXOPHONES Eugene Burroughs Bill Speiser William Tamalis Carl Tinnon CORNETS Bob Baitinger Mel Cady Jo Anne Engeln Paul Francis Bill Guth William Haydu David Jones Leonard Mirtsching Gerald Risinger Harold Schulze Fred Werchow ALTO HORNS Don Beveridge Deloma Jackson Marie Kogut Floyd Walker Mary Waller BARITONES Lewis Minzes Gerald Noah Lee Pavia TROMBONES Salvatore Ferrante Arno Holling James Patterson James Rosenthal TUBAS Robert Clarke Bob Mullen Kenneth Patrette Edgar Wilkinson DRUMS Douglas Fowler Robert Godt Conrad Nichols Lawrence Radick Carl Windisch 417, I as 'QW y , , v A f we rf 1 I 1 M, I 4 , I , ' 40? 1 7 of We S7 f 'W' 2 W g, -- f wav A V 4 .fy JI., Q FIRST ROW: Norma Enos, Dolores Flowers. Antoinette Brigulio, Nicki Kolocotronis, Marie Szydlorwski, Phil Fleet, Melba Garvey, Rosanna Vivirito, Bill Martchink. David Jones, Fred Hoffmann, Fred Lanigan, Jack Franczak, Joe Kortum. SECOND Row: Audrey Hilgemann, Dolores Vtfillshire, Marjorie Jernigan, Evelyn Poole, Betty Lou Runnels, Shirley Chappell, Frances Munzer. Thomas Bommarilo, Robert Doggett, Joseph Sclmmich, Kenneth XVilsor1, Eugene Hall, THIRD Row: Philippina Dohrmann. Lillian Tamalis, Jane Massa. Pauline Martellaro, Shirley Stoving. Arlene Dode, Laurel Bush, Charles Whitney, Richard Coulson, Roy Cooper, Robert Smart, Donald Garrett. FOURTH Row: Carolyn Yates, Ann Lawson, Patsy Schillizzi, Marcella Henningfeld, Norma Norton, Nadine Davis, Richard Rankin, Paul Fitch, Erwin Klug, Richard Heber. John Malone, The Choir MISS HANKS, Sponsor OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM PHIL FLEET . . President . SHIRLEY CHAPPEL MELBA GARVEY . . Vice-President . MELBA GARVEY ROSANNA VIVIRITO . i . Secretary BII L IVIARTCHINK . Treasurer . ROBERT DOGGETT The Girls' Glee Club MISS I-IANKS, Sponsor FIRST Row: Marilyn Mueller. June Carwitz, Rosalie Randazzo, Marian Best, SECOND Row: Dona Rios, Antoinette Brigulio, Helen Minor, Betty Ross, Betty Kogut, Doris Sullivan, Marjorie Jernigan, Nancy Mauller, Doris Purcell. Ruth Molkenbur, Toni Dattela, Louise Tyler. THIRD Row: Arlene Kurz, Audrey Fagyal, Pauline Martellaro, June Cook, Jane Massa, Gwyn Mayer, Rosemary Deuper, Sarah Soots, Pat Gradl, Grace Licavoli. FOURTH ROW: Lois Staggs. Barbara Brown. Mary Capone. Barbara Leach, Alice Hoelscher, Nfaiie Szvdlowski, Margie Randazzo, Jeanette Longo, Jean Barbieri, Juanita Kammerer, Doris Kieffer, Pauline Iireutken. FIFTH ROW: Shirley Beck, Vera White, Joyce Hansen, Nadine Davis, Opaline Akins, Pauline Baumeister, Rose Towers. Agatha Kolocotronis, Katherine Leier, Roberta Sutherlin, Ann Lawson, Shirley Chappell, Caroline Krail, SIXTH Row: Carolyn Yates, Laura Milligan, Carol Potter, Garnet Olms, Marian Swindell. Betty Martin, Betty Waller, Margaret Dickens, Betty Ray, Geraldine Heurmann, rw me f noir, ' wfrfm4z:r, FIRST Row: Eugene Calvert, Douglas XVerle, Dale Stogsdill, Joe Jasinski, Salvatore Ferrnnte. James Busby, Bryan Swaw, David Jones, Ronald Farrell, SECOND ROW: Norman Costley, Fred Bevfoden, Jackie Dale Allen, Eugene Hall, Jack Slime. Lenzie Cox, Paul Gallyoun, Richard Hanrahan. Terry Sutton. THIRD Row: Thomas O'Brien. Anthony Scotino, Charles Digrispino, Clarence Fleer, Joc Kortum, Robert Doggett, Patrick Hughes. Frank Stager. William Henry, Donald XVilliams. FOURTH ROW1 Eddie Batteigcr, Erwin Klug, Kenneth Burger, Allen Brandt, Joe Musick. Laurel Bush. Elmer Meyer, George Foreman, Vernon Carter. Clifton Howard, VJalter Sanders, Fred Lanigan. The Boys' Glee Club MISS I-IANKS, Sponsor OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM IRWIN KLUG . . President . IRWIN KLUG The Mike-Movie Club OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM LAWRENCE PAPPERT . . . Presliderll' . . . . JAMES G-ARRETT JAMES GARRETT . . . Vice-President . . JOE JAMES Secretary . . LAMOYNE GRIMM FIRST Row: Phyllis Zeitz, Lamoyne Grimm, Joe James, Johanna Sampson, Marcella Moleller, Billy Nelson, Paul Simpkins. SECOND Row: Lawrence Pappert, Lenor Morrison, Eugene Calvert, Maziette Brigulio, James Busby, Rita Winchester. THIRD ROW: Mr. Hicks, Douglas Fowler, Jim Garett. Bob Mullen, James Beck, 4 f N- img-',,,. , . , f I i l , 1 ,, -in iz 4 , , ,,, ,,,, I lil, ZM,,,,-in pThe Lamp 1 -awww nb FIRST Row: -Ruth Schultz. Pbilippina Dohrmann, Donna Moore, Kathryn Koenig, Dolores Malon, Betty Lee, Arleen Svoboda, M3f124KOgUI, Ruth Smoot, SECOND Row: Rodney Tettenhorst, Patricia Rogers, Laverne Oelkers, Evelyn Fabian, Jean Sie , G i F is , Ifllain T alis E h l Shru T A o Ri h d Fris Phil ring eorga r s i am , t e m. HIRD ROW. Pat Tayl r. C ar S, Fleet, Robert Schmitt, Frank Gill, Dorothy Schneider, Reba Swaw. MISS MARTINI, Sponsor SCHOLARSHIP AVJARDS JUNE, 1947 VIII "Els"-Gold Lamps IV "Es"-Silver Lamps Keppel, Dglorgg .V -A----A-A,'- I 8.13 Shfum, Ethel ,.... ......,....... 5 - Rath, Betty, Jane ...... , , Sr. G VII "Els"-Gold Lamps Buzzota, Vito ,.., .... ,,.. . 7 - 1 Million, Rose Marie . 8-37 Schulze, Glen ,... 7-34 Tamalis, Elsie .. ....,.... Sr.G VI "E's"-Gold Lamps Brock, Merlee . , 7- 5 Koenig- Kathryn .... ,,.,. 6 -I8 Kogut, Marie . ...,., . .. . 6-12 Meyer, Marilyn ,,..,..,. . 8-12 Schneider, Dorothy . ,, ,. 6-15 V "E's,'-Silver Lamps Fabian, Evelyn , ,. . , 6-12 Lobsinger, Ralph .. . . . . 7-24 Opfer, Ruth .. . . . . , 8- 2 Schaefer, Marilyn ,. . , 8-37 Schmitt, Robert , , , 5- 8 Schultz, Ruth . . 5- 8 Tamalis, Lillian .,,. , 5- 8 f. l'. Thurston, Richard ......,...,.. 8- III "E's"-Silver Lamps Cooper, Nora .. .,..,..,,. .,,.... 3 - Dohrmann, Philippina .,..... 3- Fleet, Philip ....... ...... . ,4- Friss, Richard ............ ..... 5 - Gill, Frank ..... .,,..... 6 - Lee, Betty ......,... ....... 6 - Moore, Dona ,....,.,. Oelkers, Laverne ..... Olsen, Delores ...... ., ,... ,3 . .,... 5 Poli, Ida .,.. ..,,.. ...,,.. 7 Siering, Jean ..,,.... .. ...... , 6 Swaw, Reba ., ,. ..,...,. 4 Tettenhorst, Rodney Weipert, Larraine ,. 8 Il "Els"-Owl Pin Ancona, Joe ,.....,,,.,..,,.,...,. 4- Friss, Georgia ,... ...... 2 - George, Audrey ...... ,.4- Kieffer. Doris ....,. ...,.,., 2 - Leong, Eddie ,, Malon, Delores .,.. 64 Manic, Jeanette Meyer, Delores ,..., Moore, Donna ..,,. Rogers, Patricia Smoot, Ruth ....,.. Struckhofl. Roy Taylor, Patricia I frE,S,1 Becker, Hoyce Claus, Donald Coulson, Richard Doggett, Robert Franczak, Jack ..... Guth, 'William ..... Harris, Donald I-Ierndon, Pat ..,., James, Earl ..,...... Knapp, Richard Kopp, Thomas Leong, Mabel ,. , McAninch, Betty Melton, David ..... Moeller, Marcella Molkenbur, Ruth Shaffer, Betty Shone, George Owl Pin 2-14 2- 2 3-19 2- 4 6-23 Sr.Gr 3- 8 2-19 4-11 3-19 2-37 2- 4 3- 8 2-22 6-21 3-26 6-21 3-20 F4 8- O 2-I0 F4 7-16 8-29 3-29 and the Owls SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS JANUARY, 1948 Gill, Frieda ......, ....... VII1"E's" Buzzota, Vito ...,....,. Schulze. Glen . ,,,.. VII "Es" Brock, Merlee .... Koenig, Kathryn , Kogut,Mar1e... Schneider, Dorothy ,, ,... Vi "E's" Lobsinger. Ralph ..,...... .. Schultz, Ruth , Tamalis, Lillian .. ,, . V 4'E's" Shrum, Ethel .. ....... .. IV "'E's" Dohrmann, Philippina Fleet, Philip .. ,......,.,,., ., Friss, Richard ...,, Gill. Frank . , Moore, Donna . . Olsen, Dolores ..,,.. Sfanflll, Jean ..,...,... Svoboda, Arleen ,...., ....i. Swaw, Reba ,........,.....,,,... Tettenhorst, Rodney Weipert, Lorraine ,, III "E's Friss, Georgia ..,,.... Kieffer, Doris .... .... . , ,.,. .. Malon, Dolores Meyer, Dolores Rogers, Patricia Smoot, Ruth ...... Taylor, Patricia II Coulson, Richard ..,. .. Decker, Dolly .. ,.,, .. Donahue, Barbara Franczak, Jack .,,. Garver, Melba ,... Guth, Willia rn ,..... Leier, Katherine ..... Milonski, Felicia ,.... Moeller, Marcella ..... Molkenbur, Ruth ..., Rudolph, Joan ..... MISS MARTINI, Sponsor Rutledge, June .... Sandefer, Irline ,... Schuif, Charles .... Stoving, Shirley .....,. I "Es" Acord, Betty ....,........,. . Allison, Joan .......,...... ...... Asimakopoulos, Despina Begley, Marguerite ...,,...,.... Binsbacher, Jack ..,.. .. , Chung, Louise . ,... ..,. . Flowers, Dolores .. .. Garrett, Jimmy ,,.. Gehrs, Shirley .... Guittar, Shirley . ,. Harbin, Robert Kogut, Betty ...., ....... Lange, Paul . , Petri, Robert ..... ....... Rios, Dona ..,... ,.. ,. Schopfer, Marian ......... Taylor, Mary ......,......,..... Harvard Book Aw Robert Schmitt FIRST Row: Irline Sandefer, Frieda Gill, Dolores Flowers, Shirley Guittar, Mabel Leong, Marcella Moeller, Dona Rios, Louise Chung, Robert Petrie. SECOND Row: Mary Taylor, Dolly Decker, Joyce Becker, Felicia Milonski, Jeannette Manic, Marguerite Bagley, Joan Allison, Betty Kogut, Marian Schopfer. HHIRD ROW: Robert Doggett, Despina Asima- kopoulos, Pat Herndon. June Rutledge, Patricia Rogers, Georgia Friss, Katherine Leier, Melba Garvey, Jack Franczak. R' d K RA h d C l Th K Edd' L Shil G hs Sh'rle Stovin Joe FOURTH ROW: ichar napp, ic ar ou son, omas opp, ie eong. rene e r. i y g, Ancona, Donald Claus, Charles Schuif. FIFTH ROW: George Shone, Robert Harbin, Bill Guth, Pat Tayylor. Betty Acord, Jim Garrett, Paul Lange. Joseph Schmich, Jack Binsbacher. l ard 5-ll 6- 3 2-22 3-I3 2- O F8 4-25 F6 F8 F7 F8 2-20 3-28 F4 F2 4- 0 F6 7- l F7 2- l 6-29 F2 l -S . L, , 65 FIRST ROW: Miss Miller, Bette Dixon, Kathryn Koenig, Marian Sullivan, Marie Kogut, Jean Stanfill, Dorothy Schnei- de-r, Loretta McCracken, Lillian Tamalis, Shirley Ellis. SECOND ROW: Jeannine Freebersyser, Ruth Smoot, Irline Sandefer, Merlee Brock, Katherine Centunzi, Maritta Brigulio, Anna Centunzi, Dara Kelleher, Pat Herndon, Joan Sicring, THIRD ROW: Jean Siering, Arlynn Utnage, Arleen Svoboda, June Rutledge, Reba, Swaw, Evelyn Fabian, Betty Pillman, Marion Roesberg. Ruth Oberbeck, Barbara Donahue, June Potts, Mary Lou I-Iaub. Teliesis Junior Toastmistress Club, No. FIRST TERM JEAN STANFILL . MARIE KOGUT . . . DOROTPIY SCHNEIDER MARIAN SUIILIVAN . MISS MILLER, Sponsor OFFICERS . . President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Trcczsurer . SECOND TERM NIARIE KOGUT JEAN SIERING IVIARIAN SULLIVAN LILLIAN TAMALIS Telesis Junior Toastmistress Club, No. MISS MILLER, Sponsor FIRST TERM SECOND TERM MARY HODGE . . . . . President . . MARY HODGE LAVERNE OELKERS . . Vice-President . . ARLENE DODE GWEN GLANCY . . S6CF8IC1r'y . DOLORES IVIALON LOIS I-IAGAN . , Treasurer . . EDNA SCI-IWARTZ FIRST ROW: Pat Thorpe, Harriet Lueking, June Marten, Laverne Oelkers, Mary Hodge, Lo-is Hagan, Gwen- Clancy. Dolores Malon, Miss Miller. SECOND ROW: Lily Chung, Nancy Stanley, Beth Houdyshell, Marian Schopfer, Rita Jezik, Betty McWhorter, Roberta Sutherlin, Charlene Mantel, Arline Wallis. THIRD ROW: Philippinn Dohrmann, Edna Schwartz, Arlene Dode, Despina Asimakopoulos, Gladys Albrecht, Dolores Olsen, Darlene Chiristian. Rosalie Mercurio, Norma Lewis. 1 , I " of K N un...-as El eco de Espana p y FIRST TERM FIRST ROW: Josephine Rimini, Margaret DeSimone, Arlynn Utnage, Ida Poli, Bill Guth, Harry Simpson, Mary Mitchell. SECOND ROWi Laverne Oelkers, George Thomas, Marian Schopfer, Lorraine Lee, Irline Sandefer, Dolores Malon, Pat Thorpe. THIRD ROW: Carroll Crane, Loretta McCracken, Bonnie Heidemann, Dolores Martin, Dolores Olsen. Lorraine Morrison, Melba Singleton, Arlene Dode. FOURTH Row: Emil Grega. Ray Snyder, Mcrlee Brock, Robert Baitinger, Robert Abshier, MISS KRAMER, Sponsor OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM HARRY SIMPSON . . . President . . . ROBERT HARBIN BILL GUTH . . Vice-Pfesidem . . KATHRYN KOENIG IDA POLI , . . . . . . . Secretary ....... MELBA GARVEY ARLYNN UTNAGE ....,... Treasurer ....... EELICIA M1LoNsK1 EI eco de Espana is a Spanish 4 club period a Week in class time. Only Spanish which has as its members all the students in may be spoken during club meetings. Spanish 4. The meetings are carried on one SECOND TERM FIRST ROW: Charlene Mantei, Arline VValIis, Melba Garvey, Robert Harbin, Kathryn Koenig. Felicia Milonski, Doris Kieffer, Carolyn Gibbs. SECOND Row: Ruth Jones, Joyce Wackenheim, Betty Vogelpohl, Caroline Krail, Rowena DeVinney, Dorotha Moore, Dorothy Tidwell, THIRD ROW: Donald Harris. John Malone, Jack Ryan, Fred Wappel. Savina Douglas, .Ioan Mohl, Miss Kramer. FOURTH Row: Richard Friss, George Bruenning, Bill Palmer. X I , - A x -M " 67 .lunior Toastmasters' Club FIRST Row: Ron Peper, Robert Sootsy Ehrhardt Lange, Ted Nanney, Harry Drager. Clarence Keitel. SECOND Row: Mr. Davis, Gregory Marter, Robert Muelken, Thomas Million, Erwin Klug. THIRD Row: Denvy Sayles, Charles Evans, Fred Chapman. Bob Sandcork, Bill Palmer. MR. DAVIS, Sponsor FIRST TERM QFFICERS TED NANNEY . , . . President . . HARRY DRAGER . . Vice-President . ERHART LANGE , . . Secretary . , BOB SANDCORK , . . . Assistant Secretary T h e l. i lb r a r y MRS. FORD, Sponsor FIRST TERM QFFICERS NORMA LEWIS . . . . . President . EVELYN XVILLIAMS . . Vice-President . NADINE DAVIS . . . Secreiary . . LAWRENCE PAPPERT . .,,.. Treasurer . . SECOND TERM . GREGORY MARTER . ERWIN KLUG , ROBERT SCI-IMITT TED NANNEY Club SECOND TERM . . ELLIE DOLLINS , PAT EILERMAN . . MARION BATHE NORMA Ross FIRST Row: Rita Jezlik, June Georgie. Norma Lewis, Iris Basham, M1ry Sciaramitaro, Jeanette Cupp, Normi ROSS. SECOND ROW: Mabel4Thomas, Evelyn Flinn, Shirley Wallace, Mrs. Ford, Pat Lawless, Nadine Davis, Patsy Eilerman, Marion Bathe, Marilyn Gruetzemacher. THIRD Row: James Busby. Roy Mayfield. Eugene Calvert, Lawrence Pappert. 68 The Roller Slcating Club FIRST ROW: Loma Temke, Rosemary Saunders, Rose Marie Calvert, Jacqueline Tourville, Marie' Combs, Jacqueline Ramstine, Russell Wallis, SECOND Row: Carol Rush, Marylea Brown. Ted Block, Ralph Bradshaw, Elmer Fannon, Doris McMahan, Gloria Horton. THIRD Row: June Georgie, Audrey Reynolds, Betty Davis, Jesse Walker, Betty FIotron, Frances Munzer, Peggy Whtson. FOURTH Row: Bob Brooks, Garnett Olms, Reginald Kief, Bob Henslee, Robert Hicks, Fred Berfoden, Jerry Thompson. FIFTH Row: Jo Ann Cowan, Betty Stoffel. MISS SCHONHORST, Sponsor OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM JUNE GEORGIE . . . Preslidefll' . . . . JUNE GEORGIE FRED WERNER Sccretary-Treasurer . JUNE GEORGIE Horticulture Club MR. HIBBERT, Sponsor FIRST Row: Gloria Stufflebean. Mary Alfano. Lamoyne Grimm, SECOND! Row: Ralph Kirkhart, Marietta Brigulio. Joyce Fitch, Donald Allen, Augusta Fain, Robert Suedmeyer, Bob Beauer. THIRD ROW: Billie Wainscott, Mary Ann Parmeley. Donald Petty, Loretta Jones, Patricia Rogers, FOURTH ROW: Charles Died-rich, Mr. Vertrees. FIFTH ROW: Mr. Svoboda. SIXTH Row: Mr, Rudy, Mr. Alexander, Mr. Hibhert, Mr. Baluka. SEVENTH ROW: Charles Plagsrerr. 69 The Stamp Club FIRST ROW1 Ralph Kirkhart, John Mattler, Robert Hathaway, Vs'illiam Tamalis, Daniel Schneider. SECOND Row: James Patterson, XVallace Gundlach, Gregory Marter, Erwin Klug. MISS HIGGINBOTHAM, Sponsor The Central High School Stamp Club president, and Erwin Klug as secretary. The met every other Tuesday during the first club was disbanded at the end of the first term. Due to the absence of the elected presi- term because of the sponsors having a leave dent and the secretary because of the particif of absence from school for the second term. pation in athletics, Gregory Matter served as Central Chapter ol Distributive Clubs ol America MISS MUTSHNICK, Sponsor OFFICERS OF SECOND TERM President . . . HELEN JOHNKOSKI Secretary ,... GWEN GLANCY Vice-President . , BETTIE MOORE Treasurer .... JEANETTE SAYLES Reporter ...,. BETTIE FLORSEK FIRST ROW: Rosemary Molloy, Bettie Florsek. Helen Johnkoski, Helen McManaway, Pauline West, Bettie Moore. SECOND ROW: Ted DeZutter. Laurel Bush, Bob Brooks, Hank Kessler, Jeanette Sayles, Jetty Emmons. THIRD ROW: Everett Vfilleford, Lorine Cuerrant, Gwen Glancy. Marge Fenimore. Frank Bonuso, Miss Murshnick. 70 Central Knitters MISS SCI-IONHORST, Sponsor FIRST ROW: June Georgie, Shirley Ann Null, Shirley Stephens Catherine Marzuco, Nicki Kolocotronir. SECOND ROW: Kithlyn XVil liamx, Miss Schonhorst, Nadine Davis, OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND' TERM Nicki KOLOCOTRONIS . . President . . NLCKI KOLOCOTRONIS SHIRLEY NULL . . . Secretary . . SHIRLEY NULL Allied Youth MISS SCHLUTIUS and MISS KNOERNSCHILD. Sponsors OFFICERS OF SECOND TERM President ...... GEORGIA FRISS Vice-President . . MARY HODGE SGCFQIGFIJ . . DOROTHY WITTKOETTER Treasurer ...,,. CONRAD NICKS FIRST ROW: Dot Xyirtkoetter. Mary Jo Spring, Mary Hodge, David Jones, Thomas Mercurio, Fay Bradford, Marcella Moeller. SECOND Row: Gerry I-Ieuermann, Loretta Lamb, Lamoyne Grimm, Arlene Sidenberg, Laverne Oelkers, Georgia Friss. THIRD Row: Miss Schlutius. Ray Hemmersmeier, Fred Bevloden. Lester Curless. Darlene Christian, Pat Taylor, Miss Knoernschilcl. FOURTH Row: Mr, Svoboda, Mr. Alexander, Conrad Nicks, Jesse XValker. Little Theater Group -H MISS PIERCE, Sponsor FIRST TERM SECOND TERM CAROL CRANE . . . ..... Chairman .... . . LAVERNE OELKERS FIRST Row: Laverne Oelkers, Norma Leinis, Ruth Jones, Charlene Mantel, Arline Wallis, Marian Francois, Merlee Brock, Philippina Dohrmann, SECOND ROW: Eugene Burroughs. Don Beveridge, Richard Heber, Dara Kelleher. June Marten, Nadine Davis. Carroll Crane, Arlene Dode, Ron Pcper, Thomas Million. L,-,J offzam, I A, , , 1' ALBERTPIS BEAUTY SHOP B A R T t t CARMODY 1316 BENTON STREET Grand and Barrett CE1-mal 4179 RS iff - , - Rl, .5 " - .i ' I - k. 4 , is! 1 1' ..., li 5 LO a Q 4 p r Q2 ' ' E AEN .- ' N' 55 2351 f 7 E , . V nllb 2 "'. -I41 I " f N V'A- ' . A V M 'Q 5- , Y t A . AV"r Eeiijie, t I P?f""'x V J . 3 . -W A .V, P 0 rt 6 G ,MM ! , W 'fs fy, ,. ,y 5, V fi L .F K QQQ, Owwaotw . "Mtg OO ,Q A . ,lik i Za X x Q fa ,.- is A V- xx. i:xV"QNJ'lf, . C H en. -,... h ily, dfl, . , I ' 1 W 4 9 f?::a. , 1 3,45 I -'A' 4h V ZI P, .1 73 .A.A Carole Dietzel, Rosemary Saunders, Elva Kolocotronis, Frieda Gill. Barbara McFerron, Bettylliogut, Bonnie Aaron. Irene Rosse. Rosemary Connelly, June Graham, Frances Munzer, l.illian Dczuttcr, Pat Staton, Joyce Becker, Edna Schwartz, Jacqueline Schmitt, Velma Boyd, Bonnie l-leidcmann, Mabel Thomas, Shirley XVallace, Doris Anderson, Ruth Schultz, Iola Farmer, Betty Davis. Nellie Dollins, Ellie Dollins. Jeanette Cupp, Dorothy Musick, Twila Penrod. Augusta Fain, Shirley Streb, Velma Dollins. MISS AMEND, Sponsor OFFICERS FOR UPPER TERMERS SECOND' TERM FIRST TERM DOLORES TUCKER . . Pl'8Sl'd2f7l' . . . DOLORES TUCKER ARLENE SVOBODA . . Vice-Presiderzt . . ARLENE SVOBODA LILLIAN TAMALIS . . Secretary . . GWENDOLYN COFFEY RUTH SCI-IULZ . . Treasurer . . MARGARET SCHULZE The G. A. A. is one of the outstanding organizations at Central. 1t is sponsored by Miss Amend, for the upper termers, and Miss Knoernschild, for the lower termers. The business meetings are held twice weekly. This club is for all girls interested in sports. The sports are basketball, volleyball, soccer, speedball, and softball, which are played in tournament style. Each member works toward the G. A. A. awards. The first award of the chevron is given for 600 pointsg the letter for 1200 pointsg and the G. A. A. pin for 1800 points. The state letter is given for 1000 points, including swimming, posture, schol- arship, and athletic ability. ctivities Rose Marie Clavert, Shirley Grittar, Gloria Stufllebean, Carley Cox, Dolores Flowers, Norma Enos, Marjorie Jernigan, Margaret Schulze. June Gibson, Bonnie Doser, Alta Miller, Audrey Burger, Bobbie Minton. Gladys Lackey, Shirley Bomerschein, Alice Cox. Toni Dattila. Josephine Zuniga, Arleen Svoboda, Dolores Tucker, Patricia Schumaker, Mary. Ellen Jackels. Joan Rudolph, Jean Leahy, June Marten, Dolores Malon, Dorothy Hyde, Marilyn Mueller, Arlene Kurz, Mary Ann Johanningmeier, Lillian Tamalis, Marie Laskowitz, Evelyn Flinn, Carleen Jarvis, Helen Nlowery. Nadine Davis, Marion Sullivan, Leodrie Kalz, Doris Kreutzman. MISS KNOERNSCHILD, Sponsor OFFICERS FOR I.OWER TERMERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM JEAN LEAHY . . . President . , BETTY KOGUT BOBBIE MINTON . . Vice-Preslident . . GLORIA STUFFLEBEAN FRANCES MUNZER . . SeCrefat'y . . SHIRLEY GUITTAR LEODRIE KALZ . . Treasurer. . , VELMA DOLLINS Other activities are the girls' tumbling class and the dancing class. The Junior G. A. A. started off this year with basket- ball and volleyball, followed by a tourna- ment of table tennis. The members, through competitive play, acquire good sportsmanship, loyalty, co- operation, clean, fair play, and knowledge that will remain with them throughout their future years. The Football Team MR. INGERSON. Coach FIRST Row: Vklarren Kiefer, Fred Koenig, Ralph Herr, Bob Davis, Ted Nanney, Jack Collins, Forest Wunderlich, Harry Drager, Jim Pendleton. SECOND Row: Bill Lawyer, George Foreman, Arthur Lohmeyer, Melvin Florkowski, Richard Graham, Frank Fuerst, Dale Young, George Csolak, Roger l-libbits, THIRD ROW: Norman Hagan, John Wolf, Arthur McFerron, Lou Aiello, Louis Csolak, Joe Badalameriti. Don Fritz, Don Anton, Dave Hall, Fred Wappel, Jim Csolak. FOURTH ROW: David Miller, Jesse Mayberry, Herbert Garsrang, James Schulte, Central, well equipped with manpower, opened its season against St. Charles. The Central team played as one, and easily de- feated them by the score of 31-6. The following week Central met St. Mary's and fought a tough and rugged bat- tle throughout the game. Due to the errors of the Redwings, the South Siders won, 12-8. The next Friday Central met McBride. Again errors proved fatal, and we lost, 12-6. Central had the stronger' team, but they had all the luck against them. Central had an open date the following week, and had plenty of time to warm up for their first league game against the neigh- boring foe, Beaumont. Central took the Held in good stride, and continued to do so the whole Hrst half, which was in our favor, 7-6. At the end of the third quarter Central fum- bled a punt on its one-yard line, and Beau- mont recovered for a touchdown. This made the score 12-7 in Beaumont's favor. The following week Central met the Mc- Kinley Goldbugs on a wet and muddy Held. The first half ended with the score tied, 6-6, the ball going back and forth. Coming out in the second half, Central on a fullback re- verse ran for a touchdown on the first play. Soon afterwards McKinley scored, tieing it up, Later each team scored again, with the ball changing hands many times. The game ended as a tie, 13-13. The following week we met the South- west Longhorns. Central seemed to be picked for a muddy field, as every game following was played on a muddy field. Central showed fight the nrst part of the game, but injuries to players had weakened the team, which lost, 13-7. The next week the Central gridders met up with the powerful Cleveland eleven, which took advantage of our mistakes and beat Cen- tral 39-O. The following week Central met Soldan. It was a hard-fought game in the mud, but Soldan was victor, 18-6. Our last league game was played against the Roosevelt Roughriders. It was the most thrilling game the Central followers had wit- nessed. Roosevelt was the first to score, and scored once more before Central began to fight. The half-time score was 12-6. ln the second half Roosevelt caught Central be- hind the goal line twice for four more points, which made it 16-6, In the fourth quarter the spirited Central made the breaks count, and came back to score 13 points, winning the game 19-16. NON-LEAGUE GAMES Central ....... 31 St. Charles Central ,,...... 6 St. Mary . Central .. ,. . 6 McBride LEAGUE GAMES Central ....... 7 Beaumont Central . ..... 13 McKinley . Central ........ 6 Southwest Central . .... .. 0 Cleveland . Central .. ...... 6 Soldan Central ..,. .... 1 9 Roosevelt . League games: Won 1, lost 5, tied 1. Non-league games: Won l, lost 2, tied none The Basketball Team MR. BRADBURN, Coach FIRST Row: Rudy Schildroth, Harold Maul, William Sanford, Al Mirth, Bill Skewes, Leo Cnradonna. SECOND ROW: Jim XVood, XVillard Lee, David Lee, XVallace Gundlach. John Ellis, Frank Mirth. THIRD ROW: Vincent Feigenbutz, Melvin Anderson, Richard Graham, Charlie Smith. Thomas Kopp, Douglas Werle, Donald Mirth. FOURTH Row: Richard Murphy, Clem Housam, Richard Rankin, Bill Albers, Fred Frischman, Gilbert Garcia. Despite fielding a small team, Central fashioned a 5-3 record with league foes to finish in fourth place in the strong Public League. The first three teams in the stand- ings were Beaumont, Cleveland, and South- west, which also ranked No. 1, 2, and 3, re- spectively, in the district. Cln the over-all season the Redwings carved out eight vic- tories and dropped l3.D First game of the season was a non-league affair with McBride, who became Prep League champions, downing the Wings 40 to 26. Bouncing back from the defeat, the Redwings nipped St. Mary's 36 to 34. In the first league game, Bill Skewes and Harold Maul teamed in leading the team to a 46-31 victory over Soldan. Skewes sank 13 points, and Maul counted for one less. An early lead, built to 12-5 at the Hrst quar- ter, gave the Wings a lead they never relin- quished. The Redwings then invaded the strong St. Louis U. High court and dropped a close 36-39 verdict. Coach Bradburn's charges held a 30-26 lead at the three-quarter mark: and, after leading throughout the game, saw a last-minute flurry by the Dauphins cause a defeat for the Public League team. McKinley felt the sting of the Redwings in the next league game, 53 to 41, as Maul and Skewes combined to sink 13 points each for top scoring honors. Al Mirth counted for nine points. A non-league game with Beaumont resulted in defeat, 67 to 37, after the Wings held even in the first half with the defending state champions. The Normandy Christmas tournament followed, with the Wings dropping a last- minute 38-to-36 game to the host team. Skewes led the scoring with seven field goals and three charity tosses for 17 points. The Wings held a lead throughout most of the game and led at the half, 20-17. After suffering a loss in the first round at Normandy, the Redwings went on with two victories in the consolation bracket before bowing in the playoff game for third place to Hancock. Bismarck fell before Central, 71 to 38, highest scoring mark for the tour- nament: and Lutheran went down 48 to 30. Ritenour was the next opponent in a non- league game, and once again the fourth-quar- ter iinx caught up with the Wings. Leading at the end of three-quarters by a 23-15 score, the Redwings fell 33-32. Two league games saw Central drop be- fore Southwest 36-47 and speed past Hadley 60-20. Maul was the big gun for Central against Hadley, scoring 20 points. Al Mirth followed with 14. LETTERMEN Willard Lee Leo Caradonna Rudy Shildroth Alfred Mirth Mgr. Jim Wood NVm. Skewes Wm. Sanford Harry Thompson Frank Mirth Harold Maul The Tennis Team MR. GUNDLACH, Sponsor FIRST Rowi Gregory Marter, Benny Sobieraj, Wallace Gundlach. SECOND Row: Jim NVood. Earl James, Bill Ritter, Joseph Schmich. The Central racquet men, after an impres- sive start in the 1947 season, fought to a fifth-place ending in the interscholastic league. Under the guidance of Coach Gundlach and Captain Sobieraj the Central men racked up a total of l8 wins out of 35 contests. Central produced the best first and second singles in the area in the persons of Benny Sobieraj and Wallace Gundlach II. In the second practice game of the season Central took, after a hard-fought battle, the matches with University City High. The final score was 3-2. This represented the first victory of the season as the first contest was a tie with Granite Cityg however, in a second contest with University City the Cen- tral men minus Captain Sobieraj dropped it to the score of 5-0. LETTERMEN Wallace Gundlach Bill Ritter Benny Sobieraj Earl James Wilbert Capehart Joe Smich Gregory Marter T li e G o l f C l u h MR. VERTREES, Sponsor OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM TERRY SUTTON . . . . Pl'0Sl't1'6nf . . . . RONALD CONROY EDDIE DUCKWORTH . . Vice-President . . . ELDON LEACH ' ERWIN KLUG . . . . . SOCVE?TCIl'y . . . . TERRY SUTTON ERWIN KLUG ...,. ,... T reasurer ........ The Central High Golf Club meets once a week as a club, followed by practice in the gym or out at Forest Park, weather permit- ting. Through club activities, training is given in golf which it is hoped will qualify them to represent Central on the golf team. GEORGE SCHEIG We made a good start this year and have sev- eral first and second termers who are making good progress. We have played two matches to date, winning from Southwest 4-2 and losing to Beaumont 6-O. The Swimming Team MR. DE PILIO, Coach FIRST Row: Russell Eaves, Jim Pendleton, James Riebling, Dwight Russnogle, Eddie Windisvh, Clarence Bruce. SECOND Row: Leslie Thurston. Billy Nelson. Herbert Garstang, Robert Temme, Frank Stager, Gerald Creahan. Bill Guth. THIRD Row: Glen Gower. Merrel Michelswirth, Frank Gill, Harry Drager, Fred Chapman, Earl James, Coach DeFilio. Central had a large team this year, con- sisting of eighteen members. Those receiving letters were Pendleton, Chapman, Riebeling, Thurston, Creahan, Drager, Eaves, Guth, Bruce, Gill, Windish, and Temme. The high scorer for the team Was James Pendleton with 46 7,fl2 points. Second-place honors went to Chapman with 31 points, The season finished with the Redwings Winning five, losing five, and tieing one. In the Public School League dual meets Central tied for fourth, and took fourth inthe relays. The Redwings came in sixth in the district, and in the state meet came in eighth. MR, VERTREES, Coach FIRST Row: Richard Borthick, Eldon Leach, Ronald Conroy. George Scheig. SECOND ROW: Mr. Vertrees, Gerald Mann, Carl Bishop, Terry Sutton, Erwin Klug, Richard Hannahan, Edward Patzer. A4 Baseball, 1947 FIRST Row: Melvin Anderson, Elmer Roberts. Jim Brislane. Harlan Murray, Ralph Herr, Don Kopfensteiner, Leo Cara- donna. Leon Heincker. Jack Humphreys. SECOND ROW: XVayne Lemen, Jack Howell, Edward Schaub, .lim Csolak, John Ellis, Donald Davis. Mike Thompson, Al Mirth, NYalter Holsher, Mr. Bradburn. MR. BRADBURN. Coach The Central Baseball Team went to bat in the 1947 season with a victory over the Roosevelt nine. The winning streak was one which carried until a game with South- west. The first round of the interscholastic league ended with a total of five victories out of seven. The outstanding thing about the first round was the wonderful start which the Redwings had. After inclement weather had caused the practice games to be canceled, the iirst game was an 8-1 upset. This was fol- lowed with a 10-6 score against Cleveland. Central's inability to keep in stride caused her defeat by the slim margin of 5-4 in the contest with Southwest. The effects of a late season slump and warm weather began to hamper the winning ability of the Central team in the last few games. Central won the first three games. again trouncing the Roosevelt, Southwest, and Cleveland teams. The season ended with a total of 8 vic- tories and 6 losses, with a winning percent- age of .571. In individual batting, leading was the swinging bat of Jack Howell. Second and third men in the batting standing were Rob- erts and Caradonna. BASEBALL LETTERMEN Don Kopfensteiner Ralph Herr Melvin Anderson XValter Hoelscber John Ellis Lou Csolak Jack Howell Leo Caradonna James Brisbane Harlen Murray Bill Babler Elmer Roberts Leon Heinker CCaptainD LEAGUE GAMES Team. Runs. Team. Runs. Result. Central .....,,... 8 Roosevelt .......... 1 Won Central ,... ..... 1 0 Cleveland ......,... 6 Won Central ....,..... 3 Blewett ..... ...... 2 Won Central ...,...,.. 4 Southwest ...... 5 Lost Central ...... 7 McKinley .,....,... 3 Won Central ..... ..,. 2 Beaumont ..,..,., 5 Lost Central .......... 6 Soldan ..,.........ii 2 Won Central .. .. . .. 2 Roosevelt .....i. ...0 Won Central ....,..... 2 Southwest ....,.. 0 Won Central ..,....... 12 Cleveland ...,.i,.,. 7 Won Central .. ....... 5 Blewett ,... ..,.. 6 Lost Central ...... . 1 McKinley .,.,...... 6 Lost Central ...... 0 Soldan ...... ..,.. 1 Lost Central ..,....r., 4 Beaumont ..,..... 5 Isost INDIVIDUAL BATTING RECORDS Player. Games. AB. Hits. Runs. Average Howell .,... ,..... 1 3 34 13 11 .382 Leman ....... 3 3 l 0 .3 3 3 Roberts ..... 14 44 14 13 ,318 Caradonna 14 42 13 9 ,310 Ellis .....,.. 6 10 3 2 ,300 Gabler ....... 14 45 ll 7 ,244 Heinker .....,. 13 30 7 1 ,233 Kopfensteiner .. 12 25 5 6 ,200 Nlurray ....... 14 48 9 8 .188 Brislane .... 12 30 5 4 ,167 Anderson ..... .... 4 7 1 1 -143 Herr ..,..... ....,.. l 2 3 2 3 3 .O 94 INDIVIDUAL PITCHINC RECORDS Innings Player. Games. Pitched. XVon.1.ost, PCL S-O, B-B Kopfensteiner ., 12 73 7 5 A583 54 13 Anderson ..... .. 2 23 l 1 .5 00 6 5 Track, 19 1 i FIRST ROW: Don'Fritz, Gene Schaefer, Ehrhardt Lange, Bob Nichols. Dave Hall, Joe Musick, Fred Wappel. SECOND Row: Arthur McFerron, Richard Heber. Ted Nanney, XVilliam Sanford, Lou Aiello, Don Anton, Paul Bono, Clarence Bruce. THIRD Row: Mr. Miller. Arthur Reckext, Fred Chapman, Hairy Drager, Frank Fuerst, Bob Sanclcork, Glen Schulze, Mr. Ingerson, MR. MILLER and MR. INGERSON, Coaches The Central Track Stars concluded one of their best seasons and finished sixth in the 37th annual Field Day meet. High scorer in the senior division for the season was Harry Drager with 86 points, followed by Roth, 55 M, and Aiello, 46 points. In the Field Day contest, Central totaled 35 l,f'5 points, barely dropping iifth place to Blewett. Jack Howell, who, incidentally, took third place in the state meet, cinched the broad-jump title with a leap of 21 feet. In the medley-relay team, consisting of Bryan Roth, Harry Drager, Rich Thurston, and Ted Nanney, the Central team took fifth. The senior division totaled 21 lf5 points as against 14 for the juniors. In the junior division Don Fritz took second in the l2O- yard low hurdles, while Don Anton managed a Hfth in the same event. One of the best days a-field in the season was the May l2th meet. In the first Quad meet on May 12, the Central team over- whelmed its opponents by taking I8 of 23 events. LETTERMEN Pts. Drager .... ..... 8 6 Roth ...... ........ 5 5 M, Aiello .... .,...,,. 4 6 Bruce 3 8 M Anton .... ...., 3 8 Fritz ...... ...,.... 3 5 M Nanney ...,. ........ 2 7 PM Sanford ,..., ...,.... 2 7 Hessler ,.., .. ..... 25 -M Chapman 21 M Schoeffer 20 Howell ..... ...., l 9 Lange .....l9 Schulze .. ..... I4 Fuerst .... ,..., l l Thomas .. ..,., I l Thurston lO M, Wappel ...., ..... 9 M Collins ....... ..... 8 M, Russo .... ..... 8 Mohl ...... ...... 5 NON-LETTERMEN A Pts. Badalamenti 2 M Reckert .....,... ...... 3 Nichols 2 M Smith .,.,. 2 Miller .. 2 Carter .. l Z Jose ...i.. l Phone. GArfield 2 9 4 5 W '55 E Hardware and Linoleum 1948 St. Louis Ave., St. Louis 6, Mo. Glidden Paints . Glass Gold Seal and Armstrong Floor Covering COMPLETE LINE of HARDWARE Cleaning-We Make It Look Like New MONEY SAVED FAST SERVICE Bates Shoe Repair and Cleaning System Finest Grade Materials . . . 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