Central High School - Red and Black Yearbook (St Louis, MO)
- Class of 1951
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CENTRAL HIGII SUHUAIL
This volume of the RED AND BLACK is dedicated to the
Central men and women who served their country and the
United Nations in the Korean crisis.
Mr. Alexander and Frieda Gill displaying the Design for the
Korean War Service Roll.
PFC. FRED G. BEVFODEN
Pfc. Fred G. Bevfoden was a member of the USM
CR "E" Co., 7th Regiment, lst Bn., lst Marine
Division. After eight weeks of Boot Training at
Camp Pendleton, California, Fred left in late
September, 1950, for a further three weeks' train-
ing period in Japan before going to Korea. It was
on November 28, 1950, at the Changjin Reservoir,
that he met death on the battlefield. From the
letter of commendation written to F'red's mother
by his superior officer, it seems clear that death
was instantaneous. He received the Purple Heart.
Fred was a Six in Central when the Korean War
broke out. Being a reserve, he had to give up
school. He would have graduated with our pres-
PFC. DONALD E. EICHSCHLAG
Pfc. Donald E. Eichschlag was connected with
the USMCH "D" Co., 7th Regiment, 2nd Bn., lst
Marine Division. He entered Boot Camp in June,
1950, left St. Louis on August 4, and met death
at the Changjin Reservoir, Yudami Hill, at 1 A.M.
on November 28, 1950. A St. Louis friend, Dan
Drew, who was with Donald in his final battle re-
ports that his death, from a head wound, was in-
stantaneous. James D. Hammond, Jr., of the 7th
Marine, 1st Division, wrote to Mrs. Eichschlagz
"Donald's integrity and devotion to duty won for
him the respect of all his comrades, particularly
in the Korean Campaign, where he paid the su-
preme sacriffce. He was awarded the Purple
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ALI. THIS AND cuxsswosx Too
By BETTY Koour
September 5: Small freshles and mlghty sentors, allke,
strolled proudly through the doors of Central to start a new
a new year of hard l?j work.
September 6: Registration Day. Oh,l 'Vhat wonderful teachers.
September 7: Teachers issued books to the students. The
September 14:Happy seniors were measured for standard
class ring. Down payments were made.
September 15: All seniors were tlnanclally embarrassed.
September 29: Everyone received the first lssue of"The
October 7: The handsome and powerful football squad o-
pened their leafue season against Roosevelt High at Pub-
llc School Stadium.
October 20: The second best day ln the lives of the sen-
tors was Color Day. The red and black ribbons floated
proudly from the suits of the boys, who were belng choked
by stlll collars and tles. The colors looked beautiful a-
gainst the whlte dresses of the limping senior girls in
their high-heels. The afternoon program was enjoyed by
all except terms one through seven.
October 24:Elght extremely happy Centralltes went home
with all "E's" on their report cards.
October 25: Twenty-five high school students of the Dis-
trlbutlve Education classes of Sprlngfleld, ll1lnols,vlstted
Central High. They were royally entertained and they had
lunch wlth the Retailing and D.E. students. They left Cen-
tral just bubbling over with knowledge.
October 26: It looked like the United Nations Building with
all the flags of the U.N. members on dlsplay. Wonderful
job done by the Art and Clothing classes ln maklng the
October 27: Central observed open house, cllmaxlng the
school's lntenslve two weeks study of the United Nations-
and we do mean intensive. A special aud program was held.
Uctober 31: Second lssue of "The News". V
October 31: You certainly dtdn't flnd any of Central's glrls,
who are all beauties, scaring people on Halloween night.
The boys may have stirred up a llttle trouble, but boys will
November 3: The flrst and very successful Football Dance
was held ln the beauttfully decorated flrst floor hall. The
lovely Football Queen, her Majesty, JoAnn Engeln, reigned
over the gala affair.
November 6: T.E. pins were sold tn advisory.
November 7: Ditto. All together 570.27 was contributed bY
Central to this worthy cause.
November 7: The voters of Missouri, Passed the Amendment
No. 1 proposal.Central's hard work was not tn valn.
November 8: The Home Economics classes and the Telesls
Jr. Toastmlstress Club at Central held a luncheon as a for-
mal openlng of the remodeled Foods and Nutrltlons Room.
Important guests were on hand to enjoy the meal prepared
ln the "face-lifted" Foods Room.
November 10: Sixteen year old Wolfgang Earnhardt of West
Berlin, Germany, gave a stlrrlng message to an interested
Central audience on the subject of communtsm and freedom.
November 11: Armtstlce Day-no hollday from school-the
eleventh fell on a Sunday.
November 16: The Central's Patron Association presented
a Minstrel Show. Much of the talent was displayed by the
students. Good joke-s and specialty numbers fllled an en-
joyable and profitable evenlng.
November 17: Central Redwlngs closed their 1950 football
November 22: Third lssue of "The News" was received.
November 23: Thanksgiving Day. We really had something
to be thankful for ...... . ...... no school.
November 24: No school. Happy Day.
December 1: Central's tall basketball team opened their
season with a non-league game with Beaumont.
December 5: Fifteen girls and one boy smiling left school
with all "E" report cards.
December B: A chimney-slider vlslted the senior party. St.
Nick himself, as well as the entire class and lt spsonsors,
enjoyed the affair at the Y,W,C.A.
December 13: The Toastmasters Club of Central sponsored
an lnterestlng panel discussion ln the aud. Students from
McKinley, Vashon, and Central participated ln the discuss-
lon on "Does The Youth of Today Consider Our Education
December 15: The New Seniors' Xmas party at the Y.W.C.A.
was a tremendous success. The boys as well as the girls
sat on Santa Claus's lap and told him what they wanted for
Christmas. A skit, games, refreshments,and singing Christ-
mas carols made the party a big hit.
December 20: Christmas celebrations at Central were start-
ed by an aud program presented by the musical groups and
December 20: F.B.l...A. held a Christmas party in B-7.
December 21: A quartet caroled at Speck's Restaurant on Lo-
December 22: Larger groups caroled at the Claridge Hotel
and later went to Station K.W.K. to make a recording of
December 22: Christmas vacation began at noon. One
whole week of loaflng.
December 22: Fourth lssue of "The News" rolled off the
December 24: Members of the Cholr caroled in the nelgh-
borhood to raise money for the Chrlstmas Carollng Asso-
ciation Fund for needy people.
December 25: Christmas Day. All Centralltes must have
been good during the year to deserve the carloads of pre-
sents they recetved from Santa Claus.
December 26: The Allied Youth Club of Central gave a
formal dance for members only at the Edgewater Club.
December 29: The Kiwanis Teen Town held a Mistletoe
Prom at the Norslde Y. Most of the huge crowd were Cen-
tralttes and three of the Prom Oueen's maids were beau-
tiful Central girls.
December 31: The end of old man '50-
January 1: A new year started and every Centralite made a
solemn promise to do homework and behave ln Class.IWho's
trylng to fool whom?l
January 2: School reopened after Christmas holidays. Ah
well, lt was too good to last. 1
January 9: Seniors started their C.W.Fl.'s. The toll ran the
second, fourth and sixth periods.
January 10: The seniors took their first, third and fifth per-
January 15: The rest of the school struggled through the
first and fourth periods C.W.H.'s.
January 16: The final exams for periods two and five were
gi' m s gil
lpnlry for Scwncu I'.1lr N1Jl'xiIlgf:lU.lI1 Up Puslvl'
C'L'.lI'lII1Q.1 Moaivl I.iv1ng Room Using Hmm- I,c l aumlxv
January 17: The last two C.W.R.'s Periods three and six.
January 19: The long-awaited Senior Prom was a huge suc-
cess. The Gold Room of the DeSoto Hotel was filled to ca-
paclty with lovely glrls fin beautiful qownsj and their es-
January 19: The last day for the seniors.
January 24: Awards eamed during term were given out at
January 24: The work of four years paid off when diplomas
were handed out to the seniors at the graduation exercises
held at Beaumont. The 165th class to graduate ,from Cen-
tral, Consisting bi 72 Students, were welcomed as new mem-
bers of the Alumni Association. The last step.
Jam-NYY 29: Again small freshies and mlghty seniors strolled
proudly through the doors of Central to start a new semester
oi hard my work.
February 9: The girls attended an interesting as well as tn-
formattve talk by Betty Cornell, one of New York's leading
models. Miss Cornell demonstrated good exercises and told
of do's and don'ts fora 'better appearance.
February 11: Central celebrated its 98th birthday.
February 11: Central was the school 'starred on The High
School Review broadcast over Station K.W.K. The program
consisted of informal talks and musical numbers.
February 12: Llncoln's birthday ........ no school . . .
February 14: A busy day for the mailman. . Valentlne's
February 14: The AlumnlAssoclatlonheld a meeting at Cen-
tral and elected new officers, selecting Robert R. Biggar
119281 as president. Fiftieth Anniversary Dtplom were
awarded to the classes of 1901.
February 21: Everyone received the first issue of "The
February 22: George Washlngton's birthday. To celebrate
the birthday of "The Father of Our Country", the doors of
Central were closed for the day. Were we sorry?
March 1: Ouchl This fatal day began the dental survey.
March 14: We enjoyed a concert by the St. Louis Symphony
even though it was held in the aud of our rivals, Beaumont.
March 15: The American Problems classes got an early
start ln belng active citizens when they acted as the jury
of Judge Calhoun's Court, as Washington University Law
March 16: The Culver-Stockton College Choir presented a
very delightful program of music from the Broadway play,
March 16:.f'The downtown Y.M.C.A. was over-run by fun lov-
lng seniors and new seniors. The classes held parties ln
different rooms, but there was much vlslting between the
two. Entertainment, dancing, and refreshments contributed
to make both parties successes.
March 202: Ten happy students received all "E's".
Mqrgh2'lg: Second issue of "The News" came off the press.
Marcl123:: Good Friday recess.
Mg,-ch25g Easter Sunday found all Centralltes bedecked ln
Mgfg1126:n! The girls and boys were tired after the Easter
holidays, but nevertheless they were happy to be back ln
Mqrch28g : The Toastmistress and Toastmasters Club held
a jolnt meeting tn B-7. Although the luncheon was attend-
ed by the Midtown Toastmasters Club, the boys and glrls
were completely at ease.
March31: Four Central students discussed the topic, "Do
We Need Strlcter Regulations for the Use of Our Highways
by the Trucking Industry" on the Jr. Town Meeting of The
Alr, over Statlon KXOK.
April3g : Members of the D.E. classes of Central attended
the convention of the Dtstrlbutlve Education Clubs of Mis-
souri at the Roosevelt Hotel.
April4: : Dtstrlbutlve Education Clubs of Missouri Conven-
April 132 : The third tssue of "The News" was enjoyed by
all of its subscribers.
April 13: . Once more the beautiful tradition of Color Day was
observed. The girls in becoming white dresses and heels,
the boys ln neat suits and ties, and all wearlng their red
and black ribbons were sorry to see the day go by so rap-
April 17:7: The Spanish classes presented a comedy which
showed many of the customs and habits peculiar to Spanish-
speaklng countries. The show commemorated the found-
ing of the Pan-American Union. All agreed that the show
was very good. Sl l
April 2051: The newly formed L.ettermen's Club sponsored a
semi-formal dance to help its treasury. A program was pre-
sented in the aud, and dancing was done ln. the first floor
hall. The evening was enjoyable and profitable.
April 25: : Open house was held for parents. Outside as well
as Central talent made up the aud program.
APYH 271 The High School Relay Carnival was held at the
Public School Staudlum.
May 2: Seniors had chest X-rays taken at the Wohl Cllnlcl
What a healthy groupl
May 7: The girls were really ln the know after watching the
fashion show ans the flood grooming cllntc ln the aud.
May 8: My, how much more beautiful the Central girls were
after the good grooming clinlcl
May 92 Little Syphonette concert by the KMOX orchestra was
greatly enjoyed, especially the many arrangements of the
old favorite "ln The Good Old Summer Time".
May 11: Fourth issue of "The News".
May13: : One of the many days never to be forgotten by the
seniors ..... their outing at Trout Lodge. How tired
and happy the seniors were.
Mqy 14: Large number of absentees among seniors.
May16: Career Day proved to be just what some Central-
ltes needed. It helped them to decide what vocation to fol-
May161i: The Band Tune-Fest was an evening filled with
May 20: The new senior outing caused tlred limbs but surely
not one of the sevens would admit that it wasn't worth lt.
The outing was held at Pere Marquette State Park.
May 23: The 'Telesls Toastmistress Club celebrated lt
birthday with a party ln B-7. Guests were on hand as a
birthday present for this outstanding organization.
May 23: "The U.S.--Us" was presented by the Choir of Cen-
tral to a packed auditorium. The solos and.qroup numbers,
as well as- the narration, created a blg hit with the audience.
May 30: Although Memorial Day was a solemn occasion, to
the studentsof Central it was a day of relaxation. No school.
June 15: The doors of "Ye Olde Alma Mater" closed for the
summer vacation. The students sorrowtully left "All This
and Classwork Too."
Home Nursing Morc of Samc
NuwMnnl1.1lf'Xrls Shop Up in H3
Ymrbook Pnslcrs An lmpcmlivc Ncuds Prujccl
A Few Pictures Gathered During
"All This and Clnsswork Too"
M950 - 1951
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Pfc. Harry P. Simpson USMC
Ward 19. USNH SMR
Camp Joseph H. Pendleton
Miss Mary L. Beck
cle Central High School
3616 Garrison Avenue
Str Louis 7, Missouri
My dear Miss Beck,
In response to your most surprising letter of
April ll, I would personally like to assure you that a great error
has been made in reporting me killed in action in Korea. My mother
forwarded the letter on te me and also told me she had telephoned
you to rectify this error. The entire extent of my injuries was
frostbitton hands and feet received while serving as a Browning
Automatic Rifleman with B Co., 1 st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment
which was one of the elements of the lst Marine Division cut off
at the Chandgen Reservoir area. Fortunately I was evacuated by air
from the town of Hagaru-ri, the first stop in the WBlccdy Retreatn
to the sea in which the lst Marine Division did not retreat but
merely 'changed the direction of the advance,u as there was more of
the Chinese Army in our rear than at our front when the orders to
pull out came.
I recovered from my injury with no serious effects and was
sent back to duty February 25 of this year. While attached to the
Military Police Company here at Camp Pendleton awaiting reassignment,
I was stricken with an eye infection for which I was again hospital-
ized . I expect to recover from this infection also without any
serious effects within the next few months and will probably receive
limited duty with the Marine Corps.
If it is at all possible, I would like very much to obtain
a copy of this coming"Red and Blackn which will contain the page
dedicated to the other three Central boys reported killed in action
in Korea. One of the boys I believe was Donald lichschlag with whom
I trained and shipped overseas with in the First Replacement Draft
out of Camp Pendleton. I may possibly have been acquainted with the
other two boys especially if they were activated with the Third Inf
fantry Battalion. Marine Corps Reserve,last July 29. If I may obtain
a copy of this yearbook, I wish you would please contact my parents
at CHestnut 4831 and they will make the necessary arrangements.
I am glad the error of the false report of my death has been
all straightened out and I wish to sincerely thank all of the Central
High Faculty and especially yon,Miss Beck and Mr. Davis for your
concern in the matter. Until I may again visit all of you at Central
High School I will remain,
Yours Yery Truly
Barry P. Simpson
MR. A. J. Svoisomx
MR. E. W. ALEXANDER
MR. W. R. LAYER
: Mr. Alexander, Miss Schroem
der, Miss Doyle, M1ssSch-
lutius, Miss Sp1aque,Mlss
Pierce, Mr. Svoboda.
Row 2: Mr.Dav1s, Mr.Prelutsky,Miss
Knoernschild, Mr. Modesitt,
Miss Kramer, Mr. Kirn.
Flow 3: Mr. Chrlstenson, Mr. Martyr,
Mr. Tennis, MT- Rudy, Mr.
Hicks, Mr .Powel1, Mr. Ver-
trees, Mr. Masson, Mr. Gund-
Mrs. Krebs, Mt. Carlisle, Mr. Hibbert
Mrs. Owen, Miss Beck, Mrs.
Finley, Miss Friedman, Mrs.
Mr. von Lehsten, Mr. Brad-
burn, Mr. Chapman, Mr.Mark-
land, Mr. DeFll1o.
LORETTO C. AMEND
MARY L.' BECK
VERNON J. BRADBURN
H. MAX CARLISLE
ELLSWORTH E. CHAPMANI
ELMER H. CHRISTENSON
English and History
ANTHONY F. DE FILIO
MARY ANGELA DOYLE
History and English
CLARA E. FINLEY
D. H. WEIR
1. S. GOCHENAUER
WILL L. SCHWER
8627 Oxford Lane
3013 Meramec Street
JAMES J. FITZGERALD
6322 S. Grand Boulevard
2006 Salisbury Street
FACULTY LIST FOR 1950-51
DOROTHY R. FORD
WALLACE G. GUNDLACH
R. W. HIBBERT
RALPH R. KIRN
THEKL A KNOERNSCHILD
LEVI HARRIS MARKL AND
History and Counseling
J. LEIGHTON MARTYR
KELVIN MASSON .
ALICE E. MILLER
CHARLES C. MODESITT
JOSEPH E. POWELL
MRS. ETHEL ROSS
CHARLES T. RUDY
Indus trial Arts
LOUISE G. SCHLUTIUS
VIOL A SCHO NHORST
Mathe matic s
ERMA SCHRO EDE R
ELSA L. SOECKNICK
ETHEL G. SPRAGUE
LYLE S. TENNIS
IESSE R. VERTREES
ARNOL D VON LEHSTEN
ROSS B. HOERNER
MARTIN F. KOURI, M.D.
EDWARD B. KOLBE
TEACHERS ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE
15.111121 s. 1vo1.ctH FLORENCE HHQGINHOTHAM
TEACHERS ON RETIREMENT
FRANCES J. MOOK
JENNY M. CROWDER
ELIZABETH G. RICE
MICHAEL W. WALKER
ST. LOUIS BOARD OE EDUCATION
J. HARRY POHLMAN
818 Olive Street
FRANK P. NAGEL
5700 Lansdowne Avenue
H. M. STOLAR
ROY V. COF FEY
EDWARD VAN LANDEGEIN
HERBERT L. MARSHALL
CHARLES W. HAWKINS
MRS. IRMA H. FRIEDE
30213 Allen Ave.
CHARLES H. ci-1R1sTEL
6334 Mardel Avenue
CHARLES H. WHITESIDE
408 Olive Street
OSCAR A. EHRHARDT
5966 Wanda Avenue
8 Washington Terrace
DR. FRANK I... WRIGHT
W. N. SELLMAN
Su SSEHEMJ :If Assistant Su erintendent of Instruction
P IN CHARGE OF COELEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS
I 1951 ALUMNI OFFICERS
President ---'--"-"-""""""" ROBERT R- BIGGAR, '23 Tfed-Wfef ................................ KWH D- BRI-NM. '34
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Vice- President ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, HENRY w. SIMPSON, '27 Recording secretary ms. MARGARET PALERMO, '21
506 Olive -- GArfield 3840 2617 St. Louis Ave. - LUCIA 4040
Vice-President ,,,,.,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, HANS WULFF, '01 Corresponding Secrelaz MRS. ESTELLE BYRNE, '39
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Vice-President -----------' LCUIS B. WACKMAN , '09 Faculty Representative ........ ,..,...VESTADAVlS, '09
GERALD 1. MANN
"Il's So Nice to Have a Manlnl amuad
President New Senior Class, '50, Pres-
ident Senior Class, '50, Baseball, '49-
'50, Letter, '49-'50, Student Council
Representative, '49-'50, Prom Commit-
tee, '51, Toastmasters No. 1, '50, News
Staff, '50, Sports Editor, '50, '48, News
LAURA MAY MILLIGAN
"When Irish Eyes Are Smiling"
Secretary News Senior Class, '50, Sec-
retary Senior Class, '50, Skating Club
'47, G. A. A., '49-50, President '49,
Bowling Club, '49-'50, President, '50,
Toastmistress No. 2, '48-'49, Secre-
tary, '49, Toastmistress No. l, '49-
'50, Vice-President, '50, Co-C-Hi,
'49-'50, Secretary, '49, Girls' Glec,
'48-'49, Vice-President, '48, Letter
'49, F. B. L. A., '50, Hi-Lo Ets, '49-
'50, RED AND BLACK Staff, '50, Stu-
dent Council Alternate, '49.
"Eyes Tbat Are Smiling"
Treasurer New Senior Class, '50, Bas-
ketball, '48-'51, Letter, '49-'50, Chair-
man Announcement Committee, News
BARBARA D. BROWN
"Sweet and Lovely"
G. A. A., '48-'51, Spanish Club, '48, El
Eco de Espana, '49, Pen Pals, '49-'50,
Toastmistress No. 2, '48-'49, Toastmis-
tress No. 1, '49-'51, Secretary, '50, Co-
C-Hi, '50-'51, F. B. L. A., '50-'51, Lit-
tle Theater Group, '50, Girls' Glee, '47-
'48, Bowling Club, '49-'50, Secretary,
'49, Treasurer, '50, Letter, '50, New
Senior Party Committee, '50, Senior Col-
or Day Committee, '50, Student Council
Representative, '50, Altemate, '50.
"Play az Simple Melody"
Committee of Twenty, '49-'51, Student
Council, '49-'50, Camera Club, '49-'50,
Horticulture Club, '49-'50, News Sales-
man, '50, Bowling Club, '49, Art Appre-
ciation '49, RED AND BLACK Sales-
MILDRED IOANN BRAWLEY
"Ain't Sbe Sweet"
Vice-President New Senior Class,'50,
Vice-President Senior Class, '50, G. A.
A., '47, Skating Club, '47, Band, '48-
'50, President, '50, News Staff, '48-
'49, News Salesman, '49, RED AND
BLACK Staff, '50, Toastmistress No. 2,
'48, Toasrmisttess No. 1, '49-51, Pres-
ident, '50, Co-C-Hi, '49-'51, Student
Council Alternate, '49, Owls, '49.
"King Size Papa"
Football, '47-'50, Letter, '49-'50, Track
'47-'50, Owls '48, Mike Club, '47-'50,
Vice-President, '47-'49, President, '48-
'50, Committee of Twenty, '48-'50, Sgt.-
at-Arms, '49, President, '50, Toastmas-
ters No. 1, '48-'50, Vice-President, '50,
Student Council, '49-'50, Treasurer Sen-
ior Class, '50, Boys' State, '50.
MARCEL LA K. MOELLER
"Because You're You"
Girls' ,Glec, '48, Choir '48, Allied
Youth, '48-'51, President, '49-'51, Stu-
dent Council, '56-'51, Mike Club, '47-
'5l, Pen Pals, '49-'51.
ROBERT S. DOGGETT
"With a Smile and a Song"
Choir, '47-150, Little Theater, '49-'50,
Central Aires, '48-'50, Student Council,
GERALDINE G. HEUERMANN
"Ob, You Beautiful Doll"
Allied Youth, '47-'48, Bowling Club,
'49, G. A. A., '48-'49, Chevron, '50,
Toastmistress No.2, '48, Toastmistress
No. 1, '49-'50, Co-C-Hi, '49-'50, News
Staff, '49"50, F. B. L. A., '49-'50,
Choir, '48-'49, Letter, '49, Girls' Glee,
'47-'48, Milte Club, '48-'49, Color Day
Committee, '50, Commencement Commit-
tee, '50, RED AND BLACK Salesman,
DONALD E, BAKER
'Thou Swellj Thou Willy"
Student Council, '40-'50, Central Forum,
'48-'51, Photograph Club, '48-'Sli Toast-
masters Club No. 1, '48-'51, President
'50, Art Appteicaticn Club, '50-'5l,
Boys' State, '50.
FRANCES PAYE MUNZI-IR
"Sing, Sweet Nigbtengaltf'
President Y Teens, '47, G. A. A., '47-'48,
Secretary, '47, Letter, '48, Gmevron, '17,
Band, '47-'49, VicePresident, '49, Treas-
urer, '48, Letter, '48, Choir, '47-'51, Let-
ter '47, Stripes, '48-'51, Treasurer, '50,
Hi-Lo-Ets, '50, Co-C-Hi, '48-'51, Secre-
tary '49, VicePresident, '50, President,
'50, Student Council Representative, '47,
Cabinet, '48, Treasurer, '50, Vice-Presi-
dent, '50, Owls, '48, Lamps, '49-'50, All
City Student Council, '50, El Eco de lis-
pana, '50, Secretary, '50, News Staff,
'48-'50, Reporter, '48, Associate Editor
'49, Editor, '50, Toastmistress No. 1, '48-
'50, President, '49, Graduation Committee
Chairman, '50, RED AND BLACK Salesman
"There Can Only Be One For Me"
Baseball, '49-'50, Letter, '50, Football,
'47-'50, Letter, '50, Basketball, '48-'49,
Track, '48, RED AND BLACK Salesman
'49, Prom Committee, '50, News Staff, '-49.
DOLORE5 IRENE FLOWERS
' 'Sentimental Ale' '
Mike Club, '49-'50, Secretary, '50, Toast-
mistress No. l, '49-'50, Allied Youth, '49,
El Eco de Espana, '48-'50, Pen Pals, '49,
F. B. I.. A,, '50, Art Appreciation Club,
'50, Co-C-Hi, '49-'50, Color Day Commit-
tee, '50, Music Appreciation, '49, Owls,
'47-'48, Lamps, '49, Choir, '47-'50, RED
AND BLACK Staff, '50, News Staff, '-19.
RED AND BLACK SALESMAN, '47, Stu-
dent Council, '47, Football, '-19.
ElLENl-. I-'Ali jI:'lTON
"With a Song in My Head"
Band, '50, Choir, '50, Little Theater, '50,
Toastmistress No. 1, '50.
PATRICK J. O'MARA
"Casey az the Bat"
Student lbuncil, '50, RED AND BLACK
Salesman, '49-'50, Baseball, '48-'50, Let-
ter, '48-'49-'50, Captain, '50, Allied Youth,
'48, Boys' Glee, '46-'47, Senior OutingCom'
ROSHMARY FAITH SAUNDERS
"Dance Ballerina, Dance"
Tumbling Club, '-57-'49, G. A. A. '47-'49,
Cheerleader, '48-'-19, Captain '50, Skating
Club. '47, Student Council Alternate '50,
News Staff, '49-'50, News Salesman. '50.
"'lbo Marvelous for Words"'
"Pretty as a Picture"
Knitting Club, '47, News Staff, '49, G. A.
A. '49, 'rumbling '48-'49s Band, '49-'50-
VINCENT R. FEIGENBUTZ
Basketball, '47-'51, Letter, '50-'51, Base-
ball, '48-'50, Letter, '49-'50, Football, '50,
Letter, '50, Senior Outing Commmee, '50,
"Tbere's u Tendef Look in Your Eyes"
"Smile, Smile, Smile"
Distributivc Education, '49-'50.
MARY ELLEN IACKELS
"Fu A11 mx Ewing Ymg CMM" 2 . , -J
Toasnnisuress, 49- 51, Little 'Fhenter
Group '50-'51: G. A. A. 548349, Distribu-
tive Education, '50-'SL
PAUL F. GALLYOUN
'Take It Easy"
Track, '49, Toastmasters, '49-'S0.
ARLENE DOLORES VEGA
"Pistol Packin' Mamma"
F. B. L. A., '50, Library Club, '48, Bowlin
Club '48, Allied Youth, '50, G. A. A., '49
Color Day Committee.
"Fine Hman Frame"
Student Council, '50, Baseball, '50, Tonsu
masters No. 1, '50, Boys' Glee Cub, '4'
IOLA FRANCES FARMER
"Stay as Swee! as You Are"
Mike Club, '48-'49-'50, G. A. A., '47-'42
CoC-Hi, '49, Tonstmistress No. 1, '49-'SC
Senior Outing Committee, '50-
ARNO HOLLING, IR.
"Tbe Music Man"
Burl, '48-'49, Distribntive Biucuion, '41
'50, Chairman Color Day Comnittee, '51
"You Ame Free"
RALPH H. BACOTT
Distributive Education Club.
MARGARET JANE MASSA
"5 Ft. 2 Eyes of Blue"
G. A. A., '47, Choir, '47-'49, Girls' Glee
'47-'49, Central Fomm, '50, F. B. L. A.,
'50-'51, Prom Committee, Allied Youth,
'50, News Staff, '49-'51.
"Dorff Fence Me ln"
Sknting Gub, '50, Dislributive Education
Club, '48-'49, Finnnce Committee.
"My Pretty Girl"
G. A. A. '47-'48' L'b Cl b, '48-
'-49, Bowling cm! 'i9fa'1?. B.uL. A.,
'49-'50, Little Tbeater Group, '50-
Color Day Afternoon Committee, 50.
"1 Wm To Be Happy"
Mike Club, '47-'48, Boys' Glee Club,
'48f'49, Libnry Club, '47-'48, Com-
mittee of Twenty, '49-'51, New Senior
Outing Committee, Senior Party Com-
MARY GLORIA CAPONE
"Them There Eyes"
Qleerlender, '48-'50, Allied Youth, '50,
Education, '49'5o, F. B. L. A., '50, G. A.
A., '47, Library Gub, '48.
TERRY A. SUTIUN
'Whistle While You Work"
Choir, '48-'51, Boys' Glee Club, '48-'50,
Golf Club, '48-'49, President, '48, Secre-
tary, '49, Toastmasters No. l, '50.
THOMAS W. BLOCK
"Doin' What Comes Naturally"
Skating Club, '49, Distributive Educltion
Club, '48-'49, Senior Finance Committee,
LAWRENCE THOMAS RYGELSKI
"I Got Rhythm"
Skating Club, '47, Central Fonxm, '48-
'49, Secretary, '48, F. B. L. A., '50-
'5l, Treasurer, '50, Prom Committee,
"You're In The Army Now"
Senior Party Committee, '50.
"I Wanna Do Homework"
EMMETT DEAN RANSOM
"Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me"
Central Forum '48-'50, Track, '48-'50,
Football, '48-'49, Committee of Twen-
t '4 ' 0 Student Council 47 Bo s'
y. 9- 5 s ' y
Glee club, '47, RED AND BLACK
Egesman, '47g News Salesman, '47
RUTH G. MOLKENBUR
"Ola, Lady Be Good"
Library Club, '47-'48, Treasurer, '48.
FRANK N. STAGER
"Funny Little Sailor Man"
Swimming Team, '47-'51, Letter, '49-
'SOQ Mike Club, Sgt-at-Arms, '48-'49g
Toastmasters Club No. 1, '49-'51, Sec-
retary, '50-'51g Chemistry Club, '50,
Senior Outing Committeeg Boys' Glee
"Pretty Baby' '
G. A. A., '47-'49, Bowling Club, '49
'50, Choir, '48-'49.
ROBERT D. COMBS
"Sometimes l'1n Happy"
Skating Club, '48, Camera Club, '49
Student Council, '46.
"Sbe's a Lady"
JAMES LEE BRITTON
"Bidin' My Time"
Football, '48-'49, Letter, '49' Trac
'-495 Distribntive Education Club, 'E
BRUCE AARON STAGER
Swimming Team, '47-'51, Letter '41
'49-'50g Track, '48g Toastmasters Clu
No. 1, '49-'51, Treasurer, Mike Clu
'48-'51, Letter, '48, Chemistry Clul
'SOQ New Senior Party Committee, Sen
ior Party Committee, Library Club, '47
News Staff, '48,
Mike Club, '47-'51, Track, '48.
"Tbere ls Nothing Like A Dame"
El Eco de Es ana 'SO' Distributive Ed-
P 1 r
ucation Club, '49-'50, News Staff, '49'
"Charley, My Boy"
"Blue Bird of Happiness"
RED AND BLACK Salesman, '47, Cen-
tral Forum-'50, Allied Youth, '49- '51,
Cnrnera Club, '49-'50, F. B. L. A., '50-
'Slg Pen Pals, 'S0.
RONALD C. FREEBERSYSER
"When Frances Dances With Me"
Art Appreciation Club, '50, Graduation
Committee, '50, New Senior Party Com-
mittee, '50, News Salesman, '49, RED
AND BLACK Salesman, '47.
ESTHER RUTH CARLTON
"You'll Never Walk Alone"
Tennis, '48-'50, Letter, '48-'50, Student
Council Representative, '49, Cabinet,
'49, Senior Finance Committee 'S0.
MABEL F. LEONG
"Dear Little Maid"
Girls' Glee, '48, Owls, '47-'48, Lamps,
'50, Co-Chairman of Cap and Gown Com-
Disrributive Education, '50-'51, Bowl-
ing C1ub,'49-'50, Basketball "B"Team
'48, Boys' Glee, '47-'48.
MARY ANNE STONE
"l Love The Guy"
Skating Club, '48, An AppreciaLion,'50
President of junior Achievement, '50,
Spanish Club, '50, Hi-Lo-Ets, '50,Choit
'50, Girls' Glee, '50.
Football, '48-'50, Letter, '50, Track,
'50, Student Council, '50, Committee
of Twenty, '49-'50, Toastmasters No. 1
'49, Co-Chairman Announcement Com-
REVIA JUANITA WALTON
Student Council, '47, Library Club, '47,
News Salesman,'47, Color Day Commit-
tee,'S0, Pen Pnls,'50, RED AND BLACK
"Music Maestro, Please"
ToastmastersNo. 1, '50-'51, Band,'48-
'51, Ir. Achievement, '48-'49-
MARIAN JOYCE SWINDELL
"Duddy's Little Girl"
Senior Girls Glee Club, '47-'48, Mike
Club, '48"50, Skating Club, '50-'51,
"He's A Right Guy"
Football, '47-'48S TYSCIK, '48-
Girls' Glee, '47-'49, Choir, '47-'49, F.
B. L. A., '49-'50, Allied Youth,'49-'50,
Att Club, '50, RED AND BLACK Sales-
man, '48, G. A. A., '48, Co-chairman
of Prom Committee,'5l, News Salesman
Spanish Club, '49-'50, Distributive Ed.
ucation Club. '49.
, .2 "
Dcsigncd bv Mrs. Mildnd Bailty Carpcmcr
IRENE FLORENCE BERNARD
"Two Big Eyes"
Bowling Club, '48-'49, President, '49,
G. A. A., '48, Pen Pals, '48-'49, F. B.
L. A., '48-'50, Little Theatre, '48.
ROY COOPER JR.
Tennis, '48, Letter, '48, Bois' Glee,
'47, Choir, '47-'49, Letter, ' 9, Horti-
culture Club, '49, Football, '47, Skat-
ing Club, '48.
Band, '47-'50, Letter, '49, Senior Party
Committee, F. B. L. A., '49.
"lf I Were King"
DONA MARIA RIOS
'The Flight Of The Bumble Bee"
Student Council, '47,Toaetmistress No
2, '48, Vice President, '48, Toastmis-
ttess No. l,'49-'50,Treasurer,'49-'50,
Co-C.Hi, '48, G. A. A., '48, Page Edi-
tor of the News,'48-'50, Junior Achievw
ment, '50, Secretary, '50, Central Foru
'49, Spanish Club, '50, Color Day Com-
mittee, Glee Club, '48, Choir, '48-'50,
Art Appreication, '50.
JOSEPH EDWIN ANTHONY LUKITSCH
Football, '49, Bnsebull, '47, News .91
1853 THE oNE HUNDRED s1xTY-FIFTH 1951
THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY TW
NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
BEAUMONT HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Gerald Mann, Class President
NATIONAL ANTHEM .....
DEMOCRACY MUST BE PRESERVED
WE WILL MEET THE CHALLENGE
THE YEAR IN RETROSPECT . . .
Iohn Stafford Smith
Emmett Ransom, Narrator
CHOIR-Recession al ....
. . DeKouen
Frances Munzer, Soloist
-Your Land and My Land .
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS
. . Romberq
fvlr. E. W. Alexander, Principal
THE CLIFFORD MARIK MEMORIAL TROPHY AWARD
BAND-f-Rournanian Rhapsody No. I .
WE IOIN THE ALUMNI
. . . Enesco
Mr. Henry W. Simpson
President, Alumni Association
ALMA 'MATER . .... . Audience
RECESSIONAI.. . ..... . Band
Gerald Mann , . President Laura Milligan . . Secretary
ames Garrett . . Treasurer
Mildred Brawley . . Vice-President I
Word: By CLARENCE STRA TTON
Tune. ' ' Annie Lyle ' '
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i ln the midst of noise and bus - tle, of the cit - 4y'n life.
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Sing our cho - run of de vo tion, Till we reld the sky,
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Hail to thee, our Al - ma Ma ter. Hail, to Cen - tnl High.
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O. to thee our Alma Mater.
Dignitied and strong, '
Now we raise our loyal voices.
Offer 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 sung our heartfelt praises
Till our days shall end.
May thy spotless reputation
All thy sons defend:
May thy walls be never weakenedf
N r th t' d'
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May the ls essings of the ages.
Rest on Central High
M 4 ""w.
Jon mmm JAMES
"For He's rt Jolly Good Fellow"
President New Senior Class, '50, Pres-
ident Senior Class, '51, Track, '49-'51,
Toastmasters No. 1, '48, Committee of
Twenty, '49-'50, Student Council Rep-
resentative, '50, Lettermen's Club, '51,
Male Chorus '49-'5l,Central Aires, '49-
'5l, Mike Club, '49-'50,
PATRICIA BARBARA CALLAHAN
"Lass With The Delicate Air"
Vice President New Senior Class, '50,
Secretary Senior Clas s, ' 5 l, Student Coun-
cil, '49-'51, Toastmistress No. 2, '49.
EUGENE G. BUSHMANN
"l Hale lo Lose You"
Football, '47-'50, Letter, '48-'50, Co-
Captain, '50, Swimming Team, '50-'51,
Letter, '50-'51, Student Council, '49-'51
President, '50-'51, Toastmasters '50-'51,
President, '51, City-Wide Student Coun-
cil Representative,'51,RED AND BLACK
Salesman, '50, News Salesman, '49-'51,
Owls, '50-'51, Representative to Boys'
State, '50, News Reporter, '51, Letter-
men's Club, '51, Vice President, '5l.
PEGGY L. WATSON
"Peg Of My Heart"
Roller Skating Club, '47-'48, St. Girls'
Glee, '48-'49, Co-C-Hi,-'50"51, Choir,
'49-'51, Letter, '50,.Stripe, '50, Owls,
'50-'50, Lamp, '51,l-li-Lo-Ets,'51, News
Staff, '51, RED AND BLACK Staff,'51
RED AND BLACK Salesman '51.
CLIF F IUENGST
Distributive Education, '50-'51, Male
Chorus, '48-'51, Choir, '50-'51, Central
Aire:,'50-'51, Color Day Commitree,'51.
JOAN CAROL ALLISON
Secretary New Senior Class, '50, Vice-
President Senior Class, '51, News Staff
'50, Toastmistress No. 2, '49, Co-C-Hi,
'49, Student Council Representative,'49,
'50, '51, Owls, '48-'49, Lamps, '50.
'A Good Man Nowadays ls HardtoFind'
.Treasurer New Senior Class, '50, Treas-
urer Senior Class, '51, Football, '48-'50
Letter, '49-'50, Co-Captain, '50, Track ,
'50-'51, Letter, '50-'51, Basketball, '49-
'50, Letter, '49-'50, Student Council,
'48-'51,President,'50,Committee of Twen
ty, '49, News Staff, '48-'50, Sports Edi-
tor, '48-'49, Editorial Board, '50, A11-
City Student Council, '50-'51, Toastmas-
ters No. 1, '49-'51, Lettermens' Club,
'51 Treasurer, '51, "Prom" Reporter,
RED AND BLACK Salesman, '47, Rep-
resentative to Boys' State, '50, Represen-
tative Elks Youth Contest, '51, Clifford
Marilt Award, '5l.
G. A. A., '47-'48, Chevron, '48, Letter,
'49, Co-C-Hi, '49-'51, Toastmistress No.
2, '49, Treasurer, '49, Toastmistress
No. 1, '50-'51, News Staff, '49-'51, As-
sistant Editor, '49, Co-Literary Editor,
'49, Editorial Board, '50-'51, Student
Council, '49-'51, Secretary, '51, "Prom"
Reporter, '50-'51, Owls, '48, Lan1ps,'49-
'Thanks For The Memories"
F. B. L. A., '47-'48,Basketball,'47-'51,
Letter '48-'49, '49-'50, '50-'51, Captain
'49-'51, Student Council Cabinet, '50,
Lettermen's Club, '51, Secretary, '51,
New Senior Party Committee, Boys'Glee
BETTY JANE KOGUT
"How Cute Can You Be"
RED AND BLACK Staff, '48-'51, Club
Editor, '50, Editor, '51, Student Coun-
cil,'48-'51, Letter, '49, Stripe, '51,Sec-
retary, '51, Co-C-Hi, '49-'51, Toastmis-
tress No. 2, '49, Toastmistress No. 1,
'50-'51, Owls, '47-'48, Lamps, '48-'50,
G. A. A., '47-'50, Chevron, '48, Letter
'49, President, '47, El Eco de Espana,
'50-'51, President, '50, Vice President
'51, Cheerleader, '50-'51, Color Day
Committee, '51, Winner of Elks Youth
Activity Contest, '51.
BILL JIM KEPPEL
"Everyday ls Ladies Day Wilb Me"
Lettermen's Club, '51, Baseball, '48-
'SIQ Sports Editor of News, '51g Chair-
man of Senior Outing Committee.
MARL EEN GLAZEBROOK
Student Council Alternate, '50, Student
Council Representative, '50-'51, Toast-
mistress No. 2, '49, Arr Appreciation,
'51, Co-C-Hi, '50-'51, RED AND BLACK
JAMES SHERRILS FERGUSON
"I Cav: Dream Can'l l"
Toastmasters Club, '50-'51.
"You Are Love"
Distributive Education Club, '50, Pen
Pals, '51, Art Appreication, '49.
"A Little Bird Told Me"
ROSE MARIE CALVERT
"My Wild Irish Rose"
Skating Club, '47, G. A. A., '47-'Slg
Chevron,'-47, Letter, '48, Pin,'49, Pres-
ident, '51, Tumbling, '47-'51, Art Appre-
ciation, '50, Choir, '48-'51, Letter, 'SOQ
Girls' Glee,'48g RED AND BLACK Staff
Basketball, '48-'Sly Baseball, '50-'51,
Lettermen's Club, '5I.
"A Pretty Girl ls Like A Melody"
G. A. A. '47-'50, F. B. L. A. '49-'51,
Color Day Committee.
"R-155019 Cowboy joe"
Cross Country Team '50, Track, '51,
Student Council,'50: Toastmasters, '49
Lettermen's Club, 'S 1.
"l Need You So"
Skating Club, '47-'48, Junior G. A. A.,
'47-'50, Senior G. A. A., '49-'50, Bowl-
ing Club, '49-'50, News Staff, '49-'51,
Associate Editor, '51, Hi-Lo-Ets, '47-
'5l, El Eco de Espana, 'SO-'Slg Choir,
'47-'51, Sr. Girls' Glee, '47-'49, Senior
Game Committee, '51, Chninnnn.
"I See Your Face before Me"
Golf Club, '50, Toastmasters, '48-'51,
Student Council, '51.
"With Ou! Your Love"
Girls' Glee, '48-'51, Horticulture Club,
'51, Co-C-Hi,'51, F. B. L. A.,'5l,Stamp
"cull Me Mme,"
RED AND BLACK Salesman, '50-'51,
News Salesman, '50-'51, El Ec, de Es-
pana, '50-'51, Mike Club, '47.
"I Ge: A Kick our Of You"
Girls' Glee, '48-'49, Choir, '51, Skating
Club, '50, News Salesman, '50-'51,
JOHN MORELLI MATTLER
"Beware My Foolish Heart"
Football, '48-'50, Letter, '49-'50, Track
'48-'49, Lettetmen's Club, '51, Color Day
Committee, '51, Senior Party Committee,
'51, Outing Committee, '51, Stamp Club,
"Dream A Little Dream Of Me"
Girls' Glee, '48, Art Appreciation, '50-
JOHN N. FRANKE
"Hey Good Lookin' "
Mike Club, '48-'50, Tennis Squad, '49-'50
"The Object of My Affection"
Toastmistress No. 2, '48-'49, Library
Club, '48-'49, Vice President, '49, Art
Appreciation, '50, Toastmistress No. 1,
'49-'51, Distributive Education Club,'50
'51, RED AND BLACK Staff, '50,
Student Council Alternate, '48-'49, Ler-
termen's Club, '51, Basketball, '46-'51,
CAROL M. RUSH
"You And Your Beautiful Eyes"
F. B. L. A., '50-'51, Central Forum '50
Allied Youth, '49-'51, Senior Girls' Glee
'48-'50, Color Day Committee,'51, Bowl-
ing Club, '50, Senior Outing Committee,
'51, E1 ECO de Espana, '50, RED AND
BLACK Staff, '51, RED AND BLACK
"Hot Rod Race"
Football, '48, Student Council Represen-
tative, '50-'51, Student Council Treas-
urer,'51, Student Council Alger-nate '49,
Stamp and Bond Salesman, '49-'50, Sen-
ior Boys' Glee Club, '47, Central-Aires,
MARY ANNE VICKERS
Student Council, '48-'50, Secretary,'50,
News Editor, '50, Co-C-Hi. '48-'51,
Toastmistress,'49, F. B. L. A., '51, Al-
lied Youth, '51, Little Theater, '50-'51,
Owls, '48, Band, '48-'49.
Football, '48-'49, Letter, '48-'49, Swim-
ming Team, '49-'51, Letter, '49-'51, Dis-
tributive Education Club, '51, President
'51, RED AND BLACK Salesman, '50,
News Salesmnn,'49-'51, Boys' Glee Club
,JUANITA LOUISE BUSCHEN
"May The Good Lord Bless And Keep
Skating Club, '48-'49, Co-C-Hi, '48-'51,
Color Day Committee, New Senior Party
"Swing! Brother, Swing!"
Student Council, '47, Choir, '51, Foot-
ball, '47-'48, Track, '50-'51, Art Ap-
preciation, '49, F. B. L. A., '47.
"Lucky Lucky Lucky Me"
Library Club, '48, Allied Youth, '49-'51
F. B. L. A., '49-'51, Bowling Club, '50
:Sig RED AND BLACK Salesman, '50-
"Tbe Song Is You"
Bowling Club, '49-'51, President, '49
Secretary, '50, Letter, '51, Allied Youth
'48-'51, Secretary, 'SO-'51, F. B. L. A.
'49-'51, President, '50-'51, Color Day
"I'll See You Again"
GLORIA ANN HORTON
"Let Me Call You Sweetheart"
Cheerleader, '49-'51, Captain, '51, Let-
ter, '50, News Staff, '49-'51, Editorial
Board, '50-'51, Student Council Alternate
'48, Senior Girls' Glee, '50, Choir, '50-
'51, Co-C-Hi, '50-'51, Little Theater,
'50-'51, Central Forum, '48, F. B. L. A.
'50-'51, Prom Committee, '51, New Sen-
ior Party Committee, '50, Senior Outing
Committee, '51, Color Day Committee,
'51, Library Club, '47-'48, Skating Club
'47-'48, El Eco de Espana, '50-'SL
"The Nearness Of You"
Toastmasters, '48: Student Council, '50
DARLENE M. RUTLEDGE
"l'm Going To Love Thai Guy"
Toastmistress No. Z, '49, Bowling Club,
'49, G. A. A., '48.
"I Can't Believe Yau're In Love With
Library Club, '48-'51, Football, '48-'49
Track, '49g Mike Club, '49,
JOYCE LAVERNE RECKERT
"Hello, My Baby"
G. A. A., '48-'49, choir, '49-'51, Bind,
"I Remember the Conlfieldsu
Student Council, '50-'51.
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"Take Me Out To Tbe Ball Game"
Girls' Glee, '48-'49gTonstmist.ress Club
No. 2, '48, Central Forum, '49, G. A. A.
'48-'51, Letter, '49g Pin, '50, Captainof
Referees, Owls, '48-'49, Lamps, '50,
RED AND BLACK Salesman, '47-'5O.
"Fine And Dandy"
"Something To Remember You By"
News Staff, '50, Art Appreciation, '51.
"No Sad Songs F01 Me"
Mike Club, '49-'50, Vice President, '505
Pen Pals, '49-'51, Committee of Twen-
ty, '50-'51, Secretary, '51.
HELEN LOUISE IURGENSMEYER
"Of Tbee I Sing"
CARL ROBERT HICKS
"On the Little Big Hom"
Band, '47-'50, Allied Yo-uh, '48-'49
siming Club,'4B-'51, Library club, '51.
"Every Little Breeze Seems To Whis-
Senior Girls' Glee, '48-'51, Letter, '50,
Co-C-Hi, '49-'51, Horticulture, '50-'51,
F. B. L. A., '49-'51, Hi-Lo-Ets,'5l.
DALE J. ORRICK
"Blues, Stay Away From Me"
Basketball, '48-'51, Letter, '49-'51, Leg.
termen's Club, '51, President, '51, Stu-
dent Council, '50, Prom Committee, '51,
Color Dly Committee, '51.
Louisa ELSIE souocvs
"ae My Love"
G. A. A., '48-'49, Chevron, '49, Girls'
Glee, '49, Choir, '49-'51, Letter, '51,
Senior Party Committee, '51.
ROBERT G. HATHAWAY
"Time On My Hands"
Distributive Education Club, '50-'51.
CARL EY IUANITA COX
"lf There ls Someone Louelier Than
G. A. A., '47-'48, Tumbling, '48, Stu-
dent Council, '50-'51, F. B. L. A., '51,
Girls' Glee Club, '5l.
"Be Happy Go Lucky"
RED AND BLACK Salesman, '47, Allied
Youth, '48, Golf Club, '47-'50.
"Strange And Sweet"
RED AND BLACK snesmm, '48, Mike-
Movie Club, '48, Choir, '49-'50, Letter,
'50, Central Forum, '49-'50, Hi-Lo-Ets,
'50, Little Tbelter, '50, Tvlsmimess
No. 2, '50, Disttrbutive Education '51.
"All The Things You Are"
Basketball, '48-'51, Letters, '50-'51,
Student Council, '50, Lettermen's Club,
'51, Golf Club, '48, Letter, '48, Commit-
tee of Twenty, '50-'51, Vice President,
'51, Little Thenter, '50-'51, Horticul-
ture Club, '49-'51, Vice President, '49,
President, '50, Pen Puls, '50, Secre-
tary, '50, Allied Youth, '51, Tuck, '50,
Boys' Glee Club, '47-'49.
"Someone To Watch Ouer Me"
Co-C-Hi, '48-'50, Secretary, '49, Vice
President, '49-'50, Toastmistress No.
2, '48, Toastmistress No. 1, '49, G. A.
A., '47-'49, Choir, '48, Distributive Ed-
ucation Club, '5l.
RICHARD ALLEN STRINNI
"just One Of Those Things"
Student Council, '51, Lettermen's Club,
'51, Basketball, '48-'51, Track, '48-'50.
Skating Club, '48, Girls' Glee, '48, C0-
"l Love Tbe Way You Say Goodnight"
Swimming Team, '49-'51, Letter, '49-'51
Captain, '50-'51, Track, '49-'51, Letter,
'49-'51, Toastmasters, '49-'51, Commit-
tee of Twenty, '49-'51, Choir, '48- '51,
Letter, '49-'50, Boys' Glee Club, '49-'51,
Student Council, '50-'51, Skating Club,
148-'49, Letter, '49, Lettermen's Club,
"Small Fry' '
Co-C-I-Ii, '50-'51, Toastmistress, '48-'49,
Student Council, '47, Owls, '47.
"LucH2st Mm ln The World"
Avila. .1 ,V
VIRGINIA LEE DUNGAN
G. A. A., '48, President, '48, Co-C-Hi,
'49, Toastmistress, '48, Spanish Club,
'50, Vice President, Treasurer, '50, Pet
Pals, '50, RED AND BLACK Staff, '50,
Girls' Glee, '48, Owls, '49, Lamps, '51
"I Guess l'll Have To Dream The Rest
Toastmasters, '48, Football, '50, Lette
men's Club, '51, Student Council, '51.
MARY HELEN PERKINS
"Watt For Me"
Pen Pals, '48-'49, El Eco de Espana,
'49-'50, Art Appreciation, '51, RED ANI
BLACK Staff, '50.
"Bell Bottom Trousers"
Entered the Navy.
ELVA j. KOLOCOTRONIS
"'St. Louis Woman"
G. A. A., '48, Spanish Club, '50-'51, Se
retary, '50, President, '51, News Soles
man, '51, Calor Day Committee, '51, Sen
ior Girls Glee, '49-'51.
JAMES W. RIEBELING
Swimming Team, '48-'51, Captain, '48-
'S1gLettennen's Club, '5l,Ma1e Chorus
'49, Toastmasters, '48, Art Appreciat-
ion Club, '50-'51, RED AND BLACK
"l'rn A Big Girl Now"
Band, '49-'51, Letter, '50, Stripe, 'Sli
G. A. A., '47-'51, Preaident, '49, Cbev-
ron, '49, Student Council, '51, F. B. L.
A., '50-'51, Art Appreciation, '51, Tum-
bling Club, '49.
D. E. Club, '50-'51-
BETTY JANE FLOTRON
"It Had To Be You"
Horticulture Club, '49-'51, Secretary,
'50-'51, Choir, '50-'51, Girls' Glee,
'48-'sog Student Council Alternate, '49-
'505 Skating Club, '47.
FRED F RISCHMAN
'Tbere Will Never Be Another You"
Basketball, '49-'51, Letters, '49-'50-'50
'51, Baseball, '50-'51, Letter, '50-'51,
Lettermen's Club, '51.
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PAUL WILLIAM FRANCIS
"I Love Life"
Band, '48-'50, Central Forum, '51, Art
Appreciation Club, '51.
"My Silent Love"
Girls' Glee, '48-'49Q Clwil, '50-'51s G
A. A., '48, Art Appreciation, '50.
"l Dorf! Care If Tbe Sun Dorr't S
J. JUNE GRAHAM
"Girl Of My Dreams"
G. A. A., '47-'48,
"Pm a Redwingu
Track, '48-'50, I-eller, '48-'49-'50s BIS!-
ball, '48-'50, Letter, '48-'49"50S FUN '
ball, '47-'50, Letter, '47-'48-'49-'50: A1-
lied Youth, '48-'499 Library Club, '47 '
'49, Lettermen's Club, '51, Basketball ,
IRENE CARROL ROSSE
G. A. A., '47-'48, Library Club, '47-'48
F. B. L. A., '49-'5lg Allied Youth, '49-
'SOQ Choir, '51g Girls' Glee Club, '48-
'49g Senior Party Committee, '50-
EDWARD P. DOBBS
"I Warn! What I Want When I Want lt"
Committee of Twenty, '48g Student Coun-
cil, '51, RED AMD BLACK Salesman,
'50i News Sa1esman,'50.
BARBARA JEAN CAPSTICK
"Remember Me In Your Dreams"
Choir, '49-'51, G. A. A., '49-'51, Secre-
tary, 'SOQ Vice President, 'Sly Tumbling
'49"515 Art Appreciation, '50-
EDDIE JOE DUCKWORTH
"The Call Of The Wild Goose"
Band, '48-'49, Toastmasters, '50.
"Zingl When The Strings Of My Heart"
Toastmistress No.2, '49, Toastmistress
Nc. 1, '50-'51, Co-C-Hi, '49, Library
Club, '48-'SUQ Art Appreciation, '50,
News Salesman, '49-'50, RED AND
BLACK Salesman, '50-'51.
LESTER LAHMAN IR.
"To Think You'ue Chosen Me"
Student Council, '48, Toastmasters, '48
-'495 Committee of Twenty, '48-'SIQREI
AND BLACK Salesman, '48.
"Oh Patricia My Darling Patricia"
ROBERT WILLIAM PETRIE
"How Many Hearts Have You Broken"
Committee of Twenty, '48-'51, Student
Council. '48-'50, News Staff, '50-'S15
Art Appreciation Club, 'SO.
BETTY C. STOUT
"Too Fat Polka"
"Prisoner Of Love"
Distributive Education Club, '51.
DOROTHY LOUISE BRADEN
"Stars In My Eyes"
Band, '49-'51, Letter, '50, Stripe, '51,
Tolstmistress No. 2, '49-'50, Tonstmis-
tress No. 1, '50-'51, Co-C-Hi, '50-'51.
"One Of The Roving Kind"
RED AND BLACK Salesman, '47, Allied
Youth, '48, Skating Club, '47-'48, Tennis
'49, News Salesman, '47, Central Aires
'50-'51, Boys' Glee, '48-'51.
"Please Don't Talk About Me When l'n
Skating Club,'48, F. B. L. A.,'50, News
RICHARD L. COSTELLO
"Open The Door Richard"
Camera Club, '49-'51, Toastmasters,
'50-'51, Golf Club, '49-'50, Allied
Choir, '49, Co-C-Hi, '50-'51, President,
'51, Allied Youth, Central Forum, '48-
'51, President, '50, F. B. L. A., '50-
'51, President, '5O,Little Theatre Group,
'50-'51, Bowling, '50, Student Council,
'49-'5l,Girls Glee,'48, RED AND BLACK
Salesman, '49, New Senior Party Com-
mittee, Senior Outing Committee, Color
"In The Land Of Make Believe"
Track, '51, Distributive Education Club,
G. A. A., '48-'49, Choir, '47-'49, Mike
WAYNE MAURICE HARRY
"l'm just A Sentimental Fool"
'That Red Head Gal"
Distributive Education, '50"51.
NORMAN F. CLEMENTS
"Somebody Loves Me"
Student Council Altemate,'50-'51, Band
'49-'50, Toastmasters No. 2, '49, Band,
'48-'49, Horticulture Club, '50, News
Choir, '48-'49, Girls' Glee, '48-'49, G.
A. A., '48.
' 'Sp agbettl Rag"
Baseball, '48-'49, Letter, '49-'49, Foot-
ball, '50, Letter, '50.
"Georgia On My Mind"
G. A. A. '47, Roller Skating, '48, Dis-
ttibutive Education, '50, Pen Pals, '50,
Girla Glee, '481Ch0ir, '50, Art Appreci-
ation, '49, F. B. L. A.,'51, News Sales-
KENNETH WILLIAM FIX
"A Mm Ain't A-Nolbin' But A Wolf"
Horticulture Club, '50-'51, Distributive
giucatron Club, '50-'51, Allied Youth,
ROSE MARIE RATZ
"Only A Rose"
Central Knitters, '47-'48, Toastmistress
No. 2, '49-'50, Co-C-Hi, '50, News Ty- '
pist, '50, Art Appreciation, 'S1.
"The Radiance In Your Eyes"
Golf Club, '50, Student Council, '47.
"Beautiful Brown Eyes"
Football Queen, '50, Toastmistress No.
2, '48-'49, President, '49, Toastmistress
No. l,'49-'51, Co-C-Hi, '48-'51, Student
Council, '49-'51, Little Theater, '49-
'51, President, '50-'51, Allied Youth,
'50-'51, Distributive Education Club,
'50-'51, Band, '48-'50, Letter, '49-'50,
News Staff, '48-'51, Aaaociate Editor,
'49, Editor, '50, Co-Chairman of Editor-
inl Board, '51, El Eco de Espana, '50,
G. A. A., '47, Color Day Committee.
DONALD ST. GEORGE
Football, '47-'50, Letter, '49-'sm Track
'49-'51, Letter, '50-'51, Allied Youth,
'49, Vice President, '49, Lettermen's
AGATHA J. KOLOCOTRONIS
"lIus1 Cml't Do Enough For You Baby'
Knitters' Club, '48, Girls' Glee Club,
'47-'50, Distributive Education Club,
Glee Club, '48- 50, Distributive Educa-
tion, '50-'51, Att Appreciation, '51, Li-
brary Club, '49,
"You're just In Love"
Summer School Candidate.
"My Hem! Cries For You"
"I Hate to Lose You"
"You Were Meant For Me"
Footbal1,'48-'50, Letter, '49, Track, '48
'50, Letter, '49, Captain, '49-'50, Let-
ter, 49, Captain, '49-'50, Lettermen's
DOLORES MARY SONCASIE
"The Night Is Youn And You'fe So
Girls' Glee, '48, Allied Youth, '49-'51,
Central Forum, '49-'51, Vice President
'50, F. B. L. A., '50-'51, Camera Club,
"Jeanie Witb The Ligbt Brown Hair"
Boys' Glee Club, '47-'48, Choir, '49-'50
Letter, '50, Science Fair Club, '48, Cen-
tral Aires, '50-'51, Bowling Club, '49.
Transferred to Cleveland.
Distributive Education Club, '50-'SL
L EN ZIE COX
ROSE ANN HAVENER
"Such ls My Love"
Central Forum, '49g Choir, '49-'51, Ska-
ting Club, '48-493 Library Club, '49, Art
Appreciation Club, '49-'50g Allied Youth
'50-'51, Distributive Education, '51g Hi-
WILLIAM GEORGE TAMALIS
"He's just My Bill"
Student Council, 'SOQ Blnd,'4B-'S0gStlmp
Club, '47-'48, Committee of Twenty,'48.
"Sing, You Sinners"
Library Club, '49-'503 Letter, '50g Toast-
masters Club, '49-'50: Photography Club
G. I. Diploma.
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
ALUMNI PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
1, John Smith, a graduate of Central High
School, pledge allegiance to the ideals and pres-
tige of my Alma Mater, past, present, and to
come: I will defend her dignity and reputation
through joy and sorrow, through calm and
strife, through prosperity and tribulation as long
as I live.
BOB MATTOX, IR
"Laughing At Life'
Track, 'SOQ Horticulture, '47-
' 'Sophisticated Lady
Distributive Education Club,
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Flow: M. Ries, E. Wilkerson, B.
Dennis, J. Wenzel, N. Cole,
S. Gower, B. Harrell.
Third Row: K. Price, J. Pollock, J.Hle-
bellnq, A. Berger, M. Stan -
E.Carlten, J.Huelskclmp, D. Gep-
harf, M, Elmer, M. Wagner, R.
Bowder, J. Becker, M. Campbell.
Row 2: J. Alford, D. Francois, F. Bono,
E. Shepherd, H. Masters, M.Bels
R. Borthlck, M. Alyea.
Mr. Vertrens, J. Fears, B. Mere
curio, P. Hoffman, D. Wllbarn.
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Flozanskl, D. Flowers, K. Sand-
T. Block, W. Henry, D. Efherfon,
E. Ransom, J. Ferguson, P. De-
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B. Standing, D. Trimble, R. Lun-
ham, J. Kershner.
B. Flotron, J. Allison, T. Doyel,
P. Watson, M. Brown, L. Mackler
C. Cook, P. Jackson.
T. Slms, R. Farrell., D. Bogdan,
B. Brantley, H. Howards, P.Wler
S. Hudglns, L. Sprlqqs.
J. Blnsbacher, F. Frlschman, H.
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ma.nn, B. Hyde, S. Bushmann, E.
Marrah, S. Dozler, D. Thompson.
Ft. Davis, L. Anderson, E. Flan-
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Dolllns, J. Rutchmann, D.Welch.
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K. Raymer, B. Johannlnqmeler,
E. crumb, E. Doqqen.
How 1: L. Dunn, M. Akers, I. Farmer, E.
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l.. Rose, B. Harrison, V. Reed,
M. Plqq, C. Main, C. Lelmberq,
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J. Hicks, S. Britton, B. Hearst,
P. Forsythe, M. Flo!ron,J. Beith
I. Harwell, C. Fthades, B. David,
S. Rudloif, J. Rhodes.
R. Havener, D. Raytleld, M.P1nz,
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C. Dletzel, P. Currie, S. Tum-
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C. Rush, R. Matthews, N. Tate,
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away, J. Blok, J. Koerper, H.
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Emerson, N. Angell.
L.Guenther,B. Kenda1l,N. Moore,
V. Grisham, C. Davie, S. Dan -
iels, G. Leesemcm, A. Coppedqe.
L.. Chaney, B. Hubba, J. McClel-
lan, H. Jurqensmeyer, M. Maneas
J. Llplna, G. Bennett.
L. Choate, D. Harris, N. Gallln ,
Fl. Doqqeii, I. Laskowltz, H.
J. Dahmer, J. Graham, J. Swlndle
S. Robbins, D. Trlqq, N. McNew,
J. Martin, J. Flamstlne.
C. Simmons, Fi. Strlnnl, Fl. Gan-
non, B. Weidenhafl, E. Dobbs, D.
Miller, A. Anderson, B. Hose.
Row 3: W. Baker, B. Cooper.
:N. King, L. Moll, s. smnh,D. An-
derson, G. Urban, L. Debert, M.
Klelne, G. Tail.
:P. Gallyoun, D. Werle, J. Rimini
S. Sanders, M. Buckley, l. Sleber!
W. Dickenson, C. Dellenbach.
Row 3: Mr. Tennis, L. Dunn, G. McCabe,
F. Eacott, J. Wesi.
A. Borisuk, C. Schae1fer,E. Dau-
ney, H. Splres, A. Lupo, J. Thwe-
att, P. Weber, E. Wlcka.
R. Sanders, J. Keathley, K.Sm1th,
P. Masschelln, D. Flyqelskl,M.Ha-
C. C. Modeslti,1. Frlqc, E. Klely,
J. Nsske, J. Waller, C. Sims.
K. MacDonald, E. Hughes, Y.
Flschbach, L. Fllst, N. Allen, C.
Noonan, J. Hall, V. Georqle.
P. Francis, M. Krull, M. Casey,
v. 139111, J. Knobelack, M. Gunn,
B. Thompson, J. Donaldson, I.
Henson, J. Purkewlcz, W. Buff-
lnqlon, T. Gunn, J. Sumpter, K.
H. Ellis, c. Kon-rm, B. combi-
anchl, A. Heflln, H. Jackaon,V.
DuBois, V. Tripp, V. Daniel.
Flow 2: C. Kreuzer, A. Plllmcm, P. Far-
rls, D. Richardson, S. Suermann
L. Williams, D. Decker, A.Wr1qht
G. Griffith, L. Heilln, J. Sclar-
ratta, C, Taylor, G. Creahan, A.
Ehlens, D. Parks.
P. O'Mara, A. Constantin, Mins
Kramer, S. Fitzgerald.
Advi 'or, Group
and Miss B. Ross
C. Thompson, E. Sumner, R. Mol
kenbur, M. Combs, H. Harris, M.
Stone, 1. Sampson, T. Briqullc
J. Crlbbs, F. Munzer, J. Stlif-
ler, F. Wlenholi, D. Braden, S.
Hurst, V. Pumphrey, P. Thomp-
G. Wunderllch, G. Murdock, G.
Heyermann, B. Brown, V. Ut-
nage, S. Ray, M. Jackels.
B. Keppel, W. Skidmore, B.
Swow, E. Bushmann, A. Holl-
Mr. Prelutsky, K. Anqel1,W.De-
Prender, J. Lukltsch.
N. Balsmon, E. Skaggs, Fi. Feni-
more, S. Mlller, G. Randleman,
Fl. Taech, J. Richards, D. Borth-
J. B0zz1,M. rum., L. Leong,
D. Dorenhamp, J. Mackey, D.
Rutledge, D. Wlleon.
E. Gozo, D. Orrick, Mr. Martyr,
D. Smlth, G. Hatrle,C.Burcham,
E . Huett.
Mis s Soecltniclt
C. Cox, M. Gardner, M. Vickers,
J. Bennett, V. Nugent, J. Ben-
well, G. Ancona, S. TaYlor.
J.Goudy, B. l-lalez, C. Lueble,
K. Leonard, V. Stonvort, S. Ble-
rl, C. Dement, R. Fllley.
z A. smnh, B. smuh, 1. Lunar.,
J. McAllister, J. Rudolph, Fl.
c. Juenqsz, K. Fu, J. Meyer.
Flow 1: B. Fruqacz, L. Somoqye, M.
Granzow, I. Hosea, B. Perkins,
J. Schroeder, V. Fix, B.'Tumer.
B. Walton, H. McCracken, M.
Comer, M. Hose, B. Garvey,M.
Moore, M. Voderberq.
Flow 3: E. E, Chapman, L. Luqershau-
sen, Fl. O'Flourke, L. Haenchen,
V. Thomas, M. Madonna, J. Bus-
by, A. Durr.
Mr. Von Lehsten
Row 1: M. Perkins, G. Belderbeck, B.
Horlnu, D. Dees, P.,Leonard,
D. Price, D. Muuller, T. File-
Row 2: W. Olsten, J. Arnold, E. Pcxtzer
P. Schreiber, D. Brown, D. Eus-
sell, E. Zahner, A. Caronclno,
3: Fi. Hortoq, B. Henslee, P. Lc-
Flom, D. Sheeran, E. Comp, R.
Duruskl, Fi. Meyer, J. Koerper.
: M. Brewer, S.Doh1-endorl, W.Lec
C. Lundck, D. Sulllvcn, S. Stal-
cey, B. Cromer, S. Cunnlnqhcm.
Row 2: L. Fiyqelskl, L Krall, G. Per-
zo n, D. Soncaele, P. Lawless,
S. Dundon, D. Trout, S. Wins -
How 31 D. Wellman, I. Wudlnqer, F.Peor-
son, P. Longley, C. Lehr, S.
: G. Tlbbles, F. Baumann.
D. Prlnqle, G. Johnson, P. Rob-
xn, E. Vance, F. Mitchell, D.
Grisham, M. Prusuczyk, J. P11-
W. Frerlchs, W. Hotz, D. St.
George, A. Sltzwohl, B. Smith,
E. Murray, J. Enqeln.
M. Bon, M. Worley, E. Webb, E.
Flelds, S. Kilgore, J. Mcxlnster,
P. Feckter, S. Best.
P. Russnoqle, D. Boker, M.Wat-
s0n,,J. Scoii, A.Gr-lhclrn, D. Gill
B. Selley, V. Feiqenbutz, P.
Jusso, G. Barnes, M. Scuqllone
C. Mllllqun, R. Nelbert.
ldvi ory Group
4. 0 W
, .,.fef1.2t J .
. A f
Y . ' ..,.l . .Lg
' in .1 .
'91 fait 1 -Q-
gz 'N . v
A. Vega, E. Ratkowskl, B. Sabo
M. Leong, S. Holden, B. Stod-
dard, M. Henthome, M. Mazurek.
G. Hankinl, L. Mllllqan, M. Braw-
ley, A. Rios, M. Taylor, V. Dun-
gan, l. Wilson, T. Thornton.
H. Kadowaki, W. Peah, G. Mann,
K. Kortum, R. Ratz, J. Stelzer,
G. Bulttnqton, Fl. Combs.
A. Enea, I. Garrett, R. Costello,
E. Mattox, G. Yakel, I. Murray,
R. Rath, Ft. Mayfield, K. Scott,
D. Stuart, G. Sloan.
C. Pendleton, T. Palos, G.Dll-
per, R. Frecbersyser, L.. Ra-
dlck, J. Mattler, J. Brltton.
J. Palmer, H. Lemke, R. Adler,
B. Jones, R. Hickl, R. Allen,
Row 1: S. Capetick, G. McCormick, D.
Watson, P. Callahan, N. Hoque
D. Skewes, Fl. Coley, L. Chung.
2: R. Mattingly, R. Petrie, S. Sut-
ton, A. Porter, J. Davis, D.
Harris, M. Swlrxdell, C. Combs.
Flow 3: B. Hlvely,M. Shafar,E. Ttemann
B. Matteonl, J. Murphy, B. Brum
mel, T. Block C. E. Finley.
' J. Pllcher, R. Noble, D. Wach-
ter, J. Sctuccto, I.. Boyd, R.
Heacox, M. Bolla, S. Palmer.
Row 2: B. Davis, B. Davin, R. Stemptcl
E. Gravett, R. Spradltnq, M. Ca-
pone, B. DeV1nney.
1 F. Pluctatta, S. Reich, J. Moore
C. Houlam, J. Gambnr, H. Brant
ley. C. Shone.
P. Combs, D. Becker, 1. Pohl,
T. Enters, E. Hancock, M. Mor-
nn, R. Becker, 1. Phnup..
P. Gutzler, M. Thornhill, R.
Hetdemonn, S. Martin, J. Debert
W. Heidemann, P. Buckley, J.
B. Mullin, M.Lobdell, H.Stronq
M. Henthorne, N. Sczchowskl.,
P. Vitale, M. Whttlon, D. Mtrth.
D. Frlschrnan, G. Chrlstlan, S.
Sapp, D. Thompson, M. Kirk-
hcxrt, M. Glazebrook, M. De-
Poult, D. Hermena, A. Moyer.
J. Oberts, N. Masters, J. Mot-
thews, J. Waltman, T. Scotlno.
D. Byrd, T. Sutton, B. .Toslnskl
GROUP 3 1
R. Combs, R. Kclel1n,B. Whitney
M. Noslken, E. Russell, V. Gar-
adonna, V. Pyott, M. Vitale.
M. Garner, V. Cooper, S. Gard-
ner, W. Sutton, S. Holt, D.Ph1.n-
ney, J. Howard, B. Haywood. ,
E. Gunner, K. Wetteroth, J. Be-
noist, D. Tettenhorst, H. Skid-
more, D. Webster, B. Walden.
GROUP 0 CFALLJ
B. Suofford, M. Carncxhan,E. Naly,
B. Sutton, J. Gonskl, D. Henson,
M. Konsswlcz, S. Farrell.
A. Farmer, W. Harry, B. Petty ,
EI. Jetton, D. Timmormann, L.
Lcziterty. F. Northcutt, J.Ta1bert
Fi. Mlchall, B. Hubert, Fl. Kon-
sewtcz, F. Smith, T. Morrison.
Advi ary Group
ldvi ory Group
Row 1: W. Eeegle, Fl. Archambo, J. Gor-
ski, J. Bonds, P. Bolwell, M.
Konsewlcz, S. Smith.
J. Deaom, sa. Penny, K. Nunn,
L. Lafferiy, J. White, S. Schlue-
Cer, A. Newbold.
How 3: W. Beagle, T. Morrison, W. Har-
ry, T. Welch, D. Hopmann, V.
Caronclno, A. Marshewa.
Row 4: R. Rupplean, D. Vogel, H. Rab-
bln s, D. Fannon.
GROUP F-l CFALLJ
H. McKover, H. Swlerk, M.
Stretch, E. Gray, N. Ross, M.
Hughes, J. Czarnecki, D.Waech-
A. Ehlers, M.Mlles,G. Penning-
ton, P. Carollo, D. Trimble, C.
Bell, N. Pierce, J. Brlnkman.
3: G. Wood, D. Roberts, I. Walt-
man, J. Jackson, B. Debert, A.
Lewis P. Smith, B. Holt.
4: l. Deering, J. Barren, S. Dom-
broskl, E. Tebbenhcff, T. Car-
roll, J. Gunn, J. Rutledge, J.
F 2 CFALLQ
1: I. Mirth, J. Errett, C. Lemp, E.
McNulty, M, Kern, J. Myers, P.
Kiel, S. Lueckerath.
2: S. Ceppel, P. Ham1lion,V. Svc-
buda, L. Brown, J. Saba, E.
Bell, B. Huelner, B. Parker.
3: P. Lawson, E. Buschen, D.
Flelds, E. McGulrt, B.Luck!sch
O. Hearing, J. Hennlcke, H.
Cheney, G. Couch.
Flow 4. L. Molldund, V. Elund, G.Krull,
N. Oliante, Fl. Schulte, G. Knopp.
F3 CF ALLJ
lt M. Bellagamba, S. Fingers, N.
Bell, D. Canirellv J. Sadler,
T. Guwlak, B. Munn, D. Wicks.
2: S. Ward, G. Stlnnett, D. Pierce
J. Pervorse, B. Everett, C.
Smith, R.Al1lscn, S. Hopkins.
3: C. Harper, M. Byers, D. Taber,
B. Dogqeti, P. Reagan, W.Gross
4: R.Suermann, K. Frayne, D.
Kelley, J. Hogue, T. Hoslord,
1: M. Mcvey, J. Allen, K. Burke,
J. Adams, Fl. ECIXET, B. Mat-
hews, G. Mell, Fi. Klnney.
2: M. cmadock, o. Klnq, M. o'-
Mquey, C. Dowlmq, c. Pul-
mero, M. cundm, rs. Jones,
3: E. Schulze, M. Weaver, M. Park
er, L. Dressler, A. Stroud, P.
McBride, M. Marchlewski, P.
4: O. Surtln, J. Thorp, T. Dierz-
bickl, P. Mercurlo, G. Tullock
J. Crowe, Miss Pierce, H. Wln-
ter, L. Thcrvuls.
GROUP F-5 QFALLJ
Kruse,S. Cannon,N. Eronsky,
P. Price, H. Pape, N. McGown,
J. Bowlsby, L. Chrum.
2: J. Benwell, J. Frerlchs, O.Arm-
Huong, D.Dombrosk1, C.Wyat1,
C.Farrell,H. Knapp, D. Phlnney
K. Steqrlll, M. Gorskl, N. Trick-
ey, V. Kupfer, M. Herzlnq, G.
Brown, D. Fisher, J . Gonzo.
B. Follln, 1. Noel, Mr. Rudy, H.
Hertweck, L. Rlebellnq, H.Sla-
ten, J. Llndsey, J. Monterosso,
GROUP F-6 QFALLJ
J. O'Connor, W. Burkhardt, L.
Whitney, M. Whlie, K. Wray, N.
Richmond, K.Taylor, J. Tail.
L. Fiemlszewshl, M. Nessel, M.
Pilqer, M. Brooks, K. Mikus, H.
Neely, G. Bennett.
Fl. Owens, E. Arcobasso, J.Lew-
ls, E. Jones, S. Wllleford, M.
Schmitz, P. Holmes, E. Ramsey.
G. Herkenholf, J. Louis, N. Wan.
qer, B. Halford, Fl.Mar'shal1, M.
Gro1h,M1ss Schlutlus, B. Floti-
J. Williams, J. Nilms, J. Cannon
F. Blass, P. sph-lk, M. Urban, N.
Graf. J. Thomas.
:R. Panosh, P. Mitchell, J. Shelf
ton, K. Sparks, C. Blake,V.File-
fle, L. Crlbbs, J. Sturdy,B.Judd
J. Woli, S. Schroer, Fl. Chusman,
E. Erwin, Y. Broyles, M. Link,
J. Bailey, L.Med1ey, J.Wlll1ams,
J. Johnson, M. Weaver,B. Benner
f 'R f My
VM .Www-" " Row l: B. Horvuth D. Sandor: J.
'WWYWN Eyre, B. iialbrook, J. Jlonnl
V A. Patterson.
7 X Row 2: M.Duv1l, C.Pltzcr, L. Vlhlto-
,wamh ' ' '39 hnad, E. Edwards, T. Chal-
, X tain, P. Munno.
I Row 3: R. Bomorilo, R. Taylor, J.
McCullan, B. Folwcrcxny,
v-- - M. Hill, R. Bnrczynlkl.
Row 1: J. Draper, I. Koqut, B. Cooper,
B. Dels, G. Jewell, M. Mont-
qomery, H. BHNCK.
Pow 2: E. Hill, C. Smith, E. Brown, D.
Bashom, C. Sluner, G. Moslert
Row 3: R. Flltz, C. MOYQUUUG. Schmldn,
Mr. Marklund, Y.'Sml!h, A. Du-
ruskl, K. Patterson, P. Mlnzes.
H w 1: W. Vlmke, T. Holden, B. Monroe,
M, Petri, B. Llndsny, J. Held-
bwder, S. Tcbers.
in-W Q: Luaushmfmn,1..Dume1,H.Bea-
well, C. Flimlqmqfh D, Poole, L.
mfmqhcw, S. Bresley.
1- W 1: 1 . Penmnqmm, Fa. splzmlllenm.
Hmmmann, J. Mqness, H.Kenney
3. cnwzhqm, 1. Thon-murqh.
How l: E. lirunk, D, Vlnyurd, L. Clar-
idge, P. Duggan, D. Doyle, R.
Tlifistein, J. Wacker.
Raw .Zz ii. Faison, D. Wilson, J. Brown,
Wool, J. Schwab, S. Watson,
Hnw 31 Miss P1err:e,'T'. kxickel, R. Duv-
is, J. Evers, B. Gmqq.
Flow 1: smuh, L. Luliue, P. spury,
mmnrmy, L. Thcmqs, J.
Woods, M. Powers.
E':w 2:E. Q'Connor, H. Mcfvlenemy,
L. Fxrtkner, D. Gray, C. McDan-
xll, F. Lewnllen, M. Stem.
W 3: I.. Taylor, L. Sullivan, V.
Hrockmun, P. Schumacher, L.
Row 1: J. Mania, E. Kukle, A. Lewin
T. Brlqulio, E. Kolocotronll,
M. Hodqo, D. Rlynold.
Flow 2: M. Currlon, B. Campbell, M.
Tux-ploy, J. Madcull, F.Hor-
zoq, V. Mouser, G. Gunter.
Row l: M. Council, A. Mcmno, J.
Lupe, P. Wolterhold,W.Eruy
Row 2: R. Cnopsri B. McCormack ,
R. Conroy, J. Wlercluk, J.
Row l: Earl Brown, Lucnle Saqulo,
Joyce Schmitt, Raymond
Advi ory Groups
"st, M- .
1- -1 l 8 ..,,,
On Friday, November 10, Central
was privileged to have-'as its guest
Wolfgang Barnhardt, a young lad
from Germany, who was present
at the ringing of the Fredom Bell.
Wolfgang is.sixteen years old, the
eldest of seven children, and the
son of a doctor.
The blue-eyed youth, in a stir-
ring message from West Berlin to
the people of the United States,
told of the circumstances and con-
ditions in.Germany today. "Peo-
ple who say unpleasant things to-
ward communism just disappear
and are never heard of again,"
His whole message was based
upon this verse from the Bible:
"Stand fast therefore in the lib-
erty where with Christ hath made
us free and be not entangled again
with the yoke of bondage."
Wolfgang, a junior in the Kant
School in Western Germany, will
return to his home about the mid-
dle of December. When asked by
your correspondent if he had any
message he would like to leave
with 'Central students, he replied,
"Let us fight together against
Communism and establish the free
Way of Life everywhere in the
WINS MARIK AWARD
The most important. coveted
and cherished award given at Cen-
tral High, the Clifford Marik tro-
phy, was awarded to Steve Fitz-
gerald at the Graduation Exer-
cises, January 24. It is awarded
on the basis of academic quali-
ties, athletic zeal, leadership and
Steve is very friendly and well
liked by everyone. He stands 5'
91f2" tall, weighs 150 pounds, has
deep blue eyes and brown hair,
and possesses a magnetic person-
ality. He belonged to the Toast-
masters Club No. 1, is afpast
president of the Student Council,
treasurer of the Senior Class, and
Central's "Prom" reporter. He
lettered two times in football,
twice in track and once in bas-
ketball. When asked for a state-
ment, Steve replied. "I was the
most surprised fellow attending
the graduation. In fact, I was
A speaker at one of the past
graduations was heard to say: "I
would rather win the Clifford
Marik award than be president of
the United States." The award is
given once a year to one boy in
thu aaniru- nlauu
A Page nl Clippings from Tllll EWS
Dr. A. A, Berle, Sr., who now
resides in New York City, has
addressed a letter to the Board
of Education offering S500 to be
deposited in a trust fund with
provisions, honoring Miss Lillian
Heltzell. The interest is to be
used annually for an appropriate
prize to be awarded to "the rank-
ing scholar," here at Central.
Dr. Berle writes, "Many years
ago at the Peabody School I had
a classmate, a Miss Lillian Helt-
zell, who was the best scholar in
class, and whom I greatly ad-
mired forbher scholarship. A few
years ago I met her again at the
home of another classmate, Mr.
James M. Breekenridge, of 5098
Miss Heltzell became a teacher
of Latin at Central High School,
and randcrfgi her Past service
here at Central. She took a leave
of absence on January 31, 1938.
She returned to service on a few
occasions. Her death came Sep-
tember 9, 1941.
Mr, Alexander and a committee
of teachers announce that, after
the Board of Education and Mr.
Berle work out the final details,
there will be awarded annually at
the June Commencement a solid
gold key made up with the em-
blem of the Central High School
Ring. This will be known as the
A. A. Berle Award.
Betty Kogut has won the Elk's
Outstanding Y o u th Leadership
Award for the city of St. Louis
There were thirty-two contestants
from schools in and around St.
Louis. The contest was sponsored
by the B. P, 0. E. of St. Louis.
Betty Kogut and Steve Fitz-
gerald were chosen to represent
Central by a committee of teach-
ers. Each contestant submitted a
300 word statement su-mrnarizing
school and community activities.
a photo of himself, and clippings
from newspapers of any of his
Parents were requested to write
a 200 word letter concerning the
contestants family life. Three
people, not related, were asked,
also, to write letters about the
The winners names were an-
nounced at a dinner held for the
contestants, at Elk's Lodge, March
Betty, who received a S100
bond, is now entered in the state
finals. The winner of 'this will
be entered in the National Finals.
At its meeting, February 14,
celebrating the ninety-eighth anni-
versary of the founding of the
school, the alumni of Central
High unanimously passed a reso-
lution "to take care of the pres-
ent school housing emergency
without disturbing Central until
it has been provided a new build-
ing of its own." The 15,000 grad-
uates of Central High were asked
to petition and "strongly urge"
the Board of Education not to take
any action to change the school's
status in the resolution? The
resolution noted that Central.
founded February 11, 1853, is the
oldest public high school west of
The following were elected offi-
cers for the new year: Robert R.
Biggar, presidentg Henry W. Simp-
son, Hans Wulff, Louis B. Wack-
man, vice-presidents, Joseph D.
Brumm, treasurerg Mrs. Margaret
M. Palermo, recording secretary:
Mrs. Estelle Byrne, corresponding
secretaryg Vest Davis, faculty rep-
On October 27, 1950, lMr. Haw-
kins, social studies teacher at Cen-
tral for the past six years, retired.
He had taught in the St. Louis
schools for thirty years. On Sep-
tember 14, 1920, lMr. Hawkins be-
gan his teaching career at McKin-
ley. From there he went to Cleve-
land, where he taught for twenty-
two years before coming to Cen-
tral in 1944. Recently, Mr. Haw-
kins purchased a farm home in
western Missouri, twenty-five miles
from Kansas City. He will raise
vegetables, and Some NSS and
chickens, sufficient for his needs.
Speaking of Mr. Hawkins, Mr.
Alexander stated, "I shall partic-
ularly remember the success of the
Hawkins' conducted tours to Jef-
Central s Enrollment,
'This Term, 1002
Central's enrollment for this
term is 1002- as compared with
1073 last term. There are 447
boys and 555 girls.
The 2's are first with 216, while
the 4's are second with 150. The
l's and 6's are tied for third place
with 132. The 8's are fourth with
Term Boys Girls Total
1 ........ . 65 67 132
2 ..... ....... 6 8 128 216
3 ..... ...... 3 8 53 91
4 ..... ...... 6 7 83 150
5 ...., .... . . 42 57 99
6 ..... ..,... 6 2 70 132
7 .. ., 26 39 65
8 ..... ....., 5 9 58 117
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Central looked superb as she
sank her fifth straight opponent
in league competition, Cleveland,
41-36, and became owners of the
Public High Swim Championship.
This is the flrst swim champion-
ship since 1912 for Central, but
it's not to be the last. The meat
opened with a disputed start, as
only one Central swimmer swam
in the 40-yd. free style, Pollock,
who took third. In the 100-yd,
breast stroke, Borthick finished
second and Bushmann, fourth.
Russnogle remained undefeated
for the season as he won the
200-yd. free style, and Wellman
finished fourth. Sloan came in
second and MacDonald fourth in
'the 100-yd. back stroke. In the
100-yd. free style, Barton finished
third and Skewes, fourth. At this
point of the meet the chances of
Central's winning were pretty low
because the score read, Cleveland
33, Central 13. Then came the
spark that caused burning deter-
mination to flame in the hearts of
Central's swimmers. A late change
in the schedule put Charlie Pen-
dleton in the individual medley,
and few thought he would even
place, but he overcame the two
leading ' Cleveland swimmers in
the last laps and finished second
to Ce'ntral"s Bruce. Then it was
time for the divers to do their
part, and do it they did. Kendall
took first and Czarnecki, third, to
add more points to Central's col-
umn. With only two races left,
it was do or die for Central. In
the medley relay, Sloan, Borthick
and Riebling swam their different
strokes to pound out a first place.
Then, there it was, win the free
style relay or lose the champion-
ship. But Central was too close
to the title and had worked too
long and hard to lose t here with
only one race left. so the free
style relay team got to work and
won, the heroes being Bruce, Bar-
ton, Russnogle and Riebling. At
this point few words can describe
the feelinglof the Central team as
they kissed and hugged one an-
other in happiness. Coach DeFilio
was tossed into the pool and
found himself being hugged by so
inauy of his champs that he
fought to stay on top of water.
Central had defeated Beaumont
the week before by a similar
score. Many of the team's return-
ing swimmers believe they can
retain the title next year with
the backing of the student body.
Mr. Walter Williams, manager
of the Public High League, pre-
sented the swimming trophy td
Mr. Alexander and Coach De Filio
during the recent Aud session
held in honor of the swimming
: M. Erawley, R. Noble, M. Per-
RED AND BLACK STAFF
Sponsor: Mr. Davis
klns, A. Moyer, B. Koqut,D.
Flowers, V. Dunqan, N. Mc-
New, L. Milligan.
Sponsor: Mr. Gundlnch
M. Vickers, J. Enqeln,G.Mann,
B. Keppel, V. Thomas, J. Lu-
kitsch, G. Horton, R. Petrie,
G. Hankins, J.Al1lnon,H,CQmbg
M. Elmer, J. Kassell.
N. Cole, M. Hovath, D. Orrick,
L. Haenchen, P. Flllbrlqht, D.
Richardson, R. Llcavoll, G. Mc-
Cormick, J. Massa, M. Carrlere,
G. Heuermann, M. Watson, Ft.
O'Rourke, S. Gower, E. E.
Chapman, B. Mathews, D.Ftlos
COMMITTEE OF TWENTY
Sponsor: Mr. Christensen
Row li E. Dobbs, L. Lohman, G. But-
ftnqton, B. Buerqln, R. Petrie,
M. Noelken, R. Borthlck, G.
2: J. Garrett, C. Pendleton, G.
Murdock, H. Kadcwakl, E. Ran-
som, H. Bruce, B. Brock.
3: G. Wunderllch, J. Busby, D.
Sponsor: Miss Dickmsn
L. Chung, B. Turner, J. Scl-
accxo, M. Prusaczyk, G. Hor-
ton, B. Koqul, J. Ballard, K.
Sumpter, J. Rhodes, C. Rhodes
M. Glczebrook, S. Rudlofi, F.
Munzer, L. Deben, J. Kqsseu,
B. Newsham, D. Brown, E.
Boatwrtqht, D. Thornpson,E.
B. Garvey, P. Watson, N. Cale
D. Kofron, F. Gill, V. Dunqan,
Leon-1rd,N. McNew, P. Mey-
er, D. Flowers.
J. Enqeln, J. Davis, J. Burdek,
S. Daniels, M.
Kleine, R. Tasch, D. Grlshclm,
: D. Braden, C. Tells-bcxch, P.
w,.1,.mw, r.z. vt-'U t, 1. iiwir -
.ut-, M. Ak.-rs, l'.Mc'.'ulltfu1h,
N. HH mfs, H.m1.n.s,C. rzreu
lrfr, D. Hussr-ll, M. Prnquuz, Z1
:.1t.rk5,c1. Mfcuwmxck, M. Hose,
V. Eusuhon, G. Huslrmnnn, J.
RED AND BLACK STAFF
FIRST TERM SECOND TERM
Editor-in-Chic Class Editors A-?6l?I?Ini?0BLE
EE'1'1Y KOCl,UT I-AURA MU-UGAN MARY HELEN PERKINS
DOLORES FLOWERS A- MOYER
Associate Editor LAURA MILLIGAN CARQLINE RUSH
PEGGY WATSON VIRGINIA DUNGAN MIL-FON NOEI-KEN
MILDRED BRAWLEY A hl v Ed-
t etzc Ltors Liter S uso,
Club Editors ROBERT Asrrwomu MRW5 DAVIS
NORMA MCNEW MAURINE LOBDELL
RCBE MARIE CALVERT School T,-easy,-er
MR. RCBS HOERNER
FIRST TERM THE NEWS STAFF SECOND TERM
Gloria I-lorton Frieda Gill Gerald Mann C0'F1hm1e"
Co-Literary Editors Co-Feature Editors Ffleds Glu
Gloria Horton Io Anne Engeln I IO Anne Engeln
Robert petria Mary Anne Vickers Glona Horton Thelma McCullough
Associate Editors Sports Editor
Ioyce Davis Ioe Lukitsch Thelma McCullough Bill Keppel
SPO!!! Edilm' Associate Sports Editors
B31 KZRPSI Gene Bushmann Bob Iones
apo ers -
Ioyce Bennet Geraldine McCormick Hosemmy Combs Assocmle Editors Mary Elmer
Rosemary Combs lame Massa lo ce Davis Gloria Stufflebean
Mary Elmer Bessie Mathews Y Bob Petrie
Pat Filbriqht Patsy Scharr
Shirley Gower Gloria Stufilebean Reporlers .
Gerrie Heurmann Doris Welch Ioyce Bennet Dorothy Rlchqrdwn
Mary Jane Watson Verda DuBois leanette Reith
Ccmooniln Shirley Dohrendorf Iacquellne Scott
Norma Iune Cole lack Kershner Shlrleylfsower Ruth Tcsch
Shirley Gower Dona Rios Bob I-lerdeman loyce Thomas
Suu Phoioqmphni Stella Iackels Mary lane Watson
Iulla Schroeder Dennis Trimble Mlllon Noelken , D Or1s,We1Ch
1-Ypm, Anita Patterson Shirley Wmstead
Ioan Allison Gloria I-lankins CCINOOIIIIU
Ruby Ballard Janice Kqsgell Norma Iune Cole Shirley Gower
Rose Marie Ratz lack Kershner
Btlilllill Mfmlqil' Photographers
Victor Thomds Julia Schroder Dennis Trimble
Co-Business Manaqer -I-Ypms
Richard O'ROurke Dorothy Dees Marion Hose
, Asmclde Business Manger' Bob Petrie Gloria Stufflebecm
Dale Orrick Lester Haenchen Peggy Watson
Distributing Staff l
Rosalie Licaioli Shirley Rudlolt Busfness Manage'
Editorial and Exchange Director Vlctor Thomas
Wallace C. Gundlach Co-Business Manaqer
Art Consultant Financial Advisor RiChCIrd O'R0urke
Mrs. E. Ross Ellsworth Chapman Digfributign Mqnqggyg
COMMITTEE OF TWENTY
MR. CHRISTENSON, Sponsor
FIRST TERM OFFICERS
JIM GARRETT. .... . ...... .... . .. . .... .. President
SE COND T ERM
CHARLES PENDLETON ...... . Vice-President .... RICHARD HANRAHAN
BOB BRUCE .... .. .... . ......
GENE MURDOCK '
. .... .. Treasurer
LENORE DEBERT ..
JANICE KASSELL ........Rec. Secretary
.. ......... Cor. Secretary
.. .... IOANN ENGELN
me Y. we '
ww -.Y , -5
Sponsor: Miss Freldmrm
1: M. Glacebreok, B. Koqut, B.
Tlemann, F. Munzer, E. Bush-
mann, M. Vickers, R. A1len,M.
Moeller, E. Turner.
: J. Alllson, N. McNew, J. Bal.-
lard, N. Trlckey, B. Judd, B.
Jones, B. Hyde, H. McKeever,
: R. Combs, D. Brown, C. Cox,
J. Kassell, E. Marks, M. El-
mer, M. Kleine, J. Lumla, P.
: D. Meyer, T.Morrlson, B. Doq'
qelt, C. Lavender, S. Ventlm-
lqlla, L. Leong, J. Enqeln, M
5: N. Wanqer, R. Hanrahan, J.
Moore, W. Eufflnqton, G. Mann,
C. Pendleton, E. Knapp.
Sponsor: Miss Friedmsn
l: J. Woods, A. Dennis, J. Bal-
lard, P. Leonard, S. Venti-
mlqlla, M. Elmer, D. B0l'!h1Cl
G. Urban, P. Weber.
2: E. Flozanskl, V. Grisham, S.
Jackels, M. Worley, G. Lac-
key, E. Marks, G. S1oan,D.
Grisham, B. Koqul.
3: R. Borrhlck, J. Klllson. E.
Pennlnqraih, T. Morrison, J.
Davis, M. Hose, J. Kassell.
4: G. Griffith, D. Orrick, R.Cos-
rello, S. Reich, C. Morqan,
E. Bushrnann, J. Lumla.
Sponsor: Miss Martini
Row 1: Betty Komn, Peggy Watson,
Jerxnlenfr Bullard, Vlrqlnlu
Dunqan, Joan Alllson, Dor-
Flow 2:Mlllan Noelkln, Melvn Hen-
rsr, Mary Mlmess, Juck rams-
bqfher, .lvmlce KQSSQ11, H-
Sponsor: Miss Mudni
l: J. Ballard, G. Flandleman,
J. Myers, B. Jones,M. Samp-
-nn, S. Bushmann, M. Bella-
Qcmbu' S. Cunningham, Fl.
2: G. Christian, V. Grisham, M.
Elmer, B. Praqac1,A.Wrlqht
J. Huelnkamp, P. Forsvthe
3: R. Heideman, R. Buerqln,L.
Guenther, G. Kruse, V. Svo-
boda, M. Hearst, M. Ries,
B. Halford, N. Hlbbltts.
4: J. James. C. Pendleion, B .
Ashworth, F. Peavson, H.
Skidmore, N. Clements.
Kogut , Betty
V IIE!-S I!
Kreuzer, Clara Louise
VIII "Els "
VI KIEYS 9,
Kreuzer, Clara Louise
II IGEDS il
ll "E's" cont.
J etton, Eileen
4, nv 4.1 ,,, ,
W .f if ffl
1.. Q' .Lev-ui
Sponsor: Mr. Mnsson
G. Lackey, E. Jetton, D. Bra-
den, D. Grlsham, D. Harris,
T. Doyel, S. Stalcup, J. Hen'
nett, C. Emerson, M. Hearst,
Row 2: M. Brawley, H. McCracken,
B. Camp, W. Heldemann, M.
Watson, S. Gower, V. Reed,
J. Keathley, D. Brown, L.. Dunn
W. Clarke, L. Chaney, E. Mur-
ray, B. Benner.
J. Jackson, M. Alyeo, J. Boz-
zl, H. Slaten, O. Sullln, D.
Roberts, T. Rlebellnq.
Sponsor: Miss Hanks
P. Jackson, D. Flowers, C.
Kreuzer, F. Munzer, R. Dog-
qett, J. Ballard, D. Henson
S. Gulttar, E. Boatwrlqht.
R. Calvert, R. Molkenbur, D.
Trlqq, G. Horton, M. Stone,
B. Koqut, M. Flotron, J. Rec-
kert, G. Stutllebean, D. Bort-
D. Grisham, V. Tripp, L. Laf-
ferty, S. Wlnstead, P. Watson,
1. Wilson, L. Debert, S. Doh-
rendorf, B. Newsham, L. So-
moqye, E. Capstlck.
G. Sloan, E. Jetton, D. Rus -
sell, B. Plotron, G. Gunter,
E. Marks, B. Garvey, N. Cole,
E. Downey, R. Havener.
G. Diaper, C. Juenqst, L. Cox,
C. Houscxm, P. Hussnoqle, E.
Doggett, R. Borthlck, A. Hlos.
Ft. Smlth, K. Leonard, G. Tib-
hles, T. Sutton,T. Gunn,J.Mc-
mer, J. Franke, J. James.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Sponsor: Miss Hanks
M. Vltale, M. Henthorne, M.
Konsewlez, S. Neske, S. Bush-
mann, B. Hyde, J. Becker, G.
Taft, E. Kolocotronls.
J. Pllcher, S. Best, J. Hall, V.
Georgie, C. Kortum, M. Kleine,
M. Sampson, G. Leeseman, H .
L.. Sprlqqs, S. l-ludq1ns,W.L,ee,
fer, I. Wilson, C. Thompson, M.
Somoqye, N. Allen, G. Urban,
M. Voderberq, N. Moore, N.Tote
V. Grisham, F. Jomes, G. John-
son, M. Marlin, B. Haywood, J.
Benwell, D. Wachter.
L. Moll, C. Rush, A. Pillmun,
B. Praqacz, M. Whltson, H.
Combs, D. Gill, P. Gutzler,
D. Watson, J. Dahmer, P. Far-
rle, D. Welch.
A. Lupo, E. Rankin, H. Brant-
ley, L. Fiist, W. Dickenson, E.
enclorf, M. Bott, B. Whitney, B.
Zohner, S. Kilgore.
S. Sutton, V. Utnaqe, D. Myers,
A. Kolocotronls, M. Garner, N.
Johnson, V. Jlvlden, P. Flll-
brlght, K. McDonald, B.Hubbs ,
M.Krull, N.Szychowsk1, S. Holt
Sponsor: Miss Hanks
J. Barton, E. Webb, G. Sloan,
H. Borthlck, H. Farrell, D.
Skewes, P. Mosschelln, D.Do-
2: H. Heidemann, T. Sims, P.
RUSSUOQ1e, A. Hedrl::k,C. Lav-
ender, M. Shafer, K. Ftaymer,
J. James, J. Laskowttz, F.
Frlshman, I.. Cox, G. Chrum,
D. Francois, A. Constantin, B.
C. Juenqst, G. Dlsper, F. Bau-
mann, K. Wetteroth, H. Dog-
qett, N. Costley.
B. Hearst, C. Hardin, W. Henry,
B. Mercur1o,G. Tlbbles, T. Sut-
ton, D. Garner.
MR. K. J. MASSON, Director
Student Director ...... .. ...... . ................. .,,,,, JOE BOZZI
Librarian .. .... .... .... BILL E. CAMP
Equipment Manager ..,. LARRY CHANEY
Secretary ................ ,, MARY JANE WATSON
Treasurer .. .... .. .... SHIRLEY GOWER
Drum Major .. .... .... .... . ..............THELMA DOYEL
FLUTES: Harold McCracken, Nancy Graf. CLARINETS: Dorothy Braden, Gladys
Lacke D ' G ' h
y, ons us am, Joyce Bennett, Charlene Emerson, Melva Hearst,Louise
Boyd, Terry Hosford, Ida Deering, Gloria Wood, Earline Erwin. SAXOPI-IONESg
Wm. Heidemann, Bill E. Camp, Geraldine: Barfield. HORNS: Mary J. Watson,Shir-
ley Gower, Dan Rygelski, Shirley Cappel. CORNETS: joe Bozzi, Harry Slaten ,
Robert Huett, Tom Riebellng, Paul Caroli. TROMBONES: Dolores Brown, Will-
iam Clarke, Luther Dunn, Peg y Hamilton, Alice Stroud. BARITONES: Mary Al-
yea, Harvey Jackson. TUBA: Yernon Reed, Max Mayberr . PERCUSSION: Larry
Chaney, Robert Richards, Bill Benner, Patsy Fields, Bill Schulze.
MISS HANKS, Sponsor
FIRST TERM OFFICERS SECOND TERM
BOB DOGGETT ...... ...... . .. ..... President ..........GERALD DISPER
JEANIENE BALLARD... ..... Vice-President .. .... RICH BORTHICK
GENE DOGGETT . ..... Secretary BETTY KOGUT
FRANCES MUNZER .. ...... . .... Treasurer .. .... PHIL RUSSNOGLE
SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
MISS HANKS, Sponsor
FIRST TERM OFFICERS SECOND TERM
SHIRLEY WEBB .. .... ..... President . .... . MARY SOMOGYE
PEGGY KLINE .. .... .... . . .... .... Q Vice-President MARTHA GARNER
SHIRLEY BUSHMANN .. Secretary-Treasurer SHARON HUGGINS
MISS HANKS, Sponsor
This Club had no Officers.
Sponsor: Miss Doyle
Row 1: G. Hunklns, P. Vurqo,D. Brown
N. Hoque, D. Grisham, S. Nes-
ke, K. Sumpler, E. Flozanskl.
Flow 2: E. Ransom, D. Baker, Fl.Lun-
hom, P. Flllbrlqht, l. Hemcrn,
C. Hush, D. Soncclsie.
Sponsors: Mr. Prelutslry and
Flow 1: L. Cox, P. Russnoqle, E. Grif-
fith, D. Baker.. G. Buiilnqton,
E. Buerqin, T. Hosford, J. Mut-
Row 2: B. Cooper, R. Coszello, H. Ga-
lermann, Fl. Durnskl, R. Bruce,
J. Wolfman, E. Harrison.
EL Eco DE ESPANA
Spon sort Miss Kramer
Flow 1: M. Acres-, G. Horton, J. Ar-
nold, G. Stufflebeun, F. Mun-
rer, H. Koqur, M. sums, 1.
PQW 2: 1. Hnqeln, C. Hush, C. merr-
wr, D, Russell, s. Ackersrm,
now 3: 5. Mnfrvmmld, M. Prqq, Mrss
EL ECO DE ESPANA fSPRINGJ
Sponsor: Miss Kramer
Flow l: .l. Swmrilrs, M. Acres, N. E-
MS, V. Dunqmr, G. Smurf--
rmn, B. rcoqua, E. Kel...-fs
Row 2: T. Palcs, J, Arnold, M. P1-111,
K. Macljcwnnld, CT. Kreuzor,
D. Russell, D. Flirshnrflsnn ,
MR. DE FILIO, Sponsor
President ......... .... DALE ORRICK
Vice-President GENE BUSHMANN
Secretary .... ........... DON MIRTH
Treasurer ........ .... . .. STEVE FITZGERALD
Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,, DAN WELLMAN
MR. PRELUTSKY and MR. SVOBODA, Sponsors
President . .... . .... .... . .......... BOB COOPER
Vice-President . .... BOB BRUCE
Treasurer ..... ....... B OB DURASKI
EL ECO DE ESPANA
MISS KRAMER, Sponsor
FIRST TERM OFFICERS SECOND TERM
BETTY KOGUT . .... President .... ....ELVA KOLOCOTRONIS
JACK ARNOLD .... ......... Vice-President .... .... . BETTY KOGUT
FRANCES MUNZER .... .... ...... .... S e Creldry . .... . ...... .. GLORIA STUFFLEBEAN
GLORIA STUFFLEBEAN Treasurer VIRGINIA DUNGAN
TOASTMISTRESS NO. 1
Sponsor: Miss Miller
Row 1: G. Heuermunn, J. Enqeln, D.
Fxowers, F. Gill, v. Dunqqn,
M. Horvcxih, F. Munzer, B.Brown
D.Gr1shum, L.. M1111qm1,M.Brsw-
ley, E. Jetton, D. Braden, J.
Rutchmcxnn, E. Noble, M. Akers.
I. Farmer, L. Debert, N. Cole,
J. Bullard, D. Dees, N. Haque,
D. Thompson, P. Leonard, N.
McNew, G. Tuff.
J. Gumber, J. Kassell, J. Swln-
dle, N. Hlbbits, M. Hose.
TOASTMISTRESS NO. 2
Sponsor: Miss Miller
Row 1: R. Kuelln, D. Gill, D. Kofron,
V.Grlshum, I. Wllson,E.Murks.
P. Guizler, B. Pruqccz, J. HBH'
nett, S. Gciwer, A. Plllmcm, G.
McCormlck, A. Anderson, D.
Rlchcrdson, C. Dellenbuch, C.
C. Kreuzer, M. Muness, L. Laf-
ferty, J. Davis, J. Burdek, S.
Hudloff, M. Prusqczyk, M. E1-
mer, M. L.obdell,G. Lessemcn,
C. Duvls, M. Worley, M. Hint-
TOASTMASTLRS NO. 1
Sponsor: Mr. Davis
J. Gum-zz, H.S1f:qvr, Mr. Duv-
C. Pendlelwrn, H. Swvtnum, H.
Crvste-lln, T. Sutton, Str-ve
Fitzgerald, J. Fr-rqusrm, R.
Tlenmmn, J. Ke-athley,G.Slocn.
TOASTMASTERS NO. 2
Sponsor: Mr. Davis
Row 1: H. McDonald, L. Guenther, B.
Buerqln, G. Bufflnqton, R.Lcm-
hum, B. Baker, J. Howard.
Flow 2: J. Purkewlcz, T. Pollock, E.
Hueti, P. Fiussnoqle, E. Mc-
Cormack, Mr. Davis.
Row 3: B. Walden, E. Klely, J. Blck,
E. Selby, P. Jusso, Fl. Klsslr.
TELESIS JUNIOR TOASTMISTRESS NO. 1
MISS MILLER, Sponsor
FIRST TERM OFFICERS SECOND TERM
MILDRED BRAWLEY ...... ........, P resident .... THELMA MCCULLOUGH
LAURA MILLIGAN .. Vice-President .... GLORIA HANKINS
DORISH GRISHAM ......SeCreldry .. .... . LENORE DEBERT
DONA RIOS .... Treasurer . .... ..GEANIENE BALLARD
TELESIS JUNIOR TOASTMISTRESS NO. 2
MISS MILLER, Sponsor
FIRST TERM OFFICERS SECOND TERM
AUDREY PILLMAN ......................Presidenl MAURENE LOBDELL
GERALDINE McCORMICK...... Vice-President .... .... . .. MARY MANESS
JOYCE DAVIS .. ........ .... . .... Secretary .......BESSIE HYDE
ALICE ANDERSON .......Treasurer .........PAT GUTZLER
JUNIOR TOASTMASTERS NO. 1
MR. DAVIS, Sponsor
FIRST TERM OFFICERS SECOND TERM
DONALD BAKER '
JIM GARRETT ..
JUNIOR TOASTMASTERS NO. 2
MR. DAVIS, Sponsor
FIRST TERM OFFICERS
RICHARD LANHAM President
CHARLES MILLER.. ...... Vice-President
JOE POLLOCK . .... Secretary
U H Sergeant-at-Arms
.. .... .... BILL PETTY
.. .... . .... . .... JIM LEWIS
N HARLEY Mc DONALD
Sponsor: Miss Beck
How I: C. Svlfxrlelisrr, P. Lurwrxrrd, V.
Eofxtwrxqht, J. E-xllurxi, K.
s-.mmf-r, v. Gnorqw, M. sf. wr
M. Moeller, A. Moyrr.
Row 2: N. Vols-, F. Hr-rzrwq, E. Hwy
wood, IJ. Tfxsch, M.Vl1'k9rs
J. Swindle, In. Grish-'1m,IV. Fwfos
I. W xlson.
HQW 3: S. Huy, H. nmml.-y, c.m-mr-fx
M. Arms, V. 50141, V. rmnspf,
cz. Gunlrrr, fs. rrhrxszmq.
How 4: M. Gamers, R, Hrmmmfr, .v.
Hoidmrmnn, p, j:.,,SS,,,,.,lv, IW,
nuker, V. PSM., V.
H. Knduwur., Firm
raw 5.1 Q.
T4f'wPhrv1,l, Buck, Id. Cxfxmrv,
CENTRAL BOOK ENDS
Sponsor: Mrs. Ford
HOW 1: M. LJrbrrn,V- NV11f"Hl'rf. N- Mrk-
M, F. NQn1,f.m, J
HOW 2: J. Pllchor, F. Van-J
A. wrrqhc, L. cnmm.
How 3: C. Cook, f.l.unfir1
A. Stroud, G. Bild
Thorp, M. Carriers,
J. Bowlsby, M. li
Ford, v, rmevn., L:
ham, E. Swwrk, FI.
Wflstl mfr, El.-u
Q, V. Mn-
k, .-w.. 1.-Uk,
P. 1 mas,
. u ulrnlnfi-
HORTICULTURE CLU B
Sponsor: Mr. R. W. Hi
. P. mgynr, ew. E-orlh
ur., B. r
E. Psxnkm, G. vcr
: M. vvmes
man, T. T
lck, N. Gm
On, 5. suQrm....n, 1-.
r, A. I.c'wls,
LS. lf mrflls, Hn mths, F . Gull-
1.-r, W. .s1.m1l,..wr1., M. Kirkhlrr
lf . K' xtfwlw.
U: rl Iwrvw fxsss-ll, B.
w Mr. Hilwbn
lirurnrnvt, H. He-idemcrnn, B.
sichulzl-, Ee. Whmmy, F. Hur-
por, M. Byers, M. Lobdzill, L.
J. Thorp, H. Lemke, K.F1x, V.
Kupior, E. Klely, L.. Anderson,
C. Millet, B. Walden.
Sponsor: Mr. Hibbert
P. Vitale ADenn1l, J. Eyre
P. Boswell, N. Bs11,J.Wac-
ksr, J. Heidbreder, M. Ma-
zurek, M. Hughes.
I... Williams, B. Whitney, T.
ford, D. Borthlck, M. Byars,
S. Bramley, M. Whituon, J.
Braun, S. Suermunn,P. Guiz-
lor, C. Miller, T. Halford
R. Combi, S. Daniels.
B. Schulze, B. Walden, J.
Blck, W. Olstsn, J. Ander-
son, D. Hopmann, E. Hu
qhas, E. Rankin, A. Gru-
ham, M. Lobdell.
5:Mr. Hlbberi, J . Thorp, E.
Klely, R. Hcmrahun, K.F'lx
CLEO DEMENT .... . ....
VERDA DU BOIS
BETTY FLOTRON --
NORMAN GATLIN .. .. ..
.. .... . ..... SeC,.Treas.
MISS BECK, Sponsor
.... President .. ..
.. ...... RICHARD HANRAHAN
CENTRAL BOOK ENDS
MRS FORD, sponsor
OFFICERS SECOND TERM
.... President .... . .......... .... . . JOAN PILCHER
Vice-President .. .... .... . FRANKIE NORTHCUTT
Secretary . YVONNE FISCHBACH
.. .... Treasurer ....... .. .... ..,. .... N O RMA PARKER
MR. HIBBERT, Sponsor
OFFICERS SECOND TERM
President ...... NORMAN GATLIN
Vice-President .... .. .... ED KIELY
Secretary ' "" SHIRLEY DANIELS
Treasurer .. .... JACK BICK
Sponsor: Miss Pierce
Row 1: D. Browng D. Grisham, M. Vick-
ers, J. Ballard, G. Herron, K.
Sumpter, E. Fiozanslrl, N.Hogue
M. Jackels, C. Mlller, D.Wach-
ter, M. Horvaih, G. Siinnett, B.
J. Enqe1n,E1. Jetion, H. Hanrn-
han. Fl. Doqqeti, H. Lanham,
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF
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Boy ' Athletic
COACH, MR. VERNON BRADBURN
The 1950 Baseball Team won the State Championship be-
hlnd the superlatlve pltchlng of Frank Baumann, who flnlshed
the season with five consecutive victories. The team had a
5-5 record ln the clty league.
The following are scores of the clty games:
Central ....... 2 Roosevelt ....
Central. . . 5 Cleveland. . . . .
. . . . 7 Soldan-Blewett . .
. . . 7 McKinley. . . .
. . . . 5 Befxumont. . .
. . . . 12 Roosevelt . .
. . . 3 Cleveland . .
Central. . . . 6 Eureka. . . .
Central. . . .13 Hadley . . . .
Central. . . 6 Soldan-Blewett . .
Central. . . . 0 Beaumont. . . . .
"Scores of the State Meet"
Central. . . 1 Southwest .... .
Central. . . 6 Cape Glrardeau . .
Central. . . 5 Beaumont. . . .
Central ....... 2 St. Mary's ......
April 3rd Central lost their ftrst league game. Although
Frank Baumann was the losing pitcher, he held Roosevelt
to slx hlts.
April 'l-ith, Central lost their second league game. During
this game Central was ahead ln the fourth inning. Pat
Hughes had two singles and one walk and Mike Scaglione
had a double.
April 17th. Central won their third league game. Baumann's
pltchlng had a lot to do with this because he held Soldan-
Blewett to only three hits, and these were slngles. In this
game Pat Hughes trlpled, whlle Ken Kortum and Bob Jones
had two runs.
April 20thQ Although Central lost this game, the batters
were splendid. Ken Kortum hit a home-run, Felgenbutz hit
a triple, and the rest of the twelve hlts were slngles.
April 24th. ln this game Baumann struck out 10 batters. In
the 9th inning Central raised the score from 1 to 5 runs.
May 3rd. The best part of this game came tn the 4th lnnlng
when Jones hlt a home-run, Hughes and O'Mara doubled,
Scagllone singled, and Matteonl walked. The outstanding
hitters were O'Mara, 3 out of 4: Jones, 2 out of 4: and
Hughes, 2 out of 4
May ltll. ln this game Central's hits were Felgenbutz, a
home-rung Scagllone an error hit, Csolak and O'Mara singles.
May 6th, This game had splendid fleldlng, and three runs in
the 3rd lnnlng, and three runs ln the 6th inning. Bob Mcxtteonl
had a pair of singles.
Moy 8th. This game was Lavender's second league victory.
ln the game Jones stole both home and second base twlce.
Kortum had two singles, and O'Mara a pair of doubles. As
a result of this victory, Central was ln fourth place.
May 16th. In this game Central beat Soldan-Blewett for the
second time this season. Kortum tripled with two men on.
Hughes, Matteont, and l'-'elgenbutz hit triples. Frank Plsccl-
otta, a freshman left-handed pltcher,rnade hls tlrst start this
season, and was credlted for this victory.
May 18th. This was the last game of the league. Merritt,
the pitcher for Beaumont gave Central only three hlts and
these were made by Wlerclak, Felgenbutz and Scagllone.
COACH, MR. WALLACE C. GUNDLACH
A fighting Central tennis team had an unlrnpresslve season
last tall. Coached by Mr. Gundlach, the boys played hard
every match, but were beaten by more experienced teams.
The team wound up ln last placed ln the Publlc League with
a record of 4 matches won and 31 matches lost. But the
record does not tell the whole story. The team was plagued
with lnjurles. One of their key men was slck with pneumon-
la, and another, Norman Ilges, died from head injuries re-
cetved ln gym. The team was inexperienced last season
and are looking forward to a better one next year . The let-
termen were N. Ilges, J. Franke, L. Rose, H. Skldmore,
and T. Thorton.
"Tho State Moet"
These games were played on May 22 fSouthwest1g May 25
tCape Glrardeautg May 26 tBeaumont11 and May 29 fSt.
Mary'sl. These games were all won by Central and this
was due to Baumar-m,"The Redwtng Southpaw",plus the out-
fleldlng, and our wnnderful batters such as O'Mara, Kortum,
Felgenbutz, Wlerclak, and J ones.
In wlnnlng flve consecutive games, Baumann gave up only
two runs and 17 hlts in the47 lnnlngs and struck out 67 men.
Washington University, sponsors of the tournament, pre-
sented Captaln Pat O'Mara wlth a trophy on whlch was ln-
scrtbed "Champions, State Tournament, 1950". This was
the first baseball trophy Centrzl had won slnce 193 7.
On Juno 8th the "Baseball Champ1ons" were given a Spa-
ghetti Dinner. Coach Bradburn presented every player aLet-
ter, and Mr. Alexander had ordered a miniature gold baseball
for each player.
The lettermen are:
Wlerciak, O'Mara, Jones, Kortum, Felgenbutz, Baumann,Sca-
gllone, Keppel, Matteonl, Hughes, Bushmann, Csolak, Laven -
COACH, MR. RALPH R. KIRN
The Redwlng track team started off the season right with
a victory over McKinley and Soldan-Blewett in a triangular
meet, by the scores of QCM, 75Z, and 72 points respectively.
Central was beaten in their next meet by their powerful rl-
vals from Beaumont, 133 to 62. Hadley followed by glvlng
the squad a sound thumping, 108 to 85. Central got back ln
the wlnnlng column by outrunnlng McKinley, 103W to 8655.
The team followed by rnmnlng over a strong St.I..ouls U. High
squad, 1072 to 78M. Southwest interrupted Central's hol-
iday by noslng them out 105K to EBM. The team ran very
hard against Normandy of the Suburban League only to be
pushed aside 41K to 372.
In the Annual Relay Carnlval the team did not do so well,
although the junior team did take thlrd place, On city Field
Day every thing turned out wrong, as Ftlchard Strtnnl was
hurt and the team itself dld very little. All in all, however,
lt was a pretty good season as Central wound up ln third
place ln the strong Public League. The team dld well last
year and with less injuries and a few breaks the tedm should
go places this season. The lettermen were as follows: R.
Adler, D. Adler, D. St. George, S. Fitzgerald, G. Murdock,
J. Barton, B. Davis, J. Kershner, J. James, J. Moore, H.
Lempe, R. Strlnnl, G. Sloan, B. Kendal, and A. Plgg.
COACH, MR. ANTHONY F. DeF1LIO
The league football scores this eason were
Central . . . 13 Roosevelt .... . 38
Central . . . 0 Southwest .... . 52
Central . 12 Beaumont. . . 33
Central . 6 Cleveland .... 33
Central . 12 Soldan-Blewett . 0
Central. . . 12 McKinley. . . 20
Central . 41 Cleveland. . , 36
B0 ' Athletic'
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BASEBALL TEAM 1950 X - . - V. " ' V ',. 'S
K v - A-an ' n 1, 'I .- V . , ,, V, V. . .nw
Coach: Mr. Bradburn l g ' Q, W , vm v 1 K -af . ,, ' ' 1 . ff
'W ' ' ' , . . f 2, - ,zj ' -. 1 - 'wif ., ' r 'fd 1" .
Pun-N li G. Mnnn, B. Jones, H. scnqu- ina Y ff- H ' ' ,." 'f . - ., 5' 'H "' f
one, K. Korturn, J. wmrnxuk, I - . A a ' ' ,, D A , , ' . - ' ' 'Q
F. Baumann, P.o'Muru, v.re1- K. ' Q, 1 P A 1 E ,Q ','- Q xg, ., V ,P J 5.
qenbutz, P. Hughes, B. Munn- ,W - f Q ' 'J " ' , 1 I , , ff 4
onl, V. P.-lscnrnnn, c.1.uvn-nd-nr - ,' ,Q H f, 1- . , . ,ug ' " W ' , ,TI - 5, . '
www Coach Er'1dburn,E. Jonnnmnq- . , A ' N " ' - F , Q . f' 3'
meier,I'.P1sclotta,B.Keppe-1, V ' .4 ' an - Q-nv -- A A - J J . ' ff
J. Blnsrunnef, 1. ovens, c. A U- 5 Q : f' A W - , , '1 bt 1 1 3 .4 1
Pendleton, F, Housum, G. Cso- J" 7 fa .85 -I" - 9 . ' ' 5 A X -fs ' I , luk, 5, Hnmuwuy, K. Eunnfnnn, L 6 fi ' ' ., q -, , wi - 3 '
V. Lanqlpy, G. Res-d. ' ,K v K ,fl ut' .I Q, Ah 1 0 A, 4 f Q, Q
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Sponsor: Mr. Tennis
Row 1: R. Saunders, G. Tall, M.
Sampson, G. Horlon
Flow 2: J. Sclaccio, B. Koqut, M.
Pruucxczyk, D. Frischmcxn
J. Ballard, K. Sumpter.
Coach, Mr. DeFilio
Haw 1: G. Sloan, J. Czarnockl, H.
Jackson, Fi. Kendall, L.
Bulchmunn, H. Davis, R.
J. Barton, R. Bruce, D.Wo1l-
man, J. Rlebellnq, C,Pun-
dleton, J. Pollock, P. Rus!-
noqla, Mr. DeFll1o
In the Hadley meet Jlm Rlebltng had two flrsts, in
the 40 yard free style and the 100 YCI1'd bGCkSi1'0ke-
Phil Russnogle was undefeated for the third stralght
time in the 200 yard free style. Rich Borthlck had a
bad shoulder and was dlsqualffled, losing his first
PIUCS in the 100 yard breast stroke to Bruce Stager.
Bob Bruce brought forth a first fn the 200 yard free
style. Central finished second and thlrd tn the 100
yard free style. Jim Barton came ln second,and Char-
lie Pendleton came ln third. The excellent divers of
this meet were Kendell and Czarenkl.
The Soldan-Blewett meet was the second league win
for Central. ln the 40 yard free style Jim Rlebllng
came fn first, and Jfm Barton was second. Phil Russ-
nogle came ln first ln the 200 yard free style, and Bob
Bruce was second. ln the 100 yard backstroke Crea-
han and 'Sloan made first and second. Bruce and Bor-
thlck came ln first and second ln the lndlvldual medley.
In the 100 yard breast the Stager brothers cameln sec-
ond and third. Central came in first in the free style
relay. In diving Harvey Jackson came ln wlth a ffrst
In the Roosevelt meet Central received first in the
100 yard back stroke, the 100 yard free style, the 200
yard free style, and the free style relay.
The Beaumont meet was a real moral V1Ci01'Y- Cent
tral came though with flying colors, wlnnlng the meet
44 to 33.
The Cleveland meet was Central's last city league
meet. With a'vfctory of 41 to 36, Central won the
On October 7th Central lost their flrst league game,
to Roosevelt. In this game Bobby Jones, Joe Wierclak
and Clem I-Iousam shone for Central with the1r'runnlng
and passing. In tackling lt was Don St. George, and fn
puntfng lt was Don Garner. Don Garner made four beau-
October 14, 1950, is a bad date for Central to remem-
ber. In this-game Southwest had much better form than
Central. Central was unable to get its attack going or
its defense set up. Thls game was the flrst in which
one team was beaten from the kick-off. Despite our
loss Don St.George shone on defense, with Clem Hou-
sam accounting for the small ground attack.
On October 28th the game between the Wings and
Dutchmen started out to be very close. C1eve1and's'
victory was due to the superior manpower. The one
touchdown for the Redwlngs was scored by Clem
Housam. The standouts on offense were Vince Fei-
qinbutz, who had exceptional speed, and Clem Hou-
sam. On defense it was Don St. George and Charley
November 'llth the Red Wings won their game with
Soldan-Blewett. Outstanding on the llne were Gene
Murdock and Paul Langley. In backfleld lt was Nor-
man Costeley, Joe Wlerciak, and Don St. George.
November 17th ended.Central's 1950 football sea-
son- There were 1500 Spectators to view this thrill-
lng game, ln which Central lost. Thoughout the game
Clem Housam showed great speed. Don St. George and
Felgenbutz shared in the attacks.
Central's final standing was one victory and five
defeats. The lettermen were: Don St. George, Gene
Murdock, Charley Pendleton, Vince Feigenbutz, Paul
Langley, Frand Ranbano, Joe Wlerclak, Harry Tacka-
berry, Syl. Reich, Steve Fitzgerald, Ron Conroy, Gene
Bushmann, Don Gamer, Clem Housam, Norman Cost-
ley, Bob Jones, and Jim Alford.
In the Normandy Christmas Tournament,Central upset
7th seeded Lutheran 47 to 45. In the next round of the
tournament, however, Central was defeated by Maple-
wood 52 to 50.
The Redwlngs got off to a fine start tn league play
by defeating Hadley 62 to 35. Central could not break
lnto the wlnnlng column ln their next three games,get-
ting defeated by Roosevelt 47 to 43, Beaumont 56 to
Ra f-md Fflnvnlnnd RR tn 42. Central trounced Soldan-
Boy ' Athletic'
COACH, MH. ANTHONY F. DeFILlO
Our swimming team dld exceptionally well, winning
the Clty Championship, Coach DeFfllosald, "There
should be a bigger lmprovement, whenthe team ls able
to practice five nlghts a week." The team now prac-
tices at the Northside "Y" two nights a week.
Because of the Championship, the whole team let-
tered. They were Bob Kendell, Gene Bushmann, Jim
Barton, Charles Pendleton, Dan Wellman, Gene Sloan,
Bruce Stager, Frank Stager, Harley McDonald, Bob
Bruce, Joe Pollock, Richard Borthnlck, John Czarenkl
Phil Russnogle, Jerry Creahan, Bill Harrlson, Lester
Rose, I-Iarvey Jackson, David Squles, Clem Housam.
The City League scores were:
Central ...... 50 Hadley ..... 27
Central ...... 59 Soldan-Blewett . 16
Central ...... 41 Roosevelt. . . . 36
Central ...... 44 Beaumont. . . . . . 33
ln the Principia meet, Phil Russnogle was the only
Redwlng to produce a first. This first was ln the 200
yard freestyle. The final score was 57 to 13 ln favor
The flnal score of the Normandy meet was 37M to
ZBM. The winning team was Normandy. Phil Russ-
nogle took another first ln the 200 yard free Style, and
Jtm Rlebllng had a first in the 40 yard free style. Jim-
Barton, Bob Bruce, .Ilm Ftfebllng, and Phfl Russnogle
combined in taking a first ln the 200 yard free style re-
COACH, MR. VERNON BRADBURN
As the final buzzer sounded to end the lQ50-195119115
ketball season, Central finished tn sixth PIQCG- ln the
Public High League. The teams flnlshlng ahead of
Central were Beaumont, McKinley, Roosevelt, Cleve-
land and Southwest.
Central had a league record of two wins and flve
losses and an over-all record of 7 wins and 13 losses.
Steve Fitzgerald with the Clifford Marik Trophy
Boy ' Athletic
TRACK TEAM 1950
Coach: Mr. Kim
TENNIS TEAM 1950
Conch: Mx. Gundhch
T. Thox-tan, H. Skidmore, N. I1-
qes, E. Sicxndlnq, J. Murphy.
B. Russell, L. Rose, Mr. Gund
luch, J. Franke, E. Gray.
Sponsor: lr. DeFilio
1: J. Burton, R. Hathaway, D.
Minh, J. Ri.obe11nq,S. Fitz-
qerald, E. Bulhmunn, D.Or-
rick, H. Skldmom, G.Sloan.
2: F. Rubano, H. Tackaherry,
B. Haley, B. Devil, D.
Shawna, R. Borthxcb. H.
McDonald, B. Kundall, H.
3: P. Rullnoqla, J. Obcrtl,
dock, C. Houlum, B. Harri-
lon, B. Tlcmann, M. Scaq-f
Ilona, F. Pllcloita.
4: S, Reich, D. Garner, A. Plqq,
J. Jamal, D. Vol1man,.l.Malt-
lor, J. Pollock, L. Role, R.
Bruce, F. Frlschman, B. Ma!-
5: J. Blnlbachcr, R. Hanrahun,
J. Moore, T. Palos, D. Ad-
ler, F. Baumann, H. Llmka,
C. Plndloton, J. Alford, B.
Kcppll, J. Koklhnlr.
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Boy ' Athletic
FOOTBALL "A" TEAM
Coach: Mr. DeFilio and Mr. Carlisle
How li P. Lnnqley, C. Pendleton, G.
Murdwcx, C. '-lousrxm, D. Sl.
Gemrqe, E. Jonas, J. Wlercmk,
How 2: J. Lukllsuh, I. Garrett, D. Ad-
ls-r, H. 'lhuckuber y, E. Dv-
Frvnder, S. Rmrlw, G. Bush-
How 2: J. Alum, J. wma, J. Mueller,
J. Gmdy, c. Simmons, v.
FOOTBALL "B" TEAM
Coach: Mr. Kirn
How l: H. Klsslr, N. Wfmqs-r, Mr.Dqv-
is, Fl. Mclllnqly, G. Bullinq-
mn, wm.c1mk, D. smnh.
Row 2: E. Kinq, J. Burrell, H. Lemke,
R. Baker, Wm. Olslen,R.Bruce
Fi. Fsllln, Fl. Gfmnon, J. Mur-
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Conch: Mr. Bradburn
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Jones, J, Elnsbacher, B. Tle-
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Coach: Mr. Bradburn
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