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

 - Class of 1954

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The June Glass "WilI,' We, the June, 1954, Graduating Class of Central High School, being of minds and sound bodies fwe hopelj, do hereby will and bequeath our following "acquirings" of the past four years to the remaining students. To the fool who is willing to take it Che's not particular, in fact, -he's glad to get rid of itj Elmer King leaves his ability to "sing", The Tony Martin of C-entral, Bob Eollin, leaves his singing voice to Charlie Morgan, while Gloria Kruse bestows her voice upon Myrna Wray. Doug Creemens wants Bill Root to have his sense of humor, and Irene Mirth gives Gail Jewell her speaking ability. Marlene Understall receives Shirley Baldauf's friendliness, and Sharon Bresley, Joan Allen's personality. 'iGenerous" Dave Reynolds and Ted Gawlak leave their height to Dave Grewe and John Pendleton. Could you spare it boys? In the event that Richard Smith should need them Cwe doubt itj Gene Ethridge leaves him his brains. Jackie Myers shares her intelligence with anyone who needs it, while Nancy Graf specifically leaves her smartness to Jerry Barfield, because she thinks that he could use it. Some of the teachers will benefit from the graduating class too. Norm Wanger wants to give Mr. Cartwright the "birdies" from his camera. Joe Crowe gladly gives Mr. Powell his chair in chemistry, and Bob Lukitsch wants Mr. Chapman to have all his undone homework in Retailing. Three vacant seats are left to the Band by Don Roberts, Bill Schulze and Max Mayberry. Thavius Lewis, Dennis Trimble and Wayne Burkhardt leave the fun they had in the Mike Club. Betty Parker, Karen Wray, Jean Pervorse and Luellen Whitney leave their home- work to any other studious individual. The "unusual" sayings of Bob Panosh go to anyone that has the nerve to take them. ' Betty McReynolds, Osa King, Pansy Nicho- las and Shirley Richardson leave all the men at Central to posterity. This took a little doing, but Pat Kiel finally agreed to share her boy- friends with the rest of the girls. Mary Ellen Weaver bestows her pleasing smile upon Willo- dene Drake: and, if Pat Shumacher,wants it, she can have Bonnie Jones's laugh. Barbara Bell's absent-mindedness goes to Mary Huermann. Norma Bronsky bestows her sweet ways upon Carol Pitzer. The time and space they took up while at Central are left by Joe Monterosso, Ron Suer- man and James Wolfe. Those happy to be just leaving are George Brown, Jerry Gunn, Max Mayberry, Doyle Raylield, Floyd Baumbach and Joe Benwell. Rich Allison and Max Tarp- ley leave to the rest of the track team, the many miles that are ahead of them in the coming season. Larry Smith receives from Jim. Hogue a pair of water wings with best wishes for a successful season in swimming next year. Erank Pisciotta leaves the entire baseball team his wishes for continued success. To Al' Holtman goes one dozen slightly used tennis balls from Ed Gray and Harold McKeever. Tom Dierzbicki, Andrew Marshewa and Lee Riebling bequeath their shyness upon Qof all peoplefj Art Moser, Eugene Brunk and Perry Newman. Earl Costephens is leaving behind a sign "Hands Off" which he plans to pin on Bar- bara Eolwarc2ny's back. The phrase "Have you paid your dues?" is left behind by Larry Couch to the next class treasurer. Gary Couch gives Lefty Bushmann his worries about making

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speeches at Color Day and Graduation. To Miss Amend, Gerald Right leaves peace and quietness for her advisory. And to all those lucky guys who are planning to visit Uncle Sam for a short vacation in the near future, Herman Pendleton leaves his Army experiences. Geraldine Herkenhoffs classes at Hadley go to anyone who likes to ride streetcars. Joyce Shelton and Shirley Cannon leave their 7th hours to Mr. Rost, who will be glad to distri- bute them. Betty Halford, Virginia Svoboda, Gloria Wood and Juanita Errett leave the morn- ing gossip outside B lockerroom to Judy Schwab, Eugenie Penningroth and Erna Hill. Shirley Lueckerath's driving ability goes to Irene Kogut, while Ruth Bader receives from Dorothy Pierce her sophisticated ways. Mary Ann Gorski regretfully leaves the News office to Pat Welch and Gene Choate. Catherine Lemp bestows the school office upon Mary Birt- ley and Marian Bishop leaves A'Wally" to Cen- tral. Rie Marchlewski, however, is not leaving anything. She is taking everything. including Joe Crowe. Barbara Tebbenhoff and Pat Rea- gan leave Miss Amend and their 6th hour gym class to Jane Eyre and Eileen Edwards. Jean The June Class "Will" Sabo bequeaths her crown to the lucky girl who will wear it next year. Dorothy Herchbach re- ceives from Orcelia Armstrong, the HAh"Meter in Toastmistress. To Mary goes some of Helen Pape's curley locks. Beverly Haefner couldn't be persuaded to part with her car. so she is taking it with her. Darlene Phinney and Pat Westerhold bestow their old detained slips upon anyone brave enough to use them, Jennette Waltman shares her tardy slips with Jean Massa, And Gene Knop refunds all his to Mr. Rost. Betty McNulty gladly gives her locker to any girl who likes to climb a post fthatys what she has to do to get in itj. Jan Rutledge leaves her ability to bowl to Marge Cambill. Barb Gragg, Willene Beegle. Katherine Burke, Evelyn Bush- en and Joy Nelms leave the typewriters in school for someone else to pound their brains out on. Earline Erwin, Carolyn Etheridge, Dixie Eisher and lola Gee bequeath the lunchroom and its wonderful food to the incoming Freshmen, and Doris Wicks leaves her tininess to Erannie Win- ston. To all the school the June Graduating Class leaves the swimming pool, the lounge, the ele- vators and classes without homework. Signed and sealed GARY COUCH Presidenl IR ENE MIRTH Vice- I'resident June. N154 JOA N Al .l, EN Secretary l.ARRY COUCH 'I-fL'LISLl!'t'l'

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