Central Junior High School - Reflector Yearbook (Saginaw, MI)

 - Class of 1956

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I 33rd ANNUAL REFLECTOR PUBLISHED AT CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, SAGINAW, MICHIGAN, THROUGH THE CO-OPERATION OF THE JOURNALISM, TYPING, AND PRINTING CLASSES. Editor Carol Wolinski Assistant Editor Joyce Guest Feature Writer Sandra Stanton Sports Editors, Boys Bill Beck, James Raasch Sports Editor, Girls Barbara Hoifrnan Humor Editor Sandra Troge Inquiring Reporters Mary McGregor, Don Schlitt Editorial Writer Margaret Klisch Exchange Editor Alice Furstenburg Secretary Frances Steiner Poetry Douglas Anderson Reporters Sharon Drouillard Ann Marie Jordan, Art Ugartechea Julia Vaughan. Margaret Wicker Principal N. W. Chaffee Journalism Advisor S. W. Boertman Printing Instructor R. A. Dunne Typing Instructors Paul F. Rhodes . Almon Galloway Art Instructors Mr. Farnam Mr. Foulds '7 -, ,. -E. ,'-J Qu -,,.......- DEDICATION We of the 1955-56 journalism class are very happy to dedicate this years Annual to a long time member of Centra1's faculty, Mr. Leslie J. Turner. Mr. Turner came to Central in 1928 and in his 26 years taughtjournalism, science, English, and history. I-Iislastposition was dean of boys which he handled very cap- ably. Mr. Turner finished the 1955 school year and then accepted the position of superinten- dent of schools in Caro, Michigan. We Wish him much happiness and success in his new work. T GREETINGS To the students and teachers at Central we send our greetings and our heartfelt thanks for . continued good will and support. We wish you profit- able choices iny our work for the fu- ture, and continuing good health in the endeavors of life. May God bless you all and make successes of your lifves. N. W. CHAFFEE H N Another school year is drawing to a close and one-third of our student body will be mov- ing on in a few days to become a part of an- other school. To them we say good-bye, good luck, and God bless you. Next fall, in their stead, We will have with us many new students who will come to us slightly bewildered and confused. However, in a short time they will have be- come accustomed to our rules and Ways and will shoulder their share oftheresponsibilites of making our school run smoothly. To them We say Welcome, good luck,and have ahappy three years. Irving W. Burtt 1 , esfglg' , w 'e J, LQ fgq' I ,I A V I -'L MW ,511 1 fsimfizls B3 - if ' 1 Ai-wfflgisi 'rf Hikes , -'fflieqskv rw.-:aa I '4f'ffv1'i af Ny,-'rf ,7l'Zr'1f'.--.-'r ., 1. , ' . - If A 1 ' f 2 -1- ' V ' 1 I 14, , X 5 s , U '- -tif ,,., 14.1. -1- During your three years with us at Cen- tral Junior, all your teachers have tried to instill in you a desire to "Do Right", to live up to the very best of those qualities with which you were created, so that you may be- come a fine person, an excellent citizen who will fulfill in every day of your life the com- mands of our Greatest Teacher, who taught us in our every action we must"Love One An- other". May you always live up to those hopes which We have for you. Sincerely, Josephine M. Klempnow l l l 1 f LV' LLIIJ L1AA.xLv.n. --- . Y f, OUR THEME By Carol Wolinski The white pine pictured on this years Reflector cover symbolizes our theme, "The Forest." Sagin- aw being a lumbering state had its share of trees, forests, and accompanying folklore so we thought that "The Forest" would make an ideal theme for our first attempt. As the trees stood there so tall, proud, and state' lv so it is true that many a Central student ln af- ter years made his mark in life and stood out tall, h' fellow citizens all proud, and stately among 18 over the world. As it is true of the forests through out our great country, it is also true of our great school. Both contain many various kinds of pupils, not one just like another, some of great value, others worthless, some that grow and remain tall and stately even through storms and hardshipsg a few crippled and broken but flourishing regardless of their handicap, all seeking the "sunshine" of life. What of those that never will amount to any- thing? They will become the outcast, the kind of people that dictators and evildoers thrive on. They will turn to anyone who will offer them a solution for their problems. Thank God there are not too many of these or it wouldn't be long be- fore we would lose our precious freedom. Will the people who have worked and learned and really carried the load always be able to count- erbalance the lazy and the ignorant? Let's pray to Godthat it will alwaysbe so. There is nothingworse than a forest that has lost out due to neglect. l 'T MRS. ELLAA FRYE X XX mf' will -,X A it XTX fx P 14, X a P ' .fg y f ,Vi Ilfmfgl +., W' X CR . as Q , all s .vvar e .t ,isis At gf! I f, . f , he ,.. ' z wi ' fmfvoayf fwfr X ,-Jf,f-:e5?s1f-3-if:" . griittis , Q . ENGLISH Q by Carol Wolinski At the head of our English department at ent- ral is Mrs. Habel in rdom 304. Students are taught grammar, reading, Writing, and spelling. One read- ing experience is David Copperfield, or some other full iength classic which is required in, the ninth gra e. English has become increasingly important ,in our everyday life, and anyone Who has good command of his language has a much better chance of sjqceeding-iin life. - 'U . r,,, Mr. Robert Johnston, English :-:::mh,-' 1' j .1-L . - 1:2.1: :n:1. N: ,. : -' -' HZ5-:"..., . .. .4'..-ik - r, , ,:::g5:,.i3:g1, ,, , .,1:- 53 :,5.. .. . -:g.,,.,15g5:,: ' .sz f 'fl'-1 -"" Ir- 55 4 ' .515-::sf1.f -- -wri'-2a'.Za.-.:,:2f?Sf "251g1Pvfz: - F'if:FH:I""' 5':':2:-'-1" I K -:.5'43lf-I :fXff?'3?'i''Q2i2f3F55:5l:YI,a':':?v ,fiffil Qaaaifz 'S-2 :"::,4.?":i',f:1ifflf2.esff:y. - P Q T.1f25'.3fr . '2??:ffi5ii'2g,g+'wg"l' 5 t 2.3 f-1 :?1:Z2,fE2.i2 .. -4 Z, .1 fi vi 2 - -. I ,...,.,.,. . 4 ..,, ,.,. 2-I ,-.f',,- ..- ,,.1. l .. ' , ,511 1 2::,, . X-awiwf- .2 5 .mf-z'.:5:zc21f::-'x4:5eg-Pe- gf:,:: f.:,,.45: I.. - - 'I - '- '11 a':g:,f,i ' :Q 'i,-'.-'-g'3,1,:g , .,,':-3 ,:. 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Mr. Frank Evans, Math- Mrs. Eleanor Fisher, Math. Mrs. Mary Jones, Math WMM:-. John Kleekamp Math Mr. William Schroeder, Math IJBRARY by Margaret Wicker Miss Schindler, our librarian, does a very good job of taking care of the school library. This is the place where the students can go to find information for reports and class projects. We have in our lib- rary a, great supply of magazines and reference books,' and hundreds of fine story books which are loaned to the students. Miss Eleanor Mack, Math .. :n5,fEf.4, 17? 23:-:,,.3:1c.-1-.X .v.1:1::::,--31-gm: . ,,,, -,,.., - ' '-ez2.1122-1..'---em,-V 4- .,..:.,,.....:..., 4 ..,,,. , M, H ., .,.A,,,,, 11153. Q.: .. .,,.. seq, A f . 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Mr. Farnum in Room 202 is at the head of the art department Mr. Kenneth Mathews, Band K , l Mr. Frank'in LeBar, Vocal Music MTB- Mary Carlson, 01611881118 w l l Mr. John Farnham, Art ' f ' '6r:2 -fE2Iff1i2E2E? fi1.." 'fri .. YT-"J:EZ' - l ,fx ii - . - 2 ' .' -it " - .- 1' - :q15:3:5:rs1r::-:haf ' . '- J: , ,' e, 5, ., .,'f-1E'2f:.,.' 5- e f , ,,,,, . , ,Q .. Mr. Richard F oulds, Art Mr. Kenneth Young, Gen. Science Mr. James Blenkhorn Gen. Science 0 ,.::..f.,..se3 ,P - 1? .'I12'i', 1. 2151r2r.5"5'5E 5?'f so ' 5gy,E::g1' f:-,.:,:z'1-:-, ' 'A 9+ H - - wi ,mist-ifizf - ' , Q S' " .5:::::.:.:z::.::s: ga. ear' Q-4-Z-,f,1w -- ,. 5 - ' . .-lsv:aa..:2a::-.-4-ey,-. , .. . , -N f 1 1:-:2:,, fe'-'g,z3s1.Ss:2-1, ffl". ' 'I ' -fliflli " -I l 1.12,-F" ' , , J , . . 5 231 i . Q, V 1- 3, cm? wgffxcs ,, fm-se... -21g5A'ss:,:-,.11.1,-,vw-:-fx , 4 ' A f' . if: 35 , .,.. - I-2:qi:.:f1?S5s3-f . aa fag ,.:.':-'. H 1 2',,",w's'. 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Mr. Clark Gates, Ciene l uzu: H INDUSTRIAL ARTS By Don Schlitt The head of the Industrial Arts is Mr. Paul Rhodes. We, thestudents of Central, have awide variety of arts to choose from. The seventh graders get ten weeks of wood, metal, Mech. Drawing,and printing. The eighth, and ninth grades have their choice between all of those and arts and crafts too. HOME MAKING Home making is a useful and well worth while subject for all girls. Girls who choose this subject f have a semester of foods and one of sewing. 'sl In cooking 7th graders work on breakfasts, 8th graders on dinners and 9th graders on suppers. In sewing they make skirts, blouses, aprons, etc. They also present a style show for the P.T.A. Mrs. Casey heads our homernaking department. Miss Katherine Casey, Foods Mr. Almon Galloway, Math., Typing 55 Mr. Paul Rhodes, Math, Typing are Miss E F0058 Mr. Richard Dunne, Printing 'ties Y f Q f iii? 'B '- 4 'fx .' 4 0' ge-v-wwf-'f I -4.112 f l w "" ' ff' , : . A .,., . .,.,. W, :iv ' ' si- ,qu ,- fl .::::,:-...-1e.fff.:., .V-L--.Wa ., .5445 if x ,N ,, ..., ,, 0 A, .,,,. ,fa .gm .,,1.,,,'i?,f,9. Bill 1 , if . l X :W-:ttzrw-w ez -.zz f- - ,.- 1.1315 M -:Sym-'Sw -t..,y:e,,::.'.'g':g2p-::,:f:.:,-',,,- - -V511-tv, at f ' - f ' iii? :fi n Mr. Maylon Heinz, Metal Mrs. Martha Kelly Sewing , , Mr- Veffiall Kime, W00d Mr. JohnLaatsch, Wood Mr. Angus Logan, Metal Miss Ida Rosenberger, sewing St: axe.-. 1 Q 3 :V 1. S Wx , XWHQ 2:': aagagsgsfg, 1 qi: 4 F24 f 6 I V k I i Q 2 I X WRC W . t .,:,Q:R,, . 1. . 4 , .- P..-i1"T"L" , ff 1 . .. .... -- 4 .K flhf iif' fax, I - ' . ,A mfiifw' I L ' E 1 f Y W f ' I ... f......g,S1.Jz::..--i,... '45 ,A4213 ...x..f?:-iv. Mr. Roy Wattelet, Arts and Crafts Mr. Harry Williams, Mech. Drawing GYM by Carol Wolinski We would like to have you meet our physical education teachers at Central. Mr. Watkins and Mr. Goodenow teach the boys to play basketball, soccer, baseball: Chinese wrestling, dodge ball, tumbling, marching, andtrack. Miss Lundbom and Miss Schultz teach the girls to play volleyball Mr. Jack Goodenow, Gym Miss Dorothy Lllndboma Gym Miss Shirley Schultz, Gym MY- Edward Watkins' Gym Central Junion-'s 331-d Annual Reflector di . gTA,,g QW f wi A' X Lagoa 7fT'f77f'77Z!'wW A- n n fnw M L N 9253 in Wg? QAM, A MfM ' 3 ffexvjbwuf W i 2,njHif?i1 X my wgboky. MW Qi Rf WWQQWWWQQWQREQ3 WM WMKMW Z7 Vis ,V Q A, f fbfj D if W W Z fgflfifwggwiigi WW1 wjwnf WM ww W W ?JWW Central Junlon-'s 33rd Annual Reflector ROW 1 Mary Abbott Tommy Abbott Robert Abernathy Lavidn Adams Virginia Agnew Violet Alcorn Fred Alejandro Wilola Ann Allen Indulis Ansevics Rebecca Arciniega Hugh Armstrong ROW 4 Ben Bernal Dana Billy Lloyd Bingham George Bishop Lee Blakes Richard Blackney Sylvia Boardley Paul Bosley Mike Bowman Adella Boyd Wilber Bozer ROW 7 Robert Carl Benny Carmona Charles Carte Forstein Carter Theodore Carter Vivian L. Casey Richard Castanon David Castillo John Chaffer Minnie Christian Carolyn Clark ROW 10 Roul Delo Cruz Ben Culpepper Dorrie Currin Jake Curry Ector Curtis Ran dy Davenport Benjamin Davis Walter Davis Arnold Delgado Olga Delgado William Demetriou SEVENTH GRADE ROW 2 Aaron Arthur Earline Arthur Roxie Lou Bagley Mary Etta Baker Anna Marie Ball Thomas Banda James Banks Willie Banks Dianne Barnes John Barnes Rose Barnes ROW 5 William Bozer Lorraine Bragman Leroy Branch James Brewer Barbara Brown Gayle Brown Lillie Brown Lynn Brown Mary Brown Barbara Bruce Alan Bryant ROW 8 Jesse Clark Alma Clay Carol Claytor Pat H. Clymer Ronald Cobb Kenneth Cohee James Cohill Annie Coleman Rogers Coleman Sandra Coleman Revellia Cook ROW 11 Delores Dent John Descho Ronnie Dilts Emmett Dobbins Peter Dobolis Glenn Donze Jerry Donald Christine Doxie Franklin Drew Beverly Duby William Dugan ROW 3 Thomas Barnes Timothy Barnes Ollie Barry Shirley Barry Joan Bates Charlie Beach Peggy Beatty J 0 Ann Beckman Ronald Bedford Helen Beechinor Elisa Bernal ROW 6 Tom Bucholz Robert Bula Tom Butzin Billie Canty John Bourdeau John Bolton Bernadine Bond Archi Cabellero Daniel Camero Patricia Campbell Donna Cannon ROW 9 Rozella Cooper Charlie Lee Cork Ollie Cork Nathaniel Cormier Judith Cotie Keith Cotie Mary Ann Cowell Geraldine Crandall Joan Crawford Francis Cromwell Hope Cruz ROW 12 Sharon Dunham Morros Duran Larry Easter Melvel Ehlert John Elisech Wanda Elliott Diane Elmore Morris Elmore Virginia Escalera Terry Evert William Federspiel Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector Q' S-.' X - " A X Q -Q l - 5. 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'fl' 'mf , I - "H X 1" ' ' A' fig, ' I Central Junlor's 331-d Annual Reflector ' ROW 1 John Ferguson Frances Fields John Fifer Foster Findlay Ester Flores Andrew Flores James Floyd Albert Ford Mary Ann Fowler Willie Fox Sharon Frader ROW 4 Nancy Graham Frank Gramam Gary Grai Karen Granger McKinly Grays Clemmie Griffin Elizabeth Griffin Patsy Grill Shirley Grisby Parsla Grizans Edward Grzenia ROW 7 Eugene Henderson Robert Herweyer Cucecil Hightower Frank Hines Inez Hinton Thomas Hollis Edith Mae Holmes Marie Humes Patsy Izzo Dorothy Jackson James Jackson ROW 10 Wendy Korniski Jimmy Koski Robert Kowalski James Krick Joan Laeding Mary Ann LaFrance Joyce Lamblin Juanita Lance Rosamary Lane Lyle MacDonald Victoria Mares SEVENTH GRADE . ROW 2 Freeman Price Tom Fryer James Fuller John Furstenberg Sarah Gaines Valderness Galkins Miles Garcia Ignacio Garcia Kathleen Garchow Bonnie Garlick Ralph Garrett ROW 5 Virginia Guevara Carla Gunther Laura Guster Briar Haefele Ronald Haiderer Lorence Hall Nancy Hall Stephen Hahn Nellie Ham Esther Hamling Margaret Hammontre ROW 8 Marie Jenkins Betty Johnson Carolynn Johnson Donald Johnson Ronald Johnson Cordia Jones David Jones Earnestine Jones Earnestine Jones Joanne M. Jones Lorenzo Jones ROW 11 Marie Marshall Joe Martin Johnie Martin Estella Martinez Homer Martinez Jimmy Martinez Lupe Martinez Oralia Martinez James T. Marx Sharon Mason Leonard T. Mathews ROW 3 Robert Garza Donna Gerom Geraldine Gilkison Johnnie Gipson Earl Gissendonner Erasmo Gonzalez Donald Goodside David Goodwin Georgia Gordon Gary Gosaynie Robert Grabmeyer ROW 6 Barbara Hand Emma Harder Mary Ann Hardy Bertha Lee Harring Raymond Hausbeck J ohnette Hawkins Rosa Haynes Albert Hernandez Benita Hernandez Henry Hernandez Oscar Hernandez ROW 9 Nina Jones Adrienne Jordan Merlene Joseph Karen Kelsey John Kemper Warren Kent Sylvia King Richard Kleinebreil Robert Klug J .T. Knuckles Mary Kobolt ROW 12 Gary McAnany Rose Mary McClaine Larry McCowls Betty McCray Thomas Mckinnev Bessie Mae McNeal Kathryn McNickle William Melvin Ruth Meriweather Heinz Mielke Hugo Mielke Central Junlon-'s 331-d Annual Reflector Q 1 In n Q f , 1 " nnnn n V ,Z , --:. L , N 7? L IQ. 1 Rf i 'ni x if D ' -. I - -:V 1 my f ':"QV'.'- I W5 - S 'V 51 ,K -44 .-- N-N S- l v 51 1 Giga J.. Anfiifhn -Q . Sikki m ia El Y' , A , ,n,, f In A Q K A i 59 Q M n -f 2 'L . Y. . - , '!'3'.1aKf ' - ' ,A 'K 'S ' . 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Q , :5,: 5 AV , uubb' .1 ln,nn 2 h M l M, A g , -A 4 fi N A n I , '- , - 'X QL Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector ROW 1 Virginia Mielke Waltront Mielke Mary Alice Miles Bert Minor Dora Montey Philip Moon Consuelo Moreno Harold Morris Pamela Morris Duane Mott Herman Moultrie ROW 4 Warren Norfleet Patricia Nowak Jacqueline Oeder David Lee Officer Nick Opperman Gil Ornelas Paul Ortez Jane Osuna Jesse Osuna Marcia Palin Tom Panko ROW 7 Mattie Pritchett San Juanita Quiroz John Arnold Ramzy Randy Ross Thomas Rathbun Dennis Redli Gena Reed Leroy Reed Laretta Reed Pete Rendon Yolanda Rendon ROW 10 Carmell Sanders Eugene Santhany Betty Lou Sangster Katherine Sanders Edward Sarden Gerald Satkowiak Patricia Sauseda Ilona Schauffele Judy Scheanwaldy Marlene Schena Herman Schroeder SEVENTH GRADE ROW 2 1. Bertram Murlick 1. 2. Verna Murphy 2. 3. Joy Lance 3. 4. Frank Lourette 4. 5. Daniel Lazzaro 5. 6. Janet Leach 6. 7. Ulyses Lee 7- 8. Barbara Lightborn 8. 9. Robert Lillie 9. 10. Roosevelt Linzie 10. 11. Charlotte Livingston 11. ROW 5 1. Cynthia Parrette 1. 2. Charles Patillo 2. 3. Donald Patman 3. 4. Ronald Patton 4. 5. Willie Payne 5. 6. John Perez 6. 7. Don Perez 7. 8. Dave Pickens 8. 9. Nathaniel Pickens 9. 10. Terry Sue Pickins 10. 11. Mary E. Pierce 11. ROW 8 1. Judy Revius 1. 2. Anita Reyes 2. 3. Mildred Reynolds 3. 4. Gerome Reynolds 4. 5. Gwendolyn Richardson 5. 6. Jack Richardson 6. 7. Elizabeth Ricica 7. 8. Joe Rico 8. 9. Portia Rider 9. 10. Jerrilyn Rieder 10. 11. Ralph Rivera 11. ROW 11 1. Phyllis Schulz 2. Donald Scott 3. Lavely Scott 1 2 3 4. Robert L. Scott 4 5. Tom Scott 5. 6. Earelne Sears 6. 7 7. Jimmy Self 8. Audrey Serrano 8. 9. Joan Shackelford 9. 10. James Sharp 10. 11 11. Phyllis Sims ROW 3 Ruth Lockhart James Lodge Mary Alice Long Irma Lopez Syble Lousny James Loury Charles Lynes Janice Nelson Ruth Nickolai Sharon Niemeyer Harold Nimeth ROW 6 Juanita Pittman Lee Pittman Tom Pogroszewski Robert Porter Willie Presioth Eloise Presley Carol Pretzer Frederick Price Nathaniel Price Sue Price Dennis Pringle ROW 9 Phyllis Robbins West Robinson Rosame Rocha Julia Rosaleo Sandra Rosenfield Cecil Ruffin Abel Ruiz William Rundell Freida Runkle Carol Ryder Carlos Salcedo ROW 12 Diane Skinner Josephine Skipworth Bobby Don Smith Mira Smith Susan Smith Wayne Smith Gunars Smits Earline Sneed Billy Snelenbaner Gregory Soto Rosy Soto w gf , Q , 'S-' Central Junior's 33rd Annual Reflector " , ff, s fr' Q ns. Y va . f ga ' -1 ' .A ' Q 4 4 1. - 3 A 'MgiX w si ,.r . . - - H - . 1,1 A .f za - ,A ' . ,fi -r sv 1 f H gy vw . 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Robert Thompson 19 Sandra Thon 10 Mary Thurman 11 ROW 5 Shirley Ann Watts 1. Catherine Waugh 2. Danny Weigandt 3. Frank Wendzik 4. Dolus White 5. Gene White 6. Nancy Whitehouse 7. Beatrice Wicker 8. Beverly June Wilber 9. Martha Wilcox 10 James Williams 11. ROW 3 Jerome Tillman Edward Tines Odel Toney Rudy Torrez Samuel Trejo Connie Triant Gloria Troublefield Cleodis Turner Donald Ulrey Roger Urbaniak Able Vega ROW 6 James H. Williams John Williams Mable ,Williams Patrick William Perry Williams Robert Williams Ceorn Wilson Kent Wilson Robert Wilson Connie Wing Ronnie Wing MAINTENANCE Foncn A Our maintenance force which consists of one engineer, onefireman, seven janitors, three janitresses, three cafeteria l-adies, and one laundress helps keep our school clean and run- ning properly. The engineer Carl Phillips who has been With the school 32 years, takes care of the plumb- ing and appliance Work and also watches the boilers. The fireman, John Stimpon, who has been here 33 years, tends the boilers. Wilber Markhart is the head janitor at I Central. Other custodians are Norman Spang- ler and Edna Davies on first floor, Earl Tuck- er on the second floor, Adolph Saferts and Irene Reed on third floor, Angelo Valdiserri who takes care of shops, Hector Hawkins, Gym and Band rooms, while Hazel Graves takes care of the auditorium. Mrs. Heady Dice is the caferteria manager, with Irene Demers and Iola Demers helping her. We have one laundress, Lucy Reetz, who does the laundry for all public schools in Saginaw except Saginaw High. Central Junlon-'s 331-d Annual Reflector . ' I T A. ran :W 7 n . , -L-I 5. ,. -77' ' 5 1' ' V' Q .,, Q,,.. ' . ELF- 'lr -tvks fn + - 1, ? . ' Q,-S? ' ' , ,n 'N' ' nm: ,Mu Q wir' . H 4, ,rl ff' M - . ff - .,- A . W, . ., , .wa 1 xl , .1 , I ,V '- ,,.. X J, N, , -.- A AX ' h X' ' .:... ...W I A. ,V v K 5 A g - V . s ,Q 4351. ggi I , ,. 1 l g . 2' :L l 1' K ,l ff. 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' Central Junior-'s 33rd Annual Reilector HALL OF FAME By Joyce Guest In the tall forests, some trees are more outstanding and more firm than others. The taller and firmer trees of Central make up this Hall of Fame. Carol Wolinski deserves to be mentioned for beingeditor ofour school paper and for having all "A" report cards. Norm Schrah has earned his place because of being King of the Highlites and captain of the basketball and soccer team. Shirley Lazzaro has been on the volleyball team for three years and also in the track meet for three years. Linda Patton is remembered for doing a nice job as a cheerleader. Mary Miles deserves to be in the Hall of Fame for all the typing and other outside work she has done for teachers. Eugene Hand and Luis Castellanos find themselves here because they are captains of service squad, in the ninth grade band, and have all-A report cards. Holly Manning has serv edCen tral in many ways, captain of cheerleaders, a lieutenant of the service squad ,and Queen of the Highlites. Bob Parker's name is here for being such a fine basketball player an having such a nice personality, and also president of our Student Council. She really deserves to be mentioned for all her fine service to the school and her work in the office. She is Kathleen Schaffer. Yvonne Ely finds a place for herself here because she is vice-president of her home- room, had an all "A" report card and for her pleasing smile and personality. The fine manager of the seniors basket- ball team, Jerry Losee, deserves a place in the T-,Iaill of Fame for playing soccer and basket- a . Jim Hooper is mentioned because of his ability to play basketball and soccer and being vice-president of his home-room. Gladys Miller has a place too, for earn- ing her gold pin, and being on service squad. Jackie Chamberlain is placed here because she is a lieutenant on the service squad and drum majorette this year. Bob Bohn appears on our list because of his ability to crack jokes but still keep the Whole school laughing. Nancy Henning is mentioned for working in the office fifth hour and being on service squad. She also had an all "A" report card. Sally Grew and Judy Schnetzler are sub- mitted for being in the school plays, and for their all "A" report cards. Sue Cherry, who is in the ninth grade band and on the service squad should, surely be mentioned. R.A. Stephens wins a place for his fine TEACHEIVS QUOTATIONS Julie Vaughan Mr. Boertman, "All right people" Miss Schultz, "No" Mr. Rhodes, "So quinciquantlyu Mr. McDonald, "Any recitationsv Miss Lundbom, "twe-e-e-et" Cwhistlel Mr. Kleekamp, "Sh-h-h-h" Miss Jones, "Pass" Mr. Kennedy, "Hey" Miss Ebeling, "Who mussed up my desk" Mr.Watkins,"On your numbers" Mrs. Reese, "Study your spelling" Mr. Rozyla, "Hot shotn Miss Casey, "Put your uniform on" Mr. Williams, "Behind the iron curtain" Miss Schartow, "Write each word twice". Mr. Flynn, "Quiet over there" Miss Degges, "Where is your hair net?" Mr. Frost, "Oh brother" Miss Schindler, "Have you got gum?" Mr. Goodenow, "All those with streetclothes- down stairs" Mr. Galloway, "Finish your budget" Mr. Evans, "You may go to work now" Mr.Dezelsky, "Give that boy for girlj a demer- it mark" personality and aswell basketball player. Mary AnnMcGregordeserves to be inthe Hall of Fame because she earned her large letter and a fine report card Bette McClellan is remembered forb eing so friendly. Kathleen Lewis finds herself here because she was on the volleyball team and for her nomination for Queen of the Highlites. Eleanor Claytor for being on the service squad and her fine report card. Billie Dee Lofback deserves a place in the Hall of Fame for being a lieutenant on our service squad. The same is true of Ann Muellerweiss, Dace Lusis and Diane Seklins Martha Kemper's is named because she worked in the office, and got good marks on her report cards. Larry Newsome is mentioned because he was on the basketball and soccer team. Roberta Vogan is here for being in the school play, on the vollyball team for three years, and having an all "A" report card. David Buzzee finds himself here for being on the service squad and for getting good grades. Jolene Moncrief deserves to be mentioned for winning the first prize in print-making at the Saginaw Wornen's Club Art Show. Don- ald Zlotnick and Bennie Liddell won honor- able mentions at the same art show. We know that there are many more deserv ingbut we just couldn't put all of them in- the Hall of Fame. Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector JOURNAI ISM CLASS The journalism class is that group of "Johnny Inkslingersn Who Wrote those inter- esting monthly Reflectors and this grand annual. If you were to walk into room 114, any school day, you would proably see Carol Wolinski, our editor, busy checking papers and also passing off some of the load on Joyce Guest, the assistant editor. Frances Steiner, the secretary,isbusy count- ing lines and MargaretKlischis biting the end of her pencil tryingto think u p editorials. San d- ra Troge, the humor editor, is laughing with Julie Vaughan over a new joke she has found. Douglas Anderson who Writes poems, is try- ing to figure out if bear rhymes better with chair or glare or maybe hair. Bill Beck anddim Raasch, oursports editors are busily discussing the latest sports event. MaryAnn McGregor, the inquiring reporter is thinkingupsomething to inquire about.The exchange editor, Alice F urstenburg is sending outReflectors to other schools. Ann J orden the class artist, is busy drawing droodles. Other members of the class are, Feature Editor, Sandy Stanton. Inquiring Reporter, Don Schlittg reporters, Barbara Hoffman, Margaret Wicker, Sharon Drouillard and Arthur Ugartechea. These students along with Mr. B oertman, our advisor deserve credit for the monthly and annual Reflectors written this school year. WELL REM P. M BER Bobby Parker for his outstanding athletic ability. Mary Ann McGregor for her pretty long hair. Bill Cymbol for the shortest ninth grade boy. Holly Manning for her friendliness. Norm Sch rah for his best all aroun d personality Sally Grew for her excellent actin gin Central's plays. Jerry Thon for his ability to flirt. Yvonne Ely for her ability to dress well. .Jim Baumgarter for his good looks. Nancy Henning for her good report cards. Jerry Losee for doing such a good job man- aging the Senior Basketball Team. Judy Schnetzler for her blonde hair. Bob Bohn for his good humor. Joyce Guest for her friendly smile. Frank Szabo for his neatness. Jackie Chamberlain as a fine Drum Major. Ruth Ann Liebnecht for her shortness. Luis Castelanos for his fine trumpet playing. Gerldine Bunzow for her dimples. Larry Newsome for his politeness. Kathleen Lewis forher fine volleyball playing. RonneyZanner for his height. Linda Patton for being such a good cheer- leader. Beverly Brinkman for her sparkling person- ality. Dace Lusis for her sweet singing. Frances Steiner for her typing ability. Central Junlox-'s 33rd Annual Reflector REFLECTOR PRINTERS Among the many classes at Central we are sincerely grateful to the printers under the fine management of Mr. Dunne. His re- flector printers made it possible that we all might enjoy the annual and monthly reflect- ors. They are Clarence Nieman, Robert Bohn, Charles Blakes, Johnie Calloway, Mike Carr- ion, Calvin Cross, Gail Ellis, Thomas Hartl, Lee Henderson, Alex Hernandez, Jesse Her- nandez,Glen Jesse, Joseph Jones, Larry Kast, Otis Reed, Charles McClaine, Perry Reeves, Frank Stacy,Clare Stolz, Sylvester Aguilar, Art Bierlein, Robert Williams, Belfred Garrett, Kenneth Kerr, Fred Koenig, John LeVeck, Dennis Lichon, John Livingston, Willie McKinney, Ronald Miller, Dale, Munson, Jerry Rogalski, Thomas Sandoval and Jerry Schafer. We also have some eighth graders and some boys that come in after school for service hours that have put in a lot of hours helping to make this reflector possible. These boys are: Brian Mclnerney, David McCray, Robert McCall, Tom Pagonis, Gary Mayer, John McAfee, Thomas Hain, James Freeland, Chuck Pogroszewski and Herman Cortez. Mary: What's the best way to get fat? Marge: Buy it at the butcher's. "AND THE GREEN FOREST GREW ALL AROUND" Forest Girls Looks ......... Hair ........ Legs ..... Figure ..... Eyes .... Nose .... Smile ..... Brains ...... Clothes ....... Height ........ Personality ..,. ..Frances Steiner ..........Vicky Mathews Jane Cabullero ..........Jean Aragon ...........JudyLeach . . . . .Sally Grew .........MaryBoyer . . . . .Nancy Henning . . . .Ruth Fresorger . . .... Margaret Klisch , ..... Holly Manning Dimples ........ ...... J ulie Evans Best-all-around .... .... S andy Stanton Forest Boys Looks... Hair ........ Eyes .... Brains .... Clothes ..... Height ...... Physique .... Smile ..... Nose ........ Dimples ....... Athlete ....... Personality .... Best-all-around ..... any ast .. . Jim Hooper . . . Frank Szabo . . . Norm Shrah .......EugeneHand ...........BobParker Jim Ba umgartner . . . ..Warren Stavely . . . ...Dewey Bertram .......JerryLosee . .......... Bob Bohn .... .....LarryNewsorne . . ..Pau1Bunyon LARGE LETTERS Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector Service HWS FUTURE FACULTY By Art Ugartechea Each year we are happy to write this article about the workers here at Central. 'Who are they? You guessed it--the service award win- ners. We are proud of Central's students this year as they beat their 1954-55 record in service awards. We had eight gold pin winners this year to seven last year and in small letters seventy seven to fifty last year. We are sorry we lost in the large letters twenty-seven to twenty. To earn a gold pin you must have 750 service hours, a large letter 500 service hours and a small letter 200 service hours. The proud students who received their awards at the award assembly on February 10, 1956 were: GOLD PINS Luis Castellanos Florence Nowak Nancy Henning Noami Samson Dace Lusis Katherine Schaifer Gladys Miller Jerry Ulrey Sally Barnes Ashley Compau Kay Descho Kay F ager Richard Gaumer Joyce Guest Billie D. Lofback Bette McClellan Holly Manning Mary Miles SMALL Joyce Alexander Douglas Anderson George Andros Steve Arrneros Robert Armstrong Robert Bohn Leo Borrello Mary Jane Cabellero Nancy Chalenko Elinor Claytor James Collier Calvin Cross Le Voy Daniels Clifford Caldwell Janice I-laefele Herbert Hanson Carol Hoebbel Leoni Holt Sharon Huff J s.mes R. Jackson John Livingston Eugene Hand Barbara Hillier James Clayton Jackson Thelma Jones Martha Kemper Dennis Lichon Mack Soloman Daina Seklins Dainel Scott Baiba Skrivelis LETTERS Maxine Bow Peggy Brandley Carol Ann Brown Leola Brown Lois Bryce Geraldine Bunzovv Judy Butcher Herbert Delgado Gail Ehlert Yvonne Ely Jean Finger Judy Fleishmann Carol Fries Silviano Fulgencio Robert McCormick Louise McDaniels Mary Ann McGregor Brian Mclnerney Lavina Manchester Allen Maris Katherine Mayer Principal Secretary Dean Of Boys Dean Of Girls Norm Schrah Holly Manning Jim Hooper Margaret Klisch Algebra Judy Schnetzler Math Jean Aragon English Louis Economou Journalism Joyce Guest General Languages Dace Lusis Latin Katherine Schaffer Dramatics Sally Grew Geography Strauja Skabardis History Eugene Hand Civics Jerry Losee 'Typing Bev Brinkman Band Jimmy Baumgartner Art Yvonne Ely Sewing Julia Evans Cooking June Guise Science David Buzzee Girl's Gym Kathleen Lewis Boy's Gym Bob Parker Music Gladys Miller Orchestra Nancy Gregory Shop Bill Cymbol Mech. Drawing Tim Drafues Library Geraldine Bunzo Crafts Dan Scott Joyce Mazany Judy Randall Sharon Merry Ronald Ro eser Jean Molitor Jerry Rogalski Patricia O'Connor Robert Parker Patty Ane Pike Albert Pollard Ruth Ann Schoults David Schroeder Irene Seklins Norma Sims Diana Sodeman Margaret Stenbeck R. A. Stevens Gary Weirauch Carol Wolinski Betty Lee Moore Alice Salmer Judy Satkowiak Judy Schnetzler Ann Schieber Beverly Strudgen Kenneth Svrcina Audrey Swiss Jerry Thou David Urbytes Julie Vaughn Ruth Vliet Mary Lee Moore Faye Harrison Joyce Miles James Zimmer Boss: How do you type? Dumb Dora: I use the Columbus System? Boss: What in the world is that Dumb Dora: Oh, I discover a key and then land on it. Central Jnnlon-'s 33rd Annual Reflector ROVV 1 Sandra Achtobowski Dorothy Addison Gary Agnew Judy Agnew Irene Azos Peter Ahejew Robert Albrecht Joyce Alexander Bonnie Allen Loyd Allen Willie Allen ROW 4 Thomas Billy Geraldine Bender Woodrow Blakely Robert Blodgett Larry Bohl ' Beverly Bolf Janet Bolf Leo Borrello Nola Bothwell Maxine Bow Elvira Bowens ROW 7 Dennis Butcher Frances Caballero Barbara Canda Kenneth Carr Larry Carter Ruby Lee Carter Henrey Castillo Inez Castillo Freddy Caver Beatrice Cerda Bernice Clarks ROW 10 Sandra Crandall Brent Crawford Josephine Cross Sherrill Cross Eleanor Crump George Cruz Alberto Cuellar Barbara Culpepper Florestine Culpepper Linda Cummins Beverly Curtis EIGHTH GRADE ROW 2 Gary Anderson George Andros Mary Arrellano Johnny Arroyo Mara Auzins Lucille Baber Nathaniel Baker Raymon Ball Frank Baniel Richard Banks Norma Barefield ROW 5 Frank Bowling Anthony Bowman Sadie Boyd Enert L. Bradly Joanne Bradley June Bradley Jewel Braggs Charles Brenske Francis Briggs Floyd Broadnex Clarence Brody ROW 8 Donna May Clark Loree Clark Robert Clark Arthur Clements Alma Jean Cole June Cole James Collier William Collier Curtis Collins Eugene Collins Leola Collins ROW 11 Diane Cyborowski David Czada Dorothy Dallas Ezell Davis Dorothy Desonia Paul Derhammer Harry Dent Gene Dennis Charles Dawson Patrick Davy Janice Davis ROW 3 Bobbie Barnes Johnny Barnes Etta Irene Beatty Bill Beck Gladys Beeman Lonnie Beeman Margaret Bell Harry Benton Thomas Bernau Christine Betley Linda Betzold ROW 6 Gary Brown Harold Brown Hattie Brown John Brown Sandra Brown Sharon Brown Fred Bryce Raul Buitron Joseph Bula Charles Burgess Lloyd Buriel ROW 9 Ashley Compau Robert Compau Nancy Conlay J ohannie Conway James Cooks Nathaniel Cooks Mary Cooper Charles Cormier Ethel Corne Danny Cortez Herman Cortez ROW 12 Jack Diaz Marcia Dill James Dillard Richard Dilts Roy Dingman Gabino Domingue Louise Doster Tommie Doxie Tim Doyle Sharon Drouillard Dwane Durrow Z Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector ,ef 'H' n -fm + ,.,n' I f 1 l g 2 i .f -.- . ....V i .. 255 ,n n n . n M f- ' i Q V' M- J f .. .. , 1 1 f. 1 ' ' wg .gl : -"v 71-71 43 ? j . fx M t ,fl i h W -A vv., wx l t , A :J - 4 . 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', f ,Q , ' ,, ,W ,, X.. b'1f.,, Q 1 1, Central Junlor's 331-d Annual Reflector ROW 1 Virgil Duve Jack Edwards Sandra Eimers Frank Elisech Juris Erhards Kay Fager Dennis Farmer Fred Farrow Bob Federspiel Dale Findlay Judy Fleischrnann ROW 4 Jesse Garth Mary Ellen Gaumer Clair George Ruth Gerken Aphrodite Gnersos Charles Gilbert Geraldine Giaser Harold Glenn Daniel Golombisky Margaret Golz Lucy Gonzalez ROW 7 Lucy Hardy Billy Harm on Annie Harris Faye Harrison Jacqueline Hartman Beverly Heft Tom Heilman Florence Henderson Ruben Henderson Marjorie Hern Caesar Hernani ROW 10 Joseph Hood Gerald Horn Paul Horton Lillie Houston Sharon Huff Connie Hunt Karen Hunt Clarence Jackson Frank Jackson L.V. Jackson Ollie Jackson EIGHTH GRADE ROW 2 Larry Fleming Emma Flores . Olivia Flores Roy Flores Deanna Flowers Gloria Ford Louis. Foster James Fowler Robert Fowlkes James Freeland Carole Fries ROW 5 Raul Gonzalez Ronald Gonzalez Eugene Goodboo Carolyn Gotham Janice Granville David Gray William Green Sonia Greer May Alice Griffin Doreann Griffus David Gudritz ROW 8 Joe Hernandez Josephine Hernandez James Hernick James Herriott Charles Hewitt Jean Hicks Barry Higgens Karen Higgens Leonard Hightower Elizabeth Hill 10. ll. Margaret Hill ROW 11 1. Svvian Jackson Mary Jackson Janis J ansons Arthur J arlick Mary J astremski 6. Joyce J entzen Lila Jesse Dietkild J oerke 9. James L. Johnson 10 James R. Johnson Mary Alice Johnson Row as Jeffrey Fryer Alfred Fulford Ralph Fuller Viola Gaines Mario Gallegos Esther Gamez Daniel Garcia Mary Garcia Richard Garlick . Jack Garner Percy Garrett ROW 6 Arthur Guerra Robert Guerrero Tommy Guerra Gilbert Guevara A Eleanor Gushen Bill Gusman Willie Hadley John Hall Peter Hamling Tommy Hammontre Catherine Hardy ROW 9 Jimmie Lue Hill Michael Hill- Patricia Hill Paul Hillert Gerald Hinskey Clarence Hoff Bruce Hoffman Robert Holden Harry Holmes Ronald Holmes Janice Honeman ROW 12 Sandra Johnson Desonia, John A Virginia Johnson Maxine Jolin David Jones Dorothy Jones Elizabeth Jones Rubie Jones Ann Marie Jordan Nancy Jorgensen Tom Judd Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector , 1. - 1 j 43' 5... ... f' . Q if Q . ' f ' 'V V, Ag., f gg' V' 5 X , Q -FL - ' l wi 'X 'n n ' l f n 1? F ' Qi A ' . 'P '17 n 7 , V ig? lisa X25 L K ' J f' S K I . K W v 'J M--.4 f' g- - Q- Qi f l n L I ' I W . A 1 I 4 , GEL V 'ki - an 9 NK ' 4 IU' ir 3 l I K' 1' , ai 4 .Ji ,"' - fl il. A .- as - n n. , n . 2 J' - wiv fn lg, -2 X. L' '51 4? in 4, .. ,v '.,- 'n 'Q .T m l 4AVI I V ,. S 4, ,,. 4 mi, n.. fe U L' I' 5 " an A 1 x . 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Dave KQITHL' "" , Jim'Kerridge ' Mati Kiisk Jim King Bonnie Klaczkievvicz , ROW 4 garmen Larrucea ladys Laurette Weldon Lee Joyce Lehner Joy Letourneau Donald Lichon ., Patricia Liggins Sharon Lockwood Edward Lokinski Wilbert Long 'iConnie Loomis 1,1 . ROW 7 Joyce Mallette Lavinia Manchester Pat Manning 4eAllen Maris Stanley Marr Darlene Marshall James Martin John Martin Augustine Martinez Ed Martinez George Martinez . ROW 10 Lorrane Morgan Theodore Morris Wayne Morris Cathie Morrison 'Marcelles Moten Oscar Moten James Mott Y Joyce Murray William Murray Joe Nava Sue Nelson EIGHTH GRADE ROW 2 Michael Klaczkiewicz Sylvia Kleeman Donald Kleinebreil Roy Kleinebreil Janice Kleinert Ruth Klinkewicz Rudy Koboldt Shirley Koher ' Judy Konecny Meinhard Krause Judy Krukowski ROW 5 Nelson Loranger Robert Ludwig John Luebkert Robert Luna Fred Lund Gatis Lusis Florence Lytle Callie McAfee John McAfee Robert McCall Doug McCallum A ROW 8 Johnnie Martinez Rose Lee Marx Larry May Gary Mayer Robert Mayo Larry Meacham Carol Meadows Carol Melville Bernard Merkerson Colleen Merrill Floyd Mielke " ROW 11 Ruthann Nichols Jack Nickolai -Ed Niemeyer Judy Nolish Marvin Northcutt John -Nowell Pat O'Connor Barbara O'Daniel Michael Oliver Terry Oliver Richard Ortega ROW 3 Clarice Kuk ' James Kuk Saul Kupsis Robert Kushon Janice Laeding Pat LaFray Darrell Landon Jane Mae Lane Charlotte Lantz Charles Larkins Janet Larkins ROW 6 Mary Lee McLain Robert iMcCormick David lVlcCray Louise McDaniel Brian Mclnerney Joyce McKenzie Gail McLeod Jake McNair Robert McN air ' Jerrildene McNickle Albert Mader ROW 9 Melcha Millar Thomas Miller f William Miller Shiela Mills Sandra Minnich Russell Mitchell Kirsten Modlin Roland nModlin Gary Moldenhauer Cira Montez Ruth Morden ROW, 12 Benita Ortega Jesse Ortega. Betty Osuna ., Thomas Packard Virginia Padilla Tom Pagonis Wayne Paquette Jimmy Parker James Parker Evelina Patman Alma Patten Central Junlon-'s 33rd Annual Relleetor 6. ,I wax xv, y ws K W J 1 . i . -Q In Y. 4. V., 8 , f' 4 1 , n 1 I ,n ap - n, -f A :': gm, L , 2 b v Qin - "Tin M- . W ' N' N- ' 1 -- ' al X 1 ,gin 1 i .24 , 131' ,QQ Q-Q ij. 'W x b ' ' ' -ff' . 43. QI . 'ff , ,si Q51 - J -' lx fLn.L - 4 f ..- QNX , I, . 'L r 25.5 ' X - - . I ., J , .. 1 f I . ' ' ,Y Q - - a. I '-' . - W F ' ,L . . M. I w 5 1 "Af ' 'f . J ' W - Hvbx . . IYTM1' X xr. 4 V ff sim, nxff X Q , , 3, , . n 'f ' - ,ff 1: 5 , iff .1-'Qi .. ' . 1. 1'?3'3,WQEiw'- ,.. 1. 4 '1 , 'QM 5'. e ' A 'f ' fa' H X uk.. " ,fm AL' X R-l. -EX K X Ll.1Qw f'Y --J' L- Q - ji' ? if Q 5 ' :-2 L ? I. 1 'J' " C' Q A1 . .. n - 2 .n:. - i .,:, .. " W. n ' K: A L 23 A L , n"" 2 ' -ffl? 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Patton Marilyn Pearce Linda Pelayo Amelia Perez Michael Perkins Mary Gene Paetty Robert Pfraw Richard Pierce Richard Pincombe Dorothy Pinson ROW 4 Judy Rethman Manuel Reyes Carol Reynolds Clinton Richardson Benjamin Rico Jacqueline Reider Roger Riffelmacher Charles Riley Wayne Riselay Lupe Rivera Ruiino Rivera ROW 7 Howard Schaeding Susan Schartow Ann Schiebner Don Schlitt Margaret Schmidt Janet Schultz Don Schutt Peggy Schwager Tim Schroeder Raymond Scott William Scott ROW 10 Jean Ann Suttles Audrey Swiss Billy Tarachas Gary Tarrant Bette Taylor Charles Taylor Edward Taylor Janet Taylor Gary Temple Theodore Temple Jerry Terrian 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1. 2. 3. 4 5. 6. 7. 8 9. 10. 11. 1 2 3. 4 5 6 7 8. 9. 10. 11. EIGHTH GRADE ROW 2 Carol Pitsch Charles Pogroszewski Albert Pollard Britian Porter John Porter Connie Porteriield Carol Posey Joe Povve Kenneth Powell Carl Prather Victoria Price ROW 5 George Roberts Thomas Roberts Albert Robinson Freddie Robinson Luther Roderick Joe Rodriguez Ronald Roeser Robert Rogers Jim Rohn Jerry Rosier Lorraine Russell ROW 8 Irene Seklins Willie Shacks Mitchell Shields Judy Shimel James Shripka Fred Sievert Robert Simmons Norma Sims Baiba Skrivelis Janet Smith John Smith ROW 11 William Terrian Barbara Thomas ' Robert Thomas Joe Louis Thompson Don Tillman Michael Tobin Robert Town Tom Treib Sandra Troge Mary Tunney Denise Turner ROW 3 David Pries Alfred Pryor Bobby Pritchard Joseph Prince Ilze Prikulis Robert Rambo Eli da Ramirez Robert Rau Galen Redinbo Evelyn Reed Nancy Reid ROW 6 Kathleen Ruyts Josephine Salcedo Nadia Samra Jose Sanchez Louis Sanchez Ollie Sangster Rene De Los Santos Kenneth Sawatzke David Sawyer Michael Scarbough Sara Lee Scarbough ROW 9 Patsy Smith Terry Snapp George Snyder James Solak Shirley S-oule Shirley Sparks Terry Stahl Eric Stamann Harry Stein Clifton Strothers Birney Sullivan ROW 12 Beatrice Ugartechea Connie Underwood Frank Vargas Julie Vaughan Myrtle Vaughan Ilze Vilsons Valdis Vitols Ruth Ann Vliet Barbara Volk Michael Wagner Nathaniel Walker Central Junlon-'s 331-d Annual Relleetor i 1 . -X 1 5 Q , -s , :'.-- T ,-- E 1 ,1 Q nf V - V' W Q ':" Q W 2 -1-'- ' ...Q P K Q' :W Wa. , QS, - , Ykf fg f 1 Y Q qi. 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Ertie Washington 7. 8. Annie Lee Whiteside 8. EIGHTH GRADE ROW 2 Linnie Wells Janet Wendzic Richard Wick Margaret Wicker Sonja Wicker Bert Wight Beatrice Williams Carl Williams ROW 3 James A. Williams James E. Williams Margaret Williams Mary Williams Morris Williams Tommie Williams Fred Wilson Nancy Wilson 9. Ruthie May Weathers 9. Catherine Williams DanielWinchester 10. J acquelyn Weeden 10. Charles Williams Alfred Wittmus 11. Larry Weisbarth 11. Flora Williams James Wolfe 1. arren oo P.T.A. W tio? 4 2. G g W d - , Vsfibgr vsgi Sht BY Julie Vaughan 3. g 4. Betty Lou Yates 5. Adam Ybarra 0 2. Carol Ytoung Pat Zwingman . g , . if ff I 'I 'F ' a ii I 1 ff IUQINQXIII f1fg,.r.ff ", 1 l N I .vinyl wha 1 A , ' I., A Ikxxbkr. 152.-gljfrlf e.-fZrJQ,Q,4q: . ' . Ik ' - 1 -x fs X- , -fe'-ae, - ' , ' ' . 4-12 'IRA' "5l"f??- - I - ill: . 'ri gr' -Q ' -.af UL.. . V c "-' --X -Y --5? 1'-: 1.-Nm, ' maze: l 4 ff I I I 'V l-fi, TW, 'xiii I , I v . I . . v , . .V 4,1-, -1"- .yt g..- X .A ,' 4. 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The oiiicers are: President-Dr. Philip Nolish Father Vice President-Mr. Lionel Bingham TeacherVice President -Miss Eleanor Mack Treasurer-Mr. Frank Evans Recording Secretary--Mrs. Mary Pollard Corresponding Secretary-Mrs.DorothyBeck Historian-Mrs. Helen Garlick In October, we were very fortunate to have a man from the television station show us the use of fire arms. In November, our parents met the teach- ers of Central students at Open House and found out just how their Centralight was doing in school. In the month of December, we had a Christmas program given by the auditorium classes under the direction of Mr. J. C. Mc- Donald and the music department under the direction of Mr. Franklin A. LeBar. In January, our sewing classes put on a style show, modeling the clothes they made during the year. Central's band also had a part in the program. The month of February was also a big monthg for we had our ninth annual High- lights instead of a regular meeting. In March we had a meeting discussing the problems of the teenager and juvenile delin- quent. The same subject was continued inthe month of April.Our last meeting was in May, and we welcomed the parents of the students who will attend Central in 1956 through 1957. We hope our P. T. A. will be successfull next year as it has been this year. If there were more self-starters, the boss Wouldn't have to be a crank. Central Jnnlor's 331-d Annual Retleetor , A ' - ' ' er. W - i P A L 1 A V .. 5 ' 1 .fi ,gf P f'-f 'E . ."4- i . i" ' ' 1 J N5 ' A A Zn: .4 n.n LZ' . af . :3'f1'i- - L 1 2 as N , 1 1 1 V1 , :Q .! ,. . ,,, 4. .. -QQAEQQM N-MM-D .. ,M W,,,, ,,,w,..,W. T lit A in W . .: -. :, lf' l ' i , . ' i ',.., fi ' ii '---- Q. li in ' 3' ii . 'Qs ' H :F A i . 'l A .'.",ef5-I L. 5 ' 3 V 5 ' Q. If . Q i v as A . 1 . M 11 e .ff I I I zlz ,v I A ,, , E V Q . J 5 'V ig!-5 V 4 Q35 ' I, ,it -:.. .f.n., ' g J M Q- I 4? 'fi 1, .- V .553 rl ' .. . i ll , . 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The oificers of the club are: President Sally Grew Vice President Judy Schnetzler Treasurer Yvonne Ely Secretary Bev Brinkman Sergeant-at-Arms Bev Misner The other members are: Mary Boyer, Sharon Nash, Linda Schiff, Georgia Foglesong, Sharon Parrett. Holly Manning, Eileen Fu ller, Sharon Merry, Joyce Guest, Sue Cherry and Frances Steiner. Some ofthe pledges being Judy Fleishman,Carol Melville, Pat Manning Marilyn Pearce, Margaret Goltz, Julie Vaughn and Linda Betzel. CHEERLEADERS CPaul Bunyan couldn't do betterl Central is very proud to have such afine group of cheerleaders. They have spent many long hours working very hard on the cheers. The cheerleaders that are in the ninth grade are: Holly Manning, Linda Patton and Elinor Claytor. The eighth graders are: Julie Vau- ghn Kay Fager, Florence Henderson, Etta Be- atty, Louise Doster, Thelma Jackson, Elean- or Gushen and Janice Grandville. There are, all together, eleven cheerleaders. STUDENT COUNCIL By Ann Jordan Our homeroom presidents make up the Central Junior Student Council. The members meet in the library to discuas,Central 's pro- blems and try to help solve them. Before each meeting the homeroom holds a discussion, and the president of the homeroom relays their ideas and suggestions to the council. Student Council officres are asl follows: president, Bob Parker, vice president, Ruth Ann Vlietg sergeants at arms, Margaret Golz and Louie Economougsecretary, Linda Patton and Saginaw J unior Citizen Council member Ann Marie Jordan. ME MAN John Adams Me loved him so, Him did me dirt, Me did not Him was a flirt. To those in love, May "Dod" forbid That they be done, Like I be did. Darn him me hate he, Me wish that him had died, He told me that him loved me, But, Oh, how him did lie! It's better to give than to lend . . . and it costs about the same. Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector CLASS WILL By Barbara Hoffman We, The Ninth Grade Class of 1955-56, be- ing of sound minds and strong bodies make this last willandtestament.Weleave the items listed below to the designated future stud- ents and faculty members cf Central Jr. High. Norm Schrah wills his popularity and lead- ership to Dick Garlick. Holly Manning wills her cuteness to Julie Vaughan. Jim Baurngartner wills his algebra book to someone who wants a lot of work. Georgia Foglesong wills her sweet smile to Carol Youn g. Frank Szabo Wills his friends to Ken Po- well. Kathy Lewis wills her easy to look at figure to Shirey Jean Sparks. Lanny Sharon wills his popularity toWarren Wood. Judy Randall wills her hair to Karen Hunt. Gary Lesie leaves his joyfulness to any sad person. Beverly Brinkman wills her shape to Linda Betzold. Jim Hooper wills his easy-to get along with personality to Jerry Warner. Linda Schiff wills her charming personality to Pat Manning. Bill Cymbol wills his shortness to anyone who is tall. Frances Steiner wills her looks to Marilyn Pearce. Bob Bohn wills his flirting ability to Al Pollard. Marilyn Horn wills her sweetness to Jan Taylor. Tom Koski wills his ability to dress nicely to Dick Wallace. Mary ann McGreger leaves h er ability to get "gs" in typing to anyone who is nowreceiving QC 7s 77 Bob Parker wills his place as captain in Basketball to Alfred F ulford. Carl Lockhart leaves his muscles to any very weak person. Geraldine Bunzow leaves her quietness to anyone who makes a lots of noise. Jean Aragon wills her looks to Janice Granville. Art Ugartechea wills his hair to Galen Red- inbo. Le Vern Hines leaves her seatin Mr. Bickels' room to Etta Beatty. Yvonne Ely wills her all A card to any one who is now receiving E's. " Danny Spaulding leaves his school books to Valdis Vitols Carol Wolinski Wills her place as editor of the Reflector to any deserving eighth grader. Barbara Henderson wills her eighth grade friends to her sister Florence. Peggy Brantdly leaves her sports ability to Pete McDaniel. Barbara Hoffman wills her Saginaw Project to Beverly Strudgeon. Janet Liss Wills her red hair to Mar- garet Golz. Joyce Guest Wills her friendliness to Carol Melville. Betty Gorski wills her dancing and her hilarious laugh to anyone who doesn't know how. Sally Grew wills her position as presi- dent of the Freshman League to any worthy pledge. ' Mary Boyer wills her easy to look at figure to Judy Fleishman. We will to Mr . Boertman's journalism class Ann Jordan, Sandra Troge, Don Schlitt, Bill Beck and Margaret Wickers. Jackie Rathbun wills her shortness to anyone who is tall. In witness whereof we the members of the I955-56 ninth grade class write our names. Julia Evans, Sharon Allen, Ronald Miller, Bar- bara Hillier Jim Raasch. In the presence of Irving W. Burtt, Eloise F- Reese, Dorothy Lundbom, S. W. Boertman. Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector SERVICE TY PISTS Clickety click, click, the keys are kept continuously busy as the Service Typists do their work. Some work for the teachers dur- ing class and some after school. They also type the articles for the Reflector before they go to printing. They deserve a lot of credit for their good work. The Service Typists are: MaryMiles,Sharon Miller ,Bev Misner, Jean Molitor, Judy Ran- dall,Mary Moore, Jessie Bland, Bille Dee Lof- back, Pat Habina, Sue Franctk, Ruth Ann Schoults, Florence Nowak, Isabel Sanchez, Clarence Stokes,Elaine Stephens, Lucianne Thompson, Adam Weigandt, Frances Steiner, Judy Leach, Faye Sebold, Baiba Skrivelis, David Schroeder, Louis Bryce, William Conrad. Sheroll Cross, Judy Fleisch- mann, Barbara Hillier, Janet Taylor, Jackie Chamberlain, Kay Descho, Carol Euric, Sally Grew, Margaret Klisch, Joan Whitten, J n Aragon, Sally Barnes, Holly Manning,Gladys Miller and Joyce Guest. Teacher: Jack, what were you asking Bill? Jack: I was just asking him for the time. Teacher: Now I have a question for you, Time will pass, will you? Mr. Wood: Howdy, Mr. Stone. How's Mrs. Stone and all the little pebbles? ACKNOWLEDGMENT By Barbara Hoffman The journalism staff of nineteen fifty five and fifty six wishes to thank the following people for their help and cooperation in publishing both the annual and monthly Reflectors. The office for their promptness in notify- ing us of news that comes from there. Mr. Boertman for his guidance and help in our journalism class. Mr. Dunne and his printing classes for their fine job of turning out the annual and monthlyReflectors. Mr. Farnam and Mr. Foulds for their work on the cover for the Annual. Mr. Rhodes, Mr. Galloway and their typing classes for typing the articles written by the journalism class before they are printed, and to all the other teachers and students who assisted in completing the Annual Reflect- or. Joe: I was weighed in school today Pop. Pop! How much do you weigh? Joe: Nothing. The nurse said I was four pounds under weight. Joyce G.: Did you hear about the man who can't figure out where the sun went down? Frances S.: No. What happened? Joyce G.: It finally dawned on him. Central Junior-'s 33rd Annual Reflector ROW 1 Lorene Ahlgren Roger Alvarez Richard Allen Jean Aragon Bruno Ansevics Douglas Anderson J oe Alejandro Louise Adams Sylvester Aguilar Donald Ahrens Jesse Alejandro ROW 4 Jessie Bland Janet Bloom Robert Bohn Mary Booth Ronnie Booth Donald Bosserdet Earnestine Bothuel Rolland Bosserdet Mary Boyer Nina Bowman Clyde Braman ROW 7 Ray Byrd Mary J. Caballero Clifford Caldwell Bruce Caliman J ohnie Calloway Thomas Cameron Irene Carranza Mike Carrion Luis Castellanos Richard Castillo Florence Castle ROW 10 y Earl Crane Ruby Crauer John Crim Calvin Cross Jimmy Cross Mary Cross Rose Cross Cathy Crotzer Irene Cruz Teal Curry MaryGrace Curtis NINTI-I GRADE ROW 2 William Alexander Florence Allen Sharon Allen Alfred Anderson Steve Armeros Ann Armstrong Bob Armstrong Amanda Ayala Carol Baker Frederick Baker Leslie Banks ROW 5 Mary L. Brandtley Eugene Briggs Beverly Brinkman Edith Brooks Ronald Brow Aaron Brown Benny Brown Carol Brown Jessie Brown George Brown Leola Brown ROW 8 Gilbert Cazares Nancy Chalenko J acquelyn Chamberlain Walter Chapman Verdia Lee Cheatham Susan Cherry Lillie Chester Susan Chislea Dorothy Clark Geoffrey Clark Elinor Claytor ROW 11 Bill Cymbol Frank Czolgosz Lorman Dale Jimmie Daniels Le Voy Daniel J erry2Dean Clifford De Fore Herbert Delgado Thomas Demetriou Barbara Dengler Danny Delaney ROW 3 Annie Jane Barnes Jean Banks Sally Barnes Greg Barris Joyce Bates Jim Baumgartner Farris Ann Beard Silverio Becceril Kay Benzen Berg Sandra Kay Billmeier Charles Blakes Row 6 Pearl Brown Virginia Brown Darlene Bruns Lois Bryce Henry Buford Geraldine Bunzow Paul Burgess Dorothy Buriel Carol Burr Judy Butcher David Buzzee ROW 9 John E. Cloyd , William Condon William Conrad Naomi Cook Kenneth Coombs Joe Cooper A Louis Cormier Patricia Cosner Robert Cottrell Martin Crampton Jack Crandall ROW 12 Gail Ehlert Kay Desho Dewey Bertram Freddie Lee Dickson Josie Mae Dixon Eugene Dotson Thomas Denton Tim Draves Doug Eads Edward Easton Louis Economou Cenltral Junlon-'s 33rd Annual Reflector Q ,Q 4,2 V V ml- , 1. , g Q ,W C 'F , X vk , if '. W' - if--' ' T' W I "" 1 Wm, Q , . 5 ,h ., 5 'P YQ , ', K , f "' QLLIF V fx A ,gmivfig , ,, WM M M 4 as Xa f 5. 1 T V, V Ig '-4- ---, f Q 'IQZW -53 'sb . Q . .V 'P Afflz. I i fff'19v'. " ' 1 'Z 3 ' IS . I -rg, 5 LE. 'V Y K, '-i.. ,Tray ,. 'cw Q , tv Ly as -ev f v 'X k ".' 2: :I1 I ' Q , - 1 J ,eff ' me: 1-, --fi :1-: f - .5 . i'f-s..wf2Q . 'ft Q4 5 Q Q gf f Sf ' - M ' R. Q 6 , Q' 1- is: .' - ' 5. A 1 N " A ffl, 2' " - Q . H' A31 . I xlxk.-1-', " -' '-'. frfYQQgx.,,, ' .- ' 5: A 8- 1 , 1- . .. A . M . an f ' Q ' v ' QA 1 1 Q.. 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Jackson liuddie Mae Jackson Willie Jackson NINTH GRA ROW 2 Wayne Findlay Eleanor Finger Rita Flores Georgia Foglesong Joanna Foster Susanne Franctk Judith French Ruth Fresorger Ronald Fries Sharon Frits Silviano Fulgencio ROW 5 Donna Gough Gerald Gray Clara Greenberry Veronica Green Nancy Gregory Sally Grew Albert Gridley Edward Guerin Carny Guerra Joyce Guest Bruce Gulliver ROW S Richard Hensel Alex Hernandez Jesse Hernandez Marie Hetzner Christine Hewitt Gloria Higgins Karla Hildebrandt Barbara Hillier Ken Hillert LaVerne Hines Vern Hines ROW 11 Willie Jacobs Glen Jesse Thomas Jesselaits Lillian Johnson Mary Johnson G eorge Jones James J on es Joseph Jones Thelma L. Jones Joseph Juarez Norris Joseph DE ROW 3 Eileen Fuller Alice F urstenberg Bob Gamez Carol Gardener Belfred Garret Willie Garth Melvin Gouldrnan Richard Gaumer Dennis Geitman Donald Gembarowski Robert Gerken ROW 6 Carolyn Haas Pat Habina Carol Haefele Janice Haefele Wayne Hahn Thomas Hain Earline Hall Clare Halsted Mary Hamling Eugene Hand Herbert Hansen ROW 9 Carol Hoebrel Gerald Hoeffing Barbara Hoffman Mary Hogg Louise Holden Beverly Holmes Gerald Holstein Ellis Holt Kathryn Holt James Hooper Marilyn Horn RO W, 12 Larry Kast Clarence Kelly Lula Kelly Sam Kelly Martha Kemper Kenneth R. .Kerr Judy Kiley Robert W. Killmer Erma King Leola King Robert King Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector 7,5 ,n.. K r - + n S . Q by -R in n . I . Ml? I 1 lg A ng I A, ig,,? jf z W ,, f M ' "1 2 f F "' :-: ' M f. ' neue.. f 1'v Q' ...-- ' 4559- ',,f'f-WH Y , - as , K L: an I : -1:-3,5 1 r I if? K ,ea :.,.. .. V ...g,,, -, . I U W H , W M Q x W an im 7 7 :gal , ' ,.,,.. . 1 , W . K 1: an N A Q: 5. 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X , .'.. , f . -- R QWR , .- Q - Central Junlox-'s 33rd Annual Reflector 1' ROW 1 Robert Kynast Ruth Lacis Elden Lake Essie Lee Lane Frank Lange Jackie Lantz Laise Lanier Danne Larkin Shirley Lazzau Judy Leach Teddy Lee ROW 4 Richard McCallum Charles McClain Bette McClellan Euleta McComb Geraldine McCormick Virginia McCray Mary Ann McGregor Michael McKenna Lloyd McKenzie Willy McKinney Donald McLean ROW 7 Joyce Miles Mary Louise Miles Bob Miller Frank Miller Gladys Miller Ronald Miller Sharon Miller Walter Milton Patricia Mims Beverly Misner Jean Molitor ROW 10 Bob Novak Florence Nowak James N owosatka Judith O'Keefe John Oppermann Carmen Ortega Frances Ott Cora Le Owens Larry Packart Bobby Parker Vera Mae Parker N INTH GRADE ROW 2 Gary Leslie John LeVeck Kathleen Lewis Roger Lewis Dennis Lichon Ruth Ann Liebknecht Janet Liss John Livingston Bennie Louise Liddel Donald Lloyd Carl Lockhart ROW 5 J eweline McNair Robert Mad ar Rose Madar Donna Mackey Holly Manning Florzel Marshall Mary Martin Josephine Martinez Vicky Mathews James May Katherine Mayer . ROW 8 Jolene Moncuef Winnie Mourse Dorothy Moore Judith Moore Mary Moore Rose Lee Moore Norma Morgan Mike Morrisen James W. Mueller John Mueller Ann Muellerweiss ROW 11 Sharon Parrette Linda Patton Carol Paulsen Joseph Pelon Richard Peters Tom Petty Patty Pike Judy Platt Margaret Podvin Percy Porter Elizabeth Powell ROW 3' Larry Lockhart 1 Ernest Lockwood Patricia Lockwood Billie Dee Lofback . Bruce Lofback Manue1'Lopez Gerald Losee Richard Luna Dace Lusis Tomas McAnany Willie McBride ROW 6 Ronald Duane Kinn Margaret Klisch ' Fred Koenig Ellen Kollman Tom Koski Kenneth Kowalski DeannaeKranick Robert Krusha ' Larry Kuebler Joy Mazany Sharon Merry ROW 9 Dale Munson Robert Murillo William Murlick Gerald Narloch Henry Nash Sharon Nash Larry Newsome Bertha Newton ' Clarence Nieman Norman Forest Norman Walter ROW 12 Troy Presley Reginal Price Gwendoline Pruiett Octavio Qurioz Jim Raach Wilton Rance Judy Randall Jackie Ruthman Raymond Redmon James Reed Otis Reed Central Jnnlcn-'s 33rd Annual Reflector 1 1. Q i' ' f , , 5 W ,W F' 1 ' NT '1:"' Z - .. " - f ,. :vi ' ' : ,. 4 5 ' ' I ..nM-i E ' E .,. "' z Q 2. -Q if w ig gd " ' 5 "1 ruzl ' Q' a ' ml - A " F Q L ' ,.-igsxl, . fi-Ex ..- X F ""' . 5,1 I . ' U N xg! V A L Y. - 1 W, 4 T' 2: . fa ' Q' g 'f-af' 1'- ' . V A 1' V . . "' n 'f 1 'H- - . nm n 'L R 11, W Mn .. 4 . I li V , H , nnnn n - "' f- f .44 n n L . -Y .. , - - :L '. 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L -I " s ' Q - W Z ' q' 3' R... 'V 1, P'-' X f A K W .f f 5 fr ny a Q? t 5 . gs , 'Q Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector ROW 1 1. Perry Reeves 2. Clarence Reinbolt 3. Frank Reinbolt 4. Fred Reinig 5. Jerry Reittenbach 6. Jesse Rendon 7. Walter Rhode 8. Robert Rhyan 9. Sandra Richards 10. Willie Richardson 11. Karen Richter ROW 4 1. Thomas Sandoval 2. Ish Sangster 3. Mirta Delos Santoes 4. Judy Satkowiak 5. Marlene Savage 6. Joyce Sayan 7. Jerry Schafer 8. Kay Shafer 9 Richard Schemp 10. Linda Schiff 11. Judy Schnetzler ROW 7 1. Authur Soto 2. Bonnie Soule 3. Marvin Sparschu 4. Danny Spaulding 5. Joyce Spiece 6. Bill Stack 7. Frank Stacy 8. Tom Stalsberg 9. Sandy Stanton 10. Warren Stavely 11. Harriet Stein ROW 10 1. Richard Thompson 2. Jerry Thon 3. Liza Toney 4. Sandra K. Trendel 5. Robert Tunney 6. Jessie Turner 7. Marrietta Tyson 8. Authur Ugartechea 9. Jerry Ulrey 10. Hans Unger 11. David Urbytes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7 8 9 10 11 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. N INTH GRADE ROW 2 Sharon Richter 1- Mike Rico 2- Cynthia Riser 3- Joyce Riviette 4- Joan Riffelmacher 5- Margaret Roberts 6- Robert Rizer 7- Lee Rockett 8- Jerry Rogalski 9- Albert Roggow 10- Tim Rosa 11- ROW 5 Norm Schrah 1- David Schroeder 2. Sandra Schwartz 3. Faye Marie Sebold 4- Jerry Seward 5- Ruth Schoults 6- Daniel Ellis Scott 7- Daina Seklins 8- James Self 9- Katherine Shaffer 10- Lanny W. Sharon 11. ROW 8 Charles Steiner 1. Frances Steiner 2. Warren Steiner 3. Margaret Stenbeck 4. Elaine Stephens 5. R.A. Stephens 6. Robert Stevens 7. Arlene Stewart 8. 9 Clarence Stokes Clare Stolz 10 Marlyn Strother 11. ROW 11 Grace Van Horn 1. Simon Vargas 2. Lenyon Vaughn 3. Israel Vega 4. Angela Verduso 5. Alice Villanueva 6. Roberta Vogan 7. Georgia Walker 8. Albert Watemeyer 9. Jeanie Warner 10. Booker Washington 11. ROW 3 ., Bill Rosencrans Jane Rosier Kay Rowe Lydia Ruiz Mary Ruiz Velma Runkle Simon Salinas Alice Salmer Naomi Samson Isabel Sanchez Rafael Sanchez -ROW 6 Hilard Sheppard Wealthy Shields Strauja Skabardis Delbert Smith Geoffrey Smith Richard Smith Robert Smith Shebby Jean Snead Fred Snell Diane Sodeman Mack B. Solaman II ROW 9 Robert Stukel Kenneth Svrana Frank Szabo Pauline Szczepanik William Taschner Sandra Thayer Jim J. Thomas Toby Thomas Betty Thomas Lucianne Thompson Mary Thompson ROW 12 Viola Washington Rebecca Watson Marlyne Watters Harold Weaver Dorothy Webster Charles Wedding Sandra Wehner Adam Weigandt Ronald,Weinert Gary Weirauch Joyce Wendt Central Junilor's 33rd Annual Reflector i. ., e ' ' 1 1 ' , m?g3f:VfwfV1 'Q1'g LI .W I , I V V M 1 V V V Y ' V 32- 'Q' ' - 1' ' ' if' ' ' .-ff . A '-.I .. . I . - 1 W., N - V . V ,C ' ' V W if' V f V. , ---. V' ' ..:.-:: f 2 a -535 95- ' - V- 'I ' f "8 'L . ff ff' " 5- A"' A 'W -" " fi -Eg: Q57 ' 7' ig- ,fig ,- ji! 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V 1 I I N-v I IM I IIIII I: I I I -' I I I II I QI-III , . ,, V Q Q - V 1 ' A I :Q I I ' ,: , , . I I V T 5 II5.-I I I I ' . I VV I :QiIfIIIII, QQ ' VIIIIIQV, I UNI. ,If I I I I I I Iv V. i II I IIII .. ' Y, ' N '- ' ' - -'I w- ' ' ' f .. ff 11 ,, 1 , ,V III , O I , 'Q . ' "fin J1 A l' P' . IA' ' A :I V V W Assemblies Central Junior-'s 33rd Annual Reflector ROW 1 . Roger Wendt . Mary Werdehoff . J. B. West . Dorothy Wettlin . Joan Whitten . Erma Della Wicker . Wayne Wiederhold . Robert Wilbur . Robert Wilcoxon Joyce Ann Wiles I Robert Wiu ROW 4 . Donald Zlotnik Bonnie Zuziak NINTH GRADE ROW 2 Sue Willert Bernice Williams Robert Williams James Willie Williams Dwayne Wilson Phantrince L. Wilson John Winchester Herbert Wirtz Joseph Wisniewski Lyle Wolfgang Carol Wolinski ROW 3 1. Danna Wood 2. Joanne Woodke 3 . Albert Wright . Gary Wurtz . Joyce Yarabeck . Raymond Yarger . Sharon Yauck . Ronnie Zanner . Barbara Zierofi . James Zimmer 4 5 6 7 8. Christina Zamudio 9 10 11 HIGH LIGHTS Crowds gathered in Central's auditorium on February 23 and 24, to see this year-'s annual Highlights, with Bill Ahrens and Jack Keane acting as Masters of Ceremonies. Our guest artists were the Onchords, one of the outstanding quartets in the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Bar- ber Shop Quartet Singing in America. They are second place winners in the Michigan district. The traditional ninth grade chorus line did a wonderful job, dancing to the tune of "But- tons and Bows." Some of the other acts wereg a dance by Sandra Brown, "He" sung by Louise McDaniel "Guitars in Harmony" with Donna Mae and her uncles, an eighth chorus line dancing to the tune "Tea for Two," Military Boogie, and Spanish Dance by Amanda Aylala, the Silhou- ette Dance with Beverly Brinkman, Julia Evans, and Bette McClellan, a can-can num- ber, the Harmony Teenettes, the Ambassadors of Songs, and a double tap number done by Julie Vaughin and Ann Hoffman. Our pianist was Art Galonska. There were many people not seen in the Highlites who did much work, Miss Schultz, Miss Lundbom, Julie Vaughn,J anice Granville and Mrs.Claudine Wickes were in charge of the dance routines. Mr. Foulds was the art advisorg Tom Gerow and Frank Czologosz were the art crewg stage crew members were Bob Armstrong, Brian Mclnerney, Bob McCormick, John Livingston, Gatis Lusis, and Clifford Defore. Mr. Dunne and the boys of the printing department printed the prog- rams and tickets. Miss Williams,Mr. Gallo- way, Mr. Shairer, and Mr. Kleekamp were in charge of publicity. Mary Ann McGregor During the school year of 1955 and 1956, Central Jr. High had four exceptionally fine professional assemblies in our auditorium: The first one was presented by the Carl Jos- ephs. This was a man and wife team showing their skill in archery. Mr. J oseph's trick shots were almost unbelievable. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Joseph showed the students of Central breath- stopping stunts with the bow and arrow. Our second assembly by Larry Tobler was sensational. Mr. Tobler played the banjo and demonstrated to us,why he is called"King of the Banjo," The third assembly of the year was" Down to the Sea in Shipsf'Captain Dry presented the students of Central with many displays of sea equipment and also many stories of the sea. The last but not least assembly of this year was given by David S. Williams. This assem- bly was on The Wonders ofLiquid Air. When Mr. and Mrs. Williams demonstrated their strictly modern version of liquid air, many a student was delighted, and bewildered. This assembly wound up another year of four Ilgrogessional assemblies at Central. The cost these four assemblies was only S362.50,according to Mr. Burtt. You don't have to worry about your stationin life there's always somebody who'1l tell you where to get off. Remember, these trying times will be the "good old days" in just a few years. Ambition is nothing more than a tickling around the Wishbone. Central Junior-'s 33rd Annual Reflector . V 7 EV I i O - Z v 4 ' ,Q I: :': ' i Q ,M A gl . if QL .,- . , , . s i r a a "" ara -. - Q it ii' i 4 ' " 2 -.": 1 . fr f N .s - , 'waist . , ,.. . -f, , :,.f ..,... - . , . 4- - 1. .W , - .qv , - ' f ' f.f Q.' -. . :" 3 H' ' . I 3 ig? big kk Q-f , 25 'Lf - -' ff 5'-.E'g9iA QEXXA Qi- J '31, l :X " E q g -,H J - , , , r ,. ,, ...suit T I f is r tif fs ,. ara. .n -'1 J. it ' " f - r :.. , r c . it gftl F fs 5 a L 1 . -e - F- . fl- I -'-v K A erra . errd f n t . 1 t . . J A . ,y , .3 .E .:,?,,, .. i.. 'G as L , ..,..: W sg .:..., ,V .E z ,Q , b V , N ,,l-A 1 ,. . -lz 1' 11 - qv: 1 X ff, , . - ' a Fl? KIN G AND QUEEN On February twenty second and February twenty third Norm Surah and Holly Manning were crowned king and queen of the "High- lights of 56", Holly is an all "A" student, has been a cheerleader for two years, member of Freshman League, and has been in the ninth grade band for two years. Norm is on Central's senior basketball and soccer teams. The runnerups for queen were Frances Ste- iner, Kathleen Lewis, Judy Randall, Barbara Henderson, and Thelma Jones. The runnerups for king were Jerry Thon, Eugene Hand, Jim Hooper, Bill Cymbol, R.A. Stevens. BOYS GLEE CLUB In all the lumber camps most of the lum- berman used to like to sing. We find this also true here at Central, and none likes to sing more than our boys glee club. They have en- tertained us throughout the yes r. Mr. LeBar, the director, says eighth and ninth graders can join. The members this year are: Robert McCormick Jim Wamback Dennis Farmer John Martinez Robert Patton Tom Miller James Collier Oillie Barry Larry Kast Gatis Lusis Lawrence Easter John McAfee Jack Diaz Mike Klaczkiewicz Ed Martinez Ralph Garrett George Villaeed Gilbert Guevara Mike Scarbough SILVE R WARE COMMITTEE Each year the foods department saves cou- pons from any General Mill's product for which they get silverware. Each food's room has about twelve place settings and some extra pieces at the present time. Each class has achairman and Miss Casey gives valuable prizes to the girls who gather the most coupons. The chairmen for the first semester in Miss Casey's room were:Terry Sue Pickens, Phyllis Roblins, Katherine McNickle, Katherine Sanders, Betty Tomp- son, Ruth Arm Schultz, Clarice Kuk, Patricia Liggins, and Dorothy Dallas. Second semester: Connie Wing, Olivia Vel- asque, Karen Kelsey, Joan Laeding, Phant- rince Wilson, Carol Blasch, Virginia McCray, and Margaret Podvin. First semester chairman in Miss Degges room were:Victoria Mares, Lynn Brown, Carol Hoebel, Colleen Merrill and Geraldine Binder Second semester are Susan Smith, Margaret Hammontre, Marie Hetzner Lavina Manches- ter and Rubie Jones. A real friend is a friend who undertsands us and still is. We are fast approaching summer ..... the sea- son when children will slam the doors they left open all winter. Marriage gives single men a new lease on life at double the rent. Central Junior-'s 331-d Annual Reflector CLASS PROPHESY fAs the twig is bent - So grows the treei 1 This is static n C. J. H. S. broadcasting from the beautiful Log Mark room in the new Hotel Saginaw, overlooking the beautiful Saginaw River. This is Robert Armstrong and Lanny Sharon broadcasting the twenty- fiveyears after reunion ofthe 1956 class of good old' Central Junior. We want to thank the genial Douglas Anderson, who is the hotel Manager, for assisting us in getting ready for this grand occasion. Entering the lobby are Lyle Wolfgang, Warren Stavely, Jim Baumgartner, Ronnie Zanner and James Raasch, millionairs Cwbo took time off from making millions to visit their old classmatesj Who are those three blonds in those mink coats and jewels? Why that's Frances Steiner, Mary Boyer and Judy Schnetzler. I see several old friends registering at the desk, they are Dr. Jim Hooper and his wife the former Beverly Brinkman. Also at the desk are some nurses, they are Joyce Guest, Sally Barnes and Barbara Hoffman. These girls studied at the same hospital and grad- uated with the highest honors. Oh, another doctor is coming our way, it is Dr. Bob Bohn. Dr. Bohn is one of the greatest eye doctors in the U.S. fBob was always sort of interested in the eyes of people.J Man!! Dig that suit. I always did think that U. S. Air Force pilot uniforms were cool but these, man, the're out of this world! The pilots are George Brown, Joe Pelon and Earl Crane. Have any of you seen the new "Marlyn Monroevand the new "Clark Gable"? Well now is your chance for here comes Miss Vicky Mathews and Frank Szabo. They have just finished a picture named "It's Almost Tomorrow". If you are interested in learning the latest dance steps just step up and ask either Karla Hildebrandt or Janet Liss for the new steps, as they are now two ot the most famous dance-teachers for Arther Murray Studios. In fact they flew in on "Jet Specialty" from New York. For all those interested in going back to school again, you can meet some of the new facualty members at Central. They are Martha Kemper who teaches English, Jerry Then, boys gym teacher,LarryKast,boy sgym teach- er and Shirley Lazzaro girls gym teacher. If anyone listening is interested in having their home or stores redecorated just call on the famous interior decora tor,Margaret Klisch. Margaret went to college after high school for four years and between then and now has climbed the ladder of success almost to the sky.She is at Hudson's, Detroit. Now for a royal visit. Here is the 1955-56 Queen and'King themselves, Holly Manning and Norm Schrah. These two took over their reign in "1956" and I do say so myself, they have done a wonderful job in television and the movies. For a real treat here comes the famous "Al- most All Girl Band". The members are well known Sue Cherry, Carol Gardener, Yvonne Ely, Bette McClellan, Jackie Chamberlain, and the one who makes it "Almost", Bill Cymball, popular male singer. Here comes that wellknown French hair styl- ist Miss Judy Randall. Judy came all the way from Paris, France for this reuniong Most of you know the famous person who writes the "Save Yourself' column for all the leading newspapers of the world. She is here in person, Miss Sandy Stanton. Sandy got her start when she took journalism back in Central. She has come a long way. The new team, Barbara Hendersen, Thelma Jones, Earnestine Bothel, Marilyn Strothers and Viola Washington are doing very well at the BlueTango run by the famous Larry New- some. Those famous basketball players, R.A. Stevens and Jim Thomas, plan to entertain us tonight with a few basketball stories. Also on the entertainment list for to- night are the "Three B's Sisters." They are Joyce Bates, Leala Brown, and Annie Barnes. These girls are really on the top. Their latest record was "Shoo Ruthie." Coming out of the elelvator "poodle first" is Mary Johnson, the spectacular ballet danc- er of the year. OH! right behind her is the wellknown actor Pat Brown. Pat went to the same College of Dramatics that Frank Szabo did. At the candy counter I spy somone you sports fans all know. He is the light-weight champ of the world, Robert King. There's Calvin Cross the editor of the famous newspaper "First Things Come First," and his assistant editor, Pearl Isom. The Junior senator of Michigan is also at our Reunion. She is the first female senator in the State of Michigan, Linda Patton. Sorry folks, time is just about up so we must bid you all good bye. This is station C. J.H.S. signing off. Like Ben Franklin says, "A man who falls in love with himself will have no rivals." Central Junior's 33rd Annual Reflector PRESIDENTS VICE-PRESIDENTS SECRETARY-TREASURERS Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reilggfgg- RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES FRIENDLY COMMITTEE SERGEANTS AT ARMS Central Junlnr's 331-d Annual Reflector P. T. A. REPRESENTATIVES POST MESSENGERS ORCHESTRA Central Junlcr's 33rd Annual Reflector MORNING AND NOON DUTY SQUAD SERVICE SQUAD I RRR SERVICE AWARD WINNERS Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector ssiiviciz SQUAD Central's Service Squad is composed of the best students in the school. Their duty is to keep the halls in an orderly procedure. Mrs. Klempnow is in charge. Our Service Squad Captains are Louis Cast- ellanos and Eugene Hand. First floor lieutenants are Dace Lusis and DainaSeklinsg second floor, Ann Muellervveiss, and Billie Dee Lofbackg third floor, Holly Manning and Jackie Chamberlain, shop, Ken Svrcina and Thomas Hain. Service Squad members are: Nancy Henn- ing, Mary Ann McGregor, Alice Salrner,Ruth Ann Schoultz, Sharon Parette, Mack Solom- an, Linda Betzold, Valdis Vitols, Joy Mazany, Sally Barns, Peggy Stenback, Carol Wolinski, Joan Whitten,Beverl31 Misner, Isabel Sanchez, Roberta Vogan, Larry Kast. Eileen Fuller, Bette McClellan, Gladys Miller, Jean Finger, Florence Nowak, Diane Sodeman, Pat Cosner, Joseph Wisniewski, Jean Molitar, Catherine Hardy, Mike Morri- son, Greg Barris, Katherine Shaffer, Baiba Skrivalis, James L. Jackson, David Buzee, Harriet Stein, Silvario Becerril. Nancy Chalenko, Martha Kemper, Silvanio Fuligencio, Barbara Hillier, Mary Brantly, Karen Rickter, Katherine Mayer, Eugene Briggs, Sharon Rickter, Gary Weirauch, J acquline Hartzman, Elinor Claytor, Richard Gaumer, Cynthia Riser, Margaret Roberts, Rafael Sanchez, Carol Burr, Judy Butcher, Daniel Scott, Mary Moore, Margaret Klisch, Kay Descho, Julia Evans, Gail Ehlett, Faye Sebald, Lois Bryce, Bob Kynaet, Don Alvens, Clarence Stokes, Gatis Lusis, Joyce Miles, Bertha Newton, Elenor Gushen, David Urbytes, Bob Armstrong, Sharon Nash, Joyce Guest, Jean Riffelniark, Ilze Prikulis, Patty Pike, Susan Cherry, Irene Seklins, Sharon Yauck, Yvvnne Ely, Robert Cattrell. Ronald Roser, David Schroeder, Peggy Sch- wager, Albert Pollard, R. A. Stephens, Gerald Gray, Sandra Kay Billmeier, Torn Hain, Janet Bloom, Dennis Lichon, Ruth Lebknecht and Judy Lea ch. Our Service Squad did a fine job this year. OFFICE HELP The office helpers are selected from the ninth grade. They run errands, answer the telephone do simple filing, and odd jobs in 106 and 108. They are, Martha Kemper, Carol Hubbell, Kay Descho, Ernestin Bothuel, Carol Burr, Gail Ahlert, Judy Schnetzler, Bet- te McCullan, Katherine Schaffer, Diana Sek- Iins, Sharon Gilmore, Judy Randall, Nancy Henning, Julie Evans Ruth Ann Schoults, Clarence Stokes, Erlene Hall, Pat Habina. Noon Duty Service Squad At Central, besides our regular service squad , we have a morning and two noon duty squads. These people give up a part of their lunch hour to help keep the halls cleared, keep students out of the courts and keep order in the auditorium and cafeteria. The morning duty squad keeps students out of the building until the proper time. Mr. McMullin is in charge of the morning duty squad. The squad includes: Steve Ar- meros, Dick Galmer, Tom Hain, Tom Ham- montre, Barbara Henderson, Florence Hen- derson, James Kuk, Dennis Lichon, Don Li- chon, John Livingston, Nelson Loranger, Louise McDaniel, George Snyder, Dan Scott, Joe Wisniewski. Mr. Schroeder is in charge of the 4th hour noon duty squad. Members are: Bob Cottrell, Marcia Dill, Ashley Compau, Essie Lane, Thelma Jones, Barbara Henderson, Freddy Dickson, Judy Shimel, Pearl Kelly, Jean Snead, Johannie Conway, Pat O'Connor, Elizabeth Powell, Dick Allen, Warren Steiner, Jerry Reittenbach, Faye Harrison, Kathy Shaffert,HerbertDelgado,DaveBuzzee,Daniel Scott, Harold Brown, LavinaManchester, Faye Sebold, Elinor Claytor, Bob McCormick, R. A. Stephens and Judy Butcher. Miss Lundbom is in charge of the 5th hour noon duty squad. The members are, Douglas Anderson, Dennis Lichon, Roger Lewis, Linda Pelayo, Shirley Sparks, Bobby Parker, Ron ald Roeser, Peggy Brandley, Steve Armeros, Gary Wurtz, Beverly Strudgeon, Greg Barris. Audrey Swiss, Jerry Schafer, Wayne Vilas- cavage, Booker Washington. Walter L. Nor- man, James Jackson, Ken Kowalski, Tracy Presley, F. Norman, Barbara Hillier, John Livingston and Ronald Weinert. Mr. Watkins and Mr. Goodenow also help in the halls and cafeteria during noon hour. CENTRA L'S MAJOR ETTES Central's majorettes, under the expert dir- ection of Mr. Mathews, have done a very nice job this year. These girls practiced very hard after school to gain precision timing. They have marched in several parades and made Central very proud of them. Girls who wish to be maj oret tes should know some thing about the art of twirling a baton and bewilling to practice many hours after school. This year the head majorette is Jackie Chamberlain and the majorettes are: Mary Boyer, Bette McClellan, Beverly Brinkman, Sue Cherry and Carol Gardner. Nice job girls. Central Junlon-'s 33rd Annual Reflector CENTRAIPS URCHESTRA We are proud to have an orchestra at Central under the leadership of Mrs. Mary Carlson. All ofthe students strived earnestly during 1955 and 1956 to form a good orc- hestra and they all deserve a good pat on the back for it. The students play frequently for P.T.A., schools, concerts, and have a Spring Festival every year. We would like to thank all of them. The orchestra members are, Leo Borrello, Nancy Gregory, Janice Haefele, Herbert Han- sen, John Luebkert, Allen Maris, Melcha Millar, Gwendolyn Pruiett, Douglas Anderson lndilus Ansevics, Richard Banks, John Ferg- uson, Marie Hetzner, Connie Hunt, Gerald Horn, Walter Kuhlman, Janis Janson, lndu- lis Judzis, Victoria Mares, Callie McAfee, Pat Smith, Gary Sterling, Jean Sutters and Gene White. CENTRAUS Y-TEENS Central's Y- Teens meet once each month at the Y.W.C.A.with otherJunior High Y Teens. Some of their activities were, a Get Acquainted Party and a Recognition Service during the month of September, a Christmas party inDecember,in January they had a swim- ming party at the Y.M.C.A., on February 24, they held a Leap Year Dance and they had a hayride in March. Some of Centralls Y-Teen members are Dianne Barnes, Patricia Campell, Patricia Clymer, Hope Cryz, Sonia Green, Luddie Jackson, Carolyn Johnson, Maxine Jolis, Louise Lanier, Sue Nelson, Jane Rosier and Gail McCloud. CENTRAIRS IJBRABY STAFF By Sharon Drouillard To some pupils of Central our library may seem to be a rather "gloomy forest" but with the help of Miss Schindler and her crew, much light can be found. Miss Schindler is in charge of the library. Her helpers are Geraldine Gilkison, Virginia Johnson, Elizabeth Hill, J acquelynn Haitman, Sharon Huff, Pat O'Connor, Linda Pelayo, Baiba Skrivelis and Elizabeth Ricica. This library staff helps Miss Schindler put the books in their right order on the shelves, check in and out books, keep the magazine table and rack neat and check the Encyclope- dias every night. All duties in the library rotate every , fifth week. Helpers can select new titles ofbooks for next year and they soon learn to use the card catolog in a very efficient manner. CENTRAUS BAND Holly Manning Centralls Band is one to be proud of under the direction of one of SaginaW's finest band directors Mr. Kenneth Mathews. They have proved themselves a competent group. Some of the years activities included marching in the Memorial Day parade and participatingin the Band Drama on May 27. The Band is divided into nine sections. They areg the flute section, trumpet section, saxo- phone section, clarinet section, horn section, trombone section, baritone section, bass sec- tion and the drum section. The flute section includes Geoffrey Smith, Ann Muellerweiss, Sally Barnes, Louene Ahl- gren and Deane Sodeman. The trumpet players are Luis Castellanos, Paul Horton, Clyde Braman, Robert Lilly, Sherrol Cross, Cynthia Riser, Dewey Bertram, Bette McClellan, Louise Kartz, Kenneth Svrc- ina, Albert Gulliver, Grace Van Horn and Mirta de los Santos. Those in the horn section are Jerry Ulrey Nina Bowman, Gladys Laurette,Emma Flores, Bob Gamez, Carol Pitsch and Joe Hernandez. In the trombone section are Eldon Lake, Frank Miller, Greg Barris, Janet Taylor, Bill Cymbol and Doug Eads. In the baritone section are HollylVlanning, Mary Caballero,Kay Fager and Pat Habina. The bass players include Gary Weiravch, Micheal Morrison, Bill Murlick, BobNovak, Leroy Daniel, Wayne Hahn and Thomasfles- selaitis. This Advanced Band is made upfof Hfty- five ninth graders, thirteen eighth graders and one seventh grader. FAREWELL CENTRAL by Mary Ann McGregor F-riends we made at Central. A-ll year those who worked hard received A's. R-eports that many will miss in their civics c ass. E-nglish grammar that Central taught us. W-ell wishes are left behind for teachers. E-flicient work from students will be remem- bered. L-aughs enjoyed at Central. L-atin most students will make use of. C-entral, proud, erect and tall. E-s students are sorry about. N-oon hours that so many enjoyed. T-eachers that students will miss. R-egalcrown I-lollyManning andNorm Schrah. A-nnual Reflector may she neverbeforgotten. L-earning that students have accomplished at Central Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector mx LW J Ffgur, 4351 ,A 23-' Q . nf an +5 Q All ?ff'1?X? . A D, .L V l Qf 'li I 55 Q 335231 , 0 , Sr 1. DRAMATICS CLUB 2. OFFICE WORERS 3. LIBRARY STAFF I Central Junler's 33rd Annual Reflector SILVERWARE COMMITTEE FRESHMAN LEAGUE Central Juniox-'s 33rd Annusi Reflector ,aa-1' . w 1 .uf fwfg up 1 H Fx, . MAJORETTES ! CHEERLEADERS Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector VOLLEY BALL TEAM JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM Central Junlnr's 33rd Annual Reflector CENTRAL JUNIOR BAND - .............,..-in..,....,..,-,-. -1 n...,........i,....,,.e,.,,... . .. ..V- ,. ...........,- --.N , .... . -A- - ---W a------I ..-e..,- .. - H. R 103 1011 112 113 210 211A 212 an 21513 215B 306B 308 310 311 312B 115A 115B 102A 111 207A 209 213 302 303 300 301 305 306A 315 B c D """L" 'A' ""'.T'.1A 7v1.LllTl.,-'A-'I,f'J.'QI-- "7TJ'f'ZffL'1'f. ' Y Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector HOME Q 2 X 2 President Sandra Thon Elizabeth Ricica Kay Sovia Frances Winfield Thomas Panko Waltraut Mielke Sue Price Janet Leach David Castillo Robert Herweyer James Jackson Joan Crawford Gary Gosaynie Sharon Frader Mary Abbott Lyn Brown Wendy Korniski ROOM OFFICERS E 2 Q Q I 2 Q 2 Vice-President Roy Stahl David Officer Janice Nelson Ken Wilson Terry Sue Pickens Maria Velani Donald Scott Leonard Mattews Theodore Carter Thomas Hollis Dorothy Jackson Frank Laurette Robert Grabmeyer Oscar Hernandez Shirley Barry Barbara Bruce Victoria Mares Eiaaia Erase Ruth Vliet Elvie Webb Thomas Roberts Ann Schiebner George Martinez Janice Kleinert Thelma:Jackson Marcia Dill Viola Gaines Carol Meadows Sue Nelson Marilyn Pearce Paul Hillert Henry Castillo William Green Myrtle Vaughn Pat Zwingman Nancy!Reed Linda Cummins Brian Mclnerney Margaret Golz Diethild Jeorke Barbara Culpepper Gloria Ford Carol Melville Judy Nolish Constance Porterfield Frank Baniel Robert Fowlkes Gerald Horn Secretary-Treasurer Sandra Speer David Goodside Bill Melvin Mamie Woods Cynthia Parrette Connie Triant Susan,Smith Lyle Mac Donald Ben Bernal Warren Kent Ken Cohee Karen Kelsey Sylvia Boardley Kathryn McNickle Timothy Barnes Frances Cromwell Larene Hall Jerry Warner Nancy Wilson Carol Reynolds Baiba Skrivelis Connie Loomis Ruth Klimkewicz Florence'Henderson Louise Doster Frances Casel Sylvester Mayes Robert Pfau Ilze Prikulis David Gray Richard Garlick Tom Heilman E G-1 G-2 G-3 H K llll. 116 lOO 101A 1OlB 102B 105 200 203 20 205 207B 208 211B 301+ 313 31M Central Junion-'s 331-d Annual Reflector E David Kerr George Woods Carmen Larrucea Billy Taraohas Ronald Holmes Arthur Clements l 5 Q E Q Q 2 2 Q 2 i n H - - Ann Jordan 'Luis Castellanos Ronnie Miller Kathy Shaffer Gail Ehlert Earl Crane Judy Schnetzler Bruce Lofback Chas Steiner Lyle Wolfgang Larry Kast June Gies Beverly Holmes David Buzzee Elinor Claytor Earnestine Bcthuel Bobbie Parker Le V. Jackson John Barchak Robert Kushcn Audrey Swiss Raymond Ball Bob Federspiel E-E Q 2 2 Q.2 Julie Vaughan Mary Boyer Daina Seklins Mary Ruiz Edith'Brooks Joseph Jones Eileen Fuller Kathleen Lewis Karen Richter Joan Whitten Yvonne Ely Barbara Godo James Hooper Carol Brown Robert Kynast John Livingston Joe Pelon Lloyd Collen Dennis Farmer Joy Letourneau Beverly Strudgeon Larry Carter George Andros Frances Steiner Holly Manning 1 Judy Kiley Jerry Thon Sue Franctk Barbara Hedrick Judy Randall Jean Molitor . Sandra Richards Sharon Yauck Barbara Dengler Betty Gorski Barbara Hillier Carol Burr Nancy Chalenko Mary Booth Nancy Henning 1,f:5',,:fs-:L-.:fea.af W ig ff Aga? , --:M N 5 -' A fi W A' Z 5 LL 2 Central Junlon-'s 33rd Annual Reileetor SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM an-4 2? Q 3 . ' l ,im , . ' 'wfz - 3 x ,. 1, 5,6 1: .My if?5Q!f:,,- S35 35852 aw -. ma. am M., ss ,- s E SOCCER TEAM Central Junlon-'s 331-d Annual Reflector BASKETBALL by Art Ugartecha Our Seniors had to be content to share the 1955-56 basketball champion ship with Webber, with each team winning six and losing three games. High scorers for the seasonwere,Bob- by Parker 132 points, Jim Hooper 55 points, Norm Schrah 51 points, and R.A.Stevens 45 points. ' The team consisted of Clifford Caldwell, Jim Hooper, Norm Schrah, LloydMcKenzie, Bobby Parker, Joel Seay, Frank Miller, Cal- vin Cross R.A. Stevens, Charles McClain. Coach Goodenow's team deserves credit for winning the championship alone in the 8th grade last year and tying for it in the 9th grade this year. Final Standings fSeniorsJ W L Central 6 3 Webber 6 3 North 5 4 South 1 8 Central's Juniors, coached by Mr. Watkins, didn't succeed as the Seniors. They finished tied with Webber for last place. The team deserves credit for not giving up after losing the first six games. They went on to win two out of the next three g ames. High scorers for the season Wereg Alfred Fulford, with 71 points, Warren Wood, 47 points, and John Hall, 43 points. The team consisted of Dick Garlick, Warren Wood, Brian Mclnerney, Allred Fulford, Dave McCray, Joe Powe, Gary Tarrant, and Roger Riffelmacker. The managers were Galen Redinbo and Mike Tobin. Final Standings Uunilorsl Because W North 9 0 South 5 4 Central 2 7 Webber 2 7 . BASEBALL today, May 11, is our deadline for all articles for our annual Reflector We can only give you the results of our 1956 baseball season up to today. April 26 Central 4 Webber 8 May 1 Central 2 South 10 May 3 Central 4 North 1 May 8 Central 11 Webber 5 Norman Schrah and Bob Parker did the pitching. VOLLEYBALL by Mary Ann McGregor During 1955-1956, Miss Lundbom and her volleyball squad did their best to win the championship, but much to their disappoint- ment, didn't quite succeed. The squad consisted of Leola Brown, Kay Fager, Janis Granville, Barbara Hiller, Rob- erta Vogan, Peggy Brandley, Jackie Cham- berlain, Shirley Lazzaro, Etta Beatty, Betty Corski, Susan Schartow, Pat O'Conner, Sherell Cross, Ashly Compau, Ann Schiebner, Edith Brooks, Sandra Speers, Lavina Manchester, Ilze Prikulis, Bruie Strautniks, Nodia Samra, Margaret Schmidt, Mary Ann McGor, El- eanor Gushen, Baiba Skrivelis, Norma Sims, Louise McDaniels, Leomi Holt, Maxine Bow, Betty Yates, and manager Ruth Liebkneckt. FINAL STANDINGS 4 VSESON LOST 3 South Webber 8 4 Central 5 7 North 2 10 Soccer Team Central's soccer team,coached by Mr. Good- enow, made a very good showing for an inex- perienced group of boys. Mr. Goodenow de- serves much credit for the team placing sec- ond in the soccer league. The team consisted of Jerry Losee, Jim Hooper, Norm Schrah, Bobby Parker, Joe Seay, Frank Lange, Lloyd Allen, Clifford Caldwell, Charles McClain, Larry Newsome, Louie Economou, James R. Jackson, Herb Delgado, R.A. Stevens and lndulis Judzis. The manager of the team was James C. Jackson. Final Standings W L T Webber 5 1 0 Central 3 2 1 North 2 4 0 South 1 4 1 S WIM M ING Finals for the Junior High Swimming Meet were held on May 10, at the Saginaw HighPool. Central's Bob Herweyer Won the junior divis- ion diving championship. In the over-all meet, Central placed third in the junior division with 10 points and fourth in the senior divi- siongvith 11 points. Mr. Goodenow was the coac . Central Junion-'s 331-d Annual Reflector 'LK 35, v-,l , . 7 Tk 2 T-ls., is


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