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Page 53 text:
Central Junilor's 33rd Annual Reflector
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Page 52 text:
Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector
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
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
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
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
N INTH GRADE
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-
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.
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.
Clare Stolz 10
Marlyn Strother 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 .,
Shebby Jean Snead
Mack B. Solaman II
Jim J. Thomas
Page 54 text:
Central Junior-'s 33rd Annual Reflector
. 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
. Donald Zlotnik
James Willie Williams
Phantrince L. Wilson
1. Danna Wood
2. Joanne Woodke
. Albert Wright
. Gary Wurtz
. Joyce Yarabeck
. Raymond Yarger
. Sharon Yauck
. Ronnie Zanner
. Barbara Zierofi
. James Zimmer
8. Christina Zamudio
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
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 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
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.
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