Central High School - Warrior Yearbook (Memphis, TN)

 - Class of 1959

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I 7, 7Y77,,, ,,,, I 7, TY 2' . , 7, ,,.,,., , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Qi I 5'2" a " -WW- Ls- Pfiblllllf Imint uv In lie-ntral High S4-lmwl uith its nvau' half 1't'IlIlll4f uf trmhtimlf and lnmms. Vive Cx-lltlulite-s hun' l't'4'trQ1IliZt'il Ihr- truv utlri- hutes of nur' Qvhmwli in Ihviv qualities Sw Iiikl' much pridv. WX- hmm- If'8I'Ilf'ii to lPHIlt'lI'illt' the- surfaw l'lllll'Ell'tQ'I'i5fi4'5 uf Cvrxtrul and In up, p1'vc'iutf- thf- stuluhmlf ff-r uhil-h thc' svhmnl has l'w'eix'c'ri su muvh uwhlirn. I. il CQ-rltlul War' Illll. xnml ,HU In fm' lhv S1-lnml us wc fha Ill In-r true- 1hal'z1c'tr-r. 1lvr11n- with lIlt'l I will shim yuuf THIS IS ffl-IYIXR XII --.-....,-...,, -is We Centralites see and hear our school receive much recognition for its high ideals and its many great accomplishments. Verhal praise for our high academic standing and good athletic record causes us to swell with pride. Centralis excellent scholas- tic rating is shown hy our many Merit Scholarship finalists and National Honor Society memhers: the trophy-lined walls are material evidence of our numerous feats in athletics and other fields. We have a feeling of satisfaction and pride to have such fine examples of Centralis standards and honors. Central is an outlet for many individual interests. The academic courses give us more than adequate preparation for any of our future endeavors. Our selective courses such as radio. home economics. art. music appreciation. and hand. prepare us for specific roles in life. Voluntary work on puhlica- tions. in the hookstore. the candy store. the luncha room. or the office gives us experience in coopera- tion. responsihility. and human relations. The boys' participation in the R.O.T.C. gives them training for future military obligations. ll Q , 3- 1 1 5-sill f I N A 1 A 3' Egg. iQ --3 .... nl: -4.. -.un-v'.,..--pnvvw 6 R 3, sk in 5. ffTf1?'f? f' ,awry , W, 1 qv We Central Warriors give full support to our athletic teams. Whether we yell at the pep meetings. make posters, attend every game. or just give our moral support with a few words of encouragement. our hacking is al- ways needed and appreciated. lnter-city com- petition leads to keen rivalry and therefore a closer binding of all us students. Boys, and girls' intramurals also play an important role in our school activities. Extra- curricular sports along with the intramurals develop a spirit of teamwork and good sports- manship. 'ku AF Although we learn much with the help of textbooks and the guidance of our teachers, we also find many opportunities to increase our knowledge in the school library. The lihrary in its quiet dignity not only is a place of stuclx' and relaxation. lvut also serves as ll place- for society incluctions and teas. .A CENTRAL u In lmler In lin- mle111m'I'a1Ii1-ally ue- must umlvrstaml thai prinviplc-s uf an mln-1nm'1'a4'y. VU' are laugh! surh mlm'- trim-s tllnmggll nur sluclvnt QlDYf'I'IlIlN'lll 1-levtiulms. By pa1'tic'ipating: in these s-len-tions m- realize tht- true- xalue uf mlc'n1m'1'atiC xuting. XXTIIPIIIPY running for an offirf' or just 4'3INli2liQIIllllQ. xx 1- gain many friends and many ideas fm' tlw lPf'llt'l'IIN'lIl of Central. mm X. M 5 w , y, . tx X X . X,. 1 Tlwsa' pax! len' pages hare' slzozvn you only llle surfarv of wlzaf really goes on inside Central. Come Il'l'fll me and false an even closer look .' 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H1 We- stmlvnls uf Ltlllllfil am 1-1II'tllIlilll' lIl4ll't'll lf, haul- al rwvvl'-fziilirlg inlvrffst in us his frivmllx. 1-hr-vrful mam llt'I'. and lair 911111211115 um l1IIl'lf'I'Sf3I1lliI1QI have- Inwitwl um! mm nur lvm- qmnl rf- fpfwl. 5 The Administration-Backbone of Our 011001 BESIDES USING THE adding niavllinc, Mrs. Norton, thc' sclwol evvrm-tary. types. file-s. anil kf-Ups A 75'-A nl 1 C1'lllI'L1l.S finunviul re-Cn f. . , - x fx egg? "Go, , 'li-1, shwfk' ' J" X- wflgfi' X 'xlx if f .llie Pasi lives Un- iv Ol'R LIBRARIAN. Miss fXIarvPlla Crump, helps to lnal-u' thi- library a more attravtiw plum liy arranging intvrm-siiiig lvullvtin lioarmls. I 'I' f , lr. MRS. MARY THOMAS. Cvnlrull Af-Nant Principal. is vi-nQtanIly lmufy fulfilling her Specific rlutics an Hr. King! "right-liziml man." THE THOUSAND and unv Iliing4 that must ln' done tu kcvp ilu' UNDER THF ABLE Ql1l1l21IlCt'UfNITr.Nt'LllZiH1l NIr9.liurkP.l1inCl1P physical plant nf Cvntral running: arm- the- rcspunsilmilitivs of Mr. Gunn. ut C11-ntral an' ulway- app:-tizing anrl nulritinux. our cusmllian. MRS. FRANCES W. GUTHRIE, B.S.-Business Edu- cation, Bookstore Treasurer, Business Club Sponsor. HELEN CLAIRE HAMILTON, B.S.vArt3 Scholarship Committee, Red Cross Holiday Favors. VIRGINIA HARRELL. M.A.-Mathematicsg Honor So- ciety Sponsor. MRS. MARY K. HEFFERNAN, B.S., M.A.--Latin: French, Latin Club Sponsor. RUTH JAMES, B.S., M.A.-Spanish, Honor Society Sponsor. MARTHA LOU JONES, B.A.--American Historyg Chess Club Sponsor. MRS. MARY R. LINTON, A.B., M.A.-Spanishg Spon- sor, ROTC Sponsors' Club. MRS. ELIZABETH MALLOY, A.B., M.A.-English, Yearbook Adviser. A. E. MCCLAIN, B.S., M.A.--Bandg Latin. ROBERT H. McCORMICK, B.S., M.A.-Chemistry, Science Club Sponsor. LLOYD MCDOUGAL. B.S.-History, Coach. MRS. ,IOANNE MCLEMORE. B.S.--Physical Educationg Biology. Not Pictured: Rebekah Cohen, Wilma Keith, Grace 20 Mauzy. Our Teachers-Stepping MRS. RUTH B. ALMY. B.S., M.A.----Biologyg Bookstore Sponsor. MRS. ISABELLE BALL, B.S.-Home Economics. C. A. BRANYAN-Radio, Electronics, Radio Club Sponsor, Student Council Sponsor. AL BROWN, B.S.-Mechanical Drawing, Coach. GERALD BUCBEE. B.A.--Algebra Ig Debating Club Sponsor. SMITH H. BYRD--MTH, ROTC. MRS. ANALEA T. COOK, B.S.-Vocal Music, Ancient History. LILLIAN CRENSHAW, B.S.-- Business Education, Bus- iness Club Sponsor. CORNELIA B. CRINKLEY, B.A., M.A.-sMathematirs. MRS. DORRIS P. DAVIE, B.A., M.A.-4Englishg Flower Committee. MRS. EUNA FOREMAN, A.B.-English, Bookstore Sponsor. DOROTHY F. GREEN, A.B., M.A.--Science. tones Toward Higher Goals AGNES REAMS, B.A.-Englishg Red Cross Sponsor. ANNE SCHROLL, B.A., M.A.-Spanishg Mathematicsg Y-Teens Sponsor. CLAIRE SCHVVAM, A.B., M.A.-Englishg Newspaper Adviser. VIRGINIA SEFFENS, BS.-Mathematics: Scholarship Committee. ANNE SHEWMAKER, A.B., A.M.-Mathematics. SELMA SIEGMAN, B.S., M.A.-American Historyg Cheerleader and Pep Club Sponsorg Yearbook and Newspaper Business Adviser. .I. D. SIMPSON, B.S.-Physics. MRS. OPAL F. SMITH, A.B.-Chemistryg Building Representativeg Science Club Sponsor. WILLIAM W. WHARTON, B.S.-Mathcmaticsg Book- store Sponsorg Ice-Skating Club Sponsor. LOUISE WILLINGHAM, A.B.-Social Studiesg Scholar- ship Committeeg Honor Society Chairman. ROBERT A. WILLIS, B.S.-American History. Not Pictured: Laura Mauzy, Ruffner Murray, Mrs. Irma Sternberg. MRS. EVELYN L. MEEKS, B.S.-Englishg Junior Red Cross Sponsor. DOROTHY S. METZ, Ph.B.-- Englishg Scholarship Committee. CHARLIE A. MILLER, II.S., M.S.--Military Ilg Rifle Team. ADA VIRGINIA MILLETT, B.S.. M.Ed.A-Home Eco- nomics, Candy Counter Sponsor. DOROTHY M. NOLAN. BS., M.A.-English, Student Council Sponsor. H. C. PENNINGTON, B.S.--Mathematicsg Texthooksg Engineering Club Sponsor. MALCOLM C. PHILLIPS, B.S.-Ancient History, Coach. MARY E. POLACK. AB., M.A.-English, Student Council Sponsor. SHIRLEY M. POTTS, B.S.--English, Military Officers' Club Sponsor. LUCAS M. PRESCOTT, B.S.-Military I. ADA RAINES, B.S., M.A.-Lating French, Latin Club Sponsor. MRS. LOUISE ASKEW RAUSCHER, B.A., M.A.- Englishg Quill and Scroll Sponsorg Honor Society Sponsor. t Central e Can Never Say ia 2 if 0' X' ' . ,N N N. I IZPIINH f.UNIHlN.X'l'IHN SCHOUI. 'I'F.-Xfflilfll and SEWING PROYES TU ln' a plvuxant a- we-ll ax a worth- 'mphi- State -tunlvm ke-vpe Ure, Nlvlrxxwre' 4-orltinually while' hwlxlmy fur Hn. Nlwkx. Inu-x. HH Ll I4 111 3 '11 'JO O 7 - 5 - e P1 'n 1 E F1 711 IE O F1 U2 5 7 3 : 7. e, 7' 7. C 2. if 1 XIHF. FNIITH. an an-Iiw mf-mb:-r nf the Srmlllhf-rxl Hmm- WITH THIS ILONIIVL nf xsintvr. Nlix, Hum-ll vnrix lwr nl'-n Clulr. xpenil- mum frm- llflllf' in lu-r garden. -ummvr 'HJ-Iillll'UfIIlHhiI1QlIl1f'IEDNH. 15" Wfeachers Have All Work, 0 Playo' NIISS POLACK. ART vriliv. c'umparc's the cIifff'rvm'0 in quality nf tw, pnrtruilf. I " Lg Fifi-'Iii . 5 2 . ,,, yd! Q. xwyf TMJ A . A SINCE TAKING PICTURES is fun ami thx' rvsults are Iasting mvmuirs. Miw Jnnvs vnjoys In-r hulnlny of photrfgv raphy. Hi f'?!?w3M" f S N w.m..n an O, my xumnmm MRS. HEFFERNAN FINDS truv "YOU NIEPXN SONIIQOXK avtuully rides to svimnl in this!" Se-rgvuiilf Iiyrd and Xlillvr arc- trying In figurz- out tlu- IIIITIILIIIISIII nf thi- 'Ir-ur-toni built" 1937 Buick. ""' W ' 7 fi w .Is v up X K I 1 ,b,f,x 1-Iing. Iivr fuwritn' IiuIrI1y. falcinating and infurmatiw-. NIR. SIMPSON ami Mr. Branyan, who fi-ll and CUTIPCI tickf-is for Il21Skf'IIl3II gzanws. Chat during a "IuIl." 442195 ' 'I if I fix See our SPIli01'S, proud and mighty Here? are' ffl? Seniors of 559: Their fzztlzres IIOIU flwy fln Jrfsign Cmztrrzl 1111s p1'17J11r1v1 11111111 I0 110 tlzvir best By' putting Ifwir 11111131115 to the IPSZ' ,4I071Q 111111 tlzvir 11'11rlf. Seniors l1111'1f 111111 fun. Prlrliriprllirzg ill 111'1i1'iti1'x. luring 1111 II11' l'IllI. R111 fI1l'0IlQl1OIlf their lives Zheyfll 11P1'f'r f'OI'QPl Central and its 1111-'r1m1'ies, lingering wt. 5ENlDRS - -- Q a ,Qi 3,1 ,gif 24 5 T f 'S 9541, 35 gif QE 4? 1 4 x,f if 'U I u ,V , i 'fx . K4 Proudly Presentmg Our Hall Fame '-.529 WONT XTTRACTIVP flu Cn him Nurmx jew leter on WONT lllxl IX TO Nlffllll 'Nlark flilflmll 1 llluc ur Elected by Then' Own Semor Class BFQI1 XLL ROLND Uarx Xnne H ll wax Bal lxncit MOST INTELLIGENT LaVerne WdN1ell Jerrx Plerge I U on' Lira 'jf 1 Respected and Admlred by Everyone FRIFNDI IILST Eddle Feleenthal Elxzabeth Speme Maurlce Rhodes Catherme Pay ne MOST TALENTED Who Has Worked and Laughed Wlth Them W-'W-L 'K- 'us Vi ITTIP NT fxrace IXIIIIIGH JIIIHNN hfliilll WS X I HI F l If XHKITPI Nl ruell D T11 Week 1, ' 11 i 1 hr -3 e ,TMJ -1 "' ri 2 L- Mf.'T T .- z 1' 1 g . 'S Our Senior Year at Central- Here at Last AFTFR QITTIING IH our homerooma rlurmg Qemor Claw meetmga for the pa t two xeari uc felt a llttle QITHHUG '1QQe111bl1ng 111 the aucl1tor1un1 to plan our actnltlei for thu wear and dlccuas colleffc-Q for ne1ct ln our f1rat meehng Xlr SlllXlllf' of the l IIIXETQIIX of Ten nt Qee gate uc a lvrlef cleacrlptlon of college l1fe Ill general ln the meetlnffa that were to follow we made plane for our prom baccalaureate luncheon fmcl grftcluatlon the lug ewente that make the laat xear outatanfllng for am Qemor eQpec1allx one at Central OUR IAST XE-XR at Central' That had a funny rmg to It alco CENTRAL the xerx hub of our hlgh Qehool lxfe Central ws 1th 1tQ monthlx newcpapela It llettlc E'lECll0Il cam UIQ Ita lnnua atom 1tQ trxmff exame 'mtl lt Qcorea of Qllllllllg people who hate become our frlencla clurmrf theae p'12t three xc-ara' ps. PHE SENIOR CLASS offlrcr chetlx a 11 t of ptalur vshx will acldre the Qt mor at NSYIOU mectm durm the war IIIHHX B111 IIIPIIFPSIIIIVII Bttts Bennett Sefretarm Bob Knott Preszdent John Dollar bPfb6!1I1fI1l4ffI1S and Edd1e Fehenthal Treasurer hate ersed well a leamlfr of the N mor Cla , V 1 A 5 I' Q A ,X . 'f I . .W 0 cs vu Iv n 5. ' - a L D r V ree ' I., . 1 . . W5 ,Sl wr k V . In - Q Y Y . . . ' N X 1. . 1 Q DL ye, K I. v - 17 i v Y ' 1 C 1 . ' S "' ' '. - pillbl-. l. L l , ', "D V CL' U 1 A"S " C5 sf ss S I . - ' 2 ' Ui " ' 'G W - C 7 ' ' ' ' I -. 4 S - . , ' " S . - 'J ' " N A ' ' .' ji . I ' . U - -1 : ' ' . C C . . ' S ' '1 S -2 f si. . V CL Y C. 5 q RL at Flrst S0 Far Away, and ow S0 Swlftl Passed IMIQCI.-XI..XlRF.-X'l'lf Nl' IDU' WILD l'1'1-xlmytvriull flhurcl mls lln- firxt in II14- linv qf mvnl- nn Ilmw lu-l fvw lrus day. Walking into Ihr' l'llllT1'll w- lwwulxne- l.lK'llIf'1j' uwarf' nf Ilw ixxnpurlurm' uf our 31-ur ut f.l'llII'llI. I.:-ft to rlglltz In 4-in Kola:-rl-un. l'1-lvr Huy June- Morgan. :Xrminta Luft Nlulwl Nlvliall. Irvin Sulkx ,Iinnny June-s. Randall xwvllil! FINALLY! THE BIG night was hrlrc-f Everymle- was Ux- Vilvd HQ he' arrixvll at th.- auditoriurn for tin- Graduation rxvrciscd. Pausing during that laQt-rninutv rush. Hrs Sam Ukvon puts the final ftarnp of appmval nn Elaim- as Nlr. Ukcon Iuoks anxiwufly at hir watch. "MINE FITSI DOES YOURS?" On that long-awaiterl tlay last :spring Grace Kinnett and Mary Sue Packer agreed with Courtney Langston and Glenlee Ferguson that their very own senior rings brought the first authentic feeling of being seniors. AKIN, HOLISTONAAH. R. Pres. and Vive-Pres.: Intramurals: Basketball: Baseball Capt.-All-Menipbis: Travk: "H" Club: Color Guard: Neatest Cadet of the Year. ALEXANDER, LEON'-H. R. Treas.: Intramurals: Drill Team. ALLEN, CHARLES --H. R. Officer: Intramurals: Fashion Show Escort: Warrior Kick-off. ALLEN, HARRY ALLISON. JERRY AMMONS. PENNY ACREE, ALICE l"I'A Rep.: Intramurals: Publications ffireulaa tion Manager: Speech Club: Jr. Re-tl Cross Rep.: Office Assis- tant: Honor Ribbon: Warrior Kick-off: Gold Conv. Rep. ADAMS, JIMMY-A-H. R. Officer: Intramurals: Trask: Fashion Show Escort: Warrior Kickoff: Hall of l"aine. ADELMAN, RALPH-ASCieiit'e Club: Ilebating Club: lst Lieut., ROTC: Officers' Club: Monitor. ADKINS, BRENDA ADNEY, CAROLYN-Student G0v't Rep.: Intramurals: Business Club: I.atin Club: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn. AIZEN5H'l'A'l', SYLVIAV 'Yearbook: Scienee Club: Speech Club: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.--Honorable Mention: Quill and Scroll. ,aw ., ARMSTRONG, CECELIA-H. R. Officer: Science Club: Icc- Skating Club: Latin Club: Ticket Seller. ATKINS. ANITA -H. R. Sec. and Reporter: Intramurals: Sharps and Flats Club: Speech Club: Pep Club: A Cappella Choir: Sponsors' Club Sec. AYRES, BETH Newspaper: Spec-ch Club: Pep Club: Warrior Kick-off. BACHELOR. JUDITH--H. R. Officer: Intramurals: Pep Club: jr. Red Cross Rep.: Fashion Show. BAILEY. REBECCIA--lntrainurals: Pep Club: Y-Teens. BAIN. BETTYE-Spanish Tourn.: Fashion Show. ANDERS, BOBBY-Science Club: Candy Counter: French Tourn. ANDRE, CARLA-Pep Club: Spanish Club. ANDRE, VIRGINIA-Newspaper: Sharps and Flats Club: Quill and Scroll: Speech Club: Pep Club: A Cappella Choir: French Tourn. ANGEL, STEVE -Student Cov't Rep.: Intramurals: All-Stars: Yearbook: Honor Society Vice-Pres.: Sciencc Club: Fr. Class Vice-Pres.: Drill Team: Honor Ribbon: Cold Conv. Rep.: Quill and Scroll. APFEL, CAY--Speech Club: Science Club: Pep Club: lr. Red Cross Rep.: Monitor. APPLECATE, RICHARD-Seience Club: Ice-Skating Club: Rifle Team ROTC. BAKER, SARAH---Student Gov't Rep.: Intramurals: Speech Club: Science Club: Pep Club: Sponsors' Club: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Office Assistant: Warrior Kick-off. BAKER, W1LLIAfNIsIntrainuraIs. BALDWIN. RICHARD-Band: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Honor Ribbon: Cold Conv. Rep,: West Tenn. Band Contest. BEARD, BEVERLY-Intramurals: Library Club: Pep Club: A Cappella Choir: Y-Teens: Library Assistant. BECKHAM, PAT-Intramurals: Football: Baseball: Track: MH" Club. BEHREND, DAVID-Intramurals. 33 BLACK, GORDON-Footballg Baseballg "H" Clubg Talent Showg Swimming Team. BLAlR, DALE-Student Cov't Rep.g lntralnuralsg Speech Clubg Busi- ness Clubg Pep Club: Fr. Class Nom. Conv.g Sponsors' Clubg Office Assistantg Honor Ribbong Warrior Kick-offg Pilgrimage to United Nations 1958. BLEDSOE, JOHN-Debating Clubg Chess Clubg Warrior Kick-off. BLEN, BERNIE-lntramuralsg Science Clulig jr. Red Cross Rep.g Latin Tourn. BLOCKKIAN, JEROME-H. R. Officerg Yearbookg Speech Clubg Science Clubg Sr. Class Nom. Conv.g Honor Ribbong Spanish Toum. BOBO, VVALTER-Intramurals: Science Clubg lee-Skating Clubg Radio Club: Ticket Sellerg Honor Ribbon. 34 BENNETT, BETTY-lntramuralsg lce-Skating Clubg Business Club Treas.g Honor Ribbong Latin Tourn.g Capt. Centraliteg jr. Class Vice-l'res.g Sr. Class Sec.g Student Cov't Rep. BENNETT, PATRlClA4Speecl1 Clubg Pep Club Treas.g Honor Ribbon. BERNATSKY, CAROL-H. R. Sec.g Pep Clubg Honor Ribbong Busi- ness Staff: Spanish Tourn.g Warrior Kick-offg Quill and Scroll. BESSER, CHERYLglLittle Rock Central4Talent Sbowl. BETTIS, LEE-Trackg "H" Clubg Monitorg Football Co-Captaing Football-All-Memphisg Swimming Team. BETTISON. JOE-Neatest Cadetg lntramuralsg Basketballg Trackg Tennisg Band: Science Clubq Ticket Scllerg Latin Tourn.g Fashion Showg Gold Conv. Rf-p.g Swimming Team. BECTEL, MARGIE-lntramuralsg Science Clubg lce4Skating Clubg Pep Clubg Bookstore. BIBB, JOAN-H. R. Officerg lntramuralsg Latin Clubg Pep Clubg Sr. Class Nom. Conv.g Latin Tourn.g Warrior Kick-offg Green Conv. Rep. BILES, JIBIBIY--Student Cov't Rep.g F4notball-AllMemphis2 Track Capt.g "H" Clubg Honor Ribbong Latin Tourn.g French Tourn.: llonitorg Vice-Pres. Sr. Classg Cand. for Comm. of Publieityg Cand. for Vice-Pres. Student Cov'tg Cand. Pres. Fr. Classg Cand. Pres. Jr. Class. BILLINGSLEY, ,ION--H. R. Vice-l'res.g lntramuralsg lee-Skating Clubg Choral Clubg A Cappella Clloirg ROTC Officerg Officers' Club. BINKLEY. SANDRA-Warrior Rep.g lntramuralsg Ticket Seller. BIRCHFIELD, CHARLOTTE-Student Gov't Rep.g Newspaperq Honor Society: Quill and Scrollg Pep Clubg Honor Ribbong Assistant Fire Marsbalg Green Conv. Rep. BOETTCHER. SANBRAH-Intramurals: Pep Club: Fashion Show. BONDS, BETTY JANE----Sharps and Flats Club: Speech Club. BOYD, LINDAvIntramurals: Pep Club: Cold Key in Art. BRADFORD. JAN' Sharps and Flats Club: Speech Club Treasurer: Pep Club, BRADOW. LESLIE-Sharps and Flats Club: Science Club: Vice-Pres. Business Club: Latin Club: Bookstore: Honor Ribbon: Latin Toum. BRANCH, BARBARA-Pres. Library Club: Business Club: Latin Club: Pep Club: Library Assistant: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.: Math Tourn.: Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist. BREYTSPRAAK, BETSY-H. R. Sec.: Intramurals: Yearbook: Honor Society Treas.: Pep Club: A Cappella Choir: Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.: ,French Tourn.: Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist: Quill and Scroll. BRIEF, MARILYN 'Business Staff: Speech Club: Office Assistant: Fashion Show. BRICANCE, GAIL-Intramurals: Pep Club: Bookstore: Ticket Seller: Fashion Show: Fire Marshal. BRIGGS, TONIBIY--'Science Club: Ticket Seller. BRIGHAM, ELAINE-Intramurals: Choral Club: Y-Teens. BRITT, CHARLES-Radio Club: Rifle Team. nv J BRODOFSKY, INIELVIN-Student Cov't Rep.: Intramurals: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Honor Ribbon. BROWN, JACK-Newspaper: Band: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: Latin Club: Radio Club: Honor Ribbon: Math Tourn.: West Tenn. Band Contest: Enid. Okla., Band Contest: Science Club Pres. BROWN, SANDRA-Newspaper: Choral Club: A Cappella Choir: Fashion Show: Talent Show Winner: Warrior Kick-off. BURFORD, BIARCARET-H. R. Officer: Science Club: Pep Club: Jr. Red Cross. Rep.: Office Assistant. BURCESS, WAYNE-ROTC Officer: Drill Team: Sgt.-at-Arms- Officers' Club. BUSBY, ,JLIDXIJIIIITZJIIIUTHISQ Yearbook: Pep Club: Treas. A Cappella Choir: Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: French Tourn.: Talent Show: Warrior Kick-off: Cold Conv. Rep.: All-State Choir: Math Tourn. 3 36 "WE MADE IT!" seems to be the mutual expression of Lawrence Grayson and Barbara Branch, two of the sixteen Central Seniors who were semi-finalists in the Merit Scholarship Exams. CALLAHAN, RAY-Speech Club: Radio Club: Latin Tourn. CAMP, FRAN-Intramuralsg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g. Fashion Show. CANTER, SANDRA KAY-Business Club, Pep Club: Fash- ion Show. CASSEN. QUENTlN4H0nor Societyg Radio Clubg Junior Red Cross Rep.g Honor Ribbon, Spanish Tourn.3 Monitor. CHAPUIS, JACKIE'-lntramuralsg Pep Club. CHILDRESS, SANDRA-PTA Rep.g Student Cov't. Rep.g lntramuralsg Speech Clubg Business Clubg Pep Club Treas.g Office Assistantg Warrior Kick-off. T SCHOLARSHD Hgfnlfl - FINAUSTS BUTCHER, SHARON-Candy Counterg Fashion Show. BUTLER, KAYvIntramuralsg Honor Societyg Pep Clubg A Cap- pella Choirg Y-Teens, Office Assistantg Honor Ribbon, Delegate to United Nations. BUTTS, CLAIREfH. R. Sec.g Speech Club, Science Club, Ice- Skating Clubg Pep Clubg Fr. Class Nom. Conv., Jr. Class Nom. Conv.g Sponsors' Cluhg Bookstore. CADE, CATHERINE--lntramuralsg Speech Club Sec.g Science Clubg Pep Club, Honor Ribbong French Tourn.g Green Conv. Rep., tLyons Township, Ill.: Student Gov't Rep., Fr. Rep. to Youth Center Boardl. CALDWELL, KAY-lntramuralsg Speech Club, Pep Cluhg Spon- sors' Clubg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Fashion Show. CALDWELL, MARK-H. R. Pres., Intramuralsg Student Cov't Asst. Marshal and Pres.g Honor Societyg Science Club: ROTC M-ll 2nd Lie-ut., Drill Teamg Officers' Clubg Honor Ribbong Fr. Class Pres.: Leader Best-Drilled Platoon, Outstanding M-I Cadetg Hall of Fame. is if 'U ' ' COLEMAN, JANICE-Intramurals, Sharps and Flats Club, Honor Ribbon. CONERLY, KAY-Pep Club, Fashion Show. CONLEY, LINDA-fBuras, Louisiana: Spanish Club, Year- book, Pep Club, Business Clubl. CONRAD, ,lERRYYlntrarnurals, Football, Basketball, Base- ball, NH" Club. COPPERSMITH, LARRY-Speech Club, Science Club. COWLING, PEGGY-Warrior Rep., Yearbook Sr. Sec. Ed., Honor Society, Quill and Scroll Rec. Sec., Pep Club, Sr. Class Nom. Conv., Office Assistant, Honor Ribbon, Latin Tourn., Warrior Kick-off, Green Conv. Rep. CHISOLM, BETTY-Intramurals, Yearbook, Speech Club, Business Club, Pep Club, A Cappella Choir, Jr. Class Nom. Conv., Jr. Red Cross Rep. and Vice-Pres., Honor Ribbon, Latin Toum., Spanish Toum., Green Conv. Rep., PTA Rep. COATS, BILL-Ice-Skating Club, Latin Tourn. COATS, REED-H. R. Chaplain, Newspaper, Speech Club, Science Club, Jr. Class Nom. Conv., Drill Team, Latin Tourn., Warrior Kick-off, Green Conv. Rep., Quill and Scroll. COBB, CONNIE-H. R. Vice-Pres., lntrarnurals, Speech Club, Ice-Skating Club, Business Club, Pep Club, Jr. Class Nom. Conv., Gold Conv. Rep. COHN, EMILY-Speech Club, Honor Ribbon, Latin Tourn ' Pep Club, lntramurals. COLE, CHARLOTTEAIntramurals. COX, ALICE-lntramurals, Speech Club, Pep Club, Spon- sors' Club Sec., Fashion Show, Warrior Kick-off. CRAIG,JANE!Intramura1s, Library Club, Pep-Club, Li- brary Assistant, Spanish Tourn., Gold Key Art Award. CRAWFORD, PATSY-lntramurals, Y-Teens, Fashion Show. CROCKARELL, LYNN-Student Gov't Rep., Yearbook, Speech Club, Science Club, Debating Club, Pep Club, PTA Rep. CULBREATH, SHERRYE-H. R. Vice-Pres., Student Gov't Rep., lntramurals, Speech Club, Science Club, Business Club Pres., Pep Club, Fr. Class Nom. Conv., Jr. Class Nom. Conv., Green Conv. Rep., Gold Conv. Rep. CUNNINGHAM, JOHNNY-Intramurals, Honor Ribbon. 37 CUPP, HOWARD-lntramuralsg Monitor, CURTIS, LARRY-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Intramuralsg A Cappella Choirg ROTC Colonel and Group Com- manderg Outstanding M-II Military Cadet. CURTIS. PAT-Intramuralsg Sharps and Flats Club: A Cappella Choir Section Leader and Librarian: All- State Choir. DAVIS, SALLY--lntramuralsg Speech Club: Latin Clubg Pep Clubg Latin Tourn.g Warrior Kick-off: Green and Cold Coms. Rep. DEARING, NATHAN-Intramuralsq Science Clubg Ice- Skating Club: Spanish Tourn.g Monitor. DENTON, PATAlntramuralsg Office Assistantg Candy Counter. DQQSAUSSURE, ED-Student Cov't Rep.g lntramuralsg Science Clubg Debating Clubg Chess Clubg Latin Tourn. DIAMOND, JERRY-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Intramuralsg Business Staffg Speech Club Vice-Pres.g Debating Club Sgt.-at-Arinsg Fr. and Jr. Class Nom. Convs.g Monitorg Fire Marshalg Warrior Kick-off. DILLON, PEGGY JO-lntrainuralsg Speech Clubg Pep Cluhg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Fashion Show. DOKE, MARY ANNE-Pep Club. DOLLAR, JOHN-Student Gov't Rep.g Footballq UH" Clubg Ticket Sellerg Monitorg Sr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms, DREPPARD, MARY MARGARET-H. R. Pres. and Treas.g Pep Clubgl Spanish Tourn. 8- ONE OF THE MANY college representatives who spoke to us throughout our senior year, Mr. Eglin of Princeton Uni- versity, discussed with these senior boys the school itself and the requirements for entrance. X1 UNDER THE APPROVING LOOKS of Jerry Nicholas, one of the authors of the Elizabeth Clinton Memorial Scholarship Fund, Margie Beutel hands her contribution to Mrs. Norton. DREVE, CHARLOTTE-H. R. Reporterg Intramuralsg Newspaper Staffg Speech Clubg Pep Cluhg Honor Ribbong Student Leader. DUNIVANT, PAT-Pep Clubg Y-Teens. DuVALL, RAYMOND-Drill Teamg French Toum. EASON, DONNA-H. R. Pres.g Intramuralsg Pep Clubq Office Assistantg Ticket Sellerg Spanish Toum. EASON, NANCY-Intramuralsg Science Clubg Ice-Skat- ing Clubg Pep Clubg Y-Teensg Fashion Show Chair- mang Fire Marshal. ECKLES, THOMvIntramuralsg Trackg ROTC Officer: Drill Teanig Latin T0urn.g Fire Marshal. EDDINS, DONNA-Pep Clubg Y-Teensg Fashion Show: Fire Marshal. ELCAN, JANE-Intramuralsg Pep Cluhg Warrior Kick- offg Cold Conv. Rep. ENGELBERC, ETTA JEAN-Intramuralsg Honor Rib- hon. ENGELBERG, SELMAslntramuralsg Sec.-Trcas. and Business Manager Business Staffg Honor Societyg Quill and Scrollg Latin Toum. ENGELBERC, STEVE-Intramuralsg Speech Cluhg Fr. and Jr. Class Nom. Convs.g Honor Ribbong Spanish Toum. EPSTEIN, SHERRY-Intramuralsg Debating Club. 'YQ au... FINTON, JEAN-lntramurals: Rand Librarian: Modern Music Blasters Business Club: Talent Show: West Tenn. Band Contest. FLAUTT, FRANKAH. R. Officer: Student Cvov't Comm. at Large: Science Club: Latin Tourn.: Monitor: Warrior Kick-off: Cold Conv. Rep. FORBESS, DAN-H. R. Sec. and Treas.: lntramurals: Fashion Show Escort. FOWLER, NANCY-Y-Teens: PTA Rep. FRIENER, HARRIET-PTA Rep.: Floor Manager: Quill and Scroll: Pep Club: Bookstore: Warrior Kick-off. CANIMON, BOBl3Yflntramurals: ROTC Officer: Drill Team: Offi- cers' Club Sec.: Ticket Seller. 40 FIRICKSON. KATHY -H. R. Vice-Pres.: Newspaper: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll Pres.: Speech Club: Sei:-nee Club: Debating Club: Pep Club: Fr. and Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: Offiee Assistant: llonor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.: Wlarrior Kick-off: Crt-en Conv. Rep. ESTES. DAVID lntrzirnurals: Radio Club. EVANS. JUNE' fH. R. See.: Intramurals: Honor Soi-iety: Speech Club Program Cb. and Pres.: Science Club Vice-Pres.: Latin Club: Pep Club: Y-Teens Chaplain and Vice-Pres.: Fr., Jr.. and Sr. Class Nom. Convs.: Jr. Red Cross Rep. and Program Ch.: Office Assistant: Ticket Seller: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn. Distinction: Student Leader: French Tourn. EVANS. LONNIE--Pep Club: ,lr. Red Cross Rep.: Tieket Seller: Fashion Show: Warrior Kick-off. EVANS. SHIRLEY -Sharps and Flats Club. FACST. JAMES-fPTA Rep.: H. R. Reporter: Intramurals: Radio Club Sgt.-at-Arins. FELSENTHAL, EDVVARD Student C0v't Rep.: lntramurals: Tennis: "H" Club: Honor Society: Fr. and Sr. Class Nom, Convs.: jr. Red Cross Pres.: Honor Ribbon: Creen and Cold lfonvs.: Tri-as. lr. and Sr. Class: Cand. Tre-as. Student llov't: ll. R. Oflieer: Hall of Fame. FERGUSON. RECKY-f-Horneroom Sec.: Warrior Reporter: Pep Club Secretary and President. FERGUSON, DALEfScience Club: Debating Club: Latin Club: Candy Counter: Latin Tournament. FERGUSON. GLENLEE-Intramurals: Honor Society See.: Speech Club: Pep Club: Fr. and Sr. Class Nom. Convs.: Honor Ribbon: French Tourn: Cold Conv. Rep.: Cand. Fr. Class Treas.: Capt. Centralitc. FERGUSON. PATRICI.-Xflntramurals: Pep Club: Y-Teens: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Bookstore: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn. FINCH, BOBBY--Sharps and Flats Club: Choral Club: A Cappella Choir: Drill Team. GARNER, GAY-Sharps and Flats Club: Pep Club: Office Assistant: Fashion Show. GARRISON, ,IINIXIIE LOU--H. R. Vice-Pres.: Business Club: Honor Ribbon: Fashion Show. GARRISON. IANA GATHINGS, SCARLETT-PTA Rep.: Newspaper: Quill and Scroll: Science Club: Honor Ribbon. GAUCHAT, ROSEMARY-Student Gov't Rep.: Pep Club: Fashion Show. GERHARIJT. liONNlE 'library Club: Pep Club: Library Assistant. GILBERT, JAMES-lntramurals: Track: Tennis: Band: Radio Club: Chess Club: Talent Show: West Tenn. Band Contest. GLOVER, KIADALYN-Speech Club: Choral Club: A Cappella Choir: Modern Music Masters: Fashion Show Commentator. GOLER, BERNIE-Speech Club: Science Club: Debating Club: Sr. Class Nom. Conv.: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Monitor: Fire Marshal. GOODRICH, CHARLES-Tennis: Band: Modern Music Blasters: Debating Club: Chess Club: Honor Ribbon: West Tenn. Band Contest. GOODWIN. ADRIENNE-lowensboro. Ky.: Rose Curtain Player: Newspaper: Speech Club: Pep Club: Choral Club: A Cappella Choir: Office Assistantl. GOSSETT, AL-H. R. Officer: Intramurals: Monitor GRACE. PERRY-H. R. Pres.: Student Gov't Rep.: Intramurals: Student Gov't Comm. of Student Assemblies: Honor Society: Cheer- leader: Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: Ticket Seller: Honor Ribbon: Fashion Show Escort: Monitor: Green Conv. Rep. GRAVES. l3ETTY+Rusiness Club: Pep Club: Sr. Class Nom. Conv.: Ticket Seller: Latin Tourn.: French Tourn. GRAYSON, L.AWRENCE+Intraniurals: H. R. Reporter: Debating Club: ROTC Officer: Color Guard: Officers' Club. GREENE. JIKINIY-Intramurals: Rand: Science Club: ROTC Officer: Officers' Club: Warrior Kick-off. GREEN. PAUL-Track: Radio Club: Chess Club: Spanish Tourn.: Talent Show: Warrior Kick-off. GREENHAW, LYNNE-H. R. Pres.: Student Gov't Rep.: Newspaper: Pep Club: Sr. Class Nom. Conv.: Office Assistant: Candy Counter: French Tourn.: Fire Marshal: Gold Conv. Rep. Clubg Pep Clubg Y-Teensg Honor Ribbon. 42 "FIRST THE CHENIISE and now this!" exclaim these boys as Barbara Miller. Mary Margaret Dreppard, and Claire Butts model the newest fads-pleated skirts, skins, and crew necks. These bewildered boys seem to be wishing for a good old-fashioned girl. . uv GRESHAINI, CLAY-Football, Trackg MH" Club: Fr. Class Nom. Conv.g Latin T0urn.g Green Conv. Rep.g Hall of Fame. GREVE, GAY-H. R. Pres.g Science Clubg Cheerleaderg Honor Ribbon, Capt. Centraliteg lNorth Carolina: Jr. Class Vice-Pres.g Beta Club Sec.: Checrlcaderl. GRIFFIN, DON-Science Club. GRIFFIN. ,IANICE-Intramurals, Speech Clubg Pep Clubg Lunch- room Cashier. GRIFFITH, HOWARDfROTC Officer, Officers' Clubg ROTC Lieut. Colonel, Fencing Teamg Radio Club. GRUEN, GORDON-Intramuralsg Science Club, Debating Club: Latin Club. GUSTAFSON, LEONARD-Bandg West Tenn. Band Contest. HALE, MARGARET-Pep Clubg Y-Teensg Warrior Kick-off. HALE, TRUDY-A Cappella Choir Sec., Honor Ribbong Fashion Showg All-State Choir. HALL, BARRYsCandy Counter, Latin Tourn.g West Tenn. Band Contest. HARLAN, FLETAfFashion Show. HARPSTER, SANDRAAIntramuralsg Speech Club, Business 5 HAWTHORNE, VENETA-lntramuralsg Speech Clubg Pep Clubg Sponsors' Club Pres.g Warrior Kick-offg QSI. Louis: Cheerleaders' Cluhg Red Crossl. HEIMLTCHER, JERRY-lntramuralsg H. R. Reporterg Ice- Skating Clubg ROTC Officerg Drill Teamg Officers' Club Pres.g Ticket Sellerg Warrior Kick-off. HEMBREE, ELLIOTT-Student Cov't Rep.g Footballg Base- ballg HH" Clubg Student Gov't Boys' Vice Pres.g Green and Gold Convs. Rep. HENDERSON, CARY HENDRICKS, ROBERT-Intramuralsg Bandg Science Club: Latin Tourn.g 4Columbia Military Academy: Basketballg lntramuralsg YMCA Boxing Medall. HICKS, MARTHA-H. R. Officerg Business Clubg Pep Clubg Y-Teens Pre-s.g Jr. Class Nom. Conv.g Sponsors' Clubg Jr. Rod Cross Rep.g Bookstoreg Office Assistantg Fashion Showg Cold Conv. Rep. Z- HARRIS, BARBARA JEAN-Pep Clubg Fashion Show. HART, BILL-H. R. Pres.g Speech Clubg Science Clubg Sr. Class Nom. Conv.g Drill Teamg Monitorg Warrior Kick-off. HART. GEORCEflntramuralsg Science Club. HART, KAY-lntramuralsg Pep Clubg A Cappella Choirg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Fashion Showg Fire Marshal. HARTLEY, ,IAMFSvA Cappella Clloirg Monitor. HATCHER, GAITHER-fNc-wspaperg Speech Clubg Pep Club: Honor Ribbong Spanish Tourn.g Quill and Scroll: 4Calif.: Cand. Jr. Class Vice-Prt-s.g Intramuralsg Calif. Scholarship Fedcrationg Fr. Class Boardl. HICKS, MARY-Intramuralsg Business Clubg Pep Clubg Y- Teensg Sponsors' Club Treas.g Bookstoreg Office Assistantg Candy Counterg Honor Ribbong Fashion Showg Monitor. HITCHCOCK, DAVID-H. R. Officerg lntramuralsg Cheer- leaderg lst Place Algebra II Math. Contestg Merit Scholar- ship Semi-finalist. HOLCOMB, MARY LYNN-lntramuralsg Pep Clubg Spanish Tourn. HOLDER. ALVIS-lntramuralsp Science Clubg Radio Club: Monitorg Fire Marshal. HOLLOWAY, JOHN-H. R. Pres. and Vice-Pres.g Newspaper Ed.-in-Chief and News Ed,g Honor Societyg Quill and Scrollg Honor Ribbong Warrior Kick-offg Fashion Show Escortg Green and Cold Convs. Rep. HOLLOWAY, MARY ANNE-H. R. Pres.g Student Gov't Sec. and Cand. Comm. of Social Act.g Business Staffg Honor Societyg Pep Clubg Cheerleader Capt.g Fr. and Jr. Class Nom. Convs.g Honor Ribbong Latin Tourn.g Warrior Kick-offg Fr. Class Treas.g Jr. Class Sec.g Hall of Fame. 43 JOHNSTON, Robert-Speech Club:f lce4Skating Club: ROTC Officer, Officers' Club. y JONES. FRANCES-Student Gov't Rep.: lntramurals: Speech Club Pep Club: Sponsors' Club: Wlarrior Kick-off. JONES. JIMMY--Football: Talent Show: Monitor: Swimming Team. JONES, LINDA Intramurals: Pep Club: Y-Teens: Fashion Show, Talent Show. JONES. SARA-lntramurals: Newspaper: Fr. Class Noni. Conv., Fashion Show: Lunch Room Cashier. JONES, TERRELL-Track: Speech Club: Radio Club: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Candy Counter: Monitor. 44 HOLT, GEORGE-H. R. Reporter: Football: Baseball: "H" Club. HOPPER, RADFORD--H. R. Sec.: Latin Club: Pep Club: Ticket Seller: French Toum.: PTA Rep. HOPPER, RICHARD-H. R. Officer: Student Gov't Rep.: Intramurals: Color Guard. HOWARD, FRED-H. R. Pres.: Intramurals: Track: "H" Club: Science Club Treas.: Debating Club: French Toum.: Monitor: Warrior Kick-off: Swimming Team. HUDCINS, BOB-Football: "H" Club: Swimming Team. HUGGINS. JOHNNY-Intramurals: Student G0v't Chief Marshal: Science Club: Fr. and Sr. Class Nom. Convs.: Warrior Kickoff: Green Conv. Rep. HURST. JACKIE-Intramurals: Track: Speech Club: Science Club: Debating Club: Monitor: Warrior Kick-off. HUTTER. STANLEY-Intramurals: Newspaper Associate Ed.: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: Debating Club: Latin Club: Chess Club: Honor Ribbon: Latin Toum.-3rd Place Virgil,'Distinetion Caesar: French Tourn.: Math Tourn.: Cold Conv. Rep. IRBY. l':LlZAllETl'i ANN--lntramurals: Science Club: Pep Club: Y-Teens: Ticket Seller. JAFFE, LORNAiPTA Rep.: Intramurals: Newspaper: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll Treas.: Honor Ribbon: Warrior Kick-off: Math Tourn.: Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist: French Toum. JAYNE. CHARLES--ROTC Officer: Rifle Team: Officers' Club. JOHNSON. JO ANNA-lntramurzgls: Speech Club: Library Club: Science Club: Pep Club: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Ticket Seller: Fashion Show: Warrior Kick-off. KANIINSKY, NIARILYN---Intramuralsg Speeehg Clubg Pep Clubg Choral Club. KAPELL. NlELVIN-Intramuralsg Science Club: Monitor. KEITH. PHYLLIS-Pep Club: Fashion Show. KELLEY, BRUCE---H. R. Vice-Prf-sg lntramuralsg Drill Teamg Nlonitor. KELLEY. JIXIXIY-H. R. I'res.g lntramuralsg Ilandg Debating Club: Clit-ss Clulng Drill Teamg West Tenn. Band Contestg All-State Rand. KELLY. IYORNI.-X--Student Goft Rep.: Intramuralsg Newspaper: Pep 5, Club: Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: Cold Conv. Rep. KELLY. NORMAN Band. KENT. .IANE Intramurals: Seienev Clubg Latin Clubg Rep Club: Y-Tec-nsg Latin Tourn.g Fashion Show. 'f""' KING. l'ATRICIA--Debating Club: lee-Skating Club. KING. l7ATStsLilu'ary Club: Library Assistantg Fashion Show. KING. PECKW-H. R. Pres.g Science Clubg Latin Clubg Jr. Class Nom. Conv.g Drill 'Il-am: Jr. Rell Cross Rep.g Latin 'l'ourn.g French Tourn.g Nlonitorg Fire Nlarslialg Green Conv. Rep.g Vanderbilt Drill Compe- tition. KINNETT, GRACE--Intramuralsg Pep Clubg Fashion Showg Fire """ Nlarshalg Green Conv. Rep.g Gold Conv. Rep.g Hall of Fame. KIRKSCEY, .IERRY DON--liandg Honor Societyg Latin Club: Ches Club Sec.: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.: Wvest Tenn. Rand Contest Traekg Golf: Clubg Student Coit Comm. of l'ublit'itv and Cand L 7 - 1 I Cree-n Conv. Rep.: Sr. Class Pres.g Hall of Fame. KNOX, FINLEY-lntramuralsg Trackg Science Clubg Debating Cluhg Color Guardg Rifle Teamg Latin Toum.g Swimming Team. Memphis Basehallg Cand. Student Coit Comm. of Assemblies. LANCASTER. MAX--H. R. Pres.g Student Cov't Rep.g Footballg Basketballg "H" Club: Student Gov't Treas.g Ticket Sellerg Fashion Showg Nlonitorg Warrior Kicksoffg Capt. Centraliteg Green Cont' Rep.g Sgt.-at-Arms Fr. Classg Cand. Treas. Jr, Class. LANGHANI, ANN-H. R. Offieerg Intraniuralsg Sharps and Flats Clubg Pep Cluhg Ticket Sellerg Honor Ribbong Fashion Show. KNOTT, BOB--YH. R. Pre5.g Student Coit Rep.g lntramuralsg Footballg for Pres.g Honor Society' Honor Ribbong Nlonitor' Ca it: Centraliteg KOSTEN. ALAN--Basketball: Baseballg "H" Clubg Nlonitorg All- HSHE DOESNVI' LOOK so wicked to mel" thinks Virginia Leake as sbe contemplates Lady Maebetlfs moral characteristics. Like all Seniors she can be seen on ber way to class reciting to herself lines from fllacbeth. LEAKE. VIRGINIA-I'I. R. Reporter: Business Staff: Pep Club: Fr. Class Nom. Com-,g Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Warrior Kiek-off: Speoeb Club. LESLIE. GEORGE--H. R. Pres.: Intramurals: Radio Club: Monitor. LFS9. NI.-XRIIXN PT.-X Rop.: Quill and Stroll: Student Cuff Rep.: Yvarboolil Pop Club: Honor Ribbon: Creen Conv. Rep. LFVINF. ILFYF LFVITCII. IIEIIIISY-Intramurals: SDPf'f'll Club: Svienre Club: Pep Club: Fashion Show. LFVY. .IOF H. R. Pres.: Svivnee Club: Debating Club Vive-Pres. and Sgt.-at-Arrns: Sr. Class Noni. Conv.: I.atin Tourn.: Cold Conv. Rep. 4 , :M-ffmugg -1 LANCSTON. COIIRTNFY-H. R. Reporter: Student C0v't Rep.: Intramurals: Jr. Red Cross Rep. LARSON. RICHARD-Feience Club: Debating Club Vice-Pres. I..-XFIFY. RILI, -Football: Ilasketball: Traek: UH" Club: Talent Sllow: Nlonitor: Swinuning Team. IAZAR. EDDIE---Intramurals: Colf: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn LAZAROV. DIANE-H. R. Pres.: Business Staff Seo.-Treas. Business Manager: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: Science Club: Latin Club: Honor Ribbon: Fire Marshal: 'Warrior Kirk-off. LAZFNBY. PEGGY---Intramurals: Sharps and Flats Club: Fpevrh Club: Library Club: Pep Club: Fr. Class Nom, Conv.: Library Assistant: Latin Tourn. -'Ili LOVE, MARILYNfIntramurals: Speech Clubg Science Club. LOWE. MACON---Intrainuralsg Basehallg "H" Clubg Sr. Class Nom. Conv.g Green Conv. Rep. LOWRY, TOMMY4Intra1nuralsg Trackg Science Clubg De- bating Clubg Chess Clubg Jr. Class Noni. Conv.g Drill Teamg Office Assistantg Talent Showg Warrior Kick-off. LUSK, CECELIA-H. R. Officerg Intramuralsg Latin Clubg Pep Clubg Y-Teensg Latin Tourn.g Fashion Show. LYLES, BILL -Footballg Radio Clubg Drill Team. MAIJDEN, BENNY-Footballg Trackg HH" Clubg Monitorg Fire Marshal. LEWIS, ELIZABETH-Y-Teensg Fashion Show. LEWIS, KENNY-H. R. Pre-s.g Intramuralsg Tennisg MHU Clubg Science Club: Debating Clubg Latin Tourn.g French T0urn.g Monitorg VVarrior Kick-offg Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist. LINDSEY, TERRY-Intramuralsg Golfg HHH Clubg Science Club. LOCHRIIJGE. SUE--Intramuralsg Business Clubg Pep Clubg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Honor Ribbon. LOFT, ARMlN'I'A4Sponsors' Clubg Honor Ribbong Fashion Show. LOSKOVITZ. MYRNA-Student Gov't Rep.g Intramurals: Yearbookg Science Clubg Fr. Class Nom. Conv.g Jr. Red Cross Rt-p.g Honor Ribbon: Cold Conv. Rep. MANLEY. JERRY-Footballg Baseballg Trackg "H" Clubg Fr. Class Nom, Conv.g Cand. Student Gov't Comm.-at-Largeg Cand. Sr. Class Pres. MANSPEAKER, JUDY-Intramuralsg Speech Clubg Ice- Skating Clubg Business Clubg Pep Clubg Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Fashion Showg Warrior Kick-off. MARCOLIN, SYLVIA-Intramuralsg Yearbookg Honor So- cietyg Quill and Scrollg Speech Clubg Honor Ribbong Spanish Tourng Warrior Kick-off. MARSHALL, BARBARA-H. R. Reporterg Intramuralsg Speech Clubg Ice-Skating Clubg Business Club Typist' Sponsors' Clubg Fashion Show Best Model. 9 MARTIN, CHARLIE-Honor Societyg Honor Ribbon. MARTIN, JEROME-Football-All-Memphisg Baseballg HH" Clubg Talent Showg Swimming Team. 47 MILLS. MADOLYN-Intramurals: Sharps and Flats Club: Science Club: Latin Club: Pep Club: A Cappella Choir: Latin Toum. MITCHELL. BONNlEvBand: Debating Club: Ice-Skating Club: Y- Teens: West Tenn. Band Contest. MONSARRAT, BILLY-Student Cov't Rep.: Intramurals: Science Club: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Ticket Seller: Honor Ribbon. MONTGOMERY, MYRNA--Intramurals: Speech Club: Chess Club: Pei' Club. MOORE, GINGERvH. R. Vice-Pres.: Latin Club: Pep Club: Honor Ribbon: Latin Toum. MOORE. JIMMY-Intramurals: Science Club: Chess Club: ROTC Officer: Drill Team: Officers' Club. 48 MASSON, MIKEABand: Sharps and Flats Club: Modern Music Mas- ters: Debating Club: Chex Club: West Tenn. Band Contest: Enid Okla., Band Contest. MATLOCK, BETTYAlntran1urals: Sharps and Flats Club: Pep Club. MAXWELL. LORENA,-Business Club. MAY, DAVID- Student Cov't Rep.: Debating Club: Latin Tourn.: French Tourn.: Monitor: Green Conv. Drill Team: Rep. MAY, NORMA JEAN--Reporter: Student Gov't Rep.: Latin Club: Pep Club: All-Stars: Y4Teens. Intramurals: MEEKS, DOUG--Football: Basketball: Track: "H" Tourn.: Capt. Centralite: Green Conv. Rep.: Football State: Jr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms. Club: Latin Capt.: Boys' MEEKS. JERRY-Track: Science Club: Debating Club: Latin Club: ROTC Officer: Drill Team: Officers' Club Chaplain: Ticket Seller: Latin Tourn. MELTON, JUDY'-H. R. Officer: Yearbook: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll Vice-Pres.: Pep Club Vice-Pres.: lr. Class Nom. Conv.: Office Assistant: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.: French Tourn.: Warrior Kick-off: Cold Conv. Rep. MERNIELSTEIN. NEIL-Debating Club: Chess Club: Fr. Class Noni. Conv.: Honor Ribbon: Spanish Tourn. Honorable Mention: Monitor: Science Club. MEYER, LlNDAfReporter: H. R. Sec.-Treas.: Intramurals: Yearbook Art Ed.: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: Speech Club: Fr. and Jr. Class Nom. Convs.: Honor Ribbon: Warrior Kick-off: Cold Conv. Rep.: Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist. MILLER, BARBARAWH. R. Officer: Newspaper: Science Club: Ice- Skating Club: Pep Club: Sponsors' Club: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Green Conv. Rep. MILLER, NELLIE-Intramurals: Speech Club: Pep Club: Fashion Show. 1 MOORE, KENNY -H. R. See.-Treas.: Lunchrootn Cashier: l.atin Tourn.: French Tourn. MORGAN. RED - H. R. Pres.: Intramurals: Football Manager: Base- ball: "H" Club: Ratlio Club. MORGAN, JANE -H, R. Vice-Pres. and Reporter: Intramurals: Honor Society: Science Club: Business Club: Y-Teena Chaplain: Sr. Class Noni. Conv.: Honor Ribbon: Crt-en Conv. Rep. MORRIS, KlTTY--Student Govt Rep.: Business Staff Photographer: Speech Club: Pep Club: Sponsors' Club: Office Assistant: Fashion Show: Warrior Kick-off: Y-Teens. MOSIER. CLYDE---VH. R. Officer: lntramurals: Track: Science Club: Fr. Class Nom. Conv.: Monitor: Fire Marshal: Warrior Kick-off: Green Conv. Rep. MOSS. CAROL- Intramurals: Student Cov't Rep.: Sharps and Flats Club: A Cappella Choir: Talent Show: Warrior Kick-off. MURPHY. ,llM Rantl Manager: Debating Club: Chess Club: ROTC Officer: Officers' Club: Talent Show: Warrior Kick-off! West Tenn. Band Contest: ROTC Rifle Team: Enid. Okla.. Band Contest. MURRAY. SANDRA'-H. R. Chaplain: Intramurals: Student Cox't Fire Marshal: Husiness Staff: Cheerleader: Sr. Class Noni. Conv.: Latin Tourn.: Gold Conv. Rep.: Canal. Student Govit Girls' Yiee-Pres. and Sr. Class Treas. MURRAY. TOMMY--H. R. Pres.: lntrainuralsg Football: Basketball: Track: "H" Club: Fr. Class Nom. Conv.: Ticket Seller. MeHRYDE. HETTY --Science Club: Latin Club: l'ep Club: Y-Teens: jr. Rf-fl Cross Rep.: Bookstore: Honor Ribbon: Fashion Show. MCC.-XLL. MABEL 7 H. R. Vice-Pres.: Intramurals: Pep Club: jr. Red Cross Rep.: Offiee Assistant: Fashion Show: Fire Marshal: PTA Rep. MeC.-XLLA. l.OlfISE---Intramurals: Pep Club: H. R. Reporter. MCC,-Xi.l..X. W'll.l.lFORl3 -Vlntrainuralsz Football: Ba-ketball: Track "H" Club: Fire Marshal. MeCARTNEY. MIKE-lntramurals: Latin Tourn. MeCONNlCO. KEITH-H lntrarnnrals: Band: Latin Tonrn,: Talent Show West Tenn. Band Contest: Enid. Okla.. Band Contest: AllfState Band. MVCR.-XRY. POI,I.NY7TIlifiilllUfHlSI Pep Club. MelJANlEI.. CHARLESfH. R. Pres. and Vice-Pres.: Rand Vice-Pres. Science Club: Honor Ribbon: Talent Show 2nd Plaee: Green Conv, Rep.: W'est Tenn. Rantl Conte-t: Motlem Music Masters: Enitl. Oklau Band Contest. McDONALD, BARBARA-'Intramurals: Sharps and Flats Club: Speecl Club: Pep Club: Ice-Skating Club: Fashion Show. I WHAT HAVE WE lierefa gather- ing of the stars and stripes clan? These Seniors. Houston Akin, Jim- my Biles, Ralph Tipton, and Doug Meeks have every right to be proud of the years they have played on Central's athletic teams. rc 89 i r- ' 5 Q .. l' i I , Ha 9 Ai' A . V I 5: V A A K V , s i L wg f .V . L H NASH. JACKI-Lunchroom Cashier. NELSON. PAT-H. R. Treas.: Intramurals: Speech Club: Pep Club: Fashion Show. NEWMAN. CHARLENE-Yearbook See.-Treas.: Honor So- ciety: Quill and Scroll: Pep Club: Honor Ribbon: Spanish Tourn.: Warrior Kick-off. NEWMAN. MELVYNslntran1urals. NICHOLAS. JERRY-Football: Track: "H" Club. OAKLEY. GLADYS-V H. R. Sec.: Business Staff: A Cappella Choir: Y-Teens: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: tHumes: Speech Club: Science Club: Latin Club: Lunchroom Cashier: Ticket Seller: Latin Tourn.l. 'I Q MCDONALD. l3ll.Lllf-Ticket Seller: Intramurals: Sharps and Flats Club: Honor Society: Library Club: Science Club: Latin Club Sec.: Library Assistant: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.-H Honorable Mention: Green Conv. Rep. MCCOWAN. liE'l'fY--Intramurals. Fashion Show. MCKINNEY. SUE-fH. R. Officer: Intramurals: Pep Club. McMlLLlN. CAROLYN--Debating Club: lee-Skating Club: Y- Teens. MCNEILL, MARY ANNE-H. R. Officer: Intramurals: Speech Club: Pep Club: Jr. Red Cross Rep. MCNIELL, LAVERNEflntramurals: Yearbook lndex and lr. Class Sec. Ed.: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: Science Club: Latin Club: Pep Club: Honor Ribbon: Fr. and Sr. Class Nom. Convs.: Latin 'l'ourn.-Distinction in Caesar and Virgil: Warrior Kick-off: Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist: Certificate of Merit in Math Tourn. K- PACKER, MARY Slilf- Intramurals: Speech Club: Pep Club: Office Assistant: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.: French Tourn. PADCETT, HAROLD-V-Intramurals: Science Club: Jr. Class Nom. Conv. PACE. GLEN-Intramurals. PAIAIICR. GEORGIA ll. R. Officer: Speech Club: Library Club: Science Club: Pep Club: Office Assistant: Ticket St-lle-r: Library Assistant: Fashion Show: Warrior Kick-off. PARKER. LINDA lhtsinvss Club: Office Assistant: Fashion Show. PARSONS. CHRIS Newspaper Feature Write-r. OKEON, ELAINE-H. R. Reporter: Intramurals: Ticket Seller: Cold Conv. Rep. OLLAR, PHILIP-tCarterville, lll.: Randi. O'NElLl., UNA JANE Intramurals: Science Club: Pep Club: Y-Teens: jr. Red Cross Rep.: llookstore: Fashion Show: Monitor: Student Leader. OVERALL. IYAVIIJ-W Student Gov't Rep.: Science Club: Sr. Class Nom. Conv.: Honor Ribbon: Monitor. OWEN, IIENSON-Intramurals: Debating Club: Radio Club. OWEN, MARY LGI? Intramurals. uf PATTERSON, PATRICIA Science Club: Wvest Memphis, Ark.: Southwest Miami High and Coral Cables High, Miami, Florida: Rand: Fashion Show: F.N.C. Chaplainl. PATTON. KEXNX---Intramurals: Honor Society: Science Club: Fr. Class Nom. Conv.: ROTC Officer: Officers' Club: Honor Ribbon: Monitor. PAYNE, CATHERINE yell. R. Pres.: Intramurals: Rand Treas.: Sharps and Flats Club: Latin Club Sec.: A Cap- pella Choir Vice-Pres. and Accompanist: Fr. and Sr. Class Nom. Conv.: Sponsors' Club: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.: Talent Show: Warrior Kick-off: Green and Cold Conv. Rep.: West Tenn. Band Contest: Enid, Okla.. Band Cr-ntt-st: Audit. Accompanist: Hall of Fame. PEARCE, LYNDA-lee-Skating Club: Pep Club: Y-Teens: Fashion Show: lLakewood. Colorado: C.A.A.: H. R. Offi- cer: F.H.A.: Girls'Cle-e Club: Science Club: Fire Marshall. PEERY. DONALD-Intramurals: Band: Ice-Skating Club: West Tenn. Band Contest: Enid, Okla.. Band Contest. PENNINCTON, BETTIE-H. R. Vice-Pres.: Intramurals: Yearbook: Honor Society: Speech Club: Science Club: Business Club Sec.: Latin Club: Pep Club: Y-Teens: Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: jr. Red Cross Rep.: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.: Green Conv. Rep. 5' PERRYMAN, BARBARA'-Intramuralsg Pep Clubg Candy Counter: Fashion Show. PERRYMAN, KAY-lntramuralsg Student Gov't Rep.g Science Club: Latin Clubg Pep Clubg Latin Tourn.g French Tourn. PETERSON, GERRY-H. R. Pres. and Sec.g Intramuralsg Speech Clubg Pep Cluhg Warrior Kick-offg PTA Rep.g Student Leader. PETERSON, NORMA JEAN-H. R. Pres.g Intramuralsg Student Gov't Comm. of Social Act. and Girls' Vice-Pres.g Yearbookg Honor Societyg Pep Clubg A Cappella Choirg Honor Rihbong Capt. Centraliteg Sec. Fr. Classg Hall of Fame. PEYTON, VENITAvSharps and Flats Clubg Speech Clubg Ice-Skating Clubg Pep Club. PHELAN, ANDY-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Intramuralsg Ticket Sellerg Honor Ribbong Monitorg Green Conv. Rep.g Math Toum. PHENIX, THELNIA-H. R. Officerg Student Gov't Rep.g Yearbookg Speech Clubg Pep Club: A Cappella Choirg Ticket Sellerg Warrior Kick-off. PHILLIPS, EARLINE--Fashion Show. PHILPOT. LINDA--Intrarnuralsg Specch Cluhg Pep Club. PICKENS, SARA-H. R. Sec.q Student Gov't Rf-p.g Science Club: Pep Clubg Sponsor' Club Sec.g Bookstore: French Tourn. PIERCE. JERRY-Intrarnuralsg Trackg Honor Society Pres.: Honor Ribbon: Monitorg Green Conv. Rep. PITTARD, LILLIAN-Library Clubg Science Clubg Latin Clubg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Bookstoreg Library Assistantg Honor Ribbong Latin Tourn.g Semi-finalist Merit Scholarship. PLEASANTS, FLOYD--H. R. Officerg Footballg Trackg "H" Clubg Sr. Class Nom. Conv.g Ticket Seller. POWERS. ELEANORiH. R. Sec.g Newspaperg Speech Clubg Pep Club: Honor Ribbong Latin Tourn.g French Tourn.g Gold Conv. Rep. POWERS. JUDY-Student Gov't Rep,g Intraniuralsg Speech Club: Debating Clubg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g French Tourn.g Green and Gold Convs. Rep. PRESLEY. PATSYfI'I, R. Treasurer, PUGH, WILLIAM-Sharps and Flats Clubg Speech Clubg Choral Clubg A Cappella Choir Pres.g ROTC Officerg Officers' Club Vice-Pres. QUALLS, MARY HELEN-Sharps and Flats Clubg Science Clubg Latin Clubg Honor Ribbong H. R. Reporter. J' RABY. BOB--H. R. Chaplain: Newspaperg Debating Clubg Latin Tourn.g Warrior Kick-off. RAINEY, WILIIER-V-Student Cov't Rf-p.g Intramuralsg Eootballg Base- hfillg Science Clubg Sr. Class Nom. Conv.: ROTC Officerg Drill Teamq Officers' Clubg Green Conv. Rep. RAUSCHER, ANN-H. R. Vice-Pres.q Yearbook Ed.g Honor Societyg Quill and Scrollg Pep Clubg Honor Ribbong Latin Tourn.g French Tourn.g Warrior Kick-off: Cand. Jr. Class See.g Hall of Fameg Capt. Centralite. RAY, LINDA-Pep Clubg Y-Teensg Fashion Show: lTech: Sportsman's Clubg Y-Teensg Pep Clubl. REED. NANCY4Pep Clubg Choral Club: A Cappella Choirq Office Assistant: Talent Showg Warrior Kick-off. REESE, WILl.lABI--lntramuralsg Tennigg Bandg All-Starsg Latin Toum.q Talent Show: Warrior Kick-offg West Tenn. Band Contest: Enid. Okla., Band Contest. REISBIAN, JOEL-flntramuralsg Speech Clubg Science Clubg Debating Club. REPPERT, BRENDA-Ice-Skating Clubg Y-Teensg Latin Touri.. RHODES, MAURICE-H. R. Officerg Intramuralsg Band Pres.g All- State Bandg Chess Clubg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Talent Showg Warrior Kick-offg Green and Gold Convs. Rep.g West Tenn. Band Contestq Enid, Okla., Band Contestg Hall of Fameg Modern Music Masters. RICKERTSON, DON-lntramuralsg Radio Clubg ROTC Officerg Drill Teamg Officers' Club. RIDLINC, JERRY-Student Cov't Rep.g Intramurals: Radio Club. ROBERTS, CHURCHILL --lntramuralsg Debating Club: Fire Marshalg Warrior Kick-offg Southern Speech Conv., Houston, Texas. ROBERTSON, LORETTAgYearbook: Science Clubg Ice-Skating Clubg Business.Cluhg Pep Club. ROBERTSON, TRECIA--Pep Clubg Latin Tourn.g Warrior Kick-off. ROBISON. LOWELL-Yearbook Photographerg Science Clubg Latin Clubg Ticket Sellerg Honor Ribbong Blonitorg Quill and Scroll. ROSEN, ROCHELLE 4A-- Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Student Cov't Rep.g Intra- muralsq Speech Clubg Honor Ribbong Floor Managerg Quill and Scroll. ROSENBLUM, ELAINESH. R. Officerg Speech Clubg Science Clubg Pep Clubg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Ticket Seller. ROSENGARTEN, LEE ANN-lntramuralsg H. R. Reporterg Honor Ribbon. ROTHER, SUE-PTA Rep.g Ice-Skating Clubg Latin Tourn. ROUSHALL, DORA-lStuttgart: Band Sec.g Science Clubg Latin Clubg Pep Cluhg Y-Teensg Ticket Sellerg Fashion Showl. RUYL, PETER-H. R. Officerg Intramuralsg Science Club: Latin Tourn.g Monitorg Fire Marshalg Warrior Kick-off. SALKY, IRVIN-H. R. Pres.g Student Gov't Rep.g In- tramuralsg Speech Club Reporterg Debating Clubg Chess Clubg Candy Counterg Warrior Kick-off. SALKY, SAMMY-Intramuralsg Speech Clubg Science Club. SAMUELS, ALAN-Intramuralsg Debating Club. SARTAIN, JUNE-H. R. Officer. SAVERY, CHARLES-Intramurals' ebatin Club' Lat . D g , - in Clubg Chess Club Vice-Pres.g Latin Toum.g French Tourn.g Math Tourn. SCHAFFER, DON-H. R. Pres.g Yearbook Photogra- pherg Ice-Skating Clubg Monitorg Quill and Scrollf SCHEINBERC, SA NI M Y-ICQB. C.: H. R. Treas.g Football 3 . SCHEUNER, JOE-Intramurals: "H" Clubg Science Cluhg Debating Club Pres. and Parl.g Latin Clubg Latin Toum.g Swimming Teamg Rep. to City Speech Congress. SCRIVENER, ED-Band: Honor Ribbon: West Tenn. Band Contest. THIS YEAR SENIORS taking their fourth year of math organized. under the guidance of Mr. Pennington. the Math Club. the first of its kind at Central. SEELRINDER, MARY CLAIRE-Intramuralsg Debating Clubg Pep Club. SETZFIR, TOMMY--Intramurals5 Trackg Drill Teamg Latin Tourn. SHEFT, BARRY-Student Gov't Rep.: Intraniuralsg Science Club. SHUTE, JOAN-Intramuralsg Bandg Ice-Skating Club: Business Clubg Latin Club: West Tenn. Band Contestg Enid. Okla.. Band Contest. SIMPSON, AMY- H. R. Presq Student Gov't Rep.: Speech Clubg Pep Clubg A Cappella Choirg Sponsors' Clubg Latin Tourn.g French Tourn.g Warritwr Kick-off: Cold Conv. Rep. SIMS, DOLORES-H. R. Treas.g Intraxnuralsg Student Cov't Rt-p.g Speech Clubg Ice-Skating Clubq Pep Clubg Fr. Class Nom. Oonv.g Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Office Assistant: Fashion Show: Warrior Kick-off. SIMS, SUEwIntramuralsg Sharps and Flats Clubg Office Assistantg Fashion Show. SINGER, JUDY-Honor Societyg Bookstoreg Honor Ribbon: Spanish T0urn.g Merit Scholarship Semi- finalist. SINK, MARY LILLIAN-H. R. Reporterg Intramuralsg Library Clubg Latin Club: Pep Clubg Sr. Class Nom. Conv.g Library Assistant: Latin Tourn.g French Tourn. SISK, PAMELA-Speech Clubg Pep Clubg Ticket Sell- er: Warrior Kick-off: Creen Conv. Rep.g Student Leader. SMITH, AVRON -Speech Clubg ROTC Officerg Drill Teaiug Officers' Club. SMITH, DICKIE-H. R. Pres. and Vice-Pres.: Intra- muralsg Science Clubg Jr. and Sr. Class Nom. Convs.g Monitor. CLYDE NIOSIER seems to be having some trouble finding a summer job through the Want Ad Columns, but to Venita Peyton these travel folders offer many exciting places where she can spend her vacation. SPRINGER, BETTY-Yearbook Sec. Ed. School Life: Quill and Scroll: Speech Club: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Honor Ribbon: Spanish Tourn.: Warrior Kick-off: Green Conv. Rep. SPRUELL, ANDREA-Student Cov't Rep.: Intramurals: Science Club: Latin Club: Chess Club: Pep Club: Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: Bookstore: Office Assistant: Fashion Show: Talent Show: Warrior Kick-off: Green Conv. Rep.: Hall of Fame: Student Leader. STERN, MARGOT-Pep Club: Speech Club: f'Lausanne: H. R. Officer: Intramurals: Newspaper: Latin Tourn.l. STERNBERG, LAURA-Student Cov't Rep.: Business Staff: Speech Club: Library Club Vice-Pres.: Debating Club: Sr. Class Nom. Conv.: Library Assistant: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.-Honorable Mention Virgil: French Tourn.: Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist. STILES, BRENDA-H. R. Sec.-Treas.: Pep Club: Sponsors' Club: Office Assistant. STOKES, EUGENE-Intramurals: Science Club: Latin Toum.: French Tourn.: Green and Cold Convs. Rep. SMITH, CARY-Intramurals: Science Club: Drill Team: Candy Counter. SMITH, HUE-H. R. Pres.: Latin Club: Cheerleader: Latin Tourn.: Monitor: Capt. Centralite: Boys' State. SMITH, MILTON-H. R. Officer: Intramurals: Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: Jr. Red Cross Rep. SPENCE, ELIZABETH-H. R. Sec.: Cand. Student Gov't Sec.: Speech Club: Cheerleader: Fr. and Jr. Class Nom. Convs.: Jr. Class Cand. Sec.: Sr. Class Cand. Vice-Pres.: Bookstore: Candy Counter: Honor Ribbon: Capt. Centralite: Green Conv. Rep.: Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist: Hall of Fame. SPENCE. RICHARD-Intramurals: Fire Marshal. SPRAY, BOBBY-Intramurals: Science Club: Latin Club: Pep Club: ROTC Officer: Drill Team: Officers' Club: Ticket Seller: Latin Tourn. 7--H ill TAYLOR, JANENE-Intramurals: Library Club: Library Assistant: Fashion Show. TEAS. JANE-H. R. Treas.: Yearbook Faculty Ed.: Sharps and Flats Club: Honor Society: Speech Club: Business Club: Pep Club: Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Honor Ribbon: Spanish Tourn.: Quill and Scroll. TEAS, JOHN-H. R. Pres. and Treas.: Monitor: Fire Mar- shal: Gold Conv. Rep. TENNANT, AMY-Honor Society: Library Club: Y:Teens: Library Assistant: Honor Ribbon: Merit Scholarship Semi- finalist. TENNISON, CAINES-Intramurals: Science Club: Chess Club: Drill Team: Ticket Seller. TENNYSON, BARBARA-H. R. Sec.: Intramurals: Speech Club: A Cappella Choir: Office Assistant. STRAWBRIDCE. JOHNNY---Radio Club. STRONG. ROBERT--H. R. Pres.: Intramurals: Football: Yearbook Sports Ed.: Monitor: Fire Monitor: Quill and Scroll. SYDES, ANN--Sharps and Flats Club: Ice-Skating Club: Pep Club: Lunchroorn Cashier: Fashion Show: Fire Marshal. TARANIANGOS, SOPHIA-3 Intramurals: Speech Club: Sharps and Flats Club: Ice-Skating Club: Pep Club: Y- Teens: Fashion Show. TARVER. DOROTHY--Intramurals. TATUNI, DENNIS-H. R. Pres.: Football: Track: MH" Club: Monitor. TERRY, CHELLIE-Intramurals: Newspaper: Speech Club: Science Club: Pep Club: Office Assistant: Ticket Seller: Fr. and Jr. Class Nom. Convs. TXHOMASON, JUNE-H. R. Officer: Intramurals: Science Club: Latin Toum.: Monitor. THOMPSON, JO ANN-Intramurals: Newspaper Features Ed.: Quill and Scroll Sec.: Speech Club: Business Club Historian: Pep Club: Sr. Class Nom. Conv.: Honor Ribbon: Cold Conv. Rep. THOMPSON, JOHNNY-H. R. Officer: Intramurals: ROTC Officer: Drill Team: Officers' Club. TIDWELL, ANNABELLE-Student Cov't Rep.: Intramurals: Newspaper: Sec. Business Club: Pep Club: Honor Ribbon: Warrior Kick-off: Cold Conv. Rep.: Fr. and Jr. Class Nom. Convs. TIDWELL, DIANNE-Intramurals: Ice-Skating Club: Y- Teensg Sr. Class Nom. Conv.: Ticket Seller. 57 TURNER, TOMMY-Intramuralsq Tennisg Hand: Science Clubg De- bating Clubg Chess Clubg Drill Teamg West Tenn. Band Contestg Enid. Okla.. Band Contest. USDAN. DAVID-Intramurals: Science Club. VAIDEN, NANCY-H. R. Pres. and Sec,g Business Staffg Business Clubg Sponsors' Clubg Honor Ribbong Warrior Kick-offq Cold Conv. Rep. VARNER, SUSAN--lntramurals: Scif-nee Club. VIA, RElSECCAvSponsors' Clubg Jr. Red Cross Rep. WALKER, jEAN4Intran1urals: Library Clubg Business Clubg Pep Club: Y-Tevnsg Library Assistant: Honor Ribbon. 58 TILLERY, DONNA-H. R. Olficerg Intramuralsg Science Clubg Ice- Skating Clubg Pep Clubg Fashion Show. TIPTON, RALPHfFootballg Basketballg Baseballg Trackg "H" Club. TOMLINSON, RANDALL-H. R. Officerg Intramuralsg Trackg Ice- Skating Culbg Chcss Clubg Warrior Kick-off. TOWNSLEY, WILNIA--lntramuralsg Science Clubg Latin Clubg Pep Clubg Y-Teensg Candy Counterg Latin Tourn.g Fashion Show. TRESAN, FREYDA-Yearbook Ed.: Honor Societyg Quill and Scrollg Sponsors' Clubg Honor Ribbong Latin Tourn.-Distinctiong Warrior Kick-off: Green Conv. Rep.g Math Tourn.g Cand. Fr. Class Vice-Pres. TROUT, CECELIA-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Yearbook Pictorial Adv. Mgr.g Sharps and Flats Clubg Honor Societyg Science Clubg Latin Club Vice-Pres.g Pep Clubg Honor Ribbong Latin Tourn.-Honorable Mention Caesar. Distinction Virgilg Warrior Kick-offg Girls' Stateg Cand. Sr. Class Sec.g PTA Rep.q Math Tourn. Certificateg Quill and Scroll. TUCKER, CAROLINE-Intramuralsg lce-Skating Club Vice-Pres. TUCKER. JUDY--Intramurals: Science Club: Latin Club: Pep Club: Y-Teensg Bookstore. TUPPER. LOIS-Pep Club. TURLEY . RALPHgIntramurals. TURNER. ClNCER!H. R. Officerg Intramuralsg Pep Clubg Sponsor Clubg Honor Ribbong Latin Tourn.g Fashion Show. TURNER. ROBERTYIntramuralsg Drill Team. WALKER. JUDY-H. R. Reporter: Student Cov't Rep.: Intramurals: Pep Club: Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: Ticket Seller. WEATHERFORD. MARTEE-H. R. Officer: Honor Society: Science Club: Debating Club: Pep Club: tHutchinson's: Fr. Class Pres.: Jr. Class Pres.: Honor Society: Math Club: Math Tourn.: Cand. Pres. Student Body: Library Assistantl. WEHNIAN. PHILft'H" Club: Rifle Team: Science Club: Debating Club: Chess Club. Sports Ed.: Honor Rib- Conv. Rep.: WEST, TOM L.-H. R. Treas.: Intramurals: Yearbook Science Club: Debating Club: Latin Club: Ticket Seller: bon: Latin Tourn.: Monitor: Warrior Kick-off: Green Rep. to City Speech Congress: Quill and Scroll. Latin Club: Club: Latin WHARTON. RUSSELL-Intramurals: Ice-Skating Club: Camera Club: ROTC Officer: Drill Team: Ofifcers' Tourn. YVHITE. CLAIRlffIntramurals: Science Club: Debating Club: Ice- Skating Club: Pep Club: Y-Teens: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Candy Counter: 4F'lorida: H. R. Officer: Student Cov't Rep.: Clee Club: Sec. Sopb. Class: Soph. Class Playl. VVHITE. PATRICIA-H. R. Vice-Pres.: Business Staff: Honor Society: Business Club: Pep Club: Cheerleader: Jr. and Sr. Class Nom. Convs.: Ticket Seller: Honor Ribbon: Latin Tourn.: Wlarrior Kick- off: Green and Cold Convs. Rep. WHITE. PHYLLIS-Band Librarian: Ice-Skating Club: Latin Club: Y-Teens: Jr. Red Cross Rep.: Talent Show: West Tenn. Band Con- test: Enid. Okla.. Band Contest. WHITE. RANDALL-Football: Track. YVHITELAW. JANE-Business Club: Talent Show. WICCS. EMILY-H. R. Reporter: Latin Club: Ir. Red Cross Rep. YVILES. HARRIETT-H. R. Reporter: Intramurals. VVILKINS. PAT -Librarv Club Sec. and Treas.: Pep Club: Ticket Seller' Librarw' Assistant VVILLIAMSON. MARY ALICE-H. R. Sec.: PTA Rep. and Reporter Intramurals: Business Club Corr. Sec.: Pep Club: Fr. Class Nom Conv.: Lunchroom Cashier: Gold Conv. Rep.: Nat'l. Shorthand Contest. WIILLIAMSON. MARY ANNvIntramurals: Speech Club: Ice-Skating Club: Office Assistant: Fashion Show. WILLIFORD. BOBBY WINSTON, NANCY-H. R. Sec.: Intramurals: Business Staff: Speech Club: Science Club: Ice-Skating Club: Latin Club: Sponsors' Club: Ticket Seller: Latin Tourn. WOLFE, DIANA-Ice-Skating Club: Pep Club. "DON'T GIVE UP!" George Holt, like many other Seniors, soon realized that licking stamps was the most distasteful task in address- ing his graduation invitations. 'T' E 5 .ii K , HWAKE UP, DOLORESV' lt seems as though exam time always manages to sneak up on us, bringing with the inevitable-long hours of study, worry, and sleepiness. WORD, CATHERINE-Y-Teensg Jr. Class Nom. Conv.: ROTC Sponsor: Sponsors' Clubg Office Assistant. WRAY, JOYCE-H. R. Sec.g lntramuralsg Y-Teensg Jr. Red Cross Rep.g Student Leader. YOST. MARGARET-1Hall Senior High School, Little Rock, Ark.: Pep Clubg French Clubg National Arts and Lettersl. YOUNG, EDDlEAAlntramuralsg Fashion Show Escort. ZLOTKY, DONALD-ROTC Officerg Officers' Clubg Honor Ribbon: Rifle Team. ZURHORST. TOMMY-H. R. Pres.g ROTC Officerg Drill Teamq Officers' Club: French T0urn.g Fire Marshalg Green Conv. Rep.g Math Toum. WOODARD, BOB-lntramuralsg Radio Club. 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" -ff' 5 Vsr' r 'j'St'l,'1ass'g is 1 I ' ' "S 0-, A rs. B ' A' i: atsy yes. A A s'. ' Q I 'll. f CC .v l: ' 1 -s . ' U 5. 'l Y U . llullli-y. lllvmla Conf-rly. Lynn Finle-V. lrii fl '-. 'HIRI ROY: Cr.-ttv W'g,l"W-1. 'l"Ril1,4l. Shi lj' Fw gn-un. Nla gr' -t FFTQLINHII. I4 I J- 5 U, 'A V' f . xii ' I.y1 Sil -'-11 , FOl'R'llH Owl: jo Ani ll: "n. Nu 'I .-X l ' 4. " t " -ia H1 ja - Ak' . Kit' fu lf- - lan l. ll-tt, 1- lJmlwr1,ll ' la ale'f.K't1 65 Miss Cohen FRONT ROW: Shirley Siegman. Kay Brist. Betty Runyan. Eleanor Coker, Kay Puddephatt, Glenda Prather. Nancy Grant. Carrye Toulon. SECOND ROW: Guy Van Dell. Ed McMullen. Judy Epstein. Beverly Forrest. Paula McCaslin. Carolyn Hale, Libby Kinnett, Linda Burson. Winston Wolfe. THIRD ROW: Cary Omell, John Hessen, Jimmy Houston, Jerry Caudel, Johnny Huey, Felix Jenkins. Gerald Hardin, Jeff Daniel. FOURTH ROW: Ric-hard Clements, Jerry Howell, Johnny Gaines, Bob Bourland, Clifton Eben, Ronnie Splann, Bob Moseley, Jerry Coekrell. Ruffner Murray Jr. We Anticipate Our Senior Year ,., if "BUT I DIDN'T KNOW!" l ' s A Q. exp alns nn Adams to Spero Tnuliatos. who is about to give her a ticket for not having a pass. Acting as a monitor is one of the many ways in which a Junior can help serve his school. Miss Crenshaw FRONT ROW: Betty Irby, Mary McKinley, Babs Owen Faye Johnston Beck Goodwin , - v Y 1 Susan Pace, Dorothy Burgess. SECOND ROW: Charles Morrow, Esther Theede, Kay Orr, Bettye Dillon. Pat Dugan, Clinton Curry. THIRD ROW: Donald Smith, Michael Pint- chuck, Tommy Pratt. Jimmy Merrill, Lyle Brock, Reid Shaw. Stan O'Daniel. FOURTH ROW: ,lack Green, Joel Cook, Harvey Shrop- shire, Richard Lewis, Henry Strauch, Allan Korsakov, Tommy Bloodworth, Lee Chastain. Yet Fondl Remember Freshman Days Miss Hamilton FRONT ROW: Edna Lynne Busselle. Sybil Gibbons, Beverly Blagg, Katie Cayce, Rose Marie Jones, Gloria Rog- ers, .Ian Griffin. SECOND ROW: Donna Peace, Billie Jeanne Baxter. Carol Anders, Sandra Leigh Eaton, Susie MacDonald, Rosemary Roberts. THIRD ROW: Eddie Waller, Rodney Clark, Richard Beach, Larry Griffin, Harvey White, Dennis Weiss, Larry Davis. FOURTH ROW: John Varanelli, James Walters, Hal Wilkins, Bill Freu- tel, Pat Bomar, Schuyler Brower, Lloyd Ashley. 3 - T7 'il How to vntss NAUQNAL Mean ,qnouuxsmo ns s THE MERIT QUALIFYING TEST was one of the foremost events of the year. Margie Rasmussen, Susan MacDonald, and Bob Moseley brush up on vocabulary, math, and English in hopes of becoming finalists for these scholarships. Miss James FRONT ROW: Justine Harding, Carol Drake, Peggy Hilburn, Mary Elizabeth Brock, Melinda Hall, Sue Challen, Nancy Forwalter. SECOND ROW: Richard Hackleman, Tommy Johnson. Karen Koffman, Beebe Woodside, Sondra Shanks, Gemia George, Jesse Mac Gray, Mike Holder. THIRD ROW: Roy Kaminsky, Byron Liles, Ted Pierce, Merrill Klolwog. Byron Walters, Bryan Piper, Paul Belton. FOURTH ROW: George Bond, Carlton Hays. Raphael Sher, Woody Young, Michael Reynolds, Gerald Crowder, Bobby Meeks. P Q ELGCV vp Homerooms Play an lmportant Mr. McCormick FRONT ROW: Barbara Simmons, Louise Archer, Suzanne Blair, Bonnie Garrison, Jenette Self, Jane Bingham, Vicki Olenick. SECOND ROW: John Sill. David Hankins, Britt Gantt. Mary Lou Quinn, Clayton Tumer, John Owings. THIRD ROW: Bates Crabb, David Finley, Clarence George, Kirby Hudson, Bobby Murphree, Bobby Jumper, Tommy Bauer. FOURTH ROW: Louis Walter, Gary Stamper, John McKain, Jimmy Amlin, Bobby Smith, Charles S. Thompson. Mrs. Malloy FRONT ROW: Donna Slaton, Marilyn Green, Judy Wade. Amanda Wilkerson, Patty McGuire, Jo Ann Davis. Shelia Besser, Susanne Lamb. SECOND ROW: Nancy Cole. Sallie Denman, Bette Goldstein, Barbara Kaplan, Linda Thorne, Mellie Farmer, Donna Morris. THIRD ROW: Richard McBryde, Jimmy Byrd. Milton Hefley, Rose Howell. Phillip Bruce. Mickey Saloman, Ronnie Cohen, Gary Kendrick. FOURTH ROW: Michael Clemmons, Rommie Jones, Ronnie Engelberg, Ste-ve Dyer. Ronnie Pentecost, Norman Parker, Allen Tennison. Mrs. Meeks FRONT ROW: Bettye Pirtle, Ann Adams, Ann McDermott, Jackie Meals, Lynda Patter- son, Lynn Northcutt, Sandra Young, Mary Ellen Rackley. SECOND ROW: Susan Carter, Bobby Crowe, Alice Anderson, Diane Engel- berg, Jimmy Wood, Shirley Birchfield, Linda Taylor, Bruce Miller, Russell Clements. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Gibson, Spero Toulia- tos. Bobby Miles, Leo McKinnon, Dave Salter, James Kelley, John Bethea, Charles Thompson, Morris Heins. FOURTH ROW: Terry Ross, Gene Ferguson, David Harris, Keith Rogers, Gary Poole, Chris Kirchen, John Lang, Tommy Arnold, Bobby Barnett. 9 Role in Our Years at Central Miss Millett FRONT ROW: Linda Clemons, Lucy Askew Carole Banks, Judy Davis, Mary Lou Car- wile, Martha Ann Dooley, Betty Brumfield, Nora Shearin. SECOND ROW: Marcia Blue- Q , stein, Annette Jones, Elaine Lawson, Leslie A Sternherger, Diane Parker, Anita Kirkwood, - Sandriclge, Margaret Shute, Kay Yarbrough, Marsha Spiegel, Mitzie Knight, Nancy Cope- - land, Martha Sue Stanfield, Mary Helen Klenk. FOURTH ROW: Suzanne Elder, Louise Walker, Shirley Baker, Robyn Lewis, Karen Cook, Jean Clayton, Donna Fortson, Mary Virginia Hardison, Judy Prescott. BA P Rayna Petrovsky. THIRD ROW: Sandra V, E I Mr. Pennington FRONT ROW: Jo Matthews, Val Rice, Charlotte Gant, Betty Griffin, Marsha Dean, Ginger Mother- shed. SECOND ROW: Lee Harlmer, Julie Taylor, Katie Ryland, Lane Dulaney, Rita Payne, Brenda Gordon, Mickey Dean. THlRD ROW: Cliff Tarver. Gene Hilhurn. Jerry Sutton, Richard Phillips, Daryl Cates, Dickie Overton. FOURTH ROW: Spencer Mitchell, George Kuykendall, Charles Kelly, Calvin Russell, Ernie Mankey, Bill Moody. Miss Potts FRONT ROW: Becky Scoggins, Evelyn White, Simone Dattel, Anne Stone, Athen Avgeris, Sharon Ainsworth. SECOND ROW: Quinn Northcutt, Kitty Ross, Nancy Cross, Sandra Blakeney, Rika Brenner, Ann Taylor, Larry Gossett. THIRD ROW: Joe Dycus, R Grey Ashley, Billy Beyers, Linda Mitchell, Ronnie Hoffman, Donald Lucas. FOURTH ROW: Harold Goldman, Roy Walter, James Barnes, Tommy DeBerry, .lerry Powell, Jimmy Sanderford. Stud and Fun Combine to Make Miss Schroll FRONT ROW: Lillian Link, Elizabeth Key, Carolyn Love, Sherry Belz, Eleanor Strauss, Sandra Tiller. SECOND ROW: Stuart Pahn, Margie Rasmussen, Lynn Larson, Diana Mann, Joyce Shaffer, Margaret Rowe, Larry Shelly. THIRD ROW: Lee Marshall, Donald Davis, Troy Armstrong, Tom Bergschicker, Gerald Wener, Bobby East, Selwyn McNees, Ronald Evans. FOURTH ROW: Jim Lang- ford, Bobby Stallins, Robert Bennett, Mike Crain, Gary Loudon, Jimmy Underwood, Doug Strong, George Hicks. "WHAT A DAY for a test!" despairs Eleanor Coker to Larry Davis, who is not affected by this superstition. Regard- less of the calendar, school must go on, and Friday the thirteenth is just another day. Miss Shewmaker FRONT ROW: Sandra Tribble. Anne Perry, Susan Stewart, Carolyn Comin, Kitty Mims, Judy Sinclair, Beverly Marshall. SECOND ROW: Barbara Cohen, Peggy Tenhet, Carolyn Dillard, Barbara Morris, Mary Lee Wible, Gloria Ervin, Carol Eortas, Paul Trib- ble. THIRD ROW: Joe Lee, Kent Sain, Billy Butler Jr., Dan Logan, Phil Hewitt, George Burke, David Smith, Clyde Wentz. FOURTH ROW: Billy Cooper, Kim Johnson, John Baker, Arthur Ward, Lanny Vaughn, Russell Vollmer, Julien Sprott, Bill Burton. F5 Pa 9,9 Q ur Junior Year Well-Balanced Mrs. Smith FRONT ROW: Becky Morton, Judy John- son, Genevieve Massengill, Martha Keith, Patsy Hall, Monica Wirt, Shelia Harmon. SECOND ROW: Douglas McCallum, Sandra Caplinger, Peggy Johnson, Brenda Parker, Wanda Stovall, Anna Moore, Deanna Stiman, Dwight Caldwell. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Fowlkes, Robert Warren. Barbara Tyrer, Beverly Manning, Susan Womack, William McCrary, Tommy Strawn. FOURTH ROW: Stanley Cooper, Bill Tucker, Harris Humph- reys, Paul Ruden, Johnny Hawkins, Ed Keyes, Robin Inman, Carl Awsumb. .9 t ,, ,,,, -M-WMS , .,,,,,,,,., WWWNJ ,xx x .NS-X - :vie i gif 1 y mic, K r J J Mmm' ... ..-NX XXQQN Q., is --.g Ss.. "HM-M-M! I wonder if they all have dates," reflects Jerry Mitchell as he observes Marilyn Zangwill, Patty McGuire, and Margaret Shute. Unaware of him, the girls casually discuss the class party, which is a "must" for all Juniors. 3100 Miss Willingham FRONT ROW: Ann Bickerstaff, Bev- erly Brown, Rosa Dossett, Linda Good- man, Sallie Cunningham, Bonya Rhodes, Linda McKenzie. SECOND ROW: Judy Waring, Nancy Cary, Trudy Walker, Penny Robinson, Brenda Savage, Melinda Claburn, Mary Fem Caudill, Elizabeth Speck. THIRD ROW: Bill Holland, Edwin Lenow, C. A. Lowe, Sandra Schwanke, Curtis Taylor, Billy Blackwell, Larry O'Neill. FOURTH ROW: Dwayne Akin, Charles Crump, Alfred Preston, Ray Bryant, Larry Darling, Robert Ingram. 7I Now look at our Freshmen- They enter Central with anxiety anal fear, Anrl their plans for the future are not too clear. Regardless of errors they show interest ana' zest. Fulfilling responsilnilities to their Very best. Through homerooms and classes new frienrl- ships are rnazle. .4na' with the help of their teachers goozl foun- flations are lairl. When spring approaehes anti their first year is rlz rough. The Freshmen finrl fl16.Y!1f'6 profited as they matureil ana' grew. F ncsunsn- - ,,, 0, ? T 1 M W , K 'M " ' "QW TTA? wwl'-A-1 -Q Q L+ -, ,. xl , 4 f ' "f""'h - , hi K- MMA, M -iw: ,, 7 rw ann-,Twig Ani i:-L E ""- he-4M-Wm - , ,- 4,7 , 1 A T Y N v" MM 'N ' x--wow-.A V x W M - 'Af 4 W. 1 J Mg 2 +1--A--'A' W: J --V J..,--,V WA YM A I A"' ' "' Tllhu , , ww., Y Q ,uk I 4- - an X A'M'u"'H- -fi-I-'W' - Q - f ..M,h,.-.. , Q R ..M..,,,, ,,,, MA-,Mk Q , ,s I 'o ' -f 'WL-f -- lr, 4 Q ? Am-W. ..A.W W., A Nigga ' A 1 2 W s ,LE "4"'M-T J-M f- 4.1. 'P' 4 ..... ' -w..4TlAyvgkw E - , . """'?'-s-M... 4 -, 3 ' ' n"""""'-'v- if mm -m,,,Qt gl' 9 -q """"ns. I A "'bga-..., ' yifw-. 1' - .. ,wi .NW-A T 2 'TM' gg ' --W- -H 5- "--fm! 4 7 1-M., 1 1 3 Wm v . --.....,.i'W.-,MT MQ., Q..-gh. 1..,Qxk w w if K 1 .v a' fb I . iff VIRGINIA HARRISON feels free to ask the advice of her homeroom teacher, Miss Nolan, about her schedule for the next two years. Freshmen soon learn the value of their homeroom teachers for getting advice on any prob- lem that might arise. New Problems Confront Freshmen AS WE THE FRESHMAN CLASS of '58-,59 first approached our new school, Central, it was as if we all had said, g'Open Se- samelv and the doors opened into a world of riches. The riches were not jewels and silver, but were far more valuable. They were the golden opportunities of knowledge and friendship. At that time every one of us had a mutual feeling-'iscared to deathiv We looked at the older students and could hardly believe that only one or two short years ago they, too, had had butterflies in their stomachs just as we had then. MUTUAL EXCITEMENT and awe seemed to give each freshman a feeling of togetherness. ., .' ACTIVITY BOOKS were a new experience for the Freshmen, but it didn't take much sales talk to persuade these students to buy them. Doris Okeon is among the first to get hers from Jerry Keller, who is in charge of home- room ticket sales. - 6911? fi: rs G0 Mr. Branyan FRONT ROW: Orville Hughes, Peggy Po- duska, Beverly Chandler, Betty Robbins, Peggy Pierce, Helen Garner, Mary Ellen Simonds, Stevie Lubin. SECOND ROW: Joy Jordan, Kay Richardson, Mary Ann Gaba, Susan Hooper, Toni Glascock, Carole Winsett, Mike Corzine, Judy Barbee, Ros- alyn Rafferty. THIRD ROW: Eddie Brind- ley, Jerry Lochridge, John Crawford, Kenny Pickens. Robert Johns, ,lean Larson, Ann fs 52 965357 Holt, Beverly Wagner. FOURTH ROW: Terry Huntzicker, Charles Owens, Albert Stroup, Tommy Ragsdale, Jerry Maroon, Bobby Irby, .loe Borup, Bobby Mcfllinn. Upon Entering Central ALTHOLIGH WE HAD heard what a wonderful school Central was and how much we had to look forward to, we had never dreamed what was really here for us. WE SOON REALIZED that if we wanted to reap the full bene- fits Central offers, we had to give as well as receive. As Freshmen, we matured both in mind and character, by giving of ourselves, participating in school activities, accepting responsibilities, and learning to co-operate. WE MIGHT HAVE correctly been called 'clittlew Freshmen, but we soon became a big part of Central. CAUGHT IN THE ACT! "Oh, no!" exclaims Connie McKee, quite startled as Mrs. Rauscher suddenly enters the room. These Freshmen could not resist the temptation of watching the boys drill during parade period. BIBLE READING is a daily custom in all Central home- rooms, as the Freshmen soon learn. The students in Mrs. Davie's homeroom listen with reverence as Charlotte Schultz reads the Bible. Mr. Brown FRONT ROW: Ann Bronson, Nancy Speck, Bobbe Boland, Carole Springer, Elizabeth Carter, Dorothy Robinson. SECOND ROW: Barbara Brown, Julie Dorris, Barbara Em- bury, Terri Zangwill, Lesa Young. THIRD ROW: Louise Pollard, Marie Harrison. FOURTH ROW: Alan Friedman, Billy Goodyear, Elgin Crull, Jimmy Weatherly, Hal Canary, Eddie Fowler. Mrs. Cook FRONT ROW: Jean Dixon, Kitty Griffin, Loyce Jean Dunkelberger, Ra- mona Fowler, Sharon Weiner, Joy Vee Davis. Pam Wingo. SECOND ROW: Graham Holeman. Frankie Whitington, Ann Barbour, Mary Ann Remaklus, Julie Smith. Marcia llanis, Saralyn Rosenberg, Pat Wallace. THIRD ROWV: Joseph Williford. Winn Steph- enson. Paulette Allen, Clara Cox, Jane Schmidt. Johnny Sansing. Tommy Tay- lor, Jerry Bluestein. FOURTH ROWV: Sam lnman. John NlvBryde. Jimmy Hooper. Danny Collard, A. D. Weems, Billy Gossett. Lee Morris. Jack Terry. SEPTEMBER: James Hurst and Judy Kaplan reacted as typical Freshmen upon entering Central for the first time. With awe they observed the endless halls and classrooms. thinking that they would never find their way in this great maze. Wide-E ed Freshmen Become Mr. Bugbee FRONT ROW: Anita llyrick, Shelia Gray, Sharon Hill, Paula Drew. Penny Powers, Carole Hunter, Toni Belisle. SECOND ROW: Barbara Harper. Sandy Cooper. Mary Wat- lington, Berta Clark, Gail Gruenberg. Harriet Anne Davis. THIRD ROYV: Ronnie Smith, Jim Lancaster, lrma Shapiro. Nancy Wlebb, Pamela Hyatt. John Wright, Rick Nlinardi. FOURTH ROW': Jimmy Fleming. Brooksie Gold. George Jordan. Clark Hiller. Glenn Wray, Johnny Sanders. Wayne Williams, Charles Caplan. JANUARY: "Mid-Term Blues." Like most Freshmen, Tommy Mc- Kay and Carolyn Tennison were quite uncertain about what mid- term exams were and what was the best way to prepare for them. One thing for sure, though-their every spare moment was spent in serious study! Well Adjusted to Life at Central Mrs. Davie FRONT ROW: Judy Cummings, Charlotte Schultz, Fran Davis. Betty Stewart, Carol Dilling, Marilyn Hawke, Pat Bluestein. SEC- OND ROW: Becky Beusse, Diana Baker, Louise Peters, Brenda Cannon, Judy Kaplan, Judy Freeman, Hope Morris, Jackie Raines. THIRD ROW: Edward Freedman, Jimmy Hayes, Ronald Garrett, Shirley Long, Sherry Billings, Rosalind Goodwin, James Hardy, Bobby McDow, Bill Hughes. FOURTH ROW: Finis Taylor, Chris Campbell, Wil- liam Lee, Richard Simmons, Greer Richard- son, Paul Cox, Frank McDougall. MARCH: By March most Freshmen have begun to take part in the many activities offered them. Johnny Erwin and Judy Stark, along with other Freshmen, can be seen hurrying through the halls to their respective meetings on activity day. ffk Z g Mrs. Foreman FRONT ROW: Genie Howell, Sylvia Bounds, Linda McClamr0ck, Connie Speight, Joan Lazenby, Patsy Crouch. SECOND ROW: Halene Gauchat, Linda Moore, Jean Wessel, Pam Lee, Doris Okeon. THIRD ROW: David Gray, Ronny James, Marlene Jablin, Gail Creel, Joe Bartlett, Eddie Mattix. FOURTH ROW: Bill Leckliter, William Lea Jr., Fred Parrish Jr., Dennis Morrison, Bobby Gossett. JUNE: We made it! Juniors at last! Looking at their report cards the last day of school brings a glow of self-satisfaction over Bob McLean and Susanne Sprague. Both cards say: "Promoted to the 11th grade." Mrs. Heffernan FRONT ROW: Betty Murphy, Billie Sue Jones, Nancy Ruth Johnson, Anne Marie W'ilson. Anne Moore, Marsha Tidwell. SECOND ROW: Diane Cott- rell, Terry Downs, Ann McAnally, Anne Boyd, Nancy Kemp. THIRD ROW: Jane Payne, Lester Wener, Jesse Hardy, Bill Moore, Thomas Thompson, Sylvia Manis. FOURTH ROW: Jim Bridges, Johnny Fuqua, Jimmy Brown, Joan Gilbert, Nathan Edgar, Tommy Rhodes, Johnny Sims. EVEN FRESHMEN have learned the trick of getting Ha" girl's attention, but lucky Carl Fisher seems to have Captured the whole girls' study hall. He claims he's just a Freshman and didn't know about the separate boys' and girls' study halls, but is that really true? 78 Freshmen Work Toward a Better Miss Grace Mauzy FRQNT ROW': Bob Burns, Maxine Baker, Carolyn Page. Peggy Dowdy, Wanda Cal- houn, Beryl Bachelor, Linda Thurmond, Fredda Pailet, Peggy Johnson, Jimmy Scriv- ener. SECOND ROW: James Dodd, Arlene Loskove, Reba Kay Wright, Grace Fitz- gerald, Patricia Meador, Eleanor Bannon, Dorothy Doten, Marianne Boling, Alan Marx. THIRD ROW: Lee Askew Ill, Tommy Hettinger, Juanita Cleveland, Beth Goff, Norma Sauer, Beverly Pugh, Beverly Saunders, Sammy Crump, Pat McGarrity. FOURTH ROW: Fred P. Vofn Hofe, Dick Hawkes, Bobby Wessels, Wade Bronson, Larry Chambers, Billy Cobb, Tommy Mor- ris, Ashley Martin, Wayne Sanderson. 23.313 - Understanding of Themselves and Others Miss Laura Mauzy FRONT ROW: Wynne Aizenshtat, Ann Woodard, Linda Epstein, Patricia Bonds, Nealene Brownlow, Martha Austin, Judy Young. SECOND ROW: Anne Shaw, Lola Harrison, Betty Cole, James Hill, Cary Blaiss, Sue Youree, Vicki Smith, Ann Raines. THIRD ROW: Richard Cates, Janet Wat- kins, Rick Baker, Terry Agee, Malvin Howe, Raymond Wallace, Michael Jack, Sandra Butler, Charles Ballard. FOURTH ROW: Calvin Ozier, Sonny Flinn, David Moore, Harvey Carter, Tommy Schwendimann, Ron- nie Chamberlin, Bob McLean, Ronnie Stev- ens, Larry Finn. "WELL, WHERE IS IT?" cries San- dra Young. "I came prepared to go swimming!" Yes, Central Freshmen are often the victims of wild tales. An old favorite is the fourth-floor swim- ming pool, which Sandra seems to be so intent on finding. 62- 4? s, gy, -is at ff' Q- me sf it at Miss Metz FRONT ROW: Carole Pennepacker, Betty Armstrong, Linda Langston, .lane Butler, Joan Butler, Carolyn Mc- Intyre, Sandy Jaffe, Helene Buderman. SECOND ROW: Susan Pigott, Vicki Vorder Bruegge, Ginger Hammontree, Paul Christley, Bob Reed, Winston Blackwood, Jo Alperin, Linda Love, La- wanda Murphy. THIRD ROW: Cey- lon Blackwell, Robert Wilkins, Walter Parks, Mike Harless, Jimmy Inman, Charles Wood, Elton Elliott, Larry Waddey, James Jones, Bob Martin. FOURTH ROW: Bob Sanders, Stan Peters, Ronnie Zumstein, Taylor Reve- ley, Jack Halford, Theo Cade, Robert Warr, Bob West, Dick Salmon. As Freshmen We Be an ur Journe Mrs. Rauscher FRONT ROW: Colleen Spence. Sandra Ferguson. Janet Byrd. Sandra Hill. Sherry Kapell. Jackie Hill. SECOND ROW: Janet Robinson. Candy Miller. Carolyn Cook, Jeanette Sanders. Connie McKee. Janet Painter. Suzanne Bradley. THIRD ROW: James Patton. Tommy Wilder. Bob Greg- ory. Dan Moore, Donald Garrett. Larry Lee Ladd. FOURTH ROW: Rick Porter. Billy Patrick. Doug McGee. David Johnson. Mike Long. Miss Nolan FRONT ROW: Paulette Ruff. Penny Quinn, Shirley Sher. Barbara Kennamer. Kathy Car- ter. Virginia Harrison. Sara Hackel. SECOND ROW: Lynn Conrad. Judy Sutton, Margaret Harwell. Harriet Lowe. Kaye Lawler. Cor' nelia Tuvker. Merrill Leslie. Doyle Childress. THIRD ROW: Elliot Stone. C. A. Crosby, Anne Acree. Lynn Cook. Ct-orge Cllatt. Ken- dall King. Bobby Bidlullen. Charlie Clarke. Robert Moloney. FOURTH ROW: Donald Criolc. A1 York. Larry Lewis. Danny .-Xvree, Fred Nlc'Farland Jr.. Warner Calhoun. Robby Byars. Jimmy Ni1'Neill. Frank Ste-plienson. e K ."1 ui Y Q Miss Reams FRONT ROVV: liz-tty Tucker. Virginia Du- vall. Natlolyn lfdelson. llc-tty Ct-lston, ll:-vt-rly Nlcllude. Barbara Anthony, Nanvy llrooks, Linda Cash. SECOND ROW: .Mine White, Linda Kit-Coinas. Diane Smith. lletty Win- husen. Kathey lirigg-. Johnnie Singleton, Carolyn llague. THIRD ROXYV: Ronny Ma- son. Romily Enochs. Israel Eliexvr. .fidrienne Morgan, Elaine llotros. lieu-rly lllankvn-hip, Danny Cannon. Zavk Roushall. F0liRTH ROW.: Ray Glasgow. Raymond liuring. l.arry Newman. Eddie Pruitt, Holi St-ssum, Carl Fish:-r. Paul Wallafe. Marion l'irtle, Bill Cole. On the Road to Maturity Mr. Wharton FRONT ROW: ,lurly Stark. Sanmlra Horzog, Fay Xloxlvy. Dorotliy Si4l4's. Donnie- Slocum, Sally l'lwlan. Erlcnv Whitv. SECOND ROW: Tonnny Nlr'Kay. Lonnie' Kviakvr. Sonja Cox. D1-tty Crook. Jan Row, Susunnr- Sprague, Mar- giurvt flrunne-I. Dol: l'a1'kn'r. THIRD ROYV: Clin! ffornlmx. llilly Wllllm-siflv. Calvin Hicks, llurolyn Griffin. Sally Kinflig, ,lo Ann Halma. Marty flruain. Irving W'visl1:-rgvr. FOURTH ROW: jalnv- Ifalif-. tlillllS llruvv. Xliko Xlatlivrf. Ricliarfl Nlatllwwf, Foftvr lfstfhr, jew ,lllfiiw-. W'ayne- llLlI'lillt'iitl. Jvrr- llrvsvolt. 0 -Q' 36 6- nw.. ,O 1-L 'Q --q 5 pt J 'abt V , 4 s " Kim me no ' ' w-V fa Mr. Willis FRONT ROW: lanrft flunningliain. Joann? Cowling. Linda Davis. Rita Crixilvf. Sandra iouiig. Patrifia Tll0II18rUIl. ,lvaniriv Crump. Slff.ONll ROW: Kathy Carroll. Kay Strawn- wn. .Xnna How. l.in4la Owvn. lillldlllftll llroun. lloroiln' FO'TflllFlrll. Sue- Nh-Ne-ill. Sirl' ncy Nvwinan, THIRD ROWY: Don Strauss. Dill llurns. Jim Townsend. Frank Clascock, Jimmy Dcllinger. linnny HQ-pliurn. Barton lfalainw, FOYRTH ROW: liuvk Horn. Sidm-y llowr. 'll-nnny Lloyfl. llowarml Nlircln-ll, ,linnny Griniw. Cliarlffs Roliin-on. linnny Lusk. NK was XIFWNRYXL I FIRHSIIXIAN CLASS OFFICERS ffl-59: B o ln b y Cossett, Trmsurvr: Diana Baker. Vice- l'rws1'1Ir:11l: Carl Fisher. Prffsirlenlg Paul Cox. Secrelaryg Larry New- '1nan. SargcarlI-al-Arms. Woo QQ 'QQ Take a glance at our daily life - For three years high school is our life, And Central is the scene of our joys and strife. Q We have a hurried lunch, then a class, Anxiously wondering if we,ll pass. Football games and friendly teachers - These are some of our schoofs many features. All our memories, both new and old, Make Central High worth more than gold. 5 Ham. l.lrE--- .AP C' M 5 O 5 1 PQ? iii. 1 b 5 53 E igi' 9.9, s',s,v , . . s ,Q 1 .0 0- nan, 4' 91 .1 1',v 1 ,xy er! 1 fr 5 525,- 2 Q .- nf" we.. ::!'i fl f September Brought a New School Year, PHP NINI XIONTIIN rf school hfe were husx months fllled Wllll hard work and studw extrxeurrxeular dCl1Xll1Si and enjow able soual exent Our studles presented a challen 0 th lt we met mth persexerance Through our mlm rlubs and organlzallons FRESHMAN REGISTRATION wa a blg day for about f1VP hundrfd new Central tudent Teachers were there to g1VC advice and tudent government officer were pre ent to gulde the Freshmen through the maze of hall IN SEPTEMBER durm the annual b1olog,y ra hopper hunt Stem Iubln and Robert Johns had no trouble capturm Illf'll' specunfn but Su: NIINSII doesnt show much enthu 185111 for the httle creaturt WHEN REL ISTR XTION U KY Lame for upprrcla nun the vs rn f1llcd with lulfnt franucally runnin lo 1 n um for cla e mth tbur preffrred teachfr ' 0 . . A 2 . r ., 1 ,T , 1 - '.,.z, ' "'f'-' X '- f ' S. t. U 1 Y -. v u ' 4 C, 4 . z ' .K s s ' ' ' ' s s. . . Q V . Q W Q . , . , . I . s. . KY I Y KY QQ 'll' I Y V N 1 A V' I ' 1 ' 'si ' ' . ,. , , t, , . 1. . . , .. . , - 'g . "S, -I x' halls 'v1'- ' s 1' s " gr sg I ' s ' fs. sss ' ' ' ' 's. W W , IN s ' :X 1 QR ee '44 ,ix , ' 9 V-QRS' x.. T rf xi e I I WM, I 84 Fear and Confusion Would oon Disappear. we found opportunities to serve Central. Sports, whether we were participants or spectators. furnished a never-ending source of school spirit. It was up to us to get the most out of our school life, and this we undoubtedly did! RACE AGAINST TIME! We doubt that Elaine Cotros will find that book before the next bell unless she dives in head first. September brought hurry and scurry for Fresh- men getting used to a big, new school. "PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!" lntently studying some English literature, Betty Runyan seems unconcerned about her hoola hoop's slipping away. Sally Denman admires Betty's ability to master the latest fad. which was going strong in September. HONEST MISTAKE? It's the other way to military. We can't blame Bobby Gossett too much for ending up in a girl's gym class, even if he was looking for the ROTC room. After all, he's just a Freshman! :4Q,. .. ,f"'MHD'Mf A Y, I Q W f ' -'f M? , f Y 1 Sla y W Q ,MVN .4 1 ia' A 'Mg bv Q A .N,,,5,, 4 m .1A,,,FL'k 1 V nf: A.u v, fb ' ."I ' N x' ' LA ,XJR Fig r M 1 V, ik!-Ag, PM! ,A Ip ,Ms ff w , - ' ff 1 "' X5 Q, A 1 X. k W., PL: Sv J 5 I ,r t mm f ay , .Ayr , 2, ? fy i 3 I F 'kan .ws 94 K .QQ f . - 5 s .uw .Wy q f In S Q gp 5 W kj? -- 3' gk? . Q ! ix i 727 iff MLK 4 v Q 2 X 111+ L-.W 4 3eP"f'f'2f' 'ff' 'f ap, ,-QM' xy 'Q 3 wmb is ,Q V,,f 1,5 My ,., 'pf " r TR 5 2? mwah Activities Galore Marked Happ Days. , ' 4 L IN OCTOBER Central wus repre- senlecl by fifteen Couples on Top- 'l'en llunee Party. lmroaileast over WHISQ television. In the foreground are the two hosta of the Show, Wink Nlurtinrlule and Donna Raye Jziek- EALH QIX WEEKS Ihr Honor Sour-ly rateQ exers homeroom accordin cholaalic landing. in the Cla Kat ly Ericaon poct the Qecond place rating for thi Fre hman homeroom :lr FN Ya.. hi radio marpiece 1 really concentrating on that book Mthou h Jimms Adam 1 wery excitfd oser a home run 'Ur Pennin tan doe nt ecm to han hi enthu ia ni 'LS to itss -' si'f' M iss. l l ' . N S . - ' ' 'S S Y WORLD SERIES TIME! Wve wonder if Sammy Salky with 'Ev ia-'5'SSiSl1': .s's. tt For the 7 8 Championship We Were triving, WW 4 an GAB SESSION TIME Faint- every day after lunvh. Often when the weather was too had tu go outside, we chatted with our friends in the basement hall. Tliesf- few minutes were a high spot in the busy day. BRRRRR' I-OOTB-XLL IAXIES were winetiint icy hut really fun We didnt su much of the anie thou h tht theerlcadtr kept u t 0 hu w thuiing, tht tram on tu wittfrrx Tht l'1g,lit Nong. could lit hear mie amax fur frtlen utal t iurd 1 i 1 hav all COULD THIS ISF WINE?" says Jean Claytun who sf-enis to ln' ing trmilwlv finding her nwn lnafr-rr. At suck IIHIICUS then- was inevitable shut- mix-up. Cuuld ,le-an's feet have shrunk a few sizes? BY NOVEMBER, ACTIVITIES many and varied were in full swing. For the yearbook, the Seniurs filled nut lung activity forms which listed all their c-xtrac'urrit'ular activities at C+-ntral. 2 With the End of Football Season uiokly Arriving. be,-4 4 NU NOSE FUR NEWS! That's Irvin Salky hicling lu-hincl his paper in Niiierican History Class. Although niost stucla-nts founil Current Events intern-sting, lrvin sw-ins to have found an opportun- ity to catch up on lost sleep. W WITH PREP LEAGUE football teaching its climax. it was essential for every student to keep up with the latest happen- ings in the football world. and the- Warrior Newspaper kept us well informed. AT THE PEP RALLY for the Central-South Side game. a Southside scrapper dangled from the balcony in effigy. We'll always remember pep meetings as a part of our school life vital to the ever-present Central spirit. SIYY' 5' M'7'llH N' a MANY HONIEROOMS have scholastic honor roll Charts on which deserving students are recognized. Diana Baker adds the last na to a list of students who made the honor roll in her homeroom. IN DECENIBICR delegates from each Freshman homeroom met to choose candidates for Class offivers. The entire Freshman Class then voted on candidates selected by the nominating convention. IUC In December Christmas Spirit Prevailed Above All THE ACE-OLIJ Clf5'l'UNl of giving to others l at Christmas time inspire-tl many homerooms to undertake Christmas projects. Judy Cum- mings. Shirley Long. and Louise Peters fill a basket of food for a needy family. 5' '15 M if FIGURINC THE GRAND TOTAL of contributions is one arithmetim' problem that Mary Lou Quinn dot-sn't mind solving. This year Miss Laura Mauzfs Classes gave S3-1-.00 to the Cooclfellows' Christmas Fund. SNOW IS A rare delight and causes much excitement at Central. One morning before classes hegxan. the tempting flakes lured a few Students outside even without coats. N0 BUSY AS BEESl Bob Knott. Jimmy Biles. and Jerry Nicholas inclustriously clean a ear during the 'Scar wash" held for the Elizabeth Clinton Memorial Scholar- ship Fund. IBF' ' - we '--u-' ...ug M. ' ff! Good Tidings and Cheer Filled Every Hall. PRFSl'lN'lq5. l'Rl'lSlfNTS FVIZRYWHITRFY At the Chri-lnias program a prewnt. fyinholie of 1-acli lionieromnl llhriitmas project, wax placed under, the flhrietinaiw tree. l'ut llllfllllllf- package represents her homel rootnl gift to Ll nemly family. EV!-ILYN W'Hl'l'E puts the final touch on the sketch of Santa Claus on the hinchroom floor. At Christmas the art department added il festixe note to the school with their door decorations. an 1 'vi 0 Q .44 Januar Brou ht Exams Along 1th 11d Te1m, U ex Board Pntranu I'X.1Ill1llZiIl0Il NI r t Nt: hr 4 of adml 10r1 hcfore cntcrm the HLl1llfll'lllII1 tlclut D RE 'XII' Sandra Bofaltcllsr Bolyln Spraw an f Pnl: Hr ssc-ll audi n C I I Lf in tha X Lappilla LIIOII' XI' FER A IWO and one half hour cxam tudent wlcf me d lumh txme a nu rl pentup tvn u 92 I C - 1 1 . Q V 4, 0 . - 1 Z . ri Q '- n 'I ' xg? g tio fur r'm"tt'1l 1la"4 b I i Q w I I I . 5' xl Q K '+- IN ORDER TO GO tu thx' mllr-ge nf their vhoirv. mn-t f1t'IllF8HIQ'Q lukw Cllg- 1 ' '- I' ' 'w. ugu -rnf vis'-l1'r ,f .sg i I i. S A . 1. ' L' T .- ' H 5 ' ' . Q S 'J rx - 1 ' ., a wha '- In 1-aw lflat' - si ns. x w 5. I ehool Life Settled Down to Daily Routine, Sl-FAME ON YOU, Bee-lw! Now that exams are over, slu- dents feel foot-loose and fancy- free. Adding the final touch to her masterpiece, Beebe Wood- side hopes La Senora Profesora doe-sn'! See her. l ln W' 0 COHA mcA 4 of ' SKS 9 . .. , Q .5 Y Sleadioba sf Huw RWM 5 PEPE U3 Q with IHE NIAD QCIENTISI' at work Je E- Nlam Gray 1 nuxm thumcal tudent houlrl ham ltarmd thc necf an prmcautlon 94 AFTER THE CONFUSION of holldaya the hall quleted down and mon1tor eemed exon more alert Karln Cook how the yellow pa and et an 0 K 1 nal from Quentm Ca ln who e job t to prexent tudent from loxterm ln the hall .kwsxh V i ' ii , . x A ' , 1, 54, " in the lab. but Lynn Crconhaw needn't fear because hy now chemistry ' 1 S E 5 S . V. w - Y. 155 V H ' Q , .. , . Q . ., 5 . s S ' . ' s 5 ss gs ..s'g V ' ss'.'s' iis ' Q Q ' ' 0 A 4 . N X. .. HBH -E- 'iq' 1 .naw 'tkr QA fig 1 ,M Wlwfwffh 1 , A '-:M x r fa -5 max ' ' if 2 ,, M sf ,..,.,..,,,,.-M 2' why Sim! X A 4 v W: QM 81 1' X Q Swv UAE A Q .4 in X N Azul xx -4 AM I CLOSE enough to the . curb? ,loc Levy is one of the few who docsn't have trouble finding a place to park. Even in March the Student Government still had not solved the problem of parking space. 9451 '-vw March EXCIUHQ tudent Government Campalgns, 1. 39-A 'me 'M 'gaze 19-Q -an HIT IT AGAIN' Hut ll a am' Harder harclcr' Hou ton Alun 1 practlcm to keep ln hape 96 SAI LX CUINNINGHANI Lharles Crump and Max Lanca ter work ou la tmmutf detaul of the Student Goxernment Stomp 4 L. -W K o o Q 0 1- '- - V - N ., . I , , s t s - ' - ' S ' . it - tv. gan., 5 . f It I ' ' '16, 'K If f f R , K s f , ' , f, . ' ' ' . I f ' V - - ' , . " . Q -7 k .. L .f 7-if .jk-' ' Q. ' 1 I' " ' " 3 'V I 2 'h,l,gif.'7'C3'w ' - J. 'M Mk ,wt-125-Ln-ttf 7 K Q' ??'r, A ' 'A ij? 7' in 'LG bn I .3 fn , ei-if. A b 'Qu J J' 'I has-j ,W ik, hcl, .41 . ,W . L 'M W K K , t V ' Q, my ab - K , ., , . . L v X., 4- . , K k 0 K M - - K. , K 'Q 4-fe . A ,ff ' . . 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ICHY M.,- ,J.r.....- QTUDENT COVERNNIENT ELECTIONS tau ht tht harc Components of our dPIIl0CI'dl1C way of owernment In a few years thle under tandm w1ll enable ue to accept the re pon 1bll1lW that reels on the shoulders of LYCFY Arnerlean and Enthuslasm for ports Turned to Baseball Games WORK XVII 'VO l' xnalu lark a dull hm u wlen tht weathtr wax had we flocked to tht gun at our lunch hour to tnjm .a Notk dame We rocked to the latwt record dmng the dance of the llllll tht hop as 1 ' vs . , . , , , - , ' 4 . , , 'g ' ut 1 . , D ins an Q at ' ' S- ' 's 0 ' r 'nd a ' ' a -' L - y , ' . h , . g V V. Y A . V 2 b ., jr . .5 ,1- 71 .' .5,fi:5. f Q , Q' . H ' W A fi., .A by-x j , A ' t . 3-0 v.. M Y ,L up ' I pt K Y , 4. 1 I A 542- , -1t.......,... N 'x ' , 7 r rr.e f , 5 gn .. E , ., X , ' . ,-. , .-J. w I . " Q ,A t it W' Miisf .... N1 S, , 'I " F, ,bn Q , e Q , 4 - l ,,. V M f-- r-' I L Lv. .v lf g us - 'sl fkfm Qi, I' s-W" AV" ""' . E , . T ' I ' . 'N ' 15' Y - ' ' ' W K ,.. V-V. , 5 - g v- M S S. X M - '. ' ' .5 A ' A A - . . A "gXl.l. ' 1 . l LAY " 't 97 Last Came May With Exams and ALTHOUGH GAINES TENNISON hasn't had much time to enjoy his senior class ring. we can lie assured that it remains in safe keeping with Judy Waring. Class rings. although a familiar sign of going steady, are a symbol of our final year' - a year long to be remembered. Graduation, "JUST OUR LUCK." moaned Pam Lee and Betty Mur- phy. but Betty Armstrong and Anne Shaw know that it's not luck that makes good grades. Their smiling faces show that the hard work, time, and conscientious study paid off. OH. THAT LAST MINUTE CRAMMING! On those last hectic exam-filled days in May, many students cram fervently during every spare moment. Linda Davis and Peggy Pierce, taking a mo- ment to relax, are unaware that they are disturbing the studying of Nancy Andrews and Margaret Ferguson. Symbols of Our Knowledge and Inspirations. WERE OUT' WERE OUT' We cant lxellewe xt' The long awamd day whlch we had antlclpated from the very begmmng of chool h finally arrlved Lonnle Exans Pam SlSk and Johnny Hu gms Jump for Jo unable o re llze the full Il1f1C8l'1CC of thxs mlle tone J' l"i,n. GETTINK SET FOR the lug, event of g.radua tlon Betty Bennntt John Dollar and Jlmmv Blles senlor class offlcer plan the dlstrlbutxon of d plomas and the eatmg arrangement for gradua non 4. y , - , . Y .' ,, V lv . If ' ' ' ' s as . , A . , S s y, t a sig- .. ,L . S ' l J ': 3 . K, I V15 f' ml V- 1 W ..i ,QE , X. l"' il ' 2 Q A 'r ' 1 . Q. "L"f4lJ, ' l ' V ' f V , , S' . i- Q' ' L', ' 5 ' xx , ' l' fl '. , . X' - ,'-' ,f :H . rf' in . XV 1 .f, X 2 Y Look into our Classrooms- Classes are the knowledge keys Which open the door to opportunities. Foreign languages and science are on our lcnowl edge path- Along with specialized courses and English, history and math. Our classes are full of life and realism, Enabling us to face each day with optimism. The more we study, the more we learng So classes are really Centralls main concern. LHSSES ' ' ' ,f f 1. 7 A r ff Q X 'ji' l , ff f ll., E Lgjxxhff , g a,,fj!!4fX1!j i I fy 2 f 2 hw-W . ' , "nw ,,AwwJL--,Q-Ni-wa-Jfswv'Wi,,,,,L,..,..,, K EMT: :V X .,.? X 1 K , 5 X, 5 gwf X ml rw? , , ..f Q Z., i N X ""' wk xi 5' X "WHAT IS A THIRD PRINCIPAL PART?" asks Tommy Schendimann as Judy Young dictates from her English book. Tommy has found that he needs a good review of conjugations, and .ludy makes a "swell" teacher. LIKE OTHER ,IUNIORS WHO have learned that outside reading is re- quired as well as beneficial Lillian Link and Julie Taylor find the books of their choice in our own library. English Mastery Provides a olid CENTRAL HAS ALWAYS enjoyed one of the highest scholastic ratings of schools in Memphis. Many of today's leaders were yesterday,s students at Central. One of the most prominent qualities of a Cen- tralite is his desire to learn. With the guidance of our excellent faculty, we acquire the knowledge that enables us to attend the college of our choice. "TIME IS GROWING SHORT," adds Miss Reams, as she emphasizes the importance of a good vocabulary. Realizing the truth of her words, these seniors are striving for stronger word power by which they will be judged throughout their future. Foundation for Forei I1 Lan ua es. Because of the emphasis placed on academic achievement. approximately ninety per cent of each year's graduating class not only go -on to college but also achieve out- standing recognition. Linofficial rec- ords show that during the past ten years not more than ten graduates of Central have failed to make the required grades to remain in col- ege. IN THIS CLASS we become acquainted with the customs of thc French. Al- though France is over three thousand miles away. we learn that the people are extremely interested in football. THE LATEST STYLES from Rome are modeled by the modern Romans. On the hoard is a Latin tree, showing derivatives taken from Latin words. f" ' we 2 . '91 . ig-fffffii in 6 is ' "LET'S SIT THIS ONE OUT," agree Larry Chamberlain and Kay Steven- son as they listen to gay Spanish music that represents the colorful people they are studying. COME ON, BOYS! PULL HARDER! To the amusement of Mr. Simpson's physics class, none of these healthy, husky boys can pull the bell apart. Are our men getting weaker? No, this is simply an illustration of the strength of the atmospheric pressure against a complete vacuum. We Strive to Meet the Challen e "THE HUMAN BRAIN CAN BE held in one hand," explains Pat Wallace to her biology class. During Pat's explanation A. D. Weems busily sets up the human torso for his part in the discussion. - N xl' ' lined' ANOTHER EXPERIMENT? Yes, but do you see boredom written on any of these faces? No, because chemistry, an analytic sub- ject, teaches our curious minds about the composition of matter. of Science and Mathematics. "WISH l HAD STUDIED last night!" thinks Ed DeSaussure as he tries to work a slide rule, which is a most important factor in solving a logarithm problem. Mr. Wharton patiently awaits Ed's answer. "YOU IJONVI' KNOW how to draw a sixty-degree angle?" questions Mr. Pennington. What we study in ge- ometry will remain with us be- cause it teaches us to be exact. MX EQUALS PLUS FOUR." Billy Blackwell points to the line on a graph that designates his answer. Graphs are one of the most important phases of algebra. We Learn of World Affairs and "WHAT PROVISIONS were made for land in 1785?" asks Mr. Willis. You can certainly tell who studied last night! KATIE CAYCE and Richard Lewis share the spotlight as they discuss medieval times and show figures to other members of this ancient history class. I08 'ef-nf" T H R O U C H THE HISTORY COURSES AT Central, students be- come better acquainted with the af- fairs of the world. From ancient history we learn the traditions and customs of ancient civilizations. American history teaches us to ap- preciate our great American heri- tage and to understand the world in which we live today. Through cur- rent events we learn about everyday affairs which enable us to become better citizens and to understand our own political and civic problems. Improve Faulty Speech Habits. Nl XlXN NX X13 AS ROE WALTERS drags Main in his Model T Ford these pedestrians admire the sleek lines of h modern car This is a good example of what goes on in speech class durin pantomimes lut you can rest assured that no one drives away from the fun 10 'FX JOHNNY LANG points ,,,.-- SPEECH CLASS has its serious moments, and Paula McCaslin is determined to make a good grade on her oral test. Forgetting those butter- flies. she appears poised and self-assured. out the parts of the throat that Nancy Forwalter uses as she reads in varied tones to the class SHOPPING CAN BE FUN, as we see from the ex- pressions on the faces of these Home Economics stu- dents: Nancy Copeland, Mary Ellen Rackley, and Karen Carson. "AM I PROUD OF THIS!" boasts Fran Camp, and we can't blame her. Not just anybody can win first prize in the Mid-South Fair Baking Contest. 17-1 ,'4.a.g. ,f Future I-Iomemakers Become THE HOME ECONOMICS DE- PARTMENT at Central is one of the most complete in any Memphis high school. There are two separate de- partments, Food and Clothing. The Foods Department teaches girls not only to plan the fundamental recipes for the simplest dishes but also to buy economically, to set an attrac- tive table, and to prepare appetizing foods. Since the girls have the actual HMMMMM, IT LOOKS ENTICINCV' Kay Hart and Fran Camp do the honors of serving, while Shelia Harmon, Fleta Har- land, and Judy Bachelor can hardly con- trol their hunger. Adept at Cooking and Sewing. experience of selecting and buying groceries, they learn the "value of the dollarf' THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT offers girls a chance to learn to sew for themselves as well as for other members of the family. At the end of the term the sewing students present a fashion show, which gives them an opportunity to display their work and to develop poise. EACH YEAR AT THE Mid-South Fair girls from both departments receive many ribbons for their various entries. Their ribbons are symbolic of a job well done. I 421. , Ns J MAGIC IS IN Mary Ann Williamson's fingers, and the fashion show gives her the opportunity to model her creation for the student body. Dan Forbess, her escort, smiles his approval. IT'S SO QUIET IN HERE! If one were to walk into one of Mrs. Ball's sewing classes, he could hear a pin drop. These girls learn to work silently and efficiently. and the results are certainly rewarding. NOT ONLY DID these girls receive the honor of being prize winners in the clothing division of the Mid-South Fair, but also they have the pleasure of wearing the clothes that they themselves made. We Display Our Talents in "THIS IS HOW IT'S DONE." explains Mrs. Snyder as she demonstrates to her home nursing class the correct way to give medicine to a convalescing patient. GYM GIVES GIRLS a chance to ex- perience team spirit. Mrs. McLemore's classes arm- so well organized that each girl is a vital part of the team. EACH INTENT ON HER ASSIGNMENT, these girls are busy tying bandages and giving artificial respiration. Gym, Choral Music, and . 'TISIUNS UI" Sl'llfXR l'I,llMS" were rr-rtainly in allundancv at tlie Art Dv- is 2 partmvnt luuaar lim-ld in tllrf cafeteria 5 just ln-fore Cliristmas. "Sugar pluml' trees and ntlu-r il:-vointiw itt-ms for tln- lloli- rlays were offm-retl for sale along witll attractive artivles nf veraiiiivs, woaving, and painting. Prom-cells of tlic bazaar went toward tlu- Illll'CllLlS0 of 'Ll slide projector and slides for tlie art depart- ment. -Q f FASHION DESIGNING has a distinctive appeal for most girls witli artistic aliility. For outstanding: work in tliis field tlle students receive rr-cognition in the annual Art Award Contest. n ul., -gf 3, i 11 N vi X 'fl YOU'RE WRONG if you think singing is all that goes or: in tlie Music Dvpartnu-nt. 'flu-so students are trained in music theory, history, liarmony. and appreciation. Vocational tudies Aid .yr-S' F- 44' fi' if -1 X' fr 'I I . 151 3 if 'LMI' PERHAPS THE MOST POl'lll.,-XR clccriw- fuhjcct uinongl ftutle-nts at Central is typing. Mrs. Guthrie strcfses the fact that rlmix fl1llji'CI taken in high sclimtl can ho iunft lavnz-fivigil in onlin-gt-. "A FRIEND IN NEED." Gloria Klorgrin and Rvlwccu Via try to lu-lp Bobby llll11Il1lN'I'S find hif error in accounting, unotln-r of C4-mmlk Q-It-L-tiwg Uffg-red tu those iritvrestvtl in business Courses. l if SllUR'l'll.XNlJ 5'l'lllJl'fN'l'S udinirv lmpliics ww-n hy CCI1llX1llICh in the- Nutinntil Sluvrtlniinl limit:-it during the Ihlxl fwur yt-.lrf. liirly in tht- ylklf. 31154 CI't'llrllLlXV.S Clusscs hcgin pri-puringg for this cun- test. in which they voinpn-tc' with ft-lifmls till me-r tht- lfnitml Stgitvs. S x tudents in Choosin Occupations H' ,, alj k ,f an , if :ws . ' -li P., 'I' suv '- -2,3 il V ,...- HAYE XOTQ EVER THOUGHT about building your own radio? Larry Finn and Cliarlcs ,Iaynv dvnwnstratf- liuw it? done as they repair lin- rm-win-r mi iill'iI'ilfllllt'-llllliit'U'LlIlNII1ilU'I'. .IO IN DOLLAR WILLINQLH IIELI N Llifhn ilwn. wlio ilLl: fwiiumi that x1L'CilLlIliCL1i Drawing is o .1 u tal rf mhitcvturi- and vngim-cring. tlicac lmys prepare """ ii If U Sec- our Organizations in aviioue- CC 79 lust a group of Clubs, some people say, But we lfnow these Hclzilisw help us in erery way. Learning Io worlr with others while testing new skills We gain accomplishments which bring new thrills. From Roherfs HRnles of Orclerw we are taught That flemoerrzlie prineiples are prneticerl 017111 sought. WI6,1,'C benefitefl greatly by our participation g Experiencing leadership, serzfiee. and co-operaiion. HTIU 'vw 0 f w H 4, 3' 3 an P? 4 AI Q 1 N.. . 1 Q i x f f 75 i K gif, 1. U' LFQYVM A., t , ggffff ' ' .1 ffl Wg" Q' ' if M gf'-igi' D" ki., ' 'fm .. I Q 'R ,,v-""""""'.f E I fig .fx . .P ,k We Chose These for I? W. .R .5 ut' Q u -sv C President Girls' Vice President Boys' ViC6 Pl'8Sid8fll MARK CALDWELL NORMA JEAN PETERSON ELLIOTT HEMBREE Q' 9' '. "fl 1 , 1, 1 9 Secretary Treasurer Commissioner-at-Large MARY ANNE HOLLOWAY MAX LANCASTER FRANK FLAUTT REPRESENTING THEIR RESPECTIVE homerooms, these student council mem- bers discuss the business put before them hy President, Mark Caldwell. bk -fling "THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE is the only legitimate foundation of any government, and to protect its free expression should be our first ohjectf, said Thomas Jefferson. CENTRAL HAS ITS SYSTEM of government based on the theory of representation. The Student Government officers are elected by popular vote, and with the help of representa- tives chosen by each homeroom, they govern the activities of the school. Their regular duties include planning the fall and spring calendars, planning auditoriums, directing fire drills, and choosing the picture shows which are presented at the end of each six weeks. By working closely with the administration and faculty, the council helps to maintain a mutual understanding be- tween teachers and students. Our tudent Government Cnlzzlrzisxiorzcr uf .4x.s1'r11bli0x PER RY GRACE fi " x 'wt- , 19' 0 Conzmissioner of . ' , L A b E ff at Sofia! Ac'li1'i!ff's . W., SALLH L 'A ff, .5 lllliYNlNUHANl by K K 'K J 15' ' 7 A A 'H M Q, 1 , ' ' Qsbv ' 5 X RUB ADUB DUB, two mon do scrub! Erasing evidence of past football games are Frank Flautt and Johnny Huggins, Student Council Members. Comm issiolzer of l'ulJffr'iIy CHARLES CRUMP PRESIDENT MARK CALDWELL encourages students to support the Polio Drive, a city-wide project undertaken hy high school students. It in. A D Fire Marshal SANDRA MURRAY ii Ch ief .Vlarsh al JOHNNY HUGGINS - A ,P p Assistant Marshal DOUGLAS MCCALLUM Ilonor oehngf Nhnnbers Lead 1959 INDUCTEES OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-FRONT ROW: Bradow, Hale, Payne, Vaiden, Pittard, Sternberg, Thompson, S. Engelberg, Robison, Biles, Macdonald, Larson, Bernatsky. Hilburn, Dudley, Haynes, Gantt, Ferguson, Kelley, D. J. Engelherg. SECOND ROW: Spence, Branch. C. Moore, Phenix, Chisolm. Hatcher. Epstein, Acree, Quinn, Stone, Adams, Miller, North- cutt. Key, Mothershed, Hall, Griffin, Cray, McCallum, Waller. THIRD ROW: Walker, Coleman. Langham, Busselle, Aizenshtat, Powers, Crt-ve, Cunningham, Brown, llurson, Davis, Springer, Stiman, Sternlwrger, Sit-gman, A. Moore, McDermott. FOURTH ROW: Lochridge, Ferguson, Claburn, Cade, Baruchman, Silverson, Self, Womack, Schwanke. Perry. Ryland. Rasmussen, Jenkins, Kaminsky, Morton, Lamb. FIFTH ROW: Mernielstein, Huggins, Howard, Armstrong, Crump, llruee. Tuvker. Sprott. Ward, Ruden, Schatz, Pentecost. FEAR GRIPS THE TICKET COLLECTORS, Jane Teas. IN AN DIPRESSIVE CEREMONY eighty-six new inductees Quentin Cassin. and Stanley Hutter, as the rushing crowd pledged to uphold the standards of the Sigma Lambda Chi approaches the auditorium on picture show day. chapter ofthe National Honor Society. ! FAN lBi5!Exf l ,: the School in Service "lille Sigma Lainlwcla Chi Chapter of The National llonor Society tientral lligh Fr-hool invites you to lneeoine ll nienilwer of tlns organization 'llliis 1-oxetetl invitation is extentlecl to those students who meet not only the four sf-holastie stantlarfls of the soeiety hut also, according to the faculty. possess the other qualities of charaeter. leatlership. and serviee to a suffi- eient extent to entitle them to nienilmership. To those who hafl earnecl this honor. initia- tion was just the first step. To them fell the duty of setting an example of high icleals for the rest of the school. X l l l , OFFICERS: Jerry Pierce -President. Steve Angel- -Vice President, Clenlee Ferguson-- Sc-Cretary. and lletsy Breytspraak---Treasurer, address invitations to students who are lo he "lapped" for nit-nilvership in the llonor Society. HONOR SOtllE'l'Y- FRONT ROW: June Evans. I.aYf-rne 3IcNiell. Betsy lln-ytspraak. lane Teas, ,lane Morgan, Linda Meyer, Bettie Pt-miington. SFCONIJ ROW: Billie NIclJonaltl. l.orn.1 Jaffe. Cliarlent- Nemnan. tllenlee Ferguson, Ann Rauscher, Pat Wliite, Sylvia Nlzlrgolin. Mary .Mine Holloway. 'l'HlRl7 ROW: Norma Jean Peterson. Se-lnia Engelherg. Cf-eelia Trout, Diane Lazarov, Kathy Erickson, Cllarlotle llirellfieltl. Kay Dt-an llutler. .Mny Tenriant, ,lutly Nl:-lton. I-'Ul'R'1'Il ROWVZ john Holloway, Mark Caldwell, Freyda Tresan, luily Singer. l't-ogy Cowling. Xlartet- We-atlir-rforcl. Perry tlrace, Quentin tins-en. l"ll"'l'll ROVV: .lerry Kirkscey, Stanley Hutter, ,lack llrown. Stew Angle-l. .lt-rr! Pierre. Kenny' Patton. llol: Knott. liflwilftl l"e-lsentlial. The Business Club and Quill and e1'0ll-- Bl 5lN-P455 'fill B FIRST RUWY: llgiiispeuker. Tliuiiipsrfii Histwriuii. llllilclrt--H l,f4!gl'Llllt llhuirrnan, Bennett--Treasurer, Penningtnn -f Recording iecv-re-tary. Vlfullmretith l'rz-sitlviit. W'illiannswn Cwre-punilillg 5.-pr,-tary. Brgiilnw Vice President, Pruett. lrlurrison. Driver, litnnh. 5l',fIUNIl ROW: Slimirin. Kliudes. Perry. l,LtI'lxt't'. Link. Wliitvltiw. NlwYi1-ll, llillmurn. Huynes. Dreppurtl, Nlurtun, lrhy. THIRD Rljxxli Xl"lIHI1. xlflfyllll. l'1t'I'QlllNHIl. llenrivtt, Nl4'Kinley. 'llt'll4. Whitt-. lq.lllN4'llt'I'. Stiles, ilk:-un, Pgitti-r-uri. Hicks, Canter. FOURTH RIMS: 'lll'lllll'l. Xvtll1lt'll. Urr, Hinkley. Nl.irsl1.ill. lluslry, llmw-ii. ll.1r'ri-nn, Ming, tl-flmh, llixni-Q. l4il,l,, Cnwljng, lpjlllml. IHUOFHH-XIJINQL lllli "lllil.l,U 1Ql'fYl'li'xl." is .1 Iniu juli for 4'1villp1'If'i1t llllslltf'-s fllulm nie rnlmers .Xlvlvie W illi.11l-wil, Sherry lflillvrt-.1Il1..iiirl lie-Itx' l.r.iw-N , N, V ,Maw 'Q , lfl"l"lCIlfNtIN I5 -X lilCYXY'0lllJ of the Business Cluh. une of the husiest liunnrary urgzmizatiuns in Central. ln early fall the meinlx-rs puhlishefl the sclmul directory, "llellu Centralf, This was nu easy task. fur compiling the nanies uncl urlflresses uf fifteen hunclrcrl stuclcnts tuuk time unml effort. The cluh heltl a "twirl l'nsture" contest. Wleln- hers visited the various typing classes to olwserve the pusture of the students ancl elected Frank Flautt and Donna Haynes as Nlr. ancl Nliss Posture. The cluh also pulnlislierl the weekly Student Council llulletin zinfl niiineugraphed tests ancl clicl other secretarial work for teachers. T0 HONOR NEW MEIVIBERS, in- cluctefl from the upper one-fifth of the typing and shurthanml classes. the Busi- ness Cluls cliinuxetl the ycaris activities with their annual spring luncheon at the Peabody Hotel. l-lonorar Organizations in Special Fields THE PATTI, FLOWICITS chapter of tht- National Quill and Scroll, started in l94+fl hy Miss lVlartha Lou Jones. has encouraged and rewarded many Cen- tral students for achievements in jour- nalism and allied fields. SllAlllNC Oxlf of their guest speakers with the student lmody. the Quill and Scroll presented Mr. George Sisler. Promotions lfditor of the '4Commercial Appeal." Ito immediately captured his audience with his vivid pictures of the Mississippi liiver and his obvious love and understanding of her. AT THE INDLTCTION Mr. Paul Flowers. Literary Editor of the 4'Com- mereial Appealfi gave to the Quill and T' H ' -ff i Scroll members and guests a resume of his trip to lsrael. ,f A SOCIAL HICHLICHT of the yt ir was the Quill and Scroll teal held in honor of guest speaker. Mr. George Sisler. Qllllsl. AND SCROLI. FRONT HOW: Silt:-rson. Cathings, Quinn. Adanis. Nlin-donald. Stone. Hatcher. Less. Miller, Friener, Jaffe- Treasurer. Epstein. l,umlJ, Meyer. SECOND ROW: Trout. Lazarov. Engelln-rg. Rauscher. Rosen, Springer, Baruchman, Newman, Bernatsky. Stimun. Austin. Peace. McNie-ll. llowen. THIRD ROW: Nlargolin. Fortson, Aizenshtat, Cowling---Recording Secretary. Womack. liolninson, llirclificld, Manning. Cautlill. EY'llfliSllIl Pr:-sident. Ilrqtspmrlk, Hnrson. Thompson -- Corresponding Secretary. FOURTH ROW: Davis. Melton-Vice President. Waller. Angel. Armstrong. llollowuy, Strong. Coats, Robison, West, Kaminsky, H01. man. Te-as. "vw , f "'1r QQ ' 'A Centrafs Band Wins L ll.-XNIJ FIRST ROWV: Ed Blcillullz-n. Martha Sue Stun fin-Id. Phil llrucc-. Susanna Elder, Mac Grely, Murylin Hawk lie-wrly Saunders, ,lean Lurfon, Linda Uwein, Phyllis White, julie Taylur, Nancy Wfflmli, Jean Finton, Lillian Link Donna Drive-r. SECOND ROW: ,Ivrry Kirksccy, Cary Kiln drick. Harrie llumplirr-ys, Ann Mcllvrinutt, Bn-ndu llurdmi linnniv Ka-ixka-r. Put Nl:-uilur. Larry Finn, Billy llluvkwm-ll L2 N.. 1-, . -nunrivf Roller! Wilkins. llulilmy Xlvxlullvri, Dun Pe-cry, flriffin, Jinnny Ainlin. Gary Loudon, Bryan P Ann Ullur. Mary June- Reid. Tominy Dclivrry. ROVV: Bill 'fuckv-r, Ed Brindley, Carol Huntvr, Slf'Yl'flF. Hike .Im-k. Runnin Hanson, Pam Larry iper, Jw THIRD Ronnie' Hyatt, ffnlle-vii Sgwiimz Mika- Lungl. lid Lf-now, Fu-te-r Li--If-r, s' Q, w f 1 5 fi K' "Ni Honors for the School. Grace Fitzgerald. Bob Packer, Bobby Bernstein, Charles Goodrirh. Ed Keyes. John Hesson, Richard Baldwin. James Dodd. Paul Belton. Jerry Bluestein. Hal Wilkins. Joan Shure. Ginger Niothershed. Charles McDaniel. FOURTH BOW: Bonnie Garrison, Bonnie Mitchell, Catherine Payne, .lttllll Sims. Wayne Burkhead. Leonard Gustafson, Billy TPHOLDING THE GOOD REPETA- TION enjoyed by previous Central bands has not been a difficult task for our 1958459 Band. They won three superior ratings at the l953 National Band Contest at Enid. Oklahoma-one for concert playing. one for sight read- ing. and one for marching. These skills were demonstrated during the half- time aetirities of our football games. at the Ole Miss Homecoming game. and at the Tri-State Music Festival at Greenwood. Mississippi. where the band played a featured concert. This fine representation continued at the Solo and Ensemble competition at Jackson. Tennessee. where several members won top honors. Butler. Dennis Morrison, William Reese, Gerald Crowder, Ed Serivener, Jim Scrivener. Jim Dellinger. Wayne Wil- liams. Tom Perry. John Baker. Mike Hasson, Maurice Rhodes. FIFTH ROW: Buddy Wilkinson. Bill Cason. David I.a Bonte. Beth Goff. Ralph Goff. K. D, llc'Connieo. Jimmy Murphy. Sir. NIc'Clain. C.-XPABLE OFFICERS O1-' fientralis Band are Phyllis White. Larry Griffin Qatbcrlne Payne, Maurice Rhodes. Ed Keyes. Charles XieDaniels. and Jean Finton. .gy f QAM' u i . 1,3 ,- -'KE Q v ,w ,Q . ,mi 'K 1. AIN, T i' -3 f -ff vi Q Ya Q fl As Q ,f wi H . 5 A 1 ,Jaw S gi 1324 sas, i I-wi , 1 , J xx X. , 5 Y 4 A si QQ fig-i5Emi.- -4 .pix ,kw gf im - 1 , A .J 1 2 A " . Y if :ff Q Vfg liz L1 A , 21 4 - ,S"'- ff 'M 4 3 5: 5 2 if ' I., 2 . X Ml 'Q l Y . gi ff-E' 2 .A K V712 A A 5 K"- K X ' . , i 132514 " 1 5 J 5 ' f 32 5 I ., f ,ff - WMP' X N65 -w ,X f 5 r V Q e E- v C 'I sry Vi sffffl-4 kVg,f,f.f -TX , Q? .Rs .53 J 5 1 MI, Lg' Ex E qeyixfl ,J S :QE if ' j ug ,E 5 'wx' J -T? --V,Q g Jig Vwjfgg A j Yr A gs f' H 5 - .v,' 1 ' 'iii "'. if 215, f- A1 A I ' - - , ., Q ,Q '.. f P 1 W A " A 'W "v- f 'M ' mf "L - . I I . , - K V f A K Q A - iz W T- ? M35- i i ' 'f f 'EV 5 W. X53 L' Y ' ,f f"IY 5' W W FA H Y f Q? -QQ E' I1 , fff ff'5 we 2 Q f 1 IA ' fha, 55 41 ax A X f' f fx' fff5Q,f5R?52feQ ?' is 1'5" f SM 1 'f Q1 N ' 2 x ff W NW 1, f Q Nffi f 1 iw M h -Q 1 'i fwi 1 s I iv ' f . . ' .3 . I if . 5 4 , , Vg: 4- fi u, - 1 i si ,E i V v - ii I, 4 2 Z E T 4 s 1 2 ,'E THE CENTRAL A CAP- PELLA CHOIR is perhaps one of the best known organi- zations in the school. Of their many activities this year proh- ahly the most outstanding was the Christmas pageant, which was presented both at school and over television station WKNO. The Choir proved its ability hy having twenty-one of its members chosen to sing in the All-State Choir. ir Love of MUSIC The Newspaper-A Monthl THESE IMPORTANT PEOPLE are the fronte page editors. Seated, left to right: Virginia Andre, Jo Ann Thompson, Kathy Erickson, Charlotte Birch- field, and Jack Brown. Standing: Gaither Hatch- er, Reed Coats, Lynne Lar- son, Gerald Harden, and Bob Rahy. NOT TO BE LEFT OUT of the newspaper functions are the exchange editor, Scarlet Cathingsg typists, Chellie Terry, Sarah Jones. and Anna Bell Tidwellg and morgue editor, Eva Miller. 'K' MISS CLAIRE SCHVVAM, the advisor to the Warrior Newspaper, has many helpful ideas and is always ready to help a member of the staff. AT THE END OF EACH MONTH you may peek over a shoulder or around a corner and see a group of students huddled over a newspaper. Which newspaper? Why the newest monthly edition of Central Highis Warrior! They will probably he arguing the good and had points of such earth-shaking facts as 6'Ton1 Dooleys' position on the hit parade or interesting facts alvout our schoolmates in the article uCaptix'ating Centraliticsf' Record of Central's Activities UNDER THE GUIDING HAND of their adviser, Miss Schwam, the newspaper staff puts a lot of work and planning into each monthly issue. ONLY THE STAFF MEMBERS can understand the ten- sion and the rush that go into getting work to the copy desk on time or the dreaded meaning of 'gdeadlinef' But the efforts of the staff are richly rewarded, for the news- paper gives us further knowledge of the school's func- tions each month and gives honor to the name of Cen- tral by being rated All-American. THESE ASSISTANTS PLAY an important role in getting each edition to press. FRONT ROW: Eleanor Powers, Carole Banks, Susan Wom- ack. Deanna Stiman, Elaine Volozin, Sandra Tiller. SEC- OND ROW: Ann Moore, Charlotte Dreve, Katie Ry- land, Ann Stone, Susan Mac- Donald. THIRD ROW: Kay Richardson, Ann Woodard, ,lenette Self, Richard Hackel- man, Bill Holman, Chris Par- sons. TOP MAN on the Warrior Newspaper totem pole, Editor John Holloway, checks the front page layout. DRAWING UP THE FRONT PAGE of the Warrior Newspaper is the as- sistant editor, Stanley Hutter, with the help of Linda Burson. Net 5 V I30 The Warrior Yearbook--a Vivid GETTING IDEAS for this year's yearbook are section editors Judy Davis, Betty Springer, Sylvia Margolin, Linda Meyer, Beverly Brown. Roy Kaminsky, Tom West, LaVerne KIcNiell. Betsy Breytspraak. Jam- Teas. Judy Melton, Peggy Cowling Robert Strong. THE SUPERVISION and many help- ful ideas of the co-editors. Ann Rausch- er and Freyda Tresan, have proved to be a tremendous help in publishing the 1958-1959 Warrior Yearbook. CIRCLES, SQKARES, and RECTANGLES. These various shapes appear before the copy desk every day. ln addition to drawing layouts, the copy desk crops pictures and proofreads all copy before it goes to tht- editors and adviser for final approval. BETTY CHISOLM AND LORETTA,ROBERTSON, typists, and Don Schaffer and Lowell Robison, photographers, are staff members whose work is never done until the last page is "put to bedv. They work with all the section editors on every dead- line until the yearbook is completely finished and sent to press. Picture of Life at Central. Wi? 1 - Bulk' SEATED, left to right are assistants: Norma Sauer, Lynn Crockarell, Rita Grimes, Marilyn Less, Judy Busby, Bettie Pennington, Sylvia Aizenshtat, Mary Lynn Silver- son, Edna Busselle, Lynn Northcutt. STANDING: Eddie Waller, Donna Fortson Becky Buesse, Thelma Phenix, Adrienne Morgan, Margaret Rowe. JUST AS THE artist creates a striking picture on a plain, ordin- ary canvas, so the literary staff designs the yearbook from blank pieces of paper. Like the artist each member of the staff goes through a period of training. Carefully selected by the editors and adviser, a newly-elected staff member is placed under the guid- ance of a section editor. There he learns to crop pictures, draw layouts, and plan a well-developed section. lf he is interested in pho- tography, he is given a chance to develop his talent. After complet- ing one year on the staff, he is ready to "stand on his own feet", perhaps as editor of a section. in fi at he-ga: gb AS A SECTION EDITOR, the staff member realizes the full meaning of publishing a year- book. In each section the editor paints a picture of a certain phase deadline approaches. of the school year. MRS. ELIZABETH MALLOY, the staff adviser, is the busiest person to be found seventh period. Every staff member who has a problem with his section of the yearbook can count on her for good advice. BUSY DAY! BUSY DAY! The 3:15 bell doesn't mean anything to these staff members as a SUPERYISORS OF THE Yearbook and Newspaper Staff are Dian Lazarov. Business Manager of the Newspaper, and Selma Engelberg. Business Manager of the Yearbook. They see that all work is in on time and that everyone does his job. Q- 2' 'vw-.I MIR- Publicity A ents of THE BUSINESS STAFF. with their abundance of energy anfl enthusiasm. promote the sale of our pub- lications not only to the stuclent boclv but also to the advertisers who support our yearbook and newspaper. THIS YEAR THEIR WELL-PLANNED CAMPAIGN which began with the Warrior Kickoff skit. was suc- Q cessful, for the sales reached far above their ex- pected quota. Throughout the week of campaigning the Business Staff was hard at work putting! up posters publicizing the Yearbook and Newspaper. 1-v , l 5 X f ONE OF THE DUTIES of these staff members is writing clever copy for the pictorial advertisements. They are Harriet Friener, Carol Bernatsky, Beverly Manning, Beverly Baruchman. Kitty Morris, Laura Sternberg, Donna Haynes. and Judy Epstein. WHILE LORNA JEFFEE, Advertising Manager of the Newspaper. and Cecelia Trout. Pictorial Advertiser of the Yearbook. are checking over the dummy, Alice Acree, Circulation Manager of the Yearbook and Newspaper. is giving her opinion. Centralis Publications. It was interesting to watch from day to day how the sales progressed. Out of 14-62 pupils. 1352 purchased a subscription of the Yearbook and Newspaper, and for the first time in Central's history, the entire sen- ior class was 100W in subscribing. THEIR CLEVER PRESENTATION of pictorial ad- vertisement receives favorable recognition from year- book critics. Much experience is gained in advertis- ing by writing effective copy and captions to attract attention to the ads. CHARLENE NEWMAN, Secretary-Treasurer of the Yearbook, and Ann Adams, Secretary-Treasurer of the Newspaper, take down names oi the many people who bought a Newspaper and Yearbook subscrip- tion. It is their job to acknowledge money turned in for the publica- tions. SEATED from left to right are assistants, Lynn Finley, Diane Engelberg, Mary Lou Quinn, Mary Caudill, Sandra Caplinger, Sue Challen, Nancy Vaiden, Sandra Tribble, Gladys Oakley, and Penny Robinson. f"' IV! ,Xt ti ..... ,Qs Q y sf X JACK OF ALL TRADES! Miss Selma Siegman, adviser of the Business Staffs of the Yearbook and Newspaper, is quite a busy person. In addition to securing advertise- ments, it is her job to see that the publications are sold and circulated. To Have Fun While Learnin -Goal if ALL A STUDENT NEEDS is an in- terest in and a knowledge of the basic fundamentals of chess to be- long to the Chess Club. At one of the most interesting meetings Mr. Rob- ert Scrivner, president of the Mem- phis Chess Club, amazed members by playing ten games at once. The club made an effort to promote further interest in the game by presenting to the library several books on chess. THE SPEECH CLLB is one of Cen- tral,s most active organizations. Membership is open to anyone with a desire to improve his speech. Mem- bers had an opportunity to hear out- standing speakers and to visit local radio stations. The main project this year was the production of the come- dy. "The Gay Deception." directed by Miss Rebekah Cohen. adviser of the club. CHESS CLUB-SEATED AT LEFT TABLE, from left to right: Enochs, Reed. Beth:-a. McFarland, Turner, Kelly, Mermelstein, James, Weems. SEATED AT RIGHT TABLE. from left to right: McCallum, Van Dell. Savery, Lancaster, Green, Miller. Bratton. Spruell, STANDING, left to right at lmack: Fredman, Wchrnan, Goodrich, Bledsoe. Awsumh. Marshall, O'Niell, Armstrong, Hutter. I. Salky, J. Moore, Murphy, Sill, D. Moore, Perry. SPEECH CLUB--FRONT ROW: Bradford. Peyton. Taylor Baruchman. B. Springer. Price. I. Salky, Evans. Diamond. Bur son, Brief. Cohn. Sternbcrger, Sisk. Levitcli. Sinclair. Kamin Sky. SECOND ROW': Hatcher, Johnson, Avgeris. Leake, Morris Terry. Glascock. Creel. Anthony. Matthews, Woodard. Spence, Robinson. Ayers. Roscnblum. THIRD ROVV: Gattis. Cross, Peter son, Sternberg, Ferguson, Nelson, Chisolm, Butts, Spiegel, Rich ardson. Sanders. Forwalter. FOURTH ROW: Rosen, McCaslin, Hale, Childress, Miller, Dreve, P. Dillon, Slocum, Cole, Cohen, Sauer. S. Aizcnshtat, Apfel. FIFTH ROW: J. Epstein, Silverson, Love. Cade, P. Lazenby, Powers, Erickson, Blair, Stern, Bennett, Powers, Atkins, Philpot. SIXTH ROW: Simpson, Coats, Pugh, A. Smith, Ross, Blockman, Goler, Coppersmith, Reisman, Jones, D. S. Engelberg. of the Chess, Speech, and Debating Clubs DEBATING CLUB--FRONT ROW: Powers, Waller-President. Cant-Treasurer. Turner. Murphy, McMinn. McCrary. SECOND ROW: Morrow, Wright. Mitchell. Watlington. Mermelstein. Rogers. Thompson. S. Epstein. L. Epstein. Gafford. Young. THIRD ROW: Owen. Scheuner-Parliamentarian. Hale. Robin- son, Humphreys, Caudill, Parker, Zangwill, Seelbinder. FOURTH ROW: Levy-Vice-President, West. Bledsoe, Adelman, Ross, Friedman. FIFTH ROW: Knox. Touliatos, Warren, Reveley, I. Salky, Hefley. Weems. "AND I BELIEVE death is too severe penalty." says Neil Mermelstein to the members of the Debating Club as they discuss the Jimmy Wilson Case in one of their weekly debates. THROUGH OPPORTUNITIES OF- FERED by the Debating Club. mem- bers have a chance to express their ideas on current and controversial issues. A Memphis curfew. capital punishment, and integration - all these have formed interesting, lively debates at their meetings. Discus- sions led by Judge Elizabeth McCain and other distinguished speakers added to the variety of their pro- grams. The Latin and Library Clubs Bring Past Events to Life. THE LIBRARY CLUB was organ- ized three years ago to stimulate an interest in reading and to pro- mote the use of the library. The members of the Library Club meet the fourth Monday of every month to discuss library procedures and ways of improving service to stue dents and faculty. These meetings provide a social holy in which all of the library assistants meet to- gether. Although the library as- sistants compose most of the Li- brary Club. membership is open to anyone who would like to join. The officers for this year are Bar- bara Branch, President, Laura Sternberg, Vice-President, and Pat Wilkins, Secretary-Treasurer. XM m XR I fx 'tYOU'RE SURE GIVING ME my share of work," says Barbara Branch, a library as sistant, to Laura Sternberg. LIBRARY CLUB-FRONT ROW: Gail Creel, Lillian Pittard, Tennant, Jean Walker, Peggy Lazenby, Janene Taylor, Bonnie Pat Wilkins, Barbara Branch, Laura Sternberg, Mary Ellen Gebhardt, Linda Taylor, Jimmy Brown, Gwen Bates. Rackley, Billie McDonald. SECOND ROW: Terry Ross, Amy Junior Red Cross and Y-Teens - BILLY MONSARRAT, Margaret Burford, and Eddie Felsenthal are filling Red Cross boxes for children overseas. This is only one of the valuable services performed by the Junior Red Cross. THE AMERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS IS the junior membership of the Red Cross enrolled in elementary and secondary schools. Membership, which is open to every stu- dent at Central, gives youth an opportunity to serve others lo- cally and nationally, and to develop skills, leadership abili- ty, and citizenship. Centralis dues, which amounted to 529359, were used to buy ar- ticles for children and adults in hospitals and other institu- tions, and for sending gift boxes to young people through- out the world. Junior Red Cross members also provided service to Armed Forces and to veteran hospitals by providing recrea- tional items and holiday decor- ations. JUNIOR RED CROSS-FRONT ROW: Dunkelberger, Tribble, Bannon, Oakley. THIRD ROW: Zangwill, Cotros, Taylor, Chal Sims, Johnson, Goler, Robinson, Felsenthal, Evans, Childress, len, Denman, Baxter, McNeill, Brown, Mann, Myrick, Coker. McBxyde, Gilbert, Glascock. SECOND ROW: Lewis, Cross, Keith, Dillon, Wiggs, Burford, Via, Pennington, Bachelor, FOURTH ROW: Crull, Brodofsky, Cassen, Parrish. erve Our chool and Communit . SEE YOUR Y-TEEN RECRUITER TO- DAY! Martha Hicks and Elizabeth Key are explaining to Maxine Baker the op- portunities provided hy the Y-Teens. ONE OF THE MANY social functions cn- joyed by the members of the Y-Teens was the Wiener roast held at the home of their sponsor. Miss Schroll. THE Y-TEENS is sponsored by the Young W'omen's Christian Associa- tion. a world wide organization de- voted to building a fellowship of women and girls who seek to under- stand each other and themselves. THE Y-TEENS of Central Chose for this ya-ar's program the theme. "Dis- cover with Othersf' ln addition to hi-monthly meetings held at Central they participated in a city-wide pro- gram of sports and service projects. 4' l A 1 AAS-1f.:w if Y-TEENS-FRONT ROW: Blankenship, Larson, Owen, Belisle, Harmon, Rackley, Creel, Smith, Baker, Sinclair, Robinson, Morgan, Dilling. SECOND ROW: Mc- Donald, Evans, Crawford, Roberts, Glas- cock, Hicks, Anthony, Hill, Quinn, Mur- phy, Shute, Wray, Morris, Carter. THIRD ROW: Key, Eddins, Slaton, Bonds, Blair, Blakeney, Cross, Harwell, Fowler, Shanks, Irby, Bailey. FOURTH ROW: Hicks, Fer- guson. Hawke, Ferguson, Lochridge, Self, Tidwell, Brown, Walker, Townshend. FIFTH ROW': Mitchell. Meadow, Bing- ham, McAnally, Tucker. I39 66 97 7 Pep Club and H Club Represent THE PEP CLUB PAPER, PAINT and TIME are needed for making the many posters and signs the Pep Club uses in decorating the school on game day. "H" CLUB-FRONT ROW: Manley, Black, Vollmer, Biles, f Tipton, Meeks, Martin, Bettis, Pleasants, Akin. SECOND ROW Splann, Johnson, Wolfe. Conrad, Nicholas. Parker, Hembree, Lowe, Murray. THIRD ROW: Salomon, Beckham, Moseley, Eben Byrd, Caldwell, Fowlkes, Tatum. FOURTH ROW: Barnett Finley, Lasley, Poole, Hudgins. Central s Sports and pirit. EACH FALL THE BEGINNING of the football season signals the organ- ization of the Pep Club. Making post- ers and decorating the school and the goal-posts before football games are the work of the Pep Club. Since members sit in a special section to cheer the team. they are a great as- set to the cheerleaders at pep meet- ings and football games. Af. WHEN A BOY LETTERS in one of the major sports at Central, he auto- matically becomes a member of the 'II-In Club and proudly wears its symbol. a green MH." These boys represent the high quality of Cen- tralis sportsmanship. ACTIVITIES OF THIS GROIQP are purely social and are climaxed by the annual spring picnic at Shelby For- est. an occasion eagerly anticipated by the boys and their dates. Centrafs MI-Iamsw Start a ohool Radio tation. "I WORKED a DL-14 last nite es he sed he wud qsl directf' Such expres- sions as this are everyday language to the ham operators of Central's Radio Club. Using their newly in- stalled radio station, these boys con- tact "hams', all over the world. One member. Al York. contacted from his home Ushackw a ham in Naples. ltalv, THIS YEAR the club tricd some- thing new called "ham festsf' One Friday night each month the boys operated the school station all night. Membership in the club provided its members with many enjoyable and profitable experiences. RADIO CLUB-FRONT ROW: Al York- Vice-President, Larry Finn, Terrell Jones, Jack Brown, James Patton. SECOND ROW: Alvis Holder. Carl Payne-President, Paul Green, Sonny Flinn, John Moody, Tommy Taylor. THIRD ROW: Ronald Evans, John Owings, Morris Heins, Quentin Cassen, Julien Sprott, Bobby Murphree, Joe Lee. 5935429 1'U2Q -..-If CQ...CQ...CQ.. . Radio Club member, Charles Jayne, whose call letters are KN4UQS, is using the schoo1's radio to call A1 York, K4DSA, at his home station. Eves rlght' Our mllltafy men 45 Central s M zlztary Department our hundred strong Proudly bear our colors as they march along They honor our name at games and actwzttes ' And display thezr technzques zn parades and . twttzes The o ftcers choose sponsors to march at thezr stdes While the sergeants serve as teachers and gutdes H up two three our always ln step The boys are examples o preczszon and pep E i 6 ILITHRY' ' ' L , , I-fig... W .NWN , - 8 ,"'- - .N ... W .- J A, . ,,, L ' - in 4 ' f 1 -4' I' . g D -gr K ' X f , ' x '- X W X-,' ff! 41 5 nf X? 7 :A ,, b ij ,pf " iv ' ' Q I ,, wf- . ., ,M . . H, - mlm AYQVQ H k H 'ff 'fi fit?-5 ewfvcwz TA FQ- 3 4, I v-vis v was 1- fx' 'la Q . r LLM, ,335-gi. ' as 'wwf' A X S BJ?- I43 ki FOR THE FIRST TIME IN fifty years the Memphis R.O.T.C. Groups will now be able to display new colors. Here Sergeant Byrd presents Central's new gray flag to Mr. King, while our Color Guard, Cadets Turner, Taylor, Burt. and Walters, are spectators. Our R.O.T.C. THE RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAIN- ING CORPS provides an opportunity for the high school student to sample the military life awaiting him in the future. Entering high school, he first experiences these components of mili- tary training: marching, military courtesy, and organization. R.O.T.C. also teaches him to respect authority and to accept responsibility. Every Wednesday' and Thursday he makes sure that his uniform is cleaned and pressed, his shoes and brass shined. This is the beginning! The second year he advances to such courses as map reading and military technique. Seeking a commission and even fur- ther military education or possibly a military career, some boys take the third year of R.O.T.C. To them the R.O.T.C. program is invaluable. nit Is CONSTANTLY WORKING for the betterment of the Cen- tral Group, the Staff, Maj. Zurhorst, Col. Curtis, Maj. Heim- licher, Maj. Johnston. Maj. Grayson. and Lt. Col. Griffith, are respected not only by the R.O.T.C. cadets but also by the entire student body. .5 BY THE ACTUAL APPLICATION OF first aid techniques which are taught in R.O.T.C., Tommy Taylor is learning how to apply bandages to an injured arm as Jimmy Long, his victim, watches the proceedings a Great l3l'iSll1l'i5 Ttlli VVl'fl'1Kl.Y drills and 1 vlassvf uf the Central 11.0.T.C. Group. i the unit l1ad many outstanding events during tht- year. For a superior Slmwing at Federal Inspection in March, Central again received the honor Star. ln the 10511 ll.O.T.C. Marksinanship League in May. the Central Rifle Team liniahed in Sewnirl place- and rec'eix'ed a plaque engraved with the naines nf the team nit-nihers. On Nuvelnlier 11. 1053, the fif-ntral unit again partivipated in tht- annual Veterans' Day Parade and gave a r-reditaltle perlurnianee. ln addition ln tht- many parties held hy the military elults ttf ear-h school was the annual Valentine Military Ball given for officers and sptmsurs lrtnn all city high st-limits. Q-Q., 1917? NO, THE 1958 Veterans' Day Parade and nur Drill Team all dressed up as Dough- hoysl The uniform, sponsored hy Memphis Veterans of Wcrrld War 1. was so popular that it was adopted as the official uniform of this unit for the- l't'lI1ll1Htit'I' nf tho year. ource of Pride to Our 011001. MYOLI CO FIRST." says XIII Tunnny ,lulniwn to MI Riehard Matthews as they prepare to find out why they haw lieen e-unnnoncd hy Cadet Colonel Larry Curtii. waiting in the Military Office. 3 5 fe Mi. it wg 'Q S, R, HWHOEVER THOUGHT OF DEMERITSZW' wanders Harvey Carter to himself as ln- wrings out his rag. 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'si Central Finishes With 7-4 Over-all Record 1958 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE We They 7 Chattanooga Central ,Y77 .26 7 Isaac Litton . ,,77, -- 13 24 Humes Ya,,,,77 - 0 34 Treadwell o,,,, - - 7 56 Tech , VY,YY.,,7,. .V77 - 0 13 Messick . ,,,. , ,Y..,Y,777,7V an 0 28 Little Rock Central . ,. - - 0 7 Southside ,Y,,VV7Y.4,V7,V77V -- --14 39 East . . - - 0 9 Catholic .. . 7 0 C.B.H.S. ., ., ,.77777a7 f W .tvv frrrfrrrr 7 - -- - 7 "Bw TEAM SCHEDULE 33 Whitehai'en , . Y .. . .. if H - 0 25 Whitehaven . -- - 6 6 Germantown -- 7 20 Bartlett ., -- 7 25 Forrest City , . - 6 THE WARRIORS WENT to Chattanooga for the opening game of the 1958 season. Although Central fought Chat- tanooga Central a hard game, we couldn't seem to cover much ground until the last half. Then because of Chat- tanooga's strong defense, we managed only one touchdown, a I5-yard pass from Russell Vollmer to Tommy Murray. The following week Central played host to Nashvilleis Isaac Litton. The Warriors tallied first with a 9-yard run hy Cordon Black, and an extra point kicked by Vollmer. But the Isaac Litton players, who didn't seem to mind the rain in the least, took over again for a final lead of five points. CENTRAUS LEAGUE DEBUT was a tragic one, for in our battle with Humes Doug Meeks, our competent captain, suffered a leg injury which prevented his returning to action. Even so, with superior speed and appropriate blocking we defeated the Humes Tigers 24-0 for our first win of the season. JEROME MARTIN, Central's powerful fullback. crashes through the stulihorn South Side defense, while Randall White and Lee Bettis move up to aid in the advance. Loses Onl Two Games in Lea ue Pla FOOTBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Gordon Black, Pat Backham, Jerome Martin, Dennis Tatum, Ralph Tipton, Lee Bettis, Doug Meeks, Jerry Nicholas, Jimmy Biles, Jerry Manley, Tommy Murray, Elliott Hembree, Randall White. SECOND ROW: Bobby Irby, Joe Borup, Robert Moloney, Bob Hudgins, Wilber Rainey, Tommy Summars, Clay Gresham, Bill Lasley, John Dollar, Benny Madden, Floyd Pleasants, David Johnson, Stan Peters. THIRD ROW: Allen Tennison, Kim Johnson, Gary Poole, Fred Potts, Ronnie Ferrari, C. A. Lowe, Daryl Cates, George Kuykendall, Bob Bourland, Joe Dycus, Jimmy Byrd, Frank Murtaugh, Jim Fowlkes. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Barnett, Tommy Lloyd, Fred Von Hofe, Finis Taylor, Greer Richardson, Paul Wallace, Warner Calhoun, Paul Cox, Ceylon Blackwell, Ron Zumstein, Jimmy Hays, Larry Newman, Israel Eliezer, Bill Burns. FIFTH ROW: Lynn Conrad, Des Crain, David Finley, Jimmy Inman, Frank McDougall, Boswell Hale, Tommy Ragsdale, Marion Pirtle, Terry Huntzicker, Ronny Splann, Charlie Parker, Rus- sell Vollmer, Mickey Salomon, Bob Burns. CAPTAIN DOUG MEEKS and co-captain Lee Bettis headed our 1958 football squad. Although Doug was injured early in the season, his sideline encouragement and determined spirit were an i'n- spiration to the whole team. TWO WEEKS LATER the Warriors opened up on Treadwell with a ground and aerial attack which left the Eagles almost defenseless. First, Jerry Manley went over with a 9-yard pass from Vollmer, shortly after- wards Ralph Tipton grabbed a pass from Vollmer for a spectacular touch- down from 67 yards out. Later, Jerome Martin went over twice, and Clay Gresham caught a pass from Elliott Hembree to go over for the final tally. The following week the Red Men scalped Tech, our traditional enemy, with a 56 to 0 score, which was the widest margin of victory in the 39 games between the two teams. Led by Dennis Tatum and Russell Vollmer, the Warriors racked up their ninth straight win over the Yellowjackets. Facing Messick next, the Warriors got off to a slow start, but our pass plays and excellent defense tactics held the Panthers scoreless. Vollmer, who com- pleted 5 out of 9 passes for 121 yards and 2 touchdowns, led our tribe to a satisfactory 13-0 victory. 6 JOHN DOLLAR Fenter DENNIS TATUM Back . ' :Q . . 3 - p -s J a 1 f I A Q. 5' Q .K-.L .-i.-,Q dia V . ,. .k,,,.3vHi JERRY NICHOLAS Tackle TOMMY SUMMARS Guard 1 r . , LOL f O1 O g RALPH TIPTON CLAY GRESHAM JERRY MANLEY Back Fnd Back fa-' '3 1"'K"fm:" ' ef' GM' 'sf i W xdgf..-3Las..mfi THOUGH TRAPPED by a swarm of Tech Yellowjackets, Gordon Black still manages to fight his way forward while Jerome Martin throws an appropriate block. THE TEAM then travelled to Little Rock, accompanied by several husloads of enthusiastic supporters. After a scoreless first quarter. Martin went over just before the half and again early in the third quarter to give us our first two touchdowns. Later in the half Ralph Tipton and Gordon Black each scored a touchdown to share with Martin in the 28 to 0 win. We retupned to the Prep League the following week to take on powerful South Side. Although the Warriors did their best, they were unable to stop the hard- driving offense of the massive Scrappers. The only bright spot in the disappointing loss was a touchdown by Jimmy Biles on a pass from Vollmer. Despite a rain-soaked field and very warm weather the Warriors managed a 39-0 morale-boosting victory over the East High Mustangs. Sharing in the scoring were Martin. Vollmer. Hays, Manley, Byrd, and Tatum. 9 DOUG NIEEKS BENNY NIADDEN BILL LASLEY Center Back Tacklc A VICTORY over Catholic was greatly needed if the Warriors were to remain in the Prep League title race. and tht- whole team responded magnificently. At the end of the first quarter Catholic led T-0, hut Central bounced right hack with a 13-yard touchdown run hy David Finley. Then, early in the fourth quarter came the Vollmer placement kick which clinched the victory and kept us very much in the title running. THE STAGE was now set for the deciding game with Christian Brothers on Thanksgiving Day. The Warriors needed this win to hccomc co-champions. while C.B.H.S. needed only a tic for the Prep League title. Although we played determinedly, we were unable to get our offense rolling in time for a victory, and the Warritars fell hefore the Brothers, T-0. This gave us a 0-2 league record. good for fourth place, and a 7-4 record, which was nothing short of spectacular. WIEH GRIM DETERMINATION ,Iirnmy Hays plows through the Humcs defense for extra yar age. TOMMY MURRAY End ELLIOTT HENIBREE Back RAN D ALL WHITE En JEROME MARTIN Back Central Cagers Finish Third With 17- Mark 1958-1959 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE We They 44 Lexington -.62 57 Humboldt 65 86 Kingsbury . 54 87 Catholic 50 50 White Station 52 51 C.B.ll.S. 50 52 Tech 51 28 Treadwell 29 Iii South Side -39 6-1 Messick 61 98 Huines -- -43 65 Frayscr - 43 64 East , -----76 80 Kingsbury 'f'-f" 63 52 Catholic . 41 80 White Station . . ,i,,,, 47 -15 C.B.H.S. . ,,,. 55 T3 Tech , 1,44 56 Treadwell ,,i,,ii 55 69 South Side , , ,,,,, . 64 84 Messick . ,,,,,,, 70 T6 Humes ,Y77 ...60 T0 Fray-Ser ,,,,,,, 60 FIGHTING FOR AN all-important rebound during the Tread 49 Easi H i V iiii 56 well game are Ralph Tipton and Bill Lasley. 1958-59 BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Alan Kosten, Jeff Daniel, Russell Vollmer, Carl Fisher, Bobby Moseley. SECOND ROVV: Ralph Tipton, Ruffner Murray, Max Lancaster, Bill Lasley, Gary Poole, Kenny Lewis. CLOSE GAMES, EXCITING GAMES, and dis- appointing games highlighted the 1959 basketball season for the Warriors. Although Central seemed well on their way to a second prep crown after " very impressive victories over Kingsbury and Catholic, the Spartans from White Station caught the Warriors on an off-night and up-ended them 52-51. After winning close games from C.B.H.S. and Tech, the Warriors met Treadwell in what proved to be one of the most unusual games in recent prep league history. At the end of the first half the score stood Central 22 and Tread- well 24. After a scoreless third quarter the Eagles held their lead defeating the Warriors 29 to 28. Next for the Warriors came the second annual Knights of Columbus Christmas Tourna- ment. In the first round of play the Warriors defeated C.B.H.S. 53 to 42. In the second game Central crushed Bolton 76 to 57. The Central five then added the Knights of Columbus Tourna- ment to their victory-crowned coup stick, defeat- ing Bartlett 53 to 44. The most satisfying win for the Warriors was their 56 to 55 victory over Treadwell, stopping the latter's 21-game winning streak. The Warriors continued to look impres- sive and promised to make a good showing at the district tournament. C XPTXIN out Jump centcr t out on the Q 1 n wtnt un If r to l56 Q Nly ix f w 1 'M . :xx X V -rg! - un 1 a K Q-9 RUFFNER MURRAY RALPH TIPTON GARX POOLE Forward Forward Forward RALPH TIPTON the South Slde tart the Warner rr hr foot Central In 2 at one pomt trounce the Scrap L L ARL FISHER Forward 'C wx 5 E RUSSELL voLLw1ER JEFF DANIEL guard Guard I o , , 1? ' I S l-uiig18 g ' ' 'f pcs 87 4 39. 1 Q, o r xxx gm. M 'R mv, ,I N' .1 I ii f ' - 2 E w 3 1. .Q ard KKK U1 O CJ E3 C' iii: Q-3 rf L-' rf: 1-I 71 E 214 'ix-I 5 r- 5.111 2 ... u 2 U-G af X 'Tir-1 3.1- SJ rn .af I ,- rl' I N11 dey lub fly wlth .1 Jump U Ralph Tlplnn an fqrx Pooh nmneuxcr fur rp bound po mon The ee Lncc of nod lm krtbdll tmmwork 1 dl pldsefl lun bv the Wir rror .J BILL LASLEH ALAN KOSTEN Center Guard X Q if O , L ,Q x n I 5 I , J 'I L :L 1' K Q f ' Q i lQIfN'l'RAL GUARD Bpbby as - ' ' d ,Q K ov X 'i 1 25 S Q , 1 Ns.. S 'B 6 , 1 J 2 x I 1 lxql Nb-3 4.5 wx 9? X 7x 'P HI "' g,7"'F MQ 'af Y'-gg, G3 - f ,gk fi Central Cindermen Capture City, Re ional Titles 1958 TRACK SCHEDULE JIMMY BILES, CAPTAIN of the 1959 track team, is a vet- eran 440-yard dash and mile relay performer. They 96 5,6 Bartlett, Frayser . 61 2f3, 13 112 109 White Station. Messick U ,t,, 24-, 7 80 1 f2 Whitehaven 1 W4-7 1K2 103 l 2 Treadwell , ,, , 23 1 "2 CITY TRACK MEET lFirst Plaeet DO C.B.H.S.. South Side , , ,, 35. 16 REGIONAL TRACK MEET fFirst Place! 323 4 Whiteliayen, Bartlett ,, , 30 314, 24 STATE TRACK MEET lFourth Plaeel 10 Oak Ridge ,t,, ,, 1 ,,tt, , .39 1K2 TRACK TEAM-f-FRONT ROW: Carl Awsumb, John Hopkins, Bedford Joyner, Nivkey Trotter, Charles Crump, Clyde Mosier. SEC- OND ROW: Bill Davidson, Glenn Hays, Jimmy Biles, Bob Hare. liilly Orrick, ,Iimmy Adams, Bill Kee-sling. THIRD ROW: .Ioe Dycus, Hal Taylor, Robert Barbee, Jackie Hurst, Edward Phillipp. lh-nnis Tatum, Randall White, Bobby Howell. FOURTH ROW: Win Wolfe, Lee Bettis, Tommy White, Clay Cresham, Thom Eeklt-s. Holi Knott, Finley Knox. FIFTH ROW: Wesley Cox, Doug Meeks, Kim Johnson, Wiley fNIcCalla, Heiskel Weatherford, Cary Poole, Ralph Tipton. Jim Eilert. C ,t V- N ' A M Emi HURDLERS BOB KNOTT and Wiley McCalla promise to provider forniiilrililv oppocition to Wfarrior opponents in the '59 tmrk Ne-zixoii. THROWINC THE DISCLS for tlic Warriors is Win Wolfe. Altliougli only .1 frcslnnun. Win played an major part in cap- turing: tlic vity und regional crowns. THE CilfXl'll'Xl. lllflll trzif-k Filllilfl. rlelvncling regional vliainps. oponecl tlivir l'J3f3 trnvli watson nitli 21 triangular invvt against llnrtlvlt nnul lfitiywi ol tln- County l,t'8,Q1I1'. 'lille' Viiurrior vinclvr- inc-n sliowwl ggivait flm-pill znnl linlnnf-1-. winning U65 Cu lo Ol 12 3 anml l2l 12 rvfpwtixvly. 'liliv iff-nlrzil traivlislm-rF tlivn 1'onlinu1'cl llll'lI' winning: ways. rlvfeaiting Wiliitc Station unll Nh-ssivk HW to 2-1 and T. 'lilu' Warriors were- lf-cl ln Win Vivolfe wlio won lllf' 220-ynrnl ilu-li, lln- Nliot init. :intl tln' rliwui. ln tlie-ir nvxt nnfvt tllm- Wiill'I'l4Il'F l'IlI'4IllIlll'l'l'1l lwiviiiiinl vounty r'lialnpion. Wlllllt'llilX'l'll. annl won illll L1 to lil 2. lllllqlllllllllgl for tln- Winrriors was Erlwarcl Pliillipy. wlin won lmotli tlu' lmroacl jump uncl tln' -lill- yarfl flaisli and run on tln- winning lfltl and mile' relay tennis. 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READY AND WAITING is Houston Akin, I959 Warrior 1958 BASEBALL SCHEDULE ElalIgEz:1ig1.ShI3:Zh0?ear Houston was an All-Memphis selection We Team They II I6 Messick ,L I II Treadwell , ,, , 3 II T C.B.H.S. , 3 II Southside 3 23 Tech 0 7 East 0 I6 I3 White Station I , , 0 sl Hunies ,,s, 7, , 2 I3 Kingsbury 7, , , 0 22 Catholic 7 , or I SHAIIGHNESSY PLAYOFF ll 5 Huines 0 I 6 I3 C.B.lI.S. 7, , I 3 -1 t REGIONAL PLAYOFF I0 Huntingdon ,,,,, , 0 2 Ripley W I ,,,ss W 0 STATE PLAYOFF L A A I0 Chattanooga O dingy' I 6 I Elizabethton H , , - I Central Baseballers Win Cit INCREASE IN THF: NUMBER of teams. the inevitable rain- outs. and the length of tournament play caused a switch this season from the usual douhle round-rohin of previous years. Under the old system every team played every other team twiee. and the season wound up with a Shaughnessy playoff. This season every teznn played every other team only once. Then the top six teams hegan a fifteen-game playoff. at the end of which tht- regular Shaughnessy playoff among the remaining top four teams was run off to determine our representative to the regional tournament. THE 1958 CENTRAL hasehall team featured thirteen returning lettermen from the 1957 season. Capt. Bert Canfield. Marcus Laughlin. Bohhy Kilpatrick. Randall Phillips. Billy Wrmrmfl- mansee. Bohhy N11-Cullough. and Richard Howell formed the nueleus of a promising team rated as having the hest chance of dethroning defending champion C.B.H.S. The VVarrior hasehallers finished the initial round-rohin phase of their schedule undefeated. Several games were worth mention. ln the first. Central shut out the East Mustangs 7 to 0 hehind the two-hit pitching of Richard Howell. Next. the Wfarriors slaughtered Tech 23 to 0. freshman Clifton Fhen pitching a two-hit shutout. Perhaps the most pleasing victory was the Wzirritmrs' 11 to 3 trouncing of defending champion C.B.11.S. The Wzlrritirs took undisputed first place in city 1-ompetition on Rim-hard l1owell's three-hit shutout of Humes. The Vvarrior nine displaved a tremendous hitting attack. superb pitching of Richard Howell. Alan Kosten. and Clifton lfhen. and a sterling defense. IN THE SECOND PHASE of the season the Warrirmrs heat White Station 13 to fl and Messick 16 to 1. hut lost their first game to C.B.H.S. T to 8. NEXT. FOR THE W:XRR10RS. was the Shaughnessy playoff to determine our representative to the regional tournament. ln the opening round Central disposed of Humes in straight games. shutting them out 14 to 0 and 5 to 0. The Warrior hasehallers then Captured the crown defeating C.B.H.S. in the first game l to 3 and the third game 13 to -1. after losing the second game 6 to 8. Q.- 111-:M P ,gs sv- Ill SLIIIIXKL 11UN11f 111111 :111 1111p11r1u111 11111 1- 1111r41-113-11111111 111111111 1'11'111111'--1-. 1111- 411-111111 11111111-11 1-1111 111 11111 final r1111m1 1 111'-fy p1.1y11ff. 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Main - I Adams ummer - - b , ' A 1 - f , : f 'LI Em-- J ' ' .II I S r I2I Union Avenue Home Federal Building 2nd an Jefferson I028 . o wood ' X f 4 r 0 '-195' Q1 004406 S9 1 A f Q59 if X YW' ' 'k , 5 gqgx 1 , Ai 'N ' ,I 9 Xxx "3 ek 4 er v 0 M 1 r if + A ,Q r A K 4 ' ' - I 1 NX lT'S A DREAM FOR A DATE THAT RATES KRISPY KREME is 'I'I1e m0SI delicious cloughnuf Macon Lowe i5 gure fo rale Tops on Nancy in +he land. Please don'I be IiIce Gerry Peferson Vaiden's cIa+e Iisf when he arrives in a suif from and iusl dream. By going 'Io 2523 Lamar and OAK HALL, 55 N. Main. For +hose Ivy League Ialcing some home, your dream will come 'I'rue. blazers OAK HALL'S selecfion ranlcs superior. If BEST BRAND IN THE LAND SILVER FUTURE More Memphis and Shelby Counfy families use Rochelle Rosen is admiring The silver fha? she FOREST HILL MILK 'Ihan any oiher brand. Laura hopes someday will be her own. This beau+ifuI silver, S+ernberg and Bob KnoH say, "We like il' fool" as well as china and crys+aI, can be purchased al' BRODNAX, 39 So. Main. I80 PICK OF THE CROP Lorna, Beverly, and Penny searching for new school cloihes, have found iusf wha? +hey wan+ ai ASHLEY'S DRESS SHOP, 3I50 Barron Avenue. They have seIecI'ed 'Ihe smaHes+ sfyles, and know Ihey will always be well dressed. GETTING READY Jimmy Biles, Jerry Manley and Jerome Marlin know +ha'f geffing ready for a game also means geHing qualify in equipment The bes+ can be bough+ a+ LAWSON-CAVETTE S P O R T I N G GOODS CO., 9 N. Third. lm THE WAY OF ECONOMY A smar+ shopper looks for high food values aI low prices. Jane Teas shows Mike Masson I'haI RAMSEY'S GROCERY STORE, 589 Mississippi Blvd., is II16 economical and friendly place +o shop. Z 3' YF FANCY FINERY Carol and Charlene model dresses made of Ihe new spring and summer Ba'I'es Prini from WILLIAM R. MOORE. These maferials are washable, resisl' wrinkles, and need liHIe or no ironing. They can be ob+ained in many designs, sfripes and absiraci paHerns. ISI 'av LACLEDE'S WOMEN'S APPAREL LAPETITE HAT SHOP I494 Union Avenue ALMA MCGOI-DRICK BR8 2I6I 70 Wesf Courf JA5 0968 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE LILLARD PHARMACY ISAAC LOSKOVE INSURANCE CO. I220 Lamar Avenue 2300 Cen+raI BR5 2I08 BR2 I788 MEMPHIS TENNESSEE MEMPHIS TENNESSEE THE GRIND C L MCCOMAS MEMORIAL STUDIO OF COLUMBUS C L U General Agenf MARBLE WORKS PIIoI' Llfe Insurance Co 889 U JA6 5466 JA7 2677 STERICK BUILDING MEMPHIS TENNESSEE MILLER HAWKINS MINOR FRANCES INC SECRETARIAL SCHOOL Womens A Me, PP p P, I592 UNION AVENUE BR6 me BRS 2638 MEMPHIS TENNESSEE I ' ' . nion - - - ' , II68 o ar Avenue I82 MODEL LAUNDRY CLEANER THE NURRE GLASS CO For Thai' Personal Look If IIS Glass We Have II' L CI 26I5 S GL2 Il35 BR52I4I 240 N FRONT JA6428I PARKVIEW PHARMACY PHELANS PAINTS INC I9I4 P PI For The Good of The Surface BR8 oaob l49I UNION AVE MEMPHIS TENNESSEE BRS 5678 CONGRATULATIONS RADER WILDER AND CO J F SHELTON Inves+men'r Secunhes AIr COHCIITIODIHQ and Hea'I'Ing Co 200 POPLAR AVE MEMPHIS TENNESSEE J 665I3 SKY VUE DRIVE IN THEATER SOUTHERN BUILDERS INC za P IA 3 P pI A GL8 0984 FA4 seal MEMPHIS TENNESSEE MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ll ll II I Il I I023 in en Ave. ummer Ave. - I I . O II II y 'X I x ' , ADEQ E ,firm I if In I I I 9 0 0 Union Planfers Bank BuIIcIing . I a ' - - ' 0 55 ar ve. 355 o ar ve. SOUTH MEMPHIS STOCKYARDS LEHMAN-ROBERTS CO. 465 W- T599 Ave. Highway Con+racI'ors WH8-2626 wi-ls-3306 love WiIson RECEIVING DOCK. WH8-79I7 P.O. BOX 2552 DeSOTO STATION ST. LOUIS INDEPENDENT LIBERTY CASH GROCERS, INC PACKING co R S V BR2 I705 M MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ST LOUIS I0 MISSOURI GENIUS AT WORK 2,4 M AND MODEL woRKs JA6 :zo-1 7 W MEMPHIS TENNESSEE f'NH8 77339 A MEMPHIS TENNESSEE HALLE ON MAIN TOWNSEND ROBERTSON Womens Apparel LUMBER CO I03 SO MAIN B lg JA6-4 I 35 JA6 849l MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ' l47I ozelle 824 o. andevenier Ave. ' Mayrose Fine eafs ' SOUTHERN LEATHER MEMPHIS PATTERN onroe Ave. - Union Planiers Na'IionaI an Bldg. ScrumpI'ious is I'I'Ie word for TRI-STATE PRESS, INC. COLETTA'S PIZZA Fine Prinfingi-Speedy Service l063 So. Parkway E. Reasonable Price 4940 Summer Ave. 277 Jefferson JA5-6I7I YORK ARMS AND CO. S. C. TOOF AND CO. I62 So. Main I95 Madison JA6- I 2 I 7 JA6-227I MEMPHIS TENNESSEE MEMPHIS TENNESSEE I-IECTIC REGISTRATION WRIGHTS MENS WEAR SWIFT AND COMPANY I64l Umon Ave Ice Cream PIan'I' BR8 3683 2022 Madlson Ave BR52I36 UNITED PAINT CO BALDWIN PIANOS AND ORGANS Sold EscIusIveIy In M6mPhlS af 462 N Wafkms BR5 230I 245 E McLemore WH8 8533 3546 park Aye FA4 6933 64 S SECOND AT UNION JA6 587I I I MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE MEMPHIS 2, TENNESSEE - NOTHING DOES IT LIKE 7-UP Cecelia Trouf, Peggy Lazenby, and LaVerne McNieII are buying fheir favorife drink, SEVEN- UP. When planning a pariy, Ihey always have plenfy of SEVEN-UP on hand. Ifs cool clean 'IasI'e is welcome Io fheir guesfs. Remember: YOU LIKE IT: IT LIKES YOU. HECHT'S WOMEN'S APPAREL ROSE PRINTED PRODUCTS 392I Park Ave. GL2-6469 Crea+ive PrinI'ing 3483 Poplar Ave. FA3-I86I 768 Jackson JA7-3829 4I4 N. Cleveland BR6-869I MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE HCLCOMB DRUG STORE HERZOG'S FURNITURE I703 Jackson Ave. Q CO' TSPIISI-ESSEE 23ni,EQffg,2 MILLINGTON. TENNESSEE WRAY WILLIAMS BLUEPRINT CO. Main Office Poplar Branch 23 So. Second S+. 3373 Poplar JA5-6353 FA3-2688 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE MEMPHIS PACKING CC. RICHARD STORCH SHOE SHOP "Mus'I Be Good If H"s lgEN?T E d" . Gln ree iaavvizlilfisiigsloe BLVD. wi-18-3431 JA60980 ALWAYS A HELPING HAND While Connie Ioolxs over her mo'fher's shoulder, Bonnie reads fhe papers which her mofher will use in +he nex+ P.T.A. meeling. In regard +o all of Ihe school's ac'I'ivi'I'ies, projecls, and drives, Mrs. Speighl' and +he Parenf-Teacher's Associalion are always willing +o help. I I , DOUBLE PLEASURE "KING SIZE COKE has more for you wiih value, liF+ and good +as+e foo." Alice, Lincla, and Thelma enioy +l1e double pleasure of Icing size Coca-Cola, +l'1e pause +l1a'r refreshes. DELTA CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. DICKENS AND CHALLEN I450 N. Wa+kins Insurance Adius1'ers BR5-8I36 ZI3 So. Cooper BR6-7351 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE DESHAZO COLLEGE OF MUSIC JOHN EATON TV SERVICE I264 Linden Ave. Repairs on All Makes BR5-5594 24 Hour Service BR6-I253 MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE I79 SO. COOPER 7 N. THIRD GILMORE MOTORS, INC. GOULD'S BEAUTY SALON 939 Union Ave. Kimbrough Towers BR2-756l BR5-3 I05 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE GORDON'S FOODS 6RISANTI'S ON MAIN Magic-Pac Po+a+o Chips II'aIian Cuisine 475 N. MAIN ACROSS FROM CENTRAL STATION JA5-8393 552 SO. MAIN JA7-6268 COOL, MAN. COOL Diane and Sammy have found +haI' MAURICE SCHIENBERGFS FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE CO., I I60 So. Bellevue, has fhe Ia+es+ s+yIes and Iowes'I' prices in Iown. Why noi' +aIce Iheir advice and make 'Ihis your appliance headquarfers foo. "Serving the Finest in Foods" I03 So Courl' al Mann MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE "CALL NICK" Phones JA7 9786 Phones JA6 9389 CITY COFFEE SHOP Frre Aulomobrle and General Insurance Liberal Real Eslafe Loans Real Estate Sales E H CRUMP AND CO The South s Largesl' Insurance Agency SCHILLING MOTORS INC Mercury Edsel Engllsh Fords THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO Lrncoln Conhnenlal I424BRI'gnI,Im 5Ave 939 Umon BR2 756l MEMPHIS TENNESSEE Foam rubber Post repednc attress and match ng lou dat on both for S179 50 Good posture IS a PLUS you can Posturepedlc MATTRESS I90 Wo ld s I nest att ess' AI gns tones up and eloxes ec y bock os o thoped c surgeo s Postu ped c des gn cont scg cl cys keeps you sp ne on e Helps p o e your postu e so you feel o d look better S ooth button f ee top too S7950 FULL OR TWIN SIZE uscles lust reco end Matchnng Foundat on S79 50 Less than Zf a night I I O . u , . . . ' I . , I" o, u m 15? ss i .,,- oa- , 'X n I up . . . . . V f ' no MORNING EACKACME ge S fromaloo-sollmattress . . . r r m r . I , r w r m --' r i n mm . , Q re i I ' - w p, . . . r r o Im . rm- r v r , n -l- . m . r I . ' i . KAUFMAN'S SHOE STORE DEWEY MOTOR CO. "TI1ere's One Near You" II60 Umon Town-4I6 Cleveland Park Cenfer 39I9 Park BR2 243I WI1II'e Sfahon 4705 Poplar Lamar Airways 2250 MEMPHIS' TENNESSEE BURN'S RADIO AND APPLIANCE CO. WALMSLEY BEARING CO. 966 E McLemore III8 UnIon WH8 032I BR5 238I MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE THE DAY THE YEARBOOKS ARRIVED VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I UTILITIES EQUIPMENT CO INC OF USA INC S BRS 6575 Baffacks 76 MEMPHIS TENNESSEE JOHN L GILBERT B w WALKER INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE BAND BOOSTERS CLUB S WHS 6OI8 H1 MEMPHIS TENNESSEE I I eg . M s. - ' 'I ' ' 'I ' 82I o. Barksdale Proud Sponsors of Cenlral R.O.T.C. "ExpediIIonaire ' ' ' CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 59I o. Parkway E. , "Le+'s Malce e Warrior Band I +I1e Besl' in +I'Ie Land" GLENN ALLEN CO INC II48 Umon BR5 I275 For Ihe Bes+ In Flowers Order From an ALLIED FLORIST MEMBER ANNS DRESS SHOP 2440 Chelsea FA4 3865 ARKANSAS FUEL CO I I I5 Sou'I'hern BR5 I I74 AII Branches of Beaufy Service ATKINS BEAUTY SHOP 966 So Cooper BR8 I526 No Angles 'ro Work No Axes 'Io Grand No Sirlngs Io PuII BOB AUSTIN BAINE ESSO STATION I5 E H Crump Blvd WH6 920I BAKER BROS GROCERY 883 So Barksdale BR5 I243 BARKERS SUPER SERVICE 2I69 Lamar GL8 2756 247 So Cooper BR8 I858 Cafermg Io Ihe Teenagers 'the Fufure of Memphis and 'Ihe Nahon PEGGY BRIST REALTOR 999 Monroe BR5 2225 BR5 30I2 BURNETTE CARTER CO LIVESTOCK 465 W Tngg Ave PO Box I0052 WH8 7726 CHICKASAW COTTON CO III So ronf JA6 0367 COLEMANS REXALL DRUG STORE 22I6 Florida S'IreeI' WH2 588I CROSSTOWN SHOE SHOP l320 Madison Ave BR5 3535 DAVIS REXALL DRUG STORE I550 Nefherwood a'I So WlIIeH' BR5 8I6I HAPPY DAY LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 3090 Poplar EA1 9338 1649 Umon BR8 0246 842 So H.ghland 61.26046 I92 Wlthout Our DENTONS BEAUTY SALON 57 N SomervlIIe BR6 4I25 EASY METHOD DRIVING SCHOOL 385I Kearney Ave FA3 7I I7 EDS CAMERA SHOP I279 Maduson Ave BR2 245I 6I6 So Highland FA3 2029 3466A Plazza Ave GL2 524I FAWN LAUNDRY CLEANERS 2237 So Bellevue WH8 4244 2785 Wnnches+er Rd EX7 7332 FRED P GATTAS AND CO INC 574 So Mann JA5 866I GENIES FLOWER SHOP I5II Umon Ave BR8 I073 BR6 97I2 JULIUS GOODMAN AND SON II3 Madison Ave JA6 8528 HOWARD GRAHAM CO INC I359 Madison Ave BR58I24 HERRONS HAIRDRESSING SALON Bob Herron 466 N Wa+Iuns BR5 I249 JONES GULF STATION lI29 Madison Ave BR6 I439 KS DRIVE IN RESTAURANT N I I66 E H Crump BIvd E WH8 3I27 LEONARDS PIT BARBEQUE II40 So Bellevue WH2-40I0 LIGHTFOOT COMMISSION CO 465 W Trngg Ave WH8 7576 LINKS STUDIO 94 So Mann JA5 I272 W J MASSEY SERVICE STATION Gas OII Tnres Road Sewlce Bafferles I7I2 Jackson Ave BR5 7568 MID SOUTH FIXTURE CO 489 So Mann JA5 87I8 MAYER MYERS PAPER CO I769 So Lafham SI' WH8 563I Patrons Ald MEMPHIS SERUM CO Vefermarxan Supplues I40 N 3rd JA6 4688 MCCANDLESS PACKING CO INC 334 Rhode Island SI WH2 I503 McCULLOUGHS ESSO STATION 585 N McLean BR8 I88I OAKLEY FORD ON LAMAR 2255 Lamar Ave GL2 629I PAPPY AND JIMMIES LOBSTER SHACK 2I00 Madison Ave BR6 88I3 BR6 9503 PERSHING AVE GROCERY 2642 Pershmg GL2 9264 PICKLE PALMER IRON WORKS 2863 Summer Ave FA4 895I POST PRINTING CO INC I883 Lamar Ave BR2 I580 RADIO CENTER 2I00 Umon Ave SEEMAN FOOD SPECIALTY DIVISION Memphis Truckmg Co Memphls Tennessee FRANK R SPLANN The Used Kar Man I370 Umon Ave BR5 5233 STANTON CLEANERS 2376 Jackson Ave FA4 7257 STEEPLETON GENERAL TIRE 246 Monroe JA5 634I TAFTS AUTO REPAIR 23I0 CenI'raI Ave BR6 4807 TERRELL DRUG STORE I570 Vollunhne Ave BR6 45I3 TIGRETT STUDIO 2086 Umon Ave BR6 6405 DAN B TURLEY REALTY CO I955 Poplar Ave BR6 738I I 9 O BOWIE DRUG STORE ' BR2-2773 0. - . . 6 . 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N0 Central WHPTIOT ACME PAPER CO INC I240 Orgnll Ave WH 2 I522 BLUMENFELD ICE 8: COAL CO I44I Lamar BR 8 8l7I BROADWAY SAFE DRIVING SCHOOL 2065 Peabody BR B 29I3 Learn +o Drlve Wllh U BRUCE PRINTING CO 342 Madison JA 6 I506 BULLARD ELECTRIC CO 204 So Cox BR 65093 CITY WIDE TV SERVICE 3604 Chelsea GL 8 I252 Call Us When Plannlng Pncmcs and Parhes MRS DRAKES SANDWICHES WH 66l8I EVERGREEN CLEANERS 8: LAUNDRY 2406 Summer FA 4 8844 FLETCHERS DRUG STORE 543 Soufh Highland GL 2 2I44 GRADY W JONES CO I082 Umon BR 66353 KINNETT STURGIS 81 CO 70I CoHon Exc Bldg JA 7 262I KIRKLANDS RING ROLLERS Mrs Donovan 338I Summer FA 3 9925 MALCO THEATER I97 So Mann JA 6 3052 McDONALD 81 HENDREN BUILDERS 632 Dermon Bulldmg JA 6 I474 McKEE MOOG SPRING COMPANY Aufomobnle Accessorles 699 Monroe Exld JA 5 8352 S AND S CONSTRUCTION CO INC I027 So McLean Memphus Tennessee Could Be Made SMITH CORONA TYPEWRITERS 223 Coud' JA 7 85l I SNYDER JEWELERS I I I Madison JA 5 575I E Z STORAGE AND VAN CO I I I Jaclcson Local and Long Dlslance Movmg WAYNES CANDY CO I64 Easi Carolina JA 7 4370 WILES DRUG STORE I635 Umon Ave BR 53I65 WILMOTH S RESTAURANT 2265 Park GL 2 7936 WILSON GALBREATH CO 524 So Cooper BR 645I5 A W WORLEY AND Insurance-Real Esfaie I627 Lamar BR 2053I WOLFFS ESSO SERVICE 2346 Summer UNION CHEVROLET I020 Umon BR 87400 UNDERWOOD CORPORATION Typewrllers Sales and Renfals VOLLENTINE PHARMACY I057 N Walluns BR 6569I QUALITY STAMPS CO I323 Umon BR 5 2I66 HOLLEYS FLOWERS 327I Summer FA 7 5658 CHANDLER PHARMACY 2356 Jaclcson GL 8 70I6 WOODARDS INVESTMENTS AND LOANS 2322 Lamar FA 3 858I L J RQBINSQN C L U ARTHUR SEELBINDER C i580 Umon I5I7 Unlon BR 29691 BR 58I68 ABC TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO I590 Texas WH 2 I528 AIRWAYS CAMERA CORNER I458 Airways Blvd School Phofography and Cuslom Framing of Diplomas and Composlfes BERNATSKY BROTHERS 500 So Mam JA 5 7059 CASUALAIRE I660 Umon Speclallzlng In Sizes 5 79 CUSHMAN ROLLER MOTIVE SALES CORP 23I9 Lamar Sales and Servlce Lawn Equupmeni' Molor Scoolers HOLLYWOOD FURNITURE 8: HARDWARE CO 246I Chelsea Ave GL 2 I978 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE AND LOAN CORP 54 Norfh Thard-JA 5 7838 JASPERS TRANSFER AND STORAGE 44 So Waldren Blvd BR 2 2576 M 81 M TRANSFER AND STORAGE Local and Long Dnsfance Movmg If You re Going 'Io Move Call Us MU 3 09II MEMPHIS OFFICE SUPPLY CO 260 Madison Ave Offnce Supplies Office Furnllure NICKY BROS INC 2700 Summer Ave FA 4 883I Memphns Tennessee EVERGREEN CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY Qualify Service Experf Cleaning Reasonable Rales POPLAR FEED CO I89 Jackson Ave JA 64867 Dune Tomghf SAMS ITALIAN VILLA 73 PopIar+IA 3 I242 THORNTONS FLAVO RICH BAKERY Memphls Fmesi' Donufs 3804 Parlc 2239 Lamar WEONA NO I7 I724 Jaclcson BR 52I69 WHITE WAY PHARMACY 392 N Cleveland BR 5 8II6 We Wanf Your Buslness I93 ll - e n sl! I T T .T - ' . . co. ' - ' co. ' GL 8-2433 .. - - I -- - ' ' co. - . . . . . . .IN. - rau Ji BYRD-STANAGE CO. ReaI+ors-Insurors 3534 WALKER FA7-73 56 NEW FASHION VISTAS When you are ou+ 'ro see and Io be seen, Iooll your besi in 'Ihe Iafesi fashions from SUE-LYNN'S. Eleanor S+rauss and Fredda Pailef are only Iwo of fhe many Cen+raIi'Ies who do Iheir wardrobe buy- ing for all occasions aI' 3I5 So. Somerville. CONTEMPORARY INTERIOR FU ' I7I I UNION AVE. MEMPHIS, TENN. lRoadway 6-366I FINE FOOD-QUICK SERVICE ExceIIen'I food and a cheery aimosphere make BRITLING'S, 75 Union and 20 Poplar Highland Plaza, The perfec+ cafeferia. Sandra Caplinger. Jimmy Byrd, Sandra Tribble, and David Finley always Irnow where fo ea'I'. OHMAN HOUSE AND RANCH RESTAURANTS I358 Madison I703 Union Ave. II39 SO- Third I358 Madison Ave. 23I5 Lamar Ave. I2I2 Gefwell Road THOMAS E. SAMUELS SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA JA7-3322 I7+h FLOOR or srsmcic BUILDING X Q 5 I S w if w!'lFN" DRE.-XNIS WILL COME TRUE! l'flDl'CA'l'lUN FOR 'lilllf l"li'l'l'HE xllll Mlauiix. Fin- fllhlllvll. llllil 'l'ru4ly Wlillv-i'. quliiiiring tllvir tlflxillll llr, qmrl Mix Wolfe- wirli .Kiln-lv iwlwnin- ill:-rilw l'.t'I'Q1llSOIl In limixi- of tlin- future: will l1.iw nu wurrim-N XVlll'Il it vmii:-x In flI1.lIll'lllQ. Sfjl 'l'HWIj5'l'IQRN. um- .,f 1l1.- fin.-Qi ...mlulm ,-0111-gpx llivy. lilu' iiiamy nllie-rx, gli In l3U'Yl.lf INYliS'l'NlIiN'I' CU.. -12 Sn. I,m'a1lm-il at 2000 Sn. l'.1rkw.1y, SUI 'l'llWl'i5'l'l'fRN offi-rs tln Svvuriil Str:-vt. Nliml-Snutli ilu- ln-Qt in 4-fliiruitiuii. 8 N gvpwiiyi sl hu H xj ,Ky X 'FQ V 1 I www-mhwtfwinwui THXI' SPECLXI. 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