Amherst Steele High School - Amherstonian Yearbook (Amherst, OH)

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' vs- ., f Q . A 2 in .. - Q :.- T. . 3 I 4 x F V A f ' Q.. 1 "" 'wa 1 1 ' A -, V, ' ,S . Q: -4 , .-4: , 4 . ,lg ' Q f :H .- ' A , ,ef .. 14- , . I A E., W I , x 'Wx X fi i . 85. if ax" r1ff'f'2"d Q ' -' + . -1 .Vi .. . Va. : ' , "-'f' X . F' 'W '36 L , , Q, ' ca af Me 7944-1945 in Me 14 pulelic Sdwah L 'II plrdgv allz'gia1zz'f' In the flag of lhe lfnitrd Staffs of .lfzlfrim and fo Ihr Rl'I1Il11Iiff0l'4'LUl1if,l it Sflllldi, om, Nation imlifvisilflfg with lillvriy and justin' for ali." Omer Bailey On January I2, l945, Omer Bailey, member of the U. S. Navy, was killed in action in the Southwest Pacific. Prior to his entrance into the service in June, I944, "lVlutz" was a member of the class of '45. To Omer, our friend and classmate, and to all the other Amherst men and Women, who are giving their all in our fight for democracy, the Record Staff proudly dedicates this Yearbook of l945. We Pause in Tribute Phyllis Beesing Clvlaura Towne fnlw ' Mattie Rae Driver QDeceasecl December 21, 19443 Teacher of Commercial Subjects Amherst High School, I9l9-I93I and September-December, 1944 "Sunset ancl evening star And one clear call for mel And may there be no moaning of the bar, When l put out to sea." -Tennyson Fred Berger fDeceased January 5, 19453 Custodian Amherst Public School, 1924-1944 'Q A Record of friends, teach- ers, studies, clubs, plays, sports, publications-a pictorial resume of all the people and the activities that have contributed to your many happy times during the past year--this is what we have tried to recall for you in our diary of the school year, September, I944, to june, l945. Remember? SEPT. 61-"And then the whining school boy . . . . creeping like a snail Unwillingly to school." What fun to meet the old gang after a summer of war work, farming, domestic toil, or loafing! We found three new teachers in our midst, among them Mr. Pincombe, who had returned after an absence of two years. lVliss Steele welcomed a large group of freshmen into the study hall, and we all settled ourselves in different seats and prepared to begin our labors. SEPT. 9iAlready the hall guards have found out that even in spite of Mrs. Eppley the junior high folks haven't learned that they should walk on every step. SEPT. l7-Prexy Smythe presented his candidate for president, Jake the Gremlin, at our first chapel. SEPT. l9--The Mixed Chorus started weekly rehearsals at the unearthly hour of 8:10 A. M. SEPT. 27-Was l nervous to be interviewed by the state inspector today! After inspecting the teaching, equipment, and special departments, Mr. Lou- thian of the State Department of Education, submitted a favorable report. SEPTEMBER 9 4 lil yluml' na' oivtfltbyt! .L XA I! f,6g...Aff2fwug . gt',d,A! Mez, 1 N Krevgcr Killlllllli C. ' I R. NVettrich 1 Ha l mme- Penton Taylor SEPT. 27--Spent a busy day as a library assistant cataloguing the library under the direction of Mrs. Shreiner's cute daughter Mary. OCT. 24--Pre-flight boys contributed to the war effort by collecting 59 bags of milkweed floss. OCT. 26-The band in collaboration with the Girl Scouts. presented a pageant of the United Nations at the Clearview-Amherst football game. free-geese--s.M..e V fc if bf I rdf, ---I W-M .... ,flkl'lF3MBE1c 20 i 4 -' , Xe---X...gm 6 ,4,,,H1,4 ff "N" , J 7000-cd, f wwf., t ZZ., ,AQUA f M Ln., D501-QL "'---Q, ,L..,.,,,, -, ,.., . H,-1 V. Pincombc K. Brown P. Pc-nion C. Kominis Frunt llnw llrllce' SEI ur-1' liiniing linwkl-i'l gL'lllllll'l' llI'0XX'll Kzlszzl Sllilllil Buck Row XY:llkL-1' lxnlgl' Mau-gli' lilirl ich H4-rbs! llogul Hollings- wurlll Mitch:-ll P11 rk Phillips Y , , . f N-mins?-all W ,iii, 3 .X ug, J .,.,.,- , :I A, A, Mr: 1, in ll A W, 5 , ah i ' filuf fl 'N 1 l 1wAI'f1"'A'47'l ,Lava X l ,, U 4,4, HAIR? li 0 HA 53"-lI'L',f ' 1" l filtiuu ,Q 4'lflL+i-L4aA,fif' A' I l fl l '.f.Mf,51fA K A U ,,1, , I fx:-, .3 1 is .gl .., 1 an The Curtain Rises DEC. l4-l'm sorry that "The Fighting l..ittles," our first production, is over. Ray Smith, as l3-year-old Filmer, kept the cast well-entertained. DEC. 2l--Being a hall guard was fun this week. The big Christmas tree in the front hall gave everyone that "goodwill to men" feeling. The pre- flight boys knew that Christmas was in the air too-they all had mistletoe. What fun! G. Huvy, S. Nlcyvr, ll. .xl'lllll. l.. liosL'1iki'a1l1z. FEB. l6-Sophomore girls donned colonial dress and danced the minuet at chapel. li. Sclil'4'0d4'x', N. M1-ml, N. XY1-ill'icll, li. 'l'1llllM'l'l, li. S1ll'klglll', li. Nivsvn. JAN. 30--Cheers for Manfred Manichl! Monny scored I5 points against I Vermilion. MARCH 20-A new star in our crown. To date we have collected 21.3 tons of paper. ,,MM-ffffoiif' Y W1 5 -fs: ' " ..,aV -if Vw. I fu If Mig diff! "ffl 1 fl 1171 , ., . V , , f 1 'LING' , 21314, fir' ' 1' 'J' 4 61 I? s,f'C'f.f':" Munich! Lad gc' d 'TQ . ,V , , E ,KH A 'km lj' 21 3 K.-. f Y 5 'AZi5m'V"Ml1Ew . rf fl Mft I 'w 2, 1 an ' 1 'K N GW s . 1 2- dx. , ,. f -.1 .L 1 f J M- nh fx,-..,,, . fi 1' ' 1-1 '- .E 1125.9 H . uf: -M . V -UMW - A-11 ,155 gm! uw " -Q---,-.,--.. 1 ' wax .4 i 1 'Ml' ZA! ,.14,. v r . ' vw-x , if, W ,L . ..,A, ., .L . Q, 'H--.,,.g, "va-If . , , ' ,....14 . V 'i -"4..2q,.,1 I 4" .wif-. '7' ' Cv 4 . .- . , +61-Jr , my 9 H5 R .,, f I r F . 4 1 i -..J Board of Education RAY M. JIEXVETT G IQOIIGE KVA I ,Klili Q FRED H. HOGRIEFE EDNYAHD R, MENZ EARL E. COTT uperintendent V FRED R. PONVERS 1'RIiSIlJ1iN'l' '7 RUTH B. SCHULZ Capital University, B. S. in Education, Bowling Green State University. Latin, Englishg Biologyg Science. HARRIET BUDZIAREK B. S., Cleveland School of Artg School of Educa- tion, VVestern Reserve University. .' r . EFFIE H. SMITH Baldwin-NYallace Collegeg VVooster Collegeg Ken' State Universityg Ashland College. Second Grade. MARION E. BAKER Cleveland School of Education. Fourth Grade. EDNA M. BELLER Cleveland School of Educationg XVooster Collegeg Kent State Universityg Chicago Lyceum Arts Con- servatory: Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Fifth Grade. MARION L. STEELE Principal of Amherst High School. A. B., Oberlin Collegeg Chicago Universityg Stan- ford Universityg Cambridge University. English. ARTHUR W. ENGLE B. S.. Iowa State College: Oberlin Collegeg Ashland Collegeg Ohio State University Graduate School. Scienccg Physical Education, Track Coach. MARGARET RICE EGELAND A. B., Oberlin Collegeg A. M., University of Michi- gan. Speechg English. FLORENCE EHRMAN Diploma, Kent State University. Fifth Grade. GRAYCE PURCELL Secretary to the Superintendentg Attendance Of- ficerg Clerk of Board of Education. ETHEL E. EPPLEY Diploma, Kent State Universityg VVooster College, Cleveland School of Education. Juniior High Arithmetic. ALICE R. SHREINER A. B., Oberlin College. Mathematics. MARGARET SCHNEIDER Diploma, Kent State University. Hirst Grade. KATHRYN P. MURRAY A. B., A. M., XVestern Reserve Universityg Univer- sity of Michigang University of Paris. Frenchg English, Spanishg Student Publications. CARL C. DEEDS li. S. in Agrieulturc, Ohio State University. Vocational Agriculturcg Basketball and Football. MAIBELLE SUTLIFF l-IARR NVoostm-r Collegeg Diploma. Kelli State University. .lunior High English and G1-ogrupliy. BERTINE E. FOSTER Diploma. Clvvclnnd Normal School. .lnnior High English and Sciencc. HELEN M. WIN GATE A. B., Baildwin-NVallnce College. History. MARGARET PANDY Diploma, Oberlin Kind:-rgartcn Primary Training' School: Kent Statc University. First Grade. PHYLLIS L. PORTMANN ll. S., Bowling Green Stntv University. Ilircctor of Vocal Music. HULDA BERGER Diploma, Ashland College, Kent State Univcrsity. 'l'hird Grade. ETHEL R. HAINES A. Ii., College oi' NVooste-rg Ohio Universityg Iowa State University: vVOSll'l'll Rcserve Universityg University of Colorado. Home Economics. RALPH EWING ALBRIGI-IT University of Iowag A. B., Cornell Collegeg B. D.. Oberlin Graduate School of Thoologyg State Uni- versity of lowag Central State Teachers College. M1'Cll3llllUiil Drawing, Industrial Artsg Geograplly' Social Scicnce. 1944-1945 Civil! z ii i LYDIA J. SCHEIDE Ohio University. Second :ind Third Grandes. FLORENCE E. GALL Kent State Univl-rsityg Clevelmnl School ol' lidu cation. Fourth Grzulc. MARY PENTON KOVACI-I B. S. in limlucntion, Bowling Green Slate l'niver sity. Physical Iiducaitiong History. I-IARRIET H. SIMPSON lliplonm, Ohvrlin School ol' Colnlncrcc. Connnericnl lll'D2ll'llllK'lll'. VIRGIL D. PINCOMBE B. S. in liducntion, M. A.. Kent State llnivcrsilyl Graduate School, YVcstern lies:-rvc University Grzuluute School, University of Michigan, C11-vi-A land Law School. Director ol' Athletics: Football Conch: Mnchinc Shopg .Iunior High Industrial Arts. FLOYD C. MOORE B. S. in Music, Oberlin College. Director oi' Instrumental Music. W 5' 1 Jig ,fi " "I" 1335" ff' 4'-r E 'a .fe we f if fre 5 LlsffffffgA52-ff:-:ff',e,mr-zfi'T4s..Qa, Mrs. Minnie Brucker Cafeteria Assistant Carl Schieferstein Custodian Frank Schibley Custodian "W--M L v,...,,W N' WMM., -..M .ky A w QV- f H 35. fra fx -.. -4-Yfk NM' STUDENT COUNCIL FRONT ROVV ilcft to rightjz J. Gigliotti, P. Beesing, D. Smythc, R. Koch, P. Ilurnkis, P. Pa-ntong BACK ROW: G. NVood- ings. R. Diedrick, R. Fritz, N. Mcboda, M. NVebster, J. Sharp. HALL GUARDS FRONT RONV llvft to rightjz N. NVcltrich, D. Osyk, S. R1-hrnzni, I.. XVhiiv, It. Scliwilzlug J. Simpson: BACK ROW: li. ltugnl NV. NYilhclm, R. Fritz. gifs- law limnicil and llzlll Guarfls Sol ilu- l'zu'v SEPT. l5-i-At the initial meeting of the Student Council, the following officers were elected: Don Smythe, president: Russell Fritz, vice-presidentg and Phyllis Beesing, secretary-treasurer. NOV. l6--Grid' -stars, their parents and friends, enjoyed the Football Ban- quet. Flock and Gigliotti cleaned up everybody else's plates. NOV. 29---"lt" finally arrived. "It" proved to be a green and gold ubeanief' The Council sold the chic chapeaux, and we all wore them at the first basketball game. MARCH l2-Nancy Kaser and Eugene Davis, recently elected freshman representatives, joined us at the Council meeting. we QQ 533 vi-'f Bw xi me 52 Q25 Qwassw Miss Budziarvk li. 'l'zlylu1' N. NN'ei1ricIl R. Schwiizko I.. lh-idrick F. Yonkings Bintiug, Sauer, Phillips, Mavglv, Schullcr ' af V. , eniors Participate in . . ee at I CHARLENE E. BECK!Kt A' ' Student Secretary 4, French Club 4, Play 3. JAN. 29-"Dood" entertained the hiigh school with a xylophone solo in Mr. Powers's ch.apel. RAYMOND CR. ARNDT Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Plays 3, 4, Spelling Blue Ribbon 4, Gym Aid 1. 2 MARCH 15+Ray lbroke the record for writing school 4 news for the News-Times-fourteen pages. JOHN C. BOLKLE-NS Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Record Staff 4, Discussion Club 4, Scholarship Team 4, Minstrel 4',' Football 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Spelling Blue Ribbon 4. OCT. 20-Jack "'Muffl' Bollens broke his elbow in the Wellington football game. LAVONNE J. BECKER Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Hall Guard 3, Student Council 3, Pl' 3. MA'RilCyH 19-t'Vorrnie coul'dn't sit down-a horse ran away with her yesterday. KATHRYN J. BROWLN Chorus 1, 2, Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, and Cabinet 1, Record Staff 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. 3, Plays 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Office Aid 3, Class Vice-Pres. 1, Track 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Gym Aid 1, 2, Spelling Blue Ribbon 4. l ' JAN. 19-"Katie" sprained her wrist playing a very rough basketball game for the senior "Comettes." MARC E. DARJNELL Tiptonville High School 1, 2, F. F. A. 1, 2, Football 1, 4, Christmas Pageant 4, Play 4. NOV. 23-'Mac went hunting with a young lady today-he caught nothing but a cold. G-ERAIJD F. FLOCK Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 2 and Sergeant at Arms 4, Agriculture Scholarship Contest 4. NlOV. 3-Jerry played his first and last game as full- back-he surely smashed holes in the Medina line. PHYVLLIS E. BEESING Student Council 4, and Sec.-Treas. 4, Tri-Y 1, 2, 3 and Cab- inet 2, Record Staff 3. 4, French Club 3, 4, and Pres. 4, Class Play 3, Class Sec.-Treas. 1, Scholarship Team 1. 2, 3, 4, D. A. R. Test 4, Class Vice-Pres. and Pres. 3, Student Sccrc- tary 4, Office Aid 4, Spelling Blue Ribbon 4. APRJLL 11-Phyllis just completed ten days of sub- situte teaching in tahe Commercial Department. VIVIAN J. BRUCE Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 4, Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Plays 3, 4, Office Aid 3, 4, Student Secretary 4, Christ- mas Pageant 3 APRIL 19-"Viv" gave a splendid portrayal of an English fgoverness in the operetta. ENRICO GfIGLIO'l'I'I Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 and Sergeant of Arms 4, Student Council 2, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tre-as. 2, Pres. 3, and Vice-Pres. 4, French Club 3, 4, Plays 3, Christmas Pageant 4, Hall Guard 2, Scholarship Team 2, 4, Agriculture Judging Team 1, Minstrel 4, Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3 4. MARCH 16-"Gig" played "hookey" this afternoon and enjoyed the first swim of the season. THOMAS R. HEINZERLING TN k 4. 16--At the senior party at the "Rec," "I-Ieinyl' danced the twostep on "Red" We'ttrich's feet. ROSE MARIE GORMLEY Tri-Y 1, 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 23 Christmas Pageant 3, 43 Play 43 Gym Aid 1, 23 Track 3. DEC. 12--"Rosie" donned h-ip -boots and trudged up town through the deep drifts on our snow holiday. WILMA D. HAAS Student Svcrn-tary 4: Class Play 3. JAN. 21-"Willyl' had a ca-se of nerves-she took her first dictation from Mr. Powers today. JOHN J. KINGSLEY, JR. F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4 and Pros. 43 Judging Tcam 1, 33 Agricultural Scholarship Team 43 Hi-Y 43 French Club 33 Discussion Clul 43 Ts-nth National Junior Growcrs', Convention 4. DEC. 7-"Bud journeyed by train to Rochester, N. Y. to exercise his talents as a judge of vegetables. ROY E. KOCH Orchvstra 1, 2, 3, 4 and Prcs. 3, -13 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, l and Pr:-s. 43 Student Council I, 43 lic-cord Staff 43 Plays 43 Frcnch Club 3, 43 Boys' State 3. I ' JAN. 24-'4Maestro" Koch and his ten-piece band made their first public appearance tonight at the "R'ec." LOIS M. HAMEL Chorus l, 23 Tri-Y 2, 33 Rf-cord Staff 43 Spanish Club 43 Plays 3. 43 Clxristxnas Pageant 33 Library Assistant 43 Stu- ds-nt S1-crm-tary 43 Op:-rctta 1. DEC. 16-"Loie" waltzed with the junior prexy at the Senior Party. CON'STAiN'C'E TINA KOMINIS Studcnt Council 33 Chorus 1, 2, 43 Cheerleader 3, 43 Oper- etta 43 Tri-Y 1, 2, 33 Rm-cord Staff 2, 3, 4 and Bus. Mgr. 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, t and Pres. 43 Latin Club 1, 23 French Club 3, 43 Plays 3, 43 Christmas Pageant 33 Hall Guard 33 Dis- cussion Club 43 Scholarship Te-amg D. A. Il. Test 43 Class Sec.-Trcas. 23 Office Aid .4 3- Gym Aid 3, 4g Library Assistant 4. DEC. 15-Connie received a dozen carnations from her father for her performance in "The Fighting Littlesf' MANFRED MANICHL Mixvd Chorus 43 Opvrctta 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 F. F. A. 1, 23 Spanish Club 43 Gym Aid 3. 43 All-School Vaudcvillc 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 4. MARCH 6-'fMonny" was attacked by a scarlet fever germg consequently he could not sing "Ole Man River" at the Minstrel Show. STEPHEN JOSEPH MEYER Paulding lg Football 13 Hi-Y 43 Football 3, 43 Track 2, 3. 4. JAN. 15-Steve helpe-d relieve the fuel shortage by driving a coal truck. DONNA J. LEIMBACH Chorus 1, 23 Tri-Y 1, 23 Student Council 23 Record Staff 33 o. A. A. 1, 2, :sg Plays 3, 43 Hall Guard 2. JAN. 18-Donna showed up at school with an Air Corps man on her arm. Sigh! Music, Sports, Clubs F.. s 5- is M' Q was 5' fl 'Vw' ' 1' ,r'?2I.. iz.: A . . cniors RUTH A. LEUSZDEB. G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Tri-Y lg French Club 3. SEPT. 28-Ruth displayed unusual talent as a "heavy hitter" in a girls' baseball game. VICTOR J. OSYK Spanish Club 43 Hi-Y 3g Christmas Pageant 4. MARCH '7-Lo and behold! Vic earned an "A" in physics for the six weeks. WILLIAM D. PHILLIPS Band 3, 4 and Bus. Mgr. 4g Orchestra 2, 3. 43 Junior Band 2, 33 Boys, Chorus lg Plays 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 13 School Vaudc- villc 23 Scholarship Test 13 Mins-trel Show 3. MAIRJCH 19-Bill escorted Ruth Thomas to the band concert. MARILYN J. PEABODY G. A. A. 13 Student Secretary 4. ' JAN. 5-Marilyn was snowbound last week in Oberlin, just a mile and a half from home. PATIRICIA R. PENTON Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 43 Student Council 2, 4g Cheerleader 3, 43 Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, Ring Group 3, and Cabinet 2, 3g Record Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 and Editor 4g G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, and Cabinet 1, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2, and Treas. 23 French Club 3, 4 and Vice-Pres. 43 Spelling Blue Ribbon 43 Plays 3, 43 Christmas Pageant 33 Hall Guard 1, 23 Physics Club 4 and Vice-Pres. 43 Discussion Club 43 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4g D. A. R. Test 43 Gym Aid 2, 3, 43 Library Ass-istant 4.- ' JAN. 6--"Pat" fell ovn 'the floor While cheerleading. BOB W. SlC'HAElFvFER Chorus 2, 33 Record Staff 3, 43 Plays 3g Christmas Pageant 33 Hall Guard 33 All-School Vaudcville 33 Minstrel Show 4. JAN. 9--Bolb distlilnguished 'himself as an ice skater -he won a trophy and a medal at Lakeview Park. RAY SMITH Ridgeville High School 1g Brookside High School 23 Chorus 1, 23 Orchestra 23 Latin Club 23 Plays 2, 3, 4g Minstrel 4g Debating Team 1. - ' DEC. 15-"1Short1e" ran out of gas while returning play props in his little Model A. JUNE M. PENDERIS Chorus 23 Tri-Y 1. 2, 33 French Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Play 33 Office Aid 4. NOV. 4-"Jun1e" made her debut as a church or- ganist at 7:00 this morning. LOIS J. ROSENKRANZ Chorus 13 Tri-Y 1, 23 Record Staff 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, and Sec. 33 French Club 3, 4. and Sec. 43 Plays 3, 4g Christmas Pageant 33 Student Secretary 4. MAQROH 6-"Rosle" 'was captain of the "Sharp- shooters" at the G. A. A. All-Star basketball games. DONALD W. SHVIYTI-IE Operetta 43 Hi-Y 23 Student Council 43 and Pres.. 43 Record Staff 1, 2. 3, 4 and Assistant Ed. 43 Latin Club 1. 2 and Sec. 23 Spanish Club 4 and Pres. 43 Plavs 3, 43 All-School Vau- deville 43 Minstrel 3. 43 Boys' State 3. NOV. 2-Maestro "Jake" gave the welcome address at the AllJSchool Vaudeville. DOROTYHY M. BERES Chorus 1, 2, 33 Tri-Y 1, 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g French Club 43 Spanish Club 23 Plays 2, 3. NOV. 14-Mr. Pincomlbe disciplined Dot by making her eat an apple in front of the study hall. Tsch! MARTIN RICKET Football 2, 33 F. F. A. 1, 23 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Play 3. MARCH 12-Martian left for the Navy. 1944-1945 JOSEPH J. LACH Chorus 45 Operetta 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Council 15 F. F. A. 2, 3, 45 Plays 3, 45 Hall Guards 25 Class Pres. 45 Mins-trel 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, and Captain 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, and Captain 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. . . MARCH 17-"Jose" finally fmshed paperlnig Mrs. Shreiner's kitchen. 'MILDRED E. TAYLOR Tri-Y 1, 2. and Cabinet 35 Latin Club 15 Spanish Club 35 Hall Guard 35 Library Assistant 45 Class Sec.-Treas. 4. DfEC. 4-Betty acquired a new topic of conversa- tion-she had an appendectomy. ELAINE L. REICHERT Chorus 25 Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 35 Christmas Pageant 35 Plays 3, 4. . ' NOV. 29-"Teenor" was surprised to find her pic- ture staring at her from the front page of "The Record." 'NORMAN M. WERNEWR Class Vice-Pres. 45 Play 35 Football 3, 45 Hi-Y 4. FEB. 16-"Bud", as a representative of the Senior Class, accepted lthe sophomores' 'bill for one bottle of root beer. HARRY CHARLES WOLF Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, 35 Record Staff 1. 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, and Pres. 25 French Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Plays 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Pageant 45 Scholarship Team 15 Class Pres. 25 All-School Vaudcville 2, 35 Minstrel 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Foot- ball Mgr. 3, 45 Track. 5 . MAAROH 19-"Chuck" tauglht Mrs. Epp+ley's arith- metic class. GERRY A. SMITH G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 and Pres. 4: Play 45 Tri-Y 1, 2, and Sec. 35 Student Council 15- Library Assistant 4. FE1B. 24-"Smitty" was nearly overcome at the G.A.A. dance when the girls presented her, their past president, with an identification bracelet. SALLY LEE KREEGER Tri-Y 15 Chorus 15 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 and Board5 Play 35 French Club 35 Christmas Pageant 35 Student Secretary -15 Library Assistant 45 Blue Ribbon Speller 45 Track 3. MARCH 20-"Sal" was forcefully emitted from English Class this afternoon. TI-IOMAJS J. GEORGE Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Track 15 Hi-Y 35 Christmas Pageant 35 Plavs 35 Operetta 35 Chorus 3. l l DEC. 22-"Huckum" appeared as King Herod in the Christmas pageant. JOSEPH P. BROWN Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2. 35 Track 2, 35 Plays 2, 35 Bfiild til, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 35 Vaude- Vl e .. NOV. 2-Joe was just about the cutest girl in the junior boys' follies at the vaudeville. ROSEMARY J. WETTRICH Latin Club 1, 25 Tri-Y 1, 2. 3. and Cabinet 1. and lling Group 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Record Staff 3, 4, and Circulation Mgr. 45 Spanish Club 45 Chorus 25 D. A. lt. Test 45 Sholarship Tean! 3, -15 Class Sec.-Treas. 35 Christmas Pageant 35 Plays 3, 45 llllalfj guard 35 Office Aid 45 Library Assistant 45 Discussion- . u . MARCH 18-"Red" suffered her first automobile accident-very, very early this mornin-g. GLORIA D. WHITMAN Class Vice-Pres. 25 Tri-Y 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Sec. 45 French Club 35 Blue Ribbon Speller 4. OCT. 19-Gloria played ain active part in the initia- tion of the freshman girls at the G. A. A. hilke. DONALD MacKENZIE F. F. A. 15 Plays 3, 45 Track 2. 35 Scholarship Team 1. MARCH 6-Don surprised everyone by leading a panel discussion in speech class. GIRLS FRONT ROXV lloft to rightb: L. Dvidrick. lf. Mm-11-clitli, J. Durling, R. Schwitzkv, A. SlZlI'Il1'l', I.. Adler. B. Goodwin, J, Banu com, M. Drew, R, Thomas, M. Kertig MIDDLE ROXV: A. Jackson, ll. Mc-nz, R. XVivch. G. Hun-y, F. Haus, G. Kovpp, J. Sinlp Son, B. Boone, F. Yonkings, V. Holslellg BACK BOXY: M. lfhflllilll, li. Cunninglmni, T. Baxter. Il. lkzlrck, ll. Sznnlvrs, M XYl'llSll'l', B. liorowicz, P. NVzn'd, P. Siron, J. Sharp, P. XvilYl'iCk, B. C:n'1', P. Gonna-Il. BOYS FRONT ROXV ilvft to nighlb: C. McCann, A. Good, R. Dodson, F. l.eimbz1cl1, A. Sick, ll. Yonnglvss. XV. XYilhvlm, C. Mitch ell, D. Gorinlvy, R. Fritzg MIDDLE ROW: J. Brown, K. Royal, P. Darakis, J. lilirlich, li. Binling, J. lirucv, NV. Penton D. ltr-dmun, A. Schull:-r, R. Hvrhst, T. George-3 BACK RONV: L. Hollingsworth, R, lim-slr-r, ll. XValker, ll. Scln'm-dm-r. NV. Kel ly, H. Macglv, F. Lodge, K. Sniith, P. Shand, J. Parks. SEPT. 29--Bought a delicious barbecue at the juniors' pop and sandwich stand. Their net profit was 531.55 at the initial game! CCT. 6---The juniors enjoyed a half-holiday, the prize for placing first in "The Record" subscription sales. Were the seniors envious! NOV. I0--Miss Steele displayed marked ability as a hula dancer at the junior party. JAN. 24-1-Floyd Lodge distinguished himself as a scholar by receiving all i'A's" for the semester. JAN. 30--Dick Beam was really "hot" during the Vermilion basketball game. He dropped 25 points in the basket. MARCH l7--jane Durling won a superior rating at the North Central District Solo and Ensemble Audition at Oberlin College. MAY l2--Palm trees, colored leis and hula dancers contributed to the Hawaiian setting for the junior-Senior Reception. 'Twas a gala evening. . DEC. I6--The illustrious sophomores held a Christmas party. Mr. Al- bright proved to be a real square dancer. l really enjoyed watching Miss Steele jitterbug with Davy Leimbach. FEB. 9-ln Miss Murrayls chapel program several sophomores distinguished themselves as authorities on February's great men. MARCH 6--President Rudy Manichl contracted scarlet fever. How will the sophomores get along without his leadership? The girls will miss him too. Oh well, Vice-president June Zipp and Secretary-treasurer Nancy Mead will guide the class during Rudy's absence. MARCH I7---The girls' sextette rated excellent at the North Central Music Contest. MARCH l9l-The band concert tonight must have been a headache to Chet Gall and Bob Washka. Each played a solo. Chet played "Silver Threads Among the Gold" on his trombone, while Bob zoomed forth on his little tuba with "Asleep in the Deep." He had me wondering for a while whether or not he was going to hit the last note. GIRLS Fll0N'l' llONV H4-fi to riglitl: S. n1'lllllZlll, C. Siiwulxl, I.. XVl1ite, B. W0i'lu-r. l'. Wilhelm, S. llnnwl. J. lluilvclgr-. li. Attiv, J KI4-ps, li. Sick: Nilllllhli RONY: G. Gilles, G. Dodson, H. Guulirip, ll. Osyk, G. XVoodings, C. .lolu's. ll. Mlinamik, C. llutlvr ll. Fri-all-rick, J. MuL'llri', ll. Sprague, B. SClll'01'Lll'l'Q BACK RONV: A. li:ll'ck:'l't, li. 'l':1l1lwri. J. Zipp, M. NlucKvl1ziL'. K. Nia-svn ll. Kruvck, I.. llution, M. l-lonry, N. Ma-ad, ll. Bailey. R. Dindrick, N. NVcilrivli. ll. Gm-urge. BOY S l'll0N'l' HONN' ll:-ft lo riglitl: II. Gull, A. Mvye-r, F. Klvin, V. BL-ckvr, ll. ltlvssig, ll. l,L-uszlvr, A. lla-unit, ll. l.e-imlmcli. Nil-- se-ng MIlblll.li ROW: W. Kswpp, J. Ellis, H. Fullmer, R. xvtlSllKil, N. Mchuda, ll. Jenkins, G. xvlllllllilll, K. Kliligviilun-M-l', M Mori-diili, N. Bartlonwg BACK ROW: P. Kelly, R. Manichl, ll. Swartz, J. Gigliotti, ll. Miller, ll. Gormley. P. livclitvl, ll. llzws- lvr, ll. llogrefu, D. Dirsdrick. 1 l GIRLS FIRST BOXV llc-ft to rightl: M. Cook, D. Cahl, C. Campbell, D.. Gannlaish, L. Lynn, L. lVl1llllIlf'li, M. Buchanan, J. NVooclings M llickvt Y Kwsi-I' A Johnson' SFFOYD BOYS" M Toniskl, A. Slllllilll, l., Moody, M. Klsir, P. Xxdlgll, M. Attu. 5. T Towne, fl,,TilNMlll':,N.,Bl'Zl.1'lldlg2llll, IiUAIllilllSQ THIlllJ RONV: ll, Mvyvr, D. 'l'kllJlN'l't, M. Borowiicz, D. Moebius, C. lark:-r, B. Buucmn, M. Yonkings, M. Oc-rtell, C. Vandersall, A. Kupplvyg FOUR'l'lI HONY: ll. lim-1'm-r, L. Biscliol'f, M. Syrowski, R. Arms-trong, J. Frmlc-rick, N. Bauer, J. Hzwsler. BOYS FIRST ROVV fic-ft to righij: H. Marlow, J. Sizirllvr, M. Kidi y, J. King, J. .lc-wvtt, ll. Kruusv, J. Sutliff, J. Rosvnkranz, .l M4-nz, A. N'N':1si-111, C. Mollisong SECOND RONV: H. Schwartz, P Sclun'l'f, D. Flock, ll. Thonius, G. Young, R. Schullvr, .l. Ligas J. Sn-lnmnts, C. Gra-vii, .l. Curl-k, li. Davis, L. VunNuysg 'l'Hllll7 ROW: A. Orosz, O. Kli-in, R. Mulder, R. Daley, N. Millvr W. 'l'rustcr, ll. Ruling, H. liurcke-rt, FOIJIRTH HOW: ll. lsfl cv, li. Cavs-rmluli-, l-I. lil'yllt'l', ll. lln-111-11. lu. Haas, J. Hyun. iYi,'1.w: i'f?E5'WQi'-r" . - . f f ie. i X . K SEPT. 22--Dicln't Malvina Kominis look chic today? Make-up on only one half of her face, one side of her hair in pigtails, and the other in curls. "Beany" and several other "greenies" were being initiated by the Latin Club. SEPT. 29iFreshmen took top honors in the football ticket sales contest. NOV. l0iE.ugene Davis won three dollars, first prize for selling the largest amount of magazines in the Curtis Publishing Company contest. NOV. l0--At chapel David Hearn played a piano medley of songs from "Oklahoma" MARCH l0--The freshman class elected the following officers: Joe Sel- mants, president: Mary Lou Borowicz, vice-president, Dorothy Moebius, secre- tary-treasurer. AMHERST HIGH SCHOOL HAND PIEIHSONXICI. Culur Guards: K. Nivsvu, Il. Divdrickg flag lxoarvrsa D. Slllllif"i'S, l'. Wnrclg imijswvllvs: ll. Curr, l'. NVuvrick. I. Zipp, li. 'l'uhln-l'ig clurilwlz ll, Kuch,1l. M04-sig, XY. Hay. I.. 0ll', I.. Muollc-I", N. Gnwm-"', XY. Phillips, Ji lluhm-l', li. Niuhuls'. J. .Ir-wx-tt", G. Kutuuuk. G, Sn1iih"g suxuplimiv: V. Bvckm-r, J. Nlll1'lil'l". .l. l'riltin-". lmrn: li. Sick, G. Km-pp: trulxllmiwz C. Gull, ll. Mzinivhlg trumpvl: 'l'. Sh0l'l', A. Sick. A. Kupplvy, D. Kutuuuk, ll ii1lY1'l'li2lil"', ll. XYusl1ku, .l. Brown. NV. Mul'sly', h2ll'ii0llt'Z M. Kcrli, M. liuruwicz, R. M:u'lmm", buss: ll. xvilihkil' Dl'l'CllS9ilill' G. NYu0diugS, X. Mvzid li. H1-ck.li. Gall. ll. B:-r1'ingl0n. ll. Strauss.. S'l'l'DliN'l' S'l'Al"F: 'l'l'h., J., l,I'itlil'E Vice'-l'x'0s., ll. Mauiichlg SIT.-'i'l'l'2lS., Nl. Km-rtiq Bus. Mgr.. NY. Phillips: Shulvnl Cumlm'tor. ll. liocli.--' Svnior llauul llll'llllJOI'S who also play i,x ilu- Junior Band. MARCH I9-Senior and Junior Bands combined to present the third annual spring concert. JUNIOR BAND l'lillSONN1il, Corm-it ll. Cullman, J. Mlin- urik. li. Ellis, C. 'flmnmsg cluriuvt: L. lluvy. L. NVHL S. Hurling, li. Duh-, N. Snlmim-rs, I.. Dui:-, D. Huw- armlg flute: K. Subiorsg il'0lllbUlll'I D. Vululvrsalll, K. lic-clih-l, B. Birichg bari- tuuc: ll. Slmrpg pvrcus- sion: ll. Gvrgc-l, Mn-nd. SI FTING: R. Smith. E. Hl'lCll1'l'l, P. l'c-mimi, I.. Hume-I, C. Kominisg STANDING: R. fi0l'l'Illl'V, T Gvorgc L Rosvnkrunz, J D S i li S rling, IS. liorowicz, . lilly lu-, . Smith, V, Bruce-, C. XVolI', H. NVOtti'icli, li. Armlt. K.ilirmi'n. H. lfuch.. W X 5 AQ Y ' - Y V 1 1 Q i We i e if 550553, Etrsgcs iioniirilics, p2lL'ft?2lllliS , kb' DEC. I4--Am sorry that "The Fighting l..ittles," our first production is over. It was great fun! DEC. 22-Enjoyed the Christmas Pageant today. Marilyn Webster and Floyd Lodge portrayed Mary and Joseph. MARCH l9-Band Concert-Rhoda Schwitzke made a sweet bride in the syncopated wedding which the speech department presented at the band con- cert. APRIL 2--We began work on one-act plays today. Donna Leimbach makes a perfect old maid in the melodrama, "He Ain't Done Right by Nell." lllflflllli AIDS Sitting: F. Haas ll. xv4'ltl'lL'll li. SL'lll'tN'll0l' Standing: l'. NY:n'4l l'. lim-silig .l. lll'll1ll'l'S V. lirurn' 11. liuminis MlI.l.lli.XN l'IlYSli1S tIl.l'll P. l'4'n1on .I. llruco lf. lmmlgc' Nlr. lfllbilt' .l. llurlimx NY. l,1'lllUll .l. Slmrlx OCT. l0iTbe Physics Club organized with Floyd Lodge elected president for the first semester and jack Bruce, for the second. NOV. I5-Science students enjoyed a tour of the Oberlin College Physics Department. FEB. 27--Officers presented to the Board of Education a check for total payment of laboratory desks. MARCH I6--Club members visited the Baldwin-Wallace College Science Departments. O sl v, x. .1- w .xg ,Ai A v I N . S 3,w.,f ,RL La ch Q Cl x 97 3 'Q' I ,i -nf . Wd V I7 I D -I P NOVEMBER 3 'ZA4'-Qf "'444,q,4, 94+ 12.44. i ,Q c FO0TBAI.L SQUAD FRONT IHOXY flu-ft to rightjr P. Shand, C. Mcilzum, J. lirown, li. Gigliotii. C. Miichc-ll. J. Luch. S. Mvyvr, lt. xv1lSllkil, J Gigliotti. F. lndgm-, M. lmrm-ll, G. Flrxckg MIIIIJLE ROYV: NV. Koa-pp, VV. XVilhz-lm, J. liolh-ws, N, Nvl'f'Ill'l', IJ. l.4-ilnhuch, .I Rr-ilillawdl, I.. Hollingsworth, T. Gvurgv, K. Frugal, ll. Mulder, R. Bvzlln, D. Katonzikg BACK HUVV: G. Gr:-vn, K. Sham ll. Flock, D. Nc-iding, YV. Penton, H. Ilogrx-t'v, N. Miller, B. Nichols, A. Mcyc-1', C. Brown, V. Pincomhc- Ulonclij. FOOTBALL TEAM LINE: lt. li.. liollcnsg R. T., Flock: R. G., NVQ-1'11crg C., YVilhclm: L. G., Mitchvllg T.. T.. lirowng I.. IC., Shzmdg BACKFIIZTD lt. ll., lmrlgvg lf. li., Me-yvrg I.. H., Luchg Q., Gigliotti. FOOTBALL SUMMARY Amherst Opponents l 2 Lorain Reserves 0 I3 Elyria Reserves I2 0 New London I4 6 Wellington 26 0 Clearview I9 7 Medina l 3 NOV. l6l-Theodore Cunningham, well-known coach of Lakewood, Ohio, was the guest speaker at the Football Banquet sponsored by the Student Coun- cil. The gridders elected joe Laclh honorary captain. DEC. 20--Thanks to Mr. Nord! Today's "Record" announced the gift of S2500 from the U. S. Automatic Coporation to the Amherst Board of Educa- tion. The gift will be used for improving and expanding the athletic field. .Sf -xx wg F Q.. lligliulli liul lc-ns linux n r N VARSITY FRONT ROYV flvft to rightb: R. Beam, R. Schroeder, R. Dodson. J. Lzlcll, M. Munichl, F. I.oclg0, Mr. Dvvdsg BACK RUNV: J. Brown, C. McCann, R. Fritz, C. Wolf, P. Darakis 1Mgr.j, VV. XvllllPlIll iMgr.j RESERVES FRONT ROW' ilvft to rightb: NY. XVilh4-lm 1Mg1'.J, N. Bartlunlc, H. Bueslcr, J. Ellis, NV, Penton, P. lJill'2ll'ilS lMg1'.J3 BACK ROXV: Mr. Us-cds, D. Bruce, A. Orosz, R. Mulder, D. Dcidrich. FEB. l0-Between halves at the Alumni basketball game the Bancl staged an original act featuring a conga line. JAN. l3--Through the courtesy of the Booster Club, Varsity and Reserve cagers attended a baslketball game between Baldwin-Wallace and Oberlin College. APRIL 5--lVlr. Deeds presented awards to basketball players and cheer- leaders at the Basketball Banquet sponsored by the Boosters' Club. The Comets named Joe Lach honorary captain. BASKETBALL SUMMARIES Varsity Opponents Reserves Opponents 20 2 7 Lorain I I 38 2 7 39 Oberlin 2 I 29 47 24 New London 20 I6 20 23 Wellington I4 I 7 22 28 CIearview 2 I I 9 38 22 South Amherst 22 24 30 37 Oberlin I 5 I 3 38 32 St. IVIary's 25 20 36 32 Vermilion I 7 I4 40 28 South Amherst I 7 24 25 20 New London ZI 28 26 23 Wellington 24 I3 34 I8 Vermilion 34 I8 29 33 Clearview 28 I 4 23 38 Sandusky St. IVIary's 20 I7 32 22 Medina 2 I 34 30 3 I Alumni ...... ...... 32 31 Lorain St. IVIary's 23 I7 34 24 Medina 2 6 I 7 29 32 Wellington 23 22 38 39 Avon .,,... ...... South Amherst Reserves I8 30 X L, fi- . ,,... Y - 'N ' . " E' ,. ,I, - - - F. W -52, ,- F. A A. FRONT HOVV Qlvft to righij: R. Gormley, S. Krecger, G. ivllillllilll, IC. Rvicllt-rt, M. lticlwt. M. Attin-3 SECOND HONY: Mrs. I" Kovnch. G. Smith, ll. Korninis, M. Kominis, N. Kaiser. N. Braeudigarn, H. Buucom. M. Yonkings, I.. Ilutton, lt. Schwitzkv. D Usyk Mrs. J. Schulz: THIRD ROXV: I.. Mautner, M. Buchanan. C. Towne. ll. Gznnlxish, Ii. Brown, .l. KIA-ps. .l. lhuncinn J. Fri-dt-rick: FOURTH ROVV: A. Kupplvy, C. Vandvrsall, M. 04-rtell, N. linux-r, A. Sturm-r, lt. XVI-ttriclr. P. Siron, M. Kist-1' FIFTH RONY: R. Moyer, J. Simpson, G. Koepp, I.. Moody, A. Sliman, G. Huey, S. ltolnnung SIXTH HUXV: tl. StlNVtllll, B Scln'o1-der, C. Jones, R. Mlinurek, R .George-, C. Barckg SEVENTH RUNV: M. Syrowski, M. MncK4-nziv, ID. Built-y, ll. Friml- urick, G. Dodson, N. Mvad, B. Borowicz, K. Nic-sen, B. Carr: BACK ROXV: J. Ituvslx-r, M. Borowicz. ll. 'l'ahln-rt, ll. Mm-blus ti. Parker, I.. Host-ncranz, P. NVavrick, M. NW-bster, D. Sandfrs, P. NYzu'd, B. 'I'ulsb4-rt. OCT. l9--Oh, my aching G. l. bones! Walked to Outdoor Life with rest of G. A. A. members on first annual hike. DEC. 7--Hopped on bus and went bowling at Cook's tonight. l'm still trying to figure out why there is a ditch on each side of the alley. The ditches caused a great deal of trouble. JAN. l--Gerry Smith completed school today. Connie Kominis took over the presidency. Sure going to miss "Smitty." She was a real athlete. FEB. l4--First basketball game tonight. The mighty seniors' romped over the juniors. Won't anybody be able to stop the '45'ers? FEB. I7--Just home from udancin' off both my shoes" at the G. A. A. dance. Roy Koch and his orchestra played. Best dance yet! MARCH 61-Basketball season ended tonight. After tournaments at school, we had a swell lunch prepared by girls and Mrs. Schulz. Really glad to be a member of the G. A. A. APRIL 21-We started our volleyball tournament. Something new for the G. A. A. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SUMMARY Amherst Opponent I9 Brownhelm Reserves l 5 45 South Amherst Junior High 34 23 Brownhelm Reserves I6 28 Elyria Freshmen 24 24 South Amherst Junior High I9 2 l Elyria Freshmen 55 I8 South Amherst Reserves 30 v DNT RUXX' th-ft hr righlb: Mr. Dovds, J. .lvw1'ti, XY. Sclmzmk, D. NYill'1 IK HUXY: J. Pritliv, 0. Klinv, M. Kicldy, IJ. N1-icling, D, Krnusv, J. 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MAY 28-Class Night- in MAY 12-Junior-Senior R-eception. MAY 29-Alumni. Q En: MAY 11....SIeni0r Chvapeil. MAY 31-AQommIencemen,t. N Q M AY 27-IBIacca-laureate. June 1-4FIn.a1 Report Card.s. bg' S Q ti COMPLIMENTS OF tl Q II W I3 S THE LORAIN COUNTY ti I N SAVINGS and TRUST co. v Q Ei AMHERST BRANCH AMHERST, OHIO gl 5 I. E COMPLIMENTS OF S N E 3 6' I I K Q WESBECHER HARDWARE 5' 'Q E Q 1 WE DELIVER - Q mg N Lg PHONE 475 263 MAIN ST. 'Q i5Ml2?Z5i 1l2UD2l2?ZJ1 JIZUDl'ZJl2O17ZlQUDI'4l27Qi JIZUDZ123231D1 .lIZUD2QL'Ol JIZC7D2Jl2'Dl JI2UD2JQ:ZDZ ai S YI Lf S 5 Q E H S N if Q E E k Q S Q E S S3 E A Q A E51 S KI S A E S A E, S S PzimazaozirwriiovzvozicwzcicirzaozicwzaifzazvozirW1c2.'21zf7QzJrUzi5Zc1zvQzJrZM1czi'5z?banWfcJ Q55 DR. W. C. SCHAEFFER D E N T 1 s 'r Lorain County Bank BuiIding AMI-IERST, OI-IIO BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '45 WEBSTER PHARMACY "THE CORNER DRUG STORE" REGER 81 BINNIGER JEWELERS PERFECT DIAMONDS DEPENDABLE WATCHES 385 Broad St. 'Century Block ELYRIA, OHIO CHARLES A. 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Q S AMHERST, OHIO ANIIIERST, OHIO Q Q 3 K1 Q E Q SMITH and GERHART, INC. 5 W . . . S Q Loramfs Store of Quallty F ashwns E Q E Q COATS, SUITS Q ACCESSORIES LQ Q DRESSES Q YARD GOODS rg S g SHOES, HATS g DOMESTIOS 5 E' Q BOYS' 85 GIRLS' WEAR Q MEN'S WEAR E 'CQ bw 'QEDYDIZQJIZUDZIEOIZQJl2UD2Jl2?"017ZJl2UD27l2YOIZQJHUDZI270IZZl?0i JQUD27l2OIZQJlZUD21DYOlZQlfZUDZ7D?ZJQ Frank Mischka . .TF '. 'T ' .' 'ff .7'1' r'I'i" QQ' UT FARM BUREAU FRESH , SALT INSURANCE 'and SMOKED MEATS CLAYTON J. SPRIN-GER PURE KILN RENDERED LARD Phone 5053 AMHERST, OHIO 336 S. Main St. Amherst, O. Qltreger 8: Qieherinlq glilufucrs 182 Park Avenue Phone 483 AMHERST, OHIO THE BELL CO. Good Clothes ELYRIA, OHIO 419 Bdwy. Lorain, 0. Amherst is going stronger and stronger 'for Mis'chka's new, richly flavored ice cream. Its finer texture and richer Ibutterfat are making it the favorite. The same high 'grade ice cream used in our Nut Sticks, packages and fountain service. 'Try it yiourselfg you'1I soon taste the higher quality. Nothing like it ever piut over the counter in Amherst before 'MISCHKA'S RESTAURANT 8: ICE CREAM COIVIPLIMENTS OF PLATO COAL 81 SUPPLY CO. AMI-IERST, OHIO COMPLIIVIENTS OF Wagner 81 Aebersold AMI-IERST, OHIO I 'C 'KJ C P XJ Q1 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS 'Q gi OF OF gg B N nl T Kro er Grocer S g V C E BAKER B gi . n Q EAI 2 d Bakm Co. N ig an g OPTOMETRIST Qi Q Park Avenue S 5 AMI-IERST, OHIO Penh Ave. Amherst, Ohio g lx' Q S COMPLIMENTS C J Ehrman E Q U I Q Q REALTOR Q N eg DRS' C' H' ana GENERAL INSURANCE 5 SI S and ELSIE K. SNELL Phones 5533-5703 gl AMHERST, OHIO AIVIHERST, OHIO N W Q z I L C H Q S1 N Q FUNERAL HQME Fred Holzhauer E S Continuous Faithful Service BROWNBILT and BUSTER Q 5 Since 1914 BROWN SHOES Q 5 340 Park Ave Phone 425 ROBI-EE SHOES FOR MEN E AMHERST. OHIO Park Avenue Amherst, 0. 5 Lg We Need Your Head COMPLIMENTS E Q in Our Business OF Q my ' - fi gi SMITH 5 Zlmmerman S Union Barber Shop FOR SERVICE H AMHERST, OHIO AMHERST, OHIO S Q L3 2 COMPQQIENTS BEST wIsHEs TO THE Q Q CLASS OF '45 5 N Q 5 L C 1' S C I1 DR. H. N. UMIISTAIZTTER 5 . Q G1-0031-y VETERINARIAN S S AMHERST, OHIO AMHERST, OHIO N C l' I ' th N Q DECCA RECORDS Omp 'men S ,to e B Q SHEET Music Class of 45 E S Latest Radio Song Favorites at E E P R I T T I E ' S FURNITURE COMPANY Q ij BEN FRANKLIN STORE Chnfeh se. Phone 5662 Q Q Park Avenue Avnhenee, Ohio AMHERST, OHIO Q rx IQQZIZEJQODZEEJZQIZUD21Q?'OlZQJIZUDZQvKTJI7i'QJIZUDZQUQITZZJZJQCDZESIZQJIZUDZ-KQSIDI5-.QZZJQUAZEEQIXZS W E Q S Q Q D E 5 AMHERST, OHIO lb KJ QICZGZVOUl lQA'OZOOU GKQJUV Q lCZ'GKQ9 UZE O l fU GQ W. J. BODMANN 81 COMPANY Q BILL'S SHOP FOR MEN E MEN'S and LADIES' APPAREL PHONE 6 7 72 CLASS OF 1945 3 H success TO THE E E E We specialize in Watches and Fine E Jewelry Gifts for the Graduate. Q S The cw. A. Clark C... B Q JEWELERS Q Complete Optical Dept. gl DR. H. A. PUSTELL in charge E E Now Is The K1 4suuAnE Time to LZ A ' wzvznunufrn g I LLINBEVR " S "'QZT'T A COMMENCE S REPAIRS and REMODELING E 5 ROOFING - PAINTS - COAL is 5 The Amherst Lumber Co. Q Min Ave. Phone 431 Q AMHERST, OHIO 4 Y Broadway at '7t1h St. Lorain. O. R. J. Ehrlich Jeweler 22 I Church St. Phone 552 I AIVIHERST, OHIO We carry a complete line of Band and Orchestra Instruments, Music and Musicians' Supplies. Victor, Bluebird, Columbia, Okeh, Capitol, and Decca Records. WAGNEIPS MUSIC STORE 309 Broad St. Elyria, Ohio Q D ATTEND N E E Q O E B si school arrangements. E E ,E for information Hundreds are needed--Positions are certain. Ask about ELYRIA BUSINESS COLLEGES 3-month, 6-month, and 8-month SUMMER SCI-IOOI..-Your chance. Send post card request i9QI2'DI7 QUDZ?OZAQUDZQ UD2D4Z QlEZQEI D2CX UDZDZl 7UODZD 0172 EIO QW?55lC53!7LZ?QlQUCfE3EVQQ1554 1 If A TELEPHONE SAVES TIME and MONEY The Lorain Telephone Co. IEJZWQQIQZQIC KQQQQIQIQ If' KLNQQLQM OFFICE SERVICE SUPPLIES DUPLICATING MACHINES and SUPPLIES COMPLIMENTS OF LEIMBACH SER VICE Your Sunoco Dealer Corner of Oberlin Avenue ancl Foster Park Roacl Telephone 3224 61 West Ave. Elyria, Ohio I-IERRINGTON TYPEWRITER SERVICE COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. A. H. Smith RIEPAIRING - SALES REBUILDING Phone 3478 208 9th St. Lorain, Ohio Realtor Best Materials Used WEAR-U-WELL SHOES Hugo Truscello AMI-IERST, OHIO THE AIVIHERST HARDWARE CO. General Hardware PLUMBING and HEATING Phone 409 AMHERST, .OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. A. F. McQueen AMI-IERST, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF O. H. BAKER Furniture Store Park Avenue AMHERST, OHIO COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF F 0 X Funeral Home AIVIHERST, OHIO rc 51355 IN A IQ L3 Ti Q, ti PJ sl? fl B A Q G e G It sl A FS Q fi N A fi U ,lx fl A ml H Eh IQ IX N 6 53 I Q A I I It A I3 Li Xl A EQ Il 5-4 If S A Fw H B L5 Q F A S N mi ai Ziiutjiiiitvzifzir2OLiQ2j?jIZJuUQ,atixgg2H1QUQQQQiv1ZHJ12f1x4IjgU2nJug7.oz1Ei52?24ZJtEU2EEiS?5EfQ L-, M X34 E ing for business school graduates. You may enter in June or September. if T S Elf Eg! AMI-IERST, oH1o Q-. SI VENETIAN BLINDS U, il Don Frederick , f ,.,, , ,I . , ,,,, I, , .,,- 7,4 I , I , , -Y -V P, L-VV' 5251 'If QfJLQgQQQQg.IKVVg,ly6FfQi,lL4v If Al fflIAZ3'lQigfQM2Q4Il!QZZIQS ILZQLJYJLQMQ-.,iK AJ HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ti rw ,J ,J Fat fr - ll In the days ahead, special training will be needed as never before. ng' E1 After the war is over only the well-'trained person will be considered for the better positions. EI N 5, I N Qu Get your training for one of the many good positions that are call- KJ Si - WRITE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION - Q J bl be Il THE OBERLIN SCHOOL OF COMMERCE N. OBERLIN, OHIO Nl E Engravings In This Book BEST wisruss TO THE S by CLASS OF '45 I It INDIANAPOLIS GUGDSPEEWS rv ENGRAVING COMPANY 50 to 51 Store X I J Linoleum COMPLIMENTS Rucs and CARPETS 01: BAETZ Q Phone 3353 I54 E.. Martin St. Q AMHERSTy OHIO AMHERST, oH1o 5 AMHERST CHARLES EBBS BAKERY S MEN'S and WOMEN'S Like Mother used to bake is E WEARING APPAREL Q the claim of many bakers'-but one bite of our luscious product' will prove it. 5 AIVIHERST, OHIO I AMHERST, OHIO 231541515 -55125-0ZQK?'157ffU4JQ42ZE27 YVZZYQVUQZLXLQIWUUQQZEYKPI'W Z?2UC7D3W'Pl2Z3QC7MI217753712129-9272257 If


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