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Page 17 text:
lass of 1950-As juniors . . .
First row, left to right: Ray Urig, Pauline DeChant, Beverly Stack, Barbara Bungart, Ellen
Wtilfe. Ruth Voytek, Bill Oebker, Miss Richmond, Advisor.
Second row: Lois Papp, Elaine Field, Celia Gavorski, Mary I.ou Kelling. Anna Mae Forthofer,
Third row: Evelyn Peck, Stella Hricovec, Arlene Thome, Donna Richards, Marjorie Hart.
Fourth row: Connie Hubbard, Allen Horwedel, Roger Weiss, Daryl Bishop, Ted Stumphauzer,
The junior Class, with Miss Richmond as their advisor, had a busy and successful year.
The class elected officers for the first term as follows: President, Barbara Bungartg VicefPresif
dent. Ellen Wtilfeg Secretary, Bob Conrad: and Treasurer, Ray Urig. At the beginning of the
second semester they held re-elections with the following results:
President .,,..,.,,.. ......... .,,.,,,,....,,......,...,..,,....,,...,.....,,...,,...,....,....,...,.,.,.,. B a rbara Bungart
VicefPresident .,..... ......., E llen Wtilfe
Secretary ..............,......,,..,....,... .,,,.....,,....,,....,. ....,., . , .. Beverly Stack
Treasurer ....,,...,......,,..,, ...,,...,, . . .......,.....,...,............,.......,...., Ruth Voytek
Council Representatives ...............,........,..,.. Pauline DeChant, Bill Oeblter
The juniors presented as their class play, "Aunt Cathie's Cat," a threefact comedy. All the
cast had fun taking part in it.
The class sponsored a Halloween Dance which offered all present an exciting happy time.
The juniors planned their Prom in the theme of a Mardi Gras with riotous gay colors, balf
loons. confetti, etc., to add atmosphere to the school gym. The "jubilaires" added romance with
their sweet and melodious rhythms. The chairmen of the committees for the Prom were: Decora-
tions, Pauline DeChantg Orchestra, Barbara Bungartg Programs, Mary Lou Kellingg Table Ar'
rangements, Donna Richards: Food, Beverly Stackg Flowers, Marjorie Hart. Every member of
the class served on one or more committees.
Ted Stumphauzer represented the class in the band. Most of the boys participated in athletics.
Barbara Bungart, Pauline DeChant, Mary Lou Kelling, Connie Hubbard, Ted Stumphauzer.
Elinor Haller. Bill Cebker, Ruth Voytek, and Lois Papp were in the Dramatics Club.
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Last Will and Testament of the
Class of 1949
, Loretta Aukschun, bequeath my stately height to Betty Jane Smith.
, Marcella Balmert, bequeath my love for school life to Owen Cory.
, Darwin Bliss, bequeath my athletic prowess to my brother Cy.
, Aloysius Bommer, bequeath my butch haircuts to Burton Woodside.
, Robert Conrad, bequeath my curly hair to Art Buehner.
, Charles Cory, bequeath my manly physique to Jacque Jacobs.
, Glenn Downey, bequeath my acting ability to Ray Urig.
, Lila Gutzman, bequeath my knowledge of shorthand brief forms to Margie Hart.
, Bernie Klingshirn, bequeath my attractiveness to girls to Thomas Schmidt.
, Marian Kookas, bequeath my singing voice to Ellen Wolfe.
, Leonard Marx, bequeath my pacific nature to Bob Conrad.
, Lester Nagel, bequeath my unpolished shoes to Jack Smith.
, Nadine Pape, bequeath my love of sports to Dorothy Wearsch.
, George Peak, bequeath my quiet ways to Chuck Bommer.
, Robert Peck, bequeath my desire to travel to Bill Oebker.
, Lowell Putzier, bequeath my sense of rhythm to Gene Riegelsberger.
, Frank Renusi, bequeath my skill in driving a Ford to Marvin Gundersen.
, Margaret Roth, bequeath my cheerleading technique to Bonnie Reed.
, Philip Schmitz, bequeath my ability to referee to Allan Horwedel.
, Reynold Schwartz, bequeath my broad shoulders to Ted Stumphauzer.
, Mary Urig, bequeath my petite figure and big brown eyes to Connie Hubbard.
, Ralph Wearsch, bequeath my shyness to Sis Gavorski.
, Betty jane Whitworth, bequeath my skill on skates to May Ella johnson.
, june Windram, bequeath my calm, steady nerves to Anne Pickering.
We, "The Forty-Niners," bequeath our senior prestige and all honors thereunto
appertaining to the class of 1950.
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Class of 1951-As Sophomores . . .
First row, left to riglili Dorothy Vvfearseh, Pat Leonard. janet Dysckowslu. Darlene Frey. :Xliee
Villar, Mr. Koppenhaler, advisor. I
Scroml row: Bill Hagedorn, Chuck Boinnier, Rose Klein, Shirley Moore, May Ella johnson.
Marilyn Mitchell, Gene Reigelshcrger. I 1
Third row: -lini Linehack. Richard Aulcsehun, Burton Wmiridside, Cv Bliss, Arthur Buehner
The sophomores elected their class officers as follows:
President .... ..,, , , , , . .. ,. . ,, ,,,. .. Cy Bliss
Vice President .,,. ,... ..,, , . . .lim Linehaek
Secretary , , . .....,.. , ,. ,. , . ., janet Dysekowski
Treasurer ..,,......., ,. ,,,.. , ..,.... ,, . Alice Villar
Council Representatives . . , .,.. Rose Klein. Burton Vhiodside
Vv'e sponsored a Christmas Dance on December 13, 1948. Our hrilliant scarlet and white
class sweaters arrived in November. The sale ol Tfshirts and head scarves hel ed huild ua the
The new students this year were: Alice Villar from Lakewood, Ohio: Ar! Buehner from
Benedictine High School in Cleveland: and Dorothy Corriveau from St. Mary's in Akron,
Vv'e had Room 9 as our home room. Mr. Chris Koppenhafer was our elasa advisor.
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