Cuyahoga Falls High School - Cuyahogan Yearbook (Cuyahoga Falls, OH)

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If Qi viva ii' l L...,. -Mi 1947 CUYAIIUGAN f SRM if QRS TNA LSSES CUYAll0GA ' ALLS H. S ,. . , .,,,A,,, WHY A77- -WN. N ,.,...,,, , nf m,.,,.., ,.. Y mv., , .. wk, 4 4 "iLx ' 4 iv rf I, .-5 .', 2r:g""m,,,,1 ' gil Ti Mt Wg: I JN, Z F ' MVN 1, 4 S ' 2 , W 3 'Y ' 1 .ag gg' ' , 1,11 M, - 1 f'Qf:'ur 'fm if E ysf-A , QVN N ,i .. .- gb ,!,., , in 3... , .ul L7 Qmtlgmkm M U ww-1. , ,Tb IFN L1 F 9 Y ,swzgf 3- . - T .5 xr af . . ,,- N . V 3 V. .gkgaiw :QL fr A - ,Jfigag ,f ms?- 25 , W Wor ,go X X xixxxfxx A xx f' -.F-., W Ki'f'4',' A , A QA:,.L.- inf , in .v, E '25, 1 if bw mf, Q- mf Q P if-XA JZOVQYJUOV N our World today the school has become not only a place of gaining intellectual and physical, development but also an opportunity for obtaining a social training. These features of our academic World have joined as one. VV e find We cannot separate them. There are many parts or groups Which must be considered in order to have a complete picture of our World in which We live. This is, We feel, as it should be. Instead of Waiting until We have graduated to live, We are living now, learning to meet and Work With others in class room and in social groups. For the past four years the classes of january and Iune of 1947 have been a part of such an interwoven pro- gram, and We hope We have contributed as much as We have gained from it. The job of making a permanent record has been intrusted to us and We have done What We could. But in the hands of the reader lies the task of judgment. We invite you to brouse through our Work and Weigh it with sympathetic consideration. l 311 ehicatiun Miss FERN NAOM1 SWIGART Miss Swigart, head of the Home Economics department of Cuyahoga Falls High School, graduated from Wittenberg College in June, 1924 and began teaching at our school in 1928. She was a member of many teacher's organizations, and took an active part in her church work. At school, she taught Home Economics and English, and sponsored the National Honor Society. Her passing is a great loss, both to the students and faculty, who miss her quiet friendliness, and guidance. The staff of The Cuyahogan feels that the least it can do is dedicate this book to our beloved friend and teacher, Miss Fern Swigart. 5 Academics Graduates Classes Activities Sports fig . , , V Wf . ACADEMICS 7 Board of Education George G. Stein, Wade Johnson, Victor Moore, A. Gracia C. A. Huston Cljresidentj. 8 AdllliHiSl ration wb' i wil' Mu. ROBILRTS Superintendent MR. S'1'L1Nr1AU1Q MR. DLWIT1' Assistant Superintendent Principal, High School 9 Falls Faculty 1946 - 1947 MIKS. ELIZABETH ELLIS, B. S. MR. R. B. l'l12USFR, B. A., B. S., M. A. Psyvlmfogy Dum of Boys Dram of Girls Arfivifics Bilxinvxs Maimgrfr Sfmlwif Cozznril Srizior and Fl'l'Xl1llIl1I1 izflrixw' MRS. MAIKJORIli CANNON, B. S. MR. C. B. ENiM1iRICK, A. B. Pfyysinzl Edzimfirm English 10flJ Grade xponxor IZA sjionxor MIKS. MAIKX' CARTER, B. S. MISS HELEN ERF, B. S English Algelira 10th Grade sponsor Latin 12A sponsor Y-Teen adviser 10 Falls Faculty 1946-1947 M155 Loulsl-1 lfl.1n:KINr.1-R, B. A., M, A. MRS. liLEANOR HAc11.1.151x1ug1.li, B. S. ' Ifuglixfv Uf'1'1111111 11111 1'1111fix 111 ljnglisln lll'tll'bt'I'Xl Sofia! Cl0IlIIIIfffl'l' IZA xjmzzxoz' Miss Ev11Lx'N llABLRKOST, B. S. MR. C. R. l'lIjNDlllClliS, B. A. Tyj1i1zg Sfmly H1111 Sl70l'fZ7lIl71f A4'liz'ififfx M1111agz'1' 12B XPOIIXUI' .PW mv- MR. C. A. HINKLE, B. S. MR. PAUL Hum-', B. A., M. A. Sz'iz'114'1' ATifl7lIIl'fft' Iiiology Algvbra 10lb cilllllffl xj11111.w1 40fb Gradv SIJUIIXOI' Miss MARGARL1' HO1.SI', B. A., M. A. MRS. VERGIL IRWIN, B. S., M. A Sindy Hall English 9fb C?l'l1d!?Sl70l1SOl' Hvad of English Dfpf. 11 5 Fal ls Faculty .1 946 - 1947 Mu. Louis ju1LLL11A'1', B. A., M. A. Miss Jo51iPH1N14L Lum.. B. M., M. A. Mafl1f'111afifs Musif' SnA1n'rz'isor f.fL'0IlIK'f1'-Q' Griffey Club adyisw' Mr. ROBERT LI-1141, B. S. MR. C. D. N1CCI.ANAPIAN, B. A., M. A Sf'jI'lIt'l' Offinr Pl'llC'fil't' Clwzflixfry B00kkl'!'l7i11g IZA .YIJOIISOV Ofaio Hisfory Mu. R. B. MCCUS1S1iX', B. S. Miss Muamm M1LL1a1x, B. A. Maflnvzzafirx Hisfory C:l'fIIIIf?fl'jf' EC0lZOHlfl'S Algebra 12B sponsor 11173 Graffv sjmnxor Mr. ALBERT M1LLER, B. S. Mus. LILLIAS MIQHLLL, B. S. Wfooflworlz. Latin 9fb Grade XIJOIISOI' Englixb Algebra 9ffJ Grade' SIPOIZSOI' Boosfer Club adviser 12 Falls Faculty 1946-1947 MR. ROBIERT NlOS'l'1il.I,l-QR, B. S. MR. WADE MOX'lTR, B. S. Algebra Mefal Work 9flJ Graa1'a' sponsor 10flJ Grade sponsor Hi-Y adviser Tvavbafrs' Social Conzmiffaw' Miss MAURINIZ MQTSIQNBOCRER, B. S. MRS. MARY NEW'STETTER, B. S., M. S History Typing Soriology Sborfbanal 9fl2 Graalv xlrmzmr llflz Grazala' xjxoazxor Clvafm'-lrazalvr a1al1'ixa'r MR. DONALD PALM, B. S. MR. ARTIiUR PFFBLIZS, B. A., M. A. Ma'flJa1nia'al DYLllL'lllg Gafogralnpy 12B sponsor llflv Graalc' SPOHXOP' Miss NIARY O. PATTON, B. A., B. S.. M. A. MRS. HARRIET PIGOTT, B. A., M. A. Librarian Latin llflv Graala' sjmnsor Lalin rlulz llL1l'iXl'f Ta'a1cbf'rx' Soriazl C0111 zazifivf' l 3 Falls Faculty 1946- 1947 MRS. MARIAN RAUSCH, B. A. MR. DONA1.D RIPLEX', B. S. English History llfh Gfdflll' XPOYISOI' 12A ypgnjgy MR. ROY REYNOLDS, B. A., M. A. MRS. BERTH.A ROCKXVELI., B. A., M. A Inxtrzinzvntal Mnxiz' Cjyjm History 10tl2 Graaff' sponsor Miss SALLIE SEARS, B. A., M. A. English Latin Year Book MR. EUGENE SHANK, B. A.. M. A. History Visual Education 12B sponsor 14 MRS. DORIS SIDNELI., B. S. Sawing 9th Grade sponsor Senior adviser Honor Society adziisrr MR. C. C. SPESSARD, Physical Eclnca tion Football Coacla B Falls Faculty 1946-1947 MRS. ALBERTA THOMPSON, B. S. MR. JOHN WATSON, B. S. Foods Ploysiml Education Holm' Living Foolliall and Baskelball Coaob English llflo Grarir' sponsor MR. L. D. WATSON, B. S., M. S Tt'Hl'l7!'I'X, Soriizl COIIIi7liffl'4' Biology Tf'dFhl'f.Y, Sofiai Coiizziiiffvr' MISS MARGARE'l' XlVAI.IACiF, B. A. English Sllumislz MR- EARL XVFLKFR, B- S- MRS. KATHRYN XVYIKE, B. A., M. A. Geo IlI!'fl'j' Spgpc-lg Trigonometry Dmmafjyg 12B sponsor Four Square adviser MR. L. A. XVHHATLY, B. A. MRS, ORA ZIMM1-QRfv1AN Pf0J'sif's Visiting Teuviufr Sc'ic'nc'e llfb Graaff' sponsor l 5 SECRETARTAL STAFF: Qleft to Flgllfb Mrs. Wattkiiis, Miss McClintock, Miss Scarem Standing: Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Blankenship, Mrs. Cartwright, Mr. Inskeep. OFFICE ASSISTANTS: Seated Qleft to rightj Donna Stewart, Joanne Duvall, Phyllis Peebles, Joan Gray, Joann Brunner, Nedra Brady. Yvonne Edwards. Standing: Sara Walters, Barbara Schneider, Nancy Hendershott, Julia Ruckman, Susan Duffy, Mary Ann Moore, Patricia Bayle MAINTENANCE STAFF: Qleft to rightj Dwight Forest, George Rush, Frances Crago, David Repperd, Charles Cooley, Howard Fox, Emory Wfilkinson, Richard Briggs. 16 Cuyahoga Falls GRADUATES Senior Class Officers June BOB WOODRUFF, Treaxzzrrr PHYLLIS XVOJHOSKI, Sccnffary NANCY DAVIS, Vice P1fesidr'11f DON MITROVITCH, 1'residw1f January DANIEL SMEARMAN, President MzXRY ANN MOORE, Secrcifwy ALTHA PEARSON, Vice Presielenz' GEORGE PINKERTON, Treasurer January 1947 CHARLES BENNETT, Machinist. ROBERT BORGEN, Agricultural work, Boys' Glee Club, 3,4. M x , XVILLIAM CARMER, Machinist. JOHN CROY, Lawyer or Engineer, Tiger Tales Staff, 4. RICHARD DEWHIRST, Radio Croonerg Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4g Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, 4, Ram- shackle Inn, 4. JESSE FRIEDMAN, Doctor: A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Latin Club, 3, Tiger Tales Staff, 4. 5, 1 DONALD FULLERTON, Chemist, Honor Society, 3, 4, President, 43 Science Club, 3, Secretary, 3, Swimming Team, 3, 4, Band, 1, Z, 3, 45 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3g Yearbook Staff, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. ROBERT GRANT, Window Decorator. RICHARD HAMMOND', Coach, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 45 Boosters, honorary, 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD HARTLEY. JOHN INGRAM, To be successful, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Boosters. honorary, 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball, 3, 4. WILLIAM LUCE, Engineer, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Ram- shackle Inn, 4. i 1 9 CARL LUDWIGSEN, Public Accountant, Band, 2, Or- chestra, 1, 2, Ramshackle Inn, 4. HARRY MOORE, Engineering, Hi-Y, 2, 3. JERRY MORGAN, Professional Baseball Player, Baseball, 2, Ramshackle Inn, 4. JOSEPH PALMER, Make a Million, Boosters, 1, 2, Stu- dent Council, 4, Vice President, 4, Bantam Football, 1. GEORGE PINKERTON, Professional Army Officer, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Boosters, 2, Student Council, 2, 3, Vice President, 4, Treasurer of Class, 4. DUANE PLATT, Electrician GRANT REAGLE, Owner of a Greenhouse. DON RICHARDS, Money, Money, Wrestling Team, 1, Tennis Team, 4, Tiger Tales Editor, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. KENNETH ROWE, Merchant. JOHN SCHLEMMER, Psychiatrist, Wrestling, 1, Basket- ball, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, Honor Society, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, Chaplian, 3, Boosters, honorary, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4. CHARLES SENN, Owner of automobile agency. JAMES SHACKLEFORD, To be Worthy of himself, Man- ual Training High School, Louisville, Kentucky, 1, 2, Hi-Y, I 1, 2. 20 VERNON SHAYES, Marine. CHESTER SHOAF, Easy job with high pay. DANIEL SMEARMAN, Engineer, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball Manager, 1, 2, Bantam Football, 2, 3g President of class, 4. DONALD SMITH, Sports, Boosters, 2, 3, 4, Basketball manager, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4. PAUL TRUBY, Railroad Engineer, Ramshackle Inn, 4. EDWARD WALKER, Lawyer or Psychiatrist. JOHN WELCH, Engineer. DENNIS WILT, Forest Ranger, Hi-Y, 23 Ramshackle Inn, AGNES AIDELA, Secretary, Girl Reserves, 43 Girls' Glee Club, 3, 4. DORLEEN ANDERSON, Director of Religious Educa- tion, Latin Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Student Council, 45 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Band, 2, 3, 4, Ram- shackle Inn, 4. EULAINE ARBAUGH, Model. ALICE BACKUS, First Grade Teacher, Four Square, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. 21 BETTY BACKUS, Model, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, A Capella Choir, 4, Tiger Tales Staff, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. JOAN BOWMAN, Dress Designer, Boosters, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Varsity Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. MARGARET BRETH, Journalism or Music, Four Square, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 2, 3, Tiger Tales Staff, 4. JOAN CARDWELL, Advertising, Boosters, 1, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, Tiger Tales Staff, 4. BETTY COVENTRY, Bookkeeping, Commerical Club, 3, 4. DOROTHY DAKOSKI, Stenographer, Boosters, 1, 2, 3, 4, Godey, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Varsity Cheerleader, 3, 4, Commerical Club, 2, 3, Tiger Tales Staff. A . f' ,.f.-lE:'f:1T,:', U ,I I w 4 'E -Z12s?fe2ss.2,21.'f-'K' f ' il1"1:f:"a,4if45w? Y ' YfI?f2Ej.1:2fi:sfiI'92' ' fy f " iilflfyafrf- - ' aifiiezilfe 493' ' Inn, 4. Club, 4. 22 shackle Inn, 4. ,ibn 75llC' .3 K E W' . 3 J Y 1 43 w " ' 5 ann, as ,M . MARJORIE DECH, Commerical Artist, Commerical Club 3, 4, Tiger Tales Staff, 4. EILEEN FRISBY, Housewife, Girls' Glee Club, 3, 4, Ram JEANETTE GIDLEY, Housewife, Girls' Glee Club, HELEN GRENFELL, Comptometer Operator, Boosters 1 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2, Four Square, 3, 4, Girl Reserves Z 3 4, Varsity Cheerleader, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4, Ramshackle JUNE HUMM, Office Worker. WILDA HURD, Dietitian, Commerical Club, 3, 4, Latin ROSEMARY JOHNSON, Stenographer, Godey Club, 2 Girls' Glee Club, 4. PHYLLIS JONES, Commerical Artist, Four Square, 3, 4 Tiger Tales Staff, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4 DONNA KIDWELL, Telephone Operator, Band, 1, 2, 3. self, Four Square, 4, Boosters, 2, 3, 4, Majorette, 2, 3, 4. EILEEN KNEIFEL, Buyer, Four Square, 3, 4, Vice Presi dent, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. ELIZABETH LAMPHEAR, Export Work, Latin Club, 2 Four Square, 3, 4, Honor Society, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. MARILYN LEES, Study Languages, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Four Square, 3, 4. DELORIS MILLER, Housewife, Honor Society, 3, 4, Tiger Tales staff, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. NORMA MITTELSTAEDT, Office Worker or Telephone Operator. MARY ANN MOORE, Own Horse Ranch, Boosters, 1, 2, 3, Four Square, 3, 4, Vice President, 4, Honor Society, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Orchestra, 1, Student Council, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Secretary of Class, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. ANN MOULE, North High School, 1, 2. JUNE NAMSICK, Office Worker. 23 ANNA KLIPPELL, Make Something Worthwhile of Her- DELORIS NEFF, Latin Teacher, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club, 3, 4, Tiger Tales Staff, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4. REBA NISBET,, Air Hostess, Four Square, 3, 4, Latin Club, 3, 4,5 Honor Society, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. ALETHA PEARSON, Buyer, Latin Club, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, 3, Honor Society, 3, 4, President, 3, Four Square, 3, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Vice President of Class, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. JULIA RUCKMAN, Pharmacist, Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. NINA MAE ROGERS, Nurse. ANTIONETTE PETROCELLI, Girls, Glee Club, 3 eeii fit' 3 BETTY TEEL. MARYELLEN SCHOENSTILIN, Radio Announcer, Ram- shackle Inn, 4. MARY ELLEN SHRIMPLIN, Air Hostess, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, Four Square, 4, Varsity Cheerleader, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. JACQUELINE SMITH, Bookkeeper. ROSEMARIE SMITH, Typist. JOAN TALMADGE, Air Hostess, East High School, 1, 2, Student Council, 2, Sponsors, Club, May Queen Attendent, Girls' Glee Club, 3, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. 24 :P ' HELEN UDELL, Doctoris assistant, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, :-Q: . Four Square 3 4 Ramshaekle Inn 4 JANET WALKER, Steno-typistg Four Square, 3, 4, Honor Society, 3, 45 Ramshackle Inn, 4. tary, 43 Ramshackle Inn, 4. 3, 4, Ramshackle Inn, 4. Xi- 5, 2 MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS, English Teacher, Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice president, 4, President, 4, Honor Society, 4, Chaplain, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, 43 Ram- shackle Inn, 4. These also Received Diplomas in January NICHOLAS NINNI BETTY LOU TEEL NORMAN LAND LUELLA L. MCINTYRE ROBERT LEWIS OWEN ANDREW THOMAS SILECCHIA JAMES SAMUAL CARDONE RICHARD HOMER DURST JAMES BIRNEY LEAS 25 SARA WATERS, Radio Dietitian, Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Honor Society, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Girl Reserves, 43 Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- LOLA WEAVER, Housewife, Four Square, 3, 4, Majorettc, Zin Memoriam Q I i 1 E E S l GEORGE ROBERT PINKERTON All of Cuyahoga Falls High School was shocked by the sudden death of this well known and well liked January graduate. "Pinky,', as he was known to all his friends, had just achieved a thing he had wanted a long time, his appointment to West Point, when he was called to a better world. He had studied many summers in Braden, Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, in his preparation for this appointment and had given up many summer en- joyments. As treasurer of his class he performed his duties well. To his classmates he will always be remembered as he was, a happy, laughing, likeable fellow. 26 June 1947 GORDON ACKERMAN, Football Coach, a good one that is, Booster Club, honorary, 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Navy. NORRIS ALBERS, Success, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, President, 3 Treasurer, 3, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 4 Treasurer, 4, Football Team, 3, 4, Reserve Basketball Team 2. ROBERT ALBRIGHT, Salesman. ROBERT ANDREAS, Photography, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4. BENITO ANTOGNOLI, Bar Tender, Booster Club honorary, 1,2,3,4, Football Team, 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD AUST, Electrical Engineer, Honor Society, 3,4 CLIFFORD BATTERSHELL. JACK BERNHART, Open business with brother or Pro- fessional Drummer, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Leader, 4, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT BERTKA, Certified Public Accountant, Boy's Glee Club, 2, 3. ROBERT BLANKENSHIP, Have my own business, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 1.2.3. DALE BOGGS, Draftsman. ROBERT BRICKNER, Student Council, 3, Football, 4. 27 RICHARD BYE, To be a mechanic. CHARLES CAREY, Writing, Tiger Tales Staff, Eclit0r,4. WILLIAM CHABOUDY, Have my own business organi- zation, Football, Varsity, 43 Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4. XVILLIAM COLEMAN, To be a doctor, Yearbook Staff, 4. WILLIAM CUNDIFF, To be successful, Hi-Y, Booster Club, Yearbook Staff, 4. , HARRY DAVIS To be a Football Coach- Football 1 2 I 3 4' Booster Club 1 2 3 4. Dramatics, 3,43 Ramshackle Inn, 4. ball Team, 4. Treasurer, 3. , Staff, 4, Orchestra, 1,2. 28 CRAIG DE LONG, Veterinarian, Science Club. wail? PAUL DE LONG, See the world, than settle clown to be 1 farmer, Booster Club, 1, Football, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 1 EUGENE DOMINIC, Pharmacy, St. Vincent, 1, 2, Foot RICHARD DONVDS, Statistician, Honor Society, 3, 4 ROGER DUKE, To be a Radio Announcer or a speaker DON ECKERT, Civil Engineer, Hi-Y, I, 2, 3, 4, Secre tary, 43 Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society, 3, 4, Trea surer, 3, President, 4, Football Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook RICHARD FARABEE, To get out of High School. RONALD FELMLY, Merchandise Manager, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Chorus, 1, Boyls Glee Club, 2, 3. FRED FELTON, Pharmacist, Booster Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Tiger Tales Staff, 4. RICHARD FORSHEY, Music Teacher, Band, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, A Capella Choir, 4. CARL FUERST, Coaching, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, Treasurer, 3, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4. ROLAND GAMBLE, Engineer, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 2, Vice President, 3, President, 4, Student Council, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major, 4, Operetta, 3, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Boy's Quartet, 3, 4, Trumpet Trio, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4, Tiger Tales Staff, 3, 4. JOEL GRAFTON, Business Man, Basketball Team. DEAN HAGENMAIER, Railroad Work, Boston Twp. School, Class Secretary and Treasurer. GERALD HART, Y Secretary, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Basketball, Baseball, 3, 4. RUSSELL HILBISH, JR., Mechanical Engineer, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, President and Vice President, 4, Student Council, 2, Honor Society, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Basketball, Reserve, 2, Varsity, 3, 4, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook, Editor in Chief, 4. JACK HOOKNWAY, Sales Engineer, Hi-Y, 2, 3, Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 2, Booster Club, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 2, Foot- ball, 1, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, Yearbook Staff, 4. ROBERT KOCHER, Automotive Physicist, Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, 2, Treasurer, 4, Glee Club, 2, A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Operetta, 4, Boy's Quartet, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4. 29 CHARLES KUNKEL, A Capella Choir, 2, 3, 4, Army 2 years. LYNN KURYLA, Make a billion and retire to California, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Football Manager, 2, 4, Football, 3, Booster Club, honorary, 1, 2, 3, 4. EUGENE McCOY, To be a teacher, Football, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club, 3, 4. DEL MCDERMOTT, Building Contractor. LLOYD' MCINTIRE, Minister. EDWARD MASSIC, Aviation, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Latin Club, 3, Tennis Team, 3, 4. ALLEN MATTHEWS, Go to college and be successful, Booster Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4. MARTIN MEGENI-IART, To tour the country. WILLIAM MILLER. ELLIS MILLS, To be a Scientist, Latin Club, 3, 4. DANIEL MITROVICH, To be a composer, A Capella Choir, Chorus, Tiger Tales Staff, Yearbook Staff, 4. DONALD MITROVICI-I, To be prop. man at the Roxy, Booster Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, I-Ii-Y, 3, 4, Dramatics Club, 3, Vice President, Football, 1, 2, 3, 49 Wrestling Manager, 1, Tennis Team, 3, Class President, 4. 30 KENNETH RANKIN, Get Booster Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, Z, Central High School, President of Freshman Megaphone Club. my own business, Hi-Y, PAUL REID, Doctor: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Quartet, 4, Operetta, 4. FREDRICK SCHULLERMAN, Football, 3. ' DALE SCOTT, To be a success, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2, President, 3, President, 4, Booster, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, Operetta, 3, Tiger Tales Staff, 4. DUANE SCOTT, Aeronautical Engineer, I-Ii-Y, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Football, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, President, 4, Basketball, 4. THOMAS SHERRARD, Aeronautical Engineer. 31 WILLIAM NOSTRAND, Interior Decorator Booster Club 1, 2, 3, Honorary. ROBERT MOOSE, Traveling ADLEY NATHAN. Teaching THOMAS PARROT, Commerical Contracting JACOB PFEIFFER, Business Man ROBERT PROCTOR, Be a Y M C A Secretiry Booster 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Sergeant at Arms 3 Footbill Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Tennis Team .. W. MARVIN SINCLAIR, Not sure about that, Frosh Y, 1. JAMES SLOAN, To get Marriedg Band, 1, 2, 3, A Capella Choir, 4. CHARLES SMITH, Electrician, Chorus, 1, 2, Boy's Sr. Glee Club, 3, 44 Visual Aid Department, 3, 4. GLENN SMITH, Beat Rockefeller's goal of 105 million in one year, Buchtel High School, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 1, 2. HARRY SMITH, Mechanic. ROY STOHLQUIST, Chemical engineer, Science Club, 3, 4. MERLE SWARTOUT, Lawyer, Orchestra, I-Ii-Y. Honorary, 1. JOHN TIMMONS. GILBERT TOMPKINS, Railroad. RALPH TROWBRIDGE, Mechanical Engineer, Stow Hi-Y, 1, 2. RONALD WARMAN, Electronic Engineer. 32 CHARLES TAYLOR, To be a great Coach, Booster Club, NORMAN WESTON. STEPHEN LEE WHITEMAN, Medicine, Latin Club, 4, Science Club, 3, Dramatic Club, 2. WARREN WILSON, Radio or Chemical Engineer, Latin Club, 2, Hi-Y, 2, Honor Society, 4. JOE WINNEY, Architect, Band, 1, 2, Orchestra, 1, 2. RONALD WINSLOW, Salesman, Garfield Band,1, Cuya- hoga Falls Band, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WOODRUFF, To be a doctor, Booster Club, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Honor Society, 4, A Capel- la Choir, 3, 4, Latin Club, 3, Football Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer, 4. ROBERT WOOLAM, Doctor, Tiger Tales Staff, 4, Senior Class Editor. JAMES YOCKEY, Earn a million bucks, Hi-Y, 1, Z, 3, 4, Chaplain, 1, Secretary, 2, Press Club, 3. CARL ZELLERS, Accountant, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Football, 3, 4, Booster Club, 3, 4. WILLIANI ZRELAK, Own my own business. CONLON ANDERSON, A Kindergarden Teacher, Gocley Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, All Girl Choir, 4, Girlis Glee Club, 4. SHIRLEY BAKER, A Buyer, Y-Teen, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, 4. 33 LAURA BECK, Dress Designer. BETTY BEE, Stenographer, Girl Reserves, 1. MARAIORIE ELEANOR BEVAN, Interior Decorator, Art Club, Sewing Club at Whittici' jr. High School, In- terior Decorating at Fairfield High, -IEANNINE BONWEN, To Be A Designer. BERTHA BUEHL, Nursing. RUTH BUTLER, Singer, Godey, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, A Cap- pella Choir, 3, 4, Operetta. M.. an 'Q 1, if 5 Y S . eeieei , . f' 'ii jg , "' W' ff ,gj ii 'IQ JOANNE CHANDLER, Beautician, Booster Club, 4 Commercial Club, 3. DOLORES CHRISMAN, Psychology Teacher, Girl Re- serves, 3, 4, Staff Paper, 4, Year Bools Staff, 4. RACHEL CLAY, To Be A Missionary. JANE CLAYPOOLE, You're wondering too?, Boosters, 2 3, 4, Y-Teen, 1, 2, 3, 4, Central High A Cappella Choir 2, Honor Society, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4. DONNA MAE COAKLEY, Secretary. DOROTHY COBB, Clinical Psychologist, Latin Club, 2 Girl Reserves, 1. 34 SHIRLEY COSTICK, To Go To Ohio Wesleyan, A Ca- pella Choir, 3, 45 Godey Club, 3, 4, President, 4. SHIRLEY CRADDOCK, House Wife, All Girl Choir, 2. JOSEPHINE DAVID, General Office Work. NANCY DAVIS, Interior Decorator, Girl Reserves, 2, 3 45 Boosters, 3, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Honor Society, 3, 4 Vice President, 43 Class Vice President, 4. DELORES DEGRELLA, Dress Designer, Booster, 2 Godey,3,4. MARY ANNE DOTSON, Laboratory Tecbicinn. YVONNE EDWARDS, Model, Boosteis, 2, 3, 4. SUZANNE ELLSWORTH, Social Worlserg Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Student Coun- cil. 2, 3, Secretary, 2, Four Square, 3, 43 Honor Society, 3 4 , . NANCY EVERHART, Doctor, Godey Club, 3, Latin Club, 34 Girl Reserves,2. RUTH FELDMAN, To seek the world, to find my man, Girl Scout, 1. SHERRIE FOLAND, Senmestress and Study Foodsg Latin Club, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY FRAZER, Secretary, Godey Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, 4. 35 ETHEL FULLEN, Educator, Godey, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club, 3, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Operetta, 3, 4, Year Book Staff, 4. BARBARA GOFF, Air Stewardess, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Boosters, 3, 4. JEANNETTE GOSHORN, Nurse, Girl Reserves, 2, All Girl Choir, 3, Girls' Glee Club, 3, 4, Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, Godey Club, 3, 4. MARTHA GOUDY, Modeling, Girls Glee Club, 2, A11 Girl Choir, 3. JOAN GRAY, Go on the stage or sing with a band, Latin Club, 2, Godey Club, 3, 4, Booster, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen, 3, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Operetta, 3, 4. SALLYANN GRAY, To go to California, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Godey Club, 4, Cheerleading, 3, 4, Honor Society, JOAN GREEK, Social Worlier, Y-Teen, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Honor Society, 4, Secretary, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY HAIDNICK, Beautician, A Capella Choir, 1, Girl Reserves, 3. MARY LOU HAIDNICK, Private Secretary. JOAN HARRIMAN, To Be A Success, Godey Club, 4, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 4. JEAN ELIEN HEINTON, Journalism, Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Tiger Tales Staff, 4. NANCY HENDERSHOTT, Nurse, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, President, 4, Student Council, 3, Booster 2. 36 Manager. Honor Society, 3, 4. LOIS HILL, Secretary. BONITA HOLVEY, Secretary, Commercial Club 4 Gotley Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 43 Year Book Staff 4 MARY HURLEY, Laboratory Technician, Boostei Club 2, 3, 44 Y-Teen, 2, 3, 45 Four Square, 3, 4, Treasuier BETTE LOU JORDAN, Secretary, Commercial Club 3 Godey Club, 1, Booster Club, 2. GLEO KERNS, Bookkeeper or Stenograpberg Booster Club 2, 35 Commercial Club, 2, 3, Tiger Tales, 4, Business MARION KIMES, Office Workei'. ,S ' fiiig , fN fl KATHERINE KNOPP, Air Hostess. .Mk Q, Q.-if 4 Q x si if 7 - K 1 JEANNE LARUE, Architect. LENNY LAUDERMILK, Nurse. VICTORIA LEMICK, Office Work. DORIS LITZ, Air Hostess, Girl Reserves, 3, Latin Club, ROSANNE LOOP, Newspaper Work, Glee Club, 3, 4, Four Square, 4, Vice President, 4, Tiger Tales, 4, Year Book, 4, Latin Club, 2, 3, 4. 37 CECELIA MCCORMICI-I, To be a success in future life, Four Square, 3, 4, Boosters, 4, Y-Teen, 4, Year Book Staff, 4. PATRICIA MCGOWAN, Stewarclessg Y-Teen, 1, 2, 3, 4, Boosters, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Latin Club, 3, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Godey Club, 3, 4. MARY LEE MacCALLUM, Journalist, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, Four Square, 3, 4, Cheerleading, 3, 4, Captain, 4. BETTY MADISON, To be a co-ed, Gocley, 3, 4, Latin Club, 3, Boosters, 2, 3, 4. IRENE MAGEE, To Travel, Booster Club, 2, 3, A Ca- pella Choir, 3, 4, All Girl Choir, 3, 4. MARIAN MALLISON, Cc-inmercial Artist. I ts. s I ,,', elei ' PATRICIA MERRELL, Commeicial Artist, C1111 Rescues, 2, 3, 4, Godey Club, 4. ARDYTH MOORE, Designer, Gocley Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, Glee Club, 3, 4, Tiger Tales Staff, 4. JOAN MORGAN, Buyer, Tiger Tales Staff, 4, Gotlcy Club, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 3, 4. LEONA MORRISON, Private Secretary, Latin Club, 2, Y-Teen, 3, 4, Honor Society, 3, 4, Vice President, 4. LYNN NASTAS, Air Stewartlessg Twirling Corp Instruc- tor, 4g and Lincoln High School Clubs. DONNA NORRIS, Business Managing, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Booster, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, 4. 38 MARY JEAN OBERDORISER, Nurse, Latin Club, 3, 4, Secretar, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Godey, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 3, 4. JANET PAGE, Air Hostess, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, 4, Student Council, 3, Secretary, 3, Girl Re- serves, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, 4, Majorette, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE PARKS, Librarian, Honor Society, 3, 4, Tiger Tales Staff, 4, Desk Editor, 4, Junior A Capella Choir, 3. RUTH PAUL, Primary Teacher, Girl Reserves, 2 ,Booster Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Godey, 3, 4, President, 4, Honor Society, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Operetta lead, 4. LUCILE PETERS, Nurse, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Boosters, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Secretary, 4, Four Square, 4, Major- ette, 3, 4. NORMA PHILLIPS, Hair Stylist. , 5 BONNIE LOU PONTIUS, Doctor's Assistant, Four Square, 4, Treasurer, 4, Y-Teen, 3, 4. ZELDA POTTER, Interior Decorator, Tiger Tales Staff,4. MARGIE RARDIN, Dancing Teacher, Booster Club, 3, 4, Y-Teen Club, 2, 3, 4. JOANNE ROBERTS, Nurse, Boosters, 2, Girl Reserves, 4. DORIS SABO, Secretary or Model. MARIAN SANDUSKY, Laboratory Technician, Girl Re- serves, 2, 3, Girl Scouts, 1, 2, 3, 4. 39 BARBARA SCHNEIDER, Stenographer, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, 4 HELEN SHUFF, High School Music and Dramatic Tea cher, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Latin Club, 3, 4, Godey Club, 4, Booster Club, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, A Capella Choir, V. 3, 4. I JOHANNA SMITH, Court Worker, Honor Society, 3 4, Latin Club, 4. PATRICIA SNYDER, Housewife. MARCELLA SPOERNDLE, Housewife, Booster Club, 4. L K " ROSLYN SOKOL, Lawyer or Journalist on a Fashion Magazine, Booster Club, 3, Y-Teen, 2, 3, 4, Four Square, H 4, Tiger Tales, 4. 3 4 q C . tr S' "i I C r i .. I 3 C e ROSEMARY STILLWELL, Nurse, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4 Four Square Club, 4. MARGARET TAYLOR, Social Work, Booster Club, 4. EILEEN WALTON, Medical Technician. RUTH WARNER, To be a certain Mrs. C. MARCIA WEBB, Nurse, Booster Club, 3, 4, Godey Club 4, Honor Society, 4, Student Council, 4, Secretary, 4. BETTE WILLIAMS, Housewife. 40 , JUDITH WILLIAMS, Music, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Four Square, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, 4. BETTY WISSINGER, Housewife, Girl Reserves, 3. PATRICIA WOHLFORD, Social Wforkerg Four Square Club, 4, Girls, Glee Club, 3, 4. PHYLLIS WOJHOSKI, Secretary, Class Secretary, 4, Booster Club, 3, 4, Godey Club, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, Cheerleader, 3, 45 A Capella Choir, 3, 4. NORMA ZEISIG, Musician, Chorus, 3, 4, All Girl Choir, 4, A Capella Choir, 3, 4. DOLCRES ZIMMERMAN, Travel and Design, Girl Re- serves, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club, 3, 4, Four Square, 3, 4, Commercial Club, 3, Cheerleader, 3, 4, Tiger Tales, 4. Flhese also received diplomas at June Commencement: qquu RAMONA LACONI JOHN POULES WILLIAM RALPH STARR RICHARD' DENNIS WILT CAROL YOCKEY . ,,.. , .,,, 1 . ,,., V an - 1 awf's'1f asm --ie 'fin mv flag, 22 "" 7 I Starr Yockey 41 fun 007 0 PBIL As small children we never thought to look to the future. All that mattered to us was what was going on right at that particular moment. XVe lived from hour to hour. When we started in grade school, we thought about what was going to happen when we got home in the afternoon, or what we were going to do in school the next day. We lived from day to day. XVhen we got along further in grade school, in the seventh and eighth grade, we began thinking farther ahead. We cared about what was going to happen in the next week or so. We began thinking of other people besides ourselves. We were then living from week to wek. When we entered high school we were all in high spirits. "Here" we said, "are boys for girlsj to date, to talk to, to talk with." We began to look ahead, seeing the possibilities of molding our personality so that other people will "sit up and take noticen. In our Freshman and Sophomore years we lived for pleasure, dates, and fun. We lived from month to month. Then, all of a sudden, we were upperclassmen. That meant a new responsibility, a new dignity to uphold. We began thinking less about our present and more about our future, to plan it, to prepare for it, to make it something which we would be proud of. By the time we got through thinking about all this, we were seniors. Can you imagine? It sort of crept up on us. It hit us between the eyes: "This is my last year at high school". Then came pictures, name cards, announcements, and behind all this confusion were our friends with their colleges all picked out, their rooms reserved, their courses chosen. So we immediately set out to choose our "Institution of Higher Learning". Then we knew what we had been doing all our lives. We had been walking toward a door, a door about which we had never thought, what it had to do with our future, or what lay beyond that door. But now we are at that door. We reach out to it, and it will open. Our key is our high school diploma. And there are many roads beyond. Which will we take? The easy road to success? There is no easy road. We have to work for what we want. Those who are continuing their education can be thankful that they have the oppor- tunity to do so. Make the best of it. Those who are not going on to college remember that we get out of life only what we put into it. But to all of you I say: "Tread the road ahead carefully, for there are many pitfalls on the road to success". By Joan Gray 42 CLASSES TWELVE B's First Row: upper, Cleft to rightj William Shearer, Rita Lombardi, Elinor Carrigan, Marion Ashton, Phyllis Wells, Thomas Wood. Second Row: Donald Robenstein, James Prior, William Roush, Russell Sayers, Donald Shackelford, William Ramsey. Tfoim' Row: Richard Secrest, James Taylor, Prank Smith, Wilford Pennell, Earnest Holmes, Gene Pulley. First Row: lower, Qleft to rightj James Liles, Frank Barber, Dick Cunningham, Newton Baker, Russel McKitrick, Robert Dillard. Second Row: James Bales, William Little, Allan Hale, Richard Guillod, Don Bryant, Warren Andrews, Jared Clemens. Third Row: Robert Evans, Kieth Hnnt, William Bor- gen, Robert Myers, Thomas Murray, Richard Nichols, Robert Feucht. 44 TWELVE Bns T 'x I First Rolo: upper, Qleft to rightj Dolores Masuch, Viola Barker, Edith Cardwell, Francis Fredrick, Mary Ann Dawson, Phyllis Contessa. Srzwnid Row: Carolyn Cochran, Jo Ann Brunner, Mary Lou Hawley, Norma Davis, Jennette Breeze, Jean Hague, Marianna Glenny. Third Row: Jo Anne Kuethe, Phyllis Kulla, Barbara Sue Duffy, Phyllis Higley, Harriet Aekley, Ardis Burrough, Joan Eberly. Firsf Row: lower Qleft to rightj Garnet Moyer, Dorothy Reagle, Barbara Thomas, Wilnaa Meloy, Isa- belle Tighe, Phyllis Stroup. Sefoiizf Row: Gaynelle Mills, Vivian Yontz, Wiliama Thomas, Marilyn Pat- terson ,Dorothy Mathis, Julia Smearman. Tl1irJROzv: Wfilma Smith, Paula Pitkin, Marilyn Miller, Nancy Smith, Betty Naugle, Viola Shaffer, Hedvicka Lucas. 45 ELEVEN A's l L Fira! Row: upper, fleft to rightj Norma Weight, Rebecca Poston, Mary Lou Pipes, Jeanne Kenney, Joanne Moose, Joan Mitterbach, Janet King, Constance Guarnieri. SCF0710, Row: Ruth Lees, Jacqueline Owen, Ethel Kupperman, Mary Jane Knopp, Natalie Kenny, Mary Mathis, Laura Lee Ledrick, Phyllis Peebles. Third Row: Patricia Paquin, Eleanor Nemastil, Betty Phillips, Patricia Moreland, Jean Kling, Doris McGraw, Marjorie Mcllhattan, Marilyn Martine. Fozzrffa Row: Margaret Kirkland, Margaret Leh- man, Janet Karlheim, Nina May Phillips, Dorothy King, Bonnie Heck, Janet Lockenour, Judith Jordan, Lois Peterson. Firsf Row: lower, Qleft to rightj Morris Timberlake, Barbara Allport, Betty Adams, Nancy Albers, Lois Appleman, Paula Alexander, David Oberdorfer. Second Row: Dale Tener, Frederick Minardi, Paul Rich- ings, Michael Zampelli, Robert Tryon, Gene Trowbridge, James Snyder. Third Row: Reid Wheeler. Richard Olds, David Mittelstaedt, Jack Olhoeft, Donald Rexroad, Francis Wolcott. Fozrrfla Row: Richard Pizer, Ralph Thompson, Joseph Ware, Robert Wfalker, Wesley Silver, Robert Rayman. 46 ELEVEN A,s liirxf Rolf: upper, Cleft to rightj Patricia Warmuth, Dorothy Shoaf, Norma Tenney, Edwina Stoltz, Lois Renz, Marianne Uyldert, Virginia Snyder. Svvoml Row: Barbara Zents, Yvonne Young, Nancy Wiseman, Winifred Wileman, Maureen Willi, Mary Lou Simmons, Marian Thomas, Rose Stoffer. Third Row: Patricia Wiley, Patricia Tomlinson, Shirley Scott, Genevieve Schonauer, Margaret Wicks, Laura Wood, Eileen Warman, Margaret Van Ness. liollrfb Roux: Ruth Schmid, Joanne Wesley, Myra Raful, Betty Reed, Eilnor Walls, Jean Travis, Coral Stevenson. Firsf Row: lower, Cleft to rightj Dorothy Calvin, Clara Bcaty, Joanne Duvall, Nedra Brady, Virginia Coughlin, Patricia Bayle, Marjorie Flanigan. 81101151 Row: janice Cates, Jeanette Howard, Elizabeth Halliwill, Luella Harmon, Joan Higley, Marion Browning, Carolyn Howe. Third Row: Mary Cana- van, Marilyn Craft, Rita Haubert, Carol Jean George, Margaret Flanigan, Louise Ellimen, Norma Haggerty. 150111712 RUll'Z Mary Ellen Freeman, Yvonne Bingham, Patricia Connor, Ruth Dick, Lois Gatta. 47 ELEVEN Als Fits! Row: upper Qleft to rightj Dale Hiller, William Beatty, Eugene Eyler, Raymond Arthurs, Donald Dial, Arthur Beck, Jack Blubaugh, William Doctor. SFCOITIII Row: Donald Finefrock, William Falb, Edward Beam, john Ewart, Charles Cooley, Robert Berdyclc, Pat Costigan, Jack Burgan. Third Row: Charles Caruthers, James Forshey, Donald Ellis, Carl Bullock, Richard Dilts, Richard Crum, George Barrel. I"0lll'fl7 Row: Daniel Brady, Harold Clark, Warren Anderson, Paul Aust. Firm' Row: lower, Qleft to rightj Gerald Keys, Donald Leonard, Lyman Klewe, Ronald Livergood, Ed- ward Guinn, Richard Kies, Virgil Mast, Dean Haney. Seconcl Row: Hollis Grubb, Richard Jefferys, Robert Martin, James Huston, Russell McMannis, Fred Gilham, Gerald Matheny, Earl Holcomb. Third Row: George Loop, John Lange, Frank James, Robert Jacobs, Ronald Greenwood, David Lyons, Dale McClanahan. Fmzrflv Rolo: Jack Hibbard, Curtis Ivey, Ralph McMillian, John Henry, George Gates, Truman Hakes. 48 ELEVEN B's Firxf Row: upper Qleft to rightj Anita Aquillare, Nancy Fickel, Delores Canfield Patricia Carrigan, Joan Davis, Betty Crago. Semin! Row: Harry Thomas, Patricia Du- rant, Barbara Gilbert, Kathyrn Altfather, Mildred Bennet, jerry Flickinger. Third Rout Darl Spencer, David XVOFBIIILIH, Dale Poland, James Wolfe, Gerald Wolfe, John Trim- ble, Allen Truby. Firsf Roux: lower, Qleft to rightj Patricia Hinchee, Myrtle Middour, Wanita Owen Chloe McGill, Donna Stewart, Frances Scott, Beverly Housley. Sl'l'0I'It1' Row: Betty Waters, Mona Surdam, Mary Roach, Margaret Turner, Mary Namsick, -lane Shook, Joanne Lewis, Third Row: Donna Schaad, Donna Stewart, Mary Haynes, Joyce Mar- shall, Eileen Stonestreet, Caroline Tanney, Dicie Pulley, Helen Hensler. 49 -. 1 ELEVEN B's First Row: upper, Qleft to rightj Jackson Boltz, Robert Cooper, Joe Denning, Percy Grenfell, Lee Allen. Second Row: William Genung, James Clason, Richard Arnold, Richard Bissell, Adam Boraski, Jack Cartwright. Third Row: Verne Donnet, Herbert Ferguson, Robert Harrison, James Hillegas, Sydney Baker, John Banks, Dwight Harter. First Row: lower, Cleft to rightj David Sinclair, Karl Ruch, Bud Ruskin, Donald Rupert, Roger Owen, Kenny Hollow. Second Row: Gerald Hurd, Bill Jones, Jack Nel- son, Paul Huddleston, Richard Lautzenhiser. Third Row: Howard Parrot, Richard Shoults, Theodore Housley, William Knapp, Robert Jones, William Lloyd, William Rountree. 50 TEN Als Firxf Row: upper, Qleft to riglitj Mildred Lorentz, Janet Geister, Mary Lou Mackin, Dorothy Huff, Mary Ann Messer, Patricia Hawkins, Phyllis Leve. Sc'c'0mf Roux: Margie Geyer, Jeanne Laurian, Patricia Koch, Mary Kuder, Susan Heath, Sally Hemple, Betty Hambel, Mary Ann Lichi. Tlwirif Row: Neva Mellinger, Phyllis Hoover, Edith Henry, Jeanne Goodyear, Doris Jones. Barbara Morgan, Joan Kerns, Marian Keiffer. Fourfb Rauf: Betty Hanley, Marianne Mahaffey, Pat Frazer, Mary Lou Humphrey, Ellen Koenig, Shirley Koffroth, ldarnay Lovelace, Phyllis Klewe. First Row: lower, Qleft to rightj Shirley Turner, Sara Olson, Barbara Smith, Doris States, Joyce Stouffer, Nancy Schmidt, Patricia Rausch. Seroml Row: Patricia Nicol, Carolyn Sorg, Donna Morris, Alice Snyder, Marilyn Race, Mary Wickiser, Ann Walter, Carol Wert, Hazel Smith. Thin! Row: Patricia Wentz, Janet Wiley, Marilyn Pitkin, Joyce Myers, Patricia Rowles, Coletta Vance, Sue Prior, Marianne Wills, Kathleen Wood. Fourflr Row: Jeanette White, Betty Lou Young, Janet Pearson, Ruth Romans, Dorothy Sorenson, Barbara Nichols, Dorothy Spencer, Nancy Whorley. 51 TEN A's Firm' Row: upper, Qleft to rightj Janet Critchfield, Mildred Fischmann, Barbara Barker, Gracia Connor, Barbara Botzum, Mary Bunner, Betty Jane Cross, Ann Drake. Scfcoml Row: Russell Wolf, Harold Wizard, Sandra Ewald, Marilyn Baldwin, Bonita Ashurst, Mary Evans, Nancy Cummings. Third Row: Steve Wolford, Lee Ann Booth. Doris Clark, Betty Chaddock, Judy Falor, Carol Carpenter, Barbara Fleshman, Anna Baird. Fourth Row: Jean Bormuth, Marilyn Coulter, Mary Corey, Helen Casto, Barbara Carter, Ann Buchholz, Shirley Benfield. First Row: lower, Qleft to rightj Bob Johns, Wayne Bowen, Edwin Donaldson, Keith Calvin, George Anderson, Bob Arther, Edwin Gerow, Ralph Dicksinson, William Cobb. Second Row: Raymond Dominic, Donald Georgeoff, Bill Dover, David Bowers, Jack DeBuvitz, Robert Fleck, John Buettner. Third Row: Ronald Finnerty, William Derita, Ronald Casper, William Feldman, William Brown, Earl Frederick, Norman Gamble, Angelo Antognoli. F0llf1'fl7 Row: Bruce Fazenbaker, Thomas Baker, James Fergusson, Robert Dill, Douglas Fergusson, Ralph Bowmaster, Robert Forbes. 52 TEN A's Firsf Rowz- upper, Qleft to rightj Warren Oblisk, Chester Triplett, William Smith, Lee Ocker, Richard Shick, Bob Strecker, James Stratton. Scffoml' Row: Donald Wilson, Larry Summers, Robert Stallings, Theodore Vandevier, Ralph Reeder, John Trathen, Robert Sherbondy. Tlairn' Row: Robert Porter, Richard Paddison, David Riegel, James Wattleworth, Raymond Piper, Walter Paul, Raymond Rozar. Fmzrffa Row: Larry Wey- andt, Donald Shaffer, George Pfeiffer, Glen Trowbridge, Arthur Tiffan. Firxf Rows lower, Cleft to rightj Kenneth Noland, Donald Lamport, Dennis Neff, james Holden, Michael Gill, Ted Newcomb, james Korb. SI'COI7If Row: Fred Jennings, Thomas Gregor, Robert Greenwood, Carl Martin, Charles Lathrop, Francis Moran, Jack Hester, Wayne Hershberger. Tl7fl'LI, Row: David Kephart, Robert Lance, David Novkov, Robert Macy, John Myers, Fred Land, julian Johnson. Fourth Row: james Meck Albert Krebs, Raymond Givens, Donald Land, Robert johns, Jerold Kikendall. 53 TEN B's Firsi Row: upper, Qleft to rightj Carl Boyer, Williani Davis, Robert Blocksom, Wil- liam Froelich, Robert Dick, Donald Blundell, Second Row: George Caiola, David Gould- ing, Richard Bentley, Thomas Brosch, Richard Carey. Tfaird Row: Paul Beyler, John Griffith, Richard Gidley, Paul Ertley, Richard Boggs. Fourfh Row: Clarence Case, Jack Jones, Edward Fullerton, Neil Hulick, Thomas Jones, Albert Arralla. First Row: lower, fleft to rightj Shirley Holtz, Nancy DeGraff, Laura Graham, Lois Gardner, Joy Chadwell. Second Row: Harriet Fox, Nadine Fisher, Lucille Carson, Susan Buss, Carol Hinchliffe, Rosemary Bumgardner. Third Row: Joanne Kalbaugh, Phyllis Hendricks, Maureen Bonsteel, Patricia Benway, Ann Fisher. Fozzrfh Row: Irene Lauder- milk, Marlyn Laughlin, Virginia Daugherty, Pauline Beyler, Barbara Lamphear. 54 TEN B's J f,.k, .a,1v4.,. ,,,.., gi A My Ifirxf Row: upper, Qleft to rightj Richard McGinty, Stanley Sayer, Roger Marlarte, Paul Wallace, Annsley Pye, Arthur Perkins. Sl'l'0lIIf Row: Chester Massic, Alan Robin- son, Eugene Kilbourne, Lawrence Walker, Paul McKitrick, Jerry Lowe. Third Row: George Walton, Robert Runkle, James Megenhardt, William Wilcox, Earl McAfee, James Taylor. Fourfb Row: James Smith, Walter Masuch, Ronald Render, Robert Powell, Bernard Londa, Phillip Smith. First Roux: lower, Qleft to rightj Ann Woodling, Dorothy Rexroad, Juanita Smith, Barbara Windle. Secomf Row: Phyllis Roberson, Ruth Walus, Darleen Williams, Mar- garet Wagoner, Leatha Riggs. Third Row: Carol Moles, Helen Van Ness, Marilyn Will, Margaret Spence, Jane Sharp, Anita Penrod. Fonrfla Row: Dorothy Morgan, Joyce Piper, Geraldine Price, Marjorie Medwig, Nancy Ryan, Sally Pyers. 55 NINE Ass lfirxf Row: upper, Cleft to rightj Muriel Rogers, Marjorie Sanders, Rachel Stouffer, Doris Moore, Ellen Wfilkinson, Marcia Wittibslager, Barbara Aberlin, Janet Shaw. Svuoml Row: Mary Ann Smith, Constance Williaiii, Nancy Rohrbacher, Patricia O'Meara, Lorna Zimmerman, Ruth Shearer, Luella Smith, Joan Wright, Barbara Veninger. Tbiru' Row: Mildred Tobey, Shir- ley Stephens, Mildred Shook, Nancy Rubright, Ann Sharp, Claire Wolf, Gladys Petrca, Shirley Williaixis. Fourth Row: Nancy Stillwell, Mary Rogers, Jeanne Staats, Betty Toomey, Carol Sutliff, Betty Jane Roach, Beverly Winafeld. Firsf Row: middle, Qleft to rightj Marilyn Conn, Mary Lou Anderson, Gretta Bee, Kay Curtiss, Jerry Wurzbacher, Joyce Fergancher, Margaret Baker, Marilyn Baltz, Carol Averill. Second Row: Beatrice Evans, Mary Beal, Patricia Bordenkircher, Jacqueline Davis, Doris Burger, Antonette Comeriate, Kyle Worrall. Third Row: Delores Carper, Phyllis Bond, Phyllis Clay- ton, Patricia Clark, Patricia Creed, Carol Adams, Don Young. Fourlfr Raw: Robert Yale, Mary Cross, Marjoris Clark, Joanne Dunn, Nancy Dawclson, Betty Berry, Frances Beam, David Xvfigllf- l-'irxi Row: lower Cleft to rightj Laura Neptune, Maxine Huntsman, Iileanor Loewing, Julia Mathers, Roberta Jacobs, Lo- retta Loach, Julane Garvin, Joyce Goodyear, Rita McGraw. Svvoml Row: Vera Kalbough, Nancy Lohr, Judy Leonard, Dorothy Hanson, Marilyn Keiffer, Janet Higley, Carolyn HalllOn. Third Row: Nancy Kilbourne, Marjorie Helmling, Liane Hainmaek, Joan McCain, Katherine Kies, Marilyn Lloyd, Gretchen Gloss, Betty Hess. lfourfla Row: Nancy Kirk, Betty Jo Kuder, Ella June Harris, Delphia Jones, Joanne Fritch, Marjorie Hay, Jean Hagenmaier, Blaine Hahn, Sue Gregory. 56 NINE A's ,ax I-'irzwl Rott: upper qleft to rightb XY'arren Howe, Jarvis Vfurzbaeher, Ronald Noall, -lerry Kerr, XY'illiam Tomkins, Richard Kaser, XY'illinm Hookway, james Orth, Donald Lees. Svromf Rolf: Robert Nlcfwlillian, Richard Halle, Robert Masters, Donald Hughes, Charles Moran, Robert Martin. Tlvim' Ron: Ted McClaslin, Richard I.ettin, Conrad Nostrand, William Nlontieth, Ray Don Morris, Charles Harmon. I'illlH'ff7 Ron: Richard Lapo, Richard Lewis, Dale Mellinger, Richard johnson, joseph Nemastil, Bruce McKensie, Leo Hastman, Richard Martine. liirxf Rott: center tleft to rightl W"illiam Boyle, Carl Bennet, john Aust, Thomas Grinter, Charles Feddersen, Richard Brees, Roy lfmerson, Lamar Graham, Robert Carey. Serum! Row: Robert Botvum, james Iiller, Mathew Contessa, Richard Croy, Iidwin Curtis, lfdward Carey, W'illiam Carr. Tfvirif Row: Roy Baumgardner, Thomas Butcher, Darrell Dent, Ronald Damerow, Thomas Beckett, Roy Andrews, George Duieh, Ronald Fox. Fourth Rout Ronald Cullen, liugene Dolon, Richard Ashurst, Harry Cahill, lfraneis Berdyek, Robert Fleming, Riehard Butler, W'illiam Fenehel. lfirif Rott: bottom Cleft to rightj litlward NX'eit7el, Russel Thomas, Allen Sniith, Thomas W'einsheimer, Ardol Roy, XValter Sagadenky, Robert Stopher, jerry W'urzb.ieher. Serum! Ron: John Saylor, ,lohn Seafidi, Dick Poth, Robert XX'arniuth, jaek Schumaeker. Norman Reading, Robert Spencer, Bruce Truby. Tflinl Ron: joseph Santos, Thomas Stasink, Thomas Round, Robert Rauch, Thomas Stebbins, Karl Reuther, ,lack Pettibone, Howard Peterson. Ifonrlfz Rau: Donald Stallard, Bruce Rob- erts, james Starcher, David Finker, Dick Shean, Dale Platt. 57 NINE Bvs Ifirxf Row: upper Cleft to rightj June Stcncstreet, Dorothy Thompson, Gladys Stuver, Diane Scott, Shirley Wolfe, Phyllis Weirick. Suroml Row: W'illiam Cox, Naomi Sayers, Richard Fields, Joseph Feldman, George Kneifel, Kenneth Foglesong. Tlriril Row: Richard Carlson, Carl Weitzel, Sanford Elton, Glen Buss, James Binns, Donald Feiler. Fonrlb Row: Donald Brown, Thomas Duncan, James Blake, jerry Kerr, Gerald Bailey, Charles Metzner. Firxf ROILT center Qleft to rightj Phyllis Bartlett, Darlene Fryberger, Joanne Greenwood, lilaine Hill, Iris Freed, Beverly Bevere. Secmzzf Row: Bettie McDonald, Barbara Banks, Janet l'orter,Yvonne Meese, Clara Poth, Shirley Morris. Tbiril Row: Mary Loseonezki, Lenore Iiurgan, Ardith Finch, Jeralyn Forshey, Dorothy Adams, ,lean Beck. Iiourffw Row: Margaret Hay, .Ioan Hunt, Geraldine Gaffney, Hilda Dickerhoff, Jean Ncwkirk, Bette Glick, Roberta Pyle. Firxl Kolb: bottom fleft to rightj Allan Sampson, Eugene Miller, Franklin Swain, Ralph Miller, Robert Watkiias, Lowell Tarbett, David W1'igl1E, Second Row: Richard Pearson, Michael LaCasella, Glenn Prcssdec, Raymond Martin, Richard Wriglmt, james Wicks. Third Row: Lester Oblisk, Angelo Minardi, Chester Pugh, Mark Kupperman, john Moreland, -lohn Phillips. Follrfb Row: Robert Krantz, Brian Pusc, Frank Pinaeh, Harold Mellinger, Glenn Light. 58 ACTIVITIES STUDENT COUNCIL .Sr'a1'1'zf: Qlcft to rightj Bruce Truby, Ed Curtis, Roland Gamble, Norris Albers, Joe Palmer, Duane Scott, Harriet Ackley, Phyllis Peebles, james Taylor, Carl Boyer. Sfamfingz Dorleen Anderson, Fred Minardi, Jerry Hard, Bob Powell, Doug Fergusson, Jim Hilligas, Jim Fergusson, Marcia Ann Webb, Ruth Ann Schmidt, Patricia Clark, Sally Pyers, Dorthy Huff, Pat Bordenkircher, janet Geister. Do you boo at basketball Or football gamCS or "talk down" a teacher? Well, if you do and some one comes to you and reminds you not to do that, it will probably be a student council member doing his duty. The purpose of the student council is: To create better understanding and cooperation between the student body and the faculty, to promote worth while activities and increase school spirit. Mrs. Ellis is sponsor of this group. The first semester officers were: President, Duane Scott, Vice-President, Joe Palmer, Secretary, Har- riet Ackleyg Treasurer, Norris Albers. Those who guided the council the second semester were: Presi- dent, Duane Scott, Vice-President, Roland Gambleg Secretary, Marcia Webb, Treasurer, Norris Albers. 60 HONOR SOCIETY Firsf Rolf: Cleft to rightj Joan Greek, Mary Ellen Williams, Marcia Webb, Delores Miller, Sally Waters, Mary Hurley, Marion Browning, Paula Alexander, Johanna Smith, Garnet Moyer. Sccczrzd Row: Suzanne Ellsworth, Sally Ann Gray, Dorleen Anderson, Carolyn Cochran, Ardis Burroughs, Hedvicka Lucas, Nancy Davis, Leona Morrison, Jean Travis, Jane Glaypool, Mrs. Sidnell. Tlvirff Row: Warren Wilson, Janet Walker, Harriet Ackley, Ruth Paul, Joyce Parks, Aletha Pearson, Elizabeth Lamphear, Mary Ann Moore, Richard Dowds, Donald Leonard. Fozzrllw Row: Russell Hilbish, Jim Hus- ton, Don Eckert, Robert Woodruff, Don Fullerton, Roland Gamble, Richard Aust, Ronald Greenwood. Our chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools was granted in 1937. It has func- tioned smoothly ever since under the administrative guidance of Miss Fern Swigart and Mrs. Doris Sid- nell. The illness and death of Miss Swigart came during the Fall term. Her understanding coopera- tion has been greatly missed. Mrs. Sidnell took her place and very capably finished the year with us. It is a distinctive honor to be asked to join the society. The requirements of entrance include quali- ties of leadership, scholarship, service and a scholastic rating of at least 90. First Sf'u1c'xfc'1' Officww: President, Don Fullerton, Vice President, Nancy Davis, Secretary, Sally Watersg Treasurer, Dick Dodds, Chaplin, Mary Ellen Williani. Semnd Swzzvxfrr Offi4'r'rx: President, Don Eckert, Vice President, Leona Morrison: Secretary, Joan Greekg Treasurer, Russell Hilbishg Chaplain, Ardis Burroughs. 61 LATIN CLUB Firxf Row: Cleft to rightj Roseanne Loop, Jean Hague, Patricia Hinchee, Betty Waters, Joan Davis, Edwina Stoltz, Ethel Fullen, Mary Jane Oberdorfer, Jeanette Goshorn. Strom! Row: Mildred Bennett, Doris Litz, Eleanor Nemastil, Barbara Gilbert, Patricia Durant, Jane Shook, Mary Ellen Williams, wilda Hurd. Third Row: Joan Cardwell, Patricia McGowan, Betty Naugle, Hedvika Lucas, Sherry Foland, Joyce Marshall, Judy Ruckman, Dolores Neff, Sally Waters, Dorleen Anderson, Mrs. Harriet Pigott. Fozrrih Row: William Ramsey, Warren Wilson, Ellis Mills, Marty Parrot, Lee Whiteman, James Huston, James Hillegas, James Wolfe, Jerry Hurd. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Pigott this club improved greatly in 1946-47. It has had a Roman Banquet and many successful business and social meetings. Latin Club has estab- lished an Honor Key Award for those students who are 12A,s and who have maintained an average of ninety in four years of Latin, who have been active members of Latin Club for at least two years. The award is a silver key with the emblem of Junior Classical League on it. The club also sponsored an after-game dance on February 7. The purpose of this club as stated in its consitution is: "To enable its pupils to work as a group in building up the standards of our school and community by keeping an interest in the classics." Officers: Firsf Srwzesferz President-Mary Ellen Williamsg Vice President-Ethel Fulleng Secretary-Mary Jean Oberdorferg Treasurer-Hedvicka Lucas. Second Svmeszferz President-Ethel Fulleng Vice President--James Huston, Secretary-Joyce Mar- shalg Treasurer-Hedvicka Lucas. I 62 Y-TEENS lfirxl Kalb: upper fleft to rightj Patricia Durant, Joan Davis, Betty XVaters, Patricia Hinchee, Nancy Schmidt, Mary Ann Messer, Janet Geister, Mildred Lorentz, Janet Critchfield, Mary Evans, Patricia Rausch, Janet King. Sccnllil Rout Mildred Bennet, Carol XVert, Barbara Gilbert, Mary Lou Mackin, Patricia Koch, Dorthy Huff, Marilyn Baldwin, Barbara Smith, Hazel Smith, Jane Shook, Carolyn Cochran. Tlwirii' Ron: Betty Jane Cross, Marianne XY'ills, Lee Anne Booth. Mary Kuder, Betty Lou Young, Jeanne Laurian, Marjorie Geyer, Salle Hemple, Gracie Connor, Ann Brake, Patricia Nicol, Joan Higley. Foizrlll RUll'Z Margaret Turner, Betty Chadclock, Susan Heath, Judith Falor, Joyce Myers, Doris Clark, Alice Snyder, Phyllis Hoover, Nancy Fickel, Patricia Hawkins, Marion Browing. lfifllv Row: Betty Naugle, Ardis Burroughs, Dorothy Loren- son, Barbara Nichols, Mary Lou Humphry, lillen Koenig, Janet Pearson, lfditli Henry, Ann Wgilter, Mary Ann Ritlmzlfl. Judith W'illiams. Fira! Kult: lower Cleft to right? Alice Backus, Barbara Schneider, Joan Greek. Marilyn Patterson, Nedra Brady, Cecelia McCormish, Maureen XVille, Fthel Fullen, Roslyn Sokol, Joanne Roberts, Barbara Goff, Phyllis XY'ells. Scmrztl Row: Miss Eff, Virginia Snyder, Jean Travis, Ruth Lees, Mary Lee McCallum, Dolores Zimmerman, NX'inefred W'ileman, Janet Page, Lucille Peters, Ethel Kuppcrman, Joan Mitterbaeh, Natalie Kenny, Mary Jean Oberclorfer. Tltirif Row: Dolores Neff, Carol Stevenson Jacqueline Owen, Joanne Moose, Phyllis Peebles, Mary Lou Simmons, liloisc Cathey, Betty Backus, Peggy Michael, Donna 'Nor- ris, Joan Gray, Helen Grenfell, Jeanne La Rue. Fourlli Row: Phyllis Stroup, Rita Lambardi, Vivian Yontz, Jean Heinton, Rosemary Stillwell, Betty W'essinger, Patricia Bayls, Virginia Cowghlin, Patricia McGowan, Mary Hurley, Patricia Merell. Fifth Row: Joan Eberly, Nancy Smith, Marion Ashton, Marilyn Miller, Patricia Connor, Ruth Dick, Nancy Hendershott, Sue Ellsworth, Mary Ann Mahafney, Shirley Baker, Bonnie Lou Pontius. Leona Morrison, Nancy Davis, Joanne Wesley. 63 Y-TEENS This organization which formerly was the Girl Reserves has changed entirely in its executive ad- ministration. Its constitution and code are those of the Y.W.C.A. Instead of just one club the girls have been divided into two Y-Teen clubs, a senior and junior club The junior club membership is limited to girls from 9B to 10B. This group of girls, whose adviser is Miss Erf, has conducted Thanksgiving, Christmas and Holy Weelc devotional services in conjuction with the Hi-Y. It has also sponsored a dance, The Bow Tie Bobbie Sock Bounce, with Hi-Y. The officers are as follows: First Semester 1946-47 President: Barbara Snyder Vice President: Alice Backus Secretary: Marilyn Patterson Treasurer: Joan Greek Second Semester 1947 Senior Club President: Barbara Snyder Vice President: Artis Burroughs Secretary: Marilyn Patterson Treasurer: Marion Browning Junior Club President: Betty Lou Young Vice President: Betty Jane Cross Secretary: Janet Geister Treasurer: Mary Louise Maskin HI-Y Hi-Y has an Alpha and Delta chapter both of which have Mr. Mosteller as their advisor. The purpose of this international organization, which is affiliated with the Y.M.C.A., is: To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of christian character. Its platform is: Clean speech, clean living, clean scholarship and clean sportsmanship. During the past year Hi-Y has conducted holy week and Thanksgiving and Christmas devotional services. It plans to conduct holy week services again at Easter in conjuction with the Y-teen club. The Clubs have sponsored a dance and selected a king and queen for the all City Football dance. Hi-Y has also sent representatives to the Hi-Y congress in Columbus and three representatives to Camp Nel- son Dodd, the Ohio-West Virginia area Camp, during the summer of 1946. Officers: First Semester 1946-47 Second Alpha President: Dale Scott Vice President: Dick Guillod Secretary: Dick Cunningham Treasurer: Jim Taylor Chaplain: Jim Huston Sesmester 1947 Alpha President: Russell Hilbish Vice President: Dick Guillod Secretary: Don Eckert Treasurer: Bob Kocher Chaplain: Bob Feucht Delta President: Roland Gamble Vice President: Russell Hilbish Secretary: Bob Woodruff Treasurer: Donald Leonard Chaplain: Jack Cartwright Delta President: John Trimble Vice President: Jim VVattleworth Secretary: Roland Gamble Treasurer: Lee Allen Chaplain: Jerry Hurd 64 HI-Y lfirx! Razr: upper, Qlufr to riglill Bob ldillnrl, Bob Anderas. Merle Swsrrour, Tom XY'nod, Dick Cunninglum, Dan Smear- m.m, Lynn Kuryln, Don Mirrovifli, Smvuzil Rolf: Roland Gamble, Russell McKitrick, Ronald Fclmly, lid Music, Bill Cun- Jiff, Russull llilbisb, jack Ingram, Dick Guillod. Tfrirlf Ron: ,lim Taylor, Bill Roush, Dick Niculs, -lim Husron, Bob lfcuubr, Bob Kosher, Newton Baker, Paul Rcid, Alim Bnles. Fonrflr RIIIFZ Dick Sccrcsr, Norris Albers, Bob XVoollruff, Duane Scott, Bob Myers, Don Eckert, Carl Zcllcrs, Dale Scott. Allan Hall. lfirwl Ron: lower. qleft to rigbrj Kuirh Cslvin, Bob Artller, Donald Lamport, Russell XX'olfc, Jack Trntlicn, Cbcslcr Triplctt. -Iobn Buctrncr. Scrnmr' RI?lL'2 john Ifwart, Roland Livcrgood, Charles Cooley, Norman Gamble, jerry Hurd, Roger Owen, AQlLll11 l3or.1sl4i, Bill Fnlb. Tbirlf Kim: lfugcnc lfylcr, Don Leonard, Fred -lcnnings, Don Dial, ,lim Muck, David Novkov. lcv: Allen. Stcvu XY'bolforgl. Ifonrlfv Ruiz: lfrgxnk James, john Trimble, ,lim XV.iIrluworrb. Dan Branlv, Bob Nlnrrin. NY'.irrcn ,fXmlurson, ,Ink fi,lI'lXVI'lgl!f, klobn lung, Xlr. Nlostullcr. 65 GODEY CLUB Firxl Row: Cleft to rightj Dorothy Dakoski, Jeanette Brees, Conlon Anderson, Shirley Frazer, Ruth Butler, Ruth Paul, Maureen Willie, Nedra Brady. Sevozzrl Ro-zu: Miss Long, Patricia Merrell, Mary Jane Oberdorfer, Fthel Fullen, Jeannette Goshorn, Margaret Lehman, Paula Alexander, Francis Frederick. Tfairzl Row: Phyllis Wojhoski, Joan Grey, Carol Jean George, Ardyth Moore, Elinor Walls, Elizabeth Halliwill, Marcia Ann Webb, Sally Ann Gray. Follrlh Row: Betty Madison, Patricia McGowen, Delores DeGrella, Bonita Holvey, Joan Harriman, Joan Morgan, Shirley Costick, Patricia Connor. Miss Josephine Long is the sponsor of this group of girls Whose qualifications for membership must be sincere interest in scholarship, self reliance, dependability, sympathetic kindliness, personal attractive- ness, social dignity, honesty, high moral standards, true temperance, and genuine interest in spiritual growth. The purpose of this club whose active membership is held to fifty, is to bring together girls who Wish to know and practice qualities required for true and beautiful womanhood. The members are from the classes of 10A-11B-11A-12B-12A. Godey Girls prepared and delivered a basket of food at Thanksgiving to a needy family. The club also donated ten dollars to the Kate Waller Barrett Home for Girls, in Akron. It bought a gavel last year for its president. Godey also sponsored an after-game dance on February 14. OFFICERS-First Semester 1946-47: Prexizfm1f, Ruth Paul, Vice Prz'siu'e11i, Shirley Frazerg Sl'L'Y'l'fcll'jJ, Ruth Butler, T1'easu1'e1', Conlon Anderson. Second Semester, 1947: P1'L'SilI1f'7If, Shirley Costickg Vin' Prr'sizfe111', Carol Jean George, Serrrfa1'y, Bon- ita Holveyg T1'easu1'e1', Maureen Willi. 66 4- S UARE Firxf Rout Qleft to rightj Celia McCormish, Helen Grenfel, Carolyn Cochran, Nancy Hendershott, Mary Hurley, Eileen Kneifel, Mary Lee MacCullum, Delores Zimmerman, Joan Cardwell. Swami Roux: Mariyn Patterson, Roslyn Sokol, Jean Ellen Heinton, Bonnie Lou Pontius, Roseanne Loop, Betty Adams, Barbara Allport, Marianne Uyldert, Phyllis Peoples, Suzanne Ellsworth. Tbiril Row: Lueile Peters, Ardis Burroughs, Harriet Akley, Betty Naugle, Joan Greek, Alice Backus, Helen Udell, Betty Backus, Mary Elen W'illiams, ,Ioan Bowman, Dorlean Anderson. FUNVIXI Row: Mary Ellen Shrimplin, Lola Weaver, Bar- bara Snyder, Mary Ann Moore, Elizabeth Lamphear, Aletha Pearson, Judy Ruekman, Phyllis Jones, Janet Walker, Sally Wfaters, Reba Nisbeth, Anna Klippel. Four Square meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. Mrs. Kathryn Wyre is the sponsor of this fine group of girls. Each year the club sponsors a dance and Assemblies and furnishes needy families with Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets. During the spring of each year the club cleans the school surroundings of waste paper. The purpose of this club is to be of service to our school and community. Their symbol is a square, each side representing a needed trait. These traits are friendship, service, loyalty and sincerity. On the evening of January 14 the girls entertained their mothers at the instilation of officers. The officers for each semester are: First Semester, 1946-47, Pzfvsidmf: Nancy Hendershot, Vice'-Prcfsirlmf: Elieen Kneifel, Smrefary: Carolyn Cochran, T1'eus111'er: Mary Hur.ley Second Semester: 1947 Prexia'c'nf: Nancy Hendershot, Vive-Przfsirfenf: Roseanne Loop, Sez'1'f'far'y: Jean Ellen Heinton, Trea- xzm'v':Bonnie Lou Pontius. 67 TIGER TALES STAFF S:'ulz'J: fleft to rightj Dolores Neff, Phyllis jones, Betty Backus, Marjorie Deck, Dorothy Dakowski, Don Richards, Rose- anne Loop, Charles Carey, Dorlores Zimmerman, Jean Ellen Heinton, joan Morgan, Joyce Parks, Gleo Kerns, Zelda Potter. Slamfing: Jesse Friedman, .lack Croy, joan Cardwell Roland Gamble, Dan Mitrovich, Miss Flickinger, Dale Scott, Robert YVoolam, Fred Felton, Marylee MaeCollum, Roslyn Sokol, Shirley Baker, Ardyth Moore, Dolores Chrisman. TIGER TALES Hold everything! Stop the presses! Flash! Extra! "The Tiger Talesi' Staff is on the beam. They are the publishers of "Tiger Talesl' which has a circulation of one thousand. Under the able instruction of their adviser Miss Louise Flickinger these students who are 12A's and have had an average of G in Eng- lish for three years plus the qualifications of good character are always in there with a nose for news. This staff of Competent people publishes the football programs and also had a paid assembly at which QMissj Anouta, Eskimo speaker, talked on February 19, 1947. They also collect tax stamps. First Semester Staff, 1946-47, Editorial Staff: Edifor Don Richards, Mzzmzging Ezfifor, Roseannne Loop, News Editor, Delores Miller, Sports Ea'ifo1', Daniel Mitrovichg Club Ee1'ifo1', Dorothy Dakowski, Persomzl News Editor, Delores Zimmerman, John Croyg Claxs Edifor, Marjorie Dech, Phyllis jones, Drxlc Editor, Joan Cardwell, Jean Ellen Heinton, PlJoIog1'ajJher, Roland Gamble, Repor1'r'rs, 12B journalism class, Business Staff: Buximfss MtlI1tlgC'7', Margaret Brethg AtlL'l'!'fiSfI1g Mrlmzgtw, Dolores Neff, Cirrzllzz- Hon Manager, Jesse Friedman, Accozmfanf, Betty Backus, Typixfs, Betty Backus, Dorothy Dakoski, Marjorie Deck, Phyllis jones, Dolores Zimmerman, Advisor, Louise Flickinger. 68 BOOSTER CLUB Fran! Row: upper, fleft to rightj janet Critchfield, Helen Grenfell, Peg Taylor, Cecelia McCormish, Ann Drake, Maureen Willi, Harriet Fox, Aletha Riggs, Delores Zimmerman, Mary Lee MacCallum, Dorothy Dakoski. Svvomf Row: Pat Rowles, Ruth Dick, janet Karlheim, Virginia Snyder, Marilyn Lloyd, Marianne Uldyert, Clara Beatty, jeanne Laurion, Pat Koch, Peggy W'agoner, Third Row: Mildred Bennett, Lola W'eaVer, Mary Ellen Shrimplin, Barbara Elishman, Betty Lou Young, Marilyn Baldwin, joan Mitterbaeh, joan Duvall, Phyllis Huver, Yvonne Edwards. Eonrffa Row: Anita Anquillare, Betty jordon, Anna Klippel, jane Shook, Lee Ann Booth, judy Eolor, joan Greek, Donna Norris, Ruth Paul, Barbara Snyder, Phyl- lis W'ojhoski. Eifih Row: Suzanne Ellsworth, Bob Harrison, jack Ingram, jerry Hart, Fred Felton, Allen Mathews, Kenneth Rankin, Bill Nostrand, Carl Euerst. Firxl Row: lower, Cleft to rightj john Buettner, Ned Curtis, Harry Thomas, Lucille Peters, joan Harriman, Mrs. Mitchell, Helen Shuff, james Houston, Chester Tripplett, Don Mitrovich. Charles Taylor. Swami Razr: Bob Gravesmill, Donald Land, Russell Hilbish, Dick Hammond, Bill Cundiff, Norris Albers, David Novkov, Roger Owen, Charles Ruskin. Third Row: Robert Martin, Richard Secrcst, Douglas Eergusson, john Lange, Bill Rouseh, Richard Guillod, jack Cartwright, james Fergus- son, jack Bernhert, Benito Antognoli, Iionrfb Rout julian johnson, Adam Boraski, Charles Cooley, Robert Brickner, john Ewart, Erank james, Carl Zellers, Hollis Grubb, Harry Davis, Ronald Liyergood. liiffb Row: james W'attleworth, VVarren Anderson, George Loop, Eugene McCoy, Robert Wfoodruff, Duane Scott, David Brady, jerry XY'olf, Don Eckert, john Schlemmer, Eugene Eyler, 69 BOOSTER CLUB CHEER .LEADERS Firsf Row: Qleft to rightj, Robert Proctor, Maryann Wfills, Dale Scott. Suromf Row: Carol ,lean George, Ruth Lees, joan Moose, joan Gray, Margie Rardin, Joanne Roberts, Barbara Goff, Sallyann Grey, Marcia Webb. Tbirn' Roux: Pup Hinchic, Janet Lockenour, Betty Adams, Pat McGowan, Mary Hurley, Natalie Henney, Marilyn Martin, Margaret Van Ness, Mary Lou Maekin. Fourlb Row: Lois Renz, Joan Davis, Nancy Fiekel, Peggy Turner, Betty Waters, Beverly Housley, Donna Kidwcll, Mary Jane Nies, Phyllis Peoples. lfiflfl Row: jean Travis, Frances Mavis, Lois Appleman, Betty Andreson, Carolyn Tanney, Pat Durant, Delores DeGrella, Betty Madison, Gracia Connor, Sally Hemple. Sixllv Row: Carol Stevenson, Jackie Owen, Ruth Schmidt, Donna Stewart, Kathryn Altfather, Barbara Gilbert, Wfilma Smith, Doris Clark, Joyce Myers, Ann Walter, Ellen Koenig. CHEERLEADERS-Ifimf Row: fleft to rightj Pat Hinehie, Janet Loekenour, Nathalie Kenney, Joanne Duvall. Second' Row: Phyllis Wojhoski, Sallyann Gray, Mary Lee MaeCallum, Dolores Zimmerman, Mary Ellen Shrimplin, Yvonne Edwards. 70 PRIZE WINNERS Left to right: Aletha Pearson, Dorleen Anderson, John Schlemmer, Mary Ellen Willianis, Elizabeth Lamphear and Delores Neff. These six students stood highest when the scores were totaled for the January Graduates. Roseanne Loop won first place in the county in the Annual Akron Beacon Journal Essay Contest last Spring. She had as her subject, "NVorld News Freedom-Key to Peace". John Schlemmer received, on Class Day, January 21, the Bausch and Lomb Award Medal. I-Ie is eligible to compete for the Bausch and Lomb Science Scholarships to the University of Roches- ter, each valued at 51500. I-Iedvika Lucas, winner in radio station WLW's United Nations essay contest, talks to the Czechoslo- vakian foreign minister, during her three-day visit to the United Nations Assembly as the guest of the Cincinnati station. The subject of Hedvika's essay was "How Can WLW Best Contribute to the Interest in and Understanding of the United Nationsii. 71 YEAR BOOK STAFF Seated: Qleft to rightj Patricia Grenfell, Delores Neff, Phyllis Jones, Roseanne Loop, Roland Gamble, Russell Hilbish, Donald Richards, John Schlemmer, Bonita Holvey, Ethel Fullen. Standing: Qleft to rightj Mr. Heuser, Delores Chrisman, Robert Kocher, Richard Dewhirst, Cecelia McCormish, Jack Hookway, Robert Andreas, William Cundiff, Daniel Mitrovich, Robert Proctor, Donald Echert, Mary Lee MacCallum, Leona Morrison, Mary Ellen Williams, Miss Sears. The Year Book Staff was elected by the seniors. Through many trials and triumphs Miss Sallie Sears has seen that the staff got its work done. The staff hopes that the annual is what the subscribers were looking for. The staff members are: Editors-in-chief: Donald Fullerton and Russell Hilbishg Business Managers: Richard Dewhirst and Roseanne Loop, C0-Managers: William Coleman and Robert Kocherg Literary Editorss Don Richards and Bonita Holveyg Co-Ea'ito1'ss Mary Ellen Williams, Leona Morrison, Marylee MacCallum and Peggy Michael, Art Ertttors: Phyllis Jones and Roland Gamble, Co-Editors: Robert Andreas, William Cun- diff, Jack Hookway and Cecelia McC0rmishg Sports Editors: John Schlemmer and Don Eckert, Co-Er1i- tors: Daniel Mitrovieh and Robert Proctor, Organization Editors: Ethel Fulleng Co-Editors: Helen Gren- fell and Helen Shuffg Faculty Editors: Delores Neff and Delores Chrisman. 72 RAMSHACKLE INN lvfz' fo right: Mary Ellen Wfilliams, Joan Bowman, Eileen Frisby, Don Fullerton fon floorj , Del McDer- mott, Sally Waters. Falls High became the temporary refuge of dead bodies, a murderer, an innocent bachelor girl, moonshiners and detectives on November 20, 21. For it was then that the 12A speech students under the direction of Mrs. Kathryn Wyre, thrilled and chilled their audiences with the presentation of 'tRam- shackle Innu, a mystery farce. The cast in order of appearance included: Don Richards as Pattong William Luce as Arbuthnotg Eileen Frisby as Joyce Rogers, Mary Ellen Williams as Mame Phillipsg Richard Dewhirst as Constable Smallg Sally Waters as Belinda Pryeg Dennis Wilt as Commodore Lucius Towserg Dorleen Anderson as Gail Russell, Alice and Betty Backus as Alice Fisherg Paul Delong as Dr. Russell, Del McDermott as Bill Phillips, Donald Fullerton as Mr. Temple, Joan Bowman as Mary Temple, Paul Truby as Gilhooleyg and Glenn Smith as Fred Porter. Those on the production staff were: student director, Elizabeth Lamphear and Eileen Kneifelg stage managers, Aletha Pearson and Jerry Morgan, properties, Phyllis Jones, Janet Walker, and Betty Backus, sound effects, Mary Ellen Schoenstein, Helen Udell and Joan Cardwell, lights, Judy Ruckman and Phyllis Wells, make up, Lenura Laudermilk, Lola Weaver, Joan Talmadge, Phyllis Countessa, Helen Grenfell and Margaret Breth, costumes, Anna Klippel and Mary Ellen Shrimplin, Prompter, Mary Ann Moore, Business Managers, Reba Nisbet and Delores Miller. 73 SCENES FROM PLAYS Dick Dewhirst Sally Waters D'on Richard Mary Ellen Williams Don Richards Dennis Wilt Sally Waters Sally Waters Dennis Wilt 74 Mary Ellen Williams Joan Bowman Dick Dewhirst Sally Waters Don Richards Sally Waters Dorleen Anderson A CAPPELLA CHOIR Fi1'sfRo1v: Qleft to rightj Helen Shuff, Joan Gray, Pam McGowan, Natalie Kenny, Janet Lackenour, Ruth Butler, Betty Adams, Rose Staffer, Lois Renz, Helen Grenfel, Sally Fullen, Phyllis Stroup. Sefomz' Row: Carol Jean George, Norma Zeisig, Joanne Keeney, Ardis Burroughs, Betty Naugle, Ruth Schmide, Judy Williams, Betty Backus, Shirley Scott, Ruth Paul, Laura Lee Ledrich, Paula Alexander. Third Row: Miss Josephine Long, Irene Magee, Shirley Costick, Nancy Albers, Aletha Pearson, Eddie Beam, Fred Gilam, Paul Reid, Don Dial, Dale McClannahan, Phyllis Higley, Rita Lombardi, Francis Frederick. Fourfla Row: Don Rupert, Jim Bales, Richard Forshey, Jesse Friedman, Dick Pizer, Jim Huston, Dennis Wilt, Jim Sloan, Bob Woodruff, Bob Feucht, Dan Mitrovich, Bob Kocher, Jim Taylor. This year Miss Long, the choir director, raised the membership of A Cappella Choir from forty to sixty. The choir sings sacred and a small variety of other types of music. A Cappella Choir endeavors to serve the community by furnishing music for church and civic programs. Since it sings Without accompaniment, the choir is the most outstanding vocal group of the school. For the past two years it has taken part in the Northeastern Ohio vocal competition at Kent, where it won worthy recognition. 75 BOYS, SENIOR GLEE CLUB Firsf Row: Cleft to rightj Kenneth Hol- low, Adam Boraski, David Millin. 80501111 Row: Jerry Hurd, Ronald Liver- ergood, Allen Truby, Wesley' Silver, Charles Smith. xx Third Row: Harry Smith, Joseph Hef- feron, Robert Borgen, Richard Crum, Jack Nelson. BOYS, QUARTETTE james Bales, Roland Gamble, Robert Kocher, Paul Ried. 76 GIRLS' SENIOR GLEE CLUB 5--I Firxi Razr: Qleft to rightb Phyllis Wells. Rosanne Loop, Yvonne Bingham, xleannett Goa- wiv horn, Mary -lean Oberdorfer, janet King. SKTOIIAI Rau: Miss Josephine Long, Nina Rogers, jean Kling, Rosemary johnson, Jeanette Gidley, Margaret Lehman, joan Tomlinson. Third Ron: Maureen W'illi, jane Claypoole, Conlon Ander- son, Antoinette Petrocelli, Patricia Wrilford, lirhcl Kupperman, Eleanor Nernasril. Fanrlli Ron: Marianne Gleny, Ardyth Moore, Eileen lfrisby, Joan Morgan, .Ioan Tallrnadge, Elizabeth Halli- will, Joan Xvesrley, Judy -Iorclan. GIRLS' TRIO Helen Grenfull, Alerlia Pearson, liclry Fiackus. The Girls Trio furiiislied numbers for cominenermunt. The Glee Club is under the direction of Miss Long and consists of 35 members. The club prides itself upon being a big happy family. A few of their most popular numbers are "Donkey Serenadev, "Green Cathedral", "The Song Is You", and "By the Bend of the Riverv, which the 12A girls sang at their com- mencement. 'VT' ff GIRLS' JUNIOR GLEE CLUB BOYS, JUNIOR GLEE CLUB Firxf Row: Cleft to rightj Rita McGraw, Patricia Rausch, Vera Kalbaugh, Phyllis Robertson, Ruth Sheerer, Janet Higley, Connie Williams, Mary Ellen Cross, Ann Woodling, Nancy DeGraff, Marilyn Baltz, Marilyn Conn, Arwilda Roberstine. Second Row: Georgiana Johnson, Lorna Zimmerman, Beatrice Evans, Jean Ann Hagenmair, Marjorie Clark, Dorothy Hanson, Betty Hess, Mary Rogers, Phyllis Klewe, Mary Ann Lichi, Mary Beal, Patricia Bordenkircher, Patricia Benway. Third Row: Joan Dunn, Sue Gregory, Delphia Jones, Nancy Dotson, Marilyn Wills, Carol Sutliff, Patricia Van Noy, Claire Wolf. Fourth Row: Margaret Spence, Beverly Winafeld, Jean Statts, Nancy Rubright, Carol Adams, Gretchen Gloss, Betty Toomey, Ella June Harris, Betty Jo Kuder, Francis Beam, Doris Burger, Joanne Fritsch, Ellen Koenig, Jacki Davis, Patricia Clark. First Row: fleft to rightj Warren Howe, Bob Stover, Jack Short, Walter Sagadencky, Edwin Gerow, Charles Fedderson, Arthur Perkins, Robert McMillan, Roy Emerson, John Aust, John Saylor. Second Row: Kay Carey, Keith Calvin, Harold Wisard, Jerry Lowe, Richard Lewis, Norman Reading, Dick Poth, Stanley Sayer, Richard Martine, James Reifsnider. Third Row: Richard McMasters, Daniel Brollier, Wayne Hershberger, Richard Paddison, Edwin Curtis, Bob Warmuth, James Starcher, Thomas Round, Jake Dolan, Ronald Fox, Carl Bennett. Fourth Row: David Bowers, Richard Ashurst, Jack Schumacher, Dick Gidley, Roy Andrews, Ronnie Damerow, George Duich, Jay Johnson, Robert Johns, James Ever- hart. 78 GLEE CLUB ALI. GIRL CIIOI R Fira! Row: upper fleft to rightj Muriel Rogers, Barbara W'indle, Lois Gardner, Marjorie Sanders, Dorothy Rexroad, Margaret Baker, Delores Chirdon, Geraldine Fair, Luella Smith, Laura Graham, Joyce Feganeher, Iiileen XX'ilkinson. Stwlfztl Row: Carol Hinchcliffe, Ruth Wallace, Pauline Beyler, Mary Lou Roach, Audrey Rainey, Julane Garvin, Barbara Veninger, Judy Leonard. Neva Mellinger, Pat Nicol, Pat Weiatz, Clara Mae Warner. Tlriril Row: Lucille Carson, Rosemary Baumgardner, Shirley Turner, Anita Penrod, Gladys Petrea, Shirley Stevens, Nancy Kilbourne, Joan W'right, June Shook, Marilyn Keiffer, Jane Sharp, Dixie Pulley, Phyllis Bond. Fonrllr Rule: Susan Buss, Virginia Daughtery, Ida Mae Lovelace, Mary Ann Smith, Pat Creed, Edith Shad, Betty Roach, Joanne Kalbaugh, Sally Piers, Irene Laudermilk, Joyce Myers, Dorothy Morgan, Dorothy Spencer, Kathyrn W'ood. GIRLS JR. GLFIT CLUB lfirsf Row: lower Qleft to rightj Pat Hinchee, Beverly Housley, Anita Anquillare, Janet Geister, Betty Jane Cross, Mary Lou Mackin, Betty Crago, Betty W'aters. SATUHII Row: Marilyn Baldwin, Joan Kerns, Mary Jane Neiswonger, Carol Wert. Mildred Bennet, Joanne Lewis, Marianne Walls, Betty Lou Young, Marjorie Mellhatten. Tfairif Row: Marian Kieffer, Mary Wicker, Jean Bormuth, Nancy Fickel, Pat Durant, Caroline Tanney, Lyna Ann XValter, Lee Anne Booth, Jane Shook, Marjorie Ruthenberg. Fo11rflrR01L': Helen Casto, Carol Carpenter, Janet Pearson, Margaret Turner, Kathryn Altfather, Barbara Gilbert, Elinor XValls, Marilyn Martine, Mary Corey, Nancy W'horley. 79 MARI ANNE 2 it , Q-f 1 l 1 l f 5 Firsf Row: Cleft to riglxtj Seated: Dennis Wilt, Jim Taylor, Jim Bales, George Miller, Rutli Paul, Miss Long QDirectorj, Bob Koclier, Helen Shuff, Paul Reid, Bob NVoodruff. Chours nt rear. Helen Shuff, Bob Koeher, Dennis Wilt, Jim Taylor, Jim Bnles, George Miller, Rutli Paul, Paul Reid, Bob Woodruff. In November the music department presented the operetta "Marianne" to four different audiences. Each performance was enthusiastically received. The students are to be congratulated on their excellent work. S0 BAND lfirxl Raw: Qlcft to rightj Anna Klippel, Lola Weaw'er, Joyce Stouffer, Jack Berhart, Don lillis, Williaxn Rountree, Jean Travis, Janice Cates, Sue Duffy, Mary Lou Anderson, Lucille Peters, Janet Page. Seroml Raw: Richard Lapo, Ann Fisher, Phyllis Clayton, James Clason, Jack DcBuvitz, Dorleen Anderson, Donald Fullerton, Frances Scott, Mar- garet Beth, Thomas Stebbins, Ruth Dick, Jane Shook, Robert Fleming, Liane Hammock. Third Row: Robert Mellinger, Marjorie Geyer, Jeanette Howard, Robert Tryon, Robert Dill, Curtis Ivy, Ronald Win- slow, Dean Haney, Phyllis Kulla, Larry Summers, David Lyons, Ronald Greenweed, James Taylor, Betty Waters, Folzrlfa Row: Marilyn Fox James Eller, Thomas Jones, Robert Jones, Jack Olhoeft, Richard Dew- hirst, Doris Clark, Robert Blankenship, Patsy Ryan, Richard Forshey, Sally Waters, Williani Jones. Fifib ROW: R. O. Reynolds Qdirectorj. James Tyles, Dennis Neff, Jack Cartwright, Darl Spence, James Meck, Carolyn Sorg, Charles Lathrop, Ronald Callen, James Sloan, Norman Gamble, James Forshey, Roland Gamble fDrum Majorb. ROLAND GAMBLF DRUM MA1oR Due to the tireless efforts of Mr. R. Reynolds, who not only drills but also plans all the band,s field Work, the band no longer takes a back seat at our football games. Mr. Reynolds has big plans for the future so from now on, "Watch that Tiger Band gov S 1 i ORCHESTRA CADET BAND First Row: upper Qleft to rightj Jean Hague, Nancy Stilwell, Frances Scott, Thomas Stebbins, Richard Forshey, Doris Clark, Jack Olhoeft. Second Row: Barbara Thomas, Jack Burgan, Mildred Toby, Paul Aust, Patsy Ryan, Norman Gamble, Thomas Jones, Harriet Fox, Frances Wolcott, David Lyons, Ronald Greenwood. Thin! Row: Mary Lou Anderson, Nina Mae Phillips, Mary Messcr, Roland Gamble, Jane Sharp, Joyce Stouffer, R. O. Reynolds Qdirectorj. First Row: lower Rachel Stouffer, Eugene Forster, Phillip Smith, Robert Kerr, Caro- lyn Hanlon, Williz1111 Wilcox, Russell Thomas. Smwml Row: Janet Shaw, Danial Brol- lier, R. O. Reynolds Qdirectorj, Margaret Cox. 82 SPORTS FOOT-BALL This year saw the Tigers in another up and clown season as far as scores show. The Tigers weren't lacking in talent, yet they were the victims of momentary mental lapses and bad luck. The capacity crowds which filled our stadium every Friday night were never disappointed in their hopes for a spirited fight. With a show of spirit, good sportsmanship, and good football, the Tigers again gave us a successful season. The schedule and results of the season were: CFHS OPP Sept. Akron East 12 Sept. Shaker Heights 0 Sept. Akron Central 21 Oct. Kent Roosevelt 6 Oct. Akron West 21 Oct. Akron St. Vincent 6 Oct. Akron North 24 Nov. Ravenna 14 Individual Players- Norris Albers 29, Carl Fuerst Charles Cooley 21, Dale Scott, Robert Martin. Don Mitrovich, Don Eckert 35, Ben An- tognoli 41, Robert Proctor 39, Robert Ber- dych 37, William Luce 43. Firsf Row: Qleft to rightj Donald Mitro- vich, Robert Proctor, Norris Albers, Eugene Dominic, Benito Antognilo, Robert Ber- dyck, Carl Fuerst, Robert Martin, William Luce, Dale Scott, Donald Eckert, Charles Cooley. Second Row: Coach Watson, Wil- liam Chabouby, Adam Boraski, John Ewart, Eugene McCoy, Duane Scott, Robert Wood- ruff, Edward Guinn, Harry Davis, Eugene Eyler, Robert Brickner, Coach Ripley, Coach Spessard, Coach Juillaret. Third Row: John Lang, Warren Anderson, Harold Clark, Hollis Grubb, Paul Aust, Julian Johnson, Richard Guillod. Fozzrfla Row: Joe Denning, Donald Fulvimar, Ted Smith, Robert Stal- ling, Ralph Thompson, David Novkov, Bob Bissel, Kenneth Tieling. Fiffb Row: Lynn Kuryla, manager, Jack Nelson, Frank James, manager, Charles Cruthers. manager, Ronald Livergood, manager, Rich Secrest, Harry Pryor. Sixth Row: James Wattleworth, Donald Georgeoff. William Brown, Carl Zel- lars, manager, William Nostran, manager. 84 ,- as A 'Of .+- 5'3k 1 L 115.-L Ak . in , 2 K ,, fm msn, fmt 1 . Lv 'WHHLQL 1, fi -5 S H ,L ,gg MINOR SPORTS ,vg- ,-,,.,-f-' TTXMTT ..,fX.., kk- ,jbf jx... GOLF: Bill Musyt, Al Matthews, Charles Colley, Jack Lang. TENNIS: Coach William Watson, Edward Massic, Don Richards, Jack Reynolds, Don Mitrovich. 86 x,f-ff 'L,,.,,,,,, ng. SWIM TEAM Firsf Row: Qleft to rightj Donald Young, William Roush, Jack Wagner, john Buettner, Chester Triplett. Seromf Row: Donald Land, Doug- las Fergusson, James Fergusson, Phillip Bordenkircher. SWIMMING TEAM One of our more recent additions to the growing Sports Department of Cuyahoga Falls High School is the swimming team. Although this team is only two years old, it has already proven itself as a fast working team. The meremen, coached by Robert Cameron and led by Captain Bill Roush, have come from behind to take second honors in the Greater Scholas- tic Swimming League of Akron, with first place going to Buchtel. GOLF TEAM Under the able direction of Frank Anderson, Cuyahoga Falls had a golf team in 1946 that brought back the Western Reserve Championship. The team which consisted of Al Mathews, Bill Musyt, Charles Cooley, and Jack Lange, went undefeated. Our golf team was the only school team that brought a championship to Falls High in 1946. TENNIS TEAM In 1946 Cuyahoga Falls High School joined the Greater Akron Tennis League and brought tennis back after a long absence. Under the direction of Coach Watson, the Tennis team made its hopeful debut. First Row: Qleft to rightj Thomas Wood, Don Smith. Srmml Row: Gerry Hart, John Schlem- mer, Bill Chaboudy, Dick Oberdorfer, Fred Felton. Tbirrf Row: Bill Luce, Jack Ingram, Andrew Dakoski, Dick McGill, Don Rex- road. Fourth Row: Clinton Emmerick, Qcoachj, Rodney Powell, Robert Harri- son, Gene Landrum, Frank James. Although the season was not impres- sive according to the won-and-lost column, the Tigers did provide many thrills and a lot of good baseball for the fans. The Tiger nine won six, lost ten, and tied one. Pitching was the Tiger's strongest suite. The local nine's losing margin was never greater than four runs. Anemic hitting and periods of mental lapses accounted for most of the defeats. Although the Tigers started the season with three de- cisive victories, scoring 30 runs to their opponents 1, their hitting power slumped decidedly thereafter. John Schlemmer Chet Shoaf Bill Luce Jack Ingram BASE-BALL 87 BASKET BALL VARSITY Firxf Row: Qleft to rightj Frank James fmanagerj, Jack Bernhart, Fred Felton, John Schlemmer, Jack Ingram, Dick Hammond, Russell Hilbish, Thomas Woods fManagerj. Second Row: Coach Watson, Robert Proctor, Allen Mathews, Robert Harrison, Carl Fuerst, Duane Scott, Kenneth Rankin, Gerald Hart. Coach Watson,s 1946-47 Basket Ball team ended the regular season with a record of eight victories and eight defeats. The leading scorer of the season was Al Matthews with 124 points. He was followed by Carl Fuerst, Bob Harrison and Russ Hilbish with 91, 86, and 84 points respectively thus enabling the Tigers to end the season with a 41-31 per-game average. For the first time in the history of the school the Falls Cagers appeared in the regional tournaments. Here the Tiger Cagers bested Canton Lincoln 48-29 before bowing to Ashtabula in the final game of the tournaments 32-27. The fine showing the team made in the tournaments was due to the excellent rebuild- of the squad after losing half of their members. This along with the fact that the team would not accept defeat no matter what the odds enable the Tigers to outplay four highly favored tournament teams before bowing to the Ashtabula five. 88 RESERVE 9 Freshman Firsf Row: Qleft to rightj J. Grif- fith, D. Stoddard, J. Taylor, Orth, R. Thomas, J. Scarfidi, J. Pettibone, R. Mar- tine, B. Botzum. Svromz' Row: Coach Juillerat, T. MC- Causlin, Johnson, If. Berdyck, J. Powell, B. Lens, R. Andrews, D. Gould- ing, Schumacher. QLeft to rightj Jerry Wolfe, Jack Cartwright, George Loop, Dan Brady, Don Rexroad, Bob Martin, Jim Huston, Bob Stopher QMana- gerj, Percy Gren- fell, Roger Owen, Buh Ruskin, Bob Moore, Chuck Coo- ley, Joe Denning, Dick Oherdorfer, Coach Ripley. an Both Reserves and I:l'CSlll'l12lI1 Basketball teams have shown outstanding ability this season. The Reserve team won the Western Reserve League Championship. This favored team finished the season with I2 wins and 3 losses. Such players as Don Rexroad, Jack Cartwright, George Walton and several others will be counted on heavily to replace graduating members of Varsity team next season. 89 i l INTRA - MURAL INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL Ifirxl Row: Qleft to rightj George Bartel, Dave Mittelstacdt, Russell Meliitriek, Vfilliam Borgan, Dale Tuner, james Malorni. SKTOIIAI Karr: Richard Oberdorfer, Joe XYare, Arthur Andrews, hlr. Absent: Dean Haney and Furl Holcomb. Intramural was started in 1945 under the direction of Physical instructors Bill Wfatson and Clarence Hinkle. Activities and competitions include Football, Baseball and May Day exhibitions. Intramural teams are Gym class teams competing against each other. Each class has four teams who compete among themselves. Near the end of the season the winner from one class plays the Winner of an- other class, thus by the process of elimination there are only two opposing teams left. The Winner this year of the lnteramural football teams was the "Cadetsl,, led by Dick Oberdofer. Much is gained by these inter class teams because it gives every student a chance to prove his ability in playing on a team. Team work, high spirit and good sportsmanship are among the first essentials of the organizations. 90 "Hur I orldw and Athletics QIYY9 More than ever before, athletics have permeated all our lives. The recent bloody conflict in which we were engaged showed amply the partial reward of athletics, teamwork and coordination. What other two assets contributed more towards the winning of the war? Just as the reward of sports is so necessary in times of danger, so it is even more necessary for the establislnnent of a workable peace. Everyone is hoping and striving for world peace. It is the one driving force of this decade and of de- cades to come. Universal peace concerns everyone of us, and everyone should be concerned with it. The search for a lasting peace is only a kind of game, but a game we dare not lose. Athletics gives us all three simple fundamental principles of peace, tll teamwork, coordination, and sports- manship. If the nations of the world would set aside their own petty grievances and selfish desires, and if they would adopt these honest principles, we would soon reach the time when men regardless of racial distinctions can say, uThis is Our VVOrld.v 91 TIGER BAND Our Majorettes together with james Taylor, bugler, and Robert Lutz, drum major, had very important parts in the program. MAJORETTES: Anna Klippel, Lu- cile Peters, Lola Wfeaver, Janet Page. For the past two years the Falls Booster Club has spon- sored each Spring a Tiger Band Review. Last Spring the Band under the direction of Mr. Reynolds and the A Cap- pella Choir under Miss Long entertained large audiences for two evenings with a program of music and novelty numbers. Clifford Stadium was the setting for this per- formance. There a large stage, featuring appropriate scenery and equipped with elaborate lighting served as the background for chorus and novelty numbers. BUGLER: James Taylor 92 REE The heads of the vocal and instru- mental music departments together with the president of the Booster Club and program director worked hard to make the review a success. Mr. Reynolds, Mr. Wills, Miss Long, Mr. Price. Members of the Booster Club gave liberally of their time to make the festival a striking success. The effort was inspired by the desire to give the community enter- tainment and to recognize the Music Department of the school. The Whole program was an excellent example of the Whole hearted cooperation given by all those having any part, even to the weather man. The proceeds from the two evening performances were contributed to the Band Uniform fund. DRUM MAJOR: Robert I.ut7 93 M... 'Nuo- 4 95 5298 i if' ffm. , Y, , ,, . 'V A 5., ' Nga .,.,. e ' 3 M I Q. Many events of great interest to those in Cuyahoga Falls were scheduled for the days following our date of going to press. In the Music Department the Band Concert, under the direction of Mr. Reynolds, was on the evening of March 11. Later in the spring on May 6 and 7 Miss Long directed the vocal department in the annual Music Festival. Because of the large amount of talent dis- covered, Mrs. Wyre presented the Speech De- partment in a series of one-act plays on the evenings of April Z4 and 25. They are as fol- lows: "A Cup of Sugarn, "The Birthday of the lnfantav. "The Necklace Is Minen. "The Valiantn, "The Strangest Feelingn, "So Won- derful ln White,,, and "High Vfindowil. The Annual was purposely held up in hopes that our basketball team might win the Dis- trict Championship or even win the State Class A Basketball Championship. In any event, a Recognition Assembly for the basket- ball team was held at the Falls Theatre on the afternoon of April 2. In our world of sports there was a rumor that there might be a baseball team in the Spring. 96 sl On April 18 and 19, with the aid of the Student Council, there was presented a High School Sportsman Show in which several con- tests were held, such as a casting and wood chopping Contest. Their plan was aided by the Ohio Conservation Corp. Social life was not forgotten. The Seniors held L1 Box Social. March 28, at which everyone had a grand time due largely to the fact that Mr. Hendricks was there to get the ball rolling, Interest ran high in the selection of queens and kings to reign over the various social events. There was the Booster dance honoring the Basketball team, April 26. The Y-Teen Mardi- Gras on April 11 was an event of sparkling en- tertainment. The Senior Prom in the Ballroom of the Portage Hotel was an event of May 17. The Juniors followed with their prom on May 23. Late in the spring, on May 29, the Seniors held their banquet. Some groups and organi- zations enjoyed outing. Then came Baccalaureate, June 8, followed by Class Day, June 9, and Commencement on June 10. School closed officially June 11. 97 Ilur Appreciation We, the advisers and yearbook staff, would like to ex- press our deepest appreciation to all those people and organi- zations that have helped us make the 1947 Cuyahogan What it is. For photography We Would like to thank especially the M. O,Neil Company of Akron, C. A. Capron, Jr., Roland Gam- ble, and Bob Andreas for all the time they have given us. 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Authorized Representatiwes for International Harvester Co. Galion Iron Wks. 8: Mfg. Co. Do You Know that your Singer Sewing Machine Covers buckles, Makes belts 84 buttonholes Does hemstitch 14 HOUR SERVICE M A I R jewelry and Records ing WA-5622 2105 FRONT sr. and Linoleum 2161 Front St. XVA-8886 2156 Front St. Good Link to all UPP05"fme"f of Falls High Students rm: sronr sum' and as exclusive agent in this ciry for world-famous McKean Signet Bell: of YOU' OWU School 0' foueg' Congratulations Q ,O E5i':,iWw1', 4 1,i5j!V11.',52 'E' tr.i..W,, ,4 .iirlr The 1946 Graduates Watch for the announce- ment of :heir arrival. I Henry Gooclwm, Inc. mfuuu slcnn scnool sms Quality Mm Styled and made in California 5 STORES IN THE ACME SUPFRINIARKETS Irvin Klein 2128 Front St. XVA-6411 g S. Main at Wilbcth Rd. PA-1464 1056 S. Main St. BL-0518 2175 FRONT ST. 107 Congratulations to the Graduates of 1947 We have appreciated your patronage durmg your school years. We hope i continue in the future xt W ll KQDPY3 AKRON - CUYAHOGA FALLS - TALLMADGE COLOR WORK CATALOCUES THE F. BOOKLETS OFFSET VVORK OFFICE FOPJNIS W. ORTH CO. 2031-2035 SECOND STREET Compliments of Capital Finance Corporation HANDY BAKING 2080 Front Street "Above Kr'ogers" Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 1114 Portage Trail WA 1126 108 MASTER ENGRAVERS T0 AMERICA'S SCHOOLS I Quality Integrity and Dependability have established themselves as a definite tradition with Pontiac. We have been constantly on the alert for new and improved procedures in yearbook designing and service. Our modern precision equipment is concrete evidence of adherence to this policy. Our experienced craftsmen and servicemen are carefully super- vised by experts in the field of distinctive school publications. We are proud to have y played a part in the publishing of this book in the capacity of official photo engravers. Q. Our entire personnel congratulate the staff for their splendid work and cooperation. D NG AN Pourutc ENGRMR Sci-loot. PuBx.ncA'rloN Division XM. sz:-azz wnsr VAN nunnm srnnsr, cnxcnco 7, nuuols 1159 lt pays to shop at the Falls Department Store for price and quality of ladies, and children's Wear Falls Department Store C-S Auto Body Sho COLLISION REPAIR We Specialize in Frame Straightening, Wheel Alignment and Wheel Balancing 2401 Fourth Street At Oakwoo P a Congratulations from C1-XPBON STUDIO Commercial and Portrait Photography WA-6671 Mair Building Hess ci GUEUTAL,1nC. "The Friendly Firestone Store" 2152 Front St. Cuyahoga Falls WA-6461 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Congratulations MRS. CATHERINE CAMERON Falls Graduates 61llll07fllf?1l' flue ojueniuug of flue CAMERON BEAUTY SALON 2101 Front Street fur flue neu' Aumrle Cuyahoga Falls, Olaio Walbridge 5376 Cformerly Modern Beauty Shopj from STATE ROAD HARDWARE and SUPPLY CO. 1658 State Road at Chestnut Blvd. 110 Uhr iIHrC5ntnz111 Ellunvrzll ignme "Tuffy iz Ffllldfffll Home" OVERLOOKING THE CHURCH PARK AT STOW AND THIRD WA-1515 WA-1313 FALLS PHARMACY 2109 Front Street for School Supplies Drugs cmd Prescriptions Photo Supplies W. G. Wertz, Prop. WA-2546 Compliments ot P. W. Woolworth Co. Complinzefzff of lanes, FALLS SAVINGS C0"feC'i'me'Y 6 Candy CO- Homemade Ice Cream Lunches 111 YOUTH is not a time of life - it is a state of mind. It is a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, a vigor of the emotions. It is a freshness of the deep springs of life. YOUTH means a predominance of Courage over timidity, of the appetite of adventure over love of ease . . . this often exists in a man of 50 more than in a boy of 20. NOBODY grows old by merely living a number of years. People grow old by deserting their ideals. You are as young as your faith, as old as your doubt, as young as your self Confidence, as old as your fear, as young as your hope, as old as your despair. IN the central place of your heart there is a wire- less station. So long as it receives messages of beauty hope, cheer, grandeur, Courage and power from the infinite, .so long are you young. The Falls Booster Club congratulates every member of the 1947 graduating classes. May you retain your interest in the high school and its activities . may you broaden your scope of civic activities . . may you xfuy young fm'r'z'f'r THE FALLS BIIIDSTEB CLUB 114 AUTOGRAPHS 115 AUTOGRAPHS 116 AUTOGRAPHS 117 AUTOGRAPHS 118 AUTOGRAPHS 119


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