Ellet High School - Elletian Yearbook (Akron, OH)

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ELLETIAN Ellet High School I U N E , 1 9 4 5 AKRON PUBLIC SCHOOLS OTIS C. HATTON, Superintendent OUR EXECUTIVES OTIS C. HATTON, Superintendent R- G- HYRE, PFiHCiI9CI1 CLARENCE FOUST President A HORACE W. BUTLER, ViC6-PI'9SiC1eI'1'l ANNE T. CASE WALTER N. KIRN KURT ARNOLD A. R. RITZMAN E. W. DANNER HAZEL ELEEK, clerk 2 DEDICATION 'IMPRESSION What man hath greater joy than we On some hostile foreign soil To see the Flag of Liberty Flying - our reward of toil. Undulating from Her mast Where once the Nazi standard flew - But all that belongs to the past. Forever fly, Red, White, and Bluel Lest we forget the Price we pay In ships and guns and men, Turn to our Fatherg let us pray That war won't come again. -Lt. Allen Darrell Ward, Somewhere in France. DEDICATION To the Ellet men and women of our armed forces and to those who have made the supreme sacrifice that our natio this issue of the HELLETIANH. n might live in peace, we dedicate 'Lieutenant Ward wrote the above poem when he observed from his wind h . ow, as e lay on a hospital bed somewhere in France, the American flag flying from a flagpole, where he and his comrades had placed it a day or two previously after first removin th ' ' 9 e Nazi flag which had hung there. 3 THEY DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY Pvt. Warren Shaffer, PV 1' WQYne LC-1ZenbYf Normandy, Iuly 11, IQ44 France, Nov. 22, 1944 Pvt. Eldridge Brooks, SXSQ1- HOIOCIFT Reed, 1 Sfsgt' km Beqtson ugly' April 19' 1944 Luzon, Feb. 5, 1945 France, Sept. 14, 1944 P.F.C. Harry Sawyer, Sgt. Iohn Bond' U. S-. 1943 T15 Clair Noss, Be1gium,Ian. 1, 1945 Belgium, Dec. 31, 1944 4 SKS t DO Id L . Pvt.Hcxro1d Rhocdes, Sgt' HGme1YGnkOViCh' g I nc ewls' Germany, Dec. 5, 9' Over Germany, 1945 - Q!- M ' S t. R' h dS 1 , mme g lc Gr WGIZ Capt. Frazer Redinger Belgium, Ion. 21, 1945 Iwo lima, Mar. 1, 1945 4, -Zlfif M EJ,1:Q5f5 . Cadet Lloyd Coffman, ' 'E Flofiolo, 1943 1 oorof f 111' -1 on 4 THEY D11-:D IN EEE EEEVEEE QE I Lt. Ictck White, Ho11cmd,Sept. 10, 1944 T! 5 Thomas Austen, Luxembourg, Nov. 4, 1944 5 Ward, Bernard ELLET HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES IN THE SERVICE OF Class of 19311 Furst, Wilson Moffatt, lohn Class of 1931 lordon, Deloin 'fNiestockel, Edward Class of 1932 Outland, Richard tlteed, Hobart Sawyer, Wilson Svpherd, George West, Ierome Wright, Alfred Class of 1933 Bell, Thomas Griffin, Donald Griffin, Richard W. Hart, Alfred Martin Leitch, Robert Wilson Lutes, Iames Marion McCoy, C. ArldOI1 O'Dell, Vernon Upton Philli s Harlan David P 1 Sawyer, Ira William Wright, Paul LeGrande Class of 'fBeatson, Ian BeSaw. lack C- Brafford, Eugene fooad, Rellflcfd Hough, Iames L. Lee, Iarnes Q. McFarland, Robert McGurk, lack S- Mellinger, Edward Metzger, Stephen "'Redinger, Frazer Rice, Donald N. Rouse, William F. Wallace, Robert E. "'Yankovich, Hamel Class of 1934 1935 Cleavenger, Millard E. Ferguson, William McGuire Gemmill. Carl F. Gemrnill, Iames Edward Lund, G. Paul Lute, Dale McCoy, Harold Oeffner, Robert L. Pascu, Iohn Rausch, George A. Reyman, Vincent Robert Rooney, Christopher Thomas Class of 1936 Arnold, Iarnes Clapsadle, Lester Davis, Francis Freidel, Alexander Givler, Richard Hiser, Harry Huth, Robert Kolaida, Paul Sankey, William Stair, Walter Irvin Starcher, George Townsend, Iames Wallace, Richard Earl "White, lack Woodling, Paul Howard THEIR COUNTRY Class of 1937 Appleby, Russell F. Ashbaugh, Howard L. 'l-Bozman, Leland E. Coultrap, Iohn E. Curtis, Clarence 4'Griffa, David Eugene Lamb, Ronald Robert - Pfeiffer, Earl Reymann, Iohn R. Stair, Webster Wolfe, Dale Woodring, Donald Class of 1938 Austen, Robert Axline, Ralph Boser, Alvin Bryant, Philip Burger, Francis Cocklin, Dale Collingwood, Benton Cosner, Eugene Dunlap, Leonard Gemrnill, Vincent Bob Givler, Glenn Haines, Ray Mack Kenepp, Arthur Lepper, Donald McFarland, Hobart Moore, Milton Murphy, Vincent Pascu, Charles Phillips, Wendell Prather. Arden Sanford, William Shenise, Harold Wellspring, Adrian Wymer, Billy Class of 1939 Baker, Eugene Baker, Richard Brubaker, Paul Eugene Buck, Donald Vernon Christian, Robert Coffman, Lloyd Robert Davidson, Iames Derreberry, Kenneth Donovan, William Emmett, Iohn Grant, David Grant, Richard Hissam, Richard 'l'Laubert, Edward "lLewis, Donald McCarte, Patrick 'l'McGurk, William Palmer, Iohn Pfeiffer, George Reed, Donald Reed, Rodney Sankey, Richard Slee, Walter Susong, Charles Swesey, William Warjon, Donald Class of 1940 Arnold, Paul "Austen, Thomas Baer, Clarke "Bond, Iohn Bosley, LeRoy Boughton, William Bray, Iohn Brown, Charles 6 Ik if Frese, Dale Grizer, Robert Haines, Ioe Haylett, Iames Higgins, Everett Higgins, Charles Hissam, lames Hoskins, Richard lsenberg, Edward Irvin Lazenby, Iohn Robert Long, Howard Marinoif, George McCrory, Carl Howard McFarland, Richard Reed, Kenneth Sausamen, Robert Sanders, Wayne Eugen Simms, Norman Snyder, George Swartz, Dick Ward, Darrel Wells, Hoyt G Class of 1941 Bartel, Arthur Iames Bender, Donald Okley Blessing, Byron Francis Bozeman, Owen Curtis Brown, Gerald Edwin Campbell, Kenneth Earl Carlson, Lawrence Alfred DeFord, Kenneth Charles Drummond, Earl Willard Fisher, Robert Eugene Fisher, William Paul Gallion, Robert Eldon Gemmill, William Grable, Kermit Hajba, Antal 'l'Huth, Eugene loseph l.ewis, Herbert Wilson 'l'Meade, William F. Pfeifer, Henry Rogers, lames Arlon Schoner, Carl Edward Simmons, Robert Ierorn S Speicher, Emerson Sanford Stair, Richard 'l"l'aylor, lack Wallace, Robert Eugene Ward, Virgil Wooddy, Iennings Lee WADE, HAROLD Class of 1942 Basinais, Frank William Bell, Harry Donald, lr. Brooks, Robert Russell Dieckman, William Earnest Hackworth, Chester Louis Hrdlicka, William Kelly, Ervin Emmet Sk Kunselman, lames Dale McCartt, Arlie Lee Mclntosh, Dean Curtis McMahon, William Wishart Osmond, Donald Clark Renner, William M. Shaffer, Warren Erdice Slee, Glen Howard Steinhauser, Iohn William Susong, Calvin Henry Trautman, Edwin Turner, George Howard Weyrick, Robert Clark Young, Frederick Stanley Continued on page 13 ,SERVICE ,STARS REC. 0.J'7'AlR ' ' ' fi . Pvrn Lurz N A gpg, B, CFL. I. ATLLY Jen c.mn.cona-561: J.mum Nt C. LMC 1 n sy, .LJACKSOIV Cox B-Knw-moi 396 Mmtung A 31: Bo. E 21:39, 4, 4-u,,A,4,g 'Vt "' 9""""' 7 Aft. xnffp 7731: n..fAv.mmu STARS ON OUR SERVICE FLAG 94cPa Aumuau.-ek Mzswu f ff- ' MW . . 0 IN Zfc P0 D KOLM D pvr F2 YO UNG CPL Rf? CPL. H. FZA7' 7'E7V CADE7' NA FISHER - 4. ...Nm , LTI MFISHER CDL. B FDDLEMAM 8 s af. 0. WOLFE 8 We D. BEATSON PEC. AJ-'AssNAcH7' l ' 5 , K Z 5 5 Q ulmw PVZ' J. WOODY Affv A.NEfsrocKLE SM ABEACH Tls' IQGIVLER PVT R BRUBAKER ye Ao. G. pn-'IFFER S210 .S'.Co1.scRov5 9 STARS 0N OUR SERVICE FLAG ' Q Wi? 5,14 9 H mv y , SGT D. MQINTOSH Lt Q. WALLACE Aft R HIGGINS cfr msmvoms PFC. W.MACMAl-'IN 8 210 77 LONG DO. G. SLEE SM D.MOA71S' PV7Z DSUMSTINE CPL. R. MYERS L72 IM SLEE 10 fir 1 Q 5 1 V 2w,Xl2?' A Ywiwff A yky .yy , H M! DAHMER HIDSHOR7' ' it I, , ,gg WT M 713 sw PFQHWOLFE FQ YOUNG wwf fb? PVIQSUMSWNE- E H!6'6'l!V.9 mfa ONE MF? FRE TZ MH ,954 LJWFE 94: R URBACH PFC. S . DEH NER C. GRHBLE 596 S. J. JTEINHDUIER CPL.K.GRm3LE I 'EBHRNE5 Ik SERVICE STARS PVT G'D0B9'Nf LT. RMCFHRLRND PWR. CUTLIP CPLM BECTON 12 7'un5R "' what o cute horse ,JAM ,A I I. . H ee' .t 'A ,. Wt-,s.,i, Wmwsi . ,pw if? fs, 5 it : fiat -V 5 22 ' f 'i 2 nm fum M -fs ,nw 55:52 ri ,,::- -04215. , if - if rv f , ,LM-Y., W, , ,,, ,X gy 'gf 1, ' Due- bp x 3 9" 1 'Q Q' , i N Y ,4,,,1' , . :Q ' M ' A 515 1 Q? 2 S tsl' its t Ufill 0, Iver! . Q 4 ' ,f - 3,' 4 ' . ' j 5 Xt. r ..,.,. f , 2 Ea Q lil ' i...- G :- is ---. 'Ti Cuties Class of 1943 Benedum, Max Garland Coleman, Robert Delvin Flatten, Hubert Louis Hall, Warren Glenn 'l'Husk, Alvin Lee Iackson, William Sheldon Kenepp, Gene Edward Kolmodin, Duane Theodore Long, Thomas Wayne Michaels, Neil Milton Nelson, Albert Phillip TRoss, Robert Clark Varner, Ross Earl Walker, Alfred Maxwell Woodling, Iames Charles Class of 1944 Beach, Arthur Brubaker, Leroy Crawford, Vincent Cutlip, Bob THOMPSON, LEROY 3 ., F5 Tb! 564,45 'hath paste ad Evelyn, Harold Green, Hollis Knight, Preston Krutel, Edward McGraw, Paul Moats, Donald Schoner, lack Short, Dean Urbach, Robert Women in the Service Georgina Townsend-WAC Martha laclcson-Marine Betty Ruth Lepper-WAVE Alice Neistockel-Red Cross Betty Stoltz-WAC Marilyn Hissam-Cadet Nurse Helen Weyrick-Cadet Nurse Virginia Fisher-Cadet Nurse Catherine Wheeler-Cadet Nurse Catherine Iefferson-Cadet Nurse Mary Sweeneye-Cadet Nurse Muriel Sigler-Army Nurse 13 Faculty Members in the 'l'Vernon Goodall Toe Zernla, Lt. I. G. lohn Bogner, P.F.C. Mary Louise Ford, Lt. I. G. Arland Wells, Major Walter Hranilovich, Cpl. Frank Whiteman, P.F.C. Missing in Action Terry West Prisoners oi War Edward Mellinger George Snyder Herman Eitel Chester Barron Carl Schoner .... 'Killed TDischarged Hold 'Unit' pose, Hedyl Service L 2 Y F X ,ya X5 X 4 Al, If Q g ,J 4 ,, M , .,.: Q ,,,:J -, ,Q Us Qjxgzw 4? ?Q x Q '5p 2f ,S as fi . N X 'z ELLETIAN STAFF ,V ,g-We we .L ' 1 L. ' xiii. yrs -gg M H . W V 4 , ,.X, , .M L, . M, .:.,,.4,, .,:. , L f g fn I v,-.h. . ,Y V ky - . 4' I 2 5- I -I 1 " A Ile, til I Q I :V fr, ,, :z .A . L ,W , JE, G M ,. . ,QW h W ,, , ef I I tm Q W hw E. HUIH EVANS E. M. N, JACKSON FISHER ' H 0 J 0 E 0 Ho KNECHT SIMMONS CARD! A ef 1., I , f A ' - I 2 Jw 'W I' W S f ' Q- A fi A 5 ' 'S V :..E, , f ' S A' I ,Q 1. 'S A 2'5",P fr' 'YSJQ X Ho B 0 W o Ao W 0 N . R , C . LEWIS B WALKER HISSAM QQRBIQI KOLMODIN SUMSTINE PUWE Mas. wn..soN MISS TAUSCH I ' A2l'J MRS - H11-1-EN mss GRANDSTAFF wg ,vi 1 fy 56 t , H. 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' 'ifllie ' - 3 gi 1 vt Y sf as 'Ti gigs i in f M , N. Grczndstcrff, B.S. FA EL . fi? lg . L 5, 1 2 535315411 .:2. ' 46 Qt gm M 2. . gf if '12 v 'Ziggy gf? ,jg . 5, fs ,ww ,, 9 2 X hive Q 7 . E D. Tcxusch, B.S. in Ed. L2 ..f:. .gz,.f ff , ww N... Mem., A W fp: R. Fcxtiguso, B.S. in Ed. I. Hall, A.B., B.S. in Ed. M. Vcmcxel Voort, B.S., MA. ggrjw HIGH SCHOOL ""' x E f -5 1' . - .- "" A . " ..v., f1' 'VW ' 35? :' QW 2:5 Q' 4 1 Qi' 'I 0 . Z. f .. - - 'Eff Liga ' ' -im 'W L ' " L 'IWW e ""- 1 i-. ' X fe- .gum 224 Y . -Jim .As ,,.. ...,. . ,, sy ? . 4 - f . . W, ,Q 5 '7', ., H ' ff. 4.gr w? ,.R'fx2'k ' 1 G Mayfield, A. Spcrhr pl King, A I. Benson, Clerk B.S. Music A.B. CEVERSON H E.H1L.LEN 'bfi !." nil ".' 'w" B- A ' . B- A- No PIC TU RE N0 PIC-1-U R E Elmer Myers L. P. Snyder, B.S., M.A. F. Scott, B.S. R. Cole, B.S.C. R, Pugh, BS, 15 PRESIDENT NORMAN KOLMODIN "Swede" Ambition-To have a first-class rat- ing in the Navy if l don't draw a blank diploma. Activities-French Club l, 25 Football 2, Mgr. 35 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 All-City Red Cross Pres. l, 2g Varsily "E" Club 45 Class Treas. 35 Annual Stall 35 Stu- dent Council 45 Class Pres. 4A5 Hi-Y 3, 45 Library 3. ERNIBT McMAI-IAN "Bud" Ambition-To rule over an empire arg have schclgol teachers as my slaves. ctivities- and lg St d t C 'l 4, Hi.Y 4, Class V. Pres. lf. an mme' HIGH TEN or THE CLASS or' '45 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,mb,e.. Ambition-To play "Chopsticks" in GERALD WADLINGTON Carnegie Hall. BARBARA BALO IEAN BLANCHARD PAULINE SLEE ROBERT BRUBAKER MILDRED HAHN MARY ILA IACKSON GRETCHEN PENDLEY RUBY ECHARD CLASS OF '45 A CLASS COLORS: lGreen and white. VICE-PRESIDENT CLASS FLOWER: White Carnation. S E C R E TA RY TREASURER Activities-Girl Reserves lg Haro- mano 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatic 35 Pres. French Club 35 Class C - ' - Q. I y, 4A, Chnsimas Pageant 4, N tional Honor Society 4g Salutatorian. DALE rr' 'cms my svmm -sup" A Ambition-To have an red head, and MOTTO: "We build the ladder by which we ruse." fgaffonfhs VGCGUOH Wlfh PGYlW1Ce G Aclivlties-Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 4. ' 16 EISEANFEI. Ambition-To join the WAVES. RALPH SUMSTINE "Sump" Activitiesglfrench Club l, Z, Glee Ambiuon-To be water boy tor Billy Club 2- Corbin's roiessional basketball team P with S250 salary per week. GRE.'I'CI-EEN PENDLEY "Gretch" Ambition-To die in peace. Activities-Rome, Ga., High l, Band 2, Orchestra Z, 3, Haromano 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll l,,2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Annual Staff 4, Glee Club 4, National Honor Society, High Ten. BARBARA HENRY "Hank" Ambition-To travel west and lasso a lanky cowboy. Activities-Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Literary Club 2, G. R. Basket ball 3, 4, Haromano 2, 4. ,fgg 2575 ily .Q r :mf i Q ,Q nw fi :ww , . any ff i ifiit ' i, -1 ff' 5 . ,.., . s is-21 DOROTHY SOWERS "Dot" Ambition--What I need plenty ot. Activities---Perfect Attendance l, 2, Haromano Z, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4A, Library Staff 4. WILLIAM CORBIN "Carb" Ambition-To be a professional bas- ketball player and coach. Activities-Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball Mgr. l, 2, 3, I-li-Y 3, 4, V. Pres. Hi-Y 3A, Pres, 4B, Varsity "E" Club 4, An- nual Staff 3, Red Cross 3, Student Coun- cil 4, Library Staff 3, Class V. Pres. 3B, Class Sec'y.-Treas. 3A. IEAN BLANC!-IARD "Ionamin" Ambition-eNot very much. Activities-Iennings High l, Latin Club 2, 3, Girl Reserves 2, 3, Haromano 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Iunior Town Meeting ot the Air 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, High Ten. LEONARD Lmcrcoms -,Leon VFW" MARY M mason .1 mu. AmbitionfTo win just one araument ih Ambition-To heave Q rock through Wnh Mary HO- at vvmdow in the pottery shop. Activities-French Club l, 2, Basket- 2 glcillggsspglgggzscilug gf 4353525319 52153, 41 HPY 42 Class TMS- 451 U' S- chief Annual staff 4, Higfh Ten. 17 .- czunu wxnmaaron DORIS SEAHECK "Sw LEAH HAYNE "Flys" 'Tutti' Ambition-No V Ambition-To graduate qs soon as Ambition-To be able to go to col- Activities-Library Stcdi 3, 4. possible. lege and get Q good education. Aan-'mes-Basketbqu 1, 2, 4- Foot- - mu 1, 2, 4,G1eec1ub3,1.qunC1uba, Latin cmb 3, Hi-Y 4, National Honor 3, 4, Pres, 47 Valedictoricn' Mon- hood up 4. 1 'CHN Sw-H "'l'ZiX.f,2'f'?f become ...AEI I0 WVU'-m'm "W Ambition-To be Cl singer with a jive general- p e Ambmon-To become on good secre- balggllbhti Club 1 G. I R T Activities-seudenl Council 1, 2, 31 mgcfjiges-Guimlwimglgiqi 3 4 1 on-Boosters , II e- , . ' . - , . , : serves 112, 14, Pres, 4, Clreuispldypgkce Club 2' 3' 4'AD""m'1 Sec'y. 3, Boosters Club I,G1ee Club l,2, 1 ANN YANIUWCH nouns ommrou- Hornby' Ambiiiorr-T0 be U model- Ambition-To go to college. Bm-rv l Activities?-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 ACm,mes-,Lmin Club 2' 3. Ponce Ambmon-T0 become Cm 91191116612 Christmcs Pugecml lg Boosters Club l. Club 2' 3' 4: Football 3' 4. Vm-Sify -'EH lb 4, Hi-Y 4. 18 ALBERTA PUGH .. .. Ambition-To get out of school this ROBERT YOUNG , Bob Year. Ambition-To be ct national sports- Activities-Glee Club 2. man. Activities--Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Police Club Z, 3, Student Council 3, Perfect Attendance 2, 3. MILDRED HAI-IN "Millie" Ambition--Dean Short! Activities- Red Cross l, 2, V. Pres. 2, Christmas Pageant lg Boosters Club lg Class V. Pres. 3, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Homecom- ing Queen 4, May Queen 3, High Ten. DONNA 1-nrrron 'sis' WILLIAM cuuix "Bin" W EAN DHRBY ulvfmie' Ambition-To take life easy. Ambition-UNOHS-H Ambition-To 991.11 job cmd egm ACllVlliS5-AH Club 1- anis Baseball enough, Tnoney to fem when I am 25 Team 1, Girls BasketbQi1 Team 1, 2, 4. Adwmes-Class basketball 4- HELEN FISHER "Stinkie" Ambition-To be happy and suc- cessful always. Activities -Boosters Club l 5 Glee Club 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, Girl Reserves Z, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, Dramatic Club 45 Annual Stall 4. CARROLL DEAN "Demsby" MILDRED MORGAN "Midge" Ambition-To be successful in any- thing l wish to accomplish. Activities-Glee Club 2, Latin Club 3. 19 Ambition-To finish school. Activities-East High 1, 2, 3. WWE WADE . . ERNET Moncmi "limi: ALICE r.n.LEY "Rod" Ambition-To be Io Spidles man- A bro T . .ntheN A -- . . - qvy, mbition-To be a secretary. A GgAl?L2tl:,v:1Sg1SiEgiSgl1gCif1S1b 1. Christ, Acllivliliers-Sllillnent Council l, 2, 35 Activities-Glee Club 2. 4: Girl Re' mas Pageant l 5 Girl Reserves Glee Club 2' 3' selves 2' 3A DORIS BARTA ' "Doris" Ambition-To join the WAVES. Activities-Girl Reserves 3, 4. DONALD HUTTON "Bub" RUBY ECHARD "Rod" Ambition-To be a traveling sales- Ambition-To be able to attain my man. goal in lite. Activities-Basketball lg Football Activities-Glee Club Z, 3, 45 Haro- Mgr. lg Police Club 2, 3, 4. mano 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4A5 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club Play 41-X5 French Club 1, 25 Christmas Pageant 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 High Ten. PAULINE SLEE "S1ggpy" Ambition-To sell tickets at the door for the annual Major League play-oil game in the magniiiciertt new Ellet igh Stadium. Activities-Glee Club 25 G. R. Bas- ketball Z5 Haromano 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Christmas Pageant 35 Dramatic Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Perfect Attendance l, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 45 High Ten5 Womanhood Cup 4. wmuruyi DAY "B111" ivnrmmn Mccrmcxm Amblflfm-T0 get out Of lhe AUUY- Ambition-To travel throughout the Activities-Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Orches- world, TTC 1. 2.53. 4: Band 2, 3. 41 Red CTOSS 42 Activities-Germantown High lg Dramatic Club 4: Kenmore H1911 1- south High 2, Class Basketball 3, 4, Glee Club 4. 20 PEEN. "Ruthie" ERI. SIMMONS "Sneaky" Ambition-To be a hostess at a serv- Ambition-To get a job as elevator ice canteen. man in the storage elevator of a one- Activities-Girl Reserves 2, 3, An- Sf0!'YbUildi1'1g- nual Stail 4. -Activities-Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres, 4A, Var- sity "E" Club 4, Basketball 3 4- Foot- bqu 3, 4, Annual staff 4. ' ' MILDRED ROBERTSON Ambition-To become a model. Activities-Glee Club 2, Christmas Pageant l, Minute Maids 4. ' ROBERT HBSAM "Doddy" Ambition-To play football and base ketball for Some college and become a coach, probably of good old Howe R. U. Activities-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Var- sity "E" Club 4, Student Council 4B, 321941, Z, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Annual 't . Ambition-To be a successful artist, Activities-Red Cross 1, 3, 4, Christ- mas Pageant l, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Art Club 1, Art Activities 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Annual Stall 4, Art Cup 4. RUTH BEERS "Rob" Ambition-To be a successful nurse. Activities-Latin Club 2, French Club 2, Christmas Pageant 4, Dramatic Club HEIEN IEWIS ROBERT REED "Skinny" EVANS - flake" Ambition-To be what I am not Ambition-To beat Leonard in a Ambition-T0 keep mY hfllf In CWI A I - - Club lv poker game- on a rainy day. Stair: ' Activities-Footbqu 1' 2, 3' 4: Vg-,sity Activities-Girl Reserves 2, 3, Christ' "E" Club 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Class President 3A, 4B, U. S. Navy. 21 mas Pageant 1, 3, Glee Club 2, Annual Statt 4, THOMAS WAR-DER "T0mmY" ROSEMARY HARDMAN "Rosie" Ambition-To become a good en- Ambition-To tfqvel, gineer and work for a good engineer- , Activities-Glee Club 2 3' ing concem. ' 2 glcitivities-Basketball 3, 45 Latin Club IACK KNECHT Ambition-To be a pilot in the Naval Air Corps. Activities-Band l, 25 Basketball 35 Perfect Attendance l, 35 Football 45 Var- sity "E" Club 45 Annual Staff 45 National Honor Society 4. IUANITA HAHDMAN "'l'oda" IOSEIPH BURTOFI' "loo" LOB FLOWER "Peggy" Ambition-To travel throughout the Ambition-"None." Ambition-To marry a millionaire. world. Activities-Football 3, 4, ' Activities-Noblesville High lj New Activities-French Club l, Z5 Glee Castle High 2,3B. Club 25 Girl Reserves 2, 35 Class Basket- beu 3, 4. WAYNE CARTER "C0lm'llund0" NINA GOODEN "Nicki" IOHN LOHR Wuhan!" Ambition-T oown a motorcycle that Ambition-To become a Navy nurse. Ambition-T0 be G Sl-1' Bfl-11 den- dvwft fall 6:1011 every time I hit G Activities-Girl Reserves 1 2 3 4- 'ist ifmsmall town- bump. Beeetefe Club 1, West High 22 Central Activities-Perfect Attendance 1, 2. Activities-Glee Club 3. High 35 Annual Staff 4. 22 ROGER BOUGHTON fu1'3lod" MARY SMITH nsmmyu DALE JENKINS "Bunglu" Ambitiqrl-To be Q success mg' Ambition-To be a success in what Ambition-T0 S1019 bunglifl Gnd do less phyelclmg. b H 1 2 3 4 B d ever I undertake to do. Somelhiflg W0flhWl'1il9- g Z Qcgfflgiigsgfg 35' 4' Drdmmie sigh AC1iviiieS..1-rome EC. Club 1, Z: Gi,-1 Activities-Red Cross 15VG1ee Club 25 Pi I 41 VCT 51 HE5, Cmb 4 Reserves 1, 2: Han-,mano SB: Dramatic Football 45. Student Council 45 National GY I S1 Y ' Club 4, Attended Dqdafadge High 1. ?O1wr Somew 4: Class V. Pres. 4BQ High en. RICHARD WBGNER "Dick" Ning 'EAN ROE . "Poodle" wn.uAM STEINHAUSER 'seem n" NAmbition-To be an admiral in the wexgylgrejgv? G nuisance to Q Ambition-To escape the draft. Cjfgvmes-Glee Club 2' 3: Band 4. Acnvmes-class-Basketball 2, 3, cm AC'm'1es'B'md 1' Zf Fwbcu 2' Reserves 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 45 Glee Club 1, 2. FREDERICK Gnoss "Ferdy" nosrznr BRUBAKER Em, BURCHET1. ..Bmh., RCRBE31 BDU-,FR k th be t IBN' AmbitioneTo go to college and learn Ambition-To get ambition, Ambition-To get away from it GH' sim3iO2'?r':Qh1fi:lyEir?d I: sei O any forestry' Activities-French Club 3' 45 NG' Activities-Girl Reserves 1 2, 3 4. Ad At- F than 1 ZY 3. Boosters Activities-Police Club 3, 4. tional Honor Society 45 High Ten. ' X ' C1 uh Ylzfeigugfeld High Ai' 4B. EARL GALLION "Tank" WILLIAM POWERS "Bill" Activities-Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Ambition-To own a helicopter and Student Council 45 Class Sec'y. 4B5 Var- be up in the air most of the time. SUY "E" Club 4- Activities-Football 1,25 3, 4. 23 CLASS HISTORY OF '45 When in the fall of 1941 the present Senior Class entered the halls of Ellet High School, they were just young "freshies" willing to learn all they could about the customs of high school- so different from grade school days. That year the Boosters Club was formed and many of the freshmen joined the club. The basketball team brought victory to Ellet that year by winning the Metropolitan League Championship. When they entered their sophomore year, the present seniors felt even more than one year older and wiser. A review of the various activ- ities for that year shows that the sophomores were active in many school affairs. The boys showed talent in sports. The following boys of the class played football: Virgil Mick, Bob Reed, Virgil Lisle, Bill Powers, Norm Kolmodin, Gene Bames, Bob Daugherty and Earl Gallion. ln the basketball field Bill Corbin, Bob Reed, Norm Kol- modin and Gene Barnes helped to win the Co- Metro Championship along with Stow and Nor- ton. ln the Haromano honor society for girls Pauline Slee, Mary lla jackson, Barbara Henry, lean Blanchard, Barbara Balo and Ruby Echard were the sophomore members. Eight sophomore girls joined the Girl Reserves and worked hard for the club. In their junior year the members of the Class of '45 were proud upperclassmen. That year they took a part in one of the greatest successes that could come to any high school. Their basketball team went through a season of remarkable play- ing and won for Ellet High School the Class B State Championship. This success brought to Ellet the respect of other schools and a greater pride in the little school. On the championship varsity team were Bill Corbin, Norm Kolmodin, Gene Bames, Bob Hissam and Bob Reed from the junior Class. Other juniors, including Tommy Warder, Earl Simmons, jack Knecht and Leonard Lincicome, served as substitutes on the team. Two junior girls, Helen Fisher and Millie Hahn, were cheerleaders who helped to cheer the team to victory. Among the junior boys who played football were Bob Reed, Roger Bauhart, joe Burt- oft, Bill Powers, Don Ormiston, Roger Boughton, Earl Gallin, Earl Simmons, Bob Hissam, Gene Barnes and Bill Steinhauser. First semester of- officers were: President, Roger Bauhart, Vice- President, Bill Corbing Secretary-Treasurer, Norm Kolmodin. The second semester saw a change of officers. Bob Reed was elected President, Millie Hahn became Vice-President, and Bill Corbin was Secretary-Treasurer. ln january the juniors held a "Goan and Swoon" dance, which was pronounced a success. At about the same time the class chose class colors of green and white. The Class of '45 is now about to be graduated from high school. For four years they have been together as a class interested in much the same things and enjoying the same events of a happy school life. Soon they will take different paths of life. Some will go to collegeg others will enter the field of industry. Many young men will enter the armed forces. Roger Bauhart, William Day, Rob- ert Reed, Earl Gallion, Leonard Lincicome and Donald Hutton have already left to serve their country. Others will follow soon after Commence- ment Day, which is set for june 7, following Baccalaureate services on june 3. After the close of school, Iune 8, they know that never again in this life will all of the members of the Class of '45 be together as a class. Their work in Ellet High School will be finished. CLASS PROPHECY-1945 It was a balmy day in Mdrch, 1965, when I strolled through the door of the huge gymnasium in Columbus to watch the finals of the State Class B Championship tournament matching the Fostoria Flaminglos and, of course, Ellet's mighty Orangemen. As it was an hour be- fore game time, I decided to stroll around and see Whether I could meet anyone from the Class of '45. Hearing a disturbance in the doorway, I went over to see who was there and met a group of grimy looking characters who had seemingly been hard at work. Look- ing closer beneath the grime and dirt I recognized several of y old classmates including Norm Kolmodin, who was high window washer in Bauhart's Putty Knife factory and the only man in Ellet with a 200-girl harem. With Norm was Bill Corbin, who was head janitor in the same factory and sparring partner for Ralph Sumstine, who was now a professional wrestler known as Otto Von Hubba. After exchanging hearty greetings we all went to our seats and sat down to talk over old times and gossip about what other class members were now doing. Because there were many strange things discussed, I decided to take notes, and here are the amazing results. Nina Gooden is still hoping that the fifteen sailors she writes to won't all come home at once and stage a major naval battle on her front porch. Helen Fisher is teaching a school of boys how to become cheerleaders. The school is owned by Bill Steinhauser and, famous as Steiny's Stinking School for Sloppy Shouters, is located in the heart of West Virginia on a beautiful hill overlooking the Hogwood Home for Happy Hogs, which is owned and operated by our old churn, jean Blanchard. Mary lla Iackson, as Mrs. Leonard Lincicome, is co- owner of the Kurtz Lumber Company, but the company is now only a toothpick factory because of Leonard's bad luck at poker. Elsie Antel works for the company freight handler and pushes box cars around the yard when it is necessary, while Bill Powers is chief toothpick handler and is just recovering from a complete physical breakdown caused from overwork. Bill has finally achieved his life's goal of being a complete failure, for which he has been preparing himself with twelve years in college. ferry Wadlington is a retired businessmen residing in his small country cottage of eighty rooms, with swimming CLASS PROPHECY+l945 pools, tennis courts, and other luxuries to match. Pauline Slee no longer has to swoon at Ierry's picture in the television set because she has a job as his maid and a maid's house with padded walls so she can swoon with- out hurting herself. Living next door is the famous star, Wayne Carter, who finally crashed Hollywood in the Frankenstein movies and is destined to become the great- est boogey-man since Boris Karloff. Renting part of Wayne's spacious yard is our old class- mate, Bob Hissam, who is traveling the country with his all-girl orchestra and having the time of his life. Bob's orchestra is made up entirely of peroxide blonds, and his theme song isa cute little number called "Bwang". Donald Ormiston has become a famous scientist and has designed many horrible monsters to be used in hor- ror movies. Donald I-lutton is Ormiston's publicity agent and has a string of seventeen modern offices with match- ing secretaries. In the same building there is a special engineering company which is owned by Dale Ienkins, lack Knecht and Tommy Warder. This intellectual trio invents and designs new-style yo-yos, scooters, wagons, bean shooters with telescopic sights, and precision-built sling-shots which are tested by dare-devil Robert Bru- baker, who has nerves of steel. In the heart of Ellet stands a beautiful building, a brewery owned by Earl Gallion, who tests all the drinks to see that they are properly aged. In this same building Earl Simmons works at his profession of being elevator man in a storage elevator of a one-story building. These are the only members of our class known to be preserved in alcohol. Gretchen Pendley owns a New York hot spot which is world-famous as "Pendley's Stagger lnn" and Ianice Wade works there as chief bcu-tender and bouncer. She is fondly known as "Wonder Girl Wade", the Charles Atlas of the fairer sex. Feature attraction at the club is Ray Evelyn's swing band, which is composed entirely of red-headed girls, the same ones he has been admiring since 1940. Also appearing in the show is Ioan Spidle, who is now a famous Metropolitan Opera star and makes daily lectures on the evils of dancing and jive music. Ruth Beers and lean Darby are both dancing girls in the chorus, which is directed by quiet little Iohn Lohr, who is very, very interested in his work. Ruth is going to retire from dancing because she has finally made a solution which has restored hair on Mr. Pugh's bald top and she is making a fortune. Annie Yankovich finally got up enough nerve and ex- perience to pass her driver's test which she has been putting off since l940. The test was given by the Hardman Sisters, Rosemary and Iuanita, who are policewomen and have been waging a torrid war against the underworld. Only recently they became famous when they captured the jewel thief who robbed Leah Haynes, a Powers model, of S50,000.00 in jewelry. The thief was caught when he attempted to snatch the purse of a lady wrestler, Doris Barta, and he will be sent to prison as soon as he is out of the hospital. Bill Day, because of his head start on the rest of the boys, became a general in the army, and he is now com- manding officer of a WAC base in California. Yard birds, Helen Lewis and Helen Carden, are both orderlies of General Day and they spend their time polishing brass buttons and listening to his beautiful violin music. Roger Boughton, who has finally become a doctor, has the stupendous task of treating General Day's bunions. Bill Clark bought the Ellet Theater and has changed its name to th . llew Ellet Gayety. Here Millie Robertson sells tickets to all the patrons, and Betty Plaul is often billed as the feature attraction. Alberta Pugh is head usher and Barbara Henry waxes the runway and fights off all the baldheaded men in the front rows who threaten the bub- ble dancers with the new type of rocket bean shooter. Robert Young and Richard Wagner play a trumpet duet, their specialty being the "Strip Polka". Barbara Balo finally achieved her goal in life when she played "Chopsticks" in Carnegie Hall before a crowd of 55,000 pleased people. Outside the hall was Ruby Echard perched high upon a soap box boring everyone with another one of her long speeches. Carroll Dean kept interrupting Ruby by flying too close in his helicopter on his daily paper route. He finally landed in a nearby yard .owned by Iimmie Wallick, who is teaching Latin at Ellet High School, is happily married, and has four little iib- bering idiots. Millie Hahn is also married and is rearing a new State Championship team of little white-haired boys who closely resemble someone we all remember. Toe Burtoft has aained the position of Superintendent of Schools and is making life miserable for all the prank- sters in the school system. Doris Seabeck and Norma lean Roe are working as carpenters on the new Ellet High School building, which is finally being built. The new home oi Alma Mater is being placed next to Fred Gross's factory which is the largest concern in the country for producing weight-reducing apparatus. Alice Lilley and Mildred McCracken pose for pictures advertising the ap- paratus. Elizabeth Huth is now posing for pictures as she always wanted to do, but she has replaced Charles Atlas as an example of how to build morale. Bud McMahon fulfilled his ambition of pluclcing the hairs in Hitler's mustache one by one, and he liked it so, well that he opened his own shop and is now a world- famous beautician. His assistant and chief manicurist is Ernie Morgan, who has all the girls swooning over him and flocking to the shop to have their nails trimmed. Lois Flower has visited the shop so often that she has lost all her nails and has spent several weeks in the hospital. She is recovering now and will soon be able to return to her job as chief dealer in the poker games at Fon- taine's Chapel, which is now owned and operated by Bob Reed, who went there so often that he bought the place and moved in. Mary Smith wanted to have lots of fun to make up for the time wasted at Ellet, so she bought an amusement park, where she now spends all her time. Ellen Evans works as a bearded lady in one of the shows, while Dot Sowers runs the penny arcade and makes sure no one uses slugs in the peanut machines. Donna Hutton has top billing in the side show as Muscles Hutton, the "World's Strongest Girl", who challenges any person to last three rounds with her. lo Holland is the flag pole sitter because she likes to be alone. On her vacations she relaxes by climbing mountains or washing windows in the Empire State Building. A Mildred Morgan is a bull fighter in Mexico and spends most of her time weaving red blankets and raising tame bulls. Betty Burchett lives next door to Mildred and owns the world's largest gopher farm which specializes in spotted and speckled gophers and pink elephants. By the time we had finished our pleasant little chat, the crowd was howling for the championship game to start. Soon the boys wearing the Orange and White came out upon the floor and Ellet was off to another State Championship. Earl Simmons, Class Prophet. CLASS WILL-1945 We, the undersigned members of the Class of 1945, having been proven thoroughly insane and definitely not in our right mind, do hereby make our last will including the following bequests: ARTICLE I Section 1 To the remaining student body and faculty we leave our best wishes, and, along with that, the beautiful aroma of Mephitis Mesomelas in the study hall to make sure they don't forget us too soon. Section 2 To Mr. Snyder we leave a gold engraved yo-yo so he can amuse himself while he forces next year's seniors to make up time for tardiness. Section 3 To Coach Scott we leave the empty space in the trophy case and the dull prospect of filling it without any of the senior athletes. Section 4 To the student body we leave the facultyg to the faculty we leave the student body-minus the Class of '45, Gruesome thoughtl Ain't it? ARTICLE II Individually, each member is so glad to get out that he leaves the following belongings, which we hereby distribute with pleasure: Section l Don "Paddlefoot" Ormiston leaves his big feet to any junior who thinks he is strong enough to lift them off the ground, and three shoe stamps which are required for each pair of shoes. Section 2 Tommy Warder leaves his "beat-up" basketball shoes and a roll of tape to Roger Clapsaddle so he can get his money's worth. Section 3, lack Knecht leaves his Ford to anyone with the nerve and engineering ability to drive it-in other words, any- one inhuman. Section 4 Ierry Wadlington gladly bequeaths his many titles such as "Bulgy", "Butterball", and "Waddles" to Iirnmy Fee together with a carton of vitamin pills so he can grow into them. Section 5 Carroll Dean pans his super deluxe slide-rule off on any junior who thinks he has the time and brains to use it. Poor boyl Section 6 Hall Guard, Fred Gross, wills his bell-ringing job to any junior who thinks he can stand the anguished cries of the freshmen, who are always late. Section 7 Ernie Morgan gives Irvin Heckerman his bashfulness, which up to now has never appeared in public. Section 8 Mildred McCrackin leaves her good bookkeeping grades to any smart kid-in fact, she's even going to return the teacher's answer book. Section 9' Mildred Dobbins falls heir to Betty P1aul's spunk and ability to argue with teachers. One first-aid kit included. Section I0 That high powered scooter, better known as a motor- cycle, is a present to Bob Leppert from Wayne Carter, who's darned glad he's still healthy enough to give it away. Section ll Dainty little Bud McMahan, our poor man's Charles Atlas, graciously wills the muscle in his right arm to Bob Gordon, who undoubtedly won't know what to do with it. Section 12 Annie Yankovich leaves Pat Reed a bottle of ink re- mover and the edge of a desk to chew on in case she takes bookkeeping. Section 13 A beautiful pair of dimples that dodge in and out of his beard are left to some lucky junior by Earl Gallion, who really doesn't appreciate them. Section 14 Norma lean Roe presents her ability to get caught pulling pranks to anyone crazy enough to try it. And who would that be but Iackie Pashkil Section 15 Bob "Hero" Hissam leaves his football and basketball skill t?l to Robert Shaffer-and that ain't all. Section 13 Alice Lilley says she leaves her silliness to Minnie Reed, but personally we think she used it all up in his- tory class, so there can't be much to will. Section 17 Laura Griffin is blessed with Ruth Beer's beautiful pen- manship, but she'd be much better off if she swiped a typewriter-even if she got caught swiping it. Section IBX Ralph Sumstine gives his luxurious C?l Studebaker to Carl Stair. Boy, will Carl be madl Section I9 To Don Smith goes Bill Corbin's ability. to push Ralph's car, so Don and Carl can be mad together. Section 20 Andy Calderon gets Bill Clark's high gradesg so we can count on having Andy around for several more years. Section 21 Doris Barta leaves a warning carved in her desk dedi- cated to' any fool who's taking bookkeeping, Section 22 Maybe Bill "Beaky" Walker can find some use in the army for the shyness left to him by Iohn Lohr. Section 23 Everyone wants to get rid of her quietnessg so Donna Hutton leaves hers to Ianice Krumroy, who probably won't use it. Section 24 Bob Lawver is willed Barbara Balo's nimble fingers, but he won't find much use of them because the piano in Room 15 just can't take it. Setion. 25 Alberta Pugh bestows her long fingernails. an Catherine Mick. If she accepts them and combines them with her temper, the junior boys had better look out. CLASS WILL-1945 Section 26 Ruby Echard gives her ability to do. other peoples homework to anyone dumb enough to do ity but let s hope the new sucker at least does it right. Section 27 l Leah Haynes wants to will her grades to a dumb juniorg so, since we don't play any favorites, all the juniors can have them. Section 28 Mary Smith's ability not to concentrate on anything goes- to Mildred Turner, who already knows how to use it. Section 29 Pauline Slee wants to will her attendance record to someone, but no junior will take it because she's here every day. Section 30 Iimmie Wallick bequeaths his ability to translate Caesar to any poor unsuspecting junior who is silly enough to take second year Latin-Warren lowe, please note. Section 31 Ioe Burtoft wills his very good relationship with the Principal to George Ables, hoping that George will keep out of mischief better than he has. Section 32 Dale Ienkins leaves his amazing propensity for bungling to Ierry Tyree. Section 33 To some lucky junior go Ieanie Darby's high grades and her reserved seat in summer school. Section 34 Lois Flower gives her ability to get out of seventh period study hall to anyone who doesn't like school. Don't everyone grab at oncel Section 35 "Fat" Fassnacht gets the ability to do at least 35 push-ups in gym class from Ray Evelyn. Poor boyl Section 36 Elizabeth Huth leaves what intelligence she possesses to "Piggy" Hughes. Section 37 The quiet reserve of Roger Boughton goes to lack Bunch, with Mrs. Wilson to make sure he uses it. Section 38 Richard Wagner says he leaves his know-nothing ability to Hoyt Eady, who's in the same boat. Section 39 Bob "Blimp" King gets Robert Young's ability with the trumpet to aid the other seven members of the Ellet Band. Section 40 Earl Simmons leaves the foot prints in his football hel- met to Marv Frye, who will undoubtedly collect some to go with them. Section 41 Elsie Antel wills her ability to flick and get caught and the seat outside the office to "Shorty" Knecht with the fond hope that she can climb up on it. Section 42 Gretchen Pendley's silence goes to Bob Gordon, so we suggest Bernard Peters as new cheerleader. Sction 43 Bob "Rabbit" Brubaker, has nothing to bequeath, so he leaves it all to lack Bunch, who needs it. Q Section 44 Mary lla lackson leaves Marilyn "Watford" Wolfe to any junior who can match her giggle for giggle. Section 45 Nina Gooden aives "Red" Proctor back to the freshie girls unless Coach Scott gets him first. Section 46 Bob "Slippery" Reed leaves his ability in English to any junior who doesn't expect to graduate and likes daily trips to study hall. Section 47 Don Hutton leaves all his old girl friends in Ellet High to Garold "Peanut" Cross and Ronald "Bunk" Wells. Section 40 Doris Seabeck wills her ability to flick to any junior who is willing to risk making use of it. Section 49 Leonard 'lFritz" Lincicome wills his ability to get satis- factory admits to any playful junior who likes pink colors. Section 50 Helen Fisher leaves her short, short cheerleaders skirt and its big seams to Bernard Peters-he'll need them. Section 51 Audrey Smith is the lucky gal who gets lanice Wade's ability to crack gum. Section 52 luanita Hardman leaves her diploma and a bottle of ink remover to her little brother so he will be sure to get one. Section 53 Millie Robertson leaves her bookkeeping homework to Miss VanderVoort. At last she got it finishedl Section 54 -Barbara "Hank" Henry leaves her job at Isaly's to any girl who likes to have boys trying to get her attention. Section 55 lo Spidle wills her jitterbugging to Pat Reed, and a book on first aid to be used in case she slips. Section 56 Roger Bauhart leaves-with that cute little card which bears the word "Greetings" on the top. Section 57 Bill Day bequeaths his violin, minus two strings, to the Iunior Class to be placed in the trophy case. Section 58 Any three freshmen who think they can fill them are welcome to Bill "Peaches" Powers' shoulder pads and football shoes. Section 59 - Helen Carden just leaves-still wearing that Spring- field sweater. Wonder whyl Section 60 Rosemary Hardman leaves her long, black, naturally wavy hair to Margaret Nooker. Section 61 Dorothy Sowers leaves her seat in Room 15 to anyone who wants to be used as a landing field for the dozens of paper airplanes that cruise about the room whenever the senior boys have an especially juvenile streak. Section 62 To Barbara Taylor goes Mildred Morgan's sun tan that she got in chemistry class from the reflection of the sun off Mr. Pugh's glistening top. Section 63 Bob Lawver falls heir to Norm Kolmodin's dangerous job as chief test pilot of all paper airplanes manufac- tured on the Room 15 assembly line. 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White George Swank B. T. Watkins Iudy Funkhauser Mrs. G. O. Brittain Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lohr Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Balo C. B. Brubaker Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pugh Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lawver O. Iohns Chester Ritter C. E. Susong Albert Albright Mr. and Mrs. Ioe Csonka Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Clark Patricia Clark Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. . and Mrs. Mr TIS and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sypherd Ralph Stair Iack Fasig Loren Reushman I. C. Dies I. C. Botzum C. L. Huggans N. L. Gordon Charles Smith Fred Henry Robert Bromhall Frank Walker L. H. Slee Henry Huth E. R. Higgins P. B. McGraw A. D. Lenhart R. E. Netherton T. Parker Grant Davis Melville C. Peck R. H. Burbeck T. B. Frame William Bushey W. E. Shatter Philip Riley G. Pitts NGQY D. R. Russell M. W. Brittain Paul Pugh I. G. Evans Merle Corbin Mr. Roscoe Allerton Mr. and Mrs. Iohn W. Ewart George Iackson Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Lenhart Maybell Baskey Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Kurtz Alice Durant CLASS WILL-1945 Continued Section 64 Millie Hahn wills her fickleness to Ioan Woodling fWhat will they think of next?I Section 65 Iean Blanchard wills her long speeches in speech class to anyone who has the desire to put the Senior Class to sleep. Section B6 Iim Alford replaces Bill Steinhauser as commander ot the eraser tiring squad in Room 13. Section 67 lo Holland leaves her leg-painting skill to the Ellet Auto Wrecking Company to be used in painting trucks. Section 68 Ellen Evans wills her speed and aggressiveness in dashing down the halls to Gene Proctor to be used next football season. Section 69 Betty Burchett gives an empty fingernail polish bottle, tour hairpins, and a pack of beechnut chewing tobacco to the next owner of her locker. Section 70 Helen Lewis leaves her natural artistic ability to any junior who is desperate for a credit. With apologies to the Faculty and Student Body of Ellet High School this document is signed by the Senior Class and acknowledged to be their last will and testa- ment. EARL SIMMONS, Class Lawyer. 29 1. . f Ag.. A , X 93 'Q MZ, X M3 , . X A S -V m 1 B Kntflai' N- -Pre-'H' Smlhw ff -X ,,., , V . . .1,5,,. V, ,.,! ,W i n , ,,,, .-:siw eg v,,,,V.M, : ,'z1 ...: 1 5-gg I g---3.5 V, wf 53 '3' 4 - HI. Bvuxsolmr U Yassnsel-T M.NNn-QLX-. V EI : -fi fl fn ., ipzf,ff,7!2?V? - J 'I ' ' ,fin - f ifwflafl ,J 1 W, ., - VX, g -wgvmh , ggi, " g 1, .V V fi 'f .av y M V353 iwiz ff gi W was Qwmyf V 535 :wi A X' 5, L egg R. UQM5 U,HC', A f D s? 9- Wusnmi .L B mvmxu K - ' ' - W 4 ' iw 'rr N. SPQLM MW? 'fm S V A 5 V, gsm j , 4 4, V 5 5 if .... 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CHEEFLEAUEPLS' N-HHHN d.wO0DLlN6 B.GORDON YMHRSDEN H.-FISHEPX 32 IUNIOR NOTES First semester officers of the Iunior Class were: Ierry Tyree, Presidentg Warren Lowe, Vice-Presi- dentg Ida Province, Secretary-Treasurer. The elec- tion of officers for the second semester made Bob King President, Bernard .Peters, Vice-President, Betty Iane Young, Secretaryp and Garold Cross, Treasurer. When the Iunior sweaters came in the class colors of scarlet and white, they created a mild sensation among the members of the student body. Marion Brubaker, Mildred Steele, Robert Lep- pert, Bob King, Donald Iefferson, Bob Lawver, Betty Tripp, Ida Province - and Marilyn Wolfe were on the honor roll all year. The Iuniors were well represented in sports by Bernard Peters, Ierry Tyree, Bob King, Ralph Robinson, Donald Fassnacht, Warren Lowe, Wil- liam Walker and Carl Stair in football. In basket- ball Iames Fee played with the varsity and Lester Urbach, Ierry Tyree, Bob King, lim Palmer and Garold Cross played with the reserves. Bob Gordon and Yvonne Marsden were cheerleaders. Mildred Dobbins, Stella Baker, Dorothy Haynes and Nadine Speck were drum majorettes. The Iunior girls are pleased with their scholar- ship record which enabled them to hold the Scholarship Banner for more than one period of each semester. Iunior members of the Haromano Club, a girls' honor society, include Marion Bru- baker, Betty Iane Young, Betty Tripp, Mildred Steele, Madine Speck, Marilyn Kurtz, Ira Province and Marilyn Wolfe. The Eleventh Grade met the challenge of the Sixth War Loan drive with grim determination. The total bond sales passed the nine-hundred- dollar mark. Four Iunior boys -- Bernard Peters, Bob Law- ver, Lester Urbach and Ierry Tyree-have be- come famous as a quartet called "The Four Notes". They have sung in several assemblies and have become very popular with the student body. Donald Iefferson sang with the quartet in the place of Bernard Peters during the Dramatic Club play because Bernard was otherwise en- gaged while playing his part in the play. Other Iuniors who were members of the play cast were Martha Alford, Ianice Krumroy, lack Bunch, Pat Clark, Robert Gordon, Donald Iefferson, Nadine Speck, Mildred Steele and Betty Tripp. Betty lane Young was in charge of costumes. Girl Reserves from the Iunior Class are Stella Baker, Ioanne Smith, Nadine Speck, Audrey Smith, Dorothy Haynes, Mildred Dobbins, Betty Tripp, Pat Clark, Iudy Huggens, Ida Province and Marilyn Wolfe. lunior members of Hi-Y are Wil- liam Walker, Ralph Robinson, Donald Iefferson, Warren Lowe, Bob King, Bernard Peters, Donald Fassnacht and Ierry Tyree. Recently elected Iunior members of the National Honor Society are Betty Tripp, Donald Iefferson, Robert King and Robert Lawver. Marilyn Wolfe, Junior Reporter. SOPHOMORE ACTIVITIES Although the Sophomore Class has not had many activities of their own, the tenth graders are represented in most of the important organi- zations of the school. On the football team five members from the Sophomore Class played in many of the games. Gene Proctor, Larry Margroff, Charles Wolfe, lim Alford and Marvin Frye were these representa- tives. ln basketball, the only other sport in which Ellet schoolboys play inter-scholastic games, the Sophomores placed two boys on the varsity team. These boys are Gene Proctor and Marvin Frye. On the reserves were Bill Wallace and Bud Walker. The girls of two 10A homerooms challenged the sophomore boys to basketball games. The girls of Room 26 lost 64-21, and the boys beat the girls of Room 14 by a score of 72-30. The Sophomore Honor Holl bears the names of lean Memmer, Esther Rennick, Barbara lack- son, Christina Powers, Helen Iones, Lois Mathias, Roland Swank, Iohn Lucas, lim Lawver and Gene Proctor. Nine students were chosen to represent the Sophomore Class in the Iunior Red Cross under the guidance of Miss Hall. The president is Chris- tina Powers. Other members are Barbara lack- son, Pearl Sullivan, Marjean Reiger, Carol Elli- fritz, Bonnie Cartright, Harold May, Roland Swank, Dorla Alman and Merle Sumstine. In the Haromano Club, a girls' honor society, are Helen Iones, Barbara Iackson, Christina Powers, Lois Mathias, Esther Rennick and lean Memmer from the Sophomore Class. The Latin Club and the Glee Club also have many Sopho- more members. Ioan Woodling is the sophomore cheerleader. The four persons who represent the Sophomore Class on the Student Council are Delores Lewis, Ioan Woodling, Gene Proctor and Marvin Frye. Iohn Lucas, lim Lawver, Bob Hardman, Bob Higgins and Marvin Frye are members of the band and orchestra. Early last fall, when the bond issue which would give Ellet a new school building was in full swing, the Literary Club, composed chiefly of Sophomores, produced a short play which did much to advertise the bond issue. Iohn Lucas, lim Lawver, Bob Hardman, Bob Higgins and Marvin Frye took part in this play. When the Sophomore Class decided to order their sweaters this year for early delivery next fall, the committee appointed to take charge of the arrangements included Delores Lewis, Pearl Sullivan, Gene Proctor and Marvin Frye. The class colors chosen are royal blue and white. From the above notes it will be observed that Sophomore activities throughout the school year have been many and varied. Marvin Frye, Sophomore Reporter. 4 0,1 1.2.5.-:., Z! 1 ff . 4 .iff 5 I .-. 5 4 K . M5 Q M W x - g, X A ,HE . 3 Q' .. . Q , ,L .Yrs vriwgw, SOPHOMORES .W . . 6 2 . .r gw . x B. 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Kle nr Hchlre P12 fur! i Q : f 'mAhL A 2 r , I No Na ,V 1 Y t Ffh Tar: PM Tore I .V11.'fff JlV0f'7'0"3 ff"0""' C-Mick D-frvflw J'K9h+hlf.-Y Rdaplgy R.LuTe FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY On September 6, 1944, ninety freshman students entered Ellet High School to start a new phase in their life. After getting acquainted with the high school boys and girls, we started to settle down to learn the customs and schedule of the high school. The class had a hayride in the fall, but because of fuel shortage we had no other social activities in the school. Under the leadership of Coach Scott, a fresh- man basketball team was formed. This added to our class spirit which, we hope, will carry us through with flying colors until the happy year of graduation! A Glenn Proctor, Freshman Reporter. D. Sul-tu Ron R- 7464120 R . 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With eleven lettermen returning, Scott had a nucleus to build one of the biggest teams to represent Ellet in the last few years. ln the first game of the season the Ellet boys sported bright new uniforms. Ehe Ellet Eleven participated in the Football Preview held at the Rubber Bowl September 8, 1944. Playing one quarter, Ellet lost to Barberton in the last few seconds of play, 7-O. The Orangemen opened their regular season September 23 against St. Iohn's of Canton. Ellet lost this disappointing game 6-O. Gene Proctor, injured in the Football Preview, was unable to PUY- Ellet opened the Metropolitan Loop by soundly trouncing Norton 27-6, after scoring in the first few minutes of play on a pass from Gene Proctor to Roger Bauhart. Bob Hissam kicked the extra point. Late in the second quarter Ellet scored again, .with Bob Hissam carrying the oval over from the two-yard line. Hissam kicked the extra point. Earl Simmons carried the ball over from the three-yard line to score another touchdown in the third period. Bob Hissam converted the extra point. Norton boys scored their only touch- down of the game in the furth quarter. Ellet's final touchdown came late in the fourth period when Gene Proctor smashed over from the five- yard line. Hissam missed the point. Ellet played Stow to a scoreless tie in their second Metropolitan League game, neither being able to break up the other's defense. The following week Ellet played Coventry in a 6-6 tie. Bob Hissam went over from the second- yard line to score El1et's lone touchdown, but he missed the conversion. Ben Mercer scored for Coventry. ln their next appearance Ellet Orangemen faced their arch rivals, Springfield Spartans, who came into this game unbeaten, untied and un- scored upon. This game, a thriller all the way, ended in a scoreless tie. Ellet boys outplayed their opponents, but lacked time as the game ended with the Orangemen on the Spartans' two- yard line. This was Ellet's homecoming game, and the home boys played before the largest crowd ever to witness an Ellet football game. Ellet traveled to Hudson the following week to play Western Reserve Academy. Playing a much larger foe, Ellet eked out a 7-O win. Bob Hissam carried the ball over from the twelve- yard line. Hissam also converted the extra point. Ellet played the final game of the year at Kent State. With reserves seeing a lot of action, Ellet carried ,off a 13-0 victory. joe Burtoft scored the first touchdown on a pass play and Marvin Frye repeated the performance later in the game. Iim Palmer converted the extra point. So ended the 1944 football season for the Ellet Orangemen, who were runners-up to Springfield Spartans for the Metropolitan League Champion- ship. The record: 3 wins, l' lossg 3 ties. The Kent State game marked the end of high school foot- ball for the following seniors: Earl Simmons, Earl Gallion fco-captainl, Bob Hissam Cco-captainl, Roger Boughton, Roger Bauhart, Bob Reed, Wil- liam Powers, lack Knecht, joe Burtoft, jerry Wad- lington and Don Ormiston. Two juniors of the team, Charles Grable and William Walker, are in the service of our country. Although the loss of these juniors and seniors will be felt, the seven lettermen who will return to the Ellet gridiron next year make a bright outlook for the future of football at Ellet. The following Ellet players were elected to the All-Metro Team: Bob Hissam, Earl Gallion, Don Ormiston, Gene Proctor and Charles Grable. Bob Hissam, Sports Editor. VARSITY "E" CLUB In the latter part of October, the Varsity "E" Club was organized with Coach Fulton Scott as sponsor. Any boy who had earned a varsity let- ter was eligible for membership in this club. The first activity in which the club participated was the Homecoming Dance after the Ellet- Springfield game. Everyone seemed to enjoy the refreshments which we sold. The club decided to hold a dance November ll, in the Ellet gym, and another dance November 25 for the purpose of getting money for an injury fund to pay for injuries received by the Orange- men in athletics. The officers were as follows President ........ .. .... Norm Kolmodin Vice-President ...... Bob Hissam Secy.-Treas. .I ............ Don Ormiston The club lost Charles Grable, Rober Bauhart, Bob Reed and Earl Gallion to the armed forces. We are proud of these boys and know they will serve nobly for our country as they did for our team. 1.- V,-A ff:- ie Fryg m, Earl mes Fee, Marv Bob Hissa Ja or, Ct Pro SHS SI -H fd O Ez' r-I O bd E S-4 O 'TPM C -f-1 6,0 S4 -O po O 4-1.-4 Or-'I O-r-I S-nm D4 Q SIC CIO CD4-7 r-460 CDC. -H fNr-i Ma, M az?- EIU 0515 Cf-1 C5565 ES-1 N-'ID tb L. .315 f-U03 QU S4 5:65 L.: S-1 CUE BIO E-U gn -r-I4-7 "CS-I-1 S3 .-fmm 0 C MSO QE ,OQSE oof' mom 0 BASKETBALL REVIEW 'As the newly-crowned state champions, the Ellet Orangemen, started their 1944-45 basketball season, Coach Fulton Scott had four lettermen with which to build a team. After many weeks of hard practice the Orangemen opened the sea- son, Tuesday, December 5, by downing Akron Central on the Central hardwood after a hard- fought game 31-27. They traveled to Kent December 8 and whipped an undermanned Kent State team 65-5. Bill Cor- bin led scorers with 20 points. On the following Friday, December 15, the Orangemen toppled a battling Stow eleven 35-23. Corbin and Hissam led scorers with ll and l0 points respectively. Riding on a twenty-game winning streak Ellet fell C35-261 before the tall Norton team, lanuary 5. Norton players' height proved the winning fac- tor as they controlled the backboards. Meeting their second.city team of the season Tuesday, Ianuary 9, Ellet upset Gareld 39-36 to remain unbeaten by city teams. This proved to be the most exciting game of the year. Ianuary 12 the Orangemen played Coventry at Central and downed the Comets by the score ol 35-l2. This led up to the game with Springfield in the Ellet gym on Saturday, lanuary 20. Play- ing without the services of Clyde Maxen the Spartans lost to the Orangemen 35-16. A dance sponsored by the Ellet cheerleaders and Coach Scott followed the game. On the return engagement with Kent State, Friday, January 26, the Orangemen trounced the State five again, 42-12. Earlier, lanuary 16, Ellet had dumped previously unbeaten Tallmadge 20-19. 1-n.Y.y The Ellet Hi-Y has been inactive. for the first part of the year due to the fact that most Hi-Y members are ardent followers of the football and basketball teams. New members elected into the Hi-Y in Sep- tember were: Warren Lowe, Ierry Tyree, Bill Walker and Bob King. Mr. Pugh, the advisor, chaperoned a hayride in the fall of the first semester. First semester officers were: President .................. Bill Corbin Vice-President .... ....... B ob Reed Secy.-Treas. .............. Earl Gallion New members taken in in March were: Ralph Robinson, Bernard Peters, Don Iefferson, Bud McMahon, Don Fassnacht and Don Ormiston. Second semester officers were: President ................ Earl Simmons Vice-President .... ..... W arren Lowe Secy.-Treas ....,...... Ralph Sumstine The Hi-Y lost Roger Bauhart, Bob Leed, Leonard Lincicome and Earl Gallion to the armed forces. Traveling to Stow Friday, February 2, the Orangemen were upset by the Bulldogs 26-24. Ellet toppled a smaller Iennings foe Saturday, February 3, by a score of 50-24. On the following Wednesday, February 7, Ellet maintained its un- beaten status against Hower, beating them 23-20. Norton's height again proved too much for the Orangemen in the l-lower gym on Friday, Febru- ary 9. The score was 39-29. The Orangemen traveled to Coventry to topple thte Comets 33-24 on February 155 and then on the twenty-third again beat Springfield Spartans, 22-19 in a hard-fought game in the Springfield gym. Ellet opened the tournament by toppling Streetsboro 52-17 on February 27. On March l, in their second game, the Orange- men, coming from behind to win, beat Waynes- burg, 29-27, in an exciting game. On March 6 the Orangemen met unbeaten Columbiana and were beaten by this team 54-37 to end the season. 1 Bill Corbin, Norm Kolmodin, Bob Hissam, Earl Simmons, lerry Wadlington and Tom Warder are graduating, leaving Coach Scott with four let- termen for next year. Bill Corbin was honored by being chosen on the Akron all-city second team, the district tour- nament team, and the all-state Class B team. Bob Hissam, Sports Editor. . ELLET RED CROSS We supported the regular city-wide drives and charities as usual this year: our Thanksgiving food contributions to the Children's Hospital and to Shaw Sanatoriump our handicraft work and many novelty contributions for the Sumner Home for the Aged and the Florence Crittendon Home, our donations of money and novelties for the Brecksville Veterans' Hospital: and lastly, our filling of Christmas boxes and the Educational Rehabilitation boxes for the refugee children overseas. ln addition, we chose as our year's project the topic, "The Veterans' Hospitals in Ohio." These hospitals were visited by chosen groups of repre- sentatives from our district. A thorough study of these institutions was the core of our year's work. Officers . President . . . .... .Christina Powders Secretary .... ...... R oland Swank Sponsor .... ..... 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Juniors of the cast were Bob Gordon, Ianice Krumroy, lack Bunch, Pat Clark, Bemard Peters, Don Iefterson and Martha Alford. Our play, a newspaper comedy, was a great success. Mrs. Wilson, our director, deserves an immense bouquet. She put many hard hours into the success of the play. L .MATHIAB HAROMANO CLUB T V..., ,.,. - 5 , , .. ,Exegff 7 . V' , ' ' ei -lim' '2,t?t35Q,.t' .. ,, , , . -A . .L ,X,., , C' wfyvyyvik ' it D ' 'W 1 N R All ,M K '21, 4- Q 1' 3,421.2 PHSLEE V T W L . X T ers- . i - Bw , y , . . T ,fu " .V h M7 A if wb . '- yi' is T- 'surf sm - - rs- fit" . . Wig. U,- . iiz, 7 I ftt firiwf Y TW , nm :twenty , 'ik tz gpfkga yegtsg. E A fi I, ,. VM..,t.1,tf '. . , M.JACKSON B.JACKSON R.ECHARD G. E.RENNICK M..KURTZ J.BLANCHARD M.WOLF'E I.PROVINCE B.HEINR D. SOWERS H .JONES B.YOUNG- 'al 4 ft 2 is ., , ww A 1 mpyi ' sf 5 1 t 4 , s,. ,UA Af 1 ::,,., ge ,L 'g g, W ,f,.t3J,.gs,g? A -mug M . t ' li i 5 " an s sim? . ,, I -- R Sh F' I 1 PENDLEY N .SPECK B .BALO B . TRIPP M. STEELE - . - -' . ' 1 'K em ts fgbiww ' - -fir: yfu si. MM -,J it .91 rf 4'2ftf'tf4'l . t. g",vt4?, ,cl li, K.. 5 In V ,E 32 ', I - MRS. WILSON' WJYIISHLER C HAROMANO' CLUB ' The Haromano Club initiated into the organiza- tion during the school year ten new members. To earn money for the club the members sold pop corn at the football games and greeting cards in the community. ' The annual l-larornano Banquet was held May 4, at Kaase's Restaurant. After this we had a theater party. The officers are: President ...... ..... P auline Slee Vice-President . . . . . .Dorothy Sowers Secretary . .... Betty' Young Treasurer .... . . .Helen Iones .POWERS Miss G-RANDSTAFF GIRL RESERVES This year Girl Reserves, under the leadership of Miss Spahr, got c-ff to a good start. Meetings were held every other week. Our officers were President ......,,.......... "Io" Spidle Vice-President .... ' . ."Dot" Haynes Secretary ..... .... S tella Baker Treasurer ................ Io Ann Smith Among our social activities was a St. Patrick's dance Saturday, March 17. Iudy Huggcms was crowned our Irish Queen. An Easter assembly for the student body was sponsored March 29. The guest speaker for this occasion was Rev. Earl Linden of the First Congregational Church. The Glee Club helped the solemnity of this program by singing appropriate Easter music. 3 ,ft.?s Y M . BRUBAKER Wu- Y I , - , -N ' lf: .: '-ua.. 1 it - .mwwvf f 1 . ' -th A K W , .4 1 . 25:1 ,W ' ' 5 M. Y, . , - if GIRL RESERVES E, 1 J 1 5WWQf1v R pfhwwbw Qbwww Lwwwwf V: -lf. V32 w k fylv ' 2 V2 V f 'VFEf Q Rfmwf ywf w R f JJSPIDLE D.HAYNES J.SMITH S.BAKER D.HAMMITT M.FAYLOR .. I 'A s ' R Xky- g ..,, 'V f g - ' f I ' fl ,V ' 5 ,ws3??'k-F1Y'4,1 V ' ' 5329 , Q :ff ' 'fig R . R , . V f RQ'R R . viffffx f , ' in 3 J.HOLLAND N.GOODEN M.JACKSON A.LEWIS J.WOODLING B.DEAN "-vw. zz:-1 9' if V l 9555 '. eil' .V 'En' ,. . ' V . A , . 4 . . -- , f V 2-f"1 .Q A .f 35 .11 V , , ' A , pm-,V ,,-Vf.',ffJ.fv . 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V ,- -. - K M V "Vg: - - V ji, K V2 ' .f 'z , ' R4 fag xg "-V':f:.1 4mV.vi 3p 'fy--' :mv Nik -'ff!'3:' Q- V ye' se X' lk Q.: , gfivkggfw ':2E:':1' V' M 'Vz ff 'r w Vs ' r: ,321 vw V s w wf' 42 Ag., -, wg. V VV ,V A :SW -' we X ill? ,' VL H A M u- 1 11' . , Y. . 'V V V U ""' A 1 1, V V 1 - 1 A 5 gf V, , 1 J 5 2 W- A , , , P ' A.KELLARD M.HAHN D.HOPKINS B. JACKSON A.YANKOVICH B.CSONKA I.AITK EN B.KUNSELM AN - ax ,E RM EQ' w wg R. if H HwffA . VxNwR R -V W R . .. , 'L ,, a 7:V . 1 ' ' 5 1 , ' V 1 A , in 4 - '5V1.15f'f' - Z' :f f V 1 p . ij W VN :LQ g t ,f W ' V3 ' Y . A - 4856.3 N flim K J :,, 5 :S g ,,, V MMV 2 "1 gpg: .DOBBINS D.THOMPSON M.LOHR I.PROVINCE M.REIGER M.KNECHT B.HACKWORTH B.BURCHETT 47 GLEE CLUB At the "Home-Coming Dance" on October 30, the Glee Club was in charge of the check room. The money earned was placed in the treasurer's fund with the hope that some day we would have enough to purchase more robes. There are now only 25 robes for 56 members. We sponsored a performance of "Iunior Miss" at the Weathervane Playhouse on Monday, No- vember 27. The Glee Club appeared on the Thanksgiving and Easter assemblies, took part in the Christ- mas Pageant, and sang for the February meet- ing of the P.T.A. All members sang in the City-Wide Music Fes- tival on May ll, at the Armory with Guy Frazer Harrison as guest director. We were invited, and accepted, to sing at Windemere for their "Opera House" on April 20, but twenty-one purchased tickets to hear Patrice Munsel in "Le Coq d'Or" in Cleveland where the Metropolitan Opera Company made its annual visit, so Windemere kindly released us. The year will close with our singing Com- mencement night. Officers for the year were: First Semester President .............. Elizabeth Huth Vice-President . . . . . .Robert Lawver - Secy.-Treas. .,........,. Bernard Peters Second Semester President .........,........ Ierry Tyree Vice-President . . . ,.... Robert Lawver Secy.-Treas. ........,... Lester Urbach Our sponsor was Mrs. Priscilla King. LATIN CLUB Iuanita Hall, Sponsor Our chapter of the National Latin Association was active again this year with the Freshman members subscribing to Res Gestal and the Sophomore members to Auxilium Latinum. We had nineteen entrants in the National Com- petitive Examinations held April 3. Results of those examinations were announced May 28. Those participating in the National Contest were given memberships extending to May, 1946. Our club, sponsored by Miss luanita Hall, has the following membership: Iimmie Wallick, Tommy Warder, Harold May, Roland Swank, Iere Baughman, Harold lones, Iohnny Lucas, Gene Proctor, lim Bridgeland, Iim Lawver, Iarnes Alford, Helen Iones, Dorla Allman, Christina Powers, Bonnie Cartwright, Orval Hoovers, Bob Lowe, Bill Jones, Dodie Hopkins, Sally Richards. FRENCH CLUB The first year French Club was organized in September under the direction of Mrs. Hillen. It was decided that the c:lub's aim should be to con- verse fluently in French. Meetings were held :twice a month. Officers for the school year were elected as follows: President ...... .... M artha Alford Vice-President , . . . .Marilyn Taylor Secretary ..., ........,. P at Clark Treasurer ...... .,... M arion Brubaker Club activities included a tea at the home of Mrs. Hillen. Guests entertained were members of the faculty, second-year French students, and Mr. and Mrs. Abram, French-speaking parents of one of our members. A Christmas gift exchange was our next big event at the home of lackie Abram for immediate members of the organization, Re- freshments and games were enjoyed. Another gay occasion was an infcrmal party at the home of Pat Clark. We were mysteriously amused to have our fortunes told by the great swami Hillen. Our hostess entertained us with some classical piano music which she plays very well. Minor activities included planned programs 'during class time where French games and songs were learned, including the French national an- them, "La Marseillaisen. We are making a de- tailed study of France from supplementary books and special reports given during class meetings. Each week a member of the class takes the responsibility of decorating our bulletin board with interesting information about French holi- days, cities, and people. We also wrote to some French-Canadians and received interesting in- formation .and photos. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society is just what the name implies-an honor .society for those who have measured up in scholarship, leadership, character and service. The members chosen from the Iunior Class of last year and the officers of this year are: President .......... Gerald Wadlington Vice-President . . . ,..... Mildred Hahn Secretary . , . ..... lean Blanchard Treasurer ................ Pauline Slee The new Senior members are: Barbara Balo, Robert Brubaker, Ruby Echard, Dale Ienkins, lack Knecht and G-retchen Pendley. Members selected from the lunior Class are: Donald Ieffer- son, Robert King, Robert Lawver and Betty Tripp. 119' A Jin "iz-QQ' i -,hwy 1 HI-Y CLUB v T , ' vu S. mkMW?wQw ?W ?34Q' Q E.GALLION R.ROBINSON B.PETERS W.WALKER J.TYREE B.CORBIN D.ORMISTON an ' T T T g 33 1 ff aaf. A -' ' if , W ,Q ..A..,. , E, .W A ,, 1, V .,,. , . ,Q V 1 ,v 4., . .. ,W ,W -1,1 . 4 ,L ,jx My Mkiiz A U 1' -"' ' A Sw ' l D QX I ,M . ,. , ., N.KOLMODIN E.SIMMONS D.FASSNACHT W.LOWE B.KING B.HISSAM B.MCMAHAN NO PICTURES NO PICTURES R.SUMSTINE D.JEFFERSON G.WADLINGTON MR.PUGH R.REED R.BAUHART L.LINCICOME ' fm wb ' Z, f5sfi?'2 W-. M53 ?Q?M23 fs.: ,r --'- : W .,,. ' ga y, 5 W4 ,p w D,.q,:,,5,,g,,,5g,Q,WE ,R 5 .. Q W .2 W 2 rw. 5 Y V af 1 H Af? 5 1 if 3 K iw i 5 gy! F.. . 45? Y v 1 1 is if JM? 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Helen Fisher Treasurer ..,i........, IoAnn Woodling Donald Iefferson was elected treasurer for the second semester. Mrs. Priscilla King was our in- spiring advisor. The Building Appearance Committee aided in keeping the appearance of the school in good condition. The Noon-I-four Committee provided recreation for idle students during the lunch hour. The assembly meetings and special, paid as- semblies for entertainment. The scholarship ban- ner was presented to the home room with the highest average each grading period, by the Scholarship Committee. The Dance Committee took charge of the celebration in the gym for the basketball team at the end of the season, a dance was held and refreshments served. They also sponsored the annual "May Day Dance" at the Y. M. C. A. on May 5. The May Queen was crowned and music was provided by an orchestra. The sixth war loan drive backed by Student Council was highly successful. A jeep and an ambulance were purchased by the student body. The seventh war loan drive will be backed by the council and our goal will be S5,000, which we hope to obtain with the cooperation of the student body. The Student Council has been very successful this year, and we hope it will be just as success- ful in future years. ..l-T, . . JUNIOR HIGH ACTIVITIES Safety in crossing the streets is assured by seventh and eighth grade police boys, who are "at your service", rain or shine. "Bill" Ioy heads the force, which is comprised of Eugene Shep- herd, William Henry, Iames Lazenby, Ivan Guess, Frank Madlock, Earl Yirrick, Harold Rausch, Gerald Bright and Robert Sutter. Mrs. Koons is in charge of these boys. The Iunior Red Cross work, under the direction of Mrs. Smith, is being carried on by Robert Lewis, Leota Worstell, Iane Ann Bailey, Charles Olsen, Alberta Speicher, Robert Kolrnodin, Robert Gross and Mary Higgins. These workers promote the collection of sales tax stamps, and see that gift boxes are packed. Donations'and paper sales are other sources of revenue to the lunior Red Cross. lunior High School Girl Reserves Club is under the direction of Mrs. Koons. Virginia Proqtor is the president of the organization. China pins and needlework are turned out by Mrs. Smith's craft groups. Their work is displayed in a showcase in the hall of Portable B. The seventh grade groups have bought library books with the money collected as dues by their literary clubs. One club is called the Green Bar. The other is the Big Seven. Both are sponsored by Miss Lightner. The Grenbin Final, a junior high school news- paper, was published by the 8A English class last semester. The proceeds went into the class treasury. Miss Luke directs the Grade School Glee Club. Members of this club have sung for the Christmas assembly and for P.T.A. meetings. - Brumbaugh stair Chetto Thoenen Doepel Shelgosh Gallion Wood Griffin Boughton Guess Cline Huth Ferguson Kolmodin Gostlin Kuchens Gross madlock Henry Noaker Hopkins Bausch Huth Speck Joy Turner Lazenby Yerrick McGraw Kisamore Smith Wcvey Stewart Barbuzza Tyree Carden YHt6S Dewalt Cash Fee Beeney Freshwater Beverly Held Doyle Parker Fletcher Proctor Fulton Rees Higgins Speicher Lemmon Lewis Boltz Bdbo Reece Brittain Brisbane Sawyer Cadmus Bry Crawford Carpet' Stair Ellifritz Fuller Swartz Fulst Gallion Ullrich Grable Huth Wilson Kline Mackey Axline Marsh Metcalfe Burch Pitts pletcher Carnahan Worstill Starr Fritz Lute Sutter Lewis Bowers Ullrich MCVSY Craig Wylie Marker Doyle Mellinger Fruth Pashki Ginter Pratt Kunselman Roberts Mathias JUNIOR Shaffer Mortar Sutter Olson Trommer Reed HIGH Withrow Tripp Wodtley Shepherd Bright Walker ROLL Arp Bailey Bauhart Beach 51 3 :S M 2 o I u s- 1 5 5 P 'S' U u N w .u Q 'A' 4 4: of ac 0 cu I sz E Lb u H H I-I ul '3 UUUIJ hnppslu "TBS Mo b " 'Lo gnu alqglll' Shop Q.. 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PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL DAIRY STORE Rhoades Quality Ice Cream Chestnut Ridge Dairy Products 55 THE ANCHOR Good Food and Service 24 Hours a Day M.A.HUTTON GROCERS AND MEATS 585 ALPHA AVE. INTERSECTION ST-0092 Ellet, Ohio CANTON RD 6. ROUTE 224 BALDw1N's MOGADORE LUMBER 6. SUPPLY CO. SERVICE STATION ' Coal- Feed - Agricultural Lime 532 Cqngon Rd. 37.0939 Lumber and Builders' Supplies Fertilizer - Seeds Ellet, Ohio ST- 1 281 Mogadore, Ohio KREINER'S GARAGE Complete Line Ignition Parts - Willard Batteries General Auto Repairing Cor. Canton Rd. and Triplett Blvd. ST-0054 Compliments of BUMGARDNER'S SERVICE STATION ses Canton nd. sr-0054 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES T O C L A S S O F 1 9 4 5 ELLET EXCELSIOR CLUB Best Wishes to the Class of '45 from Complete Home Outfitters SPIDLE'S BARBER SHOP Gas Ranges - - Heating Stoves 643 CANTON RD. ' ST-3210 PREN'I'ICE 6. COMPANY Compliments Of FUNERAL HOMES KESSELR-ING D AIRY SH-2415 57 1 I Q. ri f 3y5Qs'2I3L,1- 2ge4f7541Mjl'1l'?'f'v'L3-AZ. Q a.W.o,3e, fffMm1ziM.m,mWZ4w.a15Jn,5z, CONGRATULATIO S ' AND BEST WISHES FROM Sys 00.5-'vo Q.wfl,QLf,Zmf? Mgfywgg wi gi Q. atb-23.-IO-53 C' uxS.S',f3-afwmfjll GLW-CLJI for 3.901 BQOWKL 12 QWW fn f W' C0gi?fW?3'f'L,f'Zi'?L9 ,Z-awffMWfM.Q,,,C,Lf y1WcQLg5f3!iq, I We WQQMWQMLQ-fb-Qvw L Manx? Co e sw , C1,.Y?0,l,,dMfVt,+M.lL3 ' .fg-0vv fflfdfvxcfwf-1c,0J Cbgfggx-, 2,1,W,,.i oi, anim Sf yjffgwz 1e,iw,dL.W am-lm l34fzOil5?'iQ7f.L,L1L,!C' 1,-f!ZIf.VT.,C,,,a1M,Qf3T24fv.+a- YN L OK X - , J , Leo G. wauef, President Congratulations to EZ? Q, 1+ jd CLASS OF "H" carltoimcigiwyyl W, JfZL1f1g'VjZ'5P.s'zla'L f - 1 .Jig . - ,+.+3 7 Inc. c?fJJ'Fff?'s '3' Coall Building Materials. Hardware. GROCERY , 9,V.LWQ' fQLt0y.-LL Paints 11.5, Hafwwl iiL:l2i1'R"?QiXgLD 1910 amqrkeisf. si' 1231 1 d S 0053 . Akron. Ohio HOPKINS FUNERAL HOME 547 CANTON ROAD AKRON 12 OHIO MARTENEY S SERVICE STATION EAST MARKET ST 61 MASSILLON RD Shell Gas and O11 Lubncatmg Accessones Tue Recappmg W1shmg the Class of 45 Success SMITH FLORIST UN1oN'rowN orno DR RALPH BOUGHTON Greetlngs to Class ol 45 MCMULDREN BROS Grocenes and Meats 2136 Engl ST 0052 I I I ll ll I I . l H H ewood Avenue 59 , LINDSEY LITHUGRAPII COMPANY COLOR OR BLACK AND WHITE LTIHOGRAPHY SPECIALIZING IN Folders Letterheads Broadsrdes Dlrect Mall Pleces Booklets Wmdow Drsplays Ofhce and Plant Phone 28 30 N H1gh St FR 7012 KASTLE 6 KING RADIO SHOP NEXT DOOR 'ro Pos'r omcs Sold and Reparred AUSTEN S SERVVICE STATION GROCRY 2015 East Market sf Phone ST 2972 Akron Oh1o 2621 Albrecht Ave Akron 12 Ohxo Comphments of RED S SERVICE 6 GARAGE THE AIRLINER 575 CANTON RD Where You Meet to Eat Gull Gas and O11 Brake Servlce General Repamng Comer Massxllon Rd 6 Tnplett Blvd All Makes of Radios so Courtesy of THE RHOADES ICE CREAM CO. 2770 Albrecht Avenue Akron. 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Market St. at Canton Rd. 61 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES THE SENIOR CLASS OF 45 BRYANT S DRUG STORE 652 CANTON ROAD ELLET AUTO SERVICE Wheel Ahgnment Brake S6!'V1Ce General Reparr 2373 Tnplett Blvd ST 3012 Comphments of Your Home Town Photographer EARL LAUCK PHOTO STUDIO ST 6617 ST 5893 645 Canton Rd Conqrcztulczhons to Class of 45 TRORY S PHARMACY Prescnphon Druggxst Phone ST 0001 and 0013 643 Canton Rd Akron 12 Ohro PARAMOUNT CLEANERS Cleanmg Pressmg Repcunng Dyerng 2623 Albrecht Ave Elle! Ohio ll ll n I I I I I . - u - r I u 1 1 1 u I an n I . n 1 ' ' COMPLIMENTS OF Fisher's Barber Shop National Shoe Store Big Four Grocery J Rogers' Gas and Oil Mogadore Meat Market Whitey's Barber Shop Roosevelt Department Store Schmidt's Super Market Canton Road Meat Market Ellet Feed Store F I S H E R ' S SUNOCO GAS AND OILS MARSH HARDWARE 2490 Em, Market Skeet 1356 E. Market sa. ST-7124 ST-0079 Akron Compliments of SPORTING GOODS CO. A. 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