Ellet High School - Elletian Yearbook (Akron, OH)

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Ellfl' JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOI. 1953 FORWARD h the hearts ot its studerits, graduates, and faculty, Ellet l-ligh School will always be rememloered. With pride, deep attection and gratitude tor all the happy years iri this school, we, the lourrialism staff of riirieteeri-huridred arid titty-three have tried to cap- ture a tew ot the cherished events in the past year. lri all sincerity, we hope that this book will recall many tohd memories tor you in the years to come. DEDI CA TIUN X ii-vrtlr-f We the clctss ot nlneteen hundred ond hfty three ded1cote th1s book to Eugene Proctor ond C111 others who hove owen the1r hves defendmg the1r countr We olso dedlcote rt to those stlll Forces str1v1 Y servlng 1n the Armed nfq to dchreve World peace ,X W I 5 f fl, ' fl X X 1 f .X X , X tt I f t of XXX.. XI, t r xx X .XX-Xfy 4 b M s for fist, 5? t W- Oh Ellet l-hgh School now to thee We smg a song ot loyalty We smg thy glory and thy tame All prarses to thy honored name Ellet High School Alma Mater Chorus: Come and lom us Whlle We smg We ll make the nearby hlllsldes rmg Our hearts are gay our hearts are lrght Hurrah tor Ellet s Orange and Whrtel The tune IS passmg all too last Our days wlth thee Wlll soon be past So greet each clay W1th hearts al1ght And do each task wlth all thy rmght The years w11l come the years W1l1 go But Whether Weal or whether Woe Our fa1th ln thee shall never d1e We love thee always Ellet H1gh. J H IELLET-HIGH-scnooL I E E 5 QE I PRINCIPHL DMINISTRATION AKRON BOAPE OF EDUCATION Mrs Anne T Case Pres1dent Mabel Re1a1nger V1ce Pres1dent Cl1nton D Barrett Cletus M Becker Clarence R Foust Walter N K1rn W1llard Serberllng Mrs Hazel Fleek Clerk 0,00 ,O 0' 9 O CLERK 'Qi CLERK SUPERINTENDENT ons c. HATTON ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL MRS. MAYFIEILD Miss warm. C- H. VINCENT R WILLIAM E ANDERSON Duvet Trommq FAITH DECKER B E Soclcl Studzes l ,if ELIZABETH A EMERY BS Home Economlcs ClOllWlHj FACULTY VV' IUANITA D BELL Lotm Enqlsl' DOUGLAS BONNEY B A M A Soclol Sludzes .ncmor Problems nv!! LOUISE DONNELLY HELEN DUVENDECIC Prochccl Arts foods ld NERITA GRANDSTAFF Blolojy Spomsh Mmherroflcs '93 MILAN I-IAYDEN Wood Shop X.. 1os1:PH Bumcs Molhemctzcs Football Coach HAH' IEWELL I-I ELLET Speech Englxsh IAMES I-IUDKINS Mechomcol Drawmg SOClGl SIud1es . To I 59, ' EVA I aah- Q .-Qv NJ' iv" . xi- ff" V, , Iv x AB. BSN . ,, . , Bs. 4 , 1 I 63 E 'xl A 'twig' f f NJ. . Q ' A A ' K A . I bl .UBL ai' I EPT I 1 V' fp V f I , ,, lg f ,I I I I f I 3- I fl lf X ALB, I ,, MA. Bs, BA. BSI C . ., V , . i m ,A , 1 it V I ','. ' 'Q . x 5,4 1 f V' f' 5 SW! ff - iz ,ff Yx . f A I Bs. BS. Bs, , F , . FACULTY PRISCILLA D KING LADONNA KOLEDIN Muszc Language Arts Egffmfimx CLARICE LEWIS Bookkeepmg Typmg 3 MARGERY LINTON Language Arts MARGERY M'-IRR DEAN McINTOSH PAUL MCKEEVER WILLIAM A MOONEY BA BS Language Arts Htstory M9151 Shop loumalzsm Engltsh gm aff-wmeigsfi ELDON MOTZ NORMA MORTER IANE pARSHALL ALBERT pt'TE BS MA Instrumental Shortuand Typing A, CN CS Hegffh Musto Olltce Practtce FACUITY A . iz: , uifgj ' , . 7-'fl '51'f. . , 5 I CJRTIS SANGER GEORGE SEIGMAN FOREST SIBLEY RICHARD R SMETTS B A M A Lanquage Arts Hrstory MUfh9mUf1CS Chemrstry Physrcs Gerrran Photography ELIZABETH W SMITH LEONARD E SNYDER ARLENE SPAHR DOMINICK TRIFERO AB BE BS MA BS MS Socral btudres Mgthemgttgg PIIYSICUI Ed Matnematrcs Health -3' MARGARET VANDER VOORT EUGENE VINCIGUERRA MURIEL WALKER PAUL WILKERSON BS MA BS MA AB BE A BA MA Home Economtcs Phyglqgl Ed Llbfcmqn Econorrrcs Caleterra Manaqer Basketball Coach BUSIUOSS Tmmlnq Bggebgtl Coach Soczal Studtes , ., . . Bs. A.B. A IBS. I 07' .ni , kk V5 flg K A B - - ,Q B B A .B Y if i I. ., .,, f. - -A 'A.B. I sf f !V,, I V I I f-9' S1 LLA v ms JN COUNSELOR All IUNE LA UNTZ FACULTY STUDENT TEACHLRS Miss MARY Lou DAUGHI-:mv MISS SALLY FAHNBAUCH MISS AGNES HELMS COUNSELOR EARL BONAR T17-' MR H W HODGES Mn LESTER xunrz Mas noss YENGLING Presldent Boosters Club Pre 'dem Bond Boosters Presldent Parent Teachers ASsoc1c1t1on CUSTODIAL STAFF CAFETERIA STAFF MR SUDLER MH. COLLIEH MRS. PATTERSON Mas. HARPER Mn. nox-msn Mn MCFARLIN mas. swmran MRS LOWERS Hecxd Cook MRS. HICKEY MRS. McCOMB MRS. STEINKE MRS. WINGER CIASS HISTORY Once upon a ttm tn the land of Ellet the custom of gotng to school was establtshed Thts custom came aown through the ages to the year 1949 when one hundred brtght faced youngsters entered the halls of Ellet Htgh School to complete thetr ftnal four years of formal educatton At ftrst they were frtghtened at the thought of betng on the last leg of thetr tourney whtch started the begtnntng of thetr ltves as adult ctttzens Soon how ever they became acquatnted wtth everyone whtch tncluded thetr new classmates the upper classtnen the teachers and of course the great castle tn the gu-tse of the Htgh School ttself In tht tale we wtll try to tell of the acttvtttes whtch take place tn thts castle and how many of tts tn habttants became Kntght and Ladtes and won hetr rtghtful place tn the hearts and memortes of all who knew them both as a class and as tndtvtduals ln the Htstory of the retgn of the Ktngdom of the class of 53 there shall always rematn tn the memory of the other subject thts classs abtltty to gtve par ttes wtthout nottce and to make a success of them Everyone wtll remember the fun that thts class as a Whole had at all ttmes and places N you mustnt thtnk that the ktngdom of thts ttme had only fun oh no for there were many who rated very htgh scholasttcally There were clubs for honor students tn the Ktngdom of thts ttme One such prestdent of thts club tn 53 was Patty Fasnacht Another such honor group was the Nattonal Honor Soctety Tho e elected tn thetr luntor year were Io anne Brewer Fred Butcher Colleen Iones Dean Ktlgore Bobbte Pearhac and Lou Anne Walltck Those elected tnto the organtzatton as Sentors were Carol Carruthers Shtrley Crttes Beena Greenaway Kenny Henkel Dtck Iones Dtane Snowden Mary Anne Sztlagy Delores Ltlley and Ioyce Mtcheals The prest dent of the Nattonal Honor Soctety tn thts classs sentor year was Ioanne Brewer When the class of 53 was tn tts second year there were 35 subtects who transferred to Ellet from another ktngdom CBast Htgh Schooll ln the class of 5.3 there were many who retgned for a day Etther as a queen or a ktng Thts class had two homecomtng queens In our luntor year the home comtng queen was Pat Roman and retgntng as the queen tn our Sentor year was Betty Sonneberger The ladtes tn watttng from our class down through the ages were Freshman Suzte Fltgor Sophomore Betty Sonneberger luntor Ieanne Kauffman and Sentor Shtrley Snyder One of our class retgned as royalty of Elleteen tn our Sophomore year Thts queen was Pat Roman The Sweetheart Royalty for two years had a 53 graduate as tts queen In l952 the queen was lantce Bobtnson and Carol Velleca retgned as queen tn 1953 In 53 the attendant were Lou Anne Walltck and Pat Roman In connectton wtth the Basketball season the Ktng dom of Ellet held an annual dance and celebratton In the 53 celebratton two of our class members were Ktng and Queen They were Chtck Oldham and Barbara Btshop The attendant for the 52 court was Colleen lones and the Serttor attendant for Barb and Chtck was Carole Velleca Crowntng Barb was Dean Ktlgore and Pa ty Fasnacht was the crowner of Ch1c,k Mayl And agatn the class of 53 had a btg part to play tn the festtvtttes durtng thetr four years at Ellet ln 50 the atendart to the May Queen was Bobble Pearhac In l95l tt proved to be Barbara Btshop I our Iuntor year the May Queen was Barbara Beal and the luntor attendant was Ioan Ruth ln our Sentor year Carol Carruthers was the attendant to the Queen of the May Two Earls from the class of 53 were l-'red Butcher and Don Whttmer tn that they were luntor Rotartans When the class of 53 was tn tts sentor 'year Kenny Henkel retgned as the head of the Student Govern ment fPrestdent of Student Counctll Down through thts classs four years at Ellet there were always representattves to Student Counctl and those who represented thetr class tn governmental matters were Kenny Henkel f4l Fred Butcher Patty Fasnacht llm Underwood l3l Barb Beal Colleen lones Dean lxtlgore Bobble Pearhac and Betty Sonneberger C21 and lantce Robtrtson Bob Showalter and lackte Trtche ill In the ltsts the galantry of our boys was outstand tng In the football tournaments many of the boys were qutte acttve Those playtng varstty football for four years were Floyd Keathley Dean Ktlgore lack Sypherd Fred Butcher Dale Provtrce and Itmmy Underwood Those who played for three years were Ray Fretz Gregg Powers and Ronnte May Those playtng varstty ball for two years were Luke Lamb Chtck Oldham Don Wtlltams ltm Barnes and Steve Galtt Ed Carter and Danny Blough played for one year Floyd Sypherd was co Captatn of the Varstty team for two years whtle Fred Butcher was for one year Dale Provtnce was a member of the All Ctty All County and All Metro team whtle he was a Sentor In basketball our class was very acttve durtng our four years at Ellet One member of our class played Varstty for four years Dean Ktlgore Playtng Var stty for three years was Gregg Powers whtle Don Wtlltams Tom Cannon and 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GAA. l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Basketball 2, 3, 4, May Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 3, 4, Maytime Melodies 3, 4, Spring Fantasies 2, Student Council 2, 3, Treas. 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Haro- mano 3, 4, Chaplain 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Sec. 45 lr, Town Meeting 3, 4, All-City Award Winner 3, Essay Winner 2, Typing Award 2, Forensic Club 4, Hall Guard 3, Perfect Attend- ance 2, May Attendant l, Elletian Star Staff, Business Manager 4, Elletian Staff 4, So mild, so merciful, so strong, so good, so patient, peaceful, loyal, loving, pure. Kenneth Hayward Pritt "Kenny" To spend six months of the year in Florida and the other six in California. Hall Guard Z, Christmas Pag- eant 2. O sleep, it is a gentle thing! Patricia Ann Fasnacht "Patty-anne" To work rriy way through Ot- terbein by selling white shoe polish to all the students wearing white bucks. I Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Y-Teen Basketball 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3, Sec, 4, Student Council l, 2, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Sec, 2, Beacon Iournal Reporter 3, 4, Class Ffeporter 2, Senior Choir 2, 3, Christmas Pageant l, Z, 3, 4, May Festival 2, 3, Haromano 3, 4, Pres. 4, National Honor Society 4, Dramatics Club 4, Dramatics Club Play 4, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 4, Class Secre- tary 3, Picture Committee 4, An- nouncement Committee 4, Perfect Attendance 4, Forensic 4, Basket- ball Crowner 4, Alumni Repre- sentative 4. The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed The ease of heart her every look conveyed. Raymond Leo Scovern "Ray" To build a rocket ship and go to Mars. Photography Club 4, Dramatics Club 4. ln arguing one should meet serious pleading with humor, and humor with serious pleading, Colleen Elizabeth Iones "Colleenie To always be good, to effer vesce lots, and to make somec else happy forever. East High School l, Y-Teens 3, 4, Treas. 2, Dramatic Club 3 Treas. 3, Dramatic Club Play 4, Minstrel Show 3, 4, Natioi Honor Society 3, 4, Treas. Latin Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. Christmas Pageant 3, 4, Stud: Council 3, 4, Sec. 4, Cafete Staff 3, Iunior Town Meeting 3 Basketball Court 3, Forensic Cl 4, Photography Club 4, Vi Pres., Sr. Choir 4, Sec. 4B, P ples Hospital Iunior Board 4, S 4, Senior Pictures and Announ ment Committee 4, May Festi 4, Maytime Melodies 4. Shes not only happy herself, But she causes the happiness others. Marshal Boyd Hodges " lust to graduate fro school, then get in my ro travel around the world. East High School l, l Guard 4. Man must master work make work his master. ...gg ' QQ' Floyd Earl Sypherd, lr. "Jackie" To go to college and come out a coach that is half the equal of Mr, Burks. Football l, Z, 3, 4, co-captain 3, 45 All-Metro Football Team 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Varsity E 2, 3, 45 Hall Guard 2, 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Fun vs. Vandalism 3, 45 Red Crass Representative 25 Class President 35 Dramatics Club 4. All that he did was done with ease, To him 'twas natural to please, Carolyn Iune Paul "Carrie" To own a Cadillac convertible and an Afghan Hound. Suffield High School l, 2, 35 ramatics Club 4. Unto you, Paradise is open. 'Z Kenneth August Henkel "Sid" To graduate from college a Pharmacist, then marry and raise a happy family. Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2, National Honor Society 45 Proyec- tion Club 35 German Club 45 Red Cross 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 45 All-City Hi-Y Council 45 Basket- ball l, 2, 45 Football Manager 3 45 Baseball Manager 25 Varsity E 3, 45 Sr. Picture Committee 4: Elletian Star Staff 4, Editor-1n- Chief 45 Elletian Staff 4. People like him not because hes rich or known to fame, but because he has a gentle smile and a kindly word to say. Wilma Mae Banner "Willie" To become an efficient secre- tary and to work in the same office as Earlene, so she can keep me supplied with gum Cafeteria Staff 3, 45 Home Eco- nomics Club 25 Dramatics Club 4. l love tranquil solitude, and such society as is quiet, wise and good Thomas Ioseph Cannon "Tom' To own a new car each year and have two six month vaca- tions each year with pay Basketball l, 2 3, 4, Football Manager l, 2 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Varsity E 2, 3 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Vice President of East Akron Hi- Y Council 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 45 Band lg Orchestra lg Photogra- phy Club 4, Dramatics Club 4, Old golfers never die, They yust tee away. Sally Ann Hayes "Sally" To go to Mars and sell lack sweet pills East High School l, Y-Teens 2, 4, GA A 35 Drarnatics Club 4 ln maiden meditation, fancy free. H va 5 IL f ? A of-nv Paul Dean Kilgore "Deana" To be an undertaker so that it will always be said "Deano was the last one to let his friends downl" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, All-City 4, All- District 4, All-Ohio Honorable Mention 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity E l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Summit County Of- ficers Council 3,'Minstrel Show 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Basketball Crowner 4, Christmas Pageant l, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 4, His life is gentle and the ele- ments so mixed in him that nature might stand up and say to all the world, "This is a Man. Betty lack Thornton "Betty lack" To write a book on my favorite subject-"MEN!" Springfield High School 1, Y- Teens 2, Dramatics Club . A happy heart is as sound as a bell. Iohn Frederick Butcher "Derl" To go to the rodeo, and see the bull throw Kilgore for a change. Football l, 2, 3, 4, co-captain, 4, All-Metro 4, Basketball l, Man- ager 2, Track 2, 3, Baseball 4, Varsity E 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres, 2, 3, 4, Summit County Hi-Y Officers Council 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sec, 3, liramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club Play 3, Senior Choir 2, 4, Treas, 2, Pres, 4B, Treas, 4A, Christmas Pageant 2, 4, Perfect Attendance 2, 3, Art Club l, 2, Pres. 2, Art Cup 3, Spanish Club l, 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, May Festival l, Red Cross l, Cafeteria Staff 2, lunior Rotarian 4, Peoples Hospital Teenage 4, Y-Teen King 4, Elle- tian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 2, 4, One of the few, the immortal names that was not born to die. Clara Irene Weaklund "Clarabelle" To be a good cook someday. Our Lady of the Elms lp Li- brary Staff 4, Dramatics Club 4. A good heart is worth more than gold. . wg? np, 4 N if r -gr ,JI lames Russell Underwood "Weed" To go to college and be as successful as my Dad in life. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity E l, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Hi4Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Summit County Hi-Y Officers Council, Pres. 4, Hi-Y Basketball 4, Minstrel Show 3, 4, Senior Choir 4, Pres, 4, Maytime Melo- dies 4, Music Award 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, Class President 4B, Iunior Class Vice-President 3, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 4, An honest man is the noblest work of God. Sully Iecm Wisor "Sal" To always be happy and to laugh lots' East High School l, Art Club 2, Y-Teen 4, Dramatics Club 4, Of all the ones who are so fair, theres none like pretty Sally. .,,f5' 30:5 will ' . -J. , .,'J'.f?'1 i 'S' ' -JF' lean Ann Conti "Ieanie" f-Joi to fly a plane so high Not a glamour girl to be, Csighl lust to be with Bob and try To be a Vaughan until I die. Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, GAA. l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Glee Club 2, Cafeteria Staff 2, Spirit Commit- tee 4, Pres. 4, Maytime Melodies 3, Minstrel Show l, 3, 4, Grex Dramatics 3, 4, Forensic Club 4, Sec. 4, Projection Club 3, 4, An- nouncer 3, 4, Majorette l, Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 4, Class Editor 4. Full of fun and mischief too, Doing things she shouldnt do. Edward Lee Holman "Ted" To polish periscopes on sub- marines. East High School l, Hall Guard 3. Glad to come here, glad to be here, glad to go! mu. , 177 ami Q ' 'Q -c""1"' J. siqgv' 'gixflf . . 3 Iacqueline Ann Triche Blackie" To within a year fulfill the dream of changing my name to Carlson. East High School l, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, G,A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Bas- ketball 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, May Festival 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Maytime Melo- dies 3, 4, Minstrel Show 4, Dra- matics Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club Play 3, Haromano 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Per- fect Attendance 3, Forensic Club 4, Senior Class Vice-President 4B, Student Council 4, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 4. Great persons are able to do great things. Marvin Dale Hendershot "Dale" To go to college or join the Navy and see the world. Perfect Attendance 2, 3, First Prize Bird House Contest 3, Christmas Pageant 4. A good man never dies. Barbara Lou Bishop "Puddles" To go to Downey and do noth- ina but brag about Ellet for two months, then return to Akron to settle down with a certain Deano. Downey High School, Downey, California l, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, Y-Teen Basketball 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 2, 3, Student Director 4, G A A. 3, 4, Pres, 4, Minstrel Show 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Dra- matics Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Dramat- ics Club Play 3, May Festival 3, 4, All-City Operetta 2, Music Award 3, Singers 4, Secretary of Senior Class 4B. Happy am l, from care I am free, Why can't they all be contented like me? Ints Gerhards Dedzins "Ints" To be an electrical engineer. Latvian High School, Greven, Germany l, 2, 3, Latin Club 4, Drarnatics Club 4 He is too wise to err, too good to be unkind. Betty Ioyce Sweeney "Cobra" To write a book of Marian Steets corny Jokes and have it published G.A.A. l 2 3, 4 Treas, 25 Y- Teens l 2 3 4, Y-Teen Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Statistician 3, 4, Beacon journal Sports Reporter 4, Baseball Score Keeper 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Forensic Club 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Minstrel Show 4, GAA. Award 4, Perfect At- tendance l, 4, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elle-tian Staff 4. Rather a tough customer in an argument, if anyone should try to tackle her. Flonnie Marie Doon "Flo" To get a ,ob in an office as far away frorr. Grace as possible. GAA 2 3 4, Drarxatics Clul: 4. Where theres laughter, there shall always be happiness. ' on 3' AF "Pot" Patricia Ann Roman To Q0 to college and get my R B frich bachelcrl and then become a leader in society as President of Ellets PTA. East High l, Y-Teens 2 3, 4. Y-Teen Basketball 3 4, Senior Choir 4A, May Festival 2 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3 4, Min- strel Show 3, 4, Matorette 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 3, Crowner 4, Photog- raphy 4, Cafeteria 3, Picture Corrttttittee 4, Sweetheart Attend- ant 4, Forensic 4, Hall Guard 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Draritatics Club 3 4 veep 3. A thing of beauty is a joy for- EVETQ Its loveliness increases, it will never pass into nothingless. Shirley Marie Orr "Shirl" To go back to lapan in 1958, Narimaser High Schooli Tokyo, lapan l, 2, 3, Asst. Sec. of Senior Class 4A. Beautiful hair is her crowning glory! Ioyce Ann Michaels "Ioycie" To lead a long, happy, and .viccessful life, with rttany friends about the at all times Burtd l Z 3, 'flrcheatra l Z, Srqrnish Club l 2, Y-Teen.: l, 2. 3, 4, Sec -Treas 4, Y-Teen Ba?- ketball 2, 3, 4, GAA l 2, 3, 4, Sec 3, Perfect Attendance l, 2, 3, Hed Cross Representative l, 2, 3, Harorrtano 3. 4, Hall Guard , luritor Town Meeting 3, Foren- :ic Club 4, Minstrel Show 4, lrfirttatic: Club 4, National Hon- cr Society 4 3 A good disposition is more valuable than gold. Leona Ruth Reed "Nonie" Ierryf' Home Economics Club l, Hall Guard 2, Y-Teens 4. Shyness is the essence of maidenhood. Q" I Iohn Allen Hathaway "lack" To be successful in everything l attempt to do, marry a beauti- ful girl, and raise Vinciguerras future basketball team. East High School l, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity E 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2 3, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Protection Club 2 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 2, 3, 4, Drarnatics Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Photography Club 4, Forensic Club 4, Pres. 4. Eeqone, dull care, Thee and l shall never agree' Mary Charlotte Hammett "Mary" To be happy and successful in whatever l do East High School lp Y-Teens 3 4- Latin Club 3, 4, Drarrratics Club 4 Noi listed in "Whos Who " but someone very nice to know. Floyd Henry Keathley, Ir. "Keath" To think of an 'ambition so Colleen will stop pestering nie. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity E l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club l, 2, 3,, Hall Guard 3, 4, Senior Choir Z, 4, Minstrel Show 4, Basketball l, 2, Baseball l 4, Track 2, 3, Christ- mas 2, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Red Cross l, Maytime Melodies 4, Senior Class Vice-President 4A, All mankind loves a lover. Thelma Ioan Green "Thelma" To finish what l start, be su:- cesslul so my parents will be proud of me, and stay partly as l am-with a lew changes lol coursell, East High School 1, Y-Teens 4, Dramatics Club 4. All the world loves a clown! Raymond Dean Fretz "Ray" Live a long lite ana always be Fiflmvv Football l 2 3 4, Baseball l, 2 3 4, Basketball i 2, Track l 2,1 3, Varsity E l, 2 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Hi'Y 4, CltYl.Slll.il.R Paaeant 4, Sr Chcir 4 Vice-Pre.: 4.5, Drarrratics Club 4 Vice-Pres. 4, Dramatics Club Play 4, Pho- tography Club 4, Class Trea: ws- 4 He lives as gently as he can to be no matter where, a man. Alice Winona Gearhart "Alice" Army, Navy, and Air Force, "Boys cl coursell Spanish Club l 2, 3, Y-Teens E 4, Latin Club 4, Dramatics Club 4 Nothing is impossible to a will- ing heart. Richard Carver Iones "Dick" To get my Dads car just once with gas in it. Perfect Attendance 3, National Honor Society 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Pres 4, May Festival l, 2, Sr. Choir 2, H1-Y 3, 4, Varsity E 3, 4, Football Manager 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Track 2, Hall Guard 3, Elletian Star Staff, Elletian Staff 4. Men are of two kinds, and he's the kind ld like to be. Marilyn Patricia Nicholson "Micki" To have a certain "B" keep buzzing around me Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, May Festi- val 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Maytirrie Melodies 2, Spring Fantasies 3, Minstrel Show 2. 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 4, Home Economics Club l. From the crown of her head to the soles of her feet, shes all mirth. ,QQ l Donald Leighton Whitmer "Little Beaver" To learn to study in college, then make something of myself. Fast High School l, Varsity E 3, 4, Track 2. 3, Basketball Manager 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Mount Union Music Festival 2, Christmas Pag- eant 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Announcers Staff 3 4, All-City Band 2, Foren- sic Club 4, Iunior Rotarian 4, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 4, co-editor 4. Though he climbs upward, he will keep his feet on solid ground. Lou Ann Wallick "Louie" To be successful in my career and then marry a fine lad. Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 2, 3, TB. Ir. Board 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Haromano 3. 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Cafeteria Staff 3, 4, Sweetheart Attendant 4, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 4. Her air, her manners, all who saw admired. t .I. Ns., I, l Clyde Kent Hiddel "Ichnny" To go through college and join the Air Force before Uncle Sam gets me a rob working for the US A. Central High School l, Basket- ball 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club Play 3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3. It is a great art to be superior to others without letting them know about it. Beverly Diane Snowden "Di" To take a plane trip to Texas or California this summer. Garfield High School l, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Haromano 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, D.A.R. Citizenship Award 4, Spanish Club 2, Li- brary Staff 2, National Honor Society 4. There is an indefinable quality about her, and those who know her will never forget her. ,,:f1!' if V I , X 4 Doris Ieanne Kauffman "Ieannie" To be as wonderful and as successful as my mother, and to find a certain someone waiting for me when l graduate, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Foren- sic Club 4, Haromano 4, Home Economics Club l, Bed Cross 2, Band Concert 3, 4, Minstrel Show 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Home- coming Attendant 3, Majorette 3, 4, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 4, Special Page Editor 4. Shes a fun-loving sun-loving rascal and fine. With eyes that are flashing cle- light all the time. Ronald Gene May "Ronnie" To go to college and maior in damsels. Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Track 3, 4, Varsity B 3, 4, Min- strel Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, Christmas Pageant 2, Projec- tion Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Hall Guard 4, Dramatics Club 4 Born with the gift of laughter, and the sense that the world is mad. 1' rf' Betty Ann Sonneberger "Bettie" To marry a certain football player and raise a basketball team. St Vincents High School l, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Treas, 3, GA A, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, Sec 3, May Festival 2, 3, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Treas 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Attendant 2, Singers 2, Minstrel Show 3, Typing Award 3, Hall Guard 3, Dramatic Club 4. She is fair to see and sweet Dainty from her head to feet, Modest as her blushing shows Happy as her smiles disclose. Donald Iames Williams "Willie" Tc go to college and be a coach, then coach my own bas- ketball team, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Varsity E l, 2, 3, 4, All-Metro Football Team 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec, 3, All-City H1-Y Officers Council 3, Dramatics Club 4, Photography Club 4, Pres, 4, You've got to be a football hero, to get along with a beauti- ful girl , , . Iam-me Frances Brewer "lo" To be successful in anything l attempt to do and to be happy, Perfect Attendance l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, May Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Slow l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Singers 4, All-City Operetta 2, Orchestra l, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pres, 4, Haromano 3, 4, Y-Teens 1. Theres a sweetness most ap- pealing in the singing of her notes, Charles Herbert Oldham "Chick" To become a millionaire, play- ing basketball at "Oldham's" alley! Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Varsity E 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Projection Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Dramatics Club 4, Hall Guard 4, Senior Class President 4A, Basketball King'4. There was a laughing devil in his chuckle! Loretta Stalnaker "Loretta" To succeed in all I attempt to do and learn how to iitterbug then teach a certain lack Hathaway. Fast High School lg Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 2, 3, 45 Dra- matics Club 45 Dramatics Club Play 4. l am not denying that women are foolish, God Almighty marie them no to match the men. Marian Elaine Steet "Steetie" To die laughing!! Springfield High School l, 2, 35 Latin Club 45 Dramatics Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Forensic Club 4. Laugh! Thought I never would. 1 Delores Georgia Lilley "De" To attain happiness and suc- cess in anything I attempt to do. Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 45 GA A. l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Asst, Sec 3, 4A5 Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 45 May Festival 2, 45 Maytime Melodies 3, 45 Harornano 3, 4 Treas 3, Dramatics Club 4, Sec. 45 Class Treasurer 4B5 Picture Committee 45 Announcement Committee 45 National Honor So- ciety 4. To know her is to love her, Ieannette Margaret Watkins "Ieanne" To be successful in whatever I attempt, East High School I5 Y-Teens 3, 45 Dramatics Club 45 Photography Club 4. True friends are like life . . . priceless! F , '1- Barbara Ann Beal "Barb" To marry a certain lim and have a household of '!Sheets." Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 25 G.A,A. 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Pres. 35 May Festival l, 2, 3, 45 Minstrel Show 2, 3, 45 Majorette 3, 45 Student Council 2, 35 Hall Guard 2, 35 Haromano 3, 45 Home Economics Club lj May Queen 35 May Queen Crowner 45 Dra- matics Club 4. Steadfast to her purpose, True to her ideals. Doris lean Baker "Ieanne" To be a housewife and live up to my maiden name. Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 35 GAA. 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hall Guard 3, 4. , . . and suddenly dogg have a special fascination for -me. .1 Dale Leonard Province "Orange Terror" To marry a blond and raise my own football team. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity E 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 4, Photography Club 4. O bed' O bed' Delicious bed, its a Heaven upon Earth for the weary head. Ianet Louise Smith "Ian" To marry Dave, be a good wife to him, and raise a real "McCoy " Spanish Club l, 2, Dramatics Club 4. A soft answer furneth away wrath! Z -,'! 'Q or Daniel Vernon Blough "Danny" To change my one and cnlys last name to mine. Football 2, 3, Varsity E' 3, Track Manager 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Protection Club 4, Senior Choir 2. 4 Asst Treas. 4A, Christmas Paaeant l, 2, 4, Minstrel Show, 2, 3 4. Good hearted, always ready for a good time. Elizabeth Ann Iones "Lizzie" To be a successful steno C . g- rapher, East High School lg Haromano 4 Nothing is more useful than silence. 7 David Arnold Bonner "Dave" To graduate from collea-2, get a aood Job be succezasfiil have a nice home and aoofi wife Football Manaaer l, Track 2, 4, Varsity if l 2,3 4, Latin Club 2 3 4, Tfeaf 3 4, Criristiiias Paaeant l, 2, Hall Guard 2, 4, Red Cross 3, Photoaraphy Club 4, l3rarr.aticf1 Club 4 A redfheadeci nian never dtex single. Betty lane Hammitt "Betty' To travel and ao to California East High School l, Y-Teens 2 3, 4, Senior Cnoir 3, Dramatic., Club 4. 2 Be rfllenf and ,safe Silence never betrays you. .ag Charles Edward Carter "Ed" To someday show the coaches ot Ellet that I can play football. Football 4, Basketball Manager 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club Play 4, An- nouncers Staff 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Sec 3, Varsity E 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, Projection Club 3, Band l, Orchestra l, Minstrel Show 3, Christmas Pageant 4, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staii 4 He thinks like a philosopher and acts like king. Marilyn Louise Snyder "Marilyn-Bob" To fulfill my membership in the "Future Homemakers Club" of Ellet, by getting my M.R.S. de- gree trom a certain "B.O.B." Y-Teen l, 2, 4, G.A.A. l, 4, Har- omano 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, Librarian 3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Maytime Melodies 3, May Festival 2, -Dramatics Club 4. What more can happen to her? Whatever it is, l'm sure it will be great. lames William Nicols "Iirnmy" To always have lots ot lun and money to have it with, East High School lg Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity E 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3B, Vice-Pres. 4A, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, May Festival 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 3, 4, Maytime Melodies'3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Spanish Club 3, Perfect Attendance 3, Photography Club 4, Forensic 4, Vice-Pres, 4, Dra- matic Club 4. Laugh and be merry, remem- ber, better the world with a song! Shirley Ann Williams "Shirlee" To be successful in whatever I attempt to do. Willoughby High School, Wil- loughby, Ohio l, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Perlect At- tendance 2, Hall Guard 2, Haro- mano 3, 4, Sec. 4, Dramatics Club 4, Photography Club, Sec. 4. It silence is golden, then wealth is her asseti Lucien Patrick Lamb "Luke" To spend the rest ot my lite listening to my wife telling my kids how l scored three touch- downs in football. Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, Varsity E 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 3, 4, Projection Club 3, Hi-Y 4, Dramatics Club 4, Hall Guard 3. Hes a poor little "lamb" whos gone astray . . . Ianice Lee Robinson "Sriozze ' b To marry a certain foot player and tell my children 1 story of the "three touchdowns GA A. l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen l, 2, 4, Y-Teen Basketball 2, 3, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Haroma 3, 4, Pres, 4, Hall Guard 3, Red Cross 3, 4, Secretary 3, Perlect Attendance 2, Studw Council l, Glee Club 2, Typi Award 2, Sweetheart Queen Dramatics Club 4. Portrait of a lady, a real lady who always knows -where to and what to do. I., ... I a Marlene Rae Chew "Chew" To keep a certain sweet "Red" head as happy as I can. Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, G.AA 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Sr Choir 3, Christmas Pageant l, 3, Hall Guard 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Minstrel Show 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Dramatics Club 4, Cheerleader 3, 4 Captain 4. Ever ready with a smile. Nonnan lack Fasig "Fin" To be a tloorwalker in a tele- phone booth. Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Minstrel Show l, 2, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Track 3, Basketball l, Dramatics Club 4, Dramatics Club Play 4, Alumni Representative 4, Red Cross Representative 4. He has just discovered that Emily is not a post. 1 Carole Iean Velleca "Carole lean" To always have a Html dandy lite. Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Dramat- ics Play 4, Senior Choir 2, 4, Minstrel Show l, 2, May Festival 4, Christmas Pageant 4, Y-Teens 4, Sweetheart Queen 4, Basket- ball Attendant 4. When her delicate feet in the dance twinkle round. Her steps are light, her home is in the air. Gertie Earlene Barron "Ectrlie" To become a secretary and have Wilma around to help me with my shorthand. Curry High School. Iasper, Alabama lp Home Economics Club 2, Haromano 3, 4, Cafeteria Statt 3, Dramatics Club 4. 'Twas her thinking ol others made you think of her. Reena Gay Greenaway "Reena" To sponge oil the old man as long as possible. Marshall High School, Hunting- ton, West Virginia l, Wisconsin High School, Madison, Wiscon- sin 2, Christmas Pageant 4, Dramatics Club 4: DYGmGliCS Club Play 4, National Honor Society 4. Good to be merry and wise! Richard Edwin Swartzman "Dick" To succeed with many good friends. East High School l, Track 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Spanish Club 3, Hi-Y 4, Forensic Club 4, Dramat- ics Club 4, Future Teachers ol America Panel 4. ' The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure my business. 3 A' M J- Inf 24" nr' Sandra Ellen Sauer "Sandy" To be able io take shorthand with both hands at once so l can go twice as fast. Y-Teens 2, 35 Perfect Attend- ance 35 Hall Guard 45 Haromano 45 Library Staff 4. To a woman, the consciousness of being well dressed gives a sense of tranquility. Iames Marshall Congrove ..Louie.. To live a long and happy life, and be successful. Tallmadge High School l, 2' 1 Cuyahoga Falls High School 3. God bless the girlsg l love them all. Vonda Louise Harper "Vonda" To be a registered nurse and eventually settle down and get married. Caldwell High School, Cald- well, Ohio l, 25 Red Cross Rep- resentative 35 Minstrel Show 35 Haromano 45 Dramatics Club 4. A sight to delight in!. Shirley Lou Bender "Shirl" To cross the Pacific Ocean in a rowboat. Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club Z, 3, 45 Haromano 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 45 Cafeteria Staff 35 Christ- mas Pageant 35 Hall Guard 3. Blest with that charm to please. Shirley Maxine Triplett "Shirlee" I'm too lazy to have an ambition. Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Basketball 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club 15 Dra- matics Club 45 Glee Club 2. I never let studies interfere with my education. Althea Gertrude Lute "Gert" To be an airline hostess and see the world with expenses paid by the airline. Home Economics Club 15 Y- Teens 45 Dramatics Club 45 Dra- matics Club Play 45 Haromano 4. Here is a dear, and true, in- dustrious friend. 115 Barbara May Toth "Barb" To be a telephone operator and never get a wrong number. Hall Guard 3, 4, Advanced Chorus 2, Dramatics Club 4. Patience is the best remedy lor all troubles. Mary Ann Szilagy "Annie" To make my parents proud of me and to receive my M.R.S. de- gree in less than four years. G.A.A. l, 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Haromano 3, 4, Treas, 4, Christ- mas Pageant l, 3, Home Eco- nomics Club l, Glee Club 2, Dramatics Club 4. A merry heart doth good like medicine. 'Q ,JS 1 Ioy Marlene Scheiller "Icy" To be a technologist and suc- ceed in everything I do. East High School l, Y-Teens 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Haromano 4, Dramatics Club 4. The power of thought, the magic ol the mind. Carol Ann Carruthers "Possie" To become a sentry at Arling- ton Cemetery. East High School l, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Haromano 4, Dramatics Club 4, National Honor Society 4, Class Secretary 4A, Picture Committee 4, Announcement Committee 4, May Queen At- tendant 4 Her ways are ways of pleas- antness, all her paths are peace. lane! Ruth Etling "Ianie" To someday have a REAL monkey to add to my collection. May Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 3. Monkey see, monkey do-thats our Ianie! Marilyn Io Sims "Marlee" To graduate "cum laude" from nursing school, and to have hap- piness lorever! Band 2, 3, 4, Maytime Melodies 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, Orches- tra 2, 3, Christmas Pageant l, 2, 3, Haromano 3, 4, All-City Band Festival 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, Elle- tian Star Stall 4, Elletian Stall 4. Rare is the union ol beauty and purity! af- 20 Duston Charles Bachus "Rudy" To be a wart exterminater in a pickle factory. Fast lcliah School l, Baseball 2 3, 4, Varsity F 2 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, lunior Class Treasurer 3, H1-Y 3, 4, llramatics Club 4 He may be a quiet man, but quite a manl Barbara Ann Keeling "Barbara" To be a success in whatever I atlempt, and to travel some. East High School lg Y-Teens 3, 4: Photography 4, Perfect Attend- ance 2: Dramatics Club 4, While you smile, youll have a host of friends, ' 4 r Ure, Stephen Lloyd Galit "Steve" To graduate from college and to be a success in life. Art Club l, 2, Vice-Pres 2, Art Cup 2, 4, Football 2, 4, Baseball 4, Varsity E 4, Hi-Y 4, Elletian Star Staff 4, Elletian Staff 4, Art Editor 4, ln framing an artist, art thus decreed, to make some good, but others to exceed. Lois Elaine Thoenen "Lois" To go to business school and learn what I pretended to learn in high school. Cafeteria Staff 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. A tall woman possessed with stateliness and dignity. -.I+ -1 -+1 Gregory Andrew Powers "Bernus To go to Washington state c drive a log truck and become lumber jack in my hopped Reo. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Footl Z, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, F 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4 Y 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 3, 4. As large as life and twice natural, Mardelle Deutsch "Mardie To do lust what comes 'lnat erlyf' East High School l, Y-Teen 2, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Operetta May Festival 2, Christmas P eant 3 Where looks were fond words were few. 1- 'fr 4 . 'ei X f J, ' f, 2, ff' fi- ,5 , K' I' v f if Shirley Ann Crites 'v ' 1 l 4 's ,. lla ii I 1 , . I., V f 1 "Shirley" Iocrn Dawn Ruth "Ioc1nic" 91,5 .-Tf YW ,,,, ,, 1 .q fi... 1 ' ' ? 4 lirii ,g A 1 I l 'Jw' 7 4 ' Q' - i .' K ffl--Zxfrri i " irg ..! zI! -'l .. , ' ?:.':'i! t Grace Lorene Banner "Gracie" rw 1, . f..g-1 X 1, .IL 17. 'JZZITA' 1' :A l'l4r.r11f- 1 Wilma Louise Lcxlollelte "Wilmer" , ,,,,,v V I Im, ,Z ., ,, ,.jI,,,, ,, , , or-+f"i"'f Y . . '-' .1 f ,Nei . -Jl,-I L. ,INJ- " 'fir Q11 ' f1i.'I,E ,Lb 4 Tef-R . - X. 1 , '1..r l, Sll'i'lDf'i i P T"' ,.i,T'.,' ig H ' H'-' kind cf Dl!l.F,llClY':' i i f-ff. '2 a. -I '9 . v-5 Q 1 px N79 Y a 7'- 'Y ' i ' -1 N,--ff, Donnaiean Snyder -I in "Donna .i ,. ., . ,., ',f Ei S lf- 1 Ur. , " i Antifriff , ll.JIl .- I,-T"'f'll 2 3, 1. , in "lp l 1, V-'wtf-1 Ai fer il 11 ' l'rfif'1rr ll a. . ' i, ai ' 1 i X, 1 ' rf ' fizrz, 'i lit'i' l ' ' if f.'fr'fIfiit1 5 Doris Eileen Rearick "Doris T'f lf'f "riff V' If. li'f,' Fri I Ilflfl ,Ui l, Y Tffwrx. Y , . , A ,. , if l1i.Jr:,':ni , -1, .pirwiffrgs 5, Al '.'fzr.iQ'l fnirxy Z, Lilcriry Skill 3 4, Qfrirrtfifiw 'Ilib 4 Thr blpxr. is kfflllllllll, l,v:t If .'0r1.QTLi:.f-., ":fn'.'-mer.! 0, 1? AP" '59 ,, if P.. ,. ,ir f Iames Donald Duncan "limbo" To be a guccess in life and have all things that are good. Football l, Perfect Attendance l, May Festival l, Hall Guard 2, Drarnaticfs Club 4 Araue, argue, early and late, if the line were crooked, hed ar- gue it straight. Margaret Edith McKenna "Mickie" To ao to Kent State University with Shirley Snyder so that we can go to the Moon-glo Roller Rink every night of the week. East High School l, G.A A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Photography Club 4, Haromano 4. A friend is someone who knows all about you and still loves you. Lf t q ,N ixxg. 3 X 333755. Q ' I I Robert Lee Showalter "Bob" To become a success at some- thing. Perfect Attendance 2 3, Stu- dent Council lz Senior Choir 2: Iunior Red Cross Representative 4, Hall Guard 4, Photography Club 4, Christmas Pageant 4. He was a good and just man! Shirley Ann Snyder "Shirlee" To always laugh and be merry, and fulfill my ambition of being a "private?" secretary. Christmas Pageant l, 2, 3, Y- Teens l, 2, 4, Haromano 3, 4, G.A.A. l, Senior Choir- 2, Hall Guard 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Dramatics Club 4. A merry heart maketh a cheer- ful countenance. if Roger Lee Wilson To go to Akron University a become an instrumental teacher, Band l, 2, 3 4, O chestr 3. 4, Spanish Club l toaraphy 4. Where, or where has my tc water gone? Betty lean Six Bett To be a good wife to W1 and SOMEDAY be able to cc as well as he can Rootstown High School Roc town, Ohio l, YTeens 2 3 Library Staff 3, 4, Perfect Atte ance 2, Hall Guard 3 4 Dram ics Club 4. Much to herself she thought But little did she shirkl of r.. Robert Edward Barnes "Bob" To own and train my own horses Senior Choir l, Hall Guard 25 Dramatics Club 45 Christmas Pag- eant 4 His one and only love now . . horses' Betty lean Griffin "Griff" To marry the man I love and find out if it's cheaper by the dozen. GAA. l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Basketball 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club l, 2, 35 Band l, 2, 35 Orchestra l, 25 Singers 2, 35 Minstrel Show lg Forensic Club 45 I-laromano 45 Dramatics Club 45 Christmas Pageant 4. Devout yet cheerful, active yet devine. in Richard Roy Hrdlicka "Hrdles" To go a long way in this world. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club l, 25 Hi-C 3, 45 Varsity E 3, 45 Elletian Star Staff 45 Elletian Staff 4, Co'Editor 45 Hall Guard 45 Photography Club 45 Basketball l. lf I tend to speak a little wild, forgive me. Elaine Eleanore Zeulsdorf "Laney" To prove worthy of everything my mothers done for me, and to teach "Tom" how to tell time in the future. East High lg Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 G.A,A. 2, 3, 45 Art Club 25 Major- ette 3, 45 Y-Teen Basketball 35 Band Concert 3, 45 Minstrel Show 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 Haro- mano 4. Her crowning glory . . . Red Hair. ,Al 7. -Ov Iames R. Barnes "Iim' To be a successful outdoor man after the draft gets me Football 2, 45 Varsity E 45 Track 4 A silent man is forever blest BACCALAUREATE Reverend Harold H. Etling Pastor, First Brethren Church COIVIIVIENCEMENT EXERCISES Dr. Norman P. Auburn President, University of Akron SENIORS ' IAMENT The door to life is open wide! As Seniors we will soon pass through, Our thanks to Ellet, u-whos been our guide, ln our memoirs well remember you. Our high school dreams have all come true, Welve met our goal in our commencement, The past is behind, we begin life anew With new bridges to cross toward lifes rich contentment, Novi each will tourney on his way, And though our paths may never cross, We will recall each memorable day Of happy memories that can't be lost. The time will come when well look back On favored days that used to be, We are proud for nothina lacked from this our class of 53 llign school life is now a closed bool: To us Ellet is out a memory It nd as ve stand talfing one 1ast loot: We say goodoy and oom out gracefully Tl-li CLZXSS OF CLASS NOTTO We bulld the ladder by whlch we rise 'LASS FLOWFR Blue Txpped Carnatxon CLASS Wlll. wr Q auain caso 19 Coe C apter in ives e thin that some ou eccentricitir would be better left behind Being of ourd mind and body we do h reby will the following ARTICLE I Sectton l r on one c e o furniturf we ave c Scction 2 r fe tor e roavr 1 e L a Q f ec Sfction 5 nyf fr a tanflw itinj cx f dcciphfr 1 Serior boy cxcu e ARTICLE II ftion fa: l norne a f r cr 1 at fctifm anne a c IJ f hig ee any tinio frmn in J c Jnncr w r oc o u r f- hrlea rruchtou e bad frorr fxllirr out Good luck ina ann r wi er pace in cafetfria Section 5 lim Barne leaxe his football number to anyone on the team and hopes that they will play some offense Section 6 Robert Barne will all h high grades from M Wil on to any lunior boy who can use thr-rn Section 7 Earlene Ba ron cheerfully leave her seat on th chool bu to Elairf Korman Ser-tion 8 Barbara Beal N1ll her ability to watch the tl rtatorette make up routines to Susie Bishop Section 9 Shirley Bendfr leav s her Bu ine s English raftftoo to osf M1 er Sfctior lU Barbara B1 hop have some ort of props or .ff 1 on Q o hfr ister Sue cant e av ay with itting on tore of th in ARTICLE Ill cti n l Danny B011 1 .-J1 bucket of bolt to an 'i .vho wi have 1 ec ion 2 Dave Bon fr fave is ability to go wim rring with a school tfachfr Wilker on fcttor 3 oahne Br uf r wi Sally Anne Turner rr 1 rn rrtulfg o loe we ifr non t at e .vill have a ftt r chancf of et sho tina the family car than ie id 1 v 1 V x ' K X1 l l , ' 1 T53 I As 2, th, gr d t'1g l s. f 53, l fs this 1 -I' . ,s ' is Q h our l ', W lc , 1 of r . ' V T3 1 .A . , e " 7 s ' is is ' . - ere Ms Wilzs' 1 , is tt1 of 111: Scar' Q Q V J A A' " Q pciirh for the dtlrkgz ' h s ar'-:rel f- XA I Li Q ,V . . ' -To Mr.: Mo tx rr E ri - .1 as: stireo ax woixmr :A I 3 I 1 ii A A A. .K tle one an.. .tae hr d ffr tn: pant three 'fzifii A x if-1 X 1 vo, by Q ., ' -To lffr, S if, l r ' - pert tc TSW Al! dk R 5,3 All' In ij Q Ili . rn 1 fax. A: I Y- it 2 S N f, l rzs, W ls 1: d walt: za 3 -, , ' g t Se, 1 l Chuck Bachug lg 'ext izw ' Ad r::'.r:.ed .. A S' - A J -e E al :azifyz and crew cut td 1.o1r.e po, 'irrr d .1'1 t S: . 1 2-lc 1, B lcsr 1 ill.: hfr h h -ls to ' I ' 1 arrl who has a tall Loy 1 , 1d Se' o - . l gl ' ll: his s Sect f. 3--fra e B' A 1ll.1 he l lcer t Lo 15: - Y019 ' .1 ll I McK.f,- ana hopes ,She 'IOQJNI f' , s 1 r bl, S 5 i Q N: lr .LS lt- in S V - lU3f:r11r1fg her ' flu 1 f if , Lou li ' . 1 2 J, MY i I3 . Sectiorr 4 -'Nl 1 B Q llra h, -l c 1 , J S? i 1 fl 1 9' E: lla IO 1 - to f 1yf,rpe who cf .1 Sl ppy s as ell azz l f V h Sh- ' 1' br Q J Q - , can , 1 1 ' sl cl' Section 4-Fred Butcher wills his job as chief sign and poster painter to any boy who likes to work in the girls locker room. Section 5--Tom Cannon wills his late hours as foot- ball manaaer to any Iunior who doesn't mind eating cold suppe Section 6 Carol Carruthers leaves her big locke mirror and her threes 1n Dramatics to Ianet Olrick Section 7 Ed Carter leaves his posrtion as basketball manager to any stout hearted lad who can polish balls Section 8 Marlene Chew will her ninth period hall guard duty to Harola King and Bill Robertson in hopes someone will come and talk to them Section 9 lim Congrove wills his Tallmadge football yersey to all the fellows at Ellet Section l0 Ieanne Cont1 wills her seal skin pogo stick to Mary Kura who ha always wanted to ee the North Pole ARTICLE IV Section l Shirley Crites w1lls her honorable positi n a ca hier to Shirley Grant in hope that she make IIN ta e ection 2 ntz Dedzins will that the pirit of fr1en:1 ship of thi chool never fades Section 3 Mardelle Deutsch wills to her sister Nadeen all the electr1c hock she has received from her locke Section 4 Flonme Doan will her Engli h book w1th the wrong answer to Loui e McKee Section o lim Duncan wills all his books with the answer in them to a funior girl E L Section 6 Ianie Etling wills her children Ioyce Razer and Dorothy Houston the ability to crack gum 1n cla without getting caught Sect1on 7 Norman Easig wills his attempts at Joke to anybody who ha lot of nerve Section 8 Patty Easnacht wills the bruising good times she had guarding Miss Spahr at Y Teen bas ketball practices to anyone who would like the nicknarre of Kneesy Section 9 Raymond Eretz wills the best position on Moe Tipton a good playerf7l Section l0 Steve Galit leaves Ellet High School wish ing he could take Edna with h1rn ARTICLE V Section l Alice Gearhat wills Iohnn1e Cooke all the American Literature an wfr in her locker fDont work too hard Iohnni J Section 2 Thelma Green will her winning ways with M s Nilson to any lucky person who is talented that way Section .5 Reena Greenaway will to Mr Bona coucn for Psychology class so the class can sleep lying down Section 4 Betty Griff n wills her whistle to all the lunior girls that are going to next years games Section 5 Mary Harnmit gives h ability to drive a hot rod to lack Holcomb Section 6 Bet I Hammit wills he seat in Dramatics ss t an lunior II who can sneak out successfully Section 7 Vonda Harper wills to Suzanne Layne the a 11ty to it on th de k in If Wilsons room and get away with it Section 8 lack Hathaway wills his ability to et along with Coach Vtnciguerra and his gossip ses sion eighth period with C P to any lucky Iunior boy Section 9-Sally Hayes wills her skimpy danctng costume to any lunior girl. Section l0eDale Hendershot wills all his work in shop to his brother, David, in hopes he can do it. ARTICLE VI Sec IOP l K nny Henkel will to anyone the good tirre he ha had and the w ll friend he na rt in is nine years in Ell t ection 2 Mut Hodges leave n et thou, t Mr Wilson Section 3 Ed NG a Holrran wills to anyone who would lrke a three on hi grade card HIS seat in Mrs Nil American Literature class Section 4 Dick Hrdlicka wills to Duane Broun h1 ability to go to tfvo partie at th same time ectton 5 Coll n ones eave er ace in Tuesday Thur day Club to luanita Marshall ction 6 Dick lone wills his tob a a football r an ager to anyon big enough to tak care of im Householae ection 7 Elizarect ones w s to any de erfin unior girl her tockfr in hope that he wont IIIN the long sea ch ea ri rrorning before homeroom ection 8 lean Kauffman will h r position in ti ma orette lin and her Jersion af Th Shiek o any lucky future maiorette Live it upl Section 9 Eloyd Keathly leave 'II number 22 ter sey to Henry Huth in the hope that he will have lots of luck Section l0 Barbara Keeling wills her box in Photog raphy to any lucky Iunior who gets a chance to take it ARTICLE VII ectionl Dean Kilgore will Moe Tipton 1 dirty sock and towel for next football ea on Section 2 Wilra LaEollette leave her seat to any Iunior girl in Mr Bona psychology class in case they may be omitted from seventn period study l'1all Section 3 Lu ten Lamb wills hi ability to get along w n Coach to any lunior who 11k to 1t in ectton 4 Delo e 1 ey will 1 r choir ro e nurr er to any future rnerrlber in the S nior Choir ection 5 Ge trud Lu e wi to any amb1t1ou unior who do nt want to 'ay in chool all ay e ability to get out at l 30 go to wo ection 6 Ronn1 May leave V football tenet o any football play .-:ho lik looking out from b hind bar ection 7 Mtckie y'cKenna will her goo t1rr 'ie Senior yea to any poor Iunio who 1 as silly a s e NG ana dnt ta e part in any chool ac 1vi ties ef t1on oyc 1 hae e ve Linnea Powe s an Brittcin ld r e t in horr eroon in hopes that they apprec ate the arorra of furmtu e Nax as well a ne did ction 9 l1"l l C'I s wi be' on the trac team to any DI iou per on willing to e ore o about two we 1' ction l0 Martly ls1co son .vi ability to rrak nett1 or tootba game tn any arrbitious PIO who haslt uf tudy a ARTICLE VIII ection l nick am will a 11 ctr tree to any lurtor who know what he mean Section 2 Shirley Orr w1lls her lS'9I lean her seat in Mrs Morte homeroom ' " " ' 'Au is s' s e ,fs ' ,grade ' - , 'K 5 ' ' . hl A ' .. . . e . - Q . 'h S - t , as '1s b s 'ah s to 9 - - . -- S . . 4 1 v Y 1 ' A ' A , . : A 1 son s ' . A F? . W . 1 1 ve A , 5 - g M A ' , c , . Sc -Y oe l lc es h- pl c . the 1.,, Se . - s ' .' J ' s s I1 14 ' e ' 6 - l I " ll e Q - 7 ' M9 S A - '1,11 I : ill: ' -li ' -Q S S . i S F' S I - I j I ' 5 S v ' A d less rs k,3 , I A 4 C- I - I 1 I S- ' -fl l : s s S - 5 E K. - ye . -S s ' -, P - V 1 e A1 , 5. 1- 5, v 1 1 1 V v D 5 5 7 .. , Q ' s is - - dm -I - Ll A 5 S ' - , ' :Q to 4' h is I s s I . U A A H A 1 . ks. It ., , V3 M s , W - g- 7 f 1 5 ,A ' it' .1 ' ' es s' . the G football team to any guy that can play behind stands and watch the basketball games. 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A , L 7 ' - - 1 H gg s, I -c' 1. otah . his b 1 ty to 1 nb Sectron 3 Carolyn Paul wrlls Nr Bonar her astrology book Sectron 4 Bobble Pearhac wrrls to Harold Krng her abrlrty to have two frne best frrends Sectron 5 Gregg Powers leaves hrs abrlrty to lose hrs teeth rn football to Howard Hamrlton Sectron 6-Kenneth Prrtt wrlls hrs seat rn Amerrcan nrterature class to any Iunror who can get along wrth Mrs Wrlson Sectron 7 Dale Provrnce wrlls hrs werght ronesy rn the hopes that he wont be able tc on any grrls lap erther Sectron 8 Dorrs Rearrck wrlls her fun rn second perrod lrbrary to her brother Tom Sectron 9 Leona Reed wrlls her abrlrty to need only three credrts rn her Senror year to any Iunror who lrkes study halls Sectron 10 Iohn Rrddel wrlls to any deservrng person hrs abrlrty to get through school wrthout workrng ARTICLE IX Sectron l Patrrcra Roman wrlls her abrlrty always to choose the rrght cheer at the rrght trme to Mrss Spahr wrth the hope that shell pass the knowledge on to next years cheerleaders Sectron 2 Ioan Ruth wrlls her abrlrty to have her Ell ran Star artrcles put rn the round frlrng cabrnet on the floor by Mr Mooneys desk to the future four Iournalrsm tlunkres Sectron 3 Sandra Sauer wrlls her seventh perrod hall guard dutres to any Iunror who lrkes to roam through the halls body who doesn t have trme to do all the translatron Sectron 5 Ray Scovern wrlls hrs dramatrcs book to Warren Summers who lrkes to act up Sectron 6 Bob Showalter wrlls to Gary Herberlrne hrs abrlrty to get along wrth Mrs Wrlson Sectron 7 Marrlyn Srms wrlls to another M I S her posrtron rn the band and hopes she has lots of trme to spare Sectron 8 Betty Srx wrlls to anyone who can use rt her love for the name of Wrllre May rt brrng as much happrness to them as rt drd to her Sectron 9 Ianet Smrth wrlls to any up and comrng Senror her abrlrty to understand the football plays rn Psychology class ARTICLE X Sectron l Drane Snowden wrlls to any new Senror Pat Fasnachts and her abrlrty to talk rn the front seats of Mr Bonneys Senror Problems class fHope you have a lrttle better luck J Sectron 2 Donna Snyder wrlls to Malcolm Rush and Iack Holcomb her abrlrty to remember drrectrons and always know where she rs gorng Sectron 3 Marrlyn Snyder wrlls to any Iunror the abrlrty to keep therr locker as clean as hers Sectron 4 Shrrley Snyder wrlls to Io Anne DeMass her way to get along wrth Mrs Morter Sectron 5 Betty Sonneberger wrlls to Bruce Bachus her abrlrty to be the other one Sectron 8-Loretta Stalnaker wrlls to her srster Mary Iane all the good trmes rn Mr Sergmans hrstory class Sectron 7 Marran Steet wrlls her corny Jokes Pl to Mr Maclntosh las rf he needs themll Sectron 8 Drck Swartzman wrlls hrs clear handwrrt rng to anyone who wrshes to confuse the teachers Sectron 9-Betty Sweeney wrlls her rob as statrstrcran to Ioyce Summers rf shes stuprd enough to take rt Sectron 10 Iack Sypherd wrlls hrs number 40 football Jersey to anyone who rs used to gettrng rnto small places ARTICLE XI Sectron l Annre Szrlagy wrlls her abrlrty to drrve all krnds of cars fliappy hot roddrng Flosel Sectron 2 Lors Thoenen wrlls her abrlrty to make good use of study hall to Ioan Yerrrch and Modrna Smrth Sectron 3 Betty Thornton wrlls all her good trmes gossrprng wrth Pat rn study hall to Edrth Cummrngs and Vrrgrnra Iohnson rn hopes that they do as good a rob as we drd Sectron 4 Barbara Toth wrlls her sewrng abrlrty to Phyllrs Danrels fGood Luckl Sectron 5 Iackre Trrche wrlls her good trmes at the Iunror partres to three of the Iunrors Brll Beal Duane Brown and Brll Brown Sectron 6 Shrrley Trrplett wrlls her abrlrty to flrck class legally to anyone wrth enough nerve Sectron 7 Irm Underwood wrlls to lrttle Eddre Rrfe hrs No 24 football rersey rn hopes that he gets as much enjoyment out of rt as he has Sectron 8 Carole Velleca wrlls to Iackre Dewey her old worn out toe shoes as she needs new ones Sectron Lou Anne Wallrck wrlls her abrlrty to have surprrse partres to anyone who would lrke to be surprised Sectron 10 Ieannette Watkrns wrlls her seat rn sec ond year shorthand class to Carol Sue Quartz Sectron l Clara Weakland wrlls to her cousrn lene her seat on the mornrng school bus Sectron 2 Don Whrtmer wrll wrll you? Sectron 3 Don Wrllrams wrlls hrs posrtron on the oo ball team to anyone rn the hopes that they can help to take the champronshrp next year Sectron 4 Shrrley Wrllrams leaves her posrtron rn gym lrne up to any grrl who can get there on trme Sectron 5 Roger Wrlson wrlls hrs abrlrty to drrect the Alma Mater rn pep meetrng to Rrchard Hrtes rn hopes he gets mrxed up as he drd Sectron 6-Sally Wrsor wrlls her lrttle srster Nancy to Colleen s lrttle brother Charlre Sectron 7 Elarne Zuelsdorf leaves her beat up plume and abrlrty to freeze under the goal post before the games to Susre Brshop or any other marorettes who desrre rt Sectron 8 The Senror Class wrlls therr abrlrty to grve surprrse partres on one another to the Iunror Class Section 4-Ioy Scheiller wills her Latin pony to any- ARTICLE ,FH , A , . , ' - , r- ' - . - 1 . - . , . ' . f . f t- f? ALEDIC T 0RlAN TOP TEN SALUTA TORIA Ioanne Frances Brq-wer Iohn Frederick Butcher N -fs.: Ln' AMX in fe ,Va f ':,,"' Q X lb. Q PQ A H - nav K , ew qv, "" M' Q t,,,,,,, t, r l Patricia Fasnacht LouAnr: Wallick Diane Snowden Colleen l0I1eS Roberta Pearhac Shirleyllnn Crites Donal: Whitmer Carol Carruthers ANHOOD WOMANHOO Iames Russell Underwood Colleen Elizabeth Iones L CLASS PROPHEC Y Have you ever had the strangest feeling that some day you a wake up ln a land of make belleve or one that may have exlsted l 900 years ago? You have read about the ule of the Romans and know of the color excrtement and mystery that prevalled durlng that tlme But deep IH my subconsclous mrnd I knew that someday I would return to that t1me I dldnt know when the t1me would come or how and 1t mattered llttle But all of a sudden one day I coula feel myself bemg drawn back and my mlnd becomlng hazy It drdnt take long for the transformatron although actu ally xt was l90O years ln reverse As I came to and looked about I was ln a strange world even beyond my expectatlons There were no cars or paved streets only cobblestone lanes for horse drawn charlots Comlng toward me wlth the ln slgnla of Mayor on hrs cart was my old classmate Fred Butcher Behlnd htm was the captaln of the guard Dale Provlnce The1r clothlng was somethlng to make one go lnto hysterlcs laughlng It was my guess that I lnsulted them by dolng so because the order was passed for my arrest Much to my amazement stepplng forward from the ranks were Chuck Bachus Dave Bonner Ilm Duncan Ilm Nlcols and Dlck Swartzman I called to them to help me but rlght behlnd them came Dale Hender shot Ed Holman Kenny Pntt Bob Barnes and Mutt hodges It lust wasnt of any use because ln that length of tlme they had completely forgotten me I was put lnto chalns and thrown IDIO the dlrtlest dungeon you could ever lmaglne After my eyes became accustomed to the darkness I found that I wasnt alone Half dylng from thlrst and hunger were Leona Reed and Ianet Etllng They had comm1tted some trlflxng cr1me GQGIUSI the state that was not ln accordance wlth what the maln assembly set up as just and rlght procedure I learned that the assembly was composed of Bob Showalter Bay Scovern bh1rley Orr Ieanrtette Watklns Shlrley Crltes and Allce Gearhart Gertrude Lute had been on 1t but was ostraclzed for fallure to pay her taxes As I lay there and trted to thlnk of a means of escape drnner was brought to me by one of the guards Chlck Oldham Standlng squarely behlnd htm was Irm Barnes Ronnle May and Creg Powers Thl was really lust about my last chance of e cape so knowlng my llm chances I ran I ddnt get far be cause although I got away from the dungeon I ran mto more oldlers In command of the prlson were Floyd Keathley ana Floyd Sypherd I thought for sure that they would remember me but 1ust as had happened wlth all my other classmates they looked at me as thougn they had never seen me before and gave the order for me to be taken to the aoverness I was becomlng frantic now because I drdnt dream that my changlng and retu nlng would cause so much trouble The next day I was taken before what was termed as a jury and the judge Here she was referred to as the governess I was ln constant amazement now be cause the governess was Ieame Contl wlth her rlght hand help r Pat Roman Thelr robes were orange and whlte velvet wlth a huge flag of the state behlnd lean On lt ID blg bold letters was wntten Ellet To thlnk that a state called Ellet exlsted that long ago and all my classmates w1th rt was beyond my comprehenslon The jury was composed of Sally W1sor Carol Car ruthers Shlrley Bender and Mardelle Deutsch It was plaln to see that before the trlal had even opened they knew what the verdlct would be I had heard about what the Romans called a falr trral but up to naw had looked upon lt wlth upturned eyes As I demanded a lawyer and falr trlal my walls were socn drowned out wlth the openlng stralns of the aeath march bemg played by Marllyn Sums and Roger Wllson The atmosphere whlch contamed the feellngs f mystery mtrlgue and hatred seemed to force ltself down the throats of all those present And as my eyes hastlly scanned the dark dxngy room they fell upon two lonely flgures ln the far corner One cned out for mercy to be shown me It was the plea f Polleen lones The other flgure turned out to be Lou Ann Walllck Both were from the local welfare or ganlzatlon to help plead my cause It was of no avall be ause wlth one sweep of Ieames hand they were taken by force from the room The abductors were Dlck Iones and Dlck Hrdllcka Ed Carter was then statroned at the door to lntercept and prevent any further lnterruptlons As my trral proceeded several wltnesses were brought forth Struttlng lnto the room wlth thelr re spectlve hands each holdlng a long sllver wand were Ieanne Kauffman Blame Zuelsdorf and Barb Beal As each I9SI1Il6d one more strand was added to the web of mystery that surrounded my case To my knowledge the street at the t1me of my arrest had been empty except for two old beggars slttlng under a tree drawrng straws They were Steve GGIII and Pat Fasnacht and nelther were present to testlfy As more and more witnesses were called lt was qulte a surprise to learn by these false means that the street had been rather crowded It was not lust an overslght on my part at the t1me that I had not notlced Manlyn Nlcholson Dlane Snowden Delores Ltlly and Shlrley Wxlllams but sure as ever each had testlfled . . ,, ' - 1 -, . 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I . , and the stmple ca e that I had been charged w1th had become a federal affarr and wa to be taken to a htgher court As we cllmb d the wmdrrg tatrway to the hrghe court my mtnd wandered back for forward as could be termed more accuratelyl to the good old days rn the 20th century when a man wasnt gurlty unttl proven so Here you were gurlty urttrl no matter what you were proven so Neartng the top step a burst of Irght that almost had to ftght for tts presence amorg the heavy stuffy axr htt me wtth lull force After comtng from the prevtou dark drrty room I was very surprtsed to ltnd myself rn the presence of beauty and luxury Immedlately I became aware of a mood of galety and notrced rn the center of 1t all were two aancers Ioan Buth and Carol Velleca were 1n the mrdst of therr dance entertatntng the two central ftglres It d1dnt take long at all for me to recognrze the rmportance of them They were the ktng and queen Don Wtlltams and Betty Sonneberger who at the txme tng them After leornrng the reason for my appearance therr mood changed I knew then what I mlght expect from them rn the way of lenlency Therr court whlch was composed of Iantce Bobrn son Luke Lamb Barbara Brshop and Dean K1lgore were bexng entertarned by the court resters Thelma Green Norman Fa rg and Martan Steet The guests for thxs occasron were Beena Greenaway Betty Ha n m1t Sally Haye and Ehzabeth Iones as you could tell by the promtnence belng dtsplayed tn therr cause by the royal servarts Mary Ann Sztlagy Donna Snyd r Dons Beartck Mary I-lammett ard Barbara Keellng Stattoned at correspondtrg rntervals around the room werc more servants Clara Weakland Lots Thoenen Io, Qchetller Barbara Toth and Sandra Bauer Lvery one of them rn constant readrness at the shghtest motton of any of the guests or court After rry tntroductron and presentatton to the as sembled body I was cast astde and put under constant guard trll the tlrne of my renewed trral the next mornmg After the dawn broke and the sun had rtsen I was summoned to the room whrch had been the scene of so much merrrrnent the prevrous nrght It had taken on an enttrely new attrre and was now the cene of a very sertous faced krng and queen a new 1ury and the small but able chamber mald Marlene Chew bustly putting the ftnrshrrtg touches on lt These ,urors were Loretta Stalnaker Came Paul Betty Srx Ianet Smlth Ioanne Brewer and Margaret McKenna I was aguln certarn that they had already beer' told w at tnetr verdr NO to be althootgs the ftnal ect ton r sted tr the hand of the tune, and queen na the councrl of th Ma yor ard Governe s e three secretarle Snrrley Trtplett Marrlyr Snyder and Shtrley Snyder were half exhausted frorr tryrng to take clown everythrng that was sald Th clerks of thc court Itrrt Underwood Iohn Brddle ar' Tom Cannon were r adly trytnq to set therr boo-c sratght whrle tne barttff Kenny I-terrkel was ad rrrnrsterrng the oath to the wrtnesses of ny new t 1al T ey hoc calle not tu t one par v 'o the stana but a whole aroup Grace and Wrlnsa Banner Earleen Barron Flonnre Doan Vonda Harper and Wtlma Lafollette were among the group ard each of them tola the 1d nrtcal story Nord for Nord after each had been promptea Irtz Dedzrns had mrrreographed copies of what was to be sard and was passrng them out to each wrtnes on the land ard the one come It wa futtle 'or me to try to appeal to ther sense of Justtce I was stttrng there very d1scouraged and down organized body of ctttzens Ioyce Mtchaels Betty Grrffrth Bobble Pearhac Ieanne Baker and Betty Sweeney Bobble was tryrng to explatn why they were there but before she had gotten a sentence out tn mv behalf Ioyce and Ieanne had already been put from the room and rn the next couple of mrnutes you would never have known that they had been tnere ,The secretarles had been ordered not to enter a word of It rn the books and the tncrdent was tossed to the wtnd I looked down from the wrnaow and notrced throng of exctted people gatherxng and therr leaders seemed to be Danny Blough Irm Congrove lack Hath away and Bay Fretz After a mtnute I found out that they werent at all tnterested 1n what was gotng on above them but what was on sale at the shops of the local merchants Don Whttmer was one such merchant wrth all hr bnahtl, colored robe ard Jewels I found mv elf sO rnvolvfd and trred of the whole thtng that I wa actually glad when I aw the luror returnmg to the chamker wrth thetr verdrct As I sat there on the edge of my eat hardly dartng to hope for lustrce and mercy to be hown I had the funntest empty feelrng and rny rnlnd wa agaln beco n1r'a hazy Could I be returnlrtq to rry wonderful 20th century? Oh how I hope o and Ill never agarn vwrsh to return to tht nad world of confu ron wtth all tts alleged color excttement ar-d rnyste y THE END Cla Prophet lackle Trlchc 'I S h ' , fc! ' s , r I fi, - S s e. . . is I " t - 'J ffl? ' ' Q ' . ' o s.. e . s ' r Th M A V ' S' ' ' - ' I ' Y A - , C , ' , r e ' - . . : , - ' . f 13 S . - . ' - ' , l , I , ' - n .A ' ' . Q is A M ' 51 . . 1 H I A X v A I '- - - .' ' ' . .1 r r' . Q a . s . ty . . ' ' ' I T , . A I , ' ' G- Bt t 1 1 ' Y . . 1 . 1 A ' . A A A A I -- :Q . ss to , s I r of my arrival had been enjoying the gatety surround- hearted, when from the back of the room came an I ' 5 I ' A , . H ' ' , . . r 4 T 9 I A. I I A I . A . I , . I A 4 .T A I ' - . B' S-1 1 r A Y' ' s ' , c . . , - V , - 4. A A , A r I 8 ' - ' I s 4. " 5 . . ., V .1 s as . . J , A K . 1 5 ' . . s ' r ' . N S . 4 4 -Y A t - Q - , . , :S l "3 . I 's 1 as , ' - , , . . . l , ,T ,T - - 1 ' :ss , - ' SUPERLA TIVES MOST VERSAULE MOST POPULAR Mosr FEMININE Mosr Armsrxc BEST PERSONALITY MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST LOOKING WITTIEST BEST DRESSED 1 E E E +1 1 , Y 'V I7 Ak. ' Li f .IUNIUR CLASS HIS T DRY ln the d1stance we hear the mus1c of our htgh school band We can also hear the beat ol march1ng feet 1ts a parade Ellet Iuntors are on parade Leadmg the parade IS our head ma1orette V1ck1 Papatoan wtth Suz1e Btshop at her Slde Eollowtng tn step are the band members all decked out 1n orange Marv1n Buchanan Mary Ellen Glasgow Walter R1ce Sondra Hall Gary 1-1eberl1ne Lynn Combs Barbara Lynn Ke1th 1-tall Btchard Httes and Marlene and Arlene Brown Next comes the stars of the football held frank Cummtngs Duane Brown Marvtn Bu chanan Larry Eord Warren Summers Conrad He1dt Doug Dav1dson MOIFIS Txpton and B1ll Robertson The m1ghty men of the basketball court the ones of reg1onal fame are led by Conrad He1dt and D1ck Rtle vuth Harold Kmg r1ght beh1nd them Hummel lack Holcomb Malcolm Rush hm Sauer and Bruce Bachus Iuntors are also on the track team Thex 1n clude Doug Dav1dson Don Dodd Henry Huth Bay Furbee Marv1n Buchanan Ierry Lock hart lack Chit Harold Shr1ner and Ke1th Hall Qn the baseball team we have some good prospects 1n Ken Stbley Bruce Bachus Walter RICE Dtck Rlfe Harold K1ng and Conrad He1dt A host of Iuntors are represented 1n clubs ol var1ous ktnds Y Teens FOTSDSIC Club Sen1or Cho1r L1brary Staff Lattn Club GA A Haro mano Art Club German Club Varstty E H1 Y Dramat1cs Club and on the Honor Roll and Y Teen Basketball Team The Nat1ona1 Honor Soc1ety tnducted seven new members from the Iumor Class They are Pat Br1tta1n Mary Ellen Glasgow Sondra Hall Walter RICS Malcolm Rush Iames Sauer and Mabel Wells The parade contmues W1th Al1ce Kenepp Pres1dent of the lumor Bed Cross marchtng along r1ght 1n step Iuamta Marshall Malcolm Rush and Charles RICE are our Red Cross Representatwes Next come the Iun1or Class Qfhcers Doug las Dav1dson Pres1dent Duane Brown Vtce Prestdent Cheryl Kurtz Secretary and hm Sauer treasurer The members of Student Counctl are Mary Ellen Glasgow who IS the v1ce presldent lack Chff B111 Beal Ioyce Thomas Iuamta Marshall hm Sauer and Harold Schre1ner The H1 Y Queen was Pat Br1tta1n and Edna roore was Elleteen Queen The IUHIOF attend ants at the Homecommg Dance and Basketball Dance were Sally Ann Turner and Sus1e Btshop respectwely Also re1gn1ng as May Queen was VICKIG Papaloan her Iuntor At tendant was Cheryl Kurtz Qur varstty cheerleaders are Ioanne DeMass and Irene Campbell Mary Kura was a mem ber of the reserve squad Thats the end of the parade but we ll be back next year w1th a b1gger and better one Malcolm Rush Mabel Wells Tv I - 1 V I I I I I ' A : , z ' The reserves also deserve much credit: Bob I I - - I I I ' ' 'I - D- I I I I ' . A Tom Anderson Bruce Bachus Betty Baker Pauline Baker Mary Ann Barbuzza Shirley Barla Bxll Beal Dxck Blshop Suzre Bxshop Elva Boggs Barb Boone Bob Brenneman Pat Bnthan Lawrence Bnttaxn Arlene Brown Bxll Brown Duane Brown Marlene Brown Marvm Buchanan Irene Campbell lames Carlxsle Wayne Castner Delores Cxnocca lack Clxif Carol Coburn Carl Cole Carol Conley Iohnn Cook Nancy Creel Dave Costello Shxrley Crum Edxlh Cummmgs Roger Cummmgs Maryorle Darrah Doug Davxdson X A C' IUNIORS 'Q ,-5 'B' XX "' Q as 4'0" 0 l1.l 1 A-1 41 .L- f x Ioanne DeMass Iackxe Dewey Dxck Flxgor Edna Foore Larry Ford Ray Furl:-ee Mary Ellen Glasgow Don Goodpaslure Sallxe Guntherberg Dick Hall Sondra Hall Duck Hardesiy Gary Heberllne Conrad Hexdt Ruth Hexmberqer Dave Hendershot Iack Holcomb Harold Houseman Vxvxan Huber Bob Hummel Mark Kavalx Anna Kelso Alice Kenepp Harold Kmg Vxrgmxa Kmg Elaine Korman Mary Kura Cheryl Kurtz Mary Lakms Emma Lance Frank Lavender Barb Lynn Iuamta Marshall Duane Margroff .IUNIORS A L., I wi? -Q X 35'-""" fvfk 47' ,... 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' W D M 1 Q M if 5 . fa' M .N K vfi 2 l 45 4 --2 f' Ixm Mclfenny Carolyn Mexghen Barb Metz Ross Mxller Leslxe Morgan Donna Nrederhxser lanet Ohlrlch lean Orr Vnclue Papaloan Iackxe Patterson Lxnnea Powers Carol Quartz Robert Rexd Charles Rlce Walter Rxce Don Rxdenour Duck Rlfe Bxll Robenstme Bxll Robertson Ioanne Roudebush Iecm Rupert Malcolm Rush Ixm Sauer lohn Selx Harold Shremer Ken Srbley Shxrley Smsel Modma Smrth lanet Smoot loyce Snyder Ken Spexcher Ioyce Summers Warren Summers Olrver Teaque loyce Towne -4.1 cv"'5s 5-y,47 le .IUNIORS ff' ,. 'fs 4-15 -on f Him pl IN: fl pq., If T7 O' fs if 008 'C Q as -v Darlene Tschantz Charles Turner Sally Turner lane! Vanxca john Varhoe Pal Wearley Mabel Wells Evelyn Wrley Iulxanne Wxse Pat Wxtner Evelyn Wrxght Iocmne Yernck Gerald Lockhard Louxse McKee Mary Loulse Harland Frank Hensel Donald Dodd Ioel Marcxnko Henry Huih IUNIORS f-4: 1 'Q .....,. N44 'Q .-X 'Yr' '14-, mv' 3 Carl Antes Nancy Arnold Ernest Bell Margaret Beltz Bette Bertsch Mary Lou Bxssett Don Boltz Sandra Bramhall Bob Bucky Charles Butler Ioann Campbell Charles Clllf hm Coburn Dorothayean Coleman Iuamta Coleman Ron Combs Bob Congrove Ron Conrad Iohn Cook Kenneth Cordxer Nancy Cottle Dons Cozad Dxana Craxg Lxnda Curtxs Charles Damato Barb D Amlco Pat D Amlco Ed Delana Iune Dellapa Delores De Sure Nadeen Deutsch Dorothy Dull Bob Elliott Nancy Ellxs Al Evans SUPHOMORES Br' '-7 4? arf' v-Y x ICD 17 We 3 ,-.5 as 15' CQ -46 4' yd' f Dlx 'Of me 1- 4 'o.lv, f 1 1 n Us O -kt To ,,'v: y 3 Q ,. . . , - V 'f 1 , 'fl ' Q A, 4: 'Z 1' Q W N 7' , ,7 4 X A ' Y " e " , S A . .,, 3 FL " 4 . 'Q s 5 .' f ' 1' , ri f - A ,A H - 'R -' v A Q A 1 B Qi ef ' A , ' - 4 . . , f ,I 1 .5 , C - 3 4 1 . :V X "' ' A A " 'N I' 1' - ' in 'D 5 ' 0 F. -V fl I. ,, -, ,3 . .-5 H " 5' - I - ' 0 T V 6 ' . J' A . , ' A ' , ' 13' 4 ' ' - is ...W 2, C: 5 e ' Q N. 0 ' g . ff WL Q ' . I 10 1 'X , 'Q '. .av 4 , 6- A .5 y' y f-he A -rn , J 1 l - X' I T' I. ci I x " N' 1 -. It 'L ' L Y.' "rs Ioyce Farndon Kay Fasxg Darlene Fenn Hugh Fortney Davnd Frase Ion Galxt Nancy Golns Ioyce Gordon Shxrley Grant Joann Greathouse Pat Greenleaf Donna Gnfhih Sue Gnfhih Connie Ferrel Howard Hamxlton Bernxe Harland Mary Harland Margaret Havens Alma Holler lack Hodges Ian Holmes Carolyn Hone Dick Hoover hm Householder Harold Ice Ioanne Ienson Brran Iones Charles Iones Dave Iones Ioanne Keeler Alton Kenepp Margxe Kennedy Lloyd Kmg Martha Kovanch Betty Land SOPHDMORES f"h vs 'QP iff' Q? 'vm' U el? fa sei pv- I I Ill yi- :O Am ff Q -J Ai f- fuk QQ QU' U "r n I "'. 1' ' 5' 'G F' ' , -,B I-'Lb Eh K ' 1: 01- , haf ' to 'Ti S' 'yt' aux --71 ' ' t ell fl- . we I 4, . ji , , , 3 1 .VJ M fi 7,75 K .-f ff: 4 ' ' fa L Q ft . t "' ft J' l ' ' H A .11 . ' 'J ' "2 -f ,ik xy . X ' X H y MMF H, f 4 , l l " 1 f x A I A Sw in N 7' lux' " H' :vague . 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If ,li I 1 1 3 ww 4, ri fr , V- 5 - , -3 l Q1 - l , 1 V wi W N- , -7 , S ' I If ' I oo ' e op rr Phil Qs c e me 5 udent Council Tarthinea e Daw al N'11t'11e ri e lanf ar' Patricia lfiller nav kept 1 fr- qln my-t J 6 DF ea 'J f' La arnes Coburn Ma y Lo o ai Lewis ar a Qs ,it e '1e owed 1 ost te es r e b sstateft LlwO1. b air a e r a s ot ootball T'1e e N6 e ten oof ear aso 'r1 Cnc es snow f- ofa 1 Ha 1 o riar Os one H1 ah Fortrey ar' e C we airs 1 e spo'1g t next NIU oliey a 'res no birded by the spotliaht were ay Do is zaa loyce Go don Nancy Cottl and ear Cole n The boys also ame thro1gh 1 eyball 1 CP 1 s a ir on n owarl Hr' iiton Car Arte ana Brian ones O t ' t 1 ask CI Came ri e u 'OD then too en o s were in t1ere 1r1ak1r1a baske s for t'1e rese ve tearr Althougr 've had a bia QLIOWIFU on the rese ve teari we had but one tar or the varsity tearn That Nas Edward Rite The girls were no left out ol basketball by a lorg shot Sn' airls a ibblea into Y Teen basketball garres They did so Nell that they ended in second place in the hnal Boy in H1 Y this yea were kdward Flite Howarrl Hamilton David Whitrne Iirn Householder Chuck lones Hugh Fortney Dick Hoover Chuck Nutter Chuck Srowden Don Marsh and Kenny Rick We have one 'rack star Dick Hoover Durihq football season We had Marion Lonqstreth for our rlornecominq Attendant lvancy Arroli Na cho en for our Ba ketball Attendant and o11r May Court Attendart was Lorain Lewis V ery tirre th band played and the Mayoret'e rnarchea lou could see Mary Lou Res-chke out there 1n l1ont carrying the Star and Stripes, Following, in the Band, there was a total of twenty sop orriores Many o these same ones were in t e o cheftra also Dorothy Duii war' one of the Bell Tones Her arrange- r'1er1t of 'Blue Tango' was used when they rrxade their telev1c1 n lebut T' Hillbzlly Band had the base 'iddle playing ol no ay .om 5 T1 e Sophornores were well rep1esented in the Senior Iioir w1th a 1o.a of sixteen boys and gi1ls si .g11 ,nl Barbara Moritqorrery as one ot the accornpanistr. 1 , So thorzore airs w'1o took rt in t e Sin er: were, fur: Cozad, oy-, Kinney, Diane C1a1a, a ' onna JV1111 r, hore winnin awards or t1 eir instrurriental ta one a the rnasic concert held in Kent were Iohn Cook lgerineth Cordier, Gertrude Mertens, and Charles ut er. We also had some theatrical-rninded tolk in our rniast For the Thanksgiving Proqrarn, Dorothy Duff read on oriainal poern In the Christmas Pageant, Dorthatean Colernan and luris Upatnieks, had parts, ln the Spring Play, Nadeen Deutsch and Shirley Grant huraled the tryouts, Several Sophomores have kept up their studies ex- ceptionally well. This showed when they made lirst honor-roll They were Ioyce Farndon and Iuris Upatnieks, .We, the Sophomore Class, believe we have confrie buted greatly to our school in this past year and we are looking forward to making our Iunior year even better, Iune Dellapa This sch l 'year has kep1 th .s cho More class r, l", cxrly as you 'f-'Lll xc, Our repres ntat 'es to At. ' C 1 , It 13 , n Cclerrfzn Charles llattcr, X '1 '1 i 1 or Patricia l.1r.1 Charles ,1 gs, 1d 1 i l, 1 L .1 1r1forrr.fi on the l ,st ev- ,112 Those who repr s., 1ted us zn lr R, ' Cr1.1.: were Mary ' 31 Bisseti, l .1ci 1, r' u Hezschke l. r n - ' r 1 1d Ch rl ' N1 t r. Tl activity we sh ' , ' . in ,r,.t 11 this year was sports The oy: F r Q T 't y t k 1g p rt in th, AEE-A r.er1: n ip r F I r ' r- .1 ' is on the freshrnan tearn, out we were well represented on the 'farsny t , ,1 li' w11l I 1rl-. C .yo n Hy: r' 1 rr. it n, Ci lc: I 1 s, 1.4 ,. " .1 lair. s Coburn TQ ., 41l' took h Q .l h 1 1 ' tl 'Q b ll ga111ci Ti se l 1 ' ' ,A 'J1 c e. K ' Fasia r, Ca ', e r i , e, Q lQortha1 11 ,ina 1 , S c , 1 n vollc 1 w th tI1. l ahts ray, l ll .Q Io Galit, H. 1' f 1urr1'1 .1 l .1 s, 1' I Jr Ab u ,ha trtxe b 6' etb ll - sk1r.r.1nq in, We wer 'p on 1 y 'Y , T b yr 1 lu ,, T l- uv O . 1 , , 1 s. ...V l L . e 1 , .gli h l ' ho r 1 s s o " 'He D 1 Io 11 Po Tn as H V C' ' ' l r r rg a 't 1- , c The p l I pa hp fy , Jo lv 1 H 1 fo f M D l 'ne T 1 q l h 1 ale 1 I 1 f- We the class of Db were very wel represented in the any lubs and organizations througwout Ell W iile in 8th grade we elected students to represent the Freshmen Class in Student Council Marsha Davis Martha Hyre Dick Polloman and Robert Brittain were chosen Red Cross Representatives were also elected They were Nova Watkins Beth Bailey Geoffrey Hill Iim Tipton and Rosalie Miller The people responsible for patrolling the halls were Suzanne Layne Marilyt May Eileen Brittain ludy Du Pratt lane Keller and lean Nervo Freshmen hep rs in the library were Pat Timblin and Almedia Burkhammer various musical groups at Ellet There were twenty nine band members and nineteen in the orchestra We were also very proud of the Ellet Bell Tones Rochelle Hartz lane Wildman Mariorie Lutes and Charlotte Kyker were the 9th graders who had the lonor of being members This musical organization traveled to Kent State University for the Northeastern Ohio Music Competitions and came back with a rating ot Superior The German Band was also an outstanding musical group Composed of nine Freshmen boys they played for pep meetings and other assemblies Their vocalists were Claudia Mathias and Marilyn Stillwell Larry Martin Larry Kelley Eddie Hissam and Dick Holloman were the members of the Boys Quartet Suzanne Layne accompanied them The girls in the Singers group were Ioyce Wilson Mildred Frazier and Betty Parman The lr Choir composed entirely of Freshmen stu dents sang for Lenten assemblies The accompanist was Hope Snyder Besides having musical talent we were well repre sented in sports The members of the Freshmen Basket ball Team were Bill Snively Bob Putman Bob Heidt Ken Dunlap, lim Tipton Keith Watson Laddy Knight, Iohn Le Master Tom Gearhart, Iim Burton and Ed Holland. There were only two Freshmen boys on the Reserve Basketball Team. They were Bob Putman and Ken Dunlap. The two girls cheering for the Reserve Team were Betty Parman and Ioyce Wilron. The Freshmen also had a representative in the Maiorette line. She was Marlorie Showalter. The "Sky-Rockets" captained by Barbara Halt were the Iunior League Volleyball Champions and placed third in the school, The members of Y-Teen Basketball were Susie Layne, Beth Bailey, Marsha Davis, Rosalie Miller Nancy Orcutt, and Christina Crum. The students on the First Honor Roll for the first semester were Martha Hyre Eileen Brittain, and Beth Bailey. We hope that next year we shall have as successful a year as we have enjoyed in l952-l953. Beth Bailey Dick Holloman The Freshmen class had a fine attendance in the Marran Adey lamce Amscough Ned Anders Margaret Arble Beth Barley Hxchard Bam Ted Balko Dale Basham Rxchard Blllxngs Hazel Blakney Barb Bloesmger Ruth Boggs Daun Bonner Shrrley Boone Wxllxam Boyle Ron Brady hm Breznak Bob Bnttaxn Elle-en Bnttaxn Ioanne Brodwxck Don Brown Faxth Buchanan Iohn Buehl George Burch Almedla Burkhammer Bxll Burse Dave Burton Wllma Burton Tom Butcher loyce Butera Betty Campbell Erleen Campbell Dorothy Carney Tom Carroll ,. 13" .Sr IV '7 61? ff FRESHMEN 51a 'Y tvlfs golf! '0 '--'Ir X I 'M 'S 4 l 'OG L If-I 4 3 .6115 " v ifw' 1' 0 yo- A 5 -, , ,Z . , I V Q ,7 A 1-Ex R A ,' K.. ' 'I K , I' s ., ,., 1' ,5 0 A 1 1 ' rn Y ' ' f" 9 v Q , ! 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" ' -A2 ig P " if fl S - lax . rf , I 4 an V' I "v X I , A X 'llig 213' g 5 ' -, or A :L A1 , , , -... .v,1 Al , f X C l 2 5 5' .xl V. , ? . , Q .. xl . -, 'N X 1,w., . .fi -: B ,fl w-'l Sandra Clark Clyde Corley Elxzabeth Crum Phyllxs Damels Bette Davxs Marsha Davxs Roddy DeWalt Pat Doll Mary Dove Carol Duke Ken Dunlap ludy Dupratt Carl Edwards Carole Edwards Nancy Edwards Bxll Emenck Betty Fatrman Dewayne Fearer Cheryl Penn Rlchard Flsher Barb Flxnt Martha Forney lxm Foster Ben Fought Mxlclred Frazxer Bob Funk Lmda Gandee Sandra Gandee Pat Gartland Tom Gearhart loan Geller Robert Golkov Eugene Graham Ralph Grant Don Grove FRESHMEN rs AC' J-ffl, rift- .yy ii lo 'DF'- my f Q' j?"m -xg -I R 569' nys eq" S' 'A . , 1, .- fr at 'G ", . ' s 9- 'l I A ,-' 1 . , W l A x -. K x , 4: A ' 3 V 'as y ' . ' ' J A, f xi I 'Q' A '43 X5-ll' -9323, ' e 'bl C 1 I it ' 6.5. ' " A: , 'Q we y ' ' NA ff ' ,., ., I K I "" 'T' . av A ,, W. it "1 t " ,N 0 " ' f -1 t K M 'L . A R, J ,,. 5 1 if r . 'H 1 Q' Q 5, l 'E A , V' 'Q ,. 3 er ' I I y s ' A may t i a ' ,Sig C "1 Q l ' Q C -1' l I . M" . 1 , ' , le 1 .cl . ' y,-J 1 . ' " rv- Barb Hatt Ted Hall Ioe Hott Soma Hamxlton Rochelle Hartz Iuamta Heckerman Catherxne Henkel Marvm Hensley Cheryl Heppe Bob Hlggxns Geoffrey Hrll Don Hlssam Duwane Holllster Dxck Holloman Don Holman Robert Hoover Dot Houston Mary Huddleston Robert Hexdt Martha Hyr Lester Ianes Iudy Iohnson Ken Kavalx Ianxce Keller Larry Kelley Peggy Krbble Bob Keeler Russel 'fee hl Laddy Kmght Charlotte Kyker Bev Layne l0hn Le Master George Lewxs Adraxth Light Leroy Lmton ldld --I 19. FRESHMEN A. I ff? Nix 45 'Y 7 fb ff 6 YT V 'Dt 1 1,10 4? , fv- 1 Q 'Y 'Q I I ' " , - T, . at . . 2 Qi nb -2 , , 1 ' I I X N .I -it ng' 1. as . 4... rg 4 I-Q -q - .A 'if L - i ,Z ,L Q 'I' .5 4' N . 2 1- X ' . 1 In 'K -' ,. Y , . 'v' Vg - ,- H .A H I U " i"' M Q. I ,,,, g , L 14:3 ,, L :Q , I9 , ,Lf 4 I A x , ,y , 'Q M i 4' E in ' lr .git as A. K ffl' .4 T " - V' v-s 4' L A L 'ngm , 4 4 ' f JL I 4 . .U K Q Z A , L" at ll , , -f - 1 Wm :Q ,- . ., I U 4, -5 .J -9 U- ' A - ' '. fs -Nb ' ,Q 3" I u . My , ,, 'r , 'ff ' , ,Z 1' rv 5' A Ir., 'Q 4? - h 8 1 fy ,Q - uv .- If D 'Q ' Y .L .Zn ' '- . . 4 ' X ' . 4 lj Marlorxe Lutes Ernest Long Patty Lowe Bill Molson Ronald Marsh Ierry Marteney Larry Martm Phyllxs Mason Claudxa Mathxas Manlyn May Sandra McCracken Pat MCD1Vlll Pat McKee Sandra Melghcn Dtck Mernll Howard Meyer Rosalxe M1116-r Alxce Mllls Gerald Mullms Manlyn Nervo Annette Nxckles Don Nlcols loan Nlederlnser Nancy Orcutt Betty Parman Don Payne Bob Pxckelsxmer Alxce Pope Iames Pulllum Bob Putman Barb Queen Sylvma Ranker Ioyce Razer Sally Rechel Betty Robbms 'Y FRESHMEN 4' Q nf' A x l . 'ffl 'ag 1? 6 K 1 f YQ' ff-f -0- an Maryorre Rcbbms Io Anne Roman Nancy Roser Beverly Rutherford Madge Russell Harold Salxsbury Nancy Salladay Janet Santee Carol Schlossnagel Robert Schrader Mary Scovern Carol Senn Bob Slbley Rxchard Sle rs Gerald Srgler Mary Semlck Marjorre Showalter Alxce Smrth Wesley Smoot Donna Smyth Wllfred Snrvely Hope Snyder Don Soulsby rvlarrlyn Strllwell De Ann Stlpe Mary Sell Barb Sumstme Helen Sutter Donna Sypherd Zelda Thomas Tom Thompson lerry Thornton Pat Trmb Irm Txpton Nancy Trpton FRESHMEN 'AY' I!! L 4' A, -ai J -.N wi il' "9 J 1 nfw z QXMN 47 49 f V 10' A -r ,AJL7 ' 6 , . .QQ -f za A Mfr , ' " , f' ,Ny K A rim l -' P rx . 1 .I f. f f- ,, ar f- 5 A -L if .L ,S ,, -1 , ,S , -' to V' ' a x fi f- y.. 1 . Q I -1 In 'l lf' I' ,, 1 D ff 1 wt? N, - . S wif . . f 5- 1' G3 Q , 4 . 1' 3? W W L 12 l x I." I . . lr 'S' 1' rv " "Q ' 'Q' 'S' l 4 fr 0 ,J i fb 1 Ll jr 1 . ,' Y ' X I .Q 'I Q Abi, IM., I k 7 Q' '13- , A fs Q. A LQ ' 3 :ti 4: -N? f rr A 'nf' 3 Q 'l ,M . A f ',. 7' ,S 1, A b .6 A 3:1 ' ,,, , M gi y -S .ft V: jf I un , 3- ei 'gy - , f f ' Tom Turner Russell Teryung lack Twyman Barb Underwood Karen Van Hook Iudy Vamca Veromca Varhoe Gerald Wagner Ken Washburn Nova Walkms Kexth Walson Bill Websler Robert Werner Donna Whlte lane Wxldman Lols Wrley Harold Wells Sharon Wllhxte loyce Wxlson Nancy Wisor Roland Wolfe Gerald Worslell Ieanne Wright Art Yengling Ted Yengling Tomalin Yoder Fred Zolchak lack Snively ii ll ,- Z : , .uv 'Y 'S' 44:11 rs. at -.+v1?' . 'r,, ,K :mal 8 ,gr V, e , f I M 'A' J fi I ab 3' 'als ., .. -.'.. lr "LS". . F. :ef l el, K ' W 'lf f a 2' an if A-rlene Weakland rc: Q X , K In fri W ,.V-ie .1 ,, -rr 1 ' ' Va V J 1 ls, W 2 v M f J .e-.. 'ln I v f , ,Q R ,Hg ff., -A T: ru M , a -'fr .e 43 fi f. .9 ' f W jx. X X r 0 :D in 2 "" 4 .s ,, 1' 5' 4 y 3 f T 32" 5' 2: 1 M 1 f 'K 1' fl, '72 " 'V' 0 59 'gg A Q,z N B fx 1 ' A Il l fl EIGHTH GRADE HISTORY Celxa Axkey Bxlly Antes Ross Anderson Ixm Bader Nelson Baker Robert Balles Clyde Banner Robert Banner Eleanor Barna Ruby Barr Ameta Barron Paulme Baskey Barbara Bxege Fred Benko Charles Bennett hm Benyl Barbara Bxshop Ioan Blakney Carol Boggs Dons Boone Loretta Booth Marvm Bowen Iohn Bowers Robert Brown Nancy Buckner Anxta Buchs Iohn Burton Carl Bussxe Lucxnda Cable Charlene Campbell Kenny Carson Donna Chapman Rue Neldra Clark Helen Coburn EIGHTH GRADE 1 CU? ov: Q , f as "V" 'S It 'U' xi 'f' 1 I in ""nn,,, 4-'vw IT l"'K our Amff' 41 ...Q ,Db in V70 I I 1- K ' , V 'va' I -1 my .1 1' KL - , :b V x .eq 5 A 4 we P , of 2 4 ' i ft A 1 ' 5 A : ' ""'w , ll ' 'R , ,M 1-5 32' 'B 3'- W , ' : 5 t I K 1 dxf-fi 5, "' - Q ' ' F - f" I . I "UT f' LarrY Beam ,Qi l3.fr"' V 'T-"7 I, ' 4, R f in lt B ll R. B 5 1, If - . Y . ,. f .3 . A fn M", y R --as A or ff' 1 V A l ' fd, 5 fl . A , ?f not 'nik 1' elm 1- 3.- ' - ,I v-Al - A. B- - 1 A , B B gn 4 R - E111 A nl.. .. 1 . I J-9 Yi A y 1 t Q C. ff 4 - - y -or "1 of u be . . L- C X 1 , . ff X f 1 ,V AE . ll f 5 2 l P 4 ' as I it 1 1 4 V " ' if-I - A - ' X if x .x I X I Dave Cool lack Cole Richard Conley Bxll Culver Gary Curhs Donald Creel Iumata Crme Mary Crme Terry Cross Betty Low Cruse Paul Cutimg Sally Cunningham Francrs Damaio Barbara Demary Gradre Damels Carol Dremer Charles Dxesz Ixm Doyle Karen Elle! Icmet Ellrs lohn Ellrs Bxll Ellxson Lmda Elmore Mrrram Feeman Mary Ann Flower Ireth Gallxon Iohn Gamble Lmda Gault Iudy Globrts hm Goodpasture Beverly Gougler Duck Gourley Gerald Hahn Mary Hale Quentm Hancock EIGHTH GRADE W, , R ff' f J Mk 've ,v S 1 11 '562' 257 1? T3 'D T -Q Charlene Haylett Ed Hayman Ron Heavner Mlla Holler Royal Houston Don Humble Marllyn Hummel Bennxe Hurr Sandra Ice George lackson Penny lackson Maxme Ioy Barbara Iohnson Fred lohnson Nancy B1ller Regma Iones Tlm Ioseph Frances Kaess Samuel Ke-gg Davxd Kexlholtz Mary Kenepp R1chard Kemph Tom Klght Danxel Kmg Kathryn Knott Kay Kramer Sarah Kura Robert Llggett Larry Lushbaugh Donna Lustxc Floyd Lute Manlyn Lynn Carol Mabry Iames Maln Robert Marsh EIGHTH GRADE fl Qi? 935 1'- af' Y? F' "G f K 4-'du -1 ggi? Malia ,.,, ffl 'S if ff' 'L -OA! nw T17 71 'Q ,A 1-D- rv- ,fv7l fl 1-7 Ralph McClam Dxck McFadden lack Mllhoan Sandra Mllhoan Iames Mnlls Delores Mocher Edward Mulr Bxll Moneypenny Nancy Morgan Wxlma Morgan Donna Musleve Luann Myers Lynn Myers Bob Nelxsse Roy Nelson Valene Nlcely Gary Nutter Becky Osborne Shxrley Peck Dxck Postlethwalte Beverly Prxngle Davxd Radclxffe Iudy Rank Pat Reagan Tom Rearxck Charles Reed Mary lane Reld Paul Retlew Gary Rxle Lyle Rxttenhouse Bobby Roberts George Robertson EIGHTH -3 MY' fur' Harnet Rush I' Charlotte Salmons David Sauer I 'DR 'Q ,Q 5' s.."3.ief 1 r" V25 GRADE 0 'ri ff JO 7 av-4. Fifi Yi ff-55? f' fi ,-.4 T5 'J 'C '-x Drck Schnexder Ierry Schrop Beverly Schuckerl Clara Scoarse Rrta Seckel Wxlla Srnger Ioseph Slade Charles Slaybaugh Alan Sllfe Amta Smrth Betty Smxth Donna Smxth Harold Smxlh Iames Smxth Myrna Smxih Sandra Snyder Gary Spxres Iohn Thoenen George Thompson Barbara Zucha Ed Twyman Carol Underwood Georgxa Vahades Davld Vance Glorla Varhoe Terry Vernon B1ll Washburn Sandra Wexghtman Gary Wetzel Larry Wmgrove Ioan Wxlkrnson Bxllle Wolf Suzann Worslell Flora Youngkm Floyd Younglcm 'fx EIGHTH GRADE Jf Q rv- vs. lift Us Nw fa' 'Qs-if 45 ? I cts W7 11 :Oh -A fs P31581- fi fgys WIN ,A- Q I 153 . . I lf f" , " fo av- ty 1 J 1 fy, 0 K ,, - .n we 3 . .ii I Y ., X lx I 1 A 4 ' .X A ' -Q1-,el 'f X A 7 ll ' I 1 dh, 2" 1' Qifxlllil H AJ' a """ fl 41' l Q I r Y - , .' 'f ' - W A I 1 1 ., - . M ' 1 Y .S fax' ' ' wk W4 ,x M l L V sn ll! . A , ,, ,. , A ,- 1, , ,, A ' ' 'J - ,a ' . y l lf I A7 ff Q:-1 ' ' ' n P A 1 - 1 W , 1 V - 3, -49 A l ' 'V ' . Rav, . 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F, "1 :Cy "f'f1l5C:, Ildy o :fa El13:c1 TlCIIf.IIil, Marilyn G3 !l1., LQVQ: H I 7, and Hu 'I' M 'll Tn. .zev-r:TP1 '11 Cl, l ck1:g forv.'.,rzl 1 .I .11 :-.t y.- r Ellei Iu:1dr-S,:1cr h Schcj, and Q5p1..g if ll , H : mc , "f1 l. Ter .31 1 Iames Ankrom Blll Arnold George Ashton Sandra Axhne Sherman Axlme Iune Badgley Roger Baldmger Glen Barnard Larry Barnes Donna Baughman Mlchael Denear Iudy Boone Bonnne Boyer Charles Brady Sandra Brlcker Dlck Brxsby Frank Brown Don Burch Iamce Carr Cheryl Carroll Iudy Carter Larry Cass Pai Casieel Edward Castner Larry Cavender Bxll Chew Mary Lou Church Pat Clallnn lames Clappe Carole Clark Davxd Coe Iames Coleman Larry Combs Carol Congrove Karen Conner SEVTNTH Q0 Uv ia fv- f I A 'u GRADE fx I? 1' A at ,Q P--q fin wwf fv- 5 11.55 I A 'K vo 83' n 5 ff if F' .,. ..f , ' ' Q A W 7 'N 1 L " ' Af, I' ' l ' r .. AQ .. - ' A , 3m 'if' . - " V, fx RQ' f. V ,V I ' jd, ' ' l .J ,315 17' I ,tg N' A ' U l We . 4 f I th f fr I ,nf rv fr , 1 A , 5 ,' 47' N , I sl . 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Charles Graham Eleanor Greathouse Robert Green Barbara rlaas Alton Hackworth Davrd Hahn Iohn Haylett Susan Head Ioe Heckerman Tom Herhold Iames Herholz Celra Hrggrns Charles Hrggrns Roland Hrll Lavon Hzller ludy Hmkle Mary Ann Hrtes Barbara Hogue Marvm Hoover Saundrcr Hoover Tom Hopkms Marsha Horton Carlon Howmgton Onre Lee Hughes George Hunt Dorothy lenewem Barbara Keehl Anna Mane Keener Paul Kelso Albert Kendall Rose Mary Kerr Iames Kmg Lors King Carol Kay Klexber SEVENTH GRADE JI fl If If af.-Q ,fv- 'W C7 rf! ,Alf i W7 1' f 'Q f I I f nA JPG 41 In 'A or 1.7 ffl t 'V Q 1" +- E- , M rf w of-rf Y 4 Ill- ,, K , -at Y " . 39 .1 -"DQ , Q ' K. .. f 1' s r ' 9 rfb?" X ,xl l or Ali 3, V 'V v. ,- " j ' .4 ls' -A I A , 'A V e 'M XJ ' y 5 A E9 . ,lv Il 1' f. , 6 f- E o as' ia' in " i ",f. ,' 3' , A 1.8 . . J i I A v W , l 'f' , 1 N , r. K -I ' 1,1 4' t l ' i 5 V pf' . f , A r xl ' ' :I ,I ,I ' - . J, r- A ,ass 'I 'V 1? . Ianet Hoover K V t 1 . . ,, X 1 fel N X l . ff 5 ,QPJLWG I fo ,: fl- ,, Y., Jg- , ,, 'I' Os. li y A W J .sl , - 0 "5 0 . 1 f K' r ,Q a u 4 I A ' ,. 4 lrr 1: '- - .. r T 'Y ' , . ,f , '1 4 -I-V-2 I I , l . 4 rl lf! M . , fl, f :E EL 't' ' A ' K1 .-" j A ,F , " " N I o. I 1 r N '37 S 4 . A QB L IV A . QQ. 'V Q." , I ' fl". E . ' h . s '.,, A J 1 V ' , E Marie Kovacili Peggy Kurtz Billy Lakins Donald Lamison Harold Lexth Llnda Lesho Dean Lmard Wrllram Lutes Lmda Maag Rxchard Machmer Lawrence Malmalc lohn Mann Helen Mathews Davrd McCartney lames MCD1V1ll Sandra McKn1ght Dwame Mrller Teresa Mrller Geraldme Mllls Iames Malls Annette Morgan Ellzabeth Morgan Sandra Morgan Gerald Morrow Ruby Mullrns Lmda Murdock Dorothy Myers Kenneth Myers Ralph Myers Thomas Myers Ierald Nahax Nancy Neale Russell Nelson Carl Norman ludy Ohlnch SEVENTH GRADE G 369 and Mo I J lf' ,Q-5 'UT Off? E97 I' I 2' ti 4-N 1- 1? R -t q-vw ,.., an ,fmt Rhea Osborne Theresa Pagna lames Parker Ianet Parker Patrrcma Penotte Margaret Peterson Cheryl Petraxtxs Iaquelxne Pexrce lanet Pope Thomas Pope Ronald Prltchard T1mothy Probst Emxly Rader Adm Paul Reagan Frauen, Reagan ludlth Rettew Mary Ellen Rxchter George Rlcks Patrlcxa R1ddel Gene Rxtter Nancy Roberts Fanry Bell Robblns Iamce Robbms Iohn Roman Damel Roth Robert Sanko Stanley Saunders Robert Schnelder Carl Schuckert Dons Sees Ann Senn lames Slsler B111 Slade Bonme lean Slawter Sandra Slxfe w-..., 'J i' SEVENTH GRADE 4 nga 3 1 J'-s 41:1 l Aa 'N if " ofa ,ff 4? tflf KQV! -MHP fb lil' YP S E 1 , y " xfrw' f 4 :E ' . I ,I 4 V TV f . E Pt I M I ,x , A El -5 . , E , - 3 ' , est' fr E 3" ..a ' , A . rg v r ,NJ QQ ' ' 2 c 'I -S 4 Q 8 , , ' 1 1, Y Q 3 it -N g - , -rt N " " sh 'A I N 'b . i -3 I -l f ' ' k N.: E Q V' K J ll . .J x I P P.-4 f'+n f if - - E A-' 'L fi' 6 -f Q - ,i A t 4 p Q, A 'I lr, fi ' NN ml! V f E' Q 0 F '-Q r Hx ' ' V M ' A V lx ' ' I 'J fb, , ' 'y P . f J K Y f V y ' . ' , I' lf S ,A E f I f . is N . 'I V 1 AES. ' fy . ,r, , af ' P '49 fi 77' , ' " f, , Q 'M . , ' ' I 1" ' . Z ' 1' E , ' I 1 6 U ',, a. N fb I '5 A , 3' 1 " 'A - , A,- . , . .. Q 4-Jr V I V N 1 , J! Dorothy Smarz Lawrence Smxth Lora Srrnth Larry Snyder Mxchael Spxnos Sandra Stew ns Kay Stevenson Norman Stewart Iohn Stock Beverly Sutherland Lmcta Sutton Dolly Swartz lanxce Teelmg Iudmth Thursby Gall Txpton Robert Tobraa Iames Trxtt Barbara Trommer Fred Lschantz Ethel Tucker Marcella Twymun Carol Unger Dan Varner Brenda Wallace Donna Wheeler loyce Whxtmer Herman Wiley Nancy Wxlson Ianet Wrlson Leroy W11so1 Karen Wrtner Francrs Wnght Thomas Yenglxng Davrd Yerkey Frances Zearloss 1 7 f'V1 SEVTNIH 01 vw 4: 'Q 'T 'is Ns :FS q-4 an Ill. X GRADE in T? H lit ll I I if '79 v-xl 3 nj? '5- Q71 ral' 'ff I . ,' ' , I 4 , '- Q . 5 " L 9 K, r 11771: 1.3 X fs if - V '3 . , , 1 xv My f .1 KK ,jr f ' I -11 I I .S - 39' Q QR? A 'fr W ,, K . 1 . iff? 4 . . or , t f , ' . Q 2 ' -1 ' ' Ai ' '93 .Qi L ' - ' , 4-Q, I :lf f A ix ' ' 2. . . " Q, by is S : K' " p - rn '- yr - 1 I Q 'SLS I . Q X 1, Q . 1 ' f , ', nf ' I x X , fs yt :tx Ax ua- 4' :L 'ii W El V E S X K f v x , 'A .4 , I V '. 3' . -L V, .Cyn . t K X . S3 A I ' . . . ,, 1? n Av 43 S 16: V f 0 M I , . . A I M. L . V X 0 Xxx ,, " ' f : -', . 3? ' 4, f Xx " y ' A 'z V 1 W 1 - ,iwzk ' 2 ,t 'Hr , Q' Q KL: - S 14 t I :fl T 5 7' V Tenth Grade Arthur Clappe Carol Evans Tom Harless Bob Kennedy Helen Robmson hm Schaffer Iohn Thomas Inm Thornton Phylxs Trout Shxrley Walker N OT PICTURED Nmth Grade Bob Melson Elghth Grade Ronald Hafer Wxlham Kays Donald Neal Carne Werner Seventh Grade Ronald Doll Lawrence Hall Patncxa Payhe Ronald Sxers Donald Wxse Davrd Carter BOYHOOD AND GIRIHOOD AWARD Larry Beam Anxta Buch: Harold King William Toney gg?-Tir L' x DRAMA TICS CLUB President Vice President Secretary ,, Treasurer Advisor . Barbara Bishop Ray Fretz Dolores Lilley Dale Province . Mrs. Wilson President Vice President Secretory , Treasurer . Advisor , Lou Anne Wcillick , Ioyce Michaels Icxnet Vcmiccr Pat Brittcin . Mrs. Mortei SENIOR Y- TEEN 5 5, is - gg 41 47 J .2 , 8 , E, 3 Q Q 5 . 15 i, E31 wi . g my i r , 1, ,, 51 I vi, E 4 Q President Vice President Secretary , Treasurer , , Advisor ,, LATIN CLUB 'P X , Dick Iones Colleen Iones ,, Walter Rice Dave Bonnor ., .,,,... Mrs. Bell JUNIOR DRAMA TICS X President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisor v x ART CLUB A ,if 55.7 - Q ,' ' --:lee 2:51-f - - , N f Marjorie Lutes Alice Kenepp Barbara Queen , ,,Martha Hyre Miss Parshall President , Vice President Secretary , ., Treasurer ,.,,. Advisor ., ., G.A.A Barbara Bishop ,Icmice Robinson , ..i,, Pct Fcrsnucht Doris Iecm Boker , ,.....,,,,,, Miss Spchr 1 iii- ! f as 2 i 2 5 .,i . 1 4 , if' President ,,,,A,,, Vice President Secretary .,...., Trecxsurer ..,.,,, Advisors ...... bi N-ci President .,,,,,, Vice President Secretary ,.,,,, Treasurer .,,. Advisors .,,,,, .IUNIGR Y-TEEN ., Kay Fcrsig . A ,, ,, ,, ,, Nancy Cottle ,, Mcxricrn Longstreth ,..,..,,Miss Grcxndstcxfi and Mrs, Donnelly 7TH 8 BTH GRADE Y-TEEN President Vice President Secretary , , Treasurer . Advisor , ,, Lucienda Cable Miriam Feeman Lynn Myers Sally Cunningham ,, ,,,,,,, Miss Marr Presldent VICS President Secretory Treasurer . Chcplcnn , AdVlSOF Ilrn Underwood ,, Fred Butcher Inn Sauer Tom Cannon ,Kenny Henkel Mr. Smetts VARSITY "E President Vice Presiden! Secretory A Treasurer Advisor ,, Y FORSENIC CLUB luck Hathaway Iim Nichols Ie-cm Conti Vicki Pcrpcxiocm rs E11 , ,NM et NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY President ,. ,, loonne Brewer Vice President Fred Butcher Secretory ,. ..,, ,, ,,,,,, Bobbie Pecrhcc Treasurer . ,,.r,,, Colleen Iones Advisor ,, ,,,,, Mrs. Wilson President Vlce Pres Secretory Treasurer Advisor CHX LLER ,Z GERMAN CLUB Ixrn Sauer Drck Hollomon Rose Mxller Don Hidenour . Mr. Sanger ,A-4" PHO TOGRAPHY CLUB Presidenl Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisor , -I - 1 fume -,-,Z -2' Don Williams ,, Colleen Iones , Ray Scovern Shirley Williams ,, , Mr. Smells GAL 1' f I ' fr L H , I- :...-1 -V 74 ,, ' 4 ff- Lf -- i ' ' ' if rg xi, '35 . -- . .-. 74,1 x Q g ii- Ei? ii'-Ffizzi . 'E , ,. 2 -e " 25512: 1 ' 5 , - I ig: . g i::.:::5 jg ' ' 5 Lfffffii . 1 5 E.55f f - - E:-5:7 - 5 ESX 5255? . PF-?'g:A 3 f.. ' V, 1 522: I - 577 2 .--Eigfg, 1: ..., as -- r , g f' f ""'::2f " Y ' --4-, -,X ,x ,Aw- K x EHETIAN EDITDRS W6 17 WY' K M0711 O dqor e Dlck Iones Plciure Edxior Y er xceuxo! Q e germ mms 96' 5 fn lgdfe' dl STAFF Iecmne Kauffman H Conv Specxal Page Edxtor OQO R edn iayxot 8 U Cxog MOI, ago' i li Steve Gaht Ar! Edxtor Ed Carter dei Cl b Ed 1 S Wm Uv I u 1 or pon' weene Seam!! tduor aj ik.. I Q ' . . ! e , ausbl X as fb F25 . "T, X 1- Aff? 52741, ff ' ' ,A , . W? 1 A D ,NQOQ . iffy . 6310 . E E y ELLETIAN Vo 3 AKRON OHIO THURSDAY FEERUAR Y I2 53 No 5 H1 Y Elects New 0ll1cers hers 1' 1 1 unan111111us1y r elorted th 1r111t111 s xff uf 11f1'111r-1 becaus1 11f h1 111111 1 1 11.1 111 1111111 1111111 111111 111 e 11111111 1lur1n1,, thx past -.1 lYlP5tLY' l' lol' 111n 111' the 11H11f.rs 111 1s helu 111 11 t111 regu xr l 1X n11v 1n h1 I-ast Akron XW1 Mrndtx n1 ht llnuarv Il J1111 I ndf rn nod wlll preslde over the rlnn for another town as pnasl dent 111th Fred H frher ass1st1ng 111 y11'1 pr1s1d1-'nt take rare of the ell J1n1 Sam s 1s ser! Henk1l does a fing H1 X has done 1n the productlon ml! dexotmnal pl P A system Th1 ' lecterl clothes fo Germany Thi partles dancer semblles TW ln the H1 wh1ch the The 1' df tlvxtles take part 1, 'flnvx If X Teachers mg of the gh School ruary Z6 an v11l N11 for he a the be lenls omccrs as leaue H1 Y wlll be lobkmg, another suctessful term , W1 h 20 years or more 'NYS at the helm and MY e w1ll be honored They SNP'-fs HS their VCU' IS Stella W1lson, Mxss Ne adv1sor Grandstatf Mms Margaret present Elghth Annual Photo Contest In Progress 1 '1 x1 11x1 1 on x1111 lu I x11111n.1 V up 11 -Mx 1rls 1 S1h1 1 n xx 111 '11 l tu 0 11 1 1 11111 s1mp v p br nrr- -Xprll The p11rp11s1 To tnr11u11 l1xel1er 1ppre11 can xx y of c"1n ene 11111 h s Commumtx erVoort Mr Leonard Snyder Also 4-hlng honored that mght 1s our u 91 a 'tl K G x :st PTA pres1 YM-1ll1ck Play In Fest Fllet Hlgh Schoo h'1x1 been pxactlci the pls! few weel for 11111 All C11y Yes The mncert whl Semor Students Become event 1x1ll be heh arx 111 atilpm Q School 1s1 1 F 1111 111 f1nt u l1 s ly,-1111 11r1 g 1111 11 R 1h 1r1l R11 ls X xrrh Sousa V1 th r11111pand to lxst years sh11u'd rt 1llx make lt zz good IHL 'lfhmhere 11' the Department Muur I-dun-at1on prepare these converts wxlth the smcere that I P ents new and C0111 1 1 mg ther she axze w11l soon nn they arnve strurrent 11" Sed bk tvxo xns Th x we-ed: of K 1ul"1 ne-n 31' .mud d1rt1 fenter 111' l,1y1hng1 low l111l1ln1- md de 1nstru1n1nts Janu 1rx Rand Boosters meotmg Kurtz our Rmd Boom evpressed tle feelmg o s and parents when Ylirlll QV' lr ia.,-. ln hxgh school Teachers For A Day l h'1te sr'l'111ol Th txt:-ment xxas ox:-rhe-'1r1l a11orxIl1slruer1f41nx1 xx st1l1l111t 11 the nndvrn ax 1 1111 1111 1111- mher 'und mm 111 nts 111 nxt Q 11r 11 1ly 111-111x 11 1 t1 111s 1 thxt t 1x 111 1 1x s sch1111 11 tr-11-her 1r1 1r 1 tx11l111 s 1111 1n1er e 111n1r11. 1111 ers and r renllx thex yx1r1 1,1xr11tl11 11'1ywr1111"1tx t11x11vx th1 vx11rld 11' l1l1rkno'1r1is a 11 1 as 1 1 rvher 1e nf the dfs Fl N x 1 pcnsfvred by the Dc-ltx lxxppx Cnm'r1a sor0r1ty of Ahmn lnxw-rslty vxno arranged wxth the grade schools m the Ak ron area for Senmr students m terestzd n tem-hlng to obstrve and vmt thc- classrooms There are many reqmrements for a good teacher All teachers must have a b'xs1c understandxng ol and a true 1nte est 1n students and then' problems They must have a good shoulder for others prob em-1 They must always be ready and v11ll1ng tn l1sten and tu gwe good whole-snn1e advxce There are many mterestlng ex perlences 1n a teachers lxfe and he qu1te oltz-n has cormeal ones A5 vxn told by a :cond grade l x as recen puplle to grow up mo and w ou west' and m a saddle A confronted Do only the student frogs crolked of such day no age group mterested 1n 'number of 1 that he may e may teach twellth grade or chemtstry he 1s mterested A nu'1i naked to 11 h11 xx 1111 1 h 11.1 r 11 r fx 1 nn an pxofe s111x the 1 1 lonkml 1,1101 11 pr11l11hly do 1 at 'thu Lxuntz -1lxxay l1ke1l srh1111l xx ns thought that ld l1ke r1n1e tra:-n r l :au th e 1 11t11 11 111 and -M1115 1 11 ur 1 uses 1 1 nan yx1 he a l Y' ' 11111 l' 11 1 st p 1111 11 n 111 1 sf ond h'1ndsc11111 sum 11.11 mer1l'1511 e fine .xv1.1r1ls mor 'xxx 1rd of nd 1811 111111111 lt 1erta1 or you '11 to enter 11: on the bxck our name 1-ess and ou then l Hxgh my of 14 l'I1nne re of course a fexx s1m to "f11lnv1 Read them care nd then send your entry 1n. rules ar as follows 1b1l11y A regularly enrallvd tu'len1 of any pubhc, pnxatc or Lhrfnuzh '1.x1- 1n the Unltcd ,1 entcred rrxust be hou any profs-1. 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Mr. Snyder President , Vice President Secretary , , Treasurer , Advisor Alice Keriepp Malcolm Rush Icmice Robinson Iucnitci Mcrsholl , .. ,,,. ,, Mrs, Smith JUNIOR RED CROSS 3 L 2: 3? : al f , F, z El Y l f. 2 1 LA ANNGUNCERS President Vice President Secretory Tre-crsiirer Advissr , Xu,f Don Williams lock Holcomb , Roy Scovern Morris Tipton Mr, Vincent PROJECTION CLUB v ' i if f ' ,., -...WM-....--i L s Ill ll :"' K7 53 Sf ""' 'E . .. --......l-:W ..- HALL GUARDS l P- If75,2LfQ4 H "S 20211, 4 -:HZ-9, , 3 ww. -- we-.1 AEE? 5554 QKLL 41 ,kf , Sw 5 XA-4 N'-.....-ff :Kali .XM , ff.. 5 Aw QP, 5. ,ai -P fk Q. 8' ,Y- W n f Y Wy' f is F' THANKS SERVICE GROUPS ' thelr ou d the Cla hes ta th1s opp tunlty to thank these students or maklng thls our las ear ELLET HIGH SCHOOL a more pleasant one I o OR ' fine job tsi e ir required school work, the Senior ss wis to ke ' or- ' f ' ' , t y at ll :za .J 337 --- "- ing gg' U 200 I CI' U55 'll ' l'l If I il 15" :sl gg. 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I ,.',, 4-4 ' All COUNTY Y-TEEN KING SWEETHEART COUR MAY COURT 4. I 'x .l junior Rotarian Boys' State Rep, GAA, Award City lr. Red Cross Town Meeting Vice President Mursic Award Beacon lournal Reporter Art Award Peoples Heepltal TE Board All-County H1-Y President Peoples Hospital Teen Age Board M iw I 1 3,55 L5 : 'Qs ,J 'sf it .. LA 75' ""'I film' Si. XXL SKS 54 SH 'fl' if 4 f 3 M XX TX X x T! fl' in 'H ... it-A 29-' ..1--.1 .ki qs- .J',' .4 -mrhlffli IZ li' and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mrs Helen I cmd Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Dewey Barron Wm H Beal Harry Bell Ir I F Bender Brshop G D Bonner Douglas M Bonney Henry Butcher Earl T Cannon Mark Carruthers C I Carter W E Corben K Dedzms Ioseph Deutsch Iames Doan Iohn Donnelly B M Ellet Charles Emery SPONSORS Mr and Mrs H L Kendrxck Mxss Ladonna Koledm Mxss Iune Launtz and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs M. I Linton A H Lute Robert May W1ll1am A Mooney B B Nxcholson Mxss lane Parshall and Mrs Peter Pearhac and Mrs Kenneth Prxtt and Mrs V B Proctor and Mrs Pete Rozxnskl and Mrs. V1ncent Scovern and Mrs W W Slgler and Mrs Ralph Showalter and Mrs Rlchard Smetts Rev and Mrs Harold H Etlmg Dewey Fasnacht Ir Mr and Mrs D P Fasnacht Mrs Dorothy Smlth Mrs Ellzabeth W Sm1th and Mrs H M. Snyder and Mrs L F Snyder Mr and Mrs Lewls Gallt Mrss Nenta Grandstaft and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mrs Alxce R Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Thomas M Greenaway W E Gnftm Charles Hammett Wm Hammrtt Kenneth Harper Ias Guy Hudkms Ira F Iones Vaughn Iones W A Iones Kauffman E F Keelnng C H Kllgore Mrs P Dackerman Klng and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Homer C WalterH Steet Sr R F Swartzmen C B Sweeney F E. Sypherd Raymond Tanner I A Tnche Underwood Mxss Margaret Vander Voort and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mr and Mrs Iohn Velleca R. O Vlgus C H V1ncent Hasler Walllck S L Whrtmer Don Wxlllams Ray Wxlson Mr. . . . ' ' Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . Mr. . Mr. . . Mr. . ' ' . Mr. . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . ' Mr. . Mr. . Mr. . . ' Mr. . ' ' Mr. . Mr. ' Mr. - Mr. . . . ' Mr. . Mr, , I - Mr. . . - - - - Mr. . . . - - ' ' Mr. . . . . Mr- - - Mr. . . . Mr. . . . ' ' Mr. I ' MI- - Mr. . MI- - - ' Mr. . . . ' Mr. . Mr. I Mr. . . ' ' Mr. . . Mr. u MY' - Mr. . . ' Mr. . . . Mr. . . . ' - ' - Mr. . ' . ...' Mr. I ' ' K NA ,V .,, , , f fe? I f OOTBAU E VIE W The Orangemen's 1952 season provided many thrills and a few heartbreaks for the Ellet fans. They won six games, lost two, and tied one. Ellet scored. 208 points while holding their opponents to 45 points. Fred Butcher, Floyd Keathley, Dale Province, Floyd Sypherd, and Don Williams gained positions on the "All-Metro" team. Province was also named to the "All-City" and "All-District" teams. .3 .....-ii. lg: 1' ,gp w . Elle! 0 - Kenmore 8 September 5, 1952 The Orangemen made their first appearance of the season in the Greater Akron Preview against the Kenmore Cardinals. Kenmore scored in the first two minutes of the twelve-minute game. Ellet failed to move the ball into Cardinal territory, and they came home on the short end of a 5 - 0 score. Ellet 0 - Timken 26 September 13, 1952 Ellet traveled to Canton to play Canton Timken under the lights. The high flying Timken team scored two touchdowns in the first quarter and one in each of the second and third, and kicked two extra points to account for their 26 points. Ellet's only threat of scoring came in the last few minutes of the game when they moved the ball down to the Timken 18- yard line. Ellet 34 - Norton 0 September 20, 1952 After showing little offense or defense in their first start, the Orangemen came roaring back to down Norton 34 - 0 in their first Metro League game. In the second quarter, Ellet started to move. Don Williams threw touchdown passes to Chick Oldham and Luke Lamb to give Ellet a l3 - 0 half-time lead. Floyd Sypherd and Floyd Keathley scored one T.D. each in the third quarter. A Williams to Oldham pass scored Ellet's final touchdown in the fourth quarter. Keathley kicked three extra points, and Williams booted one. 'gf' K up 7' A .' , X. RF' JD A Y on I Ellet 0 Spnngheld 0 September 28 1952 Ellet rnvacled Sprmgheld Stadrum to play a ntght game wxth thelr arch r1vals the Sprtngfxeld Spartans After four th 1ll1ng quarters the game ended tn re Both teams threatened to score once rn the game but fumbles stopped therr drrves Early rn the second quarter he Spartans moved down to Ellets two yard lme and furrbled Moe Tlpton recovered for the Orange ln the thtrd quarter Floyd Keathley moved mto the End Zone for the Orangemen but fumbled Ellet 34 Kent State 0 October 4 1952 Ellet chalked up thexr second Metro League wrn by rollmg over Kent State l-hgh 34 U The game was played at Kent State under the lights Floyd Keathley scored Ellets hrst TD and a Don Wlllrams to Chrck Oldham pass scored the second rn the flrst quarter The Orangemen scored two more touchdowns rn the second quarter Fred Butcher scored one and Ray Fretz caught a Wrlhams pass for the other Fred Butcher closed out the scorlng rn the thxrd quarter when he scored Ellets fttth touchdown Keath ley booted tour extra polnts Ellet 13 St Marys 12 October 10 1952 Ellet moved 1nto St Marys Stadtum to play a mght game w1th the Crusaders and came out wlth a 13 12 upset vxctory over the Samts Moe Txpton set up Lllets hrst score when he re covered a Crusaders fumble on thelr 15 yard lme Floyd Keathley moved mto the end zone for the touchdown rn the urst quarter The Satnts txed 1t up w1th a touchdown rn the same quarter and moved ahead l2 6 wrth a touchdown m the thtrd Don Wxlltams scored a touchdown to t1e the score ln the thxrd quarter and Kea hley klcked the extra pomt to gxve Lllet a 13 12 wm Ellet 38 Coventry 0 October 17 1952 The Btg Orange made xt three stra1ght wxns by scortng cz 3:1 O vlctory over the Coventry Comets at Coventry Stadrum tr' a nrght game Fred Butcher Floyd Keathley and Moe Ttpton scored srx potnters lor the Orangemen rn the ttrst quarter to get Ellet otl to a fast start ln the tht d quarter Don Wtlllams hlt the scorlng column WlI"t a touchdown and Keathley scored hls second one IH the same quarter Hay Fretz hlt pay dirt wxth a T D ln the lourth quarter Keathley lclclced two extra poxnts 'fer ,4 'hlbl ,Q .Iv 14 K3 JI if I - by . fag ct' N. . 4. 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X P, ' 4 ' . ,. f X " JY Ellet 43 North Canton 0 October 24 1952 Ellet V1S1tEd Hoover Stad1um to be the guests of the North Canton Vxktngs under the llghts When the gun went oft to end the game Ellet had a 43 0 Vlctory Floyd Keathley scored two touchdowns and Don W1ll1GmS one 1n the hrst quarter Keathley scored an other touchdown ln the second quarter Henry Huth scored Ellets only TD tn the thlrd quarter ln the fourth quarter Keathley scored one touchdown and tossed a pass to Gregg Powers for another Powers scored one extra pomt on a pass from W1ll1ams Ellet 40 Stow 0 The Orangemen made 1t a happy Homecommg by dropplng the Stow Bulldogs 40 U at Old Forge Fleld A Don Wtlhams to Luke Lamb touchdown pass opened up the SCOFIHQ In the ftrst quarter In the second quarter Floyd Keathley ran mto the end zone to g1ve Ellet stx more polnts A few minutes later an other pass from Wtlltams to Lamb gave Ellet a touchdown Keathley scored another touchdown 1n the thlrd quarter and he and Ray Fretz scored two 1n the f1nal quarter Keathley ktcked four extra potnts Ellet 6 Tallmadge 7 November 7 1952 For the r last game of the season Ellet moved 1nto Metro Champtonshlp The Orange outplayed the Devrls throughout the game but they came out on the short end of a 7 6 score Ellet scored 1n the second quarter on a ftve yard run hy Floyd Keathley ln the fourth quarter a pass from Wtnters to Hatfleld t1ed the score at six all Wmters then booted the extra polnt to g1ve Tallmadge the w1n and the charnptonshlp 4 . fg . . . . ' i s 3 ' ,i I A . 24' 2 Tallmadge Stadium' to play the Blue Devils for the ,i , ' ' 2 7 ' - - F. 4 . X 5 , 4 ' '94 ' sr V47 'F y xi 315 blgbfbgh VARSITY COACHES T3 9 'TEk?9 ' I 71 f FRESHMA Q S N "X Ellet, playing one of the toughest schedules in the state, had thirteen wins and seven defeats, Three of these victories came in tournament play and enabled them to take District Championship of the 1952-53 season. Ellet 53 - Garfield 69 Ellet opened its season by moving into the Garfield gym to play the powerful Garfield Presidents, Garfield jumped out to a 22 to 6 lead at the end of the first quarter. This proved too big a deficit for the Orange- men to recover from, as Garfield hung up a 69 to 53 victory, Dean Kilgore was high for the Orangemen with 16 points. Ellet 63 - Coventry 49 Ellet played host to the Coventry Comets in their first home game of the season and came out with a 63 to 49 victory. Ellet started slowly and were trailing at the end of the first quarter, 16 to 13. Ellet tied-up in the second quarter, 24 to 24 and moved ahead 40 to 37 in the third. ln the final period, Ellet netted 23 points to the Comet's 12 to win the game, 63 to 49. Dean Kilgore was the big-gun in the Orangemen's attack with 21 points. Ellet 61 - Buchtel 59 Ellet made it two in a row by downing the Buchtel Griffs, 61 to 59 in Ellet's home, gym. The game was close all the way with Ellet having the lead most of the game. The Orangemen took a 16 to 14 lead at the end of the first quarter. They increased this lead to 34-31 at the close of the first half. Ellet added 18 points to their score in the third period and went into the final quarter, 52 to 47. In the fourth quarter, Buchtel almost pulled the game out of the fire with a last minute rally, however, Ellet was able to edge them out 61 to 59. Dick Rife was Ellet's leading scorer with 18 points. Ellet 64 - Alumni 70 The Ellet Varsity gave the "Old Timers" of Ellet a hard played game before going down to defeat, 70 to 64. After a 17 to 17 first quarter tie, Varsity moved into a 39 to 30 lead at half-time, The Alumni came back to take a 52 to 49 lead in the third period and went on to win the game, 70 to 64. Dean Kilgore, of the Varsity, was the leading point maker with 17 points. Leroy Thompson's 15 points were high for the Alumni. ASKETBAH E VIE W Ellet 52 - Farrell. Pa. 62 Ellet traveled to Farrell, Pennsylvania, to play last year's Pennsylvania State Champions, the "Farrell Steelers." Although they played one of their best games of the season, they came home on the short end of a 62- 52 game. Farrell jumped off to an early 7 to 2 lead. Ellet closed the scoring gap and tied up the game at the end of the first quarter, 15 to 15. Farrell took a 31 to 25 half-time lead and a 45 to 40 third-quarter lead. ln the final quarter, Ellet rallied to move within two points of Farrell. However, a scoring outburst gave Farrell a 62 to 52 victory over the Orangemen. E1let's leading scorer was Dean Kilgore with 17 points. v Ellet 63 - Steubenville 64 El1et's next game was played at Steubenville against the Steubenville Redmen. Ellet blew a 13- point lead in the final quarter to take a 64 to 63 de- feat, The Orangemen started fast and built up a 16 to 13 first period lead. ln the second quarter they scored 22 points while holding the Redmen to 12 points. As they left the floor at half time, the Orangemen had a 38 to 25 lead, Ellet kept the lead during the third period and moved into the last quarter with a 55 to 38 lead. Almost everything the Orangemen did in the last quarter seemed to be wrong, for the Fledmen were able to catch up and go ahead of them to win. Chick O1dham's 15 points led the Orangemen's attack. Ellet 52 - Hower 61 The 1-lower Buccaneers handed Ellet their fourth straight setback, 61 to 52, in Ellet gym. 1-lower jumped off to a commanding 20 to 7 first quarter lead and were never headed in the game. At half time the Buccaneers had a 32 to 14 lead. ln the third quarter it was still all Hower, although Ellet outscored them 17 to 15. Hower held a 47 to 31 lead going into the last quarter. Ellet put on a 'last period rally that fell short as they went down to a 61 to 52 defeat. Dean Kilgore with 14 points was high for Ellet. Ellet 53 - Springfield 51 A "never say die" Ellet team wiped out a 19-point half-time deficit to edge out the Springfield Spartans 53 to 51 in the Springfield gym. The whole first half was all Springfield as they racked up a 37 to 18 half- time lead. ln the third quarter Ellet closed the scoring gap to 44 to 31 in favor of the Spartans, and went on to rally in the final period to a 53 to 51 victory. Dean Kilgore made 14 points before he fouled out early in the fourth period to give him high point honors for Ellet. Continued DISTRICT CHAMPS BASKETBAU. TEAM BASKETBALL SCHEDULE VARSITY STATISTICS 'Not complete statistics Complete scoring OPPONENTS ELLET Name Garfield 69 ,..,..,,,......,. 53 Kilgore Coventry 49 e,.,.e.,,,.....,,, 63 Powers Buchtel 59 e.,,.Yv..,w..ww,e 61 Oldham Alumni 70 ,ww..., .w..l... 6 3 . Farrell 62 ..,,.,.,. ..,,.ee, 5 2 Bde Steubenville 64 ..e..........e.eee 63 h?19f 1-lower 61 ,,e,ee, eee..e 5 2 Wllhflms Springfield 51 ,..eiee ..,..eY 5 3 Cannon Kenmore 51 ,,,ee,. ,e..e,, 5 6 King NOI'tl'1 64 ,,.... .,,i,,, 6 5 E Rue West 53 ..,.Yi,e,.e,,... 69 H' k 1 East 66 ...e,,,,eeeeeee 67 en e Cuyahoga Falls 51 ,,e.ie,. e,,i . 38 Rush Tallmadge 49 e,....,,..i,..ee 66 Holcomb Central 57 ...ee ee..e.e 5 0 Sauer SOLlIl'1 .,.., ,,,,,,, 8 6 Hummel Springfield 62 ..eee e,iie 6 9 East 57 ee.., ,i..ie, 5 9 South 43 ,,,.,, ,V,,Y, 5 3 Cuyahoga Falls 40 .. . 43 St. Ignatius 60 e.ee. ....., 5 8 'FM 'FZ Av. 45 69 2 14.90 9.65 9.60 8.85 4.25 4.30 3.40 1.60 1.20 .45 .10 .10 RESERVE BASKETBAU. TEAM ELLET HIGH RESERVES OPPONENTS ELLET 32 48 Garfield ....E 5 ...,w.. , Coventry 39 ,,,,..,,A,,A.,,,,, 62 Buchtel 55 ,E., ,,,Y...,.., 4 6 Farrell .,,,,.........., Alumni eeeeeeeeee,,..... I-lower .ee. ,e..ee.l.ee Springfield ,,,,,,,, 58 41 53 60 36 47 67 66 Kenmore 47 eeee ee6,e6eee,6 6 2 North 65 . .r6.., .,oo 7 7 West 49 ,, .,tt E529 East 63. . ,,,,. , 71 Cuyahoga Falls 32 , ,,.s,, 43 Tallrrxadge 39 .rt,.s,, 64 Central 55 5. 35 South 49 ,, .. 54 Springfield 66 , . .......,5, 64 COACH ROSS :Q 5 FRESHMAN L ,Fifi .r""' 7-8 METRO CHAMPS g fi BASEBALL TEAM AQ 5 if 9 an 4 B jM'Za!"' OUN TY CHAMPS 9 f J Ellet 56 Kenmore 51 The Orangemen took on the Kenmore Cardlnals for thetr next game and came out w1th 56 to 51 vlctory at Ellets gym Ellet got off to another slow start and could rranage only a 12 to 12 f1rst quarter tte They dld a lxttle better 1n the second per1od as they moved 1nto a 30 27 lead ln the th1rd quarter Ellet outscored the Cards 16 to 8 and had a 46 35 advantage golng mto the last quarter Kenmore came back strong rn th1s quarter and out cored the Orange men 16 to 10 but Ellet was able to hang on to 1ts lead to wtn the game 56 to 51 Chuck Oldham netted 16 pomts to lead Ellet s attaclf Ellet 65 North 64 ln one of the most thrtll pa ked games of the year Ellet pulled an upset by drrppmg North 65 to 64 tn North s gym Ellet moved out Y a 13 to ll lead ln the ftrst per1od However they could not hold the lead and tra1led 31 to 28 at the half North mcreased th 1 lead 49 to 44 ln the th1rd quarter With a few secor' to play 1n the game Ellet moved out front 65 to 64 to w1n Dean Krlgores 16 pomts were h1gh for the O angemen Ellet 69 West 53 Fllet made xt four stratght v1ctor1es as they dropped the West Cowboys 69 to 53 The Orangemen got off to a good start w1th leads rn the ftrst and second quarters of 16 to 10 and 33 to 15 respectlvely Ellet kept pourlna 1t on 1n the th1rd quarter as they bullt up a 54 to 31 lead West scored 22 po1nts to Ellets 15 tn the last quarter but Ellets scorlng ID the f1rst three perxods was too much for the Cowboys to overcome Ellets well balanced attack was led by Dtck Rtfe w1th 13 pomts Ellet 67 East 66 F.llet contlnued the1r wmnmg streak by taking an over txme v1ctory over East 1-hgh 67 to 66 Ellet kept ahead through most of the game up unt1l the closmg mmutes of the fmal quarter when East txed 1t up 64 all Thus forced the game 1nto an over txme ln the overttme Ellet outscored East 3 pomts to 2 pomts and Ellet had a 67 to 66 vlctory Ellet had quarter leads of 17 to 14 32 to 29 50 to 46 and xt was 64 to 64 xn the f1na1 quarter Chxck Oldhams 17 pomts were h1gh for Ellet Ellet 38 Cuyahoga Falls 51 Ellet had 1ts vlctory strmg snapped as Cuyahoga Falls beat them 51 to 38 The Falls players very cleverly kept possesston of the ball and were ahead ll to 7 IH the ftrst quarter Ellet came back to take the lead at half tlme 22 to 20 Cuyahoga Falls went ahead 32 to 31 to stay IH the th1rd period In the fmal quarter Ellet could collect only 7 pomts whlle Falls scored 19 The hnal score was 51 to 38 ln favor of Falls Gregg Powers was Ellets leader w1th 13 pomts Ellet B6 Tallmadge 49 The Ellet Orangemen proved to be too much for Tallmadge as they scored an easy 66 to 49 vxctory lt was the Orangemen all the way as they jumped out to a 20 to 10 f1rst per1od lead At the end of the flrst half the Orangemen led 30 to 17 lt was Ellet 45 Tallmadge 30 when the th1rd quarter ended and Ellet went on to w1n 66 to 49 Drck Rtfe copped h1gh scorlng honors for the mght w1th 16 pomts Ellet 50 Central 57 Elle' dropped a 57 to 50 declston to the Central Wildcats rn th lr next game Lllet had a 17 t 13 advantage at the end of the ftrst pe-nod and a 28 to 26 half ttme lead lt was stlll a close game ln the thrrd quarter as Central took a 39 to 37 lead ln the fourth per1od however Central netted 16 pomts whrle holdmg Ellet to 13 to take the game 57 to 50 Don Wxllrarn Dean Kllgore and Chick Oldham shared the honors for Ellet w1th 10 pomts each Ellet 86 South 59 The Ellet Orangemen romped over the South Cava 11ers 86 to 59 ln the1r next game of the season ln the hrst quarter rt was a close game w1th Ellet gaxnmg a 19 to 15 lead A 26 pomt output by the Orangemen rn the second quarter gave Ellet a commandmg 45 to 27 lead at the end of the hrst half The Orangemen had the1r lowest scormg quarter IH the th1rd w1th 16 po1nts but had a 61 to 39 lead gomg mto the f1nal perlod Ellet couldnt be stopped tn thls quarter as they scored 25 pomts to take an easy 86 to 59 vlctory Dean Kllgore s 25 pomts were h1gh for the game Ellet 69 Spnngheld 62 Ellet and Sprmgfteld ended the1r regular season at the Ellet gym wlth Ellet tak1ng the contest 69 to 62 Spr1ngf1eld rolled up leads of 23 to 17 and 32 to 23 ln the fxrst two quarters The Orangemer moved out ln front 54 to 53 In the th1rd per1od Ellet scored 15 pomts to Sprrnghelds 9 The fmal score was Ellet 69 Sprlng neld 62 Dean Ktlgore was the games h1gh scorer w1th 21 pomts Ellet 59 East 57 ln the1r f1rst tournament game the Orangemen played the East Orlentcrls for the second trme m the 52 53 season and for the second txme they beat the Last team rn an overtlme Ellet pxcked up 13 pomts 1n the f1rst quarter to take a 13 to 7 lead The Orange men lncreased th tr lead to 28 to 19 as the f st quarter ended ln the th1rd per1od the scortng followed the same pattern w1th Ellet holdlng a 44 to 37 lead ln the fmal quarter the Ortentals rolled to he the score at 53 all to force the game mto an overtlme Ellet scored 6 pomt to Easts 4 mn the overtxme to wrn the game 59 to 57 Dean Kllgore led the scortng w1th 26 pomts Ellet 53 South 43 Ellets second tournament game was w1th the upset k1ds from the South slde the South H1gh Cavalters The Orangemen won the game 53 to 43 South got off to a 16 to 12 lead 1n the f1rst quarter but the Orange men hed 1t up ana went ahead 26 to 23 1n the th1rd quarter Ellet netted 19 pomts wh11e ho1d1ng South to 5 pomts IH the th1rd quarter to take a 45 to 28 lead Ellet scored only 8 pomts 1n the last quarter but they had made enough 1n the fxrst three pertods to glve them a 53 to 43 vtctory Dean Kxlgore agaxn was the game s h1gh scorer w1th 21 po1nts Ellet 43 Cuyahoga Falls 40 Ellet won 1lS ftrst Class A trophy by edgmg out Cuyahoga Falls 43 to 40 for the D1str1ct Champlon shtp It was Ellets f1fth stralght w1n The Orangemen had an ll to 10 f1rst per1od advantage but they tratled at half txme 22 to 19 The Falls kept the lead IH the th1rd quarter by a score of 31 to 30 In a fourth quarter rally Ellet won the game 43 to 40 Rellable Dean Kllgore was Ellets h1gh scorer w1th 17 pomts Ellet 58 St Ignahus 60 Ellet was dropped out of the runmng for the State Champronshlp as St lgnattus beat them 60 to 58 tn an overtrme Upset mlnded Ellet started off the rtght way by takmg an 18 to 12 hrst quarter lead They ln creased the lead tn the second per1od to 31 to 20 The Orangemen mamtarned the1r 11 polnt lead ln the thxrd per1od and led golng mto the last quarter 42 to 31 The St Ignatlus Wxldcats got hot ln the f1na1 quarter and fled the score 55 all at the end of regulatlon trme In the overttme the Wlldcats outscored the Orangemen 5 pomts to 3 to w1n the game 60 to 58 Dean Kllgore led the Ellet fxve w1th 16 pomts Dean Krlgore Ellets leadmg scorer w1th 299 for the season made second team AllC1ty flrst team All Tournament and honorable mentxon for All Ohro Gregg Powers made second team All Tournament and Chlck Oldham made th1rd team All Clty G - 4 . 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