Ellet High School - Elletian Yearbook (Akron, OH)

 - Class of 1955

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X, J K 'E' f CIDA, ln the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-five, the assignment was given to the Senior Class of Ellet High School to hereby draw up the following proclamation: We, the graduating class of the year of one thousand nine hundred and fifty-five, do hereby wish to put into writing the history of our class at Ellet lunior Senior High School. Within our school was an organization made up of representatives from each grade who helped organize the school activities, Student Council is made up of students and helps the pupils feel that they have a part in running the school. Chuck jones was president in the twelfth grade and vice president in the eleventh Others representing our class in this organization were Chuck Nutter, Pat Miller, Dorthajean Coleman, Dave Whitmer, Pat Linn, Shirley Grant, Dorothy Duff, Iuris Upatnieks, Howard Hamilton, and Ioyce Gordon. Working very hard in their freshman year in the Iunior Bed Cross were Maxine Riggs, Carolyn Hone, Shirley Grant, and Dave Whitmer. Carrying on with representation of our class in this service organization in the following year were Mary Lou Reschke, lim Coburn, Loraine Lewis and Chuck Nutter. Ion Galit, Iirn O'Neill, Ioyce Gordon and Barbara Marshall worked during their third year in high school to make this organization more successful. john Galit was vice president of the group in the tweltth grade and help- ing him from our class were jim Lutes, Ronnie Combs, Grace Hafler and Barbara Montgomery, At the end of our Sophomore year, we were proud owners of red and white class jackets and sweaters, As Iuniors we ordered our rings in the early spring and received them in tirrie to wear them to the Iunior- Senior Prom which was held at the Fairlawn Country Club. The senior banquet, which was held at the May- flower Hotel, was a big success. The theme of the prom when we were seniors was "Stairway to the Stars." It was held at Shady Hollow on May 27, l955, As seniors we chose Shirley Grant and Chuck Iones as Most Versatile. Most Popular were Nancy Arnold and Iim O'Neill, and Best Looking were Carolyn Hone and Iohn Cook Dave Whitmer and Loraine Lewis were voted as having the Best Personality We even had some witty people in our class. As the Wittiest the class chose Phyllis Trout and Brian jones. Best Dressed were Chris Vafiades and Al Evans. Ed Rite was voted Most Athletic and Linda Curtis, Most Feminine. The class picked Iuris Upatnieks and Iune Dellapa as Most Likely to Succeed. We had some very brilliant students in our class. Barbara Montgorriery, Ken Cordier, Iuris Upatnieks, Iune Dellapa, Dorothy Duff, Ioyce Farndon, Diana Craig, Mary Lou Reschke, Ioyce Gordon, Marjorie Kennedy, Barbara Marshall, and Karen Ricketts were elected to the National Honor Society. Sports are always a big thing in high school, and we do hereby think we deserve credit for the active part we played in them. lrf our freshman year jrlayrria on the freshman bag- ketball team were Chuck Nutter, bd Mathers, Al Evans, Aaron Lavender, lid Viable, hm Coburn, and Dave Whitmer. Cheering the team on to victory were the freshrr an cheerleaders Mary jane Stalnaker, Virginia Stevenson, Beverly Hoyer, and Dorthajean Coleman. ln the tenth grade, ljd Bite was our only representa- tive to the varsity basketball team, but in the eleventh grade we did' much better, Ld Mathers, Howard Harrirl- ton, Iirn Coburn and lid Rite dribbled flown the court. Making the baskets were Howard Hamilton, Dave Whitmer, Ed Hite, and lid Mather.: during the twelfth year. Ed Bite made the all-city liasketlrall learn in eleventh and twelfth rrrarlea. We had many active girls who played on the Y- Teen basketball team during some ol their years at Ellet. They were Ioyce Gordon, Barbara Marshall, Mary Lou Fteschke, Nancy Cottle, Dorthajean Cole- man, Margie Cook, Doris Cozad, Donna Wrtner, Shirley Grant, Kay Fasrg, Mary lane Stalnaker, Barbara Montgomery and Hose Marie Martin. As far as football goes, we have had a good per- centage of our boys play on the varsity team. Chuck Snowden, Howard Hamilton, Chuck jones, Hugh Fortney, lim Coburn, Hd Bite, Dave Miller, Ed Mathers, Al Evans, Dave Whitmer, Dick Streich, lan Holmes, Ed DeMask, lim Lutes, and Mike Nicolino represented our class throughout high school. The football team elected Mary Lou Reschke Home- coming Queen in '54 and crowning her was Linda Curtis. Attendants in the preceding years were Mary Lou Bissett in the twelfth grade, Nancy Cottle in the eleventh, Marian Longstreth reigned in the tenth, and Mary Lou Heschke in the ninth. As juniors Mary Lou Reschke and Nadeen Deutsch marched in the majorette line. Mary Lou was flag girl in our sophomore year and had the honor of being head majorette in the twelfth grade. As freshmen we elected Pat Miller attendant to the May Queen. As sophomores Loraine Lewis represented our class. When we were juniors Carolyn Hone was elected May Queen of '54, and representing our class as attendant was Carolyn Atkinson. Pat Miller and Dave Whitmer were presented with the well-deserved Manhood and Womanhood awards at the end of their senior year. While in the eighth grade Dorothy Duff and Dave Frase held the Girlhood and Boyhood awards. In the twelfth grade, Nancy Cottle and Ed Bite reigned as Basketball King and Queen. Margie Cook and Howard Harriilton were crowners. Twelfth grade attendant was Christine Vafiades. ln the eleventh grade Ioyce Farndon was the attendant In tenth grade Nancy Arnold represented our class as attendant, and in ninth grade, Carolyn Hone. Dave Whitmer was the class president in our junior year and juris Upatnieks, vice president. Taking notes at the class meetings was secretary Loraine Lewis and class treasurer Phyllis Trout. of my In the first half of our senior year Dave Frase held the office of president of the Senior Class, while Dave Whitmer was vice president. Iune Dallapct was sec- retary and Shirley Grant and Hugh Fortney, treasurers. Second semester found lim O'Neill president and Ed Rite veep. Ioyce Farndon was class secretary, and Pat Miller handled the financial end of our business transactions. Crowned Hi-Y Queen in '55 was Doris Cozad. The same year, holding honors as Y-Teen King was Chuck Iones. Linda Curtis and Ion Galit were in the Sweetheart Court of '54. The Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner of our class in our senior year were Nancy Arnold and Tom Harless. When we were juniors, Maxine Riggs and Ken Cordier represented Ellet on Iunior Town Meeting of the Air. As seniors another radio program which Ellet had part in was "Cue Teen Salutesf' Representing Ellet this time was Howard Hamilton, Loraine Lewis, Diana Craig and Carolyn Hone. In the eleventh grade Iune Dellapa went to Girls' State for a week, and Dave Whitmer was chosen for Boys' State. Pat Miller was on the Iunior TB. Board and Kay Fasig worked with the Peoples Hospital Iunior Board. Al Evans and Ken Cordier were Iunior Rotarians as seniors. Musically talented girls who sang in the Singers group were: Io Havens, Mary lane Stalnaker, Diana Craig, Donna Witner, Pat Linn, Loraine Lewis, Ioyce Kinney and Doris Cozad. Dorothy Duff was one of the Bell Tones. When Dorothy was a sophomore her arrangement of "Blue Tango" was used when they made their television debut. The Music award was presented to Diana Craig by Mrs. Hanson. We, the undersigned, do hereby testify that the information provided above is true and we have ful- filled the assignment given us as stated above. We do hereby swear that we shall work with what talents we have to put the best of our abilities to good uses. 1726 71162 using 85am X95 7 may 1 tltl owl 'Q--N WZ:-r VICE PRESIDENT Da 1d Whltmer M TREASURER Shirley Grant Semeatefz 0 ccew -al""x PRESIDENT Dc d Fra ff? ,hu-.., SECRETARY Iune Dellapa 'Hui' risnsunzn Hugh Fortney Seanad Semeatez Offccew v 'Z' VICE PRESIDENT Ed R f rag YW-,,N C3 PRESIDENT O N 'aan' fs 1:-P SECRETARY 3 TREASURER P t' ' M' aleolwtofucw -If ,luns Upainxeks 74 Salatatafzdcuz MPX Mary Reschke Kenneth Cordxer Ioyce Farndon Dorothy Duff Barbara Montgomery Karen Rxckette Bqrbafq Mqnhqu Dxana Craxg Margze Kennedy Gertrude Munn. mdfltdddd ins.. awww Davxd Wluimer Pctncxa Mlller 'fUiiu,,4 Iohn Davxd Iones Sylvxu R01-ISS! Y To get a good lob Gnd have To be a beautfctan and lead a secunty for my old age hGDDYl1le Happy 15 he who hegfeth Art Club 3 Dramatfc Club 3 Barbara Ann Montgomery Bubbles A gaze 1nto the crystal ball Shows me at college ID the fall And then to complete my future dreams A long l1fe of happtness and frrends lt seems Iumor Cholr 1 YTeens l 2 3 4 May Festlvall 2 3 Semor Chorr 2 3 Y Teen Basketball 2 Cafeter1a Staff 2 3 4 Chrlstmas Pageant 2 3 4 Speech Club 3 Haromano 3 Natxonal Honor Society 3 4 Secretary 4 Hall Guard 3 Rmg Commtttee 3 Red Cross 4 Sprmg Play 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Executive Commlttee A laugh rs worth a hundred groans m any market Beauty of style harmony and grace t NHVN Ion Alan Galxt on become a good enough p1 ot to fly for Amerlcan A1rl1nes then settle down wxth a certam lxttle stewardess and ratse my own crew Hall Guard l Span1sh Club I 2 Perfect Attendancel 2 Semor Chotrl 2 3 Treasurer 3 Chrlst mas Pageant 2 3 May Festlval 2 H1Y 2 3 4 Klng of Hea s Attendant 3 Red Cross 3 4 Vlce Presldent 3 Rxfle Club 3 4 Speech Club 3 4 Pres 4 Semor Executlve COmm1flee 4 Chatr man 4 Elletxan Star 4 Busmess Manager 4 Elletlan Staff 4 Edxtor rn chlef 4 Once he saw a youth blush 1ng and addressed htm cour aqe my boy' that IS the com Robert Kennedy Bob I hope l make lf thls tlme O bed' O bed' Deltclous be 1lS a Heaven upon Earth for the Wea y head loyce Yvonne Famdon Ioyce open the door to success when opportumty knocks Spanish Club l Band l 2 3 Orchestra l 2 Ir Ch Perfect Attendance l 2 4 Y Teen 3 4 Haromano 3 Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 Basketball Attendant 3 Elletlan Star 4 Busmess Manager 4 Speech Club 4 Vxce Pres 4 Bxble Club 4 Sr Executxve Commxttee Class Sec 4 Dramatxc Club 4 Spnnq Play 4 Elletxan Staff 4 Mlnstrel Show 4 Ask and 1t shall be grven you seek and ye shall fxnd knock and lt shall be opened unto you I S '1 , 1 Il ll " " S 1 2 u . 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' f .. . . , . .. , l - I , . . u lexnon of vu-tue rlvv Phylhs Ann Trout Fxshxe To try cmd make all persons I come to meet ln the future as happy as I am May Fes 1val 3 4 Cass Treasurer 3 Semor Choxr 3 4 Executtve Commxttee 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Iubllee 4 The most useless day of all IS that IH whlch we have not laughed 'L Rnchard Gerald Strexch Duck To become a football coach May Festxval l 2 Hall Guard I 2 4 Pro1ect1on Club l H1 Y 2 3 4 Sr Cholr 2 Latm Club 2 3 4 Varslty E Club 3 4 Speech Club 3 Track 3 Dramatlc Club 4 Football 3 4 I am a lover and have not found my thlng to love Hugh Patrxck I-'ortney Fuzzy To go to college play football and be a success ln everythmg do r ck l Football l 2 3 H1 Y 2 Baseball 3 Class Treas urer 4 Dramatic Club 4 Hall Guard 4 Varsxty E 3 4 In thrs house he had a large lookmg glass before whrch he would stand and go through his exerclses Donna Faye Wltner Donna To someday declde what I really want out of lnfe Smqersl 2 3 Bandl 2 May FSSIIVGI I 4 Iunlor Cho1r l Y Teen l 2 3 4 YTeen Baskt ball 2 3 4 Dramatic Club 2 4 Senior Cho1r 3 4 GAA 3 4 Speech Club 3 Sprmg Play 4 Elletlan Star 4 Elletlan Staff 4 Cheerleader Manager 4 Muslc IS well sard to be the speech of angels Ioyce Kumey oy To always be as happy and have as much fun ln the future as I have had ln the past Ir Choxr I Smgers Group l 3 Sr Chorr 2 4 Y'I'eens 3 4 Speech Club 3 4 Dramatxc Club 4 Modesty rs t ment what shadows are to a pamtmg Charles Wallace Snowden Chuck To someday work the sunllght shutter rn York S C fRlCkS home town J Footballl 2 3 4 Iumor Chorr 1 Proyectxomst l 2 l'l1Y 2 3 4 Track 2 3 Varslty E 3 Speech Club 3 Baseball 4 Dramattcs 4 Many loves of many a mood and many a klnd M 'rg ' '. 0 ... 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H Selva Ioy Rxttle oy Charles Ellsworth Chtf Chxck To be a beautrcran and lead To ret1re wxth fue Cad1llacs happy lxfe and a beautxful g1rl w1th lots of Flemmgton H1gh School 1 2 monelf' YTeens 3 Football l Dramatlcs Club 4 Obse Je the opportunlty I love them that love m Nancy Carol Elhs Nan To be successful at something Y Teen 3 Hall Guard 4 She 1 not only happy her self but the cause ot happmess ln others Karen Dxanne Rrcketts Kay To always have a lot of n1ce fnends and to be happy and successful YTeen 3 4 Speech Club 3 Haromano 3 Christmas Pageant 3 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Senxor Executlve Commxttee 4 What wlsdom can you fmd that lS greater than kmdness Henry Carl Antes Butch To full race my Merc settle down and raxse my own little hot rod club Track 1 Football 2 Speech Club 3 4 Lat1n Club 2 3 4 Hall Guard 4 Though somewha' tardy l perchance to amve Rose Mane Martin Tootsie To be able to accomplxsh more m hte than I drd xn hxgh school Someday soon get marned and ralse a couple of klds Band l 2 3 4 Christmas Pageant 3 YTeen 3 4 YTeen Basketball 4 Speech Club 3 Dramatic Club 4 GAA 2 3 4 Queen rose of the rosebud garden of roses wide IN" Wh. ,f' Edward Francrs DeMask To see the world go to college and settle down some day Central H1gh 1 2 Sr Chotr 3 4 Football 3 4 Varslty E Club 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Begone dull care Thee and I shall never agreel 'Y 'fog Carol Ann Mathews Carol To be a beauttclan and spe Charles G Damato Child! To be a success rn everythtng c1al1ze redheads boys I I attempt to do mean Y Teen 3 Dramatrc Club 3 One day 1n the town Is worth a month tn the country Hall Guard 2 3 Out of the stratn of the do1ng Into the peace of the done R Carolyn Sue Hcxrdesty "Carol" To meet the rlght guy and spend the rest of my hfe makmg htm happy Cafeterla Staff l, 2, Ir Chotr l, YTeen 3, 4, Art Club 3, Na tlonal Thesptan Soctety 4, Chrrst mas Pageant 4, Dramatic Club 4, Btble Club 4 'A good laugh IS sunshme ln a house" Bemard Derome Harland "Bernie" To make good tn the A1r Force Perfect Attendance l, Cafeterta Staff 2 3, 4 Football Manager 3, Speech Club 3 4, Chnstmas Pageant 3, Varstty E 3, Hall Guard 4 " Tts ever common that men are memest when they are from home" Carol IoAnn Wood "Rabbxt" To have one of these days, two rlngs on the thtrd ftnger of my left hand mstead of Just one After thxs takes place, have 24 lnttle feet pxtter patter through the house Lattn Club 2, Speech Club 3, Y Teen 4 "Montage ts cr thmg you've got to gtve your whole mmd to" ki: , ni' 'sm ', 4 , f wwe I yt ,-ww' . T Jvlifeizkg, ' 'fl .- ae- 4, , , , Wi 7 7' " - I , F 1 ' 4 . "T f Wh y , , .H , . , if un- .. H - -.Edu -1 H ' I V ' . IH - , ' I 1 . . I ' I , - f , . ' . . . tt ' I I I - 1 - H I - ' tt . , 1 . " - ff 1 I . .1 - Y' U- Gerald Ray Matthews Ierry Helen Louxse Robmson Helen Shirley Faye Walker Shtrl To take a long tnp where the To get a good Job and to al lust get the dlploma txshmg IS good ways be hGDpY To please my dad Every mans alfalrs however Y Teens 3 Dramauc Club 3 Then CONECT the Gwfifd llttle are lmportant to hlmsell what 1 well done 15 done Iwould 11146 to have soon enough Whatever IS worth do1ng t .ui all IS worth do1ng well 96 and 1"'?' Dons Etta Cozad Dons To graduate from Akron U wxth an RB tR1ch Bachelorl and use my hldden talent house keeplng YTeens 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent 2 Slngers Groupl Z 3 4 Ir Cho1r 1 YTeen Basketball 2 3 4 Sr olr 2 3 Chrxstmas Pageant 2 3 4 Speech Club 3 4 Natxonal Hon or Society 3 4 Haromano 3 Hall Guard 4 Dramatlc Club 4 May Festlval 1 2 3 4 Few thmqs are xmpossxble to dlllgence and skxll Alfred Walker Evans To get a certam person KIDD and then ratse my own lr tle foot ball team oball l 2 T Ba ketball 1 2 3 Spa xsh l b l 2 Iumor Cholr 1 May Festlval 3 4 H1Y 2 Semor Cholr 3 4 VICG Pres1dent4 Mmstrel Show 2 4 Art Club 3 Varsity E 3 4 Chnstmas Pageant 3 4 Hall Guard 4 Iumor Rotarlan 4 WEHS Announcer 3 4 Semor Executlve Commlttee 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Rxch ln good works ,..g41 Gertrude Louxse Mertens Gert To attend college marry the man I love and sperd the rest ot my hte happxly TGISIHQ a family of saxophone players for M Motz and M Wrtters future bands Band l 2 3 4 Orchestral 2 34YTeenl234lnter h Orchestra 2 3 4 Latm Club 2 3 4 Haromano 3 Dramatxc Club 3 4 Teen age Drlvmg Council 4 Hall Guard 4 Wrsdom IS better than rubles Alma Irene Holler Elmer To put my hxgh school educa Cafeterxa Staff I 2 Blble Club 3 4 Chrlstmas Pageant 4 Dra matlcs Club 4 Ornament of a meek and qutet spmt Donald Iames Marsh Don To be an X Ray techmclan and HLY 2 3 Speech Club 3 4 Dramatlc Club 4 The most essentxal thmg for happmess IS the gltt of fnend ship Ioan Mane Harland To go to Cahfornxa to vlslt back to see the 1957 graduatxon class of Spnngfteld Hxgh Hall Guard 3 Dramatxcs Club Fnends are bom not made Patncna Ioan Morgan a To be a hlelong chemlst and YCIISS a lamxly of chemxsts Y Teen 2 Hall Guard 2, Latin 2 3 4, Speech Club 3, 4 'Little tasks make large re tum" Ioeeph Iamee O'Ne1ll un To go and graduate from college Speech Club 3 4 Presldent 3 Red Cross 3 Hall Guard 4, Class Presldent 4 "Whose red nose makes me ashamed to be seen wxth htm" Margu Lee Kennedy 'Margie To be a dietitian Y Teen 3 4 Haromano 3 Style Show 3 lt ns a polnt of wxsdom to be sllent when occasnon requires, and better than to speak, though never so well " ,, H n u I uiou tion to good use, - be able to look into things. my rich aunts and then :come .. ' . . . . - 4. ' - . . up tu . nl. H - lv if i 5-'sl Shirley Mane Robinson Shirley To become ambitious enouqh to have an ambition Spanish Club 1 Hall Guard 2 4 YTeens 3 4 Christmas Pageant 3 Lauqh where we must b candid where we can .fine V239 Thomas Cline Harless "Harley" To be a doctor and learn how to cure tobacco. South High School 1, 25 Hi-Y 45 Hall Guard 45 Dramatic Club 45 Basketball 3, 4. "The greater the man the greater the courtesy." Edward Franklin Mathers To be a success at some thinq Basketball l 2 3 4 Footb ll 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Varsity E Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 I Choir 1 Sr Executive Commit tee 4 Makes the best of things Qs Larry Lavonne Teeling "Teetle" To eat, drink and be merry, and still be a success. Speech Club 35 Football 45 Hi- Y 45 Varsity E Club 4. "To eat, and to drink, and to be merry." ...--"" Patncia Ann Lmn a To attain the best lite has to offer Singers Group l Spanish Club l lunior Choir 1 Y'l'een l 2 3 4 Hall Guard 2 Student Coun c1l2 3 Senior Choir 2 3 Dra matic Club 4 My sentence is for open war ,QQ 451' K Edward William Vrable "Ed" To get out!!! Then stay out- ot the army. lr. Choir l, 25 Spanish Club 1, 35 May Festival 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Varsity E Club 4. "Thou'rt such a pleasant fellow." gl' Gary Norman Perlnns Gary To llHlSl'l school and go to colleae Spamsh Club l Speech Club lf l tend to speak a llttle wlld forglve me 49' Patncxa Duane Greenleaf a I want thlrty exght chlldren To look up to me For a kmdergarten teacher Id llke to be Y Teens 2 3 Perfect Attend ance 2 Speech Club 3 GAA 3 Haromano 3 Her alms are hlgh Grace Hafler Gl'ClCe To retlre wxth a yacht a Cadll lac and a mxllxon dollars by the tlme Im 21 Welllnqton Hxgh School I 2 3 G A A 4 Dramatlcs 4 Red Cross Re Dresentatlve 4 As good as gold Charles Howard Nutter Sonny To be a polxtxclan and get mamed Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball l 2 3 4 Student Councll l 2 lumor Chou l Red Cross l 2 Semor Choxr 2 Hx Y 2 Projectxon Club 3 Varsxty E 3 4 He IS as full of valour as of kmdness 6 Q-as Iames Martm Wallace Cow To see Uncle lake Kennedy drxnk a qallon of Bosco The tlmely dew of sleep Ioann Laura Campbell Ioann To graduate and go to bust ness school I holr l A Library Staff 3 4 Art Club 3 Speech Club 3 4 YTeens 3 4 A wxse and understandmg heart A ls 4 use y 4 W, l ,, : i ff :" 1 v A 4"-cv N X A 1 y 1 4 f W., l V ,:,. it ,Ng V ,M r M 4 .V V , . . a n n up til . . I li Il 'I .', ,,,. , .r,C'-pG.A..2,3,4: Ieane Mcxxme Rxggs Max To make a certam Dxck hap- py ln Kansas mano 3 Speech Club 3 4 Ir Town Meetmq 3 Dramatxc Club 4 Hall Guard 4 Ask and learn Beverly Ann Radonovxch Bev To go to college and become an art teacher YTeen l 2 3 4 Llbrary Staff 1 Smger Group 1 Art Club l 2 3 4 Haromano 3 FTA 4 B1ble Club 4 Chf1SfmQS Pageant 4 Elletlan Star 4, Ellettan Staff 4 "The mlrror of all courtesy ' Richard Kenneth Hardesty Dick To go t Cahforma w1th Serrous occupatlon IS labor that has reference to some want Roy Raymond Manges Roy To get a good job thls summer and attend Kent State next fall Chrfstmas Pageant 2 Semor Chotr 2 H1 Y 3 4 Speech Club 3 Dramat1cs 4 I l1ke cheerful people wlth frxendly faces ' Glona Ann Trennell Bugs To be a success not have to work 1n the Flve G Ten all my fleld boy happy Iumor Cholr l Spamsh Club 1 GAA 2 A frxendly regard for all she meets Ioyce Mane Nxcely Ioyce To have enough money to buy all the records I want to play In my own room some day YTeen 1 2 3 Cafeterla Staff 1 Ir Chonr 1 Hall Guard 3 Dramatlc Club 4 'Out of the strcnn of the domg, xnto the peace of the done . Vhmkggir tl ' , 4 4 WJ 4 ' t l , ' , 4 ' ff Q I n : ji xi J Q ff' ' -I u e lk ll u I -I 'I E ' O A D A 1'f Ad k I ' s ' Red Cross l: Y-Teen 3, 4: Haro- 9099195 Conrad- Fe' an mu e G Cerwin prmg' A I t . , Q . g . 7 ' ' ' ' lt ll xl A 1 y J I ll ll " 'I l . I' Il - , . . 1 ' A I ' '. 1 A 3 1 . , A 1 '- I 1 ' .' f f . 1 1 . - . : ' I b 7 ' . 7 7 f Robert George Buckey Bob To be a success at whatever professlon l choo e Spam h Club 2 Speech Club A man s real possessron IS lu memory 25 Patncxa Anne Mcxrcmko cx To lrve every day A thouqh lt were my last To have a future full of happr UGQS But never to forget my pa t East Hrqh School l YTeens 2 4 GAA 3 4 Sneech Club 3 4 Hall Guard 4 Elletran Star 4 Elletlan Staff 4 Class Prophet In marden medrtatron fancy tree Q10 r'9Y Barbara Ann Hosser Babs To capture a certarn ex 'na me f ll 9 Y Teen l 2 3 Spamsh Club 3 ln quretness and rn conlr dence shall be your strength nv? 'S I ll ll ll :U o :s fl Q- O 0 2 O o 5 'I a n. 0 C so 'E 0 Q 6' -1 z3'rf 09.0 U...-Q 5g.3O N o 5 O 9 Q :AQ E 05 o '1 Q3 2 :fl Q FIA Q gd :1 - Q. 2 KD 583 ID F IS,- Q, 3 on NC rr fb E? L. 'T L-L O L: Roy Dean Lrggett Bud To ao wrmrmnq wrth Esther Wrllrams Lrberace s plano swrmnurra pool' A qood man never dres .4 ga Maureen McClung Mxckey To have a Royal lrfe full of love and happmess Spamsh Club l Y Teen 2 The pleasure f love s lovmq We are happrer rn the passron we teel than rn that we msprre 'A If' A AX. , 2 1 , l 'MV - N. , , 2, V In . .,, , 1 4 M 'C , ' l . V! 1 ! ,Il - , '1 I ' s . or ""f -A r 2 h Sin. 'C 4' I il - I V W A 1' 4 ,, fn MMVI I . . . up t.. . ,, ,, U I H . - ' O W , . , Q A A ' " 'th' V' f but " 1 l in . . - M at- H ' . ' by ' A . V' ' , 3, 7 . , J I- I I - 2 - rf ' Donna Faye Marcmko Donna To attend a year of Busmess College and then go out 1nto the world and make somethmg of myself May Festlval l Cafeterla Staff l 2 3 Speech Club 3 The power of thought the maglc of the mind 'MU' Mary Lou Reschke Lou To make my m1ll1on as bemg the worlds greatest secretary and then marry Bllly and rarse a famxly of majorettes and football players for Ellet' Homecomxng Attendant 1, nd l, Z, YTeens 2, 3, 4, Teen Basketball 2, 3, 4, All Star Basketball Team 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Z, 3, Vice Pres 3, Haromano 3, Natlonal Honor Soclety 3, 4, Malorette 3, 4, Homecomxng Queen 4 "Let patxence have her perfect work" -lf f fs Harold Ralph Nelson Hurley To have the Blg Boss on my srde whrle I go to College and whrle I try to make a l1v1ng Iunlor Cholr l May Festlval 3 4 Proyechon Clu Semor Choxr 2 3 4 Chrlstmas Pageant 2 3 4 Track Z H1 Y 4 Great IS truth and mrghty above all thxngs fn rig 'QW- Y Q-any xy Sandra Ioan Bramhall a To become a success tn every thmg worthwhlle I attempt Then buy a car and go to Wyomxng and rope me a cowboy Spanlsh Club l YTeen l 3 4 Brble Club 3 4 Dramatlc Club 4 To know her IS to l1ke her a ' R 'ni' bs... fail? ""...!-37' Iames Phxllxp Householder House To make a mllllon when I get out of college and avoid Uncle Sam Iunxor Cholr l, Spamsh Club 1, 2, Football Manager l, 2, 3, 4, Varslty E l, 2, 3, 4, Proyectlon Club 1, 2, 3, 4, H1 Y 2, 3, 4, Vlce Presldent 4, Senlor Choir 2, May Festlval 2, Dramatlcs Club 4, Hall Guard 4, Sentor Executlve Commlttee 4 "A good mmd possesses a k1ngdom" ,ffxhx Iune Yvonne Dellapa Morty To complete a teachers tram mg course at Akron U and be come better acquamted wlth a certatn 'cousin of mme Iumor Chorr 1 Dramattc Club 2, 3, 4 Semor Chotr 2, , , May Festtval l, 2, 3, 4, Chrlst mas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Blble Club 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, Guls' State Representative 3, FTA 4, Natlonal Honor Socnety 4, Class Secretary 4, Perfect Attendance 3 "God loveth a cheerful g1ver" than Robert Howard Waltenbaugh Bob To make a cool mtlhonl May Festlval l Latm Club 2 3 4 Proyechon Club 2 3 Speech Club 3 4 I am not argulng wtth you I am tellmg you Manan Rose Longstreth Manan To reach the hetght of 5 leet and to ra1se a large bunch ol 6 loot Stutlers een 2 3 Treasurer Homecommg Attendant 2 Choxr 3 May Festival 3 Hall Guard 3 4 Speech Club 4 Dra matxc Club 4 The pleaslng smtle proves a pleastng nature , ,. S 32:2 .4- Ronald Gale Combs Ronme To go to college and become a success at anythmg I try to do and to own cr new Cadtllac convertxble B nd l 2 Lat1n Club 2 3 4 Speech Club 3 4 Hall Guard 4 Where the w1ll1ngness great the dxlhcultles cannot be great QUWJ Charles Robert Portz Chuck T get out of school college the Navy and Akron then start ltvmg Band I Football 3 Basketball I Latm Club 3 Speech Club 3 Elletlan Star Staff 4 Ellettan Staff 4 Busmess Manag r 4 W1t and wtsdom are born w1th a man IW Margaret lo Havens Not to college I wrll go Nor to work lor me lust to be a wxle for CBIIIJ That s the ambttton lor me Iuntor Chou I Smgers Group n G Hall Guard 2 4 Caleterta Stall 2 3 Senior Chou 3 4 Dramatic Club 4 May Festtval 3 4 Speech Club 3 4 Laughter IS her constant com pamon Ioyce Irene Gordon Iomts To graduate from college wlth As so I can get the re convertlble Ive been promtsed Band l 2 Spamsh Club l GAA l 2 3 4 Vlce Presldent 3 Y Teen 2 3 4 Y Teen Basket ball 2 3 4 Y Teen Secretary 4 Hall Guard 3 4 Red Cross 3 Speech Club 3 4 Haromano 3 Student Councrl 4 Btble Club 4 A merry heart doeth good lxke a medtctne , F .4 I 9 Z, X I 5 4 ll I ll I. 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I .. , I - 4 'R Rxchard Ioseph Starkey Duck To make a mllllon fr1ends and stlll save a few dollars Baseball 4 Track 4 Chrtstmas Pageant 4 S1lence IS an answer to a wrse man Bette Mae Bertsch Bette I dont want to set the world on tre To be a nurse IS my greatest Then too Id llke to marry a lad Who IS honest and true and not the least btt bad Smgers Group l Ir Choxr l Spamsh Club 1 May Festival I Llbrary Parge I 2 3 4 Cafeterxa Sta l eens 2 4 Guard 4 Chrnstmas Pageant 4 A womans quess rs much more accurate than a mans certamty 1 Carol Ann Sowers Carol To go to college and be a suc cess 1n whatever I attempt to do Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra l 2 3 May Festlval l Latln Club 2 3 4 German Club 3 Y Teen 3 4 Btble Club 4 Amb1llOn has no r1sk ,r"G4 Dxcna Craxg To be a mountatn cllmber so I can always be near g certaxn C 1 stval 1 2 3 4 YTeens Chrlstmas Pageant 2 3 4 Latm Club 2 3 Sr Cholr 2 3 4 Prest dent 4 H1 Teens 3 Announcer 3 4 Haromano 3 Speech Club 3 4 Hall Guard 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soctety 4 Grrls Ensemble 4 Elletran Star 4 Elletxan Staff 4 Muslc Edrtor 4 Thou crownest the year wrth thy goodness 'iz-:,,-If Iohn Burton Cook Iohnny become a hlstory teacher nd l 2 3 4 Perfec tendance2 H1s tures were frozen up m the horn and came out now by thawmq in Iuns Uputmeks Una To graduate as an electrxcal englneer from Akron U Perect A endance l 2 3 Guard 3 4 Student Councxl 3 Natxonal Honor Society 3 4 Vlce Pres 3 Pres 4 Vlce Pres 3 H1 Y 4 Latrn Club 4 Pres 4 Student Councll 3 4 Treasurer 4 The great man lS the man who does a thxng for the first tune l X ' ' ' 7 - To ' , ' - ' 4 ' BG , , , 5 t At- .. 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' f 5, , Hall ' ' , ' Q 4' P I ' - -r 31' .fx Iames Evans Lutes 1m To travel the world and retrre huntlnq and llshmq nd l 2 3 l.Gl1R Club 2 Football 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Ha Guard 4 H1 Y 4 Varsrty E Never say more than IS neces sary I wld' Phyllxs Mane Lance Phoody To be successful rn everything I attempt to do and to make a certam Preacher a very happy man Hall Guard 2 In srlence also theres a worth that brrngs no rlsk 38 14 Ian Rlchard Holmes an To make a mlll1OD by wrltlng a book on IOOI ways to stay unemployed Spanlsh Club 2 Football 3 4 Track 3 Varslty E 3 4 He that IS of a merry hear hath a contmuous feast 4:9 Lxnda Lou Curtxs l.1nd1e Lou To be marrted to a very won derlul person and have cz long vacatlon rn Florrda Iumor Choxr l Spamsh Club 1 Lxbrarv Parqe 1 YTeens 3 Speech Club 3 4 Sweetheart Attendant 3 Homecommg Crowner 4 Hall Guard 4 Elle han Star 4 Elletran Statt 4 Beauty IS pleasure regarded as the quality of a thmg 'hal' kill ,nfs f Bnan Edward Iones Bones To draw a cartoon stnp that even Carl wrll understand Iumor Choxr I Track 1 Basket ball 1 2 3 Mmstrel Show 2 Rlnq Commtttee 3 Speech Club 3 Elletxan Star Staff 4 Assocl ate Edltor 4 Elletxan Staff 4 Art Editor 4 The rule of my hte IS to make busmess a pleasure and pleas ure my busmess Carolyn Ann Atkinson Carolyn To eventually learn how to Jxtterbug to the tune ol Those West V1rgm1a Hllls Neale Hlgh 1 West I-hgh 2 Speech Club 3 Semor Chou 3 May Queen Attendant 3 Alter nate Cheerleader 3 YTeens 3 4 Bxble Club 3 4 Elletlan Star 4 Elletlan Staff 4 Class Edltor 4 My crown IS ln my heart not on my head ul. .. . . t. 1. - "I " BG , , J ' . 3: ' , : . : ll ' 5 p '- 1 ' . 4. . 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' , . . , . ., . . - t. . . . . gl w ll It I Rv' 'O Carole Ann Sewell Carole To make Chfl a good wlte Always be happy and lxve a good hte East l-lxah l Hall Guard 2 4 Speech Club 3 4 YTeen 4 Dramatic Club 4 Style IS the dress of thoughts Carolyn Louxse Hone Carolyn To be successful IH anythmq I attempt to do and be as happy ln hte as my parents are Basketball Attendant l Red Cossl Y'l'eenl234 ale terra Stall 2 3 Bxble Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Spnng Play 4 Semor Executlve Commxttee 4 Dramatxc Club 4 May Queen 3 Crowner 4 Natlonal Thespxan ocxety 4 Ellettan Star 4 Elletlan Staff 4 Busxness Man ager 4 She moves a goddess and she looks a queen Q' Martha Louxse Kovacxch Marty To work lor the Telephone Company own a car ot my own and someday get marrxed Y Teens l Speech Club 3 Dramatlcs 4 An ounce of enterprise worth a pound of prxvxlege ' "itz,- i' Kenneth Edward Rxcks Spider To get to ao down to Moutm C1ty on Saturday mght and be one of the boys Football 1 2 H1Y 2 Speech Club 3 Dramatic Club 4 Born wtth the grlt of laughter Us fiffm Davnd Roland Wlutmer Whxt To stay ln condxtxon I wont say what kxnd Student Councll 1 2 Spamsh Club l H1 Y 2 3 Foot ball 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Class Pres 3 Vxce Pres 4 Varsity E Club 4 Elletxan Staff 4 Elletxan Star Staff 4 Edxtor rn chxef 4 Dorng ea lly what others fmd dxfflcult IS talent doxng what IS xmposslble for talent IS gemus 45? Patncxa Elame Mxller a To make my parents proud of me by maklng somethmg worth whtle of myself Student Councxl 1 2 M y Court 1 Latm Club 2 3 4 Y Teens 2 3 4 Speech Club 3 4 Vrce Presxdent SB Secreta y 3A lr TB Board 3 4 Secretary 4 Rmg Commlttee 3 Semor Execu t1ve Committee 4 FTA 4 Class Treasurer 4 Elletran Star 4 Elletlan Staff 4 Yesterday s tragedles are tnv 1al compared to todays realxtles and tomorrows uncertamtres 5 W 4 T W, irc?" ' we " ,WW O . ,, ,, . . . .. . ., .. .. , 5 ' - , . , V ' 5 , J ' , I A ' I , I ' I ' 2 F 5 - ,, , lu .t ' is l ' . 'fr fe W 1- 'e'ffe3' ,5 -Q. , f H , , ,IM I 3...-" 3 . .. ,. - - t. . ,, . . . . up in , , . - . , 3, 4: ' 5 : : - . 2 - 5 f f Q 1' : - . . . 5 C - . . 7 , : I ' f F ' , 5 , 5 . 5 , 5 ' . I, 2 , 1 I I I I ' ' ' , , -' - ' 5 . . . , , : I - . wl 1 I , . I ' ' Q f 1 s . . ' 5 ' - - - - r 5 . . . 5 s 5 , A , - - . A -. 5 ' 5 5 - . .X , . . .- - ' ' ' I' I I n I ll IE Vxrgmxa Lee Stevenson Gm To get my RN degree and then to get my B R Iumor Chotr l Cheerleader l YTeenl 2 3 4 Mlnstrel Show 2 Speech Club 3 GAA 3 Dra matlc Club 4 A kmd and gentle heart has s e Kay Ruth Fasxg "Kay" To go to college and meet as many nrce k1dS as l drd at Ellet Band l, Z, Spanrsh Club I, Y Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Vrce Pres 2, Pres 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Speech Club 3, 4, Dramattc Club 4, Y Teen Basket ball 2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance l, 2, 3, 4, Iumor Hospltal Board 3, 4 "CUflOSllY rs one of the per manent and certain characterxs trcs ot a vxgorous mmd ' 4-ml' Edward Benson Hxfe Rag To be as good a man as my father IS and marry a certam lrttle grrl Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball l 3 4 Iumor Chotrl Varsrty E 2 3 4 Semor Chor 2 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Spee h Club 3 Dramatxc Club 4 Bas ketball Kmg 4 For courtesy wxns women as well as valor may 5' VS?- Vw Kenneth Wllham Cordxer "Ken" To be the hrst man on the moon Ir Cholr l, May Festtval l, 2, 3, Perfect Attendance l, 3, Band l, 2, 3, Sr Chotr 2, 3, Chnstmas Pageant Z, Hall Guard 3, 4, Na tronal Honor Soctety 3, 4, Treas urer 4, Ir Town Meetlng 3, Dramatxc Club 3, 4, Sprmg Play 3, 4, PA Announcer 3, 4, Na ttonal Thesplan Socrety 3, 4, Pres 4, Ir Rotarlan 4 "Every man takes the llmtts ol hrs own held of v1s1on tor the lrmrts of the world ' b4g l I 1 f I ygigx izfgslg Carol Lee Barnard Speedy To work at F1TSl Natronal Bank For money thats necessary To go to Kentucky for awhtle To become a mrssronary Hall Guard 2 YTeens 3 4 B1ble Club 3 4 Dramat1c Club 4 Chrrstmas Pageant 4 Vrrtue ts the performance of pleasant actlons S ! Nancy Lue Cottle "Nasty" To reach 5 feet tall that ls, and make a certam someone keep hrs promlse Red Cross l, Spantsh Club l, Iumor Chotr l, YTeen 2, 3, 4. Secretary 2, YTeen Basketball 3 4, Hall Guard 3, Homecomxng Attendant 3, Haromano 3, GAA 2 3, 4, Speech Club 3, 4, Secre tary 4, Dramatxc Club 4, Basket ball Queen 4, Sentor Executlve Commlttee 4 "In the twmklmg of cm eye " ' ' ' Q ' Qfi, w -' 2 , I 1 , i X, , Q., ',, ,I " f ,Ml X if -- , , MQ 2, V V Q. I ' ,f .I ,y l I 5 K V4 M if 4 t , 3 11 V ' A 5 J - . . ' - , , , 5 , , , 1 n ' ' ' 1 J - - - 1 ' , , : 5 A H f ' , f I . l, , , 5 1 5 H1-Y l , , 5 " ' , . J 1 , I C 5 ' h 5 5 . xt - ' - . ,. ' V f 4 gs Kb . . 'g V v X Us-. , "- -1, A ' it X .Wiki . ' 1,4 454 , , U ff QQ 'J 'iq N-BM' Beverly lane Royer Bev To go to all the Iohnny Vadnal Polka Dances wrth Mary Iane ,and Rae Cheerleader l GAA l 2 3 4 Spamsh Club l 2 3 Mmstrel QShow l Y Teen l 2 3 4 Speech Club 3 4 Chrlstmas Pageant 3 4 Dramatrc Club 4 It to her share some female errors tall Look on her lace and youll forget em all Rae Rotondo Rae To go to all the lohnny Vadnal Polka Dances wlth Mary Iane and Bev YTeens l 2 3 4 Hall Guard 2 4 GAA 2 3 4 Speech Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 Chrlstmas Pag eant 4 Dramatxc Club 4 Ellettan Star 4 Ellet1an Stall 4 Pxcture Edxtor 4 Honest labor bears a lovely ace r""lv Davxd Allen Frcse Dave To own a wooded lsland tn the mlddle of Lake Ntplsstng and a boat to get to 1t Soanxsh Club l Iunlor Chotr l Hall Guard 3 H1Y 3 4 Pres 4 Bmg Commxttee 3 Perfect Attendance 3 Class President 4 I have land aside busmess and gone a flshtng 2:5 Yew Betty lane Land PIM To always have the nght out look on hte and to be a prxvate secretary to a handsome unmar ned man Y Teen Maytlme M9lOd19S 2 Speech Club 3 Llbrary Palge 4 Da matlc Club 4 Born wtth the gltt of laughter Mary lane Stalnaker lane lane To go to all the Iohnny Vadnal Polka Dances wlth Rae and Bev Cheerleaderl GAA l 2 3 4 Hall Guard 1 Spamsh Club Ir Chotrl YTeen 2 3 Teen Basketball 4 Speech Club 3 4 Senlor Choxr 3 4 Chrlstmas Pageant 4 Dramatlc Club 4 All concerned wrthout un rest begms her rosy progress smnlmg ff? -e':'7 Davxd Donald Mxller Dave To graduate from college wxth better grades than I got tn hxqh school and become a success ln some promment prolessxon B nd l 2 Basketball l 2 3 Manager 4 Track 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Perfect Attendance 3 Hall Guard 4 Varslty E Club 4 I never met a man I dldnt lx e y N ., if .-f 0 ng 1 :A - ' ...,, ig A I- U u I -1 I 14: Y- , ' . An ' f -ff 'I' H ' - 14, 4 ' za My A , PM ' . af 'N 17 -- 4 4' far 'N 64 3' " I A., I 'X I ,, Q4 l .7 x l av. le O i I , 3 , I-- t, , 3 - '1, 3, 4g. G,A.A. 2, 3, 4, Q , 1 A .l . . I . l - , ' R ' P 5 r - D ' 1:1 - I I -l . AH U I F l .ll Donna Ellen Watson Donna To be happy and successful ln anythrng l attempt to do nd l 2 3 4 Orchestra YT en 2 3 4 Span Faromano 3 Speech Club 3 4 Dramatrc Club 4 Hall Guard 4 Good words are worth much and cost httle Howard Edward Hamxlton Ham To see Ed Rrfe when hes old and Fat Harrold Iumor Hrah l Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Varstty 3 4 Base all 2 l'l1Y 4, Presrdent 4, Track 3, 4, Mm strel Show 2, 4, Elletlan Star 4, Assocrate Edttor 4, Elletlan Staff 4, Sports Edttor 4, Student Coun Cll 3, 4 "Theres honesty, manhood, and good fellowshrp 1n thee " ,ol- Rxchard Warren Hoover Dxclx To 1nher1t a rnrlllon dollars one day ard spend 1t all the next Football l Iunlor Chorr l Spanish Club l 2 Basketball l lam 3 Dramatrc Club 4 Speech Club 3 4 Senror Execunve Com m1ttee 4 Men who know much say httle 3' 5' Amah Sue Gnffrth ue To be a lady barber and qrve all my lads Butch halr cuts Spanlsh Club l YTeen 3 4 Speech Club 4 Hall Guard 4 4 Specral Page Edrtor 4 Trme has fallen asleep 1n the afternoon sunshine 'nvu Shxrley Ann Gran! Sag To attend college help others and rarse a YTeen basketball team for Mrss Spahr Red Cross 1 YTeens l 2 3 4 Spamsh Club 1 Lrbrary Staff 1 Cafeterra Staff l 2 Y Teen Bas ketball 2, 3, 4, Rrng Commrttee 3, Dramatrc Club 4, Student Councxl 3, 4, Speech Club 3, 4, G A A 3, 4, Bzble Club 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4 "She IS laughmg 1n her sleeve at you " Iames Rxchard Coburn Burr To ao to college and become an All Amerrcan cheer leader and cheer for another All Amen can Fuzzy as he wms game after game of hop scotch Basketball l 2 3 Iunror Chorr l, Red Cross 2, Football 2 3, 4, Speech Club 3, 4, Varsxty , 4, Hall Guard 4, Dramatic Club 4 "It IS a rough road that leads to the hexghts of greatness' A ,yd , K. , A Y A Q ,- fi ' 3 , C :I , 'fa X . x , l r. A U H , H , ,, . . Us .. Ba , , , , 1, J ' ' 1 V I ' f I 2, 3, - e l, , , 5 iSl'1 ' , 2 . A 5 Q 7 Club lp Perfect Attendance 3, 21-TfGClC l, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: ChC1P- Ellelmnl Star 47 Ellellun Sloff Mfrs I, K h I, s 2- pf I N rf. 2, 5, , b ',' 2,I3, ' ', 4, - i , , 1 ' ' ,cr fs Harold Leek Tony To own a chain of pool hall n it on wide Football 2 Glad to corne h re glad to li e alad to Q Donna Mae Gnilith is To become a secretary for a while and then enter the college of marriage and earn a MR S. Degree, Ir. Choir lg Y-Teen l, 2, 3, Cateteria Stall l, 2, 4, Art Club 3g Hall Guard 3, Harornano 35 Christmas Paqeant 3, Dramatic Club 4. "Faithful, unsellish, and patient." 41 Darlene Ann Fenn Darlene To marry a c rta n l er and rai Q a who: platoon een 3 4 C brary Stall 3 4 Speech Club 3 Happiness is beneicial i the body Aaron Rudolph Lavender Aaron To be a missionary to India. Basketball l, 2, Archery Club J Speech Club 35 Senior Choir 3: May Festival 35 Speech Club 4: Hi-Y 4. "Whose findeth a wife findeth a good thing' dn Michael Iohn Nxcolxno Little Pup T omeday marry a certain qi l with blue eyes Mary Hiah School l lx ar ati Club 3 A wink 1 as qood as ct nod to the vi e Christine Vahades Chris To someday open a chain of Little Aztec D.ive lnn's all over the United States, and never have to work in any of them. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 35 Speech Club 3, 4, Sec. 35 Rina Committee 35 G.A.A. 3, 45 Christ- mas Pageant 3, 45 Dramatic Club 4, Elletian Star 45 Elletian Stall 4, Basketball Attendant 4, "To err is human, to forgive divine." t Iohn Fredrrc Schonauer ack To graduate from college and be a success rn hte Senxor EXECUTIVE Commlttee 4 Iunlor Cholr l Football l Ba ketball l 2 Hx Y 2 He that has pat1ence may compass anythmg Mary Lorame Lewxs Lorame To get a Job cmd work real hard then marry a good looknng guy to live love and always be happy I S1ngers Group l Red Cross 2 Y Teens 2 4 May Queen At tendant 2 Class Secretary 3 Beacon Iournal Reporter 3 4 Ring Commlttee 3 Speech Club 4 Hall Guard 4 Elletxan Star 4 Assocxate Edttor 4 Elletxan Star Staff 4 Semor Edxtor 4 True and tender and brave and just That man mlght honor and woman trust Mxckey Carl Vasrl Mxck To 1o1n the Coast Guard and go to O T S Band l 2 Spanxsh Club 1 A Speech Club 3 4 May Festrval Everything IS sweetened by ns 51. has "Flin, Charles Vaughn Iones Chuck I refuse to answer that ques tlon on the grounds that lt mlght tend to mcrlmmate me Basketball 1 Football l 2 3 2 3 4 Vxce Pres 3 Pres 4 H1Y 2 Treasurer 2 Track 3 4 Var slty E 3 4 Stadlum 'Commxttee 3 4 Basketball Manager 3 Dramatlc Club 4 Hall Guard 4 Iubllee 4 Y Teen Kmg 4 The thtrst after happmess IS never extmgulshed ln the heart ot man '36 fbs 'Gun-9 Sandra Darlene Davrs Sandy To go to Busmess College and work 1n an olhce Y Teens 4 Dramatlc Club 4 A stxll small volce 4-'I-,P Dorothy Lee Dutf Dorothy To always wear a smlle Treat each man as mV brother To always use my helpmg hand And know God holds the other B nd I 2 3 4 Orchestra I 4 YTeensl 23 4 C lam 2 3 4 Iumor Cholrl Bell es 2 3 L der 2 Mellowtones 2 Latln Club 2 3 Haromano 3 Natxonal Honor So ctety 3 4 Blble Club 3 4 Stu dent Councll 3 4 Secretary 4 Speech Club 4 FTA 4 Senior Executxve Commxttee 4 Ellehan Star 4 Assocrate Edxtor 4 Elle han Staff 4 Club Edxtor 4 God helps those who help themselves . ,,I ,, . . .. . .. - t- . ' ' ' ' ' "- - 1 Q ' . S , Q '- . I 1. I I A l Fai .- 4-X ' A rr 4 -Q, lin' 5457? , Spanish Club li Iunior Ch0if 45 Ir. Choir lg Student Coulncill ll U ' f 1 5 I 7 ' I . ' I I ' I ', 2, 3, 7 - , , , gl hfm- l h I ' I 5 , l - ' l - - ton I ,l 4: ea ,'3, 45 gl ,ps fix yr' Dorthuyean Coleman Dorothy To araduate from Akron U and become successful throuahout 1 e YTeens l 2 Spamsh Club l GAA l 2 3 4 Cheerleaderl Lxbrary Stall l Student Councxl Z 3 4 Caleterxa Staff 2 Drama txc Club 2 3 4 Mlnstrel Show 2 Chrlstmas Paaeant 2 YTeen 3 4 Y'l'een Basketball 2 3 4 Hall Guard 3 Speech Club 4 Athletrcs tn all forms appeal to her CLASS MOTTO I wrll study and prepare and perhaps some day my chance w111 come aim '? V--wr Margaret Ann Belt: Margxe To put my hrqh school educa t1on to aood use Iackson l-lxqh 3 Calm of mrnd all passron spent C LASS POEM Our hrgh school days are over now we ll each go on our way Perhaps we ll never meet agaln Perhaps we shall someday And rf someday we chance to meet We ll probably laugh and srgh And remrmsce bout the good ole days We spent at Ellet H1gh Cl-A-Sb FLOWER Our days at Ellet have been swell And rn the past we ve had our fun But this rs what we hope and pray The future holds for everyone. Fame and rrches, all these thrngs No, we don't ask for such Though many may receive them We don't ask for quxte so much. May everyone be happy May our hves be fllled wrth song. May God be always near us To help each one along, Red and Wh1te Carnahon . ' x ., ' Q I 5111 a f N M ...Va 1 .V 'al X . fs 1't, - A . B I I 'n I H . I . . . .,,, . . , 1 . . : : - , , 1 : ' : - , 1 - , . : ' . , . , . , . ' ' f N If , - . , ' 1 O Section 3'--I Darlene Penn, do hereby will rriy purple "nose warrrierf to anyone who na.: a cold nose Section 4 -I Hugh Fortney do herelcy will my ability on the arzrirrorr to lrzz, Tipton with :great et-tpectfrtions Section 5-A-l, IJavi.I Frtise do hereby will to ar.y un- fortunate junior L-oy witricut a class nickr.arr.e, the one which I hope to leave here Section 64-I lon Galit do herely will nxy ability to blush tc any junior who :reeds it. Section 74I Ioyce Gordon do hereby will to Tommie Yoder, the ,space on Mzs lJ'Jil.:on.s boarl where I put my narne every morning Section B-I Shirley Grant, do hereby will my ability to roam the halls, to larzrrh in Mr. Sword 1: clans, and to keep Mrs. 'Wilson F1'lt'3.lflli7I where I am during homeroom, to Marsha I5ir'.ri.:, with the hope that she doesn't get kicked out ol school. Section QAI Pat Greenleaf, do hereby will to De Ann Stipe, all of my grundunes, ding-bats, and scala- wags, with the hope that she can control them. ARTICLE V Section lei, Donna Griffith, do iierely will my famous pocketbook, to anyone who needs an overnight bag, Section 2-I, Sue Griffith, do hereby will to Bill Antes my ability to ignore the rattles in a certain black Mercury. Section 3-I, Grace Hitler do hezeby will rr.y ability to be kept alter school ir: Mr: Swords class, to any junior with lots of time Section 4-I, Howard I-Ianiiltori, .Io hereby will my speed and finesse on the baslcetlgall court, to Cisco Damato. Section 5-I, Carolyn Hardesty, do hereby will my ability to get along so well with Mrs. Wilson, to Stanley Ile, and my seat at all the games, to Ruth Congrove. Have fun, Section 6-I, Richard Hardesty, do hereby will my ability to get along with Miss Rauch in fifth period study hall, to anyone who can handle it. Section 7-I, Bernard Harland, do hereby will to my brother Kenneth, my business English notebook, Good luck. Section 8-I, Ioan Harlarpd, do hereby will rr.y nick- name Idimplesj to my brother Kenny, hoping he likes it better than I do. Section 9-I, Tom Harless, do hereby will my water- proof wrist watch to Tom Pfautz You can't wind it, you have to give it artificial respiration once a day. Section IO-I, Margaret Havens, do hereby will my ability to think faster and tall: faster than Miss Launtz when receiving an "F" from Mrs. Wilson. ARTICLE VI Section I-I, Alma Holler, do hereby will my seat in photography to Pat Regan. Section Zfl, jan Holmes, do hereby will my own pri- vate gold plated war club, to Eddie Ijelly beanj Muir. Section 3-I, Carolyn Hone, do hereby will to my brother Larry, as rrxany good times as I have had in high school Section 4-I, Richard Hoover, do hereby will my battle station in fifth pe-nofl study hall to whoever sits there next year, Section 5--I, lame.: Householder, do hereby will my ability to run errands for Mrs. Wilson, to Ken Kavali. Section 6-I, Brian jones. do hereby will to Mr. Snyder, one bell so that he can have the custodian install it in his class of '56 senior boys' homeroom. Section 7-I, Charles jones, do hereby will my un- earthly nickname of Gump, back to Snake, Section B-l, David Iones, do hereby will my millions to Harry. Section 9-I, Margie Kennedy, do hereby will my ability to be quiet, to Hazel Blakney. Section I0-I, Robert Kennedy do hereby will my brother my ability to :stay in hiah school five years. ARTICLE VII Section l-I loyce Kinney do hereby will my special everyday assignrrient in Mr. Swords senior problems class to any unexpected junior. Section 2-I, Martha Kovacich, do hereby will Mrs. vfiisons zeros with a dot in the rrriddle, to any de- serving person. Section 3--I, Betty Laird do hereby will to Bob Wer- ner, rny ability to walk out oi library without a hall pass. Section 4-I, Phyllis Lance, do hereby will my luck with preachers to Louise Wiley. Section 5-I, Aaron Lavender, am hereby sorryg but I can't leave anything, my wife has it all. Section 6-I, Harold Leek, do hereby will my looks to some junior girl. Section 7-I, Loraine Lewis, do hereby will to any future journalism student, my ability to sit in journal- ism class and listen to Diana Craig tell silly jokes without getting caught. IAdvisor's Notet You, too?l Section 8-I. Roy Liggett, do hereby will to my brother Bob. my ability to drive for a week on an empty gas tank. Section 9-I. Pat Linn, do hereby will my ability to stay out of trouble. to Mike Fiasco. Section I0-QI, Marian Longstreth, do hereby will to Mary Ann Scovern, my smiling face in senior prob- lems class because I feel she will need it. ARTICLE VIII Section l-I, james Lutes, do hereby will a few of my "birthdays" to anyone who thinks he can make better use of them than I did. Section 2-I, Roy Manges, do hereby will to Dick Fisher, my little black book of phone numbers and hope that he puts it to as good a use as I have. Section 3--I, Donna Marcinko, do hereby will to any- one who wants it, my ability to take shorthand. Section 4- I, Patricia Marcinko, do hereby will the good times I had going out for advertising in journal- ism, to any future journalist who likes ice cream cones and cokes. tAdvisor's Note: You're kiddingll Section 5--I, Donald Marsh, do hereby will my acting ability, to any of my thousands of brothers. Section 6-I, Barbara Marshall, do hereby will to my sister Peggy, my ability to roam in the halls during all of Mrs. McGuire's classes. Section 7-I, Rose Martin, do hereby will my position in the trombone line, to Ianice and Beverly in hopes that they can do a better job than I did. Section 8-I, Edward Mathers, do hereby will my bas- ketball shoes to coach, for another possible star. Section 9-I, Carol Mathews, do hereby will to Helen Mathews, my never-ending ability to be late to fifth period study hall. Section IO-I, Gerald Matthews, do hereby will all my bad grades to file thirteen. ARTICLE IX Section I-I, Maureen McClung, do hereby will to any junior, all the laughs and good times I have had in cooking. I Section 2-I, Gertrude Mertens, do hereby will to Harold Salisbury, all the lost chocolate-chip cookies in the back of the band bus. fHappy hunting, HaroId.j Section 3-I, David Miller, do hereby will my athletic experiences to anybody who wants to sit on the bench. Section 4-I, Patricia Miller, do hereby will to my brother Bud, my position on the Iunior Board of Trustees. Section 5-I, Barbara Montgomery, do hereby will to any poor junior girl who likes to be teased every day and twice on Sunday, my "tag" Bubbles. Section 5-I, Patricia Morgan, do hereby will to my sisters and brothers, all the luck in the world in English. Section 7-I, Harold Nelson, do hereby will all of my old pictures from photography class, to Mr. Smetts, to be used as examples of how not to make your pictures. Section 8-I, Ioyce Nicely, do hereby will to my sister Valerie, my ability to take an extra vacation from school. Section 9-I, Michael Nicolino, do hereby will my ability to act in plays for Mrs. Wilson, to Iim Tipton. Section IU-l, Charles Nutter, do hereby will my ter- rific grades, to jim Dye and freckles to Ray Stair. ARTICLE X Section I-I, Iames O'Neill, do hereby will my can of red paint to any junior with a white Plymouth. Section 2-I, Gary Perkins, do hereby will my slide rule to some junior who may use it better than I did. Section 3-I, Charles Portz, do hereby will my front seat in fifth period study hall to anyone who wants to get into trouble fast. Section 4-I, Beverly Radonovich, do hereby will my two crazy periods in Art class, to Peggy Kibble. Section 5-I, Mary Reschke, do hereby will my posi- tion as head majorette, my beat-up boots, tights, and whistle, to Cheryl Petraitis and Carol Kleiber, in the hopes that they'll have as much fun as I did at the games and summer practice. Section 6--l, Karen Ricketts, do hereby will to Mr. Sword, a more durable footstool that won't wear down as fast as his present wastepaper basket. Section 7--I, Kenneth Ricks, do hereby will my brother George, everything of mine he can find that he will have. Section 8-I, Edward Rife, do hereby will my good fortunes in sports to my little brother Gary, who isn't very little anymore. Section 9-I, Ioy Riffle, do hereby will my southern accent to Mike Flasco. Section IO-I, Maxine Riggs, do hereby will my sister Darlene, the ability to get dotted zeros in Mrs. Wil- son's dramatics class. ARTICLE XI Section I-I, Helen Robinson, do hereby will my ability to Sheila Grimm, to get along with her teachers as well as I have. Section 2-I, Shirley Robinson, do hereby will to any deserving junior, my ability to have the ringside seat in Mrs, McGuire's homeroom. Section 3-I, Barbara Rosser, do hereby will my ability to get along with Mrs. Wilson, to any junior who can use it. Section 4-I, Rae Rotondo, do hereby will to Claudia Mathias, my ability to be Mr. I-layden's secretary, in hopes that she doesnt mind spending all her spate time in the typing room. Section 5-I, Sylvia Houser, do hereby will the ability to becoirie a senior, to my brother, Dick. Section B-I, Beverly Royer, do hereby will my rides with Mr. Sword, to any junior who thinks they can talk him into them. Section 7-I, Iack Schonauer, am taking my will with me. Section 8-I, Carole Sewell, do hereby will my ability to have two tree periods to day, to Mary Scavern, in the hopes that she has as much luck and fun as I did. Section 9-I, Charles Snowden, do hereby will the seat that Larry Ford willed to me in senior problems, to Iim Tipton, with hopes that he can do better than I did. Section IU-I, Carol Sowers, do hereby will to Cheryl Carpenter and Linda Gandee, all my smiles for Mr. Sword. ARTICLE XII Section l-I, Mary jane Stalnaker, do hereby will my seat by Larry Beam in senior choir, to Susie Layne. Here-'s hoping he doesn't get you into as much trouble as he did me. Section 2-I, Richard Starkey, do hereby will all my good grades from Mrs. Wilson, to anybody who likes to pass by the skin of their teeth. Section 3-I, Virginia Stevenson, do hereby will all of my five feet, to Donnas Smyth, in hopes she lives down the word shorty. Section 4-I, Richard Streich, do hereby will my jersey number 42, to first string left guard of next year's football team. Section 5-I, Larry Teeling, do hereby will to George Lewis, my ability to get A's on a 92213 average in Mr. Snyder's geometry class. Section 6-I, Gloria Trennell, do hereby will to Denver Conley, my ability for telling answers to tests in Mrs. Wilson's dramatic class, and being sent up to one of her tinest seats. Section 7-I, Phyllis Trout, do hereby will to Patty Lowe, my ability to type 80 words a minute'with only 79 mistakes. Section 8-I, Iuris Upatnieks, do hereby will my good luck of getting in and out of American literature class without being hit by a flying eraser, or chalk, to any junior. Section 9-I, Christine Vafiades, do hereby will to loyce Whitmer, my good times and bad grades in chemistry class. Section IO-I, Mickey Vasil, do hereby will my narrow locker, to anyone who doesnt own a notebook. ARTICLE XIII Section l-I, Edward Vrable, do hereby will my ability to always get along with Mrs. Wilson, to anybody who is patient enough to try. Section 2-I, Shirley Walker, do hereby will my comb and mirror, to any junior girl with unruly natural curly hair. Section 3-I, Iames Wallace, do hereby leave. Section 4-I, Robert Waltenbaugli, do hereby will all my girls, to Bob Higgins. Section 5-l, Marla Washburn, do hereby will all my year's schoolwork, to Mr. Sword. Section 6-I, Donna Watson, do hereby will to Betty Fairman, the privilege of sitting next to "Pauly" in study hall, and being able to cope with his corney jokes. Section 7-I, Dave Whitmer, won't will anything, but I'll sell it to you. Section 8-I, Donna Witner, do hereby will to my sister Karen, my ability to lose Moms best wash- cloths in the girls' locker room. Section 9-l, Io Ann Wood, do hereby will to Loretta Epling, all my memories about waiting tor late buses just in order to come to school. ARTICLE XIV Section l-We, the senior class, do hereby will to Mrs. McGuire, a quieter home-room. Section 2-We, the senior class, do hereby will to Mrs. Wilson a larger watering can in hopes that she can water all her flowers in one trip. Section 3-We, the senior class, do hereby will to Mr. Snyder an adding machine so that he can add up all the make-ups the senior boys get. Section 4-We, the senior class, do hereby will to Mr. Sword, a new basketball uniform for next year's Senior-Faculty game. Me e ndom, law ?fw It was the year l97U and all over the United States invitations were being received by all those who had been in the class of 55. Of course l received mine, too. It informed me that there was to be a class reunion and all former pupils of Elle-t were to return to their Alma Mater, There with the teachers who had seen us through our school years, we talked over old times and spoke of ambitions which had been fulfzlled. Cne of the first to arrive was Ronnie Combs in his new Cadillac con- vertible. Right behind him was loyce Gordon in her red convertible. I was anxious to meet my old school chums and see just what had become of tliezn. Over in a corner I saw a group of girls who seemed to have the same inter- ests. It didnt take me long to find out that they were all secretaries Among them I noticed my old friends, Donna Marcinko, Barbara Marshall, Donna Griffith, Sandy Davis, Ioartn Campbell, Betty Laird, Nancy Ellis, Carole Sewell, and Martha Kovacich. In another corner I overheard Don Marsh sharing some of his medical experiences with some of his fellow cohorts. In this group I recognized Nancy Arnold, Virginia Stevenson, Pat Miller, Pat Morgan, Margie Kennedy, and Bette Bertsch. Tom I-Iarless, who had become a doctor, was also there telling them about his experiences in curing tobacco. I was sorry to hear that not all my classmates were able to attend. Aaron Lavender was in India, and Dave Fraze was stranded on an island in the middle of Lake Nipissing because his boat drifted away. I was glad to hear, however, that Ken Cordier had finally reached the moon. lim Householder and Ed Vrable were still dodging Uncle Sam while others were-n't quite so lucky. Working for the red, white, and blue, were Bernie Harland, Ion Galit, Mickie Vasil, Charles Butler, Chuck Iones, and Larry Teeling, I strolled over to the parking lot and I noticed that quite a few of the cars had out-of-state licenses. Some of these belonged to Ronnie Conrad, Dick I-Iardesty, Chuck Portz, Ioanne Harland, Ed Delviask, and Chuck Snowden. At the ball field I stopped to watch some of the chil- dren playing. I saw some with "butch" haircuts and I just knew they belonged to Sue Griffith, Darlene Penn and Ioann Wood came over to talk to me and they told me that they couldn't bring their platoons along because there weren't enough buses. 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Q7-X 6 ff' T M GQ- Elawee V xi 'Y 0 o f 'iw gy X i 5 9 ff fix Q xX, 2? 4, :anim Qidflfdfly The Iun1or Clas of 55 ha really had a busy year and has certa1nly been well represented tn practtcally all the clubs and sports act1v1t1es throughout the school The ftrst thtng we dui 111 tl1e fall wa to elect our class off1cers wh1ch resulted IH Bob Stbley re1gn1ng as pres1dent Stanley Ile a v1ce pres1dent E1leen Br1tta1n as secretary and Mar ha Davt as treasurer Susie Layne pounded the gavel a pres1dent of Ir Red Cross w1th Daun Bonner lame W1ldrnan Marg1e Lutes Kelth Watson Torn Gearhart backlng l1er up as representat1ve G A A was headed by all Iunrors th1s year w1th Betty Lou Parman as prestdent Marsha Davts as VICE pres1dent Beth Ba1ley a secretary and Soma Ham1l ton actlng as treasurer Larry Kelley served as treasurer for Sen1or Cho1r and was also a member of the Boys Quartet s1ng1ng bar1tone and w1th lack Lee sxngmg bass Our representatlves rn Student Councll were Marsha DQVIS Nancy Edwards Ianle W11dman Bob S1bley Iack Lee Ben Fought Wllh D1ck Holloman act1ng as v1ce presldent and E1leen Br1tta1n as correspondxng secretary E1leen Br1tta1n also served as treasurer for the Lat1n Club along w1th Soma Ham1lton who was veep and Martha Hyre as secretary For tne largest B1ble Club IH the state Ieff H111 acted as presldent Wllh Daun Bonner managtng the treasury S1ght1ng targets and cleamng guns was pract1ced by qu1te a few boys 1n the B1fle Club and when they held the1r meet1ngs Bob Sxbley led the meet1ng as pres1dent w1th D1ck BIIIIDQS as VICE pres1dent Bob Br1tta1n secretary and Laddy Kmght treasurer H1 Teens was supported by several g1rls w1th C1aud1a Mathtas as veep and Tomm1e Yoder as treasurer A new club at Ellet th1s year was the Future Teachers of Amer1ca But nevertheless the Iumors were aga1n well represented 1n members and off1cers wtth Nancy Edwards re1gn1ng as pres1dent Shelly Hartz as VICG pres1dent E1leen Br1tta1n as treasurer Iudy Vantca as htstorlan and Hope Snyder as chapla1n Peggy K1bble served as ecretary of tl1e Art Club and Beth Balley worked on the Peoples Hospxtal Board Carol Schlos nagle Laddy Kmght Ieff H111 and D1ck Holloman d1d a f1ne Job 1n the sprtng play Polnts were really racked up by the Iuntor Y Teen basketball members Marsha Dav1s Nancy Orcutt CIaud1a MGlhlGS SUSIE Layne Ian Evans Barbara Halt Cheryl Carpenter Soma Ham1lton Chr1st1na Crum Mardella Montgomery Betty DGVIS and Ruth Boggs They had a very successful season In the mus1c department we were nght at the top of the 11st w1th such group as the D1x1eland Band wh1ch IS led by B111 Butcher on the trumpet and Ierry Thornton play1ng the bass horr Another mustcal group 1 the Belltones to wh1ch Shelly Hartz Charlotte Kyker Marg1e Lutes and Iame W1ldman lend the1r talents Of course there IS Sen1or Cho1r wh1ch IS accom par1ed by our own Betty Fatrman There were many members of our class 1n the Cho1r but I1m1ted space doesnt perm1t us to name them all now Durmg our f1ne football season Tomalm Yoder Nancy Qrcutt and Marg1e Showalter were Manorettes who helped lead the Band clown the f1e1d The Band also COHIGIHS many members of our class Our f1ne Vars1ty Cheerleadtng squad was made up ent1rely of Iun1ors w1th Betty Lou Parman captam Beth Ba1ley Nancy Wrsor and Ioyce W1lson leadlng the cheers Mar1lyn St1llweIl also served well on the Reserve Cheerlead1ng squad along w1th Iudy Vanlca an alternate season were Irm T1pton Bob Putman D1ck Underwood Bob S1bley D1ck Ftsher Stanley Ile lack Lee B111 Emertck Roddy DeWalt George LGWIS Bob Wagner and Kenny Kavalt was one of the managers We are very proud of all these boys who helped glve us a good football season The H1 Y Club c1a1med qu1te a few Iun1or members and off1cers Ilm T1pton served as treasurer Bob Put man as chapla1n Kenny Kavalt as secretary and Stanley Ile was chapla1n dunng the second semester Our basketball team was also a h1gh spot at Ellet th1s year Those rack1ng up the DOIHYS for the VGTSIIY squad were Bob Putman D1ck Underwood and Ken Dunlap B111 Emenck and Stanley Ile were on the Reserve squad We were very proud of lack Lee who served on the vars1ty basketball team and also made the thzrd squad All C1ty Basketball Team Our attendants to the Queens th1s year were the pxck of the crop ludy Iohnson was our attendant to the Homecom1ng Queen wh11e Cheryl Carpenter was our Basketball attendant Roddy DeWalt and Wanda Kuhl were L11 Abner and Datsy Mae for the IUHIOIS on Sadte Hawkms Day Yes 1954 55 has been a real busy school year for tl1e Iun1ors We have worked hard and had a good t1me too but we st1ll have another year of Hlgh School and we know at w1ll be even better than th1s one has been Well see you agaln next fall lame Wrldman A . . . 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I , A, Xt ,fy f fl A if I ,V I ,Mi Q: 5 ' Vd- V12 Q-il , 4? .:,V t . ,V W '. 3 1 ' ' A .rz I M .r': Q f Q R, ' 43, .. 1 ,, ' I ' ' 1' 'X "lV , - ' f Q 1 +41 'Sf f f' ,fl . ,14w ii , f M h d l 'N d R R R ' R f' . g -f f' W J o f ,,, Q ' :V -I z Zvzzv 11,17 5 e Qddldflg As the 1954 55 term comes to a close we look back rnto the past and fmd the Tenth grade well repre sented rn clubs sports and varrous acttvltres Sports were ot great rnterest to us On the co champxonshtp football team were Bob Tlpton Ed Mutr Terry Goodpasture Irm Goodpasture Steve Mofht Gary Nutter Martm Carpenter Dave Vance Ronnte Heavner and Francts Damato Those who made a good showmg on the reserve basketball team were Gary Nutter Ierry Goodpasture Irm Goodpasture and Gary Curtrs Bxll Washburn Bob Trpton Gary Ftrte and Larry Beam were on both res rve and varsrty teams The Y Teen basketball players from the tenth grade were Pat Heaton Sandy Mrlhoan Harrret Bush Donna Musleve and Myrna Smlth There were erghteen students partxcrpatrng rn the band wrth Iudy Bank and Sandy Steen actlng as band managers Lu Ann Myers represerted the tenth grade on the Maporette lme The Semor Chotr was greatly helped out by twenty ttve sophomore Our royalty for the Homecomrng pourt was Iudy Globtts She also recetved the honor of belng chosen Queen of the Sweetheart Dance L1nda Elmore was an attendant to the Basketball Court Carol Dtemer and Francrs Damato were nomrnated as our Darsy Mae and Ltttle Abner representatlves The otfrcers of the Iunror Y Teens were Harrret Rush pre rdent Pat Queen vrce presrdent Karen Elle! sec retary and Mmam Feeman as treasurer The Bed Cross Representatrves and the1r alternates were Noel Caldwell Gary Curtrs Ben Hurr Paul Rettew Bob Trpton Ieante Lewts Phyllrs Grvens Carrte Werner Pat Queen Anlta Buchs and Linda Elmore Dave Sauer Nelson Baker Larry Beam Iean Iohn son Mary Strrckland and Harnet Rush were ln Student Councrl Nelson Mary and Harriet were also on the school nng commrttee Carol Dtemer Pat Queen Sandra Ice Ray Roy Steve Moffltt and Larry Beam were all on the Jacket commrttee As a class we ve been very actxve tn our tenth year and hoptng to be more so next year Karen Ellet I ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 , . l - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 'E 1 1 1 1 , . - S. . A 1- 6. . . , ' . -I 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 - 1 , 1 1 1 1 . . 1 Celra Arkey Eleanor Barna Ameta Barron Pauhne Baskey Barbara Brege Barbara Brshop Barbara Brxler Ioan Blakney Amta Buchs Nancy Buckner Luclnda Cable Charlene Campbell Donna Chapman Mary Ellen Clark Rue Neldra Clark Helen Coburn Jauruta Crrne Mary Crrne Terry Cross Sally Cunrungham Dorothy Dalarla Barbara Demary Carol Dremer Karen Ellet Lrnda Elmore Miriam Feeman Mary Flower Ileth Galllon Sandra Garrison Dorothy Gilmore Phyllis Givens I udith Globits Beverly Gougler Charlene Haylett Patricia Heaton fm 4+ ,fs .fy- '86 Ayr J sa 1, . .IV 'Xl B E Mrla Holler Marrlyn Hummel L1nda Hurdt Sandra Ice Jean Johnson Regrna Jones Maxrne Joy Frances Kaess Mary Ktnepp Kathryn Knott Sarah Kura Jeanmc Lewxs Donna Lustrc Marrlyn Lynn Carol Mabry Sandra Mrlhoan Nancy Morgan Wrlma Morgan Patrxcra Murphy Luann Myers Lynn Myers Valerre N1ce1y Rebecca Osborne Bett Petty Roberta Purtz Patrxcxa Queen Iudrth Rank Paurcra Reagan Mary Jane Rerd Nancy Ross Harrret Rush Charlotte Salmons Beverly Schuckert Clara Scoarse 1 'PW uwfv XIXAAA 'fn N f Sa uc ,b I fl s Aff 1 4. fa, . 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I ,X '86 ,fr X6Q 1-'W -X V' madman Qfdetwzg The graduatmg class ot 58 partrcrpated m many clubs sports and school actxvrtres Lookrng back 1nto September we started the year by electmg Iunror Red Cross representatives they were Larry Combs Karen Conner Elrana Flamlm Gerald Nahas George RICKS and Ianet Wrlson Our Student Councll members were Ray Ashton Iudy Ohlrlch Pat Rxddel and Bob Sanko Future football stars of Ellet are Roger Baldmger Roger Cook B111 Graham Iohn Haylett Al Kendall Lowell Kuhl Don Lamlson Gerald Nahas Dan Roth Drck Rouser and Bob Sanko Those boys played on the Reserve team The Freshmen also had a basketball team made up of Roger Baldrnger Frank Brown Pat Carter Ed Castner Roger Cook Iohn Duff Iohn Hay lett Tom HOpk1nS Delmer Ile Txm Probst Dan Roth Dxck Rouser and Bob Sanko One Freshman made the Reserve team He was Iohn Stock The Freshmen cheerleaders were l..aVon Hiller cap tam Bev Dxll Sandy Dobbs and Pat Gallt The gxrls werent to be outdone by the boys 1n sports There were seven g1rl on the Sophomore Y Teen Basketball team They were Loretta Eplmg Pat Gaht LaVon Hxller Iudy Ohlnch Sandy Sllfe Bev Sutherland and Nancy Wilson A new group was started thms year called Iumor GAA Its f1rst offlcers were Iudy Ohlrlch presldent Pat Gallt v1ce presrdent Sandy Brxcker secretary Ioyce Whltmer treasurer There were twenty srx other g1rls rn thrs organxzatron Our attendant to the Homecomlng Court was Pat Gaht For the f1rst trme Ellet celebrated a Sadie Hawkrns Day whxch was a blg success Its Freshmen attendants were Karen Conner and Iohn Haylett After a success basketball season we chose Sandy Banyar as a Basketball attendant In the musrcal held Freshmen had a large attend ance ln the drfferent choxrs Ronme Hull Ilm Parker Dan Roth and Bob Sanko were all tn the Senxor Cholr In Iumor Choxr we had Sherman Axhne Roger Bald mger Pat Carter Blame Conrad Larry Dukeman Iohn Haylett Ioe Heckerman Tom Irlerhold Tom Hopkxns Al Kendall, Russell Nelson Trm Probst and Tom Yenglmg A new Freshman Gnrls Chorr was formed thls year by Mrs Hanson The ofhcers were Bev Sutherland presrdent Deanna Dewberry v1ce presxdent Bonme Boyer secretary and Marsha Horton treasurer There were slxty erght ln thrs cholr The girls ln the Smgers group were Bonme Boyer Karen Conner Pat Gallt Celra HIQQIHS Sandy North rop Iackre Plerce Doris Sees and Bev Sutherland Out of a l1ne of elght majorettes we were honored to have four of them Freshmen Recexvmg the honors were Karen Conner Sandy Crutchheld Carol Klxeber Cheryl Petra1t1s and Ann Senn Playmg ln the band were thrrty four Freshmen members To go on to the other clubs we have Iumor Y Teens whlch boasted thlrtyflve Freshmen members Iudy Ohlrlch was chaplam for thx club The artxstlc mem bers ol the class were Teresa Mrller Ruby Mullins and Peggy Peterson Sandy Dobbs and Kenny Myers had th honor of belongrng to the Natronal Thespran Soclety Lrnda Lambert Susan Head Iudy Hlnkle were members of the Dramatxc Club Ellets Blble Club was the largest rn the state this year Those helplng to make xt so were Sandy Brlcker Sandy Dobbs Carol Congrove Ianet Wrlson Iudy Ohlrlch Loretta Ephng Iudy Hmkle Bev Dxll Ruby Mullins Teresa Muller Pat Penotte Annette Morgan Peggy Peterson and Ian Crawford There were also Freshmen students rn the school service groups On the cafeterxa staff were Annette Morgan Nancy Neale Ianet Wllson Carol Congrove Iames Coleman and Carol Unger We had only one hall guard and she was Karen Fought Cheryl Petrantxs Carol Klleber and Ray Ash ton were on the Lxbrary staff Those who were fortunate enough to make Fxrst Honor Roll were Sandy Banyar Ehana Flamrm Karen Fought Pat Galxt Donna Lowe Teresa Mxller Cheryl Petrams Bev Sutherland Ron me Prltchard and Bob Sanko We the Freshman class are lookmg forward to our Sophomore year hopxng to make rt even more success ful than 1954-55 Pat Galrt I I ' ' ' ' . . 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ELEVENTH GRA DE Kay Finzer Mary Huddleston Frank Prunestr Judy Vanrca John Wagner TENTH GRADE James Bader Ruby Barr Carol Duke Timmy Joseph Leroy Linton Larry Martin Ted Miller B111 Molson Don Nrcols Frank Seiler Carol Sheets Alan Slife Shirley Peck NINTH GRADE Joan Brley Judy Boone Bill Bunton Robert Chester Blaine, Conrad James Dukeman James Dye Dick Huddleston Barbara Kramer Ralph Laird Henry Miller Kenneth Porter Lrroy Wilson EIGIITH GRADE Barbara Anders Phyllis Bianchi Pat Burnette Dick Detamore Donald Dlbble Buey Hershman Donald Miller Paul wood BEVENTI1 GRADE Mary Archer Gerald Blorn Gary Burcheu Bob Lerb James Madden Linda Perkins Phillip Sohiffbauer Eddie Swaugjer I 7145 calmed Ray Davis Eugene Fosnight g KX 5 K-N Fw 42 I W2 Pl M 662414 5 Sewdce Quay 'vx 0 S ff A K X 6 xx A f ,fy X ,ll 5 X f 5 X J 2 ID Q' I , Z "-Z: lf X 7 4 X 1 fi-.7 ij i i -g-' td- A I Stcmfeaz! acmccl Pre rdent Chuck Iones Vlce Presrdent Drck Hollomdn Recordrng becretory Dorothy Duff Correspondrng Secretory Erleen Brrttcun Treasurer Iurrs Upcxtmecks Advrsors Mrss Lduntz Mr Snyder 724Zwnal Wane Saccely President Yee...e, ,ee, .v,.eee,....ww.,.re I u ris Updtniecks Vice President ,, ,rd,, . r....e . ,,e,,..,.. , Doris Cozdd Secretory .....,r.eY,.,e,..,ew..,Vsss, Borbcxrcx Montgomery Treasurer ..,,.o.v.v,..vw.,....., ....v.oov.....o.,., K en Cordier Advxsor ..............o....o.,..w..,...,.........,...r. Mrs. Wrlson Zilla 66:45 Presldent Vrce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Advlsor 6641604 Geoffrey H111 Phylhs Gwens Carolyn Hone Daun Bonner Mrs Ellet fed eww PF Pres1dent Suzanne Layne Vrce Pres1dent Ion Gaht Secretary Barbara Marshall Treasurer Lu Ann Myers Advrsor Mrs Smrth an S 66:46 President Ion Galit Vrce Presrdent Ioyce Parndon Secretary Nancy Cottle Treasurer Dorothy Duff Advlsor Mrs Ellet -fdluz 6545 V1ce Presrdent Soma Hamxlton Secretary Martha Hyre Treasurer Exleen Brlttam Advlsor Mlss Hall I President 1 ...,.o.,,...............,..,.........o Iuris Upatniecks 216- 2 I '5i' 1st Semester 2nd Semester Presldent Dave Frase Howard Hamllton V1ce Presxdent Ed Rlfe hm Householder Secretary Ken Ixavah Larry Teelmg Treasurer hm Trpton Irm Trpton Adv1 or Mr Smetts 71 7eemz X Pres1dent Kay Fasxg Vrce Presxdent C1aud1a Mathxas Secretary Ioyce Gordon Treasurer Tomahn Yoder Q 9 .a . - rx K . . y . 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Ol W Wietw Ellet Hlgh Grtdders brought back the flrst grtd tltle IH 18 years wtth one ot the most successful seasons ex er turned out by an Ellet team Onlf two games darkened the outlook for the Orangemen The hrst of two poor showtngs came agamst the team we were later to be t1ed wxth for the Metro crown The other was agamst our arch rlvals Sprlngheld Alter bemg squeezed out 7 6 by North rn the pre v1ew Ellet traveled to Canton Trmken where they held the hrghly touted Trolans to a scoreless t1e on a very wot and soggy tteld The Orangemen traveled to Wadsworth for the1r flrst Metro League encounter Howard Ham1lton led the Orange sconng attack w1th 20 pomts as the Orange men walked ott w1th a 27 7 vxctory Ellet made the hrst of 1ts two poor showxngs at Norton as they dropped the1r ftrst and most d1sastrous game 6 2 Playmg most of the game near Nortons goal lme Ellet Just couldnt push the ball across The Homecommg game was played at Old Forge Fteld agamst a much larger Kent Roosevelt team Ed Rtfe ran wrld scormg three ttrnes as the Orange t1de rolled over the Teddtes 26 12 The Stow Bulldogs were expected to qtve Ellet a hard trme of 1t, but the Orangemen led by Ed R1l6lS three touchdowns and the hard runnmg of hm Trpton, walked oft wlth a declstve 34 7 vlctory V n , , lf , 1 ga, - rf 1, ww 5 -f W, - V -, G' "xr QA. 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I . , , . 3 6440944 When Vllet traveled to Spnrtafteld Townshtp tt was anothe one o tho e mqht they lust d1dnt have rt n the ftrst half the Spa tarts scored four ttmes ard qatned 250 yards In the second half the Oranqemen carre around and showed he Spartan that they could play football They held Sp tnafteld to 26 yards rushtrg ard scored once themselves The ftnal score was 24 6 The long t ID to Ntles turned out to be a profxtable one even thouah rt spelled the thtrd defeat for the Oranaernen N1les ranked twelfth ln the state poll wa very much urprrsed when L11 Old Ellet tnvaded thetr town and almost went home wtth an upset Ellet fumbled the opemna klckoff to set of Nlles frrst touch down In the thtrd quarter a bad break stopped fllet cormq threat ln the fourth perrod a pa to Bob Tipton went for the core When the qun oundecl Ellet was on the short end of the score l2 7 but they had played one of the be t qarnes all ye rr Tallrnadae proved a t1ff te t for the O anqemen but Fuzzy Fortney ca'ne throuah rn the ptnch scortnq one touchdown and ktcktna two en-'t a potnts Itm Tlpton scored the other touchdown as Ellet queezed by the Blue Devrls 14 13 Tted wtth Norton for second Ellef was lust one half qame behtnd the leader Coventry Havtna a chance to earn a t1 for th M fro Crown the Orangemen traveled to Coventry to battle the mlqhty Comets lt was Ellet all the way wtth frm Ttpton and Fuzzy Fort ney dotng the scorma The ftnal score was 13 6 and Ellet had 1ts frrst Metro Champtonshrp m 18 years QR L NJ Qual Qfoaow Hugh Fortney A11 Metro Co Ccxptczm Ho cud Hum li n Co Ccpicun All Metro All D1Sff1Ct Co Captcm Icmes Cebu All Metro Co Captom Charles Iones Ed R116 All Meiro All Metro Co Ccptom 6 5 lt? 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Q J n- ' L .1 - Af 9 g ' t N X , kk V1 f x A ' 3 , , S '41 Wdfwily 7oaz'da!Z 7mm bf gr Eeufzae Qaafdall 7eam Ed Rite All Ctty All Drstrtct Captam lack Lee All Ctty eweetdal The Ellet Orangemen entered thetr second season ln the Ctty Serres corrrpetrtron handtcapped by the lack of herght and won only three out of srxteen games played However they came back st ong dur mg the drstrrct tournaments lastrng three games rn the c e lhe ftrst game of the Orange rrens basketball sea son wrth Coventry at the Ellet gym was the begrn nrng of many closely scored games throughout the eason The strorg Coventry frve led durtng the frrst half 42 29 Ellet outscored Coventry by 11 potnts rn the frnal half but the margtn proved too great and the Coventry Comets defeated the O angemen 65 63 lack Lee came out on top on the scorrng boari wtth 25 polnt The Orangemen dropped therr second strarght game to St Mary 1n an excrttng overttme perrod Ellet led though the quarters Ed Rlfe the top scorer wrth 23 pomt 1n the last four second of the game caged a freld goal and tred the score 66 all ln the overttme the Crusaders out scored the Orangemen seven to four to clatm the game 86 70 Ellet traveled to Sprrngfreld rn an attempt to play a close game wrth therr rrvals and was greatly dtsap potnted The Orangemen led only rn the frrst quarter 16 3 but Spnrgfteld came on strong and steadtly rn creased therr lead to hand the Orangemen an 84 to 61 defeat Rtfe topped the scorers again with 22 points The Ellet Orangemen lost therr frrst Clty Sertes game to Buchtel 59 51 The Orangem rr trarled by only one polnt 1514 rn the ftrst quarter but a weak second quarter tossed the game rn the drrectron of the Gnffs Ellet was outscored 16 to 9 pomts by Buchtel at the half The next two quarters were even Kenny Dunlap led the sconng wrth 13 pomts The Ellet Varsrty hav ng had bad luck rn the pre vrously scheduled games seem d to have the same bad streak when a few of the stars of yesteryear came back to defeat the Varsity 59 51 The Varsity was un able to garn the lead at any ttme durrng the game The Alumnr outscored the Varsrty 15 to 10 durtng the game but the Varstty kept therr tally of fouls down to 13 compared w1th 44 by the Alumnr The Orangemen garred therr frrst vrctory ID stx starts and also thetr frrs vrctory ln the Ctty Sertes league as they defeated the 1-lower Buccaneers 51 38 The second and thrrd quarters were the htgh pornts of the game wrth the score 4221 at the thrrd quarter mark Ed Rrfe led the hrgh scorers by netttng 16 poxnts The Orangemen traveled to the Garfteld Gym to take another defeat 67 42 as the Presrdents strong defense won through The frrst quarter was pretty even but rn the second the Presrdents racked up a 3115 half trme score ln the thrrd quarter Garfreld netted 21 Dornts to Ellets 12 and then went on to an easy vrctory tn the fourth lack Lee was the Orange men s top scorer wrth 11 pornts Ellet lost therr srxth game tn seven starts and also therr thtrd Ctty Serres game out of four to the Kenmore Cardrnals Three boys made the htgh scorers llst lack Lee with 12 pornts Ed Rrfe 12 and Ed Mathers ll Ellet was behmd at the frrst quarter and was trarlmg the Cardtnals by only one potnt at the half 29 30 ln the thtrd quarter the Kenmore frve heated 1t up and romped to a 44 39 lead The frnal penod downed the Orangemen 49 60 The second Crty serres wm by the Orangemen was over North l'11gh tn an excrtrnq game wrth a sattsfytng score of 68 63 Ellet started off ustng a full court press but swttched to zone defense rn the second quarter Wrth Ellet leadrng at th frrst quarter 19 16 the Vrkmgs then outscored Ellet 2213 m the thlrd to make the half ttme score 38 32 ln thelr favor Ellet then led throughout the remamder of the game Ed Mathers led the hlgh scorers wlth 25 potnts . 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I e r r 1 T f . v . e . - . . 606610 The Orangemen took on the Tallmadae Blue Devrls and gatred two vlctor s tn a row by defeatxna them tn a closely scored game 55 53 Ed Fttfe led the toD sco ers agarn wrth a tally of 21 potnts Ellet led th ouah the ftrst 'wo qua ters wlth the scores standrng at the tr uarter the ha et lackened thetr speed rn the thtrd quarter and the Blue Devtls gatned the lead 38 37 The last quarter wa very close but the Orangemen wlth Just seconds left IU the game scor d two pornt and thus clarrned the vtctory The Ellet Orangemen played hosts to the East O1 ertals and tn dotng o played one of the most excltrng brt most drsappoxnttng game of the ea on Ea t led th otah th hr t and econd quarter but the Orarfae men ara ned the thlrd quarter core 4l 38 At the ftnal buzzer the score was deadlocked at 5454 and an o erttrne e ston was played and agatn tted at 59 all Wtth l 30 gone ln the sudden death sesston Easts E me Oumrey frred the wtnnrng held goal to clatm the game rn favor of the Ortentals Bl 59 Ellet handtcapped once more by the lack of height drd the best they could do agatnst the powerful Cuya hoga Falls ftve w1th the latter taktng the dectston 58 45 lack Lee leads the top scorers by tallytng 17 polnts Falls led the game durmg all four quarters and 21 l6 was the score at the half Another of the C1ty Serles games was played be tween Ellet and the hxghly rated Central at the Ellet Gym The Orangemen trted to keep up wtth the Wtld cats but they could not keep up the pace and gave Central a 27 39 half t1me ore Central came on strong tn the secora half and c atmed the game 65 40 Ellet met South on the Akron Umversrty Memorxal Hall floor and took a loss from the Cavalrers 49 33 ln the second quarter a battle of defense developed wrth South scorxng s1x potnts and holding Ellet to only one ln the rematnder of the game South netted 17 ba kets whtle Ellet contrnued thetr controlled ball Ed Rtfe was the top scorlng man tn the Ellet g oup w1th ll pomts The Orangemen almot had another wln on thelr l1t when they took on the Spartans of Sprmgfleld Ellet led at the halftrme 36 29 but the Spartans took advantage of havlng the helght on thetr stde and the second half was the turntng potnt of the game to gxve Sprxngfteld a 70 63 wm Ellet managed to mark up four vtctortes by defeat mg Norton 6261 Norton led at the end of the ftrst quarter and also at the half by one pomt The fmal quarter was n1p and tuck and at the ftnal buzzer the game was t1ed at 59 all Ed Rlfe netted a fteld goal and a foul shot to gtve the vlctory to the Orangemen The Orangemen opened up tournament play wnth an upset vxctory over the htghly touted Ravenna After playlng even through most of the game Ellet cut loose tn the fmal pertod to put the game on 1ce Ed Rtfe lack Lee and Ed Mathers were the blg guns rn the 64 59 trlumph On the strength of Wadsworths season record and the fact that Ellet had to come from behmd to w1n thetr second tourney game the game between the Orangemen and the Gl'1ZZlleS was rated a toss up The Orangemen put on a fourth quarter scoring spree to w1n the game 54 to 47 Seekrng revenge from the beatmg they recetved at the hands of South durmg the regular season the Orangemen went tnto the game hred up and ready to play ball Ellet played South on even terms durmg the ftrst quarter but in the second quarter the boys just could not fmd the range as they scored only two points ln the thxrd quarter Ellet sttll couldnt fmd the range and by the mtddle of the thtrd quarter South had a 38 potnt margrn The Orangemen then came ahve, scoring 51 pomts rn the second half 36 of them bemg made rn the fourth quarter South had too much of a lead and went on to w1n the game 73 61 I flat CQ A ,I l2l10, and 28--22 at ' lf. 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Headquarters for Electrical Supplies, Palnt and Varnlsh, Seeds and Garden Supplies, Galvanized Pipe, and A Complete llne of Tools and General Hardware Phone MA 8-2323 Mogadoref 01110 r7J'f 610 CANTON RD EllET RE 3 2120 Tha BI S F Puturc S Irom thy I'1rstD.1y n4""'d 1111 15151 IILILRI IRONI ANI 511 Underwood T V Soles 8. Servlce 2487 TRIPLETT ST 4 9122 C ORDON RIPLI Y 0 'I493 E Market REpubI c 3 5415 M ost H earl y C on gratulatzons I0 LORAINE LEWIS SHIRLEY ANN GRANT JACK SCHONAUER and OTHER ELLET SENIORS PIOTTER PHARMACY Ellefs Presrrzption Plmrmary 2527 Mogadore Road RE 3-3934 7 : . -' . . , . '1 , 1 .. ' K x . . 1, 1 ' 'ZX , L ixg I N THIS BEST SISRVICIC FOR H i,.,,,.: 1 , Q i , :fuer . Sf- i - ADAM FUNERAL HOME 791 EAST MARKET STREET PHONE IE 5-9187 AKRON. OHIO The comfort brought to our friends and patrons through the real mterest and personal understanding nn tnme of grnef ns a quahty we offer beyond our routme SCIVICCS Spang s Frozen Custard in 1823 Trlpleti Blvd W' SUNDAES SHAKES MALTS SHERBET DIP ETTES SANDWICHES and FRENCH FRIES . J N 'ber 'WMXWH-ww :NW EW aw V 4, g A lt A v 1, ,y,,X L, f. 1,1 -L, 25. - . .V . . FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS CORSAGES - CUT FLOWERS - NEW ARRIVALS WEDDINGS ond RECEPTIONS PLANTS ond FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS BUCKEYE CYCLE CO. " b 00 0 floral art Shoppe Akron I2 Om 65 East Mlll SI' 556 Cora Ave Phone ST 4 2876 .IE 5 4158 OPEN TILL 9 OO PM HALLMARK CARDS If you care enough to send the very best SEE OUR COMPLETE SELECTION OF CARDS MCMULDREN S DRIVE IN Homemade Pxes Mnlkshakes Fountain Service Home Cooked Dmners 2146 E Market St ST 4 0268 I 0 O - 46 7? 1 ,t I u o U THE AN HCR ARLINGTON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH A Frxendly Cburfh With An Open Door NEW SITE 2300 BLOCK ON EAST MARKET ST Construction of Bunldmg Expected Soon GEORGE W TERJUNG Pastor BBEY5 MEN S WEAR 510 Canton Road RE 3 3616 Natzonally Adzernved Brands Formal Wear Rentals Hxtkok Leather Goods Arrow Shlrts armen Shoes 0 Adam Hats N W"M1"'W-'--n...,n., 1 Corner Second Ave. and Arlington Sf. o - o ' - f ' . . ' I AKRON DECORATING BOOTH MOTORS S U P P LY C O . GOOD USED CARS PQil'ltS . . . Wallpaper . . . One Owner Cars Our Speclalty 2175 E. Market St. Lineoleum . . . Rubber Tile . . . 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