Elyria District Catholic High School - Echo Yearbook (Elyria, OH)

 - Class of 1958

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' Y 1 I ' l 1 "' ' ' ' 3 1 A f - 9 I ty- I - i' 'I ' M l - 1 ' , F Z3 a , 4 x A I f l Q 6 STRENGTHE NING O R FAITH In each of our hearts there is a deep thankfulness for the sec tlon of our school where we can go dally w1th our troubles and Joys our Chapel 1 t . ..- , PREP RING FOR THE FUT RE. fatal ff' P'l if S1ster Mary Vermce S N D Prmclpal S1ster Mary A1mee S N D Llbrarlan World H1story S1ster Mary Anthony S N D Freshman Glrls World H1story Engllsh 9 S1ster Mary Carl S N D Englxsh 12 Speech Salesmanshlp Economlcs S1ster Mary Dolorose S N D Stenographyl II Transcrlptlon, Typmg II Office Practlce S1ster Mary Florance S N D Freshman Boys Latm S1ster Mary Glovanne S N D Jun1or Boys Enghsh 10, 11 Fme Arts S1ster Mary Helene S N D Jumor Girls Amerlcan H1story National Problems Through h1s watchful guldance and untlrmg efforts, our dlrector has embodxed 1n us a sense of un1ty truth and knowlege that w1ll help us ln our future endeavo r s INISTRATIO Mlss Carol Jerman Engllsh 11 Glrls Phys Ed Mr Gene Eckenfels Band Mr Fehx Khmczak Industrlal Arts Head Basketball Coach Mr Joseph Paul Drlver Tra1n1ng Head Football Coach Mr Cllfford Schexdler Sophomore Boys Engllsh 10 Mechamcal Drawmg Mr George S1monov1ch American H1story Drlver Trammg Reserve Basketball Coach Mlss Martha Klser Secretary S1ster Mary Ida S N D Semor G1r1s Bxology General Scnence S1ster Mary Jullan S N D Sophomore G1rls Alegebra Geometry Consumer Mathematxcs S1ster Mary Peter S N D Sophomore Gxrls Algebra Geometry S1ster Mary St Gabrxel S N D Freshman Boys A Cappella Engllsh 10 S1ster Mary St Mlchael, S N D Sophomore Boys Engllsh 9, 11 Typlng S1ster Mary Teresemarxe S N D Freshman Gxrls Chemistry PhyS1CS Solld Geometry Trxgonometry S1ster Mary W1lmar1e S N D Freshman Gxrls Algebra General Mathematxcs Household Arts of . . . . , x ' ' I . , . , . , - 1 . , I Q ' . . ' 2 . I ' . , . . . . , 0 . . I 7 . . . , . . I , . - . y Senior Boys English 9 . , . ' , ' ' ' 1 , 0 0 . , n 1 I , . . , u . 0 ' . . , i t . . . . I , , , . . , . ' 0 u , ' , U I I ' I ' , 0 0 7 Peg Glover and Tom Zeck SENIOR SET UP COMMITTEE Mary Jane Rlley Chaxrman Brenda Bruck Ann Marle Hartman Mary Ellen Neldhardt Shirley Mason PRELIMINARY SET UP COMMITTEE Jean Rolmg, Chalrman Al1ce Mashinske Barbara Schaefer Joan Edmonds Jean P1lesk1 THE ECHO STAFF Jean Vargo Carol Nemmers Tom Wagner Arlene Radlcan Frances M1tro Denms O'Neal Larry Lengyel UNDERCLASSMEN SET Joyce Hall Chaxrman Pat Zacharyaz Edlthann Olsen Delores Stahl CLASS WILL SET UP COMMITTEE Loulse Fhckmger Chalr man Margle Vargo CLASS HISTORY SET UP COMMITTEE Carolyn Ferancy, Chalrrnan Dorothy Baslnskl Norma Jean Baumgardner Pat Byar Pat Rambo Manta Remders Joyce Kmzel Jun Bedocs Dale Balas Pat Tarahalla Dan Alberts She1la McGu1re CO EDITORS ACTIVITIES SET UP COMMITTEE Molly McDonough Chalrman SPORTS SET UP COMMITTE Bonme Plas Paul Pustay WAYS AND MEANS SET UP COMMITTEE Sandy Krebs Chalrman Bob Kalter Dxck Callahan UP COMMITTEE Andy HHYGS Mary Beth Hart Ron Bacher PATRON DRIVE John Guenm and Jack Ross CLASS PROPHECY SET UP COMMITTEE Co chalrman Carol Strohsack, Chalrman The Echo Staff of 1958 w1shes to express 1ts gratxtude for the help received from the followlng Dr Joseph B Lehane, S T D Slster Mary Vern1ce, S N D S1ster Mary Carl, S N D Slster Mary Ida, S N D Svat Studio, Mr R1chard Svat Elyrla Blueprmt Company Brown Prmtmg Company Mueller Cover and Bindmg Company Graphlc Workshop, Inc The Chromcle Telegram Lou Rotunda The Challenge Slster Mary St Mxchael, S N D The Patrons and Subscrlbers Members of the Semor Class And the ent1re Student Body Thank you. Q! 91 ! . - . , . , . u u n , - I - ' - Judy Flaherty . . I MEMORLAM 'WJ' 3,6 ,9-.ug We, the Senior Class of 1958, wish to offer this publication and the efforts expended to the loving memory of our former classmate and friend, Richard Bliss, who lost his life in a tragic accident on May 30, 1957. Throughout his lifetime, Richard developed many pleasing qualities that should inspire us to follow his example. His friendly attitude, respect for authority, and good sportsmanship were surpassed only by his sincere love of God. Richard was President of our class during our Freshman and Sophomore years, a Representa- tive to the Student Council in our Junior year, a Representative to the Youth Council for three years, and a member of the basketball teams at our school. We should not mourn his passmg for he is just away, and all the things he did with us are in our hearts to stay. 'T'if.u:'3f' f , A 45'-ff" ., K U ' X , X , ' ut , w .7 I Af f' ,M dw- 0 'Sw hm 9 s ! L, 2 an Daniel Francis Alberts Big Time 318 Longson Avenue Elyria High School 1 2 Elyr1aCatho11c 3 4 A Cappella 3 4 Junior Achieve ment 3 Booster Club4 Yearbook Com mittee 4 Friendship Talent bhow 3 4 uf Club 4 Larry Harold Archer Arch 1048 North Pasadena Elyria Catholic 1, 2 3 4 Booster Ronald Thomas Bacher Ron 382 Abbe Road chievement 3 4 Co Manager Maga zine Drive 4 Booster Club 4 Year book Committee 4 Honorable Mention Ohio State Scholarship Test 4 Dale Ernest Balas Reno 5505 Avon peldon Road E1yr1aCathol1c1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 ACappel1a2 3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee4 Friendship Talent Show 3 4 W 'T If ix! if-C P3 , . . - . , . . , , . . 3 3 y 3 I ' 6' 3 1 - : ' , ff D Elyria Catholic 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior A- . 1 ' " 3 3 ' S rr v , ' -11 ' l 7 1 7 5 Y 7 7 3 ! 9 5 7 J Z Z 9 ' A - Fgf .. - 'S' f'-sl A fd .gk H 1 f-'C 1-1-km sv- 4,1 Norma Jean Baumgardner Normie 232 Lexington Avenue Dorothy Margaret Baslnski D0 1931 Grafton Road Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 ACappella 2 3 4 Class Representative 2 G A A 3 Challen e 3 4 Junior Achievement 3 Sodality 3 Red Cross Representative 4 Co Manager Mag. azme Dr1ve4 BoosterClub4 Yearbook Committee 4 D S P A 2 Represent ative of Magazine Drive 2 Ci Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 A Cappella 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 Challenge3 Sodality 1 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee4 Helen Carolyn Beard Carolyn '72 Riverside Homes Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4- A Cappella - G A. , 2 3' Leaders Group G.AA 3' Junior Achievement 3' Booster Club 3 4' Yearbook Com- W3- mittee 4. 2. b v if" James Joseph Bedocs 'fBogey" 1050 Bell Avenue Elyria Catholic 1 2 3, 4gFootba111 2 3 4g Basketball 33 Booster Club 4g Yearbook Committee 4. Robert Thomas Bohrer Bob R D 441 Durkee Road E1yI'1aCathOl1C 1 2 3 4 Football2 3 4 Golf 3 4 Jumor Ach1exement 3 Booster Club 4 YearbookComm1ttee4 Edward Denms Brown Lobo 370 Indlan Hollow Road Elyrla Catholxc 1 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 A Cappella 3 4 Booster Club 4 Fr1endsh1p Talent Show 3 4 41" Brenda Mary Bruck Breezle 624 West Avenue Elyrla Cathohc 1 2 3 4 ACappe11a2 3 4 GAA 1 2 Vars1tyCheer1ead1ng Captam 4 Second Place A A Cheer leadmg Contest 4 Jun1orAch1evement 3 4 Booster Club3 4 Yearbook Com m1ttee4 DSPA 3 Patr1c1a Ann Byar Patty 434 East Avenue Amherst H1gh 1 2 3 Elyr1aCatho11c4 Student Counc11 3 Record Staff 3 Band 3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Com mlttee 4 H .- . .1 9 9 9 9 9 9 . . ' ' , . 1 9 v ' 'A V 1 L . 3 ' Y. . l 9, ' ' U 7, 9 9 9 9 9 6' ' 1 9 9 X . . V VV , . ff ' 9, 4 1 9 9 9 9 9 IFN . . ' - 9 9 - - ' 9 9 7 I . . - ED' ' A A 9 9 9 9 ' X - , , . . . . . 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Madelon Anne Csontos Red 334 Foster Avenue Elyiia Catholic 1 2 3 4 ACappella2 3 4 GAA 1 2 Jun1orAch1evement3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee4 John Dale Elschen 405 Kenyon Avenue Elyrla Cathohc 1 2 C1ub4 dxf' Joan E11zabeth Edmonds Jom 972 North Washlngton Blvd Elyrla Cathohc 1 2 3 4 GAA 2 3 Jumor Achxevement 4 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee 4 John Doe 3 4 Booster Theodore Charles Emerlch Ted 1206 Mlddle Avenue Elyrxa Catho11c 1 2 3 4 Football 1 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee4 EE' Donald Franklm Eyrmg Restless R D 42 Grafton Don Elyrla Cathollc 1 2 3 4 Booster C1ub4 - za '99 , , , Z ' ' ' , , A 2 9 w , 1 , - 44 37 , 5, . . . L 9 9 9 9 3 Y... , 9 k lx ' cz 5, I . . . ' V 9 9 9 9 9 f I x 1 1 f K 77 . . ' X 9 9 9 9 . I , J, George John Facsko George 2571 Abbe Road Elyr1aCathol1c1 2 3 4 ACappella2 3 4 Jun1orAch1evement 3 4 Sodallty Band 1 2 3 4 Booster Clu Mass Server 1 Carolyn Valerle Ferancy T1ny 124 Ham1lton Street Elyrla Cathollc' 1 2 3 4 ACappella 2 3 4 ClassSeLretary2 4 C1assRepre sentatlve 3 GAA 2 Challenge2 3 4 Junlor Ach1evement Personal Manager 3 Youth Counc1l3 4 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 ,X-I, 188 Beebe Court R D ffl LaGrange Elyrla Cathol1c 1 2 3 4 ACappella2 3 4 Jun1or Ach1evement 3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 Sen1or Representatwe Grade and Study Inter vlew 4 Judlth Ann Flaherty Judy Elvr1aCathol1c1 2 3 4 ACappella3 4 GAA 3 4 ChallenUe4 Red Cross Representatlve 4 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee 4 N .. M ' Q ' l ! 9 ! : 7 , 3 , 1 2: , , , : b 43 j r ' K! ' D ' . ' 1 7 3 x 7 9 1 9 ' Z - - - 7 7 ma A ' -J 3 , 1 9 3 Donald George Fitzpatrick "Fitzzie" jk ' - A A, -:J . . , at .. ' 9 y 9 1 9 ," , 3 2 ' XE . r X ' KK 79 .. ' I I 7 7 9 3 7 3 . . . , g ,, : ' A I 3 IX LOUISE Marxe F11Ckll'lg6I' Flxck 526 Foster Avenue Elyr1a Cathol1c1 2 3 4 ACappella2 3 4 Class Representatxve 4 G A A 1 2 3 Challenge 3 4 Reserve Cheer leader 3 Jumor Achxevement Secre -Q. tary 3 Youth Counc1l 3 4 Sodallty 1 John Marsh Guemn Alfred E 328 Yale Avenue Elyr1aCathol1C 1 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Most Valuable L1nesrnanAward3 4 North Central Conference All Star Team 4 Basketball 2 Student Counc1l Offxcer 3 4 Treasurer 3 Presldent 4 Challenge 3 4 Youth Counc1l1 2 3 4 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Treasurer 3 Boys State 3 D S P A 3 Umverse Bulletln Representatlve 1 2 Top Magazlne Salesman 3 Yearbook Commlttee 4 Booster Club 4 Stephen John Gurch1k Gestapo 217 Hawthorne Street Elyrxa Cathollc 1 2 3 4 M1sso YL..- 2 Mayorette 4 Booster Club3 4 Year book Commlttee 4 Attendant to Home Comxng Queen 4 Sllver Fmns Swlmmmg Club 2 3 Margaret Lynne Glover Peg 990 Reeves Road Elyr1a Cathohc 1 2 3 4 ACappel1a2 3 4 Class Secretary 3 Class V1ce Pres1dent4 Jun1orAch1evement V1ce Presldent 3 Youth Counc1l 4 Booster Club 4 YearbookComm1ttee Co edxtor 4 D S P A 2 3 Student Llbrarlan 4 G A A 1 2 BoardMember3 Challenge 2 3 Ed1tor4 .5 Representatlve 3 4 Treasurer4 Pony , League 1 Hot Stove League 3 4 gt' I Booster Club4 YearbookComm1ttee4 ..,,,, .4 . . . 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K ,9 L 9 9 9 9 ln If Y ' . 1. , 9 9 1 9 9 9 9 ' 4 Lucia Ann Haas --Lucy" 7402 Race Road, North Ridgeville NA: Elyrla Cathol1c 1, 2, 3, 4,ClassSecre M I Mary El1zabeth Hart Mary Beth 108 Columbla Avenue Elyr1aCathol1c 1 2 3 4 ACappella2 Q , 3 4 Challenge 3 Band 1 2 Student Lxbrarlan 4 Booster Club 3 4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 tary 1 Class Representatlve 2 G AA 2 3 Youth Counc1l 1 2 Magazme Drne Representatxve 1 2 Stud nt Llbrarlan 4 Booster Club 4 Joyce Dxanne Hall o 986 North Washlngton Blvd Elyr1aCatho11c 1 2 3 4 Basketballl appella 2 GAA 1 Junlor Ach1evement4 Women sBenef1t Assoc1at1on 4 Booster Club 4 Year book Commltte 4 Anne Marte Hartman Horse Marle 616 East Avenue Elyr1aCath0l1C 1 2 3 4 ACappella1 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 Jun1orAch1evement 3 Sales Manager D S P A 3 Booster Club 3 Vlce Pxesldent 4 Yearbook Comnuttee 4 'fm Albeit Rot ert Hai anis Route 20 Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 Basketballl Challenge 1 2 School Photographer 3 4 Junior Ach1excrnent3 4 Sodality 1 Bowlm Team2 Fourth PlaCeMa azine Drixe 3 Andrea Opal Hayes Andy 133 High Street Elyria High 1 Elyria Catholie 2 3 4 Sodality 3 Prefect of Sodality 4 Hall Monitor 3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook 5 Committee 4 N Richard Call Henke Pete 280 Marseilles Avenue Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4'Basketball1 2' Class Treasurer4'C1ass Represent- ative 3' Junior Achievement Vice-Pres- ident 3' Magazine Drive Representative 'LTP If mittee 4. Robert Joseph Holland "Boll" 580 Cleveland Street Elyria Catholic 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior A- chievenzent 3, 43 Band 2, 3: Booster 'U A Club 4. .1 X l --. IIS- xx."'- IZ, , X. , , ,V ., ...,.....L Ur, ...Mun , Y sr U" 22212: 'l,?....r'f" I 4 4' Booster Club 4'YearbookCom ls Robert John Kalter Bullets 2007 Grafton Road E1yr1a Cathohc 1 2 3 4 Magazme Drlve Representat1ve3 Booster C1ub4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 Thomas Edward Kam1nsk1 Tom 322 12th Street Elyrla Catho11c 1 2 3 4 Jun1or A -W., ch1evement 3 Y M C A 3 4 Booster Club 4 E .-"""" "1" mek Basketball 2 Joyce Mar1an K1nze1 R D 41 Grafton E1yr1aCatho11c 1 2 3 4 ACappe11a2 3 G A A 1 2 Jun1or Ach1evement3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee4 Carol Mary Kocsls Carol 2843 South West Rlver Road E1yr1a Catho11c 1 2 3 4 ACappe11a2 G A A 2 Booster Club 4 . ,fig rr U ' f f I 9 Q 9 Q N1 ,N u 1 . W 'C y V I ., w.',.M "'2..4s" -- T? 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Elyrla Cathohc 1, 2 3 4 ACappe11a2 3 4 G A A 2 3 4 JumorAch1evement 3 4 Booster Club 3 4 Comm1ttee4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 jak 4' Wllllam James McCartney B111 1 135 R1vers1de Court Elyrx Catho11c1 2 3 4 Booster Q Club 4 f Q., Xfltrp if str' yf Edward William McCoy "Bee-Bee" 1113 West Avenue Elyria Catholic 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 1,2 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3,43 Booster Club 4 Richard John McCrann MHC 165 Jay Drive D1v1ne Heart Semlnary 1 Elyrla Cath ol1c 2 3 4 Booster Club4 Mary Coletta McDonough Molly 128 Ohlo Street Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 ACappella 3 4 Class Representative 2 3 G A A 1 2 Challenge Assistant Ed1tor3 4 Junior Achievement Treasurer 3, Sec retary 4 Youth Counc1l1 2 3 4 Chap erone Chairman 3 Civic Affairs Chair man 2 Bicycle Court Detense Attorney 2 Secretary3 4 Magaz1neDr1veRep resentative 3 4 Booster Club 3 Com mittee 4 Yearbook Commlttee Chair James Francis McCrann Wild 165 Jay Drive Man il' Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 Footballl A Cappella 2 3 4 Booster Club4 5 4-""' man Ac 1t1v1t1es 4 Lorain County Traff1c Safety Council 3 4 Universe Bulletin Representative 2 3 ', r , I 9 9 9 9 0' ' I . 9 9 9 ' P . 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Francis Andrew McGlynn "Bevo" 126 Columbia Avenue 9 Elyria Catholic 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior A- -05 chievement 3, 43 Booster Club4: Year- Q-ff? book Committee 4. 3'-1 She11a Anne McGuire Sheila 111 West Bridge Street Elyria Cathollc 1 2 3 4 Challenge3 4 Jun1or Achievement 3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Committee 4 ff' if-rj! 55 J Loredel Helena Mackert Lorrie 1916 Lake Avenue Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 ACappella3 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Booster Club4 Edgar Charles Martin Ted 264 Roosevelt Avenue Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 Footballl 4 Basketball 1 2 Booster Club 4 Shirley Anne Mason Sam 216 Washmvton Avenue Alice Marx lklashmslxe Sailoi Girl 208 East 14th Street Elyria Catholicl 2 3 4 ACappell13 4 Class Representative 1 G A A 1 .Z Mission Representative 3 4 Junior Achievement 3 Maga7meDr1veRep1 e sentative 1 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Commit ee 4 Elvrxa Catholic 1 ? 3 4 ACappella2 3 4 G A A 2 3 Sodality 2 RedCross Representative 3 4 Vice President School Council 4 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Committee 4 Victor Gerald Meecha Meech 116 Bailey Court Elyria Catholicl 2 3 4-ACappella2 9,7 3 4' Junior Achievement 3 4 Pro- duction Manager 4- Booster Club 4. Francis H. Mitro 'fThe Toe" 196 South Main Street, Oberlin Elyria Catholic 1, 2, 3, 43 Football3,4, Junior Achievement 2g Operation Youth ?r 33 Booster Club 4g Yearbook Com- mittee 4. can -1251 wvf' Ronald Robert Modock Moe 301 Abbe Road Elyr1aCath011c1 2 3 4 ACappel1a3 4 Junxor Achlevement 3 Booster C1ub4 fa-Q Mary Ellen Ne1dhardt Mary 383 Roosevelt Avenue E1yr1a Cathol1c 1 2 3 4 ACappella2 3 4 RedCrossRepresentat1ve3 Pres John Elwm Nagy B1g John 793 North Abbe Road Elyrla Cathol1c 1 2 3 4 Football1,2 3 4 Basketball 1, 2 3 4 ClassRepre sentatwe 1 2 3 4 Challenge 3 4 Junror Achlevement 3 Youth Counc1l 1 2 3 4 Treasurer4 Sodal1ty3 Mag az1ne Drxve Representatlve 2 Booster Club 4 Yearbook COI'I11'Il1tt96 4 Fxrst Alternate to Annapol1s 4 Th1rd Alter nate to West Po1nt4 Appomted to Com pet1t1on for A1r Force Academy Mer chant Mar1ne Academy, Coast Guard Academy 4 VOICE of Democracy Con test, Placed F1r st ln Local Compet1t1on Seventh 1n State 4 xdent of School Counc1l 4 Booster Club 'ui-J 3 4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 Carol Ann Nemmers Carol 461 West Tenth Street E1yr1aCath0l1c 1 2 3 4 ACappella2 3 GAA 1 2 Challenge 3 4 Th1rd Page Ed1tor 4 Jun1orAch1evement3 4 Band 1 2 3 Booster Club Commlttee 4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 www Rlchard Mathlas Notley Dlck 212 Pasadena Avenue Elyrxa Cathohc 1 2 3 4 ACappella3 ff' 4 Booster Club 4 W1ll1am Frank Noveske B11 s 'S 342 East Rlver Street Elyria Cath011C 1 2 3 4 Umverse Bulletln Representatlve 3 Booster if Club4 'hiv' C. Patrlck O'Connor "Oke' 4237 Ind1an Hollow Road, Grafton Elyrla Cathohc 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, -L 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Booster Club 4. "Carl" Carl Olah 2161 Maddock Road Elyr1a Cathol1c 1, 2, 3, 4,ACappella 1, 2, 33 Booster Club 4. AT' Y 4"'7"f.,"'f 272' f ,iff , QT' Qfff ,ff V954 ' U iff ,"'7" 'WTW17 if N4 rw q' ' ' cg ' va R' 7 7 7 7 Y . . H l ln z ' ' . ,A s 9 9 1 , Q V , ea , 4' , A , . if S , , Edith Ann Olson Boann 33644 Chestnut Ridge Ridgeville Saint Augustine 1 Ridgeville 2 Elyria Catholic 3 4 A Cappel1a3 4 Junior Achievement Secretary 4 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Committee 4 Dennis Allen O Neal The 138 Brandtson Avenue Menace 4F Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 Basketballl Challenge 2 3 4 Junior Achievement President 3 4 Bicycle Court 2 3 Magazine Dr1ve Representative 1 Band 1 2 Treasurer 3 Universe Bulletin Drive Manager4 BoosterClub4 Year book Committee 4 SWNQJ S ,Nm-H' 1 57? Donald William O Neal DON 138 Brandtson Avenue Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4' Junior A- chievement Vice-President 3 4' Band 2 3 Vice-President 4- BoosterClub4. Judith Grant Paulson 'Judy Portage Drive Vermilion Vermilion High 1 23 Lorain St. Mary 33 Elyria Catholic 45 Booster Club 4. lean Ann l lleskl Je in 891 West Rxver Street North E r1a Cathollcl 2 3 4 GAA 1 2 Board Member 3 Leaders Group 3 P1es1dent 4 Student Lxbrarnn 4 Booster Club 3 4 Yearbook Com mlttee 4 Bonnxe lean Plas Bon R D 142 Oberlln Road Amherst H1gh School 1 Elyr1aCathol1c 2 3 4 ACappella2 .5 4GAA 2 Challenge 2 3 DSPA 2 3 Booster Club Co Presldent 4 Yearbook Com mlttee 4 Paul Mtchael Pustay Pabs 36414 Center Rldge North R1dgev1lle Rldgevllle Hlgh Elyr1a Cathol1c2 3 4 Football 3 4 Band 1 2 3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 Larry Wllllam Rader Larry 422 Loram Blvd Elyr1aCath011C 1 2 3 4 ACappella3 Jumor Achlevement 3 Sodallty 2 Un1 verse Bulletm Drxve Representatwe 4 A1rcade Representatlve 4 Booster Club 4 8025 Butternut R1dge 'Nou Arlene Ruth Radlcan Arlene Elyria Catholic 1, 2 3 4 ACappella3 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Cha11enge2 Jumor Ach1evement 3 Booster Club 3 4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 Patricla Ann Rambo Pa 36506 Schaefer Dr1ve Elyria Cathollc 1 2 3 4 ACappe1la 2, 3 4 Class Representatlve 1 G A A 1 2 Challenge Fourth Page Edxtor 3 Reserve Cheerleader 3 Booster Club chlevement V1ce Presldent 4 Sh1rley Anne Reese L1ttle Susle R D ffl Oberlin E1yr1aC3.th0llC 1 2 3 4 ACappe1la2 3 4 Ensemble 4 GAA 1 2 Leaders Group 3 Booster Club 4 Manta Marle Remders Mar1ta RD 41 Grafton Elyrxa Cathohc 1 2 3 4 ACappel1a2 G A A 1, 2 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Comrnlttee 4 -rs- 11. ' lf 77 7 7 7 7 6 2 ' - - 9 9 a Z 1 39 42 3 , 3 . ' ll th ' , , , 9 , 3 3 - - - , 9 ,4: f I 45 Yearbook Committee 4, Junior A- - 4 ' ' n ,V 0 I , D . 0 7 7 7 7 7 I 7 7 ' ' ' 7 7 37 47 S - . . . G . ,, . I 0 , , x 7 7 7 7 7 . . . 5 5 A . i xx Mary Jane R1ley Q5 I George Mxchael Re1s1ng George 32488 Center Rldge Road Westlake Elyr1a Cathollc 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 Class Representatlve 1 Booster Club4 Rxle Jean Mane Rolmg Jeanne 221 Howe Street Elyr1aCathol1c 1 2 3 4 ACappella2 4 GAA 1 2 Challenge 2 Junxor Achlevement 3 Sodalmty 2 3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee4 Govx 968 North Washmgton Boulevard Elyr1aCathol1c 1 2 3 4 ACappella2 3 4 Accompanxst 3 4 Student Coun c1lSecretary3 V1ce Pres1dent4 Class V1ce Pres1dent 1 2 G A A 1 2 Chal lenge 2 Second Page Ed1tor 3 4 D S P A 2 ReserveCheer1eader3 Varslty 4 Second Place AA Cheerleadmg Con test 4 Youth Counc1l Representat1ve1 Recreat1on Comm1ttee Cha1rman 2 V1ce Pres1dent 3 Presldent 4 Elyrla BICYCIB Court Judge 2 3 4 Glrls State 3 Magazme Dr1ve Representa tlve 1 Band 2 3 Booster Club 3 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee 4 George Joseph Ross Ch1c0 1311 West Avenue Elyrla Cathohc 1, 2 3 4 Footballl 2 Basketball 1 Golf 1 2 3 4 ACappella 2 3, 4 Quartet 3 Booster Club 4 INN 10' John William Ross Jack 247 Stanford Avenue Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 Basketballl Class Treasurer 3 Class Represent ative 4 Challenge 3 Junior Achieve ment President 3 Youth COUHC112 3 4 Operation Youth Councilman 3 Mag azine Representative 4 Booster C1ub4 Yearbook Committee 4 Walter Peter Rozmarynowycz Walt 308 North Pleasant Street, Oberlin Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 BoosterClub 4 Yearbook Committee 4 Barbara Ann Schaefer Barb R D ffl Oberlin Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4-ACappella2 3 4'GAA 1 2'Soda1ity1 2 3 Sodal- ity Treasurer 3- Booster Club 3 Yearbook Committee 4. L. or Agnes Marie Snyder "Annie" 36403 Center Ridge Rd., N. Ridgeville North Ridgeville 13 Elyria Catholic 2, 3, 45 A Cappella 2, 3, 4g Ensemble 4g G.A.A. 25 Reserve Cheerleader Captain 3g Booster Club 3, 4gAttendant to Home- coming Queen 4. Larry Erlc Snyder Luke 215 Wooster Street Elyrla Cathollc 1 2 3 4 Booster 4 Bowlmg Team 1 ws Dolores Ann Stahl Dea R D 4412 Edgehlll Drlve Elyrla Catho11c1 2 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 LeadersGroupGAA 3 DSPA 2 Umverse Bulletm Representatxve 4 Booster Club 3 4 Yearbook Com gp rmttee 4 Robert Harold Stang BOb 1264 East R1ver Street Elyrla Cathohc 1 2 3 4 Junlor A ch1evement3 4 Un1verseBu11et1nRe A presentatrve 3 Booster C1ub4 Bowhng Team 1 John Dav1d Stanko Sonny R D 42 Russla Road E1yr1a Cathohc 1 2 3 4 ACappe11a3 4 Booster C1ub4 YearbookComm1ttee 4 Quartet 3 Jumor Ach1evement 3 - K wa 8 Ya 9 7 1 v Q ,, , xx' 5, i , ,K as 1 1 1 a - - - 9 9 f, 'X , . . . , .... , ' Nc s a ' I A 1 .. , ' ,. ' 'Q I . k H U I fl 'Q M y r 9 9 1 ' Q . i . . .- , 3 7 ' ,, ,Lf ' . - ' v v . K x ' cc U 9 9 a 2 9 , . er 7 1 ' A ' 'X Edmund Joseph Stawicki Starky 417 Bond Street wvwgf Elyrla Catho11c1 2 3 4 Footballl 3 133 Nottmgham Dr1ve Elyrla Cathohc 1 2 3 4 Booster C1ub4 Patr1c1a Louxse Tarhalla Pa RD 32 Elyrxa Cathollc 1 2 3 4 ACappel1a2 3 4 GAA 1 2 Chal1enge3 4 Jun1or Achlevement 3 Booster Club4 Year book Commlttee 4 A Cappella 3 4 Booster Club 4 Carol Lee Strohsack Stroh ' 5975 Ford Road Elyrxa Cathol1c 1 2 3 4 ACappella2 3 4 Ensemb1e4 C1assV1ce Presldent 3 Class Representat1ve 4 Challenge 3 4 D S P A 3 Reserve Cheerleader 3 Jun1or Ach1evement 3 Youth Counc1l4 Magazlne Drlve Representat1ve 2 3 4 Umverse Bulletm Representat1ve 2 Booster Club 4 Booster Club Commlt tee 4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 Home commg Queen 4 ? Ill' ,I if gg 11 f J - ' . . ! 7 l 9 7 1 , 3 - Ki 7 ' D 9 9 9 Z 7 s Q Q ' 5 g 3 ' Q, 3 . . . . g 5 9 3 -, F Q l 5 , 3: Z -. 3 3 ' Eugene Albert Takacs "Tick-Tack" . - , , 7 3 - . . H tn A ' ! 7 i 3 3 9 1 - . . , Q , : ' : g - 1 .fr 'lv 1341 East Avenue JK Paul James Taylor Paul 483 Cleveland Street Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 ACappella3 4 Challenge A tist 3 D A S A 4 Booster Club 4 Margaret Ann Var go Margie 'K Jean Marie Vargo Jeannie 133 Lexington Avenue Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 ACappe11a2 3 4 G A A 2 Leaders Group G A A 3 Reserve Cheerleader 3 Jumor A chievement 3 Youth Council 1 2 Booster Club 3 4 Booster Club Com mittee 4 D S P A 3 Yearbook Com mittee 4 Eiyrla Cathonf- 1, 2 3 4 Acappe11a3 4 GAA 1 2 3 LeadersGroupGAA 3 Student Librarian 4 Booster Club4 Yearbook Committee 4 vi' haf Thomas Edward Wagner Tom 206 14th Street Elyria Catholic 1, 2 3 4'Basketba111 2' Youth Council 4- Booster Club 4- Yearbook Committee 4 491 Huron Street Patricia Ann Zacharyasz Pat is James Earl Webber Reno 5 150 School Street X 'Vs-5, Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 Football3 4 A Cappella 3 4 M1ss1onRepre ent ative 1 Booster Club 4 Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4 ACappella2 3 4 GAA 2 3 Booster Club 4 Yearbook Committee 4 ef iid' K New ef' Club 4 Thomas Frederick Zeck 431 Randall Road Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4' Football 1' Basketball 1 2 3 4- Class Treasurer 1 2' Class President 3 4'Challenge3 4- Youth Council 1 2 3 4- Booster Club 4' Yearbook Committee 4- North Central Conference All-Star Team 4- Outstanding Basketball Player 4- Cap- tain 4 Robert Oliver Ziegman Zig 7500 Race Road North Ridgeville Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 4- Booster E 1011 OFFICERS President Tom Zeck V1ce Presldent Representatlves Peg Glover Carol Strohsack Lou1se Fhckmger Treasurer Jack ROSS John Nagy Rlchard Henke Secretary Carolyn Ferancy OUTSTANDING BOY OUTSTANDING GIRL BEST DRESSED BOY BEST DRESSED GIRL TOM ZECK MARY JANE RILEY JACK ROSS BRENDA BRUCK Must a been a beaut1ful Got a letter from Detroit Get out, all of you, Maybe I w111 and baby no doubt maybe I won t BEST BOY DANCER BEST GIRL DANCER HANDSOMEST BOY PRETTIEST GIRL ED MCCOY LOUISE FLICKINGER GENE TACKAS JUDY FLAHERTY n You k111 em! dr111 em In a whlle crocodlle H A11 that n d1mp1es tool I gotta Buz n0W I I T L 5 V , , I "U '.wA A I P Av V. 31 , h I, lk yn! 5 . ,Ve A . -I 7 , - .N A . VA Q A u I 1 - . . M 4 1 ,T V 2 - 'Q 3272 I ,K '- I I I ' I A L A J, 'Ax V '-. . N x, 4 , - cr D u ' 1 1 n . . . gy M an Ll v vi ' ,W , .x . K , I I 'W .,., s ' J - p H . . 7 ' n 1 9 .77 . , , BOY MOST LIKELY GIRL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED TO SUCCEED MOST ACTIVE RON BACHER SHEILA MCGUIRE JOHN GUENHN +"'??1' 5 i if funn II Elementary, dear Watson I m ready for prayer Notre Dame def1n1te1y ARLENE RADICAN QUIETIEST CAROL KOCSIS FIRST TO MARRY LARRY ARCHER ia -xlffs-. WW L..-li Ah the ecstacy of newly hatched hummlngblrds Wonder when he 11 teach her to drxve? MOST ATHLETIC BOY MOST ATHLETIC GIRL CLASS CLOWN JOHN NAGY JEAN PILESKI DICK HENKE mx 1 f,,'v Do all athletes eat s1x hamburgers-7 "Oh no you don't." "I hate people." 160 Q 5 4 A X 1. I , , .,.. , 'QA' if v g, -.4 il 5 ag 'C af- A IHTVEL rx ut 1,1 3 1 .- , 1 X! . L 3 i 'lv Yearbook commlttee hard at work CHRISTMAS FORMAL 19 57 C' 0 ru 3 REMEMBER ,gm ....-...ich Bop Tlme wlth the DuRays RING DANCE 1957 Wx Hall the Queen i S4 .gi flea Our Hero The day after the mght before WI-IE :Bas 'W QUEEN FOR A DAY Nm' Q - t 4. FRIENDSHIP WEEK 1957 9, 1-p!!'ffU'3' III!! 5 Aw. ff 4 X' wAsmNG1-oN 'mm 1957 RING DANCE 1957 What would happen lf S1x 11tt1e p1 ei s r Carried away' JUNIOR SENIOR PROM 1958 O O O I . 4, -A y N , , K . 2, . l N . O 9 lu 'H 1 V ' -' 'O f 'Qc W , O I if n ,fel - , '?:,, ,- W ff in The Q3 l.2.f3.- g,,,i, vga , +1 1 O f , ,,,f f V- , , , Q - 4 , I W ' ' JET? fig. - Y A 5 I W' f y 5 5, :lf 4 , u ' 91: A i'5 ,1 cz ' ' 'gs?n 'Q N4 I 'J 4 x - 0 .K XX NO 3 Y , -, V ' X ' - 'f' N , 5 x ' X .V , S , 1', A Q ll ' 77 THE A CAPP The H3-PPV Wanderer Bach, Chop1n, R1ley and L6pk0WSk1 our accompamsts DON T APPLAUDE JUST THROW MONEY IS the motto of the double quartet J1m Szmama, John Laubenthal Larry Lengyel D1ck Stolzenburg, Tom Brosky, Paul Frabotta Nlck Au11s1o, M1ke Becker w-'ij 'Q r , I K n . . . ' 1 75 ."' , ,M , xl V ,.. x.. ,Z u 9 - n ' 2 ' ' , , r ELL CHDIR 5. Dear Santa have you had the measles? sang the G1rls Ensem ble Carol Strohsack, Laura Rzetelny, Molly Machock, Sh1r1e Reese, Carla Guyeskl, Margaret Plas Rlta Schmxtz, and Anme Snyder THE QUARTET Larry Becker, and Tom Brosky IWW Lengyel, John Laubenthal, Mike 2 sl 'f i a n - 2 - I ' Y 1 1 ff' f", f 'f'4wM'74?WfJ. V 4 , , . I ,z 7,51 f .yoo , R' 1? ' V - A ,5 is ' f L 1 Y .v 7 iv, '- A 1 " . - I , l ,F A f, I , I su it ,i .ft , ri ' 'Y Q i a f Q 'x . Band members take a breather' after a strenuous practxce if Band Offlcers J1m Szamama and Don O Ne11 dlscuss fmanclal matters w1th the Band Dxrector, Mr Gene Eckenfels MAJ ORETTES Head Majorette, Andrea Worthmgton Flrst Row Carol Crago, E11een Smkmson, Kathy Glunt. Second Row Donna Lydon, Jeanette O'Donne1, Karen Ma11k, Rosemary Trombetta w M: 4' r . , L 'Z' , 1, 'N -. ,, A K , . . . , . . ' ' 1 . . BOOSTER CLUB The Booster Club, a newly orgamzed grou alms at boost1ng all student act1vit1es Every student IS a member of the group as a whole but the planmng and leadership is executed under the directxon of a speclal Booster Club Com mittee composed of representatlves from each class and the supervlslon of the1r advisor, M1ss Carol Jerman Act1v1t1es wh1ch were carried out by the Boo ster Club lnclude rallles, selllng shakers, making posters, a dance, a paper sale, buses chartered to basketball and football games and Green and Whxte Day The projects enabled the Booster Club to buy new muforrns for the reserve and varslty cheerleaders Bonnie Plas and Anne Mane Hartman, co dlrectors of the Llttle Theater Group, plan their next pro ductlon Arommd the World 1n Eighty Days .f""" THE PAPER DOLLS GREEN AND WHITE DAY .UL nt,,,uL.Sx One for you and one for me says Sh1r ley Mason to Mary Ellen Neldhardt, Red Cross representatwes as they prepare a food parcel The Alfred E Newman Club IOR RED CROSS Under the capable advlsorshlp of M1ss Carol Jerman and M1ss Mary Bryant the relatxvely new Jumor Red Cross program progressed ra pldly 1n 1ts second year at Elyrla Catholic Among the various actwmes taken on by th1s organ1zat1on the most formidable one was the talent show presented at Green Acres by the stu dents of Elyrla Cathollc Other act1v1t1es in cluded the preparmg of CARE packages the sendxng of Chrlstmas cards to the Rebel and East Haven Rest Homes and the packagmg and sendmg of school supplles to the chlldren of foreign lands Headmg th1s year sJun1or RedCross program were Mary Ellen Nledhart Presldent Shlrley Mason Vlce Presldent andKarenDav1s,Secre tary Representatlves were elected m each homeroom and w1th thelr co operat1ontheJun1or Red Cross enjoyed a successful year pa R . u . ,, . . . ! 1 ' - .. my 'ki . 1 7 'ix' a . ,, . . . . - . rr ' n ' --1: ' n 5 4 7 :QI f 'S X I . 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The G A A under the ausp1ces of M1ss Carol Jerman, launched a very successful year w1th a P1zza Party deslgned to mtroduce 1ts freshman members Hlghlightmg the season were the bas ketball tournament games, from whxch the sopho more glrls emerged vxctors A varlety of other act1v1t1es rangxng from 1ce skatxng and roller skatmg partles to bowlmg were chmaxed wxth a week end tr1p to the CYO camp, located at Mad 1son on the Lake The G1rls Athletic Assoc1a txon has accomphshed 1ts a1m To mstall the 1deals of Chr1st1an sportsmansh1p m 1tS members Offxcers for the 57 58 term were Jean P1le sk1, Pres1dent, MargaretW1rsham,V1ce Presl dent, Laura Rzetelny, Secretary, and Molly Machock, Treasurer -I--' - ah A D1splay1ng the form that won them the GAA basketball champ1onsh1p Fllpped Flapper are Ann Bommer, Barbara Puka, Jack1e Flood, Gayle Plas, Bon n1e Gay, Sh1rley Fr1tz, Sally Notley, and Donna Lydon N -. KRACKET SQUAD" GAA OFFICERS Leadmgthe GAA 1n all the1r varxous act1v1t1es were, Fxrst Row Shirley Schmltz. Marg Wxrscham, Jean Pile sk1, Molly Machock, and Barbara Daley. Second Row Laura Rzetelny, Shel1a Dwyer, Margaret Stahl, and Kltty McGowan . . -, 'V . - - - . . , . - ' Q 1 1 v U . "' ,, . . , , . "Where's the Fire? A Q ' if Q yr Q .1 l Q ' ' ll ' n OUR CHEERLE DERS 'T"' '-y"L-V J.. THE VARSITY Brenda Bruck Gayle Plas, Nancy Elberts, Sharon McA111ster, Mary Jane Rlley, and Sally Kmter "Fru1t of then' labors I I I . I 7 .KV f , S., "We won!l"'exc1a1med they won thelr second place trophy Shlrley Frltz, Cathy Johnson,,and Blddy McGowan. f"'f"l'M"' ' ' 7' 'N' Sm 5" ' y , V . R ,L 'I 1 . . ,,. 4 NiWi ,Q :S A 'i ' A Q A 'A : V. , , V R Af J, U 'Q I J I . 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'I Th e r em ind er Of t he new Ch allenge Staf f ' La ura Th Mae he rgaw rg ret Cha W Ile 11's ngeyy c hanxsgaff M 7 nd Mifily czalu Y, W y M ofk cGo to wan me v er the ir d eadline Ca th theirypgohn Ee son . , Pa t G1 owe nski, Sa nd Y H Yer 1 labo r The sodalxty offlcers, Andrea Hayes, Grace Knoble, Sandy Krebs, and Martha Czarny, lead the Statlons MISSION The MISSIOH Band an orgamzatxon composed of representatlves from each homeroom, alms at helpmg the Mlsslons, both home and fore1gn, through prayers and mater1al a1d Projects whlch were sponsored by the M1s s1on Band to ra1se money mclude a Chrlstmas card post offlce, a baby plcture contest, a val entme heart contest anda cancelled stamp drlve Spec1a1 thanks 1S extended to Slster Mary Jullan who so capably gu1ded thxs year s mlssion program OPERATIO -lm fi "OPERATION MADBALLJ' Jack Ross and Francms Mxtro prepare to ahead south." ODALITY The Sodality is an organization armed at fos tering in nts members an ardent devotion re verence, and fllial love toward the Blessed Virgin Mary Its purpose is to make the faithful gathered together under the name of Mary, good Catholics Among the projects sponsored by the Sodality are the leading of the Statxons of the Cross dur ing Lent, the rec1tat1on of the rosary in October the erection of a shrlne to Our Lady, performing works of mercy whenever possible, and carrymg on the works of the Lay Apostolate Pomting out the h1gh room in the M1ss1onDr1ve are Steve Gurchlck YOUTH Operatlon Youth, sponsored by the Kmghts of Columbus, provldes for a week of l1v1ng and working and playing w1th men from dxfferent parts of the Mxdwest. During th1s week the boys have an opportumty to learn more about the mu tual rxghts and responsibllltxes in our American democracy. Each year two junior boys are chosen to re present our school. The 1957 candmdates, Jack Ross and Francis Mitro, spent the second week ln June at Xavier University ln Cmcinnati be commg more familiar with our democracy. Jack and Francis both agree that 'Operation Youth' affords an excellent opportunity for young men to express their v1ews on our government and share the vlews of others the1r age. The active partxclpatlon of these boys certamly exemplifies 'Democracy m Action " T n 3 I lil a I Q . , e . .-- f---W h V' g t-A1 ' '5 ' ' .girl ' jig t'ttt , - , if VA k 'M I H . . , I H xy' . 3' x . Q . - : u - xr, Q M . . . . - E . . ' t . , , . V if gs u 'I if T 1 Larry Lengyel, Molly Machock, Sandy Krebs, and .9 ' . . 1 BUY ' A D GIRLS' ST TE John Guen1n and Mary Jane Rlley delegates to Girls and Boys State, map out thelr trip Mary Jane Riley and John Guenin were chosen to represent Elyria Catholic at Girls' andBoys' State in 1957. Each was assigned to one of two political parties and campaigned for an office. Mary Jane ran for county judge, and John was elected the county treasurer. After the elections models of state and local government were set up and everyone was given an opportumty to take part m the functlonmg of a government Both Mary Jane and John agree that Gxrls and Boys State impressed upon them a sense of their responslbilxty to community, state, and nation, and instructed them m the governmental operations of Ohio Llfe of Riley' YOUTH COUNCIL The Elyria Youth Council IS es tabllshed to afford youth opportun 1t1es to partlcipate in the cxty s life First Row Grace Knoble, Mary Jane Riley, Gayle Splsak, Nancy Hastings, Carolyn Ferancy, Sue Mohr, Madelon Zaleskl, Jeanne Plas Elxse Hovekamp, Carol Strohsack, Loulse Fllckmger, Molly McDonough Second Row Cathy Johnson, Barbara Basmskn, K1tty McGowan, Mary Ellen O Connor, Ann Bom mer, Judy Graham Jackie Flood Rxta Lepkowskx Margaret Plas, Janice Crutch, Peg Glover Thlrd Row Roger Ganobcik, Tom Brosky, Leon St Marie, John Laubenthal Larry Lengyel, Tommy Wagner John Guenin, Jack Ross, Jim Renz, Jxm McGowan, Alan Csontos Fourth Row B111 Nemec, Bob Yoo, Jim Bexter Dlck Stolzenburg, Denms O Neal, Tom Zeck, John Nagy, John George, B111 Pollack, Denms Moran to provlde a medium of expresslon for youth servlce and to g1V6 an opportumty to practice and exper lence the pr1nc1ples of democracy in action Elyria Cathollc High is represented 1n the Councll by forty one members and five of the seven officers Saturday Night Youth Center 1 ' - , l , g 5 ' , it V ' ' ' s J-A . . . .-.x -K . , , a , K 7 7 ,, . , 1 J A ' "'l WH s'? . . . W ' S ' I u t 5 .1 'i c s 1 I- Q 4 I - ' . . - , . I ' .1-I' 'w I ' . 5 . f' 4 ' i " ' ll I ,Q A 'ss N . , . up J 4, ,W W . . . ' , ' - 3 x 1 i Ir L ' , ' , ' 1, I 1 . , ,, ERVICE GROUPS lun. 1 V7 fl' f"' aw.-v X77 ,psi ls. Attentlon K1dd1es"' says MarthaK1ser as One steak, please well done"' IS asked of the cafeteua she prepares t0 make an 21r1n0unCemeI1t workers Carrle Kuchenmther Mrs LydonandMrs Zayac "LIMS Green Rldmg Hood," Steve Doman HERE THEY ARE Roumg outthe barrel are P9I'f0I'mS h1S duties Steve Doman's chlef ass1stants, Dlck Henke, and Franc1s "Bevo" McG1ynn . v-, 1 I . l Q -'74 , R V CS , J 'E U ' 1 .nf , f V , . i an , 1 1 f ' ' . ,- x " z A, . , , XS, ' 4 . . 1 h -ea H, M ,, zj--,A-'1Q X K - .L ' rf - 1 Rv f -.. - D I:-1.3 v! . gif- ! 5521132 325' ., ' "" , :. :V in-v "l 3.0.4 ,, "Y 31" fa" .M ,lb V -1 it ,W . -- xr K . , 4 N X QW ,aw-V V55 M egg- K 1 1 1 . KK -C - ' . . . . I 1 . a . , , . N P-W.. ,...,,,,,,,,,, Mm N31 ,Mama MQW... I . , .-if af' 4 .3 ,HL , ' ,' V . If x' . ' W ' . V, ,. 1 ,X- ' . . , . 4 5 ,A n - ' I f' H .-,A 4, ,,. ., V A .': , l lr' ' f"'.-'f-- . .,. -, , A ...- 1 . I - , if. it ' i lineal instructs the ignorant." RELIGIOU lt is most fitting, indeed, that we bring to a close this section with the most important of all activities, our religious activities. Under the patronage of Our Lady of Grace, we have participated in many religious events. We began the school year in September with the traditional Mass, attended by all students receiving Holy Communion in a body. On the first Friday of each month,the student body attends Mass and receives Communion in the school chapel as a proof of their faith and the love of their Savior. During Advent the Faculty and the student body, lead by the sodalists ,performed the traditional ceremony of the lighting of the Advent wreath. To usher in the new semester and give us a chance to look back, the annual retreat was held, conducted by Father Joseph Steppe who en- couraged the Seniors to think seriously about the steps they were about to take and above all to guard their faith. In June, we shall end as we began, with a Mass, the Baccalaureate Mass, the seniors' last at Elyria Catholic High School. Dr. Lehane blesses our "Class Rings." IBS g r , , rx The senior boys listen attentively as Fr. FredrickDietz CTIVITIES RETREAT 1958 KNIGHTS OF THE ALTAR G1v1ng up nuch needed sleep to serve Mass at the school chapel are Kneelmg at the altar are Bob Gurchlck and Steve Gurchlck Flrst Row Ward Peters Dennls O Neal, JohnGeorge Tom Zeck Francls McGlynn, and Ted Martm Second Row Bod Sobleskl Frank Hum phrey, Dxck Stolzenburg K1p Roe B111 Nemec Nxck Aul1s1o Ron Bousek d Charles Coven 1 -.6-...r?h.gN Father James P McCann conducts hxs weekly rell DEDICATION OF OUR NEW WING 1957 glon class N ai' f I I E El , we. 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'dglk Q lt 'wlgwfw Fxrst Row Left to right BobGress1er,BobBohrer, Fred Koviak, John Mltro Allan Zaleskl, James Joyce, Bob Bonczek, John Laubenthal, John George B111 Pollack Second Row Assist Coach Stan Trupo, Ted Mart1n, Jim Belter Nick Aulisio, Ed McCoy, Carl Plato, Jolm Martln, Mlke Fitzpatrxck Larry Kaminski Francis Mitro, Paul Pustay, Dale Balas, Russ AUIISIO Thxrd Row Coach Joe Paul Don Wimsatt, Herman Plas, Mike McHugh, JoeWebber, Pat O Connor D1ck Stolzenburg, Emerson Be1rsbach, Ron Wxmsatt, John Nagy, Tom Vavzin cak Mmke Becker, Assxst Coach George Simonovich 1957 FOOTBALL Elyrxa Cathohc Fremont St Joseph 0 W Gllmour Academy Loram St Mary Archbishop Hoban Cleveland St Stans R1dgev11le 1 Toledo St Francls St John Cantius Norwalk St Paul Y-425029 vm N, 4 lf:- 9? ,fx , 'L gg. Y Y y' ' 'X I Q ' Y! 5-Q , I - , 'dill' M if 1 yi -' 3 . Y ' l .Q Y - ' 'I ' . "5 ' , ' A . fn 1' 19 F ' B '35 F ' I , v J ' . A .S 3. Q 1 x 4 'K . , f ,1 as 4. af ' .0 , K, 1 . Q I rf! 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F! gi ' ' Nar' 1 3 -fe 14 . G , n 1' ij I - In , , t y 7 ' . W 4515, f r I 20 . 32 2' A 14 ' ' 1 2 Q f 'gf' I 1 1 . ,y 7 . 34 , rj I - 41- . 7 mt 5.72-,f W, 'el ' 27 . 13 Q, " ,sf TH J 1. .' V I '- :Q . ' A 0 ' . Q , M,,g rf:'i V , N' Li? .V+ ,, V 6 ' To I 'Q' . , 'ggzfefil 4 +1 6 . ' -' 7 A I A ,Y Vi J Y ax ff' .. ,. . K , 3 L WU N ' ' ' 1 , 'T 7 4 I BASKETBALL 1958 TROPHIES AF Sits. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE ELYRIA AA SECTIONAL PN arf' .2 Xxx. Lsmzvfsw CENT AL C A 'MMP X5 JTR 'GW' Besr Rscoao ISI S 4 ,Q 'h A n X 1' in J' "7 Flrst Row Left to rlghtg Dxck Belter, Don W1mSatt, Carl Plato, Tom Zeck, Tom Vavzlncak, Coach Felix K11mczak. Bottom Row' N1ckAu11s1o, John Nagy, Ron Wlmsatt, Mlke Becker, Dan Frltz. 4 A fv , " A 3' I - f x gf. 3 ' . . A a V, I I fi A ,A f A V 4 Y? . f A , f ' ,-Q -XI fv X ,V , ' 5 N.. - 5 fo A 1 v " "' . S. U.. ,Y . V f. A A. ,xii 'ii .J Er- - . 5 A 4. 'Y s o X. , gage- ,. - - , , no ' l . A- 'ia w , , 6 N f '- f :rg U Q m R ' f W' f' f --5 X. S' V... x , 1 ,, 1 .X t , 0 I A Q A Q H C- a s ' , ' ?......1.-- SENWOR 1957 1958 BASKETBALL SENIOR 17 wms 2 losses Elyrla Catholxc R1dgev1lle St John Cantxus Clearvlew Gilmour Academy Loram St Mary Cleveland St Stans Our Lady of Lourdes 55 Oberlm Cleveland St Stans Sandusky St Mary St John Cant1us Norwalk St Paul G1lmour Academy Vermxhon Our Lady of Lourdes 40 ELYRIA AA SECTIONAL 77 Clearvlew 74 MldV1eW BEREA AA DISTRICT 45 Elyrla RECORDS 44 polnts by Zeck1n one game John Nagy 17 Stralght w1ns by team Tom Zeck 443 po1nts all season record by Zeck N Clearvlew St. Mary's G1lmour 56 ' ' 61 78 . ' 33 50 ' 34 64 50 63 ' . 45 64 . 39 80 74 ' 57 55 . 44 64 Lorain St. Mary 46 72 . 58 78 . ' 44 45 . 38 57 ' 31 48 ' ' 35 69 ' 54 ' ' 69 ' 80 RESERVES f'31'V .J X. Left to Right Jerry Vargo K1p Roe, A1 Za1esk1, A1 Bacher, M1ke Gula, John M1tro, Coach George Snnonovxch, Jim McIntyre, Bob Yoo, Therman Anderson, J1m Bexter, Frank Humphrey IDVIE FALLS TO PANTHER ' Vxirfj 7? EE .13 132' E L -' Y QI. RE' :ik Af NR in Q 'L' Z' E ff I f R 4 , . GOLF X-C5 ,vw 1 Left to Right Tony C1r1g11ano, Denn1s Ryan, Pat O Connor, Dick Beiter, Tom Vavzmcak, Coach Joe Paul TRACK 05299 '23 ,ax Flrst Row' Left to right, Tom E1kms,Jim Joyce, Jlm Krawczyk, Tom Mahl, Vic Toth, Nxck Abraham, D1ckKsen1ch, Larry Smder,A1 Zaleskx, Jun Soht. Second Row Jlm Marcero, Mxke Fxtzpatrlck, J1mBe1ter,Denn1sDowns, John George, Bob Yoo, Ron Becker, Walter Jenne, Ray Toth, Dave Beno N' Y H - ' go? ., H .H T fd -tr ' "1 ' -. 3' , . f V N jf F K I - Q l x i . . . . . , is t"' 41 ' ,1 1 --:L .Q J J e T 20 5 - ,Q Q - - E JV QSQQ L ri? T. F I' WV, 4? 1 K JU IORS Qi Lookmg every b1t the f1ne group that they are, are the Jumor class off1cers, left to rlght, Ron Bousek presxdent Grace Knoble, secretary, Leon St Mar1e, treasurer, and Rlta Lepkowskx, v1ce presldent N1CkAU11 SIO, Rodger Ganobclk Jamce Krutch, and Manlyn Stahl were the Jumor class representatlves th1s year N1ck Aul1s1o Pat Barney M1ke Becker Barb Bas1nsk1 Dlck Belter N f Ron Bousek Sally Bycynskx D1ck Boyson Martha Czarny Vxc Bronlsh Th1s year has been full of wonder ful confuslon and endless 3Ct1V1t19S for the Jumor class The long awa1ted Rmg Ceremony and Rmg Dance and the Jumor Sen1or Prom, In anOr1en tal Mood h1ghl1ghted the1r busy 57 58 term whxle the annual trlp to Washmgton, D C held May 14 through May 18, was a f1tt1ng clxmax We Semors extend the leadershlp 1n Elyr1a Catholxc H1gh School to the cap able hands of the Jumors and ask them to lnvoke Mary as Our Lady of Grace and patroness of our school, for guxd ance and help ln the1r comlng year Good luck, and God bless you rffyx Emerson B1ersbach Gerrl B1a1r Hal Blakeslee Janet Brown Ken Bonnett Alf One more perlod then LUNCH!! L -Q'-' 154, . . . s A T . - . U . - 97 ' ' ' y , - A , . . 4 1 'ii I O, Ai . . . 6 . . . Q 2 ' 'c . , v , . . . I ,- x ,. ' "T -' 1- .r 4 f- l sf.:-5' f 1" Y 'J K ' ' A ' 1' . . H, ' gas, - .U N 'K Q - fa P-, f,n, , . la ' f'xH:'?' x let 'gif f ' My , IQ, lv" -if ,1mK'.L,. El. ,gs izth lets, wqv :1 'ft 5 a V5 lq, X Q1 -'Q ' 8 x, RH? ' I I 'N Vi, I SXA P " o : C A4 ,' ,iff Xl' -. flaw! Ari. S ff fl - , I . ' ' 'BQ' .V Q sax- f: 1' ' T' M ti z, - - it. ' ' N I l K I l ll ' --- H W Frank Dombrosky Nancy Elbert Dave Fortune Ruth Frolo John Frabotta UU Joe Gressler Barb Gutman Don Guggenblller Carla Guyeskl Jerry Gurchlk ?Y Fred KOVIHK Sandy H1St John Laubenthal Mary Belle Howard John Lmden U9 N--9 an' S-7 R 77 'qi Tom Brosky Karen Davls B111 Bulger Karen Donovan MLke Daraby Jerry Freeman Els1e Gerhart Dan Frltz Pat Glowenskl Roger Gonobc1k ! 5 Allan Hall Sally Herman Denms Hurlbut Sue Hevener Ed Kmpper '31' Jxm Machovma Sandy Hyer B111 Mahl Judy Jackson John Malher , 'J 4 . 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Grace Knoble -ef' B111 Petruzzl Jamce Krutch Carl Plato Anthony Pollock R1ta Lepkowsk1 Lyle Ross Marle Less V 5 Leon St Marle tx A M 'ff Jack Sxnegar Mary Llghtowler Joe Stark Carol Lock J1m Staron C?-Q my Ed Stevenson Yvonne Maddock Ray Toth Marge Manzo Jerry Vencel 5' L.. Joe Webber R1ta Marcero .ff Tom Webber Sharon McAll1ster Tom W1lbert A it Il -at QV " lf- V ' ,I D , ff 1 V . ' " 4424 z A 9 ' 0 5 x. . , X . lst , 1 1.3 . I . 4 L- E, .Q S A YV K "ff ' v . ,4 - M tv f., A xx ,I x 7 7 , 7 ' m , ffl S -' A 'D , il , at gf X ' 1 ,L Q S Q ' 4' fi ,I nw '. . . . . 2 ,, l nu- w. ' , , 'if' as -la 3: 7' gt , .. .2bg'f,.g.5. ,LQ ' I . 1 LK ,I Lgizzimgga A 'fx 'WS .fi Q Q ' " 5' af:"'7'53' Q, , ,t N .4 , . we D if y - ,st - 1, M -ll ' if '- r ,ree Q ' 7 A V K-,X ' J - 752. 0 Y " ft 41 !'l7?g5f: w W ' A 5 'nf l S. if? " 2 K 5-. ' -Jw 7 i fn.. , 5, W a -A '.:' y - , so c f w .V i ",, I . ' , ' 4 N . A S MM, 5 -ae N l . , ,, ' . 4: 0 , 411' a at - , w . S he S ' swf S I X 'J . . ' N V 1 - . S, 1 - ' Ron Wxmsatt L1nda Nxlges John Wocon1sh Mary Ann Noonan Bob Wuensch CarolReams Sandy Resar Momca Rlbar Laura Rzetelny R1ta Schmltz Rose Standlfer Ann Traxler C' F3 3 K X S-fl' Rosemary Trombetta W' '- Pat Walter Judy Wiele 7' ? T7 Dave Wxllemm Mary McGowan Tom Wmlloughby Barb Meo Don Wxmsatt Margarete Nuhn Dorothy Olejko Darla Petruzzl Marge Plas Barb Radosevlch he Xa Shlrley Schmltz Jeanette Scott Barb S1m Pat Smxth Marllyn Stahl Marge Wirscham Andy Worthington Jean Yarsa Marge Zgrabik SOPHOMORES Going over plans for the Froshmore Frohc are the sophomore class offi cers left to right, Dick Stolzenberg, treasurer, Ann Bommer, vice president, Sheila Dwyer, secretary, and Bob Yoo president Sophomore class representatives for the 57 58 term were Russ Aulisio Jim Renz,Nancy Hastings and Gayle Spisak Nick Abraham Vonya Adams Thurman Anderson Sue Amato Russ Aulisio W Qt' 5.1 wry Jim Barta Shirley Barron Dennis Bedocs Marilyn Basmski Tom Bedocs rf RX 'Sa Planning for the Froshmore Frolic, a "get acquainted' dance held in Jan- uary, was the "big item' on the sopho- more agenda this year. Besides their participation in Friendship Week and the intramural games, the sophs have manifested their enthusiasm and school spirit by actively promoting the mission and magazine drives as is evidenced by their outstanding homeroom percentages' The seniors wish them continued success in their Junior and senior years, under the patronage of Our Lady of Grace A1 Bacher Nancy Araca A1 Baracskai Elaine Archer Tom Baracskai sa, Wd fab. L we What shall we draw today? Q . I 9 , , . . . , . . ' 1 -9 - , . . . . A -'sv Q L+ 'vf A - .',' P- A K ,f ' Ny' ' s 1 'V ' 4.2 X, 'N 'I Spa s L ' . K' as 'X 2 g . L.. L' 6 afxr gy A vy 5 at 1 s 'U - y 9 - Y . ' fl! Ii '. X 1 a jf' . . ' 4 V S, 1 ' ' 5 A R ,z-fa lc:-:ff . 1 35.- it X I x f L 'rf 3 xX 'A ' rc ,, n ' -Q , t . 5 'wa Pat Behan Mary Jo Behne J1m Belter Lmda Benton Merle Bernath gf Leroy Berthold Mary Lou Bxrkllne Jun Boggs Joan Blalr "7 Bob Bonczek George Brand Ann Bommer 1' Chuck Coven -f Lenore Buescher Larry Decker J1m Elkms Barb Bullock Joe Fekete Maureen Carlm -1 ,N Me. Paul Frabotta Shlrley Coughlm John George Pat Dahl Dave Gllgenbach Dan Golskl Sh1rley Dallas Don Grabenstetter Barb Daly 'V W M1ke Gula Chuck Hamm Lorr1 Demboske Howard Hayes Mary Jane Dxedrxck Fred Helyes X . i . If W 51 -'P' . 'Kb Y 1 ' N- I . . Ik. In 5: 4. ' ,V C . -:QI gf g .i , Qt- gt , B, " V ,N , X .K -X X 'A .r .-an -4. ' ' A Y x LIL if 1 f , 1 Q' , , f f XX j, x 1. . ". wi c X 1 X V 5 X if ln ' S X ' tw XXX' X A gy-, D ' , 8 .Q . "V, ' sv , 2 bf :lj Mike Fitzpatrick 1 if . 7 K ' an 'lllrxailcflar ? iflixge . 7. ,. ' ' . V 5 K .Ll lil I r 'A 3, - As' 'A , ' M ,S .11 :ff K' '?f 1 1 A - - my Q B I , I X 1 A fc 'Z iz- " ' , V' . in K L I gr, uf iz ' " E-if 1:- Q I: 1:1 QI' 4., nr L- "w ' ' + T1 s f v'- x ' Y J1m Joyce Sandy Dye D1ck Kammskl Marjorle Faulkner Larry Kam1nsk1 Ron Ksemch Shlrley Frltz Chuck lV'anzo Marlan Froehllch J1m Marcero is Jlm McIntyre Judy Graham Jon M1tro Agnesmae Hartman B111 M1tt1er 4 Sak V' "bf H-B 4' Larry Hey man Wanda Duffy John Horx ath Shella Dwyer Frank Humphrev '7 Allen Kapelka Mary Fekete T1m Krebs Jac kle Flood John Krxstoff 36' ' "P'1!" 1 'Sl 1:7 ,nr ""..4Q.""'l 'J'- ,, .l. A John Martm Bonnle Gay Dennls McCarthy V1v1an Gerhart M1ke McHugh T4 Ron Paukst Nancy Hastmgs Jerry Plnkerton Becky Hayes Herman Plas , Q D ,L 1 , v ,, I 'PA yy" XX , Ai 'I Dick Rainey Marie Jones Dennis Rambo Erika Kadas Ken Reddinger Dick Rumph Jean K1rsh Dennis Ryan Mary Lou Koviak A1 Rzemiski Q , rs Larry Snider Dorores Logan John Sokol Pat Lupe Tom Stanko i HX' if ,- ... 'W 5' y' , 1 , 5: W' K 1. ' , sXl ,7- 'fr' T? "-af "N Tom Pluto Elaine Hodnick Dick Pollen Sandy Horvath Tom Radican J1m Renz Nancy Kaiser Kip Roe Liz Ketch Louis Rufo George Schaefer Diane Larizza Dick Simmons Barb Lee George Smith 'E Ray Staskiews Gail Lustek Dick Stillwell Donna Lydon Dick Stolzenburg X. L? X I uf Q is K ' "i' 6' A an . I V 'W -gy 1 n JJ j 'vi . N Q X Y . ' 5, ,j' 1 .TZ Y is y if . ' ,Q . ' ai - X , ' 1.265 WW' X . l ' ul '1- . 4 t V . ' I tex " L. 1 Q- I gk , ,xl 1 Y . if g, by Lx- , ' , ', - ' ,. ' ' 'QL 1' I . Giiqfifg ' 1 b U . td I ri, ,Lf . a.h.5?': K i I YH H, , ix I I 233'?f'Zf6 PX Q ff 3 ew J A- ' . , S - , ..,, I. f i 'ff in -5? ' is L S ' L iria i x Q f I p V . .,. S f Q, 1 L3 W' f -f o grkaf, A I ' " I If 'fi . N M . Sondra Staw1ck1 Kathy Supers Judy Szente Carol Thomas Marge Thome Carolyn Wazymak Karen Wxll Colleen W1l1em1n Kathy Wyszynskx Dorothy Yarsa 'Nw No p1cture offered SOPHOMORE Norm Pesch J1m Solet Marlanne Gmzak Sue Sapp Edwm Cazeau John Coghlan FRESHM AN Judy Comerford L1nda Gurchlk Mart1n Bromsh Janet Hall Sherman Eckerfleld Kathy Heath B111 Wuensch Larry Wyman Judy Gary ff'-2 'Q ALL for one and one for ALL Yum Yum Eat em up' ' G . X I "On no! Another test!" "I almost woke up th1s morn1ng." X 73 - ' . :N 'I-' N -1 ,Q 24 Q- 7 Tf' X., 'ly X RN, 4 1 lg? R . ' -.1 A - f v- f wa ' " at " " if 6' ., . . ' 'L' 1 lf' 'B ' L 1 A J 5 B l K2 X 3 if fi My x ' W 1' L V ? K 5 W 2 5 ,J , My 1, ff- -f ,f I ku it , L A 1 4. . U 77 U Y D 'J -f ,- Carl Thorne Karen McCarty Jerry Vargo Kitty McGowan Ken Wacker Pat Mullen Pegy Nagy Sally Notley 35, Barb Nuhn Mary Ellen O Connor X T7 Carlotta Ribar Virginia Roberts Kathy Ross Nancy Schmitz Ann Schoenbachler vj C X N 4 ,E V7 .ig Jim Szmama Molly Machock Bill Taylor Karen Malik Carl Ternes Dave Wert Doris Jo Mercer Bob Yoo Rita Mraz Al Zaleski fs Jeanett O Donnell Fran Peters Gayle Plas Barb Puka Carolyn Rapolz 2 L 1 , WX- ! N Barb Smith Marianne Cmizak Johanna Speiss Gayle Spisak Jean Spooner FRESHME B111 Pollock, pres1dent,E1ise Hove kamp, secretary A1 Csontos, treasurer, and Jean Plas, vlce president, were elected to freshman offices for the 57 58 year Representa tlves to the freshman class were Rlchard Durack, Robert Gurch1ck, D1aneDeBevec and Donna W1elopolsk1 Jlm Anderwskx Audrey Anderson B111 Barney sandy Andrachxk 'K Dave Becker 9' Karl Bonnett Rxta Barnes John Brandt Pat Bedocs X The 57 58 year has been an ex cxtmg and eventful one for the fresh man class, the newest members of Elyrxa Catho11c Several get ac quamted functxons, mcludmg Fr1end sh1p Week, 1n1t1ated by the Student Council, the Froshmore Fro11c, plan ned by the sophomore class, and a Pizza Party, sponsored by the GAA were executed to acquamt the fresh men with E C and high school life As freshmen, they have had many ex per1ences for the flrst t1me the1r first pep rally, the1r flrst retreat, the1r first honor assembly exper lences that w1l1 have speclal signifi cance and meaning 1n the years to come The semor class wxshes them many more years of real mean1ng and pur pose and asks Our Lady of Grace to guide and protect them 1n their re maining years at Elyr1a Catho11c Ron Becker Natalle Antkow1ak Dave Beno Barb BaC13WSk1 Make Bxerek Frank Buck A W lk ag The fifth period chow line vm ' A ' -1 - 4 . . ,, ,, ,, ' ' U , . ,, .... - 9 ,Q . - .Ag . . . 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Bob Godzwon Robe rta D1ck1nson Bob Gurch1k Cathy Dolan B111 Hayes fi WM' I . in, 1 X441 Q'-an 5 1 TQ' 'W Xh !uff'iiX Urban Buescher Karen Bonnett Val Jon Chizmar Lois Broberg Dan Chrulski Denms Downs Mary Cheevers Jlm Draper Mabel Coven Rod Drost T1m Flood V1cky DeFaz1o Tom Forthofer Ray Fortune Jerry Henderson Janet Dombrosky Ed Jasanv Betsy Fortman Wally Jenne " 3 A sl - , - ., 9 ., ' V M 1-' T' an , -Z4 'L' . . , y A Q ' v ' N ' . LX N ' X" f 737 ft X X . f' f. 4 I w .- ' ,, W 4 ' ,iw f ' - Ag gf' fi -'V X K 'rf x ' 3 ' X Y. I s I s .S W N, 'I C' . . , 4. . . :Eg a -B '- of D M' ' - 1 ' '37 ' 27, 4 1 . aa a f' , A 'Suv' gl I 2, I '9' . ' 1,27 kr 'tv M, , Mary DeT1u10 , :QQ A he an - f ' D i1af5vm 2 ind QW:N.d 47'2,,, 1 ', , L. , 4 Jn 35 i 3 12, 'I . 1-f v- X ' 13 ' 1? 4, J fx " A lg' F As KZ ,V 1 kb ' ' ' g V 1: - B. 'fri ' . ' I ' ' Xf- A : A " J -, 1- In li x Q: iv fs I 2 nn V 5 ' , x. . 'Q , -',- Q' ,X . .,- 1. -- ,l .D X ,X . ,j V. 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' ,xxx J 1 5 Jim Krawczyk Jackie Graham Dick Kress Jackie Gutkowski Dick Ksenich Tom Mahi Gerr1 Higgins Mark Mausser Theresa Hintz Jim McGowan Q uf 5.1 1,4 Ward Peters Barb Johnson Bill Otten Phyllis Hylen John Nickle A f 30 B111 Renlck Janice Kovalesky B111 Resar Nancy Koviak Tom Rice if B George Schaefer Janet Lesky Doug Seward Janette Lesniak Steve Shipula 'Xf X f..-sn iffy j ' dy--1 ,t" 5, Tom Stawicki Marie Mancuso Mark Tarhalla Gerri Manzo John Timko X1 ...f' iv if Tom Polen Pat Kaminski B111 Pollock Carol Kasper Larry Raidl Ray Roberts Harriett Kulzynski Frank Rodachy Tina Larizza John Ruth Ken Sito Michele Lewis Kurt Snyder Judy Lord Tom Southam 'Gary Tomazic Shirley Ann Marcus Dick Toth Agnes Markus Vic Toth '77 Carol S19I'I11IlSk1 Karen Smegar Exleen Smkmson Judy Smlth Kathy Smlth W jx Donna Truffm Fe11C1a Vavzlncak Marcla Wazynak Lmda Webber Sally Webber K 5.4 Margaret Wood 1 M 6' Bertha Rumph Mary Jane Rzemlskx Mon1ca Salter Mary Ann Sapp Tom Sc1u1l1 Jeanette Wransky A K Carol Wykrent Judy Yarsa Ma ry Yousko Q '75 X ew Pam Sobos1a1 V1o1a Stensky Sandy Szehga Betty Takacs Ann Txmko Donna W191Op01Sk1 Karen W11helm Clara W1111amS Dxane W1ll1ams Ann Wxrscham Madelene Zaleskl Rose ZdroJewsk1 Carol Z1dek 38 Mlke W111 Jeanette McCartney Dan Yanosky Kathle McIntyre D1ck Young 26 Kathy Monscheln Clare Monschem Joan Moore Barb Moran Mary MOFFISOH 9 Midge O Connor Pat O Connor Carol O1szewsk1 Leona Pajor Mary Petruzz1 Sk B fx. rv WIN YH . 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' ECHO LOG September 1954 At zero hundred a crew of one hundred and th1rty brave seamen boarded the good sh1p ECHO hoplng that the commg voyage would be successful Our Captam was Rlchard Bllss and h1s Fxrst Mate was Mary Jane R1ley Tom Zeck and Lucy Haas completed the vessel s command1ng offxcers Notable advlsers were S1ster Mary Agnes Ann, S1ster Mary CeC1116 S1ster Mary G1ovanne and S1ster Mary Kenneth After the usual seaslckness, whxch conslsted 1n droppmg books, arr1v1ng late for classes, forgettlng asslgnments and losmg penclls and lunches, we fmally became adjusted to th1s new way of 11fe Every now and then the ECHO docked at a port of speclal lnterest where the rout1ne of the sh1p l1fe was forgotten and a good t1me was had by all the crew Some of these occaslons were Open House Famlly N1ght, and the Froshmore Frollc Bes1des backmg the varslty and reserve football and basketball teams durmg the course of the year, we ourselves took part 1n the sport act1v1t1es offered to our class We were very proud of our 10 2 record 1n basketball W1th the termmatlon of the year we felt that we had braved the seven seas of the Freshman year very well, and that we were all capable of settmg sa1l for the Sophomore year September 1955 A crew of one hundred and twenty f1ve seamen, eager to explore new hor1zons, boarded the sh1p for our second voage W1th the knowledge that Rlchard Blxss, our sea worthy Captam, was at the bow Mary Jane R1ley F1rst Mate, was an expert 1n boostlng the morale of the Captam and the crew wh1le our burled treasure was kept well mtact by Tom Zeck F1rst Class Penny Offlcer Takmg Ferancy, our Chlef Correspondence Agent Sparkllng w1th v1m and v1gor from the hearty sea atmos phere were our representatlves of the crew John Guenm John Nagy Lucy Haas, and Molly McDonough Also, aboard the shxp were S1ster Mary St M1chael S1ster Mary W1n1fred and S1ster Mary Teresemarle supplylng us W1th sp1r1tual guldance durmg our long, hard Journey There was never a dull moment aboard shlp, for early ln our voyage the offlcers planned a week full of fun and exc1tement called Fr1endsh1p Week Th1s week IS devoted to meet1ng new fr1ends and renewlng old frlendshxps Soon after, the crewwas agam enterta1ned by the Froshomore Frolxc, an affalr sponsored for every able bodled sa1lor who could dance Each mormng, at sunrxse, the crew hustled on deck to hear the stra1ns of our band as the flag was holsted to the mast Its members conslsted of Jeanette Buescher, George Facsko, Mary Beth Hart Carol Nemmers, Denn1s O Neal, and Mary Jane R1ley Arrlvmg home from our voyage we were refreshed w1th the thought that our knowledge of the sea and 1ts hardshlps had been 1ncreased September 19 56 Our thxrd voyage began on a brxght, sunny mornmg wlth the command of our Captam Tom Zeck to pull 1n the anchor and set the throttle at full speed straxght ahead Carol Strohsack h1s trusty asslstant, was always ready to make sure that h1s orders were obeyed Jack Ross and Peg Glover made up the remamder of the commandmg offlcers John Guenm was just named Treasurer of the Navy and Mary Jane R1ley was appomted to keep the ship's log Our ch1ef advlsors were S1ster Mary Glovanne and S1ster Mary Helene W1th two successful voyages to our cred1t, we were 1ook1ng ahead to clear sa1l1ng and many new and exc1t1ng exper1ences We must have presenteda cheery appearance to any p1rates lurkmg about ' 9 . , . . i . . . . . , . . , 7 , . . . . . ' ' '. zz rs . if ' ' 77 . , . . . . , . . . . ,, ,, . . , . account of our adventurous activities, with her trusty quill and sea-gull, dyed ink, was Carolyn . 7 . 7 ! ' ' 1 7 . . , , . , . 7 . . . . . , , ' ! when we donned our vivid red alpine hatsfor our annual Friendship Week celebration The Christ mas season found most of the crew busily preparing for its annual concert No ship would be complete without a newspaper, so no one was surprised to see editor, Peg Glover and her page editors Mary Ann Bonn, Molly McDonough, Carol Nemmers, Pat Rambo, Mary Jane Riley, and Carol Strohsack heartily engaged at work in the boiler room at their little printing press trying to meet the deadline A highlight of the year was the day we received our class rings The evening following the cere mony the crew attended the Ring Dance Moonlight Indigo In May sixty three members of our crew docked in Wash1ngtonD C to tour the various points of mterest Everyone enjoyed themselves so much that our captain had to promise them an opportunity to display their singing talents again 1naSprmg Concert entitled, It saB1g,W1de, Wonderful World to get them to board ship Another added feature of this year was the Junior Senior Prom, Moonlight and Roses As our third voyage was drawing to a close each sailor regreted coming into port and dropping anchor but we were all eagerly awaiting the morning when we could sail again in our Semor year September 1957 One hundred eleven sailors embarked on our final voyage confident that there would be clear sailing ahead with Tom Zeck as our captain, and Peg Glover Dick Henke, and Carolyn Ferancy as supportmg officer On the upper deck were our spiritual advisors Sister Mary Carl and Sister Mary Ida After a few days at sea, we were happy to hear that our paper The Challenge had received the distinguished rating of All Catholic Our football and basketball teams payed tri bute to our ship by their outstanding achievements on the sports scene Much of the teams success was due to the creditable work of the cheerleaders, who placed second in the cheerleading contest An important feature of the year was the Homecoming Game when Carol Strohsack reigned as our Homecoming Queen with her attendants Louise Flickenger, and Ann Snyder Filled with enthusiasm our crew set out to spread Catholic literature through our annual Magazine Drive The Christmas Concert under the direction of Sister Mary St Gabriel broadened our apprecxatlon of music Our voyage grew more interesting with the success of our Christmas formal Twi Light Fantasy With the close of our fmal retreat we were prepared to meet any perils that the sea of life might present We regretedto see our beloved admiral S1ster Mary Loyole depart from us to take charge of a larger ship but we were happy to greet Sister Mary Vernice as her successor For the last time we had the privilege and Joy of presenting our finest program of the year the Spring Choral Concert The Junior Senior Prom, next on our ship s calendar was enloyed by all After paying tribute to our Spiritual Mother Mary, we set sail for our eternal commencement. ! ' ! n Kr a n D . u - 9 ' 7 ' ' ' u 1 ' ' n ' , . ' ' - ' cc ' n . . , . . . . , . . . . . , , . his able assistants. John Guenin, Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, had Mary Jane Riley as h1S ' ' . n u n , n a gg 77 n , 1 . . . . . N . ,, .- . . . . , . , . . . D . . . , , . . . g . , . . . D . . . . N .- . ,, , . ' . 9 . ! Q . . . . . . , . - . . , . . . , . PROPHECY World War IH has come and gone it is the year 1978 Admiral Tom Zeck is now in Ant- arctlca, alone As he s1ts back 1n his easy cha1r, he wonders about h1s classmates of Elyr1a Cathollc A log settles 1n the fire, sparks fly and a strange creature appears warming h1s hands Who are you? asks the Admiral I am the Splrlt of the Present and have come to show you the class of 58 How can you do th1s?It is xmpossible for me to leave my post for any length of time That s all rlght, we ll be around the world before you can count e1ghty Okay?Qu1ck!Let s swmg on to th1s star BOOM! boom! boom! BOOM! boom! boom! BOOM! boom' boom! D1g that crazy Jazz' But I dont wanta clean kettles, mutters Ed Brown as he opens a new box of S O S His occupat1on IS clean1ng kettles for the Canmbals in deepest, darkest Afr1ca, com mented the Splrlt From Elyrla to Syc1a 1S ablgjump but John Stanko s Army Surplus Store there 1S grow1ng by leaps and bounds Onward we go Whythere s Carol Nemmers cooking p1zza 1n Greece Her ch1ef peperon1 cutter IS Jean Vargo ln Vemce But Sandy Krebs and John E1schen haven t gone under yet Bblppll Guess I spoke too soon Sunny Italy IS also the land of v1neyards Th1s IS where B111 Noveske produces h1s ex qu1s1te w1nes, w1th the help of Pat O Connor and John Nagy who use plenty of foot work in preparmg the grapes Also employed here IS the nov1ce conno1sseur Ed Staw1ck1 Ahhh! the a1r certa1nly IS 1nv1gorat1ng up here Remember Ann Snyder?She sthere 1n Sw1t zerland just about to start her test dr1ve over the Alps in a car called Rambo s Rambler It was deSlg'Il6d by Pat Rambo and sure h1t the Polish automotwe world w1th a bang " Achool' Gesundhextl Sounds as though we re com1ng into Germany When we go by Stmendelr Street look to your left and you ll see the Baden Worst Pretzel Factory Pat Lament IS 1tS pr1ze w1nn1ng twlster Don t bl1nk for the next few seconds or you w1ll miss Luxembourg that boasts the world famous Rollmg, RlS11'lg, andDowns Yeast Fac tory This is owned and operated exclusively by Jean Rol1ng, George Reising, and Tom Downs Do you hear that applause? It s for Bob Holland who IS receivmg the Lobel Peace Prize for dxscouragmg the use of atomic weapons You know of course, that he 1nvented pointed toed wooden shoes Wh1Ch have a much greater eff1c1ency xn advanced types of warfare BONG! BONG! BONG! BONG! BONG! Sounds like B1g Ben s workmg agam Sure enough they ve h1red Don Fitzpatr1ck of F1tz s Fix lt Flat Now would you l1ke to go to T1pperary?It s not really such a long way Yes IS there a shortcut? We sp1r1ts don t need to use shortcuts, be cause here we are Begorral Dennis and Don O Neal are stlll try1ng to out w1t those Leprechauns What happened to all the girls 1n our class? Youll see Here 1n Parls a new halrdo, that s all the rage, IS Fhck s Delop It was ID vented and patented by Louise Flickmger and Sandra Dolack1 owners of a beauty salon Spa1n s just next door let shop over Made lon Csontos world famous matador, IS about to term1nate her one hundred f1fty f1rst kill Ole! She d1d Just before I left I heard on our radlo that two of your classmates were help1ng 1na flash flood 1n the Sahara Mary Ne1dhart and Sh1rley Mason are on that sand dune admlmstermg f1rst a1d Don t look down or you ll get seasick Good, we re over land aga1n, looks l1ke the Amazon Of course, there's Bob Kalter and h1s col leagues, Jim McCrann and Jerry Meecha, ex per1ment1ng w1th fungus We ll have to go slower nowthat we re over Venezuela so we wont mxss Ted Martln and D1ck McCrann at the1r globe factory It 1S sa1d that they have the whole world 1n the1r hands You can take off that heavy cloth1ng now be cause we are approach1ng Flor1da and the good old U S A Can you read that s1gn from up here? It IS an advertrsement for Archer s A1rl1ne Headman there IS Larry Archer w1th h1s ace fl1ers Sandy Cornell, Larry Snyder, and R8glS fBuz! Cloonan Remember that land mark from your Wash 1ngton tr1p'P It s the Wash1ngton Monument The top sect1on harbors a grow1ng organiza t1on the Th1rd Party of Amer1ca whose motto is, Corrupt and We Know It! Founder IS Tom Wagner, whose rlght and left hand men are Bob Stang and Bill McCartney 0 P , . . . . . . . . K, , . . . . . , - . K ,, . . . ,, . . ll ' ' . . ! 77 if ' 7 ' ' . . ,, . . , . . . , ,, . 0 - I zz ! ' r cr ' ' 7 - - 1 n ' ' D fl ' 77 ' l if ' ' 7 - . . . . ,, . . , . . . If D D 77 . If ' D K . . . cr 1 . . . . . . ,, - , . . , . - . . ,, . . . . . . , . , . . u ' ! ' . I a ' ' , . cr 1 . 1 u n . e ' , . , . 0 fl ' . "Must be pretty hard be1ng a street cleaner . . I . 4 l I u n 9 n ' cr h - ' ' H 3 ! u ' ' 7 ' , , . . 0 p . Q ' - , .- . . . . , - u ' ' u 9 " 9 . , . . ,, . . . . . . . cr 1 ' ' -' ' I . cc ' - K ! ! . . ' ' n Q , 1 u . ,, . , . . s I a ' . tl - ! - . . , . . . - If 7 ' K I o n , . . . - . Well, so the New York Chamber of Com- merce welcomes us S1nce we re here, how about sitt1ng 1n on the Pullet Prize Awards Gene Tackas IS Just rece1v1ng this honor for his book, compr1sed mainly of fowl language, entitled Chicks I Have Known PORTLAND MAINE TRAFFIC LAWS ENFORCED Ron Bacher, st1ll the mathematical whiz he was in school, IS constructmg that br1dge across the North Atlantic His slogan bemg, Take a tram to Amsterdam Just across the border 1n Lower Moosehead, Ottawa, Peg Glover dlrects Peggy s Prep School At the head of the Lat1n Department is Molly McDonough As instructor of hlstory, Judy Paulson always gets the dates Dick fR1cardoD Notley teaches Spanish Cheer, cheer for old Notre Dame' Coach John Guenm s football team is w1nn1ng many games under the ardent support of cheerleaders Brenda Bruck, D1ck Henke and Pat Byar Whoever called Ch1cago the W1ndy C1ty was r1ght, but the sound commg from Mary Jane R1ley and Arlene Rad1can stwo g1rl orchestra certainly carries well It s an ambush! But here come DICK Calla han, head of the renowned law enforcement agency, the Texas Rangers, and his cohorts Paul Taylor, Don Eyring, and George Fascko to head them off at the pass The band1ts have been sl1ghtly slowed because they had to y1eld the rxght of way to Franc1s CBeevoD McG1ynn Tom Kam1nsk1, Carl Olah, and Francls M1tro who are competmg 1n a trans world b1ke race Judges for th1s contest are Judy Flaherty, Pat Zacharyasz and Al1ce Mashinski Money IS the root of all ev1l, but that doesn t seem to bother people here 1n Las Vegas J1m Bedocs and Dan Alberts are presently operat1ng at the Pa1r a d1ce Club They are known to the publ1c as the team of Bric and Brac Mavernck Cahforma here we come! In Hollywood, Larry Rader, Marg1e Vargo and Mary Beth Hart produced the Academy Award w1nn1ng mus1cal, Macbeth It stars Jack Ross as Mac beth and Joyce Hall as Lady Macbeth Twenty six m1les across the sea, Carol Strohsack 18 writmg a love lorn column Don t you think that secluded Katalina is the 1deal place for such an occupatlon? How peaceful IS the Pac1f1c But look onthe beach of the luxurious Hawahan estate Pat Tarhalla IS throwing another of her extrava ganzas It IS a luau this time You know that Joyce KIIIZSI is employed as private secretary and Marita Reinders as accountant Using one of these isolated islands as a base are Stephen Gurchik and Larry Chrulski, the first volunteers for a manned satell1te, are getting up in the world BONNNNNNGIII Her majesty the Queen of Siam Sheila McGuire, with the royal court consisting of Barbara Schaefer, Ed McCoy and Andy Hayes are about to be shown an original ballet It is called Swan River and features Ron Modock, George Ross and Walter Rozmarynowycz Isn t lt mteresting that here in India cows are held sacred? It must greatly hinder Lucy Haas, Dorothy Basinski and Norma Jean Baum gardner xn their soclal work among the natives Confuclus say Is one great feat to swim Yellow Sea IS more greater feat to cross China on pogo stick Two of your classmates are proving thxs statement They are frogman Ted Emerich and Pogo Paul Pustay Twenty years ago lt would have been 1m possible to fly from Ch1na to Japan without a plane, but now it IS noth1ng A popular restau rant in Tokyo is the Tea House of the September Moon under the management of Dolores Stahl, Edith Ann Olson, and Shirley Reese A 1 tea tasters Joan Caywood and Jim Webber are employed here How about go1ng to the G0bl Desert to see Al Havanas at h1s camel stop? Let s follow Bob Bohrer He IS a caravan leader and fre quent v1sitor Carolyn Ferancy, Jean Pileski, and Joan Edmonds are still acquirmg effeciency awards 1n business in the1r jobs as secretar1es at the Mongol1an People s Republ1c We are now passmg through the Iron Cur ta1n But s1nce Father Larry Lengyel, despite the efforts of Comrade Dale Balas, has f1nally converted Russ1a It IS not half as hard to go through as It used to be Smce the War, Moscow University has really gone American It even has a booster club headed by Bonnie Plas and Ann Marie Hartman Top shaker makers are Carol Koc sis and Carolyn Beard All the students are doing the Zig Zag 1ntroduced by the dance team of Loredel Mackert and Bob Zlegman Any questions? You had better make them quxck, my e1ghty seconds are almost up " All I can say IS Thanks As Tom eases back 1nto his chair, sparks again fly and the spirit vanishes a . 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I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I E IOR CLASS WILL Dorothy BaSlI'lSk1, will my pair of red castinets and my weather beaten sombrero to any Spanish I student who wants to get in the mood for Spanish II Norma Jean Baumgardner, will my naturally curly hair to Elsie Gerhart Carolyn Beard, will my left over school SUDDIIES to Vonya Adams Pat Byar, will my beat up saddle shoes to anyone who can afford shoe polish Brenda Bruck, will my alarm clock to Karen Malik Joan Caywood, W111byB A B S , and my P H D degrees in Psychology, Psychlatry, and Psycho analysls to Grace Knoble Sandy Cornell, will my seat on the St Jude School bus to anyone who has patience w1th little children Madelon Csontos, w1ll my quiet retlcence nature UD to my brother Allen Sandy Dolacki, will my bottle of blonde bleach to Peggy Nagy Joan Edmonds, will my seat out at Joe s to Mary Ann Noonan Peg Glover, w1ll my 2 000 word theme on Charlotte Bronte to anyone who can read RED Carolyn Ferancy, w1ll my used typing eraser to Janice Krutch Judy Flaherty, will my eyelash curler to Lmda Benton Louise Fllckinger, w1ll my twin brothers to anyone who wants double trouble Lucy Haas, w1ll my place 1n physlcs class to Monica Ribar Joyce Hall, will my flammg personality to a real cool junior, N1ck Aul1s1o Mary Beth Hart, w1ll my ab1l1ty to win in magazine dr1ves to Sandy Resar Andrea Hayes, will the blue Ford w1th the loud duals to my sister Becky Joyce Kmzel, will my 51 Chevy, The Bomb to Shirley Schmitz Carol Kocsis, w1ll my seat in the bleachers at rallies to any poor freshman who had to stand Pat Lament, will my Little Green Riding Hood outf1t to Dennis Novak Sandy Krebs, w1ll my love for math to my brother Tim Molly McDonough, will the W1dOW s peak thatl 1nher1ted from Rosemary Fritz, who 1nher1ted from Dan Meecha, to Barbara Bas1nsk1 Sheila McGuire, will two blocks of ice Cformerly my feet! resultmg from study hall 1n 213 to any Eskimo in need of bu1ld1ng materials Loredel Mackert, W111 my crazy laugh to Barbara Smith Al1ce Mash1nske, w1ll my slightly used auct1oneer s gavel to Rose Marie Standifer Shirley Ann Mason, w1ll my nickname SAM to Shirley Ann Marcus Mary Ellen Neldhardt, w1ll all my senior partles to D1ck Belter Carol Nemmers, w1ll the box of Kleenex in my locker to anyone in need of lt Ed1thann Olson, W111 my long blonde pony ta1l ffour years growthl to Andy Worthington Judy Paulson, will my off wh1te" sneakers to Margie Thome Jean PIIBSKI, w1ll my ab1l1ty to stay awake especially in sixth period to Freddie Koviak , . . . . . - . , . . . o I, ' - ' . , . . 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N ,, . t , . . . . . , . . . . u , . ,K - . . n I I Bonme Plas wxll my Job as co dlrector of the booster club Llttle Theatre Group to Mar1lyn Stahl Arlene Radxcan w1ll my rxght tenms shoe to the person who took the left one Pat Rambo W111 my Macbeth notes to my brother Denme Manta Remders w1ll my drwmg pr1v11ege to my slster Joan Shxrley Reese w1ll what s left of my hot rod Chevy to Jean Szelxga Mary Jane Rxley w1ll all my lelsure tlme to Rlta Lepkowsk1 Jean Rolmg, w1ll my shorthand notebooks to Susan Hlst Barbara Schaefer w1ll my ab1l1ty to type wlth the hunt and peck method to Marlan Melcher Annle Snyder w1ll my ab1l1ty to remember what I am talklng about to Blddy McGowan Dolores Stahl w1ll my p1nk Bermuda shorts to Margle Zgrabxk Carol Strohsack w1ll my shocklng pmk Chevy to any Junlor w1l11ng to repa1nt lt Pat Tarhalla, w1ll my place ln the flrst soprano sectlon 1n cho1r to Mxke Becker Jean Vargo w1ll my pony ta1l to Ann Bommer next year Pat Zacharyasz W111 my ab1l1ty to avo1d detentxons to my cousm Dave Zacharyasz Dan Albert, w1ll not w1ll anythmg to anybody Larry Archer w1ll all my used transm1ss1ons axles and rear ends to my sister Elame as she walks to school next year Dale Balas, w1ll my notorlous tresses to Tom Brosky Ron Bacher w1ll my place IH physlcs lab to Dlck Stolzenburg Jxm Bedocs, w1ll probably be a semor next year Robert Bohner, w1ll my pos1t1on on the football team to Mike Becker Ed Brown w1ll my rowdy nature to Ward Peters R1chard Callahan w1ll 011 burmng Thunderb1rd to Chuck Salter Larry Chrulskx w1ll my ab1l1ty to playa practlcal Joke on the whole school to my brother Danny Reg1s Cloonan, w1ll my safe drivmg habits and many txckets to Joe Feckete Tom Downs, w1ll my wrecked 50 Ford to anyone who wants It John Elschen, w1ll my park1ng spot 1n the school yard to Norm Pesh Ted Emerich w1ll graduate CI hope! Don Eyrmg, w1ll my lead foot to anyone who needs It badly Don F1tzpatr1ck, w1ll my ab1l1ty to get 48 stltches worth of cuts to anyone vnth enough intestmal fortltude to try lt , John Guemn, w1ll my seat 1n front of the T V for the Amos and Andy Show to Nancy Elbert I, Stephen Gurchlck, w1ll my n1ckname, "Gestapo," to my brother Bob. I, . , . . - . H . ,, , I, . , . . . t I, , ' ' . I, . . , . . . . . . i I, . , . , , . I, . , . . . . .. I, . . . . I, , . . . . ,, ,, . . I, . , . . . . . . I, , . . . . . I, , . . . . . . . . . . I, . . . . . . . . I, , . . D I, Margaret Vargo, will my left over filing supplies to anyone brave enough to take office practice I, , . . . . . . ' I, . . . . I, , . . . , , . , I, ' ' . I, , . . . . . I, . . . . I, . . . D I, , ' . I, . , . . - . . I I, ., . . . . . i I, . . . . n I, ' ' ' . I, . . . . . I, , ' . I, . . . . I I I I I I I I I Al Havanas, will my racing ability in hot rods to Maman Melcher Dick Henke will my ability to wrlte essays in trlg class to Allen Hall Robert Holland, will my slide rule to Susan Amato Robert Kalter w1ll my nickname Bullets, to my cousin J1m Elkins Tom Kaminskl will my bowling ability to my cousin Dick Kammski Larry Lengyel, will lend my ability to pass physics tests to any Junior B111 Mcartney will my parking position in the school parking lot to Torn Stanko, Ed McCoy, will my ways with the good 1ook1ng girls to Mike Gula Jim McCrann, will quietly leave the school D1ck McCrann, w1ll my skill in playing cards to Boegy Bedocs Jr Franc1s McGlynn will my much desired high executive position to Jim Renz Ted Martin, will my seat on Joe Paul s bench to Fred Helyes Jerry Meecha, w1ll my rebel Olds to Kip Roe Francis Mitro will my all American end posltlon to Tom Vavzincak Ron Modock, will the Green Dragon' fthe Dodge! to any reformed hot rodder John Nagy, will 6 ft 3 in to John Brandt Dick Notley, will my hot Plymouth to Ed Kmpper Pat O Connor, w1ll my ability to play poker to Red Willoughby Carl Olah will my ability to keep my hair in place most of the time to B111 Petruzzi Dennis 0 Neal, w1ll my SIZE 30 pants to Dennis Ryan Donald O Neal, will my place in the first place corridor before school to John Maiher Paul Pustay will my car to anyone who wants a fLemon Larry Rader, will my pleasing disposition and smile to Bob Bonczek George Reising will my long curly ha1r to B111 Bulger George Ross will my grandfather s cane to Leon St Marie Jack Ross, will my crew neck sweaters to Lenny L1sewsky Walter Rozmarynowycz will ability to catch 200 muskrats each week to Raymond Toth Larry Snyder, will my rebel Ford to Robert Yoo Bob Stang, w1ll my seat 1n Homeroom 211 to any prospective semor John Stanko will my ability to get the highest score in certain biology tests and yet fail them to any up and commg freshman Ed Stawicki, will my nickname Starky, to Joe Stark Gene Tackas, will my Saturday night parking place to Dick Boyson Paul Taylor will autographed shirt to John Ma1her Tom Wagner, w1ll my curly ha1r to Tom CW1reheadJ Bedocs Jim Webber, will my big black eyebrows to Dennis Moran Tom Zeck, will my short crew cut to my buddy John Nickle Bob Z1egman will my ability to fail physics tests to any junior who wants 1t. 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