Elyria Public High School - Elyrian Yearbook (Elyria, OH)

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A Complete I.ine of Electrical Lahor Saving Appliances Phone 2339 Phone 2339 CPS. Electric Shops Inc FROM ' HIGH SCHOOL TO OFFICE EMPLOYMENT VIA :r.vmA Business como: counsss Oiiice positions aredesirahle. Many E.H.S. graduates are enjoying salaries oi 560, 575, S100 and over, per month, alter spending 6, 9, or 12 months on specialized courses at the Elyria Business College at Iess cost per month than elsewhere. Summer School an Opportunity for immediate advancement is just ahead. PHONE 2461. Qhlfaif Il .A i ' .' I : 5'1Llljl L!-lu-'F X i 1 2 I gil ? ,776 7936 ' Valume XX77 3 ATT' 1 Q 1, 1 Isa lg fl Ll , II ,4 3 S lglqlf 1151 te.-A 1 lil 1 5 1 QI Puldisheddytheflgaian sw 6Zy4iaHighSchool awnom .-.i1..,Q- 1 bij- ef 1 51 1 , s 3, 3 EJ ln fl Ll , Il A ,3 I lgl :la LQ.-1 1 Q51 I I 14 1 I Q 1 El e , THE GAME Players-Administrators Kings-Seniors Bishops -- Boys Queens - - Girls Knights-Athletes Pawns -Mixed Groups Rooks- Features Fowwawl Realizing that the work and pleasures of life at Elyria High comprise a wonder- land through which the student wanders during his four years, we, the Staff have been reminded of :l'Zice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass which the pen of Charles Ludwidge Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll, pictured. It is our hope that as the reader wanders through these pages, he will realize the extent of the dreams that have come to actuality here. Some one has said that no achievement exists without first having existed in some mind as a dream, a possibility. VVhen one thinks of the buildings, the courses, the equipment, the textbooks, the library, the laboratories, the gymnasium, the plays, the cafeteria, the music, the clubs, the publications, the athletics, the assemblies, even the detention room, one realizes that the dreaming, the planning involved represents activity in countless minds. The seniors and the teachers will find quotations from Lewis Carroll's book of satirical nonsense near their names. The art work will remind the reader of the same volume. e fir- - E, 1 EJ 1 D ,SI-L1--lxl-lgtil - ' lu gil l l l I :Q U 3 - lil Four iw' fff xxx gf xxx 111 xxx 111 xxx xg xxx ffl xxx ,ff xxx fn xxx 1146 U "" If V E ,,,, ,, J -f-ff "giill 1N - E Wu' " - ---f ' " Y V V - ff' ,- 1 " f 1 ,W T , jx, J, fflffb-ff' J, X f FA " 1, " I nfl ff' aff, f i9 E721 NH' if J P Rl cl SIlf3l'l'i11ft"?ll!l'lIf of Schools Under the guidance of Mr. Maston the Elyria Public School system has been kept modern in every possible respect. Since necessarily his time is limited so far as the high school is concerned, stu- dents and teachers do not see as much of him as they would like to. However, they realize that much of his thought is concerned with planning for the high school. Begin at the beginning and go on fill you ronzr to the end, then stop. ix S ft 'U f? Il l pl Prilzrifmf of fffyrin High Svllfmf 5- lfmlcax'0ring1 to arlministcr thc clutics of his position with firm yn-t sympathctiv control, lllr. Shirt-ly gives Z1 great ch-al of attention to organization and efliciciicy. His active interest in athletics, emanating from his own participation in high school and college sports, is an incuiltivt- to thc boys and girls. His friendly attitude to tc-ache-rs and students marks all his endeavors. fi'Y't'I"l'fHIl' of flnavz' things has go! in gn on A'!llllf'lI'lZL'. itll 1. D. Swm 1'ISSiSffll1f Principal YVhether hir. Severs inquires the cause of the tardiness or asks one to serve the school as monitor, he does it with gentle dignity. His desk is always neat and tidyg the sheets of figures he works out in connection with attendance, grades, and what not impress one with a sense of completeness and accuracy. VVhether one is assigned to detention room or advised to mend his faults, one knows his ease has been handled with gentlemanly Courtesy, thought, and judgement. Consider your fvrrdirt. Eight N1 IZ 1' Faulty 7935-7936 E. 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I nzofzw' flml Iliff llll'Ffi7l51 !lIlj0I1l'7l, for Hu' illllllfllillfl' azlofvfion of more L'fIl'1"fjl'fi1' rv1115'dif's. Uxxivx Fox Long filllt' flu' IIZKHIXXOIIIE3 wught. ML RI. P.. FRYF Sfzf' fiiwxs' on fl'lIIIIt?1If-1' 111111 minre Pie. -I. D. FUNK plvllfff' xlmfi I begin? XV. fiRIiGORY I'l11 ll grrat rival too ffusfrrrfrl fo fall you. HQXIQIEAIQA HLLHIZRG Ymf!! get used to it in tinzff. ffm he Tffn E 1 rw ff ll PIIILII- D. HOFFMAN Do you .vpell Hl'7'6!ll'1l7'f?U with a double 6? EDNA Jonas I hno-za' Nfilllffllillg iIIft'l'l'XfiIIy is Surf' lo IIIIPPFII. AI.-XRIAN IQEMBLE I hofm I II'on't grow any nmrzf. F 4:5 ,:ji5-.5. :E : ' I" LOSS KLI I I' If IZ N ST EI N ks 95 I ....., . J fwfii F- if I sim fm' .vo offwz rmfl in the jm,'Iw's. C. VV. KOPPES If all fllllll' rfijfyrwzt. BLANCE Il.-RRI? Vlflmf arf they doing? K. R. LAVER ' I 0110 muff! see he 7011.9 -zvlxf. I EA-: l .. jfiiiil NlEI,l,Il? R. IATXVIS . This here young Indy Imzzrs for to -, A H hnoic' your llixfory xhf' Jo. 5 -I. C. LIxvII.I.Iz Wyllfzf mn aff that gram .Vlllff hgh' LUIS I,II"I'I.I5'I'oN Tlmf is Ihr' 7'I?Il.Y071 fhr'j' arf' rrlfffzl ff.v.vo11,v, hz'4'f111.rff fill'-1' fffsxwz from day to rlny. Mi E will 1,1212 I1YNI.'XN .lust -zvlzzzt I ivfzx going to l'6lll!lI'k lIlj'XFlf. BIARY li. IXIINK H1Avi1l11v, .vl11"x .1110 111111 1,111 1. NANCY AN N Mniavuy 1'1v'l1r1jJ.v if zlucsiff llIII1l'I'KfIl1llI English. BI.xL'u1z PARA1 121.1313 If um' IJ fzwry 1lijfi1'11lt gzznzv indfnl. J BAR11,xR.x I LOCHER I sw' irlmf I mt. FR.xNc1zs RAL'1fL's .xvflfflilly 11111 br 1'!!YlI'l'7' than flmt. ALLYN Rosle Wfhiffl ifllllflf not III' Illl zzzlfzvzzzmyrf. 1-1,-XRRY Roslzx E Xvwr' 1'x1'1'1111'.1' nobody you lvzozv. R. R. Ross Tim! gvrzffr ally flll'l?.S' .Yfllllcf finze. KI. H. SCHLIEPER LIIIIO SFFIIIFIII fo be fnlkiny in his .vfrcfjv CND. Twelve Thirlffn RI.-XRGARET SCOTT Ana' no room at all for ffzfsofz floolxv. CLARIT SHORT You Kwon' ivlml to lzmlzfify if A. N. SAILTH fillllfll Ilyllillyf the biffxv nf SllII!'X'5'. A. T. SMITH La't'.v lry Gmy1'11jv!1-1'. CARL SAHTH Tlzerefs Il great 6717111 to l'UllIf' Imforc that. S. C. SMITH pllllllf Il flmr 7C'IIj' you lmiw' of fvuffizzg Il thing. LENORE SHUMAKIZR Af ffm! .vim llzouglzi. NIAY SPEER So she xr! fo zcorlx ALICE STOFER Then Ihr' 'IUOVIIX dozft fit you. CTEORGIANA Ili.-XFT Lefs go on -Zritlz H111 gnuzw. ME MMM .IQ P. 'l'.xYi.oR lfx zz nzizzwvif, 1 flllllk. lfizisu 'llL'THII.I, I Milli! vxfvfnill fllyyrlf. W KV. L. Yxvoiix lfo2c'z'1'f'1', flu' lflllftifvfimlioll Irzbfv !10l'.YII,f xigflzify. H,xRoI.n XV1LsoN Thr llifffffllf fzrruzffzzfx of 11rit1111lf'tir' -Illllbiflllll, distrmition, ugli- fimtiozz, and I1l'l'iSi07I. IXIARIAN VVVFT i They zlrmx' all H1!17I7Il'I'A' of things. R,"Xl,l'l'I VVooD You fllff like Il 1'r'rl.vo11r1Nf' rflilzl. Sinee 7894 Zhis Has Been middle flveme Although the VVashiugtou building, built in 1894, was rf-modeled in IQ23, the cast doorway remained unchanged. l"ourtemz Fifffffll Jw am WAX W-N 11-N " F-' MLN 'W wwf' ,W ! f M cgi E ' L QE E , E E si' ax A '72 1G17 xxvl ED E7"?El will C H A P T E R I.-1932-1933 Four years ago in September, 1932, 443 students, comprising the largest class in the history of Elyria High School, entered. Such a large class as this surely should have made a colorful history and it has done so. This was the first year that part of the freshmen attended jefferson junior High School on the West, side. VVith the students came four officials and teachers: blr. J. D. Severs succeeded hir. E. D. Adams as Assistant Principalg blr. J. F. Brown entered as Business Man- ager, llflr. Roy B. Clymer succeeded lllr, A. N. Smith as Athletic Director and Coachg Miss Ruth llliller entered as French teacherg and later lXIr. Bauer came as Light- weight Coach. All the classes were saddened by the death of Mr. R. L. Barth of the commercial department. It was this year that the football team worked extra hard for a good turkey dinner and brought Elyria a 26-O victory over Lorain. "East Lynne" presented and won several merits. This yearithe boys started assisting at light saving. C H A P T E R II.--1933-1934 As sophomores the class possessed a little more confidence. Already they were beginning to be a part of things. Although the NRA went into effect to bring shorter hours, we had an extra period added to our day. It was in this year that there were nine periods, and the school day ended at 3120 instead of the previous 2:35. The teaching staff was somewhat altered by the marriage of Miss Helen Gilbertg the departure of llliss lda Cofllandg the coming of Miss Marion Witt to the Art Classes formerly taught by bliss Gilbertg and the beginning of Miss Barbara Plocher's teaching Household Arts. This year seemed to be a year for alterations. The appearance of the building was changed in several ways. A new curtain Was hung in the auditorium during Thanksgiving vacation. A new floor was laid in Lincoln Hall during Christmas vacation, and new electric clocks were installed during Spring vacation. It was this year that the lightweight brought the school the first football champion- ship in the history of the school, but the heavyweights were beaten by that ancient rival, Lorain, 7-5. ln January the day was shortened again by fifteen minutes, and four lunch periods of one-half hour each were inaugurated. Students going home for lunch had to have special permits. In February the all school play, "Mrs, Moonlight", won the bronze plaque at the Hiram College Contest, and Elyria won the Extemporaneous Speaking Contest in the Lake Erie League. C H A PT E R III.-1934-1935 The junior year opened with the retirement of one of the best loved teachers, J. J. Vaughn, who had never been absent or tardy in 32 years of teaching at E.H.S. This was the year of that memorable Lorain game in which the score was 0-O. :The heavyweight basketball squad brought the school the championship for the first UIUC. At an assembly in our school the Lake Erie League speakers presented their talks with Elyria getting second place. ' Sixteen Seventeen In the spring lN'Ir. Rosene went to Germany and Klr. lmre Domonkos substituted for him. This year there was a new ticket booth installed in the Technical building, and the band purchased new uniforms. Mrs. Elizabeth Basom. cafeteria manager, resigned in October to go to Kansas and Miss Alice Lentz came as the new Cafeteria manager. Room 306 Was transformed into a lunch room for the teachers. C H A P T E R IV.-1935-1936 The presentation of the operetta, "Rose of the Danubev, under the direction of Al. Martin Beck and lVIiss Nina J. Baker took place in October. In January 1936 the Distinction Day program was presented by the June class of 1936. In January R111 VV. O. lXIcClellan succeeded lfr. Brown as assistant to Super- intendent Maston. The football team took second place in the Lake Erie League, yielding a 7-3 victory to Lorain. Our basketball team also came in second this year in league com- petition. This team was the first one ever to go to Columbus to compete in the State Finals. lklembers from our class who played on this team are: Joe Scott, Bob Novak, and Zigmund VVazyniak. lklany members of our class have made names for themselves as officers of clubs and other activities. Heading the list are class oiiicers: Bill Lersch, presidentg Stella Boreski, vice presidentg Dick Fey, secretary: and Evelyn Schirack, treasurer. Bill Lersch was also President of French Clubg George Sharkey, President of the newly formed Spanish Clubg 1NIilton Gross, President of Players Clubg and Margaret Halpin, President of Latin Club. Gene Grabor was Captain of the lightweight foot- ball team. Cheerleaders from the class were: Roger VVilliams, Homer Price, Ed Nano, and Dick lVIcDermott. Bob Crandall was President of A, Cappella Choirg Dick Fey, President of Hi-Y and Jeanette Shi-ubsole, President of Friendship Club. Emma Curtiss was chosen as Class Poet. There were a number of girls from the class who were members of Leaders' Group, namely: lN'Iary Robson, lylarvelle llloehl, Beverly Barchard, Marion Stanford, Lois Fortune, Beverly Vaughn, Emma Goodman, Ethel llittler, Suzanne Murbach, Jane Hill, Joan lHcKee, Vera Smith, Jane lklurkowski, Ann Lugas, Mary Catherine Brand, Joyce Hastings, Irene VVizorek. Bill Lersch, Homer Price, Lucille Tarnowski, John Steinbinder, and Carl Davies served on the Elyrian staff for varying lengths of time. Lucille Tarnowski was Editor of the Herald during her seventh semester. The A Cappella Choir purchased new navy blue robes to improve their appear- ance. ' lklilton Gross represented Elyria at Lakewood in the Extemporaneous Speaking Contest in lwarch. VVhile out of the 44.3 entering as Freshmen there are only 243 graduating, this class is at present the largest class to graduate in the history of the school. Betty J. Corkill, Chairman Frances lvlartin Bonilyn Smith joe Vavzincak james Pronesti Xllgll 6Ea4w5onq HFAREXVELLH To the iune of "Roses of Pifrzrdyu VVe've come at last to our journey's endg VVe must now bid you all fond farewellg VVe've come afar in these past four years, And 'tis now that we wish to tell VVe'll miss all the friends made within these walls, All our classes and teachers, 'tis true. Fond mem'ries will linger of days gone by, So, Elyria High, Adieul Hy Bob Wilr'ox Classkem OUR BOOK or MEMORIES By Emma Curtiss Our book of high school days is done, We've laid our pens aside, And with the clasp of "36" Have locked the words inside, Our book is bound in red and whiteg Of chapters there are four And, to each chapter as it comes, We find we've added more. Fond memories lie on every page, Of friends, and happy days, Of knowledge gained and hopes fulfilled, And teachers' helping ways. Within its covers every word Was written there with care. Progress made and honors won Are now recorded there. And as the years go rolling by, We'll take our book, and then- We'll thumb the yellow pages, And live these days again. Eighleen 13113 HELEN LoL'1SE ARooK1RE She gerzerafly gow herself good rulwire. 1700 lwiddle Avenue5 General Course. ROBERT FAIRNIAN ADAMS Thinking again? 1705 Lorain Boulevardg General Courseg Hi-Y 55 Heavyweight Basketball 5, 6, 7, 8: lN'Ionitor 4, 55 Track 85 Baseball 85 Intra- mural Basketball 3, 4. XVE1.DoN BECK A1,1.1zAL'GH Wvho in lhe tvorfzl 11111 I? East Bridge St.5 General Courseg Players Club 6-85 Radio Club 5-85 Airoplane Club 3-65 slip collector 85 Printing Press 8. R1e11ARD IQENNETH 1ANDI?RSON I l1Il'l'x"ll,1 the sliglltest idea. 545 Broad St.5 General Course5 Basketball 1-49 Football 1, 5, 75 Track 2. .IANE E. ANDRUS lVho 1c'ere you talking to? 429 Tenth St.5 General Course5 lNIcDowdell Chorus 1, 25 Glee Club 3-65 A Cappella Choir5 Friendship 1-8. 1936 Elini ERNEST BACHMAN Te!! us all about it. 296 llarseilles Avenue, General Course. PIPERESA CATH15R1NE BAKER Wvhnt Illl ignoranit little girl she'Il Ihinh me for axhizzg. R.F.D. 3, Elyriag General Courseg Library Assistant 5. j L' 1,1 L' S BA KSA E1'ery fwerson more than Il llliff mile high leave the four! room. 111 VVest River Streetg General Coursey Basketball 6-8. HERBERT VV. BA1.DAL'1f Uvoulzl you tell me, please, 1c'hi1'h way I ought to tcvlfh from here? R.F.D. 2, Elyriai General C0urse5 Noon Nlovie Assistant 3-8. IJORIS JANE BARBER llline is ll long and 51111 tale. 1407 lllicldle Avenueg General Course: lWcDou'ell Chorus 1. lClJl'l'OR'S NOTE: The persons pictured on these su-called Senior Panels are nut neccessarily gracluating Nineteen on June 10. 1936. twill BEVERLY M. BARQHARD PVhy, I hafvezft had a 'Lvink of sleep in three weeks. 223 Fourteenth Streety General Coursey Baseball 2-55 Volleyball I-3-5-75 Leaders, Group 6-85 blonogramy Latin Club 3, 45 French Club 5, 65 Friendship Club Cabinet 3-65 Library Assistant fly ll'IacDowell Chorus I-3. RIARION M. BARNES Dri-ve Oll, olzl fellorc'-rloift be all :lay about it. R.F.D. Abbe Roady Commercial Coursey Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' Glee Club 35 A Cappella Chorus 4.-85 Latin Club 3, 45 French Club 5-85 Office Assistant 2-89 lwovie Assistant 5-8. LEROY H. BARR Wllllf do you mean by that? 25.1. N. Olive St.5 General Coursey Boys' Glee Club 5-65 Boys' Chorus I-35 Jr. A Cappella Choir 75 Track I-5, S5 Trainer on Track Team 6. ISAEEL I. BATHORY l'ery unromfortable for the Dor- mouse. 229 Lodi St.y General Coursey lNIcDowell Chorus I, 25 Glee Club 3-65 Friendship Club 7, 85 L'En- semble Francais 6, 75 Library Assistant 75 Players Club 7, 85 Volleyball I-6y Basketball I-65 Baseball I-6. RosEMARY BENNETT Yozfrl better not tally. R.F.D. 2, Grafton Roady Com- mercial Coursey Friendship Club 1, 25 Basketball IQ Volleyball IQ Baseball I. 9 Mitra .AGNES cTERALD1NE BLAIR Wlell, I never lzearrl it before. 628 Dewey Ave.3 General Coursey Friendship Club 7-35 Chorus I-45 Glee Club 55 Senior A Cappella Choir 6-85 Baseball 3-55 Basket- ball I-55 Volleyball I-5. STELLA .ANNE BORESKI Oli dear, U11 zlear-l slzall be too late. +21 VVest Thirteenth St.5 General Coursey Class Vice-President 7, 85 Herald Staff 75 Office Assistant 5-89 Volleyball I, 75 Basketball 7. EARL L. BOSLEY Dear, dear, e-zferything is queer today. 213 Chestnut St. y General Coursey Lorin Andrews ,lunior l-l i gh, Blass. I-25 Litchfield High 2, 45 Lightweight Football 55 Track 4., 6y Nlonitor 5-8. .loE BoTos No llt'lf0lIIIflIlg for tastes. 330 VVest River Streety General Coursey Intramural Basketball I, 2. RAYMQJND ARTHUR BUWEN l'11e seen a goorl many little girls in my time. 8 Nichols Bloeky General Coursey Band 1-65 Orchestra I-4.5 junior Hi-Y IQ Track 8. Twenty im M HELEN ISABEL BOYNTON I'd nearly forgotten that. R.F.D. 3, Elyriag General Course5 Friendship Club 3, 7, 85 Volley- ball 3? Basketball I-3. FARIAN P. BRADA, JR. Yozfll get used to it in time. 1 I5 Madisoii St.5 General Course5 Football IQ Lightweight Football 55 Heavyweight Football 75 Sr. Hi-Y 7, 85 Track 4, 6, 3. lVIARY CATHERINE BRAND Wyhnt nm 1 to do? 123 Furnace St.5 General C0urse5 jefferson Junior High School I, 25 Friendship Club 7, 85 Leaders' Group 7, 85 hleljowell Chorus 3, 41 Glee Club 5, 65 -lr. A Cap- pella Choir 75 S" A Cappella Choir 85 Varsity 'llQ"5 Swimmers' Club 6. 'THOBIAS DOUGLAS BRYDON The 546711625 going on rather hetlwr noun 242 Kenyon Ct.5 General Course: Junior Hi-Y 3-45 Senior Hi-Y 5-85 Band 5-65 Junior Orchestra 85 Junior Choir 7. GIZCJRGIE RALPH CAIXIPBELL If you don't hnozu tehat zz Gry- phon is, look at the pirture. R.F.D. I, Elyriag General Course5 hflovie Assistant 4-8. Ttventyone 9 K E l E L i LAV ADA VVALLACE CEPHAS Jrc there any lions or tigers around here? 323 lVest Seventeenth St.5 Gen- eral Courseg Swimming 25 Track 2, 4, 65 Lightweight Football I, 3, 5. 75 Light Monitor 7. NIARY CHANDLER Lefs all move one jwlrzre on. 315 Cambridge Avenue5 General Courseg lVIaeDowell Chorus I-35 Glee Club 45 Friendship Club I-69 Basketball 25 Volleyball 2, 3. CHARLQTTE M. CHASE Willy, I 'ZC'0ll!1lIlif say anything about it. 205 Chestnut St.5 Commercial Course5 Friendship Club I, 25 Latin Club 4, 55 French Club 5-85 Girls, Chorus I-4.5 A Cappella Choir 5-85 lVIOvie Assistant 5-8. XYICTOR L. CHRISTENSEN Lets go on with the game. Q71 Foster Ave.5 General Courseg Light Squad 5-7. CAROL VVANDA CHRlS'l'hI.XN JU ornrmzenlefl -with lzearts. 4.70 Eighth St.3 General Course. iitlli NIARY RTQTH CocHRANE Goodbye, feet. 3I7 Cambridge Street5 General Course5 Leaders' Group 4-85 Athletic pin 75 Herald Staff 75 Friendship Club I-4, 6-85 Senior A Cappella Choir 3-85 Junior Class Tennis Champion 55 blac- Dowell Chorus I-25 "All-Star' Baseball 45 Pin5 Guard5 UEH5 lklonogram. y EL1zA1aETH CoI,L1Ns ff matters a good deaf to me. 3 II Eleventh St. 5 Classical Course5 Extemporaneous Speaking 4, 65 Latin Club 4-85 Baseball 65 Bas- ketball 7. RosE NIARIE CONRAD I must be getting somezvhere. 215 Cornell Avenue5 G e n e r al Course5 Friendship Club I, 23 lVIacD0Well Chorus 3, 4. I BETTY JANE CoRKn.L 17011 had rzirlz a i'urioa.v dream. 406 West Tenth Street5 General Course5 lVlacDowell Chorus I, 25 A Cappella Choir3-85 Operetta 75 French Club 5-85 Friendship Club I, 2, 7, 85 Volleyball 2. ROEERT STANLEY CRANDALL Snorling like a steam engine. 304 Broad St.5 Scientific Course5 junior Hi-Y I-45 Players Club 7-85 Boys' Chorus I-25 Senior A Cappella Choir 2-85 Operetta 75 lbfonitor 5, 65 Light Squad 4-65 Heavyweight Football 3, 5, 75 Basketball Mariager 2-6. iligii ELLENE GERTRL'DE CRKJSKEY' Perhaps I zvant to wail' that Nay. R.F.D. 3, Flyria5 Household Arts Course. ' I-Icon Crzoss, JR. Round fair and fargo ryvx like a frog. 223 Oberlin Rd.5 General Course5 Senior Hi-Y 5-63 Varsity Football 3, 5, 75 Varsity basketball 3, 5, 75 Track 3, 5. EBIBIA LIEANETTE CLJRTISS The bert way to explain a thing is to do it. 400 Tenth St.5 General Course5 Sapientes 45 L'Ensemble Francais 5-85 National Honor Society 6-85 Library Assistant 6-85 Friendship Club 7-83 Players Club 7-8. CARI. BRUSH TJAVIES There ought to bf' a boob -zwiffwi about him. 226 Princeton AYenue5 General Course5 National Honor Society 6-85 Library Assistant 4-85 Art Club 75 l,'Ensemble Francais 5-85 Pflyrian Staff 7, 85 lVIOnitor 6. NIILDRED K. TJAVIS You make one quite giddy. 438 Oxford Avenue5 Commercial Course5 Friendship Club 2-85 Vol- leyball 3-8. Tzventytuo Iiaill Suppose 'ace flzunge llze subject ....... IIOO llliddle Avenue3 General Course3 Senior Hi-Y 6-83 Band I-83 Orchestra 5-83 Latin Club 4. IJAVID ROBERT DEI-IM Siglling as if his llfllfl would lzrezzk. 254 George St.3 Scientific Course3 Tennis Team 3, 5, 73 Hi-Y 6-83 Rionitor 63 Band I-83 Laboratory Assistant 7. VIRGINIA A. IJEMIRJIAN 071 every golden vale. 137 Harvard Ave.3 Commercial Course3 Library Assistant 7-83 Orchestra 4-83 Spanish Club 7-8. RLTII .ARLENE DEUIZLE Will you join the zlfuzre? 235 Harwood Streetg G e ne r al Course3 Friendship Club I-4, 7, 85 Chorus I, 23 Glee Club 3-5, 7, 83 Baskeball I-83 Volleyball I-8. LIAAIES F. DoNNEI.I,Y llnw you nothing to 110.9 2 I 7 Columbus Street3 G e Il e 1' al cj0ll1'SCQ Hi-Y 5-63 Lightweight Football 5, 75 Track 4. Tu entythree 9 llliiz AGNES M. DOWDELL I can tell you more if you icislz. 430 Jefferson St.3 General COUTSCQ Orchestra I, 23 Outside Music 6g Basketball I-8? Volleyball I, 3, 5, 73 Herald Staff 73 Library Assist- ant 83 Extemporaneous Speaking 8 3 Spanish Club 7, 8 3 Astronomers' Club 7, 8. LEoTA C. DRUSENDAIII, If you foulzl only we her. R.D. 2, Elyria3 General Course3 Friendship Club I, 2, 7, 83 Library Assistant 7, 83 Chorus IQ Spanish Club 8. EUGENE .IAIXIES IDBI-'FY I almoxt wislz I lzadnit gone down that rabbit-lzole. 407 Lake Ave.: General Course3 Orchestra I-8. NIARTHA LoL'IsE DXVYER I tllinl' you ought to fell mf' 1c'l1o you are first. I3Q East Fourth St.3 Commercial COLIYSCQ Friendship Club I-43 Herald Staff 63 Swimming 6. STANLEY K. IJUIXISKI I 'ZCIl.Y7llf asleep. 327 Longford Avenue3 General Course3 Golf 4, 6, 83 Heavy- weight Basketball 3, 4. 1 alll DoRA EARLY I went to the flassirzzl Il1lI.Vft'I' though he taught laughing and grief. 142 Bell Ave.g Classical Coursey Baseball 1-33 Volleyball 1-39 Bas- ketball 1-3. ALBERTA NIARY IQDDY Quirk, fetch me zz pair of glows and zz frm. R.F.D. 2, Elyriag General Course, Basketball 1-75 Baseball 2, 4, 63 Volleyball 1, 3, 73 Orchestra 1-6, Chorus 1-35 G l e e Club 4-7- Friendship Club 1-7. 1 PAUL ELEK, JR. Let me think. 127 Parkview Streetg G e11 e 1' al Course. 'l'HL:RA1AN T. E1.1.1oT'1', JR. I !l0Il,f rare what llllf7f7l'IIA'. 334 Oxford Avenueg G e n e 1' al Coursey Hi-Y 1-85 Lightweight Football 3, 5. EIVHNIA B12RN1c12 E1,1,1s I zcvznt to go. 211 Rush St., General Coursey Basketball 83 Volleyball 1-8, Base- ball 1 5 Friendship Club 1, 3-S5 Girls' Chorus I, 2. hklill W'11,1,1AM ICSCHKE Tlmrc goes Bill. 4,79 Huron St.: General Course. IJASH J. FARKAS Did you xpeah? 2IQ VVest River SLS lklanual Arts Course. XVILMA FARKAS I nearly forgot io r1.vl'. 219 VVest River St.g Conminercial Course. H 1z1.1zN M. FARMER D70 II'IlI'III'll l'll'r"7lf'lI mul nzuxir. 363 P21l'1U2llCy' Avcnueg General Course, Orchestra 1-83 L,E11SCl11- ble Francais 5-85 Herald Staff 7. F1.oRENc1f NIARION FAU 'l'h11t ix, if I mn jfnd it. Adelbert St., C01l1I1l6l'ClHl Courst Friendship 3, Basketball 1-3. T-zvezztyfour Ialli GERTRLDE SARAH FERox fler fare brigllfenrzl up rvitlz Il smile. 319 Ninth St.: General Course5 Friendship Club 7, 8. RICHARD EDYV.-XRD FEY Wflzo airways took ll great inferfxvt in fjll1'Xfi0l1X of exiting. 1 15 Cascade St.9 Scientific C0lll'SCQ Senior Hi-Y 5-S5 Alunior Hi-Y 41 Secretary of Senior Class 7, 85 Library Assistant 65 lllonitor 5, 65 Light Squad 4, 55 Airplane Club 3-65 National Honor Society 6-8. HELEN AILEEN FIEIJLER She ffl! ll litllr' Ill'l"l'0ll.Y about if. 129 Fremont St. 5 General Courseg Friendship 4.-S5 hlinerva H i gh School 1, 2. IONE BERTH.-I FISH A70 fish 10011111 go llll1FN'lll'I'l' Ivilll- out Il jrorpoirf fpurposej. 121 lllarseilles Ave? Conunercial Course5 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 65 Baseball 3, 4.5 Basketball 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 4, 5. FRANCIS PHILIP F1.oo11 He is lIlll7'Il6'l'iIlg Ihr' time. 21715 Third St.5 Ge11eral Course5 Hi-Y 1, 25 Herald Staff 7. I ZLFIII'-17f117!E 9 liter LUIS NIAE FORTUNE But fm not used fo it. 214 Howe St.5 General Courseg Ridgeville High, 1, 25 North Olin- stead High 3-5? Baseball 6, 85 Basketball 7, 85 Volleyball 75 Ollice Assistant 7, 65 Tennis 75 Friendship 6-8. JEAN l'lRIlJENS'l'lNl2 He rllrllf tel! you nl! hir lIi.VfU1'j'. R.F.D. 3, Elyria: General Course5 lklacllowell Chorus 3, 45 Glee Club 5, 65 A Cappella Choir 7, 8. E1.1zA11ETH M. FL's.1 Then you 111011111 my Ielmt you mean. 54,9 lrondale Streetg Commercial C011rse5 Basketball 1-8? Volley- ball 1-8. JOSEPH f?AETZ I lltl'Ul?lZ,f the feast idea of fella! you are falling about. 213 Huron St.5 General Course5 Track 4, 65 Basketball 2. HELEN IW. CWHEORGIY Sure, I don't like it af all-111 all. 174 VVoodford Ave.5 Connnercial Courseg Basketball 1-55 Baseball 1-55 Volleyball 1-5. twill Do IJGLAS E. Gnz 1zoNs Ile only does it to annoy, 11t'l'l1llXf? he l'nozc's it tenses. 215 Fourth St., General Course, Football I, 3, 5, 72 Ba11d I-6, Orchestra 4.-6: XVOOSICI' H i ,q h School 1-6, ' ZIG J. G1ENTKowsK1 111' flows the boots and shoes. 139 Charles Ct., General COIITSCQ Football IQ Basketball 2, Heavy- weight Football 7, Heavyweight Basketball 4, 6, 8, V EMMA F1,oRA GCJKBDBIAN Yozfll get used to her in time. IIQ Homesite Court, G e ne r a I Course, T en n is 5, 7, Leaders' GVOUP 5, 6, 7, S5 Office Assistant 7, 85 Athletic 'AEN 6. EUGENE M. GRA11oR I nefvrr would abide figures. 65 Chestnut St., CiCI1CI'?ll Course, Lightweight Football 3, 5, 7, Heavyweight Basketball 4, 6, 8, Basketball 2, -lunior Hi-Y 1-4, SCIIIOI' Hi-Y 5-6, Track 6, Band I. 2. NET'1'Yp12AN NI. GREEN The drerun rlzild. R.D. 1, Fast River St.3 GK'I!l7l'2ll Course: Friendship Club 1, 2, 7, 8, lN'IeDowell Chorus IQ Spanish Club 7, 8. Ellill ICDMUND clREGORCZIK And non' ielzirh is wvhiflz? 1824 Micldle Avenue, Ge ll e ra I Course, Sophomore Reserve Bas- ketball 3, 4. ROBERT VV. ciROBlE Haw you guessm' the rizlzlle? R.F.D. 2, Elyria, Ge11eral Course, Band I-S. BIILTON S. Gaoss Tlmfs nothing to what I would my if I whose. 437 Kenyon Avenue, G e ll e 1' al Course, junior Hi-Y 25 lntra- mural Boxing IQ Players Club 5- S, Fxtempore Speaking 4, 6, S, "Sunset" by Slantsky 5, "The Fool" 55 "Rose of the Danube" 7. CARo1.YN ll. clL'THRlE Uh, I .Yllflllfllllif like that. 312 Fast Ave., Ge11eral Course, Nlaeljowell Chorus 1-4, G l ee Club 5, Swimming 53 Swimniing Letter. M11 RIO N Lou ISE H AAG I 'Uotf' that flzzr young lady Irffs us Il story. 1370 Fast Ave., General Course, Friendship C l ll b I-S, Leaclers' Group Reserves 5, 6, Basketball 1, 3, 5, 7: Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Baseball 4-6, lllaellowell Chorus I-2. 7l'ZL'l'1lf1llA will Mitt ill.-XRGARZET CEcu.I.x l'lAI.I'IN Tell Ili' all nlzouf .,,,,,.,..... 5I5 VVest St.3 General Course! Sapientes 4-8: Players Club 7-83 I1yEI1SCI11l7lC Francais 5-83 lNIae- Uowell Chorus 3, 43 Glee Club 5, 63 A Cappella Choir 7, 83 Friendship Club SQ Exteinporan- eous Speaking 63 Basketball 63 Volleyball 55 Baseball 6g Operetta I IDORUTHY KI. HANCIICK Tl1e1'e':' nn fvlmsizzg tlzem. R.l'l.U. 3, l'flyria3 General Course. REA CL.-ARE HARRIS Sn Kong ax I get .vo11m1t'lzere. I II Elizabeth Court3 General COIIVSCQ Friendship Club I-3, 53 Players Club 8 3 NI a c U 0 W e ll Chorus I, 23 Glee Club 3, 43 -lr. A Cappella Choir 5-73 Sr. A Cap- pella Choir 83 Orchestra I, 23 Library Assistant 73 Swimmers' Club 63 Varsity "EV, JIOYCE LUCILLE HASTINGS Come, tn' shall lIIl'l'I? some fun note. 355 Furnace St.3 General Course3 Friendship Club 5, 7, 83 Leaders' Group 6-83 Varsity "E"3 Jeffer- son Junior High I, 2. ERNEST B. HAvI,oR H1111 things are 1c'rn'xf' fllllll ever. 444 Adams Street3 Connnercial Courseg li a n cl I-83 c3I'Cl1CSfI'2lj Boys' Chorus I, 23 Boys' Glee Club 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 5-83 jr. Hi-Y 3, 43 Sr. Hi-Y 5-83 K'Rose ot the Danubel' 7. f'f:IyI'evf'11 LAWRENCE HEATHCKJTE Uf FOIITXF. I72 Seneca St.3 General Course. f5xI.BERT E. HlEI,.XII,lNG I szlpjwse so. R.l".U l,1'3lyl'l2lQ General Course. CARI, RICHARD H IENKIE Wvllfzf are you lllinking of? 407 Kenyon Avenucg G e n e r al COLIYSCQ Lightweight Basketball 3, 4- NIARGARET LOUISE HERoI.n llozc' many lzours Il rlzzy do you do lessons? 747 YVeSt River StI'eet3 General QIOUYSCQ Friendship Club 7, 85 Library Assistant 6, 7, 83 L'En- semble Francais 5-83 Latin Club 4-63 National Honor Society 83 Leaders' Group 6-83 Basketball I-83 Volleyball I-83 Baseball I-83 Cafeteria Assistant 7, 83 Chorus 3. ALICE EVA HILI. ,Hire dizlrft fiflv' being 1'rilirize1l. 408 VVashington Avenue? General CouI'se3 Baseball 23 Swilnming SQ Extenipore Speaking 63 Amateur Astronoinurs' Society 73 Radio Club 73 Volleyball 2. MMM -IAN12 CRUFTON I'lILL 1 do zrish he ivoulzl put his head floivn. 128 Eastern Heights l3lvd.g Gen- eral Course, Leaders' Group 6-85 Friendship Club 1-85 French Club 5-69 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 85 Volley- ball 1, 3, 5, 75 Tennis 1-55 Base- ball 2, 6, 8. ELEANOR LoL'1s1z HoL1,11mY Wrluld it be of any use? 222 Ninth St.g General Course, Lorain High School 1-33 Herald Staff 7, Glee Club 6, Fre11ch Club 7, 3- IRENE KATHLEEN HOLLIS Oh! you Xing! 405 Middle Ave. 5 Ge11eral Coursey lN'IacDowell Chorus 1, 25 Senior A Cappella 3-83 Orchestra 1-8, Friendship 1-2, 5-63 O p e r e t t a Cast, Volleyball 3, Players Club 7, 85 Library Assistant 7, 3. IJELBERT VV. HQLTZALAN ffs the dryest thing I hnolzv. R.F.D. 3, Elyria, General Course. EDVVARD H. HooG1zN1zooM I ha-ve no idea zvlzat to do. 130 Quincy St., General Course, Basketball 4-5. Mimi josE1'H CARL HQRVATH flow cheerfully he grins. 124 Seneca St., General Course Nlonitor 6. 8. AI,14ERT,fX AI.lCE Home fizdenl, she had quiie Il long argument. 216 Stanford Avenue? G e n e r a l Courseg lNIacDowell Chorus 3, 4g Glee Club 5, 65 Friendship Club 4-75 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Volleyball 1, 2. IJoNA1,1J D. HI.'I.I, Uh fm not jmrlirzzlar as fo size. 346 Sixth St.g General Coursey Football 1, 2, 5, 71 Track 2, 4, 6, 8, Boys, Chorus 1-4. IJOROTHY E. HL'I.SE It was high time to go. 715 East River Street, General Courseg Oberlin High 3, Akron YVest High 43 Friendship Club 7, 8. FRANK A. I-I15A11fHR1zY, -I'R. The whole party at once zrrozuded around him. 401 lVIiddle Avenue, G en e 1' al Course. Tzcentyezght will HELEN Louisa AIARIIE Hl'TTlNGlER She felt surf .rhv 7611111111 1'11t1'h Il had fold. 317 Fifteenth Street! G e n e r al Course. ldARRY F. j,xe1csoN The Pxart shape Il0I'Kl!'f Illllffff. R.F.U. 3, Elyria: General Course. ,Ifxeon J. JAMES Si11P111'1f, ull zzround you, jrlwlxe. 519 Third Street, lhlanual Arts Coursey Library Assistant 65 Light Squad 8. ETHEL E1,1z,x1zET1-1 Alosmcv J 1' near IIA' .the 1011111 guess. Gulf Roady Commercial Courseg French Club 6, 7, 8. LAWRENCE M. JUSTIN 111111 faintly sirofvrf flllll' N'f'llI'y 11111' io flu! the s11hj121'f hy. 136 Garvin Ave., General Course. '1','1tyuiu1' XV1L1.1.u1 E. IQELLY lrry glad to gr! un opportunity. 615 East River Street, Scientific Coursey lhlonitor 63 Chess Club 69 Radio Club 7, 83 Astronomy Club 7, S: Laboratory Assistant S. FR.xxe12s chlZRTRl'DI? li121,1.1NG I 1Ii1ln'f 11161111 il. 1 I.l.l YVest Ave., General Courseg Friendship Club 7, 83 All-Star Baseball 43 Klonograllli Office Assistant 7, 8. RIARY .ALICE lillillkl She' 11111111 not l'6'lIll?llIlH'l' e-ver 111111- iug serfn surh IL thing. 215 Eastern Heights Blvd., Gen- eral Courseg Basketball 1. 33 Yol- leyball 1, 3, Friendship Club 1-4. S3 Players Club 7, Sp Library Assistant 5, 65 Office Assistant 7, 8: l'IaeDou'ell Chorus 2, 35 Glee Club 4-6, A Cappella Choir 7, S. H.XRRX' KLIEIN Is that the fzcvzy you Illllllllgllp 114 Homer St.: General Course, S e n io r Hi-Y 5-S3 Lightweight Basketball 4. JOHN KLo1'1' I 1'1111"t remember things. 200 Fifteenth St., General Course. Twill FFFD N. IQNEPPER Explain yourself. 382 Columbus Street5 G e Il e 1' al C o u r s e5 Lightweight Football 3-55 Basketball 1-45 Track 1-6. KENNETH R. KOEPP lt's no use now. 352 Ninth St.5 General Course5 Indoor Baseball 4. DIDRCDTHY BIAY lq0ONTZ That generally takes some iinze. 156 Cor11ell Avenue5 COIlll11Cl'ClHl Courseg Friendship C l u b 1-85 Swimming 7. RosE E. KOSA It ix lliglz time you were all in lnvl. 415 Foster Ave.: General Courseg Friendship Club 7, 85 Chorus I-2, Sharon High School 1, 2. RosE ANN KozE1. fue forgotten the words. 502 VVest St.5 General Courseg Chorus 1, 25 F..H.S. lVlonog1'an1. 9 Mimi GEORGENA MAE KRITZEL Tell her how to begin. 141 Princeton Avenueg General Coursey Friendship Club 3-8. VINCENT J. KUSHINSKI Please would you tell me? 425 VVest Fourteenth St.5 General Courseg Lightweight Football 35 Heavyweight Football 5, 75 Bas- ketball 1, 25 Monitor 4. VV1L1.1AM A. LAUCK You're enough to try the patience of an oysler. 242 Harvard Avenue5 G e n e r al Courseg A Cappella Choir 1-85 "Rose of the Danube" Uperetta. liARRY VV. LAUER Ile didrft look at all ronzfortalvle. R.F.D. 2, Elyria5 General Courseg Heavyweight F o o t b all 5, 75 Lightweight Football 3. CATHERINE C. LAVALLE And ever sinfe that ...........,... . 219 Winckles Streetg Gene ral Course? Friendship Club 7, 85 Baseball 1, 35 Basketball 1, 21 Volleyball 3, 5. T hzrt y iislli ROBERT OLAF LAYPORT You talk like Il reasonable ehnjr. 515 VVest River Street5 General Course5 Boys' Chorus I-35 Boys, Glee Club 4, 55 slr. A Cappella Choir 75 Sr. A Cappella Choir 85 Moriitor 65 hlovie Crew 7-85 Radio Club 7-82 Spanish Club 8. STANLEY VV. LEONOVVICH 1t's no use to pretend to be tivo persons. R.F.D. 2, Elyriag General Course. VVILLIAM HARwoon LERSCH I zvonder hott' many miles l'+ve fallen hy this time. 207 Princeton Avenue5 Scientific Course5 Sapientes 45 L,EIlSCI11blC Francais 5-85 slunior Hi-Y I-45 Senior Hi-Y 5-85 National Honor Society 6-85 Band I-85 Orchestra I-85 Monitor 59 Tennis 3, 5, 75 Lightweight B a s k e t b a ll 3-65 Elyrian Staff 2-75 Class President 7, 3- RAYMOND J. LINDON It seenzezl quite dull mul stupid for life to go in the fonzmon amy. R.F.D. 3, Elyria5 General Courseg Nova High School 4, 55 Boys' Glee Club 65 Jr. A Cappella Choir 75 Sr. A Cappella Choir 85 Boys! Chorus 1, 25 Orchestra I-85 Basketball 4, 5. HENRY F. LINSKY I 1lon't rare what lzappens. 433 VVest River Street5 General Course5 lllovie Crew 5-8. llhirtyone Elissa JACK VV. LORD lt's done by ewryhozly lninzling their own business. 210 Olive St.5 Scientific Course5 Hi-Y 3, 45 Light Squad 45 Blonitor 75 Herald Staff 7. ERNA F. LUTTMANN If I knew all the things I used to hnozv. R.F.D. 2, Elyria5 General Course5 Basketball 3, 5, 75 Volleyball 3, 5, 75 Baseball 4, 65 Nlacljowell Chorus IQ Leaders, Group 6-85 All-Star Basketball 6, 85 Tennis J- 7- CLARENCE VV. LOXVERY 1,111 sure I shnn't be able. 327 Columbus Street5 G e n e r al Course. ANN FRANCIS LL'GAs She is .vurlz n dear quiet thing. 1818 lllicldle Avenue5 G e n e r al Courseg Friendship Club I, 2, 7, 85 Tennis 5, 75 Varsity MEMS All- Star Basketball 65 lX'lacDowell Chorus I-65 Library Assistant 4-85 Leaders' Group 5-8. EVELYN E. LYNDKJN Do you thinl' I mn listen all tiny. 200 Fast River St.5 Commercial Course5 lVIaeDowell Chorus IQ Glee Club 2-55 Friendship Club I-8. 1 alll Ro111z11'r Rooiak AICC.fXI,I..X No, it -will mfwr do Io ark. Stop 9 Fast A1'e.9 General Coursey Fairview I-I ig h I-21 XVickliffe High 3-4. '1'ERR1-xxeii AI. MeC,nz1'Y I nmw the lIlt'l'fi1If1 azljorn. R.F.D. 3, Elyria, General Course. YVILLIAA1 AICCRAY To get tlzrough was more lzojwlrss than e'ver. 903 VVest Ave.g General Coursey Hi-Y 1-4.3 Lightweight Football 2, 69 Track 2. I.12oN.-11411 L. AICIJANIELS Wlzafs the fIll.Yil'l'7'? R.F.U. 3, Flyriag General Course, Band 3-8. RICHARD lJ1s.xN lXIClJlERMOTT I heara' :every -word you fellows Terre saying. 146 Clinton Avenue, Scientific Course, Lightweight Basketball 53 Tennis 6: Basketball 7, 85 Cheerleader 7, 8. 1w6 Xilinx XVILLIAM M. NICDERAIOTT 1 I 1'an't afford to learn if. 14.6 Clinton Avenueg G e Il e 1' al Courseg Band 3-85 Ligl1tx1'eight Basketball 3-6. ALBERTA 31.112 Mclxriku In a lou' l'l'l'lI1bHI1y waive. IIQ South Olive Streetg General Courseg YVatseka High School, VVatseka, Illinois 1-.tg Glee Club 1-65 junior A Cappella 7g Senior A Cappella S5 Friendship Club 7, 8. .Io,xN BETHARD Melina With an important air. 222 YVashington Avenueg General C o u 1' s ei Friendship Club 5-85 French Club 5, 6g Leaders' Group 6-85 Basketball 6, By Volleyball 5, 73 Baseball 6, 83 Haddonfield High School 1-4. Roineizr -I. MCLALio111.1N I iuish flI!'j',tl, get the trial done dom' and 11117111 VOIHIIZ flu' rf'- fravlzzlfwztx. 115 Fairlawn Avenueg General Coursey Football 63 A Cappella Choir 7, 8. Ronmzr G. INIAHL I rould staml here 'til tomorrow. 4.37 East Broad Streetg General Courseg Heavyweight Football 5, 7. Thirtytwo 113151 lfiuxens Louise Miuzrix ,ls if I 111111111 falk on surh Il sub- jfrl. 326 VVest Aye.9 General Course, Friendship Club I-8, Basketball 1-4: Volleyball 1-4.. l'iLlZ.Xl!I?'l'II A. M1zREn1T11 Pw'l1afv.v I shall we il fc'ri1'lez1 up 501110-zz'l1e1'f'. 510 East River St.g Conunereial Course, l,ibrarv Assistant 7, 8: Volleyball 7g Basketball 3, 7. Rieirxno A. IN'I11.1,ER lfo-ic' fN'II1'l' they wif! Illinl' me at home. R.F.U. 3, lilyriag General Coursey Band 1-8, Orchestra I-2. ICT11131. Cil?NEVlIZVIE l'Il'1"l'I,lER 011 my mrs llllll -1c'l1irl'ery lm-IL' lille' ifs getting. 540 Vulcan Street, Conunereial Course? Basketball 1-85 Baseball 1-7: Volleyball 1-S3 L e a d e r s' Group 6-8. Fiuxeis LI. Moe141,1?R You flllflllf lo lu' axlzzznzfvl of your- self for asking Xllffl Il Xilllpll? qzzfsfion. Oberlin Road, General Courseg Senior Hi-Y 7, 8, llonitor 2-53 illoyie Assistant 7, 8. 1 lzzrlyllzrre 9 llitii M.xRv12I,L1z N. Momn, W'on't he bl' 3'Il'UIlyl' if fw kept him uwitifzg. 4.14. Earl Court, Gene1'al Course, Leaders' Group 6-83 Varsity "E", Friendship Club 1-62 lfreneh Club 5, 6. LL'e11.1.E A1.1e12 Mo11RA1.xN Shrfv xo exfrvnlffly likely to win. 361 Columbus Street, Gen e ral Course, 'liennis 2, 4, 6, Hg Leaders, Group 5-83 Varsity "Fug Lylin- senible Francais 5, 7, 85 blac- Doyyell Chorus 1-33 Senior A Cappella Choir 4,-8, N ation al Honor Society 7, 9, "Rose of the Danube" Operetta. Giaki-11,11 G. RIORRIS WW' had Ihr' Inav! of ezlzzmfion. R.F.U. 3, Elyria, General Course? Rlonitor 5, 6, 7, 8. RIILDRED Louise llloiuus Uh. IIUIIII' fall' about Irozlble. 34.6 Sixteenth Streetg G e n e ral Coursey Volleyball 1-83 Basket- ball 7, 85 Friendship Club 1, 2, S. AIARJORIE LALICIZ Mosrm' Up In lzzfr rlzin in salt Chotj ivarfr. Q79 East River Street: General Course, Volleyball IQ Basketball 1, 25 Friendship 4. 413135 -I-AXE 'FHERESE RIRKKCJXVSKI I IIIFIIII tvhat I my. 724 YVest River Street, General Course! Friendship Club 7, S3 Leaders' Group 6, 7, S3 Chorus 3g Varsity SFU. SVZANNE L. A'IL'RB.-XCH I 111011111 like to lmfvr that fxfwlzzizzml. IZO Brandston Avenueg General Courseg L e a d e r sy Group 6-SQ rl ennis I, 33 Varsity UF". NIILDRED AANNE NAGY Wiflzozzt rz great deal of thought. 866 VVest River St.: Household Arts Courseg Friendship Club 7, 8. Fmvann S. NANO PFI'l1Ilf7X he Ffllllf help if. ZIS Blaine St.g General Coursey Hi-Y 4-89 Cheerleader 7, 8. NIARY JANE N.fNSll'1XK 1"Ue heard something like it. R.F.D. 1, Abbe Roadg General Courseg Volleyball 1-65 Friend- ship Club 7-8, Baseball 5-6. 9 211511 C1-1.-xR1,Es NELSON Wfvell, I uefver rerml iv' before, but it rounds zmvomnzon sense. 464 Tenth St.g General Courseg Hi-Y 3-53 Extemporaneous Speak- ing 4, Track 2, Sg Lightweight Football SQ Basketball 4, 65 Dra- niaties 75 Light Squad 7. l'll,0RENCli FVA NlZWY'EI.I, fiIl!'i0XFI' 111111 rurioser. 248 Stanford Avenueg General Course: Friendship 1-S. Ro1:ERT H. NOVAK Do mine bark again. 409 Oxford St.: General Coursey Lineoln junior High School, Day- ton, Ohio, 1, 25 Football 3-S3 Basketball 1-8. ICAR1. A. PA1,1,As I lilllkl' you Il flreswzf of ewfry- filing fw mid as yet. .L-K3 Adams St.g Scientific Course: Players Club S9 Herald Staff 71 Senior A Cappella Choir 7, 83 lllonitor 4, 65 Light Squad 6. FRANCES YvoNNE PARKE If 1lirln't nmrlz matter in zvlmt tvfly she put it. 611 Fast River Street: General Coursey Volleyball 1: Basketball 21 Baseball 3g Friendship Club 4. Thirtyfour iialll IJFLORES H. PERKINS I a'on't fhinh they play at all fairly. 630 Lodi St.5 General Courseg Volleyball 5. LTELEN O. PERSENSKY Do you hmm' the 'way out of this? 355 Eleventh St. 5 Commercial Course! Volleyball 1 5 L i b r a r y Assistant 7. lNI11.DRE1J Y. PIETCII And things are 'worse than ever. 260 Spruce Streetg Commercial Courseg Chorus 1. TJOROTHY RIARIE PLAS Ifs no use going haul' to yexlerzlay. 1001 llliddle Avenue5 G en e ral Courseg Notre Dame Academy, Cleveland 1, 25 Herald Staff 7. J. VVARREN PLATNIZR ffve nothing to do. 149 Columbus Streetg G e n e r al Courseg Band 1-45 If,El1SCI1lblC Francais 5-85 Art Club 3, 45 Herald Staff 73 lllonitor 6, 8. Fhirtyhve 9 Xllttx RL-XRIE JEANETTE POKEY lt nzahes ine grow smaller. 209 lllarseilles Avenue5 General Course5 Volleyball 2. RIARY T. PoI,IMENIz It seemed quite natural to find herself talhing. 333 Eighteenth Street5 General Courseg Volleyball 1-65 Basket- ball 1-65 Baseball 1-6. IRENE IVIARIE Posr I rlon't hnoic' of any that do. 121 VVilliams Streetg G e n e r al Courseg I1,EIlSCIl1blC Francais 5-85 Friendship Club 35 Tennis 3, 5, 79 Basketball 1-85 Volleyball 3, 5, 75 Baseball 2, 4, 6. S5 Library Assistant 6, 7. IQARLA M, l70L'I,SI2N Did you speah? R.l".D. 1, Grafton 5 G e n e 1' al Course5 Basketball I, 25 Volley- ball IQ Baseball 25 Friendship Club 5. CHARLES HKJBIER PRICE, JR. They all cheered. 611 VVest Ave.5 Classical Course: Sapientes Club 4-85 N a t i 0 Il al Honor Society 6-85 Cheerleader 7, 85 Elyrian Staff 6-85 Tennis 75 AIOl1if0I'4j Light Squad 55 Slip Collector 7. iitlll JEAN ll. PRICE .ind yet relzat zz dear little fvujvlly it teas! 177 'Pasadena Avenuey General Coursey I1,EllSC1llblC Francais 5-33 Sapientes 4y Tennis 5, 7y Basket- ball 1-85 Volleyball 5, 7y Baseball 4, 6, Ely Office Assistant 7, 8. AIAAIES PRoN EsT1 l fan remember lmlf of it. 1826 'VVest Avenuey Seientifie Coursey Senior Hi-Y 5y lflfn- senible Francais 5-Sy Basketball I, 2. JOHN CASSALL RAl5l2l3r'Xl.'GfI Wfylien ree were little. 122 Lewis Ct.Z General Coursey Track 3j tlr. Hi-Y 3, .ry Sr. Hi-Y 6-Sy Heavyweight Football Klan- ager Sy Freshman li a s k e t b a l l llflanager 3, 43 Liglitweigllt llas- ketball llflanager 6, 7. Am MAE RANso1x1 l never rear ro orzlerefl about in my life, nefver. 232 Fast Ave.y General Co11rsey Leaders, Group 6-83 Friendship Cabinet 6-Sy Basketball 1-Sy Vol- leyball 1-93 Herald Staff 7. CARRIE LOUISE REED Suppoxe we rhange the xubject. 1327 Lake Ave.y General Coursey Sullivan High School, Sullivan, Ohio 1, 25 Friendship Club 3-73 MacDowell Chorus 4. 9 llltiz Al'o11N H. REED lfvlmt reill berome of me? llj Pine St.y General Course. Xh'll,I.l.X.XI lu. Rlilill ,lml he lmlf lzffliewfl it. II3 Pine St.y General Coursey 'liraek 6, 9. xVll.I.l.'X.XI R1e11.xR1Js l1'.v in some lrmglmge l ll07l,l knoie. R.F.D. I, Oberlin y G e ne ral Coursey l,atin Club 7, S. l'll,LlEN ANNA-x Rico Iffygrytlzirzyfv out of the -zmy out here. 1131 East River Streety General Course. l,SSIlE l,.XIliGA RINAGIER llfhen I tell you my Ili-Vf07',V ......-----,--- - 340 Seventeenth Streety General Course: Friendship Club 2, 7, Sy Athletic "Eng lVIaeDowell Chorus 3, 4.y All-Star Volleyball 1, 7. Thirty wx will Mlm Mun' -I. ROBERTSON Ijllllll' hnrh, 1'-111' XUllll'fllii1g 1111- po1'f1111l to XIl.1'. 513 Park Place5 General Course5 Friendship Club 3-Sy Ridgeville High 1, 25 Leaders' Group 6-85 Athletic Pin. RLXRY If1.1z,x1:12'1'11 Ronsox Sha tc'11.v so s111'jv1'i.v1f1l thai for Il 111o111e1zl .the fj11i'1f forgot to .Vf7L'IIl'. 2.1.8 Fifth St.5 General Coursey Basketball I-Sy Baseball 2, 4, 6, 33 Athletic Pin and Gu a r dy l,eaders, Group 4-S5 l'l1'ie11dship Club 1 Sy Office Assitant 6, 7, 85 Latin Club 3. 4.5 lflfnsemble lfraneais 5-85 Glee Club 3-55 All- Star Basketball Team. j.xx112s VV. RYAN Uvhzzl is his A'0I'I'O'lC'? 1212 Lake Ave.: General Coursey Klonitor 5. Ev121.YN M. SHIRACK I 1111111 he H1111 fo fhenz. 2,29 Columbus Streety G e n e r al Course5 Leaders' Group 8? Base- ball 65 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 75 Tennis 7g Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 7y lIacUou'ell Chorus 1-33 Friend- ship Club 3, 7, Sy Latin Club 4, 65 Office Assistant 7, Sy C l a s s 'l'reasurer. Mrkox A. ScHA111114oNs Of 1'0lll'Xl' you lvmtc' fc'h11I if 1111f1ms. R.l7.lJ. 5, lflyriag General Course. I lzirtyrefvefz IJANIEI. JAMES SCHNAR11 Uihieh TCH-17, ufhirh way? 1 I5 Glendale Ct.9 General Coursey Senior Hi-Y 6, 7, 85 Band 7-8. ZELDA HIARY SCIIRAMAI I 1lo1z't hnou' the 11ze1111i11g of half 11111.11 long 1f'or1ls 112111 what x lllllfl' I 1lo11't think you IZO either. Schramin Road, R.l".D. 2y Com- mercial Course5 Friendship Club 1, 21 Herald Staff 7. l'iI,Vl?R.X A. Ser-111012111211 '1'hi.v is 11e111'r11lly u'h11f llrzjrjwezzx. 3 Rawson C o u r t5 Connnercial Course. l2L'TTI Ev1a1,vN Se11Ro12111211 She hen! her 11111111 fo hide Il smile. R.I".U. 2, Telegraph Road5 Gen- eral Coursey Volleyball 1-Sy Bas- ketball 3-85 Baseball 1-83 Niac- llowell Chorus I-2Q Girls' Glee Club 3-7y Sapientes Club 4y -lr. Cl1oir 8. NV.x1,TER IJONALD Sc11Ro12DER, ja. Hou' are you getling on? 929 VVest Avenue5 Commercial Coursey Band 1-Sy Col. VVhite Jr. High, Dayton, Ohio 1, 25 Steel High School, Dayton, Ol1io 3, 4. xaaill ANNA LAXTERNE SCHLJBERT 1t'x all about as various as it fan he. 1004 VVest Ave., General Course, Chorus IS Volleyball 3, Friend- ship Club 7, 8. ERVVIN M. SCHLJLTZ Uh, I shozlldvft he Iihe that. 202 Eastern Heights Blvd., Gen- eral Course, Hi-Y I-8, Library Assistant 4, 55 Extemporaneous Speaking 6, 83 Tennis 5, 7g PIPWCTS Club 5-8: A Cappella Choir 5-83 "The Fooll' 55 Band I-85 "Rose of the D a n u b e" Operetta 7. ERIKA Seuweizmz fix hard as it rould go. R.F.D. 4, Elyria! General Course, Volleyball I, 2. . joslsPH FRANK Sc0'rT The rare ir ofver. Box 283, Elyria, Ohio: General 5 Coursey Track 2, 4, 6, Sag Basket- ball 2, 4, 6, 85 Football 3, 5, 75 Baseball 6. CHARLES F. SRNNING lla 7L'oa't tall' about her anynzorf. R.F.D. 3, Elyria, General Course, Jefferson Junior High I, 2, Bas- ketball 25 Baseball 2. 9 Elixir TCLSIE CECIL!! SHAPKO She tossed her hfarl lo iffy? harh the ruanziering rarl. I I4 Furnace Streetg G e n e ral Course, Friendship Club 7, 85 Varsity HE". CTIEORGE BARNIQTT SIIARKIZY EA'f3Ill7lllfiO7l.l' iahr? safh II zlrrarlflzl lime. 207 Bath St., Scientihe Course, lllonitor 7 3 Radio Club 7, 3, "The Fool" 5, Players Club 7, 8, Spanish Club S, Track 2, 4. 6, S3 Lightweight Basketball 35 Tennis 3, 5, 75 lVlovie Assistant 85 EX- temporaneous Speaking S. TQAY M. SHEYVELL In fact ive went to .frhool every- day. 510 Ohio St., General Coursey Lightweight Football 7, Baseball 4. IXIELVIN IOHN SH1P1,i2Y Did you efuw' src sarh a thing as a dnsvvizzgz of a llll!l'llIlf'.VX.a 1836 Fast Ave., General Course, Track 2, 4, 6. LTEANIETTE E. SHRUBSOLE 11116 got to grow up. 250 E. Thirteenth Street: General Course? Chorus I, 23 Glee Club 3-5, Sapientes 4, Friendship Cabi- net 4-Sg Volleyball I, 3, 5, S3 Basketball 25 l,'Ensen1ble Fran- cais 5, 6. ylllil'fjlC'l!lhf iitlll ANXA MAE SMITH I'm on the same side of the door as you are. R.F.U. 3, Elyriag General Course. BoNILx'N AI.-XRIE SMITH ,ire you all ready? R.F.D. 3, Elyriag General Coursey Basketball I-S9 Volleyball I-83 Baseball 2, 6, 85 Friendship Club 7, Sp Office Assistant 6-S3 Players Club 7, S. IJORIS S. SMITH You f'an'l thinl' hour' glazl I lllll to see you again. 513 Cleveland Streetg G e n e r al Courseg Office Assistant 7, S5 Athletic MEN. NoRgxIAN VV. SMITH Hrirtling all oiver. 6II Broad St.g General Courseg Boys, Chorus I 5 Junior Hi-Y 3, 4. VERII AIARIIZ SMITH You better 110' do that again. 759 VVest River Streetg General Course: Leaders' Group 4-S5 Herald Staff 75 Swimming 63 Athletic Pin and Guard, Friend- ship Club 7. S3 l"riendship Club Cabinet Sq All-Star Basketball S. Thirtynine 9 llltii JABIES LEWIS SOLT fm? made up my mind about it. Q02 VVest Ave.3 General Courseg Latin Club I, 2. NINA EVANGELINE SPANOS lfheiz fm a Dzirlzers, I u'on't have any pepper in my kitchen at all. .yor Lodi St.g Commercial Coursey Friendship Club I, 2, 7, S3 Mormo- gram. FRED STAHL for nothing to do. 209 VVinkles St.5 General Courseg Heavyweight Football 3, 5. MARIQJN I. STANFORD I am quite tired of being such a tiny little thing. 260 Columbus Streetg G e n e r al Course, Chorus I, 23 Glee Club 3-53 A Cappella Choir 6-85 Leaders' Group 6-83 Friendship Club I-85 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 73 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 8. RTARION E. STARK Let the jury l'0?Z.YlII!?I' their 'ver1li4't. 353 Twelfth Street, Commercial Coursey Friendship Club I-75 Volleyball 23 Baseball 21 Swim- ming 6. MMM CASMIR A. STASKIENVS Come, tl1erf's luzlf my plan done nozc. 1814 llliddle Avenueg G en e r al Course5 lllonitor 5, 65 Golf 6. JOHN J. STE1NmNo12R I -zeill tell you lzozu. R.F.D. 1, Oberlin Rd.5 Scientific Course5 Players Club 5-85 Nloni- tor 5-85 "lWrs. llloonlightn 43 "The Fool" 55 Elyrian Staff 85 Light Squad 2, 5, 8. PAUL ST12NTz Tlzr're'y no sort of ure in nork- mg. 315 Twelfth St.5 General Course-5 Band 3-85 Orchestra 1-8 5 Track 8. ORVAL A. STROHL llou' is it to be lIlfl7lIlgl'l1.l 621 Bond St.5 General C0lll'SC', Senior Hi-Y 5-85 Band 5-85 Sr. A Cappella 5-85 Boys' Glee Club 3, 45 Track 2, 4, 85 Operetta 75 Boys' Chorus 1, 25 Lightweight Basketball manager 4. LIILDRED ANN Srizousis Then yours f1c'asn't zz really goozl school. 903 Park Ave.5 General Course! Fostoria High School 1-65 Friend- ship Club 7-85 Herald Staff 8. 936 Mimi KATHERINE MARIE STUNTZ So she set lo rvorlx Schramm Road! General Course5 Art Club 3, 45 Friendship Club 1-65 Glee Club 5-65 lwaellowell Chorus I-55 l'f.H.S. lllonogram. Joi-IN lV11.1.1AA1 SDRDOCK 611171 you play rroquet? 202 Erie Streetg llfanual Arts Course? Lightweight Basketball 65 Golf 4, 6. JUNE EMILY SL'T1.11f1f l'111 :lever sure ielznt fm going to be from one llliifilfe fo mzotlzer. 116 East Ave.5 General Courseg Norwalk High School 1-45 Friend- ship Club 7, 85 Basketball 5, 6. -Io11N NV11.1.1A1x1 'l'A1.ARs14Y Give mf' Il lllllll XIl7lIl'7l'i6'll. 138 VVaren Avenue? Commercial Courseg Track 1-85 Basketball 1, 35 Football 3, 5, 75 Baseball 65 Boxing 35 Golf 4, 6, 8. LUCILLE RTARYANN 'FARNOXVSKI Right as usual! 424 West Twelfth St.5 General Course5 Volleyball 1-35 Office Assistant 5-85 Editor of Herald 75 Elyrian Staff 7, 8. Forty 113153 ALMA FLORITNCIZ 'll,XYLOR Fen' fllillyi' illlllltltlll are izlzjwoxxililc. 22.1. Eastern Heights Blvd., Clas- sical Courseg Friendship 1, 4, 7, 85 Sapientes Club 4, 7, 83 Mae- Dowell Chorus 1-.tg Glee Club 75 Senior A Cappella Choir 93 Bas- ketball 1-.tg Volleyball 1-45 Base- ball 1-43 'Tennis 5 3 Library Assist- ant 4. AIYRI.-'X Tnoxmsox She tc'11ll'1'1l a little rj1li4'l'frr. 1700 VVest Ave.g General Coursey Baseball 33 Basketball 71 Volley- ball 5g Friendship 5-8. YUI..-XNDAI IQITA TIRPE Sit zloiwi all of you mm' listen to me. 504 l.odi St.g General Course, Basketball lj Volleyball 1, 2g Baseball 2. DoRoT1-Iv A. 'FITTLIZ Wllcrz mn l lnwe zlropfrerl Ilzcni, I wonder? R.F.D. 2, Oberlin Rd.g General Course? Friendship I-33 Mac- Dowell Chorus IQ Basketball 1-43 Volleyball 3-43 Baseball 1-4. ALEX -I. TOTH "Wlz11t are tarts made of", ,mid the king. R.F.D. 2, Elyriag General Course, Library Assistant 7, 8, I ortyone 9 llliiz Ro1412RT TL: FFORD Ol: 'tis low, 'tis lrwc that makes the world go round. 719 Park Ave., General Coursey Glee Club 2-5g A Cappella Choir 7. 83 Hi-Y 23 Kiske Prep School 5. 6. Doius VAN Xl.-'XLKl2NllL,'RG lflmt is the use of a book? 812 VVest Ave.9 General Courseg Volleyball 1-4.3 B a s e b al l 1-.tg NlaeDoWell Chorus 2-63 Girls' Glee Club 7, 85 Friendship Club 2- 3, 4, 3- BEVERLY KATHLEEN xv.-'HIGHN lf e'z'erybo1ly minzlezl their own buxiness, the ieorlzl would go round a deal faster than it does. I 164. Brandston Avenue, General Courseg Leaders' Group 5-85 Varsity "ICH anal Ping Tennis 1-35 lfriendship 1-4, 7, 8. joiz A. VAVZINCAK I zfmzzler ivluzt llrfll 110 next. 1605 VVe s t Avenue? Scientific Course, Golf 4, 6. TH E1,.x1A ELIZAI1 ETH XVAGNER il'llt'l'F'.Y no one to listen to her. R.F.D. 2, Elyriag General Course. rlalll SIGMLND L. VVAZYNIAK It tvax all dark overhead. 1304 VVest Ave.g General Course! Lightweight F o o t b all 5, 71 L i g h t w e i g h t Basketball 3-6, Heavyweight B a s k e t b all 7, S5 Track S. NIARY lh'IARGARET VVEBER Efverythirzg'r got IZ moral if only you can had it. I2I9VVest Ave., General Course. FREDERICK INGALLS VVHITEHEAD Come and help me out of this. 254 VVashington Ave.g General Coursey Spanish Club 7, S. GARDINIER HAMMOND VVHITEHEAD It must he a very pretty dance. 254 Washizigtoii Ave.g Scientific Course! Spanish Club 8, George VVashington High School, New York City I, 23 English School, Barcelona, Spain 3, 4, SQ Light- weight Football 7. NETTIE ELEASE VVHITXNORTH She was silent for a minute or two. 80 Oberlin Rd.g General Coursey Friendship Club I-S3 Basketball I-5g Baseball I-5g Volleyball 1-5. 19 l hllill ROBERT CALVIN VVILCOX llofzc' fan you learn your lessons in here? 1310 East Ave.g General Courseg Band I-83 L'Ensenible Francais 5-S9 Light Squad 65 lllonitor 6, 83 Operetta "Rose of the Danubey' 73 Senior A Cappella Choir 7, S. G. RUBERT XVISSINGER l think l would rlo if if l got .s'Zarte1l. 347 Furnace St. General Coursey Band 5-85 Hi-Y 3-4.3 Sr. Hi-Y 5-SQ A Cappella Choir 75 Players Club 5-83 Spanish Club 7, 85 KI 0 n i t o r 5-73 "Rose of the Danubev Operetta. IRENE AGNES VVIZOREK Dorff looh at me like that. T43 Bellfield Avenue? G e n e ral Coursey Leaders' Group 7, Sp Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Basketball 2, 4., 89 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Office Assistant 8. BI.-XRGL'I?RlTE Louise NVOLFE There is no harm in frying. .f.lQ Huron St.3 General Coursey Friendship Club 7, 8. HARRY -I. P. VVOLTZ l'fUe something important to say. 201 Fairlawn Avenue 5 G e n e 1' a l Course? Senior Hi-Y 5-S5 Airplane Club 3-83 Chorus I. Fortytwo Forlyflzree 1936 MMM ELEANOR ANN VVYSZYNSKI PVeIl, if I must, I must. 264 Prospect St.g E.H.S. lX'Iono- gram 8. Geokoe VV. ZE1x11z.x And how many hours ll day did you do Cacrordionj lessons? IOI3 VVest Ave.3 General Courseg Football 1, 3, 5, 7j Basketball 1, 33 Senior Hi-Y 5-83 Track 23 Baseball 4, 63 lwonitor 4, 5, 6. Da. Agate Saves 72 Dr. A. R. Agate Eilgll EVELYN AI.-XRIE YOUNG Thani you! it's very interesting. 1307 llliddle AAVCHUCQ G e n e r al Courseg Players Club 4-83 Friend- ship Club I-83 French Club 5-83 Herald Staff 71 Astronomy Club 7. 8: Radio Club 5-83 Library Assistant 5, 6, 89 Volleyball 5-63 Basketball 7. 83 Swinnning 6. QCOMYOHBGOJ-ddf Dr. A. R. Agate, member of the Board of Edu- cation for I2 years, was honored at a banquet in the cafeteria on February I3 when 125 persons greeted hin1. He was presented with a bronze elephant to add to his collection which already contains more than 200. During his I2 years' service four school buildings have been built and the stadium became a reality. His wife, mother, and daughter ,were present at the banquet. Senioc Committees Attend to mam, Duties CLASS OFFICERS President-VVilliam Lersch Secretary-Richard Fey Yice President-Stella Boreski Treasurer--Evelyn Schirack CLASS POET USHERS FOR JANUARY FLOVVER Emma Curtiss CONIMENCEMEN11 Agnes Blair Jane.Andrus Earl Bosley SENIOR DISTINCTION DAY Maman Barnes Lavada Cephas QLQTHES Charlotte Chase Boys-Charles Nelson Donald Hull Erwin Schultz Orval Strohl Bob Tufford Girls-Lois Fortune Beverly Barchard llflildred Davis Jeannette Shrubsole Irene Wizorek J EVVELRY Ann Lugas Emma Curtiss Bob Layport Jack Lord Jane lllrukowski ANNOUNCEIVIENT llffarian Stanford Leroy Barr llilton Gross Irene Post Wilma Farkas Marian Haag Frances Kelling Mary Kiehm Marvelle Moehl TICKET TAKERS Douglas Brydon Jim Donnelly Robert Grobe Albert Helmling Ted Knepper Harry Lauer Ray Shewell John Steinbinder PROPHECY Ruth Schroeder lylary Ruth Cochrane Carl Henke Dorothy Koontz William Lauck H I STO RY SENIOR DISTINCTION DAY PROGRAINI Bob Crandall Emma Goodman Nfargaret Halpin Jane Hill Joan MfcKee Bob VVilcox Bob VVissinger SOCIAL lylargaret Herold Bill lVIcCray Betty Jane Cor-kill Frances Martiri James Pronesti Bonilyn Smith Joe Vavzincak MEMORIAL William Richards Virginia Demirjian Jean Fridenstine Erna Lottman Gerald Morris Lucille lylohrman COLOR Bob Novak Jean Price VVarren Platnex' Ada Ransom Mary Robson Vera Smith Frederick Whitehead Mary Catherine Brand Russell Dean Eugene Duffy Evelyn Lyndon Earl Pallas Ruth Deuble Anne Schubert MOTTO Elizabeth Collins Teresa Baker David Dehm Mary Nasipak Alex Toth CAPTION Lucille Tarnowski Victor Christensen Carl Davies Leota Drusendahl Homer Price John Steinbinder Alma Taylor CUTS FOR THE ELYRIAN Doris Jane Barber George Campbell Nettydean Greene . Ed Gregorczik Delbert I-Ioltzman Catherine Lavalle Robert Mahl Ed Nano Mary Polimene Paul Stenz Mary Margaret VVeber Marguerite Wolfe Elvera Schroeder GIRLS' CAPS AND GOVVNS Doris Smith Helen Boynton Joyce Hastings Ethel Mittler Ethel Jobaggy lVIary Robertson Fortyfour Fo1'tyfiz'e Class Peasants "Use new Pow" Cosmo I-Iamilton's three-act farce "The New Pooru, presented before two packed houses by the Senior Class on the nights of llIay 21 and 22 proved to be a hilarious success. The story depicted the amusing experience of a Russian grand duke and his three companions supposedly stranded in America. Though they knew nothing about house- keeping, they accepted employment as servants for a wealthy family whose former servants had pulled the "run outll :let on them . Romance intermingled with crime heightened the interest in the comedy. In the end the Russian nobility proved only to be a group of amateur actors trying to earn a living after failing on the stage. IPR311111 TIS PISRSONAE Cl1IIl7Yll'fl'7'X l,!Il'1'f'I'A' Grand Duke fslohnsonl .e,..e ,, ,,,,.. ...,,,,,,,,, l 'lomer Price Count Ivan lSimpkinsj ee,,,eee.,,, .,,,,,, C iardiner XVhitehead Prince Vladimir fRo,qersl ...... ...,,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,,rrrr I' Iarl liosley Princess Irina CTompkinsl .,,,,,, ,,r,r,r Il Iargaret Halpin Amos VVellby ,,,,,..... ,,,,....., ,,,,..... ,,,,,r, C l 1 arles Nelson IlIiller C. Gutteridge ...... .... t lohn Steinbinder IlIrs. VVellby rrr,,,,,,...,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,i I Louise Reed Alice Vvellby ., ,,,.,,,,,,,, ...,,,,,, l lune Sutliff Constance VVellby ....,., ..,,,,,... I sabel Ilathory Betty Ivellby ,,,,,,.,., ,..,. IX'Iildred Strouse .lane Hill IXIilton Gross Mary Maudsley Kirk O'l":u' 1'r- ll SY,'VOl'SIS ACT I.-The living room of a charming country home. ACT II.---fThe same, five weeks later. ACT III.-The same, five minutes later. P.Z.14.Z0f16'e604Wifh night Left to right-Rear rozv: Nlrs. Orval Flint, chairman of lylembership Commit- teeg Mrs. Leo llleyers, chairman of Student Aid Committee, T. G. Stephens. chairman of Publicity Committee, C. P. Shivelyg Paul Hines, chairman of Program Committeeg R. E, McDermott, chairman of VVays and lN'Ieans Committee, llilrs. C. A. Richards, Nfagazine Chairman. Firsl rozv: lllrs. YV. A. Dehm, chairman of Refreshment Committee? Seward Black, Treasurerg lklrs. R. E. Hultz, Secretary, R. NV. Nlc- Williairis, Presidentg lylrs. li. H. Long, First Vice-Presidentg E. G. Baxter, Second Vice-Presidentg Mrs. J. L. Mathis, Historian. Althou h it is scarcel ' out of its infancy the Hi h School Parent-Teacher Asso- n 1 g -5 Q - 1 - y I 1 1 . I clatron has been very active in this, its second year. ln, addition to its meetings, If has sponsored a marionette show, an amateur program, a dance, and a concert. All roads led to the high school auditorium on Mfarch 5 when seventeen students displayed their talents in the Amateur Contest. The judges, llr. Paul VVainwright, hir. Joe Body, lVlr. ll. VV. Baird, Nlr. VValter Hinkle, and Nliss Alice VValsh decided that the first prize should go to Betty l,ohret, acrobatic dancer, the second to Edmund VVright, pianist, and the third to Robert Wilcox, marimba soloist. A dance under P.T.A. auspices was held on March I3 after the All-Star Girls' Basketball Game. Admission was tree to anyone who had attended the game. The P.T.A. hired the orchestra. for this dance, but the proceeds of the dance and game went to the athletic department. The A Cappella Choir, directed by lilr. Beck, the hlasonic Chorus, conducted by llffr. E. VVirkler, and eight violinists with their teacher, llflr. Henri Gilbert, joined on April 23 to present a concert for the benefit of the P.T.A. The latter group held the audience spellbound by their unusual lighting effects, as they presented a group of melodies entitled HOld Favoritesf, Speakers at the various meetings included Father james llaley of St. lVIary's Church? Superintendent of Schools, R. C. Mastoiig Dr. A. Caswell Ellis, President of Cleveland College, Dr. Blake Crider of Fenn College, and Dr. F. H. Evans, who spent ten years as a medical missionary in India. At the November meeting the play "Three's A Crowd!! was presented by Robert Smith, George Sharkey, Betty Agate, Charles Nelson, and Joan Bowers under the direction of Bliss Nina J. Baker. F ortysix 411 N I1 53x X1 N lg N ffl W 111 W 1 ll 5- 7Z3?2"4Q ,g 'kms V x IK um, my my Lg Quia linden 0,111.0 fl. Bama Ewing Buaey hem: l Left to right--First row: Ruth Ann Sheldon, Nancy llliller, Betty Burnett, Betty Agate, Jeanette Shrubsole, Ada hlae Ransom, Ada May Stanford, Vera Smith. Second row: Nancy Oldfield, lllary Robson, Jane Hill, Jeanne lVlcCray, Virginia Easley, Lois Kieffer, Miss Lemon, rulviser. Third rozc: June Beck, Dorothy Altfeld, Alberta VVright, Ruth Oviatt, Claire McGL1ire, Jean Brillhart. September-The Cabinet made plans for the year at a conference which was held at Linwood Park. October-A membership campaign, launched at an assembly in the school audi- torium, brought 250 new members, who were initiated a week later. A style show was given at the Y.VV.C.A. hlrs. J. C. Frankfather from Cleveland was the only speaker in October. Four cabinet members attended a Friendship Conference at Central Y.VV.C.A. in Cleveland. The first copy of the Friendship newspaper appeared. November-An old-fashioned barn dance was given at the Y.VV. gym. The first interest group meeting was held, and knitting, dramatic, personal relations, and dancing groups were organized. Derenzber- Ajoint l-li-Y and Friendship meeting was held at the Y.lXl.C.A. A Christmas party was followed by a Friendship Christmas Co-ed at lflks Hall with 100 couples present. February-lVlrs. Birkline talked on cosmetics. A Valentine party was held at the Y. W. C. A. fllarch--A scavenger hunt was followed by a Hotel Prom at the Y.VV. gym. April-Two plays were presented by the dramatic group preceding a tureen supper. fllay-Rainbow Gardens was the scene of the Friendship Club roller skating party. A mother-daughter banquet was held. The Spring Co-ed was given at the Elyria Country Club, the music being furnished by Bill lVIcCray's orchestra. June-A Senior Farewell party and the election of officers will be the features in June. Officers--The members ofthe cabinet are: President, Jeanette Shrubsoleg Vice President, Dorothy Altfeldi Secretary, Ada Ransomg Treasurer, Claire lllcfinireg Advisers, Miss Frances Lemon, lllrs. Roy Clymer, and Nliss Ona V. Holly: Betty Agate, June Beck, Jean Brillhart, Betty Burnet, Virginia Fasly. Jare Hill, Lois Kieffer, Nancy Miller, Jeanne lN'IcCray, Nancy Oldfield, Ruth Oviatt, Vera Smith, lVIary Robson, Ruth Ann Sheldon, lllarian Stanford, and Alberta VVright. Fortyeight Fortynine '6wupfo.Cose406y Left to righf-First row: lVIarion Haag, lVIarion Stanford, Ada Mae Ransom, Beverly Vaughn, .loan McKee, Lois Fortune, Emma Goodman, lllary Robson, llfary Catherine Brand, Lucille hlohrman, Vera Smith, .lane lllrukowski, Irene VVizorek, llarvelle Mfoehle, Ethel Mittler. Srmmi rote: lllargaret Herold, ,lane Hill, lNIary Robertson, ,lean Brillhart, Lucille Alacque, Lois Kieffer, Betty Agate, Carol Kipf, Betty YVashburn, Jeanne McCray, Clarice lWcGuire, Virginia Nye, Frances Leiman, Alberta Wright, Betty Harrison, Clarice Hensman, lVIiss'Kemble, Erna Lottman. Third rozc: lllary Ruth Cochrane, Evelyn Schirack, Bertha Battle, Rebecca Nlel- drum, Dorothy Altfeld, Irene Post, Lois Ann Nell, Nancy Millei', Anitra Gotro, Alice -loviac, Geraldine Hahn, Ann Lugas, Beverly Barchard, Nola Smith, Sue Milr- bach, -loyce Hastings. Fourth roizez lllaude Stevenson, Ossie Rinager, -lean lNIcKee ,lean Price, Julia Ring, Ruth Schroeder, Violet Schroeder, .leannette Shrubsole, Bertha Smith, Klary Louise Carr, Ada lllae Ransom, Rea Clare Harris, Anne Bush, lllargaret Lugas. The Leaders' Group program for this year varied a great deal. The first semester members totalled 40, at present there are 65, the largest active number there ever has been. However, approximately 40 will be lost by .lune graduation. All during the year the Leaders' Group girls assist bliss Kemble in any possible way. They take charge of gym classes, and the point system, which the classes used the second semester. In the point system all the grading was don by Leaders. On April 2, 27 new members were voted in. They were initiated on hlay 15. Approximately 65 couples were in attendance at this colorful affair. Prior to this year, in the spring Leaders' Group usually had a picnic, but this year bliss Kemble arranged a change. The qualities which a girl must possess in order to get into Leaders' Group are: a grade of HA" in posture, "Av in gym, the ability to lead without antagonizing, good attitude toward all school work in general, good attitude toward all sports, passing grades in all school work, and good sportsmanship at all times. Qdlils in Spobfsonfjqmfedcw gm' we sm" M M wwe fm cam. Luft in riyl1tfl"ir.vf rafzc: Ycrzi Smith, Aliunc Beck, Ifmina Goodmzm, Cap't Joan RICKCC, C:1p't Klary Robson. Beve1'ly Yruxghn, Lois Kim-Her. Rlarion Stzmford. Scfrozzzl mic: Ruth Storm, Nola Smith, Claire iXICcillil'C, BIZIYY Robertson. Rebecca Rlvldruiu, 312111 Ruth Cochrane, tlczuinc RIL'Lil'2ly, Betty xxY2lSi1bllI'l1 clI1flllllgCl'J . Ilvllifll ro-zv: lftlicl Rlittlcr, Lois l'i01'fllI1C, 1'iI'll2l Lottmzui. Bliss lil'1l1biL', Lxllllt' liugas, Joyce Hastings, 'Iam' llrukowski. Fifty Fiftyone rem me Devotees may an raw M " . , L l , , Lrft lo riyhi: Klarion Ellis, Roberta Howenstinc, Finnia Goodman, Irene Post Y Frances Leiman, -lean lNfIcCmy, lllary liricklnzin. qmmwnmmswwopm Left to right-First ro1c': Lois l'l0l'flII1l', Kllllllil ci00Cl1NZlI1, Lucille 'l'arnowslci, Irene YVizo1'iek, Stella liorcski, lllary Kiclnn, lfvclyn Scliirack. Srrond row: .lean Price, Bonilyn Sniitli, Uoris Sniitli, lfctty Vvasliburn, Nlary Robson, lllarian llzirncs, lfraiiucs Kc-lling. Huey WMM Ride Teieyetes, Badly Buggies, Stand At Attention NARGUKRITE MOLfE DON HULL Q d4.SB!l!.lE4-LAB , Q e ' Aids sam, mm, cheat, amy Bm Left to riylzt-First rote: Edith Rigg, lwargaret Lugas, Helen Schafer, lrene Hollis, Ann Lugas, Virginia Demirjian, Elizabeth lyleredith, Agnes Dowdell, Klar- garet Herald, Neomi Davies. Second row: Nancy Oldfield, Evelyn Young, Leota Drusendahl, lsabel liathory, Miss Scott fljbrrzrianl, Phyllis Rhodes, Agnes Fay, Louise Hendricks, l.ois Ann Nell. Third row: Ted Knepper, Alex Toth, Russell Dean, Harry Yvasserman, llilton Gross, Robert Deutsch, Carol lVIcQuistion, Emma Curtiss, Sophia Given. Fourth rote: Paul Hayes, Richard VVard, Carl Davies, Robert Holmes. Samuel Baleich, Ted Cebroski. Five projects requiring extra time and work have been carried out in the library this year. Open House called for a special display and from the pages of fourten novels stepped characters to grace the lawn of a house made of book jackets. These dolls were dressed by the girl assistants while the boys COIlStl'llCfCtl the house. A Library Ladder showed the steps through which a book passes from the purchase until it is ready for circulation. The Centennial of lwark Twain's birth gave the library a chance to honor the famous humorist's memory. Posters depicting the characters in his books were on display, bulletin boards gave information concerning his life. The library was assisted by the Art classes in making posters for this display. American Education VVeek in November claimed a special place in the semester's activities. VVindows downtown housed exhibits prepared by school departments. The library displayed dolls clothed in book jackets of each type of subject matter contained in the library illustrating the use of the Dewey Decimal System. With the roaring of lions, and wild animals under a crepe paper big top a color- ful circus invaded the library during Book VVeek. Side shows in the form ot a peep- in-the-box book title contest necessitating consulting the catalogue attracted much attention. The winner, Bob Deutsch, having the privilege of selecting the prize. chose Anne Lindberghis HNorth To the Qrientfl The Book VVeek theme, "Reading for Funu, was woven into the various displays. Birds and beasts gazed from lofty heights atop the book shelves upon the interested crowd below. The centers of the "sawdust ringsu were displays of new books, draw- ings and models made by the science and English classes. lVIounting pictures to be used as a form of visual education is the newest library project. Fiflyfour lfiffyfiw 1 ' "nm mam Left In righf-Firsl mic: jean Crisp, Patsy Fulmer, Betty Harrison, Lucille Tarnowski, Lillian Dowdell. Second rote: Carl Davies, Homer Price, Bill Lersch, bliss Rlargaret Edwards Cmlwisfrl, john Steinbinder, Bob Hannon, Edmund VVright. The duty of the Efj'I'fIll1 staff is to publish the school annual, "THE ELYRIANU twice per year--in .llanuary and in june. Although it is published for the entire school, honor to the graduates is stressed. It serves as a memory book for every student who purchases. The staff usually proceeds quietly, almost mysteriously, with plans for the "ELYRI,1N". As a result the student body inspects the completed book with a HNow-what-has-Santa-Claus-brought-usi' air. ln editing the '1liLYRI,1N" the staff is kept busy with preparing manuscript for the printer, proof reading, arranging for photographs,.interviewing, managing sales drives, soliciting advertising, collecting money, paying bills, consulting the files, doing errands, conferring with the adviser, preparation of photographic material for en- gravers, checking and double-checking. Although there is plenty of work for staff members, they find time for play, just as any other club or organization does. The staff gives either a party, picnic or some other entertainment usually once a semester. ln January llr. and hfrs. C. H. Price of 611 VVest Avenue opened their home to the staff one evening in honor of their son, Homer, who is editor-in-chief this semester. As each member entered the living room, a card inscribed with the name of a famous man or woman was pinned on his or her back, Throughout the evening every member had to he addressed hy his false name. If one of the students called the other by his own name, he had to pay a penalty. A minature replica of the Elyrirzfz served as a place card. A picnic or theatre party is being considered for -Iune. Latin C6445 Busy Zeac Left to right-First role: Jeanette liuchholtz, Nancy llliller, Jeanette Zachman. Patsy lfulmer, Dorothy Thayer, llargaret Halpin, Elizabeth Collins, Betty -lenson, Jean Nlcliee, lylary Brickman. Serond row: Nancy Oldfield, Shirley Simpson, Janet Smith, Alma Taylor, Lola Tonry, Agnes Fay, Dora Early, Adelia Ozminski, l,aVonne Schramm, Neomia Davies. Liberty Campbell. Third ro-ze: .lane Unger, Dolores Tonry, Betty hliller, Gwendolyn lryin, Betty Danner, Virginia Noonan, Josephine hlieske, Anne Vincent, -l'ohn Faulkner. Fourth rote: Leonard bloody, NVilliam Richards, Robert Spinks, Edmund Haight. Leroy Bloody, Robert Bannon, Robert Reineck, Homer Price, Andrew Thompson. Robert llloss. Rlarked by the observance of Horace's liimillenium and by the enthusiasm of 35 young people, the Latin Club calendar for the year was filled to overflowing. The most interesting meetings featured: the life and works of Horace along with what other localities were doing in honor of his anniversary, a Roman banquet, a de- bate, and the annual hlay outing. Ancient Rome of 2000 years ago was recreated on December io, as the members gathered at the teachers, cafeteria for a banquet and program in observance of the Horatian Rimillenium. Old Roman customs were followed from the time the guests entered the cafeteria until they departed. Each entered with right foot foremost as cautioned by slaves on duty. Homer Price, who served as host for the program, called the head slave to take the "omens" and otheiated at the offering to the gods. The slaves were dressed in burlap sacks, and the guests who reclined on couches in the Roman fashion were dressed in sheets to represent togas. After dinner served in Roman style the program followed which included music by a quartet composed of Agnes lfay, hlargaret Halpin, Lola Tonry, and Elizabeth Collins singing translations from Iloraee's poemsg the appearance of "Horace" himself played by Leonard Nfoody, reciting his poem, "The Bore", Andrew Thompson and Robert Holmes depicted a scene from a play based on this poem, and selections from other poems of Horace by Nlargaret Halpin, Alma Taylor, Bill Richards, and liliz- abeth Collins. The program was closed when the host ordered the guests' sandals, which had been removed at the beginning of the feast, to be brought ing the members departed for Elyria in the twentieth century. Fiflysix f'lfffj'XIi'F1l Aotow Weak Back Stage as We!! as Fu-nt Left to righ!-First rou':Lois Nell, Earl Pallas, lrene Hollis, llary liiehm, Xlilton Gross, lietty Agate, lfvelyn Young, .Iohn Steinbinder, Betty Jenson, Don Sharpe. Secoml ro-ze: Nancy Oldfield, Charles Nelson, Christine Sederis, Erwin Schultz, Isabel Bathorv, lllargaret Halpin, Rea Clare Harris, Roger YVilliams, Lillian Uowdell. Third ro-ze: Dorothy Altfeld, Robert Holmes, xlane Uthe, George Sharkey, llliss Nina Baker fm!-viserl, Bonilyn Smith, Charles lllelton, lfmma Curtiss. Fourllz rote: Harold liarres, Norman Stegman, Neil Hass, Robert XVissinger. Players Club members 52 strong won admission to the club by taking part in dramatic productions, doing stage or crew work, or selling tickets. ln this manner they compiled a given number of points which made them eligible for membership. The president of the club since February has been lllilton Gross, who was vice president during the first se1neste1'. Cora Louise Ramser, a mid-year graduate, was president from September to February. The other ofhcers are Evelyn Young, secre- tary, and john Steinbinder, treasurer. lfnder the supervision of Bliss Nina liaker and -I. lllartin Heck an operetta, "The Rose of the Danube!! was given November 7 and S. Several members of the Play ers Club took part in it. As a direct result of their work in the operetta, many students acquired a sufficient number of points to become eligible for membership. The initiating of this group furnished much entertainment. The Players Club sponsored an appearance of the Tatterman Klarionettes .lan- uarv lj at a pay assembly with a matinee after school for adults and grade school pupils. Collecting dues is accomplished in an unusual but eflicient way. The treasurer designates when and where dues must be paid. After that date double dues are re- quired unless a verv good reason exists for non-payment. One need not even guess that the dues are paid on time. Seniors, juniors, sophomores, and even freslunen are eligible for membership as soon as they receive the required munber of points. Therefore, it is not surprising to find almost half of the members to be lower classmen. Klany useful as well as interesting tasks are taken in stage and crew work, such as hand properties crew, publicity crew, electicity crew, and costumes crew. All of these are essential to the good production of the play . Points earned by working on these crews count just as well as if one were in the play itself. ,4 caweea, 60 saw, Dons new Raw Left to right-First rote: lllarion Stanford, llary lfllen liuswell, Ethel Ryan, Alma Taylor, Betty VVashburn, John lilyop, Erwin Schultz, Ray Linden, Douglas Brydon, Don Hensman, john Faulkner, Alice Link, hlarion Barnes, Charlotte Chase. Irene Hollis, Lenora Chobanoff. Seroml row: Ruth Storm, lNIuriel Summerlee, llary liiehm, .lean Fridenstine, Almeda lklartin, John Stevenson, Vvlilliam Davidson, Robert l,ayport, Robert Folk, lVIr. Beck, Roger VVilliams, lklary Ruth Cochrane, Dorothy Codner, Betty -lenson, Agnes Blair, Isabel Brydon, llaxine Harford, llargaret Halpin, Betty Burnet. Third role: Florence lwoore, lxlilfj' Bachtel, .lean lirillhart, Alberta hlclntirc. Elaine Schultz. Don Sharpe, Earl Pallas, Bob Crandall, Bob VVilcox, Orval Strohl. Ernest Haylor, VVeldon Hopewell, hlary Sullivan, hlarjv C. Brand, Clarice Hens- man, Betty ll. Corkill, Rea Clare Harris. A Cappella Choir of oo members under the direction of Al. Klartin Beck has participated in many performances the past year. An operetta, "Rose of the Danube", directed jointly by Kliss Baker and hir. Beck, not only attracted great audiences but also did much toward paying for the choir robes. The Christmas concert and the -llanuary liaccalaureate service, although annual events, held great prominence in this YCZIIJS schedule. The Lake Erie League lllusic Festival featuring l,orain. Lakewood, Cleveland Heights, Shaw, and Elyria choirs was held in the Flyria High auditorium hlarch 27, 1936. Each choir with its own director gave a unique performance followed by a great choir of picked members from each A Cappella, making an appropriate climax for this outstanding occasion. ln the Spring Festival and .lune liaccalaureate the choir even surpassed its pre- vious high standards and gave the audience a splendid entertainment. The officers elected in the fall were: President, Robert Crandall 3 Vice-President. Lucille lklohrmang Secretary, Betty Yvashburng librarians, l,eora Chobanoff and Alice Link. Because of conflicts in schedule Lucille hlohrman was forced to give up choir and VVeldon Hopewell was elected in her place for the second semester. Fiffyeiyflf l,"iff,1'IIiIlt' haw df-.da mc. l1lood'.s .Head Stages Moon movies Lrff to riylzf-l"ir.vf role: Herbert Billililllf, Dolores Tonry, lfsther Horwitz, Charlotte Chase, George Campbell. Srfrnnl rn-zu: l'iilI'l liflljjflllllll, Joseph hleker, l'll'2llIClS hfoekler, hlr. Nvooml, Alohn Hines. Ralph Klwiglnzlii, Henry Linsky. Zwa1'lewi2wiectou14id ' l lflyiia High ean well be proud of its motion picture equipment. During this past school year two complete projectors with are lamps have been installed in the projection room. To accommodate the new equipment, the room itself has been enlarged. A two-channel amplifier has also been installed to lessen the risk of interruption in the noon movies. Picnic, mack Wintea Cafmivaf, Fwnch Cc-liege Qin! Ynfaesf Ffnsemlife Fazuwais Lefl to rigllz'-I"ir.vt rote: lllarion Barnes, Charlotte Chase, Eleanor Robson, Agnes lfay, Lola 'llonryg l,ois Sharlgey, l,aura Hanson, Almeila Klartin, Sophia Given. Isabel Bathory, llargaret Halpin, Helen l"armer. Sermlfl rote: Nancy Ulcllieltl, lllary Robson, lfmma Curtiss, lrene Post, lletty -lane Corkill, .lean Price. Doris llaney, Klargaret lleralil, lfvelyn Young, l.ucille lWohrman. bliss l,uella lfisenmami. 'l'l1ir1l rorr: Alberta VVright, laicille lacque, Ruth Klcliee, Betty' Jenson, Klary Louise Carr, lflaine johnson, Phyllis Hull, .lane lfthe, Christine Seileris. llautle Stevenson, l,ois lilclretl, Betty Usborne. Fourth ro'n': .lloe Yavxiniali, lreonarcl lllooilr, Carl llavies, liob NVilcox, liill Lersch, Robert Holmes, Robert llloss. l,ei'oi' lllootly, 'llhomas Stephens, .lames Pronesti, lfthel .lobbagyg lfleanor Holliday. L'l'fnsenible lfrancais ofhcers were elected last year at the iinal club meeting and took up their cluties at the opening of school in the autumn. A picnic was helcl in September at the Robson tarm m l,al orte anil atter sports antl games a hungry group set clown to Chile Con Carne. rolls anal orangeaile. 'llwo initiations were heltl. October initiation was heltl in the torm of a lloor show and the entertainers were the newly accepted nienibers. ln November an Amateur llour was helil by Nillajor lllowes" antl the talent that was ilisplayecl by this group was said to be amazing. Pere Noel, who causecl much excitement anil laughter by coming through the lireplace bnrclenecl with an overllowing pack, ilistributeil gifts to all present at the Uecember meeting. Owing to the examination scheilule the Alanuary meeting was not heltl. ln February the club helml a block Yvinter Carnival featuring sports helil in the lfrench and Swiss Alps. XVashington basement was converteil into an outside winter resort while Room 130 was turnecl into lfAuberge tlu llaton lierre anil became the social center ot the eveningls entertainment. A style show featuring sportswear brought awarcls to the winners. At the fllarch meeting lfvelyii Young tavoretl with a talk on Paris in particular and France in general. ln April, Simone lllichenon, an exchange stuilent at Oberlin anil resiilent ot Paris, spoke on 'lStuclent Life in Parisian llniversities." A Senior lfarewell in the lorm ot a picnic in Blat closes the year's activities. Sixfy Sixfyonf swam Paw., sauna Buy umm l i l l -Left to righf-Firrr ro-rc: Barbara Paonessa, lVIilly Strouse, Clarice Hensman, Betty Harrison, Nlaxine Garford, Nancy Haywood, lva Pollock, Emma Palagyi, Beverly l.aundon, Betty Agate. Second rote: Stella Boreski, Zelda Schramm, Eleanor Holliday, Ada lliae Ransom, Vera Smith Nlary Ruth Cochrane, Bertha Battle, Agnes Dowdell, Elizabeth Kieredith, Kliss Edwards Cfll1l'lJiSl'I',. 'l'l1ir1l rmc: Lucille Tarnowski, lfdwin Hall, Evelyn Young, Helen Farmer, Christine Sederis, Ardis Shennum, Betty Osborn, Dorothy Plas. ' l"ourfh rmc: lsadore Babich, Richard Lewellyn, Paul Hayes, Chuck Herold, George F. johnson, .lack Lord, bl. H. johnson, lfarl Pallas, NVarren Platner. "Heralds come out this morning!" "Have you an extra nickel ?" "Heres my name right on the front page of the subscription sheetsf' These are sentences which are very familiar to lf.H.S. students every other week on Thursday mornings. Home rooms seem to fill much faster on these mornings. All students who are anticipating taking Herald Staff and have completed Eng- lish VI, try out for it. Those who qualify are scheduled for Herald Staff the follow- ing semester. After spending one semester on the Herald Staff lfvelyn Young says, "I learned to be prompt, to be accurate, to be observing, to write more plainly, to be concise, and to appreciate newspaper work more. The Elyria High Herald goes through a great many processes before it arrives at its destination in the hands of the Q00 students who subscribe to each issue. The first process involves the interview and in this the material for the story is obtained. Next comes the writing of the story. All the stories are sent to the printer where they are linotyped. Then they are sent back to room IO5 on galleys, of which there are always two of each, one on yellow paper and the other onwhite. The white galleys are read with the original copy and the linotype errors correct- ed. The articles on the yellow ones are cut out and pasted on a Herald to form the dummy paper. These are all sent back to the printer and when the finished papers are returned to the school, they are distributed to the home rooms, according to the numbeif of subscribers. Thus ends the process of getting out one Elyria High Herald and each member of the Herald Staff heaves a sigh of relief. swan. swims sew nw cm Left lo riglzt-First row: Agnes Blair, Helen Schafer, Rea Clare Harris, hlary Polimene, Irene lVizorek, .lane lllrukowski. bliss Littleton, Emma Goodman, Betty Agate, lllargaret Yarga, Florence lVelton, .lean Smith, VVilma Huber. Doris Barber. Second row: George Sharkey, Dorothy Christman, lllary Ellen Buswell, ,lanice Alexander, George Johnson, -leanne lWcCray, Clarice Hensman, Nola Smith, ,lean Brillhart, Nancy Heywood, Ruby Heidrick, Bertha Smith, Bertha Battle, Helen Huttinger. Third rote: Gardiner lvhitehead, lVilda Foreman, Carol lXIcQuistion, Barbara Rogers, Rosemary Cluley, Betty Wlashburn, Leota Drusendahl, Nettydeane Greene, Ada Ransom, Virginia Easley, hfary Catherine Brand, Lillian Dowdell, Agnes Dow- dell, Richard Fey. Fourtlz row: -lohn Richards, Alex Toth, F1'ank Seres, Carl Nivus, -lohn Gorncy, Henry Hart, Robert VVissinger, Robert Layport, -lack Lord, Fred lVhitehead, Harold Barres, Robert Deutsch, Frank Humphreys. W"lVe want a Spanish Clubu has long been the chant of Spanish students at Elyria High. This year, for the first time, they have really united and worked to organize the desired club. At their request lwiss Littleton, in the capacity of adviser-to-be, appointed a com- mittee to draw up a constitution. This committee consisted of .lane Oseka, Bob lVis- singer, Agnes Dowdell, .lohn Steinbinder, Betty Agate, and Henry Hart. In February this constitution, representing hours of work on the part of the com- mittee, was read, amended, and adopted. A nominating committee was appointed. and then the first meeting of the new club was adjourned. At the lVIarch meeting George Sharkey was elected president, Bertha Smith vice- president, John Richards treasurer, and Alex Toth secretary. These new officers began their work immediately. All business was transacted in Spanish, and all conversation was held in the same language. In fact, a line was levied on speaking in English in order to prevent' the substitution of English for Spanish. The programs of these later meetings were also in Spanish, and consisted of musical solos or group singing, skits, talks, dancing and other forms of amusement. Bob Layport, Betty Agate, and Lillian Dowdell each arranged the program for one of these later meetings. The Spanish Club hopes to be of assistance to the Spanish Department in main- taining a high standard of Spanish, and desires to become one of the leading organi- zations of Elyria High School. Sixiytwo Sixtytlzree Bawduwtws E:-.tea W. R. Ll. Contest at WZAM Left to right: Bliss Baker, Ralph Hancock, Neil Haas, John Steinbinder, Evelyn Young, .loan Bauer, Irene Hollis, George Sharkey. The play, "The Londonderry Air", which was Elyria High Schoolls entry in the radio broadcasting contest sponsored by VVestern Reserve University in late April took the place of the annual all-school play this year. The participants were: Joan Bauer, George Sharkey, John Steinbinder, and Evelyn Young. They were directed by bliss Nina Baker, and aided by the sound- effect crew, Ralph Hancock and Neil Haas, and by violinist, Irene Hollis. The preliminaries were held April 23 in the TVTATVI Studios in Cleveland. Elyria's contestants were among the few called back for the finals on April 24. Elyria Highs contestants lost out in the finals, the first three places going to Ford Rhodes, Laurel, and Akron Fast schools respectively. lt is interesting to know that in the first tryouts for the broadcasting approxi- mately 100 Elyria High students turned out: seniors, juniors, sophomores, and fresh- men. Trials were held in the auditorium. Students trvinff out went on the stage be- - I Q . . 25' X, hind the curtains and spoke throu h a "m1kel' which was connected to a loud sweaker . . . F1 . . . . . I in the auditorium. ltach student instead of giving his name before his trial announced a number which had been assigned to him at a previous time. Thus the judge, bliss Baker, did not know who was on . A participant was judged on his ability to make his voice :ict his part . Then by the process of elimination the speakers were chosen. Practices were held in the auditorium approximately every night for a week prior to the contest. By using the oflice broadcasting system connection to an auditorium loudspeaker and "mike", an effective way of getting used to the "mike" was procured by the participants. After the finals, all schools competing were entertained at a dinner given at the university club by officials of the broadcasting contest. lt was here that the sad news to some, but glad news to others, was broken. 5 Squad 564441166 Wan, munibians 1.1'ft lo1'if1l1I---fl"11'.vI l'UZi'I Clwmrgc SlI2llAliL'j', lim-ly I1 Nllllllg, .-Xgncs lP11w1lcll, l.illi111 llnwmlvll. Klilton Gross. St'1'Ul11lI'UZi'I l7o1'url15 'lil1:1yn'1', lfl1nz1lwrl1 llllflljilli. Nutty Nlillcr, Nliss Srofc1'-A 1IAll1',l.Alllll1I lnlllll, XVi11if1'a-1l Klc-1'1'1l1tl1. lin-tty IJ11Hy, Roln-1't fustlv. "Kl1111irio11s" pmvm-ll to lu- Il mlmjl-cr of m'xr1':1m'1li11z11'y 111ft'I'0SI' tu tlw 111c111l1c1's ot flu' lfxtm-111po1':111c-1111s 510111411111 S1 111111. l 1- l lxlilllj talks W1-1'c givcn 1111 such pllzxscs 115: uslltllllml rl1c Profit lim' 'l12lli1'l1 Out of VV:1r?", 'AU41 lxllllllflilll NIZlliL'IAS lxwirc :1111l l'1'olm1g xv2ll'?H. "UU lxllllllflllll ixI2llit'l'S llll'llIK'llL'C l,f1litiQs?", Zlllll Illllllf 4JI'llt'l'S. 'lllw Sfllkll was su n'11g1'ossi11g tl1:1t tllc vz11'i011 llll'IlIlWl'l'S spa-nt l10lIl'S Lllllllgl l'k'Sl'2lITll wu1'k :mal 4llSk'llSSlIIQ lvk'I'X'L'llfll flu- scz1111l:1ls :mtl 111ystc1'ic'f llIlt'2llAfllCtl. Twukts Touch Keys, Sbwggle Fm Speed, Shvtyfn 111 Sixfj'fi'z'f' mm' Foafellk 4 Class "Sees" English Castle The students in lfnglish IX' hcrc pictured have hc-vu studying 'l'cnnyson's Hldylls of thc' King" llIllii'l' Hliss l"owcll's lt-adcrslmipc they 2111- shown enjoying lfng5lisl1 scenes, especially castles, as brought to them on tht- SL'I'9Cll. The slides are thc- l5I'0Dl'l'U' of the Yisual Ifdllcutiolm Section of thc State Depart- mcnt of Education and arc loaned. Klr. ff. U. Athllus is in vhzu'gc of all 1ll'l'2ll1j1Cl11l'l1fS :lt lf.H.S. for using slides. T,he9'ue just Paid Their: Penwles ' Heipms AM Deming Lunch Pwbds Lrff in riglzl-l"ir.vf ro'zc': BIZlI'g'2ll'CI Hn-rold, RIZl1'Qf2ll'Cf Taylor, Edna xxvilfkilli 2ll'fI,Zll'Cf Halpin, 1XI:1rg:1rct XVolfc, FIOITIIRK' VVCIIOII, Dorothy Ifvcgc. Svmzzfl rnfc: Ifrna Lottmzm, Ilclcn liilllllilf, ,1'IH'l'4'S2l Baker, rlihvllllil Rc'inkv1'. clyn Novak, Rfuricl l'iil'dll'l', Florence Hollingsworth, Carlton Brink, Thin! rrnv: john Sukcy, Iszulorc Bzlbich, George Todghzllu, Robc-rt Slack, Wvcldou Allbzulgh, Alvin lficdlcr, -loc Horvznth, George Pogzm, P21111 Richards, .Iolm l'i1llllkIlL'I'. flmtiats lllc-ak in 303 lb-.den mdw Witt's Dflwctions Sixfysix Sixfyrf ei 1 Bow 6gwmte Painting Pam PM P4-.sta Weak Left In rigfhl: XVill-iain Fox, VVeldon Allbaugh. ln Room 308 a small printing' press is in frequent use for the making of posters tor various sehool events sueh as plays, games, and eoneerts. Various sizes and kinds of type are availableg ink in live eolors is used. The press prints pictures also. T,mchrMEatinZheala0wn 'Rc-om306 At the teachers' cafeteria Nliss Lentv. knows what eaeh pedagogue likes best, and does she aiin to please! Life isn't rosy if R111 Fox ean't have blueberry pie, and bliss Xlurphy doesn't order soup. H111 liowdler remains t1'ue to his English upbringing for he always orders tea, while lllr. Shively likes hamburger. bliss .lones never counts calories when she eats her favorite pieg Klr. Severs will have his ieo cream. llliss Klopfenstein and bliss llink "just lovell eorn in any style. may swxe, .dc-ak som, M new M They PM E SIAI'-17111 XLR, dl MLN fil 43- 411 W 1a.xxX fff xx ffl V , E E Q E3 E ,K A E ? 2 6 ,, fwxff ,J,35fQfgs0ff ma 'WNSN ll W ,H XB-ul xxx-MJ mal lu l Heavyweight ljaiddew Won Sight, Tied 0ne, .Best Two Left io riglzt'-First fore: Hugh Cross, Bob lkflahl, Joe Scott, Gibson lkloore, Doug Gerber, ,lack Rleyer, john Talarski, john Kostyo, VVally Forbes, Bob Novak. Vince Kushinski, Harry Lauerg Sfroml row: Coach Dave Eaton, Fabian Brada, Frank Lewis, Fred Oldfield, Doug Gibbens, Ed Kranyak, Bill Rucker, Loren Portman, -lohn Steinbinder, Paul Brlas, Frank Bolinski, Coach Roy Clymerg Third row: Paul llalen- chini, jack NVarden, VVeiman NVilson, Bob Buttle, George lf. Johnson, Leo lleyer, Bill Kapcar, lVIilt Lauer, Ed Czak, john Radebaughg Fourth ro-ze: Leonard Bloody, Johnny Hines, Bob McNeal, Bob Rheineck, Kenneth Chapman, Ray Crisp, Harold King, YVayne iloviak, Ben Pfaff, Judson VVeh1nan. The heavyweight won eight out of eleven games played, tied one, and lost two. The team won all Lake Erie League games except the one with Lorain. Elyria Elyria 25 Ashland--2 I2 Lakewood-0 IS lklemorial Campbell-2 I3 Oberlin-0 0 Sandusky-27 IQ Cleveland Heights-0 6 Fremont-6 20 Ashtabula-0 1.1. Akron VVest-7 3 Lorain-6 32 Shaw-O Seventy Lightweighi Pigskin men Irion Lehi Sf'1'e'1:1'yo11e Left to riylzl-I"irrl rote: Earl lllahl, YValter Thompson, Steve VValend, Nelson Gerber, Don Hull, Capt. Gene Grahor, -lack Hiatt, .lim Donnelly, Sigmund VVazy- niak, .lack Brandt: Seroml rrm': Bill Renz, Delmar Ott, Elmer Tomasko, George Yehlber. Bud Geitgey, Rodney Long, Dave Smetzer, Boh hlarsh, Carl Brookhauser, Ray Shewell, Paul Fritzg Third ro-ze: Levada Cephas, John Sutliff, slack Bennett, Carl Gleason, Bud Christy, Fred Stilgenhauer, Leroy Kloody, Lyle Scott, Albert Goodman, Gardiner VVhitehead. Coach Ralph Bauerg Fourth ro-ze: john Nletor, Carl Bathory, Kenneth Swindling, Bob Stang, Ernest Sperry, George Dall, Doran Strouse, Ed Carr, Bill France, Harold Blake, Chuck Hupp. The lightweight football team had a very successful season, winning the Lake lfrie League championship. Out of eight games played they won live, lost one, and tied two. Iffyrirz Liyllfzcvigfllx Elyria Ligfflt-I Cancelled Amherst - 6 o North Olmstead4o o Cancelled Sandusky Reserves - 0 25 Fremont Reserves-0 6 7 Vermilion-6 27 wig his Shaw-0 Lakewoodfo Freshmen-7 Cleveland Heigh ts4o Lorain-o These Bwketem Went to State ifinafs Lfff to Viffllf-,FiI'A'f row: 1V:111y Forbes, Jack 1X1cye1', Joe Scott, 13011 Novak. 1111211 Cross. S1'1'n11rl ra-z1': A101111 Kostyo, 131-11 P11111 1321111 Fritz, 131111 c1ll1g1ll, f11L'l1 VVi11is, 5153111111111 3vv2lZyll12l1i, Coz11'11 C1y111e1'. Band Bc-ye Help Emfeiwulses La'-ff In I'iff!Ifl!'liI'Sf ro11': A11t11o11y 1i1i111cz:1k, Hob Stn-1111-, jack Ryan, A101111 KIUIKTX, '1111o111z1s Rcccsc, 1LX11lll Katz, XV111. 13z1v1a, 15011 XV1ss111g1'1', 511111 Tito, 13011 1Vi11tc'1's, 1,c011:11'11 1XIc13z111ie1s, 331111. 13c-rklcy. Syvum! ro11': 112110111 K1-11111, 13011g1:1s 13i1'c11, .12lL'1i XV:11t011, 5101111 H1051-s, 1321111 Uzlycs, A1V1ll 112111011 131l'9L'f0l' -1. 1NI:11'ti11 Beck, 13011 511111111-, 13211111 131'11111, VV111. 11C1'SC1l, Russ:-11 131'a11, 15111 11111131-1'111ott, Robert St1':11111. Third mir: ,lack C1'01v1-11, .lim 13l'0XYl1, 3372111 SC1ll'0CQ1Cl', 1':I'llCSt 11ZIy10l', 13013 Urobc, 13011 XVi1c0x, '110111' 1XIz11'si1'0, -I':11'k Spe111'e1', Tony 1i1i1111'zz1k, c3l'V1l1 SfI'0111. Sl'7'f'IIfj'f1l'0 Sl'?'l'71fj'ff1l't'll fu-a Bm ,fum ta Pfwmote High uma Left to right-First row: Harry Klein, George johnson, ,lack Hiatt, lirwin Schultz, Henry Hart. Richard Fey. Rohert Reineck, Hill Lerseh, l':llVV2lI'Cl Nano, john Klyop. Second row: Orval Strohl, Bill McClellan. Robert XYissinger, Rnssell Dean, Georgie Zenilm, Harry Kle- Leater Drznge. lfalmizui llrarlzi, Dzwicl Delnn, Victor Sutcliffe. Third row: Dan Leonard Moody. Leroy Moody. Malcolm Blellonald. Rodney Long, Robert Donald. Sehnarr. Nlallory. Don XYllli3l11S, 'lied Underhill, john Kostyo, Und Cristy. Fourth rowi llarris llndson. john Richards. Robert Yzmglni, Tlioinas Stephens. john Gurney, Harry XYoltz, lYillian1 Stark. xyllllifllll Hnltz, Rnxsell Gleason, Charles Melton. Gordon Holton. ma. 6aton's Rwuves, Sophie, juniow Aim Fm: Vawity Left to right-First row: Don Taylor, ,liin Urig, jack Hiatt, lid Kranyak, Leo Meyer, ,lndfon VvCl11I13.ll. Second row: Mr. liaton Keoaehl. john Klyop fn1gr.l, Rodney Long, Lester Drage. Bud Geitgey, Charles Croniling, Lester Nichols, Don XYllliZll1lS, llarold King, George Yehllner, Leonard Moody Qingrj. Zcack men Develop Phwiqaws Left to right-First row: jack XYarcl, Leroy llarr, lirnest Sperry. Chuck Decker, Don Hull. joe Scott, Dan Gulgin, johnny Sinith, Art llrown, Hen l,faH'. Second row: Richard Vvllfil, Earl Heath, Norman Abookire, Nick Pokey, Don Strohsaeh, Albert llehnling, lX'l2llCOl1ll McDonald, Henry Hart, Harris liurlson, George Sharkey, Coach Vzmgliii, Third row: Dick Gates, llztrolcl Staysniak, Douglas jenny, Nornmn Spzlrr, Sznn l'riee, Bill Reed, D Norinzxn Smith. Frank Sears, Harold lllake. jack Hiatt, Bill lxnelcer. f Check hawk-Ima , Qc-ings Left to right-First row: Gordon Holton. Robert Reineek, Yietor Sutclitlfe, Norman Second SlCglllZ1Il, Corbett XV:1llier, Robert Deutsch, Harold 'llzl5'lor, lirztncis Gerhartinger. row: john Price, Robert McNeal. 'lloni Stephens. Allen Selilineyeiy. Rely Yost. Leroy Hoover. Moody, Milton Cross, lfrecl Stilgenbuuer, Robert Deacon. Third row: Charles llillll Hayes, Russell Gleason, john Gorney. ,lack lihlert, Rzxynioncl Crisp, George Yehlber, Plzltner. Harold Yal1YalkenIn1rg, Jnclson XYCXIIIHII. Fourth row: ,lohn Korky, YYarren liarl liosley, joe llorvath, Robert XYileox, ,lohn Steinbinfler. 'l'eml Cebroski, Charles Mills. Robert Phelps. Sewzztyfozfl Sefvezztyfw Alumni "5 Claaskeamions Left to riglit-Firrl ro-ze: Edith Terrell, James B. Thomas, Uleo Chapman Giles, Joseph Petro, Ingrid Eggers, lllargaret E. Edwards. Second rote: Mariaii Stetson, Alice George Taylor, Robert Sandrock, Roger Rogers, Leroy Reisinger, A. ll. Robinson, Alohn Hancock, lllargaret Dalce Gull, Gladys Nichols Reese. The Elyria High School Alumni Association, under the presidency of lNIrs. Oleo Chapman Giles, is planning its fifty-seventh reunion for Friday evening, Iune I2 at S p.m. at the school auditorium. A nationally known speaker will talk on current affairs, it is expected. Dancing and refreshments will follow. Klrs. Giles is being assisted in her plans by -loseph Petro, vice-president, james H. Thomas, secretary and VVilbur Gaston, treasurer, as well as by the executive committee consisting of llliss Edith Terrell, lllr. Thomas, and Nliss llflargaret Edwards. The classes of lOl, '06, 'I 1, '16, mid Y21, ,2I, mid '26, '26, mid '31, and ,3I are staging reunion dinners in various places about town on the evening of June 12. Guests from distant cities are expected at these reunions. Of late years these class reunion dinners as well as the general alumni associ- ation meetings have been growing more and more popular. Committees often begin their preparations nine months ahead. Ten of the persons in the picture above are members of the committees sponsor- ing class dinners, the others are association officers. VVhen one realizes that Elyria High possesses an active alumni association, whereas many high schools have no organization to promote the friendships of school days, one feels a new devotion to the red and white. my! my! 14wn't We Having Fun? El. RM AWA TAYLOR may mmm Svvelltysix II .-. .1C11.Y1.F1Uf.-Jkykyiii v There are few fields where The necessi+y for progress-fho demand for new ideas, is as pronounced as in lhe producfion of School Annuals. U Here in Canlon we fake pride in nof only keeping pace. buf in sefiing fhe pace for innovaiions ond changes in fhis highly progressive field. C' When you work wilh Canlon you are hand in hand wi+h experienced people, cons+an+ly on fhe alerl fo sense 'rhe wanfs of Annual publishers, and quiclr fo change from fhe old order, and offer new and unusual ideas fo progressive eclifors. me cANroN sNGnAvnNe a. mcmorvne co., cAN1oN, omo llu lalximi. npyvw-Jllne rln- wi-:qu-zsllvfxll ivl tlu Knlltuivi l'.m:v':lxli15J :mul lull-clumsy - ffrylxlizlvvx in will 5 Xl Il I1 I l 4 I Lg l l 1 I Il ll l 'iz vi num. xx nf ii wr- su - -reiwvv-, mlm-v ns vu N '-im ln- v ii zu Editor's Note-This alphabetized list of the students does not contain the names of the ,lanuarx or blunt- grads. No rank after the address usually indicates withdrawal. Ein Memoriam MARJORIE BLOCK 324 Eleventh Street Died February 14, 1936 ROBERT F. MCNEAL 243 Cornell Avenue IJied1Uay 3, 1936 MA.. Abahazi, Betty--95 Tannery St. ......1,....,........... w Abookire, ciCOI'gC-l7OO llliddle Ave. .. Abookire, NOl'II12lIl1I62l Middle Ave. Abramoska Harvey- 16 Harvard Ave. I . 3 Abranioska, Ned-615 Dewey Ave. ......... A Ackerman, Clara-R.F.D., Elyria ......1..,, Adams, Alten--Stop QW, Lake Ave. .1.1,,. Agate, Betty-224 Gates Ave, ..,...,,.ttt.. Agate, -IZIIIICS--2l5 Princeton Ave. I ....t... 10A IIA IOA 1oA 1oA IOA 12B 1013 Albert, Helen--350 Vulcan St, ,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,, q A Alexander, 136111130 Chase St, ,,,,,,,. .,,,,. Q A Alexander, .l2llllCC-l30 Chase St, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 1A Alexander, LCOFH-130 Chase St. ,..................., 11A Almas, Grace-126 Taft Ave. .............. .,.......,,,.,, 1 oA Altfeld, Dorothy-324 Fourth St. ..,,...,,,,,..., ..,, 1 1A Altfeld, Richard-1024 Middle Ave, .,,,,,,..,.. 11A Altfeld, Shirley-324 F0111-th St. ,,,,,,.,.,.,..,,,,,..... QA Anderson, lVIZlTlOII-'-545 E. Broad Sr. ....,,..,.,, IOA Anderson, Roger-545 E. Broad St, ,,,,,,...,,, U 10A Andress, Albert-143 E. Bridge St. ............... IIB Andress, Jinnny-143 IC, Bridge St, ,,.,,,,,1,1.,,, QA Anthony, lx'IZlI'lOIl-4.48 jefferson St, ..,....,,,,.,,, W Andy, FlOI'CllCC'--4 Persons Ct, 1,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 QA Apili, Robert-110 Kenwood St, ,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,AA 10A Arcaski, FrankhR.D,, Grafton ,,,,,,...,,,,,.,,,,,,..,... 11A Arniitage, VVillia111-322 Furnace St. ............ IOB Aschenbach, JCZIII-ISS Cornell Ave. .,.......... QA Axx, Allen-143 Faii-lawn Sr, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , W H, Ig a. Babieh, David-127 VJ1-sr Sr, ,,.,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,, 1 OA Babich, lsadorefl27 VVCSI SI. ......,A., .,-,,,,----- I 2B liabich, S2lIIlll6lfl27 x'VC5t St. ................,AA....,... IIA Bach, john-607 lwidclle AVC. .....................,.,...,.- W llachtel, lVlary ixllll-R.l'i.l3. 1, lianko Rd. I IA Bagnell, lVIa1'y-138 Fourth St. .............,............. IOB Baker, Virginia-308 Vvest Ave. .....,. ...1........ I OB Baldt, Alvin-271 Columbus St. ....... ......,,,... I OA Baldauf, Helen-R.l'i.D. 2, Elyflil .................,... IOA Ballas, -le1'vel-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ........ ........... I OA Banick, Gabe'-203 VV. River St. ....,.. ,........... 9 A Hannon, Robert-614 VVeSt AV6. .. ............ I IA Banville, Toni-82 VVilliaII1 St. .......... .,,,... I oA Hara, Alilllill'--l2.l. VVoodford Ave. ...... ....... 9 A liaraski, xl0Cf22O VV. River St. ...............,,, KKKKKI.. 9 A liarbaresso, lylary--701 VV. River Sf. ............ IIA liarbknecht, Edward-217 Suinner St. ,...,.... 10A Barehard, june--223 Fourteenth St. ............... IOA H111-kaes, Fred-573 lrondale St. ,....................... IIA Barlow, Lois-247 Denison Ave. ....... .......,.... 1 OA Barnes, VV6l1dCll-IQO6 Fast Ave. .................. PG. liarnhart, IUIICZIS4, Bellefield Ave. .........,..... QA liarres, Harold-412 llliddle Ave. .................. IIA Barton, Helen-344 Seventh St. ....... ....... I OB Bates, Edgar-252 Harrison St. ............. , .... QA Bates, lVla1'ion-252 Harriston St. ......... .... . . lOl? Bathory, Carl-229 Lodi St. ................. ........... I oA Battle, Bertha-913 Foster Ave. ....... ....... I 2l3 Bauer, Gilbert-340 VVinclcles St. ......... ....,.. Q A Bauer, .Ioan-R.l7.U. 3, lflyria ........... ...... 9 A Bauer, Herschal-1377 lfast Ave. .... ....... I ol? Hayley, Dick-415 Park Ave. ................... . W Bayley, Sally--415 Park Ave. ...1..............,.1......... IOA lieauniont, EdXY2ll'Cl-l.1,7 Hamilton St. ......... lol? Sffventyeight Beavor, illargaret BI.-218 VV. Bridge St. Beck, june-596 Cleveland St. .,.,,,.................... . Becker, Harry-126 VVest St. ................,..........,. . Becker, Klarian-349 Beech St. ...,.,.. . Bedocs, Ernest-129 lNIonroe St. .,......... . Behnke, Hazel--R.F.D. 3, Elyria .....,.. .,...... Bellas, lllary--239 VV. River St. ,,,.., ......,.. . . Beller, NOFIDRII-757 VV. River St. .,........ . Benford, Alnn LOUiSC--121 Taft St. .............. . Benko, julia-I22 Bell Ave. ..............,.....,........... . Bennett, Francis-220 E. Seventh St. .... . Bennett, Jack-R.F.D. 2, Grafton ..,,........ Bennett, William-I17 Chase St. ,,,..... .,..... . Berkley, 13.116-350 Sixth St. ......,....,,. . Berndt, Lois-244 Oxford Ct. .,....,.... ........ . Berson, Harold--I I2 Park Ave. .t,,, ....... . Bieski, Carl-4.37 Louisiana Ave. ...... . Bieski, lVanda-437 Louisiana Ave. . . Bilow, AIHIH-320 Thirteenth St. ....... . Birch, Douglas-346 Dennison Ave. .....l........ . Birks, R2lyIlI0llCl-256 Boston Ave. .,,.. ...,... . Bishop, Bettye-709 E. River St. ..,.,...,. ........ . Bishop, Harry-I005 E. River St. ....... ........ . Bivin, lNIelvia-M1351 East Ave. .........,.,. . Black, Harold-34,0 Princeton Ave. ....... . Blackwell, Bessie-404 High St. ....................... . Blade, Klary .lane-319 Cambridge Ave. Blakeley, Gertrude-538 W. Second St. Blakeslee, Russell-453 VV. Tenth St. ........ . Blayney, Robert-215 VVooster St. .......... . Blinzley, Jerry-415 Adams St. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., , Bliss, FfCd3lil1Ci2I7 George St. .,,,,,.,,, ...,,,,, , Bloem, YVIIIHH-Gulf Rd. .....,.................... ...,,,, , Boals, George-281 Marseilles Ave. . . Board, VVilletta-R.F.D. 2, Elyria .,,,, ..,,,... Boddy, Donald-263 Abbe Rd. r,r,,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,.. , Bodine, Lawrence-318 Furnace St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Bohn, rAI'Cl'liC-1391 East Ave. .....,.,...... ....... . Bolash, joe-130 VVoodford Ave. .. . Bolinski, Frank-217 Howe St. ,,,,,,,, ,,..... . Bolly, Robert-129 Harvard Ave. .. ...... Bonhill, Irene-1607 Lake Ave, ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,, , Bonhill, ROBCYI-1607 Lake Ave. ........ ....... . Boreski, Jane-4.21 Thirteenth St, ....,,,,,,,,,,,., , Boron, Rosalie--183 Erie St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, . Borer, Christina-R.F.D. 4, Elyria ,.,,. .,,,..,. Born, lyfary-359 Princeton Ave. Born, xVilli3H11359 Princeton Ave. .. . Bourquin, Emma-7II Park Ave. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, A Bovington, Dorothy-738 Poplar Sf, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Bowdler, William-423 Tenth St. ,....,,,,,,,,,,,, , Boylan, JOBH-804 East Ave. ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, , Boylan, ROSCIHHTY-I45 Columbia Ave. Boyson, Frank-215 VV, River Sr, ,....,,,.,,,,,,., A Bradley, Ella-I25 Lake Ave. ,,,.........,,,,,,,,,,..,, , Brandt, Jack-418 Washington Ave. ,,,,,,,,,,, , Brandt, Wanda-290 Marseilles Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Brantley, Herbert-R.F.D, 2, Elyria ,,,,,,,,,,,, Brenner, Martha-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ......... Seventynine VV I IA VV QA I IA IoA IOA I IA I IA IOA QB IOA QA IOA QA IoA YV I IA IoA QA QA I2A IIB IOA IOA IIA QA IIA IIB QA IIB IZB IOA QA QA QA I IA QA QA I IA QA IOB w I2A IOA QB QA I IA IoA IOA QA QA IoA QA VV I 2B QB QA I oA Brickman, llflary--1535 East Ave. Bridge, BCITOII--SOI VV. Third St. ..... .. IOA QA Bridgett, Alevyn-509 VVoodland Ave. ...... IOA Briggs, Helen-220 Third Sr. .................-......--.--- IOA B1-ight, Lee-1020 West Ave. .............,,- IOA Brillhart, jean-602 Woodland Ave. ..........-- 12B Brink, Carlton-S. Prospect St- -------A---- 9A lgrlasy Mary-I W00df01'd Ave. ---Y-------------------- Bronson, Rose-23I Princeton AVC- -----.----rr--- IOA Brookhauser, Carl-II6 Fourth St. ..... . Brown Arthur-338 Fifteenth St. .................. 12B Brown, Ellis-448 W. Fifteenth St. ....... Brown Elmer-R.F.D. 2, Elyria -------------A------- 12B Brown, Ford-I42 Riverside Ct- -'-----------------'- IOA Brown, FlOI'Cl1CCilIQ Lafayette Ave. QA Brown James-2 Donnell Apts. .................-....,- IOA Bfgxvn, Pat1'iCia-I28 St. .--.---4-4--'-------------- 9A Brown, Wallnetta-122 Pine Sf- --'----'---------------- IOA Brubaker, Donald-40816 Woodland Ave. 9A Brubaker, Richard-134 HUIOII Sf- -----'--'---A-- I0 Bruce, Grace-R.F.D. I, Grafton -r.----r----.----.--- IIA Bruce, Warren-R.F.D. I, Grafton ............ IOA Brydon, Doiiglas-242 Kenyon Ave. ............... I2A Brydon, Isabelle-242 Kenyon Ave. ............... IIB Buchholz, Jeannette-624 East Ave. ............... IOA Buckley, Shirley-Spring Valley ........................ QA Buell, Mary jane-230 George St. ............... IIB Burpmdt, Richard-85 Laundon Ct. ..............- 9A Burgett, Russell-318 E. Bridge Sf- ---------r----- IOA Burke, Regina-123 Hillsdale Ct. ........r..... 9A Burnet, Betty-356 Fifth Sf. ......--',----------------'------ UA Burnett, Albert-220 Fourteenth St. ...........- IOA Bush, Anne-938 Walnut St. .............................. IOA Bush, AFI--I22 Homer St. .............................-...... W Bush, ,lack-I22 Horner St- .------,,-V,---r-----r'----,'------- 9A Busxvell, Betty--I22 Elizabeth St. ......---.r.---r-- IOA Buswell, llflary Ellen-329 Kenyon Ave. ....,. IIB Buswell, Miltoll-401 High St- ---------r----'-----"-- IOA Butkiewicz, Dorothy-I6I8 Middle Ave. IIB Buttle, Robert-420 Lorain Blvd. ................ 12B Butz, EI'llCSif--218 Sumner St. .............................. IIA Buzzard, William-Gulf Rd. ........... ......... 9 A F C - Cameron, KC1lIlCfh-217 Marseilles Ave. IOA Cammarn, Helenmarie-III Elbe St. ............ IOA Cannnarn, xviCt0I'-II I Elbe St. ........................ IOA Campbell, Liberty-526 Bond St. ....... ......... I IA Carlin, Charles-I I5 Parkview Ct. .................. IOA Carr, Robert-153 Longfellow Ave. ............... IOA Carr, Edward--II2 Bell Ave. .............................. IOA Carr, lylary LOLliSC-IS3 Longfellow Ave. IIA Carter, Francis-237 Oberlin Rd. ....,................ IOB Castle, Robert--9 Nichols Blk., 545 W. Broad St. ..................................................................... IOA Causby, H3Y0ld-315 Seventeenth St. ......... IZB Cazeau, Douglas-I36 Brandtson Ave. ......... 12B Cazeau, Elden-136 Brandtson Ave. ............... IOA Cebroski, Ted-328 W. River St. .................... . Chapman, Kenneth-24.7 Harvard Ave. Chappo, Joej2I8 W. River St. .......................... . Chesler, David-332 Lodi St. .A...........,.......A, . Chesler, Gertrude-332 Lodi St. ............ . Chobanoff, Leora-419 E. River St. ,............. . Christensen, Anker-R.D, I, Grafton Christensen, Florean-971 Foster Ave. ........ . Christian, George E.-819 East Ave. ..........i . Christie, Bud--444 W. Eighth St. ...,....,........... . Christman, Dorothy-514 Cleveland St. Christman, Phyllis J.--514 Cleveland St. Clapp, lVIelvin-121 Cleveland St. .i..........,.... . Clark, Charles-318 Cambridge Ave. .......,... . Clark, Virginia-213 Lodi St. .......,...,.... . Cluley, Charles-211 Chestnut St. r.ri..,..,... . Cluley, Rosemary-2II Chestnut St. ..... . Cobb, Robert-220 Harrison St. ....r...,...........,.. . Cochrane, Thomas--317 Cambridge Ave. Codner, Dorothy-I56 Clark St. ....,..,...... . Coen, Lucille-153 Bell Ave. ,,...,...,,,,,,...,,s..,..,,,,,, , Cole, Charles-319 Louisiana Ave. ...........s . Coleman, L3WfCIlCC18OI E. River St. ..... Cook, Earl, Jr.-425 W. Eleventh St. Cook, Fred-334 Sixteenth St. ..,.,,.,.....,....,,,,,,,, , Cook, Harry--254 Pasadena Ave. ,,,,,,............. .. Cook, Ronald-636 Clark St. ...,.,............, , Copas, Germaine-I44 Hamilton St, ,.,,,,,,,,, , Cornelius, Dale-107 Blaine St, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,...,,,., , Cornell, Richard-313 Gulf Rd. ....... . Cornell, Phyllis-313 Gulf Rd. ........ . Corts, Margaret-II9 Caroline Ave. .. Corts, Richard-119 Caroline Ave. .,,,,.,,,...,,... . Coryell, Peggy--Suite 2, Endley Blk. ..... . Coven, Wilbur-218 Eighth St. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,. , Coven, Delores--222 Glenwood St. Crandall, Norma-R.D. 3, Elyria Crawford KCHHCth-II Water St i 7 - A--------,,,-- - Crisman, Virginia-453 Earl Ct, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Crisp, JCHH-344 E. Heights Blvd. ,,,,,.......,,,,, , Crisp, Raymond-124. Dennison Ave. ........ . Crist, Wilbert-R.D. 3, Elyria ................ Cromling, Charles-345 Ninth St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. , Crooks, Betty-239 Roosevelt Ave. ...... . Crowe, jane-824 West Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Crowe, Jeane--824 West Ave, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,.,,, , Crowell, Jack-I2I2W West Ave, H ,,,,,,,, Crozier, Gilbert-837 Lake Ave. ..... . Curtis, Jack- 418 Second St, ,.,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,, , Cuson, VCTHOH-137 Huron St, ,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , Czak, Edward--R.F.D. 3, Elyria . ........ .. -D- Dahnke, Harold-110 Riverdale Ct, ,,,,,,,.,., , Daley, Dorothy-377 Columbus St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Dall, George-252 Ohio St. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, , Dall, IZUIICS-252 Ohio St, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Dallas, Hazel-60 Chestnut St, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , 12li Illi 9A IIA 9A I2B 9A IOA 9A IIA IIA 9A IOA I2B IIA 121g IIA IIB 9A IIA IIA 9A 9A 9A IOB IOA 9A IOB IOB 9A 9A IOB IoA 9A I I A IOA I oA IOA 9A lol! IoA IIB IIB IIB I2B I2B IOB IIA 9A I OB xv w I IA Daney, Alltly'-315 Beech St. ................ ........... . Danner, Betty-354 Third St. ............................. . Darvas, Cll2ll'lCSf-218 Bath St. .......................... . Daughtery, Viola-II5 Bellefield Ave. ........ . Davidson, XA7llll2l1l1-I Frank Ct. .................... . Davies, Jane-425 East Ave. ................................ . Davies, Robert-702 East Broad St. .............. . Davies, Richard-355 Eastern Hgts. Blvd. Davis, Julia-229 YVest Bridge St. ................. . Davis, Neomia-139 Bath St. ............................. . Davis, VVilliam-229 Bath St. ............................. . Davison, lllarcella-238 Harrison Ave. ...., . Daykin, Robert-24.0 East Sixth St. .............. I Dean, Robert-IO216: Cleveland St. .............. . Decker, Charles-238 Eastern Hgts. Blvd. Dellefield, Gaillard-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .....,... Dellefield, Norma-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ............ Dellfield, Victor-R.l7.D. 3, Elyria ............... DeLong. R, lllarjorie-358 Cambridge Ave. Dellarco, AAIIIIC-l2.f. Quincy St. .................... . Dehlaria, llary-1600 VVest Ave. ................. . Demos, Cl12ll'l9Si4.061f2 llliddle Ave. ........... . Demos, rllllC?lCl01'El-SQ3 Furnace St. .............. . Denies, ,loe-226 VVest River St. ......,... .. Denn, lxlildred-I 1.1. Parkview Ct. ................. . Deutsch, Dllb-34.6 Cambridge Ave. Diedereck, AICHII'-4.16 East Ave. ........... . Diedrick, Bob-R.F.D. I, LaGrange ............ Diewald, llildred-15.1. Abbey Rd. ................. . Diewald, David-154 Abbey Rd. ........ . Doane, james-360 South Nlfaple ..................... Dobrowski, Pflllllllffilslg Middle Ave. Dobrowslfi. rlll1t'I'CS2l-ISIS llliddle Ave. Doeble, Bill-IS Artemas Ct. ............................. . Doeble, Bob-I8 Artemas Ct. ............................. . Doman, Alex-552 Vulcan St. ........,............ . Dombraski. Tony-222 lllarseilles Ave. Donelly, .lLlllC1l2I Cleveland St. .................... . Doxvdell. Lillian--430 Jefferson St. .............. . Downs. Rose-190 Erie St. . ...................... , Drage, lA'Stt'l'-I37 Hamilton St. ........ . Dubena, Carl-I30 Fairlawn Ave. ................. . Dubena, -l0l'lI1--l3O Fairlawn Ave. ................ .. Dubena, XYEFZI--ISO Fairlawn Ave. .............,,. .. Dudek, HCll1'j'-342 Seventeenth St. .............. . Duffy. Betty Anne-407 Lake Ave. ....... . Duncan, Bob--3 Tattersall Ct. ...........,.. . Dunford, LC0l1Kl'd-237 Eighth St. ................. . Dunn, Mfargie-236 Second St. ......... . - E - Eager, Bud-I06I East River St. .....,.............. . Eager, BI2ll'g2l1'Ct-1061 East River St. Sasly, h7ll'giI1lHi3I6 Twelfth St. ,....'.................. . Eckenroad, I1'XVll1--610 E. Broad St. .......,... . Eckert, Edward-212 George St. .................... . Eckhardt. llildred-I53 Spruce St. .............. . Eckler, Beverly-I9 Chestnut St. ........ . 9A IOA I2B 9A IIA 9A IOA IIB IIB IIA IOA 9A IOA IOA IIB I2B IOA 9A 9A 9A 9A 9A IOA 9A w IIA IOA IOB IOB 9A 9B 9A IIA IIA IGB 9B IOA IOB I IA I IA I2B 9B IIA 9A 9A IOA IoB 9A 9A IOA I2B IIA IOB 1oB IOA IIA Eight Edwards IOB Edwards, Ch3l'lCS-1938 hliddle Ave. ..,..... . Edwards, Klarguerite-1938 Middle Ave. Paul-Stop 5, Grafton Rd. Farkas, VlIlCC12IQ VV. River St. ...... . Edwards, Vvilliam-R.D. 2, Fuller Rd., Elyria ...,,,.,.............,.,..,.............................,,........... Ehlers, Fred-R.D. 3, Elyria .........,..................,.... Ehlert, ,lack-III Longford Ave. ....... ........ . Ehlke, Billy--532 East Ave. ...................... ........ . Ehrke, LOUIS-I6I Pasadena Ave. Ehrman, Charles-137 Elbe St. ...,., . Elbert, Bob-1260 East Ave. ,...... . Eldred, Lois-R.D. 2, Elyria ,..... Elek, Frank-322 VV. River St. ............ . Elek, joe G.-322 NV. River St. ......... . Elek, joe-127 Parkview St. ............. . Elliott, Duke-4.05 Park Ave. .....,......... . Ellis, GHl'Q'134I Ninth St. ...,............................... . Ellis illarian-216 E. Heights B lvd. ,....... . Emel-iQh, 512119-1206 Middle Ave. ................, . Emery, Alfred-210 lllarseilles Ave. ........,.. . Emmons, Bob-327 Oxford Ave. ..................,..,. . Erdman, Betty-327 S. hlaple St. ...,......,......... . Erdman, Emma Lou-327 S. lllaple St. ..... . Ericson, Robert-I I5 Artemas Ct. ...,............. . Eschke, .IHIUCS-479 Huron St. ,.............,.....,,.... . Evege, Dorothy-184.8 lyliddle Ave. .............. . Everhart, Dick-622 VVoodland Ave. ........... . Eungard, -lean-Abbey Rd., Elyria ......,.....,,.,,, -F- Farkas, Helen-237 VV. River St. ................. . Farrand, Ruth-427 East Ave. ,..... .. Faulkner, John-427 Ninth St. ...,., . Fay, Agnes-156 Hamilton St. .,,,,,......,,,,..,.,,,,,. . Fazekas, Irene-II6 VV. River St. ,,........,,.,.,. . Fazekas, Olga-I I6 VV. River St. ,,,,,,..,,, , Fell, Beatrice--224 Furnace St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Fell, William-606 llliddle Ave. ....................... . Fenimore, EVCIYH-IIO Glenwood St. ........ . Feron, GCYTY-3IQ Ninth St. ....................,,.,,,,,, . Feron, Nell--321 Sixteenth St. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, , Feron, Rose-321 Sixteenth St. ...... . Ferriman, James-I I8 Cedar St. ........ . Fesler, George-231 Erie St. ............ . Fey, VVIllIam-I I5 Cascade St. ,,,,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Fiedler, Muriel-IIQ Fremont St. .,,,,,,...,,,,,,, , Figula, CSYHCC-I28 lrondale St. ......... , Figula, Julius-128 Irondale St. ,.,.,.... . Finnegan, Helen-223 Howe St. ......... . Fischer, Florence-Abbey Rd. ......,... . Fischer, Nlildred-Ahbey Rd. .,,,.,.,,,,,,,, , Fisher, Don-730 W. Broad St. ......,.. . Fisler, Ellll0I'-322 Eighth St. ,,........,,,,,,.,.,.,,,...,. . Fitch, Sayre-356 E. Bridge St, ....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I Fitzpatrick, Lillie MHC-317 Cornell A VC. Flint, Charlotte-I20 Bellefield Ave. ........... . Flint, Gerald-I2O Bellefield Ave. ........., . I' lgllf-170716 w QA QA QA I IA IOA QA IoA QA QA I IA QA QA IOB QA QB QA QA QA I 2B QA I OB QA QA IOA w I 0A IoA I IA QA IOA I IA lOR YV IOA QA IoA I IA WV QA QA IOB QA I I A QA I IB I IA QA I IB w I IB QA QA QA QA Flood, ',Fl'lO1ll2lS-2I7M2 Third St- ......----.---..'--, Y Flowers, Peggy-223 Eighth St. ......., . Fobes, Bernice-329 Ninth St. ......... . Fogel, Helen--R.F.D. 3, Elyria ..............--- Folk, Robert-1930 Middle Ave. .................... . Forbes, Lawrence-236 W. Bridge St. Foreman, Alice Marie-I24 Harvard Ave. Foreman, AIldFCW-124 Harvard Ave. Foreman, Wilda-IO4 Grant St. ............. . Forney, Dorothy-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ..,... Foss, Agnes MHC-359 High St. .....,.. . Foster, Audrey-336 Harvard Ave. .. Fowler, Betty-Spring Valley ......,,.. Fox, Bill-1344 Lake Ave. ............ . Fox, Elton-130 Clinton Ave. .,....... . Fox, Jack-II5 Highland Ct. ......,... ..,...... . Fox, Jeanette-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ............... Fox, Wilsoii-1344 Lake Ave. ,........,,,....... . Franklin, Dick-207 E. Heights Blvd. Freeland, Milton-Murray Ridge Rd. Fridenstine, David-Murray Ridge Rd Fridenstine, Robert-R.F.D. 2, Elyria Fritz, Paul-IQI8 Middle Ave. .................,........ , Fulmer, Patsy-311 E. Heights Blvd. ........... . Funk, Richard-I57 Cleveland St. ....... . - G - Gage, Harold-R.F.D. 2, Elyria .,........,... Gallam, Ruth--343 VV. Eighth St. ....... . Gallo, Helen-326 Hayes Ave. ......,,,.. . Garber, Claire-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ...... .......... Garber, James-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ........................ Garber, James-252 Hamilton Ave. ,,,. . Gardner Gardner Gardner Gardner, Maud-600 Foster Ave. ....... . Maurice-6630 Foster Ave. .............. . Paul-2 I 7 Third St. ,............,,. . Thomas--600 Foster Ave. .,,..,....,... . Garford, llfI2lXlllC-44.4 Oxford Ave. .,........,.,. . Garland, Audrey-337 Cambridge Ave. ..... . Gates, Richard-136 Charles Ct. ..........,............ . Geisel, Jason-441 Ninth St. ............................,,.. . Geitgey, Bud-402 Ninth St. ,.....................,......... . Gerber, IJ0llgl21SL2l3 Chestnut St. .............. . Gerber, Nelson--212 Seventh St. .,,................. . Gerhardinger, Myra-207 Gulf Rd. ..,........... . Gerhart, Robert-325 Lodi St. .........,,,...,.......... . Gerhartinger, Frances-R.F.D. I, Oberlin Gibbens, Virginia-216 E. Fourth St. ., Gibbons, Wilbur-QQ7 East River St. Giede, Betty-360 Furnace St. ............, , Giede, Ruth-360 Furnace St. ........... . Gilmore, lVIarian-188 Bell Ave, ,,,,,,...,,,,,,,.... . Given, FFZIIICCS--234 Columbia Ave. ,,,,,,...,,.., , Given, Sophia-234 Columbia Ave. .............. . Given, Vvilliam--234 Columbia Ave. ........... . Glasco, Anna-416 W. Thirteenth St. Gleason, Carl-21 Artemas Ct, ,,,,,,,,,......,,,.,,,,,,. . Gleason, Jane-269 Harrison St. ....... . IIA IOB 9A IIA QA IIA 9A IIA QA IOA IOA QB 12B IOA IOA QA IIA IIB IIA QA QA I IA IOA QA QA QA IOA IIB IOB IOA 12B IOB QA IOB IZB QA IIA QA IOA VV IIA IIA IIA IIB QA 12B IOA IIB IOA IOA IIA VV IOA IOB QA Gleason, Russel-269 Harrison St. ..,.,,..,........ . Glover, Richard-511 VVest Ave. .............,...... . Goetz, Clara MHC-126 E. Fourth St. ......,. . Goetz, Shirley-125 Tannery St. .................... . Golichen, Evabel-308 Lodi St, ....l.l..l...l......,...,, , Goodman, Albert-IIQ Homecite Ct. ,,,,....... . Goodspeed, Eugene-1768 East Ave. .......,... . Gorman, Thomas-IO7 Malcom Ct. .........,,... . Gorney, John-221 Fourteenth St. ................. . Gotro, Anita-R.F.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. .........., . Gottlieb, Abe-145 Garwin Ave. ....i.................. . Gaugh, Lois-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ..,,,A...,,,,. Gould, Alfred-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .......... Grabor, Eleanor-65 Chestnut St. ,,,,,,...,,,,,,,, . G1'aham, Agnes-I-35 Parkview Ct. ..............,.. . Gray, Joan--Q Phillips Ct. ,,,,,,...,,,,,....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Greenberger, VVilliam-R.D., Elyria Greene, Claraf166 Bell Ave. ..,............ . Grene, Doris--R.D., Elyria ,,,......,,,,,,,,,.,,, Greene, Richard-236 Oxford Ct. ...,.,.....,..... . Greer, Edward-158 Northrup St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,AA,,, , Greiner, Albert--142 North Maple St. ........ . Griffiths, EV311-II3 Monroe St. i......... . Groll, Rllfh-138 Pasadena Ave. .......... . Grueser, Selena-381 Furnace St. ...... . Grugel, Viola-329 Concord Ave. ...,,.. . Gulgin, 133111344 Thirteenth St. .................... . Gunder, DOH8ldYI32 School St, ...,,.,,,,.,...,..,,,,, , Gurchik, Helen-609 VV. Fifteenth S t. ..... . Guthman, Beatrice-2oQClark St, ,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , Guthman, Roland-209 Clark St. ...... . Guthman, Vivian-144 Lodi St. ......... . Guthrie, JRIHCSQI-50 Ohio St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Gutowski, JCIIIHC-215 Lodi St. ......,,.. . Gwin, Arthur-147 Cornell Ave. .. -H- Haag, Arthur--R.F.D. 3, Elyria ........... Haake, Alberta-30 Artemas Ct. .,,..., . Haake, VVillie-30 Artemas Ct. ....... . Haas, Neil-5 Frank Ct. .................. . Haas, Donald-5 Frank Ct. ....,,.,,,,.,.,, , Hass, Kenenth-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ..,..... Haglund, Rose Marie-Gulf Rd. ....... . Hahn, Evelyn-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ..... Hahn, Geraldine-148 High St. .....,.... . Hales, John--Ioo5 West Ave. ,.,,....,.,,,,, . Haliztzka, Alice-316 S. Maple St. Hall, EdYViIl+5I4 Washington Ave, ,,,,,.,,,,, , Hallup, Lillian-130 Bellefield Ave. .............. . Hammer, Katherine-Abbey Rd. ........... ,.,.... . Hammer, ElIl0I'-222 Glenwood St. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Hancock, Ellffll-209 Roosevelt Ave, ,,,.,,,,,., Q Hancock, Joe-625 W. River St. ,..,,,,..,,......... . Hancock, Ralph-429 Earl Ct, ,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Handrosh, Barbara-R.F.D. I, Grafton Haney Dolores 2 First Place r "4 7 - ......---........... . Haney, Doris-139 Brandston Ave. ,. 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St. ......---,,--ff,------- - Haza, lylalvina-I2O VV. RiVCl' Sf. -....----.-,----, - Hawthorne, Horace-228 Harrison St. Hawthorne, Walker-228 Harrison St. Hayes, lwarcella-417 VV. Fourteenth St. Hayes, Paul--226 Hal'Va1'd AVC. .............. . Heard, EllgCllC13l9 East Ave. ................--.-,..... V Hearne, Williani-553 Ohio St. ........ . Heath, Eilfl-227 Chestnut St. ...... , Heath, Harvey-160 Spruce St. ........ . Helli, Steve-209 W. River St. ................-......... - Heidrich, Merle-326 Cambridge Ave. Heidrich, Ruby-326 Cambridge Aye. ........ . Heinsath, 182111-514 llliddle Ave. ,..,...... . Held, Richard-I22 Quincy St. ,,........ . Helling, Ramon-339 VVinckles St. ............... .. Helmling, John--R.F.l3. I, Elyria .................. Helyes, lVIagdalene-165 lrondale St. ........ . Helyes, Rose-I65 lrondale St. .......................... . Hendricks, I40LllSC--442 YV. Tenth St. ........ . Henry, Harold-144 Longfellow Ave. ........ . Hensman, Clarice-327 High St. ................ . Hensman, Don-327 High St. .............. . Herald, Charles-Gulf Rd. ......................... . Heritage, jack-353 Columbus St. ....... . Hewitt, Gertrude-324 E. Bridge St. ........... . Hewitt, Helen-324 E. Bridge St. ................. . Heywood, Nancy-3oQ E. Broad St. ....... . Hiatt, Jack-3I8Vz Sixth St. ....,.,.....,,,....... . Higgins, Christine-R.F.D. 2, Lorain Higgins, Eleanor-5II Bond St. ......... ......... . Highgate, Eleanor-623 East Ave. ,,,,,.. . Highgate, Katherine-623 East Ave. .. Hight. Lillian--409 Fremont St. ......,,...,, , Hill, David-408 VVashington Ave. ..., , Hills, Leslie G.-312 Clare St. .....,..... . Hines, JHUC-I I6 Wilrst Ct. .........,.,,,,.. . Hines, John-II6 WllI'Sf Ct. ..........,............ . Hines, Josephine-353 Columbia Ave. Hinkle, -Tosephine-120 Kenwood St. ......,.... . Hobill, Bill-426 Oxford Ave. .,,,............,,,....... . Hodierne, 5163111161337 Oxford Aye. ...,... . Hogan, Dale-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ...... QA I IA IoA QA QB QA QA I I B QA I 2B QA w QA I IA I IA QA I IA QA IoA QA QA I 2B I 2B QA I IA IOB XV QA I 2B QA QA QA IOA IIA 1oA IIA IOA IZB IIA IIA IIB QA QA 12B 12B IOA IOA IOB QA QA QA QA Q A IoA QA IOB IoA IOB I IB Eightytfwo Hogan, Yvayne-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .,...,..... Holliday, Dorothy-222 E. Ninth St. ...A,..... . Hollingsworth, FlO1'CIlCCi7I5 Bond St. Hollup, Lillian-130 Bellefield Ave. .,............ . Holmes, lfarian-4345 Earl Ct. ..,................. . Holmes Robert- W Earl Ct . 434 - .-----'--.A------A-- - Holton, c30I'Cl0ll1335 Eastern Hgts. Blvd. Holtz, Elizabeth-II6 Beverly Ct. .,........ . Holtz, El'llCSt-II6 Beverly Ct. .........,.. ...... . Holtzman. Leona-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .. Homoki, R056-IIS Blake St. ...,..i........... ...... . Homoki, Bill-IIS Blake St. ......................... . Hoogenboom, Olive-130 Quincy St. .........,. . Hoover, Charles--359 Gulf Rd. ....................... , Hopewell, Hunter-323 Seventeenth St. Hopewell, VVeldon-323 Seventeenth St. Homkins Richard RF.D 2 Elyria l I 1 - ' I . ------"'---" ' Hopkins, Robert-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ..........,.... Hornyak, Elizabeth-R.F.D. 3, Elyria Horwitz, Esther-129 Grant St. ..................., . Howenstine, Roberta-816 Park Ave. .....,.. , Hozath, Rose-327 Fourth St. ................. . Hrivnak, Helen-365 Bond St. .............. , .... .. Huber, VVilma-572 Cleveland St. ...,,....,....... . Hucknell, Richard-333 Columbia Ave. Hudson, Harris-346 Columbia Ave. .... . Hull, Phyllis-317 Oxford Ave. ...i...,............... . Hulse, KCHIlCth17I5 E. River St. ................. . Hultz, VVilliam-226 Dennison ................,.......... Humphrey, Bill-105 VV. Bridge St. ....... . Husted, Lucille-511 VVest St. ,i,,,.,.,.,..,. ....., , Hutt, Arthur-218 E. Ninth St. ......,.,.. . Hyer, Betty-782 W. River St, ,,,,,,. ,,,,,, , .. 1 - Ickes, Phyllis--602 Lodi St. ,,,,,,.......,,,,.,,,, , Ingram, Helen-S. Prospect St. ,,,,,...i,,.,..,,....,,,,. . Irvin, Gwendolynn-Q17 Garford Ave. Ives, Lewis-318 Summer St. ..,,.......,......,.,,....., ,, ... J 1. Jackson, Harold-706 W. River St. ....... . Jackson, Nlaxine-R.D. I, Grafton Jacob, Lena-295 W. River St. .....,... ...,.. . Jacoby, Betty-316 Furnace St, ,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Jacque, LllClllC-I2I Princeton Ave. ......, . Janawicz, Edward-425 VV. Fifteenth St. Janawicz, John-425 Fifteenth St. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Janusz. Frank-1326 W. River St. ....,............ . Jenkins, Dorothy-212 Fourth St, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, , Jenkins, Julia LCC-III Hazel St. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, , Jenkins, Lucious-III Hazel St. ......,,,. , Jenkins, W2ltCf1I3Il East Ave. Jenney, Douglas-153 Oak St. ......,.. . Jenney, LCOta-153 Oak St. ,,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,, , Jennings, Barbara-I4II Middle Ave. ........ . Jensen, Harold-129 Gulf Rd. ,,,,,,..,,,,,,, .,,,,, , Jenson, Betty-33 West Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, , Johns, EdWin4R.D., Oberlin Rd. ......,......... .. Johnson, Alan Lee-R,D,, Gulf Rd, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , Ezghtythree IIA IOA IIB IIB QA IIA IIA IIB IOB W QA 10B IOB IOA IIB IZB QA IOA IOA IOA QA W IoB IIA YV IIB IIA QA IIA QA IOA XV IOA IOA QA IOA QA IoB 12B QA IIA 12B IOA QA QA IOA IOA Illi QA IIB IIB IOIA IOB IIA QA IOA Johnson Johnson , Alexander-418 VV. Thirteenth St. Charles--421 Adams St. .................-.- - Johnson: Clare E.-221 Ohio St. ......-------.-------.- - Johnson, Donald--42 I Adams St. ...-..- ------A - Johnson, Dorothy-332 F0111'th Sf- -"-----A------'- - Johnson, George E.-716 Park Ave. ...--------.-- - Johnson, Harry-418 VV. Thirteenth St. Johnson, John B.-22I Ohio St. .....,,,......,....,... . Johnson, Rosemary-349 Seventeenth St. Johnson, WHYHC-835 YV. Broad St. ........... . J ones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones Dick-548 Lodi St. .........................--...---..--- - Georgina-IOI7 Lake AVC. ......-------.---.-- - Mary Frances-1861 Middle Ave. Max-400 Louisiana Ave. .................... . Ernest-400 L0ulSlal12l Ave. ........-. Tom-R.D., Elyria ...............-..... -,------ Jovialt, Alice-205 Cornell Ave. ..... ....... . Joviak, Wayiie-205 Cornell Ave. .. .. Joy, Edna-R.D. 2, Elyria ..........--... -- Justin, Ed-245 Bath Sf. .......--.-.- ------- - ..K.. Kaatz, Herbert--231 Harwood St. .......--..--.-.- - Kaczmarek, Stanley-512 VV. Twelfth St. Kaiser, Betty-3 Frank Ct. ...............................---- - Kaiser Dorothy-430 Lodi St. ....................,,.... . Kaiser, Mary-250 Eighth St. ...............---..------ - Kaiser Robert-263 Harwood Ave. .,............ . Kaiser, Rose Marie-412 Jefferson St. ........ . Kajdan, Joseph-II4 Hazel St. ....................... . Kalmar, Helen-226 W. River St. ................. . Kamenik, Thomas-R.D. 3 ...................................- Kaminski, Hattie-626 W. Fifteenth St. Kanio, Allll2li428 Fifteenth St. .,,,,,..,........ . Kanio, Charles-428 Fifteenth St. ....... ,. Kanio, John-428 Fifteenth St. ........... ....... . Kantoski, Henry-R.D. I, Grafton ....,.... Kapcar, William-129 Elbe St. ............. ........ . Kasik, Mildred-R.D. 2, Elyria ...... .-...... Kasubimski, Zig-1610 West Ave. ................. . Katz, Allen-641 W. River St. ..........,............... . Kauffman, Betty-516 W. River St. .............. . Kauffman, Hazel-604 Lake Ave. .................... . Kavalecz, lda-24.8 W. River St. ........ ....... . Kaylor, William-212 Foster Ave. .... ....... . Kazlow, Betty--619 East Ave. . ..,..,... ..... . .. Keatings, Donald-I87 Beebe Ct. ....,.. .. Kegyes, Helen-223 W. River St. ,...... ........ . Keisler, William-144 Cornell Ave. . ...... .. Keith, Maude--428 Huron St. .......... ........ . Kelley, Betty-R.D. 3 ..................................... ......... Kelley, JEIHICS-613 E. River St. ....................... . Kelley, William-6I3 E. River St. .......... . Kelling, Ruth-II4I West Ave. ....,,..., ........ . Kelly, Kelly, Kelly, Kelly, Kemp, Dorothy-509 E. River S. ....... Jack-500 Park Ave. ............... ....... . Thomas-500 Park Ave ..............,.....,.,.... Thelma-435 VV. Eighth St. ................. . H3T0ld-25 Artemas Ct. ........... ....... . Kent, Lawrence-234 Boston Ave. .... ....... . IoA IOA IIA IOA QA 12B QA 12B IIA IIA IOA IoA QA IIA IIA xv IIA IOA 12B IOA IIB IOA IIA IIB QA QA IOA QA QA QA QA xv IoB I2B IIA IOB IOA QB IIB IOA IOA QA IIA IIB IOB W QA IoB IOA IIB 12B IOA w QA IIB I OA I oA QA Kershaw, Betty-Hale Blk., Second St. Kessler, Evelyn-1710 Middle Ave. ....... . Kessler, Th0fHt0I11I7IO Middle Ave. .. Ketchum, AgIlCS1I 154 E. River St. ...,.,. . Kieffer, Evelyn-154 Brandston Ave. ,.,. . Kieffer, Lois-154 Brandston Ave. ..... . Kilgore, Florence-121 Lewis Ct. ...,,...,........... . KiIIder, John-Q86 VV. River St. ..,,,....,,,,... . King, H21I'0ld-1.1.17 Longfellow Ave. ........... . King, Julia-579 Tinner St. .,,,,,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. . Kinney, Anabel-215 Harwood St. ................. . Kipf, Caryl--411 Tenth St. ...,............................... . Kirk, Alice--R.D. 2, Elyria ..,.............,,..,,......,..,... . Klimczak, Anthony-136 Huron St. ....... . Klimczak, Stanleye-136 Huron St. .,,,.,........ . KliI1ect, Alice-ISO Longfellow Ave. ,,,,,,,,,,, , Klyop, John EI'IlCSt--520 W. Fifteenth Klyop, Margaret-520 W. Fifteenth St. Klyop, M3fth8120O E. Fifteenh St, ..,.....,.. . Knerien, David-126 Parkview Ct. ........ Knerien, Harvey-126 Parkview Ct. ,,,,..,.... . Knepper, Thurlow-382 Columbus St. .. Koepp, GCOTgC-439 Tenth St. ........,,............,,,, , Kogmits, Kornelia-229 Beech St, ,,,,,,,,, .,,,,, , Kolarik, Mildred-317 Bell Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I Kolopus, Maryhelen-340 Foster Ave. .. Konsesky, D0fOtlly'-227 Wolf Ct, ,,,,,,,,,,, Koplin, NHIICQV-825 X'Vest Ave, .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,s,,, , Koppenhafer Adil-22 E. Fourth St ...,.,... , 7 - Korpa, John-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,,,,,,.r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kosiorek, Albert-R.D. I, Elyria ,r.r. rr.. f ffffff Koske, Eugene-335 Lodi St., ,,sss,,,,,,,,, Kostyo, HClCH-142 Irondale St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Kostyo, JOl1I116O2 VV. Fifteenth St. ...... . Kowaleski, GCOI'gCHl'lI13--IIS Kipling St Kowalski HClCI1-I7lO VVest Ave. .......,, , Kranyak, Ed-I I5 Longfellow Ave, ,...,,s,,,,,,, , Krapp, Jayne-Nichols Bldg. .,,,,,,.,s,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Krapp, Margaret Allllfiil Nichols Bldg. Krebs, Martha-R.D. 2. Elyria ............,..,,,,,,,,,,,, KI'iStOff, -l0C+885 VV. River St, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,A , Kristoff, John-885 W. River St. ,................... . Kritzell, Wilson-141 Princeton Ave. .. Krucinski, W3lfCl'l425 VV. Fourteenth St. Krugman, AfIlOld1I45 Roosevelt Ave. ..... . Krugman, D011-145 Roosevelt Ave. ....... . Krugman Earl-51 Woodland Ave , 9 . ........... . Krugniari, I43XVI'CllCC--I27 Riverdale Ct. Krugman, Ralph-5 IQ Woodland Ave. ..... . IqI'llgI11ZiI1,12lltl'l-145 Roosevelt Ave. .,,,,,,,,,, , Krupka, Arthur Adolph-348 Ninth St. Kubuski, A HCS-III Riverdale Ct, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. , g . Kucharek, IAICIZFI-II2 School St, .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Kucharek, John EdXV3fdLI I2 School St. Kushinski, Helen-425 VV. Fourteenth St. Kushinski, HClCI1-420 Kenyon Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,.... l ...L- Lahiff, William T.-81216 lVest Ave. ..... . IIA QA NV IoA IIB 12B ICA QA IOA IIA IIA IIA QA IIA IOB IIA IIB IOB QA QA IIB XV IIB QA IoA IIB IIA QA IOIA IoA IOXX 9A QA QA Illi I I IO IIA Illi QA IZB IOB IIB IOA IIA IoA 12B IZA IOfh 12A IOA QA QA QA QJA Lander, john-1139 East River St. ................. . Lapp, Albert-134. VVarren Ave. ...,........ ...... . Lappin, Delbert-R.D. 2 ...-.-----,-----w,-,-------ff- - Larizza, 'Tony-315 Elgliteellth St- -------------- - Lauer, hflilton-R.F.D., Elyria .......--,,.-.--.-- Laundon, Beverly-A221 E. Sixth St. ..........,... . Lecurg, Ruth JCEUIIIC--327 Seventh St. .... .. Ledyard, Cliff-242 Howe St. ......-.........--...---r4--- - Ledyard, Dorothy-1280 Qllillfy' ----, ---,-- Lee, Esther Edith-210 Bath SI. ......- ----- - Lee, Qrion-221 Howe St. ........-.,,.----4-- W -'---------- Lee, Vera hlae-221 Howe Sf- -.,,,----------A---------- - Lehman, HeleII Dorothy--.105 Louisiana Ave, ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.................... .....,.---------.--fA---------- - Leifer, Phillip-1110 East Ave. .............---- - Leiman, Frances--212 Clark Sf- -----4W- ,--------- - Lengel, Elsie-251 VVCSI RiVCr ......---,--,-- W Lenny, Vvillialli-438 AdZlIUS ST. ......---...V.-.---- - Leonard, Doris-R.D., G1'2lff01l Rd- ------'-,,- - Leppieu, xrTl0lEf13IO lxlflplt' Sf. .,.... ------ - Lersch, Boynton-231 Columbus St. .,.,.... . Leseher, VVillianI-S37 East AVC. ........-....--..--- V Lewis, Francis-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .....---------4.----- Lewis, Loretta lVIae-R.D. 3. Elyria ,,,,,,.,, Lilley, Darlene May--1418 East Ave. ..,..... . Lindon, Albert-R.D. 3, Elyria ....-,------------------ Lingenfelter, Dorothy CiCI1C--IS4 Oak St. Link, Alice May-312 VVest Ave. .,.................- . Linsky, Alice Sophia Anne-433 YV. River Street ...........,.................................................. 3 .....---.....- Llewellyn, Richard-279 Sixteenth St. ........ . Lohret, Betty--333 Fifth St. .......,........................ . Long, Rodney-608 Park AVC. ........................-. . Lord, Wllllalll--210 N. Olive St. ......... ....., . Lottman, Edna-164.1 East AVC. ....................... . Loule, Louis-R.D. 3, Elyria ............................., Lounsbrough, Ada Belle-322 Prospect St. Lowery, Bernard--307 Columbus St. ........... . Loyd, AIIIIC-I2IQ Lake Ave. .............. .............. . Lugas, Margaret-ISIS hliddle Aw. ........... . Lutz, Una B436--532 'Fudner St. ...... . Lyman, Marian--509 Dewey St. ....... ...... . Lyon, Jack-706 hfliddle Ave. ...... ..... . Lyon, Joanne-706 Middle Ave. ....................... . Lysaght, ,lack-515 Cleveland St. .................... . Lysaght, Richard--513 Cleveland St. .,.,,...... , - Ric - lXfIeCallister, Donald-406 VVoodlaIId Ave. lVIeClellan, Bill'-25.1. VVooster St. ..............,.r . lXClcCray, Jeanne-903 Vvest AVC. ................. . lXf'IcCullen, R3j'1I1OIld'-308 Spruce St. ....... .. NIcCully, Harrietta-229 Fourth St. ........... . hIcDaniels, Erma-R.F.D. 2, Elyria .,......,... lNIcDonald, Harry-325 Cor1Iell Ave. .,.,.... . lNIcDonald, hffalcom-327 Cambridge Ave. lWcDonnell, A1111-236 Second St. ................. . lNfIeDonnell, Tom-236 Second St. ................. . lNIcGregor, JHIIICS-513 East River St. ..... . IOA QB IOA Q IIA IIB IOA lllg QA IOA 12A I oA QB II QA QA QB IOA IOA 12B IOA IOA IIA IOA IIB 1oA I IA I oB I I QA IOA IoA QA 9 I IA IOA QA I 1 B QA QA QA IOA IIB IIA IIA IOA QA 12B IIA IIA IIA QA Eightyfour QA McGuire, Claire-4.00 Kenyon Ave. lVIcGuire, -lack-400 Kenyon Ave. ................. . McKee, 568111222 VVashington Ave. ........... . McKee, Rlltll--119 Dennison Ave. ................. . lllclienzie, ibI3l'g3I'Cf--I I8 Homer St. ........ . McKitrick, Howard-316 Prospect St. ..... . lNIeLaughlin, Btfflliff-115 Fairlawn Ave. llIcLean, Gloria-341 East River St. ...,....... . MCLCHII, Theo Elizabeth-34.1 E. River St. Mclklillen, Voris-I73 Beebe Ct. ..,..,...,......,... . McMullen, 19011-4.16 Third St. ,,..,..,..,.....,.,. . lVIcQuistion, CHf0l1ll4 Artemas Ct. ........ . lWcQuistion, Lois JCZUIIIC-l I4 Artemas Ct lIIcRoberts, Dean-R.F.U. I, Oberlin ,,,.,,... lVIcRoberts, lVanda-213 Glenwood St. ..... . QM.. lX'IacDoIIald, Robert-233 Harwood St. ..,.. . MacDoIx'ell, Betty-209 Cascade St. ..,.,,..... . llflack, Kenneth-I84O llliddle Ave. ....,,,,,,.... . Mack, Nathaniel--432 VV. Fifteenth St. Magyar, Elizabeth-34.156 VW. River St. blahl, B0b-437 E. Broad St. .........,.. ........... . Nlahl. Bob-4.37 E. Broad St. ...,..,.,..,,..... ...... . blaiden, Victor-148 Clinton Ave. ...........,..... . Makruski, Cl211'21-IQO Cleveland St. .....,...,. . Nlalanowski, Leonard-359 Thirteenth St. lVIalenchini, Paul-236 Hamilton Ave. ..... , Malick, Allllfl-I64 VVoodbury St. ..............,.. . blalick, Rose-164 VVoodbury St. ...... ,,.,.. . Malok, lvlilce-AII4, lrondale St. ,......,,.. .,,,,, , llflalik, Stanley-154 Vvoodford Ave. ,,,.,...... . Mallory, Bob-520 lliddle Ave. ,,,,,,..... .,..... . Malterer, .l'0l'lIl1I58 Bell Ave. .,.,.,.................... . Markel, Robert K.-Q11 lllidclle Ave. .,,,.... . Marlett, VValter-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .,,...,......., Marsh, Bob XV.-IOO Longford Ave. ,.......... . lllarsh, Nlargaret Eleanor-4.60 XV. Eighth Street ..............,,.,......,,..,,,.,......,....,,,,,,,....,,,,....,,,,.......,,,. Alarsh, R0bCI't1I34. Charles Ct, ,,,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,, . lVIarsico, Nick-320 East River St. ,,,,,,,......,,,, . lllarsico Tonv 20 Ea't River St , 5-3 ' I . ,,,,.,,,,,,,.. . lwartin, Almeda Francis-338 Princeton Avenue ......................,.........,....,...,...i,i,........,,.,,...,.,,,,,,,, lwartin, George LOlliS-321 Lodi St. ..,,,,,,,,, , lVIartin, Howard-362 VVest River St. ...,.... . llflaslyk, Carolyn-24.7 Fairlawn Ave. ....,... . Mason, Beulah-377 Columbus St. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, , Mason, XVHTTCII-377 Columbus St, ,.i..,,,,,,,,, , lvfeecha, Elmer--I22 Northrup St, .,i,.i,,,,,,,,,,, , Meeeha, VlIlCCI1t-I22 Northrup ,.iiii,,,i..,.,,,,,,, llieeks, .AUD--701 East Ave. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , S Meeks Anna Esther- 26 VV. Thirteenth 1 4 - Meker, Joe-2Io VVest River St .,,..i,,,..,..,,,,,,, bleldrum, Andrew-233 Bath St. ........ ...,,, , Meldrum, RCbCCC3-233 Bath St. ,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,, A Melton, Charles-IQ6 Clark St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,, , Meredith, IJHXVTCIICC-228 Third St, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Ezghtyfve I IA QA IOA I IA Qfxl, QB QA I I 10.5 I OA QA I IA IOA I OA QA IIA IOA IOILX I2A I IA IOA IoA IOB IOA IOA QA 12B IOB I IB IOA IOA IZR IOB IOA IOA QA I IA IOA QB IOB QA QA IOA I IOA IIB IIA IIA IIA llileredith, llfleredith, lllergard, Nlerrialn, Robert-228 Third St. .................... . VVinifred-310 East River St. Clara--I I 3 Parkview Ct. .............. . Audrey-268 Marseilles Ave. lXIertz,lNIarion-R.D. 3, Elyria .................... Mertz, Virginia-918 East Ave. ................ . Mesehke, Floyd-208 Longford Ave. ........... . Messaras, Marian--140 Irondale Ct. ,,.,..., . llffetera, .lOl'lll--1606 VVest Ave. .,......... ...... . . Meyer, Harriett-409 Park Ave. . ...... ...... . . lvleyer, Leo-2IO Columbus St. .............,,......,. . llfliadock, Rllth--412 Bond St. ......................... .. Nlichalski, Stella-416 VV. Fifteenth St. lwihiloa, Anna-R.D. 2, Elyria ................,.......... Kliko, Alex--217 W. River St. ..,.................I..... . Nliller, Arthur,-P.O. Box 148, Elyria llliller, Dorothy--R.D. I, Elyria ........,............ Nliller, NHIICY-14,6 Harrison St. .................... . Miller, Betty jane-R.D. 2, Elyria .,................ llliller, Robert-318 E. Heights Blvd. .. NIills,- Charles-521 Fifth St. .,........................... . Mills, Kenneth-144 Brandtson Ave. .... . lllills, Robert-503 East Broad St. ,..,...... . Niinch, RHy'124l Harwood St. .......,..,............ . lklinch, Robert-124 Cornell Ave. ................. . lklinnich, lllinnich, llischka, lllischka, llflischka, Nlitchell, lvlitchell, lVIitchell, Nlitchell, iVIitchell Richard-4.17 W. Twelfth St. Doris-R.D. 2, Elyria .......,..,............. Josephine-232 Harrison St. ........ . F l0yd12O8 Longford Ave. .,......... . Kathryn-232 Harrison St. .......,... . Donald-331 W. River St. ........... . Blames-522 W. Twelfth St. ......,. . Betsy Lou-315 VV. Ninth St. Josephine-522 W. Twelfth St. lvladalynne-315 W. Ninth St. Mimef, 'wiiiiam-540 vuiean sf. ................. . lvlittler, Kalman-574 Turner St. ,,,.,,........... . llflittler, IYIIIR-574 Turner St. .,,.,,........,........ . llloclzler, Thomas-Stop 35, Oberlin Rd. lVIcelIl, Betty-240 E. Eighth St. ............,,...... . Mohrxiiari, Virginia-361 Columbus St. lwolterer, John A.-159 Bell Ave. ....,........,.,. . Moiiroe, Jack-239 Cornell Ave. .,,.,....,.,........... . lvloody, Leonard--921 Park Ave. .. .,... Moody, Leroy-Q21 Park Ave. ..........,... ....... . Moori, Oliver-R.D. I, Abbe Rd. ,,,,.........,... . lvfoore, Fl0I'CIlCC1I52 Cornell Ave. ..,......,,,,, . Moore, William-III Mechanic St. ........... . Morse, Lloyd--124 Meiidal Ct. ,,,,,..,.,....,....,,,, , lvfoses, ,l0l'lIl1l38 E. Fourth St. .......... ...,,,.. . Moss, BCfty13IQ Princeton Ave. .. ..... Moss, Neil-319 Princeton Ave. ,,,,,,..........,.,. . Moss, Robert-319 Princeton Ave. ,,..,.......,,,,. , Mossbarger, IHUICS-IO4 Princeton Ave. Mottola, Frank-120 Chase St. ,...,......,.,........,.., . Mowry, John-113 Charles Ct. ,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,... , Muravvrski, Edward-313 S. Maple St. ........ . Murbach, John-129 Brandtson Ave. ,,.,,...... . MIIrray, GOfdOH-313 High St, ,.,,,....,,,,,,,,,,.,,, , I OA I OA QA w I OA QA QA QA Q QA IIA IOA IOA IOB IIA IOA IOA IIA IIA 9A I oA QA QA 9A I IA 1 I A QA QA I OA 9 IOA QB QA IOB IOA IIA IOA IOA IOB IIA IIA IOA IIB QA IOA IZB QA VV IOA QA QA IOQAX IIA QA IOB Murray, JOSH-434 W. Sixth St. .................... . Myers, Donna Ruth-108 Kaiser Ct. ..,........ . Myers, Ed-R.D. 3, West River Rd. ........... . Myers, Ruth-849 Bond St, ,,,,,,,.,..,...,,,.,.....,...... . -N.. Nagy, ATCX-541 lrondale Ct. ,,,,,,..,,,,,,, ,, N Hay, N Rey, N agy Nagy Y Rose-I I9 East Ave. ,,.,,................,..........,.. . Nagyi Steve-I IQ East Ave, ..,,,.........,...,,ww,, , Nasip ak, AHHC1I24O Prospect St. ..,...... . Naughton, Helen-R.D. 3, Elyria ..,......,.... Nell, Lois ADII--436 W. Tenth St. ..... . Nevins, LOIS-323 North St. ,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Newberger, Betty-140 Abbe Rd. ,,,,,,,,,,, , Newe ll, ROSS-248 Stanford Ave. ,...,......,......., . Charles-541 Irondale Ct, ,,,,,,.,,..... Charles-534 Vulcan St. ,.................,,...,.. . Margaret-II7 West River St. .,....,. . Nicholas, Bernice-241 Cornell Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Nicholas, Leslie-241 Cornell Ave. .,..,,.... . Nichols, DOUgl3S-1815 East Ave. s..,.....lcrcr.,. . Nivus,.Carl-317 Eastern Heights Blvd Nicholi, ATICC-II9 Erie St. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,t,,.r,,, , Niegowski, Walter-1810 West Ave. ,... . Niemeyer, Ruth-I33 Harvard Ave. Nock, Natalie-207 Dennison Ave. .....,..,. . Noonan, Virginia-334 Tenth St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Norman, Fred-I I I East Fourth St. ,..,... . Norman, LLlClCI1136Q Furnace St. .......... , Norris Lester-R.D. I El ria I , y ........-.,,, ......... Noster, BCH-318 W. Fifteenth St. ..,,.,...,,.,,.,, . Novak, Charles-409 Oxford St, ,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , T lNovak, Evelyn-6II Dewey Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Noveski, Walter-1536 East Ave, ,,,.iY,,,,i,, . Nuhn, Henry-R.D. I, LaGrange, O. .. Nye, Virginia-283 VVashington Ave. .... . -Q- Obringer, Bernadine-145 Clark St, ,,,,,,A,,.. . Obringer, R0bCff-I45 Clarke St. .,..,.,,..... . O'Donnell, Bernice-402 Middle Ave. ,, O'Donnell, Rosemary--402 Middle Ave. Oebker, Virginia-221 Pasadena Ave. ........ . Olah, julia-332 W. River St. ,,,,,,,,,,,, M Oldfield, Betty-R.D. 3, Elyria ...ii,..., Oldfield, Nancy-439 Kenyon St, ,,,,,,,,,ttAtAt,,,,, , Olsen, William-Gulf Farms, Elyria ..... Olson, Annie Lou-E. Sixth St, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Q Olidyfke, Fern-346 Bonair Ave. ,A,t,A,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Oriti, Edna-244 Columbus St, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,t, , Orosz, Mary-616 W. Fifteenth St. ..,.,.. . Osborn, Betty-R.D. 2, Elyria ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,, Ostrov,- Ruth-308 E. Heights Blvd. .... . Ott, Dllmar-III Chase St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Overdeer, NTCYIIC'-631 Middle Ave. ..,,,,. . Oviatt, Ruth-227 E. Heights Blvd, ....... . Ozminski, Adelia-330 Prospect St. ,,,lll,,,,,,,, , -P.. Page, Agnes-R.D, 3 ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,l,,, IOA IOA IOA IOA QA 9A W QA QA IOA IIA IOA VV IOA QA IOB IOA IIA IOA IIA IoA IIA IIA I2l3 IOA IIA QA IIA YV IOA IIA IIA QA IIA IOB IIA IOA I IB I IA QB IOA QA Ioll QA I2l3 Q13 IO.A IOIA l0,A IOA QA Pahl, Frederick-24.1 Oxford Ct. .................... . Palagyi, Emma-334 West River St. ........... . IIA 12B Palicka, Victor-231 Woodford Ave. .....,...... QA Palik, -l'0l'1Il-hI27 Mendel Ct. .............................. IOA Palinkus, Mary-22Q Columbia Ave. ............ w Palmer, Elaine-Q10 Lake Ave. ............. W Palmer, Lois-Q10 Lake Ave. .,............ IOA Paonessa, Barbara-329 Tenth St. ...,,,..,......... IIA Papp, Margaret-348 Vulcan St. ..,.,................ W Pasenow, MZFTZIIQSIO VV. Tenth St. ............ 9A Patterson, Ruth-IOOQ East River St. IIA Patton, Gertrude-33I Third St. ..................... IIA Pawlikowsky, K3thCYll1C-124 Garwin Ave. IOA Pawlikowski, Mike-I24 Garsvin Ave. ..... . Peabody, Beatrice-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ............... 12B Peabody, Dorothy-R.F.D. 2, Elyria .. Peebles, Ronald--406 West Ave. ............ IIA Peinberthy, Margie-25016 Fifth St. ............ IOA Penora, Lena-150 School St. .,.....,..,................... IOA Percival, D011-154 Cleveland St. .......... ...... I IA Perry, 162111-245 E. ThirteentlI St. ............... W Perry, Jack-245 E. Thirteenth St. .,,....., w Peter, Patricia A1111-616 East Ave. ............... 9A Petrus, TCYCSZ-112 Blake St. .................. IIA Pfaff, Ben-245 Kenyon Ct. I....,........................... IIA Pfundt, Catherine-IIS Lincoln Ct. ............... 9A Phelps, Robert-5II Cleveland St. ..,.... ...... I oA Pillivant, Vivian-289 Marseilles Ave. ......... IOA Pinter, Irene-565 Irondale St. ...........,,.. IOA Piper, Betty-845 Waliiilt St. ...,,,........ IOA Pippert, Elsie. 130 Spruce St. .,,,.,... IIA Pitcock, Helen-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ..... QA Pitcock, M31'giCiI76 Bath St. ........... QA Pitkin, Delight-176 Bath St. ,...........,. IOA Pitts, Kenneth-630 East Ave. .....,,.................... 12B Pixley, VClI113i44S E. Broad St. .......... ....., Q A Plas, Robert-,213 Gates Ave. ...,,.,.....,..... 12B Plas, JllSflll--T043 East River St. ......... QA Plas, Mary Margaret-I ll Floral Ct. ,I....... IOA Plas, Ruth-213 Gates Ave. .,,...,.......,.,................ IIA Pogan, George-I322 VVest River St. QA Pokey, Nick-209 Marseilles Ave. .................. IOA Polacsek, John-602 Fifteenth St. .................. IOA Polimene, Frank--333 Eighteenth St. QB Pollack, Iva-7Q2 West River St. ...II.... 12A Pondy, Albert-225 West River St. .....,......... IOA Pondy, Geza-359 West River St. ....... ,.,... I V Pondy, .lulius-225 West River St. .....,.,.......... QA PortnIaII, LOFCII-401 East Bridge St. IIA Post, RRY-445 W. Tenth St. ..........,..........,,....... IOB Post, Louise-E. River Zllld Fuller Rd. ......... IIA Powell, Geraldine-203 Bath St. .,..,.....,........,. IOA Powell, WillianI-331 Eleventh St. ,,,,,,...,,,,,, QA Powell, Virginia-203 Bath St, .,,.,,...,.,,,,,..,,,,,, W Price, .T0l1ll-611 West Ave. ...........,......,,...,.....,.,. IIA Prochazka, Sadie-R.F.D. 2, VV. Seventeenth Street ,..............I.....,.....,,,,,,....,,,.,,..,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,...,,,,,,..,,,,,., IOA Pronesti, Angela-I826 West Ave. .. ,......... . QA Provoznik, Ruth-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .........,,,,,, IOA E i gh't ysix Prunner, QiC01'gC-21 Chestnut St. ........,........ . Prunner, JOhIl12I Chestnut St. ,....A...... ....,. . Pryce, S3111-214 Seventh St. ...........,.,,...,...,......... . Pycroft, Evelyn-232 Fairlawn Ave. ...,,,,.... . Pycraft, .lohn-R.F.D., Abby Rd. ......A.......... . -R- Radebaugh, Edythe-122 Lewis Ct. ...,,......... . Rainey, Afthllf1.1.I5 Cleveland St. .,............... . Rainey Earle- I Cleveland St . I 4 5 - ',------------------ - Rainey, KHthlBCIl-'4I5 Cleveland St. ,.......... . Ranker. Catherine-R.D. 2, Oberlin ........,...... Raphail, Harold-622 Dewey Ave. ..,. . Rawson, janet-322 VV. Sixth St. ,,...., . Reding, Bob-235 East Ave. ,,,......,,,..,.... . Redington, 162111116-220 Second St. .......,,..... . Redman, Hugh-333 Bonair Ave. ...,,.. . Redman, Nlargaret 333 Bonair Ave. .. Redman, Nlillie-1716 West Ave. Reese, GC0TgC1I2I3 West Ave. .,,,, . Reese, H9lCIl-I I2 Water St. ...... . Reese, Thomas-I I2 VVater St. ........ . Relsmg, llleen-VV. River Rd. ..,,,,.,,,,,...,....,,,,,,,,, . Renfro, Georgetta-317 North St. ...,,,,.,...,.,,, , Renz, Ray-34.2 Harvard Ave. .........,.,,,, ,,.... . Renz, William-342 Harvard Ave. ...,............. . Resar, J0l'lll-I43 5 East Ave. .,,.,..,.,,,,,,..,. . Resar, Vivian-1435 East Ave, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , Reynolds, Betty-133 Quincy St. ,,,,,,,,. ,.,,., , Rezek, Bernice-327 Huron St, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,. , Rheineck, R0bCft-401 Garford Ave. Rhoads, Nlildred-IO7 Mound St. ................. . Rhoads, Phyliss-Route 2, Elyria .........,.,,,,....., Rhodes, COI'lllIlC-336 W. Seventh St. ........ . Rhones, Alfred-R.F.D, 3, Elyria ,,,,,,.,,,, ,, Richards, John-R.D. I, Oberlin ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Richards, Nancy--R.D. I, Oberlin ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Richards, P3.l1li246 Harrison St. ....... , Richards, Vivian-345 Princeton 4,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.., Richmond, Reg-412 Lorain Blvd, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , RlCllXVlllC,J3.I1C--318 Kenyon Ave. ....... . Rieth, Jack-337 Eighth St. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, , Rigg, Edith-I 131 East River St. ....... , Rising,Elden- Grafton, Ohio .,,,........ Rising, Marie-Grafton, Ohio ..,,,,...... Robbins, Helen-213 Blaine Sr, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Robertson, Jane-139 Stanford Ave. .. Robertson, jean-203 Lake Ave, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , R0bi!lSOIl, H3ZCl-341 Bonair ,,.,.,,,,,,- Robson, Edwin-R.D. I, Grafton ........ Robson, Eleanor-R.D. I, Grafton ...........,,,,... Robson, Richard-227 Dennison Ave. Robson, Ted-1389 East Ave, ,,,,,,,..,.... l Rockafellow, Evelyn- ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,V,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,,,,.. Dnngqgg Rodachy, George-124 Irondale St. ,tt,.,,,.,,,,, , Rodachy, JOB-124 Irondale St. ,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,...,,,,, , Rodger, D0f0fhY-153 Riverside Ct. Rodgers, Dorothy Mae-332 Kenyon Ave. Roe, Mayo-Gulf Farms ,,,,.,...,,.,..,.,.t.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, E zghtysefven IOA IoA IIA IOA QA IIB IOA IIA 9 IIB IIB QA IOA IOA IIA QB w IIB QA IOA IIA W IIA IoA IOA QA 9 IoB IIA IIB IIA QA IIA IIA QA :oA IOA IOA 9A IOA 12B IOB IOA IOA IIA l2B QA 9 IIA 9 QA IIA IOA QA QA IIA Rogers, Barbara--133 Eastern Hgts, Blvd. Roling, Katherine-144 Clark St. .....,.............. . Romlyn, Eunice-R.D., Elyria --------------------------- Root, Helen-251 Winckles St. ..,.......... ..------ . Rosecrans, Betty-'SI8 Middle Ave. -------------- - R035, Catherine-1205 AVC --------------- ROSS, .lack-373 Furnace St. ................... ....... . Ross, Robert-1292 East RiVCI' St. ...-.,A---------- - Roth, 'lean-330 West St. ...............---------A--A---------- - Rounds, Arlene-627 Dewey Ave. --------A-------- - Rowley, Dorothy-Oberlin Road ......---.-,,,-.----- Rucker, Austin-322 W. Sixteenth St. .I... . Rucker, VVilliam-332 VV. Sixteenth St. Runiph, lrene-313 East Ave. ..........--......---...-- - Ryan, Clyde-320 Blaine St. ....... ....--. . Ryan, ,lack-433 Third St. ............ -,----- - Ryan, Betty-433 Third St. ................. -------- - Ryan, Eileen-375 Furnace St. ........ ......- - Ryan, Ethel-320 Blaine St. .................-.. ---A.-- - Ryan, Vvilliain-1212 Lake Ave. ........s....-.---.---- - Ryborcyk, IFCIIC-201 East River St. ........-.. - -5- Sabo, Ernest-R.F.D. I, GI'aft0I1 ........-...----4---- Sabo, JOC-224 West River St. ....i......... ....... . Sadowslci, Steve-134. Oak St. ,.......... .------ - Sakerak, Helen-120 Taft AVC. ........... --.v... . Salsbury, Bud-579 Cleveland St. ................. . Salva, Helen-R.D. 2, Elyria .............................. Sandrock, Geraldine-352 East Bridge St. Sannar, Betty-241 Columbia Ave. ......,.......... . Sarosi, Mary E.-265 West River St. .,...... . Sauer, Alvin-444 Lorain Blvd. .................i..... . Saville, Thomas-349 High St. ..,.......... ........ . Sayers, Carlton-126 Spruce St. ........... ....... . Saylor, Mary-Route 3, Elyria ........................... Schafer, Helen-353 Cambridge Ave. ........ . Schafer, Lynnette-353 Cambridge Ave. Schaefer, Margaret-250 Kenyon Ct. ..i........ . Scheihel, Betty-248 Spruce St. .......................... . Scheniield, Mary Louise-534 Turner St. Schmidkons, Virginia-Adelbert St. .............. . Schmidt, Burdette-R.D. I, Oberlin ............... Schmidt, Eugene-311 Cleveland St. ........... . Schmidt, Laverne-311 Cleveland St. ........ . Schnur, Florence-568 Turner St. ................. . Schoonmaker, Ted-216 Washington Ave. Schrader, Russell-136 Marseilles Ave. ..... . Schramm, LaVonne-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ...... Schriner, AllCH1I4O School St. .......................... . Schrock, Royce-226 Cornell Ave. ................. . Schroeder, Melvin-Q29 West Ave. .............. . Schroeder, Norman-II4. Robson Ct. .,...... . Schroeder, Robert-Q39 Walnut .........,.............. Schroeter, RUthLIOO8 East Ave. ....... ....... . Schultz, Elaine-3 Crehore Ct. ....,........,,........... . Schumar, Robert-328 Eighteenth St. ........... . Schweda, Irene-Gulf Rd., R.D. 3 ,.,......,...,,... Schweizer, Anne-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .. ...... .. IIA QA W IOA IOA IIB IIB IIA IIA IIA 12B QA IIA QA QA IOA IIA IIA IOA IIB QA IOA QA QA IoA I IB 9 QA IIB IOA IOA IIB IIA IOA IIA IOA IO IIA QA IOA IIA QA IoA IOB IOA IOA 12B QA IO IOB I2A IIB IIB IIB IIA IZB 9A Scott, Gladys-II5 Perry Ct. A..,....A.......... . Scott, Lyle-257 Wirickles St. ................ . Scott, Opal- 555 Cleveland St. .........,A............ . Scott ueena Mae 555 Cleveland St. ..... . I Q 1' Seahald, ROSHICH-447 VVest River St. Searight, Lavaughn--233 Third St. .............. . Seay, GladyS'-820 West Broad St. ,,,. . Sederis, Christine-503 East Ave. ..... . Sederis,Mary-503 East Ave. ............ . Seekins, Esther-R.F.D., Elyria ....,,. Sehlmeyer, Allen-136 Garvin Ave. Sellers, Lowell-252 Harvard Ave. .... . SelInan, Dick-208 Ohio St. ...................... . Sepper, Margaret-128 Cornell Ave. .. Seres, Frank-I I6 Taft Ave. ................... . Settle, Elizabeth-1310 VVest Ave. ,.... . Settle, Glen-1310 West Ave. .....,... . Severs, Doris-234 Dennison Ave. . Sewell, Dick--R.F.D. 2, Elyria ............ Seybert, Sally-511 Lodi St. .,.......,,........,,. . Shaffstall, Edward--IQOQ Middle Ave. Sharkey, Lois-207 Bath St. .................... . Shroeder, Violet-R.D. 2, Elyria .... ,.......,... Sharpe, Don-225 George St. .........,.,..,.............. . Shaw, Allen-I36 Harrison St. ................ . Sheldon, Ruth AIH1-328 Cambridge Ave. Shenmum, Ardis-234 Fourth St. .................... . Shepard, Robert-133 Pasadena Ave. Shewell Shrayer, Elson-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ..,. Shryock, Harry-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .,,,, , Jack-510 Ohio St. ......,.,............ ...... . Shryock, Nan E.--I26 Stanford Ave. .......... .. Siegmund, Ernest-273 Columbus St. Sieminski, M2thCXK'1353 Fifteenth St. ........ . Silsbee, Nancy-240 Hamilton Ave. .............. . SIIHIHS, Jean, R.D. 2, Elyria ............,........ Simon, Julia-527 lrondale Ct. ....., . Simon, Mary-527 Irondale Ct. ...,,, . Simpson, Lucille-3I4 Eighth Place ,,,,,,......,.. Simpson, Shirley-245 Stanford Ave, ,...,,,.,,, , Sinegar, Virginia-I2I Spruce St. ......., . Sisson, Bernard-R.D. I, Elyria ,.........,. Sivenski, Louis-341 VVest St, ,,,,,,...,,, , Sklenar, JOhIl-41 I Bond St. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, , Sklenar, SllS3,I1--IO3 Bath St, .........,,,,,,.. . Skok, Florence-22Q Oberlin Rd. ........ . Skorke, Catherine--336 VVest St. ........ . Skorke, Ellen 313 Tuscarawas Ave. Slack, Robert-503 Bond St. ,,,,,,...,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,. , Slutzker, Doyle-203 Broad St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Smetzer, IJ21Yid1323 Eastern Hgts. Blvd. Smith Smith , Beatrice-350 E. River St. ....,.........,..... , Bertha-S35 VV. River St. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Smith Edward-240 Prospect St, ,,t,,,,, t,,,,,, , Smith Fern-124 Wiiickles St. .........,,,,,,...,,,,, , Smith Frances-3 56 rFhirteenth St, ,,,,,,,,,..,,. , Smith HClCH154I VVest Second St. ............. . Smith, Helen-276 Boston Ave. ..... ...... ..... . Smith, HcnryQ237 VVinckles St, ,,.,,,,,.., ,,,,,,, , IOA I 2B I IA QA IOA QA QA 12B QA QA QA QA IIA IIA QA I Ipx IOA QA A III IOA IIA 12B IIB IZB IZILX IIJA QA IZR QA IO QA QA QB IIA IQA IOA ICB QA IIA IOA IIA IOA IIB IoA QA I2B QB QA IOAA IO A QA Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Smith, Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Ida-213 Oberlin Rd. ..,............................. . Irene-611 VV. Fifteenth St. .... . Irvine-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ................. Janet A.-471 Eighth St. .......,, . janet-421 VVest Ave. ...I...... . JCR!!-I56 Harvard Ave. .... . John-22.1. Bath St. ................ . june-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ............. Junior-237 VVinckles St. ...... . Lillian-350 East River St. ................. . Blargaret--536 Fairmont St. ............., . lNIary .IZIIICZIOOZ East AVC. .............. . N013-I I I4 Lake Ave. ........... ........ . Peter-441 Earl Ct. .................... ....... . Raymond-R.F.U. 3, Elyria . Robert-543 Lodi St. ................ . Rosemary-210 Harvard AVC. ..... ...... . Russell-R.F.D. I, Elyria .. Steve-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ...... VVilliam-350 East River ..,....... VVillis-217 Oberlin Rd. ............. . Zelma-R.F.D. 3, Elyria .............. Zigl'llllllCl16ll YVest Fifteenth Snavely, Charles-32.1. Kenyon Ave. .... . Sniezek, C2lfl1422 VVest Fifteenth St. msif QA QA QA IOA IIA IIA 12B IIB QA IOA IOA 12B QA QA QA I oA I 2B IOA QA IOA Snodgrass, jack- 514 YVest River St. ............ I IB Snodgrass, Robert-I41 Lake Ave. ................ IIA Sobotka, Stan-Stop 83, Oberlin Rd. ........... . Sokolovvski, Helen-66 Yvoodford Ave. ...... QA Sparks, AfthllI'1l68 Longfellow Ave. ......... QA Sparr, NYOTIIIHII-331 South lVIaple St. ......... IIA Spaulding, R0bCI'if--841 VVest Broad ............ QA Spencer, Herbert-i23S Pasadena Ave. ......... IIA Spencer, slack--306 Spruce St. ................ ......... I OA Sperry, El'llCSt-31 Artemas Ct. ........................ IIB Sninks, Richard---203 llflarseilles Ave. .,....., IOA Spinks, Robert-203 lwarseilles Ave. ,.,,,,.,.,,, IOA Spore, Olive-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ..,.......... IIA Sprague, Blaine-361 Oxford Ave. .......,.,......,, QA Sprague, Dale-361 Oxford Ave. .......,,,..,,,. . .... IOA Sieminske, lllatthew--353 Fifteenth St, ,.,.,, QA Stahl, llargaret-528 East River St. ........... . Stalla, Elmer-237 Fairlawn Ave. ..,,,.....,.,,.,.. IIA Standen, Robert-222 East Fourteenth St. IOA Stanford, Ada llffay-260 Columbus St. ...... I IA Stang, Carlita-618 VVoodland Ave. ....,.......... IOA Stang, Frank-Edison Highway, Elyria ...... IIB Stantion, Helen-231 Rust St. ................... .. IOA Starchbill, Bernard-107 Gulf Rd. .......,.......... QA Stark, VVilliam-R.F,U, 2, Oberlin ,,,,,,......... IIA Starkey, AI'fl1lll'-206 East Bridge St, ,,,,,,... IOA Starnaski Frank 457 Cleveland St. .,.......,....... . Staskiews, Joseph-1814 hliddle Ave. ............ QB Staysniak, VV. Harold-131 Fairlaxvzi Ave. Steele, Howard-352 VV. Fifth St. ,,,..,...,,,,,,... IOA Steele, Robert-352 VV. Fifth St. .....,.,....... .. IIA Stegman, Harold'-I20 Second St, ,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,.,,. QA Stegman, Norman-South Middle Ave. .,.. IIA Stephens, Thomas-804 Park Ave. ......... .... I IA Eiglztyeighi Stevenson, John-2 Persons Ct. .......................... . Stevenson, Maude-R.F.D. 2, Elyria Stich, Robert-319 Concord Ave. ,................... . Stich, Dorthea-319 Concord Ave. ............., . Stilgenh Stilling, Stoffer, auer, Fred-988 W. River St. .....,.. . Xvilfd-I22 Chestnut St. .................... . Betty 13116-24.4. Boston Ave. ...,....... . Stohl, Elinor-528 E. River St. ............... ...... . Stohl, Nlargaret-528 E. River St. .... . Stoll, Elsie-1349 E. River St. ..............,... ..... . Stoll, Rlltll1I34Q E. River St. ....................... . Stolzenburg. ,lack-406 Furnace St. .......,...... . Storm, Rllth-321 Kenyon Ave. .......... . Stozek Rosalie 8 Furnace St -3 7 - ---------- ----- - 7 Stranahan, Beatrice-218 Gates Ave. Strand, Strause, Robert-505 Park Ave. ...,.............,,.... . DOIHH--228 Eastern Hgts. Blvd. Strohl, Janet-621 Bond St. ...........................,.... . Strohsack, Donald-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ............ Sudro, Hugh-I532 East Ave. .......................... . Sukey, John-607 W. Fifteenth St. ...,............. . Sullivan, llary J3.l18+225 East Ave. .............. . Summerlee, Muriel-237 E. Broad St. ........ . Supers, Eleanor-118 Marseilles Ave. ........... . Surdock, .TOC-202 Erie St. ...........,,......,............... . Suta, John-130 VVoodford Ave. ...........,...,.... . Sutcliffe, Victor-338 Princeton Ave. ........... . Sutliffe, Obert-II16 East Ave. .,.,................... . Sutton, Verna-154 Bath St. ......,,........... . Suva, Anne-LaGrange ........................ ...... Swancott, Jean-I7 Phillip Ct. .......... .......... . Sweet, Alford-210 Clark St. ,...........,,.... ..... . Swiers, Gerald-207 Clark St. .........,.,,.....,......,... . Swindling, Joan-236 Harwood St. ..........,... . Sylte, Elizabeth-217 Wolfe Ct. ...,........ .,.... . Szabo, AlEX--224 West River St. .,.,.,.............. . Szabo, Elizabeth-215 Clark St. ......,....,.,....,.... . Szewizyk, Henry-R.F.D. 3, Elyria -T- Takacs, ROBCYI-III VVest River ..,....... ...... Talarski, Helen-138 Warren ........................... Tarnowski, Anthony-626 East Ave. .........., . Tarry, -lack R.-318 Seventh St. ............,......,... . Taryan, Alex--227 West Ave. .....................,,...... . Taylor, Margaret-224 Eastern Hgts. Blvd -Taylor, Don-491 Huron St. ,..,,,....,,,,,....,......,.. . Taylor, Donald-215 Court St. .,,,,,.,.,............. . Taylor, Harold-442 Louisiana Ave. ,......,.., , Taylor, Jeanne-1605 Middle Ave. .,,,,......,.. . Taylor, Reva-I26 Lincoln Ct. ,,,,,.....,,......,,.,, , Ternes, Jack--R.D. I, E. Broad ...,,................... Terrell, Bob-259 Harwood Sr. .,...,...,,,.....,,..,, , Thayer, Dorothy-231 Dennison Ave. ........ . Thayer Richard-231 Dennison Ave, ........... . Thomas, Yanota-121 Longford Ave. ........ . Thome, Christy-348 Harvard Ave, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , Thome, 'Thome, Eightynine Francis-348 Harvard Ave. ....,....,.,., . Leonard-348 Harvard Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,, , I2B IIA IOA IOA IIA IOA 9A 9A I oA 9A IIB IIB IIA IIA IoA IOA IIA IIA 9A IIB IIA IOA IIA IIA IOA IOA I2B 9A 9A 9A I I B IIA IOA W W 9A I I B IOA IOA 9A IOA IOA I 2B I IB 9A IOA 9A 9A WV 9A IoA Thome, Mabel-521 E. River St. .................... . Thompson, Andrew-219 West Ave. ........... . Thompson, Walter-905 East Ave. ................. . Thompson, Edna Mae-905 East Ave. ........ . Thompson, Robert-247 Boston Ave. ........... . Tichenor, Janet-510 Woodland Ave. ........ . Tiffen, Roberta-268 Harrison ........................... Tite, Jean-330 Eastern Heights Blvd. Tittle, Gladys-R.D. 2, Elyria ...,....................... Todgham, George-428 Clinton Ave. ........ . Tomasko, Elmer-I22 Hazel St. ......... ...... . Tomcko, Susie-I25 Waverly St. .................... . Tompkins, LCOHZ-433 Louisiana Ave. Tonry, Delores-126 Broad St. .......................... . Tonry, Lola-I26 Broad St. ................ ..... ...... . Toth, Geza-878 W. River St. ........ . Townsend, Edna-452 Earl Ct. ....................... . Tracy, Phyliss-414 Adams St. ...,...................... . Traczek, Edward-426 W. Fifteenth St. Travers, Ward-248 Stanford Ave. .............. . Trupo, Rose-991 West River St. ................. . Tsaranes, TOHY-I29 Williams St. ................. . Tucker, Kathryn-IOS Riverside Ct. ........... . Tulk, Robert-1200 East Ave. .......................... . Turon, Catherine-R.D. 2, Elyria .................. -U- Underhill, Ettabelle-510 Middle Ave. Underhill, Ted--510 Middle Ave. ................. . Unger, Howard-5 Gray Apt., Second St. Unger, .THUG-IOI2 West Ave. ..,,...................... . Unger, Maynard-5 Gray Apt, Second St. Urbansok, GCOfgC-I I4 Blake St. .................... . Urias, Harvey-941 Walnut St. ..,,.,..........,....., . Urig, JHIHCS-336 Eleventh St. ......... ...... . Uthe, Jane--I I22 West Ave. ....,..... .,,,.. . -V- Vajda, Bertha-264 Broad St. ............................. . VanBovin, Emery-236 Winckles St. .,......... . Vanik, Roger-II7 Quincy St. .........,................ . VanKeuren, Norma-336 Ninth St. ,.,.........., . VanValkinburg, Harold-245 E. Seventh Street ,............................,......................,.....,,...,........,,,.,, Varady, Louis-I I2 Irondale St. .....,...,,,,.,........ . Varga, Margaret-I Laura Ct. ......,.,...... .,.... , Vargo, Andy-1616 West Ave. ,.,...........,.,.,,....,, . Vargo, Frank-308 West River St. .,..,............ . Vargo, George-R.D. I, Grafton, Ohio Varsey, Marion-202 Harwood St. .............. . Vaughn, Bob-I 64 Brandston Ave. ..... ...... . Vayda, Jean-421 Elm St, ,,,,,,.....,,,..,.,,, ,,,,,, . Vehlber, George-160 Beebe St. ,,,,,. ,,,,,, , Verostok, Mary-213 Huron St, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , Vietzen, ,lack-1021 Foster Ave. ......... ...... . Vincent, Anna-4.01 West Ave. .............. ...... . Visniski, Edward--352 Eleventh St. .............. . Vogjack, David-312 Franklin Ave, ,,..,,,,,,,,,, , - W .- VVack, Alek-1606 West Ave. .......... . IIA IIA IIA 9A 9A IOA 9A IOA IOA IOA w IOA 12A IOA IIA I2B 9A IOA I IA 9A I IB IOA II I IB IoA 9A I2B IIB IOA 9A IoA 9 I IB IOA IIA IOA I2B IoA IOB 9A I IA IoB 9A 9A 9A I IA w IOB IOA IOB IOA 9A IO Wagner ' ' ' , -I3.Cli-204 Erie St, ,,4.4,,,,.4,44,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, . Wagner, Mildred-II3 Harvard Ave. ........ . Walend, Steve-Q57 Foster Ave. ...,,,,,, Walker, Walker, Walker, KCHHCth-185 Cleveland St. .... . Wallace, Edward-I87 Bath St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,, VVallace, Harry-I2Q Oak St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,A,,,, . Walton, Jack-677 E. River St. .,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, , VVa1nsley, James-132 Cornell Ave, ,,,,,,,,,A,,,, , VVanIsley, Maxiiie-132 CorI1ell Ave. .... . Wa1'd, ,lack-638 Lake Ave. ,.,,,,.,..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, . Ward, Richard-508 Vvest St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,4,, A YVarden, Jack-258 Harrison St. ,,,4,, ,,,,,,,, , Wash, ROSC-II8 West River St. ,,ee4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , VVashbuI'II, Betty-415 Kenyon Ave. Washington, Bill-IQ VVoodfoI'd Ave. ,r.,, Washington, Doris-IQ Woodford Ave. Wasserman, Harry-212 Second St, o,,,,o,,,..,,, . VVatkIns, EdIIa MHC-322 Eighteenth St. Watt, Virginia-I2I Dennison Ave. ..... . VVazyniak, Helen-I304 West Ave- -----.------,, I Webber, M3fCi3-I2Q Columbus Sr, ,.,,...,,,..., v Vyebbfff, Ray-210 Winekles St. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.., . WCbC1', DiCk--181 Caroline Ave. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. . Weber, BC1'Il3I'diIlC-1219 West Ave. YVebe1', L00-1219 West Ave, ,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, , VVCbIlCl', Dick-245 George Sr, ,,,..,,,,,.. VVehman, -liUdSOIl-226 Fifth Sr. ,.,.,.,., Weibling, Edward-512 East Ave. Weibling, Richard-512 East Ave. .. VVeiland, Russell-I3Q Huron St, ,,,,--,,-,. A Weisbrod, Maurice-250 Fourth St, Annnnnl I VVeller Eu ene 2 6 E Hei hts Bl I g -' 4 - g Vd. ..... . VVClt0Il, Fl0l'CHCC-130 Harxvood St, ,,,,------- I VVCYIC, Roy-R.D. 3, Elyria I-----,--Q..,,,----.-.,,,,----.., VVetzel, Hugh-II7 Charles Ct. ......... .. VVetzel, TOHILII7 Charles Ct, ,.,,,.,,.. ,,,,,,,, , lvlleeler, Wanda-44 Samuel St, ,,----,.,..,.,-...-- I White, Ellen-4II W. Second St, ,,,..., ,,.,,,,...-, v White, FCl'I'lCfQ443 W. Fourteenth St. Wvlllfe, Patrlea-6I6 East Ave, ,,,,,,,,.,e..,.,..e,,,---- n W'hitman, VVilliam-148 S. Logan St. ,,.,,,,, . Whif11I01'e, .l0SCphine-4IQ Sixth St. ....... . Wick, Floyd-35 5 Seventeenth St. ,,.,,,,,,., , VViCSCl'. Har-rieth362 Furnace St, .-,.,-,,,,-----.. I Vvildenhein, Bill-219 Fggtef Ave. ..-- ---.-.-- I VVillianIs. Betty-6OI Park Ave. .......... ........ . Vlfilliams, DOlliI39 Ridge St, ----,,.,.,-.- .'----.- I Vvilliams, JUIIC-IO4 Spruce St, "...-.-.-,--.,'------. I VVilliaIns, Sally-251 Washington Ave, lviuiamsy Viola-133 Clinton Ave. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , Vvilliamson, llflarjory-142 Clark St --"'-,--Y' I Willis, GlClllliI32 Htirgn St, --,..-'--,,-.-'--.--,,4q.. I Vvilmot, Geraldine-255 Pasadena Ave. VVilson, Fred-281 Roosevelt Ave. ................. . VVHSOII, Ulysses-R.D, 2, Elyria ..I------ IIIIIIIII lVilS0n, VV2lyIl'l0I1-R.lj, 2, Elyria .-,YIIIIIIIIIIIIII VVilton, AlII1H122O lwarseilles Ave. ..... .. Corbett-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,,,,,,,..,.,r...,... Gerald-I2o Nichols Ct. ,,,,,..,..,.,,,,, , IOA QA IOB IIA IIB IOA 9 W QA IOA IOB 12B IOA 12B IOA I IA QA XV I IA I IA I I B QA QA VV QA IOA QA IOA IOA QB I IA I IA W I IA IOB IOA QA VV QA QA IOA QB 12B 9 IOA IOA QA IIA IIA QA IoA QA IIB IOB QA QA IIB QA VVinters, D011-I I4 Brooklyn St. ...,,.... . Winters, Owen-I I4 Brooklyn St. ...... . Wirth, Ellllil-112 Nichols Ct. .......................... . Wirth, FC1'dlll3lldkII2 Nichols Ct. ........... . VViseman, NOYHIH-305 E. Broad Sr. ...,....... . VVitham, Everett-Stop 3, Lake Ave. ........ . VVizorek, Henry-I43 Bellefield Ave. ........ . VVohlever, DiCk-134 Franklin St. ................. . Vvolf, Robert-115 Fremont St. .........,............. . Wolfe, Katherine-4IQ Huron St. ................. . VVolodzko, Anthony-I5I7 West Ave. ........ . VVonderly, JUdSOI11III Beaks St. ...... . VVood, Betty-827 Middle Ave. ........ .....,.... . VVood, Dale-R.D. 2, Elyria ............ ........... Wood, Iris--45 Samuel St. ..,.,,....,,........... ......... . . Wood, II21Ck--1211 East Ave. ....,,......,............... .. VVoodfill, Bill-I25 Brandtson Ave. .............. . VVoodings, C0filll1C-347 Louisiana Ave. VVoodings, I0l121tl'l3l1f-347i Louisiana Ave. XVoreester, Jilll-135 School St. .....,................. . VVOreester, .Tosephine-I35 School St. ........... . VVorcesteI', VVade-R.D. 3, El5'l'i2l ....,,f,-...--.--- VVorthington, Max-30,3 Cleveland St. VVorthington, Roseinae-5 Ravvson Ct. VVright, Alberta-720 Vvoodland Ave. ........ . Wfright, Beverly-327 Stanford Ave. ........... . VVright, EdIllllHdiI3O Grant St. .................... . VVright, Harry-6Q Chestnut St. ,....... .......... . VVright, Helen-245 Oxford Ct. ........., . VVudar-ski, MYFOII-I 130 West Ave. ,,............ . VVykrent, Josephine--228 Lodi St. ................. . Wysogorski, Edwin-IIQ Fairlawn Ave. VVyszynski, JOLIIITZ64. Prospect St. ....,,........... . VVysynski, Walter-308 W. River St. ........ . -YM Yalowiec, BC1'l1iCC-146 Fairlawn Ave. ........ . Yalowiec, Max-I46 Fairlawn Ave. ........... . Yanke, Robert-IIO Lewis Ct. .,......., . Yanke, Albert-IIO Lewis Ct. ................ . Yearley, Harry--I35 lklendal Ct. .................... . Yesberger, IMarie-Stop 3Va, Lake Ave. Yost, Edwin-1368 East Ave. ............................. . Yost, Ilack-239 N. Olive St. ..,...... .......... . Yost, Ray-239 N. Olive St. ............ .......... . Young, David--1828 West Ave. Young, Robert-344 Second St. ....... . Youtzy, Lois-Gulf Rd. ....................... . Yueka, Helen-525 Clark St. .,,........., , Yungman, Frank-697 VVest Ave. .. - Z - Zachinan, Jeanett-I22 Chase St. .,,...... , Zaleski, Celia-1513 West Ave. ,..,... . Zaleski, lklathew-I5I3 West Ave. Zangari, james-336 Eighteenth St. ,. ...... Zelenka, Helene-R.D. 2, VVest Ave. ........... . Zelenka, Mildred-R.D. 2. YVest Ave. ........ . Zmuginsky, Ted-R.F.D. I, Grafton .........., , Ziegman, Ray-7OO Bond St. .,............,.,... , IOB QB IoA QA W QA IOA IoA I IA 12B 12B w IOA IIB QA IOA IIA IOA IIA IIA XV IOA 12B QA IOA I IA QA QB QA I IA w 12B IIA IIB QA QB W QA I OA VV QA I OA I OA IOA I OA I OB QA I OA QA I OA W Ninety Over 30 Elyria Students at The Cberlin School of Commerce this year. For more than 50 years members of your Alumni Bocly have trained for business in Oberlin. Three has about you Three facts about the school 1. lt was folundc-id in the ll60zfoli - - owing t e cose 0 t e ivi 1' You are graduatmg IMO War and has graduated 10,000 a competitive society. during its long history. 2. It has been under its present management for over 50 years, a longer period than any other 2, Advanggmgnt in this s business schoolthroughout the entire country. With its college-trained teach- ers, with graduation from high school its entrance require- ment, with its strong courses, and by admitting only high society is based on knowledge and ability. 3' 3. You of Com-Se Want to school graduates and only at ' ' the beginning of terms, this be 3 Success- school is in a stronger position than ever. Call Oberlin 199 or write The Oberlin School of Commerce For fur- ther information. N lyon PRACTICE GOLF BALLS lOe each Improve Your Game All Sport Goods Elyria Hardware Cbhe HELL 'Qa The Corner Store Laundering Dry Cl Pressing RQP 8 Barber Sho d p The Peerless an Beauty Parlor At Hotel Newell PHONE 2484 Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co. Ph 2378 Elyria, Ohio d Towel S and Bloclcecl R Hats Cleane 336 Seco d S ug CI Tastes Better N tytl ,-,, I5 Qetter Here's the Secret of the Deli- cately Smooth Flavor and the F01. Ggod Watches Extra Goodness of Our Ice Cream Q We Make It Fresh W Daily out of the Finest Quality and Ingredients. That's Why It Tast ood Q Is s ood . Q Si:1ili0agDelightful Rtiefigesh- Perfect Dlamonds ment and Wholesome Food 3 MAR TIN S jewelerffOptometrist 380 Broad Street CRANDALIJS DRUG STORE J' R' DAU- Athletic Supports First Aid Supplies 106 Middle Avenue Phone 2325 Elyria, Chio ?f rn rl y EVER HEARD OF ""'m1M Memes GREEN MNA v . ll Ill ' WE HAVE z"' 'l If :W-95-1..v W . ' mu! ' x X I 5 Y THE WINNERS OF THE STATE ROPE JUMPING CONTEST. KEMBLE DIRQQTING E . ,ffil 1- 'gf 9 A COUPLE OF mn CASE9 OF wHv TEACHERS SENIQRITIS GOQRAY L 'II'II-II IIS YIEAXIRYS F Y 0.-mlf'4JA - - ' xi' f 4 H x X JL, N L24 1 A A Q i g if ' I I , E QA A ff! I x I J? .wgllsg A 'iw f .H tg ' ' qi Nutr Q 0 , 0, . if , X , 6 , Q ' 5. ii 1 X X gi 32 Q K -M IRIE IF lLIE4C'lI'II4U'NIS f. I O 'QQ U muu I Y- oily QQ 0089 Q- OO is ffg'5i'1Z:ZQ'Q 5 6 159 ASO QQQY' VQF' 15 fo 3 's:'?.i," rf "" ' , x x 'Q 9.42 1-23' 3 l"'r. W S MA -A I " ' . 2 'Q .2 0 . fi I4 5, L - "" u- 1 5 A -- ! 1.3.--" gg 1. Z. qs i ,- gi S XX f I 'fl W 1:1 r. 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I'm just getting callouses on my feet." if 4: 4 4 The Millionaire Blessings on you, little man, VVith your Florida coat of tan, And your sun-kist, smiling face, lieaming at me o'er the place. 'Pockets bulging, motor car, Handsome yacht, to take you far. Cook and valet, chaulfeurs, too. Trousers pressed by Wa Sing Loo. VVish that I could have your cash! I was like you, fore the crash. -'folm Azlazzzs High if if li JF How True Flattery is soft soap, and soft soap is QOW lye. Y llc FF if So Heavy A woman's promise to be on time carries a lot of wait. wk PF PF :lf Bette: Than None I-Ie: "MV mother says I'm a wit." She: "Well, she's half right." The Lucky Few Teacher: "YVilliel How many make a million P" VVillie: "Not many, not many." Sli Pk ,lf Ill Yes. Indeed Freshman: "Say, when can I expect that quarter you owe me ?" Sophomore: "Always" Pk PF ill lk Under the spreading chestnut tree The village smithy squirmsg For heis been eating chestnuts And they were full of worms. if lk FK PK lBeing Modern-A Parody Blessings on thee, modern girl, High heeled dame with henna'd curl. VVith thy turned up lashes black. And thy hazy jazz tones slack. With thy red lip, redder more, Kissed by the lipstick you adore. VVith the red rouge on thy face. Through the neat brim's snappy grace. Revolving ever in the whirl That makes of you a modern girl. -J. Soma if :il fl: if And Promptly The ship's oflicer was being assaulted by questions and more questions. Fin- ally a sweet, young thing, faint lines of worry in her troubled blue eyes, pluck- ed at his sleeve. "VVhat should I do if I get seasick 3" she asked. "Don't worry, IN'Iiss", said the ship's officer, "you'll do it." DF 44 HF Pk Profitable Exchange Said the head clerk to the manager, "I am very sorry to hear of your part- ner's death. VVould you like me to take his place ?'y "Very much, sir", came the reply, "if you could arrange with the under! taker." lk 214 fl! if Necessity "Oh", said the girl. 'll adore that funny little step of yours. VVhere did you pick it up ?', "Funny nothing", he replied. 'fmy suspenders are bustedfy Ninetysi 1 ...A-....... Zgluehirh C. E. Poole baba Success to the june 36 Class Harry Dennis B la ar ers T , I PRINTING ron Reger 8: Blnnmger EVER., NEED u Jewelers and Watchmakers Henry Gu Peat Printing Co. Fine Watches - - Perfect Diamonds 115 chestnut st- Elyria, O YM' F' "C"'f"'v W Ruhher Stamps too Elyria, Ohio We Printed This Elyrian D


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