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

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Q- 3. ,,,si""" 4 A . ,. . 2 .J 0 E n I E I . r H i IG Ridhv' D05MBllo J Glgria High School published for H12 Sfuaenfs by uw Glgriun Staff. edifor' -in-Chief: Edmund Wright 1lFflDllRlIE5'W74DllRlID Jn art of Congress passed July 13, 1787 made the 1c'ila'erness that nou' ineludes Ohio, Indiana, Illinois. tllifhigan, Wis1'orz.vin, and llfinnesota into the North- ivest Territory. Wifllill a fem' months Neu' Englanders migrated to these regions using ox earts, eovered ivagons. and hoats. Noun 150 years later, eitizens are paying tribute to the memory of those pioneers. Ohio to-lens have heen happy in zvelronzing a earavan of modern "pioneers" who left Ipszvielz, Cnou' llamiltonj Dlassaehusetts Deeemher 3, 1937 to re-enaet the famous mareh of a rentury and a half ago. The staff in studying the development of the North- 1c'est Territory rerognizes the siceeping ehanges in trans- portation during the 150 years. The art department graeiously earried out ideas they suggested, and the reader, it is hoped, will reeall with grateful appreviation the pioneers' diffirulties as he notes horse and automobile. ox-fart and airplane, eofvered wagon and oeean grey- hound, omnibus and streamlined train on the pages of this hook. E , i I o Ill Q Y? , Q IJ. . 4 GEGDNCIIHIEBNCIIFS Foreword ...... 'lihv KIy1'i:111 Staff Dc-diczition .,.... :Xdministratioii .... Seniors ,. Activities , . Roll of the Svhool 2 Snzipshot I ages ...... Ads ...... Cartoons .,,... .-Xutographs ,.... 4 6 8-Q IO-I8 23-60 70-I lj 1 16-129 112, II3, 133 129-134, 136, 138, 1.1.1, 143 2 ,,,,,, 86, 87, 139, 14,2 144. x W M 32' if ' F .il 11 -nn N LN , .111 I 'VI ii I ' ' Y W sewn, Staff ga.: out an Bm Left to right-AFirst row: Bob Nloss, -lean Crisp, Anne Yinccnt, Iflizabcth Hornyak. Second row: lillllllllltl NVright, Nlary Kaiser, AIZIYQ' .lane Klclflfrcsh, Paul Irion, Rose RIZIYQ' Harlow, Bliss Ifdwards. .Y R -S Q it .- Q Q - l-1 4x -5 41. i 1 1 i i 1 --' - I - - 1 5' fi! Q.-1 X! fix '? 1- Z fx-X 'X f L 1 K f X lj' iw XX Q 1 I NQQ -.L ... -, N 5 5.1, 1- I I., .y 'ii . f?G ff Wy. , 1 X Wa? 23196 1,04 V Zz. ,IU K ' ' , 6 if X 2 : wi X ff 1 Q VA if , - 3 C05 . " f ' 1-.sir-' fy D R 5:---'gl Q S .,TL Y E- V4 5 , 'T , S- S g V - - ' X xii ii: 3 Y N- ,X Q L. ' Tfsefbf-N AVA 5-L -f fl ' ' ' Q ' : ' -2 - ,ark Q FE eef2: v f ff - A f '- 'T' -1'--Ss' ff," 'Q 4 X545 , X Jigsygi ,-v2.sE'EFj:Q.2- xkgiiw'-5 ' 1 3 Q E- a s f 475-Qirf 2 - 5 1 ' ' -1f4Qff ' iii 7 , TLYL. . Rendeveck by vlcdvwbov xg i Wlifg ,j , D E.- ID' I I H TO S. S. Rockwood Yvhose quiet, forceful personality, sincere interest, and faithful, courteous service deserve recognition by The Pflyrian Staff The Students The Teachers The Citizens So mild, xo IlIl'fl'iflll, .vo strong, .vo good, So patient, f7lf'Ill'f'fll1, loyal, loving. frzlref.-Longfr'l1o1c'. f fii z vp 9119" ' A 4X'4, Z,.'v"i,: ', f. -N, MSL My : 5-ilk' e es! A tx lfiyhl Sew 7mfwov 'In Thcee Decades During the more than 29 years that Mr. S. S. Rockwood has served as clerk of the local Board of liducation he has had opportunity to observe the Educa- tional progress of the city at close range. He retires August 31. The number of students and teachers in the Elyria Public Schools has doubled. XYhen he became clerk on May 3, 1909, the system had 80 teachers and approximately 2500 students. The payroll for last month showed 160 teach- ers. The students enrolled this year total 4674. Three superintendents have headed the school system during Mr. Rockwood's service: XX R. Comings, F. M. Shelton, and the present R. C. Maston. Mr. Rockwood has seen the erection of seven new school buildings--Edison, Gates. lily. Allen. Garford. Technical, and Roosevelt. He has seen the remodel- ing of jefferson and VVashington Ruildings and new additions built at Hamilton and Franklin. Many services have been added to the schools during Mr. Rockwood's time, but even then lflyria's school system was in the lead in two branches which have since become an important part of almost all high schools. These branches are manual training and home economics. Mr. Comings, then superintendent, was a strong advocate of these branches. The work was done by hand then however. as there was no machinery such as is to be found in the high school today. VVl1en Mr. Rockwood became clerk in 1909. the offices of the board were in the old building at Court and Second Streets. Later they were moved to the third floor of the Masonic Temple, and then to the present quarters in the Wash- ington building. ln 1009 the members of the board were George ll. Chamberlain, John blur! ltach, Judge l.ee Stroup, Dr. C. H. Cushing, and P. H. lloynton. Before becoming clerk of the local board, lXlr. Rockwood had been con- nected with the Savings Deposit llank and Trust Company. His son, Rodney, is now executive vice president at that bank. On May 24 the teachers and administrators of the school system tendered Mr. Rockwood a banquet at the lilyria Country Club. Mrs. Rockwood, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Rockwood. and Miss Gertrude Rockwood were also guests. X 1- , M5133-' 'I .N me ,A W 'A f l. 3 - r-"gp R. C. Winston SIlf7t'l'iIlft'I1Ill'1If of Elyria Pulzlir SVXIOUXX amz 4 ' RICHARD lf. STICVICNS .ll'I,lA RILICY MARTIN FRAXCICS SPENCER LICONARU TICRRY XV. H. YgXXOS'l'IfR a 'ful Lgg cf I-Y z--Q xv .fix 6 r -K W. 6a ,lsyisfrznf lo flu' Szlfrffrizzlmzdwzt qt, 4' 191' w 3' fx' 17111 QA.. . , nn -dn . 7 IEFSQQ ijgfn 'i ,7 il T I, . Q' -'f 4' L " Qffii 3 I c. 2. same, l'rim'ifml of Elyria lligh Sfhool Tvvelzve 'lv1IiI'fl'l'II 1. D. Seams .lxsixlmzt Prizzrifvrzl w if X . '. '-' HY ,1 xml! ffl Q R? .4 ' J" A' F' f T 4? o make.: Phyllis Peawrm St'4'1'f'fIlI'-1' lo flu' ljfilllgfffllf mia.: Hmld lliffh Srllonf C'fr'1'K' I fffcrll much, 7937-7938 E. D. Adams Nina J. Baker l R. F. Bauer l E. Glenn Baxter J- Martin Beck Wilfrid Bowdler Adele Brown Elizabeth Brown N ' Q V' S S- Ida CoFHand F, A, Eaton , w Roy B. Clymer. Margaret Edwards -Q83 , 1, 'i' e , l x 6:-, 'l1:1.:'Im, VFX ,S '.g'-- " A-L. N Luella Eisenmann Mabel Eubankg Agnes H. Fay Gladys Fowell Dana Fox Murl E. Frye L . J. DA Funk W. E. Gregory Barbara Hilberg Philip D. Hofman Howard R. Huston Dorothy Jones zfxfalf n f V "E, '?'f,y""' f f ' "'-'W' . , ' .. X x ,, 5l.Yfz'z II ' ' fl' 4 "gi -Z'4'l1lr'r'l1 1. Q N Edna jones Marian Kemble F1055 K10Pfen5f9in C- W- KOPPCS Blanche Lake E. R. Laver Nellie R, Lewis ' '1 J. C. Lmvi1.e Lois Littleton N Lee Lyman Mary K. Mink Nancy N. Murphy -L. 19 .s. J.,- 'RQ ,. Vi V g ,- T .,,"" , 5 ' ,f - '-iii .Q " 5 fi -1 W i fm V i ,L N Maude Parmelee Barbara Plocher Allyn Rose Harry Rosene 1 M. H. Schlieper Margaret Scott Frances R-aufus ,W 1 R. R. Ross Clare Short Lenore Shumaker AA N, Smith Art Smith ffflll'l'l'll l1tft't' Carl Smifh S. C. Smith May Speer Alice Stofer J- P- Taylor Fred 'rumnn W. L. Vaughn Mabe! Vogan Josephine Wilcox Harold Wilson Ralph Wood Eula Young .hz X VT. ll f 1 cgs 1. 44 QQ u ookinff Xvcst Ull Sixth Stu-ct from Klicldlc .'Xvcl111v I-1 TIN: Sched Sang Hurrah for Elyria High School For she-'s all right. Keep the colors flying Of the cherry and white. Rah! Rah! Rah! Show the other fellows What we can do. Hurrah for lilyria High School For she'll hreak through. Remember Elyria High, boys, When you have gone, Out in the wide world Many things have won. Keep the red and white, boys, Always in sight. Hurrah for Elyria High School For she's all right. THE HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER All hail to thee, Elyria High In tribute halt we now. ln reverence that's deep and true Our loyal heads we bow. For time can never more destroy The light of me1n'ry burning bright. In days to come all thru the years, You'll guide us by your light. As forward to our goal we go From scenes and pleasures rare, Our lips must e'er their story tell Our hearts fond menfries share. And tho the years roll on and on, VVe hail to her with heart and hand. As first our school rose in the west S0 first she'll always stand. Worrls by Bernire fltkinson 91 .' 1 21 iw' ' lzuentyone Q , " x ' , 9 5 up 'LA-' .Q A .. av , '- env' 'I ,ma A, 1 ga. ,, -va '41 xwfwz- .V 'pw f ,5, " ,5 :S 11 'fp .., ,j'-:,',, yx,,1 j '- w-2' M -V .- P-tc'-V f .' ,. . , ,,. +V.: 1 Ms., , 1 I K ' ,, ,, , 4. 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Cl..-ilu JANE .ACI-QIERNLXN Clllyllllf, Juxl, Jjfablv. R.l7. 3, lflyria: Commercial Course: Hiking l-33 Volleyball 1. HIQLIQN AI.-XRIIE B,u,u.xi If llrlpful, illerry bfoudr. R.lJ. 2, lflyria, Ohio: General Coursey Orchestra I-7. Aixrou Towzsk Alarms Jn'11r11fr', 'l'r11fl1f11f, fllllizlblv. Y lx.lJ. 3, Lake Ave., lflvriag General Coursey Light Squad 65 Pro- jectionist Club 5-83 Band 5. AIARY lCL1z.u:m'n B.-XI,I,.XS 11Il1Xi1'Ill, JfIll'l'fjl'fil', Bury. 239 XVest River St.: Commercial Course. clk.-XCE R. Amiixs Gwnizlf, Rolliflillgf, Jllzletir. 429 Bond St.: General Courseg Jefferson jr. High I-23 Friendship Club 5-S: All-Star Basketball 6: All-Star Volleyball 5: l,eaders' Group 7, S: Sr. Friemlsliip Cabinet 7. S: Hiking 5-7: Volleyball l, 3, 5, 71 Basketball 4. 6. 85 Baseball 4, 6, S. 'l'noiu.xs XV. Bi-xxv1i.1.12 ylfllfflfllf, ll'orflly, lfri.v,l'. S2 xVllll1l11lS St.g General Course: l'll'l'SlHllZlll Hi-Y I-2 5 junior Hi-Y 3-63 Senior Hi-Y 7-8: Liglitweiglit Football SQ Reserve liaslc.-tball 65 lr. A Cappella 6-3. M.xR1.xN l':I,lZ,XllIf'I'Il .ANDERSON illcrry, El1fl'l'f!lilIilIy. Jnllrxizzg. 545 lfast Broad St.g Commercial Courseg Volleyball I 5 Baseball 2-43 lllaellowell Chorus 2-63 Friendship 1-4, 6-8. .Irma IC. B.fXRCH.XRD foffy, l'iffl'I'7't'3'4'l'llf. Iljrffr. 223 l"ourteenth St.: General Coursey Friendship Club 1. 25 Volley- ball I, 3, 55 Basketball 4: Klaellowell Chorus I-3. I i lslentilieation pioeeemls from left to right. y"IC'l'I1fj'-flifll' 1938 Lois Fxnm,-x B.-KRI.0VK' I.ifl'llllf1', ffjfi1'i1'r1i'. lfllfj' ,ll'I.L-X ,ANN BIZNKO 2.4.7 Denison Ave.g G e n e 1' al Jolly, flll1Il.ViIIfl, Hutlvrfly. Courseg Friendship Club I-4., 7. 122 Bell Ave.: C om in e r e i al Sq Basketball 1, 2, 4., 83 Volley- Courseg Volleyball I-75 Hiking ball I, 3, 71 lllaellowell Chorus I-65 Senior Friendship 7-8. I-33 Girls' Glee Club 4,-6. Cam. B.x1'HoRY Calm, mwr Iiluym-ing. HAROLD IRVING Rmzsox 229 Lodi St., General Course, llafwpy, lIIllllA'fI'i0I1A', lgll.YiIIl'.Y.V like. Freshman Football IQ Freshman H2 Pllfli AVP.: fiK'l1i'l'21l C0ll?'Si'I Basketball 25 Lightweight Foot- I'll'f'Shmflll Hi-Y I- 23 ,ll'- Ili-Y ball 3, 5, Heavyweight Football 3- -1-3 T9l1l1lS 7- 7, Hi-Y 3, 4, 7, 85 blonitoi' 4-85 National Honor 8. S.-ul.-xi-I F. lMYi.i2Y Sp,-J-, ljng,-,-, 1,',,,-J, Amitx Bimw SIX l'ark Ave.g General Course: f1"'i"M"- Bf'l"'l'f"I- Friendship Club 1-83 Basketball 320 TlWil'U'0l1fl1 Sf-I Gl'l1l'l'1ll 2, 4, og Baseball 4, 65 Volleyball C0U1'Se: SP21l1iSl1 Clllb fl 3, SQ 'Fennis I, 3, 5. f . fl 1 4-fi I . AIIEXVIZI. kil..fXDYS Bri.-xl. Hiixaoin In. lgI..XCK .IlIXf. Cf'f'1u'ro11.r, lf1'11f'1'ofw1t. llf11H1',1'- fffH"'!l1'fff'. Bf"IflIf'1'fj'- RD. 3, lily:-ia, General Coui-:neg 340 l,l'll1L'i'Y0ll Ave.: Cie n 1' I' all Basketball I 3 Chorus I-4. Course, Sr. Hi-Y 3-33 ,lli A CHD- pt-lla 4-ig Sr. A Cappella 5-8: Alr. Ili-Y I-ZQ 'llennis 7. l',nw.xRn Lotus Bi2,xi'x1ox'r lilllxi'-flllillfl, I,iK'l'fI,lll' lgfllllll 147 Hgnniltqn Sm GL-,191-al Rtssiim, Bi.iu41:si.1:11 Courg lli-Y .QQ Sr. Hi-Y 5-fl, Rl'-Vffllfl. Bll'I,1'fU1f- l,igl1tu'eight Football 3, SQ bloni- -I-53 illvllfll Sf-1 cl4'fN'l'1ll Cffllfl tor Im, 71 Light Squacl 73 Heavy- weight Football 7. -W 'l'l: k gfiil' lf A iIlIL't'1Ifl'X gig,-rvvwr . F , ' L ' 5-at D315 Ns, 2 - lllaellowell Chorus 3, 43 Girls' 1938 XV11.Lx1,1 ANNlE'I"l'.X l!1.oEx1 Il '0I'l'!'I', 11 fwrl, 1D,N.1'j'. KU. 3, Gulf Rd.: Connnereial Ll0llI'SCj hIaeUou'ell Llll0l'llS 1-23 Glee cjlllb 3-5. RosA1.EE INIrxRG.1.RE'1' Honor: R1'f1'z'.1'l1i11g, illerrhi' Blond. loo Iffrie St.: General Ll0ll!'SL'Q jefferson nlr. High 1, 22 Leaders' Gro11p 7, S3 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 liasketball 1, 3, 5, 73 Baseball 2, C13 'l'ennis 73 Hiking 5-7. RosE.x1.x1u' IC. I3oY1..xN Riglm'o11.v. Eager, I1'r'1111e. 14,5 Columbia Ave. 3 General Courseg Spanish Club 5-S3 Herald Staff 73 lfriendship Club 1, 5-83 l'l:u'ers' Club lm-S. Main' 1. BR1e14.x1.xx fllzizimvfy, lml11.vl1'io11.r, lfrigflf. 1535 lfast Ave. General Courseg Glee Club 53 -I r. A Cappella Choir lm, 71 Sapientes Club 4, 5: lfrfezid- ship Club 3, 4, 7, 83 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 71 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 'liennis 3, 5, 71 Baseball 4, fa, 83 l,eaders liroup 7, S. A1.1,wYN Cu.-xR1.Es lgRlllGlZ'l"I' .'ln1i11l1f1', I,'m1.viflemlr, 1!llA'j'. 509 XVoodland Ave. General Courseg -Ieliliersoii High 1, 2. I Yi't'1Ifj'.l'l"1'l'lI HELEN lC1.1z,x1nzTH Biuccsk llo.vf1ifz1l1h', Hrmzmllirfzl, lirzxllflll. 220 Third St. 3 C o ni in e 1' e i al Ql0llI'SCQ Friendship Club 1, 23 NIacUowell Chorus 1, 23 Girls' Glee Club 33 jr. A Cappella 4.-53 Sr. A Cappella 6-8. Rosixrvx J. Haoxsox Rlllliflllf, Jllllllfy, lfrigflf-z'yz'11. 231 Princeton Ave. 3 General Course3 Vernon slr. High School, Rlarion, Ohio 1,23 Harding High School, llarion, Ohio 33 Friend- ship Club 5-83 Iflfnsenible Fran- cais 5-8. CAEL A BRooKHoL'sER. JR. C'lIt'6'l'fll1, ,-lygrvsxiflfff, lfzzoyulzh' 137 Charles Ct.3 General Course3 Lightweight Football 3, 53 slr. Hi-Y 33 Reserve Basketballg Cheerleader 7-83 'liraelc 4. I'Ir,MER L. BRowN EIll'll!'.Yf, Liberal, Igllillfllf. KU. 2, lflyriag General Course. HENRY Fokn Baowx Ilrzmlles Il Fast Baton. l4,2 Riverside Ct. 3 Gene ral C0lll'SCQ Band 4.-83 Boyds Chorus 3-43 Jr. A Cappella 5-83 Traelc 6-X. ::: ::: , -.. I I I " Vi ' Q e ,IQ . 1938 JAMES CUNNINGHIXIXI l3RovvN, AIR. J rrviaf, Cllll'ffl'f'l' l2lIllfl"l'1'7'. 3.1.5 Harvard Ave., Scientific Coursey Band I-Sq Orchestra 4-3. ,ANNE JI. BI'sII Jllzlrlir, fllirthful, Hzmyruzi. 1738 VValnut St.: Conunercial Course: Leaclers' Group 4.-S: Nll-Star Basketball 71 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 7: Basketball I. 3. 5. 7: llaseball I, 3, 5, 7g 'liennis 5, SQ jefferson Alr. High I, 2g Oflice Helper. I. cviRAClf NEI.I.lIZ l3RI'cE C:l'Ilt'l'f1lf, Alice, 1,gI'Ilf'Z'0Il'llf. R.l'i.ll I 3 General Course. HEI.ENNl,XRIE V. CANIKI.-XRN llafwfvy, Ilery I'1Irf'frzIII. . . . . . . . . . . , . III lzlbe bt.g Creneral Lourseg Senior l'1-Ieudslup Q lub 3-Sq X ollejf- hall I 3 liaseball I 3 Alunior Friendship I-2. lsAIzI2I.I.E CoI.I.INs l3RYoox Imfvixli, !:IlfU'iI'i0llS, 1J'liIlIeson11'. Q21 Park Ave., General Course, Sr. A Cappella 52-81 Klaclloxvell Chorus I-25 lfriendship ClIIb I-43 lfrieiulship Clvb Cabinet I-2. CHARLES T. CARLIN C:0lH'fC'0IlK, rllilllill, Calm. 115 Parkview Ct.g General Course. AIEANNIZTTIZ KI. BI'cHHoI.z Just, fllorlfsi, Haul'-In-z'i11g. 624 East Ave.: Classical Course, Sr. Friendship Club 3-S3 Sapientes Club 4-85 Volleyball I, 3, SQ Basketball I, 3, S2 lNIacl7oxvell Chorus I, 2Q Girls Glee Club 35 jr. A Cappella 4, 5: Sr. A Cappella fm-S5 National Honor S. l':lJVV.'XRD H. C ARR IiI1llI11.vi11.vfiI', llmrfy, Coflegizlfr. II2 Bell Ave., General Course, Li,qhtIvei,qht Football I-4. AI.lllZRT j. BVRNITTT ,'lI1fi'I'I', .l1'sif11f, 1giy1IlYll'fl'lI. 220 lfourteenth St.: Scientific Course. RIIIIERT XVIQAVER CARR R0gIliS1I, Wfyifty, IIlIIf7!Iblf?. 153 Lonfffelloxv St., General Course: Alr. Hi-Y 4. . 2-5 .I 9, 13 f-'yy x... ,I .ry 'C' 'Z 4 ix fl"zc'1'11tyz'iglIl 12 1938 ROBERT IJVANE C,-xs'rI.E Rrxfmusiw, Di.vrinrti1'1', Corzlial. Q Nichols Blk.: General Courseg -lr. Hi-Y 2-4.5 hfonitor 5-85 Foot- ball Rlanager 4, lig Noon lllovies 55 lfxtemp. Speaking 4. H-nun' HERBERT Cook llelffful, 11I'lII'fj', 1:0ll1'!'I'XI1IIf. hoo XVest Aye.: General Courseg Airplane Club 1-35 Radio Club 5-75 Boosters, Club 5-05 Laboratory Assistant 65 blovie Assistant 6-75 Players, Club 5-7. KENNETH sl. CH.-KVM.-XX Kzlifflllly. .lIlllIIfj'. Cordinl. 2.4.7 Harvard Aye.5 General Course5 Football I-35 Basketball IQ Glee Club I-45 llonitor I-3. PEGGY CoRYE1.I. l,!l'IIXIIlIf!j' t'0I!'Z'f'l'.VIIfi0IlIlj. 3 VVolf Blk.5 General Courseg lfriendship 3-85 Volleyball 55 Basketball 5. NV1L1,1s ROBERT CH.-xNn1.ER 1!'iIISOIl1F, RlIII1lll1fi4', Crerzrifve. 0 320 Park Ave.g General Course5 Shaker Heights igh School, Shaker Heights I-55 Herald Staff 65 Senior Hi-Y 6-85 Football 75 blonitor 75 Christmas Playg Players' Club 85 National Honor 85 Class Play. Nomm RI. CR.-xNn.'xI.L AY1'Y'l'I' II rlllllilifll so Conzrly. 312 Cambridge Ayn-.5 General Course5 Orchestra I-65 Library l Assistant 5-85 Ofliee Assistant 7-85 Friendship Club 7-8: Volley- ball 1, 25 Basketball I, 2. FLORE.-KN I.. CHRISTENSUN Flruuiny lowly, Carefree. Q71 Foster Are.5 Commercial Courseg Basketball I-55 Baseball 5-65 Volleyball 1, 2. KENNETH Euu. Cmwroan IK-l'l'll, l':!lI'IIl'A'f, Crn1s'er7'11li'z'4'. 1 I7 Vlater St.: General Course. lXIEl,y1N C. k'l..Xl'l' rllIlIIIIIt'I'fj', Corffinf, Czllwfree. 514. Park Place: General Courseg Sr. Hi-Y 5-8. YiRo1N.x HELEN Ckisxl.-xN l'il'flIUII.!', 11Illl.Vt'Ii'if4'f-1', Cogitrlfifzw. 344. Ninth St.: General Course5 Spanish Club 6-85 Rlaellowell Chorus I-55 Class Poet. .,..us. jlN't'IIf-l'lIiII1' - K' x lj I 1 fm .1 if - ig,-glue . .ff .Q - F F. 5 l Cll.xRI.i2s -I. LYROMLING Q Calm, .lm-1, fJllA'll!lf. 52 Colonial Apt.g Geugral Courscg Football I-35 Basketball 2, 4, SQ lllonitor 3, 4. l':I.Il.XRlE'I'lI Rl2o1xo'1'oN IJANNER l'lllgl'I', Rrruly, 1JIlilIfj'. 354 'llhirtl St.: Scientific Course, l"ricmlship Club I-8, Sapicutcs Club 4-bg l,'l'fusciublv Francais 5-Img Orhcv Asslt 75 l'll'lCllllSllll3 Club Cabiuct 5-65 lllacllowell Chorus I-4,5 Boosters' Club 5, 6. RICHARD li. IJAVIIZS Rl'A'flllI'4'l'fl1f, Kind. 1J!'fl'I'llIil1l'I1. 355 lf. I-lgrs. l3lv1l.g Ocucral Course, -lr. Hi-Y 3, 4.5 Sr. Hi-Y 5, 6: Klouitor 4, Light Squad SQ Slip Collector 7. Romim' H. ll,-wins Rllrlpxozlir, llmrty, Dir1'f'for. 702 lfast liroail St., Oc n c 1' al Course, A Cappella Choir 5-S: llr. lli-Y 3-43 Sr. lliAY 7483 lioys' Chorus 4, Class Play. VV11,l.1,u1 xl.X.XlIiS lhvlfs lfillilzg, .lofz'i11l, Dozllffiny. 229 Wlcst Bridge St., Classical Coursvg llaml I-8, Light Squad 5-Img 'llrack fx, 1938 ROBERT l'. IJAYKIN R1'fi11H1', Poixnl. Difigrnl. 240 lf. Sixth St.: Scientific Course: lllouitor 2-fig lli-raltl lfditor-iu-Chief. CIIARLES YV. llisciuaa fil0Ill'llgt'01lA', Uliznziny, IDIIIIIIIIVXX. 238 lf. llgts. lllvtl.: Hlanual Arts Courscg lVcstcru Rcsciwc- Acad- emy, Huclsou, Ohio 1, 22 lfootball I, 3, 5, 7: llaskvtball I : Track 2, 4, 6, 8. Nomrx M. lJm,I,l2ifii2i,o ,Yiwu 4lIIllIlIt'I'lj'. lDl'f?t'IlI11lllfl'. KU. 3, lflyriag General Course, Sr. llistiuctiou Day l'rogr:uu 3. 'laizsoooiu lf. llmios 'llin-1'. I':IIft'l'fIlilIilIfl. Dorifr. 320 lfourth St.: Oc-ut-ral Coursv, l"ricumlship Cabim-t 5, lm, lfricml- ship C l u b 1-73 Klacllowcll Chorus I, 2, 3. lfiuxx lllsxlcs l'lI'if'Il1Nj', Diligvnt. 137 Irilbv St. Clvucral Coursc: lirownlu-lm High School, liroxrn- ht-hu, Ohio 2, 3: Columbia High School. Columbia, Ohio 4. 5. Q52 7 wr ' , X QQ, , Tzmzy ,. My I 'ge V xlmxxlz lf. Diizmziuek .l0j'0Il.S', l':lIl'l'fjf'li1', Dnilzty. 416 lfast Ave.: Scientific Course5 Volleyball 1, 35 Sr. l"riendship Club 7, S5 Maellowell Chorus. l,o1'1s12 'l'. Doxov.-xx Lfiwf-1', Trlrif. Iiffl. IIO hlarseilles Ave.5 General Course5 Sullivan Higl1 School, Sullivan, Uhio 1-65 Basketball 7, 85 Volleyball 7, S5 lfrienclship Club 7, S. B12'1'1'v ANN12 IJL'1f1-'v 13113112 fllllilllllf, Ilistizzrfiw. 407 Lake Ave.: Ge11eral Course5 jefferson -lr. High 1, 25 Friencl- ship Club 3-S5 Uebate Squad 4.5 Spanish Club 6-S5 Klacllowell Chorus 1, 25 Basketball 1-45 Base- ball IQ Volleyball 1-45 Boosters' Club 5, 6. lxlII,DRIfD l.11.1.1.xx l'fc1411.xRu'1' illuxirrzf, Ligllt-l1f'r11'fe1i, l'i1fifit'IIf. 153 Spruce St.: General Course5 .lelsferson -lr. High 1-25 Orcliestra 1-65 Baseball II Volleyball 1-2, lJo1zo'1'11v l'il..XlXli liricois llllfillfl, l':l1.V.l', l'i!l'llll'lIfflI. 1S.tS Klimlnlle Ave. General Course. 1938 R1eHAR11 M. F.-u,1.oN Rmdy for Alon' ljllll. 1.1.1 Pfast.Britlge St.5 Scientific Courseg Berlin Heights High School, Berlin Heights, Ohio 1-4. AIOHN EDXVARD F.fxL'1,KN12R foivinl, l'fnergeli1', Frienrlly. 427 Ninth St.5 Scientihe C0urse5 Sr. Hi-Y 6-85 Boy's Chorus 25 jr. A Cappella Choir 35 Sr. A Cappella Choir 4-S5 Players' Club 4-85 Airplane Club 1-45 National Honor Society 6-8 5 Sapientcs Club 4-85 Band 5-85 Mlionight at l'fight"5 Treasurer of Sr. Class. BEATRICE NIAE FELL Blessed zeiih fllany Friends. 224 Furnace St.5 General Courseg Friendship Club 3-85 Friendship Club Cabinet 6-S5 Volleyball 1-75 All-Star Basketball 65 Leaders' Group 5-S5 Athletic "E" 5 Athletic Activities Pin5 Tennis 5-75 Base- ball 1-75 Baseketball 1-7. l'iVEI.YN GER'r111'n1z FITNINIORE lfngnyizzg, Gwzerozzs, Fzzfvorite. IIO Glenwood St.5 Conuuereial Course5 l"riendship Club Cabinet 5-S5 Volleyball 1-55 Basketball 2-65 Leaclers' Group 5-S5 Tennis 1, 3, 75 Ullice Asslt 75 l,ibrary Assyt. 5, 65 Athletic "ICU S5 Base- ball 2-6. cil50RGl? 'l'. l"12s1,1fR Ur'11rrn11.v, Trutlzfuf, l'll'll'lI11lj'. 231 lfrie St.5 General Cou1'se. Q' . Q P :N 1 s r'- Q- 15 4- A .ll 1 M I l11,-fyom' ' ,U xg. . .1 ani li '- . .Qtr -. Jug . K wi x N , Q .,,. 1 ' 5-aj 10351 -' A -RPM-,,. 7f'3t:'!!4i ,-g---- , . A, A m5 F-J-ft- .v 1938 RUTH ELINOR FISLER Rather elusive, Friendly. 322 Eighth St.3 Household Courseg Baseball 1-S3 Volleyball 1-93 Basketball 7-83 lling Pong 63 Friendship 1-33 llacliowell Chorus I-2, Glee Club 3-4.3 Athletic F3 IC.H.S. Klonogram. ' HELEN Cir-XLLO llelpful. Gentle. 326 Hayes Ave.3 Household Arts Course. JACK D. Fox Just, De,hen1lal1le, Frienzlly. 115 Highland Ct.3 General COLITSCQ jefferson -lr. High 1-2. CL.-XlRE'C. KQARRIZR Cautious, Criiiml, Grave. II7 lladison Ave.3 Commercial Course. RICHARD All FRANKLIN Rerlalexx, faunty, Funnmker. R. D., Oberlin Rd.g General Course. JAMES S. Cir-XRBER Jolly, Stylish, Genial. 252 Hamilton Ave.3 Classical Courseg Hi-Y 2-43 Sapientes Club 4, 7- lXfI11,ToN CiRANT FRIZIELAND lllozlest, Gentlenmnly, Friendly. lVIurray Ridge, R.F.D. 33 Commercial Course. HARo1,n I. fiElTGlEY llunzerous, Imessiifely Cay. A 402 Ninth St.3 General Course3 lfreshman Football I2 Ifreshman Basketball I-2, lightweight Football 3, 52 Reserve Basketball 3-43 Heavyweight Basketball 5-83 Heavyweight Football 7. YRDAT ANNli FELMER PZlgIllll'l0ll5 zznzl Flirtations. 311 If. Hgts. Blvd.3 General Course-3 Iflyrian Staff 3-63 Leaders' Group 4-83 lllacllowell Chorus 1, 21 Glee Club 33 jr. A Cappella 4-63 Sr. A Cappella 7, 83 Sapientes 4-63 lflfnsemble Franeias 6-B3 Booster's Club 63 Athletic "E", Friendship Club 1, 2, 5, 7, 83 All- Star Basketball 63 Basketball 2-83 Volleyball 1-73 Play "Growing Pains"3 National Honor S. FRANCIS PETER fiERHARDINGER Frank, Personable Gentleman. R.D. 1, Box 69, Oberlin, Ohiog General Courseg Blonitor 5-7. Tlzirtytfzco 1938 R1"1'11 l'.1.1,1-:N 111121112 Rl'.K'ffIll, l:IlI'II4'.Vf, Cfwlztfe. 3110 l'lllI'llZlL'L' St.: Cieuerail Course: -leffersoii -lr. High 1-2. S1111z1,1aY Al.xx1: Gui-:'1'z SiIIl'f'l'1', Jolly, Gr111'1'f11f. 125 'llzuuiery St.: Geuerzil Coursey l"1'ie11dship 5-9. Mixiuw l'iI,lZ.Xl!li'l'll cilI,.XlURli 1lIi,1'1'lli1"1'ul1.v, lfrvrf, Guy. 4 188 liell Ave.: Cieueral Course: jefferson hlr. High 1, 2: Hiking 1, 23 Volleyball 1-43 1'i1'lt'llllSlllP Club 5-S: Spanish Club fm-3. l':I.l?.-XNOR H. Chuiaok l E11fll11.i'i11.vii1', lllllll0I'0ll.V, Uenifif. 216 lvolf Ct.: Coiuiuereial Course: Fiieiidship Club 3-Sq Volley- ball 1, 3, 5, 7: Baseball 2, 4, Im, S: Basketball 2, 4, 6, S: Athletic 1 "lf", lA'2lll0l'S' Group 7-S. l l'iR.XNClfS Chueif Givzcx l l"l1n-loviiliy, Uvllwrnllx, Cfum!-l111n1orf'11'. 234 Clflllllllblil Ave.: cil'IN'l'Zll Coursey l'il'iCllllSl1lP Club 1, 2, 5-H3 llaellowcll Chorus 1-4: Glcc Club 55 Sr. A Cappella 6-83 Volley- ball 3-53 I.ll3l'1lI'j' Ass'r. 5-S: lfreucli Club 6-S. Aoxizs lxxics fiR.Xll.X.Xl 1'lIllll.YiIlfl, l111lrfn'1111w1f. Cfoml. 121 l':11'k1'iew Ct.: Cieiieral Courseg llaellowell Chorus 1-2: filee Club 31 jr. A Cappella Choir 4-63 Sr. A Cappella Choir 7-SQ Spanish Club lm-S. C.-1141. l,. fiI.lZ,XSUN C'Olll'fl'lIll.Y, Lil'r'fJl1l1'. U1'11fl1'l1111l1ly. 1017 lfast Aung Cieueral Coursey l'il'USl1Ill2lIl lfootball 1 3 l'il'L'Sl1lNZll1 'liraelc 2: Liglitweigllr lfootball 3. 4: Hezlvyweigllt lfootball 7: S11 Hi-Y 7, S. - if M.-un' .Io.xN Gian' l 1 1l1llI1l1l'l'lj', .lllA'f, f:l'I1t'i0Il.1'. q Phillips Ct.: General Course: .Ieffersou tlr. High 1. 2: l'lI'lL'11ilSlllI1 Club 3-85 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 7: Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Basketball 2, 4, fi, S3 Athletic "lin: l1C2l1l0l'Sl Group 5-S. R1e11.-1R11 li. cil,0VI5R R-1'flllllit'Ilf, l'Jflfl4'1', f,l'lIt'I'0IlA'. 511 VVest Ave.: ci0llt'I'1ll Course: Hi-Y 3-4. Xvll.I.l.XlNl l31'R'i'oN fiRITI?NllIZRGl3R llvillllillfj 1fm'll1'lm' nf Uris-zrolzl. llriswohl R1l,. R.l".lJ. 3: General Course. 'I'lliI'fj'flll'l't' 1.- l - j5',l , I IAQ 'I ',,' 2 , A. R1c11.xR1m GREENE ,fficvzyx l'l'!l.TOlIK gl'Il'Z'l'!.1'. 236 Oxford Avcng Fdotball .pg Spanish Club 6, 7. IJORIS MAE GRIZENIE 1Jl'f7t'lIIllIll!I', fllozlrsf, U1'111'ro11s. R.D. 1, Fast River St.g Commer- cial Course. IJ0N.A11,1J R01zE1zT flL'NDER , 1' Dfbafing, Rrrkozzirzy, Grnifll. . . , 'Y I32 bchool St.g General Coursek' Pres. of Projcctionist Club 5, 6f 75 Class Play. 'N 'LN XR XYIVIAN IC1.1zA1xETH fll.'THNIAN IY1'l'AYlfill' l'III'7l!'A'f girl. 710 Foster Ava-.5 Gem-ral Courscg Volleyball 3, SQ l'il'll'lNlSl1lD 1-2 5-83 llI:1clJ!owccll Chorus I-2' Ulm' Club 3-5. 1 v ,ARTHL R I1lfR0Y clWVIN Jlrrl, Lilmbfr, Gf'nz'ro11.v. 14,7 Corm-ll AVL-.3 U 0 ll c r al Course-g Hi-Y 2-7. -fi' 1938 ARTH111 M. Hx.-xc rffrrf, fllorlrst, Hozlrxf. R. D. 3, lflyliag C01u111c1'Cl:1l Course. INIZNNETH l,YI.IZ H.x1-xs IXVlIIl'l'iS1I, Lr1rl'i.vl1, llrlpfwy. R.D. 2Q General Course. -I011N A. H.x1,ES Jnzuzty, ,ilfwzyx lziglz-sfvirifwl. 1005 VVcst Ava-.3 cll'lll'l'?ll Course-3 Hi-Y 5, 6. R,x1,1'H lf. H,xNc0cK Robusl, ETFI' fllll'I'-filly. 429 Earl Ct.g Rllllllllll Arts Course. lJ01.0R1ss l'lll,ElZN HANEY Dainty, Effifiwzf lf1'ff1w'. 427 lfirst l'la1-cg Li0lllll1K'l'l'l2ll Courscg llzlcllowcll Chorus 1-43 Ofhcv 7-S5 Spanish Club 6-8. -gg: ,Laing ' yl,IiI'fj'f0lll , Q v - P wfjf.. glen lillu wr 7' .., -N!! wk- Qs Xl-ix -' HIaI.I2N VIRGINIA Il,IRIxIs llvaftlly, liifjifllllf, Ilamly. Stop 80, Oberlin Rd.y General Coursey Sr. l"I'ieIIIlship 2. l'il,l.SVVOR'l'H HoRACI2 H.Axw'I'IIoIxNIz ElIf!'l'1lliIIiIIy!j' lnlllzllm' hunlor. 905 VVest Ave.y clCl1Cl'Zll Coursey Light Squzul 4, 7y l,ibI':1ry Ass't 6, Rosls IC. llEI.YlES RI'.I'pf'I'ff'n', l'iIl!'lIl'A'f, llourxt. 225 Beech St.: Comme rei ill Course. H.xRoI.o C. H ITNRY f,0l101'1lflf1', I,'o1m'1'1'1Iti+z'4' ll11I'tlI'r. 1 . w y 321 ltzlst liridge bt.: in e I1 e r a l Coursey ,lll'1lCli xl-4. JACK l'lliRl'I'.XGlZ .l11.vf, Ho ll oral1lr'. 4170 Coluinbus St.: U e ll e I' :I l Coursey ll2lSlil'fl'71lll 2-4. 1938 ICLE.-xNoR V. HIGGINS Engaginy, Iyi1'Ill'i0llX, llapfry. SII Bond St.y General Coursey jefferson -Tr. High I, 2Q Friend- ship Club 5-8. I-fLEANoR IVIARJORIE HIGHGATI2 EIIgFl', fllzlximl, flnrmonious. 623 East Ave.y General Coursey Volleyball I, 2Q lllacllowell Chorus I-35 Glee Club 4, 5g Jr. A Cappella 6, 7Q Friendship Ljlllb I-8, jonx FosTIrR HINES .lo-vial, 1'll'il'lII1!-V, llardy. II6 VVurst Ct.y Ueiieral Coursey Football I, 3, 5g lX'IoIIitoI' 3, 5, 6. x BII.I. L.. HoIaII,I, 1:'rI.vl1f11f, I4l0lIgt'lIi1lf, llzlpfry. 426 Oxford Ave.y lllzuiual Arts C ourse. lJ.Xl,lZ RLf'I'III:RIfoIzD Hooixx 1Jl'ft'I'lIliIll'11 rezl-heuzl. R.1".D. 33 General Coursey liasketball IQ 'lil'2lCl'i 75 Football II-8. ?,JT-' x 1.1 ' ' 4 .2 W , ,. -7 ..e.:: 1 nv: Ill 1 mu I l ' 'I 'I ll1jl'fj'fIt7'l' - 95? A 1938 IJOROTHY CARRoI.I, HoI,I.1DAY Dreamy, CH7'Ff1l1, Hilrlrious. .IISI Longfellow Ave., General Course, Herald Staff 7. 1 HARRIS RICHARD HL'DSl1N 2.111111115012112 RI'.f!ll'7'IY1, Humrzn. l 346 Columbia Aye., General Course, Hi-Y 3-8, Track 2, 4, 63 Airplane Club I, 21 Freshman Club I, 2. CHARLES HoovER Ijllllilflfllblf, II1lll1OI'ilIg. 359 Gulf Rcl.g General Courseg Football llanager I-3, Kfonitor 5. PHYI,I.Is EI.A1NE lcmzs Pefifr, Iiilyllgiilg, Illllllllflllllff. li 603 Locli St.g General Coursey lirienclship 3-9, Volleyball I-S3 Basketball I-8. ROBERT HoI'IqINs Rrsrrwfl, llrlpful. R.U. 2, Elyria, Uhiog General Course. V fiYVlZNDOI.YNN BIARIE IRVIN I Grnfious, fllusiml, Iznaginfzfiw. Q17 Garford Ave., General Couiiseg Leaders' Group 5-83 Sr. A Cappella Choir 6-83 Orchestra I-33 Friendship I, 2, 7, 8: Volley- ball I-Sg Basketball 5, 6, National Honor 8. EI.IzARETH ANNE HoRNYAK Earnest, fllrrt, Ilonest. R.D. 3, Elyria, Ohio, General Course, jefferson tlr. High I-2Q Girl's Glee Club I-25 Baseball 41 Voleyball 55 Basketball 5, Extemp. Speaking 4,5 Library Assistant 7g Elyrian Staff 7-S. EDWARD S. .l'ANOVV1CZ Esrrenzed, Shy, Just. 4.25 Fifteentli St.g General Course. l':STI-IFR KAY HoRwITz Erltlzllsirlslir, 1X'l':"ll, Iligh Sjririfwl. 120 Grant St., Commercial Courseg Volleyball I-33 Basketball I-33 Friendship 3, 4, 7, 85 L'Ensemble Francais 3-6g Kloyie Asst. 3, 4.3 Library Asst. 5-6. g LL'CIl'S JENKINS, JR. Lively, .lflllilf-1'. III Hazel St.g General Course. K I hirtg six I 6 D311 A 4-as . . 71" 'lillfl . 5 ,yy ff ' ,,, i I ,. ni -E, A 5-fl'dllk r Y -A-F . AN 1938 fir l3AR1mR.1x KIAY .liixxlxos Hlithr, fllodest, Jowirzl. 1411 lllicldle Ave.: General Courseg Volleyball 2-4.3 Friemlship Club I-2, Spanish Club 6: Chorus I-2. XV.-WNE S. Jovi.-ui U'ir1', SfII17i'lIl'f, .111l1iI11nf. 205 Cornell Are.: General Courseg Heavyweiglit Football 3, 5, 7. C11,-uz1.Es XV.-NI.I.IF .loHNsoN LllllIXiI1c"I'!Ifc". lfvillllillfl. .1o11rl111fi.vti1'. 167 l"airlawn Ave.: General Course, Hi-Y 1, 2. Rosie RI.-XRIE ANN KAISFR RlIl'l'l'1' .llo11rnful. .llfvfzys Kind. IIS Lincoln Ct.g Coimnereial Courseg jefferson glr. High 1, 23 lfrienalsliip Club 4, 5. IJoN,u.n M. llonxsox Delibrrrzfr, illrzmzrrly, Jolly. 167 l'lairlau'n Are.: General Courseg Hi-Y 3, 4. H.-XZEI. RIAE KAL'1-'1fx1,xN lfrulrly .llisr III' Ihr' Keylloard. 604 Lake Ave.g General Coursey fefferson Jr. High I, 25 Friend- ship Club 4, 5, 7, 8. RICHARD VV. Aloxns Ronstrrizzg, Ififfy, Jfsfing. 548 Lodi St.: General Coursey jr. Hi-Y 4, 5. RLTH C. K1z1.1.1NG Rrfrexlling, Crzrrfrrr. Kern. ll.1.l VVest 1Ave.g General Course, Baseball 2, 4, 65 Basketball 2, 4, 65 Volleyball 1, 3, 5: Tennis 3, SQ Leaders' Group 4-83 Athletic "ling lC.H.S, llfonogranig Athletic Activities Pin. SHIQRA1.-xx C,n'woo1i .loxns 1' 0I'fi7'l'. C1l'lIf!l'1llIIllfl', .lor11l111'. S . llj Oberlin Rd.: General Course. r 5 f l11121.x1.x B. lXl?I.I.Y ylII!X'llfi'Z'l' 1gI'11IIl'fff', IX'i5NlIlJf!'. 435 XVest lfiglith St.g General Coursey Friendship 1-35 Volleyball 1. E-.sg E f . - 'X I ll l 'll,lil'fAl'.Yl'7't'lI 73.1 - . 'lllll Y ,. iml ll I 7. 111 F? 7.,.-.ff ' 11 ' ' A4 47,17 , Y 1 ,111 if 1 1 7 ,L THoA1,-xs A. KI?I.I,X' 7ll'1l5l'I'. .11-zzvlys Kimi. 500 Park Ave.g cllCllt'I'2ll Conrseg jr. Hi-Y 1-45 Sr. Hi-Y 5-8. J. H.-111111.11 Kmn' Jorulnr, Iformvf, 1K'1I0'1l'ilIg. 174 Pasadena Ave.g General Course: Band 3-83 Orehestra 63 -lr. A Cappella 55 Sr. A Cappella 6-8. l'l.'XROLD 'ltIIIZODORl? limo, -IR. llarzl, Trlrklilzg find. 140 Longfellow Ave.g G e ll e r al Conrseg Heavyweight Football 3, 5, 75 l'lI'i'Sl1IllZll'I Football 1 g lfresb- 1111111 'llraek 1, 2Q Reserve Basket- ball 4. M.-1Ro.11z1s'1' ANN Ii1.1'o1' A7l1Ilflil'lIfj', fIffl'Ill'fi'I'!', KlIll'Zi'l1!ff. 5211 l"ifteentl1 St. 3 General Course. IJ.-XVID l,1zMo1'N1z liN12R11zx IJl'l'IIIllj', Liyllt-fzmrtrzl, Arillll. I26 P:11'lc1'1ew Ct. 5 G e ll e 1' al Course. ?i':lg"i" xr- diff' C. dk, X- 1938 M11.11111211 E1.1zA111zT11 lio1..xR114 rllusirimz, Effifirzzl. Kind. 317 Bell Ave.g C 0111 111 e re i al Course: Ufliee Ass't IQ Library Ass't 4-8: Frie111lsl1ip Qllllb 4, 71 Herald Staff 73 Volleyball 1-83 Basketball 1-85 National Honor 8. jonx liokx.-1 just Il Qlmlyl Killer. R.D. 82, lflyriag llannal Arts Course: Varsity lfootball 5-7. Al.llIER1' Aon lios1oR1514 1111 hir Ylll0llffl1fA' are Kem. 1256 Fast River St.: General Coursey Projeetionist Club 1-4, 7-85 l,orain High, l,orain, Ohio. ICAR1. R. KRl'GNI.-XX 1fIlI'11f'A'f, Rf'gll!IlI', 1X,!'f'1I. 519 VVooldlancl Ave.: General Course: Noon lllovie Helper 3-8: -Iefferson -lr. High School 1-2. -loHN L.-1N11ER, jk. Just, Le+z11'l-llezlrlwl. Il3Q lfast River St.: Ll0Illll1l'l'ClIll Course. l'l1irtyr1gl1t R1'r11 JIRXNNE LECVRG Rmzly, Just LIlIl.l'lil'l'. 12.1. Chase St.3 General Course. HELEN lloizorrn' l,I?llM.-KN 11flflf7.1', 1J!'ji,1l'I'I1f4'. Lil'ml1lr'. 405 Louisiana Ave.: General Ll0lll'Sl'Q l"1'ienclsl1ip 5-83 Ofhee 1, 2, 71 Basketball 23 Volleyball I-23 .I-0l:l-0l'S0ll -lr. High School 1-2. Bovxrox LERSCH lfoyixll foolizzg. 231 Columbus St. 3 Gene ral Ll0lll'Sl'j Hi-Y 43 llonitor 5-7. lVu.1.1.xA1 lJ0l'GI,.-XS LIESCIIIZR Uvorlflly. 1Df1.Y1liIIfj 1.0-z'1'r. 1 , - 1 1 725 lxast lxirer bt.3 Cy e n e r al Course. ll.-KRl,l?NlZ KI. l.II,l,lEY Drlmw' fllerrily fllfllllyll Life. 14,18 lfast Ave.: General Courseg l'll'll'llllSl1lD Club 1, 33 Spanish Club 6, 71 Volleyball 1-7: Hase- ball 2-73 liasketball 1-33 E.H.S. lxI0ll0g'l'!lll1Q Hikingg Volleyball Numeral. 1938 ,IEANNE l':II,EIZN l,1Nns1xY fusf ElI1Nf'3'.S'l-1' Lively. 602 VVQ-st Ave.3 General Course Norwalk High School, Norwalk Ohio 4. DoRoT1-nf fiENE LINGlZNFl?I.TliR Difigenf, C:l'!Il'i01l.V, Loyal. 154 Oak St.3 General Course3 Library Ass't. 5-83 I1,P:llSCl11bl0 Francais 5-83 Friendship Club 3-83 Friendship Cabinet 7, 8. ALICE SOPHIA ANNE L1Ns1-:Y 1'1liC'llj'.V xhe arts lrzffy-like. 433 VVest River St.3 Gene ral Courseg jefferson jr. High 1, 2. EDNA V1o1.,x I,oTTM.-WN Er1e1'g1'Iir, V1'1'i1li1'1lf, Lilwzllzfe. East River Rd., R.D. IQ General Coursey Olliee Ass't. 5-83 Cafe- teria Asslt. 5-63 Leaders' Group 6-83 l'lriendship Club 7-83 Athletic "Eng Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Basket- ball 1, 3, 5, 73 'llennis 5, 73 Base- ball 2, 4, 6, 83 Hikes 1-8. Louis I,ouLE, jk. Lively, Liglzr-llearfefl. R.F.IJ. 33 Scientific Courseg lVIonitor 6-7. ' 1 1 T 5 X Ki ngs' I ll l W X 7 C 1 incl ll It 7lllfI'fj'1liI1!' u -- ,Qu-as . 1, r v 1938 lx1ARG.-XRET HI. LIIGAS fllflmlerly, fllirllzfuf, Lerzrrzezl. 1818 llidle Ave.3 Commercial Course: Volleyball 1, 3. 5: Basket- ball 2, 4., 63 Baseball 2, 4.3 Tennis 5, 73 Leaders' Group 4.-7: library Ass't. 3-63 Olliee Ass't. 71 Friendship Club 5-73 Friendship Club Cabinet 7, 83 Class Playg National Honor fm-8. 'THRU E1,1z,i1n21'H IXICLEAN Tolerant in Every flfrlnner. 530 East Ave.: Commercial Courseg Friendship Club 3-4: Leaders' Groupg Volleyball 1-73 Basketball 1-63 Tennis 3. 5. EL1z.x 1112111 JAN E l,1'M1,Ev Earnest, Juxf, Lrzzlylilv. 121 Beverly Ct.3 General COLIYSCQ Volleyball 1 3 Swimming 21 Intramural Basketball 33 Friendship Club 7, 83 Klaclloyvell Chorus 1, 23 lllargaretta High School, Castalia, Ohio 3, 4. XIORIS IJ.-XLE lx'IClxIlI,LEN Very IDf'fc"l'lIIiI1l'l1 flfale. 519 Furnace St.3 General Course3 Breckenridge High, Detroit, lllichigan 3. lvl.-XRI.-KN E. I1YNI.KY fllisvlziewozzx, Enllzusiastiv, Lisxome. 509 Dewey Ave.3 General Course. LUIS sllf.-XNNE llICf2L'ISTlUN Lovelv, joking IlI11n1"selle". Leaders' Group 7-8. DICK LYS.-xol-11' 1Jf?l1IOl'7'!lfil', Lively. 513 Cleveland St.: General Courseg Jr. Hi-Y 3. XV.fiNo,x N. lXIcRo1anRTs Wr1f'1fl-l1f'ar'tf'1l, Nrzifve, fllirthful. DoN.fi1.n lxICC.'Xl.l.lSTl2R Diligrnr, Il Iruzrlfjwzlzlr. Staff 83 lylonitor S. IQIZNNIETH N. RIACK Knnfvish, Neat, fllffek. Glee Club 23 jr. A Cappellla Choir 5. "' 1 M, 1 -f r .. x-' f 4 15. vm! if fisks II.l, Artemas Ct.3 General Course: Basketball 1-S: Volleyball 1-S. Hiking 7-S3 Ping llong 7-83 Tennis 73 Baseball 1-33 Senior Friend- ship 1-2, 7-83 F.H.S. lxI0l10gI'2lH1I Athletic E3 Pin and Guard: 365 Columbus St.3 Commercial Courseg Friendship Club 3, 4. 7, 8. ..1.06iVV00tll2lllll Ave.: General Course3 -lr. Hi-Y 3, 43 Herald 184.0 llliddle Ave.3 Commercial Courseg B0y's Chorus 1, 43 l3oy's Forty 1938 Y1c'1'oR .ll'l.lZ BLXIDIEN lvllhllllf. Juxi, Jlozfexl. 14.8 Clinton Ave.: Classical Course: Hi-Y 6-S3 Basketball 3. 43 Varsity Basketball 7, S: 'liennis 7: Klonitor 3-S3 Sapientes 7, 53. Ro111:R'r XV11.1,1.xx1 31.111511 Rolmrt, Uvilliny, .lI11xterf11l. loo Longloril Ave.: General Course: Hi-Y I--1.1 l"reshn1an Foot- ball 1 3 laglitweiglit Football 3, 5 Q Varsity Football 75 Basketball SQ lllonitor 71 Light Squad 4.-6. Cl..-111.-x lxI.XKRL'SKI f,'rn1.vizli'1'11f4'fy fllifzf. H10 Clevelanil St.: Householil Arts Course: llacllowell Chorus 1 2 Girliill ' ' 1 ' ' ll 1 1 X ee Llub 3, 4: Jr. A Cappella 5, I 3 br. A Lappe a 7, H: Volleyball 1-5. Nieuoi..-is P. lXI.xRs1co Nwez' Patiwzt. Jlzavirrzf. 520 lfast River St., General Course: liand 1-S3 Spanish Club 6-8. l,.Xl'l, H. M.x1.1zxc111x1 ljflflllfllf, llr1m1xon14', 1ll1111fy. 130 Harrison Ave.: Scientific Coursey -lr. Hi-Y 3, 4.3 Sr. Hi-Y 5-85 lfreslunan Football 1 3 Heavyweiglit Football 35 Tennis 5, 75 Spanish Club 6-N. H.xz121, l,o1'1s1i xl.-XR'l'IN lll'lf7fl1I, I.ifn'l'11f, 1lle11if1lfiQ'0. 4.19 XVest River St.g Conuuercial Courseg jefferson -lr. High l-2Q Basketball 1 3 Volleyball 1 1 Klaellowell Chorus 31 Glee Club 4., 55 Cafeteria Helper 7, 8: Herald Stall 7. ANN M.-x1.1c1c flfllialuff' 11li.v.v. 7 104 Xkooilbury St.: Coniniercial Course: Klacllowell Chorus 1-4.3 Girls' Ulee Club 5, 6: -lr. :X Cappella 7. sl. R1eH.x1u1 fXI.x'1'1-11s .lexfi11g. Rz'xflr'xx, 1llliXt'llil'7'0llA'. 513 l,omli St.: General Course: .lellerson tlr. High 1-2: .Ir. Hi-Y 3-Img Sr. Hi-Y 7: Herald Stall 7. lXI.XRG.XRIZ'l' IC. M.-xasii fllifzl, Ever 1l1tlI1IH'I'lj'. 4.60 XVest liightli St.: General Courseg ,lelierson xlr. High 1-2: Basketball 1-S1 Volleyball 1-S5 Hiking 3-83 l'ing Pong 4, 6, S5 'l'ennis 5, 71 Baseball 1-111 Sr. l"1'iemlsl1ip 3-Hg l'xI'll'llllSllll1 Cabinet 7, 85 lC.H.S. Klonogranig Athletic MICH. -losizl-11 j. Miziziuzk folly, .l11.vf, Jlanly. 210 VV1-st River St.: General Courseg lllovie Crew 3-S: Herahl Staff 7. I"nrfyrnl4' 14,171 E 4 'fi-1 7 ,,,' J. ,gy f f fi . 71: : --v.,-,J ,I il , " 4- QU asf -' vg- y ,-4 fx. f ...X ,, .. . .ANNA KI,-xii BIIZIZKS fllrrf, .lllf1if1I'II!j', illilfl. 761 lfast Ave. 5 C o 1n m e 1' c i al Course5 lfrienilship Club I-23 Volleyball IQ Library Asst 7. AANDRIZXV B. IXI121,1m1u'A1 flllliflllff, 1f1'r11't'011'l1l fllan. 233 Bath 8t.5 Ge11eral Courseg Airplane Club 5, 6. Roincar kllllDlES'I'lZR lb1l?RI2DI'l'Il Rog11i.s'l1, Canrlizl. fllelorlious. 134 lf. Hgts.5 Scientific Course-5 Players' Club 5-85 liltlll Club 45 Xvest Higli, Clevelanil, Ohio 1-35 Boy's Chorus 45 jr. A Cappella Choir 5-85 "The Bishop blis- behavesu 5 "Growing Pains" 5 Class Play5 National Honor Society 8. XV1N11-'alzn A1.1c12 IXIERIZDITH lllllflll-lIl'lll'fl'l1, Jillfefic, .lIedil11Ii111'. 154 Clark 8t.5 kiC'llK'l'1ll Co11rse5 Volleyball 1-85 Basketball 1-85 Leaders' Group 7-85 lfrientlship 1-45 Players' Cl11b 6-85 'liennis 5-85 Baseball 1-85 National Honor Society 8. M1-x1z1oN l,. NI1aR'1'z Pllllllllff, 1,il'1'nl1fe, PlllliI1l'Illj'. R.l".lJ. 35 Commercial Courseg Ohhce 7, 8. Wm 1938 lC1,1z.-x1z12T11 Al.-XXI? M11.1.1zR If.vf1ifirr1fi11g, .,07'il1!, illrlyfllelir. R.IJ. 2, lflyria5 Classical Courseg Lati11 Club 4-85 Leaders' Group 6-85 National Honor Society 6-85 Hiking 1-85 Swinimingg 25 Volley- ball 3, 5, 75 Basketball 4, 6, 85 Baseball 4, 6, 85 Cafeteria Helper 75 Players' Club 7-85 "Growing Painsl'5 Friendship Club 5-85 lfxteniporaneous Speaking Squad 45 Athletic Ulf". NANCY lXI11.1.ER Jvllfllflllfj' illirfhflzl. 146' Harrison St. 5 General Course5 liriendship Club 1-85 Friendship Cabinet 3, 45 Leaders' Group 4-85 National Ho11o1' Society 6-85 Yiee l'res. jr. Class5 Vice Pres. Sr. Class5 Glee Club 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 85 'liennis 75 Ping Pong 4, 65 Base- ball 4, 65 Latin Club 42 Play "Growing Pains"5 lilitllhlllfflll 85 Athletic "l'l"5 Athletic Activities Pin anal Guartl. UoN.x1,n H. RI1Tc11121.1. 1Jl'l'!lIIIj', llafwjwy-gri-l1n',l'j'. fl 1isf'l1i1'f11o11.v. 331 VVest Riyer St. Ge ll e 1' al Course. hvIRG!NI.X Mn' IXIo111:x1.xN fiigoroux, ,llnxr H1l'I'l'j'. 361 Columbus 8t.5 General Course: lfrientlship Club 4-8: Volleyball 1, 3. 5, 75 'llcnnis 1, 3, 5, 75 Leaders' Group 7, 85 Sr. 'X Cappella 7, 85 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Library Ass't. 7, 85 fllacliowell Chorus 1. 21 Glee Club 3, 45 hlr. A Cappella 5, 65 Ping Pong. k,I,lVI5R H. IXlooN Ollliging, lleffwflzf, llliffl. R.U. 1, Abbe Rd.: General Course5 Brooksitle lligh, Lorain. Ohio. Jjpiuk Y lvllffhl I2 0 l.l.0YD AI.-x.x11c:s IXIoR'sE I.i,l'l'llll!t', fesfful, Jlerry. 124 lllenilel Ct.: General LlOllI'SL'Q tlefferson Jr. High 1, 2. Ro111sR'1' IJ. lloss R1'l1o1L'11nl, 1J1lf5f7t'I', 1l1i1'4'l1i4'1'ol1x. 316 V2 Sixth St. 3 Seientilie Course: l.atin Club 3, 43 lflfriseiiible l'il'1lllCZllS 3-83 lflyrian Staff 5-83 Herald Stall 72 Klonitor 2-43 I lhotograpllers' Club 7. IAJRIENZ Alionx Mowizi' Ligllt-f1z'111'If'zl, Jolly, lllusirzzf. 1 lj Charles Ct. 3 Seientilie Cburseg .Ir, Hi-Y 1-33 lianml 1-S3 Kloni- tor 71 Orchestra 3-3. .low lXIl'RR.XY .l1111i1'io11,1'. 1llo1I1'1'f1f1'. 434 XV. Sixth St. General QYOIIYSUQ l'il'lt'llilSllll1 Club 1-4. lJoNN.x Rl"l'll IXIYERS Dninly, Rfmly for illirfll. 168 Kaiser Ct.3 General Courseg l"1'ie1ulsl1ip Club 1-S3 Volleyball 1, 3, SI Basketball 2, 43 Spanish Cl11b 5-S3 fllaellowell Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 5 3 ilr. A Cap- 1938 RUTH l':VlEI.YN RIYERS Reliable, I'illt'I'fjl'fi4' lllaid. 840 Bond St.: General QYOUTSCQ jefferson -lir. High I-23 Volleyball 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 5, 63 Herald Staff 7 3 Friendship Club 7, 8g Cafeteria Helper 73 Ofliee Asslt. 23 Ping Pong 63 Sapientes Club 4-63 Boosters' Club 5. ANNE M. N.fxs1'1,xK Jfffzble, 41ll'lIif!lfi'l'l', .Xv0lIl',I!I!IllIl'. 1240 Prospect St. 3 G e ll e r al Courseg Volleyball 73 lfriendship Club 7, 8. HELEN IC1.1z11E'r11 N.-xL'G111'oN llojwfzzl. Ifarzzext. Nui-ve. KD. 3, lflyria 3 Comm e r e i al Course 3 Sr. A Cappella Choir 5-8 3 Orchestra 1-83 F1'ie11dship Club 3, 4, 7, 83 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Basketball 2, 4, 6, S3 'liennis 3, 5, 73 Base,-bgill 2, 4, 6, 83 Leaders, Group 7-83 jr. A Cappella Choir 5-63 Glee Club 3-43 Klaellowell Chorus 1-23 Athletic "lf"3 Olliee Ass't.3 Ping Pong 4, 6, S3 jeffer- son -Ir. High 1, 23 Playersl Club 7, 8. xv,-XI.'I'IiR A. NIISGOWSKI lfY0!',l'f'I', Jfvrt, .Nl1lfI1I'Ilf. 1810 YVest Ave.: General Course. l.o1s lxIII.DRI?D NIEVINS Lilwzl for fllorlwsfy mul .Nlllflll'Il1llf'KX. 323 North St.3 General Course3 lfrienclship Lilllb 3, 4, 7, 8 3 Leaders' Gro11p 7, 83 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 Volleyball 3, 5, 73 Baseball 4, 6, pella 6. 72 Ping Pong 63 Boosters' 83 Athletic "l'f"3 Klaellowell C lllb S- Chorus 1-4. grills ' I ' 215515. - I ozlyflznw g-- Gs- av 5: Qc? - 1938 Ross fiEORGE NEXX'l?l.I, RI'IlI1-1' Good jvllfllfmnll. 248 Stanford Ave.3 General Course. li12TT1E U1'1fnR lfzzxy, Cl11l'1lil'I1f. 1024 VVest Aye.3 General Course. IJOIAGI..-XS M. N1cHo1,s Diligenl, fllifzl, Avflblf. 1815 lfast A1'e.3 ciCllCl'2ll Cou1'se3 Airplane Club V33 'liraek 5, 63 Lightweight Football 5. .ADEI.IA FR.f1NeEs f3ZKIINSKI .ltlzlrfify I'lI'iI'I1l1lj', Urrlerly. 330 Prospect St.3 General C0lll'SCQ Sr. Frienclship Club 1-83 blac- Uowell Chor11s 43 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Basketball 3, 5, 71 Hiking 73 lf.H.S. RI0l10g1l'2l!11Q Leaders, Group 6-S3 Sr. A Cappella Choir 6-83 'liennis 3, 5, 71 Sapientes 4. Rosn RI.-1RY fylJONNEI,I. Rigorous fllerry fllakm'--O' dear. 402 llliclclle Aye.3 General C0lIl'Si'Q Volleyball 1, 3, 63 Basketball 2, 4, 63 Friendship I-23 Swimming 4. Alonx II-xL1K foffy, Pofiie. 127 lllendle Ct.3 lllanual Arts COUTSCQ Radio Club 7. .lL'1.1ANN.x IXIAR14 01,41-1 .l0Ill'l1llH.Vfil', illaizlrzzly. Orrzforirnl. 332 lVest River St.3 Commercial COIIYSCQ l"rienalship 7-83 lleralml Staff 73 Leaders' Group 7-83 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 71 Baseball 2, 4. 613 Basketball 3, 5, 71 Tennis 73 Rlaellowell Chorus 1, 23 Glee Club 3, 43 lfxtemp. Speaking 43 Ping Pong 6-83 Hiking 5-3. AIARGARET PAP1' 47'IIIlIlll'l'lj', Pfnfifl. 348 Vulcan St.3 General Courseg Volleyball 33 Basketball 3, 4.3 Rlacllowell Chorus IQ Friendship Club 6-S3 Baseball 2. lgIZ'l"1'l3 ju.-xx 01.111-'11f1,D lfl'1l1lfl'0ll.Y, .Ill-1'-fillf, Ubfiging. 217 lfurnaee St.: General C0llI'SC'3 .leffersoii jr. Hig'a 1. 22 Basket- ball 1, 3, 5, 73 Volleyball 1, 3 5, 71 Baseball 1, 21 Hiking 3-73 lfrienclship Club 3-63 lllaellowell Chorus 1-53 l'i.ll.S. flloiioggrain. li.1x'rH12R1N E P.fXXYI.lKOXYSKY Kind, 1,l'IIl'fitYll. 124 Garvin Aye.3 General C0ll1'Sl'3 -lefferson tlr. High 1, 21 X olley- ball 1. 2, S, 7- Forlyfo 111 1 9 3 8 fXI.fxRc12Rr :Xxx P12x1u21zT11Y J 1 ,1I0l'l'0T'l'I' ,1f1fn'11fi11f1fj' lvfitf. 521 Park Plaee5 General Course: tlr. l71'iemlsl1ip Club 1-2: Sr. l"rien1lship Club 3-S5 Sr. lfrieiiilsliip Cabinet 5, 435 lioostc-r's Club f15Yolleyball 7. NI.-XRG.-XRIET D 121.1G11'r P1TK1N fllrfk, Drlighffzll, Polifr. 176 Rath St.: General Course: Jefferson Ir. High 1, 25 lfriendsliip Club 5-85 Library Ass't.5 Volleyball 1. I Joy.-x 1,11 B. l7l3RClV.X 1. 1JI'1'lllllj', Hfifhz' Playboy. 433 Kenyon Ave.5 Comniereial Courseg jr. Hi-Y 2-35 Sr. Hi-Y 4-55 Liglitweiglit Football 3-6. INI.-un' RIARC.-XRET P1..-is ,llIIIlIl1t'I't'I1, ,lIIIiIll'll1j', 1'r111'!irr1I. 111 lfloral Ct.: Comniereial Course5 .lefferson High 1, 25 Hiking 1, 2, 75 Volleyball 3, 55 Basketball 4, 63 Baseball 55 Glec Club 1, 25 lllaellowell Chorus 3-55 E.H.S. lllonogramg Herald Stall 7. BEN A. P11-x1f1f Brrrzy Jtlzlrir, Pnpzzlnr. 245 Kenyon Arc-.5 General Coursey Track 4, fm, S5 Football 3, 5, 75 Basketball 3-8. NICK AI. Poiqm Allllllfflf, Jolly, Plmszzfzi. R.D. 3, Itlyriag General Loursc-5 lraek 3-85 Hoy s Lhorusg -lr. A Cappellag Sr. A Cappella5 Football 3. ROBERT Ifxzxx llHl?l.l'S Rrlirllzle, Elll'l'fjl'fil', l,IlI1t'fl1II1. 511 Cleveland St.5 Scientific Courseg Spanish Club 7, 85 Players' Club 5-35 Hi-Y 2, 55 Track 6, S. AN NA R 1'TH PROVOZNIK fllllilllllf, R1'+z'rrrnr, Puzzrlurzl. R.U. 3, lflyria5 General Courseg .leH'erson -lr. High l-23 Volley- ball 5. B1a'1"1'x' A11.1212N Piifmz Bmzny, ,1i!rm'Iiw. Ijlflliillfj. ,HQ l'figl1tl1 St.: Commercial Course: Sr. l"1'iemlsl1ip Club 1-85 Sr. l"rie111lsl1ip Cabinet 6-85 llaeliowell Chorus 31 Volleyball 3, 5, 75 Basketball 3, 5, 71 Hiking 3-S5 Herald Staff 71 'lleaeher's S:-eretary 75 lC.H.S. llonogram. ICVIELYN AI.-XRY l,Yl?CRUFT ffzzgagizzg, J lllillfllf-1'. Pfmsmzt. 130 Clark St.5 Con1111ereial Courseg l"riendsl1ip Club 1, 2, 5, 65 Volleyball IQ Herald Staff 7. l'l0l'fj'f7"l' ' Amid- .- f M . 1 QQ '- 1 fa 5 ' H1-1Ro1,p C.1R1. R.Kl'll.XITl, ll0lIl'Xf, f1v0lll'fl'011.V, Rt'!j1lI!lI'. 1122 Dewey Ave. 5 Cleueral Course. 'l'11oA1.11s l,. REIESIZ rlvllflllgllfflll, Liberal, Reyular. 112 VVZIYCI' St.g General Course Baud 2-73 Chorus 22 A Cap- pella 3, 41 Sr. A Cappella 5. 'l'11:a1,.1111 C.1Ro1.1'x R1z1N141a1: Vl'l'llfllfIlf, f4'0Il.V1'il'IIfi0ll.V, Reliable 414. 'llwelftll St. 3 C o 111 111 e 1' e i al Courseg l1lllL'0lll lligh School, Clevelaml IQ Cllee Cl11b IQ S1' l'l1'1e11clsl11p S. IXI11.11R1z11 l1l'Cll.l,lZ R11o,111s .llrlirlvrlf-1', Lil'er1bff', Rr'fff'rli'z11'. 107 fllouml St. C o 111 111 e 1' e 1 al L ourse 5 Glee Cl11b 5 5 l"1'1e11dsl11p 8. YIVIAN 31.112 R101-1.11u1s l'i7'lI1'iUIlS, Jlerry, Rl'fI'1'.i'lIi7Ig. 3.1.5 P1'i11eeto11 Ave.g Ll0lI1Il1CTL'l2ll Coursey l'll'lC'llllSl1lI7 Cabinet 35 l"1'ie11mlsl11p I-3. Q Efi iil, 1597745 '.,,..f.lf'l, . 4-Sf.,..g,,4" ' , . J X ' MV 4 XSNX 1938 1 ' fXI.xRG.1R1i'r .llC.XNNlZ R1e11.x1oN11 1lIo1l1'xl, .loyo11.1', RlJlIlIIIIfll'. .129 l'lI'ClllOIlf St.g General Course: Al.Cl:fl'l'S0Il -I 1'. High I-21 llasketball 3-4g Chorus 21 Volleyball 1-4: Ofliee :Xss't. 43 Baseball 1, 3. Aloux H.11u'1a1' R11f'1'11 .lll.S'f, 11!lI'lIl0Ili0lI.Y, Refilzwl. 337 lfighth St.: clQ'I1L'I'2ll Course: Chorus 1-43 Sr. :X Cappella 5-8. 31.111112 NI.XRG.XRIi'l' RISING ,?l1Ililll'IIl-l', Jlifzl, R1'.v1'1'1'e'1l. R.l".IJ. 1, fll'2lfl'0ll, Uhiog Lllllll- 111e1'e1al Course. IJ1z1,111ER'1' il. Rom Defzwfnl, Jolly, Rl'II1ilIiA't't'l1f. 183 Spruce St.: General Course: Baud 7. 83 jefferson -lr. High 1-2. Hvzmfx CH1us'1'1x1a Rom' llfIlH'A'f. I:0ll1f7lllIiOIIll,lIf'. Responsible. Zjl YVi11elcles Sr.: Cl e ll e 1' al Course. 1"orfj'A'i.x' lgI?'l"I'Y l.o1 ROSITCRANS lblfilllfllf of Liffllf-l11'111't1'z1 Rofzlfzalfe. 1125 hlnlmlle Are.: General LYOIITSCQ l'll'lt'INlSlllD Club I-4, 7-83 Sr. A Cappella Choir 6-S3 Heralml Staff 73 Volleyball 1, SQ Basket- ball 3, 5. .I.-xox Yiikxox Ross .lnl'ing, lvllfillllf, Rl'Hll!III'. l'lllI'l11lL'C St! General Ll0lll'St'Q , , Y -lr. H1-Y 3, 4,3811 Hi-Y SQ IX tor 6, 73 Light Squad 4. I',11.1212N Ill,11111? Rxyxx l'il1l'IIl'A'f, 1111-rt, R 0fllli.1'lI. Q75 l'llll'll'lCl' it ' General Course 3 Ioni l:l'll'lltlSllll1 Clluli 3-83 Volleyball 1, 3, SQ glefferson jr. High 1, 2 lxex lf. RYAN .l11l1il11ul, l'll'it'f1Illj', R1',t'fl'1'ffI1f. fs. w .133 ll111'1l bt.3 C leneral QNOIITSCQ l'll't'Sllll1Illl Club 1, 23 .l1'. lli-Y 3, , . . 4.3 Sr. ll1-X 4, SQ Band 3-6. KI.-110' S.11'1,u1z 1llz'1'l', Smilifig. R.lJ. 3. ltlyria, 1 lleneral LWOIITSCQ ' xleffersoii -lr. llign I-2. l"orly.w'1'c'n 1938 MARGAR12'1' Man Sc11.f1121f1f1zR fllodfxvl, lllirfllfllf, Sorirllzfe. 250 Kenyon Ct.3 General C01ll'SL'Q Fl'll'llClSl'llD 1-23 Spanish Clllb 7-8. I,YNN1cT'rE JIZANNIZ Scimifmz Lithr, Jolly, Sportivfr. 353 Cambriclge Ave. 3 fl e ll e 1' al Cou1'se3 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Baseball 2, 43 Basketball 2, 4, 8g Tennis 1, 3, SQ Library Assistant 6-83 Athletic "lf" 6. V1RG1N1,f1 KIA!! Scnxnmcoxs Very flfl ilfl, Sl'1'l'flll'iII1. R.D. 3, lfly1'ia3 C o 111 111 e 1' e i al COLIFSCQ -lellerson Alr. High I-23 Volleyball 1, 33 Basketball 2, 43 Baseball 2. Rtss N. Sei-11z.11m1z Rolzusf, .X'l1fII!'fI!, Sorirlbfe. 136 Nlarseilles A1'e.3 Ge ll e 1' al LlOlll'SCQ Bo1"s Chorus 23 jr. A Cappella 3, 43 Sr. A Cappella 5-83 Cross Country 'llrack 73 'llrack 3. Noimiixx l':IJG.XR Sc111zo1a111i1z 1Yeig1ll1o1'ly, lfrlgwr Sfllrlfllf. 1 1.1. Robson kll'.Q General Coursej 'llraek 2, 4, 5, 63 xlr. lli-Y 3-63 Radio Club 3-73 2'XSl'l'0ll0lllCl'Sl Club 5, 63 Airplane Club 1-4. if . 3 :Fi M . X , M31 In 7 Wlllll 1 lv .F33,'g-as R .323 .- 1-I 1938 Rosa LEA IX I.xE SEA1soLn Rrldirmf, il IllI!I!t'l'Ij', Sfwry. 447 lVest River St.g General Course: Friendship 1-H: liasketball 3, 5, 71 Volleyball 1, 5, 71 Swinuning 21 Players' Club 6-S3 l.ibrary Assistant 5-S3 MfacDowell Chorus 2-33 Baseball 4, 6, S3 Leaders' Group 6-SQ Tennis 71 Ii.H.S. Klonograin. ALLEN R. SHAW Jgremble, Reliable, Simere. 136 Harrison St.3 General Course: slr. Hi-Y 4: Sr. Hi-Y 5-Sq lllonitor 6-Sq lilyrian Staff 6g Light Squad 5: National Honor S. ALLEN l':L'GENl2 SIEHLMIZYIZR Jffalzle. Earnext, Serious. 164 p1ll'Il1t'lj' Ave.g Scientific Coursey Herald Staff 63 llonitor 4.-63 Light Squad 7. Ro1zERT LESLIE SHE1'.-ian Roguixh, Liberal, Self-Reliant. 64.4. Clark St.g General Courseg Senior Hi-Y 6-7: Tennis 6-73 Latin Club 5. HELEN SEKERAK llonexf. Sniffing. 120 Taft Ava-.5 Connnercial Course. NANCX' ANNE S1Ls1zEE N07llTIlIlIll7lf, Jfrollzplislzezl, Self-Crnzfizlwzt. 240 Hamilton Ave.g General Courseg Sr. A Cappella 4-S: hlr. A Cappella 31 Friendship Club 1. 22 lsriendship Club Cabinet 2. JACK H L'TeH1NsoN SE1.14Y J04'Il!I1l', IIIIIIIOTOIIX, Sriezzfifir. ISO Ohio St.g Scientific Coursey Cleveland Heights High School, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 2-3: Christinas Play 7. ' SH1R1.Ey IC. Smvsox Smiling, flllflllliillifif, S-zwef. 245 Stanford Ave.: General Course: Sapientes Club 4.1 Friendship Club 1-83 Friendship Cabinet 7, S: Volleyball 1-3: Hacllowell Chorus 21 Glee Club 3, 4,5 Ping Pong 2-4.3 Ullice Asslt. 7. S. S.xL1.Y SEY1:E1x'r S'ZC'l't'fIjl Shy. 511 liodi St.g General Coursey jefferson jr. High School l-22 Boosters' Club 5-6. V1Ro1N1.x RosE SINEGAR Iyil'fIl0lI.V, Retirrfnf, Steady. III Hillsdale Ct.: Connnercial Course. E --1-e- 2 - Q if , - ,Lf-'l'P??r2--,L Iwrtyflqllt .- .! Vaaiqigw . Ji' . 1 1938 l"i.oiuzNels IXIARY 'l'. Sxoig 1'll'it'I1IHj', illuxing, rllfllllfjllil, Sf'r4'11e. 2211 Oberlin Rcl.g General Course. J,-xxm' Amari? S.u1'rH Jolly, Jferl, Smiling. 471 Iiighrh St.3 General Courseg Friemlship Club 1, 3-S3 Friend- ship Cabinet 7-S3 Sapientes Club 41 Spanish Club 5-S: Uilice Ass't. 5-S3 .I r. Class Chairnian 6. l'll,l,lfN M. SKORKIS f:lll'lll'.!'f, rllrlizlvnly. Silrnl. 315 Tusearawas St.3 General Courseg Volleyball 1, SQ Baseball 4. RI.-KRC.-'XREE'l' li. SAHTH lllllximf, lililhw, Spiriiezl. 536 Fairmount St.: General Courseg lfrienclship Club 7, S. Rem' A. Si4R1l.1s'rz Relirlblw, ,-Ijfrzlzlr, Srllnlnrly. 529 lronmlale St.3 Scientific Course3 South Amherst High School I-43 Football CNIgr.l 5, 73 Basketball 5-83 National Honor S. KI,-xkx' -I.-xwia SMITH Jllozlwxf. foyoux, SfJo2'fi7'1'. 1002 lfast Ave.3 General LYOUTSCQ Friendship Club lj Leaders' Group 7-S3 Baseball 4, 63 Volleyball I, 3, 5 73 'llennis 3, 5, 7. Roiziaiu' Sl.,xeK Rwnly IIIIII Simzly. 563 lionil Sf.QQl0l11IllCl'L'lZll Course. Llc1..u.x l',VOl,IN Sxirru Zt'lll0l1.V, l'lffil'if'IIf. Svrioux. Frienclship Club 1-23 Volleyball I-S3 Basketball I-83 Baseball I-S3 'linenis 33 l'in Pong I-S3 Spanish Club 6-73 Hiking 5, 73 Leaders' Group 6-S3 Herald Staff 71 Athletic "lCl'3 Secretarial Ass't 5-S. lliaufx AIARY Sxlrru ll11l'l'1'. fllzzizleufy, Smirzlzlr. 276 lloston Aye.3 Coniniereial Courseg Volleyball 1, 23 Baseball 43 Girls' Chorus I, 2. .Mex XV. Sxonok.-iss .l07'iIll, ll'fIlIIIl'l'illff, Stoll!-l1r'al'!v1l. A 514 XVest River St.3 Connnereial Course. X l'lUIAfvl'lIil1 1' EB-S? 7-E.. i i 1 "'f'..a'. v of M ,K. S'1',xNl,m' M. Sonora.-x Silent, Jlifrf. Sl'l'i0llX. RD. 2, lflyriag General Course. -Ilxex A. SPENCER .fofljn ,1'l11fr1bfz', S0l'ill,l!I'. 300 Spruce St.5 General Courre: Band I-S5 Orchestra 5-85 -I.H.S. Ureliestra l, 2. Rlen.-mn Liao SPINKS Rl'IlA'lllllIl2!l', LiA'l'IIll!l', Sf'11.vil1f1'. 203 llarseilles Ave.5 Ge ner al Course5 Slip Colleetor 7. Roiuzkr CHEORGIZ Svlxxs Rwlinblrq Gifted, Stzuliolzx. 203 Klarseilles Ave.5 Seientilie Course5 Latin Club 4.-05 'l'raelc 5-85 Klonitor 0, 75 Library Asslt, 0-S5 National Honor Society 8. Ilxm: Sl'R,XCl'IC l,l'fl'l'lllilll'lI, Sfwriglzlfy. 341 Seventh S125 General Courseg lifflltweinlit lfootball 4 3 ,h P, 1 , . PM AW' 1938 C.-xRl.rr,x BI.XRCEl,l.lT STANG C'0ll1f5f1ll'f'1If, illmlrzvf, Sl'IlllI.Y.' 1'f'x.v. HQ Parkview Ct.5 ll0lISl'll0lll Arts Course5 jefferson Alr. High I, 25 lfrieiulsbip Club 2-6. Humax ST.xx'riox llllIl10I'llll3', Sfvirilwl. 231 Rush St.: C o in ni e r e i al Course 5 -Ieflferson I-2 5 Klaellowell Chorus 45 Girls' Cllee Club 3, 05 Sr. A Cappella 7-85 Basketball 3-85 Volleyball 3-S5 Baseball 3-H5 National Honor Society S. blOXYARlJ L. STEEIJ2 llOlll'.Vf, Ll'III'lIl'll. Sfmzfy. 4.25 VVest Ave.5 General Course: Radio Club 7. Romckr IC. S'ri2i2l,is le!'fil'I'IIf, l':IlI'IIf'.Yf. Sfrrzffy. 425 XVL-st Ave.: General Course: lianml 5-9. Q 1111 035 ui.-5 il A-nv 1 ' Q. ' glex ll,M. 1938 IJo11'1'111a.-1 lJ.XI.I..XS S'1'1c11 Duriuq, lJiA'fil11'fi7't' Sowl1q.1'l1'1'1'.1'.' HENRY L, SZEWCZYK 3119 Loucord Aw.: Lo1111uc1'c1al 1 .. .. I'-3. Qourscg l'1'1c1ulsl11p Llub 1-5, 7, 85 ,HUM Ilmghmy A muh Buskvtbau I-+3 yollcybuu I-4: R.l'i.U. 3 , Ifly1'iag Cic11c1'alL'o111's1'. liascball 1-4.3 Caption L'o111111itt1'1'g xx7l'lI'l'l'Sl Club. bl.-XNlf'l' lxl.XRGl'lZRl'l'iZ S'1'1:o111. ,, ,. AI,lEX.fXNlJI?R lo11N 1 .xiui-xx .foyfully fllrrry mul b1l11'1'1'1'. H I I f ,lf I , , . 1 FI' , . IIS , fl! I ll . f12l Bond bt., L o Ill 111 c 1' 1' 1 al ' . ll' 'Z LXOIIYSCQ .lc-ffc1'so11 -Ir. High 1-2: 227 Vvcst RWM bn: C ntl ll 7 l"1'i1'111lsl1ip Club 3-bg All-School Course' Plan' 7. A DoN.11,o 151-1111, 'l'.n'1.o11 Df'fib1'1'r1I1', F111'rg1'li1', 7wI'll.S'f'ZC'0l'f,1j'. Onmw lf. S1'T1.11f1f Ijb.N'l'I"l'IIllf, l'lri1'111ll-1', Sfmrti1'1'. 1 1 16 lfast Aw.: Sciviitilic Coiirsvg -lcffcrsoii High I-2, Rvsciwc No1'u'alk High, Norwalk, Ohio liaske-tball 3, 43 Yarsiry lfoorball 1. 23 I1i2l1fWl'i3Il1l' l'i00Tb11ll 3-S3 5, 75 Varsity llaskctball 5-SQ -lr. V?ll'Sif3' l'i00fb21ll 7? '1'1'ack 6. Hi-Y 3, 43 .l'1'. Class l,I'L'Sllll'I1f og Society 8. , - V - , , H H.111o1.11 A111115 'l'.1Y1,o1z, lic. -lu.-xx I'.1,1z,1111'11 511.-1Nco1'1 ' llllllIOI'Ull.V, 1'll'l'0lll0lI1lfill!f, .lnlf41', l'fjl'1'1'111'.1'1'1'l1t, Slllllly. T U ,iv Il '11 e. 152 form-ll Aw.: G 1- ll 1' 1' al - . . . , 2 l.o isiana Aux' C' c I1 1- 1' al Q oursvg l+1-11-1111511111 L luh 3-S, 'H' U N ' ' .1-og -I1-Hin-1'so11 jr. High 1-2. 1 f 1 li1cxx1a'1'11 Sw1x1m1,1xo .llffm Q'--HRV I-'WWR lXYlliff!Iflj', Sfrlllllfll. 'l"H.l'1 C033 T""-Vff"l- 4 I 5 Park AH..: Ucm.,-nl Coll,-SK.: 16115 Blldcllc Avnzg C1 Q ,11 0 1' al lr. Hi-Y 1, 4: Sr. Hi-Y lu-Sp Coursey Spailisllflubh-73l,ib1'z11'y l,igl1ru'cigl1t lfoorhzill 4-6. l ASSYI- 73 Vvllvyball IQ Sr. Dis- ti111'tio11 Day l'1'ogra111 lm. 1.-3 - L -: i ..:!.1! 1 " ..1 H- 1 IZ! - - I 'I l"'iff1'o111' - " V , . 1 fx- -v 1' 2133- -- 1 1 491 Huron St.g Scientific Course: hlonitor 5, 65 National Hozioi' Courscg Radio Club 3-75 lllonitol' 1938 AIARGARET l,o1i1sE 'l'AY1,oR fllozlrxvi, Lrzrlhif-like, Tranquil. 224 lfastern Hghts. l3lvd.5 General Course5 l"riendsliip Club 1-85 A Cappella 5-85 Astronomers Club 35 Orchestra 1-8. IJELORES lsA1z121.1.1z '1'oNRY Dainly, lnzlustrioux, Tantalizing. 126 Broad St.5 General Course5 llfoyie Helper 3-85 lfriendship Club 1, 2, 5-85 Volleyball 65 bfacllowell Chorus 1: Latin Club 4.-8: French Club 5-85 Boosters' Club 6, 75 Class Secretary5 National Honor 8. IJOROTHY EVELYN 'l'H.-NYER Drfvofezi, Entertrzining, Thoughtful. 231 Denison Ave.5 General Course5 lfrienclship Club 2. 3. 7, 8: Sapientes 4-65French Club 5-85 Players' Club 5-85 lllacllowell Chorus 1, 25 Girls' Glee Club 35 junior Choir4: A Cappella 5-85 Leaders' Group 7-85 Volleyball 3, 55 Basketball 1-85 lfxtempor- aneous Squad 4.5 Ulfvening Dress lndispensible" 65 "Growing Pains" 75 National Honor 85 Class Play. P1-1v1,1.1s Euaznx FIQRACY PIFIIXIUII, Ifrzgrr, 7'Il1A'flI'iUf'. 414. Adams St.5 General Course5 .lefferson -lr. High 1, 25 lfrienil- ship Club 3, 4. JANET I,oL'1sE rllICHENOR Jolly, Likwzfzle, SI'l'l'l'flIl'iIl1. 510 VVoocllancl Ave.5 Commercial Course5 jefferson I-21 lfrienml- ship Club 3-85 Leaders' Group 6-85 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 llasket- ball 55 Oflice Assistant 7-85 Sr. Distinction Program 6. ToNY J. 'l's.fxRoNEs 71c"Il1f7!7'IlfI', Jofuinf y'llll'f'f. 201 Cascade St.5 Commercial Course. JAMES LERoY rl'ITE .l0j7fI1!, Lively, y'llll'IIfi1ll'. 156 E. Hghts. l3lvd.5 General Course5 l3oy's Chorus 1-25 A Cap- pella 3-85 Rand 2-65 lfreshman Club I-25 vlr. Hi-Y 3-4.5 Sr. Hi-Y 5-85 Airplane Club I-45 Players' Club 6-85 "Growing Pains" 75 Class Play. 'l'HEoooR12 A. ZA1L'G1NsKY Trusfful, 1-Herr, Zmlolzs. R.F.U. 1, Grafton5 General Course. Gmiws KATHERINE rl1ITTI,E G0011-t1'n1pf'r1'1l, Kind, Tnftful. KU. 2, lflyria5 General Course5 Basketball 1 5 Volleyball 1. CATH1zR1NE M. 'l'L'RoN C'llz"l'I'fIl!, flfzllzzzrfrfy, Tlmughlful. R.U. 2, IQlyria5 Commercial Course. ,al 1 5 , 1 lfiffm rf: 1938 -l.-'XNIZ li. l,lNGlER .fo1'oxr, l'f.v11ifi111'11fi11y. l711s11rfrr1.1xc'1l. 1012 VVest Ave.: General Courseg Frie11dsl1ip Club 3-85 Ping Pong 45 Sapientes Club 4.-S5 Lll':I1Sl'Illl7ll' Francais 5-85 Otliee Ass't 5-85 Distinction Day lil'0gl'2llNQ Boosters' Clubg Friendship Cabinet 7, 85 ,lewelry Co111111ittee Cl11lil'II1ZllIQ Badminton 55 Outside lllusiez Na- tional Honor 8. .ANNE K.-XTIIRYN VINCENT flniinblr, 1KVt'l'll, l'11lu11l1Iz'. 401 VVest Ave.5 Classical Course5 Frieiulship Club 1-4, 7-85 Elyrian Staff 7, 85 Latin Club 4, 6-85 Boosters' Club 5, 65 Volleyball 1, 35 National Honor 8. cllEORGE l'R11i-xxsolq Uom!-l111mor1'1l, Usvfzll. ll.J. Blake St.5 General Coursey Football 5, 7. Roma K.-xTHER1NE XV.-NGNER Rrlirlblw, Kzzo-zvizzg, lfillilzy. 455 Karl Ct.5 Comniereial Course5 XV:-st View jr. High School I-25 Perry High School 3. 1IAA1Es J. lfnic .lIl.Tf, .l0t'lIlI1I', lillrlxsllrllillg. 336 lfleventli St.5 General Courseg Fl'CSl1IUZll1 Basketball 25 Reserve Basketball 5. STEVE ll. XVALEN11 Slrong, .l1lI1il'i0IlA'. Ifillifzy. O57 Foster Aung General Courseg F1'esbn1a11 Football 1 5 Freshman Basketball 25 l,igl1tweigl1t Football 3-65 Heavyweiglu Football 7. limifkx' -l0SEl'H XY.-XNBOVEN lfnxy, .l1u1i1'io11.v. l'w111m-1-0n1v. 237 lVi11ekles St.5 lllanual Arts Courseg Hi-Y 1-4. KENNETH -Io11N Davinsox XV.-x1.KER IXYITII. Jotiiul, 1J!'!i,l!'I'I1fl'. lfvisr. 185 Cleveland St.5 General Courseg Orchestra 1-8. Noam.-x JE.-xx Y.-xx KELREN .NlllfllI'Il!, Joyful, Iii-z'114'io1u'. 336 Ninth St.: General Course-5 l.eatlers' Group 7, 85 F1'ie11mlsl1ip Club 1-435 Boosters' Club 5. 65 .ASIFOIIOIIIY Club 1, 2. AI,xa1Es l.,-UVRIENCI? NV.xx1s1.Ex' .fn7'i11l. Li,l'r'11l1fr, Uliffiug. 33.1. Oxford Ave.: General Cou1'se5 -lunior Hi-Y 3. 1"i'ftyfl11'1'1' .j-2 K! Rosie AIARY NV.xsH Rl"filIt'1I. 11ll'l'P'j', ll'i.v1'. IIS XV1-st Riva-1' St.: LlOll1lI1L'l'CiZll Course: RIZlk'IJOXYL'll Chorus 1-5: Yollcyball 5-5: Rasa-ball 2-5. H1-:1.1fN R1aRN.1111x1z XV1z1z1a1cR llrlfvful, 1gl'lHIl'ffl', 1l'iA'l'. 1219 XV1-st Ave.: C 0 111 111 c 1' c i al Course: lA'Zllll'I'Sy Group 7, 8: Spanish Cl11b 6-8: l"1'ic111lsl1ip Club 7, 8: Boosters' Club 5, 6: Class Plat. R1c11,1R11 l'iIJXY.XRD XV12111zR Rvfifllalcx l'ilU'Ill'.Vf, lfvifty. ISI Caroline Aw.: fl 1- I1 c 1' al Coursc: l"l'l'Sl1ll1Zlll Club 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: 'li1'1lL'li 2, 4. .Itnsox tl,-11' XVI-111.x1.1N Jolly, .1o7'i1ll, Ilriflllillff. 226 lfifth St.: cll'l1L'I'Zll Course: Football 1-8: liaskctball sg lr. Hi-Y 1-2' 91' lli-Y 7-Q ,1. 71. iXI.Xl'RICli ll. XV1r1s1mo11 1lli.v1'l1ir'fz'o11.1', llnppy, Ilvll'Z'j'-lIlliI'l'l1. 250 lfourth St.: Classical Course: Hi-Y I-fl: Basketball 1-2: 'liClIIllS 2-S: Ai1'pl:111c Club 1-4: l,'l'fn- Sl'llll7lt' l'1l'1lllClliS 5: Boys' Glu' Club 2. 1938 l312'1"r1' Arima XVH 121f1.1f1z 1gll.1'Al'. .'lu1i11l1f1', lIYfll'l't'l'. 222 lf, Ninth St.: ciL'11l'l'2ll Course: lqlllllfil l'lI'L'l' .'xL'2lllCI11j , lflniira. Nur York 1-6. RLss121.1. A. XVH1f121,121: Rf'yllfflI', Jfvrf. lfifliziy. 222 lf. Ninth St.: Ci1'z1v1':1l Coursv: lflniira l'xI'l't' :Xc:11l1'111y, l'il1l1il'2l New York 1-6. ll.-X'l'RlCl.X ls.1'1'111i1a1x1a 11111115 llfllyfllf, Kiln-1a'il1g, llv,IiHI1'il'Ill. 616 NVQ-st Aw.: ciCI1Cl'2ll Coursv: h'Ikacl3ox1'cll Chorus 1-2: Girls' Glee Club 31 Yollcyball 1-7. Basketball 2-S: I.'l':11Sl'l1ll7lQ' l'iI'2ll1- cais 3-6: Hiking. H,XRRI lf'l' ,IAN lZ'l' XVIIESITR llfllfflly, .lm'l1111l, IIYVH-ft'lllf7t'l'1'lf. llj l'z11'k1'icw Ct. 3 U 1- ll 1- 1' ll l Coursc: hlCi:fL'l'S0l1 slr. High 1-2: l"1'ic'111lsl1ip 7-3. XV,11',x1ox XV. XV11.sox U"irj', lfilfilly. ll'IIFUI-l1t'I1I'.'t'll. KU. 2, FllllC1' Rd.: Ci 1' ll c 1' al Course: Football 1-8: 'Il1':1ck 2: Boxing: liaslu-tball 1, 2. if 1 lc, ff' l"f f ' U 4 551' 'I I-1 rn 6, 114 O 1938 . i C. ln limi,-x lgIZ'I"l'Y XV1R'r11 ' 5 5 , ,, R .1. .A 2 E. XV " 3 Ll1l'l'fj!'fIt', lJ,l'llIlff'01lA', ll mx Rojmlgl Fl . URLLIIXJFUX . , , , 'mv , . :mv , orvz . 112 Nichols Lt.5 General Lourse5 16 tu? R. pq 1 C y I Sl'.l'll'lt'llClSl1lP 7-85 Basketball 1-85 ' 5,1 I ' lu-I Lt' 'I 0'?lmUL'f' Yollevball 1-85111181-111111 1-sg 6100 U'l"SC? -lCffm"" ll- Hlflh "2? Club 1-2' l,eaders' Group 7-S. Baskctbau I' 25 Volleyball 1'4" IHVFRETT LFMG ll 'TH-'1T'. l'lDMl.'NIJ li. YVRIGHT f.Ill'I'fjl'fll' I,ol11n1l11.vl-If I'lfl'I'. Exartizzg, Busy W'orl'cr. 4.66 VVest Are.5 General Courseg ,l1'. Hi-Y 2-42 Airplane Club 25 fig!-iglilragtlfgtiigf'Tgmgi-SLOEHLf Orchestra 2-85 Boys' Chorus IQ Sr' Hi-Y 5-8. Ii0'v,g Chomg' if Glee Club 2-55 -lr. A Cappella 65 Nfonitor g-Sf O'rglwggl.,l L6-gf Sr. A Cappella 7-85 Herald Staff A ' ' K I ' 75 Radio Club 32 Chess Club 3. Latin Club 4' ,lor-iN R1e11.u1nsoN XVoon Jlllilfllllf, Rolnruzlir, Uvinning. 1206 lfast Are.5 General Course5 IiRflNK J' YUNGNAN ll05',S Chorus I 3 liofs Glee Club llrlfimu-ll' 'MNT' 5 0"fl'fN!' 25 -lr. Choir 3-45 Sr. A Cappella 5-85 Football llanager 1, 3, 55 lfreshinan Club 1-25 -lr. Hi-Y 35 Light Squad 6. 697 VVQ-st St.5 General Courseg l-li-Y I-25 lntra-n1ural liasketball. .IEANETTE IXI1-111115 Z.1xe11A1.xN Jllllilfjl, fllfrry, Zvi-iful. Cokixxn l.ORI?TT1-X XVOODINGS Q22 Cllafl' Sf-S clcllclnl 01111505 f1'll1I.1'l'l'7'Ilfl7'!', Liberal, lllirv. l'I'li'11dSl11p. Llub 1-85 Latin Club I 1 I Aw. Cx i ul 2-4.5 Spanish Llub 5-85 Leaders 537 'UQT'JHl':b'llil1' ZH HL ' 'I Group 6-85 Library Asslt. 6-85 urse5 1 eq' 1 , '. Basketball 1-85 Baseball 1-45 Yolleyball 1-85 Hiking 1-8. CELIA 'l'mzEs,x Z.-x1,EsK1 ,ll-11139 A- lV0RClfS'l'f?R Cozzgmzizzl, ylfllfllflll, Zzfrzlous. .lo-puffs, ,1jl11l1lr, llvlll'Il1-1Il'Ill'f!'Il. I5 13 XV:-st Ave.5 General Course: Q Volleyball 1, 25 Basketball lj Baseball 35 Hiking 7, 8. 123 Oak Sr.5 General Course5 3 'l'raek 55 fllonitor 6. ii zfbe. ,k S5 -Y - , N. -A r' Na' S f 4u b"'l , 'n N Ill l"iff,1'f1'w hx I U N f ll 7 , .1.,. 1 5 51,-5 . HL e5J3i!L m . . - -. 1 ' 3' N kv Y 1' The following Seniors offered no photographs: Rl'SSI?l.l, 'l'111fonoR12 l31'1:G12TT. Rambling, 7lI'llXf'ZL'0l'fllj' in l1'11.ri11f'rr. 3.1.1 lfast River St.g General Course. R01112R'1' KI. C.'XR.Xl.XN. R1'1111', illmzfv, ffr11'rz'1'r'. . 1 y J 1 I . - 208 NVest Bridge St.g Cienral Lourseg Riversnlc Klilitary Acamlerny, Gainesville, Georgia 5-7. 'l'11ox1.xs .IQ l:I.UUlJ. Thougliffizl, .lm-I. l"r1nz1'. 2I'jV2 Ilillifll St.g General Course. - Rem' l'lURI7. Rrxfful, Faitllfiil. 1702 XVest Ave.: Conunercial Coursey lronton High School, lronton, Ohio 1-7. C11R1s'r1,xx1c I,1'c112x:x1r Hiooixs. Cm-flizzl. Lwziwzf. ll0A'fTffl1l1lt'. R.l7. 2, Lorain, 0.5 General Course' Clearview High School, Lorain, Ohio 1, 2: French flub 5, fb. ll121z1fR'1' K,x.x'1'z. llmrty Kniglzi. 517 Ohio St.: Radio Club 3, 45 Astronomy Club 5. lJ.Xl,li fhI.Rl5R'I' S1zw1c1.1.. 1Jf'f1'I'll1iIll'If, Jblr. R.IJ. 2. lflyria: General Course. Sfemly. MISS EIJNA -IONICS, J11'1'i.vvr I0 Ilia' :fury Poem 'I' H EN AND NOW' Hy lviflillill fJlll'i.YIll!UI , ,l A hunmlreil anal fifty years ago, NVhen buffalo roamecl rho plains, Our ancestors grew ambitious Anil education clainiemll 'lihey cliilnlt have rlw schooling lVith which U'L'll'C blessecl today, lint they lived and worked and strugglecl As they westwa1'nl wound their way! l'll'0Ill pioneers thus sturdy, This gencration's sprungg 'llhis Class of 11338 l,on1f INIIY its praise be sunff. VVe have struggled on the pathwav Of Algebra and Mathg VVe've been mired clown with Latin Anal still have learned to laugh. YVe have learned our ancient history, Our French and Spanish too, VVe have triecl to be goocl stuilcnts And excell in all we ilo. But now our ways have parted. The future holds no fearg XVQ will tell of our successes As we nu-et year after year. I' . h Q' .3 225 312 F -3-lg - f 75.1. 2 ,307. 4 TV In -LI,-, EAW I lftA1.11 2 92' 'UPF ,K -ff . -"' i '77 l'lfffj',l'l'7't'I1 ' New 47933 A century and a half ago, a group of pioneers entered upon a great adventure. Overcoming obstacles and fighting courageously onward, they settled in what became known as the Northwest Territory. Their first government was established in 1787. .lust four years ago. in September, 1934, another group of pioneers-a class of "green" Freshmen began an adventure equally as momentous to them. In the four years that have passed since, they have had their obstacles to overcome, their battles to win, and their hardships to endure. Although all has not been clear sailing, memories of high school days will remain as pleasant onesg for, along with the teachers' voices and the difficult problems have been many pleasant and happy scenes. EPOCH I.-1934-1935 Our first trek into the realm of high school life was marked by the absence of .l. tl. Vaughn who retired after 32 years of continuous service. The heavyweight football team finished in a tie for second place in the Lake Erie League competition and ended the season with the Lorain game which resulted in a scoreless tie. The heavyweight basketball squad brought the championship to the school for the first time. The floodlights were installed at Ely Stadium making night football possible. Room 306 was transformed into a lunch room for teachers. A new ticket booth was installed in the Technical building and the band was outfited with new uniforms. Miss Sarah Lentz succeeded Mrs. Elizabeth Basom as cafeteria manager. lvlr. Harry Rosene language teacher vacationed in Germany. An A Cappella Choir was organized by lVIr. tl. hlartin Beck, music supervisor. EPOCH II.-1935-1936 ln October the operetta, "Rose of the Danube", was presented under the direction of -l. hlartin Beck and lvliss Nina sl. Baker. The A Cappella Choir purchased new navy blue robes the wearing of which im- proved their apearance. The football squad took second place in the Lake Erie League. The team was beaten 7-3 by Lorain in the traditional battle. The basketball team took second place in the league competition and went to the state finals in Columbus after surviving sectional and district play. blr. VV. O. lNIcClellan succeeded hir. J. F. Brown as assistant to Superintendent R. C. llaston. EPOCH III.-1936-1937 The Players' Club tried a new experiment, charging only 255 for student tickets at all school plays which was successful. Under bliss Nina Baker's direction an all school play entitled, "The Bishop lVIisbehaves", was presented. At the junior Class election Don Taylor was elected president and Nancy hliller, vice-president. The following members of the '33 class were elected to the National Honor Society: lllargaret Lugas, Betty lVIiller, Nancy lVIiller, john Faulkner, and Edmund VVright. The last graduation of a mid-year class took place in January, 1937. The heavyweight basketball team gained honor by winning the Lake Erie League Championship. ln an attempt to win the State championship they were defeated by the lllcliinley Bulldogs at Alil'0Il. The voicing of student opinion on the monitor system showed very decided opposition. - A number of changes were made in the high school curriculumg because of this situation, the Class of '38 is the last to complete thc old course of study. EPOCH TV.-1937-1938 Beginning the last trek, students found three changes in the faculty. hfiss lose- phine Vvilcox and hir. Howard Huston were added to the faculty, while the former Bliss Georgiana Taft left to marry hfr. Russell Francis. llliss Phyllis Pearson replaced Rliss Betty Roberts who had been secretary to Principal C. P. Shively for six years. Several changes were made about the school. All the rooms and the halls in the Technical Building were repainted. Sound proofing was installed in the cafeteria, the music room, and the rear of the auditorium. A new floor was laid in the gym- nasium. Principal C. P. Shively's office was enlarged: the women teachers' rest room west of the office was remodeled to accommodate the work of Assistant Principal xl. D. Severs and the High School Clerk, Nliss Margaret Herold. Lockers on the second floor of the Technical building were rearranged. The one minute warning bell at the end of each period was eliminated. The all-school play, "Growing Pains" was presented on November I2 under the direction of Bliss Nina Baker. The election of senior class oliicers under the supervision of llfliss Edna Jones, class adviser, resulted in the election of Rudy Skriletz as Presidentg Nancy Nliller as Vice-President, Dolores Tonry as Secretaryg and John Faulkner as Treasurer. Girls were ad-mitted into the band. Elyria beat Lorain 6-0 in the annual football skirmish and tied with Lorain for first place in the Lake Erie League competition. The Varsity Basketball Team finished the season in a tie for third place. Committee- Anne Vincent, Chairman 'Rosemary Boylan Zelma Smith Bob Spinks Don Taylor Edmund VVright ent 1 Distinction Day ,. May 26 Senior Party .... ......... . ., ..... June 2 Baccalaureate Service ..,......,....,...........,........,................... -- .............................. . ............ .............,......, . ..... bl une 5 Speaker--The Reverend Bela P. Basco, Pastor, Hungarian Reform Church Commencement ...... ..........,,.. - .........,..................................................................,.....................,.....,............ june 8 Speaker-Dr. A. L. Sacher Commencement ,.... .......,......................................................,....,.... ....... . J une Q Speaker-Sherwood Eddy Alumni ,.,.,, ,,.,,..,.............,......................................,..........,.... . ......................... .............,. ..... J L l DC IO Speaker-The Reverend Eric Tasman '08 if X eirgfft' A I . 'v Iwftyezght . I .. " " QQSQQ -' lnifffllilll' P 'l'l.l IE-Alune 13, 2038. PL.1l.,'E--The Beautiful Stardust Room of the Saints Hotel, Heaven's most exclu- sive super, super club. UCI.'.1SlU.Y-'l'he Alumni banquet of the E.H.S. class of 1938. PRULUGUFI-'ililiis banquet which is being held in the Stardust Room tonight is the celebration of the one-hundredth anniversary of the graduation of the class of lC.H.S. in 1938. There are quite a few members of the class who did not pass through the Pearly Gates when their term of otlice on earth expired. How- ever, the committee in charge of the banquet managed to obtain 24 hour leave of absence for this group of the class and so we are all present tonight. VVe wish to thank Hob Phelps for the use of the' Stardust Room tonight. As you know he was president of a large chain of hotels on Earth a11d when he got to Heaven, he thought "XVhy Not ?" XVL- now join the Banquet which is just beginning. The members of the class are seated at the special banquet table and each! in turn is telling the next what he achieved before he retired from active business life. Carl liathory-I became ping pong champion of Lorain County in 1998. Harold Black--I was an insurance man and got in the women's hair. Helen Briggs--I became the "Lullaby Ladyu of the air waves. Carl lirookhaurer-I went out west and became a cow puncher. leannette liuchholz-In 1956, I became the woman success of the year and won the Nobel Prize for being the most active in all-round sports. lien Chapman-I became a dancing instructor and coached lllarian Anderson. the successor to Eleanor Powell. Harry Cook-l was a chemist and discovered the tonic to restore hair to bald heads. Peg Coryell-l advertised beauty products for the bleached blonds. Chuck Cromling--I finally made the grade and became a member of the VVorld lfamous Celtics team. llill Davis-I broke all records in typing contests. Chuck Decker-They called me "One Round Decker-The Horizontal Kid". llary liallas-l became a trapeze artist. Louise Donovan--l modeled shoes for l3renner's Shoe Store. Dfck Fallon-l stayed at the Quetie so long they made me buy the place. Dick lfranklin-In 1956 I was voted the "best dressed man in Hollywood". 0 Carl Gleason-1 won the award for being the best comedian of the year in 1999. Claire Garber-I designed women's hair styles. Harold Geitgey--I became the romantic hero of the Silver Screen. Dick Glover--I sold washing machines for the lllaytag VVashing lylachine Co. Donald Gunder-I just gazed at the stars for years and years, and dreamed. john Hales-I did Rip Van VVinkle one better and slept for 30 years after graduation. Eleanor Higgins-I sold hats for the United Dry Cleaning Co. Sherman jones--loe Louis's Protege. h 2 Q41 - if ' Jr' ', Gila' ii 2444 Bettie Opper-Ambassador to India Dolores Haney-I played in "Little VVomen". Christiane Higgins-IVIon francais est mon profession. Elizabeth Hornyak-I have been a student at Oberlin. Ed. -lanowiczQI'm the mouth piece for all politicians. Thelma Kelly--I'm the model housewife. John Lander-I followed in my father's footsteps. Alma Bilow-lVIy meat market is my pride and joy. Theo McLeai1--My New York dress shop is Fifth A Chuck Carlin-I bring 'em back alive for Hollywood. Dorothy Evege-My cooking at the VVhite House decides national affairs. Dale Hogan-My blushes won them all. venue's best. Doris Greene--I have a patent on Green and Greenie Cheese. Art Gwin-I have a chain of grocery stores. Anne Nasipak--I was the owner of the candy store in lVIr. Phelps' hotels. R.M. O'Donnell-I was the model for the famous "Glamour" ad. Ruth Provozrmik-My fame is due to my directing of all Hollywood's stars. Peg Schaefer-Ruth was my director in "Peg of My Heart". Virginia Schmidkons-I posed for Nlr. lllallory as the "Sweetheart Girl". Florence Skok-I operated the telephone system at I3ob's hotel. Theodore Zmuginsky-"Best Novelist of Century". Clara Ackerman-I invented the Ackerman Stinkless pipe for the lads who like to smoke on a date. Helen Baldauf-I owned and managed the largest chain of beauty salons in the United States. jewel Beal-Well, there isnyt an awful lot to say except that Richard and I were very happy in our- life on earth. Elmer Brown--I don't like to brag--but I did work myself up to the chair- manship of the Board of Directors of the United States Steel Corporation. Russell Burgett-VVhen the American Electric Company had a prospect who couldn't be sold on the idea of electricity, they sent their chief salesman out, that was me. Norma Delleheld--I taught German in various schools for 43 years. Betty Duffy-I became the nurse who worked with the most famous surgeon in the world on all his big cases. Kenneth Swindling-I am that surgeon. Evelyn Fenimore-I was head of the Y.W.C.A. for 28 years. Eleanor Fisler-just before I passed from my earthly life to this I divorced my twelfth husband. Frances Given-when the demand for all-girl orchestras increased, I stepped in with my band and gave it to 'em. Kenneth Haas-My' life work was going on bring-'em-back-alive-or stuffed expeditions for the Smithsonian Institute. Rose Helyes-lVIy life was devoted to bringing up other people's children-I ran an orphan asylum. Dorothy Holliday-For I7 years I held the title of the world's fastest woman swimmer. Barbara Jennings-I spent the best part of my life writing essays that made Van- Dyke look like a piker. Dick jones-For I5 years no man would enter the Olympic iceskating com- petition because they knew there wasn't a chance with me. j, 1 . 1 . ' x ' f R fiifif if, -- J " 4 Si-My Sixfyone Hazel Kauffman--l played the piano in Frances Given's orchestra. .lohn Korka-ln 1046 l grew the largest onion in the world. lfarl Krugman--l manufactured the fertilizer that helped Johnny grow his onion. Alice Linsky-l manufactured the Lady Alice cosmetics. lfdna Lottman-I was the advisor of the Four-H Club for I6 years. Catherine Turon-l invented a button that positively won't come off no matter how much you wring and twist. Emery Vanlioven-I am the chemist who discovered how to make copper out of discarded pennies. Norma Vanlieuren-l married Harry and settled down for a fairly quiet life. Blames VVamsley-VVamsley Shoes were known from coast to coast. I even wore them myself. Rose VVash-lllovie stars may come and go but the name of VVash will live forever. Bernadine VVeber-l was head of the Telephone Operators Union for 57 years. Corinne VVoodings-E.H.S. will long remember the name of Woodings as the best English teacher that ever taught in a public school. Rosemae VVorthington-I was known as the most brilliant woman lawyer. Jack Snodgrass-l too was a lawyer. ,lean Taylor--I was called the Lindberg of the rocket ships. Blany a time I have barreled my rocket-ship where the bravest of men were afraid to fly. Celia Zaleski-l wrote the radio script for Elsa's First Love for 85 years. Helen Gallo-l ea1'ned a million helping in a hospital in New York. llargaret Papp-l invented a pocket-book that wonlt leak even if the top does come off the bottle-of perfume of course. Stanley Sobotka--l won the men's open golf tournament so often that finally they gave me a pension. Carlita Stang-Because of my deep love for children, I taught kindergarten until my marriage in '62. Eileen Ryan-l took up writing radio script and made "Lights Out", a series of stories that will never be forgotten. lllary Saylor-l invented the eight suit bridge deck for people who like to make grand slams. Lynnette Schafer--l'm the little girl who put doorknobs on revolving doors. Irene Schweda-l became interior decorator and when the VVhite House was moved to Kansas City in '56, l did all the decorating work on it. janet A. Smith-I put my past experience to good use and took up the tuba. l played it in Frances Given's orchestra. lllarie Rising-I spent my life collecting diamonds, rubies, and other gems. The Rising collection was valued at twenty million dollars at the time of my denial. Delight Pitkin-The Pitkin Lunch and Tea Shoppe was known the world over for its delightful tea biscuits. Q Betty Piper-l married Fred and spent my life in complete quiet and happiness -except for little things here and there. Shirley Simpson-l managed a groce1'y store for 65 yearsg later l retired from active business life. I -lulia Olah-For 12 years I held the title of the most brilliant stenographer in the United States. .loan lylurray-l had the honor to be called the first woman submarine captain in the world. E-' xg in CQ 5 ,4-I' lVIarion Mertz-My name will long be remembered by lovers of fine acting. for I was acclanned the greatest Shakespearean actress to ever walk across a stage. Kenneth lylack-I became the owner of the Clzronirlzf-Trlrgranz, after many years of being a reporter. Don lVIcAllister-For a number of years I wrote books on scientific subjects. that astounded the world. Ann lyfalik-For a number of years I fashioned women's new spring hats. Lois Barlow-I just married Dave and settled down for a quiet home life. Rose Bronson-I became the world's greatest woman Hyer. Bob Castle-I became the sheriff, then mayor and then governor, and after losing the presidential campaign, I retired. Kenneth Crawford-I'm the fellow Castle lost the campaign to. .lim Agate--I was on the All-American football team for 30 years. Grace Almas-Kate Smith the second I was called-warbling sparrow of the backwoods. Harold Berson-The coast to coast department stores made my name a by-word in every household. jim Brown, -lr.-Junior Brown, his trombone, and his orchestra, the hottest waltz band in the country is all I have to say. Albert Burnett--VVhen I reached the peak of my success the name Gulf Gas was changed to Burnett's Motor Fuel. Dick Davies-I built the Clzronifle-Telegranz up into a first rate scandal sheet. Bob Daykin-I was called the Walt VVinchell of television. ,lean Diederick-By diligent practise and unceasing effort, I became the greatest ballet dancer in the world. Beatrice Fell-I became secretary to the first woman president in the United States. Gwen Irvin-I was Miss Fell's boss. -lim Garber-I broke I6 world speed records by my dare-devil driving. johnny Hines-Garber broke all the records in a Hines 57 super-charger. William Greenberger-I was a manufacturer of the famous Greenberger hat. Richard Greene-I toured the country and made a fortune as the most fearless motorcycle rider in the world. Harold Henry-VVhen I resided on earth I was called "Henry, the Lion of VVall Street". jack VVood-I worked for 30 years so that I could buy out the Lorain Street Railroad Co. and ride over and see my little Annabelle free. .lim Tite-After my graduation I put in 55 years of research work to find out whether a ditch-digger saves any energy by throwing the dirt over his left or right shoulder. Chuck Hoover-I became known to the world as the "most gifted tenor since Caruso-and before". Esther Horwitz-I became manageress of the cooking staff of the Phelps Hotels. Dale Sewell-I became the world's greatest tree surgeon. Lucius .lenkins-"Luscious Lucius and his hot piano, the hottest swing band on the network" that's what I was called. Tom Kelly--I became the geatest sleuth the Department of Justice ever had. lllargaret Klyop-I designed clothes that set the style for the whole world. Boynton Lersch--I became the radio adviser for the T. W. A. Paul Rffalenchini-I inherited two million dollars from my Aunt Sophie and spent my life globe-trotting. Dick lklathis-VVhen television came' into general use I cleaned up a fortune as a comedian. I always said my face would get me places. Nancy Miller-I became hostess at the lVIiami Hotel, the largest and best hotel of the Phelps chain in the South. Sixfylwo Sixiytllree Virginia hfohrman-I became a writer of mystery novels which made women faint and men shudder. Donna Ruth Myers-XVell, fellahs, when IVIae VVest died-say, you boys on passes. should come up and see me more often. Uouglas Nichols-I founded the Earth to Mars Rocket line. Lester Norris--I Hew the first Earth to lVIars Rocket and made a fortune on my return by telling little children I eat corn Hakes for breakfast. Bob Phelps-.Need I say anything? Don Percival-I spent 20 years studying medicine, but it was worth it. I was acclaimed the greatest horse and cow doctor in the world within two years after my graduation from medical school. KIildred Rhoades-WI became Uhio's champion Hog caller and after working at it ten years won the National contest. ,lack Ross--I became the route manager of the New York Central Railroad. Norman Schroeder-Iyly name will be forever endeared to the American people for mv invention of the aluminum radio tube. lfllen Skorke-I became the best rifle shot in the country. Bob Slack--I spent all my life trying to make my Chevrolet do 75 miles per hour. Klary .lane Smith-I cleaned up a million advertising grape juice. Obert Sutliff-I founded Sutliff Institute for the lVIental Defective. Pat IVhite-I looked for 58 years, boys, and I'm still single, so you've got a chance. .leanette Zachman-Invented a ruffle for dresses that just wouldn't wrinkle. Alton Adamsf-Voted by the Royal Order of Scientists the greatest of them all, at least I proved that I Xi' H2 zga-b-C ln.t+rl:y+t+1-Cn-4-n1+n,j2 Edward "Bud" Beaumont-Among my other works, I edited one which I re- conimend to you and you. It is entitled "Beaumont's Best Ballads for Banishing Boredom". ' Russell Blakcslee--1 er ah! did nothing exceptional except run the mile slower than a tortoise and I was also the editor of the Kindergarten Daily Bugle, the "Scandal Sheet of the Kiddiesn. Rose fllary Boylan-llly husband, Mr. Uaykin, and I were known as "El Toro and Valesquezn. Spanish Dancers Elite until El-I mean Bob got interested in tele- vision. KIary Brickman-Acclaimed as the "First Lady of Public Speaking" I hardly know what to say except that it amazes me how many of my old school chums come here on passes. Ford Brown-I attended Yarvard University, obtained my INI.A., B.A., Phd., D.l7.S.. NLD., and S.A. CSpanish Athletej degrees and was also acclaimed for being the star drum major. Grace Nellie Bruce-Ifxcept for being actress, authoress Qbest seller is "VVhy VVomen 'l'alk"J 1 have nothing to say. Edward Carr-I am the greatest Shakespearian actor of them all! Starting as sound effects man in "The Tempest" I soon worked up to Julius Caesar in the play of the same name and just to prove my acting is real I killed myself in "Romeo and Juliet"-as Romeo, of course. That is why I'm here hah! hah !. ' Klelvin Clapp-You are listening to what was the star reporter of the York Daily Satillite. Being laconic in speech all I can say is that l'm up here on atpass, and does it feel good to get away from a shovel. Bob Davies--Sherlock Holmes Davies I was known as in those days Although l was really a G-Klan. Because of my ability I was assigned a part with Edward G. Robinson in "Bullets or Pelletsl' and oh l-this will annihilate you-instead of my "getting" him at the close of the play- hal-he "got" me-hol hal Frank Denes--"The had that men do lives after them". I'll admit I was the two-gun killer of "Guns of Brimstone Valley" but other than that I'm a man without a past. As for my future-well I'm on a pass. John Faulkner-I was the first air pilot to ever Hy around the world non-stop and if it had not been for that hardtack-er-ah I mean those sandwiches that It-an whipped up I couldn't have done it. Shirley Goetz-Look at me. You say: "Now she could have been a salesgirl no doubt. A clothes designer, possibly. A Latin teacher, neverf' And yet I was. Yes, many a pupil have I asked with littering baleful siectacles as Latin teachers d D I h b H Y g 1... i o to conjugate t e ver amo' . Agnes Graham-You all have heard the saying that Scotch are tight. YVell, they are not! I've never been tight in my life. Ralph Hancock-I was the designer and builder of the world's largest ship "Dictator R." The only reason that it didn't rival the 'LQueen IN'Iary" was that it sank as it entered the water. Horace Hawthorne-I was taken to a sanitarium in my early thirties. I tried to make a man out of Freddy Bartholomew. Eleanor Highgate-I was thought of as being religious but who would have thought I would marry a minister. Bill Hobill-My one crowning glory was my "History of the Duck Billed Platypus" which obtained for me a place high up in the archives of the Royal lyluseum. Harris Hudson-I eclipsed even Adolph IVIenjou this making me the best dressed man in Hollywood. . Don johnson-Except for being an uncle the only outstanding thing I did was to go to college-and graduate. Albert Kosiorek-Me? Ah shucks! I was just the world's champion tleaweight pugilist of the twentieth century. Louis Loule--Have you never heard of "Loule the African Explorern? No? VVell, that's me. Dick Lysaght-I recommend to you for foggy days the Lysaght Sun Lamp "It Puts the Tan Anywhere". Victor Maiden-My claim to fame: I was the star basketball player of Hornell University. Nick Marsico-I fulfilled my pet ambition of playing Chopsticks on a steam-boat whistle. All I can say is Vvowl joseph Meeker-I am the ex-secret 'heart throb of thousands of my theater audience. The thing that made me slip was taking the wave out of my hair. Winifred lyleredith-An actress in New York City was as far as I got and so I started playing the races and was I.a wow! Don Mitchell-If I present a tattered appearance it is because I attained my highest ambition: I finally made some tri-nitro-tohiene. ' john Bfowry-F rom my little rowboat I was graduated to-well, you guess the Rear Admiral of the Normandie! Ross Newell-I obtained a position teaching parrots to talk and please don't blame me if they swear because I swore while I was doing it. Adelia Ozminski-I christened the first rocket ship in '96 and smashed in the prow with the wrong bottle. Marg Richmond--I became editor and only solicitor for the beauty sheet of the women, "Milady's Boudior". Betty Rosecrans-I am just a housewife and have a number of little Gulgins on my hands. Chuck Johnson--I married Uorthea "Red"' Stich and settled down and raised a large family. VVayne Joviak-I became the second "Tarzan" of the movies. Ruth Kelling-I was voted the second "Sonja Henie" on the ice. Harold Theadore King, Jr.-I was known as the "Two-fisted coach of the Oskash teachers". 5 T . T5 , I I ' A A - L ' llifg--, f Szxtyfour . ' ' "i5'3-rfjkc - ,J - -- ma Sf.Vfj'f1i7'l' Illildred Kolarik-I became the head of an ice cream factory. Ruth Le-Curg--They called 1ne "Greta Garbo the second". Bill Lesher-I became a world reknowned brain surgeon. blarian Lyman--I did acrobatic stunts on the New York Stage and you should have seen me, Boy! did I Wow them! VVanda INIcRoberts-I was just a salesgirl in lfaxies' Department Store. Clara Ilflakruski--I became a concert pianist and played before the King. Illargaret IXIarsl1-I succeeded my father as driver on City Bus Line. Hob Illeredith-The S.S. San Francisco became honored by my presence. I started as a gob and Hnally became the Admiral. Ruth llIeyers-I worked as a stenographer for a time and then married and settled dow11. Jack Ryan-I coached all freshmen on methods and ways of cheating their way through High School. Lois Nevins-Ilressmaking always fascinated me, so I took it up a11d became the highest paid dress designer in 1960. lien Pfaff-Having had so much previous experience with the subject I became a specialist in twisted knees. Catherine Pawlikowski-I worked in Hollywood as a beauty expert. Illargaret Plas-I modeled for the Style Center and later for the Fay Co. Evelyn Pyecroft-I posed for Nlaybelline Eye Nlake-up and later became an actress. Tom Reese-I was the holder of the world's largest collection of stamps. Thelma Reinker-I was the cashier at the Capitol Theater for many years. Jack Reith-I sang over a coast-to-coast network for I5 years. Helen Root-VVhy, of course, I married Willis. Helen Sekerak-I succeeded Miss Lentz as dietician at E.H.S. Rudy Skriletz-Starting out as class President, I furthered my political ambitions and in 1964. became the President of U. S. A. Ivlargaret Smith-After years of research, I found a new way to use old razor blades-for dresses. A Henry Szewczyk-I founded "The Szewczyk Bakery" in Cleveland. janet Strohl-I was a ballet dancer on Broadway. Gladys Tittle-I wrote the year's best seller "How to Keep from Going Bald" in 1952. Tony Tsarones--I worked for my father i11 his shoe repair shop. George Urbansok-I invented a new and undiscovered way to butcher a pig. jim Urig-I taught the Boy Scouts how to build fires. Steve VValend-I succeeded my brother as sports writer for the Chronicle- Telegram. - VVaymon VVilson-I won the heavyweight title in 1050 and became known as the "Second joe Louis". Elma VVirth-I did beauty work i11 Cleveland. Ray Yost-I taught Astronomy at Oberlin College. Jack Selby-Qpardon me, folks-just a minute till I awaken himl VVho me? Oh, I was a six day bike rider. Ned Abromoska-I inve11ted a 11ew pretzel bending machine. David Babich-I was a tailor and when I got through with a job you could never tell where the hole had bee11. Tom Iianville-VVhy, I invented a machine f0l' counting the stars. julia Benko-I worked as a waitress in Sederis' Restaurant. Rosalie Boron-After years and years of bitter disappointments, I finally won a11 Ivory Soap Contest in I942, a11d what do you think the prize was? Yes, a case of Ivory Soap. Alwyn Bridgett-I was a Cabinet Making teacher at Ridgeville School. Ann Bush-I married the son of J. P. Morgan and toured the world. Helen llarie Cameron-I won the women's rolling pin throwing contest. Florence Christensen-I climbed to the top of Mt. Everett.. Betty Danner-I became Nlrs. Dupont, first lady of the land in 1054. Theodora Demos-I won a lylarathon Dance at the Coliseum. llildred Eckhardt-I joined a circus as an educated midget. George Fesler-I won a shoe salesman's contest. Tom Flood-My boats saved California back in '38, Jack Fox-"Children cried for me", I made lollypops. Francis Gerhartinger-I became a retired gentleman farmer. IXIarian Gilmore-I danced and danced and danced, till I was shot for dis- turbing the neighbors. Hob Hopkins-I was a transcontinental air pilot. Phyllis lckes-I was the singing star of N. B. C. Herbert Kaatz--I went to a sanitorium to recover from trying to get a candid camera shot of an earth worm at lunch. Harold Kemp--I doubled for King Kong. Helen Lehman-I became the first woman mayor of Elyria. Dorothy Lingenfelter-I won the Nobel Prize for violin playing. Betty Lumley--I became a world famous Journalist. Voris McIVIillen-I owned a national chain of movie theatres. Hazel Martixi-I wrote the five best sellers in ISQ. Lloyd Morse-I founded the Brain Trusters' Society. Bob Nloss-I became the President of the Candid Camera Society of the U.S.A. Helen Naughton-I put my children to sleep nights with my violin music. Alice Nickoli-I was the first woman to run for President of U.S.A. Did I win? Of course not. ,Iohn Palik-I was America's second Robert Taylor. Nlargie Pemberthy-I soothed tired brows with my dainty hands. You guessed it, I was a nurse. Nick Pokey--I won the Olympics one mile race in 1940. Harold Raphel-I succeeded Rockefeller in his gasoline and oil fortune. Vivian Richards-I won a woman's motorcycle contest. Delbert Roig-I became a second Major Bowes. Russ Schrader-I was the cowboy sweetheart of the American VVomen. Allen Sehlymeyer-I invented a smokeless pipe. Sally Seybert-I discovered a cure for housemaid's knee. Art Haag--In order to make things boom for my fellow graduates, I took over a fire cracker plant. Eleanor Grabor-I won the swimming championship at Cascade Park. .Ioan Gray-I coached girls' basketball at Vassar. .Iack Heritage--I got 146 cog-wheels to move at once and boy! that was sumpin'. Virginia Sinegar-I married, of course. Zelma Smith-I took up parachute jumping and made big money jumping off the Empire State Building. Helen Stantion-I sang in a church choir. Janet Tichenor-After driving Bob nearly crazy, I finally married him so he would know where I was. ,Iane Unger-I sold beauty products for the Harriet Hubbard Ayers Co. Harriet VVieser-I discovered run-proof stockings. jim VVorcester-After three years of humming, I found myself in the C. C. C. Camp. Frank Yungman-I went to Africa and hunted big game but the worst of it was, they hunted for me instead. Six! yxix Si.X'f'1'.l'l'?'l'II Jeanne Lindsey-IXIy success in pictures speaks for itself. Peg Lugas--I'm the secretary to the owner of our hotels. Lois IXIcQuistion-I was voted the "All American Girl". Anna Illae Illeeks-I was B. Fell's assistant secretary. Andy KIeldrum-I'm a representative of jolly old England. Oliver llooii-My eyes get "John Public" from the bill boards. B. VVheeler and Bob Shepard-Violinist and pianist on A and P program. Phyllis Tracy--Dick and I were co-starred in our last picture, "Dick Tracy's Revenge". Virginia Crisman-My latest cook book was a success. Betty ilIiller-lyfy medical ability is known all over the world. Dale Sprague-Ilfiy post office address was "Cleveland Indians". Sally Hayley-I ran on a sand bar. VVilma Bloem-IVIy chicken farm is the favorite tea room of tourists. Bob Chandler--INIy latest article is in Esquire, called "Girl-Proofn. Anne Vincent-I modeled for Vogue. Hob and Howard Steele-We formed the Steele and Steele Chemist Co. .lack Spencer-Haven't you heard me and my trombone with Tommy Dorsey? Rlaurice lVeisbrod--I was tennis champ and a tickler of the ivories. Patsy Fulmer-All's I can say is that in the end those Southern men get you. Bob Carman-I invented the Carman slippery-swishy swing. june Barchard-My life work is in the art of gummy work. Helen Harris-My blues singing speaks for itself. Rose Kaiser-Illy southern voice is the seller of "Sirrupy lWolasses". Norma Crandall-I aid women in the art of facials and reducing. Darlene Lilley--"Ye Olde Florist Shop". Allen Shaw-I was the modern P. G. Woodhouse. What ho! Nancy Silsbee-I was the concert pianist in the Elyria Philharmonic Orchestra. Helen Illary Smith-Teacher? No! Salesgirl? No! Secretary? No! Artist? Yes! And my! can I swing a mean brush! Bob and Dick Spiimks-We are the Spinks K Spinks Sphinx Co. janet Swancott-I was currently playing Mrs. to Tarzan Don Taylor's Mr. which is or was all in all not a bad setup. Harold Taylor-I can now look you in the eye and say I've had my seventh suc- cessful season as Illacbeth . Yippe-e. Illargaret Taylor--I was the manager of the Ye Olde Taylor Pet Shoppe and featured all animals, especially cats. Dorothy Thayer--What can I say other than that I am the wife of Prof. Larry? Delores Tonry-I too am a housewife and I think Jim does make a good husband. Kenneth VValker-I was lineoleum layer deluxe but the stuff got me after a while. I then took up surrealism, and can I make patterns! Dick lVebber-I am the inventor of Webber's Patented Webbing Device for Vlfehbing Linwebbed Ducks. Judson VVehman--I was the football coach of Hornell University. Russell VVheeler-I am the founder of VVheeler and Son's, Inc.-factory for the manufacture of gold toothpicks. Everett VVitham-You are looking at the American Ambassador to Russia and if you notice the undergrowth on my chin, remember: "VVhen in Russia do as the Russians do!" Edmund VVright-They called me a tickler of the ivories but you should see me on a harp! And so dear readers you have had a brief glimpse into the future. Perhaps there will be such a meeting of dear old E.H.S. 1938 graduates beyond those pearly gates, so if there is we'll be seein' you, for, who knows? 'i ff ' rgpfyia X Senior: ' SENIOR DISTINCTION DAY MEMORIAL CLOTHES Girls-Virginia Nlohrman june Barchard Lois Barlow Peg Richmond .lean Swancott Boys-.lim Brown Ed Carr Ken Chapman Bud Geitgey VVayne -loviak ,IEXVELRY jane Unger Bob Davkin Joan Gray Lois McQuistior1 Allen Shaw ANNONCEMENTS Janet Tichenor Harold Black Charles Hoover Dorothy Lingenfelter .lack Selby SENIOR DISTINCTION DAY F937 Pat Fulmer John Faulkner Francis Given Bob Meredith Betty Miller Nancy Miller Rudy Skriletz Bob Spinks Don Taylor .lim Tite Ed Wright Jeannette Zachman '1 1 'E fe J iei is Peg Lugas Bob Carr Edna Lottman Lloyd lvlorse Lois Nevins janet Strohl CAPTION Betty Ilfliller Carl Bathory Ford Brown Bob Chandler lllelvin Clapp Frances Given Rose Helyes Mildred Kolarik Paul IVIalenchini Ruth IVIyers Julia Olah Dorthea Stich Dorothy Thayer Kenneth VValker Everett VVitham HISTORY Anne Vincent Rosemary Boylan Zelma Smith Bob Spinks Don Taylor Ed VVright FLOVVER A .lean Taylor Delight Pitkin Jack Reith Bob Ilioss Jim Tite R IOT' l'O Jeannette Buchholz Tom Banville Nlary Brickman Adelia Ozminski Victor Nlaiden PROPH ECY Gwen Irvin Don Guncler Horace Hawthorne Robert Nleredith Betty Rosecrans Gladys Tittle COLOR Phyllis Ickes Theordora Demos Bob Iwallory Louis Loule Patricia VVhite SOCIAL Grace Almas Alton Adams Sally Bayley Chuck Cromling Bud Beaumont Betty Duffy Evelyn Fenimore Pat Fulmer Carl Gleason Janet Smith Jeannette Zachman Kenneth Swindling CLASS POET Virginia Chrisman Sixtyvight Si.X'fj'IIiII 1' cam Pm, Thu' St-nim' Class Play, a lhrcc-act cmncmly entitled "Tho l.atc Cliristnphci' Bean" hy Sidney llowarcl, was prcscntccl May 19 ancl 20 unilci' the mlirection of Miss Nina bl. llalwr. The plot is huilt arouncl thc paintings of Clnistophcr Ilcan, xx-'lm whcn he clicml loft a tow dusty canvasscs to pay his doctor hill. The l-laggctt family con- siclcrctl them of littlc value. XN'licn fricncls of thc late Nr. llvan appcarc-cl and askccl fm' thc canvasses as int-incntocs, thc llaggctts were surprisccl. .-X Now York critic i11fm'1nccl llr. llaggctt that M11 llcan's tlauhs were worth a fortumn .X mail scramhlc cnsuccl. Aniusing inciilcnts occurrcfl whilc thc suspense of uncovering the paintings hclcl all cmiccriicrl breathless. The cast was as follows: Dr. Haggett, Bob Nleredithg Blrs. Haggctt, Ber- natlinc VVelme1'g Ahlmy, llorotliy Thayerg Susan l-laggett, lxl21l'g2il'Cl Lugasg Acla llaggctt, Phyllis lckcsg VVa1'1'cn Creamer, llnh Chandlery Tallant, ,lim Titeg Roscn, lloh llaviosg llavcnport. lion Grunclcr. Ei' Q ,ff y , --fr: 1 ji 1 C 1 fax? -isfn L 1 V , 1 MA' rv X o , - . H A, , , ,,,f, V. J. ,., I , 'R f W fu ' Z '7'-X 'Ks .gr -Ei.-Q Q it TIE 5 ' 4 f 9' Lg- " z2- g - Xin- e. Rendered 8 Geo. P M5-1: 1 -:H y agar' -E fi- , A is X, x N x ,Q Ls. gd' . B gf ' fl' N X . r xlfel. ' ,air - , 'f?"X , k: . -u. ' mmwaasnmwaaaufonss Left In right First row: Margaret Lngas. Helen Stantion. Mildred Kolarik, Gwen Irvin. Delores Tonry, llorothy Thayer, VYinifred Meredith. jane Ynger, Nan Sliryock. jean Frisp. Second row: Lawrence Forbes. Jeannette Hllllllllllll. Rolverta llowenstine. l'at linliner, llnrotliy Nan. Nancy Xlilller, Nancy Koplin, Mary Kaiser, Doris Seve-rs, Joan Hauer. lie-My Hiller. Anne Vincent, Ilarnld llahnke. Third ron: lidmnnd NYright, Bob Meredith, Don Taylor. linh Spinlcs. farl llatliory. Jim lferrinian john I'llllllliHt'l'. Rudy Skriletz, Holi l'liandler, All-n Shaw. NVirh 23 seniors and I2 juniors holding membership in the National Honor Society, the organization is larger than it has been in recent semesters. The members pledge themselves to uphold high standards in scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The I7 seniors inducted this spring are: Carl Bathory, Jeannette llnchholz, Robert Chandler, Patsy Fnlmer, Gwen Irwin, lVIildred Kolarilc, Robert Bleredith, xViIIlfl'Cll lleredith, Allen Shaw, Rudy Slcriletz, Robert Spinks, Helen Stantion, Uon Taylor, Dorothy Thayer, Dolores Tonry, .lane Unger, and Ann Vincent. The five seniors who were elected last year were: john Faulkner, Klargaret lnigas, Betty bliller, Nancy bliller, Edmund lvright. The I2 juniors initiated were: Joan Bauer, jean Crisp, Harold Dahnke, james lferriman, Bernie Fobes, Lawrence Forbes, Roberta Howenstine, llary Kaiser, Nancy lxoplin, Dorothy Nan, Doris Severs, and Nan Shryoclc. The Elyria Chapter received its charter in 1926. Since that time 211 students have been honored with membership. ' l . E 6.2.5 Sewzztyt-zt'o f fj-' ...T L.. - - : Q, 1 F .I - " as-:ss V. v Sl'7't'lIfj'fllI'l'f' Senioav fl Cappella Chad- Sflnqs Un Uccasians Left to rightfffl"irst row: Pat Fulmer. Gwen Irvin. Helen Stantion, Helen Naughton. .lean Brani- well. llorothy Yietzen. Ailelia Ozniinski, Pat Peters, Roberta Howenstine, Uorinne Rhodes, llelen Root, Edna Uriti, Queena Scott, Second row: Lorna Fiedler, Nancy Silshee, Heilen Simpson, Marian Ives. Dora Beal, Helen Briggs, Flara lllakrusl-ci, Virginia Mohrman, Patricia Hoke. Joan Norsworthy, Mr, Beck, Agnes Graham, Helen Bristol, Eleanor tiralmor, Dorothy Thayer, Frances Given, Marian Ellis. Joan Bauer, Lois Youtz. Shirley Buckley. ' Third row: ,leannette Buchholz. .lune llonnelly, Me-tier Heidrich. ,lim Ferriman. llert Alexander. Jim Tite. Richard Ruramlt, Bob Mallory, John Faulkner. Bolt Rieth. Maxine' YYamslcy, Dorothy Jenkins, lletty Rosecrans. Margaret Taylor. Top row: liharles 0'Malley, ,lim Agate, Nick Pokey. Harold Black. Russ Schrader. Jack XYood. Leonard llunford. Everett VVitham, Tom Cochrane, XVm. Sahol, Ray Harper. Harold Kemp, Jack Elton. Art Sparks. tNot in picture 'Tom Reese.l The Sdiior A Cappella Choir is completing its most profitable year. It is com- posed of sixty members who must fulfill the necessary requirements for admission. 'lil1l'0llgll graduation this year the choir loses twenty-eight members. Among the appearances the choir has made this year the most notable was the Christmas concert held on December I9 and the Spring Concert given on Nlay 27. The choir was invited to broadcast on lVIay 8 over station VVHK in Cleveland and this proved one of the most enjoyable events on the year's calender. The Lake Erie League Music Festival, in which the choir participated, was held this year at Shaker Heights High School on March 19. The choir has given several performances of a smaller nature such as singing for assemblies, one junior High program, and the High School Parent-Teacher Association. .lohn Faulkner served the choir as president and Nancy Silsbee was the secretary- treasurer. Harold Black, with his committees, arranged for and carried out one of the most enjoyable picnics the choir has ever had both from the standpoint of fun--and food! I Pwieetianists Render Fine Swwioe to School Left to right Alliert Kosiorek, Alton Arlams. llarolcl Gage. Mr. Adams. Paul licliler. Dick llaum harflt. lirlwin Robson, llonSimms. Roman Xagorlia, The llrojectioilist Club holcls its meetings once each month. The memhers are requirerl to run projectors in the classrooms when they are requestecl :mel are at lilmerty to clo so. Members also show pictures for organizations out of school. They secure films from a uumlmer of sources: the Ohio State llepartmeut of liclucatiou, United States llureau of Mines. and United States Departiiieiit of Agriculture. Some films from imlustrial concerns are also shown iii the grade schools. ,X total of about fifteen reels of pictures are shown each week. The officers of the clulm are Alton Aclams, l'resiclent: lfrlwin liolrsoii, Secre- tary and Treasurerg and Dick Baumharclt, Chief Projectifmist. Mr. li. IJ. Aclams serves as advisor to the cluh. ll is the purpose of this clulm to serve the school lay operating the picture machines in all class rooms where they are rcquirecl aml to keep all ecluipiitezit in the finest comlitiou. diff J 1 -:U nail,--vw 1 ' 5 'l'7'1'llfv1'f-U nr Spanish Club Activities Keep memims Busy l.1-it to right 'l'1'o11cl1i11g: -lCZlllClfL' ZllCll1llilll, Yicel'1'esi1le11t1 llillll Klnlcncliini. l'1'1-sill:-111: ,l21112't Smith, Si-1'l'n-12113: Sitting: Bluxinc XY:1111slvy. lh-1'112uli11c XXI-lw1', ,lcun Tziylor. Nl21ri21n flilniurc. lit-tty Ann Ihilliyz S1:1111ling': Mary Horn. Alill'g'1l!'L'I SQl!Zlt'it'!'. Phyllis l1llI'lSIlllIlIl. Alicc Linsky. Joyce- Nichols, Runion H1-lling. Holi l'h4-lps. llolorcs llnncy. Rich211':l C5111-lic. Miss Little-ton. xvllllillll l,21hi1T. RlYSt'1l1Zl1'y lloylzin, Mary lil'lCl'iIllilll. llvlcn NY1'igl1t. Nancy Ricliimls, llcriiicc Nicholas. X'i1'gi11i21 fllll'lSI'llZlIl. llfll llviim-tt. Thc following oil'icc1's scrvccl this j'L'2ll'I lllllll lXl2llt'IlClllZll, l7l'CSlClL"ll 5 'lL'!l"L'llL' ZllClllllIl1l. vice-p1'csiclc'11t: .lunct Smith, SCCl'CfZll'f', Zlllll Roscinzwy lloylzri, ti'c:1s- urcr. fiL'tUlK'l"-'lql'lC first niwting w21s clcvotccl to o1'g2miz21tio11. For C1llCl'f21llllllL'l'lf thc iiicinlwrs pzirticipzitecl in Z1 Spanish Spclliuff' llcc. 'H x Novcmlici'-Tlmnksgiving play, which was written hy llolr l'hclps, w21s cnzictccl hy Dolores llzmey zuicl 'lean Tzlylor. lk-cciiilmci'-At the 211111u21l Cl1l'lS1lllZlS mccting' thc members followed Z1 cus- tom lIlZll1g'lll'2llL'il ln' Il former L'lZlSS4l5lllllllllQ El Naciinicnto, known in 1X1nc'1'ic21 21s ll Nativity oi' BIZIIIQCI' Sccnc. Alilllllillf'--rlilll' incnibcrs were ClltCl'fZllIlCLl by Il Coronet quzlrtet. l:L'l31'LlZll'f"TllC l1lL'lI'lllCl'S s21w motion picturcs P0l'tl'1lj'lIlgI lifc in liZll'CCl0llZl :mtl Yzilcncin. lXl211'cl1-Aftcl' thc new mcmlmcrs wcrc initiutecl, thc mcmlmcrs cnjoycml 21 Spanish Yoicc of thc People li,l'0Ql'2llllfl.Zl Yoz dc l:1 Cicntc. Tho yc:n"s zlctivitics Culminutcil in thc .Xnnunl Spzmish llunquct on lXl21y 13. -gif: -,H .. 1 1 a U Up..- ' .-1 "' IH 1 - V " S1'7't'Ilfj'fIi'l'l.' ' wk? Yr -B Q31 1: s o Playas wud Pfwmotea 7ntae.st in Dmma Left to rightfStanding: Bob Bolly, Bob 1"he-lps, Harry Koplin. John Faulkner. Paul Richards. Bob Chandler, jim Tite, Don Keating. Paul Eckter, Deborah Silsbee, Valerie Tite, Rita Halpin, Virginia Mohrman, Louise Law, Sitting- --First row: Rosemary Boylan, VVinifred Meredith. Jean Crisp, Nan Koplin, joan llaner, Hob Meredith. Holi Macllonald, VVard Travers. Rudy Skriletz. Sitting4Second row: Gwen Irvin, Dot Thayer, Lois Harlow, Pat Fulnier, Jack Reinhardt, Peter Smith, Lowell Sellers. Sitting--Third row: Janet Strohl, Helen Naughton. llob Karp. The Players' Club under the direction of Miss Nina Baker consists of 38 members, who have gained membership by working on crews or plays. They are graded by a flexible point system. the number of points depending on the amount of work they do. However, the membership is kept at a level, minimum being 30 and the maximum 50. The Club has sponsored various productions: "Growing l'ains" an all- school playg "The Golden Rive-r" by the Tatterman Guild of Marionettesg a Christmas play entitled "Faith and VVorks.', The pins of the club are made in the shape of masks and may be had in either silver or gold. To serve on program committees the president appoints new members at every meeting and in the four weeks between meetings a program of dramatic nature is prepared. The Players' Club increases the knowledge of its members along dramatic lines such as present day actors and actresses, productions, playwrights and the staging of productions in general. The permanent stage crew is under the apprentice ,system with two senior boys as the heads of the division. The underclassmen work up to crew heads. A group of boys volunteer to help on call. They engage in a number of duties, such as setting the stage, handling lights, pulling curtains and other things. They also are of much assistance in the assemblies, and they had twenty-five calls this year. llarry Cook, l2A, did the stage settings, and Bob Phelps, also IZA, took care of the lights. The following boys helped in this volunteer work: Harry Koplin, llob Dolly, 'lohn Murbach, Don Keating, Iohn Souris, and l'aul Richards. At the annual theater party, on March 9, 27 members and the adviser, Miss llaker, went to the Hanna Theater in Cleveland in a chartered bus to see llelen Hayes in "Victoria Regina". as ci L Sl"lVl'lI fysix ' flid.sRendmDiv " Sauce Left to right First row: Marguerite l"Idvvards, Norma Crandall. Marian Anderson, Rosalea Sea- lmold. Mildred Kularik, Galen Ramser, Bmce Eppley, Bob Spinks, Jeannette Zncliman, Bill Bennett. Second rhw: llorothy l,ing'enfelter, Virginia Mohrman. Rosemary Kaiser, Helen Taylor, Jean Altfeld. Mary llartos. Yiola Dougherty. Ann Meeks. Dot Nan. Bernice Nicholas. VValter Xiegowski, llowarml llendricks. Lois Lersch. Dot Jenkins. Third row: Nlary jo lfritsclize, Delight Pitkin, Frances Given, Lila Tntford, Patty Hoke, ,lane Davies, Marilyn llastings. Marian llolnies, Lynnette Schafer, Nan Sliryock. Fourth row: l'anl lfckler. l.es Nicholas, John Nevins. llarold Dahnke. CAbsent: Farl llrooltlianser and Marjorie Scl1nltz.l In the school library during Book VVeek, November I5-IQ, a 20 foot poster, re- presenting the theme, "The Road To Adventure", was stretched near the ceiling between the chandeliers. From this poster seven crepe streamers ran to seven neatly- lettered scrolls which were inscribed as follows: Explorer's Haven, Artist's Point, Poetry Cove, lfuropean Uetour, Road of the Past, Landls End, and Adventure Trails. lfnder these seven scrolls were 2I posters depicting a book, incident, scene, or place or biography. The Posters for the contest were made by Carl Iirookhauser, Les Nicholas, Bliss Dorothy jones' and Bliss Barbara Plocher's classes. Robert Chandler, winner of the Poster Contest, selected "Northwest Passage" as his prize. Uuriizig Rook VVeek the assistants prepared radio skits. , . Soin?-Hof the various types of work done by the assistants are: filing, typing, stamping and sorting library slips, arranging bulletin board displays and preparing new books for circulation. In lliarch the best books of 1937 for young people as selected by the American Library Association were displayed. The books were so popular that many of the hooks were reserved for the rest of the semester. An electric stylus, a tool used to write the numbers on the back of the books, was purchased at the beginning of the second semester. Les Nicholas, operator, finds that using it gives better results than using India ink and shellac. The library, under the direction of Miss hffargaret Scott, offers facilities not only for the reading of .to magazines and reference work in the various subjects taught but also affords the opportunity for the borrower, both student and teacher, to draw books for home reading. hge.. -4 xb!7'tlI'lH7'lII 12 was ,.. i I' 'lu ' Repeeeente 6.1-LS. at Lehi Ext 5 ' Contest In the :umual Lake lirie Lezlgue lfxtuiiipoix- Spczlkiiig Contest at Slum' High. Fast Clcvclzmd, March 11, joan llnucr. junior, spoku on "Ik-tlcr Buying". Ruin-rl Chzmcllci' was ziltcrilatc. Miss Alice Stofcr was Zl1iViSCl'. These Students llloeleed on the Squad Loft tu right---lfirst row: Paul Irion. Ruin-rt i'hzmilIci'. Rub llnykin. john Ifzmik- ner. Scuinlrl row: Pzlisy FIIIIIICY, Ilumtliy Tlizlya-i'. iiillli licklvr. Rlvlllllll Xngiurkzl. Dick Funk. june Riclxwine. ' L fr i Si'ffr11fyrigfl1r .. , K5 I N 'Xxx Si "Z'4'I1fj'IIilI!' lllflll J phlndwh Tl.A:p.n Ifl1.Ll. tn.-:Al A AA-. 4004 5- mf l.eft to right First row: Gertrntle Cltesler. lletty Stoffer. Mary Brickman. Eleanor l-ligligate. llelcn lYriglit. Xlarian Aelaie. lleth Corkill. Arlene llaven. lila Smith. Marcella llayes. Lois l'helps. Nancy Koplin. Viola lirngel. Ruth Sehroeter. Seeonil row: Lois Xlarie llennett. lllary .lean Xlelilifresh. Joan llneket. Martha llroclheek. Rita llalpin. Louise Law, Marian llolmesr Germaim: Copas. Helen Reese. Joanne Lyon. Georgia Sntton. Sliirley Altfelrl. Mary Scmleris. ,lean Tattersall. .lean Crisp. Valerie Tite. Dorothy Johnson, Janet Stevens. Rita Meyer. lletty lirilman. Xliriam llaeth. 'l'hiril row: Norma Rhoails. Lester Croft. jack Refenning. l.ee Smith. lloh Holly. .lack Kelly, Tom llanville. lliek Ferrell. l'hil Ilairtl. Rieharil llines. lhnl Ilofntann. Burl Garland. Stewart llawthorne, l'anl Krelvs. fhris Smith. Fourth row: llolb Bleremlitli. lloyle Slutzker, llertoii llrimlge. George Greenich, lloh Ericson. lloh ll:iri4-s, Ford llrown. llan Ostrov. Andrew Foreman. Mr. lleck. Roh Kaiser. Roman Nagorka. Peter Smith, Semonr XYeilz. l'l1il Coe. .lack Reinhardt. Noel llnekett, Howard llenrlricks. CNot in picture-- lleorgina jones. llarolwl l3ean.l The junior Choir, uniler the mlireetion of il. Martin lleelt, is composed of 70 voices. This choir, aside from preparing singers for the Senior Choir, is a per- forming group in its own right. lt has sung on two occasions for the High School l'arent-Teaelier Association ancl on March lo for the Senior Assemhly. The program for this last event was as follows: HO Eyes of 115' Belovecll' hy ili Lasso: "ltalia" hy Donizettig "Golden Slumhers" hy Rohertong HCZll'll'lC1l1lH hy H. Lane Nllilson. The officers of the choir are: Rohert Meredith, presiflentg Shirley Altfelil. SCL'l'l'l'1ll'y'-I'I'l'1lSlIl'l'l'Q llvayne Garland, Paul Krebs, and Stewart Hawthorne, lihrarians. -ggi? ' swam opium l,eft to right---First row: Evelyn Fenimore, Zelma Smith, Helen Naughton. Helen Stantion. Eleanor Grabor, Jean Swancott, Beatrice Fell, Virginia Mohrman, Patsy Fulmer, Lois McQuistion, Norma Van- Kuren, Margaret Lngas, Mary Jane Smith, and Jeanette Zachman. Second row: Mary Brickman, Bernadine VVevber, Elma Wirth, Theo Mel.:-an. Rosalie lloron. Janet Tichenor. Grace Almas. Ruth Kelling, joan Grey. Julia Olah, Anne Bush, VVinit'red Meredith, Lois Nevins, Nancy Miller, Dorothy Thayer, Betty Miller, Rosalea Seabold. Third row: Beverly NVright, Margaret Corts. Ettabelle Underhill, Nlarian Ellis, Doris Severs, Mary Kaiser. Dorothy Jenkins, Jean Crisp. Shirley Altfeld, Marian Holmes, Roberta Howenstine, Marcia Webber, Joan Swindling, Nancy Koplin, Adelia Ozminski. This is the first year since its inception that the Leaders' Group has been organized with officers. They are: President, llea Fellg Vice-president, Peg Lugasg Treasurer, Roberta Howenstineg and Secretary, May Kaiser. ln accord with this new program of organization a meeting has been held once a month for any necessary business. This year the enrollment of I.eaders' Group is 50 girls. A large number of these will be lost by graduation to be replaced by 35 newly elected members. Juniors elected are: Dot Vietzen, Kay Sinnott, Shirley Buckley. Helen Reese. Dorothy Nau, Marilyn Hastings, -loan Norsworthy, Dorothy Johnson, Mary Sederis, .lane Davies, -lane Gleason, Phyllis Christman, Rita Halpin. Norma VVise- man, Clara Mae Goetz, Queena Mae Scott, 'loan Bauer, Bernice Nickolas. Ruth Ostrov, lfllen Hancock, Agnes Kapcar, Edna Thompson, ,lean Aschenbach, and Helen Czak. Sophomores elected are: Eleanor Carr, Shirley Hull, Lois Lersch, Lois Ann Fell, ,lean llffosely, Margaret Wehman, Patricia Hoke, Lila Tufford, Jean Tattersall, Nlartha Brodbeck, and Beth Corkill. The duties of Leaders' Group are to assist Miss Kemble not only in Physical Education classes but also in the after-school activities. Another activity this year was ushering at the Clare Tree Major plays. Valuable assistance in the drive for funds for the purchase of band uniforms was given by Leaders' Group in the selling of E. H. S. pins. A bicycle hike and Wiener roast was held at Betty Miller's in the fall. An initiation party for the newly-elected girls was held in the gym in the fall. The standards to which a girl must measure to gain admittance to Leaders' Group are: a grade of "A" in posture, passing grade in all academic subjects, neatness in personal appearance, playing knowledge of all games offered, ability to lead without antagonizing, a good attitude toward school work in general, and willingness to accept responsibility. T 2 L: . V , r .. -A-Y ' lg li ' JE bp' C 4 . 1 J- 'Q-Tf""'r.i- ' 1 V -T 'fghyaxv Y Y--.1 1..- Y "' 'fa v JJ' ---t-' Eighty ' in Band foe: Fmt Zime--Swccew ' ' ' 1,1-ft to 1-ight First row lsitti11g'J: Txiilllll 111-11dfcl1. Lois Youtzy. lli11121 1C1'11c1', 17111'ot11y 171-'1. 111111-11:1 S1'l1:11'i11:1. l':1r1 1.i11g'e11fuit1-1'. ,lim 1l211'se111z1. l'1121s, Sl111Yl'lj'. 1Y21y111- fiZl1'1Z11l1l. l'l1i1 l1of111:111, l1o11':11'1l ll1-11111'i1'ks. Roht. l'o1111-roy, Vllltlll lP211'is. S1-uonrl row fall are stn11d111g1: Jim Ri11v1'n1'11t. XY111. Davis. f.l?llltl0 Nlnrtivi. Lee Smith. 1l:11'o111 Kemp. Rose Xlllfj' l1:11'111w. XY111. Szxhol. 1111111 Nlowry. Marian l1111111es. Oliver Slll1l1t'1'1. ,lim 11111'11111tt. KC11. li1111t1'111z111. 1112111 1121111-1'. 1111111 llof1111111. xvilylltt Meiiike. lid. 1lo11s1111. 'l'11i1'11 111113 111-1-g1111i11r SZl1ltll'tlCli. .luck NV21lto11. l.111y11 I2111lwig. Fortl 13row11, 171111 Xl:1111'1-1'. ,lim l!1'ow11. ,lack S1't'11Ct'1'. 'l'o11y Nlzwsico. lgt'!'11t'l 1i1't1V1'11. xY2l1'l't'11 RUTITIINUI1, Rieliard llines, Ruth Xvl1llLZl11l. Doug. Iii1'1'l1. Xlr. R1-ck. l"o111't11 row: l':1111 Krfus. llz1r111d l1ottli1'11. ll:-11w11i1- XY2111-1111. Rwlut. 51211141-l. ,lack 1'llt1111. Nick Nl:11'ei1'U. 1,4111 Kl1l111L'1'. 1Yillis l1li11zl1-y. HZl1'1'y Xotley, lirncst Holtz. T111l1 xY112l1'1I111. N:1t11:111 l3r1'11111-1'. 1'l11g1-111- 1lllL'k1'lT. For the first time 111 the 11ist1'1ry of the school. girls helped in the work of the lilllltl. Their presence brought the total of 111e11111e1's of the 111211'c11i11g 11211111 t11 6-1. AcC111'11i11g t11 Mr. Martin lleclc, the 1l1l't'Cf01'. "They have 11rove1l to he Zlllllx 11211111 l11Cl11l1C1'S.H for all the foot112111 games at 11111116 during the past season. llesides playing the 11211111 made one trip t11 Shaw High School 211111 p21rticip21te11 in several parades. Two 111'11111 111Z1'10l'S served the l11Z1l'Cl1ll1g' 11211111 this year: Ford lil'UXYll 211111 11is l11'U1l1Cl' 11L'l'I1t.'ll. The concert 11211111 consists of 54 111611115618 who contitiue the work after the 111111112111 SCZISOI1. The 11211111 concert 1111 Ftt1ll'L1Zl1'1' IS was the high spot of its winter activities. The followiltg 111e111l1e1's served as officers of the 11211111: 12161: Spencer, BT2111- ager: 1111111 lXlo11'1'y, Assistant M311Hg'C1'Q Carl I.i11g'e11fe1te1', Claude lX"TEil'Tll1, 211111 P21111 Krebs, lXlilIlZlgt11',S Co111111ittee. ,J .1-fe 1 1 'HQ V - , l'.lfjllfj'01lt' 'Ei ' F "L N. Wins fo Was Pon Ruth 0s6wu RLTH OSTROV Vylhen Ruth Ustrov, junior, wrote the winning essay in the American Legion fontest in this district ot the state, she enjoyed the eight-day all-expense-paid trip to Vllashington with l5 other students and two chaperones. The essays of XYilliam llowell and hlohn Stang were among the 16 essays st-'lt from this district to the state. For the past four years the American Legion and Auxiliary have sponsored this essay eontest for the students of grades nine, ten, eleven and twelve. This year the sulmject was. "My Responsibility as a Citizen". The essays were supposed to contain not less than 400 words and not more than 600 words. The winning essays from the city were sent to the district and the winners at the district were sent to the state. The essays in the city were graded 807 on content and 2054 on technique. The prize of five dollars was won hy Gwen lrvin, IZA. The winners of the three dollar prizes in each grade are as follows: Seniors, Rudy Skriletz. Gwen lrving luniors, Wlni. Powell, lJoris Seversg Sopromores, ,lohn Stang. llelen Simpson, Freshmen, l'hil llofman. Alice Tarry. Vlfinners of the two dollar prizes are: Seniors, lloh Chandler, Anne Yincent: bluniors, Richard Funk, Ruth Ostrov: Sophomores, llill llutch. Shirley llall: Freshmen, Clayton lllelieth and lllarilyn lvebster both of Jefferson -lunior High. The winners of the one dollar prizes are: Seniors, Paul Malenehini, llarhara .lenningsg iluniors, .lohn lloylan, 'lean Crisp: Sophomores, l'aul lrion, Mary llardg Freshmen, Harry Koplin, Ruth lfllen Macllonald. 'iff ly ' I 1. i t '9 -1355111 lfiglllylreo 15-44, ' X scum Panama umm :Swap Two wma Pi 2 X 4 . - iflrfl Left to riglitl-Crouching: jason Geisel. lloh Uaykin, First row: Miss Edwards. Roh Minch. l.oweil Sellers. lloruthy llolliday, Mary Margaret l'las, livelyn Pyecrolt, julia Olah, Mildred Kolarik. Ruse-in:n'y lluylan, 'lust-pliiiin' llines. Alina VYirtli, Alina XYiltun. Dick llupkins. Second ron: llnh Moss, K'lizn'les johnson. Zelina Smith. Muna Lee, lletty Anne llntiy. llazel fXl:n'tin. l'lzlil'e li:n'lwer. ,lane file-asoii. Phyllis l'ln'istnian, Marion Lindherg. Betty Rosecrans, llill lhnril'eI'. William Smith. 'l'hird row: janet Rairsnn, Helen NYright. Rose llelyes. ,lane lloreski. Angeline l'ronesti. Mirian lfllis, lk-tty l'iner. lfonrth run: Lorna Mae lfiedler, llarold iizlge. llill l,urd. Lois XValkden, Joe Xleker. Betty Luniley. liverett NYith:nn. llnh lfridenstim-. lvrestling with problems in reporting, pennianship, headwriting, composition, proof-reading, make-up, and circulation, Herald scribes contrive to sell the school newspaper every other Thursday morning. Hob llaykin was editor-in-chief the first semester this yearg his co-workers were: Rose Blary Boylan, Betty Anne Duffy, Claire Garber, Rose Helyes, Dorothy Holli- day, Charles -lohnson, llildred lialarilc, Betty Luinley, Hazel llartin, Richard lllathis, .loe Kleker, Hob hloss, Ruth Klyers, julia Olah, Betty Piper, Nlary' Klar- garet Plas, lfvelyn Pyecroft, lletty Rosecrans, Zelma Smith, Elma VVirth, and lfverett YVithani. jason Geisel acted as editor-in-chief the second semester. His co-workers were: .lane lloreski, Bill liowdler, 'Phyllis Christinan, Klarian Ellis, Lorna Fiedler, Bob Fri- denstine, Harold Gage, .lane Gleason, Josephine Hines, Dick Hopkins, Klona Lee, lllarion Lindberg, llill Lord, Bob llinch, Angela Pronesti, .Ianet Rawson, Aaron Richards, l,on'ell Sellers, lVni. Smith, l,ois VValkden, Alma VVilton, Helen VVright. ,, Y, N, f'.1y1fllyiflI'z'1' Z f' N sfmnf ' Mem 0. Left to right- First rowzlfrank llealaria, .lean Reclingtou. Martha Klyop, Margaret Kloyp. XYillll'l'C1l Xlereslith, Juan llauer, lleileu Miko, Helen Kalmar, lrene Seres, Maynard l'nger. Secsrntl row: Oliver Shuhert. Vfilliam Smith. NVarren Mason, K'litit'orcl Fitzpatrick. john Sruris Marian Messarus, jane Iimericli, Eleanor Klyop, Uornelia Seres, Helen Sakarek, jack Re'nliarmlt. joe limudy. 'l'hirsl row: lid Xvyszynski. llexnard llnwilell, Lee Smith, June Ilelling, jus:-pliine Mitchell. lfnuna Xlessaros, Lorna fllae lfierller. Hazel Martin, Dorothy livege. Fourth row: hvllllillll lloekaden. VVayne flleinke, Kieth Rhone, Miss I.:-utz, l'aul liekler. Ruth Vaughn. Paul Richards. Each year new Cafeteria student helpers are selected by llliss Sarah Lentz, cafeteria manager, to aid in the management of the Cafeteria. The student helpers are divided into groups and are assigned to tasks about the cafeteria. Some check trays and act as cashiers, others sell candy, serve vegetables, deserts, and hamburgers, or make sundaes and milk shakes. One group of boys clean trays, another group takes care of milk bottles, silver- ware and trays coming back, and still another runs the dish washing machine. The girls wash and dry glasses and serve in the Teachers' Dining Room. The aids work a whole period each day during which time they eat their lunches which they receive as pay. , Lf. .. ff: D4 Figlllyfmn - s. ' J.. 4 , . W- 42,731 J v f'fig1f!lyff'l'1' P Sapientea Club at Banquet Reclining at talwles- -l.elt to right: ltlargueritv.: lfdwards, Janet Rawson. ftlareella llayes, llarolrl Ibalnike, llolores Tonry, Yictor Maiden, Lorna Mae Fiedler, John Faulkner, Nutty Miller. Anne Vincent, Nan Shryoek. Jeannette llneliliolz. Standing' against tht wall' l.eft to right: ,lean Tattersall, Allierta Stung, Georgia Sutton. Mary XYooil. l'1leanort'arr, lietty Goldstein, Marian Lindberg. ,laek lilton, Paul Irion, Nlariani l'aetl1. llelen Simpson. llelen hlolinston. Martha llrotlheek, Jean Sparks, Slaves erouehing in front ot' talvles. -Girls: Mary Jean Melilfresh. Betty NY:-lls. lieth forkill. Phyllis lioiiriinin. Mary Yanee llaril, Sara lirall. lloys: Bruce lfppley, liernzml Linden. john Sfilllll. t'l:nimle The name "Sapientes" signifies "l'hilosophers." On Uetoher ll, 1937, the group reorganized, elected ollieers, and enjoyed several l.atin games. .-X play, "XYhat's the Use?" was presented at the Noveinher meeting hy leanne lXlosely and l'atty llolae. Talks on l.atin expressions used in every day linglish were given hy Klarguerite lfdwards, llarold llahnlqe, Vic Maiden, l.orna lfiedler, blanel liawson, and .Ieannette lluehholz. .-Xt the lleeeinlver meeting' Anne Vincent read in Latin the Christmas story taken from Nlalthew. 'L-Xdeste l7ideles" and "U l,ittle Town of llethlehenf' were sung in the old l.atin forms. The Roman Saturnalia, a celebration comparable to Christinas, was explained and discussed hy .lane Unger and llolores Tonry. A play called Saturnalia was given lay lletty Miller, Victor lXlaiclen, 'lohn lfaulk- ner, lim tiarlmor, and llarold llahnlqe. Another play was presented hy bleannette lluehholz, Nan Shryoeli, Lorna Fiedler, and ltlarguerite lfdwards. liifts were exehanged and gingerlmread inen, representing dolls which were given at Roman Saturnalia teasts, were served as refreshments. The xlzuniary and February meetings were devoted to a study of Roman life and customs. The Roman llanquet, given ltlarch 14, the day before the ldes of March, was the high-light of the year's activities. llinner was served to the Senators t.lnniors and Seniorsl who reelined on couches at the table, by slaves dressed in lwurlap sacks tSophomoresil. Roman customs were duly ohserved and fortunes were told hy the Cumaen Syhil. .-X paegant was presented at the April meeting depicting the Roman empire at the height of its glory and its downfall. E'? 5.5 l ,te ,. 'N et iT' 'I . .T in ii Q -if ,.-. 93, , ,. tt .,.. Q . ,. O T1 Fr:dayS Game Fa ffY'la.T'l::B'T' , 25 ww Yoo hoo Gfrli if 14 'fr ,-Q AJ, .fx ' Q1 "ki V x wr we-Q, y ...W -V V. X , ' , r , fig? V xy-' ' 3 sa No exze arms ' - Q' fu h I I F - QFOUI7 noon 'D ff?-'Hg Hand work an W' V 111 u jj I V. Jack G ffl 2 ff 'ly , fm. wjawnfng un SV Nw-111 f-W f' . - ' f gem! MMG SL 532317257 C 'nmon AK Raine-4 , I Gr ' "' 3 J df ' if .. ' I " ' I 111113 IX 5 ,. N I-4 -5 'Wai 5? rx-1 url x I up Calf' Q ng Wu 6? ':3'35n 's ns aa.x.aban Team' x r'?""'5i9 o C Q ' ' Bla 'fresh Trovb ff v c J JS 098 at 10,08 VOS 6 D8 Henry ff S lip 5 .ix , ,ff - Pl. 14. 0FFew Vaaied Pcagfcams l.t-ft to right -First row: Mrs. T. F. Sellers. Hrs. l'anl l'ocliranc. Klrs. li. ll. Lung. Mrs. C l'. XYomlfilli Second row: Mrs, U, F. Flint. Mrs. Flilllli Spencer. Mr. ll. l'. Taylor. Blr. ll, li. llirch. Mrs. lirns-st Frisp. The P.T.A., under the presidency of llfrs. B. H. Long, has brought to the city several outstanding speakers, among whom were: Dusty lliller of Vvihnington, Ohio: Prof. lf. L. Dusthiiner of Baldwin-VVallace College at Berea, Ohio: Rlrs. Robert Taft of Cincinnati, Ohiog and Noel Petree, State Official in Playground XVork. Dusty lliller spoke at the annual dinner held in January. The organization sponsored three dances after athletic contests and an evening of dancing called the lllay Frolic on lN'Iay 6. Various groups such as the A Cappella Choirs, the orchestra, the band, and the Players' Club participated in the programs. Mrs. Long attended the State P.T.A. Convention in Cleveland in October. INIrs. Paul Cochrane and lkirs. Long went to the District Bleeting at Blarion, Ohio in April. -ee- ff' f P zqhfuzqlzf fff'f1ffw fiiflflffllillf' 75fp6end.slulp QM.: Busy With 7nme.st Qwwps, Zeas, Dances l.eft to right Stuniling: 3l1ll'CL'llIl llowns, Agnes Kupctir. lleverly XYright. Dorothy jenkins. Shirley .-Xltfelml, Rohertzi Ilowensline. janet Smith, .lzinet Tieln-no:', llrzice Ahnzis. Miss Lemon. llorotliy Lingen- telter. Shirley Simpson, Nlnrilyn Hastings. joan Gray. Dolores Toiiry. ,lane l'nger, Mnrizin lillis. :inwl Nlzirgnrct l,ug:1s. Sitting- First row: Virginia Klolirnizxn, Beatrice Fell. zznil lit-tty Piper. Seionil row: Mary Knisei lirelyii lfeniniori-. :intl fllnrgxiret Illairsh. Un the first :intl thirrl XYeclnesclz1ys of each month Senior Friendship spon- soreil interest group nieetingsg on the seconcl and fourth VVL'ClllCSt'lZlyS either lmusiness meetings with Il progrzun or social activities were held. Septeinher-.X three day ineinhership ilrive was inacle :incl as 11 result there :1re l75 'lunior unil Senior girls in the cluh. October-Tlie first meeting was Il "get Zlkilllillllitfl tea" :incl on Ucloher 13. :in informal initiation was given to z1ll the meinhers. A lX'lE1SClLlCl'Zl.ilL' llall at the lleclges. 21 cuhinet "Setting-up" Conference at l.z1lcesicle, :incl Ullilllg' charge of the refreslnnent Slilllil at the starliuiii kept girls lwusy. Noveinherf-"A VVorlcl Fellowship" meeting with two exchange stumlents from Ulrerlin as the spezikers was helcl. llCL'Cll1lK'l"fw'x joint Sr. lli-Y-Frienflship meeting was in the form of ll Ulizulio llro:11lc:1st". Miss llorothv 'lones spoke on "Hoy and Girl RClIlilOllSl1llJSU :it Il later meeting. A ten for the Aluinni was heltl on Dec. 28. The Annual Christinzis Fornizil was in the form of 21 Snowball Pl'0lll. l"elmru:1ry-A l.ineoln's lilfillflily llall was staged at Spring Yalley. lXl:1rch--.X liicl Party was helcl this month. April-The Y. M. - Y. NV. council sponsored a llox Social. lXlz1y+A 'liCZlCllCl'Si l':1rty was given :incl the Mother-llaughter Banquet was helfl on May l2, at which time rings we1'e given to the menihers of Ring Group who qimlifieml. The Spring Formal :incl the Senior lfzirewell hrought the year to ll close. livelyn lfeniniore was presiclentg llflzlry Kaiser, vice-president: Marilyn llzistings, secretary: and lletty Piper, trez1surer. . Qll Mum ,nw , rxl'rx f -- ' Jfiq jllj f Turf' 1 ' 'A G ea A n. IL XX . f 'QRS Students With Skitted, Hitting I-lands J-Mp 7:1 .6118-ww Left to right: lloly Spinks, Delight l'itkins. Lynette Schafer. Dorothy Lingenfelter. Mildred Kolzxrik. Sewing and Arts and Crafts students are chosen for mending library books. since they are more skilled than those who have not taken courses that require skilled handi- work. These students mend torn places on pages in books and magazines. Also backs, single and double stitch binder are put in old books. Other tasks involve putting pockets, book plates in place and putting date due slips in all new books. Assistants for this work must have some special technical knowledge of his or her type of work. The typists, who are recommended by Nliss Frye and Bliss Blink, copy catalog cards, make requistions for new books, type all the book cards and the readers' cards, and type bibliographies. The students who do the lettering are recommended by their mechanical draw- ing teacher. , 9, 3 ,xvillffj Shoafhand Students Hee new method 0,2 .Ceawing The pupils of Miss Frye's Shorthand classes used the new method of learning shorthand. This new method is known as Hlklethods of Teaching Functional Short- hand Courseu. The students learned' to read before they started writing the short- hand characters. During the second semester of the course for extra work the girls made scrap books on any phase of business such as: what the well-dressed woman wears, her manners, her personality, or the qualities necessary to obtain a good position. Some of the girls made drawings using shorthand characters telling the story, or they made a drawing and wrote the story in shorthand beneath it. Delight Pitkin had a cross- word puzzle worked out in shorthand. ln the third semester of work the pupils typed grade sheets and registration sheets for the teachers. The work included the arrangement of these sheets according to home room numbers, the alphabetizing of names of the pupils, and typing the names on the grade sheets. The typing classes made graphs to keep track of their progress. The graphs also served as an incentive to do better work as the typists noticed on the graphs when their work began to go downhill. ln addition to their regular work the students made Christmas cards, stamped their initials on personal stationery, made stencils and learned how to operate the mimeographing machine. For Shorthand Ill and IV the students learned the requirements of a good letter, and studied the different kinds of letters such as sales letters, credit letters, and, the most interesting of all, letters of application. As a final project the students rated each other on a chart called "The Rating Scale for a Business Employee". This was of great value as it helped the pupils to find out their bad habits. Nlany were inspired to set about correcting them. 6 ,ra- ,Q TVA K rerun fxi' in .f T J 5- mamltow Some at Dams at Hams l.1'll hx rigllt First YUXXI lliil lfcy. lilly l'ust. lmuis l,4ml:'. illlllilll Nlzwlyk. llml lic-zullmnll. vlulzu nun. full XY4-lxnuul. ,luck Ryan, Gcuxgn- Xvclmllmvr. lwu Niclmlzls. llzlvc llullmzm. Sm-:xml nm: AI, ll, Srvcrs, Tam! Rvifl. Iiill Kclslcr. Allan Slmw. llill llnmplxrcy. 'Flmrluw Kurppn-l', Xl l.f.u4ln1:m. Rmly Skrilctz. Yiv Nluiclcu. Paul fllnlcncllini, Kun l'lx:1pnmn. l'zu'l Sniczck, 'I'l1iu-ul mw: llulm 1'l1:uull1-r. lllllq llntlmry. licruio Fnlmcs. Dick ll2llllllllZll'lll. Iirm-c lCpplvy. Uesic lwwlws, Ilnug Hirch, Hull Fnsllu. Al llzxra. jzum-s llzu'ssc-una, llnmlml Stzmfurrl, llzmvlsl llnlmkc. ,lm llmuhl, lwmrtlx mu: I,n-mmral llunffml, Iiml XVrigl1t. xlzunvs Zzmgari, lluyntmx I,g-rsch. Ilolx Spinks. Hill I..ll1iIl. llulm Nlvllunznlrl. llilly Kriftull. Russ Srln'zlzlvl'. N U A V Q Fifth naw: ,lulm XlrnA'ry. lllll l,m':l. IA-mn XX clwr. Nluk lxulupus, l'c-tx' Smith, l':u1l lrum. llxmmlfl LL lim l'lu-1115. Ilnlv l"1'irlL-sxstixw. Alnlm N4-Vins. lf., . I .Cww of Wh' ' Beet.: fltbmcts l.l-tt lu right First ww: Ruger Amln-rwn. I", li, Tuttllill. l"rzmk Alznms, Rzxy XYi1lu-vla, ,Iuxim l'lnN. 4'1'fu1l4l rn l"ull llrvu l rl -xx: I-'lull Sulu-V. lla-1'n:n'rl ll-mxwlvll, lfrzmli llzuwismm. Al lluumlnlzm, l,:lYvl'c Sm-1'l'5'. liwk XXX-lam Mmm-, llluiull mul: ,lzum-4 Nlitclu-ll. Ruawll lhlrgm-tt. K4-mu-tlm lfuwl. bl. V. llffhxummm. Alilfli Y-N1, 'I uw nulyf ,X'i111f-1'rl1r1'1' machine Shop Claw llloafks ll:-.dee Student "Fmeman" First 1-1111: Dick XY1-111-1', l91'1111k Al111111s. ,1111111-s XY1111l1'1111. S1-1111.111 row: Ray XY1111111-1-k. 111-1-1111111 1J11w- 111-11. ,l111111 S11111-y, A1 G1111111111111, K11ss1-'1 14111-151-11. justin 1'111s. '1'1111'11 1'11w: ,1111111-s M111-111-1l. J. V. 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XX'111'11111g' 111 1111' 1111s1111111 111 f1l1'Cl111l11 111-v1-11111s 1111- S111l1l'111'S 11111111111-s 111' 11-11111-1's11111 111111 111s11 g'1v1-s 111111 Il 111111'1111g'11 l11111L'1'S1I1I1111I1g' 111 111lx 11111111 111111-11 1111 1111111111 1111- 111111' 111- 1s 111 1111111'g'1-, 1111- 1-11111111111-111 131. 1111- 1X1ZlL'11111k' 8111111 1111111111-s 11111-1-11 111111L'S. 11111111111 1I1'L'S?S 11 K. .11 1118 :11'1- l'L'111111'l'11 111 111- 111111- 111 111:1-1'1111- 1111 111111111111-1'1' 111' 1111- 1-1111 111 1111- 111111151-. I ll l11111111Q1112101111112 11 111111 g'i'11111L'l', 11 s11:1111-1' 111111 Il 1'j'11l111l'11'2l1 g-1111111-1'. 'l'111- s111111- 1l1I1'1l1Q 1111- 11-111' 1111- 1111ys 11111111- 11111111111-1s, 1-1111 s1'1'1-ws, 111111 posts. 1111ll'1i1l1g g1111g1-s. s1'1'1-11' l1lAlVL'1'S, 11111111-1 1Zl111L'S, 111-sk 11111111s, 11-111-1' 11111-111-rs, 111-11 1111111L'1'S. 111111 jigs, 111111111-s111-11s, s1111111111 1l1llQ' g1111g'1-s, 211111 11111111 1111111-111-rs. alll X -QE ', , Q - A .11 Q '41 'Ps Q11 1 A 1 , 1, I hh .111 11111 1 Q i 1 3, -11 1'Fi3r'A- 11 55-f'?3-11'111Cf ' . -li '--'-:-- . ...X 3+ ' Faiendshqi ' Keep.: lflemfiew Busy b Z Left to right: Helen Bristol, He-lene Cohen, Shirley Hull, Louise llnteh. Marion Lindlserg. Helen Simpson, Eleanor Carr, Mrs. Wilson Qadviserj, Dorothy Nutley. jean Xvagner. Ruth VVright. Jean Beavis. Jeanne Mosley. The junior Friendship Club held a series of meetings this past winter: at part of these meetings the girls were divided into interest groups of their choice featuring lcmttnig, recreation, and dramaties. The entertainment at the rest of the meetings varied somewhat. At one meeting the girls were entertained with talent from the group, while a speaker was the main feature of another meeting. At several meetings playlets were staged by groups of girls from both junior and Senior Friendship Clubs. In honor of the new girls a VVelcome Tea was held in October. A little later on a Nlothers' Tea was given. Several meetings have been held with the Hi-Y. Swimming parties, a Key Service, a Skating Party, a Sweater l-lop, a Co-cd have provided diversion for the members. .XiilIl'fj'f0IlI N'il1i'fyfii'i 4Dxl.s79Sbxongl-leCp7nBotl+0Ffioe.s Left to right: ,lane l'nger, Bette llauner. Dolores llaney, Norma Crandall, Marion lllertz, Nancy Miller. Margaret Lngas. llelen Naiiglitiui. llellen Lehnian, Assistant Principal J. ll. Seyers. Shirley Simpson, livelyn lfeniniore. liilna lavttiuan. janet Smith. ,lanet 'l'ichenol'. Mary Kaiser. ,lane llavies, llealriee Fell, Ruse lYash. All in all iq girls help in the Prineipal's and Assistant l'rineipal's otliees. Nine of these girls work under llliss Phyllis Pearson in Principal Shively's otliee. 'l'here is one girl for eaeh period of the day and one works the ninth period. Filing, niinieographing, and' running errands are the three most eonunon things these girls do. The girls who work the third and eighth periods usually sort the mail and put it in the teachers' boxes. One of the girls alphabetizes the athletic eligibility cards and the ninth period assistant does quite a bit of typing and niiineographs the l".'l'.A. announeenients. ln Assistant Prineipal Seversl otliee the ten ofliee assistants take directions from and do work for Bliss lllargaret Herold. Practically the same duties await these girls as await the girls in the other oliiee-running errands, typing, tiling, and answering the telephone. ln addition they prepare home-room slips for absence lists and eheek and reeord attendance. One period each day two girls work beeause busi- ness is always heayy at that time. A pienie, the only aetiyity of the whole group together, was planned for lllay IS at the home ot .lanet Smith. Yr U L, ,, - :?:?:,f'g'T:f S - Y ' -, . , , if - - F11 if - ' -A 1 . - Jud, -,rl '-sv Twmpam mme, awww, wwe an fm awp: 1 cam Left to right 'First row: Ellie Lother, Jean Swancott, Charlene Willis, june Donnelly. H Second row: lfranees Smith, Leo VVarner, Margie llunn, Claire Garber. Mary xYlClit'l!I11lll. fiK'l'Illlllllt' l'uwt'll Third row: jean foinstoek. ltlarian Messaross, Elaine l'alardy, llarriet NYM-ser.. ,lane llines. .lean llowk. Fourth row: Corrine Rhodes. lrene Rybareyk. Fifth row: Patty Kaiuinski. Verdi Greer. Miss Ploehcr. Mary llagnall. Ann Spalding. ,lane NYM:- goner. Rosemary Boylan. Flara Mukrnski, llnnter Hopewell, lloh Mallory. The smell of leather, the sound of clanging metal, the sight of busy workers -these greet you as you enter lVIiss Barbara Plocher's Arts and Crafts classes, for this class room is one of the busiest workshops in Elyria High School. lt is here that SOIU9 very line pieces of work a1'e produced by the many students who are interested in this type of work. The workers this year have made a great many useful, as well as attractive articles. such as key eases, notebook covers, book ends, trays, purses, billfolcls, and woven material. The room is furnished with modern and efficient equipment which makes it possible for all the work to be done in class. There are some things about the work that must be learned thoroughly be- fore attempting to make some article. For this reason students are expected to take notes on things that Miss Plocher tells them. However. they do not have regular reciting periods and textbooks, and very little work outside of school is required. A double period is spent each day in learning to become skillful in manufacturing things of this nature, but because this knowledge is so useful, it is well worth the time. . Not only is arts and crafts instructive. but also very enjoyable to those who take it. They naturally take great pride in keeping something which they them- selves have made. It will surely be a great help in the future for thesc people to be able to make things.-and make them well. 1 fx tcm . f ill' ' .X'l1Il'fj'.Yi.X' ,X'il11'fj'.Vl'7Vl'l1 '? Squad flbsence Slips---Zufuw ' WF, 0n Left to right- Standing: ,lalues XY:nllsley. XYarrl Travers. llill Lahiff. llill Lord. Arthur Miller. l'll:lrles l':n'liu. llull llvilllllllllll. ,l. ll. Seve-rs. Ray frisp. Axlililll Selllnleyer. lloll Mereditll. llorzlce llaxv- lll0l'Ill'. Andy Yargo. Sayre lfitell. Richard Davies. Sitting- lfirst roxy: .lllll l"errinlan, liorllnil Vollier. Holi Nlineh. Secolul row: .lolln Sinlnn, .luli ll'cllnl:ln. ,luck Snlitll. rlilll' Light Squad is conlposed of eight boys, one for eacll period. Ifach boy turns oil the lights at the beginning of each period alld on at the end of each pel'iod. rlilll' boys are cllosen upon the l'CCOIl1IllCllll2lfl0Il of study hall teachel's. 'ltlll' corridors are lvell ligllted during the tillle of period changes and the ligllts are off when tlley are not in use, thereby saving the School lloard excessive light bills. 'lille SCll00l has fine organization for the recording of absences. Home rooln teachers record on printed blanks absences from their rooms and place tllt'Ill outside their doors at 8:35. Soon they are gathered by slip collectors. After the students in the last pel'iod of the day have gathered ill their respective class I'00IllS and study halls each teacher completes the class and study hall absence slleet he or slle has been compiling all day and places it outside the door. There are tour boys on tllis squad. At the beginning of the first period tlvo of the boys gather all of the hollle room absence blanks and absence excuse slips. During the eighth period the teachers' absence reports for the day are collected. 'lihese boys render a line service which helps the oflice very materially. 4 fe- X I ff' 'lun wr Ll 1 sq- ,' fi - L., ' Ht , J Will' I. - ,, f ,f Q .. -ul as -l. : .. .r ,yt , a gp i , -.:,,,1, Quia PM Gthaw as Weil as T,hem.:eEve.s I,t-ft to right At St-wing xlJlCllll10SI Nlyrzt Sclmit-r, Xlarian llntcliitisuii. llt-lt-li Xlzttyzts. XYil4l1x Rlimlus. Stzuitling: lim-utliy Yictzcii. l.:tY:n1glm St-ztriglit. Front 'l':ih,lv l.ucih- Xlursic-v. Virginia Smith. Yirginizt fimulnmii. lirt-lyn liuhii, l"r:lt1t-t-s Kult-l. l4'm't-gitnimlz liilct-it t':tmpht-ll. St-twnitl Tzihlc: Phyllis lh-vt-rvmnh. Nliltlrt-tl lim-pplv. lluutm Sztrcns. linmui llicmllitiski. lilcziiiur Klgup, kltutiim- lihlt-rt, Nula 4'russmim-r. 'l'l1t-lm:t Kaiser. llztck Tnltltfs: Virginia XXX-iliiszitt. lit-tty You lltiylcc. lit-Illini' 'l'fmu1ski. Bliss li, Ruth Hzillzuti. ltln ,lt-iikins, julia Spislwkc. XN'urlq in thc mic lfl'CSSlllZtlill1Q clztss is umlcr thc tliructimi uf Kliss Klztu Spa-cr. This cuurst- is tztlat-it :after thc stuclcnt has cumplctt-tl St-wing I :mtl ll. Tho girls taking this zulvziitcctl class are citht-r juninrs or seniors while thu St-wing l :mtl ll clzisscs :irc cmnpusctl mostly uf suplimiimcs ztml juniors. 'I'ht- girls tzikittg lJrcssm:tl4ing :irc rcquirt-ml to llllllit' ztrticlcs of clnthing fur other pcoplc as well as for thcmsclvcs. This is to rcccivc lPI'2lCIlCL' in fitting :mtl hzniging umlcr tht- itistruction of :1 tczicltt-i'. Klzmy of thc stutlcnts mzilqc clrcsscs :mtl sport cluthcs for sisters :mtl mothers. 'l'hc cquipmcnt in 307, Miss Spot-r's flllllll. iiiclutlcs st-vc-11 lllZlClllllCS. Tltrct- tif tht-sc :tru trczullc mztchincs. thru' :irc clcctric, and on is Il mztchiitc mi which tht- pinking mztcltim- is loft. Unly trczttllt- mztchim-s :irc to hc fuuncl in thc tmtht-r st-wing rutmi, 131. All st-wing stuclclits :irc lt-ruining hmv tn ucct-tit their guutl points :tml hitltt thust- whicli :irc l-Zllllly. v , N". 3. -l 4. , is 6s .xvillff-1'l'ifl!If They Sift, Stu, Beat, Pme, Stake, mould, Bake i IJCARN l NG 'IU COOK Zhelf Cut, Baete, Wewast, Felt I.:-it In rigflt first nmcllim-: Phyllis 'lwI'ilCt'j', sn-cuml min-him-: Kathryn ll:umm'x'. third l1lllL'lliIIt'I Hn-lvn llzlllu. tuul'1I1 n1:u'hnu-: Vnllzx Zilla-ski, l.n-fl Qidv wi umlu: I4-H1111 Klnlzumski. l'1'1-:ntl-wx' lligluuntv. lla-lm-11 lh-csc. livolyn l,vhm:m. ,Mmm- Xuxlyulk. Xlzugznct Vlupp. Luulsn- I.:m'. lillumx Hyun. K':u'I1I:u Slamg, llclm1 Xliknlski. Right n1x'l1-ukq-1' xhlc: Yivixm Nm'lwx'. Mary l'ul:nc4n-L. XMIM' Xin-guwski. l'L'g' 4'-1134-II. lithvl Yxwgu. lxzxtluwim- l'4mlik-vuwkx. ,lm-nxxllv Rm-nlwlillgtnm, Hg-lon Kulnmn. julia xlvukills. Uurutln-11 Slich. Ill-lvu ,lanhmv C. Xlznvcrl 11 XXX-Inq-1. N .. . W N X Hlt'fj'llllll' 1' ' -5 Boys Tftamsfoun medals Ynfo , Beautiful Gfoieofs IA-fl hu right First run: XXX-ssuxl Klaftulzl, 4I:u11n-4 l.c:m1rm, ICIIHPIIL' I'c-rsvnaky. llq-m'gv XY:ll1wv'. S1-cmnl nm: Rlusn-fl l,:uls-V. Rulwrt Iluy, I.Iuy4l llzuymw. Ilulmh-u l!m'kmgh:u11. IM-himl thu tnblni Huy I'u1ntL'x'. -Iulm Ilurrlxik. NI. Il. Sclxlin-1w1'. .Irv Iiwukux. Hvwlm Ilzxkrx. Imluznfl l.inmln-xx, lliclx Altlvstmmxg, llznuld IM-rm. Agni'-+11 ll:u'hm'r. Wood Bwaames fltbmctivz Fuawltuw IA-It tw right: Hula l'n-fry, Nunn XYintvrs, Hula 'l'x':Lcm-y. llc-I Ynmlmlm-ss. ,luck flurumu. C14-mgv l'1lm1w+IX, 4'l:1yhm XY4-Ntrutl, klm- lC'vk. IP, rl. Flux, Q'hn1'h-5 Urvan. Kcoh- Iiltlwvllv, H4-u:gr .Xb-whim llvnwt Slll'Il'j'. Hzlrry Hllltxxxxki. 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'l'111s f'L'1ll' Z1 L'1'L'XY 1114 14 1111s 11ss1s11-11 X111 XY111111. 171-111111-s '1'11111'1'. 31111111-11 1115111-1', 111111 XX'0l'1iL'11 111lI'1l1g' 1111- f11's1 s1-1111-s11-11 111111 K1111'11111 11ll11L'1' 11111111- 1-111 111151- - .'iL'1 111111111 111111 11111111 1111- 11111111-1' 11111-1' 1111- s111111' 1s 11VL'1'. 11111'1'1' 011111, 11'1111 11ss1sr1-11 1111- 111'st s1-1111-sn-1', 211111 -1111111-s 1'1l'2l111i, 1111111 of 111111111 2lI'1' 11111 111 1111- 1111't111'1- 1111 1111s 1111111-, 1'1-11111-1'1-11 11ss1st11111'1- 111 13111111 Hill, the p1'11j1-1't111111st 111 t111- s1111111 111111111 1111 1111- s1-0111111 1.111U1' 111- 1111- '111-1111110111 11ll11l11llQ, 11l11'1l1Q 1111- 1111111111 111-1'11111 111 1111 1111 '1111' R11-111-1' s1-1-s 111111 1111- SL'l'L'1'1l 1s 111111-1'1-11 A1111 1111- 1111111-s111-11111-1' 01111111-1'l1-11 111 1'1-11111111-ss 1-111' 1111- 1-11111 111 111- s111111'11 1111- f1f111 111-1'11111. 1f1111'111 .1111111s 111111 A1111-1'1 Y 1 11g'1- 11111 1111- 1-11111111111-111 1111211 111 1111- 1-1111 111 1111- sixth 111-1'11111, 111 1111111111111 111 1111-11' s111-1-1111 1111111-s, 1111 11f 1111- 11111's cxc1-111 1111- 111-11-11-1'1111111s1 11ss1s1 111 1111- 1111111's, 11s 1111 :11s11 C111lI'1L'S 111111s1111, 71111111 11l'1C1iIl1Il1l, 1.1-111111111 111'11'11- l111l11, 1.1111'1'1-111'1- L1ll1C11lZlll. 111111 1-X11g11st11s S111-1111 Um- lflzrlrflwl Um' 11l11'111g' 1111' 11-1111 ll 1ll1l111lL'1' 111' g111111 s11111111 11111v11-s 1111v1- 111-1-11 s111111'11, 11v1-1'11g- g 11111- 1'1-11t111'1- 1111'1111'1- 1-11111 11'1-1-11. 1111 1:l'1l1Ilj'S 111111 111 111111-1' 111111-s 111111111111-11 1.11'1111111s 111'1- s111111'11 111111 1111 11c1'11s11111111 1'1-111111'1- 111 11-1-111111-1111111 11" gif- 1- '1- X K 1 1111I ffl X1 , Q..-Ylf, 1111 'S-1 , Y is Mae Paints, uma., 71111, , 71, new cm cam 1,1-11 1-1 1-11.1111 I-'i1's1 1'11w:1'l111rl1-s .111l111s1111, xxlilyllt' .l111'i11k. l,11is A11-1111 S1111ill. l-'l111'1-11c1- 8111-11. S1-1-111111 1'1111ill1-11-11 K11si11ski. ll111'111l1y Sw1111c111t, 1,11is Xl111'i1- 111-11111-11. 11111-111 Nlill1-1'. 'l'l111'1l 1-111-v: 11111111-111 Scl1111i1l1. Nl11g1l11l1-111- l'11l11111l. 1711-11 llys1-ll. ll111'111 S1-1111, Yi1'i1111 Smith. x111l'llj'Il S111'111.:111-. l.1ll11111 l1111'1l11k1-1'. l"11111'1l1 111111: Z11.!111111111 Smith, ll111'111l1y 111111- R11g'1-1's. 1.1-1111 S111-111111111, 11111-111111 1111111111153 111-h-11 1111111111111 1'l111'11 x11lCl'l1Slil. Fifth 1'1111': 51111111-11 Rl111111ls. -111111-1 S11'11l1l. 111-115' l.11111l1-y, ,111l11is T111l1. 1,1-111111 S1-11l111l1l. 111-115 Xl:11- XI111-h1-ll. l-1111111 111-111. Mi-as 13111-111l1y A111111-s. This class. 111-sig-11 111111 l'11l111', 11Jg'L'1l1ClA with 1'1l'Cl' 11111111 l11'Z1W1l1g', is 111- SlQ'll1'1l 11s 11 Ifblllltlilllflll 1111' l2l1k'l' 111'1 c11111's1-s. 11 IS Il 111'1-1'1-11111s111- 1111' 1,1ll11l111'l'Cl11l .X1'1 111111 .-X1'1 111111 l. 111 1111s cl11ss 1111- s1111l1-111s 111'1- taught 111 11s1- 1lCS1g'llS 111111 1'11l111's. This is 1111 11111-11 111 1111- w111'l1 111111 1l1L'y 1111. This 111clu1l1-s 111111411151 111'ig11111l 1lL'S1gl1S 1111' 111111 111-rs. 1J11l1L'ls. 111111 1l1-c111'111iv1- c111111111s1ti1111s 111' 11111111 li1l11lS. Such 1111111111111-s 11s 111-1- l11'11sl1 1lL'S1g'1l. 4l1'j' 1121111111112 111111 s11-111'1l 1111' 11s1-11 111 1111- w111'l1. l1l1I'1l1g' 1111- L'lllll'SL' SL'X'1'I'1ll 1111111-1'1s 111'1- w111'l11-1l 11111 w11l1 11-111111-1'11 11111111s. l11'llSl1 111111 11111. 1'l1111'1-11111 111111 Cl12llliS. 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SJ. 3.1. llllll Sl w1-1'1- 1:1111 Xl11ll111'1', 1'11's1: ll111'11l1l 1'11'Ill'Q', s1-1-1111113 ll1's1-ll, 1l111'1l. lJ111'i11Q 1111- 11-111' 1111- s1111l1-111s 111 this 1'l11ss l1Z1Vk' 11111'111-1111111-11 111 111111111115 111111-1 1-1 11111-sts. 111 this 1'l11ss Miss 13111111111 -111111-s 1'll1lL'2lV1ll'S 111 11-111'l1 1-111111' 111111 1-111111' Ill' 1'1111g1-1111-111. 1,1111-1': 131111 M11ll111'y's 1'111st1-1' Seal design won 111111111 First Prim- 111 1111- 1111111111 ljllt' llllzlfll-1-11 '1111-11 Despite noise Among flmefl! Pmmdezs, Boys diet Results 1.011 111 1111111 1'11'51 11111: Xlr. M. 11. 501111011011 K10111'g0 11111141-r. 1111111011 1111ck111gl111111, 1,111y11 1111y05. 11111115 1.0111111111 R11l11-rt Hay. 121128118 1'er5e115ky. R1155ell l.:1110r. S1-011111 11111: R110 1'f111111-1. -101111 11111'01110k. 1111111111 111-1111. 1055 11I'111i5l1X. 111011 ,-X111151111111:. 11111111 11111: .X:111111 111101111011 1i111111111 1.111111-11. 11111111111 11Zlkl'!'. 1.1l1111l'1l1g' 11101 1111110-11111 1-Ufgk' 1'1l'L'S 111 ll Sl1l11ll1L'l'-111iL' 110111, 111115 1110 11111111115 111g 1110 S1ll11CxY112l1 511111101055 I'11llg11 51001 5111014 111111 1-1110 1111115, 011111 111111 11'11111l 01115015 1111 1x111111110. 111111 111115110 111111 11501u1 111111111101115 1111 1110 111111112 511011 11'1111. 1111111. 111111 1111110 111111115. IIS 1110 01115505 111 111111011 1110 1'L'1.1'1' 1110 1110 11101111 v11111'1i 01115505 NX'11l'1i1l1Q' 111 111111111 1112. 111111611 1110 1l1S1I'1lC1111I1 111 M. 11. SL'1111L'110I' 111111 101101105 111111' QI'Ull1JS 11111l1' 1110 1ll'1 111 1'IlSl11l1l111lQ 11801-L11 1111I1QS 1111111 511111110 l11Zl1t'1'1Zl1S. 1110 111115 11111111 IS 11111. 111111'0v01'. 011111111011 111 1111'g111g, 11111. XX'1111L' 11110 111111 111 51 11 11 111k' 011155 1111105 1110 112111 5011105101 01111150 111 10l'g1l1Q, 1110 1111101 111111 lf l'2lI'l1111,' 1 1111111 XY1111 511001 11101111 111 1110 1111101 CCIIICI' 11011011. .-X1101 111L'5'L' 111115 1I'11k111 111011 I'l'11ll1l'C11 1111110 Cl1111i1L' 111111 1111111g'1111111 01111015, 111111011l111x 1111111015, 1111111015 111111 11111111 111L'2lSl1VL'S. 011011 111111001 11111511'11111111g 5111110 11111150 111 511001 11101111 1111114. 11101' 1110 1'1'k'L' 111 XX'11l'1i 1111 1111l11'11111111 111'H,1CL'1S l11l11'L' 111 111011 112111011 11110 115111110 11101110 l111x 111111 111111 1111x05. LN .Xl 1110 01111 111 111111' 1100115 111 511001 11101211 1111110 11101' C11I111QL' 111 1110 1111101 111111511111 111 11101111 1Y111'1Q. 1.1ll'g'1l1g', 111 v100 1101511, 1101111110 1110 1111118 111111 Z1 01111111 111111011011 111 Il 11111111 111. 111011 111111 111211111111 111- 1015 :1 111111110111 111 11111111 411. 1110 11l'11S11L'C11Vt' 11101211 1'l1l'QL'l'S. .xl1l11l1l111' 111111111 1511 111115 111140 1110 11101111 111111111 C11Lll'St' 111111. 1111 11001111111 111 111C 111101150 11111801111 1110 1111v11 1111111111015, 111111v11111111 111511110111111 1110111111111111105. '1111L' l.1lC1 111111 1110 Sll1l.lL'L'1 1111110 111 1055 01111110105 111 1110 111111- 5011105101 11'l2lI'1i 1111015 11111110 lL'1lL'1111lQ' 1l111'101111105 111 K11. SC1111L'1JCl'. A5 11110 01111 1'L'1ll111Y 500, 11115 11101 1011111 11101011505 1110 1l111'1011l1105 111' 1L'IlC111I1g' 111111' 01115505 111 1111150 111 01g1111. 11115 511111001 15 111111? 111111111111 1110 500111111 111111 111 1110 10111. 1100111150 1111181 1 11113 K1Ill11I1l1 11115 S1lldL'l11S 111110 K1L'C11Il1l1CI11 1l1'1111'111g' 1110 11151 SL'l110S1L'l'. 11 Eif f 3-'Q fllll' lf11111I1'1'1l : I , v -Ff- I 'll 1'1 11 .5 f , 1 A 1, . jg Ji' " '.v fm. uma, rams, sam cem Tmuqa Left to right: Edwin Robson, john VVilheln1y. Charles Fole. lirma Yoxnigberg. Rosalea Sealiold. Verne Overdeer, Ralph Strohsock, Lloyd Morse. Al Goodman. Art liwin. lrvin Smith. Margaret forts. Varrol Myers. lietty Smith, Vera llubena. Hazel Taylor. Ruth jackson. lloh Tlioinpson. llick -lotles, john Korka. ,lim Agate. ,lim Tite, Joe Emody. Joe Meker. llarolhl Gage. Albert Kosiorek. Mr. Louis llecock. Mr. bl. V. l.inville. Students enrolled in Horticulture classes taught by ul. C. l.inville are here seen at the Hecock greenhouses. These students are making a practical study of the subject so that they will have a thorough knowledge of the works of Nature in plant life. llesides learning about the general needs and purposes of the various parts ot plants, a study of harmful insects and methods of extermination is made. Ilroblenis in vegetable gardening on both home and commercial scales are solved along with the work in fruit varieties and tree studies. Mr. I.inville's workers are interested not only in the inside story of Nature but in outward appearances as well. for a careful outline of landscaping' and general beautification is made. l,aboratory work in Horticulture consists of experiments in the building. and of expeditions to various greenhouses in this vicinity where they see their methods actually carried out on a business scale. Thus. when the course in Horticulture is completed, one should have a prac- tical knowledge which will benefit him later in life whether he is a citizen who has a desire to care for his own lawn and garden or is a professional horticulturist. it 'X P, A ii ., .ff gf 5144 3,5 Une Uzmdrezl Four sew. ,Lu-a sm High smdmas Left to right First row: lidmund xxvflgllt. llud Swindling. .lim Ferrinian, Ray Crisp. ,lim Tite. john Faulkner. lind lleanmnnt. Huh Chandler. Allen Shaw. Second roxy: Nlziynzwcl lvnger. Holm lllayney. Dong liirell. Furl llzitluwy. Rudy Skriletz, l':n'l lilcin- snn. llernie lfolues. Toni l'oel1i'ane. 'Fluid row: Hill Keisler. Mel flapp, Harold Black. Paul Nlalenchini. llolw Mallory. llick llxnnuhaidt, ll. XX. liege: tzulylserl. Lawrence l'orlues. Dick Roeseiufiun. llil lfcj. I 'lihe Senior Hi-Y seeks to maintain high standards of character and conduct in the school. Late last August at Camp Iss-See-Kes a conference' was held to plan the work of the year. After school opened new members were soughtg when they had been inducted, the membership level was established at 25. ln early October Senior Hi-Y boys distributed blotters on which were printed the football schedules. ln late October the members and girl friends enjoyed a hay ride to the Chamberlain farm on Ford Road. ln November a splash party was arranged. ln mid-December the second initiation was held. The initiates realized that initiations are often amusing to the spectator but embarrasing to the candidates. On NVashington's Birthday a Snow Party was enjoyed at Camp lss-See-lies. ln April the second Splash Party was held. On lllay 21 the Spring Formal took place at the lflks' Club. Two joint meetings were held with the Oberlin Hi-Y. The two clubs also played baseball together. -lohn lfaulkner was presidentg Bud Beaumont, vice-presidentg Bud Swindling, secretary: Bob Chandler, treasurerg VV. H. Geyer, adviser. as ,K Une llllIIdI'!'ll ,X W0 ffm fm A-lb ,M Ll lllflil A1 "iff ' 2161 fs ' JL Xxx- --Q Q 3' Zhwe Cheuieadm- Diwot Vow! Devotion la-ft to right: lxeefe Brassell C 'l Brooklianser, Rlaynard Fnger. The three boys pictured above have been cheerleaders this school year. Annually students are asked to hand in the names of boys whom they consider good candidates for the cheerleader position. From these names the Athletic Board selects not more than six boysto try out before an upper-grade assembly. Three of these are chosen as a result of the try-out. Cheerleaders Illllst be eligible according to the rules of the Ohio State Athletic Association. 'rniz Hllil Hiki, mn, mn, hi, VVhite and crimson, hi-o-hi, Hootchy, kootchy, wa-o-wa lflyria High School, Rah! Rah! Rah! Zip, Zap Baa-zoo, Lickety, Laclcety, la, IC-I.-Y-R-I-A--l v1c'roRY V-1-c-'r-o-R-Y High BOOM, CHICKA, BOOM! Boom, Chicka, Boom! Boom, Chicka, Boom! Boom, Chicka. Riclca, Chicka, Boom! Boom! Boom! Sis, Boom, Sis! Sis, Boom, Sis! Elyria High School, E-H-S. Victory, Victory, is our cry, . . . I Wm we win? YM 1 BAM VVCH' 1 ZUCSS, Yea-ul--, Team, Elyria High School Yea----, Team, E-H-S. Fight! Fight! Fight! 3, is N- 2 3g " i R Om' llzzzzzirnl -- c, K Y A S-I. J H lfootliaii Zeam lies With ' fac,6ehLP,ennant Left to right flfirst row: ,lohn Vl'ill1elnly. Ray Crisp, Burl Ueitgey. Harold King. JllKlSUll xvClHllZlll, lien l'falT, Fharlcs Decker. Art Rainey, YYz1yne bloviak. lion Taylor. George Vehlher. Sceoml row: jack McGuire, Dick Selnian. Jaines Agate, Roh Xlarsh, Bud lleaumont. llferlelleirlricli. Tony Vtfolomlzko, llale llugan, l.ZH'l'j' Fnleinan. liolm Yanke. John Simon. George Greenich. 'l'l1irrl row: llernie Folxes. Steve Pollock. Paul Gardner. Dun liruhaker. Carl Gleason. Carl llathory, Olmert Sutliff, John Korka. Roh Clianiller, Art Hutt. Fourth row: J. l'. Iloliannun. Keith Rhone. Rotharml Igllft'1'llllllgll. Roh Ohringer. Bill Echko, Harold llecklnff. Bill Paw- likouski, llnrnell Sclirannu, Lawrence Forbes. Kenneth Fowl. U 111' IIIIIIIIITII Srwlz Under the direction of Coach Roy Clymer, the 1937-38 E.H.S. Red Raiders brought home a record truly worthy of an Elyria team. The following speaks for itself: Elyria I2-cJbCI'llll I3 Elyria 13-Shaker Heights 0 Elyria 26-Sandusky 0 Elyria 26-Shaw 7 Elyria 20-Cleveland Heights o Elyria 6-Lakewood I3 Elyria 20-Toledo Scott 0 Elyria I2--FYCIUOIII Ross 7 Elyria l31Y0llIlgSf0XX'I1 Chaney 0 Elyria 6-Lorain 0 Defeating Lorain brought a tie between Lorain and Elyria for the Lehi pennant. According to Coach Clymer, the team next year will do just as well on account of the return of the eight lettermen, Bob Yanke, Johnnie VVilhelmy, Tony VVolodzko, -lim Agate, Don Brubaker, john Simon, Dick Selman, and Bob Schumar. "The team will be heavier in the li11e with a fast backfield, and, barring injuries, they ought to form a typical fighting Elyria team," says 'lihe schedule for the coming season is as follows: Sept. I6-Oberlin Sept. 23-SilllCllISlQ' Sept. 30-Bliddletown Oct. 8-Lakewood Oct. l.L1.AliI'0ll VVest ll. llere T: There KH.-'KN T.- N. H.- N. H.- A. H.- N. Night Coach Clymer. Oct, 22-Cleve. Heights Oct. 28-Shaw Nov. 5-Shaker Heights Nov. ll-FI'C!ll0llt Nov. lQiLOY2lll Afteriioou Q, GJ Baskeffsaii Team Plays nineteen liamee Left to right-First row: Larry Coleman. VVilhur Foven, Bud Geitgey, Don Tayfor, Dick Selruan. Holi Yanke. Bernie Fohes. Second row: Joe llerold, Holm Schumar. foach Ralph, Bauer, Manager Judson XY:-linian, Rudy Skriletz, and Chuck Cromling. For the first time under the direction of Ralph Hauer, the Crimson basketball team hnished the first half of the season with only two victories out of nine games played. This was explained easily because the team was just developing and when they began to 'lclickn they defeated every team which had defeated them earlier in the season except Shaker. According to Coach Bauer, Dick Selman, Bob Yanke, and "Lank" Coven, last year's returning lettermen, ought to make a pretty good basis for a pennant-winning team. There is much valuable material for next year returning such as: joe Herold, Larry Coleman, Bernie Fobes, and l3obSchumar, boys who saw much serviceg also a number of Reserve Players are returning: Dick Haumhart, Tom Smith, Tom Coch- rane, and Ozzie Forbes. VVith all this good material Coach Hauer should give us the winning combination. ,According to lN'Ir. Bauer, "All of the boys are capable of playing good enough basketball to set an enviable record. Therefore, success depends largely upon the spirit of the boys and upon the attitude which they takef' GAMES PLAYED 1937-1938 KT? There CHD Here Akron South lo-Elyria I8-QHD Elyria 31-L0f21lll I7-QHJ Cleveland Heights 23'-Elyria 17-CHD University School-24.-Elyria 22-frlll Elyria 21-Sandusky ll-KT, Elyria 36-Cleveland Heights 30-ill Elyria 27-Alumni 22-CHD Elyria 31-Bellevue I8-QHJ ,Lakewood 26-Elyria 23-HTH Elyria 24-Lakewood I5-CHD Akron VVest 32-Elyria 19-QHH Shaker Heights 22-Elyria 20-frm Shaker Heights 33-Elyria 26-C H5 Elyria Zgxkjbtffllll I3-I H7 Klassillon 39-Elyria 25-QTJ Elyria 27-Shaw 22-f Hb Shaw 43-Elyria 25-CTD Elyria 33-Lorain 31-KTD One lfundred A if Pfigfht l , . - if 'A One I Iuznlrrd .Vin 1' was ana, ,4ee-sw. Basketdaii Left to right-First row: Louise Donovan, Ann Bush, Margaret Lugas. Ruth Kelling. Nancy Hiller., and Lois MrQnistinn. Second mir: Lois Nevins, Theo McLean, Helen Stantion. Grace Almas. ,loan Gray, Jean Swaneott, ,lcanette Znchnian. and Beatrice Fell. Third row: Dorothy jenkins. Mary Kaiser. Marian Ellis, Nancy Kop'in, Doris Sevcrs. lleverly XYright. Margaret Corts. Each year the ten best players from junior and senior girls' basketball squads are chosen to play in the annual All-Star game. On Rlarch I5 a capacity crowd saw the VVhite team, captained by Klargaret Lugas, defeat the Red team, captained by Ruth Kelling, in an amazingly close game. In the last minutes of Play Louise Donovan made the basket which defeated the Red team by the score of 30-28. Ruth Kelling and Louise Donovan tied for game scoring honors with I4 points each. I.. Curtis of Oberlin refereed the game and V. Smith participated as umpire. A sophomore team, composed of: Eleanor Carr, .lean lllosley, lllary VVacker, lllargaret xVCl1ll'lHll, Beth Corkill, Lois Lersch, .lean Reichard, lllary VVood, Beverly lllills, and Shirley Hull, defeated a freshman team, composed of: Helen Engler, Delores Thompson, Helen Goodspeed, Helen Gerhardinger, lllyrna Gleason, Gar- aldine l-lange, Helen Bristol, Virginia Goodman, Virginia ll'IcLaughlin, Vivian Rocltafellow, and Donna Norsworthy, by a score of 9-4. T- - -I--1.-. - 114-..l. A- - -- ..- J.- A- f-I,-.l.-0- Left to right-Standing: Bob Doe-ble, Dick Armstrong, Tom Cochrane. Roh Hofuian. Robert Early George Grenick, Russ Schrader, Coach Vaughn, Harold Stazniak. Huh Mcllonahi. John XYiHln-lniy. Obert Sutli1T, Jack Fox, Bob Spinks, Harold Stanford. - ' Q Sitting-First row: Ray Helling, Nick Pokea, Dick Burandt. Vlfin. jackson, Bill Duns. Sscom row Ford Brown, Bob Minch, Bill Lahiff. Third row: Dick Justnviuk. Bill Ronllvr. TRACK SEASON April 7-Elyria - Clearview-There April I 4-Elyria - Avon-Here April 21-FfCShIllCll - Avon Lake-There April 271F1'CSl1lUCll - Ridgeville-'l'here April 29-Elyria - Oberlin-Here lway 4-Elyrizv Nfaple Heights-Berea May' I3--Lake Erie League lVIeet-Here May 2O--FI'CSl11l1Cl1- Rocky River-There May 21-District Meet-West Tech lVIay 25-Parma - Elyria - Rocky River-R.R. May' 27, 28-COVCII at Ohio State May 31--Fl't'Sl1lIlL'll' john lllarshzill-There l Um' Ilumlrni Tru Um' IIIIIIIIITI! l'ff4'1'1'r1 Kinda Chuck 0'maEZegL's ' H6-H Qwws ..k , 1 l.eft tn right-First row:Semor lYeily. lack Vestal. Roh Terrel. Chuck O'Malley. Harold Stanford. lion lfolies. llaroild Frederieks. See-nnl mu: ll.-lu Sliarkey, liavitl lfvaus. Nat Pemlleinn, Sidney Gross. liulu Karp. ,lack Reinllart, llolm Selwneder. 'l'l1irtl row: llill lluteh. NY. ll. Geyer. junior Gleason. l'arl Lingenfeller. 1 The junior Hi-Y Club started the year with only four members from last year's club. After a constitution had been drawn up the following officers were elected: President. Chuck O'NIalley3 Vice-President, Harold Stanfordg Secretary, Sid Grossg 'llreasurer, Tom lVharton. llr. H. VV. Geyer, Y.llI.C.A. boys' director, and supervisor of clubs, appointed Carl Gleason adviser. Later on in the year Don Fobes was elected sergeant-at-arms. During the year numerous trips to Camp Iss-See-Kes were taken. A joint supper meeting with the junior Friendship was held February 15. fllembers of the elub were of service to the "Y" when they served as ushers for the Y.KI.C.A. circus. Kleetings are held every VVednesday evening at 7 :15. E x Xi ' c l N1 A1 if ' t er- . ,-Af Eu! Luk E4....v.J 4 R..1h wr.7Lt Hahn irish-I Illdln, n.n...1.. Hlrian Yuii rg. 'J - CC, . Q' 1 V 34. MR' XX B.lolf,lvlllJmx, I, V-lc ng 3 N Y 1 , Fi-J.l'kE!f uk, 71.Puth Q A f 5 D.E!IaJ ,urban Avqiv 1 E.0ri!a,R.lvdnn Qihylq A Camiid Camera Skaiv' A Clan Mae bzvfa, Gen-y Psy 4 X mv ? 1 ,. Sq, 'Q QM kt.K.-khrur, K inf m Tn-lk-I Nllyh, N. Kvffrt H.e.a-4, n.cma.u r.4.,,. Enfcl r 4 if i! A ' Q ' N Pm., r1.n.., H A Elouuv Nu 4 'Juno Hnlh, n.c'r..l.ul liens Q w e Afwcuxn,lBv4s 9C.Gekm7 7001.015 Boelflolr Hcvyln Yule' ,lrffy Glmol-I Our Illllldlfll 'I'Zl't'l'l'x' Zhe Band Blawg iheyhe Pzzesent 1 l l'1'1nc1pz1l Q P bluvclx' :lt 21 football ganna' 2 Qi 4, ' if Ford Brown Band Drum RI1lj0IA Um' IIIIIIIIITII I , I l11r','f'4'11 F M4 . Z I :il X .K- -, J 5 j - F ' li' mu. Bcwws Zo Retbw After serving 32 years as janitor at lflyria High, P. Al Barnes, better known as Cap, will retire August 31. On lllay I8 the teachers called him in to a meeting in l2I and presented him with a meerschaum pipe and combination magazine and smoking stand in tribute to his many kindnesses to everyone. lllr. Barnes has seen the high school grow from a group of 500 to one of 1700. YVhen he began his service the graduating class numbered 4.8. His last graduating class approximates 3I5. "Teachers," he says, 'Lhave come and gone. How- ever, there are three who were teaching the year 1 began at E.H.S. and are teaching now. I shall never forget the kindness of all the teachers." lllr. Barnes wil long be remembered by students and teachers for his efficient, kindly, courteous service. 0 ne Ilunzlrwl Fourteen Y Skull, Ckvui-nn Ke-nth Um., Lg.R Z bulk M 'oem K nw-ev QS x ,ff L5 hfe -- 8. W ,Q K N X ftwmygslmnl Hxfavlky ,X Alan Nu Hu vc A Canis! Clmua Shu Ona' Joe led sr Belfry Jams -' Yivefyn Hnfinf Huy His Ron Shfdov. Zelwm Snflh Kaflevh-0 Hn-vp 'P , 'fr rg 1 J Q Duns Snvsn WIN: Ballvff LiHm.,N.n..., 1 Ckeshv Hulnffvr Haul '4 Helen T-xylw Bch, 1 Uhrfnd Snltb Nunn, Dun, 0 Lawn I-fu Hahn. Ciapp Y nyiiis Cpfuell " Klint H850 Um' IIIIIIIXITII 1'wifft'l'll ' -1' 1 .P':"' ...waf- S 4 1 f 1 v s . 4 1 1 Y' ,, I Mic- Cx" , A,-L x 1 F m mweqzwsohw .U :Int soinv 'rm H21 es. or wir names :Inf lux is rams :I I uc I' MII' lt'I' III It' mu '. l.lJl HDR 5 XUI la: llils :I 11lI:IlIctIzed list of the stnilents In tie school during: 1'-J.wf'lU.wx flow ni II:I1n tlzm- Ilil fs ol the III l ge l t f tl ltl tg tl U l tl l lt Zin jllilemnriam Ialjnnnz Svcbramm KB. 2, Qflpria Blah may 29, 1937 Bale Iaastngs REB. 2, Qlflpria EBRD Qugust 12, 1937 -A- llagnell, IXIQIFQ'--l IQ .Cornell Ave. ..,,, ll Abookire, clf'0I'2,'C-l7KXT Middle Ave. .,,.... I2 glauidj Plfdftgo' c'artQQ.d "A"'AA "1"' ' ' 'O Aebie, Nlilflflll--l68 Courtland St. ,,,,,.... .,.... I I tgatlim' :JON 0't2i??j5 ' t' ' ' 9 Agate, 13111681215 Princeton Ave. .. ,,,.,. I2 a er' lm- ' ' ' 3' 'AQHA ' H Alexander, Bert-I30 Chase St, ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, I I Helios. .l05'3l'h'-'35 7Bl?lkV.5f- 1 '--f"-'fff f----'ff f 3 Alexander, Phyllis-3o3 Lake Ave. ., . ,,,,, IO lgfllili R0Sff'3l5 W mf RIWV -VVV XX'- Ament Robert?-Rtlbt ty Elm-ia .v.--vv.A.A, IVWYVVA Q Baldt, .AlYlIl127l C0lllI1-ll7llS bt. ,.,.., . ....,,. . ll Allleit, Nlyron-I I6 Chestnut St. ,,,,, . ,,,,. IJ Baptiste' -'CNC-408 Efxffml Avi' """ ""'A'A I 0 Alheit Robert-502 Ijcxxvcyy Ave XV llara, Aladar--3.4.5 W est River bt. .t .,,,., ,....,,, I I Altfclgt Bmw-324 Fourth qt ' 'A'A'A"" """"' I tg llrirziski, tlosepli-229 South YVL-st River . I I Altfeldt -lcmt-,024 Kfiddlt. Aw. M .q v H, lg2ll'l3Zll'6'SSO, 'VOID'-ljj Oak St. ll Altfcldv Shirlm,-tztt 1:0m.th St. ---------vVVVVV. VA.--. I I linrloxv, Rose llary-238 ld2ll'Y2ll'tl Ave. , 0 Anderson, lwarian-545 lf, Broad St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, io B31'llm'dI .laCk'l l2 Slmllfll 'LAWV -'f-'-------" 9 AlNlCl'S0ll, Roger--545 li. Broad St. ,,,,,,.., ,,,,.,, I I Hamm' 5rthm"'l' Lulhmct L t' ' ""A ' U Andrcsst Ji,,,.2I43 East lg,-idge St. A-,-- ,AAAA,A t 0 lim-nes, herald-I42 Q 2ll'0lll1fl Ave. ........ .. o Andt-Zjzvkt Emily,-Stz Twelfth St' ---AA....-'.--.'- t to Barnhart, Eileen-I54 Bellcheld Ave. ,.............. Q Archibald, George,-I It Lexington Ave. -QQWVYAAV Q l3z11'IIhz11't, .lune-I54 llellefield Ave. ..,.,....,........ lvl .zxmttitattet IWLM322 lsuttmct. St. --------q-,----qwAq-q QYQYV I O llzn-nook, Helen-fI7o Woodford Ave. ,,.,.., . XY. Armstrong, Dick-Corner lNIiddle and Tliird IO BfU'fll0'lW- R0bl'l'f-5f0P Lflkl' AVF- V -----'ff 'U A,-mit' Alf,-cd-mm Lake AVC' .- ...-...,,AA,,A,. H ,I lizn-tns, Marv IAN!!-54.2 lnrner bt. ., ..,,.. I0 Arnold' Alt,-cd-920 East Rivet- St, tttt. tttttv t J llartlwolomexv, Robert-236 Denison Ave. IJ At.tt.,.' 513,-V 1.3.9247 Sixth St. vttttttttlt Y ttt- ,O liashak, Charlesf.t56 VV. Seventeenth St. ...., , Q ASt.ht.nbat.h, tlvtm-155 Comet! Ave. 'ttttt I t Bates, l'Alg2tl'fI Io Llmyrlef Lt. .,...,. J ,,...,....,. ...,,.., . ,, IO Atkinson, Clll'tlS-l..l.S Roosevelt Ave. ..,, .,..... I 0 Bfltcsv luafl0'l'3l7 xx- scwlltll M' Aungst, B1ll'l52ll'?l1l I4 Hamilton St, .,,,,, ..,.... I I Hauler Fcllx-7m llflkf' AW' """' Bauer, Gilbert-3.4.0 YVincklcs St. .....,, .. ,,.. , ll '- lf - Hauer, .loan-Gulf Road ..... ...,.,,,,...,.....,....,,,,..,.....,,,.... I I Babit-II, Robert-748 VVQ-gt River St, ,,,,,,, ,,,,., I 0 lianinlwzirdt, Rlfllilftl-2l2 Spruce St. ....,.,.......,... I I lhqlm, Rim-607 Rliddle Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, c 3 Haus, Phyllis-lNI1II'r:Iy Ridge, R.l".l7. 3 I0 ll:IclIInzIII, YirgiI1i:1H-206 Nlzirseilles Ave. ...... Q lgayley, EllgCl1C-S18 Park Ave. .. . ,...........,.. IU B1lg'l1l'll, Uorotlmy-I IQ Cornell Ave. ..,.. I0 lleach, l':lSlC--V70 lie:-be Ct. .. .. IU as o g- :zt 'gg 1' Um' lllllldffll Si.vtI'wI Beal, Donovan-R.F.D. 3, EtllS0ll Highway lO Beal, Dora Mae-321 VVest St. ,.................,......,.... II Beattie, IJ0ll1llCl-110 Kenwood Ave. ..,.,,......... Q Beavis, AICZIII-I..l.Q Bellefield Ave, ,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,4., IO Beavor, lllary B'IHl'g2lI'Ct--2K8 VV. Bridge St. Il Beckloff, Harold-515 VVest St. .i..,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,..,,,. io Beckwith, Lois lllae-411 VVoodland Ave. IO Bedocs, john-129 lklonroe St. .........,........,,,,........... IO Bell, xwvllllillll-526 E. River St. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,.., Q Bell, IJ0lI2llCl-136 School St. .............. ....... 1 0 Bell, Dorothy-234. Denison Ave, .....,. ....... 1 J Bell, Gordon-4.55 VV. River St. ....,,.,,. ....... 1 0 Bellas, B'I21l'y--239 VV. River St. .,,..,..., 12 Beller, Nelson-757 VV. River St. ....... .,...., 1 0 Bendick, Bessie BI.-822 Lake Ave. .... ..i.,,. 1 1 Benford, Harry--377 VVinckles St. ...,..... .e,,... 1 1 Benford, Royden-337 VVinckles St. ,,,,,,...,,,,,,... VV. Benham, Elizabeth-1012 Park Ave. ...... IO Bennett, NVilliam-117 Chase St. .........,..... .,...., 1 I Bennett, Lois lllarie-223 Denison Ave IO Berndt, Lois-432 Kenyon Ave. .........,,,...... IO Billings, ,lack-4.56 VV. Ninth St. ....... 9 Birch, Doug-333 Fifth St. ................. ll Birch, .l0lllI-301 Park Ave. .,..,,................ 9 Birkline, Georgia-134, Beebe Ct. ....... IO Birks, Ray-265 Boston Ave. ........................ .....,, 1 0 Bischoff, Dan-223 Stanford Ave. .,,,,,.................. 10 Bishop, Ralph-Forest View, R.F.D. 2 9 Bivi11, Christine-820 VVest B1'oad St. .,.......... VV. Bivi11, Veachel-820 VV. Broad St. ........, ....... 9 Black, Thelma-34,0 Princeton Ave. ,.,......,...,.... IO Blade, lllary KIIUIC--310 Cambridge Ave. ........, IO Blayney, R0bC1'I--215 VVooster St. .,,...... ...,... 1 1 Blecman, Dorothy-107 VVest St. i..,,. ll Blinzley, VVillis-415 Adams St. .....,.... lO Bliss, HONl'3Tll-3ll Huron St. .....,...i. IO Boal, QTCOFQCLZSI Nlarseilles Ave. ...,.,.,. ....... 1 0 Board, VVilletta-South Second St. ,........ .,..., 1 1 Boddy, Donald-263 Abbe Road ,,..........,,. ....... I I Boepple, blildred-15 Phillips Ct. ............,........... 9 Bohannon, hl. C.-504. NV. Twelfth St. IO Bohn, Evelyn-R.F.D. 3, VVest River Rd. IO Bolash, JCC-ISO VVoodford Ave. ,,,,,,,,,.,,...,.,,..... IO Bolly, Robert-324. E. Hts. Blvd. .,...........,.......... ll Boothroyd, Lois-4.37 NV. Ninth St. ,,1,,....,,1,,,,.. IO Boreski, Jlilllt'-4.21 VV. Thirteenth St. ........ .. 1 1 Boreski, -lessie-421 VV. Thirteenth St. ,,,.....,... Q Borie, Gloria AIIIIC-619 VVest Ave. .....,.,,......... 9 Born, DIRTY-35Q Princeton Ave. .,.,.........., .. 11 Bornino, lil'lllI0--3Ol Fifteenth St. .,,..,... ....... I O Boro11, l:l'2llllC--l6O Erie St, ....,.....,,,,,...,,,, IO Bourquin, Phyllis-711 Park Ave. .... IO Bowdler, VVilliam-423 Tenth St. .,.,.,. l I Boylan, .l0l1I1-804 East Ave. ...............,......., . ,.,,, 1 1 Boyson, Ffilllli-2lS VVest River St. ,...,.....,...,.., lO Brackley, Harris-6 Frank Ct. ...........,....., ,...,.. 9 lil'!lIl1WCll, .ICZIII-IOS Neufer Ct. ..,..,. One lluuzlred Setfmzteezi II Brantley, Herbert-3 VVoodford Ave. ..,... . Brantley, Hermond-8 VVoodford Ave. Brassell, Keefe-140 VV. Bridge St. ....,. . Brenner, Nathan-4.05 lkiiddle Ave. .... . Brickman, Leonard-1535 East Ave. .... . Brickman, Tom-1535 East Ave. ............. . Bridge, BCITOH-509 VVest Third St. ...... . Bridge, Elsie-509 YVest Third St. ....... . Bright, Richard-1020 West Ave. ...., . Bristol, Helen-161 Harvard Ave. ..... . Brock, Albert-4.65 Tenth St. .....,........ . Brodbeck, Nlartha-312 Sixth St. ........ . Brokaw, -ICSSC-121 Taft Ave. .....,....,,....,...,... . Brotherton, Ernest-519 Clark St. ...,.......... . Brouse, junior-252 Third St. ........-........-. . Brown, BCTIICH-I42 Riverside Ct. ......... . Brown, Patricia-128 Ohio St. .............. ..... . Browne, Phyllis-R.F.D. 2 ............................,.... Brubaker, Richard-135 Huron St. ....... . Brubaker, Donald-229 George St. ...... . Bruce, Robert-R.F.D. 1, Grafton .. . Brunner, Lillian-128 Kipling St. ........,......., . Buck, Nlildred-603 East Broad St. ......,,... . Buckingham, Halden--R.F.D. 2, Elyria , Buckley, Shirley-Spring Valley Country Club .,,,,,.....................,,,....................,............................ Bullock, VVayne--141 E. Bridge St. ....... . Burandt, Richard-85 Laundon Ct. ...... . Burdick, Pauline-124 Harwood St. ......... . Burgett, Frank--200 Parmely Ave. ..... L ..... .. Burgett, Richard-341 East River St. ...... . Burgett, Russell-34,1 E. River St. ............ . Burke, Regina--14,4 VVurst Ct. ..,.................. . Burnstein, Sanford-619 West River St. . Burr, Nlabel--128 Quincy St. ...,....,,................. . Burrows, Ffallk-1720 East Ave. ...... Burrows, Willia111-1720 East Ave. .. Bush, Art-122 Homer St. ,.....,.......... ..... . Bush, Jack-122 Homer St. .................... . Buswell, B4H1'j01'lC-514 Foster Ave. .... . Buswell, Miltoii-401 High St. ..,.................. . Buswell, Robert-Elizabeth St. ................. Buterbaugh, Rothard-319 Eleventh St. . Buttle, TOIII-420 Lorain Blvd. ..................... . Buzzard, Billy-Gulf Road ...................,.......,... Byars, L0lllSCiI I4 Rush St. ..........,.... . Bycynski, Steve-1025 Middle Ave. .. . -C-. Cairns, Blld'3l6 Columbia Ave. ...,,,.....,...... . Campbell, Dorothea M.-526 Bond St. Campbell, Eileen-La Grange ...................... Campbell, George-526 Bond St. ............ . Carman, Bill-208 VVest Bridge St. ....... . Carman, Bob-208 VVest Bridge St. ....... . Carpenter, Dick-334. Twelfth St. .,.,..,,.. . Carr, Eleanor-153 Longfellow St. ,..,........ . Carr, Tom-153 Longfellow St. ......... ............. 9 Carter, Albert--248 Winckles St. ........................ VV. Carter, Charles-237 Oberlin Rd. .......... . Carter, Francis-237 Oberlin Rd. .......... . Carter ohn-R.F D. I La Gran e Q J ' v g ----------4------- 9 Cazeau, Adelbert-I36 Brandston Ave. ......... 9 Cazeau, Elden-136 Brandston Ave. ................,. I2 Chapler, Elizabeth-R.D. 2, Seventeenth St. 9 Chapman, Ruth-I24 Williams St. ..................... W. Cheetham, Ioan-201 Marseiiles Ave. ...,....... . Chesler, Gertrude-332 Lodi St. ..,.,.....,,.............. . Chizmar, Anthone-364 Vulcan St. ....... . Chobanoff, Elaine-524 Park Place ....,................ Chorak, Anne-R.D. 3, Griswold Rd. ..........,... . Christian, George-I I3 Water St. ......................, . Christman, Phyllis-514. Cleveland St. Christman, RUth'5I4 Cleveland St. ......... . Christman, Shirley A.-316 Seventh St. ........... . Clapp, Phyllis-514 Park Place .............................. Clark, Robert Jay-R.D. I, Elyria ,.,.........,.....,.,... Clark, Robert-144 Spruce St. ,.........,.......,,,........... . Clauer, William Crabill--359 Cambridge Ave. .,................,.................................,........................,..... . Clausius, William--182 Spruce St. ...,,,........, . Cochrane, Tom-317 Cambridge Ave. .............. . Coen, Earl-I53 Bell Ave. ............................ . Coe, Philip-316 Cornell Ave. .............. . Cohen, Helene-321 Denison Ave. ..... . Cole, Charles-R.D. 3, Elyria ..,....... Cole, Marion--R.D. 3, Elyria .................. ............ Cole, Yvonne-R.D. 2, La Grange ...,.... Coleman, Larry--801 E. River St. .................... . Collier, Gordon-Stop IO, Lake Ave. ........ - .... . Collier, James-Stop IO, Lake Ave. ,,,,,,,,...,,.,,,,,. . Collins, Georgetta M.-311 Eleventh St. Comerford, Genevieve--214 Sumner St. ......... 9 Comstock, H3ffiSOH-244 Fifth St. ..............,....,. 9 Comstock, Jean-349 Eleventh St. .......... . Conger, Gerald-630 East Ave. ................ . Cook, Earl, jf.-2I5.E. Fifteenth St. .................. 1 1 Cook, H3ZCl-334 Sixteenth St. .............................. 9 Cooley, Bob-464 Tenth St. ,,..,,...,,,,,,..... f ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,.. 9 Copas, Germaine Ruth-144 Hamilton St. 1 I Corey, Laura-21156 Second St. ......,,.........,...,..,.. IO Corkill, Mary E.-406 Tenth St. .,,,,,... ...,..,...,., I 0 Cornell, Phyllis-313 Gulf Road ......., ...,. N V Corts, DiCk-154 Cleveland St. ...,........,... . Corts, Margaret-154 Cleveland St. ,......... .. Couch, NHHCY-215 Winckles St. .,,,,,......,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , Coven, Wilbur-339 Fourth St. ....................,........ . Cox, Pearl--500 East Ave. .,,,,,,,...,,,,...,,,,,,...,,.,,,,..,,,,, , Crandall, Alice-Adelbert St., R.D. 3, Elyria Crawford, Glenn--II7 Water' St. Crisp, Jean Elizabeth-344 E. Hts. Crisp, Ray--124 Denison Ave. ..........,...................., . Croft, A. Lester-209 Huron St. ........ ........... V5 7. Cromling, Bill-52 Colonial Apts. ..... . 'i'i5i'Q'Li'Q'ff C1'ooks, Bettye-347 E. River St. ......... .......... W . Crooks, JOHN-347 E. River St. .................. ....... 9 Crooks, Joyce--347 E. River St. .............................. 9 Croskey, Mary Jean-R.D. 3, Lake Ave. ....,. I I Crossmier, Nola-1403 East Ave. ........................ 9 Crozier, Edna-831 Lake Ave. ,,............................... 9 Cruce, Magdalene--1909 Middle Ave. ............ IO Csonka, Steve-134 Woodford Ave. ..................... I0 Curcillo, Ernest-322 Eighteenth St. ,.............. 9 Curtis, Jack-215 Court St. ....................................... II Czak, Helen-R.D. 3, Elyria ................... ............ I I - D - Dachner, A21l'0ll-252 Seventh St. ..................... IO Dahnke, Harold-419 East River St. ................,. I I Dall, Illll-234 Washington Ave. ........................ W. Dany, Andy-315 Beech St. ......................,................ I0 Dany, Elizabeth-315 Beech St. .............................. 9 Daraby, George-1330 West River St. . ........... 9 Davidson, KCIlIlCfh-914 Lake Ave. ..................... 1 1 Davidson, Marion-455 Earl Ct. ........................... 9 Davies, Carolyn-355 E. Hts. Blvd. .................. 9 Davies, 131161425 East Ave. .........,.,........................ II Davison, Howard-238 Harrison St. .................. 9 Dean, Robert--327 S. Maple St. ....,.......,....,......... IO Dean, Harold-327 S. Maple St. .,......................... 9 Decker, Charles-147 E. Hts. Blvd. .................. rr Decker, William--238 E. Hts. Blvd. ..,............ W. Dellefield II'VVlll-ISQI East Ave. ,,,.,,....,,..,....,..., IO Delleiield LOiS-1391 East Ave. ........................... 9 Dellisanti Andy-1328 West River St. ............ IO Dellisanti Mary-1328 West River St. ......... 9 DeMarco, Angela--I24 Quincy St. ..................... 9 DeMaria, Frank-346 South Maple St. ......... 9 DeMaria, Jean--346 South Maple St. ............... I0 DeMaria, Mary-346 South Maple St. ............ II Dernas, Helen-West Ridge, R.F.D. 3 ............ II Demos, Charles-320 Fourth St. ........................... II Denes, Frank-R.F.D. I, La Grange ..........,.... 9 Deutsch, Leonard--346 Cambridge Ave. ......... 9 Dewhurst, Pat-119 Cornell Ave. ........................ 9 Dick, Mary Ellen-315 West Ave. ......... ....... 9 Diewald, David-154 Abbe Road .......................,... 1 1 Diewald, U'I'SLll21---154 Abbe Road ........... ............ 1 o Dillingham, Eileen-833 Bond St. ....... ............ I 0 Dixon, Harry-144 Harrison St. ,....................... W. Dobrowski, Pauline-1518 Middle Ave. ......... rr Doebele, Robert-609 Bond St. .................. ...... I I Doman, Bertha-552 Vulcan St. ........................... 9 Donnelly, June-514 Park Place ........................... I2 Donovan, Cecil-IIO Marseilles Ave. ............... 9 Dostall, Robert-113 Nichols Ct. ....,................... IO Dougherty, Viola-115 Bellefield Ave. ............ II Dowdell, Bernard-430 Jefferson St. ............... IO Downs, Marcella-190 Erie St. .............................. II Drake, Pauline-559 Cleveland St. ..................... 9 Dubena, Vera-130 Fairlawn Ave. .... ........... I I One Hundred Eighteen Dnekett, Eugene-508 East Broad St. .............. . Duckett, JOZIII-II27 East River St. ,,,.,,........... . Dudek, Henry-342 Seventeenth St. .........,..A.... . Dudek, VVanda-34.2 Seventeenth St. .............. . Duncan, Robert-3 Tattersall Ct. ,.........,. , Dunfec, George-Fuller Rd., R.D. 2 ...A.............. Dunford, Leonard-237 Eighth St. ,...,.,,......,,,.., , Dunn, Jack--34.1 Third St. .,,...........,,...... . Dunn, Margie-341 Third St. .........,.. .....,.... . Dutch, Bill-535 Ohio St. ..,,,,..,.....,.,,....................... . Dutch, Louise-535 Ohio St. ,,..,..,.,,,,.,...,,,,,,...,,,,,,.. . Dzieniszewski, Ted-327 Longford Ave. ........ . -E- Eady, Ruth-24.8 Howe St. ,,,,......,,.,....,,,. , Eager, Byron C.-lO6I E. River St. ...,.. . Eager, Hazel-1061 E. River St. .........,. ......r... . Early, Robert-142 Bell Ave. .......,,...... .......... . Easly, Philip--316 Twelfth St. ........ . Echko, VVilliam-345 Kenyon Ave. ,..,.,r.r.,......r.. . Eckenroad, Irwin--347 Twelfth St. ,,,,,,...,,,,,,.. . Eckler, Pillll--1628 Lake Ave. ....................,.......,.., . Edwa1'ds, Helen-I202 VVest Ave. .r.,,.,.. .......... . Edwards, Marguerite-1938 Middle Ave. Edwards, Paul--Stop 5, Grafton .,......................... Ehlert, Jack-III Longford Ave. ........ ..,....... . Ehlert, .IOHIIIICZI I I Longford Ave. .... . Ehlke, Bill-532 East Ave. ...,................. .,........ . Ehrke, NOYIIIZI-III3 East Ave. ......... .......... . Ehrlich, ElCl0ll-I I2 E. Broad St. ........ ..,....... . Elbert, Bob-1260 East Ave. .........,,....,,,,. .......... . Elbert, George-I22 Riverdale Ct. ......... . Elek, Bob-127 Parkview Ct. .,.,.......,....... . Elek, Ffallli-322 VV. River St. .......,. .......... . Elek, JOC-322 W. River St. ......,....,, .......... . Iilemes, Helen-54.6 Lodi St. ,,,.,..... .......... . Elliott, Duke-405 Park Ave. ,,.......... .......... . Elliot, J'2llIlCC-122 E. Hts. Blvd. ..,,....... . ..... .. Ellis, lh'IKI'i2I.ll12I6 E. Hts. Blvd. .....,,. ..,....... . Elsten, -lack-192 Bath St. ..................... .......... . Elton, Jack-235 E. Hts. Blvd. ......... .......... . Emerich, JZIIC--1206 lkliddle Ave. ..... ........,. . Emery, AlffCd-210 Marseilles Ave. .. .,...., Emody, Joe-528 Furnace St. ....,.......... Engler, Helen--R.D. I, Elyria ............ Ensor, Dorothy-362 Furnace St. ........ .......... . Eppley, Bruce-R.D. 3, Elyria ..........., .....,..... Erber, Hilda-I27 Fourth St. ............... .......... . Erdman, Betty-I9I Bath St. .,.,,,...,.,,.....,. .......,.. . Ericson, Robert-I I 5 Artemas Ct. ....... . Ernst, Wanda-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ...... ........... Eschke, Anne-479 Huron St. ............ .......... . Eschke, James-479 Huron St. ................. , ....,,.,. . Eschtruth, VVinifred--R.D. 3, Elyria ,. ..,,,,,,. .. Esker, Jack-507 VVest Ave. ................. . Eucker, Betty jane--R.D. I, Elyria ..... One Hunzlrvzl V171 1'1r'1'n Evans, David-4.09 Middle Ave. ........................... 9 Evans, Mary Elaine-238 Kenyon Ct. ............... 9 -F- Farewell, Bill-208 Fourth St. .....,........................ IO Farkacs, Betty-237 S. West River St. ............ 9 Farkas, Rudy-219 W. River St. .........,................. IO Faulkner, Corletta-R.D. I, La Grange .....,... 9 Fazekas, Irene-116 W. River St. ..........,..,.......... I2 Feeley, Marilyn-R.D. I, La Grange .......,....... 9 Fell, Bill--606 Middle Ave. ,......................... ..,.... I I Fell, Lois Ann-606 Middle Ave. ........... ....... I O Ferguson, Jack-352 Fifth St. ............... ........ 9 F eron, Rose-321 Sixteenth St. .......... ........ I I Feron, Treva-321 Sixteenth St. ......... ....... 9 Ferriman, Jim-II8 Cedar St. ...,............. .. ....... . II Ferriman, Richard-I I8 Cedar St. ........... ........ 9 Fey, William-I I5 Cascade St. .........,.,..,.................. I I Fiedler, Lorna May-I I9 Fremont St. .......,.... I I Figler, Dorothy-I I5 Neufer Ct. ........................ W. Figula, Grace-I28 Irondale St. ,...... ........ I I F inegan, ,Tack-223 Howe St. ......,...... .,...... 9 Fitch, Sayre-I IS Cleveland St. ........,... ........ I I Fitzpatrick, Cliff--2102 S. Oak St. ........ ........ I 0 Flint, Charlotte-I20 Bellefield Ave. .................. I I Flood, T0m-21755 Thlrd St. .....,........................... I2 Flowers, Peggy-223 Eighth St. ........... ........... W . Flowers, Ruth-223 Eighth St. ....... ...,..,. I O Flynn, Bob-429 West Ave. ........ .... ........ 9 Flynn, Jack-220 Harrison St. .......... ........ I 0 Fobes, Bernie-329 Ninth St. ............. ........ I I Fobes, Don--329 Ninth St. ........................ ............. 1 0 Folley, Leona-I3 5 F airlawn Ave. ................,.... W. Forbes, .LHYVTCIICC--I 147 West Ave. ........ ........ I I Ford, Ruby-1702 West Ave. ................................. I2 Foreman, Andrew-I24 Harvard Ave. ........,... II Foreman, Geraldine--427 Second St. .................. 9 F oreman,Robert-427 Second St. .............. ........ I I Foss, .AgI'lCS--359 High St. .................. ........-.- W - Foster, Mary-307 Sumner St. ......... ........... W . F owl, Kenneth-R.D. 3 .............................. ........ I O Fowl, Malcolm-R.D. 2 ................................ ........ 9 Fowler, Bette Jayne-859 Walnut St. ............... 9 Fox, Elton-614 Lodi St. ............................................. W. Fox, Jeannette-R.F.D. 2 ........................... ........ I I Frank, James-316 Park Ave. ............... ........ I 0 Frederick, Don-818 W. Broad St. ..................... I I Frederick, Harold-254 Fifth St. ........................... I0 Freeland, Margaret-Murray Ridge, R.D. 3 I0 Fridenstine, Bob-R.D. 2 ............................................. II Fridenstine, David-R.D. 3 ....................................... Il Fridenstine, Ruth-R.D. 2 .......................................... IO Fritzsche, Mary JO-2 54 Washington Ave. 9 Fronkiewcyz, Walter-219 W. River St. ...... 9 Frye, Lois-4 Plaza Apts. .......................................... W. Funk, Richard-I57 Cleveland St. ..........,............. II - L, 1 ' Y 2 " E : ' W-2 ' IIQEEIA - i if 'F':""- 1. 5 ' Inrsfwitifi ' r -Ji' "T-1... 'A -G- Gage, Harold-R.D. 2, Elyria ., Gaines, Camilla-523 Bond St. ,,,,,,,..,,,,, ,A II I0 Gallam, Ruth-1320 VVest Ave, ,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,4.,,4 IO Gamble, Alberta-132 Denison Ave. ,,..,,,..,,.,,,,., IO Gardner, John-600 Foster Ave. ............. .....,... 1 0 Gardner, Paul-217 Third St. .............. ..,, 1 1 Gardner, Roy--217 Third St. ,,,,,,,,,..,.. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 1 0 Gardner, Tom-600 Foster Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 1 Garford, jane Harriet-254 Columbus St. II Garland, Audrey-337 Cambridge Ave. .,....... Il Garland, Wayne-337 Cambridge Ave. ........,... 9 Gehring, Carl-158 Pasadena Ave. ....... ........, 1 0 Geisel, 10116--441 Ninth St, ,,...,,..1,,,,,,,,,, ,..,.,,,, 1 0 Geisel, JHSOH-441 Ninth St. ,...,,,,,..,,,..,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, II Gembka, ElC2ll10l'-I26 Clark St, ,,,,,,,1,,,,,1,,,,,.,,,,1,, IO Gerhardinger, Helen-211 Harwood St. .....,.. . Gerhardinger, Mary--R.D. 1, Oberlin ...,. 9 9 Gibbens, Virginia-Stop 6, Lake Ave. ........ IO Gibbons, Clara Mae-997 East River St. IO Gibbs, Harley-123 Clinton Ave. .........,..,,.. ,,,..., 1 0 Giedlinski, Emma-985 East River St. ..........., 9 Gillespie, Bill-311 Seventeenth St. ....... ......... 9 Gleason, Jane-269 Harrison St, ........ .... 1 1 Gleason, Myrna-1017 East Ave. ,.... ,,,,,,,,, 9 Gleisner, Howard-R.D. 1, Oberlin .... ,.,...... 9 Glessner, ,Donna ..........,..,....,......,.,.,...,,,......,,,,,,.,,,,,,...,,..,,,, VV, Glover, Robart-511 West Ave. ...11,,,..,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 Goetz, Clara M8CL3I2 Columbia Ave. ......... II Goldenberg, Louise--148 Cornell Ave. ,,..,...,.,, 9 Goldstein, Betty-701 Park Ave. ,,,,,,,..,,,,,.,, , IO Gonda, Elizabeth-262 East Broad St. ........ 9 1 . Goodman, Al-1 I9 Homesite Ct. ,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I2 Goodman, Virginia-119 Homesite Ct. ...,...,,.,. 9 Goodrich, Howard--119 South Olive St. ...... 9 Goodspeed, HClCll1I8I2 East Ave. .... . 9 Gorman, jack-107 Malcolm Ct, ,,,.,,,,,,,,, .,1,,,,,,1,, 1 0 Gorman, TOIII-107 Malcolm Ct. ,,,,1,,,.,,,,,,1.11,,11. I2 Gotro, James-1 16 VVilliams St. ,,,,,,,,., ,..,,,,,,,,, X V, Gough, Lois-R.D. 2, Elyria ............. Il VV. Gove, Sherman-1237 East Ave. Graham, DOIIIIH-615 Bond St. Grall, Sara Louise-252 Middle Ave. Gray, Emma-344 East River St. ........., , Gree11e, Dave-236 Oxford Ave. ...11..... . Greene, Hilda Ruth-1 I9 East Ave. .. Greenich, George-177 Roosevelt St. .. Greer, Verdie-158 Northrup St. .,..,.. . Gregorczik, Alvin-1824 Middle Grobe, Marian--Telegraph Road ........... Groll, Rlltll-138 Pasadena Ave. ..1... . Gross, Sidney-437 Kenyon Ave. ....... . Grugel, EllI10I'-210 Blaine St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , W IO IO 9 I0 IO IO I0 IO 9 XV. IO Crrugel, Vl0l21-210 Blame St. ................................. II Guilmette, Margaret-784 West River St. II Cnunder Lillian-132 School St, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,1,,.,1,,. IO ka I V - 7' , ' gxxxwlrl L -V 14,1 :nf CI 4 1.1 Gurchik, Elizabeth-609 VV. Fifteeenth St. Gurchik, John-609 VV. Fifteenth St. .............. . Guthman, Beatrice-8 'llattersall Ct. ,.,.............. . Cmtowski, Ed-215 Lodi St. ............................... . - H - Haag, Kathryn-1370 East Ave. ..,.....,. ...... . Haake, Alberta-30 Artemas Ct. ....... .....,. . Haake, Doris--30 Artemas Ct. ........... ,..... . Haas, Donald-310 Thirteenth St. ...... . Haas, Lauera--969 Cleveland St. ..,,.,... . Hadaway. George-11 I2 West Ave. .............,,,. . Haines, Shirley Joyce-Dewey Ave. .......1. . Halitzka, Alice-316 South Maple St. Halitzka, Lewis-316 South lllaple St. ,,,,. . Hall, Arch-353 Seventh St. ,..,..............,,,... . Hall, Arthur-353 Seventh St. .....,.... , Hall, Betty-R.D. 1, Elyria ........1........ Halliday, Isobel-454 Adams St. .......... . Halpin, Rita-137 Garvin Ave. ....... . Hamlin, Lila-213 Ninth St. ........,.......... .. Hammer, Katherine---R.D. 1, Elyria .. . Hancock, Ellen-209 Roosevelt Ave. ...... . Handrosh, Barbara-R.D. 1, Grafton .. Handyside, Harlow--212 Boston Ave. .,,. . Haney, Charles-139 Brandston Ave. .... . Hange, Geraldine-229 VVashington Haning, lVI3I'g2ll'Cf-109 Lincoln Ct. ....... . Ha11so11, Chuck-248 VVinckles St. .,.,,.,., Hanson, Juanita-339 VVinckles St. ,..... . Hanson, Ralph-339 VVinckles St. .........,,..,... . Hard, lvlary VZIICC-218 Denison Ave. .. Hardaker, LllllHll1l3O2 East River St. Hardaker, Norma-R.D. 1, Elyria .......,... Hardesty, ElC21Il0I'1I45 South Olive St. Hardy, Leland-R.D. 1, Elyria ..,,, .......,,,.. ,.,... , Harper, R2lYIl'l0lld--I3l Pasadena Ave. .. Harpster, VVallace-317 Cornell Ave. Harr, June--1318 llfliddle Ave. ,................. . Harraman, June-509 Park Place ...,........,. Harris, Richard--Stop 80, Oberlin Rd. .. Harrison, Frank-R.D. 2, Elyria ..........,......,......... Harssema, Alllll-214. Longford Ave. .....,, . Hart, Arthur-353 VV. Seventh St. ....,,.,,,... . Harvey, liCI1IlCtl'l-403 VVest River St. ., Harvey, Roland--403 VVest River St 9 9 1 1 VV. 0 ..ll 9 Il I0 IO VV 9 9 9 IO Il II 9 ll Il Il 9 9 9 IO Il Il I2 I0 I0 9 ll 9 ll 9 IO 9 lO ll II XV . ,,..,...,,,,,., 9 Hastings, lllarilyn-411 VVest Ave. ........,,.,......,,. 1 1 Hasza, llflalvina-120 VVest River St. ......... I0 Haun, Cora--137 Huron St. ..1.....,........,....... I0 Haven, Arlene-17.1.4 East Ave. ............. IO Hawthorne, Stewart-903 West Ave. .... 9 Hawthorne, VValker-903 VVest Ave. II Hayes, Lloyd-226 Harvard Ave. .,...........,.,..,..... I0 Hayes, llffarcella---4.17 Fourteenth St. ..,.. ,........ 1 1 Hayes, Clyde-R.D. 3, Elyria ................,..... IO Hear11e, Bill-553 Ohio St. ............,... ...,.,..... 1 1 Hearne, George-507 VVest River St. .,.,...,.... .. Il One Hundred Twenty H,eath, Gerald-235 Erie St. .........,,, . Heath, HCl'bCft-235 Erie St. .......,,..... . Heath, lllyrtle-227 Chestnut St. ..,...,... . Heathcote, Harold-172 Seneca St. ....... . Hebebrand, Ralph-429 Bond St. ,..t..... ,......,... . Heidrich, Merle-326 Cambridge Ave. .........,. . Heimsath, ,lean-205 Clark St. ..................,,,....,... . Held, Dick-122 Quincy St. ..,.........,...................... . Helling, ElCZl.llOI'C1I I8 Fairlawn Ave. Helling, June-118 Fairlawn Ave. .......... . Helling, RZIIIIOII--I IS Fairlawn Ave. .............. . Helmling, John-R.D. I, Elyria ............... Henderson, Jessie-3 Colonial Apts. .,.i......,....., . Henderson, Pete-308 East Broad St. .............. . Hendricks, HOXl'ilFd-I I I3 VVest Ave. .............. . Hengesbaugh, Betty-513 Park Ave. ................. . Henry, Betty-I32 E. Bridge St. ....,.......,...... ....... . Heritage, N0flI18ll137C3 Columbus St. ...,,...... . Herold, joe-747 VVest River St. .,,.,...,............ii . Herritk Norma VVest River St ' , .-447 . . ............. .. Hicks, Dorothy-306 East Ave. ................. . Higgins, Christiane-R.D. 2, Lorain ..............,... Higgins, Rlltll-511 Bond St. ............. - .......... . Highgate, Katherine-623 -East Ave. ................. . Hill, David-R.D. 2, Elyria .......................... Hill, Rilfl-509175 East River St. ........ . Hill, Roberta-R.D. 3, Elyria ,,.,,,,... Hills, Leslie-312 Clark St, ,,,,,,.,,,........,. . Hills, Raymond-312 Clark St. ................ . Hinderer, Lucille-226 Boston Ave. ..,,.,........... . Hines, JZIIIC-I I6 VVurst Ct. ....................... . Hines, Josephine-R.D. 3, Elyria ..........,. Hines, Richard-R.D. 3, Elyria .,............................ Hingesbaugh, Betty-4.25 VVest Ave. .............. . Hjerpe, Mildred-250 Eighth St. .......... . Hoag, Velma-128 YVinckles St. ........ . Hobill, lllaryan-426 Oxford Ave, ,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, , Hockaden, Bill-243 Thirteenth St. ........ .....,.. . Hodierne, Jeanne-4 Colonial Apts. ......... .,..... . Hoffman, B0b12O6 E. Bridge St. .......... . Hofmann, Philip-II5 Charles Ct. ,................... . Hofmann, John F.--115 Charles Ct, ,,,,,,,..,,,,4,,, , Hogan, Chester--R.D. 3, Elyria ,.,,........,. Hogan, Grace-R.D. 3, Elyria ..,............ Hogue, ljlfli-130 East Bridge St, ,,,,.,,,,.r,,.,,,,.. . lloke, Patty--316 Stanford Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.. , Holloway, Ol7llCli3-4IQ Sixteenth St, .,,,,,,,,,. . Holmes, lxlflflilll-3l..l, Eighth St. ...,,........ . Holtz, ICVIIESI--I I6 lleverly Ct. .....,.......... . Holtz, lhIZll'gllCl'ltCil I6 Beverly Ct. .......... .,,... . Homoki, Bill-608 VV. Third St, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, , llomoki, Rose-608 VV. Third St. ....................... . Hoover, Alice A1116-35Q Gulf Rd. .................... . 9 9 9 IO VV. 1 1 I I 1 1 VV. IO 1 1 I2 IO IO IO 9 IO 9 II IO 9 I2 IO IO II IO IO II IO 9 II II 9 W. 9 IO 9 9 II II VV. 9 II IO VV. IO W. 1 1 II 9 VV. IO 1 1 Hopewell, HlllltCI'-323 Seventeenth St. ......,.. II Hopewell, Preston Thomas-1736 Middle Ave. .......................,...,,,,,,..,,.,.,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,, , Hopewell, Quintella-323 Seventeenth St. Um ll lll1t1I'l'1l I zc emyonzf 9 IO 'Hopkins, Dick-R.D. 2, Elyria .......... ......... I I Horace, Harold-I Frank Ct. ............. ...... . . I0 Horace, XYlVl2l.ll-I FI'aIIk Ct. .........,........... ......... I O Hornyak, llargaret-RD. 3, Elyria .... ............. I 0 House, Sara P.-1 101 VVest Ave. ...... ............ W . Howard, John-R.D. 2, Fuller Rd. ....... ......... Q Howenstine, Roberta-816 Park Ave. ............... I I Howk, -lean-309 Blaine St. ..................,,.... ......... I O Hoy, Robert-7 Frank Ct. ...................... ......... 9 Hrivnak, Helen-365 Bond St. ...........,,... ......... I 2 Huebner, Barbara-R.D. 2, Elyria ..................... 9 Hoffman, Dave-145 Stanford Ave. .... ......... I O Hull, Helen Louise-317 Oxford Ave. ............ Q Hull, Shirley-404 Oberlin Rd. .............................. IO Hulse, Kenneth--715 East River St. ......,. ......... I I Humphrey, Bill-I05 VVest Bridge St. ,..,........ Il Humphrey, Hlary-130 Fourth St. .,,,... ..... 9 Hunter, llflarian-818 VVoodland Ave. ............ IO Hurd, Claire-111 Highland Ct. .....,........... ......... 9 Hurlbut, ,lim-R.D. 2, Elyria ........................,..,,.... 9 Huston, Howard-Butternut Ridge, R.D. 2 II Hutchinson, -lVI8I'i3.Il--229 Third St. .............,.... IO Hutchinson, TOIII-229 Third St. ...............,,....... 9 Hutchison, Nlargaret-226 Bath St. .................. 9 Hutt, Affhlll'-218 Ninth St. ................ ............ Y V. Hysell, Bob-II5 Floral Ct. ....,......... ......... I I Hysell, DiCk-115 Floral Ct. ........... ......... I O .. 1 - Ickes, Bill-603 Lodi St. ..........,,,.......................... 1 ..... II lckes, Tom-218 Cleveland St. .............................. IO Ingram, Eva lllary-South Prospect St. .,..,,,,. 9 Ingram, lllargaret-South Prospect St. ......... VV. Ingwer, D0l1ald-216 Clark St. ...,....................... VV. Irion, Paul-423 Third St. ........................... ......... I O lves, Doris IOIIC-318 Sumner St. ....,,.... .... 9 Ives, Lewis-318 Sumner St. .....,.......... ......... I I Ives, lbfI2ll'l2lIl--3l8 Sumner St. ......,. ......... I O .- J -. Jackson, jean--803 VVest River St. ............ .... I O Jackson, Ruth E.-R.D. 3, Ford Rd. .........,...,.... II -lackson, Tedford VVilliam-I36 VVest St. ..... , IO Jacobs, .l0l1ll1I I8 VVoodford Ave. .....,.................. IO jalowiec, Helen--152 VVarren Ave. ............ .... I O jalowiec, R0lIl2llliI52 VVarren Ave. 0 james, .lCZ1lliI I5 Cornell Ave. ..........,.... ......... I O Janas, Frank-1326 VVest River St. ..................... I I ilaycox, Alice N136--122 Chestnut St. ............... IO jenkins, Dorothy--212 Fourth St. .........,, ........... I I jenkins, Ida-I II Hazel St. ........................ .... I J jenkins, Julia Lee-AI I 1 Hazel St. ......... ...,..... I I jenne, Grace-409 Adams St. ................ ......... I o Jensen, Harold-602 East Ave. ....,,,,.,., ....... Y V. xlensen, Patricia-5.1. Samuel St. .............................. IO Johns, Edwin-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. ...........,...... II johnson, Beverly-136 Longfellow St. ............ 9 johnson, Robert-R.D. 3, Gulf Rd. ...,.............. IO Johnson, Dorothy--704 VVest Ave. ,, llohnson, Fred-349 Seventeenth St. .. Johnson, Gladys-421 Adams St. .....,. . Johnston, Darrell-Stop 3, Lake Ave. .. ,.... lohnston, Helen+230 Hamilton Ave. .. ..... lohnston. Lillian-406 West Ave. ......,,,. ,......... N V. jones, Claudia-1861 Nliddle Ave. .. jones, GCOTgiIl3-IOI7 Lake Ave. ,.,, , jones, Howard-213 Lodi St. .,,,........ ........ I 0 jones, Iris-418 VVest Ave. .........,., ,.,........ ....,...,.. Y V . Jones, Nlary B.-400 Louisiana Ave jones, Ruth-R.F.D. 2, Linwood St. loviak, Fl'al1lC--424 Kenyon Ave. ...,... . lov, Edith-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. .....,, . lloy. Faith, R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. ......,.,.. ...,,,. , Joy, Florence-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. , ,,.,, Alustavick, Dick-479 Eighth St. W.- ..., . ,...,,.. Justen, Eugene K.-223 Roosevelt Ave. ..,,....... . -- K .. Kaiser, B0b-263 Harwood St. .,....... ....... . Kaiser. ,lack-263 Harwood St. ........ . Kaiser, lllary-430 Lodi St. .,,...........,...,. ....... . Kaiser, Thelma--3 Frank Ct. ...,,....,,,...,..,,,,.,.,....,.,.. . Kalmar, Helen-149 Woodford Ave. ,.......,,.... . Kaminski, Hattie--626 VV. Fifteenth St. .,... . Kanio, AIll1+428 VV. Fifteenth St. .......,.....,,,.,.. . Kanio, Charles-428 VV. Fifteenth St. ..,........ . Kapcar, Agnes-129 Elbe St. .........,.,......,......,......... . Kaplan, lVll!'iHIl'l13OI Lodi St. ......... ..,.., , Kara, Albert-R.D. 3, Elyria .........,.,..,..................... Karbowniczek, Stanley-327 Eighteenth St. Karnes, Leona-7II Poplar St. ......,..,........ ,...,..... . Karp, Robert-339 Furnace St. ............................. . Katrincak, Betty-142 VVoodford Ave. Kavula, Anna-R.D. I, La Grange ....... Keating, DOH--187 Beebe Ct. ............,....., ,...,.. . Keisler, William-515 E. Broad St. ,,,,,,.............. . Kelly, Edith MHC-613 E. Broad St. ..... Kelly, Jack-500 Park Ave. ..,.,.,,..........,,,,,,. ..,.,,, . Kent, ATIl0ld-234 Boston Ave. .. Kent, LElVVI'CI1CC-234 Boston Ave Kershaw, lllary-115 Brooklyn St. ,..... . Kershaw, Richard-250 Second St. ...... . Kiehm, Helen-215 E. Hts. Blvd. King, Don--140 Longfellow Ave. Kinney, Lloyd-215 Harwood St. Kintner, Donald-820 Park Ave. Kirsh, Ann-544 Vulcan St. .........,,........,.......,.......... . Klinect, Eugene-180 Longfellow Ave. ........ . Klyop, .Alill-200 E. Fifteenth St. .,,,,.... ,.,,,...,. . Klyop, ElC3Il0I'--520 W. Fifteenth St. ......,..,, . Klyop, Martha-200 E. Fifteenth St. ..,.......,... . Knechtges, Patricia-100 Denison Ave. Knechtges, Th0Ill3S-IOO Denison Ave. Knepper, 'Tl'lLlI'l0VV-436 Jefferson St. .. Knerien, Keith-241 Temple Ct. ,...,,,,.... . FAM- N. 4!'...-N , Krupka, Floyd-368 S. lllaple St. ............. . Knowles, Jack-258 E. Sixteenth St. ....... , Koepp, Maxiile-328 Ninth St. .............. Kolbe, N0FlTl31322 Lake Ave. ,.,,......,,.... . Koller, Martha-221 Cleveland St. ..,......,.,..,..... . Kolopos, Nick-340 Foster Ave. ...... Koplin, Harry'-825 VVest Ave. ,..,..... Koplin, Nancy-825 VVest Ave. .....,..,..... Korzan, Delphine-1703 VVest Ave. ,. Kosa, Frank-415 Foster Ave. .,..,....... ......... . Koske, Eugen-335 Lodi St. ..........,,... ..,...... . Kostyo, HClCIl-I42 lrondale St. ................ . Kostyo, Bill-603 VV. Fifteenth St. .,.... . Kozel, Frances--633 VVest St. ..............................,. . Kozmits, Kornelia--229 Beech St. ............... Krapp, Margaret Anne--No. I Nichols Blk., Broad St. .............................,....................... . Krebs, P3.lll1l26 Harword St. ,.,,,.,....... .... . Kreps, Mary-IO Smith Ct. .................. ......... . Kreutfeld, Betty-251 Third St. ......... . Kristof, Billy-R.D. 1, Grafton ........... ..,...,.... Kristoff, John-885 VVest River St. .................... . Kristoff, Stanley-885 VVest River St. .......,...... . Krugman, Helen-213 Nlarseilles Ave. .,......... . Krupelak, J0l'll1-71 I Foster Ave. ...........,,.,........... . Krupka, Floyd-R.D. 2, La Grange Rd. Kuchavek, Edward-444Eighth St. .................... . Kufner, M3fgllCTifC-ZOQ Blaine St. .,..,,....,.,..., . Kushinski, Helen-4.25 VV. Fourteenth St. Kusinski, HClCl1-420 Kenyon Ave. .......,..,......... . Kunitz, Richard-125 N. Maple St Kuss, GOTd0ll-218 E. Hts. Blvd. ....... . -L- Lahiff, William--81255 VVest Ave. .,... .......... . Laker, John-529 Elm St. ...........,........ . Laker, Theresa-529 Elm St. ........... . Lanaghan, Burton-R.D. 3, Elyria ..... ........... Lapos, Louis-341 VVest River St. ........ .,......., . Lash, VVilliam-252 Second St. ............,,......,.....,.. . Lathwell, Rhodesa--307 Seventh St. .......,.. . Lauck, Lilll3.l1-242 Harvard Ave. , ................... . Lauer, Russell-R.D. 2, Elyria ......,......,,,........,..... Launsborough, Ada B.--322 Prospect St. ......,, . Law, Louise-Stop 6, Lake Ave. ........................,. , Leamon, -IZITICS--590 VVest Broad St. ............., . Leber, Jack-827 East Ave. ..........,................ . Ledyard, Dorothy-128 Quincy St. .................... . Ledyard, AILIHIBIH-I28 Quincy St. ....................... . Lee, Cleo Margaret-331 Twelfthth St. Lee, MOIIH-132 Harwood St. .................... Lee, Vivian-209 George St. .......................... ........ . Leedale, William-1314 Middle Ave. .. ........ Lehman, Evelyn-R.D. I, Abbey Rd. .............. . Leifer, Philip-1110 East Ave. ......,.......,........... . Lengel, Elsie-251 Vvest AVC. ................. ...... . Leonard, Doris-R.D. 2, Elyria ......... .....------ -A 9 9 IO ll IO II 9 ii 9 II IO II io II ii I2 9 io 9 io io 9 9 II 9 II 9 VV. io VV. 9 ii 9 9 9 IO 9 VV. IO 9 Il II 9 9 9 9 II I0 IO I0 IO II II II f i 75 Q One Hundred aplbiducvc' ' Ttrentytu 0 C. - K., Q ,g t jx ' QA X Leonowich, joseph-R.D. 2, Elyria ..................... 9 lllacliinzie, -llfflll-54.0 East Broad St. .. ,,Y,., .. Q Leppien, HCTIIIRII-3I0 South lllaple St. ......A,. 9 Kladdox, AIOYCCZIZIO Lake Ave. ,.........,..,...,... ..... I 0 Leppien, Violet-310 South lVIaple St. .,,,,....... VV. lllahl, Eileen-4.37 E. Broad St. ...,...,,,.,..... . I0 Lersch, Lois-231 Columbus St. .........,.,... ......, ll Iaiher, Frank--R.D. 2, Nliddle Ave. Q Lerscher, Lois- 2 Laura Ct. ..................., ....... ll Iaiher, Matthew-R.D. 2, Middle Ave. VV. Lewis, Jeannette-R.D. 3, Elyria ,........,.. ....... IN flfalanowski, LCOIIZI-4.28 Twelfth St. .. I0 Lewis, Loretta lvfae--R.D. 3, Elyria .............,,,.. llflalick, Rose-164 VVoodbury St. ........,....... II Limpach, Virgil-IGI Courtland St. ...........,,,,,,. llalik, .l0l'll1--I I4 Iroudale St. ...,,,...,..........,., . Q Lindberg, lb'IZlI'l0ll-I-201 llfliddle Ave. ,,,,, ,.,... IN lalilc, AlCX-II4 Irondale St. .....,,....,....,,............ VV. Linden, Bernard-R.D, 3, Elyria ,....,,,.... ..,,.., fl lalilc, St2lIllCY--154. VVoodford Ave. ............... VV. Linden, Edward-Abbey Rd., R.D. I ..,............ Mallory, Bob-520 Middle Ave. ........ . I2 Linden, YVilliam--R.D. 3, Elvria ............ ...,,.. ll Ialtefefv .lolm-'I58 Bell Ave- ---b--------- ------------ X V- Lingenfelter, Carl-154 Oak St. .......... ,...... 1 Iarkel, Robert-911 Nliddle Ave. ,, , II Lousway, Bob-239 Erie St. .........,.,.. ....... 1 Iarsh, Arthur--R.D. 3 ...............,............. , IO Lord, Bill-210 North Olive St. .,....,.., .,.,,,. ll Iarsh, Donald-337 Stanford Ave. .... . 9 Lother, Elly-Grafton .........,,,,,,,,..............................,,.. llarsico, LllClllC-320 E. River St. .ii,... , o Lottmann. Arlene-East River Road r,,,.,..,..,r..... lllarsico, Tony--320 E. River St. .......... . II Lounsborough, Ada Belle--322 Prospect St. lllartin, Claude-26.1, Spruce St. ........ . IO Louusborough, AlN'lll-322 Prospect St. ...... lllartiu, Philip-316 Tenth St. i.......... . 9 Lowery, Bernard-327 Columbus St. .,,,,,...,,,,,, llartill, XYlVl2lIlYI35 Fourth St. ........ ....,,... I 0 Lowery, joseph-327 Columbus St, ,,,,,, ,,,,,.. ll Iaslyk, Julian-150 Bath St. ...,.....,,, . II Ludwig, Lloyd-235 Hamilton Ave. ...... . ..... RIHSOII, Beulah-401 Lodi St. ......... . IO Lunt, Bill-356 Denison Ave, ,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. illason, lN'Iary .lean-R.D. 2 ...,,,....,.....,... . 9 Lunt, Lois 162111116-356 Denison Ave. ..,......... 112800, VVarren-401 Lodi St. ........... . IO Lute, Mary-230 Gates Ave, ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ll Iason, xVllf0Td'-II4 Floral Ct, ,..,,,.. ,....... . 9 Lutz, Ruth C0llCll-315 Sixteenth St. ,,,,,,...... Zllattl, Donald-912 VV21lmlt St. ..,..... . I0 Lutz, Una Nlae-315 Sixteenth Sf, ,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,, lxlilthews, Silas-I4.08 Ave. ...... ....... 1 2 Lyon, Joanne-303 Furnace St. .........,,,, .,..... il Iiltyas, Helen-367 Vulcan St. ,.......... ,,,.,.... I O Lysaght, ,lack-154 Harvard Ave. . .....,, AI2lYll?ll'd, Paul-324 Fifth St. .......,. ..... . II lllecera, Vlasta-Lake Ave, ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, VV, -- Mc- llleckley, Dick-219 Cornell Ave. .,.....,., , 9 Mr-Andreas, Robella-196 Bath St, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,., llleeeha, Elmer-122 Northrup St. ,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,, I o lN'IcAvena, Dorothy-874 YVest River St. .,.,,, Nleeker, lllike-210 VV. River St. ..,..,.... . 9 IX'IcCaiu, xVilI112liI48 Abbe Road ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lileiuke, Ruth--III Hamilton St. ,......,,,,,......,,,,,, IO McCarty, Alice-R.D. 3 ,,,.,i,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.......,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, Meiuke, VVHYIIC-237 Howe St. ..........................,... 9 ll'lcCaulley, jennayevonue-lllurray Ridge, bleredith, Hubert-134 E. Hts. Blvd. ....,.......... 9 R.D, 3 ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,.,,,,.,.,..,,,i,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,., Meredith, Xylfgllllil-516 Middle Ave. ......,...,,,,, 9 lylcllaniels, l':l'll1U.1I IS Bath St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,.,, IN Iefgafd. Clara-236 Second St. ,....... ,,,,,,... I I lx'IClJCl'Ill0tf, R0l'JCI'f-I46 Clll'lt0ll Ave, .,,,,,...,,. lbleftzy D0y111g1 hlgaly-RDD. 3 ,,,,,,,.,--- --------- I 0 lN'IcUouald, Hannah .ICZIIIZSI I East Ave. ,,,,,i Riel-ez, Vil-ginia..918 East Ave. ,,-,-.,..,. ,,,,,,.,, I I lNlclClfresh, lllary -ICQIII--IO3 E. Hts. Blvd. lkleschke, Floyd-208 Longford Ave. . ll lx'ICG00gZll1, AlbClAI-362 FllI'll2lCC St. .................. lllcssarog, Emma-118 Blake St, --.,.----,,,, ' I0 llflcfiregor, Helen--513 East River St. .......,..,. lllessaros, lbIZlI'lZlIl1l 18 Blake St. ..,....... ..,...... 1 0 ililcfiregor, -lzunes-513 East River St. ........,... lllcyer, Harriett-409 Park Ave. ....,... . I1 lllcfiuire, -lack-400 Kenyon Ave, ,,,,,i.,.,.,., llleyer, Rita-409 Park Ave. ..............,.. ......... 1 o lllcliee, Dorothy-132 Lake Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, llflifldock, Rlllfll-4.12 Bond St. ,,,,,,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, VV, lYIcKenzie, lblargaret-146 Ngrthfup St, .-,-,. lxlichalslii, Helen-416 Fifteenth St. ,........ I0 Mcliitrick, ciI'2lCC-316 Prospect St. ,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,.,. Nlichall, Lydia-343 VViuckles St. ........,. , IO Mcliitrick, HOXl'Hfd-316 Prospect St. ,........,,. Mil1il0H, lU11l'y-R.D. 2 .......................,...., ...... 1 0 McLaughlin, Bernie-1 I5 Fairlawu Ave. ....,, Miko, Alex-217 W, River St, nnnnnnnn uhvhllh --QU W I lN'IeLaughlin, Xflfgllllilil I5 Fairlawn Ave. llliko, Helen-217 W. River St. IO MCVCV. TOIN-229 VVest Bridge St. ,,,,..........,... Miko, xvllllfllll-217 W, River St, ,,,,,,...,,,,,, , 9 McNVilliau1s, BI'llCC-I2-I. Harrison St. ............ Miller, Arthur-P,O, BOX 148, Qyakyvood - M - ' Ave. ............................................................................... II A Miller, David-174 Erie St, ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,, 1 1 lllacllonald, Robert-310 Fifth St. .........,.,......... llliller, Harold-East Carlisle ...,.,... , 9 ll'IacDonald, Ruth Elllill--310 Fifth St. ,... llliller, jesse--133 Clark St. ..,....... . IO One lluzulrvzl .1 zwntytllree ' '3 Y? - fx , o' hy llliller, llildred-R.D. 2 ...............,,........... Miller, Ruby-R.D. 3, Lake Ave. ..,,.,,,,...,.,...,,,A, , Mills, Beverly-102116 Cleveland St. .............. . Mills, Kenneth-144 Brandston Ave. .......,......... . llills, MCg3I1-144 Brandston Ave. ......... ...... . Minch, Bill-241 Harwood St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. , Mll1Ch, B0b-124 Cornell Ave. ,4............,......,....... . llinch, GCllCVlCVC-315 Fairlawn Ave. Nlinch, Roy-241 Harwood St. ,.................. .......... . Klinnich, Dick-417 Twelfth St. ............... ....... I I Minnich, Frank-417 Twelfth St. ...... . llinze, Pillll--80-82 Broad St. ......... ,.,.,..,. . .. Nlischka, Kathryn-232 Harrison St. ......,......, . llitchell, Betsy Lou-315 Ninth St, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Nlitchell, Betty Mae-Elyria Ave. ,,,,,,,.,,,, .,i,,. , lllitchell, 13111651522 Twelfth St. .......... . llitchell, Josephine-522 Twelfth St. llfllttler, Geza-574 Turner St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,, , ltgolosky, Dorothy-1401 East Ave. ....... . Monroe, Jack-239 Cornell Ave, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, . llontagnese, JHIDCS-315 Eighteenth St. ..,..,.. . 'Wontagnese Tony 1 Ei hteenth St ' ' v M3 5 g ' ------' -- lloon, Glenn,-R.D. I, Abbe Rd. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,r., A Moon, Marilyn-148 Denison Ave. .,,,.,..., ,,,,...,, , ltloore, VVilliam-111 Mechanic St. .... . Nlorse, Peggy-916 Park Ave. ,..........,....,,... ...... . llosley, JCRIIFIC-157 Clark St. ,.,,,,...,.,,,, , llloss, Betty-316119 Sixth Sf, A,A,,,44,,,,, , lloss, lllargaret-31616 Sixth St, ,,,,,, , lklottola, Frank-120 Chase St. ....... . lllottola, VVisson-120 Chase St. ......... . Kludge, Clarince-124 Lewis Ct. ......... . llludge, Marjorie-124 Lewis Ct, ,i,,,,44,,,.,44,,,,.,,, , Murawski, Harry-313 S. Maple St. ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,, io Murbach, J0l'lll-I29 Branchton Ave, ,,,,,,.,,,,,.,, II lilurray, Gordon-313 High St, ,,,,,i,,,,,,...,,,,,.444,,, VV, Myers, Carrol-514 Bond St. ................,. . lvlyers, NOYIUHI!-325 Kenyon Ave. lllyers, VVanda-342 E. River St. ...... . -N.. N agorka, Roman-227 Abby Rd. ........ - Nagy, Alex-541 Irondale Ave. ....... . Nagy, Al0llI'l-443 W. River St. Nau, Dorothy-503 Dewey Ave. ....,... . Neill, Nancy-I I3 Princeton Ave. ........ -. Nesbitt, Betty ATPIIIC-I24 Lewis Ct. .... W Neufield, Betty-834 East Ave. ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Nevins, John-323 North St. ...,.............. . Nevins, Phoebe-323 North St, .,...,..,,,,,,,...i..i,,,. Nicholas, BCTIHCC-214 Princeton Ave. Nicholas, Les-214 Princeton Ave. ..,.,, . Nichols, Doris-1815 East Ave. .......,.... . Nichols, Harris-424 Middle Ave. Nichols, JOYCE-538 Lodi St. ,.,,,,...,,,,...., , Nickoli, Alyce-119 Erie St. ,..,,,..,,,,,i,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , N iegowski, N ettie-1810 West Ave. ...... ...... . 1' ' gy. '- if . L- X an , ., 1 4, Q i ft! cf A . N-.. Niegowski, Walter-1213 Bond St. ........,.... . Niegowski, Zygmund-1810 West Ave. .... . Noga, Frank-124 VVaverly St. .........,,,.... ...... . Noonan, Claire--334 Tenth St. ......,,.........,.... ., Norris, Lester-R.D. I ............................................. Norsworthy, Donna Mae--212 Seventh St Norsworthy, JOHN-426 Lorain Blvd. .......... , Notley, Dorothy--228 Gates Ave. ................. . Notley, H3ffj'L228 Gates Ave. .......,... .. Notley, Janet-228 Gates Ave. ......... Novak, Chuck-409 Oxford St. .........,. -0- Oates, lylaynard-165 VVarren Ave. .... Obringer, Bob-1.15 Clark St. .............. ...... . Ody, Cecil-716 Foster Ave. , .... ..,.. . . Oldfield, Bob-439 Kenyon Ave. ............, .. Olmstead, Hazel-535 Second St. .......,........ . O'lVIalley, Charles-211 Princeton Ave. .. Opdyke, Fern-346 Bonair Ave. .....,............. . Opper, L0iS-1024 VVest Ave. ................... .. Opper, M3fg3fCt-IO24 VVest Ave. .. Orea, Charles--327 Lake Ave. ...............,......... . Oriti, Edna lVIae-244 Columbus St. ........... . Orosz, Gf3CC134I Bi' VVest River St. .. Orvis, Betty jane--208 Lodi St. .,........,...... . Ostrov, Dan 308 E. Hts. Blvd. ..,...,,........... .. Ostrov, Ruth-308 E. Hts. Blvd. ...,....-...... Oswald, lklildred-I I3 Lexington Ave. .... . Otto, Elvira-425 Adam St. ......................... .. Otto, Marian-156 E. Hts. Blvd. ...,..,,. . Overdeer, Verne-631 Nliddle Ave. -P- Pachuta, EYIICSI-IIQ Floral Ct. ....... .. Paeth, Miriaiii-I Il Denison Ave. .... . Page, Albert-R.D. 3, Elyria ..... ................ . .. Page, Lester-108 blound St. .......................... . Paliska, Victor-231 VVoodford Ave. ....... . Pallardy, El2lll1C1IIO Denison Ave. ,... .. Palmer, joe-516 Bond St. ....,............. ............... . Paonessa, Antoinette-1617 VVest Ave. .... . Parke, xvllma-349 Second St. ........,..,............. . Parker, Mary Lou-R.D. 3, Elyria ...,.....,.... Pathay, Stephen-208 West River St. ..,.... . Patterson, Hartley--1009 East River St. .. Patton, Katherine-331 Third St. .. ......,..., Pawinski, Joseph-1806 Middle Ave. ..... . Pawlikowski, Frank-124 Garvin Ave. .... . Pawlikowski, William-124 Garvin Ave. Pearson, Jack-353 Oxford Ave. ....,,...--..----A-- - Pelton, Doris--232 Harwood St. ......... . Penora, Mary-150 School St. .............. Perkoski, Josephine-223 Erie St. ............. Perry, B0l7-I24 Longfellow Ave. .............,... . Persensky, Eugene-3 5 5 Eleventh St. ........... . Peskuran, Rudy-216 VVest River St. ........ . One llumlred Twenty our Peterman, Pete-1 I2 Fourth St. ,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,, , Peters, Dorothy-142 Fourth St. ,,,..,,,.,,,, ,,.,,., , Peter, Patricia-Stop 8, Lake Ave. .....,.............. . Peters, Ruth 16811--I64 Hamilton St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Petrus, Alex-112 Blake St, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, o,.,,,..,A , Pfaff, Neva-210 Cleveland St, ,,.4,..,,A,,,l4.V,M,,,,,, , Pfundt, Catherine-250 Brooks Apt., Second St. .....,...,......,,.,,........,,..,,....,....,...,,,,,.,...,,,,,,..,,,., . Phelps, Lois-511 Cleveland St. ..,,,,..,.,.................. . Phelps, Robert George-Stop 5, Lake Ave. Phillips, Christine-307 West Ave. .........,,,,,,,,,,, , Pileski, Sophia-113 VVest St. .........,.s....... ,....,.. . Redington, TOHI-284 VVashington Ave. ......... 9 Reese, Robert-112 Water St. ................................. I0 Reese, Helen-112 Water St. ........... , ................... - II Refenning, Jack-231 Stanford Ave. .. ,.,... . I I Reichard, GCHC-351 Cornell Ave. ...... .......... I O Reid, Th0Il13S-324 Ninth St. ,,...,....,..,................... II Reinhardt, ,Tack-144 VVest Bridge St. .,,,........ 9 Reinhardt, .lim-136 West Bridge St. ............... 9 Reising, Grace-R.D. 2 .....,...................,.......,,... ..... Renz, Bill-342 Harvard Ave. .................. .......... I 1 Resar, Vivian-1435 East River Rd. .........,.....,,. II Resar, VVendla-308 East Broad St. ........i,........ 9 Pillivant, Cletus-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,,,,,.,..... ........ 1 O Pinter, Victor-565 Irondale Ct. ........ ....,... 9 Pinter, VVillia1n-565 Irondale Ct. .........,..,,,,., XV. Pitcock, hlarjorie--R.D. 3, Elyria ..,,... ...,.... I O Pixley, Vilnia-44.5 East Broad St. II Plas, Joe-1043 East River St, ...,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 9 Plas,-lustin-1043 East River St. ......., ........ I O Revercomb, D011-618 Cambridge Extension 9 Revercomb, Phyllis-618 Cambridge Extension 9 Reynolds, Betty-955 Cleveland St. Plas, lhI?l1'lC--I3O Marseilles Ave, ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, VV, Pogan, George-1322 VVest River St. .,........,.., . Pointer, ROY-210 Cornell Ave. ....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,. . Polacsek, John-602 Fifteenth St. ..................,,,,, , Polacsek, Mary Ethel-602 Fifteenth St. ..... . Poland, BFLICC-417 E. Broad St. .......................... . Poland, Magdalain-417 E. Broad St. ....... -... Polgar, Paul-337 VVest River St, ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Polimene, Angela-333 Eighteenth St. .,,...,,,,,,.,, , Pollock, Stephen-154 Woodford Ave. ,........ W. Pondy, Julius-225 VVest River St. ....... ........ . Post, Ray-445 VVest Tenth St. ............ ....... . Powell, Bill-331 Eleventh St. ,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,...,,,,.,,,,,, , Powell, Dorothy R436-514 Second St. ........... . Powell, Geraldine-203 Bath St. ,,,,,.,,,,..,..,,,,,,,, , Powell, JHIHCS-514 Second St. ................ ....... . llrindle, Lois Marie-R.D. 3, Elyria .........,,.,..... Pronesti, Angela-1826 NVest Ave. ,,..,,, ,,,,,,,, , PFOVCIIZH, Frank-176 Erie St. ...........,......,......,... . Prunner, Theodore-21 Chestnut St. ...,.......,.,... . Pyecroft, Everett-130 Clark St. ,..........,. ....... . -R- Racz, Clara-354 VVest River St. ...,..,,,, Rader, Robert-R.D. 1, Grafton ,,,,,.,, Rheam, Dolores-121 Water St. ............ ............ I I Rhoads, NOFIHZ.--107 Mound St. ............ ....,.,,,. I O Rhodes, Calvin-903 Park Ave. ............... ..... 9 Rhodes, Corinne-336 Seventh St. ......... ..... 1 I Rhodes, xvllda-712 Sherman St. ............ .......... I O Rhone, Keith-R.D. 3, Elyria ,........,,..... .......... I 0 Rice, Mary Jayne-R.D. 3 ........................ . ........ VV. Richards, Aaron-West River Rd. ......... .....,.... I O Richards, Nancy-R.D. 1, Oberlin .,,,...,. .......... I I Richards, Paul-246 Harrison St. ......... .......... I 2 Richwine, June-I44 Denison Ave. ......... ........... I 1 Rigo, Geraldine-323 Harvard Ave. .................. IO Ristas, AHgClll1C-1614 Middle Ave. .,.,.... ..... 9 Ristas, Cristo-1614 Middle Ave. ...... ..... 9 Ristas, -IHITICS-1614 Middle Ave. .,....... .......... 1 0 Ristas, John-1614 Middle Ave. ....... .......... I O Robbins, Helen-233 Fourth St. ........................... VV. Robertson, Peter-139 Stanford Ave. ............... IO Robinson, VVarren Lester-269 Spruce St. IO Robson, Edwin-R.D. 1, Grafton .,,.,.................., II Robson, Elizabeth--R.D. I, Grafton .................. 9 Robson, Richard-227 Denison Ave. .................. III Robson, Ted-1389 East Ave. ...,............................. II Rockafellow, Evelyn-317 Harvard Ave. ...... II Rockafellow, Vivian-317 Harvard Ave. ......... 9 Rodger, Dorothy-153 Riverside Ct. .........,........ II Rodgers, Dorothy Mae-332 Kenyon Ave. II Roesemann, Richard-416 Ni11th St. ,................. II Rogers, Norma JCZHIIC-242 Kenyon Ct. ...,..... IO Rahrig, Oliva-Abbe Rd. ,,,,,,.....,,.,...... .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 Rainey, Art-356 Fourth St. .....................,.............. I2 Rainey, Kathleen lklargaret-236 Second St. VV. Ramser, Galen EllgCllC1446 VVest River St. IO Ramser, Dorothy-131 Clinton Ave. .,,,.,,,,,,,,,, VV. Ranker, Bafbafa-1207 East Ave. ,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 Rankin, C. xrVCSlCy-369 East Bridge St. ......... 9 Rawson, Janet-322 Sixth St. ....,............................ II Ray, Giles--427 Kenyon Ave. .........,,,,, IO Read, lilargaret-R.D, 2, Elyria ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,, 9 Reddinger, Ed-166 Courtland St, ,,.,,,, .,...... 1 o Reding, Robert-236 Seventh St. ,,.,,,.. ,,,,,,,,, 1 o Redington, .lean-R.D. 1, Grafton .. ,,,,..,.. I2 One llundred -75' 2 , ' 1, Tu'entyfw ' i Roger s, Patsy-242 Kenyon Ct. ....... . Rohrdanz, Bill-84 VVilliams St. ..,, , Roig, Betty-252 Second St. .........,,,.... . Roling, K3thCfiDC-I44 Clark St. .. Rone, Root Helen-121 Waverly St. ....... . Darrel-251 Winckles St. .... . Y Rose, Florence-320 Sumner St. .....,. 9 to II IO Ross, Carmella-309 Eighteenth St. .................. I0 Ross, C3thCfiHC-309 Eighteenth St. .................. 9 Ross, Phyllis-Stop 80, Oberlin Rd. ...........,...... IO Roth, MathCW-156 Clark St. ................. ...,....... I O Rotunda, Frances-240 Fifth St. .... . Rowe, Betty-406 Columbus St. .... . XS Rowley, Frank-128 Garvin Ave Rowley, Russell-R.D. 2, Elyria Rucker, Vivian-332 Sixteenth St. ,...... ,,,,, , Rumph, Irene-313 East Ave. .......,,. ,....... . Ryan, Clyde-320 Blaine St. .......,.........., .....,,,..,. 1 1 Ryan, Virginia-337 West St. .,,,,,AA,.,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 9 Ryan, IVilliam M.-1212 Lake Ave, ,,4.,, ,,,,,. 1 1 Rybarcyk, IFCIIC-201 East River St. ........... ...... 1 1 -5- SalJ0, Joe-224. VVest River St, A,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,, ,,.,,,4,44A 1 0 Sabol, William-294 Sixteenth St. ........................ II Sadowski, CHSIIIICFL234 Prospeet Sr, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,. VV, Sadowski, StCVC-134 Oak St. .....,...,,......,...444444,,.,,4 XV, Sandrock, Geraldine-352 East Bridge St. ..i,.. 1 1 Sands, Ida JC2lII'2SO Sixth St. .....,........................ 9 Sankcr, Alice Ji.-123 West Bridge St. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, IO Sanm, -IHIIICS-356 Cambridge Ave. ..,,..............,.. IO Sayers, Carlton-Lake Ave., Stop I3 ..,,..,........... II Sayers, Dorothy jean-Lake Ave., Stop I3 IO Schaefer, Myra-313 Oxford Ave, ,,,,,,,,..,,-,-,,,,..,,. 9 Scheibel, Dorothy-248 Spruce St, .,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 11 Schenfield, Mary Louise-358 E. Bridge St, ll Schieferstein, Henry-R.D. 1, E. Broad St. 9 Schmidkons, Ruth-R.D. 3, Adelbert St. ......... 9 Schmidt, EllgClIC+3II Cleveland St, ,.1111,..1,,,,,,,, II Schmidt, Mable-R.D. I, Oberlin ...........11...,....... IO Schmitkons, Wanda-215 Cleveland St. .,,...,.. 9 Schnuerer, Elizabeth-251 Marseilles Ave. Schra1111n Burnell RD 2 El ria 1 W - - y Y .................... . Schriner, Dorothy-R.D. 1, Griswold Rd. Schroeder, Betty-830 Bond St, .,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,----1-1-1 1 Schroeder, Bob-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,,,,....,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,1.., Schroeder, Charles-R.D. 2, Telegraph Rd. Schroeder, GICIIII-Q39 Walnut St. .................... . Schroeder, Melvin-929 West Ave. .......... ..... . Schroeder, Ralph-114 Kipling St, ,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,..,., , Schroeter, Rllfll-IOO8 East Ave, ,,1,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,------1, 1 Schultz, lvlarjorie-202 E. Hts. Blvd. Schumar, Robert-328 Eighteenth St. .............. . Schweda, Alvin-R.D, 3, Gulf Rd, ,,,,1,,,,, ,,,,, , Schweda, Irene-R.D. 3, Gulf Rd, .,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,, , Schweda, Marie-R.D. 3, Gulf Rd. ,,,1,,, ..,,, , Scott, David-205 Stanford Ave, ,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , Scott, KIHIIICS-I II Monroe Ct, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Scott, Queena lylae-555 Cleveland St. i.i..... . Seabold, .IJCOIIEI-447 West River St, ,,,,1,,,,,,,,, , Searight, LaVaughn-233 Third St. ................. . Sebastian,wAndy-241 West River St. Sodcrls, George-503 East Ave. ..........,i1.....,,..,,..,.. . Scdcris, Mary-503 East Ave, ,.,.,,..,,,,,,, , Seeklns, Esther-R,D, 2, Elyria ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,1,,,,,,,,.,,,, Selka, Agatha AlIIli220 Spruce St. ,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Sellers, Lowell-252 Harvard Ave. Sclrnan, Dick-208 Ohio St. .........,........,........,,,.,..,.,, . bellman, DOH-208 Ohio St. ......................,,.............. . Seres, Cornelia lVIary-108 W. River St. ..... . Seres, IFCIIC-IO8 IV. River St. ......,... . Setko, ROSE-1847 VVest Ave. ,....... . Severs, Doris-136 E. Hts. Blvd. ..,..,. . Sewell, Dale-R.D. 2, Elyria . I I I 2 Seybert, Ruth-511 Lodi St. ....,.....,......................... ll Shaffstall, Carl-142 Elbe St. ........,.1............. ..... ..... 9 Shapero, lylorris-714 IVest River St. ...,.........., IO Shapero, Ralph-714. VVest River St. ..,. ............, 1 0 Sharkey, Bob-207 Bath St. ..........,............. . Sharpe, Dorothy-136 Beverly Ct. ......... . Sharrer, Grace--433 Oxford Ave. .... . Shay, Oliver-261 Harriso11 St. .............,, , Sheldon, John-328 Cambridge Ave. Shennum, Leila-234 Fourth St. ............ . SIISIIIILIIII, Luther-234 Fourth St. ......... . Sl1erman, Arthur-912 VVest Ave. ..,, . IO Shewell, IJOIlI'I21i452 '1 enth St. ..........,................... IO Shi11dle, Evelyn-218 VVolf Ct. 1.1..,...,.,,................. 9 Sl1royer, Herbert-R.D. 2, S. Bliddle Ave. 9 Shroyer, Steve-R.D. 2, S. Middle Ave. ....,.... VV. Shryoclc, Mona-R.D. 3, Elyria .........,.,.... Shryock, Nan-126 Stanford Ave. .,.. . Shubert, Oliver-R.D. 2, Elyria ........ IO I I 9 Shultz, June-711 Poplar St. ................,................ IV. Sigel, Sara-Indian Hollow Rd. ..,................ . IO Silcora, Chester-R.D. 2, S. Middle Ave. IO Silsbee, Deborah-240 Hamilton Ave. .,............. 9 Si1nmo11s, Charles-218 North Olive St IO Simms, Don-R.D. 2, Elyria ............,.,...., .............., 1 0 Simms, Eleanor--R.D. 2, Elyria ,,,,,, Simms, Jean-R.D. 2, Elyria ..,.............. Sin1o11, JOIIII1-301 Louisiana Ave. .... . Simon, julia-130 VVoodford Ave. ,,., , Simon, Mary-130 VVoodford Ave. .. Simpson, Helen-245 Stanford Ave. II Il II io IO Simpson, James-245 Stanford Ave. ...................,. 9 Singleton, Bill-319 Seventeenth St. .,................ 9 Sinnatt, Kathleen-375 Furnace St. ..................... I0 Siville, Gerald-175 Erie St. ,.,,,.,......,... . ,.......... VV. Sklenar, -l'0l'IlIi4II Bond St. .,.,....... . Slusher, Norma-119 Oak St. Slutzker, Doyle-203 Broad St. ............... . S111ith, Alice-South Abbe Rd.. Elyria .... . Smith, Betty-R.D. 3, Elyria .....,.,,...,..,.., IO .. . I I I I IO II Smith, Betty Jean-127 Fourth St. ..................... 9 Smith, Betty Lou-615 East Ave. .............,.......... IO Smith, Christopher--416 W. Thirteenth St. IO Smith, IJHFIZZOO Fairlawn Ave. .,.,,,........,............ VV. Smith, David R.-128 Warren Ave. .........,....,... VV. Smith, Dorothy-Indian Hollow Rd. .....,..,......,.. 9 Smith, Earl-352 So11th Maple St. ...... . Smith, EdI11lIIId1IIO Franklin St. ...... . Smith, Eleanor-333 High St. ,,,,.,....,.. . Smith, Evelyn-236 Winckles St. .,..... . Smith, Frances--R.D. I, Grafton ..,,. Smith, Hope--354 Tenth St. ,............... . Smith, Hubert-219 Fifteenth St. ......... . 071 IO IO I I . ....,,. 9 I I IO e' Hundred Tiventysix Smith, Ida-416 Thirteenth St, ..4......,.,...,... ..... . Stevenson, Robert-205 Pasadena Ave. Un Smith, lrwin-lUurray Ridge, Elyria .......,....... Smith, Jack-217 Gulf Rd. .....,..........,......,.., . Smith, J0l'lll-416 Thirteenth St. ,.,....... . Smith, .TlIlIl0l'-236 VVinckles St. ....,..... . Smith, LCC-416 Thirteenth St. ..........,.. . Smith, Lillian-350 East River St. ......,.. . Smith, Lois Jean--615 East Ave. .......... . Smith, Lottie-400 Prospect Ave. t...... . Smith, PEICI'-441 Earl Ct. ..,................... . Smith, Robert-State St. ..................,.,...............,.......... . Smith, ROSCITIIIYY-2lO Harvard Ave. Smith, Rosemary-263 VVinckles St. ...t , Smith, Stanley-276 Boston Ave. ....... . Smith 1 , 'I 0111-I4.IO East Ave. ,,,,,,,...........,.,..,.,.,,,..... . Smith, Virginia-233 East Ninth St. ,,,..,........... . Smith, Vivian AIRS'--l00y2 Cleveland St Smith, W llllZllI1i4.2..1. Eighth St. ,.......,...,...........,. . Smith, Zlglllllllflifrll Fifteenth St. ...,....,,.,.,...... . Smithoske, Jeannette-2 5 5 Roosevelt Ave. ..... . Smithoske, Lottie-255 Roosevelt Ave. ...,....... . Snavely, Charles-116 Cleveland St. ,,,,,.,.......... . Sniezek, Carl-422 Fifteenth St. .......................... . Solet, lrene-La Grange .....,...t,,,.....,,,..,...,..,,,.....,,...,.... Sokolowski, Helen-166 XVoodford Ave. Soules, Helen--316 East Broad St. .................... . Souris, John RRY-7OQ East Ave. .........,.,..,.,..,,,,,., . Sparks, Arthur-222 Eighth St. ........ . Sparks, -TCHII-205 Blaine St. ,,,,,,,,.,,, , Spaulding, AlIlli2I7 East Ave. ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,., , Spaulding, Earl-213 Blaine St. ,....... . Spaulding, R0b9l'I-213 Blaine St. ......, .. Spencer, hlarian-4.55 Eighth St. .....,..... ,. Sperry, Ernest-1 I7 Courtland St. ..,,.,,,,.....,........ . Sperry, LaVere-117 Courtland St. ....,,..... . Spishok, Steve-103 Bath Sr, ,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,.,, ,, Spishok, julia-103 Bath St. ......,.,...r.. .. Sponsler, Carl -134 Homer St. ......... .. Spore, Ellen-140 Spruce St. ,,,,.,...,,,,,, ,. Sprague, Blaine-34.1 Seventh St. .,.,,..,,........ . Sprague, Marilyn-310 Furnace St. ,,,,,,.,.,, , Standen, Cl3I'CllCC-222 East Fourteenth St. Standen, Robert-222 East Fourteenth St. Stanford, Harold-260 Columbus St. ............,, . Stang, Alberta-268 Spruce St. r,..,,...,,,,,,,,, L ,,,,,,,,, , Stang, john-ltlurray Ridge ....,.......,,.,....... ........,.. Stanko, ltlatthew-R.D. 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,4 ,,,,.,,,,,,, Starchbill, BCl'll?ll'Cl-IO7 Gulf Rd, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, . Starkey, Faith-518 Middle Ave. .............., . Staskiews, joseph-1814 Middle Ave. .... . Staysniak, HHI'0lli-131 Fairlawn Ave. ., Staysniak, IFCIIC-l3I Fairlawn Ave. ,...,,. . Staysniak, LC0lI?ll'ClA-I3I Fairlawn Ave. Steele, Nlarcia--425 VVest Ave. ,,,,,,.,,,.,,, .,,,,,,,,,,.,, , Stegman, Hal-102 hlalcolm Ct, ,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,....,..,.. . Steigerwald, Virginia-206 Denison Ave. ...,, . Stevens, -IZl.l1t't-24.4 Columbus St, ,.,,,,..,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, , P llundrnl Ttvmztysewfz VV. IO Stich, Jacquelina-319 Concord Ave. ,.... .,........ W . Stich, Ray-319 Concord Ave. .........,........... ....... I O Stirzaker, Clayton-214 Cornell Ave. ............... I0 Stoffer, Betty Jane-244 Boston Ave. ,.............. II Stoffer, Dorothy-244 Boston Ave. ,........ ....... I 0 Stoll, Elsie-134 East River Rd. .......... II Stolz, Mary-313 Sixteenth St. ,.,......,,.. 9 Strader, Cl2lI'ClICC-132 Clark St. ...,... 9 Strickler, Virginia--Adelbert St. .......... IO Stringer, Art-1254 East Ave. .........,.,,.....,.. ...... . 9 Strohsoch, Ralph-R.D. 3, Elyria ,.......,,.,,...,..,....... II Swartzle, Charles--121 Longfellow St. ......... 9 Suetta, Andrew--220 VVest River St. .,,,.....,..... IO Sugaski, Lloyd-333 E. Hts. Blvd. ......... ..,... 9 ' Sugaski, Jean-333 E. Hts. Blvd. ..,.,..... 9 Sukey, John-607 Fifteenth St. ,............ II Sukey, VValter-607 Fifteenth St. ....... 9 Sullivan, Julia-225 East Ave. ........... 9 Surdoclc, Pauline-224 Bath St. .................. ....... I O Sutton, Georgia-915 Foster Ave. .....,.................. IO Suvar, Augustus-R.D. I, La Grange ............... IO Swancott, Dorothy-132 COI'I1Cll Ave. ............... 9 Swiers, Donna-207 Clark St. ..................... ....... 9 Swiers, Gerald-207 Clark St. ........... I I Swindling, JOHN-415 Park Ave. .......... II Sylte, Elizabeth-217 VVolfe Ct. ..,....... 1 1 Sylte, lwarian-217 Wolfe Ct. .,,... 9 Szewczyk, Alvin--R.D. 3 ............. I0 .. T - Takas, Ji0l'1I1-II2 lrondale St. .........,........,. 9 Takas, Margaret-R.D. 2, Lorain, O. II Tarry, Alice-419 Sixth St. ....................................... 9 Tarry, Jack-419 Sixth St. ............................... .-..-- I I Tattersall, JC2.ll124I Hamilton AVC. ............... IO Taylor, Alex-50556 East Ave. .................,, ...... I 1 Taylor, DOI1Hld-I IQ Second St. .....,..... IO Taylor, Hazel-R.D. 3 ..,..............,............ Il Taylor, Helen-R.D. 3 ,............................. ....... I I Taylor, Neil-126 Lincoln Ct. .......... .........,......... W . Telzerow, Betty 16311--337 Twelfth St. IO Telzerow, Earl-120 VVilliarnS St. .................. W. Ternes, Harold-R.D. I ................................... 9 Terrell, Robert-259 Harwood St. ........,. ...... I I Terrell, Dorothy--259 Harwood St. .,..,........,..,. IO Terrell, Richard-239 East Broad St. .. IO Thayer, Richard-231 Denison Ave. ..... II Thome, Frances-348 Harvard Ave. ..... IO Thompson, Bob-247 Boston Ave. ................ ...... I O Thompson, Dolores-933 E. River St. .......,.,..... 9 Thompson, Edna Mae--905 East Ave. ............ 1 I Thompson, Gilbert-114 Riverdale Ct. ......... W. Thrist, Genella-315 Seventeenth St. ............... IO Tilenda, Susan-348 South Maple St. ............... 9 Tite, Valerie-156 E. Hts. Blvd. ........................ IO Tittle, Ethel-R.D. 2 .........,............................................ I0 5 T ,.. 1. I ll 253 F .T X Todd, Mildred-249 Oxford Ct. ............. - ........ . Tomashiski, Jane-3 Smith Ct, ,..,.4...,,.,,, ,,,.,.,.. . Tomcko, SUC-I25 Waverly St. ............. . Tomski, Eleanor--R.D. I, La Toth, Elvera-878 W. River St. .......................... . T0tl1, Julius-878 W. River St. ..,,,,......,., ..,,..... . Toth, Margaret-420 Park Ave. ........... . Townsend, Edna-452 Earl Ct. ......... . Tracey, Robert-124 Kaiser Ct. ...........,... ..,...... . Traczek, Elizabeth-I6I Erie St. ........ . Traicoff, Alexander-I39 Blake St. ..... . Travers, Ward-241 Stanford Ave. ..... . Troutmani, Clyde--225 Winckles St. Travise, William-5 53 Third St. ........... . Travise, Ralph-553 Third St. ............,....... .,., . Triesky, Edward-339 Fifteenth St. T sarones, Jlfll-2OI Cascade St. .............. . Tufford, Lila-719 Park Ave. ............ . Tnlk, R0bCft--I2OO East Ave, ,,,,,.,,,,.. . Tulk, George-I I95 E. River St. ........... . -U- Underhill, Ettabelle-510 Middle Ave. ........ . Unger, Maynard-5 Gray Blk., Second St. Urlg, Junior-336 Eleventh St. ............,,,,,.....,,,..,. , -V.. Valassis, Dorothy-119 Blaine St. ........ . V alassis, Valassis Valervis, Jane-423 Louisiana Ave, ,,i,,,4..,,,,,,,A . Vanek, Ralph-1172 Quincy St. ..........., ......... . VanKeuren, Beverly-336 Ninth St. ....... . Van N iel, Edith-Twelfth St. ................................ . Van Osdale, Ruth-210 Bell Ave. ....................... . Van Valkenburg, Harold-710 East Ave. ..... . Vargo, Andrew-1616 West Ave. ....................... . Vargo, Ethel-561 Irondale St. ............................. . Vargo, F rank-308 River St. ....,,....,,........ . Varsey, Marian-202 Harwood St. .......... . Vass, Elinor--311 West River St. ......... Vaughn, Ruth-141 Caroline Ave. .......... . Vayda, Wilma-421 Elm St. ..................... Vehlber, George-I60 Beebe Ct. ....,. . Vestal, Jack-415 West Ninth St. ........ . Vietzen, Dorothy-IO2I Foster Ave. Vietzen, Russell-267 Spruce St. ........... . Volk, BTUDO-315 Clark St. .........,,,,.,...,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, , Von Dnyke, Betty-429 Abbe Road ........ .... -W- VVacker, Mary Ellen--508 West St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , VVaggoner, jane HClCI1C-II8 E. Hts. Blvd. VVagner, JCZIIIHC-416 Tenth St. ...,,.,.,,,,,,,,..,,,.,,,, , VVagner, Mildred--II3 Harvard Ave, ...,,,,,,,, , Walczak, Ziegfred-I42 S. Abbey Rd. ,.......... . W'aldron, JIIITICS-618 Lodi St. ,........,,.,.....,,....,..,, . f 'f K 'ar- .gf-'X 17 Al.. eel 'A H' fl ' - A 5 - '-T.-'2'f.l l,'-l,k.:..---- -14, Lula-351 Third st. ....................... fffffff , Theodora-II9 Blaine St. ,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,.,, , VValdron, NOYIIIH-618 Lodi St. .,.............. ........ I 0 Walend, Brownie-957 Foster Ave. ......,.., ,,.,... I 0 VValend, Ray-957 Foster Ave. ..............,.........,..... 9 VValkden, Lois E.-Stop 659, Lake Ave. .,.,..... I I Walker, George-R.D. 2, Elyria .,............,.. .,,...... 9 VVallace, Gordon-187 Bath St. ................ .,.,..,. I O IO VVallace, JEIIHCS-129 Oak St. ..,..............,.... .....,. . VValton, Jack-677 East River St. ....,.......,........ I0 Wamsley, Maxine-334 Oxford Ave. ......,....,,.. I2 VVard, Darrell-435 Tenth St. ..............,.... ........ 9 VVargo, JOE-IIQ Riverdale Ct. ........,.. VVarner, Leo-Stop 2. Lake Ave. ,....................... IO VVashington, Bill-I9 VVoodford Ave. ........,....,. IO VVashington, Therman-I9 VVoodford Ave. VV. Wazyniak, HClCll-1304 West Ave. ..,......,.. II VVebber, Eileen-327 Wirickles St. ..................... IO VVebber, Marcia-I29 Columbus St. .................. II VVeber, Leo-I2I9 West Ave. .,................. ..,...., I I Weber, Marcella-239 Howe St. .,,,,... ........ I 0 Webner, Dick-220 George St. .........,...... .....,,. I I Wehman, Margaret-226 Fifth St. ....... ....,... I O VVeibling, Gladys-806 East Ave. ........................ 9 Vveibling, Richard-806 East Ave. .,,,..,.,,........,.. VV. Weily, Seymour-712 Park'Ave. ............. ........ I 0 Yyeisman, Norma-150 Stanford Ave. ............... I I VVells, Betty J.-144 Longfellow St. .................. IO Wells, Laura Belle-309 E. Broad St. ,,.,.,...... W. VVelton, Earl-130 Harwood St. ..,,,...................... 9 Wendell, Jack-45 Cedar St. ,,,,,......................... ..... I o VVendling, ROY-II8 Caroline St. ...............,,..,..,. 9 . VVeslourski, Rosemary-I I8 Longford Ave. 9 VVestcott, Clayton-R.D. 3 ...........,...,.......,,...........,,,,.. II VVetzel, TOIH-I I7 Charles Ct. ................ ........ I I YVharton, Robert-II3 Lewis Ct. .......... ........ 9 VVharton, TOIH-II3 Lewis Ct. ........... .....,.. I o VVhite, Dorothy-6I6 East Ave. ............. .....,,.. I 0 White, Ferrier-338 Seventeenth St. .................. I I VVhite, R0bCTt-QII East Ave. ,,,,,......................... I0 VVickelman, lVIary-38I North Abbe Rd. 9 Wicks, Floyd-355 Seventeenth St. .....,.,............. 9 VVilcox, Warren-I54 Lake Ave. ,,.,,,...,,,,,,.,..,..,.... 9 Wildenheim, Bill-2I9 Foster Ave. .................. I2 Wildenheim, Doris-219 Foster Ave. .........,..... IO Wiles, Freda-264 Columbus st. , ,..........,....,.,,... . 9 Wilhelmy, John-R.D. 3 .,..,......,..,....,...... ....,.,. I I VVilliams, Betty-601 Park Ave. . ..... . . .... .. II VVilliams, Frances-432 First Place 9 Williams, Janet-Gulf Road ...,......,....... ffffmffffflf 9 Williams, JQCHIHIC-I58 Lake Ave. .......... ........ 9 Williamson, Marjory-142 Clark St. ............... II Willis, Betty-247 Second St. .. ......,....... ........ I 0 VVillis, Charlene-247 Second St. ,...,,.... ..,,,,., 9 Wilmot, Geraldine-252 Second St. ....... ......,. I I Wilson, Carroll-281 Roosevelt Ave. .....,............ 9 VVilson, Robert-72 Chestnut St. .............. ........ 9 Wilson, Ulysses-R.D. 2, Fuller Rd. VVilton, Alma-220 Marseilles Ave. ..... .. II One IJIIINIFFII Ttvelztyeight XVimsatt, Virginia--483 Cleveland St. VVlllL'l1l'll, Bud-8 Lake Ave. ..........,,,,,..............,..... . lVingard, Cl12'll'lCSiSll VV. River St. .........,, ,, VVingard, Edward Russell-511 VV. River St. VVinsor, llrlillieent-Stop 83, Oberlin Rd. ...,. , XVinteI's, UNVCH-I I4 Brooklyn St. ..,....,,.......,... . VVissin er Btttv I Ol lorain Blvd .. g, f,-7 1. . ......,.. YVitheek, Ray-1836 lvliddle Ave. ..,....,..,............ . VVizorek, Hl'l1l'5'-143 Belle-field Ave. XVol1liver, Dick-134 Franklin St. ..,Y.,.. . lVolt, Bob-I IS Fremont St. ............... . Wiolf, HClCll-I I5 Fremont St. .......,. . VVolfe, HZll'OlLl-.HQ Huron St. . ........,.. .. VVolodzko, Nlary-1517 VVest Ave. .,., . NVolodzko, Tony--1517 YVest Ave. ..... . lVood, Howard-R.D. 2 ,,,,,,.....,.....,.,,.,..... VVood, lxlary-827 lN'Iiddle Ave. ..,. . lVoodfill, Bill-I29 Gulf Rd. ..........,.,.,.. . VVoodlill, RIZll'j0I'y-l2Q Gulf Rd. .... . VVooley, George-540 Cleveland St. lVoreester, lxfilflilll-123 Oak St. ....,.,...........,.,.. , hV0l'l'lllIlg't0ll, Edith-3I6 YV. River St. ...,... . VVriglIt, Beverly-327 Stanford Ave. ......... NVright, Helen-245 Oxford Ct. ........... . VVright, .ICHII-102 Kaiser Ct. .,..... . VVright, Rllth-130 Grant St. ...,....,... . VVykrent, Josephine-I6 VVest Ave. XVysogorslci, Stan-II9 Fairlawn Ave. ............ IO XKfY5'SZyIlSlil, Dorothy-303 E. River St. .,.......... Q VVyszynslci, Ed-264 Prospect St. ....,........,,......... I0 - Y .. Yanke. Bob-I IO Lewis Ct. ................. . ..... II Yearley. blames--135 lvfendle Ct. .,.,. .... ........... I 0 Yost, .lack-239 N. Olive St. .................... ...... I I Yost, Ray-239 N. Olive St. .,.......,.....,......... ...... I 2 Young, Louise-356 East Bridge St. ....... ...... 9 Young, llarie-356 East Bridge St. .................. I0 Youngeberg, Earl-412 Eleventh St. .....,.,.......... 9 Youngeberg, Erma-R.D. 1, La Grange ........, Il Youngeberg, Robert-412 Eleventh St. ....,.,...., 9 Youngless, Delbert-374, Columbus St. ......,,.... IO Yourkiewiez, John--4.29 Bond St. .................,,,,,.. 9 Youtzv, Lois-R,D. 3, Gulf Rd. .............,........,.... II Yunker, Rita-R.D. 2, Elyria . ,...,,.. .........., I O - Z .. Zaleski, Klatthew-1513 West Ave. ..... . I I Zander. Earl-446 VV. Tenth St. ........................... 9 Zangari, 1311168-336 Eighteenth St. .................. II Zelenka, lllildred-2031 West Ave. ........,......... IO Zimmer, Ruth-229 Chestnut St. ...................,,...... 9 Zoltai, Alfred-R.D. 3, Dellefield Rd. ............ IO XVITH THE COM PLIMENTS OF THE CENTRAL BOOK STORE fill! Hundred I1 nzlyninz' BITTNER FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 234 Third Street Invalid Car Service Telephone 21 I2 5 1. ,' qu.. .- ,, Je it l fllnllf Du x f F trs So You're Facing The World? 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IRX lkl O Official Department Store Agency in Elyria for Girl Scout Uniforms and Supplies Girl Scout Dept.---Second Floor c1.1l-1l.1'l1lEfi'f7'iuEi'li1iiz.ag1 eco. t ELYRlA'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE 1 is Q 11 II Id Il - ,QM71 Q V iz K5 61 1' ,K 'Xi Um' llllrnlrrzl At Ghamge of? Ciasses Siam Aw Gzowded 'Huh picture' shows thc stairs llL'Zll' l'1'im'ip:1l SlliYk'lj',S dum. Radio Canbwi Panel Figuws in Daily Bwadcasts This pam-I stands in thc lmrtlmcslst corxxcr ot the Ollttl' oHiu- of thc prinrip,1l bctwvcll the Silft' and thc' typcw1'it0l'. ,ff fi f Gp an f ' V V A QXYNMXRI-i: QX Wfihfg I l1l1'!y.w"z'1'l1 'J -V 4-t l! '7r..'gl 1 " ' 594 4 -- Elyria Stuclents at Oberlin School of Commerce 'llhe ahore group is lflyriais contrfhution to the stuclent hotly at tl1e Oherlin School of Commerce for the school year 11137-1938. Over .to students are in atten- flance, the largest number Flyria has ever sent to this school in a single rear. This school has gained a reivutation as one of the leacling schools ot business training i11 tl1is country. Ciratluation trom high school is its entrance requirement. It is a member of the American Association of .lunior Colleges-a standing accormlecl to fewer than 11. half tlozen private business and see1'etarial schools in the li. S. lt is also a lnemher of the National Association of Accredited Connnereial Schools and is :1 charter member ot Ohio Business Schools Association. 'lihe attennlance this year is larger than ever. .'-.,-1, 5,11 Q, W ,il Urn' IIIIIIIIIITII yilliI'fj't'i!f,If Ne Jaap ff. 751.313 f LEV in ATDA FRt5Nf14n 911.45 S XX. S ae.,,,mm ww 'fr B Q m. ast Roundup r' J N FHVAL EXAM Inst -Ti QULJI 1 Pri, 306' o H e 0771 RC:-:Jer-od bq Evelq PC. vs Pnfecrrfi' if Il ll - .447 ,I RF, mlm: Wfioeas Dahect Senior: Distinction Pac-gwm IA-fr to right: Roberta Hmwiistiiic, lic-rniv hob:-s, l12lXYl'K'llCL' Krebs, Mary lX2llSl'l'. limici' the cliwctioii of thc above tlunior class 0H'iCc'rs and Colmxlittcc thc Scnim' Distinction Day PI'0fIl'Zllll was given :it :ui assembly on KIL15' 20. Thi- 3l'0'fl'2lll1, "ln Ami J51l'0lllNi Lunzi 'lic-Clin 1'm'x'0lx'c'4i about thc cam ms 'ms :uni :-. I J . sorows of the mcmbc-rs of the class of 38 who wc-nt to Luna lcch :is i'l'K'SillI1l'Il. 'l'hc C0llllIlifU'l' consisted of -lim l'iQ'I'l'ill12ll1, chzlirmzm, Ozzie l"m'bcs, Dirk lizium- hzlrdt, :uid Bernie Ifobcs in Cillllffi' of "Tho l71'z1tcruiry lnitiationm and "Hull of l":unc", Roberta I10XYL'llSfill0 and Sliirlcy :Xltfvlcl in charge- of "fXIimls In the xlilkillgu. Doris Sc'x'c1's :uid :Hairy Kaiser in clmrgv of "Sm'm'ity Bull Session", Nan Shryock in chargi- of "The Scrcnadcu, Harold Dahnkc in charge of "The Date Bureau". Bill Lord in vlizirgc of "The Proinm, Dick lfunk in chzirge of "Un A Bicycle Built For Two", and "l'i:ll'c'wc'll, NIV l.ovc"'. Um' lllzrzflrrzl UVM I-I --Haas Awami the Class Ranma gl!! 'lI,1l'j' Could Jlllllllyt' UR- wonder why Paul Irion, Dave Hullman, and lfmery Yanlioyen felt so much like stuffed owls alter a Saturday morning at Iflyria Uairiesl lt seems that KIr. Ingersoll made 21 statement that they could have all the ice cream they could eat, so they took him up on it. 'Iihey "ate" their lill, and then some, of ice cream, sodas, sundaes, not to mention banana splits, with whipped cream. and root beer. llo you feel all right by this time. boys? I'- Ile Just Player! lllr. Heck tto band boysl : Now we will play "'l'he Star Spangled l'lanner" for our next number. l"reslunan in trumpet section whispering nervously to boy next to him: Gosh! I just played that. lllfllfll ls' llvfllfll Illr. lluston received a test paper from a stu- dent who evidently had not known the answers. Un the bottom the student added: "Dumb but Honest" to which KI11 Huston added: "Sad but 'l'rue" and returned the paper. fjllt' Wvorzl Suggests f1IIOfll!'l' In Illiss Stofer's sixth period Ifnglish class .lim Ferriman was given the word Udolorous" to pronounce. lt was just an accident of course that -lim pronounced the word with the accent on the second syllable instead of the lirst. VVas xIim's face red! Ufvllere Iflxr llvoulrl 'l'l1f'y? In Illr. Ilaxtc-r's class the statement was made that 19,400 bridges were built by XV.l'.A. workers within a period of two years. "VVhere did they put all of them fl" asked one of the girls. Came a sotto voice from the rear of the room, "Across riversf' Ile H1111 Goof! 111rr'11lion.v .lack VVood llunked a sales test and signed his name as follows: Allack VVood Cbut eouldn'tl. plyllllf lf He 1,1111 lllr. Laver is said to have placed the solution of a difficult problem before his students and, then turning to them to have said, "Now, if you'll watch the blackboard, I'll go through it." Herff- ones Company Designers and Manufacturers of School and Collegelewelry, Graduation Announcements, Medals, Caps a n d T r o p h i e s Xl QQ , INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Jewelers to Elyria High School 'e Um lllnzrlred I Ulf-1'0lll' .3 :-Q J I ma W f :N 1 I S - - fn 5 .X - , .mi ll its. ,NL X l -s --11 ,v ..A I Frnhmani 1- " 'S 1' - Jn- as - 9 "L abil? IL I-lindang V 45 'JA lnlll 'EJ E-9 A iiiilbi-5 C g.: pr:-,lf-r LJ :vEg :?3J p-:MW lei.. 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