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

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Beparture from the conhentional form has been attempteo, ano raoical changes hahe been rnaoe in the composition of the hook. The Qilprian, this pear, is in oialogue form, portraying a tour through the school tuith a oehoteo trieno of QElpria laigh, a high minoeo citi5en, an alumnus of the school, jllilapor Zloseph QE. Retro. 1 9 3 9 All hail to thee, Elyria High In tribute halt we now. In reverence that's deep and true Our loyal heads we bow. For time can never more destroy The lights of 1nem'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 mem'ries share. And tho the years roll on and on, We hail to her with heart and hand. As first our school rose in the west So first she'll always stand. Uforzls by Bernice Atkinson. ield 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 VVhat We can do. Hurrah for Elyria High School For she'll break 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. Five A jg, E -,M sim Elm M -. gb ...iv H .Ng N r .1 tx 3 ,rm M EEE , W A It K in 23 .4 -.Jax 1939 ' 51411 ' faenmwe 1 , ,Q 1 Loft to right: Mary Kaiser, Phyllis C1lI'iSIl!1Zlll, Mary Jean Mclflfresh. Bill Loral. Jenn Crisp. David Qtutt. Nzmy Kuplin. Paul Irion, MiSs xlIl1'gZll4Ut I'Ifl1x'z11'rls. H1-tty Kipf. Rusc Mary ll:11'111w. -I-Q ' 111111111111 111 1 11 ll I H Wi .,, ' .. 15' r. ,.'.J1 .ff ff -'TP Xkxfff i , 1,6 x 1rTlL,, 4.'V. ,. ,,v:,'Ijg1V ft P5311 1HWE111H 11111 1'Tv ,fzH 4 Nxjlf IW 11111111111 ,J-LQ' 1111 - ' . -L Z 1'9- ix SI'7'!'lI School flwvwcimfes of Sfadiwm MR. XVIILIAM A. ICI,Y lfvvr since 1027 students, rcaclu-rs, and citizvns have C0l1l'il1llCd to hc grateful to Mr. hhvilliillll A. Fly for his gift of 535,000 which made the Stadium possihlv. 9 .ilu Hllvmnriam ,james EE. Agate .lames lf. Agate, known among his friends as Jimmy, son of Clerk of Courts H. lf. Agate and lllrs. Agate, died on August 13, 1033 from burns received when a gasoline- lired "steamer" exploded when he was removing wall paper. He played guard and tackle on the football team. He had lived in Elyria all his life and l1ad attended the public schools here throughout his educational career. illllr- Cllharlez M. Zlinppes Charles VV. Koppes, science and mathematics teacher at Elyria High for 26 years, passed away February 5, 1939. He was a graduate of Ohio VVesleyan University. Prior to his teaching here, he had been superintendent of schools at Kingsville and at Sullivan for there years and eight years respectively. He took an active interest in the activities of the lllethodist Episcopal Church, especially the Sunday School. His widow, lylrs. Ma1'yf Koppes, survives as do llwight and XVayne, both gradu- ates of lf. H. S. Dwight is in the advertising department of the Curtis Publishing Company at Philadelphia. Several of his short stories have been published. YVayne is professor of achitecture: at Renssalaer l'olytechnic Institute at Troy, New York. mr. Cllharlez 2113. millianm Charles RI. VVilliams, attendance olzlicer of the Elyria Public Schools for the last ten years, passed away February 5. He served as teacher and principal at the old Lake Avenue School from 1890 to IQOI. lfntil 1917 he was busy helping to organize the manual training work under the direction of Superintendent VV. R. Comings. He served as County Clerk of Courts for six years, spent a year in Florida, and was teacher and principal at the Lake Avenue County School from 1026 to IQZS. He is survived by his wife and one son Ralph, who lives in Detroit and who is an lf. H. S. graduate. Eight II11' Eiyuan efdataa Welcomes Quest The scene opens in Room IOS of lflyria High School at 2 230 on a spring afternoon diary IX-IIi,Yt'I'I ls everything ready for lllayor Petro's tour around the school? Bill Lord: Yes. lt's all set. Phyllis Christnian looking out of window: Here he eonies now. .lmn Cri,fp: llow do you do, lklayor P lflyrian. Hlzzyor Prim: How do you do, jean. l 1. .ll'.'llII l'n1 going to he your guide this afternoon. Let's go to the auditorium first. Guide: The Senior will always reinember the auditorium when they think of gradu- ation. l'd like to introduce to you, Lawrence Forbes, our President for the past two years, who is usually called Ozzie. He will tell you about the Senior Class and their oHieers. etro. 1,111 -lean Crisp, lfditor-in-Chief of the Jllnyor P1-tra: 1'm very glad to meet you, Ozzie. Ozzie: How do you do. fllayor Ozzie: fllayor Ozzie: fllayor Ozzie: Petro: You have four class ollicers, don't you? That's right. Dorothy Nau is Vice-President, Bernie Fobes is Secretary and the Treasurer is jean Crisp. They are all very capable and reliable people. Petro: How large is the graduating Class? There are 338 who will graduate. Half of them will receive their diplomas on june 8 and the other half on June 9. l'd be glad to show you the pictures of our Senior Class if you'd like to see them. Petro: I think that would be very interesting. Beside each senior's icture information about him or her is iven. This is , , . . . g as follows: student s name, address, course, and activities. Here is a picture of our class adviser, Miss Edna Iones. l'7l Eleven 1939 .4 l - KDNA JONES She has just announced the name of the writer of the class poem, Robert hIacDonald. Class Poem By Robert ITIUCDOIIIIIIJ Elyria High we leave you now, VVhere pleasant years we've spent, VVhere to our adolescent years Your cheery air you've lent. The happy days of school are o'er, And life before us lies, Commencement day is with us now To sever pleasant ties. Though years may come and year And life rolls swiftly by, The happy times and carefree days VVill in our memories lie. Elyria High we leave you now, Our goals as sails we set. The world may send its breakers, bt Our school we'll ne'er forget. s may go, it EEE itll la A P V. I Sf? Jig: ll Q 1 X xl! it yffffm pi iilii l il? at EEE miam i L55 wfliwsfn Samba Class Committees DISTINCTION DAY DRESS Girls-Dorothy Jenkins, Ch. Boys- Marcella Downs Agnes Kapcar Beverly Wright Betty Williams Arthur Hutt, Ch. Bill Renz Doug Birch Tom Cochrane John Simon CAPTION Nan Shyrock, Ch. Lois Lescher Doris Severs Dorothy Johnson Marian Ellis Jane Davies Marcella Hayes June Barnhart Marcia Webber Jean Heimsath Dick Baumhardt Ray Helling Jim F erriman Dick Funk John Boylan Edwin Johns Tony Montagnese SOCIAL Nancy Koplin, Ch. Mary Kaiser Clara Mae Goetz Joan Swindling Kay Sinnott Bill Powell lVIaynard Unger Julian Maslyk Larry Coleman George Vehlber Jack Kelly MONEY COLLECTING Jeannette Fox, Ch. William Bennett Germaine Copas Dick Selman Jack Tarry John MacGuire Dick Robson 9 MOTTO William Fey, Ch. Robert Nlac Donald Frank Kosa Rita Baker Viola Dougherty CLASS FLOWER Bernice Nicholas, Ch. Jane Gleason Joe Herold John Wilhelmy Tom Smith MEMORIAL Joan Bauer, Ch. Norma Weisman Aladar Bara Andrew Foreman Paul Gardner ANNOUNCEMENTS Bm Lord, Ch. Peter Smith Rita Halpin Mary Born Pat Brown JEWELRY Shirley Altfeld, Ch. Ada Lounsbrough Mary Sederis Bob Blayney Bill Humphrey COLOR Joan Norsworthy, Ch Marion Holmes Dorothy McKee Robert Bolly James Harssema Dick Roesman HISTORY Roberta Howenstine, Janet Rawson LaVaughn Searight Harold Dahnke Jason Geisel lice Mae Hoover Bill Lahiff ffllern lilly H u I' u elu' lllllll HIV J l, lgn lllll" ' l ,.. ,k yn., MR . ' HP at .mn , "f ' '- ,' "5v.v.r. .M ,-1:-.' feiilll lllIu,,'.gi,r-. wk, v ii it "' lm' 'lIJ!"l"l' llilillmlii , pig s ,gil ,Il I ,Immun E71 . .Alf- w wr- fi' l l lllllll n fum l ! ' ul . wr: Jilin ,dl -f"ff'f"3Hi,.1!L1' . ,ff 1939 Q -3' CEORDON CSEORGIE AROOKIRE 3' CMD flbdul xlbulbul rlmir. l N 1700 Middle Ave.3 General Course3 Varsity Football 7. ALFRED fiUSTAVE ARNDT You Shall Reap IVhnt You Sow. 1001 Lake Ave.3 Commercial Course3 Jefferson Jr. High I-2. MARIKDN ROSE AEIXIE I Dream to fllufh. 168 Courtland St.3 Commercial COLIFSCQ Jefferson Jr. High School 1, 23 Chorus 1, 23 lN'IacDowell Chorus 33 Glee Club 43 Jr. A Cap- pella 5, 63 Sr. A Cappella 7, 83 Friendship I, 2, 7, 83 Volleyball I, 3. JEAN EVELYN ASCHENB.ACH 3 I Used to be Color Blind. 155 Cornell Ave.3 General Courseg Friendship Club 1-83 V 3-83 Basketball 3-83 Leaders' Group 6-83 Tennis 3, 5, 73 5-83 Athletic HE". ' ' BERT C. ALEXANDER, IR. lllv, fllyself and I 130 Chase St.3 General Course3 Jr. Hi-Y 33 Freshman Football IQ Lightweight Football 3, 53 Heavyweight Football 73 Boys' Chorlis 23 Jr. A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Sr. AuCappella Choir 5-83 Freshman Track 23 Slip Collector 7. A" MARX' ADELE BAGNELL He Sfill flly llmrl 119 Cornell Ave.3 General Course. SHIRLEY ESTHER ALTFELD Dark Eyes. 324 Fourth St.3 General Courseg Friendship Club I-83 F Cabinet 1, 2, 5-83 Sapientes SQ Leaders' Group 5-83 Chorus 1 3 Glee Club 23 jr. A Cappella 3, 4, 63 Sr. A Volleyball 1, 3, 73 Basketball 1-83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Hiking 1, 3-83 "You Can't Take It With YOLIHQ Sr. Distinction Committee 63 Players' Club 7, 8. Rim ELLEN BAKER , Just a Song at Trciliglzt. Stop 7, Lake Ave.3 General Course3 Friendship Club 1, 23 llflac- Dowell Chorus IQ jefferson jr. High 1, 23 Office Assistant 1, 7-83 Library Assistant 7-8. ROGER EDVVARD ANDERSKJN Ah Sweet Jllystcry of Life. 545 F. Broad St.3 General Course. Z ALVIN ROY BALDT Love Bug Will Bite You. 255 Pasadena Ave.3 General Course3 Jefferson -lr. High I-23 Intra- mural Basketball 23 Freshman Football 1. " ldentilication proceeds from left to right. - '.- :-- '- . G. "F 11 Thirteen 1 fill 11 Emil ll M, , '11 xp, A i y D 1 xx if gi W Fl'-HA -5 - 1 . wg lliiiiill 1 1" . 1 2 1 , 3 my Y lll" iEllF 31, lifiiizizfi .ki " 4 'l I Q -fa 14' 'a'fR'sQ.y1ff A1..-xD,xR A. BAR.-X A Good lllan is Ifara' to Find 345 VVest River St.5 General Course5 Sapientes 3, 45 Monitor 5-85 Light Football 3-65 Light Squad 1, 25 Intramural Basketball 25 Hi-Y 7, 8. Jos121'H A. BARASKI Telling llly Troubles to ll llfule 229 VVest River St.5 llanual Arts Course. Toxx' P. BAR1x,xR12sso Bnrizrzrle Bill the Sailor. 213 Chestnut St.5 General Course Basketball 2. ,l'1'NE V1o1,12'1' BARNHART lon' to Wjin Frierzzls and Influenfe People. 154 Belllield Ave.5 General Course5 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 2, 4., 6, 85 Baseball 2,- 4, 6, 85 Friendship 3-85 Hiking I-85 Boosters' 3, 4.5 Caption Coni- niittec-5 Badminton 6-8. G11.1xERT C. li.-XL'ER lflzen I Croix' Up. 340 XVinekles SL5 General Course 5332 12. if 5 '111 1111 ii eigauiuii m y 9 at-et - 1-- JOAN BAUER W'e Think of You Often. Gulf Rd.5 General Course5 Cafe- teria Worker 3-85 Friendship 1-8 and Cabinet 7-85 Sapientes 3-45 Players' 3-85 Leaders' Group 7-85 National Honor 6-85 lNIacDowell Chorus 25 Glee 35 Jr. Choir 4.5 Sr. Choir 5-85 Band 5-65 Hiking 3-85 Tennis 3, 5, 75 Volleyball 75 Basketball3-85 Extemp Rep. 65 Athletic "E"5 You Can't Take It VVith You. RICHARD E. BALNHARDT Happy Today. Sad Tomorrozv. 212 Spruce St.5 General Course5 Football IQ Basketball 1, 25 jr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Sr. Hi-Y 6-85 Pro- jectionist 3-85 Light Football3, 55 Heavy 75 Basketball 3-4, 5-85 lylonitor 5-85 You Can't Take It VVith You. Dom NIAE BEAL lllusir, lllastro, Please. 321 VVest St.5 General Course5 Jr. Friendship 1-4.5 Sr. Friendship 5, 65 Chorus 1 5 Glee Club IQ Sr. A Cappella 3-85 Orchestra 1-6. IVIARY lNIARGAR12T BEAVOR Lonesome Valley Sally. 218 VV. Bridge St.5 Gene r al Course5 lVIacDowell Chorus 1-35 Jr. Friendship 1-25 Sr. Friendship 5-65 Glee Club 4-5. Bessie RI. BENDICK Ilold Tight. 822 Lake Ave.5 General Course5 jefferson Jr. High I-25 Volleyball 1-25 Friendship 1-85 lN'IacDowell Chorus 35 Girls' Glee 45 Friend- ship Cabinet 3-45 Sapientes 3-4. Fourteen HARRY BENFORD, JR. Liiilc Drummer Boy. 337 Wiiickles St. 3 General Course, Band 7-8. NV11.1,1A1x1 EARL BENNETT Jus! Bill. 117 Chase St., General Course, Library Ass't. 6-83 Spanish 6-8. Lois LORRAINE BERNDT 171 Hr Faithful. 432 Kenyon Ave., Gen er al Course, Friendship 1-83 Volley- ball 3, 5. 7, Basketball 2, 4, 65 Hiking 1-8. DCJL'GI.AS H. BIRCH Nighfridr. 333 Fifth St.: General Course, lVIacDowell Chorus 5, 65 Sr A Cappella 7, 83 Band 1-6, Basket- ball 3-63 Intramural Basketball 45 Tennis 7g Light Squad 1, 23 Sr. Hi-Y 5-8, Monitor 5,63 Players' 7, 85 You Can't Take It With You, The Enemy. ROBERT H. BLAYNEY Day Dreaming 215 VVooster St., General Course, Track 2, 4, 85 Light Football 33 Sr. Hi-Y 5-85 Track Trainer 65 Tennis 73 Football Trainer 7. 9 DOROTHY D. BLECMAN Pardon flly Southern lffvfnt. 107 VVest St. 5 Commercial Course 3 Forest Park High, Baltimore, Md. 1-55 Friendship 7-85 Basketball 1-4, 8, Volleyball 1-4, 73 Writers' 7, 85 Glee Club 1, 2. WILLETTA JOAN BOARD All God's Children Got Rhythm. South Second St., General Course. DONALD JOSEPH Boppy Body and Soul. 263 Abbe Rd., General Course, Football 3-8. fk-P, J: , 1 ROBERTL Af BULL!--LJ Rio Rita. ' X 324 E. Hghts. Blvd., G en e r al Course, Boys' Chorus 1-3, jr. A Cappella 4-65 Sr. A Cappella 7-83 Jr. Hi-Y I-4, Players' 6-8. JANE A. BoREsK1 Bird in a Gilded Cage. 421 W. Thirteenth St., General Courseg Herald Staff 6. , . Iifteen 5 , , - ,gyiggiiif Lvl 5, 5 .1 H 1 m y V f . tai Qi ,"1lff" ' : 3' EEZEQ EEL Eel lata 2 ,i'1 jkli l ilg, "' Ellt llllllll laws , 5 - f 1 -- A ..q 'ihf f , wig: it 1 .Y ., 2' flllflw 1939 MARY RIARGARET BORN To flfary Ufith Lo-ve. 359 Princeton Ave.5 Gen. Course5 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 6, 85 Hiking 3-85 Baseball 2, 45 Spanish Club 6, 7, 85 Athletic "E", Ii11.EEN EDNA BRoL'sE I Know' Note. 114 VVurst Ct.5 General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Fitch High School, Youngstown, O. 5, 65 Friendship Club 1, 2, 55 lN'Iac- Dowell Chorus 35 Glee Clllb 45 Volleyball 1-65 Basketball 1-6. XV11.1.1AA1 D. BOWVDLER Small Fry. 423 Te11th St.5 General Course5 Track 2, 4, 6: Radio Club 4, 55 Airplane Club 1, 25 Orchestra 1-85 Chorus 5, 65 Sr. A Cappella 7. 8. PATRICIA AANDRFNVS BROXVN' Study In b'rofc'11. 128 Ohio St.5 General Courseg Friendship Club 7, 8. ,lol-1N LEWIS BOYLAN Iljllffy Dust. 804 East Ave.5 General Courseg Library Assistant 75 Herald Staff 8. SH1R1.EY MAR1A Buc1t1.EY Shooting! Hiyh. Spring Valley Country Club, Gulf Rd.5 Commercial Courseg Friend- ship Clllbl-8: Glee Club 25 jr. A Cappella 3, 45 Sr. A Cappella5-85 Leaders' Group 6-85 Volleyball 1-85 Baseballg Basketball: Tennis 5-85 Athletic "Eng Athletic Pin. NIARTHA JEAN BRAMWELI. .lwulie Wfillz the Lighi Brown lluir. 108 Neuter Ct.5 General Course5 Friendship Club 1-85 Chorus5 lVIacDowell Chorus 3-45 Sr. A Cappella 5-85 Tennis 3-85 Basketball 4-85 Volleyball 1-85 Baseball 6-85 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. R101-1ARD .lOl-IN BURANDT The Choir Boy. 85 Laundon Ct.5 General Courseg Track 4, 6, 85 Boys' Chorus 25 jr. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Sr. A Cappella Choir 5-8. BERTON SAN1foRD BRIDGE Jbsolutely. 509 VVest Third St.5 General Courseg Boys' Chorus 1-45 slr. A Cappella Choir 8. VERvA REGINA BLRKE .411 flly Life. 1505 lkliddle Ave.5 Conunercial Course5 Volleyball 1-65 llIacDowell Chorus 1-25 jr. Friendship Club 1 5 Baseball 45 Sr. Friendship Club 7, 85 Basketball 4. H076 4 Sixteen gs! 5, fjv- 2515,-if 4 5 -'SWF 1- 'l lllll ti f'-1,l1111t311 -bldg ll' 1939 FRANK LJRANGE BL'RRows, JR. lfmvi' Jyain. IIS F. Hgts. Blvd.: Commercial Course5 Projectionist Club 7-85 Lorain High 1-25 Amherst High School 3-4. LTERTRLTDE M. CHESLER Curly-Top. 332 Lodi St.5 General Coursey llIaeDowell Chorus 1-45 jr. A Cap- pella Choir 5-75 Baseball 1-45 Basketball 1-85 Volleyball 3-85 Jr. Friendship Club 1-45 Sr. Friendship Club 7, 85 Hiking 3-6. .loHN C. BUSH Sninn Takes ll Holizlay. 122 Homer St.: General Course5 Lightweight Football 35 Track I-25 Freshman Basketball 1-2. ANNE MfXRlE CHlJR.XK I flluxt Sn' 1-lnnie Tonight. R.F.U. 3, Elyriag Commercial Course. 'l'HoMAs fiI,EN BL'TT1.E Low Thy Neighbor. 420 Lorain Blvd.5 Commercial Course5 Freshman Football 1 5 Light- weight Football 3, 55 Heavy Football 75 Freshman Basketball 2. ciEORGE EDWARD CHRIST1.-xN lfzzir' Up mul Liw. 113 VVater St.5 hlanual Arts Course. VV11,1,1AR1 CLYDE Brzz.-xkn The flfkflllifli' Tl'111'1'ff'r. Gulf Rd.: General Course. PHv1.1.1s JANE CHR1s'1'A1AN lfiffvl'-S'1c'l'1'!. 514 Cleveland Qt ' General Course' Sapientes 4' Spanish Club 85 . ' L 'x f - 1 ' 9 5' -lr. Friendship Club 1-45 Sr. Friendship Club 5-85 Herald Staff 65 Leaders' Group 7-85 Baseball 1-65 Volleyball 3-75 Basketball 5-85 Tennis 75 All-Star Basketball 85 Athletic "E"5 Elyrian Staff 8' Student Cabinet Committee 7-8. I FRANCIS CARTER ,Ill flu' .liw is Gone. 237 Oberlin Rd.5lGeneral Course5 Lightweight Football 55 Fresh- man Traek 25 Track 4, 6. THoMAs ,l'A1x1Es COCHRANE Out For No Good. 317 Cambridge Ave.5 General Course5 Ir. Hi-Y 1-45 Sr. Hi-Y 5-85 Reserve Basketball 3-65 Boys' Chorus I-25 Jr. A Cappella Choir 35 Sr. A Cappella 4-85 Freshman Basketball 2-35 Freshman Track 2' Varsity Track 4, 6, 85 Slip Collector 7. 7 91 'Z'l'lIfl'l'II EEE N Ft WU Pl Yv0NNE IRENE COLE Wliat Are Your Intentions. 1320 E. River St.3 General COUYSCQ Attica High, Attica, Ohio 1-23 Chorus 7-83 Basketball 33 Volleyball 1-3. LAWRENCE J. COLEMAN kfflien Larry Throws His Lariat. 801 E. River St.3 General Course3 Jr. Hi-Y 1-43 Football 1, 3, 5, 73 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 83 Light Squad 21 Movie Worker 5-8. EARL C. Coox, JR. Lookie, Lookie, Lookie, llere Comes Cookie. 215 East Fifteenth St.3 General Course. CHERMAINE RUTH Co1'As lfetzveeu the Devil and the Deep Blue Sen. 144 Hamilton St.3 Commercial Courseg MacDowell Chorus I, 2 3 Glee Club 31 Ir. A Cappella 4-63 Sr. A Cappella 7, 83 Volleyball 3. RICHARD FRANKLIN CoRTs At Your Beck and Call. 154 Cleveland St.3 G en e r al COUYSCQ Jr. Hi-Y I-23 Basket- ' ball 1. f 7 gill' 9 XVILINJR ALLEN CovEN Trust In Ille. 224 Gates Ave.3 General COLIFSCI Track 2, 6, 83 Football 1, 33 Sr. Hi-Y 7, 83 Basketball 1-83 Tennis 7. E CRANDALL Alive. 107 Chase St.3 C o m m e r c i al Courseg jefferson Jr. High I-23 Friendship 5-83 Volleyball 1-53 Olhce Asslt. 2, 7, 83 Baseball I-25 Hiking I-23 Jr. Friendship 1-2. ,IEAN ELIZARET1-1 CRISP So Niee. 344. F.. Hgts. Blvd.3 Gen e r al COUYSCQ Elyrian 2-83 Astronomers I-23 Boosters' 3-43 lVIacDowell Chorus 1-23 Girls' Glee 31 jr. A Cappella 4-63 Leaders' 5-83 Latin 43 Players'4-83 National Honor 6-83 Friendship 1-83 Friendship Cabinet 1-4, 7, 83 Basketball 1-83 Volleyball 1-83 Tennis 1-83 Base- ball 1-83 Athletic "E" SQ Athletic Pin 63 Orchestra 5-7 3 Y.lVI.-Y.VV. Council 5, 63 Hiking 2-83 Class 'TI'CZ1Sll1'CI'Q Athletic Guard 7 3 You Can't 'Fake It VVith You. MARY -IEAN CROSKY ffm I to Blame. R.D. 33 General Courseg Friend- ship 1-2. A I fr 'Hill ll III lil' W A Eighteen ll Il lun 4' ll llllllllll ml H I ew A lt" ll 3 ,.. ,sb 'w-. Q1 Af X er fi" I-. -fn-Tn 3 K-2 X -3 fgilwq4Illlr:lDlliiE:'eiE'M.nw, ii A ' A ark ,FEV ' In iulii Xi HH -754 'll il ll lllllllkll . X fn- "M ' lrllgy ' . l B i I vu IIN! lla " 'V Q1 lriull' ag e. 4' , . ,,. f ,, , .in 29,4 -N lg N H1al.lzN lXI111.xi.itNis Czzxiq 11111 I .'f.vhi11y Too fll111'h. R.IJ. 3, lflyriag General Course: Leaders' 7-85 Volleyball I-85 Chorus 1-35 Basketball 7-8: Base- ball 5-65 Jefferson Jr. High 1, 2. HARo1.n Lizwls IJ.-XIINKIZ, .l'R. 1le'.v II LIL.'ill From 1lIr111l1r1ti1111. 645 IC. Broad St. 5 Classical Course5 Latin 5-85 hlonitor 5-65 Library Ass't. 5-85 National Honor 6-8: Sr. Hi-Y 7-85 Ifxtemp. Squad 8: Student Organization Committee 7-85 You Can't Take It VVith You. li15NNlz'l'I1 xloux IJAVIDSON .'l11ylhi11y Goes. 014 Lake Ave.5 General Course. j.-wie IC. IJAVIES Deep Plrrfwle. 4.25 lfast Ave.5 General Course: Friendship 1-85 Latin 45 Leaders' 7, 85 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 75 Tennis 3, 5, 75 Basketball 2, 4., 85 Library Ass't. 4-85 Athletic "F" 55 Base- ball 2-85 Friendship Cabinet 7, 85 Chorus 2-35 Athletic Pin: Hiking 1 8 BIARY jo IJIZBIARI.-K ffflxy U11 Ihr' flyer. 34.6 S. lllaplc St.: Commercial Conrse5 Friendship 1-45 Sr, Friendship 5-85 Basketball 1-85 Tennis 5, 75 Baseball 1-85 Volley- ball 1-8. 9 1:79 H1z1,1zN Dmms Bright Eyes. VVest Ridge, R.D. 3. Iflyria5 General Course5 Sr. Friendship 7-85 Volleyball 3-75 Hiking 35 VVhittier Jr. High, Lorain, O. I-3. CHARI.ES J. DENIOS Fit As' fl Fiddle. 320 Fourth St.5 lklanual Arts Course5 Jefferson jr. High 1-25 Band 7. PAULINE S. IJURROYVSKI W'hen They Played The Polhn. 1518 Nliddle Ave.5 G e n e r al Course5 Volleyball 2, 45 Basket- ball 3, 5, 75 Library Ass't. 6-85 Sr. Friendship 7, 85 Hiking 1, 35 Baseball 5. RoR12RT FRANK Dol2n12I.E BFIYIIISB of Onfe Upon 11 Time. IO7 Princeton Ave.5 G e n e r al Course5 Boys' Chorus 1-55 Hi-Y 1-35 Track 1, 65 Football I 5 Basketball 1. V1o1.A KATHRYN DOUGHERTY In Your Olzcn Quiet Wriy. IIS Bellefield Ave.5 Commercial C0urse5 jr. Friendship I-45 Sr. Friendship 4-85 Volleyball I-45 Library Ass't. 6-85 Oflice Ass't -u . . A . i i111'f1'1'11 A' ,- .A X A .,-X be Y' All I Q- "' I NV-W' r -M1 45 111.11 yi Q lilill it til EEQE ..E ,xl 5 J' 'l 36' 'V ' 1939 MARCELLA G. DowNs It's the Gypsy in Zlle. 190 Erie St.5 General Course5 Hiking 1-85 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 85 Tennis 3, 5, 75 Friendship Club 1-85 Sr. Friendship Cabinet 5, 65 Athletic "E"5 jefferson Jr. High School5 Chorus I-2. MARGUERITE JANE EDWARDS Jllrzrgurita. 1938 Middle Ave.5 General Course5 llIacDowell Chorus 1 5 Hiking 3-45 Sapientes 4-85 Library Assistant 6-7. VERA DL'BENA Just A Quiet Evening. 130 Fairlawn Ave.5 General CourSe5 Hiking 1, 25 Volleyball 1, 25 Baseball 1. FRANK J. ELEK I Beteha. ,222 YV. River St.5 General Course HENRY BERNARD DUDEK Be A Good Scout. 342 Seventeenth St.5 Commercial Course5 Golf 65 Tennis 7. JOSEPH G. ELEK Solitude. 322 VV. River St.5 General Course PAuL ALLEN ECKLER Casey Jones. 1628 Lake Ave.5 General Course5 Players' Club 5-85 Projectionist Club 5, 65 Cafeteria VVorker 5-85 Library Assistant 5, 65 jefferson jr. High 1, 25 Extemp Speaking 65 "You Can't Take It With Youn. IJLJKE NI. ELLIOTT Go Juvzy and Let file Sleep. 405 Park Ave.5 General Course5 Jr. Hi-Y I-2. HELEN EDVVARDS I Let A Song Go Out Of M31 Heart 1202 West Ave.5 General Course5 Jr. Friendship Club 2, 35 Sr. Friendship Club 4-75 Amherst High 1 5 Oberlin High 25 Basketball 1-55 Volleyball 1-35 Baseball 1-35 Glee Club 1 5 Freshman Choir 2. MARIAN FRANCES ELLIS Illy Gal Sal. 216 E. Hgts. Blvd.5 General CourSe5 Friendship Club 1-85 Leaders' Group 5-85 Tennis 1, 3, 5. 75 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 2, 4,- 6, 85 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Hiking I-85 Herald Staff 65 All-Star Basket- ball 65 Athletic "E" 35 Athletic Pin and Guard 65 Jr. A Cappella Choi 3, 45 Sr. A Cappella Choir 5-85 Friendship Club Cabinet 5, 6. F J nl 4-J in I' MA. f :+.ia-ln:1fEfr1frf- lm! Il Ellllillllllll 1 li 'bl I' ll'-lllillihj '. 82, ff- 1 -, z iglgir,-55,5 ku I wsu: n u i f-QL 5: II 5 "' IIIIWQQ 'l'l'T'f-- uw' A . NHFHU . ,llp ,gifgji , Li -ga - '- 5 A MM- 1939 CKTNSTANCE H. NI. EMARY You're Just fl Little Different. 261 Harrison St.5 Classical Course5 Lorain High School I-5. ANNE ESCHKE You're J Secret Little Hmdarlze. 479 Huron St.5 Gen. Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Chorus I, 2. KATHERINE JANE EMERICH Street lx the Wor'1l For You. 1206 llliddle Ave.5 Commercial Course5 Friendship Club 1, 3, 45 Cafeteria VVorker 2-45 Volleyball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 45 Herald Reporter. IRENE FAzEKAs llly Heart Belongs to Dzlddy. 116 VV1-st River St.5 Commercial Course. A1,1fREn J. EMERY Slvefwy-ll1'111l. 210 lllarseilles Ave.5 General Course. .TANES E. FERGUsoN K Big Boy Blue. 1001 llliddle Ave.5 General Courseg Basketball 1-45 Players' Club 2, 35 North Ridgeville High School 1-6. BETTY RUTH ERDBIAN lV1'fzr That Smile. 133 Oak St.5 General Coursc5 Friendship Club 7, 85 lVIacDowell Chorus 1, 25 Glee Club 3-55 Volleyball 65 Jr. A Cappella Choir 6, 75 Library Assistant 8. RosE B. FERoN lllexirrzli Rose. 321 Sixteenth St.5 Commercial Courseg Volleyball 35 Sr. Friendship Club 7, 8. ROBERT HASTINGS ERICSON Blarl' Coffee. 115 Artemas Ct.5 General Course5 Jr. A Cappella Choir 3-65 Sr. A Cappella Choir 75 Track 1, 25 Boys' Chorus 3, 4. JAMES VVELTON FERRIMAN Rmrlzing for the llloon. 118 Cedar St.5 Scientific Course5 Sr. Hi-Y 6-85 Lightweight Foot- ball Letterman 2-55 Cheerleader 7, 85 Jr. A Cappella Choir 2-55 Sr. A Cappella Choir 6-85 National Honor 6-85 Light Squad 5, 65 Cafeteria VVorker 7, 85 Freshman Football IQ Freshman Basketball 25 Reserve Basketball 3, 45 Sapientes Club 45 Movie Ass't. 2, 33 "The Enemy"5 Players' Club 7, 85 Track 1- 85 "You Can't Take It With You". bf ' in I .., , . Ilzwntyone ' 55 A - 3"i-.ll ilizziii 1 ,llii 111 M51 11 1' All film Q 1,5 X1 XV11.1.1,m1 F. Fm' The Srrrel of illy S1u're1's. 115 Cascade St.: General COLIFSCQ Ir. Hi-Y 1-45 Sr. Hi-Y 6-85 Golf 4, 65 lklonitor 6, 7. l,oRN.A1 BI.-xE F1Eu1.ER Slmzv In flly Ifyer. 119 Fremont St.5 General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Oiliee Ass't. 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 25 Latin 4-85 lklacllowell Chorus 1, 25 Glee Club 35 Jr. A Cappella 45 Sr. A Cappella 5-85 Friendship I, 2, 5, 65 Herald 65 Volleyball 25 Basketball IQ Cafeteria VVorker 4-8. GR.-kQ'E FlGL'I.A Jlzenys and Jlzcvzys. 128 Irondale St.5 Commercial Course. CH.-xR1.oTTE LL'c11.1,E FLINT You fllllxt IIIIWI' 131'r'n ll Igfllllfifllf Baby. 120 Bellefield Ave.5 Commercial Course5 jr. Friendship 1-.55 Sr Friendship 5-8. BERNIE R.-11.1-11 Fo11Es Rmrmrzre Runs in the ljlllllifjl. 320 Ninth St.5 General Courseg Hi-Y 1-85 Fresh. Football 15 Light. Football 35 Reserve Basket- all 4, 65 Varsity Basketball 5-85 Heavy. Football 5, 75 Nlonitor 5-85 Sapientesj, 4,5 National Honor 6-85 and Sr. Class Secretary. fl A, 151110 8:17, I 'fiE,!mi'i'i -xTF.:"' -I .1 Q 5 K Arn 1g,HfEXL"n .72 'lu 1 llr. . i s! 111. 75 'f'l,lllllfl2lJ lim img .wi wnipiiige. Q.. I,.1xwR12NcE RL'ssE1.r. Fo1z11Es F. D. R. Jones. 1 14.7 XVest Ave.5 General Course5 Hi-Y 1-85 Fresh. Football 1 5 Light. Football 35 Reserve Basket- ball 3-45 Heavy. Football 5, 75 lNIonitor 5-85 National Honor 6-85 Varsity Basketball 7, 85 jr. and Sr. Class President. ANDREW JAMES FoREa1AN You're fl Knorl' Out. 124. Harvard Ave.5 G e I1 e r al Course5 jr. A Cappella 2, 5-75 jr. SH'-Y 35 Sr. A Cappella 8. 28 f' .1 if! V f ROEERT H. FOREKIAN The Gentlenzen Wrlits. 227 Lake Ave.5 General Conrse5 Jefferson jr. High Football lj Football 5, 7. .IEANETTE H. Fox Iiemuse Your You. R.D. 2, Elyria5 General Course5 lVIaeUowell Chorus 1-25 Glee Club 3-65 Sapientes 4.5 Library Ass't. 7, 85 Office Ass't. 7, 8. Dots E. FREDERICK I'nz Forever B10-icing Igllllillfq. R.D. 3, Elyriag General Course5 Jefferson jr. High 1, 2. Twezziytz 0 ROBERT L. FRumENsT1NE ISIIFIIIIV' 171 Thr DPU. R.U. 2, Elyriag General Course5 Track 3-45 Herald Staff 65 lklonitor 7-8. Lois JANE FRYE Three Lilfff' Uvorzls. I Plaza Apts.5 General Course5 Newark High School 1-35 Latin 45 Palm Beach High School 6. RICHARD STANLEY FUNK Rl'lIIl'lIl1lI'I' fllf. I57 Cleveland St. 5 Gene ral Courseg Fxtemporaneous Speaking 65 Herald Staff 7, 8. TTARULIJ M. GAGE Tlley Llflllif 'l'r1K'r' Tim! J-tray 1'lI'OII1 fllr. R.U. 2, Flyria5 General Course5 lllovie Asslt. 2-65 llonitor 7-85 Projectionist 3-85 Track 3-4.5 Herald Staff 65 Library Ass't. PAH. I.EoN GARDNER If 11's flu' Lai-r Thing I Do. 2l2 lf. Second St. 5 General C0urse5 Football 3, 5, 75 Basket- ball 5-85 Slip Collector 75 You Can't Take lt YVith You. 9 THoA1As FRANK fiARDNER Tom, Tom Ihr Pifvrfs Son. 600 Foster Ave.5 General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Freshman Football I, 25 Players' 7, 85 You Canlt Take It XVith You. HARR1ET .TANF ciARFORD Did I Rl?IIll'll1bI'l'. Adelbert St.5 General Course5 Sr. Friendship 7-85 Baseball 3-85 Hik- ing 1-45 Volleyball 1-85 Basket- ball 3-8. AUDREY IJELAFRA GARLAND So Zllrmy Jllelnorics. 337 Cambridge Ave. 5 G e n e r al Courseg Hiking 5, 65 Volleyball 3-65 Friendship Club 3-6. -IAsoN fiEORGIZ GEISEI. Foot Loon' IIIIII 1"a11r'y Frrr. 441 Ninth St.5 General Coursc-5 Track 3, 4,5 Herald Staff 65 Light Squad 65 Library Ass't. 7, 8. JANE IRENE ciI.EASON LN Tlmt Br J Lesson To You. 269 Harrison St.5 General Course: Friendship I-85 Volleyball l, 3,- 5, 75 Basketball 1-85 Baseball 2,- 4, 6, 85 Tennis 3, 5, 75 Leaders' Group 7, 85 Herald Staff 65 Athletic HEH5 Athletic Pin-Guard. ' Q , '--'gif I fcrzzfyilzrrr "' A 5 bu ll 1 L-N5 M, 7' Q aim nil EEE llll llly r lll llllll 3 ,ii tiff I N , 5 1939 CLARA lNIAE Ci0ETZ V Getting Some Fun Out of Life. 312 Columbia Ave.3 General Course3 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Basket- ball 1-83 Tennis 1, 3, 5, 73 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Leaders' Group 7, 83 Friendship 1-83 Athletic HEH3 Athletic Pill? Hiking I-8. RITA IXIAY H:XI,l'IN The Day You Came Along 137 Garvin Ave. 3 General COUTSCQ jr. Friendship 1-43 Sr. Friendship 5-83 Players' 6-83 Sapientes 43 Leaders' Group 6-83 hIacDowell Chorus 1-33 Glee Club 41 Jr. A Cappella 5-63 Sr. A Cappella 7-83 olleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Basketball 1-83 Tennis 1, 3, 5, 73 Baseball 2,- 83 Hiking 1-83 Athletic "E" 63 "You Can't Take It VVith You". F. fi00DMAN I Forget You. IIQ Homesite Ct.3 lylanual Arts Courseg Football 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 83 rack 5-83 hlonitor. THERINE JENNIE HAMMER 011' It Can Be Told. Rd. 1, Elyriag General C0lll'SCQ Friendship 1-83 lVIacDowell I-4.3 Glee 5-63 Sr. A Cappella 7-8 3 Volleyball 1, 3, 5 3 Baseball 1, 3, 5. XTIOLA BIARY LEE GRUGEL 1,111 Feeling Lihe fl Zllillion. 210 Blaine St.3 Commercial COUTSCQ Baseball 1, 23 Volleyball 1-43 lUacDowell Chorus 1, 2 3 Glee 3 3 Jr. A Cappella 4-63 Sr. A Cappella 7-83 Friendship 3. ELLEN IRENE HANCOCK So Rare. Roosevelt Ave.: General Course3 Friendship Club I-83 Volley- 1, 3, 5, 71 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Leaders' 7, 83 Tennis 73 Athletic "E"3 Hiking: Athletic Pin. MARGARET GLTILBIETTE Sweet As fl Song. 784 VVest River St. 3 General Course3 Jefferson Ir. High School I, 2 ' Baseball 1, 23 Volleyball I, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Jr. Friendship 1, 2 7 BARBARA ADELE HANDROSH You Tooh the Words Right Out of Ivy Heart. R.D. I, Grafton3 General Courseg Friendship Club 1, 2, 7, 83 Volleyball 1-83 Basketball I-83 Baseball 1-83 Badminton 6, 8' Hiking 1-83 Athletic Pin. 1 JAMES DoNA1.n GUTHRIE Riding ffigh. 12.1. Cedar St.3 Scientific Courseg Wvestern Reserve Academy 5-63 Jr. Hi-Y I-43 Astronomy 5-63 Radio 5-63 Extemp Speaking 6. CHARLES XVILLIAM HANSON Prince Charlie. 248 VVinckles St.3 General Course3 lllovie VVorker 2-83 Lightweight Football 3, 5. i 4 ll mil ,, 5. T-zcentyfour lflll HJ 213 K XP . t igiawis' 'Mail ll F59 ' fl lr II 111251 Hlyl iif fit' A Illl 35255 1' ciflul .1- ' 'Jie . " 1939 l,o1x1sN.fx .lL'.-XNITA HANsox .l uzmifrz. 339 VVinckles St.3 General Course. IC. NI.-xRc'E1,1.t-11 H.-xvlis Kiften on the Keys. .117 VV. Fourteenth St.: General Courseg lwaellowell Chorus I-2: Glee Club 3-43 jr. A Cappella 5-63 Sapientes 5-63 Herald Staff 7-83 Volleyball 1, 3, 72 Basketball 1, 3. 73 Baseball 2. RALPH L. HANSON fllom' ,-It 11 Table for T-zvo. 339 VVinekles St.3 General Course. kiEORGE NIILTON l'lE.-XRNE 171 Br Uyrliting Jr the Gate' for Katie. 507 XVest River St.3 General COLIYSCQ Freshman Football I. all-miss FORREST HARssEA1.x 1,0117 Cross Your 1"i11yw'r, Croxr Your Ilmrl. 21.1, Longford Ave.3 General COLITSCQ Band 5-73 hionitor 5-7. M1sR1.12 D12Los HEIDRICH l'Vhy Doeszft Sonzelmdy Tell file These Things. 326 Cambridge Ave.3 General Course3 Freshman Football 1 3 Heavy- weight Football 2-73 Reserve Bmketball 3-43 Boys' Chorus I 3 Jr. A Cappella 2-33 Sr. A Cappella. 4.-83 lVIonitor 7. M.fxR11.YN l':S'I'lZl,I.I? H.xs1'1xGs I llrrzve Eyex. 120 Lorain Blvd.: General Course3 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 5, 73 Leaders' Group 6-83 fr. Friendship 1-4.3 Sr. Friendship 5-83 Friendship Cabinet 5, 63 Latin 4.3 Library Ass't 6-83 Hiking 1-83 Athletic Guard 73 Athletic HE' 53 Athletic Pin 6. M11.1.1C12NT -Ili.-xx HEElNlS.Vl'Il lfllerefv Elnzer. ' 205 Clark St.3 Commercial Course3 Friendship Club I-63 Volley- ball 33 Basketball 43 Hiking 3-4. H.xR1x10N NVALKER l'l.-UYTHORNE l Crm? Give You rlllyfllilly But Love. 212 VVashington Ave.3 General Courseg Tennis 73 Track 8. RAYMOND EARL HE1.1.1NG UM King Cole. 1 18 Fairlawn Ave.3 General Courseg Track 6, 83 Spanish 5-83 Inter- Scholastie Basketball. Il N I zverztyfive ', Jr! -' 4 U .,- 155 x . - -1 1 x . al : . v 21 Ewa' E 351115, 1. -.1, 13 13+ f 111111113 fr :M ' ,Arg Y 4 N 'V ' fa . 'U u- 111I E11 111111 1 josEIfH E. HEROLD Juxt fi Kid Named Joe. 747 VV. River St.5 Gen e r al Course5 MoIIitor 6-85 Basketball I-85 Football I, 7. DAVID ARTHUR HILL If I Had I1 Tnlkirzg Pirfurr of You. R.D. 25 General Course5 Pro- jectionist 2-8. - -ff 4' li-1 ,,ff...I ' f 1 JANE ELIZABETH HINES Drink Io fllr Only. II6 VVurst Ct.5 Commercial Course. .IOSEPHINE LoL'IsE HINES Josffwlzifzr. Gulf Rd. 5 Gen e r al Course5 Friendship Club I, 2, 6-85 TenIIis I, 5, 75 Herald Staff 6. -IEANNE HELEN lfloDIERNE Ewryzlnyk I1 Holliday. 219 Chestnut St. 5fGeneral Course5 Nladison High, isyracuse, N. Y. l, 25 Friendship 3-85 Volleyball I-4 ketball, I-45 Girls' Glee I,h 5 Dra tl . I, 25 lN1acDowell C o ISI 5 aseball I, . N325 2 N " f 'I ' Z t, 3IIIIllII1,,,,,,E Qt ' inn" warg: .P --plz' A L' 53.1, ""L""' ',, BHKSWW 1"" 'MIIIII In r-gap: gill! Ilia: IIIII. II llll .I F LU If lI",'1ll A .' e' . KJ, 9 J' TVIARIAN EDITH HOLMES Savin' fl-lyxelf For You. 314, Eighth St.5 General Cour:'e5 Friendship I-85 Volleyball I, 3.- 5, 75 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 85 Baseball 2-45 Tennis 5-75 Leaders 4-85 Athletic "E"5 Athletic Pin5 Nlac- Dowell Chorus I, 25 Girls' Glee 3-55 slr. A Cappella 65 Sr. A Cap- pella 7, 85 Band 5-85 Players 7-85 Hiking I-8. ALICE AIAE HQJIJVER Alina Blue Gozcn. 207 Princeton Ave.5 G e n e I' al Course5 Alliance High, Alliance, O. I-35 Orchestra 2-4: Hiking 5 -- 65 Tennis 75 Office VVorker 7, 8. RICHARD CHARLES HoI1KINs I G0 For That. R.D. 2, Elyria5 General Course Herald Staff 6. ROBERT.-X JEAN HUVVENSTINE Eenie, Aleenie, Illinie, Aloe. 8I6 Park Ave.5 General Course5 Leaders' 4-85 Girls' Glee 25 Sr. A Cappella 3-85 -lr. Friendship I-45 Sr. Friendship 5-85 Players' 4-85 Herald 7-85 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 35 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 75Tennis I, 3,- 5, 75 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 hlr. Class Treasurer5 Tonight at Eight 35 Athletic Guard 85 National Honor 6-85 Extemp Speaking 8. l'lELEN ILONA HRIVNAK AI-11 Rfwrie. 365 Bond St.5 General Course, Volleyball I, 3, 55 Baseball I, 3. 55 Basketball 3, 55 Girls' Glee I. T-zventyszx KENNE1'l1 P. H L'1.s15 fllonzlny Jlorniug. 715 lf. River St.5 General Course. NV11,1.1.m1 I". Hrxivniuzv fllwl flu' lfmf of Jly llwlrl. IOS VV. Bridge St.5 General Courseg Liglitweight Football 3- 65 Heavyweight Football 7-85 -I r. Hi-Y 3-4. AR1'11l'R P12T12R HL'TT I Double Dart' You. 218 lf. Ninth 8t.5 General Conrseg Football 1, 3, 5, 7. Ro1z1z1zT Uox.-11.11 HYs121.1, fd Ratllw' Br' Riyllf. 115 Floral Ct.: General Conrseg Hi-Y 35 lllonitor 7-8. l.15w1s B1cRN.-xizn lvlis Sittin' on ll Log, Peftin' illy Dog. 318 Sumner 8t.g General Conrse5 l'll'l'Sllll12lll Track 2. I 1l'l'Ilfjl3'c"i'l'II RUTH EILEEN LIJXCKSUN .1in't 1illiXbPllfl1ViI1'. R.U. 3, Ford Rcl.5 Gene ral Conrse5 jefferson -lr. High 1, 2. FRANK J. -l'ANL's Wyear That Smile. 1326 VV. River St.5 Gene ral Conrse5 Basketball 1-45 Golf 4, 6. UoRo'rHY IVIAE .I 1eN141Ns Theres I1 l'l11l'lI'ZC'Il-V Look in Your Eye. 212 Fourth St.5 General Course5 Friendship 1-8 and Cabinet 5-85 Leaders' 4-85 Latin 45 All-Star Basketball 65 Athletic Pin and Guardg Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Basket- ball 2, 4., 6, 85 Volleyball 1, 3, 5,- 75 Athletic "E"5 llaellowell IQ Glee 2-45 Sr. A Cappella 5-85 l,ibrary Ass't. 3-85 Tennis 1, 3,- 5, 75 Hiking 1-7. EDWIN D. joHNs lfifhouf illy PVall'i11g Stirlx R.U. 2, Elyriag General Courseg llovie VVorker 2-8. MAE -Ionxsox 've Got ll Guy. VVest Ave.g General Course, rlendship 1-8 and Cabinet 7-85 6-85 Illacllowell 1-45 A Cappella 5-65 Sr. A Cappella 7-85 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Basket- ball 2, 4, 6, 85 Tennis 3, 55 Base- ball 2, 4, 85 Athletic Ping Athletic "Eng Hiking 1-4. xv fb" A f. H 1 .4 ill Eli iris .fm , X ' . 1- ' 1 w ...faifuefwlg llmammmumugww 5, 1 N lm. V 4.1, "it,1.e11r .,:., - .Q lgielle QTEHL Ullllnung 'K 3 NL L5 iv i2i'?!f lm Q' 5 1...-WW'-1 gg ,Q M5 : IIII In llllliiii "" lj 1 ,fe , ,i . - ire felflvf i u Linn.. FIN.. ,ii ,XXX 'Ii nn. A 554 .till iIjjIii . i .::1l A 1'!l!IllW ,Y 'Jul -. '-, "f" ff' 7- ' , -- 1. ' -. ' . IJ- 1939 INIARY K. KAISER Szveet Someone. 430 Lodi St.5 General Course5 jr. Friendship I-4, CPres. I, 25 5 Sr. Friendship 5-8, CPres. 7, 855 Leaders' Group 4-85 Volleyball I-75 Basketball 2-85 All-Star Basketball 65 TeIInis I-75 Elyrian Staff 5-85 National Honor5 Baseball5 Athletic "Eng Athletic Pin and Guardg Cefeteria Helperg Oflice Ass't. 5, 65 Library Ass't. 2-43 Hiking 1-65 Sapientes 45 Organization Committee on Student Participation. MARTHA JOAN KLOPP Choir-Stieks. 200 Fifteenth St.5 General Courseg Volleyball 3-65 Basketball I-65 Hiking 3-65 Baseball 5, 65 Sr. Friendship 7, 85 Cafeteria Helper 5-85 "You Can't Take It With You". HELEN IQALMAR Deep In A Dream. 149 VVoodford Ave.5 General Course5 Cafeteria Helper I-85 Library Assistant 7, 8. PATRICIA NVORIXIA IQOLBE fllama, That flloon Is Ifere Again. 322 Lake Ave.5 Commercial Course5 Oflice Ass't. IQ Orchestra IQ Friendship I-85 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 2, 65 Hiking 3-75 Library Ass't. 7, 85 Tennis 3, 5, 75 lXIonogram5 Athletic HE". AGNES J. KAPCAR Put Your Heart In A Song. 129 Flbe St.5 General Course5 Friendship I-8 and Cabinet 5-65 Leaders' Group 7-85 Tennis 3, 5, 75 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 85 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 75 Baseball 4-65 Athletic UE". NICHOLAS JOHN KOLOPOS 1 Won't Take No For An Answer. 340 Foster Ave.5 Scientific Course5 Football I-85 Basketball 4, 55 Monitor 3-7. flDoN VV. KEATING S X -is I So Little Time. I87 Beebe Ct.5 General Courseg Players' Club 6-85 Track 1, 6, 8. NANCY KOPLIN "Donkey" Serenade. 825 West Ave.5 General Course5 Friendship I-85 Leaders' Group 5-85 Players' 6-85 National Honor 6-85 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Basket- ball 2, 4, 6, 85 All-Star Basketball 65 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Tennis 3,- 5, 75 lVIacDowe1l IQ Glee 23 jr. A Cappella 3-65 Sr. A Cappella 7, 85 Athletic "Eng Athletic Pin and Guard5 Hiking I-85 Latin 4. JOHN T. KELLY Unfaithful. 500 Park Ave.5 General Course5 Jr. Hi-Y I-45 Boys' Chorus I-45 Ir. A Cappella 5-65 Sr. A Cappella 7-85 Nlonitor 7. FRANK G. KosA, JR. Sophisticated Swing. 415 Foster Ave.5 General Course5 jr. Hi-Y 65 jr. A Cappella 5, 65 Sr. A Cappella 65 Sr. Hi-Y 8. Twentyeiglzt 1939 HELEN ANN KosTYo I'll Get By. I42 Irondale St.3 Commercial Course. EDWARD j. KUCHAREK I Live the Life I Love. 444 W. Eighth St., General Course. FRANCES AKIARY KOZEL "Senorita". 633 VVest St., General Coursey Basketball 2, 65 Volleyball 3, 5. HELIZN MARY KKFSINSKI When Illy Dreamboat Comes Home. 420 Kenyon Ave., Commercial Course, Friendship Club I-83 Basket- ball 1-85 Volleyball 3-8. KORNIELIA Kozmlr: On Ihr Sentilllfntrll Side. 229 Beech St., Commercial Course. W1LL1A1x1 LAHIFF Tijrjry Tifrpy Tin. 81215 NVest Ave., General Course, Track 3-6, 83 Monitor 6-83 Light Squad SQ Spanish 6-8. MARGARET ANNE IQRAPP The Clzampagrze Waltz. 545 Broad St.: General Course, Spanish 7. Esru ER LoL'1sE LAW -X.. - fllufiny in the N11rsery.C'rI4 K stop 6, Lake Ave. , General 1dship Cl b 1-8, Volleyball 1, 3, 75 Basketball 1-4, 7, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Players' 6, 7, 83 Hiking I-4, 7, 85 Boosters' 3, 49 llfIacDowell Chorus 35 Glee Club 4j jr. A Cappella 5-65 Sr. A Cappella 7-83 "Growing Pains" 6g Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. .IOHN CHARLES KRU1-ELAK I'm In .1 Ifnppy Frame of fllind. 711 Foster Ave., General Coursey Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. ELSIE J. LENGEL Sweet As fl Song. 251 VVest River St., General Course. rPF-'R 1. " K. "' H ' f Six, V ' Tzvenlynine A l :Iv - 1 g,m , 1.11111 L 1 1 f f i n ll 'A fr 'Mill' 'V -Elll1 . I ' 4- IJORIS joAN I,,1zoNA1uJ Low Is Good For .lnylhiug Thnf Jils You. R.D. 21 General Courseg Cl1orus 3- 4- l,oIs Uokorrn' L12scH12R liz' Optimislir. 2 Laura Ct.g General Course: 'lCfl.l'l'S0ll slr. High I, 2 g Friendship . . , . - 2, 7, 8, Latin 4, Xolleyball I, 3, 5, Basketball I, 3, SQ Hiking I-8, VVriters' 7. NV11.1.1.xA1 FRANK Loan fitl1'rh11g .l!llll1I0l'l'F. 210 N. Olive St.: General Coursey jr. Hi-Y 2-4.3 Fresh. Football IQ Light. Football 2-5, Herald Staff 6, Latin 43 Spanish 5-85 Nlonitor 4,-8' I ight Squad 6, Fl 'rian Staff , J . .y 8, Sr. Hi-Y 8. Ii1,1.Y IiRxA I.oTH12R I Ijllll Drranz, Can? I. R.IJ. I, lflyriag General Course, Eaton High 1, 25 Glee Club I, 2: Library Assistant 7. .ADA-BlEl.l.E I,oL'Ns1zRoL'G1-1 1JI'I1llil'5 Frou: I 1l'Il4l'l'II. 322 Prospect St., Commercial Course, Tennis 1, 3, 55 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 7, Baseball 2, 4.3 Basket- ball 7g Athletic Ulf". ff' Tfyf Y W v ,l 4 M VL 1151 51411111 lll,WII ,, -sf , 1 I Ii . 9 RIARY JANICE I1L"'l'lT 1 Go For That. 230 Gates Ave.g General Course, Friendship Club 5-8, Glee Club 1-6. VVARUA JOANNE I,YoN llmrt and Soul. 14.4 Lake Ave. 5 C o111111e 1' c i al Coursey Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 7 5 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 8, Hiking 5, 65 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 8, Friendship I, 2 g Athletic "F", l'IaelJowell 2-.tg Girls' Glec 5 Q slr. A Cappella 6-8, ICRAIA A. lh'IClJANlELS Seeing and S-zvny. 115 Bath St., General Course, Volleyball I, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 8, Hiking 5-8, Athletic "IC", Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Friend- ship Club I-4. JAMES W. 1hICciREGOR Lorh Lomond. 513 E. River St., General Course. JOHN NV1I.1.1Ax1 1hICcll'lRlf This Is The Life. 400 Kenyon Ave. Q G e ll e 1' al Course, jr. Hi-Y 1-5, Football 3-7- Thzrly IDOROTHY MCKEE You Couldrft Br Cider. 519 VV. River St.g Commercial Course, Jefferson -lr. High I-2, Glee Club I 5 Volleyball I 3 Basket- ball 2g Friendship Club I. JAMES BRUCE MCNV1I.1.IAIx1s Wlifl You RFIIIFIIIIIFV Tonight Tonzorrozv? 124 Harrison St., Gene r al Coursey jr. Hi-Y 3-4. llANNAH JEAN MACDONALD llaw You Ever Bern Lonely? 811 East Ave., General Course, Basketball 5, 75 Volleyball 5, 73 Hiking 4-85 Tennis 75 Baseball 65 Friendship Club 6-7g Blind River High, Ontario I-4. ROIIERT ROE BIACIJONALD Laugh and Call It Low. 310 Fifth St.: Scientific Coursey Airplane I Qr1iI'ZlCli 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 83 Players' 6-85 Herald Staff 7-8, lllonitor 5-8. ROSE MALICI4 Ron' of Tralee. I64 VVOOclbury St.g Commercial Coursey jr. Friendship 3, .ig Sr. Friendship 5, 65 lWacDOwell I, 25 Glee Club 3-55 Volleyball 4-65 Basketball 4, Hiking 4-63 Base- ball 4-6. 9 ROBERT KENNETH BIARKEL Illy Buddy. QI I Middle Ave. 5 G en e r al Coursey Band 6, 7. I WW AN'FHONY J. BIARSICO Wlzrn Gabriel Blows I-Iii Horn. 320 Fast River St. 3 G en e r al Courseg Band I-85 Orchestra 7, 8. JULIAN A. MAsI.YIc Take file Out lo the Ball Game. ISO Bath St.g General Course, Jefferson Jr. High I ,23 fr. Hi-Y 3, 45 jr. Basketball 29 jr. Foot- ball IQ Football lllanager 3, 5, 72 Sr. Hi-Y 5-S. PAUL VVILSON BIAYNARD Liftlz' fllan Yozffuz' llazl J Busy Day. 324 Fifth St., General Coursey Amherst High School I-4. VIRGINIA I. NIERTZ Prelty Girl Is Like fl fllelody. I303 Bank St.g General Course. Q ,T -, V' 1 bi i fl F l , :N .. . I'hIrtyo11c - 17' -' ' X ' 1 :II llll Eeii 1 I It . it I I I wil 'Il ,N I L My HI? -I : ' I Fil fill s lllifl 1939 HARRIET JOSEPHINE MEYER Stop and Reronsider. 409 Park Ave.5 General Course5 Friendship Club 1-8. KATHRYN MARIE MISCHKA I'm Dependable. 232 Harrison St.5 General Courseg Friendship Club 1-85 Basketball I, 55 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Baseball 2, 4, 65 Chorus I, 3, 41 Glee Club 5, 6. DAVID MILLER Cowboy From Brooklyn. 174 Erie St.5 General Course. BETTY MAE MITCHELL Waiting To Gro-zu. R.D. 3, Elyria Ave.5 General Course5 Ridgeville High 1, 25 Volley- ball 2, 41 Basketball 25 Chorus 1. KENNETH ELLIOT MILLS Black M agic. 144 Brandtson Ave.5 General Course. JACK H. NIONROE The Kia' Called Corrigan. 239 Cornell Ave.5 General Course. A. LELAND ROBERT MINCH Better Lurl' Nea-t Time. 124 Cornell Ave.5 General Courseg Freshman Track 25 Varsity Track 4, 6, 85 Cheerleader 35 Light Squad 65 Herald Staff 6. TONY C. lVIONTAGNESE The .lllinistrel Boy. 315 Eighteenth St.5 General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Fresh- man Football I 5 Freshman Basketball 25 Freshman Track 25 Light- weight Football 5. RICHARD A. NIINNICH dm I In Ano-ther World. 417 VVest Twelfth St. 5 General Course. LTARY ELIZABETH Moss Blame It On Youth. 31615 Sixth St.5 General Courseg Friendship 7-85 Spanish 5, 7, 8. .-ff I, -I V35 .F , GL lf' if 5x4 , fl3g.'?'?f,I.1lIlll llhiii' :li Thzrtytfwo 13 . I Ill I2 Q1l'N'Ey5 III ljlll 'Hmm ' .1 ' 'Y ' Aunlh f r-Qgvgf ll 'ill .. "1 :anim "I ' uni 5 15' F i t -Tl, qpiga wise 1' fel 1939 TSRNNK Raywloxlm lNIoT'ro1.,x Big Clzief Dz'SoI11. 120 Chase St.3 General Course3 Freshman Club I, 2. ITOYCE lxI.'XRCEI.l.A N1eHo1.s Lrzuglz Your lfay Through Life. 538 Lodi St.3 General LTOIIFSCQ 411, Friendship I-43 Sr. Friendship 5-S3 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 72 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, S3 Tennis 3, 5, 73 Spanish 6-S3 lXIacDowell Chorus 1, 23 Athletic HF". A1.1'x N.-xox' .Ill fllixnl Up. 541 lrondale Ave.: General QXOLIYSQQ Chorus I-33 Football llgr. 6-83 Basketball 6-7. ,low L. Nokswoarin' Slmulzl 1. 426 Lorain Blyd,3 Commercial Course3 Jr. A Cappella 3, 4: Sr. A Cappella 5-S3 l"riendship 1-83 Library Ass't. 3, 43 Leaders' Group3 Volleyball 1-83 Basketball 1-83 Tennis 3-83 Baseball 1-S3 Hiking 63 -lr. aizd Sr. Friendship Cabinets. Doizornv CATHERINE NAU T'0ll,7'F .111 EI1lllY1fi0II. 563 Dewey Ave.3 Connnercial Course3 Office Ass't. 1, 23 Friendship 1-S and Cabinet 1-S3 Leaders' G1'oup 7-83 National Honor 6-83 Base- ball 2, 4, S3 Basketball 2, 4, 6, S3 Tennis 3, 5, 73 Hiking 3-S3 Library Ass,t. 3-73 Cafeteria Aid 7, S3 Athletic "F" SQ Athletic Pin 7. l"l.xR1u' ICDGAR NoT1.EY, IR. I Jin? Goin' to Pfori' Nomore. 228 Gates Ave. 3 General Course: New Trier Twp. High, XVinnetha, lll. 1-23 Senn High, Chicago, lll. 3-63 Glee Club 1-33 Spanish 3-4. .Axl.IClE BIERNICIE Niex-1o1..xs fl Lifffr' Bi! llJlI,f'f7l'1ll1'l'Ilf. 214 Princeton Aye.3 General LYOUTSCQ Friendship 1-S3 Volleyball 3, 5, S3 Library Ass't. 6-83 Leaders' Group 7, 83 Basketball 1, 3, 5 9 Hiking 5, 63 Spanish 6-S3 Tennis 2, 4, 63 Athletic "FH: Athletic Pin 7. CH.xR1.12s F. Nov.-xx lflml Goes U11 Herr' III .lly l1e'a1'I. 469 Oxford St.3 Commercial Course3 Football 1-4. L12s1.112 C1..fwToN N101-1o1..-is Blur' and Sl'lI'fillll'IIfIlI. 214 Princeton Ave. 3 General Courseg Joliet, Ill. 1 3 Basketball 2, 3-53 Varsity Basketball 6-S3 Sr. Hi-Y 5-83 Football lllgr. 63 Library Ass't. 4-73 lNIonitor 63 Track 53 Tennis 4, 6. Ronnur U. Omuxcek .lusf Before the Battle, fllother. 145 Clark St.3 Scientific Courseg jr. Hi-Y 1-43 Lightweight Foot- ball 33 Heavyweight Football 5, 73 Sapientes 4. rwa , A, 1 y'lIiI'fj'fllI'!'!' Y X lll X ll ll 1 ,M A , ull ' 1: 'A A V-.1 ,y L A -it J if ,X-3-3153, Q r .',,. E w53 l' V I, 1 .Ulf i ll? lil E153 .T llil lg QE 11.1114 CHARLES E. QUREA Harmony In Ilarlfnz 327 Lake Ave.5 General Course. RL'TH MART1-1A OSTROV So Ilrlp flle. 308 E. Hgts. Blvd. 5 G e n e r al Course5 Volleyball I-75 Baseball 1-65 Basketball 1-65 Tennis 3, 5,- 75 Leaders' 7, 85 Friendship 1-8 and Cabinet 1, 2, 7, 85Chorus 1-25 Glee Club 3-55 Athletic "Eng Boosters5 Athletic Pin. VERNE L. LEVERDEER, JR. IfVr'll Get A Bang Out of Life. 631 Nliddle Ave.: General Course5 Freshman Basketball 1-2. VICTOR PALICKA I Low' to Ride Ihr? Iiorxes on the fllfrry Go Round. 231 Woodford Ave.5 G e n e r al Course5 Light Squad 7. C wr gfaiisnnnmilm ' N l Q. 9 T. FRANK PAw1.1Krm'sK1 Smolv' Gets in flly Eyes. 124 Garvin Ave. 5 General Course-5 Football 7 5 jefferson jr. High 1-2. JUSEPHINE M. PERKUSKY Come joxeplzimf In Aly Flying Jillllfllillf. 223 Erie St.5 Commercial Course. . f - '. s. rr 1. 1 I A R CTA Axis' PETER lVit 1 14 Sorfq In Aly Ileart. Stop 8, Lake Ave. 5 G e n e r a l Coursey Volleyball 1-85 Basketball 1-85 Baseball 1-85 Hiking IQ .yr Ve Friendship I-25 Sr. Friendship 5-65 MacDoxx'ell 25 Jr. A Cappella 33 Sr. A Cappella 4-85 Leaders' 5-8. CATHERINE Reiw PELNDT Holiday. 356 VV. Second St.5 Generalg lWaeDowell I-23 Glee Club 5-65 Jr. A Cappella 7, 85 jr. Friend- ship 1-4.5 Sr. Friendship 5-6. VEI.BI.A L. P1x1.EY Sweet Is The Word For You. R.D. 2, LaGrange5 Gene r al Course. ff-5 'I PEW' xrlfgfffz HH ig1'w,g,iifq1l11 lufllll 'il Thirlyfour 5 II 'u l Fllil iz 55 n '51 llll 1, 1, ' -. 2212- w r T -H.-.- i' iii--2 " . ,nl kilTORGlE PoG.xN I Could Kiel' Hlyself. 1322 VV. River St. 3 Gene ral Course3 lklonitor 23 Library Asslt. 83 Spring Football 4. jo11N ALITRIYID Poi..-xEsE14 llillfll .lolm IJOIIIFA' illarelling llome. 602 VV. Fifteenth St.3 Ge11eral Courseg Basketball 5. .lL'l.ll.'S STEVE Poxm' 'l'l1f're'.v nl Raiabmc' 'Round lily Slmulrler. 225 VV. River St.3 General Course. Rn' I-IARRISON Posr llappy Jr il Lark. 4.1.5 Tenth St. General Course blonitor 1, 2, 5-8-9. NV11.1.1A1x1 AIONROE POXVELL .luxt Plain Bill. 531 Eleventh St.3 General Courseg Light. Football 3, 51 Sr. Hi-Y 7-83 lllonitor 7-83 You Can't Take lt VVith You. I lzirtyfifve LUIS NI.-XRIE PRINDLE Flo-ze Gently, S-zceet Jflon. KU. 3, Elyria3 Ge11eral C0urse3 jefferson jr. High 1-23 Chorus 1-33 Volleyball 1-2. ANGEI..,X RI.-XRIE PRONESTI xl fllillion Dollar Baby. 1826 VVest Ave.3 General Courseg Friendship 1-83 Basketball 1-83 Volleyball I-83 Baseball 1-83 Tennis 5, 73 Herald Staff 63 Athletic HE". FRANK A. PROVENZA Wflhal Shall I Do. 176 Erie St.3 General Courseg Sandusky High School 1-3. LIVANET LoL'1sE R,-1wsoN I W07llf Tell fl Soul. 322 Sixth St.3 Classical Courseg Friendship 5, 63 Sapientes 5-83 Herald Staff 6. LIEAN F. REDINGTON The Lady In Rell. 209 Second St.3 General Courseg Hart -lr. High, Cleveland, O. IQ Friendship Club 83 Volleyball 1-83 Basketball 1-83 Chorus 3. 1 555 I-I an T. I. ,M tl E-'fill 111 i f glllll 1 2 af f. - llif A H' '1, Ax A' .V 13. 5 1 I ,,... Ml. S. N -if ,1 . Q -1 X--13,2 . 47", 'fr ' .- u , X--wc.. W- if 'Illl' 'll In 1939 HELEN LOUISE REESE Could Be. I I2 VVater St.3 General Courseg MacDowell Chorus I, 23 Glee Club 3-53 slr. A Cappella 63 Sr. A Cappella 7, 83 Basketball I, 3, 5, 71 Volleyball I, 3, 5,73 Baseball 2, 4, 63 Leaders' Group 7, 83 Friend- ship Club I-4, 7, 8. CIIRINNE IRIS RHoDES Yozfre Looking For Romamfe. 336 Seventh St.3 General Courseg lVIaCDowell Chorus I 3 Glee Club 2' Sr. A Cappella 3-83 Jr. Friendship 3, 43 Sr. Friendship 5-83 Volleyball I-43 Basketball I-4. JACK ll. REFENNING "Cowboy .lr1r,l". 2321 Stanford Ave.3 General Course3 Lightweight Football 3, 5 3 KIaCDowell Chorus I 3 Ir. A Cappella 2-63 lllovie Ass't. 3 3 lVIonitor 7, 8. .AARON F. RICHARDS fllr. Glzoff Goes To Town. XVest River' Rd : General Course3 Jefferson jr. High I, 21 slr. Hi-Y 3, 43 Herald Staff 6 'l'IIoAIAS B. REID I"1'r1linr1r:1l The Bull. 3724, Ninth St.: General Course3 Freshman Football I 3 Lightweight Football SQ lllonitor 6. NANCY' PoE RICHARDS Sfrir 111211 Sjmnislz. R.D. I, Oberlin, General Courseg Spanish 6-8. BILL RENZ fm .lust fl fiiterbug. -742 Harvard Ave.3 General Courseg Freshman Football I 3 Freshman Basketball I-23 Lightweight Football 3-6 Reserve Basketball 42 blonitor I 3 Cheerleader 7-83 Tennis 73 Freshman Club I-2. PAUL E. RICHARDS Coichoy From Brooklyn. 246 Harrison St.3 General Course3 Light Squad 31 Players' 7, 83 Cafeteria Helper 4-8. DoI.oREs LILLIAN RHEAM Beginners LHI'k. 121 VVater St.3 Commercial Courseg Sr. Friendship 7, 8. .ICNE FRANCES RICI-IWINE Dorf! Cry Little Girl. RO. Box 168, Elyria3 General Courseg Jr. Friendship I-43 lfxtem- poraneous Speaking 6g Sr. Friendship 5-8. H Q4 ,bv Hum '77 7lllil'fj'Tl.X w"" 4.41 ' -It 334 ' W,-' Q " ' llkl ,I H aul' + 3 I!'lblik ,-lim i .33 Qlllh 3 - 1 - ?2li"f ? ,I o :-" ' 7151--fi- " ' 4514 1939 EDWIN RIILES RoRsoN Bashful Lover. R.D. 1, Grafton, Ohiog General Coursey Band 3-85 Projeetionist l Club 2-85 Orchestra 4-6. RICHARD C. ROESEMANN flly Litflz' BUl'h'Hf00. 416 Ninth St.g General Courseg Ashland High, Ashland, Ohio I, 22 Sr. Hi-Y 6-85 lllonitor 7, 8. RICHARD E. Ro1zsoN Tulti Frllitti. 4 227 Denison Ave.g General Courseg Light Squad 4, 5. IQATHERINE KIARIE RoI,ING F Could You Past In Love. 144 Clark St.g General Courseg Basketball 2, 4, 65 Volleyball 3, SQ Friendship Club 1-8, Cafeteria VVorker 7, 83 Oflice Assistant 8. TED Ro11soN Kid In The Three Cormfred Pauls. A 1389 East Ave.g General Courseg Hi-Y 4. CLYDE KENNETH RYAN Ile 1-1in'r Got Rhythm. 320 Blaine St.g General Course. IJOROTHY RODGER .llifhy I1l0II!'l".9 Birtha'ay Party. 153 Riverside Ct.g Cominercial Coursey Basketball 1-83 Volleyball 1-8g Baseball 6. 1 W'11,1,1AA1 NICIQINNEY RYAN Every Lover Illust flleet His Fate. 1' 1212 Lake Ave.g General Courseg Freshman Football IQ Freshman Basketball 1, 23 Track 43 Hi-Y 4, 53 jefferson Jr. High I-2. IDORUTHY BIAE RODGERS , ' - Lost In flly Dreams. P' 332 Kenyon Ave.: General Course. 'N IRENE RYRARCYK X ii 110111 Thar co-fd. K-sf 2 201 East River St.g General Courseg Friendship I-S. N X 4' - li l ' Tl -. iii' ' Xi, ' lllfj7S!"l'l'I1 , All lim 7 Q U4 ,, .at i ng Q5 I mm 15156 5114 fg k' You Got llle. 294 E. Sixteenth St.3 G e ll e r al Course: Sr. A Cappella 4-83 Foot- ball I-33 Glee Club I-43 Band 5, 63 St. Paul's School, Norwalk I-43 Orchestra I-43 Track 2, 43 Basketball I-4. FVILLIAIXI STEPHEN SAnoLp GER.-XI.DINE KIAY SANDRIICK .lust Live .1 Pfhile and Dream. 352 F. Bridge St. 3 General Courseg lNlacDowell I-43 Glee Club 5-73 Hand 5-83 Orchestra 5-83 jr. Friendship I, 23 Volley- ball I, 3, 73 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 73 Hiking 6, 83 Athletic "Eng E.H.S. lxI0ll0gI'2llIlQ Boosters' 3, 4. DoRoTHY VIRGINIA SCHEIIIEL Could You Pass in Low? 248 Spruce St.3 C om 111 e r c i al Courseg jefferson Jr. High I-23 Volleyball I-43 jr. Friendshipl-43 Oflice Ass't. 7, 83 Baseball I-43 Hiking 3, 4, 53 Chorus I, 2. DIARY LOLAISE SCHENEIELD l Low lo lfalk in the Rain. Box I3, Flyriag General Course3 Baseball 23 Hiking 5, 63 Volley- ball 5, 6. EVGENE ALLEN SCHMIDT 11's .4 Lonely Trail. 3II Cleveland St.: lylanual Arts Course. ,.,7! 4 Y, ff ,j-. Xff-f Hf N Ly' -LQ -X, .If-4 , ggr a f ll llifdl HH .IIII Iillll liu .ll- . 9 DORCITHY NIAE SCHRINER Please Come Out of Your Dreams. 442 VV. Sixth St. 3 General Courseg jefferson Jr. High I-2. LILY ELIZABETH SCHRIIEDER PVIIFH llfy Drmnz Boat Comes llome. 830 Bond St.3 General Course3 Volleyball 5. RUTH L. SCHROETER Wlzzlt 1-Ire You Doing the Rest of Your Life. lOO8 East Ave. 3 C om IH e r c i al COLIYSCQ lNIacDowell I-25 Glee Club 3-43 Ir. A Cappella 5-63 Sr. A Cappella 7-8. f2l,'EENA BIAE SCOTT X' gp Red Sails in the Sznzset. , 555 Cleveland St. 3 G 6 Il e r al Courseg lN'IacDowell I-21 Glee Club 32 Jr. A Cappella 43 Sr. A Cappella 5-83 Friendship 3-4, 5-83 Boosters' 3-43 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 73 H i k i n g 5-83 Athletic "Eng Leaders' 7-83 Tennisg Athletic Pin3 Basketball 4, 6, 8. LILA LEoNA SEAIIoLo Yozfre fl Siveetlzeart. 447 VV. River St. 3 Gene r al Courseg jr. Friendship I-45 Sr. Friendship SQ Volleyball I, 2, 63 Boosters' 3-4. Thirtyeight LAVAVGHN RIARIE SEARIGHT D1l71l'i715l Iflyitlz Tears in flly Eyes. 233 Third St. General CouI'se5 Friendship I-8 aIId CabiIIet 7, 85 Maellowell 1-45 jr. A Cappella 5-75 Hiking 2 5 VVriters' ClIIb 6-85 Boosters' Clubg You Can't Take It VVith You. MARY SEDERIS All You lffant To Do Is Danrc. 503 Fast Ave.5 General CoIIrse5 Friendship I-85 llIacDowell I-45 Girls' Glee 55 jr. A Cappella 65 Sr. A Cappella 7-85 Leaders' 7-85 Volleyball I-75 Basketball I-85 Baseball 25 Hiking I. -, XX -J X FSTI-IIQR LoI'IsIs SEIQKINS California Herr I Come. R.lJ. 2, Flyria5 General Coursep jr. Friendship I-25 Sr. Friendship 7-85 ll'IaeDowell I-.55 Glee Club 5-75 Tennis 75 Hiking I-85 Base- ball lj Volleyball I, 5, 71 Basket- ball I, 7. AGATHA ANN SELIQA Iiill' Got If Porlrffuf of Drmnix. 220 Spruce St.: C o III III e I' e i al Course: ,lefferson slr. High I, 25 Jr. Friendship I-45 Sr. Friendship 5-75 Volleyball I-bi Basketball I-65 Baseball I-65 Tennis 4-75 Players' 7, 85 Hiking I-85 Leaders' 85 Athletic "Eng .Athletic Ping Boosters 3-4. LowI2I.I. FAY SELLERS 11076311 You Lilw Io Low fllr? 252 Harvard Ave.5 G e II e r al Course5 Airplane IQ Players' 5-85 Herald Staff 6. 9 RICHARD CHARLES SEIAIAN You. 208 Ohio St.5 General Course5 Fresh. Football IQ Football 3, 5,- 75 Heavy weight Basketball 3-85 Track 6, 8. DORIS EVELYN SEVERS lilly Bill. I36 E. Hgts. Blvd: General Course5 llIaeDo 'HL 25 Girls' Glee 35 jr. a iellalg., 55 Sap- ieII ' ' I I-85 National Ho or 6 5 eaders' 85 Basket- ball , 6, 85 Vcfflijball I, 3,- 5, 75 T Iis I, 3, 5, 75 Baseball 2, 4, 5 Hiking I-85 Athletic 'AEH5 thletie Pin and Guard5 All-Star Basketball 65 Boosters'. NAN ELIZABETH SHRYIICK Oh No, John. I26 Stanford Ave.5 G en e r al Course5 Sapientes 4-75 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 2, 6, 85 Base- ball 2, 4, 65 leaders, 5-85 jr. A Cappella 3-55 Tennis I, 3, 5, 75 National Honor 6-85 Library Asslt. 4-85 Athletic HFH5 Friend- ship 5, 6 and Cabinet 7, 85 Hiking I-85 Herald 7, 85 Grehestra 7, 85 Players' 7, 85 Boosters'5 Student Cabinet COIIIIIBUICCQ VVriters'. JEAN FRANCES Sums One In A Jllillion. R.D. 2, Flyria5 General Course. JOHN SIMON Big John Sperinl. V 301 Louisiana Ave.5 G e n e r al Course5 Freshman Football lj Varsity Football 5, 75 Slip Collector 6. I-Q .. Vfff " rv ,. 1 if fill EEE 7 ,art III Eel Ea yailiui M Y ill I I l 2 .. gfnv NTU P A, .I .K ' - 'ig N Yrs, 'l'l' "vw fp! 43.9 Claw 'ls , lf V9 'T 'I ,, llll llll llliai: iIf 'jLllllll,f , 'wma , limi ! 5.5 1939 JULIA T. SIIXTON April in llly Heart. 130 Woodford Ave.5 General Course5 Basketball 3, 5, 75 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Volleyball 7. EI.EANoR LoL'IsE SMITH Quiet Plafef. 102 Rush St. 5 General Course5 Friendship Club 1, 2, 7, 85 Volleyball I, 2, 5, 65 VVells High, Steubenville, O. 3, 45 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. INZATHLEEN MARIE SINNOTT Wlzen Irish Eyes Are Smiling. 375 Furnace St.5 General Course5 VVestbury High, VVestbury, Long lsland, N. Y. I-45 Leaders' Group 7, 85 Basketball 2-85 Tennis 5-65 Baseball 5-65 Sr. Friendship 5-S5 Athletic "Eng Volleyball 5, 75 Ping Pong' 5. lRVIN RAY SMITH Puzldin lleaa' ".lone.v". Murray Ridge, R.D. 3, Elyriag General Course NORRIA ELAINE SLUSHER I Can Get Along Wfithout You. 1213 VVest Ave.5 General Course5 Jefferson slr. High I, 25 Friend- ship Club 1-85 Tennis 3-85 Volleyball I-85 Basketball 1-85 Baseball 3-85 Hiking I-85 Athletic "E"5 Athletic Pin. LILLIAN C. SBIITH Shanghai Lil. 350 East! River St.5 Commercial Course5 Volleyball 1-85 Basketball 1-85 Baseball 2, 4, 85 Sr. Friendship 8. BETTY IVALEE SMITH I Get Along Wiflzout You l'1'ry lflell. R.D. 3, General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. PETER IMI. SMITI-I, JR. lllrzzl About lllusir. 3 441 Earl Ct.5 General Courseg Sapientes 45 Astronomers' Club 1-2 5 Players' 4-85 Jr. A Cappella 3-65 Sr. A Cappella 7, 85 Orchestra 5-85 A'You Can't Take It VVith You". EIJMLNIJ joI-IN SMITH Smiling Through. 110 Franklin St.5 General Course5 Basketball I-8. THOMAS R. SMITH You'-ve Got To Be A Football liero. 1410 East Ave.5 General Course5 Longfellow Ir. High, Lorain I, 25 Freshman Football I 5 Freshman Basketball I, 25 Lightweight Foot- ball 3, 55 Heavyweight Football 75 Reserve Basketball 45 Varsity Basketball 5-8. Forty 1939 71cA1L'Nn SMITH llflllll fill' Daren A131 lV1l1H11g CVIIIIP. 61 1 VVest Fifteenth St.3 General Course. V1Ro1N1,x ANN S1'RL'.xNeE Aly UNH. 237 Cambridge Ct.3 General Courseg Harding Jr. High, Lakewood Ohio: Friendship 2-43 Berea Highg Dramatic Club 71 Falls High Cuyahoga Falls. H 1f1.12N So1co1.owsK1 ,-I Little Hit of llmwlz. 1536 l.Voodford Ave.3 General Courseg Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Basket- ball 1-83 Baseball 2, 4, 6. Ro1sERT AI,.NN ST,-xNnEN Tlu'rf"x Something .-Ibouf ff So1a'ier. 222 PI Fourteenth St.3 General Courseg Jr. Hi-Y 1, 43 llfonitor SQ lllacllowell Chorus 31 Boosters' Club 5, 6. ERNEST HENRY SPERRY III!! l"ore'111'r 310114119 Bubbles. 117 Courtland St.3 General Courseg Light Football 51 Track 4-5. l3:'11N..x1a1i A. ST,xReH1z11.1. l'm Wlirllizlg. A 329 Fourth St.3 lVIanual Arts Course. l'lI.l.EN NIARIIE SPURE S A'!lfl'7'3" 1171111 z. 14,0 Spruce St.3 Commercial Courseg Friendship Club 1-63 Basket- ball 1-2. Ro11ERT IC. STEELE llnw You Tried Wlzezlties? 200 Harvard Ave.: General Courseg Band 4-8. BI..-NINE SPRAGUE lzlllbflfnll Alan. 341 Seventh St.3 General Courseg Lightweight Football 5, 6. HA1zo1,D IC. STEGMAN lerpers Creepers. 102 llflaleolm Ct.3 General Courseg Varsity Tennis 53 Intramural Basketball 4. Y l 1 A3212 1 .yr ' ' 'y sw .u' 1 -- N . , 1'01'1,w 11' - il: 1 i i 3 Eel 'X 1 at ri at 1 1 1" 1 ' lllll zlggjlix K- E.: BETTY JANE STUFFER You Ought To Be In Pirtures. 244 Boston Ave.3 General Course3 lVIacDowell 1-33 Glee Club 4-53 jr. A Cappella 63 Sr. Friendship 2, 7-83 Volleyball 1, 3, 53 Baseball 2, 43 Basketball 1, 3, 5. ELSIE A. STOLL Smiles. 1349 E. River Rd.3 Commercial Course3 Sr. Friendship 3, 45 Base- ball 2, 43 Volleyball 1, 3, 53 Basketball 1, 33 Library Ass't. RALPH R. STROHSACK I Love A Parade. R.D. 3, Elyria3 General Course3 Jefferson jr. High I-2. joAN EILEEN Sw1NDL1NG Jllonday Illorning. 415 Park Ave.3 General Course3 Friendship 1 8 and Cabinet 8 ' 7, I Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 72 Varsity "E"3 Athletic Pin3 Baseball 2, 4, 63 Glee Club 2- The Enem 73 5 I Y Players' Clubg Leaders' 4-8. lZL1zA1zET1-1 C. SYLTE Blue Jlloon. 217 VVolf Ct.3 General Course. 5-'I ,?"'1"ii .1 in X .1111 11:11-ffm, llllll ll nn III A -in ml-v. 1" 21' 6111.11.73-' 1, - grip" fee' iw, 'fm vin- i Ill ,I Egimm g f :jill liliiin in Llljwyl HHH . 3 mlallll 'iYg!'Q':w1 " , ,Q , f,':.'.f ' vgfggi-A ' A W Y-. 4 .. A-f A 93 lb1ARGARET ANN TAKACS flfoon Glow. R.D. 2, Lorain3 General Course3 jefferson -lr. High 1, 23 Office Ass't. 1, 23 jr. Friendship 1, 23 Sr. Friendship 5, 63 Baseball 4, 63 Volleyball 1, 3, SQ Sapientes 43 Herald Staff 7, 83 Hiking 1-63 Library Assistant. JACK R. TARRY, ja. Sonny Hoy. 4.19 Sixth St.3 Scientific COLIYSTQ Light. Football 3, SQ Tennis 73 Heavy. Football 73 Fresh. Football 1 3 Fresh. Basketball llflanager I-21 Track 8. XQLQ ALEgCfTAY'LOR 4416XI1llI1l'l',S Rngiinu' Band. 505Vz East Ave.3 Commercial Courseg Hi-Y 3, 43 Amherst High 1-23 Basketball 1, 2, 5, 6. H.4ZEL JEANETTE FFAYLOR Blondie. R.D. 3, Elyria,3 General COLIYSCQ jefferson Jr. High3 jr. Friendship I-2. HELEN JEAN TAYLCJR I Gave lily Heart iluvzy. R.D. 3, Elyria3 General Courseg Jefferson jr. High 1, 23 jr. Friendship 1-4 and Cabinet3 Base- ball 2, 4, 6g Volleyball 1, 3, SQ Library Assistant 6-8. Fortytu o Rol:ERT E. TERREL1. I lfax Doing JH Right. 250 Harwood Aye. 5 G e n e r a l Course. RICHARD LEE rFH.-XYER, -TR. I Cried For You. 231 Denison Ave. 5 G e n e r al Courseg Fresh. Football IQ Fresh. Track 25 Varsity Track 3, 4 Tennis 55 Football 6. Iimm TWIAE Tuomfsox P17110 Blow Out lhe Flame? 905 East Ave.5 General Course Friendship 1, 2, 5-85 Leaders' 6-8 Basketball 6, 85 Tennis 5, 7 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 75 Athletic "E'l5 Athletic Pin . f-J R.. RonERT CHARLES Tuoxufsox Once In if Ufhile. 247 Boston Ave.: General Course Sri: Tolucxo Street Sue. 125 Waverly St.: General Course 939 ELVERA ToTH flliles fljmrt. 878 W. River St.5 Commercial Course5 Jefferson jr. High I'2Q Sr. Friendship 55 Volleyball 3,45 Basketball I, 21 Chorus I-5. NIARGARET JOSEPHINE Torn Ilappy Days Aire Here A-Igain. 324 VVashington Ave.5 General Course5 Oberlin High I-21 Chorus 25 Friendship 5, 65 Volleyball 3, 4. EDNA MAY VFOYVNSEND Day After Day. 452 Earl Ct.5 General Course5 lVIacDowell I, 25 Glee Club 3-55 jr. Friendship 1-45 Sr. Friendship 5, 65 Basketball 2, 4, 65 Volley- ball I, 3, 55 Baseball I-6. VVARD B. 'TRAVERS Same Old Line. 241 Stanford Ave.5 S c i e n t i f i c Course5 Slip Collector 2, 4, 65 Movie Ass't. 3, 45 Library Ass't. 5, 65 Cheerleader 3, 41 Players' 6-85 Track Mariager 7, 85 Radio Club 3-6. ETTABELLE E. LlNDERHILL On The Good Ship Lolli-Pop. II6 St. Clair St.5 General Courseg Leaders' 5-85 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 85 Baseball 1-85 Tennis 1, 3, 5, 75 Athletic "EH: Volley- ball I, 3, 5, 75 Athletic Pin and Guard. i t ,WF:M.Wa li 5? Wil XT. . - Nh . ' l"o1'fyil1ree "' EE 7 '- H' if T-A ll lillil 4 :mi . iii ME till A ll 1 -2 .. 'H' En' . :Em-,f1,, ,' l wlaliseaes A P ' i ' A ' .. il.,,x- . f'N if A5 inn num ' . ' 'PZ-.."f ry." 'I Pzf: 1 l. f u , Fa i-2 3 '-f. -'1 'M HE err,-arflt H ' 'BH-H'I"1 3 .s :Trillium llllllldgg llhli j' fl T' Vp.. llulf, 5' " . , 'lef.1i,f,f,:7f ""f' , . , . 1939 lXI.-WNARD XVESLEY UNGER Night .ft Is-see-kes. 401 Second St.3 Scientific Coursey Cheerleader 3-63 Boosters' 3. 43 Jr. H-Y 2-43 Sr. Hi-Y 5-83 Cafeteria VVorker 3-83 Freshman Basket- ball I-23 Varsity Basketball 7-8. TJOROTHY KIAE V1ETzEN A70 Regrets. 1021 Foster Ave.3 General Courseg Jefferson jr. High 1, 23 Friend- ship Club 1-83 Leaders' Group 7-83 Glee Club 1-33 lVIacDowell Chorus 43 Sr. A Cappella 5-83 Baseball 1-83 Tennis 1-83 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 83 Athletic "E" 5 3 Athletic Pin and Guard 7. HAROLD B. XTANVVALKENBURG Prg 0' flly Heart. 710 East Ave.3 General Course. BIILDRED ELAINE VVAGNER 1'-ve Got .1 Ilmrt Full of Ilfusir. 113 Harvard Ave.3 General Coursey lNIovie VVOrker 4, 5, 7. ANDREW XXTARGO Will They fllixs Jlle Wlzen fm Gone. 1616 TVest Ave.3 General COUl'SCj Tennis 73 Freshman Basketball I-23 Intramural Basketball 4. Lois ELLEN VVALKDEN Singing Illy Troubles Away. Stop 616, Lake Ave.3 General Course3 Jefferson Jr. High 1, 23 Office Assistant 21 Chorus 1 3 Volleyball 1 3 Herald Staff 5. FRANK XTARGO Brmuse Yozfre You. 308 VV. River St.3 General Course. HELEN xVAZX'NlAK l7Vfe,l'fnd of Il Private Secretary. 1304 YVest Ave.3 General Course3 Oflice Ass't. 7, 83 Sr. Friendship 7, 83 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 83 All-Star Basketball 51 Athletic "E"3 Hiking 5-83 Baseball 6. GEORGE C. XAEHLBER lVl1at's the Name of That Song? 160 Beebe Ct.3 General Courseg Freshman Football IQ Freshman Basketball I-21 Lightweight Football 31 Reserve Basketball 3-63 Varsity Football 5, 73 Moiiitor 3-83 Jr. Hi-Y. RIARCIA VVEBBER .411 American Girl. 129 Columbus St.3 General Course3 Ir. Friendship Cabinet I, 21 Friendship 1-83 Leaders' Group 4-83 Writers' 6-83 MacDowell Chorus I-2 3 Glee Club 2, 45 Basketball 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 1, 3, 5, 73 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Athletic "E" IQ Athletic Activities Pin and Guardg Hiking I-8. Fortyfour Fo r 1939 L1so FRANCIS NVERIQR Fvflllifl' Thr Only Smr. 1219 lVest A1'e.5 General Courseg rlr. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. BETTY ji-1x12 XV11.1.1.xx1s .111 TlI7'llI1ylI the Night. OOI Park A1'e.5 General Course RICHARD XNYARRFN lV121zN12R Uvllj' So Quirlz IZO3 Fast Art-.5 General Course. BI.-KRJORIIS INGRANI XK7lLI.I.-KMSON fllargir. 142 Clark St.5 General Courseg jr. Friendship I-25 Sr. Friendship 5-8. NoRA1.-1 l.0l'lSE XVEISMAN "flood" You. 150 Stanford Ave.5 General Course5 Jr. Friendship I-45 Sr. Friend- ship 4-S5 Glee Club 65 MaeDowell Chorus 1-5 5 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 5, 75 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 85 Tennis 3, 5, 75 Athletic "F," 65 Leaders! Group 7-8. ALMA Lo1'1sE lV11,ToN Fillllifl' J S1c'01'l Little IIIYIIIIIIPIZF. 220 Blarseilles Ave.5 General Course5 MacDowell Chorus I, 25 Glee Club 3-4.5 -lr. Friendship 3, 45 Herald Staff 65 Volleyball 4. FERRIER VV1-11Tn I Like To Uillistff. 338 Seventeenth St.5 General Courseg Lightweight Football 3, 55 Heavyweight Football 75 Freshman Football I. RoRERT F. VVo1.1f Wyllol' Jfrrlia' of the Big liilld Wfioff. 1 IS Fremont St.5 General Course. JOHN FRANCIS XVILHELMY 11's Thr Drmmer In 1119. R.IJ. 3, Elyriag General Course5 jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Freshman Football 1 5 Varsity Football 3, 5, 7. EDITH LL'C11.1.12 VVORTHINGTON f11'Il'fIj'X. 516 VV. River St.5 General Courseg jefferson jr. High 1-25 Glee Club IQ Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 75 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 75 Baseball 2, 4,- 6, 35 tIr.Friendship 1-25 Sr. Friendship 8. X :HF L L 'Rf' A 15,5555 ' , f-Jijll 111 V I Tw .1 1 1 lit!- I E lllll ffl if lil .7 ,lil BEVERLY JANE WRIGHT Ifearts and Flowers. 327 Stanford Ave.3 G en e r al Course3 MacDowell I 3 Glee Club 23 Jr. A Cappella 3-43 Friendship I-8 and Cabinet 5-63 Tennis I, 3,- 5, 73 Volleyball I, 3, 5, 73 Base- ball 2, 4, 6, 83 Basketball 2, 4,- 6, 83 Leaders' 5-83 Athletic Pin and Guardg All-Star Basketball 63 Library Assistant. HEI.EN LUCILLE VVRIGHT Hzzve You Forgotten So Soon? 245 Oxford Ct.3 General Course: MacDowell I-33 Girls' Glee 41 Jr. A Cappella 5, 63 Friendship I-83 Sapientes 41 Spanish 6-83 Basketball 2, 4, 63 Volleyball 3, 5 3 Baseball 2, 43 Herald Staff 6g Outside lylusic I-51 Cafeteria VVorker 7, 8. ROBERT L. YANKE Between A Kiss and A Sigh. 118 Lewis Ct.3 General Course3 Jr. Hi-Y I-33 Sr. Hi-Y 5, 63 Varsity Basketball 6-83 Football 3, 5, 73 Basketball I, 2, 4. i ,nfl Q fl ,ilml llilun Ir H 1939 HENRY A. WIZOREK Free Again. 143 Belliield Ave.3 Gene ral Course. EZRNTA MARIE YOUNGEBERG Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride. R.D. I, LaGrange3 G en e r al Course3 LaGrange High I, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Volleyball 5. LOIS MAE YOUTZY Kitten On The Keys. R.D. 3, Elyria3 General COLIYSCQ lVIacDowell I, 23 Glee Club 33 Jr. A Cappella 43 Sr. A Cappella 5-83 Library Ass't. 43 Band 5, 63 Friendship I-83 Orchestra 4. MATTHEW j'oE ZALESKI Sunday On The Green. 1513 VVest Ave.3 General COLIYSCQ Golf 3, 53 Football 33 Intramural Basketball 4. JAMES ANTHONY ZANGARI Shoe-Shine Boy. 336 Eighteenth St.3 G c n e r al Course. F z Y in IHIHM 'I or ysix ll I A I 1 I L 'I I .p c'.Lf'.-ff. " '-Z ', f 'A u,.,, I I , 1,fi1f""3 fl L' c I H hifi, .1 54,135 vllll ml i ff.-.la-3' I ll I n Iliklqiurll 'Q X N ,.. ,. .i VI I um, qdia, A HHH I il ll .uli.'3-.33'.3U" 'f PL. " , Fortyseven 1939 History of Class of 1939 as told' by a Senior interviewed by a Freshman, Sopho- more, Junior and another Senior. Fresh. Senior Fresh. Senior Fresh. Senior Fresh. Senior Fresh. Sojrh.: Senior Soph.: Senior Soph.: Senior Soph.: Senior Soph.: Senior ' "The Bishop Misbehaves" was the all-school play presented this year. -Ioan Q l can imagine vours was the greencst class of Freshmen this school has ever see11. How large was your enrollment anyway? We were Cand still arel a pretty first rate Freshman class, even though we did get in the wrong rooms. Our class numbered 546 in 1935. VVere there any new teachers during 1935-36? Mr. VV. O. McClellan succeeded hir. J. F. Brown as assistant to Supt. R. C. Maston. ' How did your basketball and football teams rank this year? Both squads stood second place in the Lake Erie League. The basketball team went to the state finals in Columbus after turning out victors in the sectional and district play. Vqere any improvements made in the school your first year? The Sr. A Cappella Choir purchased new navy blue robes. "Rose of the Danube", an o eretta was presented under the direction of '. hi. u n p Beck and Miss Nina Baker. TIME MARCHES ON. XVhat was your first thought on entering Sept. 1936 as a Sophomore? I think the whole class' first thought was to kid the new Freshies to death. lsn't that your trick this year? I guess Sophomores have always razzed the Freshmen and always will. Did any members of your Sophomore class take part in the all-school play? Bauer was the only member of our class to take part. They tell me your basketball team won the Lake Erie League Championship this year. Yes. The basketeers were defeated by the McKinley Bulldogs at Akron in all attempt to win the state championship. Were there any changes about the school during '36-'37? This year marked the end of the graduation of a mid-year class. Then several changes were made in the High School curriculum. Did the school present their Biennial Exhibit this year? The exhibit was presented on May 14, 1937. Earlier in the spring the public was entertained by a gym exhibit given by the girls' Physical Education classes. TIME MARCHES ON. Junior: VVere there changes in the faculty this year? Senior Junior Senior Two new teachers were added to the staff. They were Miss Josephine VVilc0x and hir. Howard Huston. Miss Georgiana Taft left to marry Mr. Russell Francis. Miss Phyllis Pearson replaced Miss Betty Roberts who had been secretary to Principal C. P. Shively for six years. : What changes occurred in and about the school? All the rooms and the halls in the Tech building were repainted land of course someone had to always bump into the paintb. Sound proofing was in- stalled in the cafeteria, music room and auditorium and a new floor was laid '..f 'A . . X t-W-'ilu if ll A S if ,zizr amliit 471 1111? 1939 - in the gymnasium. The women teachers' rest room West of the office was re- modeled to accommodate the work of Assistant Principal J. D. Severs and the High School clerk, Miss Margaret Herold, While Principal C. P. Shively's oEice was also enlarged. ' Another change was the elimination of the one minute Warning bell at the end of each period. Remember the rush everyone made to gather his books and Irake up for lost time after that? The bard was much enlarged and improved this year also with the admittance of girls into the band. .l11:'iof': NVho were the members from your class elected to National Honor Society? Senior: The twelve Juniors initiated then were: Joan Bauer, jean Crisp, Harold Dahnke. .lim Ferriman, Bernie Fobes, Lawrence Forbes, Roberta Howenstine, lVIary Kaiser, Nan Koplin, Dorothy Nan, Doris Severs, and Nan Shryock. Junior: Did Elyria win any championship in any League sport or competition? Senior: The football squad tied with Lorain for first place in the League, while the Varsity football team finished with a tie for third place. Joan Bauer, first speaker on the Extemporaneous Speaking Squad entered the League contest at Shaw High on March II, 1937. Ruth Ostrov through winning the essay in the American Legion Contest in this district of the state won a trip to Washington. Junior: Who were your Junior class officers? Senior: Lawrence Forbes was elected President: Mary Kaiser, Vice-President: Bernie Fobes, Secretary: Roberta Howenstine, Treasurer. TIME MARCHES ON. 2nd Senior: And finally we are Seniors. What is the number of our graduating class? lx! Senior: Our class numbers 373. It is the largest class that has graduated from this high school. 2nd Senior: Our class officers Lawrence Forbes, President 3 Dorothy Nau, Vice-Presi- dent: Bernie Fobes, Secretary and Jean Crisp, Treasurer have certainly done us right. ls! Senior: Our football team was one of the best this school has seen too. Only one defeat in the whole season. We should be proud that our half back, Tony VVolodzko emerged victorious in the Lake Erie League scoring and rated a position on a United Press All-Ohio Scholastic Team picked by United Press sports writers. 2nd Senior: Our class did splendid acting in the all-school play "The Enemy" pre- sented on Armistice Day. What changes in the school did we have this year? lst Senior: A mimeograph room was built across from the office. The auditorium was painted. ' Mr. Owen Gleason replaced Mr. Harry Rosene on the faculty. Other new teachers were Miss Kay Hopwood and Mr. Earl Lautenschleger. Student participation made its first appearance in Elyria High School in the form of a student council elected by the students. Roberta Howenstine, Chairman. Harold Dahnke Jason Geisel Janet Rawson LaVaughn Searight Wm. Lahiff ! iffy-X . e 4 fi ni Iortyezght ' W' gill "'r':::::':1 Iiihlnffg inn ig.. gg-, jle rd "' 1 . II 1 -il.-,nziui " t. F . 1, , Guiflr: liello, Miss Baker, I would like to introduce Mayor Petro. .llnyor Petro: How do you do, lN'Iiss Baker. l understand you are the adviser tor the class play, is that right? illixx lgIId'l'1'I Yes. llm quite glad to be director, for this year our play is the Pulitzer Prize winner. "You Can't Take It VVith You", by llloss Hart and George Kautman. It ran for more than two years on liroadway. l'm sure the cast of lb will enjoy working on it. ,llnyor Prim: l saw the motion picture version and enjoyed it yery much. l believe it was adjudged the best production of 1937. illixy lglld'l'I'Z Yes, and it was released for non-prolessional use just when we began tryouts. XVe will present it as a three-act play in our auditorium, Thursday and lfriday eyenings, lllay I8-IQ. ,llnynr Petro: l'll be sure to attend. Allin- IJ,II,l't'l'Z The plot is quite intersting. The play reveals the home-life of the Yanderhof family, along with their boarders, and the entanglement of the rich Kirby family in their affairs. Alice Sycamore is the young heroine, while Tony Kirby, the banker's son, plays the opposite role. Her mother, Penny Sycamore, is the daughter of Grandpa Yanderhof, who will take into his home anyone from the ice-man to a book- keeper. The Vanderhof home is a haven for those who care to do as they CAST-CLASS PLAY 1939 Ahmne Nliss Nina 1. linker, Left In right First row: llarnld llahnke. Doug llirch, lJ'elc li1llIllll'lIll'ill, Joan lianer. Second row: .lim l"t-rriman, Leonard llunford. l.aYaughn Se-aright. li'Il Pmyell. Martha Klyop. Paul lickler, Smith, Shirley Altfelil. Tom Gardner, Rita llalpin. Paul Gard ret, jean Frisp. 1'l0I'f.l'I1i1ll' please. Grandpals chief diversion is attending graduation exercises at Columbia lfniversity. His daughter, Penny, who is rather llighty, is a writer and painter. and Essie is a toe dancer and vocalist. The basement is a place of eternal interest. Down there, Mfr. Sycamore with the help of the ice-man makes fire- works which one night explode, sending skyrockets careening to the housetops XVhen Tony Kirby's parents discover that he is interested in Alice, they try to show him that Alice isn't his type. The Sycamore family, being very eccentric. Peter 1939 are contrasted with the extremely dignified ,Kirby family. Several times em- barrassing situations arise from the family differences. But from all these nredicaments the young people emerge united and the families are at peace. liven though it is very amusing, the play shows how the easy-going Sycamore's are very happy because of their queer natures, and the Kirby family is unhappy because they are so staid and dignified. Illayor Petro: That sounds very interesting. How have the dramatic productions rated this year, Miss Baker? Nina J. Baker Jlfliss Baker: I'm glad to say it's the best year we've ever had. The year started with a bang when we presented the all-school play, "The Enemy", by Channing Pollock, and now it's climaxed by "You Can't Take It VVirh You". Jllayor Petro: What students make up the cast? flliss Baker: These are the people in the cast: Penny-Shirley Altfeld Alice-Joan Bauer Essie-LaVaughn Searight Henderson-jim Ferriman Rheba-Martha Klyop Tony Kirby-Dick Baumhardt Paul--Doug Birch Kolenkhov--Peter Smith Nlr. DePini:a-Harold Dahnke lllr. Kirby-Paul Gardner Ed-Bill Powell Mrs. Kirby-Jean Crisp Donald-Paul Eckler G-lVIan-Leonard Dunford Martiii Vanderhof-Tom Gardner Olga-Rita Halpin Guide: Here also in the auditorium we give our promising actors a chance to fulfill their ambitions. Illnyor Petro: I've heard of some of your productions. Didn't you present a play last fall called "The Enemyn? Guide: Yes, on November II, a cast of ten students presented this play. They were jim Ferriman, joan Bauer, Deborah Silsbee, Paul Irion, joan Swindling, Bobby Hancock, Doug Birch, Thomas Gardner, Robert Karp and -lack Rein- hardt. Miss Nina Baker directed the production. She was assisted by Bliss Hopwood, publicity managerg hir. Lautenschleger, crew adviserg and hir. Gleason, business manager.- Owen Gleason K. Hopwood E. Lautenschleger ,., cj. 9 FF! Q filegfflmqm YM?- 'r I ll' I--L' , i,z:.?L,'l 'lil Iiilzszfii I- 5 M l I!!! ii .re if li in !-' I lilly " fs ,f Fifty 1939 Jlayor Prim: 'l'ell me something about the plot of the play, please. Cffziflez "'l'l'v lf1'emy" told the story of Il family in Yienna, Austria, during the Vlvorlml 'XY:i.'. lt showed very clearly the ehzuzging emotions ot the people during the Q'AS'li-Alil,-SCHOCTl, PLAY "'liHlf lfNlfilIY', lvl! In right lfnst you: xloun Swiuillillll. Alinv lferrilnzin, ,lofin llzusm-r. Si-vom' mu: llelmrzxll Slslmv. lliniblirls Hin-11 Toni l'u lui-V. 'l'hnwl you: Ihululfe lluneoeli. llolu Karp, l'uul liion, vlglglq Rpinhgn-1, lfiflyo II 1' great eonlliet. lllost of :ill it yiyiclly portrzxyeil the horrors zuul the lllflllfy ot nur. "The lfnemy" truly proyeil that wzu' is worthless zuul brings nothing but suHi-ring upon :ill the people of :1 nation. .llfzynr l'i'lm: 'lihzit sounds like 11 very interesting :mil timely inorzil to be ll'Zll'llCLl from this proiluetion. frlllilffi llilll' :uulitorium :ilso figures in the proiluetion ot plays given by the l,l'lYK'l's Club of the sehool: it holds its monthly meetings here too. llut here is Nun lxoplm, the seeret:u'y. Nan, l was telling our guest, KIZIXUI' Petro, about l,l1ly't'l'S' Club. XVill you tell us more? .xlllllf The membership of lJl2lyl'l'Sl Club is eomposeil of students who have gained points for zulmission by partieipnting in 11 proiluetion or on crews. bliss linker, . . . . , . ilrzunzitie eozieh, is our zulvlser, olbeers are lean K risp, presialentg Paul lfekler, yiee-presialent: .lack Reinharclt, treasurer. ,llnynr 1'i'fm: XVl1z1t ilo you clo at your meetings? ff- ,X ,X fsfa 'T' A .9 XX. ,-fl 1 i 1 N is ' l bxxx-it.Q:,'1fYX ' llw by EF! lui 'llrzi Film ML i.iiztEflv'iMliWr - ', X" ' " ' 1-,':f1'fLEHQ Yun: :Xt om' monthly meetings we have programs designed to givv the inn-nihz-rs :1 Q11-zitm' knowledge of the workings of the theater. YVC liaw an zlnminl rlu-mm' party tl'z1x'c'll1iig this year to the Hzuina in ClCVL'l2lIlll, to soc Sir Llvclric' ll:n'il1'- wickc anal AlllllC Hziyclcn in "Shzulon' and Snbstzlilccll. PLAYERS' CLU B I.:-ft to right -First row: Rim lialpin, Rohn-rin llmwlistixic. Katlicrinv lligligatv. Lonisc Lam. ,lm-un Altfulml, H1-In-ne l'olicn, jozm Swinmlling. Miss linker. Srconrl row: Agatlm S4-lka. Ninn Sliryuck. .Iran Crisp. Nan Koplin. ,loan liznier. Y:i'1-ric Tits, Il1'lmr:xli Silslmc, Thiril row: llonzilfl Marsh. Lowcll Sellers. Holm Holly. Paul licklc-r, lion Km-ntiiig, Hziriy Knplin, Nob Mcllonzihl. Fourth row: l':inl Irion, Dong liirch, jim Fcrrinizni. Tom G:n'dncr, jack Reinhardt. Holm Karp. llnyor Pwlru: rllllilllli you for thc- interesting information, Nan. ALfIJ1'l'OR1lfIXI FROM STAGE .Vi ,391 Y . N." Q... F xl JAMES FRANK E COOK XX R. . Q E t if Aueusfus suvma 1939 J Y V ..,,6 ' X , LARRY CDLEMAN 5 . f Q p - qggw ix X 54 X x Q , cf-xucm HHNSEN AL PAGE can Q, ."'..wiff wi' . ' 'L C K . -K Hi. NILDRED WAGNER EDWDN JOHNS S 'KP-v ' equi L l 1 5 I Q S 1 A i MARTHA KOLLER B05 gqqgogggg 40 Xb' 1 TOM BRICKMAN HILL ,f l M ' lfifryil ,,-, -, , ill mi pi ' my an im mi W il ff It f. x f 'W'l,'+?P HM A iF2L H 1+w! E?1m 1939 Guide: Here comes Mr. Wood. He's the man who supervises the work of the movie assistants. Hello, Mr. VVood. Will you please tell lNIayor Petro all about the movie assistants? Mayor Petro, I would like you to meet Mr. Wood. fllayor Petro: l'm very glad to know you, lllr. Wood. Illr. Wood: One of the most interesting entertainments provided for the high school students is the noon movie. Each student pays a penny a day for the rental fee of the film. It takes many assistants to run the daily movies. David Hill, the projectionist, takes care of the shipping of the films to the exchange, is responsible for the machines, and does other small jobs. James Frank is the assistant projectionist. He helps operate the projectors while learning to be chief projectionist. Martha Koller and Mildred Wagner are cashiers the 5th and 6th periods. The people who take care of equipment and assist at the doors are: Tom Brickman, Leonard Brickman, Larry Coleman, Charles Hanson, Edwin Johns, Bob Schroeder, and Augustus Suvar. Guide: Here comes a young lady who can tell us about the high school orchestra. Mayor Petro, may I present Miss Rigo. Gerry Cthat's what she's best known byj is the concert mistress. Illayor Petro: l'm very glad to know you, Gerry. Has the orchestra played in public very much this season? Gerry: Oh, yes. We played for the all-school play, "The Enemy", in November, and a little later in the fall we played for the, "VVomanless Wedding". This semester we played for the senior class play. The season in which the orchestra plays most is the time around commencement. Besides commencement they also play for Senior Distinction Day Program and Senior Chapel. Jlayor Petro: How large is the orchestra this year? Gerry: There are approximately 30 members. Hlayor Petro: Doesn't the orchestra require quite a lot of practice? Gerry: Generally we practice 45 minutes twice a week, but in preparing for special occasions, the time for rehearsals is extended. .illayor Petro: Thanks so much for your information, Gerry. 1. Martin Beck Guide: Being in National Honor Society is one of the highest honors anyone can receive in his high school career. Jllayor Petro: How does one become a member? Guide: ln order to be eligible for election a student must rank in the upper third of his class in scholarship. Service, leadership and character are also considered by a faculty council, which determines the election. .llayor Petro: ls the membership limited? , et vm f - .ir -' 'A-fK.2, "W ul u i... , UW' " l' Fzftyfour ll ui, I 6 vrxf W N P. T3 . II l-I .' 'Hr lm 5 i ll 'Hman I- I " . lime um. ' rg . . s .r f i , ia- . -f-4 Guide : The I2A's are allowed 15'Zy of their members. In the last month of the 1939 Junior year 5'Zp of the class may be chosen. Each person elected must be in- ducted before he becomes a member. Illzzyor Petro: VVhat is the purpose of this society? Guide : The purpose is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership and to encourage the development of character in the students of Elyria High School. Jllayor Petro: VVhen was this society chartered at Elyria High School? Guide : On March 5, 1926 it was organized and has been active ever since. ln the I2 years of activity 238 members have been inducted. The members this year are: Seniors-Ioan Bauer, Jean Crisp, Harold Dahnke, James Ferriman, Bernie Fobes, Lawrence Forbes, Roberta Howenstine, Mary Kaiser, Nan Koplin, Dorothy Nau, Doris Severs, Nan Shryock, Douglas Birch, Jane Davies, Viola Dougherty, lwarguerite Edwards, Bill Fey, Jeannette Fox, Dick Funk, hflari- lyn Hastings, Alice hlae Hoover, Bill Lord, Joan Norsworthy, Pat Peter, LaVaughn Searight, Lois Youtzy. juniors include: Phyllis Bourquin, Eleanor Carr, Helene Cohen, Beth Corkill, Bill Dutch, Paul Irion, Martha Koller, hiary jean McElfresh, VValter Nie- gowski, Helen Simpson, Georgia Sutton, Jean Tattersall. Officers this year are: Harold Dahnke, presidentg Mary Kaiser, vice-president, Dorothy Nan, secretaryg James Ferriman, treasurer. Let's step across the hall to 105 to visit the headquarters of our school publi- cations. Guide: Down the hall here is the home room of Bliss A. Brown, English teacher. flloyor Adele Brown Let's see if we can find a Herald reporter to tell us about his work. Pen-oz VVhat does this include? Guide: Here is Miss Edwards. VVe'll let her answer that question herself. Margaret Edwards fllixs Edwards: Two staffs meet in this room. The Herald staff meets the seventh flfnyor period. The Herald is the school paper which comes out every two weeks. Petro: VVhat are the various phases in the process of publication? 1 J. ' ur, K 3-. Iwflvfnr X w i, :fc Vg 4 H A .Tx L. ennill fill 1 .fsqfiiic iririie 1 ,E E2,1 Eiy i Egifei ii at Tri .y X 1939 l T TQ 4 " e 'i HERALD STAFF Left to right4First row: Edith Kelley. Miriam Paeth. Marcella Hayes. Leona Maanowski, Martha Brodheck. Phyllis Bourquin. June Bruce, Roberta. Howenstine. June Harr, Rita Yunker, Second row:Ruth Wright, Ruth Ellen MacDonald. Emily Gawura, Emily Davis, Margaret Takacs. llliiicgtiwards, Doris Nichols, Patty Hogan, Barbara Chandler, Nan Shryock, Betty Maynard, Doris Third row: George Hoke, Bob MacDonald, Bill Dutch, John Boylan, Fred Tutthiil. Sidney Gross. Bob Oldfield, Dick Funk, Leonard Deutch, Ed Clark. fllixs Edwards: First of all there is the interview. Next comes the writing of the article. Then the material is sent to the printer who prepares two copies of proof for the Herald staff. One of these copies is read, corrected and sent to the printer, the other is used in the inake-up of the dummy, the model of the finished paper. The finished dummy is sent to the printer and he delivers the finished copies of the papers. These are counted and given to the home room teachers who sell them during home room period. This year the staff was set up on an entirely new basis. The work was made a special subject with one-half a credit a semester. The staff consisted of 8 seniors, 6 juniors, 6 sophomores and 7 freshmen. There were three editors this year, one for every six issues. The first editor was Dick Funky second, Nan Shryockg and third, Roberta Howenstine. fllayor Petro: Thank you so much, Miss Edwards. I think I understand now a little of the work it takes to get a paper out. Guide: The eighth period this room is occupied by the staff of the school annual. lllayor Petro: Oh, you mean the Elyrian Staff? Guide: Yes, indeed. These students meet in Room 105 every day and work on the various phases of the annual. Illayor Petro: What sort of work is it? Who is the adviser? Guide: Miss Edwards. The work varies widely. A great deal of it is checking. alphabetizing, and organizing material. Then too, there is writing and reading copy, proof reading, supervising group and Senior photographs, and bringing up for discussion new ideas. lllayor Petro: Tell me a little bit more about the staff. Guide: Here comes Bill Lord 3 business manager. He knows all about it. Zllayor Petro: Well, Bill, suppose you give me more information. Bill: There's not much left, but I'll try Mayor Petro. The art editor is David Scott. The other members of the staff are occupied in the various tasks that the guide has told you about. So that just about covers the staff and its work. Guide: Now let's go down to the gym. AW., nu" TL Fiftysix L l .i A. :ini li ,. V i LC' lf 'ill' 1 ji .li it , liaiug I Ii. fi' in ff" Els if gf, ,- f-A 1'liffj'A'l'7't'Il 1939 Guide: The clatter of typewriters comes from our typing and stenography department. The members of the faculty who teach these subjects are llliss lfrye and llliss lllinlc. Murl E, Frye J. D, Funk Mary K. Mink Here is lllr. l"unk's home room rivht across from the ffvm. The new lloor -b 21. ot the gym is our pride and joy. Guizlrz And now, lllayor Petro, we see a few members of Leaders' Group in action. l imagine Roberta Howenstine. the President will be more able to tell you some ot the details than I. Rolzerta: 1'll be glad to tell you anything you would like to know concerning our activities. lllayor Petro: Are the white suits symbolic of this group? 9Q59 , t - ' 5 il' d l Us f W ' Q X . if is .Q Q ,k:, y f i, q t , p I.:-ft to rlglitfe-'First row: Helen Reese, Helen Czalc. Marilyn Hastings. .lean Aschenhaeh. llorotliy Nan. Norma Xlfeisinan. llnrothy johnson. Rita llalpin. Ruth Ustrov. St-cnml row: ,loan Swindling, Marian llolmes, llerniee Nicholas. llhyllis fliristman. Shirley liuekley, lidna Thompson. Qneena Scott. Nan Shryoek. jean Frisp, Shirley Altfeld. Third roxy: Miss Kemhle. lieverly VYright. Margaret forts. l'lara Mae Goetz. l'atrie'a l'eler. Kay Sinnot. Ellen Hancock, Agnes Kapcar, littahelle l'nderhill. Roberta Hoyvenstine. Fourth row: Dorothy Yietzen, .loan Xorsworthy, Nan Koplin, Marcia Vl'ehher, Jane llavims. Doris Severs. lhirothy Jenkins. Marian lillis. .loan llaner. Mary Serleris. Fifth row: Martha liroheek. ,lean Tattersall, Lois l.erseh. Eleanor Farr. Margaret xvtlltllllll. l,ila 'l'nt'ford, lla! llnke. Shirley llull. lieth Corkhill, Lois Ann lfell. Ahsent: Mary Kaiser. Jane Gleason, Agatha Selka. Roluwlflz Yes. In school are 50 girls who have shown themselves to be especially active in sports and capable of leadership. Some of the 50 are in each of the six girls' gym classes. They help Nliss Kemble in explaining games and rules: they referee after-school volleyball and baslcetballg and they coach teams. 'llhis past year they have had charge of the ushering at the Clare Tree lllajor Plays. Rolzvrnz: l.ast year was the first year Leaders' Group had othcers and as the plan was quite successful it was followed again this year. Once a month the Leaders' have a meeting and talk over possible activities and improvements in order to W mil lllllll Ellllh it M rv. , i h-.:-- N" ll y . I...k ..-V, ' il.-', 'll Eli is '-lfxf' fi ,ll I 'rn-if 5' il il ill lli fi 2 fl 1'l-ffffilfl Elll l A l K 4 'nl :PX 1939 make themselves better leaders. In the fall they enjoyed a picnic at one of the members' homes and in the spring they held the initiation for the new members who will take the place of girls who graduate in Allune. illnyor Perm: You really do carry on a very interesting work and I imagine each Leader is proud of being in Leaders' Group. Guide: Another activity in which the girls participate is volleyball. Games are played after school in the fall. Marian Kemble Guide: Basketball is also played by the girls. Each year the outstanding girl basket- ball players of the gym classes stage an All-Star Basketball game. I'd like you to meet Beverly VVright, the captain of this year's winning team. ALL-STAR BASKETBALL TEAt Left to right-First row: Erma. McDaniels, Joan Swindlirig, Queena cottx Doris Severs, Beverly NYright, Margaret Carts, Eleanor Carr, Agnes Kapcar. Second row: Margaret VVel1man, Gene Reicharrl, Marian Ellis, Nan 'n Velma Hoag, Helen Reese. Marcia VVehber, Clara Mae Goetz. Q ' - Third row: llorotliy Nan, Edna Mae Thompson, Jean Crisp, Dorothy I ---f , . me m, .ff 'N Q1 ,1 '- xi tx ,.,Q03.???f25lIIlll'lIii1T2' 'J Rb X Ptftyczght 1"'i."5'lIlIiI "" "MV W ll 1 .2-i."' .:' ill - r gl 'Qgk'lf,4l Illllll u Illl MH fy N, my -he ' ' um! 1 1 .X f- l - 'iii1FJg'iFf!71"ll- nik K' J. ,vlc dv Q,T,f: f 4, 1939 illnyor Pclru: l'm pleased to meet you, Beverly. l understand that this game is eagerly awaited by many of the junior and senior girls. limi.: That's right, lilayor Petro. After-school, try-outs were held to accommodate all the girls interested in playing in the game. Finally, through a process of elimi- nation the two teams were chosen. Ullizlez The two captains, Beverly, of the VVhite team and Doris Severs of the Red, were chosen several weeks before the try-outs began. Then these girls assisted lliss lslemble in the final selections. .llayor P4-fro: YVho helped the girls in their practices? lima: llifs Kemble coached each team, and .loan Lyon and Dorothy Rodger were managers of the Red and VVhite teams. ,llnynr Perm: How did the game turn out? liew.: lr stayed close through-out the entire game and finally the XVhites forged ahead to end the game 34.-32. lilargaret Corts took top scoring honors, totaling 22 of the XVhite team's points. .loan Swindling followed with 1.1, points tor the Reds. lllflbflll' Pelro: That sounds very exciting. Cfuiflr: This game took place during the Girls' Gym Exhibition. Uuiflea The lfxhibition was the All-Star Girls' Basketball game combined with gi pro- gram whose motto was, "The liflarch of Time Showing Authentic Costumes and Activities of the Past Seventy Yearsfl Left to right: Lillian Smith, lXlzn'jorie XYoorIlill. Roberta llill. Helen Simpson, Lila Tnfford, Elizabeth Love. lillen llancuck. ,lean Tattersall, Lois Lerseli. 41111-1'0I' Petro: About how many took part in the lfxhibition? Ulzizlez Let me see. l believe there where about .ion who participated in the program this year. flliss lxemble, the physical education instructor, supervised and di- rected the whole program. An exhibition is given every two years. This year bliss lslemble called for volunteers instead of having every girl who taken physical education participate. This also reduced the number of girls who took lr . I l ,. X , llffymm X Mm . ll, lil fgksliiofxifi 4, W, if in HV -lm ,LU pen! Mile ,, mlnilfx - M' i liilf iii itil lla il L TA ,W J, n u :Fi W A .A - . -I A . 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SQ JI-gl UI-i.--H-, W1 19, 1: Q' ,lvl 'U' 11 f'IIi' ll W FN 'asf NWN ',q.'Eg',."lLm,f"5'33"' ' 'g":"gQ41"3Qgf AE. K, Sixty o ll 1' 1939 Guidr: hir. Petro, I would like you to meet VVilbur Coven, captain of the basketball team. The coach is hir. Ralph Bauer. R. F, Bauer fllayor Prfro: How do you do, VVilbur. The team had a very good season this year, didn't it? ll'ifb1n': Yes, it did. VVe sta1'ted off by defeating Akron South, 27 to 20 then we beat lfindlay, 26 to 27, and Cleveland Heights 39 to 33. However, Sandusky took us by a 24 to 34 score. After that, the boys got warmed up and the next live games were easy. VVe snowed under the alumni, 48 to 333 Lakewood, 30 to zog Shaker Heights, 43 to 31 3 Shaw, 33 to 31, Lorain, 42 to 349 and llniyersity School 46 to 32. VVe lost the next three games by a very small margin. Two of them were lost by one point, and the other by two points. Cleveland Heights beat us 33 to 32, Bellevue 31 to 29 and Lakewood 37 to 36. Then we had smooth sailing for the next four games, defeating Akron VVest 26 to 351 Oberlin 29 to 40g Shaker Heights 22 to 43 and Lorain 29 to 39. VVe lost the last game of the season to Shaw by a 34 to 24 score. fllrzyor Petro: That's not a bad record at all, I3 wins and 5 defeats. VVill the basket- ball club next year be very good? lfilhurz VVell, they won't be very good at the start of the season, but Coach Bauer expects to see them improve as they get more experience. You see, graduation will remove II players from a squad of 14. .lllzzyor Petro: That will leave the squad pretty weak, won't it? lfillun-: Yes, it will. However, Coach Bauer has a new system. You see, he keeps track of players from the 6th grade on up, and by the time they reach high school they will know all the fundamentals of playing. Some of the boys that he is keeping track of are better shots and passers than many of the boys out for the varsity now. hfr. Bauer doesn't expect to feel the effects of this system for about two more years. ' Guizlrz This room at the top of the stairs is lyfiss Klopfenstein's home room. Floss Klopfenstein J. C. Linville E. R. Laver Upstairs, on the second floor where we're going next is the science wing. The newest group in the high school is the Camera Club, which meets here in Room 214. Chuck O'lN'Ialley, its chief originator and new president, will tell you more about it. lllr. VVilliam Gregory serves as adviser. : Ji M i X " - aaaaawwbba 4 ' ' Q YWCFUQ 'Ewa .iagggamami 1939 W. E. Gregory Lee Lyman Clllllfki This Hbabyl' organization was started the second semester this year. At first, much time was spent working on the club darkroom, which was transformed from a dark dusty storeroom into a clean, orderly workroom well equipped with photographic necessities. At other meetings talks on phases of photography were given and pictures taken by the members were shown and criticized. fllrzyor Petro: VVho are your officers? Chzu-l': Besides myself they are Harold Stegman, vice-president and Jack Elton, secretary-treasurer. Guirlvc Now, let us go upstairs to our cafeteria. i f . 1 i Left to right-First row: Cornelia Seres, Irene Seres, Helen Kalmer. Emma Mcssaros. Helen XYright, Katherine Roling, ,lane Emefich, Mary Kaiser. Rita Halpin, Dorothy Nau. ' Sccrmrl row: Ivan Fiedler, Ann Klyop, Martha Klyop, June Helliug, Lorna Mae Fiedler, Marilyn XY:-lfster. lirma Youngelmerg, lil:-anor Kiyop, Henry Duclelc, Maynard Unger, Miss Lenz. Thirtl row: llulr Early. Lester Froft. Howard Bliss. VVilliam VVins0n, Joe Emody, Lee Smith. XYilliam Smith. lid NVyszynski, ,loan Bauer. Fourth row: Jim Ferrinian. NVilliam Hockarlen, VVayne Mc-inke, Joe Palmer, Paul Ecklcr. Jack Reinhardt. Bernard Dowdell, Tefl Dowdell, Oliver Shulier. Clzffflffz At the beginning of the fifth and sixth periods you can see the students all heading towards the cafeteria for lunch. fllnyor Petro: VVho has charge of this work? f:IIfIlf'Z llliss Alice Lentz is cafeteria manager and supervises the women who do the cooking as well as the student workers. ,llayor Petro: Docs each woman have certain duties she performs every day? Guide: Yes. llfliss Henry makes all the pastryg the meat and vegetables are taken care of by llflrs. Garrissg the salads, Nlrs. Hockaden makesg all the deserts and the ever popular hamhurgs are made by llfrs. Brooksg Katie Csonke makes the l if W Sixtytzco in ,Tj if 5 fi, lfrlli fill llll lll.Dlll'lHl Jllllligl i rii1.1iii...1,irl. l' ef M " ' Q 5-,. r - ,f,.l. 1939 sandwiches, and she with Bertha Kalmer, who makes the mashed potatoes, do many of the odd jobs. The teachers' dining room is under the direction of lllary Tommeri. fllayor Petro: It doesn't seem as though they have much for the student workers to do. Am I right in saying this? Guide: I believe these students have all the work they can handle in the short time they are in the cafetria. Approximately 45 students work, in return for which work they receive their lunch. Some act as cashiers, others serve behind the quick lunch counter or at hot lunch counter in the rear. Some of the boys scrape dishes, clean and stack the trays, and keep the milk supplied at the counters. Illnyor Prfro: How many students eat in the cafeteria? Guide: ln four half hour periods around ISOO students and 65 teachers must eat. lVith such a large number there is a considerable amount of cooking and clean- ing up to be done. Let's stop in at Room 309 and see whats going on there. Illayor Petro: This looks like a gathering of ancient Romans. Guide: These are members of the Sapientes, which is the name of the Latin Club. I imagine that they are studying some form of Roman life. Come, let's talk to their president or First Consul as he is called, Paul Irion. Paul, do you know Mayor Petro? Paul: How do you do, Mr. Petro? Left to right---First row: Betty Hengesbaugli, Marian Spencer, Constance Emary, Margaret Opper, Janet Williams, Marguerite Edwards, Jennayevonne McCally, Helene Cohen. Betty Goldstein, Marian Lindberg, Louise Goldenberg. Second row: llliss E. Jones, Jeanne Vllagner, Lulu Valasis. Ruth Ellen MacDonald, Dorothy Bell, Rose Mary Barlow, Emily Gawura, Irene Stewart, Phyllis Alexander, Georgia Sutton. Ruth Wright, Mary Wood, Mary Jean MeElfresl1, Marian Roberts, Geraldine Hange, Claire Noonan, Jean Sparks. Third row: Lorna Pliedler, Janet Rawson, Emily Davis. Marilyn Vllehster, Alma Keith. Martha lirodbeck, Betty Altfeld, John Stang, Walter Niegowski, Paul Irion, Claude Martin, Jack Elton, Rmce Eppley. Fourth row: Leonard Staysniak, Norman Heritage, Edward Triesky, Jack Barnard. Harry Koplin, George Tulk, Xvayne Meinke, John Birch, Dudley Horning. Harold Dalmke, Philip Hofmann. Dick Funk. Jlfayor Petro: Do you mind if I ask you several questions about your club? Paul: I'll answer all I can. fllayor Petro: VVhat is the purpose of your club? Paul: The Sapientes' chief concern is to promote a general interest in Latin and to provide a medium for a study of the lives of the Romans. . - V 1 " tri W Sutythree M V 4 l 3 54 in M' liii Ellill f--il ,g w nf- i ,ii. iii,, ris r a VA: -l - I 1: mi A.. li.. ,II113-or 1939 Petro: 'llhat sounds interesting. Several of the clubs l've visited have special events during the year. Do you have any such social functions? Paul: Yes sir, our big event is the annual Roman Banquet. This dinner is very odd because we do everything just as the Romans did over 2000 years ago. WX- have slaves wait on the tables, have Roman entertainers, and we all dress like Romans. It teaches us a lot about Roman table manners. lfzziffw: 'lihree faculty advisers of the l,atin Club are bliss nlones, bliss Young, and Q il I ny o r flliss l armelee. l Eula Young Maude Parmelee afraid I'll have Goodbye, Paul. l'1'fro: l'm the school. to hurry on, because I still have to see the rest of lluirle: Room 306 is the meeting place of the Student Participation Organization committee. Guide: This year for the first time in the history of Elyria High School, a formal Doug: student participation organization came into being. Doug Birch, president of the organization committee that formed the constitution for the "Student Cabinet", will tell you more about it. lfarly in the school year students voted for a boy and a girl from each home room as candidates for the Student Organization Committee. From these nominees fourteen were chosen by the Faculty Advisory Committee to serve. This Faculty Advisory Committee was composed of: Principal Shively, Bliss lfdna -lones, bliss Gladys Fowell, lllr. F. A. lfaton, llr. Carl Smith, and Klr. Edna Jones Gladys Fowell F. A. Eaton Carl Smith Harold Wilson Harold VVilson, chairman. After studying constitutions of other schools, the committee formed a constitution for the local "Student Cabinet". Item by item the constitution was studied, discussed, and then voted on. Only after every member was satisfied with an article was it accepted. Other officers of the organization committee were Nlary Kaiser, vice-president and Phyllis Christman, secretary. i1IIlj'fIl'1Jl'fl'0I How will this organization affect the school? Doug: 'llhrough the "Student Cabinetl' the pupils will express their ideas and opinions , A ll l wfdlld ofiicially on the management, problems, and activities of the school. lt will also serve to train students in citizenship. All the students must co-operate in the fulfillment of the purpose of the "Student Cabinet". lliillllll ll l lfl 'Kal ' fr ,lie f Sis Slltflflllll lllllll l gtg? . all aiu ,.x,,H if u - '.'?a,,. " -' 'R ,wJ- 1 9 3 9 Uzziflr: The third floor is the household arts center where hliss Speer, llliss lfubanks, l May Speer Mabel Eubanks Ida Cofi-land and llliss Coffland are teachers. llliss Dorothy jones and Bliss Plocher teach Arts and Crafts in this corner of the building. Bliss Vogan teaches commercial subjects here in the East VVing of the Technical Building. And before we go to the library. these are the teachers of manual arts: the lllessrs. liowdler, Fox, Schleper, Ross, and Tutthill. Wilfrid Bowdler Dana Fox M. H. Schlieper R. R. Ross Fred Tutthill Here's the library. Shall we go in and see what makes the library "go 'round"? fllayor Prim: That's a fine idea. There always seems to be such a lot of work con- nected with a library. Guide: That's Bliss lllargaret Scott, the librarian, sitting at the desk. Bliss Scott, I would like you to meet Blayor Petro. illayor Prim: How do you do, llliss Scott. l notice several students working. -lust how much student help do you have in running this library? fllixx Srotf: During the home room period I have two assistants who stamp dismissal slips. During each period of the day there are either one or two pupils who do general work-the number depending upon the number of people using the library that period. The students, also, do the checking, carding, typing, and tiling which come up in the running of a library. The shelving requires the work of two boys during one period every day. Bill Keisler works in the library a period every day just lettering with the electric stylus. I-le is the only person that does this type of work. fllrzyor Palm: I notice that you have a large array of magazines in that beautiful rack. lsn't there a great deal of work connected with them? flliss Svotl: Yes, there is. Several students work with the magazines only. This work includes filing, opening, checking, and stamping the magazines. Part of the work is done by students after school. Illayor Petro: How long does a student work in the library? flliss Staff: Students who assist during study periods give 5 periods a week for library service. After-school helpers assist one period a week. There are 49 assistants altogether. fllayor Petro: I can easily understand why you need that many. fi g, ' i .. A L, . N Siw'!i1'f' 9 F 1'-'WT-Q4 to ,' M' ' . -..,. f X Eli , N Yi' :Nl V ' i' LU C will '-Il izlflil ll il ili. .tio rr Sir -fllil iiy til. illfll A EF lil im A 1939 1 4 A' " ' ASSISTANTS TO MISS SCOTT, LIBRARIAN Left to right'-First row: Mary Hard, Betty Schnur, Lois Lersch. Jean Wright. Eleanor Arnxlt, Julia Sullivan. Helen Louise Hull, Ida Sands. Marjorie Schultz, Alice Tarry. Lucille Iluswell. Second row: Betty Goldstein, Marion Lindberg, Beverly Wright, Miss Scott, Emily Gawura. itflarguerite Edwards, Bernice Nicholas, Betty Mae Mitchell, Jean Jackson, Norma lihrke. Arlene .ottman. Third row: Jason Geisel, Pauline Dowhrowski, Helen Kalmar, Mary Bartes, Jeanette Fox, Marilyn Hastings. Mary VVood, Nan Shryock. lone Geisel. Sara Sigel, Rita Baker, Helen Taylor. Fourth row: Claude Martin, Bruce Eppley, Lloyd Ludwig, Harry Koplin. Galen Ramser. VValter Niegowski, Harold Dahnke. Marian Holmes. Margaret Takacs, Viola Dougherty, Betty Erdman. Illiss Srort: One of our big events of the year was a Photo contest. Jllayor Petro: VVh0se idea was this contest? Illirx Smit: VVell, the library has had all sorts of contests before, but never a photo- graphy contest. I asked my assistants what they thought of the idea and they agreed it was a good idea to go ahead with it. The rule was made that each photo should show someone reading a library book. This would encourage the students to come to the library to select a book and find out what really good books we have. VVe believed that this contest would interest more people in photography too. We offered prizes to the home rooms that contributed the most pictures. Room 123 won. We held the contest from November I3 to 19. John Boylan typed a model invitation which Miss Mink's stenography classes mimeographed. After this was done the name of each student was typed on a card inviting him personally to come to the library. This was the first time we had ever used colored invitations, the front of which was reproduced with a ship signifying Book Week. Mayor Petro: Who won first prize? Miss Srott: VVell, Viola Dougherty, of IZIB who is one of my assistants, won first prize which was "Mees' Photography", valued at two dollars. Her entry showed a girl reading indoors. The judges, Messrs. Gregory, Lyman, and VVood, said her picture was remarkably clear and the subject well-placed. The picture of Bob Yanke in a football pose reading a book was judged the most amusing. VVe received several other amusing photos. To those who did not have cameras, Marian Ellis loaned hers. Since the weather at first was bad, pictures were slow coming in, but when the contest closed we had over IOO entries. l ,' ., X- 7 v-4.3 're- 4 ix 25", r 51- It -if aff-W ' - I' ' 5 - 1' 4 ,.f:' f X " ' ,in '91-' llllllliiu H .gyae f l ui- M li a li lll llll -I. Sixtysix 1939 FIRST PRIZE WINNER JIM FEQQIMAN + Boa Mecomfucx FIB.-:QT PRIZE seE5F3o PRIZE I 1 VM, I IM SECESWB ISISI MW ffl ,. s 1 ' -AI, , III fm :LL IIII l'III'IfI' I ' we III I ' xv I4 5 I Q I I II l 'lllwlimilg lf fls l 'll S 'i' 1939 Jlflayor Petro: All in all, do you think the contest was a success? flliss Srolt: Oh yes, Since we held this contest along with the Treasure Hunt and the Crossword Puzzle Contest a varied interest was created for everyone in the school. It may be interesting to note that for the first time the entire group of library assistants were together all at once in order to assist in this work. Margaret Scott i MAYOR THANKING BILL FRY NEAR LIBRA Guide: Let's find out about the Projectionist Club. fllayor Petro: The Projectionist Club. Thatls an interesting name. VVhat's this club like? Guide: The Projectionist Club consists of eight boys. As the name suggests, these boys work with picture machines, and take care dentg Roman Nagorka, adviser. Illayor Petro: Well, I imagine How are they chosen? of ,, v-..,r Qr f 9: ' f l ' av..f':'i wwf i..t- -inns ll ml' 1" ' 'ug-H -. L I 'tial Tl' 4 ff' I machines. They show films in classrooms, clean the of the films and screens. Edwin Robson is the presi- the secretary and treasurerg and llr. E. D. Adams, that every boy in high school wants to be in this club. Six! 5' nin 1' 1939 -1- l.eft to right-sitting: Frank Burrows, Dick Baumhardt. Standing: Don Simms, Harold Gage, Mr. Adams, Bob Kaqi, Ed Robson, Don Marsh, Roman Nagorka. Guidr: 1112 Adams selects the boys, and as in the case of selecting students for other extra curricular activities, grades are the first consideration. One reason for this is the fact that the boys may be taken from their study halls at any time in order to show films. A student must also have the willingness to workg he must be reliable and, above all, he has to be careful in handling property. He has to be quiet because he may have to set up a machine while a class is in session. Klr. Adams has been complimented by teachers this past year on the business-like manner in which the boys conduct themselves. fllayor Petro: This sounds very good for the Club. 'llhanlc you very much. E. D. Adams Lois Littleton G11ia'r: Here comes Phyllis Christman of the Spanish Club. She can tell you some- thing about their activities and meetings. .llnyor Petro: l understand that part of each meeting is conducted in Spanish. ls that right? Phyllis: Yes. All of the opening formalities, including the reading of the minutes, are in Spanish. Our programs and discussions are in English, however. fllzzyor Prtro:How large is your group? Pl1yHi.v: It is rather small this year, only ten members. No initiates were admitted. .llnyor Pflro: XViIl you tell me some of the highlights of the year? Phyllis: Ci-ladly. At our first meeting, we held an election. l was elected presidentg Ray Helling. vice-presidentg Helen VVright, secretaryg and Bill Lahitf, trea- surer. A quiz-bee and a scavenger hunt were also interesting. At Christmas time we held a party at the home ot Rliss Lois Littleton, adviser. -1111-1'0I'1,l'fI'0I Gracias usted, senorita. Phyllir: Adios. tx, h w.-ha 1 V7 , Q- ful: .l'. ll -Lax I Ll F I if Mg . a . . .... A-'Fra t' pmmammwMHWE H, U . ing "umm i . Rgili ua , kia -llili fill. .a ...ue l'M?W 1939 Guide: One of our newer organizations, the Writers' Club, has a different sort of arrangement. Here comes Miss Wilcox: perhaps she will tell us about it. l Josephine Wilcox Illayor Petro: How do you do, Miss Wilcox. I Wonder if you would tell us how Writers' Club differs from most other clubs? lllirs Wilcox: Well, we have no regular officers. At each meeting, a leader for the next meeting is appointed. Then this leader may choose the subject for the next meeting. He or she chooses various members to write material centering around this theme, and then the poems, stories, and essays, are read and criti- cized at the meeting. Sometimes book reviews are given. Illayor Petro: How many members does this organization have? Illiss W ilrox: We had ten members in September with new members from the Creative Writing class joining later. Jllayor Petro: Ilm sure this club gives valuable training to its members and promotes interest in writing. Guide: There goes one of the winners of the Essay Contest. You've heard of the contest sponsored every year by the American Legion, haven't you? Illayor Petro: Yes, I have. Guide: This year the theme was "How Shall We Preserve American Democracy ?" There were three girls and three boys selected as winners from each grade. From among these twenty-four one was chosen as grand prize winner. The rewards in each grade were 53.00 for first prize, 52.00 for second, and 51.00 for third. The grand prize winner was Bill Powell who received 55.00. Those who received first prizes were as follows: Barbara Chandler 9A, Neil jenson 9A, Louise Dutch IOA, Harry Koplin IOA, Lois Ruth Opper I IA, Paul Irion IIA, Roberta Howenstine I2A, and Bill Powell I2A, Second prize winners were: Ruth Snyder 9A, John Hoffman QA, Charlene Willis IOA, George Tulk IOA, Valerie Tite IIA, Bob Phelps IIA, Dorothy Johnson I2A, and Aladar Bara I2A, Third prize winners were: Clara Lugas 9A, Gerald Laver 9A, Margaret Opper IOA, John Sheldon IOA, Helen Simpson IIA, Bob Sharlcey IIA, Marguerite Edwards I2A, and Richard Funk I2A. The judges were: Mrs. Nancy Vetter, Rev. W. Foster, and Hubbard C. Wilcox. Guide: This is Lincoln hall, Mayor Petro, and here come Mr. A. T. Smith, Miss Shumaker, Mrs. Raufus. They teach in this building. V, 1 ,,V,,, xt-A , Art Smith Lenore Shumaker Frances Raufus 7 1 fl ' -Z ll QW lHlE iili QL Sgilgnlj :IW at -- a.. - 1-5' --Ci if :"' i ii ' lll '?5l'illlEl . T . f 'li ll limi -,375 ' "' .. aww: -f A 1 9 3 9 Jllnynr Petro: Vilhat subjects do they teach? Guide: lllr. Smith teaches commercial subjectsg bliss Shumaker, lfnglish: and Nlrs. Raufus, history. Guide: l.et's go to the VVashington building. The musical interest of the school is centered here in 130 in this building. hir. Beck is the director of the musical organizations. l.eit to right' First row: Lois Youtzy, Nan Koplin, Mary Sederis, Dorothy Johnson, Beth Corkill, Merle lleidrich, Richard Hines, Bert Alexander, Dick Bnrandt, Tom Cochrane, VVi1liam Sabol, Bill Ryan, l'at Peter. Roberta Howenstine, Corinne Rhodes, Pat Hoke, Janet Notley. Second row: Jean Tattersall, Helen Simpson, Dorothy Victzen, Lorna Mae Fiedler, Bill Bowdler, lloh Holly, Bud llotlman. Andy Foreman, Jack Elton, VVayne Garland, Jack Rieth, lone lieisel, Lois Marie Bennett. Rita Meyer, Joan Norsworthy, Helen Bristol. Third rowr Arlyne Haven, Viola Grugel, Ruth Sehroeter, Dora Mac Beal, Jack Kelly. Lee Smith, Ford Brown, jim Ferriman, Bob Kaiser, Art Sparks, Joan Hauer, Marian Ellis, Dot Jenkins, Shirley llnckley, Katherine Hammer. Flonrth row: Valerie Tite, Shirley Altfeld, Georgia Sutton, Marian Aebie, Jean Bramwell. Chuck 0'Malley. Leonard Dunford, Mr. Beck, Doug Birch, Peter Smith, Germaine Copas, Helen Reese. Marian Holmes, Rita llalpin, Queena Scott. AIKIYYUI' Perm: How do you do, hir. Beck. Are you the director of the Senior A Cappella Choir? fllr. Ix'crl': Yes, I am. lway I help you? Xllnynr Petro: lf you will, please. How long has there been a Senior choir? fllr. Ifrrk: lfor six years. There are 64 voices in all, 39 girls and 25 boys. fllnyor Petro: Vlihat requirements must one meet in order to join the choir? fllr. lim-It There are no definite requirementsg the Senior Choir members usually belong to the -lunior Choir first. Otherwise, to be able to join, one must have a good voice and the desire to use it. Jllnym- Petro: The choir took part in the Lehi festival this year, didn't it? Jllr. Berk: Yes. It was the fifth celebration in which it had participated. The choir has also sung over the 1'adio on various educational programs. fllayor Petro: How interestingl Illr. Her,l': VVe are also planning to sing regularly over the air this summer. VVe will sing late in the evening as we feel that people do not listen to the radio until the later hours in summertime. fllnyor Petro: Do you have any special arrangements or novelty songs that have won any acclaim? fllr. Berl': The "Echo Songl' has long been a favorite with the students, and "The Campbells Are Coming" also scored a big hit. The ammal spring concert was held on hlay 5 in the high school auditorium. Guide: And here, Illayor Petro, the Junior A Cappella Choir meets the second period three times a week. This organization is only preparatory for membership in the Senior Choir, but in the last few years, it has been quite independent, giving programs on various occassions. t Ara V J. ji ,M f or'7'r'11iyor1r - I GSXR?- X X .XMQ r liilhiiiiiiliit it , militia Elii lil is 'iliiiii ' ' l' ' ' " 'Q' .'i,C"i 5 lil' illlllil gl-Wulf 1939 Jllrzynr Petro: How long has this choir been in existence? Cfllizlr: Several years, lllayor Petro. At first it was rather small, having only about 20 members: at the present time there are more than oo boys and girls in it. lt has grown vigorously in these tew years. fllnynr Petra: Does the choir have oflicers or is it controlled entirely by llr. Heck? Guide: There are tour ollicers, elected by the members for a semester term. Andrew Foreman was the president last semester: .loan Uuckett, secretary-treasurer. lhis semester the ofhcers are Roman Nagorka, president and ,lean Sparks. SCL'l'L'l'2ll'y-tl'CZlSll YC l'. The three other preparatory organizations in the music department are girls' glee club, boys' chorus, and girls' lllacllowell chorus. l i left to right Seated: Mrs. 0. F. Flint. Mr. li. IC. Holmes. Mrs. Paul Coclirane, Mrs. ll. ll. Long. Mr. Harry Forbes, Miss lilizaheth Brown. Standing: Mrs. T. F. Sellers. Rlr. Seward lllack. Mrs. XYalter Hntmner. Mrs. ll. H. Thompson, Mrs. if lf XYoorlHll, Principal lf P. Shire-ly, Mrs. Dewey llnli. Guide: Next door to the music room is another room l want you to see. This is the hezulquarters of the high school P. T. A. where the council meets. flluyor Petro: l hear they've been very successful this year. Gnizlv: lfxceedingly' so. l've asked lllrs. Long to tell you more about the organization, for she is its president. Jlayor Petro: How do you do, Klrs. Long. fllrx. Long: How do you do, lllayor Petro. fllayor Petro: VVho are the other otlicers of this organization, lllrs. Long? fllry. Long: H. li. Forbes is Vice-Presidentg llliss F. llrown, Second Vice-President: lllrs. Paul Cochrane, Secretaryg and llr. F. lf. Holmes, Treasurer. Jllnyor Petro: Didn't the play, "The VVomanlcss YVedding", with prominent people 'pllll of the town participating, give you a good financial start for the year? L l hll lllilll ii iii M ll z - i -1' 1 llii .Hi ' - -H- il "l Tlx' I ,'f'l'l i..Ui.1L1l,,..llljlel . Sr .lf-, f "'v Mi A .--A .. , Srwzztyf-za'o 1939 illrx. Lony: Yes, but that's not all. NVQ have sponsored several dances after basket- ball games. 'llhe "Grand Finaleu, on April I4., was the closing dance of this year. lVe also sponsored a musical program by the Oberlin College XXJOIIICIIYS Band on April zo. XVe have had outstanding speakers this year on a variety of subjects. They included judge H. H. Nyeg President Anspaugh, of Ash- land College: Uean Roehm of llaldyvin-VVallace Collegeg Professor Fisher from Oberlin College: and llr. Hindman. The band, orchestra and -lr. A Cappella Choir have also performed for us. 'llhe high spot in this year's pro- gram was the Round 'liable discussion by the high school teachers. It was one of the best programs in a highly successful year. Prlro: 'l'hank you very much, lllrs. l,ong. il Ill-l'0l' Wvhere do ive go now? Ulzizles Come up these steps and see the French room. Bliss lfisenmann teaches the lfrench classes. Around the corner is the room xvhere the lfxtemporaneous squad meets. l . Luella Eisenmann Alice Stofer illayor Pvlrn: ls this another club? Gfziflv: lVell, not exactly. This Squad numbered thirteen members under the super- vision ot Kliss Alice Stofer. The group met every lllonday, XVednesday, and Friday for four weeksg then, on Illarch 4, the members went to the Cleveland Public Library for more extensive research. Paul Irion was named speaker sho1'tly afterward. At the Lake lfrie League lfxtemp Speaking Contest at Shaker Heights High School on Klarch 17, he spoke on the general subject, "Youth and American Crime". and the particular phase, juvenile Crime "Are the Schools Doing Their Part in Preventing 'Pl' l.eft to right---First row: Robert Baliicli, Grace Jenne. Mary jean Melilfresli, Rita Meyer. lamis Marie Bennett. Marian Lindlmeij, Ricliard Funk. Z Second ron' ,lolin Boylan. Leonard Staysniak. Seymour XVeil, Miss A. Stofer. Sidney Gross, llarold llzxllnke, l'anl lrion. fllayor Petro: How much preparation did he have before the speech? . nw .: A f 'Mx Sf'1u'11!ytl11'n' L' A, lb N L L 544.1 4 tam . W m ' V f ' 1 ' l Ngwf.xK-,.7,! X . X l i7?4.e'l- l illll LL Eel 'tml ,l l a fr Fug, UL 4, LN, W 1 ugvduy, W www ,liiivgesy i liil Lylrylrlllhg - , NM A 1939 Guide: After he clrew his phase, he was given approximately two hours in which to prepare and practice the talk without reference or help of any kind. During this time, he hail to consitler organization of material, accurate timing, and mleliyery. Planning of the time was especially necessary, because the speech hail to be exactly six minutes long. ,lluyor Ferro: lliat is very interesting. Are all these rooms arouncl here classrooms? Cfuirle: Yes. 'llhis room is for Klrs. l,ake's history classes. And over here is lllr. Hofman's lfnglish classroom. lllr. Short's history class is in here, PhilIp D. Hofman Clare Short Allyn Ruse Blanche Lake Klr. Rose, another history teacher, has his room elownstairs. Also alownstairs is lllr. 'llaylor's room. Here is Rlrs. l'lay's lfnglish room. Nou' let's go over to the amlministratiye center. lJou'n this hall is Bliss Lewis' history class, and Room 207 is where Kliss Hilherg's scholars work on math. r . .,.v rig: f 'll S I 79 Aqnes H. Fay Nellie R, Lewis Barbara Hilberg Here is the ofhce. MARY KAISER NVELCOMING MAYOR TO THE OIPFICH rw lb ba tw 1113 our iii t ' E -gill lulm sri .nil lil' villllhll l lf . A '-4 L2!r'f"' Y A 1 ,wi , K, 45-s.. Sl'7lt'lIf-1' 'vc ,l fury lXVIli.l'f'l' ' ollivv. ? .l11l,1'0I' l'f'fro : ,llIlI'j' : Right 1939 Illr. lc-tro, woult you some in :uul lt-t mc show you about tlic 'lllizuilc you. xxfYllCI'C do we start? l1c1'c'. 'llllCSl' stutlcuts tliat you soc u'o1'kiu1f iu llliss l'c:u'sou's :uul llliss Ht-roltl's lk 3 l.t-it to right- First tziblc: limily lXIl1lI'Zt',lCZ-Yli, Ruth Friflenstine. Rita lizilwr, llclcu Vllizyixizik, Sccoiul tnlmlt-: 'l1llt'lll'lI1 lilnck. Mzlrtlm Koller, Donna jean Mt-rtz, Dorothy Schriner. U Slzimliugz Alice i'r:mclnll, -Miss He-rolsl, Katherine Roling, Viola Dougherty, ,luanitn Hanson, Xmlgi lu-uga-l. .loam Ducki-tt, Alice Mm' Hoover. Ida jenn Sands, jezuuic VVziguer, Dorotlmy Sclu-ilmvl. Bliss Pezlrsou. ,lame Davies. olliccs are part ol tlic staff of 18 student lwlpers. One girl student works iu czicli oflicc cacll period ot the clay. 'l'lwu after school two N. X . A. girls work iu tlu' oflices. 'lllwy do cverytliiug from lIlllllC0gl'2lDlllIlg to Ylllllllllg 0l'l'ZlllllS. Some of their other duties iuclutle auswt-ring tht- telc- pliouv, llllllff, :uul typing. 2' as-ff i vu Auss PHYLLIS PICARSON, SICCRICTARY TO PRINCIPAL Fwlff' if 4 T. - l' 'awk 11 ll X Q 22,3 :QQ iii lili 'iiizu 'js P P J i'g,'.., the El ' LH' 'iliml wer e lla ' :.- ,lllll 'll ' i 7,35 'fill 1939 llfayor Petro: Do these girls have any reward for this work they do? Jllary: Oh, yes. Every one has respect for the girls who work in the office. A picnic is planned which the I8 girls hold at the end of each year. Here comes Assistant Principal, j. D. Severs. He'll tell you about the work of the other service groups. fllayor Petro: How do you do, Nlr. Severs. Illr. Savers: How do you do, Mayor Petro. One of the service groups is the lVIonitors, with Bill Lord at its head this year. Left to right-AFirst row: Dave Huffman, Jack Kelly, Bill Lord. Bill Powell, jim Harssema, Julian Maslyk. Second row: Merle Heidricli, llarold Fredricks, Aaron llascliner, VVziyne M:-inke. Hr. Severs. Joe llerold. George Yehllxer, llurnell Schramm. llill Kristoff. Third row: lloh Mcllonald, Jack Vestal. Bernie Folmes. Dick Roesmann, llick liaumliardt, Lawrence Forbes, Hill Ke-is'er, Hola Hysell. Bill VVoodfill. Bill Lahiff. Fourth row: Harold Stanford, Hill Fey, l'aul Eekler. lioh Fridenstine. john Nevins. Leonard Duniord, Alndar Hara, Don Roddy. fllr. Se-vers: l'd like to add that this is the first year the lllonitors have been really organized. A meeting was called and they elected Bill president. Since then he has used half of his period to go around and generally super- vise the workings of the others. He appoints certain monitors to do this during the other periods. illayor Petro: How does your organization function, Bill? Bill: lVe have 32 regular monitors and six substitutes who are selected from a list of boys recommended by the home room teachers. During lunch hours each boy has a door to watch for one period each day, and has the respon- sibility of seeing that no one without a permit leaves through his door. Ilia for Petro: VVhat are those gold-bordered badges in the school colors with J , si ' H 9 i - p the word lllomtor on them Ive been seeing. Bill: VVe decided that the teachers could more easily identify us when we leave the room early to get to our posts if we had some mark of distinction. Those badges are the result. They are to be worn only while the monitors are on duty and this bars them from circulation such as the Hi-Y pins enjoy. Jllnyor Petro: Thank you, Bill and lllr. Severs, for your information. I never realized that the monitor system in Elyria High School was so active. Are there other service groups? ...f I f nw Qj.. ,-'Q ef .1 sa ,wiflf wwllllmi QW '- I L 'lush' .-ti ,,,f, -er 4.4 Sf"v1'11fysi.v 'r'11fy.w1'i'1 limit tv: 1 9 3 9 ,lI1'. Si1'1'1'.f: Anotlwi' 0l'g2ll1lZ2lfl0ll is the light squzul. illayor l'f'tro: XVhm 1111- thc tlutics of this group? l' T iight I"iist mu: llurton Ilriwlgv, l'uul lI:n'ilxuAr. l':uil lriim, Iiwk llopkins, 94-cowl vowt Tom l'orl1v':lm-, john Sinion. Tom llutllr. llnlvii Nziilir-vr. llolr Strxviis Thur-l ion: lliili llzilxich. xlzison th-ist-l, Ray llirks. IH-tv l'4-it-rmnn. oil. llfrll lltvtlclv illr. Sf't'i'1'.v: 'llhv hoys sm-1'x'c the school hy turiiiiig thc lights otl :it tht- hwfiii- h ning of tht- pt-riotl :mtl on again :it the pt-riotl's vml. ln th.it wax' thc mrritlors :irc wt-ll hglm-tl wlicn tht-v :irc usctl :uid no light is xi 1 . :lstvtl wlicn rlit- hulls :irc not in use: 'lllu-sc hoys, om- for czluh of thc- Q-ight pm-riosls, :lo tht- school :x pnicticzil sc'i'x'icc' hy saving cxcvssiw light bills. ill!!-fill' Pirro: 'llhc-y ct-rminly tlo. :Xrc tlwrt- any other st-iwicv Ul'Q2lI1l7IlI'l0IIS? .llrz Sfwzxv: Yes, our othvr sa'i'x'iu- group is uzillvml tht- Slip Llollvutors. llcrziusc' wc lmw surh Zl lzirgv stluh-nt hotly iw ot-ctl at faultlt-ss :ittc-mlsum' rccortl ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ll. IJ. SICYICRS I i ,.Y fQ X53 " l f .17 ITS' N W Y ..A'. -X ,Nfl l 1 , JMX . .wlllhlx i ' tw Jim, is J "M ,v mm-intl -ef l l N-1 A l 'Q .4-xml' -,, 1. Xl Izzy Il I r. Illuy 1939 system. The boys of the Slip Collectors help, for they collect the various types of slips required in our system. Some collect the Home Room absence slips and others pass out lists of absentees to the teachers during the morn- ing. The rest collect the slips which record classroom absences during the day. or Petro: All those in the service groups should be commended for their helpful work, Sewers: Here are lVIr. Shively, our Principal, lXIr. lNIcClellan. the assistant superintendent, and lwr. lVIaston, the superintendent. You gentlemen are acquainted, I'm sure. or Petro: Certainly. I've been looking over your school and l've seen many interesting things. PRINCIPAL C. P. SHIVICLY 1, 35535 fi .jf-Q.,gi 1 -1 M Sf1znt3 ugh! 5 haf!-gllli .llllllllllll ji +'l 1 ..!1.H.-M. WE r "' f . . 1939 SUPERINTENDENT R. C. MASTON . - V " gg r'1'1'l1 fy 11111 1' ' ' E? l II - x VVAA A will Eff fpgffiil - ' I mwe'uE1 u'fI1: Vim M Egan 'E -:Q fEEfE EE51 EiQE Lgpzm usa M I 5 A 1939 ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT VV. O. MQCLELLAN 14" f7 ',QAQQ J K n M HW Tfkaliu' Wfff K3 HHHU H11 X L, L MAJ JU 'li 5tk.', ?71 'A xt, - - wg , . 1 4 W fl v1.,H.11.l, 939 lllr. Shively: I'm glad, lVIayor Petro. We have 1681 in our student body. Here's a list of all the boys and girls enrolled. The Elyrian staff pre- pared it for the annual. - A - Abramoska, Beverly--316 Harvard Ave. ,....... . Acker, lvfary RLlfh12l3 VVest Ave. ........ .... . Ackerman, Fred-R.D. 3, Elyria .........,.. ,.,....... Adams, Betty JZIIIC-I365 East Ave. ,.,. Adams, Ellsworth-253 Spruce St. .,..,.....,.....,... . Alexander, Bert, jr.-130 Chase St. ,... ............ . Alexander, C. Phyllis-303 Lake Ave. ,.......... . Alflen, Richard-517 Park Place .,,,.,....,, Alflen, Robert-517 Park Place ,,,,,, ...,.. Alheit, BIYFOH-I 16 Chestnut St. ........ ....... . Alheit, Robert-502 Dewey Ave. ...... .......,. , Almas, Ted-1061 East River St. ......... ,........ . Altfeld, Betty-324. Fourth St. .............. ......... . Altfeld, jean-1024. Nliddle Ave. ...,...,............... . Anderson, lllarian-1835 VVest Ave. ............ . Andress, Jilll-I43 East Bridge St. ............. . Andrzejczyk, Emily-512 VV. Twelfth St. Andrzejczyk, JOB!!-512 VV. Twelfth St. Archibald, GC0YgC1III Lexington Ave. Armitage, Bill-322 Furnace St. .......,,.......... . Armitage, Bob--322 Furnace St. ,,,,,,.,.......,.,, . Armstrong, Dick-Ct. Jail Cor. 3rd and lvliddle Ave. ....................................................... . Arndt, ElC2lll0l'-IOOI Lake Ave. .......,........ . Arnold, JZIIUCSLIZQ East River St. ,,,,.,..,. , Arter, E. Mary-247 Sixth St. ............., Atkinson, Curtis-145 Roosevelt Ave. .............. . Aungst, Barbara--114 Hamilton Ave. ........... . Averbook, Dorothy M.-45 3 Earl Ct. ........... . Babcock, Dorothy-R.D. 3, Stop 4 .................... Babich, Robert-748 YV. River St. .......,............ . Bach, Rita--607 Nfiddle Ave. ............,.................., . Bachman, Virginia-296 lvlarseilles Ave. Bagnell, Dorothy-119 Cornell Ave. .............. , Baird, Phil-901 Garford Ave. ............................. . Baker, ci0!'d0ll--344 Thirteenth St. ...........,... . Bakos, Joe-135 Blake St. ...............,.,.......... ............ . Banville, Patricia-82 Williams St. ...... . Baptiste, Jessie--408 Oxford Ave. .......... . Barbarcsso, Nick-213 Chestnut St. ................. . Barlag, Eileen-306 E. River St. .............,,........ . Barlow, Rose Mary-238 Harvard Ave. .,...... . Barnard, .lack-112 Cornell Ave. ............ ..,...... . Barnes, Arthur--4 Crehore Ct. ,.........,... . Barnes, Gerald-14.2 Carolina Ave. Barnhart, Eileen-154 Bellefield Ave. ........... . Barnock, HClCl1-170 VVoodford Ave. ..... . Barres, D011--l2Q Stanford Ave. ......,,... . Ezghlyone Bartholomew, Bob-236 Denison Ave. ............ IO Bartlome, Robert--Stop 5, Lake Ave. .....,......... II Bartus, Anna-542 Turner St. .................. ...... 9 Bartus, lvlary Allll-542 Turner St. .................. ll Bates, Edgar A.-1 16 Charles Ct. ....... ............ 1 0 Bates, Harry-116 Charles Ct. ........ ........... 9 Bauer, Albert-317 High St. ......... ............ 1 0 Baus, Phyllis-R.D. 3, Elyria .,,..,..... ,..... 1 1 Bayley, ELlgCllC--332 oxford Ave. ,,.......,,,..,...... ll Beach, Elsie-601 VVoodland Ave. ....... .,........... 1 1 Beal, Donovan-R.D. 3, Edison Highway II Beaumont, Ruth-147 Hamilton Ave. ...,.,....,. 9 Beavis, -ICZIII--I4Q Bellefield Ave. .,.... ,.,.,,......... 1 1 Beck, Betty-596 Cleveland St. ................ ...... 9 Beckloff, Harold-635 Oberlin Rd. .................. W. Beckloff, Norman-635 Oberlin Rd. ....,.....,....... IO Beckloff, Robert-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. ......... 9 Beckwith, Lois llfl.-411 Woodland Ave. , .... IO Beckwith, Phyllis-411 Woodland Ave. .....,... IO Bedocs, JOB!!-I2Q Monroe St. .......,,.........,.,.,....... II Bell, Bill-526 E. River St. ..............,.....,. ..,....,... 1 0 Bell, Dorothy--234 Denison Ave. ....... .......,... I 0 Bell, c30I'd0I1-455 VV. River St. .......... ............ I 1 Beller, Nelson-757 W. River St. ....... ,..... 1 1 Bendick, lVIilan-822 Lake Ave. ..,,,,,.................... I0 Benford, Royden--337 VVinckles St. ,.....,........... 9 Benham, Elizabeth-1012 Park Ave. .. ,,....,,... , II Bennett, Lois M.-223 Denison Ave. .............., II Benson, Donald-272 Marseilles Ave. ...,.. 9 Billings, ,lack-436 W. Ninth St. .....................,.. IO Birch, Al0l'll1-30l Park Ave. ..........,...,..., ...... 1 0 Birkline, Georgia-134 Beebe Ct. ....... ....... 1 1 Birkline, Robert-516 West St. ...,.....,.,...... ....... 1 0 Birks, Ray-265 Boston Ave. ,.,.................,......,,,,,. W. Birmingham, Donna-131 Mendel Ct. ........... 9 Biro, David-R.D. 3, Griswald Rd. ....,,............ IO Bischoff, Dan-223 Stanford Ave. ..,,,,...... ....... 1 0 Bishop, Ralph-Forest View Farm .......,. ....... 1 0 Black, Thelma-340 Princeton Ave. .................. II Blade, lllary JEUIC-3lQ Cambridge Ave. ...... II Blaine, Mary L0lllSC-338 Thirteenth St. 9 Blinzley, Willis-415 Adams St. ........................ W. Bliss, HOYV3fd-311 Huron St. ....,..,,.......,,.,....,.,,,, ll Boepple, Mildred-1237 East Ave. ......... ....... 1 0 Bogart, Jean-346 Princeton Ave. ,,................... 9 Bohannon, J. C.-504 W. Twelfth St. ......... L Il Bohlen, Margaret-1001 East Ave. ...............,..... 9 Bolash, joe-130 Woodford Ave. ,,,,,,...,,, ..,,,, 1 1 Boothroyd, Lois-437 W. Ninth St, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. II Boreski, Jessie-421 W. Thirteenth St. .,,,,,,,,,,. IO Borie, Gloria Anne-619 West Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, IO Bornino, Bruno-368 S. Maple St. ,...,................ II -. jx - lv. - LM El lil f ll l I, , , ' 1 E, t is 4- l A-fr 4' .t 'u.,,x- .A ' 5 1939 Boron, Frank-160 Erie St, ,,,,,,...,,,,,,.,,.. .,,A,,,,,,,,, C airns, Mary Margaret-316 Columbia Ave. 9 Boros, Harry-110 W. River Sr. ,,,,,,. ,,A.,,w,A.. C ampbell, George-526 Bond St. ..............,.,.,,,... I2 Botamer, Bob-364 High St. ,A.,A,,,,A,, Campbell, Eileen-LaGrange, R.D. I .....,.,.,,..l. IO Bourquin, Phyllis-711 Park Ave, ,,.,, Carnes, Charles-I24 Rush St. .....,....l.. ,....,...l. I O Bowser, john-555 Lodi Sf, ,,,,,A..,,,l,4.,A,.,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Carman, Bill-208 W. Bridge St. ..................... IO Boygon, Frank.-215 W, River Sf, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Carpenter, ,Dick-312 Cambridge St. ,. .......... ,. IO Brackley, C. Harris-232 Prospect St. ...,.,...... Cart, Eleanor'-T53 Longfellow St- ------"---------- U Bradley, Lois MHC-345 Twelfth St, ,,.r,,,,.,,,,,, Carr, Tom-153 Longfellow St- -------'-- ---- ----- l 0 Bramwell. Harold-108 Neufer Ct. ,...,,....,,,..... Cafsonw Don-417 Adams Sgt- ---------4--------4----"---A'---'-- I0 Brassell, KCCfC-I4O W. Bridge St. .... .,........... C arterv Albert A--248 Wlllckles St- '---------'--- A 9 Brehm, 1311165-IOS Grant St. ...... d......... . . ........ Carter' Charles-237 Oberlin Rd- --l-'-'----"--e--'--- A- lo Brgnner, Narha,r..4o5 Middle AVC, ,,.., Carter, Charles--RD. Ir LaGrange --.,.---.4.-...... 9 B,-ickman, Leonard-1535 East AVC. H -----'-- Cazeau, Adelbert-136 Brandston Ave. ,...... ., IO B,-ickmanv Tom,-,535 East AVC' -.-,- Chamberlain, Vivian-281 Bon Air Ave. .,... . 9 Bridge' Elsie-509 W. Third St' .-..---..',,- Chapler, Elizabeth-R.D. 2, VV. I7th St. W. Bright, DiCk-I020 West Ave. .........r........,........... Cllapmanw Hal'fY"220 West AVC- -------'----------- - 9 Izfightbill, Lucille-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,,,,..,,.,,....,,.., Chapman. Ruth-124 Williams Sf- --I...---.-..--.---.. 9 Brink, LoiS,.S. Prospect St. A--..-,A.....,Y ,,----- C hapman, Vivian-I23 Hawthorne St. ........ . 9 Bristol, HClCH-'I6I Harvard Ave. .. Chandler, Barbara-308 Park AVC- --e---------------- -- 9 Brock, A1bert,.436 Oxford Ave. '---AA,, Cheetham, JOHN--2OI Marsielles Ave. .....,..,... IO Brodbeck, Iumha-312 Sixth st. ........,.....,......... Chismafr Cecilia-60 Chestnut Sf- ---.I-. -- 9 Brokaw, Iessie-I2I Taft Ave. ..............,...........,.,, Clllzmaf- Antllone'-364 Vulcan St- ---- -l---'---'--- l l Brooker, 'Richard-no Courtland St. -nnlhhhnnhhn Chobanoff, Elaine-361 Oxford St. ..,......,........... II Brookhauser, George-528 Ohio St. .................. Chflstmana Ruth-514 Cleveland St- l-------------- lo grouse, Jaok...220 Chestnut Sr. ,r,,-- ,,,,--.. .,,,-.-A C h ristman, Shirley-316 Seventh St. .....,.......,. . IO Brouse, Jack-II4 Wurst Ct. .,.,.,.,,..,,...,... ,,r,,.., C lflgllano, Joe-1828 Middle Ave- ---- --'-- - 9 Brown, Bernell-I42 Riverside Ct. .,..r....... ..,.. C laPP, PhYllls"5l4 Park Place oooo- --44-----l- I 0 Brown, Florence-Apt. I2, Endly Blk. .,.....,,.,. Clatlt, Edward'-144 Sofnoo St- --------'---- ----------- I 0 Brown, jane-Apt. I2, Endly Blk. ....,................ Clark, Robert .lay-R-ll I- Elyria -------'--'---------- I1 Brown, jolyn-.222 Eighth St, ,,--,,,,,,,,,,,-.,.....-,,,,,, Clark, Robert W.-I44 Spruce St. ..,................,. II Brubaker, Do,-r...229 George Sr, --rr.,,, Clausius, William-I82 Spruce St. .,... .. ...,,.. ., W. Bruce, June..R.D. I, Gfaftolj .---'-A.. Coe, Cornell Ave. .............,., ........... l 0 Bruce, Robert-R.D. I, Grafton ,......, Coen. Eafl"153 Bell AVC- -------"l-l-"l----'--'- ---------l- I 2 Brunner, Lillian-128 Kipling St. ,......... Cohen, Helene-321 Denison AVC- ---------"---------- ll Buchholz, Wilma-624 East Avo. ,,,,--,,,,, -.,,,--- C oleman, Eleanor-801 E. River St. ,................ . 9 Buck, Mildred-603 E. Broad St, ,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,, C ollier, Gordon-Stop IO, Lake Ave. ............... IO Buckingham, Halden-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,........,,... Colllof, .lames-Stoll 10, Lake Ave- -""------------- -- 10 Budach, JoyCe...608 Cleveland St. 'YYY----.--.--v"Y..v,-- Collins, GCOfgCttC-311 ElCVCl1th St. ,.......,...... IO Bullock, Wayne-408126 Woodlawn Ave. ....,. Collins- Wllllam"607 West Ave- ---f'-------l -4--- - 9 Bombaok, xvilliamls Crehore Cr, ,,..--,, Comer, Thomas-I 58 Lake Ave. .,......,.................. II Bungart, Lyle.1R.D. 2, Elyria ..,.-.--,,-,--,.,',-,r--.,--. Comerford, Genevieve-207 Clark St. ............ IO Burdick, Pauline-124 Haryvggd Sf. .-----r....,,--,,, Comstock, H3fYlSOH-244 Sf. .................. W. Burgan, Carol-252 Second Sr, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Comstock, jean-349 Eleventh St. ............,.,... W. Burgett, Frank-200 Parmely Ave. ,,...... Congofr Go1'ald"630 East AVC- -'----------- ----- - 9 Burgett, Richard-303 Clark St. ..........,...........,.... Conrad, Charles'-215 Cornell Ave. ------- - 9 Burnstein, Sanford-619 W. River St. .,....,..... Cook. Ambrose-334 Slxtoonth St- ----4l---l 4---- - 9 Burrows, Bill-I I8 E. Hghts. Blvd. .......,..,.... Cooks Donald'-1600 West Ave- ----l---------------4--- W- Buswell, Bob-I22 Elizabeth St. ............,. Cook: Dorothy Mao-1600 West Ave- ----------- - 9 Buswell, Lucille-I805 East Ave, ,,,.....,..,,,,...,,.... Cook. George-'334 Sixteenth St- ----------------------- - 9 Buswell, Marjorie-514 Foster Ave. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. Cook, Hazel-334 Sixteenth St- --------------------------- W- Buterbaugh, Rothard--319 Eleventh St. ,........ Cooley, Bob-454 Tenth St- -------------- ---------- I 0 Byam, Shir-lgy..108 Cornell Ave. ..--...--".,......-..,, Corey, LaUTa12IIw Second St. .........................,. II Bycynski, steve-1025 Middle Ave, .,,,, Corkill, Frances-406tTenth Sf. .......................... . 9 Corkill, Mary Elizabeth-406 Tenth St. ...... ll - C- Corts, Margaret-154 Cleveland St. .........,........ I2 Couch, Nancy-215 Winckles St. ,,,,,,...,,.,,,,..,,,,,, NV, Cairns, Bud-316 Columbia Ave. ........... Coughlin, C3T0l-406175 Middle Ave. .............. . 9 af 'IMF' 'l" H wav T if 'gl llllllllirrriunz . Q I I ,I m Im W- Erghtyluo H " I ml mul I :WJ IIII 'Ill . , I -, ' E," iff. 1 -Q" , .. ' ' . I Vai,-r'fi:?l rmi'l'..l.:4,Q-,l V it :rv III' l!mIIlI.:lmIilllllllllm I 4'of,ls-'A im ,Q Em' I'l.1,,q1I 'A 'io 'An ll ll HHH , , If n ' mu-:sum :sw It 1 'l lg f ' V, 'ar -'qv .U ,s-1--.'-A- tgvgvatl-Zn, ,- ' -.. -Q ' , . 'L -if Coughlin, Richard-40699 llliddle Ave. ......., . Cowley, Charles-183 Bath St. ............... . ..,....... .. Cox, Pearl-500 East Ave. ....,.....,..,.............. ........ . Crawford, GlCI1ll-I II7 Middle Ave. .....,.......A . Craine, JCZUI-419 Third St. ...,,.....,.................,,..,.. . Cremeans, lVIartha-132 Huron St. ..........,.,,... . Crisp, NHIICS'-I24 Denison Ave. ...,,,. ............... . Croft, Lester-209 Huron St. .,,.,......... ..,.. . Cromling, Bill-548 Lodi St. ,,.,,.....r. Crooks, 5102.11-34.7 E. River St. .........,. ........ . Crooks, .TOYCC-347 E. River St. .r....,...... ........ . Crossmier, Nola--839 Bond St. .,,.,,,...,,..........,,.,... . Crozier, Edna-831 Lake Ave. .,.............,. .....,,....... . Cruce, Magdaleile-I9o9 Middle Ave. .r...... . Csonka, SXCVC-134 VVoodford Ave. .r........,r..... . Culp, Charles--1365 East Ave. ...........,..,,......,,..... . Curcillo, Ernest-322 Eighteenth St. .............. . -D-- Dachner, Aaron-252 Seventh St. ,.,..,.... .,...... . Dachner, llflorris-252 Seventh St. ....... ....,... . Daly, JIICR-108 Denison Ave. ...r.....,. ....,.. . Damm, Bernice-628 VVest Ave. ....,... ........ . Dany, Elizabeth-315 Beech St. ............. ,.,..... . Daraby, George-1330 W. River St. .........,,,., . Datena, Rose-I 16 Garvin Ave. .......... ...r.....,,..... . 1939 Donahue, A1111-243 Bath St. ..........,,,,...........,......,... IO Donovan, Cecil--I IO lVIarseilles Ave. .... ..... 9 Dostall, Bob-II3 Nichols Ct. ,.,,,............... .......... I I Dowdell, Bernard-430 Jefferson St. .,............. II Dowdell, Ted-430 Jefferson St. ...................,..., I0 Dowell, Roberta-418 W. Eighth St. ............... 9 Drake, Pauline-559 Cleveland St. .............,....... I0 Drowns, Marie-East Carlisle ......,..,..,... ..,..... lf V. DuBose, Moultrie-824 East Ave. ........ ........... W . DuBose, Rembert-824 East Ave. ...... ........ W . Duckett, 5102111-II27 E. River St. ........ ...,....... I I Duckett, Noel-508 E. Broad St. ,....................... IO Dudek, Wanda-342 Seventeenth St. ........,...... IO Dumke, Eileen--214 Foster Ave. ...,.........,..,....... VV. Duncan, Bob-3 Tattersall Ct. ..,................,....... W. Dunfee, George-R.D. 2, Fuller Rd. ............... IO Dunford, Leonard-237 Eighth St. .................. I2 Dunlap, Thomas-440 Jefferson St. .........,........ I0 Dunn, Jack-341 Third St. ....................... .......... I O Dunn, Margie-341 Third St. ............ .......,.. T II Dutch, Bill-535 Ohio St. .......................................... II Dutch, Louise-535 Ohio St. .................................... I0 Dzieniszewski, TCd1327 Longford Ave. ....., II -- pg.. Eady, Ruth-248 Howe St. .,,,,.....,........,... ,.,...,.... I o Eager, H2261-413 Elyria Block ........... ........... I O Early, Robert-I42 Bell Ave. ............ ......,... I I Easly, Phil-316 Twelfth St. ............... .......... I I Echko, Bill-I60 Woodford Ave. ,,.......,..........,,.. II Eckenroad, I!'XVlIl-I3I Bell Ave. ,..,........,...,....... VV. Eddington, Dorothy-632 Cleveland St. ......... 9 Eddington, Earl-632 Cleveland St. .................. 9 Edwards, Betty Rose-314 Twelfth St. ......... 9 Edwards, Helen-1202 West Ave. .................,... I2 Davidson, lbI3I'l0l1-455 Earl Ct. ........... ........... . Davies, Carolyn-355 E. Hgts. Blvd. .............. . Davis, Agnes--229 VV. Bridge St. ....................... . Davis, Elllily-8OI Foster Ave. ....,..............,..,...... . Davis, Thomas Herman-935 Lake Ave. ..... . Day, Richard-232 Columbus St. .........,.,...,,...... . Dean, Betty-I66 Cleveland St. ........................,. . Decker, Bill-238 E. Hgts. Blvd. ,...............,...,.. . Decker, Charles-14.7 E. Hgts. Blvd. ....,...,., , Dellefield Irvin--505 Lake Ave. ..............,........... , Dellefield, Lois-505 Lake Ave. ....,.....,,,. ......,,..,,.. . Dellisanti, Andy-I328 W. River St. ..,........... . Dellisanti, Casey-1328 W. River St. .........,..,, . Dellisanti lVIary Josephine-1328 W. River DeMarco, AllgCl31l24 Quincy St. ..,.,,........... . DcMaria, Frank-346 S. Maple St. .,,,..,,.,.,.,.., . Edwards, Marguerite-I938 Middle Av Edwards, Paul-Stop 5, Grafton Rd. C Delllaria, jean-346 S. Nlaple St. ...,.....,,,,,,.,... . Demas, Helen-YVest Ridge ..................,,,.,.,.,,,,.,..,. Denes, Frank-R.D. I, LaGrange ......,.............. Deutsch, LC0ll3.l'd'-346 Cambridge St. ......,,,,. . Dewhurst, Pat-356 Fourth St. ........,..................., . Diewald, David-154 Abby Rd. ...,.,..,.... Diewald, Raymond-I54 Abby Rd. ..,.,.. ........ . Diewald, UfSUlH-I54 Abby Rd. .....,.. ..,...., , Dilgren, JUIICLSZI Park Ave. ................... ........ . Dillingham, Eileen-833 Bond St, ...,......,,,,,...,,.., , Dixon, Harry-144 Harrison St. .........,,,,,,........... . Dobrowski, Stanley-.1518 Middle Ave. ........ . Doebel, Bob-I07 Princeton Ave. .......................... . Doman, Bertha--552 Vlucan St. ........ ........ . Eighiylhree Ehlers, Eleanor-R.D. 3, Elyria ..................., Ehlert, .TOIIIIIIC-Ill Longford Ave. ...... . Ehlke, Bill-532 East Ave. ....,....,............. Ehrke, NOfIl131lII3 East Ave. .............. ..... . Ehrlich, Eld0l1-lI2 Broad St. ...................... . Ehrman, Edward-332 E. Bridge St. ....... . Elbert, B0b--I26O East Ave. .................................... I I Elbert, George-I22 Riverdale Ct. .......... ..... I 0 Elek, B0b--127 Parkview Ct. ,,..,......., , Elek, Frank-322 VV. River St. ...... .....,.... . Elek, joe-322 W. River St. ............... ........... I 2 Elek, Steve-322 W. River St. .............. ..... 9 Elliot, 5-I,3IllCCiI33 E. Hgts. Blvd. ......,... ,.... 9 Elmes, Helen Louise-546 Lodi St. ....,............. II Elsten, jack-R.D. 3, Griswald Rd. ..... ..... ....... I O Elton, Jack-235 E. Hgts. Blvd. ........... ........... I 0 Emary, J0llll-261 Harison St. .,....... ........... I 0 Emay, Robert-261 Harrison St. ..,......,................. 9 Emody, Joe-528 Furnace St. .................... .,....... Y V. Q Q ,. ,. r' X ,mo bf if 'Ji ll . js If , il " pglllll 'A ,Ett a at IIE ,g i- Il ' 'I I "fl , , lliifniiifli .- . 1 -- l ilgsif it III, til lim ,L Engle, George-133 N. Maple St. .,...., . Engler, Helen-R.D. 1, Elyria .,,,..... Ensign, Beatrice-West Ridge ...... Ensign, Muriel-28 Samuel St. .,,.,... . Eppley, Bruce-R.D. 3, Elyria .... Erber, Hilda--127 Fourth St. .........,. . Ernst, Arline-R.D. 2, Elyria ..,.,,........... Ernst, Wanda-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,.......,,..,..... Eschtruth, VVinifred-R.D. 3, Elyria .,.. Esker, Jack-507 West Ave. .............,...... . Eucker, Betty Jane-R.D. I, Elyria .. Eva11s, Dave.-409 Middle Ave. .......... . Evans, Elaine-238 Kenyon Ct. ................. . Evenchik, lklarvin-316 Oxford Ave. - F - Farewell, Bill--208 Fourth St. ..,,,,....,,. . Farewell, IFCHC-120 Kaiser Ct. ...,,,....... .. Farkas, Rlldy--219 W. River St. ..,..,......... . Farmer, Wayne Morris-363 Parmaley Farrand, Doris H. --241 119 Temple Ct. Faulhaber, Jack-130 Parkview Ct. ...... . Faulkner, Colletta-R.D. 1, LaGrange Feeley, Marilyn-R.D. 1, LaGrange .... Fell Bill 22 Ohio St , -- 4 . ,,........,...................... Fell Dorothy Lucille--224 Furnace Sl' Fell: Elizabeth Jean-320 s. 1v1ap1e st. Fell, Lois Allll-224 Ohio St. ..............,...... . Fenimore, EVCIYII-IIO Glenwood St. Feran, TYCVHTSZI Sixteenth St. ,,,.....,... Ferguson, Jack-1001 lVIiddle Ave. .... . Feron, Ann-319 Ninth St. .......,........,........,, . Ferriman, Richard--118 Cedar St. ,.,...... . Fiedler, Ivan R.-1 I9 Fremont St Figler, Dorothy-115 Neufer Ct. ....,,. . Filler, JCZII-456 Adams St. .............. . F inegan, Jack-223 Howe St. ,............... . Finnegan, Gerald-301 Huron St. ...,,, . Fitch, Sayre-845 W. Broad St. ...,,....... . Fitzpatrick, Cliff-2102 S. Oak St. ......... . Fling, Robert--R.D. 2, Elyria ..,........,..... Flood, Betty LOU-IOI7 East Ave. .... . Flowers, PCggy-223 Eighth St. .,,...,,,. . Flowers, Ruth-223 E. Eighth St. ....... . Flynn, -lack-220 Harrison St. ...,..., . Flynn, Robert-250 Fifth St. ...,............... . Fobes, Don-329 Nlllth St. ................,,......... . Folley, Harriett-528 Cleveland St. ....., . Foreman, Eileen-227 Lake Ave. ....... . Foreman, Geraldine-227 Lake Ave. .. Qilkif .Qffff 9 IO 1939 Frank, Jim-316 Park Ave. .......................... ........ I I Franklin, Ted-Oberlin Rd., Elyria .................. II Frederick, H3Y0ld-254 Fifth St. .......... ........ I I Freeland, Margaret-Murray Ridge .................. II Fridenstine Bob-R.D. 2, Elyria ................ ,.....,.... 1 2 Fridenstine, Dave-R.D. 3, Elyria ..,........,..,...... W. Fridenstine, Ruth-R.D. 2, Elyria ..........,.......... II Fritz, Anna Mary-R.D. 3, Elyria ....,.. ......,.... W . Fritzsche, Allen, JT.-254 Washington Ave. 9 - G - Gaines, Camilla-S23 Bond St. .............. , Gaines, Fern Arletta-523 Bond St. ....,.,........,.. IO Gallow, Ruth-R.D. 3, Lake Ave. ..................... II Gallo, Mildred-326 Hayes Ave. ,....... ........... W . Gamble, Alberta-132 Denison Ave. ..,.. , ...... ll Gardner, John-600 Foster Ave. ........ . Gardner, Roy-212 Second St. ................ . Gardner, Sidney-600 Foster Ave. . .... Garland, Wayne-337 Cambridge Ave. ......... IO IO IO Gawura, Emily-180 Bell Ave. ...........,..,.. ........ 1 0 Gehring, Carl-158 Pasadena Ave. ........ .,...,., 1 2 Geisel, Ione--441 Ninth St. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Il Gerhartinger, Mary--R.D. 1, Oberlin ............ IO Gerhartinger, Helen-211 Harwood St. ......... IO Gibbens, Don-R.D. 3, Elyria ..........,.,.................... IO Gibbens, Virginia-Stop 6, Lake Ave. .............., ll Gibbons, Clara Mae-997 E. River St. ......... II Gibbs, Harley--123 Clinton Ave. ...................,,,,, II Gilbert, Alice-311 Lake Ave. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, IO Gillespie, Bill-311 Seventeenth St. ,... . Given, Charles Joseph-234 Columbia Ave. 9 Glass, Georgia-3 Woodford Ave. ..................... 9 Gleason, Willam-83055 Lake Ave. ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,.,, IO Gleason, Myina-305 East Broad St. .. IO Gleisner, Howard-Oberlin Rd. ,.,...,..,.,, , .. ..... IO Glover, Bob-511 West Ave. ,,,,,,...,,,,,,,..,,,,, ,,,,,,.. 1 0 Goetz, JCHII-I25 Tannery St. .....................,,..,.... 9 Goldenberg, Louise---148 Cornell Ave. ......,,..., IO Goldstein, Betty-701 Park Ave, ,,,..,,,..,,., II Gonda, Elizabeth-262 E. Broad St. .... . Gooden, Kenneth-227 Erie St. ..1.,....,.,,,....,.,.,,... 9 Goodman, Virginia-119 Homecite Ct. ......... IO Goodrich, Howard-119 S. Olive St. ,,,......e..,.. IO Goodspeed, Helen-119 S. Olive St. ..... IO Gorman, ,lack-205 Stanford Ave. ....... . Gorman, Bob-205 Stanford Ave. .........., ........ 9 Gorman, TOUI-205 Stanford Ave. ........ ........ 1 2 I I Gotro, James-116 William St. .....,,...,...... ,,,,.... 9 Gottlieb, Harold-145 Gorvin Ave. ..... ....... 9 Gove, Sherman-235 Wooster St. ,..,....... ........ 1 0 Foreman, Robert-227 Lake Ave. ....,... ........... G raham, Donna-615 Bond St. .,............................ II Foster, Bob-60 Samuel St, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,,1,,,,, G raham, Jean-121 Parkview Ct. ....................... . 9 Foster, Mary-307 Summer St, ,,,,,, ,,,,1, G rall, Sara Louise-Corner Third and Fowler, Bette-859 Walnut St. ......... ........... M iddle Ave. ........................-.-......--........-................... VV. Fowl, Kenneth--R.D. 3, Elyria ....,.... ........... G ray, Emma-344 E. River St. ...........................-.- I0 Fowl, Malcolm--R.D. 2, Elyria ...... ........... G reen, Lauretta-R.D. 3, Elyria ........... .-...--- I 0 'll' 3,1 'f 5' 1 111"l1l::7fF"L" Efghfyfw in Q Qu! ,eiffir 1 r- :. "' ' .klpf it 'lun g- mi 11:1 L W1 'im '11 .11111!!" "' lUil"l"fl -Y: It 1111 1 4.12: ll Q., lf! .' nil llllllll mil liII1 lIl1l,Q1 fl f r 1 1111 iii' 'lliullliiii' , 1 ' -,1- J, l inliilil 1f'f'P1'Ei:a- ' ' -4,-' 9 ' . 1- .t. Q I 1 - - 1 Green, Shirley-1209 East River St. .,,,,.,,.......... 9 Greene, Dave-236 Oxford St. ...............,..........,... II Greene, Mildred-R.D. I, East River St - ...... 9 Greene, VVilliam-165 Northrup St. .................. 9 Greenich, George-177 Roosevelt Ave. ......,..... II Greer, Charles-158 Northrup St. s...... . Greer, Verdie-158 Northrup St. ,,.,,...,...........,.,. W. Gregorczik, AlViI1-1824 lvliddle Ave. ,.,......... II Grills, Harold-R.D. 2, Elyria .....,..,,,,.l.............,.. 9 Grobe, Marian-Telegraph Rd. ......,....... ........ 1 O Gross, Alfred-1720 East Ave. .....,...... .,...... 9 Gross, Sidney-437 Kenyon, Ave. ,,,,,,...............,t, IO Grueser, Virginia--338 Furnace St. .................. 9 Grugel, Elinor Alberta-210 Blaine St. ..,...... II Gruse, M3Yi0l1-443 Adams St. .,......,.,,........,....,. IO Gurchik, John-107 Malcolm Ct. ..,........ ..,...., 1 0 Guthman, Beatrice-8 Tattersall Ct. .,,..,l...,,,.. I2 Gutowski, Ed-215 Lodi St. .........,.,..,,,,.... . .. H ... Haag, Barbara-1370 East Ave. Haag, Kathryn-1370 East Ave. Haake, Alberta--30 Artemas Ct. .,.,,... . Haake, Doris-30 Artemas Ct. Haas, Donald-322 Eighth St. Haas, Lavera-223 Fairlawn Ave. Hadaway, c:COI'gC--I 1 I2 West Ave. ..... . Haldeman, lllax-116 Glendale Ct. ...........,..... . 9 9 IO II IO I2 II II I0 Halitzka, Louie--316 S. lilaple St. ,, .,,.,.,,.,,... , W. Hall, Arch-512 East Ave. ,.......,........,,.. ........ 1 o Hall, Affhllf-512 East Ave. ........,. ........ 1 o Hall, Betty-SIO VVest St. ..,,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.......,.,,,,.,,. II Halpin, .lean-137 Garvin Ave. ,,,,,,,,,...,......,,,,,,,,,,, I2 Hamlin, Lila-S. Middle Ave., R.D. 2 ..,...... 9 Hamula, Esther-544 Turner St. ,.,.........,.....,,,,,, 9 Hancock, Charles-1004 East Ave. ..,,.......,,,,,,,,,, 9 Hancock, Lois--134 Denison Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,, 9 Hand, -IOC-631 VVest River St. ..........,... ....,... 1 o Handyside, Harlan--212 Boston Ave. ,, ....,.. . IO Haney, Charles-139 Brandston Ave. ......... IO Hange, Geraldine-R.D. 2, Elyria ......,, ...,,.,. I 0 Haning, Margaret-109 Lincoln Ct. .... .....,,,,,... 1 1 Hard, Mary VZIICC-218 Denison Ave. ......... II Hardaker, Lillian Fl0l'CIlCC-1302 East River II Hardaker, Norma -R.D. 1, Elyria ,.......,......... IO Hardy, Leland--R.D. 1 .........................,,,,,,,,,,..,,......... 9 Harper, Ray--136 Pasadena Ave. ,,......... ....... 1 2 Harpster, Wallace-317 Cornell Ave. . ..,.......... IO Harr, june Ann-1318 Middle Ave. ...... ............ 1 1 Harris, Richard-Stop 80, Oberlin Rd. .,,,,.... II Harrison, Frank-R,D, 2, Elyria ....,,,.,.,,, .,,,.,,,,, W , Harvey, Kenneth-403 VV, River St, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,... I2 Harvey, Roland-403 West River St, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, IO Hasza, Malvina-120 VVest River St. ,.,..,.,.,.. W, Haun, Cora-137 Huron St. .....,...,.,,,......... ,.,,,,,. 1 1 Haven, Arlyne-1744 East Ave. ......., . 9 39 HaWthorne,SteWart-212 Washington Ave. Hayes, Ll0yd-226 Harvard Ave. ,,,,,,.,.1,,,,,,,,.,,, , Haynes, Clyde-R.D. 3, Elyria ,,,,,,,,.,.,...,,,,,, Hearne, Bill-553 Ohio St. ..,.,.....,.., . Hearne, Robert--553 Ohio St. ........., . Heath, JQCITY-235 Erie St. ,,,..,...,,,,,,,,.. . Heath, Herbert-235 Erie St. ..........,....... . Heath, Myrtle-227 Chestnut St. .......... ........... . Heathcote, Harold--172 Seneca St. .....,...,.,..,. . Helling, Eleanor MRC-II8 Fairlawn Ave Helling, June-118 Fairlawn Ave. ...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,. . Helyes, Alfred--225 Beech St. ,,.,........................ . Henderson, JCSSiC-3 Colonial Apts. ,............,.. . Henderson, Pete--308 East Broad St. ..........,,, , Hendricks, HOWafd-1113 West Ave. Hengesbaugh, Betty-513 Park Ave, ,,,,,,,,,,.,, , H enke, Gilbert-6Tattersall Ct. ............. . Henry, Betty-609 Lodi St. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,, , Heritage, Norman-370 Columbus St. Herman, Dorothy--611 East River St. Herrick, Norma-504 E. Broad St. ..,,.,,.. ,,,,,.,,. . Heskitt, AilCCn-I4O Courtland St. .,..,. . Hicks, Dorothy-306 East Ave. .....,. , Higgins, Ruth-511 Bond St. ............. . Highgate, Katherine-623 East Ave. Hill, Earl--363 E. Bridge St. ............. . Hill, Roberta-R.D. 3, Elyria ................... ........ Hinderer, Lucille-226 Boston Ave. .... ....... . Hines, Richard-R.D. 3, Gulf Rd. .......,,...,,,,,., . Hines, William-130 Longfellow St. ............. . Hjerpe, Mildred-250 Eighth St. .,.......... ......... . Hoag, Constance A.-128 Winckles Ct. ....,.. . Hoag, Vilma-128 Winckles Ct. ...................... . Hobill, Maryan-426 Oxford Ct. ..................,... . Hobill, Virginia-129 Lake Ave. ............ . Hockaden, Bill-243 Thirteenth St. ................ . Hoffman, Virginia-416 lkliddle Ave. .....,......, . Hofmann, John F.-115 Charles Ct. ............. . Hofmann, Phil-115 Charles Ct. .....,.,..........,... . Hogan, Chester--R.D. 3, Elyria Twp. ,......... . Hogan, Grace-R.D. 3, Elyria ,............................... Hogan, Patty-126 Lincol11 Ct. .....,..... ....... . Hogue, DiCk-130 E. Bridge St. ........ ....... . Hoke, George-316 Stanford Ave. .........,.,....... . Hoke, Pat--316 Stanford Ave. ..........................., . Hopewell, Hunter-323 Seventeenth St. Hopewell, Preston-1736 Middle Ave. Hopewell, Quintella-323 Seventeenth St. .. Hopkins: Dora-R.D. 2, Elyria ,............................ Hopkins, Doris--128 S. Olive St. ,,,,...... ....... , Horace, H3Y0ld-I Frank Ct. ..............,..........,..... . Horace, Vivian-1 Frank Ct. ..............,................ . Horning, Dudley-1025 W. River St. Hornyak, Margaret--R.D. 3, Elyria ...........,..... Horvath, Peter-R.D. 2, LaGrange .,,......,...... Housman, Donald-259 N. Abbe Rd. Ei il lm I I Elghtyjive ll" Q wr Ei 1 L 1 su' W ,wx ' iii ,A ill- I H I If l V ' 1,11 1 '1 .jk 4 ' I' I l A 10- .1 A 11 111 B H i 1 193 Howard, John--R.D. 2, Fuller Rd. .............,.... IO Hoy, Bob-7 Frank Ct. ....................................,.,...,.A,.A IO Hoy, Marjorie-7 Frank Ct. .......A........A.,......A.......... 9 Hudson, Vivian--346 Columbus Ave. v....l........, 9 Huebner, Barbara-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. ...... IO Huffman, Dave-145 Stanford Ave. .........,........ II Hull, Helen Louise-317 Oxford Ave. ............ IO Hull, Shirley-R.D. I, Grafton ........................... II Hull, William-303 E. Hgts. Blvd. .................. 9 Hummrick, Jane-206 East Bridge St. ............ 9 Humphrey, Mary-347 Twelfth St. ...............,.. IO Hunker, Phyllis-270 Winckles St. ..............,...... 9 Hunter, Marian-338 Oxford Ave. .................. II Hurd, Claire-III Highland Ct. ........... ........... I O Hurlbut, Jim-R.D. 2, Elyria ...,..,.......... .,.......,. I O Hurst, Donald-R.D. I, LaGrange ...,...... ...,. 9 Huston, Howard-205 Park Ave. ................,....,,. I2 Hutchison, Margaret-226 Bath St. .........,..... W. Hutchinson, Marian--229 E. Third St. ....,.... IO Hutchinson, TOIII-229 E. Third St. , .,....,,..... , IO Hysell, Dick-115 Floral Ct. .....,.,.....,,....,,...,...,.....,. II - 1 - Ickes, Bill-603 Lodi St. ............. . Ickes, James--603 Lodi St. .....,....... ...... 9 Ickes. Tom-260 Olive St ...................... ........... 1 I Ignatz, Frank-358 W. River St. ........................ 9 Ignatz, William--127 Blake St. ........................... 9 Ingram, Margaret E.-South Prospect St. 9 Ingram, Mary-Prospect St. ..................,.,,,,....,...,... VV. Ingwer, Donald-216 Clark St, ,,.,,,...,,,,,,.,,,..,,,... 9 Innes, George-644 Lodi St. ............... ....,.,.... I 0 Irion, Paul-423 Third St. ...............,....... ..,..,,,,.. 1 1 Ives, Doris Ione--318 Sumner St. ,....... ..,,....... 1 0 Ives, Marian-318 Sumner St. ......., ........... 1 I 1 J 1 Jabbusch, Robert-R.D. 3, Elyria ......................,, I0 Jackson, Jean-803 West River St ...................... II Jackson, Jimmy-R.D. 2, Elyria .........,. .,..., 9 Jacobs, J0l1llLl I8 Woodford Ave. ..... ...... 1 1 Jalowiec, HCICII-152 Warren Ave. .........,.,...... Ii Jamerson, Betty-247 Oberlin Rd. ..................... 9 James, Jean-115 Cornell Ave. ..,,,,..,,,.,.....,,,,,,...... II Janowicz, lVIary-425 W. Fifteenth St. ......... 9 Jaycox, Alice B136-I22 Chestnut St, ...,,,,..,..,,. ll Javcox, Eileen-122 Chestnut St. ........ ..... 1 o Jenkins, Ida-111 Hazel St. ,.,..,,..,,.,.,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,..,,,, 1 0 Jenkins, Julia Lee-111 Hazel St. ....... ......... W . Jenne, GYHCC--409 Adams St. ,,.,,,...,.. ...,,,,,,,. 1 1 Jenny, Sterling--191 Bath St, .,.,..... ,,,....,, W , Jensen, Neal-415 Second St. ,....,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,.,,,.., 9 Jensen, Patricia-54 Samuel St. .............................. I I Jiovanazzo, Catherine-206 E. Bridge St. 9 iovanazza, DOII1lI1lC--206 E. Bridge St. ...... 9 1 .N IIII lliil ""m"I 7' f'l,m11l11l?""'liz II 1 1' 4 i A", ' 1 flfl ' ii -Qi' ff. l i "H ' . , v1,. II' , ,Tm HH ijurff' lu: 'iil:. N' I I iw ll! I I-I ' 9 Johnson, Beverly JCZIIIIIC'--136 Longfellow Ave. .,,,..............,,.......,..................,,.............,..,...................... IO Johnson, Bob-R.D. 3, Elyria .......,............,.,.......... II Johnson, Fred-349 Seventeenth St. , ....,,....... W. Johnson, Gladys-167 Fairlawn Ave. .......,,...... II Johnson, James-167 Fairlawn Ave. ..... .....,,. 9 Johnston, Darrell-190 Sheriff St. .,,,,,,..,, ...,,,.. 1 0 Johnston, Lillian-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,.,....... ......., 1 1 Jones, Barbara-400 Louisiana Ave. ...,, ........ I I Jones, Bob-239 Harwood St. ............... ........ 9 Jones, Claudia-558 Columbus St. .,,.........,........ IO Jones, Iris-418 West Ave. ...............,....... ........... W . Joviak, FTHHK-424 Kenyon Ave. .,.,,, ..,,,,,, I I Joy, Edith--R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. ..,... .,,..... I I Joy, Faith-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. ..,........... ....,.., I 0 Joy, Florence-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. ..... ............. I 0 Justavick, Dick-479 W. Eighth St. ..........,....... II Justen, ELlgCI1C-223 Roosevelt Ave. .................. IO Justin, Evelyn--136 Garvin Ave. ,.........,,,.............. IO Jwiczynski, Andrew-R.D. 3, Murray Ridge IO ...K- Kaczmarczyk, Joh11-1312 West Ave. ,.,,........ 9 Kaiser, Bob-263 Harwood Ave. .,,,,....,.,.. ........ I O Kaiser, Jack-263 Harwood Ave. ...... ........ I 0 Kaiser, Phil-430 Lodi St. ......,....... ....,,.. 9 Kaiser, Thelma--3 Frank Ct. ,.,,.... ........ I I Kapcar, Michael-129 Elbe St. ............ ........ I 0 Kaplan, Louie-301 Lodi St. .........,............. ..,,.... 9 Kaplan, Miriam-301 Lodi St. ,..,.....,.........,..... .... I O Kara, Albert-R.D. 3, Griswald Rd. ....,... ...... Y V. Karbowniczek, Stanley-327 Eighteenth St .... II Karnes, Robert--711 Poplar St. ......................,.... 9 Karp, Bob-339' Furnace St. ,.,............... ........ 1 I Kasik, Anne-R.D. 2, Elyria ....................... Kauffman, Kenneth-604 Lake Ave. ...,,....,........ 9 Kavalicz, Eleanor-248 West River St. ...,..... 9 Kavula, Ann-R.D. I, LaGrange ........... ........ I O Keisler, Bill-515 East Broad St. ........... ........ I 2 Keith, Alma-804 Lake Ave. .................. ........ I 0 Kelly, Edith-417 E. Broad St. ............ ........ 1 o Kelly, Eleanor--522 E. Broad St. ....,...... ..,...,. 9 Kelly, Mary-500 Park Ave. .................. .....,,,..... 9 Kenawell, Bill-143 Charles Ct. .........,................. 9 Kent, Arnold-234 Boston Ave. ........................... II ICCIII, Fredrick LHYVFCHCC-234 Boston Ave. II Kershaw, Edward--101 Furnace St. ,,,..,............ IO Kershaw, Mary Ruth-II5 Brooklyn St. .,.,.. IO Kershaw, Richard-250 Second St. ..................... I1 Keyes, Mary JO-442 Oxford Ave. ..................,.. 9 Kiehm, Helen--215 E. Hgts. Blvd. ........ ........ 1 0 Kief, Donald+715 West River St. ........ ........ 9 Kienly, Elizabeth-157 Clark St. .. II King, Anna-R.D. 3, Elyria .........,, IO King, DOH--I4O Longfellow St. ......... Kinney, Lloyd-215 Harwood St. ........... ........ 1 I Eightyszx Kintner, DOIIRld-820 Park Ave. ....... . Kipf, Betty-4,11 Tenth St. ........,...., . Kirk, Robert-544 Second St. ........ . Kirkwood, -lilll-719 Park Ave. ..... . Klamut, Dorothy-R.D. 2, Elyria r.... 1939 I I 9 IO Klarys, Frances-1030 Lake Ave. .....,.... ......,,,.,. Y V. Klimczak, Edward-I36 Huron St. ..................,.. IO Klinect, Eugene-180 Longfellow St. ..........,,... 9 Klyop, Ann-200 Fifteenth St. ,,.,...........,,,,,,......... IO Klyop, Eleanor-520 Fifteenth St. l...,.........,,,,... IO Knepper, Jenny Lind-436 Jefferson St. ......... IO Knepper, Thurlow lblax-436 Jefferson St. I2 Knerien, Keith-126 Parkview St. ,.,..,.,..l............. II Knowles, Jack-706 Penfield Ave. .. ............ .. 9 Kochis, Helen-523 Furnace St. .....,..., ..,..i...... W . Koepp, lllaxine-328 Ninth St. ,.,........ ......... I 1 Koepp, Rllth-328 Ninth St. ...,....,......., .,......, 9 Kohn, Kay-322 Tenth St. ..........,..,,...,,,,,,. .ii,,.,,. 9 Koller, Martha-221 Cleveland St. ..,.,. . Koplin, Harry-825 VVest Ave. .......... , II IO Korzan, Delphine-1703 West Ave. ...... ,.....,,. W . Kosik, Anne-R.D. 2, Elyria ............ Koske, Bob-335 Lodi St. ,,,.,,.......,,i..,,,, ,H Kostyo, Bill-603 Fifteenth St. .,........ . Kostyo, Bob-603 Fifteenth St. .......... , Kowalewski, Olive-417 Bond St. ......... . II io Kozmits, C1623-229 Beech St. ....................,,.,,,.,,,,,, 9 Krabec, Frances-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,,,,...,..... ,,,,,,,,,. 9 Kranyak, Lillian--1 IS Longfellow Ave. ........ . Krebs, Donald-112 Nlound St. ..,,,,...,,,,,.,,,,,il.t,.. 9 Krebs, Paul-126 Harwood St. ,.......,., ...,,,,,.,,,... 1 0 Kreps, Mary-10 Smith Ct. ,,,.,,.,...........,,.,,..,,, ,,,,... W , Krentzfield, Betty-251 Third St. ....,.....,,,,,......... IO Kristof, Billy-R.D. 1, Grafton ...,.,........................ II Kristoff, Josephine--885 VV. River St. IO Kristoff, Stanley-885 W. River St. .................. IO Krugman, Ruth-129 Clark St. ,.,,.......... ................ 9 Krupka, Floyd-281 Bon Air Ave. ....... . Kubuske, Margaret--111 Riverdale Ct. .,,.,,... 9 Kucharek, Helen-44.4 Eighth St. .......... . Kucharek, Roman-444 Eighth St. ................ ,.... 9 Kufner, lVIarguerite Florence-209 Blair me St. I0 Kuhl, L2.VVI'CIICC-2 Frank Ct. ..................,,,............ 9 Kunitz, Richard--125 N. lklaple St. ,,,,,,.,.......... 9 Kuss, Gordon-218 E. Hgts. Blvd. ...... . - L .. I O Lacrosse, Albert-119 Taft Ave. ...........,............... 9 Lanaghan, Burton-R.D. 3, Elyria ...,..,... - .,.... W. Lapos, Louis-140 Irondale St. .........,,,, ,. Lash, Vvilliillll---3315 Furnace St. ...... . Lauck, Lillian-242 Harvard Ave. ...... . I I IO I I Lauer, Russell-R.D. 2, Elyria ............,..... ,.......... I o Lauer, Warren-R.D. 2, Elyria .....,............,...,... , 9 LaValle, Geraldine-219 Winckles St. ............ 9 Lawson, Roy-423 Tremont St. ,...,...................,..... 9 Leamon, BC1'I1iCC-I2I7l7Q West Ave. .... 9 Leamon, KIZIUCS--I2I7yZ West Ave. .,...,............ IO Ledyard, Juanita-128 Quincy St. ......... .......... 9 Lee, C160-325 Oberlin Rd. .................. ........ W . Lee, lVIona--132 Harwood St. ............. ...,....,. I I Lee, VIVi3lI+2OQ George St. ......,............. .....,.. W . Leedale, Willam--1314 Middle Ave. ......,...,.... II Leber, Jack-827 East Ave. ........................,.,.,.......... II Lehman, Evelyn--R.D. I, N. Abbe Rd. ..,,..... II Lehman, 'TIIOHIHSTZIO E. Fourteenth St. W. Leifer, Philip-IIIO East Ave. .....................,........ II Leonard, Joseph--R.D. 2, Elyria ,,,,,,...,, ....,.,. W . Leonowich, joe-R.D. 2, Elyria ..,..............,......... IO Leppien, Herman-310 S. Maple St. .................. IO Lersch, Lois-231 Columbus St. .....,....,. ..... I I Lescher, Lois-2 Laura Ct. .,................,...............,.,.. I2 Lesesky, Helen Mary-250W Fifth St. ........ W. Lesesky, Stanley-25056 Fifth St. ........,.......,,...... 9 Lesher, LHMZT-150 West Ave. ........,.................. VV. Lesnick, Evelyn-5 Lesnick Ct. .,................,...,.... VV. Letterly, Russell-R.D. 3, W. River Rd. .,... , Letterly, Ruth-R.D. 3, W. River Rd. ............ IO Lewis, Jeanette-R.D. 3, Elyria ................... ....... I I Ligotke, Wolfgang-422 Bon Air Ave. ............ 9 Limovitz, Norman-5 West Ave. .............. ..... 9 Limpack, Virgil-161 Courtland St. ,.,,,,,..,........ I0 Lindberg, Marian-1301 lvliddle Ave. .,.......... II Linden, Bernard-R.D. 3, Elyria ......... .......... I I Linden, Edward-R.D. I, Elyria ....,....... IO Linden, William-R.D. 3, Elyria .... II Lingenfelter, Carl-154 Oak Sf. ....... II 9 Linn, Don-129 Glendale ..............,...,,............ ..... Livelsberger, Clifford-5 Plaza Apts. ..... ..... 9 Lonsway, Bob--239 Erie St. ..........,....,.................... II Lottman, Arlene--East River Road ...,.,....,..,....... II Lottman, Mildred-R.D. I, Elyria .......,... ..... 9 Lounsbrough, AlVin-322 Prospect St. ,.,..,,..,.,... 9 Love, Elizabeth-52 Colonial Apts. ................., II Lowery, Bernard-327 Columbus St. .,.......,..... II Lowery, Joseph-327 Columbus St. ,,,.,,..,............ IO Lubitsky, Helen-96 VVoodford Ave. ..... ..... 9 Lugas, Clara-1818 Middle Ave. ......,,,.,.,. ..... 9 Lumley, Richard-121 Beverly Ct. ........... ,,... 9 Luppino, GTRCC-6I2 Lodi St. .................. ....,.,.., I 0 Linsky, Bl3.l1CC--433 W. River St. ......... .......... I O Lysaght, Jack--418 Second St. .........,..,,,... .....,.... I I Ludwig, Lloyd-235 Hamilton Ave. .................. II - llc - McAndrews, Doris-212 Fourteenth St. ......... 9 McAndrews, Robella-196 Bath St. .........,.,,..... IO McAvena, Dorothy-874 W. River St. ............ II McCain, Wilma-N. Abbe Rd., Elyria ..........,. I2 McCarty, Alice-R.D. 3 ..........,,.,....................... , ...... IO McCaulley, Iennayevonne-R.D. 3, Murray Ridge ..............................................,..................................... II f W It eel, .,, lim Fightyseven .1 If -X M NHL' if , U .J "1 ' N' ' i llalll: , . 1, , ,.::i:4:::: I' u 1 i' A a I 'sw im-ia 'V 193 McCullough, Earl-134 Elbe St. ............ .,....,.,, I 0 McDermott, Bob-146 Clinton Ave. .....,..,......... I2 Howard-3x6 Prospect St. - ....... W. McDonald, Alyce-409 West Ave. ..........A.......... 9 fMcElfresh Mary JCZU1-103 E. Hgts Blvd. II McGowin, Shirley-110 Wurst Ct. .........,......,. 9 McGregor, Helen-513 E. River St. .................. IO lWcKenzie, Margaret-142 Northrup St. ...,.. I2 McKenzie, RllSSCll-I42 Northrup St. ............ 9 lVIcKitrick, Grace-316 Prospect St. .,..............,. I0 McKitrick, 9 Mertz, Donna Jean-R.D. 3, Elyria .....,,. Meschke, Fl0yd-208 Longford Ave. Messaros, Emma-I I8 Blake St. .........,.... . Messaros, Marian-118 Blake St. ..... . Metera, Wanda-1606 West Ave. .. Meyer, Rita-409 Park Ave. ........,......,,...... . Michael, Lydia-343 Winckles St. ...,...,.. . Michowka, ,Tulia-R.D. 3, Lake Ave. Mihalsik, Margaret-135 Rush St. ,......... . Mihalski, Helen-416 W. Fifteenth St. McLaughlin, Bernie-115 Fairlawn Ave. W. McLaughlin, Virginia-115 Fairlawn Ave. IO McMurray, Virginia-R.D. I, LaGrange W. lWcNeal, Ray-243 Cornell Ave. ........................... 9 - M - lVIacBeth, Clayton James-R.D. 3, Lake Ave. ,............................,.......,.....,............................ IO lVIacDonald, Ruth Ellen-310 Fifth St. ..,...... IO MacFarland, Edward-169 Hamilton St. ...... 9 fMacFarland, Shirley-169 Hamilton St. ..,... II lwaclienzie, .ICHII-540 E. Broad St. ................t. IO lVIacon, Fannie-1832 lVIiddle Ave. .. ......... .. 9 Maddox, JOYCC-103 Malcom Ct. ........ .......... I I Madok, Helfll-IO4Q E. River St. ....... . 9 lNIahl, EllCCl1-437 E. Broad St. ..........,.,,............. II lwaiher, Frank-R.D., Middle Ave. ...........,..,.t. IO lllalanowski, BCl'l1HI'd--354 Thirteenth St. 9 lvlalanowski, Chester-348 Twelfth St. ......... 9 Malanowski, Leona-428 W. Twelfth St. II hliko, Helen-217 VV. River St. ,,.,.....,.... . Miko, William-217 VV. River St. ........ . Miller, Agnes-R.U. 2, Elyria ..,...,...... Miller, Harold-R.D. 2. Elyria ..........,.... Miller, MHfg3TCf1Q3Q VV. River St. ....... . Miller, Mildred--R.D. 2, Elyria .......... Miller, MYTOII-I33 Clark St. ...,............. . Miller, Ruby-Lake Ave. ..................................... . Mills, Beverly-102Vz Cleveland St. .....,. . lkiills, Megan-144 Brandston Ave. ...,. . lllinch, Bill-241 Harwood Ave. ,........ . Minch, Genevieve-137 Clark St. ................ . Minkler, Everett-222 Harwood St. ...,,..... . Minnich, Frank-417 Twelfth St. ........ . Mitchell, Betsy-514 Nliddle Ave. ....,... . Mitchell, Thomas-522 Twelfth St. .......,,. . Mittler, Geza-574 Turner St. ................ Mohrman, Beverly MHC-384 Columbus St Molosky, Dorothy-1401 East Ave. ....... . Nlontagnese, 513111651315 Eighteenth St. Moon, Glenn-R.D. I, Elyria ...,...i.....i,........... Moon, Marilyn-148 Denison Ave. ..... . Malik, J0hI1-I I4 lrondale Ct. ....,.............,........... IO Malick, Stanley-164 Woodbury St. ...,.......i...... 9 Marsh, D011-337 Stanford Ave. ...........,,...........,., I0 Marsico, Lucille-320 E. River St. ....,....,.....,,.... IO Martin, Claude-264 Spruce St. ....,...... ,......i.. I I Martin, Mary-321 Lodi St. ............ ..... 9 Martin, Phillip--316 Tenth St. ............,, ...i..,.,. I 0 Martin, Vivian-135 E. Fourth St. ...............,...,. II Mason, Harriet-R.D. 2, Elyria ........................... 9 Mason, Mary jane-R.D. 2, Elyria ,.,.,............. IO lvlason, Warren-401 Lodi St. ....,.........,............... IO Mason, Wilford-I I4 Floral Ct. ....,,...,. ,.... 1 0 Nfatti, D011-912 Walnut St. .................... .....i.... I I Maurer, Dick-158 Courtland St. .....,......,,.......... io Mayda, Chester-457 Cleveland St. 9 Maynard, Bettie--324 Fifth St. ,,.,.,,,,,, ..... 9 hleecha, Meckley, Dick-219 Cornell Ave. Alliella-I22 Northrup St. 9 Meecha, Elmer-122 Northrup St. ...........,,,.,..... Il lVIeeker, Mike--210 VV. River St. Meinke, Ruth-III Hamilton St. .........,........,..... II Meinke, Wayne--237 Howe St. ...,.........,....,........ IO Meredith, Hubert--134 E. Hgts. Blvd. ......... io Meredith, Virginia--329 Fifth St. ......i.....i......,.,.. IO Nlergard, Clara-113 Parkview Ct. .....,... ........ W . Mergard, .I0l1ll-318 Lodi St. ..............,... ..... 9 if ll' N K , wr, IIII lllll PHP? Ezghtyezght 1' I Tl bij , -H323 'S-2 . inn :ning ,uy rwl II fel. r'1"' 1 ljfll'iI',i,T l f lk-f "Ili ll with X i...sl ., i I un 1, hi .139 is .-1, 1 . ar-la' w. wfj' . kiddie ffl lVIoore, Edward-416 Third St. .,....,.. . Moore, Lucille--416 Third St. .,...,,..... . Moore, Virginia-416 Third St. ......r....... . Morris, George-226 Princeton Ave. .... . Morse, Peggy-916 Park Ave. .................... . Moss, lwargaret-316125 Sixth St. .,,...,...... . Mottola, Wesson-120 Chase St. ..........,.. . Mudge, James Clarance-124 Lewis Ct Mudge, Marjorie-124 Lewis Ct. ............. . Muffly, Allen-R.D. I, Elyria ......,................ Murowski, Harry-313 S. Maple St. .... . Murbach, john J.-129 Brandston Ave. Murbach, John W.--409 Washington Ave Murray, Gordon--313 High St. ,.................. . lVIustin, Harry-601 West Ave. ......... . Myers, Carrol-519 Bond St. .,.......,..... . Myers, JOYCE--243 E. Broad St. ......... . Myers, Norman-325 Kenyon Ave. .....,.... . Myers, Wanda L.-342 E. River St. ........ . Mynchenberg, GCOTgC-I4l Denison Ave -N- Nagorka, Helen-I62 S. Abbe Rd. ....,... . Nagorka, Roman-227 Abbe Rd. ......... . Nagy, EIHIDZI-881 VVest River St. Nagy Ollll-443 West River St. ........... ....A..... . , J Nagy, Judy-117 West River St. ....... . Neill, NHIICY-I I3 Princeton Ave. ....... . Nesbitt, Betty IEIIICLI24 Lewis Ct. ................. . Nevins, john-323 North St. ...i.....ii... .........A . Nevins, Phoebe-323 North St. ........ ...i.....A . Nichols, Beth-1815 East Ave. Nichols, Doris-1815 East Ave. ..,..,.. .......... . Nichols, Gidell-1535 East Ave. .i.....,.. . Nichols, Harris-323 lliddle Ave. .i.....,,........... . Nicholi, Robert-I I9 Erie St. .............i.. ..i........ . Niegowski, Nettie-1810 VVest Ave. ....... , Niegowski, VValter-1213 Bank St. Niegowski, Zig-1810 VVest Ave. ,........... . Noonan, Claire-334. Tenth St. ....... . Norman, lvfarilyn--205 Harvard Ave. ........,.. . Norris Harold-R.D. 1, Elyrla ........................... Noster: Lucille--318 Fifteenth St. ..........,. . N otley, Notley, Novak, Novak, Dorothy-228 Gates Ave. ........ ,,..,..... . Janet-228 Gates Ave. .,.,,......... .......... . DOH-6II Dewey Ave. .........................,... . hflarilyn-409 Oxford Ave. ................, . Novak, Rosemary-8 30 W, Broad St. ,...........,. . Novakoski, Catherine-356 Denison Ave Noveski, -lZlI'liS-131 Homer St. ............,.,.............. . -0- Oates, Maynard--165 VVarren Ave. ................, . O'Brien, Margaret-635 Cambridge St. O'Donnell, JOZIII'-328 Fourth St. ............ . Okuley, Loretta-1320 VVest Ave. ................,... . Oldfield, Bob-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. ................. . Olmstead, Hazel-535 Second St. ,.,...........,........ . O'Malley, ChUCk-2Il Princeton Ave. ........,.. . O'Malley, Peggy-211 Princeton Ave. ........... . Opper, L0iS-1024 West Ave. ........,....................... . Opper, Margaret jane--1024 West Ave Orvis, Betty Jane-208 Lodi St. ...........,,,....,,,,.... . Osborne, Karl-I I8 Neufer Ct. ..........,............... . Oswald, Mildred-113 Lexington Ave. Oswald, Poulsen-R.D. 1, Grafton, O. Otten, Betty Mae-406 Furnace St. ................. . . -P- Paeth, Emily-111 Denison Ave. .... . Paeth, Miriam-1 ii Denison Ave. .... .......... . Page, Albert-R.D. 3, Elyria .,............ ........... Page, Lester--108 lVIound St. ....,,...,. .......... . Pahl, Edvvard-241 Oxford Ct. ..,..,.... . Palik, Elllll-127 lvlendel Ct. .........,....... .............. . Pallardy, Elaine-110 Denison Ave. .....,........... . Pallardy, TOIII-I IO Denison Ave. ......... . Palmer, Joe--207 West St. ,,,,,,.........,. ..................... . Paonessa, A1lt0lIlCftC-I6I7 VVest Ave. .,,,....... . Ezghlynine 1939 Parke, VVilma-349 Second St. ...,.,..........,,. Pasenow, lllelvin-1320 W. River St. .,... . Pasenow, Russell-310 S. lVIaple St. ..,........ . Pathay, Stephen-208 W. River St. ,.......... . Patterson, Hartley-1009 E. River St. ..... . Patton, Kathryn-331 Third St. .......,.,.,........ . Pawinski, Joe-1806 Nliddle Ave. ................. . Pawlikowski, Bill-124 Garvin Ave. ...,....... . Payne, Jerrine-338 Cambridge Ave. ........ . Peabody, Aubrey-537 W. Third St. ........ . Pearson, jack--353 Oxford Ave. ............... , Pelton, Doris-303 Cleveland St. ....... . Penora, Mary-150 School St. ....... . Perkoski, Helen-223 Erie St. ................ . Perry, Bob-124 Longford Ave. ....,.......,.. , Perfensky, Eugene-355 Eleventh St. ........ . Peskuran, Rudy-216 W. River St. ..... ...... . Peterman, Pete--112 E. Fourth St. .............. . Peters, Dorothy-I42 E. Fourth St. .,........ .. Peters, Ruth Jean-164 Hamilton St. ........ . Petrus, Alex-I I2 Blake St. ........................... . Pfaff, Neva-210 Cleveland St. ....................... . Phelps, Lois--511 Cleveland St. .................... . Phelps, Robert George-Stop 5, Lake Ave. Phillips, Christine-307 West Ave. .....,........ . Phillips, Robert-120 W. Bridge St. ........... . Pileski, Sophia-II3 West St. ............,... . Pinter, Victor-219 W. River St. ,..... . Pitkin, Bert--135 Madisoxl St. ...,...... . Pitts, LOLliS-II7 Clinton Ave. .. . Plas, JOE-IO43 E. River St. ....,........ . Plas, Justin-10.1.3 E. River St. ....,,,,......... . Pogan, Andy-1322 W. River St. ,....,. ..... . Pointer, Roy-210 Cornell Ave. ......... . Polen, Sam-R.D. 2 ........,................................... ,. Polinene,Angela-333 Eighteenth St. ........ . Polgar, Paul-337 W. River St. ..............,..... . Pomeroy, Robert-211 Bath St. ..........,,........... . Porter, Richard-251 E. Thirteenth St. Post, Doris L.-1403 East Ave. ......,....,..,........ . Poulson, Oswald-R.D. I, Grafton .........,...,. Powell, Dorothy Mae-514 W. Second St Powell, ,lim-514. Second St. .,.......,...............,... . Prochazka, George-R.D. 2, W. 17th St. Prunner, Theodore-21 Chestnut St. ........ . Pyecroft, Budd-130 Clark St. .................,..... . -Q- Quick, WllllffCd-235 Sixteenth St. .........., , -R.. Racz, Clara-354 W. River St. ....... , Rader, Robert-R.D. 1, Grafton ......... . Rahrig, Oliva-114 Grant St. ,.....,...........,. . Ramser, G3lCIl-446 VV. River St. ...........,.. . Ranker, Barbara-1018 East Ave. ........,........ . Ilia im if e .. . S J A 'X A jim 555,1 1 1' .mf .' 1 ' AIN , I a ssi, Hi m ,L 1939 Rankin, Wesley-369 E. Bridge St. .....,............ IO Ray, Giles--427 Kenyon Ave. ................................. II Read, Margaret-R.D. 2, Elyria .,.,,.......... ..... . . IO Ready, Geraldine-243 Denison Ave. ............... 9 Reddinger, Ed-166 Courtland St. ..........,.......... II Redington, Thomas-284 Washington Ave. 9 Reed, Cecila-243 Olive St. ................................... W. Reese, B0b-II2 Water St. ..........,,.........,................. II Reichard, Gene-351 Cornell Ave. ..... ,............,,. I I Reinhardt, Jack-400 Oxford Ave. ,...... . ....... IO Reinhardt, Jim-136 W. Bridge St. ,.....,,....,..... II Reinhardt, Richard-912 Lake Ave. ...... .,..... I 0 Renz, Don-342 Harvard Ave. ........,......... ....... 9 Resar, Vivian-1435 E. River Rd. ...,,................ II Resar, Wendla-308 E. Broad St. ...,.......,............ IO Revercomb, Don-513 Park Place .........,.,......... IO Revercomb, Phyllis-513 Park Place ......,......,. IO Reynolds, Harold-240 Vvinckles St. .............., 9 Rhoads, Norma-I07 Mound St. ........,............... II Rhodes, Calvin-903 Park Ave. ........., ...... 9 Rhodes, Wilda-712 Sherman St. .....,. .......,.... I I Rhone, Keith-R.D. 3 ...................,,,...,...... ...,,,,..... I o Ries, VVarren--I20 Courtland St. ................,....... 9 Rigo, Geraldine-323 Harvard Ave. .......,. .,...... I I Ristas, Angela-1614 Middle Ave. ..,.................. IO Ristas, Cristo-1614 Middle Ave. .,.. .....,....,. I 0 Ristas, james-1614 Middle Ave. ...., . Ristas, .I0l'll1-I6I4 Middle Ave. ,,....... . Robertson, Lois-I39 Stanford Ave. .................. 9 Robertson, Pete-I39 Stanford Ave. .........,........ II . ....,... W. I I Roberts, Marian-R.D. 3, Elyria ......,...,,........,... IO Robinson, Dorothy-341 Bon Air Ave. ............ 9 Robinson, WHFYCD-269 Spruce St. ,.....,.............. II Robson, Elizabeth-R.D. I, Grafton ..........,,,...,. IO Rockafellow, Evelyn-3I7 Harvard Ave. VV. Rockafellow, Vivian--317 Harvard Ave. ....., W. Rogers, Norma Jean-333 West Ave. .....,......... II Ryan, Virginia-337 West St. .........................,....... IO Rybancyk, EdXN'3fd-2OI E. River St. ...... ......... 9 -5- Sabo, Joe-224 W. River St. .................... .......... I O Salva, ADD-514 W. Sixteenth St. ......... . .... . 9 Sands, Ida Jean-250 Sixth St. ............... .......... I O Sanker, Alice-123 W. Bridge St. ........................ Il Sarnovsky, Margaret-120 Taft Ave. .............,. IO Sauer, Alvin--444 Lorain Blvd. .....,...,,...... ..., . Saum, James-356 Cambridge Ave. .................. Il Sayers, Dorothy Jean--247 Fairlawn Ave. IO Scarborough, James-713 Middle Ave. ......... 9 Schaefer, Myra-313 Oxford Ave. ..................... IO Schareina, Helena-I I3 Morgan Ave. .... ....... I 0 Schieferstien, Henry-152 Erie St. ....... .,,.......... I 0 Schmidkens, Esther--R.D. 3, Adelbert St. IO Schmidkens, Ruth--R.D. 3, Adelbert St. ...... II Schmidt, Mable-R.D. I, Oberlin ........................ Il Schmidt, Richard--East River Rd., R.D. I 9 Schmitkons, W3Dd3-215 Cleveland St. ...... W. Schnur, Betty-568 Turner St. .............................. 9 Schnurer, Elizabeth-257 Marseilles Ave. IO Schramm, Burnell-R.D. 2, Elyria ..................... II Schrader, Beverly-136 Marseilles Ave. ......... 9 Schroeder, Bob-R.D. 2, Elyria .............,,............ IO Schroeder, Glenn-939 VValnut St. ....,.... ..,..... W . Schroeder, Melvin-929 West Ave. ..... ......,. W . Schroeder, Ralph-918 East Ave. .......,...,.,,.....,,., IO Schultz, Marjorie-202 E. Hts Blvd. .,,,........... IO Schumar, Bob-328 Eighteenth St. ........,,........... I2 Schuster, DOHHVOII-335 VVest St. ........................ IO Schwartz, Natalie-129 Cleveland St. ........... . Schweda, Alvin-Gulf Rd., R.D. 3 .... ..,............. 1 I Schweda, Marie-Gulf Rd., R.D. 3 ,,,............... IO Schwert, Jean-327 Seventh St. ............ ..... 9 Scott, David-120 Denison Ave. ............ ...,...... I I Il Rogers, Pat-333 West Ave. ..,,.....,.......................... IO Rohrdanzy Bill-84 Williams St. '------ '----.. I O ECON, .l3mC5T1U Mglgoescf- -------b--------- Rone, Helen-I21 Waverly St. ............. ....... 1 I Scgtt' .-lacqlge me-IO ecolg. LS """""""' 9 Root, Darrell-251 Winckles St. ........................ IO Sedasllath rances-24g it wer t' """" ' 9 Ross, Carmella-309 Eighteenth St. ,.,.......,....... II Se en? eofge-zcgvfsfz. Ve'S ""''"""""""""""" IO Ross, Carol Jean-373 Furnace St. ..................... IO SEI? Igmiigglqv Rkvelvgll t' """""""""""A' :gy Ross, Katherine-309 Eighteenth St. ............... IO Setkd Rose-1847 West Ave ' """"' ""'A"' ' 9 Ross, Phyllis-Stop 80, Oberlin Rd. ,.......,.......,. II Shabelr Bob-H9 Huron St ' ""i" """"" I 0 Roth, Ernest-R.D. 3, Griswold Rd. ............... IO Shagstgll Carl-1824 West' ""'i Vlhhl ""' 9 Roth, M3thCXV-I56 Clark St. ..................... ..,,... I I Shapero, Hvme-7, 4 W' River ....'A.----...'-'--. ,O Rotunda, Frances-240 Fifth Sr. ......... ....... I 1 Shapero, Mon-5-714 W, Rye, St, ....,,,,,,,,,,..,, I1 Rotlmdai Sam-240 Fifth St- --------------------- ------- 9 Shapero, Ralph-714 W. River St. ,,................... Il Rowe, Betty' LOU-406 Columbus Sf- --------------- ll Sharkey, Bob-113 Lincoln Ct. .............................. II Rowley, Frank-128 Garvin Ave. ......... ....... I 2 Sharpe, Dorothy-109 Lincoln Ct. ..................... IO Rowley, Russell-R.D. 2, Elyria ............... ....... I I Sharrer, Grayce-433 Oxford Ave. ........... ..... 9 Rucker, Vivian-332 Sixteenth St. ..................... II Shay, Oliver-261 Harrison St. .........,.. .......... I O Ruth, Ralph-329 West Ave. ................ ....... 9 Sheldon, John-328 Cambridge St. ......... ........... I 0 Ryan, Donnis-419 Elm St. ..,.,...... ....... 9 Shennum, Leila-234 Fourth St. ......,.........,...,,..... IO Ryan, Jim-419 Elm St. ............... .,,,,,, 9 Shennum, Luther-234 Fourth St. .,................... IO f WM VMC IlhlldlHHTEwulM' Pffnffy 7 Jil I lin: In !llI III lan I ,ll alfa: ,.... - 47: ?."7"-, '. "'l3,4ifI' . '-2 I will I-IH!-'YQ . L W il if' 'ml' lllllllllll .vc fc," 'A , 1.1.1 PHE . fi n 'A I!Iie!..il5 il. K n I-'A LZELR'-'qv 4 " "' 22" " Stanko, 11131161639 West River St. ..............,...... IO Shepherd, Robert-R.D. 2, Elyria .........,. Sherman, Afthlll'-Q12 VVest Ave. ...... .,.,,.... . Shewell, Donna-4.57 Tenth St. ...... . Shindle, Evelyn-218 VVolf Ct. .......... ......... . Shober, Bob-II9 Huron St. ................ ......... . Shroyer, Herbert-R.D. 2, Elyria ......... ..4.A..... Shryock, Mona-R.D. 3, Elyria .......... .......... Shnbert, Oliver-R.D. 2, Elyria ........................... Sigel, Sara-Indian Hollow Rd. .....,.................... . Sikora, Chester-R.D. 2, Middle Ave. ........... . Silsbee, Deborah-240 Hamilton Ave. ,.......... . Simmons, Charles-218 Olive St. ..........,.,..l....... . Simms, Don-R.D. 2, Elyria ............,... Simms, Eleanor-R.D. 2, Elyria ..........., .......... Simon, Mary-130 VVoodford Ave. ...... ......... . Simpson, Helen-24.5 Stanford Ave. Simpson, .lilll-245 Stanford Ave. ..........,,.. Simpson, VVilliam-R.D. 2, Middle Ave Singleton, VVilliam-319 Seventeenth St Sippel, Virginia-R.D. 2, Elyria ..................,........ Skok, Sophie-229 Oberlin Rd. ................... . Slack, Richard-503 Bond St. .,..,........ ......... . Slusher, HClClIiI2I3 VVest Ave. ........................,. . Slusher, lvalynn-1213 VVest Ave. ,,.,,...,....,...... . Slutsker, D0j'lC-203 Broad St. ..,...........,,.......,..... . Smallwood, Edward-225 Cleveland St. Smith, Asby-614 Lodi St. .....,......,............,,......,,.,,... . Smith, Betty Lou-I II Roosevelt Ave. ........... . Smith, Bob-State St. .......,.....,..,..,.........,.................,..... . Smith, Christopher-416 Fifteenth St. ..,,....... . Smith, D311-200 Fairlawn Ave. ................ . Smith, David-348 East River St. ........ . Smith, Donald-625 Dewey Ave. .,..................... . Smith, Dorothy-14.43 East River Rd. .,........ . Smith, Dorothy-R.D. I, Grafton .....,.,.........,...,., Smith, Earl-352 South Maple St. ..............,..... . Smith, Evelyn-236 Winckles St. ......... ..r...... . Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Smith Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Smith, Smith Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Smith F rances-R.D. I, Grafton H0176-35.1. Tenth St. ...................,. ......... . Hubert-2 IQ Fifteenth St. Ida-416 Thirteenth St. .......... ........, . ,Tack-217 Gulf Rd. .....,........ ......... . .IOl'lIl-4.16 Thirteenth St. ............ .....,.., , -TLIIIIOI'-236 Winckles St. ,.,.....,,. ...,... . Lee-416 Thirteenth St. ....,......... . Lois -ICH!!-I II Roosevelt Ave. ..., . Lottie-400 Prospect St. ..,,.,.,....... ......... . MaI'garet- Raymond-219 Fifteenth St. ....... . Rosemary-2 36 VVinck1es St. ....... . ROSCIIIHYY-2IO Harvard Ave. ....,.......,. , Stanley-276 Boston Ave. ........... , ...... .. Virginia-R.D. 2, Elyria ........................... Vivian-Chestnut Ridge Rd. ................. . Vivian R136-IOOIPQ Cleveland St. ...... IO William-4.24, Eighth St. ........,..............,... 1 1 R.D. 3, Elyria ........................ 1939 Smith, VVinifred-R.D. 3, Elyria ........................ I0 Smithoski, Jeannette-255 Roosevelt Ave. 9 Smirhoski, Lorrie-255 Roosevelt Ave. ..... II Smithoski, Mary-508 Twelfth St. ...... .............. 9 Snavely, Charles-350 Thirteenth St. ............... II Sokolowski, Helen-166 Woodford Ave. I2 Solet, Irene-LaGrange ..........,..,,,................................ IO Sonkoly, Clga-243 Gates Ave. ..,.......... . 9 Soules, Helen-227 Cleveland St. ........ ........... 9 Sparks, A1'thLlF-418 Ninth St. ..,,.,.. ........... I I Sparks, JC3IIi2I5 Blaine St. ..,,.......... ...... .... I I Spaulding, Allll-I I4 Blaine St. ........ . .,...... VV. Spaulding, Earl-213 Blaine St. .......... . IO Spencer, Nlarian-481 Eighth St. ........................ I0 Sperry, LaVere-II7 Courtland St. ....... ...... I O Spishok, Steve-IO3 Bath St. ,.................. ..,........ I O Sponsler, Earl-134 Homer St. ...................,,... ..... I I Spore, Jeanne ElC2llIOI'-226 West River St. ro Sprague, Marilyn-310 Furnace St. .................. I2 Standen, ClZlYCllCC1222 Fourteenth St, ............ I0 Standen, Patricia-338 Stanford Ave. ............... 9 Standen, Robert-222 Fourteenth St. ............... I2 Stanford, Harold-260 Columbus St. ............,,. II Stanford, Jack-155 Stanford Ave. ..................... 9 Stang, Alberta-268 Spruce St. ............. ........... I I Stang, johil-Murray' Ridge ......................,. I I Stanko, Matthew-R.D. 2, West Ridge ......... II Stanko, Paul-R.D. 2, West Ridge .,................... 9 Starkey, Faith-518 Middle Ave. ....,....,. . Staskiews, -TOC-1814 Middle Ave. Stantion, Pete-231 Rush St. .,,,................... . IO I2 IO Staysniak, 11131161131 Fairlawn Ave. ............... IO Staysniak, Leonard-131 Fairlawn Ave. ......... II Steele, Marcia-200 Harvard Ave. ...........,,,....... IO Steigerwald, ICED-206 Denison Ave. ...... . Steigerwald, Virginia-206 Denison Ave. 9 II Sternberg, Veida-405 Middle Ave. .................. IO Stevens, J3.IlCt-244 Columbus St. ............,,....... IO Stevens, RUth-244 Columbus St. .............,.... 1 ...,. 9 Stevenson, Beryl-R.D. 2, Grafton Rd. ......... 9 Stevenson, B0b-205 Pasadena Ave. .................. II Stevenson, JCHII-205 Pasadena Ave. .................. 9 Stewart, Irene-228 W. Bridge St. .................. II Stich, Jacquelina-319 Concord Ave. ............... 9 Stich, Ray-319 Concord Ave. ................. . Stirzaker, Clayton--214 Cornell Ave. Stoddard, Albert-251 Sixth St. ......... . Stoffer, Dorothy-244 Boston Ave. Srolz, lklary-313 Sixteenth St. ............ . xr II 9 II ro Strickler, Virginia-R.D. 3, Elyria ..................... II Stringer, Arthur-1254 East Ave. ........................ IO Styles, Jean Marie-434 Tenth St. ........ . Suetta, Andrew-220 West River St. ............... II Suetta, John-220 West River St. ........................ 9 Sugaski, JC2l11333 E. Hts. Blvd. ........................ IO ,ELIEMPMEEE ll ,M li Ninetyone A lill NL i V ' ' l,L7E 'l 'iriiiii i Y Y ,L-lf I Y r .A VN- N .. if., Sugaski, Lloyd-333 E. Hts. Blvd. ...........,........ . Sukey, john-429 Huron St ...........,,......, ...A....... Sukey, Walter-429 Huron St. ........ ....,..... . Sullivan, julia-225 East Ave. .............. .......... . Sumegi, IYCDC-314 West River St. .......... . Surdock, Pauline-224 Bath St. .,............ .......... . Sutton, Georgia-915 Foster Ave. ........ .......... . Sutton, Robert-154 Bath St. ..................,.. . Suvar, Augustus-R.D. 1, LaGrange ............... Swancott, Dorothy-132 Cornell Ave. ............ IO Swartzle, Charles-121 Longfellow Ave. W. Swiers, Don--115 Denison Ave. .............,............. 9 Swiers, Donna-R.D. 2, Grafton Rd. .............. . Swiers, Gerald-R.D. 2, Grafton Rd ...........,. Sylte, Marian-217 Wolf Ct. .......................,........ . Szabo, Eugene-167 Bath St. ..,................. .......... . Szewezyk, Alvin-R.D. 3, Elyria ........ ........... Szlenpa, Walter-113 Hazel St. ......l... . ,T- Tarry, Alice-419 Sixth St. ...................................... . Tarnowski, Adeline-424 Twelfth St. ........... . Tattersall, jean-241 Hamilton Ave. ,............. . Faylor, IJOII-II9 Second St. ................................ . Taylor, George-119 Second St. ............... . Taylor, Neil-203 Princeton Ave. ........... ,.......,.. . Telzerow, Betty Jane-214 Sumner St. Telzerow, Earl-120 Williams St. .................... . Ternes, Harold-R.D. I, Elyria ................ Terrell, Dick-239 Broad St. ..,......,....... .......... . Terrell, Dorothy-259 Harwood Ave. ........... . Terrell, James--259 Harwood Ave. ....,............ . Thome, F rances-348 Harvard Ave. .............. . Thompson, Delores-933 E. River St. .....,........ . Thompson, Doris-933 E. River St. ...... . Thompson, Edna Mae--905 East Ave. ........... . Thompson, Gilbert-114 Riverdale Ct. Thrist, Genella-315 Seventeenth St. ..... . Tite, Valerie-156 E. Hgts. Blvd. .................... . Tittle, Ethel-R.D. 2, Elyria ................ ........... Tomcko, lVIary-125 Waverly St. ....................... . Tomski, Eleanor--R.D. 1, LaGrange ..,............ Tonrv, Roberta-126 Broad St. .,................ . Toth, Julius-878 W. River St. ........... .......... . Tracey, Robert-124. Kaiser Ct. .......... .......... . Traczek, Margaret-161 Erie St. ....... . Traicoff, Alexander--139 Blake St. ................. . Travise, Bill--553 Third St. ................................... . Travise, Ralph-553 Third St. ............................. . T rieskey, Edward-339 Fifteenth St. .. ......... T routman, Clyde-225 Winckles St. ................. . Tsarones, jimmy-201 Cascade St. .................... . Tufford, Lila-709 Park Ave. ................ .......... . Tulk, GCOfgC-1195 E. River St. ....... .......,... . Tutthill, Fred--R.D. 2, East Ave. ...... . U. lqiiiii"'l"iiu"W '- T I Illl ll illlll III 1 Hi it 2- .' ,iil1f'il,,":fj' 1.3?2f??' 1 im' " 'Tim-i""i,g. l ,Q 4. ' Iqdallllllll ggliillH':'i ,ei 7,91 , Ililli ,mp -stuff 9 3 za., 11 ' 'Phil li 'lllmnu' ll W' lk nf fsqb lLgl . A qw. Q ' "'. ',1 1939 -U- Unger, Ruth-330 E. River St. .............. . Urig, Junior-336 Eleventh St. .............. . Urpschott, Doris-307 Columbus St. .. V - Valassis, Dorothy--rig Blaine St. , ...... .. Valassis, Lula-351 Third St. ................. . Valassis, Theodore-119 Blaine St. ...., . Van Arsdale, Ross-909 East Ave. ..... . Vanderson, Alfred-R.D. 2, Elyria ...,.. Vanek, Ralph-117 Quincy St. .............. . Van Osdale, Ruth-210 Bell Ave. ........ . Van Keuren, Beverly-336 Ninth St. Vargo, Ernest--I Laura Ct. .......,,.............. . Vargo, Ethel-561 lrondale St. ,.......... . Varner, Helen--114 Lewis Ct. ...,.......... . Varsey, Mariaii--202 Harwood St. .,,.. . Vass, Elinor-311 W. River St. ....,..,.. . Vass, JCC-311 W. River St. ........... . Vaughn, Ruth-I4I Carolina St. ....... . Vayda, Wilma--136 School St. ..... . Vestal, jack-415 Ninth St. ..,.,.............. . Vietzen, Regina-1021 Foster Ave. ..... . Vietzen, Russell-263 Spruce St. ,....... . Vincent, George-401 West Ave. ..... . Vogler, Patsy, I29 Beverly Ctx ...............,.. Volk, Bruno-224 Sumner St. ...........,,... . Von Duyke, Betty-645 Cleveland St. Von Duyke, Viola--645 Cleveland St. V osburgh, Joyce-223 West St. ........... . ..W- Wacker, Mary Ellen-508 West St. Wagner, Jeanne-416 Tenth St. ........... . Wagner, Phyllis-113 Harvard Ave. Waldron, James-119 Oak St. .........,....... . VValdron, Norma-I I9 Oak St. .............. . Yvalend, Brownie-957 Foster Ave. Walend, Ray--957 Foster Ave. ........... . Walezak, Ziegfred-142 S. Abbe Rd. Walker, George-R.D. 2, Elyria ............ Wallace, James T.-129 Oak St. ....... . Wallace, Gordon-187 Bath St. ..,.,..... . Walton, jack-1245 E. River St. ........ . Ward, Darrell-435 Tenth St. .........,. . Wargo, Joe-119 Riverdale Ct. .............. . Warner, Leo-364 Vulcan St. ................. . Washington, Gwendolyn-314 18th St Wasserman, Sidney-3 Clayton Apts., Third St. ........................................................... . Webber, Eileen--327 Winckles Sit. ..... . Weber, Jack-181 Carolina Ave. ........... . Webster, Marilyn Jean-144 West St Wedemyer, Betty--232 Harwood St. .............. . Wehman, Margaret-226 Fifth St. .,,...... ...... . Weibling, Gladys-806 East Ave. ............ ...... . Weily, Seymour-712 Park Ave. .,,,.,,........,.......... . Weisman, H3fOld-ISO Stanford Ave. ........... . Wells, Betty-144 Longfellow St. ......... ..,... . Welton, Earl-130 Harwood St. ..,.,,.... ,,.... . Wendell, Jack-45 Cedar St. ...,......,., ...... . Wendling, Roy-I I8 Carolina St. ,........,............. . Wescott, JUIIC-707 East Ave. ..........,.,...,......... W. Weslowski, Rosemary-118 Longford Ave. Westcott, Clayton-R.D. 3 ...,.....,..........,l...,,............ Wetzel, TOD!-I I7 Charles Ct. ,,,,,..,..................... . Wharton, Robert-113 Lewis Ct. ..........., ..,... . Wharton, rl1llOIl1-I I 3 Lewis Ct. ,,,,,..,......,........... . Whitacre, Lewis-S75 VV. River St. .........,.,,.... . White, Dorothy-671 E. River St. ........ . VVhite, Margaret-117 Artemas Ct. ,.........,.,.... . VVhite, Robert-911 East Ave. .......,.,,,,................... . Wickelman, lliary-381 N. Abbe Rd. .......,,,. . Wicks, Mirenda-355 Seventeenth St. .......,... . Wilcox, jack-270 Lexington Ave. ..... .... . VVilcox, VVEIFYCII--270 Lexington Ave. ........... . VVildenhein, Doris-219 Foster Ave. ,................ . VViles, Freda-254 Columbus St. ,,,,,.......... ,.,... . Williams, FFPIIICCS-432 First Place .....,........r... Williams, Janet-Gulf Rd. ,.,.,,..........,,......... ,..... . Willis, Betty-247 Second St. ..,............. ...... . Willis, Charlene--247 Second St. ....................... . Wilmot, Geraldine-250 Second St. .....,.,......... . YVilson, B0b-75 Chestnut St. ...........,...........,........ . Wilson, Marjorie-Stop 6, Lake Ave. ........... . Wimsatt, Virginia-483 Cleveland St. ........... . Wiiichell, Bud-Stop 8, Lake Ave. ......... ...... . Wingard, Charles--2 Persons Ct. ............ ...,,. . VVingard, Edward-2 Persons Ct. ,................... . Winson, William E.-521 Foster Ave. .,..,...... . Winsor, Millicent-R.D. 2, Elyria .....,.........,..... Winsor, Rachel-Stop 83, Oberlin Rd. ,.......... . VVisniewski, Rudy-30752 Sixteenth St. .....,.. . Wissinger, Betty-1701 Lorain Blvd. .. ......... Witbeck, Ray--1836 Middle Ave. ..,......... ...... . 9 39 Wolf, Helen-115 Fremont St. ........... ,..... . Wolfe, H3T0ld-4IQ Huron St. .............,.. ...... . Wolodzko, Mary-1517 West Ave. ........,....... . Wolodzko, Tony-1517 West Ave. ........ ...... . VVood, Howard-R.D. 2, Elyria ........ ....... VVood, LaVonne-R.D. 2, Elyria .,... ....... Wood, Mary-827 Middle Ave. Woodfill, Blll-I2Q Gulf Rd. ,,............ ...... . Woodfill, Marjory-129 Gulf Rd. ....... ...... . Woodruff, Barbara-238 Third St. ................... . Wooley, George-520 Cleveland St. ................ . Worcester, Marian-123 Oak St. .......... ...... . Woy, Richard-845 West Broad St. ................ . Wright, Jean--I1 Chestnut St. ........... ...... . Wright, Ralph-I1 Chestnut S't. ...,,.,. ...... . Wright, Ruth-130 Grant St. .........,......,,. ...... . VVykrent, Josephine-I6 West Ave. .... .,.... . Wykrent, Theodora-I6 West Ave. ........ Wysorski, Stan-119 Fairlawn Ave. ................ . Wyszynski, Dorothy-308 E. River St. .......... . Wyszynski, Ed-264 Prospect St. ...................... . ..Y.. Yoo, Richard-R.D. 2, Elyria ,...,,............,...,......... Young, Louise--162 Hamilton Ave. ...........,.... . Young, Marie-162 Hamilton Ave. ................ . Young, Marjorie Anne-1307 Middle Ave Young, Robert-397 E. Bridge St. ................... . Youngeberg, Earl-412 W. Eleventh St. .... . Youngeberg, Robert-412 W. Eleventh St Youngless, Delbert-374 U Columbus St. ....... . Yost, Carlotta-551 Lodi St. ........,.......,..,..........,. . Yost, Jack-239 N. Olive St. ............ .............,... . Yunker, Rita-R.D. 2, Elyria ......... ........ -Z- Zander, Earl--446 W. Tenth St. ...................... . Zander, Virginia-446 W.sTenth St. ............. . Zelenka, lklildred-2031 West Ave. ................ . Zoltai, Alfred-R.D. 3, Dellefield Rd. .......... . if vena' it A J bfn ' 5 Till mu 1 1 Nmetythrrc iifllilll ,xxffnqk A 5 S 1939 Guide: Mary Kaiser whom you've already met is President of the Senior Friendship Club. Perhaps we can get her to tell us about some of their activities. Illnyor Petro: Hello, Mary. Fye heard a great deal about the club. How many fllaryz members do you have? There are 175 girls who are members and we have an average attendance of 40 at each meeting. This year we have followed the theme of an imaginary trip around the World. On the first VVednesday of each month we have a business meeting, the second VVednesday a program meeting, the third Wednes day the Cabinet meets and on the fourth VVednesday we have a supper meet- ing and serve food representative of various foreign countries. This plan has proven very satisfactory. Left to right-First row: Joan Swinclling, Joan Bauer, Ioan Norsworthy, Shirley Altfeld, LaVaughn Seanght, Marian Lindberg, Ione Geisel, Nan Koplin. Second row: Miss Lemon, Jean Tattersall, Helen Simpson, Jean Altfeld, Helene Cohen, Dorothy Jenkins, Jean Crisp, Nan Shryock 'Third row: Dorothy Johnson, Miriam Paeth, Helen Elemes, Geraldine Rigo, Ruth Ostrov, Jane Davies, Dorothy Nan. Absent: Mary Kaiser. IlIayor.Prtro: Do you have any extra meetings or social affairs? Illaryz Illayor Affairs? Oh, yes. This year we've had two formals, several sport dances, Dad's Night, a Mother-Daughter Banquet, a Teachers' Party and numerous other affairs. Miss Elizabeth Kardos from the Darvas School of Fashion in Cleveland talked at an assembly of all the girls in high school. She was sponsored by our club and everyone seemed to be very interested, especially in finding out the proper clothes for the type. Our service committee has taken the responsibility of making favors for the Memorial and Gates Hospitals on every holiday and for any special events. VVe have about 60 members in Ring Group and they meet twice a month. Special programs and speakers have been a part of the outstanding meetings of this group, this year. Vocational tests were taken and have been of value to quite a few in helping them choose a vocation. Petro: This has been very interesting, lwary. Thank you so much. Dorothy Notleyz Ruth, I believe that will be satisfactory with me. Ruth Wriglzt: I hope the Cabinet members all agree. Guide: Excuse me, girls, I would like to have you meet Mayor Petro. Ruth VVright, and Dorothy Notley, this is Mayor' Petro. If Mr. Petro is interested, maybe you girls can tell him about Junior Friendship Club. , Es' NIL 1 ,R 5 are . ., i ,N I if ff -- H llu L HH HH " Nmetyfour ' ilgyigf F rl. .ll 'plflllllgfl . , , ll" f li l l Fl- ii. Z J- 1939 Dorothy Nollry: There are 125 members. Among them are I2 members who make up the Cabinet. That group decides on dates for dances, special speakers, business meetings, and many other interesting entertainments to please the members of the Club. Some of the outstanding events of the year were talks given by llfrs. E. H. Evans on India, lllrs. Roy Clymer who spoke about sub deb problems, the lldother-Daughter Banquet, a music meeting, a joint meeting with junior Hi-Y, and several meetings to have the girls become acquainted with each other. The Club also sponsored many dances. The adviser of our Club is llirs. Robert VVilson. Ruth VVright is secretary, Pat Standen is vice-president, Robeta Tonry is treasurer, and I am president. The Club's motto is "To face life squarely and to find and give the best." Illayor Petro: Girls, I am convinced that Friendship Club is a very useful organization for Elyria High students. L ' .44 U .- Left to right--Sitting: Ruth Eady, Elaine Evans, Mary Jo Keyes, Pat Standen, Dorothy Notley, Hilda Erber, Roberta Tonry, Ruth Wright, Emily Davis. Standing: Joyce Meyers, Lois Phelps, Myrna Gleason, Olga Sonkoly. Guide: lllr. Petro, here is another person I would like to introduce, Bill Fey of the Senior I-li-Y Club. Jllayor Petro: How do you do, Bill. l've heard about the Senior Hi-Y and l wonder if you could tell me something about this club. Bill: Of course. The Senior Hi-Y consists of boys chosen from the two upper grades of high school. The constitution of this club states that only 35 members are permitted to be in the club at one time. Right now however, there are only 26 members. fllnyor Peiro: That is interesting. But how are these boys chosen? Bill: VVell, the nominee has to be' passing in three regular subjects, and he has to maintain these grades or he is droppedfrom the club, until he can bring his grades up. An amendment to the constitution, stating that a member must have at least 3 C's and a D for his six weeks' grades is now before the club. Of course, certain standards of character, such as honesty, truthfulness, sportsmanship, and all around good fellowship are set up by the boys themselves. 1NlIIl'f-1"f1'7.'l? f . . ,f ' v 'A L-ir' 'ei H 'V .ua gf ' an y til iii Igllljlq w i f ..:siE Els, l , 'I Em will We A i A dd. 1939 , W A Left to right-First row: Jack Vestal, Dick Roesmann, Jim Ferriman. Bob Blayney, Bill Fey. Dick Baumhartlt, Ozzie Forbes, Joe Herold. -Second row: Maynard Unger, Aladar Bara, WVilbur Coven, Claude Martin, Mr. Lautenschleger, adviser, Dick Terrell, Harold Dalmke, Phil Baird, Julian Maslyk. Third row: Frank Kosa, Tom Cochrane, Don Fohes, Bill Dutch, Bill Powell, Bill Loral, Bernie Fobes, Doug Birch. Ilia-vor Petro: Those sound like pretty stiff regulations. VVho are the officers and what are the advantages of this club? Bill: Dick Roesmann is vice-presidentg Douglas Birch, secretary, Lawrence Forbes, treasurer, and I am president. Then there are two advisers: NIL Lauten- schleger and Mr. Geyer. As for the advantages, there are many. The club has joint meetings with other Hi-Y clubs, and with the Sr. Friendship club. They also sponsor hay rides, dances, splash parties and other activities. Then too, there is a state Hi-Y convention that the boys have a chance to attend. Zllayor Petro: Thank you very much for your information. It was all very intertsting. Guide: llflr. Petro, Sidney Gross is president of the Jr. Hi-Y, the brother organization of the Sr. Hi-Y. Illayor Petro: I'm glad to meet you, Sidney. Is this group organized like the Sr. Hi-Y? Sid: The 29 members of the Jr. Hi-Y hold weekly meeting at the Y.lVI.C.A. The boys are chosen from a list of outstanding freshmen and sophomores. Other officers of the club besides myself are: Nathan Brenner, vice-presidentg David Evans, secretaryg and Jack Reinhardt, treasurer. Zllayor Petro: VVhat were some of the activities of the club in the past year? Sid: The club held an initiation for its new members, at which time 24 boys, the largest group in the history of the jr. Hi-Y, were received into the club. A splash party was held for members and their guests, and several men spoke on their profession, in line with the club's policy of acquainting its members with the advantages of various vocations. For our 'Agood turn" to the Y, this year, we ushered at the annual "Y.lVI.C.A. Circus". Illayor Petro: Who is your adviser? Sul: Harold Geyer, Karl Eady, and Robert Vandermark, have all helped us with our club. Several freshmen were admitted to the club after the picture was taken. They, plus the freshmen already in the club will form a good nucleus for the organi- zation next year. These boys are: Williarii Collins, Fred Tutthill, Richard Day, George Mynchenberg, and Dick Hogue. 'ff ,i ziizihie-,. -lf' ffl 'f fl' if 'v 'ilirr f- ' W Azlzetyszx i2i f'4li'llll1fHJ Wd , . illili t mfgllil 1514, lg- ' , " 'Jia' V tNlilIt'fj'A'l'1't'lI P' I fl 1939 lllnyor Petro: lVhat commendable organizations these arc. JUNIOR HI-Y Left to right--First row: Jack Reinhardt. Nathan Brenner, Sidney Gross. Dave Evans, Dick Ferrinian. Sec-and row: Hnliert llleretlitll, Charles Given. Oliver Shay. Paul Krehs. lllr. Geyer, adviser. Stewart llawthorne, l'hil Coe. Third row Sidney XYasserman, Lester Page, Vl'iIliam llockaden. Earl Vl'c-ltun, John Sheldon, llill llcll. Holi llotanier. lfourtli row: llnli Cooley, George Vincent. Ray McNeal, Phil Kaiser, Don Marsh. 'Don Renz, Dick Hauer. Glziflrz Let's run over to the stadium for a few minutes and take a look at the band. lt's very much a part of our high school life. Uniflr: Carl, are you going to be busy for the next few minutes? Curl: Oh, I guess not. Guiflr: Good! lllr. Petro, this is Carl Lingentelter, one of the managers of the band. rlluyor Prim: How do you do, Carl? If you don't mind l'll ask you some questions. Our guide just said you are one of the managers, how many do you have? Carl: 'l'here're two managers this year, Claude lllartin is the other one. Besides the managers we have a secretary who takes the roll and keeps track of excuses. Eleanor Carr fills that position. rllhcn ,lack Elton and his assistants, Ruth Vaughn and Paul Krebs, are our librarians whose duty it is to take care of the music. The job of setting up chairs and stands is taken care of by a llfIanager's Committee composed of Oliver Shubert, Tom VVharton,,Bob Steele, and Ellsworth Adams. lVIr. Huston is assistant band director. lllriyor Petro: l've heard something about a new system for receiving your band letters. -lust how does it work? Curl: lVell, at the beginning of each semester every person is given 50 points, and then for every absence from either practice or performance, so many points are taken away. The number of points taken away, depends upon the number of practices and performances throughout the semester. Points can also be taken away for not co-operating, breaking some rule, or disobeying the director. A. it X LTU Lui,,t.i.u KM LH ii i ., gs 1 a- .V " ii f . , , Q. I 1 i ffiux , f ' H 'mi iii iii its -fiifii .iii 3' ' -'- 'ssl . 'Eli " 'Ji ei., jllii tg, , Elric liiii A X56 1939 lfxtra points are obtained by taking lessons. playing either first or second chair, playing solos or in ensembles, holding some otlice in the band. and selling one's quota of tickets for the annual concert. Howard R. Huston fllriynr Petro: How large is the band, this year? Carl: 'llhe marching baud has 65 members and the concert band about io members. Left lo right-First row: Earl XVelton, Tom llayis, Holi llotanler, Max llaldeman. Richard llines, Nathan lirenner, jack Elton, VVayne Garland. liud Holman. .lim Hurlliurt, Lyle llungart, Ernest Yau-go, .Richard llay, Boll Flynn. Second row: Tom VYharton. Janice Elliot. Hilda lfrlver. Eleanor Carr. Geraldine Sandrock, llelt-ua Sehariena, Ruth Vaughn. Marian Holmes. Mr. J. Martin Beck. Grace Scharrar. Rose Mary liarlow. llc-tty Kipf, Dorothy Fell, Betty Maynard. ,lean Graham, Noel lluckett. lion Kintner. Art Sherman. Third row: lloh Steele, Dick Mower. Claude Martin. fharlcs Demas. Marvin livenehick, llurnell Brown. VVaync Meinke. Harry Benford. Oliver Schubert. Ford Brown, Paul Krebs. Ellsworth Adams. Varl Lingrenfelter, Howard Hendricks, Hal Gottlieb. Fourth row: Chuck Cowley. Hubert Meredith, Jinx Reinhardt, Jim Jackson. john Nevins. Tony Nlarsico. VVarren Robinson, Lloyd Ludwig, Jim Tlarssema. Edwin Rohson. John Ilofman. Frank lguatzi. J fllayor I etro: VVhere has the band played this year? Carl: Of course, we played at most of the football rallies. 'l'hen we played at the music assembly given during the Spring in which the various musical organi- zations participated. The annual band concert given in the Spring this year included a number of ensembles, besides the pieces played by the band. illayor Pelro: lt seems to me that the band acquired some new possessions. How about them? Carl: Uh! You mean our mascot? The school purchased a young goat for the band's mascot. The drum majors' mother and sister made the goat a red and white blanket for its debut into football society. The band used a novelty formation and introduced the mascot at one of the afternoon games. For several of the as umm avi 'Q 'if il Q of ll Fifi ff' 1. 'llllilll zlllll--lm Ill 4 'Q yjy llilllflliur lei 1':mlLll11!l lluljll fl ' - ,5 ,:. rn J .Nlil!l'fj'l'lfl1lf 1939 night games the band wore red and white lights on their caps and did various drills. These lights were greeted with a great deal of enthusiasm. fllayor Petro: Thank 'ou Carl. I f l ' . "I the band. y , ee non, as if am quite well acquainted with Guide: Here we are at our tennis courts, where our youthful Don Budges and Fred Perrys practice. I see Coach Lee Lyman over there with some of the boys. He seems quite busy so we had better not disturb him. fllayor Petro: Some of these boys look like good players. How did Elyria High fare in the Lake Erie League last season? Guide: VVell, Elyria came in fifth in the League standings. The scores of the matches were: Lakewood 5-Elyria Og Lorain 5-Elyria Og Cleveland Heights 5-Elyria Og Shaker Heights 4-Elyria I 5 and Shaw I-Elyria 4. Illayor Petro: That sounds like pretty stiff competition. VVho are some of those lettermen I see? Guide: The boys who won tennis letters last season were: Bill Dutch, Bob Sharkey, Frank Boron, Bob Blayney, Doug Birch, Bill Renz, Bob Stevenson, Wilbur Coven, and jack Tarry. Guide: Another phase of athletics carried on out here is track and field events. hir. YV. L. Vaughn, high school math teacher, is also track coach. Jllrzyor Petro: l'm glad to meet you hir. Vaughn. Left to right-First row: Ray Helling, Hubert Smith, Jack Tarry, ,Tim Ferriman, Bob Blayney. Clzunle Martin, Clayton MacBeth, Chuck Carter, Bill Lahiff, Don Gibbons. Second row: jack Esker, Dick Armstrong, Bob MacDonald, Leonard Staysniak, Bernard Lowery, Mr. Vaughn, Ralwl Y. k H ' ll ' 1 1 'ine , alot Stanford, NValker Hawthorne, Dick Burandt. Third row: Howard XVood, Joe Lowery, Galen Ramser. George Innes, VVilbur Coven, Chuck Orea, Roh Schroeder, Don Beal, Alvin Scllweda. Fourth row: Howard Bliss, Dave Huffman, Ward Travers, Peter Smith, Art Sparks, Dick Selman. Jllr. Vaughn: Our squad numbered about 45 boys this year. In addition to them there are: VVard Travers, head manager, and his four assistants: Arthur Sparks Dave Huffman, Howard Bliss, Peter Smith, and a freshman squad of twenty members. .lllayor Petro: VVhen do you practice? Illr. lfaughn: Until spring weather arrives, the boys work out about three times a week at the gym. After good weather comes, practices are held every night, weather permissable, out at the stadium. fllayor Petro: VVhat activities did you engage in this year? fvlllffjflllllt' ' ' ' in iitllllitb E l L51 s 7' r n .UW ' -'ull it fi di ,.tt ' nc 'lf' 'kilii fiifixii F 3- I iii QQ El, Fr! cimuv f, Qiifi is "' iililiii all A ' 4 V 1939 Illr. Vaughn: The squad took part in I4 inter-scholastic track meets this year. These included the Lake Erie League meet which was held this year at Cleveland W. L. Vaughn Heights. As pre-season practice several inter-class meets were held. The freshman squad, which I spoke about, does not participate in the regular meets but has special meets of its own. An interesting point is that there is no admission charge for any of the meets held in the stadium here. Guide: fllayor Guide: Illnyor Guide: Guide: Illayor Tony: Jllnyor Tony: Here is some more tennis, but this time it is girls' tennis. This sport attracted about 135 girls this year. Petro: How do you accommodate so many girls? The girls play off their matches in a tournament. In this way they choose first the class champions and then the champion of the school. Petro: Who were the champions of the classes? The winner in the Seniors was Ettabelle Underhillg Juniors: Gene Reichardg Sophomores: Helen Goodspeedg and Freshmen: Lucille Buswell. The cham- pionship of the school hasn't yet been decided but it's a toss-up match between Gene Reichard and Ettabelle Underhill. They are going to play that match off this spring. I may say that Gene Reichard was the woman's junior City Tennis champion in 1938. That's about all there is to tell about Girls' Tennis so l'm going to take you to see the football squad. Nlr. Petro, I would like to introduce you to the co-captains of our football team: john VVilhelmy and Tony Wolodzko. Pefro: How do you do, boys. It must be a great honor to be captain of a team that had such a fine season. Roy B. Clymer Yes, it is. Would you be interested in knowing the scores of the games? Petro: Yes, I would. Well, we started off by rolling over Oberlin by a score of 35 to 0. Then we hit a snag and were held by Sandusky to a O to O tie. After that game, how- ever, the team started moving and we mowed down lVIiddletown, I9 to 65 Lakewood, 20 to 65 but at Cleveland Heights we had a tough time, narrowly defeating them by a 6 to O score. The next victims were Shaw, 44 to 133 . 3 'Ed ' Y-2 '. A Zlllllllliiylz I U. X wiv! llll lllllpllI'H' PM 'P' One llundred u Z4 lllllllill un III III U luHLu!'ll kill' Q3 A ,-f ,nf I i H, -Pi? "6 A ' R ll ffl' l. .i11ai....' 'Wllii IE 'pi 1 ll 1" ll HEI' an n In i -.11 .4 Qing 'I .. 1 bb 4 N!f:1 E: -,all-f t V It 1939 Shaker Heights, 33 to 7g and Fremont, 39 to 6. Then we played Lorain and suffered our hrst defeat of the season by a I2 to I3 score just missing the Lake ltrie League Title by one point. -1 1 l s i 1 . 1 la-lt to right, lmttmn ruwi llill llumphrey, llnlu Ulvriuger. lion llruihaker, John Simon, Lawrence lfnrlves. lmihn Vl'ilhelmv Tony Wnlotlvlw, lloh Yanke. lJ'ek Slflllilll, llerufe Fohes, Merle Heirlrich. Q 1' Second roxy: Tom Smith. Dick llaunihzxrzlt, lluruell SClH'Ill1ll'l1. George Almokire, llill Singleton, Holm Sehumar, Art llutt. llill l':iwlikmx-ski. Rotlxaril lluterhaugh. l'aul Gardner. l.arry Coleman. 'l'hir4l roxy: l"e1'rier XYhi1e. Kenneth Fowl, joe lleroltl. Frank Pziwlikowski, Tom llntlle, lloln lfotznni, llill llearum. vlmcs Hull l"1 lfourth rim: l'o:ich Ilan' liaton, tinulon lk-ll. lion Ilotltly. Roh Jalmlmusch, Bert Alexznuler. liill Kostyo. Mgr. Ju?i:m lllaslyk, Fozieli Roy Flymer. fllfiyor Perm: That was a tough one to swallow, wasn't it? Now, what about next year? Are we going to have a good chalice at the title? John: Thatls hard to say. The team next year will be light and not very powerful. This means that Coach Clymer will have to use more deceptive plays and rely upon reverses and passes instead of power plays. fllayor Petro: That will be quite a job for the boys, learning these trick plays, wonlt it? John: Yes, but the real direction rests in the hands of Mfr. Clymer and Mr. Eaton. llr. Clymer coaches the backfield and hir. Eaton has charge of the line, and the eo-operation of these coaches plus the work and ability of the players makes the football team. illnyor Petro: Good luck next year, l'll be out here rooting for Elyria High. Uuiflex Say, there're Hill and jim, now. Shall we stop and talk to them? .llnyor Petro: They're the cheerleaders, aren't they? Uzzizlez Yes, they are. hir. Petro, l would like you to meet -lim Ferriman and Bill Renz. Um' IIIIIIIIHYI A 'N 4 '- 'ill Um' N, i.-A. at 12: Nl, ,, Nt-.1 ,,g' Vl 1,Z.H at yi viiii ii ret itat Will? its re tina T liiil M -, f i 1- -1.1 A- i , nu 5 5 l 1939 Biff 111111 Jim: llow mlo you tlo, llr. Petro, fllrzynr Petro: lim glatl to lneet you boys. llut tlitlnlt l see three eheerleatlers in neu' nnitornis at the football games? Ia-it In right First row: Xvlllllllll Re-nz, Ke:-fe llrassell. ,laines l't-rriinan, Jim: Oh, you mean Keele Brassel-he's the little one of the trio, XVe got new uniforms early in the football season. 'lihey are retl trousers with white strips down eaeh leg, real sweaters, :Intl white jackets. Jlfzyur l'elro: .Inst how are your eheerleatlers selected? Hill: A year ago this spring all the boys wishing to try out for eheerleznlers letl a cheer at an upper grade assembly. :Xtter leatlingg a eheer alone, they led one in pairs. 'lihe stutlents then returnetl to their home rooms antl yoteml for the three boys they thought best. l'reviously, the eheerleatlers were chosen in the tall of the year that they were to leatl the cheering section, but this leftf little tinie for atlequate preparation. Consequently, they were chosen in the spring in order that they could have the summer months to work on new cheers. ,lluynr l'i'fro: Cheerleatling 1I1llSf be interesting work. A, N. Smith Clrzide: XVe also have a freshman teani, coached by A. N. Cllhiekl Sniith. Other teaehers serve for the athletic contests here besides the eoaehes. They fl ", L-..',,e -N W L N1 . t, HH v ,N it Ng? 1 Y ill W pd' M it wi 'li :I ll ip it -' , i .. I l W ,, I W X ., A ,. i- " , .xl Q if pl M , t., ,U , I ' -'f KL- '-T " - '.l .n A 'J' ' '. va31.:'1-.ggw ' 3 l Q.. --rf. -f A I, Une Ilundrerl llllfll fjlll' llumlrerl ,IvllI'!'f' 1939 are the ticket sellers and collectors: lllr. YVilson, lllr. Carl Smith. Klr. l,aver, hlr. l,lllYlllC, hlr. Huston, lllr. Vaughn, 1112 l,yman, lllr. S. C. Smith, III' VVood, Klr. Taylor, hlr. A. 'lf Smith, hlr. l,autensehleger, hlr. Hofman, Rlr. Gregory, Mr. Gleason, Rlr. Rose, fllr. Baxter, Klr. Sehleiper, hlr. Tutt- hill, and llr. lioxvdler. S. C. Smith J. P. Taylor E. Glenn Baxter Ralph Wood Gzzizlrz I guess yve've seen just about everything. This completes our tour. Xllnynr Petro: Klay 1 take you back to the school? Uuiflr: Yes, thank you. I believe there are several members of our faculty l haven't told you about yet. i i l Dorothy Jones Barbara Plocher Ullirlrx bliss Dorothy xlones' art students never fail when ealled on to supply posters tor advertising purposes. The Arts and Crafts classes under the direction of Kliss Ploeher make all sorts of unusual, but useful articles. Une of our English teaehers, hliss Iflizabeth Brown, is very busy at this time supervising the examination Elizabeth Brown Mabel Vogan for the Abbreviated lfnglish Ill and IV course, and lliss Yogan is preparing her students for life with the course in Junior - ir- ' . mu 1 .un Lu . ,i , X ii.. L ,L --L .rf u .in ,., . . i. A . lrii l ' 3- -s.. .y ww, i s. 1 th .- i' " ,ii rub Q Business Training. Q r' 13.1 Lt- ge' ll U ' 1- "ll MN' -wf X t I utlu xt V llixltl Fl UN l r lF Ml , im i wliifli L .,Y -,Vim .lin ,f K, f f 1 ', . ' ,A ' ' N 1939 11i11e': IVcII, here un are back at school. Thank you evel so much. llayor Petro, for your time. I , . J MAYOR I'IC'I'RO LEAVING THE BUILDING AND SAYING GOOIDIIYF TO THE EDITOR, AIEAN CRISP. V .. A lx ,ru . . -, jf 5 1. ',' 5 I kiggjp Um llunrluzl 'W I' our N25 I IL I5Yi5In11Uf- I fx ' ' MII III II:IISIAIvlI111I 'si' 1939 ELYRIA STUDENTS IN THE OBERLIN SCHOOL OF COMMERCE THIS YEAR did all these students choose the Oberlin School of Commercc BECAUSE For more than seventy-Eve years students and business men of Iflyria and vicinity have found the Oberlin way the best way- You will be attending 21 school of commerce that is a member of the American Association of junior Colleges. You will take your business training at Oberlin under college conditions. YOU TOO WILL FIND IT BEST iv gklll Xxx-.QI Urn' IIIIIIIEITII I' " Iii Five . X u'n,Ii. n"'Ii1i' I .IH W +-at "iw-I , iam iii mi IMI U ,EIIII it itil L:'iiIII1 M ' f ' f -fmafiu H I x V X Q gig, Q Q gigwi 5 ,. 5353 4' A -11 1 f a at W -V kv? ? r' 555, , Ek f' .92 M 1222215 ' , f'?'ff""" , ' A ,Y 'K 1 L is I '. A '. g , g - , I IRENE FHREUELL , . 1 "ff ' .H - . e Q. I J mek uuuae ' 'nweurlaam e.smm-a mwoss nf' "f, ww.. . 1 W1 1 X ' 'X W 5 - ., W. ' ' - , rx A k A + - V i ef fggfa , , Z Q ,SPWA . x New X-ff, 5 -. - 550 .2,, Q' .--, E .,. S ? yi 5. N Q h A - NR- HUSTON 'i an ' N f MH R D LYN MRSTCNGS 77 ff-41313 'N 1 T' N Wu UM Milt S ,Q -pf my IMI, nf '-il ON OONI -4 W KO T4 15 16 19 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 30 One Hundred Seven 1939 SEPTEMBER-l939 School opens-new schedules. School lets out at noon so we can go to the Lorain County Fair. Leaders' Group has its first meeting of the year. Elyria High School band makes its first appearance of the year. They were awarded the second prize cup for participation in Perry Anniversary Parade in Lorain. Girls' tennis tournament under Way. T. W. Dawcev, assistant to . Ed ar Hoover, speaks at assembly on "Science . , ' g and Crime '. Herald subscription drive. First football game. Elyria 35-Oberlin O. First fire drill of the year. Sr. Friendship Club drive for membership starts. First Herald appears. Ritz Trumpeteers present assembly. Elyria ties Sandusky 0-O in second football game of the year. First tryouts for all-school play. jr. Friendship Club membership drive starts. Leaders' Group has picnic at Pat Peter's home. Friendship Tea Dance in the lounge of the S.S. Friendship for the first meeting of the year. Senior Class meeting to decide on photographer. Second try-outs for girls for all-school play. f Elyria triumphs over down-state rivals. Elyria 19-llliddletown 6. Final try-outs for all-school play. ur iimllltl 1 at sw ME llllii n I E 1. 'a X gf ll ' xy A ' fall sal R rl, FW r Q- if f H ' A . H . law 'lm 'S 3, 'uf ' xl. .Ag N ' 11' -o n 1939 UGTUBER-l939 3. First Players' Club meeting of the year. 4. First play practice. 5. Sr. Friendship Club has general business meeting. 6. Nominating committee for Sr. Class oflicers meets. 8. Elyria wins first Lake Erie League game with Lakewood-20-6. 10. First Latin Club meeting of the year was held in the form of an initiation. 11. No majority in Senior Class election. 12. Friendship Cabinet met to plan future meetings. 13. Dr. Frank Sayres spoke in assembly. Alma Mater was sung at the close of assembly. 14. Elyria defeated Akron VVest. Score 32 to 0. 17. First meeting of Jr. Friendship Cabinet. 18. First girls' Volleyball games. 19. Report cards. Ho Hum! ! 21. Freshman assembly explaining extra-curriculum activities. 22. Elyria Hi Red Raiders triumphed over Cleveland Hts.-6-0. 24. Jr. Friendship Cabinet and officers introduced to club at novel program. 25. Newly formed "Air Plane Club" met. 26. Dropped in to see how school play is coming along. Looks good! 27. Girls' Volleyball, again. 28. Elyria defeated Shaw-44 to 13. No school N. E. O. T. A. 31. Hallowe'en celebration downtown. JJ i Hllfl EMC, 1 ,ff ,fi I iiiilrni1"?llmlu? One Hundred by ,JI lu I llllllll L Eight 'JL Jul-gl, 1 4-Q. ' ' -' L. FP! ' -". . .- pfgf- bm'-,.' f ie, uvlllilllll 'yliflwi , , 1 lm lint!! Hy, in r' .fl 1. 1 F117 un gl lj.. il1iIIl3J11l1 w'1lQ!qQgliJQ H- s M Q I ' . I NEB . A g11ll11gIgg::lLl,iAL.. 13.! " . . .'- in-4' "': ,V A ... -A "' ff " 1939 NUVEIIBER-I939 Girl Scout banquet at Elks' Hall. First steps taken for organization of Student Participation League. Each Home Room elected 2 representatives for Student Participation. Beat Shaker in last Home Game--33-7. Goat mascot used for first time. "The Enemy" presented before capacity crowd. Half day of school. Elyria whipped F remont-39-6. The Latin Club presented' a television program. First meeting of Players' Club with new members. Elyria 12, Lorain 13-Big disappointment, 'nuff said. George Elias-assembly. Akron South-Elyria-lst basketball game of season. We were victorious. Elyria-Lorain football banquet here-Lynn Waldorf of Northwestern was main speaker. Players' Club went to the Hanna for theater party. Findlay-Elyria game here. Elyria wins again. A Cappella Choir concert. Christmas vacation to January 3, 1939. DeMolay Formal. Friendship Club Christmas Formal. Onr llundrrd 4 Nine . lr' , bf N U FAI, r Fil ' I -L Q ', .i Q' jiilif li Eli QEEEEE FEW l Qty. as :rig 1939 JANUARY-I939 6. Elyria 30-Lakewood 20-basketball. 9. Clare Tree Major presented "Five Little Peppers". 11. Joint Hi-Y-Friendship meeting. 13. Basketball game-Shaker 31-Elyria 43. 20. Elyria 33-Shaw 31. 24, 25, 26 Exams and headaches. 27. Elyria 42-Lorain 34. 28. Elyria 46-University School 32. 30. New semester begins. FEBRUARY-l939 3. Elyria 32-Cleveland Heights 33. 4. Elyria 29-Bellevue 31. 10. Elyria 36-Lakewood 37. 11. Elyria 35-AlCYOll West 26. 17. Elyria 43-Shaker 22. 18. Hobo Holiday-Sr. Friendship-Sr. Hi-Y novelty dance. 21. Elyria 39-Lorain 29. 22. No school. 23. Miss Elizabeth Kardos speaks at girls, assembly. 24. Elyria 24-Sl13WV 34. MARSH--I939 2. Assembly-Le Petit Ensemble. 3. Winners in American Legion Essay Contest announced. In sectional tournament-Elyria-Akron East. 7. Players' Club members develop personality at meeting. 10. Award assembly and Sr. A Cappella concert. 13. Sapientes Club has Roman banquet. 16. Max K. Gilstrap, U. S. Ranger, speaks at afternoon assembly. 17. Constitution of the Student Cabinet submitted to student body. Paul Irion speaks in the Extemp Contest at Shaker Heights High. 28. Girls' gym exhibition-White team captained by Beverly VVright defeated the Reds in the All-Star Basketball game. 31. School adjourns for Spring vacation. .. 1 if-. VI-A ,f 4x'j' il'E 'ii vlgki U i Fi" 1 mv- Ninetyfour X L E Ten llll' I ' A : .,.E1 fain? li. 3, Illllklll Pi ll 4 4 at AM -L. -A IO I3 74 lg 26 2 5 6 9 I3 I3 I5 I6 17 lg 20 23 24 26 School resumes. 1 9 3 9 APRIL-I939 Sapientes Club meets. Band and sextet play at school assembly. P. T. A. stages "Grand Finale" concluding a series of three dances. National Honor Society elects 26 new members. Students elect 26 members to serve on Student Cabinet. MAY-1939 Oberlin High track meet, here. Senior A Cappella Choir's Spring Concert. Salem relays. VVest Hi track meet, here. Lake Erie Track llleet-Elyria 5th place. Sr. Hi-Y Dance. Sand usky-Golf Assembly-Class Play. Senior Hi-Y. lr. Hi-Y. Sr. Friendship-Cabinet meetiii. 19. Class Play. District Track and Golf lVIeets. Sr. Hi-Y. lr. Hi-Y. Sr. Friendship-lllother-Daughter Banquet. Sr. Distinction Day. Heralcls out. JUNE- I 939 I. Class party. 7, S. Commencement. 9. Alumni. HUDSON SALES and SERVICE 121 Broad Street Phone 2193 One llunrlrrrl V ,A X f El Eleven 2, .5 gg . "1 . lr I! N11 my M '37 1' all f 1 f .u m 4 515 5521 .Ag ' -' ' '- A " m hrlnh is , bali Till if-fs? i ' -Q E, ll GL' . In t 1 4 2-YET? . 0 enscouc- o,KLAMu1-- .smme-5 R, LEVTERLY ., ,l REM .6 H n '0' MARY LOU HELEN NIEL TAYLOR .EHLERS AND A! :- A 'Wa su gg KUSINSKI ' -'fl'15,'L A fi 53? K - Q.. W "2 2 1 ,L , . . 5 " Jwrffcm reouumm F - Lwfsorw f ' V. 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Y up E H -W-W :I ,it Yi, l W 1 iam iw li: i 5 EQUIP N 5 me giq tiii Lljlllll l 'I IA - 4 i "'fi gf, 1939 I CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 728 West Broad Phone 3388 INNOCENCE IS BLISS XYhilc paging through all English VIII book a student inquired, "Vfhcre can I rind Lamb's Tales?" To which n helpful soul replied, "In hack of a baby sheep." For Better Sight In Studying Use-- I.E.S. Approved Lamps WE INVITE YOU TO OUR STORE PHONE 2339 THE OHIO PUBLIC SERVICE CO. IN ELYRIA ELECTRICITY IS THE CHEAPEST IN HISTORY vsygyf Ivy ME C: mg. ' I One' llundrel Fightn ll 'fig X H WIA! tam ,' ,xl i1WHUMmwh4yg , H ll gLlvftpil11,It25ii1Psi' ff '!5i3QL' ,f,tg 1939 6 V 0 Congratulates the Members of the 1939 Graduating Class, and our sincere wish for them is HEALTH WEALTH HAPPINESS Manufacturers of the famous Left 8: Right Rubber Heels that lceep you treacling level 5 .J f AX? fd 5? yd " A 'fu xi ,. .rfb 'E 'II fe? A 'ifQ'3f, V ' NWS 41,7111 Ni-4: i ill iii in iam .W V 'WHEEL lair?-ii i'iiiii'i"? A ,, J- ' if H519 it . f 9 f51?l'QllllilIlllllllilHllll .5 lil "---' fl' ' 1939 B. M. 0'Donnell JAKE SI-IAFEB Barber and Beauty REAL ESTATE Shop Office 119 Court Stfeet ELYRIA HOTEL O'DONNELL'S CIGAR STORE and BUS STATION "IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL" Phones: 2520 - 3172 BRIGHT BOY! XYe nmlcrstancl that W'alter Niegowski has his father believing that, on his report card, A means awful, R means had, C means clever, D means dandy. and F means first class. NVE- wonder what his explaination of F minus is? Compliments To The FUNERAL HCME Class Of '39 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND From The EMBALMER SCHOOL BOY PATROL INVALID CAR SERVICE And Telephone 2112 POLICE DEPT. 234 Third Street to" V O f' II rl '11 FK' lllllllu Wllliilgi! " fgeggy l . l l l - ii' ' 1939 THE TATTERSALL DAIRY Cream Top Milk - Cream - A11 Dairy Products Ice Cream CONES - BARS - CREAMSICLES SPECIALS FOR CLUBS AND PARTIES Phone 2578 We Deliver 108 East Bridge Street Elyria, Ohio WELL? ln lfnglish class. Dave Scott asked Hob Plu-ips: Uxvllllt are you using as a topic for your essay?" Bob: "The Lure of the Stars." Dave: "I like Carole Lombard best." Bob: "No, No! l mean heavenly bodies." Dave: "XXX-ll?" Motor Car Loan Co. 6 123 Court Street AUTO LOANS Quick - Convenient - Fair Borrow On Your Car ELYRIAS METROPOLITAN Take A Year Or More To Pay FASHION INSTITUTION Um' IIIIIIIIITII 'l'1t'r11Iyo11f ??-f"'? W f:3'4'gfT" ard .-A ,g ga' .1 .ksxf .N I Il mag E521 it Em ,f fffi'l,liiWH. 1939 WWW DICK ROBSON - Wf TRAVER5 M' SCOTT' Nu. -3 ' ' .xYm..n'kY IINOL-9 KENT Hu SMATH ' PA- ROBERTS ' , + 731. - .4 H 'il N ', .... M, AT-MOOOWTK-Ni n. BAUHHR PT ' ll- Mazee. 'rnv LCR, KEEP D- ROOSON HiGHT MN.-Nm, , A EH I LY FAITH H. MCDONALD . ' L A-M.. in ' VAL T1'fl,- D- CHUHHGEUI JIRN WRIGHT wf'f'-1Qg1 'z f T . M-21 'WWh f1121+m ff1 "'f:'1f 5:::1,fi:5',i v xx: ff?-JH! U,Ii1M111i4, jug ' Q .1yl.f gggg,A ygiyglg 1939 Q 2 i l I The only engraving company in Cleveland operating a special de- ! partment to assist school annual staffs. Our budget plan for annual publications is a financial safeguard. The unusual ideas of our artists insure a successful book. s THE CLEVELAND ENGRAVING COMPANY CROWN BUILDING, wesr THIRD AND LAKESIDE AVENUE MAIN 4055 C L E V E L 'A N D --'- O H I O f' ' AB ' X Une Hzuzdrnl i h - - M ' V VQVIH 'I'-zwrzsl-vfhrn' ' Q I 'Y - 3 Wliifiifw Q wig 'WU E if :ME ..,-. ' ' ,an-1-Sdn' ' ' 'IC-Jef-0 x all ,11 ! if , iwlfflu kuuurl 1939 To you who are about to graduate- VVe salute you and wish you well. You have benefited by one of the greatest in- titutions in American Life--OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEB1. Your education has been given you at great sacrifice, first, bv your parents, and second, by the public at large. You owe your parents and the public, much. Your parents have gone without, perhaps, to! keep you in school. The public, through tax- ation, has maintained the schools for your training. You are indebted to your teachers and instructors-a great army of fine and conscientious people. So, good luck, and remember to tell Dad and lllother-Thanks, to be grateful to your teachers and instructors, and pass on to the coming generation even a better, opportunity than you have had yourself. To do this, is to add to the glory of America. Sincerely yours, A. C. l'lL'DNlJTT, Publisher of The Chronicle-Telegram. THE POWER OF DREAMS Betty Altfeld, according to reliable sources, had a dream in study hall. She attended a banquet, in the dream, and ate until more than satisfied. At her lunch period, one period later, she could not eat a bite! The WITH THE Peerless Laundry 8 Dry cleaning COMPLIMENTS Co. OF THE Phone 2378 CENTRAL BOOK STORE 336 Second Street ELYRIA, OHIO -1 ' T 'li' S gwyall I I Illl I l 'WF Om' Illllllllffll L X L l Tzventyfour -U3 ,off 1 f 4 1 tt - . . - it? 2 iv- .xx ll W "w E" i, H Xl in r l , V M I II mn., Rl! fd. 1, Il . L ., , I l ll' V' lm writ - , I j- 4 1939 RCRANDALIPS DRUG HESS 8 HESS STORE Druggists Elastic Ankle and Knee Supports PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST A Full Line of First Aid Supplies 112 E' Broad Street for Athletes 106 MIDDLE AVENUE Phone 3427 Elyria, Ohio PHONE 2325 We Deliver SOUNDS FISHY Soph: :X naturalist says that fish have no means of connnunication. junior: Oh, is that why I don't get any answer when T drop them a line?-lioys' Life. BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '39 ALTMAN 8 From ACKERMAN THE ELYRIA MEN'S WEAR HARDWARE DRY CLEANING CC, ELYRIA'S SPORTING GOODS 390 Broad Street HEADQUARTERS fi Om' 1lIlII1fl'I'I1 ' l it I M A X1 M 7w7l'f'I1fj'fl1'l' 5- All f : 1 9 3 9 snow" We 62? AQ? FRG y L Q .ff-"V ""' .. "'Q'N'- 990 LUN. 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So become a good shorthand writer. a good typisi. a good bookkeepcr. or a good secretary without delay, Write CTefcphonc 2461Q or call in person for any 'YA A ri 5 d 'ed ' fo ' 19.39 ff, if I Xu 'X L Z Jq xx MM f . 5 I- If fa ,N Aura C ,LW .' fl I .3 mt 'I " V fi X .--7, A' ,nil I J fn 24 lam' :Him "H "" W' One Hundred ,I I mnnm Twengynghg 'P ua ull!!! Q' ,J , I rv.. 1 , 4" ci!-7',-f ,. mg . - N ' I I ' ll , 'If 'S'-' QT: I V "fF"w FTWSI1 mfg, in lmqglm sn1guuujI13 f ' 'E '4 , ll J" "H" H As, sul: mnu mu Fil 4 A A ':'- U, 111 1 A F . I lllgnvh .L MH lwluv. 211.1 '53:2f. ALL ' . ,N an .. ,Z , la' , ' r, A - .',,, -Li-wifi-'aeziimg ,. f . Xi' H " l- Eff 1939 1 We A L jaw fQ,U?wN-J, QS 1 1 .' 4 1 1 x V , I X1 A. L! ,f V ' If QM ,Q Q!! " ' f- Q 'if ' J' -' One Hurfdred '-P E93 fl 'wentynxne . , , M 1 1 9 3 9 One Hufgzfef If y Y-'QA aj l'1F,., bmwuwm ,K 'ja I l:'lH:llIrl:HH"'H F llll ' -qu 151 4, 'iffy Q Z4 -1' 5 ""'i, .1 -.' 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The "freshie" knowingly replied, "She was rushing down the hall and one of the boys stepped aside to let her pass. The surprise was so great, she faintedf' UP To DATE A girl shows her raisin when she makes a date with a prune for whom she doesn't care' a Hg. She may be a peach, but they make a funny pear. She may be the apple of his eye, but she hands him a lemon, although she may have a cherry disposition. It is plum wrong-if her name be Anna, he ought to ban Anna. By this time he would realize that his efforts have been fruitless.-School M usician. RESTGNED 5 The wealthy old lady was very ill and sent for her lawyer to make her vfill. "I wish to explain to you", she said weakly, "about disposing of my property." The lawyer was sympathetic. "There, there, don't worry about itn, he said soothingly, "just leave it to me." "Oh, well", said the old lady resignedly, "I suppose I might as well. You'll get it anyway."-.4non. YOUR OWN LITTLE Toww There are fancier towns than your own little town, There are towns that are bigger than thisg And! the people who live in the tinier towns Don't know what excitement they miss. There are things you can see in a wealthier town That you can't in the town that is smallg And yet, up and down, there is no other town Like your own little town, after all. HE HAS AMBITIONS Teacher: Johnny, I am only punishing you because I love you. Johnny: I wish I was big enough to return your love. HE AQHIEVED SOMETHING "Meatpacker Gets Divorce From Nagging Wife". In other words, he canned the tongue. fhzrtyone mm One H d d bi 'ji wr un re w ', A , .r IQ, , . , gn iii ' ,mel EEE aw grliiiiikliu I 1 ' NIA ' r I 'I A- l l ll ri . l m . 1 9 3 9 Go NORTH, YOUNG MAN If you like Eskimos, go to Alaska, for that's where you get to Nome. WORST JOKE I'vE EVER HEARD Teacher: Can anyone tell what causes trees to become petrified? Bright Student: The wind makes them rock.-Amerivan Boy. OVERHEARD AT FRIENDSHIP Ruth Ostrov: I just thought of a song that would make a good caption for some- one, 3 "Catch Butterflies While You Can". Doris Severs: That's certainly a new one on me. I've never heard of it before. You don't mean, "Gather Lip Rouge While You May", do you. Ruth: Yes, that's it, I knew it was something like that. DO TELL Freshman: When rain falls, does it ever get up? Senior: I really couldn't say. Frosh: Of course it does in dew time.-Boys' Life. LETIS NOT FIGHT ABOUT IT Teacher: Johnnie, what did you have for breakfast? Johnnie: Teacher, I et six eggs. Teacher: Why, Johnnie! You should say Hate". Johnnie: Well, maybe it was eight that I et.-Anon. RECESSION ON HIGH A famous Englishman made a tour of America. When he returned home he was asked the usual question-"VVhat do you think of the United States ?" "VVell", he answered, "they really do have a great sense of humor over there. During the few weeks I was in the United States most of the people were talking about a business recession and telling me how bad times were. Yet in all my life I have never seen money spent so freely. The stores were not only crowded, but the goods the people were buying would have been too expensive for all but royalty over here. They took me to the theatre and motion picture houses and they were all filled to the last seat. They took me to football games where sixty, seventy and even eighty thousand people were assembled and these people had paid, I' learned, an average of 52.60 per ticket. As for automobiles, I saw more in an hour in New York than I would see in all England in a year. Really, these Americans are very funny folks. What they call a recession over there would be the very height of prosperity even in England."-Rotary Reminder. One of the illusions is that the present hour is not the critical, decisive hour. VVrite it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year.--Emerson. There is nothing costs less than civility.-Cervantes. Diamonds are chunks of coal that stuck to their job.-Forbes. The easiest person to deceive is one's own self.-Lytton. Self-conquest is the greatest of victories.--Plato. XQWEV J T' ,fl One Hundred law ,w 'hw' .al "fl 4' ' ' 0 ll 'l l ll III . I A l'Illl Th. t t mgmuma..nwQ HIM llllli I grim 'IH ag' f'L if-" i. 1-"fa ff ...Z 'E 1,- Q-If 1? X-bx Rx 'N -XX 1 XFX X '11 KX ? 1 Q 6 'I in Uv' If v -Q f' F s -r Z Z Ziff 1 ff Q17-.1 V'


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