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

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He will never forsalce when he is needed, no matter what his personal loss may be. l-le will never neglect you to gain riches or glory for himself. l-le will always be willing to help you if it is with- in his power and best judgment and he will expect no reward for any help, guid- ance or service he renders. l"le will not pry into your affairs, but if you speak to him, he will listen. l-le will not attempt to direct your decisions, but if you seelc his advice, he will give it ........... These are the qualities of a pal. Measure your- self by such standards to determine what sort of pal you mal4e before applying them to another person ............. It is said that a true friend is hard to find, but the day he is found is worth long years of waiting ............. And so we reverently pay tribute to the one who fills that place in your life . . . a pal. 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And. tho the years roll on and on, ' VVe hail to her with heart and hand. As first our school rose in the west So Hrst she'll always stand. Uforzlr by Hernirr' ,'lfl'if1,'0I! I Q FIELD SUNG Hurrah for Elyria High School For she's all right. Keep the colors flying Of the cherry and white. Rah! Rah! Rah! Show the other fellows What we can do. Hurrah for Elyria High School For she'll break through. Remember Elyria High boys VVhen you have gone, Out in the wide world lllany things have won. Keep the red and white, boys, Always in sight. Hurrah for Elyria High School For she's all right. J. D, FUNK H Faculty Jw f. ' fa i . i ,gfli 5 J' X '35 Wav-is '.,:g.A xl 4, K 4,1 I - -9 .i H715 f 4 A 111 Q, .iff 1940 via: i ,. z 9' 1 0 1 '15 X x M . ., w -'QF 2 if Q: 7 , A . 11. BLANCHE H. LAKE Bookkeeping BARBARA HILBERG Mathematics J, P. TAYLOR Biology History MARY K. MINK Commercial RALPH WOOD Science af. , 5. X ps -'N Q. A fs! 15456 ma K F W ,, 9 rflvzl If , , , . FRANCES RAUFUS MARGARET SCOTT History MARY KELLY English EULA YOUNG English Librarian LEE H. LYMAN Chemistry W. L. VAUGH N Mathematics rw ELIZABETH BROWN English MABEL EUBANKS Home Economics MAUDE PARMELEE Latin 6' Il 7'l'lI A. +G' Q -X g ll 'Q as J f ,P al lin i 7. E, R. LAVER PHILIP HOFMANN Chemistry English E. D ADAMS MAY SPEER Biology Household Arts LLOYD HENNINGS S. C. SMITH Social Science Commercial R F.- .L ... Q GLADYS FOWELL English EARL LAUTENSCHLEGER Biology RALPH F. BAUER Health E3 Q '- H s 'G i I 6 A A. T. SMITH Commercial NINA J. BAKER English AGNES H. FAY English H. L. WILSON Mathematics MARIAN KEMBLE Girls' Physical Education CARL L. SMITH History 4 'Ow gt 'ff in 3 wi iff 'K at 55 mf, iq T .ag DOROTHY JONES HOWARD R. HUSTON OWEN GLEASON Art Commercial LUELLA EISENMANN BARBARA PLOCHER French Art A. N. SMITH R. R. ROSS Science Manual Arts J, C, LINVILLE MARGARET E. Horticulture EDWARDS English .fin A ' MURL E. FRYE ALLYN S. ROSE German Shorthand History IDA COFFLAND ADELE BROWN JOSEPHINE WILCOX Household Arts English English D.j. FOX KATHRYNHOPWOOD ROY B.CLYMER Industrial Arts English Athletics MARGARET HEROLD ELIZABETH Secretary to the Principal PRUNNER Secretary to the Assistant Principal lv wwf 'llll irIn'll gl i 5.. ln Q . .SA -Ei ,O fi ii Q if D q A . . l 1 x V 1 "ii" 2 ' . . N TTI' l FLOSS J. MARTIN BECK EDNA JONES F. A. EATON KLOPFENSTEIN Music Latin History Sociology LOIS l. LITTLETON ALICE STOFER W. E. GREGORY NELLE R. LEWIS Spanish English Physics History F. E.TUTHlLL EGLENN BAXTER CLARE E.SHORT MABEL VOGAN Manua' -Arts Hfstorv History Commercial WILFRID BOWDLER MARK H, LENORE SHUMAKER Manual Arts SCHLIEPER English Manual Arts '- 4, ., 'g . fr.. ..,,,,.i. .1 ' x A f. Ef- 5 . ' f Q . .,, I I i cw Y f 1 Ai ,, I ' ,. 1 , H 9 H Uri ' . -'L' an X Y B5 W , , ..,' .- "J aa, ",- v 30' lxibd Z 4 n ' J I ., ..' ' -.f 'A -Vg 'T' 4 - gas mg 6 G i Q' .J ' " 5,3 A , if I 6 Q 1 , A V n'i v xv ' wifi 5 H " ' m I QQ? fn, 5, K 'Q W f f fi V Q "Q ,M b I - I ' A ' ' 1 I - Y' ' -Y , vw r! ' X3 1 fi Qi Q n p . 16 4' 5 fi li. F qi' 1 f X 4 D " 3 ' r . Q ' ' ' 45' s, 4 v R ' A NN n . . ' I' . Q m A -A 5 -K gi. Seniors 1940 'lihis Senior Class with more than 300 graduates will receive diplomas on june 5 and sliune 6 in the school auditorium. ln this class are I7 students who finished their work at mid-year. Une of these. jesse il. Brokaw, is now in the United States Navy. The Class Otheers are President, VVilliain Dutch: Vice President, Eleanor Carry Secretary, lone Geiselg and 'l'reasurer, Harold Stanford. The class colors are Hiege and Green while the class flower is the red rose. RUSS EDNA JONES f1Ii'l'i.Vt'l' to ilu' Senior Class The following teachers have helped Bliss jones in connection with Uertain work: .IewelryA-llfiss Josephine Vvileox .AllllOLlllCC1UClltS-ZVIlSS Kathryn Hopwood Senior Distinction Day Clothes-Nliss Klabel Eubanks, lNIiss Nlay Speer, NIL A. N. Smith Social-Bliss Nlarian Kemble -ludges for Class Poem-lWiss Adele Brown, Bliss Lenore Shnmaker, Miss Alice Stofer Sixteen May 23-Senior Distinction Day Bac caulaureate Service- Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday Evening, june 2 Speaker, The Reverend Ernst Irion Ll0ll'lI11CllCf.'IIlCllf- J J Srvenieen - une 5- Dr. Frank G. Sayers, Rochester, New York une 6- Dr. Bernard C. Clausen, Pittsburgh, Penn. IIN RADIIATIUN , By Bob Phelps And now we stand upon this conquered plain, Whereon lie foes o'ercome in these twelve years, And sean the broad horizon where uprear New battlements whose ramparts we must gain To meet these mighty challeges we need To gird ourselves with all our will and might, And pledge our strength to uphold all things right Dispensing charity devoid of greed. The shield of Faith shall ward off harmful thrusts The sword of Courage open up the way, And Wisdom's word shall guide us in the fray lf in her teachings we confine our trust. So armed we shall approach with firm intent The goal on which our highest aim is bent. 1940 2 it J 4 A-arf V ., . L fu xv X V. ,tigqx Q4 V V f H ,f.1f1:'ffifJims,mifisyimM' . - .,,, f k 1,1 0.2, ...1:mM,.f' fx, Q. , , f ze 4 3 at 'F .V ' 5 'Q' . A X H ' ' ..4'.. ' ,. f pix" Eiylltwu GLASS 0F l940 PHYLLIS CAROLINE ALEXANDER ' 303 Lake Ave.: General Course: Jefferson Jr, High 1-22 Orchestra 1-8: Chorus l, 2: Glee Club 3-6: Sapientes 62 Friendship Club 5-8: Herald Staff 7, 8: Sr. A Cappella 7, 8: Ca eteria Worker 7, 8. Small as a kitten, but sweeter by far: Refined and rourteous-tl1at's what you are. JEAN RUTH ALTFELD BETTY YVONNE ALTFELD . 324 Fourth St.: General Course: Fixndship Club 1-8: Leaders' Group 7-8: Friendship Cabinet 7-8: Sapientes 5,6: Chorus 1: Monogram: Athletic "E" 8. Always helpful, always gay, .411 are sorry when she's away. 1024 Middle Ave.: General Course: Leaders' Group 7, 8: Players' Club 6-8: Library Assistant 3. 4: VVriters' Club 7, 8: Friendship Club 1-8: MacDowell Chorus l, 2: Girls' Glee Club 3-5: Friendship Cabinet 3, 4. Bright and nite, Full of spice. -1--EHS WJAMES MAxwIsI.L ANoREss l43 E. Bridge St.: General Course, time- - The perfect gentleman every Stalwart. true, good and hne. EMILY J. Anonzsjczvic 512 Twelfth St.: Commercial Course: Oflice Worker 5-8. Smart as a whip, neat as a pin- ller ready smiles many friends do win. -lEHS PHILIP ALAN BAIRD 144 Denison Ave.: General Course: Hi-Y 1-8: Football 1: Monitor 5-Pl: Tennis 3, 7: Boys' Chorus l: Junior A Cap- pella 2-6: Senior A Cappella 7-8: Slip Collector 3-4. It is not rank, nor wealth, nor state, But the "get-up-and-get" that makes men great. ---11:1-IS EUGENE S. BAYLEY 403 Oxford Ave.: General Course: Monitor 7, 8. You've a quiet, steady draw!- No enemies at all. Joi-IN james Bsnocs 129 Monroe St.: General Course l-2: Basketball 1-2, 5-6: Golf. When it comes to looh, he's The girls just love his wavy " Identification proceeds from left to right. Nineteen '40 1-1- M.-mv E. Arran 247 Sixth St.: Commercial Course: Friendship Club I-8: Library Assistant 7, 8: Monogram: Athletic 'E". Sometimes quiet, hut quite sublime- .fllways ready for a good time. Ronmrr BABICH 748 West River St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High ii 2: Slip Collector 6: Extempore Speaking 6, 8: Speakers' ureau 8. A little humor now and then Is relished by the best of men. '40 -- Jessie I. BAPTISTE 408 Oxford Ave.: General Course: Leaders' Friendship Club 1-8: Senior A Cappella Choir. Group 6-8: Her eyes and smile and personality Are parked to the brim with vitality. 'oo-i ELSIE SABRINA BEACH 601 Woodland Ave.: Commercial Course: Leaders' Group 7-8: Ridgeville High School 1-2. As an athlete you are at the zap In the basl-et may your ball e'er drop. : Jefferson junior High there ,' hair. Qi 2-an-Q is snug' 1940 x X mi V , 0, ' , Tzcenty NELSON D. BELLER 404 Oberlin Rd.: General Course: jefferson jr. High 1-2: Tennis 3, 7: junior A Cappella Choir 5-65 Senior A Cappella Choir 7. 8: "By Popular Requestn: Players' Club 8, A jolly good fellow is he With a heart that is happy and free. j EAN E1.1zABE'rH BEAv1s 149 Bellefield Ave.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Leaders' Group 7-8. Hair like sunshine, face like a doll, Cute in appearanre, but very small. E1.1zAnET1-1 HowARD BEN!-IAM 1012 Park Ave.g General Course: Friendship Club A-8. You're murh like the painting on grandmother's wall- Fragile and wispy and feminine withal. l-iii!-!S'40 Lois MARIE BENNETT 223 .Denison Ave., General Courseg Friendship 1-2, 7-8: Mncllowell Choms 1-2: Jr. A Cappella 3-47 Sr. A Cappella 5-8: lwtempore Squad 6: Players Club 8. our flippant, airy manner shows Hou' blithe you are from head to toes. GEORGIA A. BIRKLINE 134 Be-elle Ct.: General Course: Herald Stall 7-8: Leaders' Group 7-8: Friendship l-8. Individual thoughts, beauty and brains- flll may be rlassed as Georgizfs gains. ---1EHS'40 HowARn K. Buss 311 Huron St.: General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. .4 lively young fellow we're told, lle'll remain so till he grows old. SANFORD BURNSTEIN 619 W. River St.: General Course. Here's a smart fellow, but a little shy Take away bashfulness, and he's a pretty good guy' THELMA RUTH BLACK 340 Princeton Ave.: General Course: Friendship Club 1-8: Oflice Assistant 5-8.- Her smile is soft and very sweet g She's the kind of girl we all love to meet. JOSEPH S. BOLASH 130 Woodford Ave.g General Course. Personality and style Plus that "Pepsodent" smile. Lois JANE BOOT!-IROYD 437 Ninth St.g General Course: Friendship 1-8. Your quiet, unobtrusive way Wins many friends from day to day. - EHS'40 BRUNO BoRNlNo 368 S. Maple St.g Manual Arts Courseg Football 3. Bruno Bornino, the accordian man- llis musir soothes like the Pipes of Pan. FRANK JOSEPH BORON 160 Erie St.: General Coursey Basketball 3-69 Tennis 3-8: Jefferson Jr. High l-2. If life and srhool are just the same. Frank's acrordian will win him fame. Twentyone a Pi-ivuns JANE BOURQUIN 711 Park Ave.: General Coursey Herald Staff 5. 6 5 Friend- ship Cabinet 1, 2, 7, 8: Sapientes 3, 4g National HODOI' Societyl 6, 7, 8: Lc3dCl'S' GTOUP 8- A student beyond compare- Math mostly is her flair. P1-lY1.L1s JEAN BAUS R.F.D. 33 General Course: Fiiendship 1-8. Laughing so cheerily is a sure sign That you are a ray of sunshine. 1940 7v7l'l'llfjFf'1L'l, KEEFE BRASSELL JAMES ALFRED BREHM 140 W. Bridge St.: Commercial Course: Cheerleader 3-6. 1x08C Granlt General Course: Boys' Chorus 5: Junior . ,appe a - . In the last four years he has grou'n , . . - . . Ivlllf foun man is ver uzet' Like a seed that has just been sou'n. . J .9 y ' His talk is always on a diet. 'FHOMAS LEONARD BRICKMAN 1535 East Ave.: General Course: Football 1, 2: Boys' Chorus 2: Movie Vllorker 3-6: Golf 6, 8: Tennis 4. He isn't fast-he isn't slow But he's got the stuff that makes men go. - EHS'40--1 MARTHA H. BRODRECK 312 Sixth St.: General Course: MacDowe'l Chorus 1-2: Junior A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Sapientes 3-8: Herald Stan' 5: .eadera' Group 5-8: "EU: Pin: Friendship Club 1-8. She's hard to heat- Has everything to make her neat. JESSE J. BROKAW 216 Second St.: General Course. Breezy and nonrhalant. never a rare- When trouble romes up. you'll take the dare. JACOB L. BROUSE, JR. ' 220 Chestnut St.: General Course: Football 1-5, Basket- ball 4, 6. He's never nervous, always at ease Happy go lucky, easy to please. ' NIARJORIE JEAN BUSWELL 514 Foster Ave.: Commercial Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. Although the lass is quiet and shy She never, never fails to try. ----E1-ls'4ol-- ROTHARD A. BUTERBALJGH ball 1. 3. s. 7: nammaii 2, 4, 6. sg Track 2-s. 319 Eleventh St.: General Course: Senior Hi-Y 7, 8: Foot- He srores the points iclienever he ran Ile is our .fill-Ameriran man. ELEANOR JANE CARR 153 Longfellow St.: General Course: Leaders' Group 4-8: Band 5-8: Student Cabinet 6-8: National Honor Society 5-8: Vice President of Senior Class: Cafeteria Worker 7. The ivay you act, the things you say lllake us think that you're O. K. ANTHONE THEODORE CHISMAR 138 Woodford Ave.: General Course. Surh curly hair you never did see, Ana' a laugh that ripples the leaves on a tree. -l-EHS'401-i- ELAINE CHOBANOFF 361 Oxford Ave.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Mac- Dovfell Chorus 1-2: Glee Club 3-4: Junior A Cappella 5-6 Senior A Cappella 7-8. rl really good sport, a helpful friend She'll'stirk to her pals to the very end. ROBERT JAY CLARK R.F.D. 1: Commercial Course: Spanish Club 2-4: Players' Club 8. Female magnet, that's what you are, Girls like you like flies like like shoo-gar! Tu entythree ROBERT hVAYNE CLARK 144 Spruce St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Reserve Basketball 4: Senior Hi-Y 7-8. .ill is quiet, Bob's the one Who pops up with the Clever pun. HELENE RITA COHEN 321 Denison Ave.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Cabinet 1-6: Players' 5-8: Latin 5, 6: Leaders' Group 7, 8: Cafeteria Worker 7, 8: MacDowelI Chorus 1, 2: Girls Glee Club 3,-1: National Honor 6-8: Monogram. Always lively and full of fun Willirzg when something neu"s to he done. 1940 x 4 'I'7C'l'Ilfj7f0llI LAURA B. COREY J ray of sunshine every day. JESSE CERLAN NIARY E. CORKIL1. S Sl: , 3 .I . - M iv. , 406 Tenth St.: General Courseg Friendship 1-49 Leaders' ZIIM econd t General Course, Athletic E , Chorus 1 5. Group Susg MRCDUWCH 1-25 Jr. A Cappella 3-4: sr. A cap- ,11-ways laughing, afways gay pella 5-83 National Honor 5-8: Sapientes 4, 7, 8: Office Assistant 7, 8. Effirient in work, expert in play, You're serious sometimes, and sometimes gay. 7 Lesnic Ct.5kGeneral Course: Eaton Hfgh School 1-65 Boys' Chorus 1-65 Orchestra 1-6. lffhen he's had enough sleep he is rslways ro rterzt. flnd enjoys himself to the greatest extent. -i-EHS'40-i- MARGARET ALICE CORTS 154 Cleveland St.: General Course: Friendship Clnh 1-S3 Chorus 1: Girls' Glee Club 2-3: Leaders' Group 4-8: Ath'etic "E": Pin: Guard. I-ler smile and laughter we know well- Goorl natured lllargaret sure is swell. NANCY Lou Coucx-1 246 Stanford Ave.: Commercial Course: Granite City High School, Granite City. lll. 1-2: Dover Center High School. Dover, Ohio 5-6. Helpful when you're in a hole: Always on the honor roll. XVILLIAM GEORGE COUCH 321 Columbia Ave.: General Course: Assumption High School, XVindsor, Ontario. Canada 1-6. In rlass you are a dreamy lad- You're thinking of the fun you've had. PEARL MAE Cox 500 East Ave.: General Course. She is a neat and eharming girl ,' llow fitting that her name is Pearl. -1-EHS'40i-1 Wl1.l.l.Ah1 ERIC CROMLING S48 Lodi St.: General Course: Foothal! 1. 6: Basketball Manager 1. 2. You're tall, and a'arl'. and handsome too, No wonder girls all pine for you. MARION EDNA CROZIER 831 Lake Ave.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1. 2. Like a sunbeam you spread light To all who rome within your sight. NIAGDALENE Louisa CRCCE 1909 Middle Ave.: General Course. This lass is very small and neat. Likewise quiet and ever so sweet. STEVE CSONKA 134 VVoodford Ave.g General Course. Although he seems so very shy. You'll ,ind that he's a reg'lar guy. --i-E1-ss'-io--T AARON DACHNER 704 West Ave.: General Course: Monitor 6: Band 1-4. You'll do a favor for a friend, Rewards will be yours without end. JOAN M. IJLTCKETT 1127 E. River St.: General Courseg Friendship 1-8: Mac- Dowell Chorus 1-2: Jr. A Cappella 3-6: Office Assistant 5-83 Sr. Friendship Cahinet 7-8: Monogram 8. Your eapiivating, subtle rharm Does lots of good but never harm. Twentyjive MARILYN I. DEETZ Gulf Rd.g General Courseg Lehman High School, Ohio 1-63 Friendship Club 1-8: Leaders' Group 8. You are a gay. vivacious lass ddmired by jrrexy of our class. ANDREW NV. DELLISANTI 1328 W. River Sr.: General Course: Footbail 1-6 Your flashing eyes and friendly smile Have made us like you all the while. 'C Canton 1940 .f it h f Av , g-. f 1, I 4 T-zverztysix JEAN L. DEMARIA 346 Maple St.: Commercial Course: Friendship Club 1-8: Leaders' Group 7, 8: Athletic "E" 3: Pin 7: Guard 8. Industrious, pleasant, vheerier yet Than many a soul that we have met. W1LL1AA1 DUTCH, JR. 535 Ohio St.: Scientific Course: Hi-Y 3-8: Sapientes 4 Reserve Basketball 3-4: Varsity Basketball 5-8: Tennis 3-8 Jr. Class Pres.: Pres, of Student Cabinet 6-SQ Herald Staff 5-6: National Honor Society 6-8: Sr. Class Pres. You ha-ve the gift of friendliness That brings great measures of sureess. URSULA Rosn DIENVALD 154 Abbe Rd.: Commercial Course. Behind your quietness and rourtesy You are generous and so free. ---EHS EILEEN DILLINGHAM 833 Bond St.: Commercial Course. .4 slim young miss 'with bright blue eyes find a dreamy smile belou' them lies. --1-El-IS'40 'l'HADnEL's F. Dz1ENiszEwsKi 327 Lnligfurfl Ave.: Cumimvcial Course. You're happy-go-lurhy and debonair. Aluvzys light-heartezl with never a rare. RUBERT STANLEY EARLY l42f"f3eil Ave.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Track 4, 6g Fnntliall 1: Basketb l 1: Sapientes 5. Steadfast purpose, 'worthy 1 W"ill someday win for yoz name. EHS '40 1- BERNARD Joi-IN DQWDELL 430 Jellierson St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. You have ambition, that is true And it has done a lot for you. High I-2. l WVILLIAM ECHKO 260 Woodford Ave.: General Course. If you alzcays smile or grin. You 'will almost always u'1n. XVILLIAM ALBERT EHLKE 532 East Ave.: General Course. Summer and winter, he's an all-'round sport ,-Ind all 'round the year, too, he lihes to court. '40 Nomm JEAN EHRKE 1113 Enst Ave.: Commercial Course: Library Assistant 5. 6. Uf this blithe miss it's always told, A mirthful laugh and a heart of gold. BRUCE MILTON EPPLEY HELEN LOUISE ELEMES 546 Lodi St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2 Friendship 1-8: Leaders' Group 8: G'ee Club 72 Chorus 1-7 Sr. A Cappella 8: Friendship Cabinet 1, 2, 6. So happy-go-lurhy and free earh day She always has time to mahe friends on her way R.F.D. 3: Scientific Course: Sapientes 4-8: Monitor 34 4: Library Assistant 3-8. The srholarly type you fertainly are,' . You know the boohs, the Tuentyseven 4 I best by far. 1940 Tiuentyeight W-VANDA T1-IELMA ERNST R.F.D. 25 General Course. If silenre 'were golden, true she'd be A millionaire u'e all agree. WILLIAM J. FAREWELL 208 Fourth St.: General Courseg Lakewood High 1, 29 Football 1. This boy is usually ralled Bill: Ile is very quiet and still. I.,OIs ANN FELL 224 Ohio St.: General Course, Leaders' S-83 Friendship I-8: MaeDowe1l Chorus l-2. Your beautiful hair is long and dark,' Your stylish rlothes toe the mark. JOHN EDWARD FLYNN 220 Harrison St.g General Course: Light Squad 5, 6. Dashing about by day and by night- For you things seem to rome out all right. WINIFRED AGNES ESCHTRCTH R.F.D. 3: General Courseg Friendship l-69 High l. 23 Choms 1-6: Glee Club 7-8. Tho' quiet and timid and shy is she She's always a smile u'here'er she be. Jefferson Ir. RUDOLPH PAUL FARKAS 2l9 W. River St.: General Course. Tall and slim and full of fun, lllany a friend has Rudy won. -EHS'40- WILLIAM LAZEAR F I:I.L 224 Ohio St.: General Course. So witty and gay! is this young lad Pfhenever he's near you never feel sad. CLIFF ADOLPH FITZPATRICK 2102 Oak St.: Commercial Course: Football 1-8g Basket- ball 3-6: Track 8. Teasing manner. always gay. Happy-go-lurky in your way. ---+-EHS'40-- DONALD PERKINS FOBES 329 Ninth St.: General Course: Football 1-7: Basketball 2-83 Jr. H-iY 3-45 Sr. Hi-Y 5-85 Student Cabinet 7-8. You're sour as a pickle, fast as a dart, But these things just hide what goes on in your heart. JIM GEORGE FRANK 223 Fourteenth St: Commercial Course: Movie Worker 3-8. Bemuse he likes to work lle never likes to shirk. --lEHS'40 THEODORE CHARLES FRANKLIN HAROLD M. FREDERICK Stop 89, Oberlin Rd.: General Course: Assumption High 254 Fifth St.: General Course: jr. Hi-Y 3, 4g Sr. Hi-Y School, Windsor, Ontario, Canada I-4. 7, S: Radio Club 1-4: Monitor 5-6. Ted Franklirfs a well known guy, Tall and blond with eyes of blue- Always joking and never TU'l'niy71l7lf shy. To your friends you're always true. RUTH MARY FRIDENSTINE R.F.D. 2: Commercial Course: Othce Assistant 6-8: Friend- ship Club 7, 83 Cafeteria Worker 8. If it's seholarship-it ran be said That Ruth will be 'well ahead. 940 26 2 3-K . A W? l 5 ,gf Thirty CAMILLA MAXINE GAIN ES 523 Bond Sl.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Macllowell Chorus 1-3: Glee Club 4-6: Sr. A Cappella 7-8. Gentle, patient, shy, and neat: Ever grarious when ive meet. IONE DIARY GE1sEL 441 Ninth St.: General Course: ALBERTA MARY GAb'IBLE 132 Denison Ave.: General Course: Athletic "EU: Pin. .1 manner so charming ls quite disarming. Friendship Club 1-8: Friendship 1-4: Cabinet 5-8: Student Cabinet 7, 8: Leaders' Group 6-8: Library Asst. 5-8: Sr. A Cappella 5-8: Athletic "En: Jr. Class Vice Presi- dent: Sr. Class Secretary: Writers' 7, 8. She led the Friendship girls ln all their sorial zuhirls. --- E H S '40 CLARA MAE GIBBCJNS 997 E, River St.: General Course: Friendship 3, 4, 7, 8. ln srhool, quiet and shy.: Outside-oh my! HARLEY C. GIBBS, JR. 123 Clinton Ave.: General Course: Airpfane Club 5: Camera Club 6: Library 1. Serious but gay lt's just his way. --- EH s JOHN H. GORMAN 205 Stanford Ave.: General Course: Footbail 1. .lark had many a pal. But had only one gal. DONNA A1LEEN c,iRAHAlXl 615 Bond St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Friendship 1-8: Camera Club 7-8: Herald Staff 5. Her way is street She's' pleasing to meet. -1-E1-1s'4o ALviN T. cikl'-IGORZIK 1824 Miclrlle Ave.: General Course. .ln orrasional pun, Jllahes a rlassroom more fun. ELINOR ALIIEKTA CERCGEI. 210 Blaine St.: Commercial Course: Macllowell Chorus 1-2: Girls' Glee Cinh 3-4. Quite an artist on the irr- Shating fans she does entire. Thirtyonc BETTY JANE GOLDSTEIN 701 Park Ave.: Classical Course: lliacDovvell Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3-5: Sapientes 4-8:Friendshtp Cabinet 7-8: Writers Club 1-8: Extenipore 8: Library Asst. 5-8. You've only to talh to her for awhile To find out she goes through life with a smile. Rom-:RTA MURIEL GoLDs'roNE 622 Middle Ave.: General Course: East High School, Columbus, Ohio 1-7. Your tall' is smooth, your voice divine ln every way you're simply hue. '40 i- DAVID CHARLES GREENE 236 Oxford Ave.: General Course: Radio Club 3-4: Writers' Club 7-8: Projectionists' Club 7-8: Track 8. Dave is a fellow, exerlling in Math, Plenteous in humor, but slou' in his fwrafh. GEORGE DANIEL GREENICH 177 Roosevelt Ave.: General Course: Boys' Chorus 1-2: Jr. A Ca pella 3-6: Sr. A Cappella 7-8: Basketball l-2: Track 1-2: Reserve Football 4, 7: Track Manager 7-8. When George sings The hall rings. ij0NALD L. HAAS 322 Eighth St.: Commercial Course. rlrzother high srhool artist rare. llis draivings are so very fair. LAVERA MARY HAAS 223 Fairlawn Ave.: General I Course: Maryland Heights School, Maryland Heights, Missouri 1: Library Asszstant 7-8: Sr. Friendship Club 5-6. Your graeious smile, your pleasing speerh To all of us a lesson teach. ,, - -fl? ,. . ' ,-1: .,,, 1 -W s X E? , ir Q X 4 J, M I TW f 1940 V' X X 1 ' I fA . ' 2 ' , A - . ,::. , , -":, L L? Q K fx i 1 i E NJ Thirtytzrc GEORGE H. HADAWAY MARY VANCE HARD 1112 West Ave.: General Course: Library Assistant 1: Sr. 218 Denison Ave.: General Courseq Friendship Clnh l-8 Hi-Y 7-8. Sapientes 45 Library Assistant 5-8: Leaders' Group R. Good humor has made him many a friend Sweet and hind to everyonef find he will keep them to the end. All our hearts this girl has won. CLYDE H. HAYNES R.F.D. 35 Scientific Course. I wonder if we eoulzl find a way To hear what this lad has to say. JUNE ANN HARR I:I-Is'4o-l- 1318 Middle Ave.: General Coursey Herald Staff 6-8: Jr. A Cappella 5: Macllowell Chorus 4. A eute and sunny little miss- You're always in a state of bliss. MARGARET H. HANING 109 Lincoln Ct.: Commercial Course: Friendship 1-8 Girls' Chorus. A bright, merry lass, with laughing fare Whose every motion is full of grave. RICHARD WILLIAM HARRIS R.D.. Oberlin Rd.g General Course: Freshman Football 1. The future is not, and may never be,' The present is the only time for me. ARLYNE JEANETTE HAVEN EHS'40 - 1744 East Ave.: General Course: Friendship Club 1-8: Mac- Dowell Chorus l-3: Jr. A Cappella 3. 4: Sr. A Cappella 4-8. She's a talkative miss, and 1'm sure you'll find That she will never be left behind. LLOYD W. HAYES 226 Harvard Ave.g General Course. fl quiet, well mannered boy is he Glad in heart-happy and free. JESSIE MCCALL HENDERSON EHS NO. 3, Colonial Apts., Middle Ave.: General Course: Friend- ship 1-8: Leaders' Group 7-8: Athletic "En: Pin 5: Guard 8. Every moment is so gay- She's always smiling through the day. JAMES P. HENDERSKDN 308 E. Broad St.: General Course, Boys and girls all fall him "Pete",' To hnow him is a joyful treat. fhirtythree WILLIAM BLAINE HEARNE 553 Ohio St.g General Course: Football 2-7g Basketball. Bill is stoehy, strong and dark, In the held of sports, he's made a mark. JUNE ELLEN HELLING 215 Clark St.: Commercial Course: Cafeteria Worker 2-8 Writers' Club 7, 8. You're neat and quiet a lady refined The thoughts you thinh are of a noble mind. '40-l HOWARD V. HENDRICKS 412 Eleventh St.: General Course: Boys' Chorus 1-2: Jr A Cappella 3-8: Library 3-4, 7-8: Band 1-8. Here is a lad with hair so sandy, And with the girls he is dandy. NORMA MAE HERRICK 504 E. Broad St.: General Course: Jr. Friendship 1-3: Sr Friendship 7-8. Your nonehalant but friendly way lllahes you as welcome as the lllay. 1940 Q- , ' 'whiff I 1 , El Tllirfyfollr RUTH G. HIGGINS 511 Bond St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Friendship 3-8: Macllowell Chorus 3-43 Glee Club 5g jr. A Cappella Choir 6-7. With all your charm and jollity, You've a sparkling personality. VELMA LUCILLE HoAG ROBERTA MAE HILL R.F.D. 35 General Course: ,lelferson Jr. High lg Herald Staff 75 MacDowell Chorus 2. A quiet unassuming miss, Your life will e'er be filled with bliss. 112 Homer St.: General Course: Leaders' Group 7, 8: Athletic "Eng Pin. z Exrelling in sports a leader are you Willing to help when there's something to do. - -EHS'40-i- ciRACE ELEANOR HOGAN R.F.D. 3: General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Friend- ship Club 1-4, 7, 8. Winning, willing with a friendly smile Alive, carefree, jolly all the while. PATRICIA LOUISE Home 316 Stanford Ave.g General Course: MacDowell Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Sr. A Cappella 3-8: Leaders' Group 5-83 Friendship I-8: Cabinet 1-4: Athletic "Eng Ping Guard. You voire shames Israfel perched on a starp With your poise and talent we know you'll go far. ----nas DAVID C. HUFI-'MAN 145 Stanford Ave.: Scientific Course: Lightweight Football 3: Reserve Football 5: Sr. Hi-Y 7, 8: Monitor 4, 8. Your rhief pastime has been fun: We always hnd.you on the run. SHIRLEY ,IEANNE HULL R.F.D. 1, Grafton: General Course: Friendship 1-83 Cabinet 3-45 Leaders' Group 4-8: Photographers' Club 1-25 At1x'etic "E" 45 Pin 59 Guard 7. rl very fine leader, .ind no one ran beat her. --- E I-I s DICK HYSELL 115 Floral Ct.: General Course: Jefferson jr. High 1-23 :A Sr. Hi-Y 7. 8: Freshman Football. Your roaming gaze must oft befall On some slim fgure in the hall. TOM CHARLES ICKES 711 Cleveland St.: General Course: Lincoln Jr. High School. Santa Monica, Calif. 1, 2. Your everlasting happy fun Has many a romrade for you won. Thirtyfive VIVIAN NIAE HORACE 1 Frank Ct.: General Course: Friendsh Chorus 1-3: Jr. A Cappella Choir 4, S. Your long light hair Blends with your shin so fair. ip 1-4: MacDowell MARGARET HELEN HORNYAK R.F.D. 3: General Course: jefferson Jr. Thoroughness is your best trait And you live in a happy state. High 1-2. '40 l- MARI.AN LGUISE H UNTER 338 Oxford Ave.: Commercial Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Library Assistant 7-83 Friendship 1-8. Always helpful, always true, Through thigh and thin she'll stand by you. HowARo EUGENE HLYSTON 205 Park Ave.g General Courseg Bremen High School 1-4. Full of spirit, full of pep Howie's fun has made his "rep". '40 -i-- XPEAUL E. IRION 423 Third St.: Classical Course: Elyrian Staff 2-8: Sapientes 4-8: Monitor 3, 43 Light Squad 5, 6: Players' Club 5-89 Extempore 4, 6, 8g "The Enemy" 5: National Honor 6-85 Tennis 3, 5, 7: Speakers' Bureau 6, 8. With serious intent yet pleasant smile You set your heart on a goal worth while. MARION LQUISE IvEs 318 Sumner St.: General Course: Macllowell Chorus lj G'ee Club 2: Sr. A Cappella 3-8. Things go wrong but you will smile Sunshine will rome in a little while. m 5 N my ug tw V11 1.35 A f ff 1940 QM' 1'1lfffysix JEAN BEVERLY JACKSON 109 West St: Commercial Courseg Library Assistant 1-2: Friendship Club 7, 8. To all the friends she ever hneu' She has always been so true. JEAN ELIZABETH JAMES JOHN ALEX JACOBS 124 Woodford Ave.: General Courseg Football 55 Basket ball 2: Brownhelm High School 1. Behind that quiet bashful way There lies a being -with much to say. 115 Cornell Ave.: General Course: Macllowell Chorus 1-5: Friendship Club 3-8. Your rharming manner adds more grave To the szveetness of your face. ' 1-1 E 1-1 s EDITH EVELYN JOY R.D. 2: Commercial Course: Macllowell Choms 1-5. Very quiet, very shy As the days go rushing by. PATRICIA N. JENSEN 54 Samuel St.: Commercial Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1, 23 Friendship Club 1-8: Camera Club 7, 8. Vivarious in talk, everyone's rhumg Pat mahes an art of rhe'u'ing gum. '40--ll BEULAH GRACE JENNE 409 Adams St.: General Courseg Jefferson Jr, High 1" Girls' Chorus 1-53 Extempore 6: Friendship Club Camera Club 7, 8. A ringing laugh that banishes tears You often bring to 'waiting ears. FRANK W. JOVIAK. JR. 424 Kenyon Ave.: General Course. Your amiable -ways make you beloved by a Your friends are at your beck and roll. ---EHS'40---- MARY BARBARA JONES 400 Louisiana Ave.: General Course: Friendship 3-65 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Monogram. Mary is eharming, witty, and gay She'll make her mark in the 'world some day. a GLA1ws MER1 JOHNSON 196 Bath St.g General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1 2 MacDOwell Choms 3, 4: Girls' Glee 5, 6: Jr. A Cappella 7: Friendship 5-8. JI 'winning smile and pleasing voice Will give you what may be your rhoiee. LILLIAN MARDELL JOHNSTON 371 High St.: General Course: Bruwnhelm 1-43 Players' Club S, You are pleasant. you are neat With a 'wholesome smile i--- EH S Dicx J. J'usTAv1cK 479 Eighth St.: General Course: Track 2. 4: Radio Club 1, 3, 5. Misrhievous eyes that twinkle gay An innorent countenance do betray. ROBERT ARNOLD KARP 339 Furnace St.: General Course: Wm. Dean Howells School 1-2: Jr. Hi-Y 3-4: Players' Club 3-8: Sr. Hi-Y 85 Pro- jectionists Club 4-89 "Highness" 5: "The Enemy" 5: "Growing Pains" 3: "By Popular Request" 7: "Faith and Works" 3: Speakers' Bureau 8. In rhararter he's a sueress He's just as line in nat'ral dress. Thirtyseven that's siveet. '40 -il- THELMA I. KA1sER 3 Frank Ct.: General Courseg Friendship 7-8. Thelnzzfs really awfully smallj You srarrely know she's there at all. STANLEY H. IQARBOVVNICZEK 327 Eighteenth St.: General Course. Your reveries are very deep lt's due to thought not lark of sleep. 940 AF X' x ' 'f TJ PW : A mf' xv 3 gg. .,,, .. A 'l'l1irfyf'igl1l LLOYD ANDREW KINNEY 215 Harwood St.: General Conrseg Basketball l-4, Your dreamy eyes, your wistful stare Give proof you have a thoughtful air. -EHS'40 MARTHA KATHERINE KOLLER 143 Cleveland St.: Commercial Course: Oliice Assistant S-8: Movie Assistant 2-6. Our lllartha is a quiet lass But she stands high with all her rlass. MAx1NE EMMA KOEPP 328 Ninth St.: Commercial Course: Friendship Club 3-85 Players' Club 6-8. All 'who meet her on the street Find her friendly and so sweet. RICHARD L. KERSHAXV 250 Second St.g General- Course: Tennis 5. If it's in the hall or on the rourt You'll always find that Diffs a sport. ,IEANNE F. KNAPP 357 Harvard Ave.g General Conrseg Detroit High School: Friendship 1-81 Herald Stal? 75 Latin Club 2-65 Library Assistant 1-2. .llthough you fame a short time ago Yozfre one of us u'e'll always know. IJONALD JAMES KINTNER 820 Park Ave.g Scientitic Course: Band 1-63 jr. A Cappella 3-4. Your nature may be rlassed as shy But naught esrapes your watehful eye. EHS'40 LILLIAN JOYCE LAUCK 242 Harvard Ave.: General Course: Glee Clnh 2-S: Friend- ship Club 1-8. Lillian's manner is refined Unknown to her is a thought unkind. Louis LAPOS 140 Irondalc St.: General Course: Basketball Manager 3-6. Louis is small with an impish grin. That makes us feel he's bound to zvin. --E1-1s'4o EVELYN NIAE LEHMAN R.F.D. 1, Alilxey Rd.: General Course. Blonde and gay and full of life- Sharp and uitty as a knife. Lois FAITH LERSCH 231 Columbus St.: General Course: Sr. A Cappella 7-ig Friendship 1-R: Leaders' 4-83 L' rary Assist. 3-83 Monogram. 14 very sweet 'voire the ely girl has Indeed. my dears, she's a rharmiug young lass. Thirtynine l i fr' 1- 'U - NVILLIAM LESTER KRISTOF R.F.D. 1, Graftong General Course: Monitor 4-8. Ile is a fall and light haired boy llfhokse disposition is full of joy. ' A THL'RLOW MAX KNEPPER 324 E. Bridge St.5 General Course: Light Squad 5-6: Monitor 7. Gallant and kind, you'll toe the mark PV ith pleasing voice and eyes so dark. Photo not offered. ' P1-nur CHARLES LE11-'ER 1110 East Ave.3 Commercial Course. W'hither is he bound, Who all these years has made no sound? NVILLIAM SCOTT LEEDALE 1314 Middle Ave.g General Course: Sr. Hi-Y 7-8: Student Cabinet 6-8: Monitor 7-8g Slip Collector 75 Track 6-8. Of all good srouts Bill is the hestg He's friendly, l'ind,' you hnou' the rest. ,fue .' ,v . f .Q me 940 qi 33 vw' 32 Q 'jf 3 19 X P 11..w' .Q gllq . K. sr 5 I 3 I-'nf-13 MARION K. LINDDERO 1301 Middle Ave.: Scientific Course: Friendship 1-8g Friend- ship Cabinet 3-8: Library Assist. 5-8: Extempore 6. 8: Herald Staff 4: Sapientes 3-6. She has plenty of intellect, there isn't a doubt, BERNARD ANTHONY LINDEN R.1-KD. 3: General Course: Latin Club 4. .fl virtuous lad, bool' loving and just, Effirient worker, with learning a lust. lllany envy her much for they are without. ETI-IEL RUTH TITTLE R.F.D. 2: General Course. CARL D. LINOENI-'ELTER 154 Oak St.: Scientific Course: Jefferson jr. High 1-2: Band 3-8: Orchestra 3-7: Hi-Y 4, 7, 8: Track 8. Witt-,iron his flute he starts to play. His friends delay in going away. ---EHS'40Q-i- -ii. . AKLENE A. LOTTMANN Bihxx 361. Elyria: Commercial Course: Herald Stal? 7 Very shy and likeuise quiet I.'il'l'igrary Assistant 5-6: Cafeteria Helper 7-8: Monogram. She would never start a riot In time of need one may depend LLOYD G. LUDWIG 235 Hamilton Ave.: General Staff 5, xl studious lad. we have to agree The six 14's proved it, now don't you see? jovce INOWEIQ MADDox 103 Malcom Ct.: Commercial 1-6: Glee Cluh 7-8: Friendship 1-8: Jelferson Jr. High 1, 2, Your friendly smile's an inspiration That leaves no room for larnentation. CLA IDE F. MARTIN 264 Spruce St.: Scientific Course: Sapientes 4-6: Sr. Hi-Y 5-8: Monitor 7-8: Library Assist. 6: Herald Stal? 5: Track 6-8: Band 3-6: Cheerleader 7-8: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. What a lady's man he's getting to be 'Tis something I thought l never should see. VIVIAN LEONE MARTIN 134 Fourth St.: General Course: Friendship Club 1-8. You have a sweet disarming smile dad surh a trait makes life worth while. Fortyone fi on Arlene, she's ev'ryone's friend. ILLIZABETH ANN LOVE A Q., 52 Colonial Apts.: General Course: Gridleyvgligh School, Erie, Pa. 1-2: Clarkfield High School, Clarkfiel , Minn. 3-4: Friendship 5-8: Leaders' Group 7-8. When it romes to fun, she's a l'f'e all fall her srrewball Liz. whiz --- E I-1 s 'io ---- EILEEN M. MAHL 437 East Broad St.: .General Course. You're calm. retiring, ever shy, Soft brown hair, eyes like the shy. Course: Band 1-5: Herald LEONA A. MAI.ANOwsKI 428 Twelfth St.: Commercial Course: Herald Stat? 5-8. You're always busy as a bee And lots of fun, we all agree. Course: MacDowel1 Chorus -1- E H s '40 DONALD F. MATTI 912 Walnut St.: Scientific Course: Jefferson jr. High 1, 2 Tennis 3, 7. He may be quiet and sort of shy But with his personality he's a peach of a guy EDITH LUCILLE MAzE 245 Spruce St.: General Course: Amherst High School 1-7 Glee Cluh 1-6. Whenever you see that friendly smile You know it'll stay there all the while. 1940 L. Q, .. .. ,L+ P A Q A sk i v , l 6 x v .ys ,K Sim: W WO- ' " :fi-iw 2 "M af K Q ,. Y, 2, ,Q K gm- K .V -, K t 8 314 M My vi ,, I . 1 L 3 . J , ,f ffy i 5' ' ' 5 g ' , 1 I .M -x S : 1 . gg 6 1 ? I R YAP Fortylvro WILMA RUTH NICCAIN -IVENNAYEVONN E MCCAU LLEY 150 S. Abbe Rd.: General Course: N. Union High School, R.F.D. 35 General Coursey Sapientes 5-8: MacDowell Chorus Uniontown, Pennsylvania 1-2: Friendship 3. l-35 Girls' Glee Club 4-53 Oiiice Assistant 7-8. She's cordial, deft and full of fun Your girlish laughter, heaven sent, We bet she'll find her place in the sun. Fills all your soul with merriment. w. .YV MARY JEAN NICELFRESH 103 E. Heights Blvd.g General Course: Glee Clnb2g Sapientes 3-8g Extempore 6, 83 Writers' Club 7, Sglilyrian Stal? 2-85 Macllowell Chorus 1: Jr. A Cappella 3-5: Student Cabinet 7. Sg National Honor Society: Speakers' Bureau 8. This girl knows how to stand on her feet If you'll pardon the expression. she's downright sweet. ---i--EHS'40-- DOROTHY Louis McAvENA SHIRLEY EVENLY MACFARITAND-N01 gradu- 874 W. River St.: Commercial Junior High 1-2. The lass is sweet and alu Course: Chonxs 19 Jefferson llfillg llwvfd 6I'U.'ll-'V. 'ays gay She'd steal 'most any heart away. lJONNA JEAN MEkTz R.F.D. 3: Commercial Course: nhip 7-8. Business lady, oh so pert! Allways gracious, never rurt. EMMA H. MESSAROS 235 W. River St.: General Courseg Cafeteria Worker 2-8. She is dependable, the qu Always courteous, faults hard to find. RrrA PEARL MEYER 409 Park Ave.g General Course: Friendship 1-89 MacDowell Chorus 1: Glee Club 29 Jr. A Cappella 3-45 Sr. A Cappella 5-Hg Extempore 6: Writers' Club 7, 8. We like the way you laugh and sing And tall' and--oh, just everything. LYDIA LEE MICHAEL 343 Winckles St.: General Course: Friendship 1-85 Mac- Dowell Chorus 2. 3: Glee Club A Cappella 7-8. Lydia's beauty lies in her .lnd in her sweet and am Fort ythree MARGARET L. MCKENZIE 142 Nnrthrup St.: General Course: Friendship 1-8. Your perfect poise and gentle grace ln every artion van be traced. - EHS'4O-1 MARl.4N E. MESSAROS Othce Work 5-8: Friend- llleel- and quiet as you are Conceit will ne'er your beauty mar. CARROL ELIZABETH NNIYERS 519 Bond St.: General Course: Jellferson Jr. Full of fun and yet reserved. Her popularity is well deserved. High iet kind 3----EHS'40 RUTH IRENE MEINKE 1-83 MacDowell Chorus 1-45 Jr. A Cappella 5, 6. Your voire is low, your manner sweets You're hind to everyone you meet. HELEN L. Mnco 217 W. River St.: Commercial Course: Leaders' 4: Jr' A Cappella M: Sf- She's quiet and meek and willing to do hai, Anything she can for you. iable air. 235 W'. River St.: General Courseg Cafeteria Worke 2-S. l-2. 111 Hamilton St.: Commercial Course: Friendship Club Group S. l vi i ,i I : 3 I L, 'le 47" ,. 'J 'tile' F, , . ve, . . .M W Q .LM 1940 2 X ii .11 B, .E 5 A ,A,, A. X Q2 1 , S' J' X Q ,f F Forlyfoui MILDRED L. MILLER R.F.D. 2: General Course. Mildred is quiet, meek and tall, We feel we hardly know her at all. BEVERLY JUNE MILLS RUBY JUNE MILl.ER R.F.D. 3: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Friendship 1-8. Not a redhead, not a brunette But Ruby. the blonde, and hard to forget. 342 Cambridge Ave.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Athletic "E": Monogram. Beverly likes loads of fun ller fun is fun for everyone. T.. E H s DOROTHY MARTHA MOLOSKY 1401 East Ave.: General Course. Dot is tiny from head to toes Loves good times and plenty of rlothes. JAMES JOSEPH MoNTAcNEsE 315 Eighteenth St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. Corridors were made to walk in, Not for ehaps like you to talk in! --- E I-I S VIRGINIA H. MooRE 416 Third St.: General Course: Friendship Club 7-8. Slim with bashful eyes of blue And quiet, timid manners, too. MARGARET NIORSE 916 Park Ave.: General Course: Friendship 1-3: Writers' Club 6. Smart in everything she does Peg is always in a buzz. -1 E I-I s ROMAN EDMUND NAGQRKA 227 Abbey Rd.: Commercial Course: Boys' Chorus 3. 4: Jr. A Cappella 5, 6: Sr. A Cappella 7: Track 8: Extempore 4: Projectionist Cluh 3-8: Radio Club 3. Roman's one that's hard to please. But loves to tirkle piano keys. JOHN NAGY, JR. 443 W. River St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Basketball 1: Players' Club 8: "By Popular Request" 7. .lohn's wise, his wisdoms sound A better friend rould not be found. F ortyfve '40 - - MARII.YN MAE MooN 148 Denison Ave.: General Course: Friendship I-8. lllarilyn has many a friend Her good times never end. EDWARD L. RQOORE 416 Third St.: General Course: Mirror St. Petersburg, Fla. 1-4. Shy and modest, docile too, Edwarrfs always good and true. Lake High School, '40 i- NIARGARET Moss 206 Second St.: General Course: Friendship 1-4: MacDowell Chorus 1-2: Glee Club 3-4: Jr. A Cappella 5-6: "E": Pin. lWargaret's fun just never ends She laughs and teases with her friends. HARRY MURAwsKI 313 S. Maple St.: General Course: Basketball 1-4: Track 1-6: Golf 8. When Harry shines your shoes. He shines away your blues. '40 il JOHN WALTER NEVINS 323 North St.: Scientific Course: Monitor 4-8: Library Asst. 3-4: Band 4-8: Sr. A Cappella 7-8: Speakers' Bureau 6. Tall and musical, serious of mind. A truer friend is hard to find. HARRIS H. NICHOLS 323 Middle Ave.: General Course: Basketball 2, 6: Foot- ball 1, 3, 5: Sr. Hi-Y 7, 8. You're tall and silent-a regular brirk, And everyone calls you "good old Nick". 1940 fi if , as mwxmfiz, was ?+', iii? S K- Xx AN - q Forfysix WALTER JOHN NIEGOWSKI CLAIRE TERESE NOONAN 1213 Bank St.: Scientific Course: Sapientes 4-8: Cafeteria 334 Tenth St-5 Classical Course. Sapiemes 5-8. Elyria!! ksgigtgixtignsal Honor Society ti-8: Extempore Squad: 7' 8: Friendship Club 1-8. d personality quite rare Makes Walt an asset everywhere. You're very quiet, as we'd guess. But people like you none the less. CHARLES B. O'MALLEv 211 Princeton Ave.: General Course: Track 1-2: Tennis 5-7: Camera Club 6-8: Jr. Hi-Y 1-4: Orchestra 3-8: Boys' Chorus: Sr. A Cappella 4-8. Chuek's a very handsome fellow He loves to play upon the fella. Lois RUTH OPPER EH s '40 1...- AL PAGE 1024 wen Avg: General Course? Chorus 25 GI" Club R.F.D. 3: Manual Arts Course: Movie lVorker 1-8. 3-5: Junior Choir 6, 7: Library 7, 8. Your dark eyes and lovely hair, Give you a sweet and romely air. Well liked for naturalness is he And liked by friends will always be. ANGELA MARIE PGLIMENE 333 Eighteenth St.: General Course: Macllowell Chorus 1-5. A smile goes with you everywhere. Never a worry, never a rare. STEPHEN ALEx PATHAY 20 West River St.: General Course: Chorus. Didn't you know? Well here's the gist. He's quite a rapalzle areordianist. A WILLIAM B. PAWLIKOWSKI 124 Garvin Ave.: Scientific Course: Football 3-73 Basket- ball 2: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. On gridiron green, your mighty height Made other linemen run for fright. RUDGLPH VICTOR PESKURAN ,Q V 216 W. River Sl.: General Course: Boys' Chorus 1-4: Jr. A Cappella 5, 6: Basketball 3-6. Your mental gifts from heaven sent Will help to make you president. ROBERT EUGENE PERRY 252 Marseilles Ave.: General Course: Football Mgr. S. fiway with boring talks and themes. Swing wide the moonlit gate of dreams. F art ysevan A-M -if -1.1- EHS'40L-l- JACK W. PEARSON .153 Oxford Ave.: General Course. So tall. so neat, well dressed. W'ith good taste he is blessed. MIRIAM ALICE PAETH V ship Cabinet 5-8: MacDowell Chorus'1-2: fr. A Cappella 3-6: Sr. A Cappella 7-8: Sapientes 4: Herald Staff 5-6: Leaders' Group 7-8: Athletic "EH: Pin: Monogram. Even though she's petite, she's fond of sports, And you'll find her often on tennis courts. 1'7 EHS'40-l 'S RUTH -lEAgglEfE'rERs 164 Hamilton igiafi General-Course: Macllowell Chorus 1. 3-6: Glee Club 7-8. Your tresses are alluring Compliments are e'er oreurrzng. NEVA C. P1-'AEE 210 Cleveland St.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Mac- Dowell Chorus l: Girls' Glee Club 2-4: Jr. A Cappella 5, 6: Sr. A Cappella 7, 8: Leaders' Group 7, 8. Wlzerz you see her big ihrown eyes. You'll eitl1er swoon or heave some sighs. lllbenison Ave.: General Course: Friendshi 1-8: Friend- 1940 . . Mitt! Hwy- ml' Q KW! ,iflk i- V . -' ly.. . Q. A , , 'GLW ' f g' V lg" ' . 4 Y. J , V K. . g k' af' ali , , Q. 3 ,59 . 5 , af Forryriglzt ROBERT GEORGE PHELI-s JOSEPH F. PLAs 34h Geogge St.: Scientific Course: Monitor 73 Writers' 1043 East RNC, St.: General Course- U , . As for good writing and noble fame, You ff ew' new and friendly W0- Bob Phelps will someday make a name. W'ith rompanions many you'll never be blue. jus1'1N JOHN PLAS 1043 E. River St.: General Conrseg Ili-Y 5, 6. He looked in the mirror: his eyebrow looked weak, , "l guess I'll have to stay home this week." --l-EHS'40--- Roy S. POINTER EVERET1' JOHN PYECROFT 110 Cornell Ave.: General Course. 130 Clark St.: General Course. To study never was his toil Dark brown eyes and curly hair, Although he burns the midnight oil. lmpish and rute, without a care. DoR-THEE MAE POWELL GALEN EL'GENE RAMSER 514 Second St.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Writers' 446 VV. River St.: General Courseg Jefferson Ir. High 1-23 Club 8. Library Assistant 3-81 Track 6-83 Light Squad 6. Witty mind, rlever tongue, Fellow rlassmates all agree, Dor-thee never gets the gong. Gale's as swell as swell can be. 1-i-EHS'40-l-- VIVIAN EILEEN REsAR GENE ELLEN REICHARD ' . ' . ' ' , , 351 Co il A .3 C n ral Cours 3 MacDowell Chorus l-4: S35 E. River Rd., Commercial Course, Friendship 12, 78, page 65121259 3 Eiligtgeua ga SE Alacaggeua 7-8: Sandie ' ' ' ' ' " 3 i 3 uar 3 " opu r UESCHQ ers' n amiable lui-ne' unguh and 'iffy 83 LibrarynAssist. 8: Friendslhp 1'8Q Leazigrs' Group li 8. Kem on fI0u'e"5"'5he 11 'aff hw," Gene's the one whose elever wit Is sure to cause your sides to split. jnvi G. RE1NHARDT 136 W. Bridge St.: General Course3 Band 1'7Q Players' Club 8. Your quiet ways and high ambition Give you a grand and gay disposition. ------EHS'40--l- NORMA MAE RHOADS GERALDINE Rxoo 107 Mound St.: Commercial Course: Girls' Chorus 1'2Q Jr. 323 Harvard Ave.: General Course: Orchestra 1-83 Friend- A Cappella 3-6: Sr. A Cappella 7-8. ship Club 3-83 Cabinet 5-83 Oflice Assistant 5. With her smile and pretty curls She's headed for Carnegie Hall, She's a hit with boys and girls. With her fiddle, bow, and all. Fortynine WARREN LESTER ROBINSON 269 Spruce St.: General COUTSCQ Band 3-73 Track 63 Hi-Y 3, 7-8Q Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Football 13 Basketball 2. Warren is the girls' delight- Over him the ladies fight. 1940 Fifi-1 WTILDA M.XRlE Ruourzs 7l2 Sherman St.: General Course: Butler High School, Butler. Pa.: Friendship Cluh 3-R. Caprieious maiden. keen and daring, I' lhahv a d l v g a e n a sm: e e er uiearm . NORMA JEANNE ROGERS 333 VVest Ave.: General Course: Monogram: "E": Friendship l-8. Her fare is always full of eharm But her manner eauses alarm. CARMELLA Ross 306 Eighteenth St.: General Course: Herald Stat? 7. A hit with every fella. Yessir, that's Carmella. PHYLLIS E. Ross Stop 80, Oberlin Rd.: Commercial Course: Friendship 1-2. lhlodest, quiet. and reserved, Here murh eredit is deserved. .--- E H s 'ao --- IVIATHEVV M. ROTH 156 Clark St.: General Course: Senior Hi-Y 7-8. H e's very eute and so sedate- No doubt he soon will find a mate. FRANCES lhIARY RoTuNDA 240 Fifth St.: Commercial Course: Friendship Clnb 1-8: Monogram. Likable Fran will eateh your heart, Dark and sparkling, also smart. FRANK KVA LTER RowLEY -- EH s 'ao -T- VIVIAN MARIE RUCKER 128 Garvin Ave.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: 332 Sixffifllfh SLI General Course- Movie Assistant 8. Tall and quiet, he goes his 'way Alu'ay's happy, never sad She's the kind that's never mad. With cheery smile, but little to say. ALICE JANE SANKER 123 W. Bridge St.: General Course: Friendship Club 1-8: MacDowell. Chorus 5-62 Glee Club 7-8. This gal's got a laughing mania, Spends most of her time in Pennsylvania. BURNELL jAcoR SCHRAMM R.F.D. 2: General Course: Football Boys' Chorus 2. Hold that line!,.. Get that ball! Gridiron hero. strong and tall! f DAvm ELLIOTT SCOTT ---EHS'40- - JAMES G. SCOTT 1-7: Monitor 5-8: 113 Monroe Ct.: General Course: Track 2, 8: Airplane Club 51 Football 7. Full of fun, and liked a lot, That's hou' 'we rate Jimmy Seottl DON.ALD LEON SELMAN . 312 Fifth St.: General Course: Callahan Ir. High School, 208 Ohio St.: General Course: Assumption High 4-6. D Moi , I l: Ed 'n Dnb H'gh Sh l, D tr 't, . Milli. 1f'i?LQi.'ll00d uagfschoii, l.akJw00d,co'f"3g Eiyflli C11-vmvva Sflman is the 'wmv you should have Staff 6: Writers' Club 7, 8. had, . , . 1 . ' Dflwdf lflffffff-V? Hfff fhfy flfff Beeause you are 'without a doubt the ladies Drawing. daneing. driving the rar. ehoice of lad! Fiftyone 'L 1940 . GQ A 5: 4 mm Fiftytzco CORNELIA MARY SERES 108 W. River St.: Commercial Course: Athletic Monogranig "En: Pin: Cafeteria Worker 3-83 Friendship Club 7, 8. You're blunt, outspoken, rather bold, But underneath's a heart of gold. -1- E 1-1 s MORRIS SHAPERO 714 W. River St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. A fine rhap is Morris Shapero- .lust watch: he'll be a great hero! ROBERT LEE SHARKEY 118 Lincoln Ct.: General Course: Hi-Y 3: Tennis 3. S, 7: Writers' Club 8: Jr.-Herson Jr. High 1-2: Basketball I-2. Clear the floorlu. Roll back the rug! Here romes Sharkey the jitterbug! -- E H s SARA ADA SIGEL R.F.D. 2g General Courseg Friendship 1-8: Library Assist. 4-8g MacDowell Chorus 1, 25 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Jr. A Cappella Choir 5, 6. Shy, demure, and ever smiling Everybody? heart beguiling. DONALD WAYNE SIMMS RALPH SHAPERO 714 W. River St.: General Coursey Golf 6-8. Both brusque and noisy without- He's generous and kind no doubt. '40-l- DONNA MARIE SHEWELL 452 Tenth St.g General Coursey MacDowell Chorus 1: Friendship Club 3-8. Donna's fame is her big blue eyes She's loads of fun and just as wise. MONA S1-lRvocK R.F.D. 33 General Coursey Jelferson Jr. High ship Club 3-8. A little sugar, a little spice- These rombined make you so nite. '40 --- CHESTER A. SIKORA R.D. 2: General Course. Chet works hard in every class, In all his work he will surpass. R.D. 2: General Course: Projectionist Club 4-75 Football 5. 7g Movie Worker 8. Tall, blond, hasn't much to say lllinds his own business and goes his own way. i--EHS ELEANoR Lois Snvims R.D. 2: General Course: MacDowell Chorus 1-6. A quick and winsome lass is she, As sweet as any girl can be. MARY HELEN SIMPSON 245 Stanford Ave.: General Course: Sapientes 43 Leaders' Group 7-8: National Honor 5-8: Spanish Club 6: Athletic Monogram: "E"g Friendship 1-8: Cabinet 3-8g MacDowe'l Chorus lg Glee Club 2. True hour-glass figures we don't often spy. But Helen has one and I wish it were I. Fiftythree '40 --1 MABEL COZETTE ScHMm'r R.F.D. 1, Oberlin: General Course. Always willing and ready to aid, Is this industrious busy maid. MAXWELL DOYLE SLU'rzKER 203 Broad St.g General Courseg Hi-Y 1-4: Jr. 3-7: Radio Club 3-4: Airplane Club 3, 4. A jaunty fellow known to all- Casual, collegiate about the hall. Photo not offered. 1-2 5 Friend- A Cappella 1940 xg 9 Q 1 X0 'K Y . Wh Fiftyfour WILLIAM Gisonos SMITH 424 Eighth St.: General Course: Basketball 1-2: Football 3-5: Herald Staff 4: Cafeteria Worker 2-S: Hi-Y 7-8. Bill's smile and his mannerly ways. B ETTY Lou SMITH 496 Cleveland St.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Group 7-8: Athletic Monogram: "En: Pin. Ernest. ready with love of sports 1 w Are pleasing as sun s morning rays. EARL ROBERT SMITH Can alzvays be seen on the rourts. 637 Dewey Ave.: General Course. Your boyish and lteart-'warming grin Will keep on helping you to u'in. ----1EHS'40 FRANCES MAE SMITH Hoes A. SMITI-I 11.13. 1. Grafton: Fine Arts C'fnu'sc. 354 Tenth St.: General Course: Jr. Friendship Ever steadfast, ever true. And that's not l1et'u'een just me and you. JACK DoNALD SMITH Friendship 7-8: MacDowell Chorus I-2. Coquettish yet shy, The u'ind's lIer sigh. 217 Gulf Rd.: General Course: Football 3-8: Basketball 3-4: Track 5-8: Monitor 5: Slip Collector 5. To be a hero isn't bad, But having many girls is -Q--EI-Is Lois JEAN SMITH 496 Cleveland St.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Players' Club 1: Macllowell Chorus 1: Monogram. Grave. reserve. and quiet taste Blends smoothly with your lark of haste. LOTTIE SMITH 400 Prospect St.: Commercial Course: Friendship l-S: Herald Stat? 7. Cute and blonde and lots of fun Lottie's always on the run. ---'EHS ARTI-I L'R W. SPARKS Box 144: General Course: Boys' Chorus 1-2: Jr. A Cappella 3-4: Sr. A Cappella 5-6: Track Mgr. 6, 8: Camera Club 7-8. You're a happy-go-lurky fellou' With a voire that's rirlz and ntellozv. JEAN SPARKS 205 Blaine St.: Classical Course: Jr. Friendship 3-43 Sr. Friendship 5-8: Saplentes 4-8: jr. Choir 5-6: Sr. A Cappela 7-8: Macllowell Chorus 1-2: Girls' Glee Club 3-4. A girl more vivaeious 1 never did see For .lean is as gay as any ran be. Fiftyfve sad. -to --- LOTTIE M. SMITHOSKE Leaders 1-4 1 Sr. 255 Roosevelt Ave.: Commercial Course: Athletic Mono- gram: UE". A rarefree blonde-a smile magnetic Ea er, brisk and energetir. 9 . CHARLES V. SNAVELY 107 Ridge St.: General Course. fl 'worthy friend, a jolly lad Rougish, zvitty, never really bad. noi- EARL E. SPONSLER 134 Homer St.: General Course: Basketball 5-6. flny rurrent event that eannot be found I .lust put 'em to Earl and he ll expound. MARILYN ETI-IEL SPRAGU E 310 Furnace St.: Household Arts Course: MacDow 1-4: Jr. Friendship 1-4: Girls' Glee Club. Someone so friendly is a joy to knofwf When there is fun, she's ready to go. ell Chorus J, 9 23" i .L . 1940 .M 1 ., , r Y 1, U 1 1 H I? 259 .W 234 fz 4 .. , is Q . Q JK K f 2 "vf?" ?M l" " ' " L-f , 2 wh--,, ' A. " -fam ,.,, ww - ' . .5 LM, 2 , :K ,M n 5 .. I , wb asm- - ' ' ' ' JW 'H P ' " 7 ' K 5 Q . - I lv" 4' I 145 1 il. 4' . . A . M, , Es Q' ' ' Q 7' mv Fiftysix ANDREW' SIDNEY SGETTA 220 W. River St.: General Course. lilinds his own business and bothers none Baseball's where Andy gets his fun. JOHN ALFRED SUKEY 429 Huron St.: General Course: Freshman Football 1: Freshman Basketball 1: Golf. He always has a word to add- Sometimes good, but never bad. -l-EHS AUGUSTUS CHARLES SUVAR R.D. 1, LaGrange: Commercial Course 1-6: Projectionist Club 7-8. A splendid friend is faithful Gus Who every day does ride the bus. : Movie Assistant GERALD D. SWIERS R.F.D. 2, Grafton Rd.: Commercial Course: Jr. Football Manager 3-8: Basketball 3-8. Fun has been your greatest pleasure You're a friend we all do treasure. Hi-Y 3-4 I -i-EI-Is JOHN HERBERT STANG R.D. 3: General Course: Sapientes Hi-Y 7-8: Elyrian Staff 8, Great spares, open air, Easy labor, little rare. 4-6: Monitor 7-8: Sr. JOE C. STASKIEWS 1814 Middle Ave.: General Course: hall 6: Golf 8. As an artist you exrel We think your work is simply swell. Basketball 2 : Foot- 1iEHs DOROTHY SHIRLEY STOFFER 244 Boston Ave.: General Course: Jr. Friendship 1-4: Sr. Friendship 5-8: Athletic Monogram: UE". She has pep-of friends a wealth,- Always natural-just herself. VIRGINIA STRICKLER R.F.D. 3: General Course: Jefferson ship Club 3-4. About her we have this to say "She has a pleasing, quiet way." Jr. High 1-2: Friend- Fiftyseven GEORGIA HAZEL SUTTON 915 Foster Ave.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Sapientes 4-6: National Honor 6-8: MacDowell Chorus,33 Girls' Glee Club 4: Jr. A Cappella 4: Sr. A Cappel.a O-8. Georgia's hands with grace and ease So swiftly fly over piano keys. LEONARD JOSEPH STAYSNIAK 131 Foirlawn Ave.: Classical Course: Track: Extempore 6: Sapientes 4-8: Boys' Chorus 1-2: Monitor 7-8. W'e don't believe he'd ever stammer When ralled upon for Latin grammar. Photo not offered. '40-ii HAROLD L. STANFORD 260 Columbus St.: General Course: Hi-Y 1-8: Track 2, 4, 6: Monitor 5-8. A friendly fellow-not so tall A splendid fellow liked by all. ALBERTA EDNA STANG 268 Spruce St.: General Course: Friendship 1, 2, 5. 8: Leaders' Group 7-8: Sapientea 4: Basketball 1-8: Ofiice Assistant 1-2: Phayers' Club 8: Monogram. Tall and dignified is she, Full of fun and jollity. 'ao -- ROBERT WARREN STEVENSON 126 Brandston Ave.: Scientific Course: Hi-Y 3-8: Light Squad 5: Basketball 2-6: Tennis 5-7: Track 8: Boys' Chorus 4: Jr. A Cappella 5-6: Sr. A Cappella 7-8. Here's a boy-the real last word He's often seen-and often heard. JOSEPH RAYMOND STICH 319 Concord Ave.: General Course. By diligence he wends his way- With time for work and time for play. '40 l-- CLAYTON ROBERT S'r1RzAKER 214 Cornell Ave.: General Course: Hi-Y 1-2: Manager' 3-6: Football 5. A little nonsense now and then ls relished by the best of men. 7-8 : Basketball JEAN EDITH TATTERSALL 241 Hamilton Ave.: General Course: Friendship I-8: National Honor 6-8: Sapientes 4: Leaders' Group S-8: Athletic "E": Pin, Guard: MacDowell Chorus 1-2: Girls' Glee Club 3: Jr. A Cappella 4, Sr. A Cappella 5-8. She's lovely sweet and so sincere- To us all she is a dear. 1940 if -I' 5 asv, A . . t J z . 1 W K 1 5.2 X 'I h ? ' ' g, 5 I. A f -' if D' Z P- H -4 A H . . , ' :LL -in '- ,,.i W A "V. A ' A V Q1 W.. V g b J yi? 1 5 4 Q' A H Fifiyeight DflNALD L. rliAYLOR ll9 Second St.: General Course. Donald is the quiet hind: d hnorl' for him is hard to find. BE'r'rv JANE TELZEROW USM Cleveland St.: Commercial Course: Sr. Friendship 5. Nature endowed her with all it had Everything good and nothing bad. Doizornv ELLEN 'FERRELL 259 Harwood Ave.: Commercial Course: Friendship 1-8: Monogram: Athletic "E". Sort of like the shining sun rl friend to all. a foe to none. --l-EHS RICHARD E. TERRELL 239 E. Broad. St.: General Course: jr. Hi-Y 2-4: Sr. Hi-Y 6-8: Football 1-B: Basketball Mgr. 5-8: Boys' Chorus 1-2: Jr. A Cappella 3-4: Light Squad 5-6: Monitor 5. lle's an athlete And he's very neat. GENELLA T1-uusr 315 Seventeenth St.: General Course. This lass is quiet and also short, Of her you'll hear no had report. ----E1-is LILA LEE Turrono R.F.D. 2: General Course: Friendship I-8: Library Assist 3-8: Office Assist. 7-8: Leaders' 5-8: Chorus I-4: "EN: Pin: Guard. Big hrou'n eyes and flowing hair, lllake this lass a lady fair. Dokornv VALASSIS R.F.D. 3. Lake Ave.: General Course. Dorothy, with curly hair, Loves to talk: when she starts-beware. -ilu-is .Im-IN E. VEs1'AL 715 Ninth St.: General Course: Hi-Y 3-8: Monitor 5-8: Frmtrnll 1-5: Basketball 2. Instead of 'winning 14's and B's .lark would rather be at ease. XVILMA MARIE VAYUA 134 Northrup St.: General Course: Macflowell Chorus 4-8. Small and shy and quite petite, And what she eoohs you ran artually eat. Pzftynine '40 -Q- FRANCES SUSAN THOME 348 Harvard Ave.: General Course: Elyria-m Staff 8. Beneath her exterior so brighd, Lurhs an artist's shining light. VALERIE 'TITE 320 Denison Ave.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Cabinet 7-8: Girls' Chorus 1: Glee Club 2: Jr. Choir 3-4: Sr. A Cappella Choir S-8: Players' Cluh 3-8: "Growing Pains": "Highness". A noted Thespian is she. She knows the art from A to Z. '40 --- RUTH LOUISE VANOSDALE 210 Bell Ave.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. Hieh l-2: Girls' Glce Cluh 1-4: jr. A Cappella S-6: Sr. A tfappeln 7-8: Players' Club S: Leaders' Group 8: Friendship 1-8: Camera Club 7. Your deep sophisticated charm, Will many a helpless lad disarm. MARLAN LUCILLE VARSEY E 202 Harwood St.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Mac- Dowell Chorus : Athletic UE". Blonde and tall and lots of fun She is always on the run. '40 ---- MARY ELLEN WACKER - 315 Eleventh St.: General Course: Amherst High School, Amherst, 0. 1-3: Leaders' Group 7, 8: Herald Stall 7: Friendship 5, 6: Sapientes 8: Monogram. detive, ready, full of life-athletir Sincere, esteemed, truly energetir. JAMES THoMsoN WALLACE 604 Dewey Ave.: General Course: jefferson Jr. High 1-2. Although he's Scotch, don't take him amiss- He's very generous in spite of this. .Vi 1940 fm K, 2,1 .L i a 2 new 2, 54 R 2 gm.. .gf .. V I ,:,A, : 3:5 .1. A , :Q-2 .3: ,,,: Q N Sixty j'oHN W. WALTON 1245 E. River St.: General Course: Band 1-5. .4 happy-go-lucky-carefree guy- Nou' these four years are hnally by. BETTY JEAN WELLS l44'Longfe!.low Ave.: General Course: Friendship 1-2, 5-8: Sapiemee 4: Leaders' Group 7. 8: MacDowell Chorus 1: Monogram: "E": Pin. Gay and' sprightly all the while, LEo XVARNER 364 Vulcan St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. In all art classes he reigned supreme- Drawing surely was his theme. EILEEN WEBBER 327 Winckles St.: General Course: Chorus 2-4: Glee Club 5. Fairest hair, bluest eyes Ever found beneath the skies. -l-EHS'40 - CLAYTON WESTCOTT R.D. 3: General Course: Jr. Hi-Y 4. Here we have a right good sport, Ready for pranks of any sort. Never forgetting always to smile. MARGARET AGNES WEHMAN 326 Fifth St.: Commercial Course: Leaders' Group 5-8: Friendship 1-8: Ofhce Assist. "EU: Pin: Guard. Very studious. we all know THOMAS EDWARD WETzEL 117 Charles Ct.: General Course: Track 2-69 Always here, seldom on time But he's a fellow, true and fine. Football 1-7. 7, 8: Athletic Monogram: Full of life and spirit, though. DOROTHY CLAIRE WHITE 671 E. River St.: General Course: Monogram. This bright-eyed senior is a sweet little lass, A willing worker in any Doius MARIE WILDENHEIN 219 Foster Ave.: General Course: MacD0well Chorus 6-8. Tall and dark and jolly To know her is no folly. HUGH M. WINCHELL R.D. 3: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1. 2. Although he is very modest and shy. Everyone knows him as a pearh of a guy. Sixtyone --EHS'40-l- BETTY WILLIS 247 Second St.: General Course: Chorus 1-5. Mary Elizabeth is too hard to say- elass. IV e eall her "Betty"-that's O. K. GERALDINE DONNA W1LMoT 250 Second St.: General Course: Friendship 1-8 gram: Music 1-4. Gerry's really very sweet And as a friend, she can't be beat. 5 Mono- --i--EHS'40- - MILLICENT ANNE WINSOR R.D. 2: General Course: Leaders' Group 1-8: Monogram: UE". Your fair locks are neatly dressed You're energetic: full of zest. 7, 8 : Friendship HELEN J. WOLF 115 Fremont St.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Friendship Club 1-2: MacDowell Chorus 1-2. lust her slow and quiet smile lllakes earh day seem more worthwhile. 1940 6 . 'W' Sixtyfico M ARY WooD 827 Middle Ave.: General Courseg Friendship 1-4: Sapientes 4-6: Monogram: Library Assistant 5-6. Most always you're merryg you never seem blue A supporter of Franklin D. Roosevelt. too. WILLIAM EBERHART WooDFILL 129 Gulf Rd.: General Courseg Lightweight Football 33 Monitor 7-8. We 'wonder why Bill history hates When he's so vrey fond of dates. LIARJORY IVIAE WOODFILL 129 Gulf Rd.: General Course: Friendship 1-69 Leaders' Group 7, 83 Monogram: "E". A pleasant fareila freindly way. Gay and vivacioas, night l--EHS MARIAN AGNES WCJRCESTER 123 Oak St.: Commercial Course: Friendship 3-4, 7-85 jefferson Jr. High 1-23 Maclluwell Choms 1-5. Her disposition is very su'eet And her figure is small and petite. MARGARET MAY WRIGHT 219 West Ave.: General Course. Very small, very artive. lf ery rlever, very attraetive. -EI-Is RITA ARLENE YIJNKER R.D. 2: Commercial Course: Friendship 1-8: Herald Staff 5: Macllowell Choms 1, 2: Girls' Glee Club 3. 4. She's small and blond, with lots of dash, But she'll never do anything very rash. MARY ELLEN YODER 229 Washington Ave.: General Course: Monroe High School l-6: Senior Friendship 7-8. Forever a smile. a hind u'orrl for all,- You're romely and grarious. not very tall. -i- I-:I-I s WILLIAM EDWARD LINDEN R.F.D. 3: General Course. A handsome lad as he ran be, Correet in studies. quite brotherly. ALVIN K. Sziswczvx R.F.D. Z: General Course. Here's a fine hoy for you A hard zvorher, pleasant, loyal and true. Sixtythree X -png, and day. . 3 l wo- JAMES EDWARD XVYSZYNSKI 264 Prospect St.3 Commercial Course: 3-75 Freshman Football lMgr.l 1, 2. This fellou' is a right-hand man, Willing to help you all he ran. Cafeteria Worker josI2III-IINIQ T. WVYKRENT 16 West Ave.: General Course: Friendship Chorus I. 2. Here 'we have a 'winsome belle Comely, radiant. friends will tell. 1-8 3 MacDowel1 '40 -- DELIZERT R. YoUNGLEss 374 Columbus St.g General Course. Pfith ll light heart and open mind- A nirer rhap you'll never find. JACK Russel. Yos'r 239 N. Olive St.g General Course: Jr. Hi-Y 1-43 Football Mgr. 1. 3, 5. .lael"s sense of humor ls more than just a rumor. '40 -1- SEYMOUR WEIL 712 Park Ave.5 General Course: Jr. Hi-Y 1-4: Sr. A Cap- pella 7-8: Tennis 6-8: Extempore 5-8. You think of fun both hrst and last. And in betfween your studies cast. JEANE L. WRIGHT ll Chestnut St.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Olhce Assstant 1, 2g Library Assistant 4-65 Girls Gee Club 1, 2: Leaders' Group 7, 8. Dark romplexioned and most petife. Sparkling eyes and daneing feet. CLASS PLA Y Sarateis llbioioiiag By GEORGE S. KAUFAIAN ana'EDN14 FERBER May 16, 17, 1940---High School Auditorium Director, MISS NINA BAKER C A S T Olga Brandt ............. ......,...... J oan Durkett Kendall Adams .......l.,,,,,,...... ,Mary Jean !l1rEIfresh Bernice Niemeyer ....... ....,.... P arrie-in Hake Frank ..,.,,,..,,,...,,,,,,..,...A .....,,..,.....,,.........,. R oben Phelps SUSZIH Paige ...........,,... l...,... R ita Yunker Terry Randall ........... ..........., I falerie Tite Mattie ..,.................,.....,...............el..,,............... Gene Reivhard Sam Hastings ............. ....,.. D avid Greene Mary Harper CBig lVIaryD .........,........ Jean Beavis jimmy Devereaux ........ .....,.,,.... G alen Rtlmser Mary Meculie CLittle Maryj ....l. Jeanne Knapp Fred Powell ................, ........ R obert J. CIHVR Madeleine Vauclain .,...,............,,............. Jllnry Wood Lou Milhauser ,... Burnell Schrnmm Judith Canfield ......... ,,.,..,.......,,,,,,... ZX 'eva Pfajf David Kingsley ......... ........... R obert Karp Ann Braddock ...,.,.,.. ........i L air ,lean Smith Keith Burgess ,,....... .,.,...,..... P rzul Irion Mrs. Orcutt ,,,....... .............. E dith Maze Ur. Randall ............ .......... J Ohn Nagy Kaye Hamilton ...... ........ R ufh I'anOi-dale Ellen Fenwick ............ ..................... L ila Tufford Pat DeVille ........,..... ......,.... M argaret Pfright Tony Gillette .,....... ....,..,. L ois Iilarie Bennett .lean Maitland ......... ...,.................. I one Geisel Larry Westcott .,.,.,.... ................., D avid Scott Bobby Mell'OSe ........ ..,.... 1 Vary Vance Hard Billy ,,,,,,,.,...,,,,,,..........., ......,.... R obert Babieh L0l1iSe Mitchell ...,........ ...,,,......... A Iberia String Adolph Gretzl .,......... ......... N elson Beller Only in the case of operettas have so many students had the opportunity to appear in a dra- matic production. This comedy in three acts depicts the adven- tures of the struggling debutantes of the theatre, the ingenues who move upon Broadway and the theatre each season in a solid group of attrac- tive, eager young women, ever so earnest and ever so brave. It tells how once in a long while the accidental, over-night success of one of their number encourages the others. The heroine of the play is Terry Randall, played by Valerie Tite. Her playwright friend, Keith Burgess, played by Paul Iriong a theatrical producer, Dave Kingsley, enacted by Bob Karp, who holds the "open sesame" to fameg and Terry's roommate lone Geisel as jean Maitland, who "goes Hollywood", are the other main char- acters in the unfolding of this interesting story of stage life. The play originally opened at the start of the 1936-37 season at the Music Box theatre in New York City Where it ran for the duration of the season. Since then it has been transformed into a moving picture. Sixtyfour SEIIIUII GIIMIMTTEES DISTINCTION DAY CLOTHES JEWELRY NOMINATING FOR H CLASS OFFICERS Girls-Jessie Henderson, rlmirnmn lgol, Stevenson, ,.l,,,i,-,,m,, .lean Izcavis Beth Maftha BFOCIIDCCZKI, I Mlflalll Paefh Tom Brickman D M I an-mlm Thelma Black Lolo Fell wma ertz Dick Terrell Norma .lean Rogers Shirley l-lull Mary Vance Hard Hoyt-Harris Nichols, rhairmnn Don Fobes Pete Henderson Galen Ramser Bob Sharkey ANNOUNCEMENT Alberta Stang jack Vestal ll im Frank FINANCE FOR ELYRIAN CUTS Georgia llirklinc, rlmirm Ruth Fridenstine Howard Hendricks Franlc jovial: jennayevomie ll'IcCaulley Neva Pfaff Sara Sigel Seymour VVeil COLOR Sixtyfve Leona Malanowski, Phil Baird George Hadaway Dave Huffman Gerry Rigo Helen Elemes 'I I CA PT I ON rhairman joan Duckett chairman Bill Leedale Lois Lersch Bob Karp Charles Ollllflalley CAP AND GOWN Leonard- Staysniak Phyllis Alexander' rhairmnn jean DeMaria Maxine Koepp , I , Vivian Martin Dave Greene, rhmrman , Donna Graham Paul Irion Cl ' N jean Tattersall anne oonan . S ks Rita Nleyer Jean par S , , Mary Ellen Yoder Betty Goldstein J Altf ld Sanford Burnstein can e Robert VV. Clark june Helling Clyde Haynes june Harr D .lk Q .k blary ,lean lVIcElfresh IL 'lubtavlc Roman Nagorka Al Page Earl Smith Lois Opper S Bob Phelps Dm-thee Powell Delbert Youngless Betty Lou Smith Gene Reichard john Nevins Georgia Sutton J' uniors Sixlywwn THESE STUDENTS ARE III JUNIOR IIUIIE RUIIMS ROOM 3l6--7ll'!ll'lll'I'. Miss EL'I,A Y0l'NG Rau' I Uvfl to riglzilglfraiiees XVllllRlllF- Rosemary VVeslowski, Gladys VVeibling, Virginia Wimsatt, Nlary VVickleman, Charlene VVillis. Rau' 2- lrene VVarner,-Ianet VVilliams, Ralph Wright, Ruth Wright, Mary VVolodzko, Dorothy NVyszynski. Rou' 3-jack VVendell, George Walker, lylarilyn XVebster, Robert Youngeberg, Stanley Wysorski, Bob VVhite. Rau' 4.-Alfred Zoltai, Howard VVood, Bill VVinson, VVarren VVilcox, james Waldron. Students in this room who are active in extra curricular activities are: Ruth VVright, janet VVilliams, Ralph VVright, Howard VVood, and William Winson. ROOM 2O8BT7if'll4'ht'f MR. A. N. SMITH Rau' I Ueft to righitj--Ruth Schmidkons, VVinifred Smith, Ida jean Sands, Helena Schareina. Rau' 2-Klarjorie Schultz, Irene Solet, lNIyra Schaefer, Dorothy Smith, Margaret Smith, jack Smith. Rau' 3-Irene Seres, Elizabeth Schneurer, Evelyn Shindle, Evelyn Smith, Hyme Shapero, Don Smith, Alvin Schweda. Rau' 4-Ivalyn Slusher, Rose Salada, Don Scltytster, john Sheldon, Hubert Smith, Oliver Shubert, Henry Schieferstein. Roivff-Bob Schroeder, jim Simpson, George Sederis, Dick Slack, Bill Singleton, joe Sabo. This room is proud of the musical skill of Oliver Shubert and the activities of Helen Schareina, the Hrst girl drum major in our school's history. ROOM zoo-Teaflm-, Miss F1.oss KLOPFENSTEIN Rau- I Ueft to rightj-Helen Kiehm, Ruth Letterly, Jennie Knepper, Mary Kershaw. Rou' 2-Keith Knerien, Edward Klimczak, joe Leonowich, Eleanor Klyop. Rau' 3-Russell Lauer, Olive Kowalewski. Josephine Kristoff, Stanley Kristoff. Rau' 4--Paul Krebs, jack Leber, Russell Letterly, Dorothy Klamut, Nlarguerite Kufner. Rau' 5-Lloyd Kinney, Edward Linden, Virgil Limpach, Floyd Krupka, Harry Koplin. Mary Ruth Kershaw played in the junior-Senior All-Star game. W, ,,,., Sixtyrighf Sixtyninr THESE STUDENTS ARE III JUNIOR IIIIIIE RUIIIIS ROOM 238--Trnrluv, Miss AI.IcIa Srornu Rau' I Clrf' ra riglzfl--Dolores Thompson, Jeanne Wagner, Janet Stevens, Dorothy Swancott. Rau' 2-lietty VonDuyke, Ernest Varga, Ethel Vargo, Pete Stantion, Alex Traicoff, Alice Tarty. Rau' 3-Nlary Stolz, Jean Sugaski. Lulu Valassis, lklary Tomco, Julia Sullivan. Nlarian Spencer, Arthur Stringer. Rau- 4.-Ruth Vaughn, Faith Starkey, Marcia Steele, Jean Spore, Beverly VanKeuren, LaVere Sperry, Edward Triesky. Rau' 5-Lloyd Sugaski, James Tsarones, Clarence Standen, George Tulk, Eugene Szabo, Julius Toth, Robert Tracey. Jeanne Wagner is Vice President of the Student Cabinet. ROOM SIS-7'l'l1l'hf'f, MR. CARI. SMITH Rau' I Cleft to rightl-Rose Nlary Kastler, Nliriam' Kaplan, Barbara Huebner, Florence Joy. Rau' 2-Quintella Hopewell, Helen Louise Hull, Edith Kelley, Darrell Johnson, Claudia Jones. Rau' 3-Evelyn Justine, Florence Joy, Mary Humphrey, Jim Hurlbut, Doris Ives. Rau' 4-Harold Horace, Alma Keith, Eugene Justin, John Howard, Bob Jabbusch. Rau' 5-Dudley Horning, Clare Hurd, Edward Kershaw, Nlick Kapcar, Robert Hoy. Students of Room 315 pride themselves on the various biological collections exhibited there. ROOM JCXJ--7'l'!ll'hf'fa Miss M. PAI1MIz1.EE Rau' I Qleft to righ'tJ-YVendla Resar, Jean Ross, Betty Lou Rowe, Angeline Ristas. Rau- 2-lylarian Roberts, lylargaret Reed, Helen Rone, Barbara Ranker, Pat Rogers. Rau' 3-Ed Reddinger, Elizabeth Robson, Clara Racz, Ernest Ross. Rau' 4-Robert Rader, Russell Rowley, Pete Robertson, VVarren Ries, Paul Polgar. Rau' 5-Giles Ray, Jack Reinhardt, Theodore Prunner, Christo Ristas, Dick Reinhardt. Jack Reinhardt has had the distinction of speaking over the Cleveland radio stations several times. ROOM 3l7--'I'4'1l1'llf'!', Miss I.oIs I.I1"rI.E'roN Rau' I Cleft fa righll-Elaine Pallardy, Hazel Olmstead, Bob Nickoli, Zigmund Niegowski. Rau' 2-Dorothy Peters, Hartley Patterson, Margaret Upper, Doris Pelton. Rau' 3-Dan Ostrov, Lois Phelps, Kathryn Patton, Pete Peterman, Bert Pitkin. Ra-14' 4-Helen Perkoski, Bob Oldfield, Christine Phillips, Emil Palik, Karl Osborne. Rau' 5-Margaret Peugh, Alex Petrus, Doris Nichols, Antoinette Paonessa, Eugene Perenslcy. A small statue of Ferdinand the Bulk is noticed by all who enter 317. Swvrzzty Sewrztymze THESE STUDENTS ARE III JUNIIDR IIDIIE RO0MS ROOM 235-'l'mflm-, MR. E. G. Baxrmz Ron' I Cleft fo riglrtl-lieefe Brassell, Fred Ackerman, lylilan Bendick, Harold Bramwell, jack Barnard, Bob Botamer. Ron' 2-Phyllis Beckwith, Eileen Barlag, Dorothy Bagnell. Dan Bischoff, J. C. Bohannon, Barbara Aungst. Ron' 3-I Dorothy Babcock, Mildred Boepple, Gloria Borie, Rose Mary Barlow, Dorothy Bell, Eleanor Arndt, Jessie Boreski. Ro-zc 4.-Albert Bower, foe Bakos, Curtis Atkinson, Nicky Barbaresso, Ellsworth Adams, john Birch, Dick Armstrong. Ron' S--Ted Almas, Gordon Baker, Frank Bender, jack Billings. Bob Bartlome. Bob Bartholomew, Bill Bell, Don Boyd. Barbara Aungst is P. T. A. representative. D ROOM 236A-1'l'1l1'lIf'I', Miss LuEI.I.A EISENMANN Rau' I Cleft to right?-Elizabeth Dany, Nola Crossmier, VVanda Dudek, Mfartha Cremeans. Rau' 2-LC0ll2ll'd Deutsch, Frank DeMaria, Eldon Ehrlich, Helen Engler, Betty Eucher, Angela DelVIarco. Ron' 3-Pat Dewhurst, Noel Duckett, Ted Dowdell, Bertha Doman, Tom Davis, Carolyn Davies. Row 4-Ruth Eady, Phil Easly, jack Elton, Louise Dutch, Lois Dellefield, Emily Davis. Ron- 5--Ernie Curcillo. Glenn Crawford, jack Dunn, Jack Esker, .lohn Emary, Tom Dunlap, Ann Donahue. jack Elton manages a band. lack Esker woII Prince of Peace contest in Elyria. ROOM lO3L7il'llt',Il'f, Miss AnEI.E Bkowx Rem' I Cleft to rightl-jane Brown, Georgette Collins, Ed Clark, Ruth Christman, Rau' 2-Genevieve Comerford, Bob Buswell, Helen Bristol, Helen Cogart, Nathan Brenner, Phyllis Clapp. Row 3-Joan Cheetham, Eileen Campbell, Don Carson, Shirley Christman, Carol Burgan, Gordon Collier. Rou' 4-Adelbert Cazeau, Leonard Brickman, Halden Buckingham, Bill Burrows. Rau' 5-jack Brouse, Francis Clay, Bob Cooley, Chuck Carter, Bunny Brown. Sz'-zw'11tyl1Uo THESE STUDENTS ARE IN JUN-IOR IIIIIIE RDBMS ROOM 2l.l,-1'8Ill'hl'l', Ma. W. E. Gkeooav Rau' I fleft la rightj-john Hines, Stewart Hawthorne, Katherine Highgate, Charles Haney. Rau' 2-Aileen Heskett, Kathryn Haag, Marian Gruse, Arch Hall, Lauretta Green, Mildred Hjerpe. Rau' 3-Herbert Heath, YVally Harpster, Gerry Hange, Norma Hardaker, Virginia Hobill. Raw 4- Preston Hopewell, Jean Halpin, Arthur Hall, Betty Hengesbaugh, Lucille Hinderer, Marian Grohe. Rau' 5-Norman Heritage, Max Haldeman, Philip Hofman, Sidney Gross, Harlan Handyside, Betty Hall, Myrtle Heath. Lucille Hinderer is the P. T. A. home room representative. ROOM 310--Tmrlzer, Miss GLADYS lfoweu. Rau' I Cleft ta right?-Treva Feron, .lean Filler, Mary Gerhartinger, Fern Gaines. Rau' 2-Helen Gerhardinger, Dorothy Fell, Helen Goodspeed, Emily Gawura, Louise Goldenberg, Alice Gilbert, Howard Goodrich. Rau' 3- Marilyn Feeley, Virginia Goodman, Myrna Gleason, Elaine Evans, Geraldine Foreman, Dorothy Figler, Elizabeth Gonda. Rau' 4-Bob Foster, Kenneth Fowl, Don Gibbens, Malcolm Fowl, Dave Evans, Sid Gardner, jack Ferguson. Rau' 5-Robert Glover, Bill Gillespie, Howard Gleisner, Roy Gardner, Wayne Farmer, jack Finegan, XVayne Garland, Bernard Faulhaber. Since this room is near the Franklin School Building the students are interested in the small boy scraps on the playground especially during the annual paper sale. Myrna Gleason is the P. T. A. home room representative and captain of the - junior All-Star Basketball Team. ROOM 2l l-YYEIICIIFF, MR. E. R. Lrzwr Rau' I fleft la rightl--julia lVIichowka, Helen Mihalski, Ruth Ellen lWacDonald, Mary jean lliason. Rau' 2-Nancy Neil, Phoebe Nevins, Blanche Linsky, Lucille Marsico, Virginia lVIcLaughlin. Rau' 3-Norman Myers, Harold llliller, Dick lylauer, Helen McGregor, Frank Minnich. Rau' 4-Clarence Mudge, Clayton McBeth, Don Marsh, Glen Moon, john -Bill Miko, Bill Minch, Dick Meckley, Philip Martin. N Malick, Earl McCullough. Rau' 5 Hubert Meredith, Wayne Meinke, This room prides itself upon being high in scholarship, attendance, and the Community Chest campaign. V XVayne Meinke is the P. T. A. home room representative. Serwnlytlzrm' Sophomores 4- Q N Srwn lyfiw THESE STUDENTS ARE III SUPHUMDRE IIUIIE RDBMS ROOM 230-Tmrlm-. Miss IXIARY liIEl.l,Y Ron' 1 Cleft to righll-Louise llIcCullough, Alyce lWacDonald, Bettie Nlaynard, Ruby lilartin. Shirley Nlcfiowan. Cletus Limpach. Rota' 2-Bernice Leaman, Mildred Lottman, Grayce lklcliitrick, ,lean lN'lacKenzie, Fanny NIHCOII, Annie Lewis, Harriet Mason, Claire Lugas. Rom' 3-,Iessie Meldrum, Chester Mason, Gay Marsh, Warren Lauer, joe Lowery, james Leamon. Rau' 4-Russell McKenzie, YVilliam Lash, VVilliam lllaclllullen, Chester lllayda, Ray llIcNeal Richard Lumley, Albert Lacrosse, Alvin Lounsbrough. Rott' 5--VVarren lllasoit- Dean blaze, Bernard lklalanowski, Norman Limovitz, Chester lklalanowski, Wolfgang Ligotke, Gerald Laver, Lawrence lllasseling, Herman Leppien. Clay llilarsh is the P. T. A. representative. ROOM 232-'7'l"ll'lH'l', Mn. F. A, Efwow Rota' I Ueft In rightl--Dorothy Cook, Nancy Crisp, Carol Coughlin, Elizabeth Dorcsinecz. Rau' 2-Stanley Dobrowski, Bernice Damm. june Dilgren Agnes Davis. Rrm' 3-Rose Ellen Dowdell, Francis Corkill, Ruth Dougherty Pauline Drake, Bill Decker, lllarjorie Comstock. Rott' 4--VValter Crandall Richard Day, Ambrose Cook, Dick Coughlin, jack Daly, Jean Craine, George Cook. Rota' 5-Leonard Dbrow, Donald Cook, Morris Dachner, Bob Cromling, Charles Conrad, ,Ioan Crooks, Joyce Crooks, Lester Croft. ROOM l33'7'l'1ll'lIlff, MR. ALLYN Rose Rn-zc' I Cleft to rightj-Sophie Skok, Grayce Sharrer, Dorothy Smith. Jacqueline Scott. Ron' 2-lVlarie Schweda, Virginia Sipple, Lillian Shinder, Betty Schrader, Susan Sklenar, Ed. Sittinger, Ruth Schneider. Ron' 3-Sam Rotunda, Bob Ruhl, Virginia Smith, Nick Sedar, Rosemary Smith, Jean Schwertn Rota' 4-Karl Scharein, Ed. Smallwood, Bob Shepherd, Raymond Smith, Dan Smith, Nlary Smithoski, Vivian Smith. Rott' 5-Ralph Ruth ,lim Ryan, james Scarbrough, Frank Sadowski, David Smith. Bob Smith VVilliam Schmittgen. Virginia Sippel has been a 4-H Club member six years. She received lst year 4th year, and 6th year pin. She is the home room's P. T. A. representative v 82116111 yxix S ewntysr-van THESE STUDENTS ARE IN SUPIIIIMDRE IIUIIE IIIIIJMS ROOM 233-Teal-her, Mn. RALPH Wooo Rau' I. left to right-Sidney VVasserman. lVIary Agnes Welsh, Rachel Winsor, Marjorie Young. Rau' 2-LaVaughn Wood, Frances Webster, Norma Woodcock, lllargaret White. Freda Wiles, Theodora Wykrent. Rau' 3-Earl Youngeberg flight shirtl, Josephine Wojtowicz, Harland Wilcox, Barbara Woodruff, Virginia Zander, ,lack Weber. Rau' 4-H3Y0ld Weisman fplaid shirfl, joe Wargo, Frank Weigl, Darrell Ward, Junior Waltz, Richard Yoo. Rau' 5-George Wooley, Robert Wharton, Earl Zander. Rudy Wisniewski, Lewis Whitacre, Harold Wolfe, Bill Worcester, John VVinson. ROOM 213-TPHFIIPT, Miz. LEE LYMAN Rau' l, left to right. fseatedl-June Ross, Barbara Prindle, Helen Podroski, ,lean Randles. Raw 2-Bob Pomeroy, Iune Roig, Shirley Palmer, Margaret Roberts, Gerry Ready, Helen Pawlikowski. Raw 3--Darrell Root, Oswald Paulson, Mildred Oswald, Loretta Okuley, Jerrine Payne, Ted Pileski. Raw 4-Richard Porter, Ralph Richards, Lester Page, Wesley Rankin, Winifred Quick. Emily Paeth. Rau' 5-jim Powell, Don Renz, Tom Redington, Bob Phillips, Wm. Papay, Sam Polen, Geo. Prohaska, Louis Pitts. This room prides itself upon the fact it had the highest percentage in the school for the Community Chest drive and has never been excelled by any of the other rooms in th ewhole school. Also highest in Crippled Children fund. june Ross is Home Room Representative for P. T. A. ROOM 231-Tfdfllff, Mas. AGNES FAY Rau' l, left to right. Csmiedl-Arline Eckenroad, Harriett Folley, Beatrice Ensign, Hazel Eager. Rau' 2-Steve Elik, Mary Foster, Wesley Fackler, Ivan Fiedler. Robert Emary. Rau' 3-Arline Ernst, Betty Lou Flood, Betty Fell, Bob Flynn, Josephine Flood, Dorothy Eddington, Laura Fridenstine. Rau' 4--Ann Elsten, Eileen Foreman. Hilda Erber, Lila Fell, LaVonne Freeland, Marie Everett, jane Eschtruth. Raw 5-George Engle, Marvin Evenchik, Gerald Finegan, Robt. Fortman, Wm. Elemes, Elmer Ehlers, William Dyer, Richard Ferriman. These students contributed IOOW to the Community Chest! fund and rated among the three highest contributing rooms in the Easter Seal sale. Marie Everett was captain of the Sophomore All-Stars and Hilda Erber and Laura Fridenstine were members of the team. Anne Elsten is P. T. A. representative. ROOM 303-Teacher, Miss DoRo'rHY joNEs Rau' I, left to right-Dorothy Hogan, Phyllis Hunker, Maryon Hobill, Dorothy Hicks. Rau' 2-.lane Hummrich, Vivian Hudson, Mary janowicz, Dora Hopkins. Rau' 3-Pete Horvath, Patricia Hogan, Doris Hopkins, Constance Hoag. Rau' 4--Dick Hague, George Hoke, Marjorie Hoy, Dorothy Herman, Neal Jensen. Rau' 5-Wm. Ignatzi, Iohn Hofmann, Floyd Heskitt, Donald Hurst, Wm. Hull, jack Horning. Bulletin boards and display shelves show amusing or amazing things: Indian pottery one day, newly designed packages for baby food, the next. John Hof- mann won the top prize for sophomore boys in the American Legion Essay contest. He is also one of the few sophs in the Senior Choir. Sr"Uz'11tyf'igl1t Sf'1'1'u tynine THESE STUDENTS ARE III SUPIIUIIURE IIIIIIE RDBMS ROOM l0.1.i'Ill'Ill'h1'I', MR. HARo1.n NVILSOK Rrm' l Cleft In riyhtl--Phyllis VVagner, Roberta Tonry, hlargaret Trimmel Lois Taylor. Ron' 2-H ll V , N e tn arner, i Iargaret Traczek, Doris Urpschott, Viola Vonlluvlce Ruth Unger Gilbert Thomm R l , , 1 , ison. ou' 3--I'ames Terrell, N . ,. -. I , 5 I . i eil l aylor, ltleanor l'omsky, Patsy Vogler, Y vonne NVallcer, Donald Thorlev Ron' 4-joe Vass, Russell Vietzen, Ross VanArsdale, Vivian Smith lohn Tracey, Tony Trupo. Rofzc' 5-Alfred Vanderson, Edward Urig, Fred l utthill, lfarl lelzerow, Martin Turon, Tom Terry. Regina Vietzen. This room prides itself on good attendance. ROOM 3:8-Twu-lufr, MR. S. C. SMITH Rmc I Clefl rn rightl--Gladys Stang, Ruth Stevens, .lean Styles, lieryl Stevenson. Rrm' 2-Art Supers, Adeline Tarnowski. Leola Snyder, George Surdach George Taylor. Ron' 3-Claire Sprague, Olga Sionkoly, Helen Soules, ,lacqueline Stich, Irene Sumegi, Ruth Szakacs. Ron' 4.-Patricia Standen T john Suetta, Donna Swiers, Tom Striekler, Paul Stanko. Rou' 5-Mariaii Sylte, Don Swiers, ,lack Stanford, Sidney Sprague, Bert Stoddard, VValter Szlempa. This room had IOOIA' contribution to Community Chest, ranks high in scholar- ship. l ROOM 304,-Tmrlzer, Miss B. Pl,oeHER Ron' I Urft rn righfl-Lois Meckler, Claire hlarie hloon, Amelia hleeeha, Carol Neuhiser. Rove 2--RTITICC' Mertz, VVilliam Z. Myers, Frank Niegowski, lfrank lylontagnese. Ron' 3-llargaret Miller, Theresa Niegowski, Nlargaret Matyas, Rita Minnich. Rau' 4-Sylvia Namy, john Moise, Paula Miller Genevieve Mineh. Ron' 5-VVilliam E. lwyers, George Nicholas, James Mineh, Richard Meinke, Roger Minnieh. ROOM 207-'l'mi-llrr, Miss B. Hluuekc Rau' I flrfl to rightj-.lean Graham, .lean Goetz, Lois Hancock, Lila Hamlin. Ron' 2-Dorothy Friesehkorn, lylary Agnes Hall, Barbara Haag. Ron' 3- lfsther Hamula, Shirley Green, hlildred Greene. Rau' 4--Eleanor Helling, Alfred Helyes, Charles Given, james Gotro. Rau' 5'-Harold Gottlieb, Carl Graham, Allan Fritzsche. Roland Harvey, Ed. Gutowski. Freshmen Eighty lfiglllyom' THESE STUDENTS ARE III FRESIIIIMI IIIIIIE RDBMS ROOM 22Ii7ll'lll'hl'f, MR. A. T. SMITH Rota' I Cleft to righll-Jack Ruth, Genevieve Ruka, Geraldine Shapko, xV3lf0l1 Rosena1I. Rau' 2-lklary Rc-sar, lvlary Ristas, lvlarjorie Revercomb, Vivian Root. Ron' 3-Harold Rose, Gloria Rhodes, Lois Robertson, Nancy Robertson. Donnis Ryan. Rem' 4.-Edmond RoIIrke, Ruth Robertson, Marian Revercomb, Kathleen Rhoads, Nick Rodin. Rota' 5-joe Salata, Clare Robinson, joe Reising, VValter Rothgery, Bill Renninger. ROOM 208A-7'l'Il1'lIl'I', Mlss IDA CoI-'FLANIJ Rau' I Ueft to righij-VVilda Chapman, Dorothy Bruce, Florence Brown, Virginia Carter. Rau' 2-Lillian Chessler, cT0l'd0ll Carlson, hlarguerite CaInpbell, -Iuanita Brown. Ron' 3-Catherine Casey, Dick Burton, lllalinda Carter, joan Brown, Robert Castor, Tom Chapman. Rau' 4,-Evelyn Burr, Ardith Caywood, Bob Brown, janet Buswell, Nancy Callaghan, Charles Brown. Ron' 5-Pauline Chizmar, Bob Ccbula, Ann Cheney, Geo. Brunner, Frank Buck, Bernell Brown, Marie Castle, Jack Chismar. This l'00lll was second in the membership drive for Ohio Pupils' Reading Circle. Ann Cheney won the 2nd prize for girls in the American Legion Essay Con- test. jack Chismar is the P. T. A. representative and Ann Cheney and joan Brown have each had aII average grade of A. ROOM 109-1'f"lll'hI'7', RIISS MARY K. RQINK Rota' I Ueft to rightj-Eunice lvlalanowski, Anne McClellaII, Violet Leber, Ann MeVVilliams. Rau' 2-lvlaynard Marqtiis, james Lumadue. Rue Nlclntyre, Steve Leko. Ron' 3-Stanley Lesesky, Helen Lesesky, john Linville, David Lindell. Rau' 4-Tom McGuire, Stanley Malik, Harry Mahilo, Nlack Looper. Rau' 5-John lwahilo, Victor Lother, Sam lklarsico, lfdward lYIacFarland, Alall Lylld0H. Eiglztytzro Eighlylllrec THESE STUDENTS IRE Il FRESHIIMI IIUIE RIIIIMS ROOM 3:2-Tmrliw-, Mk. RALPH BAUER Rm-' I llrft to riglrfl -Anna Bartus, Donna Birmingham, Robert Birckline. Patricia Bauville. Ro-za' 2--Dorothy Bladusky. Lucille Brightbill. Beverly Abran'osl-'a, Ruth Beaumont, Betty jane Adams, hlary Ruth Acker. Ron' 3- fierald Barnes. Catherine Beck, Solomon Babich, Lois Brink, jean Bogart. Marv Louise Blaine, Royden Benford. Virginia Bachman. Rau' 4,-Norman Beckloff, john Audrzejczk, Bill Cerlan, .lames Arnold, Dick Brooker, Harry Bates, Dorothy Averbrook- George Archibald. Ron' 5-David Biro, Arthur Barnes, Dick Bright, Vernon Archer, Eugene Bottomley, Rita Bach, john Bowser, Frank Adams. Ruth Beaumont serves the P. 'l'. A. in this room. ROOM 234-'I'nu'lu'r, Mas. Bi..-xxcms Lxkia Ron' I fir-ft to righll-Ruth Koepp, Ruth Keller, Eleanor Kelly, Mary Kelly. Row 2-Elizabeth Kochis, Helen Kozel, Katherine lliovanazzo, Anne Kasik, Ciordon Kuss, ,lean Klein. Ro-za' 3-Bill Kennawell. Lawrence Kuhl, Phil Kaiser, Olga Kaczay, Margaret Kubuske, Helen Kucharek, Bettv Kipf. Rowe 4-Dominic jiovanazzo, .lim Johnson, Mary ,lo Keyes, Jack Knowles, Louie Kaplan, Andrew Jurczyinski, Cecelia Kozel. Rau' 5-John Kacznarczyk, Bob Koske, Richard Kunitz, Robert Kirk, Eugene Klinect, Robert Kostyo, -lack Kaiser. The bulletin board in 234. which is kept up to date, helps the students study current events. ROOM zoo-f-Tmrlzer, MR. L1.oYo HENNINGS Rrm' I Uvft to rightl-Lucille lNIoore, Agnes Miller, Rosemary Novak, Gidell Nichols. Rau- 2-Hattie lylorse, Don Novak, joan O'Donnell, Joyce Myers, Lucille Noster, Florence Nagy. Rau' 3-Margaret Mihalcilc, Beverly lylohrman. lVIaynard Oates, Peggy O'Malley, Marilyn Norman, Helen Nagorka. Ron' 4-Beth Nichols, John Mergard, Everett Minkler, Harold Norris, Allen Muffly, Janis Noveske. Rau' 5-Clinton Mvers, George Morris, Ned Namy, Marjorie Mudge, Harry Mustin, George Mychenburg. Instead of the customary one teacher's desk this Home Room boasts of two desks, one for Miss Lewis and the other for Mr. Hennings. Eiglltyfnur I'figlIf5'fi1It' THESE STUDENTS MTE IN FRESIIIIMI IIIIIIE RIIUMS ROOM 2lO---7'F!l4',If'l', MR. gl. C. LINv1I.I,I2 Rau' I ilfqfr ta right!-Shirley joswig, .lim Kaiser, Gregory Koske, lylary Klyop. Rau' 2lB2ll'hZll'3 Klekotta, Barbara Krieg, Dorothy Kief, Carl Koepp, Raymond Kastler. Raza' 3-Yvonne Lamoreaux, Doris Leatherman, Irene Ketchum, Katherine Kubuske, Robert Klein. Rau' 4-Herbert King. Ernestive Keith, Rhona Kirkpatrick, Robert Karnes, Nial Keech. Rau' 5-hlary Lapp, llflargaret justin, Arthur Kehnert, Chester Kowalski. Ray Lawson, Victor Krusinski. Since this is a science class room, one notices five birds' nests and a grapefruit tree donated by Nlrs. E. G. Baxter. ROOM 223-7'l'1ll'lll'I', MR. ,l. IJ. FUNK Rau' I Cleft ta righrl-Lewis Green, Alfred Gross, Roderick Hines. Lucille Halitzka. Rau' 2-,TCPIII Gray, Agnes Herman, Thelma Goldenberg, Clifford Hist. Klarian Goodman. Rau' 3-joe Grace, Gilbert Henke- Virginia Goodrich, Nlarie Hazel Heath, Dorothy Hamilton, Delores Haas. Rau' 4- Thelma Gordon, Bob Hearne, Eleanor Hamilton, llflary Ann Hobert, Magdeline Gouda. Rau' 5-Harold Grills, Walter Gregorzcik, Dick Hadaway, Arthur Hadaway. Stanley Green, Edward Greer, Robert Haag. Marion Goodman, a member of the All-Star Basketball team figured in the rescue of ten year old james Provoznik from a deep hole in the west branch of Black River. Nlarian swam to the struggling boy and brought him back about 25 feet to shore. Thelma Goldeuberg won third Grade 9 Prize in the American Legion Essay Contest. ROOM 236B17'l'1ll'lIl'f, MR. I"HII.u' HoIfMANN Rau' I Cleft to righll-,Iacquelin jones, Philip Holliday, Mary Ann Humphrey, Ledora RI. Johnstone. Rau' 2-Zoltan Ignatz, Ivan C. Johnson, Keith Ingwer, Elmer L. slaycox, Rau' 3-Douglas Jackson, Donald Housman, june Hoy, lllary L. Imre, Ruth NI. Irion, Mary Hopewell. Rau' 4-Bob jones, jack Hultz, Elizabeth jenkins. Virginia Hurst, Carol Hull, Richard Horace. Rau' 5-Frank lanowicz, Frank Ignatz, VVanda Hull, Willie Howe, Richard Jordan, Rollin Hobill. The students have ranked high in scholarship room rating. ROOM IO7-7'l'll1t,1l'l', Miss Mem. FRYE Rau' I flvft to righlj-Doris Gilbert, Patricia Fowl, lVIary Gallam, Elsie Fazekas. Rau' 2-George Fitzpatrick, Edgar Gates, Ted Gmser, Herman Dumke. Rau' 3-Dorothy Gibson, Betty Garford, Florence Gembka. Viola Gembka, Harold Fridenstine. Rau' 4.-Tom Elliot, Richard Gardner, Rosie Lee Francis, .lack lfaulhaber, jack Elbert. Rou' 5-Carle Gamble, VVilber Edwards, Katherine Glass, Edward Ehrman, Theodore Fujka, Claraxnae Gatens. The bulletin board in room 107 bristles with material relative to typing. I-fig llf41'Xi,X' THESE STUDENTS ARE III FRESIIIIMI IIIIIIE RIIOMS ROOM 237-'I'wu'Im-. MR. CIARE Snonr Rrm' I Ueft In rightl-Grace Npveske, Angeline Orr, lylary L. O'Brie:1, Rose Rahrig. Rfm' 2--Cecil PostIf"Helen Plas, Dale Race, Rudy Pinter, jack Powell. Roar' 3-Shirley Ann Rheinhardt, VVendell Ratcil, Betty Polvoorde, Elizabeth Polacsek, john Polgar, Leonard Noster. Rau' 4-Robert Paty, Edward Pahl, Dominic Patania, Glen Pelter, john Pawinski, Harry Phillips, jane Orlowski. Rau' 5-Sterling Ray, Bob Pitts, Richard Raidl, Francis Obringer, Robert Olsen, hlelvin Pasenow, joe Pogan, Russell Pasenow. ROOM I..B.S.--Tmrlufr, Miss ELIZABETH Bnowu Rau' I Cleft fo rightj-Betty Beck, Bette Blinzley, john Bowdler, joanne Blinzley, Rose Bornino. Ron' 2-jack Benford, Nancy Ball, Barbara Bescher, Nlarion Berron, Lois lliae Bradley, joan Boylan, Edward Bosmeny. Rau' 3- Mike Brlas. Louise Brightbill, Donald Barres, Natalie Boylan. Betty jo Braddon, ltlary Board, Harry Bogart. Rau' 4-LeRoy Axx, Earl Baird, Dorothy Brecknock. Eugenie Badger, john Brehm, john Abahaze, Ted Alten, Louis Baraski. Rau' 5-Robert Baird, Robert Adams, Dick Birmingham, Leon Altfeld, VVarren Baedt, Hubert Bacher, Donald Benson, james Ball. Betty Blinzley is the P. T. A. representative. This room won first place in the Reading Circle Nlembership Drive. ROOM 132-'Ill'1Il'lll'I', MR. j'. P. TAv1,on Rrm' I Cleft In righrj-Doris Thomas, Beatrice Street, Irma Taryan, Ruth Syfers. Rove ZZBIHYTHIT Beitch, Lloyd VanBoven, Ted Valassis, Paul Urbansok. Ro-zz' 3-Virginia Vaughn, Carol Traxler, Eloise Varsey, Irene Ujalki, Gordon Taylor, Norbert Supers. Rau' 4--Steve Traicoff, Ed Talarek, Robert Stephens, VVilliain Sylte, Diary Triesky. Rau' 5-Ed Tomsky, Richard Thompson, Charles Taylor, VVayne Tucker, Angelo Tsarones, Ralph Turnes, Richard Taylor. ROOM 30.1,--7vl'!l1'lll'I'. Miss liARnAR,x Procueiz Ron' I Urft to riyhfj-Lois Bleckler, Claire Klarie lwoon, Amelia Nleecha, Carole Neubiser. Ron' 2-Grace lklertz, YVilliam Z. Myers, Frank Neigowski, Frank Rlontagnese. Ron' 3--lvlargaret lkliller, Theresa Neigowski, Margaret lklatyas, Rita Minnick. Rau' 4--Sylvia Namy, john lvloise, Paula Miller, Genevieve lNIinch. Rau' 5-William E. Myers, George Nicholas, james lNIinch, Richard lkleinke, Roger ll-Iiimich. Lois Meckler is the P. T. A. representative. lfigllty.vew'r1 Ijiglzlycfiglzt Eiglllynimf THESE STUDENTS ARE IN FRESIIIIMI I'l0lIE RDBMS ROOM L.B,N.-'l'erzrher, Miss lN'I,fnxE1. Vocax Rau' I Urfl la righfl-Alfred Zoltai, Virginia Zaleski, Beverly VValler, Rosemary Yucka. Rau' 2-Betty VVeibling. Donna Yost, john Wickelman, Richard Zolar, Frank VVest, Leonard VVysogorski, Freeman Woodson. Rau' 3- Rozellen VVhitman, Evelyn Wright, Eleanor VVilshere, Ruth VVoelfer, Shirley Yoo, lllathilda Zimmerman, VVillia MaeVVhitworth. Rau' 4-Charlotte xvvlllffl. Charles Wilfred, Mary Clare Verbeck, Bob Wilson. Ward Young, Ray Varney, Velma Weber, jack VVamsley. Rau' 5-Meryl VVeitzel, Bill VVentz, Helen Yarbough, Charles VVickard, Willard Weitzel, Jack VVilfred. Dick YVagner, Jim Wheeler. Robert lVilson is P. T. A. representative. ROOM ljl-TFIll',lEI', Miss MABE1. EUBANKS Rau' I Cleft to right,-Bob Cox, Horace Danner, Martha Christie, Edmund Diedeick. Rau' 2-Jeanne Dilgren, Ralph Cox, Rose DeMarco, Phyllis Choate, Melvin Cruce, Ruth Comstock. Rau' 3-Sam Coleman. -llacqueline Delp, Alveretta Demos, Wanda Clark. Rau' 4-Ray Diewald, Ethel Dellisanti, Marjory Cochrane, Harriett Cohen, Lucy Curcillo, Mary Jean Drusendahl, Mary Curtis. Rau' 5-lired Diederick, Joe Dempsey, Lester Christman, Casey Dellisanti, Lois Cornell, Elizabeth Conrad, Bob Dellefield. Martha Christie is P. T. A. representative. ROOM SO7-7ll'IJl'll!'I', Miss MAY SPEER Rau' I Cleft ta rightj-Elizabeth Seres, jean Smith, Betty Schnur, .Ioanne T Smith. Rau' 2-TOII1 VV. Smith, Thelma Schroeter, Nina Showring, Alice Smith, Lucille Sieminski. Rau' 3-Valaria Simmon, Alanis Smith, Bob Smith, Dick Stein, Virginia Simms, Marjorie Schnarr, Tom C. Smith. Rau' 4- Steve Solet, Lyle Smith, Bob Smith, Charles Slucher, Bob Shryock, Dolora Shiley. Rau' 5--Charles Sebastian, Leonard Smith, Don Sprague, Bob Serfass, Lowell Shipley, Chester Sobotka. , his room prides itself upon holding the attendance banner for the month of February. 'N J? iffy? V' 5' ya-,ffl wm- ,iff fi?-Ja' 44? .Yi11f'lylzz'u Ni111'fytllrr'1' IIUUN MUVIE WDRKERS Run' I Hoff lu rigllll'-lfsthm-1' Hamula, .la-:ua Styles. Ron' 2-Dick Pnrtvr. -luhn Mcrgard, ,lack Stzmforrl. Ro-14' 3-Chzwlos Give-11, Leonard lirickmzm, Harry Klustin. Rau' 4fChL'Sl'l'l' :xIZll2lll0XYSki, -lim l"rz1nlL, Al Page, Frank Rowley. ELYR-IMI STAFF Ron' I Hrft to righlD-,Ioan Brown. Rosa' Mary Barlow, Betty Kipf. Ro-za' 2- flaire Nonnzm, lfranccs 'fhonu-, Nliss lfaiwards, Klary fcan Nlclflfrcsh. Rau' 3- Hnrry Koplin, Bob Koskc, Paul Irion, john String. PRDJEGTIUNISTS' GLIIB Ru-za' I flvfl In righfj-Don Kfzirsh. Augustus SllYIll', Daw Green. Ro-zz' 2-Bob Koskc, Bob Karp, Roman Nagorka. jllbf-1'f.Ull1 AVil!l'fjVfi7'1' PLAYERS' GLUB Rm: I Clrft to right!-Louise Goldenberg, Gene Reichard, lklaxine Koepp, Valerie 'l'ite, Lois .lean Smith. Ron' 2--Helene Cohen, Katherine Highgate, Alice Tarry, Mary Stolz, Ruth Van0sdale. Rau' 3-Nelson Beller, Ida .lean Sands, Eleanor Arndt, jean Altfeld, Lillian Johnston. Ro-za' 4,-Richard Hines, Bob Oldfield, Phil Coe. Alberta Stang, Lois llarie Bennett. Rau' 5-XVilliam VVinson, Bud Sugaski, john Nagy, Bob Karp, Bob Clark, Jack Reinhardt, Paul Irion, Jim Reinhardt, Harry Koplin. EXTEIAP SQUAD Ron' 1 Cleft to riyhlj--Ruth Schneider, Betty Goldstein. Rofzc' 2-Alice Tarry Agnes Davis, VValter Niegowski, Barbara Chandler, lNIary jean McElfresh Rota' 3-Harry Koplin, Klarion Lindberg, Paul Irion, Bob Babich, William Winson LATIN GLIIB Ram' I Qleft to rightl-jean Sparks, Claire Noonan, ,lennayevonne lN'IcCaulley, Louise Dutch, Betty Kipf, Helena Sehaerina. Ron' 2-Ruth Szakacs, Ruth Keller, Olga Sonkoly, Janet VVilliams, Eleanor Arndt, Peggy Cairns, Pat Standen, Martha Brodbeck, Beth Corkill. Rau' 3-Margaret Roberts, Roberta Tonry, Ruth Wright Ruth lX'laeDonald, Betty Goldstein- Helen Varner, Lillian Shindler, Catherine Beck, Doris Pelton. ...Row 4-Diary jean MeElfresh, Jean Carskaddon, Louise Goldenberg, Georgette Collins, Betty Lou lilood, Dorothy Smith, Dorothy Averbrook. Rau' 5-Bruce Eppley, Leonard Staysniak, Charles Given, Nlarvin lfvenehik, Ralph Ruth, john Hoffman, Harry Koplin, Paul lrion, VValter Niegowski, George Hoke. Xin t'f-1'A'i.X' Ninzftyseven -IIIIIIIIII III-Y Rau' I lleft to rightl-Ray lVIcNeal, Bill Collins, Don Renz, Oliver Shay, Phil Kaiser, Fred Tutthill. Rau' 2-Mr. H. Geyer, Nial Keech, George Hoke, Dick Hogne, Alfred Alten, jr., john Linville. Rau' 3--George Vincent, Tom Brown, Bill Hull, Charles Given, VVesley Fackler, Dick Day, Leon Altfeld. Rau' 4- lohn Hofmann, Dick Coughlin, Don Hurst, Ralph Ruth, Tom Mynchenberg, Mac Luper. Ro-14' 5-Don Swiers, .lack Daily, Sid NVasserman, Neil Taylor, Rue Mclntyre. David I.indell, Robert Fmary, Bill Decker. BIIIIII Ron' I fleft to right!-Helena Schareina, Janice Elliot, Carl Lingenfelter, Hilda Frber, Dorothy Fell, Marvin Evenchik, John Hoffman, Wayne Meinke, Oliver Shubert, Bud Hoflman, Bud Garland, .lim Hurlbut, Dick Maurer, Ellsworth Adams, Ernie Vargo, Lyle Bungart, Bunny Brown. Row 2-Rose Mary Barlow, Betty Maynard, jean Graham, Dick Ferriman, Frank Ignatz, Max Haldeman. lileanor Carr, Grace Sharrer, Paul Krebs, Bob Pomeroy, Tom Davis, Howard Hendricks, Betty Kipf, Bob Botamer. Mr. J. M. Beck. Rau' 3-Ray Kastler, Rod Hines, Ward Young, Rue Mclntyre, Bob Brown, Ned Greer, Bob Wilson, Don Nlarsh, Clinton lyleyers, Dick Carpenter, jack Ruth, Bob Shepherd. Rau' 4- Art Sherman, Hal Gottlieb, Norman Limovitz, Juanita Brown, Ruth Vaughn. Olga Sonkoly, Ed Gates, John Nevins, Dick Hines, Thelma Gordon, jack Elton, Dick Day, jim Reinhardt, john Binary, Bob Flynn. Rau' 5-Eugene Justin, Marvin Berson, jimmy Arnold. JIIIIIIIII FRIENDSHIP IIABIIIET Rau- 1 lleft to rightl--Miss Frances Lemon, adviser, Barbara Woodruff, Pat Standen, -loan Smith, Violet Leber, lllrs. R. H. Chamberlain, adviser. Rau' 2--JOYCE llleyers, Lucille Buswell, Beryl Stevenson, Mary Agnes Welsh. Row 3-Ann McClellan, Nancy Robertson, Peggy Cairns, Harriet Cohen. Row 4-Betty Kipf, Shirley joswig, Dorothy Brecknock, Doris Urpschott. if .mf . y , ,iw v . , - 4. L MF? .-A .villrfyvigllf Ninrtyninf GAFETERIA WURKERS Ron' I Cleft In right!-Bertha Doman, june Helling, Cornelia Seres, Emma Messaros, Gerry Rigo, Dorothy Figler, Eleanor Helling, Ruth Vaughn. Rota' 2- Miss Alice Lentz, Elizabeth Seres, hlary ,lean Drusendahl, Elizabeth Dany, Irene Serefz, Bertha Kalmar, Mary Tomery, Stella Henry. Ron' 3-lylrs. Alice Garris, Mary Hoekaden, -loanne Smith, Helene Cohen, Eleanor Klyop, Anna Brooks, Bertha Skriletz. Rau' 4-Bob Early, Blarilyn VVebster, lllagdeline Cruce, Betty Hall, Georgia Sutton. Rau' 5-Bernard Dowdell, jack Reinhardt, john Linville, Oliver Schubert, VVilliam VVinson, NVayne llcinke, Bill Hockaden. Riou' 6-Frank Delllaria, Rose Datena, Phyllis Alexander, Eleanor Carr, julia Nagy, VValter Niegowski, 'lied Dowdell, Leroy Axx. A BUYS' UHURUS ev-i I Rau' I flefrifn riglzrl-Charles Taylor, Herb King, Bob VVilson, Bill Renninger, Phil Kaiser. Ray Smith, Tom Smith, john Bowdlcr. Rau' 2-Frank lylontagnese, Ted Alten, Robert Cebula, Richard Stein, Cecil Post, john Shamel, Rod Hines, -I. Martin Beck. Ron' 3--Ivan Fiedler, jim Lumadue, Sid Wasserman, Joe Cirigliano, Norman Limovitz, Thomas hlitchell, Edmund Diederich. Joe Grace. Rau' 4--jim Collier, Nick Rodin, Ambrose Cook, Stanley lllalik. Don Hurst, Nfalcolm Fowl, lVIack Looper, George Cook, Bob Baird. Rou' 5-Dean lylaze, Steve Pathay, Bob Koske, james Ball, Stanley Green, Richard Meiiike, Bert Stoddard, Gerald Layer, Louis Kaplan, Ted Fujka, Douglas Rosecrans. SENIUR FRIENDSHIP GABINET Rem' I flefr tn rightl--Ruth VVright, Nliriam Paeth, lone Geisel, Jean Beavis, Alice Tarrv. Rove 2-Ruth Eady, Betty Altfeld. Jessie Baptiste, Helen Bristol, lylrs. Lautenschleger. Ron' 3-Lois Phelps, lyliss Lemon, Valerie Tite, Phyllis Bourquin, Elizabeth Love, Betty Goldenberg, Geraldine Rigo, Emily Davis, lylirion Lindberg, .I'ulia Sullivan. Rau' 4-Miss Holly, Lois Lersch, Helen Simpson, joan Duckett, Myrna Gleason, Betty Hengesbaugh. F SENIUR A GAPPELLA GI'l0IR Rau' I fleft to rightl-ll'Ir. ,l. lllartin Beck, 11ir1'rtar, Beth Corkill, Camilla Gaines, Lois Phelps, Ruth Ellen IlIacDonald, Geraldine Hange, Ruth VanOsdale, Neva Pfaff, Helen Goodspeed, Dorothy Bell, Lois Lersch, Betty VonDuyke, Helen Bristol, Pat Hoke, janet Notley, Rita Meyer. Rau' 2--Phyllis Alexander, Helen Elemes, Jessie Baptiste, ,lean Tattersall, Helen Simpson, Valerie Tite, Edith Kelley, Lydia biichael, julia Sullivan, Phoebe Nevins, Vivian Smith, lyliriam Paeth, Ruth Wright, .lean Sparks, lone Geisel, Lois Marie Bennett. Rau' 3-Barbara Ranker, Georgia Sutton, Gene Reichard, Elaine Chobanoll, Marian Ives, Dick Hines, Philip Hofman, Bob Stevenson, Phil Baird, jack Elton, Art Sparks, Wayne Garland, Elizabeth Robson, Grace lllcliitrick. Norma Rhodes, Elaine Evans. Rau' 4.--Art Sherman, Bob Reese, John Nevins, Chuck O'Malley, Stewart Hawthorne, Don Gibbens, Bob Schroeder, Phil Coe, George Greenich, Roman Nagorka, .lack Reinhardt, George Tulk, Bert Nleredith, Nelson Beller, Seymour VVeil. IIFFIGE G-IRLS Rau' I Ueft to rightH-jennayevonne MCCHLlllCy', Ruth Fridenstine, Donna Jean Mertz, Beth Corkill, Miss E. Prunner. Rau' 21M3Fg3fEt VVehman, Emily Andrzejczyk, Marian Spencer, Marian Roberts. Rau' 3-Virginia Goodman, Martha Koller, Lila Tufford, Elizabeth Robson. Row 4110311 Duckett, Betty Hengesbaugh, Louise Dutch, Thelma Black, Jeanne VVagner. LIBRARY WIIRKERS Raza' I fleft to rightl-Ida jean Sands, Frances Corkill, Lila Tufford, Emily Gawura, Marjorie Hoy, Lois Lersch, Camilla Gaines. Row 2-Don Swiers, jack Daley, Vivian Chapman, Betty Fell, Marian Grobe, Lottie Smithowski, Nancy Couch, Dorothy Bell, julia Sullivan, Charles Given. Rau' 3-Norman llflyers, james Gotro, Diary Vance Hard, lllary Bartus, ll-larian Lindberg, Betty Goldstein, Sara Sigel, Louise Goldenberg, Dorothy lVIcAvena, Art Stringer. Ron' 4- Chester Malanowski, Marjorie Schultz, lone Geisel, Lois Opper, Marian Hunter, Freda Wiles. Rau' 5-Miss Scott, Galen Ramser, Howard Hendricks, Dick Hysell, Walter Niegowski, Bruce Eppley, Harry Koplin. Rau' 6-Helen Louise Hull, Lulu Valassis, Ruth Snyder, lylary Arter, Alice Tarry, Lucille Boswell, LaVerne Haas. IMIIIITURS Rau' I Ueft lo rightl--john Nevins, Stewart Hawthorne, Harold Stanford, Dave One llunflrerl Une Huffman, Wayne llleinke, Eugene Bailey, Ed Triesky. Rau' 2-Fred Tuthill, Claude Martin, Richard Yoo, Clarence Standen, Phil Easley, Dave Evans. Rau' 3- Don Shuster, Dudley Horning, Ralph Ruth, George Mychenburg, Ray McNeal, Bill Kristofi. Rau' 4.-Burnell Schramm, Jack Vestal, Max Haldeman, Bob Phelps, George Tulk, VVayne Garland. Rau' 5--John Stang, Bill Leedale, -lim Saum, Ed Clark. STUDENT GABINET Row 1 Ueft to riyhtb-Bob Sharkey, Jeanine VVagner. Bill Dutch, Pat Standen, Bill Hockaden. Rau' 2-Rosemary Barlow, Lois Hancock, Jean Tattersall. Ron' 3- Mary Jean lVIcElfresh, Ruth VVright, Eleanor Carr, lone Geisel. Ron' 4-John Birch, Bill Leedale, Don liobes, Bill Collins, Ray lUcNeal. 4 SEIIIUR Ill-Y Rau- I Cleft to right!-Bob Schroeder, VVally Harpster, Bill Dutch, Harold Stanford, Don Fobes, Claude Martin, Harris Nichols. Row 2-Carl Lingenfelter, Jack Vestal, Bill Leedale, Bob Clark, Dick Terrell, Jim Simpson, Dave Huffman. Rau' 3-Mr. E, Lautenschleger, Bud Stirzaker, Dick Hysell, George Hadaway, Rothard Buterbaugh. Rove 4-Jack Reinhardt, Bud Roth, Harold Fredrick, Dick Meckley, Ellsworth Adams, YVarren Robinson, Bill Hockaden, Bob Stevenson Rau' 5-Bill Smith, John Stang. Jack Leber, Jack Elton, Ed. Clark, Ralph VVright. LEADERS' GRUIII' Rau' I tleft lo riyhtl-Xliriam Paeth, Beth Corkill, Georgia Birkline, Eleanor Carr, Betty Lou Smith. Betty Altfeld, Pat Hoke, Dorothy Swancott, Betty VonDuyke, Jessie Baptiste, Helen Bristol, Martha Brodbeck, Jean Beavis, J'eane VVright. Rota' 2--Margaret VVehman, Shirley Hull, Jean Tattersall, Jeanne VVagner, hlary Ellen VVacker, Betty VVells, hlillicent VVinsor, Neva Pfalf, lVIary Vance Hard, Phyllis Bourquin, Lila Tufford, Elizabeth Love, Alice Tarry, Helen Elemes, Eleanor Arndt. Ron' 3--Jean Altfeld. Lois Lersch, Helen Miko, Helen Goodspeed, Helen Gerhartinger, Helene Cohen, Barbara Aungst, Ruth VanOsdale, Rose Mar3' Barlow, Nlarjorie VVoodfill, Virginia Goodman, Marilyn Deetz, lone Geisel. Ron' 4-Louise Dutch, Jeanne Delllaria, Doris Nichols, Gene Reichard, Dorothy Bell, Jessie Henderson, Lois Ann Fell, Velma Hoag, blyrna Gleason. Elsie Beach, Alberta Stang, Helen Simpson. SENIUR A GAPPELLA Glllllll Ron' I Clwfr to rightl-ll'Iiriain Paeth, Phyllis Alexander, Neva Pfaff, Ruth Une llunrlrnl Three Van0sdale, Janet Notley, Rita llleyer, Helen Bristol, Lois Lersch, Jessie Baptiste. Rau' 2-Beth Corkill, Geraldine Hange, Norma Rhodes, Camilla Gaines, Jean Sparks, Ruth VVright, Betty YonDuyke, Grace ll'IcKitrick, Pat Hoke, bir. J. llartin Beck, flirertor. Ron' 3-Barbara Ranker, Georgia Sutton, Valerie Tite, Arlyne Haven, lone Geisel, Vivian Smith, Elaine Evans, Lois Phelps. Rota' 4-Ruth Ellen MacDonald, Jean Tattersall, Elizabeth Robson, Edith Kelly, Helen Good- speed, Dorothy Bell, Lois Bennett, Lydia blichael. Rrm' 5-Helen Elemes, Helen Simpson, Phoebe Nevins, hlarian Ives, Elaine Chobanoff, Julia Sullivan, Gene Reichard. Rom' 6-Jack Elton. Nelson Beller, Bert Meredith, Seymour VVeil, VVayne Garland, Don Gibbens. Ron' 7-ROITIHH Nagorka, George Greenich, Bob Reese, John Nevins, Chuck O'1NIalley. Jack Reinhardt, George Tulk. Ron' 8- Phil Baird, Bob Stevenson, Bud Hofman, Dick Hines, Stewart Hawthorne, Bob Schroeder, Art Sparks. P. T. A. PLAY rm' I llffl to rigl1tH4VVally Forbes, Ed Nano, H. NI. Hurlbut, Seward Black, Ralph Carr, Leonard Fowls, Bill lleinke, llorris Brown, Rodney Rockwood, Harry Forbes, Glenn Baxter, Ur. johnson, Alex Fell. Ron' 24-Bliss Klary .lane Burns, zlirwlor. R. YV. Yandeinark. lf. l". Hendricks, Kenneth Boylan, bl. Q. Lllnyorl Petro, C. VV. U'lXIalley, Elmer Nelson, Art Sherman, F. Refenning, Leland lllineh, U. lf. VVinters, VV. L. Vaughn, Rue Nlelntyre Ro-ze 3-David lfvans, Owen Gleason, Bob llallory, Ray Huston, Vernon Ross, Vvm. lNIoore Bill Holt, F. H. Payne. C. P. Shively, Claude Geisel, joe XVelsh, ,lack Raith, R. If. lllellonald, Uan Synions, Henry Ingersoll, VVayne Garland. Ron' .Lf lelarry Notley, Bruce lVIcVVillia1ns. Ronald Findlay, Bob Blakely, Aloe Hancock, Bob Boylan, lid Fell, Ralph Carrick, Geo. Tulk, Leonard Hogland. Rn-ze 5-.lim Tire, Lauren YVurster, Richard Martin, Hubbard Wilcox. Bob Stephan. Names on program but not in picture: A. G. Highgate, If. G. Hales, NValter Ll. Nevins, Ray Bowen. Ralph Standen, Owen VVinte1's. Um' Illlnzlrezl Four :Q Those. Cmltz PNN!! ENIUR' 8 5 Q On than da eg 1 mpg z z Q CE 0 N f ff 9 nv' , 2 1 .FFICE ,rig X if , f x we 9 "1 Wm' If H I It I Pi.l"ltS :: I hx...---:I i AS, 1 -f I I X ' vnu wiszcrack' A1 "' get wasvft wan' 1 , g . M S fi' if funn 6 f 1- A 74 QB: my ch p m. .1 . A wi- 4 if n .lXyu"-yn' AL. 5 W P'.y'rs l I 4 . Thus: 3, 'i'."" 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YS!-we w -5 A4 4"' , --4 S' ., KX ' 1 f , Football The 1939 season shows the following record : September lSil':lj'I'iZl I2+OberIm fm September 22+lflyriz1 U-S2lIHllISlij' 26 September 3OfEI5'l'i2l 0-Kliddletown zo October jtfflyrizl ofI,:1kewoon October lj-I':l5'l'fJl 20-Akron I lf Wvest 0 Uctober 2O+I':lj'l'i2l 27411 Heightrx 0 October 28a-Iflyrizi 0-Slum' 7 November jglflyria lj--S. Heights 0 November Ilililyfiil 0-Lorain .LI COACH ROY B. CLYMER One Hundrea Eight .XllIllllIllk'l'IIN'llf 111' ilu' Tuilmviiig sflwmliilc fill' illlfllillll 11240 is Illillh' by QYUQICII Roy li. KQIBIIIUI' :ir this riiiw: ql'l!fl'IlliN'l' lj -Ulwriiii, llm- f,CI'Ubl'l' IQ---L'lcx'm'l:li1sl Heights, 'l'l11'ri' Nvptm-inlwi' zu Slllllilhkf, VIVIIVV4' Uctrilwi' Zi--Slmw, llwri' Qcptviiilwi' 27 NI:lilsii4'lil, 'l'fl4'1'i' XUYQ'lI1hl'l' I Slulkvi' liciglits, llrri' Ovtnlwi' 5 l,:1km-wnml, 'l'l1f'1'r Nriwiiilwl' S-ki0llIINl1llS North, Ilm- llvtulwi' Il :Xkmn NVQ-st. llrrr XIlX'l'I11l'll'l' If!--l,Ul'2lil1. 'l'l1i'ri' Foornm squnn Rui! I Hifi rn fillllli .Xlvin Hc'y1'i', -luck Smith, Kciiiwtli Fowl, Dick 'l'vi'i'm'll, lfml Ciurrmxki. i'il'llil' k'iii'cill0. Rosa' lgll. C. liuhniiiioii, -Iolm liUXK'Zll'ki, Bob .l2ll3l1llSil limi ifuin-5, Rutlinril HlIft'!Ai5IlllgIil, How:1i'ii Uvoomi. Dirk Rvinlizlrdt, liill lfuhku Ruff L: Ifuigviim' l'm-m-iisky, Srvw liyvyiiski, liiirm-ll SCIIIYIIIIIII, Hill l':m'likuw.ki llivk N14-vklvy, 'IR-il QXIIHZIS, Bill Sillj,fll'I'Ull, I-Id lNLl'l'SllZlH'. Um' Hlzmlrvrl .xvillf UHEER LEADERS Lrff to rigl1t+XV:1lly l1Ill'PSfl'l', Claude Klartin, .luck 1,4-ber. TENNIS ou' I Urff io l'fflflfJfl'1l'1lllk' lioron. Rohcrt ShZll'liCX, XVIII. Uutch. Ruiz' zfllon Klatti, Rc-ml lizuzcr, HIV. I,ymzm, Stewart l'iZlXYfI10I'llK', Robert Stn-vcnsml. Um' IINIHIFKII Vl'l'l! A1 xx AA.. ns ' 0' , Nx.J 2 WE 7 X J jA'!v?yN v-'af-x A A :H U 'M' .' ' LYMA ' Ll HJ El-2 J '74 Q re x +5 VARSITY BASKETBALL Ron' I ilrfl rn Vijjllf5"fRUfA1Ill'lA l3utm'1'l1:111gl1, Umm l"0b1's, Bill Dutch, .lzlvk Rvinlmzudr liill Sillf,fAl'I'0ll, :Xlcx I,i'fl'llS. Razz' lflfrnic killl'CiH0, Tom Dunlap, Bill Hockzu ff unch Ralph liauwr, Hill Aliko, .Iuhnny Howard, .llllli0l' l'rig, :md Dick 'livrl lH1lI12lQK'l'. Um' IIIIIIIIITIII l'.l47'l'!f e I4 I BVI!! " FH The ' Schoof HV" 'ff Wil Dance ,? -as ,flaw na-nts! MCIWMU4 WI. s Q.. 'hui wonder k 'Yfj' N , , u And .- " c.'l...,f Q '-m'f91'f, fx K fx x 5 tu 'Kc UUUQUUU9 J YA 5 4-4 I - qv 2. ir 0 GIBCJDIO c J Wh Inq nomo v L. me X 4 X Q X N v X 7 n kdm X ' - 1-ww. E.:-1.5. B Cnr. Lung ' VIS . ' f ' 5 gg' Q XX A' ff Xi 1 Lx b' R I Afrqifl ? ' '--. Q ...,N ,- N rt. . ..x,,, he W it J j . - I ' 5. fx ,, ,aff , .muff- hasa E? 7 W ,f',:fy,,2f1 , f2fX.p , -f o ' ' ' "jpg" ' if l fr G i v .. 0 0 'E 1 N fi. .E A ' 'Ph' I -Y 'LL'-N . If . , A 3.8. 0 ' i V3 0 A Z . ' su f, :2Q' v' .Q PI: yi, I N Q ,iff f I 9 vm' A My 5' in xx - X " X xxmw S I gp ,, 3 I X 1 Y J A .Confucius Sag P . nm. neNneneoLv1.mDa " "' 'r 9.Ue4lV'i Um' Ilundrez T-:wiv mkaeeapfhasame l-1lllTOR'S NOTE: This alphalxetizecl list of the students in tlze school during 19.39-1940 does nrt ntain the nam the 300 and some graduates, for their names and pliotographa appear earlier in the book. - A - Bartlome, Robert-R.D. 3 .,,,........................ ,...... . 1 Bartus, Anna-556 Turner St. ............................ . Abahazi, john--333 lrondale St. ..........,..A.,........... Bums, Nlary Ann-556 Turner St. U -.'. H ...,,- Abramoska, Beverly-316 Harvard Ave. ......... BMS Harm,-140 Spruce St H Ackffv MW Rufh-2'3 West AVC- "--------------A- Bauer Albert-317 High sf.'..ff ..... ff ..... Ackerman, Fred-R.D. 3 ...,...................r....... ....,.... B cal bon-Rum 3 "-A .'---."Y'.-.-.v'.V.. .-.'.-.---...-A.---- ..-4ww.. Adams' Betty -lane-1365 East 'QVC' """""AA""" Beaumont, Ruth-147 Hamilton Ave. ......... .. Adams' Ellsworth-253 Spruce Bt' """' """"' B eck Bettv-596 Cleveland St. ........,...... ...... . . Adams, Robert-161 Lake Ave. ..... ..,...... I geek' Catherine-R.D. 3 ---'A'.-- . 'A..4 ---.vAv..--..'A ..-.-.- H Qgrelt' IB0bf?,?f2 Dewey Ave' """"""" ll Beekloff, Norma-635 Oberlin Rd. ........,.,... A151 fgdc' hgnggogi "" """"" """""A' I I Beckloff, Robert-R.D. 2 ....,,...................................... .. - . ...... ..,...... . .- l'kE.i W dl dA.w Alten, Ted-346 Second St. ........,...........,, .,.,..... I iegkulih' Phyl lg - 411 Oo an W Altfeld, I4C0l'l-324. Fourth St. .,,,................ . Andrzejczyk, J0l1l1-512 Twelfth St. .............. . Archer, XVCFIIOII-206 Courtland St. ....i....,,..,... . Archibald, c3COI'gC-lll Lexington Ave. ..... . Armstrong, Dick--Cor. Third and Middle Arndt, Eleanor-1001 Lake Ave. .....,...,......,...... . Arnold, E. J3IllCS1Q29 E. River St. ................. . Atkinson, Curtis--145 Roosevelt Ave. ............,, . Aungst, Barbara-114 Hamilton Ave. ......... . Averbrook, Dorothy NI.-453 Earl Ct. ..,.,... . Axx, Le ROY-720 VV. Broad St. ..............,...,.,.. . -B- Babcock. Dorothy-R.D. 3 .......i.....i..............,....,.,.... Babich, S0lOl'll0ll-74,8 W. River St. ...i....i........ . Bach, Rita-607 llliddle Ave. .....i.......,,.... Bacher, Hubert-837 Lake Ave. ...........,...........,,, . Bachman, Virgniia-118 Cleveland St. ....,.,.... . Badger, Eugene-330 B. Hts. Blvd. ................. . Bagnell, Dorothy-I I9 Cornell Ave. ............,. . Bogart, Harry-261 E. Broad St. ..............,..... . Baird, Earl-1014 West Ave. .....,...,.,.. ......... 9 Baird, Robert-356 W. Fifth St. ....,....,,.. ......... 9 Baker, Gordon-344 Thirteenth St. ................. . Bakos, Joe-135 Blake St. .......................,................, , Baldt, Douglas-255 Pasadena Ave. ................. . Balk, Bill-614 Lodi St. ...........,................... ........ . Ball, JHITICS-2lQ Oberlin Rd. ............,. ....,... . Ball, NHIICQ'-252 E. Hts. Blvd. ........ ..,,..,. . Banville, Pat-82 Williams St. ................ ........ . Baraskai, Louis-229 VV. River St. ..............,.,,.. . Barbaresso, Nick-213 Chestnut St. ...,............. . Barlag, Eileen-306 E. River St. ,,..,..... ....,,,, , Barlow, Helen-351 Ninth St. .................... . Barlow, Rose Mary-238 Harvard Ave. ..... . Barnard, .lack-152 Harvard Ave. ....... ,......, . Barnes, Arthur-4 Crehore Ct. ..........,......,...,....... . Barnes, Gerald-142 Carolina Ave. .........,,.,,... , Barres, Donald E.-129 Stanford Ave. ........ . Bartholomew, Bob-236 Denison Ave. ........... . Une Hundred I hzrleen Bell, Bill-526 E. River St. .............................,..,.,. . Bell, Dorothy-234 Denison Ave. . .....,.,........,.. .. Bell, c30I'd0ll-455 VV. River St. ...,.... ...... . Bendik, Milan-822 Lake Ave. ................ ....... . Benford, -lack-339 Fourth St. ............................ . Benford, Royden-339 W. Fourth St. ,,..,..,, . Benson, Don-272 lwarseilles Ave. ................... . Berson, Bernard-ll2 Park Ave. ...................... . Bescher, Barbara J.-3ll E. Hts. Blvd. ....... . Billings, .lack-436 W. Ninth St. ..................... .. Birch, .l0l1Il--3OI Park Ave. ..,,,,,............... ....... . Birekline, Robert-516 West St. ...................,.,... . Birmingham, Dick-344 Oxford Ave. ............. . Birmingham, DOIIIIK-I3I Mendel Ct. .,,,...... . Biro, David-R.D. 3, Griswold Rd. .......,,. . Bischoff, Dan-223 Stanford Ave. ,,.,,..........,... . Bladusky, Dorothy M38-410 Lorain Blvd Blaine, Mary Louise-338 'Thirteenth St. .. Blimzley, Bette-639 Dewey Ave. ...........,.,..... . Blimzley, 102111116-712 Foster Ave. .............,...., . Board, Mary-R.D. 2, S. Second St. ....,........ . Boepple, Mildred-R.D. 1, Oberlin, O. ..,,,.. . Bogart, JCEIII-346 Princeton Ave. .........,,........ . Bohannon, J. C.-443 W. Fifteenth St. ....... . Boreski, Jessie-421 W. Thirteenth St. ...... . Borie, Gloria AIIIIC-6lQ West Ave. ................ . Bornino, Rose-368 S. Maple St. .......... ....... . Bosmeny, Edward-R.D. 2 ...................................... Botamer, Bob-364 High St. ,..........,,,..............,..... . Bottamley, Eugene-384 W. Third St. ....... . Bowdler, john P.-423 Tenth St. ...........,,,..... . Bowser, Iohn-555 Lodi St. .........,,.,.............,....... . Boyd, Don L.-901 Garford Ave. ...................... . Boylan, .IOHII-804 East Ave. ,,................................ . Boylan, Natalie A001145 Columbia Ave. .. Braddon, Betty .lo-224 Second St. ................... . Bradley, Lois May-34.5 Twelfth St. ............. . Bramwell, Harold-108 Neufer Ct. ,............... . Brecknock, Dorothy-157 Longfellow Ave Brehm, J0l'lI1--IO8 Grant St. ............,.,................... . Brenner, Nathan-405 Middle Ave. ................ . Brickman, VFOIU--I535 East Ave. Bridge, Elsie-509 VV. Third St. ,,,.,...,. . Bright, Dick-1020 VVest Ave. Brightbill, Louise-R,D. 2 .,.,,,. Brightbill, Lucille-R.D. 2 iii,.,,....,. Brink, Lois J.-Delaware Ave. ........ . Brlas, Mike-236 VVoodford Ave. .... . Bristol, HClC'Y1I6l Harvard Ave. r,,,,,,..i,.,.,,,4,, , Brooker, Dick-120 Courtland St. .................... . Brookhouser, GCOfgC-IOI C0r11ell Ave. ,..,. . Bfllhll, Leonard-422 Second St. ..........,..... ..... . Brouse, .lack-114 Wurst Ct. ,,,...A..,,,,,,i..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Broun, Bernell-590 W. Broad St. ...,.,... . Brown, BLIHIIY-I42 Riverside Ct. ,........ . Brown, Bob W.-147 E. Hts. Blvd. ,.,,,,.,i.,.., , BYOWII, Charles-1828 West Ave. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Brown, Florence-Apt. 12, Endly Blk. ...,,... . Brown, ,lane-Apt. 12, Endly Blk. ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,...,, . Brown, ,luanita-R.D. 2, Fuller Rd. ,,,.,,,,,,,,, ., Brown, Kathleen -l03I'li324 Oxford Ave. Brown, Pauline-153 Oak St. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Browne, Florence-IO2 Center St. .......,.....,,..... . Brubaker, D011-IOI7 East Ave, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, VV, Bruce, Dorothy-R.D. 1, Grafton, O. ,,.....,.... 9 Bruce, June-R.D. 1, Grafton. O. ,,,,,.,..,,,,,.,,,,.. IO Brunner, George-128 Kipling St, .,.,.,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , Brunner, Lillian-128 Kipling St. r...... . Buchholz, Wiln1a'-624 East Ave. .... . Buck, Frank-103 Gulf Rd, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , Buck, Mildred-603 E. Broad St. ....... . Buckmgham, Halden-R.D, 2 ,.,,,,.,r,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Budach, Joyce-608 Cleveland St, ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bullock, Wayne-408 Woodland Ave, .,,,,,,,,,, , Bumback, William-5 Crehore Ct, ,,.,.,,,,,,,..,,,... . Bungart, Lyle--R.D. 2 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Burgan, Carol-252 Second St. ........ . Burgett, Richard-303 Clark St. .......... . Burill, Mary--307 Lake Ave. ,,,,,,,,,,, i Burr, Evelyn-128 Quincy St. ....,... . Burrows, Bill-R.D. 1 .....,...........,...... Burton, Dick-520 Furnace St. ........ . Buswell, Janet-329 Kenyon Ave. ,,,,,l,,,,,,,. ,,,,, , Buswell, Lucille-1805 East Ave. ,.,,,,...,,.,,r,..,.,,. . Buswell, Robert C.-I22 Elizabeth St. ,.,,,,..,,, , Byam, Shirley-108 Cornell Ave. ,................ ...,.. . Bycynski, SCCVC-IO25 Middle Ave. ,,,.,....,,,,,,,, . -C- Cairns, Marv Margaret-316 Columbia Ave. Cairns, William-316 Columbia Ave. .,,,,.,,.,,,,. , Cale, Louise-318 E. River St. .,.,.,..., .......,,,,,,,,... . Callaghan, Nancy-137 Princeton Ave. ........ . Can1pbell, Eileen-R.D. 1, LaGrange ....,,,,.,,,.,, Campbell, lwarguerite-LaGrange .,,....,,..., ,..... Carlson, G0fd0H-230 Cornell Ave. .. Carman, Bill-208 W. Bridge St. ..........,., .,,., , Carnes, Charles-R.D. 2, Fuller Rd. .......,...... . Carpenter, Dick-312 Cambridge Ave. Carr, 'FOIII--I53 Longfellow Ave. ...,. . IO Carson, Don-417 Adams St. ............ ........... 1 1 Carter, 248 Wi11ckles St. .......................... .. . I0 Carter, Bill-237 Oberlin Rd. .,....,..,......,...... Il Carter, Ernest-R.D. 1, LaGrange ......,... 9 Carter, Maliiida-167 VVood St. ............,... 9 Carter, Virginia-R.D. 1, LaGrange ............... 9 Casey, Kathryn-R.D. 2 ..........,.,....,................ 9 Castle, Marie-545. Broad St. ...............,...... 9 Castor, Robert-289 Marseilles Ave. ..... 9 Cavaceci, Virginia-131 Erie St. ................. IO Caywood, Ardith'-236 Roosevelt Ave. .. 9 Cazeau, Adelbert-136 Brandston Ave. ll Cebula, Bob-133 Parkview Ct. ....,,.......... 9 Cerlan, Bill-No. 7 Lesnic Ct. ..,...............,. IO Chamberlain, Vivian-34,4 Stanford Ave. ...... IO Chandler, Barbara-337 Harvard Ave. .,.......... IO Chapman, Harry-220 West Ave. ..,.........., IO Chapman Ruth-I24 VVilliams St. ..................... IO Chapman T0m-220 West Ave. ................. 9 Chapman Vivian--123 Hawthorne St. I0 Chapman, Wilda-247 Harvard Ave. .. 9 Cheetham, JOHN-2OI Marseilles Ave. .. ll Cheney, AIIIILISS Denison Ave. ........,.. 9 Chesler, Lillian-332 Lodi St. ..........,...... 9 Chismar, Pauline-60 Chestnut St. ......... , Chismar, jack-1303 Bank St. ..,.........,... . Choate, Phyllis-205 E. River St. ....., . Christian, Lester-113 Water St. ,,.... . Christie, Martha-230 Ohio St. .. ..... Christman, Ruth-514 Cleveland St. .,..,. . 9 9 9 9 9 1 1 Christman, Shirley-316 Seventh St ..,.....,......... ll Cibroski, Virginia-328 VV. River St. Cirigliano, Joe-1828 Middle Ave. . .,,... ,. Clapp, Phyllis-514 Park Place .,....,,,..... IO II Clark, Ed-144 Spruce St. ......,..,.,... ...... 1 1 Clark, Wanda-518 North St. ..,,................., ...... 9 Clarke, MHC-1030 Lake Ave. ..............,..........,....... I0 Clay, Francis-140 Caroline St. ..................,........ ll Cochrane, Marjory-317 Cambridge Ave. 9 Coe, Philip-316 Cor11ell Ave. ........,....,...............,... II Coen, Earl-153 Bell Ave. ..........,.,....,.,.... ...... ...... I 2 Cogar, Helen-143 Cleveland St. ....,..,. . Cohen, Harriet-321 Denison Ave. .... , 9 Cole, Jack-R.D. 2 ...................................,............. ...... 9 Coleman, Eleanor-801 E. River St. ....,..........,.. IO Coleman, Sam-801 E. River St. ............... . Collier, Gordon-Stop IO, Lake Ave. Collier, -lim-Stop IO, Lake Ave. ............ . Collins, GCOfgCttC-Ill Erie St. .........,.,,.. . Collins, William-607 VVest Ave. ..,,........ . Camerford, Genevieve-207 Clark St Comstock, lylarjorie-243 Howe St. ...... . Comstock, Ruth--349 Eleventh St. ..... . Conger, Gerald-630 East Ave. .......,.... . Conrad, Charles-215 Cor11ell Ave. .. Conrad, Ruth-215 Cornell Ave ,..,.....,. Cook, Dorothy-1600 VVest Ave. ....... . Cook, Ambrose-334 Sixteenth St. .,....... . 9 II IO ll I0 II IO 9 IO I0 One H undrea Fourteen JAMES F. TITTLE, Jr. Hl'.fXl,I'I'Y Clflillll XIIXI IXIQIIXIIIH IIIIIJIIIXIIN IHONII O ELYRINS METRUPULITMI FASIIIUN INSTITUTIUN J. C. PENNEY CC. ELYRIA, ol-no 1 'yi Oo f Cook, Donald-1600 West Ave. ...... . Cook, George-334 Sixteenth St. ..,,,, . Cooley, Bob-464 Tenth St. .A........ . Corkill, Frances-4.06 Te11th St. ..........t . Cornell, Lois-1 15 Perry Ct. .,,,.........,.........,.....,,.... , Coughlin, Carol-406119 Middle Ave. .....,,...,.., . Coughlin, Dick-4065 Middle Ave. ....,. Cowley, Charles-183 Bath St. .............. . Cox, Bob-500 East Ave. .......,...... . Cox, Ralph--500 East Ave. ............. . Crai11e, Jean-419 Third St. ............... . Crandall, Walter-107 Chase St. ..,...... ...,,,... . Crawford, Glenn-1 I I7 Middle Ave. .............. . Cremeans, Martha-133 Huron St. ................. . Crisp, Nancy-142 Fourth St. .,....,,,..,.................. VV. Croft, Les-209 Huron St. ...................,.............,.... . Cromling, Bob-R.D. 3, Adelbert St. .,........,,., . Crooks, .loan-347 E. River St. .......................,...., . Crooks, Joyce-347 E. River St. ..........,. ..,...... . Crossmier, Nola-839 Bond St. ,,,,........... .....l... . Cruce, MClVll1-IQO9 Middle Ave. ..,,. , Culp, Charles-711 Broad St. ..........,,............,....... , Curcillo, Ernie-322 Eighteenth St. ....... . Curcillo, LUCY-322 Eighteenth St. .......... . Curtis, Mary-315 Fifth St. ,,.....,,....,...... . Cuson, JHCR-511 W. River St. ..,,..... . Czak, Edwin-R.D. 3 ..,............,...,,..... - D - Dachner, Morris-252 Seventh St. ..,... ....,..., . Daly, Jack-108 Denison Ave. ............ . Damm, Bernice-628 West Ave. ...... . Danner, HOYZCC-354 Third St. ..,... . Dany, Elizabeth-315 Beech St. ..,... . Datena, ROSC-II6 Garvin Ave. ........... . Davidson, Nlarion-501 Middle Ave. ........,..,.. , Davies, Carolyn-355 E. Hts. Blvd. ...........,..... . Davis, AgI1CS-229 W. Bridge St. .,...... . Davis, Emily-801 Foster Ave. ......... . Davis, Thomas-935 Lake Ave. ......... . Day, Richard-232 Columbus St. ......... .....,... . Dean, Betty-166 Cleveland St. ...,.,. ..,....,. . Dean, Harold-166 Cleveland St. ....... . Decker, Bill-238 E. Hts. Blvd. ,..,., . Dellefield, Lois-R.D. 2 .,,,,...,.,....,.......,....,. Dellefield, Robert-R.D. 2 ..,.....,,,,,,,....,.,...,.,, Dellisanti, CHSCY-1328 W. River St. ,,....,....,., , Dellisanti, Ethel-1328 W. River St. .............. . Dellisanti, Mary JO--1328 W. River St. .... .. Delp, Jacqueline-323 Oxford Ave. .,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,. , DeMarco, Angela-124 Quincy St. .,,,,....,.,,,,...,. , DeMarco, ROSE-I24 Quincy St. .,.,,... , DeMaria, Frank-346 S. Nlaple St. ....... . Demos, Alvaretta-320 Fourth St. ........., . Dempsey, joseph-1 I3 5 West Ave. .,.,,,....,,...,.... . Deutsch, Leonard-346 Cambridge Ave. ..... . Dewhurst, Pat-353 Seventh St. ,,,.,.,.,. ...,,,,,.,,,, , Diederich, Edmund-416 East Ave. ....... . Diederich, Frederick-R.D. 2 ....................... 9 Diewald, Raymond-154 Abbe Rd. ....... 9 Dilgren, JCZIDIIC-521 Park Ave. ....... . 9 Dilgren, june-521 Park Ave. .................. .......... 0 Dohowski, Stanley-1518 Middle Ave. . 0 Doman, Bertha-552 Vulcan St. .........,........,, I Donahue, Ann-243 Bath St. .................,...,.... ll Donovan, Cecil-115 Longfellow Ave. ,. IU Dorcsinecy, Elizabeth-1 ll Taft Ave. ...,, IO Dorow, Leonard--R.D. 1 ..............,..,...........,..... IO Dostall, B0b-614 Lodi St. ...................,.,.......... 12 Dougherty, Rllthi326 Woodland Ave. ., IO Dowdell, Rose Ellen-430 Jefferson St. .. I0 Dowdell, Ted-430 jefferson St. ,,,,.......,..... ll Drake, Pauline M3fiC-559 Cleveland St. I0 Drusendahl, Mary-540 Second St. ,.,........ 9 Duckett, Noel-508 E. Broad St. ................. Il Dudek, Wanda-342 Seventeenth St. .... II Dumke, Herman-1824 VVest Ave. ........ 9 Dunlap, Thomas-4.40 Jefferson St. ........ Il Dunn, jack-341 Third St. ................,....... ll Dunn, Margie-341 Third St. ............ . ...... VV. Dutch, Louise-535 Ohio St. .........,. .......... 1 1 Dyer, William-R.D. 3 ..........,....... .......... 1 O .. E - Eady, Ruth-248 Howe St. .,......,....,.......... ll Eager, Hazel-413 Elyria Block .,....,.......... IO Easly, Phil-316 Twelfth St. .,.,..........,,.. ..,.....,..... 1 1 Eckenroad, Arline May-ISI Bell Ave. .. IO Eddington, Dorothy--632 Cleveland St. I0 Edwards, Betty ROSE--314. Twelfth St. ., 9 Edwards, Wilbur-R.D. 1, Grafton, O. 9 Ehlers, Eleanor-R.D. 3 ,,........... 1 ............................... Il Ehlers, Elmer-R.D. 3 ....,.,,.,........,......,............ IO Ehlert, Joanne-1 II Longford Ave. IO Ehrlich, Eldon-139 Bath St. .,.,................... II Ehrman, Edward-332 E. Bridge St. ......., 9 Elbert, George-122 Riverdale Ct. ,.,,......,.,. Il Elbert, Jack-122 Riverdale Ct. ............ 9 Elek, Robert-127 Parkview St. ....... IO Elek, Steve-322 West River St. ......... .......... 1 0 Elemes, VVillian1-546 Lodi St. ,.........,.,.. .......... I 0 Elliott, Janice-133 E. Hts. Blvd. .,.,,..., .,..,.,,., 1 0 Elliot, Tom-405 Park Ave. ................ 9 Elsten, Ann-R.D. 3 ...............,,..........., ,......... 1 0 Elsten, Jack-R.D. 3 ............................. II Elton, JHCR-235 E. Hts. Blvd. ...,...... II Emary, John-261 Harrison St. ............ Il Emary, Robert-261 Harrison St. ......... ,.......,. 1 0 Engle, cdCOI'gC--I33 N. Maple St. ...... IO Engler, Helen-R.D. I ..,.,....,...............,....... Il Ensign Beatrice-VVest Ridge Rd. ..,......,.... IO Ensign, Muriel-28 Samuel St. ..,,,..... IO Erber, Hilda-127 Fourth St. ........ IO Ernst, Arline-R.D. 2 .........,,.......... IO Eschtruth, Jane A.-R.D. 3 ..,...... .......... 1 0 Esker, .Tack-507 NVest Ave. ......,.... II One Hundred Sixteen QUICK DELIVERY mluxl-1 5242 4 SIX YIQXIQS Ulf lJIil'ICNIJIXl3l.li SIQIQYICIQ Everything Musical AT MUSIC STORE MUSIC STUDIO Klum- :Incl Inurc Stuck-:Its :wc turning' to l'IlU'l'Ui1R.IXl'llY 11511 HOIEIEY limp in :xml talk it mm' with IIICRIK :Incl I1lI.I. :It THE PHOTO SHOP 224 NIIIDIJLIC ,-XYICNUIC Q':11I1c1'zIS, SIIDIJHCS, I'm'trz1its lun THE PEERLESS LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANING CO. I'I If JN li 2578 3311 SICVUND S'I'Rlili'l Iil.YRlIX, OHIO Um' IIIIIIIIITII Srvrntrrn Eucker, Betty-R.D. 1, Chestnut Ridge Evans, Dave-4.07 Middle Ave. .................,,.,,.... . Evans, Elaine-238 Kenyon Ct. ............,...A . Evenchik, lVIarvin-316 Oxford Ave. Everett, Mlarie-25 Samuel St. ,...,....... . -F- Fackler, VVesley-141 Nladison St. ...,.... . Farewell, II'CllC1I2O Kaiser Ct. ......... . Farmer, VVayne-363 Parmaley Ave. Faulhaber, JHCR--130 Parkview Ct. ,.... . Fazekas, Elsie-116 W. River St. ........... . Feeley, Marilyn-R.D. 1, LaGrange .........,,,,,, Fees, Russell-345 Seventh St. .............r...... . Fell, Betty-320 S. Maple St. ............... . Fell, Dorothy--224 Furnace St. ........, . Fell, Lila--515 Woodland Ave. .............. . Ferguson, JHCR-IOOI Middle Ave. ..... . Feron, AHEC-319 Ninth St. .,.,.,............ . Feron, Treva-321 Sixteenth St. .,....... . Ferriman, Richard-710 East Ave. Fiedler, Ivan-119 Fremont St. ......... . Figler, Dorothy-115 Neufer Ct. ...... , Filler, Jean-162 Parmaley Ave. ......... . Finegan, jack-223 Howe St. ,........,.,,,,......,........., . Finnegan, Gerald-301 Huron St. ,,.,,,........,..... . Fitzpatrick, George-2102 South Oak S t. ..... . Flood, Betty LOU-II8 Blaine St. ,,,,............,,..... . Flood, Josephine-233 Batli'iSt. ,........i...,.....,,,,,,,... . Flynn, Bob-250 Fifth St. ....,,...,.,...........,..... , Folley, Harriett-S28 Cleveland St. ..... . Foreman, Eileen-227 Lake Ave. .... . Foreman, Geraldine-227 Lake Ave. ,,,....,...... . Fortman, Bob-351 High St. .A,,.....,,,,,,,,,,. . Foster, Mary-307 Sumner St. ............ . Foster, Robert-60 Samuel St. ,.,....... . Fowl, Ken-West Rid e Rd. .................. . g Fowl, Blalcolm-R.D. 2 ,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, Fowl, Patrica Ann-West Ridge Rd Fowler, Bette .IZIYIIC-859 Walnut St. ,,,,.,,.,,,,,, , Francis, Rosie Lee-121 VVaverly St Freeland, LaVonne-Murray Ridge Freeland, Mararet-Murray Ridge ,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,., Fridenstine, Harold-R.D. 3, Murray Ridge Fridenstine, Laura-R.D. 3, Murray Ridge F rieschkorn, Dorothy-R.D. 3 .,,,,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fritzsche, Allan, Jr.-254 Washington Ave. Fujka, Teddy-306 W. River St. ..............,...,,.,, . - G - Gaines, F8111-523 16 Bond St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Gallam, Mary-R.D. 3, Telegraph Rd. Gallam, Ruth-R.D. 3, Telegraph Rd. Gamble, Carle-706 Middle Ave. ................ ...... . Gardner, John-600 Foster Ave, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, , Gardner, C. Richard-212 Second St. ,......,,.. . Gardner, ROY-212 Second St, .,.,,,.,,.,.,,,,.,..,,,,.,,,, , Gardner, Sidney-600 Foster Ave. ........,.........,. . Garford, Betty-R.D. 3, Adelbert St. .............. . Garland, VVayne-337 Cambridge Ave. Gasser, Ted-244 Seventh St. ..............,..... . Gatens, Claramae-210 West Ave. Gates, Edgar D.-424 Second St. ...... . Gawura, Emily-180 Bell Ave. ................. . Gembka, VIOIH-126 Clark St. ............................. . Giembka, Florence-428 E. River St. .............. . Gerhardinger, HCICII-211 Harwood St. Gerhartinger, Mary-R.D. 1, Oberlin .....,,.,.,. Glbbens, Don-R.D. 3 ....................................... Gibson, Dorothy-107 Grant St. ......... . Gilbert, M. Alice-311 Lake Ave. ..,.,...... . Gilbert, Doris-1604 East Ave. .......................... . Gillespie, VVilliam-311 Seventeenth St. Given, Charles-234 Columbia Ave. .............. . Glass, Katherine-Fuller Rd. ................................,.. . Glass, VVillie GCI1C-20 Woodford Ave, Gleason, Ivlyrna-306 E. Broad St. ..... . Gleason, William-83016 Lake Ave. ..,.. . Gleisner, HOXN'3fd-ObCfllll ..,,.....,.,.......... Glover, Robert-511 West Ave. .............. . Goetz, Jean-125 'I annery St. ...........................,.... . Goldenberg, L0lllSC-148 Cornell Ave. .....,..... . Goldenberg, Thelma--148 Cornell Ave. Goldstone, Norman-622 Middle Ave. Gonda, Elizabeth-262 E. Broad St. ................. . Gouda, Nlagdalene-262 E. Broad St. .......,... . Gooden, Kenneth E.-227 Erie St. ..,.,.....,...... , Goodman, lllarion-119 Homesite Ct. ,,,........ . Goodman, Virginia-1 I9 Homesite Ct. ,.......... . Goodrich, Howard-119 S. Olive Ave. ....,...... . Goodrich, Virginia-1 IQ S. Olive Ave. .,..,...... . Goodspeed, HClCIl-1812 East Ave. ........... ..... . Gordon, Thelma LllCllC1l 149 West Av C. Gorman, Robert-205 Stanford Ave. ..........,.,. . Gotro, james T.-1 16 Williams St. ..... . Gottlieb, Harold-145 Garvin Ave. ..... . Gove, Sl'lCI'IH2lll-I22 Elizabeth St. ..,...,. , Grace, Joe-R.D. 1, LaGrange ,,.,.,....... Graham, Carl-615 Bond St. ........,...... . Graham, jean-121 Parkview Ct. ,......,... . Grahl, NOTIIIHII-206 Princeton Ave. ,,..,.....,.,. . Gray, Jean-No. 1 Gray Apts. .................... . Green, Lauretta-R.D. 3 ............................ Green, Lewis-165 Northrup St. ....... . Green, Shirley-1209 E. River St. ..................,..., . Green, Stanley--503 Cleveland St. .................... . Greene, Mildred-R.D. 1, E. River St. Greene, William-165 Northrup St. .........,....... , Greer, Charles-158 Northrup St. .................... . Greer, Edward-203 Princeton Ave. ...... . Gregorzyk, Walter-1824 Nliddle Ave. Grills, Harold-R.D. 2 ..............................,..... Grobe, Marian-Telegraph Road ..,.... Gross, Alfred-1720 East Ave. ..,......,., . Gross, Sidney-437 Kenyon Ave. ....................... . Grueser, Virginia-338 Furnace St. .........,......, . Il 9 ll 9 9 9 II 9 9 ll II Il 9 ll 9 ll IO 9 9 II IO Il IO IO II 9 9 II 9 I0 9 Il II 9 Il 9 IO 10 xo ll 9 IO IO 9 9 II 9 IO 9 IO 9 IO 9 9 9 II 9 II W. One Hundred Eighteen Eyesight ls Priceless. Light Is Cheap. Use More of It. It Serves and Saves. Electric coolcing costs if as much as you thinlc. The Chic Public Service Co. 500 BOYS CAN'T BE WRONG SR. HI-Y ARCHERY TOURNAMENTS JR. HI-Y TABLE TENNIS TRIPS GYM HOBBY CLUBS LEAGUES SWIM SOAP BOX DERBY HIKES oin the ' ' Hifi Gruse, Marion Louise-443 Adams St. ..,,,,..... . Gurchik, JOIIII-IO7 Malcolm Ct. ..................,.... . Gutowski, Ed-215 Lodi St. ................................... . .. H .. Haag, Barbara-1370 East Ave. ...,...... ..,.,..... . Haag, Robert-R.D. 3 ..........,...............,,,..A........ ...,.. Haake, Doris-30 Artemas Court ........................ Haas, Dolores-223 Fairlawn Ave. .... ..... . Hadaway, Arthur-R.D. 2 .................... ...... Hadaway, Dick-1 I I2 West Ave. .............,......... . Haldeman, Max-116 Glendale Ct. ................. . Halitzka, Lucille-316 S. Maple St. .,.,,.. ..... . Hall, Arch-512 East Ave. ...................... ........., . Hall, Arthur-512 East Ave. ........,..... .......... . Hall, Betty-510 West St. .......................... .......... . Hall, Mary Agnes-149 Huron St. .,,,.............A.. . Halpin, JCHII-I37 Garvin Ave. ...................,,,,... . Hamilton, Dorothy-507 E. River St. ........... . Hamilton, Eleanor-50992 E. River St. .....,.. . Hamlin, Lila-South Middle Ave. .................... . Hamula, Esther-8 Phillips Ct. .......... .......... . Hancock, Charles-1004 East Ave. .................... . Hancock, Lois-134 Denison Ave. .....,..........,...... . Hand, Joe-135 Huron St. .......................,.............. . Hand fside, Harlan T.-212 Boston Ave y . ..... . Haney, Charles-139 Brandston Ave. .............. . Harpster, Wallace--317 Cornell Ave Harvey, .IXCllI'ltl'li403 W. River St Harvey R0lHI1d-+403 W. River St. .................... . Haun, Cora-233 Ninth St. ..................,.......,,....... . Hanze, Geraldine-Stop 82, Oberlin Rd. ,,,.. , Hardaker, Norma-R.D. I ............................. ,.,....... A Hawthorne, Stewart-212 Washington ve. II Hearne, Bob-553 Ohio St. .............,...,........,........... . Heath, Herb-235 Erie St. .....,........................,....... . Heath, Jerry-235 Erie St. ...,.........................,........... . Heath, Marie Hazel-227 Chestnut St. ........ . Heath, Myrtle-227 Chestnut St. ...,.............,..... . Helling, Eleanore-215 Clark St. ........ ...,,..... . Helyes, Alfred-225 Beech St. ................. .......... . Hengesbaugh, Betty-513 Park Ave. ................. . Henke, Gailhert-6 Tattersall Ct. ............,.......,.. . Heritage, N0fHl3Hi37O Columbus St. .,,....,,., . Herman, Agnes-611 East Ave. ............................. . Herman, Dorothy-611 East Ave. .....,...,............. . Heskitt, Aileen B.-140 Courtland St. ........... . Heskitt, Floyd-140 Courtland St. .................... . Hicks, Dorothy-306 East Ave. ............................. . Highgate, Katherinej623 East Ave. ................. . Hill, Earl-363 Bridge St. ,.,,.,............. ................,.. . Hinderer, Lucille Christine-226 Boston Ave. Hines, Richard-R.D. 3, Gulf Rd. ............,....... . Hines, Roderick L.-R.D. 3, Gulf Rd. ........... . Hist, Clifford-118 Williams St. ........................., . Hjerge, Mildred-250 Eighth St. ....... .....,.,.. . Hoag, Constance-I I2 Homer St. ........ .,........ . Hoag, Kathryn-1370 East Ave. ........... .,,.. . Hobert, Mary Ann-313 Stanford Ave. ,,,.... . Hobill, Maryon-426 Oxford Ave. ,...,...........,,. . Hobill, Rollin'Frederick-426 Oxford Ave Hobill, Virginia-129 Lake Ave. ...,,................,... . Hockaden, Bill-243 Thirteenth St. ...,............ . Hoffman, Virginia-416 Middle Ave. ............. . Hofmann, john F.-115 Charles Ct. ..........,,. . Hofmann, Phil-115 Charles Ct. ......................... . Hogan, Dorothy-R.D. 3, Lake Ave. ............. . Hogan, Patricia-126 Lincoln Ct. ..........,..,,.... . Hogue, Dick-130 E. Bridge St. .......,....,,,.......... . Hoke, George-316 Stanford Ave. ......,,.,.....,... . Holliday, Philip Grant-R.D. 2, State St. .. Homoky, Louis JHIIICS-241 W. River St. .... . Hopewelle, Mary Ethel-1736 Middle Ave Hopewell, PI'CStOIl-1736 Middle Ave. ....... . Hopewell, QlllIltCll3-323 Seventeenth St. .. Hopkins, Dora-R.D. 2 .......,..........,..,...,...,...........,..,.. Hopkins, Doris-128 S. Olive St. .,...... ......... . Horace, Harold-I Frank Ct. .............................., . Horace, Richard-I Frank Ct. .....,................,..... . Horning, Dudley-1025 W. River St. ........., . Horning, .I'3.Ck1IO25 W. River St. .......,......,. . Horvath, Pete-R.D. I, LaGrange ..............,,.,... Housman, Donald JCC-259 N. Abbe Rd. .. Howard, John-R.D. 2 ..........................,.........,,......,,. Howe, VVillie George-421 Fourteenth St. ., Hoy, Bob-7 Frank Ct. ..,..,....,............,...,,,.....,.......... . Hoy, june Ann-7 Frank Ct. .,,,,...,,..,...............,.. , Hoy, Marjorie-7 Frank Ct. ...,.....,.,,.,.,...,..,.......... . Hudson, Vivian-346 Columbia Ave. ,..,....,,... . Huebner, Barbara-R.D. 2, Oberlin Ave. Hull, Blll13O3 E. Hts. Blvd. ...............,........... ff Hull, Carol Dorothy-826 West Ave. .......... . Hull, Helen Louise-317 Oxford Ave. .......... . Hull, Wanda Eileen-317 Columbia Ave ...... Hultz, Jack M3SOll1226 Denison Ave. ....,.. . Hummrich, -13.116-l34 Charles Ct. ......,............ . Humphrey, Mary-347 Twelfth St, ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,, , Humphrey, Maryanne-401 Middle Ave. .... . Hunker, Phyllis-270 Winckles Sr. ....,,,.,,..,,,,,.. . Hurd, Claire-111 Highland Ct. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.., . Hurlbut, Jim-R.D. 2 ,,,.,,......,,,.,..,..,..,.,,,...,,.,,,.,.,,.,,,., Hurst, Donald-R.D, I, LaGrange ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Hurst, Virginia Belle-R.D. I, LaGrange .. .. 1 - Ickes, .VZIIUCS-603 Lodi St. ,,.,,....,,,,,,., .,., . Ignatz, Frank-358 W. River St. ....... . Ignatz, Zoltan-358 W. River St. ....... . Ignatz, William-127 Blake St. ...,...... . Ingram, Margaret-South Prospect St Ingwer, Keith-208 Glenwood St. ....... . Innes, GCOfgC-644 Lodi St, ,,,,,,,,.,,,, , Imre, Mary-136 Irondale St. .....,.... . Irion, Rlltll-423 Third St. ,.,,.,,.... . Ives, Doris-318 Sumner St. ,....... . Une Hundred CENTRAL BOOK STORE 1:00145 1'lc'l'L'R1Qs s'1',x'1'luN1f:l:Y l.li.AX'l'HliR moons iiRI'1li'l'INll uxlms lfcm .fXl.l. OL'L'.LNSlONS 371 BROAD STREET PHONE 2889 KOPLIN'S DRUG STORE lfole l"ll.NIS IQUIJAIQS FISHING 'l',Xl'Iil.li :mal l.lL'lCNSlCS I'IIO'l'U FINISHING 638 LODI STREET PHONE 2723 NYITII 'l'IIIi L'UNll'l.lNlICN'l'S Ol? THE LEEDALE BEAUTY SHOPPE V4JN6iR.AX'l'L'l..-YlxliDNS .NND SL 'CL'liSS 'VU THIC CI..-XSS OI? 1940 OSTROV'S llumlrrrl I 711-V071 1' dj- Jabbusch, Bob--R.D. 3 ....,.....................,.,.. .......... Jackson, Doug-149 Brandston Ave. Jackson, Jimmy-R.D. 2 ...,....,.,,,.............,,....,...,........ Jalowiec, HCICIIiI52 Warren Ave. ..,,,..,,........ . Janierson, Betty-247 Oberlin Rd. .........A,,,,,...., . Janowicz, Frank Walter-425 Fifteenth St. Janowicz, lIfIary-425 Fifteenth St. .,.....4.. ...... . Jaycox, Elmer Leslie-128 Howard Ave. ..... . Jenkins, Elizabeth Juanita-1 II Hazel St. Jenkins, Ida A.-I II Hazel St. .....................,..,.... . Jenney, Sterling-191 Bath St. ....,,......,................ . Jenson, NCZI-415 Second St. .....,...............,.......... . Jiovanazzo, Catherine--123 Elizabeth Ct. Jiovanazzo, DOITIIIIIC-I23 Elizabeth Ct. ..... , Johnson, Bob-R.D. 3 ............................ ,.,...,.......,,...,.,. Johnson, Ivan Clifford-115 Longford Ave. Johnson, James-167 F airlawn Ave. ................. . Johnston, DRTYCII-IQO Sheriff St. ......,......,..,... . Johnston, Ledora lIIae-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. Jones, Bob Andrew-239 Harwood St. ........ . Jones, Claudia-358 Columbus St. ,......,,....,... Jones, Jacqueline Ellen--400 Louisiana Ave. Jordan, Richard Dale-421 E. Broad St. ..... . Joswig, Shirley Mae-329 Harvard Ave. ...., . Joy, Faith-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. .,,......,.i..i....,... . Joy, Florence-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. .......,......... . Justen, Eugene-223 Roosevelt Ave. ..... Justen, Margaret-121 Lewis Ct. ......... .... . Justin, EVCIYII--136 Garvin Ave. Jweczynski, Andrew-R.D. 3, N. Murray Ridge ........,....,,...................,...,.... -K- Kaczay, Olga-R.D. 3 ...................,..,........,.... ......,,.. Kaczmarczyk, JOIIII-I3I2 VVest Ave. ...,,.,.... . Kaiser, Jack-263 Harwood Ave. ......,.. .,i. . Kaiser, Jim-352 Seventh St. ,............., , Kaiser, Phil-430 Lodi St. ,,,,,,...,. . Kapcar, Mick-129 Elbe St. ...... . Kaplan, Louie-301 Lodi St. .......... . Kaplan, Miriam--301 Lodi St. ......... . Karnes, Bob-711 Poplar St. ........., . Kasik, Anne-R.D. 2 ,,.............,.,....,. Kastler, Raymond-R.D. 2 ..........,..,,,. Kastler, Rose Mary-R.D. 2 ,,.,.......,.,,...,,, ,,,,. Kauffman, KCIII1Cthf604 Lake Ave. ,,,...,.,....,.,. , Kavalecz, .Eleanor-248 VV. River St. Ixeech, Nial-R.D. 3 ,.,,.....,,,,,.....,..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,, Kehnert, Arthur-280 Roosevelt Ave. Keith, Alma-804 Lake Ave. .........,,,,,,...,,, ,..,,,,,, , Keith, Ernestine-R.D, 2 ..,,ii..,..,,,,,,,,, Keller, Ruth-VV. River Rd. .,.,,....,..,,. , Kelley, Edith-417 E. Broad St. .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , Kelly, Eleanor-143 Fairlawn Ave, ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,. , Kelly, Mary-500 Park Ave. .,............, , Kenawell, Bill-143 Charles Ct. ...... , Kent, Arnold-234. Boston Ave, ........, . Kent, LZWYCIICCLZS4 Boston Ave. ...,...... . Kershaw, EdNV3fdlIOI Furnace St. ....... . Kershaw, Mary Rlltli-115 Brooklyn St 9 I I I I I I Ketchum, Irene Esther-1154 E. River Rd. 9 Keyes, Mary JO-442 Oxford Ave. ....,.. . Kiehm, Helen-215 E. Hts, Blvd. ..,...., . King, Anna-R.D. 3 ...,.,......................,,....... King, Herbert--Nichols Block , Kipf, Betty-411 Tenth St. ..............,......., . Kirk, Robert-544 Second St. ....,....,....,,....., . Kirkpatrick Rhona-114 Lincoln Ct. .... , Klamut, Dorothy-132 E. Bridge St. ..,. , Klein, Jean-320 Stanford Ave. ..,,,............. . Klein, Robert-220 VVe::t Ave, .........,.,.......... . Klekotta, Barbara-143 S. Olive St. ....... . Klirnczak, EdXV2.I'C.I-143 Huron St. ,..,... . Klinect, EUgClIC-I8O Longfellow St. .,., L Klyop, Ann-200 Fifteenth St. ................... . Klyop, EICRIIOTQSZO Fifteenth St. .. ...,. Klyop, Mary-200 Fifteenth St. ................ . Knepper, Jenny Lind-324 E. Bridge St Knerien, Keith-126 Parkview Ct. .......... . Knowles, Jack-705 Penfield Ave. ............. . Kochis, Elizabeth--523 Furnace St. ....... . Koepp, Carl-352 Ninth St. ...,,,........,......., . Koepp, Ruth-328 Ninth St. ,.............. . Koplin, Harry-S25 VVest Ave. .... . Koske, Bob-335 Lodi St. .,.,...... . Koske, Gregory-335 Lodi St. ....... . Kostyo, Bill-603 Fifteenth St. ..,..,.,. . Kostyo, Bob--603 Fifteenth St. ...,....... Kowalewski, Olive-417 Bond St. ......., , Kowalski, Chester-1710 West Ave. ...i... . Kozel, Cecilia-633 West St. ..........,......,.... . Kozel, Helen Agl1CSi4I6 Jefferson St. Kozmits, GCZ3-229 Beech St. .,..,,....,,,.....,.,. . Kozopas, John-R.D. 3 .....,......cc...,.c,.. .,,., Krabec, Frances-R.D. 2 ....,.....,,.....,,,,,, . Krebs, DOIIZICI-II2 Ivlound St. ,,.... . Krebs, PHIIIZIZ6 Harwood St. ,,,,,,...,.... . Krieg, Barbara-326 Tenth St. .............,,.... . Kristoff, Josephine-885 VV. River St. .. Kristoff, Stanley-885 VV. River St. ....,..... . Kruecinski, Victor-327 Eighteenth St. .. no I I I I 9 io io 9 I I 9 9 9 I I . .,.. IO I I I I 9 I I I I IO IO 9 I0 I I I0 9 I I IO I I 9 IO IO IO . ,.,, IO 9 IO I I 9 . .... I I I I 9 Krupka, Floyd-281 Bonair Ave. ..,,.......,.c......,.,, ix Krusheski, Jennie-1306 West Ave. ..,..........,.... 9 Kubuske, Katherine-I II Riverdale Ct. Kubuske, Margaret-I II Riverdale Ct. Kucharek, Helen--444. Eighth St. ,....,,... Kucharek, Roman-44.4 Eighth St. .......... . Kuffner, Margue1'ite-209 Blaine St. .... . Kuhl, Lawrence-2 Frank Ct, ,.,.,.,.......,., . -L- LaCrosse, Bert-119 Taft Ave. .......,, . Laker, HRITYLSZQ Elm St. ......,...,..,,...,,,i. , Lamoreaux, YVOI'lIICi2I3 Sixth St. ,,,.,.. . 9 IO IO . ......... I I IO IO 9 9 One Hundred Twentytwo E Congratulates time Members of tl1e 1940 Graduating Class, anci our sincere wislw for tl1em is HEALTH WEALTH HAPPINESS Manufacturers of time famous Left 81 Riglwt Rubber Heels tlwat lceep you treading level Lapp, lllary--134 Warren Ave. ,....,,......... . Lash, William-331116 Furnace St. ,e........ . Lauer, Russell-R.D. 2 ,....,.......,,...,...,.....A....... Lauer, Warren-R.D. 2 .....,.....,,......,..,....,,,.,....,, Lavalle, Geraldine-219 Winckle St. .,....,,,...., . Laver, Gerald-Stop 9, Lake Ave. ...,,,.... . Lawson, Roy-423 Tremont St. ..,..,...,, , Leamon, Bernice-529 Irondale St. ......,.,. . Leamon, JZIIIICS-529 lrondale St. ,..,.,,. . Leatherman, Doris-190 Bell Ave. ,,,,, . Leber, ,lack-827 East Ave. ,,,,,,,,,..,...... . Leber, Vi0lCt-827 East Ave. .........,,,,,,.. . Ledyard, Juanita-128 Quincy St. ........ . Lee, MOIIH-I32 Harwood St. ............ . Leko, Steve-I20 Parkview Ct. ...,.,... . Leonowich, Joe--R.D. 2 ,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,, M ,.r,,,,, ,, Leppien, HCYIIIHH-310 Maple St. .,..,... , Lesesky, HClCU-250175 Fifth St, ,,,,,,,,,4,,.r,,,,,,,,,,., , Lesesky, Stanley-25092 Fifth Sr, 44,,...,.,,.. . Letterly, Russell-R.D. 3, W. River Letterly, Ruth-West River Rd. .... . Lewis, Annie-7 Shear St. ,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Ligotke, Wolfgang-422 Bonair Ave. .,,. . Limovitz, Norman-7II Broad St. .. Limpach, ClCtUS1I6I Courtland St Limpach, Virgil-161 Courtland St. Lindell, David-I2I East Ave. ....,..... , Linden, Donald-R.D. I, Abbe Rd. Linden, William-R.D, 3 .,,,,,.,.,,,A,,,..,,,,,,,,, Linn, DOI13ld+I29 Glendale Ct. ,,,,,,.. . Linskey Blanche VV River St I ' I 1 - - Lmville, jonh-908 VVest Ave, ,..44,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , Livelsberger, Clifford-5 Plaza Apt., 5th St. Longbrake, Clarence-R.D. 2 ....................... Lonsway, Bob-239 Erie St. .,.sss.,4,,,,,,,s.,,,.,,, , Looper, Mack-353 Second St. .......,. . Lother, Victor-Grafton .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,., Lottmann, Mildred-Box 361 ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Lounsbrough, Alvin-322 Prospect Lowery, JOB-327 Columbus St. ..,.,,....,,,,.. . Lugas, Claire-1818 Middle Ave. ,....... . Lumadue, Jilll-314 Longford Ave. Lumley, Richard-I2I Beverly Ct, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , Luppino, GFHCC-612 Lodi St, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Lyndon, Alan-700 E. River St. .........., , Rd. ..... . 9 9 II IO 9 IO 9 I0 IO 9 II 9 9 II 9 II IO 9 9 II II IO IO IO I0 n-1 NONONO'-'XOMDKDXO II 9 9 IO IO I0 IO 9 IO II 9 Lysaght, Jack-215 Cleveland St. ,,,,,... .,...... Y V. -Mc- McClellan, Anne-227 E. Hts. Blvd lVIcCullough, Earl-134 Elbe St. ..... . McCullough, Louise-134 Elbe St. ,,,.,..... . McDermott, Bob-845 Bond St, .,,,,,,..,, s McDonald, Alyce-409 VVest Ave. ............,,.,.,.. . lUcGowin, Shirley-I I0 Wurst Ct. ....,.. . McGregor, Helen-513 E. River St. ..,. . lN'IcGuire, Tom-400 Kenyon Ave. McIntyre, Rue-169 Longfellow St. ....... . lVIcKenzie, Russel-I42 Northrup St. ,.,,,,.,,,,,,, , 9 II IO IO IO IO II 9 9 IO lvlcliitrick, Grace-316 Prospect St. ,,,,,............. IO NIcLaughlin, Virginia-I I5 Fairlawn Ave. I I lUcNeal, Ray-243 Cornell Ave. ............,..,.,,,.... IO McWilliams, Ann-I24 Harrison St. ............... 9 -M- lVIacBeth, Clayton-R.D. 3 ...........,.......i................... Il MacDonald, Ruth Ellen-310 Fifth St. ....,.... Il MacFarland, Edward-169 Hamilton St. MacFarland, Shirley-169 Hamilton St. 9 9 lWacKenzie, Jean-540 E. Broad St. ............... I0 MacMullen, Bill-317 Furnace St. .,,..,............ IO llflacon, Fannie-1832 Middle Ave. .i................ I0 Madok, Helen-IO49 E. River St. ................,,... IO Mahilo, Harry-R.D. 2 ...,,....,,,,,,..........,,.........,,..,,...... 9 llflahilo, John-R.D. 2 ...............................,........,,............ 9 Malanowski, Bernard-354 Thirteenth St . IO Malanowski, Chester-348 Twelfth St. ......... IO Malanowski, Eunice-428 Twelfth St. ....,.,,.... 9 llialick, Stanley-618 Lodi St. ....................... ..... 9 Malik, john-II4 Irondale St. ......,.....,........,........ Il Maringer, Kenneth-R.D. I, LaGrange ..,,,.... 9 Marquis, Maynard--R.D. 2 ..........,...............,......... 9 Marsh, Don-337 Stanford Ave. .........,........,........ II Marsh, Gay-R.D. 3, Adelbert St. ...,.......... IO Marsico, Lucy-320 E. River St. ......... ........i. I I Marsico, Sam-320 E. River St. .......,.,., .......... 9 Martin, Philip-316 Tenth St. ,....,..........,,,........,.. II lVIartin, Richard-II6 Beverly Ct. ........,.. ..... 9 Martin, Ruby-916 Walnut St. ............ .......... I O Mason, AlCCk-II4 Floral Ct. ......... , 9 Mason, Chet-113 Franklin Ave. ..., .......... I O lllason, Harriet--R.D. 2 ,............. .......... I O NIHSOII, jack-401 Lodi St. .....i...,.. . lVIason, Mary Jane-R.D. 2 ...,.,.... llflason, Warren-401 Lodi St. ....,......... . Mason, Willard-I I4 Floral Ct. ................ . 9 I I 9 9 Masseling, Lawrence--I I2 Cornell Ave. .,....... 9 Matyas, Margaret-367 Vulcan St. ......i.....,i...i... 9 Maurer, Dick-158 Courtland St. ...... .....,,... I I Mayda, Chet-457 Cleveland St. .......,. ,.......I. I O Maynard, Bettie-324 Fifth St. ,.,.., .......... I 0 Meckler, Lois-246 Denison Ave. ..... . Meckley, Dick-219 Cornell Ave. .......... . 9 II Meecha, Amelia-122 Northrup St. .................. 9 Meecha, Elmer-122 Northrop St. ..................... II Meeker, Mike-210 W. River St. ........,............... II lvleinke, Richard-III Hamilton St. .......,..,.... 9 Meinke, ,Wayne--237 Howe St. .............I.......,..... II Meldrum, Jessie-627 Dewey Ave. ,..............,.. IO llieredith, Hubert-134 E. Hts. Blvd. ,,..,....... II Rlergard, J0l'lII-437 W. River St. .,.........,......... IO Mertz, Grace-1303 Bank St. ........,........ . Metera, Frank-1606 West Ave. 9 9 llletera, Wanda-1606 West Ave. ..................... IO Meyer, Alvin-234 Washington Ave. ..,...,.,,..... IO llleyer, RLlthl204 Second St. .,...,...,,.,......... . 9 Michowka, Julia-R.D. 3, Lake Ave. ............... II One Hundred Tufentyfo ur HESS and HESS PHARMACY RIil.I.XIll.lC l'Rl'1SQ'RIl"l'lONS 112 li. Ilmzul Sl. Vlmm' 3427 lflyria, Uhio RE S AR, the Florist XYQ- clcliu-1' Hmvcrs zmx'wl1crc inclucling' :LH Slll'I'UUlNliI1gI towns v- v. , ,. . ,-- I'llUfXl', L5 .XXII Wlz XX Il.l, Nl. Xlxlz A-Xl.I. .XRNXNCQ-ICNIICNTS FOR XYICIJDINKR .NND I'.XR'I'Y lJIiL'UR.X'l'lUNS 1435 E. River St- COpen Sundayj Phone 3156 THE HUFFMAN - HUBBARD CO. cplcxr-Qlul, 1NsL'leAxNc'l2 lzuxns 204 NIASUNIL' 'u'1ax11'l.1f: PIIUNIC 2141 H. W. 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I ,,.,.........,.............,. Noster, IJC0IlHl'd-128 Hazel St. ....,. . Noster, Lucille-318 Fifteenth St, ...... . Notley, Dorothy-228 Gates Ave. Notley, Janet-228 Gates Ave. ............... . Novak, Don-611 Dewey Ave. ......,............ . Novak, Rosemary-830 W. Broad St. ..,. . Novakoski, Catherine-356 Denison Ave. Noveske, Grace-1536 East Ave. ..........i.. . Noveske, ,l3.IllS-131 Homer St. ........ ' -0- Oates, llflaynard-165 WVarren Ave. ..........,.,. . O'Brien, lylary Louise-635 Cambridge Obringer, FI'2illClSZI45 Clark St. ........,.... . O'Donnell, joan-328 Fourth St. ............. . lVIoise, sI0l'1I1-119 Columbus St. ..........,..,. . Montagnese, Frank-315 Eighteenth St. Nloon, Claire Marie-415 West Ave. Moon, Glenn-R.D. I, Abbe Rd. ......,., . lyloore, -lOl'lI'l--lll Mechanic St. ....,...., ..,,,,,, . llloore, Lucille-416 Third St. ...,.,.... ,,,..... . Moore, Virginia-416 Third St. ,.........,. ,,.,.... . Morris, George-226 Princeton Ave. .............. . Morse, Hattie-124 Mendel Ct. ,,.,,....... .,.,.,,. . lllottola. WCSSOll1I2O Chase St. ..,.,,.., . lVIudge, Clarence-124 Lewis Ct. ........ . Mudge, hlarjorie-124 Lewis Ct. ........ . Muffly, Allen-R.D. 1 ........................,.,.....,... ...,,,,,. Murbach, John J.-346 Oxford Ave. ..,,, . lyfustin, Harry-601 West Ave. ,.,......,. , Okuley, Loretta-1320 West Ave. ,........, . Oldfield. Bob-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. ....... . Olmstead, Hazel-535 Second St. ,.,... . Olsen, H. Robert-Gulf Farms .....,......, O'Malley, Peggy-211 Princeton Ave. .. Upper, Margaret-1024 West Ave. Orlowski, JZIHC-510 Sixteenth St. ...... . Orr, Angeline-1202 West Ave. ..... .. Orvis, BCYIY-208 Lodi St. .,,......,... . Osborne, Karl-118 Neufer Ct. ,............i..... . Ostrov. Dan-308 E. Hts. Blvd. .,,,............ . Oswald, Mildred-113 Lexington Ave. Otten, Betty LIKE-406 Furnace St. ....,.. . -P- Myers, Clinton-333 Twelfth St. .......,, . Myers, JTJYCC-243 E. Broad St. ...,......., . lylyers, Norman-325 Kenyon Ave. Myers, VVanda-3.1.2 E. River St. .,....... . Myers, William E.-519 Bond St. ,,.,.....,.,,...,..i.,. . lVIyers, VVilliam Z.-3.1.6 Ninth St. ..,......,....,,,,.. . llflynchenberg, GCOfgC-I4l Denison Ave. -N- Nagy, Florence-443 VV. River St. ..... Nagorka, Helen-162 S. Abbe Rd. ,.,. . Nagy, Judy-II7 VV. River St. ......... . Namy, NCd-209 Broad St. ............. . Namy, Sylvia-209 Broad St. ,..........,...,. . Neill, NZHCY-II3 Princeton Ave. .... . Newbiser, Carol-231 Fourteenth St. Nevins, Phoebe-323 North St. .,,,,..,....,,........,,,,,,, , Nicholas, GCOI'gC-218 Princeton Ave. Nickoli, Bob-119 Brie St. ,......,...,.,,,.......,.,,, ,,,,.... , Nichols, Beth-1815 East Ave. ,,.,,.... . Nichols, Doris-1815 East Ave. ......... . Nichols, Gidell-1535 East Ave. ,,,,.,..,. . Niegowski, Frank-1410 West Ave. .. Niegowski, ThCfCS2-l2I3 Bank St. .. Niegowski, ZlgIl1llIld1l8IO West Av e. ........ . Norman, Marilyn-205 Harvard Ave. ..,...,..,. . Paerh, Emily-III Denison Ave. .. Page, Lester-108 Mound St. ..... ........ . Pahl, Edward-241 Oxford Ct. ...... . Palik, Elllil-I27 lVIendel Ct. ............ . Pallardy, El3lI1C-IIO Denison Ave. Pallardy, TOIN-I I0 Denison Ave. ..... . Palinski, Basil-501 Dewey Ave. ................. . Palmer, Margaret-Nichols Block ............ S Palmer, Shirley-207 West St. ............,.,.......... . Paonessa, Antoinette-1617 West Ave. ....... . Papey, Bill-R.D. 3, Ford Rd. ............................ . Parke, Wilma-349 Second St. ......................... . Pasenow, MClV'll1-1320 W. River St. .. Pasenow, Russell-310 S. Maple St. ....... . Patania, Dominic-127 S. Logan St. ....... . Patterson, Hartley-1009 E. River St. .. Patton, Kathryn-331 Third St. ................ . Paty, Robert--221 Wolf Ct. ,,.,,...........,.... . Pawinski, joe-I806 Middle Ave. ...... . Pawinski, John-1806 Middle Ave. Pawlikowski,Helen-I24 Garvin Ave. ....... . Payne, jerrine-338 Cambridge Ave. ......., .. Peabody, Aubrey-537 Third St. ......... . Pelter, Glen-64. Samuel St. .........,..... . Pelton, Doris-303 Cleveland St. ......... . Penora, Mary--150 School St. ......... . One Hundred Um' lllnnfrrrf 'l'z4'rf1ty.u'w1z DG K-do :QU mb. me Em :zz m3 E S., Om J EREDITH :ua N1 222 C Q4 ua Q: O. M?- Iv' 4 A U Od 4 D'-I II I" Ld Z Z Ld EC L!-I m Ld ld DG rn 4 E O IE I-' U ill D6 Ld Q Ld O DG IE Z ft E.. 1 Za IZ Ld bd: A.- 4 3 I I-4 Ld. Z Z .ae .. .93 U -vu 1. o a. m E 6 U E .2 E u 4: U 3 ns .r: m L. m I :S U La .. N E o .. :x 41 x: 1. U 6 U ui -o L. ru .o .D : I 1: N E Ld ,CCS :1: , U O VJ 22. ME 4:1 00.3 NE- 42 Kill! -. yr mm MA FOLEY Corp. ERLY Co son BEV LY E BLAKE Mfg. Co. 2-rs RTR Ely GE S RET LUGA West, A y. .- H gm if 2 .C Q as V1 O5 U -.. 9412 ma N Zan ua .xi D12 I2 U aa Ili md HU QQ, IP' I-1 I-1 L11 DQ Z 42.2 E u. u. 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Gordie Bell was beautified with makeup at assembly? The Elyria band boys wanted to join the Cleveland Heights band because of the pretty girls? Sid Gross was reprimanded for talking too much in speech class? Miss Stofer, in English VII class, asked Dave Huffman the meaning of "Burlesque" referring of course, to literature. Dave took it wrong? The new Book Room on First Floor Tech was completed for use at the close of Semester I? .YA 014. Principal Shively told the difference between a lady and a diplomat-as follows: When a diplomat says yes, he means perhaps, when he says perhaps, he means no. When a lady says no, she means perhaps, and when she says perhaps, she means yes. M. D. and B. D. had an argument about the strain of deceitfulness in woman and he said, "I suppose that you hold that a man should never deceive his wife." "Oh no," she smiled, "1 wouldn't say that. How would it be possible for the average man to get a wife if he didn't deceive her ?" U 4' Hundred I 1'l71fyT1ilIl' The Stud,ent Cabinet sponsored the First Evening Dance, lvlay 3? lN'Iiss Littleton announced to her IOB English class that she was about to read aloud an essay entitled, "Dissertation on Roast Pig" written by Charles Lamb? In a Latin II class studying principle parts of verbs, Miss Parmelee philosophized, "I have been in school for several year-ful!" Phil Kaiser wrote his masterpiece on love? Don Swiers got his "alley haircut"? Two teachers, Miss Klopfenstein and Mr. Short, were on crutches? Rothard Buterbaugh was asked in sociology class what good "monogamy" was and he said he didn't know. He must be planning to be a bachelor? Miss Elizabeth Brown's left hand-you know which finger-sparkled with a large diamond? k --0..,i. J. T. quoted Voltaire saying, "The secret of being tiresome is to tell everything." Harold Stanford asked his father, "Who was Hamlet ?" "Huh!", said his Dad, "bring me the Bible, you ignoramus, and I'll show you who he was." Assistant Principal Severs said, "There are three kinds of liars, according to VVm. Howard Taft: the dammed liar, the expert witness, and the after dinner speaker who says, 'I'll not detain you long'." Perkins, .lack-630 Lodi St. .........,......,.,.... ....... . Perkoski, Helen-223 Erie St, ..,,..............,,,,,. . Persensky, Eugene-355 Eleventh St. .............. . Peterman, Pete-II2 Fourth St. ,.,........... ,,,,,.. . Peters, Dorothy-142 Fourth St. ...... .,..... . Petroff, Ethel-1103 Middle Ave. .........., ....... . Petrus, Alex-128 Blake St. .....,............,.,,....,.,,,,... . Peugh, Margaret-828 W. Broad St. .......,,..... . Phelps, Lois--511 Cleveland St. ......,,,..... .r..... . Phillips, Christine-307 West Ave. Phillips, HHYFQVLSSO Winckles St. ...,........,,,..... . Phillips, Robert-120 W. Bridge St. ............., . Pileski, Sophia-113 West St. ,,,...............,. ..,,,., , Pileski, Ted-113 West St. ..........,......,... ..,,,,, , Pinter, Rudy-219 W. River St. .............. ....... . Pinter, ThC0dOl'6-219 VV. River St. ....,..........., . Pitkin, Bert-135 Madison St, .........,,,,,... ,,,,,., , Pitts, Bob--244 Fifth St. ...........,,.....,....,.,,,,,,, ....,,, . Pitts, Louis-II7 Clinton Ave. ..........,..,,...,,,,,,..... . Plas, Helen Marie-R.D. I, LaGrange ......... Plato, ADDR-1529 W. River St. ,,...,...,,,.,,.rr.,.,. , Podraski, Helen-650 Lodi St. ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,.......... . Pogan, Joe-1322 VV. River St. ,,,.,,.,.,..,,.,,,,,,r..,. . Polacsek, Elizabeth-602 Fifteenth St, ,,,,,,...., . Polen, Sam-R.D. 2 ,..........,,,,...,,,,,,,,,...,r...,,,,,,,,,.,.,...,,,... Polgar, .l0l'lI1-337 W. River St. ,.,,.,...,,,,, ,,,,,,, , Polgar, Paul-337 W. River St. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,.r . Polimene, Angela--333 Eighteenth St. ........... . Polvoorde, Betty--Logcabin, Fairgrounds Pomeroy,Robert-211 Bath St, .....,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. , Porter, Richard-251 Thirteenth St. .............. . Post, Cec1l- 1403 East Ave. ,.,.,....,,,,,,...,,.r, ,,,,,,, . Poulsen, Oswald-R.D. 1, Grafton ,,,,, ...,.... Powell, .lack-514 Second St. ,,,,,,...,....r ,,,,,,, , Powell, Jim-514 Second St. ,,..,............. ,..,,.. . Prindle, Barbara-W. River Rd. ......... ....... . Prochazka, George-R,D. 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,. Prunner, Ted-21 Chestnut St. ,,,..,... ..,,... , -Q- Quiek, Winifred-235 Sixteenth St. ,,,,,.,.....,,.,, . -R- Race, Dale-229 N. Olive St, ..,,,.,.,. ,,,,,,, , Racz, Clara-544 Furnace St. ,.,,,..... ,,.,... , Rader, Robert-R.D. 1, Grafton ..,...... ,......, Rahrig, Marcella-114 Grant St. ,,..,,,,,,, .,..,., , Raidle, Richard-230 W. River St, ......,, ...,.,. . Randles, JCZUI--IlO8 Lake Ave. ,,,.,,... ,..,.,, , Ranker, Barbara-1018 East Ave. .,,,,,...,,,,,.,,.,,,,, , Rankin, Wes-369 E. Bridge St. ,,,..,,,,.,,...,...,..,.,, , Rasner, Eileen Marie-821 W. Broad St. Ratcil, Xvvendell-205 Longfellow St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.. . Ray, Giles-427 Kenyon Ave. .............,..,,.. ....,.. . Ray, Sterling-123 Riverside Ct. ,.,,,,,.. .,...,, , Read, Margaret-R.D, 2 ,,.....,......,...,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,, Ready, Geraldine-243 Denison Ave. .. ..,.. Reddinger, Ed-166 Courtland St. .................... . Redington, TOIII-284 Washington Ave. Reed, Ceeila MHCZZ43 N. Olive St. ................. . Reese, Bob-112 Water St. .......................... ....... . Regecz, Emma-X62 Bath St. ,,.................. ...,... . Reinhardt, ,lack T.-400 Oxford Ave. ........... . Reinhardt, Richard-912 Lake Ave. .........,....,,, . Reinhardt, Shirley Ann-400 Oxford Ave. Reising, Joseph--R.D. 2 ........i........................,.............. Renninger, Bill-527 Second St. ................i......... . Renz, Don-342 Harvard Ave. ......, ....... . Resar, Mary-1435 E. River St. .............. ....,.. . Resar, Wendla-308 E. Broad St. ...,......, i...... . Revercomb, Marian-513 Park Place .........,..,.. Revercomb, M3fj0fiC-513 Park Place ....... .... Revercomb, Phyllis-513 Park Place .........,..... Reynolds, Harold-411 Second St. ........ ....... . Rhoads, Kathleen-311 Gulf Rd. ......,........,..,.... . Rhodes, Calvin-903 Park Ave. ....................,..... . Rhodes, Gloria-903 Park Ave. ,..,.......,,.,............,. . Richards, Ralph-R.D. 3, YV. River Rd. Ries, WHYYCU-257 Harrison St. ........,.............. . Ristas, Angeline-1614 Middle Ave. .. ..... Ristas, Cristo-1614 Middle Ave. ,,.,.,..... ....,.. . Ristas, John-1614 Middle Ave. ......,,. ....... . Ristas, Mary-1614 Middle Ave. ...... ....... . Roberts, lvlargaret-W. River Rd. ........ ....... . Roberts, Marion-W. River Rd. .........,,............... . Robertson, Lois-139 Stanford Ave. ...........,..... . Robertson, Nancy-268 Lexington Ave. Robertson, Pete-139 Stanford Ave. ................. . Robertson, Ruth-217 Third St. ........... ....... . Robinson, Clare-240 Cambridge Ct. ............,. . Robinson, Dorothy--341 Bonair Ave. .. ..... Robson, Elizabeth-R.D. I, Grafton ............... Rockwood, SHITI-51.1. Washington Ave. . ..... .. Rodin, Nick-R.D. 2 .....,.................................,. ....,... Rogers, Pat-333 West Ave. ....................... ....... . Roig, June Eleanor--183 Spruce St. ....,,........ , Rone, HClCIl-l2I Wav'erly St. .........,.,,,,.. .,...,. . Roosevelt, Ted-105 Second St. ......... .,..... . Root, Darrell-251 Winckles St. ...... ....... . Root, Vivian-251 Winckles St. ......,.,..........,...... . Rose, Harold-R.D. ,,..,.....,,.,.....,.,........,.,..,.......,,.......,,,, . Rosecrans, Douglas-226 W. Bridge St. Rosenau, XV3lt0ll-319 Harvard Ave. ........,..... . Ross, Carol .lean-373 Furnace St. ..................., . Ross, June-373 Furnace St. ......,.,........,..... ....,.. . Roth, Ernest-R.D. 3, Griswald Rd. .............. . Rothgery, Walter-344 Princetow Ave. ........ . Rothgery, William-818 West Ave. ...., ....... . Rotunda, Sam-240 Fifth St. .................... ....... . Rourke, Edmond-241 Broad St. ....,..,...........,... . Rowe, Betty Lou-406 Columbus St. .........,,... . Rowley, Russell-R.D. 2 ....,....,,,..,...,............. .....,.. Ruhl, Bob-316 E. Broad St. ..........,,.,...........,,..... . Rurka, GCI1CVlCVC-ISS Caroline St. ,....,........... . Ruth, jack-378 E. Bridge St. .......,......,.. ,...... . Ruth, Ralph-329 West Ave. .............,. ....... . II IO 9 Il 9 Il II 9 9 9 IO 9 II 9 9 9 9 io 9 io IO II ll ii 9 io ii 9 9 9 9 9 ii 9 9 Il io II 9 no 9 9 9 9 Il io II 9 9, io 9 II ii 9 9 I0 One Hundred Thirty 3 2 3 NICHGLS' FUNERAL HOME MIIJIJLIE AYIC. PHONE 2424 .'Xmhulzmcc Scrviu CRANDALIRS DRUG STORE lil,.AXS'l'IL' ANKL1-1 ima lsxlalz sUP1foR'1'S A I'L I I I IXI ' . . . .Y C of FIRST .XID SUPPIJES for ATHLETES 106 MIDDLE AVENUE PHONE 2325 Our Ilunrlrfd 'l'lliI'fj'0Ill' J. R. DALL FORD - MERCURY - ELINCOLNZIQPHYR lCl,YRlA, OHIO Ryan, Donnis Mary-419 Elm St. ......... . Ryan, Jill!-419 Elm St. ...................,,,......,. . Ryan, Virginia E.-337 West St. .........,,,.,......... . Rybarczk, EdYVHI'd-201 E. River St. ............,. . -5- Sabo, joe-224 VV. River St. ........,............ . Sadowski, F rank-244 Denison Ave. Salata, Joe-527 Irondale St. ..,.,....,..... . Salata, Rose-527 Irondale St. ....,,... . Salva, Pauline-514 Sixteenth St. ..,...... . Sands, Ida -IC3l1i25O Sixth St. ............... . Sajewski, Ralph-2 Schramm Rd. ....i..... . Sarnowsky, Margaret-120 Taft Ave. Saum, .THINGS-356 Cambridge Ave. ,,.,,,............ W. Saxon, Herman-142 Cleveland St. .........,,,..... . Scarborough, Jim-713 Middle Ave. .. Schaefer, lVIyra--313 Oxford Ave. ,,..... . Schaefer, Norbert-502 Woodland Ave. .,.,.... . Schallon, Betty-129 Maple St. ..,.......... . Schanbaeher, Russell-102 Water St. .. Scharein, Karl-440 W. River St. .......... . Schareina, Helena-113 Morgan Ave. .. Schieferstein, Henry-324 Summer St. Schmidkons, Esther-R.D. 3, Adelbert St. Schmidkons, Ruth-R.D. 3, Adelbert St. ..... . Schmlttgen, William-R.D. I ..,.,.............,,,,,,...,,..,. Schnarr, M3fgiC-405 Kenyon Ave. ,,.,.....,,l,l,,, . Schneider, Ruth-801 Foster Ave. .........,........,. . Schnur, Jane Betty-568 Turner St. ,,,.........,,.,, . Schneurer, Elizabeth-257 Marseilles Ave. Schrader, Beverly-136 Marseilles Ave. ......,. . Schroeder, Bob-R.D.2 .,,...,,,...................,,,,.... Schroeder, Ralph-918 East Ave. .,,,..... . Schroeder, Walter-830 Bond St. .........,,,,.. Schroeter, Thelma-1008 East Ave. ..,....,,,,,,,,,, . Schultz, Marjorie-202 F. Hts. Blvd. ,,,,,,........ . Schuster, DOHOVHII-335 West St. .................... . Schweda, Marie-R.D. 3 .........,,........,,,,,,,.,,,, Schweda, Alvin-R.D. 3 .........,,,,......,,,,.,,..,..,,,,,,,,,..,,, Schwert, jean Ann-630 Middle Ave. Scott, Jacqueline-106 Second St. ......... . Sebastian, Charles-136 Blake St. ......... . Sedar, Nick-239 Rush St. ..,,.,,.......... . Sederis, George-503 East Ave. .... . Seitz, -IOC-II9 Cascade St. ................... . Seres, Irene-108 W. River St. .,,,,,.,,,...,, , Seres, Elizabeth-108 W. River St. ,,,,.....,,,,,,,, , Serfass, B0b-235 Princeton Ave. ......... . Shaber, Bob-119 Huron St. ,,,,,.....,,.,,,,,,,, , Shamel, J0l'lIli358 E. Bridge St. ......... . Shapero, Hyme-714 W. River St. ...,,,......,.,..,,, , Shapko, GCl'3.ldiI1C-II4 Furnace St. ...........,..... . Sharrer, GYZYCC-433 Oxford Ave. .,,,,,,,,....,,,. , Shay, Oliver-255 Harrison St. ..,,,....,..,,,.,,,,,,,,..,,, , Shedrow, Geraldine-610 VV. River St. ,....... . Sheldon, John-328 Cambridge Ave. ,....,.,,,,,., . Shepherd, Robert-R.D. 2, Grafton Rd. ..... . Sherman, Arthur-912 West Ave. ,..,.,.... .. Shewring, Nina-812 West Ave. ...... . Shiley, Dolora-253 George St. .,.,....., .. Shinder, Lillian-130 VVest St. .....,..... .. Shindle, Evelyn-218 Wolf Ct. .......... .. Shipley, Lowell-Oakwood St. ......... . Shryock, Robert-126 Stanford Ave. .......... . Shubert, Oliver-R.D. 2 ..,,................................., Sieminski, Lucille-353 Fifteenth St. ....... . Simon, Mary-130 Woodford Ave. .......... . Simon, Valina-R.D. 2, LaPorte .......... Simms, Virginia-R.D. 2 .,............................... Simpson, Helen-245 Stanford Ave. .......,., . Simpson, James-245 Stanford Ave. .......... . Simpson, Williani-R.D. 2, liiddle Ave. Skok, Sophie-229 Oberlin Rd. ...................... , Singleton, Willialn-319 Seventeenth St. Sippel, Virginia--R.D. 2 ..,................................... Sittinger, Edward-1615 Lake Ave. .... .. Sklener, SLlS2.I114II Bond St. .............. .. Slack, Richard-503 Bond St. ........ .. Slusher, Charles--1213 West Ave. . Slusher, Helen-1213 West Ave. ................... . Slusher, Ivalynn-1213 West Ave. ............. . Smallwood, Edward-225 Cleveland St. Smith, Alice-R.D. I, Indian Hollow Rd Smith, Bob-110 Franklin St. ......................... . Smith, BOb--223 Harvard Ave. .......... ....., . Smith, Bob-State St. .................................. .. Smith, Dan-200 Fairlawn Ave. ............ .. Smith, David-323 Columbus St. ......... . Smith Smith Don-62 5 Dewey Ave. ..........., . Dorothy-R.D. I, Grafton ....... .. I v Smith, Dorothy-1443 E. River Rd. .......... . Smith, Earl-526 Foster Ave. ........... ....... . Smith, Evelyn-236 Winckles St. .......... .. Smith, Hubert-219 Fifteenth St. ......... .. Smith , Janis-123 Riverdale Ct. ...... . Smith, Jean-332 Stanford Ave. .. Smith, -I021I1I1Ci47I Eighth St. .,.,....... . Smith, Leonard-228 N. Olive St. ...... . Smith, Lyle-420 Tenth St. ....................... . Smith, lllargaret-R.D. 3 ................................... Smith, Raymond-219 Fifteenth St. .......... . Smith, ROSCIIIHYY-210 Harvard Ave. ....... . Smith, Rosemary-236 Winckles St. .......... . Smith, Thomas-400 Prospect St. ...,..... . Smith, Tom-304 West Ave. ............... . Smith, Virginia-R.D. 2 ...,.................................. Smith, Vivian G.-R.D. I ............,,..................... Smith, Vivian M.-ICJOV2 Cleveland St. .. Smith, VVinifred-R.D. 3 ...................................... Smithoske, Jeanette-255 Roosevelt Ave. Smithowski, Mary-508 Twelfth St. ....... . Sobotka, Chester-Stop 83, Oberlin Rd. .. Solet, Irene-LaGrange ...,...............,,.................... Solet, Stephen-R.D. I, LaGrange .,.,....... Sonkoly, Olga-243 Gates Ave. ...................... . Sowles, HClCH-213 Longfellow Ave. ..... . 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Sprague, Donald-611 Tyler St. .......,..... . Sprague, Elaine-R.D. 3, VV. River Rd. ........ . Sprague, Sid-310 Furnace St. ...,,.....,....,... . Staley, Elizabeth-Stop 6, Eake Ave. .. Stamco, Alex-R.D. 3 ....,.................................,......,,.,.. Standen, Cl3TCl1CC-222 Fourteenth St Standen, Patricia-338 Stanford Ave. .. Stanford, jack-155 Stanford Ave. ......,..rrr,,,.,... . Stang, Gladys-R.D. 3, Griswold Rd. Stanko, Irene-639 W. River St. ........... . Stanko, Paul-R.D. 2, West Ridge ...... Stantion, Pete-231 Rush St. ,,..,....,,,., . Starkey, Faith-518 Middle Ave. ....r... . Steele, Marcia-200 Harvard Ave. ..... . Stefko, Anthony--536 Furnace St ..,...... Steigerwald, JCHII-206 Denison Ave. .. Steigerwald, DIRTY-206 Denison Ave. Stein, Dick-429 Fifteenth St. ................. . Stephen, Robert-318 E, River St. ....... . StCVCl1S,J2ll1Ct124.4 Columbus St. i....i.... . Stevens, Rl1thL244' Columbus St. .......... . Stevenson, Beryl-R.D. 2, Grafton Rd Stich, -IHCQLICHIIC--319 Concord Ave. .. Stock, Philip-330 Ninth St, ,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,.... , Stoddard, Albert-251 Sixth St. ...... . Stolz, Mary-313 Sixteenth St. ......... . Street, Beatrice-652 Fuller Rd. ...... . Strickler, Bill--Adelbert St. ,..,,.,....,,,.... , Strickler, Thomas-Adelbert St. ...... . Stringer, Afthuf-I254 East Ave. Styles, .ICZIII-4.34. Tenth Sr, ,,,,.,,,,..,. . Suetta, John--220 VV. River St. ....... Sugaski, Jean--333 E. Hts. Blvd. .......... . Sugaski, Lloyd-333 E. Hts. Blvd. ....... . Sukey, XValter-429 Huron St, ,.,,,.,,,..,,, . Sullivan, Julia-225 East Ave. ......... . Sumegi, Irene-314 W. River St. ........ . Supers, Aftllllf-258 Sixteenth St. ....... A Supers, Norbert-258 Sixteenth St. ....... . Surdock, George-224 Bath Sr. ,..,,,,,.,,,,, , Sutton Robert-154 Bath St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Swancott, Dorothy-132 Cornell Ave. Swiers, DOH--IIS Denison Ave, ,,,,,,...,.,. . Swiers, Donna-R.U. 2, Grafton Rd. .. Syfirs, Ruth-148 Northrup St. ........,....... . Sylte, lllarian-116 Beverly Ct, .,,,.,,,,,,,., . Sylte, VVilliam-116 Beverly Ct. ........ . Szabo, ElIgC!'lC-167 Bath St. ............... . Szakacs, Ruth-132 Clinton Ave. .,.,.,.. . Szlempa, VValter-117 Hazel St. .,.,,, . -T- Talarek, Edward-327 Fifteenth St. .... . Tarnowski, Adeline-424 Twelfth St. Tarry, Alice-419 Sixth St. ............ ...., . Taryan, ITITIZ.-227 VV. River St. ........ . Taylor, ChaflCS-IIOS E. River St. .,..... . Taylor, George-1 I9 Second St. ......,..,...... . Taylor, G0fd0l1i583 VV. Broad St. ....... . Taylor, Lois--442 Louisiana Ave. ........ . Taylor, Neil-203 Princeton Ave. ,....... . Taylor, Richard-615 E. Broad St. .......... . ll 9 9 IO io IO 9 Telzerow. Earl-120 VVilliams St. ........,....,..., , I0 Ternes, Harold-R.D. I ....,........................................ I0 Terrell, 1.3111651259 Harwood Ave. ..,............... I0 Ternes, Ralph--R.D. I ....,........................................... 9 Terry, Thomas-629 Lodi St. .........,.,..,......,.....,,.... IO Thomas, Doloris Jean-R.D. 2, Fuller Rd. 9 Thomas, lVIargaret--2 VVoodford Ave. .........,, . 9 Thomas, Pat-736 W. River St. ................ . IO Thompson, Dolores-933 E. River St. ............ ll Thompson, Doris-933 E. River St. ....... . IO Thompson, Gilbert Edward--114 Riverdale Court ,.,..............,......... ..................... .................................... I O Thompson, Richard-247 Boston Ave. .. Thorley, Donald-613 Dewey Ave. ..... . Tomcko, Mary-125 VVaverly St. ............. . Tomsky, Edward-R.D. 1, LaGrange ..... Tomsky, Eleanor-Diagonal Rd. ..........,..... . Tonry, Roberta-126 Broad St. ,..,....... . Toth, Julius-878 VV. River St. ...... . Tracey, J0l'll1--I24 Kaiser Ct ............. Tracey, RObCft-124 Kaiser Ct. ...... . Traczek, Margaret-161 Erie St. .,,.,,.. , Traicoff, Alex--139 Blake St. ............ . Traicoff, StCVC1l3Q Blake St. ......... . Travise, Ralph-553 Third St. ..........,... . Traxler, Carol--37-1 E. Bridge St. .......... . Trieskey, Edward-339 Fifteenth St. .... . Trieskey, Mary-339 Fifteenth St. ,........, . . ,..,.... . 9 io ll io io II IO II io Il II 9 II 9 Trimmel, Margaret-R.IJ. 3, Lake Ave. ...... I0 Troutman, Clyde-225 Winckles St. ............... 9 Froupo, 'Tony-827 Bond St. ..............................,.. IO Tsarones, AllgCl012OI Cascade St. ,,........ , Tsarones, jimmy-201 Cascade St. .,,,,..... . Tucker, Wayiie-108 Riverside Ct. ,...... . Tulk, George-1195 E. River St. ,....... . 'l uron, Nlartin-R.D. 2 ........,.....................,.. Tutthill, Fred--R.D. 2, East Ave. ,,.,. . - U - Ujlaki, IYCHCLZIS VV. River St. ........... . 9 I I 9 I I IO IO Unger, Ruth-330 E. River St. ...,.......................... IO Urbansok, Paul-275 VV. River St. ,......... . Urig, Edward-336 Eleventh St. ............. . Urpschott, Doris-307 Columbus St. ..., . - V .. Valassis, Lula--351 Third St. ................ .. Valassis, Theodore-351 Third St. ..,......, . Van Arsdale, Ross-909 East Ave. ..... . 9 IO I0 . .,,...... Il 9 io One Hundr Thirtyfo Congratulatiorr, Elyria Seniors You are Iinishing your I-Iigh School Course Wbet's Ahead lor You? You need SI'l'fL'IAll, TRAINING for getting a position--and You neerl amlrlitional GICNI-IRAI, BACKGROUND TRAINING for larger' personal development and for getting promotions. Students in the Oberlin School of Commerce get both of these requirements by taking ll well rounderl two-year course in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION---or SECRETARIAL TRAINING Ilusiness needs the better class of young people from our High Schools. It also offers you the greatest opportunities, especially to YOUNG KIICNI who have both the Accounting and the Secretarial trainingg and to YOUNG XVOIIIICN with a thorough Secretarial 'ItI'1lIllIl1g. A goorl two year school of business is the best place to get this training. Hunrlrerls of graduates from the Elyria High School anrl now successful business men and women in your com- munity and elsewhere found the Oberlin School of Commerce the best place to get this particular type of training. You too, will find it In-sr. For further information write or call The Cberlin School of Commerce lm' llrrrrrlrwl HhIflj'fli'l'l' OBERLIN, OHIO VanBoven, Lloyd-237 VVinckles St. Vanderson, Alfred-R.D. 2 .........,........,,., V anek, Ralph-117 Quincy St. ......................,,.,... . VanKeuren, Beverly-336 Ninth St. . V arga, Ernest-1 Laura Lt. ...,,........,,............ ,.... . Vargo, Ethel-561 lrondale St. ..,......... . V arner, Varney, X7 arsey, v HClCl1-II4 Lewis Ct. ....,.... . Ray-S. Abbe Rd. .........,......... . Eloise-202 Harwood St. ...... . Vass, Joe-311 W. River St. ......,....,,..... . xr aughn, Vaughn, Veitch, Ruth-141 Caroline Ave. ......... ...., . Virginia-210 Harrison St. .............,... . Marian-118 Quincy St. ....,,................. . V erbeck, Mary Clare-125 Columbus V , ietnen, ietzen, Vietzen, Vincent, V Vogler, Albert-1021 Foster Ave. .................,.. . Regina-1021 Foster Ave. .,,.,.........,..... . Russell-263 Spruce St. ...,..... . George-401 West Ave. ....., . Patsy--129 Beverly Ct. .,.......... . Volk, William-224 Sumner St. ....... . VonDuyke, Betty-645 Cleveland St. VonDuyke, Viola-645 Cleveland St. Vosburgh, JOYCE--223 Rush St. ......,... . ..VV.. VVagner, 163.11116-4.16 Tenth St. ...,,,. . VVagner, Phyllis-II3 Harvard Ave. Wagner, Richard-416 Tenth St. ...r.. . Waldron, Jilll-IIQ Oak St. .....,l....l . Walend, Ray-957 Foster Ave. .....,,... . Walker, George-1408 Lake Ave. .... . VValker, Yvonne Lee-528 Woodland Ave. VValler, Beverly-124 Hawthorne St. VValton, George-1245 E. River St. Wamsley, Jack-334 Oxford Ave. ..,,,....,., ...... . Ward, Darrell-435 Tenth St. .........,.. . VVargo, .TOC-IIQ lrondale Ct. ..i...i....,.,....,,,,,...... . VVarner, Irene-328 W. River St. YVashington, Gwendolyn-314 Eighteenth St. Wasserman, Sidney-3 Clayton Apts. VVebbe1', Velma-598 Cleveland St. ......,..,,.,,,.. . Weber, .lack--181 Caroline Ave. ..... .. VVebster, FFHIICCS-I44 VVest St. .....,,.. . Webster, Marilyn-144 VVest St. ...,.. . NVeibling, Betty-806 East Ave. .... . Weibling, Bob-806 East Ave. Weibling, Gladys-806 East Ave. ...... . VVeigl, Frank-645 VV. River St. .,.... . VVeisman, Harold-150 Stanford Ave. ,,,......., . Weitzel, Merle-319 E, River St. ,...,,...,,, ..,,,, , Weitzel, VVillard-319 E. River St. ...,......,,,,.,. . Wellert, John-152 Harvard Ave. .,,....,.,,,.,,..... . Welsh, Mary Agnes-704 VVoodland Ave. Wendell, Jack-45 Cedar St. ,..........,..............,....,... , Wendling, Roy-118 Caroline St, .,,....,.,,,,..,.,,..,, , Wentz, Bill-1223 E. River St, ,.,,,,...,,,,,,..,,,,,,,., . Weslowski, Rosemary-118 Longford Ave. VVest, Frank-247 George St. . ..,.,......,,,..,....,,,,,,,,,,, Wharton, Bob-113 Lewis Ct. ,...... . 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Wilson, Robert-461 Eighth St. ..,............. . VVimsatt, Virginia-483 Cleveland St. .. Wingard, Charles-24 Person's Ct. .......... . Winson, -IOhl1i52I Foster Ave. ................ . Winson, Wllllalll-521 Foster Ave. ....... . VVinsor, Rachel-Stop 83, Oberlin Rd. .. VVisniewski, Rudy-307112 Sixteenth St. Wissinger, Betty-1701 Lorain Blvd. .... . VVitbeck, Ray-1836 Middle Ave. .......... . Woelfer, Rllth-310 Lodi St. ...................... . Wojtowiezik, J'0SCDl'llIlC-I46 Huron St VVolfe, Harold-419 Huron St. ................... . VVolodzko, lVIary-1517 West Ave. ,...... . VVood, Howard-R.D. 2 ............................ VVood, LaVaughn-R.D. 2 ........................... VVoodcock, NOYIIIR-1329 Lake Ave. ..... . Woodruff, Barbara-238 Third St. ..... . Woodson, Freeman-2056 Middle Ave. VVooley, George-520 Cleveland St. ....... . Worcester, Bill-R.D. 3 ................................. Woy, Richard-845 W. Broad St. ..,,.. . Wright, Ralph-11 Chestnut St. ......... . 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Une Hundred Fortyfour ssion ' ' nberg 's First lmpre Gute -4 1 ? . 1 F 4 I -' L ,1 N 7 . 1 'Thnes odern hd f O Birth A NQS? 4fj9 ? :-' Q. 1440 500th 1940 ANNIVERSARY OF FOUNDING OF PRINTING The lnsepar ble Companion of Achzetfem t In this wear of lQ40 twwo centennials wwill be obseiwed that should be ot ot spetial interest to all of us wwho are interested in the adwante of uvih lation Hlltl to all those ww ho like to read lt is the sooth Anniversarw ot the niwention ot printing from movable tvpe and the 3ooth Anniversary ot the hrst book piinted in the United States The Bay Psalm Book bw Stephen Dave in Lambridve, Mass and the 250th Amuwersary of the hrst paper mill in this tountrw established bw VV1lham Rittenhouse at Philadelphia in 1690 Phe Henrw C Peat Printing Companw in Flvria ww as established in 1829 111 wears ago, julw 21 1829 bv' A S Parks and wwas knovsn as the Lorain Ciazette 111th Frederic Whittlesey as editor 'lhe Chronicle Telegram is also a dirett successor from this beginning lt has been in continuous oper 'mon bw different owwners during that time, for tnore than one fifth of the time printing has been existant A total of 200 wears twwo-fifths of the 500 wears-constitutes the service the present owners and employees have given to the industrw ie Henrv G Peat S4 years, Lulu B Peat 28 years, Samuel IL Peat 28 wears, Williatim A Peat, 28 years, Joseph Tomasek, 31 years Ernest hlarlett, 20 wears, X irguna IXlll'I1LlRk 5 years, Stacew lxhmczak, 2 wears, liettw Fschete, 6 years A total of 200 wears lhe engrawmg ot Cintenbergs First Impression wwa.s executed in this plant the art wwork and engraving wwas done by VV1ll1am A Peat, and ls similar to the block printing done bw Gutenberg and the earlier printers lhe Henrw Ci Peat Printing Lompany specialize in color printing labels mailing tolders and pflllflllg of the higher quahtw Lonsnlt ns about all wour printing problems HENRY G PEAT PRINTING CO CC a ' ' JP 115 Chestnut St. Phone 7081 Elyria, Ohio Y' Bible into English. Others reported the intellectual and religious revolt of john Huss, of Bohemia, and his preaching of the need for reformation. At last, the hundred years' war between France and England was at an end. lt had "paralyzed the energie-s" of the former and "exhausted the powers" of the latter. ItaIy's independent states had been "brought, into line" by the more powerful of them. Political conditions began to be favorable for develop- ment of intellectual life. Human thought began turning to something higher for humanity than the endless wars and strife for power. Europe was riding out of the darkness and ignorance of medievalism and was ready for the dawn of a new era. lint until human knowledge, meager as it was, could be brought to the humblest of men, there was little hope for betterment. The prevailing peace made it possible for thinkers and writers to revive the study of the ancient languages, recast the study of philosophy, and even venture to discuss the fundamentals of religion. Hence, as the old learning revived, new knowledge was brought to the world along with it. New universities began to spring up, bringing the creation of many books and greater use of old ones. Then came the call for additional copies of them. What could be more logical than that. men should seek a way to supply these additional copies! By this time the babe who had slept peacefully on that midnight forty years before had grown to manhood and had found the way. He had invented printing: from movable types. Ile was the immortal John Gutenberg. Zest was added to the intellectual activity by his invention. The spreading of knowledge to all people began. With it came the spirit of adventure and discovery in many fields. llefore the century closed Columbus had found and reported a. new world. Now, with this year's parliaments of the various graphic arts groups and the industries still In be convened. it is fitting to turn attention to proper observance of the 500th anniversary of printing: to re- view the world conditions which brought it forth: and to study again the great events which followed he- cause printing spread the knowledge that made them possible. VVe need to live over again the romance of an event that means almost as much to the world as the advent of Christianity itself. 1040 also marks the 250th anniversary of American paper making-Aa fitting coincidence. for one can hardly honor printing without also considering the indispensable role that paper has played in printing progress .... Today. the combined field of printing and paper is a complex mechanism whose value to you must often be determined hy your knowledge of each working part. nv, ' LM-,iv 1 fgv ml ' J ' I fr.. .WN r W ,V . ,. ,JK v , L ' 4' fwwi- 1' 1 M rs ,, Ili- - 2, n V , f ,. wl-'1- .HL ,4 4 . 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