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

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RALPH WOOD EULA YOUNG MARGARET HEROLD ELIZABETH Sclence English SKEELS PRUNNER Secretary to the Principal Secretary to the Sept. to June Principal Q 1 ua X--fd ix - l -H' ffjnfvq ,gg-H-rfffgi -e..d' .- -f 14 y'SV5Q 0 uv-,A ,,,a"'- -stpf'v.+,,,':r'f:- er,r'f"e?'-a"':en-:DQS "'-""',. . -pig, K ...-any DN , 'x"'g, fm ga-64 C1'5'uX'f'id-?'x:'- .- , o1nfXkt S-vw: 'K fn EIIHUUII 'Hr inns., ' 9 , I Twelve ELLSYVORTH CLAUDE ADAMS 253 Spruce St.g Scientific Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1-2g Band 3-8, Orchestra 3-55 Hi-Y 5-83 Track 6, 8. By his careful speech, and manner slow, The Supreme Court judge we all well know. 1-lEHS'4l---- ROBERT LEROY ALHEIT 502 Dewey Ave.: General Course. Bob's ambition will get him far- He'll hitch his wagon to a star. TED MATT ALMAS 7 Crehore Ct.: General Coursey Football 1-8. Ted, as a football coach will shine, He'll show up fine in forty-nine. GEORGE RIICHARD ARMSTROG . County Sheriffs Dept., Elyriag General Course. He's left this class of ours behind, lfis fame and fortune now he'll find. ELEANOR EDITH ARNDT 238 Howe St.g General Course: Friendship 1-2, 5-8: Players 6-8: Sapientes 4-69 Leaders' Group A5-85 Jefferson Jr. High 1-25 Athletic "Eng Class Playg National Honor Society. Brown-eyed Eleanor, quiet, sweet, By other decorators she won't be beat. --LET-Is'41--l BARBARA ANN AUNGST 114 Hamilton St.,g General Coursey Friendship 3-S5 Leaders' Group 5-85 Jr. A Cappella 5-6. She'll eat hamburgs on the run Wliile chasing news from sun to sun. DOROTHY AGNES BABCOCK R.F.D. 3, Elyriag General Course. Dorothy will make a 'very fine clerk For steadfast and loyal she is in her work. --1-EI-Is NICK J. BARBARESSO 213 Chestnut St.g General Coursey Jefferson Ir. High 1-2. .4 studious lad with boats on his mind Should make the best skipper one can find. Ross MARY BARLOW 238 Harvard Ave.3 General Coursey Band 1-65 Orchestra 1-65 Friendship 1-85 Elyrian Staff 2-89 Leaders' Group 5-8: Office 7. 8: Sanientes 49 Monogramg Social Science Club 7, 85 Student Cabinet 5, 63 National Honor Society. Psychology will be her aim With all her skill she'll make a name. GORDON RAY BAKER 214 Fourteenth St.3 General Course. Gordon's neat and draws quite well, In drawing blue-prints, should excel. .TOE JOHN BAKOS 135 Blake St.: General Course: Basketball 3, 5. Joe gets all the learning he can For he hopes to be a news-paper man. 11-11- JACK RONALD BARNARD 322 Denison Ave.g Scientific Coursey Sapientes 49 Band 5: Jr. A Cappella 3g Class Play. Your unwavering search will pierce the mist You'll surely succeed as a research chemist. ARTHUR EDWARD BARNEs 4 Crehore Ct.: General Course. His jolly sense of humor Is more than just a rumor. -EHs'4i----- ROBERT RUSSELL BARTHOLOMEVV 236 Denison Ave.g General Course: As an architect his aim is high His skilled designs are hard to tie. ROBERT ERNEST BARTLOME . R.F.D. 3. Elyria, General Coursey Hawthorne Jr. High, Lorain, Ohio 1. The bridges that you'll build so high, kVill raise your name up to the sky. ALBERT LEWIS BAUER 317 High St.: General Coursey Hi-Y 69 Football 1-33 Tennis 5-79 Basketball 1. His powerful shots in the tennis game Will win him fortune, glory, and fame, PHYLLIs ELAINE BECKWITH 411 Woodland Ave.: Commercial Courseg Friendship 1-2, 5-85 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. Cosmetology beckons our Phyl Till she's a success she'll not be still. NOTE: The placing of student's picture on this Senior Sectiod does not mean that he actually graduates. Fhzrteen .I K 5 xv . -.,. 8 5 b xx xl- i ,N .xy l'v0Ill'fl'I.'ll 4 A 1 W TRUMAN DANIEL BISCHOFF 223 Stanford Ave.g General Course. A sense of humor has this lad, Sometimes serious but never sad. N0 Picture Offered. I DOROTHY MAE BELL 234 Denison Ave.: General Course: Sapientes 45 Leaders' Group 5-85 Library Asst. 5-85 Sr. A Cappella 5-85 Friend- ship 1-85 Writers' Club 7, 85 Monogramg Athletic ' As a level-headed lab assistant She'd be enterprising and efficient. iEu' -l-EHS'41- -- WILLIAM J'. BELL 526 East River St.: General Courseg Hi-Y 2-4. To study dentistry is his aim, For "bridge" work let's remember his name. FRANK LOUIS BENDER 1243 East Ave.: General Course: West Technical High, Cleveland, Ohio 4-55 Basketball 6-7. As a cager or as a pitcher Frank does very well in either. ---EHS JOHN K. BIRCH 301 Park Ave.g Scientific Course: Track 2. Sapientes 43 Student Cabinet 5-6: National Honor Society 6-85 Monitor 5-85 Social Science Club 6-8. A quiet serious countenence Hides a knowledge quite immense. MILDRED DAGMAR BOEPPLE R.D. 1, Oberlin, Ohio: General Coursey MacDowell Chorus 25 Athletic Monogram 6. She's good in sports and rather gay, A nurse she hopes to be some day. ----EHS ROBERT WALTER BOTAMER 364 High St.: General Course: Hi-Y 3-4g Band 3-7 son Jr. High l-2. His friendly way will ease any task, And for some top band he'll play the sax. g Jeffer- DONALD L. BOYD 901 Garford Ave.: General Courseg Sr. A Cappe DeVilbiss High, Toledo, Ohio 1-4. Friendly, patient, and quiet is he. He'll find his career in photography. lla 7-8: - EH S HELEN LOUISE BRISTOL 161 Harvard Ave.: General Course: Friendship Cabinet 1, 2, 5,75 Student Cabinet 7-83 Sr, A Cappella 1-85 Leaders' Group 6-85 Social Science Club 7-8. We'll hear fair Helen's golden song In Waring's choir, if I'm not wrong. JACK H. BROUSE 116 Wurst Ct.: General Course: Fitch High School, Youngs- tOwn5 Football 3-7. Cheery, friendly, without any fear .lust what it takes for an engineer. fPc"71 MILAN A. BENDIK 822 Lake Ave.5 General Course5 Class Play. Handsome face and strong physique As football cap'n he'd be unique. JACK R. BILLINGS 436 W. Ninth St.g General Course. A sailor's life of thrills and action Holds for him some fascination. '41- - JESSIE A. BORESKI 421 W. Thirteenth St.5 Commercial Courseg Library Asst. 7. From office work to married bliss. Will go this nice efficient miss. GLORIA ANNE BORIE 619 West Ave.: General Course: Friendship Chorus 1-3. 7,8 5 MacDowell Through the day she sings a song, She hopes to sing all her life long. '41-l- . NATHAN RICH BRENNER 405 Middle Ave.: General Courseg Jr, A Cappella 75 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 75 Reserve Football 5: Varsity Basketball Mgr. 6-85 Ir. Hi-Y 1-45 Track. On the bandwagon Nat will ride, His orchestra and trumpet by his side. LEONARD FRANCIS BRICKMAN R.D. 2, LaGrange Rd.: General Course5 Movie YVorker 1-55 Football 1-85 Sr. Hi-Y. He's blonde and shy and yet, we know After he starts how far he'll go. 111-1- BERNELL BERNARD BROWN 142 Riverside Ct.5 General Course5 Track 1-85 Band 2-8. .lust "Bunny" to all his chums And a great future with those drums. JANE ELIZABETH BROWN 118 Caroline St.: General Courseg Friendship Club 55 Library Assistant 7. Angel of mercy, clad in white. Jane, as a nurse, will be just right. 4 A '38 105 -vi Sixleen WILI.IAbI FRANCIS CLAY 133 Harwood St.: General Course: Spencerville High School, Spencerville, Ohio: Baseball 1,25 Track 1-25 Huntington College 3-4: Hi-Y 3-4. Pie has already attained a career But to him education is very dear. No Picture Offered. l-E1-Is CAROLA MAE BURGAN 252 Second St.: Commercial Course: Jefierson Friendship Club 1-8. Carol will demand recognition, For she's bound to be a lab technician. Jr. High 5 VAL GEORGE BURRER R.F.D. 3, Elyria: General Course. foyous, clever, and friendly Val, To us all you'll be a pal. E1-Is JEANNE MARIE CARSKADDON 130 Princeton Ave.: General Course: Disston Jr. High, St. Petersburg, Fla. 1-25 St. Petersburg High 3-4: Gibsonburg High, Gibsonburg, Ohio 4-5: Sapientes 65 Friendship 7-8. When we go up to see "Boss" Rand, Our Jeanne'll be there with notebook in hand. CHARLES WILLIAM CARTER 237 Oberlin Rd.: General Course: Track 2, 4 6, 8: Foot- ball 1-35 Basketball 1,3: Tennis. We all know Chuck by his cheery nod Someday he'll coach his own track squad. -+lEHS SHIRLEY ANNE CHRISTMAN 316 Seventh St.: General Course: Friendship Club 1-8: Chorus 1. With Shirley's sweet and warm friendliness, As a doc's assistant, she'll be a success. PHYLLIS K. CLAPP 321 Oxford Ave.: Commercial Course: Volleyball 1, 3, 5. In her work she's deft and neat,' ds a secretary she can't be beat. Q ' EHs EARL G. COEN 153 Bell Ave.: General Course! In spite of the fact Abe was 'late to his classes He's always on time for dates with the lasses. GORDON VVARREN COLLIER R.D. 3, Elyria: General Course: Freshman Football 1-25 Light Squad 2. - With that nice personality, A super salesman he will be. leventeen HALDEN THEODORE BUCKINGHAM R.F.D. 2, Elyria: Manual Arts Course. Blue eyes, black hair below the mast, He is the sailor of our cast. '4-1 - VVILLIAM LAWRENCE BURROWS 222 Ninth St.: General Course. 14 happy go lucky lad is he, hVho could guess what his future will be? EILEEN COLETTA CANIPBELL R.F.D. 1, LaGrange: General Course: Friendship C W'hen Jones says "Take this letter, please Eileen'll be working those typewriter keys. lub 7-8. '41 1-1- IOAN NINA CHEETHAM 201 Marseilles Ave.: Household Arts Course: Friendship Club 1-S: Glee Club. Now Joan will to the people cater Demonstrating stove and refrigerator. RUTH CAROL C1-IRISTMAN 514 Cleve'and St.: General Course: Friendship 1-8: Friend- ship Cabinet 7-8: Elyrian Staff 7-8: Chorus 1-39 Herald Stal? 6: Social Science Club 7, 8. When we want a style that's tops We'll visit one of Ruth's dress shoppes. '41----l H. EDVVARD CLARK 144 Spruce St.: Commercial Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-245 Herald Staff 4-6: Sr. Hi-Y 5-8: Monitor 5-85 Student Cabinet 7-85 National Honor Society. For the local paper Ed reports The latest events in the world of sports. PHILIP HARRY COE 316 Cornell Ave.: General Course: Junior Hi-Y 3-4: Senior A Cappella 5-8: Players' Club 6-8. Social Science Club 7-8. Blue-eyed and happy-go-luckg Phil Is a senior who'll hll the bill. O '41- GEORGETTE MARY COLLTNS 111 Erie St.: General Course: Herald Staff 6: Sapientes 5-8. Intelligent, charming, and very sweet The kind of girl we all love to meet. GENEVIEVE BERNICE COMERFORD 207 Clark St.: Commercial Course. Tiny, and quiet is Genevieve, ' Steadfast in friendship you may believe. 9 -:L A Eiglltfrzz VVILLIAM ROBERT COOLEY 464 Tenth St.5 General Courseg Airplane Club. As a salesman in the shops Bob is just about the tops. Hi-Y 3-45 Track 25 L-E1-Is,-411-.- MARTHA ELLEN CREMEANS 132 Huron St.5 General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Friendship 1-75 Leaders' Group 75 Glee Club 1-2. Berause this girl is small and neat els a stewardess she won't be beat. ERNEST G. CURCILLO 225 Eighteenth St.5 General Course5 Football 1,85 Basket- 3 ' . A man of letters is this gent, To foowfball and basketball has he bent. ELIZABETH BERTHA DANY 315 Beech St.5 Commercial Courseg Friendship. flbways happy, always gay, loyfully, through life, she'll tread her way. ROSE LILLIAN DATENA 116 Garvin Ave.: General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1-25 Friendship 1-65 Orchestra 1-8. Rose is happy, blithe, and gay She'll fheer the sich all through the day. -1151-Is'41-1 CAROLYN JEAN DAVIES 355 E1stern Hts. Blvd.5 General CourSe5 Sr. A Cappella 7-85 Friendship 5-85 Orchestra 3-4. Pretty and sweet to high sehool she came, College is Carolyn's future aim. EMILY FREDA DAVIS 801 Foster Ave.: General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1-25 Friendship Club 1-85 Cabinet 3-65 Leaders' Group 7-85 Herald Staff 4-S5 Library 65 Chorus 1-25 Monogram. Full of fun, an agile brain, A linguist's job she'll surely obtain. LOIS MARIE DELLEI-'IELD R.D. 2. Elyria: General Courseg Oberlin 15 Friendship 7-85 Office Ass't. 7-8. lllodest and friendly in her own quiet way She'll be school librarian some day. N ' ANGELA J. DE MARCO ' 124 Quincy St.5 General Course. Dark and lovely, so sweet and shy Your fare will be famous by and by. EHS'41---- FRANK DE MARIA 346 South Maple St.5 General COurse5 Football Mgr. 5-75 Basketball Mgr. 45 Cafeteria Worker 6-8. With your joyous laugh so hearty You'll be the life of every party. PATRICIX5-Ji DEWHURST 5 353 Seventh St.: General Courseg Friendship 1-85 Leaders' Group 7-8. Pat's full of wit and lots of fun Sheill win fame for her many puns. BERTHA DOMAN " 2 552 Vulcan St.5 General COurse5 Leaders' Group 7-85 Friendship5 NE". Out to lrlollywood you will go To usher in a picture show. ANN DONAHUE 243 Bath St.5 General Coursey Jefferson Jr. High 1-2 Chorus 1-55 Friendship 1-8. Ann is as friendly as can be Great things for her we all can see. ---1-iEHS'41-il THEODORE PATRICK DOWDELL 430 Jefferson St.5 General Course. Jefferson Jr. High 15 Tennis 3-7. The way will always be so elear When you are the engineer. NOEL EUGENE DUCKETT 508 East Broad St.5 General Course5 Band 1-65 Jr. Choir 2-65 Monitor 5-6. hyith friendly smile and cheery mode He'Il travel o'er life's troubled road. N meteen THOMAS JOSEPH DUNLAP 440 Jefferson St.5 General Courseg Jefferson 1-25 Basket ball 3,65 Hi-Y 5-6. A tested friend, a dresser neat, Renowned he'll be as an athlete. ...- Tvvmly ., .Aan RUTH ELIzAEETH EADY 248 Howe St.5 General Courseg Friendship Club 1-8 As a doctor's assistant ou are too chic Y 1 y v n You re apt to cause an epidemic. HAzEL MARIE EAGER 413 Elyria Blockg General Course. Dresses for figures large or small, Plazel will design for one and all. ELDON HARVEY EHRLICH we, v-vw-we 139 Bath St.g General Course: Tennis 3-59 Track 8. This boy we're certain will go far We'll hear of him wherever we are. GEORGE VICTOR ELBERT 122 Riverdale Ct.g General Course. A jovial lad with plenty of wit,' Wherever he goes he'll make a hit. JOHN LESLIE EMARY 261 Harrison St.: Manual Arts Courseg Lorain High 1-25 Band 53 Slip Collector 6. In History discussion, he'll always be there A boy like this will get somewhere. JACK HADAWAY ESKER 352 Fifth St.g Scientific Course. In future years when thinking's needed .lack's advice won't go unheeded. MARY ELAINE EVANS -Tvmwwfr-1 '-- . J-wqrmfv, . . .6 FRANCES LOUISE DUTCH 535 Ohio St.: General Cuurseg Sapientes 5-89 Leaders' Group 5-85 Friendship Club 1-85 National Honor Society. You're tall, you're blond, and so very fair Perhaps you'll he our hostess in the air. EHS'41--1- PHILIP H. EASLY 316 Twelfth St.g General Courseg Boys' Choms Staff 6g Monitor 5-8. A brilliant mind despite your scoff, Some day you'll be a German prof. 1 3 Herald ELEANOR GERTRUDE EHLERS R.F.D. 3, Elyriag Commercial Course. A tlzouglitful gal that we have here For her success we need not fear. EHS'41- - JACK LONG ELSTEN . R. D. 3, Griswold Rd.g General Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. 1ack's a happy carefree lad kfhen he's around one can't Course: Jr. Hi-Y 5-6: be sad. JOHN MYERS ELTON 235 Eastern Hts. BlvCl.g General l Sr. A Cappella 3-85 Band 3-83 Sapientes 4-6g Social Science Club 7-83 Class Play. Coursey Sr. Hi-Y 5-8: A wizard in music, in rythm a king He'll go to the tops as a master of swing. EHS'41-i-- ' School 238 Kenyon Ct.3 General Course: Friendship Club 1-85 Sr. A Cappella 5-8. If a vitamin you lack in your diet She 'will tell you which foods supply it. IRENE LOUISE FAREWELL 120 Kaiser Ct.g General Courseg Sr. A Cappella 5-8. College seems to he her mission, To learn the tricks of a dietitian. Fwentyone BETTY JAYNE EUCKER R.D. 1, Chestnut Ridge: General Coursey Friendship 1-8. Betty's smile and friendly ways Will make her friends for days and days. DAVID BURBANK EVANS l Colonial Apts.g General Courseg Hi-Y 1-43 Football 5g Band 35 Class Play. A scout at heart, a loyal lad To call him friend, we are glad. EHS'41-- - BERNARD GEORGE FAULHABER 130 East Fourth St.g General Course. Ever polite, delightful to meet His pleasant smile is a treat. VVAYNE M. FARMER 363.Parmeley Ave., General Coursey Jefferson Projectionists' Club 7-8. Jr. High l-23 A mind of wheels, two hands of skill kl"ill push you far beyond the mill. fy Y 'I 'vlzfyli - EI-Is DOROTHY LUCILLE FELL 224 Furnace St.5 Commercial Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-25 Band 1-65 Orchestra 1, 2, 4, 5, 65 Jr. A Cappella 6-7: Leaders Group'7-85 Friendship Club 1-85 Cabinet 7-85 Athletic "E"5 National Honor Society. She'll he a first class secretary Perhaps the boss's son she'll marry. JACK FERGUSON 1001 Middle Ave.5 General Course. Gay, light hearted and free, .No telling what! his future will he. I --1-EI-Is JOHN FINEGAN 223 Howe St.5 General Course5 Basketball 2-45 Boys' Chorus 1. Jack has plenty of determination He's bound for a course in business administra- tion, CJERALDINE ANN FOREMAN 227 Lake Ave.5 General Course5 Friendship Club 1-8. Cosmetology is her worh And in her duties she'll never shirh. RIARILYN MAY F EELEY R.D. 1, LaGraugeg General Course5 Friendship Club 1-2, 7-85 Cafeteria Worker 7-8. You're always progressing at good pace,' You'll never get left in life's race. '41- - T REVA CHRISTINE FERON 321 Sixteenth St.5 General Course5 Sr. Friendship Club 5-85 Chorus 1. Don't you worry about Tre-va's life She's cut out to he a cute housewife. MYRON RICHARD F ERRIMAN 710 East Ave.5 General Courseg Jr. Hi-Y 3-45 Track 4-6-85 Chorus 1-25 Band 4-83 Social Science Club 7-8. Smiling, laughing, genial Dich Always full of harmless tricks. '41-ll ROBERT CARL FOSTER X 60 Samuel St.3 General Course: Track 8. lffhen Bob's cartoons appear in the "News" To turn to the comics first we'll choose. KENNETH JAMES FOWL West Ridge Rd.g General Courseg Football 1-5-7. Ken is popular wherever he goes But it's hard to determine what his future holds. - EHS'41-1--1 NIALCOLM PHILIP FowL R.D. 2, Elyriag General Course5 Boy's Chorus 1-5. A friendly, cheery, sort of guy He'll flood the world with humor sly. FERN A. GAINES 523 Bond St.5 Commercial Course5 Jetterson Jr. High School5 Chorus. Her soft low voice, her touch so light Ufill soothe hot brows all through the night. SIDNEY HARLAN GARDNER 600 Foster Ave.5 General Courseg Jefferson Jr. Highg Basketball 1, 2. A resourceful boy who will not shirh To do his chore in any work. WAYNE A. H. GARLAND 337 Cambridge Ave.5 General Course: Sr. A Cappella Cliofr 3-85 Band 1-6g Orchestra 1,85 Monitor 5-85 Sr. Hi-Y 7, 8. In many things Wayne has wit, But with his trumpet he's a hit. - EHS'41-l- EMILY GAWURA 211 Rush St.5 General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1. 25 Friendship 1. 2. 5-8: Herald Stal? 3, 45 Library Ass't. 4-65 Sapientes 45 Writers' Club 5, 6. Cheery, friendly Emily Your words in print, we shall see. HELEN BIARIE GERHARDINGER 211 Harwood St.: General Course5. Friendship 1-85 Glec Club 5, 65 Athletic "Eng Athletic Pm. Vim, 'vigor and vitality Heleiz will go far with her personality. 4 entythree DONALD FOREST GIBBENS R.TJ. 3, Elyria5 General Coursey Jefferson Jr. High 1, 24 Football 1, 35 Track 4, 6, 85 Sr. A Cappella Choir 5-8. Always laughing, always gay This, he'll continue come what may. ALICE MAE GILBERT 311 Lake Ave.5 General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Friendship 1, 2. Red of hair and full of life For one of her classmates, an excellent wife. ff V33 Tzvmzt 0 ' ' -1 -'-- if - - -5- --,-,.v,,l,,.,,,, . A MV. WILLIAM OBRA GILLESPIE 311 Seventeenth St.5 General Course. Bill's dancing feet gave us much pleasure Illay they bring him success in many a measure. -l-i-EHS'41---1- MYRNA LOUISE GLEASON 420 Kenyon Ave.5 General Course5 Leaders' Group 5-85 Sr. A Cappella Choir 7, 85 Friendship 1-85 Athletic "E"5 Athletic Pin and Guard. Tall and jolly, full of 'vim In any game, she's bound to win. Cabinet 3-8 5 HOWARD CHARLES GLEISNER R-D- 1, Oberlin. General Course. Big and husky and strong is he, He'll be a machinist in a factory. ---EHS IQENNETH EDWARD GOODEN 329 Wtst Ave.5 General Course. A Delllolay for many a year Now .lllaster Councilor, I hear. VIRGINIA MAE GOODMAN 119 Homesite Ct.5 General Course: Athletic "E"5 Athletic Pm and Guardg Leaders' Group5 Oliice Ass't. 5-8. Blond, pretty Ginny quiet and serene She'll make an Olympic swimming team. -liens LAURETTA MAE GREEN R.D. 3, Adelbert St.5 Commercial Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Glee Club 35 Friendship 7-8. Quiet, always hard at work From any task IllK,ll never shirk. lMlARIAN E. GROBE R.D. 2, Telegraph Rd.5 General Course5 Glee Club 2-45 Leaders' Group 7, 85 Library Ass't. 4-85 Athletic "E", National Honor Society. She wears her clothes with gracious air, life re sure she'd make a model fair. LOUISE ETHEL GOLDENBERG 148 Cornell Ave.5 General Course5.Friendship 1-8: Playefs' Club 5-85 Sapientes 5-63 Cafeteria Worker 7-85 Sr. A Cappella 75 85 Monogram. With lightning words and brilliant speech Home Economics you shall teach. ELIZABETH GONDA 262 East Broad St.5 Commercial Course5 Gfee Club 7, 85 Library Assistant 7, 85 Monogram. Your fingers are nimble, your needle flies, Your fancy work will take the prize. '41-1-if HOW'ARD PAUL GOODRICH 119 South Olive St.5 General Course. Carefree, cheery and rather shy 'You'll go out and do or die. HELEN ANTIONETTE GOODSPEED 1812 East Ave.5 General Courseg Friendship 1-85 Cabinet 5-85 Leaders' Group5 Athletic "E"5 Pin and Guard: Sr. A Cappella Choir 5-8. The choir's money she cares for well As an athlete she'd get four bells. '41-1-l- SIDNEY GROSS 437 Kenyon Ave.5 General Course: Hi-Y 1-85 Herald Staff 3-65 "Fires At Valley Forge"5 Extempore Speaking 4, 85 Players' Club 6-85 Social Science 7, 85 Speakers' Bureau 7-89 Basketball 25 National Honor Society. On major platforms he'll take his stand His 'voice will be heard throughout the land. MARION LOUISE GRUSE 443 Adams St.5 General Coursey Jefferson Jr. High 25 Friendship 5-8. Tiny and quick, with busy hands She'll quickly obey her patients' demands. l---EHS'41---- KATHRYN MARIE HAAG 1370 East Ave.5 General C0urse5 Friendship 1-85 Girls' Chorus 2,65 Athletic UE". Katy thinks she'll be a nurse Taming lions might be worle. MAX EDWARD H ALDEMAN 116 Glendale Ct.5 Commercial Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1-25 Band 3-69 Monitor 5-85 Class Play. .lllax writes stories of the sea .4 famous author he will be. Fu entyhve BETTY M. HALL 418 Second St.5 General Courseg Leaders' Group 85 Athletic UE". She'll train her baseball team until They beat the Indians while standing still. JEAN FRANCES HALPIN 137 Garvin Ave.5 Commercial Course5 Jefferson jr. High 1-25 Girls' Chorus 1-45 Friendship 1, 2, S-85 Library Ass't. 7, 8. She's unsurpassed in touch and tone .lllaster of the Xylophone. 'l'14'rn Iyxix GERALDINE N. HANGE R.D. 2, Elyria5 General Coui1se5 Friendship 1-85 Sapientes 45 Sr. A Cappella Choir 5-85 Leaders' Group 7, 8. Gerry Hange is chic, petite, Charming, pretty, hard to beat. WALLACE JAY H ARPSTER 317 Cornell Ave.5 Scientific Course5 Sr. Hi-Y 5-85 Tennis 75 Cheerleader S-8. Wally always rings the bell What he'll do we can never tell. JAMES! STEWART HAWTHORNE 'l37 Princeton Ave.5 General Courseg Sr. A Cappella 5-85 Football 3-45 Hi-Y 3-4, 6-85 Tennis 5-85 Cheerleader 7-85 "Fires At Valley Forge"5 Speakers' Bureau 65 Monitor 5-6. Stew's the boy that we all know He's the one who'll steal the show. MYRTLE ELAINE. HEATH 227 Chestnut St.5 Commercial Course. lllyrtle is efficient, intelligent, neat, As a private secretary she can't be beat. ---EHS'41---- BETTY MARIE HENGESBAIJQH 513 Park Ave.. General Courseg Friendship 1-85 Cabinet 5-8: Sapientes 45 Ohice Ass't. 5-85 Leaders' Group 7-85 Social Science Club 7-8. Betty, everyone likes you, E You never leave.-them feeling blue. NQRMAN THEODORE HERITAGE 370 Columbus St.: Scientific Courseg Sapientes 4. Norman always is so meek ' But we're sure he'll reach life's peak. AILEEN B. HESKITT 5, ' 140 Courtland St.5 Commercial,-hggourseg Friendship 1-2, 7-85 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. iff? 15,3 X 5 So sincere, sweet, and carefree, A good accountant she's to be. DOROTHY MILDRED H ICKS 306 East Ave.5 General Course: Friendship 7-85 Sr. A Cappel'a Choir 7-8. She's full of song ana' merriment As a "Home Eff" girl she'll please some gent. ' -----EHS'4l- ' KATHERINE PEARL HIGHGATE 623 East Ave.5 General Course5 Friendship 1-85 Players' Chib 2-35 Jr. A Cappella Choir 5-6. Katherine will surely make her markg She has a voice so like a lark. LUCILLE CHRISTINE HINDERER 226 Boston Ave.5 General Course5 Herald Stal? 65 Friend- ship 1-2, 7-S. O'er sound waves she will give a treat With her Hawaiian Console sweet. P. RICHARD HINES R.D.. 3. Guli Rd.5 General Courseg Sr. A Cappella 3-8,5 Band- 1-85 Orchestra 2-65 Track 6, 85 "By Popular Request' . In raising bees and selling honey, We prophesy he'll make big money. MILDRED JUDITH HJERPE 247 Eighth St.5 Commercial Courseg W'riters' Friendship Club 1, 4. Sketching and painting is her game. In this we're sure she'll make a name. Club 6: ---EHS'4l1-l- G. WILLIAM HOCKADEN 243 Thirteenth St.5 General Course5 Football 1, 3, 5, 75 Basketball-2, 4, 6. 85 Hi-Y 3-85 National Honor Society 6-85 Student Cabinet 5-85 Cafeteria Worker 1-85 Class Play. lfffhen there's a fire and you're in danger .lust call Hocky, the forest ranger. PHYLLIS-YVONNE HODGSON 708 Park Ave.5 General Course5 Vermilion High School 1-6. Her gentle touch and laugh so gay Will aid her nursing all the way. l wentyseven PHILIP S. H01-'MANN 115 Cliarles Ct.5 Scientific Courseg Band 1-85 Orchestra 1-85 Sr. A Cappella 3-85 Sapientes 45 Hi-Y 6-85 National Honor 6-85 Student Cabinet 5-85 Class Playg Jr. Class Pres. A navy man he wants to be. As admiral he'll sail the sea. ' THEDA QUINTELLA HOPEWELL 323 Seventeenth St.. Commercial Course5 Club 7-8. Girls' Glee A beauty expert she will be Through study of cosmotology. A QVLVV7 Twentyright JOHN ANDREW HOWARD R.D. 2, Elyriay General Coursey Track 2, 4, 6, 89 Foot- ball 3, 5, 7y Basketball 1-S. Basketball, Football, Boxing, Track, In all these sports John has gi knack. HELEN LOUISE HULL 317 Oxford Ave,y General Coursey Friendship 1-8y Library Ass't. 1-8y Athletic "E"y Sr. A Cappella Choir 7-8. This lovely maid sings like a lark In the musical world she'll leave her mark. MARY LOUISE HUMPHREY 116 Courtland St.: Commercial Coursey Girls' Glee Club. They watch you with their eyes agog For you surely are a born stenog. DORIS IONE IVES 318 Sumner St.y General Coursey Girls' Chorus 1-43 Writers' Club Sy Library Ass't. 8. Your flowing words spread joy and cheer, The good you search for is very near. EVELYNNE MARIE IzOLD R.D. 2, North Murray Ridgey General Coursey Amherst High 1-6. Evelynne has a lovely voice, She's sure to be the people's choice. r, RUTH ANN JOHNSON 134 Elbe St.y General Course. A sincere wish to her fame A great artist by this name. CLAUDIA MARTHENA JONES 358 Columbus St.: General Course. In the held of mathematics she Has a fervent wish to be. Twentynine DUDLEY RICHARD HORNING ' 1025 West River St.y General Coursey Sapientes 4: Monitor 5-65 Football 1, 3, 5, 7. His mellow notes blown clear and far Delight e'en Astrophel perched on a star. -i--EHS'41-1-l- MARION EDITH HUDSON 173 Beebe C't.g Commercial Coursey Ridgeville High 1-5. A neater bookkeeper you'll never find So keep Marion Hudson always in mind. BARBARA CHARLOTTE HUEBNER Oberlin Rd.y General Coursey Friendship 1-Sy Athletic "E"y Herald Staff 6. In a uniform so white and pert You will tend our every hurt. -1---EHS'411i1- JAMES A. HLTRLBUT R.D. 2, Elyriay General Coursey Band 1-Sy Cafeteria Worker S-6. Years from now we shall hear Of Hurlbut the engineer. GEORGE CHARLES INNES 644 Lodi St.y General Coursey Jefferson Jr. High 1-23 Track 4. Through art his road will lead to fame, On good cartoons we'll see his name. EHS'41l- ROBERT O. JABBUSCH R.D. 3, Elyriay Manual Arts Coursey Football 1, 3, 5, 7: Hi-Y 6-8: Student Cabinet 7-Sy Jefferson Jr. High 1-23 National Honor Society. Big and husky-nobody swanker Probably finish by being a banker. IDA AI.BERT.A JENKINS 111 Hazel St.: General Coursey Sr. A Cappella Choir 7-Sy Friendship Club 1. Not long this sparkling lass will tarry,' Right after school she plans to marry. ---EHs'41- - FLORENCE JEANNE JOY R.D. 2, Elyriay General Course. Neat and affectionate, home-loving Joy Will not escape her Nemesis-That boy. NINA FAITH JOY R.D. 2, Elyriay General Course. A loyal friend both sweet and coy Until the end is our Faith Joy. Thirty ANDREXV ANTHONY JURCZYNSKI R.D. 3, North Murray Ridgeg General Course. A sturdy worker, kind and loyal, He loves to farm, despite the toil. 1 --EI-Is'41 EUGENE KENNETH JUSTEN 223 Roosevelt Ave.5 General Course5 Band 35 Track 2-45 Jr. A Cappella 55 Cafeteria Worker 15 Airplane Club 4. I'Ie may join the navy to see the world, But he wants to be an Admiral. EVELYN MAE JUSTIN 136 Garvin Ave.5 Commercial Coursey Jefferson Jr. High l-25 Friendship 1-2. Right now "Justin" may be lzer last name, But a month from now it won't be the same. MICHAEL FRANCIS KAPCAR, JR. 129 Elbe St.5 .General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2, Football 5 Basketball. A quiet friendly chap is Illick, With machinist's tools he'll do the tricks. MIRIAM ESTER KAPLAN 238 Fourth St.5 General Course5 Friendship Club 1-85 Glee Club 2-3. With manner light she acts carefree, A dress designer she aims to be. 5 --EHs'41--- ALMA LEE KEITH ' 804 Lake Ave.5 General Course5 Jefferson Jr. Higl15 Jr. A Cappella Choir 5-85 Sapientes 4. She takes good care of her own books now As a librarian she'll know how. EDITH M. KELLEY 417 East Broad St.5 General Course: Herald Staff 3-65 Friendship 1, 2, 5-85 Latin Club 6, 7, 85 Sr. A Cappelia Choir 5-8. Edy's very friendly, has g cheerful smile, She'll be an editor in a while. GRACE ETHEL KEREKES 428 VVest Ave.5 General Course. Quiet, lovable, just enough fire, To be a nurse is her desire. MARY 'RUTH KERSHAW 115 Brooklyn St.5 General Course5 Herald Staff 55 Leaders' Group 7-85 Friendship 1-8. Cabinet 7-S5 Sr. A Cappella Choir 7-85 "E", Tall, pretlty senior, with lots of grace, In the world of modeling she'll take her place. -iEHS'4l1-i HELEN IRENE KIEHM ' 215 Eastern Hts. Blvd.: General Course5 Friendship 1-85 Jr. A Cappella Choir 3, 4, '5. A quiet blonde, very serene, On fashion pages she'll be queen. ANNA ELIzAIsETI-IQ KING , R.D. 3, Lake Ave.5 General Course5 Girls' Friendship 7-8. q A Glee Club 1-25 "Everyone knows Anna Kingj She loves to hike and loves to sing." DOROTHY LOUISE KLAMUT 458 Oxford Ave.5 General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. Doro.thy's pretty, very much alive, She'll be a salesgirl or a scribe. ELEANOR FRANCES KLYOP 520 YVest Fifteenth St.5 Commercial Course5 Friendship 2-65 Glee Club 15 Cafeteria Helper 1-8. Her snzile won't fade in years to come, She'll go through life just having -fun. l--EHS'41i JENNY LIND KNEPPER 116 Bailey Ct.5 General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1-25 Chorus 1-25 Friendship 1-25 Library Ass't. 7-8. Ufith sparkling eyes and winsonze snzile, All her acquaintances she'll beguile. KEITH H. KNIERIEN 126 Parkview Ct.5 General Course. lllaster of the singing art Through his voice he'll get his start. hzrtyone HARRY T. KOPLN S25 VVest Ave.g General Coursei Sapieutes 4-85 Club 2-875 Extemp Squad 6, 85 Speakers' Bureau 65 National Honor 6-85 Elyrian Staff 3-85 Library Ass't. 5-65 Jr. A Cappella 4-65 Hi-Y 7-85 Social Science Club 7-85 Class Play. Players' As smart as many a prof. is he, He's bound to gain a Ph. D. OLIVE APOLONIA KOWALEWSKI 417 Bond St.5 Commercial Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1-25 Library Ass't. 6-85 Glee Club I-2. Her name is on the scroll of fate As best Stenographer in the state. '52 .vb 1'- 7111117 yt PAUL FREDERICK KREBS, JIR. 126 Harwood St.: General Courseg Band 1-8 pella Choir 5-83 Hi,Y 2-45 Monitor 7-8. 5 Sr. A Cap- Witlz bearing firm, and wa-vy hair Through life's trials, will you fare. -li-:Hs JOSEPHINE FRANCES KRISTOFF 885 West River St.g General Course: Jefferson Jr. High Here's a lass that does combine, All the virtues good and fine. STANLEY KRISTOFF, JR. 885 West River St.: General Coursey Jefferson Jr. High A joyous, gay and cheery lad, What e'er you do, you'll set the fad. CONSTANCE BERN1cE LANDAU 202 Eric St.5 General Course: John Hay High, Constance Landau, quiet and sweet She's the kind folks like to meet. RUSSELL GEORGE LAUER R.D. 2, Elyriag General Course. Russell is a man of the soil He will get rewards for his toil. Cleveland, JosEPH K. LEONOWICH R.D. 2, Elyriag Commercial Course Joseph L. is small and neat But we all know he's hard to beat. RUSSELL FRANK LETTERLY R.D. 3, Elyriag General Course. Because he has brawn and muscle Being a farmer appeals to Russell. EDWARD JosEPH LINDEN R.D. 1, South Abbey Rd.g General Course. Friendly, cheery and quiet you are You're bound to succeed with your guitar. BLANCHE IRENE LINSKEY '41 -l- FLOYD CARL KRUPKA 1-2, 281 Bonair Ave.: General Course. With figure broad and big and strong With the Flying Cadets he won't go wrong. MARGUERITE FLORENCE KUFNER 1.2 209 Blaine St.g General Course: Friendship 1-2, 7-8: VVriters' Clubg MacDowe1l Chorus 1. A famous book, or other feat ls bound to be done by Marguerite. EHS'41---1 JACK A. LEEER 827 East Ave.: General Course: Hi-Y 1-2, 6, 75 Cheerleader 5-69 Basketball 2, 4. O. Carefree, gay, and full of sound Without a doubt, he'll get around. LAURINE MONA LEE 132 Harwood St.: General Courseg Herald Staff: Friend- ship 1-5. Cheerful and peppy lllona Lee Will dance on stages from sea to sea. EHS'41- RUTH MAY LETTERLY R.D. 3, Elyriag General Course. Tall, quiet, delightful for a friend, If you want a pal just for her send. V IRGIL SYLVESTER LIMPACH 161 Courtland St.: General Course. Handsome and lzale, lanky and lean Life's mark for you will concern machines. E H s '41 --- RUTH EVELYN LOTz 218 Wooster St.: General Courseg Shore High, Euclid, Ohio 1-43 Friendship 4-5. A cheery word, a smiling face Ruth Lotz is welcome every place. JOSEPH EDWARD LOWERY 433 West River St.: General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1-23 Friendship 1-2, 5-63 Library Ass't. 7-8. Because Blanche has a desire to teach Her goal we know that she will reach. l'hzrtythree 327 Columbus St.g General Coursey Track 4. To make cartoons is sure ll task But Joe can draw what e'er you ask. H u Thirtyfo ur gg 'H-1 -rs" s1gnprQ9 L-EI-Is' JAMES EARL MCCULLOIJGH 134 Elbe St.5 General Course. Earl a fine meflzanic is dt infvenfing l1e's a whiz. HELEN MARIE RICGREGOR 513 East River St.5 Commercial Courseg Friendship 1-2. lllusieally minded is Helen llflarie An orrhestra leader she shall be. -i E H s CLAYTON JAMES MACBETH R.D. 3, Elyria5 Scientiic Course5 Track 4-S5 YVriters' Club 65 Jelferson Jr. High 1-2. Good-natured, friendly, and jolly is he Best sellers his novels are certain to be. RUTH ELLEN lx'IACDONALD 310' Fifth St.: -Classical Course5 Sr. A Cappella Saplentes 4-85 Frlendship 1-85 National Honor Society. Your nzusiral talent you'll show ere long As yon rhurrh rlzoirs sing your song. 5-85 --E1-1s DONALD H. MARSH 10-1 Eastern Hts. Blvd.5 General Course. Players' Club 3-55 HI-Y 3-45 Proyectxonist Club 3-85 Tennis5 Jr. A Cappella 3-65 Football. Don will show "that friendly feeling" lffhen with rars he'll soon be dealing. LUCILLE MARY MARSICO 355 East River St.5 Commercial Courseg Friendship 6-8. A friendly, cheery girl is she, She'll make a grand seeretary. - -EHS RICHARD LEE MAURER 133 Clinton Ave.5 Commercial Courseg Band 1-55 Hi-Y 3-85 Jefferson Jr. High 1-25 Monitor 5-6. Poised and friendly, talkative, he, A good nzortieian he' shall be. RICHARD CHAPMAN MECKLEY 219 Cornell Ave.5 Scientific Course5 Football 1, 3, 5, 73 Sr. Hi-Y 5-85 Class Play. When that new bridge we shall cross, We may find Dick has been the Boss. Th irt y ,H ve t mv-gg CSRACE ETTA LUPPINO 612 Lodi St. General Course5 Friendship 1-85 Library Ass't. 75 Chorus 1-2. Her hat designs will set the fashion For the women of this nation. 41-11- VIRGINIA lVlAE MCLAUGHLIN 115 Fairlawn Ave.5 General Course Athletic NE". Ginny is sweet, charming to all Beauty culture must be her call. 5 Friendship 5-8 5 MCVEY General Course5 Union Club 1-65 Sapientes 3-4. and lovely girl many you will curl. BETTY .JEAN R.D. 2, Elyria5 Ohio 1-65 Glee A quiet, shy, The hair of School, Mt. Cory, '41 i- JIEAN HELEN MACKENZIE 540 Broad St.5 General Course. Quiet in a thoughtful way, .lean will "liek" the world some day. JOHN A. lVIALIK 114 Ironflale St.5 General Course: 'Monitor 5-7 Science Club 6-85 National Honor Society. 5 Social Happy, sinrere, a friend to all, He'll follow the srientist's call. '41 PHILIP Ross MARTIN 316 Tenth St.5 General Course5 Jr. A Cappella 5-8. Your heanty laugh and beaming face Pl7ill make you weleome any place. MASON General Courseg Friendship 1. MARY JANE R.D. 2, Elyriag Helpful and In an offiee, ready to agree a clerk she'll be. '41 --i MEINKE VV. VVAYNE 237 Howe St.5 Scientific Course5 Band 1-8:1 Orchestra l-8. Monitor 4,85 Sr. Cappella 7-85.CafeterIa Worker 2-8, National Honor Soclety 6-85 Sr. HI-Y 7-85 Latin Club 4' You are brilliant and studious, Wayne, Your Cllfllllffli' goal you will obtain. HUBERT VV. MEREDITH 134 Eastem Hts. Blvd.5 General Course Hi-Y 2-35 Cappella 6-85 Band 1-4. He too will be a doctor fine And follow along his father's line. Sr. A A- . A I X ff- Q iI'llil'1.1'A'i.V JULIA MARGUERITE MICHOYVKA R.D. 3, Lake Ave.g General Course. Beauty work is her one desire For in this work she'll never tire. -l-EHS'41 - MARGARET MII-IALCIK 135 Rush St.g Commercial Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. Quiet, timid, and never terse She'll make a very capable nurse. HELENE MARIE IVIIHALSKI 416 Fifteenth St.g General Course. A perfect model Helene will be And in fashion plates we soon shall see. WILLIAM MIKO 217 W. River st.: General Courseg Basketball 3-8. The hve o'clock whistle better blow So Bill from the shop can homeward go. HAROLD WAYNE MILLER R.D. 2, Elyriag General Course. Factory work will be his pride With machines and tools by his side. Tienswni- FRANK JAMES MINNICH 417 West Tenth St.. General Course. His manual arts will aid In tlze factory where tools are made. WARREN GLENN MOON R.D. 1, Abbey Rd.: General Course. With agriculture he will toil For his heart and soul are in the soil. -1---EHS CLARENCE JAMES MUDGE 124 Lewis Ct.g General Courseg Track 1-4. He'll have cz girl in every port But never a one will he court. NORMAN EUGENE MYERS 325 Kenyon Ave.: General Coursey Library Ass't. 1-5. His future lies in his fine art For in this field he is very smart. JEANNE MARIE MOSLEY 223 Eighth St.: General Coursey Andrews School 3-69 Leaders' Groupg Friendship Ciub 1-8. In commercial subjects she does excell Ana' in office work does very well. WESSON MOTTOLA 120 Chase St.: General Courseg Football 5-7. Soon off to sea this lad will go To help Uncle Sam fight its foe. 11-1- NANCY ANN NEILL 113 Princeton Ave.5 General Course. She has many a friend but nary a foe, Success will follow where'er she may go. PHOEBE ELIzABETH NEVINS 323 North St.: General Courseg Friendship Club 5,85 Sr. A Cappella 5-8. Phoebe's smart style and hands that are nimble Will make her successful with scissors and thimble. -- EHS'4l----- ROBERT EDWARD NICKOLI 119 Erie St.g General Course. Bob's smiling and friendly, and we all know That as a machinist his future will glow. DORIS B. NICHOLS 1815 East Ave.g General Course: Friendship 1-85 Herald Staff 3-43 Office Ass't. 7-8: Sr. A Cappella 7-89 Writers' Club 5-6: Leaders' Group 8: Sr. Friendship Cabinet 7-85 Athletic UE". O71 gym floor or on tennis court Doris is ever an A-I sport. hirtyseven ZIGMUND JOHN NIEGOWSKI 1810 West Ave.g General Course, Though school work may not be your ace, You're one who'll ht in any place. DOROTHY CARLOTTA NOTLEY 228 Gates Ave.g General Course. If all you possess would remain the same, In paintings of art you'd have your fame. 'faq i fi G RN U sp X' T11 irfy aight .-7,5,.- vv-qt,w--gqf1- ---EHS ROBERT D. OLDFIELD, JR. R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd.: Scientific Course: Football 1. 3, 5, 75 Players' Club 6-85 Hi-Y 6-85 Herald Staff 35 "By Popular Request" 65 Class Play. With his forceful speech and confident way, Higher in fame he will climb each day. HAzEL MARIE OLMSTEAD S35 Second St.3 General Course3Friendship 1-85 Monogram. Red, blue, or green, with frills that are sweet, Hazel's clressmaking just can't be beat. -- E II s DANIEL LEE OSTROV 120 Columbia Ave.: Genera? Course: Cas'le Heights Igebalnon, Tenn. 5-65 Hi-Y 1-41 Track 2--lg Tennis 1-4: an 1-4. Danny's quick hand and rhythm supreme Will be famous in bands with his drumming theme. BETTY MAE OTTEN 409 Furnace St.: General Courseg Athletic "E"g Friend- ship Club 1, 4, 5, 8. With long red locks and eyes that shine She'll dance to fame in manner fine. --EHS MARGARET ,ELIzABETI-I PALMER 105 Broad. St.: Classical Course: Lima Central High School, Lima, Ohio 1-55 Sapientes 6-85 Friendship Club 7-8. Sweet, alluring, and full of glee, Some man's bride she is bound to be. ANTOINETTE PAONESSA 1617 West Ave.g General Courseg Friendship Club 7-8. A darling brunette, full of fun She'll have a column in the New York Sun. -----.-- E H s AUBREY EARL PEABODY 537 Third St.: General Courseg Oberlin High, Oberlin 1-4. With a hearty snzile your stock in trade, You'Il hit the heights minus any aid. DORIS MAE PELTON 303 Cleveland St.g General Courseg Friendship Club 1-23 Sapientes 5-8. Doris always wants to travel Then many tales she may unravel. hirtynine 'Q:s"-awww?"-W l - "I JANET NOTLEY 228 Gates Ave.g General Course: f- PP Friendship Cabinetg Friendsh1P 1'8- She's sweet and clever, and we won't be wf0fl9 In saying she'll go far with her lovely song- S A Ca ella 3-83 JI'- 11-11- llffIARGARET JAYNE OPPER 1024 W t Ave.g General Course? Sapieflfes Della 7-5? Friendship 7-33 Leaders' Groupg Monogram. fllargaret will, from state to state, roam Helping poor people to find ll llvme- 4g Sr. A Cap- KARL FREDERICK OSBORNE 115 Neufer Ct.g General Course! Jefferson Jr- High 1-2' Friendly, handsome, and rather shy, He'll drive his plane on thru the sky '41 ---1 LESTER LAWRENCE PAGE 108 Mound St.g General Course. Sam's the man with the glistening grin, A machinist's wreath for merit he'll win. EMIL SAMUEL PALIK 127 Mendel Ct.g General Coursey Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. In revised chemical halls of fame PVe'll surely encounter Emil's name. '41--l- ROBERT HARTLEY PATTERSON 1009 East River St.g General Course. There must be a record he's trying t The way that boy speeds down the street, o beat. KATHRY'N MAY PATTON 331 Third St.g General Course. This will surely be your fate, As a seamstress you will rate. '41 -l- HELEN lVIARIE PERKOSKI 223 Erie St.g Commercial Course. Happy smile, courtesy and tact She"ll keep the books so neatly stacked. EUGENE JVULIUS PERSENSKY 355 E'eventh St., Manual A115 Course: Football 1, Big "Waldo" is a happy lad, A willing worker he'll ne'er be sad. 5, 7. fl! -l-EHS IJOROTHY PETERS 142 East Fourth St.g Commercial Course3 Friendship 1-83 Library Ass't. 7-8. . In shorthand, typing she's a wow! Business college will claim her now. ALEX ANDREW PETRUS 295 West River St.3 General Course: Basketball 3-6. In basketball he's been a whiz, Perhaps in short his future is. PIERRE ARTHUR PETERMAN 112 E. Fourth St.3 General Courseg Hi-Y 6-8, Football 1-53 Cheerleader 7-83 Slip Collector 5. Bedeched with cheer and wit is Pete, A path of success in selling he'll beat. '41 ---- Lois MILDRED PHELPS 511 Cleveland St.3 General Courseg Friendship 3-85 Sr. A Cappella 5-83 Herald Staff 6. Red-haired, clever, attractive face, In music she will had her place. CHRISTINA PHILLIPS 307 VVeSt Ave.: General COurse3 Friendship 5, A cheerful smile for friends she saves, A secretary's work she craves. --iEHs'4I- BERT J. PITKIN 135 Madison Ave.: General Courseg Football 1, 33 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. I-Ie's short and blonde and rather wise In aeronautics his interest lies. PAUL POLGAR, JR. 337 West River St.g General Course. Future horses trained by Paul Shall make Seabiscuifs pace seem small. THEODORE PRUNNER 21 Chestnut St.3 General Course. If your car should fall apart Hire Ted to make it start. CLARA EMMA LOUISE RAcz 544 Turner St.3 Commercial Courseg Friendship Girl of charm and quiet voice A business school has been your choice. l-EHS'41------- ROBERT WILLIAM RADER R.D. 1, Graftong General Course. Though maybe quiet in room and hall He's one who's noticed by us all. BARBARA JEANNE RANKER 1018 East Ave.3 Commercial Courseg Friendship 1-61 Sr. A Cappella 5-8. 3 Your grace, your grades have us agog, Someday you'll be someone's stenog. GILES EDWARD RAY 427 Kenyon Ave.3 Commercial Course. It's said that he, an artist grand, Will always on his own feet stand. DICK WILLIS REINHARDT 912 Lake Ave.g General COUYSCS Football 1-7. IIere is an athlete, one of the best I-Ie'll never be left behind the rest. --lEHS'41?--- ,TACK THOMAS REINHARDT 400 Oxford Ave.3 General COUYSCQ Hi,Y 2-85 Players' Club 2-83 Basketball 1, 3, 53 Track 2, 43 "Growing Pains"3 "The Enemy"3 Cafeteria Worker 2-SQ Slip Collector 73 Social Science Club 7-SQ Sr. A Cappella 6-8. Class President, an actor fine, A brilliant future is in line. WENDLA IRENE RESAR 308 East Broad St.g General Course3 Herald Staff 13 Friendship 1-2, 5-8. In a uniform white, charming and sweet As an excellent nurse, she won't be beat. Fortyone WARREN THEODORE RIES 257 Harrison St.3 General Courseg Basketball ball 1-4. Your motor love and lust to roam Will soar you high into the ozone. ANGELINE RISTAS 1614 Middle Ave.3 Commercial Courseg Library 1-85 Cabinet 6. 7-8. 1-4 3 Foot- Ass't. 6-7. Your friendly smile and many good deeds . Will give the world the spark it needs. Fortylivu l-EHS PETER C. ROBERTSON 139 Stanford Ave.5 General Course5 Football 1-6. He likes to burn the midnight oil, But more for fun instead of toil. ELIZABETH ANN ROBSON R.D. 1, Graftong General Course5 Athletic Monogram5 Onice Ass't. 5-85 Orchestra 1-85 Sr. A Cappella 5-85 Friendship 5-8. She leads a friendly quiet life. I'Ier aim's to be a Doetor's wife. MARIAN ROBERTS VVest River RCL5 General Course: Jeliferson Jr. High 1-25 Sapfentes 45 Office Ass't. S-85 Friendship 5-85'Cabinet 7-85 Jr. Class Vice-President5 National Honor Society. Your name to all, fun does spell Yozfll keep close tab on personnel. '41 -l PATRICIA ELLEN ROGERS 333 West Ave.5 General Course5 Friendship 1-85 Athletic "E"5 Leaders' 7 85 Glee Club, Friendly, cheerful, you'lI not shirk From your sofial service work. CAROL JEAN Ross 373 Furnace St.5 General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1-25 Friendship 1-85 Athletic Monogramg Sr. A Cappella 7-85 Cafeteria Worker 7-8. Cheerful and blithe, both day and night, She'll make a lovely nurse dressed in white. -l--EHS'41--- ERNEST LoU1s ROTH R. D. 3, Elyria, Manual Arts Courseg Jelferso Jr. High 1. You won't hear mach of him before He gets outside the rlassroom door. JOE JOHN SABO 224 West River St.5 General COurse5 Golf Squad 1-2. It won't be long before you know That he's a famous golf pro. ROSE SALATA 527 Irondale St.5 General Courseg New London High School, New London, Ohio. hyith manner shy and hesitant You'll do naught that you'll repent. IDA JEAN SANDS 250 Sixth St.5 General Course5 Friendship Club 1, 2, 5-8. Oar Ida has all that it takes For a life in business or baking cakes. -EHs'41 MARGARET SARNOVSKY 120 Taft Ave.5 Commercial Course5 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. son Jr. High 1-2. ,, Quiet, lovely, little lass A secretary, she'll go up fast. MYRA MARILYN SCHAEEER 313 Oxford Ave.5 General Course. She's versatile and so you'll find She can hold a job of any kind. HELENA LORRAINE SCHAREINA 113 Morgan St.5 General Course5 Jefferson Jr. High: Band 1-85 Orchestra 1-85 Glee Club 5-65 Sapientes 5-65 Friend- ship 3, 4, 5-S. About in nineteen forty-two She'll lead the legion down Fifth Avenue. HENRY SAMUEL SCHIEFERSTIEN 124 Williams St.5 General Course. This lad is as lively as a wire He'll make his fortune and retire. ---lEHS'41--i--- ESTHER REBECCA SCHMIDKONS R.D. 3, Adelbert St.5 General COurse5 Jefferson Jr. High 1-21 Chorus 3-4. Esther is a quiet lass We'll all agree she has lots of class. RUTH ELEANOR SCHMIDKONS R.D. 35 General Coursey Jefferson Jr. Ijligh 1-2. "We all know this smiling lass In homely arts she leads the class." Fortythree ROBERT LEE SCHROEDER R.D. 2, Elyriag General Course5 Hi-Y 1. 2, 5-85 Sr. A Cap- leeillla 5-85 Movie Worker 3, 45 Football 35 Projectionists' u , 8. To spread his charms around you see, Bob in the escort service will be. MAR JORIE FRANCES ScHULTz 202 Eastern Hts. Blvd.: General Course5 Friendship 1-82 Sr. A Cappella 7-85 Library Ass't. 1-85 Class Play. Her ehain of stores will be known world-wide And she will all our fashions guide. :rr 1"0l'fj'f0llI A' A ' 2' As-'Vim MARIE AGNES SCHWEDA Withdrau'n GEORGE SEDERIS 503 East Ave.g General Course. d playboy all his life in bliss Until he meets a certain miss. JOHN AIORLEY SHELDON DONOVAN GEORGE SCHUSTER 167 Brandston Ave.: General Coursey Hi-Y 6-89 Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Monitor 5-83 Football 1. folly, witty and carefree is Don He's one that-can be depended upon. EHs'41-- IRENE Y. SERES 108 West River St.: Commercial Courseg Friendship 5-83 Athletic "Eng Cafeteria Worker. The way that Irene gives a speech, She surely should oratory teach. HYME KAUKUS SHAPERO 714 West River St.g General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. In any debate on the world of sports I-Iyme's in there fighting full force. E I-I S '41 -- EVELYN SHINDLE 328 Cambridge St.g General Courseg Football 1-85 Sr. A 218 Wolf Ct.g General Courseg Friendship Club 1-8. Cappella 7-85 Jr. Hi-Y 2. On the held he's very tough, He'll make other linemen say "Enough!" ARTHUR RICHARD SHERMAN She's happy and gay, greets all with a smile She'll reach her goal in a very short while. OLIVER EDWIN SHUBERT 912 West Ave.: General Courseg Sr. A Cappella Choirg R-U 2. Elyria: General COUYSCZ Band 1-85 Orchestra 1-3. Band 2-6. lIe's rather tall and quich in mind fl better pal is hard to find. DEBORAH SIDGWICK SILSBEE Cafeteria Worker 2-85 Sr. Choir 7,85 Monitor 7-8. At famous concerts you can bet You're sure to hear his clarinet. E H s '41 -- WILLIAM SINGLETON 240 Hamilton Ave. General Courseg Northfield Seminary 319 Seventeenth St.: General Coursey Football 1-8g Basket- 5-6g Players' Club 1-4, 7, 83 Friendship Club 1-4, 7, 8, ball 1-8g Track 6-8. A Athletic ff A laughing lass with flaming tress She'll find her way through every mess. JAMES HERBERT SIMPSON 245 Stanford Ave.g Scientific Courseg Hi-Y S, 6. 7, 8. In classes he seems rather shy But in ping-pong he'll sure go high. IVALYNN VIRGINIA SLUSHER 1213 West Ave.9 General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High Leaders' Group 7, 85 Friendship Club 1-83 Athletic "E"g Ping Guard. , A secretary, displeasing none, She'll .hnally marry the boss's son. IJAVID RICHARD SMITH 511 West River St.g Commercial Course. For all good music Dave does go In business he will steal the show. I ortyflve In the field of sports we're sure to find Bill, entering contests of every hind. RICHARD L. SLACK 503 Bond St.3 General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1, 25 Hi-Y 7, 8. With all the handicraft he knows Dial- should mah: good wherever he goes. E H s '41 -1- DONALD M. SMITH 1-2: 153 Courtland St.3 General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. II Friendly Mien is yours to use,' Your Sax gives out such lovely blues. DOROTHY ANN SMITH R.D. 1, Graftong General Courseg Glee Club 3-69 Friend, ship 7 8. She will go to Urseline College There to gain a nurses knowledge. wb' -gov flu if Forfysix nc f HUEERT THoMAs SMITH 219 E. Fifteenth St.5 General Coursey Track 3, 5. Hubert has his job all ready Working hard for llfr. Penny. MARGARET- ELIZABETH SMITH EVELYN LIJCILE SMITH 236 Winckles St.g General Courseg Friendship Club 1-2. Cheerful, smiling, full of wit :ls a secretary, she'll be a hit. X IYI ' AY SM TH ,. -,, l hw' radio over the ' K 1 LM E H S '41 LQ- nera C seg Sr. A Cappella 5-85 . . 3 ' Ig R.D. 3, Stop SQ General Course: Jefferson Jr, Highg Friendship 7-8. Smart and neat, full of wit, In aa office she'll be a hit. MARION G. SPENCER 10 Emerson Ct.g General Coursey Sapientes 43 Friendship 3-85 Office Assistant 55 Glee Club 4-65 Writers' Club 7. With a pallette, brush, and frame, lllarion will paint her way to fame. CLARENCE EDWARD STANDEN, JR. 222 E. Fourteenth St.3 General Course 9 Monitor S-8. Smiling, friendly all the time He'll surely make a business man fine. MARY THERESA STOLZ 313 Sixteenth St.: Commercial Course: Friendship 1,63 Players' Club 5-8. Office Worker 7, 8g Nat. Honor Society. Mary is efficient, charming, gay I As a secretary she'll make her way. ARTHUR EUGENE STRINGER 1254 East Ave.: General Courseg Library Ass't. 5, 6. Among the lasses who know his heart 'Tis said that "Art" will follow art! JULIA FRANCES SULLIVAN 225 East Ave.: General Coursey Friendship 1-8: Cabinet 5, 6g Sr. -A Cappella 5-8: Leaders' Group 7, 83 Library Ass't. 3-89 Monogram 63 Class Playf Success, so far has been her course Julia, well known, will make a good nurse. DOROTHY ANN SWANCOTT 132 Comell Ave.g General Course: Leaders' Friendship 1-8: Sr. A Cappella Choir 7, 8. Dorothy is sweet and full' of life, She'll make some one a perfect wife. ortyseven Group 5-8 9 EHS' This young lass will. do JQUAZ. XX-INIFRED N. SMITH 724 W. River St.. General Courseg Jefferson Jr. High 1-2: Friendship Club 5-S5 Herald Staff 55 Office Assistant S-6. .4 good "stenog" she will be llfvith her speed and efficiency. EHS'41-lk RIARCIA V. STEE' 200 Harvard ASQ? gdimmercial Course: 3-85 Sr. A Cappella Choir 7, 8. Her pleasant winning shyness Shows her hidden inner fneness. JANET B. STEVENS 244 Columbus St.g General Course: Friendship Vivacious, full of gayety, A beautician she will be. EHS'41-l JEAN CATHRINE SUGASKI 333 Eastern Hts. Blvd.: General Course. Your quiet way and friendly smile, Will always be a trait worthwhile. 41 ---- DONNA RUTH SWIERS Friendship Club 1-8. R.F.D. 2, Grafton Rd.: General Courseg Girls' Glee Club 2-83 Friendship 1-85 Athletic "E", Quiet but always full of fun She's sure to make her place in the sun. EUGENE JAMES SZABO 167 Bath St.g General Courseg Jr. Choir 79 Orchestra 3-85 Monitor 5-8. We hear the sounds of a violin Played so well, it must be Jim. QP' ,J 4 l"m'tyrig11 ALICE MAE 'FARRY 419 Sixth St.g General Courseg Friendship 1-8: Cabinet 6-8: Leaders' Group 6-83 Extemp Speaking 63 Student Cabinet 7, 85 Library Ass't. 3-75 Athletic Guard: "Galahad Jones"3 Players' Club 6-85 Elyrian Staff 8: Class Playg National Honor Society. Though 'ful, charming and debonair, Allice will climb the success stair. -EHS'41i - IJOLORES JEANNE THOMPSON 933 East River St., G n l C 3 F ' dh' 18. Leaders' Group 7, 83 Athlestiieg-?'E".0urse men S lp ' Y Always smiling are her eyes so brown, lllany friends her acquaintance found. MARY TOMCKO 125 Vliaverly St.g General Course: Athletic "EU All the ladies to lllary will go, Cosmotology styles she'll show. IALEXANDER STEVE TRAICOEE 1153 Blake St.: General Course. Great courage and will are his to command His spirit ran't fail to win Fortune's fair hand. ------EHS'41l-l EDWARD TRIESKEY 21333 Fifteenth St.: Scientific Course: Sapientes 49 Monitor lflfith your persistance and your brain Aviation will advance again. JAMES G. TSARONES 201 Cascade St.g Commercial Course. Carefree, quiet, and friendly too You'll succeed in wlmt e-ver you do. GEORGE H. TULK, JR. 1195 East River St.3 Scientific Course: Football 1-7: Hi-Y 6-8: Sr. A Cappella Choir 5-85 Nat. Honor Society 6-8g Monitor 5-8. In football George is a regular hand He'll play for the best teams in the land. EDVVARD l.,lRIG. JIR. 336 Eleventh St.g General Courseg Basketball l-8. In basketball Junior as a "pro" Ilfill be successful we all know. 1-1-EI-IS'41- LULU VALASSIS 351 Third St.g General Courseg Sapientes 45 Friendship 5-35 Lnllrary Ass't. 5, 65 Herald Staff 6. Through her lessons in school Lulu's flown like a master. She'll fly many planes without a disaster. RALPH WILLIAM VANEK 117 Quincy St.: General Coursey Track 4-6. Ralph is blond and very tall, He'll rally to the drmy's call. l-EHS ET!-IEL ELSIE VARGO 561 Irondale St.: General Course. IV ith charm and grace and wit to spare, She shall succeeed most everywhere. RUTH ANNE VAUGHN 141 Caroline St.g General Course: Band 1-83 Orchestra 5-89 Friendship 1-Sg Chorus 1, 29 Cafeteria Worker 1-6. Gay and clever with malice toward none, Her brilliant future will shine as the sun. 'ortynine BEVERLY MAY VANKEUREN 336 Ninth St.g General Course: Friendship 7, 8. The dishes that you do cook llfill perhaps someday fill a book. ERNEST THEODORE VARGO 1 Laura Ct.: General Course: Jefferson Jr. High 1 2: Band 3-8. kl7'll remember him by his saxaphone, When we hear him blow a sweet mellow tone. '41 -1 BETTY MAE VONDUYKE 645 Cleveland St.. General Course: Friendship 1, 2, 7, Sq Leaders' Group 5-S5 Sr. A Cappella 5-83 Monogram. Lovely to look at, nice to know, No telling how far this lassie will go. IRINIA JEAN WACKER R.D. 1. Grafton: General Course: Greenwich High School, Ohio 1-6. lllodest, quiet, eager to learn, f She'll meet success at every turn. :ff-1 9 .IEANNE ELEANOR WAGNER 416 Tenth St.5 General Course5 Friendship 1-85 Cabinet. Lffi Student Cabinet 5-85 Sapientes 45 Leaders Group .1-8, O .ce Ass t. 3-85 National Honor 6-8. . llfith cheery, friendly, gracious deed ds air-line hostess you'll succeed. ----EHS'41-ll JAMES BLAKE XVALDRON 119 Oak St.5 General Course. Cheery, friendly, and full of pep, He'll follow in his father's step. GEORGE LIONROE VVALIQER 1408 Lake Ave.5 General Course. Quiet, and friendly, he's 0. K. He'll win thru, come what may. lil.-XRILYX ,IEANNE WEBSTER u 213 Oberlin Rd.5 General Cou-rse5 Jefferson Jr. High 1. Zi Jr. A Cappella Choir 5-75 Sapientes 4. tllarilyn has a high I. And as a beautician she's excelled by few. GLADYS ELEANOR WEIBLING 860 East Ave.: General Course5 Writers' Club 7-35 MHC- Dowell Chorus 1-2.' ' K bler cheery smile s a happy sight Wfith painlt and brush she'll do all right. -TEHs'41--- JACK ERVIX XVENDELL 45 Cedar St.5 General Course. We don't know what you aim to be But the road is clear now that you're free. ROSEMARY DELORES YVESLOWSKI Hfithdrawn 'FHOMAS E. VVHARTON 113 Lewis Ct.: General Course5 Hi-Y 1-45 Band 1-6. Always quiet, rather shy, llis ambition is to fly. ROBERT NVHITE 911 East Ave.5 General Course5 Radio Club 1-2. Quiet and shy.. with kindly heart, Sure to finish. whatever you start. l-iEI-1s'41--i- FREDA LEONA XVILES 264 Columbus St.: General Course5 Chillicothe High School, Chillicothe, Ohio 1. She's very good at sorting books The boys will fall for her good looks. FRANCES ANN VVILLIAMS 432 First Piace5 General Course5 Friendship 1-2, 7-85 Mac- Dowell Chorus 1-5. lVith her feet she'll be the rage Of musical shows on the Broadway stage. .l.XNlLT ELIZABETH RVILLIAMS R.D. 3, Gulf Rd.5 Classical Course5 Sapientes 4-B5 Herald Stal? 65 Friendship 1-2, 5-6. . Her thoughts, her wisdom and her brains Plfill bring her many happy gains. CHARLENE MARIE WILLIS 247 Second St.5 Commercial Coursa5 Friendship A, 33 W'riters' Club 7-85 Athletic "E"5 MacDowell Chorus 1. Her charming ways of friendliness fire bound to bring her great success. ---iEI-Is'41--i- VIRGINIA LOUISE VVIMSATT 483 Cleveland St.5 Commercial Course5 Friendship 5-8: Monogram. Her love for hard work and not for play Will win her a place in the world some day. VVILLIAAI ELDON WINSON 521 Foster Ave.5 General Course5 Speakers' Bureau 4-65 Jelferson jr. High 1-25 Monitor 6 75 Players' Club 65 National Honor Society. Smart as a whip but just the same His wit will bring him lots of fame. NIARY VICTORIA WOLODZKO 1517 West Ave.5 General Course5 Friendship 1-85 Monogram. Small, and blonde, and full of zest In hair-styling she'll be the best. RALPH H. WRIGHT 11 Chestnut St.: General Course5 Hi-Y 5-85 Monitor 1-85 Jefferson Jr. High 1-2. Hn athlete is Buzz, a mighty mite, Thrdhgh tennis ranks to the top he'll fight. l-1-EHS'41-i RUTH ELINORE VVRIGHT 130 Grant St.5 General Course5 Friendship Cabinet 1-85 Sapientes 4-5: Student Cabinet 5-65 Herald 3. lfivacious, charming, quite petite, llfilling worker, always neat. DOROTHY ELAINE WYszYNsKI 308 East River'St.: Commercial Courseg MacDowell Chorus 15 Friendship 5-8. Confident, ready, everyday, Dorothy will make her note-book pay. Fftyone ROBERT CARL YOUNGEBERG R.D. 3, Murray Ridge: General Course. Quiet, sporting, and undramatic You'll see service at W. Automatic. ALI-'RED F. ZOLTAI R.D. 3, Delletield Rd.: General Course: Sr. A Cappella 7-85 Band 7-8-. l A quiet, friendly boy is he And a machinist he will surely be. NIISS EDNA JONES ,lrltviser in Ihr' Senior CYIIIXA' ..0 The following teachers have helped Bliss -lones in connection with certain work: ,Iewelry-Bliss -losephine 'YVilcox Announcements-Bliss Kathryn Hopwood Senior Distinction Day Clothes-Bliss Blabel lfubanks, Nliss llay Speer, llr. A. N. Smith Social-Bliss Marian Kemble judges for Class Poem-Miss Adele Brown. Miss Lenore Shumaker, Bliss Alice Stofer. WE'VE TARRIED LUNG lly John A. lllalik Oh loyal friend, our time is near, Four great years we've tarried hereg kYe've trod your halls and climbed your stairs, .-Xnd in your books we hid our cares. You welcomed us with arms outstretched: Our life's ideals you've deeply etched, VVe'll travel round this broad world wide, Your teachings as our staff and guide. E'en though we voyage and ne'er return, The fires of memory will ever burn, The old gym floor, the spacious "caf", The study halls, the teaching staff. Our weekly tests, and collaterals too, Schedule changes, friendships newg All return in vision clear Of these four years to us most dear. To you Alma llater-a fond adieug In years to come, we'll think of you, Of leisure hours and carefree days, Of your guidance through the murky maze. -0.-1. Senior Distinction Day-hlay 23 Senior Exams-Nlay 27, 28, 29 Baccalaureate Service-june 1 Senior Chapel-june 2 Commencement-Alune 4 and 5 Sf3F!l1'l"l'5'- Dr. VV. G. Leutner, President of VVestern Reserve University, Cleveland, O. and Dr. Kenneth I. Brown, President of Denison L'niversity, Granville, O. Fiftytzvo Qiiofmmiiliiees DISTINCTION DAY CLOTHES ANNOUNCEMENTS Jeanne VVagner lllary Ruth Kersha Dorothy Notley Alice Tarry Betty VonDuyke Bob Oldfield David Evans Wally Harpster Lester Page Eugene Szabo CAP AND GOVVN Leonard Brickman Carol Burgan Shirley Christman Tom Dunlap Sidney Gardner Florence joy Gerry Hange John Howard Olive Kowalewski Russell Letterly lklargaret Opper Alex Petrus lllarjorie Schultz Janet VVilliams Bill Singleton HISTORY Louise Dutch jean Halpin Richard Hines Hubert lleredith Bill VVinson JEVVELRY Phil Hofmann Helen Bristol Emily Davis Wayne Garland Betty Hengesbaugh F1ftythree WV Rose llflary Barlow Richard Ferriman VVayne Meinke Pat Rogers Oliver Shubert CAPTION Clayton MacBeth Lulu Valassis Eleanor Arndt Dorothy Bell John Birch ,lane Brown Ed Clark Ruth Eady Phil Easly Dorothy Fell Emily Gawura Nlildred Hjerpe Barbara Huebner Edith Kelley Dorothy Klamut Marguerite Kufner Ruth Ellen MacDonald John Malik Doris Nichols Carl Osborne Doris Pelton Lois Phelps Barbara Ranker Wendla Resar Winifred Smith Marian Spencer Elaine Sutton James Tsarones Gladys Weibling Charlene Willis MEMORIAL Sid Gross Phil Coe Mary Humphrey Harry Koplin Mary Stolz Julia Sullivan COLOR Ruth Christman Ted Almas Phyllis Hodgson Helena Schareina George Tulk SOCIAL Ruth Wright Barbara Aungst Joan Cheetham Pat Dewhurst Jack Elton Elaine Evans Myrna Gleason Marion Grobe Kathryn Haag Bill Hockaden Paul Krebs Dick Maurer Don Marsh Dick Meckley janet Notley Bob Schroeder jim Simpson Dorothy Swancott Ed Urig CUTS FOR ELYRIAW Albert Bauer Carolyn Davis Virginia Goodman Dudley Horning Virginia McLaughlin Angeline Ristas Don Smith Ralph Wright FLOWER Bob Botamer Helen Gerhardinger Helen Goodspeed Max Haldeman Clarence Standen CLASS PLA Y llloamerrrorooia lllivioiairr By IAN ILM' May 15, 16, 1941---High School Auditorium Director, MISS NINA I. BAKER CAST Charles IJOI1lill1 ............ .,......... I Vayne llleinlw' "Bimbo" Faringdon Victor Beamish ,,A,. .. Frank Hastings o,,7. Ellen ...,...... ,, ,................ . .. ................ Jael' Bnrnarfl Wfllilllll lI0!'d'IlI16'Il Philip llofmzmn ,..,.........r'lIarjory Srhultz Barbara Fane ..www....o oo......... .....,... L o is Delefeld "Button" Faringdon ,........ Alife Tarry llatron we ,....oAo.................i... ........ J ulia Sullivan Rosemary Faringdon Eleanor Arndt This play was first presented in London. where it ran for 663 performances. It also ran for a season in New York, and was presented a few Pulzlirity Creu' Helen Bristol Ed Clark llartha Cremeans Emily Davis Emily Gawura Betty Hengesbaugh lllary Ruth Kershaw llargaret Palmer john hlalik Deborah Silsbee Stewart Hawthorne Chris Faringdon .........tt,,.t. Philip de Pourville .....,... Jeanne Wyngner llnrry Koplin "l- loss1e" Nightingale ........ . ..............r David E-vans Edmund Ovington ..........,.......... Rifluml rllerklfy Sir Berkeley Nightingale Roberl Oldfield '1 reavers ..,.,,.,. .,.....,,,,...e,,e.....,e .......,, 1 1 lax llalzleman KKPOPYY if--un--U Old Crump ,,..... , lllilan Bendil' Jael' .Elton years ago by the Cleveland Play House. The play has been recommended by the American Educational Theatre Association. S rage Crete' john Birch Nathan Brenner Leonard Brickman Ed Clark Noel Duckett Dudley Horning .Iohn Klalik Philip llartin Norman Klyers Bob Nickoli Properliex CVKIK' Dorothy Bell Rose Datena lllyrna Gleason Lucille Hinderer Constance Landon Elizabeth Robson Carol Burgan lrene Farewell Nlarion Cirobe Barbara Huebner Ruth Ellen lNfIacD0nald Ruth Vaughn If usin es! lllarion Roberts Ida .lean Sands Louise Goldenberg Pat Dewhurst Fifty our Fiftyfive The69zsqUilemou9.6aokBackwacd FRESHBIEN-1937-1938 VVhen the Class of 1941 entered high school as freshmen in September, 1937, the rooms and halls of the Technical Building had just been repainted, sound proofing had been installed in the cafeteria, the music room, and the rear of the auditorium, and a new gy1n fioor had been laid. The office of the principal, hir. C. P. Shively, had been enlargedg the women teachers' rest room had been remodeled to accommodate the work of the Assistant Principal, D. Severs. and of the clerk, Bliss lVIargaret Herold. The one-minute morning bell. an institution of long standing, had been eliminated. VVhen November I2 came around, an all-school play, "Growing Pains", under the direction of llliss Nina Baker, was staged. Elyria Varsity Football Squad beat Lorain 6-0 and tied with them for the Lake Erie League Championship. The Basketball team finished the season in a tie for third place in the league. lkliss Josephine VVilcox and lNIr. Howard Huston were newcomers on the faculty, while Miss Georgiana Taft had left in June to marry Mr. Russell Francis. Miss Phyllis Pearson had replaced bliss Betty Roberts as secretary to Principal C. P. Shively. SOPHOMORES-1 938-1939 A Student Participation Organization committee was organized to work out a plan to allow students to take a greater part in school government. The Student Cabinet came about as a result. .Tack Reinhart and Deborah Silsbee. both of '41, were in the cast of the all-school play "The Enemy." The E.H.S. football team suffered only one defeat. 13-12, at the hands of Lorain. New members added to the faculty this year were Mr. Owen Gleason, Miss Kay Hopwood, and Mr. Earl Lautenschleger. Mr. Charles W. Koppes, science and mathematics teacher for many years, and lNIr. C. li. VVilliams, attendance ofiicer, passed away on February G, 1939. .ILiNIORS-1939-1940 lVIr. John Odgers, svccessor to lVIr. C. IW. Williains, began his duties at Atten- dance Officer in September, 1939. Health Classes were begun for freshmen and sopho- mores under the direction of N112 Ralph Bauer. fTextb0oks were supplied laterj Helena Schariena, first girl to attempt Drum lllajoring in the history of Elyria High School, strutted on the Sandusky field twirling the baton on September 22, 1939. The new plan of takirg pictures of each homeroom in the high school for the Elyrirzn made it possible for every student to appear in the annual. Students conducted membership drives in all homerooms to help the P. T. A. get more new members. For the first time in the history of the school, co-educational recreation was attempted. Two picked taems of girls played against two picked teams of boys in a volleyball game. CNovember. 1039.3 Room 108 was equipped for mimeograph work under the direction of Miss llurl E. Frye In space formerly occupied by lockers on the first floor of Tech a new room for storage ard distribution of books was constructed. A window was provided for each grade. The library received eight new Venetian blinds having metal bars instead of ordinary wooden one. The Elyria Board of Education in co-operation with the State Board for N oca- Corzwinued on page 130. 7 .f M1 at M , A l MIC ROOM jls-'lvt'fIl'lll'l', Miss IJoRo'rHY HL'N'r Ruin' I lLf'ff In rightj--Yiolzl Legiel, llargaret linbnslce, Klury -lo Keyes. Helen Kozel, Klzlry Kelly. Ron' 2-l'Tlt'2lll0l' KZlX'2llt'fZ, Cecilia liozel, lfliz- abeth Koehes, Bernice Lezunon, Ruth Keller. Rn-za' 5-lfleanor Kelley, lid lilllllflilli, Ann lizisik. Rita liirkbride, Helen lineliarek. Ro-zz' 4-l,zm're11ee Knlil, lfngene lilineet. Riellurml linnitz, Gordon linss, lion Krebs, xVZll'l'Cll Lauer. Ro-zc' S-H6I'll1ZlKl Leppien, Bob Koske, Gerald Layer, Geze Kozinits, liert LaCrosse, liill lienzuyell. MIC RC XJM 238-'l'mwln:r, Miss IXLICE STO!-'FR Ron' I lLf'ft to rightj-Ruth Szakaes, Adeline Tarnowski, Phyllis Wvagner, .lean Styles, lrene Sermegi. Ro-za' 2-Arthur Snkers, Viola Yon Uuyke, Pat Vogler, Lois Taylor, Helen Yarner. Ro-za' 3'-Doris lfrpehott, Yovonnc YValker, Roberta Tonry, George Taylor, Tom Terry, .loe Yargo, Gilbert Thompson. Ro-zc' 4.-james Terrell, Neil Taylor, Earl XVelton. Tony Trupo, Toni Striekler, .l'ohn Snetta, Ross YanArsdale, George Snrdoek. Ron' 5- xxylllfff Syleinpzl, Bert Stoddartl, Don Swiers, Alfred Yanderson, Fred Tutt- liill, Ray YVz1len4l, llury Tnron. 1ffff,ifi,i- ldiffy HUKIIC ROUKI 2l I-'1'u1rl1n', KIR. lf. R. LAVIZR Rom' I CLf'ft to righfl-llc-len Nagorka, Agnes Blillcr, Klildrcd Oswald, Aloycu Klycrs. Peggy O'fUallcy. Ro-rc 24Roscmary Novak, Lncilc Kloorc, lit-th Nichols, Shirlcy Pahncr, Iflnily Pacth. Ron' 3-Al1ll1lCC Norm-sky, lflorcncc Nagy, .loan U'Donncll, Lncilc Nostcr, Hattie llorsc, Klarilyn Norman. Rom' 4-Hclcn Pawlikowski. BCYPl'lj' Klormon, Harry Rlnstin, Hcrold Norsc, Klaynard Oatcs. Rom' 5-Don Novak, Clinton Klycrs, Nc-d Naniy, George Klorris, George hlyncliciiberg, Bill Papay. HUMIC ROOM SI7-'V1lIYl1k!l1'I', Miss Lois I,1TT1.i2'1'oN Rom' I fL1'ft to riylztl-llevcrly Schrader, Barbara Prindlc, nlicrry Ready, .lunc Ross. Ron' 2-Hclcn Podraski, Ruth Schneider, june Roig, Dick Reynolds. Rau' 3-Dick Porter, 'licd Pilc-ski, Fd Rybarcyk. Razz' 4-Ralph Ruth, Louis Pitts, Frank Sadowski. Rota' 5-Ralph Richards. .Iamcs Scarborough, Wlesley Rankin, Sam Polcn. 4 - HOXIIC ROHM 1113 f-'l'm1-lfw, Mlss AIDICLIZ lilwwx Roig' 1 f1.rfl lo riyfl1l7fl3:11'b:11':1 LwllZll1llll'l', YiX'i2lll QYIIZIDINIIII, IXI2ll'j0l'iC Qxfllll- stuck, Peggy fzxirns. Rum' 2--'l'o111 C:11'1', Klan' Lxl2ll'kC, Rlllfy lillrill, l,0111s1' K':1I1'. Roz: Ag---Hill L'1'1'l:111, Ricllzlrd li111'1'c1', Aloe' Q'iI'iQ,fli2lIlO, Yi1'g1111z1 Calva- vm-vi. lfln-:111r11' L'r1l1'111z111. l,111'1ll1: 13115111-ll. Rum' 4-L'l1z1rl1-s Ca1'111-s. flflllltlll Q1flHil'I', .lim L'ulli1'1', Lyla- l51111g:1rt, Albvrt C2l!'fL'I'. Kms Sfc1K'0l'QIL' Cook lJrn1:1I1l funk, Stow l5y1'y11sk1. QYh1ll'll'S Q'0111'z11l, Xxrilliillll l311111b:1cl1, Bill Kifillfll S. KH: R01 JH jlflfff 'l'111flm', M1ssl'f1'1.1x YOLNG Rom' 1 Cl,1fl In fjffllfy V l3:11'b:11':1 YY0od1'11ff, 111111111-I xYillSOI', 'l'l11-mlo1'z1 xYy'kl'k'I1T. x'iI'QiI1i1l f:1114l1'1'. Ruiz' 2--l'x1':111c1s VV1-bstc1', KI:11'jf11'ic Young, No1'111g1 Wvomi- muck, xlilfj .Xg111': xxvL'lSll, 1xI1lI'Q,'2ll'l'lQ XVl1itc'. Rosa' 3113011 XXvll2lI'f0ll. H:11'nl1l XYHIYT. -lin' xxvillffll, Pllyllis Y?llIlk0l'. Rau' 4--l,c'11'1s XYl11t:1c1'1', H:11'lz111al XY1I1'nx, llivk Yon, QIZIVI-Q XY1'l11'1', Hill xxv0l'k'CSfL'l'. Run' '-Hzlmlnl xxvl'iSll11lI1, w Rmly XxviSIlil'U'5lii- lf:11'I xvOllI!Q1l'hL'l'g, l"1':111k XV1-1511, -lnlm XY111s011. ffiff-1'1'fylll l I Fiflyniui OIXIIC ROOM 2Ulj+Vl'l'Il1'lIl'l', Miss l"1.nss limi-1fi5Ns'1'is1N Rota' I lfmft to riylitlfliettie Klziyiizml, Ruby llartin. Harriet Klasnn, Clairt Lugas. Rn-rc Qf-l.enore l,au'son, Louise Klcfullougli, Alean llaelienzie, Klary .lean llason, lfanny llaeon. Rota' gffletus Linipaeli, Kliltlretl lamttinan Shirley Rlefiowiii, :Xlyee Klellnnaltl. Razz' 4-Clay llarsli, Ray Blexeal Cliestei' Klalanowski, Dick I,llIlXlCj', Alvin Lounsbrougli, Bull lleyer. Rom S--liernaixl llalannwski, Bill fXIaeNIullen. Stanley Lesesky, Cliestei' Klaiilen XV0lfgang Legotki, Xfll'lUI1Il Liinrnitz, Ilean Klapce. llUIXH'f RUOKI 214-'l'w1rl1f'1', KIR. NV. If. ciRlfGORY if Rota' I CLrfz' to rightlfljat Hogan, Virginia Houserman, lfstliez' Hainula Olga liaezay, Dora Hopkins. Rota' 2-llarjorie Hoy, Doris Hopkins, Catlie Vine jiovanozzo, lfvelyn Izold, Vivian Hudson, Audrey -Innes. Ron' 3-Hel' bert Heath, George Hoke. 1301-mln' Hogan, Constance Hoag, Virginia Hoff nian, Dorothy Herman. Rott' .1.flQ0l2ll1ll Itlarvey, .lim lolinson, Cliarle Haney, liill Hull, Alaek Horning, Dick Hoag, l'l1il Kaiser, Pete Horvatli Run' in-Alolin lizieziiiziiwzyk, Bill lgnatzi, -lolin Hofmann, lfloytl Heskitt .'Xlfi'ecl Helyc-s, Don Hurst, Lou Kaplan, Uoniinie Qliovanozzo. L 4 ,,, We Nr X51 I HUNII R4 3' UI 235--'l'1'f11-lzw-, MR. If, il. l3,xx'1'1f1c R 1 1l.1ff lo rifflzfl---R11rl1 lgl'2lllIll0Ill', Illlllllll l3i1'111i11gl1:1111. Betty 1:11111 Mi 1 XX Illl N, villllil H11cl1l1r1lx, U01'othy Bl?llillSky. Rim' 2--l,1H1:111 Bl'lIl1Ill'l'. ixllllil Hlffllx, 511111111011 I3:1b1cl1, lin-vc1'ly ,AlIlbl'2lIIl0Sk2l. Razz' jfxlilsllvd Buck, Lois l31'111k, H1111 Ruth .'xCk1'I', -ll'1lll liogart, xlrmyvc- l51111z1cl1. Raza' 4-Rohm-rt l51rkl1111-, -I1111 yX1'1111l1l, ZXIZIFY 'Jill Bl1liIlC, slum- l31'11uv, -Iolm A11d1'zyc7yk, C 1-orgv .'XI'k'l1ih1lIl1. Raza' 5-.l'ol111 liowsn-1', xxvllylll' l311llock, xvl'l'II0ll fXl'L'l1l'l'. Hob Ii:11'tl10l1111-11. N111'111:111 livckloff. HUXII RHUNI ljfNxt-,l't'lll'll4'l', MRS. I,l'liI,l..X likuwx Rf - 1 Clmff fnriqllflfBc':lt1'1Cc I'illSiQll, .Allll lflstu11, -Ilmycc Crooks, Al11z111 rmmkf. Ruiz' Zfkwilfill Q10lIQI1liIl, Rosa' Ifllvn Uclwdvll, Dorothy I':l1dill,Q,'f0Il, l 1':111v1s ff11'l-gill, :X1'l1111' l'iL'kC'llI'02ld. Razz' j+R11tl1 IJ0llQ'hl'l'fy- Rl'I'lliL'C U:1111111, llllikl' lfll111tt,AI11111' IJilj1l'L'Il, I'flizz1lwtl1 IJOI'CSiI1l'L'Z, -101111 K'1':11111', Aglws Davis. lun: 4 'Hub lf111:11'x', Ricl1z11'4l Uzw, Hill U1'ck1'1', Stvvc Iflvk, -lm' I,IA2iPi'l', :111l1'1 IJr1b1'1111'ski.- Row 'if-Izlclc Daly, Bob Kvfilllllillgf. c:l'0l'Ql' If11glL', K l1:1:'I1-N fuxxlvy, l,c'1111:11'4l Uorow, Bill ICICIIICS, Wvzlltvl' C1'z11t1l:1ll. Sixfj Sixty U Ill' HOMIC ROOM 20813--Tmf-l1w', MR. A. X. Sx11'1'H Raza' 1 llmft to riglztl-,i'ean Steigerwald, Yirginia Sippel, Lillian Shinder, Helen Slnsher, Helen Sonles. Roz: 24-Pill Standen, Dorothy Pat Smith. -Ieanne Sehwert, .Iaeqneline Scott, Grace Sharrer, Jacqueline Stich. Raza' 3- Olga Sonkoly, Susan Sklenar, Yivian Smith, Sophie Skok. .leanne Spore, Paul Stanko, lrene Staysniak. Ron .pflllarie Sehweda, Klary Smithoski, Raymond Smith, jak Stanford, Hob Shepherd, Rosemary Smith. Rom' 5431-ryl Stevenf son, Dan Smith, lfd Smallwood, Sid Sprague, lid Slaughter, Deborah Silshee. IIOMIC ROOM 3lOffvv4'1l1'llt'I', Miss ciI.ADYS FKJXYELI, Ron' I QLeft to riglzlj-Hilda lfrber, Eileen Foreman, Klarie lfverett, Lila Fell. Ron' 2-Laura Fridenstein, .lean Graham, .lean Getz, Betty Fell, Harriet lfolley. Roz: 3-Ivan Fiedler, Betty Lon Flood, Josephine Flood, Klary Agnes Hall. Rozt' 4,+Sllll'lCj' Green, -Iames Gotro, XV111. Gleason. Raza' 5-Bob Gorman, Klarvin lfveneliilc, Bob Portman, Charles Given, ,lim jackson, Edward Gntowski. Ulf ROOM 111.1-fl'mrl1w', MR. H1-xRo1.11 VVILSON Roz: I flmft to rigllllflfloisc- Xv2ll'Sl'y. 111-110 l,'jyl1'1'li. Nora lwc Tait, Anna Src'i11isk1. Ron' Zillllfll Stvvvlls, All1'z111 Strollg, Ruth lvllQl'l', Ll2lI'0l 'll1'0xlc'1', lgl'2lfI'lL'l' S111-ct. Row jfjnc ,lt0II1L'k'li0, IXI:11'g:11'ct 'll1'i111z1ll, Paul lyI'b2ll1C0lC, 'llml x'1ll2lSSlS. l,l0y1l Xv1l.llBOX'i'll. Rom' 4AStcv1' ,lxI'2lll'0ff, IDUII 'lll101'lcy, lfal ,l1OIl1Sli3', tlflllll 'l'1':1cy. Rom' 5--lfcl 'l':1l:11':1Ck, Sfilllllj' Stc'1111Ck1, Angclo 'l'SI'2l0Ill'S, L'l1:11'l1-s 'llZlj'lOl', Bill ll0XYCllStlllC. HIC ROOM Ijj-'ll1'!l4'1Il'l'. MR. XXLLYN Rosle Rum' 1 Clmff In lfffflfl-Sl1lI'll'y' Rc-i11l1z11'1lt, 'l'l1cl111:1 SCl1l'0l'klCl', Alcrry Slu-pko, llmmis Ryilll, Lois Rollic. Rim' 2Tl':llllZl Ross. Gloria Rll02lclS, Klzlry Rcszlr, Lois Robc1'tsr111, Nzuwy Robc-1'ts011. Rom' 3-Alllllll Scl11'0c1l1'1', Cllmlys Scllustcr, lflixzllwtlm Scrvs, :xIZll'j0l'll' Rcvc1'a'0111b, lXI:11'1z111 lQCVCl'L'0lNl'l, Ruth R0lw1'ts011, livrry SClll1lll'. Rau' .I,fxx72llf R0tl1g1-ry, xvvilll' Roselle-2111, .luck Ruth, Clare R11l1i11so11, Kay Rl1ml1's, 'llvcl Rucly, Hzlrolcl Rusty 1All7l'l'f Sl1lPl'I'0. Rom' S- llill R1-1111111511-1', -Im' Salam, IJUII R1-nz. 'll-ml Rouse-vclt, jim SCllllStl'l', 521111 Rm'k11'uml, lion Ryan. .Vf fri HUKIIC ROOM 312s'l'uml1w', MR. CARI. S.xi1'rH Roz: 1 llmft to riglzflflietty .Io Iirziddon, Natalie lioylzin, Blzirinn lirzind, llorotliy lireeknoek, -la-:in liznin. Roz: 2ffl,l1ll01l1Cll2l Boron, lizirlwzirzi lieselier, Agnes Andy, Rose liornino, .lolin liowdler. Rafi' 3fl,fn1l Arelier, Hob Barn- lizirt, -lzxelq Benford, Pliyllis Abrziinoskzl, ,Ioan Hlinzley, Donald lizirres, -Iolin Abzilizizi. Raza' ..I,"ltCKl Alten, -laines Hoyle. lrene Antolieli, Nancy lizill, Betty Beck, Leo Andy, Clizirles Albrecht. Hubert liaelier. Rose 5-Louis liirklirte. lfzirl liziird. Donald Henson, Harry Bates. Cliff lizibeoek, Ifdyyzird BOSIIICIIX. Leon Alrfeld, Uiek Bl1'lHlllgll2lll1. ORIIC ROOM 207-'l'i'f1i-lm-, Miss l3.xRia.-xiu Hii.iai2RG Roz: 1 Clmfl to riglztjglllzigdzileiie Gonda, Yirginizi Goodrich, 'lilielinzi Gordun, Lneile Grobe, Rlllflilll Goodman. Raza' 2-George Gnilniette, Alzinet Grziy. -Iezin Gray. Dolores Haus, joe Grace. -Rafe 5-Alfred Gross, liai'bz1rzi Haag. Eleanor Hamilton, 'lxlielina Goldenberg, Edward Greer. Ro-ze .ifliobert Hzignes, Clyde Goldsmith, Loren Hzineliett, Dirk Hzldaway, Art Hzidzuvziy, Norrnzui Goldstone. Rom' 5-Robert Gollnizir, George Grneser, Alolin Hzdpin, Stanley Green, Lynn Green, Harold Grills. L , , A .mm H1 JXII ROHM -quxg 'Iliff-l1m,fXllss lJo1um'1'iix IuNiis Rn I tl.ifl lu riffflfb -H1115 .Xmi Hubert. Ruth Irion, Nvximhi Hull, Nlziry 'f 14' 2-fXI:iij ,Min Hum ihrc-, Klart Ho it-xxx-ll, 4X1fi1cs Hc'i'm:m, Ruth lmim lx, x 1 x 1 ,, Hollis. Ruiz' 3-lluxcl llc-nth, lxclth liig1xx'a'i', L :mil Hull. RHIC' 4-f fiilhvrt 1-ukv, Rrrhvrt llv:1i'm-, Rmhwick Him-S, Yirgiiiizi Hurst. Rm: S -Rollin Ht, . . ilaill, Dick llfii':lt'n', lAllllS IlI'llbj',.l21l'k IllIlf7. IIONII ROHM 318 'l'i'ml1ir,HR.S.k'.Sx11'i'll Rf I tI.ijf to rfqlffbf lxlziim- Spiwigtiv, l,llL'lIt' Sicminski, Nlildrt-tl Siiiimm. Nil'- min Simmy, lit-try Spitiggiiv. Ron' 2-f 'lium Smith, A-Xlivv Smith. -luziii Smith. Inzm Smith, 'liillic' Stziiicu. Ruff' jf--Stcvc' Sulvt, Uc'lui'vs Shilvy, 'lxom Smith, limi- Smiirt-. Xiiizi Shim-wing. Rum' 4--llc-itlwitt Stzirkvy, Allwi-r Stzmg, Ilfihwt Smith. Huh Stn-phzm. Ruiz' R- Huh Smith, L'h:ii'h'w Shisht-i'. Huh Sliimuvh, l,ih' Smith. Riulizml Stviii, Imxxvi Shiplvy. Si.x'l.i'fu1l1 Si.1'fyfif'1 MIC ROOM 2fl.Z'ywlYfl'lll'f. MR. R1x1.1fH l3.11'12R Razz' I Llwfr lo rigflfj--Alzliict liiixwvll, Lucillc Briglitbill, :XI2ll'i!' Czxstlc, l'1lc11'1'11c1 I31'm1'11, Ilomtliy H1'1:cc. Rom'2fKI:l1'g1101'itcCampbell,Vi1'gi11i:1C:11'tc'1', Liilll- stzmcc Clizipmzui. 1101111111 Qw2ll'lSOIl, llildrccl Cz1111111:11'11. Rozy 3-7-lllillllfil lirmvii, Klzzlimlzi L12lI'tl'l',Al0ZiIl l'il'ONX'Il, Ruth Cl1z1p111:111, Lillizui QwlM'Sll'l', Shirley L':11'1'. Roz: J,--Kliltmi C:1111111:11'11. Hob Castor, xxyilllll L'l1:1p111:111. l,o1'1'1'ttz1 Britt, l"1':111k Buck, ll2ll'I'V Clmpiiiaii. Ron' 5-Dick li111't011, Bill liiisxvcll, Hob Hrowii, Alolm l51'1'l'1:1. Xml Qi!ll'YC!', XV:11'1'c11 lglllllt, ciL'Ol'gC lgl'llIll1L'l'. MIC ROOM 2-gO'7il'lI1k1IlI', Miss Mmm' li1i1.1,v Raza' I llmft to riglzll-Sliirlcy iNI::1'sl1z1ll. U01'0tl1y liuzvl. lfiuiicn' KI:1lz1111m'sl4i. Klnry Lopp, lAll'll'Il Lcsc-sky. Rozy zflloris l,cz1tl1c1'111:111. Violet 1,1-ln-1'. 111-11- ricttzi Klzilin, Yvonne I,:1111c1'c:111x, A1111 KIcYVilliz1111s, Stow 1,1-ko. RIIFL' 32 A111111 ixICc:lCll2ll1, Clzirciicc LOITg,Il7!'2lliC, lg2II'b2il'2l liricg, Dick l.cl1111:11111, Ixlllll'CX Krziy, IDIIYL' Liiidvll, Stzmlcy Klzilik. Rom' 44-T0111 RICcillil'l', ll2lI'l'y llziliilo, liviiiwtli Loc, Dmialml Lcc. Victor liriicinski, Vick liriicinski. Rizc ixIL'llll'Vl'l' jim l,llIlN1lllIC. Roz: S-Alilylllllll Klzirciis, John llililo, blolm l,i11x'illc-, ljfllllllll I,i1111, -Iolin Lcbmv, Victor I,0tl1c1', ixI2lCli I,0opc1', 5:1111 Hlzlrsfco. H1 JXII R1 X PM gsgzf-!l'1'f11-l1r1', MR. I". A. I'i.X'l'4JN lui, ' 1 flmfl In riylilj--Virgiiiizi Yilllgilll, Mary' Lwlllift' Yl'IAlWL'ii, Olivia xV2lI'l1K'I', lim-wily NY:1ll1'r. Rosa' 2----L':11'oiim' Zoltzli, IJo1111z1 Yost, Sliirlvy Yoo, l':iL'ZlI10I' XYilwl1i1'1-, Nlntiiilmizi ZillllIli'l'll11lll. Kon' 3--.I11111 Xvl'l'l12lIlI- livrty NVQ-ibling, Row Xlury W 111'k:1, Ruth W o1'H1'1', l'1'z111k W1-sr. Ron' 4.--W 21111 Young, Dick Y v - 1 Y v . . XY:1g111-V, Hill xXvl'llI'Z, Bob VVilso11, Zigmiiml Zzlvliowski, l'i1'1-1-i1i:111 Wvooilson. 'mg if--Ci1'o1'g11' xvillCl'Ilf, .lim xxriN'l'll'l', Bill Zoltzli, L'l1111'k Wvickzxrd, Hill XYoo1i. NV1'1i1l1'H VV:1ik1'1'. HUXII ROHM gsgkgf-'I'm1-l11'r, HR. RA1,1'11 VVoon fx I ffrfl I ' .' nriqllti1---H:11'1'i1'T Colicn, Aivz11'1'tt:1 l,i'Ill0S, -I1-2111110 Uilgrvii, ixzirlirxii Ilviiios, Xlury Curtis. Ron' zfffllzilpli fox, fNl1'lx'i11 L'1'11s1', Row IJ1-Uziwo, Ruth L10lNSf4lL'i'i, Dorothy Cook, Ill'I'llI2ll! lliimkv. Ram' jf . , , , . iI1f:1lw1-rli llvm-s, U :1111l:1 Llzirk, konnu- I,l'iQ11llill, ixl2lI'Q'1lI'l'I' I7o1'1'si111'1'f U . . , , . , . lll'fi11l Ifzivisson, ixI2lI'A1Ul'lk' lo1'l1rz1111-. Hola l',z11'i. Raza' 4---l1'r1-5:1 Ilvrws 3 lloiozm' I,Zllll1l'l', lliyllis Kii1U2lTl', Bvtty Uilliiigliziiii, Hill HIIIITIHI, 5:1111 Colfj mxm, Holm Ili-ll1'fi1'l1i. Roz: R Bob Cox, xlzivqiivliiic' U1-lp, .'xIl1iWl'USl' Cook, I f'xf1'1' k'l11'iQri:1i1, lfrlim-I U1'llis:111ti, Ruth Corirzul, .loc llviiipscy. Nix I ysisr L HOMIC ROOM z13w'l'1f111l11r. NIR. I.l2lE Lvxiixx " ' " " 111 ink Raza' I Qfmfl in 1'igl1tHfNIz11'y .lane litts, Alam' Urlowski, Vxinim-1 su , Hziry' l,o11is1- fyBl'il'l1. Razz' 2-- l"1':111ccs Oscku, IICIUII Pins, ,lii1l'l'l'S2l Nicgow- Qki 'IIN' Pwkriwwki 'Xlzirfvc' Paw I:111icL' c57Rl'il'Il. Ron' gflhzicc Novi-skv, - -.l- . .A 5 II-. . Lxililflllk' R:1wso11. lJ0l'0I'i1f Klill' Po111c'1'o1', fil'l'2llliilN' Pc1i11c1'0y, i-111111 i'i11tc'1' lfii Pzlhi. Razz' .1.fIA'0Il2lIAti X0:'tc'1', Robert P0lI1L'l'0y, QLTII Post. 111111 Pnl- Y lzmly, ljfllliillikx I':1t:111i:1, Iii-11 Xomk. Roz: 5A-Ixubcrt Paty, Ilc1:1:1hl Oily I'1l'2UlL'iS f7bl'il1QL'l', Aiflilll Pulgzir, Kiln-1111 Pcltn-1', Riuhzml Rziiiil, fuck Pm-1'ki11s HIC ROOM 23.1,f7vl'Ilf!1t'l', HRS. Iiihxxcnri L.-11412 Raza' I Clxft to riyfl1lJfR11ti1 licopp, -101111 Klint, Bz11'bz11'z1 Klckf1tt:1, XfJI'I11?i ' imc Kidd. Raza' 2-IJo1'r1ti11 Kim-f, -l2ik'111lL'iiI1l' hlmws, T111-1'cs:1 .lll1'k'ZBl1Sk!, lm ' ,Ir1l111sto11. LiOllSi'21l1k'L' -ICIlkiI1S, Lmiffxc -I'z1bb11scl1, Iflizzibi-tl1 -l0IIkillS. Raza' jf lJr11'0tl1y liochis, lx:111 -Iol111sf111,fz11'l liocpp, cil'Cg0l'y Koskv, I'1I'21llk AI2lIlOXYik'f 1:11111-s King, Hob Klein. Razz' 4--Klziry lilyop, Nizil lil'L'L'h, N1-il ,lc-1154-11 Umlglzls -IZICICSOII, Ricl1:1r1l -I0l'li2ll1, Ri1r111z1 liil'kP2lfl'ik'k. Rim' S---AIi111 Kziisci' Hub Kirk. l"1':111k -Innes, Herb King, Bob K2ll'lll'S, .lack liziisvr. IIUXIIT IQUUXI mmf' 'l'fm-lm-, Miss TYICLLIZ R. Imxxls , . . V - - A 1 - V 1 Aw 1 Qlmff to rlgflzlbf-ff Q l:l11'c- NIZIVIK' Nluon, Lows Klcvklcxg 5yiN'l1l XIIIIU, L :xml Xvxxlmiwr, XIZll'jUI'il' Nlmlgc. Ron' .zfflinlm-ll Nichols, .-Xnwlisl xIl'l'L'l12l, Dolly NIM. xI1lI'Q1ll'i'f Nlzltyus. Raza' 3-'-cll'Ill'Yil'Yl' Xlinrh. l'1l'Illlk Xin-gmxski, l"l'2lIlk iXIHIlT!lQI1l'5l'. Rosa' 4- lA'Ull2ll'll Xl'1lll,-lxllllll Kloisv, Bill fxlizulurk, Bill Nlcyvrs. ,lulwn KI4-rggml, Razz' R Xvm. lf. Nlvym-rs, Dick Klvinkv, Umm. Nivl1ul:1s, Hub Xt'Tl1l'I't'llT, Martin NIlK'Hl'I', 'l'hurm0ml Nlilln-11-11. Ili DXIIT Ri M BNI .ZKQI---'lvf'lI1'fIf71', HRS. LXCN lis lin' Rom' I Qlmjf ln r11fl1fHvf-l',lc:111m' l'm'1'm-st, lX2lfI1I'jll inlzlss. Rubvrtil l'USfl'I', 'I1l1l'IlIlZl fil'QL'lIl1l'iINl'l', Qvlilfll KIZIL' c:1ll'CIlS. Raza' 2-ff Mary Ifostm-r, lin-wx-I5 ililahs, Ifsrlwr Cliblu-rms, lflsic' l'x1lZK'l-RHS, l'il0l'l'IlL'l' Um-xnlwkzx, Lloyd l'fckl1z11'nlt. Rom' 3 ilu-o1'gv l"itxpntrick, Ibm-is Clilbcrr, Putty lfoxvl, Iicrty l'f4lw:1l1ls. l'1lIg11lI'fi1lfl'S. H:1l'1'yUil111m'c. Run' J,-NVcslc'y l'w1lk'kl1'l',-Iilfk Iilbvrr. Ilornthy Clibsmm, xlllfillll Clic-dv, IgL'I1I1l'fI1 IQ-S14-1', Howzml l"1'i4lc-zlstilw, .Nun l'NK'I'OH- Q'rn1sr:1lu'v lfmst. Razz' 5--.lack l'i2lllH1Zlbl'I', .lurk l'iIUXYL'l'S, 'Ibm Elliott, Bob lflc-k, lfnrrvst Hur, Ulm-nn lfrnst, Lwflfll' Gzlnmblv. Si.x'Iyfig1f:f Sixty 71 in 1' XHOME ROOM 3OQ-Ylf'Ilt'll6'l', Miss Mixiiniz PARx1E1,EE Ro-za' I lLefl to rightj-Carol llarshall, Chloe llarqnis, Katherine Knbnslci, Blanche Longgwell. Raza' 2-LZlxvC1'I1C lXIcl,aughlin, Klary llletcalf, Klare garet Lump, lVanda Legrel. Roan' 3-hlarjorie black, Frank Klcformiek, Charles Kleek, Alcan hlartin. Doris Krebs, Priscilla llartin. Ro-za' 4-Yire ,qinia lirnpka, Alan Lyndon, Gladys Kolb, Richard Loomis. George Blaylock, Fred Liester. Ro-za' 5-Charles, llartin, Frank Kletera, Loren Rh-sclilce, Arthur Kleinke, john lllelienney, lllartin lioepp. HORIIC ROOKI 307--Twzi-lzrr, Bliss KIM' Svlilia Ro-za' 1 lLeff to rightj-Beverly Steger, Rosemary Strainic, Betty Spishok, Dorothy Sokol, Carol Slusher. Row 2-Robert Smith, .lack Smith. Vivian Sherman, Celia Stolz. Genevieve Skok, Yera lllae Smith. Ro-zc' 3-Victor Stuart, llorothy Faye Smith, Annabel Stokes, Frank Sabotka. Raza' 4-- Henry Scrivens, Richard Seekins. Dan Stevick, Frank Shepherd. Charles Sebastian. Ron' 5-Glen Seely, Howard Sherman, VVayne Snyder, -lack Schuster, Dorothy Simon. :N 1,4 IIOMIC ROOM 2U8,'xf'l't'lI1'lIl'l', Hlss lux L'1m1f1f1..-xxlm Rm: 1 Clmff In riyllfjfllrmsc- .M'11o111, :X11g1'1i111- l5111'h:11'1-sso, lim-is ,-X11:1111s, Betty .X111111:1fi, 151-115 140111. Rosa' 2-10111 13:11'k1'1', L'1l:11'11's 1g1l11l'j, Clair .-X11111'1's1m A1111-1'r 15:1xt1'1', Sylvia 1gi'k1l12llAZ, Ri1'11:11'11 13:11'111's. Rom' jfxY2l1fl'lA 15011 1"1m'1'111'1' 1i:11'11m:111, NIz11'j11ri1' BZUIIIOI1, Nlll'll12l .'x1l1I'1l'11, 111111111 Bigmmkcm Razr .Lf-1':11XX'2ll'11 .'x11ll'1f, Lw1l1lI'1l'S 1g2l1il'I', 1,1121 Adv, A102111 151-1'si11g, A101111 l3:1s11:1k ,QUIK R -X111 15:1s11:114, -1111111 1gIlI'2I, AIZIINCS 151111, Illlllii 13:11':1ski. Hvrty 4X1111ms f1l'0l'QK' JXI'l141f- C11'o1'g1- 131-11111'1'. IONIIC ROOM l,IiXf!I'1v11'l11r, Hlss IXI.x1:1,1c X'111:.xw Roz: 1 Clmff In riyfllfl-f-V1-1111:1 xXYl'1711l'l', Ixlilfj -I:1111- XXVI?-il'11i, fXI:11'j1m1'i1' Uvzitt Luis X-HllIlQl'1N'l'Qf, Xlzlry XY1'11111i11g1. Rm: 271,011-tr:1 X'lll11il'l', 1111111 XY:1s11 -112111 xXYf1il'l'llI', Klargic Wvy s1mg101'ski, L':1r111'1'i111' XXvll1i1l'. Ron' jf' --101111 YV11'k1'1 111:111, 1,!lll1 XYl'1IIl11llI. 1111111 xVL'Sl'152llIIll, -1:1014 Youllgj. Ruiz' 4- 1'1l'ilIl1i Yz11's:1 1J:111:1s XxY2lS1l1ll411TfJII, -101' Wvllirv, 1,1'1111z11'11 XVys11ggo1'ski, -loc XY:1ts1111. Razz' Sf-f W'111:11'11 NY1'it71'1. y11lV1i XY1111n'11, L1:11'1c xxY0l'1'111l1Qfllll, 1'f11u'111 XY111v111'111f. 1301111111 XY11111-. L'112ll'1l'S NYi1'r11. IIUNIIC ROOM l2I'f7'4IIl'llt'1', NIR. A. 'lf S,xl1'1'u Razr I Qlaft to I'l1jI1flffAl1lI1l' Sflmc, Klartlma Sands, Lois Rom-sv, Ruth Scllanlmp, Patsy lwgl-rs. Ruiz' Zfxflflllil SL'l1I1lllll'. llorotlmy Rnrkn, l'lllK'Q'll Rasm-r. Vivian Root, Ruth Rogtrs. Run' jfflydc' RUl7lllSUIl, Bob Riddlv, llvtty St'lll1SfL'l', ,Ivan Svlmlit, Clvrwx'iw Rurka, Xxv2llfk'l' Rylm1'cx'l4. Raza' .LA-xVl'INlL'll llatuil, Paul Sulmlrz. Ruin-rr Rcising, llcrulan Saxon. Rilylllflllkl SCIll'hOI'0llg1l1. flux: R-:X1ulu-xx' Rucker, Sam Ristas. Stvrling Ray, Wviliam Rutko, Xxvllllillll RUfllg1CI'j, lfrlin Sclmramm. HONIIC ROOM 2371'l't'Ilt'!If'I', HR. Claxkis Srlum' Ve'7'e'l1fyn111' 'c ack llaruclla R'll1I'l4' Raza' I ilmft to riglztlfflloria Oldfield, lflizabctll Pola 5 , . . . ,,, - . ..y1r,,, O Nlllllflll Roz" 2-Uomtlu lxabx, Iamwl n1ng,r-' lxIilI'jOI'lC Orr, Aloscplum' - . . W b A Yir irin Pxuoft Yirlz Plpp H1 ' Pl'1Q lfdward Plas Razz' g --limb 'gm J: 1 , zrwy I., . ., x O'lJonm-ll, lion lJl'lIll'lCI', llorothy l,ZlSl'll2lXY, Sllirlvy Uldllcld. Rau' .lfff-ylllllt' Rankin, Rolfcrt Nix, Carl O'lNIz1llc-y,.lm- Rodaclmi, Hill l'c-111bv1'tl1y. Rom' if-V lflmcr l,L'SlillI"lIl Bob Pitts. Carl Palgyi, Ronald Pcnfmmd, Robcrt Pc'tc'1's john Pawinski HONII RU1JXI1q1'--I '1111'll1'I', NIR. 1'5.XRl, 1,11'1'1cxs1'111.1,111i11 ' ' M --1111 xv1I'1V1ll1'l '1'1111'11Q1'1111 1l11s1- bx:11111, P111111 R 1 111511 ffl X11 1111 R1111' 2 11111 1 111111 '11' 1' h 11111111 112111 111111 ' , 2, . . . ' ' ' 7 "' 911-10 ' ' ' 11'1s R11111'11'11 1:11114 1,11g.11 1111111. . . 111-1 1. , . - . A ' 1 " ' ' 5' Y:111111'1's1111. 1,1lX'1l1 'lilly 1111 111111 1111 1111111 I' , 5 1 . vm' 1- -151111 11.1111111, 11lll1 1,lll1 '111 11ie1 Rm" 4f11l'11'I1 Y11111. A101111 'l'z11'yz111, A121L'1i XIIIB Sf11111'7:114, z 'z 1 XX 1111 111 Ri 1111-K1 111111111111111 XYi'l"l '1'111111111s1111. R1111' R -f-1111111-1't Y1111151'111'14 V 111 X11-1 XVII. L51 5 , . 1114 '111'111111111'. 1111111111111 '11z11'1'1, 191114 '1x:111111', N1l'1X'1ll Y1'1f!1'11, 1XK'I1I1l' 1'lll'P', MISS NI.1111i1. l'f1'11xx1Qs 1111111 ROUNI 141-H-'l'111 R11 1' 1 flrfl In 11111111 1"1111'1'111'1' 151'1111'11, 151111115 151111'111, xlilfy 1511:11'11, 1,11111'tt.1 151111111, 15:11'11:11'g1 151':11'gg1-1'. R1111' lg--1111111-s 1511511. .11l11Il 1511y'1Z1ll, 1f1111:11'11 151111111 'X1111z1111'111' 15f7XX'L'1'S. Rflfl' 1-ffR11111'1't 151117. L'11:11'11-s 1511x. N1:11'g1'1'1 ' ' ' 'rr' 4, 111111111 15111'11i1111. 1,1-1'111' 1 1 1, 1,111'1'tt:1 151 , 1 111 111 111111'11'11':f, ,12llll'f Q :11'1'1111. lx 1. -- , , 1,11 1111 1.111111 15l'llk'1i 111'11-11 15111'11. 51111101 1511:11s. R1111' i---f15111'111'11 151'11 1111111111 151111 1111 X111 15111s L11 11N 151 1111 NI 11XI1 151 1 NI11'111111 151 , . 1'1' ' 211' 1n1'1'11. XXI1. '17 ' , . 211' V 'IHIQ 11011, '1'11l HOME ROOM IO7-'ylt"IIl'lI!'l', Miss Muzi. FRYE Rove 1 QLrft Io riglzfjhlflaine Chapman, Lucy Cureillo, Dorothy Craft, Ruth Corrs, lllarian Cohart. Razz' 2-jack Dean, Ninabelle liirkline, llarian Critel, Hlartha Christie, Pflda Christie, Bonnie Crosby, Alaek Cook. Row Critel, Rlartha Christie, lflda Chrstiet, Bonnie Crosby, .lack Cook. Ro-zu 4-Lois Davis, M'arilyn Chandler, Lila Dallas, Lois Cornell, David Davies, Paul Currier. Rrm' 5-Klartha Hiro, Donald Daykin, Bob Cebnla, Charles Crehore, .lack Castle, Bill Collins. HOMIC ROOM IOU-Ylt'Il1'lIl'f, Miss RIARY li. AIINK Raza' I Cleft In riylztl-Ruth Julius, Klary liZlI'lllCl0XVlCZ,, jean Kessler, lflorenee Kznninski, Klary Ann liaspen. Ron' 2fRI2ll'l2ll1 liirkbride, .Ioseph Klozek, Henry Ingersoll. Betty .lane justin, llarian lNIel,ancl. Ro-ze 3,-Arthur liehart. Paul Llones, Hob Kemp. lrene lietehnm, Harry liaezinarezyk. Raza' 4--lflfli Alensen, fllurian Alnsten. RI!ll'g12ll'Cf -lusten, Ellllfl' Alayeox, Shirley tloswig. Rom' Sglxster Jensen, Xventworth .ll2llIlL'l'S0ll, -lohn Kalmar, lfarl joviak, -lanet Kirby, YVillian1 Innes, Ray slusten. nfylfzrf . 1 f V w IUPUI: RUUNI .Zlu--Iwf1.l11'r,KIR. KI. L. l,lNNIl,l.Iz llnplxills, flollllc' lluwzwsl. Rom' z I 'C' ' . 2 llc-mlrirks, lin-try lloag. Rm: C-Donna Gutllman, Ifdna Hcndrixson, lfluim llolmcs, lictty llmlsrm. Rom' .1,fCl'k'K'll1l lqlcrmzm, Rzllplm llzlmlin, lfmlw:u'ml llzirml, Qllillfl' llogzin, Clvoxjjv l'lllNlC'l'Cl'. Roz: 5-'llom llzlywooml. l'llll'l'Il llullup, Rohm-rr l'lutting1c-r, Nancy Ilalrcr, Robert llclmlingg. MIC ROHM 223A-'l'f-nflfw, NIR. AI. IJ. l"L xx Ruff I lI,t'fl to I'iflllfl?l'ilC2lIl0l' llc-rule, Klary lJ1'uscml:1l1l, Kluxinc lluvnsixmgl. Nlllff lfllcn l'vmhc1'tl1y, l.illi:m l'l1N?ll'l'. Rom' 2'c:l'0I'gfl' lla-ckcr. limb Uuclwzl, l'i2lI'l Roggc-1' llivwzllml, .lllllil l"clwtL', Lois l'llI1lk'll'. Raza' 3fStc'x'v l'lc'lu'tc', Allll' mlm l,i'llI'Sk'll, Slwrmzm IJIIYZI, Carl Uvicl1'icl1, Bill llicmlwiclm, -llfllll-I l'lc'lcm'tm'. Rm: 4, fllum l'lI'IlSll1lXK', Pctl' lflck, Rolwrt l:lllll1Jl't', Iiilcvn lJ4'XYl1llI'Sf, Qil11lI'll'S llivnm. Rom' swlidwin lflln-rt, Russell lfvvs, lfclmuml lJiccl1'ick, lfmlwin l'll'Illll1UI'K', l"rc'ml Dia-ll rick. Raza' I llmfl to riglzrlffllolly Humlnutt. -loam lloguc, Ixlilflilll llicks, Klargin JI l. llullbut Qlkll Hinton, xV1lll'l'l' S1"Z'FI1fj'f0 111 wezziyfiwf HOMI-I ROOM 256BS7ll'!l1'!It'I', MR. PHn,nf I"lOI4'NIiXYX Rozy I CLz'f1 tn rizflzll-l5ex'e1'ly Gagen, llargaret Gibbens, llargaret Gregory, -lean Gilmore, julia Gotro. Rozc' 2-BI?ll'Il'lZI Foster, Eileen Gunning, Klary Griggs, .Indy Flood, Allen Goldstone. Raza' 5-Gail Gilmore, Faye Finnell, -laniee Green. Xlartlia .lo Guenin, Robert Gamble. Ro-za' 4-Nan French, -laines Fitzgerald, Harry Gard, Betty Gillespie, joseph Gonda. Rnzc' 5- Wvarren Grier, Ted Gilder- Rosie lfraneis, Bill George, Ted Gasser. HOME ROOM 30.15-,llI'IIl'lIf'I', Miss IS.-xaimazx Proeuiziz Ruzg' I lLeft to righfj-Lois Kleyers. Mvinona Kliller, Betty Lavine, Donna Klae llinkler, Rita Klae Klinnieb. Ro-zz' 2-Brady Klinor. lionita Klyers. Klarilyn Klorris, -loanne lleyer, -laniee Klilliren. Razz' 3fRnssell Nieboll. Roy Bloyer, Loren lliller, Faye Klyers, Helen Klills, Rita C. llinniek. Ro-za' 4.4-Bob Nagy, .lack RIOOII, John lloore, Randolph llitebell, Steve Mfajesky. Karl Hloebl. Razz' 5-Harold llndge, Tom Hlynehenberg, Bill Nye, Robert Nielson, Arthur Klyers, jr.. Roger Blinnieh, .lack Nikoloff. wQQmmi5QifiQms 5' x"!f ,fafif .h I-,sv-'Wh Wxswnf .M-"VA q,,:aF"!' Hifi grams 59,464-"'F'Y' eff' X, ,gg-A . E .Y . V nga-IU"-f' ,E .-qnlvk ff V U.. 1wx Qewzztyszx 'A'IIfj'.Yl'7' f 6 ' l I' in f K tv vs Q A Q P' l 2 Q f , .Y , 4 I 9 v of . . an ' 5' as 'ii 4 3 Q- Y, 6 1 ' Vg?" If i '. ' ' 8 f 1 Sf'1'fz1f.1'riy11! Seventynine SAPIENTES On the second lllonday of every month, Sapientes or Latin Club meets to learn supplementary Latin material in an interesting manner. Sophomore, junior, and senior girls and boys belong. The ofiicials of Sapientes are Ruth Ellen MacDoxiald, first, Consul Cpresidentj 3 lylarge Palmer, second Consul tvice presidentj 3 Georgette Collins, Scriba fsecretaryj 5 Esther Hamula, Quaister Ctreasurerj, and Doris Pelton, Aedile. At one meeting the study of an ordinary Roman day gave the members an oppor- tunity to compare Roman times with our own. During Saturnalia, a Roman festival celebrated the Week before Christmas, Saturnalia cards were exchanged and enjoyed. On lVIarch 10, the annual Roman banquet, with juniors and seniors acting as Roman lords and ladies attended by their slaves fthe sophomoresj, was partaken of in true Roman style. Adviser for the year was lliss Edna Jones. In the picture at the left: Row 1--Ruth Elien McDonald, Ruth Irion, Thelma. Goldenberg, Jean Delgrin, Jean. Smith Jacqueline Scott. Row 2-June Squire, Louise Jabbusch, Eleanor Wilshere, Janet Williams, Olivia XVarner, Jacqueline Delp, Esther Haniula. Row 3-Esther Gibbons, Wanita Brown. Beverly Gibbs, Roberta Foster, Clare Robinson, Janet Buswell, Joan Brown, Betty Fell. Row 4-Ted Valassis, Norman Goldstone, Dorothy Averbook, Dolora Shiley. Doris Pelton. Virginia Goodrich Elizabeth Seres, Jean Gray, Maryanne Humphrey. Georgette Collins. Row 5-Carl Gamble, Mary Triesky, Sylvia Namy, Margaret lVhite, Mary Anne Hobert, Yvonne Lamareau, Marjorie Hoy, Louise Dutch, Lillian Shinder, Horace Qanner. Row 6-Francis Obringer Dick Jordon, Leonard Nead, Bob Nethercut, Joel Draper, Harry Koplin, Jack Hultz, Sam Rockwood, Bob Gollmar, Walton Rosenau. SUGIAL SGIENGE The Social Science Club, the newest organization in the school, enrolls students interested in government, politics, and current events. In November the club sponsored a mock election, which was carried out as nearly like a real election as was possible. The club devoted the second semester to a study of Latin America in preparation far a Pan-American Conference in Cleveland to which several delegates were sent The officers forthe first semester were: Presdent, Sidney Gross, Vice President, Ruth VVrightg Secretary, Helen Bristol, Treasurer, Bob Oldfield. The oliicers for the second semester were: President, Bob Oldfieldg Vice Presi- dent, Rose lylary Barlowg Secretary, Betty Kipfg Treasurer, Wayne Meinke. The advisers for the group were Nlrs. Frances Raufus and Miss Floss Klopfenstein. In the picture are: Row 1-Dorothy Averbook Betty Eucker, Eleanor Kelly, Mildredi Oswald, Lucille Bus- well, Ida Jean Sands, Betty Maynard. Row 2-Helen? Bristol. Sid Gross, BobgOldfield, Jack Reinhardt, Rosemary Barlow, Dorothy Bell. Rcvw 3-Lois Phelps, Ruth Christman, Ruth Wright, Helen. Goodspeed, Doris Nichols. Row 4-Alma Keith Eleanor Ardnt. Marilyn XVebster, Louise Goldenberg, Carolyn Davies, Phil Kaiser Jack Elton, Ed Clark, Sid XXYBSSEITHBVI. Row 5-Phil Hofmann, Pat Dewhurst, Marion Spencer, Marguerite Kufner, Barbara Chandler. Barbara Rankin, Mary Ruth Kershaw, Betty Henges- baugh, Stew Hawthorne. Row 6-Phil Coe, Ralph Ruth, John Hofmann, Marvin Evenchik, Bill Collins, Harry Koplin, John Birch, John Malik, Bob Koske. LEADERS' GRUUP Leaders' Group, an athletic organization for junior and senior girls, elects girls into this group on the basis of skill in all types of physical education, willingness to accept responsibility, and ability to lead. The girls act as leaders in the gym classes and as referees, umpires, and scorers in the after-school activities. VVhen the girls hold their meeting every month, they discuss various games and learn how to oliliciate at them. In December, when Leaders' Group sponsored a Play Day, guests from five county schools participated in volleyball, shuffleboard, and ping-pong tournaments, afterwards they ate dinner in the high school cafeteria. On February 8 at Oberlin tive' of the members represented Leaders' Group at a meeting of Leaders' Group members from the Lake Erie League schools. Last fall Leaders' Group had Miss Nlary Kay Brown, former National VVoman's Tennis Champion, speak to a girls' assembly. In connection with the girls' All-Star basketball game in March, the members of Leaders' Group acted as ofiicials in several capacities. The officers of the group are: President, Jeanne VVagner, secretary-treasurer, Helene Bristol. Pictured at the left are: Row 1-Margaret Opper, Martha Cremeans. Mary Kelly, Pat Standen, Angeline Ristas, Alice Tarry, Emily Paeth, Jerry Hange. Row 2-Betty YonDuyke, Bertha Doman, Dorothy Fell. Pat Rogers, Jeanne VVagner Myrna Gleason. Dorothy Swancott, Helen Bristol, Mary Agnes Welsh, Olga Sonkoly. Row 3-Barbara Anngst, Eleanor Arndt, Emily Davis, Beryl Stevenson, Dorothy Bell, Francis Corkhill, Margaret Roberts. K X nlxgjx Q lfigfllij ightyone PLAYERS' GLUB VVith Harry Koplin as president, Players' Club has sponsored the all-school play "Galahad Jones" on Nov. 28 and 29, the saving of Sales Tax Stamps, and arranging for attending "The Man Who Came to Dinnern at the Hanna lylarch 14 and Ujulius Caesar" at the Playhouse lilay 6. liiiss Nina Baker is adviser. The club consists of 25 members who gained entrance to the group through accumulation of points won by working on the Cast or crew of a production. Richard Hines was vice-presidentg Alice Tarry, secretaryg and Bob Oldfield, treasurer. The photo at the left shows the following: Row 1 Cleft to rightl-Mary Agnes Welsh, Ida Jean Sands, Katherine Highgate, Alice Tarry. Row 2-Betty Eucker. Esther Gibbons, Barbara Ranker, Louise Goldenberg, Julia Sullivan, Mary Stolz. Rdw 3-Rue Mclntyre Stewart Hawthorne, Bob Oldfield, Jimmy kLilrI1.?:iue,lPhil Coe. Row 4'-Jack Reinhardt, Dick Ferriman. Sid Gross, Dick Hines, Harry Koplin, o rom mg. EXTEMPURE SPEAKING SQUAD For two months members of the squad studied on subject, "Our Relations VVith South America" in preparation for the Lake Erie Extemp Speaking Contest held in Elyria on lilarch I4.. Sid Gross represented Elyria High in the contestg Harry Koplin was alternate. liliss Alice Stofer acted as adviser. Picthrea in the photo on the left are: Row 1 Cleft' to rightl-Agnes Davis, Sidney VVasserman, Bob Old- field. Row 2-Barbara Chandler, Louise Goldenberg, Shirley Green. Row 3-Harry Koplin, Bill Collins, Joel Draper, 'Row 4-Sid Gross, Bah Cromling, Bob Koske. sruneur GSABINET A special meeting held in June, 1940 resulted in the election of Bill Hockaden, presidentg Jeanne Wagner, vice-presidentg Sam Rockwood, treasurer, Betty Kipf, secretary. Under the guidance of the advisers, Principal D. Severs, Mr. Harold VVilson, lyliss Gladys Fowell, and Miss lilarian Kemble, 20 cabinet members have submitted ideas in the meetings held twice a month, the third period in room 306. "XVhat has the Student Cabinet done ?" is the familiar question asked by students. A letter sent in by an English class, resulted 'in the issuing of a "theatre permit" card to each student reducing the admission fee of the town movies to twenty cents. Supplementary work was discussed and brought about the adoption of three ideas: Supplementary work shall be eliminated at the end of the six weeks. Volun- tary response by the pupils should be encouraged. Supplementary work should be assigned throughout the grading period. An appointed committee supervised three school dances a semester. Criticism about unenthusiastic cheering at football games resulted in making a student cheering section. The Christmas spirit prevailed when Student Cabinet bought, decorated the Christmas tree, and sponsored an assembly program. A delegation of Seniors spent a day at Sandusky High School to see how people of other schools do things. Discussion about organization of the Iunior class for securing rings in the Junior year, and Student Government Day were considered at the meetings. Row 1 fleft to rlghtj-Bill Hockaden, Jeanne VVa.gner, Sam Rockwood. Row 2-Pat Standen, Lucille Bus- well, Alice Tarry, Helen Bristol. Row 3-Molly Hudnutt, Ida Jean Sands, Jean Smith, Jean Gray. Row 4-Ed Clark, Phil Kaiser, Ray McNeal, Phil Hofmann. Row 5-Tom Mynchefnberg, Charles Given Bob Jabbnsch, Dick Wagner. lfiylltyf Eightythree PRDJEGTIUNISTS' GLIIB The purpose of the Projectionists, Club is to render a service to the school by the use of visual education. Boys who maintain their studies and have an interest in running projection machines, are chosen by Mr. E. D. Adams, the adviser. Ed Czak, YVayne Farmer, jack Horning, Bob Schroeder were new members admitted to the Club this year to replace those who had graduated. Bob Schroeder was elected presidentg Bob Shepard, vice-presidentg Bob Koske, secretaryg and Don lylarsh, chief projectionist. Under the guidance of Mr. Adams, the boys learned to run the new Ampro sound machine, which is a great advantage over the Eastman silent machines. Many new films were used this year with the new machine, which films could not be run on the older machines. According to lylr. Adams, during the school year 1940-41, the High School re- ceived I4O, four-hundred-foot reels of film from the State Visual Instruction Exchange and on the average 2000 feet of films per week from other sources. A These films are each run an average of 5 times in the various classes. This makes a total of approximately one million feet of film shown in class rooms for instructional purposes this year. ln the photo are: Row 1-Jack Horning Robert Shepard. .Row 2-Bob Schroeder, Bert LaCrosse. Row 34 VVayne Farmer, Don Marsh, Bob Koske, Edwin Ciak. HI-Y The three Elyria Chapters of Hi-Y, groups for the Sophomore, junior, and Senior classes, held a joint meeting every other Tuesday of the school year. The in- dividual chapters held business meetings individually preceeding these. Ofiicers of the various clubs were: Senior Chapter: President, Ed Clarkg Vice President, Bill Hockadeng Secretary, Stewart Hawthorne, Treasurer, Ralph VVright -junior Chapter: President, Phil Kaiser, Vice President, Ralph Ruthg Secretary, Bill Collins, Treasurer, Don Hurst-Sophomore Chapter: President, Sam Rockwoodg Vice President, John Linvilleg Secretary, john Bowdlerg and Treasurer, Leon Alt- feld. Chaplain is VVayne Meiiike and Assistant Chaplain is Oliver Shubert. Activities of the club included a "Snow Ball" during,the,Christmas holidays, a series of talks by Mrs. C. J. Howenstine, and taking of Vocational T'ests by Mr. Don Prosser, Elyria Schools' Visiting Teacher. Early in April the club members blossomed out in white crew shrts, sweaters, and caps, decorated with the distinctive Hi-Y emblem. Pictured at the left is the Soph group: Row 1-Ward Young, Sam Rockwood, Jack Ruth, Tom Elliott, Victor Stewart. Row 2-Charles Albrecht, Bill Myers, John Bowdler, Ned Greer, Walton Rosenau, Horace Danner. Row 3-John Linville, Ron Penfound Jack Hultz, Leon Altfeld, Mr. H. G. Geyer, 3Robert Stevenson. MOVIE WORKERS I Under the guidance of Mr. Ralph VVood, twelve students find pleasure in help- ing to make the noon movies a success. jack Stanford is projectionist and is assisted by Herbert King. Jean Styles and Virginia Goodrich are cashiers fifth and sixth periods respectively. Boys who help set up the equipment, pull the shades and count money at the door are Horace Danner, Albert Baxter, Charles Given, Harry Miistin, Chester Malanowski, David Lindell, VValt Rothgery, and John Mahilo. Each student pays a penny a day for the half hour of entertainment. Some of the outstanding movies shown during the school year were: "The Mortal Storm", "Balalaika", "Northwest Passage", "Geronimo", "Virginia City", "Tom Brown's School Days", "Edison the Man", and "Our Town". Row 1-Virginia Goodrich, Jean Styles. Row 2-Chester Malanowski, Horace Danner. Row 3-David Lindell, Charles Given, Jack Stanford. Row 4-Herb King Harry Mustin. Walter Rothgery, John Mahilo. Eightyfour Eightyyfve JUNIUR AND SENIIIR III-Y Row 1 Cleft to rightj-Bob Botamer, Ralph Buswell, Marvin Evenchik, Jack Daly, Ed Clark, Stewart Hawthorne,Pete Peterman, Robert Oldfield. Row 2-Ralph Ruth, Phil Kaiser, Jim Arnold, Gordon Kuss, Bill Decker, Jack Elton Phil Hofmann. Rolw 3-Don Hurst, Waynel Garland, Bob Schroeder, Oliver Shubert, Leonard Brickman, Jim Hurlbut, Bill Hull, Don Schuster. Row 4-Jack Brouse, Ellsworth Adams, Harry Koplin, Dick Mauer, Sidney Gross, Mr. H. G. Geyer, Harry Mustin. Row 5-John Hof- Eaingu, gyerald Laver, Bill Collins, Bob Jabbusch, Bill Hockaden George Tulk, Dick Meckley, Jack ein ar t. UAFETERIA WDRKERS Every year liiiss' Sarah Lentz, cefeteria manager, selcts student helpers to aid in the operation of the cafeteria. The helpers are assigned to a number of duties about the cafeteria. Some check trays and act as cashiers, others sell candy, serve vegetables, deserts, and hamburgers, or make milk shakes and sundaes. One group of boys clean trays, others take care of milk bottles, silverware, and still another runs the electric dish Washing machine. Some girls serve in the teachers' Dining Room and wash and dry glasses. This group of student helpers works one period a day, during which time they eat their lunches, which they receive as payment for their services. The picture at the left shows: Row 1 Cleft to rightj-Marilyn Webster, Jean Ross, Emily Paeth, Margaret Klyop, Eleanor Arndt, Elizabeth Seres, Irene Seres. Row 2-Irene Sumegi, Elizabeth Dany, Bertha Doman, Olga Sonkoly, Esther Hamula, Ida Jean Sands. Row 3-Ivan Fledler, Beatrice Street, Margaret Matyas, Louise Goldenberg, Shirley Palmer, Kathleen Rhoads. Row 4-Bob' Wilson, George Fitzpatrick, Francis VVebster. Vera Thompson Marilyn Feeley, Marie Everett, Mary Jean Drusendahl, Randolph- Mit- chell. Row 5-John Kalmer, John Moore, Eugene Kidd, Eugene Justin, Frank DeMaria, Hubert Bacher, Kenneth Fesler, Bill Pemberthy, Rose Salata. Row 6-Erlin Schramm, Ted Dowdell, Charles Taylor, VVilliam Winson, Oliver Shubert, Eugene Bottomely, Bob Cromling Jack Reinhardt, Bill Hockaden. MDNITIIRS A monitor watches each entrance of the school during the lunch hours so that no student may leave the building without a, slip from the office. Each monitor also finds it his duty to greet visitors to the school and direct them as to places in the buildings. This year Mr. Lloyd Hennings took on new responsibilities by acting as "father" to the boys. Under his direction three boys, Bob Koske, Ned Namy, and George Tulk, were chosen to act as al committee- for the purchasing of pins for the monitors. The pins chosen were bright red and silver with the Word "E.H.S. Monitor" printed on them. Row 1 fleft to right?-Harold Rose, Allan Muflley, George Tulk, Ralph Ruth, Phil Kaiser, Jack Daly. Row 2-Gordon Carlson, Don Smith, Sidney Wasserman, William Myers, Clarence Standen, Ralph Wright. Row 3-Ed Clark, Oliver Shubert, Carl Gamble, John Birch, Bill Hull. Row 4-Max Haldman, Sam Rockwood, Francis Cbringer, George Mynchenberg, Phil Easley, Don Krebs. Row 5-William Winson, Bob Koske, Jack Hultz, Alfred Vanderson, Fred Tutthill, Ed Smallwood, John Malik, Ed Trieskey. Eightyseven SENIUR A GAPELLA GIIUIR lllade up of 29 boys and 41 girls the Senior A Cappella Choir meets every day eighth period in room ISO. A meeting held early in the school year resulted in the election of Jack Elton, president, Phil Hofmann, vice-president, Ruth lVright, secretary, Helen Goodspeed, treasurer, Lois Phelps and Doris Urpchott, librarians. On Sunday, December 22, at 2 p.m. the choir presented its Eighth Annual Christmas Concert at which more than 50 alumni members joined to sing the reunion number. Baldwin-Wallace College acted as host to the choir on Friday, February 27 when the members left the high school in the morning and presented a 45 minute chapel program. The annual Lehi music festival was held in Elyria this year March I4 when about 70 singers from each of the six schools presented an enjoyable program in the evening. The choir learned to sing "Kingdom's Comin' " a song arranged for the choir by Mr. George F. Strickling, director of the Cleveland Heights A Cappella Choir, and dedicated to J. Martin Beck, director. Row 1-Lois Phelps, Jerry Hange, Betty VonDuyke, Dorothy Swancott, Alice McDonald Ruth Wright, Frances Corkill, Mary Kelly, Lucille Buswell. Row 2-Ruth Ellen MacDonald, Margaret Opper, Mary Ruth Kershaow, Barbara VVoodruff, Barbara Ranker, Carolyn Davies, Esther Gibbons, Louise Goldenberg, Edith Kelly, Doris Nichols Donna Birmingham. Row 3-Olga Sonkoly, Bettie Maynard, Vivian Smith, Dorothy Bell, Helen Bristol, Elaine Evans, Janet Notley, Helen Goodspeed, Marjorie Young, Elizabeth Robson. Row 4-Bob Schroeder. Lila. Fell, Marjorie Schultz, Julia Sullivan, Jean Ross, Dorothy Hicks, Phoebe Nevins, Myrna Gleason, Peg Cairns Doris Urpschott, Helen Louise Hull. Row 5-Paul Krebs, Dick Sherman, Stewart Hawthorne, Oliver Shubert, Dick Hines, Jack Elton, Joe Grace, Don Boyd, Richard Kuntz. NVayne Garland, Phil Hofmann. Mr. J. Martin Beck. Row 5-All Zoltai, Bert Stoddard, Bill Zoltai Jim Szabo. John Hofmann, Don Marsh, George Tulk, Dick Meinke, Bob Cromling, Hubert Meredith, Harlan Handyside, John Sheldon, VVayne Meinke. ELYRIA HIGH BAND The Elyria High School Band, an organization of 55 members, is directed this year by Mr. W. F. VonBrock, who joined the teaching staff this year. During the year, the Band has had varied activities some of which included play- ing at the home and two out of town football games, all the pep assemblies, taking part in the Hallowe'en and Decoration Day Parades, and giving a Concert on May 23. Band officers are: Phil Hofmann, president, Oliver Shubert, vice-president, Hilda Erber, secretaryg Ernie Vargo, Ellsworth Adams, and Robert Pomeroy, man- agers, and Edgar Gates, librarian. A new system, inaugurated in the second semester, permits band members to prac- tice during school time in their own room-to the delight of all concerned. Mr. VonBrock, director, says, "Through the grade schools, I am contacting new . . . , band material and am looking forward to a better and more proficient band next yearf Row 1 fleft to rightj-Thelma Gordon, Josephine Flood, Shirley Palmer, Rod Hines, Paul Scholz, Henry Ingersoll, Walter Hendricks, Constance Jenkins, Dick Hurlbut, Jack Elton, Dick Day. Row 2-Mr. Walter F. VonBrock, Loyd Eckhart Jack Wamsley, Mae Looper, Bob Brown, Oliver Shubert, John Hofmann, Marvin Evenchik, Marjorie Cochrane, Hilda Erber, Robert VonBrock, Bob Nethercut. Row 3-Bob Pomeroy. Bob Wilson, Nathan Brenner, Phil Hofmann, Paul Krebs, Jim Hurlbut, Ned Greer, Stanley Green, Ellsworth Adams Jack Ruth. Juanita Brown, Charles Albright. Rdw 4-Clinton Myers, Edgar Gates. Olga Sonkoly. Bob Gollmar. Jim Jackson, Norman Limovitz, Herold Gottlieb, Al Zoltai, Bill Zoltai, Tom Emshaw, Dorothy Faye Smith. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Under the direction of lvliss llflargaret F. Scott, Librarian, library assistants in photo at left work from one to five periods a week. Among their various duties are: stamping and sorting library slips, filing, typing, aranging bulletin board displays and preparing new books for circulation. National Book VVeek was observed during the week Nov. 11-15. Every student in E HS. was given a special Book VVeek Library Slip ande the library received a paper book mark. During the past year the library has added many new Among these are: Chio Pupils' Reading Circle books, Junior and the magazines Life and Madarnoiselle. Row I-Dorothy Peters, Ruth Schneider, Louise Goldenberg, Jean Smith, Alice Tarry, Louise Jabbusch, Angeline Ristas. Row 2-Olive Kalawoski, Jessie Boresky, Frances Corkill, Marion Grohe, Lulu Valassis, Eleanor Vkfilshefe, Grace Lupino Helen Louise Hull. Row 3-Blanchei Limsky, Bettie Maynard. Julia Snllivag, Elizabeth Seres, Betty Fell, Freda Wiles, Doris Ives. Row 4-Vivian Chapman, Jean Halpin, Marjorre Hoy, Clare Robinson, Elizabeth Gonda, Janet Buswell, Jane Brown, Marjorie Schultz. Sidney Wasserman. Row 5!Chester Malanowski, Shirley Christman Ralph Ruth, Bill Collins, Bob Koske, Harry Koplin, Walton Rosenau, Ward Young. everyone who came to books and magazines. Literary Guild Books, Q ' M' Q ,LLL .,.,,....L..lh WMM! ijjllffrlijjllf Eighty uint' SEIIIIIR FRIENDSHIP IILIIB The oflicers of the' Senior Friendship Club for the past year were: Betty Henges- baugh, president, Betty Kipf, viee presidentg Peggy Cairns, secretaryp and Ida Jean Sands, treasurer. VVith the aid of the Cabinet, the Club has enjoyed a very active year. Four dances. an Alumni Tea, annual Teachers' Party, Ring Groupmeetings, Pa-Me Spread, Mother-Daughter Banquet, and entertaining the Shaw Cabinet marked red letter days. Cabinet girls pictured at the left include: Row 1 Cleft to rightj-Mary Kelly Dorothy Fell, Ruth Wright, Ida Jean Sands. Marion Roberts. Lois Phelps, Hilda Erher. .Row 2-Shirley McGowan, Mary Margaret Cairns, Mary Ruth Kershaw, Betty Hengeshaugh, Joanne Of'Donnell, Myrna Gleason, Doris Nichols. Row 3-Alice Tarry, Lucille Buswell Geraldine Ready, Betty Kipf, Ruth Szakacs, Helen Bristol, Helen Goodspeed, Ruth Christman. JUIIIUR FRIENDSHIP IILUB Jr. Friendship is sponsored by the Y.VV.C.A. for freshmen and sophomore girls. The officers are: Anne McClellan, presidentg lVIolly Hudnutt, vice presidentg lklary Ann Hobert, secretaryg Patsy Rogers, treasurer. The Sweater Hop on October 26, and the Swingaree on February I5 were the dances given by the Club. Two of the most enjoyable programs were talks, one on make-up by Miss Pelette, a well-known Cleveland beauty consultant and the other on hair styles by lyliss Corinne Rhodes. On lllarch 31 girls brought their Dads for an evening of fun and entertainment. The annual Mother-Daughter Banquet, a highlight of the year's activities, took place on lVIay 5 with several musical numbers furnishing enjoyment. Mrs. Clarence Tucker Craig of Oberlin spoke. The theme for this year has been an air trip on the plane "I, R. Friendship." The membership drive was carried on in the manner of a contest for the largest sale of safety belts fmembership cardsj by the two pilots, Anne McClellan and Pat Davis. The advisers for this year were: Mrs. Earl Lautenschleger, Mrs. W. F. Von- Brock, and lWrs- Paul Thompson, Girl Reserve Secretary. Row 1 Cleft to rightj-gMolly Hudnutt, Mary Anne Holbert, Anne McClellan Patricia Rogers. Row 2- Joan Brown, Janice O'Brien, Jean Gray. Row 3-Virginia Goolrich, Patricia Davis, Martha Jo Guenin. Row 4fClare Robinson, Natalie Boylan. Row 5-Dorothy Faye Smith, Marjorie Cochrane, Patricia Fowl. IIFFIIIE WORKERS The ofiice girls are high school girls who volunteer to work in the office one period every day. They receive valuable office training in exchange for this service. Their duties are varied, but include generally-answering the telephone, taking out call slips, filing, and keeping various records. Row 1 fleft to rightj-Miss Dorothy Nau, Lois Dellelield, Louise Dutch, Doris Nichols. Row 2-Jean VVagner, Marion Roberts, Rosemary Barlow Mary Stolz. Row 3-Margaret Roberts, Lila Fell, Ruth Keller, Ruth VVriglit. Row 4--Jean Craine, Virginia Goodman, Mary Agnes Welsh. Row 54VVinifred Smith, Betty Hengesbaugh, Virginia Sipple, Elizabeth Robson. fvinrfy Ninetyone ELYRIAN STAFF Rota' 1 Cleft to rightj-Alice Tarry, Rose Mary Barlow, Carol lwarshall, Ruth Christman, Joan Brown. Row 2-TOIH Davis, Betty Kipf, George Innes, Jack Hultz, Harry Koplin, Bob Koske. HERALD STAFF The members of the Herald Staff, after interviewing, composing articles, writing heads, reading proof, and making up the paper, put out an issue of the school paper every two weeks. Seated Cleft to rightj- -Lillian Shinder. Helen Varner. Ruth Beaumont. StandinggRuth Schneider, Agnes Davis. Betty Fell, Frances XVebster, Ruth Szacacs. Mary Ruth Acker, Betty Jane Adams, Arline Ecken.o.irl. AMERIGAN LEGIUN ESSAY GDNTEST A total of 24 students won prizes ranging from one dollar to five dollars in the Annual American Legion Essay Contest. The subject for 1941 was "Lincoln and the Constitution." Prize winners in American Legion Essay Contest-Row l-Loren Miller, Jeanne Dilgren, Peggy Cairns. 1nl'a Cec lovsky. Ruth Irion, Irma VVacker, Elizabeth Robson. Robert Rancour. Row 2-Lyle Bungart, Ted Pile-ski. John Moise, VVayne lleinke. John Malik, Bill Howenstine, Robert Nethercnt. Clayton MaeBeth. Row 3--Tom Mynchenberg Rose Mary Barlow. Bettie Maynard, Marilyn Chandler, Joan Broun. Barbara Chandler, Carol Marshall. PARENT TEAGIIER ASSUGIATIUN In addition to regular monthly meetings providing excellent speakers and ntusfcians, the P. T, A, this year sponsored weekly dances which included instruction in ball room and modern dancing for high school boys and girls. Row 1 fleft to rightj-Mr. E. G. Baxter, Mrs. Paul Cochrane, Mr. Kenneth Boylan Cpresidentb, Mrs. VVill's ll. Chandler. Row 2fMrs. F. F. Payne, Mrs. C. XV. O'Malley. Mrs. C. S. Mclntyre, Mrs. Edgar Gates Mrs. Fred Ernshaw, Mr. Paul Cochrane, Mrs. Doris Sprague, Mrs. Percy Craine, Mrs. limi-ze Jensen. Mr. J. D. Severs. ri, ' 9 5+ VllCK ,, WJ J ,3- jf X", .ga .. '88, .wyv A f' . i?-Fr A-,.gw :mm-,.nv"A': H ..3,g2'l?"' 6'5" 1699 'dgpfffea -0-"""4' W.. L . g ,gs V V .,. Y' ,ff J' Ninetytwo .,,,,,f. N , xl- 1 T Xin: f-1'flI1'l't' my 1' 4 GUAGHING STAFF Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria mlihe boys on the varsity squad this year were as line a group ot boys as we've ever had,"says Coach Roy li. Clymer. Although they lost several games tl1is year. the boys generally regarded as very cooperative a11d played very The squad is sorry to lose' the boys who graduated but were well. they set a fine example for the 1941 squad, which will work harder and try to improve. SEASONS RECORD Oberlin 6 Sandusky 6 Klanslield 7 Lakewood 20 Akron XVest 6 Cleveland Heights 0 Shaw 33 - Shaker Heights 6 Columbus North lj Lorain lj 'lihe hivhli ht of last vearls season was the victory of lflvria -Q g . . over Lorain by a score of 20-lj. Coach Clymer says, "1 am sure that if the boys show that COACH same spirit of cooperatio11 and determination, they will suc- ROY li, CLYRIER ceed i11 college or at work." ITOOTIEALL COAL' H ICS Left in riy11fA-llr. A Roy li. Clynier 1 N. Smith, llr. lf. A. Eaton Klr. Ralph liauer, hir. AviI1L'f.l'f0IlI if A , . if r K , ' 'Daw .1 D. JABBUSC!-I L.. BDJCKMAN D. MECKL EY Ci. MAGS!-I J. HOWARD . ,gg AQ. , Q 9 it f at 3 Il ll .Y E. CUQCILLC .W. MOTTOLA R. OLDFI D Homme W IOAO-IOAIJMG ELD R. RERNHAQDT Q - nz. Mc NEAL ,.......-...W 5 ., ,is - ess w T. ALMAS I Iiqh V lqg LAU Ci. E. PEQSENSKV ug j i .I L . E :. Tuuom w.smoLETcm E , 5QL1vTOWSK! J. sa-:anon w. I-socKAoEN if fx M- Q V I P 9 ' E Q :ik . f KZ g- . . 3 Z, Z if F. DE MAMA J. 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Row 3 Alulm Amlrvyuzyk, Tom Dunlzlp, Riclmlfl l'm14-13 Row 4 llill Singlvton, ,lollll Kmvxvllzulwxlx, All-x l'L't1'11s. Sill Splzxgllc. RESERVE BASKETBALL Row l Cleft to rightj Tom XY. Smith. l'Jomiuiv Jiovxumvzo. l':ml Vrluzulmlc, -Row 2 llc--vgv lfitfpntriclc. SIL-xv 'l'1':1ivoll', l'11u1l. jzllmoxxlvz, lil 'l':ll:m-lc. Row 3 -lin-urgv Niulxole. ,lolm l.inx'illl-. Sum R-wlgxxoo-l, ,lolm I.L-lmxx, lla-o1'ggn' llr11ol1cl', ,Xvl1It'f.l'.Yi.Y 1N'ilI1'1'yyr "TH Elyria High's track team this year was composed of 20 boys who practiced afternoon from February through hlune. Early practice was indoors, but the squad transfered to the stadium as soon as warm weather came. Row 1 Cleft to rightl- Louis, Green. Toni Mitchell. Clit? Livelsharger, Nathan Brenner. Neal Famer. Rod llines. Edgar Gates. .Row Zi--Charles Carnes. Dick Ferrimau, john Howard Floyd Kmpka. flayton Maclwetli. liugent Klinect. llill Singleton. Row 3f Coach XV. L. Vaughn, Ambrose l' mvxx k, Frank jones, Rieliarl Hines, liurnell Brown, llave liyans, Bula Foster, Ellsworth Adams, llill Farter. Since but three lettermen are returning next season, lllr. Lee l,yman, coach, is hoping for a large turnout of lower classnien. lfveryone is urged to notice the next years' schedule when it is released and turn out for the home matches. llr. l.yman says, "Take advantage of the summer opportunities to play tennis. lVhen you have the opportunity to play with a good player, do so. Since it takes about three years to learn to play the game. the. student should improye his ability to play tennis in the spring and summer and then come out for the team in the autumn." , ROW 1 Cleft to rightb Stuart llawtlnune. Xliallace llarpster, l'liil Kaisei. Row 2 'llc-rl llowdvll. liill liwllins. Kali-li Ruth. llil liulliixs. II l3111111x 151111111 111 Q1'1'1011e pow 111111 111 111' l311:11'1l. CHSYII Kll'llIll H1111 H1-11's l':11'1'11ts' Night. 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I, 0 x,. -,-".L.5 L ti oxdoe ks "5 lt M Q L Ace or muocewc-Q! ' ,W wax 7 U ' bmw xy f U-nm ark 6 MQ? RAUIUFEUD HMV' Novenfsifi , 'qw N 1 X ff V' WM I l 4 , TN A. C ,x'.' 117- .. F ' K ..- g i f Q i l 1 I WI. . W' fs 15 ' , x . W, 175 - ,J 4 X . w ' 'df f x-Sym U , ,J w - 1 Q K ' 'A ' 'CM' ' 2 X V 1 fl E' X X 9 11,5 Q Q25 fs?" X A 5, Q-5 Qtr l yi ' ' .. ng, 4 - , , J F V' f 'f ' 7 X fr .xl .,-- - T fr- . , 51- U 4' lmxw? I' 41 1,4 ff If 'I' 9 ' " 'X "' -. ' ' ff' ' -P ' - .--L.: wid?-ia . f Wlf ag, p ar-'WW' I r A 2,15 ffl W- W' .4,,,.,.1-'- f zf , TT Wey- ,ffr ' ' I . Lklauneveu 5. iIIl'f-Yllilll' l Zhe Roll of EDl'I'0R'S NOTE: This alphahetized list of the students in the 300 and some graduates, for ther names and photographs -A- Abahazi, Betty-533 lrondale St. ......A.....A.......... . Abahazi, john-533 lrondale St. .,....,................ . Abramaska, Beverly-316 Harvard Ave. ..... . Abramaska, Phyllis-615 Dewey Ave. ..A..,..... . Acker, Mary Ruth-213 West Ave. ................A . Adams, Betty-121 Homer St. .....,.... Adams, Betty Jane- Adams, Doris-546 Second St. .............., . Ade, Lilah--350 Sixth St. .4.......A........ Albrecht, Chuck-244 Spruce St. ....,.... . Aldrich, Norma--119 Brooklyn Ave. ....,...,..... . Alheit, Edward-523 Woodland Ave. ...,...,.., . Alten, Ted-346 Second St. ..................... .... . Altfeld, Leonj324 Fourth St. .rr....,..,.... . Anderson, Clair--252 Third St. ........,..........,,..... . Andrzyizsk, John--512 Twelfth St. ........, Andy, Agnes-359 West St. ....................r . Andy, Leo-359 West St. ................r..... . Antolich, Irene-542 Turner St. ....... . Archer, Paul-206 Courtland St. ,...,....,........ Archer, VCFIIOH-206 Courtland St. ...r...........,. . Archibald, George-I 1 1 Lexington Ave. Armstrong, O. C.-346 Sixteenth St. ...........,i. . Arndt, George-238 Howe St. ....,,...V ,-.. Arnold, James-929 E. River St. ..,,,.... . Arnold, Rose-929 E. River St. ............ . Averbook, Dorothy-453 Earl Ct. ....i,... - -B- Babcock, Cliff-R.D. 3, Elyria ................. Babich, Sol-748 VV. River St. ............................. . Bacher, Hubert-837 Lake Ave. ,....,,......,,. Bachman, Florence-133 N. Logan St. ....,...,,, . Bagnell, Dorothy-119 Cornell Ave. ....,.. . Bailey, Charles-1397 East Ave. Baird, Earl-1014 West Ave. ............. . Baird, Robert-148 Branston Ave. ....... . Baker, Charles-204 Glenwood St. ................. . Baldt, Warren-255 Pasadena Ave. .... . Ball, James-219 Oberlin Rd. ............... . Ball, Nancy-252 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ......,....... . Bannon, Marjorie-614. West Ave. ...... . Banville, Pat-82 Williams St. .....,..., . Bara, John-406 Lodi St. .....,...,........., , ..i............. .. Barashai, Louie-229 W. River St. ................. . Barbaresso, Angeline-213 Chestnut St. ,......, . Barnes, Richard-142 Caroline Ave. ....,.......,.... . Barnhart, B0bi-III Spruce St. .......... ............ .. Barres, Donald-129 Stanford Ave. Barry, Donald-180 Sheriff St. ........., . Bartus, Anna-556 Turner St. .......... . 1365 East Ave. .............. . tha5ohaol the school during 1949-1941 does not contain the names of appear earlier in the book. Bashak, Nik-456 VV. Seventeenth St. ............ 9 Bates, Harry--140 Spruce St. ...,,.,.....,,..... -- ......., .. IO Bauer, Charlene-Gulf Road ..................,... ........ 9 Baun, jean Allll-135 Bell Ave. .........,... ........ I O Baxter, Albert-336 Twelfth St. ........................ 9 Beaumont, Ruth-147 Hamilton Ave. I I Beck, Betty-201 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ............... II Bednorz, Sylvia-R.D. 1, Qrafton Rd. ......... 9 Beesmg, Jean-R.D. 2, Elyria ..........,.,....... Bell, Beverly-333 Twelfth St. .......,........ . Beltz, Elizabeth-244 Hamilton Ave , ..., ...... 9 Bender, c3C0l'gC-I243 East Ave. .......... . Benford, Jack-339 Fourth St. ........,. . Benford, Royden-339 Fourth Sit. .,.,.... . Bensley, lVIinnie-336 Furnace St. ..-.... . IO II IO Benson, DOI!--272 Marseilles Ave. ....,................ IO Berson, ltlarvin-112 Park Ave. ........................... IO Bescher, Barbara-311 Eastern Hts. Blvd. IO Berr, Walt-R.D. 2, Elyria .....................-..... 9 Bigenho, Gloria--309 E. Broad St. ...............,.. 9 Birkline, Louis-404 Furnace St. ....,................... IO Birkline, NlIl3b6llClI34 Beebe Ct. ..,,..,.......... . 9 Birkline, Robert-516 VVest St. ........................... II 9 Biroo, Martha-Griswold Rd., R.D. 3 Birmingham, Dick-344 Oxford St. ...........,...... IO Birmingham, DOUGH-131 Mendel Ct. I I Bladusky, Dorothy M38-410 Lorain Blvd. II Blaine, Mary Louise-338 Thirteenth St. II Blinzley, .TOHIIIIC-4.17 Adams St. .................... -. IO Blinzley, Thelma-614 Lodi St. ........................... IO Bloem, Phyllis-Gulf Road ...........,.............. - ,..... 9 Boals, Shirley-281 Marseilles Ave. .................. 9 Board, LeRoy-South Second St. ........... .... - . 9 Board, Mary-South Second St. .....,...,................. 9 Boddy, Loretta lllae-263 Abbe Rd. .............. . Bogart, Jean-346 Princeton Ave. ...... . Box, Charles-433 Second St. ............. . Bornino, Jimmy-1320 West Ave. Bornino, Rose-1320 West Ave. .....,. . Boron, Philomena-160 Erie St. ....... . Bosmeny, Edward-R.D. 2 ....,.......,.. Botos, Rose-330 VV. River St. ..... . 9 .. ...... 1 1 IO . ,.,.... I0 .. 10 Bosmeny, Edward-R.D. 2 .......................... ........ 1 O Bowdler, John-423 Tenth St. .........,,................... IO Bowers AIlIl3.bCllC1IIOI E. River St. ............ 9 Bowser, john-555 Lodi St. ............,........ ............ I 1 Boyd, JHIUCS-Q01 Garford Ave. ........................... 9 Boylan, .l02ill-804 East Ave. ............................ -. 9 Boylan, Natalie Anne-145 Columbia Ave. IO Boyle, James-146 Elbe St, ,,,............. ............,........ 1 0 Braddon, Betty JO-224 Second St. IO Braegger. Barabara-312 Denison Ave. ......... 9 Bramwell, Harold-108 Neufer Ct. .................. II Brand, lllarian-928 Waltirit St. .......... . .,--... I0 One Hundred THE PEERLESS Laundry 8 Dry Cleaning Company 336 Second Street Dial 2378 HATS CLEANED TOXVEL SERVICE AND BLOCKED RUG CLEANING CONCRATULATIONS AND SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OE 1941 0STROV'S ELYRIA'S SMARTEST AND FINEST S H O ES ,mia FROM V E S T A L'S COMPLETE LINE OE QUALITY SPORT IYEAR BLOUSES SKIRTS HOSE DRESSES UNITED ACCESSORY SHOP 114 Middle Avenue Elyria, Ohio F Illlilllffll F Brecknock, Dorothy--157 Longfellow Brehm, Edward-108 Grant St. .................. Brehm, J0l'lIl-IOS Grant St. ................ . Britt, L0fCtt3-521 Dewey Ave. .. Brightbill, Louise A.--RD. 2 .,,,,,.. Brink, Lois-Delaware Ave. ............ W Britt, Loretta-521 Dewey Ave. ..,,..,,,......A---,-,,,-- - Brlas, Mike-236 Woodford Ave. ...,................ . Brooker, LCOl13,fd-120 Courtland St. ........... . Brookhouser, GCOfgC-Il2 E. Broad St. Broughton, Marilyn-164 Brandtson Ave. Brown, Bob-147 Eastern Hts. Blvd. .......,..,... . Brown, F lorence-102 Center Sit. ,-..,--.-r,.,,----,.--- - BFOYVII, Florence-118 Caroline St. ..............,,. . Brown, J08l'l--324 Oxford Ave. .................,........ . Brown, Iuanita-R.D. 2, Fuller Rd. .... Browne, Charles-1828 VVest Ave. ...,,.---,,------ - Bruce, Dorothy-R.D. I, Grafton, O. .,........r . Bruce, June'-Indian Hollow Rd., Grafton Bruck, Elaine-624 West Ave. .........,,.,........,....... . Brunner, George-128 Kipling St. ...------. Brunner, Lillian-128 Kipling St. ......... ......... . Buchholz, Wilma-624 East Ave. Buck, Frank-103 Gulf Rd. ............... . Buck, Helen-603 E. Broad St. ......,... .... . Buck, Jean-603 E. Broad St. ,,......,... ......... . Budaeh, Joyce-608 Cleveland St. ....................... . Bullock, WHYIIC-408 Woodland Ave. ........... . Bumbach, William-5 Crehore Ct. .................... . Bungart, Lvle-R.D. 2 .................................... -.-.- - V. Bunton, Bill-971112 Foster Ave. ...,..... ......... . Bur, VVatt-R..D. 2, Elyria ..,............. .... . Burill, Bernice-358 Sixth St. ........ Burill, Mary-358 Sixth St. .........,........... .....-... . Burrer, Richard-R.D. 3, Elyria ...... ...... . Burton, Dick-520 Furnace St. .,..... .... . Bysh, Eugene-165 VVood St. ......., ,,.. . Buswell, Bill-514 Foster Ave. ..... ......... . Buswell, Bob--122 Elizabeth St. .....,...,,, ........ . Buswell, ,lanet-329 Kenyon Ave. .................... . Buswell, Lucile-1805 East Ave. .......... W ......... Buswell, lwargaret-122 Elizabeth St. ..,,,....., . Butkiewicz, Loretta---1618 lkliddle A Butz, Robert-218 Sumner St ......,.............. ..... Byam, lylarjorie-215 Clark St. ......, .... . Byam, Shirley-108 Cor11ell Ave. ......... .... . Bycynski, StCVC1IO25 Nliddle Ave. - C - Cairns. ikfargaret-136 Columbia Ave. .,.,.... , Cale, Louise-126 Caroline Ave, .......... ...... Cammarn, Mildred JCPIII-I 1 1Elbe St. ......,..,, . Cammarn, lxIlltOIl-I II Elbe St. .,.t......,,,,,,.,.,,,,,.. . Campbell. lVIarg11erite-R.D. 1, LaGrange Carlson, Gordon-235 Cor11ell Ave. ,, ......... Carr, Shirley AIID-II2 Bell Ave. . ............, .. Carr, Tom-153 Longfellow Ave. ....,. .......,, , Carroll, Janet-1057 E. River St. ......... ..,. . Ave. VC.. .... . IO 9 IO IO IO II 10 9 9 Il 9 IO 9 IO IO IO 9 IO II 9 IO II II I0 9 II II II II II IO 9 9 II II IO 9 IO II IO II 9 9 9 9 II II II II IO IO IO IO IO II 9 Carter, Al-248 Wmckle St. ............... . Carter, Malinda-167 Wood St. ,..... . Carter, N681-704 Foster Ave. .... . Castle, Castle, JZICR-I3I Parkview St. ......... . Marie-545 W. Broad St. .....,.. . Castor, Bob-289 Marseilles Ave. ....... . Cartor, Virginia-R.D. 1, LaGrange .. Cavaceci, Virginia-137 Erie St. ............. . Caywood, Mary-351 Sixteenth St. .... . Cazeau, Adelbert-136 Brandston ......... Cebula, Bob-133 Parkview Ct. ...... . Carnes, Charles-R.D. 2 .............,.................. Cerlan, Bill-7 Lesnic Ct. ...1.1...................... . Chandler, Barbara-337 Harvard Ave Chandler, Chapman Chapman Y Chapman, Chapman, Chapman, Chapman, Marilyn-337 Harvard Ave Connie-R.D. 1 .................,.,.,.....,. Elaine-123 Hawthorne St. Ruth-4 Frank Ct. .....1............. . Tomr-220 West Ave. ............. . Vivian-123 Hawthorne St Wilda-247 Harvard Ave. Chesler, Lillian S.-332 Lodi St. Chismar, J'3.ClC-1303 Bank St. ...........,.. . Choate, Phyllis-205 E. River St. ........ . Christian, Lester-113 Water St. ........ . Christie, Elda-442 W. Eighth St. ....... . Christie, Martha-230 Ohio St. ............. . Cirigliano, Joseph-1828 Middle Ave. Clarke, MHC-IO3O Lake Ave. .................. . Cochrane, iuarjorie-317 Cambridge Ave Cogar, Marion-R.D. 2 ,.,,,................. ...... .. Cohen, Harriet-929 West Ave. ............. . Colbert, Martha-1607 Middle Ave. ., Coleman, Eleanor-801 E. River St. .... . Coleman, Sam-801 E. River St. ........... . Collier, .lim-Stop IO, Lake Ave. Collins, Bob-607 West Ave. ,,.................. . Collins, Wm.-607 West Ave. .....,......... . Comstock, Marjorie-243 Howe St. .. Comstock, Ruth-349 Eleve11th St. ....... . Conrad, Charles-215 Cornell Ave. .... . C011rad, RLlthi2I5 Cornell Ave. ...,...... . Cook, Ambrosei352 Seventeenth St Cook, Donald-1600 West Ave. ,,,,.,....... . Cook. Dorothy-1600 VVest Ave. .......... . Cook. George-352 Seventeenth St. .... . Cook, ,lack-132 Roosevelt Ave. ............ .. Cornell, Lois Caroline-115 Perry Ct. Cornell, Marian-441 Earl Ct, ,...,.,,,,.,,,,, , Corts, RLlthiI54 Cleveland St. ........... . Cowley, Charles-183 Ba.th St. Cox, Bob-500 East Ave, ......,.. , .,,,...,.......,, , COX, Ralph-500 East Ave, ,.,,,.,....,......,,,,... , Corkill, Francis-406 W. Tenth St. .... . Craft, Dorothy-306 Blaine St. ,,,,,.,.,,. , Cralne, Jean-419 Th1rd St, ,,,.,,,,,. ,,,,,, ,.,. . Crandall, Walter-East Bridge St. ....... . Crawford, JOZHLIII7 Middle Ave. .... . Crehore, Charles-238 Ohio St. ...... . ws MAGIC rs HERE! Most SENSATIONAI. portable ' - ffjfii, e'f ,x typewriter ever oifered! With ,4f 4' MAGIC Margin-a touch does ... H, blh' 1 ' the trick, helps You set the an FL' ry margin 3 times faster, gets you A545.,.-,U H ',',, Q , 5' 08' to a Hying start, makes your ,rfifij:Ae'-,".'-J1'w'f-71.,,. iff typing look better. Many other , Q 14 iltiuyal l:iAG3C Features nesler -,-ggi, 4 .nwmm e ore oun on any portab e. 1, RW, U, S, pm, 01, 756' "6""lfff46f6' jfflfffffpfglfvkfdelf THE BAKER TYPEWRITER SALES 81 SERVIGE 00. TELEPHONE 3478 500 MIDDLE AVENUE ELYRIA, OHIO THANKS! for FOUR YEARS OF PATRONAGE NOW' XYATCH US TN THE FUTURI2 JACK ELTON AND HIS LYRICAL ELYRIANS ,Iily1'izt's i.C2lCiill,Q'DZlI1CC Ilzmd 112 Inf llumfred IYIIITI' HESS and HESS P H A R M A C Y REI,TAle3I,Ii PRIQSCRIPTIONS E Rroacl St. Phone 3427 Elyria, Ohio Critell, BOIJ-IOO Euclid St. ...,.,..,.. . Cromling, Bob-Adelbert St. ,....,........., ........, . Crooks, JOSH-347 E. River St. ....... Crooks, Joyce-347 E. River St. ....... ......... . Crosby, BOIIIIICXI ll Neufer Ct. ,...... Cruce, Melvili-1909 Middle Ave. ..Y.,..... Curcillo, Lucy-322 Eighteenth St. ...... Currier, P3.LllT54Q E. Broad St. ...,......,. ,,.. . Curtis, Nlary-84 VVilliams St. ...,,.,,., ......... . Czak, Edwin-R.D. 3 .........,,----. -D.. Dallas, Lila-529 VV. River St. ,......... -... - Daly, jack-108 Dennison Ave. ....-,- ----4---- - Damm, Bernice-628 West AVC. ...-.---,--.-A-A-----4---- - Danner, Horace-359 Third Sf. ..-. -----.---,--.,-- Davies, David-355 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ,,.,., . Davis, Agnes-229 W. Bridge St. .----.-,--.---------4-. - Davis, Lois Ann-227 W. Bridge St. .............. . Ilavis, Patricia-165 Pasadena Ave. .,...... .... . Davis, Tom H.-935 Lake AVC. --,.-- ----- - Davisson, Martha-511 Foster Ave. -'--A Day, Richard-369 Cambridge St. .,,.................... . Daykin, Donald-240 E. Sixth St. ........... VA.. . Dean, Betty-166 Cleveland St. .........,, ---- - Dean, jack-166 Cleveland St. .l......-..... ---- - DeBoer, Herman-Overbrook Rd. .......,... .... . Decker, Bill-238 Eastern Hts. Blvd. Ye... ....... . Decker, George-357 Oxford Ave. -,--.,.-- Deetz, Lois-Overbrook Rd. ....................,.............. . De arnett Edna Sto Oberlin Rd .1 , - p 79, . .... .- Delgado, Constance-324 Washington Ave. Dellefield, Bob-R.D. 2, Elyria ..............,............... Dellisanti, Casey-1328 West River St. ..,,.... . Dellisanti, Ethel-1328 VVest River St. ....,,.. . Delp, Jacqueline-328 Oxford Ave. ................, . De lllarco R056-I2 Quinc St , ' 4 y - ---------..,------'---- - Demas, Katherine-VV. Ridge Rd., R.D. 3... Demos, Alvaretta-320 Fourth St. .................... . Dempsey, Joe-1135 West Ave. ........,.f - ..........- . Denes Denes Denes Denes Derck, , Ellzabeth-137 Elbe St. ..........,.....,..,......... . , Frank A. L.-R.F.D. 1 Box 41, LaGrange ,........,.....,. . ..,,.....,.........,.... .--..-.... . . , julia-137 Elbe St. ............. ..--.---- - , Theresa-137 Elbe St. ...........,........., . ElCall0I'--I23 Bellfield Ave. ........... Deutsch, lVIalcolm-R.D. 3, Gulf Farms ...... Detrick, Esther-1103 E. River St. .................... . Dewhurst, Eileen-353 W. Seventh St. ..,..... . Diedrick, Billy-163 Caroline St. ...,.......... .... . Diedrick, Carl-R.D. 1, LaGrange .. Diedrick, Edllllllld--4.16 East Ave. Diewald, Earl-154 Abbe Rd. .............,.... Diewald, Ray-154 Abbe Rd. ..,,............................ . Diederick, Fred-R.D. 2, South Oak ......,........ Dilgren, ,ICHIIIIC-521 Park Ave. ,.........,, Dilgren, june-521 Park Ave. .....,... . ........ Dillingham, Betty-833 Bord St. ...,........,,,......,, . Dobrowski. Stanley-1518 llliddle Ave. ........ . Dorcsinecz, Elizabeth-111 Taft Ave. Dorcsinecz, Margaret-111 Taft Ave. Il IO Dorow, Leonard-Abbe Road .....,................... .. II Dougherty, Ruth-376 Woodland Ave. I I Dowdell, ,Rose Ellen-430 jefferson St. ......,.. II Draper, joel-158 Lake Ave. ................................. II Drusendahl, Mary-540 VV. Second St . ..,,..... 9 Duensing, lllaxine-157 Clark St. .......... ,, ,...,..., . 9 Dumke, Herman-1824 West Ave. ...................,. I0 Duscha, Robert-210 Longford Ave. ..... 9 Duall, SIICTIIIZIII-IO Woodford Ave. ..... ..... 9 Dunn, JHCR-341 Third St. ,........,,....... . - E - Earl, Robert-10 Persons Ct. ..................., . 1 2 IO Eckenwood, AfliIlC-131 Bell Ave. ..................... II Ehlert, JOZIHIC-III Longford Ave, ....,,......,,,,,. IO Eddington, Dorothy-632 Cleveland St. ,..,..... II Edwards, Betty R0SC13I4 Twelfth St. IO Ehlers, Elmer-R.F.D. 3 ..... ..............,.................., . II Ehlert, .lO21I1IlClIII Longford Ave, ...,,.,., IO Ehrman, Ed-QII Clark Sit. .................., .,,,.,.,,. 1 0 Elbert, Ed--1260 East Ave. .......... . Elbert, jack-122 Riverdale Ct. ....., . Elek, Bob-127 Parkview Ct. ,.,........,,,. . Elek, Steve--322 W. River St. ......... . 9 IO IO I I Elek, Steve-127 Parkview Ct. ..,,.......,,,..... ,,,., 9 1 Elemes, Bill-546 Lodi St. .......................................... II Elliott, Janice-133 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ......... II Elliott, T om-405 Park Ave. .,,,.,...., -. ...,...,.,,,,..... IO Elsten, jill-Griswold Rd. ................................,...... II Emary, Bob-261 Harrison St. ........ . Emery, Lillian-R.D. 2, Elyria Engle, George-133 N. lVIaple St. ........ . Ensign, Beatrice-West Ridge ............. Erber, Hilda-127 Fourth St, .......,......... . Ernshaw, Tom-107 Fremont St. ........ . I I 9 91 .....,.. I I I I Ernst, Arllne-R.D. 2 ........................... .,..... II Ernst, Constance-147 Garvin Ave. .,........,,...... IO Ernst, Glenn-R.D. 3 ..................,,.......... ,- ....r.. IO Evans, Charles-409 Middle Ave. ........................ 9 Evenchik, Marvin-316 Oxford Ave. ............... II Everette, Marie-184 Parmeley Ave. -. .. F ... I I Fackler, VVesley-141 lyladison St, ,,,,.,...,,,,.,,,,,.. ll Faulhaber, JRCR-ISO Parkview .,..... Fazekas, Elsie-116 VV. River St, ........ . Fees, llladeline-South Logan ........ Fees, Russell-115 Sixth St, ,,,.,,,,, IO IO 9 9 Fees, VValter-945 S. Logan St, ,,.,.,, ,,.., 9 Fekete, Julia-318 W. River St. ............ ..,.. 9 Fell, Betty-320 S. Maple St. .........,.................,...., II Fenimore, EdXX'iI11I IO Glenwood St, r,,,,,r.,,,,,,, 9 Fenimore, EClXVll1-IIO Glenwood St. ........ 9 Feron, A1111-3IQ Ninth St, ,,,,,..,..,.,,,,.,.,,,,., r Fesler, IQCII-23I Erie St, ...,...................... . Fiedler, IVHII-I IQ Fremont St. ......... . IO II One Hundre. Fou 'U Elyria High Schnal Graduates Hundreds of grztcluzttes of your High School in former years, now successful nlen and women, got their start by taking business training in The Cberlin School of Commerce One Humlrezl Five OBERLIN, OHIO Don't be a blind-alley-job worker. Place yourself in the well trained group with those who get the better jobs, promotions, and larger income. The Oberlin School of Commerce offers you One and Two-Yeor Courses in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION and M SECRETARIAL TRAINING Enroll for one of these courses and prepare yourself for the opportunity that is sure to conie. SUMMER TERM OPENS JUNE 16, 1941 FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 2, 1941 Write or Call for Information eniber of Anlericztn Association of Junior Colleges Finnell, Faye-121 E. River St. .........A Fitzgerald, -lim-220 Pasadena Ave. ,.,.,,. . Fitzpatrick, George-2102 S. Oak St. ,,,,,,,,,i44,, . Flood, Betty Lou-209 Fifth St. ........... . Flood, Josephine-23.3 Bath St. Flood, Judy-209 Fifth St. ..........................., . Flowers, Jack-510 Second St, ,,,,,,,,,i,A,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,, . Folley, Harriett M.-508 Cleveland St. Foreman, Eileen-227 Lake Ave. Forrest, Mary ElC3I10l'1455 Adams St Fortman, Bob-116 Courtland St. ....................... . Foster, lllartha-307 Sumner St, ,.,.,,...,.,,,., , Foster, Roberta-104. Mendal Ct. .t,,. . Fowl Pat-West Rid e Rd Goodman, Marion-119 Homesite Ct. ,. Goodrich, xrifgllliii-119 S. Olive St. .,,, , Gordon, ThClIHH-II49 VVest Ave. .......... . Gorman, Robert-205 Stanford Ave. .... . Gotro, james-116 Williams St. ...ii....---..-. . Gotro, julia Mae-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd Gottlieb, Harold-145 Garvin Ave. ..,.... . Grace, joe-RD. I, LaGrange .................... Graham, Carl-615 Bond St. .----...-..AA. . Graham, Jean--I2I Parkview St. ........... . Grahl, Norman-206 Princeton Ave. .... . , g - --------A-----.---------- - Francis, Rosie LCC-I2I Waverly St. .... . Freeland, LaVonne-Murray Ridge Rd. French, Nan-200 Columbus St. ,,,,,,.....,,,,.,.,,,,,,,. . Fridenstine, Harold-R.D. 3 .................................... Fridenstine, Laura-R.D. 3 ,,.,,....,,,,,,,,, Fryka, Teddy-306 W. River St. ........ . Fryberger, Nellie-135 Riverside Ct. ....... . -G- Gagen, Beverly-1299 East Ave. . Gable, Bob-132 Dennison Ave. ,.... . Gamble, Carle-706 Middle Ave. .....,. . Gard, Harry-308 Broad St, ,.....,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Gardner, Richard C.-212 Second St. .. Gardner, john-600 Foster Ave, ...................,,.,... . Garford, Betty-R.D. 3, Adelbert St. ,,,,,,, W Gasser, Ted-244 E. Seventh St. ..........,..... . Gatens, Clarence--814 E. Broad St. ....... . Gray, janet-9 Phillip Ct. ...............--,.-.--.. - Gray, Jean-No. I, Gray Apt., 4.01 Second St. .........,................. Green Janice-1209 E. River St. ...i.... . Green Lewis-142 Bath St. .....-...........-.. i Green Lynn-Adelbert St. .......... -- .............. Green. Shirley-1209 E. River St. .......... . Green, Stanley-503 Cleveland St. ......-.-- - Greer, Edward-Box 263, Grafton Rd. Greer, Warren-240 Prospect St. .............. . Gregory, Margaret-423 Kenyon Ave. .. Gregorzyk, Walter-1824 Middle Ave. Griggs, Mary-219 N. Abbe Rd. -----..--.--- V Grills, Harold-R.D. 2, Elyria .................... Grobe, Lucille-I 1 I2 .East Ave. ......... Gates, Edgar-424 Second St. ................... ....,. Gegenheimer, Thelma-217 West St. ,,,,,,...,.,.. , Gembka, Florence-428 E. River St. ,,,,,.,,.,.... . George, VVillia1n E.-209 Dennison Av C. ...... Glbbens, Esther-6 Lake Ave. ,,.......,,,,,,....... -- ,.,, .. Gibbons, M3fg8fCf-228 Prospect St. .............. . Gibbs, Beverly-123 Clinton Ave. ........., . Gibson, Dorothy-107 Grant St. ...... . Gilbert, Doris-1604 East Ave. .............. . Giede, Marian-360 Furnace St. Gilder, Ted-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. Gillespie, Betty-142 Bath St ........,,.,..,.,,. Gillmore, Gail-249 Columbus St. .......,.. . Gillmore, Harry-188 Bell Ave, .......,,........... - Gilmore, JCRFI-415 Thirteenth St. .................... . Given, Charles J.-234 Columbia Ave. ........... . Glass, Katherine-Fuller Road ...................,......,... Gleason, William-118 Glendale Ave. ,.......... . Glover, Robert-511 West Ave. .......................... . Goetz, Jean--I25 Tannery St. .........,,,,,..... Goldenberg, Thelma-148 Cornell Ave. Goldsmith, Clyde-8 Persons Ct. .......................... . Goldstone, Allen--622 Middle Ave. .. Goldstone, Norman-622 llliddle Ave. Golmar, B0b--ISO6 Lake Ave. ...,................... ...... . Gonda, Ioseph-262 E. Broad St. ....,.................. . Gonda, Magdalene-262 F.. Broad St. Groffen, Eleanor-615 Fifteenth St. ....... . Gross, Albert-1720 East Ave., R.D. 2 Gruesser, George-338 Furnace St. ..,....... . Guenin, Martha Io--248 Sixth St. .......... . Guilmetto, George-784 W. River St. Gunning, Eileen-312 Clark St. .............. .. Guthman, Donna MHC-710 Foster Ave Gutowski, Ed-215 Lodi St. ......................... . - H .. Haag, Barbara-1370 East Ave. ............ i Haas, Dolores-223 Fairlawn Ave. ..... . Hadaway, Arthur-R.D. 2, Elyria ....,, Hadaway, Dick-1112 West Ave. ............. . Hall, Mary Agnes-146 Woodford Ave Halpin, JOl'lI1-I37 Garvin Ave. ................ . Halter, Nancy--213 Dennison Ave. ....... . Hamilton, Eleanor-50972 E. River St Hamlin, Ralph-R.D. 2, Elyria ................. Hamula, Esther-8 Phillips Ct. ................... . Hanchett, LOYCH-1710 Middle Ave. Haney, Charles-139 Brandston Ave. .... . Hand, -IOC-135 Huron St. ............................ . Handyside, HKTIZH-212 Boston Ave, ...,. Hard, Edward-218 Dennison Ave. ,. Harvey, Roland-403 W. River St. ....... . Haynes, Robert-R.D. 3, Elyria ................. Haywood, T0m-254 Pasadena Ave. .... . Hearne, Bob-553 Ohio St. ,,.,..... ...,,,..... Heath, Hazel-227 Chestnut St. .......... . Heath, Herb-204 Bath St. ............ . Helmling, Robert-Duffy St. Helyes, Alfred-225 Beech St. ....... .... . One Hundred T YPEXYRITERS HALLMARK GREETING CARDS EVERSHARP PENS and PENCILS L EATI-IER GOODS C HILDRENIS BOOKS OFFICE FURNITURE O RDER BOOKS O FFICE SUPPLIES M AKE "URM OVVN INDEXES M IMEOGRAPH SUPPLIES P ARKER PENS and PENCILS INKS ADDING MACHINES S TATIONERY N ATIONAL BLANK BOOKS Y EAR DIARIES l34 Middle Aenue Phone 2440 Elyria, Ohio FLOVVERS POR ALL OCCASIONS CAREK FLORIST NVE GROVV OUR ONN Phone 2132 322 Broad Street Ely1'ia's Telegraph Florist ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS THE DOG HOUSE SANDWICH SHOPPE TRAY SERVICE 416 IYIIDDLE AVENUE ELYRIAAOI-IIO ,QZIEILZLJ 567 BROAD ST. ELYRIA, OHIO "E1yria's Medium-Priced Ready-To-Wear Store" Coats. Suits, Dresses, Millinery, Lingerie, Hosiery, Skirtsx Blouses. Sweaters-VVe Specialize in Junior and Half Sizes. Please feel free to come in at any time to look over our merchandise. VVe will be only too glad to welcome you.-Chester Fulton. One Hundred S ew' 71 Horvath, Pete-R.D. I, LaGrange ............A. Hendricks, Walter-412 W. Eleventh St. Henke, Gilbert-6 Tattersall Ct. ...........A........... . Herman, Agnes--611 E. River St. ....... . Herman, Cecilia-611 E. River St. .................... . Herman, Dorothy-611 E. River St. ...,...... . Heskitt, F loyd-140 Courtland St. ....... ....... . Hicks Marion 2 West Ave ..,.... ., l -90 . .......... -- . Hinderer, George-226 Boston Ave. .......... . Hines, Roderick-R.D. 3, Gulf Rd. .......... . Hinton, Oda E.-R.F.D. 3, Elyria ...........,,. Hist, Clifford-118 Clark St. .....,....,......... - . Hoag, Betty-336 Sumner St. ...........,.................... . Hoag, COHStaDCC-II2 Homer St. ................ . Hobert Mar Ann- 1 Stanford Ave , y 3 3 - -------- - Hobill, Rollin--426 Oxford Sf. ................,.,i......... . Hofmann, John-115 Charles Ct. ....................... . Hoffman, Virginia-424 W. Third St. --'---w-4-- - Hogan, Claire-126 Lincoln Ct. ................... . Hogan, Dorothy-Lake Ave., Elyria ........ Hogan, Pat-126 Lincoln Ct. .......--..------------- -------- - Hogue, Dick-130 E. Bridge St. ............. . Hogue, J'02.I'l-I3O E. Bridge St. - Hoke, George-316 Stanford Ave. .l,.. . Hollis, Ruth-560 Lodi sf. ...,............i........ . Hollup, Eileen-130 Bellfield AVC. ,,... ....... . Holmes, Elaine-R.D. 2, Elyria ......------- - Hopewell, Mary-1736 Middle Ave. . . Hopkins, Dora-R.F.D. 2, Elyria .......... . Hopkins, Doris-I28 S. Olive St. ....,..... . Hopkins, Margie-R.D. 2, Elyria .......... . Horace, Richard-I Frank Ct. ................ . Horning, .J3ClC-IO25 W. River St. .,.... ..... . Houserman, Virginia-123 Charles Ct. .... . Houserman, Donald-259 N. Abbe Rd. ........ . Howard, Goldie-R.F.D. 2, Fuller Rd. ........ . Howe, Willie--421 W. Fourteenth St. Howenstine, William-816 Park Ave. ........... . Hoy, June-7 Frank Ct. ..................---.---...................- - Hoy, Marjorie-7 Frank Ct. ........... Hoy, Robert-7 Frank Ct. ......... . ...,. ...... . . Hruly, Louis-811 Woodland Ave. ....... ....... . Hubbell, Ken-215 West St. ................. ....... . Hudnutt, Molly-345 Stanford Ave. .. .,... Hudson, Betty-173 Beebe Ct. ..----..-....... ....... . Hudson, Vivian-346 Columbia Ave. . ...... .. Hurd, Claire-111 Highland Ct. ....,....., ..,,,.. . Hull, Bill-303 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ............... . Hull, Carol-826 West Ave. ................................... . Hull, Wanda-317 Columbia Ave. .................... . Humphrey, MHFYZHHC-401 Middle Ave. Hultz, Jack-226 Dennison Ave. .....,.,,,............. . Hurlbut, Dick-R.D. 2, Oberlin Rd. .............. . Hurst, Donald-R.F.D. 1, LaGrange ....,,.,,.,,,,, Hurst, Virginia-R.D. I, LaGrange .................. Huttinger, Robert-317 Fifteenth St, ,,,,.,,,,.,, . Hyer, Audrey-182 Bath St. .........,..................,.,.... . -1- lckes, Jllll-218 Erie St. .........,....,, . Igna-tz, Zoltan-361 Beech St, ...,...,.. Imre, Mary-136 Irondale St. .................,....... . Ingersoll, HCHFY-1208 West Ave. ............. . lngwer, Keith-208 Glenwood St, ,,.......,,. .. lnnes, William--4 Forest St. ......... ......... . lrion, Ruth-423 Third St. ................... Izmahi, William--I27 Blake St. ............ 1 J -. Jabbusch, Louise-R.D. 3 ......................... Jackson, DOLlg-149 Brandston Ave. ...,. ..... Jackson, Jim-R.D. 2 ......................................,,,...... Jamerson, Wentworth-247 Oberlin Rd. Janowicz, Frank-425 Fifteenth St. .......... . Jaycox, Elmer-128 Harvard Ave. .............. . Jenkins, Constance-50 Samuel St. ............. . Jenkins, Elizabeth-III Hazel St. .,........,.. . Jensen, Neal-Second St. ...,,..,..........,............,....,. , Jensen, Jack--54 Samuel St. ............................ . Jiovanazzo, Catherine-338 E. Bridge St Jiovanazzo, Dominic-338 E. Bridge St. Johnson, IVIIII-II5 Longford Ave. ..,........... . Johnson, Jim-106 Hillsdale Ct. .........,.,,,..... . Johnson, Lester-R.D. 3 .........,................. Johnston, Ledora--R.D. 2 ................ Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones Audrey-118 Blaine S-t. .......... Bob-2 39 Harwood St. ............. .......... . Frank-R.D. 3, Adelbert St. ........... . Jacqueline-400 Louisianna Ave. Paul-41 9 Adams St. ............................. . Jordah, Richard-421 E. Broad St. .... Joswig, Shirley-329 Harvard Ave. ....... . Joviak, Earl--205 Cornell Ave. .............. . Julias, Rllthi2II West Ave. .................... . Jurczynski, Theresa-R.D. 3, N. Murray Ridge ......................................, .,- Justin Margaret-121 Lewis Ct. ........ . Justin Y Justin, Justin Marian-223 Roosevelt Ave. Ray-121 Lewis Ct. ....................... . Betty-136 Garvin Ave. ..... . -K.. Kaczay, Olga-R.F.D. 3 ............, ....................... Kaczmarczyk, Harry--1409 Middle Ave. Kaczmarczyk, John-1409 Middle Ave. .. Kaiser, Jim-247 Fourth St. ...,........................ . Kaiser, Phil-430 Lodi St. ,......... -. ..,.,............ Kalmar, John-149 Woodford Ave. .......... . Kaminski, Florence-616 W. Fifteenth St Kaplan, Lou-238 Fourth St. ......................... . Karmilowiez, Mary-321 Fifteenth St. ., Kaslk, Anne-R.D. 2, Elyria., ...,...........,,,., Kasper, Mary Ann-622 W. River St. .... . Kavaluz, ElC2lIl0I'-I22 Bath St, .,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, , Keech, Nlal-R.D. 3, Gulf Rd, ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., , Kehnert, Arthur-280 Roosevelt Ave. ..,. . One Hundred Originality is a quality of the imagination. lt is the abil- ity to take the usual elements of picture and story and present them to your student body in a new, different and interesting fashion. Our School Service organization has long been noted for its true originality in Year Book planning. LX' L' . ' 1 J' as if Keith, Ernestine-R.D. 2, Butternut Ridge Keller, Ruth-YVest River Rd. ...............---........-,, - Kelly, Eleanor-134 Warran Ave. ..,, . Kelly, Mary-500 Park Ave. .............. , Kenawell, Bill-711 Broad St. ........ . Kemp, Robert-174 Pasadena Ave. .... . Kershaw, Edward-1309 Middle Ave. ........,., . Kessler, -lean-312 Winckles St. ...,............. Keyes, lwary I0-638 VV. Broad St. -,---A----------- - Kidd, Eugene-R.D. 2, Elyria .........,.,,.... Kidd, Norma-211 Louisiana Ave. .,.................. . Kief, Dorothy-252 E. Seventh St. ...,...... King, Herb-219 Bath St. ........................................- . King, james-Stop 4, Lake Ave. R.D. Kipf, Betty-411 'lenth St. .................... - ...,.,..,..,.. .. Kirby, janet-332 Cambridge St. ..................,,... . Kirk, Bob-1291 East Ave. ..,......,...,............. .. Kirkbride, Marian-211 Wooster St. .............. . Kirkbride, Rita-211 VVooster St. ............,,,........ . Kirkpatrick, Rhona-115 Elizabeth St. Klein, Bob-Apt. 2, Wolf Blk. ............................. . Klein, Jeanne-129 Gulf Road .............. Klikota, Barbara-143 S. Olive St. .................... . Klimczak, Edward-143 Huron St. ....,............... . Klyop, Mary-200 E. Fifteenth St. ................. . Knowles, Jack-1307 Middle Ave. Klozek, joseph-229 Chestnut St. ....... . Kochis, Dorothy--523 Furnace St. ......,....... , ..... . Kochis, Elizabeth-523 Furnace Sit. ................. . Koepp, Carl-352 Ninth St. .....,.........,... . Koepp, Martin-439 Tenth St. ........ . Koepp, Ruth-318 Ninth St. ........... Kolb, Gladys-164 Longfellow St. .......... ..,.. . Koske, Bob-335 Lodi St. ....................,.... . Koske. Gregory-335 Lodi St. ................. .............. . Kostyo, Bob-603 W. Fifteenth St. .....-........... . Kowalski, Chester-1710 West Ave. ,.....,.......... . Kozel, Cecilia-2 Persons Ct. ........,....... . Kozel, Dorothy-2 Perons Ct. Kozel, Helen-416 jeH'erson St. .......... . Kozmits, Geza-229 Beech St. ........ . Krebs, Donald-268 Harrison St. ,,,.,,. . Krebs, Doris-126 Harwood St. ............,...... ...,. . Krieg, Barbara--322 Tenth St. ..............,.... Krucinski, Victor-327 Eighteenth St. ........... . Krupka, Virginia-281 Bonair Ave. .........,.....,. . Kubuske, Katherine-III Riverdale Ct. .,.,.... . Kubuske, Margaret-111 Riverdale Ct. ........ . Kucharck, HCICD-444 W. Eighth St. .............. . Kuhl, Lawrence-Murray Ridge Rd. .... Kunitz, Richard--125 N. Maple St. ............,.... . Kuss, G0fd0l1-218 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ,.,,,,..... . -L- Leatherman, Doris-190 Bell Ave. .,.. . LaCrosse, Bert-119 Taft Ave. ........ , Laher, Harry-529 Elm St. ........,...,,........ . Lambert, Mayriie-1305 East Ave. ...,,....,,,,,...... . Lamoreaux, Yvonne-R.F.D. 2, Schramm Road .................................................... Lapp, lklary Kay-134 Warren Ave. Laver, Gerald E.-Stop 9, Lake Ave. ....,.,,,..,. . Lauer, VVarren-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ........ ......... Lawson, LCHOFC-143 Cornell Ave. ..... ......... . Leaman, BCI'IllCC-529 Irondale St. ..,,,..... t- Leber, Violet-827 East Ave. .................... ......... . Lee, Donald-236 Second St. ..,............ Lee, KCIIIICY-236 Second St. .......... .....,... . Legrel, Viola-650 Lodi St. ................................... . Legrel, Wanda-65 Lodi St. ................... ..... ........ . Lehman, Dick-R.F.D. I., N. Abbey Rd. .... . Leho, Steve-120 Parkview Ct. .........,.,,........... . Leisten, Fred-I29 Harvard Ave. .................. Leppien, Herman-1856 West Ave. .. ....... Lesesky, Helen-25016 Fifth St. ........... ....,... . Lesesky, Stanley-25099 Fifth St. ......... . ...... .. Lewis, Ann-7 Shear St. ........................................... . Ligotke, Wolfgang-422 Bonair Ave. ...,..,,, , Limovitz, Norman-122 Chestnut St. ............ . Limpach, Cletus-161 Courtland St. ................ . Lindell, David-121 East Ave. .......,....,. .- Linn, Donn-129 Glendale Ct. ..........,..,,............. . Llnvrlle, john-908 West Ave, ........................... . Livelsberger, Clifford--5 Plaza Apt., 5th St Looper, MRCR-408 East Ave. ...,........................... . Longbrake, Clarence-R.F.D. 2 .........,.,........ .... Longwell, Blanche-R.D. 3, Elyria ......,............. Loomis, Richard-271 Boston Ave. ....,,............ . Lother, Victor-Grafton, Ohio .................. Lottmann, Mildred-Box 361 ............................... Lounsbrough, Alvin-322 Prospect St. ......... . Lugas, Claire-1818 Middle Ave. ............,,....... . Lumadue, Jim--314 Longford Ave. N ..--.. Lumly, Dick-121 Beverly Ct. .............,.............. . Lump, Margaret-354 Cornell Ave. .,.............. . Lyndon, Alan-700 E. River St. ........... ........ . - MC - lVIcClellan, AIIIIC-227 Eastern Hts. Blvd. . McCormick, Frank-130 Chase St. .................. . McCt1llough, Louise-134 Elbe St. ................... . McDonald, Alyce-409 West Ave. .................. . lVIcGinnis, Mark-Apt. 2, Nichols Blk. ...,. . McGinnis, Ralph-Apt. 2, Nichols Blk. ....., . McGowin, Shirley-110 VVurst Ct. .........,,,,,.. . McGuire, Tom-400 Kenyon Ave. ...............,,,. . iVIc'Intyre, Rue-169 Longfellow St. .......... McKenney, John-226 Stanford Ave. McKenzie, Russell-142 Northrup St. ......... . McLoughlin, Laverne-403 Second St. .....,... . lVIcNeal, Ray-243 Cornell Ave. ........................ . McWillian1s, Ann--124 Harrison St. ............ . - M .. Black, Marjorie-1840 Middle Ave. ......... .,,. . Macoii, Fallfly-215 Oberlin Rd. ........ . .... lVIaclVIullen, Bill-317 Furnace St. .................. . One Hundred ."'F' 9 DAVE ALLEN WOMEN'S SHOES 394 BROAD STREET Featuring Paris Fashion Jacqualine Connies Natural Poise lflyrizfs Smartest Shoe Creations FOR Youu G1zAnLuxT1oN, CAMERA, OR Yotfia SL'PPLIi2S O THE PHOTO SHOP ELYRIA, OHIO Next to Lincoln Theatre XVHERIS YOU GET THOSE GOOD CHOCOLATES All Things Musical AT MUSIC STORE MUSIC STUDIOS Our flundred Elf'-z'1'11 309 Broad Street Elyria, Ohio lkfladok, k:COI'gC-IO-LQ E. River St. ...,,............ . hiahilo, Harry-R.D. 2, Elyria ...,....,7,,, .. ,..... .. lylahilo, John-R.D. 2, Elyria .,,........ Majesky, Steve-901 VV. River St. ....,............... . Malterer, Edward-158 Bell Ave. ,........ ,.. ..... . llilalanowski, Bernard-354 Thirteenth St. Malanowski, Chester-34.8 Twelfth St. ........ . Malanowski, ELlIllCC-4.28 Twelfth St. ,,......, . Malick, Stanley-136 Huron St. .................... . Malin, Henrietta-2 Tattersall Ct. ....,.. ....... . Marquis, Chloe-R.F.D. 2 ..................----- W Marsh, Gay-3 Adelbert St. ...............,. ....... . Marshall, Carol-341 Cornell Ave. ........ ....... . Nfarshall, Shirley-704 Lake Ave. ..... ....... . Marsico, Sam-355 E. River St. ........ . Nlartin, Charles-321 Lodi St. ...........,........ ,...... . Martin, ICED-135 Fourth St. ..................-----,. - Martin, Priscilla-1251 E. River St. ................. . Mason, Aleck-1 I4 Floral Ct. .................... Mason, Harriet-R.F.D. 2, Elyria .. ...... .. Mason, J3ClC-435 Thirteenth St. ,,.....,... ....... . Martin, Ruby-916 Walnut St. .................,. Matyas, Margaret--367 Vulcan St. ................. . May, Beverly--107 Floral Ct. .................... ...,... . Mayda, Chester-457 Cleveland St. ................. . Maynard, Bettie-324 Fifth St. ..........,...... ....... . Blaze, Dean-245 Spruce St. ................... -- ..... Meckler, Lois-246 Dennison Ave. ..........,. Meecha, Amelia-122 Northrup St. ............l.... . Bleek, Charles-212 N. Olive St. ......... . Lleeker, Mike-210 W. River St. ........ ....... . Memke, Arthur- I Smith Ct. ...,...............- ....... . Meinke, Richard-111 Hamilton St. Meldrum, Jessie- 627 Dewey Ave. ..... ....... . Mergard, John-No. 44 Grey Blk. ....... . Meschke, LOYCIILZO8 Longford Ave. . . Metcalf, Mary--211 Howe St. ,,.. . Metera, Frank-1606 West Ave. .......,...... ,,.,... . Meyer, Bud-234 Washington Ave. ,... .,..,.. . llleyer, jo AIIIIC-409 Park Ave, ......,....... ....... . Meyer, Lois-234 Washington Ave. .......... . llliadock, Bill-412 Bond St. ,,,......,,...,...,,,,.....,.....,, . Miller, AgllCS-210 Miller St., R.D. 2 .....,.. -. Miller, Loren-320 Ninth St. ........,....................... . llililler, Margaret-Q39 W. River St. .............. . Miller, Winona-252 Oakwood St., R.D. 2 Milliren, Janice-216 Fourth St. ....,....... ....,...... . Milliren, Thurmond-216 Fourth St. .........,.... . Mills, Helen-503 E. Broad St. .........,.... ,,.,... . Minch, Genevieve-137 Clark St. .................. ---. Minch, .lim-241 Harwood St, ....,,............,.,..... . Minkler, DOIIIIHUIHC-222 Harwood St. ........ . Minkler, Everett-222 Harwood St. .........,,...... . lklmnlch, Roger-R.D. 2 e... ............r.............. ............ Minnick, Rita C.-328 Sumner St. .......... . Minnick, Rita M.-417 W. Twelfth sffm' Minor, Brady-1310 West Ave. .......................,.. . lVIitchell, Randy-504 Twelfth St. .................... . lllitchell, Th0lI13S-504 Twelfth St. .... Nlodock, VAIIIIH--542 Turner St. ............ . illoehl, lxarl-132 Pasadena Ave. ..,,,,.................. 9 lliohrman, Beverly-384 Columbus St. ............ II lkloise, J0l'lIl-119 Columbus St. ........................... IO lylontagnese, Frank--315 Eighteenth St. ...... IO Nloroe, J0l'lI11III Mecha11ic St ...............,............ 9 Moore, Lucille-416 Third St. ...........,....... ..... . II lylorris, George-226 Princeton Ave. .. ...... .. 9 lkiorris , Marilyn-226 Princeton Ave. ............ 9 llorse, Hattie-124 lkiendel Ct. ....... . .. ...... II llloyer, Roy-330 N111th St. .......... ...... ........ 9 llludge, Harold-124 Lewis Ct. ....,.... ........ 9 Mudge, Marjorie-124 Lewis Ct. ........... ........ I 0 Mueller, Martin-438 VV. River St. .................. IO Muflly, Allen-R.F.D. 2, Elyria ................ .. II Mustin, Harry-601 West Ave. ............,................. I I Myers, Arthur F., jf.-406V2 Middle Ave. 9 Myers, Bill--346125 Ninth St. ................................. IO Myers, Bonita-342 E. River St. ........... - ..........,.. 9 lklyers, Clinton--337 Twelfth St. ........... ........ I I Myers, F aye-337 Twelfth St. ........,..................... 9 Myers, Ioyce-243 E. Broad St. .......... ............... I I Myers, William E.-706 Penfield Ave. ......... II Mynchenberg, George-141 Dennison Ave. II Mynchenberg, Thomas-141 Dennison Ave. 9 -N- Nagorka, HClCI1-119 Hawthorne St. ............... II Nagy, Bob-289 W. River St. ..............,... . Nagy, Fl0I'CI1CC-443 W. River St. ...... . Namy, Ned-209 Broad St. ................... . Namy, Sylvia-209 Broad St. ............. ....... . II II IO Nead, Leonard-Stop 316, Lake Ave. ............... IO Nethercut, Robert E.-1638 Lake Ave., R.D. 3 ,,,,,....t. - ............................................................. IO Neubiser, Carol--231 E. Fourteenth St. I0 Nicholas, George-218 Princeton Ave. ............ 10 Nicholl, Russell K.-242 Columbia Ave. ......... 9 Nichols, Beth-1815 East Ave. ................. . Nichols, Gidell--1535 East Ave. .............. . Niegowski, F Tallk-1810 West Ave. ..... . Niegowski, Theresa-1213 Bank St. ..... . Nielson, Bob 944 E. River St. .................. . I I IO IO IO 9 Niholoff, J3Cli---417 Kenyon Ave. .............. 9 Norman, Marilyn-205 Harvard Ave. ............ II Norris, Harold-R.D. 1, Elyria ..........,...... ........ 1 1 Noster, LCOH3fd-I28 Hazel St. ............. ....,... I O Noster ,Lucille-318 Fifteenth St. .......... ........ I I Novak, DOH-152 Erie St. ............................ ......... I I Novak, Ken-235 Spruce St. .................................... IO Novak, Rosemary-830 W. Broad St. ............ II Noveske, GFHCC-1536 East Ave. .................. , ...... I0 Noveske, Janis-324 Thirteenth St. ...... . Nye, Bill-283 Washirigton Ave. .... . -Q.. Oates, Don-165 VVarren Ave. .......... . Oates, Maynard-165 Warren Ave. 1 1 I2 One Hundrea Twelve 0 Congratuiates tire Members of the 1941 Graduating Ciass, and our sincere wisii for tiiem is HEALTH WEALTH HAPPINESS Manufacturers oi tile famous Left 8: Right Rubber Heeis timat iceep you treaciing ievei. O'lirien, .lanice-371 High St. ...................... . O'l'irien Nlary Louise-635 Cambridge , Ex. Obringer, Francis-145 Clark St. ...................,... . Obringer, jane-145 Clark St. ....,....,,....... .- O'D0nnell, B0b-402 Middle Ave. O'Donnell, joan-328 Fourth St. .......... . Ody, Donald--415 West St. ......... r.......... . Oldfield, Gloria-439 Kenyon Ave. ....... . Oldfield, Shirley-1030 Middle Ave. .. O'Malley, Karl-1206 East Ave. ............. . O'Malley, Peggy--1206 East Ave. ..............,..... . O'Million, Josephine-15 Chestnut St. ........... . Omler, Patricia-517 Dewey Ave. ....,............... . Opra, George--532 Vulcan St. ............................. . Orlowski, jane- 510 W. Sixteenth St. Oseka, Frances-117 Franklin Ave. ........... -. .... .. Oswald, Mildred-1 I3 Lexington Ave. ........... . Ott, Marjorie-150 Longfellow St. ....,.. . - P - Paeth, Emily-111 Dennison Ave. ..,..,.... . Pahl, Ed-241 Oxford Ct. ............, .....,.. . Palagyi, Carl-334 W. River St. ........ . Pallardy, Tom-1 IO Dennison Ave. .... . Palmer, Shirley-207 West St. ................ . Papp, Margaret-427 W. River St. ....... . Papp, Viola-R.D. 2, S. Middle Ave. .............. . Papay, Bill-R.D. 3, Elyria ................... ............. .. Pasenow, Dorothy--1320 W. River St. Pasenow, lllelvin E.-1320 W. River St. ..... . Pasenow, Russel-1856 West Ave. .................... . Patania, Dominic-127 S. Logan St. ..,,..........,.. . Paty, Robert-221 Wolf Ct. ............. Palinski ,J0l'lI1-1806 Middle Ave. ..........,,........ . Pawlikowski, HCICH-124 Garvin Ave. ........... . Payne, Jerrine-338 Cambridge Ave. .............. . Pelter, Glen-64 Samuel St, ........,.......,,,... . Pember, DOIl3ld'-I205 E. River St. ................. . Penberthy, Bill-318 Sixth St. ....,........................... . Penberthy, Mary Ellen-248 Seventh St Penfound, Ronald--310 Princeton Ave. Perkins, jack-630 Lodi St. ...,,,................................ . Perkoski, Helen-223 Lodi St. .............. . Perkoski, Jane-223 Lodi St. ........... . Peters, Robert-411 Oxford Ave. ..... . Phillips, Bob-120 W. Bridge St. .......,.. . Phillips, Harry-336 Winckles St. ...,...... . Pileski, Ted-113 West St. ............ ..... . Pinter, Rudy-219 W. River St. ........ . Pitts, LOlllS-I I7 Clinton Ave. ........... . Pitts, Mary ,lane-117 Clinton Ave. .... . Pislcuran, Elmer-216 W. River St. .......,......... . Pitkin, Bert-135 Madison St. ................ . Plas, Edward-R.D. 1, LaGrange ........ Plas, Harvey--454 Tenth St. ......................... Plas, Helen Marie-R.D. 1, LaGrange Podraski. Helen-437 W. River St. ................. . Pogan, joe-1709 West Ave. ......................... . Polacsek, Elizabeth-602 Fifteenth St. ........... . Polen, Sam-R.F.D. 2 ..................... Polgar, John-337 VV. River St. .,..,. . Pomeroy, Dorothy-211 Bath St. ........ . Pomeroy, C3CI'2lldlI1C-171 Bath St. ...,. . Pomeroy, Robert-211 Bath St. ..., Porter, Richard-251 Thirteenth St. ....... . Post, CCCll-1403 East Ave ...................,,..........,....... Powell, Jack-514 Second St. .......... .....,,,,...,,, Prindle, Barbara-West River Rd. ...,...,.. . Prohaska, George-R.D. 2, W. 17th St Pycraft, Vera-R.D. I, N. Abbe Rd. .............. . Pycraft, Virginia-R.D. 1, N. Abbe Rd -Q- Quick, Winifred-235 Sixteenth St. ................. . -R- Raby, Dorothy-211 East Ave. ......... . Race, Dale-229 N. Olive St, ,,,.........,,,.. , Racz, Edward-544 Turner St, ................ . Radachi, JOE-245 S. West River St. ..........,,,. . Rahrig, lliarcella-325 Winckle St. ....... Raidl, Dick-230 VV. River St. ................ ........... . Rankin, june-369 E. Bridge St. ....................... . Rankin, Wesley-369 E. Bridge' St. ....... . Rasmer, Eileen Marie-21196 Rush St. Ratal, Wendell-R.D. 1, Abbey Rd. ....... . Rawson, Charme-631 Dewey Ave. ................. . Ray, Sterling-123 Riverside Ct. .......................... . Ready, Geraldine-243 Denison Ave. .,.. . Read, James--217 George St. ...................... . Redington, Tom--284 Washington Reese, Lois-112 Water St. ........................... Regecz, Emma-162 Bath St. ..,............................. . Reinhardt, Shirley Ann-400 Oxford Ave. Reising, Robert-614 Forest Ave. ............ . ....... .. Renninger, Bill-18 West Ave. ............................. . Renz, Don-342 Harvard Ave. ............... . Resar, Mary-1435 E. River St. .......... --. ....,,,,. Revercomb, Marian--513 Park Place ............... Revercomb, Marjorie-513 Park Place ............ Reynolds, Dick-205 High St. ................................ . Rhoads, Kathleen-522 W. Twelfth St. Rhoades, Calvin-903 Park Ave. .......................... . Rhoades, Gloria-903 Park Ave. Richards, Ralph-R.D. 3 ................... Riddle, Bob-1624 Middle Ave. ...... . Ristas, Mary-1614 Middle Ave. ........ . Ristas, Sam-1614 Middle Ave. Roberts, Margaret-West River Rd. ................. . Robertson, Lois-139 Stanford Ave, .,,,,.,.,.,,,,,.. . Robertson, Nancy-276 Marseilles Ave. ....,,.. . Robertson, Ruth-217 Third St. .......................... . Robinson, Clare-817 Park Ave. ................ Robinson, Clyde-341 Bonair Ave. .................... . R0ckWood,. Sam-514. Washington Ave. ........ . Roelle, LOIS-143 Erie St. .............,....................... Rogers, Patsy-236 Columbia Ave. ...... . I1 I0 IO IO 10 II 10 II II 9 9 II 9 IO 9 9 9 IO 9 II 9 IO 9 Il II II 9 II IO 9 10 I0 IO IO IO II IO II IO II 9 IO 9 II IO I0 IO IO 9 xo IO 9 One Hundred Fourteen HOOKS STATIONERY THE CENTRAL BOOK STORE GREETING CARDS LEATHER GOODS H. W. GUTHRIE BAKERY and GROCERY 320 EAST BROAD STREET PHONE 2295 Natural Gas for the- 4 BIG JOBS 1. LOVV TEMPERATURE COOKING AND BOIL- ING VVITH TAPPAN 2. PRESERVATION OF FOODS VVITH ELEC- TROLUX 3. AUTOMATIC HOT XVATER SERVICE VVITH REX 4. HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING YOUR HOME XVITH APPROVED EQUIPMENT QZII QA One llzzmlrm' I"Iffi'l'Il Q-Qu Xnlins Cmefffucj Gc0S'5:ERo! flf ,' .. . . . 1 Z ' ' - 7 -1: 1 - lk S -- 'lk ' Fffagj' vm , 24 . " ,Q nh H I w.quncl-4 'L-'S-'gE:lF3, .a.n.owcnf, W ZW ..,:Tt:..SL 3-5 I2 Q If 1 . , ? 4 BL 1 uno s oven w0Uu4ED- Q ----j' ' f V uso .f-1. . W Myfxzvv "' X , 6 1 5 an f V" iff 'ff 6 4,41 L, RM gr t vp- - f y rf- QU I I ' 'Y' A H l .fulfil ,H gig? gh, - ft hm, " Efi num .- . 7 flgfk in M "f 2 H 5' ,' 1 nn 4,5 1 4 I I gt. as yan g, 'D I 5-M1 -7'QlfAj?li S ' I n - ', , , J'FL0wiR-5 , f 'gin X fx Y l' T 'I X 2 - Nu 1 III , Ugg! -?-'- A L! I 'wa fqxN- ' :su N ll illlll! z:':.s::a L-"""'25fz:4'2":':.fA:..S:w' .11 X f ff Z f f - llll Ill! OMER Kjfff' if ' I , X "' By 53" X ' ' :fu Lmcouv au-Lum - X' W' f W A -1 40- v 5 X' Y I, , H A g- 9 J ' 3, V N , V ,fx X x Xf JW if a easy' 'AP If 1 in far ' ik .- 2 ' .1 ff li? 6 e 'Q 'K ' I I Xyfef bun. 1 4 X x , I rr lb ' ,AA . 1 - U! IZXX H-o Y 2-l'iliTHERi3 A foal-1nL , RHIKCJJ 'V' - x J f H GMMK , . VW -Sf-1 ' . zaaroous REDRA N by Um' IIIIIIIIIFFII Sixteen Elyria Business College School of Commerce and Qfhce Training For High School Graduates Accredited Here is the accrediting seal-the emblem of efficiency used only by the schools that are fully accredited by the National Association. The Elyria Business College was among the first in the state to be so accredited. NATIONAL ASSOC T10 WW v ll UI g iixlllahzl, if !- L Approved Courses and Employment Service The: li. H. C. Courses have been approved by expert account- ants, executive secretaries and by government experts in business education. The employer calls 2461 for office help and some well-recom- mended student is selected for the position. At the least expense in time and money the E. H. C. students acquire lucrative office positions and are to be found with leading firms throughout the country. Summer and Fall Terms The li. H. C. Summer Term of Twelve Vkfeeks-June 2 to August 15-affords real opportunity for attainment to high school graduates, school teachers, and college students-an effective step to office employment or Civil Service. The Fall Term will open Monday. September l. "The E. B. C. will do Well by every student" I-QTHE, EQfE!A One Hzzmlred Sw: lIff':"7l Rogers, Ruth--123 Woodbury St. ....... . Roy, june-183 Spruce St. ,,..............A...,.... . Roosevelt, Ted--949 E. River St. .....,. . Root, Vivian-257 Willkles St. ........v.... . Rose, Harold-R.D. 1 .......---------,Y,,,-----------'----- - --'----- - Rosecrams, Doug-226 NV. Bridge St. Rosenau, hV3lt0l1-319 Harvard Ave. Ross, Edna-R.D. 3 ...............------------,------------- Ross, june--373 Furnace St. ..., Rothgery, Bill-818 West Ave. .------,,-,-- 2 Rothgery, Walt-344 Princeton Ave. Rotko, Dorothy-R.D. 1, LaGrange ....... ...-- Rotko, Bill-R.D. I, LaGrange .............. Rotunda., Louis-240 Fifth St. ---------.....-.--- Y Rotunda, Sam-240 Fifth St. .............,......, . Rowe, Betty Lou-406 Columbus St. .. Rucker, Andrew-332 W. Sixteenth St. ........ . Rudy, Robert-611 W. River St. .......... . Rumph, ElC3.ll0I'-313 East Ave . .- .,..... . Rurka, GCl1CViCVC-I2O Nichols Ct. .... . Ruth, jack-715 E. Broad St. ...,,- Ruth, Ralph-329 West Ave .............. Ryan, DOH--1212 Lake Ave. Ryan, Donnis--419 Elm St. Ryan, Jim--419 Elm St. ......,...,------.......---.... . Rybarcyk, Ed-201 E. River St. ................,......... . Rybarcyk, W3lfCY-201 E. River St. ..... -5- Sadowski, Ffallk-244 Denison Ave. .,.. . Salata, IOC-527 Irondale St. ...............,... . Salva, Pauline-514 Sixteenth St. ....... . Sands, Martha-250 Sixth St. ...........,. , Saxon, HCYIUHII-142 Cleveland St. ........... ..... . Scarborou h im-348 E. Bridge St g , J - --"---------- - Scarborough, Ray-348 E. Bridge St. .. Schallon, Betty-129 N. Maple St. ....... . Schanbacker, Russell-102 Water St. .............. . Schanhop, Ruth-5 West Ave. ......-........--4,,,----------- - Scharein, Karl-440 W. River St. ..,,... . Schlitt, jean-331 Cornell Ave. .. Schneider, Ruth-801 Foster Ave. ....... . Schnur, Betty-564 Turner St. ............, . Scholtz, Paul-1 I2 Harvard Ave. .......... . Schrader, Beverly-136 Marseilles Ave. ........ . Schramm, Efllll-R.IJ. 2 ................................ Schroeder, Jeanne--R.D. 2 .............. Schroeter, Thelma-1008 East Ave. .... . Schue, jane-277 Abbe Rd. ...................... . Schuster, Betty-124 Homer St. ............. . Schuster, Gladys-167 Brandston Ave. Schuster, jack--124 Homer St. ............................. . Schuster, James-R.D. 3 .................. ........................ Schwert, jean Ann-630 Nliddle Ave. Scott, Jacqueline-106 E. Second St. .... . Scrivens, Henry-356 Concord Ave. .... . Searles, Lila-114 Grant St. ................... . Sebastian, Chuck-136 Blake St. .......... . Sedar, Nick-239 Rush St. ........------.- - Sedens, George-503 East Ave. ....... . Seekins, Richard Allen-R.D. 2 ,..,,,...,,, ...,.. Seeley, Glenn-1005 East Ave. ...,,,........... ...... . Seres, Elizabeth-108 W. River St. ......... .,.... . Shamel, John-169 Sheriff St. Shapero, Albert-714 VV. River St. .............,... . Shapko, GCf3ldlllC-I I4 Furnace St Sharrer, GFHYCC-415 W. Ninth St. .,............... . Shepherd, Frank-419 Oxford Ave Shepherd, Robert-R.D. 2 ..................., Sherman, Howard-912 West Ave. Sherman, Vivian--311 E. Broad St. Shewring, Nina-521 E. River St. ......... .. .... Shiley, Dolora-R.D. 2 .,,,,,........................ ....... Shinder, Lillian-130 West St. .......... Shiple y, G. Lowell--132 Bath St. .........,. ...,.. . Shryock, Robert-126 Stanford Ave. ................. . Sieminski,.Lucille-353 Fifteenth St. .............. . Simms, Virginia-R.D. 2 ................................... Simon, Dorothy-130 Woodford Ave. ........... . Simon, MildfCd-301 Louisiana Ave. .,.,,,...t Simpson, Virginia Claire-245 Stanford Ave. Sippel, Virginia-R.D. 2 .....................................,.,........ Sittinger, Edward-1615 Lake Ave. ....... Sklenar, Susan-411 Bond St. .................... ....... . Skok, Skok, Genevieve-229 Oberlin Rd. .................... . Sophie-229 Oberlin Rd. .................... - .... Slaughter, Edward-414 W. Fifteenth St. Slusher, Carol-1213 West Ave. .......................... . Slusher, Charles-1213 West Ave. .................... . Slusher, Helen Lois-1213 West Ave. .......... Szymczak, Mary-357 E. River St. ..............,,,... . Smallwood, Edward-225 Cleveland St. ........ . Smith, Alice-R.D. 1, Grafton ..,........................... Smith, Bob F.-704 West Ave. ,.,...... .......... Smith, Bob W.-IIO Franklin St. .........,. ...... . Smith, Dan-200 Fairlawn Ave. .......................... . Smith, Dorothy-Indian Hollow Rd. ...... Smith, Dorothy Fay-234 Eastern Hts. Blvd. Smith, Dorothy Pat-1443 E. River Rd. ..... . Smith, Janis-5 Frank Ct. ..,..,.,..,.,,.....,.,...,,..,,........,, . Smith, Jean-332 Stanford Ave. ,..,...................... . Smith, Joanne-471 W. Eighth St. Smith, John F.-304 VVest Ave. .............. ...... , Smith, Lyle-420 W. Tenth St. .......................... . Smith, Raymond-219 E. Fifteenth St. .........., . Smith, Bob-R.D. 1, Grafton .,......... -. ...,.,..,...,,,..... . Smith, Rosemary-236 Winckles St. ................. . Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Sneyd , Thomas Charles-304 West Ave. ..... . , Tom W.-400 Prospect St. .................. . , Vera Mae-146 Hamilton St. .............. . owski, Mary-508 W. Twelfth St. ..... . oski, CCCilia-255 Roosevelt Ave. ........ . er, Wayne-213 Ninth St. ......... Sobotka, Chester-R.D. 2 ........................... Sobotka. Frank-R.D. 2 ................................... Sokol, Solet, Dorothy-122 Marseilles Ave. .. .... Stephen-R.F.D. I, LaGrange .................. Sonkoly, Olga-243 Gates Ave. ........,,......,.. 9 9 IO 9 I0 IO II 9 II 9 9 IO IO II IO 10 I0 I0 9 IO 9 II IO II 9 II II 9 I0 II 9 II I0 I0 II II I2 9 II IO IO IO 9 IO II 9 II I0 IO 9 II 9 9 IO 9 9 IO II One Hunzlrn Eighteer CASTLE'S WALL PAPER CASH PAINT STORE PHONE 2647 ELYRIA, O HIO XVITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE LEEDALE BEAUTY SHOPPE THE HUFFMAN - HUBBARD C0 GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS 204 MASONIC TEMPLE PHONE 2141 PURTABLE TYPEWRITERS QTerms if desiredj SHAEEEER and PARKER PENS and PENCILS GIFTS - STATIONERY GREETING CARDS FOR ALL UCCASIONS ELYRIA STATIONERS Phone 2123 CNext to Lincoln Theaterl Dm I'IlI7IlII'Pd NYi7If'fl'f'Il Soules, Helen- Spishok, Betty- 213 Longfellow I7 Chestnut St. Sr. .. Spishok, Paul-17 Chestnut St. Spore, Jeanne-5 Lesnick Ct. ........ . W ...... IO I I Sprague Betty-611 Tyler St. ....... .....,.... 1 1 Sprague, D011--611 Tyler St. ....... IOW Sprague, Elaine-R.F.D. 3 .........--- ..-,-...,- 1 O Sprague, Sid-310 Furnace St. ee..... .. ,......., . II Squire, june-1332 Lake Ave. .,..........t .........,.... . II ll Standen, Patricia-338 Stanford Ave. .... . Stanford, jack-155 Stanford Ave. .. Stang, Albert--268 Spruce St. .............,... . Stanko, Paul-R.D. 2, West Ridge I I IO I I Stanco, Tillie-R.D. 3 ,......................,........... ........... I O Starkey, George-67 Chestnut St. ,....... ......, - . 9 Starkey, Herbert-R.D. 3 ............,............. .....------ I 0 Starkey, Marian-67 Chestnut St. ........ .1.... 9 II Staysniak, Irene-131 Fairlawn Ave. ......,.... . Stefko, Anthony-324 Foster Ave. . I I Stefko, Milan-536 Furnace St. ........ ,..... ..... .... 1 0 Steger, Beverly-509 Park Ave. ...rr.......... . Steigerwald, Jean-206 Denison Ave. .... . 9 II Steigerwald, Virginia-206 'Denison Ave. ...,.. I2 Stein, Dick-429 Fifteenth St. .,......,,... Stephen. Bob-126 Caroline St. ,............. . Stevens, Ruth-24.4 Columbus St. ........ . Stevenson, Beryl-Grafton Road ....,...,,. . Stevick, Dan-217 Olive St. ,.........,.......,..... . Stewart, Victor-242 Marseilles Ave. .... . Stick, jacquelina-319 Concord Ave. . , Stock, Philip-543 Lodi St. .........,............. . Stoddard, Bert-528 Middle Ave. ............. . Stokes, Annabelle-170 Fairlawn Ave. .. Stolz, Cecilia-313 Sixteenth St. ...,. Strainic, Rosemary-23 Chestnut St. ...... . IO IO IO II 9 II IO II 9 9 9 Strong, Jeanne-117 Princeton Ave. .. .......... . IO Street, Beatrice-65116 Nelson St. ........ . IO Strickler, Thomas-Adelbert St. ...,....., .........,. 1 I Stydnicki, Ann-111 Bath St. ............ . Stydnicki, Stanley-111 Bath St. .....,..... , Styles, jean-434 Tenth St. ....... . Suetta, -I0hll-220 W. River St. ......... .. ........ Sukey. Walter-429 Huron St. .............. . Sumegi, IFCHC-3I4 W. River St. ........ . Supers, Arthur-258 Sixteenth St. ........ . Surdock, George-224 Bath St. ........ . Sutton, Elaine-1 I4 Bell Ave. . Sutton, Robert-154 Bath St. ..,,........ . Swiers, Don--115 Dennison Ave. . Szabo, Rose-217 Howe St. ,,,,,.,,.. Szakacs, Ruth-132 Clinton St. .,.....,. . Szlempa, Walter-117 Hazel St. .........,, . -T- Tait, Nora LCC-I4I Courtland St. ....... , Talarek, Edward-327 Fifteenth St. .... . T arnowski, Adeline-424 Twelfth St. .. Tarry, D011-I II Lake Ave, .,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , IO IO I I ll I2 ,,. I I I I II I2 IO II 9 II II .... IO IO I I 9 Taryan, -Irma-227 VV. River Sr, 1 ,,,,,,, IO Taryan, Taylor, john-227 W. River St. .. Charles-1105 E. River St Taylor, David-119 Second St. .....,. . Taylor, Dick-615 E. Broad St. .... . Taylor, c3COI'gC-II9 Second St. .... . Taylor, Gordon-583 W. Broad St. ...... . Taylor, Lois-442 Louisiana Ave. .. Taylor, Neil-203 Princeton Ave. .. Terrell, Edgar-969 Cleveland St. Terrell, James-259 Harwood Ave Terry, T0m-629 Lodi St. .-'-------...... . 9 IO 9 9 IO .....,--. I I 1 1 9 . ......... .... . .. II Thomas, Elizabeth-R.D. 2, Fuller Rd. ........ . Thomas, Mildred-R.D. 3, W. River Rd. Thompson, Doris-933 E. River St. ................. . Thompson, Gilbert-114 Riverdale Ct. ...... . Thompson, Richard-247 Boston Ave. ........... . Thompson, VCTR-52495 North St. ......... . T horley, DOH-613 Dewey Ave. ........... .......... . T omcko, Joe-125 Waverly St. .............. Tomsky, Ed-R.D. I, LaGrange ......... ....,...... Tonry, Roberta-126 Broad St. .............. ..... .... . Toth, Steve-R.D. 2, West Ridge .......... Townsend, Virginia-237 Ohio St. ......... . Tracey, John-124 Kaiser Ct. ................. ....... - .. Tracey, Robert-124 Kaiser Ct. ........... .......... . Traicofi, Bob-126 Irondale St. ....,... . Traicoff, Steve-113 Blake St. ........ ,......... . Travise, Paul-553 Third St. ..............., . Traxler, Carol-374 E. Bridge St. .,..,, Q .......,,.,., . T rieskey, Mary-339 Fifteenth St. .......... Trimmel, Marge-R.D. 3, Lake Ave. .............. . Trumble, Ji2lCk--IO3 Water St. .................. . T1-upo, Tony-827 Bond St, .,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,1 ,.,,,,,,., , Tufford, Gail-333 Oxford Ave. ....... . Turon, Martiri-R.D. 2, Elyria ,,..,....,,,,,.,,.,.... Tutthill, Fred-R.D. 2, East Ave, .. ,.,,. - U - Ujlaki, Elsie-218 W. River-St. .......... . Ujlahi, Irene-218 W, River St, ,,,,,,,.,., ,.,,,,,,., , Unger, Ruth'-339 E. River Sr. ....,,........ .,........ . Urbansock, Paul-293 W, River St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Urpschott, Doris-307 Columbus St. ................. . -V- Valassis, Ted-351 Third Sr. ................... .....,.... . Van Arsdale, Ross-909 East Ave, ,,,,A ...,.,.,,, , Van Boven, Loyd-237 Winckle Sr, ,....,,,,,,,,,,,, , Vanderson, Alfred-R,D, 2 ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,., U Vanderson, Paul--215 Bonair Ave, ,, ,,,,,,,, Vanek, Ralph-117 Quincy St, ....,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, , Varner, Helen-114 Lewis Ct, ..,,,,,,,,,,,. ,..,,,,.., , Varsey, Eloise-202 Harwood St, ,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,, Q Vass, .IOCSDIT-311 W. River Sr. .............. .... .... . Vaughn, Virginia-210 Harrison Sf, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , Vayda, Dick-134 Northrup St, ,,,,,,,,,, D ,,,,,,,, Veitch, lVIarian-545 Broad St. ....... . IO 9 II II 9 9 II I0 IO II 9 9 IO I2 9 IO 9 IO IO IO 9 II 9. ll II 9 IO I0 IO II IO II IO II 9 I2 II IO II IO 9 I0 One Hundred Twenty I SUDRO-CURTIS Funeral Home ELYRIA, OHIO J. C. PENNEY C0 ELYRIA, ol-no RUY E. HULTZ AUTOMATIC HEATING EQUIPMENT CONGRATULATIONS FROM MAYTAG ELYRIA CO. MIDDLE AVENUE Verbeck, Diary Clare-125 Columbus St. Vernam, .ISHN-614 Lodi St. .................A...............,. , Vietzen, Albert-1021 Foster Ave. .......... Vietzen, Ken-IO2I Foster Ave. ....,. ..,,... . Vietzen, Melvixl-263 Spruce St. ......... .,A.... . Vietzen, Regina-1021 Foster Ave. ..,.,,.. A...... . Vincent, GCOfgC-401 West Ave. H ....A.......A,, Vogler, Patricia-129 Beverly Ct. .........,...,,,,,..... . Volk, Helen-224 Sumner St, ,,,,,,...,,..,..,.........,..... . Von Brock, Robert-117 Eastern Hts, Blvd Von Duyke, Vi0l3-645 Cleveland St. ,..,,..,... . Vasburgh, JOYCC--223 Rush St. Wagner, Wa ner K i Wagner, Walend Walker, Walker, -W- Dick-416 Tenth St. ...... .,,.... . Phyllis-416 Tenth St. ....... . Phyllis-I I3 Harvard Ave. , Ray-957 Foster Ave. ......l.,.................... . VVendell-321 Ninth St. .r.r............... Yvonne Lee-528 Woodland Ave. Waller, Beverly-124 Hawthorne St, ,,,,,.,,,,, , Wamsley, Jack-3 34 Oxford Ave. ,............,....,,... . Ward, Darrell-435 Tenth St, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, L Wargo, Joe-119 Riverdale Ct, ,,,..,..............,..... . Warner, Meilli Olivia-815 W. River St. Wash, Rllth-I 18 W. River St. .....r.........,,......... . Washington Dallas- I Sixteenth St - y 4 9 - VVashingtin, Gwendolyn-419 Sixteenth St. Wasserman, Sidney-3 Clayton Apts., Third St. ..............,.....................,..,,................,,...,.. . Watson. vli0SE?ph132I S. Maple St. Watt, Margie B.-424 Earl Ct. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, , Webber Velnia- 8 Cleveland St , 59 . ..-...4--,--,--., - Weber, ,lack-181 Caroline Ave, .........,,..,,...,,,,, , VVebster, F FHHCCS-2I 3.0berlin Rd. ,..,,,, Wehman, Paul-226 Fifth St. .....r.r....... Weibling. Betty-806 East Ave. .. ..... VVeigl, Albert-645 W. River St. ,........ . Weigl, Frank-645 W. Rive" St VVeitzel, Wellard-319 E. River St. ,....,r.......... . Weisman, Harold-150 Stanford Ave. ,,,,,,,.... . Wellert, John-317 Hotel Elyria . .... . Welsh. Nfary Agl1CSi704 YVoodland---.Avei Welton, Earl-130 Harwood St. ,,,,,,,...............,... . Wendling, Mary-118 Caroline St. .......,......... . Wenger, Verna AHII-313 Gulf Rd, ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, , Wentz, Bill-I223 E. River St. .......,,,, - ...,,,,,,,, , Wesebaum, Paul-270 N. Olive St. ................. . Weslowslci, Rosemary-122 Longford Ave. VVest, Frank-247 George St. .....r....,,,,..............,... . VVharton, B0b-II3 Lewis Ct. ...,.r........,.. ,...., . . VVbeeler, Jim 442 Oxford Ave. .....,................ .... . Whitacre, Lewis--875 W. River' St. r..,..,.,....,..r . White, Charlotte-671 E. River St. ,................ . lVhite, ,l0C-QII East Ave. ................... VVhite, Margaret-117 Artemas Ct. ................. . VVhitworth, VVillia Mae-241 Oberlin Rd. 9 Wickard, Charles-I19 Denison Ave. .............,. 10 Wickilman, blOl1Il-IOSJI E. River St. ............... 9 VVilcox, Harland-426 jefferson St. .......r.......... Il VVilford, Charles-133 Charles Ct. .. ..... I0 Wilford, Jack-R.D. 2 ........r.................... ...... . . 10 VVilshere, ElC2iI10I'-821 Park Ave. ............. ........ I O Wilson, Robert-461 VV. Eighth St. ...........,...... IO Wingard, .Ch3flCS-353 Oxford Ave. .. ....... . IO XVIIISOII, john-521 Foster Ave. ...,...,,......,.,......... ll Winsor, Rachel-Stop 83, Oberlin Rd. II Wirth, Chuck-269 Winckles St. ....,...........,....... 9 Wisniewski, Rudy-30715 Sixteenth St. ,..,..... ll Woelfer, Ruth-310 Lodi St. .............,.,.....,...........,.. I0 Woicik, Mary Jane-R.D. 2 . f ..............,.........,,... . 9 VVolfe, Donald-222 Longford Ave. ............... 9 Wolfe, Harold-419 Huron St. .............................. ll Wood, Bill-45 Samuel St. ....................................... IO Woodcock, Norma-810 Woodland Ave. ...... Il VV'ocdruff, Barbara-238 Third St. ....,................ II lVoodruff, Ed-238 Third St. ,................. -- ....... .. 9 VVoodson, Freeman-2056 Middle Ave. ,......., IO Worcester, Bill-R.D. 3 ................................ ........ I I VVorthington, jack-346 Ninth St. 9 VVright, Evelyn-714 E. Broad St. ..................... IO Wykrent, -lean-RD. 2, Oberlin Rd. ............ 9 VVykrent, Theodora-16 West Ave. .................. ll Wysogorski, Leonard-I I9 Fairlawn Ave. IO VVysogorski, Margie--119 Fairlawn Ave. ...... 9 lVukie, Catherine-214 Longford Ave. ......... 9 -Y- Yarbrough, Helene-1310 VVest Ave. .. ....... . IO Yarsa. Frank-IO4 Irondale St. ,..,..... ........ 9 Yoo, Dick-R.D, 2 ,,.,,,.................................... ........ I I Yoo, Shirley-R D. 2, Middle Ave. .. ....... . IO Yost, Donna-R.D. 2 ....... ..................................... . .. IO Yonrg, Tack-1307 Middle Ave. ........................... 9 Young, Mariorie A1111-fI307 Middle Ave. Il Young, VVard-333 Columbia Ave. ..................... I0 Youngebf-"fr, Earl-R.D. 3, Murray Ridge Road ...................... -- ...........................,..... II Yonngeberg, Lois Ruth-R.D. 3, Murray Ridge Road ..................... .. ................................ . 9 Yucha, Rosemary- Us Clark St. ........ ........ I O Yunker, Loretta--R O. 2 .....,...,,,,,,....,...... W, 9 Yunker, Phyllis-R.D. 2 ...................... ...... I 1 -Z- Zackowski, Zigmund-323 Columbus St. ...... II Zander. Virginia-446 Tenth St. ........................ Il Zaleski, Virginia-1513 West Ave. ...... . ......... IO 7immerman, Mathilda-425 N. Abbe Rd. I0 7oltai. Caroline-R.D. 3, Dellefield Rd. .,.... IO Zoltai, William-R.D. 3, Dellefield Rd. ...... IO One Hundred Twentytwo JAKE Sl-IAFER Barber and Beauty Shop ELYRIA HOTEL "IT PAYS TO LOOK VVELLH THE ELYRIA SUPERIOR ELECTRIC COMPANY IELECTRICAI. CONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLIES LIGHTING FIXTURES ERVICF Advice to Graduates: One Iflllllllffll' 7Iil'f'lIfj'fllI'f't' YOU'I,I. DO XVIZLL TO SHOP AT MERTHE'S AND ISIQNIEITIT HY THIS STOREIS KIEEN STYLE SIENSIQ, AND ITS IMPIQCCAIILE REPUTATION FOR RIQAI. QUALITY MERCHANIDISE. fXI,XY.-XYS THI2 HICADQUARTERS FOR SMART YOUNG If.-XSHIONS IN CHILDRI2N'S. IUNIORS' AND MISSIQS' NVIQIXRING APPAREL. C.H.IVlerthe GCG Wwfmami ,Jim I A PORTRAIT We De La Vers Bros. Studios N OUR PORTRAITS ARE DIS- TI NCTI VELY D1 FFR R ENT. STYLIQD TO SUIT YOUR INDIVIDUAL PICRSONALITY. A VISIT TO OUR STUDIO VVILL CONYINCE YOU! .: :eoo::oQ:: : : : : : : : :o0Qo: :--QQ: :Q:: Dr L11 IVIIVK Bros. Sflnlfos' Gr11111111tion - IQ.1.I Dear Class of UlQ.l.IH 3 4 3 1 PVP A'iI1l'f'l'l'lj7 flllllll' you for your 'Z'llllll'1l FQQR AN p11lron11g1f 111111 'zvislz you Il -very x111'1'1'xsf11l future. APPOINTNIENT From your plzotograplzfrx who 1'11joy1f1l PHONE 1c'or1'i11y with you. Yours truly, D11 L11 IYIIVA' Bros. -o.-QQqooQQo:::::::::::::::::::::1 De l.aVars Eros. Studios 132 Niicid e Ave. COver Loomis COQ Elyria, ,-Ill f1l1orogr11j1l1x in Ihix 11111111111 11'fr1f t11,l1f'11 by DP L11 IVIIVX Bros. One Hundred Tzventyfour LIFE BEGINS AT GIIIIIIUATIDII NOW' COMES THE TEST-HAVE YOU PREP.-XRED YOURSELF TO MEET THE OPPORTL'NlTiES AND OBLIG- ATIONS BEFORE YOU? 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Jllll r"" 'T ff H ,,,6?2L,cff vi Key to jficturcs on opposite page First Column at left: Picture l4Harry Clmplnaii, Art Stringer, George Innes, Picture 2 Tom Davis. glllary Metcalf, Virginia Simpson, Carol M arshall, Catherine Jiovanozzo. Picture 3' -Janitors Cliristnlau and Atkinson, Picture 4-In the lV0odw0rking Shop. Picture 5?'Cl0CklViSE starting with seated girl-Pat Davis, Nan French, Lois Meyer. Betty Beltz, Lois Deetz. Column 2 Picture 1-Miss Pmnuer and lioh Gorman in the oftice that t'ain't no more." Picture 221,011 Gihbens after a school dance. Picture 3-Ted Dowdell plus, bringing in the milk. Picture 4-Clarence Standen studying for a big test. Column 3 V Picture 1-Peg Lump, Gail Tufford, Carol Marshall. Picture Picture Pictu re Picture 4-A penny a day keeps Mr. Nlfood Z--Here's Dot. Miss Nan to you. 3fMrs. Carruthers. happy. 5-Big Bill Singleton goes to town. Rugby Rah! Rugby Rah! Rah! Rah! Rugby-The students are gay, happy and n a howl when Stewart Haw- thorue's around. Does he know how he looks in one of his entertaining moods? STEWART HAWTHORNE e Sederis Restaurant REGER P li BINNINGER eifiscr DIAMGNDS I DEPIQNDAISLE WATCHES 20-22 Century Building Phone 2472 .385 Broad Street One Hundred Ticcffztylzim' THE EYES OF RIEMORY LOOK BACKYVARD-ronfinued from page 55. tational Education fdivision of trade and industriesj authorized a vocational survey of Elyria. hir. H. D. Cook was appointed Director of Survey and bliss Dorothy Nau, his clerical assistant. The Elyria Biennual Exhibit was held May IO, 1940. on the first and third floors of the Technical Building. February 2I, 1940-Elyria's varsity basketball forces lost a 30-24 decision to Lorain's Steelmen at the Lorain High School gym. April 11, 1940-The class elected the following officers to serve one year: Phil Hofmann, President: Marian Roberts. Vice President: and Dick Meckley. Secretary. lllay 8, 1940-john Birch, William Hockaden, Phil Hofmann, Harry Koplin, VVayne Meinke, George Tulk, and Jeanne Wagimer were announced as recently chosen members of the National Honor Socity. SENIORS-1940-1941 The former assistant principal, Mr. J. D. Severs, began to work at his duties as principal in August, succeeding Mr. C. P. Shively who had served since 1924. The position of assistant principal was eliminatedg Mr. Howard Huston of the Commercial Department took over the discipline and attendance. Miss Elizabeth Brown, English teacher, was married during the summer and is living at East Liverpool, Ohio as Mrs. Matthew Curry. Miss Luella Eisenmann continued teaching French, but on account of marriage during the summer was called Mrs. Karl Brown. Mr. W. F. Von Brock of Galion, O., joined the teaching staff in September, 1940 as Band director. Miss DDorothy Hunt is the new commercial teacher. Mr. Don Prosser has replaced Mr. John Odgers as Counselor and Attendance officer. The Social Science Club has been established with Sid Gross as its first President. The library and H.S. Clerk's office have had new desks added for greater convenience. Nlr. Paul Tavlor, Science teacher. died in the summer of 1940. On Feb. IS Miss lVIarg:1ret Herold. left her duties in the principal's oF5ce to marry Mr. Richard Skeels. Miss Elizabeth Prunner, former high school clerk suc- ceeded her, Miss Dorothv Nau. '39, is employed now as the H.S. Clerk. Bowling has been added to the boys' sports activities this year. A choral composition was dedicated to Mr. Beck and the Elyria Senior A Cap- pella Choir by George F. Streckling, director of Cleveland Heights High School Choirs. L 1. 1. L Selected members of the Public Speaking Classes have taken over the reading of the Bible and the announcements during Home Room Period. flutogaaplw One Hundred Thirty IYLE EI IIB JAMES F. TITTLE, Jr. QUALITY CROCERIES, MEATS 2 111f 1 VEGETABLES FREE DELIVERY PHOMF 7702 The Y. M. C. A. 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