Elyria Public High School - Elyrian Yearbook (Elyria, OH)
- Class of 1949
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THE ELYRIAN STAFF
Marilyn Hyman, '49 Barbara. McDivitt, '49 Ruth Amato, '51
Nancy Brodbeck, '49 Pauline Burns, ex'50 Joan Hyman, '51
Marilyn Calkins, '49 Sue Helfrich, '50 Mary Jensen, '51
Phyllis Markel, '49 Sally Sayers, '50 Norma Bloom, '52
ELYRIA HIGH SCHOOL A
This Elyrian is dedicated to our Principal, Mr. Robert E. Wilson, who
came to us in September, 1948, with the Senior Class anticipating the lO'lst
Commencement ot the school in June 1949.
Mr. Wilson's genial thoughtfulness and understanding ways have been
gratefully appreciated by the students ot Elyria High School. Our heartiest
wishes tor success accompany him throughout his years at E. H. S.
The 100th class to graduate from Elyria High is pictured above as it appeared in
june 1948. The Reverend James Sivard, pastor of the First Methodist Church, is
standing at the microphone.
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MR. HAROLD H. EIBLING
Superintendent of the
Elyria Public Sclaodlr
Education is the most important means of developing good citizenship and a firm
belief in our American way of life. Our schools must endeavor to provide the finest
opportunities for personal development and democratic living. Curriculum, equipment
ngs must be adequate to meet the needs of the youth of our community. Every
effort must be d ' '
ma e to provide the best educational program that can be developed
with the resources that are available.
The city of Elyria is very fortunate in many ways. It has a great variety of good
industries. The citizens of our city are interested in education. Elyria has the linancial
ability to support a good program of education. The cooperation of pupils, parents,
and teachers will help solve many of our problems and build a school system that will
be in the top-flight of all schools in our country.
-H. H. E.
MR. BURTON OHLEMACHER
MR. WORTH FAUVER
MR. HOWARD GOLLMAR
DR. CHARLES E. GUTH
MR. PIERRE SMITH
MR. W. O. MCCLELLAN
Director of Houxing
PRINCIPAL ROBERT E. WILSON
The man or woman who experiences a well-balanced education finds the serenity
of the turtle, the security of earth, the confidence of a consistent winner, the humility
of a scholar, the warmth of a true Christian, and the understanding of one who has
--R. E. W.
Mxss JANE MASHINSKI
Secretary to the Principal
MR. GEORGE MIRABEN
The school seeks to serve fully and impartially every childg encouragement is given
toward fine cooperative eifortg pupils are taught to think clearly, independently and
with purpose to such a degree as to make them fit to participate in the life of their
community with understanding and satisfaction.
-G. B. M.
MRS. FLORENCE JONES
MR. GEORGE THoURoT, Dean of Boyf,
. . . counselling with Boyd Cameron
Miss MARIAN KEMBLE, Dean of Girly,
. . . in conference with Betsy MacDonald
Exchange Teacher Comes from Wales
MR. THOMAS EVANS
As one of the 112 exchange teachers from Great Bri-
tain this school year, Mr. Thomas Evans, Headmaster of
the County School at Cardigan, Wales is teaching history
and social problems in our school while Mr. E. Glenn
Baxter of the E. H. S. faculty is teaching in the Welsh
Mr. Evans has been energetic in several fields of ac-
tivity. He started an honours course in theology at St.
David's College in 1915, but volunteered for military
service during his first year there and saw two and one-
half years of active service in the Balkans. After de-
mobilization in 1919, he resumed studies at the Uni-
versity College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and received B.A.
and M.A. degrees there.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Economic Society, a Fel-
low of the Royal Historical Society, and a member of
the Royal Society of Teachers.
From 1924 to 1932 he was senior classics master and
master in charge of physical training at Queen's School,
He has been Headmaster of the County School at
Cardigan since 1932. He was Mayor of Cardigan in
1944 and 1945. He serves on the Bench of Magistrates
and on the Lord Chancellor's advisory committee on the
appointment of justices of the peace.
He has also served as chairman of the Cardigan and
county branches of the British Legion, member of the
county juvenile employment committee, member of the
Cardiganshire school's reorganization committee, mem-
ber of the Cardiganshire Territorial Association, mem-
ber of the Carcliganshire County cadet committee, sub
area investigator for the Nuffield College social recon-
struction survey, founder of the Cardigan Boys' Club,
and chairman of the Memorial Hall and Community
He is the author of "Background of Modern Welsh
Politics"g a contributor to the "Bibliography of Welsh
History" and "Makers of Modern Wales", and the writer
of "Rural Bias in Secondary Schools."
During World War II Mr. Evans as a Colonel in the
Reserves headed the Home Guard activities in Cardi-
At Elyria High he has taught classes in American His-
tory and in Social Problems.
In the northeastern part of Ohio he has responded to
almost 100 calls from Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions, American
Legion, P. T. A., Y. M. C. A., Y .W. C. A., and church
groups for addresses.
At vacation times he has travelled to the Pacific and
Southern states and will, he says, enjoy recalling expe-
riences in 35 of the 48 states.
He is especially appreciative of the courteous and kind-
ly treatment accorded him by Superintendent Eibling
and Principal Wilson, he says.
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THE HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER
All hail to thee, Elyria High
In tribute halt we now.
In reverence that's deep and true
Our loyal heads we bow.
For time can never more destroy
The light of mem'ry burning bright.
In days to come all thru the years,
You'll guide us by your light.
As forward to our goal we go
From scenes and pleasures rare,
Our lips must e'er their story tell
Our hearts fond mem'ries share.
And, tho the years roll on and on,
We hail to her with heart and hand.
As first our school rose in thegwest
S0 first she'll always stand.
Word! by Bernice Atkimon.
Hurrah for Elyria High School
For she's all right.
Keep the colors flying
Of the cherry and white.
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Show the other fellows
What we can do.
Hurrah for Elyria High School
For she'Il break through.
Remember Elyria High boys
When you have gone,
Out in the wide world
Many things have won.
Keep the red and white boys
Always in sight.
Hurrah for Elyria High School
For she's all right.
THE ELYRIA HIGH SCHOOL
OFFICERS - 1948-49
PRESIDENT - - EVBREIT WIESEKE
VICE-PRESIDENT - - ELEANOR BRANDAU
SECRETARY - LOUISE HENDRICKS Buss
TREASURER - - - - CARL SCHMITKONS
Every graduate automatically becomes a member when he receives his diploma.
Plan on seeing your classmates at the Annual Reunion.
Class of '49 . ..
Left to Right-Chuck Shaeffer, Vice Presidentg Elaine Mclntrye, Treasurerg Ann
Dunn, Secretaryg George Ligotke, President.
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JACK HENRY ABBEY, R. D. 2, Elyria, General,
Track 1, 2, Movies 1, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT DWIGHT ADAMS, 65 Riverside Homes,
General, Monitor 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT WILLIAM ALEXANDER, 149 Courtland
St., Manual Arts.
PATRICIA LOUISE ANDRESS, 432 Earl Ct., Gen-
eral, Elyrian 2, Oflicer Assistant 2, 3, 4, French Club
3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Friendship 4.
CAROLYN BERNICE ARNOLD, 16 West Ave.,
General, Crew 3, 4, Office Assistant 2, 3, 4, Slip Col-
lector 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club Secretary, Friend-
ship 1, 2, 3, 4.
ANDREW ROBERT ARVAY, 221 Beech Street,
General, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football I, 2,
3, 4, Track 3, Chorus 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Executive
Committee Varsity Vice President Jr. Choir.
KENNETH RALPH ATKINSON, 419 Cleveland
LAURA MAE BAILOR, R. D. 1, LaGrange, O., Gen-
eral, West Salem H. S. 2, 3, Jr. Booster Club 4, Y-
NANCY BAKER, 264 Roosevelt Ave., General, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3,
One Act Play 2, Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, Art Service 1,
Library Assistant 33 Movie Worker 3, 4, French Club
3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 2, 3, 4, Sen.
Y-Teen Formal Com., Sen. Color Com., Fr. Y-Teen,
Mem. At Large, Pres. French Club, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
JO-ANN BALLY, 305 E. Broad St., Commercial,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3,
Sr. A Cappella 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Office Asst. 4, jr.
Booster Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, Ath-
FREDERICK OWEN BAUER, 323 Dennison Ave.,
General, Sr. Thom. Mil. Academy 1, 2, Baseball, Basket-
EILEEN LUCILLE BAXTER, 336 Twelfth St., Gen-
eral, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley
Ball 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, Herald
1, 2, 4, Library Asst. 1, 2, Office Asst. 2, 3, Leaders' Club
3, 4, Pres. of Fr. Y-Teens, Sec. of Sr. Choir, Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4.
BOOTH MARKS BAZLEY, 130 E. Bridge St., Gen-
eral, Football 1, Track 2, Three Act Play 3, 4, One Act
Play 3, 4, Monitor 3, Office Asst. 4, H. R. Rep. 3, 4, Jr.
Booster Club 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Thespians 4, Varsity
3, 4, Annou. Com., Varsity Exec. Com., Pres.
H. R. Rep., Elyria Youth Council.
BETTY RUTH BEAL, 419 Elm St., General, French
Club 3, 4.
GERALD ALAN BEAUCHEMIN, 821 Lake Avenue,
Manual Arts, Track 1.
KATHERINE J. BETOUNES, 545 West Broad Street,
Commercial, Baseball 1, Volley Ball 1, Chorus 1, Mime-
ograph Worker 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY ANN BILLS, 426 Tenth Street, Classical,
Monitor 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4,
Friendship Cab. 1, 2, 3, Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM FRANK BILLINGS, 210 Harrison Ave-
nue, General, Hi-Y 2.
BETTY JANE BISBING, 405 Oxford Avenue, Com-
mercial, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley
Ball I, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Game 4, Office Assistant 4, H. R.
Rep. 2, Jr. Booster Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Sr.
Annou. Com., Friendship I, 2, 3, 4, Athletic "E" 8:
Guard, Stadium Usher 4.
ROY ARTHUR BIXBY, 263 Harwood Street, Man-
RUTH BLACKSTONE, 383 East Bridge St., General,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Game 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4:
Chorus 1, 2, Herald 4, Office Asst. 4, Photographer 1, 2,
3, French Club 3, H. R. Rep. I, Leaders' Group 3, 4,
Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4.
MOLLY BLAIR, 154 Stanford Avenue, General, Base-
ball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Volley Ball 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2,
Band 2, Art Service 3, 4, Library Asst. 1, 2, Jr. Booster
Club 4, Sr. Color Com., Friendship Cab. 4, Friendship
1, 2, 3, 4, Youth Council 4, Berea High School 1, 2.
CHARLES WALTER BOALS, 252 Third Street, Gen-
eral, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Herald 4, Art Service 1, 3, 4,
Monitor 3, jr. Booster Club 4, Varsity 3, Mgr. Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, Mgr. Baseball 1, 2, 3.
PATRICIA FRANCES BOWDEN, 953 E. River St.,
General, Baseball 1, Volleyball 1, 2, Senior Play, Ely-
rian 3, Library Asst. 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club
3, 4, Treas. Y-Teen 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES RICHARD BOEGGEMAN, 142 North-
rup St., General.
PHYLLIS ANN BRACKLEY, 178 Fairlawn Ave.,
General, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Office Asst. 3,
4, Latin Club 4.
THERESA MARIE BRATTOLI, 112 Eady Ct., Gen-
eral, Volleyball 2, Office Asst. 4, Latin Club 3, 4.'
DONNA MAE BRECKNOCK, 157 Longfellow St.,
General, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball
1, 2, A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Office Asst.
4, Leaders Group 4, Stamp Collector 2, Asst. Conductor
of Sr. Choir 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
JACK HENRY ABBEY
ROBERT DWIGHT ADAMS
ROBERT WILLIAM ALEXANDER
PATRICIA LOUISE ANDREss
CAROLYN BERNICE ARNOLD
ANDREW' ROBERT ARVAY
KENNETH RALPH ATKINSON
LAURA MAE BAILoR
NANCY JEAN BAKER
Jo ANN BALLY
FREDERICK OWEN BAUER
EILEEN LUCILLE BAXTER
BCOTH MARKS BAZLEY
BETTY RUTH BEAL
GERALD ALAN BEAUCHEMIN
SHIRLEY ANN BILLS
WILLIAM FRANK BILLINGS
BETTY JANE BISBING
ROY ARTHUR BIXBY
MAR JORIE RUTH BLACKSTONE
CHARLES WALTER BOALS
PATRICIA FRANCES BOWDEN
CHARLES RICHARD BOEGGEMAN
PHILLIS ANN BRACKLEY
THERBSA MARIE BRATTOLI
DONNA MAE BRECKNOCK
NANCY ANN BRODBECK
STANLEY LAWRENCE BUDNY
BERNARD RICHARD BYSYNSKI
MARILYN JOANNE CALKINS
NORMAN BURNELL CAMP
FRANCES CATHERINE CAMPAGNA
IMOGENE LENORA CARLSON
PATRICIA JEAN CARLSON
JACQUELIN ANN CARMEL
JACKELDINE MARY CASEY J
JOSEPH JAMES CEBULA
JUNE EVELYN CHAMBERS
NANCY ANN CLAYCOMB
DOROTHY IONE COOLEY A
AUDREY MAE COON
EILEEN ELEANORE COON
EDITH LOIS CORN
IAN ROBERT CRICHTON
DONALD LYLE CROSBY
WALTER LEE CROSS
ANTHONY JAMES CURCILLO
MARGARET ANN DAGES
ROBERT JOSEPH DANIELS
DWAIN EDWARD DAVIS
KIMITRI GEORGE DEMETRAL
MAGDALENE MARY DENES
MARTHA MARY DENES
THERESA SUSAN DENES
NANCY ANN BRODBECK, 230 Stanford Avenue,
General, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley-
ball l, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Elyrian 1, 4, Monitor 2,
Latin Club 2, Leaders' Group 4, Spanish Club 3, 4,
Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4, Friendship Cabinet 1, 2, All Star
Game 4, Athletic and Pin, Stad. Usher.
STANLEY LAWRENCE BUDNY, 166 Brandtson
Avenue, General, Hi-Y 1.
BERNARD RICHARD BYCYNSKI, 1025 Middle
Avenue, General, Chorus 1.
MARILYN JOANNE CALKINS, 1012 North Wash-
ington Blvd., General, Extempore Speaking 33 Sr. A
Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Elyrian 4, Monitor 3,
French Club 3, 4, Sr. Social Committee, Chairman Dec-
orating Committee fot Senior Prom, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
Tax Stamp Collector 4.
NORMAN BURNELL CAMP, 237 Hawthorne St.,
General, Track 3, Hi-Y 4.
FRANCES CATHERINE CAMPAGNA, 1422 Gulf
Rd., Commercial, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mimeogtaph Wk.
4, Friendship 4.
IMOGENE LENORA CARLSON, 500 W. Third St.,
General, Y-Teens 1,4.
PATRICIA JEAN CARLSON, 143 Cleveland St.,
Commercial, Volleyball 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
JACQUELIN ANN CARMEL, 144 Pasadena Ave.,
General, Band 1, 2, Mimeo. Wk. 4, H. R. Rep. 2, 3,
Latin Club 2, Stud. Cab. 4, Sen. Annou. Com. CCh7,
Sec. of Jr. Class, Sec. of H. R. Rep., Y-Teen President,
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4.
JACKELDINE MARY CASEY, 161 Spruce St., Gen-
eral, Orch. 1, 2, Libr. Ass. 3, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3.
JOSEPH JAMES CEBULA, 232 West River St., Gen-
eral, Photog. 3, 4.
JUNE EVELYN CHAMBERS, Ford Road, Rt. 35
General, Cho. 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4.
NANCY ANN CLAYCOMB, 124 Courtland St.,
General, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball
1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Herald 4, Monitor 2, 3, Off.
Assist. 4, H. R. Rep. 1, 2, Spanish Club 4.
DOROTHY IONE COOLEY, 333 Oberlin Rd., Gen-
eral, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Play
Crew 3, Cho. 1, Off. Assis. 4, Jr. Booster 4, Leaders'
Group 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, All-Star Game, Ticket
Chairman 3, Member-at-Large 1, Devotion Chairman 3,
Membership Chairman of Y-Teens 4.
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AUDREY MAE COON, 1390 East Ave., General,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 4, Athletic E, pin, and guard, All-Star Game 4, Art
Service 1, Off. Assis. 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, H. R. Rep.
2, jr. Booster 4, Latin Club 2, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Dis-
tinct. Day Program 3, H. R. Collector 4, Sec. Fr. Club 3,
Aedile, Latin Club 2, V. Pres. Y-Teen 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3,
4, Y-Teen Cab. 2, Stad. Usher 3, 4.
EILEEN ELEANORE COON, 236 Woodford Avenue,
Commercial, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball
1, 2, 35 Glee Club 2, Mimeo. Worker 4, Jr. Booster 4,
Y-Teen 1, 2.
EDITH LOIS CORN, 227 West River Rd., General,
Baseball 2, Basketball 2, H. R. Rep. 2, Sec. of F. R. O. E.,
H. R. Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, 3.
IAN ROBERT CRICHTON, 157 Harvard Avenue,
General, Lib. Assis. 3, Jr. Booster 4, Hi-Y 3, 4.
LYLE DONALD CROSBY, 122 Longford Avenue,
General, Jr. Booster 4, Hi-Y Sec.
WALTER LEE CROSS, 221 Oberlin Road, General,
Football 2, Track 2, A Cappella Choir 1, Glee Club 1,
Band 2, Orch. 1, Jr. Booster 1.
ANTHONY JAMES CURCILLO, 144 Clark St., Gen-
eral, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4,
Cho. 1, A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 4, Slip Collector 4, Jr.
Booster 4, Stu. Cab. 3, 4, Varsity E 3, 4, Writers Com.
for Assemblies 4, Chairman of Sr. Soc. Com. 4, Sr. Dis-
tinction Day Program 3, Sr. Soc. Com. Chairman, Treas.
Var. E. 3, Chairman Executive Com. for Var. E. 4, V.
Pres. Youth Council 3, Capt. Basketball, Co-Capt. Foot-
MARGARET ANN DAGES, 227 SpruceiSt., General,
Cho. 1, Monitor 3, 4.
ROBERT JOSEPH DANIELS, 321 Longford Ave.,
DWAIN EDWARD DAVIS, 651 East River St., Gen-
DIMITRI GEORGE DEMETRAL, 1117 West Ave.,
General, Baseball 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Chor-
us 1, Monitor 3, Movie Worker 3, 4, French Club 39 Jr,
MAGDALENE MARY DENES, 137 Elbe St., Com-
mercial, Chorus 1.
MARTHA MARY DENES, 137 Elbe St., General,
Chorus 1, Cafeteria Worker 1, Y-Teen 1.
THERESA SUSAN DENES, R. D. 1, LaGrange,
JAMES FREDERICK DENES, R, D. I, LaGrange5
ROBERT W. DENNISON, 220 Howe Street5 General.
MALCOLM MATTHEW DIEDERICK, 130 Rivet-
side Court5 Genera15 Track 35 Junior Booster Club 45
Spanish Club 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH HENRY DOBROWSKI, 1518 Middle Ave-
nue5 Scientific5 Baseball 45 Basketball 15 H. R. Repre-
sentative l5 Junior Booster Club 4.
ANN GERTRUDE DUNN, 133 Lafayette St.5 Gen-
eral5 Baseball 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball
1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 3,45 Crew 3,45 Chorus 15 Herald 1, 25
Library Assistant 15 Monitor 25 Office Assistant 3, 45
H. R. Representative 3, 45 Junior Booster Club 45 Lead-
ers' Group 3, 45 Players' Club 45 Student Cabinet 45 Ring
Conimittee5 Y-teen Cabinet 2, 3, 45 Secretary Jr. Classg
Secretary Sr. Class5 Treasurer Soph. Y-teens5 Athletic
JOAN LOUISE ENSIGN, R. F. D. 2, Elyria5 General5
Library Assistant 1, 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Friendship
1, 2, 3.
CHARLES RICHARD ESCHTRUTH, R. D. 3, Elyriag
Generalg A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Band
2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Monitor 1.
BERNARD CHARLES EVENCHIK, 316 Oxford
Avenue5 General5 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Three Act Play 35
A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Movie Worker 35
Junior Booster Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Varsity "E" 3, 45
Color Committee5 Treasurer-Senior Hi-Y5 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
JACK J. FALKENHOF, 246 Howe Street5 General.
JAMES FAWCETT, 1045 Gulf Road5 Commercial5
Chorus 15 Herald 15 Library Asst. 15 Jr. Booster Club 15
Projectionists' Club 25 Physics Laboratory Technician.
JAMES ROBERT FICHTEI., 312 East Broad St.5 Gen-
eralg Band 2, 35 Basketball 2.
JEANNE MARIE FILO, 318 Fifth Streetg Genetalg
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 2, 35 H. R. Rep. 1, 25
Jr. Booster Club 45 Spanish-Club 3, 45 Student Cabinet
1, 2, 3, 45 Social Committee5 Jr. Class Ring Commg
Friendship Cab. 15 Treasurer Student Cabinet5 Athletic
Friendship 1, 2, 3, 45 Tax Stamp Collecter 3.
PATRICIA GEAN FINNELL, 326 East River St.5
GeneraI5 Basketball 25 Volleyball 15 A Cappella Choir
3, 45 Chorus 15 Glee Club 25 Monitor 25 Jr. Booster
Club 45 Cafeteria Asst. 1, 2, 3, 45 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4.
LAURA DELORES FISHER, 109 West Streetg Gen-
eral5 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Glee Club 25 Jr. Booster Club 45
Leaders' Group 45 Spanish Club 45 Vice President Y-Ser
Teensg Program Chairman Y-Ser Teens5 Friendship 1, 2,
3, 45 Y-Ser Teens 2, 3, 4.
RUTH ELEANORE FITCH, 5605 Elyria Ave., Gen- I
LINDA KAY FITZGERALD, 349 Denison Ave.5
General5 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 45 Crew 2, 35 French Club 3, 45 Friendship 1, 2,
3, 45 Friendship Cabinet 4.
ROBERT LYNN FITZPATRICK, 139 Bellfield Ave.5
Generalg Hi-Y 1, 2.
MARGARET ANN FRANCE, 941 Gulf Road5 Gen-
eral5 A Cappella Choirs 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2.
LESTER THOMAS FREEMAN, 394 Columbus St.5 1
Genetalg Basketball 15 A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1
LOIS MARIE FULLMER, 1620 Grafton R0ad5 Gen- I
eral5 Volleyball 1, 25 Crew 45 A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 45
DONALD GENE FULTON, 158 S. Abbe Road5
HOWARD EDWARD GARD, 308 Broad Street5
Generalg Track 45 A Cappella Choirs 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25
ALAN LEWIS GASTON, 138 Longfellow St.5 Scien- 4
tificg Track 2, 33 Cheerleader 2, 35 Band 1, 25 Junior
Booster Club 45 Monitor 3, 45 Student Cabinet 45 Gift
Cornmitteeg Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. t
CLAYTON DUKE GATCHELL, 261 E. 16th Streetg i
Generalg Football 1, 2, 45 Track 1, 2, 45 H. R. Repre- I
sentatives 45 Jr. Booster Club 45 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35
Varsity "E" 25 Jr. Booster Club President.
LUCILLE ELLEN GATENS, 162 Lafayette St.5 Gen- l
eralg Volleyball 1, 25 A Cappella Choirs 1, 2. '
EDWARD GEORGE GEDRIDGE, 169 Fairlawn
Ave.5 Generalg A Cappella Choirs 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 Jr.
Booster Club 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.
RAYMOND RICHARD GEHL, 890 Beatz Court, R.
D. 2, Lorain5 GeneraI5 Senior Play5 Three Act Play 2, 45
One Act Play 25 Announcer 35 Student Cabinet 3, 45
Thespians 45 Varsity "E" 3, 45 Junior Class President:
President Student Cabinet 45 President Players Club 35
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
JANE GENTZEL, 1003 Gulf Roadg Generalg Base-
ball l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45
Athletic and pin 3, 45 Guard 45 Tennis 35 One Act
Play 35 Crew 3, 45 Senior Play 45 A Cappella Choirs 2,
3, 45 Chorus 15 Office Assistant 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45
Players' Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Thespians 45 Jun-
ior's planning committee for Senior Distinction Day5 Sr.
Class Home Room Collector5 President Latin Club 35 Sec.
Y-Teen 15 Vice Pres. Y-Teen 45 Sec. Thespians 45 Tax
Stamp Collector 2, 35 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Cabinet
1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES FREDERICK DENES
ROBERT W. DENNISON
MALCOLM MATFHEXV DIEDRICK
JOSEPH HENRY DOBROWSKI
ANN GERTRUDE DUNN
JOAN LOUISE ENSIGN
CHARLES RICHARD ESCHTRUTH
BERNARD CHARLES EVENCHIK
JACK FALKENHOF -
JAMES JACKSON FAWCETT
JAMES ROBERT FICHTEL
JEAN MARIE FILO
PATRICIA JEAN FINNELL
LAURA DELORES FISHER
RUTH ELEANORE FITCH
LINDA KAY FITZGERALD
ROBERT LYNN FITZPATRICK
MARGARET ANN FRANCE
LOIS MARIE FULLMER
DONALD GENE FULTON
HOWARD EDWARD GARD
ALAN LEXVIS GASTON
LUCILLE ELLEN GATENS
EDWARD GEORGE GEDRIDGE
RAYMOND RICHARD GEHL
PATRICIA LOUISE GIBBENS
JOHN ROBERT GILL
GERALD MCCELLEN GIVEN
PHYLLIS JEAN GIVENS
KATHRYN ANN GLOVER
TYLER DALE GOODMAN
STEVEN GEORGE GORBICS
GERALDINE ELIZABETH GORHAM
KENNETH EUGENE GREBER
RICHARD OLIVER GRIBBEN
RONALD JAMES GUSKY
SHIRLIANNE MARIE GUTH
PHILIP EDWARD HAHN
JOSEPH PAUL HALL
DONNA LUELLA HAMBLY
MOSES FREDERICK HAMMONS
WILLIAM WALTER HAND
ROBERT DALE HAROLD
BARBARA ANN HARRISON
BEVERLY ANN HARTMAN
NANCY ANN HAWK
EARL ELLSWORTH HAWKINS
EUGENE JOHN HENES
JACQUELINE LEE HENRY
ROBERT JOHN HOGAN
ROGER ELLIS HOGAN
PHYLLIS RAE HOLLIDAY
PATRICIA LOUISE GIBBENS, 201 Hawthorne Ave.,
General, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Crew 3, Jr. Sr. A Cappella Choirs 2-4,
Glee Clubelg Monitor 3, French Club 3, 4, Leader's
Group 3, 4, Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior play crew,
Athletic E 3, and pin 4.
JOHN ROBERT GILL, 286 Griswold Rd., General.
GERALD MC CLELLAN GIVEN, 623 Gulf Road,
General, Basketball 1, Football 1, Track 1, Cheerleader
4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, Jr. Booster
Club, 4, Spanish Club 4, Treas. Youth Council, Hi-Y 1,
H. R. Stamp Collector 1, Senior Play, Distinction Day
PHYLLIS' JEAN GIVENS, 330 East River, General,
Baseball 2, Movie worker 4, Y-Teens 3, 4.
KATHRYN ANN GLOVER, 999 Reeves Rd., Gen-
eral, Sandusky High 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Library
Asst. 4, French Club 3, 4, Flower Com. Senior Class,
Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus 1-2.
TYLER DALE GOODMAN, 119 Homesite Ct., Gen-
eral, Football 1.
STEVEN GEORGE GORBICS, 715 West River St.,
Scientific, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, One Act Play 3, 4, A Cap-
pella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Rep. 2, Jr. Booster 4, Lat.
Club 1, 2, Varsity "E" 4, Chairman Sr. Class Flower
Com., Pres. Sr. Hi-Y 4, Hi-Y 3, 4.
GERALDINE ELIZABETH GORHAM, 204 Fuller-
ton Rd., General, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Volley-
ball 1, 2, A Gap. Choir 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Movie
worker 3, Span. Club 3, 4, Friendship 1, 2, 3, Cafe.
worker 1, 2, 3,
KENNETH EUGENE GREBER, 161 Clark St., Man-
ual Arts, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track l,
Slip Collector 4, H. R. Rep. 1, Jr. Booster 4, Varsity
RICHARD OLIVER GRIBBEN, 339 Gulf Road,
RONALD JAMES GUSKY, 2014 Lake Ave., Manual
Arts, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 2, Jr. Booster 4, Lake
Erie League Band 3, 4, Manager of Band 3.
SHIRLIANNE MARIE GUTH, 153 Harvard Ave.,
General, Athletic E 2, Pin and Guard 3, 4, Baseball 1,
2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis
3, 4, All-Stars Mono. 1, Sen. Class Play 4, Three Act
Play 4,.One Act Play 4, Crew 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, A
Cap. Choir 2, 3, 4, String Ensemble Soloist 3, 4, Herald
1, Lib. Asst. 1, 2, Monitor 3, 4, Photographer 4, Movie
Worker 3, 4, French Club 3, Jr. Booster 4, H. R. Rep. 3,
Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Distinction Day,
Girls, Rep. Leaders' Group, Head Music Com., Sec.
Friendship 2, Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4, Cab, 1, 2, 3, 43
Stadium Usher 4.
PHILIP EDWARD HAHN, 8.34 East Ave., General,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, Varsity
"B" 3, 4.
JOSEPH PAUL HALL, R. D. 1, Commercial, Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Monitor 4, Varsity "E" 4.
DONNA LUELLA HAMBLY, 364 49th St., Elyria,
General, Mimeo. worker 4, Lat. Club 2, Friendship 3, 4.
MOSES FREDERICK HAMMONS, 402 Fuller Rd.,
General, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, A Cap. Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, Jr. Booster 4, Varsity 3, 4,
Sr. Ring Com., Sr. Gift Com., Pres. Jr. Choir, V. Pres.
Sr. Choir, Pres. Youth Coun.
WILLIAM WALTER HAND, 320 Park Ave., Scien-
tific, Three Act Play 3, One Act Play 3: Crew 1, 3, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Photographer l, 2, Players' Club 3, 4, Treas.
Jr. Class., Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT DALE HAROLD, 63616 Lodi St., General,
Monitor 3, F. R. O. E. 4.
BARBARA ANN HARRISON, 108 Grant St., Gen-
eral, Chorus 1, Movie Worker 3, 4, Get. Club 4, Friend-
ship 3, 4.
BEVERLY HARTMAN, 901 Park Ave., General,
Lehman High, Canton, O., 1, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Sr. Play 4,
Announcer 4, Jr. Booster 4, Lat. Club 2, 3, 4, Leaders'
Group 3, 4, Sr. Class Gift Com., Pres. Sr. Friendship,
Sec,-Treas. Leaders' Group, Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4, Friend-
ship Cab 3, 4, Basketball All-Star 2, 3, Athletic
Crew 3, 4, All Star Game.
NANCY ANN HAWK, 215 West Ave., General,
Baseball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, A Cap.
Choir 4, Glee Club 3, Chorus 2, Movie Worker 1, 2, 3,
4, H. R. Rep. 1, Lat. Club 2, Span. Club 4, Friendship
1, 2, 3, 4, Tax Stamp Col. 1, Athletic 3.
EARL ELLSWORTH HAWKINS, 706 East River St.,
General, Basketball 3, A Cap. Choir 3, Glee Club 2,
Hi-Y 1, 2. A
EUGENE JOHN I-IENES, 453 Bell Ave., General,
Monitor 3. -
JACQUELINE LEE HENRY, R. D. 2, Hall Rd., Gen-
eral, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, 3, Jr. Booster 4.
ELIZABETH MARGARET HESS, 150 Columbia
Ave., Scientific, Three Act Play 3, Crew 3, A Cap. Choir
3, Glee Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
Stu. Cab. 2, Friendship 4, Howland High School 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT JOHN HOGAN, 331 Dennison Ave., Gen-
ROGER ELLIS HOGAN, 2005 Lake Ave., General'
Flower Com. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
PHYLLIS RAE HOLLIDAY, 181 Longfellow Ave.,
General, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Herald 4, Span.
Club 4, Crew of Play, Pres. Span. Club, Lib. of Band'
Friendship 1, 2.
JOANN THELMA HoLL1s, R. D. 3, Elyriag Gen-
eral5 Orch. 1, 2, 3, 45 Friendship 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM HOLT, 1349 East Avenue5 Comrnercial5
Three Act Play 35 A Cappella Choir 25 Glee Club 15
Herald 35 Player's Club 3, 45 Bus. Mgr. of Herald 3.
BEATRICE BERNICE HORNER, 515 Dewey Ave-
nueg General5 Movie Worker 3.
ALEX VICTOR HORVATH, 521 Dewey Avenue5
WILLIAM ELTON HYER, R. D. 25 GCHCYSIQ Dele-
gate to Columbus5 Member of F. R. O. E.
MARILYN GAY HYMAN, 1101 Park Avenue5 Gen-
eral5 Chorus 1, 25 Glee Club 3, 45 Elyrian 3, 45 H. R.
Represent. 25 Spanish Club 45 Editor of Elyrian 45 H. R.
Tax Collector 25 Friendship 1, 45 Distinction Day 3.
NORMAN RUDOLPH INGOLD, R. D. 25 General.
AUDREY ELAINE IVES, S10 West Avenue5 Gen-
eralg Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4.
DONALD ROBERT JACOBS, 553 Third Street5 Gen-
WANDA JEAN JACOBS, R. D. 2, Hall Roadg Gen-
eralg Baseball 25 Basketball 15 Volleyball 25 Mimeo.
Worker 45 H. R. Represent. 35 Latin Club 25 Leaders'
Group 3, 4.
JEAN CAROL JENSEN, 252 Samual Street5 Gen-
eralg Glee Club 1, 25 Orchestra 15 Spanish Club 1.
LAWRENCE JOHN JEZEWSKI, 238 Wooster Street5
RICHARD ALLEN JOHNS, 803 West River5 Scien-
tificg Football 1, 35 Track 1, 35 A Cappella Choir 3, 45
Chorus I, 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA MAY JONES, 322 West Street5 Generali
Volleyball 25 Chorus 1.
JAMES RAY JORDAN, 237 Oxford Ave.5 General5
Basketball 25 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 45 Monitor 35 Jr.
Booster Club 45 Pres. of Band 45 Hi-Y 1, 2.
EDWARD DUDLEY KAYLOR, 125 Williams St.5
General5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Booster Club 45 Varsity
MARTHA HOLLACE KEECH, 962 Gulf Rd.5 Gen-
eral5 Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Volleyball 1, 25 Three
Act Play 1, 3, 45 One Act Play 2, 3, 45 Announcer 45
Office Assis. 3, 45 Movie Worker 2, 3, 45 French Club
3, 45 H. R. Represent. 1, 25 Latin Club 3, 45 Players'
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 45 Ring Committee 35 An-
nouncement Comm. 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
DONALD GENE KELLER, 333 Griswold Rd.5 Gen-
eral5 Basketball 2.
DAVID WILLIAM KELLY, 133 Columbia Ave.5
General5 Football 2, 3, 45 Varsity 45 Slip Collector
45 Sr. Dist. Day Comm. 4.
NANCY JEAN KIELY, 150 Northrup Streetg Com-
mercialg Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
MOIRA PATTERSON KIRKPATRICK, 115 Eliza-
beth St.5 General5 Baseball 1, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Leaders' Group 45 Crew 15 A Cap-
pella Choir 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Library Assist. 45 Moni-
tor 35 Tax Stamp Coll. 45 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4.
GILBERT RAY KLEEBY, 1601 Grafton Rd.5 Gener-
alg Chorus 1.
STANLEY ANDREW KLESTA, Grafton Road5 Gen-
eral5 Track 15 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Jr.
Booster Club 45 H. R. Collector.
MARJORIE Z. KNIGHT, 517 Gulf,Road5 Generalg
Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Office Assist. 45 French
Club 3, 45 H. R. Represent. 45 Jr. Booster Club 45 Sr.
Distinction Day 35 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 45 Youth Council
JACK GILBERT KNIPPER, Stop 654 Lake Ave.5
SUE CLAIRE KOLEK, 125 Quincy St.5 Cornmercialg
Mimeo. Worker 45 Office Assist. 3, 45 Movie Worker
1, 25 Jr. Booster 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 4.
BARBARA JEAN KOLOPOS, 112 Stanford Ave.5
General5 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1-45 Volleyball
1-45 Cheerleader 45 Jr. Booster Club 45 Sr. Social Comm.
45 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4.
JACK LAWRENCE KOSTYO, 238 Foster Ave.5
Scientific5 Crew 45 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Monitor
3, 45 Photographer 2, 3, 45 H. R. Represent. 35 Latin
Club 25 Announcement Comm, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
JOANN THELMA HOLLIS
WILLIAM HOOVER HOLT
BEATRICB BERNICE I-IORNER
ALEX VICTOR HORVATH
WILLIAM ELTON HYER
MARILYN GAY HYMAN
NORMAN RUDOLPH INGOLD
AUDREY ELAINE IvEs
DONALD ROBERT JACOBS
WANDA JEAN JACOBS
JEAN CAROL JENSEN
LAWRENCE JOHN JEZEWSKI
RICHARD ALLEN JOHNS
BARBARA MAY JONES
JAMES RAY JORDAN
EDWARD DUDLEY KAYLOR
MARTHA HOLLACE KEECH
DONALD GENE KELLER
DAVID WILLIAM KELLY
NANCY JEAN KIELY
MOIRA PATTERSON KIRKPATRICK
GILBERT RAY KLEEBY
STANLEY ANDRW KLESTA
MAR JORIE ZILLAI-I KNIGHT
JACK GILBERT KNIPPER
SUSAN CLAIRE KOLEK
BARBARA JEAN KOLOPUS
JACK LAWRENCE KOSTYO
LEONA KOTAI, 1919 Middle Ave.3 Commercial3
Baseball 1, 2, 33 Property Crew 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23
Art Service 1, 2.
CHARMAINE KRANYAK, 231 Princeton Ave.3
GCHCIGIQ Senior Class Playg Crew 1, 2, 3, 43 A Cappella
Choirs 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 33 Herald 1, 23 Office Asst. 43
Latin Club 43 Players' Club 43 Latin Club Treas. 43
Friendship Cab. 1, 2, 3, 43 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 43 String
Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4. A
JOAN MARIE KRESPACH, 1924 Grafton Rd.3 Gen-
eral3 Athletic E, Pin, GU3IdQ Girls All-Star Game 43 Of-
fice Asst.3 Movie Worker 23 Latin Club 23 Leaders' Group
3, 43 Distinction Day Chairman3 Pres. Leaders' Group 43
Point Chairman 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Youth Council 43
Stadium Usher 3, 4.
BEVERLY KRUECK, 711 Foster Ave.3 GEDCIHIQ A
Cappella Choir 33 Glee Club 1, 23 Latin Club 3, 43 Y-
Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Youth Council 4.
ROSEMARY KUREK, R. D. 2, W. State St.3 Gen-
eral3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 43 Athletic E, Pin3 A Cappella Choir 43 Chorus
1, 23 Glee Club 33 H. R. Rep. 13 Leaders' Group 43
Y-Teen Cab. 1, 2, 3, 43 Youth Council 3, 43 Y-Teen
1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play.
JAMES RONALD LEAR, 429 Abbe Road3 General3
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2,
3, 43 Herald 33 German Club 3, 43 Varsity "E 2, 3, 4.
VIRGINIA PEARL LEININGER, 423 Kenyon Ave.3
ALEX JOSEPH LEKO, 140 Beverly Ct.3 General3
Football 3, 4g Monitor 4.
WILLIAM HAROLD LEONARD, 142 Pasadena Ave.3
General3 Baseball 13 Football 1.
CARMELLA COLETTA LEUZZI, 345 Eighth St.3
General3 Band 3, 43 Monitor 33 Spanish Club 43 Y-Teens
I, 2, 3, 4.
MARY LOUISE LIGHTFOOT, 313 E. River St.3 Gen-
eral3 Three Act Play 3, 43 Announcer 43 Extemp. Sq. 2,
3, 43 Speak. Bureau 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Orch.
3, 43 Monitor 33 Office Asst. 33 French Club 3, 43 Ger-
man Club 43 H. R. Rep. 23 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Players'
Club 3, 43 Thespians, String Ensemble 43 Youth Coun-
cil 33 Friendship 1.
GEORGE WERNER LIGOTKE, 201 Brandston Ave.3
Scientific3 Pres. Senior Classg Tennis 2, 3, 43 Three Act
Play 33 Crew 1, 23 Announcer 4g A Cappella Choir 2, 3,
43 Glee Club 13 Monitor 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 H. R.
Rep. 43 Latin Club 23 Players' Club 2, 3, 43 Student
Cab. 43 Thespians 43 Varsity 3, 43 Treas. Sr. A Cap-
pella 43 Pres. German Club 43 Buckeye Boys' State3 Hi-Y.
WILLIAM PARK LILLEY, 207 Stanford Ave.3 Classi-
cal3 Baseball 43 Basketball 1, 2, 31 Track 13 Crew 13 Glee
Club 1, 23 H. R. Rep. 23 Jr. Booster 3, 4s Distinction
Play 33 Hi-Y Treasurer 13 Hi-Y 1. '
FREDRICK WILLIAM LOHNES, 316 Columbia
Ave.3 General3 Crew 33 A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 43 Glee
Club 13 Monitor 4g Projection Club 2.
ANTOINEETE MARIE LUPPINO, 612 Lodi Streetg
Commercial3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Crew 2, 4g Glee Club 1, 23 Elyrian
33 Mimeo. Worker 43 Monitor 33 Office Asst. 4g Jr.
Booster 4s Leaders' Group 3, 43 Leaders Council Y-Teen
43 Jr. Y-Teen Rep. to Bowling Green 33 Vice-Pres. Jr.
Y-Teens 33 Usher home football games 43 Athletic
Pin and Guard3 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY GRACE MAIORCA, 412 W. Eleventh St.3
Commercial3 Pin, Guard, and E 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 All-Star Game
43 Glee Club 13 Office Asst. 3, 43 Leaders' Group 3, 43
Spanish Club 3, 43 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 43 Stadium Usher
3, 43 Buckeye Girls' State. 3
DELLA ANN MALANOWSKI, 428 W. 12th St.3
Commercial3 E, Pin, Guard 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 All-Star Game
43 Monitor 33 Office Asst. 43 German Club 43 Jr. Boos-
ter 43 Leaders' Group 3, 43 Leaders' Council Y-Teens 3:
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Cafeteria Wk. 13 Stadium Usher 3, 4.
WILLIAM THOMAS MATHEWSON, 203 Erie St.3
General3 Track 3: Jr. Booster 43 Distinction Com. 4.
BETSY ANN MacDONALD, Indian Hollow Rd.3
Scientificg Three Act Play 33 Crew 3, 43 Extempore Speak.
3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Band 3, 43 Orchestral, 2, 3, 43
Office Asst. 33 Players' Club3 Thespians 43 Sr. Col. Tax
Stamp Collector 33 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4.
PHYLLIS ANN MARKEL, 363 Hawthorne St.3 Gen-
eral3 Baseball 13 Volleyball 13 Crew 23 Elyrian 43 Herald
13 Library Asst. 1, 23 Monitor 43 Office Asst. 3, 43 French
Club 33 jr. Booster 43 Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4.
WAYNE ROBERT McCLUNE, 140 Clinton Ave.:
GCHCIRIQ Basketball 13 Art Service 43 Monitor 33 Jr. Boos-
ter Club 43 Dist. Pro. 3.
ELINOR MCCORD, 418 W. Eighth St.3 General3
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Art Service 43 French 33 Jr. Booster
33 Span. Club 2, 33 Tax Stamp worker.
BARBARA ANN McDIVI'I'1', 215 Cleveland St.3
General3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Vol-
leyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Elyrian 3, 43 Monitor 33 H. R. Rep. 33
Jr. Booster 43 Lat. Club 23 Leaders' Group 3, 43 Chair-
man Color Com.3 Cafe. Worker 1, 23 Friendship Cab 23
Friendship 1, 2, 3, 43 Stadium Usher 4.
JEANNE ELLEN MCDIVITT, 234 West Bridge St.3
General3 A Cap. Choir 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Band 43 Lib.
Asst. 33 Office Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4g French Club 33 Jr. Booster
43 Dist. Day 33 Del. of Youth Coun.3 Friendship 43 Tal-
lied Tax Stamps.
ELEANOR LEONA MCDONALD, R. D. 3, Telegraph
Rd.3 General3 Baseball 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2g Volleyball
1, 23 A Cap. Choir 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 33
Jr. Booster 43 Stamp Collector 1, 23 Friendship 1, 2, 3.
DONALD JACK MCGINLEY, 110 Hamilton St.3
Scientificg Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 23 A Cap. Choir3
H. R. Rep.3 Student Cab.3 Varsity "E"3 Dist. DKYQ Treas.
Student Cab.3 V. Pres. 23 Hi-Y.
IONA ELAINE MCINTYRE, 1183 East River Rd.3
GCHCIHIQ E 8: Ping Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3,
43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 All-Star 43 A. Cap. Choir 33
Glee Club 1, 23 Monitor 23 Office Asst. 3, 43 jr. Booster
43 Leaders Group 3, 43 Stu. Cab. 43 jr. Ring Com.3 Dist.
Day3 Sr. Treas.3 Sr. Friendship Sec.
ALAN ROBERT MCMAN, 148 Courtland St.3 Gen-
eral3 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Office Asst.
33 Fr. Booster 43 Span. Club 43 Dist. Day 33 Hi-Y 1, 23
V. Pres. 2. -
CHARMAINE JOAN KRANYAK
JOAN MARIE KRESPACH
BEVERLY ANN KRUECK
JAMES RONALD LEAR
VIRGINIA PEARL LEININGER
ALEX JOSEPH LEKO
WILI.IAM HAROLD LEONARD
CARMELLA COLLETTA LEUZZI
MARY LOUISE LIGHTFOOT
GEORGE WERNER LIGOTKB
WILLIAM PARK LILLEY
FREDERICK WILLIAM LOI-INEs
ANTOINETTE MARIE LUPPINO
MARY GRACE MAIORCA
DELLA ANN MALANOWSKI
THOMAS WILLIAM MATI-IEWSON
ELIZABETH ANN MACDONALD
PI-IYLLIs ANN MARKEL
WAYNE ROBERT MCCLUNE
BARBARA ANN MCDIVITT
JEAN ELLEN MCDIVITT
ELEANOR LEONA MCDONALD
DONALD JACK MCGINLEY
IONA ELAINE MCINIRYE
ALAN ROBERT MCMAN.
GEORGE CHARLES MEKKER, 2410 Grafton Rd.,
General, Basketball 1, 2, Movie Worker 3, Jr. Booster 4.
WILLIAM TED MEEKER, 419 Tenth St., General,
Track 3, 4, Jr. Booster 4.
BARBARA LEE MENCLEWICZ, 135 Cascade St.,
JANICE ELLEN MEREDITH, 327 Hawthorne St.,
General, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Dramatic
Crew 3, 4, Sr. A Cappella Choir, Jr. Booster 4, Latin
Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary Latin Club 4.
THOMAS VINCENT MESZES, R. D. I, Amherst,
MARY LOUISE MILLER, 1805 Grafton Rd., Gen-
eral, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3,
4, Glee Club 1, 2, H. R. Representative 2, Leaders'
Group 4, Spanish Club 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
Cabinet 1, 2, Distinction Day Program 3.
BLANCHE ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY, 1367
East Ave., Commercial, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2,
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, Office Assistant 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Ath-
letic E, Stadium Usher, Committee Chairman Girls' All-
MARY EILEEN MOORE, 701176 West River St.,
WILLIAM JAMES MUNGER, 1009 Gulf Rd., Gen-
eral, Dramatic Crew 4, Office Assistant 3, Jr. Booster 4,
Hi-Y 4, Vice Pres. Hi-Y 4, Medina High School 1, 2.
EDWARD HARRY MURPHY, 30 Artemas Ct., Sci-
PATRICIA IRENE MURPHY, 1199 East River, Gen-
eral, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Elyrian 2, Spanish 1, 2,
Alumni Choir 4, Tax Stamps 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria 2, 3.
GLENN CURTISS NEAD, 247 Abbe Rd., General,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Monitor 3, Jr. Booster 4,
Projectionists' Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY ANN NEESON, 533 West Third St., Gen-
MARYRUTH NITCH, 1836 Grafton Rd., General,
Volleyball 1, Latin Club 3, Treasurer of F.R.O.E. 4,
LILLIAN BERNADINE NOSTER, 128 Hazel St.,
Commercial, Baseball 1, Volleyball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2,
Library Assistant 4, Monitor 3.
BARBARA ANN O'BRIEN, 239 Princeton Ave.,
General, Volleyball 1, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, Office As-
sistant 3, Y-Teens 1.
MARY JEAN O'CONNOR, 222 Fifth St., General,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baskebtall 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 4, Crew 1, Elyrian 4, Monitor 3, Office Assistant 4,
Spanish Club 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
DALE EDWARD ODY, 509 Woodland Ave., Gen-
ELEANOR ELSIE O'MILLION, 259 Spruce St., Gen-
eral, Volleyball I, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Assistant
4, French Club 3, 4, H. R. Representative 3, Tax Stamp
Collector 1, 4, Ensemble 4, Y-Teens 1.
JOHN ANTHONY OSEKA, 117 Franklin St., Man-
ual Arts, Track 4, Monitor 4.
HELEN JEANETTE PARKER, 208 George St., Gen-
eral, Library Asst. 2, 3.
ROBERT DALE PEIRCE, 253 Washington Ave.,
Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Three Act Play 3, Band
2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, H. R. Rep. 2, 3, 4,
Jr. Booster Club 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Senior I-Ii-Y,
Secretary, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT JAMES PETERS, 310 Sumner St., Manual
JERRY PHILIP PIETCH, 209 Gulf Road, Scientific,
Monitor 3, 4.
NANCY MAE PICKARD, R. D. 1, Elyria, General,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 3, 4, Office Asst. 4, Slip
Collector 4, Treasurer of the Orchestra 4, Concert Mis-
DAVE RALPH PLAS, 1398 East Ave., General, Foot-
ball 1, Track 2, Movie Worker 1.
JAMES THOMAS PLAS, R. D. 1, LaGrange, Gen-
DOROTHY ALICE PLATO, 432 West 13th St.,
Household Arts, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2.
GEORGE CHARLES MEKKER
WILLIAM TED MEEKER
BARBARA LEE MENCLEWICZ
JANICE ELLEN MEREDITH
THOMAS VINCENT MESZBS
MARY LOUISE MILLER
BLANCHE ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY
MARY EILEEN MOORE
WILLIAM JAMES MUNGER
EDWARD HARRY MURPHY
PATRICIA IRENE MURPHY
GLENN CURTISS NEAD
SHIRLEY ANN N EESON
LILLIAN BERNADINE NOSTER
BARBARA ANN O'BRlEN
MARY JEAN O'CONNOR
DALE EDWARD ODY
ELEANOR ELSIE O'MILLION
JOHN ANTHONY OSEKA
HELEN JEANETTE PARKER
ROBERT DALE PEIRCE
ROBERT JAMES PETERS
JERRY PHILIP PIETCH
NANCY MAE PICKARD
DAVID RALPH PLAS
JAMES THOMAS PLAS
DOROTHY ALICE PLATO
RALPH DEAN POLING
ELIZABETH BERTHA POPOVITS
JOSEPH ANTHONY PRONESTI
RICHARD ALLAN PYCRAFT
THOMAS RAYMOND RANDLES
JEAN MARIE REED
ELEANOR MAGDALINE REGLER
LAWRENCE WADE RESAR
BARBARA ANN RODGERS
BEVERLY JUNE RODGERS
RONALD FERDINAND ROSENAU
JOYCE L. RYAN
DELORES FLORENCE SAUER
JAMES LEWIS SAXON
JOAN NADINE SCHABER
MARX' JANE SCI-IIMKUS
PAUL ROBERT SCHROETER
DOROTHY ELIZABETH SCHUSTEIL
JOAN JOYCE SCOTT
ELSIE ABBEGAIL SCRIVENS
LAWRENCE LOUIS SELKA
CHARLES ALBERT SHAFFER
JANET Lois SHARRER'
JEAN ANN SHARRER
JAMES FRANKLIN SHEBBK
RICHARD LOUIS SHEDRON
HELEN ELIZABETH SHERWOOD
RALPH DEAN POLING, 914 Lake Ave., General,
ELIZABETH BERTHA POPOVITS, 329 East River
St., Commercial, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Cafe. Cashier 2, 3, 4.
MICHAEL POULOS, 715 East River St., General,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Football 1, 35 Monitor
3, Jr. Booster Club 3, 4, Varsity 4.
JOSEPH ANTHONY PRONESTI, 1826 West Ave.,
General, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Football 1, 2,
Monitor 3, Jr. Booster Club 3, 4, Varsity "E" 4.
RICHARD ALLAN PYCRAFT, 137 Clark St., Gen-
eral, Football 2, 3, 4.
THOMAS RAYMOND RANDLES, 417 E. Broad
JEAN MARIE REED, 162 Lafayette St., Commercial.
ELEANOR MAGDALEN REGLER, 107 West River
St., General, Volleyball 1, Chorus 1, Mimeogtaph room
3, Spanish Club 35 YsTeens 4. '
LAWRENCE WADE RESAR, 1435 East River St:
BARBARA ANN RODGERS, R. D. 2, Oberlin Rd.,
Commercial, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 2, Office Assistant 3, 4,
H. R. Representative 1, Leaders' Group 3, 4, H. R. Col-
lector, Vice President Leader's Group, Friendship 1-4,
Girls' Athletic Pin.
BEVERLY JUNE Roooaas, 418 W. 11th st., Com-
mercial, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, Jr. Boos-
ter Club 4.
RONALD FERDINAND ROSENAU, 235 Cornell
Ave., General, Football 1 and 2.
JOYCE L. RYAN, 239 Seventh St., General, Glee
Club 2: Cafe. Cashier 1, Basketball and Football Ticket
Seller 2, 3.
DELORES FLORENCE SAUER, 223 Huron St., Gen-
eral, Volleyball 1, Crew 33 Herald 3, 4, Jr. Booster Club
4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES LEWIS SAXON, 142 Cleveland St., Manual
JOAN NADINE SCHABER, Stop 12, Lake Ave., Gen-
eral, A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY JANE SCHIMKUS, 289 Bellfield Ave., Com-
mercial, Baseball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, Social Committee
for F. R. D. in D. E., Head of Social Committee for
F. R. D.
PAUL ROBERT SCHROETER, 1008 East Ave., Gen-
eral, Jr. Booster Club 4, Latin Club 2.
DOROTHY ELIZABETH SCHUSTER, Murray Ridge
Road, R. D. 3, Library Asst. 1, Mimeo. Worker 4, Office
Asst. 3, Jr. Booster Club 4.
JOAN JOYCE SCOTT, 615 West River St., General,
Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, Glee Club 2, Library Asst. 1,
Senior Class Flower Committee, Y-Ser Teens, President,
Y-Sers Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
ELSIE ABBEGAIL SCRIVENS, 509 East Broad St.,
General, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, A Cappella
Choir 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Jr. Booster Club.
LAWRENCE LOUIS SELKA, 220 Spruce St., Gen-
eral, Three Act Play 3, 4, One Act Play 1, 4, Crew 1, 2,
3, 4, Announcer 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, Herald 1,
Monitor 1, 2, 3, Slip Collector 2, French Club 3, 4, H. R.
Rep. 1, Jr. Booster Club 4, Players' Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Thespians 4, Arr Committee 4, President, Thespians,
Distinction Day 3, 4.
CHARLES ALBERT SHAFFER, 1116 East Ave., Gen-
eral, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Office Asst. 3, 4, German
Club 3, 4, H. R. Rep. 4, Executive Committee Senior
Class, Senior Class Vice President, Vice President, Ger-
man Club, Student Conductor, Senior A Cappella Choir,
President Sophomore Hi-Y, Vice-President Junior Hi-Y.
JANET LOIS SI-IARRER, 415 West Ninth St., Gen-
eral, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, Glee Club 3:
Herald 2, Monitor 3, Office Assistant 3, Junior Booster
Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic E and Pin. ,
JEAN ANN SHARRER, 415 West Ninth St., Com-
mercial, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2,
Junior A Cappella Choir 3, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, Li-
brary Assistant 1, 2, 3, Mimeo. Worker 4, Junior Boos-
ter Club 4, Gift Committee for Senior Class, Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens Cabinet 3.
JAMES FRANKLIN SHEBEK, 415 Cambridge Ave.,
General, German Club 3, 4, H. R. Rep. 3: Jr. Booster
Club 4, Proiectionists' Club 1, 2, 3. '
RICHARD LOUIS SHEDRON, R. D. 3, West River
Rd., General, Golf 3, Jr. Booster Club 4.
HELEN ELIZABETH SHERWOOD, R. D. 3, Elyria,
RICHARD EUGENE SHINDLER, 336 Ninth Street3
General3 Junior Booster Club 4.
SHIRLEY ANN SHRUBSOLE, 1281 East Avenueg
Cornmercial3 Mimeo. Worker 43 Monitor 4g Junior Boos-
ter Club 43 Friendship 1, 2.
ROBERT HENRY SIMON, 909 Gulf Rd.3 General3
Crew 2g A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 13 Hi-Y
ZELMA LOU SITTINGER, 1615 Lake Ave.3 General3
Office Assistant 43 Junior Booster Club 43 Spanish Club
GLEN EUGENE SLUSHER, 354 Kenyon Ave.3 Gen-
eralg Baseball 4, 63 Basketball 3, 43 Football 13 Junior
Booster Club 4.
JOANN MAE SMITH, R. D. 23 S. Middle Ave.3 Gen-
eral3 Volleyball 13 Crew 23 Herald 33 Librarian Assistant
33 Monitor 33 Junior Booster Club 43 Friendship 1-4.
BARBARA ANN SNYDER, R. D. 2, Telegraph Rd.3
General3 A Cappella Choirs 2-43 Monitor 2-33 French
Club 3-43 Junior Booster Club 43 Student Correction
Board 33 Leaders Council Y-Teen 43 Y-Teen 1-4.
MARJORIE ANN SNYDER, 224 Third St.3 General3
Three Act Play 43 One Act Play 13 Announcer 43 Glee
Club 1-23 Office Assistant 2-43 Sec. 43 Junior Booster
Club 43 Player's Club 2-43 Student Cabinet 2-33 Y-Teen
DONALD HENRY SOMMER, 711 Cleveland St.:
General3 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 43 Varsity "E" 43
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
WARREN CHARLES SOTHERDEN, 354 Oxford
Ave.3 General3 Three Act Play 33 A Cappella Choirs 3, 43
Chorus 1, 23 Monitor 4g H. R. Rep. 43 Jr. Booster Club
43 Players' Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Jr. Distinction Day
Com.3 Vice President Junior Class3 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES ALAN SPARKS, 1532 Grafton Rd.3 Gen-
eral3 Basketball 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 33 H. R. Rep. 13 Jr.
Booster Club 43 Spanish Club 43 Distinction Day Pro-
LESTER SPIKE, 460 W. Ninth St.3 Generalg Baseball
2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 23 Herald 43 H. R.
Rep. 23 Jr. Booster Club 43 Spanish Club 43 Varsity
3, 43 Boys' Distinction Day Committee 43 Distinction
Day Play 3.
JOAN MAE STANFORD, 127 Warren Ave.3 Gen-
eralg Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 43 Monitor 33 H. R. Rep. 33 Leaders' Group 43
Y-Teen 1-43 Athletic "E" Pin.
GERALDINE GERTRUDE STAUDER, 712 E. Broad
St.3 Generalg Crew 13 Office Assistant lg Senior Friend-
JOAN MARCIA STEELE, 323 Parmely Ave.3 Com-
mercial3 Basketball 2g Mirneograph W.3 Craft. Wk. 4g Jr.
Booster Club 3, 4.
ETHEL STEINBERG, 451 Earl Ct.3 General3 Crew 43
Announcer 43 Herald 3, 43 Office Assistant 3, 43 H. R.
Rep. 3, 4g Jr. Booster Club 43 Players' Club 43 Jr. Dis-
tinction Day Com. 33 Sr. Gift Com.3 Student Assembly
Com. 43 Editor of Herald Staff, 4g Sec. of Home Rm.
Rep. 43 Sr. Y-Teens, 43 Tax Stamp Collector 4.
FRANCES ROSLYN STILLWAUGH, 218 Seventh
St.3 Generalg Craft. Wkr. 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43
Y-Teen Cabinet I.
JAMES THOMPSON STONE, 223 Marseilles Ave.3
General3 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. U
VIRGINIA GRACE STONE, 244 East Seventh Street3
ROBERT JOHN STRINKA, 242 Woodford Ave.3
General3 Baseball 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Football I3 Moni-
tor 33 Junior Booster Club 43 Spanish Club 43 Student
Cabinet 2, 3.
ROBERT CONRAD STROM, 129 Princeton Ave.3
Scientific3 Three Act Play 3, 4g One Act Play 13 Crew 43
Announcer 43 Extempore Speaking 3, 43 Speakers' Bureau
3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Elyrian 23 Monitor 33 H. R. Repre-
sentative 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Players' Club 3, 43 Thespians
43 Vice President Players' Clubg Vice President Thes-
pians3 Secretary Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
DORCAS JANE STROUSE, 313 East Ave.3 Generalg
Delta High lg Volleyball 33 Movie Worker 3, 43 Span-
ish Club 3, 43 Treasurer Spanish Club 4.
ALLEN ARTHUR STRUCK, R. D. 2, Hall Rd.Q Scl-
entific3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 23 A Cappella
Choirs 1, 2, 33 Jr. Booster Club 43 Varsity 3, 4.
DAVID CHARLES TAYLOR, 50536 East Ave.3
Generalg Jr. Booster Club.
BEVERLY NADINE TELZEROW, 515 Woodland
Ave.3 General3 Baseball I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 All Star Basketball-Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 43 Monogram, Pin Guard3 Senior Play 43 Junior
Choir 33 Senior Choir 43 Chorus 13 G. Club 23 Jr. Boos-
ter Club 4g Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Leaders' Group 3, 43
Y-Teens Cabinetg Soc. Chairman3 Y-Teens 1, 43 Tax
Stamp Collector 43 Stadium Usher 3, 4.
MYRNA JEAN TELZEROW, 256 Spruce Street3
Commetcialg Baseball 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Volleyball
1, 2g Monitor 43 Jr. Booster Club 4.
DONALD EDWARD THOMPSON, 905 East Ave.3
Generalg Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Crew 13 Monitor 33 Jr.
Booster Club 43 P. A. Control Operator.
DONNA RAE THOMPSON, 933 E. River St.3 Gen-
eral3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 33 Athletic "E" and pin3 Friend-
ship 1, 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD EUGENE SHINDLER
SHIRLEY ANN SHRUBSOLE
ROBERT HENRY SIMON
ZELMA LOU SITYINGER
GLEN EUGENE SLUSHER
JOANN MAE SMITH
BARBARA ANN SNYDBR
MAR JORIE ANN SNYDER
DONALD HENRY SOMMER
WARREN CHARLES SOTHERDEN
CHARLES ALAN SPARKS
JOAN MAE STANFORD
GERALDINE GERTRUDE STAUDER
JOAN MARCIA STEELE
FRANCES ROSLYN STILLWAUGH
JAMES THOMPSON STONE
VIRGINIA GRACE STONE
ROBERT JOHN STRINKA
ROBERT CONRAD STROM
DORCAS JUNE STROUSE
ALLEN ARTHUR STRUCK
DAVID CHARLES TAYLOR
BEVERLY NADINB TELZEROW
MYRNA JEAN TELZEROXV
DONALD EDWARD THOMPSON
DONNA RAE THOMPSON
FREDERICK RALPH THORNTON
ROBERT JOHN TOKAS
JAMES THEODORE TRACEY
CHARLES LAWRENCE TRAVERS
AILEEN FRANCES TROUP
THELMA JANE TURNBULL
DONALD ALVIN URRSHOT
DORIS JEAN VANDERSOMMEN
SHIRLEY MAE VANDYKE
EUGENE FRANCIS VANOSS
PETER MAXTED VAN WORMER
WILLIAM WALLACE WALKER
WALTER EDMUND WARNER
CHLOE HELEN WASHINGTON
CLARK ETHAN WELCH
BARBARA ANN WEST J
SHIRLEY MAE WETz
MARX' JUNE WHITMAN
JOHN FRANCES WILBERT
WILLIAM EDWARD WILBERT
THOMAS GENE, WILSON
CAROL JOYCE WILLIAMS
NANCY ANNE WILLIAMS
PEGGY LOUISE WILLIS
HARVEY TURLAND WINCKLES
FREDERICK RALPH THORNTON, 255 Winckles
St.5 General5 Baseball 3, 45 Herald 35 Jr. Booster 4.
ROBERT JOHN TOKAS, R. D. 25 SCientific5 Basket-
ball 15 Football 1, 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES THEODORE TRACEY, 1509 East Ave.5 Gen-
CHARLES LAWRENCE TRAVERS, 325 Cornell
Ave.5 Scientific5 Crew 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Booster 45 I'layers'
Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity "E" 3, 45 Football Manager 3, 5, 75
Track Manager 65 Baseball Manager 85 P. A. System 6, 7.
FRANCES AILENE TROUP, Telegraph Rd.: General5
Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volleyball 1, 2, 35
Spanish Club 4.
THELMA JANE TURNBULL, 406 Furnace St.: Com-
mercial5 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volleyball
1, 2, 35 Mimeograph Worker 45 Monitor 35 H. R. Rep.
45 Athletic Y-Teen 1, 2, 3.
DONALD ALVIN URPSCHOT, 307 Columbus St.5
Three Act Play 35 One Act Play 15 Announcer 45 A Cab-
pella Choirs 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Monitor 2, 3, 45 Jr.
Booster 45 Players' Club 3, 45 Varsity E Show.
JOHN VALACH, JR., 492 Cleveland St.5 Generalg
Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 45 One Act Play 45 Monitor 35
Jr. Booster Club 45 Varsity 4.
DORIS JEAN VANDERSOMMEN, 227 Oakwood
St.5 Commercial5 Baseball 15 Basketball 1, 25 Herald 25
Monitor 35 Movie Worker 15 H. R. Rep. 25 Jr. Booster
45 Tax Stamp Collector 35 Friendship 2.
SHIRLEY VAN DYKE, 263 Brandston Ave.5 Com-
mercia15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Band 2, 35 Leaders' Group 3, 45
Senior Social Com.5 Secretary Junior Friendship.
EUGENE FRANCIS VAN OSS, 243 Princeton Ave.5
General5 Football 15 Herald 3, 45 Jr. Booster Club 4.
PETER MAXTED VAN WORMER, 109 Stanford
Avenue5 Scientific5 Crew 15 A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 45
Chorus 15 Movie Worker 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Jr.
Booster Club 45 Proieaionists' Club I, 25 Chairman Boys'
Distinction Day Com.
WILLIAM WALLACE WALKER, JR., 717 East River
Street5 Scientificg Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Class Play 45 A
Cappella Choir 3, 45 Monitor 35 German Club 3, 45
Jr. Booster Club 45 Varsity 3, 45 JBC Rep. 45 Sr.
Distinction Day Com.5 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
WALTER EDMUND WARNER, R. D. 1, Box 87,
Oberlin5 General5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 4.
CHLOE HELEN WASHINGTON, 524 North Street?
General5 Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Volleyball I5 Jr. Boos-
ter Club 4.
CLARK ETHAN WELCH, 228 Oakwood5 Commer-
cial5 H. R. Rep. 35 Jr. Booster Club 45 Chairman Speak-
ing 8: Tours Com., FROE Club5 Buckeye Boys' State 35
FROE Club 4.
BARBARA ANN WEST, 213 Wolf Court5 General5
A Cappella Choir 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Band 3, 45 Major-
SHIRLEY MAE WETZ, 108 Stanford Ave.5 General.
MARY JUNE WHITMAN, 1085 Gulf Roacl5 Gen-
eral5 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Art Ser-
vice 35 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Leaders' Group
3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Cab. 1.
JOHN FRANCIS WILBERT, 331 Furnace St.5 Gen-
eral5 Football I5 Track 25 Herald 15 Monitor 2, 35 Jr.
Booster Club 4.
WILLIAM EDWARD WILBERT, 240 Foster Ave.5
General5 Track 25 Herald 1, 25 Monitor 2, 35 Jr. Booster
Club 45 Pres. FROE Club5 FROE Club 4.
THOMAS GENE WILSON, 901 Lake Ave.5 General5
CAROL JOYCE WILLIAMS, 232 East Ave.5 Classical5
Orchestra 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Latin Club 45 Tax
Stamp Collector 4.
NANCY ANNE WILLIAMS, 129 Warden Ave.5
General5 Volleyball 1, 25 Mimeograph Worker 3, 45
Photographer 25 German Club 45 Tax Stamp Collector 1.
PEGGY LOUISE WILLIS, 160 Northrup St.5 Com-
mercia15 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volleyball
I, 2, 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Monitor 2, 35 French
Club 35 H. R. Representative 15 Leaders' Group 3, 45
Student Cabinet 35 Tax Stamp Collector 2.
HARVEY TURLAND WINCKLES, 172 Brandston
Ave.5 Generalg Crew,3, 45 Extemp. Speaking 45 Jr. A
Cappella Choir 2, 35 Sr. A Cappella Choir 45 Chorus 15
Elyrian 2, 35 Players' Club 3, 4.
RUTH MARIE W1TrE
EILEEN CAROL WOODEN
SARAH HUMPHREY WORTHINGTON
DAN ALVIN Yosr
DAVID ALAN Yos'r
A DONALD ALFRED YOUNG
L . LAURA JEAN YOUNG
NO PHOTOS OFFERED
FREDERICK BALTZELL, 939 Gulf Rd., General Li-
brary Assistant 2563 Movie Worker 1.
JUNE DILGREN CRANDALL, 521 Park Ave.g Gen-
ARTHUR HARRY GARRIES, 225 Brandston Ave.g
GLADYS GLASS, 9 Woodford Ave., General.
SYLVIA GLASS, 9 Woodford Ave., General.
RICHARD HAZELTON, R. D. 2, LaGrange Roadg
JOHN JOSEPH JOHNSON, 465 Ohio Srreetg Gen-
THOMAS MOLICH, R. D. 2g Industrial Arts.
HENRY GEORGE O'DELI., 579 Turner Street, Gen-
eral, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 23 A Cappella Choir lg
Glee Club or Choir 1, Herald 13 Junior Booster lg Var-
sity "E" 19 Cafeteriag Worker 1, 2, 3. '
FRANK MILTON SAMPSEI., 393 Furnace St.g Man-
RICHARD ELMER SPRAGUE, 611 Tyler St., Gen-
eral, Monitor 3.
RUTH MARIE WITTE, 1011 Lake Avenueg General.
EILEEN CAROL WOODEN, 533 Broad Street3 Com-
SARAH HUMPHREY WORTHINGTON, R. D. 1
Elyria, General, A Cappella Choirs 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1
Library Assistant 13 Office Assistant 1.
DAN ALWIN YOST, 144 Cornell Avenueg General
A Cappella Choirs 4.
DAVE ALLAN YOST, 349 Stanford Avenueg Scien-
tificg Baseball Mgr. lg Basketball lg Football lg Herald 43
Photographer 3, 43 Slip Collector lg Junior Booster Club
2, 3, 43 Varsity 5, 43 Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 43
Hi-Y 1, 2.
DONALD ALFRED YOUNG, 1307 Middle Avenueg
LAURA JEAN YOUNG, 949 Gulf Roadg Commer-
cialg Basketball 13 Volleyball lg Band 1, 23 Monitor 43
Office Assistant 43 Junior Booster Club 49 Tax Stamp
A PRAYER FROM THE SENIORS
We stand within Thy wondrous light,
In reverence, in prayer.
Behold! Thy hope forever bright,
Guides us everywhere.
Through the years of youthfulness,
With faith we slowly tread.
For we know in truthfulness,
Our leader is our God.
Help us to face without fear
A world that's strange, that's newg
Endow us with possessions dear,
Courage and tolerance true.
May we grow to know our fellow men
To live in a world at peace.
And if we fail, let us try again,
May our wisdom ever increase.
Miss JOSEPHINE Wrtcox
Senior Clan Advirer
COMMITTEES FOR SENIOR CLASS
Jacqulin Carmel, Chr.
Booth Bazley .......
Betty Bishbing ....
Martha Keech ---
Jack Kostyo ---
Barbara McDivitt, Chr. ..... 220
Andy Arvay ........
Molly Blair ......
Bernie Evenchik ---
Ethel Steinberg, Chr. -
Fred Hammons ---
jean Shatter .....
Allan Gaston .....
Beverly Hartman ....
Pete Van Wormer, Chr. ..... 233
Dave Kelly ..,......
Lester Spike .....
Bob Pierce .......
Tom Mathewson ....
Steve Gorbics, Chr. .... --- 220
Nancy Baker ....... --- 121
joanne Scott --- --- 225
Roger Hogan --- --- 220
Kathy Glover --- --- 220
HOME ROOM COLLECTORS
Stan Klesta .............. 120
Pat Bowden ...... --- 121
Barbara Rodgers .... --- 122
Audrey Coon --- ,,, 123
Don Thompson --- --- 225
Jane Gentzel ..... --- 220
Betsy McDonald .... --- 222
Jane Turnbull .... --- 233
DISTINCTION DAY GIRLS
Joanne Krespach, Chr.
Margie Knight ...... --- 120
Jeanne Filo ....
Mary Lou Miller .... --- 222
Shirlianne Guth ---
Tony Curcillo, Chr. .... --- 123
Don Young ........
Marylin Calkins ...,.
Shirley Van Dyke ---
Barbara Kolopus ....
The Divine Flora
A Comedy in a Prologue and Three Acts
By FLORENCE RYERSON and COLIN CLEMENTS
Thursday and Friday, May 51h and 6th -:- 8:15 p. m.
Director - Miss Nina Baker
CAST OF CHARACTERS
In Order of Appearance
Stu Morgan -
Etta Dean fFloraQ
Randy Pryor -
Mr. Pryor -
M-rr. Pryor -
Mr. Dean -
Tex Arlen -
Polly - -
Mr. Dugan -
- Janet Sharrer
- Steve Gorbics
- Booth Bazley
- Martha Keech
- Robert Peirce
- Robert Strom
Mary Lou Lightfoot
- Jerry Given
- jane Gentzel
- Ray Gehl
h Molly Blair
Student Director - Larry Selka
PROLOGUE: Grounds of the Norrhbury High
School. An evening in early June.
ACT ONE: Living room of the Pryor summer
cottage, Green Bay. Morning, two weeks later.
ACT TWO: The cottage.
Scene 1: The next morning.
Scene 2: Ten days have passed.
ACT THREE: The cottage. That evening.
Director ----- Miss Baker
Student Director and Stage Manager - Larry Selka
Burinerr Manager - Miss Anna Catherine Hess
Make-up Director - - Miss Alice Stofer
Bookholder - - - Ethel Steinberg
George Berg F515
Richard Larkin C511
Thomas Storer C501
Helen Dugar C503
june Glasse C507
Beverly Ives C501
Mary Jensen F515
joan Kritzell C503
Patricia Meredith C505
Mary Murphy C515
Ann Dunn Patricia Gibbens
Linda Fitzgerald 'Phyllis Markel
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FIRST DAY OF SCHGOL
THE FIRST THREE TO ENTER - Left to Right: Betty Vnrgo, Elsie Homoki,
During his campaign for the Presidency, Mr. Truman visited Elyria on the afternoon of a beautiful
autumn day in mid-October. The upper picture shows him standing on the New York Central Railroad
tracks overlooking East Avenue.
The lower picture gives some idea of the size of the four o'clock crowd. The postoffice appears at
the upper left.
The Elyria High School Band can be seen in the immediate foreground with Director Walter Von
Brock in white at their side.
TRUMAN COMES TO TOWN
STUDENT CABINET it SCHOOL DANCE
The Student Cabinet is the representative group of the students of Elyria High School. Meetings are
held every second and fourth Tuesday, during the third period. At this time, the Cabinet discusses prob-
lems of the students and tries to work out solutions.
The Cabinet also serves the students with entertainment in the form of school dances and parties.
Money made on these activities is used for the Memorial Scholarship, which amounts to 35150, and to pro-
vide for assemblies sponsored by the Cabinet.
Cabinet-sponsored assemblies this year include a piano recital by Jack Eltong Bertrum Shertluff, a
former wrestler and writer, a panel discussion by Oberlin College Forensic Members on Communism, a
safety film entitled "Traffic With the Devil", and a scientific talk by Prof. Arthur Campbell of Oberlin
A special project of the Cabinet this year was the collecting of S60 which was used to buy Care
packages for the Henri Poicaire School in Nancy, France.
Miscellaneous activities include filling ink wells, ushering at special school affairs, and helping the
school and teachers whenever possible.
Advisers for the Student Cabinet are Miss Gladys Fowell and Mr. George Thourot.
Left lo Right--First Row: Jacqueline Car-
mel, Ann Dunn, Elaine Mclntyre, Jane Smith,
Betty Butts, Lois Tedrow.
Second Row: Sidney Byars, Alan Gaston,
Tom Farmer, Joan Hyman, Lois Page, Jeanne
Tbird R011 A'.' Vic Resar, Byron Morris, Tony
Curcillo, Ray Gehl, George Ligotke, George
HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES
Left to Right--Firrt Row: Carol Aldrich,
Benita Ristas, Sophie Traicoff, jane Turnbull,
Kay Thompson, Robert Decker, Judy Caywood.
Lois Tedrow, Helen Kerekes, Betty Butts.
Second Row: Nancy Stalla, Louise Menden-
hall, Nancy Radican, Sally Gorham, Jane Fau-
ver, Jerry Spike, Richard Comstock, Ann Huff-
man, Beverly Harris, Sally Schoditsch, Helen
Third Row: Edith Kaplan, Charlene Barb-
knecht, Anastasia Peppas, Nora Pickard, Thel-
ma Yorks, Kay Line, Bob Brandes, Grant
Ingersoll, Bob Peirce, Byron Morris, Carl Lar-
Fourth Row: Miss Herd, Richard Lyndes,
George Ligotke, Eugene Standen, Don Funk,
Booth Bazley, Mr. Scarbrough.
Left to Rigbl-Firrt Row: Nancy 'Hawk,
Phyllis Given, Barbara Harrison, Elizabeth
Kreutzer, Marianne Marozsan.
Second Row: Tom Anderson, Nancy Baker,
Elma Cochran, Shirlianne Guth, Dorcas
Strouse, Beatrice Gagen.
Third Row: Norman Bauer, Howard Schwan,
Gilbert Squire, jack Abbey, Jim Demetral, Mr.
P. E. Diller.
The students in each of the 47 home rooms elected one of their group to serve for the year as Home
Every first and third Wednesday in the month, these 47 representatives meet to discuss matters of
general interest. Miss Mabel Herd and Mr. Clarence Scarbrough act as advisers.
Approximately 18 people who are movie workers render a valuable service to the school. They are
directed by Mr. P. E. Diller, known to his movie workers as Mr. Handsome. Mr. Diller personally selects
each student for movie duty. Of these 18 people three are cashiers: Shirlianne Guth, Nancy Hawk, and
Margaret Siler. The others work at directing the students to keep single file, at taking pennies, and at
watching to see that all pay. Sometimes a few students have something or someone dominating their
thoughts so, consequently, they forget to pay. Many are embarrassed when they have to be reminded.
After all the students are in the auditorium, a very important part of the work comes. The pennies
have to be counted and rolled. A few times the workers do not count just right and mistakes occur. It is
estimated that the daily average number of students that attend the movie is about 1,000. As you can
see, it is a tremendous job getting in and out of the auditoriumon time.
The workers would not be able to do this enormous job without full co-operation from the students
and from the teachers on duty in the movie.
H R. REPRESENTATIVES MOVIE WORKER
The Extemporaneous Speaking Squad is an extra-curricular activity which aims to develop good
speakers. The Squad maintains a Speakers' Bureau, which furnishes many organizations and clubs in and
about town with speakers or a round-table as a program. The main purpose of the Squad, however, is
to prepare for the Lake Erie League Speech Contests and round-table discussions.
The speaker from our school this year was Phillip Struthers. The three contests were held at West-
ern Reserve University, the Elyria Lions' Club, and Shaker Heights High School. At Shaker, the Squad
also sent a round-table consisting of Victor Resar fmoderatorj, Robert Strom, Mary Louise Lightfoot,
Betsy MacDonald, and James Anton. One of these was chosen to speak over the radio in the all-Lake
Erie League Round-table.
The Squad, during the year, sent speakers or a round-table to the Central Labor Union, the Rotary
Club, Kiwanis, Town and Country, P. T. A., and church organizations to speak on their subject, "The
Case For and Against the National Health Program." The Extemp Squad is under the direction of Miss
Alice Stofer, and this year's Squad was a very active one.
Left io rigbi-Row 1: Blanche Montgom-
ery, Antoinette Luppino, Evelyn Sokol, Shirley
VanDyke, Nadine Telzerow, JoAnn Bally.
Barbara McDivitt, Grace Maiorca.
Row 2: Nancy Brodbeck, Betty Bisbing,
Della Malinowski, Sallye Gehrke, joan Bruse,
Maryanne Gawura, Elma Cochrane, Joan
Krespach, Miss Fosselius. t
Row 3: Beverly Harris, Dorothy Cooley,
Shirlianne Gurh, Fern Kaye, Rosemary Kurek,
Audrey Coon, Barbara Rodgers.
USHER-ETTES-You football fans will remem-
ber seeing these girls at the home games. Each usher-
etre wore dark slacks, bright red jackets, and red and
white overseas caps. They were stationed at entrances
to the stadium and scattered throughout the bleach-
ers and stadium aisles, to usher the football fans with-
out confusion. If there was any mix-up as to "who
gets the seat," the usher-ette would see that some
alteration was quickly made. Another task of the
girls was to keep the fans moving and out of the
aisles as soon as possible. Also, they did their best
to keep the fans from standing along the fence. The
girls were assisted by members of the police force,
firemen squad, and faculty. Many thanks go to them!
Next season, some of the same girls will be on the
job againg and some new girls will be there to take
the place of those usher-ettes graduating this june.
We wish them the best of luck, and keep up the
CAFETERIA - One of the busiest places in Elyria
High School is the cafeteria. Work begins here be-
fore regular school has started. The women who
prepare the food are capable and efficient, under the
careful supervision of Miss Evelyn Gordon.
Meals served in our cafeteria are varied and appe-
tizing, as near to home cooking as can be and not
The students who work are chosen by Miss Gordon
and must be tidy and clean. They serve food across
the counter, take cash, polish silver, retrieve soiled
dishes, wipe trays and mop floors. In return for their
work they receive a forty cent lunch.
Elyria High School is fortunate in having such an
THE GIRLS USHER OUR CAFETERIA
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THE ELYRIA HIGH PHOTO SQUAD--Garb
ered around the young lady in the picture is the
Elyria High Photo Squad. This scene is typical of
the sessions that take place every Wednesday after-
noon. Originally a work group, the Squad was re-
organized this year under a constitution.
The activities of the Squad were planned to help
the members learn more about photography. During
the past year lessons were given in the use of the
Speed Graphic and on developing, printing, and en-
larging. To augment these lessons a field trip was
made to Cascade Park to get pictures of the water
falls. Also, a visit to a local studio was made and
the members of the Squad received instructions on
Although the Photo Squad helps its members to
learn more about photography, it spends much of
its time helping out around school. Many of the
pictures of Elyria High athletic events are recorded
by a Squad photographer. Also, many of the pictures
in the Elyrian were taken by the Squad. The latest
project was taking the individual pictures at the Sen-
PROJECTION ROOM -Lincoln Basement North
serves as the station of eight projection boys who
show the visual education films for science, social
studies, driving, cooking, English, and all the other
Every day and every period of the school week,
some projection boy can be found in L. B. N. It is
his job to be on hand to run the movie assigned to
him whenever that movie is desired. Besides running
the Victor projector, each boy is required to know
how to clean the machine, detect mechanical trouble
if any, splice films, show slides, and check films and
return them to the state department at Columbus.
Each boy is under the direction of Mr. A. N. Smith
who books the films and supervises the projection
boys, makes out the schedule, and directs the care of
Left to Right--Firrl Row: Joe Cebula,
Clyde Schroeder, presidentg jean Landin, Mar-
garet Pratt, Jack Kostyo, vice presidentg Louise
Mendenhall, Dorothy Fitzgerald, treasurer,
james Nay, Shirlianne Guth, Stanton Shaw,
Diane Van Boxtel, secretary, Judy Dunn. Not
in- phoro: Earl Lautenschlager, adviser.
Left to Right--First Row: Bill Heth, Ken-
neth Donovan, James Ware, Richard Resar.
Second Row: Boyd Cameron, Bill Anderson,
Victor Resar, George Tilburn, Mr. A. N. Smith,
PANDILLA ESPANOLA-Have you ever gone
into 3l7? If you have you know that the official
language there is Spanish. Every first and third
Wfednesdays the room is filled with chattering boys
and girls. It is a Spanish Club meeting. During
every meeting the business is conducted in Spanish
by the President, Phyllis Holliday. The other offi-
cers are vice president, Grace Maiorca, secretary,
Nancy Brodbeck and treasurer, Dorcas Strouse. The
members consist of any seniors taking Spanish and
Juniors with a grade of B or above.
The activities of the Pandilla Espanola are varied.
The adviser, Miss Littleton, went to Central Ameri-
ca in December and she took many beautiful and
interesting slides which she shows us. At Christmas
time the club had a real Spanish Christmas. The
most important event of the year is the annual ban-
quet held this year in April. At this banquet the
juniors are initiated. It is a gala affair with various
THE FRENCH CLUB -The French Club is com-
S P A N I S H C L U B
Left to Rigbl- First Row: Ruth Fitch,
Nancy Hawk, Ailene Troup, Laura Fisher, Dor-
cas Strouse, Phyllis Holliday.
Second Row: Carmella Leuzzi, Marilyn Hy-
man, Mary O'Connor, Eleanor Regler, Grace
Maiorca, Jeanne Filo, Janet Shatter.
Third Row: Nancy Brodbeck, Pat Bowden,
Jane Gentzel, Jean Jenson, Zelma Sittinger,
June Chambers, Miss Littleton.
Fourth Rou-'.' Warren Sotherdon, Malcolm
Diederick, Alan Sparks, Bernie Evenchik, Glen
NEXT YEAR'S OFFICERS
President. Phil Struthers, Vice President, Lois
Pageg Secretary, Nancy Leonard, Treasurer,
THE FRENCH CLUB
Left to Right-First Row: Mary Whitman,
Jeanne Kelly, Betty Hilvosky, treasurer, Frances
Kaplan, Anne Huffman, Elsie Martin, Nancy
Second Row: Miss Wilcox, adviserg Margie
Knight, secretary, Fern Kaye, Audrey Coon,
Nancy Slusher, Sue Helfrich, Betty Beal, Terry
Third Row: Pat Gibbens, Darlene Hem-
minger, John Grundy, Norman Peterson, Jerry
Schon, Mary Louise Lightfoot, Larry Selka.
Not in photo: Martha Keeth, vice president
and program chairman.
posed of first and second year French students. Meet-
ings are held the first Wednesday of each month.
We have learned many French songs including
La Marseillaise, the French National Anthem,
L'Alouette, a lively folk song and many Christmas
carols. We also have played some French games and
learned many French poems. In February we sent a
C A R E food package to a needy family in Paris,
instead of exchanging Christmas gifts between our-
Each year our last meeting is an outdoor picnic.
At this occasion we include a few guests. This year
our picnic was held at the home of Martha Keech,
which is near the river.
The main objects of the club are to broaden our
knowledge of French customs, the language, the
country, and to acquaint ourselves with the young
people of France by writing to them. We learn that
their aims and personalities are about the same as
outs, and we are happy to know that they wish to
become our foreign friends.
SENIOR Y-TEENS FRESHMAN Y-TEENS
SENIOR Y TEENS-Since it is the last Y Teen
Club the Senior girls will have a chance to be in,
they have tried to make it a happy, eventful, and
The biggest and probably the most exciting event
was the "Santa Serenade," the annual Christmas for-
mal sponsored by the Club, which was a successful
affair. Other events during the year were to help
pay for the graduation expenses of an orphan from
the Oberlin Children's Home, the joint Hi-Y and
Y Teen Christmas singing, to put on the Easter As-
sembly, and a slumber party, which was held at the
home of Mary Lou Miller. In April a Mother-
Daughter summer style show was given and last but
not least the finality of the year, a Junior-Senior
breakfast. An event which just started this year was
the broadening of sports for girls by forming a Senior
Friendship basketball League, which played basket-
ball games once a week in the evening at the E. H. S.
Left lo Right-Fim Row: Jacqueline Car-
mel Cmusicj, Betsy MacDonald, Nancy Hawk
fways and meansj, Laura Fisher, Ann Dunn
Cpublicityl, Jo Ann Stanford, Nancy Kiely,
Mary Whitman, Marilyn Hyman, Frances
Second Row: Joan Scott, Marge Snyder,
Elaine McIntyre, Nadine Telzerow, Csocial
chairmanl, Carolyn Arnold Cmember-at-
largej, Peggy France, Eleanor Regler, Qsecre-
taryj, Molly Blair Cpublicityj, Nancy Baker.
Third Row: Ethel Steinberg, Mary Lou
Miller, Barbara Kolopus, Pat Bowden Ctreas-
urerl, Jane Gentzel, Cvice nresidentj , Carmella
Leuzzi, Gene Carlson, Charmaine Kranyak
fdevotionsl, Margie Knight fsocial chair-
manb, Shirlianne Guth CLeader's Councilj,
Kathy Glover, Pat Murphy.
Fourth Rauf: Elizabeth Hess. Rosemary
Krueck, Pat Gibbens, Shirley Bills, Frances
Stillwaugh, Moira Kirkpatrick, Beverly Hart-
man fpresidentj, Martha Keech Cprogramb.
Not piclured: Dorothy Coolev Cmembership
chaitmanl: Barbara Snyder CLeader's Coun-
cilig Mrs. Earl J. Lance Cadviserl.
Left to Rirlvt- Firrl Row: Nancy Godfrey,
Ruth Turnbull, JoAnn Diewald, Jackie Mason,
Rose Steinberg. Betty Ann Halsey, Benita
Ristas, Carolyn Rodnyn.
Second Row: Louise Mendenhall, Jane Ken-
nelly, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Sally Harrison,
Gwen Riefenburg, Pat Tarty, Joanne Kokai.
Third Row: Beatrice Willits, Margaret Pratt,
Phyllis Broza, Diane Kotai, Joan Payne, Doro-
thy Olszewki, Donna Krugman.
Fourth Row: Marilyn Snoble, Jo Ann Arndt,
Barbara Kuss, Yvonne Hardy, Edith Kaplan,
Marilyn Gehl, Diane Abbe.
Fifth Row: Myrna Beal, Norma Bloom,
Kay Thompson, Eileen Young, Marcia Guth,
Jeanne Kokai, Eleanor Hess.
gym. There are hopes that this program will be con-
FRESHMAN Y-TEENS-The first social event
of the year was to have been a picnic held at Cascade
Park for the Purpose of becoming better acquainted
with the freshman boys. This project met with mis-
fortune as the weather drove us to the Y gym. CThe
party accomplished its purpose.J
Probably our outstanding social event was the
"Hatchet Hop," held February 21, at the McKinley
School Auditorium. Decorations and favors carried
out the George Washington theme. At Christmas
time the treasury was replenished by the selling of
peanut crunch by the members.
Interesting programs presented at our regular
meetings included instruction in folk dancing, a song-
fest,.a speaker on good grooming, as well as several
THE SENIOR A CAPPELLA CHOIR
THE SENIOR A CAPPELLA CHOIR-The Sen-
ior A Cappella Choir is Composed of eighty members
who are selected from the ranks of the junior A
Cappella Choir and the Girls' Glee Club.
The purpose of the Choir is setting up a sound
basis for musical appreciation and learning how to
get along with others in harmony and peace.
This organization has participated in many pro-
grams this year. On February 3 and 4 they took
part in the Mid-Winter Concert under the sponsor-
ship of the Music Department. The choir partici-
pated in the Lake Erie League Festival which was
held on March 18 at Kirk Junior High School, Cleve-
land, with Shaw High as host. The traditional an-
nual Spring Concert was given on May 20.
.The choir enjoyed an exchange concert with Lo-
rain and also took part in the Baccalaureate and Com-
The officers of this year's choir are: President,
Moses Hammonsg Vice President, Warren Sotherdeng
Treasurer, George Ligotkeg Secretary, Eileen Baxterg
and student conductor, Chuck Shaffer.
All this was made possible through the untiring
effort and guidance of its choir master, Mr. J. Martin
ALWAYS SINGS WELL, LOCKS NICE
A CAPPELLA CHOIR ' ,
Left to Right- Front Row: Mary June Whitman, Janice
Meredith, Margaret France, Janet Sharrer, Joan Eldred, Sallye
Gehrke, Norma VonDuyke, Sallye Sayers, Jo Ann Bally,
Emogene Buoy, Shirlianne Guth, Marilyn Calkins, Shirley
Smith, Jeanne Kelly, Jean McDivitt, Lois Tattersall, Lois
Page, Mary Lou Miller, Betsy MacDonald, Pat Finnell,
Second Row: Eileen Baxter, Jane Gentzel, Joan Penfound,
Jeannette Staskiews, June Glasse, Barbara Brown, Joan Hard-
ing, Rosemary Kurek, Pat Gibbens, Donna Brecknock, Lu-
cille Gatens, Anne Bruck, Barbara Snyder, Anastasia Peppas,
Joan Kritzell, Jerry Smith, Moira Kirkpatrick, Sara Worth-
ington, Lois Fullmer, Katherine Glover, Ruth Blackstone,
Mary Louise Lightfoot.
Third Row: Rudy Davis, Harvey Winckles, Roland Fos-
ter, Jim Smith, Alan McMullen, George O'Dell, Robert
Cochrane, Lester Freeman, Phil Surdock, Roy West, Pete
Van Wormer, Peer Nielsen, George Ligotke, Warren Sother-
den, Howard Gard, David Mocsny, Richard Eschtruth.
Fourth Row: Ed Murphy, Stanley Klesta, Richard Lyndes,
Bill Wooden, Robert Simon, Bill Given, Don Urpschot,
Jack Kostyo, James Anton, Phil Struthers, Bernard Even-
chik, Charles Shaffer, Bill Lohnes, Robert DuBray, Ed Ged-
ridge, William Walker, Steve Gorbics, Fred Hammons.
Abrent: Tony Curcillo, Charmaine Ktanyak, Jay Weichel,
LATIN CLUB-All students taking second year
Latin and earning a B average the previous semester
are eligible to join the Latin Club. All juniors and
seniors taking advanced Latin and earning a C aver-
age are also eligible. The officers of the Latin Club
must have an average of B and are always the junior
and senior members. The officers for the 1948-49
year are: First Consul, Vic Resarg Second Consul,
John Jasper, Scriba, Janice Meredith, Quaestor, Char-
maine Kranyakg Aedile, Jim Smith.
A few of the activities for this year include a pic-
nic early in the fall, a pageant for the Christmas pro-
gram, the Roman Banquet which is the peak of the
year, Latin Week, a radio program, and reports on
various subjects interesting to the Latin Club given
by members at the regular meetings. Games and
refreshments are also included on the agenda.
PLAYERS' CLUB - Have you ever wondered how
an actor feels on the opening night of a play? Have
Left Io Right--First Row: Theresa Brat-
toli, Janice Meredith, Patsy Lowe, Joan Berger,
Sandra Warmee, Audrey Tonry, Janet Stellar,
Beverly Krueck, Nancy Flaherty.
Second Row: Carolyn Arnold, John Jasper,
Jim Smith, Richard Larkin, Nadine Telzerow,
Joan Hyman, Charmaine Kranyak, Tom Wor-
den, Sally Gorham, Miss Edna Jones.
Third Row: Delores Hendrickson, Phyllis
Brackley, Julia Cross, Vic Resar, Jane Fauver,
Gretchen Hoch, Jane Gentzel, Carol Williams,
Fourth Row: Shirley Bills, Lois Jordan,
Martha Keeth, George Wilcox, Jim Hoffman,
Fifth Row: Darren Sarver, Richard Ander-
son, Jack Johnston, Byron Morris.
Left to Right- Firxt Row: Betsy McDonald,
Ann Dunn, Nancy Leonard, Jim Smith, Helen
Dugar, Nancy Baker, Charmaine Kranyak.
Second Row: Eugene Reynolds, Bernard
Evenchik, Larry Selka, Bob Strom, Booth Baz-
ley, Harvey Winckles, Bill Wilshire, Chuck
Third Row: Shirlianne Guth, Bob Pierce,
Jane Gentzel, Mary Jensen, Mary Louise Light-
foot, Don Urpschot, Phil Sutdock, Martha
Keech, Phil Struthers, George Ligotke.
you sometimes wished that you were on our high
school stage in costume and greasepaint, with the
footlights on and a large crowd in the auditorium
waiting for the curtain to rise? The thirty members
of Players' Club have known and enjoyed these ex-
periences. Each year the club sponsors an All-School
Play in November. This year's production was
"Night Must Fall," an English mystery-thriller.
The Players' Club officers this year are Phillip
Struthers, president, Robert Strom, vice-president,
and Martha Keech, secretary-treasurer. Miss Nina
Baker is the club's adviser.
On October 28 the Players' Club held its annual
theatre party. A busload of 56 people went to see
the recent English play, "The Winslow Boy." This
trip was one of the highlights of the year.
The club has a meeting each month, with the mem-
bers presenting programs of talks, one-act plays,
make-up demonstrations, and reviews of plays.
JUNIOR HI-Y-Any junior boy in high school
who is a member of the "Y" and desires to join the
group may be a member of Junior Hi-Y.
Among the activities for the year are dances, sports,
and study programs. This year the group sponsored
a dance, two hayrides, and a co-ed swim. Among the
study programs the boys sponsored a joint Hi-Y dis-
cussion group with Mr. Thomas Evans, exchange
teacher from Cardigan, Wales, as speaker. Every
year the junior Hi-Y presides at the induction ser-
vice for any new members of Hi-Y. This year it also
inducted the new chapter at Brookside.
In the sports activities members participated in a
basketball league. At the close of the season the
team in first place played the first place teams of
the other Hi-Y's.
I JUNIOR H1-Y
Left to Right-Firrt Row: George Miller,
John Jasper, james Smith, Donald Hange,
Second Row: Bill Wooden, jack Lesnick,
George Traicoff, Eddie Seabold, Ronald
Third Row: Jay Ross, Bob Palmer, Floyd
Hamilton, Raymond Thompson, George Wil-
cox, Jerry Jackson.
Fourth Row: Jerry Schon, jerry Koehn,
Bob Warner, Peer Nielsen, Dick Thompson.
Left to Right-Firrt Row: Ian Crichton,
Warren Sotherden, Steve Gorbics, Bob Pierce,
Second Row: Roger Hogan, Dick Johns,
Bill Munger, Don Taylor, George Ligotke, Bill
Third Row: Glenn Nead, Bob Tokacs, Ber-
nie Evenchik, Chuck Shaffer, Bill Walker.
Every Hi-Y organization stresses high morals, clean
sports, clean speech, and clean living.
SENIOR HI-Y--The Senior chapter of Hi-Y
consists of approximately 20 members whose purpose
it is "ro create, maintain, and extend, throughout the
school and community, high standards of Christian
character." The adviser for this year's club is Mr.
C. A. Hall, one of the E. H. S. faculty members.
The group meets every week in order to plan and
discuss activities, such as a Christmas-sing, in which
all the Hi-Y's and Y-Teen's took part, a dance held
to raise funds, and other events of this nature. The
club also planned and presented the Thanksgiving
assembly, as is the custom for Senior Hi-Y to do.
This year's officers are Steve Gorbics, President,
Bill Munger, Vice-President, Bob Peirce, Secretary,
and Bernie Evenchik, Treasurer.
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THE BAND, SMARTLY UNIFGRMED,
THE E. H. S. BAND-The band of E. H. S. is an
organization of which the school may be proud. Long
hours of practice are put into the music and forma-
tions at football games. This year, through the gen-
erosity of the many clubs of Elyria, the band took
many trips to out-of-town games. The nicest and
best of these was the trip to Toledo DeVilbis. Two
cars were furnished for the eighty odd members of
After the football season, the band got ready for a
concert. This was a joint concert given with the
orchestra and the choir. This concert was the means
by which the various treasuries of the organizations
Even after the concert, the band did not become
idle. A Lake Erie Festival is the annual gathering of
musicians from the League schools. In this mass
band and orchestra, Elyria placed about 25 in each
The last big appearance of the band was at the
annual spring concert of the band. This was given
in the late spring and was enjoyed by a large and
During the year, the band marched and played for
the Hospital Campaign, Memorial Day, Halloween,
and other holidays and celebrations.
This year, we lost a good many Seniors in gradu-
ation. The number of freshman coming in makes
a tough job of getting ready for the first game. All
that we can hope is that in '49-'50, the band does as
well as previously.
ALWAYS PLAYS EXCELLENTLY
Left to Right-Fin! Row: Richard Eschtruth, George
Miller, Betsy MacDonald, Elsie Martin, Bob Pierce, Ronald
Gusky, Bernard Evenchik, Janet Sharrer, Betty Knapp,
Eleanor Chomi, Joanne Tsarones, Barbara West, Dick
Spiegle, Mr. VonBrock, director.
Second Row: James Ware, Jim Nay, Walter Visiniski,
Arthur Ketchum, Anastasia Peppas, Carmella Leuzzi, Pat
Tarry, jack Mallery, Marilyn Snoble, Barbara Kuss, Dorothy
Olszewski, Ruth Amato, Bob Allen.
Third Row: Jane Smith, Marianne Frank, John Jasper,
Harold Nell, Nancy Leonard, Lois Tedrow, Carol Aldrich,
Edith Kaplan, Eleanor Hess, Keith Kochis, Jim Knott, Glenn
Nead, Bob Strom.
Fourlb Row: Ronald Hull, Jimmy Smith, Ray Bartholo-
'J . XSEATS
mew, Ralph Grundy, Clifford Elbert, Dorothy Gibbens,
Betty Butts, Dale Speigelberg, Tom Worden, Elizabeth Hess,
George Berg, Dale Knowlton, Lester Johns.
Fiftb Row: Don Hange, Bob Cordy, Bill Wilson, Bob
Palmer, Marilyn Dawson, Joan Hyman, Nancy Flaherty,
Gretchen Hoch, Phyllis Holliday, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Conna
Sixth Row: Walter Cross, Ted Lakocy, Jay Ross, Richard
Schwind, john Grundy, Dick Comstock, Jeanne McDivitt,
Melvin Shook, jimmy McCord, jimmy Miller.
Seuerltb Row: Jim jordan, Leroy Goodson, Jack Johnston,
George Wilcox, George Traicoff, David Smith, Norman
Folley, Bill Hand, Dick Bartholomew, Harold Berison, Don-
LIBRARY VOLUNTEERS FIND CONTACTS
INTERESTING, As TI-IEY ACQUIRE SKILLS,
AND INCIDENTALLY RECEIVE SOME
"As a typist, I have gained valuable of-
fice experience and the library has be-
come a more important factor to me."
"I have learned to take directions and
accurately carry them out so when I have
to work, I will be able to carry my own
"lf I decide to work as a librarian after
I leave school, I have had previous expe-
rience. This should help me get a cleri-
cal job in a public or college library.
"Helping in the library has the advantage of ac-
quainting you with books and people."
"It has acquainted me with the newer books and
"Library work has enabled me to talk easily about
books and authors. This helps me with my English."
"My work involves handling all the latest maga-
zines which keeps me posted on current events, and
I like it very much."
"I meet a lot of students and teachers and gain
many friends and get better acquainted with E. H. S."
"It has taught me many different books and au-
thors that I didn't know before."
"I am able to select more interesting books, be-
cause now I have a better background."
"Library work helps me find material easily and
"Copying catalog cards has improved my typing
and has given me a better understanding of how to
use the catalog."
"It has taught me to file accurately."
. "We try hard to keep the books in nice order."
"As an Art helper, I enjoy working in the library
because I can further my ability in Art through ar-
ranging bulletin board displays."
"I have learned to locate current material by using
the Reade-:r's Guide."
"I find the work very interesting, and I want to
learn more about how the library operates."
"Shelving books has taught me the classification
and arrangement of books."
THE LIBRARY HELPS US
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SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS-The Sophomore Y-Teens, a group consisting of about
fifty girls, meet on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month.
The program has included a hayride, a tureen dinner at Christmas for our mothers,
and a joint meeting with the Sophomore Hi-Y, where we discussed boy-girl relationships.
The discussion was led by a panel of three boys and three girls with Mrs. Kent Martling
and Mr. George Thourot as moderators. - 5
Plans for a spring dance, a talk on good grooming, movies on prom technique and
several more meetings with the Sophomore Hi-Y are being made.
Mrs. Ralph E. Tibbals acts as adviser. The officers are: President, Sandra Warmeeg
Vice President, Nancy Flaherty, Secretary, Pat Lowe, Treasurer, Mary Lou Wagner.
' soPHoMoRE Y-TEENS
Le t to Ri bt First Row So hie Traicoff
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Joyce Dostall, Carol O'Brien, Sandra Warmee,
Nancy Flaherty, Mary Lou Wagner.
Second Row: Elsie Homoki, Shirley Roling,
Betty Baracskai, Ann Schiez, Joan Berger,
Donna Keyser, Nancy Valerius, Jane Fauver.
Third Row: Jacqueline Cox, Sally Gorham,
Joan Hyman, Betty Butts, Sally Parks, Dorothy
Gibbens, Joan Hargate, Marilyn Dawson.
Fourth Row: Betty Vargo, Janet Stellar, Vir-
ginia Frye, Audrey Tonry, Theresa Frankoviak,
Lois Mashinski, Darlene Miller.
Fifth Row: Patsy S Mcl-lale, Helen Karas,
Barbara Black, Kay Line, Lois Jordan.
Sixth Row: Helen Kerekes, Mary Lou
Smith, Nancy Slusher, Gretchen Hoch, Marilyn
THE STRING ENSEMBLE-If ever you are
sauntering down the hall in Washington Building
the fifth period on Wednesday and pass room 130,
the lyrical tones you hear are those of the String En-
semble. It is composed of eight high school musi-
cians and is directed by Mr. Sidney Davis. This group
has played for several organizations about town, in-
cluding many P. T. A. meetings at various grade
schools, as well as an assembly program for the high
The Ensemble opened the series of high school
broadcasts over WEOL, including in their program
such selections as "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," "The
Way You Look Tonight," and a special arrangement
of the "Warsaw Piano Concerto." Shirlianne Guth,
vocalist for the group, has appeared with the En-
semble in all of its performances.
The Ensemble members are: Nancy Pickard, Elea-
nor O'Million, Sally Gorham-violins, Edith Kap-
lan--viola, Pat Carson, Rudy Cross-'cellog Mary
Louise Lightfoot-string bass, Charmaine Kranyak
Left to Right-First Row: Nancy Warin-
wright, Laurette Rothgery, June Ross, Joan
Kelling, Marianne Frank, Evelyn Sokol, Irene
Rago, Conna Schwind, Nancy Leonard, Mary
Murphy, Barbara Moyer.
Second Row: Eleanor Ford, Evelyn Bakos,
Marilyn Reitz, Lois Tedrow, Lois Tattersall,
Yvonne Turek, Jean Kelly, Molly Butler.
Third Row: Arlene Bergman, Nancy Radi-
can, Betty Hilovski, Emogene Bouy, Marilyn
Walker, Elsie Martin, Joanne Tsarones, Jane
Smith, Eleanor Vatga.
Fourth Row: Alice Chismar, Lois Page,
Maryanne Gawura, Sue Helfrich, Beverly Har-
ris, Eleanor Chomi, Pauline Burns, Jean Snoble,
Fifth Row: Barbara Brown, Pearl Kovach,
Virginia Lyman, Nancy McLaughlin, Joan
Bruse, Ruth Bauer, Esther Demetral, June
Sixth Row: Pat Ames, Norah Beattie, Terry
Smith, Amy Hollis, Betty Hein. Geraldine
I Reisz, Marcella Vakerics, Anastasia Peppas.
Seventh Row: Elma Cochran, Carol Elbert,
Carol Gehl, Ann Bruck, Joan Brasselle, Joan
Kritzell, Jeanette Staskiews, Joan Penfound.
JUNIOR Y-TEEN CLUB-This year's Junior Y-
Teens with 75 members have participated inmany
interesting programs with Mrs. W. K. Martling as
After having movies on swimming, the girls had
a swimming party to start off the season. Instead
of a Halloween party for themselves, they gave one
for the Children's Home in Oberlin.
Ideas on vocations were gleaned at an evening
meeting when four professionals told about their oc-
A highlight of the Yuletide season was a Christ-
mas party with the Junior Hi-Y. An interesting fea-
ture in January was a cosmetic demonstration by a
A dance in the gym, penny supper, the annual
Spring Formal, a Senior Farewell Breakfast were en-
joyed in the latter months of the year.
Meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday
of the month. The officers are President, Lois Tat-
tersallg Vice-President, Lois Page, Secretary, Yvonne
Turekg and Treasurer, Carol Gehl.
STRING ENSEMBLE PLAYS AT WEOL
STRING ENSEMBLE-Among the programs played by the E. H. S. String En-
semble was the opening broadcast of the High School Radio program at Station WEOL
on March 4. The selections used were vocal solos by Shirlianne Guth, special ensemble
arrangements by Mr. Davis, and musical comedy tunes from well-known shows.
The picture taken during the actual broadcast by Mr. Earl Lautenschleger was used
as a cover illustration for the May issue of "Triad," official publication of the Ohio Music
Education Association. It was selected because of the action portrayed and the true-to-
life impression it holds.
Left to Right- Sidney Davis, violing Nancy ling Charmaine Kranyak, pianog Shirley Guth,
Pickard, violing Mary Lou Lightfoot, bassg vocalistg Pat Carson, cellog Rudy Cross, cellog
Eleanor O'Million, violing Sally Gorham, vio- Edith Kaplan, viola.
HERALD C Photos J
Upper left: David Yost, Clyde Schroeclerg Upper right. Lou-'er left: Stephen Mihalis, Fern Kaye, Nancy Clay-
Phillip Strurhers, Ruth Blackstone, Eileen Baxter, Joan comb, pat Flynn? Lowe, ,igbn Ann Hoffman, phvms
Berger' , - Holliday, Clark Welch, Delores Sauer.
Middle left. Ed Seabold, Ethel Srmeberg, Art Ketchum,
THE SCHCOL NEWSPAPER
THE ORCHESTRA APPEARS IN CONCERT
THE ELYRIA HIGH HERALD
During the past school year, there were sixteen is-
sues of The Elyria High H e-rald. A bi-monthly news-
paper, it is Written and edited by students interested
in journalism and photography.
This year's staff was headed by Editor-in-Chief
Ethel Steinberg, news editor Eddie Seabold, sports
editors Chuck Boals and Les Spike, and photogra-
phers Clyde Schroeder and Dave Yost.
Among the 1948-49 Elyria news events were
President Harry S. Truman's visit to Elyria and the
visit of Olympic Champion Harrison Dillard of Bald-
win-Wallace College. Both events were covered by
Herald reporters and photographers.
New columns initiated into The Herald were
"Chatting," "Meet the People," and "Personalities on
Parade." This year's paper carried the names of more
hundreds of E. H. S. students. Every issue averaged
three or four photographs.
The H emld is a member of the National Scholastic
Press Association and the Columbia Scholastic Press
Association. On April 23, the staff traveled to Kent
State University to attend the Eighth Annual Kent
journalism Clinic. Various articles and columns were
entered in Clinic contests.
THE E. H. S. ORCHESTRA
The orchestra, of forty members, twenty of whom
are string players, is directed by Mr. Sidney Davis.
The full orchestra rehearses on Monday and Thurs-
day. On Tuesday Mr. Davis meets with the string
The orchestra played at "Open House," and at the
All-School Play. The Band, the A Cappella Choir,
and the Orchestra joined in a Mid-Winter Concert
this year on February 3 and 4.
The orchestra has played several new selections
this year. Some of them are: Rogers' and Hart's
"Falling In Love With Love," "Chop Sticks," and
"La Vie Parisiennef'
Our present plans include au trip to Cleveland for
a symphony concert or an operetta.
Left to Right-Back Row: Sidney Davis, Directorg
Mary I.. Lightfoot, string bass, Jim Knott, string bass,
Jim Jordan, string bass, Richard Eschtruth, bassoong Bob
Palmer, bass clarinet, Walter Cross, tenor saxophoneg
John Grundy, alto sax, Dick Speigle, alto sax, Jay Ross,
alto saxg Bill Wilson, trumpet, Phyllis Holliday, trumpet,
Don Hange, trumpet, Norman Folley, trombone, Bob
Pierce, tympanig George Miller, snare drum.
Left to Right - Center: Sally Gorham, Elinor McCord,
Joanne Hollis, Nancy Wainwright, Elinor O'Million, Pat
Carson, Nancy Pickard, Betsy McDonald, Carol Williams,
Jim Ware, Mary Jane Smith, Marianne Frank, Bob Strom,
Carol Aldrich, Evelyn Tkacs, Edith Kaplan, Elizabeth
Hess, Gretchen Hoch, Phyllis Kemble, Beatrice Willets,
Yvonne Turek, Arlene Bergman. Charmaine Kranyak,
THE PRINTING SHOP-The printing class of
Elyria High School enrolls twelve boys, nine seniors
and three juniors. Their main work consists of print-
ing, cutting, padding, and setting up jobs. Most of
these jobs are supplied by the Board of Education
and the Parent-Teacher Association. The needs of
these organizations run to tickets, programs, sched-
ules, and notices. The shop has two presses called
platen presses. The 50 type cases used are the Cali-
fornia job cases. The students cut all their own paper
for the various jobs and are in the SB and 6th period
class every day. This course is very helpful to the
boys who plan to go into printing shops after they
graduate. The class is under the direction of E. R.
Laver, right. In the photo appear jim Miller, left
and Sherman Mellinger, right. They are not enrolled
in the classg they were asked by the photographer to
pose because they happened to be near and the class
was not in session.
The boys learn how to feed the printing presses
and set up type by hand in sticks. After a iob has
Left to Righl-First Row: Alex White,
Sue Helfrich, Pauline Burns, Dorcas Strause,
been set up, it has to be locked in a chase to
get it ready for the press. After it has been
locked up it is put in the press and a proof
is taken. The boys read the proof for typo-
graphical errors. After correcting their mis-
takes they return the job to the press and
the number of cards or tickets ordered is
run off. After the job has been run off,
the boys distribute the type, placing it in
the right cases.
DRIVERS' TRAINING - Many eager students
have enrolled in Mr. Gleason's Drivers, Training
Classes this past year. One important requirement of
this course is that a student must be sixteen years of
age before entering the class and must also be in
good health, that is, he must have no harmful physi-
Besides learning the use of the car's apparatus,
young drivers are taught the operation of the inside
mechanism of the car.
A 1949 Mercury furnished by the Ford dealers of
Elyria is used in this course. Regular visits from the
State Highway Patrol Officer of this district are con-
sidered an interesting and educational part of the
The Drivers' Training Course has proved to be
one of the most aggressive in Elyria High School and
is directed under the able leadership of Mr. Owen
Gleason. A certificate and recognized drivers license
can be obtained by all students passing the course at
the end of the semester.
PRINTING it DRIVERS' TRAINING
METAL WORK it MECHANICAL DRAWING
METAL WORK-Don Morris at the left is us-
ing a burring machine. This machine is one of the
most difficult of the rotary machines to operate. To
produce an evenly burred edge, a knack of holding
the job in the proper position and turning the rolls
at the proper speed is required. This machine is used
to turn up edges before putting on the top or bottom.
jim Rutter in the center is making a piece of tin
round by bending it around a round piece of metal.
Bob McCrann, at the right, is using a shop roll
forming machine. This machine is used to form ma-
terial into curved shapes, and, therefore, it is used
frequently by the sheet metal worker. The front rolls
feed the material while the rear roll deflects the
sheet upward to form the curvature. The spacing of
the rear roll determines the curvature of the job and
is adjusted by knurled adjustment screws at the rear
of each housing.
The bottom front roll and the rear roll have three
circular grooves of different radii for rolling jobs
with outside wired edges. The top roll has the same
kind of circular grooves on the opposite end or r
There is Mechanical Drawing I made up mostly
of freshmen. They are taking drawing for the first
time and are studying for more advanced phases of
drawing. Then there is the Mechanical Drawing II
or Machine Drawing class, which covers machine
drawings, inking, and blue printing. The third year
is called Mechanical Drawing III, or Advanced Draw-
ing. They cover any work which they missed in their
first two years. They also do drawings for the dif-
ferent shops and offices in school. The last group
is a rotating Industrial Arts I Drawing class, which
is one of four subject fields that only Freshmen may
enter. It is only nine weeks long. It enables the stu-
dent to learn the basic fundamentals of drawing and
to advance more rapidly in his other shop courses.
This year the drawing department was one of the
shops remodeled under the new Industrial Art sys-
tem which ,included 30 new benches, new lighting
system, and a new "blueprint" machine. The boy
seated between Mr. Morris and Mr. Hall is Bob
for rolling jobs with inside wired edges. The
grooves can be used to form wire for han-
dles and wired edges.
The boys in the background are working
at their benches, where almost every kind of
tool is needed for sheet metal work.
MECHANICAL DRAWING - Approx-
imately 82 students are enrolled in the four
different drawing classes taught by Mr. Hall
in room 200.
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AUTO-MECHANICS - The Auto-Me-
chanic Course is part of the new industrial
program introduced in Elyria High School
this year. In the picture are Mike Poulos,
Joe Pronesti, and Jim Byam, who are strip-
ping down an engine, checking, and measur-
ing worn parts. The boys who have the
MACHINE SHOP - The Machine Shop is a
place where metal parts are cut to a size required and
put together to form mechanical units or machines.
If one spends the day in our machine shop, one
would see lathes, drill presses, grinders, milling ma-
chines, and shapers in operation.
One's first project in the machine shop is a straight
turning exercise- the making of a mandrel. A man-
drel is a piece of steel which is cut to a required size
and pressed into holes so you can turn up pieces with
holes in them on lathes or milling machines.
The running of a lathe is about the most interest-
ing thing in the machine shop, cutting pieces to re-
quired sizes, threading, cutting tapers, drilling, and
sometimes even grinding on a lathe if one has the
The most ingenious thing in the machine shop is
Auto-Mechanic Course the first four periods
of the day have been working on live en-
gines and learning the trade through practi-
The boys in the class work on their own
cars much of the time, their friends some-
times want work done on their cars.
the milling machine with its dividing head which is
geared 40 to 1, this means that forty turns of the
lever will move the piece one complete revolution.
This is used for accurate work such as making taps,
reamers, counterborers, drills, and many other things.
The shaper is used to plane flat surfaces the right
width, size, or shape required. It works like a wood
plane that is used by hand except that this is a ma-
chine which has a ram that goes back and forth to
which is fastened a tool and tool holder. The Shaper
has an automatic feed. When the ram goes forward,
it chips off the metal, when it is coming back, it
feeds into the next cut. .
In machine shop one of the things most stressed is
safety. One could get badly mutilated, have his fin-
gers cut off, or have his hair pulled out, or even get
killed. Hence, it is wise to observe all safety rules
in the machine shop.
AUTO MECHANICS it MACHINE SHOP
WELDING - Welding is a course given to the
junior and Senior boys if they wish to take it. The
class is not all welding, but it is a combination of
shop work and related information. Both of these
are most essential to the training of the boys, for one
without the other makes a course that isn't complete.
In the shop the boys learn to weld together the
different types of steel and alloys. Their work is
graded according to the quality and standard given
for good welds. At times, each boy gets a side pro-
ject which he completes with a little aid from the
instructor. All boys are given equal attention and
guidance in their work so that no one gets behind
the rest of the class.
At this time, the shop in which the boys work is
not fully equipped to the best advantage, but each
day, more and more equipment is being put into use.
Since the first of the year conditions have been im-
proved under the supervision of Mr. Morris, Mr.
Richard and the co-operation of the boys.
After the boys have completed school, they will
have learned enough to give them a good start in
the welding industry. Since welding is an up and
coming process used in manufacturing, the welding
course is something which is needed to advance boys
in this field.
ELECTRICITY - INDUSTRIAL ARTS
I - In the electrical shop the boys, of In-
dustrial Arts I are given an opportunity to
find out by "doing" whether or not they
have some aptitude and interest for things
electrical. Here for nine weeks they study
at first hand the electromagnet, batteries,
generators, motors, circuits, and meters.
Every boy is required to complete a pro-
ject such as the construction of a toy motor,
the making of an electric stove, a table lamp
or some similar undertaking which will dem-
onstrate the fundamentals of electrical sci-
At the present time electricity is given
only in the first year of high school. It is
hoped that the interest in the electrical shop
will increase to the point where advanced
courses will be offered.
ART DISPLAY - In this picture, three
art students are setting up a display of art
for Open House on November 4, 1948.
The work was done in the Design and
Craft I and II classes. In these classes, which
hold double periods each day, work is done
4 in ceramics, wood, silver, leather, stenciling,
During the last six weeks' period of the
year, the smdents are permitted to work in
any field they choose, based on the one
which they have enjoyed the most during
the year. Some have chosen new fields this
year, such as knitting, sewing, and plastics.
Left to Right: Charles Schnuerer, Beryl
Pohorence, and Molly Blair.
WOODWORKING -- Cabinet Making is taught
by Mr. Ringer in the Washington basement. A pre-
course to cabinet making is woodwork which teaches
a boy how to use the hand tools such as saws, planes,
and chisels. V
After he has learned the fundamentals of wood-
working he can advance into cabinet making and
make projects for his home at a very low cost.
Wlien you go into this course, the instructor will
explain how to use the jointer, planet, band saw,
shaper, lathes, table saw, and a few other power tools
which you could not use in your course of wood-
After you have learned how to use the power tools,
you are then ready to make projects of your own,
such as bookshelves, lamps, cedar chests, tables, desks,
chairs, and any other project you might like to build.
You should have done at least three main projects
by the end of the school year.
You can learn many things in the course that you
may not have knownbefore, as how to glue two
boards together so it will look like one solid board.
After you have a project completed, the instruc-
tor will show you how to put a finish on. At the
end of the year you will have some nice furniture
which you can take home.
ik ART DISPLAY
GERMAN CLUB it NATIONAL THESPIANS
GERMAN CLUB - Any student in either of the
two beginning German classes or the one advanced
class is privileged to join German Club.
Mr. Owen Gleason is the adviser and the officers
for this year are George Ligotke, Presidentg Chuck
Shaffer, Vice-Presidentg jane Smith, Secretaryg and
Leonard Gould, Treasurer. Helen Dugar is the club's
representative to Youth Council.
One of the major projects of the year is the Ger-
man Club danceg the proceeds are used to sponsor
a picnic, a major annual event.
The dance, the picnic and German itself are en-
joyed by all the members of the club and will always
be a bright memory in their high school days.
THE NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY -- This
year Elyria High School's Department of Dramatics
applied for and received membership in the Nation-
al Thespian Society. Installation, by members of the
Thespian Troupe of Rocky River High School, took
place on February 21.
The Thespian Troupe will serve as an inner circle
ofthe more experienced students within the Players'
Club. Its aim is to promote higher standards of par-
ticipation and leadership among students active in
dramatic arts. Its insignia consists of two masks
Ccomedy and tragedyj, facing in opposite directions
and resting against a polished or jeweled "T" in blue,
with the word "Thespian" in the crossbar.
Left to Right-Firrt Row: Shirley Whit-
acre, Evelyn Sokol, Lois Tedrow, Shirley Wil-
liams, Jane Smith.
Second Row: Helen Dugar, Ruth Ockajik,
joan Bruse, Elma Cochran, Bill Wooden.
Third Row: Jay Ross, Jack Tillack, Don
Peters, James Shebek, George Ligotke, Bill
Left to Right - Firrt Row: Betsy McDonald,
Helen Dugar, Jane Gentzel, Mary Jensen, Mary
Louise Lightfoot, Martha Keeth.
Second Row: Phil Struthers, George Ligotke,
Bill Wilshire, Larry Selka, Bob Strom, Booth
AMERICAN LEGION ESSAY CONTEST
Left to right-Front row: Sophie Traicoff, jean Kader, Jane Fauver, Jane Gentzel, Martha
Keech, Carole Elbert, Conna Schwind and Patrica Flynn.
Second row: Betsy MacDonald, Helen Dugar, Dave Sigel, Richard Thompson, Douglas Burgett,
Byron Morris, Betty Anne Halsey, Carol Aldrich, and Commander Lucas R. Boyson.
Third row: Jerry Pietch, Richard Johns, Robert Strom, Ray Thompson, Lawrence Tibbals, Jim
Miller, George Traicoff, and Bill Wilson.
AMERICAN LEGION ESSAY - The above pic-
ture shows the boys and girls who, according to the
judges, wrote the best essays on the topic, "The
American Way, What Is It?" Three boys and three
girls were chosen from each grade and were awarded
first, second, and third prizes of 35, 32, and Sl, re-
spectively. An extra S2 was given to George Trai-
coff for a grand prize. Seven of the eight essays
placed first in the county contest.
George Traicoff's essay is printed below.
THE AMERICAN WAY - WHAT IS IT?
True Americanism, what is it-where can it be found!
Surely not only on the tongue, nor in the clothes we wear,
nor necessarily among the well educated, nor in the common
laborer. Its home is not the broad plains of the Middle
West, nor the busy active city, not among the trees of wild
forests nor the cultured schools and colleges. Its home is
in the heart and soul of the American people. The Ameri-
can Way of which l am speaking may have many different
accents, but it speaks only one language, it follows a hun-
dred paths towards the same ideal, and it performs a thou-
sand acts of loyalty to that ideal.
True Americanism is to believe that the Constitutional
rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are en-
dowed to every American by God. It is also to believe that
any power that tries to take these rights from us is unfair
and unjust. Every true American must believe that taxation
without representation is tyranny, that the government must
rest upon the consent of the governed, and that the people
should choose their own leader. For these ideals and privi-
leges our forefathers fought the Revolutionary War. For
these ideals the American people have fought four wars with
other nations when they tried to take these rights from us.
If the American Way is to continue to exist as we now
know ir, it is necessary for each American to believe that
union is as much a human necessity as liberty is a divine
gift. Never again must any state or group of states try to
secede from the Union for their own selfish reasons. Never
again must any two groups of states take up arms against
each other and fight a useless, bloody war as we did in the
Civil War. If we are to survive, we must never let indi-
vidual jealousy interfere with our national patriotism.
A true American is one who is always willing to give his
whole service in property, in labor, and if necessary, in life.
We do not have to go far for examples of these, we merely
have to go back three or four years when we were fighting a
great war against the Axis and Japanese powers. lt was then
that the true American Way became clear to the entire world.
All worked for a common obiective-the defeat of a com-
mon enemy. All gave something-many gave all!
Thus true Americanism is an ideal embodied within an
American who, whether rich or poor, whether dwelling in
the East, West, North, or South, whether merchant, manu-
facturer, scholar, professional man, farmer, or skilled laborer,
lives the life of a good citizen and good neighbor. The
American XVay lies within the man who believes loyally
and with all his heart in the ideals and privileges of his
country, who directs both his private and public life by
sound princiolesg and who trains his child for a useful life
and teaches him to serve. and to respect his country's flag.
It is this man who truly lives in the American Way.
AMERICAN LEGION ESSAY CCNTEST
i The Drum Malor Sfrufs . . .
CHEERLEADERS -- For the first time in quite
a few years, Elyria High had two squads of cheer-
leaders. The varsity squad is composed of Barbara
Kolopus, Pat Haury, Ann Dunn, Gerry Given, Mose
Hammons, and George Traicoff. The Reserve squad
was made up of Irene Rago, Kay Sexton, Ronald
Brotherton and Sammy Hutchinson.
Many events highlighted the year for this group.
The cheerleaders received new uniforms. The jack-
ets were reversible and could be worn in rain or
shine. Toward the end of the football season, the
squads traveled to Lakewood for the first Lake Erie
League Cheerleader conference. Mose Hammons and
Ann Dunn appeared on the panel that discussed some
of the problems and advantages of being a cheerlead-
er. Questions were asked -by the different schools
participating. After the panel, Coach Ness of Lake-
wood gave the athletes a comprehensive idea of the
cheerleaders part in athletics. Then the band di-
rector of Lorain High spoke on "Cheers with the
Band." This was an extra special occasion because
we wore our new uniforms for the first time. Rhodes
Left to Right- Firrt Row: Irene Rago, Ann
Second Row: Kay Sexton, Pat Haury, Bar-
Third Row: George Traicoff, Fred Ham-
mons, Ronald Brotherton, jerry Givens.
cheerleaders, Cleveland Champions, entertained with
This year the cheerleaders attended every away
game except Youngstown and met many nice peo-
ple. And who will ever forget those bus trips!
The Varsity E club presented a banner to the
school to take to games to designate our cheering
section. This banner was presented to Principal Wil-
son at an assembly and Mr. Wilson in turn turned
it over to the cheerleaders for them to take the re-
sponsibility of using it. When this banner is not in
use, it hangs next to the picture of our undefeated
team in Technical first floor hall.
The group also traveled to Akron for the basket-
ball tournaments. This was made possible by the
On April 50 the Booster Club asked us to sell
football tickets for the 1949 season and also mem-
berships in the Booster Club. We worked in the
three banks uptown from 9 to 3.
All in all, it has been a big year for the cheer-
leaders of EHS and certainly one we'll never forget.
WE RALLY TO THE CHEERLEADERS
THESE MEN DIRECT ATHLETICS
PERSONNEL OF OUR ATHLETIC
Director of Atbleticr - -
Freshmen - -
- A. N. Smith
- E. J. Burton
- John Cabas
2 Hal Block
l Robert Ringer
I Frank Sowecke
- Hal Block
- Carl Hall
These men spend many hours training the various
athletic teams that represent "good old E. H. S." In
their hands rests the opportunity to mold the youth
of our city into spirited, forceful "Pioneer" teams on
the gridiron, basketball floor, baseball field, cinder
track and tennis court.
Our boys gain many valuable lessons from the
teachings of our coaches, lessons that have a tremen-
dous carry-over value, such as: fair play, loyalty, team-
work, and co-operation. Our boys learn to accept
responsibility from their coaches.
Elyria, as a community, owes a debt of gratitude to
its coaches, not alone for the victories, but even more
for the lasting influence of these men on the youth
of the city.
Sitting: Ed. Burton, John Cabas, A. N. Smith, Don Mcllroy, Frank Sowecke.
Stfmding: Robert Baeder, Robert Ringer, Ralph Bauer, Don Phillips, Hal Block, Carl Hall.
TONY CURCILLO, Co-capr.
DON SOMMERS, Tackle
PHIL HAHN, Halflmck
ANDY ARVAY, End
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Jos HALL, Guard En KAYLOR, Tackle
FIFTEEN FOOTBALL HEROES SAY
Y Y Elyria High School is proud of these fifteen Senior football play-
? ? ers. Although the season's record was not the best, these senior players
V v gave their all and it can be said that they looked good even in defeat.
The outstanding seniors on this year's team were Tony Curcillo,
Q Q Andy Arvay, Ken Gerber, jim Lear, Phil Hahn, and Don McGinley.
These boys were holdovers from the championship team of 1947. Andy
Q Q Arvay won the Jr. Chamber of Commerce award for the "outstanding
lineman of the year" and Co-captain Curcillo received honorable men-
Q Q tion on the all-state team at fullback.
FAREWELL TO OUR
KEN GERBER, Taakle DAVE KELLEY, Cerner
ALEX LEKO, End DON THOMPSON, Center
FAREWELL TO ELYRIA HIGH
Particularly heart-breaking for these fifteen seniors was the last
game of the season with Lorain. Leading 6-0 with but three minutes
to go, Elyria was forced to kick to Lorain. Lorain took the ball deep
in their own territory and by running and passes scored the tying
touchdown. After missing the first try after point, Lorain was given
the second try because of twelve men on the field, and kicked the
point that won the game. It was a tough one for the boys to lose as
well as for Coach Cabas.
We will miss you Seniors and E. H. S. wishes you success in the
years to come . . .
JIM LBAR, Co-capt.
GEORGE O'DELL, Guard
DICK PYCRAFT, Halfback
STEVE GORBICS, Guard DoN MCGINLEY, End
Kneeling Left to Right: Ted Hopkins, Foot-
ball, Basil Modock, Basketball, Bob Cochrane,
Football and Baseball, joe Marsico, Basketball.
Standing Left to Right: Don Ignasik, Track:
Charles Travers, Football and Baseballg Don
Scarbrough, Football and Track, Richard
Bartholomew, Baseballg Dave Yost, Basketball,
E. J. Burton, Equipment Managerg John
Valach, Football. -
Front Row-Left to Right: john jasper,
Jim Smith, Byron Morris, George Ligotke.
Bach Rom--Left to Righl: Coach Don Mc-
Ilroy, Don lgnasik, Bill Walker, Bernie Even-
chik, Ray Gehl.
"THE UNSUNG HEROES" - Back of the scenes
in all of our Major sports is a supporting cast whose
responsibility it is to see that all members are pro-
perly equipped. This requires many hours of work
by the managers you see pictured here.
A manager is selected by the screening process.
He must be honest, loyal, willing to work long hours,
and be interested in sports. For his efforts a mana-
ger at E. H. S. receives a letter award similar to the
Varsity team, after he has had two years' experience.
A Freshman manager receives a numeral.
Our equipment manager, Mr. Ed. Burton, is in
charge of the selecting of these managers. Keeping
each boy's equipment, checking supplies, and sten-
ciling all of the same requires a tremendous amount
of work. With the help of these boys Mr. Burton
has made this department a model which is being
copied by many schools. Mr. Burton is also our foot-
ball Photographer, taking movies of all the games.
TENNIS - The year 1948 proved to be the most
exciting year for the Pioneer Tennis Team. At the
time of the final Elyria-Lakewood meet, Elyria was
tied with Lakewood for first place in the Western
Division. As it happened, Elyria lost the match 2-3,
giving Lakewood a 1 point advantage. However,
this team made the best record for Elyria in ten
This spring Elyria entered the Greater Cleveland
Tennis League. In this league Elyria met University
High School, Rhodes High School, Berea High
School, and St. Ignatius High School.
Beginning next fall, the Lake Erie League will not
be divided into the Eastern and Western Division.
Season's Record - Elyria 3, Lorain 2g Elyria 2,
Lakewood 3, Elyria 3, Lorain 2, Elyria 2, Lake-
wood 33 Elyria 1, Faculty 3.
THE TENNIS MEN
For most girls of Elyria High School there is one
club that means more to them than any other club in
the school. That club, of course, is Leaders' Group.
The reason Leaders' Group is so well-liked is that the
club stands for the qualities of sportsmanship, loyalty,
honesty, and leadership, which every girl desires to
Services rendered by Leaders' Group are: ushering
at football games, supervising intramural sports of
girls, taking attendance in the girls' gym classes, and
helping to keep the classes in order. Other activities
of Leaders' Group are the annual Thanksgiving Re-
union Dance, and the group picnic in the spring.
This group is made up of junior and senior girls
who have ability in sports, and average or above in
scholastic standing, cleanliness in body and mind, the
qualities of honesty, loyalty, sincerity and co-opera-
tion, all of which go to make up a person who is a
The officers of the club are President, Joan Kres-
pachg Vice-President, Barbara Rodgers, Secretary-
Treasurer, Beverly Hartman, and Point Chairman
LEADERS' GROUP INITIATION
In November Leaders' Group initiated twenty-
eight new members into its midst, and this is the
way they did it.
The inductees were allowed to wear no make-up
to school and had to wear red anklets and a big red
ribbon in their hair. Ah, but that was not all. In
the evening all met at the court house steps and each
girl had to have a dishpan and wear a kitchen uten-
sil in her hair. Then they were marched all over
town. They had to do everything from shining shoes
with a toothbrush to pushing a pan up the street
with her nose.
Later on, all proceeded to the High School cafe-
teria and the "old" leaders ate the food the new
leaders had brought with them. V
A good time was had by all.
Left lo Right - Fir-.rt Row: Fern Kaye, Carol
Elbert, Rosemary Kurek, Pat Gibbens, Shirley
Bills, Barbara Rodgers, Moira Kirkpatrick,
Beverly Hartman, Joan Brasselle.
Second Row: Yvonne Turek, Shirley Van
Duyke, jo Ann Bally, Barbara McDivitt, Na-
dine Telzerow, Grace Mairoca, Sallye Gehrke,
Mary Ann Gawura, Elaine Mclntyre, Eileen
Baxter, Miss Fosselius.
Third Ro-uf: Lois Tatrersall, Jane Smith,
Della Malinowski, Joan Bruse, Lois Page,
Nancy Baker, Joan Tsarones, Ruth Bauer,
Betty Bisbing, jean Snoble. Beverly Harris,
Fourth Row: Nancy Brodbeck, Ruth Black-
stone, Audrey Coon, Elma Cochran, June
Glasse, Shirlianne Guth, Dorothy Cooley, Ruth
Okajick, joan Krespach.
Fifth Row: Blanche Montgomery, joan
Stanford, Antoinette Luppino, Laura Vargo,
Laura Fisher, Ann Dunn, Evelyn Sokol, Helen
Dugar, Lois Tedrow.
LEADERS' GROUP INITIATION
Left to Right-First Row: Evelyn Sokol,
Laura Fisher, Joanne Stanford, Lois Tedrow,
Helen Dugar, Lois Tattersall, jane Smith,
Yvonne Turek, Mary Ann Gawura.
Second Row: Sally Gehrke, Ruth Bauer,
Donna Brecknock, Nancy Brodbeck, Joan Tsa-
rones, Lois Page, Esther Demetral, Beverly
Harris, jean Snoble.
Third R011-'.' Mary Lou Miller, joan Bruse,
Ruth Ockajik, Rosemary Kurek, Fern Kaye,
Elma Cochran, June Glasse, Carole Elbert,
Moira Kirkpatrick, Joan Brasselle.
Left zo Right - Firr! Row: Coach Cabas, joe Hall, Don Thompson, George O'Dell, Ken Greber, Tony Curcillo, Jim Lear
Andy Arvay, Don McGinley, Phil Hahn, Bob Messaros, Dave Kelly, Asst. Coach Harold Block.
Second Row: Asst. Coach Bob Baeder, Rudy Davis, Howard Looks, Nathaniel Hopkins, Don Hawke, Ed Kaylor, Don
Sommers, Russ Sherman, Ray Towler, Roy West, Tom Farmer, Tom Ristas, Asst. Coach Don Phillips.
Third Row: Philip Webb, Dick Pycraft, Steve Gorbics, Alex Leko, Dick Lawrence, Richard Patak, Rudy Cross, Dave An
ton, Herman Larkins, Jim Borthwick, Jim McNulty, Manager Bob Smith.
Sept. 14-Elyria 12 Toledo Devilbiss 19
Sept. 24-Elyria 25 Sandusky 0
Oct. 1-Elyria 0 Shaker Heights 1 5
Oct. 9-Elyria 1 2 Lakewood 27
Oct. 15-Elyria 12 Youngstown South 1 8
Oct. 2 2-Elyria 13 Cleveland Heights 1 5
Oct. 29-Elyria 7 Shaw 19
Nov. 5-Elyria 15 Fremont 7
Nov. 1 2-Elyria 6 Lorain 7
Total Elyria 100
Total Opponents 125
Won - 2 Lost - 6 Tied - 1
Although they put on display one of their best
all around opening game performances in several
years, Elyria High's Pioneers were forced to accept
the short end of a 19-12 score in their clash with
Toledo Devilbiss' Tigers.
Playing our first game under the new coach
Johnny Cabas, the Pioneers were defeated but far
from Disgraced. Breaks of the game for Toledo
decided the issue. Showing excellent game form,
in top physical form and showing unfailing signs
of being well coached, up against a veteran foe,
the Elyrian eleven committed several mistakes,
which proved costly.
Roaring back from a 19-12 defeat in the season
opener, Elyria crashed the victory column by
trouncing Sandusky High's Blue Streaks 25-0. Ely-
ria's ability to capitalize on breaks was a big fac-
tor in deciding the issue which was the third
straight Elyria victory in the rivalry.
The Pioneers displayed a marked superiority
through most of the tussle and rightfully earned
In falling before Shaker Height's Reel Raiders,'
Elyria's inexperience was the deciding factor. In
trying to uphold the reputation gained by the
great 1947 football team, the Pioneers although
gaining early season power dropped considerably
in this contest. The statistics favored Elyria but
the score goes down on the record books.
Elyria's all-around play was greatly improved
over the previous week's engagement and although
Lakewood led all the way, they were never sure of
the win until the final gun. Actually it was a close
hard fought game with Lakewood holding a
weight and an experience edge. The Pioneers'
showing was very noteworthy even with the score
27-12 against them.
Completely outplaying the visitors during the
first half, the Pioneers did an about face and blew
a first half score of 12-0 and ended the Youngs-
town South game with an 18-12 score against
them. This defeat brought to light the record of
one win against four losses although great foot-
ball had been displayed by the local eleven.
A highly under-rated Elyria eleven traveled to
Cleveland Heights and barely missed a victory and
establishing the greatest upset of the 1948 Lake
Erie League race. The final outcome was in doubt
throughout this bitterly contested game and could
have gone either way. In barely missing victory
the Pioneers established a new precedent to be
looked upon by its followers. The final result
was a 13-13 tie.
During a dense fog, the like of which has never
been seen on the Elyria gridiron, the Pioneers were
humbled by Shaw's eleven 19-7. Throughout most
of the contest the spectators were unable to ob-
serve Elyria's play because of the blanket. The
play was somewhat improved over former per-
formances but the Pioneers were up against a
Before a rain-soaked Fremont audience Elyria's
Pioneers captured their second victory of the sea-
son and proudly repeated history as it was the
second time in two years that Fremont had been
upset by an Elyria eleven. Up until this game
Fremont was rated as the second best team in
Northwestern Ohio with a record of seven straight
victories. Playing during a drizzly rain with the
field covered with thick mud the Pioneers came
from behind to win 13-7.
During the traditional Elyria-Lorain rivalry, Lo-
rain came from behind with two minutes to play
and scored a touchdown and an extra point to de-
cision Elyria after a hard, rugged battle. The vic-
tory was in doubt most of the way and was one
of the most gruelling battles ever fought between
the two teams. Except for a break for Lorain it
might have ended in a 6-6 tie instead of a 7-6
win for Lorain. b
HOW THE BALL CARRIERS FARED
Curcillo 1 39
Hopkins 3 1
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Lffl 10 Right- Fifi! Row: Bob Cochrane, Bob Shaffstall, Jim Halitzka, Carol Booth, Sidney Byars, Boyd Cameron, Frank
Talarski, Phil Webb, Dick Schwind, Anthony jesewski.
Second Rouf: Bob Hettler, Dick Parak, Dick Kaywell, Ronald Roling, Bill Leonard, Karl Baun, Dave Persons, Dick Bara,
Bruce Bierbower, Bob Baiter.
Tbirrl Row: Bert Provoznik, Phil Perkins, Silas Shannon, jim Prohaska, Bill Farr, Dick Resar, john West, Bob Williams,
Bob Thatcher, Bob Messaros, Al Beckloff.
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Left to Right- Firrt Row: Howard Gard, John Oseka, Rudy Davis, Fred Fitzpatrick, Sid Byars, Bob Palmer, Don Gates
Ronnie McDaniels, Phil Webb, Silas Shannon, Bob Warner, jack Tillack.
Second Row: Coach Don Phillips, Mgr. Don Ignasik, Russ Sherman, Don Sommers, Fred Hammons, Herman Larkrns
Eugene Standen, Frank Bago, Bob Dickerson, Bob Hettler, Phil Hahn, Don McGinley, Bob Johnson, Walter Warner, Nate
Hopkins, Bill Meeker, Mgr. Don Scarbrough, Coach Bob Ringer.
Third Rom: Louis Scott, Bob DuBray, Bert Provoznik, Carl Baun, Gene Gargas, jack Johnston, David Froust, Walt Wil
hams, john Elliot, joe Hall, Gardner Caywood.
March 1 started the '49 season on the indoor
track. Forty-five candidates came out to the first
practice with lettermen Phil Hahn, Fred Hammon,
Rudy Davis, jack Tillack, Russ Sherman, Walt
Williams and Joe Hall.
After a month of indoor practice the weather
permitted the team to use the outdoor track. Then
the practices became strenuous because of time
trials in many events for places on the team.
The first meet of the '49 season will be held at
Ashland, April 12. Likely candidates to help the
lettermen very much this year are John Elliot, Don
McGinley, Sid Byars, Frank Bago, Nate Hopkins,
Don Sommers, Carl Larkins, Bert Provoznik,
Gardner Caywood, Phil Webb, Carl Baun and Bob
and Wig Warner.
The team this year is out to beat the record of
last year's squad which was 4-4. The 48 squad
was fortunate enough to have Joe Racz who set
a new record on the 440 yard dash at 52.4 sec-
onds. joe also qualified for the State Finals at
The outlook for this year's squad is very good.
For with such coaches as Mr. Don Phillips and
Mr. Bob Ringer we know the team will be vic-
1949 TRACK SCHEDULE
Tuesday April 12
Wednesday April 20
Monday April 25
Friday April 29
Tuesday May 3
Thursday May 5
Tuesday May 10
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Left to Right - Firsz Row: Dick Lawrence, Bob Strinka, Vlarren Southerden, Joe Dobrowski, jim Demetral, Lester Spike
Tom Ristas, Frank Schoditsch, Tony Curcillo.
Second Rout: Coach Bauer, Bob Cochrane-Mgr., Byron Morris, Jim Halitzka, Bob McCalister, Al Beauchemin, Fritz
Thornton, Tom Farmer, Bob Judy, Dick Bartholomew-Mgr.
Third Row: Bill Lilley. Rudy Cross, Alan McMann, Glen Slusher, Joe Pronesti, Mike Poulos, Harry Rutter, Mike Merva
1949 BASEBALL PROSPECTS
Because of the inclement weather it was impos-
sible for Coach Bauer to cut the squad in time to
meet the deadline for the Elyria picture. The
Elyrian sports staff wants to give you something
on the prospects for 1949.
Baseball has been steadily increasing in popu-
larity at E. H. S. At this writing sixty-eight boys
are trying out for the sport. Last year the Lake
Erie league again sponsored baseball and the "Pio-
neers" compiled a very commendable 7-4 record,
including an independent victory over the highly
rated Barberton Magics.
With only two lettermen back from last year's
team, Coach Bauer faces the difficult task of mold-
ing a winning combination for this season. Les
Spike, a fine pitcher, and Tony Curcillo, our in-
fielder, are the left overs for this year.
Plagued by early season bad weather the "Pio-
neers" have been unable to go at top speed but it
is hoped the team will be ready for the opening
game with Cleveland Heights April 9th.
The schedule again calls for ten games in the
Lake Erie league and the independent tussle with
The winner of the first half schedule will quali-
fy for the District baseball tournament. The Pio-
neers behind the fine pitching of Les Spike have
their sights set on the District Championship and
the trip to Columbus.
Left lo Right--Fir!! Row: Laurel Tilberg,
Fred Fitzpatrick, Rich Tarnowski, jim Rutter,
Pat Stuart, Harlan Chapman, Steve Traicoff,
Bill Yosa, Joe Feher, Ted Haurv.
Second Row: Coach Bader, Ray Hess, jim
Miller, Ed Sakal, Bob Phillips, Carl Larkins,
Louie Scott, jack Kaminski, Coach Bob Ringer.
Third Row: Gene Kasubinski, Ted Sage,
Bill Pitkin, Don Morris, Don Givens, Jamie
Alexander, Ray Flowers, Don Lang, Paul Cur-
cillo, jerry Baker.
.fate .an ' ,M Q1 . -,L -
FRESHMAN FOCTBALL 1949
The Frosh football team under the coaching of
Frank Sowecke and Bob Ringer turned in an un-
defeated season, winning nine straight. The first
team players were: ends, "Moon" Kasubinski
and Carl Larkinsg tackles, Don Morris and Ed
Sakalg guards, Bill Pitkin and Ray Flowers, center,
Jim Miller, quarterback, Paul Curcillog halfbacks,
Brick Fitzpatrick and Don Lang, alternating at full-
back were jack Kaminski and Louie Scott.
Upholding the Elyria-Lorain rivalry Elyria Frosh
defeated all four Lorain, Junior High football
teams. In addition to the regulars, our victory
streak was made possible by having strong reserve
When Coach Ralph Bauer surveyed the pros-
pects for the '48-'49 basketball season, the outlook
was not too bright. Although the players played
their best, the record doesn't indicate the real re-
Elyria High School Pioneer Cagers bit the dust
in the opening game of the season, dropping a
49-30 decision to Mansfield. Playing a poor sec-
ond quarter, the Pioneers were content to hold
them as close as they did.
The next game found Elyria clutching their first
win of the season out of two independent games,
winning 40-34 over Akron East.
The following game which was a Lake Erie
game against Cleveland Heights saw Elyria start
a long victory famine of five games. Displaying
a bad second quarter, the losers were content with
a 53-38 score. On December 17 Lakewood came
to town and the home team suffered its second
straight Lake Erie loss by a convincing 50-33
score. Four days before Christmas the Pioneers
were presented with a 39-30 lacing from San-
dusky in a game that marked poor play by both
teams. Being invited to a basketball carnival at
East Liverpool and Toronto, the Elyria team was
perfect guests as they dropped 55-28 and 45-33 to
those teams respectively. This swelled the oar-
rent losing streak to five games.
Led by Mike Merva's 14 points, the Pioneers
stormed from behind and snatched their second
victory of the season at the expense of Fremont
Battling furiously against a taller, more expe-
rienced Shaker Heights squad for three quarters,
Elyria's basketeers were' vanquished in the final
period and dropped a 43-36 decision. The follow-
ing week Elyria was completely outclassed by Shaw
Leading Lorain 28-13 at the half, Elyria coasted
the rest of the way to post a 41-39 victory over
Lorain for their first Erie win.
By outscoring Elyria badly in the second quar-
ter Cleveland Heights once again beat Elyria by a
38-35 margin. Lakewood on February 4, hum-
bled the Pioneers 58-31 to remain undefeated and
clinch the Lake Erie League. This same Ranger
squad which went to the finals of the regional be-
fore Ilosing grabbed an early lead and never re-
Bellevue then came to town and scored a close
52-51 victory over Elyria. Flashing their finest
form of the season, Elyria blasted Shaker 57-40 to
post their second Erie win. Showing their fight-
ing mettle Elyria High snatched their third Erie
win on the bandbox court of Shaw's 45-44 in an
Smashing a nine game losing streak, Lorain
Steelmen thrashed the Pioneers 47-44 thus gain-
ing revenge in the final regular season game.
Playing in the tournament, Elyria fared well,
winning the first from Wadsworth 42-35 but los-
ing the second to Cuyahoga Falls 47-29.
Four senior players will be gone when the
whistle blows for next season. The four are Tony
Curcillo, Al McMann, Chuck Boals, and Al Struck.
Back next year will be Mike Merva, Tom Farmer,
Don Hawke, Rudy Cross, Jay Weichel, Bob MC-
Callister, Ray Thompson, and Kenny Logan, a
promising sophomore who was moved up from
the Reserves late in the season. Also there are
some Reserve players that will help a lot.
VARSITY BASKETBALL MEMBERS
CML Bauer, Coachj
jay Weichel, Ray Thompson, Tom Farmer,
Tony Curcillo, Rudy Cross, Jack Tillack, Bob Mc-
Callister, Manager Dave Yost, Al McMann, Al
Struck, Ken Logan, Mike Merva, Don Hawk,
Chuck Boals, Manager Larry Wfells.
Out To Regain Lehi Championship
Coach Cabas had fourteen boys for the opening
tryouts in golf. A concerted effort is being made
to bring Elyria back into the running for District
Matches have been scheduled with Ashland,
Norwalk, Sandusky, Lakewood besides the Lake
Erie League and District Meet.
Dick Shedron is the only member returning
from last year's team. Coach Cabas expects sev-
eral outstanding players to be developed from the
following squad: Bill Mudge, Tom Farmer, Tom
Worden, Jerry Given, Gene Reynolds, jim Clif-
ford, Andy Arvay, Al McMullen, Bob Williams,
Best of luck, Golf Squad.
The freshman cagers had a good season and
ended up with eight wins and four losses. The
starting five were forwards jack Kaminski and
Fred "Brick" Fitzpatrick, center, Jim Miller,
guards, Eugene "Moon" Kasubinski and Don Lang.
Other letter winners were: Forwards, Don Morris
and Bob Phillips and center, jim McCord, mana-
gers, Richard Hirth and Richard Strickler. Lead-
ing scores this season were Moon Kasubinski,
Brick Fitzpatrick, and jim Miller.
FRESHMEN BASKETBALL MEMBERS
CMr. Hall, Coachj '
Hearth, Bill Yosa, Dick Strickler, Frederick
Fitzpatrick, Don Lang, jim Miller, Eugene Kasu-
binski, jack Kaminski, Dick Jantz, Bob Phillips,
Jim McCord, Don Morris, Bill Pitkin, Bill Crow,
Paul Curcillo, jerry Baker, Gilbert Rikert, Bob
Olson, jamie Alexander.
"NIGHT MUST FALL"
"NIGHT MUST FALL" was an exciting melo-
drama put on by Players' Club November 18 and
Danny, the bell boy from a nearby hotel, came
to live at the home of Mrs. Bramson, an elderly
lady. He soon gained her confidence by display-
ing false concern for her health. As the play
progressed, the audience soon realized that he had
committed one brutal murder and was about to
commit another. The victim was the only doubt.
He was saved from the police once by Olivia,
Mrs. Bramson's niece, but after his second murder
he was captured.
The Y-Ser Teens Club of Elyria High School
is a fairly new club, which started September
1946. The membership is usually between fifteen
and twenty girls. The only requirements are: to
be a student of Elyria High School and to be will-
ing to give loyal support to upholding good stand-
ards of the club.
Lots of fun, comradeship, and friendship was
the aim of the Y-Ser Teens this year. An inter-
esting program was planned for the year to hold
the interest of all the girls.
The first meeting of the year was held in Octo-
ber. Ir was a combined installation and a get-
acquainted meeting for its new freshman member.
In November a panel consisting of Joan Scott,
Louise Williams, Clarissa Boyd, Laura Fisher,
Moses Hammons, Leroy Goodson, Walter Cross
and Douglas Mitchell discussed the popular sub-
ject, "Are Juveniles Going Wild?"
In February a speaker who talked on "You and
Your Family" helped the girls solve many of their
problems. Also the report of the representatives,
joan Scott and Laura Fisher, who attended the
annual Y-Teen Conference at Denison Univer-
sity last summer, was given.
In March the girls staged "A Night In Mexico."
They sang Mexican songs and learned new dances.
They served Mexican foods and saw movies of
Mexico. They learned Spanish words for every-
Included in the cast was:
T be Lord Chief Justice - - Booru BAZLEY
- - - - - MARTIIA KEECI-I
- - MARY LOUISE LIGHTFOOT
Hubert Laurie ------ LARRY SBLKA
Nurre Libby -- - SHIRLIANNE GUTH
Mrs. Terence - - - MARY JENSEN
Dom Porkoe- - - - MAR JORIB SNYDER
Inspector Belrize - - - ROBERT STROM
Don ------- PHILLIP STRUTHERS
The play was directed by Miss Nina J. Baker.
day things such as school-La escuela, mild-
leche, teacher - el professor.
In April a carnival and another discussion on
the topic, Race Relationships, were held.
A reception for mothers was held in May. Elec-
tion of officers and a May Pole Dance set May
apart. The money from the dance went towards
sending a member to the summer Y-Teen Confer-
The clubyear of activities will close with a Sen-
ior Farewell Party in june.
The girls were privileged to render many ser-
vices during the year. They served at the Com-
munity Chest luncheon and took part in the World
Fellowship Drive. They sent a donation to the
movement to get a home for the Nixon Family,
which is fatherless with the mother supporting the
whole family of nine. They have been living in
a one room house. The girls also aided in the
selling of Easter Lilies.
Officers this year are as follows:
President -------- JOAN SCOTT
Vice P'e"ide'ft - LAURA FISHER
Secretary - - - - - - EVA CARTER
Tfearurer ------- SHIRLEY GRAY
Social Committee - lNoRINE WALKER
1 KATHERINE ALBRIGHT
Publicity - - - - - - JULIANN CRoss
The Freshman chapter of the Hi-Y was organ-
ized in the second semester. Because a late start
was made this year, we have not yet accomplished
much but we have many plans. At the present we
have a basketball league organized. Our Hi-Y
club is trying to promote a better Christian atti-
tude among its members. The Hi-Y organization
stands for clean living, clean speech, clean sports,
clean scholarship. With these ideals in mind we
hope to have a successful club. The officers of
the club are: President, Jim Miller, Vice President,
Jim Kimball, Secretary, Don Lang, Treasurer, Bob
Decker, Sergeant at Arms, Bill Thornton.
THE SCPHOMORE Hl-Y
The purpose of this club and all Hi-Y clubs is
"To create, maintain and extend throughout the
school and community high standards, of Chris-
There are four planks in the Hi-Y platform:
clean sports, clean speech, clean scholarship, and
The officers of Sophomore Hi-Y are President,
George Berg, Vice President, Byron Morris, Sec-
retary and Treasurer, Richard Barag Chaplain, Le-
roy Goodsong and club adviser, Mr. George
Our regular meetings are held on Thursday
evenings at 7:50 at the Y.M.C.A.
At the beginning of the year at our first meet-
ing we chose the following activities for the year:
Dad's night with speaker, joint meeting with Y-
Teens, going bowling or skating, using Y facil-
ities such as gym and swimming pool, having a
family night with a speaker, a trip to Nela Park
in Cleveland, a round table discussion, and pos-
sibly in the summer vacation an overnight camp-
ing trip at Camp I-See-kis.
YOUTH CCUNCIL AT WORK
A year ago, all that you ever heard on the loud-
speaker at Elyria High School was "Why wait for
what you can work for?" This slogan was in ref-
erence to the Elyria Youth Center which was just
then getting on its feet.
The first officers were President, Mose Ham-
monsg Vice-President, Tony Curcillog Recording
Secretary, Jane Gentzelg Corresponding Secretary,
Fern Kaye, and Treasurer, jerry Givens.
The Council was very fortunate at the begin-
ning of the summer to secure Miss Joan Brown as
director. The center was opened at the Y.W.C.A.
barn and operated Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
days. A snack bar, ping pong tables, dancing
space and games, plus the latest records, provided
The summer was very profitable as far as clien-
tele was concerned. The center supported itself,
and all went well all summer. Ten cents was
charged for the use of ping pong balls, and when
returned, the money was refunded. The cost of
membership for the summer was twenty-five cents.
The first big drive was a dance on June 18. There
was a gaily decorated membership booth at one
end of the floor. After that, memberships rolled
in, and all went well.
The biggest event of the summer was a night
club with all kinds of entertainment. The group
named it the Co-Co Cabana Club. The season
ended very well, and all enjoyed the summer pro-
When fall rolled around, we again began a pro-
gram, this time holding our sessions at the
Y.M.C.A. The season has progressed nicely. It
is hoped that in the future, the group will have
a center of its own. A
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Abbe, Diane, 319 Middle Ave. ..........
Abbey, Jack, R. D. No. 2, Elyria, Ohio ....
Adams, Robert, 65 Riverside Homes ....... ---
Albright, Katherine, 220 State St. ...............
Aldrich, Caral, 483 Eighth St. .................
Alexander, Jaime, 1371 E. River Rd., Elyria
Alexander, Robert, 149 Courtland St. ............
Allen, Robert, 125 Harwood St. ................
Allison, Donna, 141 Oak St. ..... ........
Amato, Ruth, 127 Homer St. ....... ........
Ames, Pat, 392 Eighth St. .............
Amos, Shirley, 216 George St. ........... ---
Amspaugh, Emma K., R. D. No. 2, Elyria ........
Amspaugh, Patricia June, R. D. No. 2, Elyria
Anderson, Richard C., 210 Cornell Ave. ..........
Anderson, Tom, 314 Cleveland St. ........
Andress, Pat, 432 Earl Ct. ---,- ........ -
Andress, Virginia, 130 West Bridge St. --
Antolick, Joseph, 505 West River St. --
Anton, Jim, 50 Middle Ave. ........
Archer, Bonnie, 206 Courtland St. ---
Arndt, Joanne, 31 Artemas Ct. 1---
Arnold, Carolyn, 16 West Ave. ...,.. .
Arvay, Andy, 221 Beech St. -. ..... -----
Atherton, Richard, 123W Cleveland St. ....
Atkinson, Kenneth, 914 Cleveland St. -----
Bago, Frank, 355 Concord Ave. ........
Bailey, Anne, 627 Dewey Ave. . -- .-- .----
Bailor, Laura Mae, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange --- ---
Barr, Edward, 128 Bath St. ....,.......... ---
Baker, Jerry, 264 Roosevelt Ave. . ------
Baker, Nancy Jean, 264 Roosevelt Ave. .....
Bakos, Evelyn, 613 West 3rd Sr. ........,.. ---
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Bally, Jo Ann, 305 E. Broad St. .... -1
Baltzell, Frederick, 939 Gulf Rd. .......,.. ---
Bara, Richard, 406 Lodi St. ..............,....
Baracskai, Betty, 124 Blake St. .----------------
Barbknecht, Charlene, 132 Clark St. .............
Barr, Norman, 318 Bell Ave. .................-
Bartholomew Ra mond 236 Dennison Ave
Bennett, Don, 338 Vulcan St. .......
Bennett, Helen, 338 Vulcan St. .....
Benson, Harold, 110 Bell Ave. ......
Benton, Robert, 638 Cambridge Ave. -
Berg, George, 17 Phillips Court .....
Berger, Joan, 411 Kenyon Ave. .....
Bergman, Arlene, 318 Lodi St. ......
Bertie, Jo Ann, R. D. No. 3, Ford Rd. -
Betounes, Katherine, 545 W. Broad St.,
Betounes, Sam, 545 -W. Broad St., Apt.
Betz, Joan, 118 Homer St. .........
Bierek, Dolores, 228 Foster Ave. ....
Bierbower, Bruce, 214 Lake Ave. .....
Bills, Shirley, 426 Tenth St. ........
Billings, William, 210 Harrison St. --
Bisbing, Betty Jane, 405 Oxford Ave.
Bittner, Ed, R. D. No. 1, Abbe Rd. --
Bixby, Roy, 263 Harwood St. .......
Black, Barbara, 333 Oxford Ave. .....
Blackstone, Ruth, 383 E. Bridge .....
Blair, Molly, 154 Stanford Ave. .....
Bliss, James, R. D. No. 3, W. River Rd
Blitch, Mary, 2029 Grafton Rd. .....
Bloom, Norma S., 125 Berkeley Drive
Boals, Chuck, 253 Third St. ........
Bogdan, James, 218 W. River St. ...e
Boeggeman, Charles, 142 Northrup St.
Boggs, Richard, 719 Woodland Ave. -
Bongs, Beverly, 343 Concord Ave. ---
Booth, Bernard, 1913 Middle Ave. --
Booth, Carol, 1913 Middle Ave. -- -
Borrhwick, Jim, 312 E. Heights Blvd.
Botamer, Evelyn, 238 Miller Ct. ---.--
Botos, James, 114 W. River St. .............
Buoy, Imogene, 912 Middle Ave. ....
Bowden, Patricia, 953 East River St. --
Bowden, William C., 953 E. River St. -
Bowser, Delight, 555 Lodi St. ......
Boyd, Clarissa J., 339 S. Maple St. ---
Brackley, Phyllis, 178 Fairlawn Ave. -
Bradley, Dave O., 1241 E. River St. --
Brandes, Bob R., 130 Harrison Ave. -
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Brattoli, Theresa, 112 Eady Court ---
Brecknock, Donna, 157 Longfellow --
Brlas, George, 252 Franklin St. ......
Brodbeck, Nancy, 230 Stanford Ave. -
Brotherton, Ronald, 302 Clark St. ---
Bashak, Helen, 456 West 17th St. ..............
Bauer, Fritz, 323 Dennison Ave. ....
Bauer, Norman, 255 Warren Ave. .... ........
Bauer, Ruth, 340 Winckles St. ...........
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Claycornb, Nancy, 124 Courtland ...............
Clement, Janet, 1537 Grafton Rd. ...... .......
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Cochrane, Bob, 317 Cambridge Ave. ............
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Corn, Edith, 227 West River St. .......
Corrs, Jack, 205 Cleveland St. ..... --
Costello, Ralph J., R. D. 1, Elyria .......
Cox, Jacqueline, 562 Lodi St. ...........,.....
Coyne, Catherine, 122 Furnace St. ......
Crawford, Elmira, 241 Harvard Ave. ---
Crandall, June, 521 Park Ave. .......
Crichton, Ian, 157 Harvard Ave. --- --
Crofford, Dick, 1924 Lake Ave. ........
Crosby, Lyle, 122 Longford Ave. -- --
Cross, Julia Ann, 221 Oberlin Rd. --
Cross, Rudy, 221 Oberlin Rd. ..........
Cross, Walter, 221 Oberlin Rd. ..... - ---
Crossmier, Dave A., 206 East Broad St. ---
Crossmier, Millicent, 206 East Broad Sr. -
Crow, William F., 1828 Grafton Rd., Elyria-F M'
Curcillo, Paul, 144 Clark St. ................
Curcillo, Tony, 144 Clark St. ...........,...
Currie, James, 23 Chestnut St. ...... .....
Cuson, Doris, 847 West River St. -- --
Dages, Margaret, 227 Spruce St. ....... ---
Dahm, Phyllis, 438 Louisiana Ave. ........ ..-
Danforth, Doris N., 166 Parmely Ave. ......
Daniels, Bob, 321 Longfellow Ave. ---
Davis, Dwain, 651 E. River St. ........ -
Davis, Rudy, 1922 Middle Ave. .......
Dawson, Marilyn, 464 W. Sth St. -- -----
Dean, Bob, West River Rd. ............. -
Dean, Lois, N. Murray Ridge Rd. ......,.....
Decker, Robert, 357 Oxford Ave. ...........
Demetral, Dimitri, 1117 West Ave. ..... .....
Demetral, Esther, 1117 West Ave. ...... -
Denes, James, R. D. No. 1 ......... -- ----
Denes, Magdalene, 137 Elbe St. .............
Denes, Martha, 137 Elbe St. ............. -
Denes, Theresa, R. D. No. 1 ....... ....
Dennison, Bob, 220 Howe St. .......... ---
Dezort, Bob, 226 Harrison St. ..........,....
Dickens, Marilyn, 414 Earl Ct, -.....,--,,-,,
Dickinson, Robert, 5 Shear St. ..............
Diederick, Malcolm 130 Riverside Ct -
Diewald, Jo Ann, 1,54 Abbe Rd. ---Qfuil
Dilgren, Richard, 521 Park Ave. ......
Dobrowski, Joseph, 1518 Middle Ave. .......-
Dolamore, Charles, 161 Lake Ave. ...........
Dombrosky, Carl, 618 Woodland Ave. ........
Dombrosky, Donald, 618 Woodland Ave. .....
Donavan, Kenny F., 144 Garvin Ave. ........
Dostall, Jack, 343 Kenyon Ave. .............
Dostall, Joyce, 230 Middle Ave. ..... --
Dowman, James, R. D. No. 2 ......... ---
Drager, Jack, 221 Harwood St. ........
Druckenmiller, Phyllis, 849 Bond St. --- --
Du Bray, Robert, 369 Oberlin Rd. -- .... --
Dugar, Helen, 113 Nichols Ct. .... .......-
Dunfee, Jack, R. D. No. 2 ........ ....
Dunn, Ann, 133 Lafayette St. ..............
Dunn, Jerome, 133 Lafayette St. .............
Dunn, Judy, 325 E. Heights Blvd. ...........
Duvall, Carl, 10 Woodford Ave. ........,...
Eaton, Rosemary, 320 E. Heights Blvd. ......
Eddy, Roberta, R. D. No. 3, Elyria ..... --
Eddy, Robert L., R. D. Nb. 3, Eiyfia ......... 5
Eddy, Sally Ann, 2000 Lake Ave. ...........
Edwards, Betty Anne, R. D. No. 3, Griswold Rd
Edwards, David, R. D. No. 3, Griswold Rd. --..
Ehrlich, Jerry, 180 Sheriff St. ......
Eichenlaub, Barbara, 729 West River St
Eisele, George, 214 Cornell Ave. ....
Elbert, Carole E., 449 Kenyon Ave. --
Elbert, Clifford, 349 Kenyon Ave. ---
Elbert, Eleanore, 349 Kenyon Ave. --
Elbert, Pam, 1267 East Ave. .......
Elbert, Patricia, 1267 East Ave. .....
Eldred, Elliot, 123 Woodbury St. ....
Eldred, N. Joan, 123 Woodbury St. -
Elliot, John, 29 Chestnut St. ..............
Ellis, Faith L., 504 W. 12th St. --, -----
Emery, Merle, 210 Marseilles Ave. ..... ---
Ensign, Joan, R. D. No. 2, Elyria ...........-
Erdei, Edward, 116 Centre St. .-..,,,,.,-,,-
Eschke, Howard, 427 First Place .............
Eschtruth, C. Richard, R. D. No. 3, Elyria ---
Emerson, Richard, 401 Lodi St. ---
Evenchik, Bernard, 316 Oxford Ave. .... --
Everett, Rollin, 184 Parmely Ave. ........
Falkenhof, Iris, 246 Howe St. ---
Falkenhof, Jack, 246 Howe St. ---
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Farmer, Fred, 400 Morgan Ave. ......... .. ......
Farmer, Tom, 616 Furnace St. ..........
Farr, William, 339 Caldwell St. ........... -..-
Farrand, Glenn, 15 Y. M. C. A. .........-....-.
Farres, Patricia Ann, 118 Woodford Ave.
Fauver, Jane, 133 Columbus St. .........
Fawcett, James, 1045 Gulf Rd. ......... ....
Feher, Joe, 621 West Third St. ......
Ferguson, Dolores, 206 Samuel Sr. L--
Fichtel, James, 312 East Ave. ......
Filo, Jeanne, 316 Fifth St. um---
Findley, Betty, N. Abbe Rd. ...1...
Finnell, Patricia, 326 E. River St. ---
Fisher, Harry, 109 West St. .......
Fisher, Laura, 109 West Sr. ,........
Fitch, Raymond, 5605 Elyria Ave. ...s.
Fitch, Ruth, 5605 Elyria Ave. ..... ....
Fitzgerald, Dorothy, 249 Dennison Ave. --- ----
Fitzgerald, Linda, 249 Dennison Ave. --
Fitzpatrick, Bob, 139 Bellfielcl Ave. ---
Fitzpatrick, Frederick, 231 Oberlin Rd. --
Fitzpatrick, Joyce, Fuller Rd. .........
Fitzpatrick, Louis, 2102 So. Oak Sr. ---
Flaherty, Nancy A., 136 Beverly Court ...........
Fleisher, Leonard 821 W. River St. ....
Flood, Julia, 379 Hawthorne St. ......
Flowers, Raymond, East River Rd. ---
Flynn, Patricia, 689 Weller Rd. ....
Fogylano, James, 15 Smith Ct. .......
Fogle, Melvin, 145 Sheriff St. --- ----
Folley, Barbara, 210 Erie St. .........
Folley, Norman, 210 Erie St. .............. .-..
Ford, Eleanor, 332 Sumner St. .................
Forsyth, Frederick, 204 Harrison St. .............
Fossett, Roberta, East River Rd., R. D. No. 1 ......
Foster, Roland, 318 Blaine St. ..............-..
Fountain, Mary -- .....................-- --
Fowl, Joan, 403 W. River St. .........
Fox, Carol, 329 11th St. ..............
Fox Mar'orie 329 11th St
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Fox, Richard, 61892 Dewey Ave.
France, Margaret, 941 Gulf Road ........ .-..
Frank, Marianne E., 210 La Grange Rd. --- ----
Frankoviak, Theresa Ann, 352 7th St. --- ----
Fraust, David, 355 So. Maple St. .......
Freeman, Lester, 394 Columbus St. .............
Fritz, Rita, 207 W. River St. ......
Frye, Virginia, 337 Sth St. ,.......
Fullmer, Lois, 1620 Grafton Rd. ---
Fulton, Don, 158 So. Abbe Rd. ..- ---
Funk, Don, 449 W. sth sf. ..... ......- ....
Funk, Jack, 202 Garford Ave. ---
Gagen, Beatrice, 1014 West Ave. ---
Gagen, Dorothy, 1014 West Ave. --- -
Gall, Margery, 1123 Lake Ave. .................
Gallagher, Tom, 234 4th St. ............. ....
Gallo, Jo., 315 18th St. ...... .. ............. --
Garber, Joseph A., Jr., 138 Woodford Ave.
Gard, Howard, 308 Broad St. ............. ....
Gardner, Galen, 600 Foster Ave. ........ ....
Gargas, Eugene, 328 W. River St. ....
Garries, Arthur, 223 Brandston ....
Gardner, William, 600 Foster Ave. ---.
Gaston, Alan, 137 Longfellow ........
Gatchell, Carolyn, 261 E. 16111 ..... .. .... If
Gatchell, Clayton CDukeJ, 261 E. 16th --- ----
Garens, Lucille, 132 Cedar St. .........
Gates, Don, 247 E. 13th St. ......... ,.
Gawura, Maryanne, 414 High St. --- -
Gedridge, Ed, 169 Fairlawn ............ ....
Gedridge, Bob, 169 Fairlawn Ave. ..............
Gibbens, Dorothy Jean, 201 Hawthorne Ave. ......
Gibbens, Patricia, 201 Hawthorne Ave. ..........
Gibbons, Dick, 645 Taylor Street .......
Gilbo, Grace, 411 W. River St. ......
Gibbs, Richard, 123 Clinton Ave. ......
Gill, Gerald, 286 Griswold Rd. .....
Gin, John, 286 Griswold Rd. --- ...... '-"un
Gilles, Grace, 411 W. River St. --- .... - ---
Gilles, James, 411 W. River St. ---
Gilles, Jean, 194 Adelbert ...........
Gilles, Mary Ann, 411 W. River St. ---
Gillespie, Don, 316 Cornell Ave. .... ..........
Gisman, Donna, 910 Lake Ave. --- ....... ----
Givens, Don, 330 E. River St. ....... ..........
Given, Jerry, 623 Gulf Rd. ..........
Givens, Phyllis, 330 E. River St. ...............
Gedridge, Larry, 343 Furnace St. ...............
Gehl, Carol, 890 Baetz Ct., R. D. No. 2, Lorain ....
Gehl, Marilyn, 890 Baetz Ct., R. D. No. 2, Lorain --
Gehl, Ray, 890 Baetz Ct., R. D. No. 2, Lorain .....
Gehrke, Sallye, No. 5 Rawson Ct. .......... ---
Gensert, Danny, 439 Kenyon Ave. ---
Gentzel, Jane, 1003 Gulf Road .....
Gern, Doris, 358 East Bridge St. --
Gern, Fred, 358 East Bridge St. ---
Gerhardinger, Jack, R. D. No. 2 ---
Glass, Gladys, 9 Woodford Ave. ---
Glass, Sylvia, 9 Woodford Ave. ---
Glasse, June, 540 W. 2nd St. - ------ --
Glover, Kathy, 999 Reeves Rd. ..,....... L--
Godfrey, Nancy, 126 Columbia Ave. ---
Goodman, Tyler, 119 Homesite Ct. -..-
Goodson, Leroy, 235 Oberlin Rd. ---
Gorbics, Steve, 715 W. River St. ...............
Gorham, Gerry, 204 Fullerton Rd. ---
Gorham, Sally, 204 Fullerton Rd. .....
Gorro, Jacqueline, 116 Williams St. --
Gould, Lowell, 540 E. Broad St. .......
Grandstaff, Joan .......... .........-.
Gray, Irvin, 150 So. Abbe Rd. ................. 11
Gray, Roland, 344 East River L..,........ --- P.G.
Gray, Shirley, 344 E. River St. ......... 11
Greene, Dorothy, 2 Woodford Ave. ....... -
Greene, Geraldine, 2 Woodford Ave. --
Gribben, Richard, 339 Gulf Rd. ........ .,.-.
Grieve, Bill, 317 Longford Ave. .........,,,,,-.
Grueser, Starling, 338 'Furnace St. ---
Grundy. John, 241 7th St. .......
Grundy, Ralph, 241 7th St. .........
Greber, Ken, 161 Clark St. ..........
Gunder, Lois, 934 Lorain Blvd. ........
Gunder, Rose, R. D. 3, N. Murray Ridge
Gusky, Ronald, 2014 Lake Ave. ........
Guth, Marcia, 154 Harvard Ave. ......
Guth, Shirlianne, 154 Harvard Ave. ---
Guyeska, Bob, 645 W. River St. .....
Haas, Wilbur, 128 So. Olive St. -- ----
Hahn, Philip, 834 East Ave. ........
Hahitzka, James, 316 So. Maple St. ---
Hall, Joe, 504 Cleveland St. --------
Hallewell, Reita, 347 W. 15th Sr. L--- ...... ----
Halsey, Betty A., 500 W. Third St. -..-
Halter. John, Milles Rd. . ........ -
Hambley, Darlene, 364 49th St. ........
Hambley, Donna, 364 49th Sr. ...............,.
Hamilton. Floyd, 1077 E. River St. --,.- ...... ---
Hamlin, Helen, R. D. No. 1, Robson Rd
Hammons, Carol, 107 West St. --L .--
Hammons, Fred, 402 Fuller Rd., R. D. N
Hance, Marilyn, 323 East Ave. .........--. -,,
Hand, Bill, 320 Park Ave. - ..... . ..,..., -,,,
Handley, Wayne, 130 Longfellow St. --
Hange, Don, 218 Harvard Ave. ...... ---
Handrosh, Roxann, R. D. No. il, Grafton .--- --
Hanks, Bobbye Ann. 695 Welher .-.....
Harding. Joan, 512 Woodland Ave. ---
Hardy, Yvonne M., 1410 East Ave. ....
Hargate, .loan M.. 245 Columbia Ave. --
Harold, Robert, 63616 Lodi St. ........ ---
Harrington, June, 527 Lodi St. ........ Q ........
Harris, Beverly, 438 Oxford Ave. .............,.
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Barbara, 108 Grant St. ......... Q--
Sally, 108 Grant St. ............. ---
Beverly, 901 Park Ave. -
Richard, 901 Park Ave. -
Harvitt, Beverly, 153 Warren Ave.
Hariar, Martin, 811 Sycamore St. .......
Hasko, Anna, 523 W. Third St. .......
Haury, Patricia, 312 Columbia Ave. ....
Haury, Ted, 121 Fourth St. ...........
Hawke, Don, 241 Cornell Ave. -....... -
Hawke, Nancy, 215 West Ave. ........ ........
Hawkins, Earl, 706 E. River St. ................
Hayes, Tom, 365 High St. ...e.....
Haywood, Philip, 482 W. Ninth St. ....
Hazelton, Gayle, 254 Boston Ave. ......
I-Iearne, Audrey, 124 Lewis Ct. ................
Hebebrand, Harry, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange
Hebebrand, Don, 923 Walnut St. .......
Hecock, Jean A., 363 N. Olive St. .............,
Hein, Betty, 241 W. Griswold Rd. .............
Helfrich, Sue, 412 Gulf Rd. ..................
Hemminger, Darlene, 170 Beebe Ct. ...... ---
Henderson, Louise, 528 Cleveland St. ....... ---
Henes, Eugene, 453 Bell Ave. ..................
Hendrixson, Delores, 123 Kaiser Ct. s....... ---
Henry, Jacqueline, R. D. No. 2, Holt Rd. ......,..
Heskett, Gerald, 140 Courtland ................
Hess, Eleanor, 150 Columbia Ave. ..............
Hess, Elizabeth, 150 Columbia Ave. .............
Hess, Ray, 323 E. Heights Blvd. .........,......
Heth, William, 117 Artemas Ct. ................
Hettler, Bob, R. D. No. 2, Elyria ........... ---
Hewitt, Harriet, 239 Rush Sr. ..................
Heyd, Bill, 193 Longfellow St. ..........
Hildebrandt, Ray, R. D. No. 2, Elyria ---
Hilousky, Betty, 419 W. River St. ....
Henkle, Leila, 239 Prospect ..........
Hirth, Richard, 243 E. Broad St. -- ..... ----
Hist, Anita, 513 Cleveland St. ......
Hoch, Gretchen, 132 Overbrook Rd. ....
Hodgson, Edwin L., 170 Belle Ave. .............
Hoffman, Jmes, 330 Eleventh St. ..............
Hogan, Bob, 331 Dennison Ave. ................
Hogan, Don, 115 Riverdale Ct. ...........,....
Hogan, Roger E., 2005 Lake Ave. .....
Holland, Richard, 580 Cleveland St. ........ ---
Holliday, Phyllis R., 181 Longfellow St. .........
Hollins, Bob, 5143 Elyria Ave. .........,..-...
Hollis, Amy, R. D. No. 3, Ford Rd. .....
Hollis, Joann, R. D. NO. 3, Ford Rd. ---
Holloway, Catherine, 419 W. 10th St. -M
Holmes, Dick, 1065 Grafton Rd. ......
Holmes, Linda, R. D. No. 2, Elyria ....... ...-
Holt, William, 1349 East Ave. .................
Homoki, Elsie, 111 Blake St. .......,.,-.,.-.,.
Hopkins, Nathaniel, R. D. No. 2, Fuller Rd. ...,..
Hopkins, Theodore, 218 E, 14th St. ......... ---
Horner, Beatrice, 515 Dewey Ave. .............
Horvath, Alex, 521 Dewey Ave. ................
Howard, Saundra, 521 Gulf Rd. ....... ........
Howerth, Tom, 113 Cleveland St. --
Howorth, Jim, 224 E. 15th St. ....
Huffman, Ann, 231 Dennison Ave. --
Hull, Ronald, 317 Oxford Ave. ..2....
Hultz, Gail, 2060 Lake Ave. ..........
Hummer, Ronald, 457 Earl Ct. .......
Hunt, Floyd, 1375 East Ave. ..........
Hurd, Betty, R. D. No. 3, Shaddon Rd. .... ---
Huskinson, Janice, 206 Lexington Ave. ...... ---
Huskinson, Kenneth, 206 Lexington Ave. .........
Hyer, Bill, R. D. No. 2, S. Middle Ave. --- ---
H man Joan, 219 Hamilton Ave
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Hyman, Marilyn "Sock," 1101 Park Ave. -- ---
Ignasik, Don, 521 2nd St. ...-...... -
Ingersoll, Grant, 343 E. Heights Blvd. ---
Ingold, Norman, R. D. No. 2 ........
Ives, Audrey, 810 West Ave. ..,..,.......,
Ives, Beverly, 810 West Ave. ......... ---
Jackson, Jerry, 1017 E. River St. ..........
Jacobs, Alan David, 553 W. 3rd St. ..,....
Jacobs, Donald, 553 W. 3rd St. ...........
Jacobs, Wanda, R. D. No. 2, Hall Rd. --g---
Jaffe, Joanne, 210 High St. ....,..,.......
James, Mary Ann, 531 Case Ave. ..........
James, Williams, 531 Case Ave. ...........
Jantz, Dick, 140 Emerson ................
Jasper, John, 318 Furnace St. ...........
Jensen, Jean, 252 Samuel St. ..........-,.
Jensen, Mary, 415 West 2nd St. .,.......
Jensen, Shirley Ann, 204 Marseilles Ave. ....
Jewell, Ann Adelia, 299 Bellfield Ave. ......
Jezewski, John, 238 Wooster St. ...........
Jezewski, Anthony, 238 Wooster St. .......
Jezewski, Lawrence, 238 Wooster St. .......
Jones, James, R. D. No. 2, Linwood St. .....
John, Lester, 633 Lake Ave. ..............
Johns, Richard, 803 West River St. ........
Johnson, Robert, 203 Delaware Ave. .....
, Johnson, John, 465 Ohio St. ......--,...,
Johnson, Bob, 203 Delaware Ave. ..........
Johnston, Dick, R. D. No. 3, West Ridge Rd.
Johnston, Jack, 118 St. Clair St. ...........
Jone, Fred, 419 Adams St. .............,..
Jones, Barbara, 322 West St. ..,..........
Jones, Martha, 414 W. 13th St. ............
Jordan, Jim, 237 Oxford Ct. ..............
Jordan, Lois, 237 Oxford Ct. ..........,-.
Joviak, Robert, 139 Homer St. .... ....
Judy, Bob, 307 Lake Ave. .............,..
Juke, Barbara Jean, 115 Artimas Ct. --- ---
Kaiser, Dorothy, 809 Woodland Ave. ......
Kaiser, James, 434 Earl Ct. ..............
Kaiser, Richard, 809 Woodland Ave. .......
Kaminski, John, 1601 Middle Ave. ........
Karninski, Patricia, 694 N. Abbe Rd. .......
Kangas, Dorothy M., R. D. No. 3, Shodden Rd
Kaplan, Edith, 329 West Ave. .........,...
Kaplan, Frances, 329 West Ave. ......,....
Karas, Helen, 315 West Ave. .... E ......
Kasubinski, Eugene, 327 Fifteenth St. ......
Kaszubinski, Edward, 398 Oberlin Rd. ......
Kaszubinski, Leonard, 398 Oberlin Rd. .....
Kauffman, Gaylord, 436 Tenth St. .... --
Kauffman, Lois, 128 Fuller Rd. ...... ....
Kauffman, Ronald, 981 Foster Ave. ........
Kawell, Richard, 321 Fourth St. ...... ....
Kaye, Fern, 449 Poplar St. ...............
Kaylor, Ed., 125 Williams St. .............
Keech, Martha, 962 Gulf Rd. ............
Kehlet, Barbara Ruth, Carlisle Ave. --- ----
Keller, Donald, 333 Griswald Rd. .........
Keller, Janet, R. D. No. 3, Elyria ..........
Kellerman, Mary, 621 West River St. .......
Kelley, Marlene, 131W Cleveland St. .......
Kelling, Joan, 1106 Park Ave. ............
Kelly, Dave, 133 Columbia ..............
Kelly, Jeanne, 500 Park Ave. ...........
Kelser, Phyllis, 264 Ohio St. .............
Kemble, Phyllis Alberta, 1005 Middle Ave. -
Kemp, Richard, Carlisle Ave. ,............
Kenelly, Jane Lynne, 201 Harvard Ave. .....
Kerekes, Helen, 617 West St. ........
Kethum, Art, 311 N. Abbe Road ........
Keyser, Donna, 136 Clark St. ......, --
Kiely, Nancy, 150 Northrup St. ...........
Kimball, James, 216 Boston Ave. ...... --
Kinzel, Kenneth, Indian Hollow Rd. .......
Kirkpatrick, Moira, 115 Elizabeth St. .......
Kisel, Steve, 319 Hays Ave. .............
Kiser, Barbara, R. D. No. 1, Grafton Rd. ....
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Kleeby, Gilbert, 1601 Grafton Rd. .......
Kleister, Ronald, 348 East Bridge St. ......
Klesta, Ben, R. D. No. 1, Grafton ...............
Klesta, Stanley, R. D. No. 1, Grafton ............
Klocek, Jack, R. D. No. 1, Chestnut Ridge --- ---
Klozek, Cecelia, R. D. No. 1, Elyria .......
Knapp, Betty, 243 Spruce St. .............
Kneiss, Beverly, 430 East River St. --- .... - ---
Knepper, Dwight, 436 Jefferson St. --
Knepper, Durward, 436 Jefferson St. --- ------
Knight, Margie, 517 Gulf Road .....
Knipper, Edwin, 51 Cedar St. .......
Knipper, Jack, Stop 61A Lake Ave. ..--
Knott, James, 120 Stanford Ave. ......
Knowlton, Bill, 121 Hillsdale Ct. ..,.. .......
Knowlton, Dale, 121 Hillsdale Ct. .... .........
Kochis, Keith, 359 High St. .......... .......
Koehn, Jerry, 223 Glenwood St. --- ..... ----
Koepke, Perry, 541 Second St. ....... ......
Kohl, Regis, 912 East River St. ............ --
Kokai, Jeanne Marie, 315 West River St. .........
Kokai, Joanne, 315 West River St. .............
Kolek, Sue, 125 Quincy St. ...................
Kolopos, Barbara, 112 Stanford Ave. .....
Konsesky, Elsie, 235 Miller Court ..........
Koons, Estelle, 238 East Broad St. .....
Koons, Patrick, 238 East Broad St. .....
Kopriva, Arnold, 184 Princeton Ave. ---
Kostyo, Jack, 238 Foster Ave. ...........
Kotai, Diane, 1810 Middle Ave. ...2......
Kotai, Leona, 1810 Middle Ave. ............ --
Kovac, John, R. D. No. 3, Yellow Line Rd. --- --
Kovach, Pearl, 321 Fairlawn Ave. ........
Kovacs, Betty, 130 West Bridge St. ...,...
Kovacs, Louis, 569 Irondale St. .........
Kranyak, Charmaine, 231 Princeton Ave. ....
Krebs, Mary Joe, 176 Longfellow .......
Krespack, Joan, 1924 Grafton Rd. .........
Kreutzer, Elizabeth, 760 West River St. ...,......
Kritzell, Joan, 130 Stanford Ave. ......
Krueck, Beverly, 111 Foster Ave. ......, - ,.,....
Krugman, Donna Lee, 319 11th St. ........,.....
Krugman, Floyd, 121 Riverdale Ct. ......... -..
Kuba, Larry, 520 Dewey Ave. ..................
Kuhl, Joanne, 24 Frank ............ .........
Kuhn, Pat, 609 Bond St. ............,
Kunkle, Robert, 338 Columbus ..........
Kurek, John, R. D. No. 2, West State St. ....
Kurek, Rosemary, 812 West State St. ---U
Kuss, Barbara, 625 East River St. ......
Lacey, Ed, ---- .............,....... ---
Lahiff, Jane, 327 Seventh St. . ..... ..-- ...... ---
Lakocy, Ted, R. D. No. 1, Sugar Ridge Rd. ---..--
Lambert, Jane, R. D. No. 1, Grafton, Ohio .. ...... -
Lambert, Lorra, R. D. No. 1, Grafton, Ohio --- --
Landin, Jean Evelyn, 901 West River St. ....
Lang, Don, 315 12th st. - .........,...,
Lantsberry, John, 223 Oakwood St. ...,
Lantsberry, Lois, 223 Oakwood St. .,-- -
Larkins, Carl, R. D. No. 2, Wayne St. ...... . --
Larkin, Dick, 109 Parkview ---------,.-- ------
Larkins, Herman, R. D. No. 2, Wayne St. ---
Larkins, John Wm., R. D. No. 2, Middle Ave. ....
Lawrence, Dick, R. D. No. 3, 116 Lawrence .......
Lawson, D. Bob, 226 Stanford Ave. .............
Lear, Jim, 459 Abbe Road ....- .---------
Leczo, Margaret, R. D. No. 3, Elyria ------
Lee, Chiquita, 510 West St. -- .,..... ------ --
Leininger, Virginia, 423 Kenyon Ave. -- --.-----
Leininger, Wilma, 423 Kenyon Ave. .....
Leister, Dick, 246 Stanford Ave. .........
Leko, Alex, 140 Beverly Ct. ....,..
Leonard, Bill, 142 Pasadena Ave. ...... -
Leonard, David, 165 Pasadena Ave. ...... .- .,.. -
Leonard, Nancy, 232 West Bridge St. ....,.......
Lesher, Coletta, 114 Mendel Ct. .....
Lesher, Pat, 114 Mendel Ct, ...,...,.....,..,,.
Leslie, Marilyn, 1839 West Ave. ................
Lesnick, Jack, 312 Harvard Ave, ,..,,,,.,.,.....
Letterly, Edwin, R. D. No. 3, West Ridge .... ....
Leuzzi, Carmella, 345 Sth St. .-....,...,..-,..,
Lightfoot, Mary Louise, 313 East River St. ........
Ligotke, George, 201 Brandston Ave. ........,.-.
Lilley, Bill, 207 Stanford Ave. .....-.-,.-,.-...
Line, Kathryn, 401 Clark St. ...................
Lingenfetter, Bill, 154 Oak St. ....,-. -- -----
Livermore, Elaine, 238 Pasadena Ave. ...........
Lohnes, Fred, 316 Columbia Ave. --------------
Lonabtake, Dale, R. D. No. 2, Elyria ...... -....
Looks, Howie, 115 Chestnut St. -----------
Loper, Walter, R. D. No. 2, Middle Ave. ---
Lord, Margaret, 1266 East Ave. ---------.------
Logan, Kenneth, 115 Pine St. .......--.-------
Lottman, Don, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange, O. ........-
Lottmann, Richard, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange .... -
Lotz, Dollie Jean, 635 Cambridge ------------ -
Lowe, Patricia Ann, 424 W. Sixth St. ...........
Lucker, Ronald, 1006 Middle Ave. ...... -.-----
Ludwig, Mary Edith, 220 West Ave. ....-.-
Luppino, Antoinette Marie, 612 Lodi St. .........
Lyman, Virginia Lee, 345 Columbia -------------
Lyndes, Dick, R. D. No. 1, Grafton ------------
Lyndes, Nyla, R. D. No. 1, Grafton ..-....--.---
Lyndes, Virginia, Indian Hollow Rd., R. D. No. 1,
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Lyons, Dan, 435 8th St. ........-----.-.--- ----
Mathewson, Phyllis, 421 Elm St. ....
Mathewson, Tom, 203 Erie St. .......-
McCallistet, Bob, 406 Woodland Ave. --- -----
McClements, Beatrice, 1 Persons Ct. ...... .....
McClune, Wayne, 140 Clinton Ave. ......-.
McCord, Elinor, 418 W. Sth St. ..........
McCord, James, 418 W. 8th St. ------------
McCrann, Bob, 137 Erie St. .--..-.--------
McCrann, Patricia, 137 Erie St. .....-.-- -----
McDaniels, Ronald, 332 West St. .-..- -
McDivitt, Barbara, 215 Cleveland St. ------------
McDivitt, Bernard, 234 West Bridge St. .......---
MacDonald, Betsy, Indian Hollow Rd. -..- -----
MacDonald, Bob, 250 Gates Ave. .....-..-.-....
Machovina, Dorothy, 226 Bath St. --------------
Madak, Janet, 332 Cambridge Ave. ...-...-----.
Mahan, Jeanne, 284 N. Professor St., Oberlin ......
Maiorca, Grace, 412 West 11th St. ..-.--.--.---.
Majesky, Tom, 1007 Lake Ave. .......---------
Malanowski, Della, 428 West 12th St. ........-.
Malin, Dick, 2 Tattersall Ct. - ....-.--.- ---- - -
Mallory, Jack, 375 Abbe Road ..... - .....
Maloney, Patricia, 126 Taft Ave. ..........
Maringer, Carol, 215 Princeton Ave. .....- - .-.--
Markel, Jimmie, 363 Hawthorne St. .--.--------
McDivitt, Jean, 234 West Bridge St. .--.-- - -----
McDonald, Eleanor, R. D. No. 3, Telegraph Rd.
McGinley, Don, 110 Hamilton St. -------------
McHale, Evelyn, 204 E. Broad -----------------
McHenry, Marie, 2030 Lake Ave ---.----- -----
Mclntire, Dick, 2134 Lake Ave. ...... ....
McIntyre, Elaine, 1183 East River ...... ..--.
McLaughlin, Nancy, 203 Valley View ---- -----.
McMan, Al, 148 Courtland St. ---------------
McMallen, Alan, R. D. No. 2, Elyria ---- ----- ---
McNu1ty, John, 318 Griswald Rd. --------------
Meeker, Bill, 419 10th St. --.-- --. -- -- .--,--
Meinhold, Edmund, R. D. No. 2, Oberlin Rd. .--..
Markel, Phyllis Ann, 363 Hawthorne St. .........
Marozsan, Mary Ann, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange .- .....
Marozsan, Yolanda, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange .......
Marsh, Edward, 228 George St. ...........
Marshall, Mary, 704 Lake Ave. .....-------- ---
Marshall, Walter, 704 Lake Ave. --- ------
Marsico, Joe, 126 Brace Ave. .... - --. -----
Mattin, Elsie, 228 Griswald Rd. -- -----
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Murphy, Pat, 1199 East River ...... .........
Mashinske, Lois, 208 E. 14th St. --- ..--. ----
Mason, Jacqueline, 154 Adelbert St. ......-......
Mate, Alex, 1514 West River St. ............ .--
Meinke, Harold, 316 Cleveland St. .............
Mekker, George, 2410 Grafton Rd. .............
Mellinger, Sherman, 811 East Ave. .-..........-.
Menclewicz, Barbara, 135 Cascade St. ......---...
Mendenhall, Louise, 201 Eastern Heights B
Meredith, Janice, 327 Hawthorne St. .... - ...... -
Meredith, Pat, 327 Hawthorne St. ...............
Merva, Mike, 119 Flora Ct. .................. -
Messaros, Bob, 237 W. River ....... ..........
Messaros, William, 237 West River ..........-..
Messes, Tom, 350 Rockfern Ave. ...... ........
Mihalis, Stephen, 408 East Ave. ...-..... ---
Mika, Richard, 453 Popular St. ...........
Miller, Darlene, 318 Seventh St. --- -------
Miller, George, 143 E. Broad St. --- -- --------
Miller, Jack, 113 Williams St. ............
Miller, James Lee, 612 Middle Ave. ....-.........
Miller, Mary Lou, 1805 Grafton Rd. .......-....
Miles, Virginia, 251 6th St. ...................
Minnich, Mary Jane, R. D. No. 1, Chestnut
Olsen, Dorothy, R. D. No. 2, Carlisle Ave
Olsen, Robert, 1835 West Ave. ---L..---
Olsyewski, Dorothy, 611 E. Broad St. ....
O'Millian, Eleanor, 259 Spruce St. ......
0'Rourke, Christine, 312 10th St. .......
Orr, Ralph, 339 Hawthorne St. ........
Oseka, John, 117 Franklin Ave. ........
Otten, Pat, 1336 Lake Ave. ...... ---
Page, Lois, 277 Columbus St. ..........
Palaggi, Andrew, 365 Vulcan St. ........
Palmer, Bob, 419 Park Ave. ...........
Papay, Ernest, R. D. No. 3, Ford Road --
Parker, Helen,.360 Oxford Ave. .......
Parker, Jeanette, 208 George St. .......
Parks, Sally, 1873 Lake Ave. ..........
Pasenow, Agnes, 619 West 15th St. .....
Pasenow, Barbara, 715 West 17th St. ....
Pasenow, Tommy, 619 West 15th St. ....
Patak, John, 371 Concord Ave. ........
Patania, Margaret, 247 Warren Ave. ....
Porter, Verne Edward, 479 Cleveland St. --
Minnich, Helen, 25 West Ave. ....-...........
Mitchell, Douglas, 512 W. 12th St. ....
Mocsny, David, 161 Longfellow St. .....
Mocsn , Mary Lee, 161 Longfellow St. ---
Modaclk, Basil, 301 Abbe Rd. ........
Molich, Tom, R. D. NO. 3 .-..-........
Monschun, Fred, 514 East River .........
Montgomery, Blanche, 1367 East Ave. --
Moore, Mary E., 7016 West River St. ......,
Moran ack 937 E. River
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Morgan, Sally, 417 E. Broad St. ...........
Morris, Byron, 329 12th St. ...........-..-...
Morris, Don, 329 12th St. ......
Morris, Jack, 825 West River ........-..
Morrison, Karen, S09 East River St. -- -----
Moss, Edwin, 319 Princeton Ave. ....
Moulder, Gerald, 1109 Lake Ave. .....
Moyer, Barbara, 243 8th St. ..........-........
Mudge, Bill, 116 Beverly Ct. ............ .....
Munger, Bill, 1009 Gulf Rd. -L .......... -
Muntean, Constance, R. D. No. 2, Elyria .........
Murphy, Ed, 30 Artemus Ct. ..................
Mur h Mar 30 Artemus Ct
Patyak, Richard, 153 Longfellow St. ....
Payne, Jim, 311 11th St. .........,..,
Payne, Joan R., 211 Howe St. .........
Peden, Richard M., 270 Winchles St. ---
Peirce, Robert, 235 Washington Ave. ....
Pember, Richard, 1205 East River St. ....
Penfound, Joan, 1131 West Ave. .,.,-,,
Penson, Joyce, 526 Wesley Ave. ........
Peppas, Anastasia, 251 East Broad St. ....
Perkins, Phillip, 441 Adams St. ........
Persons, David, 226 Hamilton Ave. .....
Peters, Franklin, 310 Sumner St. ........
Peters, Donald, 411 Oxford Ave. .......
Peters, Robert, 310 Sumner St. ........
Peterson, Norman, 1386 East Ave. ,.,...
Phillips, Bob, 618 Turner St. ...........
Piazza, Sally, West Ridge Rd., R. D. No. 2, Elyria
Pichard, Nancy, R. D. No. 1 ..........
Pichard, Nora, R. D. No, 1 .......,.,,,
Pietch, Jerry, 209 Gulf Rd. .......L., ,-
Pitkin, Bill E., 135 Madison St. , ...... -
Thomas, 161 Erie St. ............
Dan, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange .......
Dave, 1398 East Ave. ......... -
Murray, Oliver, 2 Shear St. ..........-........
Myers, Nancy Carole, 223 E. 9th St. --
Nagy, Betty, 885 W. River ....................
Nagy, Jeanette, R. D. No. 3, W. River Rd.
Nagy, Shirley Ann, 115 W. River St. ............
Nay, James, 135 Hamilton St. .......... ......
Nead, Glenn, 247 Abbe Rd. ...... ,.... ....
Neeson, Shirley, 133 Lake Ave. ......
Nell, Betty, 500 W. 3rd St. .....
Nell, Harold, 159 Branston ........
Nielsen, John, 249 Cambridge St. --- ..... ----
Nielsen, Peer, 249 Cambridge St. ---
Niemeyer, Alan, 130 Princeton Ave. .....
Nitch, Maryruth, 1836 Grafton Rd. ....... ....
Norris, Carl, 1701 Lake Ave. ...... ..........
Northrup, Ruby, 1607 Lake Ave. ....... 4 .......
Noster, Lillian, 128 Hazel St. ...n..............
Novatney, Ray, 1852 Grafton Rd. --- ..... ----
O'Brien, Barbara, 239 Princeton Ave. --
O'Brien, Carol, 371 High St. .......
Ockaiik, Ruth, 1100 Bell Ave. ......-.
O'Conner, Jim, 229 E. 13th St. ................
O'Conner, Mary, 222 5th St. ..................
O'Dell, Henry, 579 Turner St. .................
Ody, Dale, 569 Woodland Ave. ................
Olah, Edward, 127 Beebe Ct. ---. .............. -
Olmstead, Joan, 905 Middle Ave. ---
Plas, Jim, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange .......
Plato, Dorothy, 432 W. 13th St. ........
Pluto, Mary Ann, 157 Faitlawn Ave. ....
Pohorence, Beryl, 2125 S. Middle Ave. ---
Pohorence, Beverly, 2125 S. Middle Ave.
Poling, Evelyn J., 914 Lake Ave. .......
Poling, Ralph, 914 Lake Ave. ..........
Poling, Roland, 914 Lake Ave. ........
Pomelee, Elinor M., 1392 East Ave. .....
Popovits, Betty B., 329 West River St. --
Post, David L., 1403 East Ave. .........
Poulos, May, 715 East River St. ........
Poulos, Mike, 715 East River St. ........
Pratt, Margaret, 226 Dennison Ave. .....
Prestage, Nancy, 513 Furnace St. ........
Prochazka, James, 524 West 16th St. ....
Pronesti, Joe, 1826 West Ave. .......
Provoznik, Bertram, 2107 Lake Ave. ....
Puder, Todd, 142 Dennison Ave. .......
Pycraft, Richard, 137 Clark St. .........
Quine, Delores, 208 Bath St. ...... --,
Radican, Henry, 1202 Middle Ave. ......
Radican, Nance, 1202 Middle Ave. ......
Rafter, Ann, 431 East Broad ...........
Rago, Irene, 1141 West Ave. ,.........
Randles, Tom, 417 E. Broad ..........
Rawson, Janet, 140 Lafayette St. ---
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Reed, Gilbert, 1853 West Ave. --- ....... ----
Reed, Jean, 162 Lafayette St. ................-.
Reed, Jerry, 604 Cambridge Ave. ............,..
Regler, Eleanor, 107 West River St. .............
Reichert, Gilbert, 225 Bath St. .......-..,......
Reising, Richard, 614 Foster St. ................
Reisinger, joan, 126 Warden Ave. ---
Reisy, Frank, 1415 East Ave. .........
Reisy, Geraldine, 1963 Lake Ave. --
Reitz, Marilyn, 214 Courtland St. ..,.
Resar Lawrence, 1435 E. River St. ---
Resar: Richard, R. D. No. 1, Grafto
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Resar, Victor, R. D. No. 1, Grafton ,...--.......
Reynolds, Eugene, 217 Marseilles Ave. --- -------
Rhodehamel, DeVere, 428 West River --- ----
Riceo, Mary, 306 Griswold Road ...... ...-..
Riesinger, Jean, 126 Warden Ave. ......
Rifenburg, Gwendolyn, 346 13th St. ......
Rimback, Nancy, 130 Lincoln St. ...............
Ristas, Benitta, 1614 Middle Ave. ..-....,--.--.,
Ristas, Tom, 1614 Middle Ave. ........,...-,,,
Barbara, R. D. No. 2 Oberlin
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Rodgers, Beverly, 418 West 11th St. ..--...,, --,
Rodgers, Jerry, R. D. No. 2, Oberlin Rd. .........
Rodman, Carolyn, 620 W. Griswold Rd. ..........
Roling, Ronald, 258 Lexington Ave. --- .... ----
Roling, Shirley Ann, 221 Howe St. ....
Rose, Lois jane, 703 E. River St. ........
Rosenau, Ronald, 227 E. 16th St. --
Ross, Jay, 373 Furnace St. .......
Ross, June, 517 E. River St. ........
Roth, Richard, 518 Foster Ave. ...-... -
Rothgery, Carol, 157 Clark St. ..-.-.-. -
Rothgery, Laurette, 918 West Ave. ---
Rummery, Janet, 1045 Bell Ct. ---
Rutter, Harry, 108 Furnace St. ---
Rutlu, Wilbur, 108 Furnace St. ---
Ryan, Joyce L., 328 Oxford Ave. ---
Sage, Ted A., R. D. No. 2, Elyria ....
Sakal, Edwin, 136 Irondale St. ....
Sampsel, Eleene, 393 Furnace St. --- --
Sampsel, Frank, 393 Furnace St. ........ ......
Sampsel, Robert, 393 Furnace St. .........
Sanders, Sondra, 234 Bell Ave. ....
Sargent, Donna, 213 Spruce St. ---
Sarver, Darren, 231 Lodi St. ....
Sauer, Deloris, 223 Huron St. -..-
Sauer, Dorothy, 223 Huron St. ---
Saxon, James, 142 Cleveland St. ..........
Schaber, Joan, Stop 12, Lake Ave. .........
Schafer, Evelyn Mae, 437 West River St
Schilke, Ronald, 244 George st. ..... ' -LI-'un
Schilling, Grace, 241 Columbia Ave. ......
schimkus, Mary, 289 Beifieia Ave. ......... III
Schiesz, Ann, 110 Lawrence Ct. ...-...,,...,.,.
Schmitz, Kenneth, 514 West River St. ...........
Schmidkons, John E., 152 Adelbert St. ....
Slimierer, Charles, 1005 Cambridge Ave. ---
Schoditsch, Frank, 674 N. Abbe Rd. ......
sciwdisch, sauy, 674 N. Abbe Ra. ......... QI
Schon, Gerald, 400 East Ave. ...,.-.,. --.,,,,-
Ann, 509 East Broad .-.... --
Schroeder, Clyde, 614 West Ave. .......
Schroeder, Edward, Apt. 4, Century Block ---
Schroeder, Paul, 1008 East Ave. ........
Ralph, 80295 East Ave. ..............
Schuster: Bill, R. D. No. 2, Murray Ridge .........
Schuster, Burnell, 1422 Middle Ave. ......,...-.
Schuster, Dorothy, R. D. No. 3, Murray Ridge
Schuster, Kenneth, R. D. No. 3, Murray Ridge
Schuster, Thelma, R. D. No. 3, Murray Ridge .....
Schwind, Conna, R. D. No. 1, Grafton ...........
Schwartz, Louis, 139 Beebe Ct. ............. ---
Schwan, Howard, R. D. No. 1, Grafton ...... ---
Schwind, Richard, R. D. No. 1, Grafton 2 ........
Scoville, Alice, R. D. No. 1 --- .... ----
Scott, Evelyn, 113 Monroe St. ............
Scott, Joan, 615 W. River St. ...........
Scott, Louis, 615 W. River St. ...........
Scrwind, Ann, 509 East Broad St. -.......
Seabold, Edward, Jr., 447 W. River St. ....
Scarbrough, Don, 132 Bath St. ............
Seger, Joan, 82 Riverside Homes ..........
Seger, Jean Ann, 82 Riverside Homes ......
Seiling, Donna M., 148 Erie St. ........ -
Seiling, Howard, 148 Erie St. ......... --
Selka, Laurence, 220 Spruce St. ..........
Sexton, Kay, 1342 East Ave. ............
Sally Ann, 209 George St. .........
Shaffer, Charles, 1116 East Ave. -- ----
Shaffstall, Bob, 1303 Bank St. hu nn--
Shamel, Betty, 1827 Lake Ave. ............
Shannon, Silas, 804 Lake Ave. .1 ----... ----
Sharrer, janet, 415 W. 9th St. ........ -
Sharrer, Jean, 415 W. 9th St. ......-......
Shaw, Stanton, 258 Harrison .............
Shebek, James, 415 Cambridge ..........
Shedron, Richard, R. D. No. 3, W. River Rd.
Sheet, Ruth, 1332 Lake Ave. ............
Shepherd, Fred, 1391 East Ave. ...........
Shepherd, Joan, 1391 East Ave. ...........
Shepherd, Mary, 1245 E. River St. ........
Shepphard, Geraldine, 101 W. River St. .....
Sherman, Russell, 311 E. Broad Sr. .... -
Sherwood, Helen, R. D. No. 3, Elyria .......
Shick, Zennith, 321 N. Abbe Rd. .........
Shindler, Dick, 336 Ninth St. ....... --
Shipula, Mary C., 2140 Lake Road ....
Melvin, 441 Eighth St. .......
Shriver, Barbara, Chestnut Ridge ..... 2-
Shrubsole, Shirley, 1281 East Ave. ........
Shuster, Donald, 251 George St. .........
Siekierski, Dellwin, 420 W. 12th St. ...,..
Sigel, David, 221 Indian Hollow Rd. .....
Siler, Margaret, 126 Fuller Rd. ...........
Simms, Delores, R. D. No. 2, Russia Rd. ....
Daniel, 301 Louisiana Ave. .........
Robert, 909 Gulf Rd. .............
Sinegar, Paul, 142 Oak St. ...,.....-......
Sittinger, Zelma, 1615 Lake Ave. ..........
Sirvierka, Leonard, 300 Spruce St. ........
Skufeida, Helen, 1041 Broadway, Lorain ....
Sloane, Toni, 138 Pasadena Ave. ...........
Slusher, Nancy, 354 Kenyon Ave. ..........
Slusher, Glen, 354 Kenyon Ave. ......
Calvin, 1256 East River St. .....
David, 109 Princeton Ave. .......
Earl, 128 Northrup Sr. .... --
Gene, 222 Miller Ct. ....... .....
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Jane, 304 West Ave. ..... ..... -
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joan, 1256 E. River St. ...........
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Mary, 520 w. 16th st. ............
Mary Jane, 233 North Olive St. .....
Mary Lou, 110 Princeton Ave. --- ---
Rheyma, 639 Reublin Ct. ..........
Robert, 332 Stanford Ave. ..........
Shirley Ann, 227 Brandston Ave. ....
Shirley, R. D. No. 2 ............
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Marilyn, 323 Stanford ......,....
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Sommer, Don, 711 Cleveland St. ......
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Soules, William, 222 Middle Ave. ---
Sparks, Alan, 1532 Grafton Rd. ....
Sparks, Ernest, 319 Winkles St. --
Spike, Jerry, 462 West 9th St. .......
Spike, Lester, 460 West 9th St. ........
Spiegelberg, Dale, R. D. No. 2, Lorain
Speigle, Richard, 247 East Broad St. ---
Sprague, Janet, 611 Tyler St. ........
Sprague, Jim, 611 Tyler St. ..........
Sprague, Richard E., 611 Tyler St. .....
Squire, Gerald, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange .... ....
Squire, Gilbert, R. D. No. 1, LaGrange
Srnis, Paul, 317 Beech St. ............. --
Stalla, Nancy, 106 Floral Ct. .......,.
Standen, Eugene, 704 Clark St. ......... ....
Stanford, Joan, 127 Warren Ave. .... -
Stanko, Patricia, 639 West River St. ...W
Staskiews, Jeanette, 458 West 11th St. --
Stauder, Jerry, 712 E. Broad St. .......
Steele, Jeanne Marie, 323 Parmely Ave.
Steele, Joanne, 323 Parmely Ave. ..... --
Stefko, Robert, 165 Irondale St. ---..----- --
Steller, Janet, 319 Eastern Heights Blvd. -
Steinberg, Ethel, 451 Earl Court ......... ....
Steinberg, Rose, 451 Earl Court .......
Stephens, Gerald, 126 Caroline St. ---
Stewart, Patric, 308 Lodi St. ..-....
Stiles, Rosalele, 217 Rush St. -------u
Stiles, Etta, R. D. No. 2, Wayne St. ----
Stillwaugh, Frances, 218 Seventh St. ---
Stokley, David, 247 Stanford Ave. .....
Stone, James, 223 Marseilles Ave. ....
Stone, Virginia, 244 E. Seventh St. ---
Storer, Thomas, 121 Pasadena Ave. ---
Strickler, Richard, 518 East River St. ---
Strinka, Robert, 242 Woodford Ave. ---
Strong, Margaret, 222 Spruce St. .....
Strom, Robert, 129 Princeton Ave. ---
Strouse, Bernice, 313 East Ave. .................
Strouse, Dorcas I., 313 East Ave. ...u........ . ....
Strouse, Reva, 313 East Ave. ...................
Struck, Allen, R. F. D. No. 2, Hall Road, Carlisle --
Struthers, Phil, 254 Washington Ave.
Stuckey, Barbara, 197 Warden Ave. .............
Sturtevant, Alda, 407 East River St. ---
Sudau, Judy, 126 Lincoln Court ......
Surdock, Phil, 224 Bath St. ..........
Swartzel, Gordon, 153 Beebe Ct. ......
Sweeney, Herald, R. D. No. 2, Oberlin
Szloboda, John J., 512 Cleveland St. ....... .,..
Dave, 50514 East Ave. .....
Don, 235 Stanford Ave. .....
Louise, 92 Riverside Homes ---
Robert, 235 Stanford Ave. ....
George, 607 West 15th St. ---
Talarski, Frank, 303 Cleveland St. ...., --
Tarnowski, Richard, 129 Quincy St. ...... --
Tarty, Geraldine, 111 Lake Ave. ....
Tarty, Jacquelene, 111 Lake Ave. ..... .........
Tarty, Patricia Ann, 419 W. 6th St. ---
Tattersall, Lois, 241 Hamilton Ave. ---
Teaque, Doan, 34616 Ninth St. ....
Tedrow, Lois, 1814 Middle Ave. .......
Telzerow, Myrna, 256 Spruce St. ......
Th8fCl'1CI',, Betty, ass Hawthorne sf. ....
Thatcher Robert 8 Havsthorne Ave
Thomas, Fanney, 123 Wood St. .......
Thomasson, Jim, 107 Williams St. ...... --
Thomasson, Williarn, 107 Williams St. -- ----
Thompson, Dale, 212 Dennison Ave. --
Thompson, Donald, 905 East Ave. ....
Thompson, Donna, 933 East River ....
Thompson, Harriet, 5 Frank Ct. ...,
Nadine, 515 Woodland Ave. --- ----
Caroll, R. D. No. 2, Carlisle Ave. --- -2
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Joseph, 122592 West Ave. ..... --
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Thompson, Ray, 242 Wooster St. ......
Thompson, Richard, 212 Dennison Ave. -
Thompson, Richard, 242 Wooster St. ---
Thornton, Bill, 105 Fairlawn Ave. -----
Thornton, Connie, 130 Parmely Ave. ---
Thornton, Frederick, 255 Winckles St. --
Tibbals, Lawrence, 355 Princeton Ave. --
Tilberg, George, 212 Samuel St. .......
Tillack, Jack, 327 Beech St. ......... -
Tinstmans, Nancy, 723 Park Ave. .......
Tkacs, Evelyn, 220 Pasadena Ave. ......
Tokas, Robert, R. D. No. 2, Route 113 -
Tomashiski, Phyllis, 1251 East Ave. ....
Tompkins, Anne, 1831 Grafton Rd., Elyria
Tompkins, Walter, 433 Louisiana Ave. --
Tomski, Carl, R. D. 2, LaGrange, Elyria --
Tonry, Audrey, 126 Broad St. .........
Torres, Cristela, 118 Woodford Ave. ....
Torres, Edna Esther, 118 Woodford Ave. -
Tracey, Jim, 1509 East Ave. ...........
Tracey, Therese, 1509 East Ave. ..... -
Traicoff, George, 128 Blake St. ---
Traicoff, Sophie, 128 Blake St. -- --
Traicoff, Steve, 113 Blake St. ......
Travers, Charles, 325 Cornell Ave. --
Travis, Jack, 351 Hawthorne ....
Trescott, Connie, 613 East Ave. --- --
Troup, Ailene, Telegraph Rd. ..........
Tsarones, Joan, 201 Cascade St. ........
Turek, Yvonne, 177 Dowd Rd., City .....
Turnbull, Jane, 406 Furnace St. ........
Turnbull, Ruth, 406 Furnace St. --- ----
Turner, Jim, 207 Furnace St. ......
Turner, C. Ralph, 1000 Lorain Blvd. --
Turon, Ethel, R. D. No. 2, Stang Rd. ....
Turon, Janet, Route No. 2, Elyria ---
Udvardy, Joe, 154 Lake Ave. ..........
Underwood, Chris, 101 West River St. ---
Urpschot, Don, 307 Columbus St. .....
Vaisicco, Frances, 225 South West River St
Vakerics, Marcella, 255sGriswold Rd. ..,.
Valach, John, 492 Cleveland St. .......
Valerius, Nancy, 628 West River St. ....
Van Boxtel, Diane, 175 Warren Ave. ....
Vandersommen, Doris, 227 Oakwood St. -
Van Dyke, Shirley, 141 E. Broad St. ....
Vanek, Carol, 117 Quincy St. ..........
Van Horn, Samuel, 257 Marseilles Ave. --
Van Oss, Eugene, 243 Princeton Ave. ---
Van Oss, Patrick, 243 Princeton Ave. ,...
Van Wormer, Pete, 109 Stanford Ave. --
Varga, Eleanor, 113 Laura Court ........
Vargo, Betty Jane, 241 West River St. ---
Vargo, Laura Mae, 113 Lexington Ave. --
Vedder, Alice, R. D. No. 2, Carlisle Ave. -
Vedder, Betty, R. D. No. 2, Carlisle Ave.
Vimpeny, Allen, 521 East Ave. ........
Visniski, Walter, 517 Foster Ave. ......
Von Duyke, Norma, 635 Cleveland St. --
Vought, Richard, 325 Tenth St. .......
Wagner, Mary Lou, 423 West Ninth St. -
Wainwright, Nancy, 109 Wurse Ct. ....
Walker, Marilyn Ann, 1026 Middle Ave. -
Walker, Norine, 326 Clinton Ave. .....
Walker, William, 717 E. River St. ---
Waller, George T., 115 Beverly Ct. .....
Waller, Nancy Joyce, 115 Beverly Ct . .---
Wallhead, Arlene, 1325 West River St. --
Wallhead, Bill, 1325 West River St. .....
Walton, Margaret, 427 Cleveland St. --
Ware, James, 207 Fullerton Rd. ---
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Washington, Howard, 524 North St. ............
Washington, Iva, 19 Woodford Ave. ---
Washington, Lorenzo, 524 North St. ....
Webb, Barbara, 346 16th St. .......-....
Webb, Philip, 726 W. 13th Sr. ....
Webber, Richard, 211 Cascade St. ....
Wehman, Theodore, 225 Fifth St. ....
Weichel, jay, 208 E. Heights Blvd. ...2.
Weil, Rodger, 1005 Gulf Rd. ,.........
Welburn, Lois, R. D. No. 2, Oberlin Rd. ....
Welch, Clark, 228 Oakwood St. 2......,........
Welch, Philip, 426 W. 12th St. ...............,
Wells, Dean, R. D. No. 3, West Ridge Rd. --- --
Wells, Larry, 144 Longfellow .............
Welton, Kenneth, S11 Grafton Rd. ......
Wenzel, Leon, 245 George St. .....
West, Barbara, 213 Wolf Ct. ....
West, John, 526 East River St. ....
West, Roy, 1231 East River St. ......
Westerfeld, Barbara, 1095 Gulf Rd. ....
Westfall, Wandalee, 100 Highland Ct. .....
Wetz, Shirley May, 180 Standford Ave. ..........
White, Alex, 18 Artemas Cr. ......... ........
White, Robert, 671 E. River St. ................
White, Velton, 360 N. Olive St. ...... ,.......
Whitacre, Hubert, 120 Parkview Ct. ---
Whitacre, Philip, 120 Parkview Ct. --- -----
Whitacre, Shirley, 626 Foster Ave. ---
Whitman, Mary, 1085 Gulf Rd. ....-.
Williams, Shirley Ann, 231 Howe St. ---
Williams, Walter, 247 Oberlin Rd. ---
Willis, George, 160 Northrup St. ---
Willis, Norma, 160 Northrup St. .......
Willis, Peggy L., 160 Northrup St. ...,..
Wilshere, William, 333 Dennison Ave. ---
Wilson, Rosemary, 307 Seventh Sr. .....
Wilson, Tom, 901 Lake Ave. L.... --
Wilson, William, 461 W. Sth St. .....
Winkles, Harvey, 172 Brandston Ave. ---
Wingard, Viola, 308 Broad Sr. ......
Wise, Wayne, 710 LaGrange Rd. ,......
Wisser, Faye, 219. Eastern Heights Blvd. --
Witte, Ruth, 1011 Lake Ave. ,..1......
Wojke, Raymond, 550 W. 2nd St. ......
Woldt, Dorothea M., 177 Longfellow St. --
Wolf, William, 146 Adelbert St. ...L...
Wood, Don, 112 Bell Ave. ...1..... -
Wooden, Bill, No. A, Colonial Apts. ....
Wooden, Eileen C., 333 Broad St. ...1....
Woods, Gladys Violett, 24S Hadaway St. --
Worcester, Harold, R. D. No. 3, Elyria ....
Worden, Thomas, 621 East Broad St. 1..n
Worthington, Sarah H., R. D. No. 1, Elyria
Yangea, Margaret, R. D. No. 1, Abbe Rd. -
Yorks, Thelma, 859 Walnut St. ...,-...
Yosa, Bill, 1733 Grafton Rd. ...........
Yost, Dan, 144 Cornell Ave. --- -
Yost, Dave, 399 Stanford Ave. -- ---
Yost, Marjorie, 218 Miller Ct. .........
Wichlacz, Alice, 305 Huron St. ....... -
Widdowson, Sylvia Sue, 454 Oxford Ave. ---
Wilbert, john, 331 Furnace St. .................
Wilbert, Wm., 240 Foster Ave. ..........-.....
Wilbur Wa ne 138 E. 4th St
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Wilfong, Arden, 123 Cleveland St. ....L.... --
Willets, Beatrice, 119 Cornell Ave. .......,..1-,
Young, Albert, 957 Foster Ave. --- -----
Young, Clyde, 949 Gulf Rd. --- - ----
Young, Don, 1307 Middle Ave. .... ---
Edyrhe, 522 E. River St. ........
Eileen, 121 Charles Ct. .........
Laura Jean, 949 Gulf Road ......
Carol 232 East Ave. ......,........1
Williams, Kerman, 598 Cleveland sf. ---
Louise, 435 West 13th Sr. ---
Nancy, 129 Warden Ave. --- -----
Robert, 231 Howe St. ..... .,.....
Rose, 435 13th St. .-.... .....
Yourkvitch, Cecilia, 442 W. Sixth St. ---
Yourkvitch, Stanley, 143 School St. --- -
Yourkvitch, Walter, 404 West St. ------
Yunker, Larry, 2056 Grafton Rd. ---
Zakrzewicz, Theodore, 534 Park Place ----
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