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

 - Class of 1951

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First How Left to Right Don Forbush Boys Athletrcs Ruthre Amato Adver ttslng Maureen Margrctt Tax Stamps Sally Harrmon Nlmtatures Ann Haslco Organxzatxons Ludwtg Petkosek Fmance Second Row Tom Dean Subscrrp ttons Iacquelme Cox Senxor Photos Norma Bloom Tax Stampb Betty Baracskat Typtng Myrna Ltvermore Faculty Thxrd Row loan Hyman Edrtorm chret Grace Hogan and Douglas Burgett Photography Dolly Latz Grrls Athletmcs Adviser: Margaret E Edwards and Earl Laute-rvachleaer lf mas edxted and published by the ELYRIAN STAFF ot Elyna Hxgh School Elyna Ohxo '7757' fnrewnrd Th1s boox lS a small but verx rmportant l1I1lC 111 the multrtude of events that tashrons the cham ol our l1v s By llllQ llllli vue shall fasten 111 our memones the days that many people cher1sh frs the happ1est ol the1r l1ves The l9505l school year has been a qood year overtlowmq Wllh lots ot school Splfll From the moment that the doors were opened last September SplIll has entered 1IllO all the clubs athletrc programs servrce pro Th1s book w1ll help us to remember all these events as well as tho e seemmqly rnsrqrnhcant da1ly lI1Cld9X1lS wh1ch charactenze h1qh school lrfe such as walkmq along th halls w1th our fnends slammrnq loclcer door hopmcj that today vv1ll brmq a surpr1 e assembly reahzmq that we should have used an extra study per1od for that lesson, and 1 atchmq the clock as 1t trcks slowly toward three o clock . 3 , . 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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Rlght Dlck Mclnure Pres1dent Ioan Hyman Treasurer Bob Hettler V1c Presldent Helen Kcxrczs Secreiary lhv .'l'lll0I' vlan: t'llIOI CLARIBEL ABICHT 2061 East Brrdqe Street ollew br 11 rt vu r M mt ornmttta O Ice ?Teen wc S m ectr I ROBERT STANLEY ALLEN 125 Harwood Street ellc .J tr I am IL te c a xnt n x 'n RUTH MAE AMATO Homer Street ey B ll 1 r U 4 BLISITTO s Crew Tzmorrcvx e Worlf rn rmn 1 1 Ltbrar Assrstant 2 Oftxce Assrstant J 4 German Club 3 YTeens 3 4 Dtstxnctmn a 3 Y'I'een Cabmet 4 Sr Class Banquet Commtttee 4 Secre tary Cerman Club 3 Edttor Elyrtan 3 Concessxon Worker Ir Booster Cub 2 ax Stamp Collector 2 Presxdent YTeens 4 Easter s sembly 4 MISIYCSS of Cere 'rtomes ot Talent Assembly 4 EMMA KATHRYN AMSPAUGH R D 3 Baslc a Jo e ' or s Ir Booster Club RICHARD CLYDE ANDERSON 210 Cornell Avenue Latm Club 2 ff?-Ab-' 'ii A-sr' 'Nw x-'Q YD 'Dum ANNE MARIE BAILEY B27 Dewey Avenue trtluuttx A. 1 s w RICHARD THEODORE BARA 406 Lodt Street tva mt: S T t 1 H1 tnctt 's 5 TS ll BETTY ANN BARACSKAI I24 Blake Street Baseball 1 V4 eyball 1 7 Elyrlan 3 -I Llbrary Assts tant 2 Mrmeoqraph Worker 4 Otttce Ass1stant4 YTeens 2 Announcement Comm 4 Tax Stamp Collector 2 RICHARD ALAN BARTHOLOMEW 236 Denrson Avenue Manaaer Baseball 2 3 Track Manaaer 3 Extemp Spealcrnt B nr 1 3 Slxp Crllec r Cerman Club 2 3 I-I R Rep I lr Booster Cub P oto Sq l 7 Dtstmcton Dov 3 IOANNE MARIE BAUM 116 Charles Ct Baseball 2 Volleyball 2 Ot ftce Assrstant 3 4 Y'I'eens 3 4 Tax Stamp Collector 4 Ir Booster Club 3 Qi KARL FREDERICK BAUN R D l Oherlm Ohro T ac V ROSEMARY BEAL R D 2 Telegraph Road LEROY BELLOTTIE 641 West Broad Street Track 3 Nlonltar 3 I-IIY l GEORGE G BERG I7 Phxllxps Ct Tennts Play -1 Crew olr 2 Sr Ch II C nd l 3 4 Orches erman ub cyers Club 4 I-I1Y l L llt rn mttee Chalrman 4 Rlna Com mlttee 3 Dtstmctxon Day Pro rarn l 3 Presldent of Band -1 Vlce Presldent ot Sr Chou I ent on IC ur Chou 3 -1 Preslcent Cermca Club 3 Preslaent I-I1Y 3 Talent Assemblx 3 Sr 't Teens Talent Assembly 4. IOAN CAROLE BERGER 411 Kenyon Avenue Crew 4, Announcer -1: Elyrran I Qutll and Scroll 2, 35 I..at1n Club 2: Spamsh Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 45 Frlena shtp l, 2, 3, -lf C1ltComm1ttee 4, President Y-Teens 3: 'Y' Teen Cabinet 3, 4, Vlce Pres ldent Spamsh Club 35 Ath letrc E, pin and auarcl: Sta- atum Usher 3: Herald 2, 3' Players' Club -1, Extemp Squad 4. IOAN LEE BETZ 118 Homer Street Vf nlr, nc C revu -f Lmrc sslstant 2 NI me r f ro, nan f vxrr C, 'n'n1ttr JISI If 1 Y rcfs r l ASNU I BARBARA ANN BLACK 332 Oxford Avenue Ol'l1ce Assrstant -1 Spam 1 Leaders rr IIF'IIClSlIlp L X Stamp Collector 3 '1 Teens Easter Assemblw Athlettf 1 ana C L arc' IANIESI BLISS H D 3 W Rlver Rd PATRICIA MAE BOKAY 320 Sixth Street L clesburq I-Irah School Cales bura Ill1no1s l EDWIN PHILLIP BOLDEN 217 Lake Avenue Loram Hlah School, Loratn Ohio l, 2, 35 H1-Y -lf Basket- ball 4. Page I3 ANN BRAINARD 3 La Grange Road IVIARNIN MERLE BRUCE 115 Quincy Street 1 C I-16-r'1l I C rc r' I DOUGLAS EDWARD BURGETT 421 Elm Street Tracfc Banc' stra 3 rlar I'I1Y 3 -I Cross Councxl Rlnc' Commlttee 3 Amerxcan Le qxon Essay Wxnner Z Voxce of Democracy Wmner 4 Lake Er1e Band 2 Band Monogram SIDNEY RAY BYARS 343 Concord Avenue Basketball 2: Football I, 2, 3, 4? Track 1, 2: Noon Movte li German Club 3: Student Cab 'l,,,:A-,I-I.. R p. lp Ring Committee 3: Distributive Educatton Club 4: Varsity "E" Club: 1950 Buck- eye Boys' State, 'T 34' qu ,..-. 7 -o ,A- ...fr 3 SHIRLEY ANN CALKINS S14 Cleveland Street tb mx IN r I PATRICK EUGENE CARNEY 503 Dewey Avenue PATRICIA FAY CARSON 182 lerrol Court Ir A Cappella Orcluest R 1 Htah Sc L Ensemble MARY ELLEN CARTER . . 1. La Grange Road C orus l, French Club 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN CARTER 33112 Ninth Street Chorus I: Mimeoqraph Worl-ce er 45 Y-Teens 4: Tax Stamp Collector 4. Page 14 'R IO SAMUEL WILLIAM CERRA 154 Cleveland Street IANET ANNE CLEMENT 1537 Gralton Road stu le M1me1 r rc' 1 A-s1s c rr RICHARD B COMSTOCK 416 Kenyon Avenue Rc slretlvall 11 s Hera r 1111 O tu e As's1s 111 1 51111911 1311111 3 I R1 p 7 Correctton Cou I4 V 1 Preslar nt its n rt Dax mt mr EVELYN IOY CORDY 114 Berkely Dnve Br nd 1 3 Mnnttor 4 ens l 2 3 Nl Tax Sta Collector l -1' 3 111, 'Vi Y? IACQUELINE FAYE COX 562 Lodt Street x wr, S r I C Y Tern e l1flI'TlLFl Sfn rr ID1st1 tcttr w U 4 V1cePres1flen Yleens 3 artttm lslter 3 s C 1 s r As e Cen 'I ss ELMIRA LOU CRAWFORD 241 Harvard Avenue C' ppflrr 3 Olt1Ce ss1s nt -I Leaders rn eens -I Ath et1C E 1n ftara IQISIIIICII n Daw Cam tee c IULIA ANN CROSS 221 Oberlm Road C pellr '1 n str A r E enc Club 3 Teens n ess ns ax Stamp C llect wr Sec' e lIOl'lC"1 Club 3 Rec Wh te All Star 3 Mqnoaram E Pm Cuarct Cheer Leader 4 Dtstmrtlon Day C nrntttee L 1 ers rm p MARILYN DAWSON 203 Overbrook Road C ews 3 Banc' Oittce Asststant -I bpamsh Club -1 Leaders Croup 3 4 Plaxers Club -1 YTeens 1 2 3 4 I-I R Rep 3 Announce ment Commtttee 4 'r Teen met 1 4 E Pm Cua Red and Whrte AllStar 3 Banc: Letter Dtstrnctron Day 3 MARILYN IEAN DICXEN 414 Earl Court Crews 3 4 Announcer 4 A Cappella Chotr 2 3 4 Ba d -1 Monttor 7 Oftrce Assrstant 3 -I Leaders Group 3 Players Club 3 4 YTeens 3 4 E Pm Guard e and Vkhtte All Star 3 Stadxum Usher 3 Stadrum Patnter 4 Dxstmctxon Day 3 Page 15 vii V WHY Y 5 9 RICHARD EVARTS DILGREN R D I Rokson Rocxd Grcr ton ack 4 r I ernpN Q rr R IOYCE MARIE DOSTALL 'I i FAITH L ELLIS 504 West Twelfth Street BL at bull I J I 1 A t ,J 1 1 N xml u I. t I Q rx xr Tm rr rn 1 II CI w if '-Q GERALDINE LYDIA ELLIS 230 Mddl A I e venue 308 N Olxve Street rce A st tent 3 It IEROME IOSEPH DUNN M9 Harvard Avenue EIyrxcxn 3 Monrtor 3 HIY SALLY ANN EDDY 2000 Lake Ave BETTY ANNE EDWARDS R D 2 Gnswold Rodd Lrbrcry Aserstcnt I YTeenQ Z Drstrnctron Day Proqrcm 3 Semor Color Comm 4 Mrmeo graph Worker 4 Y Teerrx 4 H K Pf1geI6 EDWARD IOSEPH ERDEI 406 Lodr Street ercrId Z B nd 3 x 3 4 Drstrnctron Dcry 3 FRED RONALD FARMER 400 Morgan Avenue R Rep I Art Servrce 2 LOUIS FITZPATRICK 2102 So.x1h Oak Street 1 '51 x1 NANCY ANNE FLAHERTY Beverly Court 111 G 'u if Ifkn I '-I f C m C Ev- 11 U11 PP f Teens Cl tn 45 fs' 3' REBERTA MAE FOSSETT 2802 Ecu' Rlver Road Iee F111 'Y Teen IOAN I-'OWL 4 West Rnver Street Sf V 11e'v IUCN 5:9 i i DAVID LEE FROUST 109 West Street r1sfQtJt111 7 III VIRGINIA IRENE FRYE 337 Erqh h Street erette 3 4 Cr w 3 4 A Cqppe lo Chau 3 4 OIIICO As-wtstcnl Cym -1 Leo ers S 'Y Teens -1 Dtstmcu D x Q Hen' HG Vkhte Lcvue C. CWI At etlr tr DON FUNK 443 West Exqhth Street H1 Y 4 'T xx Stcrnp Cslrect r nr-s -s I I7 41- all' W' 'W pmlpc 4 P WILLIAM CHARLES ., qt GARDNER S00 Foster Avenue 3 Tr-n:m5sA ANN FRANKOVIAK EUGENE GARGAS 352 Sevemh Suem 1014 North Wushmgton Blvd Mlmooflfwh Wmkpf I NWI BmkQtbQ111 Football 1 Track Movxe 3 4 Y Teens ' 3 Page 17 1 Ik if ROBERT WILLIAM GEDRIDGE 16:1 Eaulawn Avenue w I DOROTHY IEAN GIBBENS 242 Pasadena Avenue xte DONALD EUGENE GILLESPIE 316 Cornell Avenue askotbcll Mc was 1 Cl "Il li LEROY BEVERLY GOODSON 235 Oberlm Road Basxe al 'I Cappel a Cl' DARLENE HAIVIBLY 364 49th Street Rasfwfxll I 2 Volleybr ll I 2 Othce Assxstant 4 YTeens l Dlstmctxon Day Prnfrrsrn 3 is if 3 X ROXANN HANDROSH N I G al Z IOAN MARIE HARGATE 245 Columbxa Avenue A QIIII RICHARD HERMAN I-IARTMAN 209 Blame Street elm tltr GAYLE ELAINE HAZELTON 254 Boston Avenue Vc llrfvluc ll C poo x 4 IVI1"n frr 1 I W Tom C rtfnc I 'Y 91 1 'D is fa AUDREY MAE HEARNE 124 Lewxs Court A Cappella Chou 2 Cleo Club 1 D LC A rffxge I8 -.al -4 HARRY IOHN HEBEBRAND P D I Draqonal Rd Gra'3 DEI CRES IANE HENDRIXSON 2807 West Rrver Road l K ROBERT FRANCIS HETTLER R D 3 S Middle Avenue sketlalll 7 -1 Span -9 rn 3 Tre 4 Stun 1 r met 4 H Y 3 4 VC Presrtlent Semor Class Var sty E Buckeye Boys State 3 Foatballl 2 Mom or J' I 'WO ""S WILLIAM ESTER HEYD 193 Lonqlellow Football l GRETCHEN HEYWOOD HOCH 132 Overbrook Road 'U' B seball 7 3 4 Basketball all Cappella Chorr 2 3 Barra l 2 3 4 BandTre'-as 4 ctr-stra P 3 Otter s sunt 3 French Club 3 Latm Club 3 Leaders Crotp ns IAMES BERNARD HOFFMAN 330 Eleventh Street Latm Hr Y ROBERT HOLLINS 5743 Elyrra Avenue LINDA ANN HOLMES 345 llth Street sebal L 3 4 Basketu oe a '7 Crew 3 4 Lrbrary Assrstant 2 3 Mrmeoqraph Worker -1 Oftrce Assrstant 1 2 4 Lead ers Group 3 4 Players Club T ens 2 4 Stadt m Usher 3 All Star Basketball 3 All Star Volleyball 3 4 ELSIE MARIE HOMOKI 111 Blake Street Baseball l 2 Basketball 2 3 4 Lrbrary Assrstant 2 3 Mrfneoaraph Worker 4 French Club 3 Leaders Group 3 eens l 2 R Stadrum Usher 3 NATHANIEL HOPKINS 405 Fuller Road Fvotball l 3 Chorus l Page 19 QS' 4-If 11 lbw' O TED R HOPKINS 1322 IVI1ddIe Avenue Mcrnaqer Athktrcs I Hemi n 4 A L pro ABIGAIL HULTZ 2060 Lake Avenue V 1IewbcIl K C' ect P wrt ent IOAN RUTH HYMAN 219 Hcxmllton etc F tn cnc ec ers P Announcer I Cnortts I Bun Orc es rc rrczn I 2 I renc CI b e Lc'tm CI Nttcent Ccrbmet trnctr n Dev C rnnmttef 3 Roc ment C Jrnet 3 Trecrs en e P Ears er A se'n Iv MARY THORA IENSEN 415 West Second Street cy I 3 4 Crew Dtr 4 nn I Elyrrcrn A c rx PIC1Vers C 5 ptcft 2 r'I'eens trnctr n Dny 3 Tnespt ns G y 'I rs en IOHN RALPH IOHNSTON 118 St C1r11r Street crcfc A P Announcer 4 A C ,J 011 orr 7 3 B fi Orchestra 4 Lcrkc Fm If r rt' L s ' Lu r' CI lnftr 1 C Vrttrf Bu ,ceyf Br ya State 'I 'Q lsr i GFS DICK ROLAND IOHNSTON D No FRED R IONES 419 Adams Street LOIS ANNE IORDAN 237 Oxford Court n otrc Pm an tr ec ers L0 III C L tm sh CI 113 3 H Teen Vrco r e rn A11 ltr' ls wa A Stcfr Bcrsltztbmll Z 3 Drs I Ctror' x If rcrr r 'I' 'S I 'N ROBERT VALENTINE IOVIAK 615 East Avenue P tune cr A IP' I'TII I1 IULIA IEAN KADER 130 Rush Street tr eterrcr A r e Y n I 1 Mrmeorrrrr, worker I Page 20 ggi Q4 ,g.1'b. ,-. 5 'Q i Ci HELEN ROSEMARY KEREKEu 817 West Thrrd Street e' :'F1HY MARY KANGAS 498 ihadden Road C As 18111111 94 R T xktvn, f 11111 n' 1 er HLIFN S KARAS 315 West Aven VK H0 DONNA IEANNETTE KEYSER 133 Clark Street sewall ' Bcsketbc: V 11ew5cl1 C100 C1 1 n I1 H1 f Ass etc J 11 Tee 5 N1 e 3 1 I 1 J PS F' A a w C, ass A111 rn 375 v"7 RONALD HESTER KAUFFMAN R D 2 Oberlm Road km 1V1 mtg R KENNETH G KINZEL R D 1 Grafton Ohxo RICHARD KAWELI. 321 Fourth Street BEN S KLESTA D 1 Gra'ton Ohno Q C arms srstcmt 1 n DF IAMES R KNOTT 120 Stanford Avenue --y evt 1 Cweetra L e E10 KELLEY Lea 110 B111 1 ' Lctm C1 111 4 H111 Phvt N111 '1 -1 Vlce Pres -1 D1'l1111C1 n D x ' Buckese Boyx State 3 MARLENE CATHERINE 13112 Cleveland Street A C rppe11a Chin J 4 Le man C1111 Y Teenx 1 4 Page 21 if 76' N0 15" 1 ' , DALE E KNOWLTON 1724 Lake Avenue ntl l Distincti rt w l KEITH W KOCHIS 359 High Street nd l 2 Distincti n Dov 3 PERRY E KOEPKE 541 Second Street ESTELLE MARIE KOONS 328 East Broad Street Baseball 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 47 Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4: S . A. Cappella oir 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 5 Tax Stamp Collector 2, 4: Stadium Usher: Distinction Day Proqram 3. THEODORE IACK LAKOCY R. D. 1, Elyria, Ohio Basketball Manager: Band 1, , , : '- , , 3, 4: President 4 and Secretary 3. i 4 IANE ANITA LAMBERT R D 1 Grafton Ohio Mimeoqraph Worker 4 LOIS ANNE LANTSBERRY 223 Oakwood Street Baseball l 2 4 Basketball 1 2 4 ArtServ1cc-2 3 No n vie YTeens 3 4 H Hep 1 3 Iunlor Booster Club 3 Distinction Day Proqram Z Ofiice Assistant 2 RICHARD IAMES LARKIN 109 Parkview Court nnis 3 4 w Student Director 4 Players Club 4 Director 4 r s ident 4 Thespians 3 4 An noun er 4 Extemp Speaking Speakers Bureau 3 4 Ir A Cappella Choir 2 Sr A Cappella Choir 3 4 Band La ib 2 4 V Pres 3 Pres 4 Student Cab 4 s yectionists Club 1 2 Varsity F Club 3 4 Distinction Day Program 2 3 Youth Council Member at Larqe 4 Buckeye Boys State 3 MARGARET LECZO 1760 North Ridge Road Baseball 1, 2, 3: Volleyball l , 3: Office Assistant 1, 2, ' Y-Teens 4. DAVID GERALD LEONARD 165 Pasadena Avenue otball 1, 2: Hi-Y 4: i - Pres. Ir. Class: Distinction Day Chairman 4. Page 22 gf- MARILYN IUNF LESLIE 1838 West Avenue EDWIN ALVIN LETTEHIY D 2 Elyria O KATHRYN M LINE 401 Clark Street ol cr'-,Kr I Warm r u een ltien iw Caluim t f inn CFR ll I tn S ELAINE CAROL LIVERMORE 238 Pasadena Avenue we T4 Q I KENNETH LEROY LOGAN 325 North Street nlcetball I, 2, 3 4: lfoot I V rsity E Club 3, 4, H ' . i 'C -gi 17' Ll 11 fi 1 I-'lg NYLA MAE LYNDES I Gra on D DANDRIGE LYONS 435 8th Street I BEATRICE MARIAN MCCLEMENTS I Persons Court Q f t Q All Sr x e YTe0ns I 2 3 4 Mim Gra rlcer 4 etarx -I if' I l GRACE EVELYN MCHALE 204 East Broad Street use -.K 4 Vollevball I in Wrann an At etic c' Ass ant 3 4 Cr vu 3 4 Cafeteria Cashier Spanish Club 4 Players Clul ons I 3 4 Tre Teen l m Uslie tinrim D x ram RICHARD ALLEN MCINTIRE 133 Lake Avenue Crew 3, Herald 3 4' Business Manager 4: Annivuncer 4' Uerman Club 3' Quill qi roll3 4 '-'L 47Hi . Committee 3' President S: Class: Concessions 35 lnta mural Basketball 3 4: Circle- ville High Z: Distinction Day 3: Buckeye Boys' State 3. Page 23 39" X VT S i IACK LLOYD MALLERY 375 N Abbe Road Bcsketoall l an H CAROL IEAN MARINGER 215 Prtnceton Avenue Vollex ball All Star Vollex Dau L Crew 4 Ir A Capella Chorr 3 Sr A Cappella Chrrr 4 Lrbrary Assrstant l tlce Assrstant 3 'E Teens -l Treas 'X Teens 3 Leqran Es ay Vtmner 3 D1 mcuon Dov A semblx 3 IIMMIE LEE MARKEL 363 Hawthorne Avenue Chorus l MARY ALICE MARSHALL 704 Lake Avenue Baseball l 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Volleyballl 2 3 Chorus 1 Glee Club P Ir A Cappella 3 Offrce Ass1stant3 4 Spar' rsh Club 4 Leaders Cr tp S Booster Clxb Z D1st1nct1rn Day Cornmrttee 3 Staclrum Usher 3 IOSEPH ALBERT MARSICO 115 Beebe Ct Basketball l Manager 2 Eootballl 2 Chorusl Band I Lrbrary Assrstantl 2 H R Rep l l 1.4 S-v i ':.-'zz 'i si MARY ANN MAROZSAN R D l LaGrange Chro rneoar ph VN r 4 M A r er e ,sv af' STEPHEN SAM MIHALIS 408 East Avenue B1 eball 3 -1 Herald 3 Mrmtor 3 Pro,eCt1on1sts Clt Qlxxll ann Scroll -1 RICHARD MILAN MIKA 453 Poplar Street H l H R lntramural Baslcetball 7 DARLENE SALLY MILLER 318 Seventh Street Band 3 4 YTeens l Drum Malorette 3 4 Baselall l 2 Volleyball l DlS11HC1lIbl1 Day Commlttee 3 W HELEN MINNICK 25 West Avenue A Cappella 3 Ofhce Assrstant 3 Tax Stamp Collector l Deca 4 ' .4 Page 24 BASIL MCDOFV 301 Abbe Road Elyrcz BYRON EUGENE MORRIS 329 12th Street 1 f S1 11 CONSTANCE MARIE MUNTEAN R D 2 Bechtel Rocxd 11,1 VN 1 1 1 Buskr-tba 1 Base 311 Vn11eybc11 1 1VI1merQ1c1p11 W1 Ir'OT Icx Str np C ec HELEN ELAINE MURPHY 310 Roosevelt Avenue 7111111 H1c11 S41 qi is IOHN DUDAHL NIELSEN 249 Ccmbndqe Street N mt IIFQ' 1"'11'trr CAROL EDITH OBRIEN 371 Hlqh Street cw 1 1cc't T IC L D x yn tee IAMES I O CONNOR 229 East 13th Street Bc: 1cct5C11 1 EDWARD RONALD OLAH 127 Beebe Court v1o111to1 2 RALPH LEE ORR 339 Hawthorne Street Footbc111 2 Page ZS .qw 4 2 ix 4--, -41 -if ,es , 3 - ' I I4 -f V - -Q . v t1'1f Z '1'1A11:11:f 41 Z 'I'1':f'k Q1 'S ,.. v N 'Iz':"f: 1V1c1:11:1r11 . 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I11 3 , 1 11 A 1. 4 I D - 3 . 4 ' 1 f If Q11 i N G xg! 4 1 . 1 , 1. 4, . iv ' 40 I0 - I 3 4 O11 1 Q11 .111 .. 3. y Q- 'Q P A f Q9 NORA ELLEN PICKARD D 1 1 e 1 HELEN MARIE PARKER 350 Oxford Avenue SALLY CLAIRICE PARKS IB73 Lake Avenue Ex er R Dc L SIRI t l OMNI I tr St K SIS lectrr '1 w 'Y Teen 1 S N er4 RICHARD MICHAEL PATYAK 320 Wmckles Street Basketball I 3 Football 4 Tr Sp nrsh .lb 4 rece 1 ub 3 4 C THOMAS CHARLES PITTS ISI Ene Street DAN CHARLES PLAS R D I La Grange Road tc Dall Jpe Chau 3 .Y i RICHARD WALTER PEMBER 1205 East Rrver Street EDWARD PHILLIP PERKINS 441 Adams Street Basketball l 2 3 Football I 2 3 4 Golf 2 4 Lrbrary Ass1stant3 Varsxty E Club 3 4 BEVERLY MAE POHORENCE 1504 East R1ver Road Y Teens 4 Sec C-tary Dec VERNE EDWARD POTTER 479 Cleveland Street Crew 3 A Cappella Cho1r 2 3 4 Herald 3 4 German Club 3 Players Club 3 4 H1Y 4 H R Rep I Page 26 'J 'fn .1 IAMES ARTHUR PROCHAZKA 524 W 16th Street BERTRAM LESTER PROVOZNIK 2107 Lake Avenue 1 Xi 1 C 4 V IIS rr- lhstm SHIRLEY ANN ROLING 221 Howe Street I 'Y err RIGGS ROYER 350 13th Street se ut t Sf x Ce R IANET RUMMERY 1045 Bell Court RICHARD ALLISON REISING 614 Foster Avenue I1 xg? FRANK REISZ 1415 East Avenue ' MARY LOUISE RICCO 296 49th Street 'T- ' 4, eybcill : Nltmeocuuplm orker 4, 'Tc ns 4 Ca e- . 'cr ' eens lil' S- 'emlnly ' 1 J T'1e.1t Assembly 4. Oftli 1 LN mv Assl-sf' Ou f 5 T 6 DONNA LOU SARGENT 213 Spruce Street Cmter Qpcmsh .gb ' G eter':1 VKX! : Q A FORREST DARREN SARVER 571 West 3rd Street Ofttre Assistant -i Lctm Claxl Page 27 .,-1 i 3 , 1, . ,b5 , ki! u QI-2 T DOROTHY MARIE SAUER 223 Huron Street Volleybal All Star Vgllsx a Frxen lblfup Chorus l ANN SCHIESZ 423 Ohxo Street olleyball 3 4 Ltbrarx As srstant l Otttce Ass1stant 4 Spamsh Club 4 Leaders Group 3 4 Players Club 3 eens 1 Se Cabtnet 3 Dtstrnctton Day Program 3 lr Booster Club 2 Saaxum Usher 4 Plan C ew 2 3 4 IOHN EDWARD SCHMIDKONS 152 Adelbert Street Chorus 1 A Cappella Crotr FRANK IOHN SCHODITSCH 674 North Abbe Road B seball 2 3 4 Offtce As ststant 3 lntrarnural Basket b 3 4 EDWARD DONALD SCHROEDER 385 Broad Street Apt Ltbrary Aserstant l 2 Momtor 3 Noon Movre 4 Latm Club 2 3 HIY 4 Dtstmctton Day Proqram 3 RICHARD GROBE SCHWIND R D 1 Grafton Ohxo not a ru Lltcstra 3 C. 4 Boys DISIIHIIOI1 C Commtttee 3 EVELYN ETHEL SCOTT 113 Monroe Street Volleyball l Chorus l Noon Mov1e 4 ROBERT ARTHUR SHAFFSTALL 270 East 16th Street rotoall rt 5 SILAS SHANNON 804 Lake Avenue rv tl all Varsl I IUNE SHORT 2167 Lake Avenue Page Zo BARBARA IEAN SI-IRIVER R D 3 Chestnut Ridge Road N C tt DOLORES ANN SIMMS R D 2 Russia Road 1 v M DANIEL SIMON 301 Louis anna Avenue Plav 3 -I Crew 4 Annoinfer Lxfmp S eakiricr 3 1V1uri1t1Jr -I Photo Squad 3 4 Cerman Club 3 4 Playfrs Club 3 -1 Thespians 4 H1Y NANCY MARGARET SLUSI-IER 354 Kenyon Street Baselzall 2 3 4 Basket o eyball L4 111 ers 1p H ri O'i1Ce sist nt I T c French C111 2 Irons 1 I-I R ep IANICE LOUISE SMITH 201 Columbia Avenue I 'rian 3 Library Assistan 4' Oftife Assistant 1 Q, Span ish Club 4' YTe0ns 4 -1 ,J sl-1 IOAN MARIE SMITH 1255 East River Street fmli C 4 Y Te MARY LOU SMITH 110 Princeton Avenue Manco am Athletic F Pin rc f iard Loaders C1611 C115 lr TO! n Cabine ax N '13, Ccilector 4 Boos 'r' M oret e ERNEST ALBERT SPARKS 219 Winckles Street 3 RICHARD WAYNE SPEI LE 247 East Broad Street Baseball 4 Crew 4 A Cap pe rr Choir 3 4 Pre 2 Assistant Student C neuf S Choir 4 Ban ce Pres aior Orchestr e 2 3 Distinction ax Proqra'n3 DALE WILLIAM SPIEGELBERG . . 2. Middle Ridge Road Lorain, Ohio Band 1, .4 , 'VI' ir Oftice Assistant 4' Hi-Y 2 4: Distinction Day Proaram . QAQ -so 2 ?' fb 1-uv IAMES EDWIN SPRAGUE 611 Tyler Street IL 'TI ROBERT GENE STEFKO 165 Irondale Street Nl m IEANNE MARIE STEELE 323 Parmely Avenue Cllee Club 1 2 Art Servrce Deco Club 4 IANET RUTH STELLER 319 E Hexqhts Blvd Sr A Cappella Chotr 3 4 German Club 3 Latm Cl lla 2 Leacers Group 3 4 YTeons R 1 x Stamp Collector 3 -1 GERALD DENISON STEPHEN 126 Caroline Street Cheerleader 4: Football Man' aqer 1: A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 4: H1'Y 1, 2. 3, 4: Distinctron Day Commlttee 3: Deca 4. 5' f-1 JW' ,gn 1 1 RUBY LOUISE STILES 217 Rush Street DAVID RUSSELL STOKLEY 315 Park Avenue Ten A Coppell Ch I 1 rl U 1 MARGARET ELWYNNE STRONG 222 Spruce Street o cybull A Cappe a Chou 7 3 4 Llbrary ASSISIQIIII YT REVA LOUISE STROUSE 313 East Avenue 1VI1mc-Ccrrapb Worker -1 Nl on 0 ALDA E. STURTEVANT 407 East River Street C100 Club lf Noon Movie 4 Spamsh Club 4, Y-Teens 4. 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Hu-.sell Hrntorr Rrclrarcl Hrrth 9arrnclra Howard m Hovsertn Honalc' Hull ra rt lm mm ll Drclt Iarrtz ella U an Iezevuslc Lester l l'nS lclrth Kaplan Barbara lxc lrlcr Fryllrs Kemolc l no Kennellw Irfn Kvnball Hrchard K na Lecelra Klocel-c lean Kokar Joanne Kokar Dranne Kotar lahn Kovac Betty Kovacs Donna Kruqman Larry Kuba laanne Kuhl Bob Kunkle Barbara Kuss lane Lahrtt Don Lanq Carl Larkrns lohn Larkms Robert Lawson Chrqurta Lee Flrchard Lottman Dollre Lotz Vrrqrnra Lyndes Tom Majesky Phyllis Mathewson Irm McCord Ron McDarrrels Bernre McDrvrtt Sherman Mellrnger Lourse Mendenhall Irm Mrller Don Morrrs Ieanette Nagy Shrrley Nagy lrm Nay Alan Nremeyer Carl Norrrs Ruby Northrup Ioan Olmstead q Ll ,3 -T I . - -Q Nl : il tl ' 1 P5 L . VV llr r as ' ty Q I nf' S larrrm, lc I X yl ' A Ill ivy Yv 'rr r - tl ml' A. A '3 l -T Q I3 A llflcll lurrrrylrr N Ag: i' t Sally' .lvn W ' ,. . ' ' B " A ly' 'fr-tl 4, G -- - Q0 2 , f.: 1 X ,- if ' W ' ":i ' ll . N1 x hw , r, -3 7 , 2 W Y 4 ij' h N Z? :lx gl '- B Tw ' l l ' ' Ronald Hrrrnrum tl r 3 9 t l' ' Q , V J N' 'T V Q AL: law ll "' .. ,ry ,. . 42, I U: 4 . ll J Ck. A A ' X Barista lihrrssn Q a . av 4 t -.' V V " 'N :s '? 3 -3 11 1 L 4" A A A 6 a . A P . V K K . 'S Y ' , WW 'Q 5 - 'af 4 r A . W N 7 A 23 H I A T3 L? A , E l I a W ' l P Z -. 1 ' 1 f - . l X '-- I 1 . 8 3 . I - IUNIORC 5 'S G7 1 11 y Olszaw-1 ll 111 Pm 1 1 Unk Pener W S B111 P1114 11 11V Alllll 11, Pr1111c P1 v1 -. 1111 rs su If 1 Q ., ll 11 111111 11 s 4 f? 311111 1 "" .9 Q 1xe1x11 er 1sr 1.11 33 Q. K 1 511617119111 rrx Shzppf TN 12111 F1 cr qer Sh '14 rnell 5 D 1n Sh S er 1111611 Skuieedu 'IJITX Sloane C One Sm1111 3 11m Qrmth ,, Mary 511111 Shrrlew Munlyn 811011 Belty Snow R 13911 Snvce 'S lane! Sprcc e herald Squ1re Paul Srmb Rose Sternberq Ettn 511195 171614 S1r1C1cle1 Bermce Streuxc- Harold Sweenw Q Sh1rley Sw1qe1 rrry Tuxry Bob Taylor Funny Thomas Dale Thompw 1 .,. 131611 Thomps 111 Kcxy Thompson B111 Thornton CLOTH? Trlborr Lvelyn Tkcxc 4 2 G Phyllrs Tomczshesk , , 8 Edncz T011 Q '3 Steve Trc11C1111 ,,,,x ' Ruth Turnbull DIGHP Von Boxtell Curol Vcznek 3 bam Von Horn A Ng , Walter VlSfllSkl Nancy Waller A 1 lv 1111.11 11111,-n . I 3 W G J, I 111 111 ., - .111 if ' Q, '1 111 1'11s1- r1w '-2 ' I , l Q 111 ,YI1 1 1 A A 1 M1 1 11111111 N 111- '1 1 1 211611 Q 3 - :Q 3 d 'S 1".'411y11 5111111 ,f9 - ' ' '4 1 -FL .3 1"1 11 P1151 1 1 4' M1 -1 P:':11 I Nnzmjy P111 1 fn- "' 1.111111 1' 111+-1 1211 1111 '11111 , ' - 4, ' fi ' ' ".wc- 111111111. 1 ' , ' I Y ' Hr- 151115 -A? Q! 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A , ' L4 K ' . 1 11 I V 5 f ' x A L ' A' 'N x '-1 5 ,le YS, IUNIORS '3 g- -xrlenc Wcrllhead llm Ware Kfn Vlehber 0 Vwcrl Vlfs r art tc-r li 5.1 O Wt: n c cz Arden Wtltona Clllll Wt rt 1 W11 ll XR Q H usomary Wtlson Wllltam Wtlscrt Wayne Wtse 2 Phll Whttacre 15 un VN od Thelma Yorks B111 Yosa Llleen Youna Tea Zack IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS The Iunror Class Offrcers under the supervrsron of Mr Owen Gleason have had a busy year Therr two brggest actrvrr s were the Iunror Class Rrnqs and Drstrnctron Day Iudy Dunn the treasurer of the lumor Class has been especrally busy for her duty 1S to see that the class rrngs are ordered properly money turned over promptly and the rrngs drstrrbuted to the anxrously wartmq lunrors Long before the Class realrzed 1t the offrcers recerved srx brds from s1x salesmen to whom they pard S50 each to see therr drsplay a vote was taken and two rrngs wer selected from each salesman The rmqs were bought from the Ionsten Company One hundred and erqhty one r1ngs were ordered by the Class at the prrces of S15 19 S17 12 S19 04 and S20 10 The Drstrnctron Day Commrttee began work rn mrd February by electmg these members to Wflle the scrrpt I1m Mrller charrman Betty Halsey hm Krmball Don Morrr Eleanor Hess Don Lang Edrth Kaplan Carol Aldrrch Grant Ingersoll 11m McCord Carl Larkrn Bob Kunkle and Carol Hammons IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Rrqht Iudy Dunn Treasurer Don Morris Vrce Prestdent Ixm Mlller Presrdent Eleanor Hess Secretary J .1 X at R' 19, 1 A O V' 1 v 'tt ' aff, K -1 4 I , A I X J' 11 f - ra 1 x 5. - E hx .4 1.w1s ' rlbrwrn Ha 11 1 VVQ-s 1 -ld Q ,J Q Q w I. -y 'A tc ' -35 . 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I :rOPHOMORE nr r Alrrcr Orrrtrflvll Abram L4 ora Alrlqrrrn Donna Arblr Paul Arnrlt Rrchcrrl Attktss r Dora Aulule Rosemary Baa lrr ne Brrtlr V B rv Bcrtrr r tl 0 Sally Ball n rt t Brr-,se Plryllr Battle lack Baurr Betty Baum In Blaner Lots Beals Ianet Bell Ron Bc llottte Iomes Berry Sarah Btrch Betty Btshop Ida Bokay Betty Boyd Nedra Bozman Rrclrard Bramwell Anna Lou Brrckner Drck Brown Bherla Brown bhtrley Brown Wrllram Brown lane Buchholz Patrrcra Burrll Barbara Burns Drane Caley Ronald Carr Ronald Lartensen Davrd Carter Gary Castle Carl Laywooa Dale Chamberb Rose Chrrstman Ronald Clawson lean Clement Marcra Davres Donald Dean Tom Dean Eugene Dc-'nop ul ss Robert Douglas Kathleen Drake Marrlyn D tnlur Walter ldwarde Rrchard Frchenla b Donald Fl':ert Nancy Eschtruth Elame Evenchrk Drana Everxtt Barbara Fxltne Ronald Fahrnur W orth Fauver Donald Felty Q xx -JU' -.6 xr fs K .. ,- 9 pw an Ronald Femk 'D Yolanda Frdel Bob Ftiher Hallre Frtzpatrrctc i A Howard Flood Harrret Fobe: N1 vu 'x -4 +9 -4 7 Ai. 'G '-4 1. 'G Mary Folk "' Don Forbush Armenra Fortune Melvrn Foqle 3 Q 3 .A A rg xi N' 'I Q ' A Ln Burt rf rrrs 3 4 Y, :-' ,fs V y 3 R : Y' v -q , 7 ' , n ..?' - v 'lf -7 N -4 . W3 ' ff 4' ,ff ' f ' I ,. fl U. A ,I 02 ' Q an 1, . .fl llvrr u B w 7 ' 1 'tx nz' 1 v 4' I . ' w N Ke r - lm ,'.' tt l i 1 J P Y .W . 5 A ' 4- V .T . r ' to " , my A Q, .- w W E X-el . I A 7 sk 0 1' " -2 'I' 'AL 1 ei 'W .. . :RNA L I . 1, t 1: 2 ,Z 4. 3 A 9' I 4? ' -3' . 7 . A Y Q 1 Sylvra.Burqett 4 Q J. 'EM' I . L . wg s , . I D 'lx A 3 - A I . V7 U ' A, - . K A l if 1 -I x V - , 1 1 a, A ' L . ' K A - ,N U ,R " t .H .S B V 3 t J 9 .Q 2 4. Q f N1 K ' 1 x ' -' A A J. - ,ll 3 'W d ' 1 il , 9 ' K Sr? , ' A ' H J ' 1 jf N - ' . 6 1 - . . '- 3, 9 J . 3' , . y 7:3 F - H ,? f-W 'Q 4 l H- L Dx.. . . 4 3 Z -. lx X 7 , f N H . Q 1 ' Q A ' ' J- B r L A B S4 W is g 4 DOPHOMOREC' Betty Fortune Btll Foss Carol Fox Loxs Frtdenstrne Barbara Caehr Iames Caqen Carl Gardner Iames Cxlkts n Martha Closser T vm L ray lack L reen Rolla Q reer Ioanne Crueser Helen Guxqnettt Irm Gunderson Tom L wrnn Shrrley Hahen Ray Halltwell Robert Halsey Iames Hambly Patsy Hancocrc Edward HQ mmmqe Ann Henrnnqs Ruth Herrrck Armand Hess Brll Het ser lerrv Hrcks Crace Haan Roberta HOll1d3N Harlan Holobach Shrrley Holton Ex ard Hoprcms Kerth Ho ton Ethel Hot ston Shtrley Hovrs Elrzabeth Huebner Nancy Hurd B111 Huskmson Rex Inqold Raymond Ia'nes George Iewell Manna Iohnson Ronald Iohnson Ioan Iohnston Delphme Iones Donald Iones Douqlas Iones Donald Lambert Glen Lamoreaux Bxll Lance Irene Lantsberry Ierry Laumer Gerald Lawrence Donald Lenhart Barbara Lescher Rosemary Lescher Ellzabeth Leuzzr Merna Lxvermore Iune Logan lean Lomax Arlene Lonqbrake Dale Lonqbrake Malcolm Lumadue Nora Lysaqht Esther Kader lun Kauffman loan Kaye Sarah Keech loe Kellrnq Donald Krnq Ronald Klexster iq -4 1 ,-. 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K SOPHOMORVQ 1. l'l1-5 r K11 p 2 7 Chord Krscc O' Lynn K nn Shr 110 K 1 or I ll tn KlllIJ'TlUll 'Q' 4 K 1sl n Il Mfrfh c11l Moooofx Mory M'rf'crK Mol 4,1110 Moh l Q Bob Mflllll 0 t lorxcr Mo ms 05 NlUl"lSllPld Mo 11+ 1 n Mcrrqroi P1101 Mcrrozvwn I hn Morshull 4 ,,, Phyllxs Morto lcrr1,11vl1ne Mos n 'Y Hoof-rt MCA11th1 Cr If l MCC my l11 Mal ro W1ll1111n McHenry 4, Vhllrom MCI-le-nry Urmo MClnt1re it 4 Sh1rlf-y MCK1lYlfK Blll MCMonn lurk Mrox MKIIV Mrrvo lc rry Memo 4' Q I51x1r- Mlller Kathleen M1llQ Koy M1tCl1ell Ma y Mnchell B1 vorly Morrm Carol Morton Kothleen Mueller V1rq1l Munteon Prod Mwers , ' A loan Myhrmon Cornet Nell Horold Nell Art Nemes Mcxrqxe Nevrn Morrlyn Mrcholus Iune Nl6lSOn Molly M1elson Beotnce Moel Walter Noster Tony Olenek LOlS O Mclley Ruth O M1ll1on Andy Pc1lc1qy1 Marque Polmer 1 Mory Pcrwhkowskr . LUdWlQ Petkovsek Bob Phxllrps A M1lton Prppert Pot PIOVOZHIK 9h1rley Holter f, 2 Borboro Rcmooe Otto Rec Dole Reed 6 - J 4 Iuno Hetchord Lo111s Hesko Loretto Hesko Lolo Rrchords Ionet Rxclrel Fhtu Rogers .L L., lf lorx t xtcr - V A, Allll 1- pvr J . 0 O" I ' A E .'1 3 3 ll1f'lKfv 'M K -Q O . ' A-3' P52111 :pil P 3 . ot' 3 r I p if V' ' ,X if .' 1 L ' h P'r:11vl1: K1 ck Az A 5 '2 ,F . - 3 I '11 1 - 1 . 1 Or V- 1 V I v , , ' ,llIfN11f1 Ok l Q ll' 1 '1 cn ., J i , 'il ltrvx 1f1r 12 1 lil Q., V, 3 a , at I - I If I lscrlwllrl Molonv Q, " ' Y .. 2 r J - ' ' ' B . ' 5 . 6 -1 , an -I '- : t ,,- I . 'lf J nj ' K A. Q 1 ill y V Y A 0 A 1 3 -f' A 1 or, 73 13, ,A , X , :OS ' K? 3 ' -- 1 I H ,K 1 11 . , ? L , 1 ga . V A at V V A 3 -, - Q no . , 4 . Ng. 1 5 A 1 od SJ.. Q- ,Q 'F QQQGQ fs 40 1 SOPHOMORES B1 tty B ulancl Q le n Rosenthal Beverly Huhl Mary Lou Sabollck Marlo Sandow Don Schmrttqen Tom Schotreld Nancy Schroeder Ken Schuster Dean Shatter loan Shepherd Douq Sheppard Bermce Sherrrll Don Shewell Naoma Shxley Larry Showalter Howard Srttrnqer Drane Smith lack Smrth hm Smxth Patrrcxa Smrth Bob Snow Kay Spxes Kay Stanq Maurxce Stark Bob Stem Carol Stems Pete Stewart Tom Sutlrft Shirley Szabo Leroy Terrell Raymond Thomas Iudy Thorne Irm Tmstman Iohn Trte Carol Tcnry Darlene Towne Patrxcla Traqo Ianet Updrke lack Varaday Bob Wagner Davxd Walker Kay Walker Robert Walker Beverly Wallhead Colleen Walters Norma lean Walshmqton Barbara Webb Laura Webb Drck Weller Barbara Weller! Ieanette Welsh Dorothy West Sally Wrele Shxrley Wmley Mary Ehzabeth Wrllrams Barbara W1rth Ianet Wrssmqer Drck Wolfe Alberta Wood Gladys Woods Kerth Worcester Lee Wurster Darlene Yost Pat Yost Rodney Young Io Anne Yourkvltch Mary Ann Yourxvxtch Iames Yousko , ,, S ,, 2.9 Y by . Qi V Q 4 , Y- it f T I Y Q .' S A ' , x Ag. D B - . Q31 -3' B , 4 N S A '-ls Q I A 5 I . V .V , . Q My W I W . ' . , Q X l E '1 x K3 'n x 9 I -, 2 A - 2 H H . .Q - S sg -1 W ,A L D ' 4 ' -'S 'ff' ff ' 'J D an a -1 f Q K, ' E3 kc. X . 5. t -.L A G I S 1 J . 5 . . , O J . -,A -. ef l - A . - 1 4' 3 A -an 'S 5 -, 14 S ' Q . Qi. ' et FRESHMAN l tm Alurtxm rs 'xlamy Alararno-.kt Barbara Adams Tom Arlklns Larol Allrxtmtxr 1- Ann A en P n Andres-. Larry Anrirfss Fhta Arm tt Roy Arnold Dale Bally l' Baltzell Norma Barnaxu Flberta Barn lean Bataor' ec l Nancy B Darlene Beam'- Htxrrlet Becman lc hn Berea Ted Berg Barbara Best Barbara Blere hm Bxllmqsley Ceorqe Btrk hm Blauvf lt Shxrley Bohaman Cecxl Booth hm Box hm Brenner Betty Brown lean Brown Tom Brown Esther Bruce Frank Brunner Carol Buckholz Ioe Buqa Kenny Burrer hm Bursley Norma Burt Clarence Bush Rxchard Bush Chuck Butler hm Butson Dons Caldwell Allan Campbel lennmqs Campbell Vermta Carmxchael Pat Carter Wayne Carter Tom Cendrosky Betty Chamber Shuley Chapler Fmmaloutse Church Dtck Clark Shxrley Clawson Roger Cllfl Mary Coates ale Cook Charlotte Cooke Ieanne Coon Roberta Copas Omer Cunntnqham fy, qv R m ag - FR '2- xbi el X ,Q 1 'T Q -0- 41 1 Marcla Crooks Q Charles Currter Lmcla Curtts 1 Sharon Cuson la Y 9 'C La Rayne Dahl Lxlly Mac Damel hm Davxdson n 1..ltt,y Alul .5 ,.. 2 , Car l vfktx K- A ' ' ' 4, . I A ' A 1 t 94 'Q 'T 'Q fx . 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A ,V ,. up V , I Y' U l 1 5? -4: I FRESHMEN rlryrr Hr lluway I41nrC0 Hal I3Urf1l1y Horvath Flrnw Houston Harlwl Hubbara mr 'Vlrrrwrr l'l11prl11f'x y H11 ra H11 1 Irrrrf rx Hrll lnsonl era lkfs lll lacxs Il 1 rr S ltr: rrmcwmr 1 M411 1 C lrurlfs Ivnkrn n n ll Mrrf lun Hlnrlc-y loves lllk. Mrwlmlln I ru r wr ll Ka rllman Nlcry Lon Kas Dolores Kavce rm Keqyos C rlre Krnr lrm Klostn. Katnorrne Knapp Paulrne Knapp Dennrs K Chrs Carolyn Kolb qlnrley Kvpp Barba a Kreps HJ 1 Krhl l7Cx11 Ort La Drck Larkrns Barbara Iasko qandra Laxor lames Lawren Lo s Lear Anna Loc le Porte LoMaste1 Murroll LDV ls Fdwara Loll Sondra Lwnaar Q Huar MCC hee Ierry MaCB9tl' l nn MacDor alcl Barbara Maru or lorry Maresln lane! 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' , 1' ' .A 5 Ast 1 . , at ,,, T V, I z Y V K , f 1 Jr - I U FRESHMEN Margaret Noel R Jsnrnary Noel lvlarjurte O Brten 6 If Q n Ntchols Susan Oldtlelcl Fctwm Ol'-.en Cc rol Oxercash Don Ovs en ,G Dxck Palmer Elvalou Parker Ronnre Parron ' Barbara Paonessa Phtl Pasenow Charles Payne " " Iudy Penttcld Beverly Penman Carl Peters Ray Peterson Don Pferfter Ron Phrlxon 4 Q Charles Ptazza Marllyn Pxtktn Cherry Popp Arthur Powell Roger Powell Pat Prout Shtrley Prunty Al Racz Ken Ratney ! X Ioy Ray Marr, Lou Read - - ' ' Q' ' , Dt: r' 5 'h y I 5 J gg- 5 A ' . 4 QM? L. -A A 2 A 3 1 ' V , C , P-, A - , 'ref' N., 1 il W I K K M Q , ' A' N N' -1 ' 1 'F ' f f A' 1, J- P F r . - dr, Q I r In .h la Q ' , - . r ,. A Y , Y A 1 9' . -4. 2 ' s , ' . .5 Nancy Ream " xy ,z J Jr ' 3 K Cecil Reeder X. ' Q R ' 34 2' ,y 1 ' -39 7' N A "' s ' ' , . ' P ' - , -4 l , 4 9 4 3 , 2 Q ' Q11 4 , 1 - Q A , In ' 1 f f -. r X ' A -as I 4 - , " - 5 V , ' 1 - 3 - I . . 2 Q - '9 I: . . , -f , '-'9' . 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'H , 3 , I H , Y vi ' l ' ' f ' ' 5 ,I jg A 'x. xx 1 V P ' 3 'za 5 . k 1 Q Q --4 ' I 5 4 Y 1 S. SENIOR Which ' rfvfwerewr eor so proud I one ore you? 3.3 for skurfs S ' Fully!! M who could 5 tell which Of fQ'ffWQW JL YXMVK '5 Whmhp Bond Uniforms Thof E H 5 go! who resolved to be C1 A bclch lor gur M jf ,, Home r ' 'S f' R52 N M -'ze .x , MM 6 ifjggd ,wr a L fZ'q4"'9 Lid 14 ' ,A if ff' V 5389, Aw. 'HW ' of 0 flhfr A yfyf x NCQ-7vzX U Jr 2 fx EHS dn Q mayo Enjoymg Current Events? BQ 5 W -- 4,-'G 5 SNOW 'W 05659 Q f"'lf WW ' X THE one f 1' M ME! ff 'D' ,.. ff 'WX '4m.....X..,, ,, Qt ve Freshman rl dk Wk gk ' A DOQ8 Who happened? Ssgndibfigagsy H mNo,l a th dogg p f Po . D C . 'i .3 . Q .0 l , B ' si: ' - . esss. gzgzg QI o 5 , w 5 vga: .-.'.4 ns ', ' K A sm.:-2: I N 1 f . -X . 41 'l?C, Qc' X l ' ' X f ?fg'n'o: Ax K X' 1 ':6'fQ , M Q k '-Ziff? ' K A ' ' N v ll ,H 0 0 QC . ' ,ff 4 : . , . t ' x ' ' ' V I X n I 1' ' A r . . rr 'O , J. 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'59 , 0 n 5' Q ' ' in IF 0 ' ,I SU HlItlVltllQ!S 'WR' It s e1ght the busses draw up to the curb The doors unfold The students step out Ecxqerly expectcmtly they greet then fnends from other school busses Some hurry to L B S to study others hnger to chat w1th fellow students xi the weather IS not too bad f1'H"'d U-Q SENIOR HI Y The Cercle F an a1s aot under way 1n Ncwefnber w1th c We ogn1t1on Day l r all French students The new students could be seen walkmg down the halls 1n French berets sashes and s1lver fleur de l1s wh1le the advanced students wore gold fleur de l1s The clrmax of the day was a banquet held 1n the hxgh school cafe ter1a at wh1ch the French l students were auests A typ1cal meal 1nclud1ng du pa1n and pet1t tours was served by the advanced students lollowed by a program ID French FRENCH CLUB rst 3 to 1 I x ll! w Secon Bow l n ll A 1 st Raw Q retchen Hocn 1 ll rr auss e x f 1 1' 1 Furth Fcw Nl ss plllllt Regular French Club meetmgs are held on the hrs Wednesday of every month w1th the lollowmg ofhce s pres d1ng Pres1dent Ioan Hyman VlCP Presrdent an Program Cha1rman Ioan Hargate Secretary Iulla Cross Treasurer Helen Karas Advxsor MISS Iosephme Wrlcox As part of lh91I program th1s year the students have stud1ed the var1ous SGCTIOHS ol Par1s learned numerous French songs 1nclud1nq the Marse1lla1se the natwnal anthem translated French correspondence and have read the French peflOdlCUl La Ieunesse F1rst Row Lett to Right 'Vlarvm Bruce Dave Stokley Ierry Ste phens Boo Allen Leroy Belot te Second Row Dale Knowlton Drctc McInt1re Ed Bolden Ia 11es Hot man Dan Svnon D1c1c Cwmsto k Ted Lakocy Ed Erde1 Th1rd Bow George Berg Byron Morrrs Ke1th KOCHIS D1cK Spe1gle Bert Pro vozmk B1char' M1ka Iac.: l h ston D1 K Re1s1ng Don C'1lle p e Fourth Row D1ck S hw1nd Bob Holllns Dave Leonard Ed Sch oe der Dale Spergleberq D1clc Bora Fxlth Row Larry Tbbals lack Mallory Don Funk Ben Klesta I1m Kn tt Ioh'1 N1elson Leroy Goodson Dan Lyons Tne sen1or chapter of H1Y COHSISIS of approx1mately 40 members whose purpose 1t IS to create ma1nta1n and extend through the school and commumty hlgh standards of Chr1st1an chara ter The advlsor for th1s year lS Mr Clrft Newell Thrs years ofhcers are Drck Corny Comstock Pres1 dent Ted Farmer Lakocy VICE Presrdent Bert Pro Provoznrclc Secretary Treasurer Bob Hunt Hettler Serqeantat Arms and D1ck YCQI Bara Chaplam A basketball league Wllh four teams played twelve games and everyone had a lot ol fun The club IS also undertakmg a school Splfll campargn Thrs COHSISIS ol rrakrng posters before games and try1ng to 1ncrease Cheermg at the games Th1rty dollars was donated to the cheerleaders for buy1ng new umlorms The funds were ra1sed by a dance by sellmg tlclcets to the Sports men s Show and by sellmq F1rst and Ten OhlOS hrst hrgh school sports maqazme The club also planned and presented the Thanksqlvmg assembly as lS the custom lor SEDIOT H1Y to do Page 52 li F W, Leit R'qhf: ll R A111111 Hc:.st-y,C't11nlAlt1:1:':,, ll 1 F11-1:1 ,trIt1, llt111:1 'lf 1:11, l. 1-W ll 1l 1lt1y11flI'f-'11'l1mc, Na KI .ltrfy Zi . : ,QI111 St ith Nl A ' 'I A llfrtrtha wlltasrar ltztw Rt cfgartx, fS::1t1'f1 V.'f1:111f-- I llt KM1111-lly 5 .:-1111 Olft:--lz : flnrlfrx' l.,!10 llyk XMI T . ' Hs-lrn Kar s lVlf:11 S ..'l,r, Iran l'l."r l'11:t- Aloe, Cllklillil Hrlgn 'L . : 13. lose 1 1 5 1 thy Greene, l1'l1c1 V1 Ba: ara K tss, Iol1:1 Elltot, "1- ?f..xt':.e tially HQ1:1.svr1 ,r c ' ' N' . 1 xt A 1. . D4 .I -I . x , , NX-- ' 1 2 , I ,- . ct V .. . . .. : 1 . 1 , , 1 1- ', ' . o , ' c.n- . , 'C' , 1' S i . . I V V I v . o , . : 1 ,, o, . J , 1 Th rd PANDILLA ESPANOLA F st Row Lett to ht ry 'V' ir ici Ar i IU ri w al Second Row P 11th a 1 1 M rr lou a r r luck f ox 'Nlaiiuy llalier D nrirr Scraerit Barbara Bac-r ird Row Dr pa ric rrrlxr vs S Fourth Row D illl I1 S ir lar Every first and third Wednesdays of the month the Spanish Club has its regular meeting 317 The officers are President Carl Larkins Vice President Ioan Berger Secretary Nancy Flaherty Treasurer Bob Hett e On October 30 the Spanish Club initiated those sen ors who had not become members last spring The me'n bership is made up of seniors taking Spanish and Juniors with a grade of B or above 1 Y Y l s u The Sophomore Y-Teens have had a busy and enter- taining year. Under the direction of Mrs. lack Lantz, they presented a style show and a barn party, met with the Sophomore Hi-Y, and staged a St. Patrick's Day Dance. The Y-Teens hold their meetings in the Y. W. C. A. on During the lall the Misses Bevis spoke to the Club about their trip to Central America They displayed several Mexican articles and showed slides of some of the interesting sights on their trip The business meetings are carried on in Spanish The most irrportant event ot the year is the annial banquet held in April It is a colortal altair with various types of entertainment At this banguet the juniors are initiated SOPHOMORE Y TEENS Fir t Row Lett to Hiqht Roberta H llidav Arlene Longb ake Eliz abeth Huebner, Ruth O'Million. Patnela Krock, Sherre Kovach, Lois Beal, Rosemary Lescher. Pat Hancock. Seconil Row: Alberta Wood, Ioan Mrhrman, No'a Ly- saght. Margery Palmer, Elayne Evenchik, Mary Mitchell, Mary Folk, Mary Lou Saoolich. Third Row: Pat Provoznik, Sally Wiele. Kathleen Drake, Sally Ball, Shir- ley Hahn, Dxie Miller, Shirley Szabo, Marcia Davies, lane Neil- sen. Fourth Row: Coldie Mahilo, Barbara Lescher, Shirley Wiley, Rita Bcgers, Ioan Kaye, Martha Glofser Barbara Caehr. Filth Row: Icanne Crreser, lrene Lants- berry Ioan Iohnstcn Beverly Morris, Harriet Fobes, Betty Baum. Slcth Row: Kay Walker, Collen Walters, Barbara Wellert, Marina Johnson. the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month, The officers tor this year are: President, Dixie Miller: Vice-President. Barbara Gaehr: Secretary, Marina Iohn- son: Treasurer, Barbara Wellertj Program, Kay Mitchell: and Membership, Ann Hennings. Page 53 LEADERS GROUP INITIATION The hrghlrght of the Leaders Group actrvrtres thrs year took place out at Camp Iss See Kes when the Elyrra grrls were hostesses lor the Lake Erre League Grrls Play Day Smce an Indran theme was carrred out the ten representatrves from each school played qames ltke Brrd Flres Through Arr and Man Hrts Ball Vlrth Strck and Runs rnstead of badmrnton and baseball ln keeprng wrth Leaders Group tradrtrons rn Octo ber the new members comrcally dressed as Cleveland baseball players were rnrtrated downtown as vrctrms ot last years Leaders they were formally rnrtxated rn a candle lrght servrce tollowrng a tureen supper rn the hrgh school Caleterra LEADERS GROUP Frrst Row Lett to Rrqht Bc rtr c lements l rotlv res Feanor Hess Marv Marshall ty Arn lalscy Q nf rat cet R4 se Ste rnlmura lanr y Tht r a Elnrra Cr rvvtorrl Second Row Q v clrrrrsr art lrrn rnonds rnc Hilmes De srfs Brerrclt Eleanor Bendrk Mary Lf n aner Beraer 'Nlancv Flaherty Hwnbo Hyman Third Row Mrss llulva losselurs D ane Al Jr Mcrrrlyn C rlrl Myrnc Beal Ioanne Koka Janet Stellar ban clra Warrnee Audrey Tonry FoLrth Row Lclrth Kaplan If-anne Korcar Yvonne Hardy Beryl Pr herance Iran Hargate Marrrr CN rth C retchen Hoch Frith Row Barbara Black Mary Lou Smrth Iackre Cox Vrrqrnta Frye Marr lyn Dawson Manly Drcken Srxth Row Nancy Slusher Helen Karas Lots Iorden Shrrley Nagy Inlra Cross Qurte a few oi the meetrngs whrch are held on the tourth Wednesday oi every month were devoted t plannrng the annual Red and Whrte All Star game an exent of March 20 Srnce thrs rs the only chance that the piblrc gets to see a hrgh s hool qrrls basketball game the leaders all drd therr best to make rt a success or extra projects thrs year the group planned t teach modern square dancrnq to the Iunror Hrgh stu dents and to go rnto the Cleveland Arena to see a professional basketball game Thrs years oftrcers are Presrdent Ioan Hyman Vrce Presrdent Nancy Flaherty Secretary Helen Karas Pornt Charrmen Yvonne Hardy and Eleanor Hess Advrser Mrss Ebba Fosselrus Ftrst Row Left to Right Betty Anne Halsey Rose Stemberg Es telle Koons Eleanor Bendrk Ber yle Poherence Fanny Thomas Audry Tonry Myrna Beal Sec ond Row Carol Hammons Marcra Guth Ioanne Kokar Drane Abbe Ieanne Kokar Delores Brerek Edxth Kaplan Thrrd Row Flea nor Hess Dorothy Greene Doro thy Schodrtsch Marrlyn ehl Yvonne Hardy Shrrley 'tlaav Barbara Black ' Page 54 1 ' , ' : n rce M C Q Jo :A Ll A ine, .l 1 ,, I ' r , Bet t l' . 1 , Sf pl H T ul , up .' K , ' 1 xr s, 3 ' r ' , : Szlly S tlt. 'lr C fl 'lr ., , L la t lf H' l.Va W Ioan X , . A J? X, 2 X , 1 , V 'I I I I X - - - ' , o ., , . I F , , O I GIRLS IN THE GYM CLASS lmpersonating a modern dance occupied the attention of one girls' gym class in the photo presented here. This class was taught by Miss Doris Wurster, an E. H. S. graduate of l9-18 and now a practice teacher from Bowling Green University. These girls are taught various modern dances to improve their gracefulness and poise. A W. Before school began in September the Iunior Y-Teen Cabinet planned a program for each month of the year. and except for one or two changes the program has been carried out. The first meeting of the year was a "get-acquainted" picnic held in Cascade Park. A busy schedule including a barn dance, caroling party, bake sale, 7th and 8th grade dance, and the sale of football programs and candy, rounded out the activities for 1951. 1951 brought a penny supper, style show, spaghetti supper, and of course the big event of the season lunior Y-Teens' Annual Spring Formal. In Iune the traditional Iunior-Senior Y-Teen Breakfast was held in 'f 'III , w Y' , is . ,yew .. we , IUNIOR Y-TEENS First Row. Left to Right: Betty Ann Halsey, Carol Aldrich, Rose Steinberg, Nancy Godfrey. Kay Thompson, Phylis Daum, Ruth Turnbull. Second Row: Louise Mendenhall, Iane Kennelly. Ei- leen Young, Dorothy Fitzgerald. Sally Harrison, Barbara Wester- field. Delores Bierke, Mirna Beal. Eleanor Hess. Third Row: Mars garet Pratt, leanne Kokai, Norma Bloom, Ioanne Kokai, Beryl Po- herance, Edith Kaplan, Dianne Abbe, Yvonne Hardy, Suzy Ho- wey. Fourth Row: Ioanne Kuhl. loan Olmstead, Barbara Kuss. Marcia Guth. Ioyce Dudley, Mari- lyn Gehl. Fifth Row: Marilyn Snoble, Iudy Dunn. Dorothy Ols- zewski, lean Hecock, Evelyn Tkacs, Saundra Howard, Betty Lou Snow. honor of the graduating seniors. As a special project Iunior Y-Teens made a quilt. which was sent to the Oberlin Children's Home. Service projects for the year were serving at two Community Chest dinners, and making favors for Elyria Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Paul Alexander served as adviser of the club. Officers and Cabinet follow: President. Eleanor Hess: VicePresident, Membership, Dorothy Fitzgerald: Secre- tary, Marilyn Gehl: Treasurer, Betty Ann Halsey: Devo- tions, Kay Thompson: Social, Barbara Kuss and Ieanne Kokai, Publicity, Sally Harrison. Page 55 One of the rnterestrng organrzatrons rn our school rs Players Club Under the capable drrectron of therr :rdvrser Mrss Nrna Baker cmd therr offrcers Rrchard Larkrn Presrdent Nora Prcl-card VrcePres1dent Ioan Hargate Secretary Treasurer they have had a very PLAYERS CLUB Frrst Row Left to Rrqht Cer are Berg Norah Prckara Dr lc Larkrrr Mary Iensen Wayne Werss Mrss Nlrnal Baker Second Row San ara Warrrree I an l-largate Marr vn Dawson Grant Ingersoll Phrl Whrtacre Marvtn Katz Ieanettr Welch Marrlyn Drclcens Pat Mc Hale Thrrd Row Walter Vrsnrsrcr Ann Schresz Vrrgrnra Frye Mary Lou Wagner loan Olmstead Ioan Berger Todd Puder Kay Thomp enyoyable year Thrs year the most rmportant actrvrty was the all school play Tomorrow the World rn whr h most f ALL SCHOOL PLAY Left to Rrqht George Berg Wayne Wrse Margre OBrren son Margaret Yanega the members of thrs club partrcrpated erther rfr the play rtself or cn some prorlu fron crew Another vnpor tant event at the end of the year rs the Thespran lnstalla ton rn vuhr h all members who have a cumrlated enough porn s ce ame Natronal Thesprans The cl b meetrnqs are held on the second Thursday of the month On the evenrngs of Novesnher 1 a cl 17 l95U Players Club and Natronal Thesp an presented Tc 5.1 morrow the World a play rn three a ts wrrtte'r bv Iafnes Gow and Arnand d Usseau The story revolved around Eml Bru lner a twelv year old boy who left hrs home rn Germany to come to the Unrted States to lrve wrth hrs uncle Professor Mrchael Frame The fact that Emrl vra a Nazr and that he refused to grve up hrs Nazr rdeas caused a g eat deal f trduble rn the Frame household Tne scene took place rn Professor Mrchael Frames ho'ne srtuated rn a large unrversrty town rn the Mrddle West rn the early autumn of 1942 The cast rn luded Professor Mr hael Frame an Arnerr can unrversrty professor George Berg Patrrcra Frame Mrchael Fra'ne s ten year old daughter Margre O Brren Iessre Frame the professors srster Mary Iensen Efnrl .rruckner Professor Frames German nephew Wayne Page 56 1111 ls J Q lf S l ll N' H It curl lrur 1 U10 Frami s mald Icanette Welch 1 r c r lf 0 Den us pluyrn rr u er Ullfrllifl pa nrm Iamas rt en 1 lonrnx anath r p'ax'r'ate NN wrth Faxrxor T r play vw s msentec unmr the r rfctron 'nl Nlusxr precedlncl the play and Between acts was ue sr nterl ' V Ihr flyrlc' Hmh SChool Orch! stra under he 'rectx n of Mr Stoney Davts nsxdes H use partxcxpanna tn the play forty one people worked lac-hlnd the scrnes t make Tomorrow the World h me su cess rf- rorfurtlwn Staff C fnstste of Qtaae Manaae fr rk Pr psrtw Nlxstrr-ss Marrlyn Drc en Bo 4 lt or Iyar' Bower Pt blrcrtv Nancy Flaherty Bt smess ss Anna C Hess Make V Mss ll Costumes Ioan Harqate The Pmcl muon Crews were Qtaqe IXPKI Forsyth Clrant lnaers, ll Marvm Katz Iames yay Todri Paaer Stan on Shaw Dan Srmon Bob Taylor Walter Vlsn skr Publlcrty Alberta Raf Barry Ianr Batvor Barbara Ann S hresz Manlyn Snoble an the Cornmercxal Art .195 Cnsta es Elrnrra C wlorf' ana Marrlyn D wsn B s ness Rutnre Arratc anc loan Betz The Proper! es crew was corrrposec of Shrrley Amos dv D nn Pat Flynn Vtrarma Frye Carol Haraate Lrnaa Holmes Carol Marmoe Evelyn McHale Ioan Olmsteaa Margaret Pratt Kay Thompson Marx Lou xhaaner Sandra Warmee Norma Vkrllxs ex' to rxqnt e e 'K Page 57 VV , -- Loi ntr llrrhz 1. 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L: Sill rl H Penn rt 'W C ec 0 ere The ATIGIICGH Constrtutron rn a Modern World was the toprc of the 1951 Amencan Legron Essay Contest The wmners three grrls and three boys chosen from each grade were awarded lrrst second and thxrd prrves of S3 S2 and Sl respectrvely An extra S2 was AMERICAN LEGION ESSAY CONTEST Ftrst Row Lett to Right Franklrn Rockwood Carol Hargate Molly Nxetson Douglas Shepard Walter Vrsmskt Betty Anne Halsey Sally Parks Drck Larkrn Second Row Nancy Schultz Crace Hogan Iohn Marshall Iohn Kovac Mary Srmth Nora Prckard Thlrd Row Ray Peterson Lee Wurster Bar bara Wellert Edward Downe Mary Ann Pluta Lots Iordan Duck Drlgren glven to Walter VlSl'llSlCl for a grand prxze Betty Anne Halseys essay was ludged one of the three best tor the eleventh grade tn the state ol Ohxo She was awarded a trrp to Washrngton D C wtth all expenses pald Betty Annes essay ts prmted below THE EXTEMP SQUAD First Row Lett to Rxqht Sandra Warmee Wlntlred Emary Don Forbush Martlynn Ntcholas Sally drrch Second Row Carmen Moore Grace Hogan Ioan Ber ger Drck Larkm Dxck Dxlgren Barbara Wellert Dan Stmon C rol Hargate The Extemp Squadssublect thrs year 15 Strengthemng Some ot the members speak before varrous organ the Umted Natrons Durmg the year the members are xzattons tn town gathertng materral on thrs sublect and grvmg speeches The contest speakers thus year are Drck Larkm Semor pertammg to rt speaker and Marrlynn Nlcholas Iumor speaker THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION IN THE MODERN WORLD by Betty Ann Halsey The Amerrcan Constrtutron what has enabled 1t to remam for 163 years the supreme law ol a country whlch has grown from thtrteen strugglmg jealous states to one ol the leadmg natrons rn the world' People everywhere have asked thts questxon They have mar veled at the way the Constrtutron has served tn keepmg the Umted States at the top ol the hst of democracles Today thrs docu'nent stlll retams tts prestxge and to mtllrons It rs a lrght shmrng through the darkness Let us examme some of the mam prmcrples set down rn rt to see why rt rs an msprratron to other peoples tn todays world where democracy and totalxtartamsm are at swords pomts Frrst the Preamble tts very hrst words mark tts greatness It begms not We the States or We the Rulers but We the People of the Umted States These words alone are enough to awaken dreams ol llberty m wretched people of every age lCont1nued on Page 1251 P 3,6258 M. X 1 . P i ,. n H' . 5 Parks, Dick Schwind, Carol Al- X .X . I, ' I Gi A trs' ow elt to 1 How 1 4 Flfth R LATIN CLUB Second tm Thtrd Row Pprlv t W 1 l t Fourth Pow I r111 111t1 rr ar Still H 1 ex K e Sap1r tes starte the 1 year w1th t Pl n at1 cw Alth uah '1e 1n ents st ered Q rt evervfbne 'tat s t l The Lat1n ll at 1dents were lnrmallv ll"t1llGl9Cl the dvancea students at the t1rst reaular rneettnq an p1ct11res ol a Roman BGH119l were shawn Each mon h the Lat1n Club meetmas have been bath educahonal 1 e 'ert nna wtth prcarams lllflllfllflfl a Lat1'1 Ch rstnas play word aa'nes x rrmus reports on the ancrent Romans and an a tual slaxe sale carr1ed ott 1n true Ftcman style The advan ed Lat1n students bar amen tar slaves to walt on 'hem at the Roman Banquet wh1ch was held d11r1nq Lat1n Week 1n March Also that week the students presented a Lat1n proqra'T1 on stat1on WEOL The Ofl1C9fS th1s year are D1ck Lark1n FIISY Consul Ray Bartholomew Second Consul Ioan Hyman Scrrbe Eleanor Hess Quaestor Ioanne Koka1 Aed1le and M1ss Iones Adv1ser T110 Soph more Hlt meets exery Wednesaaw ma t at 8 UU D11r1nq the year the boys do me ny thrnas Then sporvsvred a dance Called the WaL.h111ato11 W'1aale after the second Elyr1a Lvram basketball aame and d1d many other thmas OlllSlC'9 of the reatlar 'I MCA act1v1t1es SOPHOMORE HI Y Frrst Row Lett to Rrqht Worth Fauver Gary Castle Dck Weller Dan Elbert Bob Manshela lohn Marshall Bob Wagner Second Row Floyd 11ark1ns Iohn T1te DlCk Brown Homer Dav1es lack Sm1th Tom Grey Thlrd Row Bob Halsey B1ll Heuser B111 Husken son M1lton Prppert Marvm Katz Fourth Row Kaye Stanq Harlend Holobach Ronald Carr Dale Charnbers Clen Bosanthal Larry Showalter The amcers th1s rear are Worth Famer Pres1aent elenn Rt-senthal Vrce Presrdent Harlan Hflaback Secretary B 5 Wagner Treasurer Floya Lark1ns Se QSUWIGIAYWIS B111 Heuser Chaplarn The aduser 15 Mr Steve Zx ocec Paar- 5-1 '. 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Cl 1 V Q 1: 1 , 5 , ' A Tne members ot Semor YTeens have yust completed thetr last year of YTeens Fun comradeshxp and trrendshxp were the arms ot the grrls tor the past year The Senrors met the second and fourth Wednesday ot every month at 7 OO p m rn the Y W Gym wrth the tollowmg ofttcers Presrdent Ruthme Amato Vx e Pres McClements The advrser for Semor YTeens was Mrs Nancy Warner who was always ready to serve cr help the glrls rn any way possrble The calendar was packed wtth servtce prole ts and socral l ncttons The servtce projects mcluded repamt ng stad1u"1 seats donatrng S50 for new Varstty Che leader unrlorms Carolmg wtth Sr H1Y help ng wtth March of Dtmes campaxgn colorxng eggs at Orphan Ho e and also puttmg on the Easter Assembly at EH S The newest and btgqest servrce project ol all was the Semor YTeen Scholarshxp gtven to a Sr YT en gtrl from the benettts ot the Sr YTeen Talent As e-1 ly SENIOR Y TEENS Frrst Row Lett to Rlqht Sophre Traxcoft Estelle Koons Ruth Ama t Nancv Flaherty Audrey Tonry Sandra XVarmee Peggy Yanega Nyta Lyndes Pat Carter Fatth Ellxs Bea lVlcCle nents Second Row Lexlc' Wetchle Mary Lou Smtth Lret hon Hoch loan Har ae Carmel Abt h Elmzra Cr wto a R Yann Handrosh lan et Stellar Carol OBr1en Mary Lot. Wagner Ann Schresz Third Row Ia kte C x Lots lor an Evelyn McCord lean Kader Alda Sttrtevant Ltr-da Holmes Ioan S'n th D nna Keyser loan Ber aer Fourth Row Nancy Slusher loan Hyman Barbara Black Kay Ltne Ianet Rarr ery Mary len sen Car l Marmger Darlene M11 l r Vrrgtnta Frye Helen Kerekes Frith Row Ioan Betz Martlyn Dtcken Lots Lantsberry Iantce S'mth Barbara Shrtver Ioanne Baum Betty Thatcher lulra Cross Dorothy Gb ens Helen Karas Evelyn McHale Marxlyn Dawson HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES Frrst Row I. tt to Right Kather me Storact Eetty Ntley Wallre Grteves Betty Baam Btll lsen berg Patrrcta Burrrll Pat OBrien Second Row Rochelle Robertson Shrrley Szabo Norma Bloom Sat ly rlarrtson Dtck Dxlgren Bll Mansheld B111 Stcrnden Elva Lou Parker Thrrd Row Shrrley Nagy Thelma Yorks Ioyce Dudley Bar bara Wellert Beverly Morrrs Irm Brenner Irm Donnelly Fourth Row Wrlbur Garland Frank Ia cobs Grant Ingersoll Glen Hos anthal Paul Srms Itm McCord held February 26 The Sentor YTeens ttrst socral artatr was a Penny Supper held at the Y W Gym on October ll Then rn November came the bug event of the year The Senxor YTeen Gypsy Carmval the btggest and best carnxval ever to h1t EH S It was packed wtth fun and mystery Magtc was held rn the hugh school gym In Ianuary the gtrls and boys enloyed a party at Newells on West Rrdge Road Also the Senror YTeens rnvtted Semor H1Y to several ot thetr meetmgs and afterwards the two group enloyed panel drscusstons on grrl boy rela trons As for the gtrls themselves after every busrness meet mg they enloyed such programs as Sauare danctng vocatronal talks talent shows and exhtbtts So as you can see the past year rs a year that every Senror Y Teen gtrl wrll remember torever and ever Page 50 o, . , . g t . 1 P ': t, ' : T ' o , ' d , C. 1 , 2 , - , I ' .rn , I - dem' 10011 Belzi 59Cfelf1fY- Vlffllniff FYY9? Tfegsl-'ref' Bea On December 28 the Annual Winter Formal, "Mistletoe . .. , .. er- ' STUDENT CABINET Fxrst Row Lett to Rxgh Vlearw tx x ,xr ttrttr Ar 1 H+: Secord w 'NI rr lf rt r f r rrt n Irnn Nlarsl ll Thtrd ow c we Eu J Het ler r IV' D The Student Cabmet ernoers who a e ele ted tc'n therr respectrve classes rr' et the se ond and to rh Tuesdays cl eve y 'nonth durxnq the second p rod roo'n 3l0 Mxss Gladys Powell and Mr Georae Thourct are advtsers The oil ers ths year ae Presldent D lc Larkn Vrce Prestdent Helen Karas Secretary Ann Henn nqs Treasurer Brll M Mann Each year the Student Cab net alters S150 t qualrfred st dent for hrs colleqe edu atron Thrs year an add tlonal p tze of S10 rs bemq qxven to a student VI the vocattonal courses who wrrtes the best essay on the sublect What I Have Learned From My Vocatron C .xrses a E H S Some of the ways tn vuhrch the Student Caon t has ra sed money durrng the year are sell ng Ey ra Frqht rtbbons durmg the football season p esenmq varrous pay assemblres sponsormq dances rncludmq a I-ard Trnes Party and a basketball game between the C aches and the Varstty The Cabmet ushered durmg the Ixrst day of school E H S open house and at College Nrqht They also de orated the Chr1st'nas trees rn the audxtorrum The mam lob of the Cabmet xs to help better cond trons ' rouqhout the school by actrna on suqqestt ns ion the students and teachers FRESHMAN HI Y Box Freshman H1Y meets ever Tuesday evenmq rn the Gang Treasurer Eddre Lowel Y M C A One of the projects thxs year has been to sell ttckets The ofhcers elected thxs year are Presrdent Don to the Sportsmens Show rn Cleveland The commxssxon Andrew Vrce Presndent Brll Standen Secretary Ned on the txckets helped put money rn the treasury Page Sl t l ' , A fl ... I' ll:-we Bt,-ty' Art: Plalsrfy C' l Al "1 Cfzrsl Tinry tr :1 :mms Sophla TICJICHII. .,. Ro : tr, 1 Ptcyrr lactate CCA By 1 rt lVl t rls, Helen K: rs, lin Lt: r: 1' :ga ', ' F. 2 Mrss Gladys Y- ll, E t. lxu ,:lls'r, lilgx Lark rx .ltll Mr lflurrrt ,. ' rn ' , " r 'c r. :A t , . ' , .e c .r 1 ' ' ' ' . 'i e . r . ' 2. V1 Q . I 5 ,. t v- A . I . . V - H - - v .- i . 0 a -F. I . I . . .A xrst Row Lest to Hlght George Errk Carmen Moore Tom Brown Honad Kuhl Brll lsmberq Iohn MCD nald Sec nd Row Dell G rhn Mac Shrllrng Carl Peters Ed Loll Bud Portman Leon S'nxth 'Ihrrd Row Brll Peacocrc Chuck Ienkms Itm Dunlap Don A dress Sl-root Garland Fourth Row Ronme Phtlron Brll Standen Ivn me Thrs year s Freshman YTeens meets on the lrrst and thrrd Thursdays ot every month at the YWCA wrth Mrs C F Davrdson as the aclvrser Srxty lrve grrls make up the club wrth Lynda Curtrs Presrdent Elvalou Parker Vrce Presrclent Grace Spanos Secretary and Nancy Schultz Treasurer Among some of the outstandmg events ol the year for makrng money were presentrng a seventh and erghth I1 -Q- P FRESHMAN Y TEENS Frrst Row Let to Rrght Lynda Curtrs Barbara Moehle Crae Spanose Flsre Hrrth Patrrcra Wrl kns Wallrs Crleve Shrrley Erb Pat Flrchards Maxrne Thorley Elsa Sher nan Agnes Gumsack Second Row Marcra Zuber Sally Mayarc Betty W ley Marrlyn Prt krn Kay Sandow Sandra Luma clre Lors Stone Nancy Ream Nancy Snodgrass Nancy Wrnd or Thrrd Row Claudra Reynold Marcta Crooks Ella Lou Parker Ruth Eddy lane Ing rsoll Norma Telzrow lean Well Party Frtz oa rrck Sherrre Popp Fourth Row Phyllrs Cebhardt Rochellr Robertson Beverly Penman Carol Overcash Nan y Schultz Sallv .ni Carol Alloback An a Lectzo Sandra Laver Nlary Lou Kay D lly Kayden grade dance a Stanley Party Penny Supper and th sellrng oi shampoo ln October our members had scavenger hunt and we went Chrrstmas carolrng wrth the HrY rn December The grrls have also planned a dance lor early sprrng The 'nam purpose of the Freshman YTeens t help get the grrls acqucunted wrth each other and to provrde entertalmng along wrth educatronal actrvrtres OFFICE ASSISTANTS First Row left to rxqht Ruthre Amato Ianet Clement Norma Bloom Mary Marshall Carol Cerlan Second Row Phyllrs Thomasheskr Betty Thatcher Thelma Yorks Barbara Ramage Glona Manns Third How Mrs Ruth Palmer Collen Walters Io- anne Kuhl Marrlyn Drcken Mrs Florence Block 41 These twenty srx offrce assrstants each work rn the ofhce a perrod a day Therr varrous jobs are takmg care of telephone calls correctron of absence slrps tardy and detentron slxps recording absences process mg oi absence and tardrness typmg mrmeographrng drstrxbutron and sortxng of marl and mrscellaneous forms assrstance rn the tabulatron of reports they also serve as receptronrsts Three of the gurls Ioan Hargate Thelma Yorks and Glona Manns help rn both the Hrqh School Ofhce and rn Mrss Kembles ofhce Much thanks and apprecxatlon go to Marrlyn Drckens who starts her work rn the ofhce at 735 AM ta ume when some of us are strll under the warm covers! She has been dorng thrs note worthy task for three years Qualrhcatron for these oftrce asrstants are relrabrlrty honesty courtesy hxgh scholastrc standrng also they must be able to meet the publrc As well as recervxng ofhce trarnrng lrcm therr work they have been of great servrce to our school ll they werent always there on the rob cur school ofhces wouldnt run wrth the harmony they do Page 62 . I -Q , I V . 4 1. M , 'A - ' gr, , ,r , , . ' 5 " x m ' A I ,,.. n - N . V I C . A 5 4 I , I . . . ' r Z 3 fi , I , 1 , ' . 5 L? S A . ' f r , f-. 1 s , ' , . ' L . .. ' ' . - .L , " . . fx 7 "K Q- - ' I , 4 7 I 5 . : s, s 1 M. A Fzshtnan, Margro West. Filth Row: C- .QC , . '. ' . , . . ' ' . . a ' ' . ' - is 3 I 4 1 1 I 725 . . ' . A SCRAPBOOK HOBBY About lil years ago Ruthie Arnato lzeaan work on nw ht-ltlry tit collectiriri scrapbooks Het lIlll'Il'2slS rcrnrrtr trorn h.str:1y tr: social activities At present she has nine scrapbooks, The best way tc, tell aziout the boil-:s ,S to f-xplain them inriiviflually. QSRAIWII SCHOOL SB This book was started vfiih Ruthtt-s first piece of schffil W :Ik which was LI C il rr-2 Ulftlilll tit tr birthday cake. lt continueti fllfijllfjil trit- fziurth grade, and showed the advancements she made IINCJLISH SB Charles Dickens and George Bernard Shaw are G few of the famous authors pictured iii the sgraptiwrk Sample liusiness letters articles on par.: crrapti lJtIll'l1I'lQI ani especially adrnireff articles iii Senior Scholastic" are pasted in the book HISTORY SB ln Ruthies sophomore year she starteti a history scrapbook It includes such fainaus figures as Napolvttri, VVcrsh11iqtt1n, Edison, Liriccgln, and many others In this same hook, one finds I-1 paaes in color on the American Revoliitimri BASEBALL SB Am soon as the Cilr-velazii Inziians hfrz: fz chfriirv 1 win the VV: rld Series she started a scrap :mx ll the Indians This bcok is lille.: with varitrzs :::tr?1i shfits of the learn and interestna stories I rzrcornprrny the pictures gg 2 ' ' i 3 RECIPE BOOK A newly added scrapbook in the col- lection is one containing recipes. It is composed of varis ous dishes and menu patterns that can be followed later in life SOCIAL ACTIVITY BOOKS This section of scrap books is by far the laraest It includes foiir scrapbooks, one for each year while Ruthie was in high school These scrapbooks are very simple and contain news- paper clippings from the local evening paper. Every evening when her parents had finished with the paper Ruthie began to snip away. VVhen she finished her snrpping. the paper locked like a motheeaten coat. The articles in these scrapbooks include. action shots and stories on all football and basketball oarnes, stories on all school functions and activities. Also. this year Ruthie has been active in Senior YTeens, and, there- fore, has enioyed saving all these various clippings. '-.. M, .53-:sf 4. h- Qt' +V .rjf..,,.ft:4ii'i-f,ig," ' srkilvfiafsf l w-nz' Q .-- V Each voice that you heard making the regular morn- ing announcements over the P.A. system every day belonged to one of this year's Student Announcers. These students tried out for the job last spring, and were judged by Miss Nina Baker, and Miss Alice Stofer. speech teachers, and Mr. Ralph Wood, who is in charge of all the public address work. Any student who had taken speech was eligible to try out for announcing by having his voice recorded while reading his own original announcements. During the first semester these ten f v 'A' s 5 ' M ,'-' 'il --4.14 'ff' I Lic' if - an . , f . .gan I -' A .ln ,, R i 1 ' r 1 , "' Mm .:. fb 3 I -LW' MISCELLANEOUS SB Last but not least, Ruthie has a scrapbook which she calls miscellaneous. In this book she keeps all the articles that do not have a prcper place in the others. Articles on art and music may be found in this book, plus fine articles for speeches or panel discussions. As Ruthie has told many people, her hobby has proved to be entertaining as well as educational, Pictured above are a few of the scrapbooks Ruth has collected. lncidentally, in the book on the left, a page can be seen showing all the teachers Ruth had in her sztphcrriore year. She has a page like this for every yea: she was in high school so that she will never forget the wonderful teachers of El-I.S. So. by keeping up these scrapbooks, Ruthie will never forget four of the best years of her life her life at Elyria High School! I i STUDENT ANNOUNCERS First Row. Left to Right: Dick Larkin, Ioan Hyman, Ioan Berger Sandra Vv'armee, Nora Pickard Dick Mclntire. Second Row: lchn Nielsen, Mary Iensen, lack lohn- storm Dan Simon, Byron Morris. students who were selected. each announced for a period of two weeks, Then five of them were selected by the iudges named above to announce for another twoweek period. The student body voted on these five in order to elect the announcers that they wished to have finish up the school year. Being a student announcer offers good practice and wide experience to those who are interested in this field, X7-s. ,Q 'fi ,M Szajt 41 ww? Xt' if 'bw ,Xl Qs!-sa THE HERALD GET IT RIGHT GET IT NOW BUT GET IT RIGHT These pornts along wrth the irve W s and the H Govern almost every thought rn the mrnds of the students who wrrte pub l1 h cmd s ll the Herald the chool b1 monthly pub lr atxon Frfteen regular rssues appear durmg the year and an extra spec1al brg senror rssue IS rssued rn May HERALD S PHOTOGRAPHERS I.e't to Rrqht Grant Ingersoll Larry Ttbbals Th1s year s staff IS head ed by two lumors Betty Anne Hals y and Pat Flynn and advrser MISS Margaret E Mahaifey Workmg wrth the co edr tors were the page edrtors, Sally Parks, Steve Mlhahs. and Rose Stemberg Rrch ard Mclntrre, as busmess manager, had the job of i. .i1 HERALDS SPORTS REPORTERS Fxrst Row Lelt to Rrqht B111 Mc Mann Steve Mrhalrs lSports Edr tori Dxck Mclntxre lBusmess Man agen Second Row Iohn Txte Iohn Marshall 1 lm y V 1 ,girl Egg,-.H ' , as .. Al-iz: ffli rgf slf :if - Q 1, .utr .rj 51 .1 fri?-V12 by 1 at 7 I 5 ' i 5-"H . 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' : , iii. , e THE HERALD GET IT RIGHT GET IT NOW BUT GET IT RIGHT keeprng the organ1zat1on out of the red Room 109 seventh per1 REPORTERS PREPARING HERALDS FOR DISTRIBUTION Frrst Row Lett to Rrqht Carol Overcash Shrrley Hovrs Ann Hennrnqs Second Row Marqaret Pratt Marrlyn Snoble Molly Nrel sen Ray Hallrwell Verne Potter od are the place and trme the staff meets Durmg the seventh p rrod news about E H S sports gossrp and jokes are wrestled wrth un trl each 1tem and artrcle frts rnto an exact space and says exactly what rt should wrrtrng headhnes adher mg to the frve W s all these are requtred of a re porter In return for grvrng these a reporter develops HERALDS ART DEPARTMENT Left to Rxqht Anne Walters Bob Kunkle lArt Edrtorl dependabrllty responsrbrl 1ty polse perseverance selfconfrdence a wealth of rnformatron and broad lnterests CHECKING ADS Lelt to Rxght Ray Peterson Ro berta Hollrclay George Brrk Paul me Nelles Meeting the deadlines, The close of each school year hnds another group of boys ready for Boys State Last year Elyrra Hrgh sent erght boys as rts representatrves to Boys State The number of boys from each school rs determmed by the schools enrollment The boys are chosen by therr teachers wrth scholarshxp prevrous school record and school cmzenshrp rn mmd The Amerxcan Legron spon sors therr trxp to Boys State Last summer the boys spent ten days lune 919 at Camp Perry where the boys lrved a regular army hte The camp was dxvrded mto 4 separate count1es wrth a certam number ol crtxes IH each county Each boy was assrgned to a crty where he held an elected ofhce All state affarrs were carrred on m the manner rn BOYS STATE First Row Left to Right r1s Dlck Larkm whrch the actual state government of Ohro rs carrred on wrth a Senate and House ol Bepresentattves A typxcal Boys State day began at 700 am Each boy took care of hrs own bed and clothrng Food was served army style wrth each washxng hrs dxshes after every meal Classes on government were held durmg the day and durmg thrs trme each boy carrred out the dutres ol hrs ofhce Durmg the ten days several state ofhcmals mcludmg Governor Lausche spoke to the boys Besxdes learnmg how our state rs run the boys at Boys State learned m practlce that good fellowshlp rs a very rmportant factor rn the development ol good crtrzens PROIECTION SQUAD Front Row Lett Ted Haywood Mr A N Smith Eugene Demos Back How Iack Dlllman Iohnny MacDonald Front Row Rxqht Doug Sheppard Marvm Katz Ier ry Hrcks Back Row hm Brllmgs e Elght boys work rn the Vxsual Educatlon Boom rn Lmcoln Basement North one perrod each day runnmg the movre prolector Each boy has been tramed to operate and care for the prolector one boy has been especxally tramed to clean and o1l rt In the sprmg each boy who has served all the year rs elrgxble for an emblem to be worn on has sweater At the end of hrs second year of servrce a boy rs elrgrble for a pm Page 66 I l X, - . ... . 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Schroeder Bob Hettler lack Iohn ston Irm Knott Second Bow Std Byars Drck Mclntrre Byron Mor DRIVERS TRAINING et to Rxqht lVl Owen as Yf"x1, rncrr C l n lf J Many ardent stuaents have enrolled rn Mr Gleason Drrvers 'I' atn na Classes tlws past vear One xfnportan requlrement ol tnts one semester Course ts that L stuaen must be sxxteen years ol aae before entermq the Class ana must also be tn qood health that rs he must have no harmlul physrcal or mental defects The student must also have the wrrtten Consent of hrs parents bestdes a reqular temporary drtvers lrcense Bestdes learntnq the use ol the apparatus ol the car young drrvers look under the hood and are taught the operatron of the xnslde mechanrsm ol the car A 1950 Ford furmshed by I R Dall the Ford dealer tn Elyrra ts used rn thrs course 'Q Besrles the opp rtunrtv to practrce drrvtna rn the car one perroc a week ts devoted to classroom work Durmq tms pertoa many movres are shown and the State Hrqh way Patrol oltrcers ol thts d1STY1CI make regular vrsrts whxch prove to be a very tnteresttnq and educatronal part ot the learntnq The Drtvers Tramrng Course has proved to be one ol the most aqqressrve IH Elyrra Hrqh School and ts drrected under the able leadershtp of Mr Owen Gleason A certrlrcate and recoqntzed drrvers lrcense can be obtatned by all students meetmq all the requrrements and passmq the Course at the end of the semester tg.: lt tvtnmulltl NUI Page Q7 AT AAA CAR Ray Peters Toby Downe fl Q. ii Under the supervrsron of Mrs Mary Kathryn Taggart the mrmeograph workers perform many servrces for the school The grrls cut stencrls and mrmeograph tests for teachers announcements booklets and meetmg nouncements for local P T A s They also type the OPEN HOUSE Open House grves adults an opportunrty to see the s hool rn actron and affords an occasron when parents and teachers may meet each oth r at the school O1 November 2 l950 when the parents assembled rn the audrtorrum they were welcomed by P T A oLfrcers and grven drrectlons as to how to frnd th varrous rooms Soon each parent was huntrng hrs chrld s homeroom There he was grven hrs chrld schedule As soon as the bell rang for Perrod l each parent went to hrs chrlds Perrod l Parents followed through the frrst f ur perxods of the day Parents and teachers seemed to feel that mutual benefrt was derrved from the experrence MIMEOGRAPH WORKERS Frrst How iSrtt1nql Left to Rrght Dorothy Kangas Mary Rr co Bet ty Edwards Conme Muntean Elsre Homokr Reva Strouse Gayle Hazelton Iean Kader Sec ond Row loan Betz Betty Thatch er Beatrrce McClements Farth Elllrs Shrrley Call-cms Ianet Cle- ments Kay Thompson Betty Ba racskr Pat Carter Nyla Lyndes Theresa Frankovrak artrcles for the school paper and the Elyrran preparatron for therr berng sent to the prrnter In addr tron to learnrng general ofhce procedures the grrls garn experrence whrch wrll be of great value to them when they go rnto the busrness world The general oprnron seemed to be that the school offrcral and teachers together wrth the parents contrnue Open House each autumn as a prorect of the Elyrra Hrgh School P T A The me'nbershrp of the organrzatron rs 424 the largest on record rt rs reported The tureen drnner rn October honorrng the teachers was well attended Frne programs are berng planned for the Aprrl and May rrreetrngs Thrs rs the frrst year that co offrcers a father and rrrother of a student have served the group The olfr ers for 50 51 are Presrdent The Reverend and Mrs G Russell Hargate Frrst Vrce Presrdent Mr and Mrs Pau Mendenhall Se ond Vrce Presrclent Mr and Mrs S C Smrth Secretary Mr and Mrs Davrd Hyman Treasurer Mr and Mrs Bryon Morrrs Membershrp Charrmen Mr and Mrs Henry Ingersoll Page 69 OPEN HCUSE WOVEMBER 22 1950 xrmyu-1 rm cmm H qui? tho P ICQ L41 1 1 pb M: .xi Mr, U1 , 1,--1. ' "1 5' , 1:-1112, VX? 'f. I'. Y, T f- Hwc- 1 LTI .. I'rs':'11e-IH Oi T.A.. M141 -1 By ms mfxrmw and wz. . .f xzlf 1- 'Nr ,1 tfzr zm1Qt.x:::, Nl: H :ll .5 vxpln lllllh to !!1Ir'. tm.: ylrvzlts vii-1 A W, V MOVIE WORKERS MR RICHARD S PARTY et t Right w lette y ry R 1 arc r We t m Rls Sam Terra Before Mr Raymond Richard left to re enter the Navy Mr Richards loined the Elyria High Schocl faciltv he was qiven a surprise party by his industrial arts the you of 1948 On October 5 1950 he was Gwen class students The students presented him with a twenty five dollar savings bond going away party by the teachers First Row Left to Right Peter Marozsan Dorothy Greene Ther esa Frankoviak Reva Strouse Evelyn Scott, Ianet Rummery. Second Row: Iulia Cross, Mary Knn Marozsan, Sarah Keech, Den- nis Matovich, Marcia Guth, Kay Spies, Kay Walker. Third Row: M. P. E. Diller, loanne Kuhl, Richard Attkisson, Don Morris, Yvonne Hardy, lerry Squires. If the movie workers had not been willing to perl form their duties faithfully every day, the student body of E.H.S, would not have been enjoying the noon movie each day as they have been doing this year. Each of these students has an assigned duty. The cashiers make change for the students at the auditorium box office and provide the pennies which are used in the cafeteria. Two workers each period are assigned the duty of counting the pennies and wrapping them, but they are provided with the convenience of a count- ing and wrapping machine. There are three students stationed at each door. One stands in the corridor and keeps the students in single file: one watches the pen- nies as the students drop them into the receptacle: the third one directs the students down the side aisles. One boy puts the screen away and another disconnects the loud speakers each day. Some students enjoy the movie so very much that they give a nickel or dime quite frequently. Mr. P. E, Diller very capably manages all records. equipment and money. He also supervises and assists the students when they need his help. Mr. Ralph Wood is in charge of training the boys who operate the movie projector. He also orders the films and approves all bills for the express and rental of the films, Page 70 FRESHMAN CHORUS Ltor ans lly Prshm n C thertne btora Helen wllllGmS ana Marcta Zuber Accampamst I dtth Marttn The automechamcs course ts part of the Vocatxonal Fducatton program at Elyrxa Hrgn School The students that are selected for thrs course are chosen because of therr past progress rn the lndustrtal Arts exploratory course thetr mechamcal aptttude xnterest cooperatxon and dependabrltty The boys that are selected learn the fundamentals of the trade through practlcal expertence ln the shop It ts lmportant that the school teach fundamentals rather than attempt to turn out graduates as fully qtralxfxed automo bxle mechantcs The tndustry through tts dealers can provrde spectahzed tra1nmg xn automobtle repaxr t persons wtth the basrc fundamentals of automobxle 'nechamcs The knowledge gamed tn thts Course helps the student to get a lob hold a Job and to advance mto a better job Bemg a good cxtxzen as well as a good employee rs also emphasxzed VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP IN MACHINE SHOP B111 Wallhead The purpose ofVocat1onalMach1ne Shop trammq xs The student rs taught how to repaxr and handle to teach the student the practtcal requxrements necessary varlous kmds of machmes and tools to secure and hold a lob P1ge7' ' : xr:-1 'f.':. L 'ff' 1: .nm-: fri- 1.r1-u. :L t l Nl zitttt Ht-'rl Q---w -tn : tt' :. :'.w- rt. 111- 'v. " :mt-1: 111 -s zt Up-: 4 'Q '.":1J -' ' ,' If' 1' F. I ' I':'. . .-::.::','.' A tr s rx: 'IL -.:1: :atv .W 1 I lf 1:11-t .1 zz. .1 lvxvtu-,fl ar: , Sa r : a a . ' cz, ' , ' ' C ua 4 . . . O Left to Rrqht Evelyn Tkacs Bar bara Burke Students of E H S enjoy vrsrtrng the school hbrary because of rts amazmg bullettn board drsplays rts mterestmg browsrng case and tts great varrety ot perrodrcals The llbrary could not offer all these fme accommoda trons rf rt were not for the capable lrbrarran Mrss M F Scott and her assrstant student workers Every year these student helpers recerve a lrbrary servrce pm because they have met the requrrements for th1s award by therr dependabrhty courtesy and efhcrent servr e on the student assrstant staff through both semestes cf the current school year Students recervrng therr servrce prns th1s year are LIBRARY leen Drake Margaret Strong Rosemary Lescher Don Forbush Kathleen Drake Arlene Bogart Ianet Rummery Pat Provozmk Fred Myers Barbara Iohnson Etta Strles Gerre Cammarn Iune Nrelsen Dorothy Kangas Barbara Shrrver Sandra Llgward and Bob Lawson The followmg new helpers have served on the sta'f for one semester from Ianuary 1951 through Iune 1951 and have learned the lrbrary clerrcal procedures Nancy Eschtruth Gary Smrth Ieanette Le Masters Ruth Eddy Eleanor Shorba Betty Chambers Rosemary Wrl son Ralph Yukas Drane Von Boxtel Clara Abrcht and Al erta Barry TICKET GIRLS These two grrls Evelyn Tkacs and Barbara Burke both Iunrors are Mrs Taggart s rrght hand men durrng the football and basketball season for Mrs Taggart has charge of all the athletrc trcket selhng Whrle many trckets are sold rn the mornrngs by some of the senrors from her homeroom Evelyn and Bar bara are the salesladres behrnd the trcket wlndow Evelyn started sellrng trckets rn the booth when she was a freshman and Barbara started selhng when she was a sophomore Besrdes sellmg trckets the grrls durmg the erghth perrod work rn the mrmeograph room That rs where all the trckets and records are kept They get the boxes ready for selhng rn the homerooms and check them carefully countmg and wrappmg the money Durmg the football season they get trckets ready to be sent to the grade schools where they wrll be sold These grrls certamly hve up to the name of Mrs Taggarts rrght hand men Dependabrlrty and servrce are therr watch words 'age 72 Ieanette Nagy, Ianice Smith, Margie West, Dick Wolfei . , I I . 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I , rf-I - Lett to Rrqht Phxl Whttacre Kath BUSINESS MACHINES Standing Lett to Right Helen Kerekes Ioanne Fowl Margaret Leczo Dick Speigle Betty Barac skai First Row Seated Betty Thatcher Beatrice McClements Shirley Roling Second Row Seat ed Shirley Calkins Gayle Hazel ton Pat Carter V BUSINESS MACHINES One of the most popular sublects in the Business Course is Business Ma htnes During the first half of the year the students learn the basic fundamentals oi the Monroe calculating machines the Burroughs the Sun strand and the Comptometer In the second half ol the year hling is studied and each student has a miniature tiling set in which to put into practice the principles learned While halt of the Z class is working on filing sets the other half is working on the ma hines in order to gain a higher degree of speed and skill This is ac orrplished by taking timed drills which gradually increase the students speed Besides learning how to operate the machines and tiling the students gain a better knowledge ot the Lindamentals of arithmetic Business Ma hines affords a good opportunity for students to gain experience in otice work Also it might enable the student to obtain cr better position in the business world ...IRWIN PRIMPING This is an everyday scene in the girls' locker room of E.H.S. At 8:15 the doors open. and there is a crowd of girls rushing to get in front of the mirror. When one has accomplished this, she is ready to start her tasks by combing her hair. Every curl must be perfect. After GIRLS COMBING HAIR ion ten minutes she decides she can't do anything with her hair and starts to put on makeup. She looks at her watch and sees she has a halt minute to reach her homeroom. At this time, she gathers up her articles and dashes out. If you have been wondering why all the girls at E.H.S. are so neat and clean, this is the reason. Page 73 Lett to Right Carol Tonry Phyllis Gebhardt Ruth Eddy Ruth O Mil DECA The Drstrrbutrve Educatron Clubs of Amerrca are rep resented rn our school by an orqanrzatron of nme students under the advrsershxp of Mr Iohn Taylor The members oi the club are from the Drstrxbutrve Educatron class and they meet every other week The ofhcers of Deca are Presrdent Abbre Hutz Vrce Presrdent Ierry Stephens Secretary Beverly Poherence and Treasurer ECIIHG Lrvermore The arm of the club rs to further the Dtstrrbutrve Educatron program rn Elyrra so that employer of students and consumers may beneirt DECA Back Row Lett Flame Lrvermore Su Byars lean Stecle Front Row Mr Taylor Beverly Pohor ence Ann Barley Audrey Hearne Rrqht Abbey Hultz Ierry Se phens Barba a Flckenlaub Seat Lett to Hxght Bob Phelps Ronnre Koepp Betty Wrley Shrrley Prunty ed Helen Mrnnrck rn better servrce The prole ts oi the club thrs year were numerous Amonq them were a dance and bake sale to rarse money The club as a whole attended the Northeastern Drstrrct Conventron of Dxstrrbutrve Educatlon Clubs rn Amerrca at Kent State Unrverslty and two representa trves Abbre Hultz and Elame Lrvermore attended the state conventron at Fort Hayes Hotel ln Columbus Another prolect was the Annual Employer Banquet rn whrch the rrembers ci the club entertamed thelr employers ABT DISPLAY CASE been used by varrous orqamzatrons such as Latrn Club Thls Case ls used pnmcmly for the dlsplcy cf geneml Spanrsh Club and Drstrrbutlve Educatron to dlsplay art work desrgn and craft work such as artncles done Ufllfles mvde bl' members The C059 WGS 0150 used to rn srlver pewter brass and leather ln addrtron rt has drsplay the Iumor Class rmqs Page 74 FRESHMAN DAY Left to Right Nancy Snodgrass Nancy Flearrr Arlene Sachs Ron rta Hamilton FRESHMAN DAY September 6 found the school hfnmrng w h exc te ment Where rs the auditorium? When doe the next perr d end? How do I get to the cafeterra These were only a few of the questions a iced by the class of 54 better known as the freshmen That day was a bewildering experience to most of them but wrth the help of the Student Cabinet ushers and fa ulty the strain of the day was eased a bit First the frosh met rn the auditorium where Principal ? Mrraben welcomed them Second the deans Miss Kemble and Mr Thourot spoke and then the system of room numbers was explained After receiving hrs h meroom number each frosh went to hrs homeroom where he met hrs homeroom teacher and new class mates Schedules were passed out and each frosh followed hrs spending ten minutes rn each of hrs classes The freshman day helps to acquaint the new students with E H S the faculty the school system new friends thus giving hrm a day to become adiusted to lrfe Elyrra High V Q AF -s Q :HT CAFETERIA One of the most active places in Elyria High School is the cafeteria. Under the supervision of Mrs. Betty Setty and her women helpers, 1,050 students are served daily. These students come from the high school, seventh and eighth grades in the Washington Building. and from the Hard of Hearing boys' and girls' school. The menus and the buying for the varied and appetiz- ing meals are worked out a week in advance by Mrs, Setty. Daily 150 pounds of potatoes, 100 pounds of meat, with 240 pints and 880 half pints of milk are bought. The students who work are chosen by Mrs. Setty and CAFETERIA LADIES Seated, left to right: Miss Estella Henry, Mrs. Helen Graw, Mrs. serve one period the counter, wipe In return for their cent lunch. As the cashiers courses, they are Hattie Grabor, Mrs. Ida Hansen, Mrs. Helen Kalmar. Standing: Mrs. Betty Setty. Mrs. Emma Meinke, Mrs. Elizabeth Ondo. Mrs. Margaret Fehr, Mrs. Bertha Mills, Mrs. Ethel Fish, Mrs. Mary Tomari. each day. They serve food across trays, polish silver, and mop floors. work they are rewarded with a fifty are preferably taken from commercial prepared to handle the money effici' ently. The following girls are cashiers this year: Nancy Huber, Mary Lou Sabolish, Marina Iohnson, Sue Ann Sheperd, Nancy Scott, Carol Heintz, Helen Karas, Mary Ann Pluta, Kay Walker, Gayle Hazelton, lanet Stellar. Shirley Wiley, Ianet Flickel, Pat Hancock. Darlene Hambly, Kay Hazelton, Catherine Storaci, and Rosemary Lesher. saf- QM HAMBURGERS WALDORF SALAD PEACHES ORANGEADE APPLE PIE CAFETERIA R qh ll I tt tt b th CJ h 1"""f:':.."' ICE CREAM POTATO CHIPS SALMON PATTIES DOUGHNUTS SPAGHETTI MILK CREAMED PEAS ORANGE IUICE CHOP SUEY FRIED PERCH BUTTERED CARROTS LIVER AND ONIONS LAMB STEW Page 76 .f ' First Row. Lelt to i tz M ., ' Este cr Henry, Mrs. Annu 1' 5 Mrs. Hottie Crcxhctr, Mrs. dc: H Q sen. Mrs. Helen Kalmar. S d b Row: Mrs. Be y Se y, Mr E mu Meinke, Mrs, Eliza e L I M' Mrs. Mar uret Feher, Mrs B - ' 0 f tha Mills, Mrs. Ethel Fis X' , - 4 . s Mary Tommeri. .. 1 4-f I V. PRACTICING FOR A SPEECH Lett to Rlqht Shvrmcxn Mvlltnc ff Bwtty Snow Bob Kttnkle Stanton Show fmnk Pete Z1 L! x..1 NOON MOVIE Lett to R1qht Sally Ecuy Mar Dtxte M ller 1n1c1e'1 tt Q Backs Turned Pete' MGYOZSU 'X x or '10 Hcrdx ' : . :H , .' ' r. ,A X , gary Pclmer, Mcrtlynn Nichclcs ' 1 , L ' .tl cl. : . fi ' ' .. PHOTO SQUAD PHOTO SQUAD ln room 210 at 310 every Wednesday alter school members of Photo Squad meet Under the dlrectron of Mr Earl Lautenschlager and old members the new members are rnstructed rn the art of developmq prmtrnq and enlargmq of prctures that they have taken The members have the use of two PHOTOGRAPHERS Our thanks ao to Larry Trbbals presrdent of the photo squad who has Contrrbuted much of hrs trme to the prcturetakmq needs ol the Elyrran Stall The Staff also wxshes to extend thanks to Don Scarborouah Lrant lnqersol an: Rav Hallrwell dark rooms whrch contarn a total of four enlarqers two Contact prrnters and two drxers Some of the proyects of the squad thus year have been a held trxp and vrsrts to photo studros rn Elyrra Three of the members Larry Trbbals Grant Ingersol and Don Scarboroqh have lent therr trme and servrce to the Herald and Elyrran Staff Left to Rrght Iames Roth Ray Hallrwell Robert Kunkle Loumse Mendenhall Iudy Dunn Marxlyn Snoble Fred Forsyth Larry Trb bals Irm Knott Bob Taylor Dan Srmon Ludwrq Petkovsek Tom Dean B111 Standen David Rus sert Page 78 . , 1 , , . t to Rxqht D rr n NL: las SPEECH SPEECH Drck Larkrn a Semor was Elyrra Hrah School s ep e sentattve tc the extemporaneous speakma contest t t Lake Erxe Leaque thxs year and als last year l H9 rumor contest Marxlynn Nrcholas a sophomore an the dauqhter oi Mr L N Wxcholas the supertntenden of the Elyrrc Publrc Schools sp K9 and tt was held at Oberlm C vlleae Ma ch 4 H weve D k parttcrpated rn contests elf' at Oberlm Colleae at te some trme as Marrlynns They went to the Alcazar Hotel rn Clevelana to vshtch the Hexants Schools were hosts Aprtl 5 ana at Cleveland Herqhts Hral' School on Aprtl l7 Dtct-c and Marrlynn spent many hours after school rn the lrbrary and rn conferences wlth Mxss Stoler prepar enaaqements around Elyrta TYPING CLASS These arrls are the eaaer beavers of Tvpxna ll Mrs Mary Kathrvn Taqaart who teaches the adxancea tvpxna and shorthant classes rs helpxnq the qrrls put the lmal touches on theu typxna before aettrna Jobs rn the bustness world lt you notrce a look ol deep concentratton on any of the arls faces rt ts only because they are trymq to remember some of the mechamcs ot Enaltsh partrcu TYPING CLASS Edwards larly spellmq and punctuatron They are ttndma that a aood knowledge ol these fundamentals atdes them rn their transcrrptton of letters Through applxcatxon of these prmcxples they are learnma that an effectne busmess letter requxres more than Just typma skrll So take note all you freshmen ana sophomores tnterested tn the busrness course mrnd your p s and q s or rn thts case your spellma and punctuatron and youll lmd that your shorthand and typmq wrll be a areat deal easter . ' : LFK lyirkrn Mr 1 . tio' i f rf' . Q h J . ' ' , A . . ' r r - H' . V ' . , J ' ' I : sz' he V y Q ' ' to n t' f ' ' , . , . , r. There was only one contest for the Junror leaaue ma for these events. Dick also had many speakrnq 4 4 , r I 3 ' I , 4 V I . Y S ' S I V A f ' - . Page 79 Lett to Htqht Delores Hendrrxson Mary Rrcco Ioyce Dostall Betty L frllllll When the Senror Y Teens held therr Gypsy Carnrval rn the E H S gym on Saturday evenmg November 4 1950 rt was hard to recognrze the place decorated as rt was wrth crepe paper balloons booths and mrd way attractrons The marn feature of the carnrval was the brg srdeshow At thrs attractron Mr E l Burton the barker could be heard yelhng Come one Come all' See the brggest show ever to h1t E H S ln the srdeshow the students enjoyed the dancrng of th chorus lrne the rumba g1rl and the gypsy duet The srdeshow wrll probably be outstandrng rn the memory of the mrnds of many The fortune tellrng booth was another rmportant attractron Mrs Block drd the part well by tellrng students somethrng lrke thrs You wrll marry young and lead a happy lrfe The Gypsy Tea Room was strll another pornt of mterest Mr Iohn Taylor head chef enyoyed cookrng and servmg the delrcrous menu drshes Hot dogs cakes pre and rce cream were served Two or three weeks before the carnrval a couple of mysterres arose A Masked Gypsy and Mr and Mrs X were an nounced Everyone wondered who they could bel On Novem ber 4 the students of E H S found out that Mr Clarence Scar borough and Mrss Gladys Powell were Mr and Mrs X as they marched down the gym floor to the musrc of Here Comes the Brrde A l1ttle later the barker announced the arrrval of the Masked Gypsy It hopped on th srdeshow stage and started to do a humorous pg The Masked Gypsy was not rdentrfred very easrly but after rt d1d a l1ttle more dancrng the mask was taken off Who should be there Mrss Marron Kemble Never before had there been such secrets floatmg around E H S So so you can see wrth all the balloons booths barkers chefs and mystery people the Senror Y Teen Gypsy Carnrval was a great success Upper Left left to rrqht Darlene Mrller Carol Marrnger Fstelle Koons lackre Cox Helen Kara Pat Carter Upper Rxqht Mrs Harold Block Wrllram Crow Left Center Mrss Marlon Kemble Rrqht Center Barbara Black Lorslordan Mary Lo Smrth Lower Left Tea Room crowd Lower Rrght Mr F I B rton Page BC o I v v 1, x D lx' tbl O I U I 7 , . . . . , , . r V I - ' , , . . , , . ,, I . , . . 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'53 A , X '-tea. 3 13' 'Y' - f -H W Nan .Q ,Lf . f fT'r ' w . 556514 I 1 nv 'If 2 l X - wr "NX nk I . k N, fs., Ql- The Orchestra a group of some htty emaers Mr Davrs was V1 the U S Army durmg World War ll and served as Frrst Sergeant of a band unxt wrth countless appearances at USO camps Hrs musrcal educatxon was enrrched at Oberlm College and t Northwestern Unrversrty ORCHESTRA Frrst Row let to rxght tln elmql Dxck Comstock Dave R ssert George Berg Bob Decker Dt k Spxegle Second Row Ioan Hy man Roberta Holliday Margery Palmer Myrna Beal Patrrcra Car son Beverly Morrls Sally Har nson Barbara Kuss Glorra Manns Edrth Kaplan Carol Ald rrch Ann Henmngs Third Row Dot Gxbbens Dan Mxller Sally Thompson Rachel Hubbard Betsy Wxllets Wlmfred Emary Phyllls Kemble Merna Lxvermore Betty Chambers Iudy Mason Norma Washmgton Bob Barnbrrdge Har vey Wrlcox Eleanor Hess Mr Sidney P Davrs Fourth Row Harrlet Fobes Mary Folk Ia'ne Ware Irm Knott Gretchen floch Marrlyn Prtken Carol Stearns Doug Burgett Ixm Brenner B1ll Wrlson Iack Iohnston D1 k Schwmd Page 84 THE E H S STRING ENSEMBLE Composed t me e s t the qh ncn l Or hes e Strmg E se oe ts rg rp m slca vu arse once a wee t rmg he s ho y a eat n 'nber ct rn Commumty natr re The musrc performed varxes greatly some be ng serrous nature and some ot very lxqht character Performances dotrmg the school year consxsted 1 llV6 appearan es at Parent Teacher Meetmqs tw Q1 E E A and Federatxcn Dtnners one at Ea tern Star lnstallatxon one at Methodrst Mens Assvcxatron Cham ber ol Commerce Dnner at the HollArena and two s hool assembles The Ensemble ns rnade up of Marxlyn Nxch alas Pram Dorothy Crbhens Strrng Bass Pat Carson Celln Fdlth Kaplan Vxola Beatrrce Wtllets Dan Mrller Pachael Hubbard Vrmtred Emary Vrolms Marca Gutl- Voca' Solorst and M Davms Vtolln t and D re tor HILzH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA ehearses on Monday and Thursday of ea h week un er the drrectx n ct Mr Davrs It ha povr ed assemblres and s hool p ays ln luded rn tts repertoxre for thxs season has een such selectmons as Leroy Andersons Sle1ghR1de Trumpeters Lullaoy Syncopated Clock and Waltz mg Cat as well as the 'no e common orchestral selec trons such as the Brahms Hungarran Dan es Grofes Grand Canyon Surte a J Sull vans Na h at h Peers Wrth a strmg sectxon of thrrty members ths group carrres on the trad t or oi g od or hestral perf3r"1an es cf h gh school stude s and IS a c edrt to E rl S Oftrcers of the Or hestra are Con ert M e s Sal y Thompson Student Drrector Dxck Sp egle and P Student Dxrector Bll Wrlson . . . of 'nr ri tw ' H. 1' ' my F gym th n' ttyl : a rot ct .xx 1 ns 'ho ye. he if flu 1 g: S ,l far and plgy for gr .x, f itxms of tzoih sihml arm A - - N A ' I cf K . . . .. 3 . 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' , f ' .: e I : ' u A Q GIRLS GLEE CLUB Fust Row Lett to Rxqht Elrzabeth Leuzzr Ruth OM1ll1on Betty Boyd Sylvra Burqett Shrrley McKrtrrck Barbara Abrams Second Row Nancy Eschtruth Nora Lysaght Laura Webb Lola McElroy Pat Hancock Arlene Lonqbrake Ianet Updrke Ruth Krugman Deana Everrtt Ioan Crrueser Marrlyn Dunlord Thrrd Row Marcra Da vres Marrlynn Nrcholas Betty Baum Shrrley Hahn Shrrley Brown Shrrley Szabo Ruth Ham rrons Ruth Herrrck Barbara Caehr Barbara Ramage Shrrley v Wrley Fourth Row brace Hogan Barbara Wellert Karl Madaock Hallre Frtzpatrrck Phyllrs Marta Mary Wrllrarns Kay Vkalk r Bar Rosemary Baan Kathleen Nlrlls Barbara Paonessa Dmna Sar aent Mr'-. Andrew Palaggr guest bara Les her Ianet Wrssrnger Rrta Rogers Drrector I Martrn 329' IUNIOR CHOIR These Iunror Chorr students are hoprng that therr organrzatron wrll be a stepprnq stone to the Semor A Cappella Chorr The Chorr rs partrcrpatmg rn the tollowrng actrvrtres thrs year the Chrrstmas assembly a program at the Y W C A and the annual Baccaleaurate and Com GIRLS GLEE CLUB Fxery Tuesday and Thursday the fourth perx d the Lrrrls Club meets rn room 130 under Mr I Martrn Beck s drrectron In thrs course Mr Beck trams the grrls vorces to a fuller extent The Club has been srnqrng at the meetrngs of varrous r- V111 IUNIOR CHOIR er Mr rlvr' S lly C arlcx I arm rs L ll as lf R sfrnn mencement servrces The Chorr rs very proud of the tact that they were able to buy new stoles for therr robes by sellrng toot ball programs at all of the games The oftrcers thrs year are President Glen Rosenthal V1cePresrdent D1x1e Mrller Secretary and Treasurer Marma Iohnson coach IA IA Viv organrzatrons rn Elyrra durrng the past school year It rs the trrst Crrls Clee Club to srng wrth the upper chorvs groups at the Chrrstmas Assembly The ottrcers are Presrdent Pat Han ock VrcePres1 cent Barbara Wellert Secretary Treasurer Ianet Up drke and Lrbrarrans Ruth O Mrllron and Shrrley Wrley HAIR A A' Koons C r ljt ' u r Cf t Leora ' 51. , f Mrll rr A . 'lehl Qa Ball I , I1 lyaen Jza - r, Fl ' np V:-n :rn Smiley Rzlmrl lil. E. - .. Huebner I fq 0 5 len' Amps, Katnl I Drake, L ' ' f' ' ' X 8 , 'Nl' '. can Inrtrxstf n Cf: l 4 ' H " , 1 .s ljircthy Vvfflst 1, , 'rllxxxis C ll -,ri 'N' 'lt -is fl A Ha -.tin Sara , f I .. f ' Ich. . on Ianet R151-l ff, 1 r Beal, Helen Ciurfrnettf- Cir-ralarnr I1 . Jac: r A . 'Q , B Fuss ll r rr .:.1, . ' ' , t as 11. , L - a ' r Tarn Grey j 1 . T I , . , V ' " L - ' -I Q . , 1 A - Q A ' J f , I - A I I ' 'V ' I 4 I 1 v I t N n 'C v ' W Frrst Row Lett to Rrght lfstelle a rw ll, lan Ncnc ,Q yep Ahlf r 'n Drxre ne lx nf Sm tt' YG I ,J 1 rsf qv Second Row Srrr mr rr Vw re w Q. f avlc zcl lfffch lVl.rr1n fre n Irne Ne lsen Third Row Y ort Famer Kerth Vkprceste 1' F en Clcn La'n reaux 1 1 F rl sts Daxrf' Carer E lVl 'tsl cl lrec' Myers Fourth Row Btll Lan e Walter Lawards Rav Hall well om vchot el Harlanc Holobach Glen Rosenta l E vwrn Hemmrnger Brll Heuse Lee Wtrster Frank An tony Bob Walker Mr I M Beck thaw low than In Boom 130 every seventh period the Senior A Cappella Choir is diligently practicing for its next appearance. This out- standing choral group is composed of approximately 76 members and is directed by Mr. I. Martin Beck. The officers are: President, Byron Morris: Vice President, George Berg: Secretary, Helen Karas: Treasurer, Mary Lou Wagner: Historian, Sandra Warmee: and Librarians, Audrey Tonry and Virginia Frye. The Student Conductor is George First Row, left to right: Shirley Smith, Marlene Kelley, Carol Maringer, Diane Von Boxtel, Mary Lou Wagner, Virginia Frye, Gretchen Hoch, Yvonne Hardy, Donna Allison, Mary Smith, Barbara Westertield, Dorothy Gibbens, Ianet Steller, Sandra Warmee, Audry Tonry, Kay Thompson. Dollie Lotz, Ioan Grandstafi, Delight Bowser. Second How: Marilyn Dickens, Dorothy Olszewski. Dorothy Greene, Iane Kenelley, Margaret Strong, Iudy Dunn, Lois Iordan, lane Lahifi, Ioan Hargate, Silvia Sue Widdowson, Helen Karas, Ioyce Dudley, Leila Weichel, Norma Willis, Sandra Page 86 fvnior a ratppvllzi Berg and he is assisted by Dick Speigle. Among the appearances of the choir this year are included: the annual Christmas concert: an exchange concert with Parma Heights, a concert at Avon: the Mid-Winter concert, and the Lake Erie League Concert which was held in Shaker Heights. Certainly every member of the Choir realizes that these appearances would not be possible without the proper guidance and capable direction ot their leader, Mr. I. Martin Beck. Howard, Betty Snow, Marcia Guth, loanne Kuhl, Iulia Cross. Third Row: Margaret Pratt, Ieanne Kokai, Pat Carson, Robert Lawson, Dick Larkin, Melvin Fogle, Grant Ingersoll, Melvin Shook, Bob Allen, Verne Potter, Fred Forsyth, Bob Brandis, Ioe Feher, Ted Hopkins, Bill Wilson, Ierry Stephens, Mr. I. Martin Beck. Fourth Row: lim Smith, Dave Stokely, Paul Curcillo, Leroy Goodson, lim Kimball. lim Miller, lack Iohnston, Roger Weil, Larry Showalter, Iohn Szloboda, Phil Whitacre, Bob Ioviak, Armand Hess, George Berg, Dick Speigle, Byron Morris, Stanton Shaw, Bob Gedridge. Page R7 Vg "' Pafre 88 li K ik..-. CHEMISTRY CLASS Lett to Right: Ioanne Kokai Edith Kaplan, Carl Larkrns "What is that peculiar odor? Oh my! Thats the second test tube I've broken today?" HOME LIVING CLASS Seated Lett to Rlght Ianet Bram ard Shrrley Amos Mary Smrth Eleene Sampsel Helen Parker Carol Rothqery Ruby Stlles Wx' 'na Lemmqer Barbara Shrrver Lots Cunder Standing Shrrley Swrqer Norma Bloom Maxme Beal Donna Krugman Al ce Wxchlacz lrrs Falkenhoft Mrss Eubanks Thrs course Includes work the areas of home and IG'T1llY re latrons elementary mterror decor atron home nursmq and hrst ard budqetrng of trme and money and nutrrtron GIRLS IN COOKING CLASS AT A TEA PARTY Left to Rlqht Rosemary Bag l-'athleen Mills Barbara Pao nessa Donna Sarqent Mrs A drew Palaqqx quest demonstra or Fo d I Classes were treated to demonstratrons I l-lunaarran pastry makmq DESIGN AND CRAFTS The Desrqn and Crafts room 304 rs a very busy place every flu ol the school year In e prcture you see three students luaarnq the l-crln whrch wrll frre clay were made by the students Durmq the year they also work wrtn cooper pewter and brass malcrna ash trays letter openers bowls and other uselul artrcles Iewelry rs a prolect lrked ly everyone and all ol the preces made are orrqrnal rn desrqn Leather rs rnade rnto artrcles sucn as brllfolds prcture and comb holders key cases belts and change purses At Chrrstrnas trme all of the classes stencrled and block prrnt ed place mats for the veterans hosprtals Artrcles made by the classes are drsplayed rn the show case on the thlrd floor of the Technrcal Burldrnq Lett to Rrqht Brll Heuser Betty Baum Nora Lysaqht COMMERCIAL ART CLASS 303 Standrnq Lett to Rrqht Nora Prck ard Sally Harrrson Back Row Sandra Sanders Beryl Poherence Margaret Leczo Sally Thompson Front Row Carol Cerlan Mary Iensen Phrlrp Haywood The oh1ect of thrs course for art rnayors IS to provrde exp ence and develop skrll rn the use ol letterrnq desrgn and color as related to sellrna RED CROSS WORKERS Frrst Row Ceorqe Burk Mary Ann Marazon Wayne Wrse Nyla Lyndes Second Row Drxre Mrl ler Mr Scarbrouqh Carol Over cash Maurrce Stark Shrrley Amos .J- 'T""' l3'rJe 89 :W BAND S MILITARY BALL 11 1 1 I I 111 II ary vw IN i 1 T1 1 1 I IN I IIC O hy CI JOLII one 111111111011 111111 twen Ni c1111p15 S111c1 the 110 5 vu are 1111 II 1111111 1111111111115 111111 11 N 1 c1111111111 SlKI1l1 111 1111ze upon ncrnq 111 the 1n151c 01 a 111155 1n11 h15 111ch1st1a 'Days an' S KI K IVQ IIIIIC V01 1111oyab10 A1111 the 11111111 WC5 aver sc many taworable com IUPUI? were heard that 1t vw 5 111 at N1 y 111 11111 Sch11111 vu L1 be KI 11111 111111 1 th1 111c11 11 III the 11111110 vm. 111111 be as en cv 1' e 1 1 K1 nah 511cce55 111 'IIS I1 1111111111 nce wer: 1111 1ra111 1111111111 Be1e11 wan Lake A1111 Y e 11111 1 ODQ1111 1111 H11110v110 BAND AT HOME FOR AGED 131111114 11111111111 5.ea511n when the weather POIITIIIQ the band marche-5 on DIXII Street to Wes' Avent e an11 a1ona WP51 Avenue to the Home 101 tho A111111 Hero an the 5pac1Q15 ICIWII the Band 1ohear5e5 115 praq a'n5 101 the 1ootba11 QGITIOS and qets IH a 140011 deal 01 marchmq pracnce spectators always qather t watch the m1151c1an5 throuqh the 1111115 When t1rne IS 11p the Band "'1GYl'1'9S back to 5choo1 and ba k 51111 FITTING BAND UN IFORMS Left to Rxqht 11111 Ware D11ecto1 Walter Von Brock Don I'elty 1 T1 5 y1-111 111 111- 11151 1:111- 1110 Ely Il H11 Sch 111 Ban.: 511.1 51111111 11 1V1111t ' 111111 '111cE1 wc, 111111 111 :ny 15111111 1 111111101 111 1111- hl'1I 11115 111 1,111 IIII C111111ty T1111 1111111 1111 III w1 A L110 1 11 ty 11 '1 115, 1' 1 yr '1 1 1 . 111 1111, 1111-11 1111n1115, 11 1'1111 w1111 111 1'1111111111-11 111111 11111 11y111 pIOSU1I1PL1 :1 x , DC! 1 II 1 y 11111: 1 111111 1111 1 1 1 y , ' '11 hcp -' th a 1111a1 Ball at 1I1y 1 h 1' '1 111 :1 .11111 CI 11111 11 1 nc- .K E. I AV - JI a 111 11311 4 1y I M1121 SIS 1. 1 . Sl. 56111115 111 1 1 ' 1 Elly , L1 3 11 A ' f , 'z N' 11 5 11, 1 a '1 1 . 1 1 I s .- . , 1 1 . ,I 1 1 14 1 ' " 1 . ,. 4 O ta , 1105. THE DRUM MAIORETTES Bernq a malorette of Elyrxa H ah School rs the hrqh ambrtron f many qrrls unfortunately there are only ftve each year lt rs possrble for a qxrl to be ch sen as a malorette IH her rumor year thus enablrnq her to serve her MAIORETTES REHEARSING Left to Rnqht Helen Kere kes Darlene Nlrller Dane Abbe Mary Lou Smrth Donna Keyser s hool for two years lust as Mary Lou Smrth Darlene Mrller and Donna Keyser have d ne Those twrrlrnq for their first year were Helen Kerekes a semnr and Drone Abbe a lunror Those gurls usually spent two errods a day co operatmq and to form the routrne and entrances for the 50 51 football season These mcluded many new dance steps and graceful acrobatxcs The new plastrc hats and brrqht red overcoats msprred the majorettes to qlve a pleasmg performance for therr spectators Durmg the current year they partlclpated rn the rallles held MAIORETTES STANDING Left to Rxqht Donna Key ser Dtane Abbe Mary Lou Smrth Helen Kerekes Dar lene Mxller on the Court hoarse steps the eve nmqs prror to all faotball qa'nes They also marched rn the annual Halloween Parade and rn the Chrrstmas Parade rn Loram Other appearances were made before the Y Teens Talent Assembly the Roll Arena Show and the League cf Women Voters MAIORETTES PRANCING Left to Right Donna Key ser Dxune Abbe Mary Lou Smxth Helen Kerekes Dar lene Mrller Page 91 P , A . puttinq their own ideas together 'J' Drum Major Richard Spiegle First Row. Left to Right: Betty Hal- sey. Rose Steinberg, Dorothy Green, Gerry Green. Mary Lou Wagner, Sandra Warmee. Ruth Amato. Second Row: Elmira Crawford, Elsie Homoki, Ioan Ko- kai, Linda Holmes, Sally Scho- ditsch, Ann Schiesz. Third Row: Carol Hammons, Pat McHa1e, Vir- ginia Frye. Ioan Hargate, Myrna Beal, Fourth Row: Betty Thatcher. Shirley Nagy, Kay Line, Nora Pickard, Helen Karas. USHERETTES "Oh dear! I can't find my seat." Who comes to your rescue? Of course, a smiling, courteous ushette. The bright red jacket and red and white cap she is wearing was bought for the school by the Athletic Association. First choice for the job of ushering at football games is given to the members of Leader's Group and then to the juniors and seniors not belonging to l.eader's Group. Twenty-four girls make up this year's group of Usherettes. Their main jobs are assisting the public in finding their seats and to keep order. This year's group is proud of the way they handled the bean shooting situation. When the bean shooting began, the Usherettes r sought the help of the police. It seems that the police made the boys put their bean shooters in their pockets but, of course, the boys had them out soon after the police left. This didn't stump the girls. They quickly seized the bean shooters and broke them. Once again there was order. The Usherettes are thankful to the Senior Y-Teens who repainted the numbers on the bleachers, thus enabling them to usher people to their seats more quickly. The Usherettes were started and is at the present under the direction of Miss Fosselius. Our school has benefitted by this service for four years. We of the school are thankful to these Usherettes for their splendid job. Student crowd at a football game , .8 Page 92 CHEERLEADERS Kneelxng Left to Rxqht Benxtta Rlstas Sophre Trlacoff Sandmq o n Elltot loan Fowl u IG Cross Ierry Stephens CHEERLEADERS Have you ever been rn the posmon of trymg to lead hundreds of students m a cheer for thexr favorxte team, 'I'h1s ts a dxfhcult srtuatxon to be ln but our cheerleaders somehow manage to pull through The Varsxty Cheerleaders for thxs year have been '-91 '1 Sophle Traxcoff Benxta Rxstas Iulta Cr ss Ioan Fowl John Ellxot and Ierry Stevens Wlth Sophxe as thexr leader these students have the task of leadmg the cheerlng sectxon at the football games durmg the Autumn They have done a sp'end1d lob m keepmg up the morale of the school even though they have been a l1ttle drscouraged at trmes P-has B111 NVrll1crms ana Coa h Coyer 1' . y, . . 5 J .rail 4 A 1 lh-1 , Il' 4 1 - , ' f. , 44 J, . sa yfij f Xu? I ,fb Ln? 4 L -.4 -- 4, . l l Um I 'ful +1 F 'I '55 JI 'W -4' CET 4631 H F5 'f 3 I 3 '- Y 'wig , -, .. tsr-'Q' Q I I 1 3' J 6 'W' 1 Q41 MF VARSITY AND RESERVE FOOTBALL SQUAD First Row left to right: Doug Iones, Don Morris, Carl Larkins, Ray Hess Dick Bara Bert Provoznik Phil Perkms Bruce Brerbower, Dick Patyak, Karl Baun, Bob Williams Phil Webb Silas Shannon Ray Flowers Paul Curcillo, Don Iones, Coach Coyer. Second Row: Coach Hall Coach Block Rodney Young Iamie Alexander, Harlan Chapman, Don Lang, Bill Pitkin. Bill Hopkins Irm Muller Ed Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria VARSITY FOOTBALL Cleveland West Sandusky Shaker Heights Lakewood Akron Central Cleveland Heights Shaw Fremont Lorain SEASON'S RECORD Won-1 Lost-8 Page 94 I I I Weak lang, Q -le -1 -' -' as l 4x -el L A t ' , 5' -Q '-s'3Js3U .2 E13 ' R t H31 ' -1 . 'V IAQ-if 3 50 Sakal, Armand Hess, Iim Rutter. Carl Caywood, Clift Elberts, Lou Resko, Coach Baeder. Coach Sheldon. Third Row: Walter Noster, Io Blaner, Iohn Marshall, Ed Hemminqer, Ronald Fenik, Ernie Kaspar, Dick Atkinson, Bill McMann, Frank Iacobs, Ken Schuster, Bob Iackson, Chuck Smith. Tom Holt. Richard Perkins, Dean Shaffer. Coach Curcillo. While the Elyria 1950 Football record of wins and losses was not impressive, beneath the surface much was accomplished. The reorganized coaching staff put emphasis on the future, under the new head varsity coach, Wm. Coyer, assisted by Iohn Sheldon. Although the season could not be considered successful, much good expe- rience was gained and a lot of work was accomplished in conditioning and training. The squad started out with only eight lettermen, seven of them seniors. The team showed general improvement as the season went on, but not enough . . . and their mistakes were costly. With a good nucleus of lettermen returning and many promising players coming up from the ranks, Elyria's football is on the upgrade. Page 95 mln.. Left to nght Ftobert Baeder Ernest Curcrllo Robert Rmqer Harold Block C F Hall Iohn Sheldon W111 am Coyer FRESHMEN IN T FORMATION Left to Rrght Chuck Butler Torn Frsher Ronald Krhl Henry Terry Ixmmy Wtllrams and Center Bud F rtman in COACHES Words can never express srt trcrent apprecrcrtron to the Coaches l r therr servrces To occupy therr present post trons they have tound rt neces sary to have Colleqe trammq c M. vuerl as experrence rn teachmq and Coachrnq physlcally and mentally out he needs cr good coach .AL Pcrge 96 r ., V A boy may have what it takes FOOTBALL LETTERMEN s'nlx Ftrs! Row left to rrqht Phrl Webb Don Iones Harlan Chapman Clrff Elbert lamre Alexander Doug Iones Second Row Btll Pltkxn Phil Perkrns Carl Lark ns Dxck Patyak Karl Baum Paul Curcrllo Bob Wrlltams if Football managers are m charge of valuable equrp ment that often dxsappears or rs apprecrably damaged and as a result an rron Clad Check must be Carrred on at all trmes rf the organxzatron rs to perform properly wtth a mmtmum loss to the school As a result of experxence a system has been set up to and everyone mvolved A manager must spend two years before he rs elxgrble for an E letter After thus he may recerve a Page 9 FOOTBALL MANAGERS Frrst Row left to nqht Tom Ellis Bob Wagner Ted Hopktns Basxl Madock Don Elbert Art Nemls Second Row Mr Clarence Scar borough Brll Heuser Tom Sloane Charles Payne Harland Hola bach Phrl Webb letter for every years servtce The manager wrth the longest servxce IS appoxnted head manager the next two as senror managers The yumor manaqers are trarned for the sentor years and are asked to refram from handmg out new equrpment Managers are dtsmrssed durmg football season at 2 15 to the stadrum where they rematn untxl the players have all gone home ' . - t A mi .nt ae " .rt rs-:.: 'I gftxt-1:1 51- .: 1:5 , , -rn w' 1. rl-fttfr tv : "3 ll'f11sf .:1' 1 4-tw-.+':ry t gm' tn IY le-:-' lmlf ,I ttgr- Et.t::' 'r- all zll flu' tu t- letters vw-rw :w1::01 rx. sfo. b A' in-L1 .zz lVl'1r"I1 A , , , L , 1 V , Q - ,-...- - , . , -f - . t N 1 'x i 1 . 4- 5, v 1 1 ' , ' I A . .5 ' Q , , , to r X . 1 ,, A l . T - xx 4 . y. lg .I SCHWIND BAND Rear Row. left to right: Dick Spiegle, Iim Knott, George Berg. Middle Row: Dick Schwind, Dick Comstock, Bob Allen. First Row: lim Brenner, Iack Iohnston. Fore- qround: Ted Lakocy. These nxne boys banded together at the beginning They went to Kent with the team and had the players of the basketball season to provide music at the games won in the State Finals the school would have gtveri They had known each other in the EHS Band Dick the musicians a free bus trip to Columbus Schwmd served as organizer VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row left to riqht Don Givens Bob McArthur Byron Morris Don Lang Ierry Bruce lim O Connor Carl Larkin Second Row Coach Harold fPetet Block Dave Froust Frank Donnelly Dick Hartman Bob Hettler Kenny Logan Dick Iantz lim Mrller Don Morris Basil Modock The l9505l edition of the Elyria High School Basket fine season record of 15 wins and 7 losses Finishing in a tie with Euclid for thxrd place behind Cleveland Heights and Lakewood the Pioneers won a total of sev en games and lost five in Lake Erie League competition The red and white also copped impressive victories over Mansfield Fremont Bellevue and Iohn Hay rn mdependent contests while dropping a close decxsion to Sandusky The Pioneers then went mto State Tourna ment competition wmnmg four straight games at the Baldwin Wallace freld house in Berea to cop the District Champronship In the four games at Berea the Pioneers outpointed Cleveland Lincoln Lorain Lake wood and Cleveland West Advancing to the Regional Tournament at Kent the Pioneers were dropped from further competition by a tall team from Coventry High School in Akron The Pioneers enloyed a treat during the season when they were invited to Wooster College to play a preliminary contest with the Wooster College Freshmen before the Wooster College Kenyon game The Elyrrans made a fine showing against the powerful Wooster freshman squad Page 98 M, ball squad, best since the 1944-45 combine. compiled a ' ' I ' , ' , - VARSITY BASKETBALL STARS Lett to Right: lim O'Connor, Byron Morris, Bob Hettler, Ierry Bruce. Dick Hartman, lim Miller, Ken Logan THE SENIOR BAND The Elyrua Hugh School Band under the very capable drrectuon of Mr Walter F Von Brock has asude from playung at all football games played for many other occasuons The Annual Mud Wunter Concert for pep rallues and parades Thus year as last the Band plans to enter the Dustruct Band Contest and uf the orgamzatuon IS glven a superuor ratung w111 go on to the State Contest Last year the Band receuved a superuor ratung at the Dlstruct Contest and went on to the State Contest to receuve an excellent ratung Th1s year Mr Von Brock hopes the Band wull go on to IGCQIVS a superuor ratrng un the State Contest to be held un Aprul The Band pract1ces three days a week Tuesday Wednesday and Fruday un the Washungton Bulldung basement BAND Furst Row left to ruqht KMa1orettesJ Donna Keyser Duane Abbe Mary Lou Smuth Helen Kerekes Darlene Muller Second Row lDrum Mayor? Duck Spueqle Ioan Myhrman Dave Russert Bob Decker Ed Erdue George Berg Marulyn Ducken Duck Larkun Ium Brenner Dale Spueqelberg Dale Knowlton Walter Von Brock Thurd Row Wulbur Garland Sara Smuth Bob Baunbrudge Tom Brown Don Felty Marque West Dot Gubbens Ronnte Hull Bull Wulson Fourth Row Ium Knott lack Mallory Keuth Kochs Eduth Kaplan Ium Smuth Penny Smuth Eleanor Hess Bob Allen Walter Vusnusku Ium Nay Fufth Row Barbara Kuss Ium Ware Sally Harruson Alberta Wood Glorua Manns Lous Frudunstune Ted Berg Dorothy Olszewsku Louuse Mendenhall Marulyn Snoble Carl Peters Sixth Row Bull Standen Roberta Holluday Margery Palmer Carol Aldruch Lynda Curtus Nancy Flaherty Marulyn Dawson Maxrne Thorely Allan Reusser Ium Dunlap Seventh Row Mary Folk Ruchard Brown Marulyn Putkun Carol Sterns Lester Iohns Gretchen Hoch Carol Tonry Ann Hennungs Harnet Fobes Ted Lakocy Eughth Row Iohn Sloboda lack Iohnson Ium McCord Nancy Wundsor Ester Kader Lee Wurster Bob Snow Carol Rodman Duck Schwund Ioan Hyman Ninth Row Doug Burgett Ium Kauffman Harold Bensen Don Elbert Leroy Goodson Kay Stang Sam Van Horn Marlo Sandow Dtck Comstock Page 99 i ' I D I I . : . . . V ' u , . . . ll - I ll 1 . . , E H S BASKETBALL RESERVES The Elyrra Hrgh Reserve squad tutored by Coach Brll Coyer came through wrth a frnal record of erght trru'nphs cmd ten setbacks Although the team was usually outclassed rn herght they made up for rt by drsplayrng plenty of team sprrrt scrap and hustle rn every game A number of boys on the Iunror Varsrty proved to be very valuable prospects for the Proneer Varsrty next year Among these B111 McMann was the standout as hrs abrlrty RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM Frrst Row left to rrqht Don El bert Drck Kosco Armand Hess Wrll Hopkrns Brll McMann Tom Gwrn lack Smrth Art Nemrs Second Row Coach Wrllram Coy er Bob Wagner Don Iones Rod ney Young Frank Iacobs Carl Caywood Drck Perkrns lohn Marshall Doua Iones Dean Schaffer FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM Frrst Row left to nqht Rrchard dress Franklrn Rockwood Irm Dunlap Tom Frsher Irm Don nelly Gordon Freeman Paul Wothrrng Kenneth Rarney Maclcre Shrllrng Clay Shannon Second Row Phrl Webb Tom Ellrs Dell Gorham Orvrlle Ter rell Leroy Abel Bob Mrller Ernre Vencze Dale Neuman Bob Hum mel Ron Phrlron Charles Butler Don Grbson Brll Rersrng Lowell Shrck Coach Sheldon FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM The future stars of Elyrra Hrgh School the Elyrra Freshman Basketball Team Just frnrshed a successful season for the year 195051 The team coached by Iohn Sheldon worked hard all season and was rewarded wrth valuable experrence Although the teams record of two wrns and three losses was medrocre the boys learned many fundamentals and learned to play together The team opened the season rn fme style by downrng Rocky Rrver 2720 The coach was rmpressed wrth hrs gamed hrm a berth among Coach Pete Blocks varsrty charges durrng the tournaments Other members of the team who showed a great deal of promrse were Armand Hess Brll Hopkrns Drck Perkrns Drck Kosco Don Iones Dean Shaffer Carl Caywood Tom Gwrn Iack Smrth Iohn Marshall Rodney Young Doug Iones Bob Wagner and Frank Iacobs The members of the team voted Don Elbert and Art Nemes the reserve managers as the most valuable on the team yearlrngs They worked steadrly practrcrng wrth 22 squad members Then came the game they were all wartrng for thrs was the game rn whrch they met the Reserves The squad members would rather not drscuss rt because they were walloped by the score of 55 28 Further study wrll reveal that they were beaten by Sandusky 3216 at Sandusky but got therr revenge by trouncmg them 2521 The leadrng scorer of the freshman team rs Don An dress but due credrt goes to all the squad members The team rs grateful to Mr Sheldon for the valuable experr ence they recerved under hrs coachrng Page 100 Ellis, Allan Campbell, 'Don An- Abahazt Wtlltam 140 Irondale TO FORWARD-LOOKING GRADUATES A YEAR FROM NOW . . . WHAT? Elyria Business College courses quality for-More power and greater alertness for business employmentg for a tour-year college coursep for executive secretarial work, for social workg for personal advancement with increased success and security. Hundreds of Elyria Business College graduates--young men and women-well advanced in successful careers, supply substantial evidence of the value of the Elyria Business College training Both Day and Evenmg Sessaons PHONE 2461 A iff nz ul UI l cluau IIIIHIHIQ I Balozu Gerry 220 Lalxe Ave Ba Sally 710 East ve Abbe Duane 319 Mtddle Ave Abel Leroy 400 Bon Air Ave Abramoslma Carol 345 Concord Ave Abramoslma Nancy 345 Concord Ave Abrams Barbara 242 Warren Ave Abrams Omadel 242 Warren Ave Adams Barbara 210 Bell Ave Adams B ll 18 Twelfth St Adluns Torn 25'z West Ave Ahlgrnm Leora 109 Byington Ct Albright Robert 220 State St Aldrnch Carol 483 Eighth St Aexander Ja1me 32 E Rtver Alexander Cllftord 694 N Abbe Rd Allabacln Carol 461 Tenth St A :son Donna 141 Oalr t Allen Mary 322 Princeton Amos Shnrley 216 George St Anderson Tom 1291 East Ave A11 ress Don 116 St Cla1r St Andress Larry 432 Earl Ct Andrews Marulyn 172 Spruce St Androslry Thomas R D 2 Murry Rudge Anthony Frank 406 Columbus St Arndt Joanne 31 Artemas Ct Arndt Paul 350 Columbus St Arnett Ruta 227 West Rnver St Atherton Richard 125 Cleveland St Attlusson Richard 252 Th1rd St Auble Jean Dora 336 Twelfth St Banley Irene Murray Rldge Bago Rosemary 245 S W River St Bainbridge Bob 244 Columbus St O Bally Dale 305 East Broad St Baltzell Edmund 939 Gulf Rd Barnard Norma Mae 509 Washungto Barry Alberta Rae 230 Middle Ave Bartholomew Ray 236 Denuson Ave Bassett Kenneth Robson Rd Batdort Jane 22 West Avenue Bo te Phyllis Wayne S Bauer John 611 West R1ver St Baum Betty 116 Charles Ct Beal Joe 122 Kenwood St Bea axlne R D Bea Myrna 1331 Gulf Rd Bea Nancy 122 Kenwood St Beale Lous 323 Cambrndge Ave Bearer Doris Ann 211 Blaine St Beattie Norman 119 Rldge St Bell Janet 1258 East Ave Bellottte Ron 641 W Broad St Bender Joyce 398 Woodland Ave Bend1lx Eleanor 146 Adelbert Benson Harold 110 Bell Ave Beres John 504 West St Berg Theodore 307 Porlx Ave erry J1rn 11 Spurce Best Barbara 310 Fnfth St Betounes Sam Apt 2 Nicholas Blvd B1erek Barbara 228 Foster Ave Brerelr Dolores 228 Foster Ave Bullmgsley Jurn 2139 Lake Ave Burch Sarah 218 Stanford Ave Bark George 119 Fremont St B1shop Betty 220 Prospect St 1 ner Ed R D 1 Abbe Blaner Joe 289 Hawthorne St n Ave f r W I 1 ,I In , .l , . 8 l l Y0lllH tht "ho0I A ', -- . ,W , , V- Sig H ui, 1 A . 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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF T951 PICTURE FRAMING STORE SEWING MACHINE SALES and SERVICE 423 West Seco d St eet C WOODEN S 423 West Seco d St eet Complete Food Market 442 Cleveland St eet BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 5I THOMASSONS PoTATo CHIPS POPCORN PRETZELS ALWAYS FRESH ALWAYS CRISP Visit Our New Dairy Bar 206 Clark Street Phone 3245 ELYRIA, OHIO P 2 . n l' NIC III , . . rI1L xlII'.IIlL III N- t 5' AIINI.1Iax Cimffffzme 1111 of 1 n I' I' I Roy Kennlly Motor Soles PACKARD SALES AND SERVICE 460 Cleveland Street Elyrxa Phone 62 601 X Conqrcrtulcrtxons Class Of 51 WISE SHOE STORE SHOE REPAIR CHIROPODY W C Wlse DSC 562 Cleveland Street Phone 62 731 Comphments Of YOUR STORE OF FASHION T H E F A Y C O I I 383 Broad Street Elyrxcx The I O THE STORE FOR STUDENTS REGER and BINNINGER House of Dlomonds CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1951 WAGNER S MUSIC and APPLIANCE CO BROAD STREET ELYRIA CENTRAL BOOK STORE BOOKS STATIONERY GREETING CARDS 371 Brood Street Phone 2889 Pg 113 mllfft Um fff" Rf.. F T C H "l1"f1u't SITA. Qf1.1f1!1 .11 J Pr' at Witt!" E1-YRIAI OHIO I . . 0 o CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1951 PENNEYS PARADISE Ilmr Broad Street Phone 4543 ESTERBROOK FOUNTAIN PENS Styles o d Po SHEAFFER AND PARKER 51 PENS AND PENCILS ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS ELYRIA STATIONERS 533 Broad St fNext to Lmcoln Theotrej HESS and HESS PHARMACIES Ilffl Pr 1 1 148 MIDDLE AVENUE Phone 2557 112 E BROAD STREET Phone 3427 YR M I L T O N S 596 Brocxd Street Phone 3468 KARL W PLOCHER I I 901 Lorcun County Bank Bldg EIYIICI Ohlo Phone 2433 4 LXHNINI tilts UI I5X1?'I.l.I l'11r111111,I1 C,w1!1t11f111.1 1 .1111f 131.1 .1111 to 521 I IAII n intsi 'HIM 811111 'lf1.11 'I 131-111 lS111.f'1" 1 1'fIlIV l,'1'11l11 juufu Raft 2 c,IL'2"f1.f 1111.1 lm 1 111111 .h!H'lf,1 limnff E L I A , O H I O 1 :If .. 1oIi ol lI11 Choo! 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