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PUBLISHED BY THE ELYRIAN STAFF ELYRIA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL ELYRIA, OHIO ,S 1 K gm 7 -:x ii f s X H, ' Q , I W I ,.f.::' X Q ' , rf,-I - 'fE5,.- -,-'Fw gf, '26 J is ' .a i X " ' S Q V 2. ' ' :""'7 . ,lf lay'-4 4: 5' hw' Y?" "Q 'W' M , ' J ' ML 5 3 . ..: g' vf 51' 'iii 1 4? , QQ 4 , at 'Cghir' F f I . ,fqx fm, I M. N 'gi - 4 jf ' I x.. ff -yi T , R ,Q W, I R M Eff fx.T'!'i' mf if ,gl ,: if f 4 'Q U vzgf if 4 V lf? t , V' jig , ,H L V .iiffw M if ff' Rf '- :U V, UAZMQ5 .K Alai- , " M A E, 'Wifi 47 ,fl xlvfga F x ., if . .. 3 9 S X . Q s ffl, M ' fl' fi? KX fx Nu E .M Y A W lkdx. K ' wi. . :ww K km X V Nr 13 I L Q Q S . it di Sn . ,Ja J 4, Sw, W' AND QOUR,M,SCljQ JQl B A1 yy ,, V, 1 N A 1' 1 1 .ya M11 11 . 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But you don't have to be in a choir to know the friendliness of the man to whom we dedicate this book. In our modern society friendship is a price- less commodity. When it is tempered with warmth, understanding, and good humor, it goes Thoughtful . . . and happy, too. For J. Martin Beck a piano can truly be consid- ered a companion, for both have the some interest at heart . . . music. beyond the scope of man and becomes something which time and distance cannot limit. This friendship to youth and age alike has made Mr. Beck an institution in our town and our school. The familiar form, seen from day to day, has brought to thousands of students, not only a better understanding of music, but a better knowl- edge of human nature. And so, in this book, which many will trea- sure in the future years, we will keep the mem- ories we have gathered of you, Mr. Beck. Perhaps Mr. Beck likes to begin his school day with a humorous skit in an all-school assembly, but at the close, he finds that leading the student body in the Alma Mater is even a more enjoyable way to begin his duties as director of Elyria High's choirs. One of the greatest contributions J. Martin Beck has given to us is the music for our Alma Mater. And so as we close these two pages of glimpses of Mr. Beck, we present . . . THE ELYRIA HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER All hail to thee, Elyria High In tribute halt we now. ln reverence that's deep and true Our loyal heads we bow. For time can never more destroy The light of mem'ry burning bright. In days to come all through the years, You'll guide us by your light. As forward to our goal we go From scenes and pleasures rare, Our lips must e'er their story tell, Our hearts fond mem'ries share. And, though the years roll on and on. We hail to her with heart and hand. As first our school rose in the west So first she'll always stand. -- Bernice Atkinson Gwin 5 ASSIGNMENT . . TERM PAPER Above: Along with her fellow classmates Judy Sch- mittgen gets the assignment- a term paper for physics is due in three weeks. This is but the beginning. Below, Left: Judy uses encyclopedias, magazines, and science books to get all the facts and figures that are so necessary to a good report, Below, Right: The world of books is fascinating -- but Judy has only time to look for the ones she needs at the moment, and then back to work. 1' """..gw "Term paper . . . three weeks." At some time and in some form these words are heard by every E.H.S. student. Maybe you have heard them recently and know the feel- ing they cause. Your first thought is to say "Oh, no!" Then you realize that there are others and that you aren't the first one . . . or the only one. So to work, and it starts in the library. Digging, digging, and more dig- ging. The research, the time, and the energy all go into the paper and finally the notes are completed. You just have time to copy over those notes. At last it's done and you have it in. So you wait and no matter what the grade turns out to be, you are satisfied because it is your work, your term paper. ,i di' 'Wh u T f"""""" Recopying the notes is quite a job. This though brings encouragement because Judy finally has a working form. Above: Three weeks later and the paper is turned over to Mr. Jones. The working is over and the waiting begins. Right: Now the reading, writing, working, and wondering are over. lt all pays off in an A, and the satisfaction shows. Photographed by David Currie. """"'f'F' Late at night and the work still goes on. Typing is the final stage, and the finished product appears. St gsm 5 , -..mv -.n 1':-guuz 1 J--, - ,Q- .Q V vu' 'AW U 4 Q4 W, vv QU ,114 1.3891 'M' . 2 'z ,..- sf 1' if-'elf ' fifi, M "nf Yuki -K Agivilfd W -4 ,gzxvv "":,::x . 'L-iv -Mg, , EI. , T5 . ,l'gc'3'5 .in WT fvf 'lla' ' ug. ,Q f r ff.-f Ja., Wg,-dv : "VF lvl M, f 4f'Z'Q,fg-'Q -2 ik,-,X L, ' , 'aw-.L 'rn ' K f- i Q . '12 , ,way - 'vm g . W ,A . -4. - fi lair. , ,gn iff , -R. -., lg war. .,, Q 'T .wir .pn .Ll ,yy ' f ' mn Lf SJ ,FQ vi yan, X 2 sf' .ifgyy 'V Y 3 1 1 Q ,,1, 5 :L N, .w SWF Z., ,f ' r hiv ik 9 K S' mxikigf X Y ix A Q was A-MW Q55 9 i S QA as avg 4 'UQ .. f ,e aww, N -g IS FRIENDLINESS, FUN, AND FELLOWSHIP. fm., ' 5 The spirit shows through in waiting - waiting for our An assembly is one of the best times to look around friends, oiclass, Or just waiting, but none of the feeling is and be able to actually see the friendliness, the fun, wasted. and the fellowship - it's really there. Just take a look! Have you ever felt like these cheerleaders? You feel just your lungs. You feel it's great to be here - and you like jumping out of your seat and yelling at the top of know you've caught the spirit. 9 WE PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE IN ACTS Jim Jones Mark Fazey Tom Hook and Jim Guest take The Gasco Food Institute made our eyes take notice their studying seriously and work together to perfect it with its shiny brightness, and our noses perk up at those delicnous odors. Left: Latin Club members and initiates watch as some of their friends get their noses scraped while trying to push a peanut. Below, Left: Senior Leo Henry takes his democratic rights seriously and casts his ballot for the Senior Class Officers, Below, Right: Miniature picture day - with the whole School looking neat, clean, and wholesome and with those bright lights showing it all. Mr. Sandrew, head of the Science Department, helped gulde the projects of all general science, biology, chemistry, and physics students. """ OUR TOWN AND OUR SCHOOL A science first in Elyria showed its head on February 7 and 8, l959. The first annual Science Fair, with displays by industry, government, and students of Elyria High School, became within a few hours one of the most successful under- takings at our school. Many hours and a good deal of money were spent to make the projects as perfect as possible. With emphasis these days on the scientific aspect of our daily lives, the Fair brought into the sight of the public the advancement of the Science Department. Awards were handed out on the basis of points, and there were four top winners with eight runners-up. Commendation should go to all concerned for their hard work. But more important is the insight into E.H.S. and its changing times given to the people of our town and our school. 'fs EF Tom Kihm, top winner in the physics field, makes last A lUdQe is Sh0Wf1 here d0lnQ S0m9 qUeSfl0nl"1Q in Order minute checks of his project. to satisfy himself and the committee that the student really understands his project. PRESENT ElYRIA'S FIRST SCIENCE FAIR. Young and old alike were fascinated by Henrietta the Hen o biology project. Thousands flocked into the gymnasium, the halls and the auditorium to ask questions, criticize, or just to look. it L. is "l'm pretty small, think I could sneak in here?" www-ann-.-gyw if Qu... are xi' "Daddy, can I take a look next?" "Wow, look at those little thingsl' 13 SPARK VAHIED ACTIVITIES SPRING OF '58 Al E.H.S. Barbara Brekelbaum, Margaret Lautenschleger, Pete Enyeart, Mark Fazey, Bill Mrukowski, and Brian Hays represented E.H.S. at Girl's QQ 6 ,.......- . 6 Mr. Gerald Reed from Kent Univer- "Big" Wilson, a Cleveland disc-jockey, added to our sity gave us an interesting view- spring fun with a record hop. point on Education, the United States vs. the Soviet Union. 'I4 The Elyrian and Herald staffs held their Third An- nual Publications Banquet with Miss Verda Evans as speaker. Jim Turek gives all his attention and thought The commencement march brings solemnity to his English Review Test. to graduates and guests, Q gi ,x Qi' i The Washington trip brings back memories of monuments, tours, marble building, and fun. I5 s 5 I ' ' X 1, .V :xhtml 'fm X 1 ? JV! 2 V' l Q ,:-mf:- ' A A Q Y 3 ,ffm i Nzyx 1 iw, 2 5 1 X X x 2 f 2 4 N X A E ,X f 3 S S Q fsiivwww . - il 'BQ' P ,,.. , N vi 'Y .mm ky f l 5 a . 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S- V . , wmv-ww... , ,. qpsw-N .wel 1- 1-ns w..9.fwa-Wmww-ww? wi. ...WW wwf -iqpfefwnnswm-n,1,,,u.Qmwsuwev1 mn , . ,.,,+'.v My wwmmwwmnwwwwzwmv- , ,L U wmawfmnmww ww, . vm-....v. ,Nw ..,. fv, 1 W-W if 1- wif 4 rw wx HWY., THE HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION PILOTS The office is always a scene of bustling activity. Mr. Elliott, our principal, most cap- ably supervises teachers, students, and personnel, and guides the study pro- gram and extracurricular functions. Working with the student council and advising and disciplining students are just a few of the responsibilities of our assistant principal, Mr. Mc- Quillin. The deans, Miss Kemble and Mr. Thourot, are always anxious to meet with students and discuss college plans, schedules, or other problems the students may face. The freshmen are especially thankful for the pre- school help and the counseling re- ceived in orientation classes. Mr. Burton, as assistant in charge of per- sonnel for the ninth and tenth grade boys, gives aid in all areas where it is needed. The efficient and friendly secretar- ies, Mrs. Simon, Mrs. Krueck, and Mrs. Gantz, keep the office running smooth- ly. FOSTER ELLIOTT Principal MARIAN KEMBLE GEORGE L. THOUROT EDWARD J. BURTON Deon of Girls Dean of Boys Freshman and Sophomore Counselor THE ACTIVITIES 0F OUR SCHOOL SUZANNE SIMON Secretary to the Principal Midday shows the office a scene of quiet activity. CAROLYN KRUECK Secretary to the Assistant Principal and the Deans WAYNE R. MC QUILLIN GERTRUDE GANTZ Assistant Principal Receptionist 'I9 MUSIC STUDENTS PLAY AND DISCOVER HABNIDNY. J. MARTIN BECK SIDNEY DAVIS RICHARD C. DECKER WILLIAM J. WALTERS Loud applause resounds in the audi- torium as the curtain closes. Weeks of earnest practice have culminated in the presentation of a beautiful and entertain- ing concert. The members of the musical organizations - Band, Orchestra, A Cap- pella Choir, Junior Choir, Glee Club, Cho- rus - can be proud of the programs they so capably provide for their fellow students and the community. Another important part of the Music Department is the music appreciation and the theory and harmony classes. With a fuller understanding of such things as famous compositions, music development, and musical terms, the students can better enjoy the richness of fine music. Left: The brass section plays on important part in the development of band music. Members of the music appreciation class study some of from books, listening to records, and observing instru- the aids which they use to pursue the course This class learns mental demonstrations. ENGLISH IS THE BASIC HEY TO LEARNING. LENORE SHUMAKER ALICE STOFER 22 NINA BAKER CARROL BOYLAN J. KENNETH BOYLAN GLADYS FOWELL . BARBARA HARK 3 . MABEL HERD LUCILLE LEACH CAROLYN LEEK MARGARET MAHAFFEY PAUL PRITCHETT GERALDINE WAGSTAFF Unlike the first inhabitants of this country who talked in sign language, the young Americans of today commuijcate by speak- ing and writing. A good under- standing and control of their native tongue, enable students to relay thoughts more effect- ively. Parts of speech, sentence structure, punctuation, and spel- ling are just a few of the im- portant areas stressed by the Eng- lish Department. The study of literature opens the door to a whole world of interesting, exciting, and valu- able experiences. lf the students are willing, they can gain many important lessons as well as great enjoyment from the many won- derful stories and classics. English plays an important role in learning for it is the key to all other knowledge. Miss Hark helps some English students with their homework. Il Cllll il Ninn' . I N SOCIAL STUDIES NIJEIIIEIOPS FUTURE CITIZENS xt ERNEST WATTS um I ll, I A iffy iff The pages of the social studies books unfold a vivid and exciting story of the developments that have occurred through- out the ages in America and the entire world. By studying the past actions of dif- ferent nations, students are given an in- sight ofthe international problems of today. The study of our American heritage makes pupils proud to be citizens of this great land. The social problems classes and the classes of problems of everyday living help students prepare for their responsibilities as adults and as citizens. To help further the American ideals of life, it is essential for students to re- ceive a good social studies background. c ass e courts an t eir procedures. Edna Reagan, Tom Kowalik, Barb Schmittgen, and Jim Guest are arranging campaign posters from the sen- iors' mock election last fall. 24 GLENN BAXTER DE LAURICE FRAYLICK MARY KELLY SANDRA LLEWELLYN LILLIAN PECK DALE REICHENBACH ALLYN ROSE CLARENCE SCARBROUGH ROBERT SLAGER NANCY SMITH Mr. Baxter explains to his social problems I th d h STUDENTS CREATE BEAUTY IN ART. EDITH HARMAN LOIS LEES Take some paint, paper, and a brush in the hands of a skilled artist plus a dash of imagination and you have the recipe for a beautiful work of art. Studying so that they will be better able to follow this recipe, future ce- lebrities in the fields of painting, interior decorating, or architecture are taking advantage of the outstanding Fine Arts Department at E.H.S. Design and craft and drawing and painting are among the courses designed to develop the students' talents. The advice and criticism of the teachers help students to improve their work and advance their hopes for the future. Design and craft students work hard on their individual projects throughout the whole year. Under Miss Horman's direction, Advanced art students paint still life forms and'make them appear three dimen- sional. 25 MATH STUDENTS CONQUER WORLD OF NUMBERS. P. EMORY DILLER LOUIS GMEIND Rk4L444fSNQff adj RICHARD OWELLS WlL .gi C. E. SHORT CLETUS SWEIGARD JEAN WEASE H. L. WILSON Mrs. Wease patiently watches a geometry stu- dent explaining his problem on the front board. Among the essential requirements for a math student are well oiled wheels in the brain and the desire to meet a challenge. A math problem, whether it be in general math, geometry, algebra, or trigonometry, can be solved only by logical reasoning and honest toil. The hands of a clock may move many degrees before a calculation is completed, thus making persistence a desirable trait. A cor- rect answer is all that is needed to tell a stu- dent his time and energy were well spent. 26 Algebra students work out their problems on the board so that the class is able to have a better understand- ing of them. SCIENCE OPENS DOOR IO NEW DISCOVEIIIES. EDWARD ALLEN JOSEPH J. ASIRE RALPH F. BAUER ROY S. JONES EARL LAUTENSCHLEGER ROBERT F. MESSAROS GEORGE SANDREW A. N. SMITH BARBARA SMITH From the basic principles of general science to the smelly aromas from the chem lab, from the pigs in formaldehyde of biology to the equa- tions in the physics book, science is a fascinating challenge to the students of E.H.S. It acquaints the pupils with their physical environment and provides a basic background for those who wish to pursue a scientific career. Maybe it will be an E.H.S. alumnus who discovers a cure for the cold or reaches the moon first. If a student gains only the ability to solve his daily problems by the scientific method - seeking facts, eliminat- ing prejudice, and reasoning logically - he has secured much. ...T ...,.h X0 Na, -f a ' Q - ' n fl. 2 S .. ' ,,,, ,, . .,, , I f""1-Q V V Qliy yg, .yy , . .. VV U ....,. . ,Q , " ' t rf. . ,A A biology student, Justin Underwood, works diligently on his science project. Observing a vacuum tube which shows all things fall at the same rate are physics students Bill Rorick, Larry Sheffield, Steve Grant, Lorelei Owen, Dave Janisko, Darlene Burill, Bob Shaw, Dave Huiett, Stanley Berke, Bob Well- man, Ray Pecaut, Gary Sabo, John Sprenkle, and Tom Kowlik. GIRLS STUDY EFFICIENCY IN HOME EC IDA COFFLAND KATHERINE DAWSON MABEL EUBANKS "The best way to a man's heart is through X X his stomach!" With this as one of their thoughts, the girls enrolled in the E.H.S. cooking classes learn to make food delicious as well as nutri- tious for their future families. The skills developed in the sewing classes enable students to supplement their wardrobes with smart, new fashions. A girl who has taken home living should never have any troubles with child care. This is one of the major units, along with buying, time management, home nursing, and family relations, which are studied throughout the year, Right: Mrs. Dawson demonstrates a sewing skill while the students watch closely. Below: Seated around the coffee table in the beautiful new home living room, Judy Long, Pat Adair, Ethel Swart, Toni DiLuciano, and Barbara Lanaghan leaf through maga- zines looking for color schemes. 28 STUDENTS STUDY FOR BUSINESS CAREERS. Miss Roser demonstrates a skill on the board to aid the students in her typing class. Carole McConnell sells a sweater to Pat Glover while Carolyn Huffman looks on during a sales demonstra- tion in class. CARL DEEDS MARY DICKIE J. D. FUNK ANNA CATHERINE HESS MARLA MOATS CAROL M. ROSER GEORGE TRAICOFF MABEL VOGAN A student who has gained speed, efficiency, and accuracy from his studies of typing, short- hand, clerical procedures, business machines, and bookkeeping should have no trouble in obtaining a position in his chosen field. Once employed, o smile and a word of praise is reward enough for the hard work which is necessary to keep the office running smoothly. Friendly persuasion, one of the important traits of good scilesmcinship, is cultivated in the study of another phase of business. Merchandis- ing, store management, and distributive education are other courses offered to prepare students for the world of buying and selling. BOYS GAIN KNOWLEDGE OF INDUSTRIAL SHIIIS. It is difficult for one to imagine America ERNEST CARPENTER CARLTON F. HALL ROBERT L. HERSMAN JAMES L. KEHLER DEAN H. KISSEBERTH RAYMOND C. RICHARD JOHN M. SHELDON STEVE ZVOSEC without electricity, television, or motor vehicles. The great advances in modern living are proof of the vital part manufacturing plays in this ever changing world. The Industrial Arts Department of E.H.S. is charged with the responsibility of training today's youths for their important role in tomorrow's industry. These future skilled crafts- men will help to keep our country a thriving nation. Dick Stang, Joe White, Dove Disbrow, Ronald Sooy, and Jim Watt are shown working enthusiastically on on ice- boat for future winter fun. Dave Sipos, Charles Fields, and Wayne Heginbotham work diligently setting type. PHYSICAL EDUCATION STRESSES TEAM WORK "One! Two! Three! Four!" This familiar sound can be heard coming from the gym classes as students energeti- cally do jumping jacks, push ups, or knee bends. The devel- opment of to-ordination, the importance of good sportsman- ship, and enjoyment are stress- ed in the playing of team games such as volleyball, bas- ketball, and field hockey. Archery, tumbling, and tennis provide their individaul skills. Because the ability to swim is a necessary precaution in water safety, swimming in- struction is offered to the girls. WILLIAM BARTON RUSSELL DOAN BARBARA HUGHES DOROTHY NAPLES ESTELLE L. NEWELL JAMES B. RAKESTRAW Mrs. Newell teaches girls the fundamental steps in swimming. Working hard on building muscles are Mr. Rakestraw, Joe Szakol, and Jim Oates. RAY WILSON 3'l SPECIAL SERVICES ARE GREAT AIDS TO. E.H.S JO ANN BRANNING F. A. EATON MARGARET KISHBAUGH DUFFRIN A. MORRIS MARGARET SCOTT S. C. SMITH CORNELIA STILWELL MARGARET STROHM Elyria High School would be greatly handi- capped without the efforts of the special service departments which aid in innumerable ways. lt is to the members of these departments that we give thanks for the nourishing lunches, the clean and pleasant building, the bus rides to school, the storehouse of information available at the school library, and the extensive adult education classes. The benefits from the test- ing department enable students to better pre- pare for their futures. The infirmary is a haven for headaches, colds, and other ills. Truly the special services are vital to E.H.S. Mrs. Stilwell shows a student how to say "ahh" while she checks for a sore throat. A srl' . rs A Q we Helen Shepherd, a cafeteria worker, Y .m""" helps Mrs. Branning, Mrs. Bastik, and Mrs. Amidon who are busy preparing g A,,.M-"""""'d a good meal for the noontime break, ' ' .,-"""' 32 CUSTODIANS Seated: Mrs. Cattlett, Mrs, Dillen, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Klubert, Larry Ives, Joe White, Mr. Rowen, Mr. Taylor. ' ' ' ' ' k M. Absent: Mrs. Rasner. Phulllps, Mrs. Elllott, Mrs. Ball. Standing. Mr. Shoo , r CAFETERIA LADIES fl is 1 BUS DRIVERS Front Row: Mrs. Sooy, Mr. King, Mr. Blystone. Second Row: Mr. Browne, Mr. Maurer, Mr. Surmon. Seated: Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Amidon Mrs. Krupko, Mrs. Grabor, Mrs. Han- sen. Standing: Mrs. Wiech, Mrs Mills, Mrs. Bastik, Mrs. Ignatz, Mrs Branning, Mrs. Bako. 33 1 1 -v if ff M - MJ 'W ws 0 1 WK E 8 I' if A 559' " 'gil ' n in, .1 , an F - 9.2 . . J W Kira: viii' ' ,il wiv Q Swv gba ,wil 1 as 3 s I , ,gan 6 S-Q Our wg., X, 5 s N We 'W 2 .ME QR tp - W Q: M. , Q, .. . V. W is k 'A 4 sf Q ww y ' 'fgsaf-s-qmu-fx. y .. ,iq , lI'i,g5,g . . , 5 Simaff f 4 1 'Y , K . nz A ,l5Q,,. 5 FILLED WITH ANTICIPATION AND IOY The sun shows itself on the eastern horigon and begins to spread its warming rays on our town. In homes lights go on, bacon cooks, and schoolbooks are gathered together. Cars start to move on main streets and Elyria begins a new day. The sun of a new day in our lives is just coming up. Its rays will show us the paths to our future. Although we will look with longing to what has been, we must follow the light that spreads from east to west and envelops the Class of l959. SENIOR CLASS V ii ,f.: OFHCERS Wilcox, Adviser: Marg lilanson, Mark Fazey President Mss Secretary: Darlene Burill, Treas- urer: and Gary Sabo, Vice- President, successfully guided us through our final year at E.H.S. I 3 CYNTHIA E. ABBE KENNETH F. AEBIE CAROLYN J. ALLEN RAYMOND A. ANDERSON ELIZABETH W. ANTHONY DOROTHY E. BAKSA JEAN A. BANISTER MARGARET L. BARNES WE ENTERED E.H.S. OUR FRESHNIAN YEAR. MICHAEL BASHAK PATRICIA K. BELL CAROL A. BIESKE DALE E. BOLGER NANCY M. BEAL RONALD L. BENTON JOYCE M. BIXBY DONALD W. BOOTH DENNIS E. BAUER MOLLY BEMBOWER DANIEL L. BILLMAN CHARLES J. BONN Se H. CURTIS BEARD JANICE A. BERG GERALD A. BECKER STANLEY A. BERKE NANCY D. BOLDMAN CAROL A. BORESKE PATRICIA J. BODMANN GERALD A. BOOTH nior activities and index on page 164. 37 WE IEARNED IO IOVE THE SPIRIT C. GARY BOSNYAK SUSAN M. BOWSER RONALD C. BOYD SALLY E. BOYLAN LORETTA M. BOYLE BARBARA A. BREKELBAUM CLEONA BROWN ROBERT G. BRUCE DARLENE M. BURILL JOHN C. BURNWORTH JULIA A. BUSH GLORIA J. CAMARILLO WILLIAM A. CAMERON DIANE R. CAMMARN ROBERT A. CARDER KAREN J. CARMAN WILLIAM A. CARTER SHEILA A. CEBULA DARLENE F. CHAMBERS LESTER CHAMBERS THAT BECAIVIE A PART OF US 39 CAROLYN H. CHENEY SHEILA M. CHRISTENSEN SHERRY R. CHRISTIAN THOMAS S. CLAWSON JAMES L. COMSTOCK DIANE M. COTTON GAYLE E. CRAWFORD CAROLYN J. CROMBIE NORA R. CROWLEY KAREN D. CROZIER ROBERT D. CUMMONS DAVID G. CURRIE ANNOUNCEMENT COMMITTEE Choosing our graduation an- HOUHCEITTSUTS Gnd C0l'dS Wefe Sherry Warren, Chairman, Dave Currie, Roy Reusser, Carol Norris, and Judy Innes. THE VARIED ACTIVITIES HEPT COLOR COMMITTEE Bob Cummons, Sandy Lees, Chairman: Jim Schlegel, Molly Bembow- er, and Barb Brekelbaum announced that the class colors are royal blue and silver. I L K 5. gf THOMAS A. DANIELS ARTHUR H. DAVIS ROBERT A. DEAN ANTOINETTE M. DI LUCIANO PATRICIA J. DIRINGER DEANNA B. DOMAN BARBARA C. DRAKE DENNIS J. DE MARCO ROBERT G. DENMAN PATRICIA I. DETAR 40 US ON THE GO. NORMAN A. DYER DEBORAH A. EDWARDS PENELOPE K ENYEART PETER J. ENYEART THOMAS F. EWING JOANNA L FEMLEY EUGENE A. FENIK CHARLES L. FIELDS PHYLLIS L FITCH ALLAN FLEISHER MOLLY C. FORBES E VIRGINIA FORNASH BARBARA J. EDDY EMMETT E. ESKRIDGE JAMES A. FERGUSON CHARLES E. FLYNN Se ELLEN C. EHRMAN MARK T. FAZEY WARREN W. FISH GLADYS L. FORNASH nior activities and index on page I64. 4'I AS THE YEARS ELEW BY, HAPPINESS FLOWER COMMITTEE Alan Murphy, Pot Mosonis, Chairmanp Peg Simon, and Ken Oring chose as our class flower the cornotion. MARTHA A. FOSS ROBERT E. FOSS THOMAS A. FOWKES GARY E. FREEMAN KATHLEEN S. GAINES CHARLES M. GARAY LAWRENCE E. GARBER JOY A. GARDNER JUDITH A. GARN KAREN E. GARRARD JANICE E. GEORGE JAMES V. GILL 42 WAS SYNONYIVIOUS WITH E.H.S. I SANDRAJEAN GIRA PATRICIA L. GLOVER CHARY L- GOW THOMAS J. GRAHAM ROBERT M. GRASSE JAMES W- GUEST KAREN D. HALE JANICE HAMILTON MARGUERITE HANSON CARL N. HARMON LARRY L. HARTLEY WAYNE R- HEGINBOTHAM ROBERT J. GLENN STEPHEN J. GRANT JAMES W. HAMBLEY DAVID G. HARRISON Se KAREN L. GOTRO ALLEN E. GROTKE JUDITH L. HANCOCK BRIAN J. HAYS nior activities and index on page I64. 43 fi J . k Lb Sus, Rx ,N NX 'Cm 'I N I f C I. C , 4 N IX -A7 LI x X .NA .ff I. f fm., THE FRIENDSHIPS WE MADE WE SHALL EDWARD W. HENDERSON LEO C. HENRY JUDY J. HEUSER JAMES E. HEWITT WILLIAM C. HILL JANE W. HOCHENEDEL CHARLES W. HOLTZMAN THOMAS R. HOOK DAVID P. HOWARD BILLIE JEAN HOWELL R. DAVID HOWELL CAROLYN E. HUFFMAN DAVID L. HUIETT SUSAN L. HUNGER MARILYN L. HUNT . JUDITH A. INNES JOHN J. JABLONSKI BRENDA J. JACKSON JEARL V. JACKSON JON H. JACKSON 44 ALWAYS CHERISH k DAVID A. JANISKO JUNE A. JAROCH JUANITA J. JENSEN JAMES M. JONES MAGGIE D. JUNIOR RICHARD J. KATZ JOYCE E. KAUFFMAN NANCY J. KELLEY BETTY J. KEMPER R. THOMAS KIHM PECOLIA V. KIMBLE VERNELL KIMBLE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE Koren Cormon, Sue Prentice, Pot Woodings, Libbie Anthony, Co-Chairman, Karen Garrord, Dennis Lehman, Co-Chairman, sold bright red-and-white pen- cils 'ro make money for the class. WE SHALL ALWAYS BE THANHFUL FOR GIRLS' DISTINCTION DAY COMMITTEE Debbie Edwords, Bev Soike, J u n e Joroch, Chairman, Jeanette Moy- es, and Sue Roberts Lun- der ladder? took core of details for the girliiqgfj Y' I I, ., 4 . v " M' To ' V .f A 1 ,V , , 1-' X' LKQLLL ' LvL'JLL9 XXL L 1' . 1 ,, wwf L A X ...V SHARON L. KINDER CONNIE J. KING DENNIS C. KISER CAROLE A. KISTNER CARL R. KOPP THOMAS E. KOWALIK LINDA M. KREBS CAROLYN L. KRUGMAN GAYLE D. KRUGMAN DONNA H. KUHL THE KNOWLEDGE WE GAINED. W . I DOLORES M. KURTZ E. JEANNE LARRICK MARGARET J. LAUTENSCHLEGER JANET A. LEE DENNIS E. LEHMAN JOSEPH D. LEUZZI PATRICE M. LEWIS SHERWOOD G. LINGENFELTER CLARENCE W, LOWERY PATRICIA L. MacALLEN ALICE J. MADOK ROXANNE V. MAIDEN RICHARD W. LANDIS WILLIAM R. LATTA SANDRA J. LEES MARILYN L. LENHARD RONALD G. LEWIS GORDEN E. LONG ROBERT R. MACKEY DAVID O. MAIDEN Senior activities and index on page I64. 47 THE VICTOIIIES AT THE IORAIN GAMES GIFT COMMITTEE Our gift to E.S.H. will always be remembered. Judy Schmitt- gen ond Pete Enyeart, Co- Chairmenp Billie Jean Howell, Sandy Vorgo ond Joe White selected and presented the gift. I I BARBARA J. MANN CAROLYN MANSFIELD DAVID L. MAPLE ROBERT E. MARPLE PATRICIA A. MASONIS CAROLE L. MC CONNELL RICHARD L. MC DIVITT JEAN G. MC GHEE NELSON M. MC HENRY NORA A. MC INTIRE GORDEN C. MC INTOSH JAMES M. MC LAUGHLIN 48 WE SHALL ALWAYS PRIZE. I I GARY W. MC MULLEN DARYLL G. MENG MARLENE M MIDDLESTETTER JOANNE T. MILLER SANDRA R. MILLER JAMES MOORE SUSAN A. MOORE DIANE E. MORAN RONALD M MORAN JUDITH D. MOWERY WILLIAM MRUKOWSKI JUNE E MULL CHARLES H. MECKLEY MICHAEL L. MILLER W. RICHARD MOORE JEANNETTE MOYES Senio FRANK M. MEO SHERRILL A. MILLER ROBERT L. MORAN JEAN E. MULL r activities ond index on page 164. 49 EVERY HAIR WAS IN PLACE FOR OUR ALAN L. MURPHY RONALD R. NAGY SANDRA M. NAGY L. PATRICIA NARDECCHIA FRANCIS P. NEDWICK ROBERT W. NEUMAN EVELYN L. NICHOLS JANE A. F. NICHOLS CAROL A. NORRIS HENRIETTA NORTHCUTT ERNEST NOVAK MAXINE A. OAKLER HARDIN O. OGLE CAROL A. O'GRADY GERALDINE K. ORDWAY KENNETH H. ORING PATRICIA A. ORVIS BRUCE J. OSBORN LORELEI B. OWEN PEPI A. PAPP 50 SENIOR POIITBAITS. ROBERT S. PAPP CHARLES H. PASENOW RICHARD H. PASENOW JULIA C. PATTERSON RAYMOND W. PECAUT ROSEALIE M. PEMBER TRAINKA PETROFF NANCY F. PFEIFFER DAVID B. PHILION DOUGLASS J. PHILION MICHAEL J. PIAZZA OLLA MAE PIERCE PROM COMMITTEE One of the biggest events of our senior year was arranged by John Sprenkle, Dick Lond- is, Penny Enyeart and Dennis De Marco, Co-Chairmen: Carolyn Mansfield, and Chary Gow. THE SENIOR CLASS PIAY WAS THE BOYS' DISTINCTION DAY COMMITTEE Details for the boys were arranged by Ernie Webb, Dave Huiett, Bob Starr, Chairman: Dave Janis- ko, and Jerry Becker. RICHARD C. PIERCE HARRY W. PIGMAN JEROME M. PONDY SANDRA L. PRATT SUSAN D. PRENTICE EDNA M. REAGAN MAXINE R, REESE GERALD W. REESER LOUISE REID DIANE L. RENNIE FINEST OF All. RAYMOND E. REUSSER EDWARD RHOADES MARTHA J. RIGGS KENNETH L. ROBERTS WALTER W. ROCK WILLIAM C. RORICK THOMAS M. SADDLER LINDA E. SAMPLES ROBERT A. REYNHOUT GERALD J, RICHARDS VERNON T. RISER M. SUE ROBERTS GLORIA J. ROKA LINDA E. ROTHEL MARTHA J. SALAJ JANICE L. SANDERS Senior activities and index on page I64. 53 JANET M. RIFFLE ELAINE K. ROBINSON GARY K. SABO LESLIE D. SAWYER WE DANCED All NIGHT AT THE CLASS NIGHT COMMITTEE The largest committee consist- ing of Judy Heuser, Doug Phil- ion, Jack Strauss, Dick Mc- Divitt, Co-Chairman: Gloria Roka, Lorelei Owen, Co-Choir' man: and Elaine Spike organiz- ed our memorable Class Night. DARRELL A. SAYERS GERALD E. SCHAEFER H. JAMES SCHLEGEL BARBARA E. SCHMITTGEN JUDITH A. SCHMITTGEN JAMES F. SCHNEIDER STUART H. SCHULHOF IRENE F. SEGHY BEVERLY G. SENEFF ROBERT B. SHAW NORMA J. SHEETS LAWRENCE E. SHEFFIELD 54 FESTIVE SENIOR PROM. I I I I JOAN C. SHENEFELT DONNA M. SHERMAK GARY L SIEVERT MARGARET A. SIMON SANDRA L. SLATER JOHN P SMITH ROBERT E. SMITH STEPHEN J. SMITH JERRY D SNYDER HARRY R. SORG BEVERLY S. SPIKE ANTHONY P SPRAGUE THOMAS S. SHEPHERD TERRY S. SHILLING KENNETH C. SINGER RICHARD M. SMALLWOOD RONALD M. SMITH RICHARD A. SNIEZEK KATHLEEN R. SPARKS ELAINE A. SPIKE Senior activities and index on page I64. 55 OUR HEARTS IHUMPED AS JOHN H. SPRENKLE JACK C. STANDEN RICHARD W. STANG ROBERT D. STARR EILEEN STEINBERG ANTHONY B. STELLATO SARAH L. STETSON DIANA STILES YVONNE C. STILES BARBARA G. STITH DAVID A. STOCK JACK G. STRAUSS CAROL A. STRICKLER ETHELRUTH SWART DONNA K. SWIGER GARRY H. TAFT RAYMOND N. TALARSKY SANDRA L. TARRY ELLYN M. TAYLOR SALLY A. TAYLOR COIVINIENCEIVIENT DAY DREW NEAR 57 WILLIAM H. TAYLOR LINDA A. TERRELL SANDRA L. TERRELL MARY E. THOMPSON JOY L. THURMAN MARK F. TILLMAN LOREEN A. TITE GERALD F. TOMASEK THOMAS A. TOWNE JAMES A. TUREK CARL R. TURNER EDWARD A. URSEM HOMEROOM COLLECTORS Seated in Front: Tom Shep- herd. First Row: Carolyn Huff- man, Tom Kihm, Henrietta Northcutt, Tom Zahars, Loreen Tite. Back Row: Tom Saddler, Jim Guest, Karen Crozier, Chuck Meckley, Pepi Papp, Tom Daniels, A5sent: Jean Banister. OUH IHEASURED HIGH SCHOOL DAYS NATIONAL MERIT SEMI-FINALISTS We are proud of our three semi-finalists: Dick Landis, Dove Stock, ond Marg Lautenschleger. ROBERT S. VAN SKYE SANDRA D. VARGA JON R. VEARD DENNIS S. WALKER GRACE E. WALLA MAUREEN L. WALLACE SHERRY L. WARREN JAMES W. WATT ERNEST D. WEBB RICHARD P. WEINSTEIN ARE NOW BUT FOND IVIEMORIES. I MARCIA J. WELLMAN BYRON D. WHITE WILLIARD M. WHITTEMORE JUANITA A. WILEY RICHARD A. WISSINGER PATRICIA C. WOLODZKO FRANK A. YEARLEY CAROLE J. YOUNG ROBERT T. WELLMAN FRED D. WIGGINTON SAMUEL H. WOLFE KAAREN M. YEARLEY Sen JOSEPH W. WHITE 5i',fXgfIi GERALD L. WHITNEY DEANNA WILSON JOSEPH A, WRANSKY STEVE L. YUHAS PATRICIA A. WILLIAMS PATRICIA L. WOODINGS JERRY R. YOUNG ior activities and index on page I64. 59 I OUT INTO THE WIDE WIDE WORLD If . fa TO KAY OUR CLASSMATE KAY SCHUSTER In my thoughts there remains a radiant memory Of a girl with laughing eyes and golden hair, Thoughts of her creep into my reverie As I notice her ever-vacant chair. In grade school she met the challenge "Upward and ever Onward" was our goal, So on into high school, then a Senior But alas, her life was lost, like a ship on a shoal. We miss her as the days go onward, She never failed to yield o helping hand, Her sunny smile and friendly disposition Was always ours to indulge and command. With our graduation drawing closer, Our school days are swiftly coming to an end, With each day there's a constant reminder that We have all lost o wonderful friend. -Janice Sanders SENIOR CLASS PLAY LOST HORIZON CAROL M. ZACHARIAS THOMAS ZACK JOHN G. ZAFFER THOMAS J. ZAHARS RONALD J. ZALEHA JOHN T. FLETCHER PATRICIA J. ZALESKI JAMES F. LYONS PATRICIA A. ZGODA RIDGELEY SCOTT ANOTHONY M. TOBICASH BY JAMES HILTON CAST Myra ..... ...... M arlene Middlestetter EIiZOIJefh -- --- ............. Elaine Spike VVYIOFICI .....s -.-- ......... Tony Sprague Ruthford -- ,.... ......... J erry Booth Chdrlg ...... ................ M ark Fazey Conway ....................., ,,Gary Sqbo MOIIISOI1 .--.s.-.......... -Dennis Lehman Miss Brinklow ........,..-....., Janice Berg Henry Barnard ..............,, Pete Enyeqrf Helen ............ ....,, ----- Martha Foss LO TSI-rn ......-........... .... G loria Roka High Loma .................. Dick McDivitt Toshi -----... . .............. Molly Forbes Al-Li ng ........ .... Director --- ..... ---, -----Debbie Edwards Miss Barbara Hark WE VENTURE ON OUR OWN. GLORIA ROKA Author of Class Poem SENIOR CLASS Our school is just a dot on earth, But in it we can find, The places and the things we love, That bring dear thoughts to mind. Our friends and foes, our joys and woes, They're all right here combined. From detention hall to fads in clothes, They all our mem'ries bind. But soon what's now reality, Will merely mark past time. Those strains of "Pomp and Circumstance," Will through our mem'ries chime. Out to face a growing world, Each graduate shall go, And E.H.S. has versed them well In what there is to know. No longer will we tread these halls, Nor share the merry times, But recall the colors red and white As the ladder of life we climb. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY A student who, through the development of his per- sonality, has generated a richness during his high school years is rewarded with the distinction of membership into National Honor Society. Chosen from the upper one third of the graduating class, prospective members are rated by the faculty on leadership, character, and service. Scholar- ship, the fourth qualification, is based on the students' scholastic records. Standing, Left to Right: T. Kihm, M. Lautenschleger, J Hochenedel, T. Shepherd, M. Fazey, D. Stock. Front Row: G. Sabo, C. Norris, B. Mrukowski, S. Lingenfelter, B. Carter, D. Landis, D. Kurtz, B. Kemper, J. Jones. Second Row: P. Enyeart, D. Burill, P. Bodmann, P. Bell, L. Anthony L. Tite, S. Terrell, J. Strauss. Third Row: J. McGhee M. Lenhard, S. Lees, J. Innes, B. Howell, M. Hanson, M. Foss. Fourth Row: P. Woodings, J. Wiley, M. Thompson, J. Schmittgen, B. Schmittgen, B. Rorick, K. Oring. Fifth Row: D. Currie, C. Gow, J. Larrick, J. Jarock, B. Brekel- baum, K. Carman, J. Berg, M. Bembower. 1 1 JUNIOBS Junior class officers, Jim Kurtz, President: Linda Roberts Treasurer: Joan Shilling, Vice President: Miss Moats, Ad- visor: and Marian Stephan, Secretary, discuss the organiza- tion of the ring committee. Rosalie Abahazi J.-Q. Pat Adair if Mary Allgood fn Don Allen , Thurman Anderson K Janet Anthony Carol Ardman Jerry Arndt Gary Arnett David Bader James Balint Kim Ballas Peggy Ballas Carole Banik Molly Barndollar Connie Bartlebaugh Dolores Bartos David Bastik Nancy Bastik Betty Bastik Richard Bates Judy Bauer Susan Baum Don Beal Bob Bechtel Richard Beeson Caroline Benton Tom Benton Barbara Billmon Caroline Binggeli Judy Bishop Jerry Blauvelt Judy Bodner Carole Bogart Dora Boone 62 X CLASS 0F 1960 Ronald Darby John Davies Jay Davis Lee Davis Sam Davis Bill Dawson Kent Dawscn Janet DeFazio Don DiDomenico Dave Disbrow George Dodsley Joan Droginich Joseph Drake Susan Dudley Sharon Dupler Jim Dyer Dave Eager Ron Eddy Kay Eisaman Fred Eldridge Jim Ely 63 Marjorie Booth Cullen Bowen Barbara Boyd Douglas Brewer Gary Bridgett Frances Britton Carolyn Brown Harry Brown Dick Brenneman Nancy Briton Larry Burgess Bob Burill Lindo Bursley David Bush Larrie Butler George Capp Steven Corin Bill Carr Bill Carter Dawn Cartwright Gail Cashner Hedy Cassady Bill Caughlin David Chambers Lynda Chambers Suzanne Chambers Marian Cheesman Gordon Chipukites Beverly Christensen Jay Cobb Dreama Cook Charles Cooke Sheila Cooper Carolyn Cope Allen Crandall Kenneth Croskey Dan Cross Jackie Crowell Penny Crum Linda Cunningham Don Cutshall Donna Dancisko I qwvygfv sg 5 'k,. , A X ,, - David Garrett U Bob Gasper A Bill Gast ' David Gerbick Ron Getty Gloria Gimben Roy Gingery Anna Glass Eddie Glass Sandra Goldsmith William Grant Rosemary Greco Judy Green Ben Greer James Grobe Jane Guignette Barb Gunderson Dorothy Gymoti Judy Hales Jarrette Hales Sharon Hales Pat Haley Gary Hamilton Bob Hammer Karen Hancock Gary Handley Jerry Haney Sandra Harbert JUNIORS his 15, 4 Bill Harding -- Arlene Harris - H Dave Hartley - E in Ray Hartman ' Phil Hasting X Ag? Marlene Hauer li. 4- Wallace Hazelton K My Lorna Heath Virginia Heidlberg ' , . tfif Sharon Henning '-uw Larry Hiaainbotham . ' f f l ' Terry Hiaains , , ' J ' -- Leonard Hill if ' V W Paul Hill ' " i 'L x J K: ,.Ak ,N-J. t 1 .1 X 64 k'Q'..f' Robert Emslie Kathy Enczi John Enyedy Ellen Esler George Estmond Anne Everhart Bill Fauver Barbara Felty Charlotte Figula Alfred Fitch Robert Fitch Jerry Flint Bill Fouss Larry Fosselius John Fox Barbara Francis Jane Frankfather Ron Frankiewicz Eddie Gagen Ken Garbash Dolores Gargus is X A S X t If R X l W ie 4.-1 ws ii' 'N Gordon Koepp Larry Koepp Jim Kokai John Kokai Roy Korzan Sharon Kosco Karen Krieg Dorothy Krueck Jim Kurtz Debbie Kuss Daniel Lake Barbara Lanaghan Margaret Lance Beverly Lawson Robert Leboda Barbara Lee Zelda Legg Steve Lengel Carol Lessin Janet Lichty Betty Locher CLASS OF l96O 65 x Tom Hines Dick Hodge Douglas Hodge Ann Hoffman Donna Holzhauer Richard Honoshofsky Phillip Horn Bill Horvath Janice Houpt Tom Householder Carol Huston Don lgnatz Barbara Jackson Eddie Jalowiec Judy Jalowiec Camille Jezewski David Johnson Jimmy Johnson Judy Johnson Biff Jones Jim Jones Wayne Jones William Koatz Bob Kailes Peggie Karbowniczek Sid Keith John Keller Barbara Kelley Phil Kelly Sharon Kelner Mary Kenny Joan Kime Connie Kindig Sheree King Janetta Kirkhart Judy Kline Wayne Klingshirn Fred Knepper Kay Knepper George Knipper Sandy Koch Judy Kochis Dan Messaros David Metzqer Alan Meyers Jim Michael Dennis Mika Alexandra Miko Janice Miller Karen Miller Kathleen Miller Jo-Ann Milner Georqe Miraben Bill Mitchell Doris Mitchell Ted Mohney Bobbie Moody Marline Moody Dotti Moore Gary Moore Jennie Moore Judv Moore Kathy Moore Judy Moos Linda Moran Connie Morgan Suzanne Morris John Mory Alice Moss Sue Munholl Gail Murohy Hilton Murray Marqaret Myers Clyde Nary Gary Neal Rosalie Nemes Rosemary Nemeth Barbara Nickel Florence Nieding Marlene Northeim Sylvia Noster Bill Novak Jim Oates Dave O'Dowd JUNIOBS . mum E, L s f 5- X .YB H1 f -if age- ' - i ff. 35? -M23 its K, 1 -' HY' J 4 kit. Patti Loeb Judy Long Sandy Long Norman Lundberg Tim Lutz Mary Lee Lynn Janice Madara Bill Madden Judy Mahar Karen Maher Ed Manuel Tom Martin Betty Mason Tom McCain I H f I . " fr.- ini! Bonnie McDivitt Mary McDowell Steven Mclntire Jim McLaughlin Susan McPae Patricia Meredith Harlan Mertz S 66 'fa -3 . 1' J X gk t 1 't ,K .. 1 X " .si fx I' uf is wi ,S i Q DEH .I J s--.95 .. A Q' S P KT 1 t A 6 gk Marsha Rudy Ron Russell Allan Sabo Dian Sadler Jerry Salata Judy Salisbury Gayle Salladay Lynn Sandrock Susan Sapp Dennis Savage John Schneider Ron Schnur Lois Schoditsch Dale Schroeder Judith Schroeder Dennis Schultz Neal Schultz Clark Scott Don Scott Walter Scott Carol Seabold .s 5 CLASS 0F l96O ' fi 7. E 5 Q49 3' E AEE we-SA ' , 5 . 3 E A .. . I y s .,c. y X 'ii t X N R . if , f. it Y G isli. , J gf , ,Nww . 5 J -W Br we 'ff' ...,,. ' Q H, 67 Fr ,e-Si L, 2 Paul Orndorff Nancy Orr Ronald Ott Walter Owens Jon Pankoff Reanette Papenbrock Sharon Popp Eileen Pearce Art Pecaut Butch Perkins Bob Pesti Don Peters Dona Petersen June Pfeiffer Richard Pierce Torn Pigman Tom Pluta Ritchie Poad Gary Powell David Priebe Dave Rankin Charles Redington Mary Lou Redman John Reed Larry Reid Dolores Reindl Richard Remshak Don Renkel David Reynolds Larry Reynolds Karen Rhodehamel Chester Richardson Emmett Rider Bob Rieth John Roberts Linda Roberts Donna Roig Sandra Root Jo Rose Ken Rosenbaum Garry Ross Dick Rounds K if , 'it ' sw ' 6 JUNIORS 9 John Seymore Errolyn Shackett Sue Shannon Lulu Shaw Lynda Sheen Roy Sheets Eddie Shepherd Helen Shepherd Joan Shilling Penny Shingleton Joan Shoemaker Richard Shreve Larry Shrubsole Pat Siffert Dave Simmons Sandra Simmons David Sioos Tom Skeels Dale Skelly Sara Smith John Snoble Ronald Sooy Jeannine Soarks Kay Spaulding Neil Spaulding Barbara Sorester Larry Stark Jeff Staskiews Mike Steaman l fx f Kathie Szabo Peggy Szabo Joe Szakal Andy Szaniszlo Judv Talarsky Nicky Tandoo Jean Taylor Melvin Taylor Fave Turner Roaer Uehlein Pam Vandemark Joe Vargo Danny Varqo Barbara Ann Vash Loretta Veard Mariorie Veres David Waaner Robert Waaner Georgia Walker Kenneth Walker Mildred Wallace J 4' V 3 all --is - Joni Steller jr l g Marian Stephan ' ,W ,X Scandra Stevens V 1 V W ary Stone l'll Gayle Stone qqmig L Priscilla Short i' e L SUS Stvvke i- ' : -.l ,i-' I Marian Strickler 1- Q .. , Mi Q1 7 Me! i xxlitfel Y 68 Lana Stump Tom Sudro Bob Suhr . .. Mike Swan .. .ef Marylee Sweet ..-f , ..,.. 4' 5 WFS: CLASS OF l96O xxil 1 Dennis Yearley Mel Yeick Robert Young Tom Young Walt Younkin Betty Ann Younkvitch Ralph Zaletel Sally Zaorski Mary Ann Zvosec Noreen Zvosechz Jeanne Norris Joyce Oates Betty Jean Burnett John Fisher r Jim Wamsley Dennis Wash Alan Wehman Sandy Weiss Dick Welch Tom Welch Ken Wells Colleen Westcott Betty White Ray White George Whittemore Carol Wiech Karen Will Nancy Williams Sandy Willis Pat Wirth Wendell Woods John Wynn Robert Wysocki Judy Wyszynski Shari Yeager .. ., ip! '- - 't " .mea " F311 Tom Spanos is having a chest X-Ray taken as did all his fellow junior class members while the mobile unit was visiting E.H.S. 69 SOPHOMOBES By their sophomore year, EHS students realize the importance of a good education in this modern world. Here they are shown diligently studying their lessons. cl Norma Abookire Barbara Ainsley Evelyn Alexander Peggy Alley Ted Altfeld Audrey Anderson Jimmy Andress Jeanette Andrews Marion Andrick John Antonczak Dianne Armstrong Carole Ashbaugh Alice Axx Jim Bailor Beverly Baird Brenda Baisden Linda Baisden Dick Ball Bob Banville Dave Barnes Robert Barnes Molly Barr Robert Barres Don Bauer Bill Baughman Elton Becker Jackie Bennett Judy Bennett William Benton Linda Best Allan Biltz Gary Biltz Dick Bodmann Peggy Booth Beverly Boyd 70 CLASS OF l96l gl xg if 233' m K Q Larry Cooas Marilyn Cotton Sandro Cottrell Dick Coven Raymond Cox Charles Crawford Connie Crombie Dee Crowther Dick Crozier Elaine Crozier Judy Crozier Gary Csincsak Dottie Cummons Judy Curtis Bob Dangerfield Dan Davies Edward Davis Judy Davis Verna Davis Irene Dean Dick DeFazio -- A--,,, ,.:,,- .,,: 71 Richard Brady John Brainard Martha Braun Harold Briggs Dan Bristow Dave Brown Linda Brown Wilma Brown Stan Bruce Donald Buchannon Jim Brumenschenkel Barbara Bukowski Michael Bunyard Valorie Burkhard Carol Ann Burns Carolyn Burrell Linda Buterbaugh Barbara Butti Ed Buttle Shirley Byrd John Byrne Allon Cady Judy Cammarn Ann Cantwell John Capers Gary Carrothers David Carter Paul Carter Vicki Cate Rondall Cather William Chenoweth Connie Chipukites Tom Christian Ted Chucko Greg Cluley Kathy Cluley Dick Coates Ralph Conley, Jr. Dean Conrad Melanie Cook Bill Cooper SOPHOMOBES if ' 'ffl' Y, l . 5 XM. - lx EX Roy Ellinasworth Sandy Elliott Jane Ellis Tom Elrick Robert Ely Roberta Elze Y Maxyne Eschke Marcella Evans Bob Ewing James Farkas Helen Feher Steve Fenik Ed Fenwick Richard Ferry Roberta Ferry Beverly Fielder Joyce Fields George Figulo Charles Firestone Barry Fisher Freda Fisher James Fisher Martin Fisher Gary Fleming Tim Flood Patsv Flowers Roy Fluker Sue Flynn Grace Fogle Eleanor Fortune Terrv Fawkes Dallas France Melva Frederick Denise Gainer June Gallaro Dick Gallo Jim Garbash Judy Garrard Sophie Garwolinski Judv Gary William Gehring Carol Gembka if QE. R Q' if s lXll Karen DeFazio Carl DeMaria Eileen Derochie Beverly Desterman Mary Detillio Jerry Doon Beth Donahue Chuck Dowling Jack Drage Dick Dumke Gail Dumke Ped Dunfee Paul Dunford Bonnie Durham Audrey Earley Sametta Earley Gracie Eary Bonita Eddy George Eddy David Edwards Kathy Ellingsworth C Q? SE? 72 s CLASS OF l96l Kent Hibben Ed Higgins Harrison Hildreth Diane Hill Reqenia Hill Shirley Hill Harry Hinchliffe Jeanne Hoffman Dirk Holliday Bob Hollis Dick Holzhauer Bob Honoshofsky Nancy Hornbeck Kathy Horvath Ron Horvath Barbara Horwitz Virginia House Nancy Householder Elise Hovekamp Jim Howell Eric Huber Donald George Margo Gerhardinger Alex Gildzen Mabel Gill Connie Gochenour Bruce Goldstein Linda Gomez Vida Goooelt Jane Gottfried John Green Mary Priscilla Greene Luanna Greenholtz Karen Gregg Larry Grimm Jackie Gutowski Karen Haag Tyna Haag Penny Haefele Jerry Haff Morv Hagins Bill Hall Frank Hall Kay Harnister Marcia Hancock Bill Hannaford Bonnie Hans Dave Hanson Dennis Harcula Carol Hartley 73 Howard Haskins Steve Hasko Bernard Hatcher Tim Haury Joe Hayhurst Roy Hayhurst Jackie Heathcote Gary Hecht Sarah Heinzerling Bill Helfrich Mariorie Henrlerson Wayne Hendrix Sally Hewitt e- ,, if X l N tx .T V f-Lf 625' K Lee Kearse Arthur Kelley Harold Kelley Diane Kellogg Kay Kelly Richard Kelly Bill Kemper Delbert Kershaw Gertrude Kettel Lewis Kilzer Leigh Kindle Kathie King Jerry Kiser Tom Kiser Shirley Klein Pam Knuff Wanda Koepp Joyce Komko Mary Konkel Bill Kopis Nancy Kovach Dale Kratchen Sandra Krausher Kent Kring Barbara Kristoff Roger Krugman Sharon Krugman Harriett Kulzynski Patricia Laganier Gloria Lance Dennis Lander Nick Landis Carol Langston Bob Lappi Dan Larkin John Lautenschleger Jim Lawrence Billie Lawson Yuvonne Lawson Ted Leczo Jerry Lee Iris Lescher 4 X ll? Q wil he 7 ll g li 7 his '11 2-l 4 tl ix J SOPHOMOBES , 4 -.l. - -:,i:,-. , 1- f fi 'll' x X 5: .,.. , l ., , tif it 'Q , 555 352 Q-- 2 lf i ,ts A A Linda Huffman L Q qw, , Bill Huiett I.. i X Susan Hultz Russell Hunkley Ronald Huntley 'N - fix Richard Hutchings Bi ii K Jack Infield L . ,-.. H: .,,+,- X Carol lnnes Lee Johnson ' James Johnson Carolyn Johnston Q Y Earl Jolley l Alfred Jones K ilk'-'ilk 4552" Larry Jones 2 . . -.fs 11 ' A P955 Ronald Jones Rose Jones - q Jack Kaiser "'f X Jim Kakos iifl Q Gary Kalapos Fifa ""- Q David Kane sy , ,tgvz Terry Kayden ,oro '- J Q.: J' 3 J if '.,,... if llz. i :ll Q5 rrl' sag .1 it . R t t Q .. W' " , as . 'f li- J 2, n f ' 'iq L. V' Ui , A fi 1. M- i . , sw fi: , S522 -F . , ,, Q L :1f,gf5,, T t Y R' . i ...rw .. get W , - - 12 wwf Xe fs- , M ,N , L 1 v , CLASS GF l96l If fi, " "H- L -z,, wg H . t fl .H be KE .. as at L 'i hell if SHP -'ic it- ! , Barbara Leslie Chuck Lewicki Dick Lumadue Chuck Lowery Ed Lotus Susie Loose Loretta Looney Jim Looney Carolyn Lingenfelter Carol Licking Fred Lewis David Machock Nancy Madok Daniel Mahl Marie Mancuso Alan Mandeville Bob Marsh Robert Martin Tom Martin Bill Massey Alvis Matthews Jeff Maurer Roy Maxwell Shirely McCabe Michele McCray Daniel McGhee Fred McGuire Jim Mclntire Gayle Mclntosh Connie McKay Marie McKay Bonnie McRae Jim Meckley Albert Melton Caroline Merrill Jerry Mertz Sue Meschke Charlene Messaros Myra Messaros Naomi Messer Rita Mihalis Dennis Miller Judy Miller Sandra Miller Joy Mills Harold Mischka Peggy Moehle Fred Mollenkopf Mike Monk Betty Moody Oscar Morris Bob Moss Nick Mowery Patricia Mull Leonard Muro Phyllis Murphy Milly Murrell Dorothy Myers William Naegele Pete Nardecchia Carol Nerneth Kirk Nevins Agnes Nichols wi QQ' - -X i .,..L W be - ',.2fxs.v -6521 M-- xf slylill f if .. Qi Si l o il lit 3 75 VS i fa' W 1 , .1 . . 4,4 X'1l:f X - v in nl ei! f 'f t Q. Q , X N 3 U4 1 l 3 ll W' S SOPHGMORES QQ 5 l 1 M Marsha Nickoli John Nicolson Gary Nieding Gene Nieding Mary Nielsen Nora Norris Paul Norris Kay Narthcutt Shirley Novak David O'Connar Ellen Oebker Bill Ogle Betty Oswalt Judy Ott William Often Ken Owens Ronald Painter Sharon Page Sandee Palm Ronald Pand Julia Papai Y Denise Papp Sally Papp Nick Pappas -, Jack Parks V 9 Jack Patton 1 Sally Perkins 1 5 Lois Peterson Carol Petras Lilly Petroff y I Earl Pitcock ' ' ' Gwen Pitts Dean Poling C. Cecelia Pleska Gene Poor 6' Q? fi all , 'Q K .41 3 Laird Prentice ' Dick Prochazka ' V Robert Provoznik If V Geraldine Pruitt X -z Bob Puder " Z Jackie Purcell Dennis Pycraft Dennis Oueen Linda Rafter Ron Reams " Randy Redington j Judith Reynolds ' N LeRoy Reynolds ' Bob Rhoades -' X Gary Rish Kay Robbins Jack Robertson Mary Robinson Dennis Radachy Joe Rodgers Dianne Roe Sheila Roe Bill Rowell Jill Ruby Bill Ruhl Douglas Rust Donald Rutledge "4" Patrick Ryan M is v fi- iw c,i Q 4 .df dia-1 ge .lt .fbi K we - .121i3f?x ,J ,l Q- si -i 3 ,fl , if Xi: sX.l N Y " if K-nr: K ul 7? E il . ij H 'six as 1 S 'Q Z r tx H X 'F' 1 1' 4954 Bill Speidel Karen Speigle Diane Speroff Cary Squires J' Q Dale Standen xg-S Barbara Starr Eleanor Stiles 'M' Judy Stith Linda Stratt Bob Strauss Jean Strickler Ted Struck Gary Sutorius Wesley Swain Nancy Swan Charmaine Szanyi Bob Takacs Helen Talarsky Shirley Tatum Dale Taylor James Taylor CLASS OF l96l M, ,Zigi-f'fl' ,e .- K Yi, r 'sur 31 J J .fy4y:' QA ,Z H y X U 77 1 -..' Ted Sabo It q'A Don St. Peter '- alrz J Kaaren Sand ' , Judy Scarbrough ,395 1 5 HF' C x G Delmer Schafer Joyce Schafer Robert Schildt Susan Schilling Lynn Schmittgen Margaret Schneider Richard Schneider Diana Schoen Diane Scholle Jane Schuster Bobbie Sue Scott Jerry Scott Joyce Scott Sharon Sears Helen Seitter Sharon Shakett Bob Shank Sally Sheen William Shepard Tom Shewell Eddie Shields Lester Shreve Joel Shupp Kathleen Siffert Ronald Simon Donna Smith Jerry Smith Joe Smith John Smith John W. Smith Kathy Smith Ken Smith Pete Smith Roy Smith Sharon Smith at Charles Sooy -fr Carol Sparks Patricia Sparr it K ima Q' , , 1 x i g Ii 1 5, an i 3 il 3 -Q qw at . .ZZ i ef J Y N N ' X, Q, Q 5 X "if -9? x X .X -' ti X , , w Linda Vanover Marilyn Van Valkenburg Pete Varga Randy Varga Richard Varndell Felicia Vavzincak Karen Vietzen Robert Vincent Rosella Vincent Rally Volk Linda Wagner Dan Walend Dick Walker Sidney Walker Willie Walker Steve Walters Dorothy Warden Ben Washington Gayle Wasserman Shirley Weinstein Mat Weisman Judy Welch Beverly Wellman Gary Wells Diane Wence Gary Whitacre Eddie White Larry Whitman Denton Whitmore Paul Whitman Ted Weiseke Gail Wilcox Jeanne Wiley Ken Willets Caroline William Sandy Williams Viola Williams Willie Williams Janine Wilson Kay Winters Margaret Wirth Vivian Wirth S SOPHOMORES ,,,. Y. W Tim Ternes if L , S John Thomas Q J i Q., MacArthur Thomas - b 4 - V7 Sherrill Thomas ' S- Barbara Thompson ' ' , Joe Thompson v Karen Thompson me Dave Thomson r Barbara Thurman - A' 4' V355 Norm Tilberg f Q 'V-34. A 'gif' - My Norman Tite , ' J f Garole Tobicash 5 if ,N V K' Patti Towell i' L 'x Archie Townsend ' ill Sqn' n.: i J fi S S S Bill Triplett i Dave True - A X , Arthur Turek 'J t y 1 at Patty Turner L ' fe-We Tom Vance A g - Bob vanek 'L 1 " Mary Van Horn we Q 1 x I , ' S i lx i X is X W at T iri- f - . , Y .'i 'iii it s J if E. - 'Z Q VJ 1"""N 4 . i get 78 ,, X ik' , z , 3 at 'Sf SQQ7' f r a, V9- . , of .K ' , "' if ' . CLASS OF l96l Jean Wolfe Ron Wood Jonathan Woodings Ethelia Woods Linda Worcester Bob Wransky Jeanette Wransky Carolyn Wycoff Ronnie Wycosky Richard Young Wandra Young Tom Zaffer Edwin Zak Robert Zeller Gene Zimmerman Pat Zvosec Sondra Zvmny Sharon Bush Justin Underwood Ba rba ra Zgoda ,,,,: ' r Z 2 Latin Club members enjoy themselves at their picnic initiation at Cascade Park. EHS students examine the books which were displayed in the library during Book Week. FRESHMEN l 2 l l l Miss Kemble discusses the curriculum with several fresh- men. The deans help the newest members of the student body solve problems and adjust to their busy, school life. Pam Abahazi Bob Adams Jack Adams David Aldrich Steve Allen Clair Altheide Sam Araca Perry Arenz Bill Ashbaugh Jack Attkisson Stan Austin Jane Baber Ginger Bailosky Kenneth Baker Tom Baker Marianne Baldwin Kay Bara Richard Barrett Robert Bastik Janie Baumhardt Beverly Beal Cathie Beal Linda Bechtel Charlotte Becker Susan Beckett Phillip Bentz Bonni Best Dan Bieske Judy Billman Kenneth Blaine Harry Blake Sheryl Blank Cylde Bodiford Dorothy Bohannon Don Bolger 80 CLASS OF i962 an ii i R. it so N SM J Q 'P .Q yr' 'QM Kenneth Choma Wayne Church David Clapper Bob Clark Judith Clark Craig Coleman Dave Combs Ruby Combs Reid Conway George Cook Tim Cooke Bob Court Caren Crawford Sharon Crisp Pat Critalli Tom Crozier Carl Curtis Carol Curtis Bob Cusick Peter D'Agostino Bob Dany Hi X Q ,WC 3 gl Revise' . v r yi 'x' '- ' Wills X i5"fkiQh5 l in Sandra Bosley Lydia Botos Freddie Bowen Cheryl Bowser Glenda Boyle Sharon Braund Bob Breckenridge Ricky Brekelbaum Jack Brenneman Bill Bristow Leroy Brooks Chris Brown David Brown Jerry Brown Richard Brown Sandy Brown Bonnie Bruce Mary Bruce Sandy Bruce Richard Buga Roderick Bukoff Art Bukowski Sandy Bullock Clay Burkhard Ron Burnett Dave Burns Gerald Burrer Jeff Buswell Carl Butcher Ronald Camarillo Cheryl Camp John Campbell Mary Campbell Joe Capp Barbara Carin Bonnie Carruthers Judy Carter Linda Carter Sandy Cathey Gary Cebula Ernastine Cheatam Don Cheney E' FRESHMEN ir" I Doug Dangerfield George Dejarnett Carol DeMarco Kenneth Demos Alvin Dempsey Richard Denger Michael Denman Kenny Dick Melanie Dickie Janet Diewald Jill Dillman Wayne Dixon Terry Doan Dusty DuPerow Eddie Dyer Sally Dyke Jacqueline Earley Carmen Edmonds Karen Emlich William Eranich Ann Eschke Carol Eskins Jim Evans Ferenc Farkas Marsha Featherstone Dick Fell Gerald Ferancy Tom Ferrin Ruth Fields Jess Figula Phyllis Fikes Judy Findling Robert Fisher Clifford Fitzwater Lenny Flood Shirleyann Floyd Danny Fly Larry Folley Sharon Folley Judy Fortin Fred Foss Tom Fosselius Judy Fawkes Douglas Fox Paul Frederick Sharon Freeman Kathy Gall Tony Gallardo Maurice Gardner Patrick Garn Joe Gentile Bill Getty Charles Giede Kathy Gienke Robert Gillespie Betty Gingery Nancy Gnizak Sandra Gochenour Mary Ann Goodman Richard Goppelt Larry Gould Don Graham Bennett Greenha ltz V . ,k.. -z z et K ,. .Q il, T X K .x X .X ,, -ks gm. E 82 ' fill XX f H-K" , K V. ' X 'N Jesse Henry Donald Higginbotham Gene Higgins Harry Hill Larry Hill Janet Hodge Wayne Hogan Don Hohman Jackie Hoiensahl Tom Holliday Linda Homoki William Homitz Albert Hoover Alice Hornbeck Judy Horrocks James Horvath Julia Howard Gary Howell Susan Hubbard Larry Hubbell Ralph Huffman Bob Hughes Norman Hughes Linda Hummrich Peggy Huston John Hyer George Innes Marilyn Jabs Bill Jackson Delphinia Jackson Gloria Jackson Harry Jackson Shirley Jacobs Susan Jalowiec Sharon Jaffe Richard Jefferys Barbara Johnson Janice Johnson Ronnie Jolley Diane Jones Sharon Jones Sue Jones CLASS OF l962 if .ii Dona Greenwald Charles Greer Marvann Griffiths Dolores Gruber Karen Gruen Marianne Guignette Jackie Hallett Bob Hambley Pat Hammer Vernon Handyside Lynn Harding Jerry Harmon Pat Harrell Kathy Harrington William Haswell Lenora Hawkins Steve Hays Ron Haywood Danny Heidlberg Gerald Henderson Judy Henderson JK l J if E 2 83 FRESHMEN get 'c Rib if D Hi l as fu YU? J R' is Q ' ix N, Y 5 t t fi liw s Susan Jones William Jones Willy Jones Leonard Jordan Patricia Kadas Tom Kaiser Joe Kala Janet Kasubinski Nancy Kaye Sharon Kelley Duane Kellogg Karen Kemery James Kettel Evelyn Kirkhart Pat Kirkpatrick Don Kiser David Kistner Shirley Knepper Nancy Koepp James Kolb Nicholas Kontos Walter Krone Hazel Krueger Janet Krugman Janet Kuss Joe Lacey Sue LaDow Butch Lanaghan Jack MacPherson Ken Magel Thomas Maiden JoAnn Maple Jim Marzavas Tom Mason David McAvena Janice McCain Susan McDonald Bob McGhee Ora McGhee Ruth McHenry David Mclntire Rosie McKinney Ruby McNeal Bob Mennell Bill Meyer Carolyn Meyer Marcia Meyer Marilyn Meyer Sue Meyers Li5?!lfv A 3 5726-1 Q-Y' 24's A Q'-'t .- ,P-4 X. e ., Q- 4 f. . Q ' .J gh 1, at ,,. ..:, Q ,.2i.' kd Q4 ,559 x To 'xx 84 nv x Linda Lanaghan Gary Lander Michael Leininger Walter Leininger Michele Lewis Verna Liebhardt Lenny Lisewsky Devonia Little David Livingstone John Looney Margaret Love Edith Lowery Larry Luther Penny Lutz 'IZ as 'H its CLASS OF i962 es we -2 'F' c f KX im ,, N, iiE . S J . Karen Nelson Kathie Nelson Marie Nicholson Nancy Nieding Dick Nielson Barbara Noster Robert Novak Joan Olenick Sally Orr Nikki Orvis Sharon Ott John Pachuta Walter Pack David Pallas Pauline Pappas Don Papuga Helen Paonessa Larry Parker Marilyn Pasadyn Sharon Pauly Joyce Pavlich Donna Perkins Beverly Peterman James Piatt Dorothy Jean Pitts James Price Lyal Pritt Bill Prochazka Janie Provoznik Dale Prunty Judy Rader Ben Rosado Donald Ray Gary Reedy Sylvia Reeser Jolynn Refenning Jean Reidinger A L W-4 S re lt xl J 'I r ix l X Marilyn Meyne Bill P. Miller Bill R, Miller Sterling Miller Thomas Miller Gordon Mills Larry Mohrman Patricia Moore Michelle Morey Donna Morris June Mowry Bob Murphy Wilson Murray Pat Myers Pam Myers David Nagy Charlene Nary Bob Nash Ray Nedwick Carol Neighbour Henry Nelson 2 'J-4 K En i 1 RD' 5- ix X l' i. Frlfl Reuter ,. - K' N, ' t , '." Z . ' xl Joyce Reynhout g gif il ., N . ,," 5 2 ..i::.. i Richard Richards Q Q 2 - in ' fi f . a t lllu u . Billielynn Reich Q, B S J r .- " John Riefh ft ' f N J I Y 2 e : IL- t ,L W' , rf' .X - Q , . s o S J ' i 1... , ' as S , V J fiiiilti S Q2 'T L' in .Mi ' I S 85 M llmxx if .VST K- 55 my I 6 4. ia! .sh ' Dave Sieker Tom Seigmund Wayne Sievert Bill Simon Richard Simmons Kenneth Sito Judy Slack Rick Slack Donna Slogic Sandy Slosier Faith Smallwood Carol Smith Claudia Smith Dave Smith Roger Smith Ronald Smith Sandra Smith Vincent Smith Virginia Smith LeAnna Snyder Leora Souslin Linda Rieth Camden Rigg Ed Riley Dick Roberts Roy Roberts Selma Roberts Virginia Rock Charles Robinson Karen Robinson Patricia Robinson Kathy Rogers Linda Rogers Dawn Roig Clyde Rosenbaum Marylee Rowen Leslie Rubin Darlene Ruhl Patti Ryan Stephen Sabolich Freddie Sams Eddie Sand Carol Sanders Neil Sandrock Marianne Sapp Robert Sarver Don Schaffer Jane Schmittgen Sandra Schmittgen Dawn Schnur Don Schriner Pat Sears Tam Sears Catherine Serozi Margaret Shanks Lenord Sharp Carolyn Shaw John Shaw Joyce Shores Loyce Shores Margaret Shreve Melva Shreve Guy Shreves CLASS OF i962 Donna Thompson Jim Thompson Bill Thomson Pearline Thrash Rachel Thrasher Dean Tilberg Virginia Tillman Millicent Towner James Townsend Roy Townsend Bill Trago Denis Traver George Truskowski Harry Turner Gloria Ulmer Larry Llnklesby A Carol Updike 'Q fu' Jim Vance Wayne VanOster Agnes Vargha Fred Vorhis Diane Walker Barbara Wallhead Jack Walls Linda Ward Daniel Warner Johnny Wash Molly Washka Dorothy Wasuk Marqe Watson Willie Watters Janice Welker Ernie Werner Linda Westlake Judy White Sandra White Emma Whitfield Patrisia Whitman Rita Wilkens David Williams Dianna Williams Larry Williams Dennis Spieker Ron Sprankle Norma Sumpter Polly Swain Sharon Stammitti Linda Starkey Bruce Staskiews Terry Steadman Judy Stone Myrtle Stone Gilbert Strickler Sally Strickler Jim Strohsack Dick Takacs Marty Tamm Judy Tarry Linda Tarry Gloria Taylor Jacquelyn Taylor Sandra Taylor Eileen Terry N3 t if s' ' fa 3 87 FRESHMEN ii C is A 44 5 if A .t J A Q , i S s 3 'rw l is Ruth Williams Tom Williams Kenneth Willis Darlene Willoughby Lois Wilson Raymond Wilson Joe Wircenske Sharon Witherspoon Bill Wolfe Joe Wolfe Donna Wolff George Woodcock Melvin Woolfork Kahren Wynn John Wysocki Judy Yearley Jackie Yost Dan Zack Dave Zack Joanne Zak Pat Zoletel John Began Margie Burns Willie Burns Richard Campbell Dolpha Fenn Gillis Hensley Don Nash Ron Nash Patricia Taylor Rachel Webb Henry Williams Charles Wilson Tom Walls Sharon Abanazi Mary Ann Allen Rolphe Green Marvin Jewell Marilee Scott The EHS gym was transposed into a photgrapher's studio for the taking of underclass miniature pictures. 88 ROYALTY REIGNS DURING HOMECONIING. QUEEN sus nossirrs The gala homecoming week-end activities are launched at a tense Friday morning assembly at which the queen and her court are announced. An air of excitement is felt through- out the day. ln the evening during the half time of the thrilling football game, the court is escorted onto the field and the queen is crowned in a royal fashion by her predecessor. Dance music and fun abound at the royal ball held Saturday evening. Homecoming week-end, sponsored by the student council, is one of the highlights of the school calendar. THE HOMECOMING COURT Front Row: Mark Fazey, Steve Hays, Gary Sabo, 1957 Princess Barbara Brekelbaum, Queen Sue Roberts, Junior Homecoming Queen Sue Schowalter, Jim Kurtz, Bill Bough- Princess Linda Roberts, Sophomore Princess Norma Abookire man. Second Row: Freshman Princess Sandy Slosier, Sen- IOl'. S , ' Q C?-Q ' L 1, 'fffggggfimyw W f fkiweiyse .M 5 Kygkk fi YQ, . ,An 4 4 t. N as AND OUR SCHOOL AT PLAY "All work and no play make Jack a dull boy." This certainly can't be said about our town and our school with all the activities and programs we have to enjoy. Working with others at something we like doing provides a chance for self-expression and relaxation. lt may be fun and fellowship found in a group, or an inspiring drama or a stimulating speaker that will enrich our lives. Whichever it is, our town and our school strive to provide it. MONITORS As ambassadors of good will, the monitors guide visit- ors to E.H S. Stationed at positions throughout the buildin - Q, they also check the passes of students leaving school. Front Row: M. Hancock, D. Hill, C. A. O'Grady, S. Sabo, N Boldrnan A Everhart T Mahone M Hunt N Horn ' . I - 1 - yr ' I ' ' beck, S. Heifvitt. Second Row: D. Edwards, J. Hancock, E. Ehrman, D. Gymoti, A. Miko, K. Ballas, P. Short, J. Wyszyn- ski, D. Peters, J. Shupp, J. Bodnar. Third Row: C. Cheney, S. Terrell, L. Tite, J. Innes, J. Bishop, N. Williams, P. Wirth, A. Gildzen, T. Altfeld, J. McLaughlin, B. Billman. Fourth Row: M. Oakler, C. Johnston, C. Petras, B. Kristoff, M. Snyder, J. Ellis, B. Lawson, L. Owen, B. Spike, T. Queen, D Brewer, L. Looney. Fifth Row: J. Sprenkle, B. Rorick, L. Sheffield, R. Reusser, T. Saddler, B. Hays, D. Philion, J. Becker, D. Mitchell, H. Northcutt, D. Cartwright. Sixth Row: B. Wransky, K. Gotro, P. Bell, E. Reagan, A. Moss, C. Ard- man, S. Weiss, K. Hancock, D. Kuss, G. Crawford, M. Barr. Absent: C. King, T. Lutz, D.Landis, J. Shenefeldt, S. Smith, K. Knepper, S. Schulhof, K. Gaines, B. Vash, S. Dudley, E. Spike, K. Enczi, D. Burrill, C. Young, P. Papp, J. Turek, P Simon, C. Boreske, L. Terrell, B. Drake, D. Prochozka, J Pondy. OFFICE WORKERS The office workers find great satisfaction in making the load of the school secretaries a little light- er. They aid by delivering call slips, alphabetizing cards, collect- ing absence slips, and running errands. Front Row: J. Crowell, J. Wilson B. Baird, N. Bastik, A. Cantwell. Second Row: S. Jaloweic, G. Wil- cox, A. Axx, S. Jacobs, S. Hales. Third Row: D. Carter, N. Swan S. Sabo, Mrs. Simon, Mrs. Krueck Mrs. Gantz. Absent: B. Vash, C Gow, R. Elzey, J. Mory, B. Caugh- lin, F. McQuire, J. Wiley, V. Cate, W. Church, M. Campbell, S. Jacobs, J. Riffle, S. Henning, M. Haber, S. Cooper, M. Cheeseman, C. Ardman, N. Bastik, B. Mru- ,- , kowski, J. Moise. 1 1 I DECA Students often stop to enioy the interesting exhibits in the second floor display window which are notable projects of the Elyria members of the Distributive Ed- ucation Clubs of America. Each member, by working an average of fifteen hours per week, gains practical experience while still studying the skills of his chosen business career. Front Row: R. Sniezek, President: C. Huffman, Treasurer, M. Middle- stetter, Secretory: T. Fawkes, Vice-President. Second Row: B. Grosse, D. Bauer, P. Glover, S. Slater, E. Taylor, N. Sheets. Third Row: F. Nedwick, T. Zack, B. Davis, A. Murphy, J. Burnsworth, J. Comstock, D. Sayers, Mr. Deeds, Adviser. Fourth Row: L. Garber, J. Veard, B. Marple, S. Wolfe. ANNOUNCERS Each morning the vibrant voices of the announcers carry news of important events to the ears of the students and the faculty. Whether the message is notification of a meeting or a dispatch on a special affair, it travels through the public address system to an interested listener. Front Row: S. Prentice, M. McDowell, M, Stephan, P. Crum, S. Morris, J. Anthony, B. Billmon. Second Row: L. Owen, J. Schmittgen, B. Spike, M. Lautenschleger, D. Kurtz, B. Brekel- baum, S. Goldsmith, B. Schmittgen, Head Announcer. Third Row: C. Mansfield, G. Saba, J. Guest, J. Jablonski, E. Spike, P. Enyeart, M. Hanson. Fourth Row: Mr. McQuillin, Adviser: D. Philion, B. Starr, D. DeMarco, J. Sprenkle, D. Katz, T. Saddler. Absent: J. Steller, G. Crawford, J. Turek, D. Mc- Divitt, P. Vandemark, and J. Wyszynski. LANGUAGE CLUBS "Going, going, gone!" This familiar phrase is heard at the Latin Club slave sale as another slave is auctioned to a Roman master. Weeks of obedience are climaxed at the Roman banquet where the slaves are kept busy waiting on the reclining patricians. These are just two of the many events which make the Latin Club activi- ties interesting and fun. Members of the French Club can be distin- guished by their tri-color bows, the blue, white, and red of the French flag, which they wear on the day of their annual tureen and initiation. The gala Mardi Gras, which is sponsored by this group, provides an evening of fun for the student body. At the Spanish Club meetings, Spanish games provide entertainment and increased knowl- edge of the language. A special project of the group this year was the presentation of the Lorain game assembly. There was great joy over the gallant victory of the matador CElyrial over the bull fLorainll These clubs spell fun in any language. SPANISH CLUB Front Row: S. Dudley, P. Fitch P. Orvis, K. Gaines, President Miss Hoffstatter, Advisor: H Moore, Vice-President: M. Len hard, Treasurer: E. Nicholas Secretory: P. Vandemark, C cock, S. Kelner, J. Moos, S Kosko, R. Papenbrock, N. Orr J. Madara, S. Taylor, P. Ryan M. Griffith, M. Scott, J Fawkes. Third Row: F. Turner S. Strickler, N. Nieding, J Schmittgen, K. Robinson, S S. Heinzerling. Fourth Row: LATIN CLUB Front Row: J. Kurtz, First Consul: D. Stock, Second Coll- sul: D. Gerbick, Quoestor: J. Johnson, Scribe: E. Rider, Aedile: Miss Jones, Advisor: M. Thompson, S. Taylor. Sec- ond Row: M. Barr, A. Axx B. Baird, C. Petras, P. Murphy, M. Neilsen, D. Speroff, J. Wil- son. Third Row: S. Hewitt, M. Braun, G. Wasserman, S. Novak, B. Kristoff, M. Murrell. Fourth Row: B. Coughlin, R. Getty, B. Naegele, D. Edwards, T. Martin, D. Myers. Fifth Row: K. Hamister, K. DeFazio, J. Lautenschleger, J. Schlegel, L. Brown, A. Cantwell. Absent: J. Brumenschenkel, L. Hovekamp, N. Modok. 1 I Lessin. Second Row: K. Han- r 1 1 Speigle, S. Stoyke, J. Mahar, S. Smith, D. Kruek, J. Steller, E. Pierce, S. Goldsmith, C. Banik, J. Ellis, C. Cheney, C. Seghy, J. Wiley, J. A. Wiley, P. Smith. Fifth Row: C. Sallis, R. Abahazi, B. Drake, B. Eddy, G. Krugman, J. Underwood, J. Gottfried, S. Roe, S. Dyke, R. Redington. Sixth Row: D. Bush, J. Lawrence, C. Turner, J. McLaughlin, N. Landis, J. Andress, N. Schultz, B. Rorick. FRENCH CLUB e, .ag 'Q l l F! .., .,, Front Row: Mr. Pritchett, B. Boyd, P. Lutz, S. Zaffer, S. Moore, G. Norris, Miss Wilcox. Adviser, D. Edwards, Treasurer, H. Mischka, M. Bembower, President: Miss Hoffstatter. Second Row: B. Billman, M. Cheeseman, S. Cooper, C. Cheney, J. Schoemaker, C. Ardman, A. Moss, C. McKay, M. Braun, M. Henderson, M. Hunt. Third Row: D. Sadler, C. Pleska, K. Knepper, P. Knuff, S. Beckett, K. Gruen, J. Zak, C. Kirkhart, A. Eschke, D. Walker, M. Campbell, A. Cantwell. Fourth Row: C. Seabold, J. Sparks, J. Horrocks, G. Stone, A. Hoffman, B. Francis, R. Nemeth, K. Krieg, S. POPD, N. Tandoo, M. Lance. Fifth . . A A lm S... . . . . 1 . S lll....s In Y i' Row: M. Hancock, M. Wellman, S. Lees, D. Cummons K. Horvath, B. Horwitz, D. Scholle, J. Hodge, C. DeMarco J. Doan, H. Blake. Sixth Row: P. Enyeart, L. Anthony, D Kurtz, G. Krugman, S. Terrell, L. Tite, C. Young, P Woodings, J. Hochenedel, M. Lautenschleger, B. Schmitt- gen. Seventh Row: D. Kuss, K. Northcutt, D. Petersen, C. Wycoff, K. Eisman, C. Benton, C. Huston H Northcutt, C. Smith, M. Hauer, B. Jackson, P. Laganier Eighth Row: P. Crum, G. Tcylor, B. Eddy, V. Cate, A. Gildzen, T. Queen, M. Lynn, B. Emslie, G. Hecht, E Lowery, J. Schilling. LIBRARY WORKERS As one enters the E.H.S. library, he is greeted by able library assistants. These workers help students spend their allowances by collecting fines for over- due books. They also aid in checking books in and out, mending books, and shelving them. Seated: R. Maiden, C. Hartley, K. Miller. Second Row: M. Guignette, N. Madok, B. Scott, M. Henderson, B. Zgoda, C. Wescott, J. Huser, L. Roberts, J. Kauff- man. Third Row: Miss Scott, Adviser, M. Nielsen, C. Petras, W. Young, D. Cantley, N. Sheets, S. Christensen, N. Zvosechz, I. Seghy, C. Bieski, D. Rennie, N. Pfeiffer. Fourth Row: B. Suhr, T. Mahoney, L. Kilzer, T. Queen. Absent: S. Christian, J. Dyer, D. Hill, J. Hoffman, J. Jalowiec, J. Kurtz, B. Vash. I FTA. Future Teachers of America gives high school students the chance to study the qualifications, opportunities, and rewards of teaching. The E.H.S. Margaret E. Edwards Chapter includes in its schedule monthly tureen meetings, ushering, and teaching in the elementary schools for two days. Front Row: C. Pleska, C. Norris, B. Howell, J. Frank- father, Librarian: C. Mansfield, Vice President: Miss Leach, Adviser: D. Burill, President: S. Terrell, Historian: A. Moss, Treasurer: D. Kurtz, Secretary: N. Williams, S. McRae, C. Lessin. Second Row: 5. Smith, P. Short, M. VanHorn K. DeFazio, C. Petras, J. Wilson, J. Gardner, C. Young D. Edwards, D. Reindl, J. Moos, C. Morgan, S. Kosco K. Horvath. Third Row: B. Fielder, J. Johnson, J. Banister K. Gotro, M. Thompson, A. Hoffman, C. Zacharias, E Ehrman, E. Robinson, R. Nemes, D. Krueck, J. Bishop Fourth Row: C. Szanyi, C. Banik, J. Wyszynski, S. Meschke, J. Brumenschenkel, H. Feher, J. Ellis, B. Lawson, D. Myers, C. Jezewski, T. Kowalik, J. Miller. Fifth Row: R. Abahazi, M. Wellman, S. Lees, J. Gottfried, E. Pearce, K. Hancock, M. Stephan, M. McDowell, D. Sadler, J. Shupp. RED CROSS I l The members of Junior Red Cross receive great pleasure in helping those less fortunate. Packing a school chest to be sent overseas, giving parties for Gates Hospital and the orphanage, and assisting in the United Funds Campaign are among their pro- jects. Front Row: Miss Waggstaff, Ad- viser: J. Gardner, President: P. Crum, Vice-President: P. Loeb, Council Representative. Second Row: M. Foss, B. Eddy, J. Miller, D. Moran, G. Krugman, C. Cheney. Third Row: J. Lichty, S. Koch, C. O'Grady, M. Oakler, D. Wilson, J. Shores. Fourth Row: J. Sparks, J. Crowell, M. Wellman, S. Stet- son. Absant: N. Orr, Socrotary. I I I F.B.l.A. Future Business Leaders of America gives young people an opportunity to prepare for leadership as well as for employment. The newly organized E.H.S. chapter attempted in its initial year to fulfill the goals of this organization. Front Row: S. Gira, D. Shermak, B. Howell, C. Hoffman, B. Kemper, Vice-President: D. Baksa, President: Mrs. Dickie, Adviser: S. Hunger, Secretary: P. Bodmann, Treasurer: G. Cashner, Assistant Treasurer. Second Row: L. Hawkins, L. Boyle, C. O'Grady, J. Larrick, D. Rennie, S. Sabo, C. McConnell, J. Lee, S. Stetson, S. Long, D. Bauer. Third Row: M. Oakler, J. Miller, Assistant Reporter: J. Lichty, J. Sparks, K. Bara, S. Ott, S. Jones, G. Ulmer, D. Warden R. Vincent, J. Sanders. Fourth Row: J. Heathcote, H Shepherd, Assistant Secretary: C. Chipukites, J. Crowell S. Koch, J. Bodnar, P. Karbowniczek, S. Reaser, M. Nickoli C. Gochenour, L. Worcester. Fifth Row: C. King,,M. Wallace J. Kirkhart, S. Harbert, J. Guignette, V. Berkhardt, E. Chris- tian, J. Gutowski, M. Goodman, B. Peterman, S. Jalowiec Sixth. Row G. Dumke, D. Moran, C. Krugman, S. Popp C. Bogart, B. Jackson, D. Swiger, C. Bonn, C, Crombie K. Carmen. Seventh Row: M. Veres, T. Mason, B. Marple D. Sayers, K. Nelson, G. Crawford, W. Koepp, D. Cammarn M. Guignette, J. Cammarn. IVIIIVIEOGRAPH WORKERS Without the aid of the mimeo- graph workers, the E.H.S. students could not enjoy as many mimeo- ii'i "GW-ws graphed tests, which are just one of the numerous types of papers to the workers print. They also pro- Q vide such things. as P.T.A. notices, football scouting reports, and base- ball notebooks. Their job in- cludes typing the stencils as well as duplicating or mimeographing them. The work is fun except for pe... the inky hands, a usual result. Front Row: C. King, B. Jack son, B. Kemper, P. Zgoda. Sec ond Row: D. Moran, S. Warren, B. Stith, J. Miller, C. McConnell D. Rennie, Miss Hess. Third Row. J. Lee, J. Larrick, J. McGhee. 3 x 1 I 1 1 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council acts as the voice of the E.H.S. student body. Through the home room rep- resentatives, each student is able to make sug- gestions for the betterment of his school. Front Row: N. Madok, J. Ellis, L. Brown, K. Smith, P. Towell, J. Wilson, T. Haag, S. Schilling, J. Fields, P. Murphy, C. Meyer. Second Row: S. Orr, B. Horwitz, C. Langston, S. Papp, P. Karboniczek, H. Shepherd, D. Walker, P. Abahazi, J. Zak, S. Dyke, J. Kuss, C. DeMarco. Third Row: D. Philion, B. Smith, N. Orr, J. Jalowiec, J. Rose, J. Taylor P. Vandemark, S. Dudley, S. Weiss, D. Burill, S. Walters G. Taft. Fourth Row: W. Church, F. Foss, G. Miraben, B Grant, J. Kurtz, T. Chucko, B. Baughman, B. Strauss. R Redington, R. Brekelbaum, L. Kearse, D. Bush. Fifth Row S. Carin, L. Parker. Absent: J. Berg, T. Zahars, P. Enyeart D. Lehman, M. Hanson, B. Mrukowski, S. Roberts, D. Landis J. Guest, B. Bates, J. Sparks, K. Moore, D. Garrett, G Hecht, D, Cummons, S. Hays, G. Howell, S. Jaffe, J Reynhout, S. Schmittgen, S. Slosier, P. Swain. EXECUTIVE BOARD Front Row: P. Vandemark, Secretory: S. Weiss, P. Murphy, K. Smith, J. Berg. Second Row: K. Moore, J. Shilling, Treasurer: M. Hanson, D. Philion, T. Chucko, W. Church, N. Madok, S. Orr. Third Row: D. Lehman, J. Kurtz, B Mrukowski, B. Grant, B. Strauss, J. Jones, President. Absent B. Hays, Vice-President: D. Burill. YOUTH The Elyria Youth Council represents the young people of Elyria in many school and com- munity events. Composed of delegates from Elyria High School, Elyria District Catholic High School, and many youth organizations, the Coun- cil functions through committees among which are civil defense, civic affairs, recreation, library, publicity, and community service. These com- mittees plan and carry out affairs which not only benefit themselves but also the city of Elyria. Seated around the table, are Karen Gruen, Debbie Kuss, Sandy Weiss, and Carol Seabold, Standing, ore Jerry Doon and Jon Ponkoff, members of the civic affairs committee of Youth Council, who are discussing one of their pro- jects. COUNCH Front Row: J. Pankoff, J. Davies, D. Garrett, B. Spike, Sec- retary, M. Hanson, President: T. Shepherd, R. Poad, Treas- urer, B. Jones. Second Row: J. Davis, P. Enyeort, E. Spike, B. Novak, T. Doon, R, Brekelbaum, J. Doon, S. Hays. Third Row: G. Sobo, S. Weiss, A. Moss, J. Moore, D. Kuss, C. Seabold, S. Morris, K. Moore, J. Shilling. Fourth Raw: E. Buttle, D. Burill, J. Gardner, S. Boylan, M Barr, M. Meyer, J. Bennett, T. Haag, N, Modok, P. Tur ner, M. Hancock. Fifth Raw: D. Bush, N. Schultz, B Schmittgen, J. Joroch, J. Schmittgen, L. Buterbough, K Gruen, S. Becket, S. Orr, S. Schmittgen, J. Kuss. ELYRIA HIGH ELYRIAN STAFF SANDRA PRATT MRS. BOYLAN Co-Editor Adviser To present a vivid and exciting picture book of school memories to the student body is the goal towards which the yearbook staff strives. The many long hours of toil spent in taking pic- tures, making layouts, writing copy, and doing all the necessary odds and ends move quickly along as staff members share the ups and downs that occur as the Elyrian begins to take shape. When the last page is finally sent to the printers in Kansas City, the staff gives a short sigh of relief and joy and then almost immediately be- gins plans for the next year's book. MARY THOMPSON Co-Editor BARBARA MANN Business Manager l SUSAN PRENTICE Editorial Assistant Front Row: B. Kaatz, T. Householder, D. Harrison, D. Currie, K. Oring. Second Row: B. Francis, A. Moss, J. Steller, S, Stoyke, B. Brekelbaum. Third Row: G. Wasser- man, B. Hannaford, B. Nickel, L. Prentice, C. McKay, W. VanOster, B. Baird. PUBLICATIONS HERALD STAFF CAROL NORRIS SANDRA LEES JUDY MOOS KEN ROSENBAUM MISS MAHAFFEY News Editor Second Page Editor Third Page Editor Sports Editor Adviser "lf it happens at E.H.S. - it'll be in the continually hustling. Although the time seems Herald!" The important task of publishing the high school bi-weekly newspaper and living up to the paper's motto to print all the important and up-to-date news keeps the staff members to fly while the activity, feature, and sports stories are being written, the deadline is always met and the edition is delivered to subscribers on time, hot off the press. Front Row: J. Johnson, K. Moore, G. Roka, B. Carr, C. Ardman. Second Row: M. Hunt, B. Kailes, C. Szanyi, E. Robinson, M. Meyer. Third Row: T. Martin, B. Gold- stein, E. Huber, G. Gimben, P. Mull, T. Struck, D. Kellogg. Fourth Row: F. Vorhis, T. Maiden, L. Kearse, D. Standen, A. Gildzen. Absent: J. Shoemaker. PROJECTIONISTS Modern education advocates the use of visual aids to make the study of a subject more in- teresting, vivid, and understand- able. The projectionists are an important link in the E.H.S. chain of moving pictures. lt is they who aid the teachers in showing movies and keep the films in good repair. Front Row: Don lgnatz, John Kokai, Pat Lewis, Ted Mohney, Ralph Conley. Second Row: Fred Mollenkopf, Gary Howell, Dave Livingston, Bill Jones, Ron Haywood. VARSITY E Members of Varsity E can be identified by the black, red, and white jackets which they so proudly wear. Throughout the year they work to encourage and support all forms of varsity athletics. While striving to maintain high stand- ards of co-operation, loyalty, and fair play, this group develops the character of its members. Front Row: P. Shilling, A. Fleisher, G. Freeman, Secretary- Treosurer: Mr. Barton, Adviser: W. Rock, Vice-President: B. Mrukowski, President, D. Lehman, J. Jones. Second Row: R. Russell, B. Neuman, T. Shepherd, J. Reeser, J. Schneider, S. Lengel, H. Murray. Third Row: C. Bowen, H. Hildreth, J. Guest, D. Beal, L. Hill, G. Taft, J. Strauss, B. Hays. Fourth Row: S. Walters, E. Buttle, T. Zaffer, W. Younkin, D. Bush, A. Saba, F. Wiggenton, J. Schneider, R. Smallwood. Fifth Row: R. Redington, J, Snoble, E. Zack, S. Davis, B. Perkins, L. Stark, C. Redington, R. Poad. Sixth Row: D. Davies, D. Disbrow, B. Mitchell, B. Carter, B. Lotta, J, Comstock, J. Zaffer, B. Madden, M. Taylor. PHOTO SQUAD . o . 5 vt e ,. .,:r- . nz f ll. Q"'?-is L wan. .,.,, . ,--ure'-it on The camera enthusiasts of the Elyria High Front Row: Bruce Goldstein, Tom Martin, Dave Living- School Photo Squad strive to promote an interest in photography. Throughout the year, they take part in contests, discussions, and field trips. stone, Bill Koatz, Tom Householder. Second Row: Dave Harrison. Absent: Mr. Lauteneschleger, Adviser. CAFETERIA WORKERS The cafeteria workers are a great asset to the workings of the Elyria High School lunchroom. Their many jobs include helping to prepare the food, acting as cashiers, and cleaning up. Hungry students greatly appreciate their service. Front Row: B. Bastik, J. Townsend, E. Shepherd, D. Warner, T. Shepherd, R. Benton, R. Ott. Second Row: J. Commorn H. Shepherd, C. Banik, N. Bostik, J. Schroeder, B. Felty L. Hawkins. Third Row: D. Commorn, J. Heathcote, P Lewis, C. Cope, P. Mull, P. Kodas, S. Jones, S. Bosley, J Horrocks. Fourth Row: L. Burgess, B. Ely, B. Marple, G Long, J. Grobe, J. Antonczak, P. Myers, M. Van Volk. .i burg, C. Strickler, D. Schoen. A.l.A. A.l.A., a group of boys taking an advanced industrial course, promotes high standards of workmanship and scholarship. To have the stu- dent body, faculty, patrons of the school, and persons in business and industry take a deep in- terest in their group is one of the aims of A.l.A. These boys have a high appreciation for em- ployment in business and industry. Mr. Hall, their adviser, offers them oppor- tunities to stimulate interest in educational and wholesome recreational activities. Mike Stegman also benefits by observing the advice Mr. Hall gives to Butch Perkin's drawing project. First Row: B. Bruce, J. Richards, Secretary: J. White, Vice- Presidentp L. Henry, S. Yuhas, President: C. Baker, Treas- urer, D, Halitzka. Second Row: J. Moore, J. Szakal, R, Sooy, J, Young, R. Ott, K. Roberts, B. Perkins. Third Row J. Brainaird, J. Oates, J. Wransky, B. Mackey, B. Commons, B. Smith, G. Whitney. Fourth Row: R. Huntley, B. Daw- son, D. Brenneman, J. Kokai, R. Moore. V.l.C. The Vocational Industrial Club is divided into three groups, auto mechanics, welding, and machine shop, so that its members can work in the field they most enjoy. Among the club's pur- poses are the promotion of high standards of workmanship and the development of co-opera- tion among the boys. A car wash, skating party, bob-sled building project, and work on cars are some of the activities which the members enjoy. A trip to Michigan to visit the Ford Museum and an automobile manufacturing plant highlighted this year's events. The bright flames spark from the torch, as a V.l.C. mem- ber practices his welding skill. Front Row: Mr. Kehler, Mr. Richards, Mr. Kisseberth, G. Estmond, C. Richardson, G. Handley, M. Yeick, A. Fitch J. Resser, President, D. O'Dowd. Second Row: D. Mes: saros, Vice-President: L. Higgenbotham, D. Orndorff, T. Welsh, D. Philion, J. Snyder, D. Weinstein, Treasurer, H. Sorg, Secretary, J. Ferguson. Third Row: W. Owens, J Jackson, C. Cooke, J. Blauvelt,'N. McHenry, D. Pasenow, T. Spanos. Fourth Row: E. Gagen, R. Nagy, K. Singer, G. Sievert, D. DiDomenico, E. Fenik, Secretary: R. Talarsky, R. Honoshofsky. Fifth Row: W. Klingshirn, Treasurer: D Hodge, D. Remshak, J. Moore, B. Harding, D. Rankin, J Jones, J. Leuzzi, J. Gill, President. Sixth Row: D. Cham bers, D. Wagner, F. Knepper, B. Gasper, B. Hammer, Treas- urer: B. Osborn, President: M. Piazza, W. Fish, J. Grobe Seventh Row: T. Skeels, D. Marple, C. Lowery, W. Jones D. Pierce, D. Billmon, Secretary: R. Korzan. Eighth Row T. Stellato, Vice-President: T. Young, B. Glenn, G. Chipu kites, C. Flynn, R. Schnurr, J. Drake. HI-Y "Trample the Trojans," "Corral the Rang- ers," "Stomp the Streaks" are just a few ex- amples of the slogans which are used on the posters made by Hi-Y to boost school spirit. Other projects of Hi-Y, which is 'affiliated with the Y.M.C.A., include assisting in the United Fund Drive, sponsoring dances, and participating in community service affairs. The members are able to take advantage of the wonderful recreational facilities which the Y.M.C.A. has to offer. Ping-pong, swimming, and basketball provide enjoyment for the boys. The annual Hi-Y Thanksgiving Assembly always inspires the student body to stop and give thanks for all their blessings. SOPHOMORE HI-Y Front Row: B. Kopig, D. Gallo, E. Buttle, B. Puder, J. Doan, B. Baughman. Second Row: B. Vanek, B. Hannaford, L. Prentice, T. LeCy0, D. Ball, K. Willets, T. Christian. Third Row: B. Naegele, T- Struck, T. Chucko, W. Swain, B- Marsh, D. De Fazio, D. Bauer. JUNIOR HI-Y I l Front Row: S. Carin, J. Davies, J. Davis, D. Garrett, B. Jones. Second Row: R. Gingery, D. Bastik, J. Arndt, D. Savage. l Third Row: K. Walker, R. Emslie, R. Frankiewicz, D. Cross. SENIOR HI-Y Front Row: D. DeMarco, J. Sprenkle, B. Starr, D. Currie, Hook, T. Saddler, B. Rorick. Third Row: B. Shaw, T. D. Philion, E. VVebb, T. Daniels, G. Saba, T. Zahors, D. Fawkes, D. Walker, D. Katz, R. Reusser, D. Kiser, P. Eny- Huiett. Second Row: L. Sawyer, K. Oring, R. Benton, eart, D. Landis, D. Janisko, J. Becker, J. Turek. L. Sheffield, G, Bosnyak, C. Meckley, B. Cumrnons, T. 107 This picture shows the lighter side of a Senior Hi-Y business meeting. HONORS READING CLUBS Honors Reading was formed to stimulate in- is a group for each level, upperclassmen oc terest in reading all types of literature. This ob- casionally lead discussions of underclass groups jective is achieved by selecting interesting books This gives experience in finding important points and reporting on them in groups. Although there of the book. FRESHMAN Front Row: J. Shaw, President: L. Harding, Vice-President: Miss Herd, Adviser: M. Tamm, Recording Secretory: P. Meyers, Corresponding Secretory: M. Meyer. Second Row: A. Hornbeck, D. Roig, L. Lanoghan, S. Schmittgen, J. Findling, S. Orr, J. Kettle, C. Bowser, C. Meyer, K. Emlich, L. Rubin, P. Meyers, M. Washka. 108 SOPHOMORE Front Row: Miss Wagstaff, Adviser: C McKay, Recording Secretory: S. Hewitt President: D. Gallo, Vice-President. See- ond Row: J. Ruby, M. Braun, Corres- POMHNS se"'eNl'Y, C. Szonyi, R. Eizey Third Row: A. Gildzen, L. Kearse, B Kopis, J. Underwood. JUNIOR 'Q' ,K f .t Front Row: Mr. K. Boylan, General Chairman: J. Frank- C. Ardmon, H, Shepherd, P. Short, M. Hauer, S. Stoyke father, Treasurer: A. Everhort, Recording Secretory: J. Third Row: B, Emslie, B. Nickel, N. Orr, V. Heidlberg, J Shoemaker, President: N, Briton, Vice-President: M. Chees- Anthony, J. Salisbury, J. Modara. Absent: Miss Stofer man, Corresponding Secretary. Second Row: D. Brewer, Adviser. SENIOR if ,. v in . , -.. . was-3 Front Row: Miss Fowell, Adviser: J. Berg, Corresponding Third Row: J. Gardner, E. Robinson, J. Miller, B. Eddy, Secretory: S. Boylan, President: M. Wellman, Treasurer: S. K. Crozier, B. Schmittgen, B. Brekelboum, Fourth Row: Lees, Vice-President. Second Row: M. Thompson, C. S. Lingenfelter, C. Harmon, S. Schulhof, S. Berke, T.Kow' Young, M. Lautenschleger, S, Prentice, R. Maiden, B. Drake, alik, R. Pecaut. Absent: Pat Lewis, Recording Secretary. 109 Y-TEENS The Y-Teen Club, which is associated with the Y.W.C.A., offers the girls of E.H.S. on op- portunity to meet for fellowship, learning, and pleasure. The individual class clubs convene twice a month after the members typically have downed a coke and a bag of chips. Programs, including games, panel discussions, movies, and speeches on various topics of interest, are enjoyed by all. To fulfill one of their main purposes, com- munity service, the girls have such projects as fixing gift baskets for the needy and holding picnics for underprivileged children. The inter-club council, which binds the four individual groups, sponsors the always-successful winter formal, whose profits ore used as a col- lege scholarship to a worthy senior member. The officers and committee chairmen of the Sophomore Y-Teens work hard to improve Y-Teens by having business meetings at the home of President Phyllis Murphy. SENIOR Y-TEENS Front Row: C. Bieske, S. Boylan, S. Moore, B. Brekelbaum, Secretory: B. Spike, Vice-President: B. Howell President: K Garrard, Treasurer, K. Yearley, K. Gaines,' G. Roka, P. Orvis. Second Row: J. Berg, l. Seghy, C. O'Grody, C. Cheney, P. Masonis, L. Tite, J. Shenefelt, J. Schmittgen, J Jaroch, C. Mansfield, Y. Stiles. Third Row: J. Innes, K Gotro, M. Foss, J. Gardner, C. Zacharias, G. Krugman, B Schmittgen, D. Moran, E. Reagan, P. Bell, M. Louten schleger. Fourth Row: V. Kimbell, C. Brown, P. Zaleski C. Huffman, C. Krugman, M. Wallace, B. Kemper, D. Kurtz M. Salaj, K. Crozier, J. Banister, M. Junior. Fifth Row: J. Femley, L. Terrell, P, Nordecchia, J. Garn, D. Baksa, C. McConnell, D. Cammarn, J. Sanders, S. Stetson, M. Oakler, M. Thompson. Sixth Row: C. King, J. Hochenedel P. Woodings, S. Hunger, P. Bodmann, C. Abbe, K. Cor- men, S. Warren, E. Nichols, C. Norris, D. Burill, M. Bem- bower. Seventh Row: P. Enyeart, S. Varga, E. Spike, J. Heuser, M. Hanson, L. Owens, C. Young, C. Gow, J. Han- cock, S. Terrell, S. Prentice, M. Forbes, E. Anthony. 1 JUNIOR Y-TEENS Front Row: N. Orr, M. Stephen, K. Moore, D. Mitchell, Treasurer: K. Hancock, Vice-President: J. Wyszynski, Presi- dent: R. Abohazi, Secretary: J. Moore, S. Morris, C. Lessin. Second Row: S. Cooper, P. Crum, P. Loeb, J. Long, N. Williams, S. McRae, J. Anthony, B. Nickel, M. Northeim, J. Jalowiec. Third Row: M. Borndollor, K. Maher, J. 'Milner, C. Figulo, A. Mika, K. Ballas, J. Schroeder, J. DeFozio, D. Bortos, F. Turner, C. Benton. Fourth Row: M. McDowell, A. Moss, P. Wirth, S. Goldsmith, D. Kuss, S. Kosco, S. Weiss, S. Dudley, D. Moore, K. Miller, E. Pierce. Fifth Row: D. Sadler, L. Roberts, J. Moos, C. Seobold, J, Shilling, R. Papenbrock, P. Vondemark, C. Jezewski, P. Kcrbowniczek, H. Shepherd, S. Willis. Sixth Row: S. Kelner, N. Briton, C. Bonik, M. Cheesmon, J. Shoemaker, P. Short, P. Bollos, C. Sallis, S. Stoyke, J. Taylor. SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS Front Row: D. Cummons, S, Weinstein, K. Horvoth, B Fielder, P. Murphy, President: B. Leslie, Vice-President, J Miller, Secretory: L. Buterbough, Treosurerp N. Abookire S. Schilling. Second Row: E. Hovekomp, L. Peterson, S. Hultz, M. Messciros, K. Smith, J. Stith, D. Speroff, B. Boyd, J Bennett, L. Petroff, P. Flowers. Third Row: M. Nielsen A, Axx, L. Gomez, L. Best, J. Bennett, P. Towell, s. Meschkei K. Thompson, G. Dumke, M. VonValkenburg. Fourth Row M. Henderson, J. Welch, N. Householder, M. Gill, M. McCroy, S. Roe, T. Haag, M. Hancock, P. Turner, S. Novak, M. Schneider, L. Brown. Fifth Row: B. Baird, P. Hadfele, D. Roe, D. Scholle, J. Mills, B. Lawson, C. Johnston, -J. Wilson, S. Loose, B. Starr, H. Feher, V. Goppelt, G. Wassermann. Sixth Row: M. Mahalis, L. Schmittgen, D, Hill, M. Barr, D. Armstrong, J. Garrard, K. Haog, L. Worcester, B. Kristoff, N. Madok, J: Purcell, Y. Lawson, S. Flynn. FRESHMAN Y-TEENS Front Row J McCain President M Tamm Vice Prei ny : . , 5 . , - sde t J. Early, Secretary: S. Jaffe, Treasurer: S. Orr, S. Beckett M. Meyer, J. Findling, S. Jolowiec, S. Reeser, M. Guignette Second Row: S. Morey, N. Neiding, S. Strickler, K. Gruen, S. Schmittgen, J. Kuss, J. Baumhardt, K. Bara, B. Peterman P. Ryan, S. Sloiser, S. Jones, S. Stcimmitti. Third Row: D Gruber, J. Horrocks, V. Rock, J. Fowkes, H. Kruger, S. Freel man, D. Jones, L. Hummerick, S. Taylor, P. Abohazi, D 1 1 Schnur, P. Myers. Fourth Row: N. Orvis, J. Maple, G. Ulmer, L. Lanaghan, J. Diewald, E. Lowery, R. McHenry, G. Taylor, M. Washka, C. Smith, J. Refenning. Fifth Row: C. Meyer, S. Bosley, D. Walker, L.Rieth, J. Schmittgen, P. Swain, S. Ott, S. Brown, K. Harrington, M. Featherstone, S. Folly, C. Comp. Sixth Row: S. Dyke, J. Dillman, G. Boilosky, M. Rowen, M. Campbell, P. Lutz, M. Dickie, L. Rubin, K. Gienke, C. Edmonds, P. Meyers. MATH CLUB Front Row: T. Shepherd, President: J. Enyedy, Vice-President: Jablonski, M. Tillman, E. Novak, K. Oring, D. Currie, T. N. Williams, Secretary: D. Garrett, Treasurer. Second Row: Ewing, R. Pecaut, B. Kailes, B. Carr. Fourth Row: J. R. Jones, D. Myers, J. Wilson, B. Kristoff, J. Shilling, S. Brumenschenkel, B. Goldstein, B Ewing L Kearse B. Kopis, McRae, P. Bell, D. lgnatz, J. Sprenkle. Third Row: J. R. Conley, R. Brekelbaum, A. Wehmczn, Tl Mohney PLAYERS' CLUB "There's no business like show business." The members of Players' Club have found this to be quite true from their experiences in high school dramatics. "Janie", the story of a teen- age girl, her family, and her friends, highlighted this year's activities of the group. The members of the cast spent many hours at rehearsals in order to present an outstanding production. Equal- ly important to the success of "Janie" were the publicity, props, and make-up committees. Some members of Players' Club participate in skits which they present at the Buckeye Con- ference Speech Day and at community affairs. When a club member has earned thirteen points by working on various projects, he is ini- tiated into Thespians, a national organization. THESPIANS Front Row: Carol Bieske. Second Row: Mark Fazey, Treasurer, Gary Hecht, Gary Sabo, Janice Berg. Third Row: Martha Foss, Secretary, Dennis DeMarco, Carol Ardman, Dick Mc- Divitt, President. Front Row: G. Hecht, M. Fazey, Treasurer: D. McDivitt, President: M. Foss, Secretary: Miss Hark, Adviser: J. Berg, S. Boylan, C. Bieske, M. Hunt. Second Row: B. Lawson, J. Banister, P. Bell, B. Schmittgen, E. Lowery, M. Wellman, J. Miller, A. Moss, C. Lessin, J. Shoemaker, C. Meyer. Third Row: J. Ruby, S. Novak, M. Braun, C. McKay, S. Hewitt, J. Schmittgen, .l. Long, S. Hales, M. Barndollar, J. Bishop, K. Gruen, M. Meyer. Fourth Row: S. Weiss, J. Fowkes, P. Ryan, M. Griffiths, S. Taylor, S. Jalowiec, S. Goldsmith, C. Redington, D. Mitchell, S. Schmittgen, S. Beckett, M. Tamm. Fifth Row: D. Huiett, M. Guignette, B. Peterman, S. Slosier, M. Washka, M. Towner, S. Jaffe, K. Gienke, L. Rubin, S. McDonald, G. Sabo, M. Dickie. Sixth Row: J. Gardner, S. Page, J. Wilson, C. Johnston, D. Roe, L. Schmittgen, A. Gildzen, T. Haury, J. McCain, J. Davis, J. Davies. Seventh Row: D. DeMarco, M. Hancock, D. Hill, B. Emslie, J. Guest, B. Baughman. SCIENCE CLUBS The science clubs provide an opportunity for students to further their scientific interests by working on special projects outside the class- room. The many hours that are spent on re- search and the development of the intriguing pro- jects are very worthwhile. A most successful "first" was held in Elyria this February when the Chamber of Commerce and the Elyria High Science Department jointly sponsored the Science Fair. Over sixty student projects were displayed and explained by their creators to the over eight thousand fascinated people in attendance. Beside the great intang- ible rewards received by all the participants, the following were awarded savings bonds for their projects which placed first, second, and third .respectively in the four categories: Physics - Tom Kihm, Jim Ely, Dave Currie, Chemistry -Ernie Novak, Dick Beeson, Mary Thompson, Biology-Allon Cady, Carol Cope, Harry Hinch- cliffe, General Science--Ron Sprankle, Bill Jones, Gilbert Strickler. GENERAL SCIENCE Front Row: C. Greer, R. Sarver. Sec- ond Row: M. Nicholson, K. Robinson, J. Harrocks. Third Row: D. DuPero, D. Richards, R. Sprankle, G. Strickler, B. Jones, D. Traver, Mr. Messaros Adviser. 1 BIOLOGY Seated: M. Gerhardinger, J. Brown, C. Cope, M.'J. Baumhardt, H. Hinch- cliffe, J. Dillman. Standing: Mr. Asire, Adviser: D. Bates, D. Harri- son, T. Martin, R. Pecaut, A. Cady, J. Underwood, J. Thompson. Absent: B. VanSyke. PHYSICS Front Row: C. Meckley, D. Currie, K. Aebie. Second Row: Mr. Jones,Adviser7 J. Schlegel T. Kihm. Third Row: L. Shrubsole, S, Berke, R Pecaut T Ewin R. Lebodc. Absent: D. - I - Q1 Harrison, J. Ely. Front Row: J. Johnson, B. Boyd, M. Lautenschleger, N. Orr, R. Emslie, D. Schroader, D. Garrett, B. Carr, D. Beeson, M. Thompson, Mr. Allen, Adviser. Second Row: E. Novak, B. Kailes. Absent: Mr. Sandrew, Adviser. LABORATORY AIDS The laboratory aids are 0 great asset to the chemistry and physics classes. They help by setting up equipment for experiments, keeping a check on the chemicals, and grading papers. T. Shepherd, M. Fazey, Mt Forbes, S. Lingenfelter, Mr. Sondrew, M. Till- mon, Mr. Allen, S. Kiser, R. Pecaut, D. Booth, R. Reusser, G. Sabo, J. Guest, Mr. Jones, B. Mann, S. Pratt. Absent: E. Spike. is- S A vw 3 5 ,si . f E K Q . M.. Q..-X ,WQFN K 4 Q W 4 .x,,,. p,,,,-yhllhf Avg, Of? Q ygmy. M is X fs NN wk ' X32 ww X- . , 35, Y 5335 Rf ,Ah ' X ,, mm 'QW' i ig S QQ fi Ain G mx 5 if ,ff K Q., X - , 4 Q .' xx f Q 1 if x Q ' +,, Q . L .t , -.X A EQ A KS x i fwxgm X 0 sim y? X :A 5.3, ,E M vi 54 -Km X xxx Q 2 S if s if in A it .ffl A V Mg QQ, . -.fg . N K 1 sh ' I Q! ,. , . is . Q 'M .1 iw, 5. . Q , A ' . fq,.,.gg4.' K we 1 "' , 'K Lk K - f x. , L' ? in . ' A H f W',,, ' V k - . ' v A 1 . . . mi N f . ' A ' A .... . ,,, . , ., S A Xkh, kkxsemlhiigr ,,.. . Vw N X ., A X ' ' iffy .., fit.-TV' ff - Q ., J. f 'Y L. ' ff ' .. -. ' A K , LQ ga. ff' . ' X A f ,, . " gxy Q. -. - . ... gs . wwe Q .QE J ' .sm 2' Q ,K V V S an was KK ,G ,asm S Q x ff W? 'L,f-",'1," . .0 Q tt, 4 eg. Q as fvlzi.. . . T W 'Q V --ilk F? Uv N 1' li'-in a 1 ' f? 54 M Ri v Q. ,, ,, I 5 Q S ii lUNl0R CHOIR For those who enjoy singing, Junior Choir is another important step. This group works to increase skill in harmony and music appreciation. Front Row: S. Weiss, Secretary: J. Lichty, J. Sparks, S. Kosco, D. Moore, Treasurer: L. Heath, D. Gymoti, M. North- eim, J. Garrard, J. Bauer, B. Bates, J. Curtis, P.' Laganier, B. Felty, B. Lee, R. Abohazi, J. Shoemaker, B. Jackson. Second Row: B. White, K. Eisaman, D. Roig, K. Hancock, P. Ballas, B. Baird, R. Grecco, M. Hancock, S. Novak, J. Schroeder, K. Haag, B. Durham, B. Horwitz, B. Thurman, D. Gargus, J. Milner, C. Williams, Mr. Beck, Director. Third Row: C. Figula, N. Briton, P. Crum, A. Mika, A. Cantwell, J. Gottfried, C. Benton, M. Nielsen, L. Wagner, L. Bursley, S. Yeager, J. Hales, L. Shaw, J. Steller, S. McRae, J. Hales. Fourth Row: C. Binggeli, K. Ballas, L. Jones, J. Davis, P. Carter, R. Hutchings, J. Kovocs, D. DeFazio, J. Taylor, B. Strauss, J. Underwood, E. Pearce, S. Willis. Fifth Row: D. Larkin, D. Prochazka, J. Balint, A. Cady, A. Biltz, S. Hasko, J. Doan, President: L. Kilzer, T. Chucko, Vice-President: D. Bodmann, P. Norris, D. Ferry, J. Smith, J. Lautenschleger, F. Lewis, H. Mishka. Absent: J, Ellis, B. Rhoades. Henning, J. Moos, P. Vandemark, S. Morris, D. Kuss Third Row: S. Hunger, B. Eddy, D. Mitchell, J. Kochis, T. H Martin, B. Kopis, D. Pycraft, L. Reid, E. Glass, T. Kihm K. Nevens, D. Garrett, J. Kokai, D. Bastik, D. McDivitt J. Davies, J. Anthony, S. Boylan, M. Wallace. Fourth Row M. Forbes, Secretary: J. Berg, E. Spike, Historian: F, Eld ridge, T, W. Martin, J. Burnsworth, B. Rieth, L. Burgess, E. Rider, J. Jones, J. Cobb, R. Smallwood, L. Fosselius, J Booth, B. Neuman, J. Strauss, Vice-President: K. Gotro, P Woodings, P. Bodmann, C. Allen. Fifth Row: C. Krugman Robe Mistress: J. Hochenedel, C. Young, G. Miraben, B Smith, Librarian: C. Redington, J. Guest, L, Stark, T. Daniels S. Lingenfelter, President: J. Pankoff, R, Eddy, C. Meckley R. Landis, P. Enyeart, K. Aebie, B. Starr, P. Dunfo-ri, S Prentice, C. Mansfield, P. Enyeart. QQQMW V ' U-5' 4 ii? 4 K, ," iv ,I -gf, , 'X' Y arfk. 9 0 Q- Qs wk S31 Sim X wi X XXXX X X XX glam xiii X X X 4 ,, 1-Q K Ng, X X SX 3 NX XSS? xg mx! NX XX 'N Qmxisgi 3 i if 54 f E S -X X V N jk A - was Y t.. f , Q .2 X 4 , 4 ,V Q. V I M K Q XX jg if -wg . 1 7 X ,LA 1 , - , sf -pe :ff X 3 .Q 5 X - V gl v . V ,, wg, 'ff X, , r m X 5 ' - yf- XXX 5 wg, X. N, ' , - . R m f Q wgisiwf "Q 5 J' ' .fx "M ' .lift s XX5 gg, H nf- -' '- ? 'fr l X Q 'X Y me ' 'W K 2 L' ' , XA A H fx U 1 H my - ' A ' WN if X 'W' 1 wife. 4 J X K v f ff X X N f. -1 .. 4 -X-1 mx if Xb X - A X fi .s S GLEE CLUB Glee Club is a girls' choral group which holds two practice periods each week. ln public appearances they look very trim and neat in dark skirts and white blouses. Front Row: L. Worcester, S. Loose, C. Chipukites, T. Haag, M. VonHorn, N. Madok, P. Turner, S. Weinstein, S. Page, D. Gainer, M. McCroy, B. Scott, J. Heathcote, K. Kelly, M. Barr, P. Towell. Second Row: Mr. Beck, Directory B. Well- man, S. Roe, D. Cummons, S. Hultz, S. Schilling, Treasurer: R. Elzey, S. Heinzerling, M. Gill, B. Boyd, K. Sand, D. Roe, S. Latum, B. Eddy. Third Row: B. Fielder, C. Gembka, J. Stith, L. Peterson, B. Donohue, M. Braun, J. Purcell, L. Buterbaugh, Secretary: P. Dumfee, B. Kristoff, B. Leslie, K. Nelson, P. Sparr, K. Smith, President: D. Schoen, C. Gembka. Fourth Row: K. King, V. Goplet, R. Mihalis, L. Best, J. Wilson, J. Ruby, C. McKay, G. Dumke, N. Swan, K. DeFazio,- J. Mills, H. Feher, L. Greenholtz, D. Cantley, M. Robinson. Fifth Row: M. Murrell, Y. Lawson, P. Greene, S. Perkins, M. Myers, B. Starr, C, Pleska, L. Brown, K. Hamister, D. Crowther, S. Hewitt, M. Schneider, M. Hagins, P. Mull, L. Schmittgen, D. Scholle, C. Burrell, K. Northcutt. FBESHIVIAN CHORUS Front Row: S. Jones, S. Meyers, J. Reynhout, M. Meyer, M. Washka, C. Neighbour, M. Meyne, P. Myers, E. Fowery P. Abahazi, J. Zak, S. Jalowiec. Second Row: B. Gingery S. Roberts, J. Baumhardt, C. Updike, D. Thompson, S. Bruce K. Kemery, C. DeMarco, V. Rock, P. Myers, J. Horrocks, S Taylor, M. Griffiths. Third Row: B. Bruce, J. Findley, K Gruen, M. Dickie, S. Schmittgen, S. Bechtel, M. Goodman 1 1 P. Fikes, L. Rubin, J. Fowkes, M. Pasadyn, J. Kuss, M Shreve, E. Terry. Fourth Row: M. Campbell, L. Rieth, D Walker, J. Piatt, D. Bieske, J. Buswell, T. Fosselius, D McRvena, D. Fox, C. Burkhard, G. Traskvinski, D. Simmons S. Austin, C. Fitzwater, S. Braund, S. Jaffe. Fifth Row Mr. Beck, Director: D. Fell, B. Adams, R. Brekelbaurn, D Prunty, K. Mazel, L. Luther, B. Miller. Absent: J. Howard OFFICERS Front Row: Hcrold Mischko, Vice-President: Mark Fczey, President. Second Row: Jeanette Moyes, Treasurer: Pot 1 Woodings, Secretary. Third Row: Tom Kowolik, Librarian: Pete Enyeort, Historian. ELYHIA HIGH Mr. Wolters, right, and Mr. Decker, left, direct E.H.S. bands of which we ore so proud. 122 NIARCHING BAND Front Row: Mr. Decker, Assist- ant Director, Mr. Walters, Direc- tor. Second Row: R. Hollis, W. Ogle, S. Keith, B. Thompson, T. Christian, N. Lundberg, G. Hecht, B. Jones. Third Row: J. Rogers, H. Haskins, J. Hoff M. Fazey, A. Cantwell, D. Meyers, A. Cady, W, Reed. Fourth Row: T. Kowalik, C. Zacharias, E. Rider, R. Nemeth, J. Ott, D. Rust, G. Carrothers, P. Woodings. Fifth Row: J. Becker, E. Steinberg, G. Stone, J. Komko, S. Miller, C, Firestone, T. Lutz, D. Janisko. Sixth Row. P. Enyeart, R. Darby, R. Hodge, D. St. Peter, S. Smith, D. Kelly, L. Chambers, G. Miraben. Seventh Row: D. Mika, G. Gimben, H. Mertz, B. Puder, T. Christian, H. Brown, C. Merrill, W. Novak. Eighth Row: N. Pfeiffer, J. Lance, K. Krieg, P. Flowers, A. Hoffman, S. Heinzerl- ing, B. Francis, D. Petersen. Ninth Row: M. Lance, C. Weich, J. Lautenschleger, J. Miller, S. Baum, D. Wence, N. Householder, S. Berke. Tenth Row: D. Garrett, M. Fredericks, S. Elliott, S. Schulhof, C. Harmon, J. Keller, R. Gingery, M. Cheesman. Eleventh Row: T. Haury, W. Rorick, T. Weisicki, J. Turek, R. Crozier, R. Vincent, D. Yearly. MAJORETTES Jeanette Moyes, Rosalie Nemes, Sherill Miller, Har- old Mischka, Drum Maier: Sandy Nagy, Gayle Mcln- tosh, Sheila Roe. 5 . 5 A 'aw . gfsc Q J psf w Xl- sr Q un' "" A -1 P i 'S . ,. K 234 k'-: .. afar: XSS im , f W W 5 X 3 -f f A ,B . W. W s , I A Qt Q W ,. K1 fiif Ay i E X N X 5 g W 5 , U Q 55 ,wg r X i wa Wa, ' X , ' X W 7 vi 4 Y i 'E 5 Mn., kb, 'NM XXX ., E Q, 'X' 5 WMM - S sv 5 m4',x PYNM X, N Hb, Nh' Q, as N S ' ' ...nw-n.,,L W ,,W.,,,,,,,,..m,, ,um ' . W 1 a""X M, 4 X 85 f dggi q : L im ggxfwf,--X Xf- ixkx a My - X Y 1 X x ' ,. A A L f- ' f- -' .- . 7' K K K - L A CONCERT BAND CADET BAND Since last year, every section of the Cadet Band has gained many more musicians. But the number of students who belong to this organization is not nearly as important as the benefit they derive as members of this Qroup. First Row: C. Sanders, S. Ott, M. Town- er, K. Blaine, K. Harrington, M. Meyne, K. Robinson, S. Hobbard. Second Row: E. Kirkhart, G. Bailosky, R. Brecken- ridge, W. Miller, F. Reuter, W. Murray, D. Pallas, P. Arenz, M. Tamm, D. Ruhl, D. Sieker, S. McDonald, M. Woolfork. Third Row: P. Kirkpatrick, C. Smith, P. Huston, Mr. Decker, Director: P. B ntz T Miller J Strohsack D Dan er e 1 - 1 - 1 1 Q ' field, J. Harmon, D. Jackson, B. Wash- ington, R. Goppelt, L. Williams. Absent: D. Schmely. 125 OFFICERS On Floor: Millie Towner, Secretary. Seated: Larry Williams, President: Carol Smith, Librarian: Pat Kirkpatrick, Li- brarian. Standing: Doug Dangerfield, Treasurer. 43 as - . 4 55 ff ,x . E n g! L-QQ -'wmnu-w v 4 , K il:.'.i"'... - - 13 '9..,,,,4 ,. 191' Q 1 YN 2 3 X . BOOST "Entering from the south door of the gym is the Elyria High School Boosters' Club!" These are the words that herald the advance of this spirited group whose cheering voices inspire their basketball team on to another victory. They also ERS' CLUB form for the football games and aid the cheer- leaders by learning special yells and participating in pep assemblies. Fellow students can recognize this group by the special buttons which they proudly wear. Front Row: M. Meyer, S. Schmittgen, J. Baumhardt, K. Gunke, S. Morris, Vice-President: Mrs. Newell, Adviser: B. Starr, President, K. Moore, Secretary-Treasurer, D. Kuss. Second Row: S. Orr, S. Brown, V. Tillman, K. Nelson, M. Goodman, M. Hancock, N. Abookire, S. Schilling, P. Towell. Third Row: K, Gruen, C. Sanders, S. Folley, C. Edmonds, H. Krueger, J. Fowkes, S. Freeman, R. McNeal, M. Allgood. Fourth Row: L. Rieth, H. Feher. V. Goppelt, E. Lowery, J. Shores, P. Teller, D. Mitchell, C. Smith. Fifth Row: V. Rock, S. Jaffe, J. Ruby, P. Lagonier, J. Ellis, E, Crozier, C. McKay, B. Lawson, B. Kristoff. Sixth Row: J. McCain, M. Tamm, l. Dean, M. Dickie, M. Woshka, J. Kuss, M, Meyer, J. Findling. Absent: G. Taylor, B. Butti, W. Rod- man, D. Cummons, C. Meyer, J. Stith, K. Smith, C. Pleska, S. Beckett. The members of Boosters' Club are being led to their seats by Mrs. Newell and the cheerleaders. f . 1 V i A . , j fs. .VW X., X-59,1 A ,eff ,ig ., ' l xx, , 4 - yr i i , KM F' 4, I I J KX .. W ' j eq KJ QT , - A A A Nj . . . 4- N' rf. w-1 f i ' r . xg' 1 +' t x lx ' -. I . - X .Y ix- , -. - 'I W N X if ' iw WW PV - .x ,A , ,Ll X, ., ,y Q - , , s- xx 1' f ,z J l X - lr' l X7 X W "' ' 7' i ir N 1 i J ' ' f "" Nav ,' - . L X. X X ,A x il. xqx V X 4 -X 5? A if ,. . . - ,. 1 X . , ,l K V . ., rs W! QKN R . J X . v-- V . , I I, . tx U x K- Q5 x yi X Q- A A . 2 W, K l fx .xx X-X, vs N XM X Wg., I xjx uni' V X 14 kxlm A l ll X . N7 V f X Abounding in vim, vigor, and vitality, the Elyria High School cheerleaders act as doctors injecting spirit and enthusiasm into their fellow classmates. By planning pep rallies and leading yells at the games and at assemblies, they help the student body back the team. Kathie Gaines, Jackie Purcell, Judy Jalowiec, L. Buter- baugh, Debbie Kuss, Gail Crawford, Pat Turner. JU N IOR VARSITY With the hope of one day becoming varsity cheerleaders, the members of the Junior Varsity Squad practice diligently. They participate in the pep assemblies and cheer during the reserve games. Front Row: Sally Dyke, Sue Jalowiec, Janet Kuss. Second Row: Janie Baumhardt, Carol Huston, Jill Dillman. Third Row: Marcia Meyer, Phyllis Murphy. . 129 LEADERS' GROUP Dressed in their fresh red and white uni- forms, the members of Leaders' Group greatly aid in the gym classes by taking attendance, demonstrating skills, refereeing, and checking showers. The leaders study the rules and tech- niques of various games at their meetings. Th annual Red and White Basketball Game is one of the highlights of their busy schedule. Throughout the four quarters, tension mounts until the final whistle blows, and weeks of earn- est practice culminate in a victory for one of the hard fighting teams. In the spring the leaders have fun by as- sisting at the junior high school play days' and participating in a day of games with the Leaders' Groups from the other Buckeye Conference schools. Front Row: M, Booth, S. Dudley, C. Binggelli, P. Wirth, E. Nichols, K. Gaines, Vice-President: Mrs. Newell, Adviser: J. Jaroch, President: J. Hancock, Sports Chairman: G. Roka, Secretory: J. Heuser, S. Papp, E. Pearce, L. Moran. Second Row: B. Schmittgen, J. Taylor, H, Shepherd, N. Briton, J, Mahar, S. Stoyke, J. Frankfather, M. Cheesman, C. Banik, C. Jezewski, P. Bodmann, V. Heidlberg, P. Orvis, A. Ever- hort, B. Gunderson, P. Crum. Third Row: K. Crozier, M Hanson, C. Seobold, S. Goldsmith, J. Moos, M. Stephan, R Papenbrock, M. Lautenschleger, S. Prentice, E. Anthony, L. Tite, P. Simon, M. Forbes, D. Kuss, N. Orr. Fourth Row: K. Moore, B. J. Howell, B. Brekelboum, B. Spike, C. Morgan, C. Gow, J. Schmittgen, D. Cammarn, L. Owen, E. Spike, P. Popp, C. Young, S, Terrell, J. Bishop, J. Jalowiec, Absent: P. Ballas, D. Burill, Treasurer: G. Crawford, P. Enyeart, P. Fitch, S. Kelner, S. Lees, C. Mansfield, D, Moore, J. Moore, J. Moyes, C. Norris, S. Roberts, J. Shenefelt, J. Shilling, S. Varga. June Jaroch, Judy Jalowiec, Penny Crum, and Debbie Kuss, members of Leaders' Group, are learning the art of fencing. COACHES The success of the Athletic Department de- pends largely on the efforts of the coaches. Their effect on the boys is seen, not only in the athletic skill of the groups they instruct, but al- so in the development of their character. Right: Mr, Doon, Basketball Coach Below, Front Row: Mr. Reichenbach, Athletic Directory Mr. Reichenbach, Head Mr. Barton, Head Football Coach. Mr. Rakestraw, Mr. Zvosec, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Barton. Second Row: Mr. Sheldon, Mr. Hersman, Mr. Sweigard, Mr. Messaros, Mr. Slager, Mr. Doan. La Coast it -+3 fx, A-. ATHLETIC OFFICE WORKERS The Athletic Office Workers are kept busy during the lunch periods selling tickets to football and basketball games. In addi- tion, they do many other chores in the Athletic Office during the day. Seated: Penny Enyeart. Standing: Lo- reen Tite, Lorelei Owen, Marg Hanson. Absent: Darlene Burill, Carol Norris, Pam Vondemark, Joan Shilling, Jane Gottfried. sc -I I' inf .r 'fr' 1 7 l .Jw mf, . ii.-:SP 7.2 A GOLF Oberlin V2 Elyria l5V2 Sandusky 8 Elyria 8 Medina 3 Elyria l3 Lorain 7 Elyria 9 Sandusky O Elyria l6 Berea 0 Elyria I6 Fremont UM Elyria ZW Ashland HW Elyria lb FIELD DAY: Elyria 35l, Sandusky 356, Fremont 358, Lorain 359, Findlay 380, Marion 416. DISTRICT MATCH: Cleveland Benedictine 340, Parma l958 SPRING 342, Elyria 345. ULTS: 5 wins-2 losses--l tie ' Buckeye Conference Champions 4 we' Kneeling: Jack Moyes. Standing: Mike Bashak, Jim Jones, Bill Madden, Butch Perkins, Coach Russ Doan. Left: Jack Moyes of Elyria hoists the flag for Jim Thom of Sandusky while Paul McBride of Findlay watches the Buckeye Conference medalist putt. Thom carne home with on 80, but Elyria won the conference title. Moyes received a DECA Club trophy for being the best golfer last year. Other trophy winners were Jack Bolinski, tops in baseball, Paul Walker, No. l tennis player, and Tom Doan, ace trackman. TRACK Front Row: Bauer, Mgr. Enyedy, Murray, Sabo, Bush, Carter, Bowen, l-lildreth. Second Row: Reeser, Small- wood, Leboda, Kihm, Lehmen, Fishman, Davis, Lewis, Mgr. Shilling, Mgr. Fleisher. Third Row: Head Coach Barton, Arvay, Mayhew, Younkin, Carter, Doan, Got- tfried, Lengel, Hill, Russell, Rorick, Turek, Messaros, Assistant Coach Zvosec. Back Row: Wigginton, Rock. Ashiqnd 44M Elyria 73M Wadsworth 33 Elvfifl 49 Medino 3IV2 Elyria 93 Lorain 66 . Midview 22V2 Lorain 62 Elyria 56 Sandusky 722A Elyria 45V3 Fairview 38M FIELD DAY: Marion 95M, Sandusky 42, Lorain 34W Elyria 33, Fremont llV2, Findlay 73A. RESULTS: 3 wins-3 losses. 132 Elyria 79V2 SPORTS Paul Walker ties into a mighty serve on his wav to the Buckeye Conference singles cham- pionship. Walker and Jim Guest were runners- up for the state doubles championship last year. Front Row: Kent Dawson, Larry Stark, Richie Poad. Back Row: Man- ager Biff Jones, Charlie Kelser, Paul Walker, Jim Guest, Bill Grant, Coach Jim Rakestraw. TENNIS Fremont O Elyria 7 Cleveland John Marshall l0 Elyria 5 Sandusky 0 Elyria 7 Berea 0 Elyrio 5 Cleveland St. lgnatius O Elyria 5 Cleveland West 0 Elyria 5 Lorain O Elyria 7 Lorain l Elyria 6 Cleveland Rhodes O Elyria 5 Sandusky l Elyria 6 Fi"1dl0Y O Elyria 7 University School 3 Elyria 2 Results: l l wins - l loss Buckeye Conference Champions Cleveland League Western Division Champions Greater Cleveland League runners-up Front Row: Dave Huiett, Jim Olmsted, Al Noster, Jack Bolinski, Bill Latta, Bill Gast, Ken Nemeth, Bob Pesti. Back Row: Assistant Coach Clete Sweigard, Brian Hays Melvin Taylor Tom Smith Steve Bako Chuck Redin ton Bill Mrukow- f I I I 9 I ski, Tom Daniels, Dick Novak, Head Coach Ray Wilson. BASEBALL Midview 2 Wellington l Barberton 3 Borberton 2 Lorain 0 RESULTS: 8 wins District Champions Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria l loss. l0 Lorain 23 Midview 4 Rocky River 9 Garfield Heights 2 3 3 Elyria O 5 Elyria 8 l4 Elyria ll El ' 2 yrlo Bill Mrukowski, lanky Pioneer first baseman, has quite a stretch but not enough to spear this high throw by John Zaffer in the seventh inning of Elyria's 9-2 victory over Borberton. 133 4 VARSITY Front Row: J. Zaffer, B. Mrukowski, B. Hays, R. Small- wood, A. Sabo, T. Shepherd, J. White, D. Hodge. Second Row: P. Schilling, R, Perkins, C. Bowen, D. Lehman, J. Jones, J. Varga, G. Freeman, A. Fleisher. Third Row: D. Beal, R. Remshak, D. Disbrow, M. Taylor, D. Bush, S. Len- It "' Pt gli: ? S f fm'W-rrse.iKrlrffffi-I-1.ff 1 is X iv W ix- 'l A I F L' I A -,gf . . J A155-K3-LQ' lst Q , ,Aix ' 1 gel, R. Poad, W. Rock. Fourth Row: H. Murray, J. Comstock J. Strauss, C. Chipukites J. Staskiews, W. Younkln, B. Lotta Fifth Row: F. Wigginton, P. Orndorff, K. Aebie, L. Hill B. Newman, J. Schneider, R. Russell. Sixth Row: G. Taft, B Carter, D. Peters, B. Mitchell, J. Schneider, G. Mclntosh EHS has broken some old jinxes. This year's football squad was the best in ll years, and it won at Lorain field for the first time since l944. The brilliant backfield and pounding line came through with a combination that was beaten only once. r Elyria West Tech. O Elyria Sandusky O Elyria Lakewood 14 Elyria Cuyahoga Falls 0 Elyria Marion Harding 22 Elyria Fremont Ross 20 Elyria Findlay O Elyria Cleveland East 0 Elyria Lorain 8 134 nesfnve ,M Front Row: D. Dumke, P. Hill, H. Smallwood, B. Madden, Coach Cletus Sweigard, W. Swain, D. Poling, N. Tilberg, E. Buttle, M. Monk, R. Fluker. Second Row: Manager K. Wil- F.' Hall, S. Fenick, E. Zack, D. Bauer, R. Ruthledge, Manager lets, J. Shupp, S. Walters, R. Volk, D. Holliday, J. Patton, D. Barnes. Fourth Row: R. Redington, D. Davies, T. Fawkes, D. Edwards, B. Naegele, P. Carte'r, T. Sabo. Third Row: Head S. Walker, D. Thomson, D. McGee, B. Hall, J. Droge. FRESH MEN . ,i s-... 3 , ,, A sys if: ..-J Front Row: K. Dick, B. Jackson, C. Altheide, D. Nelson, G. McAena, R. Smith, B. Bastik, R. Bukoff, Terry Doon, W. Mills, R. Burnett, D. Prunty, S. Hays, B. Adams. Second Church. Fourth Row: C. Curtis, J. Brekelbaum, F. Brown, Row: S. Zvosecz, G. Shreves, B. Hambley, D. Takacs, S. Ar- D. Graham, B. Rosado, W. Pack, G. Howell, G. Lander, D. aco, C. Burkhardt, G. DeJarnett, J. Wircenski, N. Hughes. Reichenbach. Fifth Row: C. Robinson, L. Hubbell, D. Bolger, Third Row: B. Jones, W. Williams, J. Gentile, D. Brown, D. L. Folley, B. Meyer, B. Staskiews, J. Atkinson. 135 The blur of action against the contrasting sharpness of Bill Mrukowski Joe White the background reveals the speed and impact of football. SENIOR COACH BILL BARTON 3 Fullback Bill Mrukowski shows the rough and tumble play of football in the team's drive against West Tech. Jim Comstock Fred Wigginton Jack Strauss John Zaffer Allan Fleisher Dennis Lehman Brian Hays sax Nm., 136 LETTERIVIEN Bob Neuman Jim Schneider I X Dick Smallwood Walt Rock The backs are blurred in their lightning fast pass in the Sandusky game. With the help of his teammates Mrukowski attempts to break away from the Fremont players. Jim Jones Gary Taft Pete Shilling I 3 N V1 e If A ...,, - 1 ff? , . is ' .. :-i 1-- 137 .T ...- wk- I -. 9 . . , Q . -. Q, X S -,iii bbs. 'sw Bill Latta ,aw Ha Tom Shepherd I Bill Carter Gary Freeman D N l As shown here, the mony moods of Coach Reichenboch express the rigors ond the stress of piloting o basketball team to championship ploy. 1' 1 fx? -wo. n....,,, In ,1 SENIOR ik. it A 1 , A vi 'N N e YE? Walt Rock Brian Hoys Jim Guest A weird dance? No, just a long reach for the jump ball in the opening game of the season. I B VARSITY Front Row: Brian Hays, Hilton Murray, Bill Gast, Ritchie Poad, Tom Shepherd, Jim Jones. Second Row: Mr. Hers- man, Coach: Bill Madden, Steve Lengel, Bill Mrukowski, Walt Rock, Jim Guest, Sam Davis, Mr. Reichenbach, Head Coach. "They make it look so easyl" That is the sentiment expressed by many at E.H.S. student after another exciting basketball game. Little is known of the time and hard work put into an evening's practice to perfect the game at the end of each week. The continuing success of each of Elyria High's teams is due to expert training at the hands of the respective coaches and prac- tice, practice, and more practice. Strict train- ing rules reign and more time is spent' on study- ing. Such is the daily work of an Elyria High School basketball player, but in the end it is a perfection that brings championships to the school, and in the end it still looks easy. SCORES Elyria North Olmsted 61 Elyria Mansfield Elyria Lakewood 28 Elyria Marion Elyria Akron Hower 33 Elyria Findlay Elyria Berea 52 Elyria Fremont Elyria Findlay 44 -Elyria Akron East Elyria Fremont 28 Elyria Lorain Elyria Norwalk 30 Elyria Ashland Elyria Lorain 64 Elyria Sandusky Elyria Sandusky 50 Elyria Marion 'I40 RESERVE ERESHV Front Row: Mel Taylor, Steve Hays, Dick Roberts. Second Row: Larry Stark, Bill Jackson, George Cook, Dave Metzger, Lee Johnson, Bill Madden, Hilton Murray, Mr. Hersmon, Coach. N "A" TEAM Front Row: Roddy Bukoff, Bill Bristow, Terry Doon, Clair Altheide, Dick Nielson. Second Row: Ralph-Gruen, Dick Tell, Ray Nedwick, Bill Evanich, Ken Dick, Bob Clark, Tony Gollardo, Bill Jones, Mr. Slager, Coach. 141 ........--M L 4 W 6 ff S ,, . rg, 5 , I 1 N, 4, 1 I 461 ':!'+. "' 1? .IQ-K1 4 Mff is 'ig f mAb, 1+ 1' wg-e ::"'f 1 E 1 ' , X I' , .W D-1 ' 4 0 1 .1 M1 , Y, 4,4 11+ W. ig' 'qw f-:F ,f U5 342,51 K 1 f 1 .. 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When merchants of our town see students holding jobs, wisely saving and spending their own money, they fully realize the buying power of the average teen- ager. These businessmen are aware of the value of advertising in our student publica- tions, and we wish to thank them- for their support. 1 BlNNlNGER'S JEWELRY Traub Orange Blossom Rings-All Famous Make Watches 385 Broad Street Walk Upstairs and Save Congratulations K. D. CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractors 490 Cleveland Street Elyria Safety For Your Savings With Higher Earnings 3M'Xn -Current lnterest Rate-3MfXJ Loans To Build, Buy, or Quality Men's Clothing Remodel Homes I and Home of Cabin Sport Shop THE NORTHERN SAVINGS I Shoes TOO 106 Middle Ave. Phone FA 2-ll24 Middle Ave. and Second Street J , S 144 BEAUTIFUL FURS . . That are best suited for the school girl Expert - Restyling Repairing, Cleaning Maybe mother's old fashioned coat has modern possibilities for you . . . Consult us . . . Free esti- KOPLIN DRUG STORE Lodi Street At New "57" Elyria Ohio Best Wishes l'T1CJ'I'eS From The ELYRIA FURNITURE CO. 582 W. Broad Street VISIT FU RS Our fraduate Custom Designer Huge 6-FIOOI' DISIDICIYS 569 W Brood Stu FA 2-7925 3 Room Outfits Our Specialty 5388. up - Up To Three Years To Pay - J. R. DALL FORD SALES I OO Broad Street Ci Deal with Dall" Elyria, Ohio 145 AND CO The Best For Less Smce 1886 328 Broad Street Phone FA 3 3111 BEAR FURNITURE Elyrla Lonan Sheffield Shoppmg Center Best W zshes To The Class 0 1959 W 1' 'k You To Future Success KARL W PLOCHER 901 Lorman County Bank Bldg Elyria Ohlo ' f Life Insurance Savings Can Help Serving those who place quality first David E. Neigl1 lnour Photographer 153 Emerson Court FA 2-4037 J Vgllflf 5' 'l The Chronicle - Telegram N yy dj!! Cf ls A symbol Of The f' FREEDOM So QW' if Precious To All 09? ,l Jn Americans! sf' M X elf C fy? fl, K UV fl!! 4' The presses roll . . . the newspaper hits the ' street . . . and once again if Americans can read ALL ,MQ the news, presented truth- ' T ',,ly0f'f"' 'lf ' fully and without censorship. Mp! V1 fl " T Af ffl That's because this is America, if ff" C l , f If ,li ,l where freedom of the press is j-J j if il, M- ' j I one of the principles underlying M A llyff' . ' , JW, our democracy. j I 'l i' V' A ' 4 5. ' Your right to know, a constitu- 1 ' ff! l iffh f. ' I Mgiona guarantee, is based on a mili- yi ,fs X ,Ji ff jj ntly ree press. D A T ,, ' i, ' ,iff 1 , ,I v0 ,ll IXJJ il iff M la ' Jn f l i ' ivv. Y 5 X 3 Youn RIGHT ,AW ro KNOW.. C0lIS'I'll'IITl0lIll CHRONICLE TELEGRAM 6' I 'The Family Newspaper" 147 I You're never in doubt when you deal with I PROIIT CHEVROLET 112 East Bridge Street Elyria, Ohio Phone FA 2-4695 Parts and Service Open Weekdays Till l A.M. GEORGE HERMANN Headquarters for THE BELL CO. Home of Fine for ApplIGnCeS 81 TeleVlSlOn Young Men and Men who want to Stay Young 365 East Bridge Street Elyria, Ohio 501 Broad St. O'Neil's Sheffield Shopping Center HAROLD DICKEN FUNERAL HOME Cadillac Invalid Service lDay or Night! 323 Middle Ave. FA 2-3224 7 Serving Elyria Since T872 THE SAVINGS DEPOSIT BANK AND TRUST COMPANY EIyrio's olclest bank with the newest look 341 Broad St. Depot St. Member F.D.I.C. WAYS FIRST QUALITY H. AND R. AUTO PARTS CO. EIyria's complete automotive supply center II6 East Bridge Street Congratulati THE ELYRIA SUPERIOR Charles Wentz William Went Y, from ENNEY , P ' AL I ' is f Ely Oh I I 329 I Bro d St ' , , ,,, LIKLY - ROCKET, INC. Congratulations To The Class Of 1959 From Lugggge - Trunks .- Gifts Elyria's Oldest Jewelers Handbags - Brief Cases loo Years l859 - i959 "For luggage and gifts It's LlKLY'S,' Broad Street Elyria, Ohio With the aid of our diamondscope you are assured of qual- Congratulations WY Of the diamond you purchase. to the Class of 1959 from Select and Register Your Silver, China WARE VENDING CO. and Glosswme' Q PLAN TODAY FOR TOMORROW Congratulations ,JZJJA7 , f af,41fA 72 :- and Best Wishes lem me f-aff 4101 ffm- 4 4 LC? 9'f'?-1"""Y- - Wmdjl' to H19 ffia Jian A-'25 A dwwzb ,pf Class of ,f,ff'QfA6 lL!,HffL-QV 0 The Ridge Tool Company, Elyria, Ohio 151 I" "Visit us at our new location" PARSCH LUMBER COMPANY 40 East Ave. fformerly New York passenger station? CENTRAL BOOK STORE is-g g i THE FITCH ca. Q - i 9 Featuring lj -Q at Hart Schaffner 81 Marx and 315 Broad sneer FA 2-7729 The Hsons Shopn for BOYS 517 Broad St. FA 2-3424 Uf ff" J M Jrse+L-M-1-NME, V v Q Q 152 YOUNG HARDWARE F l Complete line of hardware and paint I 450 Cleveland Street EM 6-2631 WILMOT PRINTING COMPANY An Elyrio Business Since 1924 229 Temple Court Phone FA 2-9626 Elyrio, Ohio MADARA CREAMERY INC. 901 Eost Ave. Elyrio, Ohio BOTAMER FLORIST The Florist on the Corner of Park Place and Clark Street Elyrio, Ohio 153 The Perfect Gift For The Groduote A Fine Wotch From MILTON'S A Lorge Selection From Which To Choose. f.-. WALTER'S SHOES SUDRO-CURTIS FUNERAL HOME ll4 Second Street Elyria, Ohio H. C. Curtis, Owner Headquarters for American Girl Shoes Elyria Oberlin For The Finest Congratulations Office Machines Furniture from Supplies - Service . Lorian County's deelzl 'nc' Brand Name Distributors BAKER's ' Imperial - Chrysler - Plymouth Over 27 years service Opposite Sears lot Free parking I in i I i i ' 1 1 THE BROWN CO. Printers and Lithographers THE TOGGERY Luther Mohler, Manager Men and Boys' Wear ff'- ' M FA 2-4928 350 Broad sf 7 .E va 1 4 Z6 ,lv-'-'rw---yr 1 g ba. 111235 Q 1 EQ 10 . 714 Ml' I MOELK SALES Established 1905 577 Broad Sf- 1061 Reid Ave Elyriql O, Lorain, O 217 Lodi Street E'Y"i0 PACKINGHOUSE ELYRIA MOTORS, INC. 115- H7 West Ave. Elyria' Ohio 565 Broad Street POE?'AiilxVQ QL" ELYRlA's QUICK SERVICE MEAT MARKET A060 , IW! ?7 P' Make Our Bank ggi? Your Bank THE EORIAN COUNTY SAVINGS 8. TRUST CO. Elyria Amherst 155 Mb 0' 0 photography 132 MIDDLE AVE. ELYRIA, OHIO Class of 1929 or- Class of 1959 School "horseplay" remains the some when having pictures taken by the School photog- rapher. Special credit in helping to make this picture: - l929 Packard Roadster, Classic Car Club of America. - Raccoon coat worn by Brian Hays was loaned by Mrs. Marion Sanner. -Throwing water on the three cheerleaders having their picture taken is Jon Pankoff. From Left to Right: School Photographer Gordon De Lo Vars Debbie Kuss, Gayle C rowford ' Vi.. 9 Mft .ms U53 as 4 0 ff . RQ1 ummm Nw TOWN N COUNTRY LOUISVILLE TITLE INSURANCE CO. 318 I9 Elyrna Block Complete Tltle Servuce Hngrutuluhnns Elyms Fmest to the graduotmg class or Laundry and Dry Cleanung Wlth Drlve In Service Phone EM 6 7833 R G LLOYD Lumber and Garages Our Specnalnty 940 Cleveland Street l349 Lake Ave Elyrna Ohno PARIDISE EM 6 455I 6 2l Where F rzends Meet Elyrla Ohno 521 Broad Street Elyrna Ohlo S I F SUPPLY CO. - ,J .,I,, - - EM -34 L.. 'IRR 'I Best Wixbei to the Clan' of '59 THOMASSON'S POTATO ci-ups POPCORN PRETZELS Always Fresh . . .Always Crisp 206 Clark Street Phone FA 2-0223 Elyria, Ohio HESS AND HESS PHARMACIES Cosmetics Surgical Supplies Dietetic Foods Prescriptions Russell Stover Candies 148 Middle Ave. 112 Broad Street 616 Cleveland Street OHIO SCREW PRODUCTS Screw Machine Products Manufacturers 818 West Ave. Elyria, Ohio I........ A .. PHILLIPS DRUG STORE Howard 81 Bloom Successors Filling prescriptions is the most important part of our business. Phone FA 3-1524 507 Broad- Street Elyria, Ohio Prercriptiorz Specialist: i Congratulatiom Young Elyriam From Your B.F. Goodrich Smilage Headquarters THE B. F. GOODRICH STORE 123 Court Street ' Elyria, Ohio REICHLIN FUNERAL HOME Leonard P. and Peggy J. Reichlin 24 Hour Service 327 Cleveland Street Elyria, Ohio Phone EM 6-6771 Q Commerc'al lndustr al he H H F New Homes xx 1 T I T1 . MW. , GENE RESAR-BUILDER - - General Contractor ' !T FULTON'S BARBER SHOP Phone EM 6-0592 154 Woodbury Sf, t Q 609 Cleveland Street Syria' Oh Hal-Mike-Harold 'll I SAVE REGULARLY FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE W x y'y7E'N A 0563 W NT , Mfwtlbx so ' THE ELYRIA SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 160 ELYRIA BOWLING CENTER Ray Benson Jum Moran Restaurant and Bowlmg Phone FA 2 3429 225 Broad Street Elyrla Ohno THE BEITER LINE INC Stzll at Your Servzce 270 North Abbe Road O DONNELL S Elyria Loram Carpet Paunt Wallpaper Arhst Supplues 125 Lodi Street 916 Broadway MYERS MOTEL 38784 Center Rndge Road Phone EM 6 8001 A Rextful Place For Your Overflow of Guests CONCRETE MASON RY CORPORATION 708 West Street Concrete Block and Brnck Restressed Concrete Columns Beams Roof and Floor Slabs U . - 99 Phone EM 6-1481 EM 6-6411 A 161 OSCAR HASERODT 8g ASSOCIATES Diamond Cutters- Manufacturing Jewelers 505 Broad Street Phone FA 2-8228 ,Q -' "" .mtcwms 1--mam, A x0fXf'JVv g3QLQ,NL,Q UQQQCLDS. 0 Q-A H. N ti' CMQSAQSMN 0 this QMYLXRWQ To uw Smith-Corona Typewriters 'LQQLSQF LAUNDERTERIA QQ gwbwgqwfd, OJVQJJSULQ ml Electric Qnd Mqnugl llr33Ceder Street , Elyria, Ogio '-urge' ,Xa :cg dp y,mlQ,1XfpLQW',A Worlds First Electric Portable lx wif FQUsQHo5fE thttYfLQr sg-new QQQPQX-, WS at ELYRIA c au M N I I Best Wishes to the Class Of l959 607 Middle Avenue From lnear Sixth Streetl TH E ELYRIAN STAFF 162 vq flmlllfb 1 . .1 PATRONS -C 4. Quan. I p -In A "i"'S -. Created by Bill BERSON'S BROWNIE FURNITURE CARIEER SHOPPE ERB RADIO 81 T.V. THE FASHION SHOPPE KAMM'S LITTLE JOE'S ELECTRIC Huiett "I'm Peppy Page, the 1959 Elyrian mascot. It gives me great pleasure to introduce the businesses and firms who have potronized the 1959 Elyria High School yearbook. This is truly a fine example of community co-oper- ation." V J. N. RASSLER REALTY SCHLATHER INSURANCE SEGHY NUT SHOP C. VAL SPICER REALTY WALKERS SERVICE STATION WASSERMAN'S TUXEDO RENTAL TAILORING WEISS SHOES INC. ZENMARS SENIOR ACTIVITIES AND INDEX ABBE, CYNTHIA E., 319 Middle Ave., Classical, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Pub. Salesman 1, 2, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Boosters' Cub I-3, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 36, 110, 118 AEBIE, KENNETH F., 168 Courtland St., Industrial Ed., Foot- ball 1-3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Physics Club 4, pp. 36, 115, 119, I34 ALLEN, CAROLYN J., 210 Bellfield Ave., General, A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Elyrian 2, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, Y-Teens 1, 4, pp. 36, 119 ANDERSON, RAYMOND A., 3112 W. River St., Industrial Ed., Football 1, A.l,A. 3, 4, pp. 36 ANTHONY, ELIZABETH W., 119 Columbus St., Classical, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Red 8. White Game 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Orchestra 1-4, V-Pres. 4, String Ensemble 2-4, Elyrian 2, Pub. Salesman 3, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4, V-Pres. 3, Distinction Day, Ways 8. Means Com. Co-Chm. 4, pp. 36, 45, 95, 110,. 116, 117,118,1l9.130 BAKSA, DOROTHY E., 217 Beech St., Business Ed., Base- ball l, Bowling 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus, Office Asst. 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Pres., Boosters' Club 3, Red Cross 3, Jr. Achievement 4, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 36, 97, 110 BANISTER, JEAN A., 223 E. 15th St., Classical, Baseball 2, 3, Bowling 4, Hockey 2, All School Play Crew 4, Orchestra 1-4, Co-Concertmistress 4, Co-Pres. 4, String Ensemble 2-4, Players' Club 4, Boosters' Club 2, Red Cross 3, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 2-4, Distinction Day, Homeroom Coll, 4, pp. 36, 57, 96, 110, 113, 116, 117 BARNES, MARGARET L., 327 S. Maple St., General, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Y-Teens 1, pp. 36 BASHAK, MICHAEL, 456 17th St., Scientific, Basketball 1, Football 1-3, Golf 2, 3, Track I, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 2, 3, pp. 37, 132 BAUER, DENNIS E., 131 Bell Ave., Business Ed., Pub. Salesman 3, Cafeteria Wkr. 2-4, F.B.L.A. 4, D.EE.C.A. 4, pp. 37, 94, 97 BEAL, NANCY M., 1331 Gulf Rd., General, Bowling 2, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4: DP- 37 BEARD, H. CURTIS, 72 Riverside Homes, General, pp. 37 BECKER, GERALD A., 707 Park Ave., Classical, Fr. Chorus, Concert Band 2-4, Marching Band 1-4, Pub. Salesman 2, Monitor 4, French Club 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achieve- ment 3, 4, V-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Pres. 1, 2, Distinction Day, Boys' Distinction Day Com. 4, pp. 37, 52, 92, 107, 123, 124 BELL, PATRICIA K., 556 Washington Ave., Scientific, Bowl- ing 2, 4, All School Play Crew 3, 4, Sr. Class Play Crew 3, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, 4, Library Asst. 1, 2, Monitor 4, Math Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Boosters' Club 3, Y-Teens l, 3, 4, pp. 37, 92, 110, 112, 113 IEMBOWER, MOLLY, 134 Denison Ave., Classical, Basket-- ball 1, 2, Bowling 1-4, Hockey 2, A Cappella Choir 2-4, Fr. Chorus, Cadet Band 1, Pub. Salesman 2, 4, French Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4, Secy. 2, Distinction Day, Color Com. 4, pp. 37, 40, 95, 110, 118 BENTON, RONALD L., 106 Hillsdale Ct., Scientific, Football 1, Movie Wkr. 3, Projectionist 2, 3, Cafeteria Wkr. 4, Chem. Club 3, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4, Hi-Y 2-4, pp. 37, 103, 107 BERG, JANICE A., 311 Yale Ave., Classical, All School Play 4, All School Play Crew 3, Sr. Class Play Crew 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Pub. Salesman BIESKE, CAROL A. 333 Oxford Ave., General, Bowling 1, 2, All School Play Crew 4, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus, Library Asst. 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Boosters' Club 2, Y- Teens 1, 4, Distinction Day, pp. 37, 95, 110, 113 BILLMAN, DANIEL L., 719 E. River St., Industrial Ed., Jr. Choir 2, Fr, Chorus, V.l.C. 3, 4, Secy. 3, 4, pp. 37, 105 BIXBY, JOYCE M., 263 Harwood St., Business Ed., Bowling 1, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Grade School Secy. 4, pp. 37 BODMANN, PATRICIA J., 1706 Lake Ave., Business Ed., Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 2, 3, Bowling 2, Hockey 2, Volley- ball 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Treas., Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, Y-Teens 1-4, Youth Council 2, 3' pp. 37, 97, 110, 119, 130 BOLDMAN, NANCY D., 204 Harrison St., General, Orches- tra 2-4,'Herald 4, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 2, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1956, pp. 37, 92, 117 gOLGER, DALE E., 116 School St., Industrial Ed., Monitor , pb. 37 BONN, CHARLES J., 133 Bellfield Ave., General, F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 4, pp. 37, 97 BOOTH, DONALD W., 240 Harwood St., Scientific, Base- ball 2, Football 3, Chem. Aide 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1956, pp. 37, 115 BOOTH, GERALD A., 416 W. 9th St., Scientific, Basketball 1, Football 1-3, Track 1-3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Pub. Salesman 2, 3, Chem. Club 3, Varsitv E 2, pp. 37, 60, 119 BORESKE, CAROLE A., 516 Park Ave., Fine Arts, Bowling 1, 2, Volleyball 1, Fr. Chorus, Monitor 4, Jr. Achievement 3, F.T.A, 2, Y-Teens 2, 4, pp. 37, 92 BOSNYAK. C. GARY, 1039 Gulf Rd., Scientific, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Distinction Day, pp. 38, 107 BOWSER, SUSAN M., 305 E. Broad St., General, Basketball 1, Jr. Chair 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Speech Squad 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, Distinction Day, Grade School Secy. 4, Sr. Prom Proaram Designer 3, pp. 38 BOYD, RONALD C., 125 Adelbert St., Scientific, Herald 1, 2, Chem. Club 4, pp. 38 BOYLAN, SALLY E., 308 Park Ave., Classical, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Elyrian 2, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Pres., Players' Club 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 1- 4, Youth Council 3, 4, Distinction Day, Ring Cam. 3, pp. 38, 99,109, 110, 113,119 BOYLE, LORETTA M., 701 East Ave., Business Ed, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, 3, Cafeteria Wkr. 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, pp. 38, 97 BREKELBAUM, BARBARA A., 928 Elywood Dr., Classical, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 4, Hockey 2, Tennis 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 4, Red 8. White Game 3, All School Play Crew 3, 4, Sr. Class Play Crew 3, Jr. Choir 3, Secy.-Treas., Fr. Chorus, Elyrian 3, 4, Pub. Salesman 2-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 3, 4, Announcer 4, Library Asst. 2, Secy., Movie Wkr. 3, Speech Squad 1, Honors Reading Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Boosters' Club 3, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Secy. 4, Buckeye Girls' State, Senior Princess, Color Com. 4, pp 14, 38, 40. 89, 93, 100, 109, 110, 130, 145 BROWN, CLEONA, 414 W. 13th St., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, French Club 3, Y-Teens 2-4, pp. 38, 110. BRUCE, ROBERT, 625 Hilliard Rd., Industrial Ed. A.l.A. 4, pp. 38, 104 BURILL, DARLENE M., 220 E. 15th St., Scientific: Bowling 1, Sr. Class Play Crew 3, Herald 1, 2, Athletic Office Wkr. 2-4, Latin Club 2: Leaders' Group 3, 4, Treas 3, 4, F.T.A. 2-4, Pres. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Pres. 3, Student Council 3, 4, Youth Council 3, 4: Class Treasurer 3, 4, pp. 27, 36, 38, 92. 96, 98.99, 110, 130, 131 BURNWORTH, JOHN C., 379 Hawthorne St., Business Ed., A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, D.E.C.A, 4, 1 CAMERON, WILLIAM A., 276 Boston Ave., General, Foot- ball 3? Play Crew 3, 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958' PP- CAMMARN, DIANE R., 3420 R.D. 2, S. Murray Ridge, Business Ed., Baseball 2, Bowling 1, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-4, F.B.L.A. 4, Leaders' Group 4, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 38, 97, 103, 110, 130 CARDER, ROBERT A., 444 W. 8th St., General, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958, pp. 38 CARMAN, KAREN J., 413 Earl Ct., Business Ed., Bowling 2, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-3, Spanish Club 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Boosters' Club 2, Y-Teens 1-4, Grade School Secy. 4, Distinction Day, Ways 8. Means Cam. 4, pp. 38, 45, 97, 110 CA tTER, WILLIAM H., 1150 E. River St., Scientific, Bas- ketball 1, Football 1-4, Track 1-4, Fr. Chorus, Pub. Sales- man 2-4, Chem. Club 3, Varsity E 2-4, Youth Council 1-3, pp. 38, 102, 132, 134, 137 CEBULA, SHEILA A., 328 N. Olive St., Business Ed., Vol- leyball 4, pp. 38 CHAMBERS, DARLENE F., 154 Fairlawn Ave., Business Ed., Bowling 3, Booster Club 3, pp. 38 CHAMBERS, LESTER, 6095 Ford Rd., General, Concert Band 1-4, Marching Band 1-4, pp. 38, 117, 123, 124 CHENEY, CAROLYN H., 202 Blaine St., General, Baseball 1, Basketball 4, Bowling 1, French Club 1-4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, pp. 39, 92, 94, 95, 96, 110 CHRISTENSEN, SHEILA M., 5770 Elyria Ave., Classical, Glee Club 2, 3, Fr. Chorus, Library Asst. 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2 ,3, Red Cross 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958, pp. 39, 95 CHRISTIAN, SHERRY R., 374 Rockfern Ave., Business Ed., Fr. Chorus, Cadet Band 1, Library Asst. 4, pp. 39, 95 CLAWSON, THOMAS S., 765 Washington Ave., General, D.E.C.A. 4, pp. 39 COMSTOCK, JAMES L., 343 Eastern Heights Blvd., General, Basketball 1, Football 2-4, Track 3, Varsity E 3, 4, D.E. C.A. 4, pp. 39, 93, 102, 134, 136 COTTON, DIANE M., 370 49th St., Business Ed., Tax Stamp Coll. 2, pp. 39 CRAWFORD, GAYLE E., R.D. 2, S. Murray Ridge Rd., Gen- eral, Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, Cheerleader 1-4, Fr. Chorus, Herald 3, Pub. Salesman 1, 3, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Announcer 4, Monitor 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Distinction Day, pp. 39, 92, 93, 97, 127, 129, 130, 156 CROMBIE, CAROLYN J., 577 Hilliard Rd., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Cafeteria Wkr. 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Red Cross 1, Y-Teens 3, pp. 39, 97 CROWLEY, NORA R., 207 Glenwood St., General, Volley- ball 4: Spanish Club 4, pp. 39 CROZIER, KAREN D., 1010 East Ave., Classical, Baseball 1, 2, Bowling 4, Sr. Class Play Crew 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Orchestra 2-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, Office Asst. 2, Latin Club 2, Leaders' Group 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Homeroom Coll. 4, pp. 39, 57, 109, 110, 117, 118, 130 CUMMONS, ROBERT D., 214 Franklin Ave., Industrial Ed.' Bowling 3, A.l.A. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Color Com. 4, pp. 39, 40 104, 107 CURRIE, DAVID G., 341 Cornell Ave., Scientific, Elyrian 3, 4, Pub. Salesman 3, Latin Club 2, Chem. Club 3, Physics Club 4, Photo Squad 2-4, Pres. 3, Treas. 4, Hi-Y 2-4, Treas. 4, Distinction Day, Announcement Com. 4, pp. 7, 39, 100,107,112, 114,115 1 f 1 D DANIELS, THOMAS A., 230 Denison Ave., Scientific, Base- ball 1-4, Basketball 1, Football 1'-1 pella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, H ' - ,G Secy. 3, Home- room Coll. 4, Student Council 3, pp , 57, 107, 119, 133 DAVIS, ARTHUR H., 109 Buckeye St., Industrial Ed., Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, pp. 40 DEAN, ROBERT A., 459 E. Broad St., Industrial Ed., V.I.C. 3, pp. 40 DE MARCO, DENNIS J., 338 Princeton Ave., General, Bowl- ing 1-3, Pres. 3, All School Play 3, All Sggool Plav Crew 3, Sr. Class Play Crew 3, Announcer 4, panish Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Pres., Thespians 4, Prom Com. Co-Chm. 4, pp. 23, 40, 51, 93, 107, 113 DENMAN, ROBERT G., 128 Eastern Heights Blvd., Classical, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club 4, Chem. Club 3, Photo Squad 3, pp. 40 DETAR, PATRICIA I., 1352 East Ave., General, pp. 40 DILUCIANO, ANTOINETTE M., 1674 N. Ridge Rd., Gen- eral, Monitor 3, Boosters' Club 3, Y-Teens 2, pp. 28, 40 DIRINGER, PATRICIA J., 857 Oak St., General, Jr. Achieve- ment 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, pp. 40 DOMAN, DEANNA B., 425 N. Abbe Rd., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Y-Teens 1-4, Distinction Day, pp. 40 DRAKE, BARBARA C., 555 Cleveland St., General, Base- ball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Hockey 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Orchestra 2-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Speech Squad 1, Honors Readina Club 4, Boosters' Club 2, Red Cross 3, pp. 40, 92, 94, 109 DYER, NORMAN A., 539 Debby Lane, Business Ed., Base- ball 1, 2, Football 1-3, Plav Crew 3, Class Treasurer 1, 2, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958, pp. 41 EDDY, BARBARA J., 100 Denison Ave., Classical, Basket- ball 2, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr, Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, French Club 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, Red Cross 4, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1- 4, pp. 41, 94, 95, 96, 109, 119 EDWARDS, DEBORAH A., 1501 Griswold Rd., Classical, A Cappella Choir 3, Library Asst. 2, Monitor 4, Office Asst. 3, French Club 3, 4, Treas 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Honors Reading Club 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls' Distinction Day Com. 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958, pp. 41, 46, 60, 92, 94, 95, 96 EHRMAN, ELLEN C., 340 High St., Fine Arts, Bowlina 1, 2, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr, Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Monitor 4, Red Cross 1-3, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 41, 92, 96 ENYEAPT, PENELOPE K., 143 Harrison St., Classical, Base- ball 3, Basketball 2-4, Bowling 2-4, Hockev 2, Volleyball 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, V.-Pres., Fr. Chorus, Pub. Salesman 2-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-4, An- nouncer 4, Athletic Office Wkr. 4, French Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 2-4, Y- Teens 1-4, V.-Pres. 1, Student Council 4, Youth Council 3, 4, Distinction Day, Junior Princess, Class Secretary 3, Prom Com. Co-Chm. 4, pp. 41, 51, 93, 95, 98, 99, 110, 119, 130, 131 ENYEART, PETER J., 143 Harrison St., Scientific, Football 1, A Cappella 3, 4, Choir Ensemble 3, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Chem. Club 3, Hi-Y 1-4, Pres. 3, Youth Council 4, Buckeye Boys' State, Class President 3, Gift Com. Co.- Chm. 4, pp. 14, 41, 48, 60, 107, 119, 122, 123, 124 ESKRIDGE, EMMETTE, 360 S. Maple St., Classical, Football 1, 2, pp. 41 EWING, THOMAS F., 200 Stanford Ave., Scientific, Foot- ball 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2-4, Math Cgub 4, Chem. Club 3, Physics Club 4, pp. 41, 112, 15, 1 4 FAZEY, MARK T., 350 Penfield Ave., Scientific, All School Play 3, 4, Sr. Class Play Crew 3, Concert Band 1-4, March- ing Band 1-4, Pres. 4, Orchestra 1-4, Chem. Aide 4, Latin Club 2, Chem.. Club 3, 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Photo Squad 3, Thespians 3, 4, Secy. 4, Buckeye Boys' State, Class Pres- ident 4, pp. 10, 14, 36, 41, 60, 89, 113, 115, 117, 122, 123, 124 FEMLEY, JOANNA L., 243 Princeton Ave., Classical, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, French Club 3, Latin Club 2, F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Secy. 4, F.T.A. 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, pp. 41,110 FENIK, EUGENE A ball 1-3, Tennis 3, V.l.C. 3, 4, Treas. 3, pp. 41, 105 FERGUSON, JAMES A., 206 Samuel St., Industrial Ed., Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, V.l.C. 3, 4, pp. 41, 105 FIELDS, CHARLES L., 133 N. Maple St., Industrial Ed., Bas- ketball 1, 2, Football 1, Track 2-4, A.l.A. 3, pp. 30, 41 FISH, WARREN W., 222 Bath St., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4, pp. 41, 105 FITCH, PHYLLIS L., 242 Columbia Ave., Classical, Bowling 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Orch- estra 1-4, Secy. 4, String Ensemble 1-4, Pub. Salesman 1- 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Boosters' Club 3, Secy., F.T.A. 1, ., 2169 Lake Ave., Industrial Ed., Foot- 2, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 41, 94, 116, 117, 118,130 FLEISHER, ALLAN, 821 W. River St., General, Basketball 1, Football 1-4, Track 2, 3, Movie Wkr. 3, Varsity E 3, 4, Student Council 3, pp. 41, 102, 132, 134, 136 FLETCHER, JOHN T., 409 Bell Ave., lndustrial Ed., Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus, pp. 60 FLYNN, CHARLES E., 341 West St., lndustrial Ed., Pro- iectionist 2, Jr. Achievement 3, V.l.C. 4, pp. 41, 105 FORBES, MOLLY C., 980 Gulf Rd., Classical, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 4, Hockey 1, 3, Tennis 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Secy. 4, Jr. Choir 2, Treas., Fr. Chorus, Con- cert Band 1-3, Marchinq Band 1-3: Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, 4, French Club 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Hon- ors Reading Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2-4, Distinction Day, pp. 41, 60, 110, 115, 119, 126, 130 FORNASH, GLADYS L., 835 W. Broad St., General, Base- ball l, Marching Band 1, Library Asst. 1, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1956, pp. 41 FORNASH, E. VIRGINIA, 835 W. Broad St., General, Base- ball 1, Cheerleader 1, Marching Band 1, Library Asst. 1, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1956, pp. 41 FOSS, MARTHA A., 103 Grant St., Classical, All School Play 3, All School Play Crew 4, Sr. Class Play Crew 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Choir Ensemble 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Library Asst. 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Players' Club 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Youth Council 1, Thespians 4, Secy., Flower Com. 4, pp. 42, 60, 96, 110, 113, 118 FOSS, ROBERT E., 210 N. Murray St., lndustrial Ed., pp 42 FOWKES, THOMAS A., 148 Roosevelt Ave., Business Ed., Basketball Mgr. 1, All School Play Crew 4, Pub. Salesman gh 4,Iol9.B.L.A. 4, D.E.C.A. 4, V.-Pres., Hi-Y 4, pp. 42, FREEMAN, GARY E., 144 Roosevelt Ave., Scientific, Foot- ball 1-4, Track 2, 3, Varsity E 3, 4, Secy.-Treas. 4, Distinc- tion Day, pp. 42, 102, 134, 137 GAINES, KATHLEEN S., 1832 Middle Ave., Scientific, Base- ball 1, 2, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1, Tennis 3, 4, Volley- ball 1-4, Cheerleading 1-4. Capt. 4, Red 8. White Game 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Secy., Pub. Salesman 1, 2, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Chem. Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Youth Council 4, Distinction Day, pp. 23, 42, 92, 94, 110, 126, 127, 129, 130, 156 GARAY, CHARLES M., 1394 East Ave., lndustrial Ed., A. l.A. 3, 4, Treas. 4, pp. 42, 104 GARBER, LAWRENCE E., 107 Lawrence Ct., Fine Arts, All School Play Crew 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achievement 3, D.E. C.A. 4, pp. 42, 93 GARDNER, JOY A., 333 Miami Ave., Fine Arts, Basketball 1, 2, Bowling 1, Tennis 2, 3, Volleyball 1, Herald 2, 3, Pub. Salesman 1-3, Tax Stamp Col. 1, 3, Slip Coll. 3, French Club 1-3, Speech Squad 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Red Cross 2-4, V.-Pres. 4, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4' Youth Council 3, 4, pp. 42, 96, 99, 109, 110, 113 GARN, JUDITH A., 818 Park Ave., Business Ed., F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Grade School Secy. 4, pp. 42, 110 GARRARD, KAREN E., 1037 N. Pasadena Avenue., Busi- ness Ed., Baseball 1-3, Basketball 1, Bowling 3, Tennis 3' Volleyball 3, All School Play Crew 3, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Boosters' Club 2, 3, Red Cross 3, Jr. Achievement 3, Y- Teens 1-4, Treas. 4, Distinction Day, Ways 8- Means Com. 4, pp. 42, 45, 110 GEORGE, JANICE E., 211 Marseilles Ave., General, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus, Y-Teens 4, pp. 42 GILL, JAMES V., 339 4th St., lndustrial Ed., Football 1, 2, V.l.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4, pp. 42, 105 GIRA, SANDRA JEAN, 276 White Oak Dr., Business Ed., Baseball 1, 2, Bowling 4, Volleyball 1, 2, All School Play Crew 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Library Asst. 3, Office Asst. 2, Biology Club 2, Speech Squad 2, F.B.L.A. 4, F.H.A. 2, Treas., Transferred to E.H.S. in 1957, pp. 43, 97 GLENN, ROBERT J., 161 Boston Ave., lndustrial Ed., V. l.C. 3, 4, pp. 43, 105 GLOVER, PATRICIA L., 1020 Bell Ct., Business Ed., Bas- ketball 1, Bowling 1-3, Hockey 1, Volleyball 1, Cheerlead- er 2, Pub. Salesman 4, Athletic Office Wkr. 2, Red Cross 1, D.E.C.A. 4, F.T.A. 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, Pres. 1, Distinction Dov: pp. 29, 43, 93 1 GOTRO, KAREN L., 113 Water St., Classical, Baseball 2, Bowling 2-4, Tennis 3, Volleyball 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, Monitor 4, Office Asst. 2, Boosters' Club 2, Jr. Achieve- ment 3: F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 43, 92, 96, 110, 119 GOW, CHARY L., 141 Madison St., Scientific, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1-3, Hockey 3, Volleyball 1-4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Pub. Salesman 4: Office Asst. 3, 4, French Club 1-3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, Y-Teens 1-4: Distinction Day, Prom Com. 4, pp. 43, 51, 92, 110, 130 GRAHAM, THOMAS J., 325 12th St., General, Football 1, V.l.C. 3. V.-Pres., Distinction Day, pp. 43 GRANT, STEPHEN P., 186 Crestview Dr., Classical, Tennis 2, 3: Football Mar. 3, 4, Varsity E 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, pp. 27, 43 GRASSE, ROBERT M.. 111 Lexington Ave., General, Fr. Cigars? D.E.C.A. 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1957, pp. 4 , GROTKE, ALLEN E., 249 Oxford St., Scientific, Baseball 1-3, Varsity E 3, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958, pp 43 GUEST, JAMES W., JR., 1320 West Ave., Scientific, Basket- ball 1-4, Football 1, 2, Tennis 1-4, All School Play 3,4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Herald 3, Announcer 3, 4, Chem. Aide 4, Varsity E 1-4, Boosters' Club 3, Pres., Student Council 4, Thespians 4, Homeroom Col. 4, pp. 10, 24, 43, 57, 93, 98, 102, 113, 115, 119. 133, 138, 140 H HALE, KAREN D., 228 W. Bridge St., Business Ed., Bowling 3,34, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Jr. Achievement 4, Y-Teens 1- , pp. 43 HAMBLEY, JAMES W., 602 W. 15th St., lndustrial Ed., pp. 43 HAMILTON, JANICE, 357 E. River St., Business Ed, pp. 43 HANCOCK, JUDITH L., R.D. 2, Vermont St., Business Ed., Baseball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1, 2, 4, Hockey 2, Tennis 3, 4, Volleyball 1-4, Red 8. White Game 3, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, F.B.L.A. 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Distinction Day, pp. 43, 92, 110, 130. HANSON, MARQUERITE, 84 Laundon St., Classical, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Cheerleader 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, V-Pres., Fr. Chorus, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-4, Announcer 4, Athletic Office Wkr. 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, Y- Teens 1-4, Student Council 4, Youth Council 2-4, Pres. 4, Distinction Day, Ring Com. 3, Class Secretary 4, pp. 36, 43, 93,9a,99,11o, 118,130,131,157. HARMON, CARL N., 1100 Garford Ave., General, Cadet Band 1, 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Chem. Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, pp. 43, 109, 123, 124 HARRISON, DAVID G., 108 Grant St., General, Elyrian 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Chem. Club 3, Physics Club 4, Photo Squad 2-4, Pres. 4, Distinction Day, pp. 43, 100, 103, 114, 115 HARTLEY, LARRY L., R.D. 2, S. Murray Ridge, General, pp. 43. HAYS, BRIAN ,J., 366 Pasadena Ave., General, Baseball 1-3, Basketball 1-4, Football 1-4, Track 4, Pub. Salesman 1, 2, Monitor 4, Movie Wkr. 1-3, Varsity E 2-4, Student Council 1-4, V-Pres. 4, Youth Council 1-4, Distinction Day, Buckeye Boys' State, pp. 14, 43, 92, 98, 102, 133, 134, 136, 138, 140, 157. HEGINBOTHAM, WAYNE R., 122 Eire St., General, pp. 30, 43 HENDERSON, EDWARD W., 633 Hilliard Rd., lndustrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4, pp. 44 HENRY, LEO C., 614 W. 15th St., lndustrial Ed., Football 1, Track 2, Chem. Club 4, A.l.A. 3, 4, pp. 10, 44, 104 HEUSER, JUDY J., 430 Kenyon Ave., Business Ed., Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1-3, Hockey 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Red 81 White Game 3, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus, Library Asst. 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, F.T.A. 2,- 3, Y-Teens 2-4, Distinction Day, Class Night Com. 4, pp. 44, 54, 110, 130 HEWITT, JAMES E., 239 Rush St., Fine Arts, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, pp. 44. HILL, WILLIAM C., 362 Columbus St., lndustrial Ed., Track 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Football Mgr. 1, pp. 44, 132 HOCHENEDEL, JANE W., 227 6th St., Classical Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Bowling 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4,Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 Tax Stamp Coll.- 1-45 Library Asst. 1, 25 French Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 1, 25 Honors Reading Club 45 Boosters' Club 35 Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 1-45 Youth Council 45 Distinction Day5 pp. 44, 95, 110, 119 HOLTZMAN, CHARLES W., 250 E. Griswold Rd., General5 Football 25 Track 25 pp. 44 HOOK, THOMAS R., 220 3rd St., Scientific5 Football 1, 25 Golf 3, 45 Hi-Y 1-45 Youth Council 35 pp. 10, 44, 107 HOWARD, DAVID P., 556 Cleveland St., Fine Arts5 All School Play Crew 3, 45 A.l.A. 45 pp. 44 HOWELL, BILLIE JEAN, 213 Lodi St., General5 Basketball 2-45 Bowling 25 Hockey 2, 35 Volleyball 2-45 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Speech Squad 15 F.B.L.A. 45 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Jr. Achievement 3, 4, V-Pres. 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Y-Teens 1-4, Pres. 45 Gift Com. 45 pp. 44, 48, 96, 97, 110, 118, 130 SIOWELLZ DAVID R., 239 16th St., Fine Arts5 Football 1, I PP- HUFFMAN, CAROLYN E., 827 W. River St., Business Ed.5 Volleyball 25 Library Asst. 1-35 Secy. 35 F.B.L.A. 45 D.E.C.A. 4, Treas.5 Y-Teens 2-45 Homeroom Coll. 45 pp. 29, 44, 57, 93, 97, 110 HUIETT, DAVID L., 113 Glenwood St., Scientific5 Baseball 2-45 Tennis 15 All School Play 45 Pub. Salesman 25 Latin Club 25 Players' Club 45 Varsity E 45 Jr. Achievement 45 Hi-Y 2-45 Boys' Distinction Day Com. 45 pp. 27, 44, 52, 107, 113, 131 HUNGER, SUSAN L., 1104 Bell Ct., Classical5 A Cappella Choir 45 Jr. Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Tax Stamp Coll. 35 Office Asst. 25 Latin Club 25 F.B.L.A. 4, Secy.5 Boosters' Club 25 F.T.A. 25 Y-Teens 2, 45 Distinction Day5 pp. 44, 97, 110, 119 HUNT, MARILYN L., 116 Eastern Heights Blvd., General5 All School Play Crew 1, 45 Herald 2-45 Pub. Salesman 2-45 Tax Stamp Coll. 1-35 Monitor 45 Cafeteria Wkr. 45 French Club 3, 45 Speech Squad 1, 25 Honors Reading Club 45 F.T.A. 2-45 Y-Teens 1-45 pp. 44, 92, 95, 101, 113 I INNES JUDITH A 440W 10th St Classical Bowlin 1 4' . ., . ., 5 g - , Tennis 35 Jr. Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 35 Monitor 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 45 Boos- ters' Club 25 Jr. Achievement 35 Y-Teens 1-4, Treas. 35 Disginction Day5 Announcement Com. 45 pp. 39, 44, 92, J JABLONSKI, JOHN J., 122 Homer St., Scientific5 All School Play Crew 15 Sr. Class Play Crew 15 Pub. Salesman 15 Tax Stamp Coll. 15 Announcer 45 Math Club 45 Physics Club 45 Players' Club 25 Jr. Achievement 35 pp. 44, 93 JACKSON, BRENDA J., 335 Roosevelt Ave., Business Ed.5 Basketball 1, 25 Bowling 2-45 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Y-Teens 1, 35 pp. 44, 97 JACKSON, JEARL V., 1112 Melvyn Lane, General5 Football 2, 35 Basketball Mgr. 3, 45 V.l.C. 45 pp. 44 JACKSON, JON H., 1017 E. River St., General5 pp. 44 JANISKO, DAVID A., 287 Griswold Rd., Scientific5 Cadet Band 15 Concert Band 2-45 Marching Band 1-45 Hi-Y 45 Distinction Day5 Boys' Distinction Day Com. 45 pp. 27, 45, 52, 107, 123, 124 JAROCH, JUNE A., 824 Woodland Ave., Classical5 Base- ball 25 Basketball 2-45 Bowling 1-35 Hockey 25 Tennis 2-45 Volleyball 1-45 A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Treas. 45 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Tax Stamp Coll. 2, 45 Latin Club 25 Leaders' Group 3, 4, Pres. 45 Boosters' Club 25 Jr. Achieve- ment 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Y-Teens 1-45 Student Council 25 Youth Council 1-45 Sophomore Princess5 Class Vice-President 35 Girls' Distinction Day Com. Chm. 45 pp. 45, 46, 99, 110, 118, 126, 127 JENSEN, JUANITA J., 500 W. 3rd St., Business Ed.5 Base- ball 1, 2, 45 Basketball 2, 45 Bowling 1-35 Hockey 1, 25 Volleyball 1, 45 Cafeteria Wkr. 1, 25 Library Asst. 1-35 F.B.L.A. 45 Boosters' Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 3, 45 pp. 45 JONES, JAMES M., 517 W. 12th St., Scientific5 Basketball 1-45 Football 1-45 Golf 1-45 Tennis 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Movie Wkr. 2, 35 French Club 1, 25 Math Club 45 Chem. Club 35 Varsity E 1-45 Student Council 2-4, Pres. 45 Youth Council 2-45 pp. 10, 45, 98, 102, 119, 132, 134, 137, 139, 140 JUNIOR, MAGGIE D., Basketball 1, 2, 45 Bowling 25 Hockey 35 Volleyball 1, 25 Asst. to Nurse 45 Y-Teens 2-45 pp. 45, 110 K KATZ, RICHARD J., 742 Furnace St., General5 Cadet Band 15 Concert Band 2-45 Marching Band 35 Announcer 45 Hi-Y 35 pp. 45, 93, 107 KAUFFMAN, JOYCE E., 326 Princeton Ave., General5 Base- ball 25 Basketball 1, 25 Volleyball 25 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 Boosters' Club 25 Library Asst. 45 pp. 45, 95 KELLEY, NANCY J., 137 Eastern Heights Blvd., Business Ed.5 Bowling 1-35 Library Asst. 1, 25 Office Asst. 1-35 Y- Teens 1-35 Usherettes 1-3, Pres. 35 Transferred to E.H.S. in 19585 pp. 45 KEMPER, BETTY J., 347 Furnace St., Business Ed.5 Basket- ball 25 Tennis 35 Volleyball 25 Pub. Salesman 35 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 F.B.L.A. 4, V-Pres.5 Boosters' Club 2, 35 Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 2-45 Distinction Day5 pp. 45, 97, 110 KIHM, R. THOMAS, 347 Louisana Ave., General5 Football 1, 35 A Cappella Choir 3 ,45 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 Math Club 45 Chem. Club 35 Physics Club 45 Homeroom Coll. 45 pp. 12, 45, 57,114,115, 119,132 KIMBLE, PECOLIA V., 612 W. 15th St., Home Economics5 Basketball 1-35 Volleyball 1-35 pp. 45 KIMBLE, VERNELL, 612 W. 15th St., Business Ed.5 Basket- ball 1-35 Volleyball 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 pp. 45, 110 KINDER, SHARON L. R.D. 2, Bechtel Rd., Home Economics5 Baseball 15 Monitor 45 Office Asst. 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 pp. 46, 92, 97 KING, CONNIE J., 116 Chestnut St., General5 Jr. Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 Monitor 35 Spanish Club 15 Honors Reading Club 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Boosters' Club 2, 35 Red Cross 1-35 Y-Teens 1-45 Distinction Day5 pp. 46, 92, 97, 110. KISER, DENNIS C., 145 Roosevelt Ave., Scientific5 Cadet Band 15 Concert Band 2, 35 Marching Band 1-35 Chem. Aide 45 Latin Club 25 Physics Club 45 Hi-Y 45 pp. 46, 107, 1 15 KISTNER, CAROLE A., 417 Marseilles Ave., General5 Bowl- ing 25 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 F.T.A. 25 pp. 46 KOPP, CARL R., 235 W. River St., Industrial Ed.5 pp. 46 KOWALIK, THOMAS E., 106 Denison Ave., Classical5 Con- cert Band 1-45 Marching Band 1-45 Monitor 35 Honors Reading Club 45 Jr. Achievement 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Distinction Day5 pp. 24, 27, 46, 96, 109, 122, 123 KREBS, LINDA M., 421 W. 2nd St., Classical5 Bowling 15 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 French Club 1-45 Boosters' Club 25 Jr. Achievement 35 Y-Teens 1-35 pp. 46, 118 KRUGMAN, CAROLYN L., 205 Emerson Ct., General5 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 Cadet Band 15 F.B.L.A. 45 Boosters' Club 25 F.T.A. 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 45 Distinction Day5 pp. 46, 97, 110, 119 KRUGMAN, GAYLE D., 149 Caroline St., General5 Jr. Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 35 French Club 1-45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Boosters' Club 2, 35 Red Cross 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Distinction Day5 pp. 23, 46, 94, 95, 96, 110 KUHL, DONNA H., 167 Fairlawn Ave., Business Ed.5 Bowling 15 Concert Band 1-35 Tax Stamp Coll. 15 F.B.L.A. 45 pp. 46 KURTZ, DOLORES M., 105 Eastern Heights Blvd., Classical5 Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Volleyball 15 Orchestra 1-45 Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 45 Announcer 45 Library Asst. 1, 2, V-Pres. 25 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Booster Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 2-4, Secy. 45 Y-Teens 1-45 Distinction Day5 pp. 47, 93, 95, 96,110,117 L LANDIS, RICHARD W., 237 Stanford Ave., Classical5 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 Elyrian 15 French Club 1-35 Math Club 45 Honors Reading Club 45 Hi-Y 1-4, V-Pres. 1, 25 Student Council 45 Youth Council 2, 45 Merit Scholarship Semifinalist and Finalist5 Prom Com. Co-Chm. 45 pp. 47, 51, 58, 92, 107, 119 LARRICK, JEANNE E., 242 Longford Ave., Business Ed.5 Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Volleyball 15 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 Monitor 45 Honors Reading Club 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Y-Teens 15 25 Asst. to Nurse 45 pp. 47, 97 LATTA, WILLIAM, R., 426 3rd St., Classical5 Baseball 1-45 Basketball 15 Football 1, 3, 45 Monitor 35 Varsity E 3, 45 pp. 47, 102, 133, 134, 137. LAUTENSCHLEGER, MARGARET J., 340 Harwood St., Clas- sical5 Basketball 35 Bowling 3, 45 Hockey 25 Volleyball 45 All School Play Crew 35 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Jr. Choir 25 Orchestra 1-45, Co-Concertmistress 4, Co-Pres. 45 String En- semble 2-45 Pub. Salesman 1-35 Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 35 An- nouncer 45 Library Asst. 25 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Chem. Club 3, 45 Speech Sauad 1-45 Honors Reading Club 45 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Boosters' Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 25 Y-Teens 1-45 Merit Scholarship Semifinalist and Finalist5 pp. 14, 47, 58, 93, 95,109,110,115,116,117, 118,130 LEE, JANET A., 228 Howe St., Business Ed.5 Volleyball 45 Jr. Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Tax Stamp Coll. 25 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 Spanish Club 1, 25 F.B.L.A. 45 Boosters' Club 25 Y-Teens 1-45 pp. 47, 97 LEES, SANDRA J., 249 Roosevelt Ave., Classical5 Baseball 45 Basketball 45 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 Herald 3, 45 Pub. Salesman 3, 45 Tax Stamp Coll. 25 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Honors Reading Club 4, V-Pres.5 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Boosters' Club 25 Red Cross 45 Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Secy. 35 F.T.A. 3, 4, Treas. 35 Y-Teens 1-45 Color Com. Chm. 45 pp. 40, 47, 95, 96, 101, 109, 130 LEHMAN, DENNIS E., 769 Abbe Rd., Scientific5 Baseball 25 Football 2-45 Track 35 Bowling 2-4, Treas. 35 All School Play 15 Players' Club 15 Varsity E 3, 45 Jr. Achievement 4, Treas.5 Hi-Y 2-45 Student Council 3, 45 Ways 81 Means Com. Co-Chm. 45 pp. 45, 47, 60, 98, 102, 132, 134, 136 LENHARD. MARILYN L., 116 Gnr-fin Ave,, Classical5 Bas- ketball 15 Bowling 1-45 Herald 35 Office Asst. 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treas. 45 Jr. Achievement 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 35 Y-Teens 15 Distinction Doy5 pp. 23, 47, 94 LEUZZI, JOSEPH D., 345 8th St., Industrial Ed.5 V.l.C. 3, 45 pp. 47, 105 LEWIS, PATRICE M., 921 E. River St., Classical5 Tax Stamp Coll. 45 Projectionist 3, 45 Cafeteria Cashier 3, 45 Honors Reading Club 4, Secy.5 Jr. Achievement 45 Y-Teens 45 pp. 47, 102, 103 LEWIS, RONALD G., 905 Middle Ave., Industrial Ed.5 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 A.l.A. 35 pp. 47 LINGENFELTER, SHERWOOD G., 338 10th St., Scientific5 Basketball 15 Football 1-35 Track 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Pres. 45 Choir Ensemble 35 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus: Chem. Alfie 45 Latin Club 25 Speech Squad 35 pp. 47, 109, 115, LONG, GORDON E., 258 Harrison St., General5 All School Play 15 Cafeteria Wkr. 1, 2, 45 pp. 471 LOWERY, CLARENCE W., JR., 633 West St., Industrial Ed.5 V.I.C. 45 pp. 47 LYONS, JAMES F., 1041 Bell Ct., Business Ed.5 Transferred To E.H.S. in 19585 pp. 60 M MAC ALLEN, PATRICIA L., 119 Rambler Ave., Home Economics5 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 pp. 47 MACKEY, ROBERT R., 139 Harvard Ave., Industrial Ed.5 Cadet Band 1, 25 A.l.A. 45 pp. 47 MADOK, ALICE J., 332 Cambridge Ave., Business Ed.5 Bowl- ing 25 Volleyball 45 Y-Teens 25 pp. 47 MAIDEN, DAVID O., N. Murray Ridge, R.D. 2, Fine Arts5 pp. 47 MAIDEN, ROXANNE V., 2030 N. Murray Ridge, Classical5 Jr. Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Elyrian 15 Library Asst. 1-4, Pres. 45 Physics Club 45 Honors Reading Club 45 F.T.A. 25 Y-Teens 1, 45 pp. 47, 95, 109 MANN, BARBARA'J., 979 Gulf Rd., Scientific5 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Elyrian 1-45 Business Mgr. 3, 45 Pub. Sales- man 2-45 Tax Stamp Coll. 1-45 Chem. Aide 45 Y-Teens 1-35 Quill 8- ScrolI5 pp. 48, 100, 115, 154 MANSFIELD, CAROLYN, 521 Park Ave., General5 All School Play Crew 35 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Announcer 3, 45 Slip Coll. 35 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Boosters' Club 2, 35 Jr. Achievement 3, V-Pres.5 F.T.A. 2-4, V-Pres. 45 Yigeenss 1, 3, 45 Prom Com. 45 pp. 48, 51, 93, 96, 110, 1 , 1 0 MAPLE, DAVID L., 614 Lake Ave., Industrial Ed.5 Football 2, 35 V.l.C. 45 pp. 48 MARPLE, ROBERT E., 157 Lafayette St., Business Ed.5 Cafe- teria Wkr. 2-45 F.B.L.A. 45 D.E.C.A. 45 pp. 48, 93, 97, 103 MASONIS, PATRICIA A., 368 High St., Fine Arts5 Basket- ball 35 Bowling 1, 25 Tennis 35 All School Play Crew 3, 45 Boosters' Club 2, 35 Jr. Achievement 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 Flower Com. Chm. 45 pp. 42, 48, 110 MC CONNELL, CAROLE L., 217 Wooster St., Business Ed.5 Baseball 25 Tennis 25 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Boosters' Club 25 Jr. Achievement 3, Treas.5 Y-Teens 45 pp. 29, 48, 97, 110 MC DIVITT, RICHARD L., 247 Bath St., General5 All School Play 1, 2, 45 A Cappella Choir 45 Jr. Choir 2, 35 Fr. Chorus5 Announcer 45 Players' Club 1-4, Pres. 45 Thespians 2-4, Iirles. 45 Class Night Co-Chm. 45 pp. 48, 54, 60, 9.3, 113, MC GHEE, JEAN G., 607 N. Murray Rd., Business Ed.5 Cadet ggnd 15 Tax Stamp Coll. 45 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 pp. 48, MC HENRY, NELSON M., 2030 Lake Ave., Industrial Ed.5 V.l.C., 3, 4, V-Pres. 45 pp. 48, 105 MC INTIRE, NOPA A., 706 S. Boston Ave., Business Ed.5 Jr. Choir 2, 35 Fr. Chorus5 Y-Teens 15 pp. 48 MC INTOSH, GORDON C., 220 Burns Rd., Scientific5 Foot- ball 45 All School Play 15 Concert Band 1-45 Marching Band 1-3, V-Pres. 2, 35 Drum Major 2, 35 Pub. Salesman Varsity E 45 Boosters' Club 25 Hi-Y 2, 35 pp. 48, 124, MC LAUGHLIN, JAMES M., 223 Longford Ave., Business Ed.5 Monitor 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Jr. Achievement 3, 45 pp. 48 MC MULLEN, GARY W., 336 12th St., Industrial Ed.5 Fr. Chorus5 Herald 45 Cafeteria Wkr. 3, 45 A.l.A. 3, 45 pp. 49 MECKLEY, CHARLES H., 122 Caroline St., Industrial Ed.5 All School Play Crew 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 Physics Club 45 A.l.A. 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Council 35 Hameroam Coll. 45 pp. 49, 57, 107, 115, 119, 158 MENG, DARYLL G., 216 Howe St., General5 Baseball 2, 35 Track 35 pp. 49 MEO, FRANK M.. 111 Elma Dr., General5 Jr. Achievement 3. 45 pp. 49 MIDDLESTETTER, MARLENE M., 135 E. 4th St., Business Ed.5 Baseball 25 Bowling 1, 35 Volleyball 25 All School Play 15 All School Play Crew 45 Fr. Chorus5 Library Asst. 25 Cafe'teria Wkr. 1, 3, 45 Players' Club 1-45 Boosters' Club 15 D.E.C.A. 4, Secy.5 Y-Teens 15 Thespians 1-45 pp. 49, 60, 93 MILLER, JOANNE T., 317 Yale Ave., General5 Baseball 15 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 Latin Club 25 Honors Readina Club 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Players' Club 45 Boosters' Club 2, 35 Red Cross 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Y-Teens 1, 3, 45 pp. 49, 96, 97, 109, 113 MILLER, MICHAEL L., 187 Clinton Ave., Industrial Ed.5 A.l.A. 3, 45 pp. 49 MILLER, SANDRA R., 339 Brandston Ave., General5 Jr. Choir 3,45 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Concert 1, 25 Marching Band 1, 25 Y-Teens 35 Transferred to E.H.S. in 19585 pp. 49 MILLER, SHERRILL A., 340 49th St., General5 Concert Band 1-45 Marching Band 1-45 Mariorette 3, 45 Pub. Sales- man 15 Tax Stamp Coll. 45 Chem. Club 45 Y-Teens 35 Slip Coll. 1, 35 pp. 49, 123, 124 MOORE, JAMES, 275 S. West River, Industrial Ed.5 Cafe- teria Wkr. 1-35 V.l.C. 3, 45 pp. 49, 105 MOORE, SUSAN A., 114 Grant St., General5 Play Actress 1-35 Play Crew 1-35 Choir Ensemble 35 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Yearbook Staff 35 Monitor 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1-35 Y-Teens 45 Transferred to E.H.S. in 19585 pp. 49, 95, 110 MOORE, RICHARD W., 103 West St., Industrial Ed.5 Foot- ball 15 A.l.A. 3, 45 pp. 49, 104 MORAN, DIANE E., 120 Kenwood St., Business Ed.5 Bas- ketball 25 All School Play Crew 35 Pub. Salesman 2, 35 Tax Stamp Call. 2-45 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Players' Club 35 Boosters' Club 25 Red Cross 1, 3, 45 Jr. Achievement 45 Y-Teens 1-45 Distinction Day5 pp. 49, 96, 97, 110, 158 MORAN, ROBERT L., 1156 Garden St., General5 pp. 49 MORAN, RONALD M., 1156 Garden St., Scientific5 March- ing Band 1, 25 Movie Wkr, 45 Proiectionist 35 pp. 49 MOWERY, JUDITH D., 174 Bell Ave., Fine Arts5 Bowling 15 Boosters' Club 25 Red Cross 15 F.T.A. 25 Y-Teens 15 Dis- tinction Day5 pp. 49, 157 MOYES, JEANNETT.E,41O Louisana Ave., Classical5 Base- ball 15 Basketball 15 Bowling 35 Jr. Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Concert Band 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 4, Treas. 45 Maiorette 3, 45 Pub. Salesman 3, 45 Tax Stamp Coll. 1-35 Office Asst. 25 Spanish Club 1, 25 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Boosters' Club 25 Red Cross 35 Jr. Achievement 35 Y-Teens 1-35 Girls' Distinction Day Com. 45 pp. 46, 49, 122,.123, 130 MRUKOWSKI, WILLIAM, 250 Wooster St., Classical5 Base ball 1-45 Basketball 1-4, Capt. 45 Football 1-4, Co-Capt. 45 Varsity E 1-4, Pres. 4: Student Council 45 Youth Council 2-45 Distinction Day5 Buckeye Boys' State5 pp. 14, 49, 92, 98, 102, 133, 134, 136, 137, 139, 140 MULL, JEAN E., 436 Earl Ct., Home Economics5 Baseball 15 Basketball 45 Volleyball 25 Library Asst. 1, 25 Y-Teens 15 pp. 49 MIILL JUNE E.. 436 Earl Ct., Home Economics5 pp. 49 MURPHY, ALAN L., 310 Roosevelt Ave., Business Ed.5 Intramural Basketball 2-45 All School Play Crew 45 D.E.C.A. 45 Hi-Y 45 Distinction Day5 Flower Com. 45 pp. 42, 50, 93 N NAGY, RONALD R., 117 Louisiana Ave., Industrial Ed.5 V.l.C. 3, 45 pp. 50, 105 NAGY, SANDRA M., 2205 W. River Rd., Business Ed.5 Con ert Band 1-45 Marching Band 1-45 Majorette 2-45 F.B.L.A. 45 Y-Teens 25 pp. 50, 117, 123, 124 NARDECCHIA, L. PATRICIA, 352 Oberlin Rd., General5 Bowling 45 Tax Stamp Coll. 15 Honors Reading Club 45 Jr. Achievement 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 pp. 50, 110 NEDWICK, FRANCIS P., 169 Spruce St., Business Ed.5 D.E. C.A. 45 pp. 50, 93 NEUMAN, ROBERT W., 145 Courtland St., Scientific5 Foot- ball 3, 45 A Cappella 45 Jr. Choir 2, 35 Chem. Club 35 Varsity E 3, 45 pp. 50, 102, 119, 134, 137 NICHOLS, EVELYN L., 466 W. 9th St., General5 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Tennis 3, 45 Volleyball 1-35 Tax Stamp Coll. 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Secy. 45 Leaders' Group 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 45 Youth Council 15 pp. 50, 94, 110, 130 NICHOLS, JANE A. F., 239W Howe St., General5 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Class Treasurer 25 Transferred to E.H.S. in 19585 pp. 50 NORRIS, CAROL A., 158 Pasadena Ave., Classical5 Basket- ball 25 Jr. Choir 25 Herald 2-4, Editor 3, 45 Pub. Salesman 2-45 Athletic Office Wkr. 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, Secy. 45 Latin Club 25 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Boosters' Club 25 Red Cross 35 Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Secy. 45 F.T.A. 2-45 Y-Teens I-45 Distinction Day5 Announcement Com. 45 pp. 39, 50, 95, 96, 101, 110, 130, 131 NORTHCUTT. HENRIETTA. 101 West St., General5 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Monitor 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Homeroom Coll. 45 pp. 50, 57, 92, 95 NOVAK, ERNEST, 211 W. Bridge St., Scientific5 Math Club 45 Chem. Club 45 pp. 50, 112, 114, 115 O OAKLER, MAXINE A., 1 108 Garden St., General5 Fr. Chorus5 Monitor 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Red Cross 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 pp. 50, 92, 96, 97, 110 OGLE, HARDIN O., 52 Riverside Homes, Industrial Ed.5 ln- tramural Basketball 2-45 A.l.A. 15 pp. 50 O'GRADY, CAROL A., 449 Earl Ct., Business Ed.5 Monitor 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Red Cross 45 Y-Teens 45 pp. 50, 96, 97, 110 ORDWAY, GERALDINE K., 688 Weller Rd., General5 Bowl- ing 15 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Library Asst. 45 Slip Coll. 45 Distinction Day5 pp. 50 ORING. KENNETH H., JR., 1334 East Ave. Scientific5 Jr. Choir 25 Elyrian 3, 45 Pub. Salesman 2, 35 Tax Stamp Coll. 15 Spanish Club 1, 25 Math Club 45 Chem. Club 35 Physics Club 45 Honors Reading Club 45 Photo Squad 2-45 Treas. 35 Hi-Y 2-45 Distinction Day5 Flower Com. 45 pp. 42, 50, 100, 107, 112 ORVIS, PATRICIA A., 213 E. 15th St., General5 Baseball 1-45 Basketball 1-45 Hockey 2, 35 Volleyball 1-45 Red 81 White Game 35 Tax Stamp Coll. 15 Spanish Club 45 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Boosters' Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 25 Y-Teens 1-45 pp. 50, 94, 110, 130 OSBORN, BRUCE J., 1227 N. Washington Blvd., Industrial Ed.5 V.l.C. 3, 4, Pres. 45 pp. 50, 105 OWEN, LORELEI B., 528 Eastern Heights Blvd., Classical5 Baseball 2, 45 Basketball 2, 45 Bowling 2, 45 Hockey 25 Pub. Salesman 2-45 Announcer 45 Athletic Office Wkr. 45 Monitor 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Boosters' Club 2, 35 Red Cross 25 Jr. Achievement 35 F.T.A. 2-45 Y-Teens 2-45 Student Council 35 Distinction Day5 Class Night Com. C0-Chm. 45 Transferred to E.H.S. in 19565 pp. 27, 50, 54, 92, 93, 110, 130, 131, 162 P PAPP, PEPI A., 252 Spruce St., Classical5 Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 1-45 Bowling 1, 25 Tennis 3, 45 Pub. Salesman 1, 45 Tax Stomp Coll. 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Boosters' Club 25 Jr. Achievement 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Y-Teens 1-45 Homeroom Coll. 45 pp. 50, 57, 92, 130 SAPP, ROBERT S., 817 E. Broad St., Industrial Ed.5 A.l.A. , 45 pp. 51 PASENOW, CHARLES H. 251 E. 13th St., Scientific5 Football 1, 25 pp. 51 PASENOW, RICHARD H., 352 7th St., Industrial Ed.5 V.l.C. 3, 45 pp. 51, 105 PATTERSON, JULIA C., 524 Middle Ave., Business Ed.5 F.B.L.A. 45 pp. 51 PECAUT, RAYMOND,W., JR., 618 Harvard Ave., Scientific5 Library Asst. 15 Physics 45 French Club 1, 25 Math Club 45 Biology Club 45 Chem. Club 35 Physics Club 45 Honors Reading Club 45 pp. 27, 51, 109, 112, 114, 115 PEMBER, ROSEALIE M., 144 S. Abbe Rd., General5 Boosters' Club 15 Red Cross 15 Y-Teens 1-45 pp. 51 PETROFF, TRAINKA, 72 Chestnut St., Business Ed.5 Basket- ball 15 Volleyball 15 pp. 51 PFEIFFER, NANCY F., 2139 Lake Ave., General5 Cadet Band 15 Concert Band 2-45 Marching Band 2-45 Pub. Sales- man 25 Tax Stamp Coll. 35 Library Asst. 45 Jr. Achievement 3, Treas.5 Y-Teens 2, 35: op. 51, 95, 123, 124 PHILION, DAVID B., 1039 E. River St., Industrial Ed.5 V.l.C. 3, 45 Hi-Y 1-45 pp. 51, 105 PHILION, DOUGLAS J., 1039 E. River St., Scientific5 Foot- ball 1-35 Track 2, 35 Bowling 35 All School Play 35 Pub. Salesman 1-45 Announcer 45 Monitor 45 Boosters' Club 35 Hi-Y 1-45 Student Council 45 Distinction Day5 Thespiansg Class Night Com.,45 pp. 51, 54, 92, 93, 98, 107 PIAZZA, MICHAEL J., 1526 Gulf Rd., Industrial Ed.5 V.l.C. 3, 45 pp. 51, 105 PIERCE, OLLA MAE, 500 W. 3rd St., Business Ed.5 Library Asst. 1-45 Booster Club 25 pp. 51 PIERCE, RICHARD C., 500 W. 3rd St., Industrial Ed.5 Bas- ketball 15 Football 1, 25 Track 15 V.l.C. 3, 45 Hi-Y 15 pp- 52 PIGMAN, HARRY W., 184 Bath St., Fine Arts5 Cafeteria Wkr. 35 pp. 52 PONDY, JEROME M., 1001 Gulf Rd., General5 All School Play Crew 3. 4: Movie Wkr. 3: Proiectionist 3, 45 Math Club 45 Physics Club 45 Players' Club 3, 45 Photo Squad 45 pp. 52, 92 PRATT, SANDRA L., 227 Lodi St., Scientific5 Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Hockey 25 Archery 35 Elyrian 2-4, Co-Editor 45 Pub. Salesman 15 Tax Stamp Coll. 15 Chem. Aide 45 Y- Teens 1, 25 Quill 81 Scroll5 pp. 52, 100, 115 PRENTICE, SUSAN D., 346 Ohio St., Classical5 Baseball 25 Basketball 25 Bowling 2, 45 A Cappella Choir 45 Jr. Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Fr. Chorus5 Elyrian 1-4, Editor 35 Announcer 3, 45 French Club 35 Latin Club 25 Honors Reading Club 45 Leaders' Group 3, 45 Y-Teens 1-4, V-Pres. 25 Distinction Day5 Quill 8. Scroll5 Ways 8- Means Com. 45 pp. 45 ,52, 93, 100, 109, 110, 119, 130 REAGAN, EDNA M., 215 Lexington Ave., Classical5 Bowling 45 Tax Stamp Coll. 3, 45 Monitor 3, 45 Booster Club 25 Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 2-45 pp. 24, 52, 92, 110. REESE, MAXINE R., 5475 Lodi St., General5 pp. 52. REESER, GERALD W., 334 Concord Ave., Industrial Ed.5 Basketball 1, 25 Football 35 Track 2-45 V.l.C. 3, 4, Pres. 45 pp. 52, 102, 105, 132. REID, LOUISE, 202 Clinton Ave., General5 Slip Coll. 35 pp. 52. RENNIE, DIANE L., 333 HarvarcPAve., Business Ed.5 Base- ball 25 Basketball 25 Tennis 25 Volleyball 25 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus5 Library Asst. 45 Mimeograph Wkr. 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Boosters' Club 25 Y-Teens 45 pp. 52, 95, 97 REUSSER, RAYMOND E., 1085 N. Pasadena Ave.. Scien- tific5 Chem. Aide 45 Monitor 45 Slip Coll. 25 Chem. Club 3, 45 Photo Squad 2, 35 Jr. Achievement 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 An- nouncement Com. 45 pp. 39, 53, 92, 107, 115, 162 REYNHOUT, ROBERT A., 269 Hamilton Ave., Business Ed.5 Cadet Band 15 pp. 53 , RHOADES, EDWARD, 371 Pasadena Ave., Industrial Ed.5 pp. 53 RICHARDS, GERALD J., 118 Monroe St., Industrial Ed.5 Pub. Salesman 15 A.l.A. 3, 45 pp. 53, 104 RIFFLE, JANET M., 759 Infirmary Rd., Business Ed.5 Slip Coll. 15 pp. 53, 92 RIGGS, MARTHA J., 165 Larkment Dr., General5 Bowling 15 pp. 53 RISER, VERNON T. 175 Dilworth St., Industrial Ed.5 Basket- ball 15 Football 1, 25 A.l.A. 45 pp. 53 ROBERTS, KENNETH L., 523 Bond St., Industrial Ed.5 A. l.A. 45 pp. 53, 104 ROBERTS, M. SUE, 123 Kaiser Ct., Business Ed.5 Baseball I5 Basketball 15 Bowling 15 Cheerleader 1, 25 Jr. Choir 25 Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Leaders' Group 4, Boosters' Club 3, Y-Teens 4, Student Council 3, 4, Youth Council 1, 2, Homecoming Queen, Girls' Distinction Day Com. 4, pp. 46, 53, 89, 98, 130 ROBINSON, ELAINE K., 523 Princeton Ave., Classical, Cadet Band 1, Herald 3, 4, Pub. Salesman 1, 3, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Monitor 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Chem. Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-3, pp. 53, 96, 101, 109 ROCK, WALTER W., 382 Longfellow St., Scientific, Basket- balll-4, Football 1-4, Track 2-4, Varsity E 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, pp. 53, 102, 132, 134, 137, 138, 140 ROKA, GLORIA J., 249 Pasadena Ave., Classical, Base- ball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Bowling 2, Volleyball 1, Fr. Chorus, Herald 2-4, French Club 2, Latin Club 2, Chem. Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Secy. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Student Council 1, Youth Council 1, 2, Distinction Day, Cgais Night Com. 4, pp. 53, 54, 60, 61, 101, 110, 130, 1 RORICK, WILLIAM C., 221 Ohio St., Scientific, Concert Band 4, Marching Band 4, Elyrian 2, 3, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, 3, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 4, Hi-Y 1-4, Distinction Day, pp. 27, 53, 92, 94, 107, 117, 123, 124, 132 ROTHEL, LINDA E., 335 Ohio St., General, Fr. Chorus, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 53 SABO, GARY K., 334 Longfellow St., Scientific, All School Play 3, 4, Pub. Salesman 2, Announcer 4, Chem. Aide 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 3, Hi-Y 2-4, Treas. 3, Youth Council 2, 4, Distinction Day, Thespians 4, Class Vice-President 4, pp. 27, 36, 53, 60, 89, 93, 99, 107, 113, 115, 162 SADDLER, THOMAS M., 124 Stanford Ave., Scientific, Ely- rian 3, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, 3, Announcer 4, Library Asst. 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Monitor 4, Jr. A- chievement 3, Pres., Hi-Y 1-4, Treas. 2, V.-Pres. 3, Dis- tinction Day, Homeroom Coll. 4, pp. 53, 57, 92, 93, 107. SALAJ, MARTHA J., 1176 Bell Ct., Business Ed., Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 4, Grade School Secy. 4, pp. 53, 110 SAMPLES, LINDA E., 609 Furnace St., General, Bowling 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, F.T.A. 3, pp. 53 SANDERS, JANICE L., 2109 Lake Ave., Business Ed., Base- ball 2, Bowling 3, 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Office Asst. 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 53, 60, 97, 110 SAWYER, LESLIE D., 435 Cambridge Ave., Scientific, Base- ball 1, 2, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, Movie Wkr. 2, Pro- jectionist 2, Hi-Y 1-4, pp. 53, 107 SAYERS, DARRELL A., 1251 East Ave., General, F.B.L.A. 4, D.E.C.A. 4, pp. 54, 93, 97 SCHAEFER, GERALD E., 170 Manor Dr., Scientific, pp. 54. SCHLEGEL, H. JAMES, 139 Seneca St., Classical, Basket- ball 1, Latin Club 4, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 1, Color Com. 4, pp. 40, 54, 94, 115 SCHMITTGEN, BARBARA E., 236 Columbus St., General, Baseball 1-4, Basketball 2-4, Bowling 1-4, Tennis 3, Vol- leyball 2-4, Red 81 White Game 3, All School Play Crew 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Orchestra 2-4,Herald 2, 3, Editor 3, Pub. Salesman 1-3, Announcer 3, 4, Chm. 4, Movie Wkr. 3, French Club 3, 4, Honors Read- ing Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Boos- ters' Club 2, 3, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Youth Council 4, pp. 11, 24, 54, 93, 95, 99,109, 110, 113, 117, 118, 130 SCHMITTGEN, JUDITH A., 1013 Gulf Rd., Classical, Base- ball 1, 2, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1, 2, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, Red 8- White Game 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Announ- cer 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boos- ters' Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Student Council 2, Youth Coun- cil 1-4, Distinction Day, Freshman Princess, Gift Com. Co- Chm. 4, pp. 6, 7, 48, 54, 93, 99, 110, 118, 130 SCHNEIDER, JAMES F., 1244 Sugar Ridge Rd., Industrial Ed., Football 2-4, A.l.A. 3, pp. 54, 102, 134, 137 SCHULHOF, STUART H., 132 Chase St., Scientific, Concert Band 2-4, Marching Band 3, 4, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Honors Reading Club 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, pp. 54, 92, 109, 123, 124 SCOTT, RIDGELEY, 357 Kenyon Ave., General, pp. 60. SEGHY, IRENE F., 941 Gulf Rd., Classical, Basketball 2, Tennis 2, Library Asst. 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, pp. 54, 94, 95, 110 SENEFF, BEVERLY G., 439 W. River St., Business Ed., Bas- ketball 1, 2, Bowling 1, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, pp. 54 SHAW, ROBERT B., 128 Princeton Ave., General, All School Play Crew 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Chem. Aide 3, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 4, pp. 27, 54, 107 SHEETS, NORMA J., 107 Williams St., Business Ed., Lib- rary Asst. 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4, pp. 54, 93, 95 SHEFFIELD, LAWRENCE E., 120 Berkeley Dr., Scientific, Monitor 2-4, Slip Coll. 2, Math Club 4, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 1-4, Distinction Day, pp. 27, 54, 92, 107 SHENEFELT, JOAN C., 606 E. Broad St., Business Ed., Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1, 2, 4, Hockey 2, Volleyball 3, 4, Red 8. White Game 3, Pub. Salesman 3, Monitor 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, Y- Teens 1-4, pp. 55, 92, 110, 130 SHEPHERD, THOMAS S., 139 Huron St., Scientific, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Football 1-4, Golf 2-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 2, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-4, Chem. Aide 4, Latin Club 2, Math Club 4, Chem. Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Varsity E 4, Jr..Achievement 3, Student Council 3, Youth Council 1, 2, Homeroom Coll. 4, pp. 55, 57, 99, 102, 103, 112, 115, 134, 137, 139, 140 SHERMAK, DONNA M., 165 Brandston Ave., Business Ed., Bowling 4, F.B.L.A. 4, pp. 55, 97 SHILLING, TERRY S., 418 Washington Ave., Scientific, Basketball 1, Football 1-4, Track Mgr. 3, Varsity E 3, 4, pp. 55, 102, 132, 134, 137 SIEVERT, GARY L., 347 Roosevelt Ave., Industrial Ed., Football 1, 2, V.I.C. 3, 4, pp. 55, 105 SIMON, 'MAR?ARET A., 909 Gulf Rd., Classical, Baseball 2, Basketball -4, Bowling 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Red 81 White Game 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Latin Club 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, Y-Teens 1-4, Flower Com. 4, pp. 42, 55, 92, 118, 130 SINGER, KENNETH C., 382 Roosevelt Ave., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4, Secy. 4, pp. 55, 105 SLATER, SANDRA L., 1202 West Ave., General, D.E.C.A. 3, 4, pp. 55, 93 SMALLWOOD, RICHARD M., 1308 Linwood St., Industrial Ed., Football 1-4, Track 1-4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Varsity E 1-4, pp. 55, 102, 119, 1.32, 134, 137 SMITH, JOHN P., 223 Stanford Ave., General, Jr. Achieve- ment 3, Hi-Y 2-4, Transferred To E.H.S. in 1956, pp. 55. SMITH, ROBERT E., 119 Glendale Ct., Industrial Ed., Foot- ball 3, A. Cappella 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Student Council 4, pp. 55, 98, 104, 119 SMITH, RONALD M., 203 Lake Ave., Industrial Ed., Foot- ball 1, A.l.A. 3, Secy., pp. 55 SMITH, STEPHEN J., 520 W. 16th St., Industrial Ed., pp. 55 ' SNIEZEK, RICHARD A., 310 Blaine St., General, Athletic Office Wkr. 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Pres., pp. 55, 93 SNYDER, JERRY D. 4 Forest St., Industrial Ed., Herald 1, V.l.C. 3, 4, pp. 55, 105 SORG, HARRY R., 1147 West Ave., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4, Secy. 4, pp. 55, 105 SPARKS, KATHLEEN R., 432 Adams St., Business Ed., Baseball 1, Bowling 2, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, F.T.A. 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, pp. 55 SPIKE, BEVERLY S., 235 Hamilton Ave., Classical, Bas- ketball 3, Bowling 4, Herald 1-3, Editor 3, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-4, Announcer 3, 4, Monitor 2, 4, Office Asst. 3, Latin Club 2, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, Secy. 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Treas. 2, V.- Pres. 4, Youth Council 3, 4, Secy. 4, Girls' Distinction Day Com. 4, pp. 46, 55, 92, 93, 99, 110, 130 SPIKE, ELAINE E., 245 Hamilton Ave., Scientific, Baseball 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1-4, Hockey 3, Tennis 3, 4, Volleyball 2-4, Red 8t White Game 3, All School Play Crew 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Herald 2, 3, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Announcer 3, 4, Physics Aide 4, Monitor 3, 4, French Club 3, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Play- ers' Club 3, 4, Boosters' Club 3, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4, Youth Council 2-4, Distinction Day, Class Night Com. 4, pp. 54, 55, 60, 92, 93, 99, 110, 115, 119, 126, 127, 130. SPRAGUE, ANTHONY P., 231 Harvard Ave., Scientific, All School Play Crew 3, 4, Sr. Class Play Crew 3, Physics Club 4, Players' Club 3, 4, pp. 55, 60 SPRENKLE, JOHN H., 236 Stanford Ave., Scientific, Basket- ball 1, Announcer 3, 4, Monitor 4, Math Club 4, Jr. A- chievement 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 1-4, Secy. 2, V.-Pres. 4, Student Council 3, Prom Com. 4, pp. 27, 51, 56, 92, 93, 107, 112 STANDEN, JACK C., 217 Glenwood St., Fine Arts, pp. 56. STANG, RICHARD W., 326 Griswold Rd., lndustrial Ed., pp. 30, 56 STARR, ROBERT D., 216 Denison Ave., Scientific, A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, Announcer 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Hi-Y 1-4, Secy. 4, Youth Council 2, 3, Ring Com. 3, Boys' Distinction Day Com. Chm. 4, pp. 52, 56, 93, 107, 119 STEINBERG, EILEEN, 521 Randall Rd., Classical, Glee Club 1, Concert Band 1-4, Marching Band 1-4, Spanish Club 3, Jr.3Achievement 2, Transferred To E.H.S. in 1958, pp. 56, 12 , 124 STELLATO, ANTHONY B., 1217 East Ave., lndustrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, pp. 56, 105 STETSON, SARAH L., 446 Cambridge Ave., Business Ed., Tax Stamp Coll. 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Red Cross 4, Y-Teens 2-4, pp. 56, 96, 97, 110 STILES DIANA, 2125 S. Oak St., Home Economics, Basket- ball 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, pp. 56 STILES, YVONNE C., 355 16th St., Scientific, A Cappella Choir 2, Spanish Club 3, Jr. Achievement 4, Treas., Y- Teens 3, 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1956, pp. 56, 110. STITH, BARBARA G., 341 Columbia Ave., General, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, French Club 3, Latin Club 2, F.B.L.A. 4, Red Cross 3, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 56, 97 STOCK, DAVID A., 1122 West Ave., Scientific, Football Mgr. 1-4, Basketball Mgr. 1-4, Baseball Mgr. 1-4, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus, Latin Club 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, 4, Chem. Club 3, 4, Merit Scholarship Semifinalist and Finalist, pp. 56, 58, 94 STRAUSS, JACK G., 410 W. 6th St., Scientific, Basket- ball 1, 2, Football 1-4, Basketball Mgr. 3, 4, A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4. V.-Pres. 4, Jr. Choir 2, Pres., Fr. Chorus, Latin Club 2, Varsity E 3, 4, Class Night Com. 4, pp. 54, 56,102,119, 134, 136 STRICKLER, CAROL A., 1120 Riverside Dr., General, Li- brary Asst. 3, French Club 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Cafeteria Wkr. 3, 4, pp. 56, 103 SWART, ETHELRUTH, 124 Bell Ave., General, Y-Teens 1, 2, pp. 28, 56 SWIGER, DONNA K., 528 Park Pl., Business Ed., Basketball 1, 2, Bowling 2, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, F.B.L.A. 4, F.T.A. 2, Y-Teens 1-3, Distinction Day, pp. 56, 97 T TAFT, GARRY H., 702 Abbe Rd., Scientific, Football 2-4, Track 3, Bowling 3, 4, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Varsity E 2-4, Student Council 4, pp. 56, 98, 102, 134, 137 TALARSKY, RAYMOND N., 291 Harwood St., lndustrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4, pp. 56, 105 TARRY, SANDRA L., 169 Seneca St., General, Bowling 2, 3, Jr. Achievement 4, Hi-Y 3, Distinction Day, pp. 56 TAYLOR, ELLYN M., 143 Pasadena Ave., General, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Red Cross 1, 2, D.E.C.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, pp. 56, 93 TAYLOR, SALLY A., 124 Warren Ave., Classical, Bowling 1, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Latin Club 2, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Boosters' Club 3, F.T.A. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, pp. 56, 94 EAYLOR, WILLIAM H., 608 Middle Ave., Business Ed., pp. 7 TERRELL, LINDA A., 808 Park Ave., Business Ed., Fr. Chor- us, F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, pp. 57, 92, 110 TERRELL, SANDRA L., 808 Park Ave., Classical., Hockey 2, Volleyball 4, Monitor 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, 3, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Secy. 3, Stu- dent Council 3, pp. 57, 92, 95, 110, 130 THOMPSON, MARY E., 119 Edison Ct., Classical, Baseball 1, Bowling 2, Y-Teens 1-4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Elyrian 2-4, Co-Editor 4, Latin Club 4, Chem. Club 4, Honors Read- ing Club 4, Boosters' Club 2, F.T.A. 2-4, Distinction Day, Quill 84 Scroll, pp. 57, 94, 96, 100, 109, 110, 114, 115 THURMAN, JOY L., 825 Lake Ave., General, pp. 57 TILLMAN, MARK F., 518 Middle Ave., Scientific, Foot- ball 1, 2, Fr. Chorus, Chem. Aide 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Math Club 4, Physics Club 4, Student Council 2, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1957, pp. 57, 112, 115 TITE, LOREEN A., 433 Cleveland St., Business Ed., Basket- ball 1, 2, Tennis 3, Volleyball 1, 2, Pub. Salesman 1, 2, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 2, Athletic Office Wkr. 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, Jr. A- chievement 3, Treas., F.T.A. 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Homeroom Coll. 4, pp. 57, 92, 95, 110, 130, 131 TOBICASH, ANTHONY M., 1500 W. Griswold Rd., Fine Arts, pp. 60 TOMASEK, GERALD F., 436 Metcalf Rd., lndustrial Ed., A.l.A. 3, 4, pp. 57 TOWNE, THOMAS A., 10 Persons Ct., lndustrial Ed., A.l.A. 3, pp. 57 TUREK, JAMES A., 350 Ohio St., Scientific, Track 3, Con- cert Band 4, Marching Band 4, Announcer 4, Monitor 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, pp. 15, 57, 92, 93, 107, 123, 124, 132 TURNER, CARL R., 136 Roosevelt Ave., Scientific, Football 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, pp. 57, 94 U URSEM, EDWARD A., 951 E. River St., Fine Arts, --- pp. 57 V VAN SYKE, ROBERT S., 356 Miami Ave., Scientific, Bio- logy Club 4, Chem. Club 3, Physics Club 4, pp. 58, 114. VARGA, SANDRA D., 346 Oxford Ave., Business Ed., Bas- ketball 3, Bowling 4, Pres., Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Pub. Salesman 2, 3, Monitor 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Boosters' Club 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Gift Com. 4, pp. 48, 110, 130, 162 VEARD, JON R., 122 Mound St., Business Ed., D.E.C.A. 4, pp. 58, 93 W WALKER, DENNIS S., 213 Glenwood St., Business Ed., French Club 3, Jr. Achievement 4, Hi-Y 4, pp. 58, 107 WALIA, GRACE E., 241 White Oak Dr., Business Ed., Base- ball 1, Bowling 1, Hockey 1, Volleyball 1, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Jr. Achievement 4, D.E.C.A. 2, Y-Teens 4, Grade School Secy. 4, pp. 58 WALLACE, MAUREEN L., 182 Pasadena Ave., General, Bowling 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, F.B.L.A. 4, Boosters' Club 3, Jr. Achievement 3, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 58, 110, 119 WARREN, SHERRY L., 601 2nd St., General, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Secy. 2, Fr. Chorus, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, Spanish Club 3, Boosters' Club 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Treas. 1, Pres. 2, Announce- ment Com. Chm. 4, pp. 39, 58, 97, 110 WATT, JAMES W., 815 Clark St., lndustrial Ed., A.l.A. 3, 4, pp. 30, 58 WEBB, ERNEST D., 805 Longson Ave., Scientific, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, Pub. Salesman 1-3, Physics Club 4, Boosters' Club 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Distinction Day, Boys' Distinction Day Com. 4, pp. 52, 58, 107 WEINSTEIN, RICHARD P., 401 Bond St., lndustrial Ed., V.1.C. 3, 4, Treas. 4, pp. 58, 105 WELLMAN,' MARCIA J.,' 320 Cornell Ave., Classical, Bas- ketball 4, Orchestra 1-4, String Ensemble 2-4, Pub. Sales- man 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 2-4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Treas., Boosters' Club 2, 3, F. T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4, Distinction Day, pp. 59, 95, 96, 109,113,116, 117 WELLMAN, ROBERT T., 801 Oakwood Dr., Scientific, Dis- tinction Day, pp. 27, 59 WHITE, BYRON D., 328 Oxford Ave., General, Track 2, Distinction Day, pp. 59 WHITE, JOSEPH W., 9 Shear St., lndustrial Ed., Football 1-4, Co-Capt. 4, Golf 1, Track 2, Varsity E 3, 4, Jr. A- chievement 3, A.l.A. 3, 4, Gift Com. 4, pp. 30, 33, 48, 59, 104, 134, 136 WHITNEY, GERALD L., 332 Oxford Ave., Industrial Ed., A.l.A. 4, pp. 59, 104 WHITTEMORE, WILLARD M., 212 Dellefield Rd., Business Ed., Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958, pp. 59 WIGGINTON, FRED D., 279 Longford Ave., Business Ed., Football 3, 4, Track 3, All School Play Crew 3, Student Council 3, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1957, pp. 59, 102, 132, 134, 136 WILEY, JUANITA A., 134 Northrup St., Fine Arts, Basket- ball 1, Orchestra 2-4, String Ensemble 2-4, Pub. Salesman 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Boosters' Club 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, pp. 59, 92, 94, 116, 117 WILLIAMS, PATRICIA A., 426 W. 9th St., Business Ed., Bowling 1, All School Play Crew 3, Pub. Salesman 2, Li- brary Asst. 2, Spanish Club 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 3, Boosters' Club 2, 3, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2-4, pp. 59 WILSON, DEANNA, 318 Cambridge Ave., Fine Arts, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus, Y-Teens 1, 2, pp. 59, 96 WISSINGER, RICHARD A., 136 Fairlawn Ave., Industrial Ed., pp. 59 WOLFE, SAMUEL H., 608 E. Broad St., Business Ed., D.E. C.A. 4, pp. 59, 93 WOLCQDZKO, PATRICIA C., 475 W. 11th St., Business Ed., pp. 5 WOODINGS, PATRICIA L., 2045 Lake Ave., Classical, Bowl- ing 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Concert Band 1-4, Marching Band 1-4, Secy. 4, Orchestra 2-4, Secy. 4, F.T.A. 4,Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Y-Teens 2-4, Youth Council 3, Distinction Day, Ways 8. Means Com. 4, pp. 45, 59,95,11O,117,119,122,123,124- WRANSKY, JOSEPH A., 341 Rockfern Ave., Industrial Ed., A.l.A. 4, pp. 59, 104 Y YEARLEY, FRANK A., 301 Caldwell Ave., Industrial Ed., Cc.feteria Wkr. 1-4, pp. 59 YEARLEY, KAAREN M., 304 Caldwell Ave., General, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Bowling 2, 3, Pub. Salesman 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Boosters' Club 2, Jr. Achievement 4, F.T.A. 3, Y- Teens 1-4, Distinction Day, pp. 59, 110 YOUNG, CAROLE J., 214 Princeton Ave., Classical, A Cop- pella Choir 4, Fr. Chorus, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Distinction Day, pp. 59, 92, 95, 96,109,110,119,130 YOUNG, JERRY R., 190 Jay Rr., Industrial Ed., Jr. Achieve- ment 4, V.-Pres., A.I.A. 4, pp. 59, 104 YUHAS, STEVE L., 1504 W. Griswold Rd., Industrial Ed., Football 1, 2,, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus, A.l.A. 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, pp. 59, 104 Z ZACHARIAS, CAROL M., 1005 E. River St., General, Bas- ketball 4, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2-4, Marching Band 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Boosters' Club 2, Jr. Achievement 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, pp. 60, 96, 110, 123, 124 ZACK, THOMAS, 123 Charles Ct., Business Ed., D.E.C.A. 4, Hi-Y 1-3, pp. 60, 93 ZAFFER, JOHN G., 338 E. Bridge St., Scientific, Baseball 1-4, Basketball 1, Football 2-4, Varsity E 3, 4, Distinction Day, pp. 60, 102, 134, 136 ZAHARS, THOMAS J., 359 Cornell Ave., Scientific, Herald 1, Pub. Salesman 1-3, Jr. Achievement 3, V.-Pres., Hi-Y 2-4, Student Council 4, Distinctino Day, Ring Com. 3, Homeroom Coll. 4, pp. 57, 60, 98, 107 ZALEHA, RONALD J., 38134 Sugar Ridge Rd., Industrial Ed., pp. 60 ZALESKI, PATRICIA J., 379 Oberlin Rd., Business Ed., Base- ball 1, Basketball 1, Bowling 4, Monitor 2, F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achievement 4, Treas., Y-Teens 4, pp. 60, 110 ZGODA, PATRICIA A., 1175 Bell Ave., General, F.H.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, F.T.A. 1, 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, Mimeo- graph Wkr. 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 4, Transferred to E. H.S. in 1957, pp. 60, 97 FACULTY AND SPECIAI SERVICES INDEX A ALLEN, EDWARD, A.B., Denison U., Chemistry, Physical Ed., Boosters' Club and Chemistry Club Adviser, pp. 27, 115 AMIDON, MRS. M., Cafeteria Worker, pp. 32, 33 ANDERSON, MRS. K., Custodian, pp. 33 ASIRE, JOSEPH J., B.S., Ohio State U., Biology, General Science, Biology Club Adviser, pp. 27, 114 BAKER, MISS NINA J., B.A., Ohio Wesleyan U., North- western U., Columbia U., English IIIA, Speech IIIB, pp. 22 BAKO, MRS. B., Cafeteria Worker, pp. 33 BALL, MRS. MARY, .Custodian, pp. 33 BARTON, WILLIAM, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Kent State U., Driver Education, Coach of Football and Golf, Varsity E Ad- viser, pp. 31, 102, 131, 132, 136 BASTIK, MRS. S., Cafeteria Worker, pp. 32, 33 BAUER, RALPH F., A.B., Wittenberg C., M.A., Columbia U., Biology, Biology Club Asst. Adviser, pp. 27 BAXTER, E. GLENN, B.S. in Ed., Bowling Green State U., M.A., Ohio State U., Problems in Everyday Living, Social Problems, pp. 24 BECK, J. MARTIN, B.M., U. of Rochester, U. of Colorado, Choral Music, pp. 4, 5, 21, 118, 119, 120, 121 BLYSTONE, B. F., Bus Driver, pp. 33 BOYLAN, MRS. CARROL T., B.S. in Ed., U. of California lL.A.I, M.A., Ohio State U., English I and lSp., Elyrian Adviser, pp. 22, 100 BOYLAN, J. KENNETH, Ph.B., U. of Notre Dame, Kent State U., English I, IIIB, Honors Reading Club Chairman, pp. 22, 109 BRANNING, MRS. JO ANN, B.A., Ohio Wesleyan U., Cafe- teria Manager, pp. 32, 33 BROWNE, R. C., Bus Driver, pp. 33 BURTON, E. J., B.S., Wilmington C., Ohio U., U. of Cin- cinnati, General History, Counselor of Freshman and Sopho- more Boys, pp. 18 C CARPENTER, ERNEST F., B.S. in Ed., Ohio Northern U., Sheet Metal, Industrial Arts I, ll, A.l.A, Asst. Adviser, pp. 30 COFFLAND, MRS. IDA, B.S., Ohio State U., ,Foods l, ll, pp. 28 CATTLETT, MRS. ALICE, Custodian, pp. 33 DAVIS, SIDNEY, B Sch. M., Oberlin Conservatory, M. M., Northwestern U., Grade School String Classes, Orchestra Director, String Ensemble Director, pp. 21, 117 DAWSON, MRS. KATHARINE, B.S., Cornell U., Western Reserve U., Foods I, ll, Clothing ll, pp. 28 DECKER, RICHARD C., B.M.E., Baldwin-Wallace Conserv- atory of Music, Cadet Band Director, Harmony and Theory, Music Appreciation, Jr. High Instruction, Asst. Band Direc- tor, pp. 21, 117, 122, 123, 125 DEEDS, CARL C., B.S., Ohio State U., Sales, Store Man- agement, Merchandising, D.E.C.A. Adviser, pp. 29, 93 DICKIE, MRS. MARY, B.S. in Ed., U. of Nebraska, General Business, Economic Geography, Business Law, F.B.L.A. Ad- viser, pp. 29, 97 DILLEN, MRS. P., Custodian, pp. 33 DILLER, P. EMORY, B.A., Bluffton C., M.A., Ohio State U., General Mathematics Sp., Distribution Chairman of Com- mencement Tickets, pp. 26 DOAN, RUSSELL, B.S. in Ed., M.E., Kent State .U., Health, Physical Education, Athletic Director, Head of Health and Physical Education, pp. 31, 131, 132 EATON, F. A., B.A., Wittenberg C., Counselor of Attend- ance, pp. 32 ELLIOTT, FOSTER, B.A., Otterbein C., M.A. Ohio State U., U. of Colorado: Principal, pp. 18 ELLIOTT, MRS. P., Custodian, pp. 33 EUBANKS, MISS MABEL F., A.B., Otterbein C., Home Liv- ing and Child Care, Clothing I, pp. 28 F FAUVER, WORTH, Board of Education, pp.20 FOWELL, MISS GLADYS, B.A., Oberlin C., M.A., Western Reserve U., English IVA, Sr. Honors Reading Club Adviser, pp. 22, 109 FRAYLICK, MRS. DE LAURICE, A.B., Lake Erie C., Ameri- can History, English IVB, pp. 24 FUNK, J. D., A.B., Michigan State Normal, B.S., Ohio Northern U., Bookkeeping I, Il, pp. 29 G GANTZ, MRS. GERTRUDE, Receptionist, pp. 18, 19, 92 GLEASON, OWEN, B.S. in Ed., Miami U., M.A., U. of Cin- cinnati, Driver Education, German l, ll, pp. 23, 145 GMEINDL, LOUIS, JR., B.S., Muskingum C., Plane Geom- etry, Algebra Il, Solid Geometry, Sr. Hi-Y Adviser, pp. 26 GOTTFRIED, DR. FRANKLIN, Superintendent of Schools, pp. 20 GRABOR, MRS. H., Cafeteria Worker, pp. 33 HALL, CARLTON F., M.A. in Ed., Miami U., Western Re- serve U., Mechanical Drawing, Industrial Arts I, ll, A.l.A. Adviser, pp. 30, 104 HANSEN, MRS. I., Cafeteria Worker, pp. 33 HARK, MISS BARBARA, B.S. in Ed., Wittenberg C., Eng- lish I, IIIA, Speech, Play Director, Players' Club and Na- tional Thespians Society Adviser, pp. 22, 60, 113 HARMAN, MISS EDITH M., B.S. in Ed., Ohio State U., Wittenberg C., Western Reserve U., Drawing and Painting l, Il, Advanced Art, pp. 25 HERD, MISS MABEL, B.A., B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ohio State Erbiish I, lSp., Fr. Honors Reading Club Adviser, pp. , 1 HERSMAN, ROBERT L., B.S. in Ed., Kent State U., lndus- trial Arts I, ll, Cabinet Making, Asst. Coach in Football and Basketball, pp. 30, 131, 140 HESS, MISS ANNA CATHERINE, B.A., C. of Wooster, Shorthand ll, Typing II, Head of Business Dept., Super- vision of Mimeograph Room Work, pp. 29, 97 HISTED, MISS MARGARET, Supervisor of Elementary Ed- ucation, pp. 20 HOFSTATTER, MISS ANN, A.B., Mount Union C., French l, Spanish I, ll, Spanish Club Adviser, pp. 23, 94, 95 HOWELLS, RICHARD M., B.S., Ohio State U., Biology, Gen- eral Mathematics, Asst. Adviser of Biology Club, pp. 26 HUGHS, MISS BARBARA, B.S. in Ed., Ohio U., English IIIB, Physical Education and Health, pp. 31 IGNATZ, ,MRS. I., Cafeteria Worker, pp.33 IVES, LARRY, Custodian, pp.33 J JOHNSON, GEORGE, JR., Board of Education, pp. 20 JONES, MISS EDNA, B.A., Ohio Wesleyan, Summer school at Rio Grande C., U. of Michigan, U. of Wisconsin, and U. of Colorado, Latin I, ll, Ill, Latin Club Adviser, pp. 23, 94 JONES, ROY S., B.S. in Ed., Muskingum C., Physics, Alge- bra I, Physics Club Adviser, pp. 27, 115 K KEHLER, JAMES L., Vocational Temporary, Kent State U., Industrial Arts ll, Machine Shop, Related Information, V. I.C. Adviser, pp. 30, 105 KELLY, MISS MARY, A.B., Oberlin C., M.A., Western Re- serve U., General History, pp. 24 KEMBLE, MISS MARIAN, A.B., Oberlin C., M.A., Colum- bia U., Dean of Girls, pp. 18, 80 KING, AL, Bus Driver, pp. 33 KISHBAUGH, MRS. MARGARET, B.S., Kent State U., Spe- cial Education, pp. 32 KISSEBERTH, DEAN H., B.S. in Ed., Kent State U., Auto Mechanics, Related Information, Industrial Arts II, V.I.C. Adviser, pp. 30, 105 KLUBERT, JOHN, Custodian, pp. 33 KRUECK, MRS. CAROLYN, Secretary to the Assistanf Prin- cipal and the Deans, pp. 18, 19, 92 KRUPKO, MRS. M., Cafeteria Worker, pp. 33 I. LAUTENSCHLEGER, EARL, B.A., M.A., Ohio State U., Short Courses ,at U.C.L.A., Bowling Green State U., Kent State U., and Ohio U., Biology, Senior Science, Photography, Photo Squad Adviser, School Treasurer, pp. 27, 103 LEACH, MISS LUCILLE, B.A., B.E., U. of Akron, English Il, Latin I, F.T.A. Adviser, pp. 22, 96 LEEK, QRS. PHILIP B., B.A., Ohio Wesleyan U., English : pp. 2 LEES, MRS. LOIS E., B.A., Oberlin C., Design and Craft, Drawing and Painting, pp. 25 ' LLEWELLYN, MISS SANDRA, B.S. in Ed., Wittenberg C., American History, pp. 24 M MAHAFFEY, MISS MARGARET E., B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ohio State U., English Il, The Herald Adviser, pp. 22, 101 MAURER, D. R., Bus Driver, pp. 33 MC CLELLAN, W. O., Director of Housing and Finance, Clerk of the Board of Education, pp. 20 MC QUILLIN, WAYNE R., B. of Ed., U. of Toledo, U. of Michigan, M.A., Ohio State U., Assistant Principal, An- nouncer Adviser, pp. 18, 19, 93 MESSAROS, ROBERT F., B.S. in Ed., Miami U., General Science, Asst. Coach of Football and Track, General Science Club Adviser, pp. 27, 114, 131 MILLS, MRS. B., Cafeteria Worker, pp. 33 MIRQSEN, GEORGE, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, PP- MOATS, MISS MARLA, B.S. in Ed., Kent State U., Business Machines, Bookkeeping I, General Business, Junior Class Adviser, pp. 29, 62 MOORE, MRS. B., Cafeteria Worker, pp. 33 MORRIS, DUFFRIN A., B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ohio State U., Supervisor of Industrial Education, pp. 32 N NAPLES, MISS DOROTHY J., B.S., Slippery Rock State Teachers, U. of Pittsburgh, Western Reserve U., Health and Physical Education, Girls' Intramurals Adviser, pp. 31 NEWELL, MRS. ESTELLE L., B.S. in Ed., Ohio U., Health and Physical Education, Cheerleaders, Boosters' Club, and Leaders' Group Adviser, pp. 31, 128, 130 9 . OHLEMACHER, BURTON, Board of Education, pp. 20 P PAUL, WILLIAM, A.B., Capital U., Trigonometry, Algebra ll, Ill, Solid Geometry, Mathematics Club Adviser, pp. 26 PECK, MRS. LILLIAN, B.A., William Jennings Bryan U., Peabody Teachers' College, John B. Stetson U., English ll, General History, pp. 24 PHILLIPS, MRS., Custodian, pp. 33 PRITCHETT, PAUL, B.A., Marietta C., English Il, French I, pp. 22, 95 RAKESTRAW, JAMES B., B.S. in Ed., U. of Toledo, Health and Physical Education, General History, Coach of Tennis, Boys' Intramurals Adviser, pp. 31, 131, 133 RASNER, MRS. B., Custodian, pp. 33 REICHENBACH, DALE E., A.B., Bluffton C., M. of Ed., Bowling Green State U., American History, Social Prob- lems, Coach of Varsity Basketball and Fr. Football, pp. 24, 131, 138, 140 RICHARD, RAYMOND C., B.S., Ohio State U., Kent State U., Vocational Welding, Related Information, Industrial Arts II,V.I.'C. Adviser, pp. 30, 105 ROWEN, HOWARD, Custodian, pp. 33 ROSE, ALLYN S., B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ohio State U., Social Problems, pp. 24 ROSER, MISS CAROL M., B.S., Wittenberg C., Typewriting I, ll, Clerical Procedures, pp. 29 S SANDREW, GEORGE, B.S., Baldwin-Wallace C., Chemistry, Chemistry Club Adviser, pp. 12, 27, 115 SCARBROUGH, CLARENCE, B.S., M.A., Ohio State U., Gen- eral History, General Business, pp. 24 SCOTT, MISS MARGARET, B.A., B.L.S., M.A., Western Re- serve U. lFlora Stone Mather, School of Library Science, and Graduate Schooll, Librarian, Elyria Chapter of Ohio Stu- dent Librarians Association Adviser, pp. 32, 95 SHELDON, JOHN M., B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., Bowling Green State U., Industrial Arts l, Engineering Drawing, Printing l, ll, Asst. Coach of Football and Basketball, pp. 30, 131 SHOOK, GEORGE, Head Custodian, pp. 33 SHORT, C. E., A.B., Baldwin-Wallace C., A.M., Western Reserve U., Algebra l, ll, Solid Geometry, pp. 26 SHUMAKER, MISS LENORE J., B.A., Ohio Wesleyan U., M.A., Western Reserve U., English ll, IVE, pp. 22 S?1ON, MRS. SUZANNE, Secretary to the Principal, pp. 1 , 19, 92 SLAGER, ROBERT W., B.S. in Ed., Bowling Green State U., General History, American History, Coach of Fr. Basketball and Cross Country, pp. 24, 131, 141 SMITH, A. N., A.B., Ohio Northern U., Kent State U., General Science, Supervisor of Audio-Visual Education, pp. 27 SMITH, MRS. BARBARA, B.A., C. of Wooster, General Sci- ence, pp. 27 SMITH, MISS NANCY LEE, B.S. in Ed., Bowling Green State U., American History, English ll, pp. 24 SMITH, PIERRE, Board of Education, pp. 20 SMITH, S. C., B.A., Wilmington C., M.A., Western Reserve U., Director of Guidance and Testing, pp. 32 SOOY, MRS. V., Bus Driver, pp. 33 STEWZQRT, PAUL, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, PP- STILWELL, MRS. CORNELIA, R.N., Mt. Sinai School of Nursing, School Nurse, pp. 32 STOFER, MISS ALICE, B.A., Ohio Wesleyan U., M.A., Ohio State U., English IVAX, lll Speech, Jr. Reading Club Ad- viser, pp. 22, 109 STROHM, MISS MARGARET, B.S., Bowling Green State U., U. of Minnesota, Ohio State U., Jr. High Special Edu- cation, pp. 32 SWEIGARD, CLETUS, B.S., Bowling Green State U., General Mathematics, Shop Mathematics, Coach Reserve Football, Asst. Coach of Baseball, pp. 26, 131, 133, 135 SUHSZJ DR. WESLEY, President of the Board of Education, PP- SURMON, HAL, Bus Driver, pp. 33 T TAYLOR, CHARLES, Custodian, pp. 33 TAYLOR, RUFUS, Board of Education, pp. 20 THOUROT, GEORGE, B.S., Bowling Green State U., Dean of Boys, pp. 18 TRAICOFF, GEORGE, JR., B.S., Miami U., Kent State U., General Business, Bookkeeping l, Typing I, General Busi- ness, pp. 29 V VOGAN, MISS MABEL, B.S. in Ed., Fairmont State Teach- ers C., Shorthand l, Business English, pp. 29 W WAGSTAFF, MISS GERALDINE, A.B., Muskingum C., Den- ison U., English ll, lllB, IIIA, Creative Writing, Jr. Red gross adviser, Soph. Honors Reading Club Adviser, pp. 22, 6, 1 WALTERS, WILLIAM J., B.S., Ohio U., M.A., Western Re- serve U., Jr. High and High School Band Director, pp. 21, 122, 123, 124 WATTS, ERNEST, B.S., Bowling Green State U., M.A., West- gm Reserve U., Social Problems, Student Council Adviser, pp. 4 WEASE, MRS. JEAN, B.S., Muskingum C., Algebra I, Plane Geometry, pp. 26 WIECH, MRS. B., Cafeteria Worker, pp. 33 WILCOX, MISS JOSEPHINE, A.B., Baldwin-Wallace C., M.A., Columbia U., French 1, ll, English IIIA, Creative Writing, French Club Adviser, Senior Class Adviser, pp. 23, 36, 95 XZILSON, HAROLD, B.S., Denison U., Plane Geometry, pp. WILSON, RAY, B.S. in Ed., Ohio U., Health and Physical Education, Coach of Football, Head Coach of Baseball, pp. 31, 131, 133 ZVOSEC, STEVE, B.S. in Ed., Miami U., Electricity, Shop gA8the5natic?2Head Coach of Fr. Football and Track, pp. , 1 1, 1 UNDERCIASS INDEX A ABAHAZI, PAM, 245 Gates Ave. ---- PP. 80, 98, 1113, ABAHAZI, ROSALIE, 124 Edison Ct. .... pp. 62, 94, 96, 1 1 1, 1 19 ABAHAZI, SHARON, R.D. 2 Russia Rd. ........ pp. 88 ABOOKIRE, NORMA, 209 East 15th St. .... pp. 70, 89, 1 1 1, 128 ADAIR, PATRICIA, 310 Bell Ave. .......... pp. 28, 62 ADAMS, BOD, 215 Oberlin Rd. ----.. pp. 80, 121, 135 ADAMS, JACK, 601 Bond St. .-..---------- PP- 80 AINSLEY, BARBARA, 1007 Melvyn Lane. ...... pp. 70 ALDRICH, DAVID, 1035 N. Pasadena .... -- pp. 80 ALEXANDER, GRACE, 512 West River St. ...... pp. 70 ALLEN, DON, 227 Yale Ave. ..........---- PP- 62 ALLEN, MARY JANE, 227 Yale Ave. ........ pp. 88 ALLEN, STEVE, 210 Bellfield Ave. ...... .... p p. 80 ALLEY, PEGGY, 316 Tenth St. .............- pp. 70 ALLGOOD, MARY, 407 Bell Ave. ........ pp. 62, 128 ALTFILD, THEODORE, 589 Washington Ave. .... pp. 7905 ALTHIEDE, CLAIR, 409 Henry St. ---- pp. 80, 135, 141 ANDERSON, AUDREY, 901 West River St. ...... pp. 70 ANDERSON, THURMAN, 801 West River St. ...... pp. 62 ANDRESS, JIM, 116 St. Clair St. ........ pp. 70, 94 ANDREWS, JEANETTE, 1018 Lake Ave. -- ...... pp. 70 ANDRICK, MARION, 601 N. Murray Rd. ...... pp. 70 ANTHONY, JANET, 119 Columbus St. .... pp. 62, 93, 109, 111, 119 HNTONCZAK, JOHN, 174 Caroline St. ...-.. pp. 70, 103 ARACA, SAM, 146 Clark St. ............ pp. 80, 135 ARDMAN, CAROL, 255 Hamilton Ave. .... pp. 62, 92. 93, 101, 109, 113 ARENZ, PERRY, 745 West River St. ...... pp. 80, 125 ARMSTRONG, DIANNE, 226 Dowd Rd. .... pp. 70, 111 ARNDT, JERRY, 302 Hawthorne Ave. ...... pp. 62, 106 ARNETT, GARY, 227 West River Rd. ........ pp. 62 ASHBAUGH, BILL, 1310West'Ave. .......... pp. B0 ASHBAUGH, CAROL, 1310 West Ave. ........ pp. 70 A1'I'lSSON,JACK,327 Huron St. .......... pp. 80, 135 AUSTIN, STAN, East River St. ............ pp. 80, 121 AXX, ALICE, 560 Hilliard Rd. ...... pp. 70, 92, 94, 111 BABER, JANE, 120 W. Rambler Rd. .......... pp. 80 BADER, DAVID, 225 Howe St. ....... ...... p p. 62 BAILOR, DICK, 224 Prospect BAILOR, JIM, 224 Prospect ...... ..... - -- pp. 70 98, 106, BAILOSKY, GINGER, 229 Adelbert St. .... BAIRD, BEVERLY, 204 Park Ave. .... pp BAISDEN, BRENDA, 122 Nickols Ct. -- BAISDEN, LINDA, 122 Nickols Ct. .... BAKER, KENNETH, 190 Adelbert ...,,2 BAKER, TOM, 127 Oak St. .......... BALDWIN, MARIANNE, 223 Warren Ave. BALINT, JAMES, 206 Bath St. ---... .2.. BALL, DICK, 214126 Fourth St. .--... .... BALLAS, KIMBERLY, 230 West River St. pp. 80, 112, 125 . 70, 92, 94, 100, 111,119 --- pp. 70 --- pp. 70 ---- pp. 80 -------- pp. 80 ---- pp. 80, 120 pp. 62, 119 pp. 70, 106 - pp. 62, 92, 1 1 1, 1 19 BALLAS, PEGGY, 369 Beebe Ct. .... pp. 62, 111, 111396 BANIK, CAROLE ANN, 567 Turner St. .... pp. 62, 94, 96, 103, 111, 130 DANv11.1.E, Dos, 204 1-iofwood si. ............ pp. 70 BANVILLE, JIM, 123 Harwood St. BARA KAY, 2017 Lake Ave. .... pp. 80, 97, 112, 120 BARNDOLLAR, MOLLY, 1028 Middle Ave. .... pp. 62, 1 1 1, 1 13, 1 18 BARNES, DAVE, 1022 East Ave. ........ pp. 70, 135 BARNES, BOB, 327 South Maple St. .......... pp. 70 BARR, MOLLY, 1005 Reeves Rd. .... pp. 70, 92, 94, 99, 111, 121 BARRES, ROBERT, 1024 Bell Ave. ............ pp. 70 BARRETT DICK 1061 Garden si. Q . . - -------- DP. 80 BARTLEBAUGH, CONNIE, 212 Beebe Ct. .-.... pp. 62 BARTOS, DOLORES, 112 Lafayette St. ...... pp. 62, DAs1'11c, DAVID, 149 Erie sf. ...... pp. 62, 106, BASTIK, NANCY, 265 Hawthorne St. .... sAs1'1K, ROBERT, 149 Erie si. ...... DATES, BETTY, 237 Foster .......... pp. 86, 103, 111 119 pp. 62, 92, 103 135 pp. 62, 98, 119 114 BATES, RICHARD, 319 Fiffii si. .......... pp. 62, BAUER, DON, 1105 N. Pasadena .... BAUER, JUDY, 131 Bell Ave. .......... 70, 97, 106, 132, 135 pp. 62, 119 BAUGHMAN, BILL, 1068 N. Pasadena .... pp. 70, 895 11 BAUM, SUSAN, 4195 Cleveland St. .... BAUMHARDT, JANIE, 217 Sixth St. .... DP- , , 114, 121, 128 129 DEAL, BEVERLY, 343 Kenyon Ave. ...... 62, 120, 123, 124 ao 112 pp. ao, 120 BEAL, CATHIE, 357 Furnace St. .............. pp. 80 BEAL, DON, 343 Kenyon Ave. ...... pp. 62, 102, 134 BECHTEL, BOB, 127 Lafayette St. ........ pp. 62, 121 BECHTEL, LINDA, 225 Fifth St. ........ BECKER CHARLOTTE 353 15th St. -- pp. 80, 120 pp. 80 BECKER: ELTON, 730' Goif Rd. ........ ffffff pp. 70 sEcRE1'r, susAN, 210 Columbus sf. .... pp. ao, 95, 99, 112, 113, 128 BEESON, RICHARD, R.D. 2 N. Murray Ridge Rd. ---- pp. 62, 114, 115 BEGAN, JOHN, 152 Warren Ave. .........2.. pp. 88 BEHAN, PAT, 330 Roosevelt Ave. BENNETT, JACKIE, 337 Stanford Ave. .... pp. 70, 111, 99 BENNETT, JUDY, 890 Baetz Ct. .....-..., pp. 70, 111 BENTON, CAROLINE, 106 Hillsddle Ct. BENTON, TOM, 244 Burns Rd. .......,,., BENTON, WILLIAM, 513 Cleveland St. -,-- pp. 62, 95, 111,119 sss-- pp. 62 2--- pp. 70 BENTZ, P1-11LL1P, 334 Middle Ridge Rd.,-'77 BEST, BONNIE, 118 Winckles ........,2 Lorain .... pp. 80, 125 As-- pp. 80 BEST, LINDA 25 Artemas Ct. ........ pp. 70, 111, 121 BIESKE, DAN, 333 Oxford .............. pp. 80, 121 BILLMAN, BARBARA, 719 East River St. .... pp. 92, , 95 BILLMAN, JUDY, 719 East River St. .....---.. pp. 80 s1L1'z, ALLAN, 342 Looieono Ave. ........ pp. 70, 119 BILTZ, GARY, 107 Mound St. .............. pp. 70 BINGGELI, CAROLINE, 252 Fairlawn Ave. .... pp. 6326 119, 1 BISHOP, JUDY, 347 Kenyon .... pp. 62, 92, 96, 113, 130 DLAINE, KENNETH, 450 Meiooif Rd. .... pp. 30, 125 BLAKE, HARRY, 412 Randall Rd. ........ pp. 80, 95 BLANK, SHERYL, 237 Hayes Ave. --- --- L pp. 80 BLAUVELT JERRY 351 Brandston Ave. pp. 62, 105 BODIFORD: CLYDE1 518 North si. .... '-I1 .... pp. so BODMANN, DICK, 1706 Lake Ave. -- --- pp. 70, 119 BODNAR, JUDY, 414 W. 6th St. ...... pp. 62, 92, 97 BOGART, CAROLE, 155 Lexington Ave. ...... pp. 62, 97 BOHANNON, DOROTHY, 173 Morgan Ave. ...... pp. 80 BOLGER, DON, 116 School St. ............ pp. 80, 135 BOONE, DORA, 150 Huron St. .............. pp. 62 BOOTH, MARGARET, 240 Harwood .......... pp. 70 BOOTH, MARJORIE, 416 West 9th St. .... pp. 63, 11386 1 BOSLEY, SANDRA, 144 Lake Ave. .L.... pp. 81, 103, 112 ao'ros, LYDIA, 114 West River si. ........ pp. 81, 120 BOWEN, CULLEN, 71 Riverside Homes .... pp. 63, 105, 1 4 BOWEN FREDDIE 71 Riverside Homes 132, pp. 81, 120 sowszii, CHERYIL 305 East Broad si. Qfff. pp. a1, 108 BOYD, BARBARA ANN, 125 Adelbert St. BOYD, BEVERLY, 125 Adelbert St. .... BOYLE, GLENDA, 701 East Ave. ..... BRADY, RICHARD, 1432 Gulf Rd. --- ---- pp.63, 115 pp. 70, 95, 111, 121 ,-- pp. 81, 120 ------- pp. 71 104 BRAINARD, JOHN, 907 East Ave. -- ..... pp. 71, BRAUN, MARTHA, 1057 Gulf Rd. .... pp. 71, 94, 95, 108, 113, 121 121 DRAUND, SHARON, 524 Harvard Ave. .... pp. 81, BRECKENRIDGE, BOB, 284 Washington Ave. .... pp. 81, 125 BREKELBAUM, JOHN, 928 Elywood Drive .... pp. 81, 99 1 121 98, , 1 2, , 135 104 81 BRENNEMAN, DICK, 420 Earl Court ...... pp. 63, BRENNEMAN, JACK, 152 Garven Ave. ...... pp BREWER, DOUGLAS, 529 Cornell Ave. .... pp. 63, BRIDGETT, GARY, 328 Kenyon Ave. .......... pp. BRIGGS, HAROLD, 2002 Lake Ave. ............ pp BRISTOW, BILL, 117 Kaiser Ct. .......... pp. 81, 92, 109 63 . 71 141 BRISTOW, DAN, 117 Kaiser ci. .............. pp. 71 BRITON, NANCY, 243 Eastern Heights Blvd. .... pp. 109 1 1 1 19 BRITTON, FRANCES, 127 Cascade St. 63, , 1 , , 130 -------- pp. 63 BROOKS, LEROY, 5540 Gladys Ave. --........ pp. 81 BROWN, CAROLYN, 347 North Olive St. ........ pp. 63 BROWN, CHRIS, 162 Hamilton St. .......... pp. 81 BROWN, DAVE, 239 Erie si. ................ pp. 71 BROWN, DAVID, 368 South Maple S't. ...... pp. 81, 135 BROWN, HARRY, 143 Woodbury St. --- pp. 63, 123, 124 BROWN, JERRY, 228 Princeton Ave. .......... pp. 114 BROWN, LINDA, 228 Princeton Ave. ...... pp. 71, 94, 98, 111, 121 BROWN, RICHARD, 414 13th St. --- ....... pp. 81 BROWN, ROBERT, 1836 Middle Ave. BROWN, BRUCE, BONNIE, 209 Sixth St. .... SANDEE, 290 Longford Ave. -- pp. 81, 120, 128 ------ pp. 81, 121 BRUCE, MARY, 625 Hilliard Rd. .............. pp BRUCE, SANDY, 209 Sixth St. ..... - BRUCE, STAN, 625 Hilliard Rd. .............. pp. 71 BRUMENSCHENKEL, JIM, 325 Fifth St. .... pp. 71, pp. 31, 112, .81 121 94, 112 96, BUCHANNON, DON, R.D., Grafton .,.......... pp. 71 BUGA, RICHARD, 2810 West River Rd. ...... pp. 81, 120 BUKOFF, RODDY, 518 Debby Lane .... pp. 81, 135, 141 BUKOWSKI, ART, 1172 Melvyn Lane ---------. pp. 81 BUKOWSKI, BARBARA, 1172 Melvyn Lane --.. pp. 71 BULLOCK, SANDY, 124 Lewis Ct. .........-.--. pp. 81 BUNGARD, MICHAEL, 1919 Oberlin Rd. ........ pp. 71 BURGESS, LARRY G., 440 N. Murray Ridge Rd. ---- Pp. 63, 103, 119 BURILL, BOB, 220 East 15th St. .............. pp. 63 BURKHARD, CLAY, 254 Pasadena Ave. .... pp. 81, 1231, 1 5 BURKHARD, VALARIE, 126 Brandtson Ave. .... pp. 71, 97 BURNETT, RONALD, 442 Adams St. ...... pp. 81, 135 BURNETTE, BE'I'I'Y JEAN, 425 Bell Ave. BURNS, CAROL, 567 Hilliard Rd. ...... .... p p. 71 BURNS, DAVE, 714 West River St. -,-- BURNS, MARGIE, 414 Lodi .......... BURNS, WILLIE, 414 Lodi St. .......... .... p p. 88 BURNWORTH, JOHN, 379 Hawthorne -,- --- pp. 119 --- pp. 81 --- pp. 88 BURRELL, CAROLYN, 204 Delaware Ave. .... pp. 71, 121 BURRER, GERALD, R.D. 2 ..........-. .....-. - pp. 81 BURSLEY, LINDA, 262 Marseilles Ave. ..vA pp. 63, 119 BUSH, DAVID, 356 Gulf Rd. ..-. pp. 63, 94, 98, 99, 102, 132, 134 BUSH, SHARON, 120 West Bridge Sf. f,A---.. .-- PP. 79 BUSWELL, JEFF, 666 Lucille Drive - .------.. pp. 81, 121 BUTCHER, CARL, 449 Beechwood Drive ---.-. -.- pp. 81 BUTERBAUGH, LINDA, 439 Kenyon Ave. .... pp. 71, 99, 111, 121, 129 BUTLER, LARRIE, 334 Hawthorne St. ............ pp. 63 BUTTI, BARBARA, 1530 West Griswold Rd. .... pp. 126 BUTTLE, ED, 342 Standford Ave. .... pp. 71, aYRo, SHIRLEY, 352 17th sf. .... .......... p p. 71 aYRN:, JOHN, 410 Abbe Rd. --- ........ pp. 71 C CADY, ALLON, 920 Middle Ave. .... pp. 71, 114, 119, 123, 124 CAMARILLO, ROLLAND, 249 East Griswold Rd. .... pp. 81 CAMMARN, JUDY, 3420 South Murray Ridge .6i-1lBpj CAMMARN, VICTOR, 3420 South Murray Ridge Rd. CAMP, CHERYL, 237 Hawthorne St. ...... pp. 81, 112 CAMPBELL, JOHN, 124 Cedar St. ............ pp. 81 CAMPBELL, MARY, 691 Bell Ave. ..-. pp. 81, 92, 95, 121 88 112, CAMPBELL, RICHARD, 23 Chestnut St. ..... .- pp. CANTLEY, DEANNA, 719 Woodland Ave. .... pp. 71, 93, 1 1 CANTWELL, ANN, 341 Harvard Ave. .... pp. 71, 92, 94, 95, 117, 119, 123, 124 CAPERS, JOHN, 112 Riverside Homes ........ pp. 71 CAPP, GEORGE, 505 East Ave. .............. pp. 63 CAPP, JOE, 316 12th St. .................... pp. 81 CARIN, BARBARA, 280 Bellfield Ave. .......... pp. 81 CARIN, STEVEN, 280 Bellfield Ave. .... pp. 63, 98, 106 CARR, BILL, 314 Princeton Ave. .... pp. 63, 101, 112, 115 CARROTHERS, GARY, 908 Park Ave. -- --pp. 71, 123, 124 CARRUTHERS, BONNIE, 610 Penfeld Ave. ...... pp. 81 CARTER, DAVID, 556 Lodi St. ....... - ---L pp. 71, 92 CARTER, JUDY, 1988 Hazelwood ............ pp. 81 CARTER, LINDA, 709 Clark St. -- ......... - . pp 81 CARTER, PAUL, 1150 East River .... pp. 71, 119, 132, 135 92 CARTWRIGHT, oAwN, 191 Bell Ave. ...... --pp. 63, CASHNER, GAIL, 348 East River St. ...... pp. 63, 97 CASSADY, HEDY, 5826 Antrim Rd. .......... pp. 63 CATE, VICKIE, 1146 Garden St. -....... pp. 71, 92, 95 CATHER, RONDALL, 110 Blaine ............ pp. 71 CATHEY, SANDY, 23216 East Ave. ............ pp. 81 CAUGHLIN, BILL, 146 Northrup St. .... pp. 63, 92, 94 CEBULA, GARY, 328 N. Olive St. .............. pp. 81 CHAMBERS, DAVID, 154 Fairlawn Ave. .... pp. 63, 105 CHAMBERS, LINDA, 5930 Ford Rd. .... pp. 63, 115, 123, 1 4 CHAMBERS, suzANN:, 154 Fairlawn .......... pp. 63 CHEATAM, ERNASTINE, 603 West 15th St. .... pp. 81 CHEESMAN, MARIAN, 521 Park Place .... pp. 63, 92, 95, 109, 111, 123, 124, 130 CHENEY, DON, 202 Blaine St. ................ pp. 81 CHENOWETH, BILL, Trailer Camp 500 West Third St. .... pp. 71 CHIPUKITES, CONNIE, 242 Samuel St. -- --pp. 71, 97, 121 CHIPUKITES, GORDON, 242 Samuel St. .... pp. 63, 105, 134 CHOMA, KENNETH, R.D. 2 West Ridge Rd. ........ 81 CHRISTENSEN, BEVERLY. 1241 West Griswold Rd. .... pp. 63, 95 CHRISTIAN, TOM, 327 Roosevelt Ave. .... pp. 71, 106, 123, 124 CHUCKO, TED, 416 Bon Air Ave. .... pp. 71, 98, 106, 1 19 CHURCH, WAYNE, 1250 East River St. .... pp. QBJ, 92, , 135 CLAPPER. DAVID, 882176 Cleveland St. --- .... pp. 81 CLARK, Boa, 158 Courtland sf. ........ pp. 81, 141 CLARK, JUDY, 1240 West Griswold Rd. ........ pp. 81 CLULEY, GREG, 272 Samuel St. .....-,-..--,, pp, 71 CLULEY, KATHY, 272 Samuels St. .......... pp. 71 COATES, DICK, 143 Edison Ct, .......-..--,. pp, 71 COBB, JAY, 1844 Lake Ave. .......... pp. 63, 119 COLEMAN, CRAIG, 903 Park Ave. ..... ------ pp. 81 comes, DAVID, 101 West River sf. .......... pp. 81 COMBS, RUBY, 101 West'River St. ..........,- , 81 1 12 coNL:Y, RALPH, 308 Tenth sf. .... pp PP . 71, 102, CONRAD, DEAN, 263 Winckels St. .......... pp. 71 CONWAY, REID, 119 Huron St. .,............ pp, 81 cook, IJREAMA sus, 3415 West River sf. ...... pp. 63 COOK, GEORGE, 353 17th St. ......... - -- pp. 81, 141 COOK, MELANIE, 565 Willow Park Rd. ........ pp. 71 COOKE, CHARLES, 124 Charles Ct. ...... -- pp. 63, 105 cooks, TIM, 124 Charles ci. .............. pp, ai COOPER, BILL, 7 Frank cf. ............,... pp, 71 COOPER, SHEILA, 212 East 15th St. .... COPAS, LARRY, 277 Dowd Rd. .... pp. 63,, 92, 95, 111, 118 ------ pp. 71 core, CAROLYN, 720 Prospect sf. .... pp. 63, 103, 114 COTTON, MARILYN, 370 49th sf. ......,...., pp, COTTRELL, SANDRA,.105 Larkmont Drive COURT, BOB, 901 Lake Ave. ........ 71 ------ pp. 71 81 ------ pp. COVEN, DICK, 630 Harvard Ave. - ........... pp. CRANDALL ALLEN 1225 'East Ave. --- CRAWFORD, CHARLES, 818 East Ave. ........ pp. CRISP, SHARON, 119 Elizabeth St. --- ---- pp. 71 , , ------- PP 63 CRAWFORD, CAREN, 818 East Ave. ...... pp. 81, 120 71 81 81 CRITALLI, PAT, 106 Euclid St. ......... -.. pp. CROMBIE, CONNIE, 577 Hilliard Rd. --- --- pp. 71 CROSBY, ELSA MARIE, 219 5th St. CROSKEY, KENNETH, 5577 Beots Ct. ........ pp. 63 CROSS, DAN, 113 Cleveland St. ........ pp. 63, 106 CROWELL, JACQUELINE, 329 Samuel St. .... pp. 63, 92, CROWTHER, DEE, 700 Garford Ave. ...... pp. 71, CROZIER, DICK. 4637 Lucas Ct. .... pp 96, 97 121 . 71, 123, CROZIER, JUDY, 4637 Lucas cf. ............ pp, 124 CROZIER, ELAINE, 162 Emerson Ct. ...... pp. 71, 128 23 81 CROZIER, TOM, 4637 Lucas Ct. ............ pp. CRUM, PENELOPE, 949 East River St. .... 95, 96, pp. 11, 63, 93, 130 111, 119, cs1NcsAR, GARY, 2206 Lake Ave. .......... pp. 71 CUMMONS, DOTTIE, 214 Franklin Ave. .... pp. 71, 98, 111, 121, CUNNINGHAM, LINDA, 341 East River St. ...... pp 95, 128 . 63 CURTIS, CARL, 507 Bond St. .......... pp. 81, 135 81 119 CURTIS, CAROL, 507 Bond St. ........ ------ pp. CURTIS, JUDY, 1116 Riverside Drive ...... pp. 71, CUSICK, BOB, 789 Washington Ave. .-.------- pp. 81 CUTSHALL. DON, 500 West Third St. --- .... pp. 63 D D'AGOSTINO PETER 326 13th St. pp. 81 nANc1sKo, DONNA: 142 Jev Drive-ff.-::::::: pp. 63 DANGERFIELD, nous, 243 Harvard Ave. .... pp. az, 120, DANY, ROBERT, 321 Birch St. .............. pp. 125 81 DARBY, RONALD, 323 N. Olive St. .... pp. 63, 123, 124 DAVIES, DAN, 310 Kenyon Ave. .... pp. 71, 102, 135 DAVIES, JOHN, 338 Oxford Ave. .... pp. 63, 99, 106, 113, 119 DAVIS, EDWARD, 736 West River St. ........ pp. 71 DAVIS, JAY, 609 Bell Ave. .... pp. 63, 99, 106, 1136 11 DAVIS, JUDY, 109 Buckeye St. .............. pp. 71 DAVIS, SAM, 142 Warden Ave. .... pp. 63, 102, 132, 140 DAVIS, VERNA MAE, 327 Clinton Ave. ........ pp. 71 DAVIS, WILLIAM, 200 E. 14th St. DAWSON, BILL, 209 Longfellow ........ pp. 63, DAWSON, KENT, 203 Overbrook ........ pp. 63, DE FAZIO, DICK, 749 Gulf Rd. ...... pp. 71, 106, 104 133 DEAN, IRENE, 513 Princeton .......... pp. 71, 123 11 111 DE FAZIO, JANET, 351 Gulf Rd. ........ pp. 63, DE FAZIO, KAREN, 305 W. Hilliard Rd. .... pp. 972, 6, DE JARNETT, GEORGE, 325 17th St. .... pp. 82, 94, 121 135 DE MARCO, CAROL, 338 Princeton +-- pp. 82, 95, DE MARIA, CARL, 466 W. 11th St. N.,....... pp. DEMOS, KENNETH, 327 Rockfern L, DEMPSEY, ALVIN, 196 Longfellowln-.-L DENGER, RICHARD, 85 Williams St. .... DENMAN, MICHAEL, 1408 Middle Ave. DEROCHIE, EILEEN, 919 Clark St. .... DETILLIO, MARY, 461 West 11th St. - DICK, KENNY, 161 Warren Ave. .... DICKIE, MELANIE, 212 High St. .... DI DOMENICO, DON, 191 Adelbert -- 98, 121 72 82 -- pp. -- pp. 82 ,-- pp. 82 ------ pp. 82 -------- pp. 72 --------- pp. 72 pp. 82, 135, 141 pp. 82, 112, 113, 121 128 - pp. 63, 105 DIEWALD, JANET, 230 Spruce St. ...... pp. 82, 112 DILLMAN, JILL, 224 Eighth St. --L, pp. 82, 112, DISBROW, DAVE, 2010 Lake Ave. ,.,2 114, 129 pp. 30, 63, 102, 134 DIXON, WAYNE, 228 Adelbert -L ....,2,,,, pp. 82 DOAN, JERRY, 248 Columbus St. LL- p . 72, 95, 99, 13 106,116,117,119 DOAN, TERRY, 320 Harvard Ave. eee- pp. 82, 99, 135, 141 DODSLEY, GEORGE, 432 Cleveland St. ,..,.... pp. 63 DONAHUE, BETH, 781 N. Abbe Rd. ,,..,. pp. 72, 121 DONOVAN, ELSON, 508 Henry St. DOWLING, CHARLES, 718 Poplar St. ,LL ,,..,. pp. 72 DRAGE, JACK, 359 Furnace St. ......ec.. pp. 72, 135 DRAGINICH, JOAN, 1670 N. Ridge Rd. cccc.. pp. 63 DRAKE, JOSEPH, 555 Cleveland St. ...... pp. 63, 105 DUDLEY, SUSAN, 358 Longfellow St. ,... pp. 63, 92, 94, 98, 111, 130 DUENSING, ALLARD, R.D. 3 Middle Ave. DUMKE, DICK, 138 Edison Ct. ........ pp. 72, 135 DUMKE, GAIL, 437 Louisana Ave. .,,. pp DUMMITT, GENE, 240 Parmely Ave. DUMMITT, RAY, 240 Parmely Ave. DUNFEE, PEG, 839 Lake Ave. ...... nuNroRl:, PAUL, 812 Clark sl. .... H7 DU PEROW, DUSTY, 1218 Bellfield Ave. DUPLER, SHARON, 354 11th sl. pp.... '- DURHAM, BONNIE, 108 Larkmont Dr. .72, 97, 111, 121 - pp. 72, 121 DYER, EDDIE, 138 weeefere Ave. uf--- DYER, JIM, 138 Woodford Ave. -- ..... pp. DYKE, SALLY, 353 Columbia Ave. ,,.. EAGER, DAVID, 433 Kenyon Ave. ..,.. EARLEY, AUDREY, 155 West St. L, EARLEY, JACQUELINE, 155 West St. EARLEY, SAMETTA, 155 West sl. ,QC EARY, GRACE, 332 Summer St. .,,c. EDDY, BONITA, 3119 West River Road EDDY, GEORGE, 3119 West River Road EDDY, RONALD, 100 Denison .,.,.. - pp. 72, 119 ,L pp. 82, 114 ------ pp. 63 -- pp. 72, 119 --- pp. 82 63, 95 pp. 82, 94, 98, 112, 129 --- pp. 63 -- pp. 72 LL- pp. 82 ---- pp. 72 LLL--- pp. 72 pp. 72 121 -'ff I nn-- pp. 72 pp, 63, 117, 119 El:wloNl:s, cARMoN-LoRlNl:A, 302 Longfellew .... pp. 82, 112, 128 EDWARDS, DAVID, 1501 erlewele Rd. .... pp. 72, 135 ElsAMAN, KAY, 116 Longford ...,.. -- pp. 63, 95, 119 ELnRlncE, FRED, 341 Beelee cl. ...... pp. 63, 119 ELLINGSWORTH, KATHERINE, 709 Middle Ave. ' .... pp. 72 ELLINGSWORTH, ROY, 709 Middle Ave. ,..... pp. 72 ELLIOT, SANDRA, 358 Oxford Ave. .... pp. 72, 123, 124 ELLIS, JANE, 991 Reeves Rd. .... pp. 72, 92, 94, 96, 98, 119, 128 ELRlclc, TOM, 14s Oak sf. ...........2...... pp. 72 ELY, JAMES, 403 N. Abbe Rd. ...... pp. 63, 114, 115 ELY, RoaER1', 1744 Wilber Ave. ........ pp. 72, 103 ELZEY, RosER'rA, 408 w. 8th sl. .... pp. 72, 92, 108, 121 EMLlcl4, KAREN, Box 70 R.D. 2 Elyria .... pp. az, 108 ENlsLlE, ROBERT, 311 Miami Ave. .... pp. 64, 95, 106, 109,113,115,117 ENCZI, KATHY, R.D. 2 South Murray Ridge Road .... pp. 64, 92 ENYEDY, JOHN, 188 Cleveland sl. .... pp. 64, 112, 132 EscHKE, ANN, 709 East Ave. ..... ...... p p. 82, 95 ESCHKE, MAXYNE, 709 East Ave. -- ....... pp ESKINS, CAROL, 425 Oxford Ave. -- -- pp. 82, ESLER, ELLEN, 205 High St. .............. pp. ESTMOND, GEORGE, 115 Pine St. .....2 pp. 64, EVANICH, WILLIAM, R.D. 2 Murray Ridge Y... pp. EVANS, JIM, 1069 Melvyn Lane .,...... EVANS, MARCY, 1069 Melvyn Lane LL, EVANS, ROGER, 1113 East Ave. . 72 120 64 1 05 82, 141 L- pp. 82 -- pp. 72 EVERHART, ANNE, 131 Denison Avenue .... pp. 64, 92, 109, 130 EWING, ROBERT, 200 Stanford .,.. pp. 72, 112, 124 F FARKAS, JAMES, 532 Turner St. -- --- pp. 72 FARKAS, FERENE, 118 Hazel St. ...... .... p p. 82 FAUVER, BILL, 215 Columbia Ave. .......... pp. 64 FEATHERSTONE, MARSHA, 245 West Hilliard Road .... pp. 82, 112 FEHER, HELEN, 625 West Third St. .... pp. 72, 96, 126 121, 1 FELL, DICK, 439 Randall Rd. ...... pp. 82, 121, 141 FELTY, BARBARA, 609 Weller Road .... pp. 64, 11036 FENIK, STEVE, 2169 Lake Ave. ..,..... pp. 72, 135 FENN. DOLPHA, 1904Ve Middle Ave. .ee....... pp. 88 FENWICK, EDWARD, 837 Oakwood Drive ..-... pp. 72 FERANCY, GERALD, 243 Warren Ave. -.. .... pp. 82 FERRIN, TOM, 139 South Logan St. .... ...... p p. 82 FERRY, RICHARD, 1015 Middle Ave. WYLL pp. 72, 119 FERRY, ROBERTA, 1015 Middle Ave. ....L..... pp. 72 FIELDER, BEVERLY, 421 Woodland Ave. .... pp. 72, 95, 111, 1 1 FIELDS, JOYCE, 259 White Oak Drive LWYL.. pp. 72, 98 FIELDS, RUTH, 133 North Maple St. .-.....-.. pp. 82 FIGULA, GEORGE, 222 West River St. South .... pp. 72 FIGULA, CHARLOTTE, 617 West Third St. .... pp. 64, 1 1 1, 1 19 FIGULA, JESS, 617 West Third St. .....L.L.... pp. 82 FIKES, PHYLLIS, 206 Courtland St. -- --- pp. 82, 121 FINDLING, JUDY, 314 Overbrook Rd. ---- pp. 82, 108, 112, 121, 128 FIRESTONE, CHARLES, 513 Foster Ave. L... pp. 72, 123, 124 FISHER, BARRY, 121 Williams St. --- .... pp. 72 FISHER FREDA, 325 East River St. --- --- pp. 72 FISHER JAMES, 325 East River St. ,LL -- pp. 72 FISHER, JOHN, 322 East River St. FISHER, MARTIN, 325 East River St. L-- .c.. pp. 72 FISHER, ROBERT, 145 Adelberf sl. ,........... pp. 82 FITCH, ALFRED, 5605 Elyria Ave. ...... pp. 64, 105 FITCH, ROBERT, 5605 Elyria Ave. L........... pp, 64 FITZWATER, CLIFFORD, 162 Clinton Ave. L... pp. 82, 121 FLEMING, GARY, 214 Warren Ave. LLLL -- pp. 72 FLINT, JERRY 536 Eastern Heights Blvd. L-- pp. 64 FLOOD, LENNY 215 Warren Ave. ..... L.L. FLOOD, TIM, 124 Cjase St. ......,. L FLOWERS, PATSY, 1966 Elmwood St. -- FLOYD, SHIRLEY, 281 Courtland St. ...... FLUKER, ROY, 622 Nelson St. ..... FLY, DANNY, 808 Clark St. ....... FLYNN, SUE, 239 Howe St. ...... FOGLE, GRACE, 820 Park Ave. ..... FOLLEY, LARRY, 264 Prospect St. -- FOLLEY, SHARON, 608 Cleveland St. --.,- pp. 82 ----- pp. 72 pp. 72, 111, 123, 124 pp. 82, 120 pp. 72, 135 ------ pp. 82 pp. 72, 111 ---- pp. 72 pp. 82, 135 pp. 82, 112, 120, 128 FORTIN, JUDY, 1024 Garden St. ..,.,....... pp. 82 FORTUNE, ELEANOR, 505 West 12th St. -- FOSS, FRED, 627 Bell Ave, -.........,. FOSSELIUS, LARRY, 329 Concord Ave. - EossELlus, 'roM, 329 ceneefe Ave. ---Ei ---- pp. 72 pp. 82, 98 pp. 64, 119 pp. 82, 121 FOUSS, WILLIAM G., 202 Samuel St. ...-...... pp. 64 FOWKES, JUDY, 148 Roosevelt Ave. PP 112, 113, FOWKES, TERRY, 1008 North Pasadena Ave. FOX, DOUGLAS, 1953 Lake Ave. ........ FOX, JOHN, 223 Eight St. ...... FRANCE, DALLAS, 508 West St. -- . 82, 94, 121, 128 ---- pp. 72, 135 pp. 82, 121 ---- pp. 64 ---- pp. 72 FRANCIS, BARBARA, 359 Cambridge Ave. .---. pp. 64, 95, 100, 117, 123, 124 FRANKFATHER, JANE, 342 Oxford Ave. .... pp. 64, 96, 109, 118, 1,30 FRANKIEWICZ, RON, 364 Bon Air Ave. .... pp. 64, 106 FREDERICK, MELVA, 212 Dellefield Rd. .... pp. 72, 123, 124 FREDERICK, PAUL, 212 Dellefield Rd. ........ -.- pp, 82 FREEMAN, SHARON, 144 Roosevelt Ave. .... pp. 82, 112, 120, 128 GAGEN, EDDY, 325 Kenyon Ave.---- -- pp. 64, 105 GAINER, DENISE, 231 Warren Ave. -- --- pp. 72, 121 GALL, KATHY 117, Laura Ct. ............ PP. 82 GALLARDO, JUNE, 134 Elbe St. ...........-.. pp. 72 GALLARDO, TONY, 134 Elbe St. ....... GALLO, DICK, 1074 North Pasadena Ave. - pp. 82, 141 ---- pp. 72, 106, 108 GARBASH, JIM, 658 Poplar St. .........-.--- PP. 72 GARBASH, KEN, 658 Poplar St. ......-.....-- pp-64 GARDNER, MAURICE, 626 Cambridge Ave. GARGUS, DOLORES, 128 North Murray Ridge .... pp. GARN. PATRICK. 200 Bellfield Ave. .......-.. pp GARRARD, JUDY, 1037 North Pasadena Ave. .... -----.- pp. 82 64 119 . 82 PP' 72. 111, 119 GARRETT, DAVID, 121 Harvard Ave. .... pp. 64, 99, 106, 112, 115, GARWOLINSKI, SOPHIE, 1312 West Ave. GARY JUDY 119 Stanford Ave. ...... 98, 119, 123, 124 A 72 ---- pp. . . ------ pp. 72 aAsR:R, sos, 1123 Bell Ave. ............ pp. 64, 123 GAST, BILL, 103 Princeton Ave. .... pp. GEE, THEODORE, 1981 Birchwood Ave. 64, 133, GEHRING, WILLIAM, 1041 Melvyn Lane ...... pp GEMBKA, CAROL ANN, 236 Winckles St. . 72 ---- pp. 72, 121 GENTILE, JOE, 1219 West Ave. .......... pp. 82, 135 pp 73 GEORGE, DON, 211 Marseilles Ave. ---- a:Rslclc, DAVID, 5635 Elyria Ave. .... 1 2--pp? 64, 94 GERHARDINGER, MARGO, 431 Cambridge Ave. .... pp. 73, 114 GETTY, RON, 366 Hawthorne St. ........-. pp. 64, 94 GETTY, WILLIAM, 311 15th St. .............. pp. 82 GIEDE, CHARLES, 348W Furnace St. .......... pp. 82 GIENKE. KATHY. 373 Beebe Ave.-- PP- 82, 112. 113,120 GILDZEN, ALEX, 429 Winckles St. .... ppbK3, 92, 9155, 1 GILL, MABEL, 339 Fourth St. ...... pp. GILLES, LEO, 41 1 West River St. , 108, 73, l11, 121 GILLESPIE, ROBERT, 145 Dilworth St. .---- ---- f PP. 82 GIMBEN, GLORIA, 171 Penrose Ct. .... pp. 64, 101, 123, 124 GINGERY, BETTY, 827 Longson Ave. e..... pp. 82, 121 GINGERY, ROY, 118 Columbia Ave. ...... pp. 64, 106, 117, 123, 124 GLASS, ANNA, 509 Tremont St. .....-...... pp. 64 GLASS, EDDIE, 111 Riverside Homes ...... pp. 64, 119 GNIZAK, NANCY, 158 Emerson Ct. --- ----.- pp. 82 GOCHENOUR, CONNIE, 514 Middle Ave. .... pp. 73, 97 GOCHENOUR, SANDY, 514 Middle Ave. GOLDSMITH, SANDRA, 418 Garford Ave. ---- pp. 82, 120 ---- pp. 64, 93, 94, 111, 113, 130 GOLDSTEIN, BRUCE, 612 Bell Ave. .... pp. 73, 101, 112 103, GOMEZ, LINDA, 277 Courtland St. ...... pp. 73, 111 GOODMAN, MARY ANN, 235 Dowd Rd. .... pp. 82, GOPPELT, VIDA KAY, Murray Ridge Road 1 1 1, 121, GOPPELT, RICHARD, Murray Ridge Rd. .... pp. 82, GOTTFRIED, JANE, 200 Miami Ave. .... pp. 73, 94, 117, 119, GOULD, LARRY, 1918 Lake Ave. ............ pp. GRAHAM, DON, 325 12th St. ....... ..-- pp. 82, 97, 121, 128 ---- pp. 73, 128 125 96, 131 82 135 GRANT, WILLIAM K., 312 Yale Ave. .... pp. 64, 98 GRECO, ROSEMARY, 310 E. Griswold Rd. .... pp. GREEN, FREDERICK, 119 Columbia Ave. 64. 119 GREEN, JUDY, 144 Eastern Heights Blvd. GREENE, MARY, 2207 West River Rd. -- GREENE, ROBERT, 231 Marseilles .... --,--- pp. 64 ------ pp. 73 ------ . 121 GREENHOLTZ, BENNETT, 690 Bell Ave. ...... pap. 82 GREENHOLTZ, LUANNA, 690 Bell Ave. .... pp. 73, 121 GREENWALD, DONA, 293 Longford Ave. -..---- pp. 83 GREER, BEN, 400 Louisana Ave. .......,.,.. pp, 64 GREER, CHARLES, 400 Louisana Ave. --- - pp. 83, 114, 120 GREGG, KAREN, 362 Longfellow St. .......... pp. 73 GRIFFITHS, MARY ANN, 324 Stanford Ave. .... pp. 83, 94, 113, 121 GRIMM, LARRY, 145 S, Abbe Rd. ...-.-..,... pp, 73 GROBE, JAMES, R.D. 2 .......... pp. 64, 103, 105 GRUBER, DOLORES, 600 West Ave. ...... pp. 83, 112 GRUEN, KAREN, 514 Washington Ave. .... pp. 83, 95, 99. 112, 113, 121, 127, 128 GRUEN, ROLFE, 514 Washington Ave. .... pp. 88, 117, 141 GUIGNETTE, JANE, 607 Woodland Ave. .... pp. 64, 97 GUIGNETTE, MARY, 607 Woodland Ave. .... pp. 83, 95, 97, 112, 113 GUNDERSON, BARBARA, 407 West 11th St. .... pp. GUTOWSKI, JACKIE, 481 Popular St. .... pp. 73, 97 GYMOTI, DOROTHY, 217 West River St. South .... . PP 64, 92, 119 HAAG, KAREN, 1067 N. Pasadena Ave. .... pp. 73, 111116 HAAG, TYNA, 212 Ohio St. .... pp. 73, 98, 99, 1115 HAEFELE, PENNY, 211 Pasadena Ave. .... pp. 73, HAFF, JERRY, 1051 Melvyn Lane .... pp. 73, 123, HAGINS, MARY, 1828 Middle Ave. ...... HALES, JARRETTE, 805 E. Broad St. ...... HALES, JUDY, 805 E. Broad St. ........ HALES, SHARON, 1115 E. River St. .... pp. 111 124 pp. 73, 121 119 119 113 PP- 64. pp- 64. 92 I 64, HALEY, PATRICIA, 381 Penfield Ave. ........ pp. 64 HALITZKA, DENNIS, 217 Furnace St. ...... pp. 104 HALL, FRANK, 2024 Lake Ave. ........ HALL, LEWIS WILLIAM, 201 E. 14th St. HALLETT, JACKIE, 244 Hawthorne St. -- pp. 73, 135 ------ pp. 73 pp. 83 HAMBLEY, son, 602 w. 15th sl. ..... fppfes, 135 l-lAMll.1'oN, GARY, 357 E. River sl. .......... pp. 64 HAMISTER, KAY, 941 Elywood Dr. .... PP. HAMMER, BOB, 753 North Abbe ........ 73, 94, 121 64, 105 PP- HAMMER, rn, 753 North Abbe ............ pp, as HANCOCK, KAREN, 277 North Olive sl. .... pp. 64, 92, 94, 96, lll, 119 HANCOCK, MARclA, 1240 E. River sr. .... pp. 73, 92, 95,99,ll1, 113, 119, 129 llANol.:Y, GARY, lao Longfellow sr. .... pp. 64, los HANDYSIDE, VERNON, 213 S. Logan St. ------ pp. 83 HANEY, JERRY, 121 Hamilton sl. ............ pp. 64 HANNAFORD, BILL, 605 Washington Ave, .... pp. 73, 100, 106 HANS, BONNIE, 452 Adams St. .............. pp, 73 HANSON, DAVE, 666 Poplar St. .............. pp. 73 HARBERT, SANDRA, 505 Metcalf Rd. -- HARCULA, DENNIS, 334 Roosevelt Ave. HARDING, slLL, 455 Adams sr. ....... ' .- HARDING, LYNN, 455 Adams sl. ........ HARMON, JERRY, 1100 Garford Ave. .... pp. 64, 97 ---- pp. 73 pp. 64, 105 pp. 83, 108 pp. 83, 125 HARROL, PAT, 656 Hilliard Rd. ............ pp. 83 HARRINGTON, KATHY, 306 Blaine St. .... pp. 83, 1 12, 125 HARRIS, ARLENE, 438 Oxford Ave. ............ pp. 64 HARTLEY, CAROL SUE, R.D. 2 South Murray Ridge Rd. pp. 73, 95 64 HARTLEY, DAVE, R.D. 2 Murray Ridge ........ pp. HARTMAN, RAY, 994 N. Wash. Blvd. ...... HASKINS, HOWARD, 526 Schaddon Rd. .... HASKO, STEVE, 523 W. 3rd. St. .......... ---- pp. 64 pp. 73, 117, 123, 124 pp. 73, 119 HASTINGS, PHIL, 133 Monroe St. ............ pp. 64 HASWELL, BILL, 237 arh sl. ..-............. pp. aa HATCHER, BERNARD, 1029 W. Ridge Rd. pp. 73 llAusR, MARLENE, R.D. 2 West Ridge Rd.-1321-pp. 64, 95, 1 09 HAURY, TIM, 800 Garford Ave. ---- pp. 73, 113, 117, 123, 124 HAWKINS, LENORA, 132 Warden Ave. .... pp. 83, 97, 103, 120 HAY1-1uRs'r, Jos w., 806 Allen si. -- .,,.... pp. 73 HAYHURST, ROY R., 806 Allen St. ..... ..--. D p. 73 HAYS, STEVE, 366 Pasadena Ave. .... HAYWOOD, RON, 402 West 9th St. .... , HAZELTON, WALLACE R., 247 George St. ...... pp. 64 HEATH, LORNA, 146 S. Abbe Rd. ......... pp. 64, 119 HEATHCOTE, JACKIE, 168 Seneca St. .... pp. 73, 97, pp. 83, 89, 98, 99, 135, 141 pp. 83 102 103, 121 HECHT, GARY, 951 Gulf Rd. .... pp. 73, 95, 98, 113, 123, 124 HEIDLBERG, DANNY, 627 E. River St. ........ pp. 83 HEIDLBERG, VIRGINIA, 627 E. River St. .... ppm? IICS96 HEINZERLING, SARAH, 125 Harvard Ave. .... pp. 73, 94 1 124 , 21, 123, HELFRICH, BILL, 367 Columbus St. ...... -- pp. 73, 117 HENDERSON, GERALD, 515 Lodi St. ........... pp. 83 HENDERSON, JUDY, 515 Lodi St. ............ pp. 83 HENDERSON, MARJORIE, 200 Hawthorne St. .... pp. 73, HENDRIX, WAYNE, 1117 Middle Ave. .. ...... - gp. 73 HENNING, SHARON, 128 Furnace St. ---- pp. 04, 92, 118 HENRY, JESSIE, 614 W. 15th St. .............. pp. 83 HENSLEY, GILLIS, 700 Clark St. .......-...... pp. 88 HEWITT, SALLY, 276 Hamilton Ave. .... pp. 73, 92, 94, 108, 113, 121 HIBBEN, KENT, 622 Weller Rd. ..-..... . ..... pp. 73 HIGGINBOTHAM, DONALD, 434 W. River St. .... pp. 18236 HIGGINBOTHAM, LARRY, 434 W. River St. .... pp. 16615 95,111 HIGGINS, ED, 805 S. Logan ............. -. .... pp..73 HIGGINS, GENE, 251 Fairlawn ............ pp. 83, 117 HIGGINS, TERENCE, 251 Fairlawn ...- ---- P D- 64, 117 HILDRETH, HARRISON, 2036 S. Oak St . .... pp. 73, 102, 132 HILL, DIANE, 108 Yale Ave. -.-- pp 73, 92, 95, 111115 HILL, HARRY, 1938 Middle Ave. .............. pp. 83 HILL, JAMES, 1938 Middle Ave. HILL, LARRY, 1938 Middle Ave ............ pp. 83 HILL, LENNY, 362 Columbus St. .... pp. 64, 102, 134 HILL, PAUL, 1322 S. West River -- ...... pp. 64, 135 HILL, REGINA, 429 W. 13th St. 2... ......... p p. 73 HILL SHIRLEY, 429, W. 13th St. ..... -- pp. 73 HINCHLIFFE, HARRY, 620 Perle Ave. ..... ' fpp. 73, 114 Hmss, Tom, 12a Cornell Ave. .............. pp. 65 HODGE, DICK, 805 Woodland Ave, ...... pp. 65, 123 HODGE, DOUGLAS, R.D. 2 N. Murray Ridge ---ioggp 16354, HODGE, JANET, 805 Woodland Ave. .e--... pp. 83, 95 HOFFMAN, ANN, 314 12th St. .... pp. 65, 95, 96, 1223i 1 ,95 HOFFMAN, JEANNE, R.D. 2 Bechtel Rd. .... pp. 73 HOGAN, WAYNE, 2007 Lake Ave. ....2.,..... pp. 83 HOHMAN, DON, 1175 East River St. ...... ---- pp. 83 1-1o1ENsA1-11., JACKIE, 101 Highland cf. ........ pp. 83 HOLLIDAY, DICK, 126 Oak St. .......... pp. 73, 135 HOLLIDAY, TOM, 126 Oak St. ........ -.-. ..., pp. 83 HOLLIS, BOB, 115 Eastern Hgts. Blvd. .... pp. 73, 11223i 65 HOLZHAUER, DONNA, 243 George sr. e........ pp. HOLZHAUER, RICHARD, 243 George St. -- -- pp. 73 HOMITZ, WILLIAM, 108 Nichols Ct. .......... pp. 83 HOMOKI, LINDA, 533 lrondale St. ............ pp. 83 HONOSHOFSKY, BOB, 757 West River .... -. ..2. pp. 73 HONOSHOFSKY, RICHARD, 504 Fairmont Ave. .... pp. 65, 105 HOOVER, ALBERT, 129 Lake Ave. ............ pp. 83 HOPKINS, JAMES, 5304 Lear Nagle Rd HORN, PHILLIP, 403 High St. ................ pp, 65 HORNBECK, ALICE, 143 Fairlawn Ave. .... pp. 83, 108 HORNBECK, NANCY, 540 Cambridge Ave. .... pp. 73, 92 HORROCKS, JUDY, 245 Spruce St. .... pp. 83, 95, 103, 112, 114, 121 HORVATH, BILL, 250 Fearlewn, Ave. .......... pp. 65 HoRvA1'1-1, JIM, 108 1-iaeniend cf. -- --- pp. 83, 96 HORVATH, KATHY, 360 Bond St. .... HORVATH, RON, 2424 W. River Rd. -- pp. 73, 95, 96, 1 1 1 ---- pp. 73 HORWITZ, BARBARA, 112 Perle Ave. .-.'.'.' pp. 73, 95, HOUPT, JANICE, 333 Foster Ave. ..,,..... --- HOUSE, VIRGINIA, 148 Penrose Ct. .... Houszi-1oLn:R, NANCY, 583 Breed sr. .Ifpp 73, HouseHo1.oeR, Tom, 583 Breed sr. .... HOVEKAMP, ELISE, 626 Bell Ave. ...... 98, 119 pp. 65 -- pp. 73 1 1 1, 123, 124 -- pp. 63, 100, 103 ,111 pp. 73, 94 HOWARD, JULIA, 1148 Garden St. ........ pp. 83, 121 HOWELL, GARY, 235 Columbus St. ..... pp. 83, 98, 102, 135 HOWELL, JIM, 239 16th Sr. .......,,,--,,, ug pp, 73 HUBBARD, SUSAN, -741 Washington Ave. 1-1uss:1.1., LARRY, 155 Brandtson Avenue ffff-" HUBER, ERIC, 503 Lodi sr. ............... pp. 83 --- pp. 83, 135 73, 101 HUFFMAN, LINDA, 239 Roosevelt Sh --- uint- pp. 74 HUFFMAN, RALPH, 945 Gulf Rd. ..... HUGHES, BOB, 177 Cleveland St. ..... HUGHES, NORMAN, 2010 Middle Ave. - HUIETT, BILL, 113 Glenwood St.- ....-. HULTZ, SUSAN, 2060 Lake Ave. ...... ---- pp. 83 22. .... pp. 83 ---- pp. 83, 135 ---- pp. 74, 113 PP-I r 4 111, 121 HUMMRICH, LINDA, 680 Bell Ave. ........ pp 83, 112 HUNKI-EY, RUSSELL, 385 50th St. ......2...... pp. 74 HUNTLEY, RONALD, 312 E. Broad St. ...... pp. 74, 104 HUSTON CAROL 449 W. 1 th 95 129 , , 5 sr. ...... pp. 65, , Huston, PEGGY, 449 w. 15th sf. ........ pp. 83, 125 HUTCHINGS, RICHARD, 217 Courtland sf. ...... pp. 1746 MYER, Jann, 369 E. Bridge sr. ............... pp. as I IGNATZ, DON, 226 W. River St. ..... --.- pp. 65, 102 INFIELD, JACK, 839 W. Broad St. ...... ...... p p. 74 INNES, CAROL MAE, 440 W. 10th St. -- ---- DD. 74 INNES, GEORGE, 1.15 Longfellow Ave. --- --.- pp. 83 ISOM, JEAN, 173 Morgan Ave. J JACKSON, BARBARA, 1 112 Melvyn Lane .... p 65 119 JACKSON, BILL, 511 West St. -....... pp. 83,p-1351 141 JACKSON, DELPHINIA, 347 S. Maple St. .... pp. 83, 125 JACKSON, GLORIA, 61 Chestnut St. .-..... .- ...- pp- 83 JACKSON, HARRY, 130 Quincy sf. ............ pp. 83 JACOBS, ANN SHIRLEY, 257 Hillard Rd. ..... pp. 83, 92 JAFFE, SHARON, 421 Beebe Ave. ...... pp. 83, 98, 112, 113, 121, 128 JALOWIEC, EDDIE, 145 S. Olive St. .........-.. pp. 65 JALOWIEC, JUDITH, 271 Boston Ave. .... pp. 65, 95, 98, 111, 126, 127, 129, 130 JALOWIEC, SUSAN, 271 Boston Ave. .... pp. 83, 92, 97, 1 12 1 13 1 1 129 1 1 2 I JABS, MARILYN, 281 Roosevelt Ave. ...... pp. 83, 120 JEFFERYS, RICHARD, 1957 Hazelwood St. ----..E- pp. 83 JEWELL, MARVIN, 299 Bellfield Ave. .......... pp. 88 JEZEWSKI, CAMILLE, 415 Foster Ave. .... pp. 65, 96, 1 1 1, 130 JOHNSON, BARBARA, 422 Adams St. --- .... pp. 83 JOHNSON, DAVID, 128 Warren Ave. .... .... p p. 65 JOHNSON, JAMES, 1328 W. River Rd. -- W... pp. 74 JOHNSON, JANICE, 1013 S. Abbe Rd. ....... .-- pp. 83 JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JUDITH, 670 Bell Ave. .... JIMMY, 337 16th St. .......... ---- pp. 65 pp. 65, 94, 96, 101, 105 JOHNSON, LEE, 166 Parmely Ave. ........ pp. 74, 141 JOHNSTON, CAROLYN, 777 Washington Ave. ......... pp. 74,92, 111, 113 JOLLEY, EARL, 2064 Lake Ave. .......... -. .... pp. 74 JOLLEY, RONALD, 2064, Lake Ave. ..,........ pp. 83 JONES, ALFRED, 246 Bath St. ................ pp. 74 JONES, BIFF, 447 Earl Ct. .... pp. 65, 99, 102, 112335 JONES, DIANE, 627 Furnace St. ....... pp. 83, 112,, 120 JONES, ELIZABETH, 438 Adams St. JONES, JIM, 651 East River St. ........... pp. 65, 105 JONES, LARRY, 627 Furnace St. ..... .,.. p p. 74, 119 JONES, RONALD, 651 East River St. ....... pp. ROSE, 613 West 15th St. .... JONES, JONES, SUSAN, 985 Oakwood Drive - 74, 112 ------- pp. 74 -22 pp. 83, 103 JONES, JONES, JONES, JONE SHARON, 741 West River St. -- --- pp. 83, 97, 112, 121 WAYNE, 741 West River St. .......,, -.- pp, 65 WILLIAM, 704 Bond St. ...... pp. 84, 105, 114, 1 17, 120, 135, 141 WILLY JEAN 613 We 1 th S, , st 5 Sf. ....,. ..- pp, 84 JORDAN, LEONARD, 1529 West Griswold Rd. ---.- pp. 84 K KAATZ, WILLIAM H., 8 Phillip Ct. .... pp. 65, 100, 103 KADAS, PATRICIA, 132 Lake Ave. .... --- pp. 84, 103 KAILES, BOB, 160 Cornell Ave. ....... pp. 65, 101, 1111? KAISER, JACK, 128 Garvin Ave. ............. -.- pp. 74 KAISER, TOM, 128 Garvin Ave. ........ .... p p. 84 KAKOS, JIM, 604 Dewey Ave. .... .. ...... --- pp. KALO, JOSEPH, RD2 W. Ridge Road ..... ...... p p. 74 KALAPOS, GARY, 998 N. Pasadena Ave. --- .... pp. 74 KANE, DAVID, 217 Sumner St. .............. -.- pp. KARBOWNICZEK, PEGGIE, 162 Fairlawn Ave. ---.- pp. 65, 97, 98, 111 KASUBINSKI, JANET, 164 Bath St. ........... -.- pp. 84 KAYDEN, TERRY, 598 Broad St. ..... --.- ..... pp. 74 KAYE, NANCY, A., 603 Windy Lane ........... pp. 84 KEARSE, LEE, 66 Riverside Homes ...... pp. 74, 98, 101, KEIFFER, CAROLYN JUNE, 800 Stang Rd. KEITH, SID, 537 Randall Rd. ......... pp. 65, 123. 124 KELLER, 108, 112 JOHN, 1836 West River Rd. - .--- - PD-13551, 11123 KELLEY, BARBARA, 137 Eastern Heights Blvd. ---.- pp. 65 KELLEY, HAROLD, 150 S. Abbe Rd. -- ...-- ----- DP- 74 KELLEY, SHARON, 137 Eastern Heights Blvd. .... pp. 84 KELLEY, WAYNE ARTHUR, 137 Eastern Heights Blvd. - Komlco, Jovcs, 145 School sr. ........,. pp. 74, 123 KONKEL, MARY Lou, 516 l-lilliara Ra. ......... pp. 74 Kouros, NICHOLAS, 811 weaalarla Ave. ...... pp. 84 Kovls, r. BILL, 213 Franklin Ave. .... pp. 74, 106, 108, 112, 119 Konzou, RAY, 263 Oberlin Ra. .......... pp. 65, 105 Kosco, SHARON, 111 West River sr. .... pp. 65, 94, 96, 1 1 1, 1 19 KOVACS, JOE, 248 Griswold Rd. ....,,-,,,-- ,- pp, 119 KRATCHEN, DALE, 282 Furnace St, ,--------- -1- pp. 74 KRAUSHER, SANDRA LEE, 449 West River sr. .... pp. 74 KRIEG, KAREN, 133 Marseilles Ave. .... pp. 65, 95, 123, 124 KRING, J- KENT, 715 West River St. ....,-,,--- , pp, 74 KRISTOFF, BARBARA, 322 Yole Ave. .... pp. 74, 92, 94, 111, 112, 121, 128 KRONE, WALTER, 350 Longfellow -------- ---- p pl 84 KRUECK, DOROTHY, 317 Eoslern Heights Blvd. ........ . 65, 94, 9 KRUEGER, HAIEL, 132 RO0SevelI' Ave. --.lzppp. 84, 112? 128 KRUGMAN, JANET, 205 Emerson Ct. .-.... U--- pp. 84 KRUGMAN, ROGER ARNOLD, 527 Woodland Ave. .... pp. 74 KRUGMAN, SHARON, 1201 West Griswold Rd. .... pp. 74 KULZYNSKI, HARRIET'I', 2701 West River Rd. .... pp. 74 KURTZ, JAMES, 105 Eastern Heights Blvd. ...... pp. 62, 65, 89, 92. 94, 95, 98 KUSS, DEBBIE, 227 Sixth St. ..... pp. 62, 65, 92 95, 99, 111, 119, 128, 129, 130 KUSS, JANET, 227 Sixth St. ....... pp. 84, 98, 99, 112, L 121, 128, 129 pp. 74 KELLOGG, DIANE MARIE, 221 Lexington Ave. ........ KELLOGG, DUANE, 221 Lexington Ave. ..... KELLY, MARY KAY, 147 Warren Ave. ..... KELLY, PHIL, 133 Columbia Ave. KELLY, RICHARD E., 2150 Lake Ave. ..... KELNER, SHAREN, 201 Longfellow St. ...... KEMERY, KAREN, 260 Brandtson Ave. L..... KEMPER, J. WILLIAM, 347 Furnace St. -- - KENNY, MARY, 217 Jackson Ave. ....... KERSHAW, J. DELBERT, 1154 Garden St. KETTEL, GERTRUDE, 355 Louisiana Ave. KETTEL, JAMES, 355 Louisiana Ave. ---.---- KILZER, LEWIS, 159 Erie St. ....- .v-.- P D. KIME, JOAN, 811 W. River St. .... ---.- KINDIG CONNIE 428 East Ave. -- pp. 74, 101 ---- pp. 84 pp. 74, 121 pp. 74, 123, 124 pp. 65, 94, 111, 130 pp. 84, 121 ---- pp. 74 --- pp. 65 --,- pp. 74 --.-.- pp. 74 pp. 84, 108 74, 95, 119 ---- pp. 65 pp. 65 KINDLE, Lslall, 1508 River Ra. .... fflfjf pp. 74 KING, KATHLEEN, 165 Bellfield Ave. ...... pp. 74, 121 KING, SHARON, 420 Earl Ct. ..-...... -. .-.-.- DP- 65 KIRKHART, EVELYN, 1153 Melvyn Lane .... KIRKHART, JANETTA, 1153 Melvyn Lane KIPKPATPICK, PAT, 163 Bellfield .... - KISER, DON, 2 Persons Ct. ....--.-------- KISER, JERRY, 265 Winckles ...... KISER, TOM, 2 Persons Ct. ..L....W KISTNER, DAVID, 203 Warren Ave. --- KLEIN, SHIRLEY, 265 Spruce ........ ..... KLINE JUDY 163 Seneca St. ....--.----. pp. 84, 125 - pp. 65, 97 pp. 84, 125 ---.- pp. 84 ----- pp. 74 --- pp. 74 --- pp. 84 74 -.--- pp. , , ---- op- 65 KLINGSHIRN, WAYNE, 707 N. Murray Ridge Rd. ...... pp. 65, 105 KNEPPER, FRED CHARLES, 1001 Lake Ave. .... .- pp. KNEPPER, KAY, 1001 Lake Ave. ........ pp. 65, 92, 95 KNEPPER, SHIRLY, 2903 West River Rd. ..,. pp. 84, 120 KNIPPER, GEORGE, 51 Cedar St. .......s--.s.. pp. 65 KNOX, EASTER LILY, 409W Tremount St. KNUFF, PAM, 243 Columbus Sf. .........-. pp. 74, 95 KOCH, SANDRA, 134 Beverly Ct. ....... pp. 65, 96, 97 KOCHIS, JUDY, 359 High St. ............. pp. 65, 119 KOEPP, ANN WANDA, 142 Courtland St. .... pp. 74, 97 KOEPP, GORDON, 244 Fairlawn Ave. ,L...L.... pp. 65 KOEPP, LARRY, 1950 Elyria-Lorain Blvd. -----.. pp. 65 KOEPP, NANCY ANN, 1950 Elyria-Lorain Blvd. .... ..- pp. 84 KOKAI, JIM, 315 West River Rd. ...... pp. 65, 104, 1 19 KOKAI, JOHN, 315 West River St. ..L.. pp. 65, 102, 119 Kon, JIM, 612 Park Ave. ..... L.. ........... pp. 84 LACEY, JOE, 1326 West River St. ......... pp. 84, 120 LA DOW, SUSAN, No. 22 Pasadena Ave. ........ pp. 84 LAGANIER, PATRICIA, 335 Beebe Ct. ...... pp. 74, 95, 119, 128 LAKE, DANIEL, 871 Oak St. .................. pp. 65 LANAGHAN BARBARA 304 Foster Ave. - pp. 28, 65 LANAGHAN, LINDA, 120 Parkview ci. -ff pp. 34, 111113 LANAGHAN, MERVIN, No. 04 Foster Ave. ...... pp. 84 LANCE, GLORIA, 132 Lafayette ........ - ...... pp. 74 LANCE, MARGARET, 132 Lafayette St. - pp. 65, 95, 117, 123, 124 LANDER, DENNIS, 1139 E. River St. ........... pp. 74 LANDER, GARY, 1139 E. River St. -L --- pp. 84, 135 LANDIS, NICK, 237 Stanford Ave. --- -- pp. 74, 94 LANGSTON, CAROL, 129 Lake Ave. ........ pp. 74, 98 LAPPI, BOB, 1011 West Ave, ..........-....-. pp, 74 LARKIN, DAN, 29 Artemas Ct. ............ pp. 74, 119 LAUTENSCHLEGER, JOHN, 340 Harwood St. ---- pp. 74, 94, 117, 119, 123, 124 LAWRENCE, JIM, 605 Garford Ave. ......... pp. 74, 97 LAWSON, BEVERLY, 515 E. Broad St. .... pp. 65, 92, 96 LAWSON, BILLIE KATHERINE, 435 Ambler Dr. ...... - -.. pp. 74,111,113 LAWSON, YEEVONNE, 515 E. Broad St. .... pp. 74, 111, LEBODA, ROBERT, 136 Antoinette Dr. ..... LECZO, TED, 1756 N. Ridge Rd. ...... -- LEE, BARBARA, 569 Hilliard Rd. ........, 121 pp. 65, 115, 132 - pp. 74, 106 - pp. 65, 119 LEE, JERRY, 550 N. Abbe Rd. ..........,...,, pp, 74 LEGG, ZELDA MAE, 405 Oberlin Rd. .......... pp. 65 LEININGER, MICHAEL, 210 E. '9th St . ....-..... pp. 84 LEININGER, WALTER, 210 E. 9Il"l St. .......... pp. 84 LENGEL, STEVE, 121 Blake Sf. ....... pp. 65, 102, 132, 134, 140 I-ESCI'IER, IRIS, 213 Samuel St. ............... pp, 74 LESLIE, BARBARA, 435 Metcalf Rd. - 75111 --- . , , 121 LESSIN, cAlzol., 312 West Ave. .... pp. '25, 94, 96, 111, 113 Lsuzzl, Jos, 345 Eighth sr, ,,.,..,..,,,,,,- pp, 105 I-EWICKI, CHARLES, 205 Spruce St. .....-,--,- pp, 75 LEWIS, FRED, 301 Huron St. ......... pp. 75, 119, 132 LEWIS, MICHELE, R.D. NO. 2 Telegraph Rd. ...... pp. 84 LICHTY, JANET, 1 1 19 Lake Ave. .... pp. 65, 96, 97, 119 LICKING, CAROL, 223 Emerson Ct, ..,.,.,,- ,,- pp, 75 LIEBHAQDT, VERNA. 1039 Melvyn Lane --- LISEWSKY. LENNY, 144 Brandtson Ave. --, ----- . 84 LINGERFELTER, CAROLYN, 226 Lexington Ave. --.lili--- pp 75 PP 84 LITTLE, DEVONIA, 25M West Ave. W-.........4 pp. 84 LIVINGSTONE, DAVID, 263 N. Olive St. .... pp. 84, 11055 LOCHER, BETTY, 158 Stanford Ave. ...... -. .... pp. 65 LOEB, PATTI, 912 Park Ave. ,.,....... pp. 66, 96, 111 LONG, JUDY, 192 Bath St. .,...,. pp. 28, 66, 111, 113 LONG, SANDY, 258 Harrison St. ..,2....... pp. 66, 97 LOONEY, JAMES, 1306 Sugar Ridge Rd. ........ pp. 75 LOONEY, JOHN, 325 Seventh St. ......,...... pp. 84 LOONEY, LORETTA, 1306 Sugar Ridge Rd. ..,, pp. 75, 92 LOOSE, SUSAN, 359 Gulf Rd. ,,,....,. pp. 75, 111, 121 LOTUS, ED, 605 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ..-......... pp. 75 LOVE, MARGARET, 133 N. Maple St. ......,... pp. 84 LOWERY, CHARLES, 633 West St. ....,s,. -. pp. 75, 105 LOWERY, EDITH, 111 Erie St. .... pp. 84, 95, 112, 113, 121, 128 LUMADUE, DICK, 259, Marseilles .....2...,.2, pp, 75 LUNDBERG, NORMAN, 1040 Foster Ave. ,...... pp. 66, 123 117, , 124 LUTHER, LARRY, 1517 Lake Ave. ......... pp. 84, 121 LUTZ, PENNY, 991 N. Washington Blvd. .s.. pp. 84, 95, 1 12 LUTZ, TIM, 991 N. Washington Blvd. s-- --- pp. 66, 92, 123, 124 LYNN, MARY LEE, 432 W. 15th St. -- --- pp. 66, 95 M MC AVENA, DAVID, 246 White Oak Drive - .... Tzqp- 18345 MC CABE, SHIRLEY, 169 Ridge St. .......... --- pp. 75 MC CAIN, JANICE, 354 Hawthorne St. ..... pp. 84, 112, 113, 128 MASON, BETTY, 308 Bell Ave. .ffs ..... - pp. 66 MASON, TOM, 505 Foster Ave. ....,, ,..- pp. 84, 97 MASSEY, BILL, 648 Hilliard Road ,,.. -.- fm.- pp. 75 MATTHEWS, ALVIS, 415 W. 13th St. -L ,ss pp. 75 MAURER, JEFF, 124 Emerson Ct. ., ssfs ee- pp. 75 MAXWELL, RAY, 622 Harvard Ave. ,E 22- pp. 75 MECKLEY, JIM, 122 Caroline St. ,-....-- ,-- pp. 75 MELHINCH, AL, 613 W. River St. MELTON, ALBERT, 4 Frank Ct. ..2,,,, ,-- pp. 75 MENNELL, BOB, 209 Yale Ave ,,,.,...., --.nf pp. 84 MEREDITH, PATRICIA, 155 Fairlawn Ave. ,,...5, pp. 66 MERRILL, CAROLYN, 464 W. 8th St. ...ss pp. 75, 123, 124 MERTZ, HARLAN, 537 N. Murray Ridge Rd. ..s. pp. 66, 123, 124 MERTZ, JERRY, 400 Kenyon Ave. ,,-.,w-..,--,2, pp. 75 Maas-n-xl, DUI, IOY Bell Ave. ..-...,,. DD. 75, 96, III MESSAROS, CHARLENE, 1144 Barbara ..,s, W--- pp. 75 MESSAROS, DAN, 2128 Lake Ave. ...,. pp. 66, 105, 132 MESSAROS, MYRA, 2128 Lake Ave. ,,.. - pp. 75, 111 MESSER, NAOMI, 1968 Rosewood Ave. METZGER, DAVID, 212 Clark St. ..e, MEYER, MEYER, --,..,..--- pp. 75 -,, pp. 66, 141 BILL, 115 Park Ave. ....,, .- .,,,., pp. 84, 135 CAROLYN, 663 Weller Rd. .,,e pp. 84, 98, 108, 112, 113, 128 MEYER, MARCIA, 1624 W. Griswold Rd. .s.. pp. 84, 99, I 12 , 128, 129 MEYER, MARILYN, 663 wpner Rd. ,... pp. 84, 101, 108, 113 120 121 128 MEYERS, ALAN, 256 Parmeley ..,,,... -. ....,. MEYERS, SUE, 256 Parmely Ave. ..e., 1 1 I pp. 66 ,-,,, pp. 84, 121 MC CAIN, TOM, 354 Hawthorne St. ........ MC CRAY, MICHELE, 108 Furnace St. ...... ---- pp. 66 pp. 75, 111, 121 MC DIVITT, BONNIE, 247 Bath St. ............ pp. 66 MC DONALD, SUSAN, 509 Park Ave. ...... pp. 84, 113, 125 MC DOWELL, MARY, 966 Gulf Rd. ..... pp. 66, 93, 96, MEYNE, MARILYN, 269 Prandtson Ave. ..,s pp. 85, 121, 125 MICHAEL, JIM, 160 Berkeley Drive --, ,,---- MIHALIS, MARGARITA, 408 East Ave. .... pp. 75, 111, 121 pp. 66 MIKA, DENNIS, 453 Poplar St. ...H pp. 66, 117, 123, 124 MIKO, ALEXANDRA, 136 East River St. esu. pp. 66, 92, 1 1 1, 1 18 MC GHEE, BOB, 607 Murray Ridge Rd. ......... pp. 84 MC GHEE, DANIEL, 607 N. Murray Ridge Rd. .... pp. 75, 135 Mc GHEE, oRA, 314 Lodi sf. ................. pp. 84 MC GUIRE, FRED, 111 W. Bridge St. ........ pp. 75, 92 Mc HENRY, RUTH, 2030 Lake Ave. .... --- pp. 84, H2 MC INTIRE, DAVID, 915 Eastern Heights Blvd. .... pp. 84 MC INTIRE, JIM, 706 S. Boston Ave. ...... ---- D D- 75 MC INTIRE, STEVEN, 274 49th Ave. ......- --- DP. 66 MC INTOSH, GAYLE, 220 Burns Rd. ....... pp. 75, 123 MC KAY, CONNIE, 167 Brandtson Ave. ..... pp. 75, 95, 100, 108, 113, 121 ,128 MC KAY, MARIE, 65 Chestnut St. .........--- - DD- 75 MC KINNEY, ROSIE LEE, 164 Woodford Ave. ..... pp. 84 MC LAUGHLIN, JIM, 223 Longford Ave. -,.-- pp. 66, 992 Mc NEAL, RUBY, 523W Elm S1. -.- ........ pp. 84, 128 Mc RAE, BONNIE, 228 Gates Ave. .,.,...... pp. 75, 96 Mc RAE, SUSAN, 228 Gates Ave. -.--- pp. 66, 96, 111, 1 12, 1 19 MACHOCK, DAVID, 985 W. River St. .......-.-- DD. 75 MAC PHERSON, JACK, 248W Stanford Ave. ..... pp. 84 MADARA, JANICE, 901 East Ave. ...... pp. 66, 94, 109, 1 16, 1 17 MADDEN, BILL, 316 Washington Ave. ..... pp. 66, 102, 132, 135, 140, 141 MADOK, NANCY, 332 Cambridge Ave. ..... pp. 75, 94, 95, 98, 99, 1 1 1, 121 MAGEL, KEN, 460 W. 9th St. ,s...-....e...-. pp. 84 MAHAR, JUDY, 312 Cornell Ave. ...... pp. 66 MAHER, KAREN, 228 E. 16th St. .......... pp 94, 130 66, 111 MAHL, DANIEL, 521W East Ave. ......... -..-- pp. 75 MAIDEN, THOMAS, 2030 N. Murray Ridge Rd. ....... 2 84, 101 PP- MANCUSO, MARIE, 231 George St. ...... .- ..... pp. 75 MANDEVILLE, AL, 245 E. Broad St.--- ...... pp. 75 MANUEL, ED, 337 Wesley .....,.s ...,.. MAPLE, JO ANN, 614 Lake Ave. --- --- pp MARSH BOB 524 Metcalf Rd. ........... pp pp. 66 84, 112 75, 106 MARTIN, ROBERT, 169 Caroline sf. ......... Q- pp. 75 MARTIN, TOM, 816 Park Ave. ........ pp. 75 MARTIN, TOM H., 121 Eastern Heights Blvd. --.L 94, 119 pp- 66, 101, 103, 114, 119 MARZOVAS, JIM, 211 Harwood St. L........... pp. 84 1 1 1, 1 19 MILLER, DENNIS LEE, 995 West River St. ...... pp. 75 MILLER, JANICE, 110 E. Griswold Rd. .... pp. 66, 96, 123, 124 MILLER, JUDITH, 206 Fairlawn Ave. .... pp. 75, 111, I 13 MILLER, KAREN, 2103 Lake Ave. ,-- .e-,..,.. pp. 66 MILLER, KATHLEEN ANNE, 5713 Elyria Ave. .... pp. 66, 95 MILLER, SANDRA, 340 49th St. ........ pp. 75, 124 MILLER, STERLING, 5713 Elyria Ave. --, ...2.. pp. 85 MILLER, THOMAS, 340 49th St. ..... --- pp. 85, 125 MILLER, WILLIAM, 110 Euclid St. ..Ae-.-. pp. 85, 121 MILLER, WILLIAM R., 2103 Lake Ave. ..s. pp. 85, 125 MILLS, GORDON, 346 Louisana Ave. .... pp. 85, 135 MILLS, JOY, 225 Harwood St. ...... pp. 75, 111, 121 MILNER, JO ANN, 7015 W. River St. -.--- pp. 66, 111, 119 M1RABEN, GEORGE, 320 cpipmpap Ave. .... pp. 66, 98, 117, 119, 123, 124 MISCHKA, HAROLD, 137 Harwood St. .... pp. 75, 95, 119, 122, 123, 124 MITCHELL, BILL, 125 Waverly ..,. pp. 66, 102, 134 MITCHELL, DORIS, 1716 Middle Ave. E... pp. 66, 92, 111, 113, 119, 128 MOEHLE, PEGGY, 606 Weller Rd. 2....,,..... pp, 75 MOHNEY, TED, 423 Bond St. .... pp. 66, 95, 102, 112 MOLLENKOPF, FRED, 338 Columbia Ave. L... pp. 75, 102 MOLOMAN, LARRY, 796 North Ridge Road .e.. pp. 85 MONK, MIKE, 1721 S. Roosevelt Ave. ..,,,. pp. 75, 135 MOODY, BETTY SUE, 913 Foster Ave. ,s..,A pp. 75 MOODY, BOBBIE, 913 Foster Ave. ..,... .... p p. 66 MOODY, MARLINE, 913 Foster Ave. 2 ..... pp. 66 MOORE, DOTTIE, 342 Pasadena Ave. -- pp. 66, 111, 119, 130 MOORE, GARY, 334 Winckles St. es s... pp. 66, 104 MOORE, MOORE, MOORE, MOORE, JENNIE, 111 Pine St. .2.,,...,...... pp. 66 JUDY, 324 Pasadena Ave. 2... pp.- 66, 99, 111, 130 KATHY, 245 E. 13th St. ...H pp. 66, 94, 98, 99, 101, 111, 128, 130 PATRICIA, 119 Ridge St. ............ pp. 85 Moos, JUDY, 1100 Park Ave. .... pp. 66, 94, 96, 101, 111,119,130 MoRAN, LINDA, 1156 Gdrderr sf. f,.. pp. 66, 127, 130 MoREY, MICHELLE, 1424 Faxon River ..444... pp. 85 MORGAN, coNNIE, 234 E. 13114 sr. ,p.- pp. 66, 96, 11386 1 MORRIS, DONNA, 128 Edgewood sr. MORRIS, oscAR, 627 Weller Rd. eee. . .... . MORRIS, suzANNE, 1099 w. River Rd. .... pp. 66, 93, ------W pp. 85 pp 75 99, 111, 119,128 MoRY, JOHN JR., 135 Roosevelt Ave. .... pp. 66, 92 Moss, ALICE, 111 Byington cf. .e.. pp. 66, 92, 95, 96, 100, 111, 113,117 Moss, eos, 141 Bell Ave. ----- --- ee,ee -- pp. 75 MowERY, N1cIc, 174 Bell Ave. -- e.2ee... pp. 75 MOWRY, JUNE, 247 E. Breed sr. ee.......... pp. 75 MULL, PATRICIA, 436 Earl cr. ---.- pp. 75, 101, 110511, MUNHALL, SUSAN, 1305 Lake Ave. eeeee -- pp. 66 MuRo, LEONARD, 1411 Middle Ave. ..., -. ..... . pp. 75 MURPHY, BOB, 310 Roosevelt Ave. -.-.--.- .,.,. pp. 85 MURPHY, GAIL, 434 Earl Ct. ,2,.,2,.,,.2,.. -. pp. 66 MURPHY, PHYLLIS, 434 Earl Ct. ---- pp. 75, 94, 98, 110, 111, 124, 129 MURRAY, HILTON, 314 16th St. .2,, pp. 66, 102, 132, 134, 140, 141 MURRAY, WILSON, 314 16th St. ..-.---- pp. 85, 125 MURRELL, MILDRED, 339 10th St. ----- pp. 75, 94, 121 MYERS, DOROTHY, 3 smarh cr. ---- pp. 75, 94, 96, 112, 123 MYERS, MARGARET, 283 Longford Ave. ---- pp. 66, 121 MYERs, PAMELA, 134 seheei sr. ---- pp. 85, 108, 112, 121, 127 MYERS, PATRICIA ANN, 525 Washington Ave. .... pp. 83 1 112 121 , 03, , N NAEGELE, WILLIAM, 316 Stanford Ave. ..-. pp. 75, 94, 106, 135 NAGY, DAVID, 117 Louisana Ave. ..... .... p p. 85 NARDECCHIA, PETER, 352 Oberlin Rd. -- ---. pp. 75 NARY, CAROL, 126 Clark St. NARY, CHAKLENE, 126 Clark St. --- --- pp. 85 NARY, CLYDE, 126 Clark St. ...- -- pp. 66 NASH, DONALD, 1051 Garden St. ,-- ---. pp. 88 NASH, ROBERT, 1051 Garden St. -.- -- pp. 85 NASH, RONALD, 1051 Garden St. -- ..e.. pp. 88 NEAL, GARY, 405 Oberlin Rd. ..... .....,. p p. 66 NEDWICK, RAY, 169 Spruce St. ..e.v4.. pp. 85, 141 NEIGHBOR, CAROL, 207 Emerson Ct. .... . 121 PP 85, NELSON, HENRY, 1936 Middle Ave. .......... . pp. 85 NELSON, KAREN, 715 Clark SI. --.. .-.-. pp. 85, 121 NELSON, KATHIE, 126 Homesite Ct. ee.. pp. 85, 97, 128 NEMES, ROSALIE, 1120 Garford Ave. .... pp. 66, 96, 123 NEMETH, CAROL, 552 Vulcan St. ........-... . pp. 75 NEMETH, ROSEMARY, 1111 Park Ave. -.-- pp. 66, 95, 124 123, NEVINS, KIRK, 443 Kenyon Ave. 2-.-..-.-. pp. 75, 119 75 NICHOLS, AGNES, 23916 Howe St. - --------- pp. NICKEL, BARBARA, 114 Pasadena Ave. Y... pp. 66, 100, 1 18 NICKOLI, MARSHA, 1183 East River NICOLSON, JOHN, 320 Franklin Ave. NICOLSON, MARIE, 320 Franklin Ave. NIEDLING, GARY, 479 Cleveland St. --- ---- pp. 85, 109, 111, --- pp. 76, 97 ----Y-- pp. 76 114 --,---- pp. 76 . 66 NIEDING, FLORENCE, 212 Gates Ave. ,,,.-,... -- pp NIEDING, GENE, 212 Gates Ave. --........... -- pp. 76 NIEDING, NANCY, 290 Adebert St. - pp. 85, 94, 112 NIELSEN, DICK, 159 Cornell Ave. ........ pp. 85, 141 NIELSEN, MARY, 249 Cambridge Ave. --- pp. 76, 94, 95, 1 1 1, 1 19 NORRIS, JEANNE, 124 Bell Ave. ..--- .----. - - pp. 69 NORRIS, NORA, 335 Winckles St. -.--. NORRIS, PAUL, 158 Pasadena .-..---.-.,- pp. 76, -----2- pp. 76 119 NoR1'1-Icu1'1', KAY FRANCES, 101 West sr. ---- pp. 76, 95, 121 NoR1'rIEIM, MARLENE, 1030 N. MUFTOY Ridge Rd. ---- 119 pp. 66, 111, NOSTER, BARBARA, 264 Winckles .......... pp. 85 NOSTER, SYLVIA, 264 Winckles .... --------- pp. 66 NOVAK, BILL, 227 Roosevelt ---- pp. 66, 99, 117, 123, 124 NOVAK, BOB, 356 4th St, ....... -- ......,,,. pp, 85 NOVAK, SHIRLEY, 362 Hawthorne .... pp. 76, 94, 111, O 113,119 OATES, JIM, 132 Harwood sr. -----. pp. 61, 66, 104 OATES, JOYCE, 132 Harwood sr. ------------ pp, 69 o'coNNoR, JAMES o., 2500 West River sf. ------ pp. 76 o'I:owo, DAVE, 345 12th sr. ------------ pp. 66, 105 oEsIcER, ELLEN, 214 Fd1r1dwp -------------- pp, oEsTERMAN, BEVERLY, 123 Hillsdale cr. ---- . OGLE, BILL, 52 Riverside Homes --- OLENICK JOHN M. 114 Rush St. 76 PP 72 - pp. 76, 123, 124 85 134 I I ---------- PP ORNDORFF, PAUL, 544 Lodi Sf. ------.- PD. 67, ORR, NANCY, 625 Washington Ave. .... pp. 67, 94, 98, 109, Ill, 115, 118, 130 ORR, SALLY, 625 Washington Ave. .... pp. 85, 98, 99, 108, 112, 128 ORVIS, NIKKI, 213 15th St. ........ pp. 85, 112, 120 OSWALT, BETTY, 2709 Fackler Ave. ..-...-... pp. 76 OTT, JUDY, 344 N. Olive St. ..,... pp. 76, 123, 124 OTT, RONALD, 138 Manor Dr. .... pp. 67, 103, 104 OTT, SHARON, 138 Manor Dr. .... pp. 85, 97, 112, 125 OTTEN, WILLIAM, 415 3rd St. ...,-,,-----,, pp, 76 OVERCOTT, CAROL, 1012 East Ave. OWENS, KEN, 235 Eighth St, ......- ,.--,- p p, 76 OWENS, WALTER, 235 Eighth St. P PACHUTA JOHN 156 Stanford Ave. -- -- pp. 67, 105 -- pp. 85 PACK, WALTER, 805 Lpngeerr Ave. --ff5ppf'85Q-120, 135 PAGE, SHARON, 579 Willow Park Rd. ---- pp. 76, 113, 121 PAINTER, RONALD LYNN, 1077 East River St. .... pp. 76 PALLAS, DAVID, 124 E. Rambler Ave. pp. 85, 125 PALM, SANDEE, 450 W. 9th St. .............. pp. 76 PANDY, STEVEN, 1155 W. River St. -.----. ....... pp. 76 PANKOFF, JON, 955 E. River St. .-..-. pp. 67, 99, 119 PAONESSA, FRANK, 119W W. River St. PAONESSA, HELEN, 119W W. River St. ........ pp. 85 PAPAI, JULIA, R.D. 2 Stang Rd. ............ pp. 76 PAPENBROCK, REANETTE, 232 Emerson Ct. --.. pp. 67, 94, 111, 130 PAPP, DENISE, 133 Brandston ................ pp. 76 PAPP, SALLY, 252 Spruce, St. ...... pp. 76, 98, 130 PAPP, SHARON, 133 Brandston Ave. .... pp. 67, 95, 97 PAPPAS, NICK, 521 2nd St. .............. PAPPAS, PAULINE, 1135 Melvyn Lone PAPUGA, DON, 135 Medal Ct. ...... ..... pp. 76 -------- pp. 85 pp. 85 PARKER, LARRY, 201 Hawthorne sf. -.---- pp. 85, 98 PARKS, JACK, 61 Riverside ------------------ pp. 76 PASADYN, MARILYN, 208 Longfellow St. --.. pp. 85, 121 PATTON, JACK, 1678 Wilbur Ave. feee.. pp. 76, 135 PAUK, WALTER, 805 Longson Ave. PAULY, SHARON, 117 Orchard Ct. ............ pp. 85 PAVLICK, JOYCE, 1981 Northwood Ave PEARCE, EILEEN, 202 Beebe Ct. .... p pp 85 120 p.-67f 94,- 96,' 111, 119, 130 PECAUT, ARTHUR, 618 Harvard Ave. .......... pp. 67 PERKINS, BOB, 441 Adams St. .... pp. 67, 102, 104, 132, 134 PERKINS, DONNA, 441 Adams St. ......,..... pp. 85 PERKINS, SALLY, 441 Adams St. -- --- pp. 76, 121 PESTI, sos, 164 Pdrrpeiy Ave. -......... pp. 67, 133 PETERMAN, BEVERLY, 626 Harvard ---- pp. 85, 97, 112, 113, 120 PETERS, DON, 172 Fairlawn Ave. -... pp. 67, 92, 134 PETERSEN, DONA, 115 Yale Ave. .... PETERSON, LOIS, 1386 East Ave. pp. 67, 95, 117, 76 123, 124 ---- pp. ,111, 121 PE1'RAs, CAROL, 335 West sf. ---- pp. 76, 92, 94, 95, PETROFF, LILLY, 72 Chestnut St. -- PFEIFFER, JUNE, 2222 Lake Ave. -- PIERCE, RICHARD, 343 Eighth St. -- PIATT, JIM, 131 Cascade St. ....- PIGMAN, TOM, 184 Bath St. --- 96 ------ pp. 76, 111 ----- pp. 67 ------- pp. 67 --- pp. 85, 121 ------ pp. 67 PITCOCK, EARL EDWIN, 134 Purdue Ave. 222222 pp. 76 PITTS, DOROTHY JEAN, 1705 Lorain Blvd. .... pp. 85 PITTS, GWEN, 359 Roosevelt Ave. ..A.......e5 pp. 76 PLESKA, CLARA CECELIA, 235 Pasadena Ave. 2222 pp. 76, 95, 96, 121, 123 PLUTA, Tom, 157 Fairlawn Ave. .,,......... pp. 67 POAD, RITCHIE, 965 E. River si. .... pp. 67, 99, 102, 133, 134, 140 POLING, DEAN, 221 N. Olive St. ....., pp. 76, 135 POOR, GENE, 1715 Bond St. .2,2,,,2.....2,. pp. 76 POWELL, GARY, 244 Marseilles ......2.... PRENTICE, LAIRD, 346 Ohio St. ..2. pp. 76, , PRICE, JAMES, 1713 W. River ,,..2......... pp. 85 PRIEBE, DAVE, 324 Beechwood Drive ....22.. pp. 67 PRITT, LYAL, 522 E. River ........., ...v. p p. 85 PROCHAZKA, BILL, 743 W. 17th St. 22 ..2... pp. 85 PROCHAZKA, DICK, 739 W. 17th St. .... pp. 76, 92, 119 22 pp. 67 100 106 PROVOZNIK, JANICE, 1101 West Ave. .2.. pp. 85, 120 PROVOZNIK, ROBERT, 1101 West Ave. ...,.. pp. 76 PRUITT, GERALDINE, 432 Clinton Ave. ....,... pp. 76 PRUNTY, DALE, 333 S. Logan St. .... pp. 85, 121, 135 PUDER, BOB, 142 Denison Ave. ...... pp. 76, 102, 123, 124 PURCELL, JACKIE, 516 Harvard Ave. 2.2. pp. 76, 111, 121, 127, 129 PYCRAFT, DENNIS, 116 Williams St. ...... pp. 76, 119 Q QUEEN, TOM, 545 Harvard Ave. 222 -22 pp. 92, 95 R RADER, JUDY, 104 Spruce St. ....... ------ P P- 85 RAFTER, LINDA, 431 E. Board St. 222.. ---....- pp- 76 RANKIN, DAVID, 156 Cleveland St. ...... pp. 67, 105 RAY, ooNALo, 151 Clinton Ave. ............ pp. 85 Runs, RON, 132 Marseilles ........... --- pp. 76 REDINGTON, CHUCK, 236 6th St. ..., pp. 67, 11013 111333, REDINGTON, RANDY, 236 6th St. .... pp. 76iog4,Igg REDMAN, MARY LOU, 315 Bon Air Ave. ...... pp. 67 Reno, JOHN, 429 W. 14th sr. 2,.......... -2 pp. 67 REEDY, GARY, 509 W. 3rd St. -.ee--.-- --- pp- 85 REESER, SYLVIA, 334 Concord Ave. .,.. pp. 85, 97, 1I1I2i REFENNING, JO LYNN, 1016 N. Pasadena Ave. --22 pp. 85 112 120 ROBERTS, SELMA, 209 Olive St. ..... 222 pp. 86, 121 ROBERTSON, JACK, 217 West St. ..,,......... pp. 76 ROBINSON, CHARLES, 328 16th St. eoveee pp. 86, 135 ROBINSON, CLAUDE, 323 16th St. ROBINSON, KAREN, 523 Princeton Ave. .... pp. 86, 1935 1 14, ROBINSON, MARY, 235 Bell Ave. .... pp. 76 121 127 ROBINSON, PATRICIA, 323 16th St. ....,.. L22 pp. 86 ROCK, VIRGINIA, 582 Longfellow St. .... pp. 86, 112, 121, 128 RODACHY, DENNIS, 120 lrondale St. 2.eY...... pp. 76 RODGERS, JOSEPH, 418 W. 11th St. ...... pp. 76, 123 RODMAN, WILMA, 1620 W. Griswold Rd. .... pp. 128 ROE, DIANNE, 614 Gulf Rd. .... pp. 76, 111, 113, 121 ROE, SHEILA, 332 Columbia Ave. .... pp. 76, 94, 111, 123, 124 86 121, ROGERS, KATHY, 423 W. 13th St. ......d..... pp. ROGERS, LINDA, 174 Bath St. ..-. ...... p p. 86 ROIG, DAWN, 633 Dewey Ave. .... 222 pp. 86, 108 Role, DONNA, 118 Quincy si. .....e.... pp. 67, 119 ROOT, SANDRA, 256 Schadden Rd. ........ 67 ROSADO, BEN, 118 Woodford Ave. .... pp. ROSE, JO, 131 Purdue Ave. ............ pp. 67, ROSENBAUM, CLYDE, 155 Denison Ave. .2.... pp. 86 ROSENBAUM, KENNETH, 155 Denison Ave. .... pp. PP- 85, 135 98 67, 101 67 ROSS, GARY, 801 Schadden Rd. ........ 22 ROUNDS, DICK, 124 Hawthorne St. 2... 2... p p. 67 2 pp. RowELL, BILL, 116 Lake Ave. .....,........ pp. 76 ROWEN, MARYLEE, 832 Oakwood Drive .... pp. 86, 112 RUBIN, LESLIE, 433 Poplar St. .... pp. 86, 108, 112, 113, 121 RUBY, JILL, 315 Roosevelt Ave. 2222 pp. 76, 108, 113, 121, 128 RUDY, MARSHA, 346 Harvard .... .....,... p p. 67 RUHL, BILL, 814 East Ave. ....... ....... p p. 76 RUHL, DARLENE, 814 East Ave. ....,... pp. 86, 125 RUSSELL, RON, 1104 North Washington Avenue .... pp. 67, 102, 132, 134 RUST, DOUGLAS, 1905 Gulf Rd. .... pp. 76, 123, 124 RUTLEDGE, DONALD, 352 S. Maple St. ...... 2 pp. 76 RYAN, PATRICK, 129 Oak si. ...,,....... f 2 pp. 76 REICH, BILLIELYNN, 342 12th St. ...... pp. 85, 120 REID, LARRY, 202 Clinton Ave. ........ pp. 67, 119 REIDINGER, JEAN, 154 Eady Ct. ...........- pp. 85 REINDL, DOLORES, 347 E. Griswold Rd. ---- pp. 67, 96 REMSHAK, RICHARD, 2704 West River Road .... pp. 67, 105, 134 RENKEL, DON, 375 Brandston Ave. .e....-..... pp. 67 REUTER, FRITZ, 786 Abbe Rd. .......... pp. 85, 125 REYNHOUT, JOYCE, 269 Harnilton Ave. .... 185i REYNOLDS, DAVID, 510 Princeton Ave. 22 22 pp. 67 REYNOLDS, JUDY, 510 Princeton Ave. 22 222 pp 76 REYNOLDS, LARRY, 217 Marseilles 222 REYNOLDS, LE ROY, 217 Marseilles 222 RICE, LARRY, 1120 Murray Ridge Rd. -- pp . 67 22222 pp. 76 RHOADES, BOB, 371 Pasadena Ave. ....,, pp. 76, 119 RHODEHAMEL, KAREN, 740 Duffey St. 2.,... pp. 67 RICHARDS, RICHARD, 246 Bellfield ,,.. pp. 85, 114 RICHARDSON, CHESTER, 615 Bond St. .... pp. 67, 105 RIDER, C. EMMETT, 285 Hawthorne St. ..2. pp. 67, 94, 119, 123, 124 RIETH, BOB, 164 Emerson Ct. 2.........,. pp. 67, 119 RIETH, JOHN, 378 Longfellow St. .............. pp. 85 RIETH, LINDA, 164 Emerson, Ct. .... pp. 86, 112, 12!, 1 8 RIGG, CAMDEN, 334 Princeton 2 222 22 pp. 86 RILEY, ED, 1375 East Ave. -p- -- pp. 86 RISH, GARY, 261 Lexington .... .... p p 76 ROBBINS, KAY, 183 Spruce St. .... ....2.. p p 77 ROBERTS, DICK, 523 Bond St. ....f..... pp. 86, 141 ROBERTS, JOHN, 209 N. Olive St. .,........ pp. 67 ROBERTS, LINDA, 123 Kaiser Ct. ..e. pp. 62, 67, 89, 95, 1 I I ROBERTS, RAYMOND, 913 East Ave. ....,a.. pp. 86 RYAN, PATTI, 540 Princeton Ave. .2.. pp. 86, 94, 112, 113, 120 S SABO, ALLAN, A., 163 lrondale St. 2222 pp. 67, 102, 132, 134 SABO, TED, 334 Longfellow St. ...,,.., pp. 77, 135 SABOLICH, STEPHEN, 5723 Elyria Ave. ..2..2.. pp. 86 SADLER, DIAN, 116 Elma Drive .... pp. 67, 95, 96, 111 SALADAY, GAYLE, 109 Harvard Ave. 222 pp. 67 SALATA, JERRY, 0152 Bell Ave. ...... ' .'2'ff2'f pp, 67 SALISBURY, Junv, 333 N. Olive sf. ...... pp. 67, 1o9 SALLIS, CONNIE, 128 Rambler Rd. 2 -2 pp. 94, 111 SAMPLES, LARRY, 9 smnh ci. SAMS, melanie, 6420 West Ridge Rd. 2- .,... pp. 86 sANp, Ennis, 557 ohae sf. ......., -e,,, p p, as SAND, KAAREN, 557 Ohio St. ......, 22 pp. 77, 121 SANDERS, CAROL, 127 Marseilles Ave. 2.-ff pp. 86, 125 1 SANDROCK, LYNN, 1052 N. Pasadena Ave. SANDROCK, NEIL, 1052 N. Pasadena Ave. 27, 128 22222 pp. 67 2222 pp. 86 SAPP, MARIANNE, 839 Bond St. --.,,.,g--,- pp, 86 SAPP, SUSAN, 839 Bond St. 2,-..,,,2,..,-- - pp, 67 SARVER, ROBERT, 508 Furnace St. 22 222 pp, 86, 114 SAVAGE, DENNIS, 150 Stanford Ave. 22 22222 67, 106 SCARBROUGH, JUDY, 120 School St. 22 22222 pp, 77 SCHAFER, DELMER, 632 Denison Ave. 22 222 pp. 77 SCHAFER, JOYCE R., 632 Denison Ave. 2222222,- pp, 77 SCHAFFER, DON, 210 Franklin Ave., 2,.2-.,2--g - pp. 86 SCHILDT, ROBERT, 234 Marseilles Ave 77 . 22222222 pp. 2 pp. 77, 98, 111, 128 121, SCHMITTGEN, JANE, 236 Columbus St. 2222 pp. 86, 112, 113, Ave. 22.2 pp. 77, 111, 113, 121 86, 98, 128 SCHILLING, SUSAN, 330 12th St. 222 94, 1 17 SCHMITTGEN, LYNN, 633 Washington SCHMITTGEN, SANDY, 1013 Gulf Rd. 222. pp. 99, 108, 112, 113, 121, SCHNEIDER, JOHN, 124 Sugar Ridge Rd. .... I Opin. 5373 2 SCHNEIDER, MARG, 359 Beebe St. .... pp. 77, 111, 121 SCNEIDER, RICHARD, 522 Eastern Hgts. Blvd. ---.- pp. 77 CHNUR, DAWN, 137 Kenwood St. ........ 86, 112 SCHNUR, RONALD, 137 Kenwood St. .... pp. 67, 105 SCHOEN, DIANA, 662 Weller Rd. .--. pp. 77, 103, 121 SCHOLLE, DIANE, 202 Garford Ave. .... pp. 77, 95, 1 SCHRINER, DON, 311 Fairlawn Ave. ,,,... .- ...A .- pp. SCHROEDER, DALE, 185 Longfellow St. .... pp. 67, SCHROEDER, JUDITH, 117 Marseilles Ave. ..M.. -. pp. 11, 121 86 115 67 SKEELS, TOM, 110 Bond St. ..... SKELLY, DALE, 235 Hayes Ave. -- SLACK, JUDY, Murray Ridge Rd. -- SLACK, RICK, 1814 Lake Ave. - pp. 68, 105 ----- pp. 68 ---- pp. 86 --- ...... - pp. 86 SLOGIC, DONNA, 2244 Lake Ave. ............ pp 86 SLOSIER, SANDY, 522 Foster Ave. --- SMALLWOOD, FAITH, 1308 Linwood St. SMALLWOOD, HERBERT, 1308 Linwood SMITH, CAROL, 870 Beetz Ct. ...... SMITH, CLAUDIA, 41 Riverside Homes SCHUSTER, JANE, 252 Griswold Rd. ,,,.....o. pp sci-1uLTz, DENNIS, 297 Overbrook Drive sci-1uLTz, NEAL, 156 Lakeview pr. .... OTT, BOBBIE SUE, 404 Bell Ave. .... SCOTT, 103,111,119 -,---- pp. 67 pp. 23, 67, 94, 99 CLARK, 161 Clark St. ...... ....---- P P. SMITH I DAVE, 240 Schaddon Rd. -- SMITH, DONNA, 208 Beebe Ave. ........ . 86, 89, 98, 112, 113 ---- pp. 86, 120 St. .... pp. 135 ---- pp. ap, 125 pp. 86, 112, 125, 128 --- pp. 86 --.. pp. 77 pp. 77 SMITH, GLORIA, 643 Case Ave. SMITH, JERRY, 522 East Broad St. ............ pp. 77 SMITH JOE, 151 Pasadena Ave. ............ SMITH, JOHN P., 822 West Broad St. ---- pp. 77, 119 SCOTT, JERRY, 161 Clark St. --- . 77 pp. 77, 95, 121 67 67 -e-,- pp. iiscorr, DON, 110 Marseilles Ave. -- ....... pp. ' SCOTT scorrf MARIEEE, 161 Clark sf. -- --- pp. 88, 77 JOYCE 670 Weller Rd. .... -A----- P P- 67 SCOTT, WALTER, 404 Bell Ave. d..... SEABOLD, CAROL, 127 Lakeview Dr. .... SEALS, KATHY, 21 1 Cleveland St. SEARS, PAT, R.D. 2 N. Murray Ridge Rd SEARS, SHARON, 320 E. River St. --- ------ pp. pp. 67, 95, 99, 111, 130 . L- --- pp. SEARS, -rom, 320 E. River sf. ......... -- pp. SEITTER, HELEN, 579 Willow Park Rd.- 86 -- pp. 77 86 77 --- 2- pp. if SEROYI, CATHERINE, 431 w. 15th sf. ..... W, pp. sEYMo1zE, JOHN, 105 Cleveland sf. .- ........... pp. SHACKETT, EnRoLYN MAY, 218 Hayes Ave. .... pp. SHACKETT, SHARON, 218 1-levee Ave. 14 3351-1ANK, sos, 214W 5111 sf. ............ PP- SHANKS, MARGARET, 1736 Wilbur Ave. ...... pp. SHANNON, SUE, 110 Williams St. ......2,,. PP- 86 68 68 --22--2-. pp. 77 77 86 68 86 SHARP, LEONARD, 130816 Linwood St. .....-2 -. pp. SHAW, CAROLYN, 352 Vulcan St. ...... pp. 86, 120 SHAW, JOHN, 123 St. Clair St. ...eY2.. pp. 86, 108 SHAW, LULA BELLE, 352 Vulcan St. ...2.. pp. 68, 119 SH-EEN, LINDA L., 143 Clark St. --- ,,,,. pp. 68 -3SHEEN, SALLY, 143 Clark St. --- ---- pp. 77 SHEETS, ROY, 107 Williams St. -- ee.. pp. 68 SHEPARD, BILL, 305 Bon Air Ave. . K- ,,,,.e .- pp. 77 SHEPHERD, EDDIE, 1391 East Ave. ,,.... pp. 68, 103 SHEPHERD, HELEN, 139 Huron sf. .... pp. 32, ps, 97, 111 11 130 98, 103, 109, , 8, SHEWELL, ,TOM, 312 Concord Ave. .e..2e.e... .- pp. 77 SHILLING, JOAN, 418 Washington Ave. .2.. pp. 62, 68, 95, 98, 99,111,112,118,130,131 SHIELDS, EDDIE, 117 Water St. ...2......... -. pp. 77 - SHINGLETON, PENNY, 524 West River St. ..,,- .- pp. 68 SHOEMAKER, JOAN, 316 Park Ave. ..2. pp. 68, 95, 101, 109, 111, 113, 119 SHORES, JOYCE, 17 Chestnut St. ...2 pp. 86, 96, 128 SHORES, LOYCE, 17 Chestnut St. ....e..- pp. 86, 120 p SHORT, PRISCILLA, 302 Bath sf. .... pp. pa, 92, 96, -13 109, 111, 118 SHREVE, LESTER, 515 Woodland Ave. ......... .- pp. 77 SHREVE, MARGARET ANN, 515 Woodland Ave. -.gg- , 1 SHREVE, MELVA, 271 Concord St. 2,,22222,.,. . pp. 86 SHREVE, RICHARD, 271 Concord Ave. ......2. pp. 68 SHREVES, GUY, 1600 West Ave. -------. pp. 86, 135 SHRUBSOLE, LARRY, 1281 East Ave. ,2,,,, pp. 68, 115 SHUPP, JOEL, 114 Laura Ct. ..,. pp. 77, 92, 96, 135 SIEGMUND, TOM. 458 Cambridge Ave. - ..., pp. 86 SIEKER, DAVE, 573 Willow Park Rd. W... pp. 86, 125 SIEVERT, WAYNE, 347 Roosevelt Ave. ,- ..,.. .- pp. 86 SIFFERT, KATHLEEN, 259 Abbe Rd. ,A, ,KKA pp. 77 s1EFEn1', PAT, 259 Abbe Rd. ...... .. .... . pp. 68 SIMMONS, DAVE, 880 Oak St. ..2. --... p p. 68 SIMMONS, RICHARD, 880 Oak St. -.. 22 pp. 86, 121 SIMMONS, SANDRA, 228 Adelperf sf. --.. .....e .- pp es SIMON, BILL, 609 Gulf Rd, ....Y,.,. ,,,,, . . pp 86 SIMON, RONALD, 172 Erie sf. ....... ....... . - pp 77 SIPOS, DAVE, 725 Woodland Ave. -,- --- pp. 30, 68 SITO, KENNETH, 1760 West Ave. -- ...... pp. 86 -0 SMITH, JOHN W., 548 Vulcan St. ..........,. pp. 77 SMITH, KATHY, 409 West Ave. .... pp. 77, 98, 111, 121, 128 SMITH, KEN, 679 Weller Rd. --- ...,.... pp. 77 SMITH, PETE, 655 Bell Ave. ..... --- pp. 77, 94 SMITH, ROGER, 121 Quincy St, ..... ...,,.. p p, 86 SMITH, RON, 203 Lake Ave. ...... pp. 86, 135 SMITH, ROY, 679 Weller Rd. ................ pp, 77 SMITH, SANDRA, 339 Cambridge Ave. -- --- 86, 120 SMITH, SANDRA, 339 Cambridge Ave. EMITH, SARA E., 319 Princeton Ave. .... pp. 68, 92, 96, 123, 124 SMITH, SHARON, 106 Louisana Ave. .......... pp. 77 SMITH, VINCENT, 520 West 16th St. .... pp. 86 SMITH, VIRGINIA, 548 Vulcan St. --- ...... pp. 86 SNOBLE, JOHN, 1145 Belll Ave. ........ pp. 68, 102 SNYDER, LE ANNA, 4 Forest St. ........ pp. 86, 92 SOOY, CHARLES, 2629 West River Rd. ........ pp. 77 SOOY, RONALD, 2629 West River Rd. .... pp. 30, 68, 104 SOUSLIN, LEORA, 209 Beechwood Drive ...... pp. 86 SPANOS, TOM, 230 Furnace St. .... .. .,..,.. pp. 69, 105 SPARKS, CAROL, 143 Oak St. .............. pp, 77 SPARKS, JEANNINE A., 845 Walnut St. .... pp. 68, 95, 96, 97, 98, 119 SPARR, PAT, 234 Prospect St. ............ pp. 77, 121 SPAULDING, KAY, 133 Clinton Ave. ........ pp. 68 SPAULDING, NEIL, 622 Foster Ave. -..... .... p p. 68 SPAULDING, PAT, 213 Cascade Ave. SPEIDEL, BILL, 1013 North Pasadena Ave. ...... pp. 77 SPEIGLE, KAREN, 126 Stanford Ave. .... pp. 77, 94, 117 SPEROFF, DIANE, 2073 Elmwood St. ---- pp. 77, 111 SPIEKER, DENNIS, 109 Elizabeth St. .......... pp. 87 SPRAGUE, RUSSELL, 417 N. Murray Ridge Rd. SPRANKLE RON, 351 West River St. ...... pp. 87, 114 SPRESTER, BARBARA, 505 North Abbe Rd. ...... pp. 68 SQUIRES, CARY, 2509 Fackler Ave, ............ pp, 77 STAMMITTI, SHARON, 345 Ohio St. .-.. pp. 87, 112 STANDEN, DALE, 217 Glenwood St. ........ pp. 77, 101 STARK, LARRY, 137 Emerson Ct. .... pp. 68, 102, 119, 3 141 13, STARKEY, LINDA, 1102 Riverside Drive - ---- --- PP. 87 STARR, BARBARA, 216 Denison Ave. .... pp. 77, 12, 111, 8 1 12 STASKIEWS, BRUCE, 501 Park Ave. ...... pp. 87, 135 STASKIEWS, JEFF, 501 Park Ave. ....-. pp. 68, 134 STEADMAN, TERRY, 265 Harrison Ave. ...... .... pp, 87 STEGMAN, MIKE, 152 Cornell Ave. ...... pp. 68, 104 STELLER, JONI, 234 Cornell Ave. .... pp. 68, 93, 94, 1 00, 119 STEPHAN, MARIAN, 134 Hamilton St. .... pp. 62, 68, 93, 96, 111, 118, 130 STEVENS, SANDRA, 129 Harvard Ave. ....--.. pp. 68 STII-ES, ELEANOR, 617 State St. .....,...... pp. 77 sTrrH, JUDY, 341 cplumpae Ave. .... pp. 77, 111, 121, STON E, GARY, 427 11th sf, .... ........ p p, 128 68 123 s1'oNE, GAYLE, 2632 West River Rd. .... pp. 68, 95, STONE, JUDY, 427 West 11111 sr. ........ pp. 87, sToNE, MYRTLE, 114 1-1eze1 sf. .,........... pp, 87 STOYKE, SUE, 205 Hamilton Ave. .... pp. 68, 94, 100, 109 111 130 I I 120 ST. PETER, DON, 115 Caroline St. .... pp. 123, 124 STRAIT, LINDA, 246 Courtland St. ..-...-..... pp. 77 sTRAuss, Bos, 410 6th st. - ..--- ---- 0 p. 77, 98, H9 STRICKLER, GILBERT, 1120 Riverside Drive .... pp. 87, 114 STRICKL ER, JEAN, Murray Ridge Rd. ---- - ---- pp. 77 STRICKLER, MARIAN, Murray Ridge Rd. ..e..... pp. 68 STRICKLER, SALLY R., Murray Ridge Rd. ,,,, pp. 87, 94 1 12 STROHSACK, JIM, 372 E. Griswold Rd. .... pp STRUCK, TED, 1316 Gulf Rd. ...W pp. 77, 101, STUMP, SUCHOD SUDRO, LANA, 500 West 3rd St. 2.d,.... pp. OLSKI, KAY, 925 N. Abbe Rd. TOM, 208 George St. ..........,.Y. pp. SUHR, BOB, 1015 Park Ave. ........ pp. 68, SUMPTER, NORMA, 320 13th St. ..........d SURPRENANT, WALTER, 753 lnfirmary Rd. . 87, 125 106, 124 68, 118 68 95, 124 - pp. 87 SUTORIUS, GARY, 297 Longford Ave. ......,. pp. 77 SWAIN, POLLY, 276 Harrison St. ee.. pp. 87, 98, 112 SWAIN, WES, 276 Harrison St. ..d. pp. 77, 106, 135 SWAN, MIKE, 705 Bond St. ....,,,......... pp. 68 SWAN, NANCY, 705 Bond St. ...,.. pp. 77, 92, 121 SWEET, MARYLEE, 218 East 14th St. T... pp. 68, 116, 1 17, 1 18 SZABO, KATHIE, 126 Spruce St. ..A, ..... - - pp. 68 SZABO, PEGGY, 1041 Foster Ave. -- -. ...,... pp. 68 SZAKAL, JOE, 2019 Rosewood Ave. .... pp. 31 , 68, 104 SZANISZLO, ANDY, 530 Berkshire Drive ..... - SZANYI, CHARMAINE, 603 Lodi St. fe.. pp. 77, T pp. 68 96, 101, 108 pp. 77 TAKACS, BOB, 136 Clinton Ave. ......, ..... TAKACS, RICHARD, 607 West 15th St. .... pp. 87, 135 TALARSKY, HELEN, 512 Debby Lane ........ pp. 77 TALARSKY, JUDY, 160 Dilworth ,,.......... pp. 68 TAMM, MARTY, 1031 Gulf Rd. .... pp. 87, 108, 112, 113, 125, 128 TANDOO, NICKY, 224 East 15th St. .......... pp. 68 TARRY, JUDY, 169 Seneca St. ...... .,.,,,- p p. 87 TARRY, LINDA, 169 Seneca St. .... --- pp. 87 TATUM, SHIRLEY, 631 West St. .... --- pp. 77 TAYLOR, DALE, 238 Gates Ave. ........,.e... pp. 77 TAYLOR, GLORIA, 51 Riverside Homes .... pp. 87, 95, 112, 120, 128 TAYLOR, JACQUELYN, 1824 Middle Ave. ...... pp. 87 TAYLOR, JAMES, 1841 Lake Ave. w.........-- pp. 77 TAYLOR, JEAN, 124 Lincoln St. .... pp. 68, 98, 111, 119, 130 TAYLOR, MELVIN, 51 Riverside Homes ...- pp. 68, 102, 133, 134, 141 TAYLOR, SANDY ANN, 336 Harvard Ave. .... pp. 87, 94, 112, 121 TERNES, TIM, 1015 Sugar Ridge Rd. .L,..... pp. 78 TERRY, EILEEN, 716 West 15th St. ,,..,L pp. 87, 121 THOMAS, JOHN, 6 Frank cf. .,L,........,. pp. 78 THOMAS, MAc ARTHUR, 725 West 18th sf. LL.. pp THOMAS, sI-IERRILI. KAY, 1802 Middle Ave. LL., pp. 78 THOMPSON, THOMPSON, DONNA, 127 Caroline St. .... pp. THOMPSON, THOMPSON, EDDIE, 1811 Helen St. THOMPSON, JOE, 545 Wesley sr. ........ pp. BARBARA, 242 Wooster St. .... JIM, 629 Reublin Ct. ,,L.....,, pp. .78 pp. 78, 123, 124 87, 121 87 78, 114 THOMPSON, KAREN, 308 Lepieepe Ave. .... pp. 78, 111 THOMSON, BILL, 218 Aeeueert sf. .e... .,... p p. 87 THOMSON, DAVE, 218 Aeeipen si. ...... pp. 78, 135 TI-IRAsI-1, PEARLINE, 140 West sf. ........,,.. pp, 87 TI-IRAsI-IER, RACHEL, 102W Cleveland sf. ...... pp. 87 TI-IURMAN, BARBARA, 825 1.e1ee Ave, ..,. pp. 78, 119 TILBERG, DEAN, 212 Samuel sf, .,,.p,-,p,., pp, gy TILBERG, NoRM, 212 Samuel sf. ........ pp. 78, 135 TII.I.MAN, VIRGINIA, 618 Middle Ave. .... pp. 87, 120, 128 TITE, NoRMAN, 433 Cleveland sf. .......... pp. 78 TOBICASH, CAROLE, 1500 West Griswold Rd. ..L. pp. 78 TOWELL, PATTI, 215 Brandtson Ave. ..L. pp. 78, 98, 111, 121, 128 TowNER, M11.1.Y, 1020 Reeves Rd. ..,. pp. 87, 113, 125 TOWNSEND, JIM, 122 BOTI1 si. .......e.. pp. 87, 103 TowNsEND, ARcH1E, 138 vveef sf, e,,,,.,,-.- pp, 78 TOWNSEND ROY 455 West River , , St. ........ pp. 87 TRAGO, WILLIAM, 6295 Lodi St. .------ PP. 87 120 TRAVER, DENIS, 429 Park Ave. .L.. pp. 87--114 TRIPLETT, BILL, 1711 West Ave. ......... Q-- pp. 78 TRUE, DAVID, 571 West are sf. .......,.... pp, 78 TRUSKOWSKI, GEORGE, 161 Erie St. ...... pp..87, 121 TUREK, ARTHUR, 350 Ohio St. .....,........ pp, 78 TURNER, FAYE, 183 Roosevelt Ave. ,... pp. 68, 94, 111, 1 18 TURNER, HARRY, 1000 Lorain Blvd. ........ pp. 87 TURNER, PATTY, 327 4th St. .... pp. 78, 99, 111, 121, 129 U UEHLEIN, ROGER, 110 Brooklyn St. ............ pp. 68 ULMER, GLORIA, 314 Clinton Ave. .... 87, 97, 112, 120 UNDERWQOD, JUSTEN, 1040 West River St. .... pp. 27, 79, 94, 108, uN1cI.EssAY, LARRY, 2066 1.6146 Ave. ........ 114, 119 pp. 87 UPDIKE, CAROL LYNN, 456 Adams St. ...L pp. 87, 121 V VANCE, JIM, 311 E. Broad St. ........ - VANCE, TOM, 311 E. Broad St. ........ ----- pp. 87 pp. 78 VANDEMARK, PAM, 917 Garford Ave. ...... pp. 68, 93 94, 98, VANEK BOB 145 Stanford Ave. ..,..... 111,119,131 pp. 78, 106 VAN HlORN,,MARY, 252 1-ierwppd sf. --ff pp. 78, 96, 121 VAN OSTER, WAYNE, 230 Marseilles Ave. .... pp. 87, 100 VANOVER, LINDA, 167 N. Logan St. .......... pp. 78 VAN VALKENBURG, MARILYN, 410 Lorain Blvd. -- pp. 78, 103, 111 VARGA, JOE, 525 Clark St. ..,. - ---- PP- 63, 134 VARGA, PETE, 525 Clark St. ....--- ----- P P. 78 VARGA, RANDY, 346 Oxford Ave. .... --- pp. 78 VARGHA, AGNES, 354 West River St. --- --- pp. 87 VARGO, DANNY, 557 lrondale St. .,.... Y-- pp. 68 VARNDELL, RICHARD, 569 Spruce St. L-- ..... pp. 78 VASH, BARBARA JEAN, 1769 Wilbur Ave. 2-.- 6985 VAVZINCAK, FELICIA, 355-11th St. LLLL.. LLLL p pl 78 VEARD, LORETTA, 122 Mound St. ., ..L. VERES, MARJORIE, 355 Griswold Rd. LLL... pp. ,---- pp. 68 68, 97 VIETZEN, KAREN, 3438 West Ridge Rd. LLLLL... VINCENT, ROBERT, 1355 East Ave. .... VINCENT, ROSELLA, 114 Kipling St. 2, 22, VOLK, ROLLY, 256 Spruce St. ,,-e,,,,-, pp. 78 pp. 78, 123, 124 pp. 78, 97 - pp. 78, 135 VORHIS, FRED, 1034 N. Pasadena Ave. L... pp. 87, 101 W WAGNER, BOB, 268 West River St. ............ pp. 68 WAGNER, DAVID, 318 Hawthorne St. ...... pp. 68, 105 WAGNER, LINDA, 236 Cambridge Ave. ,.-- pp. 78, 119 WALEND, DAN, 1238 N. Washington Blvd. ..... pp. 78 WALKER, DIANE, 673 Bell Ave. ...... pp. 87, 112, 121 WALKER, DICK, 122 Elizabeth St. ..L.......... pp. 78 WALKER, GEORGIA, 164 Brandtson Ave. ........ pp. 68 WALKER, SIDNEY, 1828 West Ave. ....... pp. 78, 135 WALKER, WILLARD, 673 Bell Ave. L....L,..... pp. 78 WALLACE, MILDRED, 187 Bath St. .....-...... pp. 68 WALLHEAD, BARBARA, 1325 West River St. .... pp. 87 WALLS, JACK, 122 Elbe St. ....L...... WALLS, THOMAS, 532 Case Ave. ....,L,...... pp WALTERS, STEPHEN, 730 Washington Ave. WAMSLEY, JAMES, 382 Griswold Rd. ..... WARD, LINDA 331 Winckles St. .............. WARDEN, DOROTHY, 353 Bon Air Ave. WARNER, DANIEL, 1212Vg West Ave. -- WASH, DENNIS, 1826 West River St. --- WASH, JOHNNY, 1826 West River St. -- WASHINGTON, BEN, 524 North St. ,..e2.. ----LL pp. 87 . 88 ---- pp. 78, 98, 102 2--- pp. 69 pp. 87 pp. 78, 97 ----- pp. 87 ---- pp. 69 pp. 87 pp. 78, 125 WASHKA, MOLLY, 1119 East River St. .... pp. 87, 108, 3, 121, 128 1 12, 1 1 WASSERMANN, GAIL, 103 Denison Ave. .... pp. 78, 94, WASUK, DOROTHY, 1606 West Ave. -- 100,111 -- pp. 87, 120 WATSON, MARGARET, 618 Wendy Lane .... pp. 18276 WATTERS, WILLIE, 173 Fairlawn Ave. --- .... pp. 87 WEBB, RACHEL, 229 Bath St. ......... Y.... . - pp. 88 WEHMAN, ALAN, 321 Denison Ave. -- pp. 69, 112 WEINSTEIN, sl-l1Rl.E1, 401 Bond 51. .'.'.'.'-pp. 78, 111, 121 WEISMAN, MATT, 394 N. Olive St. ......... -- WEISS, SANDRA, 164 Woodbury St. ..A. 99, 1 1 1, 1 13, 1 19 WELCH, DICK, 939 West River St. ......,.... .- pp. 69 WELCH, JUDY, 115 E. 4th St. ...... pp 78 111 pp. 78 pp. 69, 92, 98, WELCH, TOM, 115 E. 4111 51. ....... 'fi ppl 69, 105 WELKER, JAN1cE, 129 Mepfee s1. ....... - pp. 87, 120 WELLMAN, BEVERLY, 320 Cornell Ave. 2... pp. 78, 121 WELLS, GARY, 346-6th St. .,........,,2p.,,. pp. 78 WELLS, KENNETH, 126 Longfellow St. ...,..Y. .- pp. 69 WENCE, DIANE, 314 Rockfern Ave. ..2,... pp. 78, 123 WERNER, ERNIE, 6420 West Ridge Rd. ....... ..- pp. 87 WESTCOTT, COLLEEN, 1500 West River Rd. ,... pp. 635 WESTLAKE, LINDA, 251 Winckles St. ..... pp. 87, 120 WHITACRE, GARY, 300 Bond St. .... ..,.. . - pp. 78 WHITE, BETTY, 981 Foster Ave. --- --- pp.. 69, 119 WHITE, EDDIE, 300 Bell Ave. .... .... - .- pp. 78 WHITE, JUDY, 806 East Ave. .... --- pp. 87, 120 WHITE, RAY, 971 Foster Ave. ...., ...... p p. 69 WHITE, SANDRA, 56 Hilltop Drive --- ----- pp. 87 WHITFIELD, EMMA, 444 Clinton Ave. 87 WHITMAN, LARRY, 315 Pasadena Ave. 2- --.- pp. 78 87 78 -- -.- pp. WHITMAN, PAT, 407 East River St. ....- --.- pp. WHITMAN, PAUL, 315 Pasadena Ave., ..... --.- pp. WHITMORE, DENTON, 292 Hawthorne St. 2.,. -.- pp. 78 WHITNEY, JERRY, 332 Oxford Ave. .......... pp. 104 WHITTEMORE, GEORGE, 212 Dellefield Ave. ---.- pp. 69 WILSON, LOIS, 170 Bell Ave. ........ - WILSON, RAYMOND, 641 Hilliard Rd. -- WINTERS, KAY, 900 Cleveland St. ..... ---- pp. 88 ---- pp. 88 ---- pp. 78 wlRcENslcE, JOE, 337 Winckles s1. .... fff pp. 88, 135 WIRTH, MARGARET, 267 Winckles St. ......... pp. 78 WIRTH, PAT, 267 Winckles St. .... pp. 69, 92, 111, 130 WIRTH, VIVIAN, 498 Schadden Rd. ........... pp. 78 WITHERSPOON, SHARON, 329-5th St. ..... pp. 88, 120 WOLFE, BILL, 200 Parmely Ave. ....... ...... p p. 88 WOLFE, JEAN, 200 Parmely Ave. ............. pp. 79 WOLFE, JOE, 1924 Elmwood Ave. ............. pp. 88 WOLFF, DONNA, 252 Roosevelt Ave. --- -- pp. 88 WOOD, RON, 122 Quincy St. ......... .... p p. 79 WOODCOCK, GEORGE, 445 Bell Ave. ..... .... p p. 88 WOODINGS, JONATHAN, West Ridge Rd. ....... pp. 79 WOODS, ETHELIA, 238 Caldwell St. 2-.- ,....... pp. 79 WOODS, WENDELL, 238 Caldwell St. --- ------- pp. 69 WOOLFORK, MELVIN, 146 Morgan Ave. .... pp. 88, 125 WORCESTER, LINDA, 128 Courtland St. .a.. pp. 79, 97, 1 1 1, 121 WRANSKY, BOB, 341 Rockfern Ave. ,.2..... pp. 79, 92 WRANSKY, JEANETTE, 341 Rockfern Ave. ...... WYCKOFF, CAROLYN, 273 Hawthorne St. WYCOSKY, RONNIE, 166 Pasadena Ave. WYNN, JOHN, 421 Marseilles Ave. ....,. WYNN, KAHREN, 421 Marseilles Ave. -- DP- 79 79 ---- pp. , 95 79 PP- pp. 69 pp. 88, 120 wYsoclcl, JOHN, 603 E651 Broad 51. --.fi ..-. pp, aa WYSOCKI, ROBERT, 603 E651 Broad s1. ......... pp. 69 WYSZYNSKI, JUDY, 306 West River St. .... pp. 69, 92, 93, 96, 111 Y YEAGER, SHARON, 219 Clark 51. --- ------ pp. 69, 119 YEARLY, DENNIS, 336-9th St. ....... pp.,69, 123, 124 w1EcH, CAROL, 145 GOl'Vll'1 Ave. .... pp. 69, 123, 124 IEQQYMQEDf593g1oEj:fgf1e'l,QVe- --------- P B--63"-,gg wlEsEKE, TED, 313 Cornell Ave. ..... pp. 78, 123, 124 Yes., 'JACKIE 448 oxford Ave- --------- ' ' 88 w"'c9x' CARRY' 519 Bwkshlfe Ave' YOURKERTCH' BETTY ANN 20131191-5?----Mm pp' WILCOX, GAIL, 542 Berkshire Rd. ......... pp. 78, 92 YOUNG RICHXRD 1212 Chzrle Ct ' 79 WILEY, JEANNE, 134 NOl'I'hfUp s1. .... pp. 78, 92, 94, YOUNG' ROBERT 549 Beech sts ' ---------- gg' 69 117 ' ' . - -------------- - WILKENS, RITA, 240-5111 s1. ............ pp. 87, 120 YOUNG' TOM' '90 JOY D""e ----------- - PP' 69' '05 V YOUNG, WANDRA, 744 West 17111 51. ,..... pp. 79, 95 w""" KAREN' 695 Be" Ave- ---------------- PP' 69 YouNK1N WALT 254 1-161111611 s1 69 102 wll.l.E'rs, KEN, 119 c6111e11 Ave. ..... pp. 78, 106, 135 ' ' ' "-- PP' 135 ,33 Ave. .... 119 ' ' ' "-'-- - ' WILLIAMS, DAVID, 327 Warden Ave. .... -.-- pp. 87 WILLIAMS, BlANNA, 146 School s1. .... --..- pp. 87 2 WILLIAMS- HENRY- ii7 Wavafiv Sf- --- ---- --- Pa- 88 zAcK, DAN, 123 Charles C1. ...... - ......... pp. 88 WILLIAMS, LARRY, 311 Bel1116111 Ave. ..... pp. 87, 125 zAcK, DAVE, 123 Charles C1. .......... ' ...... p p. 88 WILLIAMS, NANCY,'417 Lai-iisiana Ava- ---5 lap- 69, 92i ZAFFER, TOM, 338 East Bridge Sr. ...,.... pp. 79, 102 6, iii, ii zAK, EDWIN, 227-4111 s1. .......... pp. 79, 102, 135 WILLIAMS, RUTH, 341 Bon Air Ave. .-...- pp- 88, i20 ZAK, JoANNE, 227-4111 51. ........ pp. 88, 95, 98, 121 WILLIAMS, TOM, 417 Louisiana Ave. ---..... .-- pp. 88 zALE'rEl., PAT, 251 N, Abbe Rd, ,,,,.,,,..,,. pp, aa WILLIAMS, SANDY, 231 Howe 51. --- .... -.- pp. 78 WILLIAMS, VIOLA, 717 w. 16111 s1. ......... .-- pp. 78 ZALETEL, RAl.Pl-1, 251 N. 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