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'Q-5 ' N sf- Y 5 3- ' m 5 X TABLE OF CONTENTS STUDENT LIFE ,,E, .. ,,EE.,,E,.v, -.-D 6 SENIORS ,EEE ,S WW, ,dm I6 UNDERCLASSMEN VD, ss-- 44 ADMINISTRATION 7, , 74 ACTIVITIES V ,sssss me . 92 ADVERTISEMENTS as , , 156 INDEXES aw ,D I M178 To acquire knowledge, to render service, to give guidance, to further interests, to make friends, to have fun- these are a- mong the goals around which the many fac- ets of life at Elyria School revolve. In pre- senting the story of the T959-1960 school year, the ELYRIAN staff has tried to show how the fulfillment of these goals is re- flected in the activities of fhe students and the faculty. To You We Dedicate This Book, Miss Baker. Nina Baker In dedicating the 1960 Elyrian to Miss Baker, teach- er at E.H.S. from 1928 to 1959, we not only pay tribute to a distinguished career but to the spirit that has motiva- ted her work. The spirit may be called "the pursuit of ex- cellence." And truly a pursuit it has been, for excellence has no limits, like Tennyson's ideal goal: ". . . all but in Heaven Hovers The Gleamf' It was a light Miss Baker glimpsed early and has followed with unflagging purpose. A single line in a play was often rehearsed again and again, the drawing of a curtain in a climactic scene was practiced carefully, a just- right prop might be searched for all over town. But the finished product demonstrated the value of such attention to minute details. The many students who worked with her in the fifty- four plays she directed at E.H.S. and hundreds in her classes found the spirit contagious, and when they ex- perienced the pleasure of work well done, they felt the price was not too high to pay. Many students speak of the life-long interest in dra- matics her enthusiasm kindled and the respect for in- tegrity her attitudes inspired. Thus in dedicating this Elyrian to Miss Baker, we salute the pursuit of excellence with Tennyson's words: "After it. follow it, Follow the Gleam." We Pay Tribute to Miss Coffland. Ida Coffland November 2, 7896 - August 28, T959 During her many years as a teacher of home economics at Elyria High School, Miss Coffland constantly strived for improvement - improvement in herself, in her work, and in her relations with students. She was dedicated to her profession and enjoyed it because she liked people. Working in close contact with her students, with her friends in church, and with teachers or parents, was always a ioy to her. Miss Coffland's examples of serving others was an inspiration to all who knew of them. She had a way of finding beauty in everyday things - working in her garden and sharing the fruits of it. Her kind understanding of the joys and sorrows of her friends and of her students was a part of her life. Her sense of humor was delightful, her patience and loyalty were ever constant. To those who knew her, she was a true friend. As a fitting tribute to Miss Coffland, a home economics department library has been established in her memory by her colleagues, students, and friends. Katherine Dawson Assemblies Supplement High School Education. The colorful western theme of the Lorain assembly highlighted the football pep programs. Neal Schultz narrated as a Hollywood director while Chuck Redington had a few choice remarks of his own. THE ELYRIA HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER All Hail to thee, Elyria High In tribute halt we now. In reverence that's deep and true Our loyal heads we bow. For time can never more destroy The light of mem'ry burning bright. In days to come all 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 As the last stanzas of our Alma Mater float through the gym, another assembly is coming to a close. Assemblies have two main purposes. Some contribute toward educational developmentg others promote school spirit. Everyone anxiously awaits the first football pep assembly. Expectancy fills the air as E.H.S.'ers wait for the announcement of the queen and her court. "Lorain . . . beat em" roars from the student body at the annual Lorain assembly. Because of our superior athletic records, the sports awards assemblies have become of maior importance. Heavenly aromas fill the auditorium as representatives from the Gasco Food Institute demonstrate cooking and modern home appli- ances. Interesting speakers give lectures on various topics during the year. The Thanks- giving, Christmas, and Easter programs start off the holidays on a cheery note. Of course, everyone, especially the seniors, looks for- ward to the Senior Chapel, Distinction Day, and National Honor Society assemblies. These represent some of the varied programs pre- sented to E.H.S.'ers throughout the year. Reverend Henderson delivers an inspirational ad- dress to E.H.S.'ers at the Thanksgiving assembly sponsored by Senior Hi-Y. . ,.s.s,f.A . . M . we Because wrestling made its debut at E.H.S. this year, this was an excellent excuse to invite students from Kent State University to demonstrate wrestling techniques. 1 The strong underlying beat of Howard Haskins' drum added depth to the music of the orchestra at the Christmas assembly. The A Cap- pella Choir also appeared in this ioint presentation. After listening attentively to a spirited band number in an upper class assembly, the audience broke out in applause. 'gk A . u IU!! llllll X 1 1 xi Snowstorms Give Way to Balmy Spring Days. ,uf ka g QS Q Q To change or not to change-that is the question! Melanie Dickie consults a friend to see whether she will wear wool or cotton on one of those inbetween days. What does everyone talk about, but never does anything about? That's easy - the weather. Unlike many other places in the world, E.H.S. began its year in autumn. No one knew what to wear on those inbetween days of ln- dian summer. Wool clothes came out of cold storage as fans rushed to the football games. As the first snows covered the ground, leaves faded into drabness. By January winter sports, such as skiing, sledding, and ice skat- ing, got into full swing. Studying was easy as we warmed our toes by the fireplace. The cold, drizzling rains of March were most un- welcome. Suddenly students walking to school clashed against emerald grass and a bright, blue sky. Spring fever was catching, as our grades showed. As the mercury raced upwards, bathing suits and tennis rackets were brought out of winter hiding places. Everyone hit the sundecks while cramming for finals. Then our school year came to a close. Susie Loose fears for the worst while Denise Papp iust hangs on as Connie McKay pushes their sled from o hilltop. i Two drowning E.H.S.'ers, Betsy Norris and Nancy Schmittgen, spot the ride for which they have anx- iously waited. Learning by Doing ls Our Code at E.H.S. K David Garrett, Berg Foundation student, analyzes a chemical by the extent of its spread on chromatography paper in a sol- ution. The Berg Science seminar is an ad- vanced science course which helps one prepare for college. The members, with a minimum of one from each high school in this area, quality by scoring high on a special test. I f li The E.H.S. library is patronized by students for reference work and JO'-'ln Shilling and -l0l"Y1 DUWGS fEC6iVe S25 saving bonds from enioyment. Here Melvin Taylor takes advantage of its facilities dur- JONES H0551 exalted l'Ul9l' Elks L0d9e 465, US Titel' H757 ing a study hall. place awards in the Youth Leadership contest. Sponsored na- tionwide, the contest will be conducted on the district, state, and national levels. 1'I Student Exchange ls Another First at E.H.S. Marty Braun and Elsie ten Hoff relax in the warm atsmosphere of the Brauns' home after a hard day at school. Elsie ten Hoff leaves the Braun home to try out her Dutch skates on American ice. Wouldn't we all love to live in another land for a year! Jane Gottfried of Elyria and Elsie ten Hoff of Haren, Holland, have this chance. This first exchange Elyria has taken part in is sponsored by the World Council of Churches. "I feel very fortunate to have been chosen an ex- change student," said Jane Gottfried in one of her letters. "The ten Hoff family could not be more helpful and lov- ing. I find everything about school very interesting. My biggest class has twenty students and my smallest six. There are no sports events by schools, but by the sports clubs." "Such a big school!" Elsie exclaimed about E.H.S. She feels we have more homework here than they had in Holland. Elsie graduated last summer after taking an exam which covered her courses for the last five years. During the summer she traveled through Belgium and Germany, spending two days at the WorId's Fair in Brussels. ln July she will meet other students in this pro- gram in New York City and Washington, D.C. before sailing for home. Jane Gottfried hesitates at the entrance of her school in Holland before bicycling for home. Varied Activities Keep E.H.S.'ers on the Go. 9 FQ V4 H-...M Sarah Heinzerling and Barb Horwitz begin the weekly job of Wqifh the birdie' The BUY' Ph0799"UPhe' 9975 9 big sorting tax stamps in their home room for the Elyrian and Herald. Smile from Ur' E-H-5- Student on mi"ia'u'e Piffl-'fe d0Y- ' ii- 'Wil N. P I Before . , , and qfter. Five minufes can gem-,inly make a big Like many students, Andy Szcmiszlo begins his business career in difference especially when E,H,S,'e,-5 change Classes- high school. Here he shows merchandise to customer, Don Scott. 13 Faces Reflect the Moods of E. H. Sfers. 2 Moods accent the faces of E.H.Sfs in almost every activity. Students are more than robots who perform every- day functionsg they are individuals each with different feelings. Frequent- ly before a big test, the strain of studying late the night before shows. The exuberance of the cheerleaders and the animated faces of Elyria fans tell the whole story . . . a vic- tory. That first after-school iob . . . a little apprehensive, a little thrilled. Sparkling faces full of fun dominate at the many dances. These feelings and others will be remembered long after graduation as a part of school life. Karen and Rolfe Gruen depict the varied feelings of students as they show their report cards to their parents, lt's not hard to tell who will have to work harder next term. um-.-4' School pride shows on the faces of Bob Pesti and Bill Baughman as they admire sport trophies for which E.H.S. teams fought long and --3 i l ,NNN S me After a hard day ai school, Shirley Novak relaxes in fhe park before facing the mob on fhe afternoon bus. CT' Those early morning blues! lf's drudgery now bul Nick Pappas can remember when shaving was fun. Friendship comes easily fo Bill Maflflen unrl Jaan Shilling in the hours spent before The fireplace on a cold win1er's eve. TA A uf' ,-f, ' vlwffg? X .v X L wi 5 Q f 'P 1 :ww -M - . QWQ 1 A.MW.W,,,W '. C. SQ .YT pe i Rf x lt is sad to hear the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance-" and see our friends move on to the growing world. To most of us graduation from high school is not an end but a beginning, a beginning to meet new goals in further education, homemak- ing, employment, or military service. As we find success in our chosen careers, we will recall our memorable times at E.H.S. New Horizons Were Rosalie R. Abaliazi gf rv' Donald C. Allen Jr. f Ai Carol A. Ardman 'uni 2 Peggy J. Ballas Opened to Us When We xx V www ...ww..W.... K1 wr' """'i Patricia A. Adair Chosen by iheir fellow classmates, the Senior Class Officers ably led the activities of lhe Class of 1960. Sealed: Bill Grant President, Tom Sudro Vice Presidenf. Slanding: Joan Shilling Secrelury, Miss Wilcox Adviser, Marian Stephan Treasurer. Thurman E. Anderson if 'va' .es- Gerald C. Arnclf David S. Bader .lames C. Balinf Kimberly A. Ballas 'K 'frfs ra. Carol A. Bonik Molly M. Barndollar Connie A. Barilebaugh Dolores .l. Barfos 18 Entered the Doors of E.H.S. Our Freshman Year David J. Basfik Nancy J. Basfik Susan M. Baum Donald R. Beal E Wanneifa C. Benfon Merle E. Bernafh 3-ue fr""f' Gerald A. Blauvelf Judifh E. Bodnar 'rf-lf' my Beffy A. Bales Richard L. Bates fvdy A- Bauer I K- 2 H Ki? Roberf A. Bechfel Richard A. Beeson Thomas l.. Benfon 'QW' !:"""-n Barbara A. Billman Caroline F. Binggeli luclillr A. Bishop we-3 Carole J, Bogqrf Dora D. Boone Marjorie A. Booth 19 1339 IQAX 123' ? W e Met the Challenge 2 my K. .1 Q wtf k.' A . rx' f. 1 R' S ki Cullen T. Bos. ,.. Barbara A. Boyd Richard A. Brenneman Douglas R. Brewer 1'-0 Frances L. Briffon Carolyn S. Brown Q' 1' David F, Bush Larrie D. Bufler William T. Caughlin Linda l.. Chambers vm-A ? Larry G. Burgess 'iq,.,-r' K George A. Capp icwa. V, Suzanne M. Chambers 20 Nancy Brifon Reber! G. Burill Linda M. Bursley Sieven G. Corin Gail l.. Casllner Marian D, Cheesmqn Gordon D. Chlpulllles of Final Exomi notions. Beverly S. Chrlslensen -ldy E. Cobb Dreama S. Cool: Clldfle-F T- Cooke slwlla E. Cooper Q? Carolyn R. Cope W. Allen Crandall ,.. .fm ' G uw-W' 'rye U5 V' 1?-74" . fly A 1 1 1 , if l I . 5. x liiiilf ff: if 1 Claude J. Croolze J. Daniel Cross The Flower Commiffee chose ihe while glamelio as ihe Senior Class flower. Bob Pesti, Connie Sallis Chairman, Karen Hancock, Penny Crum, Dave Garrett- -exif QV? ,,. -sw' ""' Jacqueline L. Crowell Penelope S. Crum Donald G. Culshall Donna M, Dqncigko Ronald D. Darby 21 Varied Iohn W. Davies Jay H. Davis Samuel L. Davis rr 4? wr-fir? Jane! M. DsFazio Don L. DiDomenico David D. Disbrow 'Sl ffm? Joan B. Draginich Susan L. Dudley Sharon K. Dupler Samella J. Earley Ronald E. Eddy Kay A, ElS0l'llUl'l 22 Activities Kenf H. Dawson George C. Dodsley Drew Us X .1 5 6 31-'rr ' X N. K Mia X N sg X 3 -rg ' ' i N A 9-TX ff' e , gig. ,uns WX i 1 Wie. .45 Xarjrimia' William J. Dawson if Run Charles .l. Dowling James G. Dyer David L. Eager in --mai' Fred D. Eldridge fb Megan E. Ellison hwo Phgh James H. Ely George G. Esfmoncl .lr. Alfred K. Fitch 'YP' Larry R. Fosselius SchoolLHe. E? .-M... Roberf J. Emslie Mary K. Enczi G, John Enyedy Ellen M. Esler WP 9 Anne K. Everharf. William E. FCIUVGF Barbara A. Feliy Charlolfe A. Figula Jerry L. Flint V WIN' The Color Cammilfee, Debbi Kuss, Bill Novak Chairman, Sieve Carin, Karen Glen W, Fouss Miller, Ron Frankiewicz, selected blue and silver for the 1960 colors. 23 -5-L' John W. Fox 'tpx Jane l.. Franlrfafher Our Circle ol Friends 117 Barbara G. Francis Ronald G. Frankiewicz Members of the Prom Commiiree, Hilton Murray, Virginia Heidlberg, Jean Sparks, Ritchie Poad, Dian Sadler Chairman, Judy Long, Cullen Bowen, planned ihe Senior Class all-night dance. 2 Edwdfd C-GGQOI1 Kenneth R. Garbash Dolores J. Gargus David W. Garrett Robe-rf 1. Gasper -,.e Ya' Nw. -X I Willif-in Gus? Theodore R. Gee David T. Gerbiclc Ronald D, Gerry Gloria J. Gimben 24 Increased Roy E. Gingery Xa' .ludifh L. Green .luclifh E. Hales Each Yean 4 fjjy ff Eddie H. Glass Sandra 1. Goldsmilh William K. Gram' Rosemary E. Greco iq! vu bww ,I QT? Benny A. Greer James R. Grobe in GX" . C fi' if- . .F Sharon L. Hales Gary E. Hamilfon lane E. Guignefle .l Q .. sly- ,I 1 . Ts, .A Q: wc ,. i V 5 X Robert C. Hammer Dorofhy C. Gymofi Karen R. Hancock Qrff Gary D. Handley Gerald E. Haney Sandra J. Harberf William R. Harding David C. Hadley 25 n 34' Ray A. Harlman Lorna M. Healh Sharon L. Henning K . 151 -" Terence R. Higgins As Time Moved on, We Began Elizabefh A. Haslings Philip B. Haslings Marlene M. Hauer Wallace R- HOIGLLOH Virginia L. Heidlberg xy- 'ew Selling pencils was among lhe many projects of ihe Ways and Means Commit 1 lee. Sealed: Mary McDowell, Jon Pankoff Chairman, Jean Taylor, Sharon Kelner. i A i Slanding: Alon Wehman, Susan Dudley, John Davies. S l . Larry G. Higginbolham ni Leonard C. Hill Paul E. Hill Thomas J. Hines Douglas A. Hodge 26 to Find Our Place at E.H.S. 'ir 5 73' Elsiena W. fen Hoff Ann E. Hoffman Q, . Q igwgig Donna J. Holzhauer Phillip J. Horn Willflim J- Hvfvvfh Janice E. Houpf Thomas J. Householder li.. L: w-v ,R "' ,, X Edward F. Jalowiec Judifh A. Jalowiec 2' Judifh L. Johnson James L. Jones I i. K ,L ' .Ai .H L' i .1 We .M Ronald D, Hunfley Donald R, lgnqfz Barbara J. Jackson X 'K' Camille J. Jezewski David H. Johnson James Johnson sw--gr Wayne P. Jones William G. Jones William H, Kaqh 27 E.H.S. Was a Source of Knowledge That X W Y, .ISI Roberf L. Kailes Margaref A. Karbowniczelx , KA ' ip-'sv Thomas J. Kelly Philip W. Kelly -. ..s',1r 'hu-2 Sidney R. Keith Sharen l. Kelner -eff' John L. Keller if NSW, Mary C. Kenny 'Sv'-z Wwe' Consiance l. Kindig Janeffa I.. Kirlcharl judjph M, Kline Wayne U. Klingshirn Barbara A. Kelley Y? Joan E. Kime 'tri' Frederick C. Knepper it Y" fsglp 'ml'-Q' 1--gr Kay L Knepper Sandra L. Koch .luclifh E. Kochis Gordon F. Koepp Larry F. Koepp 28 Will Serve Us through out Our Lives. ig' James I.. Kokai John L. Kckai Raymond J. Korzan Sharon J. Kosco Karen L. Krieg DOVUHTY L- Kfuefk -'GMES E- KI-'ffl D9b0l'0l1 J- KUSS Daniel G. lake Margaret I.. Lance Beverly J. Lawson Roberi J. leboda .53 ,.V. V The iob of choosing a class gif! was left in the able hands of the Gill Commiffee. Judy Moos, Dennis Schultz, Sandra Goldsmith, John Enyecly, Nancy Orr Barbara E. lee Thomas Lillehman Chairman- 29 'S 5 The Excitement ol the Games Was an ff 'Z' Sieve L. Lengel Carol B. Lessin 427 on The Girls' Disfincfion Day Commiffee helped with fhe deiails of fhis special senior evenl. Connie Morgan, Kathy Moore, Marylee Sweet, Barbara Francis. Abseni: Linda Roberis. Jane! A. l.icl19y Beffy A. Locher H -A we rw., ,hifi 'Q ' SIE' re? PaHi I.. Loeb Judifh A. long Sdrldfll A' l-009 Norman H. Lundberg Timofhy R. l.ufz . -A ef '57 Mary L. Lynn Janice M. Madara Wilson H. Madden Jr. Judith A. Mahar Karen A. Maher 30 Outlet tor School Spirit and Enthusiasm. R 5-5 .9 have Thomas H. Martin Betty M. Mason Thomas C. McCain Bonadine P. McDivitt i James G. McLaughlin Susan B. McRae Harlan R. Mertz Albert D. Messaros up-.1 James R. Michael Dennis L, Miko Alexandra l. Miko Janice l. Miller 'T' 5 5 Kathleen A. Miller 3-tvs -l0-ANI Milner George W. Miraben 31 Doris S. Mitchell Mary M, McDowell David C. Metzger ' 'Y -fi Karen L. Miller William Mitchell 'S Teddy E. Mohney Barbara J. Moody vt Judi M. Moore Kufhleen A. Moore V' in ' Q fa 4,4 A ' Suzanne R. Morris John G. Mory Jr. YIIY Hilton P, Murray Margarei L. Myers We Wore 0 Big Smile for XM. W Charles G. Moore Dofli J. Moore Jennie M. Moore 3, Judilh A. Moos 'C' 7 Alrcel Moss o Gary F. Neal 32 wp' ,ww-7 ' 4, Linda I.. Moran Conslance D. Morgan Susan J. Munhall Gail A, Murphy 'Z 'wr 6, . K X X Rosalie J. Nemes Rosemary K. Nemefh Our Senior Portraits. -f-"G Cir William H. Newton Barbara A. Nickel Florence D. Nielding Marlene A. Norllleim Sylvia C. Nosler J. William Novalc Paul D. O'Dowcl The Boys' Disfindion Day Commiflee helped wilh the plans for this senior highlight. Jeff Staskiews, Roy Gingery Chairman, Dave Eager, Bob Suhr, Bill Madden. Nancy L. Orr Ronald R. OH 3 J L? Wdlfef T- OWBHS -l0Il F- Pfmlfolf Reaneffe E. Papenbroclc Sharon K. Papp Eileen M. Pearce 33 x "' :vii Arthur J. Pecaut .lune R. Pfeiffer D, Ritchie Poad Lawrence Reid y,W We Laughed When the Juniors Robert T. Perkins Robert A. Pesti Donald J. Peters Dona K. Petersen Richard A. Pierce Daz-'id A. Rankin Dolores A. Reindl T' 2 'lu-Q. xv.- Thomas E. Pigman Sandra V. Pintur Thomas J. Pluta w,..f-'il Charles B. Redington Mary L. Redman John W. Reed .211 Richard J. Remshalc David C. Reynolds Karen L. Rhodehamel 34 Mimicked 'Q' Chesfer E. Richardson 0-Q Keifh C. Roberfs Kennefh E. Rosenbaum Marsha K. Rudy Us on Distinction Day. Pafricia H. Richardson C. Emmeif Rider Roberf G- Rlefh -lolm -l- Robeff-Y ww, Linda J. Roberfs Wilma A. Rodman Safldfa l-- ROOY PUMP' l' Rose f Richard L. Rounds The Announcemenf Commiffee me? several times to examine and pick ihe class announcements. Seafed: Barbara Nickel, Jay Cobb Chairman, Ann Hoffman. Ronald B. Russell Sianding: Bob Rieth, Pam Vandemark, Jane Frankfafher. Abseni: William Jones. 35 A Memorable Performance Was Given by Allan A. Sabo M. Dian Sadler V? Gerald T. Salata Judith A. Salisbury Gayle A- Svllddvy Beny C. Sullis it John W. Schneider R0flUld l-. SCllf1Ul' The responsibility of planning the menu and the program for the gala class night dinner was carried out by the members of the Class Night Committee. Mary Kenny, Neal Schultz, Carol Ardman, George Miraben Chairman, Carol Seabold, Robert Emslie, Carol Banik. 1, A f i VI K ug, ig. . 'mar ' . --T"'f rf',",'ra',' , N .L - Q25 -Q .Z flux Eng: l. ft. , Nm, 42, - ' Lynn A. Sandroclr KW? S Lois l. Schodilsch 36 Susan R. Sapp Dale A. Schroeder If Dennis I. Savage if Judith E. Schroeder the Cost of the Senior Class Play. Q og- mv- Ev Dennis C. Schulfz Neal H. Schuliz Don S. Scoff Waller l.. ScoH Carol I. Seabold 'LX- all' W John E. Seymore Errolyn M. Shackelf lda M. Shafer Lula B. Shaw Helen M. Shepherd .loan Shilling Penny J. Shinglgfgn .loan E. Shoemaker l.esfer B. Shreve l-UFTY E- Shrubsole . . x Q ii u V? N -ess' 1 -e.':,, I M W N, ,E 5kl'.. J? X, ':1.e 'lx e 1 e . 5 Pdffidd E- Sifferf David W- Simm0nS Sandra L. Simmons Thomas R. Skeels Dale l. Skelly 37 We Doncecl and Dinecl until WD- Q-QQ Herberf A. Smallwood Sara E- Smllll John A. Snoble Ronald B. Sooy Jeannine A. Sparks Q . 59,-f Kay Spaulding Neil B. Spaulding '31 Gaining recogniiion for iheir achievemenf as Nalional Meri! Scholarship semi- finalisfs were Elizabefh Ellison, Jay Cobb, and Judy Johnson. Barbara A. Spresfor larry W. Sfarlr rk.:n. .,.. .nw if? i '55 Y f . . Jeffrey J. Slaslriews Michael A. Sfegman Joan C. Sfeller Marian L. Sfephqn Sandra l. Sievens 38 Morning ot the Senior Prom. H Gary L. Stone Gayle E. Sfone Susan E. Sfoylce Marian E. Sfriclrler Thomas J. Suclro Roberf W. Suhr Dennis M. Swan Jeanne C. Swarf Marylee Sweet Kafhleen H. Szabo Peggy l. Szabo Andrew Szaniszlo Jr. Judy L. Talarslry Jean A. Taylor Melvin R. Taylor Q... r. .Sf .wg ' AV ' , 5 .fsi'1v:i"F -. .5 A I. fi. ., , --af K . - Faye C. Turner Pamela J. Vandemarlc IOS9Pl'I Varga George D. Varga Barbara A. Vash 39 On Commencement Day One Chapter of the lorelfa J. Veard '3-Sf ?" Kennefh A. Walker IIN 'V cf' Marjorie Veres Mildred E. Wallace '.,'I"72" N.-f Q""-'nv David J. Wagner Pafricia A . Wasdovifch 'QUT-' Richard R. Weich Kennefh M. Wells Colleen J. Weslcoff Y? -od George E. Whiffemore Carol J. Wiech Nancy L. Williams 40 .Ns Robert F. Wagner Alan W. Wehman ieifff-Ni ' Alga R. While YF? Sandra S. Willis ' .dvi Georgia M. Walker -+9 Sandra L. Weiss BeHy J. While 'iw Pafricia A. Wirlh Story of Our Lives Come to o Close. :FG f'w6'5m John T. Wynn Robert F. Wysoclri Judith S. Wyszynslri Sharon M. Yeager thru Melvin G. Yeich Thomas W. Young Walter E. Younlrin Alan J. Zaleski Sally A. Zaorski Mary A. Zvosec .iii :V Dennis W. Yearley :'.fi Ralph E. Zaleteil Homeroom Collectors helped with the details of commencement activities. Stand- ing: Jo Rose, Molly Barndollar. Front Row: Sandra Stevens. Second Row: Bar- bara Boyd, Joni Stellar. Third Row: Judy Moore, Gloria Gimben, Charles Red- ington. Fourth Row: Jay Davis, Norm Lundberg, Lenny Hill. Absent: John Keller, Noreen A. Zvosechz David L. Chambers 41 Cathy Enczi, Janice Madara, Sandro Willis, Dave Gerbick We Will Long Remember Our 4,,, i fel:-,. C K . .Q if ,, W' 'as A 'A 7 No Picture J i William T. Carter X gf Richard l.. Honoshofsky r ir.-av' X Richard l.. Varndell Martin B- Fisher Donald C. Renkel Garry l. Wilcox NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: J. Wyszynski, D. Moore, J. Moore, P. Rose, C. Ardman, H. Shepherd, A. Moss, M. Stephen, P. Vandemork, J. Frankfather, N. Orr, M. Rudy, E. tenHoff, J. Madara. Second Row: J. Johnson, C. Seabold, J. Shilling, D. Sadler, D. Kuss, J. long, R. Gingery, S. Goldsmith, J. Enyedy, M. Barndollar, J. Milner, J. Moos, K. Hancock, K. Moore, P. Crum. Third Row: R. Poad, R. Wysocki, J. Bishop, C. In 1921 a group of educators decided that high school students should be rewarded for possessing such attributes as leadership, sound character, distinctive service, and high scholarship. So, the National Honor Society was formed. It represents the fundamental objectives for which schools are established, and gives recognition to those who have achieved the desired qualities. Banik, M. Cheeseman, N. Williams, B. Nickel. D. Bartos, M. Sweet G. Salluday, J. Miller, J. Salisbury, S. McRae. Fourth Row: S Lengel, J. Kurtz, M. Taylor, D. Schultz, R. Emslie, C. Redington, W Novak, W. Caughlin, D. Garrett, D. Gerbick, W. Grant, J. Cobb W. Owens, G. Miraben. Absent: W. Jones. The members are chosen from the upper one third of the graduating class, and are rated by the faculty on leadership, character, and service. Their names are written in a permanent book containing all previous members, and each year one of the Elyria service clubs gives them a banquet. There is no honor bestowed which excels that represented by this society, and its members set an excellent example for all of us to follow. 1 1 Experiences at E.H.S. SENIOR CLASS POEM Our memories are like scrapbooks, Brimming with a thousand souvenirs, Old tickets and dance programs Ornament its pages. With fond smiles we pore through its leaves, And lost in reverie Remember times so full of frolic and fun That we wished they wouldn't end. Oh, how could we forget Our fluttering hearts when we came On Freshman Day? Or the cold, sleepy Mornings when we wished for Saturday? Poignant memories till our hearts. The excitement of the Washington tour, Laughter of Distinction Day, and football games Are through, yet linger in our books. And pictures ot our precious friends appear On every page. Too had this chapter's Almost closedg but we leave a page for the Prom, the Play, and finally graduation day. ""' When we turned pages, We saw our high school days, But that chapter's finished now: The next one's named - Adventure. Carol Ardman Senior Class Poet SENIOR CLASS PLAY, A MAN CALLED PETER 'lui -.Mx 4 k 2 Front Row: Mr. Toth Director, R. Emslie Peter Marshall, M. Barndollar J. Shoemaker Barbara Logan, S. Smith Jessie Bickle. Third Row: J. Catherine Marshall, G. Gimben Student Director. Second Row: M. Enyedy Steven Grant, J. Davies Allan Talbot, J. Roberts Sen. Polk, Cheeseman Susan Grant, C. Ardman Marian Grant, J. Davis Joe V. Heidlberg Judith Bickle, K. Miller Hulcla. Absent: G. Miraben Keating, D. Harrison Peter John Marshall, K. Moore Nancy Everetts, George Yost. 43 Q 'NQ?W,, K A+-X 'W X S X Us x 5 5 5 is In sfudy halls, in libraries, in l1omes, sfudenfs work fo mee? flweir course requiremenfs. School is nof only a fime for studying, but also o lime for developing personality, making friends, learning fo work in groups, or assuming individual re- sponsibilifies. xii Norma Abookire Cheryl Alexander Peggy Alley Ted Altteld Audrey Anderson Jim Andress Jeanette Andrews Marion Andrick John Antonczak Dianne Armstrong Alice Axx Margo Bainbridge Beverly Baird Brendie Baisclen Dick Ball Tim Bannick Robert Barnes Molly Barr Robert Barres Ruth Ann Bates Don Bauer 'l r M V my ir 5 D fi QS-' ,Qs- 'i W 5 ' r hi" 'ish I rlrrr my Nyx 5 'B M 2. t J 3- Guiding the activities of the Junior Class are their officers Dick Gallo Vice-President,, Miss Baughman Adviser, Sheila Roe Treasurer, Nancy Madok Secree tary, Lee Kearse President. 'Qi 35' . . Q. tg N we-N X c sg ik 5 .. . uc X XX X X N X X S Bill Baughman Elton Becker Jackie Bennett Judy Bennett Bill Bennett Linda Best Barbara Biddinger Allan Biltz Gary Biltz Dick Bodmann Peggy Booth Beverly Boyd Sandy Bradley Dick Brady John Brainard Marty Braun Harold Briggs Dan Bristow Dave Brown Linda Brown Stan Bruce James Brumenschenkel Michael Bungard Valorie Burkhard - Class ol l96l Carol Ann Burns 1 we QQ Carolyn Burrell ' Linda Buferbaugh - Edward Buttle 'K Barbara Bulfi - Shirley Byrd John Byrne Allon Cady -- Judy Commarn Deanna Cantley Ann Cantwell 'N La g. f r W Q. .5 55 f' iiif bli' ll- x nav. ' J... C Q' , . ' , 'I' fi' Q 'rr E lid L Q. S ' f 5 E ff David Carter .5255 ' - K Paul Carter 1 Gary Carrothers . . Q , Q Q' Vicki Cate Y, A Y in Q . 4- 'Q Q 6 'Z in Ronald Cather I . gkka , Q I Q Q Q QQ , Connie Chipukites """ 'Q Q , ix :,Q. Q Q A Q ,rf Thomas Chrisiion fame, QQ Q' ' A if Q we r .,::.x gr 3 ' il - , ee ii N N' K Q kv h , ' Q QQ - Q Q ' f .. -'gk Ted Chuclco Q . . Q - . . Diana Clouser K . i 2221? i n 1 Ns ,-. Q Q A, Q QQQQ, - K .. A Greg Cluley i Q . Q Q 2 M Q in 'Q 5 Q Kathie Cluley -..- B -Er " ree . reee 'E we . B Ralph Conley :Rf .W R . . riff Dean Conrad Q . - Bill Cooper . , QQ ' iii Q Q 7 ii i Larry Copas til W' , M ' .V C 5 in CQ' Charles Crawford ' ' A ' - X, Connie Crombie Q Q Q Q .::.. . if . . Dee Crowiher if ll fi in ' zl. i S' , Dick Crozier ,- , Mm z ' r Elaine Crozier X in 5 ' M 1 . . .luClY Crozier q ll X Q K' Q 1 Y' QQ! ! I-:Sq .. - -- 3 Sigifie sgiiinlmons gn .Q " 1 3 , 'j 1 Bob Dangerfield - A ..,,Q:,QQ . Ii: S ' K ' - Don Davies ' . 's . L - I .y we Q. E l Edward Davis x Q 2 5 1 Q Judy Davis E .. Irene Dean Q in K 'E K QQ Q K ' - I QQ Q .Q Karen DeFo2io ' -. - T 1 . A Z .9 L. Richard DeFozio H rf? ii . 'Q 5 f ig' Carl DeMaria 7 l 'I K 'A Eileen Derochie NL Q ' , ' Mary DeTillio l Q Q. i f F Dave Diewald Q ' . Q f Je"'Y Dow' . 1' . E . 3 ...et Q 3 M ' Z1 . ' ii Q 1. Belh Donahue , i ' K . Q 6 Jack Dre-se Q .j A ' - ,:, . f . i E B ef' C E Allard Duensing in I' ii llii H H . A N Dick Dumke -'Rh K i H Gail Dumlce "-, Q Paul Dunford .. -'j f iQ ,Q :K W Q I Q Bonnie Durham Q .,. K i f 1 as Q is - Audrey Earley A gQQkbx , .Q if me ,X Grace Eary 'M' ' 1 f .Q . YI' Bonita Eddy K QQQQQ Q . Q Q f' 3 Q Q C.... . 47 Juniors gs ' J, 1 A f -.., J J ll: 0 5 Q ' 1, D as ' 4, A"L J , A ig A Q. I 44 . .,.. if Q , Y J i - ' Iwfiffil - H y A ,,, I J 'W' JJ J 5' ' ' J iv szf e F J-ef +4 stu ii: 4. I .J J D . J 'Q ii? ' . ., i E? EEZ' J. inf K J 'i' Q, EM 1 .' l Lu Susan Flynn Grace Fogle Eleanor Fortune Terry Fowkes Dallas France Denise Gainer June Gallardo Dick Gallo Jim Garbash Judy Garrard Judi Gary William Gehring Carol Ann Gemlaka Alex Gildzen Mabel Jean Gill Connie Gochenour linda Gomez Vida Gapfelt John Green Priscilla Greene luanna Greenholfz ,,, Q E is J ,J L is Q 1 'V 'O' , E ol 9 ,J is s .AM George Eddy David Edwards Jane Ellis Tom Elrick Robert Ely Roberta Elzey Moxyne Eschke Bob Ewing James Farkas Helen Feher Steve Fenik Edward Fenwick Roberta Ferry Beverly Fielder Joyce Fields George Figula Charles Firesrone Freda Fisher James Fisher Gary Fleming Tim Flood W ,J J f-sf. J 2 E s. X H' X N H :Q Q 1 ' j 1 ' .ss ,QG Q i,.i J .ks. A A i F' X is i f J 8 . 5 i ..,.:.,: J ii J J J ii N il J J Karen Gregg KV - Q Jackie Gutowski 'J Q I 'yi- JJ J "" Karen Haag S ,N L K' - We J Tyna Haag ia: - - V 'D - -1 XSJJJF Penny Haefele ' J - ,- A ' Q y Jerry Huff ' 55 s Mary Hagins ' is A Frank Hall g - ' Linda Halsey 6 in - N u k K Kay Hamister J J h i ' Marcia Hancock ' J 9. f si J ix , Bill Hannaford i T i J S J J Bonnie Hans ' J " " as in J JJ D H h g z K Q , J J ' ave anson J J if Aii'yhss ss.i J - ,AA- - 3 Carol Sue Hariley J J 'JJ' 3 - Howard Haskins v I J , L Steve Hasko ' Q QQ ' H ,, J 6 612 Bernie Hatcher J -Q J, 1 E , Tim Houry 1. -5, - i"' -. - if Jackie Heafhcote I 3 nr Q P Gary Hechl ns A ii 'Em A 48 Sarah Heinzerling Bill Helfrich Margie Henderson Wayne Hendrix Sally Hewifi Kent Hibben Harrison Hildreth Diane Hill Regenia Hill Shirley Hill Harry Hinchliffe Jeanne Hoffman Dick Holliday Bob Hollis Dick Holzhauer Bob Honoshofsky Nancy Hornbeck Kathy Horvalh Ron Horvaih Barb Horwitz Nancy Householder . QQ. 1 Mfr' f W . 3 W X v' Fa? 1 . , ig- "7 .1 ' Q' I Kay Kelly Diane Kellogg Delbei Kershaw Gertrude KeHel Lewis Kilzer Leigh Kindle Kathy King Tom Kiser Shirley Klein Pam Knuff Wanda Koepp Joyce Komko Bill Kopis Joe Kovacs Dale Krafchen Sandy Krausher Barbi Krisloff Roger Krugman Sherri Krugman Harriet? Kulzynski Pal laganier c 'Q N Class of l96l K - 58 .J A . ieii ' r rr .,. of is, E 7 EMA . no Qseliii gb if gl' " s ss g m I ,q an 8 :': ,E b y W' f as Q' fp- . f,-1 .. I "-' X 4. L R f-,mrs J Lg -b ,,. A iii- V our 1-:ad J Q - r s 5 'f - G sss y Elise Hovelramp . l ' . Jim Howell K " fi A if Eric Huber ' r B ag- I J , Richard Hutchings Bill Huieit ' i 'V Susan Hultz :Egg in Russell Hunkley J A lli Carol Innes r'-- ia A A V Earl Jolley , - J Q gkgzh ,fl iiir , J Lee Johnson e r ' ' " -:E A l" Q' Caroly Johnslon . L Q A P: 'j Larry Jones ri 0 f 3 ' gf in r Ronald Jones , it it Jack Kaiser -' 4. x ir , ,W 7 Jim Kakos -sf h Gary Kalapos eg "" . Q -V David Kane . R -I . 2 x lee Kearse H ' ' I - I J '4 Carol Keiffer -. Arihur Kelley ' s Dick Kelly g be - 1 E., in K A N . if A D A , , A- rys B B rrnl f B r gf so FSI' 3 J 51: ll Q DB4-D 'L - . KVV, I Vm xgl ' A K K ,i --k,, I NE A A ' JJ: . - r - J - ss f K V "sf: B 'gf ' " . f U Q ' J f 1 e e 5 Q Q 5 . J B J 1 K - LS .. .. ' f -1"::l: 1 1 R I. l 'i i A iisr. 1 Q X 1 M ii' in I el,, . ii A J I 6 ' "'2' 'ik xr'. W R l ' ,,., ' A N, i A I wg E .D I I, ,K S -RT: at K ig' ii.. -P' ,' L Q. in r .J 1 Ag Q H J . ' H -2 ii 1 ' Q Mgr. 0, 49 Juniors we . In Q L w L L L J i 1, i L, sf D ' 'K L A f L A E' lv A C Q ilu L Y ,f z sn:-ar - 'Irv' K Q . 4 ,iii D' Q L. . 2. " . . r J' k fs s ' V at .K T' " I -:S :V TE. 'V' Q X LX H" I , my ' I A 4 J . L , x iii lk if or ' L ,. Ruth Lyczkowski A A Dave Machock A . Q Nancy Madok ' ' Daniel Mahi ibn 9 B f L Marie Maneuga if.,!,,.,Q " ,,,N -g" Rober! Martin f . '--f 3: K K ix Tom Marlin M Vx" ex Bill Massey Jeff Maurer 2 J' Ray Maxwell D a . . 1, ' ' Shirley McCabe , 312 av ii J K Michele McCray W Q ' Jim McDaniel A M K xt' Daniel McGhee 'fa K ' . jx Fred McGuire ' - , - , 5 Jim Mclnlire 7 K' K J - J' Gayle Mclnlosh I , L Connie McKay - 'Q ay A I -7 - Marie McKay ,Qs 4 in ii: Ruby McNeal -Q Q ,, J K P' 1 Qi i ' Bonnie McRae Y -' an B. f . Q U L sv f W A si -ff: s 21' f' B K xi is 9 . ,, fu. , Q sr , sf, ,N . 3 r 'XP' tr! C'-'sf' o J 0 l , N A w'Q D iw' Xa. 5' L 3 5' 50 Gloria Lance Dennis Lander Nick Landis Bob Lappi Dan Larkin John Laurenschleger Jim Lawrence Billie Lawson Yuvonne Lawson Ted Lecza Jerry Lee Barb Leslie Charles Lewicki Fred Lewis Carol Licking Carolyn Lingenfelier Loretta Looney Susie Loose Ed Lotus Chuck Lowery Dick Lumadue N---. Jim Meckley Carolyn Merrill Sue Meschke Charlene Messaros Myra Messaros Naomi Messer Rifa Mihalis Charles Miller Dennis Miller Judy Miller Sandy Miller Joy Mills Harold Mischka Peggy Moehle Fred Mollenkopf Mike Monk Betty Moody Bob Moss Nick Mowery Patricia Mull Phyllis Murphy 5 Nl' Class ol l96l Milly Murrell L 5 LL ' LL , Dorothy Myers LL fi f- t Bill Naegele L' 5 kk' Qs .ML in L 4.6 Peter Nardecchia L. 'L K 5 . L " Lx L Karen Nelson '- ef L L L L, Kirk Nevins L -1 Lt ' I . Carol Nemeth L L 5- Tom Newell JL Agnes Nichols ' 5 , - 3 t .. L' LL L John Nicolson .. -- L L3 - f ,L L L r " L. ' Marsha Nickoli LL LL Q7 L - " LL .. L ' A ., Gary Nieding P 'f Ayiii' 'gl ' .L LL J U Gene Nieding 'P ' L A MaVY Nielsen L L - " 4, L L' as New ' Paul Norris it isszs -- L . W Kay Northcutt Li D7LL N Wi" Shirley Novak L L LL L LL 5, s 'W , is David O'Connor .T . L L M L , L L L Q 4' L L If Ellen Oebker L? ----- ,. L L L':L 5' if 5 L ,X sm ogle f Q ail , D . 1 Betty Oswalt L . ' L LLL. . L. 1 l'Ls' A ' L"L si wi RX fx L 5 R X f' Li 'Y fl :ll L , . 1, 3 . . L if L kf-- iszii slfff .. L ff Judy Ott L I Lili- ,f ' William Otten , , , . L G. . David Overs LLL, I L " Lf? L' '- - it - . P Kenneth Owens sf' I L Lff :LVL M L L -. 1. Sharon Page L V ' Ll . ' L Sf A 'L Ronald Painter . L 52 M Li Ronald Pandy I L L -L L 1 , PLL ' .el- Julia Papai s L ' V Denise Papp X - '- 1' L6 Sally Papp s L 4: 55 QL Q- Nick Pappas LL L L gi.. - xr L ' L Jack Patton LL? L tj? Sally Perkins L ff- LL LL Carol Petras PVR Ls Y , K A i' if ...xx xv.:-s f Ks. 1 A W' 5' X . - be ., . we , em: Z if fa NW 1 1 Dick Ball battles with three enthusiastic dunkers at the Junior class picnic. su., D iLi ' D we F L gf he se X' F K isis .N X Lillian Petroff Earl Pitcock Cecelia Pleska Dean Poling Gene Poor Laird Prentice Patricia Price 51 Juniors ,- rss is Dick Prochazka H Robert Provoznik qi ' if I' ,fy --.- K 0 Gerri Pruitt , JJ W ' A K .St :W Bob Puder ML , Q ,Q Jackie Purcell 1 J xl - Ji Den Pycraft A X 4 al J t E1 J Tom Queen O x S if fi Q S X Linda Raffer Lois Rathwell 2 Jfiiiil Y, L : Ron Reams Q P f g Q ' ' -J J' 5 sb K gA.- Randall Redington hr . ,. Wt A gg- ,Q 4 ' if Bill Resar 'J . T J JJ Judith Reynolds -Ky LeRoy Reynolds '- 1 1 was , g ..-. l J Gary Rish A . J K Kay Robbins u I n 4: - X I Mary Robinson kk ii X X ,X Dennis Rodachy ' .J jg we J . Joseph Rodgers ' .... g I J K is Q Dianne Roe 0 A 4 Q g - -,:'. Sheila Roe 5 i.' K - san Rowell L S S 5 S Jan Ruby " ,J Y 'Fu Douglas Rus, .. M V Q M y A K.. . . i , Donald Rutledge A Jf' -Q Lf, J K X Ted Sabo J JJ J A Karen Sand t f g H 'S ..-- s--:-s: sg . ' ' 6 :51- f Robert schildi " , ' i J S Susan Schilling E . lynn Schmittgen 3 ,., ' t nh JJ 1... N K J Margaret Schneider 1. it 1. 'S' P J J " h J J 'J K - s- JJ Richard Schneider - 0' JJ iJ s JJ KJ Diana Schoen . JJ "F 'L M K J JJ J D' S h II 1 l ggkk ' JJ" , Q. - ,:,, ., lane c o e t l ., K , kk fic X , 'W Jane Schuster f ss Bobbie Scott . 5 -i Clark Scott , i ' 4 ' Joyce Scott Q G H .. ' J JJ K ii ' 1 Sharon Sears Qtr- .X x v Q L' ' J JJ.J V J 5 Helen Seitter ' -- ri ,V JN Sharon Shackett h J kizg I X.,-1' 1, Qg H ...Q 7 g,,t L . , it - J JJJJ , .J J Bob Shank A J . Sully Sheen r , " 1, ' J 'N L, A 'Q Eddie Shepherd wi i' 1 A S' . 9 Q x 1 K, Tom Shewell ' ' K ' - gf 7 Q' .QQQ Sf: Eddie Shields ' W , Richard Shreve im A ses. he it .5 Kathleen Siffert . i J Ron Simon , gJ Donna Smith 1-M "' "' ""' " A 1 R Jerry Smith L J , ' S I 4 Joe Smith W 5 , it My V it nw JP.hsmgih.'h ' . S . o n mi Y ll A- AQ Us Ken Smith J S if - J Kathy Smith 1 " " " J Pete Smith FJ! 4, A Roy Smith Q cs g - 'JJ Sharon Smith XT' J 'pf JJ qi V .,J Cleuck lsgoy k f g , K X K aro par s V 1 1 -J 52 Patricia Sparr Bill Speiclel Karen Speigle Diane Speroff Russell Sprague Cary Squires Kay Suchodolski Gary Sutorius Don St. Peter Dale Standen John Stanek Barbara Starr Linda Strait Bob Strauss Jean Strickler Ted Struck Wes Swain Nancy Swan Charmine Szanyi Bob Takacs Shirley Tatum x V 'X X at Q N c . Q X. 5 - f N. ix. - svn Pete Varga Randy Varga Richard Varndell Felicig Vavzincak Rosella Vincent Robert Vincent Rolly Volk Linda Wagner Dan Walend Dick Walker Willard Walker Steve Walters Jim Wamsley Ben Washington Gail Wasserman Shirley Weinstein Matt Weisman Judy Welch Beverly Wellman Gary Wells Diane Wence Class of l96l ' we YS Q1 E a. f s 1 K.. , .i l u Eibb ,. 5 gi sssr QP if P' Eg, x if . iii: ' ' S S1 . Sp- im t s 2 T. ti S 1, A,. V tiki. l 1ff:?'fsS1lf:ErSi2f2?fi5i2ii1: if f- f n fe its N N x S , L 0 To A-.ae -fl 5 . Q - S -6 Y A vt 1 .4-R we. 4... 'F ti' Wh I sf ,T 'Qs' 1 'lr' Eu J s. s-, rf 2-qi. lf' 634 l an 1' 5' I . . .,..- fi - TM, 5 auf J- T at 'PF' I Dale Taylor James Taylor Tim Ternes Sherrill Thomas Barb Thompson Joe Thompson 1. . K ,- 1 f' a Karen Thompson Dave Thomson Barbara Thurman Norm Tilberg Norman Tite Patti Towell Bill Triplett Arthur Turek Patty Turner Justin Underwood Tom Vance Bob Vanek Mary VanHorn linda Vanover Marilyn VanValkenburg Q T Os I i J To -if .VQ T, :ZQQ ' 'll X P 4 J T T l T ,xx ..,.,.,. it V L- a1-, , P ti S tn, T f-V as ' iw S -If ,'--' -... . T I r arT aT s r a T a ew sg, Q, K 1 K J- .k.k K K: H 1 y A J -t e s S :ss I N sl, .. : J ,,. at 4 tk 4 -, 53 ks. vi " af' C' fi" of ,bg ul, g rt Q, W l 1 -5, A y 6- Z 51 e, Ah ' bv .1 42 ,,.- .1 Carolyn Wyckoff Ronnie Wycosky Dick Young Wandra Young Tom Zaffer Edwin Zak Bob Zeller Gene Zimmerman Barbara Zgoda Pat Zvosec Noreen Zvosechz Sandy Elliot Martin Fisher Patsy Flowers l ,. 11 I 4 2 X. J K R sk Q sk QQ: K n :'. B- ' 'ff Xf is .W 4 . I T.. gg: A -Q1 , KM ,Rey . Q' :Q 5- 'i-. flz. 'N' u I I 1 4 .T - " ff s Q- 'Z Q- T L: "' 'I .L 5 ' it T' Yr: me X ah sf Melva Fredrick Donald George Aleta Hill Lois Peterson Mary Petrulzi Judy Scarbrough Walter Surprenant ww 5""' report cards comes much too often." 54 ,K e .' e 2'-2 . " . is V , .A . " ., A , ' x Wh., , 5,f' ,..., ,.. 'r Gary Whitacre Eddie White George White Ted Wieseke Jeanne Anne Wiley Ken Willets Caroline Williams Dorothy Williams Sandy Williams Toby Williams Viola Williams Janine Wilson Kay Winters Margaret Wirth Vivian Wirth Kay Witherell Jean Wolfe Jonathan Woodings Linda Worcester Bob Wransky Jean Wransky N- au- c u S1 A T 'sp ii f. .O 1 K Fil x- . , so cg X si' me 'gf ,K ev- Q Students are often heard saying, "That dubious duty of signing i I S Q 3 E Carolyn Johnsion and Bev Baird are class ring, the highlight of Ihe junior year if i f Jig 'Q T? I' 5 L A 1 Pam Abahazi Bob Adams David Aldrich Vernon Alexander MaryJane Allen Steve Allen Clair Altheide Sam Araca Perry Arenl John Attkisson Stanley Austin Ken Baker Tom Baker Jim Bailor Ginger Bailosky Kay Bora Dick Barrett Robert Bastik Janie Baumhardt Beverly Beal Cathie Beal -f f 1 C .L Ln Mr. Thourot interprets the results of aptitude tests for sophomores Wayne VanOster, Molly Washka, and Dawn Schnur. :" X A .. L. Q,i QQ. m Q B X .lA.A.o s C Q gb Ak linda Bechtel Charlotte Beclxer Susan Beckett Phillip Bent! Judy Bergman Dan Bieske Judy Billmon Kenneth Blaine Harry Blake Sheryl Blank Clyde Bodiford Dorothy Bohannon Don Bolger Sandra Bosley Jim Bosmeny Lydia Botos Bruce Bottomlee Freddie Bowen Cheryl Bowser Glenda Boyle Wayne Bozman Sharon Braund Robert Breckenridge Rick Brekelbaum Bill Bristow David Brow Chris Brown Jerry Brown Richard Brown Sandee Brown Bonnie Bruce Mary Bruce Sandy Bruce Richard Buga Rod Bukoff Arthur Bukowski Barbara Bukowski Sandy Bullock Clay Burkhard Ron Burnett Gerald Burrer Jeff Buswell Q J Sir.. Y" f , S A gli? ' 5'- Q crerr 9' 2 -',: -lf George Cook Tim Cooke Bob Court Caren Crawford Sharon Crisp Pat Critelli Patricia Cunningham Carl Curtis Carol Curtis Judi Curtis Bob Cusick Doug Dangerfield Verna Davis Carol DeMarco Kenneth Demos Mike Denman Kenny Dick Melanie Dickie Janet Diewald Jill Dillman Wayne Dixon Class of i962 in Ss K S, if ""i S B " 1' 1' C X B sf' f' ll ll S jg 1 -A 5 -,,: :Sq S H S A Q. "': f f rl B S S S S' .r , Vrh A i ' li' it A A -- W ' SS' -- QS rr ' B J f , . if S. or is 4 SS tyssr A J 1 lt, t A - 3 A se- B 'ilif ti B J . Q, if 4 . E f L-l i n I ' Carl Butcher . ' Q W I A V ff Rolland Camarillo B S " "" Cheryl Camp E Q B S KQQ S 'K' Mary Campbell S VJS. . 7 -:gi :NQ e z Joseph Capp R A X X 'j S , A Barbara Carin 4 trss at S e Judy caffef linda Carter S S . Sandy Cathey i A if ' S qi :QH ' SSQMS ,, Gary Cebula L S J 5' -S Vx an B 5 Anna Chandley g,,, 4 . ' Zi Ernestine Cheatam A :gn SS B ,g J L' 'W Don Cheney "' E li N H- 1 Kenneth Choma -- SS In Wayne Church ' l' g' Bob Clark J S SQ it Delores Clark Q ,.S,- - .ig V L GH ,, ' fl Judy Clark Sir, I L ,Q Q " ' Craig Coleman 'N f 1, V Dave Combs S ll. J V '11' ff Ruby Combs ffl ll ll B 25 S , . -f 1 A V .S H K. : Q N W' K V S K Q' , K e f -is f J 'Y' t SS '- h S, Q gV.hg SS J iff: S SL S gy .S -:S u g, S S , L ,S K I NX QDS V b . il 'lg ll 1 is B is SSS,, -1 S B 1 ss J. J S r - . , B rSe -.S Q Y lli " V 57 fl L, Ax.- Sophomores .Q, 1 iff i i s 1 D Teffv Dm Q li .M i ff, Shirley Duffy Q . 8 - 5 W x i Dusty Duperow Eddie Dyer , I Sally Dyke Q ' Jacqueline Earley , H rm' LN . WJ- .5 Karen Emlich Q 1 Q Ann Eschke . . ' K Carol Eskins Q Q K i rj ,59 7 J Bill Evanich Q1 ,. ,r J Q E Roger Evans Y , Q, , . Marsha Featherstone J Q ' " , S Qf Richard Fell 145 , 1 .Q - Gerald Ferancy , Q Q Jess Figula J J, Q,-- Q Phyllis Pikes ' 7 ' WYE 7 i' f Barry Fisher , Robert Fisher Q if Q Clifford Fitzwater '9 ' If' l Zenny Flood QQQQQ gms., Shirleyann Floyd Danny FlY il .l E . Larry Folley , -' Q ..,, Q 2 'NI Q Sharon Folley Q ' ' Ei in QQ iQ Judy Fortin ' iQ SQ Q Fred Foss i s Qi i ,,,, Tom Fosselius Q Q " Q. X Judy Fowkes Q 5 A ,Q X. f. X Q " Douglas Fox Paul Frederick I ' ' ' 1 Sharon Freeman X 2 Kathy Gall Q Q' A X Tony Gallardo tr Maurice Gardner EQ . Patrick Garn r Q' Joe Gentile ii g li J William Getty " ' Charles Giede Q If ' Kathy Gienke Q 'l Q ' Leo Gilles 'X 8 Q ,,.. 'Q K X Qs . Bob Gillespie W S Q , gs SQ Nancy Gnizak QQ QQ 1' fling . K J 5 Q sw I f.', . H J 'J , ' ii' Q Sandra Gochenour lf " Q Nl' -K Q Q Q Mary Ann Goodman -V " r ,Q FQ Q- . K N Richard Goppelt 3' , Q Q " Lalgry Gould 5 QQ QWQQQQQQ Q Q , on Graham Q 'Nr ' A i X A R X Bennett Greenholtz , Wi' 'l -1glli"'-5" Rvli A 1-tcsaefe LMA Charles Greer Mary Griffiths an Dolores Gruben uh Karen Gruen Q -1 Rolfe Gruen , - 'W' " Mary Guignettte , , QQ Bob Hambley '35 ' f' Patricia Hammer M ' , if X ge- D e-ese QQ K ' iii'i Vern Handyside it , 'Q Q Lynn Harding if Q -iii I: - IQQQQ: Jerry Harmon ' r ' .. 5 F' Q gy Q T- Q Pot Harrell -, Q. Q Q Q RQ F' X Kathy Harrington ' Q QQ Q ' q J '-as Steve Hays 4 Y Q - QQ .K Q Q F i i Ron Haywood it x g xc s f y 58 Dan Heidlberg Judy Henderson Jesse Henry Donald Higginbotham Gene Higqins Skin 'F sein? is g 1 : ' L K Class ol l962 W if Q Qs , .Hi 4 ik as Wallace Hill M N in J Linda Homoki I Alice Hornbeck Q - .ff Judy Honocks - .. Q g g ,, , g Gary Howell or f 'ft'e"" Susan Hubbard 'sk ,A , 5 I ,V Larry Hubbell gh .. - K' A 5 - 5518? f A, 4 M: . . J if S IS' W K ii W 'gif 3 L f s.- A l .,Vk Q 'v- t , J " Ralph Huffman . J Bob Hughes I K as Norman Hughes ,, , ' VL Lindo Hurrhnrich sg H H es, W if Peggy Hum so S 5. Vi.. S- John Hyer Q - 'V -k,-s J S In 'gf Terry Innes . ,' fi X' 'S K We S do in ' Q' E f s ss ali. fmlh. S, A S S Marilyn Jabs 'zzu 1 Bill Jackson .. S ' g Q3 4 i Delphinia Jackson - lu- M.. wpqi. Wi. offs, ' Gloria JGCRSOH I ,..-4- 'Ill Q'-fi iv M' T 'W' , X Harry Jackson , 'S 7 A ShirleY Jacobs . A ,-.. vfk. , Sharon Jaffe 5 A i - S Susan Jalowiec . K ,E ' Richard Jefferys It v- J 1 i M Q3 ,I K , Janice Johnson J. is 5 1 Q -Ph . Ron Jolley U X 1, ' :IQ K if-in-X' A - Al Jones Q s 4' . Diane Jones i ' ""' ' 8 Elizabeth Jones g :,, X "ii J Joyce Jones J J M Sharon Jones ' A . ii J Susan Jones 5 A K J ' s, 1 , L sa M W. William Jones 5 u . ai if W, , Sv Willy Jones kj 2' ':'s J t Y K' Leonard Jordan S ' A' ' 3 D A ' if -ix ,L N lsi X . Patricia Kadas . A ,,, .X K 5 A ws .Q K J. N Ji 3' " a ll J x s.-o f - A y J: msg: -- ,. nl Tom Kaiser ii: -. . , Joseph Kalo 7 I I Q A fi - Tilaor Kassu 'Z' "" . Y 1 .W im' is 'ik' ' , V xi V Janet Kasubinski lg ., Lg 'fi - , , . 'k I ' 7 fl ' Harold Kelley 5, s 1 is i s g , Sharon Kelley 'J s" A ' -- , if - ' . . Duane Kellogg A 1 'fi' Karen Kemery K 3 . Bill Kemper S J , 'K' Ig James Kettel A V ' 4 Q fi Q is in . s -. ' ' Evelyn Kirkharf i v , -. 1 , ,., Palricia Kirkpatrick . All J' K K -5 y -Ml' - W J ll I S Dwwdwwf J siss f asf 2 f eefse M, i J J K' iiils ff "s' Q T "" my 'Se' 1 5 Q X I - i fi' K r 'V 'i 553 David Kislner - J K ':" " kiil 5 ff? Roy Klingshirn i K Z- K i Shirley Knepper A J I X 3 ,. K Nancy Koepp , ' '- ll if :"f 99 l J kiii ' QE F 'J Jim Kolb gl X - ,F V. ' ai.- Waller Krone : H y f J K Hazel Krueger l i n J " A " Al J: ' J f J 59 fl . 1,5 Sophomores i . J 57' ,, S -t' SS si 3? a s 1. it J X 3 r , 1 ' ' 4 li A vs. , if u " E 5 ,e f Q' S- 1 ' 5 QM ' CN ham, ru - X w , vfd -s A L 21 , SX-x 5' we '. 4- -5 'E+ nr-- V is 's' 1 ee- 'ff' sl L 'L ,sw AK A It Alvis Matthews Ted Matek V in David McAvena 'Q S r L 'P S- Janice McCain ,TQ ' Lg... 135' X J . . Ann McDoniel ,J " 'ff' 5 Susan McDonald 'ni " Robert McGhee 12- 2 A Ora McGhee ' V . Ruth McHenry David Mclntire J AI Melhanch ' fr D N "" Robert Mennell .:"" H ,K ic I S Bill Meyer , gif' 'CI' 3 Marilyn Meyne -- K L L. gn 'Sf I Bill Miller x .. j g : . sau P. Miner 1 Tom Miller t S K X Sterling Miller ,Q I Q 4-,Q lx Gordon Mills X ' K Larry Mohrman Q' g K QSM Sharon Morath A J 1 A ' ll J are S L 1 , W W . I . 1 l L 143 ff J ,f , Wevifgymxk 1 .J me -- Q . ge ig g t-in ivy. . H A L A L . .. ll 1 A i x tl i al ig S ls A -5 I ' Q , :xg K S i A K .5 t 'X S is l s 60 Janet Krugman Janet Kuss Joseph Lacey Susan LaDow Linda Lanaghan Merwin Lanaghan Gary Lander Bertha Lawrence Michael Leininger Walter Leininger Iris Lescher Devonia Little David Livingstone Edith Lowery Larry Luther Penny Lutz Jack MacPherson Tom Maiden Jo Maple James Marzavas Thomas Mason L SK sei st QS ,-Q Q DX X Q 'Y' ' Nr fs Shelley Morey Donna Morris Oscar Morris June Mowry Pam Myers Patricia Myers Bob Murphy Wilson Murray David Magy Carol Nary Robert Nash Ray Nedwick Carol Neighbor Kathie Nelson Marie Nicolson John Nickle Nancy Nieding Dick Nielsen Barbara Noster Robert Novak Sally Orr Nicki Orvis Sharon OH John Pachuia David Pallas Pauline Pappas Don Papuga Helen Paonessa Joyce Pardue larry Parker Jack Parks Marilyn Pasadyn Sharon Pauly Joyce Pavlich Donna Perkins Beverly Pererman Jim Pia!! Dorofhy Jean Pi1Ts Lyal Priii Bill Prochazka Janie Provoznik Dale Prunfy A Ji .Q fr C J S' Ps. ss Z 3" C ,Q S , P 4 .. 5 loud yells resound in the cafete ria as another underclassman Dan Heidlberg, drops his Tray. sr, Class of i962 , I. Q , ,2 - . if f J ll l ,J P ' eu my P PP ll ' A H xl' f 3 PP i f J C in gpg i P fi eek W lsee B :P . W N. X5 , up P ' P 9' r Q , It LP g if Psi"-f' . ' P he " .,Qr , PTP ysssssr is lrysl 2 S JA R zq, ,, i s ylhy V I .. . . sr V 1 , yy E t ' -' N P P JPPP ' P J P li .V Pe, Lhil t gr? aim Q is .P hi , me 3 J .. -- J 1 Donald Ray Sylvia Reeser Jol.ynn Refenning Jean Reidinger Joyce Reynhout Richard Richards Billie lynn Riech John Rieih Linda Rieth Ed Riley Dick Roberls Selma Roberts Jack Robertson Beverly Robinson Charles Robinson Karen Robinson Virginia Rock Kaihy Rogers Linda lee Rogers Ben Rosado Clyde Rosenbaum 61 Sophomores :SQ as w S., :rw-.V f 4 S-my A "-f Sharon Ross Q QQ J . M Marylee Rowen N o-l 2 74 X Qi it 9 K "' Y Leslie Rubin .. S ' y r 2' Q' S Q ' SES ni. aiu Ruhl ' ' L 'f Darlene Ruhl ' X ii r Patti Ryan M A Steve Sabolich Q Freddie Sams Q i Eddie Sand 1 .. S, -S 5 in Carol Sanders ? v Mel 5 A' I S Neil Sandrock . 1 5 .25 'Y Q Bob Sarver ,r ' A S 'J' ,X Don Schaffer ' f A 1 N Q QQQ f I Jane Schmittgen ,M SQ ,.-k YH- Sandy Schmittgen ' QQXK Daun Schnur f c ' fi' 5 K Don Schriner Q 3 S fa is 6' J 'if Marilee Scott x 1 :Q H , Tom Sears YS "" S Q Catherine Serozi J QA Carolyn Shaw QQ SE ,::. , John Shaw V Q, 3 - ' Joyce Shores ,, A QQ ,N S Margaret Shreve . "' ml J Q Q nt. ' ytt' 6 Q , Melva Shreve L - .X 6' Q X S Tom Siesmvnd 'N' JS S "' f S Dave Sieker ' , L1,'Q,G-Q, Q S ' " -ii Q - Q Wayne Sievert t A S , Richard Simmons S Bill simon J 2 Kenneth Sito Q Qs gg - ' iii Judy Slack , 5. S w Rick Slack S y . "S S S S l - SandY Slosier QQ ie. J ii A , Faith Smallwood ' 1 it J 5 S Q J M523 lk Claudia Smith X SLA Dave Smith S . James Smith 7 N 1 Roger Smith J .ii" S r QQ " 5 Ron Smith Q 6- S Sandy Smith -RQQQ - Q Q Vincent Smith X J S SQ in T Q XX F S Virginia Smith , '31 , ' ' A S S l.eAnna Snyder i Q S t ' -Q Leora Souslin x Q G? 'Y Dennis Spielcer f S ' it Ron Spranlxle y Q -' S ' -r Sharon Stammitti NN A, Mm Bruce Staskiews ,S - Q Q - SS QQ w Q it Gilbert Strickler Q 6 Q S ': Sally Striclcler G., in ' 9, Q, 09, QQ ...Q S S if Jim Strohsaclc up , . ,W Q Judy Stone ' nz,-Q Si "M ' Polly Swain Q Dick Takacs ,L .V ,, , 5 3 5 S 'S MY Taffy 4' J' f f Q J Linda Tarry L S Gloria Taylor S Q J S Jacquelyn Taylor 7 S Q, S 'J g Sandy Taylor L wg A K - Eileen Terry "' xi Mac Thomas Q Q Qi Donna Thompson 62 ii? A Jim Thompson Bill Thomson Rachel Thrasher K - ' -- Dean Tilberg J ' Virginia Tillman 7 - T 1 T ig as L H J ir I SQ 8 6 f' f k rf 2' T Millie Towner 7 J J I J Q Jim Townsend we X G - -' W ' J T 'T George Truskowski in A 1 .l,:' J Gloria Ulmer N - Tg lm - Albert Unger S' 1 Q- X rf, T Carol Updike HF T i,., Y f MT, i ' .Jlm VUIICE T 7 iil' ii 4 Wayne VanOster T i',V it it T I -, ' Fred Vorhis Aii K M i .I ix X Diane Walker ::.: J I in 'rgfn4fTT- , - Tom Walker - " - I U Barbara Wallhead .-:' :-. linda Ward ' I j ' U t Dan Warner X- ' T , , ' Y John Wash -X.-XS! L - L Molly Washka -K 4" f 2 T T X 'J H Dorothy Wasuk J 'J h,--A- , ci if S K Marge Watson ,J .T it in Q' T, in Q is Willie Watters Q- ' 13.51 T T iff, Janice Welkea T J Q A-i' H Ernie Werner xi Linda Westlake J tl- ' M JudY White K ..... 1 - :L T ,Ame s ::.- 'ix li X 1, "E' Ak" Jeane Whitfield T X 1? I " T - 'S .3 Paul Whitman ,5 ' 'l" ,. i" T. i-'4 - J, Denton Whitmore "" QP I T T J- mf., wfiken, - -K' f : I 1 ' :'-, ':: - 1 ' Tk - 4 RT David Williams T. T TT ...,, T T , , X ' - J -V HR T. H i',f. TT l""Y williams W l jj L 5 TT T Prisci a Wi iams '- in - t -r T WH, , -- V T om I rams 9 '- J Ken Willis -,I J N Q Lois Wilson . N ' lg 7, ,vm J Raymond Wilson i L T Q 1 5 S ' Nettie Winningham -T 48 aron lt erspoon T , X 1 Q E . . K YN 5 ,K kkkr K f,TTT2Ts,g- T wi T Donna Wolff - Q , J Ron Wood my T TT, T T - - E L " , at George Woodcock TT Ts? IIT- fi T kk 4 :I I T WT bl Melvin Woolfork J it L 5 it in -tty' Kahren Wynn Q TT,- i i s L 0 T P T K John Wysocki iiii' A 'E -ili it - X A JudY YearlBY L lvl at T li ii Q .' Jackie Yost Dan Zack K Dave Zack ., , 1 JoAnne Zak -A A it Q J Pat zqrefel f ft -7+ J ,Q Tom Crozier QV Juanita Jarvis V J X T3 T T Nicholas Kontos - -4 y sf' T T ..T. if , I 1 Lenny Lisewsky H kg T' Peggy Moore I " lx K A Dawn Roig pry .1 fa T b ' f L Carol smith R fa' iys- if T., FW 5' A 1 A A sadney Walker Y T Asp 4, '-ii' . T- R 'PP' Eddie whale l T ,J Q T , -T ' 63 Freshmen v v MMM.- Q In fr- ,,:E., 'ix class. Dennis Abahazi 5 IQ - A Allen Adams ' li, - f Q Christine Acilams .IANA X 7 . 1 L -K -A , Sharron A ams '- ' A y' - 'Q A " X ' R' Timoohy Adkins k f' V7 ' A ' , Sandra Adolph h f U t ' c Marsha Aebie -i -3 . g fix W 'J Doris Albrecht - Georgia Archibald N.. Alfred Arndt il" ' Beverlee Arndt ' gi A y A Herbert Arnold K bl' 'trf W xg: Ruthann Arfhrell Lyn "" ' 5 -. ,:., i .. KJ A Bill Ashbaugh 1 y 1 ' K A r K - E r AB. ' K John Judy Averbook Aunspaw Thomas Axx B ill Bainbridge - 3 N Gerald Balmer a L lx' J l Exif Liilnzuiiiu ff if by K s' 'IM C9 s an ' 1 dl x be -- A ' X vx xr, c ' 4 QQ AA A '.', Q 5 5 my so' tb B5 U . 5 f A W A bi 'l lm -A Q E? xr or ki J 5. vi 1 ' Jig K in 64 if V , X Q 1 ff N95 Lf, if' 'J X ca -v- A A 1: ,A Larry Barnes MW, N Diane Balcar Q David Bannick Carol Batdorf Ronald Bates Parlee Batton Dick Baughman Andrew Bazar Betty Beal Dudley Bell Jim Bellamy Lee Ann Bennett Corrine Benton Jackie Berglund Arnold Berke Mary Berkebile linda Blair Joyce Ballon Richard Brada Sally Braegger Juanita Braribach Sharon Wyckoff and Bonnie Reynolds decorate the bullletin board in a freshman health A Qc A S 5 ,X .. G C C. "NRRL JR N James Branch John Branch lvan Braun Cheryl Brenneman Tom Britton Cornelia Brown Paul Brown Cheryl Bryner Carol Buck James Buga Forrest Bullocks Bonnie Burgess Kenneth Burkhard Margie Burns S 4 Cl Class of i963 f iftfiljiiiii - . ' f9'15i'l?i7391 Vfm:s- ' s f f CCX C 'Wi W C , ..,g-fu ki hmlwgl gk Cx .-V if A CS A C C C Gerald Burton K - - , Grier Buterbaugh -- J I Jesse Camarillo - C . C ' C5 Eloise CamP C C C r C- - Q Richard Campbell ,Q 1 J an ' ' Wanda Campbell -sl 3- , I - WCC , ' Claudia Cannon fx if is ".,,. ' V ix -si' -. A -ir V 1- " lil ef - I--N ' Q' qw we by 9 g g M' ,Cf ' ,C ' K is ' i..' 4 1 re. 1 gsm 1? CVT! V K 5 - :-.- t Q 1 A V Ck C Ziyh N xx H C , C. 1 .- C- ' S' iw LC ww , , J Milk x kgs iii, K in L ii 3 he ll J f ,mx 'F is WX' Q A l ,w 'rrry 1 A . W. 3 4 3. Doug Corn Cheryl Coven Jay Cox Kenneth Crawford Susan Crowell Craig Crozier Dan Crum Susan Curtis Warren Dalton Charles Daney Gloria Daraly Ted Davis Jack Dean George Deiarnett Aspasia Demos Pam Demos Alvin Dempsey David Dicken Tom Dowling David Drake Pinkie Drummer 4 vi? - ww C " iC Cg Y- ' A - s ' 1' '-'gjjsif ' 5 i 'fsiiessfr -C J-Cage ,sl - - f'-ff:--ef C Ignzq W, i an 4 Q is M il... S 'Ko xC ,sf ,QC CC QE f' we W 1 gg N S gk tis A e ee fl Q fliffi C. 5, -'sg f s: 1 .S --Q is 'l 1 A kg., Geraldine Cannon Beverly Carnahan David Carrick Veronica Carter Randy Castle Ronald Cate Linda Caughlin James Cazeau Sherrie Chambers Susan Chaney Jackie Chenoweth Jim Chorak Carole Claycomb Dave Clementz Nancy Cloyd Michael Coleman Gary Coley Dianne Conway Allen Cook Bob Cooper Sharon Corley is C K C. ..,. C K, rsgg CCCC C C -K C C C C s C C l r s C E C rl C J J is Cii 'T fi, sl C l i M mf ,K Lxil -Q - C, Y :L -... i f L',,L:V LE A gi :ug C Q . ee f in Ce .it e C A ' J XC J fl '.C J J K- . J 1 K' J . ' its 4 CC, C C CCC Cr -gif? tv' X K C C ,E-: V,:ECE K is C 11 .,C,,- , D CJJ 1 e C C -35 .C is . x '- 65 Freshmen -sq 1, Marilyn Duffy Y! N William Duncan " xx . 3 3 Judy Dunn "" 'iv F 4 5, , Paul Dutot YJ A .K Qt Linda Eary K I I Richard Eckhart h f ' X Nelson Eddy f L Frank Edgar 0 Charles Ehrman C ' "' , ..., 1 .N Richard Elwell Q , L ,Q f G, ' Sd Lynn Evans gf W ,,. ' R4 Marilyn Fabian -H, F ' l K W. Rudy Farkas , In VK A' Judy Farrow W Dianna Femley ' P Maryann Fenik by 1 C, 4. Q. 'Ng ,wk 6 Dglphus :enn A Q a Q ennis erguson , 'TA V"v 'N' gl Bob Fikes L 'gs l ma' Frank Finegold B Xxx . ' X Carleton Fitzpatrick Rhoda Fitzpatrick Ronald Fitzpatrick V Q Vaughn Flaherty ii -rv Q Q, j Cynthia Flood ' , X K X is TQ John Flowers as KA M, Q is X T. L. Flowers W 1 N John Foley 1 1 X , .5 1 J G . . - 'Q as fc '- A Af Vx- . ' P, 5 X 5 l Bob Fortman A K Janet Foss Edith France Marty Frankiewicz c l -A Q so .. Q gs 1 Roger Freeman ij -' - K X X 5 v Mike Frisce , " Q N A V Charles Frizzell F I, J J X X gif! Q 1 KX Q xi . 4 Pat Gaghiardi K Gene Gannon il Sharon Gargus J Steve Garwolinski K 6 3 F 1,-KE Eileen oebhmdf t 4. P sttt Q. E F Anthony Gentile 'Q' w aai' ii' K. Barbara George H -- K s If K J i 5 . Clharles F , f I I - eggy i ies - J' 0 H- Ni? Marianne Gimben 4- , - .Q . . T., .W 5 ' 2 Ralph Gingery l i' ' s P Jimm Gl nn K ,,, 2 - Y Y W rf, Q ' o nnie nn r'mvsSff,, X is .sss W J 1 H ' GW l " N x., .C i A John Goforth i n Meade Goodenow l Pat Goodwin 55, : Q, Q. G L Martha Gordon ' ' 'P Lynda Gough Gr s K 3 19" - . s Susan Greene H K 3 Sally Greening K l L A X Cathy Grotke A M Mary Grue K X- Leota Gunter 0-. Q an Ci J ft 130 el. - D'fUQ."1S 'ffl' 5. f Q L K F , K K avima a 'Q' Y. K v- J, . 5 John Hans I ' X J Ronald Harcula V yy 2 i . 4 f' 5734. , Dale Hardway ' ov . . Y -as J I M x I 66 John Harmon Fred Harpsfer Shirley Harris Lynne Harfsel Rosemary Hasko William Haugh Diana Haywood Dick Hazelfon Nick Hazelfon Sandra Heflin lorry Heinzerling Paul Helfrich John Henninger Phillip Henry Pamela Hess Demaris Hildrefh Bill Hill Ernesf Hill Fred Hill Sianley Hill Dennis Hoffman HER Class of i963 res JJ f 'W e ssrr ifjui ,, - 5, vi ' H' " J KKK J H - eill H i f if Q K . 7 an 0 "' J s yir J K KK K. KK- f i JJ J. K ' i ' J :':::.. '. H J ,,,,, - s J J H a 4,9 J LH ki ck iiy s N J ii ff if JJ J Y- J H' f . H " if ' J J f V J ' K - " . Vicki Hoffman Q HH5 Q H ie. J .f i Tom Hollidq QK K Ji KK JK J 'J J HJ J ,:., J Q Bill Homnz Ky ,. X " iii K. X A Mary Hoogenboom J ' Q J " fig? -,nf 7 Jayne Horrocks 'Ti J 2.3 --Q Ellen Horvafh A K KK H 1 N A "ii J Sally Householder H iieil if H Q fzz H' A H K John Hovekamp 1 Jiii fi 1 - iK I , K David Hower J I' i 8 . .-4 J if I K it Kg - I K 1 Barbara Huffman J , - 'J J H ' J -f 5 55 " KKKJ ki r Earl Huffman if Ji-'F HH-- ' ,L J . JJ ., . Jennifer Hulfz K - Y E K F HH .. H V Carroll Hunkley J H- ' A 'fri ' HJ, - J-,.gi'sf5?, Hs, H H 'V Y Ernie Huskinson 1 3 11 f WE 4 J ' H :.,, - Nancy Huichings . is Pat Hylion J Alena Hymes I- , QF' , 3 ' V 'iii Q .1 - A J F , e- K Elaine lgnaiz H Q' - K K iw' J r .-f Jeffrey lgnatz J if JJ J J I J' Erlene Jobs K' i I K J Betty Jackson ' , J M J , , 1JJ IIA ,iAV K J Tommy Jackson, Jr. gg? H -VJ V: Neil Jalowiec ri f f. . K KJ W J K VhgH KK Q ,L H - J H Sally Janus LAJ KJ JK , K K1 Q1 KK KK J.,. EKK -. .K Jerry Jankowski ,f Q i9"',J ' 5. fw '.., J5X Judy Janosik X J - ' Hi Charlotie Jeffrey Ji iii' ' K J Dave Johns if K an J H Alan Johnson Eric Johnson Ralph Johnson Frank Jolley Bob Jones Judy Jones Robert Jordan George Justice Lynn Kaaiz Sherrie Kaderbek Gary Kailes Daniel Kalo Edward Kafkic Keith Kelling GX, J R 'W ,J-. JJ ' , p fi . 'i Q K K-fini? ' on ' f ' I ' J- Q -.M 1 J . M H I , - ,w K "' iiiii KK K W JKKK K - i ' JJJJ 35, ' K ies- K JJJ. K f ,K . KKKKK KJJK, KK fn ,K if H5-J JJJ. JJ R H J M - 3 -f -L f " K K K J VJJJ 'I 2 JKK. s dx 5 19 Q if 1 8 h 67 nr R, -i Freshmen W L '. Som Kelly '--' L ' :k. . Q Don King if 'V J L . A g Jack Kisey J ' Q I we Y' 'EQ Leslie Kiser ' ki ' L ' Di M S' ir, Paula Klein y ,M J 'fi Xv. Sandy Klingensmith ' KA . A L 5,5 X f lk. D Carol Knepper 1 1 5 :'Q , John Knispel ' A Jim Kohlhepp I "': ' I Q K .5 Paulelle Korim 0 z 'b 1-ws' fi 5 ' V Q - 'J Ron Korka S " J V . 'es fix ' 'I Belly Kovacs Y H ' L ' f' K M A Q Janice Kowalik A ' , ,k ,.... , L Karen Kozdon A X "J I ' ' ' wJf fiS?.f- L Joyce Kraichen A Willis Krugman 1 V W il Gary Krugman A J J i in P ' Bob Kuhn , G.. 1 .L an James Lobos A A mf l V Bs in ii . Linda Laganier , ' f - 1 ' ' Janet Lance -. ' 1 L4 1' RX Bill Larkin Ruth Law - A. Lexie Layton ' --'i A 0 .N e 'L X X ew Douglas Leadenhom W6 , s K ij " is Allen Ledyard N- ,ffl ' J 9 ,W ' gy--K ff Charles Lee M , Ai l Ik ir- A X M Dick Lees h K . 'K G1 1 g tx X 1 AL Kemmh Lehman ,.w A sv ,:,i s bi Georgia Leon "' H ' x A i -, Cheryl Leonard 6-. XV F 'i n if xt K .. . in X , Marguerite Leonard 4' t Q N K h as in - U . " J in xv i Dorman Liles -T Vx- xf , q 'Qui K Paul Lingenfelfer i is . s.., . if - . "' L L' lt . s ' ' A , ,.-, ix enny News Y A H ,f Wlik A12 QQ, Betty Little A L is Pearl Liffle , John Looney l M, I lk A , K David Lowery L ,Sb r A W 7 W' J A as W . X James Lowery ,""- ,T . 1 4. 'L J, rife Sky' 1 L Francis Lynch it ::: -L K. in .x i ' . Kenneth MacDonald 1, L ' ' Y cg 1 W, fax K a . x is is A Uh Moi is A-1' w.. . fu. V, ' l .CX .. Digg 'D' ' , sr. r 'Y ,J V xi. Ang ha K X if 68 Miriam MacDonald Melodee Maddock Peggy Madok Don Mahilo Mike Marlin Bill Masonis John Motel: Ruben Maxey Judy McDonald Helen McGhee Mamie McGhee Minnie McGhee James McGuire Neil Mclnfire Ronald McKenzie Ddoris McKinney John McKilrick Veronica McKnight Claudia Meese Sieve Messaros Jewel Messer Class of i963 Rosw i t h a Metzi g Rosalie Mihalis alt W . L' Doris Miller ii I ' , K Gary Miller . 5 ,. . K .Q Patsy Miller fi' . i ' l E K " 1 'cv ' L Robert Miller '-- 5 ' Q .. - 6 5 Jeanette Mills . ' a. ,f K" e l l M it i 1 , .s if , as ,. M55 Marianne Moehle ii Sue Moehle V , Mary Moody - K Sandra Moran K Q... as ' Q ' K Tom Moss an s K, 7 VA 1 2 ,ggh , - Shannon Mowery J xx Martin Mueller " lzl' Q -4: kg Loren Mull , . . N Mary Murray li :'l":E Donald Nash 55 s Ronald Nash Q K f R . ,,., Priscilla Neal i . I K' if ,W ,gh D' Frances Nelson 'mr 'E 3 Pi' Ronald Nemeth ' I ' .-" R R R , f 1 LD 5 R . iliivl 'li'i"' Norma Menitz , , f Jack Newlcirk ,kk k ii Q , i Linda Nichols Q Q ' s A , in 4 James Nickel 1 . .1 s Charles Nelson i ii is A Q ,,,, s Vaughn Noe X s.VAf 5' E s we ' t - ' 'X 4 Betsy Norris -- 2 .'rL . i jx '-,- - 4 I -..' - Q, yyyf 3 Judy Novak i of ,g'- Richard Novak 5 N ,. E' :'. ifiil' 5 I Ronald Novak i gay - .,, , if ,L 'g i in ,:. 'K 4 i Ronny Oakler ' ' E- .1 P5 LE: - iff? vnn. Gary O'Connor 5 1 il i lxf F "ls 3 A K - Jerry Olan , b rn , I ' W' XE Vrkk L Q Tom Oleiko B mm - L iiifzwii lf. C R N RR ' R John Olenick Kathie Osborn Delmar Ott Dennis Pandy Dennis Pappas Jean Pasenow Mary Peabody A-.s is 1 QB 1' ss G' at .. .Q 1-, s 'K Y X .Q ., g 1 f . 1 J K. 2 'ns 4 Q S fn Q Dan Crum enioys reading his Herald in homeroom period while fellow students study or relax before the day's busy schedule. 69 ,us .5 bf- if l ' 0 Freshmen 'S ' MaryAnn Pearce Sieve Perkins Nancy Pfeiffer Duane Phelps Don Pilgrim 7 i Bill Piper Pitts J Georgina J rs Gerald Piifs J James Price David Pynchon Judy Rader 23 " Renee Reber Joyce Redman Sarah Reid ff K Charles Remick ,, ffj LL P L 5 Bonnie Reynolds :gi 7 r V L LL I Clifton Rhodehamel 'Ir . ' da J i 5 -. L . ,, Norman Richmond ,L sb' rg, .. L L QL ,N Michael Rigg " ty' L K' .. A - -W 4,f" Judy Roberis A J J L L LL , N L - Judy Rock I. - - ' J S " ,Er.. Doug Roesemann '. -rii- John Roig LL ' L Jim Ross J I ' 5 Q L PSP ' ' Leonard Ross ' J , L . Y LLL LL -L L James Rofhel ll J. ,-rg, lk LL - Barbara Rourke r " J 5 R L L . I ii Q it George Ruck - JK W4 ig J L L A ix . L Y L Karen Rudy i L J Belfy Ruple 'Y-E R L -ie- James Ruth I J. Linda Sabo A L N L ' Carol Sage , L L, .L ' 3 L Dawson Sallis ll - L l Q - if EL, Larry Sanford ' LLL? 1 ,.iL r " ' - J LL L LL A Q he . Linda Sarnovsky if J sf is -A ' J Sally Sawyer ll M Marilyn Saxe 1 . Jim Scarbrough gl L, f J J - is Mary Schmittgen -SZL gr I.. - ' g , L L Nancy Schmitlgen L L. P J. L: i n Sharon Schoen S .ASS nw L ,LL N Dennis Schroeder e- . L Gail Schroeder .. I mf, K L ,SAL -, ..o1.L i .Q Marlene Schultz Q' L " U H L K, A L LL 'Ui' Sue Schunk 5' .31 QL 52.7 Gayle Schulhof P' , r J J 'Q LLL J Rolland Scott , l K fl A " Wd : i f " Yvonne Shaffer - L - Richard Shank 'sr George Shanks " L LL Q, ' LL X Q- Audrey Sharp Q, L ' T LL Cheryl Sharpnack . f ' '. in , Linda Sheffield J X -. Mary Sheffield m . 2 ' . -L wifi. Shirley Shriver I ' .Lf P. ,ln - , if MaryJo Shurley , L 5 i Walter Shusfer - ' J L Bob Simko lb-rM"5 " V 0' M 'I J L :lr JoAnne Siwierka L V -35' "" L J L ' QL J isa L Walene Siwierka YL ' QF' A LL J LL if J Jim Skaggs ' ' ' ' ff J ' ' Richard Slosier in J' 1 70 4 Class ol l963 A K J 1, d J AAA, , A David Smith KK H J Judy Smith J 3 i or 1, Peter Smith K J Kf ' P Susan Smith K K K A ' ::" "" 5 S KKK Rbger Snoble in 1 J X' - K 33, ,,,:. . 'if-. f ' aan Somers I ssss Zz. r?: 5 sss ' J " L, , a L"gL J' 1. A Donald Songer ' 'ii ui ' an " Ellen Spicer E J J . J ' I Helen 5Pllfe - . V1 K A, -- , J - Rick Spinks y Q fgK fix" E ST' . .K K J S ,A is Put Sprester 'W ,,.,,, ke ' -Y, John Stalla -' f . ' ci, 1 - Loretta Stallings Q Q 'zi' ' " " I K M .. K A X ' Diane Stanford -' ' Ai,, '- Gary Stang . J , Marv Stung J is-J J 4 d J J J lf J Bill Stanton L gf I f , -M V J- 'T' , Ser f Bob Siich : jd-, is ,K 'ga -sf S I Donna Stith J Vkky K K K 'EI' I A Sharon Stone E K T ' ' J , J K, KK K Ron St. Peter ' N 1 'W Dan Stratton ' J ay.. . E ' M JoAnn Strong if A 5? J I J K kn J K ' --rs int - Q.. Robert Sumpter ff J """e- J " . M ff' - Q, J 'Q a John Sustrick A if A,AA i Q . Rosemary Sweeney ggi Q, i S' fl Linda Sweet .Ls K K .. d J ' K M --gA Ima Taylor T' ,,.. ' . ,. Q J A A K if .. ., sg TJ.. Dan Ternes "" 1, Tom Terrell . 1 " J Gayle Thomas - 1' Q , 'Kmsgi ,, i"' H Larry Thomas A lg J i 5A ,KK . 'L 4, M George Thompson K K iiil l l . it K Judy Thompson S i . ii ssrs Marion Thfeef gg ' a - :-' if :ii K 'f E Randy Tiemmes 'Q ip a qt ." it Q J if David Toth ' K K Roger Towell K K. K K Larry True K t 't J Louis True ' X Xl A V L Melvin Unger J as Julie VandeVoort K W J 1 W" RpAbert 3llanValkenburg 854 KKK KK KK I Sis ' g t an K. ary arga ,sis .kzk al K Ei. K ,S .X x 9 D""1e V'e'1e" ' J S ST ' John Vincent 4 K .gf K ' N it t Janet VonKamp in gg KK Y K li K : H nick wah: it Kenneth Wahl - ' . W, K Dewayne Walker -3 .f KK gl K gap, Mg wfifg in - Ron Walker 3 'W Y . J K ' I " I2 , t vs' L. c. wdns Y . A KK figs Kg at K' gy fl Thomas Walls A ll M K , Tom Warriner li J K A K1 A il kai KKK:-is -M 4 David wash K K J S pm' Patricia Wash , li " 55, , Judy WGHS , K K KKK KKV KK 5 K KK KK K ,.. KK KKK in Dave Wayne N . K ,L ,. . K Q Bill wdsf J gg M' K Q, MQ, Ruth West I' s I J . K ' K Judy Westcott A -fx srr' ' X - -, 7'I K Y . C we C 2 ' V I ,. 7 F' 1 K -,-4 , . i . Nancy wencon Q ' , li' Jim Westfall Q J to f 'T' ' C Alma whsr. Q- 9' A ' f. .Li,b A ,.v A 1 ' Lina Whitworth ,C ' ' ' A ., f W' "': Lana Wilcox ' ,' LEE. 1 . r.-'F-AL! ' Michael Will 'fyy A J 'fgl J M - llAl-l- ll " Audrey Williams 9535? h "1 ' H. A I U David Williams 55 "i: - dl if . Q . A -i'-. J Douglas Williams ? ' 5 I, rv Q Q-M ,, or .S illy A Ted Williams j 1 C J C " Q ' iaa W Y Jimmy wma, X in ' , I f r - J Darlene Willoughby , 9 , f , 'il J ! QDLDLL X 5 Arthur Wilson 5 lx . ' Q y I J . :ri 'ee an K... wnwn J .J f IE' . Betty Wimer it m i ' F- Cathie Winters ' N if . ' A Charlene Winters " ' my ..: N A 1 Jerry Wircenski ' 4 . gs: K M? Vi tv Kathleen Wirth 3 K7 ltr Q ' A figs! Elizabeth Wood , ,, xfx 'A 4 K. E- A Karen Wyatt Ai Gerrl Wycoff W ,, .H Q A we Jean Wyszymki f A , J' ' X Alan Young , frrrr M A 'if' William Young , . A James Yuhas ' 'J ' ' ig A Rick Zarbaugh Q75 iii, af-A is ' f f-' .,- - J sr.r Mike Zvosechz F V A ' William Adarno A ' Q ' , j k, Delmas Ashby ' V A 4 A . A fi 1 Michael Baisden 5 i- ' sa Q 3 'f ' 2 W - all ,, J- r,. e John Began 1 f i l -A C C H- be i D 9 X Rocky Detamore A ' J A K A ' A i Larry Diewald , x ll M Joanne Eshke James Harvey A Oliver Harvey 'U- Gillis Hensley -'V Robert Hackman rg. Don Hohman Willie Johnson f' XT Hibert Melton ' Q1 1 Charlene Nary MR in - . QQ Gary Powell gr Q ' 5 ' Patricia Taylor gg Q-.R Edward Webb M Q B l-'ffv W-S' X Don Whitesell Jim Harney Mary Jo Klingshern f , ..-. y . .. ..r ',, ,Q Charles Miller t 1 Ls, YL 2 - A 1 . ,V X is - 1 Ronnie Moore X H., , i n -tl V K Lv, 51. 45, I Harvey oliver ffff' 'f Q' . W ' 'Eff " ' X gy Donald Olson ,, .. L W Sharon Wyqkgff ' " . 5 - 4 V, 72 "O-o-o-lu, you're not my English teacher!" exclaims Lynn Kaaiz as he finds himself in a Typical freshman dilemma. if-Sk v eff. f S ., .sg mm M.. bw ,V 9 W3 , ,A M. N . --Q.:-Q, 1 . 'L ,bw if 2,11 x K2 A ' xx R 2533" S X X S ' A . My X X i X X X i 32395 ' its :fax . wwffg -. 1 gg QQ JY Ag' in 1 .X if X S. M X Neff . X- , NK lik K T' . W? A 5 ' W -:-- , .4 "Pass in your homework and fake our pencil and paper for a fest" These words are uffered by E.H.S. faculfy in classes almosf every day. Buf fhe aim of leaching is nof only fo impart knowledge but also io sfimulafe and inspire sfudenfs in lheir parficular inferesfs. Individual guid- ance is given to help sfudenfs with fheir present problems and fufure plans. Central Administration Directs Organization f7W"x. Dr. Franklin J. Gottfried Superintendent of Schools The Elyria City Board of Education is the legally constituted policy making body for the school district. Its members, elected at large on a non-partisan basis, serve for terms of four years each. The Board of Educa- tion meets monthly to consider recommendations of the Superintendent of Schools, to hear reports from all areas of the school system, and to set the policies under which the staff members of the school system perform their various duties. Dr. Gottfried of Entire Elyria School System. Mr. George Miraben Assistant Superintendent of Schools Board of Education Seated- Mr George Johnson Jr Dr Wesle S I1 M P' . . , ., , y u r, r, lerre Smith, Board, Mr. Robert Vandemark. Mr. H Id D' k ' ' aro IC en. Standing. Mr. W. O. McClellan Clerk of the 77 yr' Elyria High School ' Wt , Q :re g ,,...,,s FWX' Q-""W-A"' . Foster May l congratulate the students for their sincere effort to achieve worthwhile objectives. This can be best expressed by Charles Kingsley's quotation: "Thank God every morn- ing when you get up that you have something to do which must be done, Elliott, Principal whether you like it or not. Being forced to work to do your best will breed in you temperance, self-con- trol, diligence, strength of will, con- tent, ancl a hundred virtues which the idle never know." Foster Elliott 78 Looks towards Miss Marian Kemble Dean of Girls 5-J E. J. Burton Dean of Boys ,QQ--Q - George Thourot Vocational and College Counselor Administration for Guidance. L , Wayne R. McQuillin Assisfanf Principal -1' Mrs. Amy Johnston Mrs. Nancy Theodorou Recepiionisf Secrefary fo the Principal 79 Mrs. Neva Crozier Assislanf Secretary fo fhe Principal Mathematical Mysteries Challenge Students. J - Wx" P. Emory Diller 7' , ,y ..,,l Y r ' f , ' ' I 1 ffl! ' W3 1 William Paul James Pettit 'I iff! . 1 ffm.,-5, . ,,,,, , ff?-il C. E. Short ' n-9. Cletus Sweigord CIF' Robert Wendling . My -- ,f i . Q, H. l. Wilson Life insurance is a dizzy business, but Willis Krugman has mastered the problem. Marguerite Leonard and Dorman Liles watch as Willis explains the first step while Mr. Diller checks the second step. 5 This problem must be really puzzling Roy Gingery if Mr. Paul and Dave Gerbick have to give him a few helpful hints, but then doesn't trig confuse everyone once in a while? 80 The clock may tick away many hours and the waste paper bas- ket may be filled with discarded scrap paper, but these are sure signs that a student is toiling over a challenging math problem. Every year the teachers in the E.H.S. Department of Mathemat- ics broaden the scope of their teaching. Students have found that there is no end to the prob- lems to be solved by trigonom- etry, algebra, or general math procedures. To master and un- derstand the mathematical realm is the ulterior aim for the stu- dents. Fine Arts Students Express Originality. -on 'QV il fs iissg F Wigan inf? 5- Edith Harman lois Lees -ii Above: Mike Bungard, Grier Buterbaugh, and Judy Janosik welcome Mrs. Lees' assistance -as they learn the art of expressing perspective. Right: Sandra Pintur, Connie Kindig, Carol Seabold, and Elise Hoven- kamp discover that n mirror, chalk,and an easel are the only tools needed to create self portraits. Art has as many facets as the oil masterpieces and simple cray- most intricately cut diamond, but on drawings -these are only a even so, E.H.S. art students study tew of the challenges given to nearly every phase. Ceramics students by the art teachers. and precisely designed iewelry, Department Otters Exploration ot Music. ,4k.. sg --.-. gs. . 4, . . V . l .s . ' . 1 7 J A if f if " ' 4. J. Martin Beck Sidney Davis Mr. Beck points out a difficult phrase of a freshman chorus number to Jennifer Hultz and Roger Towell. The sound of music is a thrilling one and when E.H.S. 4--f students listen to the voices of a chorus or the notes of the orchestra float through the auditorium, they're proud to consider these musical groups a part of their high school. They're also lucky to have classes in theory and harmony, which combine with the musical groups to pro- vide q fine Music Depqrfmenfl Richard Decker William Walters 81 Language Study Leads To Foreign Adventures. Mary J. Dunnigan Owen Gleason Edna Jones Bill Naegele adiusts the tape recorder while Jane Frank- father speaks a few Latin phrases into the mike. Bill Caughlin prompts Jane as Miss Jones listens for mis- pronunciations. .. ' Josephine Wilcox When students graduate from E.H.S. many of them possess two or more credits for Latin, French, German, or Spanish. Through studying these languages they have not only learned basic structures, but have gained a vivid knowl- edge of the countries from which each lan- guage originated. Upon completing the course, students will many times dream of traveling to Europe or South America to see and learn more of the non-English speaking people. Recipes Come To Life ln Home Ec. For a successful home, the best homemaker learns the secrets of cooking, nutrition, and sewing. In E.H.S. the girls taking Home Economics are gain- ing a vast supply of practical and economical knowl- edge which will guarantee them an outstanding future home. Katherine Dawson ss YN , As Mrs. Whiting looks on, Jackie Yost measures the K 7" K ingredients for a cake, which is H J P"0""l5e5 lo bei' luscious one- Mabel Eubanks Darlene Whiting 82 Business Ed. Prepares Students tor Future. i as Although the cash register is empty and the sale small, Barbara Thurman finds that it's worthwhile to practice salesmanship on a shrewd customer, Kirk Nevins. Salesmanship, store management, and merchan- dising prepare students for over-the-counter business procedure, but behind those counters you'll find an- other busy world. Here stenographers, typists, clerks, and tabulators find that business is a maze of com- plicated problems. The Business Education Dept. tries to teach the students that gaining an expert and thorough training in business is a must to achieve success. Mary Dickie Carl Deeds J. D. Funk Although Miss Hess doesn't teach business machines, she's still in- terested in the fascinating tabulating machines on which Eileen Pierce, Colleen Westcott, and Margaret Myers complete their assign- ment. Sandra Baughman Carole Borchert HO' 'fm Nw Anna Catherine Hess Carol Roser 'tai Mable Vogan Virginia White it If 83 N tg 1 I XM, Q5 R 1 in Social Studies Emphasize Our Civilization. '- vrfvmunsttgg B -'um ' V 3i g Glenn Baxter That notebook may seem funny to Dona Petersen Bill Fauver and Dave Eager offer suggestions from the chart of iob opportunities. The Social Studies Department is well known to During their senior year, students make a special study every E.H.S. student, for in this department they learn of Ohio government. Teachers and students find that pres- the worId's history, the story of America and her govern- ent day problems and history offer exciting discussion ment, and the mass of social problems confronting society. material. Gateways to Future Scientific Careers Are Donald Andres: Joseph Asire Edward Allen Ralph Bauer Roy Jones lr- Q-' Q""7f Earl lautenschleger Bernard Mqchoving Richard Riddle George Sondrew A. N. Smith 84 but Mr. Watts thinks it could be improvedl Both at Home and on Foreign Soil. Bernice Helm Mary Kelly Sandra Llewellyn Janet Portz Dale Reichenbaugh 'lift .41-sv Allen Rose Clarence Sqqrbrough Robert Slager Nancy Smith Ernest Watts Opened in Science Classes. The arms of science reach from the tiny petals of the most minute flower to the farthest planet in the universeg from the engine of a car to the winds behind a jet. Such is the vast field of science studied in Elyria High. Students explore the green and growing world of nature in biology as well as in general science. In the physics lab the mysteries of mo- tion and mechanics are explained. The elements become disguised in chemistry as young chemists mix and change them. Doesn't this prove that in the E.H. S. science department we can be sure to gain a colorful and useful knowledge of science? 7 .1 liulw Dennis Hoffman checks and studies his collection of chicken embryos showing the progressive development. This was his proiect for biology which won a great deal of comment and praise. Literature, Grammar, and Dramatics Provide W ,fi iv , 1 if ff Arleen Dodez Gladys Fowell Mabel Herd Janice Jepsen Carrol Boylan Kenneth Boylan Robert Cochrane 'U mx 4' "Now watch the technique of giving a stage kiss," says Mr. Toth. But Harold Mischka seems to have already mastered the art, even if Kathy Smith is a bit ae A long list of books is on the agenda for Honors Reading so Miss Herd helps Den- nis Abahali, JoAnn Strong, Janet Von T4 '--ag' mused and turns to the class with a knowing grin. At far right, Sandy Weiss is just as amused as she looks on. Kamp, and Nancy Hutchings, on chair, choose the correct ones. 1 we M191 fm? 86 a Useful and Varied English Education. The English language is a melting pot of all the world's languages. We have in the English language the most vivid collection of literature known, the great- est dramas ever written, and the most difficult grammar in the world. No won- der a student is required to study Eng- lish for four years. None of this knowl- edge can be acquired in any shorter length of time. This department has added an extra- curricular activity: Honors Reading. Since there is a limit to class discussion of books, the teachers sponsored an or- ganization in which students could discuss books outside the classroom. This group offers a great advantage to both college-bound students and avid readers. Margaret Mahaffey 4. ft i Lucille leach L ir Mg'- fwvlgn 6 87 To learn to read more quickly is the purpose of the "reading machines." They're found in the English Office, where Susan Dudley and Alan Wehman are using them now. Neal Shultz looks on as Miss Stofer shows Alan how to adiust the machine. Paul Pritchett Lenore Shumaker Alice Stofer Phyllis Thomin Frank Toth Geraldine Wagstaff Student Craftsmen Learn the Arts of Industry. Today, boys must have a great knowledge of the arts of industry to obtain a rewarding job. The future printer has to master the basic techniques so he may ad- vance in his fieldg the auto mechanic must learn to search patiently for the trouble in a carp and the machine mechanic must figure out the intricate mechanisms of his tools. So, here in the E.H.S. Industrial Arts Department, the teachers offer their students the chance to build as great a basic knowledge as they wish. Mr. Hall shows Don Ray a slight mistake that he has made, but Don corrects it and continues to finish his mechanical drawing. Ernest Carpenter Carlton Hall Robert Hersmon James Kehler if Sd Dean Kissenberth Raymond Richards tfph -6, , Mr. Hersman helps John Davies fix his rocking chair while Dave Metzger finishes his clock and Jim Strohsack puts the final touches John Sheldon Steve Zvosec on a cabinet. 88 Gym Classes Teem With Athletic Activities. As Gloria Lance aims for the bull's eye, Mrs. Newell checks her form, besides keeping an eye on Claudia Smith as she begins to shoot. s 6:7 Russell Doon Frank Fiore D A Barbara Hughes G X x X X 13 19. "1T?,? K... Dorothy Naples ' Estelle Newell MJ. James Rakestraw Ray Wilson Physical Education offers students a chance to mas- evitvbly Complain Ub0Ul TUml3llf191 but all the while, the ter, or at least broaden, their scope of athletics. Boys 9Ym T90Chel'S Pf0d Theft' SfUdef1lS T0 k9eP Gt lf, fOr S0016- constantly try to build up their muscles while girls in- d0Y fheY'll be Qlad 'fheY did- Satety on Highways ls Aim of Student Drivers. NUI CRUSS ""' , Y ELLOW , ,R l.lNE A D0 William Barton EN lN Before driving anywhere, it's a good idea to learn the road signs you might encounter. Here, before she leaves, Rosalie Abahazi reminds herself to observe every sign of safety. t 89 Special Service Dept. Is Vital to E.H.S. .a. file .f I' fi., Q Lf v 45 fr t r I Jo Ann Branning F. A. Eaton Margaret Kishbaugh Duffrin Morris Have you ever wondered what the machine looked like that graded all those "fill-in- the-square" tests? Well, here it is. Arthur Turek and Janice Kowalik watch Mr. Smith as he whiues almost eight hundred tests per hour. Beside himis his secretary, Lucille the scores as the Hambly, who records machine gives them. fp. .Q ' Margaret Scott Q S. C. Smith Little do we know about the importance of the special services in Elyria High. But with- out them, many of us would be lost. Without a library, where would we find reference material for themes? What would we do if there were no cafeteria and we all had to .W 'C' Cornelia Stillwell Margaret Strohm 90 carry cold and dry lunches? When a head- ache suddenly strikes, where do we go and whom do we see? We all know the answers to these questions, since each one is a special service. Yes, E.H.S. is glad it has such a use- ful dnd helpful Special Services crew. Cafeteria Ladies Seated: Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Ignotz, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. lngel, Mrs- Coe, Mrs- BVC"1nln9, Mrs. WelCl", MVS- Bfllw- Amidon, Mrs. Hansen. Standing: Mrs. Krupko, Mrs. By the time lunch per- iod rolls around, almost every student is practically starved. We're surely glad there are such talented and good cooks behind the scenes in the cafete- ria. Bus Drivers Whether it's on a cold and crisp, or hot and sticky morning, the students who ride the buses can be sure that they will arrive bright and early. Each student in E.H.S. honestly appreciates the bus ride home from school and in the morning. Front Row: Mr. Blystone, Mrs. Sooy, Mrs. Wolfe, Mr. Maurer. Second Row: Mr. King, Mr. Surmon. Custodians 5 E 5 . 1 S .V Seated: Mrs. Ball, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Billen, Mrs. An- Mr. Taylor, Mr. Rowen, Mrs. Philips. derson. Standing: Mrs. Kovach, Mr. Shook, Larry Ives, 91 Have you ever noticed how shiny the floors are after a vacation, or how clean the windows are? And if you attend a dance after a game, you'll no- tice a custodian keeping things in order. Look a- round! You'll see why we should really thank our custodians. ACTIVITIES ... .-Q.. , . .. .Q .,. ...... ., Y Q . . . . . ,I . . , .I . . . . . . n v 4 4 I. Q 1 . .. . . Q u 4 4 9 Q . n Q Q Q 4 If . u 1 a can Q Q Q Q Q Q . as X When the 3 o'clock bell at E.H.S. rings, students may be seen rushing from their classes to extra-curricular activities. These organizations not only give opportunities for self-ex- pression and relaxation, but they fur- ther specific interests and develop qualities of leadership and group co- operation. There are also service clubs which function during class hours and perform important duties for the school and community. Student Council Acts as the Voice of E.H.S. Front Row: Mr. Watts, P. Madolc, S. Hultz, J. Kuss, K. Haag, S. Ott, S. Slosier, P. Abahazi, M. Towner, S. Orr Treasurer, J. Wilcox, J. Farrow, J. Dillmcn, G. Leon. Second Row: B. Horvarth, J. Von Kamp, L. Sheffield, D. Haywood, N. Hutching, N. Madok, S. Dyke, J. Moore L. Roberts M. Barndollar, G. Buterbaugh, S. Mowery, J. Shupp, D. Overs. Third Row: S. Corin, M. Aebie, S. Schmittgen, L. Nichols, P. Murrphy Secretary, B. Kovacs, M. Gimben, P. Lutz, J. Zak, M. Van Valkenburg, H. Sheperd, D. Cummons, J. Ellis, K. Miller, D. Stith. The goals of the Student Council are to promote the general welfare of the school, to encourage worthy stu- dent activities, to foster enthusiastic school spirit, and to take an active .Jart in the solution of school problems. lt consists of one representative from each home room and the elected offi- cers of the Student Council. The Exe- cutive Board is made up of the officers of the Student Council and of directors elected by the home room representa- tives of the respective classes. Fourth Row: T. Chucko, M. Frankiewiez, I. Brawn, M. Washka, W. Jones, W. Church, L. Kearse Vice President, L. Buterbaugh, W. Murray, J. Wilson, C. McKay, S. Novak, K. Gruen, J. Rothel, B. Baughman, S. Walters, T. Struck. Fifth Row: S. Lengel, N. Schultz. L. Sanford, G. Chipikites, D. Roberts, S. Hays, B. Kopis, G. Hecht, R. Breclcelbaum, D. Crum, D. Bush, R. Redington, J. Keller. D. Gallo, J. Kurtz President, W. Younlcin. Absent: B. Grant, D. Eager Marianne Gimben helps publicize the clean- l up campaign, one of the many Student Council projects to improve E.H.S. l Youth Council ls Active in Civic Affairs. The purposes of the Youth Council are to afford teen-agers the oppor- tunity of serving in the city's life and activities and provide a medium for youth expression and the planning of their own recreation. The council gives youth the experience needed to devel- op future leaders. The delegates from Elyria High School, Elyria District Catholic High School, and various or- ganizations participate in the follow- ing committees: Civic Affairs, Com- munity Service, Council Chatter, Li- brary, Publicity, World Affairs, and Recreation. John Davies, one of the iudges of Bicycle Court, explains the importance of safety to a first offender. 3 Front Row: J. Kuss, A. Moss, S. Slozier, P. Madok, D. Haywood, P. Turner, N. Madok, N. Orr, C. Johnston, J. Purcell, M. Hancock S. Heinzerling, N. Abookire. Second Row: S. Karin, C. Rosenbaum, S. Orr, J. Dillman, M. Stephan, M. Aebie, S. Becket, S. Reasar, M Madok, P. Murphy, L. Roberts. Third Row: T. Struck, J. Fields, J Wilson, K. Hancock, K. Moore Corresponding Secretary, N. Briton S. Kelner, L. Kearse, J. Rock, M. Dickie, P. Loeb, J. Schilling, D is 'gm Kuss, C. Seabold, B. Norris. Fourth Row: S. Mowery, W. Church, R. Poad, N. Schultz, B. Perkins, B. VanValkenburg, J. Bishop, G. Miraben, R. Emsley, S. Hayes, J. Brown, B. Baughman, S. Walters. Fifth Row: R. Breckelbaum, D. Crum, J. Panoff, B. Novak Vice President, J Kurtz, C. Redington. Absent: P. Crum, D. Dicken, D. Garrett, B. Grant, R. Gruen, T. Haag, B. Hall, B. Kopis, K. Nevins, E. ten Hoff. Elyrian Presents Visual History of Year. as 0 fi. l From Row: R, Simon, B, Baird, C, McKay, M, Wgghkql A, MOSS, D. Pallas, J. Steller, B. Francis. Third Row: D. Fox, B. Nickel, T Mrs. Boylan. Second Row: S. Kelner, G. Wassermann, 5. Stoke, 1 K "8 .gi ts Stal R gomzzksa ril Os Eg, ,.,1" A- .ff "This idea would be swell for our student life section", says business manager, Barb Nickel, to Elyrian editor, Alice Moss, as adviser, Mrs. Boylan, looks on. 96 Householder, W. Van Oster, B. Kaatz, D. Schnur. What makes a yearbook' successful, and what are the duties of an Elyrian staff mem- ber? The prosperity of any yearbook lies within its staff. Yes, everyone, from the editor to the newest member must co-operate and do his share of the work. Drawing a layout, scheduling a picture, writing copy, designing a cover, and alphabetizing miniature pictures are a few of the many tasks which must be clone to meet the goal of presenting an ac- curate, pictorial record of the year's activities. When another year is over, and a new Elyrian is completed, it is then that each member of the Elyrian staff knows the satisfaction and value of tireless efforts. Herald Prints News and Views of E. H. S. Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Yes, this is the familiar cry, when each new edition of the Herald makes its bi-monthly appear- ance. And thanks to the members of the E.H.S. newspaper staff we are able to do iust that: "Read all about it." Throughout the school year the staff members keep us up to date on activities in and out of school. For the Herald, iust like any other newspaper, has its reporters on the scene, so that we at Elyria High are better informed. Many pre- cious hours of work are spent on preparing the dummy, counting tax stamps, taking pic- tures, typing, and writing stories. This year the Herald staff worked extra hard to publish a special edition in recognition of the Home- coming Queen and her court. .-.........-I ""s. Working on their next edition of the Herald, are Ken Rosenbaum, sports editor, Judy Johnson, second page editor, Miss Mahaffey, adviser, Carol Ardman, third page editor, and Judy Moos, first page editor. Front Row: D. Miller, B. Butte, P. Mull. B. Kelly, C. Szanyi, J. Moos, J. Johnson. Second Row: B. Kailes, S. Stammitte, J. Hyer, D. Carter, Rosenbaum, R. Zarbaugh, E. Huber, A. Gildzen, M. Rigg, I. Braun, E. Huskinson, Miss Mahaffery. Absent: B. Huiett. S. Morey, C. Ardman, B. Sommers, J. Shoemaker. Third Row: K. 97 Language Clubs Enioy "I bid 1750 denarii!" "I bid T800 denarri!" And so the Roman masters continue purchasing their slaves. Actually the "slaves" are new Latin Club members, and the masters are officers of the club. Following this auc- tion, they hold their annual Roman Banquet. A newcomer to the language clubs is the German Club, formed through the enthusiam and suggestions of the German students. A Christmas party was just one of the club's highlights this year. The tri-color bows, which symbolize the blue, white, and red of the French flag, are worn by French Club Romance of Cther Lands. members at their annual tureen and initiation. The guest of honor at this affair was Collette Bavarez, an Oberlir College student from France, who gave a speech about French customs and ways of life. The gala Mardi Gras, which provides an evening of fun for the whole student body, climaxes the activities of this group. At the Spanish Club meetings, Spanish games pro- vide entertainment and increase the students' knowledge of the language. Miss Bliss, who spent her summer living with a family in Mexico, gave a speech about her experiences at one of its meetings. LATIN CLUB Front Row: Miss Jones Adviser, M. Allen, J. Frankfather Scriba, K. Haag, J. Earley, J. Dillman, S. Orr, M. Towner, M. Washka. Second Row: B. Naegele, D. Schriner, I.. Buterbaugh Qvaestor, P. Myers Aedile, J. Baumhardt, M. Meyne, C. Neighbour, J. Reynhout, L. Bechtel, D. Fox. Third Row: S. McDonald, D. Wolff, J. Shaw, D. Schnur, P. Price, S. Walters First Consul, C. Rider, B. Caughlin Second Consul, J. Brumenschenkel. s s 3 i GERMAN CLUB Benton, L. Lanaghan, A. White, B. larin D. Perkins. Second Row: Mr. Gleason Adviser, B. Wilds, R. Mihalis, J. Refenning, E. Jobs, C. Rosenbaum, B. Sarver, D. Heidl- berg, S. Schmittgen Vice-President, Glenda Boyle. Third Row: D. Pallas, S. Floyd, M. labs, M. Nielsen, K. Krugman, J. Harmon, S. Smith, D. Reindl, B. Biddinger. Fourth Row: A. Crandall, C. Greer Treasurer, H. Hincliffe, C. Gsotke, C. Sharpnack, l. Rubin President, K. Hamister, B. Meyer, P. Arenz. Fifth Row: D. Roesemann, E. Huber, G. Lander, R. Conley, J. Brumenschenkel, F. Vorhis, R. Brekelbaum, B. Miller, R. Nedwiclc, D. Roberts. Front Row: J. Averbook, J. Hultz, D. Ferguson, D. Baughman, D. Lees, C. 1 FRENCH CLUB Hifi 0 ft fs A Front Row: Miss Wilcox Adviser, L. Harsel, C. Sage, B. Boyd, R. S. Stammitti, P. Pappas, M. Henderson, A. Axx, R. Reber, J. Mills, C. Smith, J. Van de Voort, S. Orr, M. Maddock, S. Jaffe, P. Madok, M. Towner, M. Schultz, Mr. Pritchett. Second Row: S. Heinzerling, S. Hultz, S. Beckett President, E. Lowery, D. Mitchell, P. Lutz, C. Adams, M. Campbell, J. Sparks, J. Shoemaker, M. Lynn, B. Burgess, C. Ardman, J. Zak, J. McDonald, J. Stith, M. Barr, P. Murphy, L. Sheffield. Third Row: P. Knuff, K. Krieg, E. Kirkhart, D. Stith, M. Gimben, C. Alexander, A. Eschhe, D. Walker, L. Tarry, S. Gargus, L. Brown, G. Taylor, D. Papp, B. Billman, S. Cooper, L. Nichols, D. Sadler, J. Von Kamp, M. Braun. Fourth Row: P. Dutot, J. Westfall, C. Seabold, D. Peterson Treasurer, S. Morris, M. Cheesman Secretary, B. Francis, M. Dickie, C. Merrill, G. Stone, A. Hoffman, J. Dunn, M. Saxe, K. Gruen, S. Moehle, D. Kuss, G. Buterbaugh, N. Sandrock. Fifth Row: H. Mischka, H. Haskins, T. Queen, A. Gildzen, K. DeFazio, J. Mills, D. Scholle, J. Shellevy, G. Wasserman, A. Cantwell, J. Wilson, R. Nemeth, K. Ballas, B. Nickel Vice-President, C. Pleska, N. Kontos, L. Heinzerling, D. Livingstone, B. Emslie. SPANISH CLUB Front Row: Miss Dunigan Adviser, V. Alexander, T. Altfeld, J. Lawrence, B. Somers, S. Loose, S. Smith, R. Abahazi, J. Shoemaker, N. Orr, S. Elliott, S. Taylor, S. Dyke, R. Maxey, D. Abahazi, P. Lingenfelter, T. Warriner. Second Row: J. Ross, P. Ryan, K. Paulette, M. Van Horn, C. Harley, J. Wiley, P. Booth, K. Northcutt, L. Whitworth, J. Thompson, J. Jones, L. Sarnousky, S. Beckett, M Griffiths, S. Morey, L. Saba, J. Beeamy. Third Row: A. Earley Secretary K. King, D. Smith, M. Bainbridge, F. Turner, S. Kosco, R. Papenbrock S. Row, M. Barndollar, A. Hoffman, C. Lessin, K. Hancock President, 1 L. Moore, J. Moos, S. Kelner, S. Stoyke, J. Underwood, A. Gildzen Fourth Row: J. Salisbury, S. Strickler, N. Nieding, M. Scott, B Horwitz, M. Schmittgen, M. Goodenow, J. Strong, K. Robinson J. Jones, K. Speigle, B. Baird, L. Schmittgen, J. Mahar, J. Steller, S. Novak, M. Schneider. Fifth Row: N. Landis, J. Andress, J. Mc Laughlin, D. Bastik, E. Becker, G. Zimmerman, C. Banik, J. Fowkes, S. Goldsmith Treasurer, J. Schmittgen, V. Heidlberg, D. Krueck, S Walters, N. Schultz, R. Russell, D. Bush Vice-President, S. Lengel, D Davies. 1 Science Clubs Require Initiative. The philosophy of the Science Clubs is to increase the depth and widen the base of scientific knowledge that students are exposed to. The four main divisions of these clubs are as follows: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Gen- eral Science. They give the student more prac- tice in the skills and abilities used in the scien- tific method, and encourage him to concentrate, correlate, and evaluate any idea or process which he is exposed to. They also offer him an opportunity to do individual work on a re- search proiect which he will exhibit at the Science Fair. This fair is co-sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, Elyria Catholic High School, and Elyria High School. lnquisitive spectators look on while Tim lutz explains his winning Science Fair proiect. 100 Willis Krugman, the proud exhibitor, stands by his Science Fair pro- iect. Front Row: Mr. Jones Adviser, J. Taylor, M. McDowell, S. Loose, J. Watts, R. Mihalis, S. Witherspoon, M. Nielsen, J. Baumhardt, C. Cope, S. Chambers, L. Baker, P. Kadas, S. Corin, P. Hess, S. Greening, K. Nelson, M. Bainbridge, B. Francis, D. Kuss, S. McRae, Mr. Allen Adviser. Second Row: Mr. Sandrew Adviser. D. Hoffman, B. Somers, B. Kailes, D. Hill, W. Scott, D. Bush. R. Poad, J. Strong, B. Ewing, E. Ellison, S. Stoyke, J. Salisbury, J. Miller, B. Jones, L. Mull, D. Allen, D. Peters, L. Copas, J. Ely, Mr. Bauer Adviser. Third Row: H. Hinchclitt, R. Towell, D. Harrison, B. Ruple, E. Spicer, D. Songer, K. Rosenbaum, J. Knispel, W. Jones, R. Wagner, L. Shrubsole, P. Nor- ris, B. Naezele, D. Scott, D. Garrett, S. Novak, R. Frankiewics, F. Eldridge. Fourth Row: J. Dyer, B. Horvath, R. Gingery, J. Enyedy, N. Williams, A. Berke, D. Bell, D. Simmons, B. Kaatz, F. Finegold, P. Price, J. Under- wood, S. Goldsmith, J. Bishop, R. Conley, F. Vorhis, M. Taylor, D. Beal. Fifth Row: R. Ott, J. Snoble, E. Rider, D. Schroeder, D. DuPerow, R. Beeson, B. Bechtel, J. Lauterschleger, T. Wieseke, B. Emslie, D. Gallo, J. Nickel, J. Varga, J. McDoniel, J. Kurtz, S. Lengel, C. Redington, A. Pecaut. Soil conservation is an important part ot America, as illustrated by Ruth Law. E.H.S. Students Gain Special Honors. A 9, . .Q V.I.C. OFFICERS Gordon Chipukites standing, and Larry Higginbotham seated, gained outstandin ositions in Bo s' V.l.C. At the meeting in Columbus 9 P Y Gordon was elected president of the state. Larry was picked to rep- resent the office of vice-president of our district. BETTY CROCKER WINNER Judy Salisbury proudly displays the pin she earned by placing high on the Betty Crocker Future Homemakers test. Her reward was a pin engraved with "Home is where the heart lies." BUCKEYE BOYS AND GIRLS The Buckeye Boys and Girls are chosen by an American legion cam- mittee for scholarship, leadership and interest in government. Dele- gates, which come from all over Ohio, operate a fictitious federal government. Our representatives are: C. Seabold, G. Miraben, R. Poad, J. Kurtz, B. Novak. THESPIANS HONOR WRITERS D. Kellogg, C. Szanyi, R. Elzey, and P. Karbowniczek won recognition for the poems they wrote and submitted to the National Anthology of High School Poetry. ,-.ual an After a student participates in plays, on crews and receives a certain number ot points, his efforts are rewarded by being taken into Thespiuns. Front Row: J. Long, D. Mitchell, P, Vandemark. Second Row: M. Braun, G. Hecht, M. Towner, C. Ardman, S. Jaffe, B. Baughman, C. Lessin, Third Row: S. Weiss, J. Huff, P. Price, B. Emslie, M. Dickie, J. Ely, J. Ellis. ART WINNERS Five students in the advanced art classes entered their drawings in the Outdoor Show in Ely Park sponsored by the Ely Junior Woman's Club. They won blue ribbons. Seated: C. Kindig and S. Pinter. Standing: B. Huiett, J. Sparks, and M. Weisman. fbi, if 3' fffbx . i Honors Reading Explores Literature. One of the newest organizations in Elyria High School is Honors Reading. lts purpose is to gain a fuller knowledge of literary works by discussing them in after- school meetings. Many books which they discuss are rela- tively new novels, while others are the old classics. Since the organization is divided into grade levels, a special list of books is given to each group. Among the books dis- S3 SENIORS maker, J. Frankfather, S. Weiss, M McDowell, C. Ardman President, M. Hauer Johnson Vice-President, K. Miller, D R. Papenbrock. Third Row: G. Salladay N. Zvosechz, E. ten Hoff, K. Moore, C Lessin, C. Morgan, K. Hancock, C. Seabold tary. Fourth Row: Miss Fowell Adviser, N. Williams, V. Heidlberg, J. Salisbury, M. Cheesman, C. Banik, S. Stoyke, N. Briton, M. Barndollar. Fifth Row: E. Ellison, J. Shilling, P. Loeb, G. Miraben, B. Emslie, A. Pecaut, B. Caughlin, D. Brewer, J. Y , Bishop, B. Nickel, A. Hoffman. cussed by the iuniors was Pride and Prejudice, while seniors avidly delved into Green Mansions. Sophomores were very enthusiastic about Ben Hur, but the freshmen really came through with flying colors in their discussion of The Diary of Anne Frank. Honors Reading is a very educational and enioyable experience for many E.H.S. students. JUNIORS Front Row: P. Booth, N. Abookire, M. Nielsen, Miss Wagstaff Adviser, P. Laganier, R. Elzey, S. Bradley, C. Petras. Second Row: J. Wiley, P. Greene, P. Mull, N. Swan, S. Hewitt Vice-President, J. Heathcote, J. Ruby, D. Hill. Third Row: E, Hovekamp, G. Wasserman, C. McKay, C. Szanyi, L. Brown Book Secretary, S. Novak, M. Braun Recording Secretary, J. Wilson, R. Miholis. Fourth Row: A. Cady, J. Underwood, J. Brumenschenkel, L. Keurse, A. Gildzen President, T. Queen, D. Edwards, B. Baughman. Front Row: A. Everhart, N. Orr, J. Shoe- 1 A. Moss. Second Row: M. Stephan, J. Mitchell, s. Popp, G. oamben, o. Sadler: 1 1 S. Cooper, H. Shepherd Recording Secre- SOPHOMORES Front Row: L. lanaghan, D. Roig, S. Beckett, J. Earley, P. Swain M. Towner, E. Lowery Book Secretary, S. Orr, Miss Jepsen Adviserl Second Row: C. Eskins, L. Bechtel, D. Gruber, A. McDaniel, P Myers, S. Schmittgen Recording Secretary, J. Krugman, B. Corin Third Row: K. Harrington, L. Harding Vice-President J Schmittgen G- B'-1il0SlKY, L. Rubin, W. Hill, J. Shaw President: J: Walker Fl Vorhis. ' ' FRESHMEN Front Row: Miss Herd Adviser, B. Somers, A. Demos, R. Maley, C. Bryner, J. Watts, L. Sweet, S. Schunk, J. Farrow, D. Hildreth, C. Sage, C. Claycomb, P. Korim, E. Jabs, J. Smith, D. Walker, T. Warriner, Mr. Boylan Co-ordinator. Second Row: K. Rudy, J. Harroclcs, C. Brenneman, G. Schulhof, S. Adolph, K. Kozdon, C. Batdorf, D. Femley, C. Sharpnack, J. Lance, J. Berglund, R. Mihalis, A. White L. Layton, R. Metzig, D. Abahazi, R. Spinks, D. Miller. Third Row: J. Jonosik, P. Miller, S. Moran, P. Hylton, M. Gimben, M. Berlcebule P. Gillies, S. Greening, L. Sabo, M. Sheffield, D. Albrecht. M. r 1 Hoogenboom, S. Moehle, J. Harmon, P. Helfrich, D. Balcar. Fourth Row: M. Coleman, L. Baker, M. Moehle, S. Chambers, M. Shurley, L. Whitworth, L. Sarnousky, M. Aebie, N. Schmittgen, N. Hutchings, P. Henry, D. Williams, B. Jones, P. Lingenfelter, G. Ruck, A. Berke, D. Hoffman. Fifth Row: B. Piper, S. Janos, L. Kiser, N. Nemitz, L. Bennett, M. Gooclenow, R. Edwell, D. Stith, L. Nichols, M. Saxe, M. Schmittgen, J. Strong, J. VonKamp, J. Foss, L. Heinzerling, B. Norris, D. Sieker. F.T.A.'ers Are Inspired by Student Teaching. 'ks X Sara Smith points to o diagrammed sentence on the board as she does her student teaching at Eastern Heights. Front Row: Miss Llewellyn Adviser, K. Haag, M. VanHorn, P. Richard- son, M. McDowell, S. Weiss, S. Smith, S. Bradley, R. Abahazi, J. Franlslather President, B. Boyd, A. Moss, J. Gorrard, S. Kosco, K. Krieg, C. Morgan. Second Row: P. Towell, J. Stith, S. Schilling, S. Meschke, A. Axx, S. Heinzerling Treasurer, J. Baumhardt, C. Ardman, N. Aboolsire, M. Dickie, M. Stephan, R. Papenbrock, D. Sadler, S. Elliot, D. Armstrong, K. Hancock, S. Morris. Third Row: K. Moore, J. Johnson Vice-President, S. Roe, P. Lutz, E. Hovelcamp, K. Horvath, In Elyria High the Margaret E. Edwards Chapter of Future Teachers of America aims to interest as many stu- dents as possible in the teaching profession by showing movies and inviting guest speakers to their meetings. During the school year the members participate in activ- ities such as student teaching in the grade schools and ushering for various faculty events. A very important proiect is raising money for the annual F.T.A. scholarship awarded to a senior member in June. B. Fielder, C. Petrus, J. Ellis, J. Wilson, V. Goppelt, R. Mihalis, C. Lessin, B. Horwitz, C. Eslxins, S. Hubbard. Fourth Row: H. Feher, J. Wyszynski, J. Moos Secretary, B. Baird, A. Hoffman, D. Reiddl, D. Mitchell, S. McRae, K. Enczi, C. Szanyi, K. Speigle, K. Robinson, D. Thompson, L. Bechtel, J. Shilling, J. Fowkes, D. Davies. Fifth Row: C. Pleska, P. Price, M. Wallace, G. Bailosky, R Nemeth, J. Taylor, J. Steller, N. Williams, C. Bonik, A. Bantwell, D. Myers, D. Krueck, J. Bishop, P. Horn, R. Redington. F.B.L.A. Plans For Commercial Careers. Mrs. Dickie Adviser, D. Conway, P. Abahazi, J. Horrocks, P. Pappas, J. Provonznik, J. Welch, S. Ott, S. Slosier, C. Chipukites Treasurer, S. Jalowiec Secretary, C. Claycomb, B. Peterman, K. Gall, K. Cluley, P. Wash, B. Rourke, J. Kratchen, M. Shreve. Second Row: T. Mason, B. Kaatz, S. Kelley, D. Morris, V. Cate, C. Keiffer, M. Northeim, K. Kelly, P. Sparr, J. Cammarn Vice-President, L. Shaw Reporter, G. Cashner President, B. George, J. Diewald, K. Rogers, M. Eschke, L. Snyder, V. Smith, C. Coleman. Third Row: D. Bastik, P. Kadas, J. Gary, S. Reeser, J. Miller, D. Wasuk, B. The business world of tomorrow will depend upon to- day's members of Future Business Leaders of America. The F.B.L.A. chapter in Elyria High is quite new, but so Red Cross Proiects Riech, S. Bruce, M. VanValkenburg, M. Veres, J. Swart, S. Jones. G. Dumke, S. Dupler, C. Nemeth, B. Huffman, R. Maxwell. Fourth Row: D. DuPerow, J. Crowell, M. Detillio, K. Bara, S. Braund, K. Kemery, J. Kochis, C. Shau, J. Slack, H. Krueger, S. Folley, J. Stone, B. Beal, J. Houpt, S. Zaorski, E. Lotus. Fifth Row: R. Barnes, S. Brown, S. Simmons, P. Knuff, B. Reynolds, J. Strickler, S. Jacobs, L. Wilcox, N. Koepp, D. Clouser, J. DeFazio, J. Kirkhart, D. Holzhauer, L. Peterson, K. Thompson, D. Walker, L. Laury. Absent: S. Jones, L. Reynolds. far it has been a very active organization. Among its activities were the Basketball Bounce, co-sponsored with F.T.A., and the sale of cookies. Help Community. Front Row: S. Jalowiec, B. Petermon, J. Lichty, D. Gainer, N. Orr, S. Jaffe, J. Sparks Secretary-Treasurer, S. Flynn, Y. Lawson, D. Perkins, J. Krugman. Second Row: K. Geenke, P. Ryan, M. Griffiths, J. Van de Voort, L. Nichals, P. Lutz, M. Dickie, K. Gruen, E. Wood, Junior Red Cross, an organization which stems from the National Red Cross, is one of E.H.S.'s charitable groups. They do not collect dues but raise money for their ventures by such things as selling cookies and S. Beckett, S. Stammitt. Third Row: C. Smith, J. Stith, C. Sallis, S. Braegger, D. Schnur, J. Shores, M. Lynn, J. Crowell, P. Loeb Vice- President, Miss Portz Adviser. Absent: P. Crum President. sponsoring a dance. Proiects for this year included a collection of clothes for a needy family at Christmas time and a party for retarded children. Announcers Broadcast E H. S. News. Mimeograph Workers Run Ott Tests, Study Guides. Front Row: P. Karbowniczek, Miss Vogan Adviser, J. Green. Second Row: E. Pearce, S. Stevens, M. Lance, W. Rodman. Third Row: M. Myers, K. Miller, A. Miko, S. Popp. Absent: B. Christensen, J. lsom, M. Kenny, B. Lawson, C. Weich. Tap! Tap! Ting! This is the sound of a mimeograph worker typing a stencil. As soon as it is completed, the worker conscientiously duplicates it on the mimeograph machine, until the required number of copies has been obtained. Finally, the recipients, who are teachers, organizations, or anyone who has a part in E.H.S. receive their finished products and fully realize how important and use- ful these girls are . . . our mimeo- graph workers. I Front Row: L. Kearse, S. Page, J. Purcell, K. Hoag, S. Weinstein S. Weiss, M. McDowell Head Announcer, M. Barndollar, H. Mischka M. Stephen. Second Row: J. Wyszynski, B. Billman, P. Mull, R. Elzey. M. Barr, C. Petras, G. Lance, J. Steller, D. Myers. Third Row: B. Jones, B. Baughman, T. Queen, S. Morris, C. Seabold, A. Hoffman, B. Kopis G. Hecht, P. Dunford. Absent: B. Baird, P. Crum, J. Doon, B. Donahue, S. Goldsmith, S. Schilling, P. Vandemork, J. Wilson. f Every morning with enthusiastic voices the announcers broadcast the daily news of E.H.S. Whether a message is inviting the student body to a Saturday night dance or reminding people of an important meeting, it notifies students or teacher. Office Workers Aid School Secretaries. Front Row: S. Hales, M. Cheesman, K. Hancock, G. Carter, D. Roig, S. Kosco. Second Row: J. Wilson, l.. Chambers, Mrs. Simon, Adviser, Have you ever seen a student energetically deliver- ing slips, filing cards, or compiling the absence list? These people are the office workers and slip collectors P. Horn, S. Goldsmith D. Bartos. who make the lood of the school secretaries a little lighter. Monitors Act as Ambassadors of Good Will. T i . Front Row: H. Seitter, L. Gomez, C. Johnston, N. Hornbeck, S. Weiss, D. Hill, G. Fogle, S. Stammiti, B. Boyd, J. Sparks, P. Karbowniczek, C. Figula, S. Koch, V. Golpelt, K. Hamister, D. Speroff, J. Zak. Second Row: Mr. McQuillin, P. Lutz, T. Altteld, J. Shupp, J. Purcell, M. Neil- sen, S. Meschke, P. Swain, M. Allen, S. Dudley, A. Everhart, R. Pap- enbrock, D. Sadler, J. Ellis, D. Smith, R. Ferry, D. Edwards, J. Moore. Third Row: M. Dickie, K. Northcutt, D. Wence, J. Reynhout, M. Barndollar, G. Dumke, L. Looney, J. Moore. K. Hancock, S. Morris, he .gs essin, J. Taylor, D. Brewer, S. Carin, J. Piatt, T. Queen, A. Gilclzen, R. Poad. Fourth Row: H. Blake, D. Danciske, D. Bartos, J. Cobb, K. Harrington, K. DeFazio, M. Audrich, C. Pleska, K. Ballas, L. Kearse, A. Miko, B. Kopis, V. Rock, G. Carrothers, J. McLaughlin, J. Brumenschenkel, D. Prochazka, D. Bush, W. Younkin. Absent: B. Caughlin, J. Kline, B. Lawson, J. Moore, J. Green, C. Morgan, S. Kelner, R. Abahazi, H. Heber, T. Haag. ln Elyria High there is one organization, which, although they elect no officers and do not hold meet- ings, is one of the most useful groups in school. They are monitors. Each monitor relinquishes one study hall a day to serve in his post by one of the en- trances to E.H.S. Besides the main duty of keeping track of students leaving and entering the building, a monitor acts as a guide and information service to the many people who come to Elyria High on business. All visitors who come here unocquainted with our maze of halls welcome guidance, so, they turn to the monitors and ask for what information they need. The monitor will answer their questions with a friendly smile and send them on their way. All in all, it could well be said that the monitors are E.H.S.'s police force and welcoming committee. "It's that way," says monitor, Anne Everhart. Ker' Taylor and Dave Currie, Alumni of E.H.S., are still confused when they visit our school. D.E.C.A. Members Join Elyria's Commercial World. Front Row: D. Lake, J. Seymore, G. Murphy, P. Shingleton, C. Bart- baugh Treasurer, R. Wood. Second Row: P. Wirth, B. McDivitt, D. Clark, B. Vash, R. Greco, C.wSparks, B. Hastings Vice President, K. The members of the Distributive Education Clubs of America are our junior businessmen of today, and our business leaders of tomorrow. The members of the Elyria High chapter take an active part in commercial Elyria, brim Spaulding, K. Szabo. Third Row: Mr. Deeds Adviser, J. Wynn, D. Cutshall, T. Sudro President, A. Szaniszlo, K. Garbash, B. Hastings Treasurer. as well as studying business technique, merchandising, and ethical procedures in school. On the second floor many students notice the outstanding display window which members of D.E.C.A. arrange weekly. Photo Squad Practices First Rate Photography. Smile! Say, "Cheese," Flick! Click! One of the Photo Squad members has just taken your pic- ture. Now, he might send the pic- ture to a contest, or us it as a topic of discussion. All activities of the Squad help members gain more ex- perience in the field of photog- raphy. Many Squad members will choose photography as their pro- fession. Front Row: D. Livingston, M. Strickler, D. Kellogg, J. Townsend. Second Row: D. Roesemann, B. Kaatz, J. Huff, Mr. lauten- schleger. Absent: R. Conley. T. Householder, ' T. Warriner, J. Hyer. l Student Workers Keep E. H. S. Library in Order -it :JK Proiectionists Assist With Visual Aids. Front Row: R. Haywood G, Kailes, D. Machock. Second Row: R, Schlldt, R. Conley, l.. Hubbell, J. Kokai. "Lights, camera, action!" is a symbolic command given to the E.H.S. proiectionists to begin the showing of another educational movie. Although troubles, from the breaking of the film to its running off the sound track, may occur, the knowledge possessed by the student helpers enable them to quickly make a repair. 1 5 t X.: yd X Front Row: B. Scott, S. Bosley, S. Heinzerling, J. Hoffman, J. Slack J. Jalowiec, L. Lanahan, C. Hartly, J. Lichty. Second Row: K. Emlich, G. Truskowski, S. Jones, W. Young, E. Crosby, N. Niecling, J. Maple. J. Houpt, M. Guignette, Miss Scott. Third Row: P. Haefele, D. Wolf, P. Gillies J. Shaw L. Kilzer J. Fowkes F. Vorhis D. Queen, C Lander, L. Bechtel, J. Guignette. Absent: B. Vash, R. Nemeth, H Briggs, C. Licking. I "A-Jack-of-all-trades" is a description that perfectly fits the student volunteers who assist in the library. These are among the tasks, that fill their busy minutes: collecting magazines, shelving books, repairing and re- binding used volumes, checking out books, straightening racks, revising the card catalogue, and creating displays. The workers pleasantly try to answer any questions and otherwise help those who visit the library. Cafeteria Workers Help Appease Hunger. "-nllnivix Front Row-J Heathcote M Lnn S Bosle S Scholm J Diewold . . , . y , . y, . , . , J. Cammaran, S. Moehle, H. Seitter. Second Row: C. Knepper, P. Fikes, I. Bako, S. Jones, P. Kodas, M. Vc1nValkenburg, D. Schoen Clink! Clatter! Crunch! Whoopsl, here comes the next lunch crowd. Cafeteria workers bravely stand behind counters shuddering as the barrage of hunger- stricken students arrive. ln moments they will be filling plates with forty-cent specials or hamburgers and po- P. Moehle, B. Feltz. Third Row: J. Capp, D. Bell, R. Hombley, l Kilzer, J. Grobe, L. Burgess, M. Allgood, N. Bastik, G, Boyle, S. Strickler. tatoes. Each student ultimately arrives at the check-out counter, where the cafeteria workers speedily make change. Too soon lunch is over, and the cafeteria workers diligently scrape dishes, stack trays and collect waste paper. V.l.C. Encourages Future Craftsmen. slfl' ul' l'l ll' I l I Eta Pi Club Explores Higher Math. ,3!......r .r 3 Front Row: Mr, Wendling Adviser, R, Mqleyl F, Mollenkopfl D, Brown Treasurer, J. Wilson Secretary, S. Novak, K. Blaine. Third Hill, M. Nielsen, S. McRae Vice-President, K. Enczi, Mr. Petit Adviser. Row: D. lgnail, R. Conley, I.. Kearse, J. Brown, D. Garrett, R. Second Row: Mr. Paul Adviser, N. Williams, P. Knutf, S. Hewitt, l. Maxwell, B- Evling, J- Enyedy PfeSid9r1f- ln Elyria High School there are many students who Another advantage of this group is the freedom of dis- wish to study moth beyond the realm of the classroom cussion that many times is curtailed in class because of textbooks, Math Club is an organization which offers time limits. This organization is growing to be one of the these students a chance to enter higher mathematics. most important in E.H.S. 114 V.l.C. Encourages Future Craftsmen. a 7 l Front Row: Mr. Kehler Adviser, Mr. Richards Adviser, J. Byrne Auto Mech. Vice-President, T. Welch, P. Cather, D. Rust, W. Klinyshirn Mach. Treasurer, K. Smith, T. Ternes, B. Rowell, R. Krugman, B. Zeller, J. Howell, G. Rish, R. Sprague, B. Harding, Mr. Kisseberth Adviser. Second Row: N. Tite, A. Fitch, D. Hodge, D. Poling, D. Croskey, J. Kaiser, D. O'Connor, E. Gagen, D. Messaras Mach. Vice-President, D. McGhee, D. Rodachy, G. Chipukites Auto Mech. President, B. Speidal, E. Shields. Third Row: D. O'Dowd, D. Conrad, J. Blauvelt, A. Dueming, M. Yeich Weld. President, D. George, Bob Talcacs, D. Whitmore, C. Cooke, F. Hall, T. Young, F. Knepper, R. Henoskofsky, B. Benton Weld. Vice-President, B. Hall, D. Brady, G. Wells, G. Handley Weld. Secretary, G. Estmond, D. Chambers, W. Owens, J. Jones, D. Wagner Auto. Mech. Secretary, W. Jones, L. Higginbotham Weld. Treasurer, L. Johnson, R. Schneider, J. Drage, Auto. Mech. Treasurer, T. Kayden. Fifth Row: R. Koyon, R. Schnur, C. Richardsen, B. Barres, S. Hasko, D. Lander, P. Orndorff, D. Rankin Mach. President, C. Sooy, E. Donovan, J. Grebe, D. Miller, B. Shepard, D. Remshak. Vocational Industrial Club offers a social organization to boys who have chosen their vo- cation in the machine shop, auto mechanics, or welding. Throughout the school year they spon- sor many fund-raising projects such as selling anti-freeze or holding car washes. The boys in industrial arts are a large and important part of Elyria High School. A.l.A. Builds Interest in lndustry. Front Row: Mr. Hall Adviser, R. Provoznik, D. Brenneman Treasurer, J. Ely, B. Schneider, R. Sooy Vice-President, G. Moore President, B. Dangerfield, J. Smith. Second Row: R. Hunkley, M. Bungard, L. Kindle, C. Squires, R. Ott Secretary, E. Glass, R. White, O. Morris, Advanced Industrial Arts Club is an organization in which industrial art students aim for higher standards in school work and greater ideals in business and industry. J. Huff, B. Strauss. Third Row: J. Farkas, J. Kokai, J. Salata, B. Hammer, J. Kokai, R. Vincent, J. Antonczak, P. Nardechia, L. Kilzer, T. Bannick, R. Huntley, G. Stone. Absent: Mr. Carpenter Adviser, J. Smith, W. Hendricks. A.I.A. offers many advantages to boys who will someday be a part of American industry. Y-Teens Build Fellowship. .IUNIORS Front Row: C. Keiffer, B. Boyd, S. Loose, J. Garrard, P. Turner, S Weinstein Vice-President, D. Hill, C. Johnston, K. Haag, S. Bradley, S. Miller, J. Cammarn, H. Seitter, P. Laganier, M. Bainbridge, N Abookire Treasurer. Second Row: S. Flynn, K. Sand, M. Henderson A. Axx, S. Elliot, G. Fogle, N. Madok, E. Crozier, J. Komko, M VanHorn, M. VanValkenburg, D. Roe, K. Nelson, P. Towell, J Stith, E. Hovekamp. Third Row: G. Dumke, G. Lance, K. Horvath, M. Nielsen, S. Heinzerling, J. Purcell, S. Page, B. Horwitz, J This familiar scene, socializing around the coke bar, takes place before each Y-Teen meeting. r Miller, P. Murphy, L. Buterbaugh, M. Hancock, D. Speroft Secretary, K. Smith, L. Brown, J. Bennett. Fourth Row: B. Bath, B. Fielder, B. Thompson, C. McKay, V. Goppelt, J. Wilson, B. Leslie, D. Armstrong, J. Fields, M. Barr President, B. Baird, S. Roe, Y. Lawson, D. Cummons, K. Hamister, P. Flowers, L. Best. Fifth Row: L. Peterson, D. Crowther, J. Bennett, R. Mihalis, L. Wagner, K. Thompson, J. Mills, D. Scholle, L. Schmittgen, S. Novak, M. Schneider, A. Earley, P. Knuff, B. Starr, P. Price, H. Feher. Y-Teens is a social and service organization. ln all four groups, representing the four classes of Elyria High School, various committees endeavor to supply services to the community, our school, and other groups in Elyria. Y-Teens is also an outlet for girls to ioin in social activ- ities outside of school. From each group two representa- tives are chosen to serve as members of the Inter-club Council. This council actually serves as an advisory and guidance committee to Y-Teens. Perhaps the most important social and service activity combined is the annual Christmas formal. This dance is planned by Senior Y-Teens with the help of the Inter-club Council. The proceeds from this prom go towards a scholarship which is awarded to a senior Y-Teen each June. SOPHOMORES Front Row: S. Slosier, S. Jaffe, J. Kuss, E. Lowery, S. Bosley, G. Ulmer, J. Horrocks, P. Pappas, S. Stammitti, J. Diewald, J. Refenning, S. Taylor, D. Perkins, S. Dyke, P. Lutz, S. Morey. Second Row: D. Gruber, S. Braund, S. Ott, S. Jalowiec, S. Freeman, P. Swain, S. Orr, J. Dillman, J. Earley President, B. Peterman, P. Ryan, S. Strickler, N. Nieding Treasurer, S. Beckett, M. Griffiths, K. Gienke. Third Row: M. Allen, L. Snyder, J. Maple, S. Jones, G. Taylor, D. Walker, M. Meyne, P. Myers, R. McHenry, J. Zak, C. Smith, D Schnur, J. Schmittgen Secretary, K. Robinson, C. Sanders, G. Boyle Fourth Row: K. Bara, S. Schmittgen, M. Dickie, M. Washka, S Reeser, S. McDonald, K. Harrington, J. Billmon, S. Brown, P Myers, K. Gruen Vice-President, L. Rubin, G. Boilosky, V. Rock J. Fowkes. FRESHMEN First Raw: N. Schmittgen, N. Hutchings, B. George, S. Stone, D. Haywood, M. Schultz, S. Harris, J. Jones, D. Stanford, R. Hasko, C. Sage, J. Averbook, M. Maddock, R. Mihalis, K. Rudy. Second Row: J. Lance, C. Sharpnack, J. Janosik, M. Fabian, R. Reber, D. Hildreth, J. Kratchen, C. Claycomb, L. Sarnowsky, J. Vandervoort, L. Sheffield, J. Smith, J. McDonald, E. Ignatz, G. Schulhof. Third Row: B. Arndt, D. Bako, L. Sabo, B. Burgess, J. Berglund, C. Flood, J. Forrow, K. Osborn, P. Korim, M. Pearce, C. Gootke, S. Schunk, C. Bayner, J. Watts, S. Greening.,Fourth Row: G. Gannon, L. Baker, J. VonKamp, D. Stith Treasurer, J. Strong, P. Demos, N. Nemitz, M. Goodenow, L. Layton, P. Hess, P. Gillies, D. Balcar, S. Moran M. Hoogenboom, J. Dunn. Fifth Row: B. Norris, M. Schmittgen, Ll Nichols, S. Gargus, M. Fenik, H. Spike President, M. Aebie Secretary, M. Saxe, S. Janas, M. Moehle, L. Gough, J. Rock Vice-President, B. Reynolds, B. Beal, M. Leonard. 1 Easter Assembly Climaxes Senior Y-Teen Year. Sl i Front Row: R. Abahazi, B. Boyd, C. Jezewski, N. Orr, M. Northeim C. Fegula, P. Richardson, J. Baduar, P. Karbowniczelc, S. Dudley, S. Hales, S. Dupler, J. Madara, J. DeFazio, G. Murphy, J. Jalawiec, K. Krieg, S. Baum, S. Smith, M. McDowell. Second Row: J. Sparks, M. Kenny, D. Sadler, R. Papenbroclx, S. Kosco, P. Wirth, S. Koch, H , Shepherd, A. Everhart, D. Kuss Secretary, B. Francis, D. Petersen, E. Pearce, M. Cheesman, R. Nemes, B. Lee, J. Long, G. Stone, J. Frankfather, S. Weiss. Third Row: M. Barndollar, M. Lynn, J. Moore, D. Moore, J. Shoemaker, J. Bauer, G. Cashner, J. Milner, J. Moore, . C. Benton, D. Bartos, S. McRae, S. Cooper, B. Billman. Players Club Builds Dramatic Abilities. Under the direction of Mr. Toth, the Players Club is an active and growing organization. The members gain practical experience in the in- terpretation and production of outstanding plays. They help promote interest in the dramatic activities of the school and enthusiasm for dra- matics in all its phases. Throughout the school year the players give entertaining skits, plays, and dramatic readings. Players Club rehearses a one-act play, which is another of its varied activities. 7 W as 2 A- .1 9 V' J. Kochis, L. Shaw, C. Binggeli, D. Holzhauer, D. Gymoti. Fourth Row: J. Kirkhart, D. Mitchell, S. Willis, K. Knepper, J. Green, K. Hancock, C. Morgan, K. Moore, J. Wyszynski, C. Seabold, J. Mahar, S. Morris, J. Moos, P. Loeb, J. Crowell, C. Lessin, S. Kelner, K. Miller, M. Wallace, S. Simmons. Fifth Row: K. Ballas, A. Miko, N. Briton President, D. Dancisko, S. Stoyke, P. Ballas, J. Taylor, G. Salladay, J. Steller, C. Bogart, C. Sallis, R. Nemeth, N. Williams, C. Banik, V. Heidlberg Treasurer, D. Krueck, B. Nickel, S. Goldsmith Vice President, D. Reindl. Front Row: Mr. Toth Adviser, S. Schmittgengen, P. Ryan, B. Peterman, S. Taylor, D. Hill, J. Shoemaker, S. Slosier, S. Flynn, D. Gainer, S. Jalowiec, S. Jaffe, S. Weiss, C. Ardman, J. Miller, F. Mollenkopf. Second Row: B. Fielder, S. Reeser, M. Barndollar, D. Sadler, P. Swain, M. Towner Secretary, J. Garrard, S. Page, N. Abookire, S. Weinstein, S. Schilling, C. Johnston, J. Purcell, M. Hancock, J. Stith Historian, L. Nichols. Third Row: M. Schmittgen, D. Mitchell Vice-President, P. Towell, L. Sarnousky, P. Lutz, R. Papenbrock, K. Smith, K. Gienke, J. Van de Voort, M. Griffiths, M. Washka, J. Ellis, L. Brown, B. Billmon. G. Salladay, N. Briton, A. Gildzen. Fourth Row: G. Miraben, K. Horvath, E. Hovekamp, J. Long Treasurer, C. Lessin, M. Dickie, S. Morris, V. Goppelt, J. Wilson, S. Novak, T. Lutz, J. Davis. M. Braun, D. Wence, C. McKay, P. Mull, I. Braun, R. Conley. Fifth Row: J. Fishop, J. Schmittgen, L. Rubin, L. Best, Y. Law- son, B. Baughman, C. Binggeli, J. Davies, C. Bogart, B. Norris, C. Pleska, P. Price, J. Fowkes, H. Mischka, J. Doan President, G. Hecht, B. Emslie, J. Smith. gm 5 fu! F 'W gpg, A x 3 , 3 avi b Sr ii 'ffm 45, Q 5 'vu 43' rx , . V AZ!! , - k3TWf'fhn5w gfifaargvwww' M ,. get fi' 1 Q ., f wt , V U ' 0 D 10 6 , mr JW 0 x 'Q nl! .7 'X 1 'X fa ' a- gg? M 1 . f ' 'f H3 '5 , I A A 4 - ' " ' 4: ,BQ . ' , k xv - ' 4 V K ' K1 A . . 5, - 1 ' 2, :jf v X Q' M V 3 was S Q t 'W fi we K M 2' fat kftxx J wg xp? 3 3' Q ,Q Ya J ff M sg Q -is 43 ig A Si., 3 ...Q , wp, Y LEE., ll' 'B Hi-Y Activities Promote Good Will. Hi-Y is a branch of the Y.M.C.A. In Elyria High, Hi-Y is divided into smaller groups: freshmen, Sopho- mores, Juniors, cmd Senidrs. Their activities center around community proiects such as making posters for campaigns, or helping on drives. Senior Hi-Y probably offers the greatest service to the school by sponsoring the Thanksgiving assem- bly. Hi-Y is today a growing organi- zation and truly offers a great number of advantages and activi- ties to teen-age boys. I Q sf Jay Davis, and Steve Carin are finishing a pep poster, which they will hang in the cafeteria for the oncoming game. SENIOR HI-Y K-'H--Q--n-vs... T-....... sk M Y N Front Row: B. Jones, N. Schultz, J. Davis, D. Bastik, A. Wehman, B. F. Eldridge, D. Garrett, R. Frankiewecz, C. Rider, D. Savage, D Emslie, S. Corin, D. Eager, B. Fauver, P. Kelly, L Butler. Second Row: Cross, D. Simmons, B. Kaatz, N. Lindberg, J. Davies, J. Arndt. 122 JUNIOR HI-Y 11,30 Front Row: E. Lotus, R. Maxwell, H. Hinchliffe, R. Varga, B. Kopis, N. Pappas, N. Landis. Third Row: Mr. Wendling Adviser, D. Bauer, F..Mollenkopl1, B. Agle, J. Smith, B. Puder, T. Fowkes, K. Nevins, H. A. Turek, L. Kilzer, B. Honnaford, L. Kearse, T. Leczo, D. Gallo, P. Mlschka. Second Row: R. DeFazio, R. Conley, B. Baughman, T. Varga, T. Newell, T. Martin, J. Lautensclileger. Christian, D. Ball, T. Struck, P. Norris, J. Green, B. Hollis, T. Chucko, FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE HI-Y Front Row: L. Kaatz, T. Davis, D. Smith, C. Gill, C. Rosenbaum, S. G. Howell, D. Roesemann. Third Row: J. Knispel, D. Richars, B. Court, Austin, C. Nelson, D. Stratton. Second Row: J. Harmon, P. Helfrich, L. Heinzerling, B. Meyer, P. Livingstone, B. Staskiews, S. Allen, R. D. Simmons, M. Denman, D. Zack, D. Hoffman, D. Nielson, D. Perker, Slack. 123 A Cappella Choir Sings through 28th Year. 6 Front Row: Mr. Beck Director, M. McDowell, M. Stephan Treasurer, M. Northeim, J. Sparks, C. Gochenour, G. Fogle, M. Hancock, S. Schilling, J. Schroeder, P. Turner, D. Gainer, J. Frankfather, M Neilson, S. Page, P. Vandemark, N. Orr, J. Shoemaker. Second Row J. Wilson, J. Shilling Secretary, J. Ruby, M. Barndoller, D. Mitchell 1 5 ... 9: B. Fielder, M. Sweet, F. Turner, D. Cantley, P. Towell, H. Shepherd, D B. Horwitz, K. Smith, B. Bates, S. McRae, M. Hagins, l.. Bursley. Third Row: l.. Reid, K. Hamister, C. Pleska, B. Nickel, V, Heidlberg, N. Briton, D. Myers, S. Hewitt, M. Braun, S. Novak, K. Speigle, S. Hen- ning, C. Morgan, S. Cooper, L. Schmittgen, D. Kuss, S. Goldsmith, ENSEMBLE Seated: M. Sweet Pianist. Standing: R. Eddy, P. Dunford, E. Rider, G. Miraben, D. Mitchell, D. Kuss, N. Orr. Absent: M. Booth. 124 s S. Morris, T. Chucko. Fourth Row: J. Kovacs, J. Smith, D. Pyeraft, T. Martin, R. Hutchings, J. Davis, P. Carter T. Martin, J. Doon, D Bastik, K. Nevins, B. Strauss, H. Mischka, P. Norris, L. Kilser, D. Cut- shall, J. Lautenschleger, J. Taylor. Fifth Row: F. Eldridge, E. Rider L 4,3 HSE . 1 G. Miraben President, L. Buyrgess, B. Kopis, E. Glass, B. Reith, L. Stark, C. Redington, J. Pancotf, J. Cobb Vice-President, L. Fosselius, J. Kokai, D. Garrett, R. Bodman, J. Davies, P. Dunford, R. Eddy, J. Underwood. Absent: M. Booth, J. Kochis. Elyria High is very proud of its most out- standing and active vocal group, the A Cappel- la Choir. Throughout the year this organization sings for such groups as Rotary, Lions, and the Methodist Home. The Choir makes three ap- pearances tor the community and school when it presents the Christmas Assembly, Mid-Win- ter Concertf and the Spring Concert. Following a' concert, the members often ioin as a social group to hold a gala party. A most unique custom of the Choir is its induction or robing ceremony. After the Bene- diction has been sung, the graduating members leave their places and present their robes to the inductees who, in turn, take the vacated places. The A Cappella Date Book guarded by the Choir-neer, the A Cappella Choir's mascot, helps Chuck Redington to remember when the next performance will occur. Junior Choir Trains for A Cappella fron! Row: Mr. Beck Adviser, B. Corin, E, Crozier, K. King, P. Lagonier, L. Rieth, L. Worchester, B. Boyd, K. Sand, K. Nelson, B. Leslie, N. Madok, S. Wein- sfein Treusurer,C. DeMarco.Second Row: D. Cummons, J. Siiih, S. Huliz, P. Moehle, S. Witherspoon, E. Low- ery, J. Baumhardt, M. Gill, M. McCroy, J. Kuss, M. Towner, D. Jones, J. Ellis, J. Curtis. Third Row: S. Schmiifgen, M. Washka, R. Mihalis, V. Goppelt, L Peferson, Y. Lawson, D. Walker, K. Kelly, P. Sporr, L. Wagner, J. Benneit, P. Mull, J. Mills, S. Krugman Fourfh Row: B. Sfarr, S. Roe, S. Ausiin, D. Danger- field, D. Fox, J. Buswell Secrefary, J. Piafl, C. Greer, C. Fifzwaier, L. Lufher, T. Fosselius, B. Jones, P. Myers, H. Feher. Fifrh Row: D. Crowiher, L. Besi, G. Trusk- owski, D. Simmons, C. Burkhard, B. Adams, B. Miller President, F. Lewis Vice-President, D. Fell, D. Prunfy D. Bieske, W. Heginbothem, D. Scholle, M. Schneider The Glee Club's Goal Is Better Music is gf 4 45, 2 mi . W . Music is iust like walking, one step at a time. After Freshman Chorus one is promoted to Junior Choir or Glee Club, the training steps to A Cappella. These groups sing for school assemblies and other outside organizations. Front Row: M. Rowen, P. Abahazi, B. Peterman, S. Orr, S. Jaffe, J. Horrocks, J. Dillmcn, P. Ryan, S. Taylor, J. Provoznik, Mr. Beck Adviser. Second Row: D. Wasuk, S. Beckett, M. Campbell, E. Terry, S.Roberts, M. Griffiths, C. Alexander, P. Lutz, S. Floyd, B. Bruce. Third Row: C. Eskins, M. Dickie. D. Jackson, C. Updike, S. Jones, J. Zak, S. Braund, K. Kemery, E. Kirkhart. Fourth Row: S. Brown, G. Boyle, L. Bechtel, C. Smith, C. Neighbour, P. Myers, M. Meyne, M. Watson. Fifth Row: J. Fawkes, V. Rock, K. Gruen, J. Stone, P. Fikes, G. Bailosky, D. Thompson. Diane Scholle and Joy Mills stay after school to practice Junior Choir Music. 127 Freshmen Choruses Learn Basics ol Group Music Front Row: Mr. Beck Adviser, L. Sabo, B. George, J. Wycoff, P. Wash, J. Pasenow, S. Klingensmiih, J. Huliz, P. Madok, J. Novak, J. Wilcox, S Sawyer, C. Sage, L. Caughlin, G. Leon, S. Harris C. Winters, J. Berglund. Second Row: J. Glynn T. Williams, J. Harmon, A. Ledyard, G. Shanks, S. Hill, C. Gill, J. Deon, R. Novak, D. ON, D Hower, D. Williams, J. Olah. Third Row: C. Crozier S. Janas, E. Spicer, L. Stallings, V. McKnight, L Laganier, L. Blair, M. Hoogenboom, S. Heflin R. Melzig, J. Vandevoorr, M. Coleman, J Kohlhepp. Fourlh Row: R. Towell, P. Helfrich, S Smiih, D. Balcar, M. Grue, L. Whilworth, M Aebie, H. Spike, M. Saxe, C. Leonard, S Greening, L. Sarnovsky, S. Adams. Row Five: M Mac Donald, M. Schmiftgen, L. Nichols, B. Huffman S. Bordy, R. Scoti, J. Nickel, D. Bell, D. Clemenlz T. Brihon, P. Dutof, N. Eddy. 1 I 1 Front Row: Mr. Beck Adviser, J. Branch, D. Baughman, L. Sheffield D. Haywood, R. Fitzpatrick, E. Demos, M. Duffy, J. Redman, R Hasko, J. Horrocks, K. Rudy, J. Smith, S. Adolph, R. Oakler, D Kalo. Second Row: S. Mowery, D. Abahazi, D. Stratton, A. White R. Mihalis, N. Schmittgen, N. Hutchings, J. MacDonald, M. Schultz B. Burgess, P. Goodwin, E. Gebhardt, V. Noe, F. Jolley, D. Lees P. Henry. Third Row: J. Chenoweth, J. Jones, G. Thomas, J Thompson, C. Adams, Y. Schaffer, J. Mills, M. Pierce, G. Cannon H. McGhee, M. McGhee, C. Benton, D. Femley, P. Hess, L. Leydon M. Maddock. Fourth Row: L. Bennett, G. Schroeder, J. Strong, J VonKamp, D. Stith, C. Knepper, P. Taylor, A. Bako, P. Neal, J Kawolick, L. Hall, S. Moran, B. Wimer, D. Albrecht, B. Ruple, S Kaderbeck. Fifth Row: R. Law, S. Wycoff, J. lgnatz, T. Moss, J Branch, A. Arndt, J. Scaggs, B. Masonis, R. Korka, R. Sanford, A Johnson, J. Rothel, J. Panspaw, E. Woods, A. Williams. 'rr 1 1 E.H.S. Orchestra Strives tor Perfection. s 3 i t i 6-Q i QC fmng Row M Sweey C0nCeH,Mis,,eS5' R. Gingery yiCe,p,esidEnf, L J. Keller, S. Pintur, M. Moehle. Third Row: Mr. Davis Director, R. Chambers B Francis, D. Petersen, K. Speigle, A. Moss. Second Row: EddYf R- Emslie TfeU5Uf9"f S- Re95eff G- l'll99l'15f E' Ellison, R- Gwen: J Doan J Madam 5ec,.e,a,yl D. Krueck, C. Eskins, J. Lmnenschleger, J. Schmittgen, Mr. Decker Assistant Director. Fourth Row: B. Helfrich, No wonder the orchestra presents such fine programs! Most of the Elyria High School musicians started their instrumental training in the grade schools and have had from four to eight years to practice and develop their skill. Individual proficiency is only one of the elements that determines the quality of the or- chestra. Very important is the capability ot each section, the string, woodwind, brass, and per- cussion,to balance with each other. During their four practices each week, the E.H.S. Orchestra is kept very busy perfecting numbers for public presentation. The Christmas Assembly, Mid-Winter Concert, Spring Concert, and Buckeye League Festival in Marion were among their 1959-1960 performances. Jerry Doan diligently practices for Mid-Winter Concert. S s N N. vjjywwj' W q... , .S 9-1, NN- . qs? 1: ' -Q ,, N N Fi ,M W - sig Q as x A 'Q " L q ,.x.. A nr. al- 5 ws' D- R Q ,, F w N 9 g nw , x.. ,, A f ' N' 7 'rl Q 4 , I SS gf S M 1 X 6 5 Q5 as 9 gf? 5 Sf 4 X -sg. W f ,ji w K dfv w.. Bancl Performs at Football Games and Concerts. 5 2 Front Row: D. Petersen, A Hoffman Secretary, G. Hubbard, R. Mihalis, W. Murray. Third Row: K. Robinson, K, Harringron, Rf Ewing, G. J. Half, S, McConald, D. Myers, S. Jones, R. Kelly, M. Fredrick. Second Gimben, C. Sanders, J. Miller, C. Mclntosh, J. Ott, D. Wence, T. Row: B. Francis, K. Krieg, G. Lance, R. Gingery, S. Roe, M. Towner, Haury, L. Williams, G. Hecht, R. Goppelt, W. Jones, N. Lundberg, R. Luta, G. Stone, B. Wildes, C. Firestone, E. Rider, D. Rust, B. Washington, W. Miller, H. Mertz Treasurer, S. Miller, C. Garret, G. Carrothers, A. Cady, D. St. Peter, R. Breckenridge, T. Christian, MAJORETTES DRUM MAJOR . 'J -f - 2 1 K s ' J A . .. 3 'jg Q L is -cf-.. .M 1, x . X L AX as il fl -- ' 1 L ' N-,s L 1 " I . 'A X - F - . Wi I 3 lf' H 3 4 'P 2 Y 1 F is JZ. f 5 ff f-', . 'X . X E. ' A., lg.. .. . AMW ii L M 4 t , gk . G. Gimben, M. Meyne, R. Milhalis, G. Melntosh, J. Komko, S. Roe. H- MlSCllkG 132 -In Q fi' 255 .yi ,wifi EZ. al.. C. Mida President, G. Miraben, W. Novak. Fourth Row: B. Thompson, P. Flowers, M. Meyne, G. Bailosky, E. Kirkhart, C. Merrill, P. Kirk- patrick, C. Wiecl1, S. Ott, S. Elliot, R. Nemeth, J. Komko, S, Baum M. Lance, J. Lautenschleger, T. Weiseki, B. Vincent, R. Crozier, P 1 Bentz, T. Struck, W. Ogle, J. Harmon, D. Yearly, J. Teed, D. Danger- field, H. Haskins, J. Rodgers, J. Strohsack, T. Miller, H. Mischka Vice-President. Fifth Row: Mr. Walters Director, Mr. Decker Assis- tant Director. Absent: J. Keller. Come on Teaml A broken bone may stop Dick Kelly from marching, but it doesn't keep him from yelling enthusiastically along with the rest of the band members at a football game. 133 The red, white, and black came march- ing onto the football field and with pre- cision formed a "V", Then as the colors came to life, the E.H.S. Band burst forth with a Sousa march. The football season had been opened! During the season the maiorettes received their new uniforms which are the sharpest outfits any E.H.S. maiorettes have sported yet. Climaxing the Band's marching season was the Military Ball held on November 14. The dance was a great success and gave the Band a wonderful send-off into the concert season. Cadet Band Trains Future Musicians In the past two years the importance and ability of the Cadet Band have grown tremendously. They have presented several outstanding assemblies and the mem- bers have actively participated in such proiects as the concession stands at football and basketball games, and in the decoration of the gym for the Military Ball. But the most important factor of this organization is the members' aim to become a part of Senior Band. lt is the Cadet Band's purpose to prepare the members for tryouts! and membership in the Elyria High Band, whose quality has shown very great improvement since the Cadet Band has gained such momentum. Ted Motels and Dave Pynchon clean and polish their instruments in preparation for a performance. Front Row: D. Pynchon Treasurer, C. Batdorf, D. Hoffman, J. Watts, N. Nemitz, C. Leonard, J. Averbook Librarian, L. Layton, M. Berke- bile, L. Sweet, B. Reynolds, M. Goodenow, J. Wilcox Secretary. Second Row: C. Flood, B. Stanton, M. Fabian, S. Braegger, B. Simko, D. Sieker Band Manager, B. Piper, G. Miller, M. Mueller, J. Lance, L. Baker, C. Bryner, S. Chambers, M. Gimben. Third Row: L. Gough, S. Green- ing, G. Schulhof, C. Buck, F. Lynch, D. Walker, M. Martin, J. Rock, S. Stone, M. Woolfork, T. Axx, J. Matek, R. Reber. Fourth Row: C. Smith, P. Gillies, P. Huston, B. Jones, D. Williams Presideni, B. Wallhead, C. Miller, J. Ross, A. Unger, C. Nelson, S. Berke, P. Lingenfelter, R. Gingery. Fifth Row: Mr. Decker Director, T. Motek, C. Ehrman, A. Adams, J. Vincent, T. Davis. ,.. I ...M X -7 1 0 vi Y lx- Practice makes perfectl Every morning first period the members of the Cadet Band strive to improve their musical ability. .5332 'I35 fi wit Q, Leaders Group Assists in Gym Classes. 4? ss.. ' . vi me u-1 rl Front Row: Mrs. Newell Adviser, S. Heinzerling, M. Messaros, J. Heathcote, D. Hill, J. Purcell, J. Jalowiec, J. Miller, E. Crozier, M. VanHorn, J. Moore, C. Jezewski, J. Rose, P. Richardson, S. Dudley, D. Moore, N. Orr, P. Towell. Second Row: P. Wirth, J. Frankfather, J. Garrard, P. Turner, S. Meschke, K. Sand, J. Cammarn, D. Kellogg, A. Everhart, H. Shepherd Vice-President, E. Pearce, B. Butti, R. Ferry, L. Moran, S. Papp, M. Stephan Secretary, M. Cheesman Treasurer, M. Booth. Third Row: J. Mahar, K. Smith, D. Cummons, M. Braun, N. 5. X ' s we L xt! ir Leaders' Group generally is considered a service group since the members participate as squad leaders in the gym classes, keep score and referee at after-school sports, and assist at the iunior high playdays in the spring. By spon- - soring a dance and a bake-sale this year, the girls raised money for a Christmas tree for the gym and a scholarship for a worthy member. f. -1.3 . The highlight of the year comes annually when the iuniors meet the seniors in the Red and White basketball game. Marshmallows are usually good, but not on toes as Diane Hill experienced them during the Leaders' Group initiation. N. Swan, C. Seabold, J. Moos, B. Baird, R. Papenbrocll, L. Butter- baugh, R. Mihalis, J. Fields, P. Murphy, C. Morgan, K. Moore President, S. Stoyke, B. Starr. Fourth Row: N. Briton, V. Heidlberg, D. Kuss, S. Kelner, P. Ballas, J. Shilling, S. Goldsmith, S. Hewitt, S. Novak, L. Schmittgen, M. Schneider, C. Banik, B. Locher, J. Taylor, P. Haefele, J. Bishop, C. Binggeli, C. Plesko. Absent: P. Crum, T. Haag. Booster Club Bolsters Cheering at Games. Front Row: Mrs. Newell Adviser, S. Orr, S. Jaffe, J. Reidinger, D. Hildreth, S. Varris, S. Jalowiec, J. Jones, K. Gimke, S. Slosier, P. Ryan, C. Smith, S. Freeman, J. Provoznik, P. Swain, J. Diewald, K. Rudy, Miss Helm Adviser. Second Row: J. Dillman, S. Stammitti, J. Refenning, S. Taylor, B. Peterman, G. Taylor, C. Claycomb, J. Earley, S. Beckett, S. Folley, H. Krueger, S. Morey, J. VandeVoort, M. Griffiths, P. Lutz, C. Winters. Third Row: l. Bako, D. Miller, E. If ever there was an organization that shouted and yelled when they met, it is Booster Club. But this is the purpose in meeting. After forming outside the gym, they march in together for every game. Without the help of M Gebhardt, S. Hultz, J. McDonald, E. lgnatz, M. Maddock, J. Berglund, R. Mihalis, S. Witherspoon, D. Wasuk, S. Moran, M. Hoogenboom, J. Baumhardt, M. Wushka, J. Wyszynski, D. Balcar. Fourth Row: F. Nelson, L. Nichols, S. Schmittgen Vice-President, M. Dickie Secretary, K. Gruen Treasurer, J. Strong, J. Stone, P. Critelli, L. Rubin, M. MacDonald, D. Schnur, B. Norris, J. Kasubinski, B. Biddinger, B. Starr President, S. Reeser, S. McDonald, R. Arthrell. the Booster Club when all the fans cheer, the Elyria cheering section would surely lose some of its vim and vigor. They certainly back the Pioneers one-hundred percent. Gentlemen's Club Keeps Chivalry Alive. Front Row: B. Kopis, F. Mallenkopf, P. Norris, H. Blake, S. Walters, T. Chucko, T. Struck, T. Altfeld, H. Mischka, M. Woolfork. Second Row: J. Garbash, B. Baughman, R. Barnes, B. Ewing, A. Cady, R. Hutchings, J. Shupp, J. Andress, C. DeMaris, J. Shaw, C. Rosenbaum. Third Row: G. Hecht, F. Vorhis, J. Lautenschleger, B. Ogle, J. In the spring of 1959 Lee Kearse had a great idea to begin a Gentlemen's Club. The members wrote a consti- tution, elected officers, and began building a growing organization. Projects so far have included sponsoring a Brumenschenkel, J. Rodgers, C. Greer, D. Hanson, A. Turek Treasurer, D. Ball Secretary, J. Walker. Fourth Row: G. Carruthers, B. Hannaford, L. Kilzer, R. Conley Vice-President, L. Kearse President, Mr. Rakestraw Adviser, R. Brekelbaum, D. Bauer, P. Varga, E. Huber, L. Fowkes. Sadie Hawkins Day dance and a basketball dance and helping the athletic office sell season football tickets. The gentlemen are well known for their ushering at foot- ball games. E.H.S. Girls Are Active in Sports. TUMBLING "Okay now, girls, stre-e-etch! This instruc- tion, and others similar could be heard com- ing trom the auditorium every Wednesday after school where the newly formed modern dance class was held. The class, led by Miss Borchert, not only learned about modern iazz, but improved coordination and rhythm. Another activity was basketball, in which the girls had friendly competition and were able to increase their skill. Included in the other sports were tumbling, archery, bowling, tennis, and badminton. At the end ot the year monograms, letters or pins were received by the girls if they had earned the required number of points. Judy Jalowiec, Judy McDonald, Miriam Mac Donald, and Elaine lgnutz assist each other in tumbling. TENNIS . i y 'f Q t' J K.-Ti' ' Q 'Q' Kay Northcutt, Janet Foss, and Sharon Shoen practice various tennis positions. Two players try for a iump-bull in cz bas- ketball game belween seniors and sopho- - mores. BASKETBALL MODERN DANCING BOWLING stps Girls in modern dance class do warm-up exercises Marilyn Meyne fries her skill Q1 bowling 'I39 Varsity E Unites Lettermen. Front Row: Mr. Barton Adviser, B. Naegele, B .Perlxins, R. Poad, D. Dumke, H. Murray, J. Shupp, T. Fowkes, D. Hodge, J. Enyedy, A. Sabo, P. Hill, J. Staskiews. Second Row: S. Hays, E. Buttle, G. Chip- pulmites, J. Schneider, D. Bush, l.. Hill, S. Davis, R. Volk, C. Bowen, The familiar red and black pioneer jackets designa- ting the pioneer lettermen players can be seen all the time in Elyria High halls. To be eligible for Varsity E, a boy must have partic- H. Hildreth, D. Holzhauer, D. Beal, D. Disbrow. Third Row: T. Zaffer J. Snoble, L Stark, D. Bauer, J. Drage, N. Tilberg, J. Varga, R Redington, T. Saba, R. Barnes, L. Reynolds, B. Gust, D. Davies, W Younkin, S. lengel. ipated in one of the Elyria High sports. This organiza- tion strives to maintain high standards of co-operation and fair-play and to encourage and support all forms of varsity athletics. Reserve Cheerleaders Yell for Team Victory. Front Row: P. Madok, M. Griffiths, S. Jalowiec Captain. Second Row: M. Schmittgen, J. Rock, J. Dillman, J. Baumhardt. They may be on the Reserve Squad, but in spirit and energy 1 they're far from reserved. These girls actually boom with a- bounding spirit. They're mas- ters of E.H.S. shouts and cheers! The goal for which each of these E.H.S.'ers is that of mem- bership on the Varsity Squad. Varsity Cheerleaders Keep Spirits High. Cheerleaders iump for ioy as team comes close to victory. J. Kuss, J. Purcell, S. Dyke, l., Buterbaugh, D. Kuss Co-Captain, -l.J0l0WleC C0-CUPYUUI, P. Turner. They've held the Class AA Championship for four they're the E.H.S. Varsity Cheerleaders. This year, sport- years, they're full of vim and vigor: fhey gpqrk E.H.S. ing their sharp and stylish new uniforms, these spark- students with exploding School Spirit! Who gre fl-lege ling E.H.S.'ers led the student body in the greatest cheers unbelievable gals? Well, if you don't already know, GVeI'l 141 All 1959 Spring Sports Win Trophies BASEBALL 5. 5-li' Lf. :ads Front Row: D Coach R. Wi Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria . Stack, T. Daniels, B. Pesti, A. Grotke, Ison, B. Gasi, B. Laila, R. Redingfon. 4 Westlake 6 6 Mansfield 1 19 Mansfield 3 5 Ashland 0 4 Barberton 0 6 Barberlon 2 13 Wellingion 5 11 Larain 8 4 Lorain 5 - v .K .N V-L ... s 5 in . X John Zaffer Shorfsfop - Gr. Cleve. W. All Star: All Ohio Second Row: B. Reith, Coach C. Sweigart, D. Roberts, S. Hays, B. Mrukowski, J. Zaffer, B. Clark, J. Snoble. Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria GOLF Euclid Willoughby Oberlin-Frosh Lutheran West Ashland Warrensville Hts. Wellington Bedford Disirici Champions B. Madden, B, Perkins, M. Bashak, J. Jones. Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria 12 Midview 7 Oberlin 16 Lorain 10 Ashland 4 9 0 6 Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria 16 14Vz IAM 10 12 1 1 1 2 4 4 Bill Laha Catcher - Gr. Cleve. W. All Star Al Groike Center Field - Gr. Cleve. W. All Star Sandusky 0 Lorain 1 M Berea 'i M Second Place Winner in Disirict TRACK Fronl Row: D. McGee, B. Leboda, R. Whife, S. Davis, P. Carler, J. Staskiews, D. Bush, A. Sabo, D. Lehman, J. Varga, B. Carler, H Hildrelh, M. Woodfork. Second Row: Coach S. Zvossc, D. Poling J. Schneider, D. Disbrow, M. Taylor, S. Lengel, J. Schneider, D Smallwood, J. Reeser, B. Hill, B. Adams, J. Harmon, S. Walker, M Thomas, J. Price, Coach R. Messaros. Third Row: C. Bowen, H Murray, W. Younkin, F. Lewis, L. Johnson, G. Cook, W. Rock, A Fleisher, P. Shilling, G. Freeman, J. Antonczak. 1 TENNIS Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Ashland 27 Oberlin 48 Sandusky 55 Lorain 43 JA Crelaysj John Adams 0 Rocky River 57 Norih Olmsted 23 M5 Lorain 42 96 Second Place District Meet Fronf Row: R. Huichings, R. Volk, B. Jones, D. Holliday. Back Row: Coach J. Rakestraw, J. Guesl, L. Slork, P, Horn, K. Dawson, R. Pond. Elyria Lorain Elyria Fremont 0 ElYl'lCI Sandusky Elyfiv Oberlin 0 Elyria St. lgnafius Elyria Lorain Elyria Brecksville Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Buckeye Conference Champions, Western Division Cleveland Champions, Dislricl Runners Up, Stale Doubles Champions. Jim Guesf and Larry Sfark, lhe 1959 Ohio Stale Doubles Champs, demon- sfrale their skill. Rhodes 0 Berea 0 Cleveland W. 0 Sandusky 2 Marian 0 Shaker Hts. 3 Varsity Football Tops Season with Lorain Upset. O01 NW" T 1 40 Front Row: C. Bowen, J. Shupp, T. Zaffer, T. Fowkes, A. Salgo, R. Volk, D. Holzhauer, D. Bush, K. Willets Manager. Third Row: J. Sheldon D. Poling, B. Perkins, D. Hodge, J, Stoskiews. Second Row: B. Barnes Line Coach, R. Wilson Backfield Coach, D. Disbrcw, M. Taylor, D. Manager, J. Schnieder, E. Buttle, S. Fenik, D. Dumke, S. Hays, G. Bauer, H. Murray. Chipukites, T. Flood, P. Hill, T. Sabo, H. Hildreth. R. Poad Captain, Vacation ends early for the Pioneer football players who begin practicing at the -end of August. The 1959 E.H.S. football team won seven games, tied one, and lost one to grab a share in the three way tie for first place in the Buckeye Conference. Elyria 20 West Tech 0 Elyria 28 Sandusky 14 Elyria 14 Lakewood 12 Elyria 20 Cuyahoga Falls 6 Elyria 16 Marion 32 Elyria 28 Fremont 14 Elyria 16 Findlay 0 Elyria 20 T. Macomber 20 Elyria 14 Lorain 6 756 ff 'SZQ57 42 . A 3 A 1 'FSA x83m5P agp :. 39 45 22 'Z 'X WT E Xify X MF' "X i w WA 1 A R I .. Rim 1 3 .N 1 -v--..--v..,. 'if W. fa Q David Bush 4... I I' Don Beal Cullen Bowen Senior Lettermen Bill Madden grits his teeth as he fights for yardage in the Lakewood game. When football practice started, Coach Bill Barton had only five letterrjnen back from the fine 1958 team. Many people thought that this was going to be a lean year for the Pioneers. The first inkling that this was not to be true was when the team traveled to San- dusky for the second game of the season. The Blue Streaks were highly favored. Most experts had picked the Pioneers to lose. The team caught the fancy of the fans when they soundly trounced the Streaks - 28-14. The last game of the season matched the Pioneers against highly rated Lorain. A victory would give Elyria its first football championship in the six years as a member of the Buckeye Conference. Again almost everyone picked our Pioneers to lose. The game was played before more than 8,000 fans at Ely Stadium. The Pioneers played what many people said was the best game any Elyria team had ever played, as they defeated the Lorain Steelmen 14-6. It was the third straight year that Elyria defeated Lorain. This year's team is co-champ of the Buck- eye League. Dave Disbrow and Mel Taylor were first team choices on All-League team and the All-Ohio team. Captain Ritchie Poacl was named Honorable Mention All-Ohio. sr 2 Gorden Chipukites Dave Disbrow Lenny Hill Paul Hill Doug Hodge 146 3 Q . I 5 k f 4 'Z' Q l ri M K 323' Steve Lengel Bill Madden Hilton Murray Bob Perkins Riichie Poad if!! Y '-L... K 'Q 8 gf Alan Sabo Q 2 K' qi or The Pioneer bull carrier lried io elude lhe lorain tackle in one if of the many exciting plays of the Elyria - Lorain game. M , Q L ! ' K N 5 1 X A . ..,1 'O 5 ' h 3+ g is f X Waller YOUr1lilf1 Joe Varga Melvin Taylor 147 lohn Schneider 'Qu '1 Jeff Sfaslciews John Snoble Reserve Football Team Trains for Varsity Play. Front Row: P. Frederick, T. Doan, C. Burkhard, D. Nielson, B. MGYGYS, R- Bl'ell9lbUUlTl, B- AdClmS, G- HlQ9lN5, K- Chomflf G- Lcndef- Hambley, D. Goppelt, G, Mills, T. Maiden, R. Burnett, R. Bukoff. Thifd ROW: F- Bullocks, C- Altheide. Second Row: T. MacArthur, V. Alexander, B. Evanich, B. Jackson, B. Freshman Football Team Works for Unity. To have the players ready, mentally and physically, for next year's varsity squad is the principle goal to- wards which the reserve football coaches work. lnex- perience held some of the boys back this year, but they showed promise as determined practice brought great improvement. The reserve team, the largest squad in size of the past three years, ended the season with a record of three wins, four losses, and one tie. The coaches of the freshman team work hard to mold into one unit the boys who have come from various junior high schools. Elyria's largest freshman squad in numbers had a season record of three wins and three losses. Cross Country Front Row: B. Pesti, J. Garbash, T. Chucko, B. Jones, J. Gentile, J. Neumeyer, D. Bristow, B. Baughman, B. Kailes Manager, B. Court. Second Row: G. Hecht, P. Carter, D. Coven, L. Kearse, L. Lilzer, J. Johnson, S. Walker, D. Cross, E. Huber, J. Mauer. Third Row: Mr, Firoe Coach, L. Johnson, M. Woolfork, G. Cibulu, L. Gould, R. Fitzpatrick, M. McGuire, B. Piper, L. Luther, B. Laboda, N. Papas. Fourth Row: D. Rutledge, T. Pigman, B. Masonis, B. Clark. Cross country is an individual sport which conditions its participants and builds up their endurance. The run- ers traverse a two-mile course, often up and down hills. This year's team won two meets and lost four. H. Arnold, B. Staskiews, D. Graham, K. Dick, J. Attkisson, R. Smith, Sandrock Manager, B. Jones MUHUQSV, W- Clwfch MU"C'9e"f C- J, Wircengke, W, Williams. Fourth Row: R. Hersman Coach, N. Sweigard Coach. Absent: L. Hubbell, N. Hughes. Front Row: R. Cate Manager, S. Perkins, L. Kaatz, C. Nelson, K. Burkhardt, G. Butterbaugh, D. Lees, C. Crozier, E. Hill, A. Adams Manager. Second Row: Mr, Zvosec Coach, B. Bainbridge, J. Stalla, L. Thomas, P. Lingenfelter, J. Aumspach, S. Mowery, T. Walls, R. Johnson, J. Yuhas, J. Vincent, J. lgnatz. Third Row: W. Schuster, P. Smith, T. Moss, D. Wash, J. Rothel, V. Flaherty, D. King, T. Dowling, B. West, D. Walker, F. Harpster, Mr. Slager Coach. Fourth Row: L. Heinzerling, L. Sanford, K. Lehman, B. VanValkenberg, B. Fortman, B. Hill, D. Clemmins, D. Crum, M. Frankowitz, P. Brown, J. Burton. Cross Country Runners Build Up Strength. 149 Basketball Team Wins Third Conference Title Front Row: H. Murray, D. Roberts, S. Hays, B. Gust, D. Coven, B. Madden, 5- l-eftgelf D- Mellgeff l-- Johnson, K- Dick, M" Hefsmnn ackson. Second Row: Mr. Reichenbach Varsity Coach, S. Davis, B. ReS9fVe Couch- Yi XV Bill Gas? is flying high 'to sink one in the basket. 7, Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria 150 SCOREBOARD Lakewood North Olmstead Berea f'Findlay t'Fremont "Lorain Massillon 'Sandusky Mansfield 'lMarion fFindlay iFremont Akron East 'Lorain iSandusky Ashland "Marion Canton Lincoln L Buckeye Conference Game Prospects for the 1959-1960 basketball season ap- peared excellent for Coach Dale Reichenbach with re- turning lettermen, Sam Davis, Bill Gast, and Steve Lengel. A host of pre-season iniuries, however, clouded the hori- zon towards success as the Pioneer cagers dropped their opening game to the powerful Lakewood Rangers. Bolstered by Hilton Murray, Bill Madden, Dave Metzger, Lee Johnson, Dick Roberts, and Bill Jackson, the Elyria lineup rebounded to take the next eight games. When they attempted to extend their consecutive home victory total past the 34 mark, the team taltered before a potent Marion five in a league contest that also ended a 28 straight victory streak in the Buckeye Conference. The following week another league encounter was drop- ped at Findlay, but determination of players and fans was not to be denied. The climactic showdown for the Buckeye Conference crown took place at Marion as the Pioneers wrapped up their third straight championship in a display of defen- sive strength by a 61-49 count. As the Elyrian goes to press, the cagers sport 14 victories and 3 defeats with one campaign left against Canton Lincoln in their regular schedule. The full story of the basketball season will not be completed until state tournament history is written in the record books. lt will itil' Above: Scrambling Dave Metzger goes up in the air for a rebound. Left: Lee Johnson puts his special iump shot into action. Lettermen Spark E.H.S. Basketball Victaries. Y Sam Davis Bill Gust Bill Jackson NQNN lee Johnson Sieve lengel W. K -SH 404 4 E ,- if Sam Davis lays the ball up for two pounls Bull Madden Lorain and Elyria players battle under the basket during one of the exciiing momenfs of the game which Elyria won 77-57. f 9 fa Dqvid Mgnggr Hilton Murray Dick Roberts 'I52 N Reserve Team Has Undefeated Season. L. A gy., Front Row: B. Evanich, S. Mowery, S. Hays, B. Jackson, T. Doan, B. Bristow, D. Roberts. Second Row: B. Clark, R. Brekelbaum, K. Dick, D. A record of 18 wins and no defeats reflects the fine spirit and team play of the 1959-1960 junior varsity basketball team. A good attitude and a desire to excel, prevalent both in practice and in ball games, contribut- ed to the success of the season. Coven, D. Gopelt, B. Myers, B. Fell, Mr. Hersman Coach. Absent: D. Nielson. Reserve play is a training field for participation in varsity games. Many of the boys have great potential and can be excellent ball players, providing they are willing to make sacrifices to achieve their goal. Freshman Team Practices to Improve Skill. iff' Front Row: B. West Manager, R. Korka, J. lgnatz, H. Arnold, E. Johnston, G. Burton, M. Frankiewitz, G. Buterbaugh Manager. Second Row: R. Cate, J. McKitrick, J. Hans, D. Lees, D. Dicken Captain, S. The freshman basketball team is composed of two squads. The "A" team competes with other freshman teams from schools on the varsity schedule, the "B" team plays each of Elyria's eighth grade squads twice and some of the freshman teams in the county. Perkins, P. Flaherty, J. Chorak, W. Krugman Manager. Third Row: Mr. Sheldon Coach, D. Crum, B. Fortman, B. Masonis, J. McQuire, B. VanValkenburg, P. Brown, B. Piper, Mr. Slager Coach. The "A" team began the 1959-1960 season slowly but ended strongly by defeating two of the teams to whom it had yielded earlier. The season record was seven wins and four losses. Wrestling Completes Successful First Season. t l Butch Perkins practices a take-down technique, Wrestling was introduced into the Elyria High Ath- letic program this year for the first time. The Athletic Department felt there was a need for this type of individual sport, for it affords every boy, from the 'IO3 pound lightweight to the heavyweight, the opportunity to participate in athletics. The season began with an assembly explaining to Tom Terrell tries a switch to escape. the students the main points about the rules and the game itself. The team followed through with a commend- able season, meeting some of the bigger schools in the state and ending with a record of five wins and five de- feats. Because the team will only lose four senior mem- bers, next year's varsity squad should be even stronger. Front Row: Mr, Fiore Coach, T. Terrell, C. Burkharcl, W. Waters, R. Perkins, T. Flood, Absent: D. Machock Captain. Volk, S. Walters. Second Row: B. Laboda, J. Varga, P. Varga, B. Coaches Guide Boys in Skills and Ethics. Mr. Barton Mr. Doan Mr. Reichenbach Mr. Fiore MY- ROIKGSVYGW Football Coach Athletic Director Basketball Coach Wfvflfng Cvdrll Tsnnls Cfwcl' Mr. Wilson Mr. Zvosec Baseball Coach Track Coach Front Row: Mr. Rakestraw, Mr. Sweigard Reserve Football and Baseball Coach, Mr. Slager Freshman Football and Basketball Coach, Mr. Doan. Second Row: Mr. Sheldon Varsity Line Coach and Freshman Bas- ketball, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Zvosec, Mr. Barton. Third Row: Mr. Fiore, Mr. Hersman Reserve Basketball and Foot- , ball Coach, Mr. Reichenbach. Helpers Assist the Athletic Department. The athletic office would be lost without the help of the girls who give their volunteer assistance. Among the duties that keep them busy are selling tickets, counting ticket money, checking coats and stamping hands at games, and keeping records of the scores of all athletic events. Front Row: H. Shepherd, D. Moore, M. Stephan, M. Meyne. Second Row: S. Cooper, C. Seabold, K. Gruen, B. Baird, P. Vandemark. Abser- P. Murphy, J. Shilling, T. Haag, C. Morgan. 155 xr J . 'tx XSS.- x X, Q ' ef- . ff s 1 v , ' z m - , F 4' X XY Y YXX z V x V ' X .. 'Rug , ., 'sg XX x K s X 5 ' Q Q 0 Q s axxix X' s i an vb NX x I p QM Q 4 4 Q O 1 , s . XM QQ.. ,Q K N Ki E , we 2 H ' 2 . x . .. QW st ', P'z' an L 'Q v9 N vf ' 1 i 1's". 7'X',., is I pxab-ik' QQ 5 5. i QLHE .,5 ',,y,,.,,M : sf: Xt 3 ,S ' E as QA WW' ' . Di in ' . O' pu f 4 ' A ', Q Typical of the people intricately connected with the bustling econom- ic phase of American life, Elyria businessmen work towards many ends. They strive to attain success in their enterprises in order to provide secu- rity for themselves and their families. Through good service, fair dealing, high quality products, and modern advancements they endeavor to sat- isfy and be helpful to their customers. Their support of the yearbook is an example of the fine community co- operation which men of business strive to maintain. 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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 175 SUDRO-CURTIS FUNERAL HOME, INC I I4 Second Street Elyria, Ohio Harvey C. Curtis, President Il? PATRONS BALLY co. sensows JACK cuslcx sulmsn on. ALAN DAVIES KAMM's nsconn SHOP LITTLE Joes Eucrmc mc. HARRY Mc CLELLAND a. soN osTRov's sl-loss 7.251 Rslcl-u.lN FUNERAL Home ses:-:Y Nur snor STAR snos sl-lor I, Peppy Page, the Elyrian mascot, TEMPLE LUMBER Co. present the patrons of our 1960 Yearbook. 'Ill 9 'nnllllh S 1 176 4 , ., M L uw 5- ,'.J9'r ,,, yn 'M' L W imp M Alrw LNJMM XM,v ,gm -Wm qw Miva "vw - T61 'f L War 1 I www QM , Ii I. Senior Activities and lnclex ABAHAZI, ROSALIE R., 124 Edison Ct., Classical, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 3, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross I, 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Secy. 3. ..... . .......v, pp. 18, 89, 99, 106, 110, 118 ADAIR, PATRICIA A., 310 Bell Ave., Home Economics, Y-Teens 1, 2. pp. 18 ALLEN, DONALD C., 227 Yale Ave., General, Physics Club 4. .cL, pp. 18, 101 ANDERSON, THURMAN E., 901 W. River St., Scientific, Track 3, Transferred to E. H.S. in 1958. ..V.f..f.L............-..- P- 18 ARDMAN, CAROL A., 255 Hamilton Ave., Classical, All School Play Actor 3, Crew 1, 2, 4, Herald 1-4, 3rd Page Editor 4, Feature Editor 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 2-4, Monitor 3, Slip Coll. 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Players' Club 1-4, Booster Club 1, 2, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, Distinction Day 3, Class Night Comm. 4, Thespians 3, 4, Quill 8- Scroll 3, 4. ,.,..... pp. 18, 36, 42, 43, 97, 99, 103, 104, 106, 119 ARNDT, GERALD C., 302 Hawthorne Ave., Fine Arts, Library Assistant 4, Hi-Y 1-4. ..... -, ......,.............. .......... p p. 18, 122 B BADER, DAVID S., 225 Howe St., Scientific, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 4. p. 18 BALINT, JAMES C., 206 Bath St., Industrial Ed., Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus 1. ..................,,,.,,.-.-........,,, ,,,p, 18 BALLAS, KIMBERLY A., 230 W. River St., General, Bowling 1, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Chemistry Aide 4, Monitor 3, 4, French Club 4, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 2,4, Student Council 2, Distinction Day 3. .. ..............,,,,,,.... pp, 18, 99, 119, 136 BALLAS, PEGGY J., 369 Beebe Ave., General, Bowling 1, Herald 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 1, Y-Teens 1-4, Distinction Day 3. ,.,,,A.,,,,.,,, pp. 18, 110, 119 BANIK, CAROLE A., 567 Turner St., General, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Bowling I-4, Hockey 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Leaders Group 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Distinction Day 3, Class Night Comm. 4, v.e.,.e...,... pp. 18, 36, 42, 104, 106, 119, 136 BARNDOLLAR, MOLLY M., 1028 Middle Ave., General, Crew 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Announcers 4, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 1, 4, Speech Squad 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Student Council 4. .,.... pp. 18, 41, 42, 43, 94, 104, 109, 110, 118, 119, 124 BARTLEBAUGH, CONNIE A., 212 Beebe Ct., Business Ed., Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, D.E.C.A. 4, Treas. 4, Transferred to E. H.S. in 1957. pp. 18, 111 BARTOS, DOLORES J., 112 Lafayette St., Business Ed., Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, Monitor 4, Office Assistant 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Transferred to E-H-S- in 1957. - .............. .... p p. ta, 42, 109, 11o, 118 BASTIK, DAVID J., 149 Erie St., Business Ed., A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, 4, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-4, Spanish Club 1, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Speech Squad 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Booster Club 3: Hi-Y 14- --.--............ ............ p p. 19, 107, 122 BASTIK, NANCY J., 265 Hawthorne Ave., General, Basketball 1-4, Volleyball 1-4, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-4, Slip Coll. 2, 3, Jr. Achievement 4. ........,,,,, pp, 19, 113, 125 BATES, BETTY A., 237 Foster Ave., General, Basketball 2, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, Student Council 3, Distinction Day 3. .............. ,-,-,,,,,,,,.,, , pp, 19, 124 BATES, RICHARD L., 319 Fifth St., Industrial Ed., Biology Club 3. p. 19 BAUER, JUDITH A., 131 Bell Ave., Home Economics, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Y-Teens 2, 4. pp. 19, 118 BAUM, SUSAN M., 415 Cleveland St., Home Economics, Bowling 3, 4, Cadet Band 2-4, Marching Band 2-4, Booster Club 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Distinction Day 3. ......................, pp. 19, 118, 133 BEAL, DONALD R., 343 Kenyon Ave., Scientific, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 1, Football 1-4, Track 1, 3, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 3, 4. .............................. pp. 19, 1o1, 140, 145, 146 BECHTEL, ROBERT A., 127 Lafayette St., Scientific, Football Manager 2, 3, Distinction Day 3. ........................... pp. 19, 101 BEESON, RICHARD A., R. D. 2 N. Murray Ridge, Scientific, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4. ......................... pp. 19, 101 BENTON, THOMAS L., 244 Burns Rd., Scientific, Fr. Chorus 1, Monitor 2, Proiectionist 2, 3. ................ ............ p . 19 BENTON, WANNETTA C., 106 Hillsdale Ct., Fine Arts, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, Slip Coll. 4, French Club 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Y-Teens 1-4. ................ pp. 19, 118 BERNATH, MERLE E., 238 Longford Ave., Fine Arts, Transferred to 5.1-1.s. in 1959. ............................. ......... p . 19 BILLMAN, BARBARA A., 719 East River St., General, Volleyball 3, All School Play Crew 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Announcers 3, 4, Movie Wkr. 3, French Club 4, Players' Club 4, Y-Teens 4. ........ pp. 19, 99, 109, 118. 119 BINGGELI, CAROLINE F., 252 Fairlawn Ave., Classical, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1, 3, 4, Volleyball 1-4, All School Play Actor 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Library Assistant 1, 2, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 4, Distinction Day 3. ..................................... .... p p- 19, 119 BISHOP, JUDITH A., 347 Kenyon Ave., Scientific, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 3, 4, Volleyball 1-4, Red Bt White Game 3, All School Play Crew 3, 4, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Chemistry Aide 4, Monitor 1-3, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Youth Council 4, Distinction Day 3. ...... . pp. 19, 42, 95, 101. 104, 106, 109, 136 BLAUVELT, GERALD A., 351 Brandtson Ave., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 1. 2. .......................... ...-------------- P P- 19. 115 BODNAR, JUDITH E., 414 W. 6th St., Business Ed., Monitor 3, F.B.L.A. 2, Y-Teens 3,Transferred to E. H.S. in 1955. .....,.,A,, -pp, 19, 118 BOGART, CAROLE J., 155 Lexington Ave., General, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1-4, Hockey 1-4, All School Play Actor 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Players' Club 4, Booster Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 1-4. ........ ,A .,-,, pp, 19, 119 BOONE, DORA D., 150 Huron St., Business Ed., Basketball 2-4, Volleyball 2-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Library Assistant 2. ....... -p. 19 BOOTH, MARJORIE A., Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1-4, V. Pres. 4, Volleyball 1, 3, 4, Red B1 White Game 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Robe Mistress 4, Cafeteria Wkr. 1, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Student Council 2. ......................,,,,,.-,,,--., ,--pp, 19, 135 BOWEN, CULLEN T., 71 Riverside Homes, General, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1-4, Track 1-4, Pub. Salesman 3, Monitor 2, Varsity E 2-4. pp. 20, 24, 140, 143, 144, 146 BOYD, BARBARA A., 125 Adelbert St., General, Bowling 1, Hockey 1, Tennis 2, Chemistry Aide 4, French Club 3, Chemistry Club 3, Booster Club 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1-4. .......... pp. 20, 41, 106, 110, 118 BRENNEMAN, RICHARD A., 420 Earl Ct., Industrial Ed,, Pub. Sales- man 1, Photo Squad 1, A.I.A. 3, 4, Treas. 4. ..,...... pp. 20, 115 BREWER, DOUGLAS R., 529 Cornell Ave., Classical, Library Assistant 3, Monitor 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4. ..... -pp. 20, 104, 110 BRITON, NANCY R., 243 Eastern Heights Blvd., General, Basketball 1, 2, Bowling 1-3, Volleyball 2, All School Play Crew 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 2-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1-4, Pres. 4, Youth Council 4. ......... -pp. 20, 95, 104, 119, 136 BRITTON, FRANCES L., 127 Cascade St., Business Ed., Bowling 1, Fr. Chorus 1, Y-Teens 1. ................................ p. 20 BROWN, CARLYN S., 347 N. Olive St., General, Fr. Chorus 1. ..... p. 20 BURGESS, LARRY G., 440 N. Murray Ridge Rd., Classical, A Cappella Choir 2-4, Fr. Chorus 1, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-4, Slip Coll. 4. ........ pp. 20, 113, 125 BURILL, ROBERT G., 220 E. 15th St., Industrial Ed., Herald 1. ..... p. 20 BURSLEY, LINDA M., 262 Marseilles Ave., Business Ed., Bowling 2, Volleyball 2, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus 1, Jr. Achievement 3, Y-Teens 1, 2. ...................... pp. 20, 124 BUSH, DAVID F., 356 Gulf Rd., Classical, Basketball 1, Football 1-4, Track 1-4, Pub. Salesman 3, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 2-4, Student Council 2-4, Youth Council 1-3. ............... pp. 20, 94, 101, 110, 140, 143, 144, 145, 146 BUTLER, LARRIE D., 334 Hawthorne St., Scientific, Hi-Y 1-4, Secy. 1. pp. 20, 122 C CAPF, GEORGE A., 505 East Ave., Industrial Ed. ........... p. 20 CARIN, STEVEN G., 280 Bellfield Ave., Scientific, Baseball 1, 2, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Monitor 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2-4, Pres. 4, Student 3, 4, Youth Council 3, 4-. .... pp. 20, 23, 94, 95, 101, 110, 122 CARTER, WILLIAM, 1788 Hazelwood Ave., Fine Arts. ........ p. 109 CASHNER, GAIL L., 348 East River St., Business Ed., Bowling 2, Volleyball 2, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Assistant Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Distinction DOY 3- -------.--------------..... -......... p p. 20, 107, 118 CAUGHLIN, WILLIAM T., 389 Gulf Rd., Classical, Monitor 4, Slip Coll. 3, 4, Latin Club 2-4, V. Pres. 4, Honors Reading Club 4. ..... pp. 42, 83, 98, 104, 110 CHAMBERS, DAVID Y., 154 Fairlawn Ave., Industrial Ed. V.l.C. 2. 115 PP- 41. CHAMBERS, LINDA L., 5930 Ford Rd., General, Orchestra 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Slip Coll. 4. .................. pp. 20, 109, 130 CHAMBERS, SUZANNE M., 154 Fairlawn Ave., Business Ed., Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 2, Y-Teens 1. ............................. p. 20 CHEESMAN, MARIAN D., 512 Park Place, Classical, Baseball 1, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1-4, Hockey 1-3, Tennis 1-4, Volleyball 1-4, Red 81 White Game 3, Concert Band 1-3, Marching Band 1-3, Elyrian 1, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Office Assistant 4, Slip Coll. 1-3, French Club 3, 4, Secy. 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Treas. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, V. Pres. 1, Inter-Club 2, Service Chairman 3, Reporter 4, Distinction Day 3, Lorain Game Script 4. ................. pp. 20, 42, 43, 99, 104, 109, 118, 136 CHIPUKITES, GORDON D., 242 Samuel St., Industrial Ed., Baseball 2, Football 1-4, Track 1, Varsity E 1-4, V.I.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Pres. of State V.l.C. 4, Student Council 4. ........ pp. 20, 94, 102, 115, 140, 144, 146 CHRISTENSEN, BEVERLY S., 1241 W. Griswold Rd., Business Ed., Bowling 2, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Elyrian 1, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. ......................,........... pp. 21, 108 CLARK, DELLA M., 332 9th St., Business Ed., Transferred to E.H.S. in 1959. ..........,.........................,,....... p. 111 COBB, JAY E., 1844 Lake Ave., Scientific, A Cappella Choir 2-4, V. Pres. 8- Stage Manager 4, Monitor 4, Latin Club 2, Chairman of Senior Announcements' Com. 4. ........ pp. 21, 35, 38, 42, 110, 125 COOK, DREAMA S., 341W W. River St., Business Ed., Y-Teens 2, 3. p. 21 COOKE, CHARLES T., 124 Charle Ct., Industrial Ed., Football 1, 2, V.l.C. 3, 4. ..................................... pp. 21, 115 COOPER, SHEILA E., 212 E. Fifteenth St., Classical, Basketball 1, Tennis 2-4, Volleyball 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Elyrian 1, Pub. Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Athletic Office Wkr. 4, Slip Coll. 1-3, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 1-4. .... pp. 21, 99, 104, 118, 124, 181 COPE, CAROLYN R., 720 Prospect St., Scientific, Bowling 1, 2, Biology Club 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 4. .... pp. 21, 101 CRANDALL, W. ALLEN, 1225 East Ave., General, German Club 4, Photo Squad 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4. ............... -pp. 21, 98 CROOKE, CLAUDE J., 322 Bell Ave., General, Football 1. ...,, p. 21 CROSKEY, DENNETH E., 5577 Baetz Ct., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4. ..,....,,,.,......,............................... p. 115 CROSS, JAMES D., 113 Cleveland St., General, Baseball 4, Cross Country 4, Spanish Club 1, Players' Club 3, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Production Manager 3, Pres. 4. ,.,.......c..... pp. 21, 122, 143 CROWELL, .IACQUELINE L., 329 Samuel Ave., Business Ed., Bowling 2-4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Office Assistant 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. ....... pp. 21, 107, 119 CRUM, PENELOPE S., 949 E. River St., Classical, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Jr. Choir 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 4, Announcers 3, 4, Library Assistant 1, Slip Coll. 3, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4, Youth Council 4. ....... pp. 21, 42, 95, 107, 109, 136 CUTSHALL, DONALD G., 500 W. 316 St., Business Ed., A Cappella Choir 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Hi-Y 4. ............ .....-. p p- 21, 111, 125 D DANCISKO, DONNA M., 142 Jay Dr., General, Monitor 4, Y-Teens 2-4. ....-............................., .... p p. 21, 110, 119 DARBY, RONALD D., 323 N. Olive St., Scientific, Concert Band 1-3, Marching Band 1-3, Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 1, 2. ,,.. p. 21 DAVIES, JOHN W., 338 Oxford Ave., Industrial Ed., Actor All School Play 3, Crew All School Play 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Players' Club 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Hi-Y 1-4, Treas. 3, Youth Council 2-4, Judge Bicycle Court 3, 4, Ways B- Means Com. 4, Thespians 4. .............. pp. 11, 22, 26, 41, aa, 95, 119, 122 DAVIS, JAY H., 609 Bell Ave., Classical, Actor All School Play 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus 1, Players' Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 1-4, Secy 3, Youth Council 2, 3, Distinction Day 3, Homeroom Coll. 4. .................,.......... pp. 22, 43, 119, 122, 125 DAVIS, SAM L., 142 Warden Ave., Industrial Ed., Basketball 1-4, Football 2, 4, Track 1-4, Cross Country 3, Varsity E 2-4. ..2. pp. 22, 52, 140, 143, 145, 150 DAWSON, KENT H., 203 Overbrook Dr., General, Football 1, Tennis 1-4. ..................................... pp. 22, 143 DAWSON, WILLIAM J., 209 Longfellow St., Industrial Ed., Jr. Choir 2, Frl Chorus 1, A.l.A. 4, V.l.C. 3. ,.,Y...............v,e. p. 22 l --v--.vw Y-.W DEFAZIO, JANET M., 351 Gulf Rd., Business Ed., Bowling 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achievement 3, Y-Teens 1-4. ............... pp. 22, 107, 118 DIDOMENICO, DONALD L., 191 Adelbert St., Industrial Ed., Herald 2, V.l.C. 3. ........................................... p. 22 DISBROW, DAVID D., 2010 Lake Ave., Industrial Ed., Basketball 1, Football 1-4, Track 1-4, Wrestling 4, Varsity E 1-4. .... pp. 22, 140, 143, 144, 146 DODSLEY, GEORGE D., 432 Cleveland St., Scientific, Monitor 1, 2, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 2. .................................. p. 22 DOWLING, CHARLES J., 718 Poplar St., Business Ed., Jr. Achieve- ment 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Transferred to E. H.S. in 1957. .......... p. 22 DRAGINICH, JOAN B., 1670 N. Ridge Rd., General, Office Assistant 3, Slip Coll. 4, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 2. ............... p. 22 DUDLEY, SUSAN L., 358 Longfellow St., Scientific, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-4, Chemistry Aide 4, Monitor 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 1-3, Pres. 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Student Council 2, 3. .... pp. 22, 26, 87, 110, 118, 136 DUPLER, SHARON K., 354 11th St., Business Ed., Bowling 3, Cheer- leader 2, 3, Fr. Chorus 1, Slip Coll. 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 4, Distinc- tion Day 3. ...............................-. pp. 23, 107, 118 DYER, JAMES G., 138 Woodford Ave., Industrial Ed., Library Assistant 2, 3, Chemistry Club 4. ........................... pp. 22, 101 E EAGER, DAVID L., 433 Kenyon Ave., Scientific, Concert Band 1, 2, Marching Band 1, Monitor 2, Jr. Achievement 4, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 1-4, Pres. 1, 2, Secy 4. ,,,.................. - pp. 22, 33, 84, 94, 122 EARLEY, SAMETTA J., 155 West St., Business Ed., Transferred to E. H. s. in 1958. ...................................... p. 22 EDDY, RONALD E., 100 Denison Ave., Scientific, Basketball 1, Foot- ball 1, 2, Track 1, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Choir Ensemble 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Orchestra 1-4, Elyrian 1, 2. ...... pp. 22, 124, 125, 130 EISAMAN, KAY A., 116 Longford Ave., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, French Club 3, Y-Teens 1. ........ p. 22 ELDRIDGE, FRED D., 341 Beebe Ct., Scientific, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 2, 3, Chemistry Aide 4, Library Assistant 2, Slip Coll. 4, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 4. .............................. pp. 22, 101, 122, 125 ELLISON, ELIZABETH M., Northridge Rd., Scientific, Orchestra 4, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Berg Science Seminar 4, Transferred to E. H. S in 1959. ...... pp. 22, 38, 101, 104, 130 ELY, JAMES H., 403 N. Abbe Rd., Industrial Ed., Crew All School Play 4, Crew Senior Class Play 3, 4, Physics Club 3, 4, A.I.A. 4. pp. 23, 101, 103, 115 EMSLIE, ROBERT J., 311 Miami Ave., Scientific, Football 2, Actor All School Play 3, 4, Pub. Salesman 2, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Youth Council 4, Thespians 3, 4, Distinction Day 3. .... pp. 23, 36, 42, 43, 95, 99, 101, 103, 104, 119, 122, 130 ENCZI, MARY K., S. Murray Ridge Rd., General, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Monitor 3, Math Club 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 1, 2, Jr. Achievement 4, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-3, Reporter 3, Distinction Day 3. ............................. pp. 23, 41, 106 ENYEDY, GABRIEL J., 188 Cleveland St., Scientific, Basketball Manager 1-4, Track Manager 1, 2, Pub. Salesman 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Chemistry Aide 4, Slip Coll. 3, Latin Club 2, Math Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 1-4, Booster Club 2, 3, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Production Manager 3. ..... pp. 23, 29, 42,101,114,140 ESLER, ELLEN M., 205 High St., General, Fr. Chorus 1, French Club 3, 4. ............................................ p. 23 ESTMOND, GEORGE G., 115 Pine St., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 2, Transferred to E. H.S. in 1958. ..................... pp. 23, 115 EVERHART, ANNE K., 131 Denison Ave., Classical, Bowling 1, Tennis 2-4, Volleyball 4, Archery 3, 4, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Monitor 2-4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Secy. 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 2, Jr. Achievement 3-4, Y-Teens 1-4. ............................... pp. 23, 104, 11o, ns, 136 F FAUVER, WILLIAM E., 215 Columbia Ave., Scientific, Hi-Y 1-4, Ser- geant at Arms 1, 4, V. Pres. 2. .......,.......... pp. 23, 84, 122 FELTY, BARBARA A., 609 Weller Rd., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Cafeteria Wkr. 3, 4. ...... -pp. 23, 113 FIGULA, CHARLOTTE A., 617 West 3rd St., General, Bowling 1, 2, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Monitor 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 2-4, Distinction Day 3. .........,,.. pp. 23, 110, 118 FISHER, MARTIN B., 325 East River St., General, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1956. FITCH, ALFRED K., 5605 Elyria Ave., Industrial Ed., Football 1, V.I.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4. ,.........,.. ........2.... p p. 23, 115 FLINT, JERRY L., 536 E. Heights Blvd., Business Ed., Basketball 1, F.s.L.A. 3, Hi-Y 1-4. ......................,.,s..,.--... p. 23 FOSSELIUS, LARRY R., 329 Concord Ave., Scientific, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 1. .... pp. 23, 125 FOUSS, G. WILLIAM, 202 Samuel St., Scientific. ........... -p. 23 FOX, JOHN W., 223 8'th St., Industrial Ed. ....... - ..,Aw,,, p. 24 FRANCIS, BARBARA G., 359 Cambridge Ave., Classical, Bowling 1, Concert Band 1-4, Marching Band 1-4, Orchestra 3, 4, Elyrian 2-4, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-4, French 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Physics Club 4, Red Cross 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Senior Class Girls' Distinction Day Comm. 4, Distinction Day 3. ......Y pp. 24, 30, 96, 99, 101, 113, 130, 132 FRANKFATHER, JANE L., 342 Oxford Ave., Classical, Basketball 4, Bowling 1, 2, Tennis 3, 4, Volleyball 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 4, Secy 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 2, F.T.A. 2-4, Pres. 4, Librarian 3, Y-Teens 1-4. ...,L pp. 24, 35, 42, 82, 98, 104, 106, 118, 124, 136 FRANKIEWICZ, RONALD G., 360 Bon Air, Scientific, Chemistry Aide 4, Movie Wkr. 8, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. ..2, pp. 24, 101, 122 G GAGEN, EDWARD C., 325 Kenyon Ave., Industrial Ed., V.I.C. 3, 4. pp. 24, 115 GARBASH, KENNETH R., 658 Poplar St., Business Ed., D.E.C.A. 1. pp. 24, 111 GARGUS, DOLORES J., 128 N. Murray Ridge Rd., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1. .,,-,--,.-.,A,v---, p, 24 GARRETT, DAVID W., 121 Harvard Ave., Scientific, Berg Science Seminar 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Concert Band 1-4, Marching Band 1-4, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Monitor 2, Math Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 1-4, V. Pres. 3, Student 3, Youth Council 3, 4. ..... -pp. 11, 21, 24, 42, 95, 101, 114, 122, 125 GASPER, ROBERT J., 1123 Bell Ave., Industrial Ed. .....,.... p. 24 GAST, LESTER W., 103 Princeton Ave., General, Baseball 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Cross Country 3, 4, Monitor 2, Spanish Club 3- Varsity E 1-4. ...................... pp. 24, 140, 142, 150, 152 GEE, THEODORE R., 1981 Birchwood, General, Transferred to E. H.S. an 1958. .................,..,........,... ,,,,,,,,,,,, p , 24 GERBICK, DAVID T., 5635 Elyria Ave., Scientific, Basketball 1, Chemistry Aide 4, Monitor 2, Office Assistant 2, Slip Coll. 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Math Club 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Speech Squad 2, Student Council 2, Youth Council 1. ....-. pp. 24, 41, 42, 80 GETTY, RONALD D., 366 Hawthorne St., Scientific, Basketball 1, Tennis 3, Latin Club 3, Physics Club 4. .............-...... p. 24 GIMBEN, GLORIA J., 171 Penrose Ct., Scientific, Crew All School Play 4, Concert Band 1-4, Marching Band 1-4, Maiorette 4, Speech Squad 3, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 3. ...... pp. 24, 41, 43, 104, 132 GINGERY, ROY E., 118 Columbia Ave., Scientific, Concert Band 1-4, Marching Band 1-4, Pub. Salesman 4, Chemistry Aide 4, Latin Club 2, Moth Club 3, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Hi-Y 1-3, Berg Foundation Seminar 4. ......... pp. 25, 33, 42, 80, 101, 130, 132 GLASS, EDWARD H., 111 Riverside Homes, Industrial Ed., Intramural Basketball 2, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, A.l.A. 3, 4. ................................. pp. 25, 115, 125 GOLDSMITH, SANDRA J., 418 Garford Ave., Classical, Bowling 1, 3, 4, Crew Senior Class Play 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Herald 2, Pub. Salesman 2-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, 4, Announcers 3, 4, Slip Coll. 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Physics Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 2, Y-Teens 1-4, V. Pres. 4. ....., pp. 25, 29, 42, 101, 109, 119, 124, 136, 158 GRANT, WILLIAM K., 312 Yale Ave., Scientific, Football 1, 2, Track 1, Fr. Chorus 1, Chemistry Aide 4, Math Club 3, Chemistry Club 4, Student Council 2-4, Exec. Board 2-4, Youth Council 3, 4, Senior Class Pres. 4. .......................... -pp. 18, 25, 42, 94, 95 GRECO, ROSEMARY E., 310 Griswold Rd., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, D.E.C.A. 4. ............. -pp. 25, 111 GREEN, JUDITH L., 144 E. Heights Blvd., Business Ed., Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Booster Club 3, Y-Teens 3, 4. ....... pp. 25, 108, 119, 123 GREER, BENNY A., 400 Louisiana Ave., General. ....... pp. 25, 110 GROBE, JAMES R., R. D. 2, Industrial Ed., V.I.C. 3, 4. pp. 25.113, 115 GUIGNETTE, JANE E., 607 Woodland Ave., Business Ed., Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Library Assistant 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Distinction Day 3. ....................... pp. 25, 113 GYMOTI, DOROTHY C., 217 W. River St., Classical, Bowling 2, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Elyrian 1, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-4, Monitor 3, French Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 2-4. ...............-...--- ------- P P- 25. 119 H HALES, JUDITH E., 805 E. Broad St., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1. ...........-...........,.,,,, p, 25 HALES, SHARRON L., 1115 E. River St., General, Fr. Chorus 1, Office Assistant 2-4, Players' Club 3, Y-Teens 4. .... pp. 25, 109, 118 HAMILTON, GARY E., 357 E. River St., Industrial Ed. ........ p. 25 HAMMER, ROBERT C., 753 N. Abbe Rd., Industrial Ed., A.l.A. 4, V.I.C. 3, Treas 3. ..-.-.....,,,,,,,,,-,----, ----,,, p p, 25, 115 HANCOCK, KAREN R., 277 N. Olive St., Classical, Baseball 1, Bowling 1-4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-4, Monitor 3, 4, Slip Coll. 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Booster Club 1, 2, F.T.A. 2-4 Y-Teens 1-4, V. Pres. 3, Youth Council 4. .... pp. 21, 25, 42, 104, 106, 109, 110, 119 HANDLEY, GARY D., 130 Longfellow St., Industrial Ed., Tennis 1, 2, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, V.I.C. 3, 4, Weld. Secy 4. ..... pp. 25, 115 HANEY, GERALD E., 121 Hamilton Ave., Scientific, Tennis 1-4, Bowling 2-4. ...........,.-........,,..,,,,,,,-------, p, 25 HARBERT, SANDRA J., 505 Metcalf, Business Ed., Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, F.3.L.A. 3. ...........................,,,. .. .....,., p. 25 HARDING, WILLIAM R., 455 Adams St., Industrial Ed., V.I.C. 3, 4. pp. 25, 115 HARTLEY, DAVID C., R. D. 2 Murray Ridge Rd., General. ...... p. 25 HARTMAN, RAY A., 994 N. Washington Blvd., Scientific, Physics Club 4. ......,............,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, p, 26 HASTINGS, BETTY A., 133 Monroe, General, D.E.C.A. 4, Secy 4, Transferred to E. H.S. in 1957. ........,......,..... pp. 26, 111 HASTINGS, PHILIP B., 133 Monroe St., Business Ed., Pub. Salesman 2, Slip Coll. 1, F.B.L.A. 3, D.E.C.A. 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, V. Pres. 4, Hi-Y 1, 2- ..-----....-.-............................. pp. 26, 111 HAUER, MARLENE M., R. D. 2 W. Ridge Rd., Classical, Jr. Choir 4, Pub. Salesman 4, French Club 3, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Booster Club 3, Transferred to E. H.S in 1958. .........-.... pp. 26, 104 HAZELTON, WALLACE R., 247 George St., Industrial Ed. ...... p. 26 HEATH, LORNA M., 146 S. Abbe Rd., Home Economics, Jr. Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1. ...................,.,,.. p. 26 HEIDLBERG, VIRGINIA L., 627 E. River St., Classical, Basketball 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, Tennis 2, 3, Volleyball 1-3, Crew All School Play 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, 3, Library Assistant 1, 2, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Speech Squad 1, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1-4, Treas. 4. .... pp. 24, 26, 43, 104, 119, 124, 136 HENNING, SHARON D., 128 Furnace St., Business Ed., Bowling 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Slip Coll. 2, 3. pp. 26, 124 HIGGINBOTHAM, LARRY G., 635 Stanford Ave., Industrial Ed., Cafeteria Wkr. 2-4, V.I.C. 3, 4, Weld. Treas. 4, V. Pres. V.I.C. of State of Ohio. .......................s,..... pp. 26, 102, 115 HIGGINS, TERENCE R., 251 Fairlawn Ave., Scientific, Football 1, Cross Country 1, Orchestra 1-3. .......................... p. 26 HILL, LEONARD C., 362 Columbus St., General, Basketball 1, Football 1-4, Track 1-3, Monitor 2, Varsity E 3, 4, Student Council 2. ..... pp. 26, 140. 141, 145, 146 HILL, PAUL E., 1322 S. West River, Industrial Ed., Football 3, 4, Track 3, Wrestling 4, Varsity E 4. .......... pp. 26, 140, 144, 146 HINES, THOMAS J., 128 Cornell Ave., Scientific, Pub. Salesman 3, 4. .,.,s......,...,...,............................. p. 26 HODGE, DOUGLAS A., R.D. 2 N. Murray Ridge, Industrial Ed., Football 1-4, Fr. Chorus 1, French Club 1, Varsity E 3, 4, V.I.C. 3, 4. ............................... pp. 26, 115, 140, 144, 146 TEN HOFF, ELSIENA W., 1057 Gulf Rd., Classical, Exchange Student from Netherlands. ...................... pp. 12, 27, 42, 95, 104 HOFFMAN, ANN E., 314 12th St., Classical, Sr. Band 3, 4, Secy. 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 3, 4, Announcers 4, French Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 4, Honors Reading Club 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Student Council 2. ,,,,........ pp. 27, 35, 99, 104, 106, 107, 132 HOLZHAUER, DONNA J., 243 George St., Business Ed., Elyrian 1, F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achievement 4, Y-Teens 4. ........ pp. 27, 107, 119 HONSHOFSKY, RICHARD, 504 Fairmont Ave., Industrial Ed. ..,... p. 115 HORN, PHILLIP J., 403 High St., General, Basketball 1, Tennis 2-4, Pub. Salesman 4, F.T.A. 4. ................ pp. 27, 106, 109, 143 HORVATH, WILLIAM J., 250 Fairlawn Ave., Scientific, Football 1, Physics Club 4, Student Council 4. .,...,..,..... pp. 27, 94, 101 HOUPT, JANICE E., 335 Foster Ave., Business Ed., Basketball 1, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Library Assistant 4, Slip Coll. 2, r.a.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. ..................... pp. 27, 107, 113 HOUSEHOLDER, THOMAS J., 583 Broad St., Scientific, Elyrian 2-4, Photo Squad 1-4, Treas. 3. ..................... pp. 27, 96, 111 HUNTLEY, RONALD, 312 E. Broad St., Industrial Ed., A.l.A. 3, 4. --- pp. 27, 115 I IGNATZ, DONALD R., 226 W. River St., General, Library Assistant 2, Proiectionist 3, Math Club 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 4. Y... pp. 27, 114 J JACKSON, BARBARA J., 1112 McLvyn Lane, General, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2-4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, French Club 3, Y-Teens 2. ,w.A..A,v,,,-,-.-.-.,,-,YYYY p, 27 JALOWIEC, EDWARD F., 145 S. Olive St., Industrial ECI., A.l.A. 4, Transferred to E. H. S. in 1956. ........,a,,,,.,,,,-,,,,,, p, 27 JALOWIEC, JUDITH A., 271 Boston Ave., General, Basketball 3, Cheerleader 1-4, Co-Captain 4, Red 8- White Game 3, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 1, 2, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-4, Library Assistant 2-4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Student Council 3. ........,,., pp. 27, 113, 118, 136, 138, 141 JEZEWSKI, CAMILLE J., 415 Foster Ave., General, Bowling 3, Pub. Salesman 2, Spanish Club 1, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 1, F.T.A. 3, Y-Teens 1-4. .......,,,-----------,,, pp, 27, 118, 136 JOHNSON, DAVID H., 128 Warren Ave., Industrial Ed., Bowling 14- ------...........,...e,e .................,..... p p. 27 JOHNSON, JAMES, 337 16th St., General, Football 1, Track 1, Cross Country 4. ........,..............,.. -2 pp. 27, 97, 148 JOHNSON, JUDITH L., 670 Bell Ave., Scientific, Herald 2-4, Second Page Editor 4, Pub. Salesman 2-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 2, Chemistry Aide 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Secy. 3, Chemistry Club 3, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, V, Pres. 4, F.T.A. 2-4, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. ---.-.....-.......... .... ....... p p . 27, 38, 42, 104, 106 JONES, JAMES L., 142 Riverside Ct., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4. ..,. pp. 27 JONES, WAYNE P., 741 River St., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 4. .a.. pp. 27 JONES, WILLIAM B., 447 Earl Ct., Scientific, Cross Country 3, 4, Tennis Manager 1-3, Sr. Band 1-4, Orchestra 2-4, Announcers 4, Hi-Y 1-4, Treas. 1, Pres. 3. ,,,. pp. 27, 42, 94, 122, 131, 132, 143 K KAATZ, WILLIAM H., 8 Phillips Ct., General, Elyrian 1-4, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Bowling 4, Movie Wkr. 2, 3, Proiectionist 1, 2, Physics Club 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Photo Squad 1-4, v. ms. 2, Pres. 3, Hi-Y 3, 4. ...J pp. 27, 96, 101, 107, 111, 122 KAILES, ROBERT L., 160 Corness Ave., Scientific, Cross Country Manager 4, Bowling 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Herald 2-4, Business Manager 4, Math Club 3, Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 4, Distinction Day 3. .....A,.,-.....A,,,,,,,,,, pp, 28, 97, 101 KARBOWNIEZEK, MARGARET A., 162 Fairlawn Ave., Business Ed., Bowling 3, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, Monitor 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Red Cross 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Student Council 3, Distinction Day 3, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1957. s,.... pp. 28, 103, 108, 110, 118 KEITH, SIDNEY R., 537 Randall Rd., General, Sr. Band 1-3, Chemistry Club 3, A.l.A. 3. .....,s,-..-....A.A,,------.-,,.., Yvv, p , 28 KELLER, JOHN L., 1836 W. River Rd., Classical, Sr. Band 1-4, Orchestra 2-4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Student Council 4. .......... pp. 28, 41, 94, 130, 133 KELLEY, BARBARA A., 137 E. Heights Blvd., Business Ed., Herald 4, F.B.I..A. 4. .........A,..,.-......,,,-,,,--------- pp, 28', 97 KELLY, PHILIP, W., 133 Columbia Ave., General, Hi-Y 1-4, Treas. 2, 3, Distinction Day 3. ,..............,-vs-...-.- pp, 28, 122 KELLY, THOMAS J., 183 Brandston Ave., Scientific, Spanish Club 4, Physics Club 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958, Thespians 4, Quill 81 Scroll 4. ......,,,.,...........,....,,,,,,,,,,, p. 28 KELNER, SHAREN L., 201 Longfellow St., Classical, Bowling 1-4, Tennis 2, Pub. Salesman 1, 2, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 2-4, Youth Council 4, Distinction Day 3. .,.. pp. 26, 28, 95, 96, 110, 119, 136 KENNY, MARY C., 217 Jackson Ave., Business Ed. Basketball 1, Elyrian 2, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-4, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, French Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2-4, Distinction Day 3. s,..., pp. 28, 36, 108, 118 KIME, .IOAN E., 811 W. River St., Business Ed., Basketball 1, Y- Teens 2. ..........................................,. p. 28 KINDIG, CONSTANCE, 423 East Ave., General, Archery 2, Spanish Club 1. ...... ..v,.ss..................... p p. 28, 83, 103 KIRKHART, JANETTA L., 245 George St., Business Ed., F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Jr. Achievement 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Distinction Day 3. ...................................... pp. za, 107, 119 KLINE, JUDITH M., 163 Seneca St., Scientific, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-4, Monitor 2, 4, Latin Club 2. .... pp. 28, 110 KLINGSHIRN, WAYNE U., 202 N. Murray Ridge Rd., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4. .................................... pp. 28, 115 KNEPPER, FREDERICK C., 1001 Lake Ave., Industrial Ed., Football 1, V.l.C. 3, 4, Youth Council 1. ...... .....,s,v p p. 28, 115 KNEPPER KAY L., 1001 Lake Ave., General, Basketball 1, Fr. Chorus 1, Cafeteria Wkr. 4, Monitor 3, French Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2-4, Distinction Day 3. ................................ pp. 23, 119 KOCH, SANDRA L., 134 Beverly Ct., General, Bowling 2, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, Monitor 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 4, Distinction Day 3. ........................ pp. 28, 110, 118 KOCHIS, JUDITH E., 359 High St., Business Ed., Basketball 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 4. .,........................ pp. 28, 107, 119, 125 KOEPP, GORDON F., 244 Fairlawn Ave., General. ..,..... pp. 28 KOEPP, LARRY F., 1950 Elyria Lorain Blvd., General ...... pp. 28 KOKAI, JAMES L., 315 W. River St., Industrial Ed., A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, A.l.A. 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. ........ pp. 29, 112, 115, 125 KOKAI, JOHN L., 315 W. River St., Industrial Ed., Proiectionist 2-4, A.l.A. 4. ...................................... pp. 29, 115 KORZAN, RAYMOND J., 363 Oberlin Rd., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4. ........................,..............-. p. 29 KOSCO, SHARON J., 111 W. River St., Classical, Bowling 2, 3, Volleyball 2, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Herald 1, Slip Coll. 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 2, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4. ................ pp. 29, 106, 109, 118 KRIEG, KAREN L., 133 Marseilles Ave., General, Cadet Band 1, Sr. Band 2-4, French Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4. ......, - pp. 29, 99, 106, 118, 132 KRUECK, DOROTHY L., 317 E. Heights Blvd. Classical, Orchestra 1-4, Pub. Salesman 3-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Red Cross 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2-4. ......... - pp. 29, 106, 119, 130 KURTZ, JAMES E., 105 E. Heights Blvd., Scientific, Pub. Salesman 3, Chemistry Aide 4, Library Assistant 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Pres. 3, Math Club 3, Physics Club 4, Student Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, Youth Council 4, Pres. Jr. Class 3, Buckeye Boys' State. .... pp. 29, 42, 94, 95, 101, 102 KUSS, DEBORAH J., 227 E. 6th St., Scientific, Cheerleader 1-4, Co-Capt. 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Choir Ensemble 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Library Assistant 2, Monitor 3, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Physics Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Secy. 4, Student Council 2, Youth Council 3, 4. .... pp. 23, 29, 42, 95, 99, 101, 118, 124, 136, 141 L LAKE, DANIEL G., 212 Marseilles Ave., Fine Arts, D.E.C.A. 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958. ..............--.-.- PP- 29, 111 LANCE, MARGARET L., 132 Lafayette St., General, Sr. Band 1-4, Orchestra 2, 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Library Assistant 1-3, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, Y-Teens 1. ,,......................... pp. 29, 108, 133 LAWSON, BEVERLY J., 507 Foster Ave., Business Ed., Bowling 2, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3. ,............ pp. 29, 108, 110 LEBODA, ROBERT J., 136 Antoinette Dr., Scientific, Football 1, 2, Track 1-4, Cross Country 4, Wrestling 4, Varsity E 2. ........ pp. 29, 142, 180 LEE, BARBARA E., 569 Hilliard Rd., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1 2, Monitor 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, ,YYAv,, ,-,----------.,,,,......... ........ 2 9 , 118 LEHMAN, THOMAS L. 357 N. Abbe Rd., General, Monitor 2, At- tended E.H.S. 2, 4, ....................... ----------- P - 29 LENGEL, STEVE L. 121- Blake St., General, Basketball 1-4, Baseball 4, Football 2-4, Track 1-4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 1-4, Student Council 4, Youth Council 3. ..... . pp. 30, 42, 101, 140, 143, 145, 147, 150, 152 LESSIN, CAROL B., 312 West Ave., General, Crew All School Play 3, 4, Crew Sr. Class Play 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Service Chairman 4, Thespians 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958. .....,--aa,........... pp. 30, 103, 104, 106, 110, 119 LICHTY, JANET A., 1119 lake Ave., Business Ed., Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Library Assistant 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Red Cross 1-4. ..........................--.v.. pp- 30, 107. 113 LOCHER, ELIZABETH A., 158 Stanford Ave., Business Ed., Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Red 8. White Game 3, Pub. Salesman 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, 4, Library Assistant 4, Leaders' Group 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. ...... .. s.,,..... pp. 30, 136 LOEB, PATTI L., 912 Park Ave., General, Basketball 1, Bowling 2, Hockey 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Sales- man 2, 3, Library Assistant 2, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Booster Club 1-3, Red Cross 2-4, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Comm. Chairman 2, Youth Council 4. .................. pp. 30, 95, 104, 107, 119 LONG, JUDITH A., 192 Bath St., Fine Arts, Crew All School Play 1-4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 2, Players' Club 2-4, Treas. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Thespian 4. ........ pp. 24, 30, 42,103. 118. 119 LONG, SANDRA A., 258 Harrison St., Business Ed., Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, F.B.L.A.- 3, Y-Teens 1, 2. ..............s..A p. 30 LUNDBERG, NORMAN H., 1040 Foster Ave.7 General7 Cadet Band 17 Concert Band 47 Marching Band 2-47 Orchestra 2-47 Hi-Y 3, 4i Homeroom Coll. 4. .,......,.,,,,.,,, pp. 30, 41, 122, 131, 132 LUTZ, TIMOTHY R., 991 N. Washington Ave.7 Scientific7 All School Play Actor 37 Sr. Band 1-47 Monitor 37 Players' Club 3, 4. WW-- pp. 30, 100, 119 LYNN, MARY L., 432 W. 15th St.7 General7 Basketball 37 French Club 3, 47 Red Cross 47 Jr. Achievement 47 Student Council. ,,,,,, pp. 30, 99, 107, 113, 118 M MADARA, JANICE M., 901 East Ave.7 General7 Orchestra 1-47 String Ensemble 3, 47 Office Assistant 37 Spanish Club 37 Honors Reading Club 3, 47 F.T.A. 1, 27 Y-Teens 1-4. ,W . pp. 30, 42, 118, 130, 131 MADDEN, WILSON H., 316 Washington Ave.7 Scientific7 Basketball 2-47 Football 1, 3, 47 Golf 1-47 Monitor 17 Latin Club 27 Varsity E 1-47 Student Council 2. ..., pp. 15, 30, 33, 142, 145, 146, 147, 150, 152 MAHAR, JUDY A., 312 Cornell Ave.7 General7 Baseball 17 Basketball 1-47 Bowling 1-47 Tennis 37 Volleyball 1-47 Red 81 White Game 3, 47 All School Play Crew 47 Tax Stamp Coll. 37 Spanish Club 2, 37 Leaders' Group 2, 37 Y-Teens 1-4. .,.-.e.e-.. PP. 30, 36, 41, 119 MAHER, KAREN A., 228 E. 16th St.7 Business Ed7 Y-Teens 1-4. M-. p. 30 MARTIN, THOMAS H., 121 E. Heights Blvd.7 Scientific7 Herald 2, 37 Biology Lab Aide 47 Biology Club 37 Physics Club 47 Photo Squad 1.3, .,----,,,---,,n---,,,,- W 4--,,,,.,,,,.,.,, pp. 31, 125 MASON, BETTY M., 308 Bell Ave.7 Home Economics. .,,,., p. 31 MC CAIN, THOMAS C., 354 Hawthorne St.7 General. ,.-, p. 31 MCDIVITT, BONADINE P., 249 Bath St.7 General7 D.E.C.A. 47 Y- Teens 3, 47 Distinction Day 3. .-.--..ee-.e-..eeee- PP- 31, 111 MC DOWELL, MARY M., 966 Gulf Rd.7 Scientific7 Bowling 3, 47 A Cappella Choir 3, 47 Glee Club 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Annnouncers 3, 47 Physics Club 47 Honors Reading Club 47 Booster Club 27 F.T.A. 3, 47 Y-Teens 1-47 Student Council 27 Ways and Means Comm. 4. ,,,. pp. 26, 31, 101, 104, 106, 109, 118, 124 MC LAUGLIN, JAMES G., 342 Roosevelt Ave.7 Classical7 Crew Sr. Class Play 47 Monitor 3, 47 Fr. Chorus 1, 27 Spanish Club 3, 47 Honors Reading Club 47 D.E.C.A. 47 Distinction Day 3. ,,s,, ..- pp. 31, 110 MC RAE, SUSAN B., 228 Gates Ave.7 Classical7 Basketball 1, 47 A Cappella Choir 47 Jr. Choir 37 Glee Club 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Pub. Salesman 47 Tax Stamp Coll. 3, 47 Chemistry Aide 47 Library Assistant 27 Latin Club 27 Math Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 47 Physics Club 47 Booster Club 27 F.T.A. 3, 4j Y-Teens 1-4. .s,, pp. 31, 42, 101, 106, 114,118, 124 MERTZ, HARLAN R., 537 N. Murray Ridge Rd.7 Scientific7 Sr. Band 132 1-4, Treas. 4. ,....,.,....e,e.....e -- e.--e.--e-- PP- 31, MESSAROS, ALBERT D., 2128 Lake AVG.: Industrial Ed.7 Track 1,27 V.l.C. 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, 4. ....e...-e-..-.---A--- PP- 31, 115 METZGER, DAVID C., 212 Clark St.7 Industrial Ed.7 Basketball 2-47 Cross Country 4. ,.....,............. pp. 31, 38, 150, 151, 152 MICHAEL, JAMES R., 160 Berkley Dr.7 General7 Cadet Band 17 Elyrian 27 Pub. Salesman 27 Tax Stamp Coll. 27 Biology Aide 47 Spanish Club 37 Physics Club 4. .....ee.....e,.....-e-e. P- 31 MIKA, DENNIS L., 453 Poplar ST.: Scientific7 Baseball 17 Sr. Band 1-4, Pres. Ai Orchestra 3, 47 Physics Club 47 Jr. Achievement 27 Hi-Y 2. -,,,, A,..,.,,,.....,,.....,,.......,, pp. 31, 131, 133 MIKO, ALEXANDER I., 136 W. River St.7 General7 Jr. Choir 37 Glee Club 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Elyrian 17 Mimeograph Wkr. 47 Monitor 3, 47 Honors Reading Club 47 Booster Club 27 Y-Teens 1-47 Distinction Day 3. -..W ..,.........,...,,,,.....,,, pp. 31, 108, 110, 119 MILLER, JANICE I., 110 E. Griswold Rd.7 Classical7 Tumbling 1, 27 Elyrian 17 Pub. Salesman 1, 2, 47 Chemistry Aide 47 Latin Club 2. M ...,..,,..........,......,...,...,..... pp. 31, 42, 101 MILLER, KAREN L. 2103 Lake Ave.7 Business Ed.7 Bowling 1, 27 Glee Club 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Tax Stamp Coll. 47 Mimeograph Wkr. 47 Office Assistant 47 Y-Teens 2-4, Student Council 47 Exec. Board 47 Sr. Class Color Comm. ......,,....... pp. 23, 31, 43, 94, 119 MILLER, KATHLEEN A., Library Assistant 2, 3, Pres. 3i Honors Read- ing Club 4. ..,,..,................s,.,......... pp. 31, 108 MILNER, JO ANN, 701W W. River St.7 Business Ed.I Jr. Choir 37 Glee Club 27 Fr. Chorus Tj Y-Teens 2-4. s.......,, pp. 31, 42, 118 MIRABEN, GEORGE W., 320 Columbia Ave.7 Scientific7 Basketball 17 Track 17 All School Play Actor 37 A Cappella Choir 2-4, Pres. 47 Choir Ensemble 2-47 Fr. Chorus 17 Sr. Band 1-47 Orchestra 3, 47 Latin Club 27 Honors Reading Club 3, 47 Players' Club 3, 47 Student Council 37 Youth Council 2, 47 Buckeye Boys' State 37 Legion Essay Winner 37 Distinction Day 37 Class Night Comm. Chairman 4. ......,.,. pp. 31, 36, 42, 43, 95, 102, 104, 119, 124, 125, 131, 133 MITCHELL, DORIS S., 1716 Middle Ave.7 Classical7 Basketball 27 Actor All School Play 37 Crew All School Play 1-47 Crew Sr. Class Play 1-47 A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Librarian 47 Choir Ensemble 3, 47 Glee Club 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Monitor 37 French Club 1, 2, 47 Honors Reading Club 47 Players' Club, V. Pres. 47 Booster Club 1-37 F.T.A. 3, 4, Librarian 47 Y-Teens 2-4, Treas. 37 Distinction Day 37 Thespians 4, V. Pres. 4. .,........,,.......... pp. 31, 103, 104, 119, 124 MITCHELL, WILLIAM, 125 Waverly 51.2 Industrial Ed.7 Football 1-37 Track 1-37 Varsity E 2, 3. ...,,........,.,,,,.......... Q p. 31 MOHNEY, TED E., 423 Bond St.7 Scientific7 Pub. Salesman 47 Library Assistant 37 Monitor 37 Proiectianist 37 Math Club 37 Jr. Achieve- ment 3, 4, Pres. 4. ............................,..,,. p. 32 MOODY, BARBARA J., 913 Foster Ave.7 Business Ed. .,,... p. 32 MOORE, CHARLES G., 334 Winckles St.7 Industrial Ed.7 Football 17 Track 17 Fr. Chorus 17 Pub. Salesman 27 A.I.A. 3, 4, Pres. 4. .... pp. 32, 115 MOORE, DOTTI J., 342 Pasadena Ave.7 Business Ed.7 Jr. Choir 3, Treas. 37 Glee Club 27 Pub. Salesman 47 Tax Stamp Coll. 17 Athletic Office Wkr. 47 Office Assistant 27 Leaders' Group 3, 47 Booster Club 2, 3j Red Cross 2, 37 Y-Teens 1-47 lnterclub Council 4. ..,,,.........,,v.,............. pp. 32, 42, 118, 136, 181 MOORE, .IENNIE M., 111 Pine St., Business Ed.7 Basketball 1, 27 Bowling 1, 27 Volleyball 1, 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Library Assistant 2, 37 Monitor 47 Y-Teens 1-4. ,......................... pp. 110, 118 MOORE, JUDI M., 342 Pasadena Ave.7 Business Ed.7 Jr. Choir 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Monitor 47 Office Assistant 27 Leaders' Group 3, 47 Booster Club 1, 27 Red Cross 1, 27 Y-Teens 1-47 Student Council 4, Exec. Board 47 Youth Council 37 Distinction 37 Homeroom Coll. 4. pp. 32, 36, 41, 42, 94, 110, 118 MOORE, KATHLEEN A., 1036 N. Pasadena Ave.7 Classical7 Basketball 17 Bowling 47 Hockey 17 Glee Club 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Herald 2, 3, Columnist 37 Spanish Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 37 Honors Reading Club 3, 47 Leaders' Group 3, 4, Pres. 47 Booster Club 2, 3, Secy. 3, Treas. 37 F.T.A. 47 Y-Teens 1-4, Treas. 2i Student Council 3, Exec. Board 37 Youth Council 3, 4, Secy. 47 Girls' Distinction Day Comm. 4. ........,,,,,,.... pp. 30, 32, 42, 43, 95, 104, 106, 119, 136 MOOS, JUDITH A., 1100 Park Ave.7 Classical7 Basketball 17 Bowling 1, 27 Volleyball 17 A Cappella Choir 3, 47 Glee Club 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Herald 2-4, Editor 47 Tax Stamp Coll. 47 Latin 27 Spanish Club 3, 47 Leaders' Group 3, 4i Booster Club 1, 27 F.T.A. 3, 4, Secy. 47 Y-Teens 1-4, Pres. 27 Distinction Day 37 Quill and Scroll 4. ....,, pp. 29, 32, 42, 97, 106, 119, 136 MORAN, LINDA L., 1156 Garden St.7 Scientific7 Baseball 2, 37 Basketball 2-47 Bowling 2-47 Hockey 2-47 Tennis 2, 37 Volleyball 2-47 Red 81 White Game 37 Players' Club 3, 47 Leaders' Group 3, 47 Sports Chairman 47 Transferred to E.H.S. in 1957 , ,.... pp. 32, 136 MORGAN, CONNIE D., 328 4th St.7 Scientific7 Bowling 3, 47 Hockey 17 A Cappella Choir 3, 47 Glee Club 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Herald 27 Athletic Office Wkr. 47 Latin Club 27 Honors Reading Club 47 Leaders' Group Booster Club 1, 27 F.T.A. 3, 47 Y-Teens 1-47 Youth Council 1. ,.....,s pp. 30, 32, 104, 106, 110, 119, 124, 136, 181 MORRIS, SUZZNNE R., 1099 W. River Rd.7 General7 Bowling 1, 27 Crew All School Play 47 A Cappella Choir 3, 47 , Jr, Choir 27 Fr. Chorus 17 Tax Stamp Coll. 4i Announcers, 3, 47 Monitor 47 French Club 1, 2, 47 Honors Reading Club 47 Players' Club 47 Booster Club 1-3, Pres. 27 Red Cross 47 F.T.A. 47 Y-Teens 1-47 Youth Council 3. .....................,.. pp. 32, 99, wo, 109, 110,'119, 125 MORY, JOHN G., 135 Roosevelt Ave.7 General7 Slip Coll. 3. .... p. 32 MOSS, ALICE I., 111 Byington CT.: Classical7 Bowling 1-47 Crew All School Play 37 Orchestra 1-47 Elyrian 2-4, Editor 4j Monitor 37 French Club 37 Latin Club 2j Honors Reading Club 3, 47 Players' Club 37 Booster Club 1, 27 F.T.A. 2-4, Treas. 37 Y-Teens 1-3, Secy. 17 Student Council 27 Youth Council 2-47 Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4. ...... pp. 32, 42, 94, 96, 104, 106, 130, 131 MUNHALL, SUSAN .I., 1305 Lake Ave.7 Scientific7 Basketball 47 Bowling' 3, 47 Y-Teens 47 Distinction Day 37 Transferred to E.H.S. 1n 1958. ...............,. .,.................. ..,... p p . 32 MURPHY, GAIL A., 434 Earl Ct.7 Business Ed.7 D.E.C.A. 47 Reporter 47 Y-Teens 1-4. .......................... -- pp. 32, 111, 118 MURRAY, HILTON P., 314 16th St.7 Fine Artsp Basketball 1-47 Football 1-47 Track 1-47 Varsity E 1-4. .... pp. 24, 32, 140, 143, 144, 147, 150, 152 MYERS, MARGARET L., 283 Longford Ave.7 Business Ed.7 Fr. Chorus 17 Mimeograph Wlkr. 47 Y-Teens 1-3. .......... pp. 32, 83, 108 N NEAL, CARY F., 405 Oberlin Rd.7 General7 Transferred to E.H.S. in 1957. .....,......,..,..,.,.,,,,,w,, ,A,,,,,.,,,,, P P, 32 NEMES, ROSALIE I., 1120 Garford Ave.7 Classical7 Basketball 17 Bowling 1-37 Sr. Band 1-37 Maiorette 37 Jr. Achievement 47 Y-Teens 14- ------------------...... .............. p p. 32, 118, 119 NEMETH, ROSEMARY K., 1111 Park Ave.7 Classical7 Cadet Band 17 Sr. Band 2-47 Library Assistant 47 Monitor 27 French Club 3, 47 Honors Reading Club 37 Booster Club 1, 27 F.T.A. 2-47 Y-Teens 1-4. ----...-...... - ........ ......... p p. 32, 99, 106, 113, 133 NEWTON, WILLIAM H., '1828 West Ave., General, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1959. ...w.,,........Y.fg,Y..........v.,f -ee pp- 33 NICKEL, BARBARA A., 114 Pasadena Ave., Classical, Tennis 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Librarian 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Elyrian 1-4, Business Manager 4, Pub, 1, 2, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, French Club 1, 2, 4, V-Pres. 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Secy. 4, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 1-4, Distinction Day 3, Announcement Comm. 4. ,, pp. 33, 35, 42, 96, 99, 104, 119, 124 NIEDING, FLORENCE D., 212 Gates Ave., General. ,,,A p. 33 NORTHEIM, MARLENE A., 1030 N. Murray Ridge Rd., Business Ed., Volleyball 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. 1, 2, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Booster Club 1-3, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 2-4. ,.,,.,....... pp. 33, 107, 118, 124 NOSTER, SYLVIA G., 264 Winckles St., Business Ed. ....,..,. p. 33 NOVAK, JOHN W., 227 Roosevelt Ave., Scientific, Basketball 1, 2, Sr. Band 1-4, Orchestra 2-4, Treas. 3, Pub. Salesman 1-3, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, Youth Council 1-4, V. Pres. 4,' Buckeye Boys' State. ..,,.... pp. 23, 33, 42, 95, 102, 131, 133 O 0'DOWD, PAUL D., 345 12th St., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4. ,... pp. 33, 115 ORR, NANCY L., 625 Washington Ave., Classical, Tennis 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Historian 4, Choir Ensemble 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Chemistry Aide 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 2-4, Secy. and Treas. 3, Y-Teens 2-4, Student Council 3, Youth Council 4, Distinction Day 3. e,...,,... pp. 29, 33, 42, 95, 99, 104, 107, 118, 124, 136 OTT, RONALD R., 138 Manor Dr., General, Track 2, Cafeteria Wkr. 3, Physics Club 4, A.I.A. 3, 4, Secy. 4. .e.,..., pp. 33, 101, 115 OWENS, WALTER T., 235 Sth St., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4. ,.,. 33, 42, 115 P PANKOFF,JON F., 955 E. River St., Scientific, Basketball 1, Football 1, Tennis 1, Track 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Pub. Salesman 2, 3, latin Club 2, Aediles 2, Physics Club 4, Youth Council 3, 4. ...Y pp. 26, 33, 95, 125 PAPENBROCK, REANETTE E., 232 Emerson Ct., Classical, Bowling 1, 2, Crew All School Play 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Booster Club 1, 2, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 2-4, Distinction Day 3. ...... pp. 33, 106, 110, 118, 119, 136 PAPP, SHARON K., 133 Brandtson Ave., Classical, Basketball 3, Bowling 3, Volleyball 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, French Club 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Honors Reading Club 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Distinction Day 3. .... 33, 104, 108, 136 PEARCE, EILEEN M., 202 Beebe Ct. Business Ed., Baseball 1, 2, Bowling 1-4, Treas. 4, Tennis 2, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, Y-Teens 1-4. ............ A- pp. 33, 83, 108, 118, 136 PECAUT, ARTHUR J., 618 Harvard Ave., Scientific, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Hi-Y 4. .............. pp. 34, 101, 104 PERKINS, ROBERT T., 441 Adams St., Scientific, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1-4, Golf 1-4, Office Assistant 3, Slip Coll. 3, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 2-4, A.I.A. 3, Jr. Representative 3, Youth Council 4. - . pp. 34, 95, 140, 142, 144, 147, 180 PESTI, ROBERT A., 269 Courtland Ave., General, Baseball 2-4, Bas- ketball 1, Cross Country 4, Monitor 3, Varsity E 2-4, Flower Com. 4, ..,,,,,,,.,...,.........,........... pp. 21, 34, 142, 148 PETERS, DONALD J., 172 Fairlawn Ave., General, Baseball 2, Foot- ball 1-3, Track 1, Crew Distinction Day Play 3, Monitor 3, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 3, Jr. Achievement 4, V. Pres. 4. .... pp. 34, 101 PETERSEN, DONA K., 115 Yale Ave., Classical, Sr. Band 1-4, Orchestra 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Red Cross 3, Jr. Achievement 4, Sales Manager 4, Y-Teens 1-4. ,.,. pp. 34, 84, 99, 118, 130, 132 PFEIFFER, JUNE R., 2222 lake Ave., General, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 2, Y-Teens 2, ............... .-ee--------------- P - 34 PIERCE, RICHARD A., 343 8th St., Industrial Ed. .,.,,,,. p. 34 PIGMAN, THOMAS E., 184 Bath St., Industrial Ed. ,..... H p. 34 PINTUR, SANDRA V., 1623 W. Griswold Rd., General, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1959. ....--ee.-...v-.eAA. PP. 34, 103, 130, 131 PLUTA, THOMAS J., 157 Fairlawn Ave., Business Ed., D.l.C.A. 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958. ,.A..............eeee.eA p. 34 POAD, DAVID R., 965 E. River St., Scientific, Basketball 1-3, Football 1-4, Captain 4, Tennis 1-4, Crew All School Play 4, Sr. Band 1, Monitor 4, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 1-4, Student Council 1, 2, Treas. 2, Youth Council 1-4, Treas. 3. cc..- pp. 24, 34, 42, 95, 101, 102, 110, 140, 143, 144, 146, 147 R RANKIN, DAVID A., 150 Cleveland St., Industrial Ed., V.I.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4. .............,.,-..............H,....... pp. 34, 115 REDINGTON, CHARLES B., 236 E. 6th St., Scientific, Baseball 1-3, Basketball 1-3, Football 1, Track 1, Cross Country 3, Jr. Choir 2, Pres. 2, Pub. Salesman 2, 4, Football Movies 1-3, Physics Club 4, Players' Club 1-3, Varsity E 2-4, Jr. Achievement 2, Youth Council 2-4, Member-At-large 2. ........ pp. 6, 34, 42, 46, 95, 101, 106, 125, 140 REDMAN, MARY L., 337 Wesly Ave., General, Fr. Chorus 1. np. 34 REED, JOHN, 429 14th St., General, Sr. Band 1-4, Monitor 4. .... 34, 133 REID, LAWRENCE, 202 Clinton Ave., General, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Monitor 3, 4. ,........ pp. 34, 124 REINDL, DOLORES A., 347 E. Griswold Rd., General, Bowling 2, German Club 4, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 2, 4. ,,...,.. pp. 34, 106, 119 REMSHAK, RICHARD, 2704 W. River Rd., Industrial Ed., Basketball 1, 2, Football 1-3, Track 1, 2, Varsity E 1-3, V.l.C. 3, 4, Reporter 4. .e.,..v.,..,................,.......,,,,e,,.... 34, 115 RENKEL, DONALD, 174 Beeb Ct., Industrial Ed. REYNOLDS, DAVID C., 510 Princeton Ave., Scientific Ed., Fr. Chorus 1. ............e...,.Y..,...,.,...,......,,...Y,..... p. 34 RHODEHAMEL, KAREN D. 740 Duffey St., Fine Arts. .....v p. 34 RICHARDSON, CHESTER E., 381 Penfield Ave., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4. ....w.....................................,,,.,. p. 35 RICHARDSON, PATRICIA L., 381 Penfield Ave., Classical, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, Latin Club 2, Leaders' Group 3, 4, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1, 4. ....................,,. --, pp. 35, 105, 118, 136 RIDER, C. EMMETT, 285 Hawthorne St., Classical, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Choir Ensemble 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Cadet Band 1, Sr. Band 2-4, Pub. Salesman 3, Latin Club 2-4, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Speech Squad 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. eeee pp. 35, 98, 101, 122, 124, 125, 132 REITH, ROBERT G., 164 Emerson Ct., Scientific, Manager Baseball 2-4, A Cappella Choir 2-4, Fr. Chorus 1. .,..,,,c pp. 35, 125, 142 ROBERTS, JOHN, 209 N. Olive St., Scientific:Proiectionist 2, 3, Photo Squad 1. ................................. ....... p p. 35, 43 ROBERTS, KEITH C., 105 Gulf Rd., General, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1957. ,.............,,.....,,,,,,,.,,,,,..... ,,,-, P , 35 ROBERTS, LINDA J., 123 Kaiser Ct., General, Crew All School 4, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 3, 4, Library Assistant 3, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Youth Council 1-4, Jr. Class Treas. 3, Jr. Princess 3, Queen 4. -- ..................,,Y, pp. 9, 30, 35, 94, 95 RODMAN, WILMA A., 1620 W. Griswold Rd., General Ed., Bowling 3, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, Spanish Club 1, Booster Club 3. .-..,g.,,,v,-.,-----,,,.,,.,,AY, pp, 35, 108 ROOT, SANDRA L., 256 Schadden Rd., Fine Arts, Bowling 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. .....,.....-.........A,,, ,---------,,,,,---- P , 35 ROSE, PANSY J., 131 Purdue Ave., Business Ed., Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1-4, Bowling 1-4, Tennis 1-4, Volleyball 1-4, Red 81 White Game 3, 4, Crew All School Play 3, Pub. Salesman 3, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Chemistry Aide 4, Leaders' Group 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Student Council 3, Coll. Senior Class 4, Distinction Day 3. -- pp. 35, 41, 42, 136 ROSENBAUM, KENNETH E., 155 Denison Ave., Scientific Ed., Herald 1-4, Sports Editor 2-4, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Latin Club 2, Math Club 2, Math Club 3, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 3, Booster Club 2, Jr. Achievement 3. ...........,,A,,,,,- pp, 35, 97, 101 ROUNDS, RICHARD L., 124 Hawthorne Ave., Fine Arts, Football 2- ---------------------------- .-.-...-............. - p. 35 RUDY, MARSHA K., 110 Elma Dr., General Ed. .,.... pp. 35, 42 RUSSEL, RONALD B., 1104 N. Washington Ave., Classical Ed., Bas- ketball 1, Football 1-3, Track 1-3, Spanish Club 4, Varsity E 3. p. 35 S SABO, ALLEN A., 163 lrondale St., Industrial Ed., Basketball 1, Football 2-4, Track 1-4, VarsityE 2-4,A.I.A. 3, Student Council 2. ...........c...c.............. pp. 36, 140, 143, 144, 147 SADLER, MARY D., 116 Elma Dr., Classical Ed., Bowling 2, Crew All School Play 4, Pub. Salesman 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 4, Monitor 4, French Club 1, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Booster Club 1, 2, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4, Youth Council 2, Chairman Prom Comm. 4. ..,, pp. 24, 36, 42, 99, 104, 106, 110, 113, 119 SALATA, GERALD T., 1053 Bell Ave., Industrial Ed. c,.. pp. 36, 115 SALISBURY, JUDITH A., 333 N. Olive St., Classical Ed., Basketball 1, 4, Hockey 1, Volleyball 1, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Elyrian 1, Pub. Salesman 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 4, Chemistry Aide 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4. pp. 36, 42, 101, 102, 104 SALLADAY, GAYLE A., 109 Harvard Ave., Classical, Bowling 3, 4, Crew All School Play 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Chemistry Aide 4, Library Assistant 1, 2, Slip Coll. 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 4, Y-Teens 1-4. ,, ........... pp. 36, 42, 119 SALLIS, BETTY C., 128 Rambler Rd., Fine Arts, Tennis 2, Spanish Club 3, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Youth Council 2, Chairman Flower Comm. 4. ............ pp. 21, 36, 107, 119 SANDROCK, LYNN, A., 1052 N. Pasadena Ave., Scientific, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Monitor 4. ...........................,........ p. 36 SAPP, SUSAN R., 839 Bond St., Business Ed., Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958. ...................................e..,Y,Y..... p. 36 SAVAGE, DENNIS J., 150 Stanford Ave., Scientific, Pub. Salesman 2, 3, Slip Coll. 4, Latin Club 3, Hi-Y 3, 4. .......e-.ee pp. 36, 122 SCHNEIDER, JOHN W., 1244 Sugar Ridge Rd., Industrial Ed., Foot- ball 4, Track 4, Wrestling 4, Varsity E 4. ...... pp. 36, 140, 143, 144, 147 SCHNEIDER, ROBERT C., 1244 Sugar Ridge Rd., Industrial Ed., A.l.A. 4, V.l.C. 3, Student Council 1, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1954. p. 115 SCHNUR, RONALD L., 137 Kenwood St., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4. pp. 36, 115 SCHODITSEH, LOIS I., 214 Howe Sf., Fine Arts. .Y......-..- P- 36 SCHROEDER, DALE A., 185 Longfellow St., Scientific, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 4, Hi-Y 4. .-.-.---...----- PP- 36. 101 SCHROEDER, JUDITH E., 117 Marseilles Ave., Business Ed., Bowling 2, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Cafeteria Wkr. 3, Jr. Achievement 3, Y-Teens 1-3. .... pp. 36, 124 SCHULTZ, DENNIS C., 297 Overbrook Rd., General. .... pp. 29, 37, 42 SCHULTZ, NEAL H., 423 Earl Ct., General, Student Council 4, Exec. Board 4, Youth Council 3, 4, Exec. Board 4, Transferred to E.H.S. ,,. 1958, ,,,.,,,,.,-,,,,,,.,,.... pp. 6, as, 37, s7, 94, 95, 122 SCOTT, DONALD S., 110 Marseilles Ave., Scientific, Movie Wkr. 2, German Club 2, Physics Club 4, Jr. Achievement 4. ,,.. pp. 13, 37, 101 SCOTT, WALTER L., 404 Bell Ave., Scientific, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, German Club 4, Math Club 4, Physics Club 4. .... pp. 37, 101 SEHBOLD, CAROL J., 127 Lakeview Dr., Fine Arts, Basketball 1, Bowling 1-3, Volleyball 1, 2, Crew Sr. Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Announcers 4, Athletic Office Wkr. 4, French Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Youth Council 3, 4, Buckeye Girls' State. ,-. pp. 36, 37, 42, 83, 95, 99, 102, 104, 109, 119, 136, 181 SEYMORE, JOHN E. 105 Cleveland St., Business Ed., Tax Stamp Coll. 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Jr. Achievement 3, D.E.C.A. 4. .,Y,. pp. 37, 111 SHACKETT, ERROLYN M., 218 Hayes Ave., Business Ed. .... p. 37 SHAFER, IDA M., 500 Willow Park Rd., General, Fr. Chorus 1, Latin Club 2, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 3. ....-...---------- ------ P - 37 SHANNON, PATRICIA M., Box 27 West Ridge, General, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1960. SHAW, LILA B., 352 Volcan St., General, Basketball 1, Bowling 1-3, Hockey 1, Volleyball 3, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. .............-.-.- pp. 37, 107, 119 SHEPHERD, HELEN M., 139 Huron St., Business Ed., Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 2-4, Bowling 1-4, Tennis 3, Volleyball 1-4, Red 8. White Game 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 3, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Athletic Office Wkr. 4, Cafeteria Wkr. 1-3, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Secy. 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Secy 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Jr. Achievement 4, Y-Teens 2-4, Student Council 3, 4. ....... pp. 37, 42, 104, 118, 124, 136 SHILLING, JOAN, 418 Washington Ave., Classical, Bowling 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Secy. 4, Glee Club 2, Pres. 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Athletic Office Wkr. 3, 4, Monitor 1, 2, French Club 3, Latin Club 2, Treas. 2, Math Club 3, Honors Reading 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Y-Teen 1-3, Student Council 3, Treas. 3, Youth Council 1-4, Jr. Class V. Pres., Sr. Class Secy., Freshman Princess, Sr. Princess. .... pp. 9, 11, 15, 18, 37, 42, 95, 104, 106, 124, 136, 181 SHINGLETON, PENNY J., 524 W. River St., Business Ed., D.E.C.A. 4. pp. 37, 111 SHOEMAKER, JOAN E., 316 Park Ave., Classical, Hockey 1, Crew All School Play 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 2, 3, Fr. Chorus 1, Herald 3, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Monitor 3, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Secy. 3, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, Players' Club 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4, Publicity Chairman 4. -,.-.. pp. 37, 43, 97, 99, 104, 118', 119, 124 SHREVE, LESTER B., 1972 Lake Ave., General. ............ p. 37 SHRUBSOLE, LAWRENCE E., 1281 East Ave., Scientific, Chemistry Aide 3, Slip Coll. 4, Physics Aide 4, Physics Club 3, 4. ......... pp. 37, 101 SIFFERT, PATRICIA E., 259 N. Abbe Rd., Home Economics, Bowling 3, 4. ................................. ............... p . 37 SIMMONS, DAVID W., 880 Oak St., Scientific, Physics Club 4, Hl'Y 4- -----A------------ ------------..-. - -pp. 37, 101, 122 SIMMONS, SANDRA L., 228 Adelbert St., Business Ed., Baseball 3, Basketball 3, Bowling 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Herald 1, Honors Reading Club 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 2, Y-Teens 1-4. ...,..-.....,,.,.,,,,..,, ,,.---- P p, 37, 107, 119 SKEELS, THOMAS R., 110 Bond St., Industrial Ed., V.I.C. 3. ..... - p. 37 SKEI-I-Y, DALE I., 235 Hayes Ave., General. .............. p. 37 SMALLWOOD, HERBERT A., 1308 Linwood St., Industrial Ed., Foot- ball 1-3, Track 1, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1. ,,,,,,,,--.,,, p, 38 SMITH, SARA E., 319 Princeton Ave., Classical, Tax Stamp Call. 2, Monitor 3, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Red Cross 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4. .................... pp. as, 43, 99, 106, 118 SNOBLE, JOHN A., 1145 Bell Ave., Scientific, Manager Football 1-4, Manager Baseball 2-4, Pub. Salesman 1, 3, Latin Club 2, VGYSIYY E 3, 4. ........-.... pp. 16, 38, 101, 140, 142, 145, 147 SOOY, RONALD B., 2629 W. River Rd., Industrial Ed., A.l.A. 2, V. Pres. 4. ............................... -.,,,, p p, 38, 115 SPARKS, JEANNINE A., 845 Walnut St., Fine Arts, A Cappella Choir 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Call. 3, Monitor 4, French Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Booster Club 1, Red Cross 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Student Council 3. .... pp. 24, 38, 99, 103, 107, 118, 124 SPAULDING, KAY, 133 Clinton Ave., General, D.E.C.A. 4. ...... pp. 38', 111 SPAULDING, NEIL B., 622 Foster Ave., Industrial Ed., Fr. Chorus 1, Jr. Choir 3. ........................,.--,-,,.,,,,,, p, 38 SPRESTER, BARBARA A., 505 N. Abbe Rd., Home Economics. ..... p. 38 STARK, LARRY W., 137 Emerson Ct., Classical, Basketball 1-4, Tennis 1-4, Cross Country 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2-4, Fr. Chorus 1, Latin Club 2, Varsity E 1-4, Youth Council 1, 2. .... pp. 38, 125 140, 143 STASKIEWS, JEFFREY J., 501 Park Ave., Scientific, Basketball 1, Football 1-4, Track 1-4, Latin Club 2, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 2-4, Student Council 2. .......... pp. 33, 38, 140, 143, 144, 147 STEGMAN, MICHAEL A., 152 Cornell Ave., Industrial Ed., A.l.A. 3. p. 38 STELLER, JOAN C., 234 Cornell Ave., Classical, Basketball 1-4, Hockey 1, Jr. Choir 3, Fr. Chorus 1, Elyrian 2-4, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Red Cross 3, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, lnterclub Council 1, Youth Council 2, Senior Homeroom Coll. 4, Jr. Class Ring Comm. 3, Distinction Day 3. .... pp. 38, 41, 96, 106, 109, 119 STEPHAN, MARIAN L., 134 Hamilton St., Classical, Baseball 2, Bowling 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Treas. 4, Glee Club 2, Secy. 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Announcers 3, 4, Athletic Office Wkr. 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Secy. 4, Booster Club 2, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens l-3, Secy. 2, Student Council 2, 3, Exec. Board 2, Youth Council 1, 4, Jr. Class Secy. 3, Sr. Class Treas. 4. ...... pp. 18, 38, 42, 95, 104, 106, 109, 124, 136, 181 STEVENS, SANDRA L., 129 Harvard Ave., Business, Basketball 1, Bowling 1, Volleyball 1, Library Assistant 1, Mimeograph Wkr. 4, Monitor 2, Y-Teens 2. ......................... pp. 38, 41, 108 STONE, GARY L., 427 11th St., Industrial Ed., A.l.A. 4. - ...... - pp. 39, 115 STONE, GAYLE E., 2632 W. River Rd., Classical, Sr. Band 1-4, French Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2-4. ............. pp. 39, 99, 118, 132 STOYKE, SUSAN E., 205 Hamilton Ave., Scientific, Berg Science Seminar 4, Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Fr. Chorus 1, Elyrian 1-4, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 3, Booster Club 3, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 1-4. ............. pp. 39, 96, 101, 104, 119, 136 STRICKLER, MARIAN E., R. D. 2 Murray Ridge Rd., General, Photo Squad 4, Treas. 4. ......................... pp. 39, 111 SUDRO, THOMAS J., 208 George St., Business, Baseball 1, Basket- ball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, D.E.C.A. 4, Pres. 4, Sr. Class V. Pres. -- pp. 18, 39, 111 SUHR, ROBERT W., 1015' Park Ave., Scientific, Sr. Band 1-3, Chem- istry Aide 4, Library Assistant 3, Physics Club 4, Youth Council 2, 3. ........................................... pp. 33, 39 SWAN, MICHAEL D., 705 Bond St., Industrial Ed., Jr. Achievement 4. ............................... ................... p . 39 SWART, JEANNE C., Bowling 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Jr. Achievement 4, Y-Tee... 1, 2. .................................... pp. 39 107 SWEET, MARYLEE, 218 E. 14th St., General, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Choir Ensemble 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Orchestra 1-4, String Ensemble 1-4. ............. pp. 30, 39, 42, 124, 130, 131 SZABO, KATHLEEN H., 126 Spruce St., General, Glee Club 1, Fr. Chorus 1, D.E.C.A. 1, Treas. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2. ........ pp. 39, 111 SZABO, PEGGY L., 1041 Foster Ave., Business, Basketball 1, Bowling 1, Y-Teens 1, 2. ....... - .....,---..,,,----,,, ---,Y----- P , 39 SZANISZI-0, ANDREW S-. 530 Berkshire Dr., General, D.E.C.A. 4, Sgt. of Arms 4. ................. ........,... p p. 13, 39, 111 T TALARSKY, JUDITH L., 160 Dilworth St., Business Ed., Bowling 1, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Monitor 2, Spanish Club 1, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, Jr. Achievement 3, Y-Teens 1, 2. ,,,,,... p. 39 TAYLOR, JEAN A., 124 Lincoln St., General, Basketball 1, 2, Bowling 3, 4, Secy. 4, Pub. Salesman 3, 4, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, 4, Monitor 4, Office Assistant 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Red Cross 1, D.E.C.A. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Student Council 3. ....LL pp. 26, 39, 110, 119, 136 TAYLOR, MELVIN R., 51 Riverside Homes, General, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1-4, Football 1-4, Track 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Varsity E 2-4. ...eev....cc......, pp. 11, 39, 42, 101, 143, 144, 146, 147 TURNER, FAYE C., 183 Roosevelt, General, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Herald 1, Pub. Salesman 1, Tax Stamp Coll. I, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Y-Teens 1-3. pp. 39, 124 V VANDEMARK, PAMELA J., 917 Garford Ave., Classical, Bowling 2, Actor All School Play 3, A Cappella 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Herald 2, Pub. Salesman 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 1, 2, Announcers 3, 4, Athletic Office Wkr. 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Pres. 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 1-4, Pres. 1, Student Council 2-4, Secy. 3, Youth Council 2. ...A pp. 35, 39, 42, 103, 109, 124, 181 VARGA, JOSEPH, 525 Clark St., General, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1-4, Track 1-4, Wrestling 4, Varsity E 2-4. ...,.v pp. 39, 101, 140, 143, 145, 147, 180 VARGO, DANIEL G., 557 Irondale St., Scientific, Intramural Basket- ball 2-4, Movie Wkr. 2, 3, Proiectionist 2. .......,,.,...., p. 39 VARNDELL, RICHARD, 269 Spruce St., Industrial Ed., Track 4, --pp. VASH, BARBARA C., 1769 Wilbur Ave., Business Ed., Library Assist- ant 2-4, Monitor 1-3, Office Assistant 1-4, Booster Club 2, D.E.C.A. 4. .....................................,... pp. 39, 111, 113 VEARD, LORETTA J., 108 Mound St., Fine Arts., Basketball 3, Volleyball 3. ............... ............,. ........v.. - p . 40 VERES, MARJORIE, 355 Griswold Rd., Business, Basketball 1, 2, Bowling 1, Tennis 2, Volleyball 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Sales Manager 4. .......................... pp. 40, 107 W WAGNER, DAVID J., 318 Hawthorne Ave., Industrial Ed., Movie Wkr. 2, Proiectionist 2, V.I.C. 3, 4, Sgt. of Arms 4. .... pp. 40, 115 WAGNER, ROBERT F., 268 W. River St., Industrial Ed., Physics Club 4. ........................................ pp. 40, 101 WALKER, GEORGIA M., 164 Brandtson Ave., Fine Arts, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3. ....................................., p. 40 WALKER, KENNETH A., 185 Cleveland St., Scientific, German Club 2, Hi-Y 3, 4. ......................................... p. 40 WALLACE, MILDRED E., 187 Bath St., General, Bowling 4, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Office Assistant 4, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Ways 8. Means Chairman 4, Distinction Day 3. .,,s.. pp. 40, 106, 119 WASDOVITCH, PATRICIA A., 110 Princeton Ave., Classical, Trans- ferred to E.H.S. in 1959. .............................. p. 40 WEHMAN, ALAN W., 321 Denison Ave., Scientific, Sr. Band 1, 2, Pub. Salesman 3, Latin Club 2, Math Club 3, Hi-Y 1-4, V. Pres. 1, Sergeant at Arms 2, Treas. 4, Ways 8. Means Comm. 4, Distinction Day 3. .......................,,,........ pp. 26, 40, 87, 122 WEISS, SANDRA L., 164 Woodbury St., General, Bowling 2, 3, Actor All School Play 3, Crew All School Play 4, Jr. Choir 3, Secy. 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Coll. 2, 3, Announcers 4, Monitor 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 1-4, Student Council Underclass A ABAHAZI, DENNIS, 124 Edison Ct. ........ pp. 64, 86, 99, 105, 129 ABAHAZI, PAM, 212 9111 sf. .......,..,..... pp. sa, 94, 107, 127 ABOOKIRE, NORMA, 209 East 15th St. .....s pp. 46, 95, 104, 106, 116, 119 ADAIR, PATRICIA, 310 Bell Ave. -- ' ...... .... p . 46 3, Exec. Board 3, Youth Council 1-3, Distinction Day 3, Soph. Princess 2. ........ pp. 40, 87, 103, 104, 106, 109, 110, 118, 119 WELCH, RICHARD R., 939 W. River St., Fine Arts, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1. ,........ .............,..................... p . 40 WELCH, THOMAS W., 115 E. 4th St., Industrial Ed., V.l.C. 3, 4. -- p. 115 WELLS, KENNETH M., 126 Longfellow, Classical, Baseball 2, 3, Football 1. .....,.....,..........,............,,...... p. 40 WESTCOTT, COLLEEN J., 1500 W. River Rd., Business, Library Assistant 1, 2, Distinction Day 3. .......s.,.......... pp. 40, 83 WHITE, ALGE R., 971 Foster Ave., Industrial Ed., Intramural Basket- ball 2-4, Football 2, Track 2-4, Jr. Choir 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Proiectionist 1 A.I.A. 3, 4. ...........,.,,,................,.. pp. 40, 115 WEITE, BETTY J., 981 Foster Ave., General, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2. ................................................... p. 40 WHITTEMORE, GEORGE E., 212 Dellefield Rd., Classical, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958. ......,.s,.......................... p. 40 WIECH, CAROL J., 145 Garvin Ave., Business, Cadet Band 1, Con- cert Band 2-4, Marching Band 2, 3, Cafeteria Wkr. 2, 3, Mimeo- graph Wkr. 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Red Cross 2, Jr. Achievement 3, Y-Teens 1. .....,,.,..,.... ..... .......,..,, p p . 40, 108, 133 WILCOX, GARY L., 519 Berkshire Rd., Industrial Ed., Transferred to E. H.S in 1958. ...................e...s............ pp. WILLIAMS, NANCY L., 417 Louisiana Ave., Classical, Chemistry Aide 4, Monitor 3, Office Assistant 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Moth Club 3, 4, Secy. 3, Exec. Board 4, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Booster Club 3, F.T.A. 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4. .,...... pp. 40, 42, 101, 104, 106, 114, 119 WILLIS, SANDY S., 521 Foster, Business Ed., Bowling 3, 4, Jr. Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Coll. 1-3, F.B.L.A. 3, Y-Teens 1-4. .............. pp. 40, 41, 119 WIRTH, PATRICIA A., 267 Winckles St., Business, Basketball 2-4, Bowling 1, 3, 4, Hockey 2, Tennis 3, Volleyball 2-4, Red 81 White Game 3, 4, Pub Salesman 4, Monitor 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Y-Teens 2-4, Distinction Day 3. .,.....,, pp. 40, 111, 118, 136 WYNN, JOHN T., 421 Marseilles Ave., Business Ed., D.E.C.A. 4. pp. 41, 111 WYSOCKI, ROBERT F., 603 E. Broad St., Scientific, Transferred to E. 1-1. s. in 1959. ............................... pp. 41, 42 WYSZYNSKI, JUDITH S., 306 W. River St., Classical, Basketball 1, Bowling 1-4, V. Pres., Volleyball 1, Glee Club 2, Fr. Chorus 1, Pub. Salesman 2, 3, Tax Stamp Coll. 3, Announcers 3, 4, Monitor 3, Honors Reading Club 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1-4, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Youth Council 1, lnterclub Council 4, Pres. 4, Distinction Day 3. ...... pp. 41, 42, 92, 106, 119 Y YEAGER, SHARI M., 219 Clark St., Business, Jr. Choir 3, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1958. ......................,............ p. 41 YEARLEY, DENNIS W., 336 9th St., General, Cadet Band 1, Sr. Band 2-4. ...................................... pp. 41, 133 YEICH, MELVIN G., 159 Brandtson Ave., Industrial Ed., Cadet Band 1, V.l.C. 3, 4, Pres. Weld. 4, ................. pp. 41, 115 YOUNG, THOMAS W., 190 Jay Dr., Industrial Ed., Marching Band 1, Jr. Achievement 3, V.I.C. 3, 4. ....................... p. 41 YOUNKIN, WALTER E., 254 Harrison, Scientific, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1-4, Track 1-4, Tax Stamp Coll. 4, Monitor 4, Varsity E 1-4, Student Council 1, 4. .Y.,, pp. 41, 94, 110, 140, 143, 145, 147 Z ZALESKI, ALAN J., 688 Washington Ave., General, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1959. ...s.,....., T .....................s. .-p. 41 ZALETEL, RALPH E., 251 N. Abbe Rd., General. .........ee -p. 41 ZAORSKI, SALLY A., 224 Bon Air Ave., Business, Orchestra 1-4, String Ensemble 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Y-Teens 3. pp. 41, 107, 131 ZVOSEC, MARY A., 1984 Lorain Blvd., Business Ed. --.. s,.,. p. 41 ZVOSECHZ, NOREEN A., 2255 Lake Ave., General, Library Assistant 2, 3, Honors Reading Club 4, Jr. Achievement 4. ,.,.., pp. 41, 104 Index ADAMS, ALAN, 516 Debby Ln. --- 149 ADAMS, BOB, 215 Oberlin Rd. ......,,.... pp. 55, 126, 143, 148 ADAMS, CHRISTINE, 32 - 18th St. ,,,,,-...,,,,,., pp, 64, 99, 128 ADAMS, SHARRON, 132 Fairlawn ..,H.,. ..,,,-... p p, 64, 129 ADKINS, TIMOTHY, 5887 Ford Rd. ....... .....,...,, p . 64 ADOLPH, SANDRA. 1182 Garden St. - Lsss -,-pp. 64, 105, 129 ADARNO, WILLIAM, 118 Woodford -,- -Y ------pp. 64, 135, ----------p. 72 BRAUND, SHARON, 524 Harvard Ave. ...... pp. AEslE, MARsHA, we cpunlpna sl. .... pp. 64, 94, 95, 105, 117, 129 ALBRECHT, DORIS, 458 Oxford ...........5....A pp. 64, 105, 128 ALDRICH, DAVID, 1035 N. Pasadena - ,.... - ............ p. 56 ALEXANDER, VERNON MAC, 301 Huron St. f.,,,.. pp. 56, 99, 148 ALEXANDER, CHERYL, 301 Huron St. ,.,,,,.,,,v,. pp. 46, 99, 127 ALLEN, MARY JANE, 227 Yale Ave. ,,f,,,.,, pp. 56, 98, 110, 117 ALLEN, STEVE, 210 Bellfield Ave. ----- - .......... pp. 56, 123 ALLEY, PEGGY, 316 Tenth St. ........................... p. 46 ALTFELD, THEODORE, 589 Washington Ave. ,,,, pp. 46, 99, 110, 137 ALTHEIDE, CLAIR, 409 Henry St. ........ .......... p p. 56, 148 ANDERSON, AUDREY, 901 West River St. -- WW ,,,,,,.,e -p. 46 ANDERSON, THURMAN, 901 West River St. W ..,...,, p. 46 ANDRESS, JIM, 116 St. Clair St. .......... ---pp. 46, 137 ANDREWS, JEANETT, 1018 Lake Ave. ,,,., ,,,,.... p . 46 ANDRICK, MARION, 601 N. Murray Rd. -W ANTONCZAK, JOHN, 174 Caroline St. W- ARACA, SAM, 146 Clark St. ..... ......,,,. ARCHIBALD, GEORGIA, 334 Bon Air Ave. ARENZ, PERRY, 745 West River St. W---- ARMSTRONG, DIANNE, 226 Dowd Rd. W- ARNDT, ALFRED, 545 Princeton ,v,,,,, ARNDT, BEVERLEE, 302 Hawthorne St. -W ARNOLD, HURBERT, 1932 Middle Ave. W- ----pp. 46. 110 ----pp. 46, 115 -W--W p. 56 --- ....,...... p. 64 W ........ pp. 56, 98 ----pp. 45, 106, 116 64 W-W--pp. , 128 ARTHRELL, RUTHANN, 200 Courtland sl. -W ---pp. 64, 117 ----pp. 64, 149 -- -pp. 64, 137 ASHBAUGH, BILL JR., 1243 West Ave. W- ..A.,., p. 64 ASHBY, DELMAS, 127 Cascade St. .,... .......... p . 72 ATTKISSON, JACK, 327 Huron St. --- .,,.,.. pp. 56, 149 AUSTIN, STAN, 1140 East River St. -- ,,,,, -pp. 56, 123, 126 AVERBOOK. JUDITH, 146 Manor Dr. W- -. -.pp. 64, 98, 117, 135 AUNSPAW, JOHN, 203 Princeton Ave. -- ........,. pp. 64, 149 AXX, ALICE, 560 Hilliard ,ee--e...... .... p p. 46, 99, 106, 116 AXX, THOMAS, 1109 Gulf Rd. .... .e-..--.. p p. 64, 135 B BAILOR, JIM, 224 Prospect ,,,.........,,,,.,,v,.,-,---A p, 56 BAILOSKY, GINGER, 229 Adelbert St. ,,.,.. pp. 56, 105, 106, 117, 127, 133 BAINBRIDGE, BILL, 431 Cambridge W .e....... . ...,, pp. 64, 149 BAINBRIDGE, MARGO, 431 Cambridge Ave. ,,,,. -pp. 46, 101, 116 BAIRD, BEVERLY, 204 Park Ave. ..., -pp. 46, 55, 96, 106, 109, 116, 136, 181 BAISDEN, BRENDA, 224W -6th St. ,,,,,,,,,....,.....,., p. 46 BAISDEN, MIKE, 224W -6th St. --- ,,,,,AA,,,WW,W,, p, 72 BAKER, GERALD, 124-51st St. ..... ...........,W,W,,, p . 64 BAKER, KENNETH, 190 Adelbert --- .,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,, W p. 56 BAKER, LOIS, 143 Beebe Ct. eeeee eeee p p. 64, 101, 105, 117, 135 BAKER, TOM, 127 Oak St. ..,,.., ,.,.,,..,,,,A,,.,,,. p . 56 BAKO, ILONA, 217 West River St. W -WW. .pp. 64, , 128, 137 BALCAR, DIANE, 1108 Lake Ave. ----...-. pp. 6 BALL, DICK, 214W Fourth St. ,,,,., WWW-- BANNICK, TIM, 116 Courtland --- WWW 113 4,105,117,129,137 pp. 46, 51, 123, 137 pp. 45, 115, 145 BENNETT, JUDY, 890 Baetz Ct. ...... BENNETT, LEE ANN, 207 Fullerton Rd. - -------pp. 46, 116 -----pp. 64, 105, 128 BENTON, CORRINE, 106 Hillsdale cl. --- BENTON, WILLIAM, 513 Cleveland sl. ...A BENTZ, PHILLIP, 334 Middle Rd. " Lorain --pp. 54, 93, 128 W----pp. 46, 115 WW WW----pp. 56, 133 BERGLUND, JACKIE, 541 Harvard Ave. --- .... pp. 64, 105, 117, 137 BERGMAN, JUDY, 332 Rockfern ...,. BERKE, ARNOLD, 1014 Garford Ave. BERKEBILE, MARY, 237 Miami Ave. -W -Wpp. ------pp. 64, 105: 135 BEST, LINDA, 118 St. Clair Sl. ---...- ..--- P P. BIDDINGER, BARBARA, 425 West Ave. W BIESKE, DAN, 333 Oxford, ----------- BILLMAN, JUDY, 719 East River St. -- BILTZ, ALLAN, 342 Louisiana Ave. W- BILTZ, GARY, 107 Mound St. --.-..- BLAINE, KENNETH, 450 Metcalf Rd. --- BLAIR, LINDA, 636 Stanford Ave. -- BLAIR, RONNY, 605 Middle ------ BLAKE, HARRY, 412 Randall Rd. ---- BLANK, SHERYL, 237 Hayes Ave. --- BODIFORD, CLYDE, 518 North St. ------ 129, ------WW p. 56 64, 101, 105 135 46, 116, 126, 119 W--WW--pp. 46, 137 ---------pp. 56, 126 W--pp. 56, 117 - -----.-- p. 46 --------p. 46 ----pp. 56, 114 ------pp. 64, 129 ---'--'pp-52f'1'1-E155 BODMANN, DICK, 1706 Lake Ave. ------- BOHANNON, DOROTHY, 173 Morgan Ave. - BOLGER, DON, 116 School St. .------- BOLLON, JOYCE, 423 Tremont St. ----- BOOTH, MARGARET, 240 Harwood ---- BORDY, SANDRA, 516 West River St. W BOSLEY, SANDRA, 144 Lake Ave. ----- BOSMENY, JIM, 117 Furnace St. --.. BOTOS, LYDIA, 114 West River St. --- BOTTOMLEE, BRUCE, 349 10th St. --.. BOWSER, CHERYL, 305 East Broad St. - ----W--W-p. 56 -----------p. 56 ----pp. 46, 125 ------- p. 56 -W------- p. 56 -----------p. 64 -pp. 46, 99, 104, 124, 125 -W-------W---W-p. 46 --------pp. 56, 111, 113 ----------W-p. 56 -----------p. 56 -----p. 56 -----W-W---------p. 56 BOWEN, FREDDIE, 71 Riverside Homes ------.- BOYD, BEVERLY, 125 Adelbert sl. ------- pp. 46, BOYLE, GLENDA, 701 East Ave. .........-- pp. BOZMAN, WAYNE, 222 Glenwood St. -- BRADA, RICHARD, 1031 Bell Ct. .--... BRADEN, JAMES, 238 Warren Ave. BRADLEY, SANDY, 122 Harwood St. ..-- BRAEGGER, SALLY, 771 Washington Ave. BRAMBACH, JUANITA, 220 East 7th St. -Wpp. -----------p. 56 99, 110, 116, 126 56, 113, 117, 127 --- ----.--- p. 56 -----------p. 64 46, 104, 106, 116 BRADY, RICHARD, 1432 Gulf Rd. .....--.........-.. pp. 46, 115 -----pp. 64, 107, 135 BRALNARD, JOHN, 907 East Ave. -........... BRANCH, JIM, 227 Hayes Ave. ..-.......... ------W----p. 46 ----------p. 64 ----pp. 65, 128 BRANCH, JOHN, 227 Hayes Ave. --- ............ pp. 65, 128 BRAUN, IVAN, 1057 Gulf Rd. ..--- --------- p p. 65, 94, 97, 119 BRAUN, MARTHA, 1057 Gulf Rd. ..------ pp. 12, 46, 99, 103, 104, 119, 124, 136 57, 107, 117, 127 BANNICK, DAVE, 116 Courtland ---- -------------- p . 64 BARA, KAY,2017 Lake Ave. W----..--- ----pp. 56, 107, 117 BARCLAY, DAVID E., 711 Cleveland St. -W -------- - ---- -p. 56 BARNES, ROBERT, 327 South Maple St. W -W-pp. 46, 107, 137, 140, 144 BARR, MOLLY, 1005 Reeves Rd., ----- -W-pp. 46, 99, 109, 116 BARRES, LARRY, 240 8th St. -..-.. ------ pp. 46, 64, 115 BARRES, ROBERT, 240-8th St. ----- ------.- p p. 46, 115 BARRETT, DICK, 201 Pasadena - ..-.- -----.-.-.- p . 56 BASTIK, ALAN ROBERT, 149 Erie St. --- --------..-- p. 56 BATDORF, CAROL, 248 Howe WW ----- ---- p p. 64, 105, 135 BATES, RONALD, 115 Floral Ct. W-.-W ----------- -p. 64 BATES, RUTHANN, 451 West River St. ---------- - .----.---- p. 46 BATTON, PARLEE JUNE, 405 Oberlin Rd. ------------.----- p. 64 BAUER, DON, 1005 N. Pasadena ------ pp. 46, 123, 137, 140, 144 BAUGHMAN, DICK, 1068 N. Pasadena ----------- pp. 64, 98, 12B BAUGHMAN, BILL, 1068 N. Pasadena ---- pp. 46, 94, 95, 103, 104, 109, 119, 123, 137, 148 BAUMHARDT, JANIE, 217 Sixth St. ----.- pp. 56, 98, 101, 106, 126 137 140 1 BRECKENRIDGE, BOB, 284 Washington Ave. .----..--- pp. 57, 132 BREKELBAUM, JOHN "RICKY", 928 Elywood Dr. ----pp. 57, 94, 95, 98, 137, 148, 153 131 DRENNEMAN, CHERYL, 102 Miami Ave. ---------- pp. 65, 105, BRIGGS, HAROLD, 2oo2 Lake Ave. -... ----...-. BRISTOW, BILL, 117 Kaiser Ct. .--..- .--- BRISTOW, DAN, 117 Kaiser Ct. ----- BRITTON, BROOKS, BROWN, TOM, 416 Earl Ct. .....-- - KENNETH, 5540 Gladys Ave. -- .-...-.. p. CHRIS, 162 Hamilton St. ---- pp. 46, 113 -----pp. 81, 5'7, 153 --W- W----pp. 46, 148 W--pp. 65, 129 -- .-.-.. p. 57 BAZAR, ANDREW, 236 Louisiana Ave. -- BEAL, BETTY, 357 Furnace St. ------- BEAL, BEVERLY, 353 Kenyon Ave. ----- BEAL, CATHIE, 357 Furnace St. ------ sEcHrEL, LINDA, 225 rim. sl. ------ pp BECKER, CHARLOTTE, 601 West Ave. -. BECKER, ELTON, 730 Gulf Rd. --------- BECKETT, SUSAN, 210 Columbus St. -- BEGAN, JOHN, 152 Warren Ave. --- BELL, DUDLEY, 556 Washington Ave. W- BELLAMY, JIM, 152 Seneca St. ----- BENNETT, JACKIE, 337 Stanford Ave. -- ---- -----Wp. 64 -Wpp. 64, 117 --W--W------pp. 56, 107 WW--W-----WW--p. 56 . 56, 98, 105, 106, 113, 127 --W--------W--W-p. 56 ------WW-W-----p. 46 -----pp. 56, 95, 99, 105, 107, 117, 127, 137 --WW----W--W-p. 72 ---pp. 64, 101, 113, 129 .. -------------.-. p. 64 -----pp. 46, 116, 126 BROWN, CORNELIA, 368 S. Maple St. ............ .-.. p . 65 BROWN, DAVID, 368 S. Maple St. -..- ............... p . 57 BROWN, DAVE, 239 Erie sl. ------- --.-------- p . 46 BROWN, JERRY, 228 Princeton Ave. --- ---- pp. 57, 95, 114 BROWN, LINDA, 228 Princeton Ave. -- .--.- pp. 46, 99, 104, 114, 116, 119 BROWN, PAUL, 117 N. Maple ---- -W-pp. 65, 149, 153 BROWN, RICHARD, 414-13th St. --- ..---------.---- P- 57 BROWN, SANDEE, 290 Longford Ave. ---pp. 57, 109, 117, 127 BRUCE, BONNIE, 209 sixlh sl. ---- ........... p p. 57, 127 BRUCE, MARY, 625 Hilliard Rd. -- ....... -------- P - 57 BRUCE, SANDY, 209 Sixth sr. -------..--- .... . .--epp. 57, 107 BRUCE, STAN, 625 Hllllard Rd. ....e.-- -----.---------- 7 P- 46 BRUMENSCHENKEL, JAMES, 325 Fifth St. -------- pp. 47, 98, 104, 110,137 DRYNER, CHERYL, 605 Gulf Rd. ------.. -- ....- pp. 65. 105. 135 sucx, CAROL, 6099 Ford Rd. W ----------- -..... - pp. 65, 135 BUGA, JAMES, 2810 West River Rd. North --- BUGA, RICHARD, 2810 West River Rd. North --- BUKOFF, RODDY, 500 West Third St. --.----- BUKOWSKI, ART, 308 East Broad St. ------ BUKOWSKI, BARBARA, 308 East Broad St. W- BULLOCK, SANDY, 124 Lewis Ct. --.-.--- -----WW--p. 65 ----------p. 57 ----pp. 57, 148 ----W--p. 57 W----p. 57 -----p. 57 BULLOCKS, FORREST, 485 Huron St. ,.... -pp. 65, 148 BUNGARD, MICHAEL, 1919 Oberlin Rd. --- --:EE5ECE,pp. 47, 115 BURGESS, BONNIE, 358 west Rave. si. ..,11.. pp. 65, 99, 117, 12s BURKHARD, CLAY, 254 Pasadena Ave. ,,,... pp. 57, 126, 148 180 1 BUKKHARD, KENNETH, 254 Pasadena Ave. .....A,-,-- pp, 65, 149 BURKHARD, VALARIE, 126 Brandtson Ave. ...,, -----,----p. 47 BURNETT, RONALD, 408 wpealene LW. ..,a,av ,,,,v p p, 57, 148 47 BURNS, CAROL ANN, 246 Cornell Ave. E BURNS, MARGIE ANN, 414 Lodi St. W, BURNS, WILLIE, 414 Lodi St. ..,,,.,-.,,,,-,-- ----- ----A,,--p. 2,,----p. 65 ,--p. 65 BURRELI., CAROLYN, 204 Delaware Ave. .A,,,,.,.,s,,---,Y p, 47 BURRER, GERALD, R. D. No. 2 West Ridge Rd. .,,,,-...,,V- p, 57 BURTON, GERALD, 404 Bond St. ,,...,,v....,,, pp, 65, 149, 153 BUSWELL, JEFF, 666 Lucille Dr. ,.,,,,..,,,,v-...,,, pp, 57, 126 BUTCHER, CARL, 449 Beechwood Dr, ...,,,,-,,-...Y--- pp, 81, 57 BUTERBAUGH, GRIER, 518 Denison Ave. ,---pp. 65, 94, 99, 149, 153 BUTERBAUGH, LINDA, 439 Kenyon Ave. ..,vE, pp. 47, 94, 98, 116, 136, 141 BUTTI, BARBARA, 1530 West' Griswold Rd. .,E..... pp. 47, 97, 136 BUTTLE, ED, 342 Stanford Ave. .....,.,,., ---pp. 47, 140, 144 BYRD, SHIRLEY, 352-17th St. ......,,,v, ...A5,-v,,,. p , 47 BYRNE, JOHN, 410 Abbe Rd. , ,..E, - C ,----pp. 47, 115 CADY, ALLON, 920 Middle Ave. ..... ---e pp. 47, 104, 132, 137 CAMARILLO, JESSE, 249 East Griswold Rd. .......,,,,e.. ..-p. 65 CAMARILLO, ROLLAND, 249 East Griswold Rd. ......A,.... p. 57 CAMMARN, JUDY, 3420 S. Murray Ridge Rd. -----pp. 47, 107, 113, COMBS, RUBY, 101 West River St. --- ------------------p. 57 CONLEY, RALPH R., JR., 308 10th St. ....... pp. 47, 98, 101, 111, 112, 114, 119, 123, 137 CONRAD, DEAN, 263 winkles si. --- ......e... e--pp. 47, 115 CONWAY, DIANNE, 119 Huron St. -- CONWAY, REID, 119 Huron St. .,........... COOK, ALLEN, 341W West River St. --- ----- COOK, GEORGE, 352 17th St. ,,,..,.. COOKE, TIM, 124 Charles Ct. ,,, COOPER, BILL, 7 Frank Ct. .... COOPER, BOB, 515 West River E,.., COPAS, LARRY, 277 DOWD Rd. ...... CORLEY, SHARON, 164 Cleveland St. H- ------------pp. 65, 107 -----..-p. -------p. 65 ----pp. 57, 143 ----- ------------p. 57 ---..------p. 47 -------p. 65 ---pp. 47, 101 --------,p. 65 CORN, DOUG, 1049 Melvyn Lane ..,..................... p. 65 COTTON, MARILYN JEAN, 370 49th St. ..............A.... p. 47 COURT, BOB, 901 Lake Ave. .........,, COVEN, CHERYL, 630 Harvard Ave. --- COVEN, RICHARD, 630 Harvard Ave. - COX, JAN, 405 Oberlin Rd. ........ 57, 81, 123, 148 ----------------p. 65 ----pp. 47, 138, 148, 153 ----------------p. 65 CRAWFORD, CAREN, 818 East Ave. ..,.,..,.,............ p. 57 CRAWFORD, CHARLES, 818 East Ave. ..,.....,............ p. 47 CRAWFORD, KENNETH, R. D. No. 2 South Murray Ridge Rd. ...E p. 65 CRISP, SHARON, 119 Elizabeth St. .....,.......... CRITILLI, PAT, 106 Euclnd sf. ................E...... ------p. 57 pp. 57, 137 CROMBIE, CONSTANCE A., 577 Hilliard Rd. -E ........ p. 47 CROSBY, ELSA MARIE, 219 5th St. .......... ...... p p. 47, 113 CROWELL, CELIA, 554 Poplar St. ,,.. CROWTHER, DEE, 700 Garford Ave. - CROZIER, GRAIG, 1010 East Ave. - ,--,-e--------p. 65 pp. 47, 116, 126 pp. 65, 129, 149 CRozIER, DICK, 4637 Lucas Ci. ..... ............ p p. 47, 133 CROZIER, ELAINE, 162 Emerson Ct. .,,,,,,, pp. 47, 116, 126, 136 CRozIER, JUDY, 4637 Lucas Cf. ....,,................... p. 47 CROZIER, TOM, 4637 lucas Ct. .,,,,,.,,.,,..e..,........ p. 63 CRUM, DAN, 949 East River St. ....... pp. 65, 69, 94, 95, 149, 153 CSINCSAK, GARY, 2206 Lake Ave. E....N................. P. 47 CUMMONS, DOTTIE, 214 Franklin Ave. ..,, pp. 47, 94, 116, 126, 136 CUNNINGHAM, PATRICIA, 150 Northrup St. .v............. p. 57 CARRICK, DAVID, 1901 Gulf Rd. .,,.....,................ p. 65' 116, 136 CAMP, CHERYL, 237 Hawthorne St. ,,,,.. ..E,,, p p. 57, 81 CAMP, ELOISE, 339 Louisiana Ave. .,..... .-........ p . 65 CAMPBELL, EVELYN, R. D. No. 2 Stang Rd. - .,,,,,...... p. 65 CAMPBELL, MARY, 691 sen Ave. .,...... ..... p p. 57, ai, 127 CAMPBELL, RICHARD, 23 Chestnut St. ..... .....,,,.... p . 65 CAMPBELL, WANDA, 248 West River St. --- ,......... p. 65 CANNON, CLAUDIA, 336- 16th St. ........ .vv,.... . .p. 65 CANNON, GERALDINE, 336- 16th St. E,,,,,, .,... p p. 65, 128 CANTLEY, DEANNA SUE, 719 Woodland Ave. .,...... pp. 47, 124 CANTWELL, ANN .........,................... pp. 47, 99, 106 CAPERS, JOHN, 112 Riverside Homes CAPP, JOE, 316- 12th St. ............ ...E,,,,, 1 13 CARIN, BARBARA, 280 Bellfield Ave. ,.,v... PP- 57, -pp. 57, 81, 105, 126 CARNAI-IAN, BEVERLY, 525 Debby Lette ................,. p. 65 CARROTHERS, GARY, 908 Park Avenue ...E, pp. 47, 110, 132, 137 CARTER, DAVID, 556 Lodi si. ..e... .......... p p. 47, 97 CARTER, JUDY, 1988 Hazelwood --- ............... p. 57 CARTER, LINDA, 709 Clark St. ,.,, ................ - .p. 57 CARTER, PAUL, 1150 East River L,,,.,. ,,,e. p p. 47, 125, 143, 148 CARTER, VERONICA, 522 Middle Ave. ,- ...............,, p. 65 CASTLE, RANDY, 112 Kipling St. ....... ............., p . 65 CATE, RONALD, 327 Stanford ..,,....., CATE, VICKI, 327 Stanford ............... --,pp. 65, 149, 153 ------L,-pp. 47, 107 CATHER, RONDALL DEAN, 207 Blaine St. .,.,.,e,,,,, pp. 47, 115 CATHEY, SANDY, 232W East Ave. ...... .............. p . 57 CAUGHLIN, LINDA, 389 Gulf Rd. -- .......... pp. 65, 129 CAZEAU, JAMES, 211 Roosevelt --- .,....e........ p. 65 CEBULA, GARY, 328 N. Olive St. .... E....,...., p p. 57, 148 CHAMBERS, SHERRIE, 6095 Ford Rd. .,..,,e, pp 65, 101, 105, 135 CHANDLEY, ANNA LEE, 314W 8th St. - ........,,,,,,.... p. 57 CHANEY, SUSAN, 24 Chestnut St. ............ CHEATAM, ERNASTINE, 603 West 15th St. -- CHENEY, DON, 202 Blaine St. ....... - .... CHENOWETH, JACKIE, 515 Debbie lane ,,.,. CHIPUKITES CONNIE 242 Samuel St ----p. 65 -------p. 57 p. 57 -----pp. 65, 128 47, 107 . . . ------ee-eee-- pp. CHOMA, KENNETH, R. D. No. 2 West Ridge Rd. ....... pp. 57, 148 CHORAK, JIM, 548 Cornell Ave. .................., pp. 65, 153 CHRISTIAN, TOM, 327 Roosevelt Ave. .......... pp. 47, 123, 132 CHUCKO, TED, 416 Bon Air Ave. ,,.. pp. 47, 94, 123, 125, 137, 148 CHURCH, WAYNE, 1250 East River St. ...... pp. 44, 57, 94, 95, 149 CLARK, BOB, 158 Courtland St. ........ pp. 57, 81, 142, 148 CLARK, DOLORES, 1100 Middle Ave. ...................., , 153 p. 57 CLARK, JUDY, 324 Jackson Ave. ........,................ p. 57 CLAYCOMB, CAROLE, 279 Courtland St. ,........ pp. 65,105, 107, 117, 137 CLEMENTZ, DAVID, 127 Blake St. ..... .... p p. 65, 129, 149 CLOUSER, DIANA, 1103 East River St. H- ...... pp. 47, 107 CLOYD, NANCY, 611 Middle Ave. ....... ......... p . 65 CLULEY, GREG, 272 Samuel St. ..A,.,.... ........ p . 47 CLULEY, KATHY, 272 Samuel St. ,........ COLEMAN, CRAIG, 903 Park Ave. ,....... -----pp. 47, 107 ------pp. 57, 107 COLEMAN, MICHAEL, 903 Park Ave. ........... pp. 65, 105, 129 COLEY, GARY, R.D. No. 2 Murray Ridg e Rcl. .............. p. 65 COMBS, DAVID, 101 West River St. .,............. .... p . 57 CURTIS, CURTIS, CURTIS, CURTIS, CURTIS, CARL, 507 Bond Street ............... CARL, 507 Bond St. ............ CAROL, 507 Bond St. H--- JUDY, 116 Riverside Dr. -- SUSAN, 334 8th St. ,...A. ---------..-p. 57 --------p. 57 -----pp. 57, 81 ----pp. 57, 126 ------- p. 65 CUSICK, BOB, 160 Whitman Dr. -- ...... p. 57 D DALTON, WARREN, 220 2nd. St. ...... ........,,, p , 65 DANEY, CHARLES, 971 East River St. .... w......,---, p , 65 DANGERFIELD, DOUG, 243 Harvard Ave. DANGERFIELD, ROBERT, 243 Harvard Ave. .,..-. ,..,, p p, 47, 115 pp. 57, 126, 133 DARABY, GLORIA, 1330 West River St. ,,,,....,2L,,..... ,p, 65 DAVIES, DAN, 310 Kenyon Ave. ....,...... pp. 47, 106, 140, 145 DAVIS, EDWARD, 736 West River St. E, e..............., p. 47 DAVIS, JUDY, 109 Buckeye St. .,... ..,............ p . 47 DAVIS, TED, 609 Bell Ave. .,......,.. pp. 65, 123, 135 DAVIS, VERNA MAE, 327 Clinton Ave. --- .-.....,.--. p, 57 DEAN, IRENE, 513 Princeton ...... ..,, ..,,...... p, 47 DEAN, JACK, 513 Princeton Ave. .....,. ...., p p. 65, 129 DE FAZIO, KAREN, 305 W. Hilliard Rd. ee, .... pp. 47, 99, 110 DE FAZIO, RICHARD, 749 Gulf Rd. eeee ......, p p. 47, 123 DEJARNETT, GEORGE, 325 17th St. ..., ....,,... p . 65 DE MARCO, CAROL, 338 Princeton Ave. ,- DEMARIA, CARL, 466 West 11th St. --- ----pp. 57, 126 ----pp. 47, 137 DEMAS, ASPASIA, 601 Princeton' Ave. ee --epp. 65, 105 DEMOS, KENNETH, 327 Rockfern ,e ......... p. 57 DEMOS, PAM, 419 Metcalf Rd. ...... uepp. 65, 117 DEMPSEY, ALVIN, 196 Longfellow ,,,,, ,,.... - p. 65 DENMAN, MICHAEL, 1408 Middle Ave. - enpp. 47, 123 DEROCHIE, EILEEN, 919 Clark St. -W ....,.. p. 47 DETAMORE, ROCKY, 122 Rush St. ee... .,,,,,v,......., p . 72 DETILLIO, MARY, 461 West 11th St. --- .,,,,-...., pp. 47, 107 DICK, KENNY, 161 Warren Ave. ,,......,.. pp. 57, 138, 149, 153 DICKEN, DAVID, 323 Middle Ave. ..........,,,., pp. 65, 95, 153 DICKIE, MELANIE, 212 High St. ...,. pp. 10, 57, 95, 99, 103, 106, DIEWALD, DAVE, 230 Spruce St. DIEWALD, JANET, 230 Spruce St. DIEWALD, LARRY, 230 Spruce St. DILLMAN, JILL, 224 8th St. Ee.. 107, 110, 117, 119, 127, 137 WW,We----------------p. 47 ------pp. 57, 107, 113, 117, 136 -,-----------------------p. 72 -,,-pp. 57 94 95 98 117 127 137, 140 DIXON, WAYNE, 228 Adelbert ...........,.............. p. 57 DOAN, JERRY, 248 Columbus St. WE ,.e. pp. 47, 109, 119, 125, 130, 131 DOAN, TERRY, 320 Harvard Ave. ,... ...... p p. 58, 148, 153 DONAHUE, BETH, 781 N. Abbe Rd. -- ....... pp. 47, 109 DONNELL, ESQUE, 316 Bell Ave. DONOVAN, ELSON, 508 Henry St. --- DOWLING, THOMAS, 718 Poplar St. A DRAGE, JACK, 359 Furnace St. ,A,,,,. DRAKE, DAVID, 555 Cleveland St. ,M DRUMMER, PINKIE LEE, 406 Bell Ave. DUENSING, ALLARD, 134 Longford -- DUFFY, MARILYN, 125 Waverly St. --- DUFFY, SHIRLEY, 8 Water St. ..,.A. DUFFY, WANDA, 8 Water St. ..,. --,,2-,-----,p. 115 ,,----,-,,--pp. 65, 149 ,-,pp. 47, 115, 140,145 ,,-----,,------p. 65 ,-----,,-,----p. 65 ---pp. 47, 115 ,,--pp. 66, 128 -----------p. 58 -,-,,---------,,p. 47 -Y,,,,--pp. 47, 1401.144 DUMKE, DICK, 138 Edison Ct. ,A..,,A... DUMKE, GAIL, 437 Louisiana Ave. ...,..... pp. 47, 107, 110, 116 DUNCAN, WILLIAM, Murray Ridge Rd. DUNN, JUDITH,121 Water St. .....,... DUPEROW, DUSTY, 148 Bellfield Ave. -5 DURHAM, BONNIE, 108 Larlsmont Dr. -- Bo x63 ....,......., p.66 DUNFORD, PAUL, 812 Clarls St. -- .f,....-,A PP. 47, 109, 124, 125 --, 66 99 117 DUTOT, PAUL, 385 West Hilliard Rd. --w DYER, EDDIE, 138 Woodford Ave. --- -------PP- If I --,-,-pp. 58, 101, 107 ,,,,----,,--p. 47 ------,,,pp. 66, 99, 129 , 7,....,,Y,.....vfA p. 58 DYKE, SALLY, 353 Columbia Ave. -2 --- E EARLEY, AUDREY, 155 West St. ..,,. EARLEY, JACQUELINE, 155 West St. .... EARY, GRACE, 332 Sumner St. .,A, EARY, LINDA, 332 Sumner St. ...... -pp. 53, 94, 99, 117, 141 ---,-----,pp. 47, 99, 116 ,,pp. 58, 98, 105, 117, 136 p 47 ECKHART, RICHARD, 10 Smith Ct. ,a... EDDY, BONITA, 3119 West River Rd. H- eoov, csoncs, 3119 ww mv., na. 55- EDDY, NELSON, 3119 West River Rd. 5, EDGAR, FRANK, 625 West River St. A.... EDWARDS, DAVID, 1501 Griswold Rd. ELLIOT, SANDY, 358 Oxford Ave. .,... ELLIS, JANE, 991 Reeves Rd. ,,... .,.. ELRICK TOM, 148 Oak St. .....,L... ELWELL, RICHARD, 234 Adelbert St. -v- --, p. 66 ----p. 66 ------p. 47 -,,-E,-p. 48 ,,---pp. 66, 129 -----E,,,,----p. 66 Y,-------,pp. 43, 104, 110 EHRMAN, cHAm.fs, 315 11th sr. ................... pp. 66, 135 -pp. 54, 99, 106, 116, 133 pp. 40, 94, 103, 106, 110, 119, 126 ,,2-----,,-,-----,p. 48 ---,5-----pp. 66, 105 ELY, ROBERT, 1744 Wilber Ave. ...,.... ELZEY, ROBERTA, 408 West 8th St. ....,,.. pp. 48, 103, 104, 109 EMLICH, KAREN, Box 70 R. D. No. 2 Elyria ........... PP- 58, 113 ---,,,-----w,,5,-,p. 48 ESCHKE, ANN, 709 East Ave. ..Y.......Y---------v- -PP- 53, 99 ESHKE, JO ANNE, 333 High St. .......-..-f...-------- 6- P- 72 107 ss:-ms, MAXYNE, 709 E611 Ave. ................... pp. 48. Esxms, CAROL, 425 oxford Av.. ,,... -pp. ss, 105, 106, 127, 130 EVANICH, WILLIAM, R.D. No. 2 Murray Ridge Rd. ....... pp. 58, 148, 153 EVANS, LYNN, 412 Henry St. ..... ........... .....-. P . 66 EVANS, Rosen, 1113 E031 Ave. .......................... p. 58 EWING, BOB, 200 Stanford Ave. ...... pp. 48, 101, 114, 132, 137 ' F FABIAN, MARILYN, 507 Dellefield Rd. --- .... pp. 66, 117, 135 FARKAS, FRANK, 911 Middle Ave. .w2A. Y--------H--- P - FARKAS, JAMES, 532 Turner St. ..... -...v4--- P P- 48', 115 FARKAS, JUDY, 532 Turner St. ........,,,......... -.-- - .-P- 66 FEHER, HELEN, 625 West 3rd St. ....,. fm, mcx .................... .... FEMLEY, DIANNA, 243 Princeton Ave. FARROW, JUDY, 151 S. Abbe Rd. .......... -pp. 66, 94, 105, 117 FEATHERSTONE, MARs1-14, 245 ww Hilliard Rd. ........... p. 58 -----pp. 43, 106, 116, 126 -------------------p. ----pp. 66, 105, 128 FENIK, MARYANN, 2219 Lalte Ave. --- ,..,... pp. 66, 117 FENIK, STEVE, 2169 Lode Ave. .......... ----Y- P P- 43, 144 FENN, DOLPHUS, 1904M Middle Ave. - .....f. p. 66 FENWICK, EDWARD, 837 Oakwood Dr. - ...... p. 48 FERANEY, GERALD, 243 Warren Ave. -- ........... P. 55 FERGUSON, DENNIS, 222 Harrison St. -- ........,..... P. 66 FERRY, ROBERTA, 1015 Middle Ave. --- .... pp. 48, 110, 136 FIELDER, BEVERLY, 421 Woodland Ave. -- .... pp. 48, 106, 116, 119, 124 FIELDS, JOYCE, 259 Whife Oak Dr. -,, ...Y pp. 48, 95, 116, 136 FIGULA, GEORGE, 222 West River St. --- ....,,....,Y.... P. 48 FIGULA, JESS, 617 West Third St. .... ...f,f........ P . 58 FIKES, BOB, 206 Courtland St. ...., ............ p . 66 FIKES, PHYLLIS, 206 Courtland St. ..... .... p p. 58, 113, 127 FINEGOLD, FRANK, 231 Cornell Ave. ,, FIRESTONE, CHARLES, 513 Foster Ave. FISHER, BARRY, 121 Williams St. ...... -,-----pp. 66, 101 -W ..... pp. 48', 132 p 58 FISHER, FREDA, 325 East River St. -, ...... p. 48 FISHER, JAMES, 325 East River St. .,.,. .... p . 48 FISHER, MARTIN, 325 East River St. M-- .... p. 54 FISHER, ROBERT, 145 Adelbert St. ....... .... p . 58 FITCH, ALFRED, 5605 Elyria Ave. .......... .... p . FITZPATRICK, CARLETON, 1856 Middle Ave. --- -.---p. 66 FITZPATRICK RHODA 354 S. Ma le St -pp. 66, 128 , , P . --- --- F1rzP4rR1cx, RoN4Lo, 331 16th sf. ........ ...... P P. 66, 148 FlrzwArER, currono, 162 cnmpn Av.. ....,.,..... pp. ss, 126 FLAHERTY, VAUGHN, 188 Beebe ........ FLEMING, GARY, 214 Warren Ave. ..... FLOOD, CYNTHIA, 124 Chase Sf. .... FLOOD, LENNY, 215 Warren Ave. ....... FLOOD, TIM, 124 Chase St. ............ FLOWERS, JOHN L., 739 West 19th St. --- FLOWERS, PATSY, 1966 Elmwood St. .... - ----pp. 66, 149, 153 -------------p. 48 -----pp. 66, 117, 135 -------------p. 58 ---pp. 48, 144, 180 -- ........... p. 66 ------pp. 54, 116, 133 FLOWERS, T. L., 739 West 19th St. -- .............. p. 66 FLOYD, SHIRLEY, 281 Courtland St. --- ...... pp. 58, 98, 127 FLY, DANNY, 805 Clark St. ........ ........,...,,.., p . 58 FLYNN, SUE, 233 5th St. ......... .... p p. 48, 107, 116, 119 FOGLE, GRACE, 215 Yale Ave. --- ---- FOLEY, JOHN, 504 East Ave. .... -- FOLLEY, LARRY, 264 Prospect St. .... FOLLEY, SHARON, 511 Dewey Ave. - FORNASH, WOLFORD FORTIN, JUDY, 1024 Garden St. ........ FORTMAN, BOB, 336 Rockfern --.. ....... -- FORTUNE, ELEANOR, 505 West 12th St. --- FOSS, JANET, 627 Bell Ave. .... .. ........ FOSSELIUS, TOM, 329 Concord Ave. --- FOUSS, WILLIAM, 202 Samuel St. .... -- ----------------p. FOWKES, JUDY, 148 Roosevelt Ave. ........ FOWKES, TERRY, 1008 North Pasadena Ave. pp. 48, 110, 116, 124 --------------p. 66 ---------------p. 58 ---pp. 58, 107, 137 ----..--------p. 58 ---pp. 66, 149, 153 ------------p. 48 5---pp. 66, 105, 138 ---------pp. 58, 126 pp. sa, 106, 113, 117 119, 127 ----------pp. 40, 123, 137, 141, 144 FOX, DOUGLAS, 1953 Lake Ave. -- ........ pp. 58, 96, 98, 126 FRANCE, DALLAS, 508 West St. ....... ................. p . 48 FRANCE, EDITH, 508 West St. ............................ p. 66 FRANKIEWICZ, MARTY, 364 BonAir Ave. .... FREDERICK, MELVA, 212 Dellefield Rd. --- -pp. 66, 94, 149, 153 ---------pp. 54, 132 FREDERICK, PAUL, 212 Dellefield Rd. ............... pp. 58, 148 FREEMAN, ROGER, 394 Columbus St. .................... p. 66 FREEMAN, SHARON, 144 Roosevelt Ave. ........ pp. 58, 117, 137 FRISCE, MIKE, 468 Ohio St. ........... FRIZZELL, CHARLES, 5631 Grove Rd. ...... FROST, RONALD, 1815 West River Rd. --- G GAGLIARDI, PAT, 1940 Rosewood ........ -------------p. 66 -----------p. 66 ---p. ----------------p. 66 GAINER, DENISE, 231 Warren Ave. --- .... pp. 48, 107, 119, 124 GALL, KATHY, 117 Laura Ct. ..,... ........... p p, 58, 107 GALLARDO, JUNE, 134 Elbe St. ....... GALLARDO, TONY, 134 Elbe St. .......... GALLO, DICK, 1074 North Pasadena Ave. --- GANNON, GENE, 231 East Broad St. ..... --------------p. 48 --..------..-..-p. 58 ---pp. 46, 48', 94, 101, 123 ----------pp. 66, 117 GARBASH, JIM, 658 Poplar St. ............,... pp. 48, 137, 148 GARDNER, MAURICE, 626 Cambridge Ave. ...... GARGUS, SHARON, 128 North Murray Ridge GARN, PATRICK, 200 Bellfield Ave. ....... GARRARD, JUDY, 1037 North Pasadena Ave. ----------p. 58 ------pp. 66, 99, 117 ------------..---p. 58 -----pp. 48, 106, 116, 119, 136 GARWOLINSKE, STEVE, 1312 West Ave. ...............-.,- p, 66 GARY, JUDI, 119 Stanford Ave. ........ GEBHARDT, EILEEN, 410 6th St. ..... GEHRING, WILLIAM, 248 Olive St. ..... -----..--pp. 48, 107 ----pp. 66, 128, 137 ---------------p. 48 GEMBKA, CAROL ANN, 236 Winkles St. ........,.......... p. 48 GENTILE, JOE, 1219 West Ave. .................... pp. 58, 148 GEORGE, BARBARA, 211 Marseilles Ave. ...... pp. 66, 107, 117, 129 GEORGE, DONALD, 211 Marseilles Ave. ........,...,. pp. 54, 115 GENTILE, TONY, 1219 West Ave. .... .....-.......-. p , 66 GETTY, WILLIAM, 311 15th Sf. ..............,..........,, p. 58 GIEDE, CHARLES, 348W Furnace St. ..................... p. 58 GIENKE, KATHY, 373 Beebe Ave. ....... pp. 58, 107, 117, 119, 137 GELDZEN, ALEX, 429 Winoklos Sf. .,.. pp. 48, 97, 99, 104, 110, 119 GILL, CHARLES, 649 Weller Rd. ................ pp. 66, 123, 129 GILL, MABEL, 633 Lake Ave. ...... ----------------pp. 48, 126 GILLES, LEO, 411 West River St. .... .................. p . 58 GILLESPIE, ROBERT, 145 Dilworth St. ...................... p. 58 GILLIES, PEGGY, 205 Columbia Ave. .A.. pp. 66, 105, 113, 117, 135 GIMBEN, MARIANNE, 171 Penrose Ct. .... pp. 66, 94, 99, 105, 135 GINGERY, RALPH, 118 Columbia Ave. ........... pp. 66, 131, 135 GLYNN, JIM, 81 Riverside Home ...... ................. p . 66 GLYNN, JOHNNIE, 81 Riverside Home -- GNIZAK, NANCY, 158 Emerson Ct. .... GOCHENOUR, CONNIE, 243 Adelbert --- GOCHENOUR, SANDY, 243 Adelbert .... GOFORTH, JOHN, 530 Bell Ave. ........ GOMEZ, LINDA, 277 Courtland St. --- ----pp. 66, 129 -----------p. 58 --------pp. 48, 124 ----------p. 58 --- ........ p. 66 ------pp. 43, 110 cnonce, cArHY, 249 oxford ....,f........ .............. p . 66 , , . g . ...,.....v,....,. HANNAFORD, BILL, 605 Washington Ave. .,.. pp. 48, 123, 137 GOODENOW, MEADE, 39 Lakeview Dr. Brentwood ...,., GOODMAN, MARY ANN, 235 Dowd Rd. GOODWIN, rAr, 637 Dewy .... - ............... ---pp. GOPPELT, RICHARD, R. D. No. 2 Murray pp. 66, 105, 117, 135 -------- --e-----p. 58 66, 128 Ridge Rd. ..Y, pp. 5'8, 132, 148, 153 GOPPELT, VIDA KAY, Murray Ridge Rd. P. O. Box 204 .... 106, 116, -pp. 48, 119, 126 GORDON, MARTHA, 1811 Bell Ave. ...................... pp. 66 GOTTFRIED, JANE, 200 Miami Ave. --- GOUGH, LYNDA, 363 Longfellow .... GOULD, LARRY, 1918 Lake Ave. -- GRAHAM, DON, 325 12th St. ----- --- -----A-evp ---------pp. -e-----PP GREEN, JOHN, 119 Columbia Ave. L......Y -....-. GREENE, PRISCILLA, 2207 West River Rd. ---p. 66, 117 58, 148 58, 149 ---p. --- ..., pp. 48, 104 GREENE, SUSAN, 165 Longfellow ........ ..,-, GREENHOLTZ, BENNETT, 690 Bell Ave. -- ,,,p. 66 M- ,..... p. 58 GREENHOLTZ, LUANNA, 960 Bell Ave. ............... ..... p . 48 GREENING, SALLY, 974 North Washington Blvd. ...... pp. 66, 101 GREER, CHARLES ..,.L,.,..,............ pp. 105, 117, 129, 135 GREER, CHARLES, 400 Louisiana Ave. ......,, pp. 58, 98, 126, 137 GREGG, KAREN, 362 Longfellow St. .....v..........------ P- 48 GRIFFIN-IS, MARY ANN, 324 standard Ave. ........... pp. 58, 99, 107 117 140 , , 119, 127, 137, HEATI-Icors, JACKIE, 168 seneee sf. ...... -pp. 43, 104, 113, 136 HscHr, GARY, 951 Gulf Rd. ........ pp. 48, 92, 94, 103, 109, 119, 132, 137, 148 HEFI-IN, SANDY, 328 White Oak Dr. .,,,,....,....,. pp. 67, 129 HEIDLBERG, DANNY, 627 East River St. ,v...,.,..2 . pp. 59, 61, 98 HEINZERLING, LARRY, 409 Middle Ave. -,, HEINZERLING, SARAH, 125 Harvard Ave. HELFRICH, BILL, 367 Columbus St. -W pp. 67, 99, 105, 123, 149 ------,--pp. 13, 49, 95, HELFRICI-I, PAUL, 367 Columbus sf. . ,....... pp. 67, 105, HENDERSON, JUDY, 515 Lodi St. ,.,,...,,,....,vv,., HENDERSON, MARJORIE, 200 Hawthorne 99, 106, 113, 116, 136 -----,-----..-pp. 49, 130 123, 129 ,a--p. 59 St. .,,Y. ..pp. 49, 99, 116 HENDRICKS, WAYNE, 1117 Middle Ave. ...,, . A2,,..,,,v .p, 49 HENNINGER, JOHN, 401 Garford Ave. ,- ,,...,,,., p. 67 HENRY, JESSIE, 614 West 15th St. ..., ,---,,,--,-,,p. 59 GRUBER, KOLORES, 600 West Ave. .......,..,.. pp. 58, 105, 117 GRUE, MARY, 2528 West River Rd. .... --,---,,,,,--pp. 66, 129 GRUEN, KAREN, 514 Washington Ave. ...., pp. 14, 58, 94, 99, 107, 181 117, 127, 137, GRUEN, ROLFE, 514 Washington Ave. --- ..... pp. 14, 58, 95, 130 GUIGNETTE, MARY, 607 Woodland Ave. e- ........, pp. 58, 113 GUTOWSKI, JACKIE, 481 Poplar 51. -- - - ..-..--- P. 48 H HAAG, KAREN, 1067 N. Pasadena Ave., ...,... pp. 48, 94, 98, 106, 109, 116 HAAG, TYNA, 212 Ohio St, ...,,-,,.2,.. pp. 48, 95, 110, 136, 181 HAEFELE, PENNY, 211 Pasadena Ave., .2,......v. pp. 48, 113, 136 HAFF, JERRY, 1051 Melvyn Lone vW.... pp. 48, 103, 111, 115, 132 HAGINS, MARY, 1775 Livingston Ave. ............... pp. 48, 124 95 HALL, BILL, 201 E. 14th St. 2,v......,. HALL, DOUGLAS, 2024 Lake Ave. -- HALL, FRANK, 2024 Lake Ave. ....., HALL, LA VINIA, 1151 West Ave. ...22 HALSEY, LINDA, 1646 N. Ridge Rd. e-- ------ ---,--pp. ,115 ----------p. 66 ---,,-pp. 48, 115 -----,--pp. 66, 128 ,-----------------p. 48 HAMBLEY, sos, 602 w. 15th sf. ..,......,....., pp. sa, 113, 148 HAMISTER, KAY, 941 Elywood Drive ....., pp. 48, 98, 110, 116, 124 HAMMER, PAT, 753 Abbe Rd. ............,.-.....,...2,,. p. 58 HANCOCK, MARCIA, 1240 E. River St. ----pp. 48, 95, 116, 119, 124 HANDYSIDE VERNON 213 S Lo an St ---------,-----,-p. 67 -p. 58 HANS, BONNIE, 452 Adams St. ,.....,,. HANS, JOHN, 452 Adams St. ....,,... HANSON, DAVE, 666 Poplar St. ........ HARCULA, RONALD, 416 Dellefield Rd. e-- HARDING, LYNN, HARDWAY, DALE, HARMON, JERRY, HARMON, JOHN, ----------- p. 48 ----pp. 66, 153 ----- pp. 48, 137 ---------e--,p. 66 455 Adams sr. .,.e.....e......,... pp. 511, 105 341 Welsey Ave. ........,..,.,......... p. 66 186 Cleveland St. ,,.w. pp. 58, 98, 123, 133, 143 1077 N. Pasadena Ave. ,..... . pp. 67, 105, 129 HARNEY, JIM W- HARPSTER, FRED, ----------e--p. 72 404 Marseilles Ave. ..,w.,....,,,.. pp. 67, 149 HARRELI., PAT, 656 Hilliard Rd. .,,,....,.W...........,,.. HARRINGTON, KATHY, 306 Blaine St. ,,w, HARRIS, GWENDOLYN, 330 Harwood HARRIS, SHIRLEY, 104 Riverside Homes ,......,, -pp. 67, pp. 58,105,110,117, -p. 68 132 117, 129 HARRISON, DE WITT, 1850 Grafton Rd. .,....2.2...,, pp. 43, 101 HARTLEY, CAROL SUE, R. D. No. 2 S. Murray Ridge Rd. ..., pp. 48, HARTSEL, LYNNE, 143 Brandsfon Ave. --- HARVEY, JIM, 318 Bell Ave. ...,...E.,..... HASKINS, HOWARD, 526 Schaddon Rd. E-, HASKO, ROSEMARY, 523 W. 3rd St. .... HASKO, STEVE, 523 W. 3rd St. ........, ..- HATCHER, BERNARD, 1029 W. Ridge Rd. ........ 113, 131 ----,---E,p. 67 ---e-----,--p. 72 99, 131, 133, 140 --,-pp. 67, 117, 129 ------pp. 48, 115 ---pp. 48, ,,---,,,--p. 48 HAUGH, BILL, 246 Wooster St. ........... , 67 HAURY, TIM, 800 Garford Ave. .,.....,,,. - ----------,,,-.p. pp. 48 131 132 138 HAYs, srevs, 366 Pasadena Ave. ....... pp. 53, 94, 95,'138,'140, 142, 144, 153 HAYWOOD, DIANA, 114 Stanford Ave. ----pp. 67, 94, 95, 117, 128 HAYWOOD, RON, 402 w. Ninth se. ..,......... .pp. 56, 111, 112 HAZELTON, DICK, 247 George St. -- HAZELTON, NICK, 254 Boston Ave. - ,---,,,,--,p. 67 --- ---p. 67 HENRY, PHILLIP, 614 West 15th St. ,ee Aee.. pp. 67, 105, 128 HENSLEY, GILLIS, 150 Cleveland St. ,,,w .,.. ,,..,.,, .M .,,-, p, 72 HESS, PAMELA, 1057 Rosealee Ave. . , . .. pp. 67, 101, 117, 128 HEWITT, SALLY, 276 Hamilton Ave. -..,..pp. 49, 104, 114, 124, 136 HIBBEN, KENT, 622 Weller Rd. ,,.,,,. ..,,., . .. .,,. ...,,,. p . 49 HICKS, CHARLOTTE, 101 West Ave. HIGGINBOTHAM, DONALD, 434 W. River St. U, -H ,,.,. ..,-p. 59 HIGGINS, LLOYD EDWARD, 805 S. Logan HIGGINS, GENE, 251 Fairlawn Ave. ,,,,.....,, - pp. 59, 130, 148 HILDRETH, DEMARIS, 2036 S. Oak St. ...ee .pp. 67, 105, 117, 137 HILDRETH, HARRISON, 2036 S. Oak St. eee. -pp. 49, 140, 143, 144 HILL, ALETA, 605 Park Ave. ....,,......,,.,...,,,,....., p. 54 HILL, BARBARA, 166 Cleveland St. HILL, BILL, 35762 Center Ridge ,,,,,,.....,.....,,,, pp. 67, 149 HILL, DIANE, 108 Yale Ave. ...., .pp. 49, 101, 104, 110, 114, 116, 119, 136 HILL, ERNEST, 429 W. 13th St. --- .... .pp. 67, 149 HILL, FRED, 508 Lake Ave. ..... ........ . p. 67 HILL, HARRY, 349 17th St. --- eee. ..-,p. 59 HILL, LARRY, 349 17th St. ...,., .... p . 59 HILL, REGINIA, 429 W. 13th St. -- - ,...... p. 49 HILL, SHIRLEY, 429 W. 13th St. ...... ............... p . 49 HILL, STANLEY, 226 Fairlawn Ave. --- .....,,. pp. 67, 129 HILL WALLACE 605 Park Ave. .... .....e.... p p. 59, 105 HINCHLIFFE, HARRY, 620 Park Ave. ......., epp. 49, 98, 101, 123 HOCKMAN, BOB, 360 High St. ......... HOFFMAN, DENNIS, 314 12th St. -,--pp. HOFFMAN, JEANNE, RD2 Bechtel Road ,,............. pp. 49, 113 HOFFMAN, VICKI, RD2 Bechtel Road .......,.............. p. 67 HOGAN, WAYNE, 2007 Lake Ave. HOHMAN, DON, 1175 East River --- HOLLIDAY, DICK, 126 Oak St. --- - HOLLIDAY, TOM, 126 Oak St. .....,... HOLLIS, BOB, 541 Cornell Ave. ......... HOLZHAUER, RICHARD, 243 George St. -N ------------------p. 72 67, 86,101, 105,117,135 ----------p. 72 ,--,,pp. 49, 143 ,,--------p. 67 ,,,---pp. 49, 123 ----pp. 49, 140, 144 HOMITZ, WILLIAM, 108 Nichols Ct. ...E HOMOKI, LINDA, 533 Irondole St. .,,, HONOSHOFSKY, BOB, 757 W. River ,..,, HOOGENBOOM, MARY, 357 Harvard Ave. HOOVER, ALBERT, 434 W. River HORN, JAMES, 432 W. 15th St. HORNBECK, ALICE, 143 Foirlawn Ave. --- HORNBECK, NANCY, 540 Cambridge Ave. HORROCKS, JAYNE, 305 Spruce St. ...........e- pp. 67, -----,v-,---p. 67 ,,,,,-----p. 59 ---,,,-,----p. 49 -- ---pp. 67, 105, 117, 129, 137 -,e-------p. 59 ,,,,,,,--.--pp. 49, 110 105, 129 HORROCKS, JUDY, 305 Spruce St. .eee eee.. p p. 59, 107, 117, 127 HORVATH, ELLEN, 146 Northrup St. -- HORVATH, KATHY, 360 Bond St. ..... .,,, p p. 49, 106, HORVATH, RON, 2424 W. River Rd. ev.. HORWITZ, BARBARA, 112 Park Ave. ,.., HOUSEHOLDER, NANCY, 583 Broad St. ..f-....-..-. -- 116,119 ,-,v,,.,---,,-,v,,-p. 49 pp. 13, 49, 106, 116, 124 -,,-p. 49 HousEI-IoLDER, SALLY, 583 Breed sf. ..................... p. 67 HOVEKAMP, fuss, 626 Bell Ave. ----pp. 49, 81, 104, 106, 116,119 HOVEKAMP, JOHN, 626 Bell Ave. e.e.........- .-..e..---- P - 67 HOWELL, GARY, 235 Columbus St. --, HOWELL, JIM, 239 16th St. ......... HOWER, DAVID, 164, S. Abbe Rd. ,,,, HUBBARD, SUSAN, 741 Washington Ave. -----pp. 59, 123 HUBBELL, LARRY, 112 Homer se. ........... ..... p p. 59, HUBER, ERIC, 503 Leda so. -.. ............ pp. 49, 97, 98, HUFFMAN, BARBARA, 827 w. River so. .......... pp. 67, HUFFMAN EARL, 945 Gulf Rd. ,.,,.... HUFFMAN, RALPH, 945 Gulf Rd. ,,.,, HUGHES, BOB, 145 Orchard Ct. .... HUGHES, GARY, 247 Bath St. HUGHES, NORMAN, 67 Chestnut St. ev- HUIETT, BILL, 113 Glenwood St. .,... HULTZ, JENNIFER, 2060 Lake Ave. ,.,,.... -----pp. 49, 115 ------,,-,--p. 67 ,,-,,,,,pp. 59, 106, 132 112, 149 137, 148 107 129 -----------------p. 67 -----,v---p. 59 -------p. 59 ----,,pp. 59, 149 --------pp. 49, 97, 103 pp. 67, a1, 93, 129 126, 137 HULTZ, SUSAN, 2060 Lake Ave. -- .... pp. 49, 94, 99, HUMMRICH, LINDA, aao spin Ave. .............. . , , p. 59 HUNKLEY, CARROLL, ses 50th si. w. River se. --- ....... p. 67 HUNKLEY, RUSSELL, sas 5011. si. ....,...,L.., ---pp. 49, 115 HURST, EARL, 112 Highland cf. HusK1NsoN, ERNLE, 206 Lexington Ave. .............. pp. 57, 97 Hus1oN, PEGGY, 449 w. 1511. sf. -- , 135 HUTCHINGS, NANCY, 217 cppviipnd ...... pp. 67, se, 94, 117, 128 HurcHlNcs, RICHARD, 217 cppnipnd HYER, JOHN, 369 E. Bridge se. ........,...,,.Lv pp. 59, 97, 111 HYLroN, PAT, 363 Pasadena Av.. -- HYMES, ALENA, 1115 Hillsdale -- 1cNArz, ELAINE, 124 w. Rav.. sf. --- IGNATZ, JEFF, 128 W. River St. .... INFIELD, JACK, 839 W. Broad St. INNES, CAROL MAE, 440 w. renin si. --- -- - v2,. -mp, 49 -----------,----pp. 59 -------pp. 49, 125, 137, 143 -------pp. 67, 105 ----------p. 67 ---pp. 67, 117, 137, 138 - .... pp. 67, 128, 149, 153 INNES, GEORGE, 115 Longfellow ..,... ,.,,-, ,,h, p , 59 ISOM, JEAN, 173 Morgan Ave. ...... ,-,,,,--, p , 108 J JABS, ERLENE, 281 Roosevelt ...... ....,, p p. 98, 105, 131 JABS, MARILYN, 281 Roosevelt ..... .,,...--.....- p p, 59, 98 JACKSON, BETTY, 107 Malcolm Cf. ......,................ p, 67 JACKSON, BILL, 519 West St. ......... pp. 59, 138, 148, 152, 153 JACKSON, DELPHINIA, 353 W S. Maple St. ......... pp. 59, 127 JACKSON, GLORIA, 61 Chestnut St. .,..,,.. ,..,,,. p . 59 JACKSON, HARRY, 130 Quincy St. ........ ..... p . 59 JACKSON, TOM, 511 West St. ..... ....-.-..-.,......- p , 67 KALO, JOSEPH, BOX 22 W. Ridge Rd. ....... ......... p. 59 KANE, DAVID, 217 Sumner St. ....... .... .... p p 49, 109 KASSU, TIBER, 219 W. River ,....... ........ p . 59 KASUBINSKI, JANET, 164 Bath St. .... .... p p. 59, 137 KATKIC, EDWARD, 1490 W. River Rd. ..,.................. p. 67 KAYDEN, TERRY, 598 Broad St. ......................... p. 115 KEARSE, LEE H., 66 Riverside Homes ....... pp. 46, 49, 94, 95, 104, 110, 114, 123, 137, 148 KEIFFER, CAROLYN JUNE, 800 Stung Road ....... pp. 49, 107, 116 KELLEY, HAROLD R., 150 S. Abbe Rd. ..................... KELLEY, SHARON, 137 E. Heights Blvd. .............. p. 59 pp. 59, 107 KELLEY, WAYNE ARTHUR, 137 E. Heights Blvd. -- ..... -- -p .49 KELLING, KEITH, 221 9th St. ............... ........ p . 67 KELLOGG, DIANE MARIE, 221 Lexington Ave. --- ---pp. 49, 103, 111, 136 KELLOGG, DUANE, 221 Lexington Ave. .................... p. 59 KELLY, KAY, 147 Warren Ave. ........ .... p p. 49, 107, 126 KELLY, RICHARD E., 2150 Lake Ave. --- .... pp. 49, 132, 133 KELLY, SAM, 147 Warren Ave. ........ .............. p . 68 KEMERY, KAREN, 260 Brandston Ave. .... ..... p p. 59, 107, 127 KEMPER, J. WILLIAM, 347 Furnace St. --- ............. p. 59 KILZER, LEWIS E., 159 Erie St. ........ pp. 49, 113, 115, KERSHAW, J. DELBERT, 1154 Garden St. --- .... ---- ---p. 49 ---p. 49 KETTEL, GERTRUDE E., 355 Louisiana Ave. ............... ---p. 59 KETTEL, JAMES, 355 Louisiana Ave. ............. ....... 123, 137, 125, 148 KINDLE, LEIGH A., 1508 W. River Rd. ................ pp. 49, 115 , 149 KING, DON, 509 Lodi Street ....................... pp. 68 KING, KATHLEEN AGNES, 162 Bellfield Ave. ,, ........ pp. 49, 126 KNISPEL, JOHN, 235 Sixth St. ................. pp. 68, 101, 123 JACOBS, SHIRLEY, 257 Hilliard Rd. ...............,., pp. 59, 107 JAFFE, SHARON, 421 Beebe Ave. ....... pp. 59, 99, wa, 107, 117, 119, 127, 137 JALOWIEC, NEIL, 145 S. Olive St. -, ...,,.,....,,,..,., p. 67 JALOWIEC, SUSAN, 271 Boston Ave. ...... pp. 59, 107, 117, 119, 137, 140 JANAS, SALLY, 527 N. Randall Rd. ......... pp. 67, 105, 117, 129 JANKOWSKI, JERRY, 383 White Oak Dr. .................- p. 67 JANASIK, JUDY, 222 Emerson Ct. ........ ...... p p. 67, 105, 117 JARVIS, JUANITA, 108 Furnace St. ...... .,.,........ p . 63 JEFFERYS, RICHARD, 1957 Hazelwood St. -- .... p. 59 JEFFREY, CHARLOTTE, 5980 Antrim Rd. -- ....... p. 67 JOHNS, DAVE, 441 Concord Ave. ..,... ......... p . 67 JOHNSON, ALAN, 2005 Gulf Rd. ....... -----pp. 67, 128 JOHNSON, ERIC, 1042 N. Pasadena Ave. ............. pp. 67, 153 JOHNSON KIRKHART, EVELYN, 245 George St. ......... pp. 59, 99, 127, 133 KIRKPATRICK, PAT, 163 Bellfield Ave. ............... pp. 59, 133 KISER, DON, 2 Persons Ct. ........... .............. p . 59 KISER, JACK, 1374 East Ave. --- .............. p. 68 KISER, JERRY, 265 Winckles St. .... -.. ...-... ........ p . 59 KISER, LESLIE, 145 Roosevelt Ave. -- ...... ........ p p. 68, 105 KISER, TOM G., 2 Persons Ct. .... ..... ........ p . 49 KISTNER, DAVID, 203 Warren Ave. --- ..... p. 59 KLEIN, PAULA, 420 Dellefieid Rd. .......... ...... p . 68 KLEIN, SHIRLEY, 265 Spruce St. ............. ........ p . 49 KLINGENSMITH, SANDRA, 230 Roosevelt Ave. --- .... pp. 68, 129 KLINGSHIRN, MARY JO, 516 Cambridge Ave. -- .......... p. 72 KLINGSHIRN, ROY, 1105 West Ave. -- ............ p. 59 KNEPPER, CAROL, 1001 Lake Ave. ....... ---pp. 68, 113, 128 KNEPPER, SHIRLY, 2903 W. River Rd. ..................... p. 59 JANICE, 1013 South Abbe Rd. .,...........,,,, p. 59 KNUFF, PAM A., 243 Columbus St. ...... pp. 49, 99, 107, 114, 116 KOEPP, NANCY ANN, 1950 Elyria-Lorain Blvd. ,....... pp. 59, 107 KOEPP, WANDA, 142 Courtland St. .......,............... p. 49 KOHLHEPP, LLM, 203 Gulf Rd. ...................... pp. 68, 129 KOLB, JIM, 612 Park Ave. ............ ----------------p. 59 KOMKO, JOYCE, 145 School St. ........... pp. 49, 116, 132, 133 KONKEL, MARY LOU, 33 Reddington Bldg KoNros, NICHOLAS, 811 wppdlpnd Ave. ----,-------pp. 63, 99 KOPIS, F. BILL, 213 Franklin Ave. ........ pp. 49, 94, 95, 109, 110, 123, 125, 137 KORIM, PAULETTE, 239 Harwood .... .......... p p. 68, 105, 117 KORKA, RON, 479 Cleveland St. ......... L... p p. 68, 128, 153 KOVACS, BETTY, 248 Griswold Rd. .. ....,... ........ p p. 68, 94 KOVACS, JOE, 248 Griswold Rd. ........-. .... p p. 49, 90, 125 KOWALIK, JANICE, 106 Dennison Ave. .... ----pp. 68, 90, 128 KOZDON, KAREN, 124 W. Rambler Rd. --- ...... pp. 68, 105 KRATCHEN, DALE D., 382 Furnace St. ..... ....-....-... P . 49 JOHNSON, LEE, 166 Parmely Avenue ...... pp. 49, 138, 143, 148, 151, 152 JOHNSON, RALPH, 422 Adams St. ....... .......... p p. 67, 149 JOHNSON, WILLIE, 1013 S. Abbe Rd. ,,.,, ........., p . 72 JOHNSTON, CAROLYN, 777 Washington Ave. , ..., pp. 49, 55, 95, 110, 116, 119 JOLLEY, EARL, 2064 Lake Ave. ......,.,, .......... p . 49 JOLLEY, FRANK, 126 Caroline St. -,- ..... pp. 67, 128 JOLLEY, RONALD, 2064 Lake Ave. ,W .,,,,.......,..... -p. 59 JONES, ALFRED, 164 Woodford Ave. ---.. .,...,........,,.. p. 59 JONES, BOB, 486 Cleveland St. ..,.,,.. pp. 67, 101, 105, 135, 149 JONES, DIANE, 627 Furnace St. ......,..,.......... pp. 59, 126 JONES, ELIZABETH, 245 E. Broad St. ...................... p. 59 JONES, JOYCE, 1716 Middle Ave. -L ..... pp. 59, 99, 137 JONES, JUDY, 517 W. 12th St. ,-- .Y.. pp. 67, 117, 128 JONES, LARRY, 627 Furnace St. ..... ...,........ p . 49 JONES, ROBERT, 486 Cleveland St. JONES, RONALD, 142 Riverside Ct. --- ....,.......... p. 49 JONES, ROSE, 613 W. 15th St. JONES, SEDRIC, 1614 Middle Ave. JONES, SHARON, 741 W. River St. .,.,. pp. 59, 107, 113, 117, 127 JONES, SUSAN, 985 Oakwood Dr. ....,.,.,,,,,...,. pp. 59, 113 JONES, WILLIAM, 704 Bond 51. ...., pp. 59, 101, 109, 115, 126, 148 JONES, WILLY JEAN, 613 W. 15th St. ,....,,,,....5.,..... p. 59 JORDAN, LEONARD, 1529 W. Griswold Rd. ....,,e,,Y.,,,,, p. 59 JORDAN, ROBERT, 508 Fillmore St. ..,,,,,. ..f. p . 67 JUSTICE, GEORGE, 5905 Ethel Ave. --- ,...e ---p. 67 KRATCHEN, JOYCE, 382 Furnace St. ............ pp. 68, 107, 117 KRAUSHER, SANDRA LEE, 449 W. River Sf. ................ p. 49 KR1sroFF, BARBARA ANN, 242 E. Heights Blvd. ............ p. 49 KRONE, WALTER, 350 Longfellow St. KRUEGER, HAZEL, 132 Roosevelt Ave. .. ........... pp. 59, 107, 137 K KAATZ, LYNN, 8 Phillip Ct. ......,Y,....... pp. 67, 73, 123, 149 KADAS, PATRICIA, 132 Lake Ave. ...,,.,,.. pp. 59, 101, 107, 113 KADERBEK, SHERRIE, 1003 N. Pasadena Ave. ......... pp. 67, 128 KAILES, GARY, 160 Cornell Ave. ......e...... ..... p p. 67, 112 KAISER, JACK, 128 Garvin Ave. e.Y,e,.... YAAYY p p. 49, 115 KAISER, TOM, 128 Garvin Ave. ....... ---,-,,,,p. 59 KAKOS, JIM, 604 Dewey Ave. .......... ....... p . 49 KALAPOS, GARY, 998 N. Pasadena Ave. --- ..f,...... p. 49 KALO, DANIEL, R. D. No. 2 W. Ridge Rd. ,Y ..... pp. 67, 129 ---------------------p. 59 KRUGMAN, GARY, 527 Woodland ........................ p. 68 KRUGMAN, JANET, 205 Emerson Court ....... pp. 60, 98, 105, 107 KRUGMAN, ROGER ARNOLD, 527 Woodland Ave. ..... pp. 49, 115 KRUGMAN, SHARON, 1201 W. Griswold Rd. .......... pp. 49, 126 KRUGMAN, WILLIS, 284 Beilfieid Ave. ....... pp. 68, 80, 101, 153 KUHL, BOB, 167 Fairlawn Ave. ........................... p. 68 KULZYNSKI, HARRIETT, 2701 W. River Rd. ................. p. 49 KUSS, JANET, 227 Sixth St. ......... pp. 60, 94, 95, 117, 126, 141 l LABOS, JAMES, 354 W. River Rd. --- ...,. ,,,,, p , 68 LACEY, JOE, 1326 W. River St. ...... LA DOW, SUSAN, 322 Pasadena Ave. --- LAGANIER, LINDA, 335 Beebe Ct. .... --..---p. 60 ---------------p. 60 ---------.-pp. 68, 129 LAGANIER, PATRICIA, 335 Beebe Ct. ....... pp. 49, 104, 116, 126 LANAGHAN, LINDA, 120 Parkview Ct. ....... pp. 60, 98, 105, 113 LANAGHAN, MERVIN, 304 Foster Ave. ...... LANCE, GLORIA, 132 Lafayette , ,...,... pp. LANCE, JANET, 132 Lafayette ...,...., -----PP -------------,p. 60 50, 89, 109, 116 132 .68,105,117j135 LANDER, DENNIS, 1139 E. River St. ...,.....,......, pp. 50, 115 LANDER, GARY, 1139 E. River St. ..., LANDIS, NICK, 237 Stanford Ave. E-- LAPPI, BOB, 1011 West Ave. ..a,,. LARKIN, BILL, 29 Artemus Ct. ............ LARKIN, DAN, 29 Artemas Ct. ...,.,.....,., LAUTENSCHLEGER, JOHN, 340 Harwood ,pp. 60, 93, 113, 148 ----,-----pp. 50, 123 --, .A..... p. 50 -,,----,-,p. 68 -,----------p. 50 St. ...., pp. 50, 101, 123, LAW, RUTH, 303 Hawthorne St. ,,......,.. LAWRENCE, BERTHA, 733 W. 19th St. --- LAWRENCE, JIM, 605 Garford Ave. A,,.... LAWRENCE, THOMAS, 733 W. 19th Street LAWSON, BILLIE KATHERINE, 435 Ambler D 125, 130, 133, 137 --,-pp. 63, 101, 123 ----,,----,ep. 60 ---,--pp. 50, 99 r. ...,,.... pp. 50, 110 LAWSON, YEEVONNE, 507 Foster Ave. ........, pp. 50, 107, 116, LAYPORT, PATRICIA JO, 323 Parmeley 119, 126 LAYTON, LEXIE, 179 Manor Dr.- ..,.... pp. 68, 105, 117, 128, 135 LEADENHAM, DOUG, 557 Hilliard Rd. ,,..........E,..... -p. 68 LEczo, TED, 1756 N. Ridge ...L .. ....,..........,... pp. 50, 123 LEDYARD, ALLEN, 377 N. Abbe Rd. --- LEE, CHARLES, 228 Howe St. ..., .... ---pp. 63, 129 -------------------p. 68 LEE, JERRY, 550 N. Abbe Rd. ...,,. ....,.........,...... p . 50 LEES, RICHARD, 249 Roosevelt .......... pp. 63, 93, 128, 149, 153 LEHMAN, KENNETH, 769 Abbe Rd. ..,,.............. pp. 68, 149 LEININGER, MICHAEL, 210 E. 9th St. ................L.... p. 60 LEININGER, WALTER, 210 E. 9th St. ...........,....,..... p. 60 LEON, GEORGIA, 334 Washington Ave. .,.. pp. 68, 94, 129 LEONARD, cHERYL, 1306 N. Murray Ridge Rdi-jjj.-pp. 63, 129, 135 LEONARD, MARGUERITE, 623 Cambridge .......... pp. 63, ao, 117 LESCHER, IRIS, 213 Samuel St. ...2,...., LESLIE, BARBARA, 435 Metcalf Rd. ..... LEWICKI, CHARLIE, 205 Spruce St. -- LEWIS, FRED, 301 Huron St. ....,,. LICKING, CAROL, 223 Emerson Ct. ...,,.... -------------,p. 60 ,,,.pp. 50, 116, 126 ----e---e---p. 50 --Eepp. 50, 126, 143 -----,pp. 50, 113 LILES, DORMAN, 346 Kenyon Ave. ................... pp. 68, 80 LINGENFELTER, CAROLYN, 226 Lexington Ave. .......,..... p. 50 LINGENFELTER, PAUL, 550 Randall Rd. ........., pp. 68, 99, 105, LISEWSKY, LENNY, 144 Brandtson Ave. E, LITTLE, BETTY, 142 N. Market St. .,... LITTLE, DEVONIA, 25M West Ave. -W 135, 149 ----, ----p. 68 ----- ----p. 68 -v---,e-------p. 60 LITTLE, IRA, 25M West Ave. ........... .......... 6 8 LIVINGSTONE, DAVID, 263 N. Olive St. ....., pp. 60, ------p. 99, 111, 123 LOONEY, JOHN, 307 7th St. ,.,.....,,,...,,..........,. p. 68 LOONEY, LORETTA, 1306 Sugar Ridge Rd. -,- LOOSE, SUSAN, 359 Gulf Rd. ......,......, LOTUS, ED, 605 E. Heights Blvd. ,,.,,... L ----,,--pp. 50, 110 pp. 50, 99, 101, 116 ,---Epp. 50, 107, 123 LOWERY, CHARLES, 633 West St. -- ,,....,,,..., p. 50 LOWERY, DAVE, 123 Edgewood St. E, ...3.....,.....,, p. 68 LOWERY, EDITH, 111 Erie Street ee- ,.w, pp. 60, 99, 105, 111 LOWERY, JAMES, 633 West Street ee, ...,..........., p. 68 LUMADUE, DICK, 259 Marseilles ..... ............,. p . 50 LUTHER, LARRY, 1517 Lake Ave. .....,....,.,. ..pp. 60, 126, 148 LUTZ, PENNY, 991 N. Washington Blvd. ,,,,.. 110, pp. 60, 94, 106, 107, 19 117, 1 , 127, 137 LYEZKOWSKI, RUTH, 134 Charles Ct. ,....,............... p. 50 LYNCH, FRANCIS, 100 Mendel Ct. --- .....,...... pp. 68, 135 M MAC DONALD, KEN, 159 Roosevelt Ave. .,,....,.,......., p. 68 MAC DONALD, MARIAN, 112 Cedar St. MACHOCK, DAVID, 985 W. River St. -- pp. 63, 129, 137, 138 pp.50, 111,112,180 MAC PHERSON, JACK, 616 Park Ave. ..,,,,YY.,,..YYo....Y P. 60 MADDOCK, MELADEE, 479 W. 10th St. ...,,,, pp. 68, 95, 99, 117, 128, 137 MADOK, NANCY, 332 Cambridge Ave. ,,v,.. pp. 9, 46, 50, 94, 95, 116, 126 MADOK, PEGGY, 332 Cambridge Ave. ee-, .... pp. 68, 94, 95, 99, 129, 140 MAHILO, DON, R. D. No. 2 Albrecht Rd ..,, ...,YY...... p . 68 MAHL, DANIEL, 521W East Ave. ..,,. -,,,---p. 50 MAIDEN, THOMAS, 2030 N. Murray Ridge-Rdf: .... -pp. 60, 148 MANCUSO, MARIE, 231 George si. ...................... p. 50 MAPLE, Io ANN, 614 Luke Avenue ........ MARTIN, MIKE, 816 Park Ave. ...... MARTIN, ROBERT, 69 Caroline Street -- MARTIN, TOM, 816 Park Ave. .....,, MARTINEY, JAMES, 326 Bon Air Ave. -,---pp. 60, 113, 117 ------pp. 63, 135 --e----------p. 50 ,---pp. 50, 123, 125 MARZAVIAS, JAMES, 211 Harwood St. -U ............... p. 60 MASON, TOM, 505 Foster Ave. ...... MASONIS, BILL, 368 High St. -- W,---------pp. 60, 107 ,,--pp. 68, 128, 148, 153 MASSEY, BILL, 648 Hilliard Rd. .... MATEK, JOHN, 124 Marseilles Ave. -- MATEK, TED, 124 Marseilles Ave. ..... MATTHEWS, ALVIS, 415 W. 13th St. --- MAURER, JEFF, 124 Emerson Ct. ..... MAXEY, REUBEN H., 69 Chestnut St. --- RAY, 622 Harvard Ave. ......... pp. 50, 107, 114, 123 MC AVENA, DAVID, 246 White Oak Dr. MC CABE, SHIRLEY, 169 Ridge St. ..... MAXWELL, MC CAIN, ----------p. 50 ----pp. 68, 135 -------p. 60 ---------p. 60 ----------pp. 50, 148 --------pp. 68', 99, 114 -------------------p. 60 -------------------p. 50 JANICE, 354 Hawthorne St. .................... p. 60 MICHELE, 106 Cascade St. .............e.. pp. 50, 126 MC DONALD, JUDY, 455 Earl Ct. ..,. pp. 68, 99, 117, 128, 137, 138 MC DONALD, SUSAN, 509 Park Ave. ..... pp. 60, 98, 117, 132, 137 Mc DONIEL, ANN, 1146 Garden sl. ................. pp. 60, 105 MC DONIEL, JIM, 1146 Garden St. .... MC CRAY, ----------pp. 10, 50, 101 MC GHEE, BOB, 607 Murray Ridge Rd. .................... p. 60 MC GHEE, DANIEL, 607 Murray Ridge Rd. ........ pp. 50, 115, 143 Mc GHEE, HELEN, 409 Clinton Ave. .,.... ....... p p. 63, 128 Mc GHEE, MAMIE, 303 16th si. ........ ........ p p. 68, 128 Mc GHEE, MINNIE, 409 Clinton Ave. - .... ........ p . 68 Mc GHEE, oRA, 308 16th si. ....... ........... p . 60 MC GUIRE, FRED, 307 Park Ave. --- ............ p. 50 MC GUIRE, JAMES, 307 Park Ave. ..... ----pp. 63, 148, 153 Mc HENRY, RUTH, 1938 N. Ridge Rd. .... ......... p p. 60, 117 Mc INrIRE, DAVID, 915 E. Heights Blvd. --- .......... -p. 60 MC INTIRE, JIM, 706 S. Boston Ave. .,.... ...... p . 50 MC INTIRE, NEIL, 274 49th Si. ........................... p. 68 MC INTOSH, GAYLE, 220 Burns Rd. ................. pp. 50, 132 MCKAY, CONNIE, 167 Brandston ........ pp. 10, 50, 94, 96, 104, 116, 119 MC KAY, MARIE, 502 Schadden Rd. ...................... p. 50 MC KENZIE, RONALD, 115 Fairlawn Ave. -- ....... ...... p . 68 MC KENNEY, DORIS, 164 Woodford Ave. -- --- ..... -pp. 68 MC KITRICK, JOHN, 932 Walnut St. ..... .......... MC KNIGHT VERONICA 126 West St. Mc NEAL, RUBY, 523W ,Elm sr. ...... f' MC RAE, BONNIE, 228 Gates Ave. --- MECKLEY, JIM, 122 Caroline St. ....... MEESE, CLAUDIA, 431 Beebe Ct. ....... MELHINCH, AL, 613 W. River St. -- MELTON, ALBERT, 4 Frank Ct. --- MENNELL, BOB, 209 Yale Ave. ..... pp. 63, 153 -------pp. 68, 129 -------pp. 84, 50 --- ......... p. 50 ----- --------p. 50 -------p. 68 -----p. 60 -----------------p. 72 -----------------p. MERRILL, CAROLYN, 464 W. 8th St. .... .... p p. 50, 99, MERRYMAN, WAYNE, 180 Clinton Ave. 60 131, 133 110, 136 MESCHKE, SUE, 169 Bell Ave. ....,......... pp. 50, 106, MESSAROS, CHARLENE, 244 Dennison Ave. ................ p. 50 MESSAROS, MYRA, 2128 Lake Ave. ...... .... .... MESSAROS, STEVE, 244 Dennison Ave. MESSER, JEWEL ANN, 1968 Rosewood --- pp. 50, 136 -,- ....... p. 68 MEssER, NAoMI, 1963 Rosewood ...................... .--p. so MErzIG, RoswI1HA, 730 w. Broad sl. .,....... pp. 69, ---..-------p. 68 105, 129 MEYER, BILL, 115 Park Ave. .,........, pp. 60, 98, 123, 148, 153 MEYNE, MARILYN, 269 Brandston Ave. ....... pp. 60, 98, 117, 127, 132, 133, 139, 181 MIHALIS, MARGARITA, 408 East Ave. ....... pp. 50, 98, 104, 106, 116, 120, 132, 136 MIHALIS, ROSALIE, 408 East Ave. ..,.. pp. 69, 101, 105, 117, 129, 132, 137 MILLER, BILL R., 2103 Lake Ave. ......................... p. 60 MILLER, CHARLES, 2103 Lake Ave. ..... ........ - pp. 50, 72, 135 MILLER, DENNIE LEE, 233 Warren Ave. -- ----pp. 50, 97, 115 MILLER , DORIS, 161 Harvard Ave. ..... MILLER, GARY, 274 Hilliard Rd. MILLER, JUDITH, 206 Fairluwn Ave. ...... MILLER, PATSY, 5713 Elyria Ave. 105 MILLER ROBERT, 317 Yale Ave. ............,,............ p. 69 MILLER, SANDRA, 340 49th St. ...... MILLER, STERLING, 5713 Elyria Ave. --- MILLER, THOMAS, 340 49th St. .,.... MILLER, MILLS, GO WILLIAM P., 110 Euclid St. --- ---------pp. 69, 105, 137 ----------------,--pp. 69, 135 pp. 50, 107, 119, 132, 136 -------------------- pp. 69 ----pp. 50, 116, 133 -----,,,------p. 60 --------,--,pp. 60, 133 ----pp. 60, 93, 126, 132 RDON, 346 Louisiana Ave. - .....,.,...., epp. 60, 148 MILLS, JEANETTE, 225 Harwood St. .............. pp. 69, 99, 128 MILLS, JOY, 225 Harwood St. ......... - MINERT, JOAN, 433 W. 10th St. MISCHKA, HAROLD, 137 Harwood St. ........ pp. 50, 86, 99, 119, 123, 125, 132, 133, pp. 50, 99, 116, 126, 127 109, 137 MOEHLE, MARIANNE, 157 Hamilton sf. ...ee pp. 69, 105, 117, 130 MOEHLE, PEGGY, 621 Middle Ave. ..... ....... . pp. 50, 113, 126 MoEHLE, SUE, 621 Middle Ave. ............ -pp. 69, 99, 105, 113 MOHRMAN, LARRY, 790 N. Ridge Rd. --- ................ p. 60 MoLLENIcoPr, FRED, 338 celumbie Ave. --- .... pp. 50, 114, 119, 123, 137 MONK, MIKE, 1721 S. Roosevelt Ave. --- ..... ...... p p. 50, 145 MOODY, BETTY SUE, 913 Foster Ave. -- ........ p. 50 OSBORN, KATHIE, 649 Lodi St. ..... OEBKER, ELLEN, 214 Fairlown Ave. -- OLAK, JERRY, 2890 West River St. OGLE, BILL, 52 Riverside Homes -- oLEIKo, rom, 12a Lake Ave. ---fuu--' OLENICK, JOHN, 114 Rush St. ..... OLIVER, HARVEY, 739 W. 19th St. .... OLSON, DONALD, 467 W. 10th St. ORR, SALLY, 625 Washington Ave. ...... pp. ORVIS, NIKKI, 213 15th St. .............. MOODY, MARY RUTH, 913 Foster Ave. e- .YYY p. 69 MOORE, JERRY, 1704 Middle Ave. MOORE, PEGGY, 1704 Middle Ave. -.-L ,A..,.,,. .Ln .,,, .-p, 72 MOORE, RONNIE, 1704 Middle Ave. L. ,,,,,,,,,,,,v,,,,,, p. 72 MORAN, SANDRA, 213 Vassar Ave. ,YYY pp. 69, 105, 117, 128, 137 MORATH, SHARON, 169 Eady Ct. .........,,,.,,..,,..v,, p. 60 MOREY, SHELLY, 1424 Faxon Pl. -.-..-..-.pp. 60, 97, 99, 117, 137 MORRIS, DONNA, 128 Edgewood St. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, pp. 60, 107 MORRIS, OSCAR, 929 Clark St. .. ,,L.. A...... . .---pp. 60, 115 Moss, sos, 141 Bell Ave. ...... .. ,,,. .. ,,,.v.,, p. so MOSS, TOM, 141 Bell Ave. -..-.. ...W ,,,-pp. 69, 128, 149 MOWRY, JUNE, 247 E. Broad St. -..L ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, p. 60 MOWERY, NICK, 174 Bell Ave. ,,,, ..........,. . wp. 50 MOWERY, SHANNON, 174 Bell Ave. - ,,., pp. 69, 94, 95, 129, 149, 153 MUELLER, MARTIN, 126 Broad St. .,,.,,.,.Y...,,,,,, pp. 69, 135 MULL, LOREN, 436 Earl Ct. ...... . - ..........,,,,., pp. 69, 101 MULL, PATRICIA, 436 Earl Ct. ..-. ..-.pp. 50, 97, 104, 109, 119, 126 OSWALT, BETTY, 2709 Fackler Ave. --- OTT, DELMAR, 344 N. Olive St. ..... .............- OTT, JUDY, 344 N. Olive St. .... OTT, SHARON, 138 Manor Dr. -- -----pp. OTTEN, WILLIAM, 415 Third St. --- ------ OVERS, DAVE, 315 Cornell Ave. ........... MUNGER, CAROL, 206 Second St. MURPHY, BOB, 310 Roosevelt Ave. ..... .. ,..,,.e2.,Y...... p. 60 MURPHY, PHYLLIS, 434 Earl Ct. ..- .pp. 50, 94, 95, 99, 116, 136, 181 MURRAY, MARY, 135 School St. L .... e,e,,....e.........., p . 69 MURRAY, WILSON, 314 16th St. L-.- .......ee..e, pp. 60, 94, 132 MURRELL, MILDRED, 339 Tenth St. ....- ,,,ee.. .. ....v,,,,,, dp. 51 MYERS, DOROTHY, No. 3 Smith Ct. .. H.-- pp. 51, 106, 109, 124, 132 MYERS, PAMELA, 134 School St. LL-.. MYERS, PATRICIA ANN, 525 Washing N W--. ,v,,,,, pp. 60, 117, 126 ton Ave. .... pp. 60, 98, 105 117, 127 NAEGELE, WILLIAM, 316 Stanford Ave. .,.. pp. 51, 82, 98, 101, 140 NAGY, DAVID, 117 Louisiana Ave. ee.. .. e,.,.e............ p. 60 NARDECCHIA, PETER, 352 Oberlin Rd. NARY, NARY, NASH, NASH, NASH, CAROL, 118 W. Bridge St. .,.. CHARLENE, 126 Clark St. --- DONALD, 1051 Garden St. e-, ROBERT, 1051 Garden St. L- RONALD, 1051 Garden St. --.. -----pp. 51, 115 --------p. 60 --,----p. 72 ---p. 69 eeep. 60 -,e,,--p. 69 NASH, WILLIAM, 1051 Garden St. -.. ........ p. NEAL, PRISCILLA, 712 Sherman St. -ee ee.., pp. 69, 128 NEDWICK, RAY, 382 White Oak Dr. L NEIGHBOR, CAROL, 207 Emerson Ct. L-, NELSON, CHARLES, 1930 Middle Ave. -------pp. 60, 98 -----pp. 60, 98, 127 -,,,,-pp. 69, 135 NELSON, FRANCIS, 318 Harvard Ave. U- ,e.......-ee p. 69 NELSON, KAREN, 715 Clark St. .,,, ---pp. 51, 116, 126 NELSON, KATHIE, 126 Homesite Ct. -- .........e,.. p. 60 NEMETH, CAROL, 552 Vulcan St. -..-- - ....e-,e- pp. 51, 107 NEMETH, RONALD, 552 Vulcan St. --- ..e,e-.....-....... p. 69 NEMITS, NORMA, 2226 Lake Ave. - .,,...,., pp. 69, 105, 117, 135 NEVINS, KIRK, 443 Kenyon Ave. .,,,,,. .pp. 51, 83, 95, 123, 125 NEWELL, TOM, R.D. No. 1 Bax 120 Oberlin .,........ pp. 51, 123 NEWKIRK, JACK, 520 Gartord Ave. ......... .....-.. p . 69 NEWTON, CHUCK, 1828 West Avo. ....................... p. NICHOLS, AGNES, 239W Howe Sf. .........------ -.-.-- P - 51 NICHOLS, LINDA, 206 Stanford Ave. ---.pp. 59, 94, 99, 105, 1o7, OWENS, KEN, 235 Eighth St. ..... ..... P PACHUTA, JOHN, 156 Stanford PAGE, SHARON, 579 Willow Park Rd. ----pp PAINTER, RONALD, 1077 East River St. PALLAS, DAVID, 124 E. Rambler Ave. -IIE PALM, SANDEE, 450 w. Ninth s1. ..... --------------p. 51 pp. 69, 129 Lpp. 51, 123, 133, 137 ---------------p. 69 --------------p. 69 ------p. ORNDORFF, PAUL, 544 Lodi St. ,e,......,...-.E-. ..-..- p , 115 44, 60, 94, 95, 98, 99, 105, 117, 127, 137 ---------------p. 61 -------pp. 69, 117 -------p. 51 pp. 69, 129 pp. 51, 132 61, 94, 107, 117, 133 ---------------p. 51 ----------pp. 51, 94 --------p. 51 51,109,116,119,124 ---------------p. 51 -------pp. 61, 96, 98 --------------p. RANDY, DENNIS, 400 Denefaela Rd. .... ........... p . 69 PANDY, STEVEN, 1155 w. River Rd. ........ ........... p . 51 PAoNEssA, FRANK, mm w. River Rd. ..... ......... p . PAONESSA, HELEN, 119W w. Rave. Rd. --- ........... p. 61 PAPAI, JULIA, R. D. Ne. 2 Stan Rd. ..... ......... p . 51 PAPP, DENISE, 133 Brandtson Ave. ....., ..--pp. 10, 51, 99 PAPP, SALLY, 252 Spruce St. ............................ p. 51 PAPPAS, DENNIS, 1135 Melvyn Lane .... ............... - p. PAPPAS, NICK, 521 Second St. ............. pp. 15, 51, PAPPAS, PAULINE, 1135 Melvyn Lane ........ pp. 61, 99, PAPUGA, DON, 615 Eastern Heights Blvd. ................. p. PARDUE, JOYCE, 307 7th St. ........... PARKS, JACK, 61 Riverside ......... .... PARKER, LARRY, 201 Hawthorne St. ,.... PASADYN, MARILYN 208 Longfellow St PASENOW, JEAN, 704 Clark St. ...... PATTON, JACK, 1678 Wilbur Ave. ...,. PAULY, SHARON, 117 Orchard Ct. ....... PAVLICK, JOYCE, 1981 Northwood Ave. --- PEABODY, MARY, 208 Brandtson Ave. PEARCE, MARY ANN, 202 Beebe Ct. --- - 117, 119, 129, 137 NICKEL, JAMES, 114 Peeedepe Ave. -- ---- ......... pp. 69, 101 50 NICKLE, JOHN, 275 Bon Air Ave. ...,. ------------p. NICKOLI, MARSHA, 1183 East Rlver St. --.. .------ P- 51 NICOLSON, JOHN, 320 Franklin Ave. -.- ---p. 51 NICOLSON, MARIE, 320 Franklin Ave. -L ,,-p. 60 NIEDING, GARY, 479 Cleveland St. -L ......e-.. p. 51 NEIDING, GENE, 212 Gates Ave. ee e....---.-ve--- P- 51 NIEDING, NANCY, 290 Adelbert ,, NIELSEN, DICK, 159 Cornell ..., . - -. ,..,,. pp. 50, 113, 117 ------pp. eo, 123, 148, 153 NIELSEN, MARY, 249 Cambridge .L ----pp. 51, 98, 101, 104, 114, 124 116, NOE, VAUGHN, 233 East 13th St. ee.. ...Y . .eee-..... pp. 69, 128 NORRIS, BETSY, 632 Bell Ave. nn.-. pp. 10, 65, 69, 105, 117, 137 NORRIS, PAUL, 158 Pasadena Ave. .. NORTHCUTT, KAY FRANCIS, 101 West .,-.-..pp. 51, 1o1, 119, 123, 125, 137 s1. pp. 51, 99, 110, 138 Nos1ER, BARBARA, 264 wineklee s1. -... .............., ---p. 60 NOVAK, JUDY, 410 Cambridge Ave. M--- e--. ...Y pp. 69, 129 NOVAK, RICHARD, 362 Hawthorne St. L-- .... ..-e- P - 69 NOVAK, ROBERT, 1512 W. Griswold Rd. ....,......--Y..e.. p. 60 NOVAK, RON, 612 Turner St. ..... . ...A -. .e.e.e.... pp. 69, 129 NOVAK, SHIRLEY, 362 Hawthorne St. ..... pp. 15, 51, 94, 101, 104, O 114, 116, 119, 124,136 OAKLER, RONNY, 1108 Garden St. ....,... ..... p p. 69, 129 O'CONNOR, JAMES, 2500 West River Rd. --- e.... pp. 51, 115 O'CONNOR, GARY, 2500 West River Rd. --- ......... p. 69 69 1 23, 148 107, 117 61 --- ....... p. 61 ---------p. 61 ------p. 61 ---- -------p. 61 ..-----pp. 69, 128 ---p. 51 ---p. 61 ---p. 61 ..----- ------------p. 69 ----,pp. 70, 117, 128 PERKINS, DONNA, 441 Adams St. .... ---pp. 61, 98, 107, 117 PERKINS, SALLY, 441 Adams St. .... ................ p . 51 PERKINS, STEVE, 805 Woodland Ave. -- ......,. pp. 70, 149, 153 PETERMAN, BEVERLY, 626 Harvard Ave. .... pp. 61, 107, 117, 119, 127, 137 PETERSON, LOIS, 1386 East Ave. ee.. .... p p. 54, 107, 116, 126 PETRAS, CAROL, 335 West St. ......e -pp. 51, 104, 106, 109 PETROFF, LILLY, 72 Chestnut St. ,,.... ................ p . 51 PETRUZZI, MARY, 334 Longfellow Ave. ......... ....... p . 54 PFEIFFER, NANCY, 2222 Lake Ave. ...................... p. 70 PHELPS, DUANE, 433 Cleveland St. ....... -------------p. 70 PIATT, JIM, 31 Cascade s1. ................... pp. 51, PIGMAN, TOM, 184 Bath St. ..... 110, 126 --------------------p. PILGRIM, DON, 916 Concord St. e- .,................... p. 70 PIPER, BILL, 619 Cambridge Ave. .,,.... pp. 70, 105, 135, 148, 153 PITCOCK, EARL, 524 Purdue Ave. ..................... PITTS, DOROTHY, 1705 Lorain Blvd. .,............... -- PITTS, GERALD, 206 Whitman Blvd. .............. ---p. 51 ---p. 61 --,-,----p. PITTS, GEORGINA, 1705 Lorain Blvd. -- ................ p. 70 PLESKA, CECELIA, 235 Pasadena Ave. ....... pp. 51, 99, 106, 110 119, 124, 136 POLING, DEAN, 221 N. Olive St. ,-- ..,.. pp. 51, 115, 143, 144 POOR, GENE, 1715 Bend s1. ......... .................. p . 51 POWELL, GARY, 244 Mereeallee Ave. -- ................ p. PRENTICE, LAIRD, 346 ohie s1. ...... ----. .......... p. 51 PRICE, JAMES, 1713 W. River Rd. ...... .....-........-- P - PRICE, PATRICIA, 220 Washington Ave. ...... pp. 51, 98, 101, 103, 106, 116, 119 PRITT, LYAL, 522 E. River .......... .....-.---..-- P . 61 PRocI-IAzKA, BILL, 743 w. 17th 51. --- .............. p. 61 PROCHAZKA, DICK, 739 w. 17th s1. -- ............ pp. 52, 110 PRovozNIK, IANIE, 1101 West Ave. ....... pp. 51, 107, PROVOZNIK, ROBERT, 1101 West Ave. - ......... - PRUITT, GERALDINE, 432 Clinton Ave. - PRUNTY, DALE, 333 S. Logan St. ..... PUDER, BOB, 142 Denison Ave. -,- 127, 137 pp. 52, 115 -----,,-------p. 52 ---pp. 61, 126 ----pp. 52, 123 SCHULTZ, MARLENE, 297 Overbrook Rd. ,,.. -pp. 70, 99, 117, 128 PURCELL, JACKIE, 5,16 Harvard Ave PYCRAFT, DENNIS, 116 Williams St. -- PYNCHON, DAVE, 419 Oxford Ave. Q QUEEN, TOM, 545 Harvard Ave. .,.. pp. R RADER, JUDY, 104 Spruce St. ,....Y,. RADFORD, EDWARD, 1117 Garden St. -Y . ,..--pp. 52, 95, 109, 110, 116, 119, 136, 141 2 ..... pp. 52, 125 52, 99, 104, 109,110, 113 RAFTER, LINDA, 431 East Broad St. ,ee RATHWELL, LOIS, 1394 Grafton Rd. W- RAY, DONALD, 151 Clinton Ave. -,- REAMS, RON, 132 Marseilles Ave. ..,, REBER, RENEE, 187 Middle Ridge Rd. .,,,.., REDINGTON, RANDY, 236 6tI1 St. ,,..,.,, pp. 52, 94, 106, 142, 145 REDMAN, JOYCE, 333 Bon Air Ave. -- .......Y.....f pp. 70, 129 REESER, SYLVIA, 334 Concord Ave. ,,,,.. pp. 61, 95, 107, 117, 119, ---,p. 70 ---,p. 70 ------p. 52 ,----,----p. 52 ---v-e,---pp. 61, a'a -,,-----,,,----,2p. 52 ,pp. 7o, 99, 117, 135 130, 137 REFENNING, JO LYNN, 1016 N. Pasadena Ave. ..,,... pp. 61, 98, 117, 137 REID, LARRY, 202 Clinton Ave. ..,.. ...... p . REID, SARAH, 304 Clinton Ave. D YA-..... p. 70 REIDINGER, JEAN, 154 Eady Ct. ,d ..., pp. 61, 137 REMICK, CHUCK, 548 Fairmont St. ee- ......ee. p. 70 RESER, BILL, 206 Miami Ave. ....Y,..., e.A...-.... p . 52 REYNHOUT, JOYCE, 269 Hamilton Ave. REYNOLDS, BONNIE, 217 Marseilles Ave. ,-- ,,--pp. 61, 98, 110 ,-,pp. 64, 70, 107, RYAN, PATRICK, 129 Oak St. ...... S SABO, LINDA, 334 Longfellow St. ......, pp. 70, -----p. 99, 105, 117, 129 SABO, TED, 334 Longfellow St. .... .....,,,AA.... p p. 52, 144 SABOLICH, STEVE, 5723 Elyria Ave. .......... - SAGE, CAROL, 707 East Ave. ......... -pp. 70, -----------p. 62 99, 105, 117, 129 ST. PETER, DON, 115 Caroline St. .......-........... pp. 53, 132 ST. PETER, RONALD, 115 Caroline St. .,,,,... ...,..., p , 71 SALLIS, DAWSON, 128 Rambler Rd. ,,,, .,.,,.. p , 70 SAMS, FREDDIE, 6420 West Ridge Rd. W, ........,-,,,, p. 62 SAND, EDDIE, 557 Ohio St, ,,,,,,M.......-.,,,v,,,,,,,, p, 62 SAND, KAAREN, 557 Ohio si. .d...-.,-v, -pp. 52, 116, 126, 136 SANDERS, CAROL, 127 Marseilles Ave. ,,... -pp. 62, 117, 131 132 sANDRoCIc, NEIL, 1052 North Posodono Ave. ..... -pp. 62, 996 149 SANDFORD, LARRY, 254 Washington Ave. ...... SAPP, MARIANNE, 839 Bond St. SARNOUSKY, LINDA, 817 Washington Ave. - ..., pp. 70, 99, ,-pp. 70, 94, 149 105, 117, 119, 129 SARVER, ROBERT, 508 Furnace St. .....,, A,,,,...,... p p, 62, 98 SAWYER, SALLY, 435 Lonnbfidgo Ave. ,...,...,,s..A. pp, 70, 129 SAXE, MARILYN, 701 Middle Ave. ..,,.,, pp. 70, 99, 105, 117, 129 SCARBROUGH, JIM, 120 School St. ...,..sA,,.........,-,, p, 70 SCARBROUGH, JUDY, 120 School St. W ......,...,... ..,. p . 54 SCHAD, HARRIET, 702 Prospect Ave. SCHAFER, DELMAR, 632 Denison Ave. SCHAFFER, DONALD, 210 Franklin Ave. .,.,,,...........,, p, 62 SCHILDT, ROBERT, 234 Marseilles Ave. pp. 52, 112 SCHILLING, SUSAN, 330 12th si. ..... 7 pp.A52f-166,-139, 119, 124 sCHMI1rGEN, JANE, 236 Columbus si. ---.pp. 62, 105, 117, 119, 130, 131 sCHMIr1GEN, LYNN, 633 Washington Ave. --.- ...... pp. 52, 116, 124, 136 SCHMITTGEN,MARY, 236 Columbus si. ...,. pp. 70, 105, 117, 119, 129, 140 sCHMIrrGEN, NANCY, 633 Washington Ave. .,...... pp. 70, 105, 117, 129 SCHMITTGEN, SANDY, 1013 Gulf Rd. .,.,. pp. 10, 62, 94, 98, 105, 137 SCHNEIDER, MARGARET, 359 Beebe St. .,,,, pp. 117, 119, 126, 52, 116, 126, 136 SCHNEIDER, RICHARD, 522 Eastern Heights Blvd. .......,., p. 52 SCHNUR, DAWN, 137 Kenwood St. ....... pp. 56, 62, 96, 98, 107, 137 117, sCHoEN, DIANA, 662 wouof Rd. ,.... ,......,. p p. 52, 113 sCHoEN, SHARON, 662 Weller Rd. ,L... ..s.. p p. vo, 113, 138 SCHOLLE, DIANE, 988 N. Pasadena Ave. --- .... pp. 52, 99, 116, 126, 127 SCHRINER, DON, 311 Fairlawn Ave. ,,.... - -----pp. 62, 98 SCHROEDER, DENNIS, 117 Marseilles Ave. ,,,...,,.,...... p. 70 SCHROEDER, GAIL, 185 Longfellow St. ....,,,,...... pp. 70, 128 SCHULHOF, GAYLE, 132 Chase St. ,,,,..... pp. 70, 105, 117, 135 117, 135 REYNOLDS, JUDY, 510 Princeton Ave. ...,,......,,....... p. 52 REYNOLDS, LEROY, 217 Marseilles Ave. ,2---pp. 52, 107, 140, 145 RHODEHAMEL, CLIFTON, 740 Duffey St. ..ee.,..e.f......Y p. 70 RICHARDS, RICHARD, 246 Isollfiold Ave. -- ........, pp. 61, 123 RICHMAND, NORMAN, 112 Nichols Ct. -W ,.....-.,, p. 70 RIECH, sILLIE, 342 12th si. ...,s.....s ssss p p. 61, 107 RIETH, JOHN, 378 Longfellow St. ..,,2 ,..,e... p . 61 RIETH, LINDA, 164 Emerson Ct. ..,. --,pp. 61, 126 RIGG, CAMDEN, 339 Princeton Ave. D, .YYfe... p. 52 RIGG, MICHAEL, 322 Hawthorne St. D, ee... pp. 70, 97 RILEY, ED, 1375 East Ave. .s....o.. ........ p . 61 RISH, GARY, 261 Lexington Ave. 2- ...D pp. 52, 115 ROBBINS, SARAH, 183 Spruce St. -EY .,.,...,.ee,...,,. p. 52 ROBERTS, JUDY, 105 Gulf Rd. ,- ,,,.....,,.....e,,,,. p. 70 ROBERTS, DICK, 523 Bond St. --- ...D pp. 61, 94, 98, 138, 142, 152, 153 ROBERTS, SELMA, 209 Olive St. -,- ,,...,,,,,,, pp. 61, 127 ROBERTSON, JACK, 217 West St. --, ...v,eee.. p. 61 ROBINSON, BEVERLY, 322 Bell Ave. ,ee ..ee.....eee.. p. 61 ROBINSON, CHARLES, 322 Bell Ave. ,ee ,...,..,.....,e, p. 61 ROBINSON, KAREN, 523 Princeton Ave. 2 ,,-pp. 61, 106, 117, 132 ROBINSON, MARY, 235 Bell Ave. ,,......,.......e,...... p. 52 ROCK, JUDY, 382 Longfellow St. ..,,,,,, pp. 70, 117 35 140 95, ,1 , ROCK, VIRGINIA, 582 Longfellow St. ...,,,, pp. 61, 110, 117, RODACHY, DENNIS, 120 lrondale St. 2- RODGERS, JOSEPH, 418 W. 11th St. ,, ,-,,,----,,,pp. 52, -------,-pp. 52, 133, RoE, DIANNE, 614 Gulf Rd. .,E.........,........., pp. 52 ROE, SHEILA, 332 Columbia Ave. .... pp ROESEMANN, DOUG, 285 Pasadena Ave. . 52, 46, 106, 116, 126i ,,,-,pp. 70, 98, 111, 127 115 137 116 132 123 SCHUNK, SUSAN, 723 Park Ave. ..., SCHUSTER, JANE, 252 Griswold Rd. e- Wepp. 70, 105, 117 ,---------,--p. 52 ROGERS, KATHY, 423 W. 13th St. ,,.......,,....,., pp. 61, 107 ROGERS, LINDA, 174 Both St. .,..,. ....,.v,..... p . 61 ROIG, DAWN, 633 Dewey Ave. -W ..... pp. 63, 105, 109 ROIG, JOHN, 118 Quincey St. .,L,.. .-,.,.........,. p . 70 ROSADO, BEN, 118 Woodford Ave. , ,,,,,,,....,,,,,,, p. 61 ROSENBAUM, CLYDE, 155 Denison Ave. .,., pp. 61, 95, 98, 123, 137 ROSS, JAMES, 235 Wooster St. ,,,,, ...,,,,,,, . pp. 70, 99, 135 ROSS, LEONARD, 801 Schadden Rd. -- ,,.......,,,,,.. p. 70 ROSS, SHARON, 426 W. 12th St. A- .,.........,.-.. p. 62 ROTHEL, JAMES, 335 ohio si. ...... ..... p p. 70, 94, 128, 149 ROURKE, BARBARA, 115 Fremont St. 2, .....,,,,.. pp. 70, 107 RowELL, BILL, 116 Lake Ave. ................,..... pp. 52, 115 ROWEN, MARYLEE, 832 Oakwood Dr. ,,.L....,,.,,.. pp. 62, 127 RUBIN, LESLIE, 433 Poplar St. ,,L,,, pp. 62, 98, 105, 117, 119, 137 RUBY, JILL, 315 Roosevelt Ave. ...,,v,,,,L,...., pp. 52, 104, 124 RUCK, GEORGE, 532 Eastern Heights Blvd. .,...,..,,, pp. 70, 105 RUDY, KAREN, 110 Elmo Dr. .,,,.... --pp. 70, 105, 117, 129, 137 RUHL, BILLY, 511 Ironwood Ct. ..,.,v,,,,,.....,,.,,,,,,. p. 62 RUPLE, BETTY, 588 Hilliard Rd. ,W RUHL, DARLENE, 511 Ironwood Ci. -- .. ...,..,........... p. 62 ,,-2-pp. vo, 101, 128 Rusr, DOUGLAS, 1905 Gulf Rd. ......... RUTH, JAMES, 2306 Ford Rd. L,...,..........,...,..,.,. p, 70 RUTLEDGE, DONALD, 352 s. Maple si. .,,... . ,,... pp. 52, 148 pp. 62, 99, 107, 117, 119, RYAN, PATTI, 540 Princeton Ave. ,2...., --,-pp. 52, 115, 132 127, 137 scorr, 3o3sIE SUE, 404 son Ave. --- ..,... pp. 52, 113 scorr, CLARK, 161 Clark si. ..... ........ p . 52 scorr, JOYCE, 670 Weller Rd. -- ....... p. 52 scorr, MARILEE, 161 Clofk si. ............. .......... p . 62 scorr, ROLLAND, 670 Weller Rd. ................. pp. 70, 129 SEARS, PAT, R. D. No. 2 N. Mundy Ridge Rd sEARs, SHARON, 320 E. River si. ....................... p. 52 SEARS, THOMAS, 320 E. River si. ....................... p. 62 SEITTER, HELEN, 579 Willow Park Rd. ...... pp. 52, 110, 113, 116 sERozI, CATHERINE, 431 w. 15th si. -- ................ p. 62 SHACKETT, SHARON, 218 Hayes Ave. , ............... p. 52 SHAEEER, YVONNE, 241 - 9th si. -- SHANK, RICHARD, 214W 5th si. --- sHANIc, sos, 214W 5th sf. .....,.. sHANKs, GEORGE, 1736 Wilber Ave. -- sHANIcs, MARGARET, 1736 Wilbur Ave. ---P .70 ------p. 70 --------p. 52 ----pp. 70, 129 SHARP, AUDREY, mosh Linwood si. .................... p. 70 SHARPMACK, CHERYL, 157 Preston Ave. eee... pp. 70, 98, 105, 117 SHAW, CAROLYN, 352 Vulcan St. ..,..,..,.......... pp. 62, 107 SHAW, JOHN, 123 St. Clair St. ,,,... -.,-pp. 62, 98, 105. 113, 137 sHEEN, SALLY, 143 Clark si. ........,.................. p. 52 SHEEEIELD, LINDA, 120 Berkeley Dr. .......... pp. 70, 94, 99, 117 SHEFFIELD, MARY, 250 Marseilles Ave. D-- ......... pp. 70, 105 SHEPARD, BILL, 305 Bon Air Ave. ..... ............ p . 115 SHEPHERD, EDDIE, 1391 East Ave. ..d.. ......e p . 52 SHERRILL, THOMAS, 1802 Middle Ave. SHEWELL, TOM, 312 Concord Ave. ..... .....,,,.L p . 52 SHIELDS, EDDIE, 704 Harvard Ave. --- .... pp. 52, 115 SHORES, JOYCE, 17 Chestnut St. --- .... pp. 62, 107 SHORES, LOYCE, 17 Chestnut St. SHREVE, MARGARET, 1972 Lake Ave. SHREVE, MELVA, 271 Concord Ave. --- ----pp. 62, 107 SHREVE, RICHARD, 271 Concord Ave. ,..,...,..........., p. 52 SHRIVER, SHIRLEY, 316 Morgan Ave. ..........,A..,2,,,,, p. 70 SHUPP, JOEL, 114 Laura Ct. ,,.,.., pp. 52, 94, 110, 137, 140, 144 SHURLEY, MARY JO, 4660 Lucas C1. .,..........,.A,, pp. 70, 105 SHUSTER, WALTER, 356 13th S1. .,,,,,,,,..,.,...., pp. 70, 149 SIEGMUND, TOM, 458 Cambridge Ave. -- SIEKER, DAVE, 573 Willow Park Rd. ,,., SIEVERT, WAYNE, 347 Roosevelt Ave. --- SIFFERT, KATHLEEN, 259 Abbe Rd. .,.., SIMKO, ROBERT, 1390 N. Ridge Rd. --- SIMMONS, RICHARD, 880 Oak S1. ..,. SIMON, BILL, 609 Gulf Rd. ....,. SIMON, RONALD, 172 Erie St. ,,,,E,, SITO, KENNETH, 1706 Wes1 Ave. ,,.,,, SIWIERKA, JOANNE, 350 Pasadena Ave. SIWIERKA, WALENE, 350 Pasadena Ave. ------------p. 62 ---pp. 62, 105, 135 ------------p. 62 ----------p. 52 ------pp. 70, 135 ---pp. 62, 123, 126 ------------p. 62 -----pp. 52, 96 ------p. 62 -----------p. 70 -----------------p. 70 sJcAGOs, JAMES, 1910 Lake Ave. ............ -pp. 70, 128, 140 SLACK, JUDY, R. D. No. 2 Murray Ridge Rd. .,.,,, pp. 62, 107, 113 TERRELL, SLACK, RICK, 1814 Lake Ave. ........,..., SLOSIER, RICHARD, 522 Foster Ave. ...,,,,,.,,,H-.-...., p. 70 SLOSIER, SANDY, 522 Fos1er Ave. ,,.,,,, pp ----------pp. 62, 123 . 62, 94, 95, 107, 117, 119, 137 SMALLWOOD, FAITH, 1308 Linwood S1. ...............,.,, p. 62 SMITH, CAROL, 870 Baetz Cf. .................,,,w.,,., p. 135 SMITH, CLAUDIA, 358 Columbus St. ,..., pp. 62, 89, 99, 107, 117 127, 137 SMITH, DAVE, 240 Schaddon Rd. -- ......,,,,,,, pp. 62, 123 SMITH, DAVID, 327 Hayes Ave. -- ........ p. 71 SMITH, DONNA, 208 Beebe Ave. - ,,Y.., pp. 52, 110 SMITH, JAMES, 323 Columbus S1. -- ............Aa, p. 62 SMITH, JERRY, 522 E. Broad St. - .... ..a., p p. 62, 115, 123 SMITH, JAMES, 870 Bae1z C1. .... ...,,.,,.-,,, p . 71 SMITH, JOE, 151 Pasadena Ave. --- ...... pp. 52, 115 SMITH, JOHN P., B22 W.. Bro.-.id S1. .....,.---.- pp, 52, 119, 125 SMITH, JOHN W., 548 Vulcan S1. ..,,.,...........,A,,---- p, 52 SMITH, JUDY, 1261 N. Washing1on Blvd. ..., pp. 71, 105, 117, 129 SMITH, KATHY, 409 West Ave. ....AA,Y,-,, pp, 52, 36, 116, 119, 124, 136 SMITH, KENNETH, 679 Weller Rd. -- .,.,,,2, pp, 52, 115 SMITH, PETER, 655 Bell Ave. ..... .,,.A,,.,.... p . 52 SMITH, PETER, 412 W. 15111 S1. ---. ,,,,,,--., pp. 71, 149 SMITH, ROGER, 121 Quincy S1. --- --... ......, p , 62 SMITH, RON, 332 16th S1. ...,,,,,,v ,-- ,,,p, 62 SMITH, ROSCOE, 1113 Ely Village SMITH, ROY, 679 Weller Rd. ......,.,, ,,,,,,, p , 52 SMITH, SANDRA, 339 Cambridge Ave. .... pp. 62, 98 SMITH, SHARON, 106 Louisiana Ave. - ........ p. 52 SMITH, SUSAN, 142 Elbe S1. ------- ........ pp. 71, 129 SMITH VINCENT, 520 W. 16th S1. -- ..............2 p. 62 SMITH, VIRGINIA, 548 Vulcan S1. -- ...... pp. 62, 107 SNOBLE, ROGER, 1145 Bell Ave. --- .......,......,,. p. 71 SNYDER, LEANNA, 4 Fores1 S1. ..... SOMERS, WILLIAM, 214 Wooster St. .,,,,, pp. --------pp. 62, 107, 117 71, 97, 99, 101, 105 SONGER, DONALD, 1001 Middle Ave. .,...,....,.,.. pp, 71, 101 SOOY, CHARLES, 2629 w. River Rd. -- ................. p. 52 SOUSLIN, LEORA, 209 Beechwood Drive SPARKS, CAROL, 143 Oak St. ..,..- SPARR, PAT, 234 Prospect S1. ........ SPAULDING, NEIL, 622 Foster Ave. -----------p. 62 ---pp. 52, 110, 111 ---pp. 53, 107, 126 SPEIDEL, BILL, 1013 N. Pasadena Ave. ,,.,..,,,,,,,, pp. 53, 115 SPEIGLE, KAREN, 126 S1anford Ave. ----pp. 53, 106, 124, 130, 131 SPEROFF, DIANE, 2073 Elmwood St. ,,.2.,,.,,., pp. 53, 110, 116 SPICER, ELLEN, 108 Coronada C1. ---- --- ---pp. 71, 101, 129 STICH, ROBERT, 331 Hawthorne S1. ...------ ----.----.,-,, p . 71 STILES, ELEANOR, 355 161h St. STITH, DONNA, 341 Columbia Ave. .... pp. 71, 94, 99, 105, 117, 128 STITH, JUDY, 341 Columbia Ave. ---- pp. 99, 106, 107, 116, 119, 126 STONE, JUDY, 427 W. 11th S1. --.-.-----.----- pp. 62, 107, 127 STONE, SHARON, 2632 W. River Rd. ....... pp. 71, 117, 135, 137 STRAIT, LINDA, 246 Courtland St. ----- -----------------p. 53 sTRATTON, DAN, 991 N. Ppepdene Ave. - ------ pp. 71, 123, 129 STRAUSS, BOB, 410 6th S1. ...........-------- -pp. 53, 115, 125 STRICKLER, GILBERT, 1120 Riverside Dr. ......-. ,, .---A,---- p, 62 STRICKLER, JEAN, R. D. No. 2 Murray Ridge Rd. ...... pp. 53, 107 STRICKLER, SALLY R., R. D. No. 2 Murray Ridge Rd. ........ pp. 62, 117 113, STROHSACK, JAMES, 372 E. Griswold Rd. ---.-- --pp. 62, 88, 133 STRONG, JOANN, 272 Vassar Ave. .....--.- pp. 71, 86, 101, 105, 137 117, 128, STRUCK, TED, 1316 Gulf Rd. -------- pp. 53, 94, 95, 123, 133, 137 SUCHODLSKI, KAY, 925 N. Abbe Rd. --------------------- p. 53 SUMPTER, ROBERT, 320 13th S1. --..---------- .- ---------- p, 71 SURPRENANT, WALTER, 1031 Melvyn Lane --- ----p. 54 SUSTRIK, JOHN, 111 Foster Ave. -------------- -- ---------- p, 71 SUTORIUS, GARY, 297 Longford Ave. -----------..-------- . SWAIN, POLLY, 276 Harrison S1. .... ..-- SWAIN, WES, 276 Harrison S1. -- --- SWAN, NANCY, 705 Bond St. .--...-..- p 53 pp. 62, 105, 110, 117, 119, 136 ----------------p. 53 ---pp. 53, 104, 136 SWEENEY, ROSEMARY, 326 sen Air Ave. ------- - --------- .p. 71 SWEET, LINDA, 218 E. 1411. si. --------------- -pp, 71, 105, 135 SZANYI, CHARMAINE, 603 Lodi se. ---- .pp. 53, 97, 103, 104, 106 T TAKACS, BOB, 136 Clinton Ave. --.---- TAKACS, RICHARD, 607 W. 151h S1. --- TANNER, DIANNE, 518 E. River S1. TARRY, JUDY, 169 Seneca St. ..... TARRY, LINDA, 169 Seneca St. --- TATUM, SHIRLEY, 639 West S1. --- ----p. 53 ------p. 62 ---pp. 62, 101 ----pp. 62, 99 -------p. 53 --------------p. 53 GLORIA, 51 Riveside Homes -- .... pp. 62, 99, 117, 137 IMA, 124 Warren Ave. ......... ........-----.-- p . 71 TAYLOR, DALE, 238 Gdiee Ave. --- TAYLOR, DARREL, 993 E. River si. TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, JACQUELYN, 1824 Middle Ave. - TAYLOR, JAMES, 1841 Lpke Ave. ------- TAYLOR, PAT, 146 Woodford si. --------- TAYLOR, --------pp. 62, 106 ---pp. 53, 125 -----------p. 72 PATTY, 238 Gates Ave. .......... ........ p p. 71, 128 TAYLOR, SANDY ANN, 336 Harvard Ave. - TELLIER, PAULINE, 1724 Lake Ave. TERNES, DAN, 1015 Sugar Ridge Rd. --- TERNES, TIM, 1015 Sugar Ridge Rd. -- TOM, 332 Harvard Ave. -- TERRY, EILEEN, 716 W. 151h St. ..... THOMAS, THOMAS, THOMAS, THOMAS, THOMAS, THOMPSON, GAYLE, 1802 Middle Ave. --- LARRY, 325 111h S1. ---. -- MAC, 725 W. 161h S1. ..---.. MARY, 1529 W. River S1. SHERRILL KAY, 1802 Middle Ave. THOMPSON, DONNA, 127 Caroline St. -- THOMPSON, GEORGE, 1811 Helen St. -- THOMPSON, JIM, 629 Reublin Ct. ---- THOMPSON, JOE, 545 Wesley St. ----- THOMPSON JUDITH, 1611 West Ave. --- THOMPSON: KAREN, 308 Louisiana Ave. - THOMPSON -- ..........-- p. 53 BARBARA, 242 Wooster St. --- SPIEKER, DENNIS, 109 Elizabeth Ave. --, - -------- p. 62 SPIKE, HELEN, 235 Hamilton Ave. - -.-.--. .- ---pp. 71, 117, 129 SPINKS, RICK, 620 Garford Ave. ----------------- --pp. 71, 105 SPRAGUE, RUSSELL, 417 N. Murray Ridge Rd. -.. -... . pp. 53, 115 SPRANKLE, RON, 351 W. River St. - --.. ---- --------p. 62 SPRECTER, PAT, 505 N. Abbe Rd. -----. .... ---- ----p. 71 SQUIRES, CARY, 2509 Fackler Ave. - . ..--pp. 53, 115 STALLA, JOHN, 162 Adelber1 S1. -.-- .. -------- pp. 71, 149 STALLINGS, LORETTA, 370 Pasadena Ave. ------ - ---- pp. 71, 129 STAMMITTI, SHARON, 345 Ohio S1. -----.pp STANDEN, DALE, 217 Glenwood S1. -- STANEK, JOHN, 208 Yale Ave. ---- -- 62, 97, 99, 107, 110, 117, 137 -------------p. 53 ----------p. 53 STANFORD, DIANE, 149 Bellfield Ave. ---- STANG, GARY, 2005 W. Ridge Rd. - -------- STANG, MARY ELLEN, 326 E. Griswold Rd. ---------------- p. 71 STANTON, BILL, 1305 Murray Ridge Rd. ------------- pp. 71, 135 STARR, BARBARA, 216 Denison Ave. ---- .pp. 53, 116, 126, 136, 137 STASKIEWS, BRUCE, 501 Park Ave. --------.---- pp. 62, 123, 148 -----pp. 71, 117 ---------p. 71 THOM6ON,'DAvE, 218 Adeiben sf. ---- --- .------.-- p. 53 THORNE, JAMES, 1916 N. Murray Ridge Rd. THRASHER, RACHEL, 102W Cleveland S1. -- THREET, MARION, 500 W. 3rd St. ------- THURMAN, BARBARA, 355 Kenyon Ave. --- TILBERG, DEAN, 212 Samuel St. ------- TILBERG, NORMAN, 212 Samuel 51. ------ TILLMAN, VIRGINIA, 518' Middle Ave. --- TITE, NORMAN, 433 Cleveland St. ------ -----pp. 62, 99, 117, 119, 127, 137 -----------p. 71 ----pp. 53, 115 ---pp. 71, 180 ---pp. 62, 127 -------pp. 71, 128 -----pp. 71, 149 ---pp. 62, 143 ----pp. 53, 116, 133 -- ---- pp. 62, 106, 127 ------------p. 71 ----------p. 63 ------------p. 53 -- ----- pp. 71, 99, 128 -- ----pp. 53, 107, 116 BILL 218 Adelbefi si. ------- ------------ p . 62 ------p. 63 -------p. 71 ------pp. 53, 83 p 63 ----pp. 53, 140, 145 ------------p. 63 -- ----. pp. 53, 115 TJEMMES, RANDY, 783 Washingfon Ave. ------------------ p. 71 TOTH, DAVID, 166 Lafayette S1. ----------------,,- .--- , --p, 71 TOWELL, PATTI, 215 Brandison Ave. -- ----- pp. 53, 106, 116, 119, TOWELL, ROGER, 215 Brandtson Ave. --.- 124. 136 pp. 71 81 101 129 TOwNER, MiLLicENT, 1020 Reeves Rd. ---ippf 63, 94, 90, 99,' 103, TOWNSEND, JAMES, 122 Bath S1. --- TOWNSEND, NICKIE, 638 West S1. TRAGO, WILLIAM, 629W Lodi S1. 105, 119, 126, 132 -------pp. 63, 111 WILLIAM, 'JOHN M., 355 s. Maple se. TRIPLETT, BILL, 1711 West Ave. ,,........ ---p. 53 TRUE, LARRY, 204 Bath St. ..,,,,, ..... ........... p . 71 TRUE, LOUIS, 571 W. 3rd St. ....... .,,,..,......A.... p . 71 TRUSKOWSKI, GEORGE, 161 Erie se. ........L.v pp. 53, 113, 125 TUREK, ARTHUR, 350 Ohio St. ,.L,,,L .. ,.L... pp. 53, 90, 123, 137 TURNER, PATTY, 327 4th sf. ....L pp. 9, 53, 95, U ULMER, GLORIA, 314 Clinton Ave. ....,,,,,,,,,,L... pp. 63, 116, 124, 136, 141 117 UNDERWOOD, JUSTEN, 1040 W. River N. -,--pp. 53, 101, 104, 125 UNGER, ALBERT, 346 Oberlin Rd. UNGER, MELVIN, 346 Oberlin Rd. .....,.. ---wW,,----------pp. 63, 135 D--- --------p. 71 UPDIKE, CAROL LYNN, 456 Adams St. ...... .... p p. 63, 127 V VANCE, JAMES, 311 E. Broad St. ..,,,,,,, ........., p . 63 VANCE, TOM, 311 E. Brood St. .. ..,,,.,.,. ..........,., p . 53 VANDEVOORT, JULIE, 150 Columbia Ave. ,,,,,,,, pp. 71, 99, 107, 117, 119, 129, 137 VANEK, ROBERT, 145 Stanford Ave. D.. ,,.,...,,,,,,,,,.. -p. 53 VAN HORN, MARY JUNE, 252 Harwood St. ...,,,, pp. 53, 99, 106, 116, 136 VANOSTER, WAYNE, 230 Marseilles Ave. .....,, pp. 63, 56, 74, 96 VANOVER, LINDA, 167 N. Logan St. ....,,.,,,,,,,...... .p. 53 VANVALKENBURG, ROBERT, 410 Lorain Blvd. ,,....... pp. 71, 95, 149, 153 VANVALKENBURG, MARILYN, 410 Lorain Blvd. ,A,, pp. 53, 94, 107, 113, 116 VARGA, MARY, 525 Clark St. ,,,,,,..,,.,,.,,,,.... pp. 71, 131 VARGA, PETER, 525 Clark St. ,,,,, -,,pp. 53, 123, 137, 180 VARGA, RANDY, 346 Oxford Ave. ,,,...,L.....,.,,,, pp. 53 VARNDELL, RICHARD, 269 Spruce St. ,,L......., ,A,,,,,, , 123 p. 53 VAVZINCAK, FELICIA, 355 11th St. ,,...... 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Cafeteria Worker: p. 91 WENDLING, ROBERT, B.S., Ashland C.: Trigonometry: Algebra Ill, ll: Solid Geometry: Junior Hi-Y Adviser: Mathematics Club Adviser: pp. 80, 114 WHITE, VIRGINIA, B.A., Baldwin Wallace C.: Business Machines: Bookkeeping: p. 83 WHITING, DARLENE, B.S., Iowa State U.: Foods and Nutrition: p. 82 WILCOX, JOSEPHINE, A.B., Baldwin Wallace C.: M.A., Columbia U.: French I, ll, III: French Club Adviser: Senior Class Adviser: pp. 18, 82, 99 WILSON, HAROLD, B.S., Denison U.: Plane Geometry: p. 80 WILSON, RAY, B.S. in Ed., Ohio U.: Health: Physical Ed.: Varsity Backfield Football Coach: Head Baseball Coach: pp. 89, 144, 155 WOLFE, MRS., Bus Driver: p. 91 Z ZVOSEC, STEVE, B.S. in Ed., Miami U.: Electricity, Shop Mathemat- ics: Head Coach of Track Team: pp. 88, 143, 149, 155 Student Organization Index A A CAPPELLA CHOIR .,............... ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB -- ATHLETIC OFFICE WORKERS .A.,., - BANDS CADET - -- SENIOR .... BASKETBALL FRESHMAN - , , RESERVE ..L.v VARSITY .-....... - - Y BOOSTERS' CLUB -- ..... -- C CAFETERIA WORKERS - - L W - - -- ,A - CHEERLEADERS RESERVE .............. VARSITY ...............Y Y - Y CROSS COUNTRY TRACK .....,.,,, D DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS OF AMERICA E ELYRIAN STAFF ......,........V.--, ..... F FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA ,W FOOTBALL ' RESERVE ,L.... ,-- VARSITY - ....L. -L- FRENCH CLUB ...,.........-.- FRESHMAN CHORUS ....,....... FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA L-- G GENTLEMEN'S CLUB ,- ---, GERMAN CLUB .A... GIRLS' SPORTS --, --- 'GLEE CLUB ..... ---v--- H HERALD .........v- --- HI -Y ............... - --- HONORS READING W- un--- J JUNIOR CHOIR --- L-,---- 125 115 155 135 133 153 153 151 137 113 140 151 149 111 96 107 149 145 99 129 106 1 37 98 1 39 1 26 97 123 105 126 LATIN CLUB ,,,,,.,. LEADERS' GROUP -U LETTERMEN ,v..... .1 LIBRARY WORKERS -- MAJORETTES ,.Y,.,,,... MATH CLUB ,,,,,,,...... MIMEOGRAPH WORKERS -W MONITORS .,,...A,.... 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M Spring Invites Fun and Fellowship to E.H.S.s i r 4 I STUDENT COUNCIL ASSEMBLY is---...,,.,, li Dr. Read of Kent State University is shown speaking to the student body during the assembly sponsored by the Student Council. 2 2 MILL LEVY On the May 5th primary, the voters of Elyria renewed the 2 mill operating levy which provides for the police, firemen, and other vital things. The youth of Elyria under the direction of the Youth Council helped pass it by distributing material before- hand, as Rosemary Nemeth and Joni Steller are shown doing here. FINAL EXAMS Those two days of final exams are dreaded by many of the students. The freshmen above are pictured coping with their English exam. WASHINGTON TRIP FLUTE QUARTET Early in the spring, the E.H.S. flute quartet entered state com- petition at Kent and attained a superior rating which is the highest to be achieved. Front Row: Ann Hoffman, Susan Hubbard. Second Raw: Dona Petersen, Barbara Francis. Every year during spring vacation a group of Elyria High students invades Washington, D.C., for three days of sighte seeing in the nation's capital. The three girls to the left are laughing because it is only the lirst stop on the way to Wash- ington. Four days and about 500 miles of bus riding later they weren't laughing as much. Below, the ceremony of the changing of the guards at Arlington National Cemetery is viewed by eager students. l 5 N U Q BUCKEYE CONFERENCE TRIPS Typical of other organizations, such as the band, choir, and sports, the orchestra also meets with other Buckeye Conference schools in group activities. Above, Mr. Davis 'takes orders for dinner in Marion from the orchestra members. 3 CHOIR ROBING CEREMONY These upperclassrnen are shown presenting their robes to the newly inducted members of the Senior Choir, Annually the A Cappella Choir ot E.H.S. holds its robing ceremony in which each senior member steps down and presents his robe to a new member who will try to till the senior's place. 4 THESPIANS Mr. Toth presents a certificate to Sharon Jaffe indicating that she is a full-fledged member of the National Thespians Society. Gary Hecht, Melanie Dickie, and Marty Broun wait for theirs. F.B.L.A. HONOR MEETING Gail Cashner received her award as an outstanding senior member of F.B.L.A. from Miss Hess. At the some dinner meeting Janice Houpt also received an honored award. QUILL 8. SCROLL Each year outstanding journalists are chosen from the Elyrian and the Herald staffs to become members of Quill 8- Scroll, an international honorary society. To be a candidate for member- ship one must be in the upper third of his class, recommended by his advisor and approved by the society, The new members were inducted by the present members, Alice Moss, Carol Ard- DECA BANQUET As a final group activity, the DECA members sponsor a yearly banquet for their employers. Speaking to the DECA members and their guests is Dr. R, S. Brown, Superintendent of the Marion, Ohio, schools. Gail Murphy enjoyed the dinner with her boss, Mr. Paul Hardy of the C. H. Merthe Co. man, Judy Johnson, and Judy Moos, at a dinner sponsored by the Chronicle-Telegram. Front Row: B. Nickel, B. Francis, J. Moos, S. Stoylxe. Second Row: A. Moss, J. Shoemaker, Mr. George Editor Emeritus of the Chronicle, B. Kailes, C. Ardman, J. Steller. Third Row: J. Johnson, A. Gildzen, C. Szanyi, K. Rosenbaum, E. Huber. PUBLICATIONS BANQUET a i At the end of May each year the Elyrian and the Herald hold a publications banquet which is a combined effort and honors the seniors of each staff. Bev Baird is shown giving her tribute to a graduating senior. 5 SUSAN KIRBY AWARD 5, Helen Spike received the annual Susan Kirby award given to an outstanding freshman Y-Teen girl by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kirby in memory of their daughter. EASTER ASSEMBLY l 4 At Easter each year the members of Senior Y-Teens present the assembly. The Rev. James Lumadue was the main speaker for the program. Above, Nancy Orr, Marian Cheesman, and Joan Shoemaker are dancing to "Ave Maria" before the flowered cross. UNPACKING ELYRIANS ff Turmoil is a good adiective to describe the Elyrian staff on the day the books arrived. They had to be checked, counted, and sorted into homerooms before being given to the clamoring students. YOUTH GOVERNMENT DAY Mayor Oscar Dunn and Mayor-for-the-day Neal Schultz look over a document in the mayor's office. On Youth Govern- ment Day members of the Elyria Youth Council, elected to offices by fellow students, took over the management of the city. Flury ot Activity Finishes Year tor Seniors. SENIOR CLASS BAKE SALE Jean Taylor demonstrates good salesmanship as she hands two customers baked goods made by the senior girls. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY DINNER Mr. Miraben, Miss Doliver guest speaker, and Miss Kemble await the arrival of another guest before they begin eating their dinner in honor of National Honor Society members at the Graystone Hotel. SENIOR CLASS MEETING In a humorous speech Ritchie Poad urges the seniors to attend the class prom. 7 1960 CLASS PROM After months of preparation, on May 14, 1960, a gala Grand March opened the Senior Prom. Melodious music charmed couples as they admired the southern plantation aura that surrounded them. At the strike of mid-night couples headed for the beautifully decorated cafeteria, where sleepy-eyed parents had prepared a lavish buffet. Then, back to the auditorium for entertainment. A breakfast ended the memorable affair. 'vs'-:tit an--Q Chuck Hecht's band really made a hit with each and every dreamy dance they played. Everyone could have danced all night. The gals looked like queens and the guys were dashingll Gail Cashner and Dan Messaros make a perfect example. The Tracey Twins, who are from Cleve- land, really pepped up that wonderful stage show! 8 Pat Wash, Tom Sudro, Judy Bodnar, and Bill Grant led the Grand March which opened the gala event, Mr. Neighbor took some long-ta-be- remembered pictures. Here, Kathy Moore and Bob Starr pose for just such a picture. When the parents served the buffet they were really in their gloryl The food was delicious and the cafeteria looked marvelous. And then the night, or morn- ing, came to an end. Cars drove away carrying starry-eyed cou- ples. Decorations came down. Palms and a fountain no longer adorned our school. The dance had been a stupendous success!! U 1 P.T.A. PARTY Fun, frolic, and friendship flourished when the P.T.A. gave its annual party honoring seniors and their parents. Guests were served scrumptious refreshments while they sat and rested from the ambitious square dancing which went on all evening. K DISTINCTION DAY The iunior class took "Mr, Sixty" on a flying tour through all the past ages as they mimicked or kidded the seniors. Tradition and humor filled the air in this annual assembly. CLASS NIGHT Bob Emslie gave a hilarious rendition of things we'd rather forget. Here, Mr. Elliott really finds it funny and Marian Stephan gives a hand of applause. ,ff if to f ........... .. . di., g t I Class Night proved to be a great successl sung, speeches were given, a dance was held, and all went home knowing that this would be the last time the entire class would be together. Class songs were 9 SENIOR Senior Chapel is an honors assembly for seniors who have excelled in their high school work. These honors are in the form of scholarships and other awards which are handed to the surprised graduates- to-be before the student body. A highlight ot this year's assembly was the me- morial tribute to David Bush. ,Z Nancy Williams acfcepts the Gates Scholarship from Mr. Elliott, from Mrs. Van Oster, Bill Caughlin receives the P.T.A. Scholarship CHAPEL Those honored were: J. Franktather, J. Wysynski, J. Salisbury, N. Williams, S. McRae, J. Mahar, W. Caughlin, S. Corin, W. Scott, L. Hill, K, Moore. Other awards were presented to: E. Ellison, R. Emslie, D. Garrett, R. Gingery, J. Johnson, J, Kurtz, D. Schultz, J. Long, C. Ardman, J. Ely, C. Lessin, D. Mitchell, R. Brenneman, N. Orr, A. Wehman, M. Myers, J. Cobb, D. Gerbick, E. Rider, S. Goldsmith, V. Heidlberg, E. ten Hott, B, Madden, J. Shilling, D. Sadler, K. Hancock, B. Nickel, H. Shepherd. Mr. Toth hands Thespian awards to Carol Ardman, Carol Lessin, Doris Mitchell, and Jim Ely. BACCALAUREATE Baccalaureate services were held in the boys' gym this year, Rev. Hargate gave the Invocation, Rev. Henderson presented the Sermon, and Rabbi Montrose ended with the Benediction. ln the picture bottom left, Miss Wilcox is instructing the girls on how to march into the gym. Bottom Right: Rev. Henderson tells the seniors that they must "pay the price" in order to succeed. an 10 COMMENCEMENT The graduating class of 1960 slowly m0l'Cl'16d they heard Dr. Paul Weaver's speech, "Design for onto the field at Ely Stadium to the strains of "Pomp Living," and Circumstancef' They filed into their rows, and Wifh diplomas in their hands, the graduates had after the invocation and two selections by the choir, Completed their high school careers. Mr. Vandemark presents a diploma to his claugh- The class of 1960 was honored with In his commencement speech Dr. ter Pam while Dr. Suhr waits to hand one to his three valedictorians: Alice Moss, Sandra Weaver said, "You are like the things son Bob. Goldsmith, and Nancy Orr. you admire." IN MEMORIAM David Bush December 20, 1941 June 1, 1960 Many tributes have been made of David Bush as an ath- lete, classmate, and friend. His keen competitive spirit was always a shining light to his team mates. He was constantly "giving his all." His team mates could always look to Dave to boost their spirits. When the team needed another point in track or the crucial tackle in football, Dave would be there. As a classmate his readiness to give, to lend, to support will never be forgotten. His fellow students will always remember his cheerful smile and his infectious humor. Students will remem- ber his cheerful enthusiasm about the activities of the school such as Student Council and Youth Council. Also they will remember his working so willingly and efficiently on committees and proiects. Dave will never be forgotten as a loyal and generous friend. He has been taken from us, but he will live in our hearts. As a tribute to David Bush, the Senior Class of 1960 is leaving the Dave Bush Memorial Annual Track Award. Perhaps Grantland Rice has said it better than we can in this excerpt. Out of this drab corral, Dramahor life-or sport What can you say when a pal Sails for an unknown port? When the last candle's burned- When the last sunset gleams- Here's all the luck you've earned- Luck-to the end of dreams. - Ritchie Poad 1 1 E.H.S. Athletics Capture Thrills and Honors. RED AND WHITE GAME Reach for that ball! Jump! The Red and White Game, the girls' basketball game sponsored annually by Leaders' Group, zoomed through tour exciting quarters of play as the Recl Team fought to victory. CHEERLEADERS With tears ot joy and broad smiles coecapf tains Judy Jalowiec and Debbie Kuss accepted from Dr. Gottfried the ChroniclefTelegram Cheerleading Contest tirst place trophy which marked the fifth straight victory for E.H.S. cheerleading squads. BASKETBALL l l Bill Gast presented Mr. Doan with the trophy which the T960 basketball team won for their victory in the district tournament. The team also captured the Buckeye Conference Title and the sectional tournament trophy. A defeat in the second game of the regional tournament in Toledo ended the T960 season. 12 Sam Davis received the Kiwanis Ciub Award for the most out- standing basketball player of 1960 from Coach Dale Reichen- bach at the winter sports' assembly. Named to state teams tor their distinctive playing were Sam Davis and Dave Johnson LAN Buckeye Teamj, Bill Gast and Sam Davis lAll District Teamt, and Sam Davis, Dave Johnson, and Bill Gast QAII Sectional Teaml. BASEBALL Front Row: D. Diclxen, D. Nielsen, T. Doan, J. Lawrence, J. Shupp, L. Gould, J. Snoble Manager. Second Row: Mr. Sweigard Assistant Coach, L. Sanford, S. Hays, D. Roberts, S. Lengel, B. Clark, B. VanVallcenburg, B. Pesti Co-captain, B. Gast Co- captain, Mr. Wilson Head Coach. The goal of this year's baseball team, as a team composed mainly of upperclassmen, was to win at least half of the scheduled games. The diamond men surpassed this goal by completing the season with a record of ten wins and five losses and capturing the Buckeye League co-championship. The three senior players, Gast, Lengel, and Pesti, will be hard to re- place next year. Steve Lengel was elected to the Greater Cleveland West All Star Team. Bill Gast, recipient of the DECA baseball award, was elected to the Greater Cleveland West All Star Team and the All Ohio Team. Bob Pesti, Senior pitcher, earned a place on the Greater Cleve- land West All Star Team. 13 TRACK Front Row: P. Varga, B. Adams, D. Bauer, N. Jalowiec. Second Row: D. Crum, J. Garbash, H. Hildreth, T. Saba, M. Monk. Third Row1 K. Lehman, B. Leboda, R. Chaney, F. Bullocks, M. Thomas. Fourth Row: H. Murray, A. Saba Co-captain, D. Poling, B. Evanich. Fifth Row. Mr. Zvosec Coach. Absent: A. Herbert, C. Bowen, D. Bush, G. Buterbaugh, D. Clementz, S. Davis, D. Disbrow, N. Eddy, T. Flood, D. Holzhauer, E. Huber, T. Jackson, L. Johnson, D. King, S, Lengle, T. Maiden, B. Puder, L. Reynolds, J. Schneider, J. Skaggs, B. Staskiews, M. Taylor Co-captain, M. Thomas, S. Walker, J. Yuhas, E. Zack, D. Hartley. -mall' The 1960 track team recorded a record of six wins and no losses in regular season dual and tri- angular competition. In the Buckeye Conference meet Elyria finished thirdg in the District meet E.H.S. placed second. This year's team scored more points in the Buckeye Conference meet, the District meet, and the regular season than any other past Elyria track team. " 'flame -.... John Schneider combines prgper fo,-m Wm, lt's not a bird nor a plane-it's Mel Taylor coming in for a physical strength in throwing the discus. landing. 'I4 A well-balanced E.H.S. tennis team concluded their season with a successful record of TT wins and 'I defeat. The Pio- neers won the Cleveland League Western Division Title for the eighth straight year, finished third in the District Doubles Tourna- ment, and shared the Buckeye Conference championship with Marion. Senior captain Larry Stark won l0 matches and lost l this year, having won 36 consecutive vic- tories since his freshman year. Since Coach Rakestraw has been with the Elyria tennis team, they have won 83 matches while dropping only 12. TENNIS Front Row: B. Jones Manager, R. Volk Nc. 6 man, N. Pappas No. 8 man, R. Hutchings No. 2 man. Second Row: P. Horn No. 7 man, D. Holliday No. 3 man, K. Dawson No. 5 man, R. Poad No. 4 man, L. Stark No. I man, Mr. Rakestraw Coach, A powerful serve is one of the assets of Larry Stark's excellent all-around game. GOLF B. Cooper, B. Madden Captain, R. Coven, K. Sito. Bill Madden drives straight to victory. This year's team won six golf matches and lost one. The highlight of the season came when the players qualified for the state tournament by shooting 340 in the district tournament. Bill Madden was low with a fine 78 followed by Ken Sito with a 92, Richard Coven with 89, and Bill Coop- er with 81 to send the team to Columbus. 15 is ,U- N -K' I '1 K . U f. a - ' 4 i ,W 4-2 .. W As. 1 on , 3 HSN 'W 4 S., Q99 I 1 be X QS Q F, Q NA 'Q' Ii! jo, Fixx, ' 3 .grggix , . ,W,,,W,m,wRM,,w,,,,gQQggWw,mi',mN.,AW,XQ,,..N..w+i.xNw,Q :-X N xl W F ar' 'mn A wwf . 3.4119 aww: W-x--M .M .I X ' is -..., . Q ' a 'vjxv X I 1 I


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