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

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CARROL BOYLAN 333.'5NQSTsT-S:f,.:.- W-. .5 '., ,u.- -l 'J -uv ' 'x H :ag1:1xwiS2mzsX.:5:q9m:fS.x+N2:fr:.w -Q,--M 2i+f:f5f:21SSj,",1EN-L,Yf's-5-ga.1,,, ,, , ,,, ,,,,.,4.-4.,5.i,N 5532213 Qff,J.?'G'+Q5'a?4h'in'S:'X"'4xRN.-ef YL'Ntw' nfs Hmm ' H -' ww. 1-N 'Q' W . A Q ., A . Hy, ,- ,. 1 -. H ff:--1 - - -' W- " 'P-iz. M, 'J , Kf.f5"1-""I,'??.'51 f2q'51wf?3+'5i":1:J'..R.,1 'FSE-'MEGA--W5 ' " ' 79394-Skis ?Q,SiQ'3uf+eii3S'H:s'e"'Qf.-2-?SH'---ff f' ' ' ' -:Ns "L -'-'r.,n, -N" " ' Q1-.7-5.1-NN'5"' ' 5 Alma Mater Recalls 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 rnem'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 All hail to thee, Elyria High, in tribute halt we now. ln rev- erance 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'l guide us by your light. Fond Memories of E.H.S. 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 As first our school rose in the west, so first she'll always 513110. and hand. 7 Homecoming Activities Highlighted by Homecoming . . . 1961 The tension had been building up all week long and by Friday, everyone had caught some of the excitement. Through- out the gym that morning whispers of "I wonder who will be queen," and "Oh, I hope . . . " could be heard. Finally, the queen and her court were announced by their respective escorts. Thus began two wonderful days in the lives of these girls - two days they will never forget. That evening was the crowning at the football game, topped off by a victory over Findlay. The following night brought the girls' weekend to an end with a gala Home- coming Dance, which featured a special number, giving all the males a chance to dance with the queen and her court. So ended two days . . . two days that made up Homecoming . . . 1961. The Homecoming Court and their escorts pause for pictures during half-time. A smile radiates the happiness Sally Dyke feels just after she has been crowned the 1961 Homecoming Queen, A spirited assembly, along with a skit featuring Rolfe Gruen as a Russian homecoming queen, started off the Weekend's activities. hu-..... Football Victory and Gala Dance. The 1961 Homecoming Queen and her Court: Sandy Slosier Dyke, Pat Perkins Freshman Princes, and Shirley Gould Sopbo Senior Princeu, julie Van cle Vort junior Princen, Queen Sally more Princexx. 9 Date Nights Are Fun ights A telephone call, an invitation, the girl's "Yes, I'd love to!", and afmfhef C01-IPIC, Patti Ryan and Clay Burkhard, have a date for the Christmas Formal. 10 So many things are involved! Here Patti puzzles over which dress she should buy. What all enters into a date? just one evening of fun? Of course not! There's a lot more to a date, especially one for a big dance such as the Christ- mas Formal. From the moment a girl is invited her mind becomes a busy Whirlwind, full of plans. And the boy has a lot to think about, too . . . where they will go after the dance, what kind of corsage he should buy, and how he's going to meet the expenses. Finally the big night arrives. Both girl and boy are a little nervous, a little apprehensive, but after getting started nerves are calmed and the fun begins. From then on, the evening is filled with dreamy dancing and light conver- sation. However, all good things must come to an end, even the Christmas Formal, It may end, but lingering on is a never-to-be-forgotten memory. The busy day of the formal arrives, with both Patti and Clay helping to decorate the gym for that evening. ,JY 'lr' if ,mr ' f in 1 5 IM A 1 3,3 z V ,:,, 4 ,, i, VA m,1V: 5 J tl. K ,, gy Q F' ff ' Q ' if lf., if if 4? ff - 5 K. w I A at . ,,,:L. . . V 1 , ,565-Q V ,5, ew' . .V A A KV 5- 5 V, g 'JJ 215' , if if S S ,. ,I 1 f . , 1 ' ,, ff A ,, fu ' f 1 Q ' Q 1 53 , x , fa' , Q 'lg , Xl Jf' IIA 5 'Ya h I ' I , V ,, - sr N jg ., ' Q, ff .ff V , .. 4 Q. ' , - b DAVG b f ' W -Q ff I f L l X If 3 M i K ffl L- KLQ' Fw " T V H ,r M V ..v 7 .1, in .M . x 3 l an 3 :EJEQ K 'i T Q 5 'S . "f 1 Y f 5 5 ' 1 , . Q 1 f 3 ! A Glance at Amencan L1fe Through Audle s Eyes Preparing Food - The food at home was never like thus' ' Wflflng H0139 M0111 V011 ll HCVCI' 8'-1555 What h3PPCUed f0d3Y' ' For three years, Elyria High School has welcomed a student from another land. This year Audie came to study here at E.H.S. for a year. Audie's home is Iceland, but her home in Elyria is with the Brenneman family. She loves basketball games, and dancing the twist. Although Audie will be glad to get home, she will miss the many friends she has made during her stay here. Audie has just come home from a hard day at school and takes time out to relax and watch television. Week-end Activities Bring Fun, Fellowship, WWW Oh, those crowded basketball games! Will they' ever find a seat? Oh, those wild slumber parties! The week-end also means a time for worship, no matter at your religion. Wh E.H.S.'ers are busy people! Throughout the week they are occupied with homework, attending meetings, and numer- ous .other things, but come Friday r. . . well, Friday starts the time for fun. There are so many things to do! There are 'I4 sports events to attend, dances, parties, dates . . . usually al- ways somewhere to go. But, if something should happen, and there isn't anything to do, an E.H.S.'er knows he can al- ways stay home and get caught up on some of that homework. SN X x 2 V and Free Time for E.H.S. Students. Even editors of yearbooks have time for ice-skating! We think Dick Lees, Ric Johnson, and Lynn Kaatz Cyou Can't see him, but he's therej had better keep an eye on Paul Helfrich! Milly Towner and Bob Clark know that parties can be fun! San1rday's a good day to catch up on your homework, and Wayne Van Oster makes good use of his time. I5 Memories of Elyria High School Elyria High means many things to many people. It is to a few "just a school", but to the majority of students it is the center of all activities. Here is where they learned to- gether, shared together, and had fun together. It was al- most the essence of their whole being, and in the future will serve as the basis for never-to- be-forgotten memories. -- .,.. I .uma ,- --1 F WW K, fi '--ws, xi i. mf. iff- it 6 W4 'Q-an New Styles Keep Students Busy. Here in one picture you can see several fads of this year: long and short flip-up hair-dos, "Princeton" cuts for the boys, bulky sweaters, and the ever-popular Ivy League shirt. 18 Our stylish Elyria High students in this picture are Rolfe Gruen, Marsha Aebie, Susan Smith, Tim Haas, Dawn Schnur, and Bill Miller. Fads, fads, fads! What fun! And how busy they keep us! It seems there is always some new hair style to experiment with, or a new dance step to learn. How dull it would be without them! No one ever knows for sure how they originate, but once a few E.H.S.'ers catch on to the "latest thing", the rest are eager to "get with it" too. Some are only brief passing fancies, while others eventually become a natural part of our lives. Barb Altfeltdand Susan Murbach debate as to whether they should or shouldn't buy the "latest" for girls. Dance Pads Enlighten School Year. Come on, let's "Twist"! Sharon Jaffe and Dave Martin were two among many who helped bring back this dance. jim Kolb and Iarry Parker, a couple of the "braver" boys, join in with Janice Mc Cain and Cheryl Scott to do the "Chicken." The "Continental" has been the most popular line-dance this Kalo, Ginger Bailosky, and Bill Miller start a line going at year. Here JoAnne Zak, Larry Wfilliams, Leslie Rubin, Joe one of the dances after a game. 19 A penny for your thoughts! Instead of keeping her mind on her studies, Mary Berltebile seems to be living in her own world. 20 The Spring Fever Every year an epidemic sweeps through E.H.S.-an epidemic of spring fever. No doctor can pre- . scribe a thing for it-the only cures are sunshine, fresh air, and plenty of fun. Symptoms are daydreaming in class, an overwhelming compul- sion to get outside and have fun, and incessant attacks of a dizzy feeling commonly called "puppy love". Spring fever plays no favor- ites. It attacks young and old alike, including E.H.S.ers who are by no means excepted. What could be more fun than to fill a convertible to overflowing and go for a ride on a warm spring day? These girls seem to be having a wonderful time. A springtime sight which has become familiar is a couple paus- ing on their way home to gaze dreamily at the fountain. Bug Bites E.H.S.'ers. ELYRIANS When the yearbooks come in, it's a big day for the members of the Elyrian staff, who have waited all year for this day. THESPIANS An honor achieved only after long hours of hard work is becoming a member of Thespians. FINAL EXAMS With consistent studying, a good memory, some end-of-the-year cramming, and a little luck, it's easy to breeze right through those brain teasers, commonly known as final exams. 21 Assemblies Arouse School Spirit. In the spring when the school activi- ties begin to mount and the climax of the year draws near, a number of assem- blies are presented by various groups. On assembly days the school spirit is greatly intensified and everyone seems to be passing the word to his friend. Soon the bell rings and the gymnasium fills with the spirit and anxiousness of the students. The band plays the fight song and everyone comes to their feet. Then the noise, not the excite- ment, dies down and leaves way to the speaker. The assemblies are an import- ant part of school life, a growing part which will be remembered in the years to come. Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Step right up and see the amazing muscle-man, Ed Bootle, This was only one attraction in the Dis- tinction Day program presented for last year's graduating seniors. Bill Miller grimaces under the weight of a five pound barbell. The boys aren't the only ones to receive awards, and the girls prove it at the Spring Sports Assembly as Mrs. Newell hands a certificate to a proud winner. 22 i If Lee Johnson ever counted his trophies he would no doubt discover that he has enough for his own private trophy case. One more is proudly added with a firm hand and hearty congratulations from Mr. Richinbau, Elyria High's Varsity Basketball Coach. Banquets Create an Active Interest. The food is good and so is the company! The Elyrian and Herald Staff members enjoy interesting conver- sations following the meal and after dinner speech. The banquets in the spring are a sign of the school year drawing to a close. Almost every organization sponsors a dinner or some type of recreational activity. The programs are perhaps the most important part of the banquet. A speaker must be invited in advance, a toast master is appointed, and a theme is chosen. Even though a great deal of planning is required, time is the only element involved and the result is usually a very successful program and an enjoy- able evening. Each year Iatin Club holds a Roman Ban- quet. The officers and more accomplished members.of the group are waited on hand and foot by slaves. The masters bid for their slaves at an auction which precedes the banquet. The new editors of the Elyrian, Dawn Schnur and D5ug Fox, and of the Herald, Sharon Stamitti and Ivan Braun, receive congratulations from Mr. Martin Katz. Being speaker at the Publication's Banquet, he gave the staffs a look into the everyday life of a typical newspaper reporter. Spring Activities Supplement Each year the A Cappella Choir holds its robing cere- During the school year the A Cappella Choir makes singing appearances .for mony, in which each ,graduating member will present luncheons in Elyria, and participates in the Buckeye Conferefme lf! MHUOU- his treasured robe to a proud new member. Under the excellent direction of Mr. Beck, the choir is a tribute to E.H.S. WASHINGTON TOUR 24 High School Life. The guests at Class Night were enter- tained by members of the Senior Class. A terrific amount of preparation went into the Senior Promg but, gee wasn't it worth it? Aren't you glad you saved your money for that handsome new suit or gorgeous formal? Didn't your date look like a dream? An orien- tal theme was chosen and after the decorations were set up, the gym looked just like the Orient. The guests admired the Chinese pagoda which added to the atmosphere. The couples had a mar- velous time dancing and dining to the music of Chuck Hargrove's Orchestra. Harold Mischka's act, shown, was only one of the outstanding performances. The 1961 Class Night started with a delicious meal served by the mothers of senior girls. After the dinner there was a program composed of talent from the Senior Class. An informal dance in the gym followed the program. This was the last social event the entire class would share together. 25 Seniors Are Awarded by Scholarships and The last few weeks for seniors are filled with many memora- ble occasions and assemblies. One such assembly is Senior Chapel, which is dedicated to students who have excelled in their four years of high school work. The graduates-to-be gather in the auditorium to receive their honors before the student body. Some honors bestowed upon the seniors are the Gates Scholarship, Thespians Awards, and Language Club Scholarships. An inspiring moment for parents was when they saw their child march in with his fellow graduates for the Baccalaureate services. The services were held at the stadium this year. Rev. Fogle presented the sermon for the seniors. Baccalau- reate drew to a close with the Benediction. 26 As a senior friend walks proudly to the stage, an underclassman will beam as though she were his sister, whom it might be. Among the smiling faces of the student body and the flashing of light bulbs, many of the graduates-to-be are somber, for they realize that this is their last assembly at E.H.S. Memories as They Complete High School Life. "The big day has come at last," is the thought of most seniors on the day of Commencement. As the graduating class of 1961 marched slowly onto the field to the strains of "Pomp and Circumstancef' tears were shed by both the graduates and the on-lookers. Some were of glad anticipation, others were of sorrow for the "old Alma Mater". Dr. john Herrick was the guest speaker. The class of 1961 was honored with three valedictorians: Sally Hewitt, Ronald Pandy, and Ralph Conley. 1 1 1 1 Always a wonderful spectacle to watch is the procession of W,--an graduates as they march proud-ly onto the field. 27 i ' 2 E ' ag: V I F5 - Z ,gg fig' af, T3 19 4 r f. 5 fi E I - , 3. 1,4 1 P - . 1 ,Q f f ,yu A fs? ' 5 , 5 ..V z .1 fy? ,d iff M E 1151 f ii, Yi' , 11 9' N,,,--W1 1 ii- 'flgi V if 1:Tf1if1Liq .wi-fzlfi' Q kb 2 , " ivzzgfigih QL, '-filiy 2 as lf- "Ya, K ,QM . , '12, ,A aw. 12, 1 X 4 , by JI :U f .ii fw- K wg aww .. 55 :Mfr f Q ,gw K A if 5 .S 52 Q ' S. YH x 5' X Eg. ., ,, , :Q K ' 2 5- ,, 2 W ,, , M ,Mm 'fi K," if 1' lg ll, ' 1 1 vT,,,iTi' 5 f 3 455 ' 1 fi 1 L 5 , i1g1:,zV, FEE , 2 s ,?se,fg, "k' i f :,, - V I . A r :Q N 3 f N r I umm- ww-M an-W xg.: - hun-1 gow. -XMBMM 'V 15 - i un-m..v-.,. P . ..,, A - Q 5 vffw., r-M x W w-Nm. Q. A o 1 r Ng, X af' - 2 ,,.NLk I ' TZ' -W A sk 4,1 ,H 3 4 V, + 4 K, f . ,XE Mi 8 2 af " f r 5 Q Q, , gf 1 xv, Af, Q , , V' mv' , ff' mf AF F A ax! 25 ' Y me A 5 y 5, n W ex T "- 4 , 4 aw 3 QQ? ' ' J ,G WQMW gh, :Y V . N, . 1. ,.. N' . . ,. ,.. fa A fi. , Lf If We Had a Magic Clock We PAMELA S. ABAHAZ1 ROBERT L. ADAMS DAVID J. ALDRICH VERNON M. ALEXANDER MARY JANE ALLEN STEPHEN R. ALLEN CLAIRE L. AIJLHEIDE SAM A. ARACA PERRY M. ARENZ JOHN W. ATTKINSON STANLEY C. AUSTIN GINGER A. BAILOSKY Guiding the Senior Class of 1962 were Miss Wilcox Advixer, jill Dillman Treawrer, Melanie Dick- ie Secretary, Bill P. Miller Prefi- denl. Absent: Dan Heidleberg Vice-Prefidevzt. ould Often Turn Back the Hands KENNETH M. BAKER KAY ANN BARA RICHARD E. BARRETT ROBERT A. BASTIK MARY JANE BAUMHARDT BEVERLY A. BEAL KATHLEEN J. BEAL LINDA L. BECHTEL CHARLOTTE M. BECKER SUSAN M. BECKETT MICHAEL S. BENNETT PHILLIP E. BENTZ JUDITH L. BERGMAN DANIEL c. BIESKE JUDITH c. BILLMAN HARRY W. BLAKE SHERYL D. BLANK DOROTHY L. BOHANNON DONALD G. BOLGER SANDRA S. BOSLEY 31 We Would Probably Laugh at the CHRIS J. BROWN JERROLD A. BROWN RICHARD BROWN SANDEE D. BROWN MARY L. BRUCE RODERICK A. BUKOFF ARTHUR E. BUKOWS SANDRA BULLOCK D. CLAY BURKHARD GERALD E. BURRBR JEFF H. BUSWELL CHERYL L. CAMP K1 LYDIA N. BOTOS BRUCE C. BOTTOMLEE FRED L. BOWEN GLENDA L. BOYLE SHARON L. BRAUND ROBERT L. BRECKENRIDGE JOHN E. BREKELBAUM WILLIAM O BRISTOW T1midness of Our Freshman Year. MARY A. CAMPBELL JOE H. CAPP BARBARA A. CARIN JUDY A. CARTER LINDA G. CARTER SANDRA CATHEY DONALD L. CHENEY KENNETH B. CHOMA WAYNE A. CHURCH ROBERT W. CLARK JULIA M. CLEMENTO TIMOTHY COOKE A EW 'R 'LJ-' ..V.L., 3 ,,... Our class colors were chosen by Joanne Zak, Bob Murphy, Janet Kuss, and Chairman Penny Lutz, seated. 33 Cheering Our Team On To Victory Seemed Organizing the Senior Class Prom were Sharon jaffee, Polly Swain Chairman, Sally Dyke, Kathy Harrington. 34 TOM G. COUNTRYMAN ROBERT L. COURT PATRICIA M. CRITELLI THOMAS H. CROZIER CARL E. CURTIS CAROL J. CURTIS ROBERT J. CUSICH DOUGLAS L. DANGERFIELD KENNTH E. DEMAS CAROL A. DEMARCO MIKE L. DENMAN KENNETH L. DICK to Make Us More a Part of E.H.S. M. MELANIE DICKIE JANET M. DIEWALD JILL C. DILLMAN WAYNE E. DIXON TERRY L. DOAN DARLENE J. DUTFON EDDIE W. DYER SALLY A. DYKE JACQUELINE EARLEY KAREN L. EMLICH ANN E. ESCHKE CAROL J. EsK1Ns WILLIAM J. EVANICH MARSI-IA FEATI-IERSTONE RICHARD E. FELL GERALD A. FERENCY JESS A. FIGULA PHYLLIS FIKES ROBERT E. FISHER RODGER o. PLEMING Signing Yearbooks and Class Pictures SHIRLEYANN FLOYD DANIEL L. FLY LARRY L. FOLLEY SHARON M. FOLLEY FRED W. FOSS THOMAS D. FOSSELIUS JUDITH A. FOWKES DOUGLAS A. FOX PAUL J. FREDERICK SHARON K. FREEMAN KATHY M. GALL MAURICE W. GARDNER PATRICIA J. GAWLIK JOSEPH GBNTILE WILLIAM Is. GETTY CHARLES W. GIEDE KATHLEEN A. GIENKE ROBERT R. GILLESPIE BETTY J. GINGERY SANDRA D. GOCHENOUR Displayed 21 S mbol of Friendship. RICHARD E. GOPPELT LARRY C. GOULD KATHERINE J. GREEN BENNETT E. GREENHOLTZ CHARLES E. GREER MARY A. GRIFFITHS DOLORES K. GRUBER KAREN C. GRUEN ROLFB B. GRUEN MARY A. GUIGNEITE ROBERT L. HAMBLEY VERNON C. HANDYSIDE Wayne Hogan, Carol Eskins, Linda Bechtel chairman, and Pat Harrell selected the class flower. Qhfbixii i :. 1: . . " --in-4 ww-,Q-'S . . " " . f:'fi.ILii7" .. X V ...L af.: --. ff - f xl' - gasff. w, -- :f e , . . . ,J.,. 1- 37 Remember How We Proudl Displayed JUDITH L. HARDING JERRY L. HARMON PATRICK D. HARRELL KATHLEEN L. HARRINGTON STEVEN W. HAYS RONALD A. HAYWOOD DANIEL R. HEIDLBERG BARBARA B. HESTON DONALD D. HIGGENBOTHAN GENE T. HIGGINS WALLACE HILL WAYNE R. HOGAN 38 Selling pencils was a project of the Ways and Means Committee. Seated: Rolfe Gruen chairman, Sue Beckett, Bob Adams. Standing: Jackie Barley, Molly Washka. ur Class Rings When We Were uniors ? MICHAEL T. HOMSHER ALBERT G. HOOVER ALICE L. HORNEECK JUDY N. HORROCKS GARY A. HOXWELL SUSAN M. HUBBARD LAWRENCE K. HUBBELL RALPH E. HUFFMAN LINDA B. HUMMRICK PEGGY A. HUSTON G. TERRY INNES MARILYN M. JABS ANN M. JACKSON DELPHINIA JACKSON GLORIA J. JACKSON WILLIAM M. JACKSON SHARON E. JAFFE WENDY G. JALAVA SUSAN N. JAI.OWIEC RICHARD A. JEEEERYS We Spent an Exciting Spring Vacation RONALD D. JOLLY DIANE L. JONES ELIZABETH S. JONES JOYCE L. JONES SHARON L. JONES SUSAN J. JONES WILLIAM W. JONES LEONARD C. JORDAN l sa hmm, F eb? - M' '- 1 -52 f ii K .L' . ,J 1 r 3 PATRICIA M. KADAS THOMAS R. KAISER JOSEPH A. KALO JANET H. KASUBINSKI NANCY A. KAYE SHARON L. KELLEY DUANE G. KELLOGG KAREN K. KEMERY CONNIE L. KENNERLY JAMES A. KETTEL EVELYN S. KIRKHART PATRICIA A. KIRKPATRICK N 1 Wifi in Sight-Seeing in Washington D.C. DONALD J. KISER ROY W. KLINGSHIRN SHIRLEY M. KNEPPER NANCY A, KOEPP JAMES M. KOLB ROBERT J. KOVIAK WALTER K. KRONE HAZEL H. KRUEGER JANET L. KRUGMAN DONNA J. KUBISHKE JANET A. KUSS SUE R. LADOW ' .. ,.. . I' fin in T R EEE 1, G 5 ,S S. El Q E www: , X -is The menu and program for the class night dinner was planned by, Jtamling, Wayne Church, Doug Fox, seated, Patti Ryan, Sue McDonald, Milly Towner. A1 We Will Always Hold Dear the Guidance LINDA L. LANAGHAN GARY A. LANDER MARILU LAUBENTHAL BERTHA LAWRENCE DEVONIA LI'I'I'I.E DAVID W. LIVINGSTONE EDITH M. LOWERY LARRY F. LUTHER PENELOPE S. LUTZ JANICE F. MC CAIN RAYMOND E. MC CULLEN SUSAN M. MC DONALD The 1962 Class gift was purchased by Dawn Schnur, Terry Doan, Sandy Scllmirrgen Chairman. Ab- .fentg Larry Parker, Sylvia Reeser. and Companionship of Our Teachers. WILLIAM K. MEYER MARILYN J. MEYNE JAMES R. MIKOY STERLING A. MILLER THOMAS C. MILLER WILLIAM P. MILLER WILLIAM R. MILLER JOAN E. MINERT LAWRENCE E. MOHRMAN D. MICHELLE MOREY DONNA J. MORRIS JUNE B. MOWRY ROBERT W. MC GHEE RUTH A. MC HENRY RONALD L. MCKINNEY JACK D. MAC PHERSON THOMAS M. MAIDEN THOMAS E. MASON THEODORE T. MATEK ROBERT A. MENNELL Fun and Frolic Will Ring Out in Our Memorles ROBERT W. MURPHY WILSON J. MURRY PAMELA D. MYERS PATRICIA A. MYERS DAVID R. NAGY RAY J. NEDWICK CAROL J. NEIGHBOR KATHLEEN J. NELSON 'VY' ' 42-. NANCY A. NIEDING RICHARD J. NIELSON BARBARA R. NOSTER DONNA M. OLAH NICHOLE L. oRv1s SHARON A. on JOHN D. PACHT ITA DAVID E. PALLAS DONALD G. PAPUGA LAWRENCE J. PARKER MARILYN A. PASADYN JOYCE M. PAVLICH When We Recall Distinction Da . DONNA L. PERKINS BEVERLY R. PETERMAN AUDUR PETURSDOTTIR JAMES D. PIATT DOROTHY J. PITTS LYAL PRIT1' WILLIAM E. PROCHAZKA JANE M. PROVOZNIK DONALD R. RAY SYLVIA S. REESER JO LYNN REFFENNING LETITIA ,F. REITH The Announcement Committee ex- amined and chose the class an- nouncements. C a r o l Neighbor Sandy Taylor, Sue Hubbard Chair- man, Wilson Murry. 45 ur Class Play, "M Three Angels", Was RICHARD L. RICHARDS BILLIE I.. RIECH JOHN H. RIETH LINDA 1. RIETH EDWARD F. RILEY RICHARD A. ROBERTS SELMA L. ROBERTS JOHN N. ROBERTSON KAREN S. ROBINSON PATRICIA B. ROBINSON VIRGINIA A. ROCK KATHRYN I. RODGERS DAWN H., ROIG CLYDE L. ROSENBAUM SHARON KAY ROSS MARYLEIE H. ROXWEN LESLIE R. RUBIN DARLENE M. RUHL PATRICIA A. RYAN STEPHEN I.. SABOLICI-I Performed After Many Weeks of Practice. EDWARD L. SAND CAROL J. SANDERS NEIL E. SANDROCK ROBERT M. SARVER JANE E. SCHMITTGEN SANDRA K. SCHMITTGEN DAWN E. SCHNUR DONALD A. SCHRINER MARILEE M. SCOTT RAY E. SEGRAVES CATHERINE M. SEROZI CAROLYN SHAW Graduation fees were collected by Claudia Smith, Sue Jalowiec, Barb- ara Carin, Sue Kirkharr. Linda Rieth, Mary Jane Allen, Jane Baum- hardt, Mary Campbell. 47 k F JOYCE SHORES LOYCE SHORES MARGARET A. SHREVE Semor Commlttees Met Frequentl to Choose gigs? JM? ,Q 'WS RICHARD H. SIMMONS WILLIAM J. SIMON JUDY S. SLACK RICHARD K. SLACK SANDY J. SLOSIER CAROL J. SMITH CLAUDIA M. SMITH DAVID SMITH VIRGINIA I. SMITH LEANNA M. SNYDER LEORA 1. SOUSLIN DENNIS W. SPIEKER .W M... 4 ww x,., . . .W Z. MELVA SHREVE WALTER J. SHUSTER THOMAS A. SIEGMUND DAVID R. SIEKER WAYNEIC. SIEVERT 3 ur Class Colors, Flower, and Gift. 3 The Boys Distinction Day was form- ed by Rod Bukoff, Neil Sandrock, Dick Roberts, Doug Dangerfield, Larry Williams Chairman. SHARON M. STAMMITI1 BRUCE s. STASKIEWS JUDITH E. STONE GILBERT E. STRICKLER sALLY R. sTRIcKLER JAMES D. sTRoHsAcH POLLY J. SWAIN JUDITH L. TARRY LINDA c. TARRY GLORIA TAYLOR JACQUELYN A. TAYLOR SANDY A. TAYLOR Entertainment, Dim Lights, and Soft EILEEN E. TERRY SUSAN C. THOMPSON WILLIAM THOMSON The highlights of Girls' Distinc- tion Day were planned by Linda Tarty, Pat Myers Chairman, Karen Gruen, Mary Griffiths. 50 DEAN L. TILBERG MILLICBNT C. TOWNER JAMES L. TOWNSEND GEORGE E. TRUSKOWSKI GLORIA B. ULMER CAROL L. UPDIKE WAYNE R. VANOSTER ROBERT O. VERES FRED H. VORHIS Music Portray Our Senior Prom. MARGARET A. WATSON LINDA s. WEEICS JANICE K. WELKER EMMA J. WHITFIELD THOMAS C. WILBERN LARRY G. WILLIAMS LINDA L. WILLIAMS LUWANDA C. WILLIAMS RAYMOND E. WILSON PATRICIA A. WINTERS JOHN J. WIRCENSKE SHARON S. WIT'I-IERSPOON DIANE E. WALKER JON D. WALKER WILLARD R. WALKER BARBARA J. WALLHEAD RANDALL J. WALTON LINDA M. WARD MOLLY A. WASHKA DORCTFHY S. WASUK OW We Must Turn the ClOCk's Hands Back N O PICTURE THOMAS E. BAKER EDWARD J. EROSHY RONALD A. BURNETT GARY E. CEBULA JUDITH R. CLARK CRAIG H. COLEMAN REID J. CONWAY DAVID R. DIEWALD DUSTIN E. DUPEROW THOMAS J. ELBERT CLIFFORD L. EITZWATER LEONARD A. FLOOD ANTHONY GALLARDO RONALD P. HARGREAVES WILLIAM R. HELFRICK HARRY HILL LARRY HILL WILLY JEAN JONES GARY L. KAISER EDWARD G. KENNY 'WALTER J. LEININGER VERNA LIEBHARDT PHIL S. MAHAR PAUL J. MATTHEWS MARIE NICHLOSON DONNA M. WOLFE JOE J. WOLEE MEL T. WOLEORK GEORGE J. WOODCOCK KAREN C. WYNN JACK T. WYSOCKY JUDITH L. YEARLY JACKIE A. YOsT DAN ZACK DAVE A. ZACK JOANNE M. ZAK PATRICIA M. ZALETEL ELIZABETH J. REIDINGER KENNETH P. SITO JAMES F. SMITH JAMES E. THOMPSON WILLIE J. WATTERS DAVID J. WILLIAMS THOMAS J. WILLIAMS And Look Forward to the Future SENIOR CLASS POET Mafilu I-allbeflfhal, senior class poet, pauses for a moment of inspiration and continues her poem. SENIOR CLASS POEM As I stand here on this ancient mountain And watch the morning sun arise And separate the night, I smile to realize That in my heart is youth, Fresh, Uncertain youth with eyes That see beyond the clouds A life for the creating: Another day of God. The wild flowers grow green and free And know but one good Master and He Gave us one free day to use To laugh, to cry, to build, to break, To love, to hate, to stand and say I see you World you're wide and long And big and strong and very wise But I am young and bold and free And I will not sit patiently Or drift As on an unknown sea. I'm going to stand upon a rock And show you, World, just what l've got I'll build and plan and work and pray So when night has come I'll stand tall and say This is what I've done with God's day. 53 Senior Class Play is Successful. MY THREE ANGELS CAST Felix Ducotel , .l.... Dan I-leicllberg to Emilie Ducotel A..... Molly Washka Marie Louise Ducotel , ,Patricia Myers Mme. Parole ,.f,u, Millicent Towner Joseph um--- .,,,.. Jerry Brown Jules u,,,..... -W Richard Roberts A Alfred ..,,.,,c,,.... Kenneth Sito s Henri Trochard .... 'Q William Preston Miller Paul HW. ...,..,,, Clyde Rosenbaum Lieutenant --- ..-- John Breckelbaum PRODUCTION STAFF Director n,,... H, W- Mr. Frank Toth Assistant Director nn, Karen Emlich Stage Manager --- c.., Leslie Rubin SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST AND CREW Front Row: S. Witherspoon, L. Rieth, S. Jaffe, S. Slosier, S. Williams, S. Floyd, L. Tarry, K. Ernlich. Third Row: M. Rowen, Jalowiec, M. Towner, P. Swain, E. Lowery, B. Carin, P. Myers, J. Krugman, K. Gruen, R. Gruen, D. Heidlburg, L. Rubin, M. Mr. Toth Director. Second Row: C. Rosenbaum, J. Harley, S. Washlm, R. Breckelbaum, B. Miller, J. Zak. Fourth Row: B. Beckett, C. Burkharcl, M. Griffiths, P. Lutz, J. McCain, L, Beal, J. Fowkes, F. Finegold, I. Braun, J. Brown, W. Shuster. 54 Thespians Is a Reward to Pla Participants. Front Row L Rubin M Dickie I Braun J Brown Second J Zak M Gimben, T. Davis, Mr. Toth Adviser. Fourth Row: Row M Townef S Jaffe J Fowkfs 5 Floyd Third Row P Swain B Miller, M. Washka, K. Emlich. "Guess what? I made Thespians!" This person has evidently partici- pated in the production of a play. He may have been a member of the cast or worked on a stage crew, for which he has earned his ten points. Thus he has become a member of this hardwork- ing, but rewarding organization. Each Thespian wears a yellow rose, the sym- bol of this club, at the induction service. This group has the opportunity to travel to regional and state conventions where it takes part in histronic activities. Much activity takes place behind the scenes. Here Leslie Rubin applies make-up to Jim Scaggs for his role in a one-act play. 55 Various Honors Are Bestowed upon BUCKEYE BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE REPRESENTATIVES Rick Breckelbaum, Dick Goppelt, Janie Baumhardt, Par Myers, Steve Hays, Terry Doan. ELKS' SCHOLARSHIP YOUTH LEADERSHIP WINNERS Nancy Nieding and Bill P- Miller Rick Breckelbaum and Melanie Dickie E.H.S. ers through the Years. AMERICAN LEGION ESSAY WINNERS In at least one year of their high school life, the following students have placed in the American Legion Essay Contest. Melanie Dickie, Molly Washka, Steve Hays, Bill P. Miller, Larry Williams, and Rick Breckelbaum. EXCHANGE STUDENT 1961 exchange student, Fred Vohris, points to his German home. 57 Seniors Prepare for the Big Da . When his fourth year of high school tolls around, each senior feels that he is caught up in a whirlwind of activities. There are senior pictures to be taken, grad- uation announcements to be ordered, and committee meetings to attend. And there is so much fun to share . . . at the Senior Prom, on Class Night, and Distinction Day. Then finally the big day arrives. A mixed emotion pours through the graduating class as they march to the strains of "Pomp and Circumstancef' Many receive their diplomas tearfully, remembering the high school life they were once a part of, but these graduates also look to the adventuresome future with a smile. The senior class officers participated in aid to the measuring for caps and gowns. Wayne Hogan poses as David Neighbour snaps his senior por- trait. 58 l One of the many tasks of the active senior year is to choose gradu- ation announcements. Here Pat Myers and Cookie Greer are sh-own at Loomis Camera Shop ordering their announcements. Students Awarded for Scholastic Achievement Top six honor students are Fred Vohris, Rick Brecklebaum, Pat Myers, Bill P. Miller, Sue Hubbard, Nancy Nieding absent The seniors filled the auditorium anxiously waiting and hoping Only the names of a chosen few would be called signifying their membership into National Honor Society These new members were outstanding in members. ALLEN, MARY JANE BAUMHARDT, MARY JANE BECKETT, SUSAN BLAKE, HARRY BOTOS, NANCY BOYLE, GLENDA BREKELBAUM, JOHN BROWN, JERROLD CAMPBELL, MARY CHURCH, WAYNE CLEMENTO, JULIA COUNTRYMAN, THOMAS DEMARCO, CAROL DICKIE, MELANIE DILLMAN, JILL DOAN, TERRY DYKE, SALLY EARLEY, JACQUELINE FELL, RICHARD FOVVKES, JUDITH FOX, DOUGLAS GOPPELT, RICHARD HARDING, JUDITH ANN HAYs, STEVEN HOMSHER, MICHAEL HUBBARD, SUSAN JAEEE, SHARON JORDAN, LEONARD KELLOGG, DUANE KRUGMAN, JANET LANAGHAN, LINDA LUTz, PENELOPE MC DONALD, sUsAN MILLER, WILLIAM P. MYERS, PATRICIA NEIDING, NANCY NEIGHBOR, CAROL PARKER, LARRY character scholarship, leadership, and service through their high school years. At this assembly they also sign their names in a permanent book containing all previous PASADYN, MARILYN PROVOZNIK, JANE ROBERTS, RICHARD RoIG, DAWN RYAN, PATRICIA SCHMITTGEN, JANE SCHMITTGEN, SANDRA SCHNURR, DAWN scoTT, MARILEE sLosIER, SANDRA STRICKLER, SALLY TOWNER, MILLICENT VANOSTER, WAYNE voRHIs, FRED WALKER, DIANE WALLHEAD, BARBARA WASHKA, MoLLY WILLIAMS, LARRY WOLFE, DONNA 1' 1 ,Q Fx 3: ,L :ef 1215 5 if 3 552 z ii .ig 461 V Qi? 25 ,sw- uniors -, ':,f . . ., e , y r . - b Dennis Abahui V . ' 7 , LL,, Alan Adams It V Christine Adams h , r ,' :Q Tim Adkins A AA 'X i B Q, sandy Adolph ., , i j g A ' f ' Mafsl? Aebif li :iiif if h is fl :fem Doris Albrecht - N ' or Georgin Archibald li l ' . i B A ' 5 M A Al Amd: N I " '- .1 , Pr . - ' " Ti Beverlee Arndt -' ' . 1 ei- e A , ' Q - f .a,, ,4 .V or rl .,-- W. f--' , JL Ruthann Arrhrell A ZV1 ,L- AAA L i f Q i , JUdY Avefbook A .,, ixigmffi A ef? ,Q 21 Tom AXX A ' . Bill Baiflbfidgf twff he H A '- f N Jerry W- Baker + -' e, in Lois Baker '-' a -1, 4 ' Y, Y V f , ,, f.fl K, , 1 'x ,, " Ilona. Bako V. 1 LLLW Q' A i Diane Balcaf . 37. ev 15.1 fi? Dave Bannick 1 'A Q A L I Ba . . 'S M vi: 7 3 K Q vvlb :QQ V V. V? a fy 'res W A el -A2 f . ah Carol Batdorf Parlee Barton Andrew Bazar Berry Beal Jim Bellamy Lee Ann Bennett Corrine Benton Qagiqeffef. 5 af.a.a,,--we A .M fmnwfr gwwa-'ae -f game 5 Y- Q wamw- fr' L M .Q ii? W, 3' QQ? Q Jackie Berglund Arnold Berke Mary B-erkebile Linda Blair Sandra Bordy Richard Brada Jim Braden Sally Braegger Jim Branch John Branch Ivan Braun Cheryl Brenneman Tom Britton David A. Brown 62 ,.,, , ,zz u,,Zr,,,-iwzgle, QE is 44' "'7' 6 fr Leading this year's Junior Class were Helen Spike Sec- retary, Peggy Madok Tren:- urer, Judy Rock Vice- Prerident, Paul Helfrich Prexident, and Mr. Clem Ad- -uixer. I 4- '7 1 , . A r .y.. ha. ,gf ff i ' ' gf 1 1" f 'K in I Q 2 X- .V ii f 'N JA? K ' Q f Q -,aaa . 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V ' 5 J W,,' J ,.L, N .J l V LA J. ,A., Sally Jani-S Jerry Janowski Judy Janosik Charlotte Jeffery Dave Johns Eric Johnson Ralph Johnson Frank Jolley Judy Jones Robert Jones Bob Jordan Lynn Kaatz Sherrie Kaderbek Gary Kailes vc? I 4 .4 E :,Qy,i J 1 J' 'i 152, V ff' J ,,, J JJ .M VJ J J , , l,,,Ky.,,. J,.,JJ ,,J, J 1f,f J by JJ .vw 15,2 1 3 . J Va V -' V: - .A 'gy -Vs. Jzff fr' . .. J JJ gsm 1 5 LJ, 5- 4 4 'E' 'wi 19325 aa S LQ sw? ll 133, 'feJV'1esff1 V5 ' ' C V Ls wa .J vffV1'ifi?f' 1 ah Q 512, . J, ,LJ J y F1 f J J we s sig my ei JV '24 K ee., s " em. . JJV 2 as me Je ea VV: -W4 a if 'B L? "Via Linda Laganier Bill Larkin Ruth Law Lexi Layton Doug Leaclenham Al Leclyard Charles Lee Dick Lees Ken Lehman Georgia Cheryl Leon Leonard Marguerite Leonard Dorman Liles Paul Lingenfelter Class of 1965 r .,,. rr V VV . ,JM K J' J .J r J Barbara Huffman 1 J w Earl Huffman A L . V f- J V A . i Jennifer Hultz J ' ' 'e'f . ' J. yy,yV J V Carroll Hunkley SJ ww -V . 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' ' Don King J V Jack KM? L' 5 V Leshe KISCI V V J 1 ' Paula Klein f . J J' yy . JJ f ,A J V V V -' V 'V -- --" " ens 1 i V, " H n V mg JV J JJ Jz Carol Knepper VVJ V J wg f m! JJ .V , ' VV .J f J V John Kmspel JJ . Jim KOWWPP J J .J Paulette K0f1m J 5+ Ti Ron Kafka ' ' " ' 2 ' J.,.Q J, Betty Kovacs fi gg fQfi?ajgj:5Zg:5w A212-W - ' L 7'i'f15i". JJ -V .V . ff ' Vffg . . gV r Janice Kowalik 'S V Karen Kozdon .JJAJ V Q J ry V .J JA . Q J, Joyce Kratchen , V . M fg Gary Krugman ll Willis Krugman 1 2 Bob Kuhl L ' Kay Kunkle WV S J ll N 'G J .. JJ .JJJ . .J.J J V .f V C V . Q ' ' ' ' J J. . . J f VVVV V - J J , J J V . .V J i V1 .JJJ ,, - .V Jf , .452 ig- JJJJJ J ' " B .. V... V.VV V w f .E JJ ai ,amy J V VJ - v J ' 'V J J' YV Jw 3- it g wil iiiiiifiii if 2 A J -- ' ' 4' ...J fy VV ,J VVLV Jg V -V J -V ' V- V." V eeee , V -5 .JJJJ JN w J :-: '- 1 fin f--. 3 -. Jw J fafir. . " le e5xgJgrV-V- J is - V- JSE: w g.. VJ V in ess J e " J J J i J ""' JJ VVLL V ff. I 65 uniors ' V f V L Ira Little i at L - V " , ' William Livinf t n .. t r - A Jim Lowery ' Ii' ""' s I .W Francis Lynch 'fag-- 1 .. " i'- by :,: - , : ' 75 , ,.. F t Judi MQDonald AW e it Mme McGhee Q .. A ' K' ,V ' ' Q James McGuire V V f Neil Mclntire , Q Ronald MCKCHHC 7. 5 John McKitrick ' "' if- j , ., N " W - ' A VV I ,in Veronica McKnight ,, , :.' i V X ' A Ken MacDonald ,ss-1 ,:.. ai s fi K . ' ' .Q . V VV ,V LVM, V A Miriam MacDonald Elaine Madaras 5 ,tt 5 V' EQ jy L at V, t Melodee Maddock N V ,, V . VV . .I ---- ' Pegg' Madolf M . f i lx it s i K - Mike Martin M 'Yr W , t V 1, sr ,gf 1 Bin Masonis , f t 12 E r r 1 5 r t ' John Marek 5 V L 'mf V..,, Reuben Maxev s ii i ':'l.. ' iitr i.r1 ' ii . ' ee Claudia Meese Roswitha Metzig Rosali Mihalis Charles Miller Dennis Miller Doris Miller Gary Miller ,sf t,lll ff? ww W l Jerry Miller Patsy Miller Robert Miller Jeannette Mills Marianne Moehle Mary Moody Sandra Moran Shannon Mowery Martin Mueller Arnita Murphy V W kgs " "i as 2 lrrs 4 r 'W if , , EQ tsifr 'ff 3 Priscilla Nehl W -1: f ,M Ron Nemeth Y ily e Ui, tj Norma Nemitz V V if-..,Qgj- Judi Neumever 2 :i1,, i - i 66 ,- if , , 'mr EV, , 1' M Q I , In ,gag , all , ,... , V Vx ' ' 1 - ' "Y yi 063 rx V :- ff llvizd s img! 1 ! 2 asf Students prepare the morning announcements which will be aired over the P.A. system. -v,V a, ,M s fni . :V :gg A . K W Q, its-:?iS'x:1 Q' er -' -t.. 5: t , irlji. gi, 1- rigs, 5, A ' 1 A.. , V is as ii., ' , - '. i f , if' f t " we , ' X .. ff',,, Va ,emwmzew M CHamscJ 1963 L ,w., ,. ' ,,,, ' ap atb 11 J A , "J ' A. , A .U., ., Barbara Nichols -V ,, ef , V ' 1 Q ' . - W A i ,V ,..A ' - - V VAWA' Vi W w ,V -"' , VV '- ' Lmda. Nxchols - L, ., . A M , A we is Q gifh Ai ,. fe -VM, 'f ay... . . Vo 1 :" f Vaughn NOC Q H ' Betsy Norrxsig , L L V, .7 ir 1 .. I - V 1 JV MA f , JUdY N0Va Ugnzkw M , ,A 1 A I 1V.z,,, i 4:,,,,A' ,, . , . VVV5 'xx V51 ,EVVV 1.'- ,.,, ,,. i Vw mm15,5g5V V5wf2,f:a,, :Kf H b A Afivj-gg., N' ' . L Richard Novak :Q ' Q? 'l"":+ 'Q , d Ron Novak 3 ' Gary O'Connor , .,,..,. . , .. ,,.., , ,,,, . ,. . . .. ,, si "7'?+'1""'V'? r . 'w"m pr mf' ew wwe L VE- - Ve :- A - H- ,, :Q V V ir 'fl - V , ' or Jem' 012111 M Tom Olelko " ' ' V5 'V ' K A ' Cathle Osborn y Q ' 2 A QV ' De h , AV lmar Ort , . L .xM.L ,sr , ' A . , A:AV 7m Assy, Jean Pwow ,,.. ,V r , on 1 Mary Ann Pearce ' ,A Steve ' U V vl : " ' 'fgi ff' Y A - in V V 'r., if ,. A- ' Nancy Pfexffer , I ,T A Y V , ., 737 VET:-e""lhf :if'fVlT2V' .,lf' JW ? " ' M ffilffi 'A:" -fwfr , . , ,, .'1, V ' VV MM M ' --af" Lmda Phnllrps , rryyy y " ' A , 5 B111 PiPCr A, Af V, Ti? w i f' A , , Georgina Pins - ' ' "' . ' 'V L E 257 E1 T -Q 7 . za 725' ' A Lv - . TK' ' - -Alfie" 545-, was - AM? 1 gli' 'V , i ' Pit-ts 1 :.: ,, A d R d ,A , A - Ju Y af ef -'ggi' QV 6, ,nn gy ,Lf gfgigaf Aw ,vw V a Renee Reber W , A A Q , A 5,,. V Asa AA ' fx , 2 "" ffi -I Vp ,, n ' ' V "' , : - - LA' ' 2.552 was .,a 1 5 2 Qu, m g no V 3, L',r " ' Joyce Ann Redman "" ' ' Sarah Reed yy r A Q rf? Q Chudikemic l :, f5iVAw? , f i -15, " , i,-21-Hi W 5 2 3 K, ,.., Bonnle Reynolds 1 V Mike Rigg ,, 1,4 L- 'fA'k 1-3 W' .- -- A . Q e Judy Roberts ' V I fgggimwg A, 415 2 A Judy Rock X 'L" A V ,ww -- VL-- A ' 11,,1fsffz VM' in ' V 'hd' A "-' -iff ' ' Dou Roesemann .,,..:z -.0 . , 'f ' g d R flee Af r , M - - - QHQQQVAF Igonaf 055 f 1 3 . X ' Vg. H N w f .V V A 1 A V A A ef V, George Ruck he '1 -V N A Km? Rudy A , N Bddre Rumph 'E ' A 'Betty Ruple K ,,.- " James Ruth s A ,V , A -1VV.A f4 :nik A "'r R, I H Linda sabo ' Mig: EQZWKT cw f fri N , 5V A My ' ,. ' ""yV. 5 - ' V - gif :grip -K- . 1 - A . ,Vu r,, ,. A -IIA fi Paul Sabo JV 14 C4 2 1 ":- , V V V A VJ' ' ' V - 7 . . Carol sagef d K A " no A' 7 San 01' VV -' .V--,. Linda Sarnovsky f . Aj f' S . ,,,, 1 d of W , A Y. aww AA W VA ff A1 V- N .. Am. o i Jim Scarbrou ,..,V z Don Schaffer g f ::uZZ': T ' W T ,- Marv Sfhmlrfgen N M . '- Nancy Schmnttgen in H .Q V 1 ., , V Sharon Schoen 1'- ' ' V V 'mmf 'I L' 1. A V V '- " 'IZ X - L, AA, Betty Schroeder ' V A M ,, . ,. ..,. V, fa, V Dennis Schfoedel' ' ,. Gall Schroeder A ' I - X .J ' QAM Vw.. - '-515 :, Gayle Sfhulhof V ' , y V M y Marlene Schultz " a Sue Schunk , Q ,H , L' V, George Shgnkg J ' L' 8 il. gggk , J I ,,.., T' C' W " H pyllgw ' Tjxffhflr QV fy rp 7" R45 -A A ff: . A 67 uniors ,. ' Linda Sheffield Si " V 'E" at A " it V Frank Sheldon DP L, S .L,,,L Q ,SW Mary Jo Shurley M 2 Rgbert JS1mSko- S - m,', iK L w'Q .--. etty o irtmger 7g Jim Skaggs f X ' .:,.. A ' ' J David Smith M SX 4 , l , Q ,S Pete Smith S X v' -I fig IAVA L james Smith .S S 4 " ii c Judi Smifh f 5 ' r ,"' "fi at " " " S 5 Q Susan Smith if A gif' S if :V V i ,K Roger Snoble 1 V' Sharon Snyder 3' ' ., 'r'r- , ' W ' ' S. S , 7 si, Bill Somers Q Is N A H A ,eeg ee,A, S M W ' i S Sa e'.ree Q . Don Songer S A N S ,,, , Barbara Sparks S, Vlh. V, ZS A Q , S V H A Ellen Spicer M l V S L, ' Helen SPikC S- T Loretta Stallings ug V, ,S " K 1, Vis, Sy jj , . ' V , 61 ' 4Vf: H 4,A,: S T I SS V Diane Stanford ,Vn. Q i i VS Gary sang J ii Wefn y W Mafyeuen Sens S -W W V- .S 2 mg T rie, S, Q Bill stanton " 4' ' 'if Donna Stith l Sh-M011 Stone ir' ' V' V ii S ii I sSS i ,- si AA- . Ss 1 el. ,ai rs T i tr V Y ' ii iiifiii I Ron St. Peter ' 2 V AAA H JoAnn Strong N fzraf igf John Sustrlk W if 5 si " , i Linda Sweet W Darrel Taylor 'V W ' Gene Ta lor Q. P 'sf-f.. .. SSSS SM SSS, S 2 L I I5 Dennis Vincer janet Von Kamp Ken Wald Dewayne Walker Ron Walker Thomas Walls Tom Warriner Pat Wash Judy Watts Dave Wayne Bill West Ruth West Judy Westcott Nancy Westcott 68 H Patty Taylor 5 Dan Ternes so Torn Terrell S Gayle Thomas Judy Thompson Randy Tjemmes J A "iii " ' David Toth if Q K Roger Towell Louis True Bob VanValkenburg julie Van de Voort Mary Varga Diane Vietzen John Vincent ' ,--- M 'f Q, -. '33 , :S f it' 3, .. new aww ? 2, -.' sf 'L " K ' , 'it V' li' " . T" W .. ..v:,1"'wp 5-5- - . ' g. is 'ir glfzl fitf we-1, 'fr 2-li N Z ,Q A ,mr H ,nm f si as Tig Sify 72 gr-es , . Z qw! 7,4 A - vigrx V ., 511. X 357 ?iW'il' .. ., .1911 , ffzsiaslf 'HN , 1' wgewgir .eg-S,?e'vfi " ff , ZW it 1 ,111 ,, 1.3. it Aig.1kk 5,' gferg? W W . FA 1 lg ' 2 f W ' i' nr' 3 Sherrie Wyckoff Jean Wyszynski Alan Young Jim Yuhas Rick Zarbaugh Tom Zdrojewski Dudley Bell NO PICTURE Class of 1963 3ls,ll15f5"X5:e ., A Vyl y d S me-as s, A ,, .. ,g e Q V3,,M,g+i,1i- le , i X if ,infix x XM' E , no ,ws 5,14 Wnghflw i fi I ' , 151 ,' ' 'E C e w- , W6 m ,.g, , ,:,1 f F' ff 5 - E .i. - X lx M, fi. " ., Mg ,Jr-ef,..,,: .. ww: , ,H wseJ.sr - "t "z:+- 'V' . if ,,-, V Q 'htm J: 25 , lr ,Q J l Q55 V 14112 ,ir , . ,t ,, , 1gg5i,, My-, A Wendell Adams Marianne Baldwin Pat Dallas Frank Edgar Doug Hall Kathleen Kessler Barbara Lengyel Jim Westfall Alma White Lena Whitwordl Dorothy Wilbern Jane Wilcox Audrey Williams Douglas Williams "el' i if Ted Williams X if Ken Wilson 1 ' -.f L'1'. 4 ' Cathie Winters 'Charlene Winters L jerry Wircenski Donald Wood S A " Karen Wyatt ......,. ,li Vgr ,W iAii gig A - .,, , V Q a ww r me .ff ,SL -f 'r-.Qi Sf he l Macaw, gr? f Charles Robinson Markham Stevenson Cliff Rhodenhamel Diane Tanner Gary Sadowski Charles Walker Tom Sears Robert Yuhasz Walene Siwerka Dick Slosier Vincent Smith . . . and another ticker for an E.H.S. basketball game is sold to an eager student. 69 een ffm if ,. of A , A ,, 5 Sophomores if A2 I Q ,il H , , ,, ,-, .:. , -:wr , , ,H i ,-' Wig gf e V , A, er. 5 2 4 V .,x 1 .1 .V ,K V 5: :LV ,A-in ,xg ,-6: .1 N Q 5 l V,, V V Q1 2 1' . r kf iil l ea l r Q has 'K -if -f sa .fin , 'UH' 'if 2' , , .W . , Q . al Y X S, 351. all " ' 11mg . l 2 .g fMg,,?T'X s fe - I , ey 5 S :Q 25 S 2 ff fl 3 fl . 'B ie 5 3 Andrea Abahazi Gilbert Ach Ralph Ankeny Marcia Aquilino Pat Armitage LindavArnold Barbara Atkin John Aunspaw Paula Auxer Joyce Axx 4 1 ' L Richard Baker V - Steve Baker V f "",k' Tom J' ASQ - - "ar . Doris Banister A I 7 ' 'P' 'Q 'll Tim Banville gf W an i" L ' - ' 'r" . 4 ' i f ul - F, sm if ' rf . ,r.rr Q h l i 31' CEU 8.5 21 itil? ', ,, Hope Baumhardt ,V ,,:x: ,. Z I M I T ' f Jae , riii ROY Beane - ' ' irr' H tl Marvell Beard I , Bri?-fl Baker we 5 B is z a ,B James Beeson fl. - ' r gil, , ,,,, " Richard Began lil. mf V 'iii lk 'L A' iii f-i , . i, 'N e 2,'- ' zf' ,, , V ,, Mary Belflore I ,sl - 3' A QQ' Vkky- PM Benko . lx iare B ' or Sheila Blecman rf? aw ,f an , ... . as - gym is . . . . r.., , 1, fig ff, M li, - fm --,, . wg. fig? 7.5 ,- Barb Savage thinks it's nice to have a friend like Ron Sova when she needs help with her homework. Larry Bennett ' ' - Gloria J. Benton Q ' Bill Berger ' J ' , , so xii, Rosanna Bm 2 sf n ll. vaol 2 llrall Carol Bidinger ,vr .WJ erlle l"',.r ' 51 r , 1, fevo, . r n Louise Biersbach K V V , V 913- V BetfY Billman B 'li"" ' if l ll i'l B '1'i , ,, -1213 ,,,,,-,i l ,.,. ,,,l - ' -1, - E 'f..i f,' - sf Ziff W A T R1ChC1Bi11ggfli B lei v reerel B eeer ., B. Tom Blakeley 'H ' , Bob Bobel ,W Joyce Bohannon , 71935 Bonnie Sue Boggs B r , is rw ' L+ ' ' 'vw 2 fr. fran 'E"1, '?'I1:fY Ii,,.rQViI rilfin, A 17' b is il .I 'll ,Mlm A as l 5 44 ,Q Xl W f X awk . H, are ,Z :Hi , xg M, ,, ,,l,3,1, we .- 5- zsfzmgi Q, AQ W ei' ' L Class of 1964 1,. ,I ., ..., - Alex Bordy Marilyn Cooper E gi, Bonnie Bonn Alexis lBordy ' Joan Boramer David Boros I life ik I.. IA-wi Tom Bowen .,,V I Eric Bowman , Tom Boyd Willimn Boyd Parrica Boyrhern Charles Braley Patrica Brannon John Brian ry.. .K I , 'Q M.- E WW' Jaw ,Qi I ii W ' 1 B B 'Z I.I'IIl ,, I ,LI Br B , ,i..g.Iqs . " im? IIMB1' , :iw Ir . Ig, 559 1 I . as I as B' f -., , " 4 Q B B-e B- ,I lip , IQ? I 'Qgy-w'I 'B CI .e-B ' - A L . HL I' we rf' .. I ."' 3' If '. BI, ,ff I. A 1. 'geek ,, , My I.ggIf . a v glflfl an 'l'a"'BW W im 1 II 'BW' B 1-4' Zlfiffi' - : X h ,gy ,I. .I NB I fn.: B" :I B-1 " 'C B -Br 'miss 'M ' . 4 I' . VIII' .B Eggs' II . in I fs A 'L ,gf 5 -4 I, I! I I w-. ' " ,Wi lls'Q2?ff IBs2i311i csc W 2' I .eff -' I,I, II: II X, -ici-1 .7-Ig ,jf ,- fBB',a .. . .. - I . .. . , I I I., Ii? 5 iq, I all I 9 I -mimi.-M .B , ,II N, I Ia1fIIf2L,W fs, .I " "" Il 'li?iLSi?'i ' Brent Bridgen: Jan Briggs Carol Bristow John Broadwell Jan Broege Iva. Brooks Cornelia Brown I' . A , Q pai .L 'BB , I AT! as if I lII. S I .. . Q ,lg 'lm' , . I f my S-,,,-V21 iimiizfi II I ,A I I A B w K I4 I wi A , ,N I AYIIN'w4.'I,. ry. I .. , I . I 155-sIjI-.-13,9 .II A g,i,,Aj"-I-lw-I lr, ? s 55,2 'Y 99,53 his ' a l Q fi fin is 1 ll ri' Ba . Bff1nllIf ia. . xv Hr U S I 5. 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If L .A Gary Buswell ms W- I I ' ' "rr " li AI za B1 5' ',"' : 2i,: f133gg1i5Ig5K fa-WQQF 'f' zi22i'l2feaI'QIII 7'f' . --,,IB.'I1, -:I- I 1 ' a ww gag - I ,s, ,.?f2I.cI,5Ia ,,.ag?.IIy1,I, ,,.,,g1 ,,,g,w.xLI3? ':-- my is ffziikf' ' .III 'km . I B an, . - Q B I I. B - Ep- Diane Byrne 'Elf ,L ERI I- -. hairy' Ifga N5-.I II I 5 - in 5, . , I - "FI 'W' B Barb Canfield Yi ' if Q .:.. ' ' fra QI - I ' .. L 'i f 'Q Carol Cande, yy 'f if -A I f f ' I Joy? CE? Im Ill ,, I I JI fm' ,egg Ju I fman .V .,,4,, . II I y,,y , V .,.., ,I V Vyyv il I y l I ' 5 Sherri Carman B B 's'i Ifnd Ca mer f sg, igmim 1 a fPe L ,W I, as ag M K 1 I B I 5 ,.., :Iv ,V In , B ,,y,I I I, Denny 'Carroll I si sf, II , I is ,,II I I 'QQ "ff W Jim Calwl , an 1 ., fi? B B I i f Jean Cellar 1 A Bsfm , . ,I f . . is 5 Mi, J' I kr W 'B' W W W f"iIIf1 is. Lmda Cha-It 'SMS' 14311, "WE ,,,,,.l.w ww - '5'f"'K5, L Y - g 'I in - . , WB B il Jlm Chandlef KW Q. g g Chapman . 'B .I 3,f'I,,B' B - ,I-,IAI ..,V I 2. .. ,IIEIQ , if ifans. 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Houston Young 3 1-Qw I- Susan Young at William Young K b -.Try Wilda Younkin 5 iagggaa - NO PICTURE Evelyn Campbell Bill Homitz Mervin Lanaghan Mel Bowen Joe Carter Terry Huiett Ralph Ledyard Jackie Board Eddie Collett Carolyn Huttinger Linda Maris Connie Brown Janice Denn Alan Johnson Nancy Read Ron Fulaytor Dwight Johnston Sarah Reed Frank Gerbasi Dan Komko Dorothy Roach Ann Haviland Mike Kring Dawson Sallis Sharon Schwartz Roger Simpkins Donna Sikes Joanne Siwerka Roger Summers Robert Young 'sur N 1-J sl ' 1' lx ll If 2, W, ,, , , .,,., , M 1. ., -- , aa . ,ii . ,, , Freshmen -t is . D :nw .K , J. is K , . - - , 3 ii A , Q Q William Adair so e , or ,V.:EA t i, , 0vf5iTIAddi531an A ' . A . ' , , i iam OHIO LLL . 2 L,,L U ,W A Lynne Alheit ' "'. , N r A 1 , 5' N, P3 Zigi-'33 John Allen e l i f i il BIN? Alley , , EV V A 'lifv ff i, V l-llll lfl ' X Michelle Almas f 're a .. -, :X A, ,Q .L ', f w l e-W' 1 , X - l.l , iff 'G L vrlll , "'-, 'I' - Barbara Altfeld ,- r ., Shirley Altheide - pf' : avf' , . f ' f Jc3sephfAmllJrgsio Q fs, ---. art 5 -'i' , - if fffsljil enni er n erson ' j Q ,,,l A 55 - . Peggy Andrress B so Daniel Afldfick f vl.l . f l'l' '4.:.,, ' ,, , liz Z ii i ' " I-vis Aflgffm Q 'lr B ..e, ' ,l - John Anrkowiak JY ' H , A V .ln 'li Mike Aquilino t I B s 4 ' B r Jam Armstrong ,t efl - -+. el r Allan Arndt W , ' fe Jay Aww Q - ' 1- Carolyn Arnold lyl ' :' A jf' F I , r Ted Averbook '-e' A it . Jerry Bacskay A ,A ' ' , . Ronald Baker ,g . L ' Russ Baker ,E ,:N,,, ,gk ?,,, .. ,M Margaret Balant :'- ,QQ H h Q Susan Balcar B ' " H 'L David Baldwin -": 2 - 'ii' Ii' , Wm- In order that his calculations may come out correctly, Ted Davis must weigh his chemi- cals with preciseness. Robert Balko ai! . L - Bob Ball A ii"i f Q, Jim Ball ,wiv f r ,L Christine Bannerman K 3 ai . Jean Bannerman A v VV.. 'Q' A " I Barbara Bara L " ' Rid 2 3, :ffl Richard Barnard ,rl , l K yyyy t ryys at ni t, , ,, as Jim Barnes B li ,, 1 ,, ., f B , 4 " 57' ii ' 1 V K John Bassett 4 .. , l.i I B Christine Bates 1 A A 1 M V ' ,E im fl Sandra Bates vez, ' 1i1'r " K L 3 r ki . ' - ,ff if 54 :e, ?" 1. Wendy' Beal -1,i Z ' f f lj Q B, 'sl ,,.,' i ,ii Lynn Bearer a My , . G , Difk Bfchfel selrr 'e srrs --"' fgf ' if ill : :2 B W' i ' 'iii' 'f fl 82 ' Class of 1965 ILM? y . ' ii L iii i 5, ri f' if 1-E51-f" an I' ...,, - af . , -, '. 2. K' ,L 'ii' :Ui V f- Q. f " V B ' ' fa ' f -- ' 1 '- 'c eiasf , if 7 ve .' 1, if A , ag , ,L K 5 . +521 , ,, .5 - . - ' 'Hr " Wgug' f cfwafxe awwwm M aka , I ,, .M V. , V Q V ,gi -V . . if- ilsbgijy-f ?f 4- 'f ig 5y,v,,,.fZ4 if " K Avery Becker Bernard- Becker John Began Tim Beiter Davy Bell Tom Bell Bill Bellamy Elaine Bendilc Linda Bennett Donna Beres Louise Bidinger Bonnie Billings William Bird Danny Bishop i V . 9 ,H B Wagga. B f f ' V' 'L -V If 'awww awe N- . V V' i?"'i " ' il 'p Qiiv 'fm F Y 4544355 xiii? tiff M - ,M l rv, ,V ,,,- .,.. - Carolyn Brady Kathy Brady Steve Braeger Linda Branch Robert Brandal Ellen Brattoli Pat Brennen Ron Brewer Helen Brine Ianex Brink Drema Brisendine Holly Briton Alice Brown Bernice Brown Gary Brown Gary Brown Martha Brown Shirley Brown Susan Brown Ted Brown Tom Brown S if 'rlyy' " .:..Q1i1:2 ,rrrr iff' ff-- n wvfkillfef ,,., 2 Barbara Blanco r,:r La ..,,. ,, , gm Q Marguerite Blaner A . 4 ' ' -- - ' ,.:y, Florence Bloedorn PM A A H Debble Bodenheimer X , " ' . g ig Wg 2 Karen B0hf1 E no - Sharon Bohn ' V, , fi' , QV.Q5f , Tom Bolinski A V , V n:,- Q, ttry V , J affe -5 Zfefggiirfiifeimi -..' 3 f Y . ' . 1 , ,,,i, A .te. Susan Bonhil VV c A V Pam Bonnallie , 'ff J, V H Carole Boslev ' B H f QE 1 i B B Jim Bosmeny VV Q Q - - if Charlotte Bowen Q 1 ,QM eq if gil? Bob Boylan ,I V gmc' N B 'k N A V ancy raci -- W E if K a Q Qafgwg ph S at B f u f" X' 5 -r-' H my ,k-: ggi, 1- . 2. . V .JV I . ' A V . W ,- u- - ' VV - '--i r V ii 1: 4 V V , . V , I wa- M7731 -I I ,mi l Lf? H ' A f' i f ' . -f " ' ?'iff" L e L ,A P- Wi' ,V Z W 5 f W ii- ' I B W ' 5' in n,,n i ..y,a f gif: H fi iyiwif l gf f Q , ,K V . , - ,,ar , V , g 'Tw ' , iii , ,532 B ' , ,e B 'r'- Z 3 J V 'V ' B e V 1 Y erreiie iaer i B 'H Yi? , V y ' eg! ty? fgir Vfwuraaxnnl Heal nan? Vw' ' "rr, , 'iq " " Q it B 'B ' --V:. , ,,,. .,, ,,. ,-, , , x in ff as V no - 4 4 .. , ij' , fag K ml :aging ,ru n 5 :-:Z . , vvri 1 eV,1 g A f fQs'emWeiwe'ean1 rrr aaa ' it . an nrrV r , .., 2 1 A rrr ,Vnr Tom Bmbakef V' - f 'ii" it "ii' i'?f5"' V, Ruthanne Buck filfigiiiil f' V V Dave Burkard M -- We Kathi B n if ig, y YW 2 M-avi, een ur e ik , A- . few - A--.L-'ff Q me 3 if i . Sandra Burnett y-V, V ew X Judy Burns Q Ei 'V w - few" ,'I r Margie Burns c VV ,L nlln ' isa a ,eff Pat Burns VVil1ie Burns John Burrows Mary Butcher Linda Butz Bonnie Byars Sharon Bycynski we-iii' 5123" . an ,F H Qi., ., N5 ,aid- il L 55.1, I ,if Q 'fj ii 3 e,e.yi eV.n A' I L 457 ,. ' fiiv . A 83 'xl X'fff ,- aiifvagwsme--are ww, " K , l 11' - -- , ,,4:g. 51555221-If . , gsiifwf Via, Q 21 , .,, 5 r w as ag,,3.,,, V, , - , 5 .,, , K 1 rosa.. 'z - ,z, i 1 + V - z V , , . . A - ,,... , ,, r -- . I la, V V 1 M wi - L'L- -- 1, , .- . VA f .,,- . IF f 1: " ,agp tur f , , uk A , 5 Q-. . , , ' " wks wean . H Jean Cazeau Norrine Cebula Dick Chamberlain Brenda Chambers Chuck Chandler John Chapman Ron Chapman Arthur Charles Peter Christensen Joyce Christian Jerry Clapper Harold Cody Willie Cole Daisy Coleman lziwiiay-f L, , 5 . ,V - :Sk fy ' l W' it . Freshmen is WW fag 9 ve . ,fs 4 Q , . :.1,.,: ., ., , 2 8 ,af 1 .1 . 'aw , Na- MH? 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Il ,. .,,,,.. ...m,L.:5L U - rem, sr, F W :. ,W 'L ,sur ,li 're ' , M .iw 5, 1.1, If if TTY' . ,. ...., ,E re. ew 11 gif? Ee k g 22: . r,,,r.rU,-rSz 32,W,f,: f -is 1 M MA John Ferry Terry Fidd Allen Fields CI' - :Ji 'L' - 55. V. 4 M1 elm? X Joyce Filczer Mike Fischer Bob Fitzgerald Ralph Fitzpatrick U VW ihililtsrefrf rag vs 4 J, , M W lf' 925: r 2 ' 3' A 'l Q , y -sqm -ree :S lr wg MH ,F sarah? :il :jg F Freshmen .M , .reg ,Y , ' is Af if .1 -A - ' r V , Bob Faeckmg , , f ryyi ,rr y Darlene Farkas A F , 4 Z A Suzanne Farkas Gary Farmer ,Mr I ., , L K 1-rf.-Mew., f rg., F ka ' , ' Joe , .ue 5 Q, 6 David Felton will " gi , 5,3413 'Z gfj f Melvin Felcy J J John Femk M ir Dolphus Fenn k J' Idamae Fenn fi ' 5 , is ROY Penn ' Mil Willie Pearl Fenn .H ' Jerry Ferrebee - 3 . Robert Ferrell ,Q Sl l A ' .e,- A H h U gp-1 "H A rr , --ag-' ' A' w wf' Q, , giggle 155 r,,..:, IKM . k .1 . . ,V . 1, , ,ri e , , .H - , Q., . W err ,, irrsmflf r my ,, New .- ' "'i -.Lr I .y r N r , 'I , G .. f I Ns . .. 2 l y - X. in ' . r l s A F 1' ,r 1 S 4 mi , Q ' Q E nlve r 1544 - "" of A ,Jr Judy Flowers Bob Flynn Dale Fogle Don Folley 1, ,r, V , , .rfrgrw . ae, we or z, rr J' I rr r- ,, .Q-.r WM , John Folley , r V 'A kg Kathy Fowkes gpm- , J- Bill Fowls , rl 4 S 1 fl Q r i r l A is df-Q . , alba Kiran K in 'I' , se , nm, , Q S me .inf 'vt X rg 'M s. M 1 V lr K 15 Q r l Ar? 'Nl rf fr' f l T L. , , s R in x r Another day of classes ends, and these E.H.S. students prepare for the journey home. James Fox X ' 1 is J ' Judy Francis It - V Q ,,r M - N A N Barb Frederick 5 "" er-ar rn fl 1 "iA " Wil Leslie Friedman 1 Dennis -:-:: ' rerchen Fula or mia? "" f ' yt F i'e' Rhea Gabara :ii Joyce Gales bu' Pat Gallardo Judy Gannon 'M ffgzzllg Jan Garber m John Gard-ner H ' ' Richard Gardner f, x 3, L Class of 1965 , f ffl, ,f -va W, f f N Pefff Gfmbka -V - 'een -V . n C2101 Gehfke G an G a A Glow GW' ' ' ' fm-'ff G'bbOF'5 . , - YA"' Maflene Gibson V 3 .R , Vi, .. A f i I vbzh in ,VKLL 'Q 9 Cheryl Gm 'A - - an f ? G ug if lyf ' mfJ'k'JaGma:'12S?s'?a-:fxif .5 rf' 5 A--x ' 2- '-,,. iss- lf' ' - ffsi'11Fzfi2f: k"' W' G G eean p H Randy Gillies A :wear - .k'- ' 'f-"' " 'YK' l , - " I L G11 Gwen V 3 , Nikh , ,... an E3 Don Glenn ann ' 'M .A on .G a n DICK GIOVCI if I ,. "if 'f' ' ' A 1 , "i' f Be G1 n 53n'34gljj xsflgie 'lfew' 'A " .' k '! V .- Elgfigd I ,V f 'Vi "'- ' iff tty f'A Z Barbara Grant ' ' ':' , ,,,, .,, " "" M' 'pf L, k,,,kk ,, f w A gzevfw-:sfe if fm- izlfffvffsfs ,'f1z'-wg:,mi d G b 'G' Sag . 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Mlliffii ' larry Johnson A W I V J , W Richard Johnson H , A , ' , ,J A , Jody Johnston - lily V A, 'Z Paul ohnston ' , , r' alias 44 A-. -R " A Carol Jones V1 ix H, ,fi 12., e ' '55 if SSM 1 Hfnrv Jones J IM?-i I 88 Nancy Henderson Janet Henes Nancy Henes Jessie Henry John Henry Gillis Hensley Michael Herbers Connie Heston Scott Hicks David Higgins Kathleen Higgins Al Hill Fred Hill Linda Hill ,Ur H, -, . 'flrfimilfif J is ,, Vi in f if 1, - QE. ,fill 'ar -' za of Max g,5,:,, ,-X, :EZ rf f. K w rw, my .5 we ,'fr. o new fm. 'mf' . in 1 Wi 1. tx ' an is W .1 R5 l sisgvrfwffrf, lil, 4 LX A256 :Lila 'E Gary Houpt Barb Hovekamp Stan Hower Claude Hoy Helen Huber David Huffman Dennis Hughes Richard Hughes Sue Hughes Marlene Hulings Charles Hunter Gary Huntley Karen Hutchins David Hyer Brenda Hylton Louis Ignatz Gerald Ivancic Katherine Ivancic Andy Jackson Tim Jackson Brad James . .1 ,. 2 "well-5' all -wa, une' While?" Rf M. gill' L' JT.w'L1 Mn' .f . in 74 1. if-if-iii! ' ,in en? 9 " lisigiflc ' 1 iii? ge, W 1 M s 1 ' S SMF Q is Wh , Un 51 ,Wifi flag , is l A . l IN E, -M V ? H if Q75 Class of 1965 ,s , 5 .: 132 5? ,"'1 a i . swf Ki ,,,. Mug vi fx 1 P II E .ll ,z X -1 ls, -,. 5 -f S gl l K fl S wx - f .4 Marcellene Jones Mary Jones Roena Jones Sharon Jones Ed jordan Thomas Justen Geraldine Juvenile '-:' K K 'K ,,1,f ?ls?43:'KKfLKf K - is , ' , iaifif U I-3'-Ha Kale' 3 f p bil . K . ' fm .1 V Ivy Kane , ,. ?N E , A.rV .1 . I ,. X A Joe Karbowmczek 5 'z. K , 15. 5. , H K, ,F M5 H a: ,, 3 K V. K..M . 156 1 f"',,," ,. A K ' M? g. i f Colleen Kelly .?.1gvm,, H i,V. h ,L 2 QW QV Diana Kelly l CWD" Kemmef K Gene Kemper -+ A ' A H mmmgw V W ,, . , . Dawn Kennedy V H A -' ' 'rss Y - b A K -- V'.- g -is ., Linda Km-Eney fly ,.:. i ,us A 5 K. A ,K I :U Kafhv Klelv K1 'sl E ,f M " il ss' ' K ' Nell Kmg A A .V 3K K :gg L 1,555 ' siggrmjfl K Lmdq Klrby s l , jig, ., , Regma Klrk " K4 'K - nnnn r . I 519,uql?K,i,v2E:iW4g5W7,SKK .KKL1TKKK:,. ,. .. 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L' ' David McClure , , ' '-,- o ,ryw Blake MCCIHCIICH L n , f " ,rt, M Pat Mccmy H ew e : Kr I ,r - X, F My f kvkrr 'H' 721.2 , vk Janet MCCUHC L CL ii fi Q fit Q ' gfffl ii 'U gg f ilf Earle McDermott i ' I 2' X' 'V ' '5' 57 ,1 Carol MCDlVltt l L 421' A' ' fi 4 'iii A Y lL': nf tz li 13" Robert McDivitt ii Martha McGhee i n yyr , V ' K K t , Dennis Mclntire ,M 1 Q A "' , f H, X McKenna E VEA ff ' if iffy- Q Y li L' W .1 if ' Q2 MQW? Bonnie McKenzie , f 't 1 L 9 5 Susan Mcuughlin W I L ' an .max rV '- L 90 -1- .V ,M Class of 1965 K -Q N .tm f Raw rx- KK' Vw, 1':,7'1,l,lW.srVf ,..f--. MV. ,N 11 Mg, 2,,.lV,.VV.g,,,, , QW:-,Q We -A : a v L JV, 1:-if ,rfffaggg 4 Q John MCLM11 I K I L N 1 Mike McVeen i LW' ,A . L- : M Mike L V ' ' ' L. L ' ' L' 5 LV W Kathy Machnauer 'ii, V W ZVL ',,, Va V W I "f"'?fL! 'L 2.,'W L ,V X F lL L' ilf V '?5?E2 Kmen Mack ., .I .- V V , V :.' A ,figiixw Mike Madden "" 1 LVL- T95 , 9 we Sharon Mac Mahan L 13' , VME? 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Thomson Robert Thrasher Carol Todd lnara Townsend Bonnie Travise Thomas Trescott David Triplett Fred Triplett John Trissel Linda Turk Irma Turner Sarah Underwood Tom Ursem David Valentine 5-3 , W. H If a 105' I 9312 sl, r l , ,V ,Y ,.AF 5 ,,,, if -ig , 4 -. , 575 2 1 I A 'il' Wm, . .951 - ,.: ,f'?7'l1T 1 Marianne Wasuk Tom Watson Shirley Watters Kathy Webb Patricia Webb Peggy Wedwick Allen Weigl Sheila Weil Linda Weinstein Susan Weitzel Carolyn Wells Terry Werner Larry West Larry West 96 Freshmen tfgaj f "'U'3f-...lfs,1. V ,- K - -3 ,--Af 539. . ., :lj . . A -V I .ta - 2 4 N 51' is, it f 'YG Us. iw s,,,, 5, F ,Y . f 'list as aff .t I- ., sa... - K ." - ' .W W' 'ff-52. '-S il' i Qi 1 4 ' ' 'Tlx' I-3' f 9-'WA-5-W ,. , ff. - "-e ff: maggie '- "H .sr 15-iyaisf' .1 J' . -sg, X..-is S T it We F53 t 3, -- H 44.1 i X E. is i 1 P s ... -:esta .ga is 5 .L , . --Y . -it My ,. Q . 1 , i ,K ffscli rf X Mesh fa xi f 21,9 it . t W c ig ae Ng' .9 Q i f 2. 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X M All t L X tj M Je -:Q sim, 1 Q f 4 A ' - -. ip sv- . 1 xc S. ,lee -, ngf. W. ..- . .G r- a Q Lillie Valentine Charles Van Ambrugh Leon Vance Linda Varga Paul Vargo Mary-Ann Vash Torn Vaughters James Veres Nancy Veres Margaret Vorhis Kathy Walend Cherylee Walkden Susan Walker Bob Wallace Veronica Wallace john F. Walters Brenda Ward Carol Ware David Ware Toni Ware Judy Wasserman s 4 . 35.-J ,ix K 15' , W, A J 5 in . A f. gtg bk- rpg, if it 4.-,f M 5 :isa is K 3 . any " Q- ,i-za. - I . ft f 4,4 A I . V,-we 1- W sf - gf 22 . 5 . ...gmt 1 ' ' - 1 ff - . fi , iz ' - V QS--, ,, V . G5 , ..-E.,,,fr3,? fi W 'A 2 , ' y . ' K , V My i J 2. , ,.1 +-- - fa 1, K - -- . ,. . M ' mir A -.2-Wu-'M-W 1 Class of 1965 ' s SMR if ' . i2r,,,,i,.i,,.,r, w ew 1, Ei ' ' ' F5521-'S I H M, hm ,, ,Vg ,,., I ,Jr of ,, i KF? ,,, I: I 52.55 , 5 .a., ik.-f' 'l if 1 1 1, , i '- ' ff' fm. njtga,,,Q?,:r.-',, A ,-we, gms ' ly-Qing, ,le - . : gggqygg Q' -,1,zf'Yf,1r K a s 4 A' xiii? 'LQ-iw ' f 1 . 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W 'sa,'r.., Jpiji-Mast '1irs,,fa ' NO PICTURE ' Mike Baisden Shirley Burgette John Clark Patsy Dunn Lynn Emerson Eugene Gawlick Linda Griggs Charles Zvosechz Don Little Fred Haskiell Robert Hoagland Charlene Jones Pat juart Anne Lane Paul Limer Charles Lampkin Roland Mathiey Alan Sabo Clyde McNeal Ruth Sh31'P Willie Meadows ROD SUIDIIICIS Robert pei-'kjns Gerald Thompson Wade Phillips Eafl TWYUIHU Sandy Phillips Ralph Ward. Pat Rzemiski Henry Wllll1mS 97 ,,.-f M4441 164551 .ww Q Q -sv ,Q- .spmrflfn QA E s ?: Qmsw , ,:,i5,. The Administrators Develop The Policies Of Mr. john Edwards, Dr. Ben Myers, Mr. George johnson, Mr. Harold Dicken, Mr. Arthur Pounds. The Board of Education is the central part of our administrative body. The members are elected to serve for four year terms. They meet monthly, make policies Dr. Franklin Gottfried Superintendent of School: 'IO0 and listen to reports from throughout the school system. They have many problems to contend with, but still they keep our system running smoothly. Mr. George Mitaben Auifmnt Superintendent of School: E.H.S. and Advise Our Faculty and Students. From the beginning of our fresh- man year we experience many won- derful and embarrassing moments. These are all made possible by our teachers and school friends. During this time we are learning things that will be of continuous use to us throughout our adult life. The many people that make this pos- sible deserve our respect. We wish the Class of 1962 the very best of luck whether they go out into the Mr. Wayne McQuillin Principal Mr. Charles Miller Atsittam Principal business World or to the college of their choice to further their education.. Our principal has the largest responsibility at E.H.S. Mr. McQuillin oversees the general activities of the students. He schedules the plan of teachers as well as students. Mr. Miller has served his second year as Assist- ant principal at Elyria High School. He directs stu- dent discipline and our summer school program In addition to this Mr. Miller also has charge of the morning announcements. The smooth running of E.H.S. is due to our Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Franklin Gottfried and Mr. George Mirabin respec- tively. Dr. Gottfried is the head of the entire school system with the assistance of the Board of Education. Mr. Mirabin is responsible for the supervision of instruction in both junior and senior highs. 101 The Deans' Counseling ls Essential To E.H.S. M.t. E. J. Burton Dean of Boy: Mrs. Dorothy Easton Dean of Girl: Mrs. Estelle Newell Axrirtunt Dean of Girls Mr. George W. Thourot Vocational and College Coumelor Mr. Dale E. Reichenbauch Freshman and Sophomore Boyr' Coumelor The office is always buzz- ing with the busy work of our deans, assistants, and secre- taries. If ever a student is in need of help he can always count on E.H.S.'s trained staff. Mrs. Amy Johnston Receptionist, Mrs. Neva Crozier Secretary to the Principal, Mrs. Delores Cos- tello Assistant Secretary to the Principal, Mrs. Beverly Kopcho, Clerical and Records Secretary. Science Promotes World Progress. i . if-f .QQ . - 2.15 .,. 5zre5'- , , Edward Allen Joseph Asire Two biology students remain after class to complete the study of a dissected pig. A Ralph Bauer Gorden Beals James DC1'1UiS0fl Walter Fretthold wma... Gene Harris Earl Lautenschleger Richard Riddle George Sandrew Nancy Sebastian Donald Walker Science is a challenge to every student. In order to acquaint pupils with this subject, the school sys- tem requires a person to take one year of general science. This is usually taken during the freshman year. From general science, the other scientific courses are optional. Regardless, the science faculty works hard to open to each student a new adventuresome world in science. 103 Cal' F01 BOYIHU Kenneth Boylan Molly Washka, a rypicallsenlor student, uses every spare moment to study vo- cabulary cards, which are required for senior English. Lucille L63.Cll Loig 1,935 104 Good English Usage 1, -... Q , , ,. , t ,ft , .,,, iw?-ri V ,, . ms, , , ., 4 X ...,,,,, fr: .f T. . Eiga 41: tie' 's5,w ,gW'Afs+1"' ,, il 8 '1 ' is , . --af, " - . st, ,, :gh 5 gi JR ,ga i R , -'30 MW M' K f . .,, ., , .: g.,j!iG: K I .sf ,: : L - it J x. : il J ' liiw s ls is it , rg M, A33 2 'I 4 3 a laura Cramer Marjorie Easter Nedra Gast "' J X , 'fell' B K 3 . 42, sigh? ,,, ss if s 5 si Ee stages wk if? mfs 3 ss U Q rf ft aes, -. pq .,,, A P Eg , A .V s V 1, ' t Y 5 -.t . .. J' tx. .. .QQ i, 5 'K , U. :ww S ,. calf. . ,V QFSQQW 7 ze? ,. . Mabel Herd Betty Huston English is the basis for learning and pro- motion of human intelligence. English I and II are divided into advanced and regular classes. Creative writing, speech, and dramatics are of- fered as elective courses. Achievement in Eng- lish is encouraged through creative writing and plain drill Work in spelling and grammar. The English Department is designed to train stu- dents to meet the ever-growing need for good use of our language in today's world. 5 III i 21" , 1 H p 1, ,,,, 1 g , ',, , at :iv e f f J -. , 1. Margaret Mahaffey Karen Mitchell Margaret Oake Is Aim of Teachers L ,- FILL . Walter Pallflel' Kay Ruckman Dennis Ryan I.enore'Schumaker Willard Smith 3558971554555 J. Richard Stafford Alice Stgfgf Phyllis Thomin Frank Toth Mrs. Lees, who teaches English, is in charge of the English Departments bul- letin board. Several teachers take turns in arranging a display. Geraldine Wagstaff David Young Mr. Boylan explains career possibilities from a chart used during a 3-week vocational unit for freshmen. 105 Math Opens New Horizons. P. Emory Diller Dorothy Mann f I i qs. 'i , 'l:il,.tsf,-Mal' "1 New . . ,,,i,as,5,t . X , S , ,R fi in I , " 2 I .,,.. E, , 7,5 fi .344 1.5 .pw G' f . ..,.,, , . , , 7 lf - vi: A math student attempts to do his homework with the aid of such tools as a William Paul James Pettit ruler, a compass, and a protractor. Alife Schilling C. E. Short Dale Swartzmiller Cletus Sweigard 111f A -. ..i.',.', s ttnrr .. Z . . r 's s a ll Mathematics can open new worlds of wonder for t t. . HAVH students. It enables them to learn the basic as well as lftt ', specific uses of math. Algebra I, II, and III, geometry, trigonometry, and advanced math are the courses offered. The fundamentals taught in elementary courses must be H learned to build a tower of knowledge and to proceed are to advanced problems. These mathematicians work with I I " A M if such things as determinants, logarithms, equations and their solutions, to mention a few. Under the guidance of qualified instructors, students are carried through a school year filled with ideas, formulas, and figures. Robert Wendling H. L, Wilson 106 Social Studies Highlight Events. w.ewfL ,i V 'sis . a - . I if, 1. S, , ,1- ' 'l new ' ' ,W 3: F '. A 55 .V .. ,, . ..,. J'. rl-5 'Q ' .. ,., lt, ' lil 1 . ,M fs ..,f ,, ,w'Wff'l Glenn Baxter Nancy Feigenheimer Bernell Helm Mary Kelly John Meclcley applies the finishing touches to a current events display in Mr. Scarbrough's general history class. Sandra Llewellyn Bernard Mad-loving Allyn Rose Clarence Scarbrough Social studies is a required subject which must be taken during the sophomore, junior, and senior years. This course includes general history, American history, government, and social problems. They trace the history of ancient times through American history. The remain- ing two courses familiarize United States' government and solutions to problems of everyday living. Current events play an important role in these classes, since the events are modern history. The preparation of daily work plus good study habits are essential factors necessary for success in this field. Robert Slager Ernest Watts 'I07 Languages Develop .H:, , -'ff e . t Valeta Doomeweerd .:,. V its-,fa ,. -- s. V ' T -i' jx. , 5, :sf r I ,iff .-.55 W ,J j . .- Josephine Wilcox 3' t i Tiff' as ,e,., N , a I A N, Y 4 I Y Q , 'aa,w' Dolores Finley s .5 'ii , ..y, , X. 1, we K .. , ,. . .l if iZ.:.':i!' f F, ,7 . ,., . :-. Owen Gleason Donald Wolfe is --" ' rw. t t f J a""'sX'1ssfia-M' 7 . fi, , . 'nfl'-',f2f' . , Q, 'Nil sf s st g' pf it-ik '64 'fs 'ff 113,57 a -ffl' 141 fra- aaa. if ' t " LFS? A 108 G orld Understanding . K .2 "?' is J s . . , ,L, , ,,.,.,, . QS if EM, e, f 1 5 f' R 1 sl 9 L. t sl ti a ,N V 'X 5' . l I Paul Pritchett Patricia Sposato W 'Mak An added feature to the language department this year the langiage lab. Carol Batdorf and Jackie Early look on as the installation is completed. picture is worth a thousand words. A French student gazes longingly at a postcard of a scenic French landscape. As man has developed through the ages a means communication became more and more necessary. of From the simple grunts of the early caveman to the perfect English, a definite pattern can be traced. To- day, rnan's knowledge of languages aids him in an understanding of other people and races. Elyria High offers one of the most complete languages courses in the state of Ohio. The courses offered are Spanish, French, Russian, Latin, and C1'I1'13.1'1. Art Develops through E.H.S. Courses. The world of art is considered by many to be the most demanding, time consuming, nonsensical field. Yet it is considered by others to be a challenging new field, opening many new doors to success. There are people who devote- their entire lives to the painting of one or two finished works. Your best friend of today may be tomorrow's celebrated artist. His training begins as early as high school and no better training can be of- fered anywhere than in Elyria High. A slip during this process can be very costly. Design and Craft students use extreme caution in carving a linoleum mural. Perhaps the most beautiful decorations are the ones found in the art rooms. The beauty is most appreciated by those whose labor went into their making. Frank Fiore Edith Harmon june Petrillo Home Economics Prepare Future Homemakers. Katharine Dawson Virginia Emmert Mabel Eubanks Darlene Wlhiting 'I'I0 VVhat's this? A boy in the cooking class! Perhaps this is not so rare after all, for there are chefs. This one seems pretty successful as he adds the finishing touches to his masterpiece. The cooking classes in E.H.S. pro- duce tempting smells which fill the corridor from one end of the building to the other. The sewing classes are visited daily by an endless amount of students, some missing a button and others with disengaged seams. The home economics classes in Elyria High prepare snidents for that all im- portant day when they shall own a home. Today's successful home eco- nomics student will be tomorrow's happy homemaker. .1454 . . In order to become a successful seamstress, the student must first have a knowledge of the sewing fundamentals. Only through con- stant pracrice will this be accomplished. Business World Is Met b E H S Students Harold Clem Carl Deeds ' -MRKEEI-i?ffL"W8Q"f: y 3' ii Safer N521 A " I "9 ' - ' wa. w g f5gw., .4-K., N .. lwu E it ' i V .a faq. a..-. Q51 -A x W "' 2 5- A alfa, J . ft' f , VL , V 1 , ga , ,aff .pep ft ww, . YWW' ,,.., as , it R 1 ff "-" ,312 ...gf .rf , T 12 , ' ,, ' +L? f".,fivEa ' . f f t.'e ' L65 . f .1111 1 Donna Oswalt The business world of today is filled with many difficult and perplexing problems. In order to meet and over- come these problems a substantiary background is a necessity. The best training begins as early as high school as students are acquainted with various business subjects. Many a successful career is due to the complete business courses taught in our high schools. "Typing requires,concentration," is a rule all students must remember. First year stu- dents first learn the touch system, then practice for an increase in speed. Carol Rgggf Mable Vogan Ruth Wallace Sylvia Zickafoose Music Brings jo To Lives of E.H.S.'ers 9k'4""' . . 7.3 li ! j. Martin Beck Sidney Davis Music, like a flowing brook, can seem one of two ways to us. Either we find it soothing and pleasant to the ear, or we find it unpleasant, harsh, and undesirable to hear. In the E. H. S. music department, it is hoped that the finished product will be to all who hear it, as the first. To do so, much hard work, time, and patience is re- quired of those in the field. Let us all look at this field with respect. 112 I These after school sessions are what really makes or breaks a really good high school band, consequently our band members don't mind it at all when Mr. Walters feels the need to call one. Richard Decker Donald Green William Walters Sing out everyone, you're producing fine sounds with good quality. Arts of Industry Learned By Amateur Craftsman. f Ernest Carpenter Carlton H311 Robert Hersmm James Kehler Dm Klssebeffh R3YH10Dd R-lCh31'd-5 John Sheldon Steve Zvosec Have you the knack and earnest interest in the fields of industry? If so, the Industrial Arts Department is for you! It gives you a chance to freely express your talents in Mechani- cal Drawing, Electricity, Printing, Cab- inet .Making, Sheet Metal, Auto Me- chanics, and Welding and Machine Shop. In these classes the high stand- ards of workmanship are but one reason why a student has the full right to be proud of the fact that he is able to receive such excellent instruction. Wonder if it runs? You could ask any one of these boys and they would tell you the same thing, for into this mechanism went hours of their time. 'I13 Physical Education Emphasizes Fitness. Russell Doan Richard Lowery Juanita Mei-tz Dorthy Naples Dorthy O'Brian James Rakestraw Ray Wilson 114 Physical fitness is a very important thing, and we at E. H. S. should be glad that we have the opportunity to receive such expert instructions. In gym class, girls have the opportunities to learn such skills as volley- ball, basketball, tennis, swimming, and tumbling. The boys have in addition wrestling and football. In gym class you have a chance to let off some of your steam in the form of a nice organized game. Then too, we are always having the opportunity to stress good sports- manship in our competitive games. May- be now we don'r realize the importance and value in these physical education classes, but someday We Will. Exercise is something that every physical education class could-n't do without. Right, boys? Special Service s Imperative to E.H.S. William Barton Foster Elliot Duffin Morris Margaret Scott S. C. Smith f 51Y5Efi1!?91S"'Q'55'i"f, . i,,i-T55-'f"i'?se3-WN - 'f1'ii,15???Q'? 'S .' f ff. ME W., ,525 3351- ,, . -.-s5wf..f,,M,29'?,e?ffi r it f' 11 N. K A . ' ' r wqg? ,,,,r.,.m-N wg, Mm- Q., . ,. . . , -5 . L, W W -Q., 1 1 , '- - 9 "ii e . " ' K f Q - n f V ' ' L ' H H I . "'- -1 S , S f if , ,2,,1,, . 1,,,f.., 1 - :-, t ,-7.-' . - L' it 15" - ' ' FW' 'F 5' '1 'ww Cornelia Stilwell S 1 , 1 S ' A -' M 1 A M ,if-s,-, .... 1 ,vp . Q, Wm ,, " my 3. 1 Front Row: Mrs. Igantz, Mrs. Bastik, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Hasko. Second Row: Mrs. Krupko, Mrs. Bessie, Mrs. Jewel, Mrs. Coe, Mrs. Lengel, Mrs. Balto. Front Row: Mr. Blystone, Mr. Hastings, Mrs. Wolfe, Mr. King, Mrs. Gest. Second Row: Mr. Sermen, Mr. Mullins, Mrs. Sooy, Mr. Ferguson. Margaret Strohm Front Row: Mrs. Kovach, Mrs. Elliot, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Antler son, Mrs. Dillen. Second Row: Mr. Smith, Mr. Shook, Mrs Ball, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Minnich. 115 ff wzligi-.Rfk , ACTI ITIES n o , +276 'PS Q. -, .iyw X -45+ g-3,5 iwjfm .SV ,vw,1.5,,,qi A xg 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 9 I 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I 1,- I I F ' if r - 1a-..Qmi 'bf if ' s 'Z 11 If W I 13,1..N11Q1-1 , 1 E 5 ,V ,. Y, , V, . ,v W. I WN. A Q, . L. ., . I lf- A, 1 1-1: 1. V - 1 . . Q 'N 31:3 ,"'8'i1f--.11 - gV.111whw1f.- ...L,.4m 1 , ... 5 F .F U Q . ,, , , N. L. ,1. ,,1- A., 1 1 , , I K 11 11 Q 1 gh A 1, 5 tv W Q MV 11 I 1 1 , Q33 SX fp . 7 x 1, f Q1 1 . 1 Q, K 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 I 1,1 1 ' " PAW 'filwf -11,211 A 'fr Sify I I I ' W M, .,,..., ., .,,,,v.. 1 A W 1 1 muvwy 1111 ., 1 , K 1 15 11.31 gk,-1.-1 WEE! Q. 11. 1 f lm, 9' K . II IM."'7Fw.1,M , ..,xg A an ,. 115,513 11: Q 1 1 1 Q., .1 1 F 1 1 'Q WWA, 1111 un' . 1,5I11:,1M1,.Q11 my 1 ,W .A L 111111 zu 1 231 19 .' 1 w 1 I n I ,1- V' QV "Iff.RTiI' I' 'U-f1li,f - fa.. 11 ,.-3,14 3. 11 E x ' M 1: ',,f,.1.,, . 1 2 11 it ' l4.,51f1 .. ': If ' A ,Q M,-,v ,, YY.. , fp - 511, Student Council Governs E.H.S. Students. Front Row: S. Gould, M. Sears, K. Burnett, G. Taylor, N. Mc- Dowell, C. Purcell, F. Murray, C. Bidinger, B. Hill, P. Madok. Second Row: Mr. Watts Advirer, W. Fabian, B. Meegand, C Dall, L. Krugman, G. johnson, G. Howell, G. Buterbaugh, A Abahazi, C. Winters, J. Lodi, K. Whitehouse, S. Winters, P Lutz, S. Slosier, C. Sage. Third Row: H. Briton, P. Perkins, C McDivitt C Dean D Christensen C Cla comb C Greer, J. 7 - 1 - , . Y , . jason, J. Enyeart, B. Grant, D. Hayes, S. Murbach B. H e , ov - kamp, J. Kuss. Fourth Raw: C. Stewart, K. Osborn, S. Folley, l 118 J. Mills, E. Dyer, W. Nichols, P. Hess, H. Spike Secretary, E. Ignatz, J. Baumhardt, C. Batdorf, M. Lingerfelt, D. Bechtel,vJ. Ryan, P. Ryan. Fifth Row: M. Suhr, M. Klimosewsko, B. Brid- gett, J. Walters, D. Dicken, K. Dick, L. Williams Vice-President, L. Parker, B. Corder, G. Goodman, M. Aguilino, D. Rock, G. Kearse, L. Villarell. Sixth Row: C. Crowther Treasurer, C. Scott, M. Goodnow, M. Washka, S. Allen, D. Roberts, R. Brekelbaum, R. Snoble, L. Sadler, K. Gruen President, K. Smith, J. Wysoko, W. Younkin, S. Spike. The Student Council is the govern- ment of Elyria High School. This or- ganization sponsors the homecoming dance and dress-up days. With the help of Mr. Watts, the adviser, the Stu- dent Council seeks to attain solutions to problems facing E.H.S. Since it is made up of representatives from each homeroom, every student plays an im- portant role in the succem of the coun- cil. From the executive board, com- posed of elected students of each class, comes suggestions for projects and improvements. These E.H.S. students are storming the Student Council suggestion box adding ideas for electing the Homecoming Queen. Youth Council Develops Citizenship. Front Row: A. McDonald, B. Hill, S. Gould, D. Christensen, B. Hovekamp, D. Rock, J. Kuss. Second Row: C. Whitehead, P. Peat, W. Fabian, J. Ryan, D. Smith, C. Dall, G. Buterbaugh, P. Ryan, M. Griffiths, 1. Dillman, S. jalowiec. Third Row: P. Hess, J. Rock, P. Madok, L. Sabo, C. Brennemen, M. Aebie, S. Steckler, S. Blecman, L. Church, C. Crowther, D. Haag. Fourth Row: G. Goodman, I.. Drage, S. Spike, M. Dickie Secretary, S. McDonald, K. Harrington, K. Gruen, S. Schmitrgen Secretary, S. Dyke, H. Spike. Fifth Rnuf: G. Kailes, D. Lees, R. Gruen Trearurer, S. Hays, D. Dicken, T. Brubaker, D. Roe, C. Daney, L. Parker, J. Macpherson, R. Spinks. Sixth Row: R. Brekel- baum Prerident, D. Goppelt, J. Gleason, K. Lengel, P. Helfrich, W. Church Vice-President, R. Stevenson, B. Miller. Youth Council serves the community. Painting United Fund insignias and participating in Bicycle Court are a couple services performed by the ot- ganization. Youth Council members are chosen separately by each class. Consisting of the Civic Affairs, Com- munity Service, Council Chattet, Li- brary, Publicity, World Affairs, and Recreation Committees, the Council co-operates with the city of Elyria by offering its help to serve in any way possible. It helped push the Recrea- tion Levy into passage during the last election. As a Youth Council service, Denny Beiter sells bicycle licenses to youngsters at City Hall on Saturdays. 'II9 Elyrian Captures Past Memories. Front Row D Fox CoEd1tor D Schnur CoEd1tor D Pallas S Mann B Layton Third Row: Mr. Young, Adviser, A- Sf0YkC, Burmen Manager Second Row J Mudrack D Fmicle P Dean M Washka W VanOsrer, D, Schriner, L. Layton Have you ever found yourself thumbing through the Elyrian and taking it for granted? If so, you should take another look, for into this book go many long, hard hours spent making layouts, writing copy, taking pictures, and selecting a cover which the staff hopes will please the majority of the school. The work of the staff is never done, for when the last page of the cur- rent yearbook is cornpleted, the work on next year's publication is begun. We all owe sincere appre- ciation and gratitude to they staff who make our book possible. He's burning the midnight oil, but Dave Pallas, business manager, knows that the ads must go in. E H S Events Are Reported b Herald. All too few of the readers of our school newspaper, the Herald, realize the amount of planning and plain hard work that goes into the publication of each issue. Those on the staff get little if any personal recognition, but simply seeing the satisfied looks on the readers' faces are enough repayment for them, These twenty industrious E.H.S.'ers spendiforry minutes of their school day working on future publications. Forty minutes a day isn't enough, so consequently the- members put in many additional hours after school. To these people we pay tribute with our loyalty and support. We must have accuracy! Here Judy Janosik and Lynn Harding are check- ing over some of the accounts. Front Row J Janosik L Harding N Hutchings S Starnmitti N Bader B Oldenburg. Third Row: J, Mc Guire, I. Braun Co Edzlor J Rainey Mrs Ruckman Azlwrer Secoml Row G Co Eziztor E Huskinson, D. Smith, J. Kalo, R. Zarbaugh, 121 E.H.S. Students Carry Honors Reading SENIORS Front Row: L. Harding, D. Roig, L. Lanaghan Co-Secretary, M. Towner, P. Lutz, M. Allen, J. Krugman. L. Rieth, M. Rowen, S. Jaffe, P. Ryan. Second Row: M. Campbell Co-Secretary, M. Washka, S. Schmittgen, C. Neighbour, L. Williams, D. Fox, M. Homsher, T. Countryman Treaturer, 1. Zak, S. Dyke, J. Earley, S. Beckett, D. Kubischke. Third Row: K. Robinson, M Scott, D. Schnur, L. Rubin, P. Arenz. B. Miller, T. Siegmund J. Schmittgen, S. Strickler Prefizient. N. Nieding, S. McDonald K. Harrington, B. Carin. IUNIORS Front Row: J. Wilcox, E. Gebhardt, L. Sarnovsky, S. Gargus, C. Leonard, N. Schmittgen. M. Fabian. C. Charpnack, P. Hylton, A. Vlhite. L. Hartsel, M. Peabody, C. Biyner Serretary. Second Row: S. Greening, M. Berkebile, D. Miller, S. Moran, S. Kader- beck, M. Moehle, P. Miller, S. Curtis, D. Femley, L. Layton, M. Saxe, C. Claycomb, A. Demas. Third Row: M. Aebie, J. Strong, E. Ignatz, M. Gimben, J. VonKa.mp, J. XVyszynski, C. Knepper, K. Osborn, M. Goodenow, S. Bordy, D, Balcar, S. 122 Chesrown, D. Stirh, C. Brenneman. Fourth Row: D. Abahazi, M. Schmittgen, L. Bennett, L. Stallings, C. Daney, W. Krug- man, P. Lingerfelter. J. Bellamy, P. Gillies, J. Harmon Prerident, 1. Kowalik, S. Smith, J. Watts Secretary. Fifth Row: D. Har- rison, I. Braun, B. jones, M. Coleman, 1. Henninger Secretary, B. Fortman, N. Mclntire, D. Hoffman, A. Burke, D. Miller, C. Gill, R. Maxey. on through its Fourth Year. SOPHOMORES Front Row: C. Whitehead, S. Gould, N. Horn Secretary, F. Gainer, B. Rieth, D. Gruber, H. Baumhard-t, M. Peters, K. Bur- rows, D. Haag. Second Row: J. Reisinger, J. Schwochou, A. Reid, S. Llewellyn, M. Joslin, J. Griffiths, A. McDonald, F. Murray, N. Hatcher, B. Atkin, B. Maynard. Third Row: R. Gienke, J. Rainey, S. Schmidt, J. Cellan, R. Maiden, M. Han- cock, C. Harrington, C. Dean, B. Layton, N. Gast, B. Boggs, P. Benko. Fourth Row: J. Hubbill, P. Patterson, E. Gibbs, M. Philips, L. Church, K. Crum, C. Kurtz, A. Stoyke, A. White, L. Villareal, S. Hovey, M. Suhr, C. Crowther. Fifth Row: H. Jack- son, C. Smith, K. Reese, J. Herwig, B. Bobel, T. Bowen, J. Chappo, W. Miller Prerident, N. Horn, L. Schneider, G. Kearse, D. Cobb, N. Nutter. Honors Reading is just what the name implies. Students who want to expand their knowledge in literary works do so by read- ing books on 'a specified list, and then dis cussing them in groups after school Through these discussions, better under' standing of the story is reached. Occasion- ally an upperclassman may lead in an underclass discussion, thus giving the senior valuable experience in leadership. The atmosphere is casual when Senior Honors Readers meet to discuss their latest book. 123 FRESH MEN Front Row: P. Perkins, D. Papenbrock, D. Pettress, C. Schaffer S. Mole, E. Noveshe, C. Bannerman, S. Sprague, C. Gill, P. Heathcote. Second Row: D. DeMarco, B. Custar, J. Johnston, V. Kitson, C. Bowen, K. Hutchins, K. Smith, P. Cross, H. Briton, S. Bonhill, C. Kapsco, P. Jiffrey, J. Stewart, S. Farkas, T. Tres- cort. Third Row: K. Miller, K. Sarnovsky, D. Bishop, L. Wher- ry, L. Lurk, C. Stewart, M. Vorhis, S. Hottenstein, L. Kalo, K. Leimbach, C. Meridith, P. Hawthorne, J. Enyeart, D. Rider, S. Bater. Fourth Row: B. Adair, D. Meyer, C. Chandler, L. Lloyd, B. Engelland, B. Hansford, R. Reinhardt, R. Maddock, B. Even- Front Row: M. Jones, S. Brown, A. McKay, D. Gutowski, L. Branch, P. McCray, D. Wil- liams, A. Ewing, M. Butcher, J. Gibbons. Second Row: K. Moyer, L. Butz, C. Mason, D. Schroeder, S. Easton, M. Stanford, B. Alt- feld, J. Johnson, J. Winters, R. Smith, S. Bycynski, S. MCLaughin, N. Price. Third Row: L. Moore, L. Krugman, D. Eckhardt, S. Philips, T. Philips, D. Handyside, J. Wys- zynski, L. Pleska, N. Schumar, J. Speigle, J. Spinks, C. Meredith. Fourth Row: L. Wran- sky, S. Rothgery, K. Whitehouse, K. Webb, N. Harris, C. Walkden, E. Jordan, L. Hill, M. Darcy, J. Bassett, L. Varga, J. Seghy, B. Lodge, L. Brink. 124 chik, B. Becker, P. Burns, B. Poston, S. Murbach, C. Todd, R. Simmons. Fifth Row: D. Fogle, J. Williams, W. Bird, G. Hunt- ley, G. Kozmirs, G. Hoogenboom, B. Boylan, G. Gewen, J. Miko, L. Smith, B. Taylor, J. Allen, C. Dall, D. Smith, D. Hayes, P. Kopis, B. Roush. Sixth Row: K. Higgins, I.. Bennett, S. Lin- quist, D. Elzey, V. DeLong, C. Kline, M. Brown, L. Evans, T. Brubaker, D. Roe, J. Walters, L. Bearer, C. Ritter, S. Palagyi, J. Burrows. Seventh' Row: S. Decker, J. Edwards, D. Cooksey, S. Harmon, B. Hylton, V. Schaefer, W. Klein, D. Reusser, S. Stout, D. Rock, L. Callihan, W. Beal, H. Haefele, J. Henes. FRESH MEN Front Row: V. Kitson, P. Andress, K. Willis, B. Spayd, L. Wein- stein, M. Guthman, S. Palagyi, H. Haefele, D. Kennedy, L. De- Fazio, P. Ehlers. Second Row: S. Hottenstein, L. Kirby, C. Bow- en, K. Parsons, S. Sprague Vice President, S. Farkas, S. Bates, K. Hutchins, D. Pappas, N. Harris, N. Henderson, K. Miller. Third Row: D. DeMarco, C. Meridith, S. Murbach, B. Mergard, W. Beal, S. Decker, J. Schilling Secretary, J. Johnston Preriderit, P. Hawthorn, A. McKay, C. Murawski, JK. Schalkner. Fourth Row: L. McKenna, B. Custar, P. Cross, B. LaFon, M. Vorhis, D. Handyside, J. Wyszynski, H. Briton, S. Kneiss, S. Neomeyer, R. Harbert, B. Meyer. Fifth Row: K. Cooksey, C. Stewart, K. Sar- novski, S. Schaffer, J. Rubin, L. Neavner, B. Billings, M. Brown, L. Bennett, L. Evans. S. Lindquist, B. Hovekamp. Sixth Row: L. Wherw, S. Harmon, S. Schwart, D. Rock, M. Marcellene, J. Smith, V. Schaffer, S. Stout, B. Hylton, M. Klimoseriski, J. Edwards, I.. Callihan. Front Row: S. Hasford, P. Perkins, J. Gib- bons, M. Butcher, N. Veres, K. Moyer, L. Wransky. Second Row: B. Altfeld, J. Spei- gle, J. Nielson, J. Spinks, K. Burnett, D. Hayes, S. DeMarco, K. Smith, P. Heathcote, C. Gill. Third Row: M. Stanford, C. Dall, J. Wasserman, J. Enyeart, B. Grant, J. Enyeart, D. Smith, E. Taps, A. Ewing, L. Brink. Fourth Row: D. Prettress Trearurer, M. Hammond, G. Taylor, D. Nozinger, B. Bara, D. Bodenheimer, C. Mason, J. Knerien, M. Sears, N. Price, N. Schumar. Fifth Row: , D. Papenbrock, D. Gutowski, C. Schaffer, S. l l Reed, P. Cook, C. Ritter. 125 Mole, A. Ott, J. Fihzer, G. Henderson, C. Y-Teens Open Many New Doors SOPHOMORES Front Row: N. McDowell, N. Hatcher, J. Mudrak, L. Smith, M. Naegele, J. Moore, M. Stammitti, P. Benko, K. Crites, J. Axx, N. Malfak. Second Row: B. Savage, S. Foss, J. Reisinger, B Boggs, B. Bonn, S. Carmen, D. Banister, K. Burrows, K. Fis- cher, J. Botamer, D. Somogyi. Third Row: S. Gruber, L. Drage S. Spike, M. Griffith, G. Jordan, D. Haag, S. Gould, B. Hill J. Griffiths, M. Joslin, C. Shaw, S. Llewellyn, A. McDonald F. Murray, J. Carmen, J. Stuckey. Fourth Row: B. Yearley, C. Petu, C. Yienke, S. Mann, J. Rainey, N. Bader, N. Gast, S. Shepard, C. Dean, B. Layton, D. Christensen, C. Harrington D. Elkin, C. Kelser, B. Atkin Trearurer, A. Abahazi, C. Heiser 'KDo unto others as you would have them do unto you" is the basic idea of Y-Teens. It is mainly a service organization, but includes fun and fellowship for teen-age girls, Activities are varied, ranging from baskets for the needy, to "just-for-fun" Bermuda hops. The Interclub Council of Y-Teens, with representatives from each group, binds the four clubs together. One of its annual events is the Christmas Formal, which is always a big success. 126 x v 9 Fifth Row: S. Vietzen, C. Kurtz, K. Powelson, R. Maiken, J. Dellefield, S. Schmidt, A. Stoyke, C. Crowther, M. Suhr, S. Hovey Preridenl, C. Whitehead, B. Maynard, B. Lyon, K. Morse, K. Hostutter, J. Lodi. Sixth Row: G. Pinter, E. Miraben, S. Haskins, D. Moss, J. McLaughlin, E. Gibbs, A. Harbert, M. Aquilius, K. Reese, L. Church, K. Crum, M. Philion, L. Whit4 ney, M. Pondy, M. Hancock, S. Blecman, J. Jorvath. Seventh Row: H. Baumhardt, S. Young, L. Schneider, K. Gotro, G. Kearse Vice-President, R. Phillips, S. Geog, L. Villareal Secre- tary, V. Kayden, C. Heidersbach, K. Bashak, S. Krueck, B. Bill- man, S. Redington, M. Hough, L. Sekerak, J. Capp. IUNIORS For El ria High Girls. SENIORS Front Row: P. Ryan, M. Griffiths, J. McCain Recording-Secrw tary, P. Lutz Vice-President, J. Dillman, J. Kuss, S. Jaffe, S. Slosier, S. Jalowiec, S. Ott, J. Refenning. Second Row: S. Schmittgen, K. Harrington, K. Bara, J. Minert, D. Gruber, J. Diewald Tffearurer, S. Starnmitti, S. Freeman, D. Perkins, D Kubischke, B. Carin, E. Kirkhart. Third Row: M. Washka, S. Reeser, M. Dickie, C. Smith, K. Gruen, L. Williams, K. Gienke, M. Allen, J. Bergman, P. Swain, S. Becketf, S. Bosley, S. Dyke, S. Taylor. Fourth Row: M. Scott, D. Schnur, J. Schmittgen, J. Fowkes, J. Jones, N. Orvis, J. Billman Corresponding-Secretary, K. Robinson, N. Nieding Prerident, S. Strickler, J. Zak, P. Myers. Front Row: L. Sarnousky, M. Saxe, M. Fabian, J. Farrow, D. Hildreth, R. Hasko, P. Madok, L. Caughlin, D. Haywood, A. Demas, R. Miha- lis. Sezrond Row: K. Osborn, D. Femley T1'eaJm'er, J. Dunn, M. Moehle, P. Miller, J. Bergluncl President, E. Gebhardt, E. Ignatz, M. Maddock, S. Klinginsmith, L. Sabo, L. Gough. Third Row: B. Nor- ris, S. Gargus, J. VonKamp, C. Gay, J. Wyszynski, M. Goodenow, S. Moran, J. Neumeyer, B. Nichols, I. Bako, J. Smith, L. Layton, M. Aebie. Fourth Row: M. Schmittgen, J. Strong, C. Leonard, J. Kowal- ik, S. Smith, P. Gillies, M. MacDonald Vice-President, A. Williams, P. Hess, M. Leonard, J. Foss, J. Jones, C. Adams. 'I27 BIOLOGY Science Increases Front Row: W. Avcrbook, R. Smith, D. Hanison, G. Nagy, D. Hostutler, J. johnson, M. Hanes, J. Kuebler. Second Row: S. Farhas, V. Kitson, B. Lyon, K. Morse, J. Demirjan, P. Heath Two of the scientific clubs in E.H.S. are General Science and Biology. Each year the Lorain County has a Science Fair for each public high school to compete in. Biology and General Sci- ence each encourage their members to develop a project for this event. Stu- dents in both of these groups work strenuously on their projects. E.H.S. usually has several winning students that have participated in the annual Science Fair. The students of these clubs, which meet regularly after school, enjoy meaningful meetings. Mr. Beals, their adviser, helps the stu- dents with their Science Fair Projects. Front Row: L. Mecera, S. Krugman, G. Donovan. Second Row: Mr. Walker Ad- zfirer, R. Dute, G. Ladd. 128 J. Allen, D. Elzey, J. Briggs, K. Burrows, G. Dostall, D. Wlaker Fourth Row: S. Stoyt, S. Schaffer, M. Mueller, J. Wherry B - McDaniel, L. Schubert, M. Moonan, L. Mertz, J. Walters, B. Roe core, L. Kirby, D. Roe. Third Row: J. Willimns, J. Dellefield, GENERAL SCIENCE 'fill 1 cw 2524? .... t r. ... t f fx, . My .- . , gf . hge, 'iw ,,,. V, . 3 L A W as .Q my N M K t W 2 3 WWW!! 1 W 4 fhfrigi at - if ..: ,, Xb. W is +1 4, ..-, 1 , , . . f we - f. , - - -.,..:,g,:y::s5,:"---.5 fa K 7 T Q. , jj ' 1 -. .'-. -'fi ifie s-13155 . M 'f:3jQ?1 if . ' s S ...at Q eg ".:::'ei::e " -A -V g - - -- - - - f K ,.,. f 1. t my - ' ww- Scientific Knowledge CHEMISTRY From Row: Mr. Sandrew Adviser, N. Nutter. L. Layton, T. Day, tryman, D. Schriner. Fourth Row: M. Katz, B. Jones, R. Towell, Mr. Allen Adviter. Serond Row: A. Berke, C. Daney, T. Coun- B. West, B. Bobel. Many students of E.H.S. go on and further their sciences with chemistry. Chemistry plays an important part in the creation of everything found in our environment. Some of the products of the chemical processes are the essentials of life . . . air, water, food, clothing and building materials. In chemistry the stu- dents do different types of experiments with many types of chemicals and in analyzing chemical shapes and forms. The students in Chemistry Club work on projects for the Science Fair. These students start at the beginning of the year on these projects and when the final hour comes they know their proj- ects and are ready to give their reports to the judges. These students work hard all year for the Big day. Fred Vohis preforms one of the many ex- periments designed to give the student practical experiences in Chemistry. 'I29 Math Club Members Discover New Horizons. To the members of Math Club, math is a mystery and an inspiring challengef This group meets twice a month and spends its time solving difficult problems. If after many attempts to solve a problem the stu- dent fails, it is presented before the group. Then the fun begins. Suggestions concern- ing the procedure are offered in rapid suc- cession. In practically no time at all a solu- tion is discovered and a feeling of accom- plishment spreads through the group. In addition to its regular meetings, it sponsors dances and participates in many other school activities. Unknown object? Apparently not, for Charles Daney seems well versed as he explains this mathematical figure to interested members of Math Club. Fzrrt Row C Bidmger Secretary M Stammitti D Kennedy V160 Pfeildml J- BIOWH, E- Gibbs, B- 101195, J- Parker, D- L Baker J Howell Second Row C Daney N Horn P Benko Schriner Prendenl. Red Cross Aids the Community. Front Row: D. Wasuk Preriderzt, S. Dyke, D. Kubischke, S. Jal- owiec, M. Griffiths, S. Jaffe, P. Ryan, B. Carin, S. Taylor, S. Klingensmith, J. Smith. Second Row: K. Osborn, R. Maiden, M. Wasuk, B. Riech, L. Rieth, J. Reisinger, N. Hatcher, S Gould, S. Witherspoon, S. Stammitti Secretary-Treasurer, P Lutz, S. Slosier, J. McCain, J. Fenn, D. Haywood. Third Row. P. Madok, M. Suhr, K. Morse, D. Hostutler, R. Gienke, M. Pon- dy, C. Kelser, C. Kern, C. Harrington, M. Joslin, J. Griffiths, B. Rieth, J. Schwochow, S. Bosley, E. Camp, L. Caughlin. Fourth Row: S. Llewellyn Adviser, M. Hancock, M. Philian 1 L. Church, K. Crum, D. Stith, J. Mills, J. Zak, B. Beal, P. Houghtaling, -B. Lyon, K. Homsher, I.. DeFazio, L. Layton, G. Whitworth, M. Maddoch. Fifth Row: M. Washka, S. Chess- rowrn, L. Nichols, D. Wilbern, J. Kowalik, L. Schneider, G. Pitts, M. Murry, E. Ware, S. Janas, J. Krugman, F. Bloedorn, C. Reed, K. Parsons, J. Shores, L. Bechtel. Sixth Row: J. Kratchen, B. Beal, M. Schmittgen, J. Billman, B. Billman, L. Gough, P. Gil- lies, M. Saxe, M. Allen, M. Scott, D. Schnur Vice President, A. Williams, J. Bergman. Formed for the purpose of helping others, the Junior Red Cross maintains good will throughout the year. This group profits by the satisfaction of aiding those who are less fortu- nate than its members. By sponsoring money making projects such as dances and bake and candy sales, they are able to fulfill their many ambitions and goals. During the Christmas Season the members purchase clothing, repair old toys, and present them to an adopted family. At Easter a needy family is supplied with a hearty meal. This group is truly a worthwhile organization and one which is greatly beneficial to a growing community. Preparation for supplying a needy family with clothes and toys at Christmas begins with the careful purchas- i ing of important articles. 131 SENIOR HI-Y IUNIOR HI-Y Hi-Y Renders Service Front Row: J. Kolb Trearurer, J. Mikoy, D. Livingstone, M. Denman, J. Ferancy, T. Fosselius. Second Row: T. Innes, C. Rosen- baum, J. Buswell, S. Allen Prerident, D. Kellogg Secretory, S. Austin. Third Row: D. Dangerfield, L. Parker, W. Hogan, D. Pallas, D. Heidlberg. Front Row: D. Wayne, J. Braden, C. Gill, T. Davis, D. Walker. Briclge, J. Knispel, D. Hoffman, R. Spinks President, P. Hel- Second Row: V. Noe, F. Jolley Secretary, R. Johnson, J. Mc- frich. Guire, D. Less Vice-Prerident. Third Row: B. Stich, B. Bain- 132 to the School . As one glances down the halls of E.H.S. he sees huge posters encouraging the student body with sayings as "Trample the Trojans" and "Corral the Rangers". This is one of the many ac- tivities the Hi-Y group performs in the school. This group puts on the annual Thanksgiving assembly and also assists the community in aiding with the United Fund by distributing posters to the many establishments. This organization is divided into four units - Senior, Junior, Sophomore, and Freshmen. Under the capable hands of Mr. Johnson, the Hi-Y adviser, the boys hold weekly meetings at the Y and further themselves for their position in later life. Hi-Y members stage their annual Thanks- giving assembly before the student body. Front Row: A. Petersen Prerident, G. Jones, D Smith R Pack Parker M Garber B Bridgett D Cutter B Oldenburg Thzrd B. Hinderer, D. Pitkin Sergeant-At-Armr, D Ganobcik T Row C Salisbury Vece President S Endoizzi J Herwrg J Bowen. Semnd Row: G. David, J. Rockwod D Knowles J MICFOP J Dumke G Ach D Barnes B Davis B Befkef F.T.A. Encourages Future Teachers. Front Row: M. Stammetti, S. Jaffe, D. Haywood, N. Mayah, J. Cellars, J. Minert, J. Lodi, H. Baumhardt, B. Boggs. Second Row: S. Ott L. Sweet, A. Demas, D. Emlich, L. Sarnovsky, J. Farrow, J. Kratchen, E. Miraben, S. Mann, C. Bidinger, M. N3-egele, S. Foss. Third Row: Miss Leach Adviter, J. Watts Treasurer, P. Ryan Secretary, J. Dillman, R. Mihalis Hirtorian, J. Berglund, N. Gast, C. Peter, M. Pondy, M. Hancock, C. Dean, B. Iayton, B. Hill, F. Murray, C. Harrington, J. Moore. Fourth Row: C. Brenneman, B. Swift, L. Wfilliams, M. Suhr, C. Crow- ther, C. Corueil, A. Pellersdottir, B. Hoogenboom, S. Dyke, L. Layton, J. Zak, J. Baumhardt, P. Lutz, M. Griffiths, C. White- 134 head, B. Bonn. Fifth Row: C. Neighbor, M. Noehle, S. Moran Librarian, M. Maddock, L. Sabo, S. Greening, M. Aebie, C. Leonard, M. Fabian, C. Heiclersback, K. Fischer, C. Batdorf, D. Femley, B. Hannond, G. Pinter, J. Rainy. Sixth Row: P. Benko, K. Robinson, M. Dickie, S. Braegger, J. Mills, D. Miller, A. Stoyke, J. Hayes, M. Philion, S. Redington, V. Kayclen, J. Wyszynek, M. Saxe, S. Hovey, D. Roig. Seventh Row: L. Bechtel Prerident, J. Fowkes, G. Bailosky, J. Buswell, C. Burk- hard, S. Hays, D. Searls, R. Stevenson, C. Eskins, L. Nichols, L. Rubin, S. Hubbard, L. Nofziruer. Future Business Leaders of America aims to prepare its members for leadership in the business world. The club sponsors such activities as field trips to business concerns, guest speakers, instructional films, contri- butions to welfare needs, preparation of the high school honor roll fork publication, and maintaining a business education bulletin board. Future Teachers of America aims to acquaint its members with the teaching profession. The club members hear guest speakers, instructional films and usher at civic affairs. In the spring these students gain practical experiences in teaching classes in other schools. Linda Bechtel and Miss Leach, adviser, plan the program for the coming F.T.A. meetings. F.B.L.A. Plans for Business Careers. Front Row: Mrs. Dickie Adviser, W. Queen, S. Rowe, S. Ott, S. Jalowiec, S. Slosier, N. Hatcher, P. Gembka. Second Row: A. Brown, S. Saplak, C. Bosley, P. Stauffer, S. Melton, S. Stam- mitti, S. Grasse, M. Shreve, M. Nicholson, J. DiieWald, C. Meese. Third Row: J. Gannon, J. Horrocks, K. Morse, S. Bosley, E. Camp, J. Carter, L. Weeks, N. Bracik, R. Klingshirn, Front Row: C. Murawaski, M. Vash, F. Gainer, J. Botomer, K. Schalkner, D. Nofzinger, P. Ehlers, J. Axx, J. Crites, L. Harding Serretnry. S. Vietzen. Second Row: B. Reynolds, J Rowell, J. Capp, D. Gruber, D. Knowles, R. McHenry, A. Horn- beck, Sf Reeser, M. Dickie, S. Geog, N. Mayak, L. Vfhitney. Third Row: S. Folley President, B. Sirtinger, E. Spicer, S. Kadec- bek, I. Bako, R. Harbert, A. Harbert, S. Davis, P. Houghtaling B, Ginger-y, V. Gunder, K. Rogers. Fourth Raw: R. Sparks, S. Freeman, D. Kubischke, D. Hosturte, D. Somogyi, D.'E1k.in, J. Broege, M. Featherstone, S. Hosford, P. Rourke, J. Provoznik, P. Abahaszi. Fifth Row: G. Taylor, D. Crawford, S. Gould, L. Sekerak, S. Robinson, S. Jones, S. Jones, J. Kratchen, L. Cay- senter, J. France, M. Shreve. B. Bellman, C. Kinnerly, R. Gunke, S. Wycoff. Fourth Row. H. Krueger, S. Braund, K. Bara, B. Riech, B. Bara, K. Machnaur B. Nichols, F. Murray, B. Vash, B. Beal Trearurer, K. Nelson J. Wyszynski, R. Masey, D. Handyside. Fifth Row: D. Wasuk P. Cross, J. Neumeyer, J. Stone Vice Preridertt, E. France, A Willimns, B. Beal, C. Cilema, D. Sooy Reporter, J. Wircensld L. Schneider, M. Wasuk, B. Adair, Mrs. Dickie Advirer. 135 1 7 Student Monitors Front Row: N. Nieding, L. Hartsel, B. George, S. Blecman, S. Dyke, K. Osborn, C. Sage, D. Perkins, D. Kubischke, B. Carin, P. Ryan, R. Hasko, N. Saxe, L. Sarnowsky, C. Adams. Second Row: C. Becker, K. Bara, B. Riech, S. Witherspoon, M. Peabody, P. Harcula, J. Lodi, J. Stuckey, A. McDonald, B. Hill, J. Foss, N. Gast, T. Doan, R. Stevenson, M. Philion, M. Joslin, M. Han- cock, J. Griffiths. Third Row: R. Nixon, G. Jones, S. Hill, J. Jones, J. Kiser, G. Snyder, 1. Westcott, J. Dunn, C. Sharp- nack, G. Howell, A. Young, M. Allen, R. McHenry, H. Vicent, J. Hayes, A. Bordy, E. Gibbs, Kr Homsher, A. Vfhite, A. Abahazi. Fourth Row: G. Johnson, P. .Boythem, M. Leonard, R. Metzig, H. Spike, K. Crum, D. Moss, P. Hess, J. Strong, B. Helfrich, C. Front Row: J. Reisinger, B. Boggs, P. Thompson, J. gele, D. Haywood, L. Hummrich. Second Row: C. S. Spike, J. Botamer, G. Poetlethwart, L. Bruce, 1. Smith, S. Knepper. Third Row: D. Hildrerh, L. Sheffield, P. Demos, L. Snyder, J. Mowry, B. Gingery, S. Gochenourjj. Van de Voort, J. Earley, P. Swain, S. Jalowiec. Fourlb Row: F. Carmon, D. Kisel, J. jones, P. Gawlik, K. Wynn, M. Moody, J. Carter, L. Lanaghan, M. Rowen, K. Kunkle, G. Slack. Fifth Row: R. Weaver, A. Sojdacz, G. Boyle, J. Bergman, S. Heflen, B. Sittinger, S. Braegger, G. Kearse, S. Bordy. I36 Monitor Fern Murray watches as Tom Stringer tries to pull fire alarm. Vargo, N. Hatcher, N. McDowell, L. Smith, M. Nae- Winters, S. Horvath, D. Spicer, F. Murray, C. Kern, Protect E.H.S. Halls Lab Aids Assist Chemistr Teachers. Every day the chemistry teachers have stu- dents coming in each period to help them in their work. These pupils are known as lab aids. They often aid in preparing experiments by getting out the flasks, thistle tubes, beakers, test tubes, petri dishes, and other containers that may be needed. The chemicals are also pre- pared by some of them. The work would never be done on time if the lab aids didn't help by grading the tests given in the classes and also by mimeographing some of them. The chemis- try teachers should really appreciate the help and work of these errand runners. Front Roux' P. Myers, B. Carin, P. Hylton. Second Row: D. Wolff, L. Bechtel, J. Zak. Third Row: T. Fosselius, J. Fowkes, K. Harrington. Announcers Act As Crystal Ball For E.H.S.'ers. Front Row: J. Zak, L. Sarnowsky, D. Miller, I.. Nichols, L. Kiser. Second Row: L. Sabo, M. Schultz, J. Wilcox, J. Smith, J. Kuss, S. Jaffe. Third Row: D. Lees, G. Gannon, J. Farrow, P. Myers, D. Roig, P. Hess, L. Layton. Fourth Row: M. Dickie, M. Washka, S. McDonald, M. Meyne, S. Beckett, C. Rosenbaum, J. Harmon. Fifth Row: B. Norris, L. Bennet, J. Billman, B. Miller, D. Livingston, L. Rubin, M. Schmitt- gen, D. Wolff, S. Smith. "Good-morning!" This cheery greeting is repeated daily over the P.A. system by our student an- nouncers. To become an an- nouncer the pupil must be tested for voice and speech qualities. How could we know the coming events unless these students read the re- minding announcements? 138 Students Keep Librar In Order. Front Row: S. Grasse, S. Greene, M. Nicolson, J. Ward, J. Provoznik, A. Demas, J. Segraves, P. Lutz, M. Guignette. Sec- ond Row: S. Thomasson, D. Emlich, S. Bullock, J. Earley, L. Lanaghan, L. Hill, B. Lriaia, J. Briggs, P. Klein, N. Cloyd, J. Slack. Third Row: S. Strickler, R. Maiden, H. Krueger, A. The library is a world of books and who is more at home in this world than Miss Scott, Miss Smith, and their helpers? These advisers and pupils spend much of their free time checking and repairing books. They also place books in the right shelves. Another duty of Jackson, J. Reidenger, L. Harding, A. Reid, R. Phillips, N. Neiding, S. Curt. Fourth Row: S. Redington, V. Kayden, D. Pitts, M. Shirley, D. King, D. Wolff, K. Perkins, D. Page, A. Wojdacz, J. Kasubinski, S. Janas. the librarians and staff is to prepare interesting dis- plays for our enjoyment. It is a great responsibility to work in there, but the pupils can have fun while working. The students who work in the library are very fortunate because they can gain a better knowledge of it. orkers Perform Office Duties. l 1 The office workers, students of E.H.S. who perform duties in the office, are under the direction of the secretaries. During the clay they file cards, deliver messages, sort mail, and run errands. The absentee lists are also made up by them. These students lift a heavy load from the staff's shoulders. J. Kowalk, J. VonKamp, B. Beal. 139 Front Row: D. Sellers, C. Heinders- bach, B. Somers, D. Spicer, J. Moore. Second Roux' P. Miller, J. Snier, P. Rzemiski. Third Row: B. Hoogen- boom, P. Peat, D. Roig, C. Winter, S. Young, P. Stone. Fourth Row: C. Knepper, J. Farrow, N. Schmittgen, S. Folly. Fifth Row: B. Norris, L. Rubin, Cafeteria orkers Aid in Lunch Preparation. Front Row: L. Snyder, Ware, S. Reams, D. Sellers, K. Rogers, R. Hasko, S. Bosley, S. Schoen, C. Meese, J. Diewald, S. Krug- man. Second Row: S. Bonhill, E. Bendik, R. Strickler, S. Bur- gess, C. Wissinger, E. Gibbs, C. Ross, J. Moore, D. Spicer, S Kaderbak. Third Roux' C. Kline, J. Howath, I. Bako, P. Der- uchie, T. Bastik, B. Hansford, G. Boyle, J. Dunn, C. Knepper, "Lunch at last!" Without the cafeteria workers we would not be enjoying the delicious food we are eating now. These workers help prepare sandwiches and salads, act as cashiers, and assist in cleaning the E. Spicer, M. Hanes. Fourth Row: D. Miller, R. Rankin, B Shannon, J. Davies, J. SapP, G. Acn, J. Goforrh, J. Piatr, B Ignatz, R. Stanberry. Fifth Row: D. Fenn, G. Kailes, T. Gutow- ski, B. Hambley, D. Bell, T. Bell, E. Huffman, P. Henry, B Sabo, G. Lander. kitchen. For their service they receive a fifty cent lunch and valuable training on the preparation and serving of foods. These ambitious students are under the excellent supervision of Mrs. Jewell. Photo Squad Develops Skills of Photograph . Front Row' Mr. Laughtenschleger Azi- rfirer, L. Nofzinger, L. Shaffer. Second Row: W. Wasterfield, R. Fidder, B. Fowls, M. Coley. Third Row: J. Broadwell, C. Mueller, R. Pack, W. Shusten, B. Oldenburg. To some students the click of their camera may someday mean a job. Members want to learn about the cameras and how they work. With their adviser, Mr. Laughten- schlager, the group takes field trips to areas near Elyria seeking inter- esting subjects to photograph. 140 Projectionists Present Films of Interest. i "Oh boy, We go to 215 East for a movie today -- or is it 215 West?" How many of us realize the value of these movies which supplement our education while bringing us worthwhile informa- tion? The movies are shown by capable projectionists who also splice films and keep the pro- jectors in perfect working order. Front Row: Mr. Lautenschleger Aziviref, J. Klingshirn, L. Shaffer, R. Ody. Sec- ond Row: C. Mueller, D. Krugman, J. Thompson, T. Day, B. Becker. D.E.C.A. Practices job Experience. Front Row: S. Iadow, S .Ott, K. Kemery, E. Jones, V. Rock, S. Brown, J. Yost, D. Jones, K. Beal. Second Row: M. Wool- Often we go into a store and see someone we recog- nize working there. Most of these working students belong to D.E.C.A., Distributive Education Club of America. These members usually work fifteen hours a Week, thus gaining sound experience for the future. fork, E. Dyar, T. Mason, R. Seagraves, C. Coleman, T. Williams, D. Simmons, C. Greer Jr., Mr. Deeds Adrfirer. We have all seen the displays in the D.E.C.A. window, which is one of their favorite projects, but their true favorite is the annual "Employer's Banquet." Here the employees act as hosts to their employers while both enjoy an evening of food and fun. 141 Spanish Club Studies Customs Of Spain. Front Row: B. Engelland, T. Spergin, S. Nagy, J. Shores, R Reid, S. Jaffe, J. Kuss, L. Smith, C. Kern, C. Kelser, B. Howe- kamp, M. Marlett. Second Row: J. Gibbons, E. Ferry, B Lawrence, J. Grobe, S. Belcar, G. Benton, N. Gast Treasurer, D. Roig, L. Souslim, J. Wasserman, J. Moore, D. Sellers, J. Schwo- chow, D. Eckhardt, R. Hasko. Third Row: G. Miller A. Reid B. Bonn Secretary, L. Hadaway, L. Nofzinger, J. Broadwell, M. Collin, S. Palagyr, J. Schilling, J. Botamer, E. Drennan, C. Todd, C. Smith, L. Drage. Fourth Row: M. Hancock, S. Red Bueno! To an average high school student this would mean nothing, but to a pupil taking Spanish he would quickly recognize the meaning. Ac- quiring the knowledge of a foreign language seems to interest many stu- dents Who have a desire to learn. At a few of the beginning meetings movies or slides are shown of Spain. Lectures and reports are given on the Spanish people and their customs. In this Way the members learn more about Spain and receive a better understanding of the language. During these meetings novel ideas are mentioned and many interesting projects are discussed. Nedra Gast places a wafer on a new Span- ish student's nose. This is one of the stunts that are done the night of an initiation. ington, J. Strong, K. Mitchell, B. Balko, T. Mikoy, N. Nemitz, J. Janosik, S. Janas, M. Jones, C. Adams, A. Wofdaa, G. Ches- rown, L. Sarnovsky. Fifth Row: K. Smith, J. Mierop, V. Alex- ander, R. Pertis, J. Belamy, P. Lingenfelter, G. Bailosky, N. Orvis, A. Stoyke, M. Suhr, K. Mierop, C. Claycomb. Sixth Row: N. Horn Vice-Prerident, S. Baker, J. Jones, B. Stich, B. Fort- man, K. Lengel, A. Charles, T. Bowen, L. Evens, M. Herbers, M. Goodenow President, C. Daney. 142 French Club Encourages anguage Stud . Front Row: J. Griffiths, A. McDonald, E. Taps, M. Towner, S Stone, J. Johnston, S. DeMarco, S. Staszak. Second Row: P Sanford, D. Kennedy, C. Bowen, B. Custar, J. Enyeart, S. Mur- bach, N. Schmittgen, D. Wilbern. Third Row: K. Wyatt, J Bassett, M. Allen Vice-Prexident, C. Gay, S. Gargus Pretident, E. Ignatz, M. Berkebile, D. Peirce, V.'DeI.ong, P. Cook, L. Brink L. Moore, M. Takacs. Fourth Row: L. Layton, D. Femley, J Dunn, M. Mcveen, T. Watson, S. Farkas, D. Beres, K. Burrows S. Schmidt, N. Horn, B. Maynard Treaxurer, J. Petursdotti, B Front Row: A. Demas, D. Gutowski. J. Sninks, M. Stanford. B. Altfeld, K. Burnett, T. Filczer, M. Butcher, D. Banister. N. McDowell. Second Row: K. Webb, S. Ehrman, M. Zink, S. Brown, R. Ogle. S. Schunk, D. Hay- wood, J. McCain, M. Machabee, C. Bryner. Third Row: Mr. Prichet Ad- virer, D. Schroeder, J. Kopis, N. Schu- mar, N. Price, G. Johnson, L. Krug- man, L. Robinson, K. Mack, A. Mc- Kay, J. Wilcox. Fourth Row: H. Hae- fele, L. Kaatz. C. Wells, K. White- house, B. Rieth, L. Rieth, L. Butz, L. Weinstein, S. Mole, C. Shaw. Wouldn'r it be wonderful if we could fly to France. Of course you would visit Notre Dame Cathedral, Eiffel Tower and . . . Paris. The French Club members visit these places through movies and slides. Hoogenboom, S. Curtis. Fifth Row: L. Evans, E. Lebhardt, M Saxe, B. Gillies, M. Gimben, S. Hovey, M. Pondy, M. Clebone J. Jones, C. Chandler, J. Crawford, L. Kirby, P. Stone, J Edwards. Sixth Row: S. Lindquist, L. Kenney, M. Schmittgen D. Rock, S. Harmon. L. Callihan, J. Rubin, J. Wyszynski, C Corueil, L. Church Secremrafg C. Crowther, W. Beal, A. Ott M. Brown. Seventh Row: V. Schaefer. L. Nickols, C. Eskins. D Schnur, L. Rubin, J. Kohlhepp, F. Burkhard, J. Henery, D. Ganobirk, L. Bechtel, D. Hoffman, G. Bailosky, D. Stith. 'I43 x 1 Latin Club Explores New Vistas. Front Row: V. Doorneweerd Ad- virer, D. Toth, B. Boggs, B. Swoft, D. Hildreth Secrelary, M. Stam- mitti, M. Hanes. Second Row: L. Villareal, S. Llewwllyn, M. Joslin, C. Biclinger, F. Murray, B. Layton, C. Dean, C. Harrington. Third Row: S. Gould, N. Bader, K. Os- born President, P. Auxer, A. Aba- hazi, S. Shepard, M. Aquilino, J. Hayes, P. Benko. Fourth Row: C. Whitehead, J. Rainey, C. Kurtz, D. Haag, B. Atkin, S. Young, R. Netzig, D. Miller, R. Maiden. Fifth Row: K. Crum, M. Philion, G. Keatse, P. Patterson, K. Bahak, S. Krueck, E., Gibbs, P. Henry Vice Preridenz, P. Mory. To belong to Latin Club is quite an honor for the. E.H.S. student. This year's members were given scrolls as invita- tions to join this well known group. The prerequisite is an A. or B. average since the be- ginning of the year. German Club Accomplishes New Skills. This group has started il brand new season with their adviser Mr. Wolf. Fred Vorhis will be giving some talks on Germany, since he spent his junior year over there as an exchange student. German Club brings pleasure to those learn- ing this foreign language. Front Row: D. Schilling, S. Smith, fl. Harmon, J. Bergman, J. Zaleski, R. Maddock. Second Roux' S. Spike, J. Howell. M. Peters, A. Ewing, J. Niel- son, J. Watts, L. Sweet, L. Pleska. Third Roux' N. Nutter, C. Peter Secre- tary, M. Kilzer, S. Bates, K. Fisher, B. Hammond, H. Baumhardt, D. Gruber. Fourth Row: J. Jones, L. Baker, C. Bar- dorf, C. Stewart, M. Aebie Vice Preri- denl, W. Nichols Treamrer. E. Dyer, M. Vorhis, S. Blecman, G. Pinter. Fifth Row: F. Vorhis, D. Reuesser, J. Walters, D. Roe, L. Smith, J. Burrows, M. Wilford, C. Summer, D. Wolf Adrfirer. Sixth Row: T. Gutowski, D. Lees Prerident, R. Johnson, K. Chris- tensen, W. Miller, G. Yovan, J. Her- wig, M. Noonom. 144 Players Club Furthers High School Drama. Front Row: J. Vande Voort, M. Gordon, S. Ott, S. Jaffe, C. Har- rington, P. Swain, M. Schmittgen, S. Slosier. Second Row: J Farrow, K. Gienke, S. Beckett, M. Griffiths, J. McCain, P. Lutz P. Ryan, D. Kubischke, J. Kratchen, M. Towner, C. Sage, S. Jaloweic, J. Griffths. Third Row: I. Braun, C. Whitehead, W. Williams, J. Zak, G. Pinter, L. Sarnovsky, N. Schrnittgen, J Players Club is one of the most recognized groups at E.H.S. The plays presented for p the public this year were the '5 Angels' and J the All School Play. Mr. Toth helps the T members receive enjoyment out of their work while they learn the art of dramatics. After working strenuously for 100 hours members are installed into Thespians. Bergman, K. Emlich, S. Floyd, M. Rowen, L. Layton. Fourth Row: D.,Pal1as, J. Mikoy, D. Diewald, M. Dickie, M. Washka, S. McDonald, M. Gimben, L. Church, P. Hess, P. Meyers, C. Rosenbaum, L. Rubin. Fifth Row: B. Norris, B. Beal, J. Schmittgen, J. Fowkes, R. Brekelbaum, D. Roberts, F. Finegold, J. Brown, B. Miller, P. Arnez, R. Walton. This scene represents the Senior Class play for 1962, "My Three Angels". The students that are featured in this picture are left to right: Jerry Brown, Dick Roberts, Molly Washka, and Pat Myers. The characters portrayed life in a French convict colony during the Christmas sea- son. The cast gives the "Three Angels" a home and meal for Christmas. The actors and ac- tresses gave very realistic characterizations that won approval from students and parents alike. 145 A.I A Stresses Perfection "Neatness in craftsman and ac- curacy in dimension" is the goal reached by the boys who partici- pate in this organization. Advanced Industrial Arts offers to the more excelled students a chance to over- come greater obstacles in the field of Industrial Arts. These boys come from Mechanical Drawing, Metal Working, and Print Shop classes and unite to express their ideas more freely. The activities of the club include A.I.A. jackets, sponsoring a dance, annual Spring banquet and the presentation of the A.I.A. trophy to the outstand- ing member. Upper: Dennis Fly cautiously sets the type for the printing press. Lower: Ralph Huffman and David Livingstone artistically add the final touches to their plans. From Row: 1. Harmon Treasurer, A. Ledyard A Young D Edgan T Williams Mr Hall Adwrer Tb rd Rau J Jankow Kalo, S. Hill, J. Goforth, C. Hunklel, B Fornash R St Peter ski Iumor Representatwe B Hamley D Cheney D Spieker E. Hill. Second Row: F. Bowen, J. Strohsack Sergeant At Arm! D Papuga D Ray Vzce Preszderzt D Livingstone D Higgin T. Miller, G. Pitts, C. Remick, P. Frederick C Nelson F botham Secretary R Huffman Prendent I. Ross 146 V.I.C. Prepares Students for Industry. Front Row: N. Hazelton, D. Carrick, R. Walker, G. Ruck, W. Dixon, T. Gentile, R. Oakler, R. Nemeth, I. Sustrik. Second Row: D. Ternes, D. Hower, R. Novak, R. Burnett Much. Shop Sergeant-At-Armr, J. Branch, L. Pritt Auto Mech. Sergeant-At- Arms, W. Krugman, D. Drake, D. Douglas Weld. Secretary, Mr. Richards Weld. Adviser. Third Row: QR. Harcula, D. Low- ery, S. Kelly, T. Britton, B. Getty, J. Wysocki Mach. Shop See- retafry, C. Altheide Weld. Vice-Prerident, D. Nagy Weld. Presi- dent, J. Vincent, G. Wfoodcock Auto Mech. Treasurer, Mr. Kis- sebirth Auto Mech. Adviser. Fourth Row: J. Olah, D. Richards Like to tinker with automobiles and their engines? Do complicated machines and their actions interest you? How about at- taching metals with hot torches? If any of these excite your curiosity, Vocational In- dustrial Club is the ideal organization for you to join. Boys from Machine Shop, Auto Mechanics, and Welding unite to form this very interesting group. Turning to the financial department, these members sell anti-freeze, wash cars, and have a dance. With this money the boys are able to attend many factories and witness the role of big machines in a plant. This is one of the largest boys group in E.H.S. V.I.C. members work carefully on the auto- mobile engine to seek its disorder. Weld. Sergeant-At-Arms, B. Fisher Weld. Trearurer, R. Castle, G. Truskowski, L. Mohrman, T. Crozier Auto Mech. Prerident, T. Olejko, J. Branch, S. Araca, D. Sallis, Mr. Kehler Aduirer. Fifth Row: D. Zack Much. Shop Treatrurer, G. O'Connor, T. Dowling Mach. Shop Vice President, G. Krugman, I.. Luther, H. Hill, R. Haywood, J. Pratt, D. Slosier, D. Toth, B. Bristow, B. Evanich. Sixth Row: R. Eckhart, T. Kaiser, L. Barres, R. Scott, G. Stang, J. Carmon, B. Masonis, J. Wolfe Much. Shop President, D. Taylor, J. Braden, E. Riley Auto Mech. Vice-Pre.ri- dent, J. Kettel Secretary, J. B. Burror. 'I47 Cadet Band Strikes S. Lindquist, L. Turk, B. Fowls, D. Handyside, S. Stout, R. Gardner, B. Roe, S. Braegger, L. Mortz, A. Orr, B. Chambers, D. Bodenheimer, S. Schaffer, K. Schaefer. Third Row: S. Neumeyer, L. Smith, B. Wymer, E. Moran, J. Garber, C. a High Note. Gehrke, G. Francis, J. Cellar, B. Rirkel, T. Trescott, B. Smith, Kitson, S. Bohn, J. Smith, T. Tauney, C. Standen, M. Collier, G. Nagy, B. Bird, L. Bearer, G. Houpt, A. Riggs, T. Bakos, G. L. Ford, T. Knapp, J. Fox, J. Gardner, B. Scott, K. Resk, C. Huntley, A. Eschke, M. Porter, D. Driggps, T. Boyd, M. Mueller, Gruelick, B. Wallace, D. Reusser, R. Schau, T. Bowen, R. Dute, E. Staron, J. Kopis, B. Bara, D. Merrill, T. Spergin, R. Daniels, M. Guthman, G. Williams. L. Lloyd. Fourth Row: W. Beal, E. Robbins, B. Winchell, V. "All musical people seem to be happyg it is to them the engrossing pursuit." If someone took a peek at the Cadet Band practicing everyday, they would find that this was certainly true. Their pur- suit is to someday be a member of the Senior Band. Their happiness comes after smoothing out that last rough spot in one of the sections. It is the Cadet Band's purpose to prepare the members for tryouts and membership in the Senior Band. These music- ally inclined people are also active in selling pop- corn at football games and presenting concerts. 'I49 Senior Band Marches through Front Row: C. Sanders, C. Batdorf, B. Swift, C. Flood, S. Hub- bard Vice-Preridenl, L. Sweet, K. Robinson, M. Berkebile, D Banister, C. Whitehead, M. Thompson, K. Harrington Treasurer, J. Averbook, C. Kurtz, N. Nernitz, 1. Watts. Second Row: G. Bailosky, P. Stone, D. Pynchon, H. Blake, S. Krueck, D. Hoff- man, G. Schulhof, D. Curtis, D. Houston, J. Wilcox, M. Good- now, C. Scott, P. Peat, M. Homsher, S. McDonald Secretary, C. Leonard, M. Kastler, WR. Reber, J. Matek, T. Axx. Tbird Row: B. Stanton, S. Reams, D. Christensen, S. Braegger, S. Ott, P. Kirkpatrick, J. Axx, P. Gillies, S. Greening, D. Sieker, G. ,i 2' ' 1 +'fj?SS?f?i7J?Y4TT' Q af-. .. . . .. ,. Q f, .Hawaii--1-12,71 f C of 35 Q x f'A S if .. .gi Y 5 .: -7-.-are .J :. rf-.. f. - ... Aiea:-FIG 5 - V Q 1 i il 1 . P .... Majorettes: C. Bryrer, C. Leonard, M. Thompson. Drum Majoi, Larry Williams. C. Dean, and K. Reese. Absent, P. Gillies. 'I50 another Successful Year Davis, N. Horn, J. Watford, B. Bridgett, L. Baker, J. Howell, S. Stone, M. Martin, S. Melnyezuk, B. Rieth, B. Boyd, A. Pe- terson, C. Bryner, M. Gimbon, S. Chambers, L. Metzger. Fourth Row: C. Buck, M. Fabian, D. Stang, G. Pinter, C. Dean, L. Gough, K. Reese, W. Murray, B. jones, B. Wallhead, D. Wil- "Music hath charms," and our E. H. S. concert band is no excep- tion. We all enjoy going to Spring and Mid-Winter concerts, given annually. Our football games wouldn't seem natural without our high-stepping band out there pep- ping up the team and fans. Be it ninty miles to Marion, or ten to Lorain, the marching band follows the team to cheer them on to vic- tory. "It is in learning music that many youthful hearts turn to love." "You over there! We must have absol- ute perfection in this band, and that means every single section." liams, B. Breckinridge, M. Katz, B. Trockley, C. Harrington, S. Sukey, B. Hargraeves, G. Haag, C. Nelson, D. Sooy, P. Lingen- felter, L. Williams President, R. Gingery. Fifth Row: F. Lynch P. Betz, T. Marek, J. Parker, J. Rockwood, T. Davis, J. Harmon, D. Dangerfield, A. Adams, G. Smith, S. Endrizzi. 'I51 ?-famiH1wJ12Hws:u'5a3aiiQsw25'mgga:fx'gsnQmwcmizs:f.si2f' , ' -, f. 421 --if ffn:fqw+f,:'vzA, ,, 11. fx wr f 3 5 s E zu E 2 MK Q 1 5 Q rl W fl 1 an ,A Ji 5 Front Row: S. Brown, D. Peret, D. Coleman, A. Ewing, S. Cartwright, L. Weinstein, E. McDermott, A. Becker, D. Espa- sandin, B. Evenchik, R. Fenn, G. Hoogenboom, W. Klein. Sec- ond Row: M. Davis, B. Altfield, S. Cather, P. Bonnallie, S. Krugman, C4 Davis, P. McCray, C. Bosley, K. Burnett, C. Mere- dith, D. Krugman, W. Fabian, C. Given, D. Thatcher, B. Engel- land, B. Wallace, B. Yoder, P. Gimbka. Third Row: D. Hayes, S. Murbach, J. Nelson, J. Stewart, B. Sparyd, J. Rubin, V. Schaefer, P. Hawthorne, N. Price, L. Butz, D. Powelson, J. Messaros, D. Holloway, J. Derringer, F. Triplett, D. Tripplett, J. Stevenson. Fourth Row: J. Ware, J. Anderson, S. Byajn- ski, H. Lawson, C. Greulich, J. Willis, L. Evans, B. Grant, J. Miko, D. Looper, R. Boylan, D. Schrener, J. Burrows, D. Bech- tel, R. Maddock, D. Reinhradt, C. Fackler, M. McVeen, J. Henry. Fifth Row: C. Aronald, S. Mcllaughlin, B. Copleym, C. Jones, M. Gibson, B. Williams, G. Dyer, J. Wyszynski, J. Schilling, F. Miles, C. Dall, S. Wolff, S. Lay, M. Eddington, C. Bannerman, S. DeMarco, R. Moyer, J. Gannon, K. Mach- nauer, C. Kopsco, C. Kelly, N. Harris, C. Kline. Sixth Row: S. Balcar, I. Towsend, S. Shores, M. Wiseman, R. Edwards, S. Pratt, P. Brown, S. Easton, K. Miller, J. Hazletr, K. Parsons, K. Forokes, S. Jones, L. Callihan, J. Ewards, S. Harmon, B. Byars, D. Beres, B. Billings, S. Leach, S. Melton, S. Hosford, E. Price, S. Liebhardt, Mr. Green Director.- The Freshman Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Green, is a group of boys and girls with their goal set for Senior Choir. Besides singing, the members learn a- bout the elements of music, melody, rhythm, and harmony. A Cappella Choir Is 154 Goal of Freshman Chorus. A' if if-E Front Row: C. Sparks, M. Wasuk, C. Reed, K. Leimbach, N. Henderson, L. Heavner, M. Richard, L. Cotton, R. Gabara, B. Davis, S. Stout, A. McKay. Second Row: L. Varga, L. Duncan, F. Miller, B. Whitman, L. Krugman, P. jefferys, C. Gill, B. Ward, J. McCune, G. Henderson, B. Myer, J. Wasserman, H. Harvey, S. Farkas, L. McKenna, S. Soley, M. Vorhis. Third Row: N. Cross, J. Gales, B. Mergard, D. Elzey, J. Rowell, S. Eldridge, S. Sprague, K. Schalkner, S. Weigl, G. DeLong, J. Derrick, S. Staszak, S. Ehrman, M. Palen, M. Marlett, P. Olah. Fourth Row: M. Richardson, S. Hottenstein, L. Kirby, J. Craw- ford, D. Brisendine, I.. Brink, F. Bloedorx, G. Melhinc, M. Lingerfelt, C. Wells, L. Wherry, M. Jones, H. Briton, J. John- ston, D. DeMarco, L. -Branch, D. Knepper. Fifth Row: D. Pap- enbrock, P. Perkins, D. Pertress, C. Schaffer, L. Bennet, L. Moore, J. Cazeau, B. Wymer, S. Kneiss, B. Blanco, L. Angton, I. Shepherd, K. Cuson, T. Westfall, S. Komko, J. Seghy. Sixth Row: S. Hall, L. Hill, J. Spinks, M. Stanford-, C. Gehrke, J. Hanlin, R. Zvara, N. Henes, C. Bates, K. Bohn, J. Standen, A. Klein, B. Koepp, B. Lodge, D. Schroeder, C. Standen, Mr. Green Director. 155 A Cappella Choir Delights Front Row: S. Taylor, N. Hutchings, S. Klingensmith, L. Reith J. Horrocks, C. Winters, L. Layton, M. Gimben, E. jabs, M. Ber- kebile C. Bryner, J. Wilmx, S. Kirkhart, P. Myers Trearurer, C. De Merco, J. Kuss, S. Jaffe. Second Row: J. Baumhardt, C. Brennernan, M. Aebie, D. Balcar, M. Campbell, S. Gargus, E. 156 Ignatz, L. Baker, S. Chesrown, H. Spike, V. McKnight, D. Fem- ley, M. Griffiths, C. Neighbour, E. Lowery, N. Schmirtgen, M. Towner, Mr. Beck Director. Third Row: S. Schmittgen Secre- tary, M. Wfashka, J. Strong, M. Schmittgen, J. Schmittgen, B. Norris, L. Stallings, L. Williams, D. Stith, L. Nichols, C. Eskins, Belonging to the A Cappella choir is the dream of every boy and girl who starts out in the fresh- man chorus. To the chorusters, it is the greatest organization in the school, and every E.H.S.'er can tell you how much prestige goes with choir membership. The members of the choir have to work very hard to please their exacting direc- tor, but after all the work is over and a successful concert ends with an auditorium ringing with ap- plause, everyone agrees it has been worth it after all. Before a night rehearsal some ambitious choir members decorate for the Christ- mas concert with bright-colored balls. Ml Audiences with Inspired Singing, Curtis, S. Greening, G. Bailosky, S. Smith, M. Mac Donald, Harmon, J. Westfall, D. Fox President. L. Williams, G. Hig- . Rock, G. Boyle, Fourth Row: D. Abahazi, N. Eddy, B. Weis- gans, P. Helfrich, P. Dutot, N. Hagins, D. Williams, J. Skaggs, an, D. Smith, K. Silverberg, B. Sabo, J. Rosen, S. Austin, C. B. Miller Vice-Prerident, D. Fell, P. Lingenfelter, L. Saddler, L. ill, J. Meckley, D. Cobb, W. Nichols, D. Lees, C. Crozier, A.. Luther, B. Jones, S. Allen, D. Brumenschenkel. rndt, P. Henry, T. Fosselius, C. Greer. Fifth Row: V. Noe, J. CHRISTMAS ENSEMBLE Front Row: E. Gebhardt, N. Hutchings, M. Campbell, S. Curtis, Row: J. Baumhardt, D. Balcar, L. Stallings, D. Fell, W. Nich D. Stith, M. Towner, E. Jabs, L. Nichols, P. Myers. Second ols, D. Abahazi, P. Lingenfelter, D. Cobb, D. Fox. 157 unior Choir The members of Junior Choir and Glee Club strive for an understanding of music in order to reach their ultimate goal of membership in A Cappella Choir. Under the direction of Mr. Green these groups are prepared for this outstanding organization. The Junior Choir is composed of both boys and girls, and meets three times a week, while the Glee Club is com- posed of only girls and meets twice a week. Both groups per- form often throughout the year. Front Row: Mr. Green, Adfuiror, P. Walker, P. Patterson, B. Canfield, D. Emlich, 1. Lodi, M. Beard, D. Strock, B. Clark, S. Cummock. Second Row: L. Thompson, C. Mitchell, K. Smith, S. Shepard, S. Redman, K. Morris, D. Crawford, R. Sparks, P. Taylor, B. Heston, R. Moore. Third Row: K. Kruel, D. Lapp, M. Griffith, K. Wercinski A. I-Iarbert, N. Gast, J. Dellefield, N. Bader, H. Vincent, D. Liechly, M. Taylor, N. Hatcher, B. Yearling, D. Hostutler. r And Glee Club 158 Prepare for A Cappella Front Row: N. McDowell, D. Sooy, R. Kuhl, T. Moneypenny, T. Robertson, E. Dyer, J. Wilson, D. Sooy, J. Kendle, J. Herwig, J. Parker. Second Row: M. Naegle, W. Williams, K. Gorro, C. Cannon, A. Reid, P. Northcutt, G. Srnith, B. Hill, R. Lee, J. Dumke, R. Fowkes, B. Burger, C. Sailsbury, B. Ignatz, J. Brian. Third Row: D. Haag, L. Biersbaugh, D. Somogyi, A. Woj- dacz, F. Gainer, M. Kastler, M. Joslin, M. Phillion., L. Church, S. Reddington, M. Haugh, S. Haskins, J. Schnier, C. Biddinger, S. Foss, D. Banister, J. McConnel, D. Barns, Mr. Green, Adviror. Fourth Row: C. Kelser, B. Atkin, S. Spike, N. Horn, D. Gruber, E. Spicer, J. Goodwin, P. Benko, J. Miller, P. Newsome, B. Bonn, B. Boggs, M. Stammitti, B. Swift, D. Elkin, S. Kaderbeck, L. Sarnov- sky, L. Searls, T. McMarh, P. Brannon. Fifth Row: B. Layton, M. Hancock, J. Griffiths, B. Maynard, L, Villareal, M. Suhr, M. Pondy, C. Crowrher, A. MacDonald, S. Blecman, R. Fitzpatrick, L. Tilberg, G. Harris, D. Crites, D. Pierce, S. Mann, L. Schneider, S. Young, J. Kearse, J. Carmon, L. Bennett, J. Billman. 159 The El ria High School Orchestra Provides Front Row: C. Brenneman, C. Eskins, C. Kurtz, N Nemxtz K Greening J Watts D Pychon C Sanders R Gruen J Robinson, L. Sweet, S. Hubbard, B, Custar, K. Hutchins M Schmittgen Third Row C Yancer C Purcell S Lewellyn M Moehle, Second Row: J. Spiegle, E. Jabs, J. Scott J Black S Varga C Schmidt P Peat J Wilcox M Goodenow S McDon Dedicated musicians from the string section of the orchestra work diligently for the same goal. The truly accomplished mem- bers of this group are selected to partici- pate in the ensemble. These students learn to prepare themselves for a memorable per- formance for the audience with only a small amount of practice. They proudly display their talent to P.T.A. gatherings, social and local happenings, and various other occa- sions. Front Row: J. Spiegle, K. Hutchins, C. Eskins, C. Brenneman. Second Row: D. Cooksey, J. Schmirtgen, M. Moehle, M. Schmittgen, J. Scott, R. Gruen. 160 usical Entertainment For It s Audience ald, C. Bowen, M. Schrnittgen, R. C. Decker, Asizxzant Director Endrizzi P Lmgenfelter D Sooy I. Williams B Bridgett Fourth Row: S. Davis, Director, E. Drennan G Higgins N B jones W Murray Taylor, D. Cooksey, F. Lynch, R. Gingery, D Dangerfield S Thrilling! Sparkling! Inspiring ! These are only a few comments which can be heard after an Elyria High School Orchestra concert. With Mr. Davis, adviser, pointing out weaknesses and highpoints, the Orchestra strives to achieve perfection in their music ar- rangements. When played, these num- bers can express many feelings which give the audience an immense pleasure. With their performance only a few days away, the orchestra learns new "finishing touches" to delight their audience. The Manners of E.H.S. Gentlemen Shine. Front Row: C. Rosenbaum Secretary, K. Roskos, D. Ferguson, V. Noe, D. Roe, D. Smith, B. Berger, B. Oldenburg, W. Keith, B. Hill, W. Queen, R. Pack Vice-President. Second Row: Mr. Pahner Adzfixor, B. Somers, D. Wayne, R. Jolley, D. Lees, B. Warde, J. Mierop, J. Herwig, B. Eckenroad, B. Becker, K. Dil- len, D. Knowles, Mr. Rakesrraw Adviror. Third Row: K. "Wow, who's that sharp-looking boy wearing the red vest?" "Well, look, there's another one . . . and an- other one!" It is not just a coincidence. These boys are the' members of that outstanding group known as the Whitehead, T. Bowen, D. Hoffman, A. Bordy, W. Williams, W. Miller, T. Warriner, L. Mollenkamp, J. jones. Fourth Row: G. Howell Preiident, K. Walker, L. Cavin, G. Jones, R. john- son, F. Harpster, B. Stich, F. Vorhis, W. Shuster, R. Parsons, D. Ganobcik, D. Pallas Trearurer. E.H.S. Gentlemen's Club. Besides doing their utmost to keep chivalry alive, these smart-looking and mannerly young men make handsome ushers at E.H.S. basketball games. can be proud of its gentlemen. Boosters Set E.H.S. Spirit Booming. Leaders' roup Promotes Physical Fitness. Front Row: N. Hutchings, E. Gebhardt, D. Hildreth, S. Free- man, J. Smith, D. Haywood, S. Bosley, K. Rogers, R. Hasko. Second Row: N. Schmittgen, P. Meyers, J. Van de Voort, S. Beckett, M. Griffiths, J. Earley Secretary, P. Ryan Vice-Pre.ri- dent, S. Dyke Trearurer, J. Kuss, D. Klubischke, C. Winters. A leader is an all-around girl. Not only has she learned the rules and nearly perfected the skills of the games, but she is a model of good sportsmanship. The gym teachers keep the girls of the leader's group busy Third Row: R. Mihalis, C. Smith, J. jones, E. SpiCCf, S- Gfeen' ing, M. Dickie Prerident, E. Ignatz, D. Miller, J. Baumhardt. Fourth Row: J. Berglund, J. Strong, B. Norris, M. Mac Donald, L. Nichols, S. Schmittgen, J. Rock, S. Ross, L. Sarnovsky. taking roll, demonstrating skills, and checking showers. To become a leader, a girl is required to pass both a practical and a written test, at the end of either her sophomore or her junior year. " . . . red and white team, fight, fight, FIGHT!" Where's that noise coming from? It's not just plain noise, it's organized noise. The source is an enthusiastic group of girls known as the Booster Club. Looking sharp in their dark skirts, white blouses, and red vests, they file into the gym on basketball nights. They add greatly to the mo- rale of our basketball team while fill- ing the gym with lively sound. Front Row: J. Baumhardt Prerident, I.. Ward, A. Demas Trearurer, J. Ward Secretary, N. Pfeiffer, J. Axx, D. Craw- ford, N. Henderson, S. Neumeyer. Sec- ond Row: F. Wissinger, T. Ware, S. Stout, P. jefferys, N. Harris, R. Hasko, M. Demas, N. Hutchings, J. Hazlert, S. Shepherd, J. Diewald. Third Row: R. Edwards, M. Fabian, M. Moehle, P. Miller, M. Klingshirn, S. Curtis, D. Femley Vice President, M. Lingerfelt, D. Beres, C. Wissinger. Fourth Row: P. Houghtaling, B. Nichols, L. Evans, B. Billings, E. Gibbs, L. Heavner, J. Neumeyer, D. Wolff, J. Dunn. ' Two blind mice? Well, not exactly. These poor creatures are merely two new members of the leaders' Group. E.H. irls Compete in VOLLEYBALL ARCH ERY Jane Schmittgen returns the volleyball over the net to Virginia Rock in hopes of another point, while Mrs. Newell serves as referee for the exciting game. TUMBLIN G BASKETBALL r Over the top goes Jill Dillman as she soars over two hopeful Jane Schmitrgen meets stiff opposition as she tries a lay-up shot. friends. Dives are one of the various tumbling exercises. Virginia Rock quickly comes in to help Jane out. 164 Intramural Sports. "Ready! Aim! Hit!" is a slogan used when target practicing. Nancy Horn awaits her turn for the use of the target. BOWLING "Strike, spare or a gutter ball." Joyce Filczer awaits the out- comc. Bowling, an after school sport, is enioyed by many. TENNIS "How do you serve?" is a question often asked when girls are learning how to play tennis. The gym teacher soon answers them. TRAMPOLIN E Polly Swain and Diana Spicer receive important instructions from Mrs. Newell as Sally Dyke and Jill Dillman demonstrate. 165 Varsity Cheerleaders Climb Ladder to Success P. Madok, J. Griffiths, M. Griffiths, S. Dyke Captain, J. Dilllman, J. Kuss, C. Purcell. j.V. Cheerleaders Obtain Experience. J. Spinks, R. Ogle, J. Filtzer, D. Crawford Captain, C. Kesler, I.. Drage. Nat Jbown: B. Heston, L. Church. Frosh Cheerleaders Learn Fundamentals. M Klimasewski Capzazr S Decker P Perkins B Myers B Davis C Whithouse, D. Pettress. "Attention ! Attention, . ladies and gents! Elyria High School now presents - Varsity! Varsity!! Var- sity!!!" This is a new yell led by the Varsity Cheerleaders at E. H. S. basketball games. These E. H. S. students work for perfection and precision timing. The Varsity Cheerleaders have won the Class AA championship for six consecutive years. Mrs. Mertz is the new adviser of all E. H. S. cheerleaders. She has brought new ideas and cheers to develop an added sense of inspir- ation to the group and the school. Varsity Cheerleaders lead enthusiastic students in a cheer during a close basket- ball game with Lorain. 'I67 , W fwfr? Qin an wives' 3531.5 ,, - ' Kwik f, fp , W.. ww - fmwwwg a-we-numrshw-W'-V ,,,,.f-.gi." 2, .Q f was .....,.. M.. o lx. E ii. E1yria's Defeats over Lorain Teams To a high school football player varsity football is the zenith of his life. After gallantly trudging through two years of Freshman and Reserve ball training he finally becomes a full- pledged varsity football player. This is the first sport of each school year and it is greeted with more and more enthusiasm. Although this season was not a spectacular one, with four wins and six losses, it did accomplish one eventful thing for the record books. Both Lorain teams were defeated by the fighting Elyria High School squad. Elyria players rally together to block out challenger and open field for Bullocks. l E Front Row: D. Crum, N. Jalowiec, P. Smith, T. Doan, J. Vin- B. Evanich, S. Hays Co-Captain, T. jackson, P. Flaherty, J. Wir- cent, R. Bunnett, K. Burkhard, C. Burkharcl, D. Nielsen, C. censki, R. Bukoff, B. Adams, P. Dutot, K. Lehman, N. Hagins, Crozier, J. Yuhas, T. Dowling, D. Johns, D. Pandy. Second Row: T. MacArthur, S. Araca, M. Martin, Mr. Sheldon Defennlue 'I70 1 En Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria d Season on HL Happy Note. 0 Alliance 21 West Tech 14 Sandusky 12 Lakewood 6 Cuy. Falls 6 Marion 6 Fremont 16 Findlay 14 Lor. Ad. King 6 Lorain Nate Hagins C315 carefully circles left end while teammates Ken Lehman 1807, Dick Nielson 1653, and Terry Doan C205 block opponent. Line Coach, Mr. Sweigard Offensive Line Coach, Mr. Wilson D. Goppelt Co-Captain, R. Breckelbaum, K. Choma, B. jackson, Defemive Backfield Coach. Third Row: Mr. Lowery Offemive M. Frankiewicz, J. Ignatz. Backfield Coach, Mr. Barton Head Coach, B. VanValkenburg, 171 Q15---9.1 ..,k 3f4g5,',g,m1g i-V,-gg-, X ' .--. ,Z y ., . 1 ,Y 1 f" ' - 'ffhfiwf .E . LL :Qvii.Q:g3.'fQ:afZ , if wvvm ESQ , I 5 , ,5. Ki K . Bob Adams t , Clay Burkhard ,H .K M. N.,,,.,,, ., . 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AA., , . , iw 9 K L M if A M f .ui Ken Dick -71 It looks like the end of the run for this Elyria opponent as the defensive ,team comes through with another importanr tackle in the game. . T .il .. i Terry Dean Bill Evan-ich Dick Goppelt to Earn Football Distinction Steve Hays Gene Higgins Larry Hubbell Bill Jackson Terry Doan, Elyria defense bac: k, pre- pares to make tac- kle on opponent as two of his teammates quickly move up to assist him. Blocking is rough and fierce as players mix it up trying to spring ball carrier loose for that im- portant score to win game. Tom Maiden 5. of '- if fjseiseyf , a, u 2 i . Dick Nielsen ,,w..s.i at ,- . w, ku 5,1 :ga swim. :s:ssg-r.- ' - fx W1 xv: 'Ye 5:'V'f?" 4 ' s W Jw We f-125, is me ,gg ws.. 2:,,,f'lg,glli use ss' :Msg ,pf 3 twat ig Uwlqgz it 4 WX M ' ll-if-Q 4 nl N 1 if Q 4, Y X Q X Q i 1 , if sgwgvssfgn YQ pg . X K.. ., ag , A -::,:: MacArthur Thomas , '-L it as y' V, if i,.. if Q s Joe Wircenske 173 Reserve Football Strengthens Varsity Hopes. As one advances from Freshmen football to the higher ranks of Reserve football he encounters a stiffer brand of competition. Now with one year of football practices under his belt he is ready to begin his first real quest to invade the varsity football squad. Having all the basic fundamentals in his mind, he is able to compete in more games than he did in his first year. 'I74 Front Row: L.. Kent, R. Pack, G. Young, C. Gill, D. Walker, D. Pitkin, A. Bordy, A. jenkins. Second Rmb: J. Horn, R. Dun- gan, C. Edwards, R. Stevenson, J. Flowers, W. Williams, T. Blakely, M. Taps, B. Pick. Third Row: J. Gleason, K. Christen- sen, J. Machnauer, H. Jackson, L. Gaskalla, D. Toth, J. Dumke, L. Schrader, G. Yovan, G. Jones, W. Miller. Fourth Rowf H. Lasion, T. Opel, G. Goodman, J. Hubbell, B. Dennis, M. Moran, C. Dean, M. Bowen, T. MacMath. Wrestling Reaches New Freshmen Football Stresses Basic Needs. As the boys interested in football come from the junior high schools and enter the halls of Elyria High, they absorb the first real coaching of their life. The Freshmen football players can really see the difference in the interest given to them by our fine Elyria High coaches. The toys are made welcome: and run through their drills aid practices with enthusiasm and high hopes of obtaining future success in Elyria High School foot- ball. Although their season is limited to a small amount of games these boys play their hearts out to win every single game. Much credit goes to these boys for their great effort and fortitude in football. Heights at E.H.S. Front Row: T. Overs, D. Strickler, B. Alley, C. Zvosechz, E. Smith, T. Brown, J. Engstrom, L. Edwards, G. Krone, P. Christ- ensen, B. Madlem, J. Martin, M. Machabee, J. Ryan. Second Row: J. Ossman, G. Nagy, L. Smith, D. Fox, L. Robinson, J. Westbrook, J. Fenik, L. Cavin, M. Thomas, B. James, D. Glover, R. Gillies. Third Row: J. Faykas, J. Heath, P. Vargo, R. Rounds, D. Anchick, H. Love, B. Corder, W. Fabian, A. Atdnt, S. Braeg- ger, L. Sweeney, D. Knowles, L. Wingard. Fourth Row: D. Frijka, B. Raddatz, G. Kozmits, M. Noonan, J. Refenny, G. Elliot, D. Powelson, B. Queen, T. Stringer, D. Looper, M. Fischer, G. Williams. Fifth Row: K. Halsey, R. Gill, T. Bolinski, D. Dohanos, A. Campbell, L. Pettis, W. Klein, L. Turnes, D. Snyder. When you view an Elyria High School wrestling match you seldom realize the hard and long practices these boys must go through to enable their bodies to with- stand the rough competition they meet. Although a fairly new sport at E. H. S., Mr. Fiore has developed our boys into one of the best in the state. We can now hold our heads high when we speak of our wrestling team. With Clay Burkhard as captain of this year's team and all the fine and hopeful returnees and new prospects, Elyria is headed for one of the best years in the short history of Pioneer wrestling. Front Row: T. Doan, M. Aquilo, L. Edwards, M. Garber, J. Ryan, T. Reaser, J. Refenniney, B. Dennis, T. Tetrel, C. Burk- hard Captain. Second Row: G. Eliot, M. Machabie, W. Fabian, C. Crozier, L. Nickolette, W. Keith, G. Goodman, D. Walker, K. Burkhard, T. Ternes. Third Row: L. Ternes, R. Gillies, J. Chapo, J. Flowers, B. Murphy, D. Andrick, D. Crum, K. Leh- man, J. Westbrook, D. Ternes. 175 Varsity Basketball Captures Conference Crown Left to Right: T. Wilburn, B. Clark, D. Roberts, R. Breckelbaum, R. Korka, B. Masonis, K. Dick, B. Meyer, M. Frankiqwicz S. Hays. Varsity basketball at Elyria High School reached its all time high last season with our Pioneers going to the State semi-finals at Columbus. This was the fur- thest any team from Elyria had ever gone in its long Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria Elyria 'I76 North Olmstead Lakewood Lor. Ad. King Berea Findlay Fremont Lorain Sandusky Tol. Devibis history. Although many fine players have been lost be cause of graduation, Elyria still has high hopes of not only duplicating last years' performance, but of going all the way and be ranked as the "Best in the State SCORES 3 3 Elyria 52 Elyria 56 Elyria 50 Elyria 43 Elyria 56 Elyria 4 5 Elyria 50 Elyria 5 3 Elyria Marion Lor. Ad. King Findlay Fremont Mansfield Lorain Sandusky Ashland Marion Varsity Lettermen Lead Pioneers. it-easel-f2if-' -U Sei:-w, me ' f my Wei 4127 .rvrg .fa .M ,, :,.- My Q ,uid 2, 53,3222 f laik ' . , ' fl :Tiff in -t. ,1 a - 'si if 5 T515 ' K W Q L 4 in , Nl' x is gg l 1 5 i W f K r " , bi Q 4411. L M ni QTQH is if M i f f' Egg fl' if f 'f l Rick Breckelbaum 5 .vawpu-iqffzi-Q - f33Q.?E,ft. . i, ' f i. . eiii ef? 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Sill-.lfff 'EVI- 5-L5, V M,,....bsgf2-- , 4 ii miifie K is -..' ,. , s i W2 Yi V aligns: 5.5 Liv 'iii-5fs'Qi'5i?i' 12551, i , Ron Korka ' f T 5: Q .Lf ' 7 fv'evfg1,fy7Q: ., W ..h, -- , 41 f fsffk' A g,. --wifigwefiis, M, ,..., ,, . ,ae A -Ira, S -65125351234 "" hfVm't4" Bill Masonis f . ' i"9'm'1 ' F? 15- f ff, 7 . 4 sie A I f1fsfi'f2fJ? V . ,ffl ,w i l ' l2"fTL2i:i' ' 553.15 ,K V,7,i,f K X52 A I -ii f : ' - ZEEYZEEEEEI. , -, -AQ: J 23 E5 "5 H mu Meyer 5 Q yggiffif vii: be 31,3 A lei ,i l if J lt Q , 5 s l ig- S an " 'F 'Q i . A ballet dance? No, .it's just Dick Roberts driving under the basket for a lay-up shot as Findlay opponent tries to block it 'eie E it ,vt V . ..'. jfkg, X , ,,z,3s5swu2 .syfsl . i?x'iE1,,.7iLli I 3 v Dick Roberts Tom Wilburn Steve Hays C501 has an easy two-pointer as Dick Roberts C221 and Marty Frankiewicz prepare to follow-up shot just in case. 'I77 Reserve Basketball Finishes Undefeated Season Front Row: T. Orvis, T. Blakely, J. Jones, W. Willimns, H. Mowery, R. Stevenson, N. Hagins. Second Row: H. Love, K. Each year as Varsity basketball draws to its close, a few boys from the Reserve squad are called up to the Varsity squad. Here these boys are given a chance to see if their training is capable to withstand the stiffer com- V Lengel, B. Van Valkenburg, B. Piper, B. Pick, I.. Gaskalla, H. Lasion, Mr. Hersman, Coach. petition. Reserve ball is steadily gaining more and more interest. It is up to Mr. Hersman, the coach, to make these inexperienced boys into the reliable men necessary for varsity ball. Freshmen A Squad Concludes Successful Season 178 When anyone at E.H.S. thinks of basketball, he only thinks of varsity or reserve ball. This is very misleading. Freshmen "A" basketball has a great deal to do with the making of the players to play varsity ball. Here in their first year of high school they begin to realize what basketball competition is really like. Front Row: D. Strickler, B. Queen, M. Fischer, D. Bechtel, Mgr. D. Schilling. Second Row: Mgr. T.AMcCoy, G. Krone, L. Calvin. Third Row: Mr. Slager Coach, 1. Davis, B. James, D. Felton, T. Overs, H. Love. Freshmen B Squad Aim for Varsity Front Row: J. Heath, G. Coven C Ross E Kuehn S Hicks Smith J Smmger G Williams Mr Sheldon Couch L. Petris. Second Row: A. Fields P Johnston I Henry J Although not as highly noticed as the other basket their senior year Knowing that they have a chance for ball teams at E.H.S. the Freshmen B squad still has varsity ball in later years these boys train and practice much pride. From the ranks of B squad have come just as hard as the A squad Much credit and apprecia many great players who starred on the varsity squad in tion goes to these boys and their coach Cross Country Runs for Praise Does running interest you? Well, if it does and you want to earn a varsity letter, Elyria High School's Cross Country team would offer you your Wish. Here you undergo a rough training program to en- able your legs to take the extreme punishment they receive. Each race is run over a two mile course which consists of hills, streams, and curves. Under Mr. Allen's guidance Cross Country teams are becoming more and more popular by E.H.S. stu- dents. Front Row: D. Smith, J. Knispel, J. Buswell, V. Alexander, D. Homitz, Mr. Allen Coach. Second Row: B. Piper, D. Roberts, B. Clark, B. Meyer, F. Burkhard. Varsity E Distinguishes E.H.S. Lettermen. Varsity E unites all the boys who have pattidpatefl Front Row: T. Doan, B. Clark, S. Hays, B. Adams, C. Rosen- in the various Spotts Such as football, basketball, track, baum, R. Bukoff, D. Nielsen, C. Crozier. Second Row: R. Breck- elbaum, D. Crum, R. Burnett, C. Burkhard, J. Buswell, D. Goppelt, B. Staskiews, K. Lehman, J. Attkisson, J. Skaggs. Third Row: P. Smith, M. Thomas, F. Bullocks, B. Meyer, B. Jackson, one of the best boys group. M. Frankiewicz, K. Dick, B. VanValkenburg, T. Maiden, Mr. Barton Ado. and wrestling. Having earned a letter in a sport, anyone is entitled to join this select organization. This is truly Athletic Office Girls Perform Useful Deeds. The duties of an athletic office worker are very numerous. They range from ticket selling to coat checking. These girls greatly aid Mr. Doan, Athletic Director, in performing the behind-the-scenes preparations necessary to maintain a well organized and capable office to further the interest in Elyria High School sports. Front Row: J. McCain, M. Aebie, L Smith. Second Row: M. Dickie, K. Gruen, R. Arthrell, S. Reeser. iso' Sportsmanship Is Goal of E.H.S. Coaches. Front Row: Mr. Swartzmiller Freshmen Football, Mr. Wilson Varsity Football, Mr. Sheldon Freshmen B Basketball, Mr. Harris Reserve Football, Mr. Lowery Varsity Football. Second Row: Mr. Zvosec Varsity Track, Mr. Sweigard Varsity Football, Mr. Barton Varsity Football, Mr. Allen Cross Country, Mr. Rakesrraw Tennis, Mr. Denison Reserve Football. Third Row: Mr, .Doan Athletic Director, Mr. Slager Freshmen A Basketball, Mr. Hersman Reserve Basketball, Mr. Fiore Wrestling, Mr. Reichenbach Varsity Basketball. Varsity Football Head Coach: Mr. Barton., Varsity Basketball Head Coach: Mr. Reichenbach. 181 Spring Sports Round BASEBALL Front Row: R. Snoble Manager, D. Dicken, S. Hays Captain, J. Buswell, D. Nielsen, T. Doan, S. Perkins, B. Summers Manager. Second Row: Mr. Wilson Head Coach, L. Gould, B. Clark, D. Baseball is becoming increasingly popular at Elyria High. Under the able guidance of Coach Wilson, the Elyria High Baseball Team has gained respectability GOLF Roberts, R. Brekelbaum, B. VanValkenburg, K. Lengel, I.. San- ford, Mr. Harris Coach. throughout the Buckeye Conference. Displaying a tough pitching staff, backed up by excellent hitters, the team ended nine of their fourteen games in victory. J. Lawrence, K. Sito, B. Cooper, R. Coveri, Mr. Barton Coach. High school golf is a sport limited to a few. Four partici- pants from each school compete in matches that are closed to spectators. Working under the fine leader- ship of Coach Barton, the E.H.S. golf team now ranks among the best in the state. ut Year's Athletics. TRACK Front Row: L. Kaatz, R. Klingshirn, B. Weisman, R. Terry, M Bowen, H. Jackson, W. Keith, P. Carter, G. Griffea, S. Araca J. Yuhas, J. Vincent, D. Crum. Second Row: D. Walker Man- ager, L. Sadler, M. Thomas, F. Bullock, T. Sabo Co-Captain, B. Staskiews, D. Wayne, S. Davis, D. Bauer, D. Goppelt, C. Croz- ier, L. Gaskalla, H. lasion, S. Hewitt. Third Row: E. Maultzsch J. Kakos, J. Garbash, D. Cheny, H. Arnold, C. Edwards, N Haginis, P. Mory, J. Skaggs, T. Maiden, G. Higgins, M. Monk D. Poling, J. Attkisson. Fourth Row: R. Varga, B. Evanich, M Frankiewitz, H. Hildreth Co-Captain, B. Sardan, C. Fitzpatrick C. Briant, D. Brown, B. Pick, L. Hubbell, L. Johnston Co-Cap- tain, Mr. Zvosec Head Coach, Mr. Lowry Coach. I To most of us, running a mile, throwing the shot, or high jumping would seem difficult, but these are only three of the-events Elyria High ttackmen participate in. They also train for discus throwing, hurdling, and pole vaulting. Co-ordination, the will to win and practice are the ingredients that make a skillful trackman. Hard work paid off last year as E.H.S. trackrnen compiled a record of six wins and one defeat. TENNIS With the coming of spring, the Elyria High Tennis team is hard at work get- ting into shape for the first match of the season. ,The netters broke the school record last year by winning four- teen matches while losing two. The team captured the Buckeye Conference championship for the fourth time in a row, and the doubles team off. Dick Holliday and Rollis Volk were runners- up in district competition at Cleveland. Front Row: D. Fox Manager, R. Hutchings Captain, D. Simmons. Back Row: D. Fell, C. Lewicki, N. Pappas, D. Holliday, R. Volk, Mr. Rakestraw Coach. ,, 183 Action and Awards Bob VanValkenburg is both down and out as he fails to score. Up and over goes pole vaulter, Sam Hewitt. Jim Lawrence demonstrates the swing that helped him to become a member of the Elyria High golf team. 184 Highlight Spring Sports In recognition of his determination to play baseball, Joel Shupp received this trophy, presented by Steve Hays. Center Right: Forrest Bullock flies through the air with the greatest of ease, even though he's not on a trapeze. Below: The expression on Dick Goppelfs face seems to suggest that throwing the shot isn't as easy as it looks. Above: Rick Hutchings presents the district doubles runners-up trophy won by Dick Holliday and Rolly Volk to Mr. McQuillin. Right: Dick Holliday Crightb follows through on his shot as Rolly Volk prepares to return his opponent's volley. g l 185 1 N l 9 Driver Troining Courtesy Cor - 16th Yeor by J. R. 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'r.v. ssnsows STAR snoe sn-lor wslss sl-loss Senior Activit Index A ABAHAZI, PAMELA S., 468 High St., Business Ed., Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, 3, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, Future Business Leaders, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2. .......... pp. 30, 135 ADAMS, BOB L., 215 Oberlin Rd., General, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Junior Choir 1, 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Var- sity E. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. .................... pp. 30, 173 ALDRICH, DAVE J., 1035 N. Pasadena, General. .... ,..... PP. 30, 50 ALEXANDER, VERNON MAC, 301 Huron St., Classical, Football 2, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Cross Country, Spanish Club 2, 4. ...................... pp. 30, 50, 142 ALLEN, MARY J., 227 Yale Ave., Classical, Monitor 2, 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Honors Read- ing Club 4, Red Cross 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, French Club Vice- Pres. 4. ................ pp. 30, 47, 59, 122, 126, 131, 136, 143 ALLEN, STEVEN R., 210 Bellfield Ave., General, A Cappella Choir 4, Publications Salesman 1, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 2, Secy. 3, Pres. 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Youth Council 1. ............ pp. 30, 118, 132, 157 ALTHEIDE, CLAIR L., 409 Henry, Industrial, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, V. I. C. 3, 4. ...... pp. 30, 50, 106, 147 ARACA, SAM A., 146 Clark St., Industrial, Baseball 2, Foot- ball 1, 3, 4, Track 3, Varsity E. 3, 4, V.I.C. 3, 4, Hi-Y, 4. .... pp. 30, 147, 170, 173, 183 ARENZ, PERRY M.. 745 W. River St., Scientific, Football 1, Crew Senior Class Play 4, Cadet Band 1, Marching Band 2, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 4, Junior Achievement 3, Treas. 3, Miniature Pictures 2, 3, Herald 2, Publications Salesman 1, 2, Movie Worker 2, Projectionist 2. -- pp. 30, 50, 122, 145 ATTKISSON, JOHN W., 327 Huron, General, Basketball 1, Football 4, Track 1, Projectionist 2, Varsity E. 2. .......,.. pp. 30, 50, 119, 146, 157, 183 AUSTIN, .STANLEY C., 1140 E. River St., General, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, General Sci- ence Club 1, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Publications Salesman 1, 2. -. -- PP. 30, 132, 157 B BAILOSKY, GINGER A., 229 Adelbert St., Classical, Basket- ball 1, 2, Tennis 2, Volleyball 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, Booster Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. .... pp. 30, 134, 135, 142, 143, 150, 157 BAKER, KEN M., 190 Adelbert St., Industrial. ........ p. 31 BAKER, TOM E., 127 Oak St., Industrial .,.......... p. 52 BARA, KAY A., 2017 Lake Ave., Business, Freshman Chorus 1, Herald Salesman 3, Monitor 4, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, I3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. ............ pp. 31, 126, 135, 136 BARRETT, RICHARD E., 201 Pasadena, Scientific .... p. 31 BASTIK, ROBERT A., 149 Eric St., Ind. Ed., Football 1, A.l.A. 3, 4. .................................... pp. 31, 140 BAUMHARDT, MARY J., 217 Sixth St., Classical, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader Captain 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Choir Ensemble 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 1, 2, 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 1. 2, Spanish Club 3, Biology Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Honors Reading Club 2, 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4, Buckeye Girls' State. .1.....,.................... pp. 31, 47, 56, 59,118,134,156,157, 163 BEAL, BEVERLY A., 343 Kenyon, Business Ed., Crew Senior Class Play, Freshman Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Office Assistant 4, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4, Play- ers' Club 4, Red Cross 4. .... pp. 31, 54, 131, 135, 139, 145 BEAL, KATHY J., 357 Furnace St., Business Ed., D. E. C. A. L 2 ................,...,,......,.....,. pp.31,14l BECHTEL, LINDA L., 1013 West Ave., Classical, Junior Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Chemistry Aide 4, Library Assistant 1. 2, Monitor 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 1, 3, Red Cross 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 202 4, President 4, Y-Teens 3. .... pp. 31,' 32, 131, 134, 137, 138, 143 BECKER, CHARLOTTE M., 917 West Ave., Business, Publica- tions Salesman 4, Tax Stamp Collector 4, Monitor 4. -. -- p. 31 BECKETT, SUSAN M., 210 Columbia St., Scientific, Basketball 1, 2, Actor Three On A Balcony, Crew My Three Angels, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Announcer 4, Athletic Office Worker 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, President 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Leaders' Club 4, Players' Club 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Youth Council 1, 2, Assembly Committee. ----..- pp. 31, 38, 54, 59, 122, 126. 138, 145, 163 BENNETT, MICHAEL S., 116 Vista Court, General. --- p. 31 BENTZ, PHILLIP E., 334 Middle Ridge Rd., Scientific, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Math Club 1, Chemistry Club 3. ............- ...-..- p P. 31, 151 BERGMAN, JUDY L., 600 Keys Dr., Classical, Basketball 2, Monitor 4, German Club 3, 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Booster Club 3, Red Cross 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. ...............---......-- pp. 31, 126, 131, 136, 137, 144, 145 BIESKE, DANIEL C., 333 Oxford Ave., Industrial, A Cappella Choir 3, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1. .......... p. 31 BILLMAN, JUDY C., 719 E. River St., General, Volleyball 1, Crew Senior Play 4, Choir Ensemble 4, Junior Choir 3, 4, Publications Salesman 2, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 4, An- nouncer 4, Spanish Club 3, Red Cross 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. .... pp.31,126,131,15s BLAKE, HARRY W., 412 Randall Rd., Scientific, Concert Band 3, 4, Publications Salesman 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3: French Club 1. ............................ pp. 31, 59, 150, 151 BLANK, SHERYL D.. 237 Hayse Ave., General. ...,.. p. 31 BOHANNON, DOROTHY L., 173 Morgan Ave., General, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Biology Club 2. ....... ..-- p. 31 BOLGER, DON G., 116 School St., Industrial, Football 1, Pro- iectionist 1. .................................... p. 31 BOSLEY, SANDRA S., 116 Williams St., Business Ed., Basket- ball 2, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Cheerleader 3, Crew Diary of Anne Frank 3, Library Assistant 1, 2, Cafeteria Work- er 1, 2, 3, 4, General Science Club 1, Future Business Leaders 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 3, Red Cross 4, Junior Achievement 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. ...................... , pp.31,126,131,135,140,151,163 BOTOS, LYDIA N., 114 W. River St., Home Ec., Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 3, 4. .......... pp. 32, 59 BOTTOMLEE, BRUCE C., 335 Broad St., Business Ed-., Monitor 4, Future Business Leaders 3, 4. .................... p. 32 BOWEN, FRED L., 71 Riverside Homes, General, Football 1, 2, Freshman Chorus 1, A.I.A. 4. .....,........ pp. 32, 146 BOYLE, GLENDA L., 701 East Ave., College Prep., A Cappella Choir 4, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Herald Salesman 1, 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Monitor 4, Cafeteria Worker 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, Y-Teens 2. .,-, pp. 32, 136, 140, 157 BRAUND, SHARON L., 524 Harvard Ave., Business Ed., Glee Club 1, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. .... P. 32 BRECKENRIDGE, ROBERT L., 284 Washington, Scientific, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4. -- pp.32,151 BRECKELBAUM, JOHN F., 928 Elywood Dr., Scientific, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Actor Senior Class Play 4, Freshman Chorus 1, Chemistry Aide 4, Monitor 4, Math Club 1, 3, 4, Honors Reading 'Club 4, Play- ers' Club 4, Varsity E. 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Youth Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Member-at-large 2, President 4, Gentleman's Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Buckeye Boys' State 3. .......--.---- pp,32,55,56,57,59,11s,119,137,145,182 BRISTOW, WILLIAM C., 117 Kaiser Ct., Welding, Basketball 1, 2, v.1.c. 5, 4. .................. .......... p p. 52, 147 BROWN, CHRIS J., 162 Hamilton St., Scientific, Herald Sales- man 1, 2, Monitor 2, German Club 1, 2, Math Club 1, General Science Club 1, Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 4, Ring Com- mittee. ........... ........................ - -pP- 32, 59 BROWN, JERRALD A., 228 Princeton Ave., Actor Diary of Anne Frank 3, My Three Sons 4, Publications Salesman 1, 2, 3, Monitor 3, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Biology Club 1, Play- ers' Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Youth Council 2, 3, Thespians 3, 4. -- pp. 32, 54, 55, 130, 145 BROWN, SANDEE D., 298 Longford Ave., Business Ed., Bas- ketball 1, Bowling 1, 2, Volleyball 1, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, Future Business Leaders 3, Booster Club 1, D.E.C.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. -- pp. 32, 141 BRUCE, MARY L., 625 Hilliard Rd., Business Ed., Volleyball 1, Crew Distinction Day 3, Publications Salesman 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 3, Mimeograph Worker 4, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, 3, Booster Club 1, Red Cross 3, F.T.A. 3, Y-Teens 1, Cafeteria Worker 4. ....-...,...,,.,-.-...,-,, p. 32 BUKOFF, RODERICK A., 614 Cornell Ave., Scientific, Bas- ketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Herald 2, 3, German Club 2, Math Club 2, Biology Club 1, Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 4, Varsity E. 3, 4, Boy's Distinction Day Committee. .... pp. 32, 49, 170 BUKOWSKI, ARTHUR E., 111 Wurst Ct., Scientific. -- p. 32 BURKHARD, DAVID C., 254 Pasadena Ave., Scientific, Base- ball 2, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 2, Monitor 4, Varsity E. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Hi-Y 4. ............ pp. 32, 54, 134, 137, 170, 175 BURNETT, RONALD A., 408 Woodland Ave., Vocational, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity E. 3, 4, V.I.C. 3, 4. ..-......... 52, 70, 147 BURRER, JERRY E., RD No. 2 W. Ridge Rd., Vocational, V.I.C. 3, 4, News Reporter. .................. pp. 32, 147 BUSWELL, JEFFREY H., 666 Lucille Dr., Scientific: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, F.T.A. 4, Hi-Y 4. .........t........ pp. 32, 132, 134, 182 C CAMP, CHERYL L., 237 Hawthorne Ave., Business Ed., Publi- cations Salesman 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 3, 4, Mimeograph Worker 4, Y-Teens 1. ...t...,...,.....,....,.-... p, 32 CAMPBELL, MARY A., 691 Bell Ave., General, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Choir Ensemble 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 1, 2, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, 4, French Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, Honors Reading Club 1, 4, Secy. 4, Y-Teens 1. ........................ pp. 32, 47, 59, 122. 156,157 CAPP, JOSEPH H., 251 Colgate Ave., Industrial, Cafeteria Worker 2. ................................ pp. 33, 135 CARIN, BARBARA A., 280 Bellfield Ave., Classical, Junior Choir 2, 3, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 1, 2, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, Chemistry Aide 4, Monitor 4, Ger- man Club 2, 3, Honors Reading Club 2, 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Red Cross 3, 4, Inter-School Repr. 4, Inter-Club Council 4, Vice-President 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, -..........-.......... pp. 33, 47, 54,122.126,131, 136, -138 CARTER, JUDY A., 1988 Hazelwood St., Business Ed., Moni- tor 4, Future Business Leaders 4. .............. pp. 33, 136 CARTER, LINDA G., 709 Clark St., Home Ec., Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2. .........2...................... 2, p. 33 CEBULA, GARY E., 328 N. Olive St., Industrial ...... p. 52 CHENEY, DON L., 202 Blaine, Industrial, Track 3, 4, Mgr. 1, 2, A.I.A. 3, 4. ...........,.......... pp. 33, 109, 183 CHOMA, KENNETH E., W. Ridge Rd., Scientific, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity E. 3, 4. ........., pp. 33, 51, 147, 157, 171 CHURCH, WAYNE A., 1250 E. River St., Scientific, Football Mgr. 1, 2, Basketball Mgr. 2, Slip Collector 1, 2, Student Coun- cil 1, 2, Executive Board 1, 2, Class Vice-President, Youth Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Honorable Mention on Na- tional Merit. .....,...........,.... pp. 33, 59, 119, 191 CLARK, JUDITH R., 324 Jackson Ave., Business Ed., Y-Teens 1. ....... , ............. -. ....... .. ..........,... p. 52 CLARK, ROBERT W., 158 Courtland St., Fine Arts, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity E. 2, 3, 4. .......... pp. 33, 182 CLEMENTO, JULIA M., 521 N. Randall, Classical, Bowling 4, Volleyball 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Transferred to E.H.S. in 1961. ...............,.......... ., .,..... pp. 33, 59 COLEMAN, CRAIG H., 903 Park Ave., Business, Herald 3, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4. ......,. p. 52 CONWAY, JAMES R., 119 Huron Sr., Industrial. ...... p. 52 COOKE, TIM, 124 Charles. .....,....-...,.,....... p, 33 COUNTRYMAN, TOM G., 1705 W. Griswold Rd., Scientific, Chemistry Club 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Treas. 4. ...... pp. 34, 51, 59, 122, 129 COURT, ROBERT L., 901 Lake Ave., Fine Arts, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Crew Senior Class Play 2, Hi-Y 1. ...... pp. 34, 51 CRITELLI, PATRICIA M., 106 Euclid, Business Ed., Booster Club 2, 3, Red Cross 3. ........2.......-- pp. 54, 51, 141 CROZIER, TOM H., 4637'ALucas Ct., Industrial, Football 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, V.I.C. 3, 4, President 4. .......... 34, 147 CUSICK, ROBERT J., 160 Hitman Blvd., Scientific, Chemistry Club 3, German Club 2. ....-.......,,..-.,.,. pp. 34, 51 CURTIS, CARL E., 211 Fifth St., Football 1, Wrestling 2, Biology 'Club 2, Hi-Y 2. ..................-... pp. 34, 51 CURTIS, CAROL J., 211 East Fifth, Business Ed, Library As- sistant 1, 2, Future Business Leaders 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. ...... PP. 34, 51 D DANGERFIELD, DOUGLAS L., 243 Harvard Ave., General, Baseball 1, Junior 'Choir 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Cadet Band 1, Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Youth Council 4. ............ pp. 34, 49, 132, 151, 161 DE MARCO, CAROL A., 338 Princeton Ave., General, Volley- ball 1, A Cappel1a'Choir 3, 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Collector 1, French Club 1, Student Council 1. .......... pp. 34, 59, 134, 156 DENMAN, MICHAEL L., 1408 Middle Ave., Scientific, Herald 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Youth Council 4. ........ pp. 34, 132 DICK, KENNY L., 161 Warren Ave., Industrial, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Varsity E. 3, 4, V.I.C. 33 Student Council 4. .......................... pp. 34, 118 DICKIE, MELANIE, 212 High St., Classical, Basketball 2, Crew All School Play 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 2, 3, Announcer 3, 4, President 4, Ath- letic Office Worker 3, 4, Monitor 2, French Club 2, 3, Future Business Leaders 2, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, President 4, Play- ers' Club 1, 4, Vice-President 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Treas. 2, Red Cross 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 4, Y-Teens 1, 4, Student Council 3, Treas. 3, Youth Council 2, 4, Corres. Sec. 4, Thespians 2, 4, Vice-President 4, Senior Class Secr'y. 4. ........--.----- -- pp. 35, 55, 56, 57, 59, 119, 126, 135, 138, 145, 163 DIEWALD, DAVID R., 230 Spruce St., General, Players' Club 3, 4, Junior Achievement 3, Hi-Y 1, Thespians. ...... p. 52 DIEWALD, JANET M., 230 Spruce St., Business, Volleyball 2, 4, Publications Salesman 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 3, Cafe- teria Worker 1, 2, 3 4, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Treas. 4. ...... pp. 35, 126, 135, 140, 163 DILLMAN, JILL C., 224 8th St., Scientific, Cheerleader 1, 4, Crew Senior Class Play, Junior Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Latin Club 2, Biology Club 2, Booster Club 1, D.E.C.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Youth Coun- cil 2, 4, Junior Class Treasurer, Senior Class Treasurer. ...... pp. 35, 59, 119, 126, 134, 164, 165, 166 DIXON, WAYNE E., 228 Adelbert St. Industrial, V.I.C. 3, 4. pp. 35, 147 DOAN TERRY L., 128 Whitman, Scientific, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Publi- cations Salesman '1, 2, 3, Monitor 4, Varsity E. 3, 4, Youth Council 1, Senior Gift Committee, Buckeye Boys' State. ...... pp. 35, 42, 56, 59. 136, 170, 171, 175, 182 DU PEROW, DUSTIN E., 425 West Ave., Crew All School Play 2, General Science Club 1, Biology Club 2, Future Busi- ness Leaders 1, 2, Players' Club 2, 4, Thespians 3, 4. .... p. 52 DUTTON, DARLENE J., 114 Neufer Court, Business Ed., L1- brary Assistant 3, Office Assistant 4. .........-.. PP. 35, 141 DYER, EDWARD W., 110 Clinton Ave., Business Ed., D.E. C.A. 4. ....................... ........... p p. 35, 141 DYKE, SALLY A., 353 Columbia Ave., College Prep., Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3,- Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Publications Salesman 1, 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, 3, Announcer 3, Monitor 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Honors Read- ing Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Treas. 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Executive Board 2, Vice-President Inter-Club 2, Youth Council 3, 4, Recreation Chairman 4, junior Princess, Queen 4. -- pp. 8, 9, 34, 35, 59, 119, 122, 126, 131, 134, 136, 163, 165, 166 E EARLEY, JACQUELINE, 141 Warren Ave., Classical, Basket- ball 3, Volleyball 1, Crew My Three Angels 4, Elyrian 2, 33 Herald 2, 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, Library Assistant 49 Monitor 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, Leaders' Group 4, Secy. 4, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Secy. 1, President 2, Inter-Club Rep. 3. ........-- ---------- ------ pp. 35, 38, 54, 59, 103, 122, 136, 139, 163 ELBERT, TOM V., 247 Fairlawn Ave., Industrial ...... p. 52 203 EMLICH, KAREN L., Box 70 RD No. 23 Scientific3 Crew My Three Angels 43 Crew After The Honeymoon 43 Herald 43 Tax Stamp Collector 43 Chemistry Aide 43 Library Assistant 1, 2, 33 Monitor 33 Honors Reading Club 13 Berg Seminar 2, 3. -- pp. 35, 54, 55, 145 ESCHKE, ANN E., 709 East Ave.3 General3 French Club 1, 2. .......................,..............,.,, p. 35 ESKINS, CAROL I., 425 Oxford Ave.3 Classical3 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Glee Club 2g Freshman Chorus 13 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 String Ensemble 3, 43 Publications Salesman 43 Tax Stamp Collector 1, 23 French Club 3, 43 Honors Reading Club 33 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1. ........ pp. 35, 37, 134, 143, 156, 160 EVANICH, BILL I. 2115 Murray Ridge3 General3 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 13 Var- sity E. 1, 2, 3,43 V.I.C. 3, 4. ...-.... pp. 35, 147, 170, 183 F FEATHERSTONE, MARSHA, 245 Hilliard Rd.3 Business Ed.3 Future Business Leaders 3, 43 Y-Teens 1. ........ pp. 35, 135 FELL RICHARD E.. 439 Randall Rd.3 Scientific3 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Tennis 2, 33 Cross Country 33 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Choir Ensemble 43 junior Choir 23 Freshman Chorus 1. ...... pp. 35, 59, 135, 157, 183 FERANCY, GERALD A., 243 Warren Ave.3 Scientific3 Hi-Y.-- PP. 35, 132 FIGULA, JESS A., 617 W. Third St.3 Business Ed.3 D.E.C.A. - ............................ ................ p . 35 FISHER, BOB F., 145 Adelbert St.3 Industrialg V.I.C. 3, 4, Treas. 4. .......,.................... ,...,...,. p . 147 FITZWATER, CLIFFORD L., 568 Bell Ave.3 Scientific3 Junior Choir 23 Freshman Chorus 1. .......-.....,,.,,---- p, 52 FLEMING, ROGER O., 444 Olivet Dr.3 General. ..-... p. 35 FLOOD, LEONARD A., 215 Warren Ave.3 Industrial.--p. 52 FLOYD, SHIRLEYANN, 281 Courtland St.3 Classical3 Glee Club 23 Freshman Chorus 13 Tax Stamp Collector 13 Players' Club 3, 4g Thespians 43 Monitor 3. -,.................-.. pp. 36, 54, 55, 116, 117, 145 FLY, DANNY L., 808 Clark St.3 Industrial. .-.. pp. 36, 146 FOLLEY, LARRY L., 264 Prospect St.3 Industrial. .... p. 36 FOLLEY, .SHARON M., 511 Dewey Ave.3 Business Ed.3 Fresh- man Chorus 13 Publications Salesman 43 Office Assistant 43 Fu- ture Business Leaders 2, 3, 4, President 43 Booster Club 1, 23 Y-Teens 13 Youth Council 4. ........ pp. 36, 118, 135, 139 FOSS, FRED W., 627 Bell Ave.3 Scientificg Basketball 13 Stu- dent Council 1. ..........-.----.----- --,,-------- p , 36 FOSSELIUS, THOMAS D., 329 Concord Ave.3 General3 A Cap- pella Choir 3, 43 Junior Choir 23 Freshman Chorus 13 Chemistry Aide 43 Chemistry Club 33 Hi-Y 3, 4. -- pp. 36, 132, 138, 157 FOX, DOUGLAS A., 1953 Lake Ave.3 General3 Tennis Mgr. 33 A Cappella Choir 3, 4, President 43 Junior Choir 23 Freshman Chorus 13 Elyrian 2-4, Co-Editor 43 Latin Club 23 Quill and Scroll 43 Class Night Committee 4. Honors Readers 4. ...... - pp. 23, 36, 41, 59, 120, 122, 157, 183 FREDERICK, PAUL I., 212 Dellefieldg Industrialg Football 23 Wrestling 23 A.I.A. 4, -...,,,,,-,-,,,-,,,,-- pp, 36, 146 FREEMAN, SHARON K. 144 Roosevelt Ave.3 Business Ed.3 Bowling 3, 43 Tennis 43 Freshman 'Chorus 13 Future Business Leaders 3, 43 Leaders Group 3, 43 Booster Club 1, 23 Y-Teens 1. 2. 4. 4 ................. ........ p p. 36, 126, 135, 163 G GALL, KATHY ..........,.,.---.,,.. ---.--,--- P , 55 GARDNER, MAURICE W., 626 Cambridge Ave.3 Scientific3 Hi-Y 3, 4. ...........,..-..,.---.. ,,,-,...--,--- P , 36 GAWLIK, PATRICIA I.. 1113 West Ave., Business Ed.3 Monitor 43 Slip Collector 33 Latin Club 33 Booster Club 3, 43 Red Cross 3, 43 Junior Achievement 3. ...... pp. 36, 136 GENTILE, JOE, 1219 West Ave.3 Business Ed. 8: Industrial3 Football 13 Track 23 Monitor 43 A.I.A. 3. ,,,,..--,--, P, 36 GETTY, WILLIAM E., 311 15th St.3 Vocational3 V.I.C. 3, 4. -- pp. 36, 147 GIEDE, CHARLES W., 348 Furnace St.3 General. ...... p. 36 GIENKE, KATHY A., 373 Beebe Ave.3 General3 Crew All School Play 1, 23 Crew Senior Class Play 43 junior Choir 33 Glee Club 23 Freshman Chorus 13 Publications Salesman 33 Tax Stamp Collector 33 French Club 33 Honors Reading Club 33 Players' Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 1, 23 Red Cross 2, 33'Junior Achievement 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, -------------- pp. 36, 111, 117, 126, 137, 145 GILLESPIE, ROBERT R., 145 DilWorth3 General. ...... p. 36 GINGERY, BETTY I., 358 Marseilles Ave.3 Business Ed.3 Freshman Chorus 13 Tax Stamp Collector 13 Monitor 43 Future Business Leaders 3, 4. .,.......1,........ pp. 36, 136, 151 204 GOCHENOUR. SANDRA D., 273 Adelbert3 Business Ed.3 Freshman Chorus 13 Tax Stamp Collector 43 Monitor 4. .... pp. 36, 136 GOPPELT, RICHARD E., RD No. 2 Murray Ridge Rd.3 Scien- tificg Basketball 1, 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 23 Track 3, 43 Cadet Band 13 Concert Band 2, 33 Orchestra 23 Varsity E. 3, 43 Buckeye Boys' State. ...... pp. 37, 57, 59, 119, 171, 183, 185 GOULD, LARRY C., 1918 Lake Ave.3 Scientific3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. .................................. pp. 37, 182 GREEN, KATHERINE I., 905 Lake Ave.3 Business Ed. -2 p. 37 GREENHOLTZ, BENNETT E., 690 Bell Avenueg Industrial P. 37 GREER, CHARLES E., 400 Louisiana Ave.3 General3 A Cap- pella Choir 3, 43 junior Choir 23 Freshman Chorus 13 General Science Club 13 junior Achievement 33 D.E.C.A. 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Student Council 43 German Club 2, Treas. 2. ....,.........-........... pp. 37, 58, 118, 141, 157 GRIFFITHS, MARY A., 324 Stanford Ave.3 College Prep.3 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 33 Volleyball 33 'Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Glee Club 23 Freshman Chorus 13 Tax Stamp Col- lector 2, 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Honors Reading Club lg Leaders' Group 3, 4, Sports Chairman 4g Players' Group 1, 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 1, 23 Red Cross 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Worship Chairman 2, Program Chairman 3, Decoration Co-Chairman 43 Youth Council 43 Girl's Distinction Day 4. - pp.37,50,54,119, 126,131,134, 145,156,163, 166 GRUBER, DOLORES K., 600 West Ave.3 Fine Arts3 Tax Stamp Collector 33 Office Assistant 43 General Science Club 13 Biology Club 23 Honors Reading Club 2, 33 Future Business Leaders 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. .................-..-- pp. 37, 126 GRUEN, KAREN C., 514 Washington3 Basketball 13 Red Sl White Game 13 Actor Distinction Day Play 3: Crew Senior Class Play 43 Glee Club 23 Freshman Chorus 13 Tax Stamp Col- lector 13 Athletic Office Worker 2, 3, 43 French Club 1, 23 Leaders' Group 33 Booster Club 1, Secy. 13 Red Cross 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 23 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secy. 3, President 43 Youth Council 1, 3, 4. .........a-- -- pp. 37, 50, 54,118.119. 126 GRUEN, ROLFE B., 514 Washington Ave.3 Scientific3 Mgr. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Actor Distinction Day Play3 Crew Senior Class Play3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 String Ensemble 3, 43 Student Council 33 Youth Council 2, 3, 4, Treas. 43 Junior Class Presi- dent 3. .................... Pp. 8, 53, 54, 119. 160, 161 GUIGNETTE, MARY ............... ....... p p- 57, 139 H HAMBLEY, ROBERT L., 602 W. 15th St.3 General3 Football 1, 2, A.I.A. 3. ........... ............. p p. 37. 140,146 HANDYSIDE, VERN C., 213 South Logan3 Fine Arts. -- p. 37, HARDING, IUDITH L., 455 Adams St.3 Business Ed.3 Herald 3, 43 Publications Salesman 3, 43 Tax Stamp Collector 3, 43 Library Assistant 43 Honors Reading Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Presiclent 1, 23 Future Business Leaders 3, 4, Secy. 4. ........ HARGRIEVES, RONALD P., 1171 E. River St.3 General3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3. ...................... pp. 52, 151 HARMON, JERRY I., 1100 Garford Ave.3 Industrialg Track 1, Mgr. 43 Cadet Band 13 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Future Business Leaders 33 A.I.A. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Junior Repr. 33 Hi-Y 3. .... pp. 38, 114, 131, 151 HARRELL, PATRICK, 656 Hilliard Rd.3 Scientific3 Basketball 13 Publications Salesman 13 Projectionist 1, 2, 33 Flower Com- mittee 4. ............................. --- pp. 37, 38 HARRINGTON, KATHLEEN L., 306 Blaine St.3 College Prep.3 Basketball 1, 23 Volleyball 1, 23 Cadet Band 13 Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Treas. 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Publications Salesman 2, 43 Tax Stamp Collector 23 Chemistry Aide 43 Moni- tor 2, 33 French Club 33 Biology Club 13 Chemistry Club 33 Honors Reading Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Youth Council 4. ..................... ......... pp. 34, 38, 119, 122, 126, 134, 138, 145, 150 HAYES, STEVE W., 366 Pasadena3 General3 Baseball 1-43 Capt. 33 Basketball 1-43 Football 1-4, Capt. 43 Monitor 43 Of- fice Assistant 43 Proiectionist 13 Varsity E 1-43 F.T.A. 43 Stu- dent Council l-33 Youth Council 1-4, Treasurer 33 Boys' State 3. ............ pp. 26, 38, 57, 59, 119, 134, 137, 170, 182 HAYWOOD, RONALD A., 402 W. 9th St.3 Vocational3 Pro- jectionist 1, 23 V.I.C. 3, 4. ---- ....... pp. 38, 57, 106, 157 HEIDLBERG, DANIEL R., 211 Eastern Hts. Blvd.3 Scientific3 Cross Country 43 Bowling 1, 23 Football Mgr. 13 Actor Senior Class Play 43 German Club 2, 33 Biology Club 13 Hi-Y 3, 43 Vice-President Senior Class. ........ pp. 38, 52, 54, 127, 132! HELFRICH, WILLIAM R., 367 Columbia St., Scientific, Bowl- ing 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, String Ensemble 3, 4, Monitor 4. ............................................ p. 52 HENDERSON JUDY HESTOR, BARBARA B., 36 Riverside Homes, Beautician, Bas- ketball 4, Volleyball 4, Red Sz White Game 4. .... pp. 38, 138 HIGGINBOTHAM, DONALD E., 635 Stoneford Ave., Indus- trial, Football 1, Track 3, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Monitor 4, General Science Club 1, A.I.A. 3, 4, Secy. 4. HIGGINS, GENE, 251 Fairlawn Ave., Classical, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas., Varsity E 3, 4. ...... pp. 38, 52, 147, 157, 161, 183 HILL, HARRY, 128 Blake St., Industrial. ...... pp. 52, 147 HILL, LARRY, 128 Blake St., Industrial. ............ pp. 52 HILL, WALLACE, 605 Park Ave., Scientific, Honors Reading Club 2, 3, Cafeteria Worker 3. ........ pp. 38, 52, 102, 118 HOGAN, WAYNE R., 1915 Lake Ave., Scientific, Tennis 2, Hi-Y 4, Flower Committee 4. .......... pp. 37, 58, 132, 138 HOMSHER, MICHAEL T., 246 Howe St., Scientific, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Monitor 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, Berg Seminar 3, 4. ....,,.... pp. 39, 59, 122, 150 HOOVER, ALBERT G., 405 Middle Ave., Business ...- p. 39 HORNBECK, ALICE L., 143 Fairlawn Ave., College Prep., Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, Publications Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Collector 3, Chemistry Aide 4, Slip Collector 4, Honors Read- ing Club 1, Future Business Leaders 4. .......... pp. 39, 135 HORROCKS, JUDITH N., 305 Spruce St., Business Ed., Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Collector 2, French Club 1, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. .......,..,,.....,.,,,-, pp, 39, 133 HOWELL, GARY A., 235 Columbus St., Business Ed., Foot- ball 1, Freshman Chorus 1, Monitor 4, Movie Worker 1, Pro- iectionist 1, Slip Collector 1, D.E.C.A. 4, Vice-President 4, Hi-Y 1, 4, President CViceD 2, Student Council 1, 4, Youth Council 1, Gentlemen's Club 4. President 4. .... pp. 39, 118, 136, 162 HUBBARD, SUSAN M., 741 Washington Ave., Classical, Bas- ketball 1, Volleyball 1, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Pub- lications Salesman 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Secy. 3, Booster Club 3, D.E.C.A. 2, 3, 4. .........e pp. 39, 45, 59, 134, 150, 160 HUBBELL, LAWRENCE K.. 241 Adelbert St., Scientific, Foot- ball 1, 2, 4, Track 1, 3, Projectionist 2, 3, Photo Squad 1, Var- sity E 4, Hi-Y 2, 3. ,......-..-.....,,-.,,-- pp, 39, 185 HUFFMAN, RALPH E., 710 West Ave., Mech. Drawing, A,.I.A. 3, 4, President. .........,..,.,,.,.., w.,-,-, p p, 39, 146 I-IUMMRICH, LINDA B., 412 Lorain Blvd., Business Bd., Mon- 1f0f 4- -------------------- ------..-..-.. p p. 39, 136 HUSTON, PEGGY A., 449 W. 15th St., Business Ed., Bowling 1, Cadet Band 1, Junior Achievement 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. - p. 39 I INNES, TERRY G., 1021 Park Ave., Business Ed., D.E.C.A. 4, Hi-Y 4. .................. ,.....,,,.,,.,,.., P , 39, 132 J JABS, MARILYN M., 281 Roosevelt Ave., General, Freshman Chorus 1, Tax Stamp 'Collector 1, Monitor 3. .......... p. 39 JACKSON, ANN M., 131 Mendel Ct., Business Ed., Library Assistant 3, 4, Future Business Leaders 3, Booster Club 3, Red ,Cross 3, Y-Teens 3. ..-... 1 --,,,.-, T --,,-----,,--- P, 39 JACKSON, DELPHINIA, 353 1!2 Maple, Business Ed., Glee Club 1, Cadet Band 1. .,...-.-........,.-.-,,..... p, 39 -JACKSON, GLORIA JACKSON, WILLIAM M., 511 Lowell, General, Baseball 1, 4, Basketball 1, 3, Football 1, 4, Track 1, Monitor 3, Varsity P 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. ............. ............. - - pp, 39, 171 JAFFE, SHARON B., 421 Beebe Ave., General, Actor All School Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Crew Senior Class Play 4, A Cappella Cholr 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Sales- man 1, 4, Ta.x Stamp Collector 4, Announcer 4, Slip Collector 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Players' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 4, Treas. 1, Student Council 1, Thespians 2 3, 4, Treas, 3, ,-,.,,,,,,---,-,,-,- pp- 34, 39, 54, 55, 59, 122, 126, 131, 134, 138, 142, 145, 156 JA LAYA WENDY G., 722 Hammer Ct., Business Ed., Bowling 3, Junior Achievement 3. ................,....,.,,, p. 39 JALOWIEC SUSAN N., 271 Boston Ave., Business Ed., Bas- ketball 1, Volleyball 1, Cheerleader 1, 2, Captain 2, Crew My Three Angels 4, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, 4, Monitor 4, Slip Collector .1, 3, Future Business Leaders 1, 4, Secy. 2, Players' Club 1, 4, Red Cross 1, 4, Y-Teens 1, 4, Youth Council 4. ....--..---- -- pp. 59, 47, 54, 119, 126, 131, 135, 136, 145. JEFFERYS, RICHARD A., 1957 Hazelwood, Industrial. - p. 39 JOLLY, RONALD D., 2064 Lake Ave., General, Hi-Y 4, Gen- tlemans Club. .............................. pp. 40, 162 JONES, DIANE L., 627 Furnace St., General, Junior Choir, Freshman Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Collector 1, D.E.C.A. 4, Treas. 4, Y-Teens 1. .............................. pp. 40, 141 JONES, ELIZABETH SUE, 245 E. Broad St., General, D.E.C.A. 4. ........................................ pp. 40, 141 JONES, JOYCE L., 213 Oberlin Rd., Business Ed., Monitor 1, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 1. .............. pp. 40, 126, 136 JONES, SHARON L., 741 W. River St., Business Ed., Bowling 1, 4, Tennis 3, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Library Assistant 2, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4, Players' Club 3, Y-Teens 1, 2. .................. p. 40 JONES, WILLIAM W., 704 Bond St., Business Ed., Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Herald 3 Publications Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Chemistry Aide 3, Proiectionist 1, 4, Slip Collector 1, 3, General Science Club 1, Chemistry Club 2, 3, Photo Squad 1, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Youth Council 3. ...,.................... pp. 40, 157 JONES, WILLY J., 613 W. 15th St., General, Freshman Chorus 1. ............................................ p. 5 JORDAN, LEONARD C., 1529 W. Griswold Rd., Scientific.-- pp. 40, 59 K KADAS, PATRICIA M., 137 Lake Ave., General, Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, 3, Library Assistant 1, 2, Cafeteria Worker 1, 2, 3, General Science Club 1, 3, Biology Club 2, Honors Reading Club 1, Future Business Lead- ers 1, 3, Players' Club 3, Junior Achievement 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. ...................................... .... p . 40 KAISER, TOM R., 128 Garvin Ave., Vocational, V.I.C. 3, 4, Reporter 4. ................................ pp. 40, 147 KALO, JOSEPH A., RD No. 2 West Ridge, General, Herald 4, Spanish Club 1. .......................... pp. 40, 121 KASUBINSKI, JANET H., 164 Bath St., Business Ed., Library Assistant 3, 4, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 2. .... pp. 40, 139 KAYE, NANCIE A., 603 Wendy Lane, General, Basketbaill 1. ......................................... --- p. O KELLEY, SHARON L., 132 Eastern Heights Blvd., Home Fc., Basketball 1, 2, Bowling 3, 4, Tennis 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Moni- tor 3, Future Business Leaders 2, Leaders' Group 4, Booster Club 1. ....................................-... p. 40 KELLOGG, DUANE G., 221 Lexington Ave., Scientific, Her- ald 1, Math Club 3, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. -- pp. 40, 59, 1327 KEMERY, KAREN K., 260 Brandtson Ave., Business Ed., Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 2, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, D.E.C.A. 4, Y-Teens 1. .... pp. 40, 141 KENNERLY, CONNIE L.,' 625 Nelson St., Business Ed., Base- ball 2, Basketball 1, Spanish Club 3, Future Busines Leaders 4, Varsity E 1, Booster Club 3. ........-.......-. PP. 40, 135 KENNEY, EDWARD A., 594 Keys Dr., General ...... p. 52 KETTEL, JAMES A., 355 Louisiana Ave., Vocational, Honors Reading Club 1, V.I.C. 3, 4, Secy. 4. .....,.... pp. 40, 147 KIRKHART, EVELYN S., 245 George St., Business Ed., Bas- ketball 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4. ,,...,.........,...... pp. 40, 47, 126, 156 KIRKPATRICK, PATRICIA A., 163 Bellfield Ave., General, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collectorl. ..................... - pp. 40, 150 KISER, DONALD J., No. 2 Person's Ct., General. ...... p. 41 KLINGSHIRN, ROY W., 1105 West Ave., General. -- p. 41 KNEPPER, SHIRLEY M., 2903 W. River Rd., General, Fresh- man Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Monitor 4. - pp. 41, 136 KOEPP, NANCY A., 1950 Elyria-Lorain Blvd., Business Ed., Office Assistant 4, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, Booster Club 1, ,-,,.,....,,.................. ....-......... p . 41 Kota, JAMES M., 612 Park Ave., Classical, Herald 4, Publi-' cations Salesman 4, Hi-Y 3, 4- ---------- ------ P P- 41, 152 KOVIAK, ROBERT J., 552 Turner St., Fine Arts. .... p. 41 KRONE, WALTER K., 350 Longfellow St., Scientific, Publi- cations Salesman 1, Monitor 3, 4- .-------- --- PP- 41, 137 205 KRUEGER, HAZEL H., 132 Roosevelt Ave., Business Ed., Bowling 4, Library Assistant 4, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2. ........,.,,,..i.. pp. 41, 135, 139 KRUGMAN, JANET L., 286 Griswald Rd., College Prep, Basketball 1, Publications Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Collector 3, German Club 2, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4. -- pp. 41, 54, 59, 122, 131 KUBISCHKE, DONNA J., 215 Roosevelt Ave., Business Bd., Baseball 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Actor Dis- tinction Day Play 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Future Business Leaders 4, Leader's Group 4, Players' Group 4, Red Cross 4, Y-Teens 4,' .,.-.-,,-,,-.-,-,--,-,----., pp. 41, 122, 126, 131, 135, 136, 145, 163 KUSS, JANET A., 227 6th St., Business Ed., Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 1, 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, Announcer 4, Slip Collector 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Youth Council 1, 2, 3, 4. Member-At-Large 2, Corresponding Secy. 3. ...... pp. 33, 41, 118, 119, 126, 138, 142, 156, 163, 166 L LA DOW, SUSAN R., ,322 Pasadena Ave., Business, Publica- tions Salesman 4, Tax Stamp Collector 4, D.E.C.A. 4. ...... p. 41, 141 LANAGHAN, LINDA L., 120 Parkview Ct., Scientific, Tax Stamp Collector 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1. ............ pp. 42, 59, 135, 136 LANDER, GARY A., 1139 E. River St., Scientific, Football 1, 2, Library Assistant 2. .................... pp. 42, 140 LAUBENTHAL, MARILU, 172 Nottingham Dr., General, A Cappella Choir 2, Junior Choir 1, Monitor 4, Junior Achieve- ment 3, Senior Class Poet. ..............,. pp. 42, 53, 108 LAWRENCE, BERTHA, 725 W. 18th, General, Basketball 3, Bowling 1, Tennis 1, Volleyball 3, Spanish Club 1. .......... pp. 42, 142 LEININGER, WALTER JAY, 210 E. 9th St., Industrial, Track 4, Monitor 4. .................................. p. 52 LIEBHARDT, VERNA, 259 Infirmary Rd., General .... p. 52 LIVINGST ONE, DAVID W., 263 N. Olive St., Scientific, An- nouncer 3, 4, Projectionist 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, General Science Club 1, Photo Squad 2, A.I.A. 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Sgt. At Arms 3. .,.......-.. pp. 42, 132, 138, 146 LOWERY, EDITH M., 111 Erie St., General, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Sales- man 3, Monitor 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, Math Club 1, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, Secy. 2, Players' Club 1, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, Thespiansf ..-. pp 42, 54, 117, 123, 124, 156 LUTHER, LARRY F., 1517 Lake Ave., Vocational, A. Cappella Choir 4, V.I.C. 3, 4. .................. pp. 42, 147, 157 LUTZ, PENNY S., 991 Valley Blvd., Scientific, Crew Senior Class Play 4, Glee Club 2, Publications Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, Library Assistant 4, Slip Collector 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Secy. 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Vice-President 4, Student Council 2, 4. .................................. pp. 33, 42, 54, 59, 118, 122, 126, 131, 134, 139, 145 M MAC PHERSON, JACK D., 616 Park Ave., Fine Arts, D.E.C.A. 4, President 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 Treas. 3, Youth Council 4. ........ pp. 43, 119 MAIDEN, THOMAS M., RD No. 2 W. Murray, Scientific, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. .... pp. 43, 54, 146, 157, 173 MASON, THOMAS E., 505 Foster Ave., Business Ed., Crew All School Play 4, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, 3,Junior Achievement 3, D.E.C.A. 4 .................... pp. 43, 141 MATEK, THEODORE T., 124. Marseilles, College Prep., Base- ball 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4. ...... pp. 43, 54, 131, 151 MATTHEWS, PAUL J., 511 Ironwood, Business Ed. .... p. 52 MC CAIN, JANICE F., 354 Hawthorne St., College Prep., Bas- ketball 1, 2, Volleyball 2, Publications Salesman 4, Tax Stamp Collector 3, 4, Athletic Office Worker 3, 4, Office Assistant 2, German Club 2, Secy. 2, French Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 3, Players' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1, Secy. 4, Youth Council 3, Inter-Club Council 1. ........ pp. 42, 54. 131, 143. 145 MC CULLEN, RAY E., 107 Gulf Rd., General. ........ p. 42 MCDONALD, SUSAN M., 509 Park Ave., Scientific, Bowling 206 2, Tennis 1, Actor The Wall 3, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Tax Stamp Col- lector 1, 2, Announcer 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Math Club 2, Biology Club 1, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Players' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Youth Council 3, 4, German Club 2.-- pp. 41, 42, 59, 119, 122, 13s, 145, 150, 161 MC GHEE, BOB W., 607 N. Murray, Industrial, A.I.A. 3. .... ' pp. 43, 107 MCHENRY, RUTH A., 1938 N. Ridge Rd., Business Ed., Publications Salesman 3, Monitor 4, Biology Club 2, Future Business Leaders 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. ........ pp. 43, 136 MCKINNEY, RONALD L., 1716 West Ave., General. -- p. 43 MENNELL, ROBERT A., 209 Yale Ave., Business Ed. -- p. 43 MEYER, WILLIAM K., 115 Park Ave., Scientific, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Tennis 1, Track 3, 4, Publications Salesman 1, 2, Monitor 4. ...... pp. 43, 152, 156, 176, 177 MEYNE, MARILYN J., 269 Brandtson, College Prep., Bowl- ing 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Cadet Band 1, Con- cert Band 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, Majorette 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Announcer 3, 4, Athletic Office Worker 2, Latin Club 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. ............ pp. 43, 130, 131, 138 MIKOY, JAMES R., 1017 Pasadena, College Prep., Football 1, Track 2, Crew My Three Angels 4, Monitor 4, Players' Club 4, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Hi-Y 4. ......................... -pp. 43, 132, 137, 145 MILLER, STERLING A., 5713 Elyria Ave., General, Junior Achievement 4. .........2........................ p. 43 MILLER, THOMAS C., 340 49th St., Industrial, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, A.I.A. 3, 4. ...... pp. 43, 146 MILLER, WILLIAM P., 110 Euclid St., Scientific, Actor My Three Angels, Senior Class Play, After the Honeymoon, A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, An- nouncer 3, 4, Monitor 4, Math Club 3, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Junior Achievement 3, Assistant Treas. 3, Youth Council 4, Co-Chairman World Affairs Comm. 4, German Club 2, Senior Class President, President Elyria Coun- cil of Protestant Youth. ................................ pp. 22, 43, 54, 55, 57, 119, 122, 137, 138, 157 MILLER, WILLIAM R.. 2103 Lake Ave., College Prep., Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, Orchestra 3.-- pp. 18, 43. 59, 100, 131, 137 MINERT, JOAN E., 334 Cornell Ave., College Prep.: Actor Distinction Day Play 3, Crew Senior Class Play 4, Publications Salesman 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Transferred to E.H.s. in 1960. --..--....-------------- pp. 43, 126, 134 MOHRMAN, LAWRENCE E., 796 North Ridge, Industrial, V.I.C. 3, 4. .------------------------------ -pp. 43, 147 MOREY, DEEANNE M., 1424 Faxon Pl., General, Bowling 2, Herald 2, 3, 4, Publications Salesman 2, 3, Monitor 4, Span- ish Club 2, 3, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 1, 3. - pp. 43, 108, 122 MORRIS, DONNA J., 128 Edgewood St., Business Ed., Tax Statnp Collector 1, 2, 4, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, Junior Achievement 3, 4 -------------------------------- p. 43 MOWRY, JUNE R., 619 Bell Ave., General, Chemistry Aide 4, Monitor 3, 4, Slip Collector 4, Honors Reading Club 2. -- pp. 43, 136 MURPHY, ROBERT W.. 310 Roosevelt Ave., College Prep., Wrestling 3, 4, Monitor 4. --.-.-.- -- pp. 33, 44, 137, 175 MURRAY, WILSON I.. 314 16th St., Business Ed., Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3. 4, Orchestra 3, 4. .----.-..--.------.--.---..- pp. 44, 45, 151, 161 MYERS, PAMELA D.. 921 East River, General, Basketball 1, 2, Bowling 1, 3, 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Chem- istry Aide 4, Monitor 3: Slip ,Collector 4, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. -. ---. pp. 44, 108, 116, 118, 138 MYERS, PATRICIA A.. 525 Washington Ave., Classical, Bas- ketball 1, 3, Actor My Three Angels 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Treas. 4, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 2, Announcer 3, 4: Chemistry Aide 4, Biology Aide 2, German Club 3, Latin Club 2, Aedile 2: Honors Reading Club 1, 2. Secy. 1, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Y- Teens 1, 4. President 3. Inter-Club Council President 4, Buck- eve Girls' State 3, Chairman Girls' Distinction Day Comm, 4, Distinction Day 4. ---- ---- ----------------.--------- -- pp. 44, 50, 54, 56, 58, 59, 126, 138, 145, 156, 163 N NAGY, DAVID R., 117 Louisiana Ave., Industrial, V.I.C. 3, 4, President Q .---------------------- .-... Q p. 44, 147 NEDWICK, RAY I. 382 White Oak Dr., Scientific, Bowling 3, 4, German Club 2. ........,,,,,g ,,,---------,- p , 44 NEIGHBOUR, CAROL J., 207 Emerson Ct., Classical, A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4, Freshman Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, Tax Stamp Collector 4, French Club 3, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 4. ....,v....e,,, pp. 44, 45, 59, 122, 134, 156 NELSON, KATHIE j., 126 Homesite Ct., Business Ed. Bc Home Ec., Volleyball 1, Publications Salesman 3, 4, Tax Stamp Col- lector 3, 4, Mimeogtaph Worker 4, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, Cabinet Member F.B.L.A. .,................e,,o......,. p. 44, 122, 135 NICOLSON, MARIE, 371 Concord Ave., Library Assistant, General Science Club 1, Future Business Leaders 4, junior Achievement 3, 4, Secy. 4. .........,.,,, pp, 52, 155, 139 NIEDING, NANCY A., 290 Adelbert St., Classical, Publica- tions Salesman 1, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Library Assistant 1, 4, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 4, Treas. 2, President 4, President Library Workers 4- ----.--.-----.-.-.e,.,e - pp. 44, 56, 59, 126, 136, 139 NIELSEN, DICK I., 159 Cornell Ave., Scientific, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Herald 1, Varsity E 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Collectors' Committee Bowling 4. ....... --- pp. 44, 147, 170, 171, 173, 182 NOSTER, BARBARA R., 264 Winckles St., Business Ed., Mimeograph Worker 4. .....,......-,-,.,,,,,,,,, -, p, 44 O OLAH, DONNA M., 166 Dilworth St., Business Ed., Mimeo- graph Worker 4, Future Business Leaders 4, Y-Teens 3, Trans- ferred to E.H.S. 1960. ...........A................ p. 44 ORVIS, NICOLE L., General, Bowling 1, Freshman Chorus 1, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Distinction Day 3. .................................. pp. 44, 137, 142 OTT, SHARON A., 138 Manor Dr., Business Ed., Tennis 1, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Publications Salesman 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Booster Club 2, D.E.C.A. 4, Secy. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Oouncil 2. ....... pp. 44, 126, 134, 135, 141, 145, 150 P PACHUTA, JOHN D., 156 Stanford Ave., Scientific, Math Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Hi-Y 4. ..,,,,.,......,,...... p. 44 PALLAS, DAVID E., RD No. 2 Russia Rd., General, Actor Wall 3, Cadet Band 1, Elyrian 2, 3, 4, Business Mgr. 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 3, Publications Salesman 3, Math Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Players' Club 3, 4, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Treas. 4, Hi-Y 4, German Club 3, Sgt. At Arms 3, Secy. Boys' Bowling, Quill and Scroll. ......,,..,,,, pp. 44, 120, 132, 145, 162 PAPUGA, DON G., 615 Eastern Heights Blvd., Industrial, A.I.A. 3. ..................,,..,,,,,,,,...... -, p. 44 PARKER, LAWRENCE I., 201 Hawthorne St., Scientific, Base- ball 1, Basketball 1, Publications Salesman 3, 4, Monitor 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 3, 4, Youth Council 4. -.. ......,. pp. 42, 44, 59, 118, 119, 132 PASADYN, MARILYN A., 208 Longfellow St., Art, Freshman Chorus 1, Herald 3, Future Business Leaders 4, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 1. ...........,.............,u......e pp. 44, 59 PAVLICH, IOYCE M., 1981 Northwood Ave., Business Ed., Freshman Chorus 1. ..........,,,,...,......e,,... p. 44 PERKINS, DONNA L., 441 Adams St., Classical, Basketball 1, Bowling 1, 2, 4, Tennis 2, Monitor 4, Red Cross 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, German Club 2. .....,.......... pp. 45, 126, 136 PETERMAN, BEVERLI R., 513 Metcalf Dr., Business Ed., Basketball 1, Crew Balcony Scene 3, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publication Salesman 3, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, Ring Salesman 3, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, 3, Players' Club 1, 2, 3, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. .......,.............,...,.....u.......... p. 45 PETURSDOTTIR. AUDUR, 102 Miami Ave., Reykjavck, Ice- land, Classical French Club 4, F.T.A. 4, Youth Council 4, Ex- change Student. ,,............,u..,, pp. 13, 45, 134, 148 PIATT, JAMES D., 131 Cascade St., Vocational, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Monitor 2, V.I.C. 3, 4, Reporter 4. .... pp. 45, 147 PITTS, DOROTHY I., 1705 Lorain Blvd., Home Ec., Library Assistant 4. ....................--,,..,,,.,. pp, 45, 139 PRITT, LYAL, 522 East River, Industrial, V.1.C. 3, 4. .1.. pp. 45, 147 PROCHAZKA, WILLIAM F., 743 W. 17th St., Industrial. L, p. 45 PROVOZNIK, M. I., 1101 West Ave., Business Ed., Junior Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Library Assistant 3, 4, Mimeograph Worker 4, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3. .,.. pp- 45, 59, 135, 139 R RAr: DONALD R,151 cunmn Avagrnmnanh AlA.4, Vice-President 4. u.f---.w- ------------- ---- P P - 45, 146 REESER, SYLVIA S., 583 E. Broad St., Business Ed., Actor The Balcony Scene 3, Crew My Three Angels 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Publications Salesman 1, 2, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, 3, Ath- letic Office Worker 1, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4, Players' Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Youth Council 3. .........,u... ,--------- P P- 42. 45, 126. 135 REFENNING, IO LYNN, 1016 N. Pasadena Ave., General, Junior Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Elyrian 2, German Club 2, French Club 3, Booster Club 1, Red Cross 2, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. ..,... pp. 45. 126 REIDINGER, ELIZABETH j., 154 Eady Ct., General, Library Assistant 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2. .... pp. 52, 139 REITH, LETITIA F., 1068 N. Pasadena, Business Ed., -, p. 45 RICHARDS, RICHARD L., 246 Bellfield, Vocational, General Science Club 1, V.I.C. 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. ,..... pp. 45, 147 RIECH, BILLIE L., 342 15th St., General, Bowling 4, Freshman Chorus 1, Monitor 4, Future Business Leaders 3, 4, Booster Club 1, Red Cross 3, 4. L........... pp. 45, 131, 134, 136 RIETH, IOHN H., 378 Longfellow St., General ...... p. 45 RIETH, LINDA I., 164 Emerson Ct., General, Crew Senior Class Play 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Robe Mistress 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, French Club 3, 4, Honors Read- ing Club 4, Booster Club 1, Red Cross 3, 4, Y-Teens 1. .... pp.46,47,54,122,131,143,156 RILEY, EDGAR E., 36640 Center Ridge Rd., Auto Mech., V.I.C. 1, 2, Secy. 3, Vice-President 4. .,..,L.... pp. 46, 147 ROBERTS, RICHARD A., 523 Bond St., Scientific, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Actor Senior Class Play 4, Tax Stamp Collector 4, Monitor 4, Players' Club 4, Varsity E 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4. .,....,,.....,e..... .......... pp. 46, 49, 54, 59, 118, 137, 145, 176, 177,182 ROBERTS, SELMA L., 209 Olive St., General, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Y-Teens 1, 2. .................. p. 46 ROBERTSON, IOI-IN N., 217 Lowell St., Industrial. -- p. 46 ROBINSON, KAREN S., 523 Princeton Ave., Classical, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra 3, 4, Publications Salesman 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, General Science Club 1, Honors Reading Club 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. ...... pp. 46, 122, 126, 134, 150, 151, 160 ROBINSON, PATRICIA B.. 308 S. Maple St., General, Bowl- ing 3, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 33 Junior Achievement 3, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3. .,..................,...........,. p. 46 ROCK, VIRGINIA A., 382 Longfellow St., General, A Cap- pella Choir 4, junior Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Monitor 2, Booster Club 1, D.E.C.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. .... pp. 46, 141, 157, 164 ROGERS, KATHRYN I., 453 W. 10th St., General, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Business Leaders 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4. -- pp. 46, 135, 140, 163 ROIG, DAWN H., 633 Dewey Ave., Classical, Publications Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Announcer 4, Office As- sistant 2, 4, Slip Collector 4, Spanish Club 4, Chemistry Club 3, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, Presi- dent Honors Reading Club 3. .........................- pp.46,59,122,134,13s,139,142 ROSENBAUM, CLYDE L., 155 Denison Ave., Scientific, Ten- nis 1, 4, Actor Senior Class Play 4, Freshman Chorus 1, Pub- lications Salesman 1, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 4, Announcer 4, Library Assistant 1, 2, Gentlemen's Club 1, 4, Secy. 4, Math Club 2, Biology Club 1, Players' Club 4, Varsity E 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 4, Youth Council 2, 3, German Club 1, 3, President 3. -- pp. 46, 54, 132, 138, 145, 162 ROSS, SHARON K., 426 W. 12th St., General, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Leaders' Group 3, 4. -- pp. 46, 163 ROWEN, MARYLEE H., 832 Oakwood Dr., General, Glee Club 2, Monitor 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 3, 4, Players' Club 4, Y-Teens 1. ...,,............. pp. 46, 55, 122, 136, 145 RUBIN, LESLIE R.. 433 Poplar St., College Prep., Actor Diary of Anne Frank and When Shakespeare's Ladies Meet 33 Crew Diary of Anne Frank and My Three Angels 3, 4, Freshman Chorus 1, Herald 3, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, Announcer 3, 4, Monitor 3, Office Ass't. 4, German Club 2, President 2, French Club 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 2, 3, 4, Players' Club 207 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy. 2, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Treas., Corres. Secy., Thespians 2, Secy. 2.-- pp. 46, 54, 55, 122, 134, 138, 139, 143, 145 RUHL, DARLENE M., 1125 Middle Ave., Business Ed., Cadet Band 1, Monitor 4. -.................-.-.......,, p, 46 RYAN, PATRICIA A., 540 Princeton Ave., College Prep., Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 3, Crew Senior Class Play, All School One Acts 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publica- tions Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, Announcer 3, Mon- itor 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Honors Reading Club 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Players' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, President 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Secy. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy. 3, Student Council 3, 4, Youth Council 4, Thespians 3, 4, Class Officer Secy. 3. .......... pp. 41, 46, 59, 118, 119, 122, 126, 131, 134, 136, 145, 163 S SABOLICH, STEPHEN L., 5723 Elyria Ave., Classical -- p. 46 SAND, EDDIE L., 557 Ohio Sr., Mech. Drawing. ...... p. 47 SANDERS, CAROL j., 127 Marseilles Ave., Classical, Basket- ball 2, Volleyball 3, Cadet Band 1, Librarian 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band- 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Publications Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Booster Club 1, Red Cross 4, Y-Teens 1, 4, Office Secy. Senior Band 2, 3, 4. .......... pp. 47, 150, 160 SANDROCK, NEIL E., 1052 N. Pasadena Ave., Scientific, Foot- ball Mgr. 1, 2, Tax Stamp Collector 4, Slip Collector 3, 4, French Club 3, Biology Club. ......--,-,,---- 0 pp, 47, 49 SARVER, ROBERT M., 508 Furnace St., General. .... p. 47 SCHMITTGEN, JANE E., 236 Columbus St., Classical, Basket- ball 1, 2, Crew All School Play 1, Senior Class Play 4, A Cap- pella'Choir 3, 4, Historian 4, Glee Club 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Publications Salesman 1, Biology Aide 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Honors Reading Club 2, 3, 4, Players' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, SCCY- 25 Music Camp Scholarship .................. pp. 47, 59, 122, 126, 145, 156, 160, 161, 164 SCHMITTGEN, SANDRA K., 1013 Gulf Rd., Classical, Basket- ball 1, 2, Volleyball 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Secy. 4, junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Collector 1, German Club 2, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Players' Club 1, 2, 3, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 1, 4, Vice-President 3, Student 'Council 1, 2, 3, Youth Council 1, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council Secy. 2. .......... pp. 42, 47, 59, 119, 122, 126, 156, 163 SCHNUR, DAWN E., 137 Kenwood St., General, Basketball 1, Elyrian 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Publications Salesman 1, 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 3, Monitor 4, French Club 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 4, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Secy-Treas. 3, Vice-President 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Corres. Secy. 3, Youth Council 3, Quill and Scroll, Gift Committee 4. .... pp. 18, 23, 42, 47, 59, 120, 122, 126, 131, 137, 143 SCHRINER, DONALD, 311 Fairlawn, -- pp. 47, 120, 129, 138 SCOTT, MARILEE M., 161 Clark, General, Basketball 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Crew My Three Angels 4, Tax Stamp Col- lector 3, Library Assistant 2, 3, Monitor 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Honor Reading Club 2, 3, 4, 'Red Cross 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 5, 4. ................ -- pp. 47, 59, 122, 126, 131, 137 SEGRAVES, RAY E., 239 East 5th, Business Ed., Baseball 4, Monitor 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Transferred to E.H.S. 1959. ...,.... pp. 47, 137, 141 SEROZI, CATHERINE M., 267 E. 16th St., Business Ed., Of- fice Assistant 4. .....,........,,,, -,-.,,,...,,., p , 47 SHORES, JOYCE, 17 Chestnut St., Scientific, Spanish Club 3, 4, Booster Club 1, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. .... pp. 48, 131, 142 SHORES, LOYCE, 17 Chestnut St., Busines Ed., Basketball 1, 5, Volleyball 1, 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Future Business Leadeirs - ---------...... ............................. p . 8 SHREVE, MARGARET A., 956 Bradford Dr., Business Ed., Tax Stamp Collector 2, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, 4. .... p. 48 SHUSTER, WALTER J., 356 13th St., Industrial Arts, Bas- ketball 13 Football 1, 2, Crew Senior Class Play and One Acts 4, Photo Squad 4, Junior Achievement 4, A.I.A. 4. ........ pp. 54, 48, 140, 162 SIEGMUND, THOMAS A., 458 Cambridge Ave., Scientific, Monitor 4, German Club 3, Math Club 4, Honors Reading Club 3. 4, Hi-Y 4. ...-............. ......... p p. 48, 122, 157 SIEKER, DAVID R., 573 Willow Park Rd., General, Cadet Band 1, 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Honors Reading Club 1. ,-,,-----.,------- --------,- P P, 48, 150 SIEVERT, WAYNE C., 347 Roosevelt Ave., Industrial -- p. 48 SIMMONS. RICHARD H.. 880 Oak St., Business Ed.: Tennis 208 3, 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, D.E.C.A. 4, Hi-Y 2.-- pp. 48, 141,183 SIMON, WILLIAM J., 609 Gulf Rd., Industrial. ...... p. 48 SITO, KEN P.,' 1706 West Ave., Business, Golf 2, 3, Actor My Three Angels 4, Players' Club 4, D.E.C.A. 4. -- pp. 52, 54, 182 SLACK, JUDI S., RD No. 2 Murray Ridge, Business 8: Home Ec., Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. 4, Monitor 4, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, Booster Club 3, Y-Teens 3. .... pp. 36, 48, 139 SLACK, RICHARD K., 1814 lake Ave., Classical, Actor After the Honeymoon 4, Elyrian 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 4, Moni- tor 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, President Boys' Bowling 3, 4. -- pp. 48, 137 SLOSIER, SANDY J., 522 Foster Ave., Business Ed., Crew Janie, My Three Angels 1, 4, Publications Salesman 3, Players' Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Red cross 5, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 5. 4: Student C0110- cil 1, 2, 4, Youth Council 2, Freshman Princess, Senior Princess. pp. 9, 43, 55, 59, 118, 126, 131, 135, 145 SMITH, CAROL J., 870 Baetz Ct., General, Cadet Band 1, 2, -,--,,, T ,.,,,..., .,............. ............ p . 48 SMITH, CLAUDIA M., 358 Columbus St., Scientific, Basket- ball 1, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Red 8: White Game 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 2, French Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Leaders' Group 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 4, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secy. 4, Y-Teens 1, 4. .................. pp. 47, 48, 126 SMITH, DAVID, 240 Schadden Rd., Industrial. ...... p. 48 SMITH, JAMES F., 323 Columbus St., Industrial. .... p. 52 SMITH, VIRGINIA l., 447 High St., Business Ed., Future Busi- ness Leaders 2. ................................ p. 48 SNYDER, LEANNA M., 4 Forest St., Business Ed., Monitor 4, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, F.T.A. 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. .... pp. 48, 136, 140 SOUSLIN, LEORA J., 209 Beechwood Dr., General, Bowling 2, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4. -- pp. 48, 142 SPIEKER, DENNIS W., 109 Elizabeth, Industrial, A.I.A. 3, 4, -,-,,-,---,-,,.....-........ ............ p p. 48, 146 STAMMITTI, SHARON M., 345 Ohio St., Business Ed., Her- ald 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Publications Salesman 1, 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 1, Monitor 3, Future Business Leaders 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Secy. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Quill and Scroll. ................---- ...- pp. 23, 49, 121, 126, 131, 135 ST ASKIEWS, BRUCE S., 501 Park Ave., Scientific, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity E 4. ...,.. pp. 49, 183 STONE, JUDY E., 427 W. 11th St., Business Ed., Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Future Business Leaders 2, 3, 4, Secy. 3, Vice-President 4, Booster Club 2. .... pp. 49, 135 STRICKLER, GIL E., 1120 Riverside Dr., General, Monitor 4, General Science Club 1, Chemistry Club 3, Student Counzg 3. ..-....-...--------------------- ------------ P - STRICKLER, SALLY R., 3831 Murray Ridge, Classical, Li- brary Assistant 4, Monitor 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Honors Read- ing Club 3, 4, President 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4. ............................ pp. 49, 59, 122, 126, 139 STROHSACK, JAMES D., 372 E. Griswold Rd., Industrial, Cadet Band 1, Concert Band 1, 2, Matching Band 1, 2, 3, A.I.A. 5, 4, sgf. At Arms 4. ...................... p. 49 SWAIN, POLLY J., 884 Hartford Dr., General, Actor All School Play 2, Crew Senior Class Play 4, Publications Salesman 3, Monitor 2, 4, Honors Reading Club 2, Players' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Gen- eral Chairman Prom, Distinction Day 3. ...........------. pp. 54, 49, 54, 55, 126, 136, 145, 165 T ,TARRY, JUDITH L., 169 Seneca St. ................ p. 49 TARRY, LINDA C., 169 Seneca St., General, Crew Senior Class Play 4, Publications Salesman 4, Tax Stamp Collector 4, French Club 2, 3, Future Business Leaders 1, 2, Players' Club 5. ................................ .... p p. 49, 50, 54 TAYLOR, GLORIA .......................... .... p . 49 TAYLOR, JACQUELYN A., 1824 Middle Ave., Home EC., Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball, Freshman Chorus, Library As- sistant, Y-Teens. ....................-... ----.... P - 49 TAYLOR, SANDY A., 336 Harvard Ave., Scientific, Basket- ball 1, Hockey 1, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Fresh- man Chorus 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Leaders' Group 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity E 1, 2, Booster Club 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman. .............. -...-- P P. 45, 49, 126, 131, 156 TERRY, EILEEN E., 716 W. 19th St., Scientific, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Fresh- man Chorus 1, Spanish Club 4, Girls' Distinction Day Com- mittee. ..........,.........,,.....,,.....,,,, 3, p, 50 THOMPSON, JAMES E., 629 Reublin Ct., Business Ed., Biol- ogy Club 1, D.E.C.A. 4. -............-...,,,,,..,, p, 52 THOMPSON, SUE C., 2807 W. River Rd., General, Herald 4, Projectionist 3, French Club 2, F.H.A. 1, 2. ...,.... p. 50 THOMSON, WILLIAM, 218 Adelbert St., Vocational. ...... pp. 50, 56 TILBERG, DEAN L., 212 Samuel St., Vocational, Freshman Chorus 1, Tax Stamp Collector 1, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, 3, 4, A.I.A. 3, 4. ..............L............. pp. 50, 56 TOWNER, MILLICENT C., 1020 Reeves Rd., College Prep., A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Choir Ensemble 4, Junior Choir 2, Ca- det Band 1, Concert Band 2, 3, Marching Band 2, Publications Salesman 1, 2, Tax Stamp Collector 1, Announcer 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Players' Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Secy. 2, Booster Club 1, Red Cross 2, 3, Student Council 2, Thespians 2, Secy. 2, ,--..,..,,.-.. pp. 15, 41, 50, 54, 55, 59, 122, 143, 145, 156, 157 TOWNSEND, JAMES L., 122 Bath St., Fine Arts, Photo Squad 2, 3, President 3, Gentlemen's Club 3. -, pp. 50, 56, 118, 141 TRUSKOWSKI, GEORGE E., 161 Erie St., Vocational, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Junior Achievement 3, V.I.C. 3, 4. ......................... ............. p p. so, 147 U ULMER, GLORIA E., 314 Clinton Ave., Business Ed., Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Freshman Chorus 1, Library Assistant 2, 3, Future Business Leaders 2, Booster Club 39 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3- ....................... ...,. p p. 50, 141 UPDIKE, CAROL L., 456 Adams St., Business Ed., Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Mimeograph Worker 4, Junior Class Ring Committee 3. ....,..,,-,,--,,,,,--- -------- p , 50 V VAN OST ER, WAYNE R., 230 Marseilles Ave., Scientific, Base- ball 1, 2, Bowling 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Elyrian 1, 2, 3, 4, Publications Salesman 1, 2. ........ pp. 15, 50, 59, 120 XERES, ROBERT D., 355 E. Griswold Rd., General, Monitor - -------.-.-.......... .................... . --- p. 50 VORHIS, FREDERICK H., 1034 Pasadena, Scientific, Bowling 2, Herald 1, Publications Salesman 1, 2, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, Chemistry Aide 4, Library Assistant 2, German Club 2, 4, Biology Club 2, Honors Reading Club 2, Gentlemen's Club 2, 4, Exchange Student to Germany 3. .............,...... pp. 15, 50, 57, 59, 129, 144, 162 W WALKER, DIANE E., 673 Bell Ave., General, Basketball 1, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 1, 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 3, 4, Mimeograph Worker 4, Of- fice Assistant 3, French Club 1, 2, Honors Reading Club 1, Fu- ture Business Leaders 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1. -- , pp. 51, 59, 112 WALKER, JONATHAN D., 185 Cleveland, Scientific, Chem- istry Club 3, Physics Club 4, Honors Reading Club 2, 3, Photo Squad 4. ........e.............,.. .....,,,,, p p. 51, 89 WALKER, WILLARD R., 673 Bell Ave., Business Ed., Basket- ball 1, Football 1, Freshman Chorus 1, .....,..,,,,-, p, 51 WALLHEAD, BARBARA J., 1325 W. River St., Business Ed., Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Mimeograph Worker 4. ...,.......... pp. 51, 55, 59, 131, 151 WALTON, RANDALL J., 272 Brandtson, Scientific, Crew Senior Class Play 4, Physics Aide 4, Physics Club 4, Players' Club 4, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Transferred to 'E.H.S. 1960. ................. -. .............., p. 51 WARD, LINDA M., 331 Winckles St., Business Ed., Booster Club 3, Junior Achievement 3, Treas. 3. .... pp. 51, 141, 163 WASI-IKA, MOLLY A., 1119 E. River St., Scientific, Bowling 2, Actor Senior Class Play 4, Two One Act Plays 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Junior Choir 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Elyrian 2, 3, 4, Publications Salesman 2, 3, Announcer 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Honors Reading Club 1, Players' Club 1, 4, Booster Club 2, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 1-4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4, Ways and Means Committee 4, Youth Council 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Thespians 4. ............ pp. 38, 51, 54 55, 57, 59, 118,120, 122, 126, 131, 138,145, 156 WASUK, DOROTHY S., 407 W. 11th St., Business Ed., Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Future Business Leaders 2 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 3, 4, President 4. ............ pp. 51, 131, 135 WATSON, MARGARET A., 618 Wendy Lane, Business Ed., Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, Junior Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Fresh- man Chorus 1, Office Assistant 4, Future Business Leaders 3. -- pp. 51, 141 WATTERS, WILLIE J., 173 Fairlawn Ave., Industrial 8: Gen- eral, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. ......--..- --------------- P - 52 WEEKS, LINDA S., 417 Iviiddle Ave., Business Ed., Fresh- man Chorus 1, Mimeograph Worker 4, Future Business Leaders 4. ------------ ,,,,,,,,,,,,-... ............ p p . 51, 135 WELKER, JANICE K., 133 Lake Ave., Business Ed., Freshman Chorus, Y-Teens 1. .........-- ------------- P P- 51, 57 WHITFIELD, EMMA J., 444 Clinton Ave., Business Ed., Fresh- man Chorus, Mimeograph Worker. ..---------- ------ P - 51 WILBERN, THOMAS, 118 Wesleyan Ct., Basketball 4, Foot- ball 4, Track 4, Varsity E 4. ....-.-.- --- PP- 51, 176. 177 WILLIAMS, DAVID J., 327 Warden, Business Ed., Speech Squad 1, Honors Reading Club 1, Future Business Leaders 1, D.E.C.A. 4, Reading Circle. .............------ --- P- 52 WILLIAMS, LARRY G., 311 Belmont Ave., Scientific, Basket- ball 1, A Cappella Choir 4, Choir Ensemble 4, Cadet Band 1, President 1, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, President 4, Drum Major 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Executive Board 3, Vice-President 4. ...... pp. 49, 51, 57, 59, 118,122,150, 151, 156, 157,161 WILLIAMS, LINDA L., 2035 Lake Ave., Business Bd., Volley- ball 2, Cheerleader 1, Freshman Chorus 1, Library Assistant 1, Monitor 3, Office Assistant 1. ...................... p. 51 WILLIAMS, LUWANDA C., 502 High St., College Prep., A Cappella Choir 4, Herald Salesman 4, Honors Reading Club 4, Players' Club 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 4, Transferred to B.H.S. in 1961. ............................ pp. 51, 54, 126, 134 WILLIAMS, TOM J., 417 Louisiana Ave., Fine Arts, D.E.C.A. 4, --,,,,.,.--..-......,,....,....... .... p p. 52, 146 WILSON, RAYMOND E., 641 Hilliard Rd., Industrial, Physics Club 3. ............................. ..... p p. 51, 120 WINTERS, PATRICIA A., 124 Campagna St., General, Moni- itor 4. .................................. .-.... p . 5 WIRCENSKE, JOHN J., 337 Winckle St., Classical, Football 1, 4, Track 2, Monitor 3, Future Business Leaders 4, Varsity E 4, Hi-Y 4. ............................ pp. 51, 147, 173 WITHERSPOON, SHARON S., 446 W. 8th St., General Volleyball 4, Junior Choir 2, 3, Freshman Chorus 1, Publica- tions Salesman 2, Tax Stamp Collector 2, 4, Monitor 4, Biol- ogy Club 2, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 4, Y-Teens 1. -- pp. 51, 54, 131, 136 WOLFF, DONNA M., 334 12th St., Classical, Publications Salesman 2, 3, Tax Stamp Collector 2, Announcer 4, Chemis- try Aide 4, Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2. ...... PP- 52, 59, 138, 139. 163 WOLFE, JOE J., 1924 Elmwood Ave., Vocational, V.I.C. 3, 4, Secy. 3, President 4. ........................ pp. 52, 147 WOOLFORK, MELVIN T., 146 Morgan Ave., Business Ed., Track 1, 2, Cadet Band 1, 2, D.E.C.A. 4, Hi-Y 4. -- pp. 52, 141 WOODCOCK, GEORGE J., 445 Bell Ave., Vocational, Wres- tling 2, V.I.C. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Ohio Pupils' Reading Circle 1, 2, 3, 4. .................................. pp. 52, 148 WYNN, KAHREN C., 421 Marseilles Ave., Business Ed., Freshman Chorus 1, Monitor 1, 4. ....... .. ....., pp. 52, 136 WYSOCKI, JOHN T., 603 E. Broad St., Vocational, V.I.C. 3, 4, Reporter 3, Secy. 4, State Vice-President for NE District 4, Student Council 4. ...........-....-... pp. 52, 118, 147 Y YEARLEY, JUDY L., 301 Caldwell Ave., General. .... p. 52 YOST, JACQUELINE A., 200 Harvard Ave., Business Ed., Bowling 2, Publications Salesman 1, 4, Booster Club 1, D.E.C.A. 4, Y-Teens 1. ................... -..----.. P P. 52, 141 Z ZACK, DAN, 119 51st St., Industrial Bc General, Mimeograph Worker 4, Monitor 1, 4, Office Assistant 4, Ohio Pupil Read- ing Circle 1, 2, 3, 4. ............ --..------------ P - 52 ZACK, DAVID A., 119 51st St., Vocational, Hi-Y 2, V.I.C. 4, Treas. 4. ......................-- -.------ P P- 52, 147 ZAK, JOANNE M., 2066 Lake Ave., College Prep., Glee Club 2, Freshman Chorus 1, Publications Salesman 1, 2, 3, 4, Tax Stamp Collector 1, 2, 3, Anouncer 4, Chemistry Aide 4, Moni- tor 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 1, Honors Read- ing Club 1, 3, 4, Players' Club 1, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, Red Cross 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Youth Council 3, Sophomore Princess. .................. -- pp. 33, 52, 54, 55,122, 126,131,134,138,145 ZALETEL, PATRICIA M., 715 N. Abbe Rd., Business Ed., Tax Stamp Collector 3. ................... ...-... P - 52 209 , . 5 - pp- 1 . BAINBRIDGE, BILL, 431 Cambridge Ave. .... pp. 62, 132 A ABAHAZI, ANDREA, 468 High St. ...... ABAHAZI, DENNIS, 124 Edison Ct. ...... ACH, GILBERT, 572 Bell Ave. .......... ADAMS, ALAN, 516 Debby ................ ADAMS CHRISTINE 32 18th St. .... pp Underclass Index pp. 70, 118, 136 pp. 62, 122 pp. 70, 1333 PP- 62, 62 126 136, ADAMS, WENDELL, 19091 Middle Ave. .............. p. 69 ADAIR, WILLIAM, 310 Bell Ave. ........ pp. 82, 124, 135 ADOLPH, SANDRA, 1182 Garden St. .............. P. 62 ADKINS, TIMOTHY, 5887 Ford Rd. .............. p.62 AEBIE, MARSHA, 168 caunlaad se. ...... pp. 18, 62, 119, 122, 126, 134, 156, 180 ALBRECHT, DORIS, 458 Oxford .................. p. 62 ALHEIT, LYNNE, 1408 W. Griswold Rd. .......... p. 82 ALLEN, JOHN, 226 Yale Ave. .......... pp. 82, 124, 128 ALLEY, BILLY, 316 Tenth St. ................ pp. 82, 175 ALMAS, MICHELLE, 142 Seneca St. ................ p. 82 ALTFELD, BARBARA, 589 Washington Ave. .... pp. 18, 74, 82, 124, 127, 143, 154 ALTHEIDE, SHIRLEY, 419 Heneav sf. ,............. p. 82 AMBROSIO, JOSEPH, 2175 Northwood Ave. ANDERSON, JENNIE, 709 Dennison Ave. - ANDRESS, PEG, 116 Clain St. ........... ------ p. 82 --- pp. 82, 154 --- pp. 82, 127 ANDRICK, DANIEL, 601 N. Murray Rd. --- . 82, 175, 183 ANGTAN, LOIS, 81 King 81. .......,...,.... pp. 82, 155 ANKENY, RALPH, 1151 Bell Ct. .................. p. 70 ANTKOWIAK, JOHN, 1847 West Ave. ............ p. 82 AQUILINO, MARCIA, 5641 Gladys St. .... 70, 125, 144 AQUILINO, MIKE, 5641 Bladve sf. ....... 82, 118, 175 ARCHER, KEVIN .............................. p. 82 ARCHIBALD, GEORGIA, 334 Bon Air Ave. .... pp. 62, 137 ARMITAGE, PAT, 544 Cornell Ave. ................ p. 70 ARMSTRONG, JANET, 332 16th sf. .......... pp. 68, 82 ARNDT, ALAN, 545 Princeton Ave. --- pp 62, 82, 157, 175 ARNDT, BEVERLEE, 302 Hawthorne St. ......-..... p. 62 ARNETT, JAY, 227 W. Ricer St. N. ................ p. 82 ARNOLD, CAROLYN, 1932 Middle Ave. ...... pp. 82, 154 ARNOLD, LINDA, 105 Highland Ct. -4 ............. p. 70 ARTHRELL, RUTHANN, 200 Courtland se. .... pp. 62, 180 ATKIN, BARBARA, 777 W. River St. -- pp. 70, 123, 144, 159 ASSLEMAN, ORVIS, 370 Pasadena St. .............. p. 70 AUNSPAW, JOHN, 203 Princeton Ave. ........,... p. 70 AUXER, PAULA, RD 2 S. Murray Ridge ...... pp. 70 144 AVERBOOK, JUDITH, 146 Manor Dr. ........ AVERBOOK, TED, 146 Manor Dr. ........... AXX, JOYCE, 1107 Gulf Rd. .... pp. 70, 125, - pp. 62, 150 - pp. 82, 128 135, 150, 163 150 AXX, THOMAS, 1109 Gulf Rd. .......,.....- pp. 62, B BACSKAY, JERRY, 329 White Oak Dr. ...... BADER NANCY 22 Howe St. - 70 121 ------ p. 82 125, 144, 158 BAISDEN, MIKE, 2241A 6th St. .................. p. 97 BAKER, GERALD, 124 51st St. .................. p. 62 BAKER, DICK, 253 Fairlawn Ave. -- ............. p. 70 BAKER, LOIS, 143 Beebe Ave. .... --- pp. 62, 130, 1442 151, 15 BAKER, RONNIE, 124 51st St. --- ........-.. p. 82 BAKER BAKERi STEVE, 323 Oxford Ave. - RUSS, 190 Adelbert St. .... ............. p . 82 pp. 70 124 142 BAKO, ILONA, 217 W. River se. -Li-ppl-62, 126: 135i BAKOS, TOM, 613 W. 3rd sf. .... ......... BALCAR, DIANE, 1108 Lake Ave. .... pp. 62, 122, 156, BALCAR, SUSAN, 1108 Lake Ave. ....... 140 - pp. 70, 149 157 154 pp. 82, 142, BALDWIN, DAVID, 3105 W. River Rd. ........... p. 69 BALINT, MARGARET, 206 Bath St. ................ p. 82 BALKO, ROBERT, 1162 Bell Ct. ...... BALL, JIM, 323 18th St. .......... ---- pp. 82, 142 ------ p. 82 BALL, ROBERT, 616 W. 15111 sa. .................. p. 82 BANISTER, DORIS, 223 E. 15th sa. ..... pp. 70, 125, 143, 150, 159 BANNERMAN, CHRISTINE, 1700 Middle Ave. ..... pp. 812 124, 15 BANNERMAN, JEAN, 1700 Middle Ave. .... .... p . 82 210 BANNICK DAVE 116 Courtland --- BANSEK, TED, 640 N. Murray Ridge .-.-- BANVILLE TIM 123 Harwood St. ------ p. 62 --------- p. 70 ------ p. 70 BARA, BARBARA, 2017 Lake Ave. 1-.1f..'.'ppf 82, 127, 149 BARNARD, RICHARD, 1112 East Ave. --- BARNES, DICK, 927 Gulf Rd. .......... BARNES, JAMES, 327 S. Maple St. ......- BARRES LARRY 1343 East Ave. --------- p. 82 70, 133, 159 --------- p. 82 pp. 62, 147 BASHAK, KATHLEEN, 456 17th Si.-ii:-ppi70, 125, 144 BASSEIT, JOHN, 357 Kenyon Ave. ...... pp. 82, 124, 143 BASSO, MIKE, 234 Stanford Ave. .............--.- P- 70 BATDORF, CAROL, 248 Howe --- pp. 62, 118, 134, 144, 150 BATES, CHRISTINE, 111 I-Iilldale Ct. .... BATES, SANDRA, 237 Foster Ave. ...,.. ---- pp. 82, 155 pp. 82, 127, 144 BAT LON, PARLEE, 405 Oberlin Rd. .............. p. 62 BAUMHARDT, HOPE, 120 Clinton Ave. ...... pp. 70, 123, 125, 134, 144 BAZAR, ANDREW, 236 Louisiana Ave. ...... pp. 62, 121 BEAL, BETTY, 357 Furanoe St. .............. pp. 103, 131 BEAL, WENDY, 284 Hawthorne St. ...... BEANE ROY 116 Chestnut ......... BEARD, MARVELL, 425 W. 16111 sf. f.-.'.-.-.-.'.--Q11-70, BEARER, LYNN, 206 Lake Ave. ......... pp. 82, 124, 127, 142, 149 p. 70 158 pp. 82, 124, BECHTEL, DICK, 1013 West Ave. .... pp. 82, 118, 154, BECKER, BERNARD, 112 Irondale sf. .... pp. 83, 124, BECKER, BRIAN, 730 Gulf Rd. .... pp. 70, 136, 141, 149 178 BECKER, AVERY, 270 Harwood ........ T-- pp. 83, 162 70 BEESON, JAMES, RD 2 N. Murray Ridge Rd. --L--- p. BEGAN, JOHN, 152 Warren Ave. ....----- -------.- P - BEGAN, RICHARD, 152 Warren Ave. ...... --- p. BEITER, TIM, 1036 Gulf Rd. ......... ---------- p. BELFIORE, MARY, 602 East Ave. --- ........-- -- P. BELL, DAVY, 326 12111 sf. ...................... BELL, TOM, 141 Canterbury Rd. .... ..--.. p p. 83, BELLAMY, BILL, 152 Seneca St. -- ---- pp. 83 83 70 83 70 p. 83 BELL, DUDLEY, 141 Canterbury Rd. .... pp. 69, 137, 142 122 BELLAMY, JIM, 152 Seneca sf. .... ......... p p. 62,, BENDIK, ELAINE, 834 Oak sf. .............. pp. 83, 140 BENKO, PAT, 374 Penfield Ave. ..... pp. 70, 123, 125, 130, 159 134, 144, BENNET, LARRY, 335 Oxford Ave. ................ p. 70 BENNETT, LEEANN, 207 Fdllened Rd. --- pp. 62, 138, 159 BENNETT, LINDA, 451 Adams se. ....... pp. 83, 122, 124, 127, 155 BENTON, CORRINE, 106 Hillsdale cf. ........ pp. 62, 142 BENTON, GLORIA, 525 East Ave. ................ p. 70 BERES, DENNA, 203 Glenwood St. -- pp. BERGER, BILL, 350 Beebe Ave. ......... 83, 143, 154, 163 pp. 70, 139 , 162 BERGLUND, JACKIE, 541 Harvard Ave. ...... pp. 62, 126, 134, 163 BERKE, ARNOLD, 1014 Gaffefd Ave. ........ pp. 62, 121, 122, 129 BERKEEILE, MARY, 237 Miami Ave. .... pp. 62, 122, 143, 150, 156 BETTS, ROSANNA, 343 Brandtson Ave. ............ p. 70 BIDINGER, CAROL, 1114 Middle Ave. .... pp. 70, 118, 130, 134, 144, 159 BIDINGER, LOUISE, 1114 Middle Ave. ...... - PD. 83, 178 BIERSBACH, LOUISE, 296 Griswold Rd. ...... pp. 70, 159 BILLINGS, BONNIE, 210 Whiunan Blvd. ...... pp. 83, 127, BILLMAN, BETTY, 719 E. River St. ..... 154, 163 pp. 70, 125, 131, 135, 159 BINGGELI, RACHEL, 252 Fairlawn Ave. ............ p. 70 BIRD, WILLIAM, 206 Harvard Ave. ...... pp. 83, 124, 148 BISHOP, DANNY, 2360 Ford Rd-. ..... ----- pp. 83, 124 BLACK, JUDY, 211 Lexington Ave. ........ -- pp. 70, 160 BLAIR, LINDA, 636 Stanford Ave. ................ p. 62 BLAKELY, THOMAS, 237 Longford Ave. -- pp. 70, 174, 178 BLANCO, BARBARA, 498 High sr. ............ pp. 83, 155 BLANER, MARGUERITE, 289 Hawthorne sa. ........ p. 83 BLECMAN, SHEILA, 323 01110 sa. ....... pp. 70, 119, 125, 136, 144, 159 BLOEDORN, FLORENCE, 202 Emerson Ct. ....... pp. 83, DILLEN, KENNETH, 840 W. River St. -- DOAN, JOANN, 229 7th St. ........... ---- pp. 72, 162 p. 85 DOEEELE, IEANNE, 158 Eairlawrr Ave. -jffffffff p. 85 DAHANOS, DENNIS, 2751 W. River sr. ...... pp. 85, 175 DONAHUE, HOLLY, 781 N. Abbe Rd. ............ p. 72 DONOVAN, GREGORY, 623 Harvard Ave. .... pp. 85, 128 DOSTALL, GREG, 233 Lexington Ave. ........ pp 85 128 DOUGLASS, DAVE, 220W 3rd St. .......... ' 63: 147 PP- DOWLING, THOMAS, 718 Poplar St. ...... pp. 63, 147, 170 DRAGE, LESLIE, 1269 N. Washington Blvd . .... pp. 72, 119, 125, 142, 166 DRAGINICH, JOHN, 1670 N. Ridge Rd. .......... p. 85 DRAKE, DAVID, 555 Cleveland St. .......... pp. 63, 147 DRAKE, RITA, 7 Frank Ct. ....................,. p, 85 DRENNAN, EMMA, 149 Lafayette St. .... pp. 72, 142, 161 DRENNER, LINDA, 351 Marseiller Ave. ....,....... p. 85 DRIGGS, DAN, 121 Parkview sr. .......... pp. 85, 149 DRUMMER, PINKIE LEE,- 406 Bell Ave. -- DUBENA, DOUG, 1130 Gulf Rd. ...... DUDLEY, BILL, 358 Longfellow ..... DUFFY, JOANNA, 8 Water St. --- DUKEMAN, BETH, 243 5th St. .... -------- p. 72 -------- p. 72 --- pp. 72, 137 -------- p. 85 --------- p. 72 DULL, FRED, 261 Harvard St. ....... .........., p , 72 DUMKE, JAMES, 437 Louisiana Ave. ..... PP. 72, 133,135. 159, 174 DUMKE, ROBERT, 138 Edison Ct. ,....,-...,-,,,, P, 85 DUMMITT, CHARLES, 240 Pasmily AVC. .......... p. 85 DUMMITT, RODNEY, 240 Pasmily ,,..----,,--,, p, S5 DUNCAN, LINDA, 705 Harvard Ave. ........ pp. 85, 155 DUNCAN, WILLAIM, RD 2 S. Murray Ridge Rd. .... p. 63 DUNN, JANICE, 222 Beebe Ave. .... pp. 80, 126, 136, 143 DUNN, PATSY ...,.........-,-,-,-,--- ----,,-- P , 97 DUNGAN, RICHIE. 315 Hawthorne St. ........ pp. 72, 174 DUN-STAN, IEFFERY, 120 Cornell Ave. ........,.-- p, 72 DUNSTAN, TOM, 210 Princeton Ave. --- p. 72 DUNLAP, LINDA SUE, 997 Reeves Rd. --2-1121I2 p. 85 DUNN, IUDITH, 222 Beebe Cr. ......,,.... pp, 140, 163 DUPEROW, DUSTY, 425 West Ave, ,-,....,.....-, p, 51 DUTE, RICHARD, 2470 Fackler Ave. ..... DUTOT, PAUL, 385 W. Hilliard Rd. .... pp. 72, 128, 149 pp 63 157, 170 DYER, ERIC, 718 1Voodland Ave. .... pp. 72,'118, 144, 159 DYER, GAIL, 110 Clinton Ave, ------,-.----- pp, 85, 154 DYER, WANDA, 1116 Kipling --- -,--,-,---.-- P, 85 E EAGER, MARILYN, 229 Lexington Ave. -L- .... p. 85 EARLY, KENNETH, 141 Warren Ave, ..-.,--.------ p, 85 EARY, LINDA, 332 Sumner St. .......... EASTON, SUZETTE, 416 Randall Rd. .... --------- p. 72 85, 124, 154 PP ECKENROAD, JIM, 523 Denison Ave. ............ p. 85 ECKENROAD, BOB, 523 Denison Ave. ...... pp. 72, 162 ECKHARDT, DIANE, 316 Samuel St. .... ECKHART, RICHARD, 10 Smith Ct. ...... pp. 85, 124, 142 pp. 63, 147 EDDINGTON, MARGARET, 127 Taft Ave. Lf: pp. 85, 154 EDDY, NELSON, 3119 W. River Rd. --- ---U pp. 63, 157 EDGAR, DALE, 625 W. River sr. ..,........,-,-, p, 85 EDGAR, FRANK, 625 W. River sr. ........., pp. 69 EDWARDS, CRAIG, 82 Riverside Homes -- EDWARDS, JILL, 1199 E. River St. ...... EDWARDS LEWIS 1322 S. W. River St. , 146 72 174 183 PP- , , pp. 85, 124, 127, 143, 154 - pp. 85, 175 EDWARDSi RHEA,!163 Hamilton sr. .... If- pp. 85, 154 EHLERS PAT 356 Penfield Ave. ........ 85 127 , . pp- , , 135 EHRMAN, CHARLES, 315 11th sr. -- ........... p. 63 pp EHRMAN, SUE, 315 11th St. ............ ELBERT JAMES, S8 Williams ........... . 85, 143, 155 p. 85 ELDRIDIGE, SHARON, 465 W. 11th sr. ---IILLIQ p. 85 ELDRIDGE, SHEILA, 465 W. 11r1r sr. ...... --- pp. 85, 155 ELKIN, BILL, 120 Kaiser Ct. .......... ----------- p. ELKIN, DONNA, 330 Winckles St. -- pp. 72, 125, 135, 159 85 ELLIOTT, GREG, 359 Miami Ave. .......... pp. 85, 175 ELLISON, GARY, 1050 Garden St. ..............-. p. 85 ELLISON, RANDALL ........................... p. 63 ELWELL, RICHAR.D, 234 Adelbert St ELZEY, DIANA, 408 W. 8th St. ........ . .............. p. 63 pp. 85, 124, 128, 130, 155 EMERSON, LYNN, 401 Lodi St. ................... p. 97 EMLICH, DONNA, RD 2 ...... pp. 72, 134, 139, 148, 158 ENDRIZZI, STEPHEN, 509 Willow Park Rd. --- pp. 72, 133, 151, 161 ENGELLAND, BRIAN, 240 Hamilton Ave. .... pp. 85, 124, 142, 154 ENGST ROM, JIM, 272 Harrison St. .......... pp. 85, 175 ENYEART, JACKIE, 143 Harrison sr. ..... ENYEART, JUDY, 143 Harrison St. ...... PP. 85, 127, 143, 148 pp. 85, 127 , 143 ESCHKE, ALAN, RD 2 s. Murray Ridge .... pp. 78, 85, 149 ESCI-IKE, ALYCE, 709 East Ave. ......------------ P- 72 ESPASANDIN, DAVID, 306 B011 'Air AVC. .... pp. 85, 154 EURY, EDITH, 343 Bon Air Ave. ..-.-...--....- - P- 85 EVANICH, WILLIAM, 2115 N. Murray Ridge ...... pp. 52, 106, 147 EVANISH, EDWARD, 1407 W. Griswold Rd. ....... p. 85 EVANS, LINDA, 1005 Belmar Ct. ........ pp. 85, 124, 127, 142, 143, 154, 163 EVANS, LINDA, 1024 West Ave. ......--.--- ----- P - 85 EVANS, LYNN, 412 Henry sr. ......-........... p. 63 EVENCHIK, BRUCE, 914 Garferd Ave. .... pp. 85, 124, 154 EVERETT, SUE, 383 E. Bridge sr. ............. .... p . 85 EWING, ANNE, 200 Stanford Ave. ...... pp. 85, 1122 F FABIAN, MARILYN, 507 Dellefield Rd. ...... pp. 63, 122, 126, 134, 151, 163 FABIAN, WALTER, 507 Dellefield Rd. .... pp. 85, 118, 119, 154, 175 FACKLER, CHUCK, 221 Warren Ave. ........ pp. 85, 154 FAECKING, EOE, 1004 S. Prospect ................ p. 86 FAECKING, RICHARD, 1004 Prospect Ave. ........ p. 63 EARKAS, DARLENE, 365 Reelrfere Ave. ............ p. 86 FARKAS, RUDY, 532 Turner sr. .................. p. 63 FARKAS, SUZANNE, 178 Seneca sr. ..... pp. 86, 124, 127, 128, 130, 143, 155 FARMER, GARY, 221 Courtland Sr. ...-..... ....... p . 86 FARO, JUDY, 637 N. Abbe ............... ...... p . 72 FARROW, JUDY, 211 East Ave. .... pp. 63, 126, 134, 138, 139, 145 FAZEKAS, JOEL, 1719 Griswold Rd. ......-....... p. 86 FEATHERSTONE, DOROTHY, 245 W. Hilliard Rd. -- p. 72 FELTON, DAVID, 329 Princeton ............ pp. 86, 178 FELTY, MELVIN, 412 Ambler Dt. ...... FEMLEY, DIANNA, 243 Princeton ...... p. 86 'ppf63f-122, 126, 134, 143, 156, 163 EENIK, JOHN, 2169 Lake Ave. .................... p. 86 FENIK, MARYANN, 2219 lake Ave. ..-...-....... P. 63 PENN, DOLPHUS, 544 Vulcan St. ....-....... pp. 86, 140 FENN, IDA, 544 Vulmn sr. ................... -- p. 86 FENN, JOHNNIE, 1904V2 Middle Ave. ........ pp. 72, 131 FENN, RAY, 190436 Middle Ave. ......-..-.. pp. 86, 154 FENN, WILLIE, 190416 Middle Ave. .............. p. 86 FERANCY, JEAN, 243 Warren Ave. ............-... p. 72 FERGUSON, DENNIS, 222 Harrison St. ........ pp. 64, 162 FERREBRE, JERRY, 502 Dewey Ave. .............. p. 86 FERRELL, ROBERT, 418 Adams .................. p. 86 FERRELL RONALD 127 Harwood -- -- p. 72 FERRY, JOHN, 1015 Middle Ave. .................. p. 86 FIDDER, RONALD, 531 Debby hue ........ pp. 72, 140 FIDDER, TERRY, 531 Debby Larie ................ p. 86 FIELDS, ALLEN, 259 White oak Dr. ........ pp. 86, 179 FIELDS, ROBERT, 136 Iavall sr. .............. pp. 71, 150 FIKES, BOB, 206 Courtland St. ................... p. 64 FILCZER, JOYCE, 110 Crearlarre Dr. ...... pp. 86, 143, 148, 166 165, FINEGOLD, FRANK, 231 Cornell Ave. -- pp. 54, 55, 64, FISCHER, KAREN, 637 Weller Rd. -- pp. 72, 125, 134, 145 FINICLE, DAWN, 315 4th St. ...........-.... pp. 72, 178 FISCHER, MIKE, 637 Wener Rd. ........ pp. 86, 175, FISHER, DAVID, 145 Adelbert ................... p. 72 FISHER, LAMAR, 121 Williams St. .............-.. p. 72 FITZGERALD, BOB, 1130 West Ave. ...........-.. P. 86 FITZPATRICK, CARLETON, 1856 Mlidclle Ave. -- pp. 64, 183 FITZPATRICK, RALPH, 1856 Middle Ave. ......... p. 86 FITZPATRICK, RHODA, 354 S. Maple St. .... pp. 64, 159 FITZPATRICK, RONALD, 331 16th St. ............ P. 64 FLAHERTY, PETE, 147 N. Pasadena .... ...... p p. 64, 170 FLOOD, CYNTHIA, 124 Chase St. ...-............ P- 64 FLOWERS, JACK, 1966 Elmwood St. .... pp. 72, 174, 175 FLOWERS, JOHN L., 739 W. 19th sr. .............. p. 73 FLOWERS, JUDY, 936 Oakwood Dr. .............. p. 86 FLOWERS, T. L., 739 W. 19th sr. ...................... FLYNN, ROBERT, 2120 Lake Ave. ............... p. 86 FOGLE,.DALE, 215 Yale Ave. ............... pp. 86, 124 FOLLEY, DON, 511 Dewey Ave. .... ............ p . 86 213 FOLEY, JOHN, 130 Cedar St. .......-... ,.,.,-- p , 86 FOLLEY, JOHN, 264 Prospect St, -.,,,-,-,---,,---- P, 86 FORD, LAWRENCE, 329 Furnace St. ........ pp. 73, 149 FORNASH, WOLFORD, 835 W. Broad St. .... pp. 64, 146 FORTMAN, BOB, 336 Rockfern .... pp. 64, 122, 137, 142 FOSS, JANET, 627 Bell Ave. .... pp. 64, 125, 126, 134, 136 FOSS, SALLY, 103 Grant St. ..............--, pp, 73, 159 FOWKES, KATHY, 148 Roosevelt Ave. ........ pp. 86, 154 FOWKES, RONALD, 148 Roosevelt Ave. ...... pp. 73, 159 FOWLS, BILL, 118 Glendale -,.-....---- pp, 86, 140, 148 FOX, JAMES, 1953 lake Ave. ............,. pp. 86, 149 FOXMAN, STEPHEN, 364 Ohio St. ,........-.... p, 73 FRAME, JANE, 832 Murray Ridge Rd, ,,,- ,,.--,-, p, 73 FRANCE, EDITH, 508 West St. .,..,,,,, -u pp, 73, 135 FRANCIS, GWENN, 702 W. Broad St. -- ...... p. 86 FRANCIS, JUDY, 426 Winckles Sr. -.,-,- -,-,, p , 86 FRANCIS, RAYMOND, 228 Hayes Ave. .... ..... p . 73 FRANK, ROBERT, 417 E. Broad St. ............... p. 64 FRANKIEWICZ, MARTY, 364 Bon Air Ave. --- pp. 64, 171, 176, 177, 180, 183 FREDERICK, BARBARA, 276 Dowd Rd. ...... pp. 86, 148 FREEMAN, ROGER, 394 Columbus St. ..... ....... p . 64 FREDMAN, LESLIE, 947 Elywood Dr. ..... .....,. p , 86 FRIZZELL, CHARLES, 5631 Grove Rd. ............ p. 64 FUJKA, DENNIS, 1725 W. Griswold Rd. ...... pp. 86, 175 FULAYTOR, GRETCHEN, 630 Cornell Ave. ........ p. 86 FULAYTOR, RONALD, 630 Cornell Ave. .... ..... p . 80 G GABARA, RHEA, 3037 West River Rd. ...... pp. 86, 155 GAGLIARDI, PAT, 1940 Rosewood .............. p. 64 GAINER, FEROL, 231 Warren Ave. -- pp. 73, 123, 135, 159 GALES, JOYCE, 153 Preston Ave. ............ pp. 86, 155 GALES, TERRY, 153 Preston Ave. ................ p. 73 GALLARDO, PAT, 134 Elhe sr. ....... .......... p . 86 GLEASON, JOHN, 299 Pasadena Ave. GLENN, DON, 116 Longfellow St. --- -.... ---- GLOVER, DICK, 990 River Rd. ...... --- .... pp. 73, 119, 137, 174 p. 87 ---- pp. 87, 175 GLYNN, JIM, 81 Riverside Homes ................ p. 64 GOEORTH. JOHN ............ ........ p p. 64, 140, 146 GOODENOW, MEADE, 39 Lakeview Dr. ...... pp. 64, 118, 122, 126, 142, 150, 161 GOODMAN, GARY, 235 Dowd Rd. ...... pp. 73, 118, 119, GOODWIN, JOYCE, 133 Campagna Dr 174, 175 . ........ pp. 73, 159 GOODWIN, PAT, 637 Dewey Ave. ............-.. p. 64 GORDON, MARTHA, 1181 Bell Ave. -------- pp. 64, 145 GOTRO, KAY, 113 Water St. ....,..... pp. 73, 125, 159 GOUGH, LYNDA, 363 Longfellow St. ..... pp. 64, 126, 131, GOUL, DENNIS, 254 Courtland St. ....-......... GOULD, SHIRLEY, 1918 Lake Ave. -- 137. 151 p. 73 -- pp. 9, 73, 118, 119, 123, 125, 131, 144 GRANT, BARBARA, 186 Crestview Dr. ....... pp. 87, 118, GRASHAM, DORIS, 315 Ninth sr. .... ......... 127, 154 p. 87 GRASSE, GAYLE, 111 Lexington Ave. .................. GRASSE, SANDRA, 111 Lexington Av GREENE, SUSAN, 165 Longfellow St. GREENING, SALLY, 947 Valley Blvd. GREGORY, BILLIE, 812 Sycamore St. e. -- pp. 87, 135, 139 -------- pp. 64, 137 ---- pp. 64, 122, 134, 150, 157, 160, 163 ------------- p. 64 GREULICH, KATHY, 215 Murray Ridge Rd. ....... pp. 87, GANNON, JUDY, 231 East Broad St. ........ pp. 86, GANNON, GENE, 231 East Broad St. ...... pp. 64, 138, GANOECIK, DONALD, 470 Eighth sr. ....... 135 154 pp. 73, 133, 143, 162 GARBER, JAN, 112 Iawrence Cr. ........ pp. 86, 133, GARBER, MICHAEL 358 Yale Ave. pp. 73, GARDNER, JOHN, 626 Cambridge Avef'f.'.'ff. pp. 86, GARDNER, RICHARD, 626 Cambridge Ave. .... pp. 86, GARGUS, SHARON, 128 N. Murray Ridge .... pp. 64, 122, GARWOLINSKI, STEVE, 1312 West Ave. GASKALLA, LARRY, 527 N. Randall 148 175 149 148 126, 143, 156 ---------- p. 73 Road .... pp. 73, 174, ' 178, 183 GAST, NEDRA, 103 Princeton Ave. ..... pp. 73, 123, 125, GAWLIK, EUGENE, 1113 West Ave. GAWLIK, JOANNE, 130 Winkles St. 134, 136, 142, 158 -------------- p. 97 -------------- p. 73 GAWLIK, PAT, 1115 West Ave. ................. p. 136 GAY, CONNIE, 261 Colgate Ave. ........ pp. 64, 126, 145 GEBHARDT, EILEEN, 410 Sixth rsr. ..... pp. 64, 122, 126, 157 1 5 x GEHRKE, CAROL, 120 Deborah Dr. .... pp. 87, 148, 155 GEMBKA, PETER, 236 wirrklea sr. ...... pp. 87, 135, 154 GENTILE, TONY, 1219 West Ave. .......... pp. 64, 147 GEOG, SHARON, 440 Metcalf Dr. ...... pp. 75, 125, 155 GEORGE, BARBARA, 211 Marseilles Ave. .... pp. 64, 136 GERBASI, FRANK, 5780 Ford Road .............. p. so GET TY, GLORIA, 366 Hawthorne St. ------------- P- 87 GIBBONS, JANET, 442 Cambridge Ave. ...... pp. 87, 124, 127, 142 GIBBS, ELLEN, 351 Pasadena Ave. .... pp. 73, 123, 125, 130, 136, 140, 144, 163 GIBSON, MARLENE, 21 Artemas Ct. ........ pp. 87, 154 GIENKE, ROXAN, 373 Beebe Ave. ...... pp. 73, 125, 131 GIENTKOWSKI, DONNA, 128 Charles Ct. ........ p. 73 GILL, CHARLES, 649 Weller Rd. .... pp. 64, 122, 132, 137, 157, 174 GILL, CHERYL, 649 Weller Rd. .... pp. 87, 124, 127, 155 GILLESPIE, SANDRA, 234 East Thirteenth St. ...... p. 73 GILLIES, PEGGY, 205 Columbia Ave. ..... pp. 64, 122, 126, 151 131, 143, 150, GILLIES, RANDY, 205 Columbia Ave. ........ pp. 87, 175 GIMBEN, MARIANNE, 171 Penrose Ct. .... pp. 55, 64, 1222 15 143, 145, 151, GINGERY, RALPH, 118 Columbia Ave. -- pp. 64, 151, GIVEN, GILBERT, 513 Vermont St. .......... pp. 87, 214 161 154 149, 154 GRIFFIN, JACKIE, 633 Retrhiirr cr. ...... .... p . 87 GRIFFITH, BRUCE, RD 2 Telegraph Rd. .... .... p . 87 GRIFFITH, MARIAN, 1703 Telegraph Rd. ........ pp. 75, 125, 158 GRIFFITHS, JANET, 324 Stanford Ave. --- pp. 75, 125, 125, 151, 136, 145, 145, 159, 166 GRIGGS, LINDA .............................. p. 97 GRIMES, VERNE, 430 W. Second St. .............. p. 87 GRIPPER, BARBARA, 116 Chestnut St. --- ........ p. 87 GROBE, JANET, R.D. 2 .............. .... p p. 87, 142 GROTKE, CATHY, 237 Oxford Ave. .............. p. 64 GRUBER, DONNA, 600 West Ave. ...... pp. 72, 123, 125, 135, 144, 159 GULLETT, SHIRLEY, 1144 Melvyn Lahe ............ p. 73 GUNDER, VIVIAN, 322 Prospect sr. ...... GUTHMAN, MARTY, 204 Emerson cr. .... pp. 87, 127, 149 ---- pp. 73, 135 GUTOWSKI, DENNY, 210 Crestview Dr. .......... p. 87 GUTOWSKI, DIANNE, 210 Crestview Dr. .... pp. 87, 124, 127, 143 GUTOWSKI, GARY, 210 Crestview Dr. -- ........ p. 73 GUTOWSKI, TOM, 222 Roosevelt St. --- .... pp. 73, 137, 140, 144 GIVEN, GLORIA ................ ........... H HAAG, DEANNA, 212 Ohio St. ...................... pp. 73, 119, 123, 125, 144, 159 HAAG, GEORGE, 1067 N. Pasadena Ave. .... pp. 73, 151 HAAS, TIM, 618 Cornell Ave. .................. pp. 18, 74 HADAWAY, LARRY, 1368 Fast Ave. ......... pp. 74, 142 HAEFELE, HOLLY, 211 Pasadena Ave. pp. 87, 124, 127, 143 HAGERLING, 205 Stanford Ave. .................. p. 87 HAGINS, NATHAN, 1828 Middle Ave. pp. 74, 157, HALES, CONNIE, 326 East River Rd. .............. . HALL, BARBARA, 333 Kenyon Ave. .............. p. HALL, DOUGLAS, 2024 Lake Ave. --- HALL, KREIGH, 355 Ohio St. ....... HALL 170, 171, 178, 183 p 87 87 ------ p. 69 -------- p. 74 73 LA VINIA, 1151 West Ave. ................ p. HALLZ SANDRA, 2024 Lake Ave. ............ pp. 87, 155 87 HALL, VENO Y, 1151 West Ave. ..............-. p. HALLAUER, RICK, 3424 S. Murray Ridge Rd. ........ p. HALSEY, KEN, 111 Quihev sr. ...... . .......... p p. 75, HAMILTON, CLYDE, 35716 E. River St. .......... p. HAMILTON, WILLIAM, 35716 East River St. --- pp. 72, HAMMER, PAT, 753 Abbe Rd. ..............--.. P. HAMMOND, BARBARA, 1028 N. Pasadena Ave. .......... 87 87 87 87 87 pp. 73, 134, 144 HAMMOND, MARY ELLEN, 1028 N. Pasadena Ave. ...... pp. 87, 125 HESS, PAMELA, 1057 Rosealee Ave. ...... HANDBOY, RAY, 1133 Garden St. ................ p. 87 HANCOCK, MARY LOU, 277 N. Olive Sr. .... pp. 73, 125, 131, 134, 136, 142, 159 HANDYSIDE, DARLENE, 213 S. Logan St. .... pp. 87, 124, 127, 135, 148 HANES, MARY, 121 Fifty-first St. -- pp. 73, 128, 140, 144 HANLIN, JUDITH, R.D. 2 West Ridge Rd. .... pp. 87, 155 HANLIN, SANDRA, R.D. 2 Stang Rd. ............ p. 73 HANS, JOHN, 452 Adams St. .................... p. 64 HANSFORD, BILL, 214 Nith St. ......... pp. 87, 124, 140 HENNINGER, JOHN, 401 Garford Ave. ...... pp. 64, 122 HENRY, JESSIE, 614 W. Fifteenth St. ............-. p. 88 HENRY, JOHN, 253 Boston Ave. ........ pp. 88, 154, 179 HENRY, PHILLIP, 614 W. ............................ HENSLEY, CILLIS, 150 Cleveland sr. .............. p. 88 HERBERS, MELVIN, 225 Gates Ave. ...... pp. 74, 88, 142 HERBERS, MICHAEL, 225 Gates Ave. .............. p. 88 HERWIG, JOHN, 352 Columbus Ave. .... HARBERT, ALANNA, 2170 Lake Ave. ....... pp. 73, 125, 135, 158 HARBERT, REBECCA, 2170 Lake Ave. -- pp. 87, 127, 135 HARCULA, PATRICIA, 416 Dellefield Rd. ...... pp. 73, 136 HARCULA, RONALD, 416 Dellefield Rd. .... pp. 64, 147 HARGRIEVES, ROBERT, 1171 East River St. ...... p. 73 HARMON, JOHN, 1077 N. Pasadena Ave. ...... pp. 64, 122 138, 144, 146, 157 HARMON, SUSAN, 1077 N. Pasadena Ave. .... pp. 87, 124, HILL, 127, 143, 154 HARPER, FRED, 272 Marseilles Ave. -- ........ p. 87 HARPER, JANET, 272 Marseilles Ave. --- ..,--.. p.'73 HARPER, ROY, 5598 Antrim Rd. ................ p. 87 HARPSTER, FRED, 404 Marseilles Ave. ...... pp. 64, 162 HARRINGTON, CHERYL, 306 Blaine St. pp. 73, 123, 1265-131, 144, 151 HARRIS, GOERGIA, 438 Oxford Ave. ........ pp. 73, 159 HARRIS, NANCY, 349 Harwood sr. ..... pp. 87, 124, 127, 154, 163 HARRIS, SHIRLEY, 104 Riverside Homes .......... p. 64 HARRISON, DE WITT, 1850 Grafton Rd. ...... pp. 64, 122 HARRISON, DOUGLAS, 1850 Grafton Rd. ........ p. 87 HARTLEY, WALLACE, R.D. 2 Murray Ridge Rd. .... p. 73 HARTMAN, CAROLYN, 907 Clark St. .............. p. 87 HARTSELL, LYNNE, 321 Hamilton Circle -- pp. 64, 122, 136 HARVEY, ELBERT, 318 Bell Ave. ................ p. 87 HARVEY, HARRIET, 318 Bell Ave. ..... --- pp. 87, 155 HARVITT, BARBARA, 827 East Ave. ............. .- p. 87 HARVITT, MELVIN, 827 East Ave. .............. ,.- p. 73 HASKIELL, FRED, 146 Huron St. .,..,........... p. 97 HASKINS, SUSAN, 288 Hawthorne sr. -- pp. 75, 125, 159 HASKO, ROSEMARY, 523 West Third sr. ..... pp. 64, 126, 136, 140, 1.42, 163 HASELLER, CINTHIA, 265 Colgate Ave. .......... p. 73 HATCHER, NANCY, 1029 West Ridge Rd. .... pp. 75, 125, 125, 131, 135, 136, 158 HAUGH, MARY ANN, 246 Wooster sr. L- p. 75, 125, 159 HAUGH, WILSON, 246 Wooster St. ..... P . --------.- p. 64 HAUT, ILONA, 172 Longfellow St, -...-......,--,, p, 87 HAVILAND, ANN ...........,..,.,,...,,,.-,,- P, ELO HAWTHORNE, PAT, 350 Columbia Ave. ..... pp. 87, 12-4, HAYES, DEBBY, 154 Overbrook Rd. ..... 127, 154 pp. 87, 118, 124, 127, 154 HAYES, JUDY, 124 Morgan Ave. .... pp. 73, 134, 136, 144 HAYLOR, ERNEST, 414 Ohio St. -- p. 73 HAYWOOD, DIANA, 114 Stanford Ave. ....-. pp. 64, 126, 131, 134, 136, 143, 163 HAZELTON, NICK, 254 Boston Ave. .........,,... p. 147 HAZELTON, RICHARD, 247 George St. ..........., p. 73 HAZLETT, JUDY, 521 Beehe Ave. ....... pp. 87, 154, 165 HEATH, ANNE, 710 Foster Ave. ..................... ..- HEATH, JIM, 151 High St. ......, ..,. p p. 87, 157, 179 HEATH, JANE ............,....,,.1,.,...,,.,,1 p, 73 HEATH, LELAND, 146 S. Abbe Rd. .-...-...,.... p. '73 HEATHCOTE, PATRICIA ANNE, 168 Sensca sr. ---.- pp. 87, 124, 127, 1.28 HEAVNER, LINDA, 631 Lucille Dr. ..,,.. pp. 87, 155, 163 HEFLIN, SANDY, 328 White oak Dr. ........ pp. 64, 156 HECADORE, RONALD, 1237 East Ave. ,.,.,..,.,,, p, 73 HEIDERSBACH, CHRISTINE, 608 W. Third sr. .... pp. 74, 125, 134, 139 HEISER, CAROL, 255 Courtland Ave. ........ pp. 74, 125 HELERICH, PAUL, 367 Columbus sr. ..... pp. 15, 62, 119, 132, 136, 157 HEMLINGER JOSEPH 1137 Garden St ' 87 , . . .......... p. HENDERSON, GAYLE, 200 Hawthorne St. ........ pp. 87, 127, 155 HENDERSON, NANCY, 633 Hilliard Rd. ..... pp. 87, 127, 155, 163 HENES, JANET, 1014 West River ....... --- pp. 88, 124 HENES, NANCY, 720 Furnace St. --- --- pp. 88, 155 HEST HEST ON, BRENDA, 436 Riverside Home ON, CONNIE, 725 W. 18th sr. .... ........ p . 88 HICKS, SCOTT, 368 N. Olive sr. ..... pp. 74, 123, 133, 144, 159, 162 pp. 64, 118, 119, 126, 136, 138, 145 S -------- pp. 74, 158, 166 --- pp. ss, 179 HIGGINS, DAVID, 1 West Ave. ...... ....... p . 88 HIGGINS, KATHY, 143 Preston Ave. --- --- pp. 88, 124 HILDRETH, DEMARIS, 2036 Scott Ave. - --- pp. 64, 126, 136, 144, 163 HILL, AL, 508 Lake Ave. ........................ p. 88 HILL, BARBARA, 108 Yale Ave. .... pp. 74, 118, 119, 125, 134, 136, 159 HILL, BARBARA J., 218 Winckles St. .....-........ p. 64. HILL, ERNEST, 429 W. Thirteenth St. --- --- pp. 64, 146 HILL, FRED, 508 Lake Ave. ........ ........ p . 76 HILL, FRED E., 349 Seventeenth St. .... .......-.. p . 88 HILL, JACK, 508 Lake Ave. ........ ............ p . 74 HILL, LINDA, 508 Lake Ave. ....... --- pp. 88, 139, 155 HILL, LOUANNA, 605 Park Ave. ..... ..... p p. 88, 124 HILL, STANLEY 226 Fairlawn Ave. .... 64, 136, 146 I -- PP- HVILLIAM, 2020. South Oak St. ........ pp. 74, 162 HINDERER, BOB, 455 East Broad St. --- HOAGLAND, ROBERT, 400 East Ave. --- --- pp. 74, 133 ------- P. 97 HOCKMAN, BARBARA, 360 High St. .... ..... p . 74 HOCKMAN, BOB, 360 High St. .................. p. 88 HODGES, JOANNE, 706 Middle Ave. ......... - .... p. 88 HOFFMAN, DENNIS, 314 Twelfth St. .... pp. 64, 122, 132, HOFFMAN, VICKI, R.D. 2 Bechtel Rd. ............ p. 64 HOKE, CONNIE, 243 Hayes Ave. ...... HOLLEY, CAROLYN, 148 Oak St. --- HOLLEY, DENNIS, 148 Oak St. ........ 143, 150, 162 ------- p. 74 ------ p. 88 --------- p. 88 HOLLOWAY, DON, 760 Sixteenth St. ........ pp. 88, 154 HOLLOWAY, LARRY, 125 Williams St. .......... p. 88 HOMITZ, WILLIAM, 2430 W. River Rd. .......... p. 80 HOMOKI, JANET, 533 Irondale St. .............. p. 74 HOMSHER, KATHY, 246 Howe St. ...... pp. 74, 131, 136 HOOGENBOOM, GARY, 357 Harvard Ave. ....... pp. 88, HOOGENBOOM, MARY, 357 Harvard Ave. 124, 154 ---- pp. 64, 134, 137, 143 HOPKINS, ROBERT, 101 West River St. .......... p. 88 HORACE, SHARON, 416 Henry St. .............. p. 88 HORN, JAMES, 131 Blake St. ...4.......... pp. 74, 174 HORN, NEIL, 403 High St. .......... pp. 74, 130, 142, 151 HORN, NANCY, 403 High sr. -- pp. 74, 125, 143, 159, 165 HORNBECK, BARBARA, 540 Cambridge Ave. ........ p. 74 HORROCKS, JAYNE, 305 Spruce St. .......... pp. 64, 156 HORVATH, ELLEN, 146 Northrup St. .............. p. 74 HORVATH, JOERENE, 124 Seneca sr. .... pp. 74, 125, 140 HORVATH, STELLA, 1132 W. Griswold Rd. ........ p. 88 HORVATH, STEPHANIE, 1132 W. Griswold Rd .... pp. 74, 136 HORWITZ, DAVE, 112 Park Ave. ............ pp. 88, HOSFORD, SUSAN, 423 Sixth St. .... pp. 88, 127, 135, HOSTUTLER, DIANE, 187 Pinewood Dr. ..... pp. 74, 125, 128, 131, 135, 159 HOTTEN.S'I'EIN, SUSAN, 129 Preston Ave. .... pp. 88, 124, 155 127, HOUGHTALING, PAULA, 1021 W. River St. ...... pp. 74, 131, 135, 163 HOUPT, GARY, 200 University Ave. .... pp. 88, 149, 150 HOUSTON, GERALD, 908 Park Ave. .............. p. 74 HOVEKAMP, BARBARA, 626 Bell Ave. ...... pp. 88, 118, 119, 127, 142 HOVEKAMP, JOHN, 626 Bell Ave. ................ p. 64 HOVEY, NEAL, 364 E. Griswold Rd. .............. p. 74 HOVEY, SUE, 226 Harvard Ave. ........ pp. 74, 123, 125, 134, 143 HOWELL, JANE, 239 E. Sixteenth sr. ........ pp. 74, 130, 144. 151 215 HOWER, DAVID, 630 East Ave. ..... ---- pp. 64, 147 HOWER, STAN, 630 East Ave. -..... ,-,--- P , 88 HOWTOW, JOHN, 211 Emerson Ct. -- --- p. 74 HOY, CLAUDE, 123 Glenwood st. --. --f7'7' HUBBELL, JAMES, 241 Adelbert St. HUBER, HELEN, 507 West River St HUBER, KAREN, 625 W. River Rd. --------------- p. HUBER, KARLA, 525 W. River ............ HUFFMAN. BARBARA, 282 Boston Ave. HUFFMAN, DAVID, 239 Roosevelt Ave. Stun-- p. 88 pp. 74, 123, 174 . ....-......... p. 88 74 --- p. 74 65 -,-- ----- p. ----- p. pp. 65 1 --- -- 88 HUFFMAN, EARL, 710 West Ave. ...... --- , 40 HUGHES, DENNIS. 120 Warren Ave. -.-..,,...,.,- p, 88 HUGHES, RICHARD, 401 E. Bridge St, .,.-.1,-,H---,- HUGHES, SUE, 1026 Barbara St. .......-. ...... - -, p. HUIETT, TERRY, 113 Glenwood St. ........ HULINGS, MARLENE, 101 W. River St. --- HULTZ, JENNIFER. 2060 Lake Ave. 88 ----- p. 80 que-, p. 88 65 46 ----- -A----,-- p. HUNKLEY, CARROLL. 385 Fiftieth st. ........ pp. 65, 1 HUNTER, CHARLES, 895 West River St. .........-...--. HUNTLEY, GARY, 316 E. Broad St. - -- 88, 124, 149 121 -- pp. HUSKINSON, ERNIE, 206 Lexington Ave. .2... pp. 65 HUTCHINGS, NANCY, 217 Courtland St. ---- pp. 65,, 121, 163 157, HUTCHINS, KAREN, 237 Wooster St. ....... pp. 88, 124, HUI'Z INGER, CAROLYN 319 W. Fifteen th St. 127, 160 p. 80 HUTTINGER, KAREN, 319 w. Fifteenth st. ---Il p. 74 HYER. DAVE. 278 Longford Ave. .........,....-., p, 88 HYLEN, PHYLLIS, 114 Homer st. ,.....,.......,, p, 65 HYLTON, BRENDA, 188 Beebe Ave. 2,... HYLTON, PAT, 188 Beebe Ave. .2...,... 127 124 PP- 88, , pp. 65, 122, 138 HYMES, ALENA, 115 Hillsdale Ct. ....--...,...... p, 65 IGNATZ, I ELAINE, 124 West River Street ....2 pp. 65, 118, 122, 136, 143, 156, 163 JONES JONES: JOHNSTON, PAUL. 134 Emerson Court -. .... pp. 88, 179 JOLLEY, FRANK. 126 Caroline Street ........ pp. 65, 132 ANNIE, 613 West Fifteenth Street .......... p. 74 BARBARA, 1614 Middle Ave. . -2 .en ...22,..7 - 130,151,161 JONES. BOB, 486 Cleveland St. .- pp. 122, 129, JONES, CAROL, 1721 West Ridge Road -- ...., pp. 88, 154 JONES, CHARLENE, 1617 Lake Ave. .............. p. 73 JONES, EUGENE. 627 Furnace St. --- .,.- ....,. , p. 75 JONES, GARY. 447 Earl Court - pp. 75, 133, 136, 162, 174 JONES, HATTIE. 1770 Helen Ave. -.,-2 2........ p. 88 JONES, HENRY. 1322 South West River -. -22 pp. 77, 88 JONES. JERRY, 245 East Broad St. -- pp. 75, 136, 162, 178 JONES, JUDY, 517 West Twelfth St. ,..2. pp. 65, 126. 142, 143, 144, 163 JONES, MARCELLENE. 213 Oberlin Road . ..-- pp. 819. 127. 1 2, 155 JONES. MARY. 210 Bell Ave. , .... . .... .... p p. 89, 124 JONES, ROBERT, 1614 Middle Ave. .... ....... p . 75 JONES, ROENA, 626 North Fifteenth St. ............ p. 89 JONES, SUE, 1614 Middle Ave. .............. pp. 75, 135 JONES, SHARON, 1721 West Ridge Road ........- pp. 89, 135, 154 JORDAN, R. EDWARD, 148 Samuel ......... pp. 89, 124 JORDAN, GERALDINE, 1529 West Griswold Road -..-... - pp. 75, 125 JORDAN, ROBERT, 1327 East Ave. ............... p. 65 JOSLIN, MARY, 720 Park Ave. ..... pp. 75, 123, 125, 131, 136, 144, 159 JOST, ANNA MAE, 1101 Lake Ave. ............... p. 75 JUART, PATTY, 173 Boston Ave. ...... ......... p . 97 JURE, WALTER, 115 Artemas Court .............. p. 75 JUSTEN, TOM, 226 Spruce ............. .-........ P . 89 JUVENILE, GERALDINE, R. D. No. 2, Box 434 Elyria ---gg p. K KAATZ, LYNN, 139 Crestview Dr. .... pp. 15, 65, 143, 183 KADERBECK, SHERRIE, 783 Grandview Dr. ...... pp. 122, 135, 140, KALO, DANIEL, R. D. 2, West Ridge Rd. ...... pp. 65, IGNATZ, JEFF, 128 West River Street - ...... pp. 65, 171 IGNATZ, LOUIS, 226 South West River Street ....... p. 88 IGNATZ, WILLIAM, 124 West River Street ........ pp. 74, 140, 159 IVANCIC. GERALD, 1036 West Ridge Road ......... p. 88 IVANCIC, KATHLEEN, 641 Dellefield Road --- --- p. 88 J JABLONSKI, JAMES, 122 Horner Court ........-.,- p. 73 JABS, ERLENE, 281 Roosevelt ....... pp. 65, 156, 157, 160 JACKSON, ANDY, 131 Mendel Court ......... pp. 88, 139 JACKSON, HARRISON, 327 Clinton Avenue ...... pp. 74, 123, 174, 183 JACKSON, TIM, 519 Fast Avenue ...,-...--.---,-- p, 88 JACKSON, TOM, 511 Lowell Street .......... pp. 65, 170 JALOWIEC, NEIL, 145 South Olive Street ..... pp. 65, 170 JAMES, BRAD, 457 West Tenth Street .... pp. 88, 175, 178 JANAS, SALLY, 1120 Gulf Road .... pp. 65, 131, 139, 142 JANKOWSKI, ALAN, 181 Jay Drive ,,...,.,-....,- p, 88 JANKOWSKI, JERRY, 383 White Oak Drive --- pp. 65, 146 JANKOWSKI, JIM, .,---,-,--------,--,,-- ------ P , 74 JANOSIK, JUDY, 222 Emerson Court ..... pp. 65, 121, 142 JASON, JENNIFER, 608 Bell Avenue .... - .... pp. 74, 118 JEFFREY, CHARLOTTE, 5980 Antrim Road ........ p. 65 JEFFREY, PHYLISS. 5980 Antrim Road . ...... pp. 88, 124 JEFFERYS, CHARLES, 1957 Hazelwood Street ....... p. 88 65, 159 KAILES, GARY, 160 Cornell Ave. .... pp. 65, 119, 121, 124 KALO, LAURA, R. D. 2, West Ridge Rd. ....... pp. 89, KANE, IVY, 217 Sumner St. ........---------- ---- P - 89 KARBOWNICZEK, JOSEPH, 327 Eighteenth St. ..... p. 89 KAROTIS, ELEANOR, 41 High St. ................ p. 75 KASTLER, MARILYN, R. D. 2, Telegraph Rd. ..... pp. 75, 150, 159 KATKIC, EDWARD, 1490 W. River Rd. ............ p. 65 KATZ, MARTIN, 152 Hamilton St. ....... pp. 75, 129, 151 KATZ, MIKE, 742 Furnace St. ........ ----------- P - 75 KAYDEN, VICTORIA, 112 Blake St. -- --- pp. lg? 1122? KEARNEY, RUTH, 612 East Broad St. .............. p. 75 KEARSE, GERALDINE, 51 Riverside Homes pp. 75, 118, 125f'i 36, 144, 159 KEIPER, RICHARD, 626 Princeton Ave. ----------- P- 75 KEITH, WALTER, 1401 Linwood Ave. --- ---- pp. 75, 162, 175, 183 KELLER, KEN, 1836 W. River Rd. ...2 ------- P - 75 KELLY, COLLEEN, 2150 Lake Ave. --- --- pp. 89, 154 KELLY, DIANA, 1505M West Ave. --- -------- P- 89 JEFFERYS, PAMALLA, 1957 Hazelwood Street ------ pp. 88, 155, 163 JENKINS, ARTHUR, 309 Clinton Avenue ..... pp. 74, 163 JOHNS, DAVE, 441 Concord Avenue .......... pp. 65, 170 JOHNSON, ALAN, 2005 Gulf Road .,,.-------,-,-- p, 80 JOHNSON, CHERYL, 422 Adams Street ------------ P, 74 JOHNSON, COLUMBUS. 166 Parmely Avenue JOHNSON, DWIGHT, 435 West Thirteenth St Un--- p. 74 reet ---. p. 80 JOHNSON, ERIC, 1042 North Pasadena .... pp. 15, 65, 132, 136, 144, 162 JOHNSON, GORDON. 153 Cleveland Street ......., p. 88 JOHNSON, GWEN, 823 Hartford Drive .... pp. 88, 118, 143 JOHNSON, JANICE, 670 Bell Avenue .... pp. 88, 124, 148 JOHNSON, JOHN. 472 Adams Street ......... pp. 74, 128 JOHNSON, LARRY, 244 Boston Avenue ............ p. 88 JOHNSON, LENNIE, 128 Warren Avenue --- ..... p. 74 JOHNSON, RALPH, 422 Adams Street ....... --- p. 65 JOHNSON, RICHARD, 1310 Middle Avenue ........ p. 88 JOHNSTON. JOANN, 777 Washington Avenue .... pp. 88, 124, 127, 143, 155 216 KELLY, SAM, 263 University Ave. ........... pp. 65, 147 KELSER, CORENE, 217 W. Hilliard Rd. ...... pp. 75, 125, 131, 142, 159, 166 KEMMER, CLAYTON, R. D. 2, Telegraph Rd. ....... p. 89 KEMPER, GENE, 347 Furnace St. ..........--...... P. 89 KEMPER, GERRY, 347 Furnace St. .........-...-.. P- 89 KENNEDY, DAWN, 220 Sixth St. -. -, pp. 89, 127, 130, 143 KENNEY, LINDA, 298 Brandtson Ave. ........ pp. 89, 143 KENDLE, JEFF, 715 E. Broad St. .....-....... pp. 75, 159 KENT, KAROL, 541 Cambridge Ave. --- KENT, LARRY, 260 Boston Ave. ....... ------- p. 75 --..- pp. 75, 174 KERN, CAROLYN, 213 W. Hilliard Rd. ...... pp. 75, 131, 136, 142 KERSHAW, DICK, 356 E. Bridge St. .------ ------ P - 75 KESSLER, KATHLEEN, 1009 Melvyn Lane ....-- p. 69 KIELY, KATHY, 322 Roosevelt Ave. ...,.. ...---.- P - 89 KILZER, MARGE, 159 Erie St. ......... KING, DON, 2005 Lake Ave. ..... KING, KATHY, 324 W. River St. --- KING, NEIL, 1106 Riverside Dr. .... ---- pp. 75, 144 -,,- pp. 65, 139 -------- p. 75 UL--- p. 89 KINNEY, KAREN. 110 Hayes Ave, ...,,..,-,--,,-- P, 75 KIRBY, LINDA, 421 Poplar St. ..,..... pp. 89, 127, 128, 143. 155 KIRK, REGINA, 121 W. Rambler Ave, ------------ p, 89 KI-SEL, DIANE, 325 Hayes Ave, ,,,,---------- pp, 89, 136 KISER, JACK. 1374 East Ave. ..........,,--- - pp, 65, 136 KISER. LESLIE, 145 Roosevelt Ave. KITSON, VALORIE, 904 Park Ave. 111.'.'.' pp. 89, 124, 1 pp. 65, 137, 138 128, 149 KLEIN, ARDIS, 800 Woodland Ave. --- ..... pp. 89, 155 KLEIN. GEORGE. 420 Dellefield Rd. -- ........,,, , p, 78 KLEIN, PAULA. 420 Dellefield Rd. -.. ..... -- pp. 65, 139 KLEIN, WILL, 995 Valley Blvd. .... . pp. 89, 124, 154, 175 KLIMOSEWSKI, MARI 10, 537 Randall Rd. .... pp. 89, 118, 127, 167 KLINE. CAROLYN. 163 Seneca Sr. .... pp. 89, 124, 140, 154 KLINGENSMITH, SANDRA, 230 Roosevelt Ave. .,.. pp. 65, 126, 131, 156 KLINGSHIRN, JOHN, 1105 West Ave. .... --- pp. 75, 141 KLINGSHIRN, MARY JO, 516 Cambridge Ave. ...,...... . 89, 163 KLINGSHIRN, ROSEMARIE, 707 N. Murray RidgiepRd. ...L pp. 89, 135, 183 KNAPP. TOM. 124 Lafaverre Sr. ...2... - 1--. pp. 89, 149 KNEISS, SHARON, 430 E. River sr. ...... pp. 89, 127, 155 KNEPPER, CAROL, 126 Cedar St. ....... pp. 65, 122, 137, 139, 140 KNEPPER, DORIS. 2903 W. River St. .,L.,,....,, p, 155 KNEPPER, DOROTHY, 2903 West River Rd. ........ p. 89 KNERIEN, JUDY, 134 Beverly Sf, ------,----- pp, 89, 127 KNISPEL. JOHN, 235 Sixth sr. - -,- pp. 65, 132, 137, 179 KUZAK, DALE, 5708 Antrim Rd. --- L LADD, GREG, 160 Harvard Ave. .... LA FON, BARBARA 255 Boston ..-.... --- p. 89 ---- pp. 89, 128 pp. 89, 127 LAGANIER, LINDA,' 335 Beebe Court .... '71 ..... p. 65 LAMPKIN, CHARLES, 1824 West Ave. --- ---- P. 97 LANAGHAN, BUTCH, 304 Foster Ave. --- -- p. 80 LANCASTER, RAY, 109 Nicholes Court --- ...... p. 89 LANE, ANNE, 230 Winckles St. .......- -------- P - 97 LAPP, DOLLY, 167 Dilworth St. ...... .... p p. 75, 158 LARKIN, BILL, 29 Arremas Court .... ------- P - 65 LARIZZA, JIM, 923 Walnut Sr. ........ ...... p . 75 LARSEN, KATHY, 257 Marseilles Ave. .... ........ p - 89 LASION, HENRY, 432 Clinton Ave. ..... .... p p. 75, 174, 178, 183 LATTNER, DENNIS, 108 Iarkmonr Dr. --- ........ p. 89 LAW, RUTHANN, 303 Hawthorne sr. -- LAWRENCE, JERRY, 605 Garforcl ..... LAWSON, HAZEL, 114 W. Bridge St. -- LAY, SALLY, 333 49th Sr. .......... ....... --------- p. 65 --- pp. 89, 182 - pp. 89, 154 - pp- 90, 154 LAYPORT, PATRICIA 10, 77 King Sf. --------- ---- P - 90 LAYTON, BETSY, 179 Manor Dr. .... pp. 75, LAYTON, LEXIE, 179 Manor Dr. .... pp. 65, 129, 131, 134, 143, LEACH, SUSAN, 423 E. River St. ........--. 12O,123, 125, 134, 144, 159 120, 122, 126, 145, 138, 156 - pp. 90, 154 LEADENHAM, DOUG, 557 Hilliard Rd. .....-.... -- P- 65 LEBODA, RONALD, 136 Antoinette Dr. - LEDYARD, ALLEN, 377 N. Abbe Rd. ....... -- ........ p. 75 - pp. 65, 146 LEDYARD, DEANNA, 377 N. Abbe Rd. .....- ---- P . 90 KNOWLES, DAVID, 211 Longford Ave. ...... pp. 75, 133, KOEHN, ED, 513 Metcalf Rd. ..,....... 135, 150, 175 --- pp. 89, 179 KOEPP, BARBARA, 244 Fairlawn Ave. --- .... pp. 89, 155 KOEPP, KENNY. 142 Courtland St. --- ....... p. 75 KOHLHEPP, JIM. 216 Third sr. -- L..... --- pp. 65, 143 KOKOT, BARBARA, 115 Cleveland St. --- ....... p. 75 KOMAN, BILL, 383 N. Olive St. ..,... ..,-- p , 89 KOMKO, DANIEL, 119 Tannery Sr, --- ---------- p, 80 KOMKO, SANDY, 119 Tannery St. .......... pp. 89, 155 KOPIS, JAMES, 213 Franklin Ave. ....... pp. 89, 143, 149 KOPIS, PHYLLIS. 536 Cornell Ave. ---.. ...... pp. 89, 124 KOPSCO, CAROL, 5685 Elyria Ave. - KORIM, PAULETTE, 239 Harwood St. --- KORKA, RON, 479 Cleveland St. .--L pp KOS, DARRYL, 1415 Griswold Rd. ..L.. pp. 89, 124, 154 - -2 p. 65 .-65771-3-7,7176, 177 ----------- p. -89 KOVACH, IANICE, 626 Harvard Ave. .......,...... p. 89 KOVACS, BETTY, 248 Griswold Rd. -- --- p. 65 KOVIAK. ROBERT, 552 Turner Sr. ......,...,,,.-,,-,, KOVIAK, MICHAEL, 1143 Melvyn Lane --------,,-- p, 89 KOWALIK, JANICE, 106 Denison Ave. -- pp. 65, 122, 126, 131, 139 KOZDON. KAREN. 124 Rambler Ave. ..,A...,,.-,- p, 65 KOZDRON, LINDA, 2138 Lake Ave. L--. ...,.. pp. 89, 148 KOZMITS, GEZA. 531 N. Randall Rd. .... pp. 89, 124, 145 KRANYAK, LINDA, 412 Ninth Sr, ,-, ,--,,----- P, 89 KRATCHEN, JOYCE, 382 Furnace St. --- -M pp. 65, 131, 135, 145 KRATCHEN, KAY. 382 Furnace St. 22- L-- pp. 75, 134 KRAUSHER. DALE. 449 W. River St, ,,--,,,,------ p, 89 KRING. MIKE. 438 West River Rd. .....,.......2, p, 80 KRONE, GARY. 350 Longfellow St. KROZIER. GEORGE. 273 Columbus S. 2--- pp. 89, 175, 178 t. .- ........ p. 75 KRUECK, SUZANNE, 317 Eastern Hts. Blvd. - .... pp. 75, 125, 144, 150 KRUECK, TERRY, 339 Miami Ave, ....-,..,..--,- p, 75 KRUGMAN, DAVID, 318 Fairlawn Ave. --- pp. 89, 141, 154 KRUGMAN, GARY, 527 Woodland Ave. ...... pp. 65, 147 KRUGMAN, LINDA, 316 Lowell sr. ..... pp. 89, 118, 124, 143. 155 KRUGMAN. SALLEY, 284 Bellfield Ave. ..... pp. 89, 128, 140. 154 KRUGMAN WILLIS 284 Bellfield Ave. .... pp. 65, 122, 147 KUEBLER, JAMES, 224 Foster Park Rd. ....... pp. 89, 128 KUHL, BOB, 167 Fairlawn Ave. ......... ......... p . 65 KUHL, ROGER, 1167 E. River St. ....... .... p p. 75, 159 KUKUCKA, JOSEPH, 111 Cornell Ave. --- ....... p. 89 KULASA, MARY JANE, 1006 Middle Ave. ......... p. 80 KUNKLE, KAY, 117 Vista Ct. ............... pp. 65, 136 KURTZ, CAROLE, 105 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ---- pp. 75, 123, 125, 144, 150, 160 LEDYARD, RALPH, 75 King Sr. ....... -- ------ P- 80 LEE, CAROL, 542 Delaware Ave. .... ....-- ------ P - 90 LEE, CHARLES, 228 Howe Sc. .... .--------- ---- P - 65 LEE, ROBERAT, zzggolvfe Sr. T ......... --H3--655151 115? LEES, RICH RD, f ------ pp. . , . , weve 138, 144, 157, 162 LEHMAN, KENNETH, 769 Abbe Rd. .... pp. 65, 11772, 117816 LEICHTY, DIANE, 246 White Oak Dr. .... .... P p. 755 158 LEIMBACH, KAREN, 179 ManorADr. ..... pp. 90, 124, 155 LEININGER, ROBERT, 210 E. 9th St. -.-------- --- P- 90 LE MASTERS, CECIL, 2100 Northwood Ave. ........ P. 90 LENGEL, KENNETH, 121 Blake sr. ...... pp. 75, g 114825 LENGYEL, BARBARA. 316 Woodland Dr. - ....... -- ia. 69 LEON, GEORGIA, 334 washlngron Avg.d--.i5 ...... P. 35 NARD, CHERYL, 1306 N. M ' ge . .... pp. , LEO may 1 122, 126, 134, 150 LEONARD, MARGUERITE, 623 Cambridge ....... 1 525.16356 LESESKY, ALAN, 1130 w. River Rd. ..... - .... iv. 90 LESTER, JIM, 288 Marseilles Ave. .....- ----------- P - 75 LICHLYTER, TOM, 347 Warden Ave- -------- ----- P - 90 LIEEHARDT, SARA, 756 Infirmary Rd. .... pp. 90, 143 154 LILES, DORMAN, 346 Kenyon Ave. ...--- --------- P - 65 LIMMER, PAUL ....... ........ ---------- ------- P - 9 7 LIND UIST, SANDRA, 327 Oxf rd Ave. ..... pp. 90. 124, Q O 127, 130, 143, 148 LINDSEY, EDITH. 301 Bell Ave. .....- ------------ P - 75 LINDSEY. RUSSELL, 320 Rockfern Ave. --. ...... ---- P- 75 LINGERFELT, MARY LOU, 203 Parnrelv Ave. ..... pp. 90. 118, 155, 163 LINGENELELTER, PAUL, 550 Randall Rd. .... pp. 65, 122, 142, 151, 157, 161 LINGENGELYER, PAUL, 550 Rendall Rd. .... pp. 65, 122, 142, 151, 157, 161 LINK, GEORGE. 256 Parmelv Ave. ....-..-- -------- P - 90 LITTLE, DON. 217 Gates Ave. ....- --------- - - P- 90 LITTLE, LARRY, 217 Gates Ave. --- -- P- 90 LITTLE, PEARL. 3475 Maple Sr. ....---e- -- P- 66 LIVINGSTONE. BILL ........ ....... .-.------ - - P. 66 LLEWELLYN, RICHARD. 341 Harwood sr. ......,. . . p 90 LLEWELLYN, SARAH, 213 Denison Ave. ...., pp. 75, 123, 125, 144, 161 LLOYD. WILLIAM. 631 Rueblin Ct. ......... DD. 124. 149 LODGE, BARBARA. 988 Rosealee Ave. - pp. 90, 124, 155 LODI. JOAN, 826 Oak St. -. .... pp. 75, 118, 125, 134, 136 LOGAN, JAMES, 411 Lake Ave. ..........- .-.-.-. P , 75 LOGAN, JOHN. 411 Lake Ave. ................... p. 75 LOGAN, MARJORIE. 509 Gulf Rd. ,,.. -- P. 90 LOGUE, KATHLEEN, 716 Prospect St. --- --- p. 90 217 LUTE. BERT. 241 S ruc LONCA, MARILYN, 1612 West Ave. --- .... p. 90 LOONEY, BETTY, 1013 Garden St. ..... ..-. p . 75 LOONEY, BILLY, 1306 Sugar Ridge Rd. ............ p. 75 LOONEY, ROD. 149 Bath St. ..................... v. 90 LOOPER, DALE. 401 Reeve.. ....,....... pp. 90, 154, 175 LOVE, HOUSTON, 211 Rush sf. .1....... pp. 90, 175, 178 LOWERY, DAVE. 123 Edgewood sf. .......... pp. 66, 147 75 LOWERY. GERALD. 1701 West River So LOWERY. CERALDINE. 1701 West Riv. 's6"-'W' p. P. CI' . ...,.. LOWERY. JAMES. 633 West St. -. -. .............. p. LOWERY, E. THOMAS. 633 Lowell St. LUPOLT. RANDALL, 925 Walnut sf. --1' D C - ..,...... - LUTHER, ALLEN. 1517 Lake Ave. --- LYDON. JOHN, 246 Hilliard --- .---- ---- -- p. -- p. ----------- p, 90 66 90 90 --------- p. 75 90 ----. ---Y D. 90 pp. 66 151 161 LYNCH. FRANCIS, 100 Mendel cf. ---ff , LYON, BARBARA, 223 Summer St. --- M MAC DONALD, MIRIAM, 112 Cedar St. ...... pp. 66, ----- pp. 75, 125. 128 131 1 125, 137, 157, 163 MACHABEE, MIKE, 515 Denison Ave. ........ pp. 91, 143 MACHNAUER, JOHN, 1138 Ford Rd. .... pp. 76, 154, 174 MACHNAUER, KATHY, 1138 Ford Rd. ...... pp. 91, 135 MACK, KAREN, 439 West Hilliard Rd. ........ pp. 91 MACKERT, MIKE, 1916 Lake Ave. --L ............ - MAC MATH, TERRY, 368 Pasadena Ave. MACMAHAN, SHARONN, 201 Marseilles Ave. ..... MC CROSKEY, LARRY, 913156 East Ave. , 143 12. 91 PP' 76, 159, 179 P. 91 MC CLURE, DAVID, 339 Concord Ave. ........... - P. 90 MC CRACKEN, BLAKE, 1301 N. Murray Ridge ...... p. 90 MC CRAY, PAT, 1336 Lake Ave. ......... . 90, 124, 154 MC CONNELL OY 217 Wooster St 1 I i - --------- MC CUNE, JANET, 429 Oxford Ave. ......... pp. 90, MCDANIEL, BLAISE, 2064 Lake Ave. ....... MC DERMOTT, EARLE ............... --- MCDIVITT, JACK, 115 Bond St. ...... MC DIVITT, CAROL, 1207 Lake Ave. ..... ' -'ff pp. PP pp. 75, 159 155 pp. 76, 128 pp. 90, 154 ----- p. 76 90, 118 MC DIVITT, BOB,,115 Bond St. ................... p. 90 MC DONALD, ANNE, 327 Cairnbridge Ave. .... 76 119 PP- 1 3 123, 125, 136, 143, 159 MCDONALD, JUDY, 455 Earl Ct. ................ p. 66 MCDONALD, KEN ......................... --- p. 136 MC DOWELL, NANCY, 966 Gulf Rd. .... pp. 76, 118, 125, 136, 143, 159 p 66 MC GHEE, MAMIE, 164W Wood-ford Ave. .......... . MC GHEE, MARTHA, 409 Clinton Ave. ............ p. 90 MC GHEE, MINNIE, 409 Clinton Ave. ............ p. 76 MC GUIRE, JAMES, 30-7 Park Ave. ................ p. 66 MCINTIRE, DAVID, 915 Eastern Heights Blvd. ........ MCINTIRE, DENNIS, 706 So. Boston ............. p. 90 MCINTIRE, JIM, 706 So. Boston .................... --- MCINTIRE, NEIL, 274 49th St. ................... p. 66 MC KAY, ALICE, 167 Brandston Ave. .... pp. 90, 134, 127, 1 3, 155 MC KAY, THOMAS, 502 Schadden Rd. ............. P. 76 MC KEDDA, LEIGH, 136 Stanford Ave. .... pp. 90, 127, 155 MCKENZIE, BONNIE, 481 Wesley ............... P. 90 MC KENZIE, RONALD, 111 Fairlawn Ave. .......... p. 66 MC KITRICK, JOHN, 932 Walnut St. ..... ....... p . 66 MCKNIGHT, VERONICA, 150 West St. ...... pp. 66, 156 MCLAUGHLIN, JEAN, 223 Longford ........ 76 125 PP- , MC LAUGHLIN, SUSAN, 411 East Ave. .... p. 90, 124, 154 MC LEAN, JOHN, 706 Penfield Ave. .... MC VEEN, MIKE, 327 Longon Ave. ..... 2 -pp. 91, 143, 154 MADARIS, ELAINE, 504 East Ave. .... MADDOCK, RICK, 479 W. 10th se. .... ' '---' pp. 91, 124, MADDOCK, MELODEE, 479 W. 10th St. MAOOK, PEGGY, 332 Cambridge Ave. -- --------- p. 91 --------- p. 66 144, 154 ----- pp. 67, 123, 126, 131, 134 -- pp. 62, 66, 118, 119, 126, 131, 166 MAOLEM, BILL, 1014 West Ave. --- ....... pp. 91, 175 MAHAR, PHIL, 328 Columbus St. MAHER, DENNIS, 228 E. 11th St. ......... ...... p . 91 MAHLA. CHERYL, 367 Marseilles ................. p. 76 MAHOLIC, NURISSA, 3050 West River Rd. ........ p. 76 MAIDEN, ROEERTA, RD2 N. Murray Ridge ...... pp. 76, 123, 125. 131, 139, 144 218 MALIK, JOANN, 112 Bell Ave. ........ MALIK, MICHAEL, 323 Louisiana Ave. ............. MANIES, CHARLES, 311 Winckles St. ........---.. MANN, SUSAN, 979 Gulf Rd. ........ --- p. 76 P. 91 P. 91 pp. 76, 120, 125, 134, 159 MANN, TERRY, 524 Cleveland St. -- ........... P. 76 MANNING, JUDY, 1367 East Ave. -- ...... p. 91 MANS, LINDA .................... .......--- P . 80 MARKUS, JAMES. 226 Boston Ave. ............--. P- 91 MARLETT, MARY ANN, 329 High St. .... pp. 91, 142, 155 MARRIS, RODGER ................... ......-... P . 92 MARSHALL, JOANN, 721 Furnace St. ............. p. 76 MARTEN, GREG, 117 Roosevelt Ave. -- ---- p. 91 MARTIN, DORA, 125 Waverly .... ........ p . 91 MARTIN, MARTIN, MARTIN, MARTIN. DAVE, 264 Roosevelt .... JACK, 227 8th St. ........ MIKE, 816 Park Ave. ........ TOMMY, 562 Stafford Dr. MASCIARELLI, AL, 515 Ironwood Ct. MASON, CYNTHIA, 508 Denison Ave. MASONIS, BILL. 368 High St. ...... ----- pp. 19, 76 ---L pp. 91, 175 -------- p. 66 --- ---------- p. 91 ------------- p. 92 ---- pp. 91, 124, 127 pp. 66, 147, 176, 177 MASONIS, KATHY, 368 High St. ................ p. 76 MATEK, JOHN, 124 Marseilles Ave. ...-........... p. 66 MATHIEU, ROLAND, 201 University Ave. -..-.--.. p. 97 MAXEY, RUEBEN, 130 Center St. ----.-- pp. 66, 122, 135 MAY, RHONDA, 590 W. Broad St. ....-... - MAYNARD, BARBARA, 252 Ohio St. ------- p. 91 ---- pp. 76, 123, 125, 143, 159 MAYAK, NANCY, 1045 Foster Ave. ------ pp. 76, 134, 135 MAZE, CHARLES, 152 Cleveland sf. -------------- p. 91 MEADOWS, RUSSELL, 1306 s. Prospect si. -------- p. 76 MEANS, DAVID, 20 High sf. ----.--------------- p. 76 MECERA, LARRY, 906 LaGrange Rd. ------------- p. 128 MECKLEY, JOHN, 122 Caroline se. ------ pp. 76, 107, 157 MEESE, CLAUDIA, 431. Beebe Cf. ---------------- p. 66 MELE, LEAJEAN, 366 49th St. .-......--....-..- MELHINCH, GIVEN, 613 West River St. P. 91 ----- pp. 91, 155 MELNYCZUK, STEVE, 549 Furnace St. ...... pp. 76, 151 MELTON, SUE, 4 Frank Ct. ..-.......... pp. 91, 135, 154 MEREDITH, CYNTHIA, 327 Hawthorne St. ...-.,, gzip. 91, X 12 , 127 MEREDIT H, CYNTHIA, 234 Harvard Ave. ....... pp. 91, 124, 127, 154 MERGARD, BETH, 1424 Faron Place --- .... pp. 91, 118, 127, 155 MERRILL, DENNIS, 464 W. 8th St. .-....... pp. 91, 149 MERTZ, LYNN, 537 N. Murray Ridge .... pp. 91, 128, 148 MESCHKE, LARRY, 357 Yale .-.-.-----.-...-...- p. 76 MESCHKE, LESLIE, 357 Yale ..-.....-.-.....-..-. p. 91 MESSAROS, JOHN, 2128 Lake Ave. --------.. pp. 91, 154 MESSENGER, LEANORD. 78 Williams St. ...-...... p. 91 METZ, BEVERLY, 251 Whitman Blvd. .... ...... p . 91 METZ, EUGENE. 259 Whitman Blvd. ............. p. 91 METZGER. LINDA. 240 Oxford Ct. -. ..--.-.. pp. 76, 151 METZIG, ROSWITHA. 730 W. Broad St. -. --.- pp. 66, 136 MEYER, BETSY. 115 Park Ave. .- ----- pp. 91, 127, 155, 167 MEYER. DAVID. 393 Furnace St. ..-..-. pp. 91, 124, 148 MIEROP, KENNETH, 146 Larkmont ...... . LL pp. 91, 142 MIEROP. JIM, 146 Larkmont Dr. --.-- pp. 76, 133, 142, 162 MIHALIS, ROSALIE, 408 East Ave. ...... pp. 66. 126, 163 MIKO, JIM, 155 lrondale St. . .--.... pp. 91, 124, 148, 154 MIKOY, TOM. 1017 N. Pasadena ............ pp. 91, 142 MILBURN, MIKE, 325 Gulf Rd. --- ............. p. 91 MILCHEN. ANDY. 480 10th St. .... pp. 91, 137 MILES. ERAN. 312 West Ave. -. ----- ffff pp. 91, 154 MILETI. DENNIS.-216 Colgate Ave. --- ......... p. 76 MILLER, CHARLES. 2103 Lake Ave. .......... LL-. p. 66 MILLER, DENNIS. 201 Clogare Ave. .-.-.. pp. 66, 122, 140 MILLER, DORIS. 161 Harvard Ave. -... . oo. 66. 122. 134. 137, 138, 144, 163 MILLER, ELLEN, 1955 I-ike Ave. ---------..-..-- p. 91 MILLER, FRED, 110 E. Griswold Rd. ---- .... P p. 91, 155 MILLER, GARY, 274 Hilliard Rd. --- ........ p. 66 MILLER, GLEN, 1000 N. Pasadena --- ---- PP. 91, 142 MILLER, JON MIKE, 110 Euclid Sr. --- ........... ---- MILLER, JUDY, 1955 Lake Ave. ..-.. .... p p. 76, 159 MILLER, JUDY, 329 Clark St. ......-.- ------------- MILLER, JUDY, 389 N. Olive St. .....--- -------- P - 91 MILLER, JERRY, 200 Yale -........... ......--.. p - 66 MILLER, KAREN, 223 Eastern Height S' Blvd. ........ p. 91, 124 127 154 S 9 MILLER, KEITH, 5979 Antrim Rd. ,,...,.,-.--,,., P, 91 MILLER, PATSY, 5713 Elyria Ave. ...... pp. 66, 122, 126, 139, 163 MILLER, RAYMOND, RD2 Stang Rd, ,--,--,-,-,-- P, 91 MILLER, ROBERT, 371 Yale Ave. ..... p. 66 MILLER SANDY, 201 Colgate Ave.-LL: ..... ff pp. 91, 148 MILLERZ TOM, 187 Clinton Ave. -..............,- p, 76 MILLER, WILLIAM, 246 Eastern Heights Blvd. .... pp. 76, 123, 130, 144, 162, 174 MILLS, JEANETTE, 144 Harrison St. ..... pp. 66, 131, 134 MILNER, JAMES, 701W West River St. ........... p. 76 MINNEY, LINDA, 142 Dilworth St. ............... p. 91 MIRAEEN, ELLEN, 320 Columbia Ave. .... pp. 76, 125, 134 MITCHELL, CI-IERYL, 519 Furnace St. ....... pp. 76, 158 MITCHELL, KEN, 155 Emerson Ct. ..... --- pp. 91, 142 MITCHELL, ROBERT, 155 West Ave. .........-,.. p, 76 MOEHLE, MARIANNE, 157 Hamilton sr. ..... pp. 66, 122, 126, 134, 160, 163 MOLE, SALLY, 304 N. Olive St. ..... pp. 91, 124, 127, 143 MOLLENKAMP, LARRY, 89 William St. ..... pp. 76, 162 MONEYPENNY, THOMAS, 611 Dewey Ave. .... pp. 76, 159 MOODY, MARY, 913 Foster Ave. ........,.,.--,, p, 66 MOORE, DENNIS, 1026 N. Pasadena Ave. .......... p. 91 MOORE, JANET, 244 N. Olive sr. ..... pp. 76, 125, 134, 139. 140, 142 MOORE, KALLE, 441 W. 9th St. -.--,.,,,,---,--- p, 76 MOORE, LINDA, 157 Emerson cr. .... pp. 91, 124, 143, 155 MOORE, PAMELA, 1119 Garden St, -----,.-,-,--- P, 76 MOORE, ROBERT, 255 West River ,....,..,...--- p, 91 MOORE, ROBERTA, 255 West River .... .... p p. 76, 159 MOORE, SHALION, 184 Clinton Ave. -- ....... p. 91 MOORE, VELMA, 703 West Sr. ..,---..,,--,----- P, 76 MORAN, MICHAEL, 316 Jackson Ave . ....... pp. 76, 174 MORAN, EDWARD, 316 Jackson Ave. ....... pp. 91, 148 MORAN, SANDRA, 213 Vassar Ave. .... pp. 66, 121, 122, 126 MORSE, KAREN, 158 Clark sr. .... pp. 76, 125, MORY PETER 135 Roo vel , , se t Ave. ..... pp. MOSS, DIANE, 6308 B. Broad St. pp 76, , 139 128, 131, 135, 159 76, 144, 183 125, 136 MOWERY, HANK, 174 Bell Ave. -ffffiff pp: 7.6, 137, 178 MOWERY, SHANNON, 174 Bell Ave, ,.,..,,,...,- p, 66 MOWRY, JOHN, 619 Bell Ave. ,....... ,....,.- , p, 76 MOYER, KAREN, 451 Cambridge,Ave. MROSEK, ERICH, 459 Concord Ave. --- MUCHA, TED, 137 Lafayette St. .... MUELLER CHARLES 126 Broad S ------ pp. 91, 124, 127, 154 --------- p. 76 140, 141 , , r. ...... pp. 92, MUELLER, MARTIN, 126 Broad Sr, ,,,,-,,..,--.., P, 66 76 MUDRAK, JACKIE, 328 Harvard Ave. .... pp. , 120, 125 MULL, LOREN, 436 Earl cr. ..,.........,....,.,, p, 76 MURAWSKI, CAROL, 239 Boston Ave. .... pp 127 135 - 91, . MURBACH. SUSAN, 954 El,-Wood Dr. ........ pp. 18, 91 118, 124, 127, 143, 154 MURO, RAY, 1411 Middle Ave. -........,.......- p. 92 MURPHY, ANITA, West River ................... p. 66 MURRAY, FERN, 244 Hamilton Ave. .... pp. 76, 118, 123, 125, 134, 135, 136, 144 MURRAY, FRANK, 128 Kipling St. ..........-..... p. 92 MURRAY, MABLE, 324 16th Sr. .....-...... pp. 76, 131 MURRAY, RICHARD, 128 Kipling sr. --- ....... p. 76 N NAEGELE, MARYANNA, 316 Stanford Ave. ....... pp. 76, 12 5, 134, 136, 159 NAGY, DAVID, 117 Lousianna. Ave. .............. ..... NAGY, GREGORY, 2356 Lake Ave. -- ----- pp. 92, 128, 148, 175 NAGY, SCOTT, 142 Emerson Ct. ............ pp. 92, 142 NAGY, SHARON, 534 Vulcan St. ................. p. 76 NARDECCHIA, BONNIE, 352 Oberlin Rd . ........ --p. 76 NEAL, BILL, 405 Oberlin Rd. .................... p. 76 NEAL, PRISCILLA, 715 Sherman St. ---- p. 66 NELSON, CHARLES, 1930 Middle SLLLL--E111-pp. 76, 151 NELSON, JOYCE, 1930 Middle Ave. -- --- pp. 92, 154 NEMETH, RONALD, 552 Vulcan sr. -- ........... p. 66 NEMITZ, NORMA, 2226 Lake Ave. ...... pp. 63, 66, 122, 130, 160 NEWKIRK, JACK, 520 Gai-ford .................. p. 67 NEWSOME, PAT, 425 East River ....-....... pp. 76, 159 NEWTON, BARB, 1828 West .................... p. 92 NEWMEYER, JUDY, 350 Yale ...... pp. 66, 126, 135, 163 NEWMEYER, SANDY, 350 Yale Ave. -- --- pp. 92, 127, 148, 163 NEWBROUGI-I, RON, 303 Spruce St. --- .-.... p. 92 NICELY, PAT, 1018 West ............. - .-..... P- 76 NICHOLS, BARBARA, 420 Earl Ct. ......... pp. 67, 126, 135, 163 NICHOLS, LINDA, 206 Stanford Ave. .... pp. 67, 131, 134. 138, 143, 156, 157, 163 NICHOLS, WILLIS, 319 Harwood St. ........ pp. 76, 118, 144, 157 NICKEL, JAMES, 114 Pasadena Ave. .......... pp. 67, 137 NICOLSON, BRIAN, 317 Concord Ave. .....--.---- P- NICKOLETTE, LOUIS, 535 Princeton Ave. ..... pp. 92, NIXON, RICHARD, 702 Abbe Rd. .......... pp. 771 76 175 NIELSEN, JOAN, 129 Columbia Ave. .... pp. 92, 127 162 NOE, VAUGHN, 233 E. 13th St. ..... pp. NOFZINGER, DARLENE, 455 Metcalf Rd. ....... 67, 132, 157, PP- 92. 127, 135 NOFZINGER, LONNIE, 455 Metcalf Rd. .... ----- P P- 77, 134, 140, 142 NOLEN, ROBERT, 2103 Scott Ave- .......... ..... P - 92 NOONAN, MICHAEL, 128 seliadden Rd. ...... pp. 92, 128, 144, 175 NORRIS, BETSY, 632 Bell Ave. .... pp. 67, 126, 138, 139, 145, 156, 165 NORTHCUTT, PAUL, 101 West sr. .......... pp. 77, 159 NOVAK, JUDY, 410 Cambridge Ave. -- ------- p. 67 NOVAK, RICHARD, 362 Hawthorne sr. ...... pp. 67, 147 NOVAK, RON, 612 Turner sr. ............ ...... P . 67 NOVESHE, ELEANOR, 342 Fast River sr. ...... pp. 92, 124 NUTTER, NEAL, 654 Bell Ave. - .,,, pp. 77, 123, 129. 144 O OAKLER, RONNY, 1108 Garden St. .... 0'CONNOR, GARY, 801 East Broad .... ODY, RICHARD ............... .... .......... P - OGLE, RUTH, 52 Riverside ......... .... p P- 99, 145, OLAH, JERRY, 2890 W. River St. .,..... ---- pp. 67, 147 ---- pp. 67, 147 141 166 pp. 67, 147, 155 OLAH, PATRICIA, 2890 W. River Rd. ......-...-- -- P. 92 OLDENBURG, BART, 372 Furnace St. .... pp. 77, 121, 133, 140, 162 OLDS, BONNIE, 511 Lodi Sc. ......... .......--.- P - 77 OLEJKO, TOM, 128 Lake Ave. ......... ..... P P- 67. 147 OLENEK, STEPHEN, 751 W. River Rd. ........... P- 92 OLIVER, ANNIE, 739 W. 19th Sf. ...... ------ P - 92 OLIVER HARVEY 7 W 19th St -p. 92 . . 39 . - ------ ---- - OLIVER, SYLVERTER, 739 W. 19th Sr- -- --------- P- 92 OLMSI' ED, MOLLY, 201 E. River St. -- ---- pp. 77, 137 OLMSTED, TOM, 701 E. Tiver Sf. .......... ---...- P - 77 OPEL, TOM, 995 Rosealee Ave. .............. PP. 77, 174 ORVIS, TIM, 213 B. 15th Sr. ........-. ----.- P P- 77. 178 OSBORN, KATHIE, 28515 Center Ridge Rd., Rocky River -- pp. 67, 118, 121, 122, 126, 131, 136, 144 OSSMAN, JAMES, 1102 Murray Rd. .......... pp. 92. 175 0'1"1', ALICE, 138 Manor Dr. ............ PP- 92, 127. 148 OTT, DELMAR, 344 N. Olive Sr. ........... ...... P - 67 OVERS, TOM, 717 Washington Ave. ..... pp. 92. 157, 173 OWENS, JIM, 215 Cedar Sr. ........ ......-...- P - 92 P PACK, RAY, 805 Longson Ave. ........ pp. 77, 133, 140, 162, 174 PAGE, DIANA, 428 Clinton Ave. .........-.. PP- 77. 139 PAINTER, DAVID, 1077 E. River Rd- ....------ --- P- 92 PALAGYI, SUSAN, 234 Foster Ave. --- pp PALEN, MARSHA, 154 Campagna St. --- 92, 124, 127, 142 ----- pp. 92, 155 PALLARDY, DENNIS, 528 Park Pl- .....---. ------ P - 92 PANDY, DENNIS, 400 Dellefield Rd. ......... ...- P - 67 PAPENBROCK, DONNA, 232 Emerson Ct. ---.- PP- 92, PAPPAS, DORA, 521 2nd Sr. ......... -..---- P P- 92- 127 PARKER, JIM, 201 Hawthorne St. ...... PARKINSON CAROL 1414 S. Abbe Rd. pp. 77, 130, 133. 127, 155 151, 159 --- p. 92 PARSONS, KIM, 142 Harrison sr. .... pp. 92, 127, 131. 154 PARSONS, RICK, 142 Harrison sr. ....... pp. 77, 137. 162 PASADYN, RONNIE, 208 Longfellow Sr. ........... - P. 92 PASENOLV, JEAN, 704 Clark Sc. .............. ---- P - 67 PASZLI, FRED, 349 Harvard Ave. .......--- ------ P - 77 PATTERSON, PHYLLIS, 524 Middle Ave. .... pp. 1742 11252 PEABODY, MARY. 208 Brandtson Ave. L... pp. 67, 122, 136 219 PEABODY, SANDRA, 400 Columbus St. ....,......, p. 77 PEARCE. MARY ANN, 202 Beebe Ct. ------------- p. 67 PEARCE, WILLIAA4, 235 Bath St. ...h.........,,.. p, 77 PEAT, PAMELA, 106 Youkshire ct. .0.., pp. 77, 119, 139, 150, 161 PEGGS, VICKI, 1619 Lake Ave. .... .A,.,,-., p , 92 PERET, DIANE, 929 E. River so --- .... pp. 92, 154 PERKINS, BOB, 521 Garfield Ave. --- ,,,.--,- p, 97 PERKINS, DORIS, 146 Woodford Ct. ................... PERKINS, KAY, 125 Morgan Ave. .......... pp. 77, 139 PERKINS, PAT, 441 Adams se. ...... pp. 9, 92, 118, 124, 127, 155, 167 PERKINS, ROBERT, 103 Bath St. ...................,.. PERKINS, STEVE, 805 Woodland Ave .... ......, p . 182 PERMELIA, DARRELL, 164 Clinton Ave. --- ...... p. 77 PERRY, JAMES, 166 Spruce St. .......... ...,,.,, p . 92 PETER. CAROL, 310 Beebe St. .....,... .... p p, 77, 144 PETERS, LEN, 172 Fairlawn Ave. --- PETERS, MOLLY, 241 Courtland St. ...... , , PETERSEN, ALAN, 115 Yale Ave. ....... . 7 , 133, 51 PETROVSEK, DENNIS, 630 E. Foster Park Rd. ...... p. 92 PETRAS, BOB, 335 Lowell St. .................,...-... PETEROSKY, GENE, 506m Middle Ave. ........... PETRUZZI, SUSAN, 334 Longford Ave. ............ p. 92 PETTIS, LEROY, 432 Bell Ave. .......,. pp. 92, 175, 179 PETTRESS, DIANE, 1734 Lake Ave. ..2.. pp. 92, 124, 127, PFEIFFER, IEFF, 2139 Lake Ave. .... PFEIFFER, NANCY, 2222 Lake Ave. -- PHELPS, DUANE, 433 Cleveland St. ....,-.,-.,.,,- p, 77 PHILLION, MARCIA, 1039 E. Rivet St. ...... pp. 77, 125, 134 131, ---- 92 ------- p. pp. 77 123 144 .pp 7 1 P. 92 155, 167 --------- p. 92 ---- pp. 67, 163 , 136, 144, 159 PHILLIPS. LINDA, 596 Cleveland St. -.----,------, P, 67 PHILLIPS, LYNDA, 25 West Ave, ,---,----------- Q P, 92 PHILLIPS, MERI SUE, 270 Pasadena Ave. ...... pp. 77, 123 PHILLIPS, MICHAEL, 549 Dennison Ave. .......... p. 77 PHILLIPS, RUTH, 1063 Melvin Lane ..... pp. 77, 125, 139 PHILLIPS, SANDY, 150 Edison Cf, ----------- PP. 97, 124 PHILLIPS, TOM, 270 Pasadena Ave, --- --------- P, 92 PIATT. IOHN, 131 Cascade St. .... ......,. p p, 92, 140 PICK, ROBERT, 640 Bell Ave. ...... PIERCE, DIANE, 169 Hanilton St. --- PILARCZYK, DAVE, 323 High Sf, ----- PINTER, GAIL, 1000 Rush St. .... --- pp. 77, 178, 183 pp. 77, 143, 159 ------------ p. 92 - pp. 77 125 , , 134, 151 145, PIPER, BILL, 619 Cambridge Ave. .... pp. 67, 137, 178, PIT KIN. DAVE. 908 E. River Rd. ........ PITTS, GEORGIA, 1705 Lorain Blvd. - pp. 77, 133, PITTS, GERALD. 206 Wnlnnan Blvd. -1111111 .... p PLESKA, LINDA. 235 Pasadena Ave. PONDY, MAUREEN, 1001 Gulf Rd PORTER, MARVIN, 500 W. 3rd St. PORTER, PATRICIA, 238 3fel se. --fffffffff POST, PHYLLIS, 400 Morgan Ave. L...... POSTLETHWAIT. CARL. 431 3rd S I. ...... -- 179 174 pp. 67, 131 146 pp. 92, 124, 144 . ..... --- pp. 77, 125, 131 134 143 , , . 159 pp. 77 149 ----- p. 77 ---- p. 92 p. 77 POSTLETHWAIT. GENEVIEVE, 431 3rd se. .... I 11 p. 77 POSTON. BRUCE. 309 8th sf, ---p- , -3--,---- PP, 92, 124 POWEL-SON, DAVID, 437 Beechwood Dlr. ........ pp. 93, 154, 175 POWELSON, KAREN, 437 Beechwood Dr. ..... pp. 77, 125 POWESKA, NANCY. 253 Fairlawn Ave. ...... ----- p. 93 PRATT, CHUCK. 123 Charles Ct. ....,,,, ----,- P , 93 PRATT. EDDIE. 123 'Charles Ct. .....L.. PRATT. SUSAN. 354 Ohio St. - ...... - PRIVANIC, BOB. 227 Warren Ave. ...,.. ---. ...L p. 92 ---- pp. 93, 154 ---- p. 77 PRICE, ELIZAVFTH. 240 W. River sn N. ---:L-pp. 93, 154 PRICE. JOHN, 240 W, River Sf, N, ----p--k--- ---Y P I 77 PRICE, NANCY. 220 Washington Ave. ---- pp. 93, 124, 127. 14 , 154 PRIESTAS, GEROGE ,-,-M -,-- , ,--,--------A u BP. 93 PURCELL, CHARMAIN, 516 Harvard Ave. ---- pp, 77, 118, 161, 166 PYECROFT, JOHN. 111 Penrose Q., ------,-,, up P, 55 PYNCHON, DAVE, 419 Oxford Ave. ----- Q QUEEN. BOB. 545 Harvard Ave. - ---- --- QUEEN, WAYNE, 207 Marseilles Ave. ---- R RACZ. SANDRA. 1155 Bell Ave. ---. 220 pp. 67, 150, 160 pp. 93, 175. 178 pp. 77, 135, 162 --- p. 77 RADDATZ. BILL. 1095 N. Pasadena St. -- --- pp. 93, 275 RADER. JUDY, 104 Spruce St. ....-............. p. 67 RADER. TOM. 738 N. Abbe Rd. -. --.........-.. . p. 77 RAINEY, JANICE, 816 Washington Ave. - -4--- Dp. 77, 121. 123, 125, 134, 144 RANKTN, RICH, 533 Ohio St. --..-......... pp. 93, 140 RATH WELL, IRVING, 1394 East Ave. ---- READ, BONNIE, 607 Stanford Ave. --- READ, NANCY -..-........ ......... REAMS, SHARON, 132 Marseilles Ave. --- EASE TOM ----- P. 93 ----- p. 93 ------ p. 80 --- pp. 77, 140 ----- p. 175 R R, -------------- ------- REBER, RENEE, 187 Middle Ridge Rd. -..---.- pp. 67, 150 REDDINGER, PAT, 247 Courtland Sr. ---- J -------- p. 93 REDINGTON, SUSANNE, 236 6th St. ---- pp. 77, 125, 134, REDMAN, JOYCE, 333 Bon Air Ave. -- REDMAN, LINDA, 337 Wesley Ave. --- REED, CYNTHIA, 641 Hilliard Rd. --- 139, 142, 159 ---------- p. 67 ----- pp. 77, 158 ---- PP. 93, 127, 131, 155 REED, SARAH, 304 Clinton Ave. -- .-.....-- --- P- 67 REESE, KATHY, 135 Cascade St. -------- pp. 77, 123, 125, 150, 151 REFENNING, JACK, 1016 N. Pasadena Ave. ---- pp. 77, 175 REFENNING, JERRI, 1016 N. Pasadena Ave. ----..- p. 93 159 REID, ANNE, 232 7th St. ------ pp. 77, 123, 139, 142, REID, ROSEMARY, 304 Clinton Ave. ---- pp. 76, 138, 141 REIDINGER, JEAN, 154 Eaely cf. ------------ pp. 55, 141 REINHARDT, RICHARD, 253 George St. -------- plp. 93g 12 , 15 REISIG, CARLA, 1116 East Ave. -----.....--...... p. 93 REISINGER, JOYCE, 119 Haven Dr. ---- pp. 77, 123, 1256 131, 13 REIT H, EDWARD, 378 Longfellow St. -----...----....-. REMICK, CHUCK, 548 Fairmont St. --.. --- pp. 67, 146 RENICK, GEORGE, 166 Caroline St. --- .----- p. 77 REPKO, JOHN, 111 Longford Ave. --- ------ p. 93 RESAR, TOM, 206 Miani Ave. ........ ........-- p . 93 RESH KATHRYN 370 Griswold Rd. pp. 93, 149 REUSSER, DAVID,' 1085 Pasadena Ave.-:LLL-pp.-93, 124, 149 REYNOLDS, BONNIE, 311 East River St. ------ pp. 67, 135 REYNOLDS, FRED, 335 10th St. ---------........ p. 93 RHODEHANEL, CLIFTON, 740 Duffey St. ---------- p. 69 RICH, DAVID, 121 Crestlane Dr. --------....------ p. 77 RICHARD, MARY, 356 Griswold Rd. ---- --- pp. 93, 155 RICHARDS, JIM, 106 Northrup St. --- RICHARD, JEANNE, 615 Bond St. --- RICHARDSON, MYRNA, 315 7th St. --- ------ p. 77 -- -.... P. 93 --- pp. 93, 155 RICKEL, ROBERT, 543 Debby Lane ---------- pp.. 93, 148 RIDER, DONALD, 285 Hawthorne St. -------- RIETH, BARB, 164 Emerson Ct. ---- pp. PP- 93. 124 123, 131, 143, 151 RIECH, RICHARD, 342 12th St. ------........ .... p . 77 RIFENBURG, FLOYD, 152 Bell Ave. -.-- RIFFLE, JOHN, 219 W. River Rd. -.--- RIGG, MICHAEL, 322 Hawthorne St. --- ----------- P. 93 ----- p. 76 - ----.- p. 67 RIGGS, ARTHUR, 763 Grandview Dr. -------- pp. 93, 149 RINEHART, HOWARD, 128 Courtland St. .-...-.--- p. 76 RITTERS, CHERYL, 700 Washington Ave. --- --4 PP. 93, 124, 127 ROACH, DOROTHE, 349 17th St. .-.,... ---.. P . 80 ROBERTS, FABIAN, 419 W. 16th St. --- --- p. 93 ROBERTS, JUDY, 105 Gulf Rd. ...-.., .... P . 67 ROBERTS, MAX, 30 Winckle St. --... ....... p . 93 ROBERTS, PATTY, 133 Oak St. ..-.. ........ P . 93 ROBERTSON, TOM, 217 West St. --.-- --- pp. 78, 159 ROBBINS, ELAINE, 132 Harvard Ave. ---- --- PP- 93, 149 ROBBINS, SHARON, 183 Spruce St. --- ROBINSON CHARLES 336 16th St. --- ROBINSONI LEWIS, 411 Bell Ave. ----- ff p1l'93f143, ---------- p. 93 p. 69 175 ROBINSON, SANDRA, 500 W. 3rd St., Box No. 121 ------ pp. 93, 135 ROCK, DIANE, 382 Longfellow sn -----. pp. 93, 118, 119, 127, 143 124, ROCK, JUDY, 382 Longfellow St. -------- pp. 67, 119, 163 ROCKWOOD, JIM, 432 Louisianna Ave. ---- pp. 78, 133, 151 RODOCHY, BARBARA, 120 Irondale St. ....-...-.. P- 78 ROE, BILL, 332 Columbia Ave. ---------- pp. 93, 128. 148 ROE, DAVE, 614 Gulf Rd. -- pp. 93, 119, 124, 128, 144, 162 ROSEMANN, DOUG, 285 Pasadena Ave. ------- pp. 67, 70, 98, 111, 123 ROGERS, IOANNE, 453 W. 10th st. -- ........ p. 93 ROIG, JOHN ................... -- --- P- 93 ROONEY, KATHY, 130 Larkmont Dr. --- ...... p. 93 ROSEN, JERRY, 669 Glenwood ........ pp. 78, 157 ROSKOS, KEN, 110 Woodbury ...... --- pp. 78, 162 ROSS, CELINDA, 801 Schadden ................... p. 78 ROSS, CHESTER, 426 W. 12th St. ........ pp 93, 140, 179 ROSS, LEONARD, 801 Schadden Rd. ..... pp. 67, 146 ROSS, MIKE, 801 Schadden Rd. ....... .......... ROTHGERY, SALLY, 241 Colgate Ave. - ROUNDS, RAY, 124 Hawthorne St. .,.... ROURKE, BARBARA, 115 Fremont St. p. 93 --- PP. 93, 124 --- pp. 93, 175 p. 78 ROURKE, MIKE, 702 West Ave. ...... .......... p . 93 ROURKE, PAT, 115 Fremont St. ..,.. -. ..... pp. 93, 135 ROUSH, BONNIE, 663 Bell Ave. --- .... pp 93, 124, 148 ROWE, SHARON, 1922 Lake Ave. .......... pp. 93, 135 ROWELL. JOAN. 116 Lake Ave. ........, 93, 135, 155 RUBIN, JUDITH. 433 Popular St. ---. --.- 93, 127, 143 RUCK, GEORGE, 532 Eastern Heights Blvd. .... pp. 67, 147 RUDY, KAREN, 110 Elma Dr. ................... p. 67 RUDY. RENEE. 514 Denison .....,.........,-..-, p, 93 RUGGLES. CHERYL ......,.,......,,,-.-.,,...- p, 78 RUMMLEY. CHARLOTTE, 149 Nottingham . ..... p. 93 RUMPH, EDDIE -- ..............,...,-..... ,- p, 67 RUMPH. MARY LOU. 821 W. Broad St. ..... --- p. 93 RUMSIER, SANDRA. 1429 Middle ...,..... RUPLE, BETTY JEAN. 588 Hilliard Rd. --f'p.'67 RUSSELL. ANDY, 534 Washington Ave. ............ p. 93 RUTH. JAMES, 2306 Ford Rd. .................... p. 67 RYAN, JOHN. 540 Princeton Ave. .... pp. 93, 118, 119, 175 RYAN, SALLY, 451 Concord Ave. .................. p. 93 RZEMISKI, PATRICIA, 5691 Elyria Ave. --- pp. 97, 118, 139 S SABO, ALAN, 360 Cambridge ..................... p. 97 SABO, ALEX, 182 Jay Drive ...................... p. 78 SABO, JAMES, R. D. No. 2 S. Murray Ridge ........ p. 94 SABO, LINDA, 334 Longfellow St. ....... pp. 67, 112 126, 13 r 138 SABO, PAUL, 503 Gulf Rd. -.....,............... p. 67 SABO, ROBERT, 503 Gulf Rd. , ........ pp. 78, 140, 157 SABO, RONALD, 359 W. River St. North .L........ p. 94 SADLER, LARRY, 16 Elm Dr. ....... pp. 78, 118, 157, 183 SADOWSKI, GARY .................................. SAGE, CAROL. 707 East Ave. ---.. .... pp. 67, 118, 136, 145 SAHR. DON, R. D. No. 2 West Ridge Rd. .......... p. 78 SALEY, SHARON, 218 West River St. South .... pp. 94, 155 SALISBURY, CLIFFORD, 333 N. Olive St. ........ pp. 78, 133, 159 SALLIS, DAWSON. 128 Rambler Rd. .... --- pp. 80, 147 SAMS, CONNIE, 6420 W. Ridge Rd. -- ...... p. 78 SAMS, LINDA, 6420 W. Ridge Rd. ..... .... p . 94 SAND, RICHARD, 557 Ohio St. --- --- p. 94 SANFORD, LARRY, 254 Washington Ave. - --- pp. 67, 143, 182 SANTORO, LINDA, 109 Hieledele cr. .......,....,. p. 78 SAPLAK, SHARYN, 207 Bellfield Ave. ........ pp. 94, 135 SAPP, JOE, 839 Bond sr. ...-..,.,.,.,.,.,,, pp. 94, 140 SARNORDKY, KATHY, 817 Washington Ave. .... pp. 94, 124, 127 SARNORSKY, LINDA, S17 Washington Ave. ...... pp. 67, SCHMIDT, SHERYL, 216 3rd St. ........ pp. 78, 123, 125, 143, 161 SCHMITTGEN, MARY, 236 Columbus St. ..-.. pp. 67, 122, 126, 131, 138, 143, 145, 156, 160, 161 SCHMITTGEN, NANCY, 633 Washington Ave. .... pp. 67, 122, 139, 143, 145, 156, 163 SCHNEIDER, LINDA, 359 Beibe St. ..... pp. 78, 123, 125, 131, 135, 159 SCHNUR, TONY, 163 Pelrlewo Ave. ........... --- p. 94 SCHOEN, SHARON, 662 Weller Rd. ......... pp. 67, 140 SCHRADER, LAWRENCE, 193 Longfellow .... pp. 78, 174 SCHRINER, DAVID, 311 Fairlawn ........ -..... p - 94 SCHRINER, DOUG, 311 Fairlewrr ....... --- pp. 94, 154 SCHROEDER, BETTY J., 250 Marseilles .... ...... p . 67 SCHROEDER, DENNIS, 117 Marseilles Ave. ........ p. 67 SCHROEDER, DIANE, 450 Berkshire ........ pp. 1123 SCHROEDER, GAIL, 660 Lpeile Dr. ...... ....... p . 67 SCHROEDER, LeROY, 2053 Lake Ave. ..... ..---- P - 78 SCHROEDER, ROSBMARIE, 619 Cornell ..-.-.----- P- 94 SCHUBERT, LAWRENCE, 735 N. Abbe ....... pp. 78, 128 SCHULHOE, GAYLE, 132 Chase sr. ......... pp. 67, 150 SCHULTZ, MARLENE, 297 Overbrook Rd. ..... pp. 67, 138 SCHUMAR, NANCY, 821 Washington ........ pp. 94, 124, 127, 143 SCHUNK, SUSAN, 732 Perle Ave. ............ pp. 67, 143 SCHWARTZ, SANDRA, 452 Ohio ........... pp. 94, 127 SCHLVARTZ, SHARON, R No. 113, R. D. 2 .....L-. p. so SCHWOCHOW, JILL, 329 E. Griswold ........ pp. 78, 123, 131, 142 SCIULLI, MIKE, 140 Cleveland ...... ............ p . 94 SCOTT, BLAIR, 617 Dewey Ave. .......... --- pp. 94, 149 SCOTT, CHERYL, 111 Marseilles Ave. ..... pp 78, 118, 150 SCOTT, JOHN, 930 N. Pasadena Ave. ........ pp. 94, 160 SCOTT, ROLLAND, 670 Weller Rd. L......... pp. 67, 147 SEARLS, DELMAR, 355 Roosevelt ....... pp. 78, 134, 137 SEARLS, LINDA, 355 Roosevelt --- ...... pp. 78, 159 SEARS, LARRY, 320 East River ......... .......... p . 94 SEARS, MARY, 320 East River .,........ pp. 94. 118, 127 SEARS, PATRICK, R. D. 2 North Murrav ..........-.- --- SEARS, TOM, 320 East River .-.---------- --- P- 69 SEBASTIN, DAVID, 1142 Bell Court ............... p. 94 SECKT, DAVE, 235 Colgate ..............- ..-.... p . 94 SEDENSKY, STARR, 341 N. Abbe Rd. ............ p. 78 SBGHY, JAN, 365 Hamilton Circle ...... pp. 94, 124, 155 SEGRAVES, DEBORAH, 239 5rh Sr. ..........-.... p. 78 SEGRAVES, JANET, 239 Fast 5th ..........-. pp. 94, 139 SEKERAK, LYDIA, 270 winelelee sr. .... pp. 78, 125, 135 SELLERS, DIANE, 353 N. Olive sr. ........ pp. 78, 139. 140, 142 SEMRAU, ROBERT.. 1746 N. Ridge Rd. ...........- p. 94 SHAFFER, LEONARD, 517 Bonair ...... pp. 94, 140, 141 SHAFFER, YVONNE, 241 9th S. ............. .-.. p . 78 SHANK, RICHARD, 725 Woodland Ave. ........... p. 78 SHANKS GEORGE 1736 wilber Ave. --- ..... p. 67 SHANNON, ROBERT, 501 Wesley ........ If pp. 78, 140 122, 126, 134, 136, 138, 142, 159, 163 SAS, JAMES, 1930 Northwood --,-,,-,-,------,--- P, 94 SAVAGE, BARB, 150 Stanford Ave. .......... pp. 78, 125 SAWYER, SALLY, 435 Cambridge Ave. ............ p. 67 SAXE, MARILYN, 701 Middle Ave. ...... pp. 67, 122, 126, 131, 134, 136, 143 SCARBROUGH, JIM, 120 School St. ....-....-,,,- p, 67 SCHAEFFER, KAY, 229 Howe St, .,,---,-,-.- pp, 94, 118 SCHAEFER, VIRGINIA, 1224 Garford Ave. .... pp. 94, 124, 127, 143, 154 SCHAFER, WAYNE, 636 Denison Ave. -- ........ p. 94 SCHAFFER, CAROL, 210 Franklin Ave. ....... pp. 94, 124, 127, 155 SCHAFFER, DONALD, 210 Franklin Ave. .......... p. 67 SCHAFFER, SUSAN, 5710 Elyria Ave. .... SCHALKNER, KATHY, 614 Lake Ave. ....... SCHAU RICK 61 Lodi 1 , 91A ' ------- ---- . SCHILDT, NORINE, 234 Marseilles ............... SCI-IILLING, DAVID, 330 12th St. ....... SCHILLING, JANE, 330 12th St. --.. --- pp. 94, 127, 128 PP- 94, 127, 135, 155 PP 94, 149 p. 94 pp. 94, 144, 178 pp. 94, 127, 142, 148,154 SHARP, RUTH, 1308 Linwood .................... p. 97 SHARPNACK, CI-IERYL, 157 Preston Ave. ........ pp. 67, 122, 136 SHAW, CINDY, 337 3rd sr. ............ pp. 78, 125, 143 SHEFFIELD, LINDA, 120 Berkeley Dr. ....... pp. 68, 136 SHEFFIELD, MARTHA, 250 Marseilles Ave. ........ p. 78 SHEFFIELD, MARY, 259 Marsieles ......... .... p . 78 SHELDON, DON, 138 Spruce St. ,. ........, .-... p . 94 SHELTON, EARL, 5989 Antrim Rd. .... ........ D -- p. 78 SHEPARD, JOANNE, 321 Bell Ave. .....-.... pp. 94, 155 SHEPARD, SUSAN, 218 Brandston Ave. .... pp. 78, 125, 144, 159, 163 SHEWELL, LARRY, 312 'Concord Ave. ....-------- P- 73 SHIELDS, LARRY, 704 Harvard Ave. --- --- p. 94 SHIRLEY, ELMER, 523 Debby Lane ..-- ---. p . 94 SHOBER, BOB, 629 Lodi .......... L .... .....-. p . 94 SHORES, SARAH, 711 W. 16th --..--.-----.- PP- 94, 154 SHOULDERS, LARRY, R No. 2 Box 77A ...-...... p. 94 SHREVE, MARLENE, 956 Bradford Dr. ...... pp. 94, 135 SHREVE, NEIL, 271 Concord ......... -- ---..--- P. 94 SHURLEY, MARY JO, 4660 Lucas Ct. --- --- pp. 68, 139 SHUSTER, RANDY, 247 Bellfield Ave. ..--------.- p. 94 SIEGMUND, GARY, 458 Cambridge .....----..--.. p. 94 SIHES, DONNA ---- .... .......---.------.-------- P . 80 SILVERBERG, KEN, 247 Cornell Ave. pp. 78, 137, 157 221 SIMKO, ROBERT, 1390 N. Ridge Rd. -... ...... p . 68 SIMMONS, DORA, 15 Chestnut St. ...,. ....,... p , 94 SIMMONS, ROBERT, 228 Adelbert St. ....... pp. 94, 124 SIMON, JOHN, 567 Hilliard Rd. ....,.. ..,..,,- p 1, 94 SIMON, ROBERTA, 567 Hilliard Rd. --- ...... p. 94 SIMPKINS, ROGER, 825 W. River St. ............. p. 80 SIMPKINS, RONNIE, 825 W. River St. ---e-------- p. 94 SITTINGER, BETTE JO, 653 Lucille Dr. .... Ave. --- SITTINGER, JIM, 653 Lucille St. ............. pp. 94, 179 SITTINGER, CYNTHIA, 362 Roosevelt SIWIERKA, JO ANN, 350 Pasadena Ave. pp. 68, 135,136 I ----- P. 94 ------------ p. 80 SIWIERKA, WALENE, 350 Pasadena Ave. .......... p. 69 SIX, JOHN, 117 Monroe St. ..................,,--, p, 78 SKAGGS, JAMES, 1910 Lake Ave. ........ pp. 55, 68, 157, 180, 183 SKEEN, RON, 1140 Riverside Dr. -- ...,..... p, 94 SLANCZKA, JOHN, 212 Bebee ........ SLATER, JIM, 1202 West Ave. ..... SLOSIER, RICHARD, 522 Foster Ave. ........ pp..69, 147 SMALLWOOD, LUCY, 1308 Linwood St. ...... - .... p. 94 SMITH, CHERYL, 113 Lineoln Ct. ........ pp. 78, 123, 163 SMITH, CLAUDIA, 119 Grant St. -..,..-..-,. pp. 94, 142 SMITH, DAVID, 327 Hays Ave. .... .... p p. 78, 121 SMITH, DAVID, 204 E. Broad .,......,......-,,,. p, 64 SMITH, DEBORAH, 950 Elywood Dr. ..... pp. 94, 127, 148 SMITH, DIANA, 338 Roosevelt ...... ...... p p. 94, 124 SMITH, DOUGLAS, 230 Wooster St. --- .... pp. 79, 133, 157, 162 SMITH, EARL, 1814 Middle Ave. .... -- pp. 94, 175 SMITH, ESTHER, 235 Rush St. ......... .......... p . 95 SMITH, FRANCIS, 151 Pasadena Ave. .............. p. 79 SMITH, GLENN, 870 Baetz Cr. .................... p. 95 SMITH, GORDON, 1814 Middle Ave. .... pp. 79, 151, 159 SMITH, HAROLD, 549 Case Ave. ..... ............ p . 79 SMITH, HELEN, 87 High St. ...... ......... p . 79 SMITH, HELEN, 108 Malcolm Ct. ...- .-.... p . 79 SMITH, IONA KAY, 121 Quincy sf. .... ........ p . 95 SMITH, JAMES, 119 Glendale Ct. .... .... p p. 95, 149 SMITH, JAMES, 108 Mnpplm cf. .... ........... p . 68 SMITH, JANE, 358 Columbus St. ................. p. 136 SMITH, 68 126 1'27 JUDI, 1261 Washington Blvd. .... pp. 13 1, 1363 1381 163 124, 142, 159 SMITH, KATHY, 310 Lodi St. ....... pp. 95, SMITH, KATHY, 225 University Ave. ..... pp. 95, 118, 127 SMITH, LARRY, 319 Princeton Ave. ........ pp. 1 124, SPARKS, CATHERINE, 306 Harwood St. SPARKS, ROBERTA, 3201 S. Murray Rid SPARR, EDIE, 234 Prospect St. .........-. --- ----- SPAULDING, GAIL, 622 Foster ...... ----2- pp. 95, 155 ge Rd. .... pp. 79. 135. 159 p. 95 ------ p. 79 SPAYD, BARBARA, 119 Emerson sf. --- --- pp. 95, 127 SPEIDEL, CAROL, 1013 N. Pasadena ........... --- p. 95 SPEIGLE, JEANNINE, 126 Stanford Ave. SPEIKER, DONNA, 109 Elizabeth St. ......------- - SPERGIN, TOM, 126 High St. .,........ SPICER, DIANA, 108 Coronado Ct. SPICER, ELLEN, 108 Coronado St. -- --- SPIKE, HELEN, 235 Hamilton Ave. SPIKE, SHEILA, 235 Hamilton Ave. ..... SPINKS, JOLYN, 620 Garford Ave. ..... SPINKS, RICK, 620 Garford Ave. -------- SPRAGUE, ARNOLD. 417 N. Murray Ridge Rd. ...... SPRAGUE, SHERYLE, 114 Bond St. ......... SPRANKLE, SANDY, 207 Clark St. SPRESTER, PAT, 505 N. Abbe Rd. SQUIRES, ROY, 2509 Fackler Ave. STALLINGS, LORETT A, 370 Pasadena Ave. .... pp. ----- pp. 95, 124. 127, 160 p. 79 pp. 95 140 142 ---W pp. 79,,136,,139. 140 65 , 1 pp. 68, 135, 140, 159, 163 pp. 62, 68, 118. 119, 136, 156 pp. 79. 118. 119, 125, 136, 144, 159 pp. 95, 124, 127, 143, 155, 166 pp. 68, 119, 132 p. 79 pp. 95, 124, 127, 155 ------- P. 95 ---------------- p. 68 ---,------------ p. 95 68, 122. 156, 157 STAMCOFF, JAMES, 1990 Northwood Ave. ......... p. 95 STAMMITTI, MARLENE, 345 Ohio St. .... pp. 79, 125. 134, STANBERRY, ROSE. 287 Bon Air Ave. ....... pp. 79, STANDEN, CAROLE, 312 Denison Ave. .... pp. 95, 149, STANDEN, JILL, 217 Glenwood ............. pp. 95, 130, 159 140 155 155 STANFORD, DIANA, 149 Bellfield Ave. ............ p. 68 STANFORD, MARGARET, 149 Bellfield STANG, DEANN, R. D. 2 W. Ridge Rd. STANG, GARY, R. D. 2 W. Ridge Rd. -. ..... STANG, MARY ELLEN, 326 E. Griswold STANKO, CHRISTINE, 357 7th St. ........-.-.-.-- STANTON, BILL, 1305 Murray Ridge ......... STARKEY, JAMES, 1102 Riverside Dr. STARON, EDWARD, 999 Rosealee STASZAK, SANDRA, 416 East Ave.-:SEEDS 71515-95, STASZKO CAROLE 207 Fairlawn Ave Ave. ..... pp. 95, 124, 127, 143, 155 ------ pp. 79, 151 pp. 68, 147 Rd. ........ p. 68 p. 95 pp. 68, 150 ------------- p. 95 PP. 95, 149 143, 155 --- P. 95 .sTAUFFE12, PEGGY: 315 Faifiawp Ave: 11252-pp. 95, 135 STECKLER, SANDRA, 507 Debby Lane . 79, 119 PP STEPHEN, ROGER, 266 Marseilles ........ ...... p . 79 PP STEVENSON, JAY, 945 Gulf Rd. ............ SNIER, JUDY, 696 Weller Rd. ..... , 175 SMITH, LARRY, 208 Beebe Ave. ............ pp. 95, 148 SMITH, LYNNE, 1261 N. Washington Blvd. .... pp. 80, 125, 136, 142, 180 SMITH, LINDA, 536 Fairmont St. ............ pp. 79, 136 SMITH, MARGARET, 204 B. Broad ............... p. 79 SMITH, PETE, 412 W. 15th St. ........ pp. 69, 151, 155, 170, 172, 180 SMITH, ROBERT, 142 Elbe St. ...... pp. 95, 124, 128, 148 SMITH, SUSAN, 142 Elbe St. ....... pp. 18, 68, 122, 126, 138, 144, 157 SMITH, THURMAN, 1125 Middle Ave. ...............-. SMITH, VINCENT, 520 W. Sixteenth St. --- ....... p. 69 SNEDAKER, JAN, 211 8th St. .................... p. 79 SNELL, SUE, 537 Purdue Ave. .................... p. 95 SNIDER, JACK, 1022 N. Pasadena ................ p. 77 SNOBLE, ROGER, 1145 Bell Ave. --- pp. so, 139, 151 pp. 68, 118, 182 SNYDER, DON, 4 Forest St. ....... ...... p p. 95, 175 SNYDER, GORDON, 4 Forest St. --- .... pp. 79, 136 SNYDER, JACK, 2155 Lake Ave. --- ........ p. 95 SNYDER, JEAN, 4 Forest St. ..... -..... p . 95 SNYDER, JON, 215 Wooster St. --- .... p. 79 SNYDER, SHARON, 4 Forest St. ..... ....... p . 68 SNYDER, WAYNE. 4 Forest Sr. ....... ......... p . 95 SOMERS, WILLIAM, 214 Wooster St. ........ pp. 68, 137, 139, 162, 182 SOMMER, CHARLES, 222 5th St. ............ pp. 95, 144 SOMOGYI, DORTHEA, 2750 W. River Rd. ........ pp. 79, 135, 159 SONGER, DONALD, 1001 Middle Ave. ........L... p. 68 SOOY, DALE, 2629 W. River Rd. ........ SOOY, DAVE, 2629 W. River Rd. ........ SOUVA, RON, 427 Ambler Dr. ...... SPANOS, MARY, 230 Furnace St. ..... SPARKS, BARBARA, 306 Harwood St. -- 222 pp. 79, 135, 159 pp. 79, 151, 159 ---- pp. 70, 79 --------- P. 95 ---- pp. 68, 154 . 95, 154 STEVENSON, MARKHAM, 214 Wooster ........... p. 69 STEVENSON, ROGER, 210 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ...... pp. 79, 119, 134, 136, 163, 178 STEWART, CHERYL, 226 Denison Ave. ...... pp. 95, 118, 124, 127, 144 STEWART, JOHN, 445 West 13th ........... pp. 79, 154 STEWART, JUANA, 631 W. River St. N. ..... pp. 95, 124 STICH, ROBERT, 331 Hawthorne ..... ,pp. 68, 132, 142, 162 STITH, DONNA, 341 Columbia Ave. ..... pp. 68, 122, 131, 143, 157, 156 STOCK, DELORICE, 1122 West Ave. -- .... pp. 79, 158 STONE, PHYLLIS, 2632 W. River Rd. ....... pp. 29, 139, 1 3, 150 STONE, SHARON, 2632 W. River St. .... pp. 68, 143, 151 STOUT, SHARON, 407 W. 10th St. ...... pp. 95, 124, 127, 128, 155, 163 STOYKE, ANNE, 205 Hamilton Avenue ...... pp. 79, 120, 123, 125, 134, 142 ST. PETER, RONALD, 115 Caroline St. ...... pp. 68, 136 STRAIT, KAREN, 219 Foster Ave. ................ p. 95 STREBEL, DIANE, 155 Samuel St. --- -- .......... p. 95 STREBEL, DORTHY, 155 Samuel St. ........... --- p. 95 STRICKLER, DAVE, 926 West Ave. ...... STRICKLER, RUTH, R. D. 2 S. Murray STRINGER, TOM, 430 Ohio St. ......... STROCK, STEVE, 405 Oberlin Rd. ........... ..... STROHSACK, JOHN, 372 Griswold Rd. pp. 95, 175, 178 Ridge Ra. ........ pp. 80, 140 pp. 95, 136, 175 p. 79 ------------ p. 79 STRONG, JOANN, 272 Vassar Ave. ..... pp. 68, 122, 126, 136, 142, 156, 163 STUCKEY, JANICE, Woodland --- STUMP, CAROL, 227 Gates Ave. ........,...--,,., p, 68 RALPH, 451 E. Broad St. ...... SUHR, MARTHA, 1015 Park Ave. ...... pp. 79, 118, 123, SUDINA, -------- pp. 125, 136 ---------- P. 95 125, 131, 134, 142, 159 SUKEY, SCOTT, 421 Haron St. ,....-.-...... pp, 79, 151 SUMMERS, ROGER, 1019 Melvyn Lane ....,........ p. 80 SUMMERS, RON, 1019 Melvyn Lane --- ..... p. 97 SUMPTER, ROBERT, 320 13th St. ..... .... p . 79 SUSTER, SUSTER, JOHN, 312 Eschtruth St. -- JOE, 236 Samuel St. ........ SUSTRIK, JOHN, 111 Foster Ave. ........... , SWANEY, NANCY, 535 Fairmont St. ......... SWEENEY, LARRY, 579 Poplar se. --- pp 95 175 --------- P. 95 - pp. 68 147 ----- P. 95 SWEET, LINDA, 218 E. 14th se. ...... 5 .L-pp?-68, 134,,144, 150, 160 SWIFT, BARBARA, 2358 Lake Ave. ...... pp. 79, 154, 144, 150, 159 SWILIK, KEITH, 656 Bell Ave. ...............,-,. p. 95 SZANYI, LEWIS, 603 Lodi si, ...........,......,, p, 95 SZEWCZYK, LYNE'I'I'E, R. D. No. 2 Fowl Rd. .......... pp. 95, 148 T TAKACS, MARILYN, 1410 Ford Rd. -- ..... pp. 95, 143 TALBOT, NELSON, 610 Penfield ................. p. 79 TANNER, DIANE, 440 Ambler Dt. ............... p. 69 TAPS, ESTHER, 275 Colgate Ave. .... pp. 95, 127, 143, 148 TAPS, MARC, 275 Colgate Ave. ............. pp. 79, 174 TARRANT, DELORIS, 205 Peemelv Ave. ........... p. 95 TARRIES, DIANE, 642 LOt1l St. ......... ........ p . 95 TAUNEY, TRENNA, 397 East Bridge St. ...... pp. 95, 149 TAYLOR, DARREL, 993 East River St. -- .... pp. 68, 147 TAYLOR, DICK, 375 Bon Air .......... ....... p . 95 TAYLOR, GARY, 571 Purdue ............. ...... p . 96 TAYLOR, GARY M., 594 Washington Ave. ......... p. 96 TAYLOR, GAYLE, 1008 N. Pasadena Ave. ..... pp. 96, 118, 127, 135 TAYLOR, IMA, 124 Warren Ave. .......... ........... TAYLOR, JACQUELYN, 1824 Middle Ave. ......... p. 56 TAYLOR, JEAN, 124 Warren Ave. ...................... TAYLOR, MARY LOU, 226 Bath St. .......... pp. 79, 158 TAYLOR, NANCY, 1814 Lake Ave. .......... pp. 79, 161 TAYLOR, PATTY, 238 Gates Ave. .... pp. 65, 78, 137, 159 TAYLOR, PATTY, 146 Woodford ................. p. 68 TAYLOR, ROBERT, 336 Harvard Ave. ........ pp. 95, 124 TEFFER, EDITH, 1017 East Ave. ...... ....... p e 96 TEFFER, THOMAS, 1017 East Ave. --- ....... ---.. TELLIER, ALICE, 134 Rambler Ave. --, ......... p. 79 TELLIER, TERNES, HERVE, 134 Rambler ...... DAN, 1015 Sugar Ridge Rd. ---------- p. 79 pp 68 147 175 TERNES, DIANE, 330 Longford Ave. .............. p. 96 TERNES, LARRY, 1212 sugar Ridge .......... pp. 96, 175 TERNES, TOM, 1015 spgei Ridge Road ....... pp. 96, 175 TERRELL, TOM, 332 Harvard Ave. ...... .... p p. 68, 175 TERRY, RICHARD ........,.......- ------,- p. 79 TESTER, LLOYD, 941 Walnut St. ..,,,.. ....... p . 79 THATCHER, DOUGLAS, 359 Grandtson ...... pp. 96, 154 THOMAS, GAYLE, 1802 Middle Ave. ............,, p. 68 THOMAS, LARRY, 325 11th St. .................. p. 79 THOMAS, MACARTHUR, 725 W. 16th St. ....... p. 170, 173, 180 THOMAS, MICHAEL, 1712 West Ave. .... pp. 96, 175, 183 THOMASSON, SUSANNE, 540 Eastern Heights Blvd. ...... THOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON THOMPSONZ BENJAMIE, 1811 Helen St. GEORGE, 1811 Helen St. - IERRY, 308 Louisiana Ave. 79, 139 PP- ----------- P. 96 -- ....... p. 79 ------ pp. 96, 141 JOE, 278 Courtland St. .... ......... p . 96 THOMPSON, JUDITH, 1611 West Ave. --- ....... p. 68 THOMPSON, LYNN, 1381 East Ave. ......... pp. 79, 158 THOMPSON, MARILYN, 242 Wooster St. .......... p. 79 THOMPSON, MIKE, 545 Westley Ave. ..-.......... p. 96 THOMPSON, PAT, 629 Reublin St. .......... pp. 79 136 THOMSON, JOHN, 164 Bell .,......,...,.....-... p, 96 THOMPSON, SUSAN, 2807 W. River Rd. .........,..... THORNE, JAMES, 1916 North Murray Rid THRASHER, BOB, 1025 Cleceland St. .............. p. 96 TILBERG, LANORE, 212 Samuel St. .... TIVNER NANALEE 12 Oak St , , 3 . ................ TIEMMES, RANDY, 783 Washington Ave. --- ...... p. 68 ------ pp. ge Road .... p. 79 79, 159 - p. 79 TODD, CAROL, 367 Hawthorne St. ....,.. pp. 96, 124, 142 TOKARCZYL, RICHARD, 1010 Murray Ridge Road --- p. 79 TOTH, DAVID, 166 Lafayette ................ pp. 68, 147 TOTH, DICK, 443 Oxford Ave. .......... TOWELL, ROGER, 215 Brandston Ave. ....... p. 79, 144, 176 pp. 68, 129 TOWNSEND, INARA, 1124 Lake Ave. -- .... pp. 96, 154 TRAVISE, BONNIE, 280 49th St. ..... ........... p . 96 TRESCOTT, TOM, 613 East Ave. --- TRIPLETT, DAVE, 329 5th St. .... --- pp. 96, 124, 148 ----- pp. 96, 154 TRIPLETT, FRED, 203 Gulf Rd. .............. pp. 96, 154 TRISSEL, JOHN, 158 Clark St. .................... p. 96 TROCKLEY, ROBERT. 1948 Northwood St. .... pp. 79, 151 TRUE, LOUIS, 571 West 3rd St. .................. p. 68 TURK, LINDA, 346 Longfellow .......... pp. 96, 124, 148 TURNER, IRMA, 2524 Fackler Ave. --- ........... p. 96 TWINING, DICK, 1012 East Ave. --- " U --------- p. 80 UDDER, ELLEN, 317W East Ave. ................. p. UNDERWOOD, SARAH, 1040 W. River St. ........ p. 80 UNDERWOOD, BOB, R. D. No. 2 Telegraph Rd. ..... p. 82 9 96 URSEM, TOM, 951 E. Rivee se. ............. .... p . V VALENTINE, DAVID, 146 Canterbury Rd. .......... p. 96 VALENTINE, LILLIE, 2 Shear St. .....-........... P. 96 VANAMBURGH, CHARLES, 324 Beechwood Dr. ..... p. 96 138 VANCE, JIM, 311 E. Broad ................. pp. 66, VANCE, LEON, 311 E. Broad St. .................. p. 96 VANDEVOORT, JULIE, 150 Columbia Ave. ..... pp. 9, 68, 136, 145, 163 VANVALKENBURG, ROBERT, 410 Lorain Blvd. .... pp. 68, 137, 171, 178, 180, 182, 184 VARGA, LINDA, 346 Oxford Ave. ....... pp. 96, 124, 155 VARGA, MARY, 657 N. Abbe ......--...... pp. 63, 161 VARGO, PAUL, 2338 lake Ave. ............. pp. 96, 175 VARGO, JO ELLEN, 367 Longfellow St. ....... pp. 80, 136 VARNDELL, RONALD, 269 Spruce ................ p. 79 VASH, MARY ANN, 1769 Wilber Ave. .... pp. 96, 135, 148 VASS, BOB, 252 Bellfield Ave. ........... pp. 80, 135, 137 VAUCHTERS, THOMAS, 516 Middle Ave. .......... p. 96 VAUCHTERS, RICH, 516 Middle Ave. ............. p. 80 VERES, JAMES, 555 E. Griswold' Rd. ..... ........ p . 96 VERES, NANCY, 1918 Northwood se. ......... pp. 96, 127 VIETZBN, DIANE, 5458 w. Ridge Rd. ............ p. 68 VIETZEN, SANDRA, R. D. No. 2 xv. Ridge Rd. .... pp. 80, 125, 135 VILLAREAL, LETITIA, 433 High St. .......... pp. 80, 118, VINCENT, HELEN, 114 Kipling se. ..... VINCENT, JOHN, 1678 Wilbur se. .... 123, 125, 144, 159 ------ pp. 80, 158 pp. 68, 147, 170, 183 VINCER, DENNIS, 1972 Roeswood Ave. ............ p. 68 VON KAMP, JANET, 218 Princeton Ave. ----- pp. 68, 122, 126, 137, 139 VORHIS, MARGARET, 1034 N. Pasadena Ave. ..... pp. 96, 127, 144, 155 W WAHL, KENNETH, 920 Middle Ave. ....-....-.... P. 68 WALKDON, CHERYLE, 2027 Murray Ridge .... pp. 96, 124 pp. 80, 132, WALKER, DAVID, 122 Elizabeth se. ..... WALKER, DEWAYNE, 475 W. 11th se. ...... pp. 68, WALKER, WALKER, DWIGHT, 122 Elizabeth ...... KEITH, 213 George St. ...... ------ pp. 80 183 195 pp. 80, 128, 174 162 158 147 WALKER, PAT, 673 Bell Ave. ....... ...... p p. 80, IVALKER, RON, 164 Brandston Ave. ..... pp. 68, 145, IVALKER, SUSAN, 1150 E. River St. ..........-.... P. 96 WALLACE, BOB, 182 Pasadena Ave. ...... pp. 96, 149, 154 HVALLACE, VERONICA, 615 W. River ............ P. 96 WALLS, WAYNE, 318 East ....................... .... WALTERS, JOHN, 249 Howe St. ....... pp. 96, 118, 1234 128, 1 WARD, BRENDA, 114 Chestnut ............. WARD, JUDITH, 331 Wlnckles St. ...... WARD, RALPH, 114 Chestnut .... --- WARD, RICHARD, 117 Williams St. .... WARDEN, WILLIAM, 347 11th St. --- WARE, CAROL, 628 W. River St. ............ pp. 96, 131 WARE, DAVID, 156 Crestview Dr. ................ p. 96 WARE, TONI, 325 17th St. ......... pp. WARRINER, TOM, 622 Glenwood St. .... pp. 96, 155 pp. 80, 139, 163 ----------- p. 97 ---- pp. 80, 162 ------ --p. 80 96, 140, 154, 163 ---- pp. 68, 162 223 lI7ASH, PATRICIA, 1862 W. River Rd. --- ...... --p. 68 WASSERMAN, JUDY, 334 Denison Ave. ...... pp. 9i6, 127, 1 2 155 WASUK, MARRIANNE, 407 W. 11th St. ----- pp. 96,, 131, 135 , 155 WATEORD, JOHN, 215 Harvard Ave. ....-... pp. 80, 151 WATSON, TOM, 700 N. Abbe .............. pp. 96, 143 WATTERS, SHIRLEY, 173 Fairlawn Ave. .......... p. 96 WATTS, JUDY, 104 Eastern Heights Blvd pp 68 122, YANCER, CAROLE, 525 Harvard Ave. ........ pp. 80, .134-144,'150, 160 WAYNE, DAVID, 346 ohio sf. ..... pp. 68, 132, 162, 183 WEAVER, RUBY, 421W Lake Ave. - ---------- pp. 80, 136 WALLS, THOMAS, 229 Pefmelv Ave. ......... . .... p. 68 WALEND, KATHY, 120 Earlene Dr. --- ......... p. 96 WASH, DAVID, 1862 ................................ WEBB, KATHY, No. 7 Century Bldg. .... pp. 96, 124, 143 UVEBB, PATRICIA, 879 W. River St. -............. p. 96 WEIGL, ALLEN, 116 Daiser Ct. ................... p. 96 WEIGL, SHEILA, 1124 Bell Ce. ......-......, pp. 96, 155 WEINSTEIN, LINDA, 401 Bond St. --- pp. 96, 127, 143, 154 WEISMAN, BRIAN, 394 North Olive St. --- pp. 80, 157, 183 WEITZEL, SUAN, 321 E. River St. ................ p. 96 WELLS, CAROLYN, 126 Longfellow St. .... pp. WERNER, TERRY, 6420 W. Ridge Rd. ........ 96, 143, 155 - .... P. 96 WEST, BILL, 1213 E. River St. ........ .... p p. 68, 129 WEST, LARRY, 353 Morgan Ave. ....... ........ p . 96 WEST, RUTH, 1744 Wilbur Ave. -.........-...... p, 68 WESTBROOK, JIM, 348 Woodland Ave. ....... pp. 97, 175 WESTBROOK, PAULEITE ............. --- WESTCOTT, JUDY, 1091 W. River Rd. ....... pp. 68, 136 WESTCOTT, NANCY, 1091 W. River Rd. ......... WESTERFELD, WAYNE, 452 Olivet D-r. -- --- pp. WESTFALL, JAMES, 251 Louisiana ..... WEST FALL, TRUDIE, 251 Louiaiana .......... pp. WHERRY, JOHN, 230 ohio sf. ........ WHERRY, LINDA, 230 ohle sf. .... pp 9 s r - p. 68 97 140 ---- pp. 69, 157 97 155 128 155 ------ pp. 80 . 97, 124, 127 r WHITE, ALANA, 309 E. Breed .......... pp. 80, 123, 136 WHITE, ALMA, 701 Bond St. .........-...,, pp. 69, 122 WHITE, ANNIE, 971 Foster Ave. ..... .......... p . 80 WHITE, MARILYN, 701 Bond St. ....... ...... p . 97 IWILLIAMS, PEGGY, 341 Bon Air Ave. ..... --- p. 80 WILLIAMS, THEODORE, 717 W. 16th St. --- --- pp. 69, 141, 146 WILLIAMS, ELLA, 327 Warden Ave. ..... ........ p . 97 UVILLIAMS, GEORGE, 553 Furnace St. ............. p. 97 WILLIAMS, GREGORY, 502 High sf. --- .... pp. 97, 149, 175. 179 WILLIAMS, HENRY ,......-....-... ,,-,,, p , 97 WILLIAMS, JAMES, 116 Lincoln St, -- ----..... p, 97 WILLIAMS, JOE, 1628 Roosevelt .......,.-........-.... p. 97 WILLIAM, JUNAITA, 400 Bell Ave. ...... pp. 80, 124, 128 WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS, 311 Belmont Ave. --------- pp. 69, 151 157 WILLIAMS, CHRISTINE, 364 Vulcan se. --- ....... p. 80 WILLIAMS, DAVID, 339 Columbus ..... WILLIAMS, DIANNE, 130 Edgewood St. WHITEHEAD, KEN, 224 Eastern Heights ----------- p. 65 ------ pp. 97, 124 Blvd. .......... 'WHITEHOUSE, KRIS, 512 Henery St. ......L pp. 97, 118, WHITESELL, DONALD, 381 Furnace --- WHITFIELD, MARY, 136 Lowell St. -..- ----------- p. WHITMAN, BONNIE, 315 Pasadena Ave. - .---- PP- 97, 155 WHITNEY, LAURA 332 Oxford Ave pp. 80, 162 124, 143, 167 --------- p. 65 97 J . .... pp. 80, 125, 135 WHITWORTH, GLORIA, 455 Clinton Ave. .... pp. 80, 131 WHITWORTH, LINA, 321 S. Maple St. ..,,---..,-- P, UVIDENER, RON, 410 Berkshire ..-......., --,,-, p , 97 UVILBERN, DOROTHY, 118 Weslyan Ct. ......... pp. 69, 131 143 WILCOX, JANE, 1310 Garford Ave. ..... pp. 69, 122,,138, 143, 156, 158, 161 WILFORD, MARK. 165 Emerson Ct. ,..... pp. 97 144, 148 WILLIAMS, AUDREY, 117 Waverly sf. ...... pp. 69, 126, 131, 135 WILLIAMS, BILL ..,.....,,,-.,..-,,.,,,---. -.-- P , 80 WILLIAMS, BONNIE, 339 Columbus sf. ...... pp. 97, 154 WILLIAMS, WHITEHEAD, CATHY, 121 Longfellow 123 224 CHARLES. 146 School St. ......... pp. 79, 97 pp. 80 119, ,-i25f134, 144, 150 WILLIAMS, WILLIE, 518 North St. ...... pp. 79, 145, 150, 159, 162, 174, 178 WILLIAMSON. RUTHANN. 257 N. Abbe Rd. .,..... p. 80 WILLIS, JANET. 289 W. River St. .,,,..,... pp. 97, 154 WILLIS, KAREN, 448 Olivet Drive 1 ........ pp. 97, 127 WILLOUGHBY. SHERRY. 216 High St. - L- p. 80 WILSON, KENNTH, 263 Boston Ave. .... --I1-pp, 69, 159 WINCHELL, BRUCE. 111 Brooklvn st. .....,. pp. 97, 149 WINGARD, LEVI. 453 Clinton Ave. ......... pp. 97, 175 WINNINGHAM. BETTY. 358 E. Bridge St. .... . -L WINTERS, CATHIE, 1420 Griswold Rd. - - WINTERS, CHARLENE, 208 Fullerton Rd. lv. 97 - pp. 69, 136, 163 ---- pp. 69, 118, 139, 156 WINTERS, JERRY, 124 champagne Dr- ------ pp. 97, 126 WINTERS, KAREN, 900 Cleveland se. --- ....... p. 97 WINTERS, SHERRY, 128 Grant St.. --- HVIRCENSKI, JERRY, 3667 N. Olive --- WIRCENSKE, KAREN, 337 Winckles St. WISEMAN MARGIE 760 W. 16th St. -- --- pp. 97, 118 --- pp. 69, 170 -- ,...- pp. 80, 135, 158 pp. 97, 154 WISNESKI: KAREN, ,532 Eastern Heights 13lQflf- ...... p. 80 WISSINGER, CONSTANCE, 131 Fairlawn ........ 1 WISSINGER, FRANCIS, 131 Fairlawn ........ pp. 97: 97. 163 163 UYOJDACZ, ANNE, 1535 W. Ridge R. D. No.2 .... pp. 80, 136, 139. 142, 159 WOLF, SHARON, 1632 W. Griswold Dr. ...... pp. 97, 154 WONDER, TOM, 210 Lawrence St. ....---- -------- P - 97 WOOD, DON, 423 6th Sf. .L...1.. ..... .---- p - 69 WOOLEY, GEORGIA, 148 Bellfield Ave. --- --- p. 80 WORKMAN, ARCHIE, 223 Jackson Ave. .... ..... p . 80 WARNSKEY, LINDA, 341 Rockfern Ave. ........ 1 1277, WRIGHT, CLARENCE, 432 W. 13th St. --- .-..- P. 97 WRIGHT, DENNIS, 213 E. 14th St. .LLL. ----- P - 97 WRIGHT, JIM, 540 Cornell Ave. .....L ....... p . 97 WYATT, KAREN, 1152 Garden St. .... WYCOFF, SHARRON, 373 Hawthorne --- --- pp. 69, 143 --- pp. 69, 135 WYCKOFF, TOM, 534 Fairmont Ave. ------ ------- P - 30 WYCOSKY, ROBERTA, 166 Pasadena Ave. WYMER, BARBARA, 331 Brandtson Ave. 148, WYSZYNSKI, JEAN, 306 W. River St. ....... pp. 69, -------- pp. ----- pp. 80, 97 97, 155 97. 122, 127, 134, 143, 154 WYSZYNSKI, JOYCE, 306 W. River St. -- pp. 124, 126, 135 Y YEARLY, BARBARA, 336 9th St. .... YODER, BILL, 172 Preston Ave. ...--- ------- P P. 97, YOST, JEFF, 141 Pasadena Ave. -..---- ---------- P . 97 161 ---- pp. 80, 125, 158 154 YOUNG, ALAN, 744 w. 17th St. .................. p. 69 YOUNG, GREG, 364 Oberlin Rd. ........ pp. 80, 146, 163 YOUNG, HOUSTON, 105 Riverside Homes ...,.... p. 80 YOUNG, ROBERT, 115 Erie St. .----------------- P- 80 YOUNG, SUSAN, 214 Princeton Ave. .... pp. 80, 1212 139, 1 , 159 YOUNG, WILLIAM, 744 W. 17th St. ....-.------- P- 80 YOUNG WILSON 744 W. 17th St. - YOUNKIN, WILDA, 254 Harrison sf. if --- pp. 80, 118 YOUNT, JIM, 1139 Gordon Ave. -- .---.--- ------.- P . 80 YOURKIEWIG ROBERT 354' Bend sf YOVAN, GARY, 2587 Fackler ...... LIL' YOVAN, RONALD, 2587 Fackler --- YUAS, JAMES, 1307 W. Ave. ...... YUHAS, EOE, 1296 N. Ridge Rd. .... ff- Z ZALESKI, JOE, 1513 W. Ave. .......... ZARBAUGH, RICK, 1009 E. River sr. --- ZELLER, RICHARD, 114 Wurst ce. --- ZIELAZIENSKI, PAUL, Hotel Sederis .... ZINK, MARCIA, 161 Pasadena Ave. .... ZUNIS, TED, 423 Cambridge Ave. .,... ZDRYEIVSKI, TOM, 1412 Middle Ave. --- ZVARA, REBECCA, 1540 N. Ridge Rd. .... ppf-8-1i'i44, 174 ---1515.-69--170-183 -----j--- p. 69 --- pp. 80, 140 --- pp. 69, 121 ------- p. 80 ------- p. 80 --, pp. 97, 143 ---------- P. 97 --------- p. 69 pp. 97, 148, 155 ZVOSECHZ, CHARLES, 2255 Lake Ave. ...... pp. 97, 175 Facult A ALLEN, EDWARD, B.A., Denison U., M.E., Kent State U.g Chemistry, Physical Ed., Chemistry Club Adviser. .......... pp. 103, 129, 179, 181 ANDERSON, MRS. K., Custodian ....,..........,. p. 115 ASIRE, JOSEPH, B.S., Ohio State U.g M.S., Kent State U.g Biology I and II. ..........,...,...,....,......, p. 105 B BAKO, MRS. BETI' Y, Cafeteria Worker. ............ p. 115 BALL, MRS. MARY, Custodian. .................. p. 115 BARTON, WILLIAM, B.S., M.E. Kent State U.g Driver Ed., Swimmingg Head of Football and Golf. ...............,.. pp. 115, 171, 181, 182 BASTICK, MRS. 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Dir. of Sr. Band and Orchestra. pp. 112, 161 DEEDS, CARL, B.S., Ohio State U., Salesmanship, Store Man- agement, Merchandise Informationg DECA Advisor. ........ pp. 111, 141 DENNISON, JAMES, B.A., College of Woosterg Gen. Scienceg I-Iealthg Phys. Ed.g Assist. Football Coach: Head Baseball. .... pp. 103, 181 DICKEN, MR. HAROLD, Board of Education. ...... p. 100 DICKIE, MARY, B.S. in Ed., U. of Nebraskag Gen. Bus.g Econ. Geog.g Bus. Law Salesg Advisor of F.B.L.A. ...... pp. 111, 155 DILLER, P. EMORY, B.A. Bluffton College, M.A. Ohio State U.3 Gen. Mathg Adviser of Distribution of Commencement Tickets. ................................,..... p. 106 DILLEN, MRS. PAULINE, Custodian. ............,...... DOAN, RUSSELL, B.S. in Ed., M.E., Kent State U.g Healthg Phys. Ed., Athletic Director Dept. Head. ........ pp. 114, 181 DOORNEWEERD, VALETA, B.S. in Ed., Eastern Illinois U.g Latin I, Il, IVQ Latin Club Adviser. ,...,...,.,- pp. 108, 144 E EASTER, MRS. MARJORIE, B.A. in Art, Aurora Collegeg Eng- lish IA, English IAX. ...,.,..-................. p. 104 EASTEN, MRS., M.A. Baldwin Wallaceg M.A. Kent State, Uni- versity of Pittsburgh grad.g Dean of Girls ........... p. 102 EDWARDS, MR. JOHN, Board of Education. ........ p. 100 Index ELLIOTT, POST ER, B.A. Otterbein C4 M.A., Ohio State U.: U. of Colorado, Director of Pupil Personnel. ........ p. 115 ELLIOTT, MRS. PEARE, Custodian. .............. p. 115 EMMERT, MRS., B.S., Ohio State U., Home Economicsg Russian. p. 110 EUBANKS, MABEL, A.B., Otterbein C.g Home Livingg Child Careg Clothing I. ........................... --- p. 110 F FERGUSION, MR., Bus Driver. .................. p. 115 FEIGENHEIMER, NANCY, B.A. Hisroryg Elmira C.g Gen. History. ..........................-............ p. 107 FINLEY, M. DOLORES, A.B. Muskingum C.g Spanish I and Ilg Spanish Club Adviser. ........................ p. 108 FIORE, FRANK, B.S. Kent State U.g Mech. Drawingg Drivers Trainingg Design and Craftsg Healthy Phys. Ed., Assist. Fresh- man Football Coach, Wrestling Coach Head. ........ p. 109 FRETTHOLD, WALTER, B.S. in Ed., M.S., Miami U.g Gen. Science, Physics, Science Club Adviser. .............. p. 105 G GAST, NEDRA, B.E., Toledo U.g English I-A, I-B .......... GEST, MRS., Bus Driver. ........................ p. 115 GLEASON, OWEN, B.S. in Ed., M.A.' Miami U.g Germany Language Lab and German Club Adviser. .......... p. 108 GOTTFRIED, DR. FRANKLIN, B.S. in Ed., Bowling Green State U., Superintendent of Schools. ................ p. 100 GLICK, JOSEPH, B.S. in Ed., Otterbein C.g Special Educationg Explorer Post. ........................ .-........-..-- GREEN, DONALD, B. in Music, Ohio Wesleyan U.g Girls' Glee Club, Jr. Choirg Freshman Choirg Music Appreciation. .... pp. 112, 154, 155, 158, 159 GULICH, MISS, B.S. in Ed., Gen. Bus.g Bookkeeping. -- p. 111 H HALL, CARLTON, B.S. in Ed., Miami U., in Adminis- tration, Western Reserveg Mechanical Drawingg A.I.A. Club Adviser. ........--.-- --------- ------ 5 - - PP- 115- 146 HARMAN, EDITH, M., B.S. in Ed., Wittenburg U., Grad. work W.R.U.g Fine Am. .....---a- ----- T ------ P -I 109 HARRIS, GENE, B.S., in Ed., Capital Universrtyg Gen. Screnoeg Senior Scienceg Phys. Ed.p Head of Reserve Footballg Assist. Baseball coach. ....-.------- --------- P P- 103, 181, 182 HASTING, MR, GEORGE, Bus Driver. .......... -- P- 115 HASKO, MRS. SUSAN, Cafeteria Worker. ......... p. 115 HELM, BERNELL, B.A., Oberlin C., General History. -- p. 107 HERD, MABEL, B.A., B.S. in Bd. M.A., Ohio State U.g English Ig Adviser of Ninth Grade Honors Reading. ........ p. 104 HERSMAN, ROBERT, B.S. in Ed., Kent State U.g Woodworkg Assist. Coach of Basketballg Football. .... pp. 113, 178, 181 HESS, ANNA CATHERINE, B.A., College of Wooster, Short- hand Ig Business English Typing IIg Head of Business Dept. --- p. 111 HOUSTON, BET1' Y, A.B., West Liberty State C.g English II.16Z P. I IGNATZ, MRS. BETIT Y, Cafeteria Worker. --- .... p. 115 .I JEWELL, MRS., B.S. in Home Bc., Ohio State U., Cafeteria Manager. .............. ..--------------- P P- 115, 140 JOHNSON, MR. GEORGE, Board of Education. ...... p. 100 JOHNSTON, MRS. AMY, Receptionist. ..... ....-.- p - 102 K KEHLER, JAMES L., Kent State Vocational, Vocational Ma- chineshopg Related and Industrial Arts I, II, V.I.C. Sponsor. --- p. 113 KELLY, MARY, B.A., Oberlin C., M.A., Western Reserve: General History. .......-...-.... .-.....-------- P - 107 KING, MR. ALBERT, Bus Driver. ......-.....-.... P- 115 KISSBERTH, DEAN, B.S. in Ed., Kent State U.g Auto Mechan- ics, V.I.C. Adviser. ....................-... pp. 113, 147 KOPCHO, BEVERLY, Secretary. ............. ....- P . 102 KOVACH, MRS. MARGRET, Custodian. ......----------- KRUPKO, MRS. MARGRET, Cafeteria Worker. .,.... p. 115 225 L LAUTENSCHLEGER, EARL, B.A., M.A., Ohio State U: Pho- f0.2faP1lY3 Gen. Scienceg Photo Squadg Projectionists' School Treasurer- ----- ------- ' ------ -------- P p . 103, 140 141 LEACH, LUCILLE, B.A., B.E., University of Akrong English' Latln, F.B.I..A, ,,---- ---,---- ---,N--.-- - P P- 104 134 LEES, LOIS, B.A., Oberlin College, English rv A, --,-- lm, . 104, 105 LENGEL, MRS. HELEN, Cafeteria Worker. .,.e. ini:-u p. 115 I-LEWELLYN. SANDRA, B.S. in Ed., Wittenburg U.g American History: junior Red Cross Adviser. .,,-...,,, pp, 107, 131 LOWRY. DICK, A: B., Baldw1n Wallaceg M.A., Kent State U.g English Ill B, Drivers Training, Phys. Ed.g Assist. Football Coachg Assist. Track Coach. a....... pp. 114, 171, 181, 183 M MACHOVINA, BERNARD, B.S., in Ed. Kent State Us Ameri- can History. -,,,,-,- ------ -A--------- 1 1 1 - 1- -' P. 107 MAHAFFEY, MARGRET, E., B.S., M.A., in Ed. Ohio State University, English II, ---,-,H1-- -----h---h-- -i-- P U 104 IQIIAINN, DOROTHY, A.B., Baldwin Wallaceg Algebra Ig Gen. a ' ------- r- -------- ----a-- ----...... -,...... . I 0 6 MC CLELLAN, MR. WILLIAM, Clerk of Board of Ed. -Ii .... MCQUILLIN, WAYNE R., B. in Ed., U. of Toledog U. of Michigang M.A., Ohio State U.g Principal. .L...,.,,. p, 101 MERTZ, JUANITA, H,-, 1-i----hh-- ------h,-' - hh P. 114 MEYER-51. DR. BEN, Board of Ed. ,,-----,---N-- -- P, 100 MILLER, CHARLES R., B.S., Denison U.g M.E., Miami U.- Assistant Principal, ,,,,--- , ---1-------- -------- P l 101? MINCH, MR. EDWARD, Custodian, --------h-- h- P- 115 MITCHELL, KAREN, A. B., Ohio Universityg English Ilg Biolo- HY 13 Adviser of Sophomore Honors Reading. ......,- p, 104 MIRABEN, GEORGE, B.A. Marietta Collegeg M.A., Ohio State U.: Assistant Superintendent gf Sqhools. ---------- 1- P, 100 MOORE, MRS. BETTY, Cafeteria Worker. .......... p. 115 MORRIS, DUFFRIN, A., M.A., B.Sc. in Ed., Ohio State U' Supervisor. ...,, -xQ---- ----- ---1----------- - - - P. 115 MUU-ENS, MR., Bus Driver, ,,--,----- -------.-- P , 115 N NAPLES. DOROTHY. B.S.. Slippery Rock Teachers' C., M.A., Kem Sfafe U-3 Healfhi Physical Ed.g Girls' Intramurals and Leaders' Group adviser, ,,,,-,-,,-,- -----.---- 1 - P, 114 NEWELL, ESTELLE, B.S. in Ed., Ohio U.g Freshman and Soph. Girls Counsellorg Prob. of Everyday Livingg Healthg Physical Ed- ------ -------- -..-... ........... p p . 102, 164, 165 O 0-"1KE. MARGARET , Oberlin C.g Student Teacher. ......... 0'BRIAN, DOROTHA, B.S. in Ed., Bowling Green State U.g M.A., Morehead State C.g Healthg Physical Ed. --Q--- p. 114 OS WALT, DONNA, B.S. in Ed., Miami U.g Bookkeeping I, II. p. 111 P PAHNER, WALTER, B.S. in Ed., Ohio U.g Englishg Gentle- men's Club adviser. -.............-,..-,-,,, pp, 105, 162 PAUL, WILLIAM, A. B., Capital U.g Alg.g Geometryg Trig.g Math Club adviser. ..,.-...-,,---,,-,,.,,-,,,,.- P, 106 PERKINS, MR. STERLING, Custodian. .................. PET ERS. MRS. JULIA, Cafeteria Worker. .......... p. 115 PET RILLO, JUNE, B.S. in Ed., Kent State U.g Drawing 8: Paint- ing Ig Design 8: Crafts I, II. ...................... p. 109 PETTIT, JAMES, B.S., Kent State U.g Plane Geometryg Algebra II, III. ........................................ p. 106 PHILLIPS, MRS. LUELLA, Custodian. ............ p. 115 POUNDS, MR. ARTHUR, Board of Education. ...... p. 100 PRITCHETT, PAUL, B.A., Marietta C.g French Ig English II-B5 French Club adviser. ..............,..-,... pp. 108, 143 R RAKEST RAW, JAMES, B.S. in Ed., U. of Toledog ME., Kent -State.U.g Health, Physical Ed.g Adviser of Gentlemen's Clubg Tennis Coachg Boys' Intramurals. .....,.. pp. 114, 181, 183 RICHENBACH, DALE, A.B., Bluffton C.g M. of Ed., Bowling Green State U.g Second-Assistant Principalg Dean of Freshman and Soph. Boysg Varsity Basketball Coach, ,--,---,----,,,, pp. 102, 162, 181, 183 RICHARD, RAYMOND, B.S., Ohio State U.g Voc. Welding: Related Informationg Industrial Arts IIQ V.I.C. Adviser. ...... pp. 113, 147 226 RIDDLE. RICHARD, B.S. in Ed., M.A. in Ed., West Va. U.g General Scienceg Physics. ...v.......-..-.-..-.-.- P- 103 ROSE, ALLYN, B.S. in Ed., Ohio State U.g M.A. in History, Ohio State U.g Social Problemsg General History. .... p. 107 ROSER, CAROL, B.S., Wittenberg U.g M.S., U. of N. Dakotag Typewriting Ig Clerical Procedures. ................ p. 111 RUCKMAN, KAY, A.B., Oberlin C.g English IAQ Herald Adviser. ...,....,.,...................... pp. 105, 121 RYAN, DENNIS, B.S. in Ed., St. Joseph's C., M.A., Cincinnati U.g English III-A Speechg Adviser of junior Hi-Y and Patriot- ism Committee. ................................ p. 105 S SANDREW, GEORGE, B.S. in Chemistry, Baldwin Wallace C.g Chemistry I, Ilg Berg Seminar Adviserg Science Days Coordin- atorg Chemistry Club Adviser. ..........-... pp. 105, 129 SCARBROUGH, CLARENCE, B.Sc., M.A., Ohio State U.: General History. ..................... .......... p . 107 SCOTT, MARGARET, B.A., B.S.L.S., M.A., Western Reserve U.g High School Librariang Elyria Chapter of Ohio Student Librarians' Association Adviser. ....-............- P. 115 SEBASTIAN, NANCY, B.A., Hiram C.g Biologyg General Science. L...................-.......... --..-... P - 103 SHELDON, JOHN, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., Bowling Green State U.g Assistant Varsity Football and Freshman Basketball Coach. ..-............. ........ p p. 113, 170, 179, 181 SHILLING, ALICE, A.B., B.S. in Ed., Bowling Green State U.g M.A., U. of Michigang Algebrag Plane Geometry. --- p. 106 SHOOK, MR. GEORGE, Custodian. ................ p. 115 SHORT, C. E., A.B., Baldwin Wallace C.g M.A., Western Re- serve U.g Algebra I, II, III. ...................... p. 106 SHUMAKER, LENORE, B.A., Ohio Wesleyan U.g M.A., West- ern Reserve U.g English IV-Big English II. .......... p. 105 SLAGER, ROBERT, B.S. in Fd.. Bowling Green State U.g American Historyg World Historyg Freshman Basketball Coach.-- pp. 107, 178, 181 SMITH, MR. HOWARD, Custodian. ............... p. 115 SMITH, S. C., B.A., Wilmington C.g M.A., Western Reserve U.g Director of Guidance and Testing. ...........1.. p. 115 SMITH, NANCY, BS. in Ed., Bowling Green State U.g American Historyg School Librarian. .............L.........-....- - SMITH, WILLARD, A.B., Glenville State C., M.A., West Virginia U.g English I-Ag English IV-B. ...........- p. 105 SOOY, MRS. VICTORIA, Bus Driver. ......1 . ...L p. 115 SPOSATO, PATRICIA, B.S., Kent State U.g English Ig Spanish Ilg Spanish Club Adviser. ,..1.........1......1 ..-- p. 108 STAFFORD, J. RICHARD, B.A., B.S. Ohio State U.g English I-Ag English I-B. ........,..,..,....,,..... ---- p. 105 STILWELL, MRS. CORNELIA. School Nurse. .,.,,. p. 115 STOFER, ALICE, B.A., Ohio Wesleyang M.A., Ohio State U.: English III-A Speechg English IV-AX. .......,.L.,., p. 105 STROHM, MARGARET, B.S., Bowling Green State U.g Special Ed, ...,-,.....-.-..-.........,.,........,.... p. 115 SURMAN. MR. HOWARD, Bus Driver. .......1.....-.--- SWEIGARD, CLETUS. B. S., Bowling'Green State U.g Algebra Ig General Math: Shop Math. . -- .,,.1... pp. 106, 171, 181 SWARTZMILLER. DALE, B.S.. Heidleberg C.g General Math: Algebra Ig Standards Comm. Chairman ............. p. 181 T TAYLOR, MR. CHARLES, Custodian. ..........., p. 115 TAYLOR, MRS. PAULINE, Custodian. ..............E- --- THOMIN, PHYLLIS, A.B., Baldwin Wallaceg English I-A: English I-AX. ---- ..........................., -.. p. 105 TOTH, FRANK, B.S., Bowling Green State U.: English III-Ag Players' Club and Thespians' Adviser. ....... - .,....,..,. - pp. 54, 56, 105, 156 THOUROT, GEORGE, B.S. in Ed., Bowling Green State U.: Vocational and College Counselor. ........ .....-.. p . 102 V VOGAN, MABEL, B.S. in Ed.g Office Training Schoolg Short- hand Ilg Typing II. ...................... ...... p . 111 W WAGSTAFF, GERALDINE, A.B., Muskingum C.5 English III-A Creative Writingg junior Honors Reading Adviser. -E- p. 5 WALKER. 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Illg Senior Class Adviser. ...M p. 108 WILSON, HAROLD, B.S., Denison U,g Plane Geometry. ---8 p. 10 WILSON, RAY, B.S. in Ed., Ohio State U.g Physical Education: Health. -,. --------- .- -.......--- DP- 114. 171, 181, 182 WOLF, DONALD. B.A., Baldwin Wallace U.g German I: German Club Adviser. ----- ....-.--.-- --- PP- 108, 144 WOLFE, MRS. BETTY, Bus Driver. -.-.-....... .... p . 115 Y YOUNG. DAVID. B.A., -Editorial Journalism, B.S. in Ed.. Ohio State U.: English Ilg Elvrian Adviser. ---------- pp. 105, 120 Z ZICKEFOOSE. SYLVIA, B.S. in Ed., Capital U.g General Business. Bookkeeping Ig English II- ---J4-- ------ P - 111 ZVOSEC, STEVE. B.S. in Ed., Miami U.g EleCttlCltVZ S1'l0D Mathg Track Coach -.---....--..- ------ P P- 113, 181, 183 Student Organizations Index A A CAPPELLA CHOIR ,-,,,---,--------- - 1- 156.157 ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB -,.- --.- 1 48 ANNOUNCERS ..--,..,.-,.,- ---,---,,- - - 138 ATHLETIC OFFICE WORKERS -------- -- 180 B BANDS CADE1' --.. -- -- 148-149 SENIOR --- -- 150-151 BASKETBALL FRESHMAN --- H 178 -179 RESERVE ----- ,--- 1 78 VARSITY ------- -- n 176 BOOSTERS' CLUB --- ----. H 162 C CAFETERIA WORKERS ------- u 140 CHEERLEADERS FRESHMAN --.--- - ,Fun -F 167 RESERVE ---.---- ,--- ,.-. + ,,,, n 166 VARSITY ----------.,- ,,c,,,, , - 166 CROSS COUNTRY TRACK ,-,M ,--,--,,-7-,--H,,--, 179 D DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS OF AMERICA -- 141 E ELYRIAN S'I'AFF -- ----- -- 120 F FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA ---- -- 135 FOOTBALL FRESHMAN -- ---------------.--,.,, 1 ,,,,- 175 RESERVE ------- ,,,,1 , ,, 174 VARSITY -------- ,U 170-171 FRENCH CLUB , --,--,.,-1,, N-Wa 143 FRESHMAN CHORUS -. .. - --- ---- 154-155 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA ---. -.. --.- 134 G GENTLEMEN'S CLUB ---, -, H 162 GERMAN CLUB , ,,w-, 1--1 144 GIRLS' SPORTS ----- , u 164.165 GLEE CLUB --... ----- - - 153,159 I-I HERALD --- -- -- 121 HI-Y .--..-...-...-.. - -- 132-133 I-IONORS READING -......-. -- 122-124 J JUNIOR CHOIR --- ......... -- 158-159 L LATIN CLUB .- ...-. -- ......-.. 144 LEADERS' GROUP ---- -........ -- 163 LETTERMEN .-..-.....- 172, 173, 177 LIBRARY WORKERS --- .... ........ - 139 M MAIORETTES --- --- --- 150 MATH CLUB .-.. -..- .........-. 1 3 o MONITORS --- ....... .... 1 36-137 N NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY --- 59 o OFFICE WORKERS ...- -- ...... 139 ORCHESTRA ...-... ..--. - - 160-161 P PHOTO SQUAD -- -- --- 140 PLAYERS' CLUB .-... --- 145 PROJECTIONISTS --- ...- -- 141 R RED CROSS --- ............... ............ - 131 s SCIENCE CLUBS .-..- ....... ....--... 1 2 8-129 SPANISH CLUB -..-.-.- -- ....-...-.-...-.-.- 142 STUDENT COUNCIL ---..-.-. .....--..... 1 18 V VARSITY ---..--........-.... ......-........ 1 80 VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUB -.-.-.- --- .... - 147 W WRESTLING -- ..-.. ...........-... .--. 1 7 4-175 Y YOUTH COUNCIL .....-.. .......-..-...-.......- 1 19 Y-TEENS -------.. -- 125-127 227 J '- :I I I lj . -,I 11, 111 I I-. ,1 in i 1 ., :L 'l -1 1, 1 111 .I 11 1 1'. 1' . 1 1 ',' 1 .1 ,I A rv' F! . 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K 1, L ' , 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1. 1 - . l , H '. -lb'-f?'1.-'F CAMP, ELOISE, 339 Louisiana Aye. ..... CARROLL, DENNY, 227 Gates Ave. --- 131. 155 BOARD, JACKIE, 485 Huron St. .................. p. 80 BOBEL, ROBERT, 218 Harrison St. ...... pp. 70, 123, 129 BODENHEIMER, DEBBIE, 163 Manor Dr. ......... pp. 83, 127, 148 BOGGS, BONNIE SUE, 346 Harvard Ave. ..... pp. 70, 123, 125, 134, 136, 144, 159 BOHANNON, JOYCE, 173 Morgan Ave. ........... p. 70 155 BOHN, KAREN, 530 Lodi St. ......,.,...,, BOHN, SHARON, 1404 Ford Rd. ..... BOLINSKI, TOM, 427 Randall Rd. -- ---- pp. 83 BONHILL, SUSAN, 328 Woodland ...... pp. 83, 124 BONN, BONNIE, 133 I3e11f1e1f1 Ave. ..... pp. 71, 125, 142 PP- 83, , 149 pp. 83, 175 140 ' 134, , 159 BONNALLIE, PAM, 694 Bell Ave. .......... pp. 83, 154 BORDY, ALEX, 516 W. River sr. ........ pp. 71, 162, 174 BORDY, ALEXIS, 516 W. River St. .-.......,. pp. 71, 136 BORDY, SANDRA, 516 W. River St. ...... pp. 62, 122, 136 BOSLEY, CAROLE, 116 Williams St. .......... pp. 83, 154 BOSMENY, JAMES, 717 Furnace St. ,.,........,-,-- p. 83 BOTAMER, JOAN, 374 High St. -- pp. 71, 125, 135, 136, 142 BOTOS, DAVID, 114 W. River St. .........,---..-, p, 71 BOWEN, CHARLOTTE, 221 Columbus so BOWEN, TOM, 221 Columbus so .... pp .71, ---- pp. 83, 127, 143 142, 162, BOWMAN, ERIC, 1416 Ford Rd. ...........,, pp. 71 BOYD, TOM, 125 Adelbert St. ....... ---- pp. 71, BOYD, WILLIAM, 319 Fairlawn Ave. ........ pp. 71 BOYLAN, ROBERT 308 Park Ave 124, , 161 BOWEN, MELVIN, 71 Riverside Homes ...... pp. 80 123, 133, 140, 174 , 183 I - ------ PP' 3: BOYTHEM, PATRICIA, 411 N. Abbe Rd. ...... pp. 71 BRACIK, NANCY, 328 Dellefield ..,.-----.-- pp, 83 BRADA, RICHARD, 1013 Bell Ave, ,,....-...--,--,,,.,- BRADEN, JAMES, 238 Warren Ave. .... pp. 62, 132 BRADY, CAROLYN, 875 W. River St. ............ BRADY, KATHY, 875 W. River St. .............. BRAEGGER, STEPHEN, 771 Washington - BRALEY, CHARLES, 251 6th St. ....... BRANCH, JIM, 227 Hayes Ave. ..... ...... BRANCH, JOHN, 227 Hayes Ave. ......... BRANCH, LINDA, 227 Hayes Ave. ...... BRANDEL, BOB, 120 Chase Sr, ,-,---,,---,---- BRANNAN, PATRICIA, 107 Bailey Ct. ...... BRATTOLI, ELLEN, 601 Stanford Ave. ............ BRAUN, IVAN, 1057 Gu1f Rd. ..... pp. BRENNEMAN, CHERYL, 102 Miami Ave. 137 149 , 151 8 124, 154 136 135 1 , 147 p. 83 p. 83 BRAEGGER, SALLY, 771 Washington Ave. .... pp. 62, 136, 150 -- pp. 83, 148, 175 ----------- p. 71 134, pp. 62, 147 --- pp. 62, 147 pp. 83, 124, 155 -- p. 83 pp. 71, 159 p. 83 23, 54, 55, 56, 62, 121, 122, 145 ----- pp. 62, 119, 122, 134, 156, 160 BRENNEN, PAT, 126 Harwood ...-.-....-.,----- p, 83 BREWER, RON, 529 Cornell Ave. ..............,, p. 83 BRIAN, JOHN, 219 Stanford Ave. ........... pp, 71, 159 BRIDGETT, BRENT, 204 Crestview Dr. ...... pp. 71, 118, 133, 151, 161 BRIGGS, JAN, 104 Earlene Dr. .......... pp. 71, 128, 139 BRINE, HELEN, 140 Beechwood Dr. ...........,., p. 83 BRINK, LANEX, 145 Sheriff St. -- pp. 83, 124, 127, 143, 155 BRISENDINE, DREMA, 1057 Barbara ........ pp. 83, 155 BRISTOW, CAROL, 117 Kaiser Ct. ...-............ p. 71 BRITON, HOLLY, 243 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ...... pp. 83, 118, 124, 127, 155 BRITTON, TOM, 416 Earl Cf. ............,. pp. 62, 147 BROADWELL, JOHN, 991 Rose .... pp. 71, 137, 140, 142 BROEGE, JANICE, 124 Whitman Blvd. ...... pp. 71, 135 BROOKS, IVA, 5540 Gladys Ave. ................ p. 71 BROSKI, JOHN .................... ............. BROWN, ALICE, 460 Olivet Dr. --- .... pp. 83, 135 BROWN, BERNICE, 5855 Antrim --- ...... p. 83 BROWN, CONNIE, 115 Beverly Ct. - ...... p. 80 BROWN, CORNELIA, 368 S. Maple St. ............ p. 71 BROWN, DAVID, 368 S. Maple St. -- - pp. 62, 183 BROWN, GARY, 272 Courtland St. ..... ........ p . 83 BROWN, GARY, 298 Longford ..... ...... p . 83 BROWN, MARTHA, 298 Bellfield Ave. ....... pp. 83, 123, 127, 1 3 BROWN, PAUL, 1809 YVest Ave. .... ...... p p. 63, 154 BROWN, SHIRLEY, 1809 West Ave. .,.. pp. 83, 124, 154 BROWN, SUSAN, 119 Caroline sf. .......... pp. 83, 143 BRO WN, TED, 1308 Lir1wood St. --- ---------- p. 83 BROWN, TOM, 239 Lexington Ave. -- ------ pp. 83, 175 BRUBAKER TOM 1190 East River .... 83, 119, 124 1 1 PP- BRUCE, LINDA, 625 Hilliard Rd. ............ pp. 71, 136 BRUMEMSCHENKEL, RICHARD, .......... pp. 71, 157 BRUSHABER, ROY, 452 W. 10th St. .............. p. 71 BRYANT, CHESTER, 1803 West Ave. ............ p. 71 BRYNER, CHERYL, 605 Gulf Rd. .... pp. 63, 122, 143, 150, BUCK, CAROL, 6099 Ford Rd. .............. pp. 63, 151 BUCK, RUTHANNE, 6099 Ford Rd. --- BUGA, JAMES, 2810 W. River Rd. N. -- BULLOCK, BARBARA, 124 Lewis Ct. --- BULLOCKS DAN 112 Lawrance St. --- 151, 154 ------ p. 83 ---- p. 63 ------ p. 71 ----- p. 71 BULLOCK.Si FORREST, 112 Iawrance Stfiiuii-pp. 63, 170, 180, 183, 185 BUNGARD, EDWARD, 607 Dewey Ave. ............ p. 71 BURGESS, BONNIE, 358 W. River so -- ....,... p. 63 BURGESS, SUSAN, 126 Oak St. ........ --- pp. 71, 140 BURGETTE, SHIRLEY, 321 Lake Ave. . ..... ...... p . 97 BURKHARD, DAVE, 126 Brandtson .............. p. 83 BURKHARD, JOHN, 126 Brandtson ...... pp. 71, 143, 179 BURKHARD, KENNETH, 254 Pasadena Ave. --- pp. 63, 137 170, 175 BURKHART, TIM, 134 Beebe Ave. L ............... p. 71 BURNETT, KATHLEEN, 116 Cornell Ave. .... pp. 83, 118, 127, 143, 154 BURNETT, SANDRA, 408 Woodland Ave. -....... ,- p. 83 BURNS, JUDY, 746 Cornell Ave. ............ pp. 83, 148 BURNS, BONNIE .................... - ...... p. 63 BURNS, MARGIE, 414 Lodi se. --- ........ p. 83 BURNS, PAT, 214 Whitman Blvd. -..- .... pp. 83, 124 BURNS, WILLIAM, 414 Lodi St. ..... .......-.. P . 83 BURR, SANDY, 873 E. Broad so .................. p. 71 BURR, WAYNE. W. Ridge Rd. .................. p. 71 BURROWS, JOHN. 341 12th St. .... pp. 83, 124, 144, 154 BURROWS, KATHY, 627 Harvard Ave. .... pp. 71, 123, 125, 128, 143 BURTON, GERALD, 404 Bond St. --- .......... p. 63 BUSWELL, GARY, 666 Lucille Dr. .......... ...... p . 71 BUTCHER, MARY, 1285 East Ave. ...... pp. 83, 124, 112175 143, BUTERBAUGH, GRIER, 518 Denison Ave. -- pp. 63, 118, BYARS, BONNIE, 606 Middle Ave. .......... pp. 83,, 119 BUTZ, LINDA, 159 Lexington Ave. .... pp. 83, 124, 143 E2 154 BYCYNSKI, SHARON, 626 E. Hts. Blvd. -- pp. 83, 124, BYRNE, DIANA, 410 N. Abbe Rd. ............ ......--- C CALDWELL, INEZ, 2110 Rosewood Ave. .......... p. 84 CALLIHAN, LINDA, 234 E. Hts. Blvd. .... pp. 84, 124, 127, 143, 154 CAMARILLO, JESSE, 249 E. Griswold Rd. .......... p. 63 CAMPBELL, ALLEN, 521 Metcalf Rd. .... . 63, 131, 135 PP pp. 84, 175 CAMPBELL, EVELYN, RD 2 Stang Rd. ............ P- 80 CAMPBELL, WANDA, 248 W. River St. - CANFIELD, BARBARA, 443 Adams St. - CANNON, CLAUDIA, 113 N. Locus .... --..------ p. 63 CANNON, GERALDINE, 336 17th St. ...... pp. CANTLEY, CAROL, 719 Woodland --- CAPP, JOYCE ANN, 505 East Ave. --- --- CARLIN, KAREN, 614 Harvard --- ----- ---- CARMAN, JUDY, 119 Chase so .... - --- pp- 69 CARMAN, SHERRIE, 413 Ihrl Ct. ..... CARMON, FRANCES, 417 High St. ......... CARMON, JACK, 417 High se. .......... CARNAHAN, BEVERLY, 525 Debby lane --- pp. 71, 158 -------- p. 84 63, 159 --------- p. 71 pp. 69, 71, 125 -- p. 84 , 71, 125 --- pp. 71, 125 - pp. 84, 136 pp. 63, 147, 159 ---------- p. 63 CARPENTER, LINDA, 500 W. 3rd St. .......- ---- P - 71 CARRICK, DAVID, 1901 Gulf Rd. .......... pp. CARTER, DICK, 556 Lodi St. ....... CARTER, GERALD, 1723 Helen St. --- CARTER, JOSEPH, 177 Warden Ave. ..... 63, 147 -------- p. 71 ------ p. 84 ------- p. 84 --- pp. 80, 135 CARTER, JEAN, 177 Warder Ave. ........... ........--- CARTWRIGHT, SHEILA, 191 Bell Ave. ...... pp. 84, 154 CASEY, DONNA ........... .....-.... - -.---- p - 65 CASSITY, MYRTLE, 205 Chestnut St. --- CASTLE, GREG, 112 Kipling St. ..... CASTLE, RANDY, 112 Kipling St. --- CASTO, LINDA, 118 Cleveland St. --- CATHER, SHEILA, 207 Blaine St. -- ----- .84 S. 84 --- pp. 63, 147 ------ p. 84 --- pp. 84, 154 2'I'I CAUGHLIN. LINDA. 389 Gulf Rd. ...... pp. 63, 126, 131 CAVIN, LOWELL, 315 17th se. ........ pp. 84, 162, 175 CAZEAU, JAMES, 211 Roosevelt .............. pp. 71, 155 CAZEAU, JEAN, 211 Roosevelt Ave. ........,,... p. 84 CEEULA, NORRINE, 328 N. Olive se. .... 3 ..... ff p. 84 CELLAR, JEAN, 226 Furnace St. .... pp. 71, 123, 134, 148 CHAIT, LINDA, 105 Longford ..,,-----,---,-,-- -- p, 71 CHAMBERS, BRENDA, 2120 Ford Rd. ........ pp. 84, 148 CHAMBERS, SHERRIE, 6095 Ford Rd. --- CHANDLER, CHUCK, 148 Lake Ave. .... CHANDLER, JAMES, 231 Jackson Ave. CHAPMAN, JOHN, 1410 Middle Ave. ffffffffffff p CHAPMAN, MIKE, 513 Bon Air Ave. ..........., p. 71 P CHAPMAN, REBECCA, 1410 Middle Ave. --- pp. 63, 151 pp. 84, 124, 143 P. 71 .84 .71 CHAPMAN, RONALD, 362 Furnace St. ............ p. 84 CHAPPO, JOSEPH, 318 Concord Dr. .... pp. 71, 123, 175 CHARLES, ARTHUR, 278 Griswold Rd. ...... pp. 84, 142 CHENOWETH, JACKIE, 515 Debbie Lane .......... p. 63 CHESROLVN, SALLIE, 1003 Park Ave. .... pp. 63, 122, 131, 142, 156 CHORAK, JIM, 548 Cornell Ave. ....,...-.,,,,,, p, 63 CHRISTINSEN, DARLENE, 2238 Lake Ave. .... pp. 71, 118, 119, 125, 150 CHRISTINSEN, KEN, 1241 W. Griswold Rd. ...... pp. 71, 144, 174 CHRISTENSEN, PETE, 640 Hilliard .......... pp. 84, 175 CHRISTIAN, JOYCE, 217 Howe St. .........,,--- p. 84 CHURCH, LAURA, 1250 E. River se. ..... pp. 71, 119, 123, 125, 131, 143, 145, 159, 166 CLAAR, BONNIE, 915 East Ave. --......,,,-,,---, p, 71 CLAPPER, JERRY, 138 E. 4th St. --- CLARK, BETTY, 311 Clinton Ave. -- CLARK, JEFF, 158 Courtland Ave. .... CLARK, JOHN, 116 Nickols Ave. ...... CLAYCOMB, CAROLE, 299 Courtland .... CLEBONE, MARILYN, 329 West Ave. ........ ---------- p. 84 --- lpp. 71, 158 ------ p. 71 ------ p. 97 --- pp. 63, 118, 122, 142 71 143 pp. . CLOYD, NANCY, 611 Middle Ave. .......... pp. 63, 139 COBB, DANIEL, 1844 Lake Ave. ........ CODY, HAROLD, 1212 West Ave. ...... pp. 71, 123, 157 ---------- p. 84 COLE, WILLIE, 17 Woodford Ave. ................ p. 84 COLEMAN, DAISY, 1945 Rosewood Ave. -- pp. 84, 154 COLEMAN, MICHAEL, 903 Park Ave. .... ppl-63, 122, 141 COLEY, CARY, 167 Clinton .................... p. 63 COLEY, MIKE, 198 Eastern Hts. Blvd. ........ pp. 71, 140 COLLETT, EDDIE, 1129 Melvin Lane .... COLLETT, WAYNE, 1129 Melvyn Lane ------- p. 80 --- p. 84 COLLIER, MARK, 224 Gates Ave. ..... fffffff-pp. 84, 149 COLLINS, LESLIE, 252 White Oak Dr. ...... pp. 71, 142 COLLINS, LYNN, 138 Bereley Dr. -----. --,,-- p , 84 CONNER, ROY, 518 North se. ....... ...., p , 84 CONWAY, DIANNE, 119 Huron St. -g .....,.,,, p, 63 CONWAY, TOM, 119 Huron St. ..... ....,---...- p , 84 ---- pp. 72, 134 COOK, PAMELA, 999 Oakwood Dr. .... COOKSEY, DIANE, 428 Washington ..... pp. 84, 127, 143 pp. 84, 124, 127, 160, 161 COONLEY, CAROL, 364 Beebe Ave. --- .......... p. 71 COONLEY, RITA, 364 Beebe Ave. --- --- p. 71 COOPER, BOB, 604 Lake Ave. .... --- p. 71 COOPER, BOB, 1608 Yale Ave. .....- -... p . 182 COOPER, MARILYN, 442 West 6th --- ...... p. 71 COOPER, ROY, 604 Lake Ave. ........ ............,.- COPLEY, BRENDA, 704 Denison Ave. ...... pp. 84, 154 CORDER, BILL, 439 Metcalf Rd-. ........ pp. 84, 118, 175 CORN, DOUG, 1051 Melvyn Lane --,, -----,--,,-- p , 72 CORVEIL, CARLA, 702 Prospect St. -- COTTON, LINDA, 370 49th Sr. .... --- pp. 84, 155 COUGHLIN, TOM, 161 Lafayette --- ...... p. 72 COVEN, CHERYL, 630 Harvard Ave. --- ....... p. 63 COVEN, GREG, 630 Harvard Ave. ..... --- pp. 84, 179 COWAN, BEVERLY, 980 N. Pasadena -- ...... p. 72 COX, ROBERT, 162 Canterbury Rd. .......,,.--,- p, 63 CRAIG, LINDA, 348 Harwood --,,-------------- P, 84 CRAWFORD, DOROTHY, RD 2 S. Murray Ridge .... pp. 72, 135, 158, 163, 166 CRAWFORD. JANE, 120 Taft Ave. ...... pp. 84, 143, 155 CRAWFORD, KENNETH, RD 2 S. Murray Ridge .... p. 63 CRITELLI, PHYLLIS, 106 Euclid se. ..,,-,,.-,,--- p, 84 CRITES, KAREN, 746 N. Abbe Rd. -- pp. 72, 125, 135, 159 CROSS, NANCY, 113 Cleveland St. ........ pp. 84, 155 CROSS, PAT, 283 N. Abbe Rd. ...... pp. 84, 124, 127, 135 212 CROWLEY, JOANN, 157 Warren Ave. .......,22. p. 84 CROWTHER, CECILY, 700 Garford Ave. ..... pp. 72, 118, 119, 123, 125, 134, 143, 159 CROZIER, CRAIG, 1010 East Ave. ...... pp. 63, 157, 170, 183 175, 180 CRUM, DAN, 949 E. River si. -- pp. 63, 170, 175, 1801 183 CRUM, KATRINA, 949 E. River se ...... pp. 72, 123, 12454 1 131, 136, CUMNOCK, SUE, 141 Princeton Ave. ....,..... pp. 72, 158 CURTIS, DICK, 179 Nottingham Dr. .... pp. 72, 142, 150 CURTIS, SUSAN, 337 Oxford ---.. -- pp. 63, 122, 139, 111235 157, CUSON, KATHE, 811 W. River St. N. ...... pp. 84, 155 CUSTAR, BARBARA, 260 Ohio St. CUTTER, DICK, 153 Dennison Ave. --- pp. 84, 124, 127, 143, 160 ----- pp. 72, 133 D DAGES, ROBERT, 1108 Foster Ave. -- .......... P. 72 D'AGOS1'INA, ROSE, 326 13th Sr. ........-....... p. 84 DAHL, DON, 260 Marseilles Ave. .............-.-.. P. 72 DALL, CAROL, 166 Berkley Rd. ..... pp. 84, 118, 1129, 112512 7, DALLAS, FLOYD, 243 Delaware --- ............. p. 84 DALLAS, PAT, 243 Delaware L ...... .--------- P - 69 DANDREA, THOMAS, 622 Bell Ave. ......-...--.- P- 72 DANEY, CHARLES, 971 E. River St. ..... DANFORTH, KARIN, 185 Parnety Ave. DANIELS, RUSSELL, 111 Hazel se. ..... DARAEY, GLORIA, 1330 W. River se. -- DARBY, SUSAN, 323 N. Olive sc. ...... DARCY, MAVIS, 201 Emerson Cf. ............ pp. 84, 124 pp. 63, 119, 122, 129. 130, 142 ---------- p. 84 --- pp. 72, 149 .'.'.'.'fff -pi-72 DAVIDSON, KATHLEEN, 111 Furnace sl. .......... p. 72 DAVIES, DAVID, 683 Lucille Dr. .....-...-- P. 72 DAVIES, JERRY, 45 High Sr. ............ .... p p. 72, 140 DAVIS, BILL, 469 Poplar se ...... .... p p. 72, 133, 167 DAVIS, CORA, 1067 E. River sf. -- ------ pp. 84, 154 DAVIS, GARY, 1906 Lake Ave. --- ...- PP- 72. 151 DAVIS, IANIS, 1166 Garden sc. --- ..... -- p- 84 DAVIS, JOHN, 548 Vulcan St. --- --- pp. 84, 178 DAVIS, MARY, 548 Vulcan Sr. ..... ..-.....- lv - 63 DAVIS, LINDA, 428 Berkshire Rd. -- ....--.---- --- DAVIS, MARILYN, 355 16th sc. .... .... p p. 84, 154 DAVIS, REBECCA, 141 Bechtel ...... ------ p . 155 DAVIS, ROGER, RD 2 Bechtel Rd. -..---------- --- P- 65 DAVIS, ROSEALEE, 211 Bell Ave. ..------- -------- P - 72 DAVIS, SHARON, 200 E. 14th Sr. ...--------- PP- 84. 155 DAVIS, TED, 609 Bell Ave. .... pp. 55, 63, 82, 132. 151 DAVIS, TOM, 548 Vulcan St. ...------ ------------- ---- ON, JIM, 209 Longfellow St. ...... DAY, TOM, 184 Brandtson Ave. ........ DEAN BRUCE 513 Princeton Ave. ...... DA WS ---------- p. 72 pp. 72, 129, 141 ---------- p. 84 DEANi CHARLES, 1150 N. Murray Ridge ...... pp. 72, 174 DEAN, CHERYL, 1150 N. Murray Ridge ...... pp. 72, 118, 120, 123, 125, 134, 144, 150, 151 DEAN, JACK, 513 Princeton Ave. .--------------- p- 63 DECKER, SUSANNE, 1058 N. Pasadena ....... pp. 84, 124, 127, 167 DEFAZIO, LINDA, 949 Gulf Rd. ........ pp. 84, 127, 131 DELK, PATSY, 247 Bath sf. ........... ------------ p . 84 DELLEFIELD, JEANNE, 263 Vassar Ave. ...... pp. 72, 121, 125, 128, 158 DELK, PATSY, 395 E. Bridge Sc. ......--. -.-....-- p . 70 DELONG, VIRGINIA, 1524 Lake Ave. .... pp. 85, 124, 155 DEMARCO, DIANE, 203 Vassar Ave. -.. pp. 85, 124, , 155 127 DEMAS, ASPASIA, 601 Princeton Ave. .... pp. 63, 122, 126, 134, 139, 143, 163 DEMAS, MARIANTHY, 601 Princeton Ave. .... pp. 65, 163 DEMIRJIAN, JOHN, 283 Bellfield Ave. ...... pp. 72, 128 DEMOS, PAM, 419 Metcalf Rd. ....-...------ pp. 63, 136 DENN, ANNAMARIE, 224 Winackle Sr. ............ p. 72 DENNIS, BILL, 2072 Elmwood St. ........ pp. 72, 174, 175 DERRICK, JOYCE, 324 Marseilles Ave. ...... pp. 85, 155 DERRINGER, JOHN, 357 N. 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