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Page 17 text:
Graduates of 1944:
N one of the most eventful years of history,
you are stepping into places of responsibil-
ity that will call into use the full measure of
every skill and ability you have acquired in a
few years at school. With trust in God, loyalty
to your country, and honesty to yourself, may
you fulfill your duties and contribute to the
present and future Well-being of America. Be-
gard Well the heritage of Liberty and of Orderly
Government. Enjoy the privilege of pursuing
happiness, in good and Wholesome Ways. ln
short, my hope is that you all may be blessed
with useful and haDDY lives.
Leonard E. Loos
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Elsa L. Albrecht, Dean of Girls: Leonard Voorhees, Director of Pupil Personnel: Walter Scliwegler.
Dean of Boys. '---
Page 16 text:
Board of Education
FIRST ROXV' Paul H. Torbct. Alice Rcsslcr, Russell H. Erwinc. Frank Mills. SECOND ROXV Anton E
Strolim. John l5. Davis, Raymond J. Turk, Loren J. Bullard, Loyal E. Luikart.
URING these criticctl wctr yeors American
youth hos been brought fctce to fctce with
severctl very serious chcrllenges. Thou-
scrnds of our young people hctve been forced to
decide whether to enter combat service or to
gssist with defense industry, or to continue their
educotion. The decision hcts not been on ectsy
one to rnolce. American youth, ctlwcxys highly
pottriotic, understotnds Whcrt it mecrns to rnctin-
tfgtin the Aniericcrn wcry of life dt Whatever cost
Lure of high Wotges offers ct for more subtle,
if less vcrlid, chctllenge. But let it be sctid to the
glory of Arriericctn youth thcrt by for the most
of them wont to continue their educgtionctl prep-
ortiztion for cr post-Wcrr world which will require
not ctily oil the intelligence ond skill, but the
pffttience, insight ond tolerctnce, thot con be
brou-giht to beotr upon it. This is the high tcrsk
to which Ainericon High School boys ond girls
gre corrtniitted. Your tectchers ond friends hove
confidence thot you will continue your prep-
Ctrcrtioii ond thus cctrry the torch for cr better
Russell H. Erwine
Superintendent of Schools
Page 18 text:
A.B. from Flora Stone Mather.
M.A. from Columbia Univer-
sity: English: Newcomers Club:
Chairman of the Faculty Social
and XVelfare Committee.
"Now cherubs , ,
AB. from Wittenberg College,
University of Wisconsin, LLB.
from John Marshall School of
Law: English and Dramatics:
National Forensic League and
the Junior Play.
ADRIAN J. BUERGER
"S!op that noise."
B.S, from University of Day-
ton, E.E. from Ohio State Uni-
versity: Nlathematics: Standard
Tests and War Activities.
FORD L. CASE
'AAII right boys."
BS. from Ohio University,
lVl.S. from University of NVis-
consin: Industrial Arts: Basket-
ball Coachp Faculty Social and
"lV1ill you please open the wrin-
ilow u l11lIe."'
AB, from Oberlin C o l I e g e.
M.A. from New York Univer-
sitv: Commercial NVork: School
1 ,jg Lf"Qg",,L' 'if' 1
.aw jeff .:. '
J 5 ff V
f A ,
1 -1 ,,
"Now the naziue person would
say . .
A.B. from Heidelberg College.
M.A. from Ohio State Univer-
sity: English: Sponsor of the
Log, Member of the Boys'
Guidance Committee. arid Aca-
demic Publicityg Senior Play,
'AI have a letter herein
Cincinnati Conservatory of Mu-
sic. Baldwin-Wallace College.
Diploma in Public School Mu-
sic: Choir and vocal Work.
B-.A. from Defiance School,
University of Wisconsin. M.A.
from Ohio State University:
English: Service Club: Presi-
dent of the Euclid Teachers As-
sociation, and Standard Tests.
"It may be sooner than you
A.B. from Otterbein and M.A.
from Ohio University: Art:
B.A. from Ohio NV e s l e y a n.
Columbia, Ohio State Univer-
sitv, and NVestern Reserve: So-
cial Science and English: Junior
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