Fairport Harding High School - Harbor Light Yearbook (Fairport Harbor, OH)

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S IN APPRECIATION --of his export workuianship and fidclify, wo fake g'l'02l.f pluasure in clcdiczifing this 21111111511 to Mr. GL-mlml Babson, our friend and cmicll. If is our L'2ll'llL'Si mln-sire that hc servo this school for nmny yours to como. uiilnm of tho Harbor Light wis 'l'I IAN KS Un In-lmlf of flw Class of 19.51, Hu llmnk :lll tlmsv who Ilan- so willinglj vu mln-rzllm-fl in lllllkt' this :ulnunl pus illlv. WH- 1-xtcmi our full zlppruciufion tu our spunsur, Mr. C. P. Xx7lHl2lllIS1t0 flu Kmm-r:1 Klub, llllIi0l' H10 SlllN'l'ViSiUll uf Nlr. ll. A. Ruud: fn Hu- uri d1'll3ll'fllN'llt ,guirlul by Miss lisflwr NY:u'clg mul in all ntln-rn who lunf Hu-ir tulunth. I1 To Harbor Light Staff John RCIIO Ruth Kylnmncn Martin Hilsfon Emily Monfgomcry lidwin YV:Lkkilu Aili Hukojurvi Sponsor!-Mr. Curl P. VVillimm JUNIOR MEMBERS Eva Mac Stangc Ronald Blnkcslee Faculty l'Ul HUYY, Inf! lu lfiyhl Mr. Hzlrolil Minisfer, Mr. l'l:Lyfon lllllllllllg, Mr. linrl Lynlnun, Mr. Gerald Babson, Mr. Furl XN'illiauns, Mr. Charles lioley, Mr. Sterling VVillizuns, Mr. Ralph Rumi. SECOND RUYN, iwfl in lfiyhl Miss Hnzel Rugg, Miss Alnm Oliampzi., Mrs. Hazel l'l!Ll'Illl'l', Miss lisflier lVzu'cl, Miss l'll'!I.llL'l'S l'ierre, Miss Mary Ku- vin-li, Mrs. lineimlzl Ibm-li. I'IlIlllJ HUVV, lmfl In Night Miss Milrlred Sippolzm, Miss Helen Komcli, Miss Hlizzilmetli Ulevenger, Miss Ellen Nienii, Miss l,uurn Yisfi, Miss Mzuule FJIIIII, Miss Man'yMol'g:u1, Miss Hilxln Kula. Nl 'UM HUYV, lmfl In lfighf Mr. llnvnl C2l.l'lll2lIl, Miss Clmrlofie lliih-nsuule, Mr. Genrge llullv, Miss livungeline Dunn, Mr. li. A. Greig, Supl., Mrs. l'ntlierine U,Brien, Mr. lililjzili Brown, l'rin., Miss liileen l.zuigsfaLH', Miss Linn Sulnppi, Mr. VVilli:un lVineliell. 8 -1- ' l. -11-7 aisnagasw ' VAVEA a.. x, E' W ml if SH O nl' lil' J MW Q Q 'U xx , A 'xxx HMWQ Y 4 iff .TV ,, K y ' w E ' X Y X 'Y x S. K, X M I X X N 'X-3 .:1. E 5 mgnxlc- 7 ' If L I 51E s:.l - N .vxfxkx V .r ,, nf, , ..:.,. 'Q :gf N . Q X f V -. 7 f H M A Tvvvvrw-v"1'vn1'rvvT f P M X Ill-Ili-ll l ' f ww DX I , JTEP- :mw W me ff? 1 ' I "MMM'MVwHiHV'Q'wmWQWQW ,.,..,,.,,,,,- 0 Q' - , , W -A Y ': 6'o5L1'-,of.. ,z ' I, 5 'E gum 1 ' E 2 s' 777 I nl Ag .n. . L' I- ,V X u-Vt Dwnd I-un:-nur--43 SENIOR CLASS Ol"l"Ii'l'1RS FIRST SEMl'IS'l'Ell Pres., Jack Loxtermzm V. Pres., Allan Mackey Sec.-Treu.s., Sulo Oinonen sizeoxn sEM1cs'r1f:1z Pres., Jack Loxterman Y. Pres., Emily Montgomery Sec-.-'I'1'e-ns., Ernest Vnstyan SENIOR CLASS POEM HEXCELSIORH Over his llezul were the maple buds, And over the free was the moon, And over the moon were the slurry slucls 'l'lml drop from the nngel's slioon. Emerson SENIOR CLASS COLORS Blue and Silver SENIOR CLASS MOTTO "Excelsior" 10 ,jg Y lg N' Qi Ii? in N' - -f .4 N .N sg 'J N if 3 w .N . N3 . ST RNA s.. 'I' .gy X FWF ,S . Q V o. 1' Y: K ' - -A . K. Q' 43 Q ' z wa . i Q 'fs BX J v L1 '55 'N S ' Wm N QXN l J X XJ I l fl l sf . Q4 .1 . J , ,NQN N' lllCI,YIl'I LICIKALA, "VIL Gehernl . "Not very talll. not very small. llut l'uir und swe-vi illlll lovval by alll." Jr. Girls Glvv Flulr l: Plmral Ululx 12. 3, Al: -wvlvvw 'l -l' ll1Ll'l'- IAIXVI-Ill RUN' IJ1-:umntiv Uluh 2. 4: Girl IN. ' 3 -, . - V. Q V - - ,,,, .. 1 mu,-,,1 Spuylg 1, gr gg' 4: 1.g,fS1,.,. ,-,,,,,,,.,.L gg: QD- ROHhRl MACIULH, lnnr Cwlu-ral l-re-ttu Clmrus 2, -I. JACK I,OX'l'l'lliBI.'XN, "L01'lf,rf" Svielwc Nfhalralctl-r, Ieuclcrshlp und nouns:-uso l'0Illllllll'lly Never uunthur will we final." '-Ho isn'! forward, he inn't bold But his promises ure me yroonl us gold." Sr. Science Club 3, -lg Kameru Klub, 43 Football 3, -lg Truck 43 Pres. Association SGC. 4. 3: Home Room Sr. Sciexwv Club 4, Pre-5.3 llraunutic Club 43 V 1- , . . . Sc'lml:n'sluip Uluh l, il. 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: MARX GUM-UV SRX' UAUNZ' cwlwrlll 'l'r:mk 2, 3, 4: Scllolausllip tn-um 4: National , Athln-tic Sm-ie-ty 3, 41 Prvs. uf I-'rm-s. Associa- "I "I !ll'91'llllH.' IIIUIIII Willl UN' ll""9l4'- tion, 43 Homo Hmmm l'rvs. l, 2, 3, 4, Vlass Prvs. Plwlslllll' t0 livin livlllg' 10 plume." 3, 4: Jr. Vluss Play: Sr. Class Play, NMMA B0l,I.,-XS, "Em" General "Hn-r 1-yt-N un- like stars ul' twillgllt fulr. Llke twlliglnfs, too. In-r dusky huh." l'llUl'ill Ululf l, 23 llramuxtic Ulub 25 Opvlw-ttu 1. l'll,Ml'lR U.l,-XNP.-X "l'nf1'h" Generzll "I um lnyru-lf. my own 00llllllllll1l9l'.,7 Girl Ilesvlwvs 25 Sr. Uluss Play. JVVIN LUOMA, "Lady" Science '-Your ways mul quiet Ill1lllll0l'S, All mukv you worth whllx-." Band 1, 2, Kzmuwa. Klub 3, 45 Sr. Scivnce Club 43 Sclmlarslxip Club 1, 2, 43 Fo 2, 3, 4, Baskvtball 1, 2. Football Munagvr 3, -lg Tvuuis 3, 4, Shop Club 1: Kam'-ru Klub 3, 4: Postm- Plub -lg Hmm' limmx llusinvss lYlklfl?l.gl'l' 1, Zig Sclmlursllip tram 3: Jr. Uluss Play Manager 3. otbull 43 Truck lll'l'l'Ill llllll' l O lll'Ii'l' llAl,.'KV.Xl'S, "IIulu" fll'lll'l'ill "Full of npirlt, full nl' vlm. H Nluuh In pruhu-:I by knnwlng him. llllllil I I' lr lsr:-ln-stru l' Slmp1'lulm 11 'l'r:u-li 37, -I: lilnslll-'llulll M:xll:lg'e-1' lul MA l'll.l'lANUli IIUKKQXNICN, "IInlrlry" 'mnmerciul "A In-url us from-. ll hm-nrt ns kind Ax l'llmn'n is lmrll tn limi." Sr-lmlurslmip Vluh lg llrnnmliv Ululm 2: ilirlsllla-lf Ululm 1: 4'lmrul Vluh 2: Girl lh-sw-rw-s 2, 3, 4, I're-sg llnuu- liumu Prvs, Assn:-. 2: Jr. Class S4-4-.3 lute-rmurul Spnrts l, 2, Il, -lp lip.-rl-tt:n Ulm:-us 2. INA MUISIU, "lui" Kivnvrzll "Her 1-urv ls IIPVPI' to 0ll'l'llll- Ev:-rylmlly In her frll-ml." Glrl lil-s1-rv:-s 2, Il, 4, lmuuutic- Uluh 2, 4: . Choral 2, 3, 4: Sr. Sl'll'lll'1' Uluh Zi: lustvr Club ll: Girls lntrnnuxrul l, 2, 4: Hmm- Immun Sec. l, 3. ANDlll'1Vl' P. KXMKNAIK, "lx'ul.vu" Srim-llrc "Fur the more ilu- lllllll knows, 'I'ln- more wnrlhy hm- ls." Sr. Sri--lu-v Ulub 3, -I, Vim- llrm-s.: Kuuu-ru Klub 1, 2, 3, 4: Svlnnlu,rslnip Uluh 2, Sig County Svhol- urslnlp to-um 3: Sc-lmul Sulnolzwsllip team 3. l.UlVl'1ll RUXV ICDVVIN Cl. VV.-XKlill,.'X, "ICflaliv" Gvuvrnl "'l'ul1'nt in lhul uhh-h is in uunfs powerg In-nlus In lhul in whom- power n unnu lu." liunulru Klub 'li Pustvr Club 4: Te-:mis 1, 2, 3, lg Shop Ululv 13 Svlml:n.1sl1ip Club 4: Stage' 'Mun- :age-1'. l'lMlI.Y MUN'l'GUlVll'1llY, ".lIuul,u" Uullvgr Prep "'I'hn-rv ls p,-nhl in lu-r lu-nrt, is wvll :ls in her hxlIr." Sr. Sm-if-xwv Vlub 113 Girl livsvrvvs 3, 4: View I-'rm-S.: Postm-r Ululx l, Sec.: Ulwrul Club 3. 4: llrzrmutic- Uluh -lg Intramural Sports 3, 43 Jr. 'laws l'l:1y: llu-rn-tt:l 4: Sr. Clnss Vice Pre5.I H:1rbur l.ig'l1t lhmrdl ldustvr i'0llL'l'l'l 3: Sr.Clasg4 Play. lllfllllillli SNYDICR, "flaw:-ya"' Cnllvgv Prvp. "l.lf1- is not loo short llut there is ulwnys tluu- enough for courtesy." 4'lllll'2ll Uluh 12, 3, l'r1-s. -lg Kulueru Klub 2, 3, 4: Suh0l:1rsl1ip Ulub 1: lilllllll 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, -lp Sf-lmlursllip Ts-zuu 3, 4: Opvretta 2, 4: VV:ltc-ll 'l'nwm-r Stull' 2: lfmmtbull lVl:1nuga-r 3, 4, Sr, Vlass 1'luy. Urvim now HENRY IVARY. "7'wz'1f' Science "W'e have an liruwny uthlete, At lens! he-'s big und strong. A senior girl says hefs ull right, And she haw known him long." Kamera Klub 1, 2. 3, 4, Sr. Scioncf' Club -lg Boy's Glee Club 1: Choral Club 1, 2 ,3, 43 Scholarship Club 13 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Homo Room Officvr 13 National Athletic Honor Society 4: Jr. Class Play: Opervtta 1, 2, 3, 4: Opefretta Cast 43 Senior Class Play. 'l'HI'lI,MA THRESSA 'l'AI'l"l'UNl41N, "Tuifw" General f"I'Ily sunny smile mul hnir so bright ure still more lovely to our slght than golden In-:uns ol' orient light." Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Orclwstra 1, 2, 3, lg Kaiuora Klub 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. AILI HAKUJARVI, "l.vI11" Cormnerc'ial "Her slnlle is white us ilnwnlng light, Her volee is sweet and clear. 'llhin chnrlning lnlss has proven tu be an frienrl most dear." llramatic Club 4: Scholarship Club 1, 2, 31 Office Debs V. Pres. 4: Choral Club 2, 3, fl: Scholarship Team 2, Opsfretta Chorus 2: Opor- 4-tta Cast 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, finance chair- man 4, .lr. Girls Glov Club 1, Svc., Easter Con- cert 33 .lr. Class Sec.: Homo Room Svc. 33 Har- hor Light Board 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 13 3, 4: Senior Class Play. ANTHONY RUSSO, "Tony" General "W'ith flushing eyes and black huir too, The Don .Iunn of our fair school." Football 1, 2, 3, 4. ST LUWICII RUN' ARVI LIPSANEN, "Nwlln" fll'lll'l'Jll lil "Ile that is of :I merry heart huth u contlnunl fe:lHt." Choral Club 4. 'TH KYI.M.XNl'lN, "lr'ufl:iw" llUlIllIlf'l'l'lill 'filer nlimplecl eheeks hetrny the warmth mul lllllllllilll' of her heart." .lr. Girls G11-v Club 1, Vice Pros.: Girl lic-serves 2, 3, -l, 'lxl'b'l:lS.Q Choral Club 2, 3, 43 Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3, Seng Ilramutic Club 4: Office' Debs 4, Svc., Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Ts-am 2: VVatvh 'Pnwvr Staff 23 Harbor Light Board 4: ldasu-r Concx-rt Il, Opelri-tta Chorus 2: Operetta Cast 43 .lr. ClaSs Play: Senior Class Play. EYE IIUUYA, 'fl'Mr"' Gm-lwrzll "Nothing is more nuefnl than silence." Choral Cluh 2, 3: lntriunural Basin-thull 21 Track 1, 2, 3, Opt-rctta 2. l'l'l'l-:R mm' NJXLU li. l,lN'I'AI,.'X, "lion" Sl'll'Ill'l' "llc-lpful. vnrl-frm-. lull of fun. If ynu nun! u. rn-ul frlvlul. hm-re ls mm." Shop Uluh lg llllllllill Kllllh 2, -lg Sr. Smrivllm' IAYWI-ill RUW Vluhg Kzvnu-wa Kluhg Sf'll0lHl'Hl1lD l'luh 1, 3, 42 ' , - ,, , Ml- -, ,, lntranmurul 'l'l'?ll'lC 1, 2, 11, 4: View Prvs. .1r.4'Iz1SS: -'WIN Blllllulb. 1,111.1 C-smr.ll E,lt',:!Hlf:ml,u'll5::L'mfl1'50xltf:,l:.1lw"iVJ' K-ffmQztH?fai.R,m:::6 "lI1- nc-u-r fl'lllllll1'N trouhlo. until trnnhlt' "' ' ' ' ' ' " ' - irnuhlc-N him." l'lll'l5llllJlS Vwvm-1-rl: Ulu-nw-tt:u Fast -43 Svulor Vlnsrl Vluy. .Xlll.l'lNl'l M. l,l'llYl'lY, ".lI" fll'll0l'ill XlYU M. K.Xl'l'l'lNl'lN. "I I.'lmzv" cll'lll'I'Ill -'llvr kindness, smiles. uml lun- Illllkl' thn- "In qulc-tllvun tlwrv ls c'hnrm." I'IiNf'I"H """"""'4' IWW"-" .IV Girl-S mlm. 411111, I: phullul pluh 3' 3' 4: SI-. lr. fliIl's film- Club 1. 'l'llxf:ls.: t'l1ul':ll Club 2. Il. qi,-I lg.-N.,-W-5 45 Hp...-,.U,, 3' 4: lq,,Sg,.,. p,,m.,.,-t ll: lll'21lHZltll' Ululw 2, -l: lull'l lla-svl'x'vs 3, -li ln- ggl H,,m,. R,,,,,,-, SM.. lv 34 lrmuurnl Spurts 1. LE, Il, 4: lizmslvr l'mwvx't 31 l fhwn-tt:n l'lw1'us 2, I. lx Yl'lll'llllNl'l ll:XMl5Oll, "lx'uIr" G1-m-ml H H A l'Il:Xlll.l'lS l'Ul'l'l, "l'nll1' Sl'IC'lll'l' "'l'Iw llnwnlng hvupl-ll Its light in her Imlrg Her che-1-ring: wnyn elrlvo nnuy despair." "A forma-r llnrlmr stndc-nt. ,loim-ul us this your, And wo nrt- sun- that llnrhur sont In-r very ln-st Shaw Hll.:'l1 23 Girl ll:-sm-rw-s fl. -lg I'0ste-1' Club down In-ro." 4, llusl-:4-thall 1. ll l.ll'S l'l. KISH. ".luy" Hom-ral Harbor' 1, 2, 33 Name-ru Klub tg Football -1. "Happy um I. frnm vurm- l'm frvr. . XYIIQ' ur0n'! ull conlvnt Ilkl- mo!" Vlmpe-l Ihmrcl 3. lll'l'lCR Rilll' ICIJXNIN LAKSU, "H1lI'lx'-ll" College Prcparutury "Nl-ve-r sail. lll'Yl!l' mad, onward tolling' every day. S0llll'flllll'N lnul. always glad. in his jolly care- free way." Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4: Sr. Scicncf . M 'lubg FootbalL 2, 3, 43 Track 4: Basketball 1, L.. ARY STEVENS. "C'l1i1'kr'n" COlllIH0l'ClilI "Slavs small of stature-, fair of face, And to these charms ls added grace." Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, 'Vice Prcs.g Dramatic Club 2: Home Ruom Svc.: Officv Dcbs -4, Prcs. Sf-nior Class Play. AINO I,II.I,I.'KN Al,"l'l0. "Lil" Cmnmcrriul H "Evurywln-ro in life. the true question is. No! what we gala: lnlt what we do." .Ir. Girl's Glvv Club 1: Choral Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Rcservvs 2. 3, 4: Office Debs 4: Opcretta 2, 413 Eastr-r Cone:-rt 3: Sports 1, 2, 3, AROLD MUSER, "IIr:" General "A llvvlivr drnnunur ll1'1'l'l' Ihccl, so he thinks." Nature Ulub -I: Scholarship Club 25 Track 43 Jr. Class Play: Senior Class Play. Ll DW' lill RUN' li0lll'1li'l' l'lS'l'Elil-IAY, "l'abIm" Cnllcgc Prop. "'l'hn-re is a gn-at eh-ul of lnlrth he-hhul his qulct exterior." Scivncc Cluh 13 Scholarship l'lub 2, 4: Football 3, bl: Basketball 2: Track 4: SCll0l1ll'SlllD train 2. RINO SARKKINEN, "Slmrty" General 'f'I'hls tall athlete, bllthc and gay. lmpn-used ns more and more each day." Iluskrtball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, lp Truck 1, 2, 3, 4: Kumora Klub 2, 33 Jr. Sci:-ucv Club 1: Hand 2, 3. 4: Orchestrzt 1, 2. 3, -lg f'llUl'llS Il: National Athletic Society. ALLAN SILVI, "SIiz'r'r" Gem-rrl "It's quality not quantity that counts." l'I'Pl'IR RUR' RAYMOND NUR'l'l'NEN, "ll'imnu'r" G1-nvrnl ' , , -. "Sill-lu-0 In more lloquc nt fllllll uorels. LOWER Row Shop 1: llalskvthull 1, 2. JUIIN RICIIO, Cullcgv l'r1-lmrutcvry MAn'1'H,-x cwxlmI.YN U'l"l'U. --.lim-ry" Ga-ne-ml """"""' "' """""" """ """""""' 2 A - I "lt -. "llon't pglvn- Ill!lly ull your good advice." 1"""l' 1 ml 1 lr, IZirl'sGlm-1-Club 13 i'lml'ul Club 2, 3, 4: Gigi lu-an-1-vc-s 2, 3, 43 Dramatic- Uluh 2 lliondvrj : - v 1 v - , w 1 - .. H - .- Srl Sc,il,nw, muh 3: 0DM.l,tta 2' 4: Baum, Con. Ilil',Nh LUlllNltl,I.X l5l',lll'.bH, I LUIIIIIIPITIHI 4-v-rn 33 Athli-tics 1, 23 Svllltll' 1'l1lSS Play. --'l'hlx-c iran' hl'llll1'ltl"l llllluunt NIlll'l'v Sprmuls Slllllllilli' ull the while." .lr. Gil-I's film- Ululw 1: Girl lla-so-rw-s 2, Il, 42 IILXZICI, lIAC'Kl,l'lY, "IIu:rf" Civm-rnl lH'l'im- In-hs -lg lntrzumxrznl Sports 1, 2, 3. 4. "VVlml swvvt uh-llprlnt n quh-t life uIl'0rlIs." AliNOI,IJ MA'l"I'lNl'lN, ",'lu'lc" Gcnerul ,, ,, , ,, ,, "D ' kl ' I .l': 5 lt." hlllolurh BAIWIRQ Nnuupr hmclu-0 lout tu 1 hun ser ous 3 he doesnt nwuu llund 1, 2, Il, 43 t'l1m'a1I Uluh 3, Prvs. 4: Basket- "l ka-ep ull:-nt und sufa--nlleneo nov:-r In-trays hall Manager 2, 3, 4, me." Jr. Svie-nc-0 Uluh 1: lluslu-lhnll 2: 'l'1:uc'k 2, 4: Sm-hnl:n'shlp 'Fvum 3: Hmm- Rumn Yicv Prvs. 2, ' ll: PWS., Vicf' I'1'1's. Vlub 2. -lg S4-nior Class Play. 1 6 l l'l'l'l-ZR ROW XVlI.l,l,-XM Sl'1l'l'Z. "Hill" c:!'I1l"T'ill ' "Young fn-Ilowu will ln- young fellows." LOWER mm, Svlmlarslnip Vlub 1: 'I'1'uck 1, 2, 3, E VV.-Xl,'l'Ell SK'IlI.l'1NKlCll, "Him" Ucallvgzx' Prrp. l7UlUVl'HY 5'l'llfUUll'l'- "l""'i"'ln umwml "A Iitilv llirting now uml lhvn In relluhc-cl by ilu- In-si of Illfll-n 'WYIIQ-lu llllfllfl' has work lu do she creates n gvnlns todo lt." Wlsl lligh I, 3: K2l,llll'l'H Kluh 3, 1: 13l'2llIHlliC , 1 V V Y f'lul1 1: l'l1m':1l Club 4: Sclmlurslxip l'luh 3, 4: .Ir. lllgxlw Girls Hlvv Uluh 1: Ix2ll1lf'l'2l lxlllb 3. liand 3. 'lp Football 3, 43 lutl':mux1':ll Iluslu-thull Sw. lg Imslw-r Uluh Prvs. fl: Band 33 0rch0SU'F1 :lg Vuunly Sclmlarsllip T1-:nm 3: JV. Uluss Play: 73. 5. llpuw-Ltr: Cust 43 Sr. Uluss Play. l'llll'l'll l'lVEl,YN 'l'.-Xl'l"l'UNI'IN, "lC1lrIi1"' , 1 - V I v I U i U Gtqwml ll'.l lull lxIl.'XNl4.lx, lrflr' bKll'll1'l' .ul-0 M... ln., i, 10 ln,-4. ln... and love but her -"I'ha- :nun thnt llnlushuu is not quits' u brute," fnreverg For nature :mule hor what sho ia :mel never "'l'd" """'h"""' I"li.XNl'IS H. ZAINXNIQA., "l"runlr" fil'Ill'l'ilI Urclu-stl':l 1' Girl liosvrves 1' Drunmtic Club 22 ,. ,I 1 ' . , , ' . ., Hlluppy-go-Iuc-ky ull the duy lung, K'1"l"' Klub Z' Band 1' 2' 3' 4' Opentta 2' lf lu- isn't lllllgllillg somethin!! ls wrnn5r." t X i V N ' 7 H Q Shop Ulub 1: Homo Room Officer 4. l'.Ml".RX ISIULZISU, "ll'aaf!l K-em-ral "I have n heart with room for every joy." ' l l Dramatic Club 4: Ulm:-ul Club 2, 35 Football: '1'n-uckg Opvruttu. 2: Easter Concert 3. l 1 7 l , . U PPEII RUHV x l 4 4 ' .IOSICPII GIIRGIILY, "h1fry" fll'Ill'l'lll "l,lll lllllly alll the allly long. Slll0fIll'I'l'lI with grills, going: lllolll:." IMWIJI' Row EDNA KON'l'INl'lN, "lJfl"' Gm-ncrnl 'A lluox with qunlnt und quiet ways." illrl lk-:-u-1'v1's 3, 4. l'll.lZABl'l'l'lI HOSE RICIIO, "Liz" Cmnmvrcinl "'I'hln Illnn In lllllllfy llllll Rlllllllw l':llll0llI'f'll to the hearts of us ull." Jr. Gills Gln-v Uluh 1, Girl Rv:-wx-vs-s 3, 490l'fico Uvb!-I 4. JOSEPH ADAMS, ".lo1"' General "Hr npm-urn no shy llllll llllNllflll. one sun-ly would rally nt n look: llut you 4-un't IIIWYIIXU tell by the cover juni what Ill Illullle of the book." Sr. Science Vlub 47 Football 2, 3, 4. MICHAEI. ISHSHDA. ",lIilu"' Gvucrnl RI JO --A hlt of zwriousm-ss, ll toul-Il of gulcty, ll jolly frl0lul." lizmd 2, 3, 4: Orclu-stru. 3, 45 Baskotlmll Intru- mu1'n,ls 1, 2, 3: Baskvtball Alnuagvr 2, 3. 4. CHARD SCllAl'1l"l4ll4lR. "IM-lr" Goncrul "Sir, I would l'llfhC'l' he right tlllm pn-sllls-Ili." i'hm'us 1, 2, Il, -13 lioy's fllvv Club 1, 23 Basket- ball llliillllgkll' 1, 2, 3, 41 Honm Prvs. 2. SPIPH GIlllI.l'lY, "lyilIJ'l'U College Preparatory "Ml-ll of few words ure the bent men." llomv Room f,ffiCl'1' 1, 2, -lg Choral Club 4: Sr. Scimwe- Club 4: Scholarship Teaxu 2, 3, Scholar- ship l'Iub 1, 4. 1 UPPER ROW' IUIIN l'll,I.l'lR, ".lInx1"' General . ll Vl M "Music llllllylllli, wistful melody. Nothing shnll sever thy l'llllHil' from thee." f'hm'al Club 2, 3. 4: Iqll1ll0l'?l Klub l, 3, 4,'I'1'4-as.: Hand 3, -lg Football 2, 4: Track Manager 1, 2, 133 Jr. Plas:-s Play Manager lStageJg Operetta 21 Ups-1-1-tta Fast 4. 'XRULD VVULFF. "Burl" Urlllvprl' Preparatory "lic-ntlem-ss suvel-mls better than violence." Football 1. 2: Basketball 1, 2: Track 2, 3, 43 Vlmral Club 3, 4. 'II,I,IAM llliI.'l'0MA. "l'1fll" General "llc-'ll Iincl an way." Karns-ra Klub Ass. Clxairmang Football 1, 2, 4: 'l'1'avli 1, 2, 3, 4. ARTIN HILSTON, "Nurri" Science "Ever Ioynl. ever true, to the tasks he's given to do." Club 1: Pres. Assoc. Science Club 2, 4, Shop 3: Football 3, 4: Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3: Scholarship Team 1, Football Letter 4: Schol- arship Letter 3. AI RI LOU' HR. ,LAN XV. LIIMAKKA, "'I'h1- u'orld's no better Llfe's no longer if we Rl l YV " Rn!" Science lf we worry, hurryhss Hand 1. 22, 3, Sclmlarslmip Club 15 Sellolarslnip Team 1. CIIA RD IJERALA, "R "Ile knows what is wh Scholarship Team 1. ig 11" Science ut." 9I'I.0 UINUNEN, "Sulfur" General "'l'he nohls-ness ol' his forever." Footbal lg Kamera Klu bg line churueh-r wlll llvl' Track. lTl'l'l'Ill ROW' l'lliNl'1S'I' J. Y.'XS'l'Y.-KN. "Iiul4'l:" lil'lll'l'ill 'Wnurn truly." l'r1'S. -Kssuc, 'l'x'v:ts.g Nuturv Club Prefs. -1: .Irra- malic- Club 1: llny'sfll4-1-Clxlb 1: Ulmuml Club lt lluskvthznll 2: 'l'I:lr'k 43 Cllapvl liuurd 3: Up- :-rc-tfn 1. VVIIJJAM HILL. "Hill" Um-lwrul -'llv liven ln IN'll1'l' with ull nmnkintll' RAYMOND MANNINICN. "Ilrfmln" fll'lll'l'2ll "'I'ho world knows nothing: ul' its gre-utt-Ht llll'll-u Shop 4'luh 13 'l'l':l4'li li llnskvthalll 2, 3: SV. Nr-lf-m'v Ulub 1, 2. SICDIHC' SIl.'l'AI.A. "Sails" Collvgxv l'r1-purutury "Ile hun tht- nrt of Illllkillpj fril-mln with his pu-ntlv humor." ' IHWIIIK llllll' .-U.I.l'1N MACKHY, "liwmiv" Uvlwrall "XN'lth In-umlng smile :Ind wlunlng: wuyn. Hu- sp:-ut with us hln hlprh :school clnys-" liHllll'l'H Klub 2, l: S13 Scivmw- Club P1-vs. -l: llrzummtiv Vluh 2: t'lmrul Club 3, 4: Truck 2, 3: l+'m-tlmll 3, lg liouw Iimnu ul'ficm-'I' 2, 3, -l: Opvrvttzx 2: liurzte 1' Vuluru-rt Hg Sr. Class Pros. UFIIKT IIOICYATII, "Ii1'rl" cll'llQ'f'ill "Mt-ll urvu't to lu- lll4'IlNlll'9d by im.-hen." JOHN ISIIIARY. "!'rez'rn1rul" Svie-1100 "XVII:-nn pt-ople ngrua- with nn-. l fevl l must he wrong." Shop Uluh T: S1'll0IQll'SlllD Cluh 1, 2. 3. -lg Truck Nl:l,l1ag:,'f-1' 2, 3, -lg l!uy's lntrmnurul Basketball Mallaugvx' 1: School Scholarship Tvzmm 3: County Scholarship TC'21lll 35 Jr. Ulass Play Stage Man- ager. INF I'l'l'l-IR RUN' N:Xl.D 'l'0IYUNl'1N, "llunnir1" fQt'lN'Y'ill -'Nl'Ith Much u l'0Illl'lllll'. nuvh u fI'il'llll, NVQ- fuiu uuuld wulk 'til ,lourln-y's mul." IAHYIIII RUN' Ii.Xl'Nl'I Yl.H.-XINICN. "llr:rnlr" S1'io:lu'v --A In-in-r spurt vuunot ln- found." Slum Ulub 15 Fouthzlll ZZ: Uzlskvtball 2, 3!gHm'm' ltuunx Uf'l4iC1'l' 3. C'l'H'l'IS H. ll.'Xl.l., "l'urly" Gent-'rul , "A U: f fe ' 'ortl mln-sn't hav t tlke N0 Mu. 11l1zIKKINl4:N, --lem" 1.1-m-ml '..'.f.'f.,f'.,f Hell. 1,..'ck.3, " " ' '-Dlunyulnhlo souls un- hhlelen by u quiet ex- lfunlbull IS, lg 'Frack 2, -lg Moms' Room officer 3, teriur." 'l'r'fwk 2. 3. 4- CARI, I.INIJlH'IRU, "Lindy" SCit'lll't' "'l'nII of stature. stout of heart, A frh-ml from whom we've no desire to llllffuv XN'l'll0NY IVINUYAIK. "I'aflly" General ,Fld I ' 4- 1 -'lm tho thing that you think best und uhhh- hy It like u n0l1Iler." IN MEMORIAM ROSE UNDUS .I ULIA BOCZAN LAURI KUJALA 21 Ii, 4: Holm- Room officer 1, 2, 3. "Lookin Back" VVe arrived here on one September morn for our eighth year, fresh, slightly green, but eager and willing to do our best. VVe were directed into three differ- ent home-rooms. Miss Shaweross, Mrs. Blake and Miss Corey were our teachers. VVe soon learned that we must get down to business if we wanted to get any sort of grades on our cards. In the ninth grade we were put under the guidance of Miss Douglas and Mr. Boley. Miss Donglas's home-room was supposed to put on a play for chapel program but all the main characters became ill the day before it was to be given. XVe felt rather important to think that our pictures had been included in those taken for the annual. In the tenth grade we advanced to the second floor to rooms 8 and 11 pa- troled by Miss ltlontgomery, Mr. VVinchell and Mr. Carman. VVe had a picnic on Mr. Brown's farm fwhat class hasn't.?l. Remember those Frosties? Some- body had a tummy ache that night, it nmst have been the ones who had devoured two or three ice creams. After what seemed ages we became Juniors, p1'oud and bossy, but still kept well in hand by our teachers, Miss Rhodes and Mr. Dunning. In the fall came our first real event - the Junior Class play. Later our class rings were select- cd and ordered and remember how proud we were in our refusal when the Seniors asked to use our crest for their's. The skating party at Madison was one "hum- dinger" even if we did have a few tumbles. Next in line came the Junior-Senior Prom in May! That was certainly a gala night out at the Madison Country l'lub with everybody in his best. 'fbib and tucker" and oh-the line of teachers with heart trouble that were discovered that night! Last of all was the class picnic at Mr. Brown's farm. Miss Rhodes proved very wicked that night for she led a group ot' our girls astray and didn't bring them back until time to leave. livcntually we achieved the rank of high and mighty Seniors. VVe tried to lord it over the lowly Juniors just like all the other Senior classes have done. This was our year for activity! Excitement certainly ruled the roost on the day that our pictures came and then came the class play in May. The picnic attracted plenty of attention and provided lots of fun. Then came the days of combined gladness and so rrow-Commencement was at hand, ending our glorious high school days. 22 Last Will and Testament VVe, the graduating class of 1937, Harding High School, Fairport Harbor, Ohio, being now of sound mind and body, do make, publish, and declare the fol- lowing to be our last VVill and Testament, and hereby annul all former VVills by us heretofore made. Item I. It is our wish that our past mistakes and errors be forgiven and forgotten publicly by our pedagogues and fellow students, before any em- lralming be done on our persons. Item II. To the Juniors, we bequeth our choice seats in chapel. We loan, for masticatory exercises, between or during periods, all of those gelationous coagulations adhering in more or less hardened form to all seats occupied by us in class rooms and chapel, consisting mainly of "Dentync" and "Juicy Fruitv. Yve request only that after each indulgence in said exercise, that they be care- fully replaced for the future enjoyment of subsequent seniors. Item III. To the Sophomores we leave the subjugation of the Freshmen and any stubs of pencils, and bits of papers we may have left, which we give our full permission to use. Item IV. To the hero-worshiping Freshmen, we leave our paternal solici- tude and all those aged and somewhat deteriorated shoe laces, towels, and tennis shoes found in the shower rooms which they may, with our full permis- sion, keep as souvenirs. Item V. To the teachers we leave all the unheard of bright secrets and new discoveries we initiated them into on our examination papers. Item YI. To the future Harbor Light Board, we bequeath a scheme other than water and ships. Wetre seasick! ! l ! Item VII. To the following We leave these gifts: To Miss Rugg: Future Seniors who will be good examples to under classmen. To Mr. Greig: Teachers who don't get bitten by the Love-Bug. To Mr. Brown. Students who know enough to run for shelter when the "five-aftera' rings. To Mr. Lake: A sound-proof, insulated partition between Room 4 and the Band Room. ' To Miss Pierre: More volunteers for the 'tchen Brigade. To Miss Langstaff: More big brutes to s nd between in pictures. To Mr. Hood: Plenty of filthy lucre with which to buy fantastical photo' graphics and yet keep the Kamera Klub out of debt. To Mr. VVinchell: More girls to keep him company after school. To Mr. Minister: A life full of Virginia Heels. To Mrs. Patch: A cast which will learn their parts before the last night. To Mr. VVilliams: A Harbor Light Board that wonlt give him too many headaches. Thelma Taittoncn's profile to Gertrude Stevens. Dorothy Straight's artistry to Miriam Hill. Donald Toivonen's big blue eyes to Florence VVerbeach. 23 Mike Beseda's trombone sliding to Helen Dakos. W'alter Sc-hlenker's gals to Ronnie Blakeslee. Arnold Mattincn's soliloquies to Margaret Tobias. Bucky Lakso's jollity to Eva Mae Stange. Harold Moser,s southern drawl to Eileen 0'Jala. Martha 0tto's dusky tresses to Mildred Kuivila. Julius Kish's waves to Louise Loxterman. Edwin YVakkila's tennis shoes to Alberta Klumph. Ernie Vastyan's hunky-dory looks to Ann Sabadosh. lilizaheth Beho's size to Francis Hill Henry Ivary's "lockeritis" to Ruth Mae Hilston. Jack Loxterman's leadership to whosoever is so blest. Shorty Sarkkinen's "come hither smile" to Jack Bartish. limma Bollas's brown eyes to Olga Hubint. Aina Moisio's tinkling giggle to Rachael l'lvila. Elma Hokkane-n's gum to Joe Kuscma. Beenie Mackey,s jokes to Ha1'lan Fann. Allan Silvi's "hula skirt" to Ann Ga1'cia. Robert Mac-key's willingness to Miriam liuuska. Donald Lintala's chemical analysis on how to remove spot: from the Chem- istry Laboratory ceiling to Ernest VVerbeach. Mary Steven's cuteness to Betty Mae Uhapman. Irene Beresh's neatness to Taimi Rauhala. Katherine Hambor's skates till the Fourth of July to George Adams. Dick Schaeffer's freckles to Dorothy Hietnen. George Snyder's candid camera shots to his brother Harrison. "Andy" Kamenar's "Amos" to whoever can find him. Charles Potti's theme on "My First Date" to Marjoris Randa. NAME Lillian Autio Edna Kontinen John Bollas lirnest Vastyan VValter Schlenker tvilliam Hill Raymond Manninen Arlene Lurvey Arvi Lipsanen Uharles Potti Ilarold Wlolff Irene Beresh lidith 'Paittoncn Frank Zalanka lidwin Lakso l'lino S-arkkinen Richard Scliaeffer YVilliam Seitz Helvie Liekala Henry Ivary Pete Kranek Furl Lindbergh Robert Mackey Arnold Mattinen TH E CLASS OF 1937 Outline Of The Future A Mul'r1oN Secretary Poetess Bus Driver iu4:sl'L'rs IN 19-L7 In Shanghai, doing missionary work. Fat Lady in Grotto Circus Cornplasterer. Uertified Public AccountantDetective in Richmond Greater Scientist than Plin- stien Nurseryman Baseball player Gym Teaehser Sailor Funeral Director Diesel Engineer Secretary Dress maker Bookkeeper at Diamond Al- kali tVeather Man Captain 'Po be successful 'llo bowl 300 Nurse ltaclio Amiounrer Aviator Sea Captain Travel ???????? Hen-peeked husband Paper hanger Selling hard-tack to the Old Folk's home. Blowing up Basketballs Uollector of odd-shaped circles limbalmer for the Painesville football team High-pressure salesman Proud owner of home for disabled ants. Manufacturer of nightgowns. VVhaling off the South Sea Islands Inventor of Perpetual Motion Peeling spuds in the Il. S. Navy Inventor of speedometer for turtles. Sighting the Alps Mother of 1-11. 'l'he king's food tester. Such a sweet angel. Hunting Davey J0ne's locker. Man about town. Girl's coach at Lake Erie College C'or11iuue'rl on Page 69 24 li ila-en 0'.Iala Margaret Bagin lfl ics'r sr:A11cs'1'r:lc 1,I'l'Sl!1f'llf , . L Melvin Luoma Vim' I'1'z'sirIc'r1f . . , Ethel Sorvisto Sn'1'f'f11ry-T1'm.wl1'w' Miriam Huuska Ii11xi1u's.x' lllnnugrr George Adams si-:voxo s1cMr:s'1'1c1c I'rf'side1zf . . , . . Alex Literati Vive I'rc'sidf'nf .,... Ethel Sorvisto Sevretzlry-TrerwlzVer Miriam Ruuska Busirzfss lllarmger . , .George Adams Junior C ass Mildred Kuivila Sylvia Niskala llelen Dal-cos Marjorie ltanda 'l'aimi Rauhala Miriam Ruuska lidith Lepisto Mildred Leikala :Kill Kytta Rosanne Dickerson llelen Erickson Dorothy Hietnen Ernest VVerbeach .lack Bartish llonald Blakeslee James Bodak Margaret Vegso llaehael Ulvila lflvelyn Torre Margaret Tobias Ann Sabadosh Iithel Sorvisto l'lva Mae Stange Ruth Taipale Alberta Klumph Mildred Keto Alli Kauppinen Miriam Hill Mildred Hilston liuthmae Hilston Ella Horvath Frank Vendely Eli Saari Allan Riippa Melvin Luoma Robert Cinke Francis Hill John Kiikka Joe Kucsma Ingrid Olson Margaret Papp Cleo Randall Olga Rubint Gertrude Stevens Dorothy Volanski Florenee Werbeach Elsie VViita CLASS ADVISORS Miss Patenaude and Mr. Dunning 25 George Adams Joe Geczi Edward Ignat Eugene Kangas Eugene Korpi Alex Literati Edwin Pohto Herbert Pohto Arnold Saari Robert Sarosy John Sutch Louis Svigel John Tirpak Armand Tulenson Steve Urban Nicholas Zavare Lewis Palugyay Elizabeth Bezzeg Margaret Cramer Sylvia Hakola Mildred Hendrickson Elizabeth Kanocz Lillian Levine Elizabeth Bagin Ibm' lislvrliay livm-lyn Gray Kalhlu-n Murphy .'xlil'l'll Mavkey Milclrwl Sivula Ann Kippola llulurvs liangas .Xlli Liikala livily Marnsvhak Irvnv Sznhay Lim' llc-hu lllclilh Toivunn-n lflilm-n Parrish lilizalwlh l,ilm-rali limlilh Ullanpa llorolhy Lnrvvy llvlvn Oth' llc-le-n llngya Margaret llvllak Viola Nvlsnn Analrvw Knath Amlrs-w llnsnak Eclwin Laivala liinar licvk lizlmnnal Knivila Milton Mackey Ulivvr Mackey llulu-rl liiippa Sophomore Class .lack Calclwvll Us-orgc llittm-r liaymoncl Sumnc-la llaynmncl llilstnn l'larm'm'v Linllsvu Arlhnr Svkki Ilarrimn Snymlvr 'l'uivu VVasara Fra-cl Seigrworth Norman Lnuma llarlan Fann lluherl Ililshm lflmlwarcl Kendrick Frank Sarosy Sh-rling Sippola William Mavkvy .luhn Orosz Nino lleikkila IVlic'havl Svheilwr Paul Dilgren Nicholas Gyure lioorgze- Nugramly lizlwarcl Otto Orville- Perala l'lhnvr lgnat Adolf Skytta. liohc-rt Pohto Ulivm-r VVeimero CLASS ADVISORS Mrs. l"armur' anal Mr. hvlllf'lll'ii 26 .lohn Kapastasy John Zahmka lflrm-st Lillbauk lioln-rl Uramer Virginia Luxh-rmun Lillian Kish livtly Mao Chapman Carolina Sznhay Norma .lc-an Lurvvy Margarvi Kish Marliorim- llraski Lillian 'l'oivum'n l.iIlian Lnhta Alive' mvl'Flll'llC'il Alli Kanppinm-n Ann Uarvia Ch-rtrinlo Kylla Lillian Kiikka Mary Yilagi Ann Simko Alice Zlllllly Mary lla-rush Anita Stunri Louisa' I.0Xfl'I'lllilll lflnne Nic-mi Milrlrwl Laksn l"lorrnc'0 Rego Norma Kukila J X X 4 4 L4 4 4 S lf' ff ff 5-51 W X -as 'Q BPTIIIITIF I lllllll T I IQ I v-evwlru Hkku-FP 4 4 9 ,C 4 J 4 I ' 4 4 4 4 1 44 W4 , 4 4 J' " , 44 J: z 4 Q 4 4 4 4 S 01 ' A A-Wig 4 ' Q I f 4 - --: ' 'AviA-,I v 1:1 nf :Q un'-' wg 4 rf? T332---, 4 X x :st ' 'GE' v 1 4g f - , - ww-" ' ,hfff--am UJ "YJ Girl Reserves l,l't'.Yillf'Ilf A A A A lilnm Hnkkzmvn Vin' l'1'r.vi1lvl1I Alilnily mI0llfgOlll0l'y Sn-n'lf11"1j A A liflu-l Sorvistu 'I'n'11.w1n'l' A Ruth Kylnmm-n l"irn1m'r fvlllliflllllll A Aili Hilkil-i2ll'N'i l"lll'lIlf'lf .lllT'i.YfH' A A A AMN. Ham-I l"JLl'Illl'l' O l jr. G1rll's Gllee Club l,I'f'.YiIil'IIf A A A A A AYiolu Sumppi W Vim' l'l'4'.vi1l4'11l A A A A A Lillillll Koski SI'l'IAt'f1ll"1f'7'l'l'IlSllI't'l' A A A A A Gloria Uilgrcn l.flll'I1I'i1llI.H' CUIlSfIl.llL'l? Irons und Julia Bartok .!!'l'UIIlllllIliSf A A A A A A A Norum Jl'2lll I4lll'VC'y l"m'ully Alalvisur A AAAA Miss liilccn Lzungstuff 28 Kamera Club l'1'z'.vi1l1'r1f . . Gworgv Sll'YilL'l' Vin' l,I'l'Si!ll'llf , lfclwin Polliu .S'4'f'n'f111',1j . . , , , llorothy Sfmighf 7vl'!'IlSlll'l'l' , . John lillvn' l"11r'11Ify .1rl1'i.v0r Mr. AR. A. Rumi VN Presidents Association J VXIOR HIGH 1'l'l'Ni11l'IIf . . . .,.. Y:1lun'rilu- Ilillllblll' Viva' l,I'I'.S'iIll'I1f , , . , , li0lll'l'f Sfill'lil'-Y Sf'r'n'f11ry-QI'r1'11s11rm' . , , Viola Somppi srixlolr HIGH PI'1'SiIIl'fIf , . .... , Jack I10XtL'I'lll2lll Vin' I'l'f'xi1Il'nf , A , , , Gm-orgv lg2llll'l' St'l'l'1'fllI'1 -Tr'1'11.v14n'r . . , . .GL-or rv ,Xclsuns . rf-, 29 grcat clcal in tht- way of activity. '1'hcy havc cntcrccl various marching c caglcrn liaml contcst at Ashlaml., hrozulcast ovcr Station XVJAY, and hclcl Orchestra l"lll'lIH'If .lrl1'i.vor Mr. ll. A. l,akc Bandl l"r.'1'lllf,1j .l1l7'i.vor Mr. li. A. Iialic HDIST nccmccl to hc a grcat ycar for changcs. VVitucss our hand! Having gracluatcil practically thc cntirc hass scction last ycar Mr. liakc has accom plishcrl much in thc short timc mluring which hc has workcrl with his ncw mcm icrs. licsirlcs thc hasscs, thc alto section has hccn rcmoflclccl so to spcali aml scvcral instrumcnts which wc havc ncvcr had hcforc havc hccn aclclccl. During' thc four ycars of our attcnclancc thc haml has accomplishcml a tcsts. accompanicrl all playa aml L'lll'0l'ltllI1lll0lllS hclll in thc auclitorium, lcrl ou hovs of thc gridiron to victory, hoth at homo and ahroacl, cntcrcll thc North conccrts for thc cnnioymcnt and hcncfit of all listcning cars. IIcrc's to Mr. Lakc, thc hancl lIlL'IIlbl'l'S aml their succcssors. 30 OH Jr, Girl Reserves l'rz'.vi1I1'uf A A A A A A A A .Viola SOIIIIJPI Vim' l,l'l'.Vif1l'llf A ABL-Hy Lou IRHSIIIIISSOII Sr'f'r'1'fr11'y A A A A A A A A Gloria Uilgrcn Tra'r1.s'11r1'r A A A AC0r1sfm1c'u Irom Progrzzm C'f1rlirl111lI1 A . A A A llosvlyn SCIHIIPI l"1u'l1If,lf ,I1l7'i.vm ',,, .....,, B Iiss 1vl'2LllCl'N l'i1'1'1'L Nature Club l'1'4".virIz'11f A Vim' l'1'f'.virl1'11f Sl'f'I't'flI7'y 7'rr11-xzlrvr' l"Ilf'lIIfQU .lr11'i.s'm' A 1':l'IlCHt' Yasfyzxn A A .Stove lgillltfl Albert Goblowsky H?ll'l'iSi3l1 Snyrlul A A .Mix E. H. Brown Ire, High Dramatic Club l,l'l'Silll'Ilf . Rolmcrf l!l'2lIIll'l' Vin' I'l'f'.virl4'l1f . .Anmm Biruk S1'1'l't'flll"Ij-,1'!'l'll.Yllffl' , Rosalyn Sclllllvl' I"Il1'llH'lj .!rl7'i.vnr , , Mr. lC:u'l llyllllillll Q 0 Sr. Hlgh Dramautmc Club l"lll'llH'lf .l1l'Ui.wr A . Mrs. IAllC'illllil I':lfcl1 32 Poster Club I'n'.vi1l1'nf ..... Doroflly Sfl'2l.igIlf 1S1'I'l'l'fIII"lj . lilnily :xI0llfg'0llll'l'tV y'l't'1lSlIl'l'l' , ,,,,.., Mirizun Hill l"1ll'lIlf'Ij ,lflz'i.wr A , . . .Miss l'1SHlL'1'vV2l.l'll Sr. Science Club 1'l'1'.vi1l1'l1f . Vfrf' I,l't'.Vi!,l'Ilf Sl'1'l'4'fll'l"1j . 'I 'rr'1r.vl1 Nl' . Inlllflllfllf -111'7'i.sor M 1' . . . ..., . . .Frank Zillilllkfl , , . .Jack I10Xt'0l'lll2lll Andrew Ksuncnau' George Aflzuns Ulzmyhrll Dunning l 9 Jr. Boys Gllee Club lll't'.Yill1'llf Melvin Gorm Vim' I'n'sirlr'11l .. Bull HUlllll' S1'f'l'l'fIll"lj . . . f'll:ll'lt'S Gillvs l,ilH'r1r'in11.s- Amly Slllllll-Y :xml Billy Shu-ka X l'vIll'lllf'lf .lrlI'i.wr .. Miss l'lllUl'll Imllgslflff 34 Choral Club l"l1iS'l' SEM l'1S'1'l51i I'1'rsi1lz'11f . . Vive' I,l'1'Silll'l1f Srr'n'fnry-T1'm.s11rvr l,NH'fIl'ilIlI . .. l"m'1llfy A I rl'z'i.vn r Slil' I'r4'.si1Ic'nf A Vim' 1,I't'.Yi!Il'lIf . Sz'1'r1'f11ry-T1'1'11.v11rm' I,fIH'II7'ilIN , .... . l"1u'11Ify ,A1rI'z1i.wr . Arnold M:LHincn . Gvorgc Adzuns , Allyn-1'hL Klumph , . . A Hclcn Dzmkor- Miss liila-mm I1?lllg'St2Lff DY Il SEM l'1S'1'1'IR . Gcorgc Sn-vdcr . .Arnold M:LHin0n . .Albcrhl KIIIIIIIJII . . , . . . .liilc-on 0'Jz1l:1 , . .Miss liilcun IA2LIlgSt!Lff 35 THE CLASS UF 1937 l'1'r"scfnfs "Big Hearted Herberty' .I Il: rn' url t'1IlIIl'l1y by Sophie' Kz'1'1' 1141111 .IIIIHI Sfwsr' lfirh- 11-1'1Ism1, wifh fha f0IIOzc'i'n,g rust: Ilerberf Kuluess liolmerf Knlness I'IliZ3Llll'IIl Kzllness M:u'flm, flue umid , Ilerlrerf Knluess Jr. . ,Xliee Knlness Andrew II004Il'iCIl Amy I.:Lwrenee . Jim Luwrenee Mr.Gumlriel1 . . Mrs. Goodrich . .. Mr. llzmvens . Mrs. Ilnvens IC 1 , A Hurolml Moser .. George Bauer nily Montgmnery . ,Murtlm CHU VVnlter Selllenker . .Mary Stevens , A .Henry Ivury Ruth Kylnmneu . George Snyder Jzlck I,4OXIL'l'lll2lll ,Mary Gablowsky . Donald Lintnlzl Aili .Ii2lk0.i1Ll'VI TIMEe--l'R1'lSl'1N'l' l'I.ACl'l-Snmll mid-eastern eify ACTION linfire action fakes place in the Kalness home. ACT I , ,,., Breakfast uf Knlness' ACT II , ,.,. Dinner at Kzmlness, ACT III , ..,. Dinner next day 36 66 99 l-leart Trouble November 13, 1936 JVNIOH CLASS PLAY Mrs. Grace lllorrison . . . . ..,.....,.,,.. Rutluune Hilston Junior Morrison I , , , , . .Gertrude Stevens Uourzul Tyler . . . , . . Laura Morrison Fred Morrison . l utrieia Morrison ,... . . ,Alex Literati . ,Sylvia Niskzrla .Jack Burtislm . .Melvin Luonln Lenore Appleby . . .,... Ann Subaulosli 'l'onuuy Caller . . . .... Ronald Blnkeslee Jethro Appleby Bentriee Tyler . A . ...,...,........, . . . . . . . .Jolin Sutell , . .Eileen U'Jz1l:L Directed by Mrs. Lucimlal Patell Business Managers , . . Stage lxIflTl21rQ'l'l'S . , . . l'roperty Mmmgers . . . Art Directors . fl Tucler supervision of Miss vvilfdj PRODUCTION STAFF George Adams Melvin Luomn Louis Svigel Eugene Knngns Robert Sarosy Allen Riippa - Herbert Pollto Ethel Sorvisto MirimuHill Evelyn Torre P f l Ruth Taipale romp mis ' ' ' ' Sl Eileen 0'Jn.la Cl xl , S Miss C. Patennurle :rss 1 mvisorr . . . . - . R 5 2 Mr. Clayton Dunning 37' 6'Gypsy Troubadlourn 'l'0ll0l'0 ixItll'iIl Yuriu -Iilllillfl ixl2ll'ii1l Husifci Niimli 'l'um Gurilmi .. Hn. .lwui -li-rmlil . Mary Hufllim-ws 1ii?ll'l' l'l:ivhm 0l'l'llRl'1'l"l'A April 9, 1937 Gi-urgo SIIYCICI' . .Aili IIuko.izu'vi Ilzlrlam Fllllll ,Sylvia Niskuln XV:Llfcr Schlvnkvr . ixI2ll'g'2ll'L'i' Vlullbillri . John lillur . .llcnr-V IVZll'tV llorothy 1'IiCfIK'll . Riifliliyliliaiiii-11 . . .lflili-mi 0'Julu lliiw-li-al bv Mias liili-i-il l,:ingsf:iff Mrs. l':Lh-ii Mrs. l":u'im Miss XVzll'ci . ,. Misa I ii-l'1'0 liiisiiii-Ns Mmiugi-i's .. ,-l.vsisf1'fl by , ,l,l'll,lllIlfil'S . . l,2llli'illg' . . . Sl'l'llL'l'y . .ti0Sfllllll'S A livn Mau- Shuigv., clt'Ul'g,2I't' Adzuns 38 KT: RDUT 0F STEVENS Pernj Hard T Can't l Ruling l"'l'l Football Games l"AIltl'0li'l"S SKIl'l'l'ZltS XVIN GRID Ul'l+1Nl4lR, STOP l41l'l'I,IlJCENTRAL, 12-0 XVL- stzu'tm-il tlu- 1936 football si-uson stu-cm-ssfully by .+L 12-0 win ut liucliil. Although using nn au-rinl offcnsivm- to get into scoring tm-rritory, our talllii-s wi-rv nuutu bv lint- rlunm-s. A lonu' mss bv SIll'lilillN'll, auul :L 1-ou ilu of lini- . l- ew u ra l . ' l phuigi-s by Lnkso in tlu- first qunrtcn' uc-countcil for our first tour-lulowu. l.uti-r, in tlu- lust 1 uzu'tt-r. ii lon 1' mss bv S2Ll'lililll0Il to l'1StL'l'll2LY :nut :L 1-ou ilu l . . of lun- plungt-s by Xvl'l'lll'!lCll :wc-ounti-cl for our tuml tout-lulown. l"AIRl'Oli'l'. XYII.l.OIlGIIBY BA'l"l'I,l'l TO SCORl'lI.l'lSS TIE Uni' first Lzmki- Short- lmnglu- gnnu- was with tlu- 1i2lllg0l'S at Austin fu-lil. 'l'hi- gunu- wus uni-vm-ntful L-xc-L-pt for ai fcw inc-iilcntsgoiu-, wlu-n lVilloughby n-:unc within ont- foot of our wozilg unotlu-r, wlu-n tlu-V rt-zu-lu,-cl our sc-vi-n-vzuwl lint-. 1 I n h 5 . 1 I Our il'!Hllll0lHll brick wall rlofcnsi- prawn-rl triu- both tuucs. The only outstmul- ing playa-r was XVilloughby's own Rocco Stillisnno. To provi- this, lu- rliil tlu- puntiug mul tlu-u run clown tlu- 1'i-ccivcr 1-vt-ry l'lIl1C. l"AIlil'0li'l', ASII'l'ABl'I.A GRIIJDICRS PLAY T0 I'NIMl'RESSIVl'1TIE Bi-forv :x hugu crowd wi- plnyccl out first night gnuu- unclcr our ni-w sta- ililnu lights. Although it wus ii scoreless tic, we l'L'2ll'llCll tlu- PILIIHICIJS onu- ynrrl lint- in tlu- sm-colul qlmrtor. '1'lu- visitors, on tlu- otlu-1' luuul, tll1'L-atom-cl our own tlirci-fy:u'rl line but fuili-ml to cross. Lzxkso, YVQ-rlu-zu-li, mul Snrkkiiu-n zu-1-ounti-cl for our yzu'clugu. Esta-l'l1ny's L-Xvcllcnt punting plnycrl tl big part in tlu- tussla-. Qfun you l'l'lll0llllN'l' tlu- sailors :Lt tlu- gnnu-Pj 410 UNSCORED-UPON SKIPPER ELEVEN THITNDERS TO VVIN OVER TROJANS, 14--0 In a night game on a rain-soaked gridiron we came through with our first Lake Shore League victory, 14--0. Both sides played a bang-up game result- ing in serious injuries. "Yabbu" Esterhay's "coffin corner" booting and "Shorty" Sarkkinen's passing proved too good for the Trojans. Our points came rolling in when Ivary tackled a Trojan behind their goal line, and Sark- kinen heaved two mighty nice touchdown passes to Esterhay and VVerbeach. HARBOR GIVES THE SKIPPERS SETBACK, 6-0 Our first and only loss this season in either Lake Shore League competi- tion or outside games came at the hands of the hard-fighting Harborites in a cold night game at Harbor, 6-0. The lack of versatility and a continuous series of fumbles kept us from scoring. Laveck made Harbor's only touch- down. This game proved to be the best medicine available for our later games. "SHORTY" SARKKINEN HERO OF FAIRPORT WIN, 18-12 Painesville got the surprise of their dear old lives when we came home on the long end of a 18-12 score. The Raiders started the scoring with a pass from Luhtanen to Slocum. We tied the score by Werbeach's plunge. Painesville retaliated when Luhta- nen took the kickoff and lateralled to Stevens who ran seventy yards for their second touchdown. Sarkkinen then tied the score when he grabbed a Paines- ville punt and raced seventy yards for a score. Later, in the last quarter, with the score tied Sarkkinen received a punt and ran sixty yards to put us in a scoring position. After a line try Sarkkinen passed to Esterhay for the winning touchdown. VVhen the game was over, the north goal post was no where to be seen. FAIRPORT SKIPPERS HALT RUSH OF KENT ELEVEN, GAIN 1-lf-1-14 DEADLOCK VVe traveled to Kent to mar their perfect season with a It-I-11 tie. The big four-Sarkkinen with his passing, Esterhay with his punting and pass receiving, and, Lakso and VVerbeach with their plunging were again outstand- ing. Our first touchdown was made by Werbeach's plunge. Werbeach also made the extra point. Our next touchdown was made by Sarkkinen's pass to Esterhay. Werbeach again made the extra point by a plunge. SKIPPERS TOPPLE GENEVA TO CINCH CHAM- PIONSHIP POSITION IN LOOP In the last league game of the season we sent the Geneva Eagles home with a 21-0 bouncing. This game assured us at least a share of the Champion- ship. The first half went uneventful. In the second half the passing combina- tion of Sarkkinen and Esterhay clicked and resulted in a 25 yard pass for a touchdown. Werbeach dived over for the extra point. After a couple of first downs Werbeach scored for the second touchdown, Lakso plunging for the extra point. The last touchdown was again made by the combination of Sark- kinen and Esterhay. Hill caught a pass for the extra point, ending the game. RAIDERS AND SKIPPERS BATTLE TO SCORELESS TIE Although the annual Thanksgiving game with the Raiders was battled to a scoreless tie, statistics show the Skippers to be superior. These figures don't lie: Yards gained rushing F-103, P-1133 yards gained passing F-6-11, P--56. Total yards gained fscrimmagej F-167, P-169. Yards lost rush- 41 ing Ffwlll, I'-39. First downs F-13, P-17. Passes attempted F-31, P418, passes completed F--9, l'--6. Number of punts 1347, I'-5. Aver- age yards punts F-29, I'-25. Penalties F-20, P-25. Fumbles F--2, 1'--3. Passes intercepted F-41, P-G. Football Players All the players worked very hard this season and gained a co-champion- ship with Painesville-the closest Harding High has ever come to a champion- ship. Sketches of the players follow: CAPTAIN EINO WSHORTY SARK- KINEN, quarterbackfone of the greatest backfield men in Lake Sll0l'0 League history-noted as a good passer and an excellent runner-made the All Lake Shore s4.cond teamfgiaduated llllll-yL'2l.l'. ROBERT "YABBI"' ESTER- HAY, end---only Skipper making the All Lake Sho1'e first team this season- highest scoring end in Fairport football history-excellent kicker as well as a good pass receiver-graduated mid-year. HENRY "TEEYI" IVARY, cen- ter+last of the Ivary clan to enter the annals of football fame at Harding- was what you might call the big brother of the team--made the All Lake Shore second team-graduates in June. EDYVIN "Bl'CKY" LAKSO, fullback- he was the one who put the Skippers in scoring position by his line plunges- about the best blocker on the team-graduated mid-term. JACK "LOCKY" LOXTEHMAN, guard-small but mighty-good defensive player-made All Shore second team-graduates in June. ANTHONY "PET'1'I" MAGYAR, taeklt-graduated mid-year. CHARLES POTTI, guard-a ve1'y good de- fensive playerggraduated mid-term. ERNEST "WILD" YVERBEACH, halfback---hardest running back in the league--a wild horse when he gets started-he is back next year. VVILBERT "WIBBY" KOSKI, tackle-a hard taekler and good blocker-he returns next year. RAYMOND "FAT" TOIVONEN, end-a good pass snagger-many long gains were made around Fat's end--returns next year. ROBERT "ZAL" CINKE, fullback--a darned good plunger and a good pass received-back next year. ARNOLD "FIMI"' SAARI, halfbackga clever runner and a sure regular next season when he 1'e- turns. FRANCIS "BROOKS" HILL, tackle and end-dynamic on defense and a good pass receiver when playing end-back nevt year. EDVVIN "LADY" LITOMA, halfback-fastest man on the team and a hard-runner4graduated mid-year. ALLAN "l!EANIE,' MACKEY, quarterback-a braiuy signal caller and a fine little l'llIlIl0l'4'gl'il.liLltLtCll mid-year. MARTIN HNORHIB HILSTON, tackle-good on both defense and offense and fast despite his weightggraduates in June. ROBERT "TOAR" MACKEY., guardfthe liock of Gibraltar on defensew-graduates in June. CCRTIS HALL, half' backfa fast runner and good at intercepting passes-graduates in June. Sl'LO USAILOIV, OINONEN, guard---would have been a first stringer if in- juries had not kept him down throughout the season--gmutilated mid-term. RONALD "ltUNNIl'1', BLAKESLEE, end--injuries kept him out all season - --back next year. JOE ADAMS, halfback-injuries lingering the last two football seasons kept him out of action-graduates in June. There are also many subs who should be given credit for sticking it out- John Ellar, Joe Mohner, Melvin Luoma, Joe Kuscma, Herbert Pohto, John Suteh, Jinnny Bodak, George Adams, Hay Suomela, John Oris, Jolm Kiikka, Robby l'ohto, Harrison Snyder, and Nick Zavore. Also credit the All Lake Shore managers, Elmer Ojanpa and George Snyder, with the ability to work hard. 1 42 Comment By Coach Babson Before making a prediction about our basketball prospects for next sea- son perhaps, we had better look back over the past season, which was very successful. YVQ started practice the first week in December with one regular and letter man, "Shorty" Sarkkinen, back from last year. Our hopes and prospects for retaining the League Championship didn,t look so rosy. Painesville ap- peared to have the best team, Ashtabula second, with Fairport a poor third. After a week,s wo1'k we were beaten by YVickliffe, which didn't help our cause much. The boys began to realize that if they were to get any place it called for hard work and a lot of sacrifice on their part to be in the best of physical and mental condition. YVe began to reap rewards for this hard wo1'k and won seven games, until Geneva, painfully administered the age old lesson that you must be on your toes at all times in order to be successful. VVe finished ahead of prediction by getting second place in League play and winning the North-lflastern Ohio Basketball '1'ournament by playing fine basketball. Next season we should look forward to a team as good if not better than this season's. It must be kept in mind that we lose our balance wheel when Henry Ivary leaves in June. The remainder of the squad will be back, we hope, in fine condition. I predict that if the boys are willing to sacrifice and really work next season, baring injuries, we should again be on top. GERALD BABSON THE RECORD OF THR FOOTBALI. CO-CHAMPS XSKIPPERS . . . . Euclid Central . SKIPPEHS . . . YVilloughby . . SKIPPERS , ..., Ashtabula , . , SKIPPERS , .... Uonneaut ,.,., . SKIPPERS ...... Ashtabula Harbol SKIPPRRS . . . . Paincsville . . . . , e'eSKII'l'1'lRS . . .Kent-Roosevelt SKIPPERS . ..,. Geneva . . . XSKIPPERS .... Painesville . Total Total Non League Games 43 l The Uncrowned Champs OIIR RECORD-Although we lost the Lake Shore League Championship to Painesville, we did win the N. E. O. basketball tournament. VVe won 9 league games and lost 3. "SHORTY" SARKKINEN-guard. Although "Shorty" played only a half year he was the keyman of the team--a consistent scorer as well as a reliable defensive star. "TEEVI" IVARY-guard. Last of the Ivary's in the basketball field- one of the highest scorers in the league-he was selected for the first team on the All-Lake Shore five-graduates in June. All the following players will be back next year and some will be back for two years. Our prediction is that they will have another team of championship calibre. "HYG" KORPI-forward. One of the steadiest players in the league- a good all-around player. "BROOKS" HILL-center-about the biggest man in the league-will be back next year and likely to develop into the league's leading scorer-made the second team on the All-Lake Shore as a guard. JOHN SUTCH-forward. This was his first. year out for basketball and he was soon up and among the regulars-a steady sco1'er. "FAT', TOIVONEN-forward. Another old reliable who saved many games by his dead-eye shots. "MEI.L" L1 TOMA--guard. "MEL" was to basketball what Bitsy Grant is to tennis, a very good long shot artist. "JOSIE" MOHNER-guard. Another good player to watch next year. "MILLER" KANGAS, GEORGE ADAMS and "ELLU" SAARI were used as reserves and they traveled with the tournament team. "RONNY" BLAKESLEE and "DONY" MACKEY were also used as reserves for the regulars during most of the season. The following players should be given credit as they played on the re- serves-"Sterl" Sippola, "Wild" Werbeach, "Zulu Cinke, "Auki" VVeimero, Jack Bartish, "Ettu" Kuivila, and Harrison Snyder. Mike Beseda, "Aggu', Mattinen, Milton Mackey, David Szuhay, and Allan Riipa served as managers. Last reports show that Beseda was leading Matti- nen .0001 of a point for the All-Lake Shore manager's berth. Following The Uncrownecl Champs FAIRPORT IS TOPPLED BY WICKLIFFE, 15-9 This was our first game of the season, and not being a league game, it didn,t mean very much but a practice session. The only outstanding player was VVicklift'e,s own "Fritz" VVollpert. who made 10 points. FAIRI'ORT'S SKIPPERS LAUNCH SHORE TITLE DEFENSE, DRUB MARINERS VVe surprised ourselves when we opened the league games by trouncing Harbor 30-18 in a home game. Ivary led the scoring by chalking up 9 points. FAIRPORT VVINS QND CONSECUTIVE SHORE TILT, VVHIPS VVILLOUGHBY, 3-11-14' Again our tall, rangy basketeers booked in a win. This game was really a walk-a-way. YVe led at the half 16-3. At the end of the 3rd quarter the score was 30 and 4-, in our "flavour,'. Suteh was high point man with 8 points. 4-4- HARDING SKIPPERS RALLY TO STOP MENTOR, 27-22 Our supposedly g1'een team stopped Mentor w'ith a rally when the score was deadlocked 16-16 at the end of the third quarter. Sarkkinen led the team with 8 points. - FAIRPORT YYINS ISRD CONSECUTIVE TILT BY DROPPING ASHTABULA, 21-13 1Ve took our 3rd league game of the season when we beat. City 24-13 in a home game. VVe led at the half, 10-3 and again at the end of the 3rd period 17-7. Ivary lcd the scoring with 3 fielders and 3 hookers. FOURTH CONSECITTIVE VICTORY GAINED BY FAIRPORTERS VVe traveled to Conneaut to gain a convincing victory -L1-17 over the Trojans. W'e led at the half 20-3. Sutch led the scoring with 11 points and Ivary was close behind with 9 points. FAIRPORT CAGERS CONTINUE TO REIGN SUPREME OVER PAINESVILLE 1Ve came through with a 32-2-I victory which gave us 5 league wins. The game was a see-saw affair until the final quarter when we swamped the Raiders and sailed unto victory. Sutch again led the scoring with 5 goals and 2 charity throws. GENEVA HANDS FAIRPORT 1ST DEFEAT, 25-18 VVe traveled to Geneva to receive our first set-back, 25-18. The game was played without the aid of "Shorty'6 Sarkkinen, who was in the game only one quarter. This was Shorty's last game. Hill topped the team with 5 points. MARINERS SCORE IIPSET OVER FAIRPORT, 26-2411 The classy Mariner team sent us home with our second league loss. After beginning to play their usual brand of ball, Harbor changed to rushing and the tables were turned. Hill was high scorer with 8 points. FAIRPORT BACK IN STRIDE, TOPPLES , WILLOUGHBY RANGERS, 35-21 After losing two consecutive contests we came back in the running by romping over Willoughby, 35-21. VVe held VVilloughby 25 to 8 at the half. Korpi led the scoring with 10 points. SKIPPERS UPSET ASHTABULA IN CLOSING BURST, 20,17 After a night of thrilling basketball we came home from City with a 20-17 win. The game being evenly matched with the score 17 all and 58 seconds to play, Toivonen made a free throw and Luoma made a goal, ending the game. Korpi topped the scoring with 9 points. TOIVONEN'S SHOTS IN TWO OVERTIMES ENABLE SKIPPERS TO WIN, 36-34 In a bitter battle with the Conneaut Trojans, having two overtime periods, We came through on the long end of a 36-34: score. Although Toivonen saved the game by his baskets in the two extra sessions, the whole team played well, with Toivonen, Korpi and Sutch making 8 points each. FAIRPORT IIUNIBLED BY HARVEY STARS, 41-25 Painesville took away our championship hopes when they beat us in a hotly contested scramble before a crowd of 2000 at Mentor. We led at the half and itil was anybody's game. Luoma kept us in the running by his excellent long s ots. 45 HENRY IYAHY IS STAR AS SKIPPEHS VPSET GENEVA EAGLES, 33 to 21 Our Henry Ivary, last of the Ivary clan, ended his league play by pacing our second-place Shippers to victory over the Geneva Eagles, 33-21. He tallied 11 points while Sutch and Hill made 7 points each. SKI1'1'ER'S RALLY H1'MBI,ES THOJANS, 38-26 Our first game in tournament play was with Conneaut. VVQ overcame the Trojan's big lead of 16-5 and then we went sailing smoothly throughout the rest of the game. Sutch led thc scoring with 12 points. SK1l'l'E11S VVHI1' HARl1OR1'1'l'1S, 32-22 Vve took our second game of the tourney by downing the carefree Mariners, which assured us a trip to Akron. Ivary led the scoring with 13 points, Korpi tailing with 8. FAIRPORT GAINS 5'I'H HONOR IN AS MANY YEARS VVe eliminated Ashtabula in the finals of the N. E. O. Tournalnent, 30-28. During the last part of the game it was a see-saw affair but we finally came through on the heavy end of a 30-28 score. Ivary led the scoring with 10 points. ELYRIA TOPS SKIPPERS IN AKRON EVENT, -111-241 Having won the Northeastern Ohio '1'ournament at Geneva, we advanced to the class A sectional tournament at Akron. Here we were eliminated in the first round of play by Elyria, -111-24. Season Record 'Skippers 9 VVickliffe , 15 Skippers 30 Harbor . , 18 Skippers 34 VVilloughby 141 'Skippers 27 Mentor . 22 Skippers 2-L Ashtabula 13 Skippers -1-1 Conneaut 17 Skippers 32 Painesville 2-1 Skippers 18 Geneva . 25 Skippers 241 Harbor . 26 Skippers 35 VVilloughby 21 Skippers 20 Ashtabula 17 Skippers 36 Conneaut , 34 Skippers 25 Painesville 41 Skippers 33 Geneva , , . 21 'l'Skippers 38 Conneaut . 26 'l'Skippers 32 Harbor A , 22 'l'Skippers 30 Ashtabula 28 'l'Skippers 24 Elyria . . . 41 512 25 "'Non-League Games 'l"I'ournament Play 46 Track Forecast "This years outlook doesn,t appear very brightf, says Coach Minister. "Although we have quite a few experienced men most of our point-getters and reserves have gone-leaving us with little hope of placing as high as last year." However, with the aid of his tive letter-men and the large group of new boys Minister hopes to be able to build up a stronger team than now appears pos- sible. The five letter-men, namely, Ronald Blakeslee, Eugene Kangas, Carl Lind- bergh, Arnold Saari, and Ernest YVerbeaeh will participate in the dashes, relays, half miles and hurdles, pole vaults, high and broad respectively. Besides these we- have Emery Bezzeg, Paul Dilgren, Francis Hill, Henry Ivarv Yvilbert Koski Jaek Loxterman Melvin Luoma Donald Mackev Louis , a 9 9 a , 9 Svlgel, and Raymond Toivonen-all veterans. Coach Minister also appears enthused over the group of newcomers, con- sisting of Jack Bartish, John Eller, Nick Gyure, Curtis Hall, John Tirpak, Paul Kraynik, and Oliver VViemero and we know that all of them will do their best to uphold Fairport's rating. SCHEDFLE OF TRACK EVENTS April 27 CHARDUN AND PERRY HOME May MENTOR RELAYS May GENEVA HOME May .XSlI'l'ABl'I.A HARBOII AWAY May VVIITIDUGHBY HOME May PAINESVILLE HOME May LAKE MEET May DIST It ICT MEET 47 'Pop Row, L4-ft to Right' Mildred Hilston, Thelma Taittonen, Ina Moisiiu, Ruth Kylmunen, Mrs. Hazel Farmer, Emily Montgomery, Aili Hakujarvi, Mildred Kuivila, Eva Mae Stung. Second llow, IA-ft to Rglilz Marjorie Runda, Ethel Sorvisto, Margaret Tobias, Alli Kamp- pinen, Mary Stevens, Ann Snhndosli, Evelyn Torre, llorthy Hietnen, ldlma Hokkanen. First Iiow, Left to lliprht' Ruth Mao Hilston, Eileen O'.lala, Gertrude Stevens, Miriam lluusku, Arlene Iiurvey, lirlitli liepisto, Helvio Llekuln, Ilclen Dukas, Mildred Hendrick- Still. L irl's lntramural Sports 'l'ln-re Hl'l'llll'll to he stiff competition and plenty of players in girls' sports this year, especially ill the Junior and Senior classes. In Yolle-vlmll, the Senior girls literally went to town hy defeating all op- posing tezuns, hut that is just us it should be. llc-emise of the supertlous nulnher of Juniors, two tennis had to he made n:nnely the Junior UU und the Junior O. Friendly rivalry was prevalent he- tween the two tennis hut oeesisionully the fur flew in ull directions. 'l'lu-re serum-cl to he :L quirk of fate in the decision for Clmmpionship. The .lunior OU tr-:un defeated the Seniors, and in turn was badly beaten hy the Jun- ior 0 tc-inn. The Seniors, retaliated und defeated the Junior O's thus making all three tennis ehmnpions with three games wo Sl'lNl0llS JVNIOR 0 .ll'Nl0R 00 SICNIUHS JVNIOR 0 .ll'Nl0lt 00 SUPHS SHNIOHS SICNIORS JUNIOR 0 Vs VS Vs V.S VS Vh VS VS VS Va 48 n and one lost. Freshman ll! Sophs. 2 Freshmen 10 Sophs 7 Freshmen 7 Sophs it Freshmen ll- Jllnior 00 I0 Junior 0 10 Junior 00 2 My Dream Boy lvould Have- Peter Kraynik's smile John Eller,s voice Henry Ivary's feet Ernie Vastyan's taste in dress Jack I.oxterman's brains Edwin I.asko's musical talent George Snyder's build lValter Sehlenker's politeness John Reho's modesty Harold VVoltT"s hair Emery Bezzeg's good nature Harold Moser's wit Arnold Mattinen's popularity Dick Sehaefl'er's eyes Edwin VVakkila's drawing talent. My Dream Girl VVould Have- Helvie Leikala's modesty Elma Hokkanenls figure Irene Beresh's eyes Mary Stevens' dancing ability Thelma Taittonen's taste in dress Edna Kontinen's hair Ruthie Kylmanen's smile Mary Goblowskyis pep Aili Hakojarvi's politeness Arlene I.urvey's athletic ability Emma's Bollas's quietness Emily Montgomery's eheerfulness Ina Moisio's usefulness Edith Taittonen's sweetness. W. S. BEAT THIS ONE! 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The school gets all the fame, The printer gets all the money The Staff gets all the blame. IT'S ALI. FOR FUN If here your name you find, And something dumb you've done, Just say, "Oh, never mind, Because it's just for fun." The Juniors a1'e the in-between class, The Sophs are afraid of them and the Seniors can't be bothered. Mrs. l'ateh fto English Classj-+"Tomorrow we shall take the life of Samuel Johnson. Please come prepared." BIG! J Henry Ivary: "Where are my shoes? I can't find them anywhere." Mrs. Ivary: "Here they are. Matt has his violin in one of them." LOST AND FOUND VVanted-A boy to be partly inside and partly outside the counter. Lost-An umbrella by a man with a bent rim and a bone handle. Lost-An overcoat by a gentleman lined with real fur. For Sale-A bed by a woman that folds up and looks like a piano. VVanted-A boy to take care of a horse of a religious turn of mind. What is the "Order of the Bath"? Pa first, then ma, then us kids, and then the hired girl. VVhat makes the western prairies so flat? VVell, I guess it must be because the sun sets on 'em every night. At a baseball game there was a young' lady and her escort. She had never seen a game before. "Isn't that pitcher ground?,' she said, "he hits their bats no matter how they hold them." VValter S.-"All great men are dying. I feel kinda' sick myself." Football Hero fSulo OJ-"No, mother, I didn't lose my teethg I have them right here in my handkerchief." 60 :Qu-a:s4:s1oaQo.9va:-v zoaqnio 4:v43o49o4qo4:v+qs4Qs4Qv4ms1qs4go4:v4Qoaqo4gv1v00v4D04Dv4Sb4Cv Congratulations to Class of '37 THE PAINESVILLE ELEVATOR CO. Painesville, Ohio 0' it ii Bi'-'B B in BITZER W 501410 l Complete Lubrication The Home Outfit Store V ATLAS Times AND BATTERIES M , 19 So. St. Clair Street A Johgs Bewme Painesville, Ohio ii tation ll Cor. New and East Streets Phone 837-J 1 : ::as-::- 1 Y:'eov 1 1' 'f' Y:--Dvcl i'11' i'11 fi' -I1 fii'0'11' iZ'f i i 'Z 'Z' 6 Stearns 8x Bell Q The . Educational Supply Beauty Studio ly Company U Phone 1339 -- l Main St. Painesville, Ohio 5 Painesville, Ohio in U ,,,.. e-We f Neyjte WASHING SODA AND WATER SOFTENER is MADE IN FAIRPORT 'lf rf -- A- of MAKES WASHING EASY, SAVES SOAP BUY IT AT YOUR GROCERS The Buckeye Soda Company Fairport Harbor, Ohio oaooaoacvakirosoanvanoaqvaqveasoqoonseqoeqnanoaqvaqnaasaqo4Qv1o4QnoQsaQvoQoe:o4qsoqv43s4Qn-41 61 can - --3.3, - -- -' --- '-' 'A' f'ff ' 4041101121 NAME Harold Moser Bert Halavacs Emily Montgomery Allan Silvi Allan Mackey Ina Moisio Joe Gergcly Michael Beseda John Biliary John Eller Allan I.iimakka Robert Esterhay Aino Kauppinen Mary Stevens Andrew Kamenar Julius Kish Bel't Horvath Martha Otto Steve Hogya Elmer O'Janpa VVilliam Peltoma Dorothy Straight Joe Gurley Joseph Adams Carl Heikkinen Jack Iioxterman Hazel Hackley Edwin Iiuoma Baune Ylhainen George Snyder Catherine Hambor Elizabeth Rcho Curtis Hall Emery Bessel Martin Hilston Thelma Taittonen Donald Lintala George Bauer Aili Hakojarvi Donald Toivoncn Richard Perala Edwin Wakkila Elma Hokkanen Emma Bollas Mary Goblowsky Ruth Kylmanen Anthony Magyar Raymond Nortunen Sulo Oinonen Jolm Reho Anthony Russo OUTLINE OF THE FUTURE Continued from Page 24. AMHITION Golf Pro. Baseball player Social worker Guitarist Big business man Nurse Electrical Engineer Chemical Engineer Chemical Engineer Traffic manager of commercial airport. ? P F P ? ? P ? Chemical Engineer Clurk Private secretary Chemical Engineer Hotel Manager Engineer Beautician Barber Expert, ? P P Chemical Engineer Conunercial Illustrator Embryologist nl-:si'1.'r IN 194-7 Still m0ochin'. Catching flies. Educating homeless goldfish. Deep-sea Diver in Hawaii. Flag pole sitter l'ndertakers assistant Casting nnmnnies in Egypt. Advisor to the Iiovesick. Author on "How to Grow Flowers on the I'Vall' large Singer at Sing Sing. XVashing dishes for his wife. Selling I.ove Birds to the tiailbirds. Notorious gun-woman Married to her boss. Growing "Depression Plants". Champion Monopoly player. In Bussia doing the "Rumba", Inventor of new haircut for bald men. Selling those big "pepperment sticks". Ambition fulfilled. Dying of obesity. Painting the "tom-toms" in Africa. Incubator specialist Office Boy at Richmond I"isheries. Chemist Bread line member Hiking Deisel Engineer A iv, gwan' Lawyer Beautician Dance instructor Draftsman Boxer Don't Know Bookkeeper Chemist Pool pro. Music Butcher at Tony's Civil Engineer Cartoonist Travel Mixing sundaes Home Ec. Teacher Kindergarten Teacher Football Coach Trucker Sailor Business man Marathon dancer G2 Second Tarzan in movies. Bull fighter. Eating from her hand. Still hiking between Fairport and Painesville. Manager of "Tom Thumb" golf course. Champion bicyclist. Reno divorce court lawyer. Skating instructor Seller of corn remover. Drawing checks all day long. Dodging the mistletoe. He made it ! Matron of old-maids home. Inventor of the tickless watch. Janitor in Painesville Bowling Alley. Learning to reach high E. Dog catcher. Seller of artificial snow in Andes. Champion cookie baker. Hitch hiker dc luxe. Teaching the Mexicans the Tango. Owner of home for monkeys. Insane asylum Still kicking. Selling milk to the monkeys in the Coconu Isles. Second Carnera. Fuller Brush man. Floorwalker at Toubrnans. I' asoioacvaaoagv 0151-in-1911, Y YYYYY , 4807- Y Y --- Y- Y- - - 1"-Y-1 - Best Wishes tio the Class of '37 BUCKEYE DAIRY CO. Distributors of Better Pasteurized Milk and Cream Phone 1457 Fairport Harbor, Olhio Es E E E E is is E E E E hi : ,,,: is s: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, PHONE szo-w GAS , T 52-:s,v,w.,-s:.:.s' N B c .,2:Q.:.f.,4.g 1-1 ED S BAKERY n D ILS ll The Best in Baked Goods IN . N TIRES, TUBES AND ACCESSORIES Wholesale - Refall M Newcomb Service ll . Cor. High and 7th Sta. Fairport N Corner East and Seventh Fairport,'Oh i ll0W60iili1fI' 211612, '1' 'i QI- .Il I I: Sli ,:Q l'i BOOKS STATIONERY U GIFTS OFFICE SUPPLIES TREAT YOURSELF T0 THE BEST ll at LlGHTNER'S N Boox STORE 9 TOYS GAMES Johnny Miroff's BARBER SHOP PICTURES N N 717 Plum St., Pail-port Harbor, Ohio GRE' ETING CARDS A E2 PAINESVILLE, OHIO iill ri ir Vi ll 'Ii ,i lil , I K 5 : . E 3 ua la E , . B 7 E QI 5 5 g I - 0 I Flax: :Ziyi Y lm 32 I Oscar Ruustein JEWELER F me Watches Diamonds, Clocks ' Jewelry and Silverware EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING 3 High Street Fairport, Ohio 4:o4QsaQv3n4:sqno-a:so:o4:s4:sa:oecoaCo4:o4Qs4:v4:so3o1 no-oasis-N.nv4QoaQo4qoa:saQo4:s 63 x 11 12 1 Q fix 4 f 9,1 .::x,x H. , 1. 4-D 1. '-b QQ. Q-5 'Q .sb dn. 4-5 .Qs QQ. 'Q' I .cs Q.. Z 1- 35 go uf? 1?-Z fm 'I 's SU? 22? lg: U23- agn- Sgsg, 2 za, 2 iw O 31 ep 1 Q1 aw, : 1 Q96 0 432 U via oi Wm' 50 'Q :H 5. ml 6.4 - 3 l ...O E - QI? g - 2 Q5 'E Q Jo io z Em 5 - I 93 ,,'Tf1 ' 2 U' .J qt-13.5 'E 3? 3 P 2 'ff ,E QC sf? ., m I2- ... ' EEF?-4 - I 2-'Ei 5? 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Kinnunen DENTIST 332 High Street Fairport, Ohio : :1 :z -:r 1:149a-:1:1 :1 :1 inioohvegs-:o4Qu4apo1: 4:vA:A ::: qnozzzac-.Qu 1:1 1:1 1:1 1:4 an Compliments of Julius Bartish THE MODERN METHOD OF SHOE REBUILDING FOR MODERN PEOPLE Also Repairs and Parts For All Makes ot Washing Machines Phone l lZ9 Fairport, Ohio 11 :iii 1l0ib4l14ii1F4QV0i414l41biil41bliilibiildl 60 'E' :pax Y' +10 qqpqgpqgvqgp, Y Y 'Y' 'Y'a9vaqvY'---A 'Y Y Y 4gp4g.4g. 'Y' 'Y' 'Y' 'Y 41,9 Y Y Y Y' CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISI-IES from TAITTONENS' RESTAURANT Phone 819-W 336 High Street can Y'4co'Y' Y YYYYY ' 'Y' 'Y Y Y' oQv'Y' 'Y' 'Y 'Y' 'Y' 'Y' 'Y' Y' 'Y ' 'Y' Y' Y Y Y ,,,,, .-,...-Y Y ,Y ,,,, Y W Y ..,oov,-,,- ,elve- BEST WISHES TO TI-IE CLASS OF '37 U-Need-Us Coal 8z Chemical Co. "QUALITY FIRST" Home of B-LINE PRODUCTS AND TESTED COALS Phone IOOO ZI6 Mothews Street .ihoalioiagoisqgnonnaqvonoegraqvvezisegvogo naruto-ocooqooqnoqvaasezsozo caoegoaasons ozvonoaiacv Compliments of Potti Funeral Service 538 Fifth Street Fairport, Ohio 49v40v4Qo4Qu40s41:oasv4Qn:oa:s4ao4:so:o1vanv4cs4:v4Qv4:oo14Qv4aoosvocoaasonoaqoegoivanvoooacr Parkway Service Station NYLE sci-IUSTER, Prop. GAS OIL A COMPLETE LINE OF EN-AR'CO ROSE PRODUCTS HARBOR CAB SERVICE Corner 3rd and Eagle anvagvqqvqsvzsunoaconaoeooago:anoa3auoacs4nv4qv4qv4Qv.ipomoaqo4nvo:vson40vonv4au4aoasvaQv:: 66 iiq a3s'7 can 7 7 ago 7 '-A4qu'7 .9"7 abs 7 Q1 7' 7'1sl414Qnocs11s11b1v1-1103019 CONGRATULATIONS, HARDING SENIORS The management and the personnel of the Grant Company wish you success and happiness as you graduate. As the years pass by, may acquaintances and friendships gained, be strengthened. Gail G. Grant Inc. PAINESVILLE Y,-nav, 7,191,411 Y, Y, '7..4Qr1'1nu': -aes : r: :- 7 '7 7 Compliments of Einstein Laboratory BRAINSTEIN LINTALA PICKLESTEIN GURALY EINSTEIN HILSTON DONKLESTEIN KAMENAR FINKLESTEIN BESEDA MENDLESTEIN REHO Mount Richmond Ram Island, Ohio Compliments of Dr. J. M. Bell DENTIST Lawrence Block Fairport, Ohio acvarvagsaaoanvaasonsasoqoazsegsisaasassansac,1s4gs4nv1uaQs1s4no-saaso-Qsasoa-sa-in I Kintner, The Jeweler DIAMONDS, WATCHES CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, JEWELRY Painesville, Ohio I Phone II6-J I75 Mom sf. 1 67 G+ '7' 7' :sean '7' Y, 2111319143 nqsivioisatv-'Qu oQsiv1o1s3o1a214i1voQuZc2oQs1oa:a1 olnilivatvctvzoxlaznio asviiuacoaqoegoxsaiazasuaauzocoaqo :seq-eun1uoveQoaqoano41onsaQv1:1aqv1v asians: : Yeas ,Y ,:acv,Y ,Y,, 1 i 7 our 'W' tv Y '-' '-' --' --Y V-Y - -V Y ,Y YYY Y,4osY Y ,Yivqo Y Y can Compliments of L. E. Patch Insurance Agency All Lines of Insurance and Surety Bonds Y Y Y-A..4Q:Y Y4coY Y'aQo14Qveq--:Q COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. T. I'I. Riley cor. Third at High sf. A Fairport, Ohio ,Y Y-. Y, Y Y Y ,Y, Y ,Y ,Y canon gg. CONGRATULATIONS 'i' i' 4131: '1' 'i' 'i 1 ,: initio To the Class of 1937. May Your School Life Expand Into a Happy and Successful Career. School Organizations N SELL i Clark 8: Searl Candy Phone 540-529 Sterling Ave. Painesville 68 PELATS ioaqvaiioioavaboioistinqviivaiago-ui no TERMS CASH X-RAY SERVICE COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. J. W. Golding O 134 Main Street N' Painesville, Ohio Phone 132 I I aqoacooqoayacvaosonvosswouaaoaqueqvansangacsggaaso 5' ll Il ll ll :f annex 3: l l l l l l I il l L :voor-'43-'Y'-'f '-7 7 "Y"' 7 .natorvazv 7,4091 Y, or ,,, can-abr Y, Qtr: Y, Y W, Y, QQ' Y, 0241- apiuecoocucsvoqsioozvazo George W. Alvord Thomas H. Blakely Elbert F. Blakely Ralph M. Ostrander Alyord, Blakely 5' Qstrander Y Y Y, Y ,,, Y oc- ,,.-.eco ,ocv,,, Y Y, Y-14171 --- E17-V The Bread And Butter Food Shop "OUR STORE IS THE GOOD HOUSEKEEPER'S PANTRY" 427 EGQIS Street Fairport Harbor, Ohio Phone 2004 acsfnsono-was4cvo:oonsoQn4:va:naq-aqvaqvcnva14-oQnoQnoQveQn-esuqov-ssvonuqvossaavosn-ss, Compliments Of I-larry T. Nolan 4-8 Cleveland Trust Bldg. PAINESVILLE, OHIO Compliments of X Root McMillan COAL - BRICK - TILE -- ELUE LINING - LIME' ' 1' I -E CEMENT - PLASTER - SEWER PIPE H: MORTAR COLORS Liberty Street Phone I67 Painesville, Ohio leboaquiepvaqn-can stvuioqsaavsboaiaqs-v0r4Qo41o34:v4Qv4:s osooiobvaqstratootvohssiuisto 69 Y ,-.oQv,,, Y -sziasoctvai Y, -. - Y, onvarv ,-. 4:0 Y, :aan ,,, otooioaontvornaionvaqvoqsaxncvoooaanoenoaavonvoavaqvoqo Qtr ivazvsacoiagoaioizviooavirioanvivc gpggpgpqqgqgpqqpqgvagoqnagvqqvaproqvacvacv :oil 1411ans419iivlaaooioieziooilzzaxaiagviosllagoacoiioi Compliments Pennsylvania and Lake Erie Dock Company ivicqvlioecoosrivecnioieiioomvsxv enoaxvaaveqvivsoosrvezuaaocbvivnbvacvoictvaqvabu DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS SUNDRIES GERSENY'S PHARMACY 322 High Street Toilet Articles SODAS SUNDAES PHONE 2223 The Fairport Service Station A. E. LADVALA, MGR. MOBILGAS AND MOBILOIL FIRESTONE TIRES WILLARD BATTERIES IGNITION SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION Phone 673-J East at 7th St. Fairport Harbor, Ohio azasraqvsboivclogvivaqvebvaqvtraiebvasn aiscuacvir-ocnazaqv-azvanuaavsxaquinail 70 insult! Qrlirziucqrzacoisiiaxaqvivzviivsasviii fi' !! ii 4 w I 1, :usecs I O I l l 4 I 9 ii 9 use : :,aQ.,-, Y Y ,,, ,-. .-. ,,, -aooanvacoamsonvacvocvao-savouresvqo40vQwa:o4:o4:vocvo1o:nq24:v4:s4coo14:v4noassa:s4Qv4cvo:uoqu -xocoaqvoavonracviats 1:1 ':' ,: oc,-oQoif,:,aQv1-'T ocv4Qo"' 7 41aQooQn-ioozoaboabvaioiahvcqa-3 Compliments of The Citizens Savings Sz Loan Co. FAH-:PORT -:- PAINESVILLE f 'f' f f4a.'A - f f-'new-is-'A' T T ' f ' ' ,iz 1' aaoaqvaqvabvarvazvaa 400010 U U U For Twenty-one Years Fairport's Dependable ii Haberdasher BAKER AND CROCER N ll Q Phone 845 H Max Chalfln 440 New St. Fairport, Ohio 202 Third St, F8il'P'-'ff ii 7 S. State St. Painesville i Q9i Q9lQW'l50Q Q,'iQ0L.D4.i'ii'1i 'i,,1lQC ' ii N Compliments of Furniture Co WN ' M Rogat Hardware Co. cc - as M C0mPlete Home Outhtters M HARDWARE REFRIGERATORS CONVENIENT TERMS U ,PAINTS STOVES ii ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Phone 1183 Fairport, Ohio U 328 High street High Street Fairport, Ohio U ezoaqvasvosoezsaqaxcnsoixvscoozaqvoaoocvaovozvocoivoquabvacoiascrubs-oQv1ooQoa14:v4:o4:ooQva:vq mg, W .jr if :ix 3 " 1 , 1101! W ' QVSTT 1.-v - 9 AUGGIES' WAVE SHOPPE ALL BRANCHES OF BEAUTY CULTURE Mm PERMANENT WAVING Lawrence Block Phone 905 Fairport, Ohio 71 'lltszonnegnans-a141411141a:o1vans 1 -' W -- 1 1 '--'--' cv 1 A--aaofoo 1 1 -' BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1937 Diamond Alkali Company FAIRPORT HARBOR, OHIO 1: 11' 1: ,1 ,1 '1 .1,4oo40v1 ,1 1 1 1 1 ,1, 1 canoes.: COMPLIMENTS OF 499 RGNC, 9 , 'S' l 1 " s . Standard Portland Cement PLANT, PAINESVILLE, OHIO A-- -- -- -4oo,1 v-. 1 .-. .-.4Qvoov,1, ,1 ,1 .- .-. 1 1 1 ,1,-or' 1, 1, ,1,4Qs 72 one-'Qs4QsanveQvou:ss:scQv1m:voQo-unvoQa-aQvoQv-a2aav43c14avcQvc141anoasviratotulfs COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES PLEASING PHOTOGRAPHS Newman Studio 1706 Euclid Ave. CLEVELAND, OHIO :"Gai1 G. Gl'ZlIlt,S on Saturday o:v1soaunu41v:4:vaQv4:vacu1:ss:v411sv4Qv41v4Qv1:raQv434Qv11aavsbvoiivabooqv T3 Y o i N N M l 9 I 0 U A ni 0 I O P 2 1 ivlaicqvsrostraiornaqvegvxvaruiaqvioab axis-iosqvoqvaasaqveloizogfonoaqvano 42 oioilloioloibliabvaioCv1bo1v1oa1o1o1ba2ivv1baIvoIvQIb-1v0Do1c1b41t:QIO The demand for Spencerian-trained students is greater than the supply. Become a successful ---- PRIVATE SECRETARY BOOKKEEPER ACCOUNTANT JUNIOR EXECUTIVE STENOGRAPHER CSHORTLAND OR STENOTYPYD EXECUTIVE SECRETARY SALESMAN AIR CONDITIONING WORKER Easy Method of Financing Tuxtxon--Day and Evening Classes College Degree Courses SPENCERIAN COLLEGE 3201 Euclid Avenue HEndern0n 3200 Compliments of FORD W. ANDRUS GENERAL INSURANCE Surety Bonds Painesville Fairport 1v421o1v:ic241oo1vo1vs1va1vo1ooi,7 oh aQv,7 aQo4:o,7 1027, 7 7 7, 7,aQv Compliments of G. W. Bonshor Co. GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances Phone 393 219 High Street Edward Isackila, Mgr. Fairport, Ohio agrabviatvahvatvaqrot1:v424QvaQoa1oQva110v40v43140oaQv42i4140o4Qo4QvaQvl43aQv Sunshine Dairy Company Where Fresh Dairy Products Are Assured B. Hulsman, President A. N. Sorvisto, Broker stanza aiecvaaoio-iuaqrsnu obvisozrotvqi-1414301-sions aqoirazolaiaqoioirioabvaco 74 'I' 1:43. 41, isizi-114141411 :nail Q03:,4tv 4uo414:o4i4Qo4Qv4Qv4Qo40v4Qv1v4:u4Qv49a-4Qv nv414:v1ri4sv4cv4:u4su4nr4:v4so 4su4Qv4oo4sv4i34cv414cv4sv u4mu411v4qv 1s4:a4Qv140o4:o4Qo4Qv4Qv4Qo4Qv4Qs 1v40o4Co4Qv4:o4Qv4Cv WARNER'S MARKET QUALITY - SERVICE - SATISFACTION Painesville and Fairport 4qsl4qsiv41-uqo-1v424qo4:v4:v1o414:o4:s42424qv4:o34i4Qo1v4:v41u4Qv4:o40o4Qo4:o414ao The Union Sand and Supply Corp. Coal and Builders Supplies Johnnycake Ridge Painesville, Ohio Compliments of First National Bank in Painesville Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 4Cu:Ir414tv49v1virir4142iv i4:v424Qu4sn-1Qn14Qv4Qs24tv1v14qn414:n Wolff lce 8: Coal Co. For Good Coal and Service Tel. 1999 Office 517 5th St. ...T ............... Compliments of Wallace Court Painesville, Ohio Compliments of The Lake Shore Lumber and Coal Co. Painesville - Willoughby 1111141 11 414: 424142141421 4i4Qv4uv414Cv-1v4Qv4bn4tr4:o4oo4Qs41 4Qv414Qviv4Qo4Qv41l!! I I U U 9 U U I! U 'I' Olvillv IQ- 41 9411103121-alalaioioiiotraioakoili ear:-navo:ooqu41a211 The Kelly Island Lime 8: Transport Co. Fairport Harbor, Ohio Ph. 383 Office 8: Yard north end of Diamond Alkali Stone Dock quo:01331142113-izuapazioioxzsgvaw-aaaexzxvzcrqsvaqvegul. Patrons Eliiah H. Brown Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Williams Geo. Daly Frances Pierre Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Greig Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rood D. E. Carman Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boley Ruth Hietnen Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Babson Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Minister Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dunning Eva Dann Eileen Langsfaff Charlotte Patenaude Mildred Sippola Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lynham Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Winchell Hazel Rugg Esther Ward Catherine O'Brien Laina Somppi E. 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