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

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PW' UE, I-IARBGR LIGHT Ca do 5 E O .C U U1 .C .9 I or .E 'U 6 I 4- L O O. .': U u. ' C-3 T jf ,, N , 0 2 Y Z A 4 K X ,gf X Mfr ,', C , f 4, . iff f X 41: PUBLISHED BySEN,0R5 , ' ' ,ZX in- f I Q HARDmG H16 H FXKBQN N1 -Q - C 'J jf , " A-n eu kk VOLUMEXYIH HXQXJ DP Foreword When the l-larbor Light Board met for the first time in l943, it was con- fronted with many problems brought on by the war. With Uncle Sam telling us to conserve, and with shortages in film, paper, and labor staring us in the face, the publish- ing of the l944 l-larbor Light looked doubtful. However, the l-larbor Light Board, having done its best to overcome these difficulties, has again come through. And it is with great pride that we submit this book to you, the public, with our sincerest wish that it will meet with your approval. The Harbor Light Board. MISS DOROTHY ANN REESE Dedication To you, Miss Reese, this annual is affection- ately dedicated. During the two years you have been with us, your winning personality and your eagerness to help has made you a friend of all. May you teach at Harding High School for many years to come so that others may enjoy your charming compan- ionship and kind friendship just as we have. 5 Acknowledgment The staff at the Harbor Light of i944 extends its hearty thanks to Mr. C. P. Williams for his expert guidance, Miss Hazel Rugg for her proof-reading, Mr. George F. Daly and Mr. Albert Moore, sports, and Jean Armstrong, Dorothy Rego, James Galm, and Ed Bihary for their contributions. 6 Class P09111 THE WAYFARER The woyfarer, Perceiving the pathway to truth Was struck with astonishment. It was thickly grown with weeds. "Ha," he said, "l see that none has passed here "In a long time." Later he saw that each weed Was a singular knife. "Well," he mumbled at last, 'ADoubtless there are other roads." -Stephen Crane. Class Colors Scarlet and Gray Class Motto Tis not the sunset, but the dawn. 7 ' T1 .-L Blue Stars Of The Senior Class l As the United States entered its third year of war, men all over the nation volunteered their services to their homeland. Everywhere boys have traded in their books and pencils for uniforms and fighting equipment, They realized that their country needed them in this great emergency. From the senior class, we are proud to say, there are five such boys who are now in the ever-growing forces of Uncle Sam. At mid-term several other members of the class of '44 left to join the service of their choice. Undoubtedly, the remaining seniors will be in the service of their country by this summer. We pause to pay tribute to all the boys in the service and especially to our five classmates. These are the ones who gave up their education so that democracy might live eternally. We honor these boys by dedicating this page to them. Joseph Stazzone . . . .... U. S. Navy Steve Fedak ...,. . . U. S. Navy John Sivula . , . ........ U. S. Navy William Kelley H. ...U. S. Marine Corps Delbert Pohto . . ...,.. U. S ,Army 8 Harbor Light Board Editor . Sports Editor .. Artist... Business Manager Typist . , . . . . Typist . . . . . . .., William Oris . . . .Andy Ritek . . . .Don Hall . . ,Esther Pesho . . , Linda Pohto . .. Mary Lou Kiikko Faculty Piiviser Mr. C. P. VVTl-liorns 1...j Class History By Jean Armstrong l938lll Yes, that was the year we, as greenies, crossed the threshold of dear old Harding High. Smart, sophisticated, brilliant children we were -Ah, yes- What fun we had rushing around trying to act like the highly admired seniors, but definitely not succeeding. lt was a new and busy year for us all, and we certainly enjoyed it. During the eighth grade our days passed more smoothly, and we dropped out pet name Cgreeniesl. We were now looking forward to our freshman year when we could go to the "spring hops." When the freshman year finally rolled around, we were all there waiting with open arms las one might say? to "take it all in." We made out our schedules for the coming year, joined clubs, and really began to take part in the school's activities. At the "spring hop" we had a grand time dancing to the strains of an orchestra or a juke box. l'm sure nearly all of us sen- iors remember who was our big moment at our first dance. The sophomore year was the year of study and really digging in. lt wasn't really boring, but most of us were looking ahead for bigger things. As juniors we began the year by selling refreshments at the football games to finance the Junior and Senior Prom, which was held at the Madi- son Country Club. Although the prom wasn't until May, we were planning and dreaming about it at the beginning of the school term. Soft lights, soft music, the swishing of beautiful gowns, dancing with your favorite-that is something everyone of us will always remember as the years come and go. Our senior year was very eventful with graduation rings and pictures, the Harbor Light, dances, picnics, and the prom. At the beginning of the school term five of our classmates left to join the Armed Forces: Johnny Sivula, "Star" Stazzone, Delbert Pohto, "Pete" Fedak, and Bill Kelley. As graduation closes another chapter in our lives, we enter into a world of dif- ferent environment and many opportunities, each of us with a chance of making his life what he wants it to be. IO Bmw! f T2 ,E - : KE? UF 5TUDy 0 E IOR SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS First Semester President ,.... .,.. W illiam Oris Vice President A . . ,.,,.. Andy Ritek Secretary-treasurer . . . Jean Armstrong Second Semester President .,... ,,,. W illiam Oris Vice President , E. Richard Bowen Sec retary-treasurer ...,. ..,.,,r, L inda Pohto Faculty Advisers Mr. C. P. Williams Mrs. l.. E. Patch 12 Linda Pohto LINDA "How Sweet You Are'l Choral Club 2-3-45 Intramurals 45 Scholarship Club I-2-3-45 Kodak Club I-25 Home Room Officer I- 2-45 Girl Reserves I-2-3-4: Kent Scholarship Team 35 Bond I-2-3-45 Student Council 2-35 Harbor Light Board5 Yankee Clipper Typist 45 Junior Red Cross 3. Doris Kanyuh DORRIE "Put Your Arms Around Me" Choral Club 2-3-45 Girl Reserves 35 Nature Club I5 Junior Red Cross 3. lrene Van Jura RENE "Heaven Can Wait" Choral Club 2-3-45 Pep Club 3-45 Girl Reserves I-2-3-45 Cheer Leader 3-45 Intramurals I-2-3-4. George Marshall MARSHY "Take It Easy" Choral Club 45 Track 3-45 Intra- murals I5 Scholarship Club I-2-35 Kodak Club I5 Home Room Offi- cer 2-35 Football 2-3-45 Basketball I-2-3-45 Kent Scholarship Team 2-35 Band 'I5 Round Table 35 Na- tional Athletic Honor Society. Eleanor Sabolik ELGIE "Cuddle Up A Little Closer" Intramurals I5 Pep Club I5 Home Room Officer I5 Girl Reserves I- 2-45 Drum Maiorette I-2-3-45 Stu- dent Council I. Richard Bowen Peewee "Tweedle-0-Twill" Dramatics5 Choral Club 2-3-45 Band 45 Orchestra 3-45 Round Table 35 Pep Club I5 Yankee Clipper Member 45 Home Room Officer 25 Student Council 2. Clayton Leathers wAcKeR "CIose To You" Dramatics 25 Intramurals I-25 Scholarship Club I-2-35 Kodak Club 25 Home Room Officer 25 Junior Class Play Member 25 Nature Club 35 Kent Scholarship Team I-35 Athletic Board I5 Student Council 25 Round Table 35 Yankee Clipper Editor 3-45 Visual Aid Service I-2- 3-45 School Chairman 35 Vice- Chairman I5 Chapel Board I-2-35 Buckeye Boys' State 35 Student An- nouncer for Football Games 3-4. Eleanor l-logya ELLIE "Star Eyes" Choral Club 2: Intramurals I-2-3- 45 Girl Reserves 35 Nature Club 25 Yankee Clipper Member 45 Junior Red Cross 3. Jean Armstrong JEANIE "My Buddy" Scholarship Club I-2-35 Home Room Officer I-25 Girl Reserves I-2-3-45 Class Officer 3-45 Band I-2-3-45 Orchestra I-2-35 Junior Red, Cross 35 Intramurals I-2-3. I James Gaim JIMMY "Jimmy Boy" Intramurals I-2-3-45 Football I- 2-3. William Oris BILL "Memories" Dramatics 25 Scholarship Club l-2- 3-45 Home Room Officer l-45 Na- ture Club I-2-35 Kent Scholarship Team l-2-3-45 Class Officer 3-45 Harbor Light Board5 Visual Aid Ser- vice l-2-3-45 Buckeye Boys' State 35 Student Council l. Mary Elszasz MARY "Oh, Johnny" Choral Club 2-3-45 Girl Reserves l-2-3-45 Junior Red Cross 3. Mary Lou Kiikka PINKY "You'Il Never Know" Intramurals 2-3-45 Scholarship Club 3-45 Home Room Officer 45 Girl Reserves l-2-3-4' Harbor Li ht , 9 Board5 Junior Red Cross 35 Yankee Clipper Typist 4. Ruth Moser MOSEY "Pistol Packing Mamma" Choral Club 3-45 Girl Reserves 45 Nature Club 25 Junior Red Cross 3. Edward Bihary BALDY "Night and Day" lntamurals l-2-35 Home Room Of- ficer l-2-35 Athletic Board 25 Stu- dent Council 2-3' Yankee Cli er , DD Member 45 Business Manager I-2- 3. Marilyn Mackey MAC "Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me" Intramurals l-2-3-45 Girl Reserves 2-3-45 Band 'l-2-3-45 Orchestra 3-45 Yankee Clipper Member 45 Junior Red Cross 3. Andrew Ritek ANDY "Maryland, My Maryland" Track 2-3-45 Intramurals l-2-3-45 Home Room Officer 2-3-45 Class Officer 3-45 Football l-2-3-45 Bas- ketball Manager 25 Harbor Light Board5 National Athletic Honor So- ciety5 Yankee Clipper Staff 3-4. Don Hall DONNIE "Little You Know" Football Manager I5 Dramatics5 Choral Club 2-3-45 Scholarship Club l5 Kodak Club 2-35 Intramurals l-45 Football I5 Home Room Offi- cer l-45 Harbor Light Board5 Round Table 35 Yankee Clipper Member 45 Pep Club l. Esther Pesho PRETZEL "lt Can't Be Wrong" Choral Club 2-3-45 Intramurals l- 2-3-45 Scholarship Club l-2-35 Home Room Officer 3-45 Class Of- ficer 35 Girl Reserves l-2-3-45 Kent Scholarship Team l-2-3-45 Harbor Light Board5 Athletic Association 45 Yankee Clipper Member 4. Myrtlann Knuttinen MYRT "When The Lights Go On Again" Intramurals l-2-35 Home Room Of- ficer 2-45 Girl Reserves l-25 Nature Club 35 Band l-2-3-45 Student Council 25 Kodak Club 15 Drum Maiorette 4. Adrian Luoma's "waves" to Lake Erie. Marilyn Mackey's temper to Carol Keto. George Marshall's "way with girls" to Nick Moroz. Evelyn Mohner's "morning after club meeting" look to Jomarie lsackila. Ruth Moser's jolliness to Ethel Balogh. William Oris's meat market to all those people who can't manage to live on lo points a week. Esther Pesho's brain to The Smithsonian Institute. Linda Pohto's ability at taking "dictation" to Grace Esterhay. Dorothy Rego's ability to impersonate Carmen Miranda to all first year rhumba students. Andy Ritek's track shoes to James Greig. Elsie Saari's zoot suit to a "square from Delaware." Eleanor Sabolik's drum majorette uniform to Irene Rego. Olga Saluk's "K. O." punch to Aino Mackey. Shirley Sholtis's bleaching bottle to Laverne Kauttianen. Charles Siegwarth's "insulated body" to some 'ilive wire." Mary Troha's long golden hair to Goldilocks. Irene Van Jura's dancing ability to Shirley Kelley. Yolanda Vegso to Bob Lee. Ray Volanski's week end visits to Cleveland to James Quella. Toivo Werronen's electrical experiments in physics to anyone who needs some "spark". Viola Wiemero's quiet l?D lite to Ruth Petter. Marion Wood's generosity with typing paper to all those pinch-pennies in the typing classes. l9 ldeal Senior Edith Aho's ,.... Jean Armstrong's Betty Beresh's . . . Mary Elsgasz's .. Eleanor Hogya's . Norma Holson's . Mary Lou Kiikka's Myrtlann Knuttine Marilyn Mackey's Esther Pesho's . . . Linda Pohto's . . . Irene Van Jura's . Yolanda Vegso's . n's HAS ldeal Senior Richard Bowen's . Donald l'lall's .. Alan Hilberg's Henry Hilston's . George Korpi's .. Clayton Leathers's Adrian Luoma's . . George Marshall's William Oris's .. Andy Ritek'S . . . Ray Volanski's . . . HAS 20 Girl .Artistic Ability .........Teeth Taste in clothes .......Moclesty .......l-lair . . .Personality . . ,Good Nature .......Wit ..,.....Figure .Athletic Ability .........Smile .Dancing Ability .Musical Ability R.O.H. Boy .Wit .Artistic Ability .......Smile . . . . .Modesty . . . .Complexion ,.........Eyes .Dancing Ability . . . . . .Physique .......Hair . . . . .Personality Taste in Clothes P.K.P. WILLIAM AHONEN FRANK BIRAK ROBERT BOYER DON CLEARY ROBERT FAZEKAS PETER FETCHKO JOHN GETZY JAMES GREIG DAVID HAKOJARVI CHARLES HILL ROBERT JUZNA NED KLUMPH DON KOSKI PAUL KRIIKKU STEVE KOVACS STANLEY LEATHERS DON MCKEEVER JESSE MACKEY ROBERT OROSZ BENNY ORIS JUNIOR CLASS MERTON POI-ITO JOE PRECKLER JAMES QUELLA GEORGE RASMUSSEN RICHARD ROBERTS VOM RUSNAK RUSSELL STEINBACK MAYNARD TANTRE ROBERT TUURI ELMER VASTYAN JOSEPHINE BAJC ETHEL BALOGH JEAN BURCI-I SHIRLEY BURKHART GRACE ESTERHAY MARY GASPER MARGARET GURLEY JEANNETTE HILBERG EDITH HILSTON NELLIE HOLM SHIRLEY KELLY CAROL KETO HELEN KISH DORIS KLEIN JULIA LUNKA RUTH PEFFER DORIS POHTO ALBERTA STURRI JEANNETTE SUTCH IDA SZUHAY PHYLLIS TOPPARI IRENE WAYNER DOROTHY WILLIS 'I2-B TOM CRAMER EMERY CURTISS ROBERT LEE ELMER TUOKKOLA LAURA PELTOMAA JOAN KATILA JOY YOUPPI OFFICERS President . . .Stanley Leathers Vice President .Jeannette Hilberg Sec.-Treas. .S.. I . I , . . Grace Esterhay Business Manager James Quella Faculty Advisers Miss Dorothy Ann Reese Miss Emma Pteifer 21 B 1943 +o19l'l"f Sie? YA W CM N91 DEQ. f 0 Lp ff Q Wifw ow! E if V., 1 :AH ,X ' FooTBnu wPAT5 C0oKlN'? SLSPRR A TEAM EEK JAN. E52 NARCH APEII 1 , oud ,PE ? 4f , ,Aff Puvgzsfb P ,f 'R A I Hdfmwfxmovrm A xl X H154 'C B ljl??3ALL LEAP I Yfgpwimw M TRQCK! 5 A5 D iglffff- Blwvnwl Gmmszdgli M3 MAY Juni Ju Ly A161-LSI' L We ' ' 51: lx . mg 73 X GHV GH1 P59-LR-M' IMI- ' LIFEAT EASE WHAT D0 Vw DO 'N TH INFAhrrR7?f 1Qxff1,,y,,,' E Harding High Faculty R. A. Greig . E. H. Brown Carl P. Williams Earl Lynham Einar Helstrom . Albert Moore Boys' P. C. Winters . , . William Winchell G. F. Daly Lucinda Patch Aili Hakojarvi Dorothy Ann Reese . Edna Dean , Emma Pfeiter ,. Martha Lipsanen Mary Fohl . . Hazel Rugg , Evangeline Dann , Supt. ot Schools ,. . . , . Principal Commercial, History, Government . . , English, Geography . . . Instrumental Music Physical Education, Basketball, Track ,.,.Shop Mathematics , Science, English, Football Coach English, Civics, Geography Home Economics, Biology . ....,..,. Commercial . , Music Supervisor . , .History, Latin , . , . History, English Science, Girls' Physical Education , . , . , English, Librarian Nurse 23 Seniors In Verse DON HALL Oh, Donald Hall, Oh Donald, near Esther's locker You would always stall. EVELYN MOHNER This cheery girl with smile so gay Comes up from Independence Way. She works at WooIworth's Five and Ten, And sells an item now and then. IRENE LASZLO Irene Laszlo is her name. Her wittiness will bring her fame. She makes you laugh until you cry, She'll keep you laughing 'till you die. MARION WOOD She is blond, she is fair And for tars has a flair At present her heart throb is Bill His motto right now is "We will" But after the war he'll forget every ill And they'll make a most nautical pair ADRIAN LUOMA Our Adrian now is a sailor boy And his boat is no longer a toy, He'Il make good, so he says, and not look at a girl Until he's an admiral. LILLIAN HORVATH She dances along so gay In a world all bright and pretty. You know it would pay If all girls were as nice as our Yiddy. ELEANOR HOGYA Gentlemen, so they say, Will prefer a blonde any day But here's a dark gal Who's a fine little pal If you don't believe it, ask WackerL MYRTLANN KN UTTI NEN She says she wants to be a nurse, She's pretty, she's blonde, she's neat, When she stops by each cot no soldier curse For they know 'twill be a real treat. LINDA POHTO We can't imagine BilI's crooning But he isn't so bad in a pinch "Lindy Lou, I love you," he is moaning Just before he goes into that clinch. will 24 ELEANOR SABOLIK Eleanor loves to hear Frankie croon, So far, she hasn't fainted, Each night before the radio she'll moon, She claims he's not the fool he's painted. TOMMY HAKLI The fat ones, the lean ones, The blonde ones with curls, I loved 'em and left 'em- The poor, little girlsL ci-IARLES SIEGWARTH My name is Chaz, And when I paz The ball upon the court, The fans scream, The other team ls several points short. ELSIE SAARI With hair so blond and eyes so blue, She led our cheers the whole year through. At dancing she cuts quite a rug, For she is quite a jitterbug. RICHARD BOWEN He may be small, but still and all Upon him many burdens fall, In acting he has lots of talent, In any part-if meek or gallant. JAMES GALM In school he is quite a student And to any class a boon, And you will find him on the gridiron, An honor to white and maroon. OLGA SALUK The name she signs is Olga, She's from America, not the Volga. She's not easily riled, She's quiet and mild. Olga's modest, she's not vulgar. MARY ELSZASZ She works at the show As you ought to know, ' For she'll usher you right to your seat. She has a voice that is mellow, So watch out, young fellow, She'll sweep you right off of your feet. JEAN ARMSTRONG We know a girl named Jean, Who's pretty and tall and serene, She might love a soldier, perhaps a marine? But it's a sailor called Buddy, we hear. EDWARD BIHARY Our senior pal whose name is Eddy, Has a smile that's always right and ready. Although he seems to have no worry, He's often in a rush and hurry. In a rush he comes, he goes, Why he hurries, no one knows. EDWARD PALKO He likes to sing, he likes to dance He'Il always find time for romance, And how he speeds around that court For in basketball he's quite a sport. GEORGE KORPI ' He used to be shy, That passed off by and by. With a girl on each knee Nonchalant he will be, For he's really a wolf now you see. CLAYTON LEATHERS He wants to work for Uncle Sam To Iam the Japs and make them scram, So, Eleanor, he will Hogya tight Then fly away into the night. MARY TROHA Never will our Mary Troha fit, and be contrary. If you want to know a bit About Sports, Ask Mary. YOLANDA VEGSO Bright as a dollar, cute as a panda That's our Yolanda, She's as busy as a bee But there's always time for Lee. MARILYN MACKEY She cares for her sweets and her candy, And she certainly did like her Andy, But a nurse she will be and we really can see In a white cap and a gown she's a dandy. MARY LOU KIIKKA This girl's name is Mary Lou, Her hair is red and she's never blue, A stenographer she wants to be, And she will be one wait and see. EDITH AHO A new addition to our clan, She kept her record spick and span, Calm and cool and never rude, Our Edith still was not a prude. ALAN HILBERG His name is AI, He's a very good pal. They say he was shy, But oh, me and oh, my I couIdn't believe it of AL MARGARET KAPOSTASY Her name is Margie Kay, She'II make you laugh all day. She is dark, plump, and jolly, And we like her, by golly- ANDY RITEK Never late for a date- That's our Andy. He used to be somebody else's beau, But, don't rush, whoa.. They say he's back-maybe so- RAYMOND VOLANSKY He answers to the name of Ray About him there is much to say, He's quite a spark When out on a lark, A Romeo, this boy, in his day. RUTH MOSER Ruth is the name of this maid Who'll never be sullen or staid, She could make you laugh Though you're on the staff Of the best undertaker in town. IRENE VAN JURA They call this girl just I.V.J. She likes to sing and dance away, She's full of pep, and I hate to see, One who isn't as gay as she. MARY FETCHKO A very nice girl who keeps to herself In a dream world all of her own Does she think of a castle by fair winds blown, r A prince, or a mischievous elf? SHIRLEY SHOLTIS This girl's name is Shirley Her hair is blonde and Curley She's waiting for the day until The war brings-back her sailor Bill. WILLIAM ORIS William Oris is his name In the service he'll make his fame. As a private, or whatever he'Il be, On the land, or on the sea. HEN RY H I LSTON When next year rolls around We will really miss this boy, For in any sport at all To the coach he was a joy. A DOROTHY REGO She has a sense of humor that is really hard to beat, And a smile for every boy or girl whom she should chance to meet, It will be a sorry day when from our high school she will pass For it's fun to know someone like this gay and laughing lass. EDWARD KANDORE His name is Eddy, we hear hers is Betty, Too bad they don't rhyme, For even in our prime We were never a poet And we know it. TOIVO WERRONEN This lad who used to be quiet Has now become quite a riot Don't tease, he may bite But he's really all right A lad in a million-our ToivoL CECILIA JASIK Cecilia, Aren't you afraid Someone might steal ya? l'd like a tiny maid- ESTHER PESHO Pesho Feels low When Don's not near. Pesho May show A ring next year. DORIS KANYUH Doris, Kanyuh Tell me why You've always got Mischief in your eye? 26 NORMA HOLSON She is small and fair, A girl oh, so rare, And what a line She hands out each time They try to make her care. MARGARET BESEDA A just right girl is Margie, Not small, not large, she ls happy and snappy And never, never sappy. MERVIN KOSKI In going to and from the school You never see him run, But on the gridiron he was tough From the start until the gun. GEORGE MARSHALL The Naval Air Corps claimed this fellow In sports he always was a star, Scholastically, he was really "mellow" Marshie's a lad who will go far. VIOLA WIEMERO She belongs to the Fairport Band The one that's the finest in the land, This girl has friends galore, She'll probably raise a family of four, Viola is the name she'll sign On the bottom of every line. BETTY BERESH Betty is really one fine girl Her hair is dark and has a curl, She's small and dainty, Someday she's make the right boy care. MRS. PATCH This teacher's name is Mrs. Patch, The door to English she will unlatch, Whenever you want to stage a play Just call on her, she knows the way, MR. WILLIAMS Oh, you should see his chickens With red glasses on their eyes, They don't use them to read Dickens For they're really not that wise. Note: Any resemblance the above may bea to poetry is accidental, coincidental, and probably grossly exaggerated anyway. The Editors E CJJJ ACTIVITIES Choral Club This year's choral club was directed by a new faculty adviser, Miss Edna dean. Our former director, Miss Helen McClaflin, left us last summer for Red Cross duty. l-ler job now is that of providing musical entertainment for the boys in service. Laurels to Miss McClaflinl As usual the choral club gave the final chapel program before school was recessed for the Christmas season. The program was exceptionally well done. Many of the favorite Christmas carols were sung by the audience as well as by the choral club. During this past year, the choral club had done extremely well under the new supervision of Miss Dean. 28 The Pep Club ln order to bring about unity in cheering during various sports events and rallies, the Pep Club was founded, Co-operation in cheering is very important in bolstering up the spirit of the teams. Without cheer-leaders, the cheering would cause only commotion and unruly noise. Thanks to the Cheerleaders, however, the football and basketball teams have been spirit- ually strengthened both her in Fairport and in out of town. This group is under the able supervision at R. A, Greig. HERE IS A TYPICAL CHEER Whispering "Team, team, pulling for team. Varsity, Varsity rah, Speaking Tone Team, team, pulling for team. Varsity, Varsity rch, Shouting Team, team, pulling tor team. Varsity, Varsity rahbs F-A-I-R-P-O-R-T Yea, Fairport!" 29 High School Ban The band has furnished entertainment throughout the year, but certainly its magnifi- cent performances during the football season tops its whole career. Our musicians thrilled the football fans by their variety of marches and formations as well as by their interpretations of well-known songs. However, after the season was over, the band played equally well on the stage. The marching band numbered sixty, with drum majorette, Alberta Stuuri, and twirl- ers, Eleanor Sabolik, Lois Ann Smith, Myrtlann Knuttinen, lrene Laszlo, Irene Rego, and Irene Zavore. g PERSONNEL CORNETS Ned Klumph Yolanda Vegso Billy Ahonen Joy Youppi Nick Moroz Olga Esterhay Tommy Cramer Betty Pillar James Marshall Juanita Steinback Betty Lepisto FRENCH HORNS Jean Burch Carol Keto Marion Peltomaa Martha Jane Hilston Celia Dye Peter Leczo TROMBONES Richard Lehtinen James Greig Edith Hilston Doris Klein Robert Armstrong Martin Luoma Neal Ahonen Francis Thomas Richard Lautanen BARITONES Bob Lee Olga Saluk Regina Wayner BASSES Raymond Holm Steve Pucsak Richard Bowen Frank Modic FLUTES AND PICCOLOS Jeannette Hilberg Nellie Holm Marilyn Mackey Phyllis Erkkila Phyllis Pohto OBOES Don McKeever Mildred Hakola ALTO CLARINETS Laura Peltoma Linda Pohto BASSOON Irene Laszlo sAss cuuzinsr Myrtlann Knuttinen CLARINETS Alberta Stuuri Arlene Hakojarvi Marilyn Pernoja Viola Wiemero Mary Troha Doris Pohto Shirley Burkhart Thelma Kiikka Ruth Petter Evelyn Toth Doris Wilson 30 CLARINETS Jeannette Sutch Jomarie lsackila Gloria Eddy Shirley Stokes Elma Kalliomaa Alice Marshall Betty Greig Ralph Saari George Kosman Greta Aho Donna Werronen Betty Reeves Lucille Hilberg SAXOPHONES Grace Esterhay Richard Miller Norma Lehtinen Mildred Wainio Alan Hilberg Eddie Tobias Carl Hilberg DRUMS Richard Roberts Dave Hakojarvi Judy Petrus Barbara Kulberg Louise Horacek The Girl Reserves The Girl Reserves, the oldest and one cf the most outstanding organizations of the high school is under the capable leadership of Miss Mary Fohl and Miss Aili l-lakojarvi. Miss Fohl has charge of the Senior Girl Reserves and Miss Hakojarvi, the Junior group. They have replaced Miss Frances Ramser who resigned last year. The aim of this association is to develop the natural virtues ot girls by teaching them to be: C13 gracious in manner, C23 impartial in judgment, C33 ready for service, C43 loyal to friends, C53 reaching toward the best, C63 earnest in purpose, C73 seeking the beautiful, C83 eager for knowledge, CC93 reverent to God, lO3 victorious over self, Cl l3 ever depend- able, Cl23 sincere at all times. As annual festivities, the Senior Girl Reserves hold a Mother-Daughter Banquet and the Junior members, a tea. OFFICERS Senior Girl Reserves President . . . ,... . . Jean Armstrong Vice President . ,,..... Esther Pesho Secretary . . . . .Mary Lou Kiikka Treasurer , . . . . . . . . .Dorothy Rego Financial Chairman . . . . . . Marilyn Mackey Junior Girl Reserves President ....... . . . . . . Phyllis Erkkila Vice President . . .... Louise l-loracek Secretary . . . . . .Jomarie lsackila Treasurer . . . . .Arlene l-lakojarvi 33 Drum Majorette and Twirlers One of the enjoyable things about a football game is to see the drum majorette and the twirlers perform with the band. Their trim costumes and perfect rhythm and co-ordination add color to the evening. This year the number of twirlers was increased. In previous years, there have been only two girlsg but this football season there were six. Alberta Stuuri, the drum majorette, displayed great ability to lead on the field, and the clever routines which she developed and taught to the twirlers showed her originality. The girls did very well, and we wish to congratulate them on their fine work. DRUM MAJORETTE Alberta Stuuri TWIRLERS Myrtlann Knuttinen Lois Ann Smith Eleanor Sabolik lrene Zavore Irene Laszlo Irene Rego 34 Yankee Chpper The "Yankee Clipper Staff" started out by sending packages of food to the local boys in service. Later, it decided to publish a paper called the "Yankee Clipper." This paper furnishes the boys with news from home which they appreciate very much. Its finances are met by donations from clubs, individuals, and school organizations. News items and addresses of every Fairporter in the Armed Forces are gathered by the boys and girls of the school who volunteer to give their time for the success of the paper. The community and the boys in service are congratulating the staff for its fine work. YANKEE CLIPPER STAFF Editor-in-chief ,.,., T T .,,.. . ,Clayton Leathers Make-up editor .,,. Al l-lilberg Sports editor . , Elmer Vastyan Feature editor ,.,. . Eddie Tobias Business manager . , . ,Andy Ritek Alumni Editor ,. . Miss Lipsanen Typist editor , T . .Miss Reese 35 Stamps and Bonds On October 25, l943, Harding High was presented with a stamp and bond flag. We are the second school in Lake County to receive such a flag, The flag means that we have had in our school 90 per cent or above participat- ing in buying stamps and bonds for the month. lt will continue to fly over our school only if we keep that 90 per cent buying. The war loan drive here was launch- ed by Ford Andrus, chairman for Lake County, in a chapel program at which he spoke. Every week a little speech is given over the public address system in an effort to bring in lOO per cent of the students and faculty to buy stamps. The rooms this year are rated on the basis of participation rather than on the amount they purchase. In this way the room with the least money will have the chance of being rated tops in participation. A "Donald Blakeslee" and a "Roy Pauley" Day were observed with, as a re' sult, pupils responding a hundred per cent in buying stamps and bonds. These two young men, Roy Pauley and Donald Blakes- lee, now serving in the Armed Forces, are former graduates of Harding High School. As it was last year, Mr. Winchell has charge of the drive, and representatives from each homeroom take care of distrib- uting the stamps purchased. They are do- ing a marvelous job and should be highly praised for the fine work they are doing. Harding High is rated among the top schools in the county in its stamp and bond purchases and it's chiefly because of these people's efforts. 36 l uOur Townn Credit for an excellent senior play goes once more to a carefully chosen cast efficiently directed by Mrs. Lucinda Patch. Written for presentation without scenery or ordinary stage properties, Thornton Wilder's popular drama, "Our Town," was an innovation at Hard- ing High School. The setting of the play, in which the stage manager, played by Clayton Leathers, becomes an important character, was Grover's Corners, New Hamp- shire. The realistic and rather casual plot concerned the everyday life of typical people of the town--among them, the lovable Gibbs and Webb fam- ilies. Dr, Frank Gibbs, played by Donald Hall, and Charles Webb, editor of the town newspaper, played by William Oris, were two of the main characters of the drama. The love interest was supplied by young George Gibbs and Emily Webb and culminated in the marriage of the young people-one of the most mov- ing scenes of the play. The last act, played entirely without scenery and set in the little church- yard on the hill during Emily Gibb's funeral, was not easy to perform. To Irene Van Jura must go a great deal of the credit for making real the pathos of the young woman's wistful entrance into Eternity. Presentation of "Our Town", which possesses more literay and dramatic value than any play previously attempted here, was an ambitious under- taking for the seniors. Credit for their outstanding success goes in great measure to their director, Mrs. Lucinda Patch, CAST Stage Manager . Dr. Gibbs ...... Joe Crowell . . . Howie Newsome . . Mrs. Gibbs . . . Mrs. Webb . . George Gibbs . Rebecca Gibbs . Wally Webb . . Emily Webb . . Professor Willard . . . Mr. Webb ...,..... Woman in the Balcony . Man in the Auditorium Lady in the Box ...,.. Simon Stimson ...,.. Mrs. Soames ..,..... Constable Warren . . . Si Crowell ... ... Mary Craig ......... Joe Stoddard ..,..... Assistant Stage Manage . Clayton Leathers ' " ...,..... Don Hall . . . . .Emery Curtiss . . .Elmer Tuokkolo .......lrene Laszlo . .Myrtlann Knuttinen . . . . .Richard Bowen .... .Cecilia Jasik .......Robert Lee ....lrene Van Jura . . . .William Oris . . . . .William Oris . . . Yolanda Vegso . . .Tom Cramer . .Norma Holson . . .Tom Cramer ...... Joy Youppi . . Richard Chaney .......Robert Lee . . . Evelyn Mohner . . . . ,George Korpi rs .... Edward Bihary, Mervin Koski 37 Adrian Luomci Bill Ahonen The Scholarship Club This club consists of l-larding High School students who have had an average of G for two semesters, the first semester of the current school year and the second, of the previous year. This group of students does not function in the capacity of an active club, but rather concentrates upon keeping up in scholarship. Each year a Lake County Scholarship Banquet is held, and this club as ci group, attends. This year the affair was held at Mentor l-ligh School. This year there were two boys who were made life members of this club. They were Adrian Luomci and William Oris. MEMBERS William Oris Don McKeever James Greig Jeannette l-lilberg Yolanda Vegso Grace Esterhay Linda Pohto Joy Youppi Alberto Stuuri Eddie Tobias Elmer Vastyan 38 Jack l-lilberg Mildred l-lakola Elma Kalliomaa Robert Lee Maynard Tantre Doris Pohto Mary Lou Kiikka Marion Peltomo Phyllis Erkkila Jean Burch Carol Keto vf SMU-Uf L E g -414 lffffmaff X PQRT A Football This year's football team was probably one of the scrappiest teams Harding High had in a long time. Although it lacked experience, it showed the opposing teams what Harding High was made of, The team won three games and lost four. PLAYERS R. E. - George Marshall-George was the outstanding end for Harding this year. He is a senior, and will see no more action, His sticky hands caught many a touchdown pass this year for the maroon and white. George is a boy who will be hard to replace next year. R. T.-Henry Hilston--Hank's the boy who went out for center and turned out one of the best tackles in the league. He did play a little center this year, but was glad to get back to tackle. Hank is a senior, and will see action no more. R. G.-Charles Hill-Charlie is the low, hard hitting guard who broke up play after play for the opposing team. Charlie is a sophomore and has two years yet. Hard- ing High will see Charlie next year better than ever. C.-Dave Hakojarvi-Dave is the boy who passed the old pigskin to the backfield. Dave will be back next year to pass the ball to a championship team. L. G.-Ed Tobias-Eddie was the hard charging guard who smashed plays for the opposing team. Without his blocking on the end runs there wouldn't have been 40 many gains. Ed is speedy and hard hitting. He's only a sophomore and will see action next year. L. T.-Steve Magyar-Steve was the big boy of the team. Not many got past him. His low hard tackling stopped the oppo- nents right in their tracks. Steve is not a senior but will not be back next year. L. E.-Joe 'iStar" Stazzone-Star was the surprise end of the year. His defensive play was outstanding. Star caught a few touchdown passes. Star's in the Navy now. We wish him luck wherever he goes. Q. B.-Jimmy Greig-Jim was the brains of the outfit, he called the plays. His bril- liant play calling caught the teams NOD- ping and won the games. He was a block- ing back and did not carry the ball much. His hard blocking knocked players flat on their backs. Jimmy will see action next year. R. H.-Don Koski-Don is the triple threat man of the team. His running netted plen- ty of yards for the team. His accurate passing scored points for the Skippers. His quick kicking caught teams napping and got us out of a tight spot. Don will be back doing a good job again next year. L. H.-Andy Ritek-Andy did most of the ball carrying this year and sparked his team to the victories. His defensive play was outstanding. His low, hard tackling stop- ped opponents cold. Andy's speed netted yards for the Skippers and also made touchdowns which decided the game. Andy is a senior and will not see action again. F. B.-Bob Lee-Bob was the sparkplug of the team. His offensive and defensive play was outstanding. His hard blocking set opponents on their backs. His hard charg- ing netted yards for the Skippers. Bob is a junior and will see action next year. THE VARSITY Line Cleft to rightj Marshall, Hilston, Hill, Hakojarvi, Tobias, Magyar, Steinbach Back Cleft to rightl Greig, Koski, Ritek, Lee GAMES FAIRPORT-2 PAINESVILLE-l 4 ln the first quarter nothing much hap- pened. Both teams felt each other out. ln the second quarter, Painesville uncorked with a long pass down the center and made a touchdown. Of all the threats the Raid- ers made, the Skippers turned them back with low, hard tackling. ln the third quart- er, Lee sparked the Skippers by a thirty-one yard run. ln the fourth quarter, the Skip- pers recovered a fumble behind the goal by a bad pass to Chapman from center. Painesville scored a touchdown again when the Skippers threw a pass into the flat zone and it was intercepted. FAIRPORT-l 3 WILLOUGHBY-7 In the opening seconds of the game, Willoughby scored a touchdown. The extra point was good. Later in the same quarter Joe Stazzone intercepted a pass on the Wil- loughby 25 and went over standing up. The extra point was not good. The half ended 7-6. ln the third quarter, the game rip- pled back and forth with the ball changing hands. In the fourth quarter, Stazzone re- covered a fumble. Ritek then snaked down the field for a touchdown. He then ripped open the Willoughby line and went over for the extra point. In the last seconds of the game, WiIloughby's efforts were futile and the game ended l3-7. FAIRPORT-l9 PERRY-6 ln the opening minutes of the game, Perry scored a touchdown which made the score 6-O. Later Koski passed to Stazzone and he carried it over. Lee then made the extra point. ln the second quarter, Ritek went over for a touchdown. The half end- ed l3-6. In the fourth quarter, Koski threw another touchdown pass to Marshall, and Lee plowed over for the extra point. The final score was i9-6. FAI RPORT-O MENTOR-39 The first quarter was a tug-of-war be- tween the teams. ln the second quarter, Dietrich caught a pass and carried it over. Young then scored again, the points after these touchdowns were good. The third and fourth quarters were more of a track- meet between the teams. Lee sparked the Skippers to many long gains. Continued on Page 74 ? .11 i l Basketball The team this year wasn't very experienced, but it did splendidly with what it had. We congratulate Mr. Moore, our new coach, on his work and wish him the best ot luck and a championship team next season. PLAYERS GEORGE MARSHALL-Forwa rd-Ma rshall was the sparkplug ot the outfit. He was high point man in almost every game. His accuracy in shooting and handling the ball were outstanding. George was a mid-year and was through in January. H EN RY H l LSTON-Forward-Hank was the boy who stood in the background in making points, but without Hank there wouldn't have been many points. Hank ted the ball to the others, but he also got his share ot points, Hank was a mid-year and his basketball career ended in Janu- ary. ROBERT JUZNA-Guard-Bob brings the ball down into scoring territory. His ball handling netted points tor the "Skippers." Bob's only a junior, and the tans will see plenty ot him next year. RAYMOND HOLM + Guard - "Pecka" brings the ball down too. His speed and accuracy in shooting scored points tor the Skippers. Ray is only a sophomore and will see plenty of action during the next two years. JAMES GREIG-Center-Jimmy was the big boy of the gang. His accuracy in shoot- ing and splendid defense work held the op- ponent's score down. Jimmy is a junior and will be back next year. GAMES FAI RPORT-29 ASHTABU LA ClTY-28 The Skippers first game ended in a close victory. ln the first quarter Fairport was leading by l point, l0-9. The half ended giving us a slight edge on City, l7- l3. ln the third quarter City gained on the Skippers so that the score was 20-2l res- pectively. ln the final period Bob Juzna made the basket that decided the game in the Skippers favor, 29-28. FAIRPORT-21 JOHN MARSHALL-48 Fairport was handed its first defeat of the season by a Cleveland team. ln the opening quarter not much of a score was made. Marshall had the lead l0-5. John Marshall launched its power in the third and fourth periods when they made 28 points to the Skippers ll. John Marshall won by a large margin, 48-2l, FAIRPORT-30 GENEVA--42 The Skippers went down fighting to Geneva. ln the first period Geneva had a slight edge on Fairport, l-5. The second period was almost basket for basket. lt ended with the Skippers leading 9-l7. Geneva unleashed its power in the third and fourth periods to cinch the game, 42-30. FAIRPORT-43 ALUMNI-55 The first quarter ended with Fairport leading lO-9. In the second quarter the Alumni released their power and overcame the fighting Skippers. The score at the half was 27-l6. The third quarter ended with the Skippers still on the short end. The score was 38 to 23. Fairport's attempt to regain the lead lost in the second quarter was futile. George Marshall sparked the team. The game ended in favor of the Alumni, 55-43. FAIRPORT-30 F MENTOR-39 Fairport's first league game was a de- feat delivered by Mentor. ln the first per- iod Mentor started off with a bang scoring l5 points to the Skippers' lonely 5. The second period wasn't much for either side. The two teams scored 7 points between them. The half ended l9-8. The third quarter was basket for basket. In the final period Fairport scored l2 points, but they were still short 9 points. The game ended in Mentor's favor, 39-30. FAIRPORT-26 WILLOUGHBY-36 The game with Willoughby started out very badly. At the end of the first quarter, Willoughby was in the lead, ll-4. ln the third quarter our boys made only half the points that Willoughby did. lt ended with the Rangers still leading 32-l4. ln the final quarter, Fairport's fighting spirit was aroused, and although their attempts were hopeless, they brought up their score and held the Rangers to only 4 points. The final score was 36-26. FAIRPORT-l 4 PAINESVILLE-43 The Skippers suffered a serious defeat handed to them by the Raiders. ln the opening quarter, the Raiders scored l2 points to our 5. The Raiders launched their power in the last three quarters, scoring 3l points to our 9. The final score was 43- l4. FAIRPORT-17 MENTOR-49 The Mentor "Cardinals" opened up in the first two periods of play. The half ended with the i'Cardinals" way in the lead, l6-3. The f'Cards" then kept the lead all the way. The final score being 49-l7. Jimmy Greig was high point man with 6 points. FAIRPORT-23 WILLOLJGHBY-39 ln the first quarter the "Rangers" were ahead by 8 points. ln the second quarter the teams scored basket for bas- ket. The half ended l3-24, ln the third period, the "Rangers" let loose with a hail of points. The last period was point for point. The game ended 23-39. Greig was high point man with l0 points. FAIRPORT-25 PAINESVILLE-63 Again the "Skippers" were defeated by the 'iRaiders" of Painesville. The "Raid- ers" opened the game by scoring l7 points to our 6. They kept this pace throughout the game. Fairport's only tally came in the second quarter when they scored ll points. Ray "Pecka" Holm was high point man with 10 points to his credit. JOKES Courtesy of Eddie Bihary Mrs. Patch: "Have you your poem for today, Andy?" Andy R.: "Yes. New Mother Hubbard. She went to the butcher's For sporeribs and suet, But found that some others Had beaten her tuet. She said she would settle For sausage and liver. The butcher insisted He had none to giver. She pleaded for pork chops- For meatballs-for mutton. The butcher said, "Lady, I just ain't got nutton." R. Bowen: CBefore going to see Mr. Lynhaml "What would you do if you were in my shoes?" AI Hilberg: "Get a shine." Mr. Brown: IChemistryl "Explain the effects of heat and cold and il- Iustratef' M. Koski: "Heat expands! In the summer days are long. Cold con- tracts! In winter the days are short." Miss Rugg: "Dick, tell me what you know about Keats." Dick Chaney: "I don't know anything. I don't even know what they are." Marshie: ISizing up a new girl in townl "If she was twice as cute as she tries to be, she still wouldn't be half as cute as she thinks she is." 44 vi.. 1 1 1W1im1iiu1riu-.vm.-un1im1nn1iin1nu1i.n1lui1ml-tl.l1un1im1im-W1im-mi-wi-NI1 1 1 1 1 Family and Home Outfitters 'I'OUBMHN'S "TI-IE BIG STORE" Corner 4th and High Streets Fairport Harbor, O. ln Lake County-"lt's TOUBMAN'S"l Men's - Women's - Children's - Clothing -- Shoes Furniture - Stoves - Rugs - Radios "4l Years Of Successful Business" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1in1,,,,1uii-.m1y.,,1,,,,1m,-mi-,...1w.1..,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Congratulations to the Class of 1944 from MR. SPERBER OF WRIGHT'S of Painesville Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of l944 TI-IE PHINESVILLE PUBLISHING CO. 46 N. State St. Painesville, Ohio IOS'I'EN'S TREASURE-CRAFT JEWELERS CLASS RINGS - PINS 627 Union Commerce Bldg. Cleveland, Ohio 45 COMPLIMENTS OF INDUSTRIAL RAYCDN CQRPQRATIQN i1un11111111141.-..11iiii Congratulations to the Class ot i944 ANTI-IONY'S RESTAURANT l52 Main St. Painesville, Ohio Congratulations from ED GOTTWIG'S Thi rd St. Fairport 1 i1 1 1 .-.,,i...mi1im.-nu1im...vm1iri.1 1 1 1 1,,,....m,1im... 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1i..,1 Compliments of THE CITY LOAN AND GUARANTY CQ. Loans TplO - SlOOO Dial 3568 Painesville, Ohio ln Paine-sville lt'S IEANNETTE ' IULYAN - The Smart, Air-Conditioned Store for Women Compliments ot ZAPP DRY CLEANERS 606 High St. Fairport l-larbor, O. Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of '44 NEWCOMB'S SERVICE STATION Gulf Dial 4972 Corner Seventh and East Fairport, Ohio 1 1 1 1 1 -. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,..1,,,,1 1 1 1 1H...W1.m1iiu..,,,,1,ii.1ii1 1 1 1,i,,1 Compliments ot WILSON 6 FOSTER FLORISTS Painesville Compliments of DR. R. H. SEYMOUR Painesville Ohio 1,...1111111111111111., im... R.E.L. and Y.V. were returning to their seats in the theater after the intermission. R. asks the man at the end of the row, "Did I step on your feet as I went out?" "You did!" replied the man, expecting an apology. R.E.L. turns to Y.V. and says, "All right, Canary, this is the row." Foreman at DACO: Ito newly hired manl f'Has the workman told you what to do yet?" Tom I-lakli: "Yes, he said to wake him up whenever you came around." English teacher: "Correct this sentence, "The bull and the cow is in the field!" Irene V. J.: "The cow and the bull is in the field. Ladies come first!" Mr. Lynham: 'Name 3 tragedies by Shakespeare." "Gus" Volanski: "Macbeth," "King Lear," and "Twelve Nights in a Bar Room." Miss Hak.: Cin Biologyl "Which came first: the chicken or the egg?" Myrti "My guess is the chicken because usually there are a lot of fresh eggs following her." Mr. Winchell: lin geometryl "A hexagon is a six-sided figure. What is a seven-sided figure called?" Bob Juzna: "A 'hooligon'." Teacher: "What is a passive verb?" George Korpi: "A passive verb is when the subject is the sufferer, as 'I am loved'." Senior: "My mother was always having trouble with either my father or the furnace." Junior: "ls that so?" Senior: "Yes, every time she would watch one, the other would go out." Teacher: "Define the word 'adult'." Wacker: "An adult is a man who has stopped growing at both ends, but not in the middle." 50 ,1,m1111111115-1111rii. Congratulations to the Class of l944 ANTHONY'S RESTAURANT l52 Main St. Painesville, Ohio 1ii..1yiii-1111111111111-.iii Congratulations from ED GOTTWIG'S Third St. Fairport 11111-11.-,111i11111,,,,1.i..1111,11111111111iiii1 Compliments ot THE CITY LOAN AND GUARANTY CO. Loans sic - siooo Dial 3568 Painesville, Ohio ln Painesville lt's 1z:ANNr:'r'rr: - IULYAN - The Smart, Air-Conditioned Store for Women 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 .- 1 1 ...W1 1 1 1 1i,,,1,.,i... 1 1 1 Compliments at ZAPP DRY CLEANERS 606 High St. Fairport Harbor, O. Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of '44 NEWCOMB'S SERVICE STATION Gulf Dial 4972 Corner Seventh and East Fairport, Ohio 1,,.,1,,,,1 1 1 1 1iii.-W1,4..1,,,,1.i.i1,,,,1 1 1 1 1i,,,1 Compliments of WILSON G FOSTER FLORISTS Painesvi I Ie Compliments of DR. R. I'I. SEYMOUR Painesville Ohio 1iuui111i111111111.-11ii 1.-111111111,,,,1 TI-IE HARBOR LA D COMPANY OUR AIM TO ALL FAIRPORT CITIZEN HOME OWNERS The man who owns his homeg whose children have a place that they look upon as their own gives to himself and his family a better place in the life of the com- munity. Corner East and Third Streets Dial 6442 Fairport, Ohio BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1944 iamonb Ilzali Gomfmmi FAIRPORT HARBOR, OHIO 48 COMPLIMENTS OF C A S E L L A ' S CLEANERS ovens Fukklsns Fairport Poinesville COMPLIMENTS or ANN'S FOOD STORE Ann Goblowsky, Prop. Diol 4487 Second St, Foi rport, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS A. E. STALEY MANUFACTURING COMPANY 49 R.E.L. and Y.V. were returning to their seats in the theater after the intermission. R. asks the man at the end of the row, "Did I step on your feet as I went out?" "You did!" replied the man, expecting an apology. R.E.L. turns to Y.V. and says, "All right, Canary, this is the row." Foreman at DACO: fto newly hired manl "I-las the workman told you what to do yet?" Tom l-lakli: "Yes, he said to wake him up whenever you came around." English teacher: "Correct this sentence, "The bull and the cow is in the field!" Irene V. J.: "The cow and the bull is in the field. Ladies come first!" Mr. Lynham: 'Name 3 tragedies by Shakespeare." "Gus" Volanski: "Macbeth," "King Lear," and K'TweIve Nights in a Bar Room." Miss I-lak.: fin Biology? "Which came first: the chicken or the egg?" Myrt: "My guess is the chicken because usually there are a lot of fresh eggs following her." Mr. Winchell: fin geometryl "A hexagon is a six-sided figure. What is a seven-sided figure called?" Bob Juzna: "A 'hooIigon'." Teacher: "What is a passive verb?" George Korpi: "A passive verb is when the subject is the sufferer, as 'I am loved'." Senior: "My mother was always having trouble with either my father or the furnace." Junior: "ls that so?" Senior: "Yes, every time she would watch one, the other would go out." Teacher: "Define the word fadult'." Wacker: i'An adult is a man who has stopped growing at both ends, but not in the middIe." 50 Edwin 538 Fifth St. XGTTSSS. .... .. ... .......... .... I E MACKEY'S MARKET Ben Mackey, Prop. -Class of '31 Richard Bowen - Graduating - Thomas R. Hakli FAIRPORT BEST WISHES FROM GAIL G. GRANT. INC. PAINESVILLE COMPLIMENTS or POTTI FUNERAL HOME Cemetery Memorials MONUMENTS 81 MARKERS NEVITE Washing Soda and Water Softener Is Mode in Fairport Makes Washing Easy, Saves Soap Buy it at Your Grocers THE BUCKEYE SODA CO. Fairport Harbor, Ohio 51 HARDJNQ - SC.HE'du ES .X Z' SO M you LKTTLE 5REENy- , N Q I ' D W '39 1 STU 7 gfj . - xwf Mg- M' H - 61 L. Q- Q? x R68 " Ns Q? ff Y Vkzw Q- M 414,11 P ,GD 7-yi' fQ'f?Ry Bojff -ffookf-' QK V4 STUD5 B K SALL25 AKFR gtk a 9 5 . W . , x W T Q NPN HN IN FRSI9 Sou- , fmxx X4 RS -gs IJLILIABNERII if RH! x if? "+ MNcXNeX,L, 52 Best Wishes To the Class of l944 AUS'I'IN'S PHARIVIACY Painesville, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS DIAMOND ALKALI WORKERS UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA DISTRICT 50 - LOCAL 12231 Fairport Harbor, Ohio Best Wishes to the Class of '44 BACHTELL. INC. "Dori'T Pass Buy" I54 Main St. Dial 672i 53 Ii111!1f1,111111111 ofa I-I --11----i-- 111.1 -u-iiu-iin-- - -1 -1-1--1----- H Rf' Best Wishes to the Class ot '44 ZOLTAN MATE PHOTOGRAPI-IER 33 N. State St. Painesville, Ohio nu -im1nii -n MAYTAG WASHER AND IRONER CO. 20 South State St. Painesville U1 1 1 111 1-1 1 1 1 1 -, 1 1iln1 NEAL PRINTING COMPANY Neal J. Katilo, Prop. -Class ot '28 TYPEWRITER AND ADDING MACHINE REPAIR SERVICE FAIRPORT BEACON 310 High Street Phone 554l Fairport Compliments of ROY IOI-INSON'S BARBER SHOP 209 Third St, Fairport 1,,..1,...1 1 141i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1nu1 Congratulations to the Class of '44 MAX CHALFIN Fairport Painesville i,1,...1-H1 1,1,1,..... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,l ,,,,....-M1.-MMM..1M,,-,..,....-111,-....-......M-111, COMPLIMENTS OF THE LAKE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION CO, THE LORAIN COAL AND DOCK COMPANY Terminal Tower - Cleveland, Ohio MINERS and SHIPPERS Quality Coal ---- Dependable Service CONGRATULATIONS SANBORN MOTOR EQUIPMENT AUTO PARTS 54 N. State St. Painesville l 55 Hii1n,,111111.........1...-i11...-ui-..-.11,1111111m...l, Congratulations to the Class of '44 THE PHINESVILLE ELEVRTOR CO. 1 t PAINESVILLE MENTOR Phone 4315 5-4131 -ii 111- -1 -- 11111 -111 4"' j I14' 111 lf 11111111 1-111 Compliments of FAIRPQRT ROGHT FURNITURE CO. co. "Complete Home Outfitters" Electrical Supplies, Paints, Stoves, Conyenienf Terms Refrigerators and Wall Paper 2 "First ln Quality" 328 High St. Fairport Harbor, Ohio Phone 5792 High St. We Give Eagle Stamps l N1-XT 1 Compliments Of 1 187 Main St. - Painesville, O. DR, V, N. extends sincerest congratulations 89 pork place pomesvme to Class of 1944 OBIS MEAT MARKET Second St. Fairport 56 1111111111-111....11H,-in ..i,1111111..1111111. ,,,,11111...11,111111.-.iii Compliments of DR. T. H. RILEY OPTOMETRIST 225 High St. Fairport .,.,i,,1,,,41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1,i,. Best Wishes to the Class ot '44 DR. I. M. BELL Dentist 1i,ii111111..-11111111,,i,1m,1111111111.-1111.111 Congratulations to the Class of 1944 LEE 1. DEVNEY MEN'S STORE Painesville, Ohio 1i,1111i1..11111111'1 Best Wishes to the Class of 1944 "SAVE AT SEARS" SEARS. ROEBUCK AND CO. 95 No. Park Place Painesville, Ohio BETTY LOU BEAUTY SALON MODERN AS TOMORROW Betty cle Franco Phone 3441 Lucille de Franco IDA HOKKANEN'S GROCERY-icE cREAM PARLOR Best Quality Meats and Groceries A Complete Fountain Serving Delicious Ice Cream Phone 6401 Cor. Plum 81 Seventh Sts., Fairport 1,,,1 1 1 1 1,.- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.iu...mi-im-I 1 -- Tis- - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -un- Compliments ot IOHNNY AND MYRT'S Third St. Fairport, Ohio 11114: Compliments of R. E. GREGORY AND CO. 20 N. St. Clair St. Painesville ii1iiii1 1 1 141 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1i1iu , . - fy 'Q WQRP - 9 T 'EU fl ' T Y OU 4 4 4 .Sf-9' 1 mlb 57 A g m : W x HT- U , Q XSIONQALXX D AA, lf' 5 l:?fl2E COPN fkolp Aly? MOH' ON 5,415 M.2,1,'ElIo1'Dj7 173: GA'fA7'l,,.N,m gf? Q Q 'C nf? D'fTldFLRY fg lusz seeaaua X .A F ' Tiff 63419175 ARLXNQ 5 A I 5. I 4' S 1 90L6!'7'V-'- J E5 ., 'X' 2.1 PP -'N' 7 V001-ff lxlvolgjf N K Q Yiiiwff, my NREESEN f .1 ,ig 04. X WH btiflfg XM Y 4T7'eN77oNj 1745436111 2 If ,M X . ,, 'ffm T MR '91 N A , ,Q II, X U Q J kj 5 f U - C4 W' BUNPFR C14 Lp I X . op, E 'ifofrfzfgfe'-Q X559 X-'Nfl 57720144 -- 58 4- ---- ---------------- --i---i---i---- -1- CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WIS:-:ES DEMICK'S SHOE STORE l86 Main St. Painesville HOME OF RED GOOSE SHOES x-Roy Fitted Compliments of THE BREAD I-IND BUTTER FOOD SHOP 427 Eagle St. Fairport Harbor, Ohio Dial 5362 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS FAIRPORT LIMITED VARIETY STORE INC. 5c - Sl.OO Specialties Cor, Third and High Streets Fairport Harbor, Ohio Compliments of FRRNZ TIRE SERVICE. INC. 124 N. State St. Painesville 59 iii11111111111,,,11.-,111111-1-.1,11111111i,,,1 Compliments of ROBERT McMILLllN Coal: Brick: Tile: Flue Lining: Lime Cement: Plaster: Sewer Pipe: Mortar Colors Liberty Street Dial 5822 Painesville, O. ..iii.11111--111-.1111,1,11-11111111111111iiii1 Compliments of DR. N. H. KINNUNEN DENTIST 202 Th i rd Street Fairport, Ohio 1m4... 1 1 1 1 .....,,ii1...i1,,i.1 1 1 1 1 1iiii1iiii1.ii.1. 1 1 111 1,1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,1 SOHIO Jo:-urs snnvicn STATION Fairport's Most Complete Service Station Diamonds-Watches-Si lverware lor-:N mcn Jeweler Optometrist Gifts for All Occasions Established l858 l62 Main St. Painesville 1,,,,... 1 1 1 1 -- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1i..,..tf.i1 1 1.1 1,,,,1,i,,1iiii..iiii1i.,,1.i,,1,.,,1 1 1 1,,,,1 Dial 5452 New and East Sts. Fcirport KHTILIYS MARKET Dial 4451 Painesville, Ohio 1iiii11111111111-111 Compliments of WHITE CROSS BEAUTY SALON HAIR STYLISTS Evening Appointments Ondo Sisters 320 High St. Fairport Harbor, O. Dial 6823 ,1.m1i.i-1 1.1 1 1i1iiii1iiii1..i.1.ii.1 1 1 1 111ml COMPLIMENTS OF COLGROVE'S DRUG STORE High Street Foirport CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1944 Compliments of THE E. F. GONGWER CO Mcikers of FRIZZELUS ICE CREAM 61 11111111.-1.-.111un-iiii1m....1-1..11..1.-il..-.mil Success and Happiness We Extend Our Congratulations To Your Graduates to the Class Ol '44 l THE MAPLE BROOK BHILEY'S I T DAIRY Corner Sixth and Eagle Q . . tor Fclrporl' Olqlo "A Complete Dairy Service" - - ... ... - -- - - .. .. .. - - - -, - - - - - - - - - - ..,,,,- Congratulations and Best Wishes 4 T All Wearing Apparel Rugs - Drapes - Curtains l I Phone 7243 Painesville, Ohio 324 High St. Fairport l l ...l-.-.-R-111111,11,..i1lm111-.....-..-......1....1i.,.. Compliments of TIlNTRE'S FOOD STORE "Where Price and Quality Meet" Congratulations to the Class of l944 from VI-KN IOSLIN FURNITURE. INC. 45 N. State St. Painesville 111.1-5.1111,....-i-i-,.11,11111111.-.....-11-...-im 62 Best Wishes to the Class ot '44 U-NEED-US COAL AND CHEMICAL CO. "QUALITY FIRST" Home of B-LINE PRODUCTS AND TESTED COALS ir 'rl-In NORTH STAR DAIRY 533 Eagle Street Dial 6880 Fairport Harbor, Ohio Compliments and Best Wishes PLEASING PHOTOGRAPHS NEWMAN STUDIO 1706 Euclid Ave. CLEVELAND, OHIO + ---- ----i ---- -'- ------- T -------- ---- + 63 VILLAGE OI' FAIRPORT Incorporoted I836 Compliments of ERIC WILDE JOHN W. LACZKO FRANK S. CONVERSE JACOB R. POHTO ALEX W. PAPP JOSEPH J. GURALY, Jr. EVAN THOMAS JOHN G. RESETAR PEARL L. CADWELL EDWARD M. HIETANEN GEORGE J. ONDUS JOHN R. LUOMA VERNIE G. NORTUNEN TONY R. TANTRE MIKE SHOLTIS LILLIAN W. LUTHANEN u.as'r.ftE I-HND TITLE GUARANTEE GUARANTEE AND TRUST CO TRUSTCO n , ' Sholor Green, Vice President 'rr-Ir: I 85 N. Pork Ploce, Poinesville 62I I I-IAWLEY'S FLOWERS THE PAINESVILLE GARDEN AND GREENHOUSE co. 916 W. Jockson St. IO5 Moin St. Poinesville, Ohio - - - Telephone 5242 Ponnesvulle, Ohio or 45I4 W Telephone 5750 64 FAIRPORT IVIEN'S CIVIC CLUB Service, Tolerance, Good Fellowship PROMOTING COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS AND CIVIC PROJECTS JOIN - Help Carry on the Work COMPLIMENTS or THE A. I. McCRONE CO. Fairport Harbor, Ohio Congratulations PENNSYLVANIA AND LAKE ERIE DOCK COMPANY Fairport Harbor, O. H. D. Prosser Vice President and Superintendent 65 1 x 2 K N,f x2 if 9 N Lf Q- !J , f f : , 2 K - x'!XX ,KfXN fd Y 3 M Wg!! Q A X fy f 4XwfM Z J M Q2 f' ' A rl f i6 fy f I f ULD my , Q wT7fFNK43fNfW HKU! I o K X fl Eff ' 1 H XX QQ ff fn AV ! , I X ,kgygfghyi , Wfx , f W few QQ, 2 N A WW? h J f if X I l ZW? X L, Y! x 4, 67 jf! X 5 lf22fQ ff QSM f , 4 ww' mdjyj, X 4? , A 5 X X iQ X1 ' K -Q K , f xW X P62 ' ,rw V1 Aff ff 2-7259? :L3V,Xl i .X XM em-2 W ' 7 V! s , X g? 1? kg f XX 2, fl' HI 'X M XX 000. DOWN Levies' LANE 66 ..1i..1111111111111,i1.. LANDPHAIR'S MARKET Main St. Painesville n1im1u N1-1111--11..111111.. Compliments of THE PAINESVILLE FINANCE CO. Woolworth Bldg. Painesville 1 1 1 1 1 -- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1iiii1,,,,1iii,1i.,,1ii1 1 1111 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,i1 Compliments of DR. I. I. WEY OPTOMETRIST l77 Main Sf. Painesville For Coal in Winter Blocks in Summer Fuel Oil and Concrete The Year Around Phone 4347 UNION SAND AND SUPPLY CORP. Johnnycake Ridge 1 1 1 1 1 --.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1iiii1iiii1i1i1,1.111i1 1 111 11 1 1 19,1 1. as 1. HARDWARE B. P. S. PAINTS Tools, Housewares and Gifts David S. Ingalls Earle L. Johnson 1111111111111111iiii1iiii1 MARGARET SHOP Corsets - Hosiery - Lingerie l-landkerchiefs - Bags Dresses - Etc. Phone 3852 20 South St. Clair St., Painesville, O. .1.,.1 1 11-1 1 1 1 .... 1 1 1.-1 1,,,,...,.,, CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WlSl-lES F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY Painesville, Ohio Compliments of QUALITY CLEANERS 3l N. St. Clair St. Painesville 111111111111111iii -1- -------- --I-I------I-I ---- ---'-------- 4, REED SUNSHINE DAIRY COMPANY Where Fresh Dairy Products Are Assured Dio! 6971 Pcninesville, Ohio COMPLIMENTS or STANDARD PORTLAND CEMENT 45 , CQ Q K 5- DIVISION DIAMOND ALKALI COMPANY PLANT, PAINESVILLE, OHIO PAINESVILLE DUCK PIN BOWLING ALLEYS 56 N. St. Clair ST. Poinesville WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME 68 1nn1iui...niI--iiii-mi--iIii1iui1iIu....m1 .-. -nu-ini-mi1iiIi1iiIi-ini- 1Iii.....111..1111.i....111111.. -iI- 1.ii....m...,..l1...,1...,1,.,l1..,,1,,..1,...1..,... .. 1l..l1...l.... .- ! I CONGRATULATIONS T TO THE SENIOR CLASS T Brrznn l FURNITURE co. I Furniture and Rugs For Every Home I9-2I S. St. Clair St. Painesville I H U G H ' S JEWELERS Corner of Main and State Sts, Painesville The House of Perfect Diamonds THE EDUCATIONAL SUPPLY COMPANY Painesville, Ohio BUSINESS TRAINING COURSES Private Secretary Accounting Federal Taxes Evening Sessions Only For Duration LAKE COUNTY BUSINESS COLLEGE 33 North State Street 14-II1 1i 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1in-.ni-1- I Compliments ot DANIEL'S LADIES' APPAREL I "Exclusive But Not Expensive" C-O-M-P-A-R-E I2O Main St. Painesville I 69 Painesville CONGRATULATIONS S. S. KRESGE I5c to Sl.OO Store? PAINESVILLE, O. 4- ------------- - - -i- ---------- -i-i- - - 4- Afr- 777- 'iv 1. 5 .N S 5 4-..., X it Guide To Better S Food Values THE GUIDE TO BETTER FOOD VALUES Next to the Post Office FAIRPORT HARBOR, OHIO SAND STONE GRAVEL AGRICULTURAL LIME THE KELLY ISLAND LIME TRANSPORT CO. Richmond, Ohio Diol 3612 Office and Yard- North of Staley Soy Bean Co. 70 .1 1 1.1.1 .... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1iii1iiii1,,,,1 I BLAIR'S roon sronr: "24 Years of Service" 442 5, sfore sr. Dial 4311 Painesville, Ohio i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...iiii1iiii1im1im1ini1n,i11m1ii 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1iiii1.,,,1.. Compliments of B. FISHER, M. D. COMPLIMENTS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '44 gfzown FOR FURNITURE "EVERYTHING FOR YOUR HOME" 27-31 North State Street PAINESVILLE, O. 1111111111111-1....1. HILL'S HARDWARE F. O. Hill, Prop. PLUMBING, HEATING, SHEET METAL WORK Dial 3462 2l8 Sixth St. PHILIPPBAR i BROTHERS "Everything in Paints" l PAlNESVlLLE i 71 Fairport Harbor, Ohio Congratulations to the Class of '44 PELI-lT'S KITCHEN Painesville, Ohio -.- -.,-.,i- -1, --.-- .. -.i........-lq. ..J. , FOOTBALL GAMES, Continued from Page -4l FAI RPORT-6 PAI NESVI LLE-27 Fairport's Skippers were a stonewall for the first period of the game. Lee, Ritek, and Koski sparked the team. The "sailors" played the first quarter in Paines- ville's territory. ln the second quarter the Raiders scored. The half ended 6-O. The third and fourth quarters showed the Raid- ers unleash their power and score three touchdowns. ln the final period, Hank Hil- ston blocked a punt and Cleary recovered it over the goal line. The game ended 27-6. FAIRPORT-i2 MADISON-O ln the first two periods, the teams got nowhere. The ball went from one end of the field to the other. The half ended O-O. Late in the third quarter Ritek spark- ed the team with an 88 yard run for a touchdown. Lee's try for the extra point was no good. Again the fourth quarter Ritek tallied over for another touchdown. The game ended l2-O. FAI RPORT-6 GEN EVA-27 Geneva scored in the first quarter. In the second quarter both teams fought against a stonewall. ln the third quarter, Marshall intercepted a pass and galloped down to Geneva's l yard line. Lee ther. plunged over, The point after was no good, The Eagles scored once in the third and fourth quarters. Andy Kakas, a speedy freshman, sparkled all night. His power and drive were underestimated by the Eagles and he rolled up a good yard gain- ing average. He will see plenty of action next year. Watch him! ,1 1 1 .1.,....-. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.i1iiii1iIii- BL!-lIR'S FOOD STORE "24 Years of Service" 442 S. Smre Sr. Dial 4311 Painesville, Ohio I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1-mi-.in-iiii1iiii1iin1ii.I-im-uni Compliments of B. FISHER, M. D. .....,1iiii.-,,,,1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 COMPLIMENTS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '44 gfzown FOR FURNITURE "EVERYTHING FOR YOUR HOME" 27-31 North State Streei PAINESVILLE. O. HILL'S HARDWARE F. o. Hill, Prop. PLUMBING, HEATING, SHEET METAL WORK Dial 3462 2I8 Sixth St. PHILIPPBHR BROTHERS "Everything in Paints" I PAINESVILLE I I I1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1i....mi1i.ii1 71 Fairport Harbor, Ohio Congratulations to the Class ot '44 PELI-lT'S KITCHEN Painesville, Ohio 4. ,.... -....-,... ----.. ------ , .-:-- - .-i.- -i .---- -- .. - -.. 4. Q 1 OSCAR RUUSTEN AL:-I-1, - JEWELER ,. 'llh X f Fine Watches, Diamonds, Clocks Jewelry, Watch Repairing 4 3 E 5 ' 332 High sf. Fairport, ohio Compliments To Class of 1944 BALKAN BAKING CO. Ashtabula, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS I-IILBERG'S MARKET PARKWAY SERVICE STATION Nyle Schuster, Prop. EN - AR - CO PRODUCTS White Rose Gas Specialized Greasing EN-AR-CO Oil Accessories 72 ii-iil.-1..1..1-..11...-..i:- BEST WISHES MULQUEENY BROS. FUNERAL HOME Good Luck and Best Wishes to the Class of '44 SMITH'S MEN SHOP l24 Main St., Painesville, Ohio Compliments of FAIRPORT WALGREEN AGENCY DRUG STORE Corner 3rd and High Sts., Fairport, O. ii..1111-..-11..,11.-1,,.....,, Compliments of MILTON I. LUDWIG Real Estate Broker - Mortgage Loans INSURANCE Fire Auto Life Res. 6 Fairfield Rd. Parmly Hotel Bldg. Dial 6654 Painesville, Ohio i..,4,,...W1,,,,.. 1 1 ... 1 ...iii-.mi --mi MIUIMH., im-I il.. ,,,...,,,.- M 1 ...mi-in, .-.1 .. MMM .- 1 .. MH, I I Compliments of DUREY AND MILLER AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Painesville Thane Durey Earl W. Cruickshank Compliments of FORD W. ANDRUS Real Estate General Insurance Surety Bonds Painesville Fairport Compliments of DR. I. W. GOLDING X-RAY SERVICE Dial 6301 I34 Main Street Painesville Compliments of L. E. PATCH GENERAL INSURANCE iii 73 FOOTBALL GAMES, Continued from Page 4l FAI RPORT-6 PAIN ESVI LLE-27 Fairport's Skippers were a stonewall for the first period of the game. Lee, Ritek, and Koski sparked the team. The "sailors" played the first quarter in Paines- ville's territory. ln the second quarter the Raiders scored. The half ended 6-0. The third and fourth quarters showed the Raid- ers unleash their power and score three touchdowns. ln the final period, Hank Hil- ston blocked a punt and Cleary recovered gover the goal line. The game ended 7-6. FAIRPORT-i2 MADISON-O ln the first two periods, the teams got nowhere. The ball went from one end of the field to the other. The half ended O-O. Late in the third quarter Ritek spark- ed the team with an 88 yard run for a touchdown. Lee's try for the extra point was no good. Again the fourth quarter Ritek tallied over for another touchdown. The game ended l2-O. FAI RPORT-6 GEN EVA-27 Geneva scored in the first quarter. ln the second quarter both teams fought against a stonewall. ln the third quarter, Marshall intercepted a pass and galloped down to Geneva's l yard line. Lee ther. plunged over. The point after was no good. The Eagles scored once in the third and fourth quarters. Andy Kakas, a speedy freshman, sparkled all night. His power and drive were underestimated by the Eagles and he rolled up a good yard gain- ing average. He will see plenty of action next year. Watch himl 'QR DAYS QRDQZE 10 ALL 132 30 Moog 11 11111 N7 f f f ffl ' AT HOME A-f QCHOQL AT HUNE. .OEQFJLX LDL ID. MlDNlGHT a ll will A Q1 ff , ei 'Q fm Q 2 H H 1 AT SCHOOL A1 Home H Z"'T,,"Wu ' C 0 'ELT 6514102 ClASS'MoTTog 'ZZZZSMQI AT dogg dl VE JOM7, PM ,...111.1.111111,11111 1,,,111...1..1.-11.1-.......1in1,, A FRIEND POI-ITO'S BAKERY 440 New St. Fairport l-larbor, Ohio Congratulations to the Class of l944 MILLER Jonas co. "Headquarters for School Shoes" Carl G. Warner, Manager Painesville, Ohio Congratulations to the Class of l944 PHINESVILLE PHOTO SERVICE Merl O. Pontius l82 N. St. Clair St. Dial 5226 ii1ii ii1ii'i1111111111111114 Books School Supplies Stationery Office Supplies LIGHTNER'S STORE ll6 Main St. Pen and Pencil Sets Gifts Greeting Cards Games ii-iiir1111111111111-.1iii Compliments of BUSY B. LUNCH Corner Fifth and High Streets Fairport, Ohio 1mi1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1.1 1.,,,1,, Compliments of B. HND D. DRY CLEANING 1iiii1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1.,i.-1...i..-,...1.,1,. V 1 77 Compliments of ED'S BAKERY 642 High St. Dial 3291 Fairport Harbor, Ohio THE FAIRPORT SERVICE STATION John Oberg, Manager Mobilgas and Mobiloil Firestone Tires Auto-Light Ignition Service Brake Service Specialized Lubrication Dial 3882 East at 7th St. Fairport Harbor, Ohio LAKE COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS G LOAN ASSOCIATION LOW COST Direct Reduction Home Loans for Buying, Building, Remodeling or Refinancing l72 Main Street Tel. 4291 PAINESVILLE, OHIO 78 Autographs


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