Fowler High School - Golden Memories Yearbook (Fowler, OH)
- Class of 1958
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INTRODUCTION of YEARBOOK
DEDICATION and CLASS MESSAGE
CLASS HISTORY CONT.
GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM
BOYS' TRACK TEAM
GIRLS' TRACK TEAM
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
SEVENTH and EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL
Congratulations to Class of 1958.
As you go through life meeting ob-
stacles and overcoming difficulties
remember your motto, "Our Future
Lies Within Us. " Also remember
that some spiritual help and guidance
is needed along the highway of life.
Be an asset instead of a liability.
Success to each of you.
The Senior Class of 1958 is happy to ded-
icate this yearbook to Mrs. Arline James.
Mrs, James started most of this year's
class in first grade. We feel indebted to her
for a good beginning in our school life.
The Class of 1958 gratefully dedicates
this "Golden Memories' to our first grade
teacher, Arline James.
DAVE JOHNSON - Editor
JOANNE RATHBURN - Assistant Editor
FLORENCE NEAL - Class History
KAREN ALMBURG - Class History
BUD SEABORN - Class Will
SHIRLEY McDONALD - Class Will
MERLIN CLUTE - Class Prophecy
CLAUDIA SWINDLER - Prophecy
GEORGE BRADLEY - Prophecy
JUDY LAZIER - Assistant Typist
LESLIE BEACH - Sports Assistant
JANE FOUST - Circulation Manager
LAWRENCE WINANS - Sports Editor
PAUL CLINGERMAN - Assistant
BILL HAUN - Assistant
JAMES TRIMBLE - Sports Assistant
FRANCES JOHNSON - Typing Assistant
BENNY SEEMAN - Art Director
RICHARD CARR - Typing Assistant
ROBERT PETERSON - Sports Assistant
ROGER JONES - Sports Assistant
DAN BARFAY - Sports Assistant
LARRY SUVERISON - Assistant
David S, Johnson
George D. Bradley
Joanne Kay Rathburn
Florence E. Neal
Larry Dean Suverison
Claudia Jean Swindler
Daniel E, Barfay
Karen Lee Almburg
Roger V. Jones
Jane Katherine Foust
Shirley E. McDonald
Merlin L. Clute
Frances June Johnson
Paul K. Clingerman
James R. Trimble
CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER
Blue and white Yellow Carnation
"Our Future Lies Within Us"
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Class - arch 28,
Junior and Senior Prom -------------- - April 25.
Baccalaureate ------ - - May 18,
Commencement ---- - - - May 23,
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Seated: Frank Neal, Glenn Johnson, President, Gertrude Lewis, Clerk Treasurer
Standing: Maurice Clute, Russell Jarvis, Vice President, John Meeker, Charles
Top row: Arline James, Betty Kushan, Walter Jones, Floyd Waters, Frank Neal Frank
Beck, Frank Barbato, First row: Margaret Brocken, Muriel Noftsinger, Lillian Carnes
Mazie McBride, Winifred Rosner, Elizabeth Wright, Alberta Griffin, Virginia Roush
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Class President 1-3-4, Vice President 23 Bas-
ketball 1-2-33 Track 23 Chorus 1-3-43 Class
Play 33 Yearbook Editor 43 Ne spaperfl
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Class Vice President 3-43 Boys' Track 1-2-33
Basketball 1'2'3Q Band 1-2-3-43 County Band
2'3: Dance Band 33 Grotto Band 43 Boys'
Chorus 3'4Q Yearbook 4.
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Class Officer 1-2-3-43 Girls' Track 33 Girls' X
Baseball 33 Chorus 1-2-3-43 Sextette 2: MH'
jorette 1'2'3'4Q Home Ec Club 13 Cheer-
leader 1-2-3-43 Newspaper 43 Honor Society
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Class Officer 2"3'4: Cheerleader 2-43 Chorus
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Class Officer 25 Class Play 33 Baseball 3-4g
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Track 3g Baseball 2-3-43 Basketball 33 Chorus
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Chorus 1-2-3-4g Baseball 1-2-3-43 Track 2-3
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Basketball 2-33 Baseball 2-3-43 Boys' Chorus
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Boys' Chorus 3.
FRANCES JOHNSON fFranJ
Home Ec Club 13 Chorus 1-2-3-43 Select
Chorus 3-43 Newspaper 43 Baseball 43 Year-
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Home Ec Club 13 Class Play 43 Newspaper 43
Student Council 33 Newsreporter 43 Basketball
1-2-3-43 Baseball 1'2"3'4: Track 1-2-3-43
Chorus 3"4: Band 1-2-3-43 Dance Band 33
County Band 23 Grotto Band 4g Class Play 33
Newspaper 43 Yearbook 4.
LAWRENCE WINANS qcheesey
Boys' Chorus 1-2-41 Baseball 2-3-43 Basket-
ball 1-2-31 Class Play 33 Yearbook 4,
Basketball 1-25 Class Officer 23 Chorus 13
Baseball 3-42 Basketball 2'3"4: Track 3-43
Class Play 33 Honor Society 3-42 Yearbook 4.
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BENNY SEEMAN CHD
We, the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-eight, being in reasonably
good health and of questionably sound mind, do hereby make this, our last will and
testament. KAREN leaves her home runs so many to Beverly Haun who hasn't any.
JANE leaves her pretty red hair to Mr. Waters who uses Nair. FLORENCE leaves her
clothes so neat to Judy Summers with dancing feet. CLAUDIA leaves her size so tall
to Bobby Haun who is very small. PAUL leaves his fast red Dodge convertible to Bobby
Reinsburrow who moves like a turtle. LESLIE leaves his Chevrolet to Charlotte to
drive to school each day. LAWRENCE leaves his wandering big feet to Tom McDonald
who is trying to compete. DICK leaves his way with the girls to Dennis Hipple and all
his curls. CAROL leaves her happy giggle to Joyce Haun and her fancy wiggle. LARRY
leaves his dribbling speed to Bill Meeker who is in great need. JOANNE leaves her
pleasant way to Mary Harrison to use each day. MERLIN leaves his holstein dairy to
Edith Dennison who is always merry. SHIRLEY leaves her disappearing ways to Joyce
Parkhurst for future days. DAVE leaves his manners and speech to Bobby Ferry who
can use them each. JUDITH leaves her swimming tricks to anyone who goes to Clarks
Creek. BILL leaves his service tests so many to that Freshman boy named Kenny.
ROGER leaves his Dodges plenty to Kenny Vaupel who hasn't any. DANNY leaves his
English knowledge to any one who wants to go to College. BENNY-leaves his Poultry
farm to anyone who has Chicken Charm. ROBERT leaves his old Coon hounds for Paul
Luoma to chase around. BUD leaves his Mechanical skill to Dick Szabo who hopes he
will. JAMES leaves his faithful romance for someone else to take the chance. GEORGE
leaves his sideburns so long to Leroy Bailey who's coming along. FRANCES leaves her
speedy ways for Lyle Almburg to use in trackspring days. To MR. JONES we leave our
quiet study halls so there will be no more riots or brawls. To MR. BECK we leave a
new baseball team with lots more pep and much more steam. To MR. WATERS we
leave a lock of hair to prove he didn't use that Nair. To MRS. ROUSH we leave her
new machines which are pretty, pink and keen. To MRS. WRIGHT and all her crew
we leave the Home Ec Room so clean and new. To MR. BARBATO we leave our sing-
ing so loud in hopes he will draw a larger crown. To MR. NEAL for the intercom we
leave an instruction sheet to ease his busy days and save his feet. To MRS. CARNES
and all her charms we hope that next year her rooms will not be cold as barns. To
MISS KUSHAN we leave our throwing arms so when the riots start she can send out
alarms. To the COOKS we leave floors very clean in hopes no one will run over the
milk machine. To the JANITORS, BOB and RUSS we leave no muss so there will be no
fuss. To MRS. LEWIS with her smiling ways we leave high and low grades and busy
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As we look upon the class of '58 in the prosperous year of 1976, we find our class
bums, BARFAY and JONES, at Ralph's for their daily weed break. LESLIE BEACH is now
proprietor of his own Fritos Company, a chip off the old block. BILL HAUN has finally
made the grade with the Marines after his 75th attempt. Nice going, Bill, we were
behind you all the way. PAUL CLINGERMAN has monopolized all the wrecking ser-
vice in Northeastern Ohio. QWe always knew you had a knack for collecting junk,
Paul.j We find MISS JUDITH LAZIER trapping - that is for men. We find MRS.
RICHARDS, the former CAROL SHERRETT, editor of her own gossip column. MRS.
SHIRLEY MARKLE is now head of Markle's Kindergarten, Incorporated. QThey're all
hers, of course.J The Dahmens, BILL and JANE, are running a close race with the
Markle's and what the outcome will be, nobody knows. We could not interview
CLAUDIA SWINDLER as she is on tour with her horse show. We find JOANNE RATHBURN
has finally realized her lifelong dream as she became Miss America of 1976. BENNY
SEEMAN is now owner of his own "Cotton-Picken-Chicken-Plucker" Poultry Business.
FRANCES JOHNSON is still waiting for the return of her loved one from the Marines to
come home to her. LARRY SUVERISON is now Coach of the Fowler Wolverines which
has a 63 game winning streak. As the election of '76 comes up we find DAVE JOHN-
SON a strong candidate for President. FLORENCE NEAL is Dave's personal campaign
manager and his loving wife. We missed interviewing KAREN ALMBURG as she is
participating in the Olympics as the American Champion javelin thrower. We find
MERLIN CLUTE as President of the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colorado.
BUD SEABORN is now Service Manager of the Imperial Division of the Chrysler Corpora-
tion. One of these days he might be able to afford one, a Chrysler, that is. DICK
CARR is also attending the Olympics as Karen's private javelin Shiner. LAWRENCE
WINANS is now a Champion water skier, he needs no skis, his shoes serve the pur-
pose. BOB PETERSON is now President of the National Coon Hunting Association.
GEORGE BRADLEY, that crazy goon from Vienna, has finally won the Indianapolis 500
on roller skates. JIM TRIMBEL now owns a house construction company, thanks to
our beloved shop teacher, Mr. Waters.
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In September of 1946 we entered first grade. Our teacher was Mrs. James. There
were 29 students. Karen Almburg, Gene Bowler, Donna Carr, Gwen Clark, Donna
Griffin, Frances Johnson, Shirley McDonald, Joanne Rathburn, Norma Beck, Daxmy
Barfay, Leroy Bailey, Leslie Beach, Dinnis Brownlee, Teddy Carlton, Merlin Clute,
Robert Ferry, Raymond Graham, David Kennedy, Paul Luoma, Johnny Martin, Larry
Peters, Bud Seaborn, Larry Suverison, Wallace Hortman, and Harry Keller.
We do not remember too much about first grade, but we could never forget the
time Mrs. James tied Shirley in her seat because she would not stay in one place.
We entered the second grade and on checking our roll call we found that Paul
Luoma had decided to stay in the first grade, but as we had one new student our num-
ber was the same. Dave Johnson from Niles was our new member. Karen, how did
you like Mrs. McRoberts lap?
When we entered the third grade we found our class had been divided into two
groups. Our teachers were Mrs. McRoberts and Mrs. McBride. We had four new stu-
dents, Lillian Cowger, Herman Cowger, Sherrell O'Rourke, and Dick Carr. How
about that, Dick?
In the fourth grade Alma Callahan, Judith Lazier, Louis Crain, and Howard Mun-
ger joined our group. Our teacher was Mr. Procop. He was our first man teacher and
WOW! what a teacher!
Howard Munger was the only one who left us in the fifth grade. Our class was
divided again that year. The teachers were Mr. Allshouse and Mrs. Rosner.
In the sixth grade we had four new students: Bob Winans, Lawrence Winans,
Paul Clingerman, and Jane Foust. This was the year the boys started noticing the
girls are different.
As we entered the seventh grade, we were really pleased with ourselves because
we thought we were hot stuff and almost grown up. So we began the tedious task of
saving money for our trip to Washington. Our first money making project was the
magazine sales contest which we won. Our sponsor this year was Miss Kerola. We
lost one member, Louis Crain, because of an accidental death. Eddie Smith moved
to Vienna this year. Our only new student was Pete Evinsky.
No one could stand to leave us in the eighth grade. We lost the magazine sales
contest this year. Our sponsor was Mr. Wise. Pete Evinsky departed at the end of
We are now in high school. This was the year we were all waiting for. Our
home room was study hall. This was the year that the one and only Roger Jones of
Sharon entered our class. Our sponsor was Mr. Wise.
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In the tenth grade Florence Neal joined us, and Bob Winans and Alma Callahan
left. I guess Bob decided that army life was safer. Hey class, how about that hay ride
we had when two boys attacked a girl with a pumpkin? Our sponsor was Mr. Jones.
In our eleventh year of school, Romance was the main subject. We had a number
of projects this year which set our bank account booming. In the spring we gave the
Seniors a prom. Our class play was entitled, 'The Whiz Kids. " We had two new
students Claudia Swindler and Jim Trimble. Mrs. Roush was our sponsor.
We entered our Senior year in 1957. We find that Gwen Clark and Ruth Uber have
left us with a ring on their left hand finger. This year our sponsor is Mr. Neal, our
teachers are Mrs. Carnes, Mrs, Roush, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Kushan, Mr. Jones, Mr. Neal
Mr, Beck, Mr, Waters, Mr. Barbato.
The Juniors gave a prom in our honor in May. Our Senior play was in May also.
Shirley and Jane are planning on changing their names in the near future,
We are eagerly looking forward to commencement, and the trip to Washington.
Although we may be glad to be out of school, but we will never forget all the good
times we have had together.
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On October 12, 1952, our hearts were
saddened by the news ofthe death of our
fellow-student and friend, Louis Crain.
Louis entered our school in 1949 as a first
grader. He was killed by an accident in
the seventh grade. It is hard for us to
realize that his place is now empty.
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Bettiker, Gaylene Crain, James Bequeath,
Bonnie Uber, Marion Candelore, Gary
Hippie, Jeanne Coates, Wayne Sigler,
Gary Rising, Judy Groves, Mary Harrison,
Jerrylynn Thumm, Barbara Haun, Louise
Yungbuuth, Betty Quimby, Howard
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Donna Wissinger, Vera Jean Jarvis, Russel
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Ronald Howell, Susan Campbell, Jane
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Kish, Tom Barfay, Carlynn Anderson,
Joe Scott, Andy Thomas.
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First row, left to right: Mrs.
Rosner, Richard Rock, Claudia
Gail, John Rudy, Norma Jean
Smigrocky. Second row: Frances
Engler, Linda Silk, Richard
Luoma, Charles Gaylog, David
Rausch. Third row: Kim Bert-
iker, Judith Sheward, Larry
Sigler, Terry Wike, Larry Mc-
Donald, Fourth row: John
Gosnell, Richard Noderer,
Margaret Brainard, Patricia
Culver, Catherine Cook. Fifth
row: Marlene Geis, David
Kerns, Sixth row: Donald Stauf-
fer, Joline Simmerman, David
Biglow, Mary Cleland, Carl
Bloomstine, Seventh row:
Phyllis Clute, Carol Wilson,
Mary Jane Vaupel, Michael
Phillips, Mary Lou Haun.
Eighth row: Kathy Goodhart,
Dale Richardson, Louise Micha-
lec, David Kinleyside, Joe
Cetar. Ninth row: Carol Sum-
mers, Janet Davis, Cynthia
Hewirt, Pat Riley, Jeannette
First row, left to right: Bobby
Eastwood, Terry Morrison, Larry
Powell, Curtis Penrose, Don' J
Noderer, Second row: Lynda
Wike, Karen Bowser, Janet
Vargo, Alan Hill, Charlene
Cook. Third row: James Good-
hart, Patty Wissinger, Kathy
Mlzicko, Janet Thumm, Cathy
Luoma. Fourth row: Wanda
Rhine, Bobby Hewitt, Richard
Williams, John Bicinnotti, Pat
Phillips. Fifth row: William
McCallion, Violet Ferry, Lynn
Keith, Paul Carr, Sixth row:
Mrs. McBride, Paula Carr,
Peter Harrison, Kathy Nicula.
Left Side, left to right: Scott
Simmerrnan, Jeffery Parent,
Frank Graziano, Dorian Quinn,
Charles Foust, Kathy Martin-
owski, Brynith Rausch, Billy
Moy, James Martin, Irene
Gayloy, Ronald Ferry, Fred
Youngbluth, Ricky Meister,
Right Side, left to right: Donna
Silk, Frank Czako, Ardaith
Alderman, Loretta Noderer,
Billy Cleland, Janice Griffin,
Mary Ann Brown, Tim Good-
hart, Ronald Seaborn, Jane
Micholec, Mrs. Griffin, Jeri
First row, left to right: Freidrick Morrison, Leilani Hichcock, Spencer Kilgore,
Nancy Rising, Eleanor Suverison, Rose Martinowski. Second row: Philip Trough,
Karen Wike, Marilyn Griffin, Terry Almburg, Dale Coates, Robert Marshall.
Third row: Barbara Jones, Robert Fabrey, Marsha Woods, Mrs. Muriel Noftsinger,
Linda Summers, Kenneth Brainard.
First row: Ronald Jewell, Betty Siembieda, Betty Rudy. Second row: Cheryl
White, William Rausch, Maria Trumbull, Carl Grote, Linda Williams, Wolf-
gang Grote. Third row: Cheryl Gowdy, Robert Greenier, Darlene Dennison,
Cynthia Anderson, Lorena Biglow, Sharen Barker,
First row, left to right- Susan Vargo, Jeffrey Stein, Frank Kish, George Gosnell, Eugene
BSU. KHINYH Lazier, Richard Yungbluth, Michael Richardson. Second row: William
Summers, Linda Duirba, Edward Grote, Deborah Moffitt, John Nicula, Linda Wissinger,
Gertrude Harrison, David Powell. Third row: Kathy Siembieda, Patricia Tustin, Paul
Armstrong, Mark Meister, Judy Penrose, James Seaborn, Douglas Bowser, Shaye Hitch-
cock, Fourth row: Deborah Pickens, Michael Greenier, Alan Meister, Fifth row:
Patricia Luoma, Shirley Campbell, John Czako, Arline Bettiker, Roger Williams, Kathy
Gosnell, Charles Dahman, Robert Prentice. Sixth row: Gary Doak, Roger Tabery,
Margaret Sutter, Timothy Walsh, Patricia Cetar, Robert James, Robert Cleland, Barbara
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Top row, left to right: Kenneth Webber, Lawrence Winans, Don Spencer, Merlin Clute
Second row: Coach Frank Beck, Bill Meeker, Bud Seaborn, Tom James, Windsor Ander
son, Ed Meeker, Dick Carr, Kenneth Vaupel. First row: Lyle Almburg, Darryl James,
James Gress, Chester Smith, Maurice Clute, Larry Suverison.
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Byerly, Joyce Haun, Nancy Clute, Frank Beck, Coach. First row: Carol Boyles, Claudia
Sfvindler, Carol Sherrett, Frances Johnson, Charlotte Peters, Florence Neal, Judy Wilson.
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Kenneth Webber, Larry Suverison, Ed Meeker, Darryl James, Merlin Clute, Bud Seaborn
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Frances Sutter, Harvey Gress, Paula Smigrocky, Carol Sherrett, Carolyn Gail, Darryl
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Top row: Nancy Clute, Judy Schwartz, Janet Thompson, Mary Jane Vanpel, Cynthia
Hewitt. Joanne Rathburn, leader, Janice Coates, Phyllis Clute, Janice Clark, Sharlene
Penrose. Front row: Mary Lou Haun, Mary Cleland, Caroline Kerns, Janet Vargo,
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The student body would like to extend its
congratulations to these students.
Fowler High School made history this year by holding its first Homecoming. Joanne
Rathburn was elected Homecoming queen by the student body and Claudia Swindler was
chosen Maid of Honor,
A dance was held following the Homecoming.
Attendants, left to right: Charlotte Culver, Peggy Byerly, Florence Neal, Shirley
McDonald, Joanne Rathburn QQueenj, Claudia Swindler fMaid of Honorj, Jane Foust,
Beverly Haun, Carla Clark.
Escorts, left to right: Leslie Beach, Herbie Thompson, Jim Haun, Dave Johnson,
George Bradley, Merlin Cute, Bud Seaborn, Larry Suverison, Jim Stewart, Windsor
Anderson, Lyle Almburg.
First row - Attendants, left to right: Linda Meister, Jerryln Thumms, Charlotte
Peters, Bonnie Uber, Vera Jean Jarvis.
Escorts - left to right: Allen McCarthy, James Gress, Tim Jarvis.
Patty Tunstin fFlower girly, Robert Jones QCrown Bearerj, Penny Bettiker QTrain
Bearerj, Linda Diurba QTrain Bearerj, Shay Hitchock fFlower Girll.
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Kinsman, Ohio Rt, 90
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Kinsman, Ohio U, S. 422 8: 46 Junction
Open 'I A.M. to 1 A.M.
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Bristolville, Ohio Warren, Ohio
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East Mecca Warren, Ohio
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158 High St, Cortland, Ohio
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Everything in Sportswear Rt, 90
104 High St. Zi Miles North of Fowler
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Vienna, Ohio Phone NE-74102
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Vienna, Ohio Auto, Life, Fire, Hospitalization
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Vienna, Ohio Vienna, Ohio
CORTLAND FUEL AND SUPPLY SACH'S JEWELRY
Cortland, Ohio 118 E. Market St,
CORTLAND LUMBER COMPANY H. G. DOWNS STUDIO
Cortland, Ohio 120 Market St.
CORTLAND RETAIL MERCHANTS
BIGGINS ELECTRIC CO,
WOLLAM INSURANCE AGENCY
Compliments, DR, AND MRS, SHAFER
LOVE'S FUNERAL HOME
RAY'S PAINT AND BODY SHOP
KEN PAYNE AUTO SALES
Compliments of R, W, COOK
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SMELKO'S SWIMMING CLUB
Swimming at the Best
COVER LUMBER AND SUPPLY
3 Miles North of Fowler
MCDONALDS SERVICE AND
PETRAK AND WOLLAM OIL COMPANY
HALL'S ASHLAND SERVICE
Corner RS and North River Rd.
LAY'S FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE
H, L, SCOTT, GAS AND OIL
Compliments of VIENNA PHARMACY
Compliments of FRANK STEELE
WARREN FLORISTS ASSOCIATION
WARREN MAYTAG COMPANY
312 E. Market St.
STROUSS HIRSHBERG'S STORE
103 W. Market St.
A, G, BIRRELL FORD AGENCY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FARMDA LE HARDWARE
Compliments of DR, DON I, CHIONCHIO
KINSMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING
KINSMAN ZERO LOCKERS
LEWIS MILLER AND SON, FLORISTS
Corner High and Vine
GOVERNOR'S INSURANCE AGENCY
WILSON'S ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
HOFFMAN IRON AND STEEL CO,
HART'S JEWELRY CO, , INC,
1"l0 North Park Ave.
140 North Park Ave,
WARREN AUTOMOTIVE COMPANY
147 Pine St.
ALLEN'S HOME BAKERY
2500 Mahoning Ave.
J. S. Durig Company
Excavating and Landscaping
3680 North River Road
Roger's Lumber Company
3638 Belmont Ave.
Youngstown 4, Ohio
William A, Gail
Rathburn's Sohio Service
Ph. Ne. 7-2227
Schusters Fine Foods
Jack Strange, Sohio Service
Newrnaster's General Store
Bidwell, The Optician
North Park Ave.
Guarnieri's Candies and
W, W, Lawrence Paint and
299 W. Market St.
Eaton-Conley Insurance Agency
Ph, Ne. 74661
Adams Insurance Agency Co.
Albert Guarnieri 8: Co.
Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
1133 E, Market
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