Garfield Heights High School - Garfield Yearbook (Garfield Heights, OH)

 - Class of 1952

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E1 I A X N3 I 952 GARFIELD PIONEER YEARBOOK STAFF EDITORS Janet Run? and Hennetta Warner ASSISTANT EDITORS Jeannette Cheraso and Mary Lou Sever PHOTOGRAPHERS Fred Klelnschmldt and Domlnlc Rocco ADVISOR Mr Harold Kimball 1' ASSISTANT ADVISOR sg Q Mr Ralph Wlher SOCIAL CALENDAR Joan Blazey and Elaine McSweeney MIRROR ANNIVERSARY 11 Q X "' June NevlIIe ATHLETICS Jock 'Iunlson BIII Schleberl Richard Plgnahello ASSOCIATE YEARBOOK MEMBERS Ed Schuman EIaune Kos'reII Jane Metzger Carol Kust Florence Harrison Marulyn Loreta Pubhshed by GARFIELD HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL 4900 TURNEY ROAD GARFIELD HEIGHTS OHIO I dmlnlstratlon OLUS H SCHAAF FRANK J KNIOLA JACK F WILSON Chuef Executuve and President Clerk Treasurer and Manager Superuntendent of Schools of Buuldlngs and Grounds EARL F BAHM MRS SARAJANE COFFE DONALD E MANTEL MRS ANNA H PETERS Vnce Presndent Board Member Board Member Board Member WHOSOEVER WILL BE CHIEF AMONG YOU LET HIM BE YOUR SERVANT Our Board of Educatlon has set us a hugh standard for good communuty servuce Let each of us be guuded by theur example It ns an honor to be chosen by ones own fruends and neighbors to membership on a board whuch controls the very destunnes of the chnldren of the commumty but that IS about the only reward which a board member receives Hls oath of offuce makes hum ummeduately responsuble to the State Department of Educatuon for carryung out the provlslons of state law whlch deal with the education of cnhzens Most board members render service far ln excess of that whnch ns requlred by law They attend not only the regular monthly board meetnngs but many others which are called for the consnderatnon of special problems Each board member devotes three to fave hours of valuable tnme to each meetmg and serves on varnous specnal commnttees between sessions All thus ns done wlllmgly and without thought of pay for no reward us greater than the satns factlon of havung been a good and faithful servant of ones fellow man Q O Q as . 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' , ' '- 2 rincipal Congratulatuons to the Garfueld Puoneer Yearbook staff for thus record of the 1951 52 school year whuch ut has prepared un attractuve format to provude many pleasant memorues for the future to all of the one thousand and more students who wull be pruvuleged to read the book Members of the 1952 graduatung class wull especually fund happuness un recallung the pleasant assocuatuon of thus school year as they scan these pages un the years ahead You of the class of 1952 are now lounung the ranks of all those everywhere who have en Ioyed the pruvuleges and who bear the responsubulutues of publuc school educatuon Your names wull be enrolled un that organuzatuon un whuch membershup can be obtauned only by graduat ung from Garfueld Heughts Hugh School The Garfueld Heughts Hugh School Alumnu Assocuatuon As alumnu you wull loun wuth the former graduates un promotung the welfare of your hugh school so that future classes wull have the advantages needed for successful happy luvung un Ameruca The best wushes of your pruncupal and your teachers go wuth you as you take up the leadershup and responsubulutues whuch are rughtfully yours un the world of tomorrow Congratulatuons are due the parents of all of you for theur splendud cooperatuon un makung an excellent program of educatuon un Garfueld Heughts possuble CHARLES P LINDECAMP Pruncupal 3 , . - I fs-ww.. 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JANET RUNT jf?-rfrf' A s Y een less nce K socla qoK Yea ook nce rslanf ,af ?0'l,,Q Omce Assnsfancg . 2 mv 5' O boa? oslan C ub Clhzenshup ,J Scholdvdw p Cfllzenslhp nnguncej tate 3 esfs M ueen Cblwaqk Gled CIub'f I g T BERlY RICHER Track Scholarshlp Clhzenshlp Llbrarlnn DOMINIC ROCCO Movie Operator 42 Pep Band in-1' Bond '-I f Sfage Guild 44 Showboal " Yearbook Stoll Phofogrupher P A fall Hall Guards RALPH SAMMON Intramurals Whnrlo Hall Guards A Science Clu Band fl lpxl hlro Intromura Scuence Club Homeroom Olllcer librarian nlors, une 1952 IWW ANTHONY SARANTOS Intramurals Homeroom Ottlcer WALTER ISCHERLER Fa o t b a I I Basketball Baseball Scuef ce Club Whlrlo Hr Y Mirror Staff S h o w b o at Intramurals Homeraom Omcer Lettermen s Club Honor Assembly librarian 1v ffl ,V v M sg fr I r cue ee m If rals G A ch Tests ders Bguness GI Mfchbbarf Clwntvtw B oster b nor a sh: QI? IW ' ssvzmv scuolrz Cfllde Assistant Boloster Club G A A hlrlo Business Garls Club Cahzenshlp Intramurals Y Teen Showboqt Science Club Glee Club HlTeen MARILYN SCHROEDER G A A YTeen Booster Club Cltlzenshlp f Leaders Intramurals Science Club Swrtchboard Llbrarlan L V Scholarslup ,pw 'bg,..-...- 'M' DONALD S U ntr S e c Cl Cltlze ll ,X QW Wrest g ---If yxrc O I-'95 'I nr or Staff' te Tests Scholarshlp Lgufffllgjy ster C crate oo earb KL E Ito 5 Irs u A of Spclent Rep sen es G A fntramura ssvstant H JAMES SHUSTER Intramurals KENNETH SMEJKM W Track Wrestling Intrarlhurals Hall Guards Science Club Movie Operator ll.llAM SMITH Scnence Club Whlrlo Movne Operator Stage Guild Intramurals Homeroom Officer Hn Y Hall Guards Llbranan Canteen Commuttee I' 0 . Q . C xx' r 0 , I I Icom? s ' , ff 4: . . . l I x I I e ' f ,I it as 1 ' I V" I W ' In a ' ' XJ I I 1 . so C l V xx f ' ' I i, , f D I , fx 4 , I ,V J M I 7 , , Y , 1 ' I - S 9 6 sl - 'fft X ' ' off , ' ' ' ' f ' f ' , H ,CI . . 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' K I V . - V rl .V , - .. -J , I5 Seniors. une 952 l 1 'I ,vi -sud' wlwm ,plsynfnsou .-4 Scisaefflub """"4' Q-:Tv FRANClS SNYDER Football Baslmetbgll Baseball Hr Y Whlrla Ho Guards I Omce Asslstanf Intramurals f 'gifgw Canteen Commnttee Honor Assembly FRANK SPEN Bandfds fgtltk U N P alas wbowboahv V W dance, Lettermens Club CAROL SPREITZER Class Officer Homeroom Omcer Crtrzenshup G A A Intramurals Business Grrls Club Hostess Club Booster Club Queen s Attendant FRANK STAWICKI Movne Operator Scrence Club Hall Guards Intramurals "4' WWW 'xl 'Y':J"" WV? 4 N9 ara MM, M mm ubxxshyl WW -J Uv' ,V -ef 'zz' I, 5g I J' -v- few- PUR- "4!""" ZWIQWW Q" -v K...-v unnn' STRI5Zl G X A ugnn s Gills ll Whlrlo Sc! ce Clib, XToen Showbabt Booster Club lllntro murals Crhzenshrp Gled Club Honor Assembly HlTeen JOHN SICZESNY Science Club Movre Operator Stage Gurld Intramurals Hall Guards LEONARD TANYKI B n . P Band n a s J St olar hrp I II diauds om Officer Sgrencz Cab f ?pl-e Te s lk'N lfvla Honor S0 kfy CLEM NT TAUSCH F06 ball Baseball Homeroom Omcer Intramulbl HIY Hell Guards Csflzensblp Ben Schoo GA gif n ras My C l L, LOUIS TOTH Spannsh Club Science Club Intramurals Scholarshup State Tests Homercom Officer .IOANNE TRAVIGUA G A A Y Teen Intramurals Cltlzenshlp Leaders Showboat I Whrrlo Booster Clu Hn Teen Scholarship Seniors, Qi Natuonal Honor Socnety JOYCE TRU CI Cb een H Q Legg fhw ture T ers o eric roo IC r B ser ntr lf0f u n Attend Natrona or So WVM M1 TED TRZASKA C I I I A J n ramura s if J Cmzenshup 1 f Honor Scholarship JACK TUNISON Homeroam Oflicer Wrestlnng Scnence Club HIY Yearbook Staff Intramurals lettermen s Club une 1952 HU! Nm.. RICHARD TUPA Holy Name Hugh School 1 PU! L' QL VY!!-IOANE KICI7 r ramur Q ow t cle e Club' B? lrlo 4, 'A jA Y Tee r ll T nllf r I P C elllloyqzbr gf rsz War? Af L I-UI' C ARLINE VARGO F X-, caster Cl FWI1 igiir oamfbiicg O e gr Asslstan t pen 'Hu ee larshlp cam ll- OJ ef MGM tm llsfifgff' A'-vs Q Q ' x V I 1 . - f I I 1 I , , , LL- . fx' ," ' .f IV , MINI' 1 J . - - ' fl - I 5 . ri .XX QL 'yr - jjbflfis . 'f' N. " V - , I L ' v 'l ' H .I 0 "I Ln. LV V, ' , f -1 . , , Y . ' ' -" I H I A' I 'I 1. ' .Nj ,il ", Lldbgl ,' ' Cyn hp"-' .Ll ' . I, V A ., , AJ , A- ' .M fx C1 fa R L we '- , l V, .url Al 5, lu' LIP' , lfho , o I , . 'A. 'UI' I , 'V " x If e , l I- N bf Wa' 1 , , , ' 9 lv ' .. T: I., .h Q U ' , . , L s,i cl p.. 7,47 C 1. ffn " . ' ' 0 Lg .f fl or ., s" I ,Y OJ' K Mr.,,s,..fl in A Q ' UQ VT en hb ' at,. -Q N Q , Ed, , ss ce L , y, --- C M I Q -, f ' . n ' V 1 C" e , 1 . I ' 1 T .fi tp, 5' ' 5 5' ' S." P' H ,-dz ff' I n A 1, ' np: - ' 1' F' ' ."' . X- , ly A -144 I l I 'NMI' M-f I ,D of IVL WX ' V L- fi Q ' f" I 1 .tc ' ---J J V at 4, . ' .. . J., 1,4 I Y . Alf" C A I r ' 'Y . ,fy ' 1 J. 'WLM , I lg: 'A .i - J Pl. I f . 1 I . , v ' D V R ' s c ' S V f I '- s I ' ' wg, . 1 'YP I7 I' ,, H ,Z p' Seniors, I J l I J ,- as ' ff 1" 'JQYCE lui , I JY Bond, Orch , P Bai d, . A., Y- en, Bcipgr Club, J truglrals, Wkljyklg, leader ow-I ' V 'L-' boat, Oflife AssiIap+g Pen Bel' 4' 2 V' J ' A A ff :S I, I Showbaat M Y' Scholarship 4 Science Club , K ,f MARILYN wfcn ' ' I' Intramurals I ' "' Citizenship fl 1 Al I 'H X ' We - A I B , , A yr-- Slub, Hi-Teen, C izenslllpgl' 1 SHELDON WALKERK' ,L'f'A'3' In S Bond K' A!" llf Pep Band 1,-K ,iff LLYLI M-I I", Orchestra ,jlfff-J 'if' lu' rufzflf Intramurals QLZJL ' 1" " L Citizenship A V J Ally' 'ig' Kyra' Homeroom Officer li K. ,H--'Q All Choral ,ju lf JEAN WARZINSKI G. A. A. Booster Club Intramurals Y-Teen Showboat John Adams High School HENRIETTA G. A. K 8 une 1952 EDWARD WIESE 6" , V,-A e .ff C' X LL was Wa C 'gswk csflwf X I 'I f, 3 4 VV , J ROBERT YANKY fc ,V-v Homeroom Officer Intramurals Librarian DONALD ZAKER Hall Guards Ushers Club Science Club Citizenship 3 , DANIEL ZAYICEK Hall Guards I Intramurals I Citizenship C Scholarship I ' ' THOMAS ZELAZNY Science Club Movie Operator Hall Guards Choral Baseball Manager Showbaat K Q Y Y " C 1 s- fo' ,J Senlors. KENNETH ZEMANJ Football Wrestlang Track Band Orc estra HIY Scnence Club Letermens Club P p Band Homeroom Officer Intramurals Showboat ,wstgivrw ,af It 1 4 ff! une 195 f J' lbw V' rw ,Q X Rows CAVELLI V fa' Football T r a c lc C teen om m ee Whurla I t am ral Scnence Club Homeroom Officer Cntuzenshup H: Y North Holly wood Hugh School our Golden Years The best of freshmen we thought we were We were known as green but we felt secure For we suffered two years the seventh and eighth And overcame our fears but stlll had to walt Our party came and went one mght The next clay wed cheer and fight fight fight Then our basketball team sure dad wun For we came home wlth a tltle and a grin As happy sophomores we were getting somewhere The dance was tops nts hard to compare Wnth streamers balloons and flowers so brlght We danced In a dream far out In the nught Our basketball team was tops thus year For they went to Columbus with a cheer We lost the game right from the start They re stall our champs we know that by heart In our lunlor year we felt like knngs Especially after we ve gotten our rings The prom was the best ever by far Everyone there hitched thenr dreams to a star We had our dance right here In the gym Very gally decorated wlth the llghts down dum The paper sale really was a huge success How much we collected, youd never guess And now we are sensors at dear Garfneld Hugh With real tears and sorrow we'll say good bye When we thunk of our prom, dinner, banquets and such We only realize that we'll muss you so much Our pictures and cords came with such flurry Now when we thank of nt, why dud we hurry In plcklng the senior who we thunk IS Ideal We know we'll muss Garfneld a great, great deal By MARILYN SCHROEDER 'I9 I . 1 . -fy .J rj!! . 'T - . 1 . . , I J, , X V AVA , 1 1- ,, we is 1, ,M 1 ,JV ,.r . 1 5 , Q J, fuk, a JJ V E , 4 , -f U ,pf ., I ,I N ff' - --0 ' "t ..... ffii. ' Av' la! ' ' N M' 'S v, " .I , Q h , ' , 'Z Q in , ' , n r u 5, l , ' ,.,, 2 f f t Y s , L , , , . . . , , 1 . I I I , . , . . , . I e Storv of the ver of Tlm Jeannette I dont know much about all these chemucols we re muxung together do you? Mary Lou asked as she reached for a battle contaunung some blue substance whuch was o the top shelf un the chemustry lab No but lets see what we can star up You know the other day I was reading about the fourth dumensuon They say that once you acquure thus you can look back over the post vuew the present and see unto the future but there us a secret sub stance whuch us the only means of obtaunung ut explauned Jeannette and I sure would luke to mux thus formula together Just then Mary Lou poured some of the unlabeled blue Iuquud unto the muxture that was before them and WHOOSHIII They were un a helncopter loakung over the RIVER OF TIME whuch was un the form of a large S Thus us ut' Mary Lou crued Thus IS the fourth dumensuon"' They saw the past the present and the future They thought ut would be lust dandy If they would fly theur helucopter around the bend of the RIVER OF TIME and park themselves un the future I967 As they approached the rounding curve that brought them to the years ahead the first famuluar face that they saw was Sadue Jones the noted photographer who was taking pictures of Annue Lang the famous figure skater I seems she was cluckung shots of all professuonal people who par tuclpate un modern sports Among the others wautung to have theur pucture taken were Ron Gerbasu who us playung pro bose ball for the Cleveland lnduans Fran Snyder the famous thurd baseman of the Boston Red Sox Berly Richer o well known track star Ruchard Covellu the new champuon bowler and belueve ut or not Aggie Puerog the famous gurl stock car racer Incudentally these puctures were beung taken to appear un the Garfield Heughts Leader whuch us now beung eduted by Fred Kleunschmudt These people were also beung untervuewed by statuon ABCD Next they came to Paradise Island where they found Danny Poluvodo enloyung Iufe very much for he was marrued to beautuful blonde They then saw many beautuful mansuons and much to theur surprise they found that the owners were old fruends of theurs One by one they sow the homes of Ed Fern Duck Cooper Bob Hepworth Ken Coopy and Sam Sarantas These homes were all guant structures and one more elaborate and beautuful than the other wlth every druveway occupued wuth a streamluned lumousune It seemed that Mary Lou and Jeannette had parked themselves on a smooth surface whuch they thought to be ground but as they got out of theur helicopter they found that they were on top of the Telephone Buuldung The buuldung had no wures around ut and they thought that to be strange They started to enter the buuldung and upon enterung the door they saw a sugn whuch read TELEVISION TELEPHONE COMPANY From that sugn they gathered that now people could see wuth whom they were speakung over the phone On the maun floor of the company they saw Marulyn Schroeder chuef swutchboard operator and the desk next to hers was occupied by Monica Boczek who us also a swutchboard operator The color scheme was lust magnlficent for the walls were of Iught green and the ceulung was a beautiful shade of lavender They had buult un Iughts whuch were of course all fluorescen and shone whuch ever color you preferred All you had to do was to press button very complicated They asked at the unformatlon desk who had been the contractor of thus buuldung and they found that John Szczesny was the sole contractor After walkung around so long they decuded to quench theur thurst with a drunk of water As they were lookung for a fountaun they came across o hallway connectung the Telephone Buuldung to a hospital The reason for thus they found out later us so that emergency calls can be made quucker In the mossuve hosputal they found Dr Sam Kalousdlan the most skulled surgeon being operated upon by o patient Those ac componyung the patient who was Pat Leulzzu takung lute easy at the tume were nurses Aggue Lawson Arlune Vargo and Helen Peckman when un walked Betty Lou Helda wha was also o nurse to unform Dr Kalousduan of some umportant bus: ness whuch concerned hus patient Also un thus hospital they learned that Dr Eugene Popuelec speech and hearung theropust was now workung on a twenty year old patuent who llsped and that Bull Kroenke was o chemust un the hosputal laboratory All of a sudden they heard a loud nouse Out of curuosuty they ran to a wmdow and fell out and much to theur surpruse they found Jum Shuster and Bull Smolunsku havung a motorcycle race Thus dudnt last too long though because patrolman Duck Rawluns arrested them for speeding and dlsturbung the peace He had them follow hum to the police statuon and when Mary Lou and Jeannette got up from theur fall they followed too On the way they passed the Haverlack Car Agency owned by Frank Haverlack Muano s Fruut and Vegetable Store owned by Benny Muano Walts Shoe Stare managed by Walt Scherler and Rons Gas Statuon operated by none other than Ron Kollsh Upon arruvung at the pollce station Mary Lou and Jeannette found Joanne Turkovuch F B I narcot agent who was lust closung the books on a case of a gang of very notorious narcotuc peddlers She explained to us that an closung thus case she had the dependable and of Mary Jane Hown who us also an F B I agent LeRoy Osowsku of the Secret Servuce department and Clare Delooze a crume porter for a local newspaper Explaunung to those who were around that they had to be on theur way they hopped on the two motorcycles that were parked outside and rode down the maun thoroughfare Rudung along with nothung on theur rnunds and not seeung a sugn whuch read Bettys Dance Studuo t their amazement they found themselves un the lobby of Betty Balczers school of danclng As they talked to Betty for a whale she told them of the modern Roblnhood of 1967 Tom Czerny who had mode thousands of poor people happy and lubrary of actresses and actors She had collected I000 000 000 00O5'A movle stars puctures The '4 being Maruo Lanzas wavy hour part of a pucture that she had torn from a crazy teenager at hus recent appearance The dance studua was surrounded by a vast forest whuch could be seen for mules around Bull Leppert and Don Schumacher were the forest rangers who were helpung to protect the RIVER OF TIMES forest After they had left the studuo they came across a huge slope of beautiful green grass and on the other sude they saw a Rudung Academy and by Iookung at the sugn whuch read Dolores Schoephs Rudung Academy they thought that they mught as well drop un to see her so they dud She asked Have you heard of the famous hunter who was brave as o bear and who shot ten of the fiercest wolves Coll boy grad uates of G H H SJ un thus reguon of the country? they replued and she saud hus name was Louue Balczer Frank Hurst who luved about an acre or two down the way not very for and Joan Hoffman hus neughbor two acres from hum owned ranches with cattle horses and dogs Larry Dudar was very famous for the wonder corn he grew on hus forty acre farm One of Farmer Dudars helpers a cowboy from the North was Dan Kensku All these country folks stood along the sude of the road and gazed as Mary Lou and Jeannette whuzzed by an theur motorcycles Rudlng on about an hour or two a huge buuldung came vuew They soon found out that ut was a new Garfield Heughts Hugh School designed by an orchutect named Rowe Cavellu and a carpenter Rich Pugnatuello Leavung theur motorcycles out un the bucycle rack they entered the buuldung The first class they saw In session was Mr Jae Kerns chemistry class They then decuded to vusut the gym to get a work out While they were tryung to locate the gym they found Muss Marulyn Holuckys English class glvung theur memoruzed speeches from Macbeth Right across the hall Mr Ken Smelkals hustory class was dus cussung the modern Eunsteun Gerald Malak who had recently unvented a get propelled automobule As they walked o luttle further down the hall and turned a corner they found them selves rught un front of the gym door They pressed a button O O Of H , - . . . .- , , , . . ,, . . . . . . . . n U I I ,, , . 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I . I - . . . . . . ,, . . . , . , . ,, . . . ,, . . . . , . . . . . . - . I ' ' - - - 1, H - - H U H . I - If - , H - - - H - H - - - - If . H , H . , , , H , - U , , - ' ' , an . . . ics I l . I . . , . S I I . . . I . I ' . re- . . .I . . - I . I . I I I I - ' I . -I - uf , In O . . , a . . I . , . . . . . . . ,, . ,, f , . . ' . . . I Sally Neal who is now a sports announcer for a local television the rich people mad. She also told them about Dolores Romano's I I ' ' ' I I I- . . , . , . . , f I ' ff . I . . . U I f . , . . . , , , 1 - , u . . . . 1 . . H , - - H , I , . . I , . U . . . . . ,, . . - I . I I I - - - ul HNOIH ' , . . I I I . ' I I ' . I I I . I . ' I I ' - - 1, u. - , . . , , - - , , , . . . , . - . . , , . . . a ' ' ' ' in . , . , . . . I . . . . I . . , . , , . . . . . . . ,, ,, , 2 , ' u - I . ' I e Star of the IV 1' of lm fConhnuedl which opened the door and they heard the thunderous voice of Coach Ken Zeman who was demonstrating some unique wrestling techniques As they walked on they tripped over the handle of a trap door and before you could say Myxelplak they found themselves in the girls gym lnstructlng the class was Miss Barbara Dubbs who Informed them that Miss June Neville and Miss Beverly Delmore were also physical education teachers All of a sudden they heard music notes from a flute Following the notes they came across Mr Dan Nawrocki the music teacher leading his students In Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer novelty number in preparation for a teachers tea They walked from the band room to a private passageway and then through It outdoors to the bicycle rack As they looked about they saw the old Garfield Heights High School being used as an elementary school Teaching there they found Miss Patricia Mirous and Miss Nora Root who were very pleased with their busy students and Miss Joyce Trublano who was operating a childrens nursery in the building After chatting a few minutes with Joyce they learned that Barbara Flower was a well known social worker in that vicinity and Joan Radecki was very happy warkmg with children an an orphanage They left the elementary school bulldlng and strolled over to the bike rack and hopped on their motorcycles agam Lets go to a movie suggested Jeannette Swell said Mary Lou So they rode down the street a few blocks and they saw a modern movie theater Starrmg the picture Stabbed Twice and then Shot was our own Al Peterre They stopped to look at the advertisements to find out that Al was playing the role of a blood curdlmg killer who killed twelve men and then died of shock After they sat through the picture twice they staggered out into the lobby and bumped into Joanne Travlglla who told them that she had built the theater and is now operating it incidentally the been a very exciting and tiring day for they had seen and talked with many of their old friends who graduated from G H H S in 1952 and so they decided to find a hotel and retire for the doy They found a very luxurious place to stay named the Lavish Hotel and as they registered their names they found that it was owned and operated by their old friend Dominic Rocco Dominic gave them the best suite and told them he was at their service Their room was very beautiful with gorgeous color combinations and the furniture was magnificent and highly polished They went to the kitchen to get a drink of water for they were very dry after riding on their motorcycles all afternoon As they reached the kitchen they sow the sink had over flowed with water so Mary Lou ran to the living room to call room service while Jeannette waded to the sink The management told them that they would send up a plumber right away Three hours had passed and still no sign of a plumber Fmally he came and who do you suppose he was"' Well none other than Jack Tunlson They asked him what took him so long and Jack said that he was detained because the wash tub In the basement of his home had overflowed and he had a rough time swimming out of it for he didnt know how to swim very well After the sink was fixed thmgs began to quiet down a little and so they decided to retire for the day When they awoke in the morning the newspaper was showing from beneath the door and they picked it up to read it Some of the ads were very astonishing for they saw ads something like these Do you want to deal with dependable business men"' See the two very honest and dependable men Sheldon Walker and Ralph Sammon You will find the very best of lmoleum at Cook Tauschs Linoleum Store Have you had your picture taken lately? If not you will find that Don Callahan and Rudy Cergol can do the best touch up labs in the country at their Photo Photo Shop As they turned to the front page their mouths dropped down to their chms for they saw a huge picture of Grace Ratusmk noted millionaire with her fourteen children As they leafed through the pages they saw Ray Puntos picture and underneath it they read that he had collected over a billion and a half old coins They turned to the sports page and a large picture smacked them right in the face The picture was of Dino Lucarelll who was pro baseball star They then looked into the want ads of the paper and found Don Anthonys ad from D 8. As Food Store who needed help at the meat counter They then read an article telling of May and Hams Beauty Shop operated by Nancy May and Lynn Hamilton They were advertising their fine poodle hour cuts that they give free if you pay for having the hair dyed washed dry cleaned boiled and curled They also saw In the fashion section a beautiful gown made of nylon marqulsette and taffeta designed by Frances Dasko who is now married and has the two most welldressed children in town Soon there was a knock at the door and as they opened It they found Shirley Blazma clothed in her bath robs and rags surrounding her hair who had come to borrow two eggs She explained that she was now living In the hotel and she told them of the many old girl friends of hers who were living there with their husbands They were Nancy Bohrer Carol Osieckl Linda STYIZZI and Elaine McSweeney Other Garfield grads living there were Alun Jones John Moore and Tom Perchmske After Shirley left with her two eggs they turned on the radio and they listened to a Quiz program and to their surprise Carol Spreltzer was one of the contestants For answering the lackpot question she received many beautiful gifts including a diamond ring a trip to Bermuda a few limousines and many other luxuries The program was soon over and they switched the dial trying to find some good music They turned to a good disc lockey program to hear him say And next up will be Michele Delia with her latest hit The Marriage of Josephine They listened and it was terrific' After the recording was over the disc lockey said that Michele was on old school mate of Chester Blcan All of a sudden they heard some one playing 'azz music nearby so loudly that they lumped out of their chair and they went out into the hall a few doors down to find Florence Eppele who was playing lan on the piano to keep her three boys from waking up She said lt soothes em' They went back to their hotel room and being very hungry they decided to eat They opened the refrigerator and found a huge lulcy delicious ham that made them drool and Jeannette began to carve lt ln doing so she cut her Gnger and it began to bleed Mary lou was so panic stricken that she wrapped Jeannettes hand with a bed sheet and they went to the lobby on the mam floor to find out where the doctors office was As they looked for the plaque with the rooms and floors listed they passed the hotel barber shop Typical of two women with their bed sheet and all they peeked In to see Bob Yankee shaving Richard Aurslanian who was grinning from ear to ear for they found out later that he was a very happy man who lived In a very happy home with a very happy family and a very happy dogll' They soon found out that the doctors office was on the 13th floor and as they got into the elevator the doors closed and the end of the sheet that was still wrapped around Jeannettes finger got caught and te elevator could not move either way But finally they cut te sheet with a pair of scissors which were being carried by t e elevator operator because she saw them coming WHEWH A they reached the 13th floor and walked into the doctors office they saw Carol Chognackn who was now a very successful re ceptionust By this time Mary Lou needed to be calmed Fmally Jeannette got her wound treated with a shot of mercurochrome and Mary Lou was treated with smelling salts They felt much better as they staggered out of the doc s office As they walked down the hall on the 13th floor they saw a sign which read Funeral Service Just then a bolt of lightning broke through the window and carried them through the sky and before they knew it they were sitting in two comfy seats in an airplane" Tom Zelazny turned out to be the aviator of this plane They saw that the people were strapped down to their seats even lContmued on page 673 C 0 . . ll Il U - . 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'mm wuth the exceptlon of Mass Jones who was on o Ieave of absence durrng the Iost year the PERSONNEL photographs were taken The Sllver Annrversary edutuon of the yearbook In T949 NEW PERSONNEL' MR JOSEPH BONGORNO MISS AMY JONES MISS LUCILLE KOWSKI ANDREW KNAZAK MRS DONNA CARRUTH ERS MRS NELVA KORY MRS IRMA DRELLISHAK MRS IDA LNICK MR CLIFFORD FOUST MISS ETHEL MORRIS MR GERHARD ANSEN MISS KATHRYN RIGGLE .sexes YN IQWNW XS' X N X XE S XX? Q, as QR ff! sq Suv' 'YQ' xxx XXX SR X sei SX X THE COUNCIL OF STUDENT REP RESENTATIVES The councnl of Student Represen o uves com posed of the pres: ent and vnce presldent of every I o Meetmgs are held every Friday under the supervlslon a n d Clnttord Foust and Mr Phuhp Whrte D u t I e s of he councsl are to dns cuss the problems o the st u d e n t body and to bring them before the faculty head for the purpose of c b e t t e r relation shnp between the faculty and 5 u dent body The p o w e r s of he councul are Ilmlt ed to suggestion Omcers of the group are Pres: dent George Asa dorlan Vlce Pres: dent Bull Sc le berI Secretary Wayne Trubnano and Treasurer Ed Schuman Other members are Jam Schueda Joyce Warren Lee Penkowskl Caroline Koberna Nancy Nowak Raymond Zouhar Guno DePaoIo and Don Hamon . I I , -2 I 1 ...T g r - 3 . . 1 s , 1 . .L I . . E K' -:LL .J h 5 ...f: - . S ' i r g - is 2, I I N- ' - ' - 453531 5 . .I - .Q -'E E1 'Q Q, 11 , ,I I -we I I . - S- 0 X . t t' is - ' . 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The paper is financed by local merchants and student subscriptions, and is published every two weeks. The staff consists of: Shirley Blazina, Fran Dasko, Peggy Feucht, Marilyn Hamilton, Lucy Harpootlian, Mary .lane Hawn, Donna Nieman, Joyce Trubiano, Joanne Turkovich, Nora Root, Barbara Dubbs, Ruth Obert, Carol Priebe, Donna Lee Brush, Dorothy Owens, and Carol Scherler. The following duties are carried out by these people: sports write- ups, Walter Scherler, circulation management, Ed Schuman, and June Neville and Larry Davis take care of the business management. The Mirror is a highly rated and is a well liked student publication. This standard has been obtained only by the conscientious work of the staff and their advisors. vii MR PHILIP B. WHITE MRS. LOUISE CONLEY 0 0 Jim? GARFIELD HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL GARHELD HEIGHTS OHIO eam Hopes for Tulle In Columbus --ee Semors Best Po Polvo Dnve Ends S md Scxence Fcxu' to Have Forward 20 Tomqht at Dcmce ,,,1 10 W, Glass Show Semore are rus a .Af 'ly be 1 1 ck h r 'S Thh Ima Apnlbb cu use ew Wllson Takes O H611 1r 2 shirts me y ut, with thexr ll Suxdfn y 6 3:-gd Tlfns 14.111 be a Je 11d 5 1 as e or rem ll O AF 6 al on 'I Dm elgorsf who will 1 I d grams bulbgsl-.P Q 111-1 1111118 of CI-IHS Receive ates and ISU- G CIS to nw out O glass F D er pmlal featur Glbsol O df I ll Nllller Mfxr nu nb um Safety Lonsuoug 'Jan Ur 0 Zmfdl and 11 T E hem I If ml Ilrnvr s floss :iid cam- P Ile ms sam R nm vrudu to louse Howrro no JULIPT L ,, pyClURESFaculty Jamboree Amuees .1 P1111 Ak cAnd qurprlses Students diffefenf Us me mme of me ""N"""""' Ioves "lu PresSIcxr Named I BL f" dh cahon App e H O 9 .E uv S I m LWAEAS Y Teen K1ngB0aId' oi Request for Tran fr awe New Yun n s a runn co S or t e ax L mzrforfxmlss e f h B Y 15 Ixret mme emce 1941 that a r he S a e cipalggket-ball O Sponsortistorg if th? gl 1 u1:l C arm Choa Cxrcus to be Theme Of Mlrror Dance A ce my which will be ore: uals A ,H 29 1 Garfield Band Leads Silas ' me Marchers AI Stadlum and 'mn C011St1tlCU,ll1l+1fh hu I OD? n Char Iy Conte-:I n or and lat b t not S Soiletg1H1gh me I dr the glginnscliigiits y are 0fAfgoxlj3uE: gm D' UIQXJF lto the Bulldog I 0 A mg me Paul T11 l'l"S1anF11f"TEi.,1' Cnty LHOQ 011- 1 fl' alwn BUG 1116 cham lon-ahl and sw t over h O S Dltzle lb Shawpand D ep A 0 2 "ll 8 on S z ion tm Jarzemh tournement Komekwzv P Columbu C I1 Lum ble Joan N tuned e wx School I a the Jackxe Plent P c D011 Zelalill u rhelda f L r11 SI J u Il I o r acnolastlc center names the 19.1111 ha. c red Miriam Rah? 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' 1. 0 4. . ,lzl l' l' st fa I1 fs I , Football X X - 'D x' J x X FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Manager Carmen Coppollno Cook Tausch Steve Catan: George Asadornan Tom McCune Rach Rosa Bull Schleberl Manager Make Haverlack SECOND ROW Frank Speno Jim Podolll Dennis Brooks Al Tepley Fran Snyder Don Fracasso Sam Kalousdlan Jack Soroka Don Anthony THIRD ROW Wayne Trublano Ed Zrlmsek Jack Watters Bob Hepworth Joe Flore Walt Scherler Russ Meermans Dave Zulesku Ken Zeman Coach Foster Elllott The T951 52 season got under way wnth the opener at Parma Rlght off the bat thungs looked dark as the Bulldogs went down to their flrst defeat 38 8 The strung of mlurles to key players started In thus game and con tlnued through the season The one bright spot In the season was the 25 O Homecomlng vuctory over Bedford The Bulldogs also traveled to Bellanre but were soundly beaten 596 although the boys enloyed the trap Despute a poor I 8 record Garfueld was well represented on All Conference teams Al Tepley was pncked as a furst team guard and Al Peterre George Asadorlan and Ken Zeman receuved Honorable Mention FOOTBALL 1951 September I5 September September October October October November 2 November 'IO Garfuelcl Opponents Parma Umversnty Bellaure Brush Bedford Berea Maple Heughts Palnesvllle 34 22 ,,,,,,,..t.....,.,.,,,,, 12 ' ' ,,,,s,,..,,t...,,,,,,,,,,,, ,T6 29 .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..tt.... 6 ' ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,s..,...,.,,,, 59 October 5 ,, ,t,,,t..,.,,,,,,,,,,,tst, 6 Willoughby ,,,,.,,,.,,,.......,.,,, 'I8 I2 ,,.,.......... ,s,,,,,,,,,,, 0 ,,,.s.,,s,.,,,s..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,... 2 0 I8 ,, ,,,.,,..,,,,..,,,,,,,,, 25 ,.,,,.,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,HO 26 , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 ...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,....,. ...,,,,,,, I 8 . V' ' askethall f A . .l', ' ft V , ,1 FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Ed Fern Ed Papczun Larry Dudar Wayne Trublano Doug Wlllnams SECOND ROW Coach Carl McCulloch Walt Scherler Don Hamon Walt Anthony Don Flllpovlc Fran Snyder Mgr Ed Schuman BASKETBALL Although not much was expected from the Bulldogs thus year the boys on the team had other Ideas and fought through the season to a 106 record They played two of the toughest teams In the area In Cleveland Henghts and John Adams but lost to both of them Our chances for a fourth straight Greater Cleveland Conference were blasted because of a 6 4 league rec ord However Garfield funlshed second behlnd undefeated Maple Heights who dumped us twlce Most of our scores were close and were not decnded untll the last quarter The Bulldogs hut above 70 twice In runmng up a total of 880 polnts to the opposntlon s 836 There were fnve regulars who hut for over 100 pomts Walt Scherler 303 and Fran Snyder 183 Don Hamon 160 Walt Anthony 148 and Don Flllpovnc 122 Scherler was placed on the All Conference Team Snyder made the second team and Hamon and Fllspovlc receuved honorable mentnon Garfield Opponents Garfleld Opponents Lmcoln Berea John Adams Maple Heights Maple Heights Willoughby Wnlloughby Parma Cleveland Heughts Brush Brush Paine Bedford Bedford Umversnty Berea TOURNAMENT SCORES AT BALDWIN WALLACE Ga Feld Opp Ga Feld Opp Garfeld Opp 55 Elyrla Catholuc 45 West Hugh 55 Medina 35 1951-1952 RECCDRD 56 ' 52 61 55 53 66 36 ' 44 43 ' 45 76 ' 53 50 ' 38 59 48 54 ' 73 57 53 49 56 57 ' 50 52 50 47 48 58 ' ' 48 72 57 ' ' 46 ' 57 ' 51 restlin 1st row Jnm Duda Muke Hoverlock Tom Gredesky Paul Asmondy Al Long and Steve Clfanl 2nd row George Asa dorlan Dan Kenskl Ken Zeman Jack Soroka Denms Brooks and George El 3rd row Coach Chase Bull Dlugas Jerome Penkowsku Bob Johnson Frank Fuore Larry Stadden Ruch Klepac Ruch Petty and Bob Mack Absent at tnme Jack Tumson ESTLE Thus year the Wrestlers dad not have such a good season as expected They won the furst four then lost the re mammg fnve The team conslsted of 103 Jlm Duda 112 Muke Haverlack 120 Tom Gredeskl 127 Paul Asmundy Then the sensor fnve of 133 Jack Tumson 138 Co Captain Steve Cnfanl 145 Co Captam George Asadornan 154 Dan Kenskl 165 Ken Zeman and at 185 Jack Saroka and and Denms Brooks son 8 0 Steve Cnfann 5 2 George Asadornan 61 Dan Kenskl 5 2 Ken Zeman 6 1 Jack Saroka 2 4 Denms Brooks 0 3 Two boys placed nn the State Meet They are Jack Tumson 133 who lost to Bob Rassue an the Sem: Fnnals and George Asadornan 145 who fought all the way but lost to Don Mayer of Lakewood nn the Fmals 2 1 The reserve squad consisted of Al Long Bob Mack Frank Fiore George El: Larry Stadden Rnch Klepac Rnch Petty Bob Johnson Jerry Penkowsku Bull Dougas Thus year the team was led by two of the best wrestlers Garfueld has had nn a long tame by the Co Captauns George Asadorlan and Steve Clfam The grapplers thus year were under the supervusuon of Coach Ed Chase who has done outstandung work for the team Garfueld Opponents Garfneld Opponents Thomas Ednson Bedford Barberton Maple Heughts John Hay Beneductlne Cuyahoga Falls Maple Henghts Umversnty 36 I I l I-I I I I , ' I I I i' F l l I . I W R R S The records of the boys are: Jim Duda, 3-137 Mike Haverlack, 4-69 Tom.Gredeski, 5-47 Paul Asmundy, 2-55 Jack Tuni- 25 ' 13 9 29 27 15 15 ' 19 24 18 16 ' ' 22 24 16 16 ' 24 14 ' ' 24 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS e J V cheerlea ers cheered for all Junlar Var suty football and basketball games and also all freshman football and basketball games The squad this year as composed of all Junnors Dorue Maller Lul Muslal Kae Klst and Dolly Nemec cap tam These gurls are hopung t gain additional honors as Varsity cheerleaders next year Their sponsor was Miss Ethel Morrns nil f an Y J V FOOTBALL A rught spot In Garfields 1951 football Fortunes was theJ V squad Under the guudonce of Coach Carl McCulloch they Gnushed the season wnth a commendable record f 4 wins 'I lo and 1 e J V BASKETBALL Coach Faster Ellxotts Junior Varsnty basketball squad had a hard season Outsuzed n practxcally every game they managed to wln only T game whale droppnng 14 Coach Ellnott con stantly luggled the lineup but found nt dnfhcult to produce a wmnnng com bmatuon Th . . d O . ., - .V 5 . an .s H - .V . - ' ri A3 5 Q , if, VK , K. 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I ELAINE MCSWEENEY As you walk down the halls of Garfleld you are sure to be greeted by the brnght smule and fruendly HuYa of Elaine McSweeney Elame voted Best Personallty an the Sensor Class has all the queenly ways that make her very popular wuth bath the students and faculty Elame has served as Secretary of the Senior Class basketball chaur man of G A A of whnch she can always be found takung part In all Intramurals wuth her fine spnrut Elame was a Jr Varsuty cheerleader an her lunlor year and cllmaxed her Sensor year bemg a member of the Varsnty cheerxng squad She also belongs to many clubs nn which she works very enthuslastucally Elame says that her school lufe at GHHS has been perfect and she wnll hate to leave all her many frnends She relates that the greatest thrall and most excutung moment was when she was voted our Homecommg Queen of 1952 ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS Homecommg nught November 18 1951 walkmg down the football field were left to rlght Muchele Delta and Cook Touch Janet Runt and Bull Schueberl Patte Gregg and Ken Zeman Frances Dasko and George Asadoruan Runner up Nora Lee Root and Co Cap tam Fran Snyder Queen Elame McSweeney and Co Captain Al Peterre Joan Blazey and Bob Hepworth Beverly Delmore and Duck Cooper Barbara Flower and Sam Kalausdlan Jeannette Cheraso and Steve Cufann Joyce Trubuano and Walt Scherler Carol Spreutzer and Frank Speno P A 4 Y 4 X 1 I 1 1 I I f I f - - - 11 -- 11 1 . . ,, . ,, . . - 1 1 . . ., . l l 1 1 1 I , I : I ' , I 1 I 1 ' 1 ' ' ' f I ' 1 1 1 - f ' I .1 I 1 A a few of wh ch var ous ha f t me shows n the usua manner by putt ng on the 1951-52 season off Band sta rted The Garf e d He ghts H gh Schoo and a grand tr p to Be a re Oh SSUC Bond she Sweet were a Mex can Hat Dance Ant The 2 on May Spr ng Fest va GHDUG t5 hed hch W band rt DCS fco On G W GV9 0 GS We but band march ng a great we have ydo On t On Fest va Chr stmas the February 4 and OD Concert wh ch was hed as the State Hosp ta such affa rs H mOny GDDUG S Te pa C rt pa year b Band H gh Schoo n a comb ned concert wth Brush and Sh part c pate TO March 6 OH OO Sch gh sh FU oB datrpt 7 9Cem D nstruments new V19 UY f O Se he purpo rt to V9 T d ax stamp C11 and Dance sand oney aC VfeS Ct O -schoo G WO f ed DSO? year Y onor p ns Ve Ce h ch the sen ors re W t G C Cn UP th W ft s topped WG year Y US N .5 -.o .- 3 0 .Q -3 -L -C .- cu- 'a- 'U -C .- 2E N o o -- Q. -- m I- S V1 U .C .2 - C.: U " Sc -- - C .c'- 0.0 UL-Q O a-3 mf: GJ .C.C Z r-r- 'a C O MUSIC DIRECTOR PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Band fflcers BUSINESS MANAGER CHAIRMAN OF PUBLICITY HEAD DRUM MAJOR HEAD DRUM MAJORETTE LIBRARIAN QUARTERMASTER MR VINCENT PATTI DAN KENSKI FRANK SPENO BILL LEPPERT RAY PINTO KEN ZEMAN LUCIE HARPOOTLIAN EUGENE POPIELEC SHIRLEY BLAZINA JOYCE WADE SHELDON WALKER CHAIRMAN OF MONITORS SENIOR STUDENT CONDUCTOR RUDY CERGOL CHAIRMAN OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS Puccolos NORA ROOT OTHER MEMBERS OF THE BAND ARE Brush Donna Lee Kucera Don Rocco Martha Root Nora Flutes Bass Brush Donna Lee Clarke Joan Dee Muldred Kucera Don Procop JoAnn Rocco Martha Root Nora Ato Wulluarns Nancy Oboes Dubbs Barbara Specht Shurley Svoboda Frank Tansku Len Vugluone Joe Wrught Martha Lou Clarunet Cergol Rudy ax Arnold Rufus Arturn Ron Daury Oluve Kovach Bob Speno Frank Tenor Sox Schumacher Don Wulluams Eduth Clarunets Althouse Joan Blazuna Shurley Couch Elaune Crew Jerold Dobruc Junu Heuda Betty Jasun Tom Jones Ken Klose Nancy Muchaels Carol Nemec, Dolly Nemeth, Ed O'Rourk, Dave Callahan Don Gubaldu Vunce Swuder Ron Barutone Sax Funk Hans Trubuano Wayne Horns Hepler Ruth Leppert Bull Nuchols Beverly Peters Mabel Scolaro Lynn Zeleznuk Frank Comets Petrancek, Shurley Punto, Ray Popuelec, Eugene Pruebe, Pat Radau, Joan Rusher, Carole Sammon, Marulyn Scherler June Buenerth, Adelbert Chatfueld, Jerry Duda, Jurn Gregory, Ruchard Hoskun, Bull Lane, Charles Martun, Duane Meermans, Phyllus Navvrocku, Dan Pruncupal Drum Mauorette Head Drum Mauor Nutt Betty Lou Sucka Ruchard Urban Audrey Young Hugh Wultshure Roy Bcurutones Hronek Steve Koberna Carolune Owens Norbert Surn ua Ron Trombones Cmok Maruon Kalouscluan Sam Kamunsky Tom Muller Walter Obert Ruth Rocco Joe Smeukal Beverly Walker Sheldon Wolfunger Ruth Basses Braun Sally Johnson Bob Kensku Dan Rocco Domunuc Strung Bass Harpootluan, Lucy Drums Brooks, Dennus Hurst, Frank Marble, Duck Coughlun, Neal Shenk, Dan Vudrnar, Art Wade, Joyce Zeman Ken , , ,, f I . ' I S ' , . , , , , , , , ' 1 , , , , , , ' r , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , CHORAL CLUB The HIgh School can be proud of thxs group tar the flne performances whIch they gave that were enloyed by everyone consIsted of Gfty one students whose spIrIt and cooperatlon made thls orgamzatlon a success TheIr performances durIng the year were as follows P T A State Hospltal Commencement Showboat Sprmg Concert SenIor Assembly Chnstmas Assembly Bedford Maple Hts Garfleld FestIval Song Fest Assembly RadIo Appearance DIRECTOR MR WILLIAM TONEFF OFFICERS PRESIDENT RICHARD PIGNATIELLO SECRETARY FRANCES DASKO TREASURER DICK COOPER CADET BAND The Cadet Band I5 made up of the 7th and 8th grade people who are Interested In Instrumental MUSIC ThIs year they played at a football game a Boy Scout meetlng the annual Halloween party and the SprIng Musuc FESTIVGI Members of the Band entered the Greater Cleveland Instrumental MUSIC Contest The Cadet Band IS Important In Itself due to the fact that members of the Cadet Band are the future members of the Semor VarsIty Band Mr VIncent PattI serves as DIFECIUY of the Cadet Band ' ' ' ' . It ' VICE PRESIDENT, ,f mff , ,ss,I..,..w STEVE CIFANI can SCIENCE CLUB The Scrence Club rs one of the most active of our school clubs In the way of socnol actrvrtres field traps hayrrdes dances and many other successful doings Thelr most successful dance was the colorful Mardr Gras Its morn actlvrty IS the an nual Science Farr rn whrch all scrence students may can trubute The wrnners recerve awards and the chance to compete with other schools for a hrgher award The membershrp as one of the largest of any club there are approximately T00 mem bers All actrvltles are der the sponsorshrp of Mr Herman Woods and the of flcers are as follows Pres Bob Feucht V Pres Bull Lep pert Sec Mary Jane Hawn Treas Barbara Flower Charrman of thus years crence Farr was K Smelkal GRCHESTRA The orchestra rs a group of students from the seventh through twelfth grades under the drrec tron of Mr Vuncent Pattr and assisted by Mr Wrlbur Turner They play at many actrvrtres such as the Maple Sugar Festrval Euclrd Beach Prcnrc Memorial Day Parade assemblres commencement nrght PTA meetrngs and many other communuty wrde aftarrs The fallowrng people were chosen to represent G H S orchestra an the Frrst Annua Northeast Regron O M E A All Regron Orchestra on Saturday February 2 Lynn Scalaro Pat Krrzelr and Frank Zeleznrk Other members are Charlotte Pradler Rrchard Cavrll Duane Darula Alan Schnerder Pat Grrll Grace Mxssal Donna Lee Brush Don Schumacher Betty Lou Helda Dolly Nemec Rudy Cergol Ron Swlder Vince Grbaldl Mabel Peters Adelbert Brenerth Dan Nawroclu Hugh Young Lucy Har pootlran and Ken Zeman GLEE CLUB The Grrl s Glee Club under the super vrsuon of Mr Wrllram Toneff consnsts of 37 members whrch rnclude freshmen sophomores rumors and sensors The officers are Beverly Delmore Presrdent Jaan Blazey Vrce Presndent Elarne McSweeney Secretary and Linda Struzzr Treasurer The group has performed rn varrous programs rncludlng the Showboat Chrrstmas Assembly, and the Sprnng Concert. BOOSTER CL The Booster Club is sponsored by Mr William Tonefl and is headed b Gregg Jeannette Cheraso and Beverly Delmore who is captain At these U VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The tive girls who are wearing the trim blue and gold outfits this year are: Frances Dasko, one year, Elaine Mc5weeney, two years, Pat Gregg, one year, Jeannette Cheraso, two years, and captain Beverly Delmore with three years of cheerleading. The cheerleaders are sponsored by Miss Ethyl Morris, who has helped the girls a great deal in their timing, motions, and formations. The cheerleaders have done much ta create good sportsmanship and spirit throughout the stu- dent body, by their pep rallies, and their own spirit when cheering for the team. They also held a dance which was a "Fantasy Dance," with cartoon characters such as Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, and many other decorations floating on huge white clouds The proceeds from the dance were spent on Megaphones for the cheerleaders DRUM MAJOR AND MAJORETTES The malorettes this year were lead by drum mayor Eugene Popielec and Head drum malorette Shirley Blazma To become a mayor or malorette you must have one year of marching ex perience and also play an Instrument an the concert band The attractive malorettes who proudly strut across our field this year are Joan Clarke Barbara Dubbs Betty Lau Helda Betty Lou Nutt Nora Root Pat Priebe Carol Scherler and Donna Lee Brush y the five cheerleaders Fran Daslco Elaine Mcsweeney Pat meetings the club members learn new cheers and words to songs The Booster Club backs up the school spirit by cheering and yelling under organized cheers lead by the cheerleaders 1 f t 1 , f i ' I 3. . ' t . . sv T f l , - , . ,J v s i ' . ' . , v f 1 i l - I Ik GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Gurls Athletuc Assocuatuon us organuzed for gurls un grades nune through twelve To loun the G A A a gurl must partucupate un a sport and receuve 50 pounts and uf you are elected by the captauns you may receuve 75 pounts for B Team or I00 pounts for A Team When you have receuved as many as 500 pounts you are awarded a numeral for 1000 pounts a letter and 1700 pounts your name us put on the G A A Plaque The G A A has a cabunet consustung of thurteen members Pres Frances Dasko V Pres Joyce Trubuano Sec Arlune Vargo Treas Barbara Flower Attendance Sec Susan McCormuck Sacual Chaurman Dolly Nemec Publucuty Chaurman Peggy Feucht Speedball Sadue Jones Archery Dorus Muller Tumblung Muchele Delua Basketball Elaune McSweeney Volleyball Shurley Blazuna Baseball Mary Lou Sever Muss Seudel and Muss Morrus deserve much credut for the eHort they put forth un settung up the schedules for these varuous sports and socual actuvutues One of the achuevements of the G A A thus year was the purchasung of puns to show theur membershup un thus organuzatuon One ofthe dutues performed by thus organuzatuon us to serve home teams and vusutung teams refreshments after the games Thus promotes good wull and sportsmen shup among the players and schools PINI fParents and IJ nute soccer supper and the G A A reunuons are some of the actuvutues whuch not only guve these gurls wonderful tumes ut also serve us wuth lastung memcrues of the Gurls Athletuc Assocuatuon and Garfield Heughts Hugh School sg' 1'-5 Q W L E04-'I -of ts , 1 GIRLS LEADERS CLASS Muss Seudel us the advusor of the Gurls Leaders Class whuch meets every mornung at 745 before school It us open to gurls un grades I0 I2 They are trauned to the best of theur abuluty to lead gym classes and to referee after school untramurals I A " uw I ?u 3 Q b . f . . 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'Yi mgdqm 1 -.3 0 K ' V A S6 x V5 ' ' ' " ' , PM XX . 5 ' - Y ' 1 ii E V, if, A' 4 MQ" X :Sf 11111775 541150 J, Q 3 'Q 'ii Q gf wi? va HQ THE COACHING STAFF Edward Chase, Wrestling and Footbullg Clifford Foust, Track and Footballg Andrew Knazek, Foot- ball and Basketball, Carl McColloch, Basketball, Baseball and Footballp Foster Elliott, Football and Basketballp Walter Williams, Director of Athletics, wake FROSH BASKETBALL Coach Andrew Knazek in his first year as frosh coach didnt have too much material to work with The boys played hard and were terrific finishers but gust couldnt Gnd the basket in the first half As a result the squad had a record of 'l wm and 9 losses Q J FROSH FOOTBALL The freshman football squad had some hard luck this year Under a new coach Chl? Foust they played tive games and dropped them all although they came close to a win n three of them um e rrculor of Mr of the all act e qv. grade obtaun STAGE GUILD Stage Guxld ns an extra cur octrvrty under the sponsorshrp Raymond Sterfel The mam duty Stage Guuld rs to take care of vltues on stage tenth eleventh and twelfth boys are elxglble at they have or better average and rf they an applrcahon tor o months probation The ofhcers are Presldent Joe Kern Vnce Presrdent Alun Jones Secretary Don Frtzgerald Treasurer Domrnrc Roc co Sergeantatarms Bob DeLooze Other members are Jack Hall Jack Soroka Ron Jarzynsku Bob Johnson John Szustak Bob Anderson Stanley Lentz and Joe Baderzynskr USHERS The Ushers Club partrcrpates In all of the Important events whrch take place rn the audrtornum such as Show boat and Commencement It rs under the drrectnon f Mr Frank Trella and tts president ls Don Zalcer BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club under the dlrectlon of Mr Edward MacArthur wrth Donald Krlzek as club presrdent has been a wellplanned and actnve group The club holds a business meetrng every second Wednesday of the month A few field trnps were made rncludrng one to the Cnty Morgue OFFICE ASSISTANTS Office assistants are a group of stu- dents who usually have some business training such as typing, filing, and mimeographing. These students are willing to give up their Study Halls of free time to work in one of four ol- tices. Although no credit is received for doing this work, students are al- ways anxious to render their time. lt is excellent experience for people who Y plan to go into office work after grad- uation. HALL GUARDS Under the supervision of Mr Carl McColloch the hall guards make sure that order is kept through the hall ways All members have their own posts and do a very good 'ob SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS The switchboard operators are still on duty in Room T15 and are doing a wonderful rob The girls have certainly been taking advantage of the opportunity of doing this work which shows they have an eye for the future The Rose Ann Hradek Nancy May Susan McCormick .lean McVoy Pat Priebe Dolores Schoepf Marilyn Schroeder Peggy Feucht Lnllian Frost and Barbara Kolo Keep up the good worlm gurls Mr Philip White is in charge of this group V 1 operators this year are: Barbara Flower, Mary Jane Hawn, , , . , , V , , . WHIRLO CLUB The Whlrlo Club IS organlzed for the roller skatmg fans of Garfield Heights Hugh School Eugene Popnelec us Presudent Frank Speno Vlce Presndent Shirley Blazlna Secretary and Joan Blazey Treasurer Mr Raymond Needham IS the advrsor SPANISH CLUB The Spamsh Club IS a new orgamzatuon made up of stu dents who have completed two full years of Spanlsh The actlvltues held durmg the year were a Spanush Dance and a bake sale Ottlcers are President Grace Mlssal and Secretary Treas urer Oluve Dalry The clubs sponsor IS Mr Joseph Bon gorno WORLD AFFAIRS This club IS organized to promote a better understanding of the numerous problems that face the world today It has made a strong effort to accomplish this feat by spon sormg an assembly teaturung Dr Males Ptak havmg vanous speakers who have traveled to many dufterent countries sending delegates to the mock session of the United Nations at Western Reserve Unlverslty and sending a representatnve to attend the actual sessuon of the Umted Nations which us Included In a three day trap to New York The ottlcers of the club this year are Presudent Donald Krrzek Vice Presldent, Grace Mlssal 5ecretaryTreasurer Larry Davns The sponsors are Miss Norma Wnlker and Mr Leonard Lang THE JUNIOR COUNCIL ON BUSINESS GIRLS CLUB Under the sponsorshtp of Mass Anne Nevtlle and Mlss Betty Jewhurst the Business Gurls hold meetlngs the sec ond and fourth Thursday of each month Throughout the year they held partues went on held trups and mvlted varuous speakers of the bust ness world to thelr meetungs The omcers of the club are Joanne Kustlch president Jean Pouska vlce presudent Joyce Mutchell secretory and Lenore Herlng treasurer FUTURE TEACHERS 0F AMERICA The members of the Future Teachers of Ameruca are students who are In terested tn the teachmg professuon Theur sponsor as Mrs Mabel Saner and Presldent Barbara Flower Other members are Sally Lou Brown Marulyn Sammon Vlrglnsa Mullar Martha Rocco Phyllts Meermans Joanne Procop Mabel Patrucua Mtrous Mary Jane Hawn Anna belle Bump Elalne Kostell ART CLUB The Art Club ts an outstandnng organlzatnon nn Garfield Hugh It gnves the student an opportunnty to show thenr skull In art and learn more The club has been worktng mostly In olls and has done some outdoor sketchmg The Showboat scenery was super vused by Jane Metzger A vusut was made to the Cooper School of Art under the dtrectlon of Mass Ruth Grunauer Paul Lubera presudent and Carol Ctpra secretary They meet two or three days a month In an nnformal manner Mass Grunauer has done much to make the Art Club and her art classes recognlzed by the many posters whlch hang G S a ' I , ' 1 I I I Peters, Joyce Trubiano, Marilyn Holicky, It is ' ' ' 5 in . 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HY The HuY us somewhat of a new ganszatuon now meetang un the hugh school Thus organuzatuon meets every Monday and duscusses boys actuvutues and general school aHaurs Some tuvutues sponsored by the H Y are assemblues and dances The Hu Y us sponsored by Mr CluHord Faust and us under the Presudency of Sam Kalousduan Te blect of ths club us ce n speech clean sports clean scholarshups and clean luvung MOVIE OPERATORS Operators show class and noon movues When a boy serves as an operator for two years he ueceuves a letter New operators are classed as assustants Regular operators are called full operators Assustants work wuth full operators come full operators The head operator us Bud Bueneuth wuth Dale Neara Duck Rawluns Harley Mays Bull Hashkuns Neal Caughlun John Lentz Don Kruzek Edgar Johnson Jack Hall Duck Gregory Bob Bortell Muke Haverlack John Szczesny Larry Davus Ed Carter and Ruchard Marble all doung theur part to make the club run smoothly The movue operators are under the sponsor shup of Mr Edward MacArthur VALE NTI NE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE These students one boy and one gurl from each grade level screened all the recommendatuons for the Honor Assembly They were Sam Kalousduan Lunda Struzzu Bob Farlung Dan Marsch Jane Metzger Bob Bellus Bonnue Mahoney Duane Martun Ron Bartos Carolune Shaaf Robert Coppoluno and Mul dred Holucky Muss Amy Jones was the teacher I charge .- . org ' . ac- . .. i- I , h o ' i ' l a , , , ' ' II ,f - . for one year, and if they qualify they also be- . . . 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' . ,n MAGAZINE STAFF The Magazine Stal? had many duties to perform before the wunner of the magazme campalgn was awarded a wrnst watch Commnsslons had to be paid out to the students sellrng one or more subscriptions before the campaign was over The Magaznne Staff was under the dnrectlon of Mrs Louise Conley and Mr Phnlup B White Members were Benny Muano Dorothy Lnnk Marlene Havanuch Dolores Schoef Barbara Flower Peggy Feucht Jean McVoy Freddne Klennschmldt Elaine Kolakowskl Bar bara Kala LIBRARIANS Lnbraruans from every homeroom have a speclal lob to puck up overdue notrces and clnstrlbute them to the students There are others that work In the library during their study hall to collect and destrlbute permits of the students to study halls They also do other odd labs such as helplng with the desk shelf and readung advisors work About 75 Lubrary advlsor as Mass Vtctoraa Mansfield HOSTESS CLUB The Hostess Club IS a public servnce club organized to provide tralnecl wantresses for specual functions tn the school and the community Meetings are called by presndent Mar garet Butler under the guudance of Mass Kathryn Rlggle LATIN CLUB The Lattn Club under the able dnrectton of Mrs Mabel Saner was organized for enrichment of cultural background and to develop an apprectatnon of the debt of modern ctvuhzatuon to the Romans The two consuls Neal Coughlln and Don Bursh luke the chlef omcnals under Roman Republic presnde alternately at meetings The quaestor or secretary ns Irma Wiltshire The club meets the second and fourth Friday of each month and rs open to students from the T012 grades who have taken Latm The clubs mann acttvlty this year was the extensive study of pnctures wvth a classical theme students take part in these jobs. THE WINNERS' M Ralph Watters eighth grade homeroom won the magazune campaign contest by selhng as a homeroom the most magoznnes nn the entrre school The advusor and each lndlvldual student were congratulated upon therr tlne co operotuve achuevement NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Notnonal Honor Socuety as composed of students who possess a hugh scholastrc average character Ieadershup and service p us the recommendations of the faculty Under the sponsorship of Mlss Bernice Ashbroolc and Miss Dorothy Voronaefl the members plan two of the biggest events of the school year whnch Includes their dance and the annual nnductlon assembly followed by a tea for the new members The ottlcers are Ray Punto president Dolores Schoeph vrce president Mary Jane Hawn secretary Joseph Kern treasurer and Robert Feucht social chairman Other members are Monuco Boczek Gary Borges Helen Bucholtz Sam Kalousdlan Louis Maier June Neville Leonard Tanskl Joyce Trublano Barbara Flower Mary Ann Hornali Joanne Travrglla Tom McCune Dolly Nemec Patrlcla Krrzelx Don Krnzelc Mary Banman Larry Davls Jean Pouslca and Ed Schuman P A STAFF Every Monday Wednesday and Friday morning during homeroom announcements are made over the Public Address System by Mr Harold Kimball and hrs student staft whsle control board Thus thus provudes experience IN announcing and the technical sude of radio Students who have helped M Kimball this year are Ed Schuman who IS Chief Student Announcer Jeannette Cheraso Elalne Kostell Louls Toth Joanne Turkovlch and Ray Punta As Engineers are Joe Kern Domlnlc Rocco Jack SOIORG and Don Fvtzgerald Mr Steutel has helped these boys an runr-Ing the control board CANTEEN COMMITTEE To promote better and clean recreatuan for students the canteen holds dances every Saturday nnght unless another event takes place The P T A sponsors Mr Henry Trubxano and Mrs Anne Peters along with the Student Committee cooperate In planning a full program of entertainment The offcers of the committee are President Ed Papczun Vice President Wayne Trublano Secretary Fran Dasko Treasurer Dolly Nemec The rest of the committee ns as follows Hans Funk Betty Balczer Jan Cheraso Rlch Pug natlello Joan Blavey George Asadorlan Ed Schuman Carrie Maschue Bob Delooze Ray Roberts Fran Snyder There IS also a sub committee whlch consusts of Dan Kenslu Steve Catan: LII Muslal Nancy May and Tom McCune r. A ' ' f f , , , . , . 2 , ' ' . I I I I I Y I I V V I I , I . f , , V 1 , f , , Mr. Raymond Stiefel advises the engineers who run the r. ' ' : i ' : ' , p CWM-ai M? Soc:-lal Calendar AUGUST Whale everyone was strll enloyung their vacatlon on the sandy beach the football players started theur long hours of practuce on the dusty grlduron looknng forward to a good season SEPTEMBER The l95l 52 school year started on the 5th brrngtng the old and some new students to G H H S Sparklng off actlvttues was the Football Cllnlc glvlng a preview showing of our fighting Bulldogs In action A Football As sembly was held IH order to Introduce the new squad to the student body Our furst game of the season was agatnst Parma under the leadershup of our two new co captains Al Peterre and Fran Snyder Cheerleaders spur rung the team on to vuctory agalnst Unnverslty Grudders and pourung ram Awards were passed out to outstandung students on September 28 We saw plenty of splrlt as the team ended the month with football at Bellalre OCTOBER New members of the Science Club took qutte a beatung when they were nnltlated by old members at Bedford Reservatton on the 3rd Parent s Night on October 5 brought many parents out to see the game agalnst Willoughby Our l95l 52 queen Elaine McSweeney and her eleven attendants were announced at the Homecoming Assembly on the 18th They were further honored that evennng at the annual Homecomung game when our Bulldogs trounced the Bedford Bearcats wuth a vuctory of I8 O The followung evennng the Alumni Reunuon Dance was held which also patd tribute to them NOVEMBER Open House gave our parents a chance to enloy an evening back In school On the evening of the 3rd the Cheerleaders held the Fantasy Dance whlch brought fellas and gals to enloy an evening of dancing Bulldogs closed the grrd season wtth a game against Pannesvrlle on November lO New York Novelttes took the audience on an nmagunary tour through New York Cnty on the loth and l7th On November 21 the basketball season opened wuth a vrctory agannst Lnncoln Fran Snyder and Walt Scherler were the teams newly elected co captauns of the season Thanksglvlng brought us a long needed vacation plus turkey and another bug snowfall DECEMBER Our Grapplers exhlblted a few new rules and holds at the Wrestling Cllnlc on December 5 Plenty of fught and spurut was shown at the game wnth Maple Heughts the 7th on our home court The annual G A A Soccer Supper was held on the evenung of the lOth with a program of entertaunment supper and dunner mustc Junior fellas and gals held the Christmas Frollc on the night of the l5th The Band and Chorus presented the annual Music Festival on December 17 The Chrustmas Assembly on the l8th and the tradntuonal carollng through the halls gave a feelnng of Chrrstmas splrlt throughout the school A well deserved holtday recess also began on the l8th Many fellas and gals celebrated the holidays with Chrlstmas and New Years Eve parties JANUARY We started back to school rntendlng to keep resolutions but as usual they were broken Our team was on top IU spnte of a few losses wlth the students behmd them all the way Boys wearing Confederate hats and the gurls wlth the new poodle hair do sparked off some new fads Pnllows would have come an handy on the lOth for our frrst Whlrlo Skating Party of the year Whtle Sensors sat back wsthout a worry LWB underclassmen struggled to flgure out a schedule for the next year The Senior Dance was a Crystal wonderland and wall long be remem bered by each member of the class of 52 January came to a clrmax wnth the Songfest Assembly wnth faculty and students taknng part In It FEBRUARY A General Scholarshlp test for Sensors was taken on the lst and 2nd of February We played Willoughby on the lst and the following day we traveled to Parma The Y teens and Hn Y sponsored the Valentmes Day Assembly honorlng students wnth outstandung qualntues Wtth Washtngton s burthday benng celebrated on the 22nd It gave us a day off New members were nnducted unto the Natuonal Honor Socnety on February 29 60 O f , . . , . . . . . . . t . 1 t - . . . , . H H - - . . . . , ' 1 Social Calendar MARCH The Science Club Annual Fair Exhibit brought out talent in many future scientists Winners were Physics Rob ert Hepworth Steve Cifani William Kroenke Chemistry Joseph Kern Donald Kucera Larry Davis Biology Grace Missal June Scherler Science l2th grade William Kroenke Barbara Dubbs Larry Dudar Rowe Covell: Allen Per zeski William Schieberl Thomas Czerny Science llth grade Edward Schuman John Szustak Frank Zeleznik Science lOth grade! Ronald Artim Dennis Brooks Science 7th grade Kenneth Chickering Mathematics Frank Zeleznik Donald Fitzgerald Jack Soroka David Shenk As usual mixed up schedules came along with Final Regis tration A St Patricks Day Dance was held on March T4 in the large gym Parents of G A A members were entertained at PINI Night on the l7th A vocal Music Concert ended activities for the month of March Sally Neal won STOO in an essay contest with her article Selling As A Career APRIL were escorted to the stage by cabinet members at the YTeen King Assembly on April I8 That evening the G A A had its Annual Reunion which brought new and old members together for a night of entertainment Our King was crowned on the l9th at a dance given in honor of him and his attendants The Mirror Staff celebrated their 25th Anniversary Reunion on April 25 Everyone came to dance to the strains of sweet music at the National Honor Soc ety Dance on the Qoth MAY lvlay came in with a musical welcome when an Instrumental Concert was given on the 2nd An All Sports Banquet was given to recognize and award athletes on May 7th Underclassmen paid tribute to Seniors on the 8th which was Senior Recognition Day Yearbook Night left many a Senior with writers cramp after signing yearbooks for classmates and friends The Senior Class held its dinner on the 20th for a final get together which brought the climax of their last year at G H H S closer The 2lst was set aside for a day of fun A second Awards Assembly was held on May 23 to award students with well deserved certificates of merit Memo rial Day on the 30th gave us another day off Girls in their different colored formals and boys in their white dinner Iackets spent a long remembered evening at the Junior Senior Prom which was held on May 31st at Hotel Cleveland JUNE A feeling of happiness and yet sadness was felt in the heart of each Senior on the evening of June 5th a they marched down the aisles of G H H S for the last time to receive their diplomas and become a part of the alumni of Garfield High By JOAN BLAZEY and ELAINE IvtcSVVEENEY 61 0 Spring recess began on the 4th as we made plans for Easter. 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Darlmgton Ave Fred Klemschmrdt 9901 Greenvuew Ave Bull Kroenke 4874 East 109th St Annre Lang 11109 Wadsworth Ave Aggre Lawson 5050 Henry St B1ll Leppert 10407 Russell Ave Fat Leuzzl 5000 East 88th St Drna l.ucarell1 4678 Warner Road Loulse Mater 4828 Rockwood Road Gerry Malak 4662 East 90th St Nancy May 4990 Orchard Street Elame McSweeney 9418 Pratt Ave Benny Mlano 9210 Plymouth Ave Pat Mrrous 12317 Sunset Dr1ve John Moore 12911 Frurtsrde Road Dan Nawrockl 10403 McCracken Blvd Burt Neal 10616 Wadsworth Ave Sally Neal 10616 Wadsworth Ave Jean Novak 4668 East 85th St Ruth Obert 11607 Tonsmg Drlve Carol OSIQCRI 6819 Hrghland Drrve ndependence Roy Osowskr 10313 Grace Ave Dorothy Owens 11209 Vernon Ave Dan Palrvoda 5070 East 88th St Helen Peckman 12323 Park Knoll Dr Tom Perchlnske 4807 Farestdale Drive Al Perzeskn 11119 Wadsworth Ave Al Peterre 4666 Warner Road Aggle Plerog 14200 Dressler Road Rrch Pngnatuello 4805 Orchard Street Ray Punto 12417 Darlmgton Ave Gene Poplelec 10109 Rrchlond 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Street Fran snyder 10416 Grace Ave Frank Speno 4720 East 143rd St 7490 None 7797 3180 Henruetta Warner 10207 Parkvlew Ave 2164 6179 5799 Jean Warzmskn 9619 South Hlghland Ed Wlese 10514 Langton Ave o Yanky 10422 Plymouth Ave Carol Sprentzer 10913 Elmwood Ave 1359 Don Zaker 9509 Park Henghts Ave 6541 7390 Frank Stawnckl 4784 Burlelgh Road Landa Strlzzl 5123 East 114th St Len Tansku 11311 Wadsworth Ave Cook Tausch 10713 Penf1eId Ave 0981 4531 6509 9239 Lous Tepfenhart 10725 Plymouth Ave 38979 Louue Toth 11227 Plymouth Ave 1 8309 Dan Zayucek 10905 Wadsworth Ave 38644 Tom L Zelazny 8650 Wlese Road Brecksvllle Ohlo 6 7791 Ken Zeman 9603 South Highland 1 7770 Rowe Cavellu 10441 Cumpston Street No Hollywood Callfornla Sunset 30835 The Stor of the lver of T lme concluded though they were In f11ght Mary Lou and Jeannette asked the stewardess who was Cecella Dobles why and she told them that Tom the avlator sometlmes gets In certam moods and when he does he dlps the plane some 2000 feet Aboard the plane they found Jean Flemmg who was stlll honeymocmng from the year of 52 and was now taklng plctures of the clouds they were passlng whlch had been her hobby for the last 15 years Also aboard the plane they saw Tony Sarantos who was now eatmg a plate full of spaghettu wlth the help of Burt Neal who was wmdmg It for hum In the rear of the plane we saw Hans Funk who was now a car salesman and who was golng to Washlngton to close a new deal Suddenly the plane lerked and they found themselves on the deck of a huge shup named Star Money They crawled out of the plane and began to walk along the narrow top deck when they saw Janet Runt a noted mllllonalre wlth her husband Marxlyn Wachuta who was gomg to San Antonno Texas to lwe and Henruetta Warner who had decuded to f1nally relax and go to Hawan Loule Toth stlll trylng to beat the draft Carol Hartwlck wantmg to loaf and travel around the world and Jean Warzmskl who was travellng around the world too to f1nd a you know what fmant Much to thelr surprlse they saw the owner of thus shnp who was Don Vormelker and Ted Trazaska who was the captain Also seen on deck was Steve Cufam now a West Polnt Cadet On the twentyfourth deck they saw someone who looked very famlluar talkmg to a natlve who they guessed was wnth hum on the shup As they got closer they found Richard Relsmg who was going to the Belglon Congo to hunt for more natives he sand they make good com panlons They also talked to Bob Iranll Another puff of smoke and they the shlp on another bolt of llghtnnng to the Natlonal Cnty Bank Inslde workmg as accountants were Gary Borges Bud Blenerth and as a cashier was Joyce Wade Those who could be seen scattered around the bank were Bull Smnth a mortgage collector George Asadorlan a famous lawyer deposltlng hls money from hls last case and Rlchard Kause, also a lawyer, helplng George carry the money Up stalrs from the bank was the News Bulldlng and Bull Farlmg was a bug tlme news correspondent Workmg as secretarles could be seen Loulse Maler, Gayle Dezort, Lucy Harpootllan and Cwnck who was Shah of were suddenly thrown off whnch brought them safely Beverly Scholtz Dan Zaylchek was well known for the famous news artrcles he had wrrtten Others workmg as secretaries an an adlomlng office were Mary Ann Hornak Rose Ann Hradek and Jean Novak As they walked about the News Bulldmg they heard a loud crash that sounded as If two cars ran unto each other so they hurrned to the nearest wmdow only to f1nd that a used car lot was located dlrectly across the street from the bunldmg and Patte Gregg was f1x1ng a f1at ture on one of the cars that were for sale They were so happy to see another famlllar face that they rushed out of the bulldlng and ran across the street to see Patte They soon learned that Patte wnth her smudged face and all was the owner of the used car lot' Those workmg for her were mechanlcs Ed Welse AI Perzeskl and Frank Stawlcku Patte told us that Rlchard Tupa was the owner of the Auto Body Shop whlch was sutuated rnght next door so they went to see good ole Tupa and found that he had workmg for hum In hls shop Frank Speno Bull Schleberl and Frank Verblar who were all very skllled mechanlcs They talked to them for a whlle and they told them of Len Tanskn and Bob Feucht being partners as englneers They also told them that Don Zaker turned out to be a very preclsloned cabinet maker Don made all the cablnets whule hls secretarles Helen Bucholtz Rose Mane Capretta Lois Tephenhart Ruth Obert Joan Blazey and Dorothy Owens took care of all the buslness matters Smce the day was so beautnful and the sun shone so brrghtly and rt was so worm outdoors they decrded to take a stroll 1n the park They walked down the avenue and mta a pathway and from there unto a pucturesque and serene park They ex plored all the pathways flowers and anlmals They were so stunned and dazzled by the beauty of the park that they dld not see the huge whlte rock before them Smce they drd not see It the rock 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