Garfield Heights High School - Garfield Yearbook (Garfield Heights, OH)
- Class of 1954
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EDITORS IN CHIEF
Beve Bolan Addie DiFino
Betty Io Senyak
FEATURES AND SPECIAL
Donna Lee Brush
Betty Iecm Szilvasi
Dave Van Dusen
MR. HAROLD KIMBALL
MR. RALPH WITTER
The Yearbook Staff of
Garfield Heights High School
4900 Turney Road
Garfield Heights, Ohio
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Mr. O. H. Schaaf Mr. Earl Bahm Mr. lack Wilson
Superintendent of Schools President Clerk-Treasurer
Mr Donald Mantel Mrs. Sara lane Iaye Mr. Frank Kniola Mr. Michael Icdirm
Vice President Board Member Board Member Board Member
Your board of education consists of five members. Two are elected in the
year preceding, and three in the year following leap year. Local citizens elect
each board member for a period of four years, but our state legislature pre-
scribes his duties, authority, and limitations. A board member serves without
pay, and he is without authority except when the board is in session or, when
he is acting under specific instructions of the board.
The chief executive officer, and appointee of the board is the superintendent
of schools. Subject to approval of the board, he is responsible for the selection
and assignment of all school employees, the business management of the
schools, the administration and supervision of the educational and public-
relations program. Many of his responsibilities are carried out through dele-
gation to other employees.
The clerk-treasurer is appointed, by the board, as its official recorder and
correspondent. Your clerk-treasurer has accepted many other responsibilities,
delegated by the superintendent of schools, relative to finances, buildings
Our community owes a great debt of gratitude to the members of our board
of education for their tremendous contributions of time, effort, and foresight to a
continuous program of improvement in educational opportunities for our people.
The Garfield Heights High School Yearbook plays a dual role in reminding
us that pleasant associations will soon cease, and at the same time providing a
record which will recall pleasant memories indefinitely, stimulating all grad-
uates to ever strive as alumni to promote continued excellence in the program
of education for the needs of future classes of Garfield Heights High School as
the citizens of this fine community have been doing in the past,
We anticipate lives of worthy achievement for you seniors. Many of you
will travel far in your chosen profession or occupation and in your contributions
to health, happiness, and progress of mankind. ln the knowledge of your
achievement we of the faculty will find ample reward for the small part that
we have played in helping you get started.
It is our hope that the learning experiences you have had within these halls
will prove to be for you an important part of a life that is useful and successful.
Charles P. Lindecamp
Football Wrestling Track, Showboat,
Council of Student Representatives, Mir-
ror Yearbook Scholarship, Horneroom
Officer Citizenship Clubs: Science and
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Track, F.T.A,, Homeroorn Officer, Scholar-
ship, Intramurals, Showboat, Choral,
Council of Student Representatives, Citi-
zenship, Clubs: Library, Latin, Science.
Horneroom Officer, Showboat, Cheerlead-
er, Oueen's Attendant, Office Assistant,
Librarian, Leaders, lntramurals, Citizen-
ship, Clubs: G-lee, G.A.A., Booster, Y-Teen
Intramurals, Showboat, Citizenship, Schol-
arship, Office Assistant, Librarian, Clubs:
G.A.A., Y-Teen, Spanish, F.T.A., Booster,
Glee, Dramatic, Science.
Intramurals, Yearbook, Scholar-
ship, Science Club.
Band, Citizenship, Intramurals,
Scholarship, Office Assistant,
Homeroorn Officer, Clubs: Sci-
ence, Y-Teen, Booster.
Intramurals, Golf, Basketball,
Showboat, Band, Orchestra, In-
tramurals, Homeroom Officer,
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Librarian, Stage Guild, Citizen
ship, Homeroom Officer, Clubs
Science, Spanish, World Af-
St. Iohn Cantius, Intramurals.
Showboat, Intramurals, Clubs:
G.A.A., Art, Glee, Booster, Y-
Showboat, Citizenship, Intramu-
rals, Clubs: Glee, Y - Teen,
G.A.A., Booster, Hostess, Year-
Oueen's Attendant, Scholarship,
Citizenship, Office Assistant,
Showboat, I-Iomeroom Officer,
Clubs: Science, Booster, Busi-
ness Girls, Iohn Adams High
Office Assistant, Ushers Club,
Lutheran High School.
Oueen's Attendant, Yearbook
Editor, Citizenship, Showboat,'
Canteen Committee, Intramu-
rals, Leaders, Clubs: G-.A.A.,
Dramatics, Booster, Y-Teen, Sci-
Clubs: Dramatics, World Af-
.icmbfmq gunz 7954
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Intramurals, Showboat, Clubs:
Y-Teen, Hostess, Art, G.A.A.,
Booster, Dramatics, Marymount
Football, Wrestling, Track,
Homeroom Officer, Intramurals,
Band, Orchestra, Pep Band, Ma-
jorette, Intramurals, Citizenship,
Mirror Staff, Yearbook Staff,
Showboat, National Honor Soci-
ety, Scholarship, Leaders,
Clubs: G.A.A., Science, Booster,
Showboat, Intramurals, Lead-
ers, Scholarship, Citizenship,
Office Assistant, Clubs: G.A.A.,
Booster, Y-Teen, Business Girls,
Intramurals, Showboat, Home-
room Officer, Citizenship, Schol-
arship, Queen's Attendant,
Yearbook Staff, Clubs: G.A.A.,
Science, Y-Teen, Leader's, Hos-
tess, Dramatic, F.T.A., Choral,
Showboat, Intramurals, Clubs:
G.A.A., Booster, Y-Teen, Hos-
Intramurals, Clubs: Science,
World Affairs, Hamilton High
Football, Intramurals, Science
Club, Hamilton High School.
Football, Hallguard, Intramu-
Citizenship, Hallguard, Orches-
Clubs: Glee, Choral, Booster,
Science, Hostess, South High
Citizenship, Showboat, Scholar-
ship, Intramurals, Librarian,
Clubs: G-lee, G.A.A., Booster,
Science, Dramatics, Y-Teen.
Showboat, Intramurals, Nation-
al Honor Society, Citizenship,
Clubs: Hostess, Art, Booster, Y-
Showboat, Intramurals, Librar-
ian, Clubs: Science, Dramatics,
Booster, G-lee, Y-Teen, Decatur
Citizenship, Intramurals, Show-
boat, Band, Pep-Band, Switch-
board, Clubs: Dramatics, Sci-
Citizenship, Showboat, Clubs:
Y-Teen, G.A.A., Leaders, Sci-
ence, Booster, Dramatics, F.T.A.
Homeroom Officer, Showboat
Intramurals, Football, Clubs
Citizenship, Homeroom Officer,
Showboat, Intramurals, Clubs
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Showboat, Intramurals, Clubs:
Intramurals, Hall Guards, Latin
Intramurals, Clubs: World Af-
Band, Orchestra, Showboat,
Yearbook, Intramurals, Citizen-
ship, Scholarship, Clubs: Y-
Teen, G.A.A., F.T.A., Hostess,
Leaders, Science, Booster, Dra-
matics, World Affairs.
Showhoat, Intramurals, Clubs:
Glee, Booster, World Affairs,
Parma High School, Marymount
Yearbook Staff, Editor, Scholar-
ship, Homeroom Officer,
Queen's Attendant, Showboat,
Citizenship, Intramurals, P. A.
Announcer, Leaders, Magazine
Campaign, Mirror, Clubs: Dra-
matics, Boosters, G.A.A., Sci-
ence, Glee, Y-Teen, Holy Name
GINO DI PAOLA
Homeroom Officer, Class Offi-
cer, Council of Student Repre-
sentatives, Intramurals, Band,
Intramurals, World Affairs,
Band, Orchestra, Pep Band,
Bowling, Citizenship, Clubs:
Citizenship, Intramurals, Librar-
ian, Science Club.
Glee Club, Marymount High
National Honor Society, Wrest-
ling, Band, Pep Band, Show-
boat, Homeroom Officer, Schol-
Office Assistant, Homeroom Of-
ficer, Clubs: Y-Teen, Science,
P. A. Staff, Iohn Adams High
Office Assistant, Scholarship,
Citizenship, Showboat, Intramu-
rals, Clubs: G.A.A., Y-Teen, Bus-
iness Girls, Boosters.
Scholarship, Intramurals, Citi-
zenship, World Affairs.
Queen, Homeroom Officer, In-
tramurals, Magazine Carn-
paign, Mirror Staff, Scholar-
ship, Showboat, Switchboard,
Leaders, National Honor Soci-
ety, Clubs: G.A.A., Y-Teen,
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THOMAS FISHER A I
Citizenship, Homeroorn Officer,
Intramurals, Clubs: Science. V d
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Intramurals, Homeroom Officer,
Class Officer, Science Club.
Office Assistant, Clubs: Science,
Business Girls, Drarnatics,
Marymount High School.
Intramurals, Office Assistant,
Clubs: G.A.A., World Affairs,
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Intramurals, Class Officer.
Intramurals, Pep Band, Show-
boat, Band, Orchestra, Science
Citizenship, Clubs: Latin, Sci-
ence, World Affairs.
I-Iomeroom Officer, Intramurals,
Citizenship, Scholarship, Lead-
ers, Office Assistant, Clubs:
G.A.A., Science, Business Girls,
Hall Guards, Clubs: Spanish,
Hall Guard, Cathedral Latin.
Football, Hall Guard, Intramu-
rals, I-lomeroom Officer, Wash-
ington High School.
Track, Intramurals, Band, Pep
Band, Orchestra, Librarian, Citi-
zenship, Movie Operator, Sci-
Citizenship, Intramurals, Movie
Operator, Librarian, Stage
Guild, P. A. Staff, Clubs: World
Wrestling, Football Manager,
Hall Guards, Homeroom Officer,
Citizenship, Yearbook Staff, In-
tramurals, Movie Operator, Sci-
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Intramurals, Citizenship, Clubs:
Y-Teens, F.T.A., Nurses, World
Cheerleader, Oueen's Attend-
ant, Intramurals, Chorus, Show-
boat, Leaders, Office Assistant,
Clubs: Booster, Science, Busi-
ness Girls, Dramatics, G.A.A.,
Intramurals, Showboat, Horne-
room Officer, Clubs: G.A.A.,
Booster, Science, Glee, Y-Teen,
Homeroom Officer, Intramurals,
Showboat, Clubs: Y-Teen, Glee,
Intramurals, Showboat, Hall
Guards, Citizenship, Clubs: Y-
Teen, G.A.A., Science, Glee,
Mirror Staff, Showboat, Clubs:
Science, Dramatics, World Af-
fairs, Iohn Adams High School.
Showboat, Intramurals, Citizen-
ship, Clubs: Glee, Science, Bus-
iness Girls', G.A.A., Booster, Y-
Hall Guard, Intramurals.
Band, Pep Band, Showboat,
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Football, Intramurals, Home-
Intramurals, Bowling, World Af-
Football, Band, Homeroom Of-
Librarian, Movie Operator,
Stage Guild, P. A. Staff, World
Stage Guild, Band, Pep Band,
Orchestra, P. A. Staff, Hall
West Tech High School, Intra-
Choir, Showboat, German
Township High School.
Homeroom Officer, Oueen's At-
tendant, Intramurals, Show-
boat, Leaders, Citizenship,
Clubs: Booster, Dramatics, G.
A.A., Science, Business Girls,
Clubs: Ushers, Hostess, Latin,
World Affairs, G.A.A.
sawn, guna 7954
I-lomeroom Officer, Leaders, Of-
fice Assistant, Scholarship,
Showboat, Citizenship, Intramu-
rals, Clubs: G.A.A., Science, Y-
Teen, Glee, Booster.
Band, World Affairs Club, Luth-
eran I-ligh School.
Inframurals, Class Officer, I-lall
Clubs: Booster, Science, Farm-
ington High School, East High
Citizenship, Yearbook Staff,
Clubs: Dramatics, G.A.A., Boos-
ter, Business Girls, Science,
Intramurals, St. Stanislaus High
Choral, Intramurals, Showboat,
Scholarship, Citizenship, Clubs:
Booster, Spanish, Y-Teen.
Bowling, Mirror Staff, Intramur-
als, Homeroom Officer, Library
Intramurals, Spanish Club.
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Choir, Intramurals, Librarian,
Clubs: World Affairs, Drarnatics.
ROBERT MAC GEORGE
Intramurals, Showboat, Home
room Officer, Clubs: G.A.A.
Science, Booster, Y-Teen, Glee
Leaders, Intramurals, Show-
boat, Citizenship, Clubs: G.A.A.
Science, Booster, Y-Teen, Dra-
Class Officer, Homeroorn Offi-
cer, Intramurals, Oueen's At
tendant, Canteen Committee
Leaders, Clubs: G.A.A., Dramat-
ics, Science, Y-Teen, Booster,
I-Iomeroom Officer, Leaders
Showboat, Intramurals, Choir
National Honor Society, Clubs
G.A.A., Booster, Science, Y-
West High School
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MARY ANN MILLER
Showboat, Intramurals, Choral,
Clubs: G.A.A., Booster, Dramat-
ics, Business Girls, Y-Teen.
Intramurals, Citizenship, Office
Assistant, Librarian, Choral,
Clubs: G.A.A., Usher Hostess,
Showboat, Intramurals, Clubs:
Glee, G.A.A., Science, Booster.
Librarian, Clubs: Booster, Sci-
ence, Business Girls, Intramur-
South High School
Football, Basketball, Baseball,
Homeroom Officer, Science
Homeroom Officer, Citizenship,
Office Assistant, Hall Guards,
Showboat, Clubs: Biology,
Booster, Dramatics, Ushers, Fu-
Citizenship, Showboat, Office
Assistant, Scholarship, Clubs:
Biology, Future Nurses, Ushers,
Homeroom Officer, Citizenship,
Librarian, Leaders, Showboat,
Intramurals, Clubs: G. A. A.,
Choral, Showboat, Clubs: Boos-
ter, Drarnatics, World Affairs,
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Homeroom Officer, Band, Or-
chestra, Pep Band, Intramurals,
Showboat, Leaders, Clubs:
G.A.A., Latin, Science, Booster,
Class Officer, Homeroom Offi-
cer, Choir, Citizenship, Scholar-
ship, Showboai, Mirror Staff,
Leaders, Cheerleader, Intramur-
als, Office Assistant, Magazine
Campaign, National Honor So-
ciety, Clubs: G.A.A., Y-Teen,
Latin, Science, Booster.
Basketball, Intramurals, Band,
BETTE LOU NUTT
Leaders, Mirror Staff, Band,
Oueen's Attendant, Showboat,
Office Assistant, Intramurals,
Head Maiorette, Homeroom
Officer, Clubs: G.A.A., Booster,
Science, Y-Teen, Business Girls.
Football, Track, Intramurals,
' FRED OLLIE
Science Club, East Tech.
Intramurals, I-Iomeroom Officer
Clubs: G.A.A., Y-Teen, Science
Intramurals, Citizenship, Clubs
G.A.A., Y-Teen, Ushers, Hostess,
Booster, Office Assistant.
Clubs: Booster, Usher, Hostess
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Yearbook Staff, Homeroom
Intramurals, Clubs: Booster,
Ushers, G.A.A., Y-Teen.
Football, Bowling, Hall Guard,
Intramurals, South High School.
Intramurals, Science Club, East
nossnr Po'rocsNAK L -
Bowling, Clubs: Science, World
Intramurals, Scholarship, Citi- V ' 1
zenship, Homeroom Officer,
Yearbook Staff, Student Council,
Clubs: Future Nurses, Y-Teen,
Science, G.A.A., Hostess.
Showboat, Intramurals, Clubs:
Booster, Y-Teen, G-lee, Science,
Citizenship, Oueen's Attendant,
Office Assistant, Clubs: G.A.A.,
Intramurals, Homeroom Officer,
Yearbook Staff, Office Assistant,
Clubs: G.A.A., Ushers, Hostess,
Football, Choral, Intramurals,
Hall Guards, Class Officer,
Showboat, Council of Student
l ACK RUSHER
Football, Basketball, Intramur-
als, Hall Guard, Homeroom
Citizenship, Scholarship, Class
Officer, Council of Student Rep-
resentatives, Cheerleader Cap-
tain, Showboat, Intramurals,
National Honor Society, Mirror
Staff, Switchboard, Magazine
Campaign, Choral, Clubs:
G.A.A., Booster, Science, Lead-
ers, Latin, Hostess, Y-Teen.
Intramurals, Homeroom Officer,
Showboat, Clubs: Science,
Booster, Dramatics, G.A.A., Y-
Cheerleader, Citizenship, Na-
tional Honor Society, P.A. An-
nouncer, Hall Guard, Showboat,
I-lorneroom Officer, Intramurals,
Leaders, Clubs: G. A. A.,
Booster, Science, Glee, Y-Teen,
Orchestra, Band, Pep Band,
Showboat, Clubs: Dramatics,
Intramurals, Chorus, Scholar-
ship, Showboat, Switchboard,
Citizenship, Clubs: G.A.A., Host-
ess, Business Girls, Pen Pal.
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Football, Intramurals, Librarian.
Wrestling, Track, Intramurals,
Showboat, Homeroom Officer,
Librarian, Office Assistant,
Scholarship, Intramurals, Clubs:
Booster, Science, Dramatics,
Hostess, Biology, Glee, Business
Librarian, Band, Pep Band, Or-
chestra, Showboat, Intramurals,
Clubs: Art, Science.
Football, Golf, Bowling, Intra-
murals, Science Club, Benedic-
BETTY IEAN SZILVASI
Citizenship, Showboat, Year-
book Staff, Librarian, Clubs:
G.A.A., Y-Teen, Glee, Dramat-
ics, Booster, Business Girls,
Intramurals, Science Club.
Homeroom Officer, Intramurals,
Intramurals, Yearbook Staff,
Showboat, Citizenship, Clubs
G. A. A., Booster, Dramatic,
Spanish, Y-Teen, Choir.
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Intramurals, Homeroom Officer,
Yearbook Staff, Showboat,
Clubs: G.A.A., Business Girls,
Booster, Dramatics, Choral.
Choir, Intramurals, Homeroom
Officer, Librarian, Citizenship,
Showboat, Clubs: G.A.A., Boos-
ter, I-Iostess, Science, Business
Girls, Biology, Dramatics.
Football, Basketball, Baseball,
Band, Mirror Staff, Intramurals,
Horneroom Officer, Class Offi-
cer, Student Council.
Showboat, Intramurals, Clubs:
G.A.A., Y-Teen, World Affairs,
ROSE MARIE URZYCKI
Intramurals, Clubs: G. A. A.
Ushers, Business Girls, Hostess
DAVID VAN DUSEN
Yearbook Staff, Citizenship, In-
tramurals, Showboat, Librarian,
Baseball, Hall Guards.
Showboat, Clubs: Booster, Y-
Teen, Dramatics, Iohn Adams
Football, Basketball, Baseball,
Intramurals, Homeroom Officer.
Intramurals, Science Club.
Citizenship, Homeroom Officer,
Intramurals, Clubs: Glee,
G.A.A., Science, Y-Teen, Show-
Clubs: Booster, Hostess, Sci-
ence, Spanish, Business Girls,
Future Nurses, Marymount High
Intramurals, Clubs: Glee,
Booster, Y-Teen, Lutheran High
Showboat, Choir, Homeroom
Officer, Orchestra, Switchboard,
IRMA IANE WILTSHIRE
Intramurals, Orchestra, Office
Assistant, Scholarship, Librari-
an, Clubs: Latin, Booster, Busi-
ness Girls, Citizenship.
Showboat, Clubs: World Affairs,
Business Girls, Glee, Dramatics.
Maiorette, Band, Pep Band,
Intramurals, Showboat, Clubs:
Science, Dramatic, Business
Intramurals, Homeroom Officer,
Showboat, Oueen's Attendant,
Office Assistant, Clubs: Glee,
G.A.A. Booster, Science, Dra-
Marymount High School
Whidney High School
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Citizenship, Intramurals, Home-
room Officer, Librarian, Foot-
ball, Science Club.
Football, Baseball, Intramurals
MR. ALLEN R. SCHOLL
Mr. Scholl is a graduate of Ash-
land College. While at Ashland
Mr. Scholl majored in Mathe
matics and Science. At the
present time he is an advisor
of an 8th grade homeroom and
is in charge of the Student
MR. GUY O. STELLA
Mr. Stella is a graduate of
Baldwin Wallace college where
his major Work was in the field
of Music and a minor in Eng-
lish. At the present time Mr.
Stella is the Director of the Band
and of the Orchestra of Garfield
Jim .Meal Samba,
Most Likely To Succeed Don Brusk
Most Intelligent Iim Duda
Sense oi Humor
Phyllis Chmielewski Nicest Hair Pat Mowchan
Ioyce Schieda Without a Care Rich Rosa
Barbara Fuller Funniest Laugh Ray Scherler
Carol Hertrick Cut-Ups Dan Mundy
Audrey Schieda Shortest Don Terrinoni
Ioan Althouse Tallest Dan Andre
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Three Motion Pictures of 1953: Ebb Tide
From Here to Eternity Stranger In paradise
Sfaldg 17 The way 1 Feel
The Robe Heart ot My Heart
Orchestra ..... Ralph Flanagan
Hangout ...... ......... C arnpus
Favorite Sport ............. Basketball
Topic of Conversation ........... Boys
Comedian ............... Ierry Lewis
Assembly ........... .. . Showboat
Disc Iockey ..... .... B ill Randle
Vocalist ................ Eddie Fisher
Best Dance ............. Senior Dance
Male Motion Picture Star. . .Tony Curtis
Expression ..... . . "Ain't posta" Female Motion Picture Star:
Social Event .... ......... P rom Marilyn Monroe
Radio Program ..... .... B ill Randle Favorite Intramural Sport CGir1sJ
T.V. Program ...... ..... D ragnet Basketball
Five songs oi 1953: Favorite Intramural Sport CBoysJ
To Be Alone Basketball
Pet Peeve ........ I5 minute USS91T1b119S
Its' hard to believe graduation's so soon,
My goodness, it's the tenth of Iunel
The time has come and gone so fast,
How about taking a look in the past?
As freshmen we had many a care,
And pleasant moments were ours to share
We had picnics and parties that were full of zest,
But, of course, our Freshmen Party was the best
Our boys that participated on an athletic team,
Were supported and held in the highest esteem
Even as far as books are concerned,
We can honestly say we really learned
We studied Latin, Spanish, and Algebra, too,
And that's to name but just a few.
Soon we were sophomores, and full of pep,
For this was the year that we got "hep"
To the Campus we followed the crowd,
We finally "belonged"-were we proudl
We joined every club with amazing interest,
And tntramurals rated high on our list
We tried every way to make school work easier,
But it just cou1dn't be done with Iulius Caesar
Our class dance so dreamy, had us all thrilled,
And dreams at their peak were being fulfilled.
Our junior year brought many new things,
Among them were our cherished rings.
We had a party, and Sweetheart Dance too,
And, oh, how the couples did' bill and coo
Hot rods, records, radio, and television,
Our spare moments to these were given
While plans for the Prom were in the making
The big question was, "Who're you taking?"
That wonderful night in all its glory,
Ended our year like a perfect story.
Seniors at last-we were on topl
Our goals would be reached without a stop
When Peggy was crowned our Homecoming Queen,
The pride on our faces could easily be seen.
Our boys paced the Bulldogs with spirit untold,
Iust to bring honor to their Blue and Gold
We signed pictures and yearbooks with a leaky pen,
But, oh what we'd give to do it again!
The Prom-the Senior Dance-the Senior Banquet,
They're all events we'll never forget.
All our tears and laughter, joys, and sorrows,
Will be tokens in our future tomorrows
And now with a sigh, we say "good-by,"
To our dear Alma Mater, Garfield High.
by Donalee Brush
'11, Jwuuv1lL Song,
Home of our high school days
Hark to a song of praise
While we our voices raise
To Garfield High
Thou Queen of all the land
Loyal to thee we stand
A true and faithful band
Dear Garfield High
Bright are the hours we spend
Dear is each.high school friend
Sweet is the charm they lend
To Garfield High
Kindred in heart are we
Ioyous and bright and free
Ioined by our love for thee
Dear Garfield High
Though soon we all shall roam
F ar from our high school home
Still shall our fancy come
Back to our high
Shrined in our memory
Fair thou shalt ever be
Worthy our love for thee
Dear Garfield High
"How Can I Leave 'I'hee"
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Ralph Alberts .......
Ioan Althouse ..........
Dan Andre .........
Marguerite Arpagian.. 1. -. 1. 1. 1
Ron Artim ..........
Robert Baatz ........
Frank Battaglia .....
Ieannette Becci .....
Sandra Becka ....
Lenore Bennett .....
Bob Bienerth ......
Ann Bissi .........
Evelyn Blecker ....
Beve Bolan .......
Laura Bonnell .....
Iohn Boros .........
Audrey Brnicevic .....
Dennis Brooks ......
Donalee Brush ....
Donald Brusk .....
Audrey Bucholtz ....
Annabelle Bump ....
Margaret Butler .....
Carmen Carpinelli ....
Ralph Carpinelli ....
Ed Carter ..........
'11, wlwh. who
...........4910 E. 95th St.
. . . . . 10109 Greenview Ave.
. . . . . .4982 Claremont Blvd.
. . . . . 10104 South Highland
..........4865 E. 85th St.
...........4687 E. 86th St.
. . . . 10604 Wadsworth Ave.
. . . . . . . . 13035 Hathaway
. . . . . . 10009 Russell Ave.
. . . . .9610 Sunnycliffe Ave.
. . . . . .4705 Rockwood Rd.
..........5201E. 117th St.
............5161 E. 113th St.
. . . .9304 Grand Division Ave.
. . . . . . . . .6346 Sunset Drive
......13712 Granger Rd.
. . .4649 E. 85th St.
. . . . . .9416 Garfield Blvd.
. . . . .11418 McCracken Rd.
... . . . . .4969 E. 110th St.
. . . . .9807 Robinson Ave.
. . . . . . . 10505 Penfield Ave.
. . . . . 12829 Oak Park Blvd.
. . . . . . . 11705 Willard Ave.
.. . . . . . .11705 Willard Ave.
. . . . 10924 Plymouth Ave.
Richard cqviu .... 9316. 1115555115 'Ave., Winter Park, Florida
Margaret Cigavic. . .
Carol Cipra ........
Lynne Clark ......
Marion Cmok .....
Nancy Coopy ......
Carmen Coppolino. .
Bill Corlett ..........
Emily Corradi .......
Eleanor Covelli .....
Dick Danhotfer .....
Kenneth Davis ....
Mildred Dee ....
Carol Delia .......
Adelaide DiFino ....
Gino DiPaola .....
Iames Dobric .....
Dick Domo .....
Lucille Dragen ....
Iim Duda .........
Elaine Eady ........
Shirley Faehnrich. . .
Bob Farling .........
Margaret Feucht ....
Tom Fisher .......
Bob Franz ......
Frank Frost .......
Barbara Fuller ....
Elsie Gabaric. ....
Alan Garratt ........
Vincent Gibaldi .....
. . . . 13304 Shady Oak Blvd.
.. . . . 12309 Darlington Ave.
. . . . . . .12711Grannis Rd.
. . . . . 13813 Dressler Rd.
..... .4859 E. 135 St.
. . . . . . .8108 Vista Ave.
. . . .9600 South Highland
. . . . 12018 Willard Ave.
. .. .. .5702 Turney Rd.
. . . . . . . .10113 Richland Rd.
. . . . .8811 Park Heights Ave.
. . . . . . . 13005 Willard Ave.
10408 South Highland Ave.
............5022 E. 114 St.
. . . . . . .8806 Plymouth Ave.
. . . . 10616 McCracken Blvd.
. . . . . 10309 South Highland
. . . . . 12317 Darlington Ave.
.............4828E. 85 St.
13723 Cranwood Park Blvd.
. . . . . . 10205 Robinson Ave.
. . . . . 10909 Penfield Ave.
. . . .9505 Park Heights Ave.
..........5084 E. 114 St.
. . . .9317 Park Heights Ave.
. . . . . 10606 Langton Ave.
. . . . 13900 Granger Road
. . . . . . 10013 Parkview Ave.
. . . . .9516 Park Heights Ave.
. . . .9615 McCracken Blvd.
Di. 1-7168 ....... "Sparks'
Mi. 1-5387 .....
Mi. 1-1528 . . ."Satch'
Di. 1-2127 ....... "Margie'
Vu. 3-8581 .... . . ."Bob'
Br. 1-4094 .... .........
Mo. 2-3869 ....... "Spider'
Di. 1-2196 ....... "Sandy'
Mo. 2-6781 .............
Di. 1-6224 . . . . . ."Bob'
Lu. 1-2658 .....
Lu. 1-2341 ......... "Evie'
Mi. 1-9501 ....... "Wiggs'
Mo. 2-0981 .............
Lu. 1-9902 .....
Di. 1-7918 ...... "Duke'
Di. 1-1152 . . . .. ."Brooksie'
Lu. 1-2110 ..............
Di. 1-2604 ....... "Shorts'
Br. 1-3881 ........ "Annie'
Mo. 2-2282 ..... "Maggie'
Mo. 2-0272 ..............
Mo. 2-0272 ........ "Carp'
Di. 1-1401 ... ...... "Ed'
Mo. 2-8684 ......... "Phi1'
Mo. 2-4843 ...... "Margie'
Mo. 2-1327 ......... "Cip'
Mi. 1-3898 ......... "Red'
Di. 1-0074 - ...... "Smokey'
Di. 1-5569 ....... "Shortie'
Br. 1-5626 ..............
Mo. 2-2700 .............
Mo. 2-9645 ....... "Emily'
Vu. 3-4483 ..... ..... ' 'El'
Vu. 3-0326 ......... "Moe'
Mo. 2-6944 ...... "Kenny'
Di. 1-3901 ...... "Mustard'
Br. 1-4532 .
1-2526 ........ "De De
... . . . ."Addie
. . . . ."Meatball
. . . . . . ."Donuts
. . "Sqirley Ann'
. . . . Lightning
Ronald Glover .........
Emily Golembiewski .....
Donald Golenski ....... .
Robert Gorczynski .... .
Tom Gredesky .......
Richard Gregory .....
I ack Hall ..............
Michael Haverlack .....
Ruth Hepler ..........
Carol Hertrick ......
Ruby Heydon ....
lack Hlavin ....
Pat Holan ........
Carol Holicky ......
Sylvia Holycross ..... . .
Shirley Homolak ....
lim Hover ..........
Steve Hronek .....
Iohn lammarino ....
Bruce Iacobson .....
Ieffrey Iames .......
' IL ldlwl who
. .......... 4893 E. 85 St.
. . . . .9804 Parkview Ave.
. . . . . . 10302 Richland Ave.
. . . . 10824 Wadsworth Ave.
.. . . . . 12417 Park Knoll
. . . . 12105 Oak Park Blvd.
.......l3205 Orme Rd.
. . . . . . 10822 Vernon Ave.
. . . . .12908 Shadyway Rd.
... . . . . .12424 Thraves Rd.
................5042E. 115 St.
13215 Cranwood Park Blvd.
............4805E. 135 St.
. . . . . 12413 Darlington Ave.
.. . . . . . 10309 Grace Ave.
. . . . 10720 Wadsworth Ave.
. . 10721 Park Heights Ave.
...........4907 E. 94 St.
Ronald larzynski ..... " .... 12412 odk Pdrk Blvd.
Robert Iohnson .....
Donald Justice .' ....
Iohn Kamm ........
Iohn Karpinecz .....
Lois Kasunic .......
Geraldine Kause .....
lulie Kavan ........
Carl Koprowski ....
Robert Kovach .....
Alex Krinickas .....
Betty Krzewinski ....
Ken Kucera ........
Dolores Kwasek ....
Jean Lendzian ....
Iohn Lentz .......
George Leonardi .....
Robert MacGeorge. . .
Carole Madal ........
Nancy Maier ......
Ronald Malak ........
Caroline Maschue ....
Carole McBride ....
Shirley McClure ......
Richard McVeigh. . .
Russell Meermans ....
Mary Ann Miller .....
Phyllis Mirous ......
Bonnie Mohney ......
Iosephine Monaco ......
Patrick Mowchan ....
Dan Mundy ........
Louise Murasky ....
Ruth Murasky ......
lane Myers ........
Evelyn Nadroski .....
Beverly Nichols ....
.........47Z2E 142 St.
. . . . .11023 Granger Rd.
. . . .9508 Garfield Blvd.
............4839E. 86 St.
. . . . 10413 South Highland
. . . . 11414 Edgepark Dr.
. . . . .4818 Turney Rd.
.. . . .5973 Turney Rd.
........4705 E. 93 St.
. . . . . .11343 Enfield Rd.
. . . . .9702 Plymouth Ave.
. . . . . 10818 Elmwood Ave.
. . . . . . . .9623 Park Heights
.7720 Grand Division Ave.
. . . . . . .9616 Garfield Blvd.
. .. . . .9616 Garfield Blvd.
. . . . .4963 Warner Rd.
......5257 E. 117 St.
....13135 Hathaway Rd.
. .4828 Rockwood Rd.
. . . . . 10716 Plymouth Ave.
.......5043 E. 114th St.
. . . . . 12115 Tonsing Dr.
. . . . . 10423 Grace Ave.
. . . .. .4911 E. 96th St.
. . . .4677 Horton Ave.
.. . . . 12317 Sunset Dr.
. . . . . . .4968 Henry St.
. . . .4815 Orchard St.
. . . . 5438 Turney Rd.
. . . .9405 S. Highland
. . . . .6312 Turney Rd.
6312 Tumey Rd
. . ...-.-9-6.08 Garfield Blvd:
. . . . 11812 Hastings Rd.
. . .. .4964 Orchard St.
Mi. 1-0808 ..."Ron"
Di. 1-5270 'Mickey"
Di. 1-3909 .......... "Don"
Vu. 3-0674 "Peanuts"
Wa. 1-3223 ..
Vu. 3-0892 . ."Rich"
Mo. 2-8258 ........
Mi. 1-1368 ."Havie"
Mo. 2-4858 ........
Vu. 3-6443 . ."Herk"
Mo. 2-6037 ........
Lu. 1-2462 ..."Pat"
Br. 1-2970 ."Ho11y"
Vu. 3-9520 .."Sy1v"
Mo. 2-1784 ........
Mi. 1-3309 . . ."Iim"
Di. 1-4862 ........
Lu. 1-2197 "Lannie"
Br. 1-6897 . ....... .
Vu. 3-7196 . . ."Bob"
Mi. 1-7498 .... "Don"
Vu. 3-8135 ........
Vu. 3-4884 ....... "Karpy"
Vu. 3-8883 ."Cloey"
Lu. 1-2436 ........ "Gerry"
Br. 1-6015 .... ..."Mike"
Mo. 2-1303 ........
Di. 1-6243 ..."Crow"
Br. 1-5483 ........
Br. 1-5995 ..."De1"
Di. 1-4189 ........
Br. 1-7906 ........
Br. 1-7906 ."Stash"
Di. 1-8829 ..."Leo"
Lu. 1-2712 "Whitey"
Di. 1-6690 .......... "Bob"
Br. 1-2464 ........ "Nibbs"
Br. 1-0667 .......... "Ron"
1-0116 .... .
. . . . . . ."Carrie"
. . Mac"
. l CII
. . "Russ
. . "Mari
. . . Liar,
. . . . . . . "Spook"
. . lllrigil
. . . "Bev"
Donna Niemann .... ....
Timothy Nolan ..... . .
Tom Nolan .......
Bette Lou Nutt ....
'JL Mimi, Ulm
8220 Grand Division Ave.
. . . . .8909 Plymouth Ave.
Ronnie Ochocki .... .......... 4 848 E. 88th St.
Fred Ollie .........
Donna Ondreyka .....
Ianet Orinski .......
Rose Parasiliti ....
Milan Pasek .......
Richard Pickering ....
Barbara Place-k ....
Ierry Plonski .....
Edward Potkay ....... . .
Robert Potocsnak .....
Zdenka Ptak .......
Elaine Puco ......
Margaret Renz .....
Charles Rhodes ....
Carol Rogers .....
Richard Rosa .....
lack Rusher ......
Larry Sadowsky ....
Ray Scherler .......
Audrey Schieda ....
Ioyce Schieda ....
Marcia Scholtz .....
Lynne Scolaro ....
Ianet Slagle ....
Ronald Smith .....
Elmer Spreitzer .....
Larry Stadden ......
Ellen Stonner ........
Patricia Sutowski .....
Ron Swider ............ . .
Betty lean Szilvasi.
Edward Takacs ....
Donald Terrinoni. . .
Patricia Titus .....
Annette Toth .....
Audrey Toth .......
Wayne Trubiano. .
PeqQY Tupa .......
Rose Marie Urzycki .....
David Van Dusen ....
Helen Vargo .......
Ronald Vasenda. . .
Iohn Waite .......
. . .5010 Charemont Blvd.
....12010 Oak Park Blvd.
. .. .. . . .5029 E. 115th St.
........12917 Orme Rd.
. . . . . 13615 Dressler Rd.
.......4913 E. 111 St.
. . . . . .4671 Burleigh Rd.
. . . . . . . 12823 Grannis Rd.
. .l2l0l Shady Oak Blvd.
..........4786E. 84th St.
. . . . . . 10204 Edgepark Dr.
. . . . 10000 Broadway Ave.
. . . . 11711 McCracken Rd.
. . . . . . . 10423 Grace Ave.
. . . .12400 Oak Park Blvd.
. . . . .9706 Sladden Ave.
. . . . . . . 12208 Tonsing
.........490l E. 95thSt.
. . .5236 E. 105th St.
. .. . 10308 Plymouth Ave.
........4984 E. 110th St.
. . . . . .l08l0 Langton Ave.
. . 12604 Shady Oak Blvd.
.........4614 E. 93rd St.
..........4832 E. 85th St.
. . . . 10905 Elmwood Ave.
. . . .. . . .5287 E. 119th St.
. . . . . 12808 Thraves Rd.
. . . . . .4694 Rockwood Rd.
. . . . 10104 Parkview Ave.
. . .9514 McCracken Blvd.
. . . 12425 Darlington Ave.
. . . . . .4772 E. 93rd St.
. . . . .6208 Turney Rd.
. . . . 4682 Birchwood
. . . . 11702 Crofton Rd.
. . . . . 10001 Russell Ave.
.. . . .. .4919 E. 96th St.
. . . . . . 10805 Vernon
. . . . 12800 Havana Rd.
. . . .9705 Robinson Ave.
. . ..... 9202 McCracken Blvd.
Patricia Warren .... .... 1 0607 McCracken Rd.
Margaret Waszak. .
Ioan Willis ..........
Irma Wiltshire .....
Nancy Witwer .....
Ruth Wolfinger ....
Grace Zelasko .....
Richard Zelle .....
Ed Zrimsek .....
.. . . . . .5287 E. 115th St.
.. . . .5139 E. 114th St.
.....529l E. 119th St.
. .. .. .5293 E. 115th St.
. . . .1250l Thraves Rd.
. . . . . 13317 Broadway
.. . . .4967 Turney Rd.
. . . . 10714 Sladden Ave.
Mi. 1-1864 .... ..."Don'
Mi. 1-3544 ..... .. ."Tim'
Mi. 1-3544 ..."Red'
Mi. 1-3781 . . ."Iack'
Mi. 1-2615 ..... . . ."Ron'
Vu. 3-9574 ........
Mo. 2-0383 . ."Drake'
Lu. 1-2461 ........
Mo. 2-1867 ........
Vu. 3-7707 ........ "Mike'
Di. 1-0554 ..."Rich'
Di. 1-6864. "Skt Nose
Mo. 2-7680 . . ."Ierry'
Mo. 2-8366 ..... "Ed'
Mi. 1-1889 . . ."Poto
Mi. 1-0482 "Podenka'
Br. 1-7361 .."Pizan
Lu. 1-2226 'Sparrow
None ........... "Chuck
Mo. 2-2985 ........ "Babe
Di. 1-3650 . . ."Rich
Mo. 2-4099 ........
Mi. 1-4512 ...... "Serinus'
Mi. 1-5462 ."Sch1itz
Br. 1-0049 . . . ."Aud
Di 1-8206 . . .f'Beans
vit. 3-5787.11.11 .... "Deen
Mo. 2-5514 ........
Vu. 3-0327 ........
Mi. 1-3390 ."Smitty'
Vu. 3-1359 ........ "Fudd
Lu. 1-2077 . ."Larry
Mo. 2-2756 ........... "E1
Di. 1-6739 . .... "Pat'
Mi. 1-2878 ....... "Sweets'
Di. 1-3319 .... "Walt'
Mo. 2-8226 ..."Iea:n'
Mi. 1-7786 ..... "Ed
Mo. 2-7056 . ."Terror
Mi. 1-7428 ..."Patti'
Mo. 2-9907 . . ."Toni'
Mi. 1-4336 ........
Br. 1-1624 . ."S1eep'
None .... ........
Mo. 2-3214 . . "Rosie
Di. 1-1481 ....... "Deutch'
Mo. 2-8838 ........ "Babe'
Mi. 1-3037 ........ "Sindy'
Mi. 1-3755 ."Punkie
Di. 1-7046 ."Pudgie'
Lu. 1-2572 . . . . . ."Midqe'
Lu. 1-2237 .... "1eri'
Lu. 1-2193 ..."Io'
Lu. 1-2361 ........
Mo. 2-3655 ........ "Nan'
Vu. 3-7775 ....... "Ruthie'
Mi. 1-6878 '
. . ."Dick
. . . ."Ed
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2. Flack, Hupcey, Pekala, Pobiega, Wimsett, Ersek, Cullopo, Tarr
3. Roddy, Kubat, Clarke, Lepkowski, Zachary, Richer, Williams, Kuzmin
4. Sapara, Abelt, Schouf, Shearon, Grant, Meade, Stash, Nichols
5. Konieczynski, Fennell, Frederico, Shimp, Linke, Strizzi, Chesnik, Seither
5. Demassimo, Smith, Walters, Fueqlein, Welks, Picone
7. Marsh, Sawyer, Markofi, Olbrysh
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Bob Kirby, Ron Vasenda, Ralph
Carpinellt, Dan Mundy, Tom Gredeskey, Art Vidmar, Tom
Gallagher, Bob MacGeorge, Ron Ochocki.
SECOND ROW: Iohn Dostal, loe Viglione, Ron Simia, Ken
Nowacki, Bob Karwowski, Carmen Coppolino, Ray Scherler.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Walter Williams, Athletic Director, Coach
On August 20, 1953 our Bulldogs held their first
practice session of the 1953 football season. The
squad had a little over four Weeks of practice
before their first game of a nine game schedule.
Sept. 18 Canton Lehman ...... 33 6
Sept. 26 at University School .. . 6 32
Oct. 2 Ashland ......... . 7 12
Oct. 9 at Berea .......... . . . 12 13
Oct. 16 Maple Heights . . . . . . 13 7
Oct. 23 Willoughby .... . . . 19 14
Oct. 29 at Brush ....... . . . 33 6
Nov. 6 Bedford ..... . . . 20 13
Nov. 13 Painesville ........... 20 6
The Bulldogs lost their season opener against
Canton Lehman. After their first loss they came
back with three straight wins beating University
School, Ashland, and Berea. They then lost their
remaining five games to Maple Heights, Willough-
by, Brush, Bedford, and Painesville, to end the
season with a 3-6 record.
Adam Rogalsky, Coach William Morris, Wayne Trubiano,
Elmer Spreitzer, Dennis Brooks, Frank Fiore, Eddie Nemetz,
Russ Meermans, Bob Baatz, Tim Schuster, Dick Zelle, Eddie
Carter, Walter Szelagowski, Coach Andrew Knezek, Head
Coach Clifford Foust.
Three of the games the Bulldogs lost were close
contests in which they were ahead up until the
final two minutes of the game. The three games
that they dropped in the last two minutes of the
game were the Maple Heights, Willoughby, and
Garfield scored 109 points and their opponents
scored 203 points. Wayne Trubiano was the lead-
ing scorer on the squad with 49 points. Elmer
Spreitzer was second in the scoring column with
31 points. Rich Rosa had 18 points to be third
place in scoring and Tim Shuster was fourth with
Ron Vasenda and Ed Nemetz having one point
each to round out the scoring for the season.
The squad by positions was as follows: Ends:
Carter, Leonardi, MacG-eorge, Ochocki, Szela-
gowski, Fiore, Gallagher cmd Nemetz. Tackles:
Brooks, Plonski, Zelle, and Nowacki. Guards:
Carpinelli, Coppolino, Gredesky, Scherler, and
Viglione. Center: Meermcms.
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Some time during the day you are sure to be greeted by the friendly
smile of Peggy Feucht. Peggy is considered one of busiest girls of the
Senior Class, whether it be planning the program for a Y-Teen meeting
or arranging a G.A.A. get-together. These are some of the reasons why
she was voted the girl with the most "Leadership" in the Senior Class.
Peggy has served as Program Chairman of Y-Teen, President of G.A.A.,
Student Chairman of Magazine Campaign, and many other activities, too
numerous to mention.
Peggy's greatest thrill, of course, was the sound oi the words, "l
crown you Homecoming Queen of 1953, Peggy Feucht"!
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The five Varsity Cheerleaders who are wearing the blue and gold outfits this year are: Audrey Schieda, captain, serving for two years:
Donna Niemann, two years: Carol Hertrick, two years, Pat Sutowski, two years, and Marcia Scholtz, one year.
Mrs. Ethel Witter helped these senior girls a great deal in developing timing, motions, and formations. The cheerleaders, themselves,
did much to create good sportsmanship and school spirit with their pep rallies and their enthusiasm when cheering the teams on to victory.
The Ctarlielcl Heights Majorettes 1953-1954 under the direction of Mr. Guy Stella, did an outstanding job this year. They include: head
rnulorotte, Betty Lou Nutt, and strutting in the line behind her are: Beverly Bradler, Nancy Nowak, Barbara Sadowsky, Anne Marie Strizzi,
and Ruth Wollinger. They are active during the football season and all parades, including the Homecoming and Memorial Day Parades
and all other activities which come up during the year. Left to right: Nancy Nowak, Mary Strizzi, Betty Lou Nutt, Ruth Wolfinqer, Barbara
Sadowsky and Beverly Bradler.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Dan Mundy, Wayne Trubiano, Dan Marsh, Ray Scherler, Ron Vasenda.
SECOND ROW: Coach Carl McColloch, Tim Nolan, Gary Philbrick, Dan Andre, Ed Nernetz, Bob
Hart, Don Prange, Manager.
Coach Carl McColloch's Varsity basketball
team ended their difficult season with a record of
two victories out of eighteen games. Garfield
defeated Maple Heights and Bedford in conference
play. Many games were lost by close scores in
which the addition of only one more tall player
might have made the difference between victory
Wayne Trubiano was the high scorer with 211
points in lO conference games and also scored
over 500 points in his three year varsity career.
Ron Vasenda after a late start due to football
injuries ended the season with 81 points in 8
conference games. All of the team tried hard to
overcome their handicaps but it just.Wasn't a
Varsity year. Things look brighter for Varsity
basketball next year as both the Frosh and IV
teams had good seasons and their players moving
up to the Varsity should show a vastly improved
record next year. The team changed personnel
several times during the season but at one time
or another seven different senior boys played on
the team. These seniors were: Ron Vasenda,
Wayne Trubiano, Dan Mundy, Ray Scherler, Tim
Nolan, Dan Andre and Elmer Spreitzer.
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FIRST ROW, left to righti lim Duda, Mike Haverlack, Harry Parrot, Paul Suhay, Rich Dupley, Dennis
Brooks, Larry Staddori, Dave l..uc"as, Bill Dolugus, Frank Fiore.
SECOND BOW: Coat-h William lflorris, it-.ilu Gibson, Rich Gregory, Terry Piatkowski, Russ Meormans,
Dan Shenk, lltan Pr-rko, Burt English, lint Farrar, Paul Roplzo, Larry Conway anti ltiftli Kelpac.
THIRD HOW: Chuck Kolwrna, Don tivlirioiclor, Boll Kenski, Bill Guainoi, Alan Schneider, Torn
Miljack, Fton Schinirtlc, Bob Mavic, Bill lfaziy and ltonald Boslaugh,
The wrestling team this year, under the coach-
ing of Mr. William Morris worked very hard for
the regular season and the Conference Tourna-
ment, The State Tournament and the A. A. U. In
the regular season the squad won five and lost
four matches. The team consisted of five returning
letterrnen Dennis Brooks, Captain, Frank Fiore,
Mike Haverlack, lim Duda, Larry Stadden and
other members new to the squad. The lettermen
were responsible for the training of all newcomers.
Coach Morris expects a great future with the boys
who are now new in the sport and is striving for cr
championship team next year.
Best Records during the Year
Won Lost Tied
Frank Fiore .... . 9 0
Mike Haverlack .. . 6 3
Iim Duda ..... .i 7 1 l
Dennis Brooks ......,...... 6 l
Conference Tournament at Bedford
Fiore and Brooks took first place in their weight
class. Duda took second.
Fiore took first place in the State in the 166
pound class. Haverlack took fourth place in the
113 pound class.
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Hall auards are all volunteers espe-
cially trained in methods of orderly
conduct in tho halls and also serve as
friendly qreotcrs to visitors in our build-
ina. Hall auarcls also see that each
student in the halls has the approved
pass from the teacher.
Each hall quard can be identified by
his or her briaht blue and aotd arm
band which is worn while at their posts.
Mr. Harold Kimball is the advisor of
the Hall Guards. Other members of the
faculty who work closely with the Hall
Guards are: Mr. Philip B. White, Mr.
Raymond Stiefel, lvlr. Adam Roqalsky
and Mr. Joseph Bonqorno.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Dave Van
Dusen, Gerry Plonski, Milan Paselc,
Mr. Harold Kimball, Gino DiPaola, Bob
Gorcznski, Tom Basta, SECOND ROW:
Beve Bolan, Carol Holicky, Elaine
Couch, Ioyce Conway, Dawn Foltz,
Audrey Jones, Bob Siamund, Bob Iohn-
son. THlRD ROW: Ray Maria, Dick
Thomas, Bob Kirby, Bob Kuzma, Tim
Schuster, Vince Falcone, Bob Hart, Iohn
The Movie Operators are under the
direction of Mr. Ralph W'itter. Officers
are: President, lack Hall, Co-President,
Richard Gregoryg Vice-President, Bob
Bienerth, and Treasurer, Miko Haver-
lack. There are 14 active members in
the Movie Operators.
Operators show all movies obtained
by the school. These include the noon-
day movies and those shown in the
classroom. Operators also assist out-
side organrzations when thoy desire a
movie shown. lviombers are: Harry
Parrot, Ronald Iarzynski, Richard Mar-
ble, David Benthvk, Charles Koberna,
Ralph Freeman, George Hrizo, Dennis
Fodor and Louis Sm-irozza.
This qroup of boys are credited with
their help at asscmblies and at many
other times when the stage is in use.
They are under the guidance of Mr.
Raymond Stiefel. Some of the activities
this year have been: providing lighting
and puttina up niicrophones for Show-
boat, assemblies and other staae activi-
ties. Officers are: lack Hall, president,
Ron larzynski, vico president, and toe
Badarzynski, treasurer. Other members
are: Bob Kirby, Bob Zawacki, Lorne
Bevis, lim Humpal, Art Vidmar, Kon
Nowacki, Tony Cipiilla, Bill Kopper,
Dennis Roman and Melvin Bucholtz.
The Student Council is under the super-
vision of Mr. Stephen Delrosso and Mr.
Phillip B. White. There are ten members
which are composed of the president and
vice-president of each class. The officers
are Russell Meermans, Presidenty Vincent
Falcone, Vice-President, and Nancy No-
Their job is to study problems that come
up between the students and the school.
Their outstanding activity this year was
handling the Homecoming Assembly and
the Homecoming festivities, They were also
in charge of the Lost and Found Depart-
ment, which is a year around job.
FIRST ROW: Nancy Nowak, Russ Meer-
mans, Mr. Stephen Delrosso, Vince Fal-
cone, Pat Reichart. SECOND ROW: Lana
Grant, Lee Penkowski, Ray' Maria, Ken
Magyar, Susan Chapple and Don Brusk.
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Membership in the National Honor Society is in-
deed a great honor, because it is significant of having
attained achievement in outstanding scholarship,
character, leadership, and service. In addition to
these qualifications members must also have the
recommendations of the faculty.
At the annual Induction Assembly, the chosen
group of juniors and seniors were called forth to the
stage to place their names on the membership roll,
and to receive their membership pins. The assembly
was followed by a luncheon for all new and old
The Induction Assembly and luncheon, the N,H,S.
all-school dance, and a picnic in the Spring, were
the main projects and social events of the organiza-
tion this year.
Mrs. Ruby Matson, faculty advisor, headed the
society with the aid of the following officers: lim
Duda, President, Carol Cipra, Vice-President, Carole
McBride, Secretary, Marcia Scholtz, Treasurer. Other
senior members are: Audrey Schieda, Peggy Feucht,
Donna Niemann, and Donalee Brush.
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The Valentine Committee consists of fac-
ulty and students from each grade level.
The faculty is Miss Kathryn Riggle, chair-
man, Miss Anne Neville, Mr. Guy Stella.
and Mr. Steven Zorich. The student com-
mittee consists of Ianet Feucht, Chairmang
Carol Cipra, Dick Zelle, Dan Marsh, Ann
Duda, Gerry Piatlcowski, Don Prange, Carol
Ianicki, Ralph Thomas, Domenic Federico
and Evangeline Parrot.
The purpose of this committee was to
choose students who have been- recom-
mended for their qualities of graciousness,
friendliness, thoughtfulness, and enthusi-
asm in present day living and also to honor
those students who have these traits and
to impress upon the students the need for
these qualities, and to give an inspirational
program planned to honor the candidates.
Boom 237 is one of the busiest rooms in the
school, for it is there that the Garfield Mirror, stu-
dent newspaper publication, is edited. Mrs. Louise
Conley and Mr. Philip B. White, staff advisors,
supervise the writing and editing of the paper.
Publication of the paper is bi-monthly, with a
special issue at Christmas, and one in Iune, which
is dedicated to the senior class.
The Mirror is a member of the National Scho-
lastic Press Association and is a top-rated news-
paper. This year marks the twenty-seventh con-
secutive year of successful publication.
Financially, the Mirror is supported by student
subscriptions and the advertising of local mer-
chants. lohn Lentz is the student business and
To become a member of the Mirror Staff, a stu-
dent must have a definite interest and desire to
write, plus a good English grade. The fourteen
staff members this year have done an excellent
job of maintaining the high standards of publica-
tion for which the Mirror is known.
This year's staff was composed of the following
members: Donna Niemann, Peggy Feucht, and
Donalee Brush, who were Senior members with
three years of service. Adelaide DiFino, Buss
Meermans, Iohn Lentz, Audrey Schieda, and Betty
Lou Nutt, also seniors, who have served on the
staff for two years. Also a two year staff member
is Katherine Lesmer, a sophomore. Newcomers
this year were Sylvia Holycross, senior, Norbert
Owens, junior, Don Schneider, sophomore: Iudy
I-lepplewhite and lane Davis, freshmen.
Office assistants are a group of students
who are willing to give up study halls to
work in one of four cflices. Tins group is
composed of seniors and a few juniors
who have some business training such as
filing, typing, and niirneographing.
Girls with an ambition for office expe-
rience are anxious to act in the capacity
of office assistants or teacher secretaries,
These activities provide experience in rec-
ord keeping, filing, duplicating, and typing.
This knowledge, gained while in high
school, will weigh heavily in their favor
when applying for work after graduation.
The public's first contact with our schools
cornes with a cheerful "Good morning,
Garfield Heights City Schools" as a dozen
or more business education students
answer the school's PBX every period of
This work offers valuable experience
and training which will help in work aftt-r
graduation, in fact a waiting list of appli-
cants is always on file in the cffico of
Assistant Principal, Mr. Philip ll. White,
who supervises the switchboard ctptfrratictns.
Senior, Peggy Foucht is head operator.
The switchboard is ctperatcnl liy the :girls
from seven forty-five ir: five cfciock five
days a week. The girls are assigned dxf-
ferent periods to operate the PBX, The
operators are: Marcia Sfholtz, loan Willis,
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,they Schieda, lanet Lllagle, loan liatlaz
Elaine Couch, lane-t Eeucht, Marion Crunk,
Marilyn Sarnmon, Dianr- Zulewski, Marlene
Sech, luanita Wachuta.
ElRST ROW, left to right: Elaine Eaflyt
Addie Dilfino, Marcia Scholtz. SELQGND
ROVV, left to right: Hon larzynski, lack
Hall, Bob lohnson.
You are always sure of keeping well
informed on all happenings arounl the
halls of G. HH. S. when you lis!en to the
announcements lroin our capable PA. Staff.
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Fzgday
mornings, during homeroom these an-
nouncements are made under the direction
of Mr? Harold Kimball, with the assistance
of announcers, Addie DiEino, Elaine Eady.
Marcia Scholtz, and Bob Iohnson. As engi-
neers on the control hoard are: lack Hall
and Ron larzynski, under the direction of
Mr. Raymond Stiefnl,
These students find their work interest-
ing and instructive, and are always ready
when called upon to make special an-
nouncements of interest and importance.
The librarians make up a serv-
ice group without social organi-
zation. They are composed of one
representative in each homeroom.
Each person is distinguished,
faithful, and regular attendance.
His duty is to take to his fellow
students and teachers all com-
munications which have been
gathered up during the previous
day. Daily they serve the entire
school and deserve praise they
seldom receive. At the end of
each day a small number volun-
teer to prepare rooms and books
for all students who will the next
day avail themselves of library
The Ushers Club, under the expert di-
rection of Mr. Frank Trella, is made up of
17 active members. its membership is
open to students from the tenth to twelfth
grades. lts officers are: Barbara Placek,
President, Rose Parasiliti, Vice President,
and Ianet Orinski, Secretary, Treasurer.
The purpose of this club is to usher for
many school activities and community
social events. Some of the outstanding
accomplishments this past year were the
Showboat, the Spring Concert, and Com-
The girls in their smart sweaters and
skirts, and the boys, in their suits, set a
fine example at all events.
The Bankers composed of Mr.
Allen Scholls 8th grade home-
room, did a very good job this
On Tuesday mornings, during
homeroom, students of G. l-l. l-l. S.
are allowed to bring in their
money to make deposits in their
This method of banking in
school is very convenient for the
students, also it teaches the bank-
ers banking procedures.
The bankers also have the re-
sponsibility of collecting money
and selling tickets for the Year-
book, Showboat, PTA. Member-
ship and other school activities.
The Y-Teen has had a very successful
year under their sponsors, Miss Kathryn
Riggle tfaculty sponsorl and Mrs. Waters
tclub motherl. Their president, Donna Nie-
mann, has worked exceptionally hard to
make her meetings interesting. Other offi-
cers are vice president, Ianet Feuchtg sec-
retary, Addie Di Einog and treasurer, Carol
Thomas. The chairmen of the cabinet are,
programs, Peggy Feucht, and assistant,
Audrey Schiedag music, Carol Hertrickg
posters, Zdenka Ptak, service, Pat Sutow-
ski: interclub representative, Elitta Sed-
laceky publicity, Marcia Scholtzp social,
Beve Nichols and membership, Marilyn
Michalek. The purpose of Y-Teen is Service
and Friendship, Seine of their projects are,
making favors for hospitals and orphan-
ages, sponsoring a childrens program, the
Valentine assembly and the Y-Teen King
assembly and dance.
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The G.A. A. is sponsored by Miss lean Siedel
and Mrs. Ethel Witter. They hold their meetings
once a month and often have "buzz sessions" in
which they elect new teams and officers. The
officers are, Peggy Eeucht, President, Carol Mc-
Bride, Vice Presidentp Beverly Nickels, Secretaryp
and Pat Sutowski, Treasurer.
Some of the activities for this year were the
Annual Soccer Supper, Parents night, the Annual
Reunion and Playday. At Playday girls from
other Cleveland schools come and have a meet-
ing together which brings about many new
friendships. The Garfield G. A.A. consists of
about 200 members. The new members this year
were given "big sisters" to help them, These
girls also sponsor the girls intramural program,
This organization is open to girls 9 through l2
t A y, The purpose of the Val-
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Patricia Andrysak, Ann Bissi, Joe Bissi, Marge Bissi, Beve
Bolan, Dennis Brooks, Annabelle Bump, Rhoda Callahan, Susan
Chapplo, Carol Cipra, Arlene Davis, lane Davis, Marlene Ditz-
ler, Ann Duda, Ianet Feucht, Peggy Feucht, Domenic Frederica,
Barbara Gettier, Marlene Gillespie, Lana Grant, Doris Gro-
chocki, Florence Harrison, Bob Hart, Carol Holicky, Shirley
l-iomolak, Rat laffrin, Carol Ianicki, Tom Iasin, Richard Kessler,
Karen Kramer, lean Lendzian, Iohn Lentz, Barbara Lesrner,
Kathryn Lesrner, Patty Lesmer, Geraldine MacGeorge, Ken
Magar, Ray Maria, Dan Marsh, Nancy Marsh, Carrie Mo. Wire,
Russ Meermans, Casimer Monczewski, Sandra Nemeth, Bette
Nutt, Evangeline Parrot, Rich Pickering, Edward Podojil, Don
Prange, Audrey Schieda, Marcia Scholtz, Barbara Smith, Iohn
Spath, Elmer Spreitzer, lrene Staskey, Donna Stautihar, Ellen
Stonner, Marge Stonner, Ann Marie Strizzi, Marlene Szymalak,
Ralph Thomas, Toni Toth, Barbara Waters, Hazel Wiggins,
Howard Welker, Lois Vlfiltshire, ludy Vesso, Dick Zelle.
The Gym Leaders met as a class at 7:45 each
morning through all kinds of weather. The girls were
trained to the best of their ability to lead gym classes
and to referee intrarnurals. These girls act as lead-
ers and directors of the gym classes. They are will-
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The officers were: Peggy Feucht, presidentg Beve
Bradler, librarian. Miss lean Seidel was the advisor
of the class which was composed of forty-nine girls
in grades 10-12.
This year the Future Teachers of Amer-
ica was under the direction of Mrs. Mabel
Saner. The officers were: Martha Rocco,
president: Don Brusk, vice president, and
Marge Arpaiian, secretary-treasurer. The
purpose of this club is to help the boys
and girls, interested in this field, get a
better understanding of its requirements
The group this year has attended F.T.A.
Day at Kent State and also at Fenn
College. Often members substitute for
teachers in the elementary grades.
The purpose of Future Nurses of Amer-
ica is to interest students in health and
encourage them to find out what the nurs-
ing field has to offer as a career.
Officers were Audrey Urban, president:
Zdenka Ptak, vice president, Ruth Hepler,
secretary. Their advisor is Mrs. Phyllis
The F.N.A. has a constitution and is
affiliated with the Greater Cleveland
Nurses Career group. Field trips have
been made to various hospitals and sev-
eral field representatives from the hos-
pitals have addressed the F.N.A. group
The Art Service group
has l8 active members
who worked on the de-
signing and painting of
Showboat scenery and
prepared plans for the Art
Assembly held in April.
lt is their aim to promote
high standards of appre-
ciation for art among
members of the school
Officers are: President,
Patricia Galloglyg Vice
President, Nancy Sklen-
ickay Sec.-Treasurer, Den-
is Reid and the Advisor is
Miss Ruth Grunauer.
The purpose of this pub-
lic service club was to
serve the various organi-
zations of the school need-
ing hostess service. This
year the club consisted of
fifteen active members.
The officers were: Presi-
dent, Carol Ciprag Vice
President, Barbara Placekg
Secretary, Nancy Marsh
and Treasurer, Ianet Grin-
ski. The club was under
the guidance of Miss Kath-
The I. V. Cheerleaders cheered for all
Iunior Varsity and freshmen football
and basketball games. Under the dir-
ection of Mrs. Ethel Witter they tried
very hard to promote and extend good
school spirit and sportsmanlilce playing.
This year the squad was composed
of Carol Waters, Captain, Pat Marrek,
Marilyn Davis and Ioan Franz. These
girls are hoping to gain additional hon-
ors as Varsity Cheerleaders next year.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Audrey Schieda, Phyllis Mirous, Sharon
Doran, Lois Wiltshire, Annabelle Bump, Iim Schieda, Iohn Acker-
man, George Butcher, Ioan Willis, Juanita Wachuta, Rose Marie
Testa, Ianet Slagle, Norma l-lolicky, and Mr. William Toneff.
SECOND ROW: Carol Tann, Donna Niemann, Carmella Mollica,
Wanda Konikowski, Don Lewandowski, Iohn Karpinecz, Andy
Provenzano, Bob l-llavacek, Mary Ann Miller, Lolitta Yenetall,
Carol McBride, and Marlene Ditzler.
The 1954 Garfield Heights High School Choir
was again one of the most active groups in the
school and was under the direction of Mr. William
Toneff. In his seventh year of direction, our school
can again be proud of his Work in building an
The Choir this year is composed of fifty-five
voices. The officers were chosen at the close of
the 1953 school yearg the results are as follows:
Donna Niemann, President, Annabelle Bump, sec-
retary, Ioan Willis, Treasurer. The everyday job
of passing out music and collecting it is taken
over by Pat Titus, while the Choir robes are kept
in order by Ianet Slagle, Iuanita Wachuta, and
THIRD ROW: lean Lendzian, Mary Ann Brauer, Betty Lou Protiva,
loyce Conway, Evelyn Nadroski, Don Kaminski, Don Brusk, Ray
Holocker, Chuck Sakmar, Bill Geiger, Allen Reinker, Ioan Conway,
Marilyn Michalak, and Pat Bartunek.
FOURTH ROW: Carol l-lertrick, Sharon Murray, Iackie Lisy, Toni
Toth, Pat Titus, Tom Harrison, Alan Schneider, Bill Petty, Neal
Titus, George Straub, Pat Reichart, Marjorie Reising, and Phyllis
The purpose of this organization is to furnish
entertainment for school and community events.
During the past year the Choir has sung for many
events, some of which were: Thanksgiving Assem-
bly, Christmas Assemblyp Music Festival, Tri-
Choir Festival, Showboat, WIW Radio Appear-
ance, and the annual program at the State Hos-
In the Music Festival Assembly, ten senior girls
received their letters for participating in the Choir
for five semesters. They were: Pat Titus, Audrey
Toth, Audrey Schieda, Toni Toth, Iean Lendzian,
Ianet Slagle, Donna Niemann, Ioan Willis, Anna-
belle Bump, and Carol McBride.
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FIRST ROW: Addie DiFino, Helen Starnoules, Hazel Wiggins, Pat
Sulowski, Marge Cigavic, Virg Millar, Deloris Schneider, lean
Fassett, Lynne Clark, leanette Becci, ludy Hepplewhite, Arlene
Davis, Pat Holan, Lois Kasunic, Marcia Scholtz, Kitty Zelaslco.
SECOND ROW: Maryann Wolnoski, Linda Rosa, Arlene Sobie,
Anita Delia, Marge Kish, Grace Neal, Lynne Iohns, Ann Burcham,
Barbara Dugovics, Louise Costanzo, Carol Kuligowski, lane Yaco-
liellis, Lucy Bondi, Ianice Dougher, Nancy Witwer, Beve Podolski,
Diane Zulewski, Bonnie Speth, Carol Thomas, Evelyn Yesso, Ioyce
THIRD ROW: Ioan Weber, Madelaine Lucas, Marge Arpaiian,
Ellen Stonner, Barbara Gardner, Ioan Vilt, Carol Boers, Barbara
Kammerer, Mildred Kalta, Ruby Heydon, Carol Holicky, Betty lean
Szilvasi, Maryann Chouan, Ruth Colberg, Rosalie Pellow, Marian
Danner, Noreen Baclawski, Mildred Holicky, Carrie Maschue.
FOURTH ROW: Sondra Becca, Ieri Weggins, Bonnie Mohney,
Ioyce Waid, Ieanette Paderewski, Karen Seese, Nancy Maier,
Carmella Fiorentini, Mari Kolakowski, Ioyce Warren, Pat Mays,
Tina Nadroski, Carole Maclal, Pat Warren, Ioan Kiazel, Nancy
Schevanek, Barbara Fruscella, Dawn Trudeau, Gerry MacGeorge.
lane Myers and Delores Majewski were absent when this picture
This year under the supervision of Mr. William Toneff, the Girls' G-lee Club
enjoyed participating in many assemblies, such as the Song Fest and Christmas
assembly, and for their own pleasure. A fine job was also done by this group
in singing and dancing in the annual presentation of the Showboat.
The Glee Club, made up of seventy-eight members ranging in grades nine
through twelve, sing in three parts-soprano, second soprano, and alto. The
senior officers of this group are: Marge Cigavic,'Presidenty Nancy Maier, Vice
Presidentp Addie Diljino, Treasurerp and Pat Sutowski, Secretary.
53-54 Homecornmq Footb
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Queen was crowned. Other events include the String Festiv
directmq was taken over
of. Startmq 1953-54 season, the job of
aqer loe Rocco.
Ron Artim, Busi
lf-time football performances:
CLARINET S TENOR SAX
Del Pizzo, Lois
Radai, Ioan ""
Sadowski, Barbara' '
Nutt, Betty Lou' ' '
Strizzi, Ann Marie
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Head Mai orette
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The orchestra has carried on its usual activities
this year playing for assemblies, the Band Festi-
val, and graduation. Although few in number they
have shown great interest. 'Lynn Scolaro is the
concortinistress and Irina Wiltsliire the assistant
concertrnistress ot the orchestra. Lynn is known
throughout the state for her playing and has par-
ticipated as a soloist in the Northeastern Ohio
Orchestra at Kent and also the All State Crchestra.
Mr. Guy Stella is the director ot the orchestra.
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The 1953-1954 year was a year of development
for the Cadet Band. Because oi the change of the
7th grade to the cnleinentary school building, this
year the size oi thc Cadet Band has been greatly
loissorifvd. This band is used as a training group
to prepare younger musicians tor the Senior Band.
They performed this year at the Halloween Party,
Solo and Ensemble Contest, and the Band Festival.
The Cadet Band is under the direction ot Mr. Guy
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PATRONIZE OUR SCHOOL FRIENDS-BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF GAR!-'IELD HEIGHTS
Fulton, Krinsky G Dela Motte, 6014 Euclid Ave .... .....
Charles W. Bradler, 11215 Vemon Ave. ...... .
APPLIANCES 6 FURNITURE
Konrad Fumlture Co., 4851 Tumey Rd. ....... .
Stanley Appliance, 4713 Tumey Rd. ......... .
Bedford Ford. 310 Broadway .................
Horton Chevrolet, 566 Broadway ...........
Macy Motor Truck Corp., 13600 Broadway. . . .
Smith Packard Co. Inc., 16501 Broadway. . . .
South East Chevrolet Co., 8815 Broadway .... .
Stone Buick, 250 Broadway ............,.....
Broadway Magnet Garage, 5312 Magnet Ave.. .
B. M. Curtiss, 4919 'Tumey Rd. .............. .
Havfe's Pure Service Station, 5171 Northfield
Bud Nutt's Texaco Service, 5046 Turney Rd.. . .
Universal Auto Body, 4311 Brookpark Rd.....
Woodward Garage, 9741 Woodward Ave.. . ..
Nick G Sons Bakery, 4452 Warner Rd.. . . .
Strabley Baking Co., 1909 Scovill Ave .... .
Anqelo's Barber Shop, 9816 Garfield Blvd.. . . .
Phil's Barber Shop. 4976 Tumey Rd. ....... .
Steve's Barber Shop, 4853 Turney Rd.....
Rose Beauty Salon, 4849 Tumey Rd. ...... .
Mr. 6. Mrs. Emil Kobema, 3596 E. 131 St. .... .
Rudy's Lanes, 4835 Tumey Rd. ............ .. ...... ..
BUILDING MAINTENANCE G MATERIALS
Wm. Runyu, 13029 Lorain Ave. ..................... .
Alex Zarernba 61 Son, 6575 York Rd. ................. .
American Building Cleaning Co., 7815 Ridgefield Rd.. . .
Dr. Iohn N. Kane, 9710 Garfield Blvd. .... .
La1's Dry Cleaning, 8807 Garfield Blvd. ........ .
CLERGYMEN G CHURCHES
Rev. Harry B. Parrott, D.D., 9619 Garfield Blvd. ........ Ml
Garfield Hts. Methodist Church, 4977 Turney Rd. ........ M1
1rwin's Children's Wear, 5012 Tumey Rd. .... .
May's Fashion Shop, 8598 Garfield Blvd .... .
Ioe Setgel, Tumey Town ...............
Wright Dept. Store, 4992 Turney Rd. ..... .
Emil Marcelletti G Son Constr., 11610 Willard Ave. .... MO
Willard Construction Co.
Mr. G Mrs. Frank Smith, 6160 Tumey Rd.. . . .
Mr. G Mrs. George Smith, 6160 Tumey Rd. .... .
Campus Dairy, 4879 Tumey Rd. ........... .
Garfield Decorators Supply Co., 4933 Turney Rd..
M. I. Luezzi Painting G Decorating, 5000 E. 88th St
. ..... M1
Foodtown, 4940 Turney Rd. ............. .
Io Ann's Market, 5587 Tumey Rd. ...... .
Kin's Market, 8506-08 Garfield Blvd.
L. G E. Food Market, 5047 Turney Rd. ...... .
Shady Oak Delicatessen, 5637 Tumey Rd.. . . .
Sharp's Delicatessen, 4994 Tumey Rd. ..... .
Dr. W. C. Davis, 9011 Broadway Ave. ............... .
Dr. H. A. Tenenbaurn, Suite 1, 9710 Garfield Blvd. .... .
Dr. 51 Mrs. Benard Winterick, 9710 Garfield Blvd. .... . .
Andrus Drive ln, 16460 Broadway, Maple Hts. ....... .
Bedil1ion's Drive In, 13107 Broadway ...........
Frontier Drive ln, 10721 Broadway ...........
Edgepark Drug, 4791 Turney Rd. ............ .
Parkway Pharmacy, 8601 Garfield Blvd. ............ .
South East Vocational Service, 9011 Broadway A
Luke's Flower, 5094 Turney Rd. ........... .
Golubski Funeral Home, 9811 Garfield Drive ....
Charles W. Thomas, 12512 Miles Ave .... ..
Ceo's Hall, 4678 Warner Rd .... ....... . ..
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Hilltop Hardware, 5308 Tumey Rd. ................. .
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT SUPPLIB
Akron Coffee 61 Grocery Co., 131 Summit St., Akron, O..
Bertman Food Products, 2180 E. 76th St. .... ......... .
Cleveland Cup Co., 520 Eagle Ave. .......... . .
Dari Delite, 5055 Turney Rd.
C. F. Emling Co., 2305 W. Erie St., Chicago, Ill.
Fred Gutknecht, Rd. 412, Hudson, O. .......... .
L. 6. M. Food Co., 1336 Carnegie Ave. ........ . .
The Reese Provision Co., 1332 Carnegie Ave. ....... .
Telling lce Cream Co., 3500 Payne Ave. ...... .
Klonowski Insurance Agency, 7100 Broadway Ave... .
Roberts Insurance Agency, 10313 So. Highland Ave.. .
Vincent D. Shewell Insurance, 11112 McCracken Rd.. .
Henry S. Trubiano, 4919 E. 96th St. ........ ......... .
Al Seigel, 4980 Turney Rd ..... ...........
Leonard I. Klonowslci, 12205 Oak Park Blvd. ......... .
MAGAZINE 6 CIGAR STORE
Sammy's Cigar Store, 5478 Broadway .........
Air Hydraulics, lnc., 13106 Broadway Ave.. . . . .
I. 6 B. Tool 6. Die Co., 4614 E. l31st St.
Meech Ave. Foundry, 9906 Meech Ave. .... .
Char1ie's Meat Market, 8516 Garfield Blvd.. . .
Hank's Market, 4807 Turney Rd. ........ .
Ted's Choice Meats, 4822 Tumey Rd. .... .
Walter Podwojski, 4632 Turney Rd. .... .
Zachary Meats. 4917 Tumey Rd.. ..
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Trafis Music Center, 9226 Miles Ave. ...... .... V U. 3-7222
Dr. 1-1. D. Woolf, Garfield Hts.: Medical Center ........ VU. 3-4228
Dr. Charles Blaugrund, 9710 Garfield Blvd.. . . ..... MI. 1-0949
L. A. Kleinman, M.D.
Vilis A. Nagelis, 9335 Miles Ave. ......... ..... MI . 1-0404
Dr. C. Porbe, 5834 Broadway Ave. ........ ..... D 1.1-2145
Donald A. Snyder, M.D., 4730 Turney Rd.
Dr. 6- Mrs. P. Suhay, 5279 E. 119th St. ......... ..... L U. 1-2555
Fay B. Weinstein, M.D., 9710 Garfield Blvd. ..... ..... M 1.
PRINTERS 6 PUBLISHERS
Alliance Printing Co., 7439 Broadway Ave. ............ MI. 1-6572
PHOTOGRAPHY SUPPLI G SERVICE
Academy Film Service, 2142 Payne Ave.. ............. MA. 1-9173
Al-Ion Engraving Co., 7439 Broadway Ave. .... ..... M 1.1-4802
Neilson's Camera Shop, Garfield Blvd.
RADIO 6 'IELEVISION
Gene's Radio G Television Service, 4967 Tumey Rd. .... DI.
G. W. Conte Arrow Realty, 5019 Tumey Rd. .... ..... MI
Iohn V. Dlouhy, 5101 Fleet Ave.. ............ ..... D 1
Dykes Realty G Insurance, 4663 Tumey Rd. ..... .... V U
Hoehn Realty, 11606 Granger Rd .............. ..... L U
Perk Realty, 5710 Portage Ave.. ...................... MI
Bowler Real Estate G Insurance, 4824 Tumey Rd. ....... DI.
Brodie's Tavem, 11321 Broadway ........ ..... D 1
Walter Gray, 7018 Broadway ........... ..... D I.
Lowery's Restaurant, 4839 Tumey Rd. ..... ..... D I.
Miles Ave. Lunch, 9111 Miles Ave. ..... ..... D I.
Bartak Coal, 5381 Dunham Rd. ................ .... M O
RETAIL CARPET STORE
United Carpet Co., 5409 Broadway ............ ..... D 1.
William V. Alberts, 4910 E. 95th St. ........ ..... D I
Alumni Association, 4900 Tumey Rd. .......... ..... M I
Mr. G Mrs. Earl F. Bahm, 10717 Park Hts. Ave. ......... M1
Mr. 61 Mrs. Otto Blelert, 11418 McCracken Rd. ......... LU.
Dr. G Mrs. Earl Brydzynskt
Victor W. Bump, 10505 Penfield Ave. ......... .BR.
Don Cameron, 10513 So. Highland Ave. ........ ..... MI
Iudge Edward S. Crudele, 11813 Willard Ave. ......... MO.
Mr. G Mrs. Rodney Dee, 10408 So. Highland Ave. ....... DI.
Mr. G Mrs. P. Difino, 8806 Plymouth Ave. ............. VU.
Mr. 6: Mrs. I. Feucht, 9505 Park Hts. Ave. ...... . ....... BR.
Garfield Athletic Association, Garfield Hts. High School
Garfield Athletic Club
Mr. G Mrs. W. R. Gerdon, 4936 E. 49th St.. . . . . . . .DI.
Mr. Iohn Gryskivtcz. 3660 E. 59th St. ..... ..... D I.
Mr. 6- Mrs. I. Hayes, 4837 E. 85th St. ........ .... V U.
Mr. G Mrs. Rex Iudd, 11418 McCracken Rd.
Mr. :S Mrs. S. Kwasek, 9623 Park Hts. Ave. .... ..... B R 1-5995
Mr. 6 Mrs. I. Mazanec, 13214 Ferris Ave ............... SK 1-6523
Miss Anne Neville, 9314 Miles Ave. .................. ..DI. 1-5083
Mr. G Mrs. Wilbur Niemann, 8220 Grand Division Ave.. .M1. 1-1864
Mr. G Mrs. B. E. Ptak, 10214 Edgepark Dr. ............. MI. 1-0482
Mrs. Mary Ptak, 3819 E. 140th St. ..................... LO 1-2269
Mr. G Mrs. Victor G. Ptak, 13723 Thornhurst Ave. ....... LU. 1-0541
Mr. 6- Mrs. Z. V. Ptak, 3366 Sutton Rd. ................ WA. 1-0272
Mr. :S Mrs. E. Racek, 10204 Edgepark Dr. .............. MI. 1-0482
Mr. 61 Mrs. C. A. Rooke, 3916 Strandhill Rd. ........... LO. 1-3086
Mr. 6 Mrs. Anthony Schieda, 10308 Plymouth Ave. ..... BR. 1-0049
Charles W. Stevens, Ir., 4840 Tumey Rd. .............. MI. 1-1411
Mr. G Mrs. W. Sutowski, 4694 Rockwood Rd .... ........ D I. 1-6739
W. Tindall, 4948 Turney Rd. .............. .... V U. 3-5550
Mr. 6. Mrs. F. Titus, 4682 Birchwood ...... ..... M 1.1-7428
Mr. G Mrs. I. C. Titus, 4682 Birchwood ........ ..... M I. 1-7428
Mr. G Mrs. S. Yancheski, 9623 Park Hts. Ave. .... ..... B R. 1-5995
Richie Zawalski, 8002 Maryland Ave. ......... ..... B R. 1-0651
SHOE REPAIR AND STORE
Demick's Shoe Store, 4795 Tumey Rd. .................. DI. 1-7830
Clarence Faflik Shoes, 4944 Tumey Rd. .......... ..... B R. 1-2000
Nick's Shoe Repairing, 4972 Turney Rd. .... ..... D 1. 1-3682
Ray's Shoe Store, 4808 Tumey Rd. ...... .... V U. 3-3720
Rockey's Shoes, 4800 Tumey Rd. .......... .... V U. 3-6954
All Star Sporting Goods, 4915 Tumey Rd. ..... ..... B R. 1-3909
Garfield Inn, 4600 Tumey Rd.
Friendly Inn, 4999 Tumey Rd.. .... . . . .... .DI. 1-9502
Hackett's Tavern, 4644 Turney Rd. .... ..... D I. 1-9810
Jim 6- Sally's Cafe. 4366 Wamer Rd. ..... . . . .
Ten Pin Tavern, 4821 Tumey Rd. ......... ..... M I. 1-9674
Garfield Hts. Cab Co., 4821 Tumey Rd.. . . ..... BR. 1-0122
Roieck Tree Service, 4596 Wamer Rd. ......... . .... BR. 1-6155
Mr. Mike Byrne, 3350 W. 25th St. ............ ..... F L. 1-4512
'Ben Franklin, 4797 Turney Rd ..... ................... M I. 1-0010
MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN: The Seventeenth Annual All-School
Magazine Campaign closed December 9, 1953, with sales reaching
a new high. This year there was over S3,700 recorded which
passed last year by nearly 6200. Iunior, Dick Kessler was top
salesman and eighth grader, Bill Iackson was a close second.
Money received from the campaign helps support the General
Fund which pays for letters, assemblies, etc. The campaign was
under the direction of Mrs. Louise Conley and Mr. Philip White
of the schoo1's General Fund Committee. It was efficiently handled
by students whose duties were seldom recognized. The officers
were Peggy Feucht, student chairman: Marlene Szymalak, assist-
ant chairmanp Marcia Scholtz, secretary: Donna Niemann, treas-
urer, and bookkeepers: Ioan Willis, Rosemarie Testa, Audrey
Schieda, Marilyn Sammon, Janet Slagle, and Kathryn Lesmer.
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Under the sponsorship of Miss Anne Neville the
Business Girls hold meetings the second and fourth
Wednesday of each month. The purpose of the
Business Girls is to study different business proce-
dures cmd attitudes through speeches given by vari-
ous people in the business world, field trips to differ-
ent places of business and study programs which
show all phases of business. Outstanding activity of
the year was a visit to Ohio Bell Telephone Com-
pany. As a special project the girls undertook the
selling of stenographic tablets and typing paper to
the student body.
The officers of the club are Ann Bissi, President:
Donna Ondreyka, Vice President: Ellen Stonner,
Secretary: and Audrey Toth, Treasurer.
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One of the most popular clubs in school is the
Science Club, which is under the sponsorship of Mr.
Herman Woods. Its eighty active members rcmqe
from grades ten through twelve.
The purpose of this club is to cultivate and pro-
mote interest in science. The annual Science Fair
offered an excellent opportunity for scientific-minded
students to display their ideas and inventions, and to
receive recognition for them. This event, plus field
trips, a "Sweetheart" dance, and a picnic, were the
main activities of the year. Officers of the club are:
President, Russ Meermansp Vice President, Donalee
Brush, Secretary, Annabelle Bump: and Treasurer,
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The Art Club is under the supervision of Miss Ruth
Grunauer. The officers are President, Pat Galloglyg
Vice President, Nancy Sklenickap Secretary-Treas-
urer, Denis Reid. There are seventeen members who
participated in various assignments.
The purpose of this club is to promote our stand-
ards and. to widen the appreciation of art throughout
the school and community.
Their outstanding activities this year were mak-
ing the scenery for Showboat, helping with the,
Reproduction Exhibition, and putting on the Art
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Under the sponsorship of Miss Norma Wilker and
Mr. Leonard Lang the World Affairs Club holds their
meetings once a month. The purpose of this club is
to promote a better understanding of world affairs.
To attain this students attend a mock session of the
United Nations at Westem Reserve University. One
member attends a session of the United Nations in
New York for three days and also a visit to Wash-
ington, D. C.
The officers are Richard McVeigh, President:
Ronald Glover, Vice Presidentg Zdenka Ptak, Secre-
tary and Annabelle Bump, Treasurer.
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The Latin Club this year has ten
members under the sponsorship of
Mrs. Mabel Saner. They have two
Councils, Ron Glover and Irma
Wiltshire. Their Quaistor is Iohn
McHugh. The Constitution of the
club states that, "The Latin Club was
organized to further vitalize the sub-
iect of Latin, enrich our cultural
background and show the debt of
modern civilization to the Romans".
The club has made two panels for
their room, "Christmas," and "Foods
of the Romans".
The Track team is organized to
give more students an opportunity to
participate in athletic competition,
and to condition athletes for other
Track coach, Clifford Foust, pre-
sented a well trained team which
brought the school its best record
since 1948. The team entered six
meets, winning two and losing four.
The thirty trackmen chose Dave Za-
lewski as the Most Valuable Track-
man for his outstanding performance
in the 440 yard relay, and elected Al
Long as their captain.
Things look very promising as
this season's team will have more
experienced trackmen than ever be-
fore around Which to build a winning
PLAYERS WERE: Elmer Bartko, Ierome Boncella, lohn Connelly, Perko, Ed Podojil, Charles Rini, Iim Schieda, Ralph Sherron, Doug
Burt English, Bob Gibson, Nick Helepis, Tom Harrison, Bill l-lradek, Swederski, Ralph Thomas, Angelo Torrise, lack Wilson, Dale
Don Hudak, Steve I-lupcey, Bob Kenski, Ray Milano, Ken Magyar, Wrobleski, Paul Vish, Ed. Zakareckis, lim Farrar, Tom Bohrer and
Ierry Miller, lerry Neikerk, Leonard Ollie, Richard Pawlak, Stan Don Plasek.
The freshman football team under the coaching of Mr. William Morris had
a victorious season during the l953 football schedule.
Out of the tive games played the freshmen won four and lost only one. It
takes many hours of hard practice to have such a fine record.
Next year, most of the team will move to I. V. positions.
A y . IZ Jnnflzall
PLAYERS WERE: Lorne Bevis, Richard Cibik, Kenneth Charbat, McHugh, Vince Milano, Dan Mohney, Eugence Morinec, Bill
Iohn Dostal, Vince Falcone, Robert Hart, Bruce Iarvis, Robert Muth, Ioe Percher, Don Prange, Norb Owens, Iohn Spadaro, Don
Karowski, Dick Kessler, Richard Klepac, Roger Kolakowski, Ken Stansburgy, Frank Svoboda, Art Vidmar, Bill Dlugos, and Ray
Kizlowski, Bob Kirby, Dan Kranstuber, Bob Lupico, Bob Mach, Grochochi, Ierry Krouse as the Manager.
The I. V. Football team under the direction oi Mr. Adam Rogalsky had a
schedule of five games. Of these two were cancelled and three played were
lost. In spite of the lack oi wins the players gained much needed experience
for possible positions on the Varsity of next year. The coach and team worked
hard to maintain the spirit and training of the group.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
FROM YCUR CITY ADMINISTRATION
Charles F. Wing Ray Rice
Mayor Councilman Ward 3
Clarence M- Tylicki Anton Kaczmarek
Pres- Of COU1'1C11 Councilman Ward 2
Alfred vapenik Charles Nespor
Audltor Councilman Ward 4
Arthur T. Wincek .
. . Councilman-at-large
Sohcllof Edward 1. Iindra
Iohn L. McHale William S. Lewandowski
Treasurer Clem R. Twardy
Councilman Ward l
At the annual assembly of the National Honor Society held March 9, 1954
the following people were honored by their induction into this esteemed
group. New inductees were:
Mrs. Ruby Matson is the advisor of the National Honor Society. Other
faculty members who assisted in the planning and program were: Miss Marie
Okarma, Mr. Edward MacArthur, Miss Anne Neville and Mr. Stephen Delrosso.
With Mr. Clifford F oust as their Coach, the Frosh
this year Won 7 and lost 3 games. Next year most
of the squad will move up to Varsity or IV posi-
tions. Those that are pictured are as follows: Ed
Podojil, Manager, Paul Vish, Manager, loe Bissi,
Bill Hradek, Don Hudak, Ken Magyar, Bob Mantel,
Ron Marec, Ray Maria, Ierry Miller, Rich Polacek,
lim Schieda, George Svoboda, Doug Swiderski,
Bob Swyt, Bob Tomasek, Chuck Tonkin, Al Ton-
sing, Angelo Torise, lack Wilson, Bob Zackary
and Ken Metti. The fine record of 7 won and 3 lost
was one of the best for Frosh teams in recent
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Garfield Heights I.V.'s were co-champions of
the Greater Cleveland Conference B league along
with Maple Heights. Garfield and Maple each
won 7 and lost 3 during the conference play. The
-complete record for the season was 10 Won and
6 lost, thus ending one of the most successful I. V.
seasons in the history of the school. Coach An-
drew Knazek deserves a lot of credit for the fine
Way he handled the boys this year.
Casey Monszewski was the Captain of the team
with Howard Welker as Manager. Regular mem-
bers of the team were: Ron Voth, Norb Owens,
Dick Thomas, Ken Kozlowski, Don Eberling, Iohn
Szczurek, Bill Schiely, Gene Schaaf, Tom Siewo-
rek, Pat Mastropieri and Bruce Iarvis.
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The Spanish Club got off to a fine start under the
direction of Mr. Ioseph Bongomo. Only students who
had completed two years of Spanish were eligible
for membership. Although there were but ten mem-
bers, they enjoyed meeting and planned a swimming
party at Penn College. No officers were chosen be-
cause of the small membership of the group.
Under the direction of Mr. Edward MacArthur, the
Biology Club has again started to promote interest
in biology and the conservation of our world. Its ten
members chose Ioe Sanka as chairman to lead in
business procedure and biological experiments.
These members have done Work on the microscope
and the microprojector. The microprojector, Which
our Biology Department has had for years, was put
back into operating condition by the members.
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Congratulations and Best Wishes
To the 1954 Graduating Class
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The Bowling team this year is under the sponsor-
ship of Mr. Steven Zorich. lts bowlers are Ierry
Plonski, captainp Frank Battaglia, Walt Szelogowski,
Bob Potocsnak, Bruce Iacobson, and Chuck Rhodes.
lt is in seventh place with twenty teams and has a
pretty good chance for second or third place. It has
a team average of 753.
The Booster Club is active throughout the school
year. Its purpose is to support the team and the
cheerleaders, and also to maintain good school
spirit. Taq day was one of the most important events
during the 1953 football season. On this day the
students sold tags to raise money to buy athletic
equipment. The day was climaxed by a benefit
dance, to which all proceeds went to the Athletic
Fund. The Booster Club is under the direction of Mr.
Clifford Foust. Officers are: Peqqy' Feucht, Pres.:
Grace Zelasko, Vice Pres.g Lois Kasunic, Sec.: Ann
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Last season the school presented its first Golf
team in several years. Because of lack of experience,
the linksmen were unable to win any of their nine
David Shenk was the outstanding player, scoring
the most team-points. Other linksmen: Walt Szela-
gowski, Ed Carter, Ken Nowacki, and Loren Bevis,
also had fine records.
Golf Advisor, Mr. Walter Williams promises an-
other team this year with the same fine spirit and
sportsmanship as displayed last season.
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1 ..... Cleveland Heights ..... 5
1 ........... Brush ...... . . 0
O ........ Willoughby . . . . . 14
0 . . . ..... Bedford .... . . . 3
0 . . . .... University . . . . . . 3
2 . . . ...... Berea ...., . . . l
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Coach Carl McColloch's varsity squad turned
in a record of 5 won 9 lost with one game can-
celled. Southpaw Don Fracasso Won the most
valuable player award for the season.
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