Garfield High School - Rampage Yearbook (Akron, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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Secretar y Preslden Vice Presxdent MARY JEAN TAYLOR Nxckname Jean Usuallw seen Jay Teen Ambxtlon Secretary Preferences Danclng an ALBERT R GILGEN FRED M WORRELL LE Nmkname Nlnkname Fred Usuallw seen Phx s1cs lab Usuallv seen At home Amb1LlOD Doctor of chemlstrx Ambltlon A success d eatlng Preferences Chemlt CLASS COLORS Maroon and Wh1te CLASS MOTTO Not F1I'11Sh6fl Just Begun CLASS FLOWER Wh1te Qarnatlon CLASS SONG Mus c Tl L Bells 01 Sl Mary s The Bells of dear Garfxel We hear thex are telllnq The past and the future flue tasks we haxe done Ano tnen well remember Our memor1es compelllng That we the Class of 48 Haxe lust begun The futule now calls us To leaxe tnee dear Garfleld The knowledge the frlendshlps The pleasures galore Well carrx them XVltll us To nex he1ghts of glorx The Bells of Garf1eld Shall rung out Forexermore CLASS SPONSORS Vlrs John Box es Mr Jolfn Eshack Mr James Stanlev Treasurer ONA B STIFFLER Nlckname Lee Usually seen Mn ole hom stead Amb1t1on Go to college Preferences Spaghettl suppers and vamlla mllkshakes 2 . - . , ' 5 ', . ll '1 ', . . l.Al'- ',- . .. " ' . .l 'v Y . - , . v ' . V . . .l vw Q , 2 ' ' - : 's ry, girls Preferences: Girls : A 'I ll -- ' , V7 r ' 1 ' . i 'Z 1 2 ' .' ' . , - Q V ,d ' f l V nil U Y ' . , . . Y ' - X - I I L 1 ' wx ry ' i 5 ' 1 l . ' . Class Will - We the raduatmg class of January 1948 of Garfleld I-I1gh Schoog C1tx of Akron and State of Oh1o be1ng sound of mxnd and memory do hereby make DUbll5h a11d declare thls to be our last W1ll and Testamem 111 manner and form folloxxmg hereby 1eyok1ng any xxlll Ol Vx.1IIS heretofore made by us I ROSE ALOISIO bequeath to my s1ster Angelme the pleasure of lttlng III the flrst seat the flrst roxx ex CIV class I NORMA ANDERSON glxe mx locker 1n the boys gym passage to anv glrl xvho can stand the stram I EVELYN ARMSTRONG vxlll to Estella Bady and Rose Jones my ab1l1tv to graduate from Garf1eld Per1od I BETTY BAKOS vx1ll mx seats 1n Mrs Loudell Boyes homeroom and MISS Verena Whlte s h1story class to n1y slster Carol Ann I CHARLES BALAJ vv1ll mx lockex to my brothex Tnomas lucky dog that he IS I GEORGE BALAN leaye all mx good tlmes ID M1s Boyes roo1n to Stan Glasgoxx I DAVE BATTEN bequeath to Sh11ley Bean my ab1l1ty to get through school m fou1 yea1s but I dont thlnk she xx1ll need It I DAVID BELAIR leave to the thousands of f1esh1es that are al1eady 1n my locke1 the locker I BILL BIGGINS w1ll to Don Reynolds Ham Corbm and Bob Auman all my 43 glrl fr1ends at Gar fleld Don Reynolds to get the extra g11l after they 1e d1v1ded I ELEANOR BOWERS bequeath my ab1l1ty to count sales tax stamps to the next Red C10 s I81J18S9f1tatlVC IH room 203A I IRA JOE CALHOUN bequeath to my bl0th6I Eznest the ab1l1ty to get up at a a m eV61y morn1ng to take my father to xxork I ROBERTA CAMPBELL xx1ll m txxo mlle xxalk o chool exerx mo1n1ng to HIIYOHG xx ho xxants It I LESLIE J CARR JR leaxe all tne happmess and good luck Ive nad w1th J B Coll1n to mv eldest s1ster xx ho IS just sta1tmg at Ga1f1eld I GEORGE CHOMALOU bequeatn all the good IIIUSIC and uh CXIIHLUIIICUIBI HCIINIIICS to a11x GIIIQIDIISIIIQ student Pe11od I BERNICE CLOUSE xx1ll to Doxle Wh1ttake1 the 1ty to get up exe1x IIIOIIIIIID at t xx1th no o11e t xxake hlI'II I JOHANNE COOK leaxe to Allcc Adams 1 INOIIIH Jean Nlealx the ab1l1tx t do fou1 IQIIKCI I lcme xx o1k 111 flrst pe11od study hall I JOAN COX bequeitn to the ILIIIC l1es11es I 1f1eld the ab1l1tx to be t 1dx Ull x once CILIIIII 1c entne fotl NCdlS ON CR-XX EP ll l1tx 1 bca Bo11111e H11111ck xxho need 1t I THERESA DANGELO bequeath t mx SSIIGI Ma1x a1d Sh11lex SIIOUD the 1b1l1tx to IIIIISII school III th1ee a1c1 a nalf yea1s xet domg as l1tt1c IJCIIIGXXOIK IS IJOSSIIOIE' I GLORIA. DEATON xx1ll to Hannah Lou Llttle the luck to get IIIIO M1ss Wh1tes c1oxxded 19A AIIIQIILZIII hlstolx class I BOB DE Cl-IECCO xx1ll IIIX LLIII han to Do11 Reynolds I TED DICK xx1ll to mx s1ster Joyce all the good g1ades I nex er got 1n school I FRED DISQLE leaxe mx ab1l1ty to get klcked out of the l1b1a1 to any body xxho xxants lt I WILLIAM EDCE leaxe my fou1 years of pr1nt1n'1 to anyone xx no hkes to stand f01 txxo pe11ods I BETTE ELLIOTT xx1ll to the glrls 1n study hall mx long talks to Sammv C1ane I KATHLEEN FORM xx 1ll n1y ablllty to work for M1 Klddel f1ISl IJCFIOCI every moxnmg for the last tyxo years to any one xx ho can be here at 7 I JOE GANDEE xx1ll my letter svxeate1 to some unlucky st1ff vxhose b10the1 goes off to college and takes all of hlS clothes I ROSE GECHOFF w1ll to 111y slster Patr1c1a my three and o11e half years of books and homework 1f she xxants them I GEORGE GEORGE leaxe 1ny h1gh hlstory grades to Conlev Church and Johnny CSOIB I AL GILGEN bequeath my honorable Job as class ,JI9S1CI8I'1t to Byron Westfall and I hope he has as fme a group to vxork xx1th as I d1d I ETHELYN GOFF bequeath my four and one half years at Garf1eld to anyone smart enough to be here that long I DON GRAINT leave my place IH Carl and Dzcks lockex to E1n1e Malone I MIKE GRESCOVICH xx1ll mx broke11 locker to my elderly cousm Mlke 1f he has a pan of pllers to repa11 It I GENE HARRIGAN xx 1ll to Tony A1no11e a can of xx h1te pa1nt I NORMAN HARROLD bequeath my f1equent talks 1n the off1ce xx 1th Pop K1dde1 to exe1yone I RHETTA HASKINS leaxe anxtnlng to anyone who has enough sense to take It I GEINEVIENE HATHAWAY bequeath to Ruth Zerr the COUIHQB to get 11d of the g1ay kltty that folloxxs us to school I DICK HEEINAN leave my seat Ill h1sto1x to some muslc lox El studx l11ll to Elea11o1 Hamhck so she can do l1e1 home xxo1k I JEAN HLFFMAN xx1ll to IIIILG INIEIIICSCI the good loxtune to flnd 1 vnan as nice IS l1c1 b1otl 91 I STEWART HLVIPHREH IQIXQ Io IIIX blother JIIIIIIIN 1 place Ull M1 Challe B1exxb1ke1 s lllle squad anc 111 the fllll I h 1d shootm at the gdllg, I MINNIE HLNTER xx1ll llly co1nIo1t1ble shoes to M1s G1 1ce Bd1Lh0lOl I CYNTHIA HLTCHINS beque1th x llJlllI.X t come to school o11 tm1e each 111o1 lllllg 1 297 to Anme Easlex I NICK JATEFF xxlll to Jllll Bu1e the 'lblllly to con IIIILIC Ixllililxlllg ooxx II ex SIXOIIQ Ill the halls xx1th hlS nose I ARLENE JONES leaxe mx th1ee a11d 0116 half xeaxs of to1ture Idllllellt and agony to Shnlex Layton 111 hopes sl1e uses 1t bette1 tha11 I d1d I HOWARD JONES leaxe to Bob G1au and B111 lNoeth all the gum left Ulldel IIIX seat 1n MIS Mary Zels 1heto11c class 1 ' ' - ' . Q v . ' I L I . v. M , . g , U Q Y V' Q V . . D , . - v' ' . , .' , A ' . b I ,I I I -I Q v v' v - ' ' Lv w ' I 1 I . V 4 V A ' . ' , - . Y ' " . . . ' gg ' , . , - I , H il 1 v I ' cv 1 x A l , .. S 1 I .I A A I 'S' . I v V- - , .. Y, - , 1 Q 1 - ' 'V v ' , v' ' . , ' b' - , , v ' v , L . ' , , .1 " v ' . i , ,I ' . . ' . 5 . . ' ' ' 7 I A . V - ' V I ,- 1. vw Q' , A , , , L S , W, . 5. , V , D .. y D . N ' ' ' ' 1 7 ' ' ' ' . . ' s V ' . -' . Y - , , Y A , I . Y ' . S . ' 'J . , ' In . . . .-' . . A v' 4 'I - 1 ' ' Q , , I. DOLORES I-IRUBIK. bequeath my first period . V A .I I , b' 3 ' - 5 3 - 1 - abll j Y ' ' U 1 ' 1 o , . i I ' A Y , J .. '. 1' , . Y , , , lg and U -. - lg. .Q -. lv, ,, , I .A 'E ' I ' U' -' 0 ' J ' 3 5 0 , , . .:, - ' .- . '. V ,. , . . . . . 1 ' QI g o . 1 I 2 A- - ., 2 . , Ga" ' ' "y 12' A' lj - ' g tl 1 5 ' - , , - . -- V " -' . . ' y , . , - . . xv' vi I I I .' I, D .' 1 ' 1. xx'1 my' ab1 j tt roxx' Zl V11 to v Y v b Q ' 2, - Sm , . 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' ' I JEANININE JONES xx1ll four and one half xears I haxe had at Garf1eld to mx brother Russ and sexen and one half xears of ant1c1pat1on to mx s1ster Wlarllyn xxho IS 1n the flrst xear of grade school I RUTH KERR xx1ll Ida Bozzellx the luck to get through college subjects xxh1ch I d1dnt take I MARILYN KING leaxe Donna Mlchaels mx 1D terest 1n dramatlcs I FRED KOX AC bequeath to mx brother Harx ex mx pos1t1on on the Pres1dent xx h1ch I hate to rel1nqu1sl1 after three semesters MARY ANN LACHOK xx1ll mv ab1l1tx to be a good svummer to Irene Kl1nchak JOE LAZOR w1ll to John Oprea mv ab1l1ty to make the p1ng pong team three years 1n a roxx I MARY ANN LONG leave my th1rd per1od hall guard to anyone who IS allerglc to the monotony of go1ng to studv hall I THERESA LUCAS bequeath my locker on the th1rd floor and my hlstory grades to Margaret Woods I LOIS MANGRUM w1ll to Betty Jones the ab1l1ty to turn fl1ps wh1le cheer1ng CI ll be there to plCk you up Betty J I FRANK MARTUCCI leave Garfleld H1gh School to anyone who has been h1t by the housmg shortage I PAUL MCPHERSON w1ll my qu1etness to anyone Garf1eld who wants It John Oprea and Don Proctor the ab1l1ty to get by wlth only three subjects 1n the1r last semester I DONNA JEAN MITCHELL bequeath to Mary Dor1a the luck to get through her rema1n1ng years at Garf1eld I EARL MOLDOVAN leave my place 1n woodshop to anyone who can stay there and not match penmes I DON MOORE w1ll ot Jo Ann Adams who really doesnt need lt my stubbornness and qUlCk temper I MARSHALL MOTZ bequeath two front seats ln M1ss Carol1ne Kempels algebra class to Bob Grau and B111 Noeth wxth smcere Vx1Sh6S that they both flunk CJust k1dd1ng boysj I MAXINE INEIDERT leave my locker 1n the boys passage to any glrl good at dodglng the male traff1c zoomlng by from gym classes I DOLORES JEAN NOVAK bequeath my seat 1n photography to any one who th1nks It s a snap because It 1snt I ANNA ONISKO leave my desk ln Mr Wllllam Waggoners room to my brother I MARY ORITI bequeath to Sam Sclanna another half year of homework Wh1le I oaf I PAUL ORNDORFF leave to anyone who l1kes to be crovxded my one thlrd of a locker I CARL PATERLINE leave my broken locke1 door to anyone w1th a pa1r of pl1ers and tvxo bolts I SHIRLEY PHIFER xx1ll locker number 26 and 1ts school secrets to anxone who xx1ll guard those secrets I DONNA PHILLIPPI bequeath my ab1l1ty to get over be1ng afra1d of the dalk to anyone xx1ll1ng to take photographv WE NANCY PHILLIPS LEONA STIFFLER and BETTY REESE w11l to the future Hunt street gang all the happy days we had together at Garf1eld H1gh I IRENE POGANY leave to Dee Eaken my memo11es at Garf1eld Hlgh 1nclud1ng those of that gallant l1ttle man Mr James Stanley I BILL POTTER bequeath to J1mmy Potter four enyox able xears at Garfxeld plus a pos1to1n on the football team I RALPH RAY xx1ll to anx one mx ab1l1ty to laugh at Vlr John Gr1ff1ths Jokes for three long xears I VIVIAIN RICH bequeath mx locker 1n the boys corr1dor to Marga1et He1nbuck 1f she can stand be1ng pushed bx all the males passmg through I OWEN RIEDER leaxe to anxone who mlght need 1t the chexxlng Gum under mx desk 1n room 203 I SHIRLEY RIES bequeath to mx brotner and s1ster three da11y study hal1s I TOM ROBERTSON xx1ll mx ab1l1ty to fhck study hall and not get ax ax Yklth 1t to anv poor unguxded person I LOUISE SABATINO leave my locker an the boys passage xay to anvone xxho vx1ll take the respons1b1l1ty of cleanmg It after I leave I RUSS SALVIA bequeath my love for br1ng1ng ICC cubes to Mr Ernest Swansons physlcs class to anyone w1th a cold heart I SHIRLEY SCHNEIDER bequeath my ab1l1ty to leave home at 7 20 and st1ll get to school on t1me to Della Stroup who leaves at 7 fRemember three tzmes late and detent1onJ I CHARLES SEEVERS Wlll the luck of any student fortunate enough to get Into an argument w1th Mrs Boyes and st1ll come out on top to any prom1s1ng Junlor ZCIS psychology class to my cousm Eddy Johnson I FRANK SKACEVIC, w1ll my ab1l1ty to have a good t1me 1n any class and w1th any teacher to anyone who could never be serlous about anyth1ng I BOB SMITH w1ll to my good frlend Bob Brown my Job as bleacher gang boss I EILEEN SMITH leave to Jean We1ge1 my locker w1th ItS hang1ng door I GENE SMITH Wlll Blame Rosslter a quart Cerj to pay for the gas I used takmg h1m home every day DICK SONNEBERGER leave to D1ck Egan the luck fmally to emerge hom Garfleld v1ctor1ous after four gruelmg years MARGIE STEELE w1ll to my brother Ted the tr1ck of gettlng 1nto frlends classes four years stra1ght I CARL STOVER leave my algebra grades to any one who gets stuck Vxlth them I BILL SYLER w1ll to mv slster LOIS my locker and all my homework papers I dldnt do I ED SULLIVAN leave Galfleld Wltll a laugh on my cracked l1ps and a gnarled resentment toward the 63 dxfierent clubs and commlttees that took my last red cent I MARY JEAN TAYLOR bequeath to Dott1e Dugan and Betty Jones the ab1l1ty to complete four great years here at Garf1eld the best school 1n Akron I BERNARD TRICASO w1ll to my brother Rlco four great years here at Garfleld I hope he 1snt self1sh enough to make lt f1xe I MARGARET NARGA xx1ll my smashed up locker to anv underclassman NVlth the courage and fort1tude to clean and flX It I CHARLOTTE WARREN w1ll my Job to my slster Burdette the pr1v1lege of hav1ng Mr Ivan Wessel for bookkeeplng and Mr Wllllam Waggoner for speech I CAROLYN WHITE bequeath to my nephew B111 Wh1te the good tlmes and swell teachers here at Gar fleld and the pr1v1lege of hav1ng a locker on the th1rd floor T . 'I ' V - . D ' . U . . , ' 1 . ' ' I, , " U V ' V' ' ' ' l . I, , V " . H I I Y 5 I l ' A . . . , Y Y ' ' . . . . U v U 9 ' ' U , Q I . Y 7 I l I , , . . , , . . , U . U v ' ' U Y Y . o I . . ' 2 I . . Y . ' 1 ' m U . . . . . U I, GEORGE MERGENOV, will to my bmthel' Leonard, I, MARGARET SELLERS, leave my front seat in Mrs. . . , , , . , U U U , . . , 1 'Y I . ' , , . 1 1 I ' , , . U . 5 I I 1 I , , , . , . . 1 Y 1- U , U U , . . . . U. U I, U A Y ' 7 , . U . . U L U U . ' . - ' - , .. U- ' 5' U - - Y Y H ' . ' ' 1 . ' ' v . U v l h Y . U - U . U U . is 7? v Y L Y . ' . .y . Y - 1 v - ,U - , . '. . 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Clllll 111111 ljlbllllll 111111-hell. 1111111111 1011: ' v I JOAN E COX N lckname Punk saallx seen Blrd s Drugstox e Amb1t1on Secretarx P1eferences Jlm and hot fudge sundaes DONALD R CRAVER N1ckname Don suallx seen F1SlfllIIg vs 1th Bonnxe Amb1t1on B1g League baseball player Preferences French frles THERESA A DANGELO lN1ckn'1me Dlmples Lsuallx seen Iceland Amb1t1on Cosmotologlst Prefexences Ice skatmg anc boxxllng GLORIA J DEATON N1ckname Sunny Usualy seen St Pauls Amb1t1on Rad1O slnger Preferences Ice cream and Red Skelton ROBERT O DeCHECCO N1ckname Checo Usualv seen Franks Amb1t1on Graduate 1n January Preferences Takmg plctures of majorettes JOSEPH THEODORE DICK N1ckname Theodore Usually seen Studymg for Amer1 can L1terature test Amb1t1on Artlst at Walt Dlsneg Preferences Name unknown FRED l DISQUE JR N1ckname Bud Usually seen Grand Alleys Amb1t1on Engmeer Preferences Women S 'W' ,W5"' 'VN Tv WW? ,ff--. 4.-aff' WILLIAM C EDGE N1ckname W1ll1e suallx seen Sleepmg Amb1t1on Prmter Preferences Gxrls and eatmg BETTY ELLIOT Nxckname Punk Usually seen Kelly s Amb1t1on Secretary Preferences Blonde handsome men KATHlEEN R FORM N1ckname Kltty Usuallx seen Dances Ambxtlon A1rl1ne Commumca t1on1st Preferences Dancmg MARIAN E FRAME N1ckname Brat Usually seen Wlth B111 Amb1t1on Doctor s Wlfe Preferences Her husband SHERMAN GANDEE N1ckname Joe Usually seen Carlos Amb1tl0H Own blg Bulck con vertxble Preferences Chop suey Helen Dolan ROSE GECHOFF N1ckname Roe Usuallv Seen Jay Teen Amb1t1on To have an easy 11 e Preferences Men clothes and money GEORGE GEORGE N1ckname George Usually seen Games wxth Bobble Amb1t1on Successful husband Preferences Sports ETHELYN GOFF Nickname: "Lynn" Usually seen: Navy club Ambtiion: Live in Nevada Preferences: Dancing and Bob DONALD GRANT Nickname Sam Usually seen Malones Ambition Commercial artist Preferences Blue books Fan Tan MICHAEL GRESCOVICH Nickname Junior Usually seen Frshrng on Portrge Lakes Ambition Engineer Preferences Sleeping and eating EUGENE HARRIGAN Nickname Slim QHuntJ Usually seen At parties Ambition Football coach Preferences Grrls food dancing NORMAN F HARROLD Nrckname Norm Usually seen Sleeping rn Mrs Bowes class Ambition To get out of Garfield Preferences Sleep and eat RETTA A HASKIN5 INrckname Texas Usuallr seen With Chuck Amrrtron To enter K nt ind someday Preferences Frrendlx people 'rnc ncat clothes GENEVIEVE F HATHAWAY Nrckname Jenny Usuallv seen Games Ambrtron School teacher Preferences Leo and rce cream RICHARD VICTOR HEENAN Nickname: "Dick" Usually seen: Firestone Park Ambition: Travel Preferences: Loafing DOLORES J HRUBIK Nickname Dollx Usually seen With Bob Ambition To marry Bob Preferences French fries chili and mrlkshakes JEAN P HUFFMAN Nickname Huffx Usualy seen Social Committee meetings Ambition Superintendent f Nurses at City Hospital Preferences Hamburg with pickles STEWART R HUMPHREY Nickname Stew Usually seen Burrell s Ambition Engineer Preferences Cheeseburgers and Mar y Ann MINNIE P HUNTER Nickname Toots Usually seen With Otis exery where Ambition Marry Otis Guthrie Prefer ence Chrlr Str arr berr y mrlkshakes CYNTHIA HUTCHINS c n r ne S rllr u rll seen Tornkrn s l ce Kent -Xnrbrtron Plrologrrplrei Pretercnces Three Bl uers Records NICHOLAS JATEFF lNrcknarne Shrck Lsrmllr seen Schernresser Funeral Home Ambition Coaching athletics funeral director Preferences Bowling dancing basketball ARLENE D JONES N1ckname Babv Usuallv seen Wlth Ronnle and Shlrley Ambltxon B1010glSL P1eferences Dancmg pmg pong HOWARD W JONES N1ckname Hovs dy Usuallv seen Rhodes Ambxtlon Pharmaclst Preferences Muslc an gl ls JEANNINE JONES Nickname Doll Usually seen Holseback 11d1ng on Garman Road Ambtuon Blues slnger Preferences 1947 ma1oon Dodges horses Kentucky RUTH KERR N1ckname Shorty Usually seen Football and basket ball games Amb1t1on Bookkeeper Prefe1ences Hamburgs and Peps1 MARILYN KING N1ckname M1m1 Usually seen Lyn theater Ambltxon Psychologlst Preferences Chocolate m1lk shakes green FREDERICK J KOVAC N1ckname Freddy Usually seen Room 208 Ambltlon Earn S10 000 a year Preferences Coffee, people who are on tlme MARY ANN LACHOK N1ckname "F1sh' Usually seen Flrestone club house Ambxtlon Professlonal swlmmer Preferences South Hxgh ww hm. 'Q' 6, 'X JOSEPH B LAZOR Nlckname Joe Lsuallx seen Southern theater Arnbltlon Professlonal golfer Preferences Women MARY ANN LONG Imckname Marv L uallx seen Games Ambxtlon Algebra teacher Pxefelerces Blue tomato ulce stuffed mangoes THERESA F LUCAS Nu kname Tens Lsuallw seen Barberton Ambxtmn Cosmotologxst VSICICHLQ Danung 12 meh ho do fs LOIS R MANGRUM Nxckname Lefty Usually seen Day dreamlng Ambmon To get marrled and have one gxrl and four bovs Preference Aqua and candy FRANK R MARTUCCI Nlckname Chlck Usually seen Weddlng receptlons AlTlblt10l1 To be successful Preferences Eat dance loaf WILLIAM PAUL MQPHERSON N1ckname Mac Usually seen Corner drug store Ambxtlon M3ChlH1SL Preferences Bollermaker GEORGE B MERGENOV Nxckname "Bud" Usually seen St Paul's Ambltxon Industrlal deslgner Preferences G1rls who aren't fxckle DONNA J MITCHELL Nxcxname Mltch Usuallk seen Wlth Nolth H1 gang PL"llIJ1I.lOll Photogxaphex fo1 nexx spapel Pxefexences A Celliilll South Hx Grad 6 EARL E MOLDOVAN Nxckname Eazl Usuallx seen Iceland Ambltlon To graduate and keep workmg Preferences PHILICS me cleam gnls DORIS MOORE Nlckname D01 IS USUWIIS seen Wlth Elleen Donna and JoAnn AITIIJILIOII SCCIGLHFQ PIEIIGIGIILES Dlapes gleen Chev lolets and Jlm MARSHALL L MOTZ Nickname Malsh Usually seen Clrcle theatex Ambltlon To be a wrlter Plefelences Smelly plpes Flanlue recolds MAXINE A NEIDEPT lN1ckname Max Usuallx seen Sum1n1t Beach xollex 11nk Ambltlon DCIIUSLS SSSISLHIII. Pxefelences Skate dance eat apples DOLORES J NOVAK Nxcknalne Dolu Usulllx seen Suxnnut Beach Amlntlon Smffel Pxcfexence Hambuxgss and to chocolate ANNA M ONISKO Nxckname Ann Usuallx seen At Galfleld HlbIl School Ambltlon To be a SCCIEIAIX Pxefexences HGUIDUIQS and matted m1lk 1 MARY ORITI NlCkll8lTlQ Babx Usuallw seen Melodx Ambltlon To grow to be fue feet tall PIEICICIICCS Gooex cakes 1 black Cadlllacs PAUL A ORNDORFF Nlckname Smokew Usuallx seen Iceland Ambltlon To go lnto business Pxefelence Banana spllts and blondes CARL E PATERLINE lvckname Call Usually seen A 8: P Ambltlon Gl3dU819 from college Pl8f6l6IlC6S Wolklng SHIRLEY PHIFER Nlckname Weeds Usually seen Woolworth s Ambltlon Marrlage Pleferences Popcorn chlcken rxce soup DONNA M PHILLIPPI N1Ckl1Z1lll6 Donny Usuallv seen 42:1 South Flrestone Boulexard Ambmon Go 'o college Prefelences D111 plckles plnls. dxesses and medlum helght boxs NANCY J PHILLIPS 'Nllckl axne Chaxlle Lsuallx seen Hungexfoxds Dlug Axnlntxon Go to Mlaml U Flouda Pxefelences Hambulgs xuth exeuthmg IRENE E POGANY NlCkll3Ill6 Pogx Lsuallx seen F S L C club AITILDILIOII Txplst Pxefexences Recolds WILLIAM A POTTER Nlckname B1 Usuallx seen Loxers Lane and Inman Ambltlon Golfer Prefexences Hou Soon bx Jack Oxxens RALPH C RAY Nxckname Red Usuallw seen Locker 819 Amb1t1on Own s1x Gran Allexs Preferences G1rls and mus1c ELIZABETH REESE Nlckname Gus Usuallw seen Bw rons Ambltlon Kenw on college Preferences Men VIVIAN D RICH N1ckname B1b Usuallv seen John Saccones cal Ambltlon Secretarw Preferences Dancmg owen r maven 45, 1 Nlckname Tuck Usuallw seen Gran Alleys AITIDIIIOH W1 lter Preferences Monex and xac xtlons SHIRLEY A RIES NICIKIIBIIIG RIESIE bsuallw seen Room 202 Ambltlon Nuxse Preferences Plas basketball THOMAS D ROBERTSON Nlckname Tom Usuallw seen Home Ambmon Success Preferences Basketball '11,- we .www 'Ez ROSE LOUISE SABATINO Nlckname Half Pmt Usuallv seen Annunclatlon dances Ambxtxon To marry Gub Thrasher Preferences Records and eatmg RUSSELL .I SALVIA Nlckname Russ Usually seen Mrs Boyes hlstory class Ambmon Psychlatrlst CI hopel Preferences Eatmg oranges SHIRLEY Y SCHNEIDER Nxckname Shlrl Usuallx seen Flrestone Park bus Ambltlon Accountant Pxefelences Black wavx halr CARL C SCHRADER Nlckname None Usually seen In bed playmg bllllards Ambmon To be a sallor Preferences G1rls CHARLES W SEEVERS Nickname Chuck Usualx seen MHSOHIL Temple Ambxtlon Go to Texas or Arxzona Plefexences Blue eyed blonde m art class MARGARET SELLERS NICIKVIHITIE Marg Usually seen Wxth Bertle Amb1t1on Go to Chxna Preferences Bowlmg FRANK SKACEVIC Nlckname Burr Head Usuallv seen Klppy s Ambxtlon None Preferences Swxmmlng golfmg, dancmg, playmg bllllards EILEEN L SMITH Nickname Smittv Usually seen Jay Teen Ambition Secretaiv Preferences Eating sleeping Gene ROBERT P SMITH Nickname Bebo Usually seen Doxx n o e coinei Ambition Coach Preferences Spoi ts WILEY GENE SMITH Nickname Smitty Usuallv seen Gian Allevs Ambition To gladuate Pieferences GIIIS music RICHARD J SONNEBERGER Nickname Sonny Usually seen Gran Alleys Ambition Salesman Prefeiences Bowling ice skating MARGIE ANN STEELE Nickn ime Maige Usually seen Lyn theatei Ambition Piixate secietaix Plefeiences Stiawbeiix sod is CARL R STOVER Nickname Smoky Usually seen Blom nes Ambition: Millionaire Preferences: Golf and girls EDMUND R. SULLIVAN Nickname: "Shorty" Usually seen: Kicking peoplc who say. "Hows the weather up there?" Ambition: "Pulp" writer Preferences: Chubby girls with money If WILLIAM B SYLER Nickname Willie Usually seen Gran Allevs Ambition To graduate Preferences Women BERNARD TRICASO Nickname Beinie suallx seen Ailmgton poultxx Ambition Laxxyel Piefeiences Places fai avt av from G iifield MARGARET E VARGA Nickname Maigie Usually seen Basketball at St Emeiy s Ambition Piixate secretary Plefeiences Eating BERNICE J WANIK ickname Jean Usually seen Dances Ambition Nulse P1 efei ences Dancing bowling skating CHARLOTTE M WARREN Nickname Chai Usuallx seen Scotts Ambition To become a good vxife Piefeiences Eating RUTH CAROLYN WHITE 'Nickn ime Toby Usu illy seen Firestone Ambition: Houscwife refcrencesi Horseback riding., GA LAND D. WIGGS Nickname: "Ga1"' Usually seen: Playing billiards Ambition: Advertising man Preferences: Sleepy music BETTY GENE WILLIAMS 'N1tkna111e S11r' Lsuallx seen R0 enblurn 1016 AITWYJIIIIJIX NIU IL Prefere1Ces RQLOIC1 'Kw- 2411- HUBERT B WITTMAN NICBIIHII e Hu h L ualh seen Some place all tne t1n'e vt 1th nobodx fX111b1t1on P11nter Preference G11' 1.11 January Senlors Choose Super Graduates Geor ge Nlex gdnox Al Cnlgen Joe Gandee Fred Km at Fzed D1sque B1 BIYQIDS B111 Potter Hubert XV11 Joe Lum Fred Wcnrell Russ B611 a Ed Sulluan X11sh11lXr L Dmk Heenftn B111 Sxlex Huvx 11d Jones Best DIGSSEC1 Jost Popular Best Athlete Um' Illltldllkk Best Fwure 1.1cest Srrnle P1ett1est Ex es P1 tt est Hands P1ett1est Teeth P1ett1est Han 'Host Depencmb' Must XK1ttx ost Xlcm est d 1 Bhmtest XI' t Te1lk1t1xL if- -x S Donna M1tche11 Marx Jean Tdxlm Marx Ann Lfunuk Jean Huf1n11n Luna NI111 111m Phett1 Hasluns Leona STIHIQX Charlotte WHIIGH Shnlex RIGS Irene Poeanx 111 1 D11 Deen Sm1th uct Se L1 1118 X14 11 Yutn hen The1es1 IJA11 U1 1' - ' 1 " A ' Q ' - -' 1 1 " g ' '. 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Treasurer l FRANK DURAN BYRON WESTFALL RONALD A NEGRAY JIM DELAGRANGE Nlcknan e Fxltz Usuallw seen Stexes Conien tlonelw Athletlc Ex ents and Lerow s AlllLJ1LlOIl To be .1 ITlll1l0I1'1l1G Pxeferences Cnls good 1eco1ds baseball and baseketball NlCkI1dlllC Bunnw Usuallx seen South Akl on Y M C A N Lkname Ronnle sually seen Y M C A all bas kelball and footgall games and weekend lll Cdllflllllla Pretelences bxunettes hamburgcxs Ambmon To be a famous coach OI p1ofess1onal athlete Plefelences Chubby gnls CLASS COLORS Scarlet and S1lx er CLASS FLOWER Red Carnatlon CLASS MOTTO A good begmmng 1 just half the uovk CLASS SPONSORS MIS Sarah Caldwell MISS Anna Mae Flint M1 Paul P Puoh 'lllss Marymle Skevxes 'Vllss LU'1 Smith NI1 E1nestS Swanson Nh Wxlham Vi aggonex 'Xhss Vexena XVLHL9 Nlckname J1m Usuallv seen Fnestone Park Ambmon Gxaduate fxom Pxeterences Good mus1c and basketball A 'Q Q , V Q, ' j 1: f'. k'- 1 U" ' 1 .... ,' 5- h : " ' V I V A Ambition:'To'1iQ'e in Florida and all dances H College .. 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V' ' 7 V Class W1II I ALICE ADAIVIS xx1ll to mx brothe1 M11-'e the ab111tx to get up at 1 00 to be at school 1n t1me fox f1rst per1od Cmost of the tlmel I WENDELL ALLEN xx 111 to mx brother Sam all the good grades I Clldflt get 1n Madame Werner s French classes xx 1th the hope that he xx ont need them I DENNIS ALLIO xx1ll the flrst seat 1n the fnst roxx anx unfoltuntae lad xxhose last name IJCQIIIS xx1th I JIM ANDERSON xx1ll to 1111 s1ste1 Kay 111 the good glades I cllcln t get I NICKOLAS P AINDREEFF of feeble I1 11d lllCl b1oken cl xxn 1 lx h cbx ll mx DIOKQII Lllllcll t mxone xx ho xx 1nts 1t I DAX ID ARNOLD x 111 to F1ed lV19ll.7C1 xxhose pear shaped tone IS ex e11ent ITIX technlque ILQUIIECI ox er four N6dlS IH band I JONNIE ATKIINS x 111 mx 1b1l1tx to get alon 1 xx 1th Mr K1clcle1 to mx one xx ho xx mts to Qee lllfll as 1llllLll as I cud I JENNIE AULINO xx1ll to Pat Hembcnx the 1101101 of Slllllllff 111 IIUIII of someone Cllke B1ll Blllllllll Enghbh cl 1ss xxho keeps Sllelilllllg the button holes on the back ot 1nx blouse I ROPERT ALIVIAN XX1lll1lY txxo P M f.fll1fllCIlClS to Don Rexnolds 1f he f111 ks HISIOIV and 1lso the othel h1lf of mx 1ocke1 to BILILC Pope I 'VIURIEL AYFRS xx1ll to Joxce Anglm md Ellllle Kyle the llJllllN to t1ke ca1e ot 111011 chulchxx 11k school x OIK and othe1 mterests bette1 than I d1d I ESTELLE MARIE BADY xx 111 to Ma1J1e Humph1ex mx ab111tx to snuggle th1ou h Geometlx C 1 t1mes xx llll0l.1t g1x1ng up hope I BETTY BAKER xx1ll to B111 Wa1ne1 mx ab1l1tx to graduate Ill fou1 xeals 'md to Joxce Wo11el1 at laet an emptv locker I BOB BAIsOS xx1ll to J1m S11va1d5 LOCKGI No 349 xx 1th all the books papexs and penclls that haxe 1ccumu l'1ted 1n the last four xea1s I BILL BARNUM xx1ll to Al Harmata the fun of xvorkmg xx,1th as fme a QIOUD as those on the Student Counc1l th1s xeax I JIM BARTON xx1ll to mx b1othe1 mx locke1 and the ablntx to pies and ITIISS school too I BILL PARTOIN xx1ll mx Enghsh seats to anxone x ho hkes Enghsh bette1 than I do I IREINE BASORE xx1ll to Dolo1cs Lansber1x 9B mx majolette L1I'11fOIfTl 1f she has the ab1l1tx to g1xe up he1 SUITIIDGI x LAIIOIIS fox fOLll xe'11s I PATRICIA BL-XC,IsEhT xx1ll to fmx one the 'lllllll to moxe 1110111 school to school 11 cl st1l1 gl3ClL11lC' I don' haxe Q0 he can graduate 1n Janua1x I DAIN BOGDAIN herebx x 111 all mx school posses Mons to anx D001 Fresh1e that xx1ll take them booke and all I EMIL BOLOGA xx1ll mx f1xe da11x subJects to anxone crazx enough to get stuck xw1th just one I EVELYN BORKOWSKI xx1ll to anx ambltlous Ctu cxent the 31311113 to get to Lula Smlth 5 fnst perlod class on t1me fxaxxn J I AL BOYD xx1ll mx chapel t1cket to anxone xxno xnts to bux I FPANCES BOYES xx1ll mx Illllllx to get to IVIISS Alllllllf, s f11st pcr1od cl 1ss on t11ne 1t lc1st rnce 1 xx cck to Do1 othx BOCIIIILI I CORA BELLE BRADFORD xx1ll to Ellllll Mc Donal mx ab1l1tx to ope1ate that eo called IXIDGXXIIICI 111 Pop K1dde1 s otflce I BETTY BREWER bequeath ll stubbo11 ess lll c ass to Ma1x Ellen lf 111on a Cl m llJll1lY to t1lk t Clcna RogoJon I SLSAIN BRINYA xx1ll mx th1ce locke1s to anxbcdx xx ho IS luckx enoug.,h to get them I WILLIAM P BROADBENT xx1ll to M1 SVKIISUII 1ncxx beanx 101 h1s xx h1st1e I JIM BUCKLEW xx1ll to mx loor Freshman 1115 C L01 e K1clde1 I JIM BUIE xx1ll to Bob Rlch thc 1b1l1tx to kccp hom g ttlng caught xxhlle Slll0l'xlI1g betxxeen classcs 6 leo one package of p1e smoked c1ge11et butts I VOINDA BLLL xv1ll to Ruth1e V1c1ge1 and Ma111n S1llllXdIllCll the abllltx to Uet up at 6 40 111 the mc1n111g and be at school befo1e 1 30 I JEAN BUTZ xx1ll mx one yen at Galfleld to ome other luckx transfe1 student I DINO CACIOPPO w1ll mx Good foltune 1n en ox mg Illy XBHIS at Ga1t1e1d H1gh School to anxone xxho combmes xxork xx 111.1 enjovment I NORIVIA CAIN xx1ll to Sh111ex Cathex 11A 1b1l1tx to get Illl0L1gh school Ill fOL11 xens I BILL CAMPBELL xx1ll to anx poo1 F1esh1e mx seat and gxades IU M15 Boxes H1sto1x class I BOB CAINAN xx 111 to the CIOZCI unknoxxn occupants of mx locke1 the locker I CLIFF CASI-IION xx1ll all nx Pl1XSlCQ homexx 1nd fOLll sxx ell xeaxs xxlth Gnf1e cl Bmd I GENE CHAMPE xx1ll m 11 1t to do exe-1xt11n XKIOIIY Ill b ncl to -XII K11tu1 I CONLEY CHURCH xx1ll to the D11tmo1e C ll 11X I MIKE BLIKE xx1ll to B111 Bmdlex the ext1 1 QICCIIIS lJ1llIX to ffet to ho1ne1oom on lll wc - 1 1 . 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' ' In . . - ,- - , . . 1 . ' ' ,' ' 1 . my 1' v Q -1 , , , 1 1 V- ,I 1 4 - I by ' A ' v v C 1 . . -- , 4. 4 1 ' j Q Ac -. -. C' . - Y ' v' X . . . Y .' , 1 ' 1 1 . A C 1 J - - , C -' I- ' ' . L' in I . , ' , -' -- -' Y . , 'A 1 Q A' A L 'crk ' - ' - , ' , 1 A ' v ' v - Z1 ' 1 ' M' 1 1 2 ' 1 2 . S 1 .3 .. ' 5 . . A. L ..l v I , - I . 1 1 1 . ' jf 2911 js ' 1 g . 1 1 " -' 1 5 5- 'Q e' a . ' 1' 11111 v . k. . S . Z X ' . Z I Y N l . 1 . ' z ' ' 111 g 1j . . ' 'I .' 'I " ' :1 j ' b ' '1 1. I, DON COBB, will the ability to leave home at T225 A. M. fand get here ten minutes earlyl to Jennings Preisse tif he can find a car fast enough, or a SCh001 clock slow enoughl to do it. I, LILA COBB, will all the swell teachers to my sister Patty, especially Mrs. Boyes' sixth period History C1355- I, WANDA COLEMAN, will my locker to all the Freshies who are in it now. I, FERRELL CORK, hereby will to Jrm Clittle brother, 175 lbsl a swell time with Mr Omerord rn Physical Fitness I JIM CORVELLI will to some poor fool all the millions I haye put into this school to get out I BILL COSTA will my second period sociology class to some poor boy or ffrrl who can stay awake at least half the period I CAROL COVINGTON w ill to Cathexme Bachman flfreshmanb the ab1l1tv to go through Garfield with a better ability than I ever had I JOHNNY CSORA yy1ll to no one nothing and thats everything Ive learned in four vears nothing I FRED DRAMEROW will my locker with the built in lock to anyone who thinks he can open it I MARGIE DAMEROW will to anyone rn the Clrn ton Ave district the energy to walk to school and not waste hrs money by taking the bus I ELEANOR DAMICO will all my four busy years at Garfield to anyone who enjoys doing a lot of work I SMELIA DAMJANOVICH will my ballerina skirt to Miss Skewes and mav she get as much pleasure from it as I did I PHYLLIS DAUBER will the abrlrtv to get through all four years without failing to my brother David also to anyone who wants them my books and seats in all my classes I KENNY DAVIES will my ability for procrastrna tion to anvone yyho likes to make excuses I JEAN DAVIS will to anyone who likes sewing mv seat rn Miss Pennrngtons first and second period classes I DOROTHY DAWSON will to my brother Mickey our dear old locker 315 and the brains to make 83 rn Physics I JOHNNY DEMITREE will to C artield my only tie my brother Al VI omen beware I ROBERT DESKIIN yy1ll my rrgumentitryc spirit to anyone yy ho like to nr rlye good gr rdcs without c Ulll 1 lromew or ly Vtnrtcs HINICIIX ycr nent tl my brotr T ny and Rudy OE 150130 you to roya L rr 1 tm I C OHN DRODER ll t ll UH, Nl1lCllll cs th 1 sthool U I, HELEN DUDAS, will to some lucky person my seat in Miss Lula Smith's American Lit class. I, ALBERTA DUDSCHUS, will to Jackie Huth the memories of our early morning walks. I, DELORES EAKEN, will to Dorothy Eaken my ability to get passing grades without doing any home- work. I, ANNIE EASLEY, leave my ability to have the best history teachers CMrs Boyes and Mr Waggonerj to my friends rn the tenth grade I TOM EGGERT will mv Mechanical Drawing class and set to my brother Ronald I BETTY ELDRIDGE will the fun and laughter of high school to my younger brother Billy who will at tcnd Garfield rn a couple of vears I BOB FAGAN will to my brother Drck all the good grades I didnt get rn Aeronautics class I LOUIS FARKAS will to some lucky person my scat in Miss Lula Smiths room in American Literature I KEVIN FENTON will to the little Freshman Bobbv Dean four inches rn height I EVELY FILE will to Terry Lay 11A the ability to be on time ey ery morning during the school year I KITTY FISK w1ll my locker 196 to the two Freshres yy ho crowded me out I MARGARET FISK will my ability to register within four hours to my brother Jonnny 9B I MARIAN FORTUNA bequeath my seat in Mrss Lula Smiths word study class to anyone lucky enough to get such a fine teacher I LARRY FRAZIER will my place rn the first period chemistry lab to anyone who wants to come to school late and not get caught or anyone who can stand Mr Pugh s Jokes I GEORGE GAJDOS will my part of locker 859 to any one ty 1th the ability to open it I JOANNE GAYLAN will to Lay onne Robertson the abilrtv to stay out of ditches while driving rn Mr Ander son s drryrng class I PALL GENDA will my ability to get 10 to my sr ter Marie 1 WILLIAM GENDA will my will to rny Will willing yy1ll his will to any other Wrll wrllrng to exccpt rt I ADELLA GERNER will my locker to J mice Petree hopes th it sle Lin keep rt trorn becornrng 1 Frbber rgu tlosot I-XINFT C ODWIIN y 1ll t Daplrnr Isom ll 1t Bind Pun I ROBERT C R-XI. 1 t brother Dltk 1r1y sc rt h s B s H Q TH C NIL t 1 ily UU J L U U ll N C Lx HIL 14 111 il I JACIX CLIEBLINC ll t my brother Sttpncn 1' v . t . 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X., -, .. and GU '1'l1l "ws to V 1 'IU all tho tun we had 1 2 ' lcs. 1 ja , , .. . . 1 . .yy'11 o my ' -- 4- -1 , I J .4 , U ,IH mc UU I but not my 1fr'a1clc.', in Mrs. ou," istory' 'lass - - 1 . I ,., ll Cttl ' lllg' clr'1i1' in Mrs. Voycs' History' . . , . . L J ' A dw' I. HL ,I 1 . will to Rr -lrz.1'd Guru the 1 ility' to I. J . . . yy'1 o a my ll'l' lx all the Rumi Oil Ui U I I ' 1 L 'hub 1 'I 'Hx g - - , , -, . . , t- ins' 1 y'. . .A g jok . at Iye heard 111 my 1 ur' years ot' higfr 1 t ' V' . r 1' 1, yy'l 41 A' ' - - '- 1 , the abrlrtx to pester Mr Sxxanson xxrth trrxralrtles t11l he xxonders xxhx he ex er taught phxsrcs I MARILYN HABERKOST xx 111 to mx srster Janet all the fun frrends and fancx trmes Ixe had here at Garfleld I ALICE HAPRIGAIN xx111 to Shrrlex Lrght tne abxlrtx to be on trme rn the mornrng I EDGAR HARRISON xx1ll all mx detentron slrps to Bob Hente he doesnt need them I GENE HAWKS xx111 all mx beautrful grrls to Chuck Sheffler the onlx handsome man lett I JACK HEMLI xxrll to Dan Krnet and C L Mc G 11x n x 1b111tx to flrck ch rpel and then be able to talk mx xx IX out of detentron I GIL HEPLER xx111 to 111 mx budclres the abrlrtx to go to school Ill d'1x xx ork 111 IIAIQIIIOOTI and strx out h 11f thc lIlf.,l'll. and strll gct rssrgnments for the next drrx I GORDON HERBIG xxrll thc rbrlrtx to haxc onlx txxo 111 locked Ill fou1 yerrs to rnyone xxho 1S rn the locker xxrth the Student Councrl Presldent I RAMONA HESSLER Wrll the ab1l1ty to xxork rn a drugstore be engaged do homework and strll get to school on trme to anyone who can do rt I NAO'VII HOCHSTEIN w111 to the next Garfield Drum Major all the argument hard xxork and good trmes Ive had wrth Mr Cole-and I guess shell need my unrform too' I WANDA HOFFMAN bequeath my good trmes at Garfreld to Jeanette Johnson I ANNE HOLB wrll all the homevx ork I drdnt begrn trll mrdnrght to all those who lrke lots of sleep I JACK HOPP wrll mx Rolls Royce that I drrxe to school every mornrng to Bruce Renner I BOB HORVATH xx1l1 to next years basketball team the best of luck and the pleasure of haxrng as much fun under Coaches Zrmmerman and Grrffrth as thrs last years team I ALBERT HUNTER vvrll to K1 IS Krengle and Phrl Benzrnger all the Rukus and Cosx plants rn Garfreld also a can of xxhlte xxash to Woody Woodrrng I GEORGE IMHOFF xxrll to anxone xxho loxes hcmexx ork Dear Mrss Lula Smrth I VAUGHNA JAMES xx111 the good trme I had xx 1th Hanna Lou rn Mrs Wallaces frrth perrod Bookkeeprng class to Lucrlle Hornsbx I ALLEN JENKIINS xxrll mx frrst perlod detentrons tc Jack Fenxxrck B111 Bradlex and the Hoot I BILL JOHNSOIN xx111 mx abrlrtx to gladuate rn ff ur xe'11s to Rax Craxx ford xxho xxrll need It axxfullx J c I JOE KACHLRCH XK xxrll to George F1Ue1 a pan ol g1e1scd shoe strrnfs so he xx ont haxe to 're them on thc xx IN to school ex erx mor 11111 I IRENE KASCLI' xrll 'mother xear of homexxork md lun to Helen Petr IS lllll Cllll Prffac xx ho are onlx Junrors I DON KARISKOS xx11l leaxe Amen I PEGGY KAX AIN-SHAINSKY xx1l1 to mx kld brother 'N 1ckex xxho xxrll be rr Freshre mx broken doxxn locker xxnrch has to be krcked to be opened Take good care ot 1 'llrck IIS been rn the fam1lx for elght xears I MARGARET KENIPSOIN xxrll mx frrst and second perlod sexxrng class to anxone xxho gets hrs homexxork oc ne earlx and doesnt need the f11st per1oc1 for studx I VANCE KERW xxrll mx abrlrtx to pass xxrth 10s all through school to Irene Ster ner vxho rs noxx '1 Fresh man I SYLX IA KISSEL xx1l1 to Delores Sa1ox1e a Joke funnx enough to make 1 dcad pan lrke me laugh CKeep trxrnd Delores 1 I FRANK KLAINER x 111 mx posrtron as captaln of t11e basketball team to Chuck Shetflcr I EVELYN KOEIILER xxrll to anx C'lIf1ClCllIC the brlrty to pass M1 Andersons drrvrng., coursc xxrthout puttrng a dent rn the c ll I GLORIA LA GAPDA xvrll all of my mornrngs afternoons and evenrngs at Carfreld to any person who rs vxrllrng to Work I DAVE LANCASTER xvrll to Eddie Dean the dbllltx to go to school and Chapels once rn a whrle I THO'VI L LARKO w111 all of my zeros rn Wood hop Cand I have plenty of themj to Bob Rrch I BILL LAY wrll to B111 Valentrne and D1ck Sweany the abrlrty to get along rn school and strll frnd trme for sports and many good trmes I RICHARD LEIBOLD wrll my worn out mrnd to the abrlrty to flrck classes xvrthout gettmg caught to anyone xxho needs rt I RICHARD LEMKE xv111 mv abrlrty to graduate rn four vears to Don Capplngler xxho may need It I EARL LEMLEY belllg of srck mrnd and broken bodv herebv xvrll my space rn the Dalklllg lot to anx one xxrth a rustx 33 Chcvre I LUCILLE LEPERA xxrll mx abllrtv to chew um exerx dax for four xe'11s xxrthout gettrng caught to anx one xx ho hasnt been able to get axx ax xx 1th rt I DAVID W LEWIS xx11l all of my rdeas and prob lems to anxone xx ho xxrll haxe them xxrth the exceptron of one grrl CJ SJ I JACK LINIGER xx111 to anx eager student mx teach 1 Dear MISS Kemper I RONINIE NEGPAY xx1ll next xe'11s b'1sketb'1l1 team the erbrlltx to get 'rlong xxrth Coach Zrmmermfrn ar1d haxe '1 successful scason I LOLELLA NELSON xx111 the black 1nd blue marks cn mx 11ms to anx grrl xxho thrnks she xx ould lrke to cl te B111 Sorrrck I BILL NOETH xx1l1 to the three 1llS 111 the perrod s Phxsrcs c11 11x xxoa lx halr e 111 1 x 11u h 'rt X11 Sxx 1n on s rokcs no m 11101 hoxx 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OI IX ER x11l tu ome ludn student mx mb DICSIC U11 J OIOQI 113191 f x CI mcci IIIUCN 11 C"11f1 1 I JOHN OPREA xxlll mx 1X1ULk91NIU 1 SINILI Lmm no n c 1 mn 1 I4 I JOHN OPRIAN xx1ll mx xxlllmgness tu 11111811 m ICI L u no Q C xullm IU Q Uses to Jlllx Wulen I JOE OR 'XVEC xx 111 to Dlnk M 1101 tl L pm xmg glmu xxlth l1Lh he X een mx IIITICQ bx P11 I JOSEPH ORIHEL XKll11ULlxl,1 IIUIUIDCI 66910 mx one xxha nm fmd the Lillllblllltlilll I JANFT OWEN xx1ll mx 1b111tx 10 lose thmgs and then tu to replace them befoxe bemg caught to Man Dona I GLENN PACHTA vxlll all oi ms kmdness to Mlm Lula STI11lh and mx ablhtx to et good gxades to Tonx Axnone I BETTY PACKAN w11l mx ab111tv to smuggle tl oludh Sholthand and Booklxeepmg, to anx one vs ho hkcs hc mevs fuk I ANGELIINE PALMARINI will to all futuxe CIIIXINQ, ccuwe pupils mx db1lltN to get out of 111 e dltches a I 1 in 11 I EPNESTINE PARSLEY xx1ll to Geo1g.,e DODIIII mx unendm loxe fox SU1IJ11SCtCS1N I MNRIANNE POTABY xx1ll to amone the dbllltx to X11 111 the mme xedt qhoxx one Seat one? tx Q Mlsx Sn 1th x dwses CHLCK PRICE xx1ll mx lmku xuth the bmkcn dum UI 1 L su x KATHERINE PRICE xx1ll ill mx gillbfl IIIHLS xxdl N J m I SADIF PURSLEH xx1ll mx Ultilxell LI I nth L IU ll mo p ltlenu, xx 11h f A'I NFA. xx1ll 1 lmku 'XI1 N VN U q EI Ohl-S REX N01 DS xxx!! 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' . xx" 5' ' -"1 wxpl 1 11- ' prcgid rf the Ch ir a lot uf -k ind Q . z ' j ' ' " . 1 'I' 'J 1' the hun- than the U1'g2llliZLlIiUI1 'L 5 ' " 1 Q, Goodbye all you unfortunate g1rls I JOHN SIXA w1ll my seat 1n Chem1stry class to anyone who wants It I BILL SLEZAK w1ll to my s1ster Barbara who yy1ll be a Fresh1e 1n the fall my four wonderful vears 1n th1s 1nst1tut1on I RONALD SMITH yy1ll all my 1gnorance to Lovy ell Mulhollen I ROSEMARY YOBI yy1ll to Ey elyn D1Feo my work 1n the llbrary and hope she WIII enjoy It as much as I d1d I JOAN YOUNG vull all the good tlmes 1n Mr Anderson s dr1v1ng class to all students fortunate enough to take It I RUTHIE ZERR w1ll to Bruce fHappy Conquererl Rennel Rav CStrong Manj Pannett1 the ab1l1tv to fl1ck w1thout bemg caught I FAYE SNYDER WIII to my s1ster Dorothy and Ruth Snvder and my brother Tom all the luck In the world to get through Garf1eld the best school I know I SUSAN SOPKO w1ll my locker No 7 wlth the hangmg door to anyone who IS lucky enough to get It I BILL SORRICK w1ll to Dan Kmet my worr1es of graduatmg f1nanc1al1y embarrassed I JULIANNE SPRING WIII to anyone who can be I PHYLLIS STADELMAN yylll to my s1ster Rlta the ab1l1ty to some day graduate and also my place ln the locker I FRED STIFFLER vylll my seat 1n Mr Swansons physlcs class to any Senlor who wants It I RODNEY STOUT w1ll all the gay tlmes I had at Garf1eld to J1m Church and Allen Beatty hopmg they may have the same I MILLIE STROUP w1ll all my good tlmes 1n MISS Pennlngtons sewmg class to my s1ster Shlrley who doesnt care for sew1ng too well I BILL SWAIN w1ll my good tlmes 1n all my H1StOFy classes to any Jumor students Just startmg I BETTY TALAS w1ll to anyone my best four years at Garf1eld and also my locker No 7 to anyone who can put more books 1n than I can I ELEANOR TAYLOR w1ll to any w1ll1ng Junlor the ab1l1ty to dr1ve w1thout rakmg the gears 1n dr1v1ng cl 1ss I EVELYN THOMAS w1ll to my brother Harold a wonderful h1story teacher Mrs Boyes I LOIS THOMAS yy 1ll to anyone who trles to gradu ate ln three and a half years the power to do so I LAWRENCE TRIOLA w1ll to my sxster Natalle my locker and good fortune 1n gettlng the best of teachers I JOHN UHALLEY w1ll to Cyr1l Begallle John Falatoc and Bob Capana the tlnj ab1l1ty to sl1de through the llth and 12th grades wlthout do1ng home work I ELSIE UNDERVVOOD w1ll to mv brother John the ab1l1ty to have as much fun as I have 1n mv four years at Garf1eld I TED VALCANOFF vy1ll to my brother Carl the b1l1ty to graduate m a reasonable tlme CSIX vears at least Elght years at the mosty I MARY NANCE w1ll to my brother Frankle the wonderful teachers I have had durlng my hwh school years I FRAN VASBINDER vy1ll to any lucky students the xx onderful t1me I haye had 1n Mr Boye 6t'1 per1od H storv class I PAULIINE XASILIOU yylll to any ty p1st the ab1l1ty to make all the m1stakes I do and st1ll pass the course I DOLORES WARNICIx vull to my brother Hovyard my seat 1n Mrs Boyes Hxstory class I NANCY WATSON yylll to anyone who has nerve enough to take 1t and l1kes homeyycrk my seat 1 Journahsm class I ROBERTA WEIBLE w1ll four svy ell years at Gar fleld to my s1ster IVI'lIlINll who yylll be startlng September I DONNA WEIGEL xylll to my sxstel Rutn Welgel my locker on the second floor wlth the hanging doors I JEANNIE WLIGEL w1ll to Marlan Smllyamch all the hard t1mes I had Ill gettmg up each mormng and always gettmg to school on t1me I BILL WESTFALL yv1ll one 3H one 2H pencll one Goodyear eraser 3 thumbtacks to VIC Bartletto for h1m to use 1n h1s last vear of mechamcal draw1ng and 3 cents to pay the 1nher1tance tax fthlb you learn 1n Gov ernment 7 I THOMAS WHITTAKER w1ll my locker on the flISt floor to any Freshle who w1ll keep It messed up as I dld I LOIS WILHELM w1ll my seat 1n Mr Waggoners class to anyone lucky enough to get hlm I CHARLES WILLISON w1ll my ab1l1ty to get th1ough school wxthout bemg late to a person yy ho needs It CR1chard Pr1meranoJ I JACK WILSON w1ll my 3I'IIblIIOf1 to have an amb1t1on to my boy Tom Durkm I WAYNE WOODFORD w1ll to B111 Arnett the prxvllege of dr1v1ng to school evexy day I JERALDINE WOODY vylll the ab1l1ty to do typlng f0I Mrs Boyes to any pe1son lucky enough to get It I ALEX YAMBOR yy1ll mv fo1tunate pleasure to anyone to have been able to see Pete Vxdxcan comb h1s ha1r and play football w1th B111 Kavollch 1n Mech Drawlng I BILL VERBLE xy1ll my brlllxant scholastxc Hblllty to anyone yyho can get a 999 ayexage yy 1tleout bemg a braln or consultmg books I JOELYN WALK w1ll the ab1l1ty to stay up at Steves all afternoon and eat one pretzel to anvone who can get ayyay NVIIII 1t I CHARLES WARD yyxll to anyone the flunky Job 1n shop class I BETTY WAREHIME w1ll to any Garfleld student mv ab1l1ty to fllck classes and not get caught I LOIS WRIGHT w1ll to my brother B111 9A and all underclassmen the swell tlmes and wonderful teach e1s Ive had at Garf1eld ' D . 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A - . , . . f . , A , , K A A - - - , A ' ' ' 1 ' 1 v I 7 r , , , , . . 7 Y v . . . . . v y v h' Y 1 .. 1 ' , . - , . v v . , y Q , , ' r . 9 - ALICE ANN ADAMS Nickname: "Al" Usually seen: Canteen, Stones and Borie's Bowland Ambition: To do clerical work Preferences: Planning parties, bowling and dancing WENDELL ALLEN Nickname: Windy Usually seen: Y.M.C.A. and White Seal Ambition: To become Prosecuting Attorney for the state of New York Preferences Sleeping and playing basketball DENNIS A ALLIO Nickname Allio Usually seen Everywhere Ambition To make money the easy way Preferences Having Pop Kiddel chase me JAMES ANDERSON Nickname Red Usually seen Nurses Home Fifth Ave Ambition To be a CPA Preferences Successful people NICKOLAS P ANDREFF Nickname Dandruff Usually seen S Main Street oi home sleeping Ambition To make millions Preferences Girls and music DAVID ROGER ARNOLD Nickname Dave Usually seen 209 oi 311 Ambition Doctor Prefeiences Hamburgs with t it sup and relish loud ties and Plxmouths JONNIE ATKIN: Nickname Jonnie U uallx seen East Market Gai dens and Gland Alley: Ambition To be a nui e Preferences Dancing reading and swimming 'X I 7 x '17 JENNIE AULINO Nickname: "Jen" Usually seen: Running from Smelia Damjanovich's to Jennie March's home Ambition: To marry and live next door to Jennie March so we can hang over the fence Preferences: The "P, M." in the day' ROBERT HAROLD AUMAN Nickname: 'Bob" Usually seen: All Garfield games and the Portage Lakes Ambition: To be an authority on out door life Preferences Girls fishing hunt ing and golfing MURIEL AYERS Nickname Chic Usually seen At church or with Alene Ball and Olga Zuranel Ambition Housewife and church vtorkei Preferences Church work JOHN .I BACHMAN Nickname Curly Usually seen Dellmoors and Akron Recreation Center Ambition To live in Oregon Preferences Swimming bowling dancing and hunting ESTELLA MARIE BADY Nickname Angel Usuallv seen YWC A or Southern Theater Ambition To be a nurse Preferences Basketball and foot ball games BETTY BAKER Nickname Boots Usuallx seen Gian Alleys Ambition To tlaxel Piefeiences Football and basket b'ill games ROBERT BAKOS Nickname Bob Usually seen Melody Lunch Ambition To be a banker Piefeiences Patsy brunettes and blue eves MARGARET PEARL BALLA Nickname: "Peggy" Usually seen: At church or school Ambition: To be a nurse Preferences: Home-made chicken soup and hamburgs with everything WILLIAM J. BARNUM, JR. Nickname: "Bill" Usually seen: Room 209 Ambition: To be a doctor Preferences: Loud socks JAMES BARTON Nickname: "Jim" Usually seen: Steve's Confectionery Ambition: Mechanic Preferences: Swimming and skating WILLIAM BARTON Nickname Bill Usually seen Gran Alleys outside sports Ambition To go into the electro plating business Preferences Bowling baseball and records IRENE BASORE Nickname Usually seen Working at Wal greens or with Ray Lonsberiy Ambition To be a good house wife Preferences Dancmg and twirling baton MARGARET BIROS Nickname Margy Usually seen 1293 Girard St Ambition To marry a rich man Preferences Chocolate milk shakes and hamburgers with everything X PATRICIA BLACKERT Nickname Pa Usually seen Norka Plating Com pany and basketball games Ambition '7"" Preferences Guy from Kent State 'wav 'Muff' MICHAEL BLIKE Nickname: "Mike " Usually seen: Steve's Ambition: To travel Preferences: Miss Flint's Home Room DANIEL BOGDAN Nickname: "Danny" Usually seen: At school or work Ambition: Singer Preferences: Food. girls and music EMIL BOLOGA Nickname: "Phoney" Usually seen: The Bun Ambition: Psychiatrist Preferences: Driving the Old Mans '47 Chexe EVELYN RUTH BORKOWSKI Nickname E Usually seen In new cars with handsome men going to exciting places to have a swell time' More fun Ambition To go to Miami Florida Prefeiences Dancing singing and all sports ALBERT BOYD Nickname Bnd Lsuallv seen St Pauls Gran Alleys or Annunciation Ambition To succeed in life Preferences Ice skating fishing hunting dancing and swimming FRANCES BOYES Nickname Franny Lsually seen Firestone Park Ambition To Graduate Prefer ences Dances and bovs CORA BELLE BRADFORD Nickname C B Usually seen In Pop Kidders office Ambition To be a music teacher Preferences Shorthand and typms BETTY BREWER Nickname Betty Usually seen At school Ambition Fashion designei Piefeiences Scalloped potatoes SUSANN BRNYA Nickname Sue Usually seen Firestone Park Ambition To graduate Preferences Records dancing and bovs WILLIAM BROADBENT Nickname Willie Usually seen H1 Y meetings Ambition To studv Business Administration Preferences H1 Y xx ork FRANCIS BROWN Nickname Brownie Usually seen Parties Amb1t1on To make a success of 1 e Preferences Ice cream and paities JAMES BUCKLEW Nlckname Builey Usuallv seen Steves Confec tionery and 1319 Dietz Aye Ambition To be successful Prefeiences G11ls and music JAMES BUIE Nickname Blm Usually seen Polskx s oi Buds Drugstore Ambition Radio announcei Preferences Vaughn Monroe records VONDA BULL Nickname: "Bonnie" Usually' seen: Jay-Teen Ambition: To be an accounta Preferences: Uh Huh Club. dancing nt JEANNE BUTZ Nickname Jeanle Usually seen Working in 2nd National Buildmg Ambition Popular singer Preferences Garfield Notre Dame dancing and records DINO CACIAPPO Nickname Tommy Usually seen Any place of entertalnment Ambition Doctor Preferences All phases of beauty NORMA CAIN Nickname Ca1n1e Usuallv seen Frenchs 1n Cuyahoga Falls Ambition Housewife Preferences Robert Johnstone of Falls High ROBERT CANAN Nickname Bob Usually seen Firestone Park Ambition To go to college Pieferences Football games hunting and fishing GARNET CARSON Nickname Pepper Usually seen Canteen or Pop Kidders office Ambition Stenographer Pxeferences Cokes french fries and 48 Hudsons CLIFTON C CASHION Nickname Cliff Usually seen Demolay dances and bioxxns Dince Studio Ambition Anplane mechanic Prefeiences Flight line mechanic GENE CHAMPE Nickname: "Chump" Usually seen: Garfield and Ed- fred's Music Store Ambition: Marry a rich widow Preferences: Music and girls CATHERINE CHERPAS Nickname: Cherp' Usually seen: Firestone Park all basketball games Ambrtron Dress desrgner Preferences Dancrng and tall boxs CLIFFORD CLEMENT Nrckname Whrtre Usually seen Orrs Confectronery Ambrtron Clerk Preferences Grrls DON COBB Nrckname Corn Cobb Usuallv seen Body Burldrng room workrng on a car drrvrng around Garfreld Ambrtron To go rnto the truckrng professron Preferences Four pretty grrls LILA COBB Nrckname Punky Usuallv seen Wrth the other two musketeers Ambrtron To be successful Preferences Prneapple mrlk shakes CARL COLE Nrckname Cozy Usually seen YWCA and Loews Theater Ambrtron To be economrcallw secure Preferences Grrls and partres WANDA COLEMAN Nrckname Srs Usuallv seen Gran Allexs and Jaw Teen Ambrtron Beautrcran Preferences Eatrng hamburgs and french frres FERRELL OVARNA CORK JR Nrcknarne Jr Usually seen Fred Lexxrs gym and Kesselrrng Darry Ambrtron To complete at least four years of college Preferences Frshrng huntrng and workrng ROBERT CORLESS Nickname: 'Bob Usually seen: Kenmore Ambition' To lead a lazv easy 1 e Preferences Blue eyed brunettes JAMES CORVELLI W hrckname Jrm bsuallx seen All sports events Ambrtron To be a success Preferences Svrrmmrng canoerng and skatrng LLIAM COSTA 'Nlrckname B1 Usually seen DrFess Poultry Market Ambrtron Mrllronarre Preferences Ice skatrng svurm mrnb huntrng and frshrng CAROL COVINGTON Nrckname Corky Usually een Frrestone offrces or Loews Theater Ambrtron Secretary Preferentes Clothes and spend rng money JOHN CSORA Nrckname Xzenra Usually seen South Akron and Garfreld Ambrtron To be a radro engrneer Preferences An auburn head of harr wrth a grrl under neath FRED DAMEROW Nrckname Frrtz Usuallx seen Wrth mx head under the hood of a car Ambrtron Doctor Preference Grrls MARJORIE DAMEROW Nrclxnarne M'rd Usually seen Skatrng eatrng sleeprng swrmmrng or plaxrng xolley ball Ambrtron To get my MRS degree at Valpararso Preferences Green eyes and lrght broxxn harr ELEANOR D AMICO Nrckname Svteetypre Usuallv seen Garfreld Hrgh School CMorn1ng and afternoonj Ambrtron To go to college Preferences A certarn college man SMELIA DAMJANOVICH Nrckname Mrckex Usually seen In the halls Ambrtron Certrfred Publrc Accountant Preferences Lrve up to mw mothers expectatrons PHYLLIS DAUBER Nrckname Phvl Usuallv seen Wrth Brll Ambrtron Offrce worker Preferences Swrmmrng dancrng and football games KENNETH DAVIES Nrckname Kennx Usually seen Almost anywhere Ambrtron To retrre at the age of 20 a mrllronarre Preferences Cherry sundaes JEANINE l DAVIS Nrckname Jean Usuallv seen Akron Socral Center Arnbrtron Dress desrgner Preferences Dancrng plavmg xollevball MARLENE DAVIS Nrcknarne Dax ex Usuallx seen Jaw Teen and eatlng hambulgs Arnbrtron Prrxate secretarx Preferences Dancrng and snrmmrrre DOROTHY DAWSON Nrckname Sparks Usually seen Brownes Dance Studro Corner drug store and Frrestone pool Ambrtron Nurse Preferences Dancrng swrmmrng volleyball cookrng and strawberry mrlkshakes WM nanny' Ain' Wi in JOHN DEMETRI Nrckname Johnny Usually seen South Akron YMCA Amb1t1on To go to college Preferences Sports ROBERT DESKIN Nrckname Bob Usually seen Gran Alleys Le row s and Polskw s record shop Ambrtron Screntrst Preferences Records bowlrng MARY DI DONATO Nrckname Drddo Usually seen At all Garfrelds sports Ambrtron To be a nurse Preferences Sports and food SAM DONZELLI Nrckname Sammy Usually seen Cafeterra Ambrtron Graduate from college Preferences Boxrng wrestlrng 'md football JOHN DRODER Nrckname Johnnv Usually seen Brownes Annuncr atrorr Dances or Gran Alleys Ambrtron To graduate and make a mrllron dollars Preferences Grrls french frles strawberry sundaes and records by Sprke Jones HELEN DUDAS Nrckrrame Duda Usually seen Hollands sleeprng eatrng shows Ambrtron To get marrred tsooner or laterj Preferences Dancrng and blond harr and blue ewes ALBERTA DUDACHUS Iwrckrrame Brrdre Usually seen Wrth Don Ambrtron To Jorn the Navy Preferences Dates ruth Don and dancrng DOlORES EAKEN Nlckname Dee suallx seen YMCA and YWCA Ambxtlcn To be a success xn xx hatex er I attempt 1n llfe Preference Dancmg slnglng lo fmg skatlng and xlmmmg ANNIE EASLEY Nlckname Llttle Gxrl Usuallx seen YWCA dances PHIIICS Amb1t1on To be a nurse Prefe ences Readlng and football g3ITlC: THOMAS EGGERT Nlckname Egghead Usually seen Hemtz Park or III dlug stores Amb1t1on Dentlst Pxeferermces GIFIS BETTY ELDRIDGE Nxcknarne Snooky Usually seen At moues or Bloxxnes dancmg studxo Amb1t1on Typlst Preferences Maklng fudge and dancmg ROBERT P FAGAN Nlckname Fldo Usually seen North H111 or Kent State Unlversxty Amb1t1on Advanced advertlslng executxve Preferences Dancmg Swlmmmg and GIRLS lOUlS F FARKAS Nxckname Lolly Usuallv seen St Emervs Amb1t1on Carpenter Preferences Dancmg KEVIN FENTON Nlckname "Red" Usuallv seen In the r1ght place at the wrong tlme Amb1t1on To be a docotr Preferences Blondes, redheads, music, and cocoanut cream ple EVELYN FILE N1 kname Ex 16 Lsuallx seen All Garfxeld games Amb1t1on Offlce xx oxls Pxeferences Vlusxc sevung KATHRYN FISK Nlckname Klttx Usuallx seen Gran Alleys and Scotts Amb1t1on To go to Chlna Prefel ences Boxxllng and danclng MARGARET FISK lN1ckname Margle Usually seen Glan Alleys Amb1t1on To loaf Preferences Juttexbulgs MARIAN FORTUNA N1ckname Mm Usually seen Movle theaters ICC skatlng and roller rmks Amb1t1on To go to Callfornla Preferences Skatlng dancmg and lxstenmg to records ROBERT FOSTER Nlckname Domehead Usuallv seen Presldent Room cafeterla and basketball Amb1t1on Sports wrxter Preferences Basketball glrls and Wfltlng LARRY FRAZIER Nlckname Red Usuallv seen Llbrary and church Amb1t1on Medlcal mlsslonary Preferences F1sh1ng camplng and ham GEORGE GAJDOS Nlckname "Judy" Usually seen Anywhere you see me Amb1t1on To get rlch and travel Preferences Glrls, mllkshakes, and football .IOAIwlE GAYLAN Nxckname J Usually seen At corner drugstore 'Xmbltlon To lnherlt a mlllxon dollars Preferences French fr1es harm burzs and dark green Plymouth PAUL GENDA Nlcknarne Paul Usually seen Atomlc Gr1ll Am ILIOH Nlg t club owner Pref rences Bowllng WILLIAM DANIEL GENDA Nickname Hmdu Usually seen Gran Alleys Ambltlon Professlonal wrestler or boxer Preferences Musxc football wrestlmg boxlng and xce skatmg ADELLA JEAN GERNER Nlckname Jeanme Usually seen German Amerxcan Hall Ambltlon To travel Preferences Dancmg to the muslc of the Polkateers JANET GODWIN Nlckname Janme Usually seen Eatmg french fr1es at Hollands Ambxtxon To succeed Preferences Boys recoxds and french fr1es ROBERT J GRAU Nlckname Jullus Usually seen M ONe1l Co and the 12 00 bus Ambltlon Sclentlst Preferences Glrls RUTH GRAU Nxckname "Ftuth1e" Usually seen At Steve's store Ambxtxon To sa1l around the world Preferences Green eyes and chocolate sundaes "!.'.?' My-. JACK GREIBLING N1ckname Jackson Usually seen W1th M E K Ambxtxon To be a scxentxst Preferences Smgxng and helpmg ln Physlcs lab GEORGE GRON Nxckname Gregorovmch Usually seen At good eatlng places and the Y Ambltxon Educated bum Preferences Good looklng glrls MARILYN HABERKOST Nlckname Skxnny Usuallv seen Bon Ton Bakerv Ambxtlon Nurse Preferences The new look ear rlngs and Mr Swansons slxth perlod Physics class GEORGE HALTERMAN Nlckname Shorty Usually seen At Inman and Lovers Lane Drug Store Ambltlon Agrlculturlst Preferences Basketball and mxlk shakes ALICE HARRIGAN Nrckname Al1ce Usually seen Worklng at e M O Nell Co Amb1t1on To be a prxvate secretary Preferences Dancmg at the East Market Gardens EDGAR HARRISON N1ckname Eddle Usually seen Howers dances or Broxxnes Dance Studlo Amb1t1on Graduate Preferences Glrls EUGENE HAWKS Nlckname ' Gene' Usually seen St Paul's, Arch wood Avenue Ambmon Radloman Preferences Gxrls and danclng JACK HEMLI Nickname: "Brow" Usually seen: Most anywhere Ambition: To be mechanic Preferences: To ride and park GIL HEPLER Nickname: "Cookie" Usually seen: Under my car Ambition: To get it running Preferences: Black-haired girl with blue eyes GORDON HERBIG Nickname: "Herb" Usually seen: The Park Ambition: Ornithologist Preferences: Riding in Fords in- stead of Plymouths and Pontiacs LILLIAN JEAN HIBBS Nickname Taffy Usually seen On busses moining noon and night Ambition To graduate Preferences Cherry pop and strawberry sundaes NAOMI HOCHSTEI N Nickname Freckles Usually seen Around food O1 window shopping Ambition Surgical nurse Preferences Dancing with Ham twirling baton and havrldes WANDA HOFFMAN Nickname Vands Usually seen Walkers and Circle T Ambition Marry a millionaire Preferences Dancing to a Polka ANNE HOLB Nickname Annie Usually seen German Ameiican Club with Betty Ambition Secretary Preferences Dancing and reading of-'eu ahv- ferwfs' rl ww 'W' 195 nk JACK HOPP Nickname: "The Toe" and "Handsome" Usually seen: Gran Alleys Ambition: To be successful Preferences: Good looking girls MARY HELEN HORVATH Nickname: "Mary" Usually seen: Home, or 435 N. Firestone Blvd. Ambition: To move back to California Preferences: Harry James' records ROBERT J. HORVATH Nickname: "Bob" Usually seen: Corner of Grant and Cole Ambition: To be a coach of a college team Preferences: Riding in cars play- ing all sports and listening to records GEORGE IMHOFF Nickname Ida Usually seen Jay Teen and El Patio Ambition Moonshiner Preferences Cars VAUGHNA JAMES Nickname Vonnie Usually seen With Toots and Lu Ambition To be a CPA Preferences Uh Huh Club spaghetti Bye EDWARD ALAN JENKINS ,M Nickname Jinx vw Usually seen Steves Ambition Cabinet maker Preferences Traveling WILLIAM JOHNSON Nickname Dink Usually seen Hobby shop and Church Ambition Engineer Preferences Sports model building and dancing EDGAR LEE JOINES Nickname: "Egg Head" Usually seen: Lois Casto's house and Acme No. 14 Ambition: To become a California business man Preferences: Having a good time ROGER JUDY Nickname Buck Usually seen Roaming halls dur ing homeroom and de lrvering papers on S Firestone Blvd Ambition Engineer Preferences Bowling ice skating, and outdoors JOSEPH KACHURCHAK Nickname Choo Choo Usually seen Acme 14 and trying to work in a darkroom Ambition Color Technician Preferences Bowling baseball and basketball KACSENEK Nickname K C Usually seen Burts Drug Store or Annuncration Ambition To make false teeth for some of my teachers Preferences To loaf sleep and swim IRENE KACSUR Nickname Irene Usuall seen Ramonas residence travel Preferences Monres records and milkshakes CHARLES THOMAS KAISER Nickname Chuck Usually seen South Akron Y and Garfield gym Ambition "W" Preferences Sports and math DONAID KARAISKOS Nickname Butch Usually seen Als 38 Pontiac Ambition Businessman Preferences Girls without new look iv 'E...."" 180' 'QD- VID 'Q PEGGY ANN KAVANSHANSKY Nickname: "Peg" Usually seen: Polish dances, or German American Club Ambition: To go to California by plane Preferences: Dancing with Chuck at Polish dances MARGARET KEMPSON Nickname Peggy Usually seen Working at Isalys on Grant St Ambition To be successful Preferences Bowling reading sewing VANCE KERN Nickname Bushtail Usually seen The right wings at Palace theater Ambition To be a printer Preferences Girls banana splits and football JOHN KIANO5 Nickname John Usually seen Down around tovxn Ambition Electronic engineer Preferences Loud ties SYLVIA KISSEL Nickname Bub Usually seen Kresges store and Summit Beach roller rink Ambition To be a success in clerical work Preferences Plavrng piano and roller skating FRANK KLAINER Nickname Butch Usually seen St Pauls and playing basketball Anbition To be 1 brsketball corch Preferences Dances basketball and swimming EVELYN KOEHLER Nickname Blondie Usually seen Dances and City Loan Anib tion Secretary Preferences Blue swimming summer and dancing , . . .. U ' . - ,- ' . it vv . ' - 1 , , - 1 A ' I ' 3 ' , I , 2 ' , ' ' f, : " 'Q V . .r - ,, ' . tl - 11 ff' ' A . 3 y V ' A 1 . . : . . ' i . I I ' ' Q ' V 3 , . ' . as U V ' , ' Q I s 1 tt YY 3 v V V' . CA Yl ' - A- - " 5 1 ' y 2 " ' ' ' , . ' ' Ambition: Visit California and 3 , . ' v . , 1 ' Z ' ' cy- ' . tr vw . I U .. A X1 S : . , '- , ' ' 15 , A A . '. . A l 1 . ff - , . . : .... - , - 1 - ' . At ' " ' . tn " ' ' , , , . , as ' : ' 3 , , A i ' : . YY Z V I V CLEMENT KOSTELNICK Nickname Clem Usually seen Park Confectionery xg Ambition Night Club proprlewl ' Preferences Girls GLORIA LaGARDA Nickname Pootchle Usually seen Room 209 and at Garfield All Day Ambition To play ln a large orchestra Preferences A certain basketball player DAVE LANCASTER Nickname Lanky Usually seen Digging UP SOM courses and at the Y Ambition To graduate Preferences Girls tblondes brunettesb THOMAS LARKO Nickname Bl1I'1dI'T'13I'1 Usually seen Jay Teen St Pauls Annunciation and Gran Alleys Ambition To be a designer Preferences To hear and S69 football basketball and baseball games CLARENCE WILLIAM LAY Nickname Babe Usually seen Arlington Pool Parlor and City Hospital Ambition Architect Preferences To dance with D SHIRLEY LAYTON Nickname Chick Usually seen Jay Teen St Pauls Ambition. To trayel Preferences: Dancing and roller skating RICHARD ARTHUR LEMKE Nickname: Muscles" A A Usually seen: Weight Lifting Club and Church Ambition: A Certified Accountant Preferences: Weight lifting and swimming uv 'Q' Hrs Vw' 43' EARL LEMLEY lN1ckname Little Earl Usually seen On South Main Ambition To tray el Preferences Girls money and cars LUCILLE LEPERA N1 kname Cr Lsually seen Royal Theater and at home listening to e radio Ambition To be a secretary Preferences Moxies and M men' DAVID W LEWIS Nickname Dumbo Usually seen Shows and confectroneries Ambition Mad inventor Preferences Fun fvxtrh a good looking girly .IACK R LINGER Nickname Dick Usually seen Akron Beacon Journal Ambition Trax el and see the world Preferences Reading good literature HANNAH LOU LITTLE rckname Louie Usually seen Evans Sayings Association Cxxorkmgp Ambition Secretary or book keeper Preferences Swimming dancing and ice skating NITA FAY LONG Nickname Jackie Usuallv seen Roller skating and Melody lunch room An brtron To take aeronautxcs and languages in college Preferences: Vaughn Monroe records and black clothes HELEN LOONEY Nickname: "Totsy' Usually seen: Firestone Park and 1313 Brown Street An.bition: To graduate Preferences: Dancing 'ind tall boys GERALD KEITH MADIGAN Nrckname Jerry Usually seen Everywhere Ambrtron Doctor Preferences Football track and lrstenrng to records SAM A MAGYAR Nrckname Marble Eves Usually seen Southern and Y Ambrtron To get rnto professronal football and become foot ball coach Preferences Basketball football and dancrng KATHLEEN MAHONEY Nrckname Casey Usually seen Frrestone club house Ambrtron Be a mrllronarre Preferences Swrmmrng an skatrng ROSE MARAZITA Nrckname Rosre Usually seen Lyn theater Ambrtron To go to South Amerrca Preferences Bowlrng dancrng and lrstenrng to Latrn Amerrcan musrc JENNIE l MARCH Nrcknarne Jen Usually seen Gorng next door see Jennre Aulmo Ambrtron Work at Bell Tele phone Co Preferences Dancrne new clothes KATHRYN MARICH Nrckname Katre Usually seen St Paul dame and Iceland Ambrtron To be a secretarx Preferences Popular records and rce skating JANICE MARIE MARTIN Nrckname Grandmaxx Usually seen Concerts, dances mowres Ambrtron Opera star at the Metropolrtan Preferences To be everu-.lrere at once A .uf P9 X Qumran... pun MONTLANE MAY Nrckname Monte Usuallv seen Every mornrng at 6 30 rn 210 dorng home work Ambrtron To own my own grocery stores Preferences Hrstory Rhetorrc Mrss L Smrths Lrterature classes MARGARET McARDlE rckname Peggy Usually seen Arena and Lea Drug Store Ambrtron To be a telephone operator references Brng Crosby and roller skatrng RICHARD PAUL McAVOY Nrckname Drck Usually seen Frank s Sport Shop and Borres Bowland Ambrtron Avratron mechanrc Preferences Brunettes and red heads MILDRED McGAUGHEY Nrckname Bashful Usually seen At shows Garfleld and Greensburg Ambrtron To be a beautrcran and get marrred Preferences A certarn sarlor and dark wavy harr BETTY McQUAIN Nrckname Lou Usually seen Horseback rldrng Ambrtron To take a long long trrp on a tram Preferences Dancrng movres swrmmrng and spaghettr NORMA JEAN MEALEY Nrckname Punchy Usually seen Vlrth Marvrn Hathaway Ambrtron To take a trrp Preferences Hrllbrlly musrc, and Frrdax HARRY L MERCER Nrckname "Lee' Usuallx seen South AIIIDQIOH YMCA Ambrtron To lrve a healthy and wealthy lrfe Preferences: Baby sitting MARY LOU MERCER N1ckname Larry Usually seen Navw Club Amb1t1on To become a good housexufe Preferences Traxelmg and bovtllng PAUL J MILLER lN1ckname Paublo Usually seen Txulas house and Borles Bovtland AHlblt1OH Englneer Preferences Hamburgs m1lk shakes and Tu 11a RUSSELL R MILLER N1ckname None Usually seen Any place where you don t xx ork Amb1t1on To get r1ch Preferences """" ILDA MAE MILLS N1ckname Blsbeek Usually seen East Market Gardens at movxes and Akron Sweet Shop Amb1t1on To become a book keeper Preferences Eatlng hamburgers HELEN MOCK N1ckname Mok Usually seen Wherever I happen to be at the tlme Amb1t1on To complete a year of gym wlthout a sprained ankle Preferences Klppy burgers and tall boys VERA MOLOHOSKEY N1ckname Petuma Usually seen Scottnes Drug Store ln Barberton YMCA M ONe1ls Amb1t1on Buyer of womens clothes, 1nter1o1 decorator or a PIIOL Preferences Swlmmlng, dancmg, tenms, pmg pong, roller skatlng and 1ce skatlng MARY MOSYJOWSKI N1ckname 'Muzzy Halfp1nt" Usually seen Polka dances and Woolworth's Amb1t1on Be a teacher and get marr1ed Preferences Cahforma, SXVIID mmg, and football ,pf pf ROBERT MURPHEY N1ckname Murph Usually seen St Pauls and Park Confectxonerv AmblLl0H To graduate Preferences Horre Room CLARENCE MURRAY Nxckname Clare Usually seen Y M C A Amb1t1on Make money or be an electrlczan Preferences Baseball and basket bal f IRENE NAGY N1ckname Chlcken Usually seen Wlth Kathryn Melelt at Leroys Amb1t1on To wrlte a book Preferences Dancmg mllkshakes and records ROBERT M NEGRU N1ckname Nero Usually seen M C Super Servrce workmg and Kellys Soda Bar Amb1t1on Graduate from Gar fleld Preferences H1story and study halls LOUELLA MAE NELSON N1ckname Pudgy Usually seen School dances games and workmg at Acme No 74 Amb1t1on To become a better golfer than Glen Meadovxs Preferences Dlmples long eye lashes and Mlss Parentl s classes 'Q EDWARD EUGENE NIKLES N1ckname Nlkles Usually seen Browns Amb1t1on To go trout flShlI'1g Preferences Mary and flshlng Z RICHARD WILLIAM NOETH Nxckname "Blond1e' Usually seen Walker s Drug Store, East Market Gardens Amb1t1on Tour the USA wxth Marshall Motz Preferences H1story Wlth Mrs Boyes ROBERT NORMAN N1ckname Bob Usually seen The lakes 1n the summer and at The Spot AITIIJIIIOH To succeed Preferences Mrs Bowes H1storx class LOU ANN O BRIEN Nickname Lou Usually seen In Royal Char1ot 1ce skatmg and Garfleld Ambltlon A buyer 1n a depart ment store Preferences Ice skatmg dancmg and talkmg CLEORA O HARRAH N1ckname Cleo Usually seen Church and Canteen Ambltlon To be a good housewlfe and get out of school Pleferences Basketball good musxc and Ronnle E JACK OLIVER N1ckname Jackle Usually seen Any place where there IS a plcture to be taken Amb1t1on Photographer CDe Luxeb Preferences A glrl name Joan JOHN OPREA JR Nxckname Ope Usually seen St Pauls Dance at all sports YMCA and poolroom Ambltxon To be a soc1al service worker YMCA secre tary or a coach Preferences Ice cream records by Kmg Cole Tr1o and dancmg JOHN OPRIAN Nxckname Johnnle Usuallx seen Stexes Confectxox eu Ambxtlon To be a successful salesman Preferences FlSI'l1l1g and huntmg JOSEPH ORIHEL Nxckname Bebe Usuallv seen Basketball and football games Ambltlon Pharmaclst Pleferences Drug 510165 H?" www. WWA uf? JANET B OWEN N1ckname Jan Usually seen East Market Gardens Ambltlon A psychologlst Preferences Mrs Zels Psy chologv class BETTY JEAN PACKAN N1ckname Packy Usually seen Home studymg Ambltton To become prlvate secretary to Mr Flrestone Preferences Classical muslc ANGELINE .IENNIE PALMARINE N1ckname Naughty Angelme Usually seen Jay Teen St Pauls Melodys Ambxtlon Take a trlp to Europe Pleferences Danclng records sxummlng french frles ERNESTINE PARSLEY N1ckname Ernle Usually seen Garfleld Federmans Amb1t1on Secretary P1 eferences Hamburgs and mllk shakes MARIANNE POTABY N1ckname Poochle Usuallv seen Ravs Confec IIOHSIQ 1332 Hartford Avenue Amb1t1on Secretamal Law Preferences Hamburgs Cwxth omonsj ALllV1ll8S Red Cross Representatlve CHARLES PRICE N1ckname Chuck bsuallx seen Garfleld ox South Akron YMCA Axnbltlon To get out of school Pxefelences Studs halls KATHERINE PRICE Nlckname lootsle Usually seen Hungerfords .AIUIJILIUII Secletals Pxefexences Dancing sleeplng eaung and Uh Huh Club SADIE I PURSLEY Nlckname Sue Usually seen The Canteen doyyn town and at the Aklon BHDLISL Temple Preferences MUQIC and bleaded veal cutlet PATRICIA REA N1ckname Pat Usuallv seen Gran Alleys Ambxtlon Pr1y ate secretary Preferences IVLUQIC and boxyhng DOLORES ANNE REYNOLDS Nlckname Do Do Usually seen Plastxc F1lm Products Corp Ambxtlon 'lo be 1 hlgh school teachel Preferences A1 nott s Ph nmacy DON J REYNOLDS Nickname Tom Waye Usually seen Anywhere at any txme Ambltlon To be a crooner lxke Slnatra Preferences RGCKJICIS of Frank Slnatla and Vaughn Monroe MARJORIE RIGGIN NlCkll3TTl9 Ma1g Usually seen Fnestone Amb1t1on To be a buyer for Saks Flfth Ayenue Preferences D111 prckles blond haned boys and Mrs Zels psychology class SHIRLEY JO RIZNIKOVE N1ckname Butchle Usually seen Ray s Confec tlonery ooo Lovers Lane Ambltlon Secretaual Law Preferences Hamburgs Cyylthout omonsl BETTY ANN RODENIOYER Nlckname Mouse Usually seen Wlth EYVIH Moole Glan Allevs slumber pa1t1es Ambltlon Puvate teacher of plano Preferences Slxth per1od for majorettes Mrs Boyes' hlstory class Qu f, 3283 ELIZABETH ROJAK 'Nhckname Babe Lsually seen Leroy s Musxc Room and YMCA Ambltlon TND1St or bookl-.eeper Pxeferences Hambulgs moyles and lecords SHIRLEY ROMBACH Nlckname Shorty Lsually een Orx s Dots house ATTILJILIOII Secretary Preferences Cheesebuxgs dark han and blue eyes LUCY ROSATO Nlckn nne L Usulllv seen Hungerfoxcls AYTILJIIIOII Prlyate secretlry Preferences Betsy Lh Huh Club BLAINE P ROSSITER Nlckname Rosy Usually seen Gran Alleys and Steyes Place Amb1t1on Phy slcal educxtlon 1nst1uct01 Pleferences Blondes MARGIE ROWLAND lylckname Bobble Usually seen Church basketball games Ambltxon To be a success mn lxfe Prefex ences Frled oy sters IDA RUDIE Nlckname Blondxe Usuallv seen Gran Alleys and Scotts Ambmon A perfect model Prefe1ences Trayelmg danclng and syylmmmg BETTY LOU SALA Nlckname Bcnme Usuallv seen Football and basketball games Amb1t1on Psychologlst P1eferences Psychology and clark han' EDITH ARA SALENDAY NA Nickname Edv Usually seen Gran Alleys Ambition Famous pianist Preferences Music and bottling NCY MARY SALVATORE Nickname Sunshine Usually seen ONe1ls Palacc Theater Ambition To go to South America Preferences Moxies records IMOGENE SANDERS Nickname Imy Usually seen At Garfields sport exents with Marv D1 Donato Ambition Private secretary Preferences Spaghetti and sport WILLIAM F SANDERS Nickname B111 Usually seen Playing with Vail ous dance bands Ambition To graduate from the Naval School of Music Preferences Girls and Stan Kenton s music RUTH CLARA SAUER Nickname Half P1nt Usually seen Iceland My ers Lake and St Pauls Ambition To be an artist Preferences Ice skating and dancing JOHN T SCHULENBERG Nickname Ted Usually seen Botherrng someone in 209 or eating pret7els in 301 Ambition Geologist Preferences Saturdays Sundays holidays 'ind vacations RAY C. SCHULTHEIS Nickname: "Ray" Usually seen: Bartram's Pharmacy Ambition: To be a machinist Preferences: Motorcycling rw SAM SCIANNA ickn imes Moe Usually seen Garfield Ambition Be a good husband Preferences Ixo mother in lan MARTHA ANN SCOTT Nickname Scottie Usually seen Goyernment Svn thetic Laboratory Lyn Theater Ambition Physical education instructor Preferences Bottling., ice skating ind dancing GEORGE ANTHONY SENGER Nicknime Geol e Usually seen Bowling alleys and hockey games Ambition Printer Preferences Murder stories ESTA MAE SHAW Nickname Penny Usuallv seen Jay Teen and East Market Gardens Ambrtron Secretary Preferences Swimming horse back riding and dancing .IOANN SHERHAG Nickname Joey Usually seen YMCA and Lyn Theater Ambition Costume designer Preferences Horseback riding tennis and roller skating DONALD F SHINGLER Nickname Don Usually seen Y M C A and Circle Theater Ambition Mechanical engineer Preferences Food dancing basketball baseball and sleep MARIANNE SHIREY Nickname: "Shy Usually seen: With the other two musketeers Ambition: To be happy Preferences: Pineapple milk- shakes, crazy people, dancing and music THOMAS E SIRILO Nxckname Mumbles Usually seen Park COI'lf9Ct10I1EIX K1ppys and Mr Ladds offxce Ambltlon Laxuer Preferences Frlends and Yo xos JOHN SIXA N1ckname S1x Usually seen Y M C A Amb1t1on Phxslcal educatlon mstructor P1 eferences Basketball WlllIAM R SLEZAK Nxckname B1 Usually seen Workmg at A8zP Super Market Amb1t1on To operate my own business Preferences G1rls RONALD W SMITH N1ckname Smlttv Usually seen Kroger Co A1nb1t1on Chem1st Preferences CIYIS and loaflng FAYE SNYDER Nlckname Pee Wee Usuallv seen Acme No 69 Amb1t1on To become a beautv operator Preferences Ice skatmg dancmg and llstenmg to records SUSAN MARIE SOPKO N1ckname SUS16 Usually seen Guelgenhlem In st1tute Canteen or St Pauls Arnb1t1on Receptlomst Preferences Danclng skatmg and bownng WILLIAM SORRICK N1ckname Stuby Usually seen Gran Alleys YMCA and St Pauls An1b1t1on To g1aduate from college Preferences G1rls Wlth blue eyes and slow muslc Zhi? """'7' ,.--. T JULIANNE SPRING N1ckname Judy Usually seen At Garfleld or home Amb1t1on Dress deslgner Preferences Sketchmg dresses PHYLLIS STADELMAN Nxckname Ph1l Usually seen Parks Confecuon ery and St Pauls Ambltlon Telephone operator Preference Danclng FRED l STIFFER Nxckname Stlx Usually seen Work1ng at ASP or drxvmg Dads car AmbltlOH To buy a car Pleferences Sleeplng and dr1v1ng RODNEY B STOUT N1ckname Rod Usually seen Garfield DeMolay Flrestone Park and St Pauls Amb1t1on To be a pharmac1st Preferences MUSIC 1ce skatlng and glrls MILLIE J STROUP Nlckname Toot1es Usually seen Gran Alleys and Iceland Amb1t1on To graduate Preferences Paul Wh1temans records and ICG skatmg WILLARD GEORGE SWAIN N1ckname B1 Usually seen M ONe11Co and on the Brown St bus Amb1t1on To become a mus1c1an Preferences P1ng pong h11lb1lly muslc bowlmg and dancmg BETTY J TAlAS Nxckname Tallahassee Usually seen St Pauls and Garfxeld Amb1t1on Receptlonlst Preferences Dancmg ELEANOR J. TAYLOR Nickname: "Eleanor" Usually seen: St. Paul's basket- ball games, and Garfield Ambition: To be a career girl Preferences Doctors receptionist or social secretary EVELYN A THOMAS Nickname Evie Usually seen Broxnnes basket ball games St Pauls dances Ambition Secretary Preferences Dancing tennis and plug pong LOIS THOMAS Nickname Lois Usually seen Garfield Ambition Bookkeeper Preferences Bowling LAWRENCE TRIOLA Nickname Larry Usually seen Gran Alleys Ambition Auto mechanic Preferences Sleeping mornings ANNA TURNER Nickname Duckie Usually seen Summit Beach Roller Rink Ambition To get out of school Preferences Bowling and roll skating JOHN UHALLEY Nickname Johnny Usually seen Casing banks Ambition To make a million dollars Preferences Fishing ELSIE UNDERWOOD Nickname: Else' Usually seen: On football field Ambition: Go to college Preferences: Basketball players and soft music 61 f -3-. Bi... hi 32-9 ? hw Ying., K 5 TED VALCANOFF Nickname: "Teddy" Usually seen: Browne's Ambition: Engineer references: Milk and new cars MARY VANCE icknarne lVIutz suallx seen In a super de luxe 29 Ford Ambition Stenographer Preferences Uh Huh Club snimming FRANCES VASBINDER Nickname Fran Usually seen In 209 any P M Ambition To understand Physics Preferences Mrs Boyes history classes PAULINE VASILIOU Nickname P Usually seen Steves Confectionery Ambition Never grow o Preferences Eating at all times BILL VERBLE Nickname Doddy Usually seen Warming the bench at football games Ambition To be a coach Preferences Playing football and basketball JOELYN C WALK Nickname Jodx Usually seen In the best places Ambition To find the Fountain of Youth Piefeientes Home brewed tea MARILYN WALTER Nickname: "Squirt Usually seen: St. Pauls Ambition: To be happy Preferences: Dancing and talking CHARLES WARD Nickname Ward Dsuarlx seen Around Ambition To get out o school Preferences Sports BETTY WAREHIME Ixrcknames Betsx Usually seen Bowling allexs Portage Lakes Ambrtron Beauty operator Preferences Watching my france Harry Dans bowling DOLORES WARNICK Nickname Dodre Usually seen Lea s Drugs Ambition To be a housewife Preferences Dancing NANCY WATSON Nicknames Reenre Usually seen Hungerfords Pharmacv Ambition Get out of school Preferences Ice skating shows ROBERTA WEIBLE Nrckname Bobbie Usually seen Eating good ham burgs Ambition To graduate Preferences Dancing and rcller skating DONNA WEIGEL Nickname: "Wiggle" Usually seen: Jay-Teen Ambition: Nurse Preferences: Dancing JEAN WEIGEL Nickname: "Jeannie" Usually seen: Jay-Teen Ambition: Get out of school Preferences: Listening to Jack Owens sing W- G rf BILLY WESTFALL Nickname Bashful Usually seen Basketball games Ambition Sports writer Preferences Short brunette THOMAS WHITTAKER Nickname Tom Lsuallx seen O Neil s Ambition To be '1 buyer O Neil s Preferences Pocket edition books LOIS WILHELM Nickname Lots Usually seen Hollands Shamrock Ambition Get married Preferences Dancing dark brown eyes CHARLES WILLISON Nickname Chuck Usually seen Garfield H1 Ambrtron To become rich Preferences P1 rvrng softbr and basketball JOHN WILSON Nickname Old Dad Usuallv seen Y M C A Ambition Y M C A secretary Preferences Little kids, "the boys" WAYNE GRANT WOODFORD Nickname: "Wayne" Usually seen: Brown Street Bus Ambition: To go to California Preferences: Buicks JERALDINE WOODY Nickname: ':Jerry" Usually seen: Iceland Ambition: Secretary Preferences: Ice skating LOIS JEAN WRIGHT Nickname Lois Usually seen Firestone Park Methodist Church Ambition Secretaix Preferences Ice skating ALEXANDER JAMES YAMBOR JR Nickname Sox Usuallx seen With Butzie Ambition Be a success Preferences Listen to anything RUTH M ZERR Nickname Ruthie Usually seen Penny Lou s Ambition Dance teacher Pi eferences Leon Rice and plaving the piano 44? up ROSEMARY YOBI Nickname Rosie Usually seen The Southern Ambition Librarian Piefeiences Bow ling JOAN EILEEN YOUNG Nickname Joanie Usuallx seen Firestone Metiopolitan Park Ambition Secretary Prefeiences Anything chocolate Pll Tl Ill'S 'NOT Sl IIMITTI ll WILLIAM CAMPBELL Nickname Slim Usually seen At Beauty Salon Ambition To Graduate Prefeiences. Girls and music CONLEY CHURCH JR. Nickname: Deacon" Usually seen: Any place h Ambition: To get a better Job Preferences: A girl with brown eyes JOE DOB0 Nickname: "J.D." Usually seen: At the corner drug store Ambition: Business man Preferences: Coin collecting., JOHN ESSEX Nickname: "Johnny" Usually seen: Tenpennies Restaurant Ambition: Pharmacist Preferences: Working on motor STANLEY GLASCOW Nickname: "Stan" Usually seen: Playing billiarcis Ambition: To graduate Preferences: Food RAMONA HESSLER Nickname Connie Usually seen Campus Roller Rink Ambition Live in Florida Preferences. Roller skating and dancing ALBERT HUNTER Nickname: Taboo Usually seen: St. Paul's or Fire- stone Park Y.M,C.A, Ambition: To join the Army Air Corps Preferences: Dancing and air- planes RICHARD LEIBOLD Nickname: "Dick" Usually seen: At Garfield Ambition: To be a hero Preferences: Girls JOSEPH ORAVEC Nickname: :Big John" Usually scen: Brown St. Cafe Ambitiont To be a vocalist Preferences: Sports GLENN E. PACHTA Nickname: "L-A" Usually seen: Barberton Ambition: To become a profes- sional baseball player Preferences: To get 6 months paid vacation MARJORIE REIDER Nickname Margie Usually seen Scotts and Gran Alleys Ambition. To travel to Europe Preferences: French fries FRED ROSSI Nickname: 'Deadweight Usually seen: Southern Billiards Ambition: To be a liveweight Preferences: Girls and music ANNA PEARL SAIN Nickname: "Anna" Usually seen: Waiting for a bus which never comes Ambition: To gli to college for at least a year Preferences: Roller skating and bicycle riding MATTHIAS S. 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JOELXN VV-XLK ROIN-XLD NEGP -XX LLSIE LNDERVS OOD 'NI XRI-XNBE SHIREH FRESHMEN ADVISORS Sealed RHETTA HASKVNS RLTH GRAL CLO IA LQGARDA tCh111mmr ELEANOP DAMICO HELEN MOCK . . I . V , , . . A . . . 1 . , , . A A 'ja ' ,'- 1 ,v r in L . L 1 . . , , . ,, , , . L A . A L . W ' VY Y A A DRGD sznr s. X? Ay NA ff Mu 2x1-Cx 2 QQW m fx: Sf ,-X - ORGANIZATIONS 1 11 ' I Il 1 I1f111Tt N1 N 1 11: fp-ku-1 111'-1411111 lr su 1111 1: f11'1 41 '.'.'a13' T1iL11 um X .1i1"1I lx 1'11'wu1i11-11 ','.'1Ii1 11111 1111131 31.111151 11: .WNIIXXKH muy' 111 1 111111111-:' 111 s1',11111. f11'111111'.4111111is, N11111Iw:'11z,1 z111i1111Lg 7111 11111 .if fiL'21'x'i'f1 11'+1111 1111- LHUPIP 1.15 1111 11'1u11.11v1', Li1'L'1 11111- II -1111g I!il'l1f1r1l1lJ5. l1.1x'1r111 1411-111 911111, 11111. 111111 11'il1'Ili!1Q 111111 111 11 :1l1111g 111111 f11111'1's, .I.1fi1gv1.Q 1111111 llllxll' 11a1f1 1'cu11"15 11 1 11.:1j. 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Lcuellfi Nelson secretary Bill Barnum piesident Eleanor DAm1co treasurer Ted Schulenberg xite president STUDENT COUNCIL The Garfield Student Council is one of the most important orgamzat ons ll the school Its purpose is to give the students a XOICG in the affaiis of the school and to dexelop leadership and titizenship among the students The first group of this kird xx as called the Student Senate xx 1th Mr Hoxxaid Nlatson as sponsoi Althou h this giotip xx as later disbandel a new oiganization called Student Council was stuted in 1938 vtith M1 Einest Su anson and M1 James Stanlex 'ls sponsois Thiouffh the deteimination of Maijoiie Knox nc a gioup students this COLlllf.ll became one of the most act1xe 01 ganizations 'it Garfield ine piesent sponsci is Miss Naijorie Skexxes She nas been the sponsoi since 1943 and is xxell l1ked bx exeixone ll council The present council carries on mann of the important att1x1t1es of the school both social and serx ice Spon ties aie the annual Homecoming and May dances Listed as serx ICQ piojects are iegistxation Clean Up Day Safetx Week Couitesw Week and freshman orienta ton Council also operates a lost and found serxices distiibutes locks and lockeis and has complete charge of football piograms Student Council memoeis ale chosen fiom the stu dent bodx bx the11 classmates A repiesentatixe is elected fiom each home 1oom even semestei Through these meinoeiship iequiiements the council IS 'in oigani zation in xxhich exeix student can paiticipate . - '. . 4 . . 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JUNIOR Y TEEN 926 t1e inst ll Pese11e C uh 11as 1 11111 at Ga1f1eld Llllflel the leade1sh1p ot M1ss Mznganct B11an1 a11d M1ss Adela1de Tlilllblfjll DUIIDU the school e 194 41 the name cf the U1gfllll7cll1Ol'l 11 IS C.ll1I1f9Cl to Y Teen The JUDIUI Y Teen 18 composed of f1eshn1an 1nd SOIJDOIDOIQ urls 1nd has no def1n1te 1equ11ernents fo1 YTl9TTllJGlSl'llIJ othe1 than the pa1ment of dues Th1s dub st111es to ueate UIlClt.ISl1llCllI1g llld tole11nLe t ward all peoplea to g11e lldlfllllg 1o1 Q1t17ensh1p to bllllll Ll'11racte1 and to stre s se111Le 1111 othe1s These HITUS ne earned out th10uUh the 11o1k of the 1a11ous corn 1nd SDOITS Through 1ts SDOITS p1og1am CSDGL13llX ln cketball the club helps to keep the me1nbe1s ph1s1call1 111 The club meetb at tne school the second and fotnth Wednesda1 of e1erv month and Occamonallx at the Centlal YWCA When a gnl ,o111 tl1e Y Tee11 club she a11tomat1call1 begomes a JUIIIOI n1e111lJe1 ol tne 'X W Fhls club electa 1ts 01111 ot ICGIS each X011 11l chro e 1ts 01111 lClXlSO1S The pnesent lClX1SO1S ne M1s Nell1c ende1 11111 Mlss X11 lll 1111 ack 11111 Cl zu L ough M 1 1 lLlSl'xl K ko I E111 1 S MLC,lllIlllL J 111111 E MLlVIullen P Pett1nge1 K A11de1 111 I Me1l1l1 S Keen1 CLOIlCl1OW D Me1do1 E lvltclcllll M C111 M Cohel1 W Be1gdorf D BOQtlIl91 Cv G1etle1 Y DeP11e N lVllllCl F lxtes G Buchanan P A11st1n D VVebe1 G wVdll6IS B Moore S Gloas M Frantz th1rd 11111 J D1x0n R Raffertw B Puskus L F1Sher M Benton D Neste1 C Lunas J Gross P Austm K Bachmann B BUILDGI J Han1111a1 M Mlllel L Logan D Balt11n1L L obeltson J 11 fou1h1o11 Stephenson D Ingram S Fa1n M DlNdIJOl1 R E1senho11e1 J Gelbel S Greex R Caspe1 P Kalten baugh D De11nge1 P Pmkus M Ree1e J Caxlando M Yuhas G Puxssen P Chlsholm R Ma1 F Donbetlx lN P61lxlI1S B11l11o11 S I-I111oL1n J DL11l11n P Pmkus B ee 1 como O no Co 1 A Kuska ICIIUSS ,Ol 1 an1 Yost D Qu1senbe111 A 'Vl1ll1gan IN Sp1ague P Kuth P Hlbbs S Calson S9C.OIlCl1UXK S Stattoxd P Watts -X H1ll S Dodson P SlCllE.Y lN Stelllng R Coleman Nelle1 P Stan DQIIX A Long G M1eu1 F Bulkhardt Judx D Spalks E Hdlllllle P T1aste1 H Stolk C1les I Keegan E fldllxl th11d 1o11 R A Fer1ell B1kos J Dwe G Tlpton P Case J Gxoss J Lxuten sLhl1 El I D11e P SLl1e1l1le J HQ!ldCISIJI1 M Cnettex J Sonthe X B1o1111 D FIQQITICIII I lN1Qhols A Mooxe M Johnson A Watus iou1tl11o11 C1 Bu1k R Gal171o 1 MfDang1ll R L Fe11ell M Sk lLCXlC A Mdlillliil k1 X1 S Ff1c J Cololw B Dux UIX J Tate 1ankland B nn D W1 1ams G Wll6X M LdlJ1fJZZl J PIIQG J ZLlQlSLl0If J M1lle1 St'1nd111g DOIIS Carte1 chaplaln Pat Case 11Le p1e 1dent seated Rose MHXN Coleman tleasuler Iegg S1dle1 D1GS1ClCTl'l NIITLY Slelllflg SCLIGTHIY z -' ' ': . 2 " . . . . 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' s 1 : ' : 5 ' , ' J ' Z 5 Standmg Wavne Woodford chaplaxn B111 Broad bent secretarv treasurer seated Roger Judw presldent J1m Delagrange uce pres1dent Back IOXK T Schulenberg T SlIllO A Belde W Woodford J Woodrmg B Johnson T Eggext R Smlth K Fenton P M1ller R Stout J Lazor G Mergonov F Damerovx A Huntex F BlddV Mr G11ff1th Wykoff second low M1 Waggonex B Bloadbent Gron G Herb1g K Cuppett O Kl1ne W Steele Lemke F Cork E T1o1ke A Luxeder P V1d1can Land1s K Daxles C Prlce D Sh1ngler th1rd rom Panett1 C KHISET T Durk1n R Beachx J Fenvnck ChU1Ch D C1c1oppo G Champe W Sor11ck K Palkel T Valconoft B Westfall R Judy J Wxlson J Oprea C Sheffle-1 P Sheeks fou1th low J Roblnson F Meltzer D Arnold B Balnum B Sandels L Faul J Delagrange E Hawks J Vldlcan C Valconoff J V.11go B Bxunton R Negray DELTA GAMMA HI Y The H1 Y moxernent lb ONEI flftx fue tears old the oldest present dat H1 Y club bemg orgamzed at Chap man Kansas as a hlgh school Young Mens Chr1st1an Assoc1at1on ID 1889 Todav oxer seven thousand clubs and two hundred thousand bows are partlclpatlng IH the H1 Y program Of these Garfleld s Delta Gamma H1 Y lb one of the most actne both 1n serx1ce and SOCl81 projects The purpose to wh1ch all H1 Y members subscrxbe 15 to create ma1nta1n and extend throughout the school and commumtx h1gh standards of Chr1st1an character In add1t1on to th1s a H1 Y box behex lll clean speech and pract1ces It H1 Y members stand for clean sports 'md plactlce clean sportsmanshlp Then also bellexe III clean l1x1ng as a b3SlS for l1fe Lnder the leadershlp of the Young Mens Chr1st1an ASSOCIRIIOH conferences and t1a1n1ng camps are conducted 1n all pa1ts of the countrx to 1mproxe the eff11cencv of the off1cers and leaders 1n atta1n1ng the purpose of the H1 Y organ1zat1on In 1941 the 'oft1cers of thls club attended such a conference IH Columbus Among the soc1al exents sponsored bs th1s orgamza t1on are a Hallovte en Dance a Chmstmas parts a has r1de and a Father and Son banquet Gu1d1ng th1s club and actlxelw ass1st1ng 1n 1ts programs are the adx 1sors Mr John Gr1ff1th and Mr W1ll1am Waggoner - - . . 1 . . Q . '. . ', . " ,. . 'A ' , D , . ,. . f. . . G . . . , . , . - , . . . , . , R , , ', . , . I 'Z R . Q . L V 1 - V Q . YA u - ' 4 x . , , . . , . . , . . . , . . '. . 1 ' ' I . , ' - - v v ' . 1 ' 1 1 ' Y , y , ' ' . . , . . . . S 1 2 0 8 I? C y 3 1 f -age:-31155, ' 3 1 w '::::.,Z,:...:"',,""7 A 3 , .,... 5 i s ' . Q . ' . ,'- I I ,', I V. - . '- V '. . . ' J- ' . L. . Q t .. ' , . K. ' . -Y ' V ' - Y .- , . - V . V. . . Y . v - n Y 1 ' A y . .- . . 7 V . , - . . ' ' ' t ' 4 ,v- .v' ' ' ' '- . ' ,,,. ' t ' V , ' ' ' ' . .' h e, , . . school and communlty hxgh standards of Chr1st1an char Back row F Phlllppl R Patterson P Sehember W Kluchn1ck J Kallenbach T Lynch T Krenge sec ond row C M1l1s J KIFK R Ruff R Balke D Har wood G MBISHCF Mr De1tz th1rd row J Z1mmerman T Par1s V Arnot S George R Lough J Inman J Fenton Stand1ng Roy Ruff secletary J1m Kallenbach VICC plesldent John Z1mmerman pres1dent seated John lurk sergeant at arms J1m Kallenbach VICE presldent John Inman chaplaln KAPPA BETA HI Y To create ma1nta1n and extend throughout the acter Th1S IS the purpose to xxh1ch the members of thls club subscr1be All of the members are expected to 11V6 up to th1S purpose and 1n add1t1on thev carrw the slogan of Clean l1x1ng clean speech clean sports clean scholarsh1p and contaglous Chr1st1an cl'aracte1 All freshman and sophomore bows who subscrxbe to thls purpose and slogan ale 1nducted formallx 1nto the club bx a beaut1ful and solemn r1tual usuallx conducted 1n a chulch To cont1nue IH membersh1p a box must be regular 1n attendance and partlclpate act1x eh 1n the programs and projects of the club He must also keep hxmself passmg 1n all subJects After the busmess meetmg the club usuallw plays basketball 1n the gwm Sex eral Jolnt meetmgs are planned Wlth the Jumor Y Teen P1C1'l1CS and sw1mm1ng p rtxes wxll be the h1ghl1ghts of the spr1ng program The seruce progect th1s sear was the purchase of a new mtelllgence test for the counselmg departmnt The club IS an aff1l1ate of the South Akron Branch YMCA the Summ1t Countw H1 Y COUHCII and the lNat1onal H1 Y Fellowshlp Ablx 8dYlSl!lg the club IS Mr Lerow E DIQIZ . . , . , . . - , . , . , . , ' . . .. . , . , . , . ' - - , . . . . . ' - ' s - v - y Q t ' - v v 1 ' -1 1 1 1 - . - - . v - , . U . . . , . , uv . . v . . . v A ' v . . . . v Y . . . - . M , - . H . .. A . A V. . . . 1 , . n - I A .. . ,' . . . , v v - . . . , 1 . . . . . , v , . .- V , 0 Y. . , Marianne Shirew wee president Helen Mock sec retary Kexin Fenton president Bob Foster treasurer Bick IOXN S Gilgen B Fostei D Ainold W Wood o i cn glci ou Dui in Glisgoy second ioxx T Schulenbeig, M Kein C Shite H Mocl-t M Shiies XI Diineiow F V isbindei J Huff nian Miss Flint third IOXK F Blown F Koyac M Molohosln J Aulino J Walk M King R Campbell M Long Mis Smith fouith iovt B Bainum J Cod win E DAm1co G LaC:aida J Owen L OB11en L Nelson J Gay lan M Day is NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Scholarship thiiictei leideiship ind seixice these are the requirements of the National Hontr Society which takes in 'i possible fifteen percent of any gradu- ating class-five percent as llA's, five percent as 12B's. 'ind five percent 'is 12A's, The Garfield chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in 1927 with Miss Ruth Bradley as ad- visor. Then Miss Lula Smith became sponsor first with Mrs. Dorothea Long and then with Miss Anna Mae Flint as co-sponsor, The society has had many successful piojects in the past such as a inoiale building campaign 1 Good Citizens Days and the piojett of awarding a cup to the home room with the highest grade average, This year "Back-to-School Night" was held for parents and teachers. and a scholarship fund was established to help a deserving student with his college expenses. To raise money for this fund a movie was sponsored at the Circle Theater and Christmas cards and mistletoe were sold. A banquet is held each year for the newly elected and old members. dak IOVS J Robelton J Latona J Inman Phlllxpl R Helxol N Deltch J Knk C M1lls R Coast C w'llClGI J NIQIIIEXCI P Sldlex second IUVL M IVIHICS J Shlllglel F MCIIZCI J Vin Holn A Long I Clexengel K Anderson I M1l1k D GUISCIHDBITN J Bell D Hines H Koxzc lhlld IOVN N Culbelson P MtCnte1 P Wexnetke B R1UgXNdlI J Lauten sehlagel J Hdnnmel L Juengal S Hdxoon J Hdbex kost S JCllklIlS J Henderson fourth rovs P Haemmer S Cheek J Colopy S Gross A Blossex R Watts M Benton I M1tchell MISS Parentl Betty Rmawalt presldent Janlce Nlemevex setre taly treasurer Paulme McCa1ter YICC presxdent JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY The Junlor Honor Socletw was organlzed at Garfleld ln 1934 largely through the efforts of Mrs Edward Rlcketts fEl1zabeth Levnsl and M1ss Jullette Parentl who at that tlme were members of the School Better ment Commltee The purpose of th1s orgamzatlon IS to gne recognxtxon for outstandlng scholarshxp to those students xx ho are as xet 1nel1g1ble for membexshxp ID Natlonal Honor Socletv Membershlp IS gnen to any student who earns 'ln axerage of 90 or aboxe for three successlve gradmg perlods If any member allovxs h1s axerage to drop below 90 for two gradmg per1ods ID SllCCeSSlOI'l he IS automatlcallv dropped from the Honor Socxetv Thus club elects xts own offlcers and sponsors :ts own attlvxtles such as partles hayrldes and DICDICS Every semester a Jumor Honor Soclety Chapel IS held to recogmze new members The present sponsor of the club IS MISS Julxette Parentl B' ' ' ': . ' . , . . 1 ' , F. 4 I 1 . A 1, . I Q, . C Q - . y t l , .' D , I. . l ' ' . l 'B . 'Y' . , . C ., . 'z -1 " ' ': . , I s Z v 4' . . , . D ' N 1 I V - ', . ' . . 1 'C . - lm, M. Stevenson, D. Williams, J. Miller, B. Duxgurry, ' v - I ' 1 f a ' V- ' v R I . ,- . . . ' . ,' - ' . 7 V Y . . . . . I . . . Y . 7 I C v v . ,M . .- Joan Young Barbara Allen Margie Damerow Back row D Steffenson L Logan S Layton W Sams P Broderick C Warder V Varner Miss White second row J Young J Holmes D Atzenhoefer J Davldson E Taylor J McQu1lk1n M Albutz B Warren Rafferty J Meridino M Varga E Chuney D Dodd Adams W Dorsey B Rudie Mrs Wallace thlrd row Ryan M Damerow S Phifer B Perez Z Stewart Jakubsen L Cork E Meetyer B Lee W Bergdorf IVV E Bowers B Spwa Mrs Werner fourth row Williams R Grau B Allen M Grovmozzo F Snyder Eaken N Decker S Greer D Dieringer J Galli Mole lVI MosyJowsk1 R Bancheek M Horvath R Weible JUNIOR RED CROSS to serve others both at home and abroad in peace and war through adaptable channels that aie correlated with school activities The Garfield High School Junioi Red Cross was founded in 1930 It carries on its many 8Cf.lXltl6S through Junior Red Cross reuresentatlx es usuallv elected by home rooms Everv Garf1e'd student is a membel of the Junior Red Cross and may participate in all its activities The chief source of revenue of the Garfield Junior Red Cross is the collection of sales tax stamps From this income monev is sent to the National Childrens Fund xx hich during the last three yeais has sent almost four million dollars vsorth of school health and clothing make such articles as Christmas cards menu covers sewing kits table favors etc fox veterans hospitals and other institutions Twice each year the Junior Red Cross packs boxes for children in foreign countries some foi Chiistmas and some latex in the spring con taining educational articles as well as gifts These gifts are purchased fiom oui Sales Tax Stamp Fund but Junior Red Cross membels do the shopping The Junior Ped Cross in Akron IS divided into high school districts The Garfield High School district con sists of Firestone Park Glover Goodrich McEbright Miller St Pauls and Voris Grade schools The sponsors are Mrs Verna Wallace Mrs Florence Wernei Miss Verena White , . ' , . , . , ' ' 3 : . , . , . , . - , . , . l l , . , . R. , . ' ' , . , . , . A. , . , , ' , . 1 ' : A. , . , . ' , . , . A. , . , . , . , . J. , , . , . , . 3 1 E. ' ' , . , . , . , . D. , . , . , . ' ' , . '- A V 25. I K , , , , . This organization offers its members an opportunity supplies abroad. Our art and home economics classes v v . - . . 1 ' Q U I Y. V Y. D . V ' .V . . , . . . . Q , , . , - ' . I - . . Q . . i , . , ' . V . , 4 4v,,,-47 vw ,aw atlv 1 th e NI Swanson is dime augi oi' 57 111 1 1 ciu en c V cnc. 1:1 SERVICE FUND Although the smallest school organization. the Service ' immittee is. 'it the same time. one of the most ' 1- Jcrtant. t consists of tit six members: three selected fiom the faculty and an equal number chosen from among the student body. The group. which is operated solely upon a service basis. was Organized several years apo as an aid in financing various school projects and in the purchase of some much-needed school equipment, The committee obtains its funds from all money col- letteci from sales-tax stamps which is above and beyond the needs of the Junior Red Cross Fund. In order to reap the benefits offered by the Service Committee. a student r faculty membr must first submit a request to the group. All requests are studied. discussed and voted upon by the committee and if found to be reasonable. are granted. ln this way the Service Committee has been able to provide the school with such valuaole items as a voice recom er for the speec department and a set of tests which were requested by the vocational guidance department. Back row A Turner S McDevet L Mmer J Woods J Roarty P Raye D Moore B Calvm H Mock M Kern S Danforth I Basore D Atzenhoefer H Peters r Vasbmder M long J Holmes Y Burke J Collms second row S Damyanovlch A Costaras G Clough J Long J Adams D Isom J Aullno P Hembury J Walk C RogoJan M Horvath B Lawrence G Hathaway D Mxtchell A Horvath M Klng B Ken nedy M Scott E Taylor B Lockhardt thlrd row E DCFIO D W1ll1ams L Hawkms P Stadleman B Salla M Suder J McBride S Kathey J Lowrey M Dosheff F Salenday B Reposkey S Bean E Bozzellx G Car son F Boyes N Knappenberger M Lalrd M D1Napol1 Isom president Mrs Allen advlsor Donna Mltchell past presxdent seated Pat Hembury treasurer Frances Vasbmder chalplaln Jean Woods secretary BOWLING CLUB There was a long roll of thunder followed by a loud crash and elther a shout of Joy or a low moan Passlng the corner of Mann and Chestnut any Tuesdav afternoon these were famxllar sounds The reason" The Glrls Bowlmg Club of cour e vthmch has offered healthful recreation to over one hundred gxrls thls year Although they faxled to produce any perfect games they emoyed many pleasant afternoons and sore muscles' The spon sor Mrs Thelma Allenfi had her hands full wxth so large a group but emoved everv mmute of xt Club meetmgs were held the flrst Wednesday of each month nn the school cafeterxa and gxrls bowled everv Tuesday aftemoon The alleys were also made avanl able on Saturday mornings for those glrls who worked on week days and for make ups This year for the flrst tlme a merlt system was set up to recognlze members of the club not only for thelr bowling sklll but also for sportsmanship regular attend ance at meetmgs as well as on Tuesdays and all around partlclpatlon ID the club's actlvltxes Bowllng letters were glven out for the flrst tlme as well as gold pmsf balls and trophys to the outstanding members The club rs dxvxded mto teams of four girls each and a captam IS elected by each group As the glrls acquxre skxll the teams vue agalnst each other offermg frxendly competltxon and rlvalry : . , . , . ' , ' , . , . , . , . . , . , - , . , . , . , , . , . , . L , . , . . . A . . . , . , . . , . , . , . , . . , , . , . l , . , . 1 , . ' , I 1 Q ' , . - , . , . , . 3 ' 1 h , . A l , . Y I , . , . . , . . , . , . , . 1. , . , . , . b, . " Q 1 ' 7 9 ' 1 ' . Y ' I . Standing: Jennie Aulino, vice-president: Daphna - , ' 2 - , ' 2 ' , 1 2 , 3 Y 3 , - . C V . . , . - . - . , . I - , . . . . v . ' . . 1 . . V . ' ' ' ' ' . '. Back row Mr Blstlme R Gardner M Marchok D Geltgay V Gardner M Carr J LaPorte D Cook second row F Arnott D Grau J Thompson R Baker R McNe1l L Carr P Sewers R Spenser Mr Brew baker thlrd row D Batten G W1ggS M Cohelay J Flsher R Normmgton W Wlllenberger R Fagan S Humphrey I MHTIOIIC Cohele secretary treasurer John Flsher xle ldcnt Bob Normmgton VICC plesldent JUNIOR RIFLE CLUB . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . ' . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . . , . , . , . v - v - 1 - v 4 . V' . ,- Z ' ,, -' . ' ' - . ' A ., . , . . . 7. . 1 v ' ' 1 1 v v ' ' ' 1 v s ' ' y . . . . . . . . . . 7 Marksmanshlp and the shootmg match of the ploneers forms one of the oldest and most cherlshed of Amerlcan trad1t1ons Yet lt IS only ln recent years that r1f1e clubs m hlgh schools and colleges have been formed to carry on this sport In 1929 Garfleld under the sponsorshlp of C E Brewbaker orgamzed the fxrst hxgh school club m the c1tv It has been follow ed by a number of others Inter hlgh school compet1t1on got well under way by 1935 and smce then the Garfxeld shooters have had a v1rtua1 monopoly on rlfle champ1onsh1ps Each year they have come through the1r schedule unbeaten and untled IH c1ty hlgh school competltlon Thev haxe also been county champlon three tlmes and state champxon twxlce Each vear many of thelr shooters have placed at the top or near the top ln the state 1nd1v1dua1 matches Last year led by such f1ne marksmen as Dave Batten Jxm Morrxs Gar W1ggS John Fxsher Dlck Fagan and W1lma Ellenberger they won the c1ty county state and reglonal champxonshlps and were recogmzed as one of the leadmg Junlor clubs m the Umted States Wlth the fxrst three of these shooters graduatmg 1n the mlddle of the season It IS dlffxcul to predlct what the outcome vull be for the present season Eleanor Wrllrams treasurer Jean Hammar presrdent Jean Prrce vrce presrdent Pat Haemmerlm secretars Back row L Galvrn E Kelso D Earlenbaugh B Broadbent A Rrngwalt J Brown J Prllatrere J Iatona R Stout R Baker N Andreff D Moye S Grreblrng M Kern B Heckman John Inman R Carson J Osredkar T Morrrs second rovs G Thompson B Carrrgan F Mertzer G Dobrrn K Reed J Sonntag D Orban R Cerasuolo B Perez P Hembury E Wrllrams L Frsher S Robertson thrrd row A Demetrr Rerghard R Wallace B Lee R Gracomo E Mertzer Stafford N Long C' Burk M Telea P Haemmerlrn Srdley N Sterlrng N Mrller J Drxon J Smrth Baelr Mrss Parentr fourth rovt L Logan M Mrller Prrce S Bean B Cremeans R Scherble R Watts Chrsholm A Hrll D McVav M Suder PAN AMERICAN LEAGUE 24 1944 largelx through the efforts of Gurdo Lrstella a former Garfreld student now attendrng Akron Um xersr'w Srnce rts begrnnmg Mrss Julrette Parentr has been the able sponsor of thrs organrzatron whose mem bershrp non totals one hundred and srx The purpose of thrs league rs to turtlrer a feelrng of understandrng ton ard other countrres of the Amer rc rs The league holds rts meetrnvs once a month at xxhrch trme speakers from xarrous Amerrcan countrres lecture on the rnterestrng customs costumes and rctrxrtres of the natrxes of that country Durnrg the l947 48 perrod the club has entertarned speakers from Panama Mexrco Brazrl Argentrna and Puerto Rrco After the speakers lecture refreshments are serxed and socml actrxrtres begrn program for the semester In keeplng wrth the natronal effort a box of school supplres xx as sent to a small school rn Italw The league rs the onlv club rn Akron who entertan ed xxrth sex eral programs the group of Mexrcans sent bw the Mexrcan Goxernment to help vuth rarlroad work rn Barberton Members are correspondrng vuth bows and grrls rn manw South Amerrcan countrres In June 1947 thrs organrzatron sponsored a chapel called Mexrcan Fresta which prctured a market place rn Mexrco The elaborate program was made rnterestrng by orrgmal costumes and natrxe srngrng and dancrng Through programs such as thus the Pan Amerrcan League creates a feelrng of understandrng tow ard other countrres of the Western Hemrsphere . t I . , ' Q I , . . v ' v - V v . - Q - 1 4 v - v - iv - v - v ' h 1 ' E v ' Y 1 ' ' - . V . , . . . . , 4 v - v - t - 1 ' . ' Q . . . v - 1 S. . . . 1. . . , . A I -f B. ', ' 'C 'z . , . ' A . J. , . . . , . , . I , I ,ff , 1 . ' 1 The Pan American League was founded February Both service and social projects are included in their . , . . . ' ' . .. . . . . ' ,' ' . , , . . . ' . ' ' - ' I ,' . Y -. ' . . . ' .' 2 ,n V.. ' ' iv -' ' V . V . . , - . V , , . y , . . Y x , 4 F K- '. ' v V -1 lc V V. A ' . ,Q 'N ll' J Vargo A Beattx K I-enton D Arnold F Koxac Miss Keenei Mi Waggoner DEBATE TEAM The foiensic 'iit is not neglected at Gaifleld a s exidenced bw its debate team The purpose of this team is to give its members the benefit of active participation in public discussion. At present four members con- stitute the team two regulars 'ind two alternates. The most iirportant activity undertaken by this or- ganization is its participation in the Junior Town Meeting sponsored by WAKR. This program is modeled after Americas Town Meeting originated by its present mod- erator, Mr. George V. Denny. The Junior Town Meeting consists of a series of debates in which city and county high schools take part. As a reward for determined ef- fort. WAKR presents the four finalists with cash awards from its scholarship fund. Last year one of the finalists was Fred Kovac Garfield debater who ieceived an in iid of a one hundi ed dollar bond According to tra dition. Garfields debate team has always beeng repre- sented in the final twelve. During its four year history the team has been coached by a very capable speech teacher Miss Marjorie Keener. Miss Keener recently became director of radio activities for the Akron Public Schools. Assuming her job as debate coach is Mr. William Waggener, speech instructor at Garfield. In the first debate this semester the team opposed East High debaters, discussing the question, "Should the Federal Government Control Prices in Order to Prevent a New Cycle of Wage and Price Increases." Uv T17 ..- Jul1anne Sprmg hlstorlan Jean Huffman hlstorxan Jack Gr1eb11ng secretary treasurer JHHICC Martm vun second vlce presldent Ai Back row R SHIVIH K Fenton J Grleblmg B Stepenson second row F Kovac A Gllgen F Cork L Carr T Dlck J Martln J Spr1ng W M1les thlrd row R Bancheek J Godwln E DAm1co G LaGarda V Molohosky J Huffman D Mlcheal R Hasklns M Kmg NATIONAL THESPIANS The Natlonal Thesplans Orgamzatlon Troupe No 71 was orgamzed 1n 1936 w1th Mr Alexander WIISOH as ILS advlsor The clubs purpose IS to promote and l6C0gf1lZC merltorlous part1c1pat1on 1n hlgh school oxa fllatlCS The Thesplans obtamed thelr name from the Greek dramatlst TheSplS called the father of modern drama Membe1sh1p 1n the Thesp1ans IS l1fe long The troupe meets every month and often holds soclal gathermgs at Mr Wllsons farm 1n Suffield The present school en rollment of th1s orgamzatlon IS twenty one School 3CtlVlt1eS 1nclude such product1ons as Y1ppy K1 As 1n 1944 and 1946 Famlly Portraxt and The Tox Shop 1n 1940 and many others The Thesp1ans also partlclpated 1n AIICB 1n Wonderland a marlonette show 1n 1947 The club plans to start a Thesplan Hxstory Book WhlCh w1ll cover 1tS twelxe yea1 hlstory Among ltS sprmg projects are a tr1p to the Cleveland Playhouse and the Easter Chapel I I ' Y" H . . V1 , 3 1 A A - 5 X L 4 J ' : . ', . , . ' ' , . Z 1 - H ' , - 1 - 1 - V - V - V - 1 : . , . ', . ' ' , . , , 3 , ' ' : ' ' . - 1 ' H presidentg Ferrell Cork, first vice-president: Janet God- .. , . - . . . . , . . , . , . . . , , . , , . . . , . . ' 11 - -vv .1 U , V9 ' ' ' ' I - . . . U . . ,, . , . ,nu-uh ,aa-an Back row X Gardner R Scheible J Kirk IN Deitch H Koxac C Warder second ioxx J Dxe E Fmme S Worthington J Mieme ei P Sidlex P Stans Lury J Hendeison G Meier D 'luite J Latona thnd mix oxxn ti n ro 1 1 on Sheihif D McVeX M DAngeio D Xegh N Fianl-vlln J binn fouith ioxx A Maicintoski J Colopx S Ftlltl S Bein B Allen J Gfillimoie I Gloss M Land E Demetei A Blossei Harxey Koxac xice president John Kirk president Norman Deitth secretarv treasurer MASK AND WIG One of the most recent organizations at Garfield Mask and Wig. officially came into being during the fall semester of 1947. Since then it has grown tre- mendously until today it boasts a membership of thirty- seven. Membership in this club requires only a strong interest in dramatic work. The purpose of Mask and Wig is to encourage and develop dramatic talent in those who have not yet had a great deal of experience on the stage. Members of this club may appear in plays during the cour:e of the year if they are able to rneet tne quali- fications necessary, It is the duty of each ncmber of this group to further the purpose of the ,3OCICt5' and to prepare himself for active membership in the National Thespians. Social activities are not neglef-tell by this junior dramatic club, as it sponsors many parties tor its members throughout the scholastic year. The mein- bers of this organization are directed in the art of dra- matics by their capable sponsor. Mr. Alexander Wilson. l- Standing Bill Barnum co editor Bob Fostei Helen Mock Kevin Fenton David Arnold Ted Schulenberg co editor seated Marianne Shirev Rhetta Haskins .Joelwn Walk Lou Anna OBrien Jennie Aulino Back ion E Tioike T Schulenbeig A Gilgen K Fenton R Ha kms S Schneidei J Davidson B Reese second ioxx J Opiian VV Woodfoid M Shiiex H Mock F Xasbindei E Vlilliams S Fullen lN Decker thiid IOXK B Bainum C' Figel D Alnold F Meitzei R Stout J Walk B Pollack L Hawkins B Lockhfiit fcuith iovs J Mon 'NI Hochstem B Allen N Culbei son J Aulino C LaGa1da L Nelson L OB1ien A Palmaiine Jackie Huth YEARBOOK REPRESENTATIVES Much hard work has gone into the publication of this book. Everyone who is here pictured. 'ind many who are not, have helped tremendously in the task. The organization was formed to make easier the purpose- that of editing 'i book in which would be preserved one year of activities at Garfield. We would like to thank every student who. by his subscription or extra help, has aided us. We would like to thank especially the executive committee, without whose help and initial backing, this book would have been impossible. All of them have worked hard, steadily, and with very little credit. Thanks are extended to the M. O'Neil Company for their cooperation in much of the photography of the book: to our advertisers, whose financial aid has helped us beyond measure: and to the Atlantic Press 'ind especially Mi'. J. R. Arther of that firm who guided us through the many problems of publication, Perhaps to more than 'anyone 'ire ve indebted to Mr. Ladd and the Faculty Sponsors. Mr. Ladd's initial approval was the "go-ahead" sign of the book and his patience throughout the year has made our work a pleasure. Appreciated very greatly is the work of Mrs. Wallace. Miss Keener. Miss L. Smith, Miss Skewes, and Miss Ogan, all of whom have given us much needed guidance. The person to whom we are most grateful. however, is Mrs. Boyes. Her tireless efforts and fine leadership can be appreciated only by us who have worked with her. Words cannot adequately express our thanks. YEARBOOK ADVISORS t It Il 1w 111 Illllllilgl 1p1x Mnx Skuxc 1112 H 11 cf1111LK Lef 1 f 5.11111 M Ogz . I 'z lg: 1' '- '-s 11ct111'QS3 Mrs. Noyes. 11631101111 Zl!1V1SUl'I Miss 11. S1111111 1. ' 1-111551 Mrs. VV: 1 uc . 1 12 sa Bob Foster Ed Sullix an and Fred Koxac aie mem beis of Quill and Scioll from Garfield PRESIDENT STAFF One of the more important organizations at Garfield ir the Prrsidcnt. the school newspaper. The paper was first published when Garfield was opened in 1926. and has leen printed continuously since that time. The President pledges itself to "unify and uphold school spirit. to support school enterprises. to foster clean sportsmanship. to pron.ote good scholarship." Published every two weeks during the school year. it is written entirely by students of Garfield with the help of their advisor. Miss Dorothy Frazier. Fred Kovac, President editor for the fall semester. was succeeded by Sports Editor Bob Foster in January. Ed Sullivan turned his job of feature editor over to Marilyn Walter, and Bob Negru and Harvey Kovac became co-sports editors in January. Back row B Foster D Move E Sullivan B Biggins Kovac second row M Neideit D Hruoik J Kirk Oliver M Lachok K Mahonew thnd row B Allen Haskins B Molohosky R Salvia H Peters Y Burk Atzenhoefex fourth low B Rodemoyer M Rowland Walter 'VI McArdee B Baker Miss Frazier Fred Kovac Bob Fostei editor Fred Koxac Iormer editor giadu ated Ed Sullivan fornei featuie editor giaduated QUILL AND SCROLL Three student members of the staff of "The Presi- dent." the school newspaper. are also members of "Quill ard Scroll." an internationil honorary society for high school journalists. The above mentioned society was founded in 1926 and has chapters in the United States. Hawaii, Alaska. Can- ada. England. New Zealand. and China, Today there are more than eighty lh0US8l'iG student members. In order to qualify for membership in the organiza- tion. candidates must have the following qualification: be at least juniors in high school, in the upper third of their class. superior in writing ability. and recommended by the advisor of the school publication. Back row B W1111ams G Deaton M Kern P Stewart M Hodges W Kapper A Harmato R Belge lx Fenton A Beatty J Grelblmg D Reeves S Grelb I1ng L Carr J Bablch T S1r111o R Beechy second row G Outland J Anglm J Shmgler D Martm A Long F MIBIZCF N Dletch M Barron J Inman J Burger J Huffman J Woody B Burk M Hawk thud row J Sprmg G Getler L Cork A Waters A Schoeffer G Sweenx E Kozy D Varner D Emery F Yob1 J Ballard S Hoover J Lautenschlagex D Ph1l11ps Mr J B Co111ns fourth row B Sala S Bean M Heaton N Decker C Heffleflnger P Case J Martm J Lontchar A H111 T Scrott1sh B Bret ex J Stoots S Pursley J Godwm Standmg June Shmgler l1brar1an Paul Stewart lobe custodlan Allan Harmata vlce presldent seated Mlke Hadgls treasurer Janlce Martln secretary Tom Sxrllo pres1dent Paulme 1VIcCarter robe custodlan A CAPPELLA CHOIR The Garfleld A Cappella Cholr adopted a const1tu tlon which lt has used through the years Its purpose IS to provlde tra1n1ng for those who are Interested IH choral work and to present Vafled types of muslcal programs to the school The group appeared before the Kxwanls Club the Summ1t County Federatlon of Womens Clubs the Akron Real Estate Board and the Akron Symphony Orchestra Womens AUXIIIHIN Asso c1at1on These performances gave the choxr the bene f1ts gamed through publlc appearances and also alded the choxr fund The members recelve the advanatffe of muslc study as a group as well as manv soc1a1 beneflts from worklng together In the years of 1945 and 1946 wlth the assxstance of Mr Alexander W11son and the orchestra the choxr gave sexeral performances of the muslcal comedy Ylppy Ky Ay It was the cholr orgamzatlon that first concelved the ldea of a Garfleld Memorlal Organ and 1ts efforts dld not relax unt1I the organ was lnstalled In 1947 The Holy C1ts was gxven to help ralse money for the Olgan fund At the Lenten season the cholr sang at the Flrst M6thOd1St Church In Mav the cholr planned a concert to be gn en 1n the school aud1tor1um with the accompanx ment of the organ The cholr elects 1ts own officers and holds IIS own SOCIHI affa1rs such as the Chrxstmas party and the Annual Sprlng Banquet It IS ably dlrected by Mr J B Colllns . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , , . . , . , . , . , . , . - , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . '. , . , . , . , . . - . . , . , . , , , . , . M, . , . , . Q , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . ' ' ' ,V . . Vu, , . , . , . , . - . . . . . . . A ,. X i . , . , - w ' 1 - . I . , . . . , . ' Q . Y . . v ' ,, Y . , . . . . . . Y . v . . . , V 1 . - , .. Q V . . . , . . . Y . . . . .- . 5 . . . , . , . . . T' 'ba Dorothy Geitgey secretar5: Doris Carter, president: A in Jakubisin. librarian: Joan LaPorte, treasurer. Back row M Gretler H Guoan D Geitchey I Traster B Prentiss V Gardner E Haitline C Cline J LaPort second rovi R Giacomo N Long K Reed C Bakos C Meier A Jakubisin M Alritz B Lee J Dick third row 'VIr Collins P Klaco D Cartel R Coleman W Bergdorf E Meitzer W OHara S Staf ford L Hawkins N Fianklin fourth row G Wiley M Chula C Koehn J Keegan J Gallimore L Logan J Henderson R Scheible P Chisholm GIRLS GLEE CLUB Coming from the portable any day during the fifth period the familiar strains of many favorite songs and ballads greet a large number of students and attest to the presence of a talented group at Garfield. This group is known as the Girls' Glee Club. Mr. J. B. Collins first organized a Glee Club in 1929 and he is the director of the sixty girls in the present group. The various activities of the Glee Club consist of singing for programs at school, combining with the girls from the A Cappella Choir to present the well-known Bach-Gounod "Ave Maria" at the Christmas season and meeting for social entertainment 'it various times throughout the year, The Glee Club is open to any girl in Garfield regard- less of grade. The only requirements for joining this organization are a desire to learn more about music and voice development and with the willingness to give up some leisure time to perform at public appearances, This group has its own officers and awards its own letters. Back row B Warren M Wasson J Robmson L yne G Bell Bell I Heard P Peterman Yarkoskx P Blttmger L Latson J Kallenbach Hefferman R Vargo P McCmtosh C Warder Ixoetta J Osredkar second row S Fast L Chapman S Stroup B Pame D Webber G Walker D Smlth M Tveedy F Bates D Reeves L Mmer J Wvtosxck R Vamca T Kulka B Mxck F Herbruck J Jones B Valent1ne thxrd row J Harper E DeBorde M Dodson K Bachman A Pagac H Stork P Glles B Humphrey L Juengel V Brown P Marchok E Relg hard A Demetrl R Chaffee J Baskett J Mxlllkan fourth row M SCHYECIC B Grubb B Duxburrv B Vhlson E Sebleck A H1ll S Greer J Outland S Turner L Johnson R Zastudxl E Menhorn R Hage meyer B Klansrk M Leatherxxood B Valentme M1s Carrothers Don Blauroch plesldent Maynard Leatherwood tleasurer Lucxlle Heard VICE presxdent JUNIOR CHOIR Organwed for the purpose of DI'OVldlIlg freshman students who are muslcallv talented an opportumty to smg together 1n a hxgh school choral group the Junlor Cho1r has become a strong llnk ln the cham of school orgamzatlons Th1S club attempts to develop and ad xance the muslcal lntelllgence of the members It also strxves to 1nst1ll 1n xts membels a smcere appreclatlon of choral mus1c The group takes part m school as semblxes and programs Th1s organxzatlon meets tvx 1ce a week to practlce and learn The requlrements for membershxp are he ab1l1ty to smg vw 1th a good tone the ab1l1ty to read mus1c and a true mterest ln smgmg It IS the duty of each mem ber of thls group to prepare hlmself for active partlcxpa tlon m the Garf1eld A Cappella Cho1r Sponsormg th1s club and d1rect1ng lt m xts actn 1t1es IS Mrs Ruth Carrothers mus1c mstructor . Y a , . ,.,, , A. , . . E. , . , . , . ,J. . , . , , , . , . , . . , . , . , . , . , , . . . 'A , . , . . . , . . . Y ,- , - , - , - , - , , . . . , . , . . . v ' v - v - - A ' r I Y . ' w , , , u 5 . . . . . , .y.. . Back roxx A Kartarrus G Henderson J Church second row J knlx G Champe B Sanders L Farkas R Harxxood C Warder H Young thrrd row J Haber kost E 1VIe1t7er D Orban E DAm1co W Ellenberger fourth roxx D Nrckles G LaGarda J Huth M Havxlxs R Scherble T Wolfe M1 Cole ORCIHESTRA The hrstorx of the or hestra at Garfreld dates back tc 1929 xx hen Mr J B Co111ns was head of the musrc de rartment In 1941 after '1 lapse of a fexx xears durrng x huh the orchestra hnlil been comparatrxelx rnaetrxe rt leadershrp xx ns assun ed b Mr Robert Cole Al tlough usuallx fexx rn number the members posse s nuxx plax xxrth the Akron Sxrrphonx Tre orchestra h'r plrxed for tommeneen ent ex ercrses the musrcal wmedx Yrppx Kx Ax the Arm rstru. Dax pre entrtron of On a 'Vote of Trlumph tm Year Book c 'rpel and on r anx other ouasrons The present orchestr x Lonsrsts of txx entx frxe or thntx members and his had 1 xerx sutcessful xear rn all rt programs The orchestra and the band planned a tom brned Sprrng Concert to be presented at Garfreld rn order to better acquarnt the parents and students xxrth the accomplrshments of these txxo musrcal organrzatrons p 7. ' . . . . . , . . . . U. , . . I . ' Q-v -C 1 . ' 1 - N v ' - - 'F 1 rg ' ' . , ' . . . ' Q 'N " .- ' . - . -. ' . . ' , V ' . ' v ' :s ' 17 ' 'a ' ' 1 y '. ' . - -, . , ' . . . QB. unusual musical ability and some of the former ones . . by v' - Q N, I 5.4 2 . .A .. 1 S 2-. . . . 1 I-, . Q . . ' , , .. ' . . . " , . - 'A ' .3 . 'V . S 2 ' - . A .' h" ' , ,. . - hc . Q. K, . . .. km . .. . J .Z . ' 1 , lv, ' V . ' . h. -- . 1 2 y 1' , .ry Z 1 ' ' S . . . , . ' - . v' Back row B Sanders A Kactaucrs D Moye J Krndlespacker D Lancaster J Church A Beatty G Xargo B Wrrght G Cormanw A Johnson P Leonardr W Koons G Horn B Capanna T Steele H Young second rom T Morrrs B Melmberg M Hodgrs R Och G Champe G Henderson B Sorrrck W Hoffman E Johnson K Cuppeth E Frle K Moye R Suder J Sal wards J Latona thrrd row S Donzellr C Cashlon P Beachy R Herbruck J Huth M Nerdert L OBr1en S Rombach B Kennedy W Ellenberger J Latona J Shmgler IN Oles M Suder C Clrne fourth row 'VIr Cole C Ellrs B Baltrrnrc H Klern J Horner B Out land F Mertzer N Mrller D Arnold D Baltrrnrc B Moyer M Hutnew M Hawk R Schelble R Suthuland C Hammer frfth ron P Knk E DAm1co E Kozy We now take pleasure rn pre entrng the Garfreld Hrgh School Marchrng Band rn 1ts half trme rex ae Thrs rntrodactron IS noxx famrlmr to Garfreldrtes as the begrnnrng of another Ollg nal per ormance bx the Gar freld band under the leadersmp of 'VII Robert Cole Thrs noxx vxrclelx acclalmed organrzatorn had lts be grnnrng rn 1926 1994 under the guldance of Mr Herbert I-lendrrcks The group rn rts rnfancw carrred off second place honors rn the state Class D band competrtron I 1928 the drrectorshrp of the band nas placed rn tre c pable hands of Mr J Benson Collrns He held tms posrtron untrl 1941 at whrch tune Mr Cole the present clrrector assumed leadershrp Bevrnnrng vxrth onlx txx enty one members the band noxx consrsts of srxtx tue BAND June Shmgler QSfl6t8lX treasurer Mrke Hadgrs Moxe xrce presxclent plaxrng members a number xxhlch places rt among the larget 111 the crtw Assrstlng M1 Cole are Vlr John Grrffrth as faculty adxrsor and Mrss Carol Aufrance cadet teacher from Akron Lnrx ersrtw Of great assrst ance rs tl'e Band Mother s Club xxhrch help members rr mam of therr projects The addltron of four new gcld b ss horns four gold barrtone horns and a complete set of sparkllng gold snare ard bass drums was among the major accomplrshments of thrs year At the end of football season the members of the band turn therr attentron ton ard greater profrcxency rn sx mphonrc band musrc The entrre organrzatron usuallv p rtrcrpates rn drstrrct and state band competrtron An annual concert 1n Aprrl at the Garfreld audrtorrum con cludes the concert season . , . ' . . I , . , . Y Y , . . . A , . ' , . , . ' L. ', . , . , . ' , . Q . . A x ' f ' . . ' ' v. ' ' V-M1-' J , . , . , . . . A - fa 1 , . l , . A ' y - . . - , . ' A, ' . . ' , .',. ' , . ' ' , . sa v, ' ', . -', ' . , . I , . . 4 1. g ' ': . " , . ' . ' , . . . . president: Gene Champe. student director: Donovan ll . ' . -. ' - 1 - ' 1 -' v- 1 - ' . 1 ' . Q . x . . - . . V' I.. . -- 5 ' ' A.. A 'M-' - .. . A . . . ' . l , v ..c Q. . B , A v T Av Q ' v ' . . I .I . u, ,- F Q AL I in V I . V v. bv- . Q . . . - 3 a . Q ,. Q . . . - , Q . , K M , ., U A , V . Q K . I C. . Y. 'Y . Q. . . . - S Titiex G LaC1a1da B Roder1'1owe1 lN Hochstem c11um111'11o1 E LI'ld6lXNOOCl D Ma1t111 I Bascne MAJORETTES Hele thex are' Those h1gh steppmg dlum magmette ot Akron Gaxfleld and the1r drum maJo1 Nao1111 Hoch stem At Garfleld the band d1l6CtO1 Mr RObGIt Cole has chosen nev. maJorettes each vea1 In the past they were selected for the11 dbl1ltY IH tvurhng and st1utt111g How exer Mr Cole and M1 Ladd haxe declded that the tu ll 1e1s ID the futuxe xxlll be taken from the membels of the band and thev must know hovx to plax a band 1'1st1ument as Well as how to handle a baton All the 11 aJo1ettes and color UL13ldS are appolnted bw M1 Cole but the Chun! ma1o1 IS elected bs the membels of the band m Oldel to be p1epa1ed f0l football season Togethe1 thex OI lgmate nevx txxnls struts IOUUIICS pn llllldb and dmces acco1d111g to the YDUQIC of M1 Coles cholce Thex do 1 CllffClCl'll. 1out111e 101 exeu gllllf? 111 Ulflel to xdd xalxetx to the half t1me ICXIQVK The txx11lc1s not onlx pelffllnl CIUIIDL, football e.1sc11 but thex also txx11l fo1 some of the home basketball games 111 the Xkllltel the band concert 1n the spxmg the c1x1c pamdes and the summer concerts dnected bs M1 Cole at the nelghborhood parks 111 Akron . K " .. b . ' . , . I v. ,. Y. ' . . bv I - ' - - ' . ' . 5 . , Q . . A . .I I , - . . , ,' 1 ' ' ' ' C, ' ' V' '. . These girls work extremely hard during the summer ' . . . . . . . . , . 1 Z . 5- 1 w w ' V x - -I 'S , ' , A Ov L ' . . ' ' - v QA. 2 ' 1 . Z ,. .' bv . - ' . .' .- .4 . 1 -'- .. . . .' , 2 F 1,-3 l 1 5- ' -' ,Q C ' S -' . .--'X ATHLETICS I1 1 sf 1 1 11 1 1 111 x 111 11 1111 111x111w 11111 111 1 11111 111s 111111011 s1111 11111111 111111111 1111111 111111 x11111e11111cx Q111 1112111 1111111151111 1111111s 11111111es 111111 5111111111 13011198 111 ex CIX 1111111 s111111Qx 1e S1L1C1L1W1K 1116 1111111111 1111 11111 x 1 11 11111111 '11111 1111 130111111 11 11111 C 31 19111 C11K111L1 Ex CIX 1111 111 mv 11111 Q11 1 fox 1 11 X 1 N 11 N 11- 11 19111 21111 1 11111 w 1 11s1 11111111 NX 111 1111111 11111 11 xx ll 1 111x 111 1 X 1 11 1 1111 111111111 11111 IC 1 1 11 1 "Wi 111 11. wc' '11 11111111111 y'1111f" '1'111s 1111 11511 1'11111'- 1iC1,"1ZxS 11111 s1111'11 111w111'11 1111111-1115 1111111 L11 fi'11'1'i11111. W '1 1111: 8131111 11 IS 1111 XVlP11f1L'1' 11111 Q9"1'11k 11 11' " " " 14011 1'!11 1 1 11 -1 1. . I V1 A, ,.. 1 1 I . f' ' , B. ' H. 5131111 w111C11 WC 1111111 1111111-1'1:11ie11. This S11i1'11 1'111wS 1111111 '1-'Q " .': 11 S 1. 1 1" -'1'1 '11 1" ' 1111 11 Q '1' '1 ,1 V1 S1 111 11111 '13 1' v.'11 10 131"'l',' 1111' Ca11'11e'1' 111111 w111.' 115 f'111c1'. 119 1. s1111.':11 1 S1 -'11 1 's '1 V1 111 11ig11 u.'1ce111 111' 61111 1111- -11 3 11 '1 1' 1 15 . ' t 11 1 '111 'Cx1',T1"'111'L111A' IID1' 1 1 . ' 1 ' ' 111111-11 111 111. Q"11'1'i11111 11:11. -rv ir 'Zavffv s... WW 1 x 1 Back row fRese1xesl E Piessman B Zeii Molohoskx captain B Pollack L Swlei second row aisitxj D Dugan un ci ci ain iouu Jones B Allen CHEERLEADERS Since the erection of Garfield High 'School in l926 there has been 1 need for someone to lead the student body in sores and cheers 'it 'ill of the sports events. Thus the group known as the cheer leaders came into being. Look back through the years from the time when Donoxan Moye was the cheerleader up to the present day when you find five enthusiastic girls dressed in white wool uniforms leading the students in cheers. Once a year. usually in the spring. a luncheon is held. to which former cheerleaders are invited. The graduating seniors are presented with bracelets en- graved with the names of the five varsity cheerleaders. On Recognition Day. the five varsity cheerleaders are gicvn their hard-earncd letters and if 'i championship has been won. they receive gold megaphoncs. ln order to become ' 'heerleader 'i candidate must practice with the presen cheerleaders and then try out before a group of judges representing the faculty Phe five girls with the most and the student body. points become varsity cheerleaders and the next five girls become reserve cheerleaders. Each team then votes on a captain. whose job it is to set times for practice during the summer vacation. She must see to it that the uniforms are cleaned. and perform countless other jobs. Back row B Brovxn W Bognar D Zlatkovxch Crawford R Mlller R Lasch T D1Donato D Grant V1 Klutchnlck P Schembex guess who""""" C BalaJ G Rowles R Compton K Davles E Trolke J Har wood R Baker manager second row D Herbruck R Hughes A Demetrl Reese manager R Burkholder B Marchese B Renner J Zlmmerman B Patterson E Kelso thlrd row J Csora S Ruskowsk1 B Rlce C Burkholder B Dlsque D Grant R Swartz R Murphy R Graham J Bond B Gregorsky L Balaj W Jones fourth row B Syler S Magyar T Larko B Rossler R Helbluck J Hopp C Scruggs S Glasgow B Smlth J Gandee J Woodrmg J Kallenbach T Coach Wmght FOOTBALL TEAM Garflelds two year relgn as Akron clty series foot ball champlon was broken durlng the 1947 season as Central moved 1nto the pos1t1on vacated by the Prexles However the season was much better than average The Maroon grldmen won f1Ve games lost three and tied one ln galnlng a place 1n the Clty playoffs Coach Earl Wrlghts men had been hlt by the loss of n1ne of the eleven f1rst strmgers on the team whlch had copped the cltv t1tle ln 1946 Bob Smlth tackle and end and Joe Gandee tackle were the returnmg vets Among the 24 players who recelved letters were 16 senlors Jerly Madlgan Fred Dlsque Blame Rosslter Tom Larko Bob Smlth Jack Hopp J1m Bucklew B111 Genda Joe Gandee Don Grant Kenny Davles Steve Rutkowskl Bob Murphey B111 Syler Russ Miller, and Sam Magyar The seasons end found Smxth and Syler with 18 pomts each tled for flrst place 1n xndxvldual scorlng In all ten players contrlbuted to the Prexxes total of 110 pomts for the season Garflelds opponents crossed the Maroon goal to tally 104 markers Smlth romped off vt 1th most of the honors glven the team He was plcked on the all c1ty teams of both the Akron Beacon Journal and Cleveland Plam Dealer and recelved honorable mentlon on the Internatlonal News Servlces all Ohxo eleven Coach Wright was assisted by Babe Flossle and George Popp : . 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Football Garfleld 7 Lmden McKinley 7 After spottxng Columbus McK1nley seven pomts ID the fxrst quarter the Pres1dents stormed back after the lntermlsslon to SCOIC the tymg pomts and gam a txe yy 1th the team yyh1ch had been Columbus c1ty champlons 1n 1946 B111 Syler lugged the ball oy er fo1 the touchdoyy 1 and Tonv Arnone plunged for the extra po1nt It yy as the Prexxes 22nd stralgn game yy 1thout defeat Garfield 7 Mlngo Junction 6 Mlngo Junctlon s Indlans nlled 1n for Warren yydlcw cancelled at the last mlnute and took 1t on the chm by a 7 6 count as the G men extended the1r unbeaten streak to 23 games The PIQXIGS ran w1ld ln the open mg mmutes of the Contest and scored 1n the flrst feyy m1nutes on a pass from J1m Bond t Jerry Rowles from lu yards out Tony Ar none bulled over fo1 the lmportant extra polnt Garfield 13 North 0 The Vlklngs erratic aerlal game proved to be the Pres1dents best weapon as thev hand ed North a 13 0 set back Don Grant gal loped 19 yards w1th a pllfered pass ln the fnst perlod and B111 Syler dashed 25 yards IU the th1rd quarter aftel 1nte1 ceptmg an overhead Sam Magvar added a poxnt over Grants touchdown from placement West 32 Garfleld 0 Garf1elds record breaklnff 24 game unbeaten strlng came to a dec1s1ve end when the speedy West Cowboys ran roughshod over the Mer1on grldders 32 0 Strange ly enough the Prexy w1n streak had started agamst these same Blsons wav back ln 1944 The Westerners led by Dlck and Ronnle Deloney and Thurston Walker were never headed as thev ran and passed the1r way to vlctory Garfleld 20, Kenmore 0 Com1ng back from the1r defeat at the hands of West the Maroon eleven slashed the1r way to a decxslve 20 0 yvm over the surprlsed Kenmore Cardlnals B111 Syler Homecoming Game Garfleld vs East 6 O November 1 1947 sparked the team although he falled to get 1nto the scormg column Jlm Bond Tony Arnone and B0b Murphey went across for the touchdowns and Sam Magyar kxcked tyyo extra pomts South 20 Garfneld 6 In the rene al of then annual rlvalry yylth South the Pres1dents came out on the yyrong end as the C3N3l161S rolled to a 20 6 yym Bob Smlth natched a pass from Tony Arnone for the only Garfelld touchdoyyn One of the yea1 s longet luns yxas made by Souths John Fold vyho raced 80 yards fox a thlrd peuod score Garfield 45 Buchtel 5 Oncc agaln the PICXIBS staged a comeback by trlmmmg the Buchtel Grlffs 45 6 and nearmg a post tlon 1n the c1ty serles plavoffs Seven play ers shared In the scor mg J1m Bond Bob Smlth Jlm Kallen Svler Tony Arnone X and J e r r y Rowles Arnone made one and Bond two extra pomts Garfleld 6 East 0 The G men earned s t 1 the Cl y exles plavoffs fox the thud stralght year as thev eked t a 6 0 yun over East Sam Magvn mtercepted one of Bull Webbs passes mldway ln the f1rst perlod and laced 46 VdldS for the onlv touch dovtn Ne1ther team showed any power as they battled to '1 standstlll throughout the rest of the game Central 33 Garfleld 6 Garf1elds hopes for a th1rd stralght champlonshlp were doused when the Central WlldC3tS smashed the Prexles 33 6 ln the seml fxnals of the c1ty serles plav offs The Cats were m good form as they earned a spot agalnst West 1n the fmals Art Bennett and Harold Fuller set a fast pace and scored earlv and often Jack Bond yyas the outstandmg performer for the Prexles vyho tallxed the1r only touchdoyyn on a 39 vard pass plav from Tony Arnone to Bob Smlth 1 I . 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Y . . , ' ' v y - Back 1ow D Knowles W Klutchmck R Edwards sk1 thlld row Coach Zunmerman F Duran B Horvath B Dunn R Heenan B Kavahck J Kauenbach S R Negray F K1a1ner J Oprea D Edwards M Gr1ff1th Jones second row L Faull P Sheeks C Sheffler D Wykoff G Rowles B Mulphy R Herbruck B Rustow fourth row A Colller B Arnott VARSITY The most successful season ID Garfleld basketball l11sto1x thats the recoxd lolled up bx the Pl8SldGlll mge quad of 1941 -48 CUiCll C011 ZllTtD18llTl3llN P1eX1es Knott 111 he1ff1t lIl,., K 0 lf 1 t o e 1 l'1 1 llllhldlllfl 8 utx seucs CllQllllCN 1n flne stxle 1 s 1 0 1 1xe1 1X1 g nt N10 p nnts Bob Hcnxith plated 111 fllle stxle 1 ound t1e tkbonds F1 111k Dt1111 te x sn1'1 'as cen1e1 , ULlUlldIl6LlXQ1CCl h1s outslzed opponents vt 1th hxs 1e11a1k b1e 1b1l1tN ldlllx KIWIIIQI was 1 good e1ce1 et 111, up plaxs lllfl C.0lTllllQ IlllOL,:,l1 111 thc p1nch John O1 ea aluaxs cool and collected chopped 111 long shot can mstentlx D1ck EC1NKdIdS pelfoxmed extellentlx as .1 sub BASKETBALL stltute bemg xe15 good on the fast bleak and the other SUbStltUt9S who pe1fo1n1ed 11tt1e but shoxxefl t food adx antage Date Wx koff Cha1les Sheff Cl C11 nle Dun11 Bob Mu1phe1 Gexald Roxxles B111 Km 1l1tk P1111 Sheeks t xx as the f11st tune stnte 29 that 1 G 1111-Qld tc 111 had tonped LlIldl91JU1CCl pos LSSIUII of the Ut txt ll 1 PICXIEK deadlocked West fun the tltlc llld 111 IPJ dl lCfl 1 t1e n1t'1 Noxth 111d Butntel Tle n1ghl1ght ot the KCI on undoubtedlx xx 1s llC f1acas between the P1e1ccnts and South xx ll 1 fo llld tl e Ga111e1d1tes o11 top b 1 .sb 34 llldlglll The Fumes t e1ebX gamed 1ex enge fo1 a 08 06 double ox e1t11 Q set b .ck at the hands of the C 1Xal1e1s 111 the 46 41 seast ll ' : . , . 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' .S ' - -- - L, ,SL D Basketball - Garfleld 89 Garfleld 45 Chester, W Va, 32 Ravenna 42 The PI'9S1Cl6Ul. cage quad opened 1ts season 1n mag lllflcelll stxle bw settlng a nexx cltx scoung l9C01Cl lt thumped Raxennas out cassed Raxens 8 ROHDIQ Negrax pouled 27 polnts through the hoop to lead the scorers xxh1le Bob Horvath na1led 17 and Frmk Klamer 13 The t111rd qua1te1 vxas the paxoff the Plemes pOL11lI'1g 38 lTlllkCIS thwugh the 11et Garfleld 40 Kent Roosevelt 26 RONMD NEGRAY Thc M 1roon clr1bble1s con Porn ard UllL1CCl 1n thelr xx mnmg xx uxs bx dumpmg Ke11t Roosevelt s Rough RlClClS -10 26 Ronme New IN md Bob I-1o1vath once dgllll set 1 fast p1ce Neffl IX ma1k1ng up 14 pomts xxhlle Ho1x 1th col lected 12 The th11d qualtex ploxed to be the Tedd1es doxxnfall Afte1 holchng Gdlfleld to 1 14 12 h1lft1 e lllillglll Kent xas behmd bx 28 16 at the th11d pe11od l9llT11Illl Garfleld 42 loram 33 Somexxhat off tolm thc Preildent ellecl o11 1 last At the f1n1sh of the th11d DEl1OCl the PIGXIQS xx e1c ahead bv 29 27 but thex scoxed 13 pomes Ill the lllldl qua1te1 xxh1le l1m1t1ng Loxam to SlX ROITUIQ Negt 1x xx IS once lgllll the leadnog sco1111,2 th1eat 101 G11f1eld pushmg lI1 Z0 pomts Garfneld 56 North 33 The MWIOOH basketeels opened c1tx 881165 plax lll LOIIXIIICIHQ stvle by brushlng off a good No1th qulntet 16 33 The Prexe1s IHCC horse stx le of plax pa1d off IH the last quaxter when the Mnoon forces tossed 1n 16 lJ0llllS xx hlle l1ITlll,1llg the V1lx111 1: to th1ee Neg1ay xx 1s lgllll h1gh SCUICI xxlth 19 lllllliQlS BOB HORVATH Guard Garfleld 69 New Philadelphia 41 Ten plaxem h1t the QLOI lllg column fox Galfleld as the G n1en scored at xv11l to IIOUDLS an outclassed lNexx Pn1ladelph1a foe N ,Jax once agaln xxas the blg 11o1se shoxmg 23 ITTHIKQIQ tllltlllgll the hope to push h1s season Q total to 99 polnts lll t1xe games Ho1x'1th ch1pped ln xxlth 15 111 1 battle of unbeaten tttans the West Xllglflldlfa came out on the Vx10I1g end ot a -to 32 count 111 an H1161 state clash The Panthels could not cope xx 1th the Pxexx tast lbledlx 1n the late stages ot the contest as the NIa1oon dr1bblers outscoxed Chester 1 1n the l t pexlod Ronme Negrav and D1ck Edxx ards shared hlgh po1nt llOllO19 xx1th 10 polnts each Garfleld 48 Kenmore 28 Klllllwleb Caldmals attempted to stall thc Pres1 dcnts h1gh gea1ec1 offense bx plaxmg .1 stalhng game but C,o1cl1 Co1l ZllTll'l1C1IlllllH qumt beat the Cuds 1t cn IX 1 I ne cr a 48 28 Wlll Len 61 F 111k Dux 111 xxas 1 ball ot ine 1s he tosscd lll lb 170111 s cc 1 blllllillllg f unc 11ound thc backboncs Bob llo1x1th xxas C1GClllQ,Ll xx1tl1 12 po1nts Gcrfnelcl 53 Buchtel 42 cc L, 111 t a the l1te spult xxhlch xxo11 or G illl8lCl lS the PICXIGS dashed to the11 elghth successne Vklll Ahead by only 34 32 the end of the t11c QUAIIGI the Mnoon squad p1clxed up speed 1nd put and the G11ffs NCgldN s 18 111 11ke1s xx as god enough lOl l11gh polnt hOllUlS I-lo1xath got 12 1nd Flank Kla1nc1 10 Garfueld 36 South 34 G11t1eld DdIllSdl1S xx1ll be t1lk1ng about th1s .game for manx xeaxs to come The gnne xxas nlp lllll tuck all the xx av xv th Bob Ho1xath s lump shot neu the end of the contest IJIUXlCllllg the "7' UV llldlglll x 1cto1x The FRANK KLAINER Xdllelb xxho h1cl a lllltl l1l,ll1t 1dxantag,c x e1e plessed tlnoughout he 111110 bx the Ga1t1eld f1st b1eak xxhlch oxexcame 1 t1xc Dljllll det1c1t lll the t1111l mlnutes to e1ne1ge x1c IUIIULIK Holxaths lo po111ts xx 19 h1 h fo1 the con est Garfleld 57 Hower 35 Somexxh It ott to1111 1n tl1e 1eate1 pa1t ot the game the Nlnoon 11d Gold flxe depended upon 1 26 P01111 outbxnst lll the second qu 11te1 to CHIIN the111 to a 51 3:1 conquest ot Hoxxe1 Negmx h1t xxlth 1 ,,lQ1l ClCgl66 of accux ICN to '1ccou11t fOI Z0 11111lxe1s , , . . - E , , ' . --. . 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' 2 ' 5' Ls - 1 V A I V L I I A A Q ,. -L Q , , La " ' L ' d1s- I TL- ' , eg Z . . , ,' ,'. . . .. . t . .1 gg V, . Zi. - , , v . '. , .. E v, .B ' 5 , .- is, .' . .. '. " ' 5. VZ, , , t h I ' l K Q S I . V , . , . 1 e- , o vt N- . ' 1 k ' B V i . , Q . 2 V . i I i . 1 ,- V ' ' f at 1 z ' a " z - ' .X 1' 4 x . 1 -J ' x 1 - , - 1 -by . I "- ' ' " , W . ,K - 1, ' v ,l i .cbv ' ,' 2 U v L . l I 'I I. . . , -2 l- C , l L . V Q.. Basketball - Garfield 65, East 44 Undaunted by the crackerbox dimensions of East high gym. Garfield dumped the Orientals, 65-4-1. Negray hit from all angles to account for 25 points as the team racked up its eleventh win without defeat, Garfield 69, St. Vincent's 58 Then defenslxe game off fllllll the Plexles xxele glxen a scare but Clllelgefl xxltll 1 69 H8 X1ClOlX OXCI the Flghtlng Irlsh of St Vll1C6Y1tQ Neglay xx as once agaln on a rampage as he parted the nets for 23 points Frank Klalnel added 6 markels to Spalk the Ma 10011 offense Garfield 59 Central 42 Sparked by then llttle centel Frank Duran vx ho 1JOL116Cl 20 points thlough the hoop and perfolmed llke a vt orkhorse around the backboard the PFGXIBS gal loped to vt ln No 13 ID then unbeaten stllng Thirteen plat ers savt a c t 10 n f01 Coach Corl Zlmmelmans COll1lJ1l19 as the Wlldcats faded befole the Maroon onslaught FRANK DURAN Ct ntcr Garfield 58 Cuyahoga Falls 48 Once agaln lt was a last quflltel lush which Callled the Prexx dllbblers to a :J8 48 VlClO1X OVEI a Cuxahoga Falls flwe The SC019 at the end of the tlllld qualtel nas onlx 40 39 ln faxol of the Plesldents but Bob Holxath and Ronnie Neglax led the G men lll a closlng lush to put the game on ICG Holxath accounted fO1 16 points Negraw 13 and Flank DLIIHI1 lo Garfield 59 West 44 The PIGXIEQ rolled to then flfteellth stlaleht Vklll and the nnale of the undefeated l0g,lll"tl season b fllSl minute of plak lk the Plexx speed and teamuolk pald off to enable the G men to Lllll ne then f t CUSIJUIGCI Cltl 991169 tltle smce 1929 Ronnie XQU1 lx s 22 DOIUTQ Eme llllll 260 l1dlkC1 fill the season anc the Ll N and dlstllct NLOIIII 1 les ohll Oplcl lJliNlllU llc flllebl. game ot the QQWNOI md Bob Holx lth eltl 'hlexx 111 12 lll3lk6lN 9... CITY CHAMPS JOHN OPREA Guard Garfueld 47 DICK EDWARDS Medina 24 Guard The first seeded PFCXICS although playlng ragged ball newer were headed as they dumped tlny Medlna 41 24 Somewhat off form ln the point maklng depart ment the Plesldents never theless held quarter ad xantages of 9 0 23 9 and 4119 ln the romp Nlne pl X915 broke lnto the scor lng column fol the PFGXIGS who H616 led bw Ronnle Neglaw and Frank Klalner elch Xhlth ten lll3Ik61S Wadsworth 55 Garfield 48 A fighting Wldsn olth team handed the mlghtw G men then fnst and onlx defeat of the campaign as thex handed Calfleld a D5 48 setback ln the seml finals of the NEO l0UIl1 llnent lt Goodsefll gXY11 therebw endlng the PIEQlCl6lllS season on a SOUI note Wadsvtorths tllckl centel Los ll Blshop dumped lll 21 points 'ls hlsl mates pulled the blgffest upset of the l.OUlllCX The Gal field llds 'tele LOl1SlClC1llJlX off fO1l11 ln the contest and xxele unlble to llll the lJlNlxel The G1lZZl1C cool and collected u nd Lexl Mills kept llls l9'1l'lllll'll6S to ffetllel s ll ex llllf d the lead calls lll the second Qlldllel and pulled lu 1X lltllll the H116 but lnacculate Plexles alfleld lllllx Kl1ll1Cl the lnlx lVlilOIl plax able to find the hoop and he collected lo points DLIIBXI and Ne lax each got 11 - , Q . V' Z -f v' x. V . ' - 1 I I 1 ' I - I , Y . , ' v v . . ' I l 9 - , - 1 ' ' - ' .. Q 4 K 1 - I - .Q . . l - Y - ' , . - ' 1 .Q V ' - , I " ' 1 L , . ' I .V I - . .. . L, 5' rc ' ' ,- ' 1 ' - x ' - ' t. -. 'h .' . Z 1 E, K . '. . I, ' . . ' . y C W S ' in . L' S' , . , L. . . Y . thumping West. 59-44. The Cowboys led only ill the l 'l I l' 'Q ' 'S ' . . . . Y W q Y V 4 I v Q g ,., .' .' ' .'. '- C. . . ' . . . 4 . . Q Q X, . . A. ,Z -. . ,. A ' ' 'Z 1 ' ' WF UU- 2 ' ' z ' 21" . " ' s' - S .' A. J .' L ' , I ' A' tv Y..-5, K . g z , . . ' p.. . 'J K K - 'hx - ' A- V- 1.5 . 5 , 'llfll f ' 3' '- ' - - . '.' -I V. , 4 I ' 'l ' ' :rf l ' -. - . if 5. lx . , 2 11 , . J ' 1, A gm A 1 g I m K ' A et . K , 4 i G ' S F 'z ' . ' '.'.':lS 1 t' 1 Q ' jel- ,., ..z "2 z-tn' ' c .. ' l , . Q Q ,ff Cx! Gartlelds oxe11ll s 1son cold ot 16 vxms 111 l stuts xxas the best exel m1de bx 1 Pxexx basketball squad The Maxoon b1sketee1s DOLlICd Il tot1l of 940 pomts ents Thus G11t1eld xxon bx Ill ax llgC score of no 38 xx h1Lh 15 excellent IU xlexx of the tough UDDOQIUOII of texed bx Aklijll teams CCIl31I1lN th1s learn xx 1s o11e of the best exe1 tuxnecl out lll the Rubbex C,1tx one xxh1eh xx1ll go doxxn on the 18 of g1e1t mms I lS elclom th 1t 1 basket squ rl xvmeh sports such 'llTl'lZlll '111 '11'k 's seen 111 h1gh smool elreles A lot of nicht fm th1s outst1ncl111g season 111ust go to Coach Co1l Z11nme1man and h1s 1ss1st1nt John G11f 11th Thex tutolecl the Puxx qu111tet to IIS spot 1n1ong the st'1tes elltc clesp1te the Int th 11 the G men xxele upset III tUUlllllTlCY'lt lJllX Tle boxs on the SQl1lCl mn xxell be proud ot he llllC shoxxm' thu made cluung the p 1st season These Joxs Ronme lNeg11x Loy l-Io1x 1th Flnilllx Kl1111e1 lllk Du1111 John O1J1e1 llld Bob lNILllDhQX xxlll e 1e1ne11be1cd xlfblllld C llllLlflK h'1lloxxLcl halls to1 m illj ' '11's to eo . -r 1' 9' . 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PU1.U.L,nS.. wel to I V H ' M 11'11 111111 C 521 111 21 1111211 .110C1 1111 M11 19 1 1 ' re T1 1 1- I F- E 1 .1 11 1 h- 1-- 1 A .1 111 11111'111-1111111- 111 1116 11131111-1 1 V j 1-mg, V7 wr 'rn Back roxx Co.aeh D1enoft D Caaxex D Shmglea CROSS CQUNTRY TEAM P Luek J Weaxren J Opzea L Fra7ae1 H Beeam XX en L Lot seeond aoxx zner P en E 1 e s aams -Amo oao O Ja SWIMMING TEAM Hanchcapped bx the laek of experaenced pea foa meas Cfarfaelds 19-la 48 sxxam tefam famshed xxell doxxn m the fmal standmgs of the Caaeoatea Akron Sxxammmg League Membeas of the leafue m ddCl1t10I'l to C aaileld xx eae XXest Hoxxea Cuxthoga Falls St Xmeents St Mwax s Buehtel East I aalaeaton and South Falls St Xmeents Buehtel fmashed ln a thaee xxa e p I S xalcs s e x a Co ' Dua Pteafex s tanlxeas x aa ls e faeestxle aaees aecountec foa U8 ponats duaang nse of the season ta aa as one o the eatx s le aca seoxeas Sax boxs aeeelxed letteas at the Close of the se.ason Salx aads Jaek Walson .Iam MeQu1lken Baooks Oaatland Tom Duakm and Ceoxge X a1g,o XN1lSOI'l xxho xx as the eapt'a1n of the team as the onlx box lost thxough ga adud tlon Oae of the teams baggest .aecomplashments of the season xxas holdmg a 'ood St Maxx s squad to .1 33 33 te In 2iClCl1I1OIl the Pxexx maameas taammed Bfnbea 1 st 0 fox xxmnex oxea Hoxxea Caoss eountax honoas xxele not too abundant at C aa d duaang the 194 sea rn as e l'liIIlQIN fiom Noath East an off xxath mos o lauaels North edged E st ffl the eatx ehdmpaonshap 35 36 Foloxxang them xxeae South Wa a c f anc Iuehtel x UQ East s Iohnnx Hollom an xx as the ellx s leeadang Fllllllil hut he xx as pushed an exeax naeet lax Johnnx OIJII C aala ll Holloman xx on the eatx meet an the xexx good tame of ten mmutes 8 seeonds xxhaeh shoxxs that e as shed xeax faad x o xxis elose seeon l Sexexfal othea membeas ot Coeaeh Phal DIGIIUII s team peafoamed xx ell Ineluded :among them xxexe J'aek XX nxen Don Shmgler Bob Luck Don Craxer Hexbext Beam John Opaea and Ifaelx Masner Gdrflelds home course xxfas routed through Fnestone Peaak xxhale most of the meets xxeae held fat the eatx oxned Holt eotnse Good Paxlx 3 ek axxo D 'Nllxles J lXlLQLllllx9Il R Compton Durkm J W1l9Ol1 I ant aox Coac P ea ea X 'aago J Robmson G X algo J Salxards N Deateh at ? GULF TEAM C fl Dxenoii Kduox Demetll Opxea Lenox We 1.111 L Il 18101 S eeks BOXING CHAMPS Sf-ufmz xmwi U. Srmth CS. Scxilsils J. Q zulu FLVSX 1'fr.'.': C. Kfwsteluiul-1 J. H1-no U. Bunzu Cf. Smith Drmzelli FROSH BASKETBALL TEAM umci 1 S N011 Lukh mc nm C1 1 I S ran 'one' W " C' . 'n V J. . " J. ' z J. . , . B, st" D. 3 Cz: ' P. Ti 'g Sc' 'owi L'11i1l'11 DiUI14rff H. H190 .I..'11j.-' IJ. Ii " nlicl' .I Mil" 111 J. 'I'z1ylU1' II. .A.I1!l'L'.Kb .-X. H1I11llK'2ilT I"11'fI lu v, ' il. Hwluf IB. f'I41HQ'f' IJ Ixwzls .-X. lk- HL'U'1 3. .1:1x- iw' HCTIVIT Cwg B LU 2. o NGC-5 QQ Qpxwxi ? 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Flrestone Pork Dry Cleaners And Furrlers Complrments of PA 311-1 Know Your Cleanu PA -1316 L Y N T H E A T R E N1 W XX HICKEL 1 9 S Nleur St Alston Ohm 473 E Cztzju zdr Ddzz c ry Sen zte i LIN U 1 t 'XX ate1l 111 Road P 9 51 AL CRo ol cout W4' BI57' BY 7257! 7257 111 1 IDEAL CLEANERS 148 South M1111 Stlcct MONESKY BROS SERVICE STATION CAR PEPAIRS ACE 111 Speed Cn 1 -X tex 8 Palm THE ENRIGHT LUMBER COMPANY 0011113111111 nts D A SPECIALTY SHOP 308 South Stleet 11 ff a success 1 Ill ze 1 z b U 111 sem MODEL STORE SAM KATTOLF Pxop 8 N Fuestone Blxd Co111plz111111ts J' FRANKS SHOE STORE 1461 Astex Axe VIEA FHER PII D SHOES F1 Incl bu X Rau C,OI7l1Jl'LIIlt7llS VORIS HOME AND SCHOOL LEAGUE CLAYTON S JEWELRY 11031 S Mam St C PADUATION GIFTS VI A FC HBS -UND DIAMOINDS rt Il atclz Rcpalrz 111 s BLUE TRI CSENIOR Y TEEINJ BIRD S SERVICE STORE TEST OF FOLNTAINS Il 4 llOIIll on 4-lv South Mun Stxut PA 0048 Cc 1 l1Jll7IlL7IlS SOUTHERN THEATRE DMI SHATRICH A st Mgt Hawks Appllance Sales and Servlce 1 69 S Mam Stleet Washers Radios Sutcptrs and All Small Applzanus Rrpatrtd COl7I1JlZllt7llS SALLY S BEAUTY SHOP 360 Reed Axe OHIO PLUMBING AND HARDWARE CO 900 E South St at GIHITL St Phone JE 0423 Compllments Complrments of SOUTH AKRON HARDWARE S S KRESGE Co 1097 South Mam Street 1101 S Ham SI I D ... , .. , Y J,-- 7 , 1 1 RS. 1 . . 1'-1 - ..1'- . 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X . compliments Of Metzger Photo Supply Co. 1090 S IVISIII Street Compliments from Bob Coughenour Motor Sales USED CARS 1011 S Arhngton St PR 2014 SHOP AND SAVE AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE The H H Patterson Co 146.3 60 70 Aster Axe Ftresfone Park SHELL ARLINGTON AUTO SERVICE 807 S Arl1ng,ton St PR 1628 Compltrnents South Akron YMCA FIFCSLOIIG Park Steve s Sanitary Confectionery Meet your frzends at our jountazn and enjoy delzczous refreshments STEVE VASILIOU Prop 583 N Flrestone Bhd PA 0044 Res Phone PA 6171 Shop HE 3619 Boden Radio Service Guaranteed Service On All Makes 252 E South Street E P BODEN AKRON OHIO Arnotts Pharmacy Maker of PIKRATINE for Burns Sunburn Cor Wllbeth Road and S Mam St DUO ART BEAUTY SHOP Where Beauty Blooms 362 S Mam St At Exchange opp Best Furmture JE 0024 Arlington Feed Company 609 S Arhrmgton St Qnalzty Feeds Chtcks Equtpment Hay Straw Harduave Fertzlzzer Paznt Seeds Lzme PR 2114 Cornplzrnents Frank Sport Shop 1050 S Mam Stleet D A L E S QuAu1Y Jswsusns S dee 1 16 DIANIOINDS XX ATCHES JEXK ELRH 211 S 'Xlam Street TELLIINCS ICE CREAM SCHOOL SUPPLIES XIAGAZIINES Wa Uuconzc You 41 Walker Bros Aster Axe Akron Ohlo Conzpz 1 Borles Bowland LLLANLINLSS IS OLR POLICX 1009 S Mem Street , O O C , . 4.4 . 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V, , , -T E ' Schermesser Funeral Home FINEST INVALID CAR SERVICE A Quiet, homelike atmosphere The modern ancl complete facrlrtses of thrs beautllul home available at no extra cost V 1446 South Mann Street Tel PArkway 5818 1 'ff' ,sf 0,,f" we 3 32116 1 z 455 K' 3? 9 X K '35 Q7 fig 31553335618 if A age r if 122258 I lf Show Tonite ht 9 XX hcn xou next take your one and only to the show put on 1 lrrtle show soursclf chum Show her how good wou look IH a hindsome Arrow Shlrr and a neat loolxmg, Arrow Tre M lrch mg Arrow Handlxarchlcfs come ln school colors Shirts from S3 75 ITILS from S1 Handkcrchlcfs from 3553 Drop In and see us for Arrow Shnrts and Tues' Compllmcnts of GARFIELD P T A ATQQUIIQS the Thnd Wednesdav ot the Month IN CARFIELD AUDITORIUM C 71 plzr nuts LACHOK HARDWARE C mplzme nts of THE LUCKY STORE STADIUM FOOD MARKET 304 Reed Axe Fnestone Park 1311 Broun Street PA 003-1 PA 4664 Complzments of Ecl Geese Service Station Glover Home 8. 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