Garfield High School - Rampage Yearbook (Akron, OH)

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TI-IE 1949 PREXY PGRTRAITS was published tor the Student Body of Gartield l-ligh School by the Yearbook Staff under the direction of Ereda Hunter and Paul Sheelcs, Editors - in - Chief, with Michael l-ladgis, loe Lilqevich and Della Stroup as Advertising Managers, Marilyn Laird as Art Editor, Martha Suder as Photographic Manager, Gilbert l-lenderson and Richard Wolf as Photo- graphic Editors, leanette l-lolrnes as Busi- ness Manager. Loudell Boyes, General Eaculty Advisor. 7 1. ADMINISTRATICN FACULTY 11. CLASSES Tcmucfry 1949 Iune 1949 Icmucrry 1950 Iuniors Sophomores Freshmen 111. CRGANIZATTONS IV. FEATURES V. SPORTS VI. ADVERTISTNG M.-.....,. xxx - f . I . K X 1 A f' f . , 45? "V :W W :I 2156, Q M 47 'E' W W Wi' 2,f'ff'U3!i' f ffNf , f 4 H Mai? H3 in ,, .j?fyl5:f'1j!sx5 yfmww 4 sj'W' ' N WW +v04"M'2 I Mx, - 1 N 1 ., ,4 W gj ,, ' E42 M 314 fff. M1 'V f, fl fi? Q! f A fl -' ff V' - 'ff I 'Xu' ff WORKING ON THE SCHEDULE MR. A. D. LADD PRINCIPAL ,K H ,iff - "'+-N-mfg DETENTION MRS. ADELINE BROWN ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL MR. GEORGE KIDDER ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL COUNSELING A av MISS SKEWES ADVISES ROBERT BROWN MR. LEROY DIETZ COUNSELOR MISS MARJORIE SKEWES COUNSELOR COUNSELING Thelma Allen A.B., Mount Union Psychology, History Bowling Club William E. Anderson 1 wma H. -. 1-'1-v:i'ff-'2:'r1IzI:.'E:.II1"1'i',aIf2' . . F "I'i3'f!- :?' .,l.f.., ,W -V - ,gf 'nie-1 221 -. .Sims A f ' .aw wow 5 R 'V ,Q 1 A.B. , Westminster College I I WBehind the Wheeln Driving ,Ik Grace I. Batcheler Akron U Commercial, Machine- Operation, Typing David F. Bistline Bowling Green Mechanical Drawing Jr. Rifle Club Charles E. Brewbaker A.B., McKendree College U. of I., Akron U. Mathematics Rifle Club Ruth Carrothers B.S. in Ed., K.S.U. Music Jr. Choir, Intermediate Choir , .: t ,Ea?,j,. 1 6 .., .Ki :5 . .,,K .,e f Q . 1 .yi B g. '1"kQs. ,r H 'D 2,52 M 1 , my Q-sb , 1, ' 1-- I ,. up 'Il n Aa fl .1-35 my , ,,,,n..,t as AIN Ruth Amrine . . O. . . English, Sociology Gladys Arbogast B.E. , Akron U. English Julia Benson A.B., A.B. in Ed. Akron U History, Civics Jr. Y-Teen, ServiceCommittee Loudell Boyes A.B., B.E., Akron U. M.A., Western Reserve History, Yearbook, Cheerleader 12 A. Class Sponsor Sarah C. Caldwell B.S. in Ed. Biology President of N.E.A. Dept. of C.R.T. Fern Carter Bradley Polytechnic I Home Economics S9 nst L x N i P 1 , Earl L. Caves Stout General Shop Robert B. Cole lhSM.,MUmxM Instrumental Music Band, Orchestra Lucille M. Davison B.E., Akron U Home Economics John J. Eshack A.B., Heidelberg History, Con. Ee. 12A Class Sponsor Dorothy Frazier B.A., Lake Erie College English, Journalism President Dorothy Holmes Glover B.E., Akron U. Arts and Crafts 'kk ,-or .-H 446' 'ik .if?Hf' 'S' AY it at fe air f If '-f i Merle A. Clark B.S. in Ed., Akron U. Printing J. Benson Collins D.M., College of Music Cincinnati, Ohio Vocal Music Sym. Choir, All Girls-Choir Philip Dienoff B.E., Akron U. Physical Ed. Basketball, Golf Coach Anna Mae Flint B.S., Akron U. Shorthand, Office Practice Nat. Honor Soc., Yearbook, 12B Class Sponsor Finley Fullerton D.S. of E., Kent, Akron U. Business Training John Griffith D.E., M.E., Akron U. Mathematics Basketball, Hi-Y, Band Virginia Himebaugh B.A., Akron U. B.S., M.A., Library Sci., Western Reserve Librarian Nora R. Huston B.S. in Ed., Akron U. Mathematics Mildred C. Ogan B.S., M.A. Photography, Biology Yearbook Juliette Rita Parenti B.A., B.E., M.A., Akron U. Royal University ofFlorence, Italy Spanish Pan-American League, Jr. Honor Society Bertha Pennington B.S., Bradley Inst. Home Economics W. F. Pfeifer K.S.U. Biology Swimming Team, Visual Ed. rib I ... X A sf' Katherine Lee Hoover B.S., Iowa State College Clothing Nadine M. Jennings A.B., O.S.U. Mathematics M. Ormeroid Amer. College, Chicago Health, Physical Ed. Athletic Eligibility Eugenie Paveloi B.S. in Ed., Akron U. Commercial, Spanish Pan-American League Athletic Committee Miriam Pennington B.A., M.A., Akron U. English , Elizabeth Pleasants B.A., U.S.C. English Florence Porter B.E., A.B., Akron U English School Treasurer E. Pearl Ramsey A.B., Hiram College M.A., Wisconsin U. Latin and English Latin Club J. M. Shaffer B.E., Akron U. Mechanical Drawing Lula H. Smith B.A., M.A., Akron U. Am. Lit., World Lit. Word Study Nat. Honor Soc., Yearbook 12B Class Sponsor Bettie M. Steineck A.B., Western Reserve B.E., Akron U. Biology Adelaide F. Thurston M-A-,.Lllegheny-College English 1 ' m so "" af '+9"'X3' 3 - J -EE : i sa... - :: , 'M : V 57 V 'iff' A rg 1 gf glggfw K ug , ...2 553' fm 3 t?g"wiE :ta-. . ' JQQQ- bbw, va-0? 'A' ,fi 5 1. ' uH!e?3' 5 I ligggggwgggigg ff 4-ffrf 1 ff! E 5 , V W.,-... . f r.. .. H. ,, 4 I ,,...pwv ...if , r 'A iff . -vw Paul R. Pugh B.S. in Chem. Eng., 0.N.U. M.S., Akron U. Chemistry sci. Club of Amer., 12A Class Sponsor Mary B. Reed A.B., Ohio Wesleyan M.A., N.Y.U. Business Eng., Commercial A.E.A. Rep., Community Fund Drive Jessie G. Smith B.S., B.E., Akron U. English Arlene M. Spahr B.S., Akron U. Physical Ed. Earnest S. Swanson B.S. in Ed., K.S.U. Physics, Chemistry Service Fund 12B Class Sponsor Robert E. Vernon B.A., M.A., AkronU History Future Teachers of Amer. W. L. Waggoner A.B., Akron U., M.A., Columbia U. Speech Hi-Y, Debate Coach 12B Class Sponsor Florence Werner B.A., Ohio Wesleyan U. La Sorbonne, Paris France McGill U., Montreal, Can. Jr. Red Cross Verena L. White B..s. in Ed., 0.U. M.A., 0.S.U. History, Government I Jr. Red Cross, ServiceFund 12B Class Sponsor Earl 0. Wright B.E., Akron U., M.A., Ohio State Football, Baseball, Civics Caroline B. Kemple A.B., Trinity College Washington, D.C., M.A., Akron U. Mathematics . ,va ix mmszfsgssiifggtmterf G if 5 A MWF: 'f 2 ? 2 4... M V .A...m, JW f- ., Q JT' 21. an p, if , A 'Wi 1. H. Wessel .5 rr, L 4 X dw! :ge 'kk aff, lf.-V. PICTURES NOT SUBMITTED Verna Wallace Cincinnati U., Ohio State Bookkeeping Jr. Red Cross, Yearbook B.A., Baldwin Wallace Business Training Alexander Wilson B.AJ, Mont. U. Business Law, English Thespians, Mask and Wig Radio and Television Workshop Corl J. Zimmerman B.S., Mount Union College Mathematics, Civics, Fac. Mgr. Boys G. Club, Natl. Sec. Scholastic and Athletic Scholarship Soc. Helen F. Poe Harmond Summer School Physical Ed. Intramural Sports E knit Semen? The high school course in sewing teaches the student not only how tosew, but how to select garmentsof'good tast also the learning of cooperation and working with others in the sharing of equipment. The object of General Shop in an academic high school is to teach a boy a few hand skills and also give him a better understanding of some of the trades. 4264147 During the school year '48 and '49 Foods classes were offered to the 9th grade girls taking the general, indus- trial and commercial courses. The girls are taught the fundamental principles of foods and food preparation. 33 K1 gr Wlecimzdcczf Ummm? The two major purposes of mechani- cal drawing are to convey ideas through drawings to other persons and to read or interpret from a drawing all the de- tails necessary to complete a project already designed. 92,7 . . The printing course teaches the fundamentals of the printing trade, gives training and practice in manual dexterity and desirable work habits which will be applicable in any vo- cation. ,.,aH1lf Uffdce' 77mozf6oe In the office practice class, students become acquaintedwithof- fice routine. They learn tofile, to use calculating and duplicating ma- chines, and tooperate the Ediphone. They spend part of their time doing duplicating and typing work for the faculty and school clubs. WM? In typewriting, Students are taught tOS9tlH3bUSiD6SS lettersin various popular stylesg to do tabu- lation, manuscripts, andlegal forms. Drills and tests are used in skill development and to attain maximum typing power. 1415 The purpose of art is to develop skill in self expression leading to many specialized fields for lifetime vocations, such as industrial or com- mercial design, painting, sculpture or crafts. Art is an excellent leisure time activity, an outlet for tensions, and it contributes greatly to character Zadqg' The physical fitness classes are basedonattendancetwoperiods a weekwitha stepped-upprogramof basic exercises, climbing and run- ning, ranger drills, boxing, wrestling and weight exercises. These classes in the past have been open only to seniors. A real thrill awaits a student in 'learning by doing' in chemistry laboratory experi- mentation. WW' The objectives of Physical Education are the development of general bodily vigor, grace, motor skills and coordination. The student receives training for good citizenship thru team games and group work. S The purpose of the general music class is to provide an opportunity for the increased knowledge, enjoyment, and ap- preciation of beautiful musicg and its pertinence to the pro- motion and understanding of the culture and achievements ofthe people of all nations. 5? as gf :,,..-5 Left to Right: Joe Pisa, Landis Major, Martha Martin, Claude Bayers, Lee McClellan Secfzetczzca Lucille McNeil Betty Simmons Qfezfefzda Left to Right: Nancy Hanna, Helen Freeman, Fern Wycoff E Y P i I A 4 x i 4 4: F' Wu div 4 1 ff J Z if " W. 6544464 , Q- '3 wk 3 Wx4'IQV ff' 'fi53'z'. '5' f . SJ' g-HM ' 4 493,19 X E f . ,, 3 94 11 rl WQWKX QA" y '!'g Q! llvn W ' 'f 'wil ffffdb .QWWJJ ' YN' Wm lin "5f45z,f 'ff , 7 7 'V ' I' f ir, H. A1 4' 41 5 , 1: I ' Af ' 'I' "'! X , - 'Wei 4.!7f o if M' ' f' yr Q f 1 f-.1 ' KSU, -W-I -. L Y Q! I g FY7S SECRETARY ,gif Q, PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT dia TREASURER Ernst Troike 'Ernien James Harwood nBig Jim' Ambition: Very little Ambition: To be a rubber Hobby: Sports chemist X Favorite Saying: Hobby: Football 2 nThat's life' Favorite Saying: Prophecy: Ernst has just nHey, hose nosen purchased another winter Prophecy! Jim is still an -:ut 2 resort, making this one ensign in the Navy fafter his tenth. ten yearsl at Annapolis. Joanne Caillet 'Jacy' Ambition: To bea secretary Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: 'Oh joy' Prophecy: Joanne is very happy as private secretary toa,large department store magnate. January '49 CLASS OFFICERS MOTTO 'When contentment enters, progress ceases.' CLASS COLORS Coral and White CLASS FLOWER Patricia Hembury nPatN Ambition: To becomea.nurse Hobby: Miniature dog collection Favorite Saying: NHey nown Prophecy: Pat is sending all the male patients to emergencywithhearttrouble As Superintendent ofNurses at City Hospital, however, she isdoing a grand job. White Rose CLASS SPONSORS Mrs. Loudell Boyes Miss Virginia Himebaugh Mr. John Eshack Lovell Arnold nLovell 52W Ambition: To play drums Hobby: Listeningto records Favorite Saying: UNO ioken Prophecy: Lovell is now in the sporting goods business after making asmall fortune playing the drums in a big name band. Rosemary Bancheek HRosieW Ambition: To be a teacher Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: WOh,IseeH Prophecy: Rosemary is now teaching sixth grade at FirestoneParkGrade School. Victor Bartoletta WVicW Ambition: To travel Hobby: Collectingodd.coins Prophecy: Victor, due to his love of that enjoyable pastime, sleeping, owns his own mattress factory. James Bond WBondyW Ambition: To be a football coach Hobby: Sports Favorite Saying: WDad-Gummitn Prophecy: Jim, as coach of Navy's great football team, has piloted Navy through another undefeated season. Fred Brady WFritzW Ambition: Tobezigeologist Hobby: Outdoor sports Favorite Saying: WI don't known Prophecy: Dr. Brady, noted dentist, has invented a new toothbrush you don't have to use a toothpaste with. ,.: K ? A if up 5 xy S 533 S an 1 if, : ,T,?'a in gi' in fi i sm E 5 A' R t N! F 11 fy ' at if 1' Lionel Balaj HNelloW Ambition: To be a football coach Hobby: Football Favorite Saying: WThat's the breaks, Ace.N Prophecy: Lionel has been appointed coach of South High's football team. Robert Bartlett WBobW Ambition: To succeed in aviation Hobby: Eat Favorite Saying: WDon't known Prophecy: Bob is now an- nouncing sports events over W.A.K.R. Betty Boliek WBettyN Ambition: To bea secretary Hobby: Eating Favorite Saying: WHonestn Prophecy: Betty is now teaching driving at Garfield High School. David Bonzo WDaveW Ambition: -To get out of school Hobby: Girls Favorite Saying: 'HkBet men Prophecy: Dave is quite an important man in our government as a foreign ambassador. John Brautigan WSonnyN Ambition: To be a tele- vision repairman Hobby: Hanging around Melody Lunch Favorite Saying: WIt's a tough worldn Prophecy: John, Generalin the Army, has earned the praise of all by lettingall soldiers arise at 10:00 AM. Yvonne Burk WBurkyW Ambition: To succeed Hobby: Swimming Favorite Saying: UYou know it, toon Prophecy: Yvonne, woman psychologist, has her hands full as chief dress designer at M.G.M. Richard Carter Ambition: To drivezimidget auto Hobby: Working on auto- mobiles Favorite Saying: WTake it easyn Prophecy: Richard, editor of the magazine, HHot Rodn, has just won the Indianapolis five hundred mile race. Jack Coffman WCoffeeH Ambition: Tobezulengineer Hobby: Woodwork Favorite Saying: WKillerW Prophecy: Jack has just receivedone million dollars on the publication of his autobiography, 'The World and Men. Joan Davidson HJOU Ambition: To bea.professor of speech at the University of Akron Hobby: Tap dancing Favorite Saying: N0h crumbn Prophecy: Joan is head of the Speech Department at r Akron U Phyllis Earon nMinuteW Ambition: To be 7 ft. tall Hobby: Talking Favorite Saying: WOK Macu Prophecy: Phyllis has taken over Walter Winchell's pro- gram because of her Ngift of gabn. John Burns WJonnyU Ambition: To be a success Hobby: Sports Favorite Saying: WYou don't sayn Prophecy: John is very contented as a good husband with five children. Jim Church 'Jimn Ambition: To be an archi- tectural engineer Hobby: Women Favorite Saying: WTough applesu Prophecy: Jim has settled down as Summit County Engineer after touring the country discussing his famous book, WHow To Win A Womann. Robert Davenport WBob' Ambition: To get out of school Hobby: Women Favorite Saying: WHow about you?W Prophecy: Bob, great Air Force pilot, has just broken another record by flying at the speed of one thousand miles per hour. Edna Demery NHortentsU Ambition: To go to college Hobby: Collecting cartoons Favorite Saying: WHoney, Hushn Prophecy: Edna,after trying another career, has finally decided to settle down and take care of her home and husband, David Rettenhouse. Beverly Edwards WCandyW Ambition: To bea secretary Hobby: Records Favorite Saying: WThat's greatn Prophecy: :Mrs. Melvin Williams has become famous as the HHousewifecn1SkatesM George Figel WFeegelW Ambition: To go to college Hobby: Going to Football games Favorite Saying: 'Watch thatn Prophecy: George is the new Secretary of the Navy and one of the President's best friends. Nancy Galati Ambition: To be a private secretary Hobby: Swimming Favorite Saying: NNo kiddinu Prophecy: Nancy, a private secretary, has been chosen Wwater Queenn in a nation- wide hunt for a swimming beauty. Mary Ann Herbert WLittle Girlu Ambition: To finda.shmoo Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: UNO kiddinn Prophecy: Mrs. Sam Henderson is enjoying her trip touring the U.S. in a brand new Tucker. Marglee Hodgkiss WMargW Ambition: To be head of an office Hobby: Badminton Favorite Saying: WI'm sorryn Prophecy: Marglee hasjust inherited one million dollars from a rich uncle and hasn't found time to spend it because of the salesmen at the door. Daphna Isom NButchN Ambition: To travel Hobby: Men Favorite Saying: HFudgeW Prophecy: Daphna, Mrs. D. Thompson, has just com- pleted a trip around the world with her husband. Q Nix -M . 1. Jacqueline Friday WJackyN Ambition: To go to California Hobby: Driving Favorite Saying: WYou know itn Prophecy: Jacky, living in the land of sunshine fCaliforniaJ, is working as a private secretary to a very prominent director in a movie studio. Gloria Gordon WGloW Ambition: To be a success Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: HYou could have fooled men Prophecy: Gloria was seen dancing in theballrommof the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City with another playboy. Josephine Herchuk WJOH Ambition: Tobez goodwife Hobby: Going to movies Favorite Saying: WHoly cown Prophecy: Mrs. Albert Grigsby, in a little rose covered cottage,1s taking care of her husband and children. Bernice Humphrey WLittle Honeyn Ambition: To become a success in life Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: n0h but I will' Prophecy: Bernice is fast becoming one of the out- standing social workers of the city. She has established'another recreation center for the children of Akron. Jeanette Johnson NJennie' Ambition: To be anairline hostess Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: N0h fudgen Prophecy: Jeanette, as an airline hostess,hasmarried the president of the air- lines. Robert Johnson WTaterW Ambition: To play second trombone with Jose Bonana and the bunch: music with Wa-peeln Hobby: A certain somebody Favorite Saying: WHello Sweetsn Prophecy: Dr. Johnson has set up his own practiceand is quite a success as a young physician. Margaret Kern WMargieW Ambition: To be a famous pianist Hobby: Playing the piano Favorite Saying: WHonestl Prophecy: Margie, after makingher debutat Carnegie Hall, is going to finish writing a concerto for piano and orchestra. Peggy Kirk NPeg' Ambition: To owna restauran Hobby: Driving and dancing Favorite Saying: WLose your mindu Prophecy: Peggy has been happily married to Bob Davenport for quite a few years, and now they are starting out in the restaurant business. Andrew Kmetz WAndyW Ambition: Toget an education Hobby: Swimming Favorite Saying: WI don't'knowN Prophecy: Andy has his own dance studio in Hollywood, California,withmany movie actors and actresses as his pupils. Jack Landis WF1owerU Ambition: Never to learn to dance Hobby: Golf Favorite Saying: WSkip itu Prophecy: Jack is now mana- ger of the Firestone Golf Course and has made golf history with his excellent golfing. ,s. nl H1 B D vii :S jf, V f i::iE? 4 ., gg 'f:fj47f fmL3'A hxgwil 4 ' if .zz Thomas Keller HButch0 Ambition: To be a big shot Hobby: Shooting the breeze Favorite Saying: WI'm seriousn Prophecy: Tom still has everyone amazed as to how he makes all the money he has been seen lavishly spending around town. Gordon Kettring Ambition: Toowna Cadillac Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: WShmooH Prophecy: Gordon not only owns a Cadillac, but he's also the new head of the Cadillac Corporation. Thelma Klinger WTheln Ambition: To graduate Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: WGosh all Fridayn Prophecy: Thelma is a private secretary in a big business firm. Elizabeth Komer UBetty' Ambition: Tobeaasecretary Hobby: Reading Favorite Saying: WFor John's sakew Prophecy: Elizabeth, a private secretary to a Vice-President of one of the nation's big rubber companies, has just an- nounced her engagement to her boss. Richard Lash WBikeH Ambition: To be a journalist Hobby: Sports Favorite Saying: WI don't caren Prophecy: Richard is now sports editor f0I' the Beacon Journal, making a fabulous amount of money each year. Wilelmer Layne, Jr. WElmerN Ambition: To be a profes- sional musician. Hobby: Girls Favorite Saying: 'Live, have fun and die youngn Prophecy: Elmer is the new WKing of Jazzn, leading his famous band at one of the famous nightclubs in Hollywood. Mary Listella 'PudgyH Ambition: To be a success Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: n0hCFUmbN Prophecy: Mary has given up up the teaching profession to marry one4ofthe nation's wealthiest bachelors. Barbara McCurry 'MacH Ambition: To have a happy, successful life Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: NYep, one of demu Prophecy: Mrs. C. Rhodes, gave up her profession as a lawyer to become a house- wife. Shirley Maneval WShirl' Ambition: To own a car Hobby: Eating 12 inch hot dogs Favorite Saying: WGee Zowien Prophecy: Shirley is now working as a receptionist for one of Akron's best doctors. Angie Milazzo 'AngieW Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Benny Wolfe Favorite Saying: WDrop deadn Prophecy: Angieis married now and hasa full time job taking care of her husband and children. Joseph Likevich WJoeU Ambition: To be arnillion- aire Hobby: Sleepingzuuibasket- ball Favorite Saying: WControl your emotionsn Prophecy: Joe is the only history teacher inthe world who is also a millionaire. Lawrence Lott HLarryW Ambition: To be route manager at the Beacon Hobby: Baseball Favorite Saying: WBeats Me' Prophecy: Lawrence, as circulation manager of the Beacon Journal, is seen touring many parts of the nation much of the time. Ernest Westly Malone WErnieW Ambition: To ownaabig car Hobby: Eating Favorite Saying: 'Whatcha aint got, getn Prophecy: Ernie discovered a rich oil field out west while Wthumbingn to Cali- fornia and he is making millions every year. Donna Michael NMikeW Ambition: To be a good stenographer Hobby: Swimming Favorite Saying: N0h,fudgen Prophecy: Donna is now teaching Business Training at Akron U. Richard Minor WDick' Ambition: To promote prize- fights Hobby: Prizefighting Favorite Saying: WOh,heck' Prophecy: Dick has built a modern confectionery on Brown Street and has a thriving business. ,.L. i,.i Jean Moir UJennieW Ambition: To be a private secretary or receptionist Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: WDron deadu Prophecy: Jean, now Mrs. Les Coleman, is manager of her husband's pickle factory. Wilma Myles UWillyH Ambition: To be a stylist and model Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: UOh those chimesu Prophecy: Wilma is in New York working as a JohnPowers model. Sunday Oliver NSunN Ambition: To travel Hobby: Driving Favor ite Saying: HOh, you're nutsu Prophecy: Sunday is very successful as the pretty receptionist at one of our major radio stations. Kenneth L. Parker WApoH Ambition: To be a million- aire Hobby: Recreation Favorite Saying: NEnjoy life while youcanu Prophecy: Kenneth, still trying to be a millionaire, is now working for the National Bank, Patricia Pritchard WPatW Ambition: To marry Jimand be happy Hobby: Day dreaming Favorite Saying: W0h, fudgen Prophecy: Pat is having a fine time in California dancing in a movie now and then: Ralph Morrow nMouseN Ambition: To be an Officer of a ship. Hobby: Sleeping Favorite Saying: nHuhN Prophecy: Ralph's love of pies is the main reason for his chain of bakeries. Norma Jean Nemath Ambition: To be happily married Hobby: Playingthe accordion Favorite Saying: n0h fishn Prophecy: Norma, now Mrs. Alan Bennett, is happily married and very busy taking care of her four children. Donald Parker HDonW Ambition: To become a rich banker Hobby: A little girl named Billie Ann Favorite Saying: WDon't do today what you can put off until tomorrowu Prophecy: Don finally realized his ambition. He's Secretary of the U. S. Treasury Department. Janice Petree WJanH Ambition: To be a private secretary Hobby: Photography Favorite Saying: ' Wwell! for goodness sakes!H Prophecy: Janice, a private secretary, is very busy raising her three children. Elayne Radnof NHoneyW Ambition: To be a success Hobby: Writing Favorite Saying: WGet lostn Prophecy: Elayne, sophisti- cated lady about town, is editor of the magazine WMademoiselleW. Mary Lou Rector Ambition: Tobe a missionary Hobby: Playing piano Favorite Saying: WSuch devotionn Prophecy: Mary Lou isdoing a fine job as a missionary in Jamaica. Elizabeth Richardson WLizaW Ambition: To become an accountant Hobby: Sewing, football and church work Favorite Saying: WThere's no harm in asking if you don't known Prophecy: Liza has a very good job as an accountant but still finds time for church activities. Dorothy Snyder WDotU Ambition: To be a machine operator Hobby: Going for walks Favorite Saying: WSome people's kidsn Prophecy: Dot is living contently on a few million dollars she has made from her many curb service stands. Arstric Stephens NMistrichW Ambition: Tobe a secretary Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: WAre you kiddingn Prophecy: Arstric is run- ning her own typing school. John Vidikan WJonnyN Ambition: To be successful Hobby: Playing and working Favorite Saying: WDon't wait till you have to do your homeworkn Prophecy: John is now with the Cleveland Indians as catcher-manager. KVA . L K Q Robert G. Rich NBobH Ambition: To make my second million Hobby: Resting Favorite Saying: WAigoW Prophecy: Bob has organized a union for stock boys, and is its newly elected presi- dent. George Siladie WGusW Ambition: To be a doctor Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: WWhat a placeu Prophecy: Doc. G. Siladie now is the head of a new modern hospital in New York. Robert Stephanoff HBobN Ambition: To be an auto mechanic Hobby: Exotic women Favorite Saying: NDon't let me snow you under kidu Prophecy: Bob, after visiting all the ports of the worldat the expense of NUncle Sam' is disappointed to findhe can't bring his harembackto the U.S. with him. Jack Thompson NJacksonN Ambition: To get out of school Hobby: Girls Favorite Saying: 'Drop deadn Prophecy: Jack, the great chain store magnate, has driven all other chain stores out of business in Akron. Jack Warren WAckN NAsaH Ambition: To see a seven day pay week Hobby: Track Favorite Saying: NWhatW Prophecy: Jack now has his own funeral parlor, finally having realized his life long ambition. L J L.. ' J Margaret Welch HMargeW Ambition: To get out of school Hobby: Driving Favorite Saying: WRazing Christophern Prophecy: Margaret has taken up the teaching profession and is one of 3arfield's best history teachers. Ronald Heenan NMouseW Ambition: To see the Heenan and Parker Brokerage Agents make their first million Hobby: Loafing Favorite Saying: WDon't look up at men Prophecy: Ronald has been chosenas one of the top ten basketball stars of'the year. PICTURES NOT SUBMITTED Betty Zaratsian WJel1ybean' Ambition: To travel Hobby: Swimming Favorite Saying: 'Well gee' Prophecy: Betty has just filed suit for a divorce - the ending of her fifth marriage. Steve Rutkowski WPolockW Ambition: To go over Niagara Falls in a row boat Hobby: Coca Cola Favorite Saying: WLive dangerously' Prophecy: Steve, working his way upfroma privatehas just been made Commander of the Army Air Forces. Jonnie Atkins Jack Linger Mary Corkrean James Donald Reynolds Ray F. Hinton Kenneth Rinesmith Allen E. Kimble, Jr. Mickey Silaski 1 Emma A. White JANUARY SENIORS ENJOY GOOD FOOD AT BANQUET FAREWELL SONG v-.1 L WOlAN'S CITY CLUB RINGS WITH LAUGHTER FROM SPEAKERS TABLE M H, V, GOSSIP , jx 44 COMMENCEMENT - JANUARY 1949 Jim Harwood receives Manhood Cup from Jim Woodring. George Figel, Valedictorian he ,A 4 J HE HONOR STUDENTS Seated Left to Right: B. Boliek, M. Kern, M. Welch, J. Friday, D. Michael Standing Left to Right: J. Harwood, H. Carter, G. Figel, J. Likevich. m,,7 M Jim Harwood receives Science Award from Mr. Pugh. A scene at Baccalaureate. Jean Moir receives Womanhood Cup from Nancy Culberson. Andrew Kmetz Service Award VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT SECRETARY Joe Vargo 'Stupid' Ambition: To be president of U.S.A. Hobby: Swimming Favorite Saying: 'Oh you krud' Prophecy: Joe tried to combine his main ambition in life fto go to college! Ambition: To finish Hobby: Golf, hearing the intelligent, the beautiful, and the Dave Wykoff 'Flagstaff' col- lege and be a success and seeing favorite comedians Favorite Saying: 'There are three types.of women: majority. with his favorite pastime Prophecy: Dave has finally fsleepl- Result: NO' he achieved his life-long has plenty of free time to ambition. He has bought a sleep, gavel of his own. Now all he does is pound. TREASURER JUNE '49 CLASS OFFICERS HOTTO 'Live to love, to laugh, and CLASS COLORS Scarlet and Silver Barbara Allen 'Barb' Ambition: To be famous Hobby: Counting dates with F. D. Favorite Saying: 'Well FRANKly' CLASS FLOWER Red Rose to learn.' Prophecy: Gossip Commen- tator turns writerl Barbara fLouella Parsons! has turned out her first novel, 'Cat', a sequel to 'K1tty'. 'spa IIE? AAAJIK Freda Hunter 'Freedy' Ambition: To be an archaeologistm Hobby: Playing tennis Favorite Saying: 'You don't know, do you?' Prophecy: Freda defeated Shirley Fry in an exciting tennis match recently to become the National Women's Singles Champion. TREASURER its l Gerald Sweeney 'Jerry' Ambition: To be a drafts- man Hobby: Peddling papers Prophecy: Jerry has stopped being shy around girls - but now they avoid him. What can be wrong? Even-his best friends won't tell him. . Joanne Adams 'Jo' Ambition: To travel Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: 'Bet me' Prophecy: Since Joanne married into society,her 'friends' report that she is such a cat that even a hot dog sandwich will growl at her. Vivian Alexandrovich 'Viv' Ambition: To go tocollege Hobby: Record collecting Favorite Saying: 'Know what I mean?' Prophecy: When Mrs. Allen cracked under the strain of being psycho-analyzed by every pupil in her psychology class, her position was promptly filled by Vivian. May Ann Allen 'May' Ambition: To be a teacher Hobby: Having fun Favorite Saying: 'Do you know what I mean?' Prophecy: When Mrs. Boyes was led away softly babbling to herself: 'I'm a yearbook! I'm a yearbookl' May Ann stepped into her job. Samuel P. Allen 'Sam' Ambition: To win a certain girl Favorite Saying: 'You don't tell me what to do' Prophecy: The WorldSeries pennant isillthe bag since Sam took the reins from Connie Mack. Allen Arnold 'Cowboy' Ambition: To win a girl named Jane Hobby: Shooting pool Favorite Saying: 'You got a head like a peanut' Prophecy: You rememberhow Al always dreamed of leading a life filled with excitement? He's having a thrilling time now as the lighthouse keeper on Lonesome Point, somewhere in the Pacific. r Z5 ,ga .NNN ,or- '53 7 sm-4, -'dx ' 4? 2:45, A J' :gf E 5 -J! I , J y 2 X . R 'z ' 'f Q -E2 53' . f 1 as 3 'lily . W'n-L -Q Donna Atzenhoefer 'Atzie' Ambition: To be successful in anything I do. Hobby: Having a good time Favorite Saying: 'Drop Dead, you Shmoe' Prophecy: Donna is a tele- phone operator with a really different voice. She actually sounds like a human being. Patricia Bair 'Pat' Ambition: To be an office secretary Hobby: Collecting Cleveland Indian pictures Favorite Saying: 'Egads' Prophecy: Leading lady of most of 'Wild Bill' - Kavolic's newest Westerns , is Pat, the new queen of the Cowgirls. Joan Ballard 'Joannie' Ambition: To become a commercial artist Hobby: Art, playing piano, slow dancing Favorite Saying: 'Well, I'll be dipped' Prophecy: Have bad teeth? Better see Joan Ballard, painless dentist. When she pulls your teeth, she doesn't feel a thing. Howard Barnes 'Howie' Ambition: To go around.the world six or eight times Hobby: Map collecting Prophecy: Eminent real estate man, Howard Barnes, who lost his shirt in the depression of '54, declares Everyone admires a good loser, but they don't want to lend him money.' H Lois Barnes 'Sis' Ambition: To be a private secretary Hobby: CollectingCleveland Indian picturesandsewing Favorite Saying: 'Gee Gosh' Prophecy: 'Attent1on! Count off! One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight! You're all here. Let's eat.' Lois and her family sat down to eat. lm..- Mary Ellen Barron 'Spesco' Ambition: To become a model Hobby: Art Favorite Saying: 'Oh gosh' Prophecy: Know whothegirl on the new 'Groomo Hair Oil' ads is? It's our old classmate, Mary Ellen. Bill Bartram 'Hotrod' Ambition: To be a short story writer Hobby: Motorcycling Prophecy: Bill was deter- mined to leave high school and have a good time for the rest of his life. Here's hoping his job at the Sunshine Mortuary gives him that opportunity. William G. Bathori 'Bill' Ambition: To be successful Hobby: Flying Favorite saying: 'Don't worry' Prophecy: You have to look up to Bill these days. He's the guy that fills the. skies with 'Honest John Buys Cars.' Ross L. Beachy Buddy' Ambition: To win Bonnie Burk Hobby: Fun! More fun! Favorite Saying: 'What a deal!' Prophecy: Did you hear Ross broadcast the fights the other night? What voice quality! He rasps out the blow by blow description. Herbert Beam Ambition: To be a coach and a millionaire Hobby: Sports and food Favorite Saying: 'That's my boy' Prophecy: Prize fighter Herbert is nicknamed 'Laundry' because he's always hanging over the ropes. 'N ul Ek ShirleyAnnBean 'Beanie' Ambition: To be a house- wife Hobby: Dancing Cwith All Favorite Saying: 'I thought I'd die' Prophecy: Shirley has hit the big time as a singer who specializes in'singing the songs her mother told her not to sing'. Allen Beatty 'Al' Ambition: To be a doctor Hobby: Trombone, cars Favorite Saying: 'Tough Rocks' Prophecy: Noted doctor breaks ties with civili- zation. Allen CJohnny Appleseedb Beatty gives up flourishing practice to plant apple trees in Alaska. James Bentz 'Jim' Ambition: To be a good piano player Hobby: Dancing, singing, playing the piano Favorite Saying:'Haise the hairscn1adeadman's chesfl Prophecy: Fred Astaire re- tired for the last time when he gotkds first look atthe up and coming young hoofer, Jim Bentz. Joyce Black 'Jody' Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Bowling, cooking Favorite Saying: 'Oh Foot Prophecy: Joyce has per- fectedzifool proof way to give pills to children. Put them in their oatmeal. She has yet to discover how to make them eat their oatmeal. Richard Bloom 'Dick' Ambition: To be happy Hobby: Hunting Favorite Saying: 'No comment' Prophecy: Dick the boxer hates the long walk from the dressing rooms to the ring. Too bad he can't enjoy the return trip in his trainer's arms. Y! CaroleJacquelineBoatwright . 'Jackie' Ambition: Totakelife easy Hobby: Ice skating Favorite Saying: 'Hot cinders' Prophecy: Carole's business doubled when she took Pop Kidder's suggestion and.put this sign in her restaurant window: Sandwiches, 513 with bread, 1015 with meat, 15d. Ida Bozzelli 'Julee' Ambition: To be anairline stewardess. Hobby: Speaking Greek Favorite Saying: 'It's all right to exaggerate but that's a darn lie' Prophecy: Ida just loves to talk, sleep, andspend money, but she just hates to work. May I suggest that she marry a 'moldy' millionaire. Jeanne Bridge 'Cricket' Ambition: To and bounce thecorrectway Hobby: Music: collecting records Favorite Saying: 'Aha' Prophecy: In case you're wondering, Jeanne is still working for her twenty- five year service pin at Acme 4121. Tom Broadbent 'Herk' Ambition: To play piano at Ciro's Hobby: Taking it easy Favorite Saying: 'It's a sure thing' Prophecy: TomCDrew Pearson? predicts that the nation will go Republican inthe next election if itdoesn't stay Democrat. J Hbflg., :-, j lggiigiilir E X .3 l J? J-', .si f tif" N ea E be . ,ga ,vis Robert Brunton 'Bugs' ,x. Ambition: To be a lawyer Syvymgffg Hobby: Bowling,baSketball Favorite Saying: 'Da, what's up, Doc' Prophecy: A recent survey showed thatnewscommen- tator Robert can say any- thing he wants without offending anyone. There's no one listening! .4 i"'f"- h i 4, Mi. --- .9 Tom Buchanan 'Tom' Ambition: To have fun Hobby: Sports Favorite Saying:'Hottogo' Prophecy: Tom has finally done it! At last he owns everything he hasg one pair of shoes, two shirts and a Sunday-go-to- Meetin' suit. Bonnie Jean Burk Ambition: To become a housewife Hobby: Collecting shoes and fun Prophecy: Lucky for Ross Beachy he's had some ex- perience fixing up cars. His wife, Bonnie, 1sn't the best driver in the world, you know. Clarence Burkholder 'Junior' Ambition: To be a lawyer Hobby: Women Favorite Saying: 'Hot togo' Prophecy: Perry Mason joined the ranks of has- beens when Clarence opened his law office. Joanne Butterworth 'Jo' Ambition: To be asecretary Hobby: Scrapbooks and baseball games. Favorite Saying: 'That's life' Prophecy: Remember how Joanne always wantedto get married and liveinzllittle white house? Well she married a politician and set her sights for alittle bigger 'White House'. Alwayne Bynum 'Al' Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Reading, going to the movies Favorite Saying: 'Oh nuts' Prophecy: If you ever get sick when you're in Cali- fornia, just look up Alwayne. She's the head nurse at the BeverlyHills hospital. i She's a dressmaker in the Bob Capanna Ambition: To be a million- aire Hobby: Music and women Prophecy: Bob was telling his son what the army was like: 'Well, first they swore me in and then they cussed me out. It made me so mad I almost quit'. Lois Casto 'Lois' Ambition: To get married Hobby: Going out with my friends FHV0FitG Saying: 'Oh nuts' Prophecy: News from the Olympics: American girl athlete, Lois Casto has won first place inall the events, so far the first person to do this since Helen of Troy. Shirley Cathey 'Shug' Ambition: To become a psychologist Hobby: Horseback Riding: bowling Favorite Saying: 'Oh how sad' Prophecy: Be careful! If Shirley says, 'You're crazyl' you're likely to end up in Massillon.She's a court psychologist. Ray Chaffee Ambition: To be an engineer Hobby: Dancing and women Favorite Saying: 'No kidding' Prophecy: Scientist Ray firmly believes that life on Saturn is practically impossible -just as it is on earth. Wanda Church Ambition: To succeed in anything Hobby: Reading: watching sports Favorite Saying: 'Oh, foodie booe' Prophecy: Wanda wanted to work for a while then get married and Kalthough she didn't know itj worktwice as hard. ,tl 33' N what gn egg JM -big, ..,.. SQVQ, -v , ' XQQM Nagar gig, Patricia Clark 'Pat' Ambition: Tolxza secretary Hobby: Drawing and music Favorite Saying: 'Dagblast it' Prophecy:Pat hasperfected a pair ofice skates that you strap on your backfor people who skate the way she does. Garnet Clugh: 'Garnie' Ambition: To succeed in whatever Idecide to become Hobby: Going out with Jim Favorite Saying: 'How ignorant' Prophecy: Garnet has made a fortune witha lawn mower and apair ofhedge trimmers. M y MT IQ: W, J 59 Pia Graz, tier EWQMQEI Mliyit :M F fwiQ?QQif ,ss 4 M.: 'W anon- rg? Your Hawaiian Islands. Katie Cogburn 'Peaches' Ambition: To live up tolny mother's expectations. Hobby: Listening to records and reading Favorite Saying: 'Are you Kidding?' Prophecy: Katie Cogburn would just love to be a successful housewife but she likes to read andlis- ten to records too well. Wanda Cook 'Rosie' Ambition: Tobeaasecretary Hobby: Pianog sports Favorite Saying: 'Drop dead' Prophecy: Wanda has been a private secretary for about three years now. We haven't found out whom she works for-that's too private. Norma Cook 'Jean' Ambition: To be a private secretary Hobby: Dancing: sports Favorite Saying: 'Tell me all about it' Prophecy: Private secretary catches boss on fishing trip! Norma must have used mighty tempting bait to land a whopper like Chuck fMoneybagsl Sheffler. Delores Corvelli 'Dee' Ambition: To be a sewing teacher Hobby: Dancing: sports Favorite Saying: 'Think you'll live' Prophecy: Delores might have married Don Martinif he hadn't insisted on keep- ing two baby elephants as pets. Donald Costa 'Don' Ambition: To be abachelor Hobby: Hunting and fishing Favorite Saying: 'Never trust a woman' Prophecy: When Don left G.H.S., he planned togo to college or to the army. As if the draft board would give him a choice. Gertrude Craig 'Gertie' Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Collecting statues of dogs Favorite Saying: 'Cheese and crackers' Prophecy: Gertie fBetty Crockerl has perfected an amazing time-saver for housewives. A recipe for pancakes with popcorn in them so they will turn over themselves. Richard Lee Crawford 'Snake' Ambition: To be abachelor Hobby: Car-tinkerer Favorite Saying: 'That's the breaks, ace' Prophecy: Dick is Broad- way's newest playboy. How did he get his money? Simple! He married a rich old widow. Charles E. Crew 'Charley' Ambition: To own a new Cadillac convertible Hobby: Swimming, running around at night Favorite Saying: 'What say jitterbug' Prophecy: He said he wouldn't and he hasn't! Charlie has never owned more than one shirt or one pair of pants atone time. ' J,-S mg ,Ky i QWQFH I high wks., T A , W: no we NX .D X l H ff 1 Vir' --"-1 "'-- ' 2 ...,, . H ' mg ASS 5. AV. 235 !Qf: xiii' clam? Y' Y wgkelif 52 2 M 5: Jig ag ld ,B :1,, 4 il: WHS' x t u X6 " 1 ,"3 ,g i o: Ss.: S -,,:, M 4-r:'-:Q if : - A.: WL W W ..,-., Z' 5 : j-"' J :.,. yy g n as fi Az' kg A i t x f aef ',13l W 'WMS ucv' R ch env :sq 'swag . ' - 'YW Nancy Culberson 'Nance' Ambition: To be a success Hobby: Loafing Favorite Saying: 'Drop off' Prophecy: Nancy is a hospital dietician-that's a fancy name for a person who devises new ways to starve the patients. John T. Cunningham 'Jack' Ambition: To graduate Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: 'What say, man' Prophecy: 'Learn to swing and sway the Arthur Murray way!' Training teachers like Jack can teach anyone to dance. Richard Dawson 'Mickey' Ambition: Psychiatrist Hobby: Rifle Club Favorite Saying: 'What's up, Doc?' Prophecy: Famous psychia- trist Cracks Murder Case! Dr. Richard Dawson used applied psychology tocrack the baffling 'Case of the Disappearing Dewey Button' Gene Dodson 'Skinner' Ambition: To graduate Hobby: Sports Favorite Saying: 'Go fly a kite' Prophecy: Gene studiedra- dar for four years while he was in the Navy. When he came out he made a fortune selling those Radar sand- wiches he learned how to make. Jere Doherty 'Red' Ambition: To be an under- taker Hobby: Collecting mummies Favorite Saying: 'Drop dead' Prophecy: Jere wants to travel around the world and spend money. I can't think of an easier or faster way to spend it. Mary Doria NButchH Ambition: To get rich fast Hobby: Dancing: loafing Favorite Saying: uYou know how it is' Prophecy: Mary ran thisad for two months in the Beacon: Girl who likes to spend money would like to meet handsome young millionaire. Object: Alimony. Elmer' Drobny "Al" Ambition: To tour and photograph the U.S.A. Hobby: Photography Favorite Saying: uYou know itu Prophecy: NCaseyW is no longer the nCrime Photo- grapheru! His job has been assigned to Elmer. Dorothy Dugan nDottie' Ambition: To become a private secretary to a handsome boss Hobby: Loafing: dancing Favorite Saying: nI'll see yan Prophecy: Dottie always wanted to own a duck farm, soshe up and married an old quack. Charles Dunn nBudN Ambition: To Succeed Hobbies: Sports and records Favorite Saying: nThat's lifen Prophecy: If lawyer Bud loses a murder case, he never fails to give his client one final word of advice: nDon't sit down!n Thomas Durkin 'Tom' Ambition: To go back to Texas Hobby: Huntingzuulcamping Prophecy: Have you noticed that dashing new life guard at the Firestone Park Kiddies Pool? It's Tom, an alumnus of the swimming team. nl '--- , ,,., ,, fm ..,q W 7 E .4 .A K.-f N :SV 'b , 3 f la c,1!!ua-i nk? ' i g' S V, n . . .I1..:2:2 "': 2 2 " .Q aEHif5'.Q?f 5f"Wm L -Qs 1' 3 1 fil- 'hun ,, j if if -E ,aww N ..... E. .x f 5 Y H Y 41 - ' ahaa afa awt iid "" .3 N i3E:,...:,'J"5 wma af' ,W f ? Q . gr 4 'Q 3. iiarw ,+R- R 3 lx Dorothy Eaken nDotn Ambition: To marry a millionaire Hobby: Dancing at the G.A. Club Favorite Saying: WYou known Prophecy: Can you imagine how Dot feels - spending her whole long life slavin at 0'Neil's. Richard Edwards nRichh Ambition: To be a big league ball player Hobby: Sports, N.H.S., Sally Favorite Saying: nYou got gutsn Prophecy: Recognizing Hich's prowess as an athlete, A. B. C. signed him up to play Jack Armstrongcnxtheir new show. Dick Egan NDickW Ambition: Tobea playboy Hobby: Looking at women Favorite Saying: WDig Ya' Later' Prophecy: Saw Dick Egan going around with his head in the clouds. Conceited? Nah! He's in the Air Corps. Cr D A. Considine Engle 'Connien Ambition: To be a success- ful bookkeeper Hobby: Records: shows Favorite Saying: NGeeu Prophecy: That charming new custodian at the airport shelter house is Connie. She was chosen, no doubt, because she is so chock full of party games. Dale Enlow WHotrodN Ambition: Navy Diesel engineering Hobby: Riding motorcycles Favorite Saying: nHot cindersn Prophecy: Featured with Jimmy Lynch's Deathllodgers is Dale Enlow and his jet- propelled, hot-rod motor- cycle. Richard Fagan 'Dickn Ambition: To be a marine Hobby: Airplanes Favorite Saying: WHi, kidn Prophecy: We all know Dick has always been a goodboy- and he still is. But don't you think it's about time he became a good marine? Bob Faidley 'Juniorn Ambition: To be a building contractor Hobby: Machinery'ofanysort Favorite Saying: 'What do you say, Shmoen Prophecy: Bob just loves his job, working with ma- chinery. Just think: itall started when his father bought him that Rector construction set. John Falatok WFlats' Ambition: To get out of school Hobby: Loafing Favorite Saying: nwhat do ya sayu Prophecy: John threwanother of his parties last night. This morning the landlord threw him out inthe street. Lee A. Faull nFouly' Ambition: To make someone a good husband Hobby: Being everybody's buddy Favorite Saying: 'All righty, if you say so' Prophecy: Lee A. CA for Abbotl Faull is rated as the only straight man in radio who looks like the stooge. Robert Fisher nBobn Ambition: To collect the dime Al Harmata owes me Hobby: Stamp collecting Favorite Saying: Do unto others as you would have them do unto youu Prophecy: Senator Robert CPhogboundH Fisher and a party of Eskimos have set off to investigate living conditions in Lower Slo- bovia, pending a U.S. loan. lik ?yxF5,h iaisiv 4-as ,QQ .6 gm .mx ii 4 Y' 1 ::I,EI by tv' , is I A A D af gfjbn E?i'5 aaW3hQQf:il f igafhgpfwjm - - , gafgygfi if 4yjg32:w 5' f 'mg 9 , K - lf 1 qql 2 E 0 : 3 img Q M S. 'va :V 'ik :Q J A Qi t n, gil 5 J' 'Vw --.-:Nh til ll? -if 5 ,5 '--nov' ::Mg, Www, M' Q : F i F A ' s 39555 """ giivaws '15, . 6:4 4 :jf fag? , t Q 3 1 X f K if-"J, fp ': W 5 R 2 4' ' s 1' --- Linzy Frisone nLinzyH Ambition: To take a trip to the moon Hobby: Dogs: boxing Favorite Saying: WOne is never too old to learnn Prophecy: Dapper and charming Linzy was voted the most popular boy in the battalion. He gave every- one the measles. Shirley Fullen NCherieW Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Sports: dancing Prophecy: Shirley got her life-long wish to be a nurse last week when her little one came down with measles, mumps, and whoop- ing cough - all at once. Marian Gerber Ambition: To succeed in show business Hobby: Havingaagood time Favorite Saying: 'Fatmeatu Prophecy: Marian isstart- ing at the bottom to work her way up to success on the Broadway stage. She's a scrubwoman atthe Palace Theatre. Bob Gergosky 'Gregn Ambition: To own my own business Hobby: Hunting: fishing: baseball Favorite Saying: Wwhat say, Joe?' Prophecy: HBig Game Hunter Sets Off For Africa!' Armed with only a bee-bee gun, Bob has gone intothe dark continent to hunt elephants. Delores Giacomo nDeeH Ambition: To marry Jack Andrew Hobby: Embroidering and clothes Favorite Saying: '0h,greatW Prophecy: Delores carries a lot of weight in the baking business-around 195 pounds. Maybe she should do more baking and less eating. . - 4,7 N,- Leland Gibson 'Gabby' Ambition: To bea.pr1nter Hobby: Jackof'all trades Favorite Saying: 'If you like to stand four years, take printing' Prophecy: Baseball umpire Leland says: 'One advantage of being a baseball umpire is you're not bothered by friends asking you for loans. You haven't any friends. Mary Giovinozzio 'Slim' Ambition: To bea housewife Hobby: Baseball games and dancing Favorite Saying: 'That's what you think' Prophecy: Mary breathed a sigh of relief the other day as she achieved her lifelong ambition: Tomarry a man named 'Smith'. Larry N. Golding 'Rube' Ambition: To be a printer Hobby: Throwing type Favorite Saying: 'Yeh?' Prophecy: Larry, famed traveler, has just become the first man to cross the Pacific Ocean in a rowboat. He's now known as 'Blisters Golding. Reginald A. Graham 'Reggie' Ambition: To be an interior decorator Hobby: Sleeping and going to meetings Favorite Saying: 'You know it' an Prophecy: Reginald Graham was awarded a gold handled spade for his many years as a faithful ditch digger, by his boss, the Mammoth Con- struction Co. Andrew Grant 'Andy Genius' Ambition: To be a College dean Hobby: Women and women Favorite Saying: 'Oh heck' Prophecy: Dr. Andrew Grant, BVP, Doctor of Vicious Bacteria, Professor of Chemistry at Yale, has sug- gested that the common cold be cured by letting it vel op into double The cold can't be cured but pneumonia can. A ,ii WN' G5 kv' :yr 16 40: 'inf , 'mfs--1 A 'Q f Hd' Leonard D. Griffin 'Griff' Ambition: To finish school and get a job Hobby: To enter professional football Favorite Saying: 'How' Prophecy: Statement by eminent astronomer Leonard: 'Life on Mars obviously does not exist: otherwise the Martians would be in Washington trying to borrow money. Helen Gron 'Lolly' Ambition: To succeed Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: 'Great' Prophecy: Have you heard the latest cowboy ballad, 'Throw the Saddle on the Stove, Mother! I'm Riding the Range Tonight'? You can buy it from Helen, record salesgirl at LeRoy's. Michael Hadgis 'Mike' Ambition: To be a musician and bandleader Hobby: Frying hamburgers Favorite Saying: 'Shmooo' Prophecy: Appearing at East Market Gardens this week, for a limited time only, Mike CHotlipsJHadgis and his Music Maulers - in person. Harry Hagan 'Hegan' Ambition: To become an electronic engineer Hobby: Loafing Favorite Saying: 'That's a shame' Prophecy: Harry has made the most electrifying dis- covery known to science. He split the neutron and found a blonde. Ruth Hagmeyer 'Ruthie' Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Twirling, dancing and sports Favorite Saying: '0h! Fine' Prophecy: Ruth claims that her two pair of twins will beat her sister's three of a kind. Obviously she's not a poker player. Rita Hagmeyer 'Ruth' Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Sports-majorette Favorite Saying: 'Say, kid' Prophecy: Rita is the mother of triplets. Her mother says she's just a big show off! ' Ila-Blanche Hall 'Speedy' Ambition: To live up to my parent's expectations Hobby: Sports: church: writing to Jake Favorite Saying: 'Great' Prophecy: Ila Hall just can't get used to writing her last name,Kindlesparker Hall is so much easier to spell. Christine Halman 'Christy' Ambition: To go to Juillard School of Music Hobby: Music and playing the accordion Favorite Saying: 'How sad Prophecy: Christine coaxed the youngest of her 10: 'Now, Willie, be a goodboy and say 'Ah-a-a-a' so the nasty doctor can get his finger out of your mouth.' N Alan Harmata 'Al' Ambition: To own a popcorn stand Hobby: Loafing, seeing Shirley Favorite Saying: 'Rinky' Prophecy: Know who the new head of the U.G.C.A.CUnited Garbage Collectors of Americal is? It's our old pal, Al. He always was the executive type. Norma Harper 'Norma' Ambition: To graduate Hobby: Sleeping Prophecy: It's very fortun- ate that Norma loves to do bookkeeping. Her son just can't keep his Beacon.Journal route book straight. '-agar 48, 3 fin .. wt 'WHY z' F iii, Y. EE 433 EI' vm in Zig, ' E,gaj . P gwfgilb is mf Wwii 'W we X, ' Rx 1 .lf 3?-f .M ,,. ww ilk Floyd Hawkins 'Stringer' Ambition: To get rich without working Hobby: Photography Favorite Saying: 'Son' Prophecy: Floyd gets all the breaks. He's official mattress tester at 0'Neil's, makinglus living sleeping. Dale Hayes 'Prof' Ambition: To walk around the world Hobby: Photography Favorite Saying: 'That's crazy' Prophecy: Dale has been stopped on his non-stop walking tour by the Atlantic Ocean. He doesn't mind wearing a diving suit but he's allergic to sea food. Mary Heaton 'Perry' Ambition: To learn how to cook Hobby: Jack, talking, eating Favorite Saying: 'I'll be darn' Prophecy: Mary is taking lessons from Gene Autryon yodeling so she won't feel out of place when she visits the Swiss Alps. Gilbert W. Henderson 'Gil' Ambition: To play leadAlto with a name band Hobby: Baseball, photo- graphy and music Favorite Saying: 'That's great, man!' Prophecy: Gil plays with Harry James in the winter: the Indians in the summer: has a photography studio as a sideline: and collects stamps in his spare time. Jeanette Holmes 'Dimples' Ambition: To be a steno- grapher Hobby: Bowling Favorite Saying: 'How 'bout that' Prophecy: According to housewife Jeanette, there are two ways to get rid of a cold: CID Stay in bed: keep warm, and take medi- cine. C2J Get up as usual and have fun. -i-. i T Shirley Hoover 'Caldonia' Ambition: To be Bachelor of Music at Wittenberg Hobby: Music and dancing Favorite Saying: 'Details' Prophecy: Shirley got her Bachelor of Music degree and stepped into a big job as vocalist for Mike Hadgis and his band. Lucille Hornsby Ambition: To be a private secretary Hobby: Bowling Favorite Saying: 'Oh fiddle' Prophecy: Only one thingis still wrong with Lucille's bowling - she doesn't get enough pins. Ann Horvath 'Tootsie' Ambition: To travel CCalifornia3 Hobby: Bowling: horseback riding Favorite Saying: 'Good night' Prophecy: 'I Married A Beachcomber' or 'Here's Sand In Your Eye' is the title of Ann Horvath's in- teresting autobiography. Dorothy Hreha 'Dotty' Ambition: To be a success Hobby: Dancing: eatingg traveling, and boys six feet tall. , Favorite Saying: 'Oh nuts' Prophecy: Dorothy snapped angrily at the youngest of her four 'angels', 'Junior, you mustn't pull the cat's tail.' Junior: 'I'm only holding it. The cat is pulling.' Harold Hudson 'Henry' Ambition: To be a big politician Hobby: Basketball: golf Favorite Saying: 'You know it' Prophecy: Rumor has it that watching Harold play ball led to the adding of a bushel basket to the regular outfielder's equipment. Jack Humphrey 'Hump' Ambition: To getricflquick Hobby: Sports Favorite Saying: 'Never fear Prophecy: Jack still feels that he's the most likely to succeed because he likes to do 'bout everything-if he could just learn how tochnit Jacquelyn Huth 'Jackie' Ambition: To play in a symphony orchestra Hobby: Music, baseball and scrapbooks Favorite Saying: 'Oh, gee whiz' Prophecy: Evelyn threw her 'magic violin' in the ash can and retired when Jackie joined Phil Spitalny and the girls last week. Jacqueline Jessie 'Jackie' Ambition: To marry Hobby: Curly headed boys Favorite Saying: 'Buddie' Prophecy: Jackie likes to go to shows and do book- keeping. She combines busi- ness with pleasure in her job as bookkeeper at the Palace Theatre. Louise Johnson 'Kentucky' Ambition: To bea.good cook Hobby: Embroidering Favorite Saying: 'Could be, Honey' Prophecy: The hit song, 'I Got the St. Louis Blues 'Cause My Baby Took the Last Handful of Popcorn and Left Me Holding the Bag' owes its popularity to Blues' singer Louise. Edward Johnston 'Eddie' Ambition: To go thrucollege Hobby: Teaching Sunday School Favorite Saying: 'Get off my back' Prophecy: Noted authority on world affairs, Eddie says the situation between the U.S. and Russia has reached a state of 'truth or consequences'. Betty J. Jones 'Hetz' Ambition: To be a psychia- trist Hobby: Records,men,sports Favorite Saying: 'How you talk! Wow!' Prophecy: I saw Betty the other day: It reminded me of her quaint alibi: 'I won't try to nass history. I like hrs. Boyes too much.' Ruth Jones 'Ruthie' Ambition: To be achildren' worker Hobby: Playing the piano Favorite Saying: 'Jeminy Christmas' Prophecy: Ruth, member of the United Nations' Child Welfare Board, has been assigned tolpwer Slobovia to teach Slobovian waifs how to capture wolves - bare handed. George Kacsanek 'K.C.' Ambition: Follow in my pop's'footsteps Hobby: Enjoying life Favorite Saying: 'Awgyywan' Prophecy: George joined the navy to sail around the world. How did he know he'd be stationed in Alaska? Barbara Lee Kennedy 'Babs' Ambition: To travel around and see the world Hobby: Crocheting, driving Dad's car Favorite Saying: 'Just ain't no more' Prophecy: Quaker Puffed Wheat is coming outghmmass production since they started shooting it from machine guns instead of cannons. Barbara takes the credit for the improvement. Denver Gene Kidd Ambition: To get through college Hobby: Reading Prophecy: 'Pay to the order of Denver Gene Kidd, M.D., two pigs, for treatment of sick wife.' Hiram Haystack Cwrit by hand? Q f' M ,f "" J 'T ' J X: an -. '-.1 . Victor Kincaid 'Vic' Ambition: To be a success Hobby: Saving postcards, listening to the radio' Prophecy: Victor has only one goal in life. To be called on 'Stop the Music'. Donovan Kline 'Donnie' Ambition: To be successful Hobby: Collecting anything and everything, photography Favorite Saying: 'Oh Bologna!' Prophecy: Don has made a fortune teaching high school 'Don Juans' how to raise girl-getting mustaches. Dan Kmet 'Alliance' Ambition: To retire when 21 Hobby: Going to church Favorite Saying: 'censored' Prophecy: Tarzan and a searching party of apes have spread out to hunt for Dan who got lost taking a walk through Africa. Natalie Knappenberger 'Annie' Ambition: To be successful Hobby: Scrapbooks of every- thing Favorite Saying: 'Oh no' Prophecy: In Natalie's new job she has to look, look, and keep looking. She's the first girl forest ranger. Elinor Elizabeth Koma 'Elno' Ambition: To be an interior decorator Hobby: Talking Favorite Saying:'Dropdead' Prophecy: Elinor has re- turned to,Garfield to do unto new girls as Miss Poe did unto her -teach gym. , ,L 4.--lniw W William Kovalick 'Head' Ambition: Togo to college Hobby: Records by Frankie Laine Prophecy: Wild Bill Kovalick, theFrankSinatra of the cow country, and Le Pages, the oldesthorse- in the movies, are appear- ing in person this weekon the stage of the State Theater, Akron's quality show house. Evelyn Kozy 'Cozy' Ambition: To get rich and to sleep Hobby: Eating, loafing Favorite Saying: 'How fine' Prophecy: Evelyn and Bud Dunn have been happily married for several years- but not to each other- they broke up soon after they became alumni. John Kuhar 'Johnny' Ambition: Tobezumengineer Hobby: Photography Favorite Saying: 'Details' Prophecy: John CD. Rocke- fellerb Kuhar has joined the ranks of America'sbig business 'typhoons',making more money than Carter has little pills. Terry,Lay 'Terry' Ambition: To become adoctor Hobby: Courting Evelyn Favorite Saying:'Dropdead' Prophecy: Here's something that may surprise you.Terry got married to Evelyn File soon after graduation. Barbara Lockhart 'Barb' Ambition: To be a dancer Hobby: Dancing, swimming Favorite Saying: '0h! foot' Prophecy: Barbara has realized her life-long am- bition to dance onthe stage She has star-billing under the stage name, 'Bubbles'. J- L iii 4: 5.2 3353 52" f it :iff ii 'if .mt ,,,, ,. fi! dll! 2. Q: -fits.: : X, - ,. va gk fl., - sf' ' 5 1 Jacquelyn Long 'Jackie' Ambition: To findnqfideal and succeed himylifework Hobby: Ice skating, bowling and dancing Favorite Saying: 'You know what I mean' Prophecy: Sports pagehead- line: 'Jacquelyn LongBowls 58th Straight PerfectGame! Girl Bowler Establishes New World's Record' Joan Louthan 'Joannie' Ambition: To be a kinder- garten teacher Hobby: Going to school Favorite Saying: '0h, joyl' Prophecy: Joan is the most popular kindergarten teacher in Akron due to her knack for blowing beautiful bubbles with bubble gum. Jean Lowrey 'Jeannie' Ambition: To be a private Secretary to S0me big executive Hobby: Bowling, dancing Favorite Saying: 'You know it' Prophecy: Jean earnedenough money drawing shapely women to take her long trip west and see the sights. Bob Luck 'Smuck' Ambition: To have all forms of work made illegal Hobby: Baseball andbasket- ball Favorite Saying: 'Man the shovels' Prophecy: Bob wouldn't join the army because they didn't ask him nicely, so they drafted him. Al Luxeder 'Lux' Ambition: To bea printer Hobby: Sports Favorite Saying: 'That's the breaks, Ace' Prophecy: Al is the new proprietor of that swanky down-town night spot, the Jay Teen. Joe Macken 'Sonny' Ambition: To win Joyce Jordon and become a M.D. Hobby: Stamps and riding my motorcycle Favorite Saying: 'You bet, Kid' Prophecy: 'Flyin' Joe' Mackin, M.D., piloted his plane through a terrific Rocky Mountain blizzard to operate on a sick cow yesterday. Deloras Magazzeni 'Lottie' Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Skating, bowling Favorite Saying: 'Honest!' Prophecy: Ever since the Beacon Journal started running 'Rex Morgan-M.D.' Deloras has wanted to be a nurse. Robert K. Malmberg 'Bob' Ambition: To be a college graduate Hobby: Music and ice skating Favorite Saying: 'Oh pooey' Prophecy: The way Bob play the violin can be compared to the technique of only one man, Jack Benny. Mary Lou Mares 'Louie' Ambition: Tomakemy millions. Hobby: Watching football games Favorite Saying: 'I about lost my mind' Prophecy: Mary Lou is teaching physical educa- tion at Vassar. Those Charles Atlas courses do wonders for girls. Thomas Marshall 'Jughead' Ambition: To succeed in anything Hobby: Girls Favorite Saying: 'I'm hungry' Prophecy: Tom finally com- siders himself a success. Why not? He's got a wife and five sons. f,Jl"1M N-,P "'TT':Q" Ga, . M YT 3 ,ffcr fk, gwlgg . ga' 21. iw 5 E. in Q ' i xx 429 Zig .,,.: ., Don Martin 'Don' Ambition: To become a commercial artist Hobby: Drawing and going places Favorite Saying: 'Dangerous' Prophecy: Don CSabuJ is the new head of the N.A.E.W.B. CNational Association of Elephant Water Boysl local No. 2. Doris Martin 'Moris' Ambition: To get married Hobby: Twirling a baton Favorite Saying: 'You know' Prophecy: It is rumored thatifthe vinesthatcover Doris and Jimmy Woodring's honeymoon cottage were re- moved the house would cave in. Dorothy Martin 'Butch' Ambition: To be a radio singer Hobby: Ben Favorite Saying: 'Uh huh' Prophecy: When 'poor Mirrium' died from an overdose of Irium, her position was promptly filled by Dorothy, young singing star. Emery Martin Ambition: To be a cavity hunter Hobby:,Grindstone Favorite Saying: 'You al- ways get what you want if you try' Prophecy: Emery has a lot of pull in society. He's a dentist on West Hill. Pauline McCarter 'Paulie' Ambition: To be a success in life Hobby: Talking and dating Favorite Saying: 'Fiddle-lee-dee' Prophecy: Everything is just 'sew-sew' withPauline, whose hobby led her toopen her own sewing shop, 'McCarter Lake, Inc. , X l I Loretta Jane McEwan WRedaN Ambition: To be a famous dress designer Hobby: Designing my own clothes Favorite Saying: WCheeeezeW Prophecy: Famous modern artist exposed! Loretta admits forging her name to her six year old child's first grade masterpieces. Charles McGary WC.L.H Ambition: To find a real life dinosaur Hobby: Lizard skinning Favorite Saying: HLeaping lizardsn Prophecy: A modern George Gershwin is C.L.g his latest song sensation is: Ulf the Bed Caves In,Dear, I'll See You In The Springu Marilou McKnight WMarcieu Ambition: To see California and New Orleans Hobby: Dancing and boys Favorite Saying: uYou're kiddingn Prophecy: Famous flying ace of the Women's Air Force, Marilou, has just broken all speed records in her hopped-up Piper Cub hot rod. Robert McNeil Ambition: To bezimortician Hobby: Stamps, fishing Prophecy: Bob, mortician extraordinary, offers the only coffin with hot and cold running water. Fred Meitzer NFreddyu Ambition: To be a man Hobby: Driving the Blue Dragon Favorite Saying: 'Heaven's to Betsyw Prophecy: Fred has followed in Jack Benny's footsteps by leaving N.B.C. to go to C.B.S. A It 5 '5 ,gp s E , :,:, Q . :Hi Gene Mencer -NSatchW Ambition: To own a car 27 feet long Hobby: Figures Favorite Saying: uWhat's a matter, boyn Prophecy: nTyroneN Mencer is suing his heart-broken wife, Lana Turner, for divorce in favor ofauiearly wedding with Jane Russell. Leonard Mergenov Ambition: To go to college Hobby: Mumbly peg Favorite Saying: Nhello, Mr. Kidder' Prophecy: Leonard is really a hard-headed businessman - according to some it's solid concrete. Junior Miller WJuneW Ambition: To get rich Hobby: Girls Favorite Saying: NHolycow' Prophecy: J. ULujack' Miller joined the football Nhall of famen today when he passed the ball forty yards into his own arms to beat Army 7-6. Merline Miller WDimplesW Ambition: To live in the new world Hobby: Reading and listen- ing to the radio Favorite Saying: u0h, my goodnessn Prophecy: Louella Parsnips reports: 'Saw Merline out with - you'll never guess - a boy! Surprisedln Doris Mokros Ambition: To be a book- keeper Hobby: Movies Favorite Saying: WGood griefn Prophecy: Doris still likes to go to shows and read - a nice trick if you can do it, considering how dark theatres are. Bob Montgomery HMugsyn Ambition: To havezunambition Hobby: Collecting girls Favorite Saying: WYou kill men Prophecy: Bob is anxious to get married to a girl- any girl! Cross-eyed: bow- legged: he doesn't care! Just so it's a girl. Gloria Morgovan nGlon Ambition: To be always on the go Hobby: Writing letters to interesting people Favorite Saying: NTul View Prophecy: Gloria hasopened an A 5 P across from her dad's independent store. At night dull thuds andhorrible screams can be heard from the Morgovan home. Donovan Moye ubicku Ambition: To raise a happy family Hobby: Photography, court- ing Eleanor Favorite Saying: NPay men Prophecy: with his wife, Eleanor, Dick has gone to the country to take pictures of the birds and bees, pre- paring for the day whenJr. asks questions. Alan Mowder NAl' Ambition: To get out of school on time Hobby: Photography Favorite Saying: nHeckfire' Prophecy: Independent to- bacco grower, F.E. CAll Mowder from Lexington, Ky. says, HI been smoking 'Smogies' for nigh on toten years. 'Bout time I changed my brand!' Otto Muha nPepperW Ambition: To be a success in life Hobby: Baseball, girls Favorite Saying: nOh, Samn Prophecy: New sensational cowboy star Otto CPrairie Dogl says the secret to his success is Fred Meitzer's guitar. X F""'N -X iff wr. . X,,gw.::f: M www w arww' Lowell Mulhollen Ambition: To get to Mrs. Porter's rhetoric class on time Hobby: Short blonds Favorite Saying: nC.0.D.H Prophecy: I went to East Market Gardens the other night and saw Lowell having a wonderful time sitting dances out. Aileen Neidert nLoleenn Ambition: To own a blue Buick convertible Hobby: Dancing, football Favorite Saying: 'This is a man's worldn Prophecy: The new driving instructor at Garfield is Mr. Anderson's star pupil Aileen CMash-a-fenderD. 9 Janice Niemeyer Ambition: Tour the world Hobby: Dowling, dancing, swimming, fishing Favorite Saying: 'Oh pifflen Prophecy: Janice is a mother to 150 children since her appointment as superin- tendent of HToddling Totsu Children's Home. Robert Normington Ambition: To be rich Hobby: Rifle shooting Favorite Saying: nGeezu Prophecy: Hob broke an arm taking one of his long trips last week. His trip started at the top of the cellar stairs. Nancy Olis NNancen Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Red Favorite Saying: Wwhoa, sir, boy' Prophecy: Nancy CSister Kenny? Olis has just cured several patients of Wslobbovian jitters', the mystery disease which swept Dogpatch. iiiiiuli ii.iii..-..--.....-ii Jeanette Louise Orban nJayW Ambition: To be a housewife Hobby: Johnny Favorite Saying: WOh, fooey' Prophecy: From school bells to wedding bells was the way it went for Jeanette. She got married as soon as she graduated from good old G.H.S. John Orchosky 'Jack' Ambition: To retire at 30 Hobby: Motors Favorite Saying: 'HyDadio' Prophecy: Signing his dis- charge papers after eight years in the Army, Johngot so excited he signed up for eight more years by mistake. Keep smiling, John! Teddy Owens 'Ted' Ambition: To succeed Hobby: Girls anywhere between 14-19 Favorite Saying: 'I'll be didaly, dad burnedn ' Prophecy: Latest addition to Ted's group of homes is the fabulous Venus De Milo Arms apartments. Ray Panetti Ang' Ambition: To do as well as my dad did ?kWf?ra .--- . 'X f -523 AZT XM. A L Mm ::::. .. ,wa Qi 'W - 352225 it AE N .-,: ,,.,,, V 5? ff. 1 R H , ,gfzr Hobby: Listening to records gf wh xx yj? Q gp g?' f by Sinatra and Doris Day Favorite Saying: wYouvll don yygg 1 fi? ,gggg-.p Prophecy: Ray is going to open a men's ready-to-wear store in southern California where he will specialize in snow shoes and winter wear- I gl , 5 ing apparel. i5"g. Eleanor Pantea 'Alu lv"Hfy """" ' Ambition: Favorite Prophecy: bought a pass for To finish school 1 M Eleanor has Q season football WI, all Garfield games every year. Loyalty and school spirit. Nah! She QQ just likes football. x7 Saying: 'Gads' 'V S23 SQXZTJ? ' H as H L ,A Barbara Perez 'Babs' Ambition: To travel Hobby: Ice skating Favorite Saying: nOh, cornn Prophecy: Barbara held down the left end position on the Vassar U. line fChorus line, that ish for four years. Helen Peters: nDizzyW Ambition: To make a good wife and be happy Hobby: Spending all the time I can with 'Woody' Favorite Saying: 'Boy, you know it' Prophecy: Helen Peters is still waiting for someone named nwoody' to get her on a slow boat to Guam. Helen Petras 'Ace' Ambition: To be successful Hobby: Swimming, tennis, roller skating Favorite Saying: W0h, yeahn Prophecy: Helen is rolling in millions and a lot of fine stories with her new position as a traveling sales woman. Betty Lee Phillips Ambition: To be a secre- tary or a housewife Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: 'I lost my mind' Prophecy: Remember when every red-bloodedAmerican boy had a picture ofBetty Grable? Now they've switched to Betty Lee Phillips. Bruce Pope 'Lefty' Ambition: To be a COBCIIOP professional baseball player. Prophecy: Saw WFireball' Pope last time I went up to see the Cleveland Indians play. He sold me some peanuts and popcorn. Judy Ports 'Potsie' or 'Fat' Ambition: To talk slow Hobby: Talking fast Favorite Saying: '0h, details' Prophecy: In the remakeof the old movie 'Tarzan and the Mermaid' Judy fEsther Williams? swam away with the part of the squadron leader of the mermaids. Q Y , 1 . ww 3 FEE ? , 5' as Y I "' fi Jennings Preisse 'Roscoe' Y Ambition: To be a new car salesman Hobby: Eating andsleeping Favorite Saying: 'Wow' Prophecy: The skies are filled with it: 'Honest Jennings Buys Cars' - and would sell them too ifhe'd just lower his prices. Eleanor Pressman 'Blue Eyes' Ambition: Toseethe world Hobby: Tennis, letter writing Favorite Saying: 'Be serious' Prophecy: Saw Eleanor the other day down in the park. She was still trying to beat Emil Dobrinat tennis with the usual results. Robert Reed 'Bob' Ambition: To be a photo- grapher Hobby: Photography Favorite Saying: 'Maingy' Prophecy: Noted Hollywood columnist Louella Parsnips picks Bob CHopalong Cassidyl Reed as outstand- ing screen hero of 1959. Katy Reeder 'Toby' Ambition: To finish school Favorite Saying: 'Gee Whiz' Prophecy: Saw Katy snooping around Garfield the other day-probably still looking for the purse Bob Reed took from her and hid in the dark room in 1948. ... dm. Q . fi S Q Q iwkga if , is k :I git x f if 3 if S f' ,.. -'-' 1 -,.:2 ' .guru Emi -'Ik ,F ESQ ' . .f3:LL..,..,1,"",.f , ,Av , aAi.pgW! Duane Reeves 'Skipper' Ambition: To become a con- cert vocalist Hobby: Music and dramatics Favorite Saying: 'Details' Prophecy: Duane Reeves is the new featured vocalist on the 'Contented Hour'. Rumor has it that his crooning keeps the Carnation cows contented. Betty Relic 'Boots' Ambition: To finish school Favorite Saying: 'For corn sake' Prophecy: Sign in Betty's beauty shop - 'Special today - With the 38.00 permanent you get thedope on three forthcoming divorces in your neighbor- hood. Bruce Renner 'Redhead' Ambition: To get out of school Hobby: Sleeping Prophecy: At 21 Bruce re- tired from business a millionaire. By the time he was 22 he had spent all his money and was starting out on a promising career as a bum. Beverly Repaskey 'Bev' Ambition: To grow up Hobby: Doing homework Favorite Saying: 'Nothing' Prophecy: Beverly always liked to travel, so she and Ed Graham made a little trip to the Court House and got married. Betty Ringwalt 'Betty' Ambition: To become the first woman President of the U.S.A. Hobby: Dancing, records, boys Favorite Saying: 'For corn sake' Prophecy: I guess Betty showed those fellows who say there's no place for women in politics! Shewas elected the first woman President on the Pots and Pans Ticket. L , Lois Hitchey Ambition: To be a nurse Hobby: Dancing, reading, baby sitting Favorite Saying: Nutsn Prophecy: Lois received a safety medal from the Sum- mit Fast Freight Co. last week. She is the safest truck driver on the road. N Jack Robinson ukobien Ambition: For a certain somebody to take notice Hobby: Hecords and JoDy Favorite Saying: WLapizn Prophecy: Jack is the new manager of the Jottum Down Store replacing Lum and Abner. Clara Rogojan Ambition: To live a wonder- ful life, loafing and talk- ing Favorite Saying: 'Serious' Prophecy: Hostess at Al's Blue Bowl, recommends to- day's special: Horsetail soup a la harness with a side dish of cole slaw Cmade from either hard or soft coali. Gene Rose WRosieW Ambition: To sleepall day Hobby: Girls Favorite Saying: 'You know what I mean' Prophecy: After working for 'nigh on to ten years, Gene has finally decided his plans for the future. He's going to keep on working. Betty Hudie Ambition: To go to Cali- fornia Hobby: Dancing Favorite Saying: nOh fishn Prophecy: He: Wwho spilled mustard on this waffle, dearest?' His young bride Betty: n0h Bob, how could you? This is lemon pie!' 415' vw, in Delores Saloiye WDW Ambition: To be a nurse Hobbies: Running here and there I Favorite Saying: n0h peanut buttern Prophecy: After four years in post graduate nursing school, and four years practical experience in a hospital, Delores Saloiye was able to get a job as nurse on the program nYoung Doctor Malonen, over CHS. Catherine Saunders HHatien Ambition: To be a success- ful homemaker Hobby: Reading, hiking, bicycling Favorite Saying: WYe Gadsln Prophecy: Catherine Saunders is the author of the cur- rent best seller, WA Tale of Two Cities', written about her trip to New York and Brooklyn. Patricia Saurer NPat' Ambition: To graduate from Garfield High. Hobby: Sleeping, eating Favorite Saying: nhhy suren Prophecy: Pat Saurer's love for 12 inch hot dogs re- sulted in her perfecting the first 24 inch hot dog. Al Schaefer WAln Ambition: Stay single Hobby: Model building Favorite Saying: 'You bet kidn Prophecy: Han'some Al is still going steady with him- self. He just can't tear himself away from thexuirror. Charlie Scruggs UBig Hedu Ambition: To play in agood Combo Hobby: Fair maidens, young ladies, girls Prophecy: When Charlie isn't playin' hot jazz in his own combo, he's still going steady with his high school sweetheart Rosy Palms. Margaret Sekel 'Margie' Ambition: To be asecretary or housewife Hobby: Dancing and men Favorite Saying: 'I almost died laughing' and 'Honest' Prophecy: 'Sonja' Sekel is starring in 'Ice Capades of 195U' at Cleveland Arena this week. barrene Seyfried 'Shorty' Ambition: To graduate Hobby: 'Sandy' Favorite Saying:-'0h,nuts!' 5 Prophecy: 'Presenting Warrcne Seyfried, Girl Chemist,' the story that answers the question: Can a girl of ninety be happy living with a mad doctor? Paul Sheeks 'Pep' Ambition: 'To have success in my ambition Hobby: Golf, parties, basketball Favorite Saying: 'Beat it, kid' Prophecy: Rich young busi- ness man and authority on world affairs, Paul has this to say concerning world peace: 'Only a war can pre vent it. Charles Sheffler 'Chuck' Ambition: To keep a certain little girl happy Hobby: Sports Favorite Saying: 'That's life' Prophecy: A beggar com- mented that the bill which the rich young philan- thropist, Chuck, had given him was counterfeit. Sheffler said: 'You may keep it for your honesty.' June Shingler 'Bugsy' Ambition: To be a social service worker Hobby: Playing in band. Favorite Saying: 'Oh poodle pills'. Prophecy: June took over as head librarian in the Gar- field literary center when Miss Himebaugh was dis- charged for overcharging students on their overdue books. ,ff my Sm- il! Nylfanfy .ammiaj l SES Q, r 8, as ,.,., 1 S 1 :,,y. E jdvi if S f my 'R Y W swf t :ww . , ae. I ,gm,-Hier 3 ---I Patricia Smith 'Pat' Ambition: To beaisecretary Hobby: Bowling Favorite Saying: 'Isn't that hideous' Prophecy: Pat, after making Scrap metal of four nice, new, shiny cars, decided she didn't want to learn to drive after all. Patricia Lou Spencer 'Pat' Ambition: To be a good secretary Hobby: Dancing, bowling, swimming Favorite Saying: 'La-te-da' Prophecy: Pat Spencer has joined the Red Barn Folk Dancers at Shorty's BigHed Barn. That girl just loves to square dance. Bill Steele 'Speed' Ambition: To be a success Hobby: Model airplanes, women, sports Favorite Saying: 'That's life' Prophecy: Bill got a job working for his Uncle CSaml soon after he left dear old G.H.S. Barbara Steinbeck 'Bobbie' Ambition: To be married on Bride and Groom' Hobby: Bowling, and being with George Favorite Saying: 'No kidding?' Prophecy: Yes! Here it is time for another prograniof 'Bride and Groom', bring- ing you the blow-by-blow description of the wedding of Barbara to George George. IV Robert Stevenson 'Steve' Ambition: To have my own radio show Hobby: Women, song Favorite Saying: 'Nuts' Prophecy: Bob reminds people: 'Serve Mother Slurpos Soup to guests so they won't come back,'each weekday morning on 'Portia Faces John's Other Wife.' Paul Stewart Ambition: To be a minister Hobby: Collecting records, resting Prophecy: Paul used to talk in his sleep: now he talks in other people's. He's a preacher. Zelda Stewart 'Snookums' Ambition: To be a success Hobby: Hating French fries Favorite Saying: 'Howcome' Prophecy: Zelda wasrecently voted 'The Most Successful Wife of 1955'. Her secret of success: She always feeds husband Wayne his favorite food-milkshakes and French fries. Della Stroup 'Stella Droup' Ambition: To get through college Hobby: Cheer leading, piano playing Favorite Saying: 'Ugga Boo, ugga boo, uggo boo boougga' Prophecy: Della CLeather Lungsl Stroup led theAkron University rooters in cheering for four years - and in so doing developed a fine bass voice. John K. Stump 'Kenny' Ambition: To get through college Hobby: Music, sandlot baseball Favorite Saying: '0h, well!' Prophecy: Talk about opti- mists -John, without acent to his name, went into a restaurant and ordered oysters, feeling positive that he would find in them a pearl'to pay for the meal. Martha Suder 'Ginger' Ambition: To become a nurse Hobby: Horseback riding, homework Favorite Saying: 'Oh Piffel and Hi Kid' Prophecy: Martha Suder took a nursing job at City Hospital, hoping to meet young Dr. Kildare and get her chance in movies. ,V 'Q ,fa-X 1, Q: wwf WPS: HCM l Ronald Sutherland 'Ronnie' Ambition: To be a profes- sional bowler Hobby: Amateur radio Prophecy: Ronnie has per- fected what promises to be the new vogue in home en- tertainment: Smelevision Ctelevision that smellsl. He got his idea from some of the early television broadcasts. Frederick Sweitzer 'Fritz' Ambition: To get rich with- out working Hobby: Loves to eat Favorite Saying: 'It's too hard for me,I can't do it' Prophecy: 'Are you a 97 pound weakling? In two years I can build you up to a 98 pound weakling. Enroll now in the 'Big Biceps' strength course at Fred Sweitzer's Gym.' Mary Telea 'Taffy' Ambition: Togetz goodjob Hobby: Drawing pinups Favorite Saying: 'Heavenly days' Prophecy: Mary finally met that tall, blue-eyed man she always dreamed of when she visited Polsky's at Christ- mas time and saw Santa Claus Don E. Thomas 'Clem' Ambition: To flick history successfully Hobby: Avoiding work Favorite Saying: 'Horsefeathers' Prophecy: With a fleet of shiny model A's, Don is entering the taxicab field in competition with the City and the G.I. boys. Don R. Thomas 'Don H' Ambition: To be a success Favorite Saying: 'Hot dog' Prophecy: Scientist, Don R. Thomas says there is positively no life on the moon and offers the expla- nation that perhaps the moonshine killed them all. Lela Tomblin 'Lee' Ambition: To become anurse Hobby: Getting acquainted with icemen Favorite Saying: 'Flubby dub' Prophecy: Scene in City Hospital: Nurse Lee beckoned to one of a group of expectant fathers and announced: 'You havea fine son.' Immediately another man popped up: 'What's the idea? I was here before he was.' Lois Tomlinson 'Blondie' Ambition: To own a modern drugstore Hobby: Ice skating and dancing Favorite Saying: 'You know what I mean', and 'Stupid' Prophecy: Lois Tomlinson owns the most modern drug- store in the city. Shesells everything from sundaes to sofas except medicine. Angela Mary Tricaso 'Angie' Ambition: To be a seamstress Hobby: Making my own clothes Favorite Saying: 'Are you kidding?' Prophecy: If you called Angela Tricasi an old'sew and sew' you'd be about right: she's a seamstress at the 'Rosy Posy' dress shop. Carl Valcanoff 'Chuck' Ambition: To live an easy life Hobby: Mechanics Favorite Saying: 'You don't say' Prophecy: Successful Carl has the shoe shine conces- sion at the court house now. Anna Weil 'Anh' Ambition: To work for a lawyer Hobby: Taking pictures, bowling Favorite Saying: 'You know' Prophecy: Anna is.asso- ciated with the law firm: Fergeson, Fergeson, Ferge- son, and Jones. She's married to the president, Bill Smith. June Wenker 'Junie' Ambition: To get married in 1952 Hobby: Collecting statues of horses Favorite Saying: 'Well say' Prophecy: June gave up her idea of becoming a psychia- trist. She decided she didn't look enough like Ingrid Bergman. Patricia Ann Wernecke 'Pat' Ambition: To have acareer Hobby: Walking and football games Favorite saying: 'I thought I'd die' Prophecy: Substitute teach- ers often have to step in for Pat because of 'acute- indigestion'. If I knowher it's more than likely 'a- cute-engineer'. Jerldean Wilborn 'Jerry' Ambition: To go to Latin American Institute Hobby: Talking to ice men Favorite Saying: 'Drop Dead' Prophecy: Mrs. Boyes would be proud of the way Jerry is carrying on her history class in the fine old Boyes' tradition. Eleanor Williams 'Skippy' Ambition: To marry, have four children Hobby: Reading and Donovan Favorite Saying: 'OhDonn1e' Prophecy: Don and 'Skip' got married soon after leaving school and set to work raising a flock of bouncing baby 'Moye's'. Walter Wise 'Wally' Ambition: To retire assoon as I retire from the Army Hobby: Getting into trouble and out of work Favorite Saying: 'Bless Bess' Prophecy: Dashing, debonair man-about-town, Walter,has society in a flutter try- ing to guess which lucky girl he'll date next. 1 Richard Wolf 'Wolfn Ambition: To play the clarinet Hobby: Girls, women, troubl Favorite Saying: 'Oh, neat' Prophecy: Dick had toleave college after only one semester because of in- juries. He sprained his ukelele finger. Jimmie Woodring nwoodyn Ambition: To be a horse doctor Hobby: Football and 'a girl' Prophecy: Dr. James Wood- ring, veterinarian, at the suggestion of wife Doris has worked out the first hospitalization plan for farm animals. Sally Worthington nMiken Ambition: To have fun and be happy Hobby: Readin' Ritin' Rich Favorite Saying: 'I d0n't know' Prophecy: Sally, majoring in speech for four yearsat Western Reserve, is play- ing the part of HelenKeller in the film Story of her life. RONALD COMPTON llff IN MEMORIAM Dorothy Yarbrough uDotn Ambition: To finish high school Hobby: Going to school Favorite Saying: Wwhen I finish schooln Prophecy: Dorothy Yarbrough eats apples everywhere she goes, hoping to find one like the one that put Snow White to sleep. Hoping for a Prince Charming? Nah! She's just sleepy. Mary Anne Yarbrough WMay Wann Ambition: To finish high school in June Hobby: Showing off my Southern accent Favorite Saying: nYou alln Prophecy: WMary Anne Yar- brough, Congresswoman,W is the success story of the month in this issue of Good Housekeeping. Wallace Zimmerman WZimmN Ambition: To go to college on G I Bill of Rights Hobby: Loafing Favorite Saying: What? Prophecy: Wallace Zimmerman got so bored bowling 300 every game that he decided to give his opponent a chanceandbowl with his feet. ll il HThink of him faring on, as dear In the love of There, as the love of Here. Think of him still as the same, I say He is not dead: he is just away.n , The teachers and the students of Garfield High were saddenedlqfthe news ofthe sudden death of Ronald Compton on February 22. - Riley We remember Ronald, or NRedn as his companions called him, as a friendly person with a pleasant greeting and a ready smile. He hada.capacity for making friends and keeping them. One of his chief pleasures was being outdoors where he enjoyed camping, hiking and following trails through the woods. Since this meant so much to him, it seems particu- larly fitting that the last moments of his short life were spent in these surroundings that he loved so well. i.iiu Gerald Bronson 'Jerry' Ambition: To be a florist Hobby: Stamp collecting Favorite Saying: W0h non Prophecy: In the dog house, hubby? Say it with flowers. Our roses have the biggest mouths in town, even big- ger than your wives'. Call Gerald Bronson's Florist Shop. Dean Handwerk Ambition: To be professor of biology Hobby: Gold fish Favorite Saying: Ulf there's a will, there's a wayn Prophecy: Heard in Garfield gym on registration day: nTake old Handwerk for English. He's a stupe. You'll pass with 90's.W Ed. note! Lies! Lies! All lies! John Noonan nlrish' Ambition: Radio Announcer Hobby: Women Favorite Saying: nLet me alone, I want to sleepln Prophecy: The repeated playing by Disk JockeyJohn is responsible for the success of the hit song: WI've Lost My Glasses -I Wonder Who's Kissing Me Now.N PICTURES NOT SUBMITTED Jim Chapman WClum' Ambition: To be a base- ball manager. Hobby: Sleeping Favorite Saying: 'Haste makes waste' Prophecy: nBetter things are coming tomorrow: I'll just lie back and wait for them,' says Jim, America's most prominent bum, in ex- pressing his philosophy of life. Lois Hawkins Ambition: To bea housewife and be able tosleep late Hobby: Ted Dick, scrapbooks and talking, Prophecy: Looks like Lois will have to put off being a successful housewife un- til Uncle Sam gets through with Ted Dick James Norman nJimH Ambition: To become a chemist Hobby: Stamp collecting, sleeping Favorite Saying: By golly Prophecy: Jim CLouis PasteurD has perfected a method of pasteurizing milk-weed for the starving children of Europe. N Il Dick Schreier WAbieN Ambition: Own a beautiful Plymouth Hobby: Beautiful girls Favorite Saying: To the Waterloo Prophecy: Dick Schreier has changed his hobby to repairing old cars and motorcycles-according to a report from his wife. CI believe hen-peeked is the wordQ Margaret Hammet Ambition: To find out what makes people tick Hobby: Music, art Favorite Saying: 'No, kiddingn Prophecy: Margaret is still trying to find what she's looking for. Earl Lucas Ambition: To finish college Hobby: Hunting, swimming and ice skating Favorite Saying : nwhatcha doing tonite?N Prophecy: Earl packed up and left for California right after commencement. He had to. Mr. Kidder was getting hot on his trail. Marjorie Smith 'MargieN Ambition: To travel Hobby: Horseback riding Favorite Saying: nFiddle E dee' Prophecy: Heard at the circus: 'And in the second ring we see, mounted on the beautiful white stallion, Marjorie Smith, the famous bareback rider. K 4' Qg f fwlw. ' 1, -be ,-:- -.I .-.. g . f , 54:5 3 V, I 5 - f9W2Qg?Ei5wHQ5QevfgF wig .':,. Q g.:".i:f:.I'I ,,. sir ., fg,,:'ig,wN gg W Q ,Q , f ,,i, 45 ,wwe'?k M Ref FQ ,f6w?nWi'3g'f' :'1 ""- Us TEEN W 5 2 'E W ggwqgff F' 'A" Kf'fQi!Zg2 Q? m.q4vt,,, ., I 5., iff 4 MWF 2 1' ',,m1i i,. 5 " il' 4 ia,HtV 3?flr.Vfg? N sa 1 ,A,,v . .. A-.l A- Pat Schultz and Mary Ellen Barrow. Paul and Dorothy Hreha' The one on the left is Don Kline. The three Edwards brothers Roger, Rich, and Bob. Freda and that certain marine. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Harmata - just kidding of course. Joanne Butterworth and B'1 - Lover Lee makes hay while sun shines. 1 1 Ralnes or . f Iinlq- :M Q F I ,K V ., f' ,.,. .r if mm Q ' , Sw ,'.,,1 -reef' T35 ol i V3 , W A ,T .1 fl , ., if if dl? W .Q ,gg ' .M X yfx ?3Q5qFf wb g5R?W??f?Li7 ?7siE2 wff'?2Wfi'v W K .,,.. :gl 4 ,vm , Rf . Qjgifirw fy' L so 'Q . 1: wer 1.1, wwwxwmmn Ugsgggfgigggi ! " 5 ' f'fE'- f I 5235: "x ii J Leif 5 qxgMH',L?wm QD ?':ieMoL5522?ggQgg? ,gwe Y F- 'r?Q55e A Hu H, ,.,. 4 ,Era D, kfkayi x ll TQQQ Q QQ? ...4, Moye and Donovan Eleanor williams MARTHA SUDER 1 T553W?i3 A .,.. ...., . , ,, 2,'h lion ,,uasgaq1g X w YQw5iQe,Sr -M , VQQQQ gywe h ,,Pp' ,fix , W , , , . lg f- , ff Ae 7' i wg N 95235 Barbara Lockhart, Bob Murphy, m?X ' A W'MM,' Y Betty Jones and Bob Fagan x 5,4 rw -,W emo 4 Connie Ehgle B111 Ray, Don Kline, Dorothy Hreha, Donna Michael ,Nl .1 . K if L. Mulholl en J Dean and gobsgysijrgzs The Chorus Line Lee Faull registers xxx-MD-sh Ay, Nw? Q. Le 4153- A -IUNIORS ' w W ' " """" JUNIORS Qi 1 ur:-lumumzn 5 r L 5 i S0 P H O M O R FS 1. i I 1 I r 1 i x 4 a M ,M,,,,,. xg 5 FRESHMEN WNW Lf: um,z-:mnmmnn W""""w..., 1 2 1.1 --n. SHMEN f' 3 A SNAP SHCTS UNDERCLASSMEN -f-it so 225, is MN H' 4 5 in :IV . M xi gg W S , .,.,:, ,,. . . Guess who? naw awk These freshmen be gin school with a smile. W That was 21 10t of fun' s.-u .eglsuranlon - September '48s ,,,.., -.f Mi s J Smith's freshman homeroom- S 0 The Az ..- f se two freshmen to the left look a - so does Wolfe. l J 9' 322 bit confused vii N 0 . no I! s I X , 1 Y 'i W2 vm- CA 'X' yfgffg' gseibiil H !'lAQ'iu A , Nutr. 4 , N, f ' Kiwi 5,22 V Ex . EAM? 'git 1 I W M Q fl! yfmxffl S pf f fx, i, J ,, . I 4 " f , ' s ' N 41 ' ' A 4' '. 5' V, Wff! Ury? if fff tiff I 1 'vfff f 'I , l I it ' Seated: A. Harmata, J. Shlngler, J. Vargo, M. Allen, D. Carter, S. Worthington, R. Edwards, F. Meitzer, J. Mlsner, P. Sidley, S. Harroun, A. Ringwalt. Row A: M. Hablck, R. Watts, M. Miller, N. Warderf J. Fisk, D. Earlenbaugh, B. Lockhart, R. Gallzlo, I. Sterner, M. Kuzemchak, B. Reshenburg, F. Frlsone, T, Steele. Row B: M. Rector, D. Bean, E. Kaiser, A. Stover, P. Myers, D. Hoffman, M. Suder, J. Benn, D, Quisenberry, E. McClain, B. Lee, R. Hervol, L. Frlsone. Row C: M. Kern, N. Culberson, D. Kenley, G Patterson, G. Dobrln, Y. Deer, S. Markwood, N. Sterling, C. McGary, J. Zimmerman, C. Warder, C Sheffler, J. Latona. Row 'D: C. Mills, A. Beatty, R. Edwards, R. Black, G. Figel. STUDENT COUNCIL Organized: 1938 Advisor: Miss Marjorie Skewes Purpose: To give the students a voice in the affairs of the GARFIELD PRESENTS DORIS MARTIN, school and to develop leader- ship and citizenship among the HOMECOMING QUEEN1A1'THE HALF OF Students - THE GARFIELD-CENTRAL GAME . OFFICERS Left to Right: Sally Worthington, treasurerg Doris Carter, secretaryg A1 Harmata, presidentgJuneShing1er, vice president. Row Row Row Row A: S. Bean, N. Cook, M. Allen, B. Allen, F. Hunter, B. Rlngwalt, P. Werneche, M. Telea, E. Koma. B. S. Hoover, J. Niemeyer, E. Pressman, P. McCarter, M. Mares, D. Michael, E. Kozy, W. Cook,M1ss Flint C: N. Culberson, J. Shingler, D. Isom, M. Kern, N. Molohosky, P. Lerch, J. Friday, Z. Stewart. D. F. Meltzer, G. Flgel, J. Likevich, R. Edwards, D. Carter, J. Vargo. N A'fI OliA.L IlO NCJR S O CIIETFY Organized: 1927 Advisors: Miss Lula Smith Miss Anna Mae Flint Purpose: To promote the ideals of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. OFFICERS Left to Right: Freda Hunter, treasurer, Joe Vargo, vice president, Richard Edwards, president, Pauline McCarter, secretary. PARENTS RENEW OLD MEMORIES AT BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT Now A: M. Sekel, S. Bean, C. Saunders, J. Butterworth, P. wernecke, B. Allen, N. Culberson, B. Lockhart, B. Jones, B. Phllllps, B. Rlngwalt, F. Hunter, J. McBride, M. Suder. Row B: W. Myles, E. Koma, M. Allen, S. Cathey, D. Corvelll, J. Huth, J. Louthan, P. McCarter, S. Hoover, C. Rogojan, B. Burk, E. Kozy, J. Niemeyer, S. Fullen, E. Radnof, Row C: G. Clugh, N. Cook, J. Adams, J. Calllet, P. Hembury,S.Wornh1ngton, H. Brown, E. Pressman, J. Shlngler, S. Oliver, M. Hodgklss, R. Hagmeyer, L. Tomlinson. Row Dr L. Casco, L. Richey, J. Black, A. Bynum, M. Glovlnozzo, M. Kern, D. Hreha, N. Molohosky, B. Perez, C. Neldert, H. Gron, N. Olls, R. Hagmeyer. I GIRLS GET TO- GETHER FOR BUSINESS MEETING. X OFFICERS Left to Right: Judy Ports, treasurerg June Shingler, vice presidentg Pauline McCarter, Secretaryg Nancy Culberson, presidentg Mary Ellen Barron, chaplain 'pp-nsnu .. . ...k qk.. . H D5""""X.. 1 H111 i H 'M' N I CANDIDATES FOR CALICO QUEEN B Lil TIRI Organized: 1926 Advisor: Mrs. William J. Miller Purpose: To form a fellowship of women and girls. Row A: N. Frankland, N. Perkins, I. Kllnchak, E. Frame, M. Westfall, M. Noonan, N. Beavon, I. Mitchell, G. Siladie, M. Labrozzl, R. Coleman, J. Lautenschlager, P. Case, D. Williams, R. Ondecke J. Neller, J. Zuelsdo N. Miller, R. Weigel. G. Ounland, M. Grimes, J. LIEZIIIE P. E. rr, J. B. D. en J. Row B: M. Smilyanlch, J. Durkln, F. Burkhart, FekeLe, B. Tuite, J. Essex, R. Galizio, D. Carter, P. Maslch, S. Jenkins, N. Jameson,h Lontchar, V. Betts. Row 0: J. Dye, B. Steiner, Loudermilk, E. Hartllne, N. Sterling, B.Butcher, Price, Y. Depue, R. Schelble, M. wysor, L. Judy, Freeman, M. McDougall. Row Df C. Dyer, P. Traster, M. Frantz, A. Long, B. Prentlss, D. Emery, S. McCormick, J. Tedrick, R. Wallace, D. Varner, M. O'Danlel, G. Tipton, P. Sldley. 13, Q Neff DONNA MICHAEL AND ATTENDANTS AFTER BEING CROWNED QUEEN OF THE 'SANTA SERENADEH. .55 W vs-I A A W I 353 '4T'5'3L FAX 'i 'w'w W' V TWhIS5WN2....M....llIWWWWWWWWWWHIIlllllllllElllllll.U...Mw M M ERS AND OFFICERS ATTEND ANNUAL INITIATION DELTA GAMMA HI-Y Organized: 1926 Advisors: John C. Griffith William L. Waggoner To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character. Purpose: OFFICERS Left to Right: Mr. Waggener, sponsorg Fred Meitzer, vice presidentg Jim Woodring, presidentg Tom Durkin, secre- Seated: R. Panetti, J. Kallenbach, L. Mulhollen, T. Vasuta, L. Balaj, R. Patterson, C. Burkholder, B. Reed, M. Mann, D. Harwood, T. Marshall, J. Zimmerman. Row A: Mr. Waggoner, K. Parker, R. Herbruck, J. Vidlcan, L. Mergenov, P. Vldikan, A. Collier, R. Stevenson, C. Sheffler, S. George, C. McGary, D. Martin, J. Vargo, D. Earlenbaugh, L. Faull, J. Sweeney, A. Luxeder. Row B: B. Arnott, G. Van Horn, R. Beachy, J. Landis, B. Dunn, J. Inman, D. Kline, D. Wolf, A. Harmata, T. Krengel, O. Muha, J. Misner, T. Steele, E. Tro1ke,D. Policy. Row C: J. Bond, R. Michael, J, Robinson, T. Morris, T. Durkln, P. Sheeks, D. wykotf, H. Kovac, J. Kirk, R. Joiner. R. Wells, J. Humphrey, F. Hawkins, F. Phllllpy, F. Meitzer. Row D: H. Beam. D. Whited, P. Schember, J. Woodrlng. B. Pope, G. Mencer, B. Renner, J. Fenton, S. Allen, C. Mills, E. Johnston. G. Dugan, J. Flunk, J. Thatch, B. Bathori. nb N nw W tary-treasurerg Ross Beachy, chaplain. ,imswjfh W gl 7 Lp, X KS? owA etz B R e Dobrln G Vargo D Hagmeyer Rlngwalt H Andrews J Gron . Cantrell. Row B. E.Re1ghard, . Keith, J. Cassidy, C. Watkins, . Arnott, D. Grau, B. Cofer, . Beatty. Row C: B. Shepard, R. D1Donato, J. Dall, B. Brown, C. Eisenhauer, D. Suter, J. DiC1nt1o, B. Repasky, R. Vargo. .,...4l""' .F f 4 an M. f 3' Cleaning up K PPA BETA HI-Y Organized 1938 Advisor Leroy Dietz Purpose To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character. OFFICERS - ..,.. many, 5 A4 Seated Left to Right: A. Ringwalt, G. Vargo, G. Dobrin. Standing Left to Right: B. Rice, Nsvh Lg? J. Gron, H. Andrews Row 1: P. Chisholm, S. Ford, J. Tate, A. Hill, J. Gross, B. Puskas, G. Burk, Z. Baer, S. Cheek, A. Klrk, L. Mumaw, D. Quisenberry, B. Duxberry, A. Marclnkoskl, R. Ferrell, I. Kordon, Row 2: J. Colopy, B. Moore, R. Giacomo, J. Haberkost, F. ,-. Rocci, J. Pusen, J. Gamble, M. Genoa, S. Stafford, E. McClain, wif' ggi N. Triola, S. Gross, M. Yuhas, R. May, M. Benton,Mrs.Benson. Afwj if Row 3: R, watts, M. Mlcey, A. Waters, R. Casper, F. Bates, ,X L. Fisher, B. Black, E. Meitzer, A. Benedum, L. Robertson, gf y .QE L J. Girlando, C. Lucas, I. Mrllk, E. Chewning. Row U: K. g Egg, my gf?-ju Bachman, M. Gretler, J. Gerber, V. Brown, 3. Harroun, B. Lee, ' fS'1 'yr 'fgfff J. Clevenger, J. Effland, D. Hanes, L. Juengel, S. Dodson, 3 fx? 1 li' -J, A. Milllgan, D. vegn. 'A,F , H'.- ,W Sr, , 1 if W P V P W! ' - Q g'f on . OFFICERS , fa r . A - 3 rd. me R9 s Left to Right: Jean Dixon, treasurerg .EQQQLVHV "l' A Dorothy Quisenbery, chaplaing Beverly , A Duxbery, secretaryg Sandra Harroun, , Q1QiQg ' 1' , presidentg Carole Lucas, vice president. if Q 3 Y 2 f . -f.,Q.1.w.. , , .iifffx i All J iguf 3-:,ggNrjv'Gbw'P QYFEEW1 '?LfgsV i . ...:x. A? THE LATEST IN SLUM ER PARTY STYLES IS PRESENTED AT JR. YQTEEN STYLE SHOW. JUNIOR Y-TEEN Organized: 1926 Advisor: Mrs. Julia Benson Purpose: To create understanding and tolerance toward all peoples, to give training for citizenship, to build character and stress ser- vice for others. PRETTY FACES, DRESSES, CORSAGES WORN BY SHOW PARTICIPANTS. Y-TEENERS SHOW OFF NEW FORMALS AT ANNUAL STYLE SHOW. Row 1: E. Kaiser, B. Novak, B. Dabel, P. Cruse, B. Barron, B. Gill, J. Moore, M. Laney, I. Page, J. Young, B. RGSHGI1- berg, M. Juengel, C. Moir. Row 21 D. Bean, G. Salvla, E. Oprea, S. Bartlett, S. Crisp, M. Young, C. Williamson, B. Ellison, N. Donzelll, S. Moore, J. Watson, M. Ashby, Mrs. Benson. Row 31 K. Zoval, M. Ewing, S. Markwood, S. Walsh, lj. Kirk, D. Larko, P. Harris, I. Horinger, E. Crawford, Row LL: D. Angel, Y. Deer, N. warder, M. Umstott, B. Slezak, M. Simmons, A. Onlsko, D. Jovich, M. Hiller, R. Whltestlne. , r'r's A "W -A 4 ."f .If -I f ' I ':,.. I W'.'1 151 E ..". 2 '... f, ,I A .....,. 1 A Liaglw. .'...,,A I I , i A . A .'-. Q--M 1 .7 iv . ,,A jg .3 , A O 'A,. I A ff! A A 1 filiimw A - A r.., 4 31+ .UL I A ,M ,, .-4. T. 5531! .gin . .2 W -2 ii- ...- 1-3 p f' Q 1' ,. ' , - , S. ' R. Wh1test1ne,J. Kozy, I. Zatezalo, A. Kirk, A. Brown, K. Anderson, G. Dobrln, S. Gross, B. Duxberry, S. Cheek, B. Reshenberg, M. Woodard, J. Capacla, C. Ritchie, L. Juengel, R. Watts, E. Kaiser, N. Warder, J. Colopy, D. Hanes, J. Sonntag, J. Haberkost, D. Earlenbaugh, M. Young, M. Stephen- son, Miss Parenti, D. Bean, J. Henderson, S. Bartlett, F. Burk- hart, J. Durkln, B. Baltrinic, S. Markwood, P. Sldley, T. Kulka, D. Cooper, N. Weaver, E. Oprea, P. Haemmerlin, S. Jenkins, N. Jameson, J. Bell, J. Clevenger, A. Beckett, J..Bab1cK, C. warner, R. Coast, S. Griebling, J. Zim- merman, A. Onisko, S. Moore, D. Burge, C. Molr. MEMBERS ATTEND ANNUAL BANQUET, WHERE GOOD FOOD AND FUN PREVAILED. JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY Organized: 1934 Advisor: Miss Juliette Parenti Purpose: To give recognition for outstanding scholarship to those students who are as yet ineligible for membership in the National Honor Society. OFFICERS Left to Right: Kay Anderson, treasurerg Sharon Gross, presidentg Irene Mrlik, secretarygGeorgeDobrin, vice president. A TENSE MOM NT DURING BOWLING MATCH BOWLING CLUB Organized: 1947 Advisor! MPS- Nadine Jennings Purpose: To provide and promote recreation among the girls at school. OFFICERS Left to Right: Jean Lowrey, treasurerg Jeanette Holmes, presidentg Joan Neller, vicepres1dentgDawn Williams, secretary. Row 1: S. Cathey, B. Tuite, S. Bartlett, B. Puskas, B. Gill, A. Benedum, J. Todd, J. McBride, F. Hunter, B. Phillips, J. Bailey, S. Greer, P. Nelson, A. Hill. Row 2: Mrs. Allen, G. Clugh, J. Long, J. Pochuclla, E. Oprea, R. Stadelman, B. Loudermilk, J. Lowrey, A. Well, P. Smith, D. Parker, G. Salvia, E. McClain, J. Dixon. Row 3: M. Dosheff, J. Niemeyer, J. Chalfant, J. Neller, N. Hiller, L. Cork, S. Van Horn, D. williams, P. Sldley, B. Steinbeck, L. Hornsby M. Allrutz, C. Bakos. Row Ur S. Crisp, S. Danforth, B. Colvin, D. Isom, N. Harper, D. Emery, D.Stroup, P. Hembury, L. Tomblln, M. Kern, J.Ho1mes, E. Nlbllng. ZJA'PI OIJA.L TI1E S131 AIWS Organized: 1936 Advisor: Mr. Alexander Wilson Purpose: To promote and recognize meritorious participation in high school dramatics. OFFICERS Left to Right: Norman Deitch, presidentg John Kirk, historiang Joan Lautenschlager, treasurer, Harvey Kovac, vice president. Hanging Scene in Thespian play, nKnickerbocker Ho1iday'. Row 1: E. Koma, N. Frankland, E. Plankerman, J. Lautenschlager, M. Hawk, R. Bancheek. Row 2: J. Bann, A. Marcinkoski, R.Wh1DeSE1K16, AR. Scheible, W. Myles, N. Molohosky, D. Michael. Row 3: J. Latona, J. Horner, B. Stevenson, D. Policy, H. Kovac, J. Vargo, V. Gardner. Row IJ: C. warder, J. Kirk, S. Griebling, D- Reeves, D. Handwerk, N. Deltch. RIFLE CLUB - STATE CHAMPS Seated: G. Thompson, M. Cohely, B. Normington, J. Fisher. Row 1: B. Sawaka, F. Dickinson, J. Cassidy, M. Carr, B. Moyer, W. Normlngton, F. Bucher, R. Pruett, D. Ebenhoch, D. Kleckner. Row 2: Mr. Bistline, F. Lehner, J. LaPorte, V. Gardner, R. Gardner, D. Suter, J. Miller, D. Boike, D. Kyle, J. Mulhollen, Mr. Brewbaker. Row 3: B. Blro, D. Fagan, M. Wilson, W. Schneckenburiger, J. Eberwlne, J. Moorman, J. Kindlg, D. Spence, D. Gare, J. Hughes. Good instruction from Coach Brewbaker, as sharpshooters practice on the range. R I F L E C L U B' , U, Organized: 1929 ' Advisors: Mr. Brewbaker Mr. Bistline Purpose: To teach students the proper handling of guns, to teach them to shoot and to promote inter-school competition. OFFICERS Left to Right: John Fisher,Vice presidentg Margie Coheley, Secretary-Treasurer, Bob Normington, President. CAFETERIA . M1m1h gmgj .FM.'o . xv, ll V Lll a flutes: J. Shingler, M. Hawk: B. Clarlnets: G. Henderson, R. wolf, B. Kennedy, R. Gergosky, P. Leonardi, R. Rosen, H. Klein, J. Dick, J. Dall. J. Hoover, B. Davis, J. Cantrell, B. Repasky. J. Beatty, G. D1Feo, R. wilkens, B. White. W. Bower. Alto Clarinet: R. Sutherland: Bass Clarinet: M. Suder: Oboe: B. Baltrinicg Cornets: M. Hadgls, T. Morris, J. C. Latona, G. Van Horn, J. Kallenbach, A. Kartarius, D. Harwood. G. Balla. w. Koons, D. Kenley, E. Olls, G. Leslie, R. Blrog French Horns: R. Beachy, T. Steele. J. Salyards, H. Young, A. Thorn, J. KIPK, D. Kerr: Alto Saxophones: R. Malmberg, N. Olis, P. Plazo, B. Moyer. J. F. Latona, E. Hull: Tenor Saxophones: D. Moye. S. Beavon: Baritone Saxophones: J. wolfe, F. Meitzer, N. Miller, P. Kirk, R. Kurtz, C. Culver: Bassoon: R. Scheible, C. Cline: Trombones: A. Beatty, K. Cuppett, M. Hartney, R. Suter, D. Baltrinlc, J. Richards. J. Kyle: Basses: K. Moye, A. Johnson, G. Cormany: String Bass: S. Moore, R. whitestineg Bells: E. Kaiser: Cymbals: J. Huthg Bass Drun: B. Outlandp Snare Drums: R. Herbruck, J. Sweeney, F. Hammar, M. Hill, S. Danforth, J. Horner, C. Ellis. D. Kleckner, C. Winkler. R. Och. B A N D Organized: 1926 Advisor: Mr. Robert Cole Purpose: To raise school spirit and to provide entertainmentbe- tween halves of football games 'H-' and other school activities. Rating, Superior! OFFICERS Left to Right: Jackie Huth, secretaryg Donavan Moye, presidentg Mike Hadges, student director, Ross Beachy, vice president. W. ply Row A: S. Moore, R. Whitestine, D. Orban, J. Haberkost, J. Wolfe, G. Anderson, J. Harwood, R. Malmberg, J. Huth, E. Meltzer, L. Jenkins, M. Woodard. Row E: Hr. Cole, C. Nichols, M. Lerch, K. Moye, E. Hull, G. Henderson, D. Rosen, J. Shingler, M. Hawk, J. Kirk. B. Kurtz. Row C: R. Herbruck, J. Horner, E. Kaiser, E. Plankerman, D. Suter, J. Church, M. Hadgls, A. Kartzarius, D. Harwood, H. Y0ung, J. Salyards, N. Miller, B. Baltrinlc, R. Scheible. ORCHESTRA Organized: 1929 Advisor: Mr. Robert Cole Purpose: To provide an opportunity for the playing and enjoying of' different types of orchestral music W.. F' School orchestra provides graduation 5 music for January Class of '49. OFFICERS Left to Right: Marcelene Hawk, treasurerg Gil Henderson, presi- dentg Jackie Huth, secretary. Pin-. -'Va' L.i, PAR AMERICAN LEAGUE Organized: 1944 Advisor: Miss Purpose: To further a feeling of understanding toward other coun- tries of the Americas. OFFICERS Left to Right: Martha Suder, presidentg Barbara Butcher,vice presidentg Barbara Perez,treasurerg A Mexican Yuletide custom provides lots of fun at annual Pan American Christmas Party. Juliette Parenti A Q, Azeline Hill, secretary. Row 1: M. Gerber, D. innings, J. Leebold, J. Gross, A. Hill, D. Kerr B. Jones, P. Fenton, J. Www ll' Q57 Durkln, B. Butcher, J. Niemeyer, R. Wallace, P. Case, G. Reggln. Row 2: C. Lancaster, J. Huth, S. Stafford, L. Robertson, G. Burk, E. Oprea, B. Puskas, D. Lansberry, J. Moore, D. Hanes, J. Schuster, F. Hunter, M. Suder, N. Olls, R. Schelble, B.-Lee, B. Rlngwalt, M. Hiller, M. Woodward, B. Reshenberg, M. Moats, J. Todd, J. Harwood, Row 3: J. Tay J. Pearch, K. Anderson, Policy, E. Williams, J. Row U: J. Shlngler, R. Watters, J. Salyards, E. S. Markwood, Y. Deer, B. Rosen, G. Henderson, R. J. Sontag, G. Dobrln, J. Haberkost, R. Rafferty, E. Robinson, S. Mihlllk, B. Felber, D. Orbln, D. Baird, C. Downs, M. Grimes, N. Culberson, M. Wasson, J. Robinson, A. Krlssovlch, J. Winkler, I. Page Watts, J. Pochucha, D. Qulsenbury, I. Mrlik, J.D1Centlo, J. Pillltlere, D. Earlenbaugh, J. Hammer, A , B. Gill, J. DePaul, E. Ellison, E. Paveloi, J. Parentl lor Meltzer, K. Bachman, E. Relghard, N. Molohosky, B. Flnta, J. Campbell, A. Onisko, A. Ringwalt. Rouf5- Perez, D. Hreha, L. Galvin, C. Kageorge, D. Moorefleld, P. Hembury, M. Kern, B. Fisher, D. Moye, D. Malmberg, T. Miller, B. Rice, C. Ball, D. Reeves, J. Inman, R. Coast, T. Kulka. RED CROSS Organized: 1930 Advisors: Miss Verena White Mrs. Verna Wallace Mrs. Florence Werner Purpose: To serve others, both at home and abroad. OFFICERS Left to Right: Lullu Cork, secretary, Barbara Allen, presidentg Arlene Ryan, treasurer. A TOKEN OF WORLD FRIENDSHIP-H-OVERSEAS BOXES ARE THE ANNUAL JOB OF THE JR RED CROSS. Row 1: H. Long, B. Allen, B. Gill J. Moore, M. Young, J. Gross, A. Hill, S. Van Horn, S. Greer, G. Siladie, J. wenker, D. Dieringer, L. Barnes, R. Bancheek. Row 2: J. Durkin, J. Stone, L. McCase, B. Novak, L. Cork, K. Koehn, J. Haberkost, E. Meltzer, A. Jaku- hlsln, N. Nemath, B. Fenta, P. Fenton, S. Carson, A. waters. Row 3: B. Humphrey, D. Balnrinlc, A. Macken, L. McEwen, J. Chalfant, R. Vasuta, B. Kennedy, G. Outland, I. Owens, B. McCurry, M. Lake, L. Richey. Row U: I. Hall, 9. Sims, M. Buetsch, H. Peters, M. Simmons, A. Ryan, D. Hoffman, N. Molohosky, I. Snerner, B. Baltrlnlc. Roufl: P. Case, S. F. Yobl, B. Leibold, williams, A. Schaefe finger, J. Lontchar, schlager, A. Waters, Meitzer, A. Rlngwalt Gamble, D. Vegh, J. Row 3: S. Mlhallk, Shingler, D. Martin, warner, D. Kyle, D. Copacla, J. Henderso Gretler, P. Stewart, Biege, D. Reeves, S. V. Gardner, J. Roart Bean, H. Dalessio, G. Caley, R. Casper, J. Horner, B. Sawaka, J. Sweeney, R. r, G. Clugh, D. Phillips, C. Heffel- M. Heaton. Row 2: M. Hawk, J. Lauten- M. Miller, S. Hoover, E. Reighard, F. , N. Deltch, L. Latson, G. Out1and,J. Dick, M. Yarbrough, D. Collins. L. Cork, A. Stover, P. Blttlnger, J. J. Hathaway, J. Inman, D. B1b1er,C. Varner, A. Kuska, G. Gretler, J. n, Mr. Collins. Row U: A. Long, H. F. Phlllipy, M. Hadgis, W. Kapper,R. Griebling, J. Gudger, M. Kern, D.Emery, y, R. Grant, L. Fisher. SYMPHONIC CHOIR PRESENTS BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM FOR FEBRUARY ASSEMBLY. OFFICERS Left to Right: Dorothy Martin, secretaryg like Hadgis, presidentg Joanne Lautenschlager, vice presi- dentg June Shingler, treasurer. SYMPHONIC CHOIR Organized: 1930 Advisor: J. Benson Collins Purpose: To provide training for those who are interested in choral work and to present varied types of musical programs to the school. W I W A 4 1 "Q-' ' W I "': 'I' ...ii , ' ' I A 1 emi 3 V . . I t Li k e It " I LLLL Q, e J -- , ,, J ' ' r r . R. fi If , , I . 1 I OFFICERS Left to right: Rosemary Coleman, vice presidentg Louise Loga, secretary, Doris Carter, president, Betty Lee, treasurer. ALL GIRLS CHOIR Organized: 1947 Advisor: J. Benson Collins Purpose: To provide an outlet for the singing abilities of girls who have the time and want to spend it singing modern music which is adaptable to g1rl's voices. Row 1: S. Fast, B. Yanda, J. DePaul, P. Chisholm, J. Bann, A. Blosser, D. Tuite, I. Owens, P. Cruse, J. Fisher, D. Meador T. Chipner, K. Koehn, H. Stephenson. Row 2: E. Sebex, L. Whittaker, J. Durkin, J. Tate, J. Colopy, M. Woodward, D. Haught, S. Greer, H. Ashbey, M. D1NaD011, Z. Baer, D.Qu1senberry, J. Kozy, W. Williams, D. Carter. Row 3: E. Summers, L.LOS3.I1, B. Darrow, A. Milligan, R. Giacomo, B.IBe. P.R11ey.N. Peterson. S. Stafford, R. Coleman, E. Heitzer, P. Kirk, H. Chula, Hr. Collins. Row ll: L. Willis, C. Cline, I. Hrlik, B. Prentlss, N. Emery, B. warren, B. Sllcox, L. Martin. ALL-GIRLS CHOIR PRESENTS THANKSGIVING PROGRAM 1'- OFFICERS Left to Right: Azeline Hill, secretaryg Lavonne Robertson, vice presidentg Don Blourock,presidentg KatyBackman, treasurer. I Nl'EPiMl51JI AlTE C H191 R Organized: 1948 Advisor: Mrs. Carrothers Purpose: To continue the development of the voice, to develop increased pleasure in singing and appreciating choral,literature. W, Row A: A. Hill, J. Lelbold, S. Blomgren, J. Copacla, M. Loney, L. Robertson, R. Rafferty, J. Fisk, B. Cofer, J. Mulhollen, W. Normington. Row B: S. Louthan, B. Ellison, J. Todd, J. Girlando, M. Wasson, J. Vercuski, J. Cork, J. Cassidy, E. Dunaye, Hrs. Carrothers. Row C: C. Lucas, S. Sims, C. Carter, K. Bachman, L. Heard, H. Gifford, B. wlx, J. Thompson,D. Sobul, Row D: Y. Deer, S. Markwood, B. Bond, B, Bond, J. Fenton, C. Queer, L. Latson. Intermediate Choir presents song fest for P.T.A. iw? ggff wg? W 3 3353223 f ,gsgg sg- -J ,l fl C f '22 ? 325522524 '77 ' ff or M 'Q' ' A Q., f... ,Q ,,,.,.., .,,,,., 5 - 5 I W FQQW Row 1: H. Long, A. Hall, J. Hod- nlsak, M. Treen, P. Callihan, R. Holyfield, A. Alexandrovlch, C. Winkler, D. Reynolds. Row 2: Mrs. Carrothers, S. Johnson, A. Steps, M. Burke, A. Benedum, P. Burton, F. Bates, B. Werner, C. Payne, E. Frost. Row 3: S. Brown, M. Brant S. Bohannon, J. Chalfant, S. Mihallk, P. Blitz, L. Latson. Junior Choir entertains P.T.A. with their WApril Showersu number. JIJN ICJR C H101 R Organized: 1947 Advisor: Mrs. Carrothers Purpose: To provide freshmen students who are musically talented an oppor- tunity toesing together in a high school choral group. OFFICERS Left to right: Maysie Burke, secretaryg Archie Alexandrovich, vice presidentg Pat Burton, treasurerg Bob Snyder, president. Row A: C. Williamson, J. watson, D. Larko, S. Hlhalik, D. Tuite, M. Juengel, C. Ritchie, I. Zatezalo, J. Young. Row B: R. Casper, F. Bates, S. Sims, D. Lansberry, G. Salviax M. Young, D. Meador, A. Blosser Row C: J. Henderson. J. Hutton. S. Walsh, D. Jovich, 11. Treen, M. Umstott, N. Harder, J. Bann. MASK AND WIG Organized: 1947 Advisor: Mr. Alexander Wilson Purpose: To encourage and develop dramatic talent in those who have not yet had a great deal of experience on the stage. A scene from 'Ladies Onlyn one of the 3 plays presented by Mask and Wig last December. OFFICERS Left to right: Dolores Meador, secretary, Nancy Warder, treasurer: Joanne Bann, vice president: Annabel Blosser, president XF? 5 , "wi pl K.w X RX Row A: E. Koma., S. Hoover, J. Bann, D. Cooper, D. Policy. Row B: N. Deitch, E. Plankerman, J. Roartzy, M. Kern, K. Moye, B. Stevenson. Row C: D. Blaurock, R. Biege, D. Reeves, D. Handwerk, S. Grlebllng. On the air! E ei??55 1? 3 1 1 f.wy Q r14fAPfHpwQ.Sf' ,Q me fi' '-f'5"xy fax ,,.' .55 if if if K , 19 H if IKAIII O A!lD TIELI V IS IKJN Organized: 1948 Advisor: Mr. Alexander Wilson Purpose: To give a radio dramatization once a week over W.H.K.K. Left to right: Bob Stevenson, presidentg Dick Policy, vice-presidentg Elinor Koma, secretaryg Dean Handwerk, treasurer. Row A: S. Worthington, R. Scheible, P. wernecke, D. EarlenDaugh,, J. Shingler, M. Grimes, N. Frankland, M. Allen, Mr. Vernon. W Row B: 'E. Radnor, M. Kern, J. Louthan, K. Moye, J. Neller, J. Latona, H. Kovac, C. McGary. Row C: P. Sidley, R. Edwards, C. Mills, J. Kirk, R. Edwards, R. Coast, J. Niemeyer. 1 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 3 Organized: 1948 , Advisor: Mr. Robert Vernon Q Purpose: To get information on the i career of teaching. W N 1 l W 1 I P L is Peggy Sidley, an F.T.A., teaches Mr. Vernon's class. J OFFICERS Left to right: C. Mills, treasurerg R. Edwards, presidentg D. Earlenbaugh, vice presidents J. Neller, secretary. E Latin club enjoys Roman banquet - togas and all. OFFICERS Left to right: Jack Horner, presidentg Annette Marcinkoski, vice president: Joanne Banu, secretaryg Annabel Blosser, assistant treasurerq Bob Rice, treasurer, Joe Sweeney, chaplain. 3 we 1 5 Q 1 x Row A: M. Miller, J. Tate, D. Vegh, C. Molr, S. Moore, C. Ritchie, B. Novak, M. Juengel, R. Jackson,rL Stephen- son,E. D1Feo, G.Gretler, L Zatezalo, D. Cooper. Row B: E. Ramsey, A. Milligan, B. Black, C. Lucas, L. Juengel, Z. Baer, J. Effland, V. Gardner, M. Douglas, M. Young, A. Blosser, J. watson, D. Larko, D. Reynolds. Row C: R. Casper, M. Gretler, F. Bann, B. Menrovic, C. Harder, J. Wolfe, J. Sweeney, J. Haberkost, E. McLain, P. Kirk, A. Marclnkoski. Row D: J. Horner, A. Lang, D. Jovich, J. Gron, G. Balla, B. Rice, J. Kirk, C. Noirot, F. Phllllpy, T. Krengel, J. Inman, G. Vargo. IJAT IN CIJUB Organized: 1948 Advisor: Pearl Ramsey Purpose: To increase interest in Latin, to help poorer students and to develop new social contacts. P.T.A. HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES K 4 .UW-is f A , YEARBOOK REPRESENTATIVES RowA: S. Gross, D. Corvelll, A. Milligan, S. Fullen, B. Pollock, C. Culver, B. Baell, B. Lockhart, A. waters, F. Hunter, P. Chisholm. Row B: Mrsnwallace, D. williams, E. Oprea, H. Llberko, L. Robertson, E. williams, C. Rogojan, B. Burk, J. Moir, D. Vegh, J. Schuster. Row C: D. Angel, K. Bachnan, J. Gamble, N. Olls, P. Lerch, D. Michael, S. Walsh, P. Kirk, H. Kuzemchalc, P. Sidley. Row D: B. Ell1son,E. Horning, B. Repaskey. J. Kirk, C. Ball, D. Harwood, P. Sheeks, D. Earlenbaugh. Organized: 1948 Advisor: Mrs. A. D. Brown Purpose: To foster understanding, cooperation and increased participation on the part of students, parents and teachers in schoolclubs and activities. OFFICERS Left to Right: C. Holman, A. Hill, N. Sterling, N. Decker. Row A: M. Miller, I. Zatezalo J. DePaul, P. Chisholm, N. Decker, B. Sawaka, 11. Grimes, D. Phillips, C. Holman, B. Dabel, S. Johnson, N. Sterling, Row B: I. Kordon, D. Sparks, R. Eisenhower, M. Chula, R. Rafferty, B. Edwards, A. Bene- dum, H. Nelson, A Hill, L. Tomlinson, E. Koma, J. Lauten- schlager. Row C: A. Hall, J. Murdock, C. Molr, M. Rector, M. Treen, N. Peterson, I-1. wysor P. Kirk, N. Hammontree, D. Webber, w. Fretcher. S EIKV ICIE C OLIM IT'TEIE Doris Carter Joe Vargo Nancy Culberson D E B A T E T E A M Organized: 1944 Advisors: Miss Verena White William L. Waggoner Purpose: To give its members the benefit of active participation in public discussion. S E R V I C E F U N D Organized: 1946 Faculty: Mr. Ernest Swanson Mrs. Julia Benson Miss Verena White Purpose: To consider requests from Garfield faculty members and students for expenditures, equipment, etc. f-.. DEBATE TEAM Seated Left to Right: J. Latona, C. Mins, J. Kirk, H. Kovac. Standing Left1xJRight: J. Meisner, J. Church, A. Beatty, Mr. Waggoner, D. Policy. K of Row l: N. Frankland, B. Sawaka, E. U1Feo, B. A1lEH Hunter, B. Jones, P. Sohelble, Miss Frazier. Row 2: E. Radnof, B. Thompson, G. Burke, D.SLroup, B.LockharL D. Earlenbaugh, H. Kovac, H. Andrews, A. Pingwalt, Row 3: E. Nibllng, C. Pogojan, E. Kozy, B. Prentiss, H. Peiers, J. Inman, J. Kirk, C. Ball, J. Latona. P R E S I D E N T ' S S T A F F Organized: 1926 Advisor: Miss Dorothy Frazier Purpose: To put out the President every two weeks. Left to Right: John Inman, circulation mana- ger, Yvonne Burk, feature editorg Geraldine Burk, Don Earlenbaugh, associate advertising managers, John Kirk, sports editor, Elayne Radnof, Harvey Kovac, co-editors. lr E D I T O R S Freda Hummer, Paul Sheeks FINANCE AND ADS Left to right- Row 1: J. Shing J. Huth, M. Suder, J. Holmes Row 2: D. Wolf, A. Beatly, J len Llkevich, R. Graham, L. Faul, M. Hadges, G. Henderson. Y'E A R, B 0 0 K C O M M I T T E E S Sl'0 N S OIKS Left to right: Verna Wallace, Anna Mae Flint, Loudell Boyes, Lula Smith. Nu . ,Q If" be I N EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Left to right - Row 1: M. Kern, M.5uder,P. McCarter,F.Hunter, D. ISOm, M. Laird. Row 2: J. Vargo, R. 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' rlfkfflf RIG, Q XV , fl E 1, 4 gif' Z4 ziggy T540 , av.. I, A 1 A Q, bhe Q29 Shadio COLUIBUS NORTH 7 - GARFIELD 6 The Garfield High Prexles opened the 1948 season wlthaheart-breaking 7-6 loss to Columbus North. The Prexies jumped to an early lead as Jeddy Rowles 1nterceptedaaPolar Bear pass and galloped 75 yards down the sidelines toscore. Bothteamsbattled evenly until the final period when the Polar Bears pushed over a touch- down and added the winning point. Rich Herbruck and Jim Wogdring were the defensive standouts. ERIE STRGIG VINKINT 26 - GARFIELD 6 Unable to cope with Erie Strong V1ncent's powerful ground attack, Garfield lost their second straight game by the score of 26-6. The Prexles' lone touchdown came when Ernie Malone, a sparkplug throughout the game, passed to George Shadie in the end zone for 6 points. NEI PHILADELPHIA 14 -GARFIELD 0 A smooth functioning New Philly eleven crushed a fighting Garfield combine, 14-O. This was the third straight loss inflicted onthe G-Men. Chuck Sheffler's punting proved to be the Prexles' main weapon. Twice his kicks rolled dead within the 10 yard line. Bud Bond, subblng for his brother, Jim, was also a standout. But, with Jim Metcalf and Jim Pritz generating the attack, the Quakers proved too much even for the Presi- dent's rock-like defense. P I G S h pper GARFIELD 12 - EAST 0 Opening their bid for a playoff spot, the G-Hen outclassed the heavy but slow East Orlentals, 12-O, Blding their time and talent, the Prexles lashed out with two quick touchdowns in the final period. Jim Bond crossed the goal line first on a twisting 12 yard run.Hlnutes laterJ1m Kallenbach broke loose to go 26yards to paydirt- SOUTH 19 - GARFIELD 6 After playing their hearts out to a 6-6 deadlockatthe half, a scrappy Garfield team was subdued bya speedy South eleven to the tune of 19-6. After South drew first blood on the first play of the game, Garfield roared back to knot the count at 6-6 on a play to end the Prex1e's scor- ing for the day. F oss Jones K I N R,E V'I E W S 0 F "48 FOOTBALL III V' A, Ak , Schember 23 KENIORE 7 - GARFIELD 0 A hard fought battle of defense found Kenmore upsettlnganovertouted Garfield eleven 7-O. After what looked like a marvelous goal stand, Bob Topliff, Cardinal quarterback, sneaked over from the one yard line on 4th down. His try from placement was also good to end the scoring and start the terrific struggle ofrugged defensive play. CENTRAL 19 - GARFIELD 6 The G-Men were knocked from a Dlayoff berth by a classy Central eleven 19-6. Playing before a home- coming crowd, the Prexies battled the Wildcats on even terms until the final period, when Central broke loose for two touchdowns. GARFIELD 26 - BUCHTEL 6 Ending their touchdown famine, the G-Men exploded for a26-6 victory over Buchtel. After spotting Buchtel to a 6-0 halftime lead, the Prexles roared back with 4 touchdowns in the second half. Jim Bond, tricky, hard- running Prexy half-back, scoredthree touchdowns on runs of 26, 29, and 5 yards. Jim Kallenbach also got loose for 41 yards. Dick Lash plunged for 2 extra p01nts. Malone , B. Rice , ck, J. Bond, E. W0Od1"1I1g, R. Herbru lk, C. Sheffler, J. iffst Row: A. Demcri, w. Klucnn -4 'N WN -fr Us . CD 'O Q-1 GJ E: ..: r"l YD U A-7 CD ai .5 GJ F4 Q JI LJ cf is 'E 5. E fs fi E' I.: 5 5 td CJ L.: .4 Q I-4 3 E.: .. 0 -1 Ui CD S Ex. -C1 o ed O U N gl Qheeks 1? bheifler Dunn RQ. Edwards Q1'74 Wykoff D1QHQjf brlfflths Shadle Xvnmn H Fdwirde Helhluoi Rowlvs BASKETBALL DISTRICT CO CHAMPS Tate ball from On. F "U Wykoff A Dunn Snatihii wykoff looks eeman of South -fry to stop of BuCm'e no go! L - , T ...- B A S K E T B A L L T E A M Left to right: Row l: Kovallck, wykoff, Sheffler, Edwards, Dunn, Edwards, Rowles. Row 2: Forzano, Griffiths, Goudy, Fenton, Herbruch, Kallenbach, Heenan, Sheeks, Arnott, Collier, Taylor, Lucas, Dlenoff. Back row: wormell, Shadle, Rice, Mitchell, Vargo, Snider, Burkholder, Bond. The managers are John Inman and Pete Kesalos. SCHEDULE GAMES AND SCORES December 3 - Kent Roosevelt Garfield 34 Kent Roosevelt 27 N 4 - Lorain W 37 Lorain 26 W 10 - North W 48 North 31 N 17 - New Philadelphia ' 52 New Philadelphia 45 January 4 - St. Mary's ' 41 G.A.M. 39 W 7 - Kenmore ' 33 Garfield Alumni 33 N 14 - Buchtel H 72 St. Mary's 36 N 21 - South W 52 Kenmore 35 N 25 - West ' 53 Buchtel 52 ' 28 - Hower ' 37 South 55 February 4 - East ' 40 West 53 W 11 - St. Vincent W 47 Hower 29 W 15 - Central N 34 East 37 N 22 - Cuyahoga Falls W 37 St. Vincent's 54 W 25 - Wadsworth ' 51 Central 27 N NORTHEASTERN TOURNAMENT ,, gi illgtfgffllgffikllvfills QQ Garfield 65 Wooster 46 ' 35 South 34 W 39 Barberton 37 Sheffler lets fly for hoop against West as Wykoff looks on. A tense moment in Garfield- Bob Rice leaves floor in East game as Dunn jumps effort against South high. Reserves. 'Wx Q I, 'Q 'Q 4 1. gf NN. Row 1 - L to R: Rice, R1. Edwards, Allen, Shetfler, R. Patterson, Luck, Pope, R. Herbruck, Rowles, Ro. Edwards. Row 2: Flossle, Henderson, Mitchell, G. Patterson, Demitri, W. Arnott, Trlcaso, F. Arnott, F. Herbruck, Krengel, Collier, Hr. wright. Row 3: Fenton, Parker, Bond, Schneider, Jas. Shadle, Dall, Mencer. Row U1 Culver, PTSSSMGH, Boettner, JOHSS, Sheppard, Cormany, Robinson, Shadie and Nye. 3 ' nf Q gi- an l ami A ,.,,, ATV , d , W 3 A , 4 dl 5 VV g .Mfg WSWWAANWW I . ' ' N V A I ,ww N g 'The Brain Trust' Sheffler at bat, Rowles on deck. Allen, Edwards, Pope, R. Edwards Left to right: R. Williams, B. Luck, L. Gibson, R. Vargo, H. Beam, J. Fenton, J. Vargo. S W I M M I N G Front Row: Don Kenley, Jack Robinson, Jim Salyards, Marvin James, B111 Holmes, Don Nlkles, Don Tunstall. Back Row: George Vargo, captain: Brooks Outland, George Anderson, W. F. Pfeifer, Tom Durkln, Dick Crawford, Duane Reeves. Left to right: Don Tunstall: George Vargo, captain: George Boys work hard at practice session Anderson, Jim Salyards, Tom Durkln, Brooks Outland. WGoach Dienoff, Panetti, HcGary, Sheeks, Wolf, Hudson, Wykoff. mv has 2' i zlef yi. ,, J, ff .,-sf' Paris and Skipper square off in Round 1. Left to right: Leland Gibson, Ray Skipper, Tony Parls, Otis Banks. T R,A C K T E A M Row 1: Ollnik, williams, Robinson, Orlanders, Scullli, Glover, Lotze, J. Hughes. Row 2: Taylor, Gibson, J. Vargo, Graham, Balla, Bogner, Gandy, Steele, S. Jones, Skipper, Barr. Row 3: Calhoun, J. Jones, Burkholder, Shadle, Brovm, R. Vargo, Brooks, Inman, Malone, Pavlic, Banks, Stout. Row lx: Harrison, Jolnce D1 Donato, Nickols, Cosnaras, Garcia, Harwood, Kimble, B. Hughes, Klllinger, Pilsner, D. Smith, Gardner. 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A A I fggggsf -m e-,: ggi., sims I f :QI I 'Gri- J 9 ' 4 2ssPg1zN A J : . f ,M rs 4 in H .Y , if E A 5- ' lf Q H 51122: f v Y if-A 2 gig , Fi seams, X mfxwmw- emfmrewwwefplvwm. - M YQMWMWNWWEMgsfigii Some very cute and pretty alumnae L to R: Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Burk, Mr. Burk, renew old school memories. Mr. Walker, Mr- Pope.ta1k over old times. ALUMNI BASKETBALL GAME Bob Horvath of Alumni goes in for famous Horvath shot. Wllford Gibson of Alumni watches as teammate shoots. NATIONAL HONORARY ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Left to right: Joe Vargo, Chuck Sheffler, Dick Ernest Calhoun, Roger Edwards, Richard Edwards. M, Lash, Dave wykorf, Rich Herbruch, Coach Zimmerman, VARSITY CLUB Row 1: POD6, Luck, Renner, Kovalick, Sheffler, Allen, Graham, Goudy, Krlngle, Steele, Fenton. Edwards, Woodrlng, Schember, Shadle, Burkholder, Vargo, warren, Salyards. Row 3: Taylor, Bond, Baker, Covetsky, Bond, Vargo, Durkin, Mcquilken, Jones, Kallenbach, Calhoun, Herbruch, Dunn, Jones, Row 2: Steadham, Balaj, Luxeder, Klutchnik, Faull, Grant, Crawford, Patterson, Burns, Vargo, Beam, Brown, wykoff, Henderson, Edwards, williams, Gibson, Vargo, Troike. yuuullluru: lrrrllfllfgm. C ,- A ' ' E. xi' ' W 1 ' H2251 X R ff ,, ' X ., .W , 'rig - J " N 'H0 X7 M QJE' 2' : gf? R H435 11 1 E NESS Qgfl , mf I mr VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Dottie Dugan,FredaHunter, Captain: Della Stroup, Betty Jones. Barbara Allen. H,-Q E9 H 1 up 5 . X -, 1 ,,,. up -V ee? 2 ' " il S K N14 2 ' 'Q A 4-M .Wfs RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Standing: Barbara Pollock, Eleanor Pressman. Knee ling: Lois Syler, Nancy Holohosbh Jean Kozy. HAJORETTES Left to right: Irene Klinchak, Rita Hagmeyer, Evelyn Kozy, Doris Martin, drum major, Charlotte Dyer, Ruth Hagmeyer, Betty Moore. Q 5 1 N V r V 14 1111 w v r ' w A , s N J if Y r k Q? WYE 1 A4f"PA1t Yiwu :fa Q ,fl W A.'7 ,gd V' ja yi Wlwmw W b ' f N5-1 hay. N f P: QQ' ' im Zikwqggi x fm, W. 'QV' 'av xg? A 1 F X 4 f 7 ' I 2 fl . ,. I . KY f A4 If W Q Q 554 "swf A4'f7f'?f Q " 'I S .ZX . f :fl 4' 'ey 34,7 4 A nv.. ' I 'lp Q .rf Lots of' fun and food at Booster Carnival. KISSES, YET. THE LUCKY STORE C"mP'f"'eh'S 0' Compnmem of FRANK'S SHOE STORE 354 REED AVE. DU VAUL STUDIO I467 ASTER AVE. 355 Weolher Bircl Shoes For Children Fiffed by X-Ray FOSTER FLORIST 81 GREENHOUSE Flowers For Every Occasion As Near As Your Telephone I870 SPRINGFIELD LAKE BLVD. ST. I737 ITALIAN VILLAGE For A Delicious Dish of Genuine Ifalian Spagheifi and Famous Chicken a Ia Vagabond Complimenls of S. S. KRESGE CO. METZGER PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 109: SOUTH MAIN ST. Amafeur and Professional Phofographic Maferials - Arfisf Supplies JE. 4I36 FIRESTONE PARK DRY CLEANERS AND FURRIERS "Know Your Cleaner" MRS. W. W. HICKEL I749 S. Main S+. Akron, Ohio PA-37 I4 PA-45 I 6 Cifywicle Delivery Service SAVE AT THE SOUTH AKRON SAVINGS ASS'N I092 S. MAIN ST. Savings Accounfs lnsurecl To 35000.00 44.6 ....... dai! January class party even has a king and queen Guess who! I C0mPHme"f5 of Complimenfs of LACHOKS HARDWARE C E Hardware - Painfs - Glass - EIecIricaI ' ' Furnace and Plumbing Supplies PA, 85I2 I800 S, Main FR. BFOWI1 Si. Alferafigng MAIN SERVICE STORE FROZEN FOODS Open fo 10 P.M. I449 S. Main S+. PA. 0II2 Complimenfs of H. M. MILLER Service S+aIion LIFE INSURANCE Cor. As+er and Lindenwood Complimenfs of VERN SIR LOUIS Complim enfs of BROWNE'S DANCE STUDIO CLEM ENT BROWNE JEfferson 9525 JOHNNY'S MARKET Groceries - Mears Fresh Fruifs and Vegefcbles 974 BROWN ST. FR. I93I TELLINGS ICE CREAM n SCHOOL SUPPLIES - MAGAZINES We Welcome You Af Congrafulafions G raduafes BARTRAM'S PHARMACY "The Prescrip+ion Drug S+ore" WALKER BROS, 1539 BROWN ST. PA. oooz I489 Asfer Ave. Akron, Ohio AIRPORT FLORIST HALLEY F. PITKIN Compleie FIoraI Service for JeweIer For Funerals, Wedding and Parfies, EIC. Diamonds, WaIcI1es, Jewelry, Phone ST 3:15 Clocks and Giff Iiems ARTHUR! WEARLGY- Mgf- 1095 s. MAIN ST. FR-9325 I939ASl523iliIg' Rd' Soufiv AIrron's Leading Jewelry Sfore ARNOTT'S PHARMACY Complfmenfs of Mfkekof PIIERQTINE 0' """' "" ""' 1505 As+er Ave. PA. 5525 Cor. Wilbefh Road and S. Main SI. 4? .G M 'v I Sen. Claghorn and Fred Allen in Now they know what we go through Prexy Portraits Assembly. Complimenfs C0""Pllme"'l5 of Complimenfs of '-A P35332-OC?DR'LLE A. J. Fmess, Jeweler HOLUB 307 Souih M in S9 9 I57l S. Main S+. AKRON 8.a0Hlge BRODE DRY CLEANING CO. PL-54I7 930 KENMORE BLVD. Qualify Cleaning 4 Modern Trucks fo Serve You Cify Wide Piclr-up' and Delivery A Complefe Tailoring Service Specially in Our Own Hai and Glove All Worlc lnsurecl I. L. and GEORGE J. BRODE Dept Complimenis of PARK CONFECTIONERY IO94 BROWN ST. UET N EYLUIEQIY + :: t::f Sporiing Goods Co. 35 So. Mein Sf. Akron, Ohio BL-3l06 BL-3I07 Higlvesf Qualify Allrlefic Equipmenf The Fines! in Class and Yarsify Sweafers Complimenfs of HOOVER'S PHARMACY I50I ASTER AVE. FIRESTONE PARK Congrafulafions Gracluofes Our Sincere Wishes For Your Fufure REMEMBER . . . EBERWINES Sc TO s:.oo sToREs 782 Grani Sf., Alrron and Laizemore, Ohio rg, ,r elsif l. . ,, QA Monkeys is the cwaziest people. 12 good reasons why Garfield has good student support DAWSONIS GROCERY ALEXANDERS INC. Complimenh of Choice Meals Fruils and Vegefables RAYNOR GARAGE DOORS C A R L i S OPM' 5""d"YS BARBER SHOP i529 S. Arlingfon Sl. PA-7569 AR1-STONE BLOCKS PA. 0062 ZENON'S DRIVE-IN Congra+ula'rions Seniors We Hope To Serve You Specially Prepared Juicy S+ealcburgers Le+ Us Recommend Our Halian Spagl1eH'i and Meaf Balls Home Made Chili "A Treaf To Eaf Af Zenon's" I333 S. Arlingfon Sf. BEE ZENON. Mgr. Congrafulafions from FIRESTONE PARK GARRISON of ARMY 8: NAVY UNION 250 AKRON GARFIELD BOOSTER CLUB fDaddy of all Boosfer Clubs in Alrronl ONCE A BOOSTER ALWAYS A BOOSTER "Win or Lose-Answer presenf wifh fhe Presidenfs" I948 OFEICERS John A. Sheffler, Presideni , Jerry Newkirk, Vice Prasidenf Lucille Frankland, Recording Secreiary Yvonne Franlrlend, Cor. Secrefary-Treasurer MEMBERSHIP DUES c Siuden s-SL00 Adulh 50 f Miss Himebaugh has fun at January class party. The Boys! Complimenfs Complimenfs Complimenfs 0 of of K A I L ' S FLOWER SHOP OVENDORF SERVICE GRECNI MUSIC STORE COMPLIMENTS Of PARKWAY BAKERY THQMASTOWN CAFE Bferdtgffgljgggafkes "3' 5- :l?LL'giTON ST- 1248 Granf S+. PA-29l3 . 9 DEL-GRAY DRY CLEANING CO. "The House of Del-Tex" 2645 Wesi' Markei' S+. AKRON. OHIO fformerly Garver's Resfauranf Bldg.I DeIber+ E. Gray UN-2l85 COMPLIMENTS of LYN THEATRE 450 E. WATERLOO RD. PA-9337 HOLLAND SANDWICH SHOP I540 S. ARLINGTON ST. Corner of Waferloo Rd. Beef 8 Pork Barbecues Hamburgers and 12 Inch Hof Dogs Rich Milkshalces and Sundaes "BOB" HOLLAND "JIM" HOLLAND ll le EY, These IJOYS 10014 happy and well fed at Football team just before leaving for Columbus. football banquet SPOTLESS SPOT I2 INCH HOT DOGS HAMBURGERS CHEESEBURGERS MILKSHAKES - SUNDAES JAMES W. STILL, Prop. COMPLIMENTS of SOUTH AKRON HARDWARE I097 S. Main Sf. I020 S. Arlingfon SI. PA. 0083 DROBNY CLEANERS The Choice of Discriminafing Seniors Proper Cleaning will make fhem lasf longer P R I N T C R A F T CLOTHING - DRAPES . . C Dlshnchve SUP COVERS GRADUATION PERSONAL CARDS ANY HOUSEHOLD and 478 E. S CLEANABLES Cify Wide Pick-Up and Delivery oufh SI. Corner of E.-Soufh S+. and Brown SI. COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS PRINTCRAFT CARD COMPANY Scranfon, Pa. . Ladd addressin ann 1 g ua football banquet guests A ALBERTA SMJLER ,,'. 1 if- A L F V MARIAN MCDOUGALL ,i'-- ' " 51, . an ' il '1'... L. .9 ,i v 5 ' 'Y , , ,,..,,..,5? - :1"E 1'A fffii N "-- It's a good trick JOANN PHILLIPS if yOu C811 do it. FREDA HUNTER COLLlN'S Complimenls WEST TOWNE FLORTST of Specialized Wedding Service Corsages - Floral Designing I6b7 WEST MARKET ST. CARROLL CLEANERS Complimenfs of BOB COLE'S ORCHESTRA Music For All Occasions ST-3375 UN I4I3 Evenings JE 7602 Com limenfs Com limenfs pol if ' OSBORNE'S FIRESTONE PARK BARBER SHOP P.T.A. Complim enfs of MlTCHELL'S BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPPE I284 Granf Sf. PA. 5077 COMPLIMENTS of COMPLIMENTS of JR. Y-TEEN BLU-TRI Congrafulafions Seniors COMPUMENTS R. O. LOOMIS of ENGRAVING COMPANY STRlCKLAND'S 57 E. Exchange Si. Makers of School Announcemenfs, Wedding lnvifafions, Business Announcemenis, Business Cards, Leiferheads, efc. AKRON'S ONLY STEEL or COPPER PLATE STATIONERY ENGRAVERS FROZEN CUSTARD "Deliciously Differenf' l805 Triple'H Blvd. Georgene Setree Lots of room--lots of room. 5 , X , Annette Marcinkoski A GT! Pie: Ea' CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Complimenfs an of AKRON FELT and CHENJLLE MAIN RECREATION N , RRR A RCRC , T' - , A I" ' U "'N'lVlffl, Tjflee ' 14 C""'P'f"'e"'S 0' Ieee ,4 Xe ' fi '-:iii-455: 5 Zuu7 w0w PHOTOGRAPHY Sz PRODUCTION OF GARFIELD'S HPREXY PORTRAITSH ' WEDDING PICTURES ' CANDID ALBUMS ' PORTRAITS ' BABY PICTURES ' COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY ' PHOTOSTATS ' PICTURE FRAMING STUDENT COUNCIL Complimenfs of fhe H. R. TERRYBERRY COMPANY Manufacfuring Jeweler GRAND RAHDS,NHCPHGAN "The Finesf In Class Rings" I L. W? I1 A 'TS . wi , , ""' . -..A A VV if A ' fx:- X -. . A H 5 A ,az .4 In , I bf v F A .. . Ze 21.5 . Dick Rosen BETTY MCDOUGALL , Gil Henderson, Bob Cole. SONDRA GREER and JEAN BAILEY BOB JUST ICE Complimenfs of DELTA GAMMA HI-Y Complimenfs of AKRON FLORAL T39 S. Mean S+. PO-20Il Complimenfs of JR. HI-Y A-I TIRE SHOP, INC. Aufo Parfs and Supplies 642 S. Arlingfon S+. Yours For Good Haircuffing BILL ALWARD AKRON - BRITISH MOTORCYCLE SALES PA. I287 90I S. ArIIng+0n Sf. 202I S. Main SI. PR-I I II FEI.ICE'S QXFQRD RESTAURANT AFTER GRADUATION, THEN WHAT! 274 S' Main Across from Mayflower Howl Why noi fake The COMPTOMETER COURSE and fif Now Owned by Felice and Bobby Garlando Feafuring Mama Felice's Home Made Spagheffi FULL COURSE DINNERS Open DaiIy and Sunday yourself for a real posi+ion. Good Salaries-Fine Working Condifions COMPTOMETER SCHOOL 3I2 2nd Na+'I Bldg. FRanIxIin 29I3 HUNGERFORD PHARMACY 760 S. ARLINGTON ST. Prescripfions Our Specialfy Sick Room and Firsf Aid Supplies - Rexall Drugs- BUSINESS TRAINING S PAYS S ACTUAL offers DAY and NIGHT CLASSES in preparafion for Office Employmeni as Clerk, Sfenographer, SecreI'ary or AccounIunI'. Approved for Veferan Training Free EmpIoymen'I' Service To Graduafes For Informafion Call BL-4I83 REGISTER NOW O E D -9-9 Ph PA. 40I3 Pen my TY one ACTUAL BUSINESS COLLEGE I05 E. Markef SI. Akron, Ohio ssl VAV- , . I I I 'l',, - . ,gqka ggi ,EHQEAFM luulu 7 f?WI I TiTff577'H I . EEE ZNQM If ..., I I , A ..- Q- if U kill' ARVID JOHNSON ROSE GALIZIO and PHIL SCHEMBER IRENE MRLIK Another view of football banquet H Complimenfs of T O , SOI-no SERVICE SERVICE STATION SOUTHERN Wa+erIoo and Main S+. Sunoco Producfs ArIing'Ion and Archwood Ave. THE CORRAL SANDWICH SHOP Feafuring fhe Famous Nifemare and fhe besf in I Hof Dogs and Hamburgs LEHIv1AN'S Prescrip+Ion Drug Sfore HILDRETH BLDG. Trusses-Elasfic Hose-Sick Room Suppliek Buy and Save A+ Your Neighborhood S+ore THE H. H. PATTERSON co. I463-65-75 Asfer Ave. Fires+one Park S T I L L' S D R I V E -I N COMPLIMENTS I2 INCH HOT DOGS OF I-IAMBURGERS A CHEESEBURGERS MILKSHAKES - SUNDAES FRIEND Akron's Mos! Courfeous Curb Service JAMES W. STILL, Prop. 2050 S. Main SI. PA-OI66 ixw Q f K wh , ,Q e fr: 'Fei ice. klegistration Day can be U ... W ,,,,,, 4-...N ir.X Wonder Mr La to registr-atIon.dd looks fI0rward MODERN MEN'S SHOP EVERYTHING "SHARP" IN MEN'S WEAR Occupying Same Room as Lion Tailors 277 S. MAIN ST. Complimenfs of C omplimenfs of Complimenfs of STEVE'S SANITARY GARFIELD PARENT- SI1eneman's Sc-SI.O0 S+ore TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 535 N . FI RESTONE BLVD. CONFECTIONERY 583 N. Fires+one Blvd. Sieve VasIIIou PA-0044 BUSINESS UNIVERSITY CALENDAR FOR THE REMAINDER OF 1949 June 20 and 21 .... Monday, July 4 .... August 1 ......... August 19 ..... September 7. ..... October 5 and 4... November 14 and 15..... . November 24 and 25 December 25....... ............Summer Terms Begin .....No School--Independence Day ......Mid-Summer Terms Begin ....Summer Recess Begins ....Summer Recess Ends ... ......Fall Terms Begin ...Mid-Fall Terms Begin ..... .......Thanksg1v1ng Recess .................Chr1stmas Recess Begins January 2 and 3, 1950 ISCIIOOI Te-ODSIISI W1I1CSI' Terms Begin Students may register up to each entrance date, and enter provided there is room for them in the classes. Under- graduates may enroll for typewritlng and shorthand, or typewrltlng only, in Summer School. Special classes are arranged for students who have had same commercial work ln high school. G.I. SEUGGIICS BFG urged to-register SS f8I' as possible in advance of the date they desire to enter so that VA Dapers'can be processed on time. C. A. Neale, President 423 E. W THE WATERLOO DRIVE IN RESTAURANT WHERE GOOD FRIENDS MEET AND EAT aI'erIoo Rd. PA-0095 Complimenfs of 6 CIRCLE THEATER THE WESTERN DRIVE IN FAMOUS FOR I3-INCH HOT DOGS HAMBUROERS CHEESEBURGERS HOME MADE ICE CREAM HOME MADE PIE OPEN 24 HOURS CORNER OF EAST EXCHANGE AND HIGH STREETS CALL PORTAGE 2712 if 2 H i .-. E -r .JL fl rf? 'T 'T L 7 .s 2, 5 -Q l if if -v 1 .J Ev 'I 'F 4 5. Y -Q w w 5, - 'T s r I 1, sv ! E 5 H 2 E7 I J T Q H J -I IA U

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