Garfield High School - Rampage Yearbook (Akron, OH)

 - Class of 1953

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A ' 1 i . .QA 553, g ' xi ' C 1' I Mr, Simmons School Treasurer Co-advisor of Yearbook Commercial Department Miss Himebaugh Librarian .Q 'V Y as Mr. Dienoff Boy's Gym Body Building Baseball Coach Mr. Kemppel - Vocal Music Mr. Cole - Instrumental Music Driver's Training Class Mr. Stout and Students "' -sv A- . , 4-f J-1 ig .-Q-,, . s fffihh xx? -E., gf . Q".- ,-- ,A -Q -...M mg Q ..- in ls nv ii, 1 A09 Ed 1955 4 ' 1 . 1 51' X 9' In-, Am' Q K , r I-lv 56252 'A 0 5225? 'IJ 1 'f Q5 Q I6 r-" Ca 1-all--i W, Qtig 2 I I s X 1 W I 4 r IL! 7"u.nh-1 S T0 ov-I N . Mrs. Poulos Mrs. McNeill X CU TODIANS Landis Major Charlie Young Mike McMahon 5 Connie Otto Madeline Porter Ada Coleman Shirley Jarvis 3 Q SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Cir'-W-4,..,,q 5 Pres1dent Treasurer im KM? Secretary Vxce Presrdent 2 A il? -, .Q 1 'qls :mai Er: A A-t SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Mary Ioan Lacock Socral Elaine Demltn Color and Flower Charles Brown Morro Shuley Txpton Announcements Kathleen Osborne PICILLIBS Lanny Glenn Class Play 5- 3 . v 5 ' Qi T Til C I D NGAIN 'H 11 Wnmnrlfrm 00!WVW7r Adm! QUW my Awtbjzfw ,t1M7LrfJJ mmm dead! Qffzbfeffzf WMM? jalnwafwfwif WW7 Jjybufmlfgfflyffffivfwdw Qfxwuwffm ,me ,fx,J,WwJ,M7 QQ 6 9 1 X 3 5 fww MM I . lh!M ' . t' 0 Awwwufff ' H ' ' ' 011,441 . 1 ' f .Q fwfffwffffdwwff, Jw e 1 Presrdent Vrce Presrdent Thomas Jackson Stonewall usually seen rn and around Barberton especlally Poncho s ambltron rs to no to college and succeed rn lrfe prefers 3 Chryslers sports dancrng and good food favorrte sayrng You re crazy v4 Benjamrn Arnmons en usually seen at Papoof nrcks eatrng banana sphts ambrtron rs to Graduate from Annapolrs favorrte sayrng That s what the last one satd K A Secretary Treasurer Arm Anderson Annre 1 frrendly brown eyed Cecrl Gaynor Cat prefers blondes brunettes gal who 111 es dancrng and Waterloo chrp chops redheads etc u ually seen at the Waterloo or any uallv seen rn a mo tone Green Chevy wants to be a place there s food hobby rs eatrng and havrng a good successfulprano teacher hobby rstwrrltng favorrte trme arnbrtron rs to graduate from college sayrng Oh golly' CLA SS SPONSORS Mr Orrnerord Mrs Allen Mrs Wallace Mrss Whrte Mr Pugh Mr Grrffrth Mr Vernon Mrss Pavelor CLASS COLORS ' MAROON AND WHITE CLASS MOTTO ' PREPARED llN MIIND AND IN SPIRIT CLASS FLOWER ' MAROON TIPPED WHITE ROSE CLASS SONG ' TUNE ' AUF WIEDERSEHN Auf lhederseh n Auf Wrederseh n We re leaving Garfreld Hrgh Our days mth you are nearly through Now we must say Goodbye We ll mrss the cheer The frrendshrps dear And happrness we knev. But no today tt s trme to say Auf Wrederseh n to you sc: Q lb X 9 , 1" th 'il n xx " ' " , 6 ' ' 'v ' . . Y ., I ' " f ' V 2. ,, Y hi' ' " ...llS- , ... 5 ' , , I 7' I ' I Y I V' I I v r 7' N , . . H , I V 'iv ., . I vi , I f ,K ff 'f L7 If x l A l x Alex Adams . . . "Bobby" . .. usually seen at 642 . . . his hobby is cool records . . . ambition is to become a successful athlete favorite saying, 'Oh yes, real crazy." June Adkins a cute bninette with sparklin brown eyes likes Waterloo chip-chops . .. usualfy seen around 101 ninth period with 21's and M .. . ambition is to always be happy .. . favorite saying, 'You never can tell. " Ernest Aladich "Hunkey" . . . ambition is to be a retired millionaire and have the biggest harem in the world . . . usually seen on Brown St. corner . . . favorite saying, 'Beat it. ' Wendell Albert . . . 'Wendy the Whip" . . . usually seen at Kenmore . .. hobby is, H-MMM! ambition is to be a full Admiral in the Navy. Carol Aldous . .. 'Carrots' when thischarming lass is not eating carrots or french fries she's usually seen yellin at e games . . . wants to be a dentalassistant liies the town of Cincinnati favorite saying, 'Say Dad. " Richard Allinger . . . 'Dick' . . . favorite pastime is try- ing to sell his car . . . usually seen at all local restaurants . . . wants to own a Cadillac without working a day of his life .. . favorite saying, 'Cool cat with overdrive. " A. Adams I. Adkins E. Aladich Fred Alvarez . . . "Gypsy" . . . prefers ONE girl . . . hobby is sports . . . ambition is to own 50 bakeries . .. favorite saying, 'Can you imagine that. " Donald Alvarez . . . 'Don' . . . a quiet, friendly uy who is nuts about baseball and basketball . . . his qavorite pastime issports . . . usually seen at Holland's. . . favorite saying, 'Rinky dink. ' Wanda Ammons . . . 'Wanda A. " . . . ambition is to be a secretary and a housewife . . . prefers hamburgs, milk- shakes, and Paul . . . usually seen riding in a green '51 Ford . . . favorite saying, 'Great day. " James Anglel . .. 'Angel Face' . . . preference is beating 'Cads' in is draggin' wagon . . . usually seen anywhere, any time, anyplace . . . hobby is working on his hot rod . . . wants to retire at 21. Retha Arkle . . . 'Reeth' . . . this energetic gal prefers shrimp, skating, and black hair hobby is messing around. . . ambition is to promote Betty Kozy's menag- erie . . . usually seen with the gang . . . favorite saying, 'Bet me. " Richard Bailey . . . 'Dick' . . . hobby is putting Hans- mission in his car . . . prefers Joyce Wallis, black Mer- cury convertibles, and Duke . .. usually seen at the Wallis mansion . . . favorite saying, "That's the great- est. " W. Albert C. Aldous R. Allinger A. Alvarez 1 D. Alvarez W. Ammons I. Angel no 29 ,1 ff. R. Arkle R. Bailey i , .H F' .S ' is ' lx R 1 " ji Ag l , Q ' 1 , . x img x U I Vi g .A ' , Paul Barlett . . . 'Transmission Willy' . . . usually seen under his car, 'fixin' . . . hobby is putting transmissions in a blue Ford . . . favorite saying, "Here, here, this will never do. ' Herman Bartels . . . 'Helm' . . . when he's not taking snapshots or bowling you'll find him at Nobil's Shoe Store Preferences are bnmettes, especially short ones . . . favorite saying, 'Get with it. " Edward Batman . . . 'Easy' . .. another Jerry Lewis . . . wants to make a million at 19, and retire at 20 . . . pre- fers 'E' and Fenton's Flower Shop . .. usually seen at Louie's . .. favorite saying, 'We don't care what you did. ' Cecil Beckner . . . 'Buck' .. . prefers blondes, namely Ioyce . . . usually seen at Maple Lanes and the Waterloo . . . ambition is to be a pilot . . . hobby is bowling and collecting guns. Wanda Betts . . . 'Wanda B. ' . . . usually seen at home, school, work, or with Dave . . . prefers food and sleep- ing . . . wants to be a successful secretary . .. favorite saying, 'Oh well. " Richard Blaurock . . . "Dick, The Toe' . . . prefers women and song . . . usually seen at the Waterloo or driving a Chevy . . , wants to play football at Akron U . . . favorite saying, 'Oh bananas. " P. Barlett H. Bartels E. Batman K. Boden I. Boetmer B. Brodley Kent Boden . .. preferences are Barbara, black drapes, and riding in the 'Moondog Express' . . . usually seen at Blondheims or the State . . . ambition is to buy a ring for a certain little chick. John Boettner . . . 'Johnny' . . . prefers girls . .. usually seen on Mapeldale Ave . . . ambition is to be a success hobby is hunting and fishing favorite saying, 'What's the deal?' Betty Brodley . . . 'Bets' . . . preference is millionaires . . . hobby is rollerskatingg so, she's usually seen at the Rollercade . . . ambition s to go to Florida . . . favorite saying, 'Why?' Charles Brown . . . 'Chucky wucky' . . . an artist when it comes to talkin . . . appreciate all kinds of pie .. . usually seen at Hl.5f's house . . . his goal in life is to live up to Mrs. Huff's expectations .. . favorite saying, 'I disagree. " Joseph Brown . .. 'Bad Boy' preference is 'chicks' . .. usually seen on the ni ht train . . . hobby is listening to crazy records . . . amgbition is to go to Kansas City . . . favorite saying, 'My goodness, cool breeze. ' Patsy Brown . . . 'Pat' . . . since her hobby is skating, she's usually seen at the Rollercade . . . ambition is to go to Florida . . . prefers the Navy, crew cuts, and con- vertibles . . . favorite saying, "You'll never know. ' C. Beckner W. Betts R. Blauroc T' C. Brown I. Brown P. Brown k C' C B. Q 'P 7 Robert Buchanan . . . 'Bob' . . . when he's not making a baseball scrapbook, he's usually seen at Blondheims .. . likes to eat chip-chops .. . wants to be a Major League ball player favorite saying, "Oh well, it cou d be worse. ' Janet Burch . . . 'Burchie' . .. wants to become a mad artist illustrator prefers the mad times with the bunch and cutting Lois' hair .. . usually seen in Akron . . . favorite saying, "Look at that crazy checkerboard. " Dennis Burk 'The Rock' usually seen in the headlines . . . hobby is sports and crashing parties preference is well organized cliques ambition is very little . .. favorite saying, 'You're nothing. ' William Buetel .. . 'Butch' . . . usually seen at Borie's Bowland . .. hobby is bowling and '46 Fords . .. likes blondes, about 5'l0" wants to be in the Navy 20 years and retire at 49 . . . favorite saying, 'Hey bean- brain. ' Kenneth Burkhart . . . 'Ken' . . . prefers women . . . us- ually seen at Firestone, working late hours . . . wants to Patricia Buhalak . . . 'Pat' . . . usually seen at Blond- live a long and happy life . . . hobby is collecting 'old' heims with Don . . . wants to be a private secretary.. . cars - namely one . . . favorite saying, 'Check that. " prefers convertibles and Don White . . . bobby iscollect- ing Patti Page records . . . favorite saying, 'Be serious." Buchanan W, Buetel P. Buhalak I. Burch D. Burk K. Burkhart K. cat Sw Lt A Nagy? Xi XXX is L. I ali 1 H I 1 . A Q -' . P ' z 1 ' I B , .1 . t , Q , , , 1 4 " K K 't S. Burkhart R. Burkholder l. Bumer W. Burns C. Campbell M. Campbell Shirley Burkhart . .. 'Burk' . . . this popular blonde pre- William Bums . . . 'Bill' . . . his preference is money . . . fers Texasand ice skatin .. . usually seen running around usually seen at the warehouse hobby is making 9th period . .. hobby is traveling wants to be a money . .. ambition is to be happy .., favorite say- senator . . . favorite saying, 'Phooeyl' ing. 'I give UD. WHBIP' Rgbem Burkholder , , , 'Bert' , , . prefers bein with Charles Campbell . . . 'Bup' . . . likes sleeping, beauti- sfsgt. J. T. Smith usually seen in a '50 gontiac ful girls, and all kinds of sports usua y seen at . . . wants to marry sfsgt. Smith . . . hobby is singing Louie's . .. ambition is to go to college . .. favorite and eating . . . favorite saying, 'For the love of "Iim. saying. "YOU'rC l'l0d1i1'1g- " Janet Burner . . . 'lan' . . . prefers hamburgs and riding Martha Campbell . . . 'Mac' . .. usually seen at home in a Nash Rambler convertible . . . usually seen at Allen . . . hobby is singing and sewingb . . . prefers friendly Cleaners or with the 'Six Muskateers' . . . ambition is people and 2191316 Pie - - - WSUU K0 C 2 18161110116 OPCIB' to have a sense of htnnor like her Mom .. . hobby' is 101'- bowling and sewing. X 's George Carlos . . . preferences are basketball and a gor- Ronald Christ .. . 'Ron' . . . usually seen on Turkeyfoot 5, b . . . geous runette . . . usually seen at Kozy Kitchen or Lake . . . hobby is spending money on boats and women arkateen . . , wants to get married and make lots of . . . prefers '49 Mercurys and good food . . . wants to be- money . . . hobby is convertibles . . . favorite saying. come a yacht-racing surgeon. . . favorite saying, "C'est 'Don't know, do you?" la guerre. " Ioan Chewning . . . 'Jo' .. . usually seen at the Waterloo Sophie Christoff. . . "Soph' . . . likes sports, shows, and or basketball games . .. prefers pizza and tall fellows food .. . usually seen with the gang . . . wants to go to . . . hobby is listening to Eddie Fisher records . . . wants college .. . hobby is reading and music . . . favorite to be a telephone operator . . . favorite saying, 'Never." saying, "Clever. " Russel Chipner . . 'Chi chi " . ambition is to Dorothy Church .. . "Dot" preferences are lobster, . D P . . make a million dollars and retire at 21 . . . prefers Rus- sian women and a dish of capusta . . . usually seen al- most anywhere . . . hobby is sports . .. favorite saying 'Shut up. " G. Carlos J. Chewning R. Chipner as f-.. , Nh i , l Q , is 21 5 'X talking,and the organ . .. usually seen at I-Teens or with Betty and Barbara. , . wants to succeed in whatever she does . . . hobby is music. R. Christ S. Christoff D. Church Q . ' 7' fum I W 'N' J. Clark M. Clevenger S. Cline C. Coast E. Cogar G. Coleman Janet Clark . . . 'lan' . . . usually seen with the Bugs . . . preferences are football, chicken, and slumber parties . . . hobby is listenin to Mario Lanza records .. . wants to be successful and Eappy . . . favorite saying, 'Oh my osh. " 8 Mary Clevenger .., 'Mare' . . . wants to own a blue Cadillac convertible . ., prefers a certain St. Vincent boy with black hair usually seen at the Waterloo with the gang . . . hobby is dancing . . . favorite saying, 'I dig that crazy music. ' Shirlee Cline . . . 'Vivacious Cline' . . . usually seen at Luigi's or the Waterloo with the gang . . . wants to finish col ege in four years .. . preference is pizza at Luigi's . . . favorite saying, "Mari, l dig that crazy car, Marian." Carolyn Coast. . . 'Susie' . . . usually seen at Blue Swan . . , preferences are cheeseburgers and USN . . . hobby is swimming, skating, and art . . . wants to attend a Southem College .. . favorite saying, 'I hope to tell you. " Frances Cogar . .. "Franny" . . . hobby is taking pictures . . . ambition is to work in an office . . . usual y seen at Law:'m's on Arlington St. , which is also her preference . . . favorite saying, 'Oh shoot. " Guy Coleman .. . 'Red' . . . preference is cars that run ALL the time . . . hobby is trying to keep his car run- ni . . . ambition is to be commanding officer of all higgriends in the Navy. 3. 'J , 'lf' .I . .' tim is 1 'F-V f Q 1,1 4 6 '?7 5 f is 1 af I lf i M. Collins M. Coontz I. Crawford G. Cromley W. Cromley J. Culver . Cimningham W. Cunningham R. Curt Mary Collins . . . 'Chris' . . . usually seen with Eddie at the Swan . .. wants to go into nurse's training .. . likes hunting, swimming, and playing basketball . . . hobby is mus c . . . favorite saying, "Certainly. ' Magaret Coontz . . . 'Margie' . . . usually seenat Loew's or e Waterloo likes a wonderful guy named Bill and boating . . . wants to be an airline hostess . . . hobby is listening to records . . . favcxite saying, 'Darn. ' Jennie Crawford. . . "len" . . hobby is roller skating . . . usually seen at the Rollercade . . . wants to go to Florida likes red convertibles and hamburgs . . . favorite saying, "Now really." Gary Cromley . . . 'Don' . . . prefers cheesburgers, quiet girls and new clothes . . . usually seen anyplace .. . obby is drawing and money . . . wants to have a Navy career . . . favorite saying, 'Well I swear. " Wesley Cromley 'Fess, weasel' usually seen near 109 or the Co-op. . . prefers 2 women and the Rifle Club . . . wants to be a whiskey inspector .. . hobby is miniature cars . . . favorite saying, 'Geel' Jack Culver . . . 'Hegan' . . . usually seen at 890 Bank St, with a irl from Central . . . likes sparkling brown eyes . . . amiition is to tmderstand women . . . avorite say- ing, "Kay. ' D. Dagley M. D'Agostino E. Davis Wesley Cunningham 'Wiggley Curtlingham' prefers a certain blue-eyed blonde, namely Betty, and football . . . ambition is to go to Ohio Northem . . . us- ually seen 225l 10th Street . .. favorite saying, 'We had a ball. " William Cimningham . .. 'Milt' . .. prefers baseball and a certain 5' ' brunette . . . hobby is sports and girls . . . usually seen at 869 Bertha . .. ambition is to play professional baseball . . . favorite saying, 'Tell me all about it. ' Richard Curt 'Dick' prefers chocolate milk- shakes and watching basketball games . . . usually seen at Benton's Pharmacy between '7 and 8 P.M. . . . hobby is sports.. . favorite saying, "l-le must be cracking up. ' Donna Dagley . . . 'Deebie' . . . likes having fun and sincere people .., usually seen in Room 208 at the Firestone Park Y .., ambition is to write a book ., . hobby is dramatics and psychology . . . favorite saying, 'You're a doll. ' Mary D'Agostino 'Mary' . .. wants to succeed in nursing .. . prefers roller skating, sincere people, and the President staff . . . usually seen at 1073 lmnan . . . hobby is collecting pictures of the lndians .. . favorite saying. "Jimineee. ' Ethelene Davis . .. 'Janey' five foot two, eyes of blue prefers Bob Carson, Jodie Lynn, and North Carolina . .. favorite pastime is reading and writing letters . . . wants to own a beauty shop . . . usually seen at Kresge's. ,. P. Decsi S. ix,ih E. Dem itri R. Dennison ' vm is U" uv 6' ff? 'CZ' Y WEZ7 ' I f f - S DiSalvo D. Dodrill M. Dunham Patricia Decsi . . , "Pat" . . . preferences are dancing and records . .. usually seen at 959 Inman . . . wants to be a telephone operator . . . hobby is collecting souvenirs . . . favorite saying, 'All righty. " Elaine Demitri .. . "MissElaneous" . . . making posters is leading to her ambition of owning a sign shop . . . us- ually seen driving her "Big Bad Buick' . . . favorite say- ing, "Oh what a pill. " Joy Dennison 'Joey' prefers slumber parties, Bill, and sports. . . usually seen with the Bugs . . . hobby is having fun and bowling . ., wants to get her MRS degree . . favorite saying, "Don't be so slow." Dean Dickerhoof 'Ding-ding' preference is Pontiac cars . . . usually seen walking to school . . . am- bition is to get Charlie's money out of the locker before he takes lt apart . .. hobby is fishing and model rail- roading. Robert DiDonato . . . 'Ditz' . . . preferences are loafing and lots of sleep . . . usually seen at the Handy Hangout on Lovers Lane . . . ambition is to be on time . . . hobby is sports . . . favorite saying, 'Come on you guys." Richard Dierin er . . . 'Smoky Dick' . .. to swim the Atlantic is DicE's ambition . .. usually seen on the Boulevard . . . preferences are F.B. , Oldsmobiles, and parties . . . hobby is cars. Q S' 6' 4 fr , ll' ll 7 , 4 fi f D. Dickerfoof R. DiDonato R. Dieringer 2 .' we is ' fs' I x yv ff f t f x ga f 9 B- - .- 3 , f f . , 4 .rl ' . i I . H. Durkin I. Ebenhoch B. Edwards Barbara Edwards . . . 'Bobbie' . . . a girl who is always laughing . . . likes to eat hamburgs and go to shows . .. usually seen around Joy Ave . .. favorite saying, "Oh, shucksl' Ioan Ebenhoch . . . 'loannie' . . . prefers dancing with J. P. . . . her hobby is music and art . . . wants to learn how to cook a full course meal with all the trimmin s usually seen at school . . . favorite saying, 'lsiy heavens. " Hugh Durkin 'Little Durkin' usually seen at the Waterloo or theY.M. . . . likes hamburgs and choc- olate milkshakes . .. ambition is to be the best dressed bum in town favorite saying, "That's the way it goes. ' Margaret Dunham . . . 'Maggie' .. . hobby is roller- skating . . . usually seen with Jim . . . prefers eating, the gang, and Mario Lanza . . . ambition is to be successful . . . favorite saying, 'Nutsl " Dolores Dodrill . .. "Dodo" . . . usually seen nowhere in particular . . . ambition is to be a medical technician . . hobby is horses . . likes strawberry milkshakes . . . favorite saying, 'No kidding. " Sally DiSalvo . . . 'Sop' . . . ambition is to be a house- wife .. . usually seen at Benton Pharmacy . .. preferences are Ernie Pier and Double-mint chewing gum . . . hobby is bowling .. . favorite saying, "Huh. " 1 Donald Edwards . . . 'Little Gear Jammer' .. . usually seen with two feet out from imder the car prefers women and cars . . . wants to be a mechanical engineer favorite saying, 'That's what the first one said.' Neva Eubank . . . 'Splinter' . . . mystery stories onT.V. are this gal's preference .. . usually seen at her friend's home wants to be a nurse . .. hobby is collectin coins and foreign paper money . . . favorite saying, 'Oi my goodness. ' Pauick Fenton . . . 'Flowerpot". . . usually seen atAmott's Pharmacy . . . prefers the 'Irish Sweepstakes' . . . hobby is reading books on 'How to Play Basketball' . . . am- bition is to raise flowers . . . favorite saying, 'Nice go- ing. ' Mona Rae Fettinger . .. 'Mona' . . . to raduate is this ga1's ambition . . . usually seen at Po1sEy's . .. prefers lond hair, blue eyes, and sailors . . . hobby is sleeping and eating . . . favorite saying, 'You're out of it. ' Roberta Fodor . . . 'Bert' . . . when she's not dancing or spending money she's usually seen at Rainbow meetmgs . . . likes tall blondes with blue eyes and 'Kaygee' . . . wants to be a teacher . . . favorite saying, 'That's what the last one said. ' John F. Fogle 'Fogey' a helpful gent with a crazy crew-cut . . . pre ers girls - namely one Barbara Ramicone usually seen at Ramicone's house and Parkateen . . . favorite saying, 'Cool cat. ' Irene Forrester . . . 'Brown Eyes' . . . hobby is oing to football games .. . usually seen waiting for a 5.1. cab . . . prefers people with a sense of humor . . . ambition is to always smile . . . favorite saying, 'Cut me bangs and call me Mamie. ' Ronald Frasher . . . 'Kaiser' prefers a certain gal from Barberton . . . usually seen skating at the Arena . . . ambition is to be a millionaire . . . hobby is skating .. . favorite saying, 'Huh?" Joan Fryer . . . 'lozie' . . . usually seen at Akron U bas- ketball games . .. prefers sports . . . ambition is to get a job that she will be happy in . . . favorite saying, 'Oh well. ' Ralph Furguson . . . 'Tony' . . . likes music and banana splits . . . ambition is to graduate from Michigan U . . . usually seen at the Waterloo and around .H.S . . . favorite saying, 'Don't know, do you?" Donald Gamble .. . 'Duck' . . . ambition is to stay out of 'Korea Tech' .. . preferences are raising hogs and Loews usually seen lookin at pictures in front of the Musical Bar . . , hobby is mogelairplanes , .. favorite saying, 'Crazy, man." Patricia Gechoff. . . 'Patti' . . . prefers tall, handsome, black-haired fellows, pizza, and 'Kaygee' . .. usually seen at the Waterloo or at all the games . .. wants to be a succes in everything . .. favorite saying, 'You wanna bet. ' D. Edwards N. Eubank P. Fenton M. Fettinger R. Fodor J, Fogle K v V 5' 'N e If. J 1 l. Forrester R. Frasher I. Fryer R. Furguson D. Gamble P. 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I-Q gfwsf-P: -,st .za N, 3' its e :E ' .4 ss' if I , , 'F - t-sl 1 H, fi A , , N 1 ' -Q . ur' J 'T A X A ' . sy -, ilfig J ,-t I :L lx Y' Glrlando L Glenn S Goldrng 1- M Harper Hartz Joseph Glrlando Drrbbles usually seen tn a bmon 15 to beat Coach Scheldt tn a game of golf prefers Y Leaders and slumber numbers favortte say mg Aw quit you re krllmg me Lanny Glenn hrs favorrtes are a redheaded trombone player and hamburgs wrth ketchup hobby IS model trams ambrtron IS to be a theatre technlcal dtrector usually seen no place tn particular favortte saytng Heck beck Sandra Goldln Sandy a peppy blonde who hkes to wnte etters to a certam marine Carl Wtnkler usually seen around the nerghborhood twulrng her baton favonte sayrng I m sorry Mary Ellen Gordon Me a vrvacrous blonde who goes for Waterloo hamburgs and Kaygee ltkes to be wrth the Three J s usually seen anywhere you look ambrtton rs to always be happy hobby rs dnvrng the Green Dragon Phyllrs Gnffrth Phr her favorites are a red headed drummer and hamburgs wrth ketchup hobby rs collecting menus wants to be a professional scout usually seen no place in partrcular favorite say mg That s tough Norma Harmon Toots musrc and friendly peo ple are thrs qruet gal s preferences usually seen at church playmg the ptano ls her hobby wants to be a teacheror a secretary favorite saying Mamma Mia b M Gordon P Grrffrth N Harmon Z' fb E Hartz D Hasso G Haskms D Hayes Marie Harper Budy prefers ood ttmes Safart tnto the lower regtons of South Afrrca favorite saytn It s not you tt s the way your mother dresses you Dorothy Hartz preferences are frrends fun and Fords usually seen wherever The Car goes wants to be a succesful bookkeeper favonte saytng l give up what? Evelyn Hartz Renle a petite aubum hatred gal who llkes to dance wrth a guy named Gus she s usually seen ndrng ln the Blue Beauty and beanng a gahtlr to Mcxgan Ave favorrte sayrng O o o kay ddte Dorothy Hasso Toots lrvely al that every one lrkes ltkes to be with the Stx usketeers enjoys spaghettr and meatballs usually seen at Kres e s would like to be an elementary school tea er Guy Hawkins Hawk prefers girls with new cars and money hobby rs drlvmg fast cars ambition rs to graduate usually seen at Goodyear s gum mtnes favorrte saying Take it easy Donald Haynes George prefers gtrls mme ls and basketball usually seen at Acme 314 and lue Swan bobby ls sports ambition ls to keep Uncle Joe where he belongs favorite saymg Go man go fn- W -l SQ - .4 A, ,, sf , -E' S .la . xy Q - A K X y XX U ' , K . S N X 5 gg ,, , .si -1 L Q S l 4. -et L r "-' fs , . 3 ,F Ir ,r 1 -ii X T 5 5 f ff Azftlek . D .... ' . ' ..." ' "... ' ...' "... ' us- red Chevy between the Waterloo and Poncho's . . . am- ually seen at the Waterloo . .. amgition is to lead a . , -. , .. - 'sf' ..."Red'...' .' "Dot". . ' . ...' g"... u' 'W . . ....' '...a". Mg I - ' " ..." 'l"... - ..." '... Is. 4 'K J 4 N G' , ' 5. ,U if 6 if R. Heckel W. l-legyes J. Henry D. Hepner B. Herget 1. Horan Richard Heckel . . . 'Dick' . . . preferences are Fords, and french fries . . . usually seen at Blondheims or Tri- angle .. . ambition is to be ambitious . . favorite say- ing, "Rack 'em up." Wilma Hegyes . . . 'Kitty' . . . this dark haired gal likes slumber parties and cheerleadin . . . ambition is to sin in the Boys Glee Club at Ohioil . . . usually seen witg the gang . . . favorite saying, 'THAT makes sense?" Joseph Henry ... 'Pete' . .. usually seen at Benton's Drug Store and Dietz Ave.. .hobby is sports . .. likes cars, clothes, and money . . . wants to own a new Ford . . . favorite saying, 'That's pretty cool. " 6 J. Horner G. Horvath J. Howell Joan Homer . ., 'Joar1ie' . . . a peppy aubum-hairedgal who likes cheering, food, and 'Don' . . . ambition isto be an airline hostess . . . usually seen at the Waterloo or cheering at the games favorite saying, "Beseri- ous. ' Gloria Horvath . . . "DeDe" . . . prefers fried chicken. cops, and Josie . . . hobby is going to sports events and swimming . .. usually seen at the Mary Lee Candy Shop . . . favorite saying, 'It takes brains to do a stupid thing like that. ' Jane Howell . .. 'Rusti' . . . hobby is music . . . usually seen at school . . . wants to go to college . . . preferences are hamburgs and roller skating . . . favorite saying, 'Oh well, that's the way the ball bounces. ' Don Hepner .. . 'Professor' . . . can usually be seen at Cen-teen . .. he prefers '37 Mercurys and Nomia . .. his ambition is to get through college .. . favorite say- ing, 'Dig me! ' Barbara Herget . . . 'Barb' . . . usually seen at the Kozy Kitchen . . . prefers being with a certain Don .. . hobby is bowling . . . wants to travel the U. S. . .favorite saying, "Dam. " Joseph Horan . . . 'Joska Botchki' . . . prefers A.B. and Dick's stag parties . . . usually seen thumbin a ride out Brown St. . .ambition is to marry Marilyn ilonroe .. . favorite saying, "Mabel, Black Label. " G- S B. Hreha J. Hudson C. Huff Elizabeth Hreha . . . 'Betty' .. . music is her hobby . . . likes Meyer's Lake, french-fries, and milkshakes usually seen at Parkateen or I-Teen . .. wants to et through 4 years of college favorite saying, 'Ieve got news for you. John Hudson . . . 'Hairless Jack' . . ambition is to be an Admiral in 3 years . . . prefers East High girls, 8th period study hall, and Pepsi-Cola usually seen at Hedy's house . .. hobby is playing polo . .. favorite saying, 'Cool John. ' Cheryl Huff. . . 'Chuff' . . , a peppy gal who likes slum- ber parties, dances and 'Kaygee' . . . usually seen rod- ding around in her red Plymouth . . . ambition is to be a college director of admissions . . . favorite saying, "That's not too hokey. " Paul Inman . . . 'Mr. Physic' . . . ambition is to get his Dad's Studebaker to peel . . . usually seen at Hedy's .. . prefers bmnettes and hamburgs with everything . . . hobby is swimming and bowling . . . favorite saying, 'Sunk in a ditch. ' Marilyn Jackson. . . 'Jackie' . . . usually seen skating at the Rollercade . .. ambition is to reach Florida for a vacation this year . . likes french fries and hamburgs . . . favorite saying, "Don't know, do you?' Henry James . . . 'Flip' . . . this musical guy's preferences are girls and steaks . . . usually seen anyplace . . . ambi- tion is to be a musician . .. hobby is music and girls . . . favorite saying, 'Let's get with it. ' P. Inman M. Jackson H, James Charlotte Kattouf . . . 'Chuckie' . . . hobby is driving around with Nancy . . . usually seen at the Waterloo . . . prefers her family, the gang, and conventions . . . favor- ite saying, 'What did I do to make you mad -BA -BEEP' Janet Keith . . . 'Ian' . . . hobby is collecting snapshots . . . usually seen at the Waterloo. . . prefers a light blue Olds . . . wants to be a housewife . . . favorite say- ing, 'I reckon.' William Kemp 'Manuel' preferences are cars and girls . . . usually seen at Blondheims or the Water- loo . .. ambition is to own a Rolls Royce . . . favorite saying, 'Save your confederate moneyg the South will rise again. ' C. Kartouf J. Keith W. Kemp Alice Jennings . . . 'Billy' . ., a busy employee of South Plaza .. . prefers a certain sailor and Pennsylvania . . . plans on being a housewife . . . collects salt and pepper shakers . . . favorite saying, 'Oh, you crazy kid. " William Jones . . . 'Hoot' . . . usually seen at Blondheims .. . prefers women and Cadillacs wants to own a Cadillac DeVille, and ha-ve a new home paid for favorite saying, 'What you say, cat. " Judith Juengel . . . 'Judy' . . . a vivacious bnrnette who likes being with her sister. Julie, and Forshay's after dances usually seen in a '41 Pontiac . .. hobbyis sleeping . . . favorite saying, 'My word. " A. Jennings B. Jones I. Juengel Mona Kiefer .., 'Corkie' . .. ambition is to go to California with Shirley and have a 'crazy time' usually seen at Eagles of Mario's . . . prefers pizza and the gang at Kippy s hobby is dancing favorite saying, 'I dig it to no end. ' William Kirk .. . 'Willie' . .. prefers girls that trust you . . . usually seen at 1511 Brown St. . .hobby is home- work! . . . ambition is to pick fruit in Florida . . . favor- ite saying, "So, I don't know. ' Richard Kish . . . 'Frenchy' . . . preference is Hedy . . . usually seen at Hedy's house . . . hobby islgrowin goatees wants to be one of the 'Ten Best essecFBums of America' . . . favorite saying. 'Don't be arenaceous. " M. Kiefer W. Kirk R. Kish ar! A -s sill . Ii 1, 0 i 1 . 5 Ti: A. Koons B. Knovacs I. Kreiner Audrey Koons 'Audrey Mae' when she is not busy with letter writing and music, she is busy doing church work or studyin drama . . . she hopes to attend Anderson Colle e and ecome a social worker . . . favor- g E ite saying, 'Oh sad. " Barbara Kovacs . . . 'Bab' . . . preferences are Les, bas- ketball games, hamburgs, and lemon milkshakes usually seen with 'The Bugs' ambition is to be a professional dancer . . . favorite saying, 'Holy Cowl' . . . hobby is twirling. Beverly Lawver . . . 'Toots' . . . usually seen at the Blue Swan . . . likes a certain N.G.B. and the Six Mus- kateers . . . hopes to bea successful secretary . . . hobby is bowling and danc- invg . . . favorite saying, " hat's the use. " B. Lawver Clair Lamb . . . 'Bud' . .. prefers the little one and track .. . usually seen at the little one's house . . . hobby is chasing the 'Moondog Express' . . . ambition is to give his class ring to the little one . . . favorite saying, 'She hates me. ' Donald Lastocy . . . 'Captain' . . . a handsome athlete who likes to be with Joanie and at the Waterloo . . . he can usually be seen at 1729 Brownorat the Trian le .. . inthe future he wants to have a nice home for his Family. Barbara Leibold. . . 'Screwy Lou' .. . a gial with spark- ling eyes w ose ambition is to et even with Lengyel and iastocy . . . prefers pizza and Florida . . . us- ually seen at Parkateen or the Waterloo .. . favorite saying, 'What's with your' Barbara Lewis . . . 'Bobbie' preference lsTed and driv- ing a blue Plymouth .. . usually seen at 695 112 Van Everett... her am- bition is fulfilled - she married Ted .. . hobby is cooking and sleeping . . . favorite saying, 'Shoot." M. Lacock C. Lamb D. Lastocy James Kreiner ... "Jim" . . . likes inch thick T-bones and 300 N. Firestone . . hobby is numismatics . . . us- ually seen in a green Ford going anywhere wants to get married and live in lorida . . . favorite saying, 'Serious nowl ' Mary Ioan Lacock . . . 'M.J. ' . . . usually seen driving a yellow studebaker .. . ambition is to aduate from Miami U. . .hobby is rwirlin . . . she prefgfs basketball games and fans of the bans .. . favorite saying, 'Oh udge. ' -v Gil na- S . Q a. , , ' 5 I geqgfjwn , 3 A If N X I i X X B. Leibold J, Lengyel I. Leven: James Levens . . . 'Red' . . . hobby is weight lifting . . . ambition is to become a millionaire . . . preference is girls with money . .. favorite saying, 'That's life. ' Jack Lengyel 'Crazy le s' prefers insurance companies that pay off anag his faithful funtil deathj '37 Dodge . . . ambition is to shave Malenkov on the White House Steps . . . hobby is having intellectual talks with his teachers. B. Lewis D. Lewis Donald Lewis 'Skip' . . . prefers'Why Don't You Believe Me' by Joni James with a certain brunette . . . usuallyseen in his blue '35 Plymouth wants to be able in the future to sup- port a wife favcxite saying, 'You dou't say.' N Xxx Wanda Licia . . . 'Wandy' . . . hobby is driving Olds- mobiles . . . wants to be a secretary. . . usually seen at South Akron Kresge 's . . . likes city chicken and cho- colate cokes . . . favorite saying, "Fudgesicle. " Joseph Livigni. . . 'Livigni' . ., ambition is to make a buck . . . usually seen with Dot and at the comer .. . preference is Dot and the comer. . . favorite say- ing, "Well, tell me all about it. " Norma Lucas 'Lukie' prefers a '51 green Mercury, Reenie, and D.G. . . usually seen at Kresge's in South Akron . . . wants to be a nurse . . . hobby is watching T. V. and sports . . . favor- ite saying, "Fiddlesticks." x V S 4 x V .N A I D W. Licia 1. Livigni Wilfred Lower . . . 'Bill' . .. prefers blondes with blue Shirley Luthie .. . 'Shirl' . ., her ambition is to go to eyes, Oldsmobiles and hamburgs . . . usually seen in his Califomia with Mona . . . prefers the an at Kippy's, father's Olds . . . wants to be successful in whatever he especially those crazy Italian guys. . . Eobgy is bowling attempts . . . hobby is playing ping-pong . . . favorite and dancing . .. favorite saying, "Cool, man, cool".. . saying, "Good going. " usually seen at Eagle and Mario's. Shirley Long .. . 'Buckie' . .. ambition is to dig that Kenneth MacDonald .., "MacGougals" . . . hobby is 'crazy bop' . . . usually seen at the Waterloo or Ho lands basketball, football, and baseball . . . wants to become '. . . prefers meatball sandwiches, clothes and swimming an airline pilot .. . prefers hamburgs and chocolate , , . hobby is bowling and dancing . . . favorite saying, milkshakes .. . usually seen at Polly's Lunch favor- 'That guy is nowhere. " ite saying, "Fidd1estix. " James Ltuin . .. "Jim" .. . N'X S. Long W. Lower N. Lucas Jacquelyn Mackey . . . 'Jackie' . .. prefers curly brown hair and blue eyes . . . usually seen at the Waterloo with the gang . . . hobby is driving the Ford . . . favorite say- ing, 'Roll that ball for the game of 'fascination'. " Darrel Mangrum . . . 'Mac' . . . usually seen at Joyce Brotherton's house hobby is homework! ... prefers women, money, cars ambition istofinish college . . . favorite saying, "Cra-a-a-zy. " S. Luthie K. MacDonald J. Mackey likes track, fish, and french fries usually seen at 563 N. Firestone am- bition is to become a 'wheel' .. . his hobby is changing perfectly good music . .. favorite saying, "Chuff. " I . Lunn Michael Marinics .. . 'The Marauder" preferences are Marcene and his Chrysler . . . usually seen anyplace but home . . . hobby is sports . . . ambition is to play base- ball . . . favorite saying, "You're nothing. " John L. Martin 'Ace' a good athlete whose preferences are money, success, and girls . .. usually seen at Cozy Comer ambition is to play for the Cleveland Browns . . . favorite saying, "What's happen- ing?" D. Mangrum M. Marinics I. Martin L gs . Dolly Maxwell 'Doll' ... prefers sharp carsand men . . . hobby is paint' . . . usually seen at City Hos pital . .. wants to join e Waves . . . favorite saying 'You don't mean it Q... tn si D, Maxwell N. McClain N. McClintick E, McCormick M. Menedez M. Mercer Juanita Mick Mickey usually seen at the Fire stone Bank and home likes to get long distance telephone calls from Hudson wants to be a successful housewife favorite saying Oh you re breaking my heart Nancy McClain . . . 'Nan' . . . since her hobby is skat ing, she's usually seen at the Rollercade . . . her ambi tion is to o to Florida . . likes 6'2" soldiers and ham burgs . . . avorite saying, 'Wha at! Marianne Miller Teeny prefers lots of fun food and laughter usually seen in the President staff room wants to be a primary teacher and write let ters in French favorite saying I love that Ned McClintick . . . 'Mac' . . . hobby is trying to start his Plymouth prefers cars, women, and Saturday nights . . . usually seen sneaking in the back door favorite saying, "That's cool' .. . ambition is to have fun in college Elaine McCormick . . . 'E' . . . preference is Ed ually seen at basketball games .. . ambition is very little favorite saying, "Let me tell you a little SCCICIC Patricia Miller a preferences are curly hair and hazel eyes usually seen at Blondheims demand ing curb service wants to be a housewife for a cer tain D M favorite saying Oh you Joanne Mrnnrn er Joanne likes boys with cars that don t brea down usually seen at Kozy Kitchen ambition is to get her M R S degree hobby is collectin Frankie Laine records favorite saying 'You rea y? Norman Menendez 'Norm' ambition is to get through college . . . prefers blondes, payday, and ham burgs usually seen at Kozy Kitchen hobby is bowling and golfing . . . favorite saying, "l-lonest. Lois Minninger LuLu preferences are white Mercurys usually seen at Ann Trezic shouse or Rexall s . wants to be a success in life some day . . hobby is riding in a 49 Mercury favorite saying Sure. Marian Mercer . 'Merc' . . a musical miss who's usually seen at the Waterloo 5th period . .. prefers Mr Wilson's plays and th.: 'Gang Green' . . . ambition is to teach Barbara Nichols to drive . . . favorite saying, "l'll ' uv buy that. I. Mick M. Miller , T' Mary Lou Mitseff . . . Mitts bowling and collectin records are her hobbies . . wants to be a professiona bowler . . prefers chip chops dances and Oldsmobile convertibles . favorite saying Be serious. P. Miller I. Minninger L. Minninger M. Mitseff AQ sa' ' 'C' f -W . N. Mokros I. Monroe M. Moore Maxine Mokros . . . usually seen riding in a black Chev- rolet . . . prefers blond hair and blue eyes owned by a certain D.M. . . . wants to be a successful private secre- tary favorite saying, "Honest?' . .. hobby is de- signing and painting. Janice Monroe . . . 'lannie' . . . her preferences are sailors and letters from Bill . .. she is usually seen with the gangi at the 'Green Duck' . .. her favorite saying is, 'Har ! I think l hear my mom. ' Maxine Moore . . . 'Max' . . . preferences are food and clothes . . . usually seen almost anyplace . . . hobby is dancing and eating . . . wants to make lots ofmoney and then retire . . . favorite saying, 'I've got news for you. ' Robert Morrison .. . 'Bob' . . . likes Cadillacs and girls . ., usually seen at Blondhelms and the Rollercade .. . ambition is to be an undertaker . . . favorite saying, 'Dig you later. ' Wilma Muck . . . 'Willie' . . . likes to listen to Johrmy Ray records . . . usually seen at the Royal . . . ambition is to be a photographer .. . likes a certain someone . . . favorite saying, 'Put a bag on it. " Julianne Munteanu . . . 'Julie' . . . a cute dark-haired gal who likes shrimp and 'Kay ee' . .. likes to be with Two J's and Me ' . . . usuagy seen around food wants to be a clotges buyer. . . favorite saying, 'Knock it off. " B. Myers G. Myles H. Neller 1 R. Morrison W. Muck J. Munteau Betty Sue Myers . . . 'Becky' . . . prefers weekends with Bud . . hobby is sleeping and eating . . . usually seen at 976 Neptune . . . wants to be happy and make some- one else happy . . . favorite saying, "Oh, well. ' Glenn Myles . . . 'Red' . . . preferences are money. cars, and eating . . . usually seen at home . .. wants to get through college . . . favorite saying, 'Oh no! ' Harold Neller 'Ham' prefers hamburgs and milkshakes with that certain girl . .. usually seen in the halls any period wants to be a success in life . . . hobby is Student Council and swimming . . . favor- ite saying, 'All right. ' Charles Nestor ... 'Nestles' . . . usually seen almost anywhere imaginable . . . ambition is to be in a movie with Marilyn Monroe . . . prefers women and song . . . hobby is sports . . . favorite saying, 'That's all right. " Barbara Nichols . . . 'Nickie' . . . prefers Kent and 'Gang Green' . . . usually seen at the Waterloo 5th period or with Kent . . . hobby ismusic . . . favorite saying, "Honey, there is a cop that lives on the corner: please stop at the 4-way stop. ' Joyce Nickoloff . . . "I0ycie' . . . prefers slumber parties and eating with the gang at the Waterloo . . . ambition is to make Io Ann Vargo understand boys . .. favorite saying, 'Good one, kid ' C. Nestor B. Nichols 1. Nickoloff 56- 'Qi A- f of . fir? 9 I 1 Margaret Ntrner ggi lrkes money clothes and new cars wants to rettre before graduatmg and buy a new car usually seen drtvtng the car favortte saytng Hey guess what hobby ts eat mg 12 hot dogs Sally Norman Janie a talented smger who lxkes clothes a Ponttac Cataltna and Harold wants to attend Mrchtgan State hobby rs stngmg collecttng records and swunmmg favorite saytng 'You know 1 bf Sally Nye Celery a Charleston expert ually seen at Blue Trt cabmet meetrngs and Kaygee prefers waterskung saxlboats and Canada Wants to be an atrltne hostess favortte saytng And me wtthout a spoon Donald Oldham Eldum prefers parttes and Poncho s usually seen at 1226 Neptune wants to own a Rolls Royce w1th the dual fox tatls hobby IS sports and acttng mtellxgent favortte saytng That s not mce nies M Nxmer S Norman S Nye D Oldham C Olwer C Ondack Cosmo Oltver Yacclav Blaha preference lS progressive mustc usually seen at home hobby ts mustc favorite saymg I say Charles Ondack Chuck hobby IS photography usually seen at locker 312 ltkes clothes money and Izzy ambition ts to be a success tn ltfe favorite saylng You re crazy yrs tvs" Q5 P Onisko ls Osbome Gordon Oster Gouge pronounced Gou1e m bttion rs to be able to sleep 18 hours a day prefers Pat food and cars usually seen anywhere or Pat s house hobby IS cars Evan Owens preferences are hamburgs and Cadxllacs usually seen at Handy s Youth Center hobby 15 collecnng good records ambttton 15 to be a success favonte saying Oh well Patncra Onrsko at a qutet gal who ltkes the Six Musketeers and Canada when she s not bowl mg or swtmmmg she s usually seen at The Spot tn Barberton ambttton ts to be a success tn ltfe Kathleen Osbome Kathy a blue eyed talka ttve mtss whose preference ts a blonde wrth reen eyes ambmon ts to be on ttme when Mary oan prcks her up usually seen 1n a whtte Ford favortte saying You know l 3 T' Oster E Owens C Parker Peterson Carol Parker Carol Baby usually seen with a certatn tall blonde or dancmg at lean Shepard s am bttion ts to keep awake after dancmg the ntght before favortte saytng "You don t know me but hi' Thomas Peterson Tom preferences 1sG H S lrbrary and dnvtng hobby rs anythmg and everythtng ambition ts to be an Ohro senator usually seen on the way to and from Garfield favorrte saymg Money isn t everythtng ' ...'Ma ' ,' , ' ...us- ,.- lil' -iw 6 Tl' X' , .V y ' I I ' i. ,Qi ' ww Y A ' x ,3 ' S ' s if 'X 1, S S- 449 tg If I i' - - .ll ' l' j " ' ...'P ' ' FD- J K A ' bk , W 2-'j "'- , 'V 1 5 f- xl- ' I!! ' V l .-1 .f V, 15 ' , ,I , C -c f . '. G. . . T. ...' ", ' "'...a - 1 ...' Y "... I Claudette Pinkus . . . 'Babe', as this laughing bnmette is known, likes to watch Coventry fChoo-Choo Heckle- manj play . . . usually seen at Woolworth's . . . favorite saying, 'Don't get shook up. " John Postiach . . . 'locko' . . . ambition is to take over from 'Uncle Joe' and become 'Czar John I' . . . usually seen at the Waterloo . .. prefers women and song . . . favorite saying, 'Louie says, 'youse is to come witme! ' Io Ann Pramuka .. . 'loanie' prefers Martin and Lewis, skating, and bowlin . . . usually seen around . . . wants to be happy in her ligfs work . . . hobby is watch- ing T. V. . . favorite saying, "Honestly. ' Loren Price . . . 'Lorney' . . . usually seen at the Water- loo or Buchtel . . . preferences are juvenile courts and parties ambition is to go to Gemiany favorite saying, 'No ccmment. ' ' qw y ' ' 'fx L , ,fag , Y " P' 1 j , , ' L flif rs . l il C, Pinkus I. Postiach I. Prarnuka L. Price P. Primrose C. Pritchard Patricia Primrose 'Pat ' . . likes da Sy . ncing and Waterloo chip-chops . . . usually seen at the Lyn.. . am- bition is always to be happy hobby is skating and marionettes . . . favorite saying, 'Simply devastating. ' Charles Pritchard . . . 'Chuck' . . . likes dancin , ham- burgs, and cokes . . . ambition is to play professional baseball . . . usually seen at the Waterloo . .. favorite saying, "That's the breaks. " , -fa. --V 7' 4'3" . I. Pudoka R. Raines B. Ramicone Barbara Ramicone . . . 'Barby' an ambitious, sin- cere person .. . she likes ham, steak. and people with blonde hair and blue eyes . .. usually seen with Fred Fogle . . favorite saying, 'Go home. " Henry Ray . . . 'Bud' . . . ambition is to get his car paid for hobby is visltiitig a friend of John Boettner's named George pre erences are good food and his car. . f J 4 Joan Pudoka . . . 'Ioanie' . . . prefers a certain someone with a red convertible . . . usually seen at the Canteen . . . wantsto take a triptoCalifomia with Mona, Juanita, and Roberta . . . favorite saying, 'Only three more days. " Ronald Raines . . . 'lake' . . . preference is the comer .. . hobby and ambition are a secret .. . usually seen on the comer . . . favorite saying, 'I go that route. ' 1 F t 9 ' 'T su .bf is X Vi' ' fl! Xxx H. Ray G. Reed L. Relmi Gail Reed . . . 'Minnie Pearl' . . . likes records, Freddy, and her folks usually seen with the ang at the Waterloo . . , ambition is to leam how to :give without hitting anyone . . . favorite saying, "That's pretty cool. " Lois Rehm . . . 'Lou' . . . she likes the South, sharp clothes, and sharp people to match . . . hobby is Student Council . . . wants to be a Public Relations Director and live in New York City favorite saying, "l'lJ buy that! ' l W fl 1 fu- Q36- 'V' - , . , pg.. . Q? 5 ,,... " A ,C- A ' X . X W X 5 fig g if I4 X X X W ,L I. Reich R. ReD8SkY L. Riblett I. Rich I. Richards H. Ricter Joseph Reich . . . 'Jose' . . a good looking fellow who's usually seen at A.R. C. or the Waterloo . . . ambition is to overpower Zsa-Zsa and to abolish senior expenses . .. prefers pizza pie with steak sauce. Richard Repasky . . . 'Bolsheivik Dick' . . . wants to be on the fencing team at Miami U and President ofthe 'Moon Dogers' usually seen at the Kozy Kitchen . . . hobby is his '37 Chrysler . . . favorite saying, 'You buying?" Lewis Riblett 'Hard Rock' . . . preference is East High girls . . . usually seen at the Waterloo .. . ambition is to be a man . . . favorite saying, 'Holy kamona. ' D. Riley R. Rinesmith C. Ritchey Dale Riley . . . 'Fingers' . . . preference is Mary, cheese- burgs, and cars . . . usually seen at Firestone and Mary's house . . . hobby is baseball . . . favorite saying, 'Mom, canl use the car?" Richard Rinesmith . . . 'Dick' . . . prefers people who try to show off what they haven't got . . . ambition is to get married . . . favorite saying, 'Hey. " Clarene Ritchey 'Sarge' .. no tellin' where he's usually seen . . . prefers traveling and the US Amiy . . . ambition is to build his own 'ranch type' castle hobby is flying favorite saying, "Get 'em tiger.' Io Ann Rich 'lo' wants to be able todo the right thing at the right time . . . usually seen with ther gang . . . prefers Abbie and the dictator and having fun . . . favorite saying, 'Tell me another one, Ace. ' James Richards . . . 'Smiley' . . . usually seen at school . . . hobby is sports . .. ambition is everything . . . pre- ferences are Babs, his car, and money . . . favorite say- ing, 'Oh, I don't know. " Harriett Richter . . . 'Cricket' . . . preferences are roller skating and bananas . .. usually seen at F, W. Wool- worth s and church hobby is collecting newspaper clippings . . . favorite saying, 'Huny up. ' C. Rohrbough N. Rose S. Runge Shirley Mae Runge . . . 'Dolly' . . . usually seen anywhere but home . . . prefers tall boys and Chevies . . . wants to get through four years of college alive . . . favorite say- ing, 'Thank the Lord for smal favors." Nancy Rose . . . 'Nan' . . . ambition is to never have to do homework at midnight . . . prefers Homer, the gang, chip-chops, and driving in the rain . .. hobby is having fun usually seen at Burre11's favorite saying, 'l-ley, you guysl' Phillip Rohrbough .. . 'Phil' . . . preferences are 5' 6' brown-haired gals and Fords . . . usually seen at Hoover's .. . ambition is to get through college .. . favorite say- ing, 'Holy jumping catfish ' , K, , 1 W I R, Rupp H. Sanders W. Saunders J Schonover N Scrimgeour RobertRupp "Bi55Q.R." likes robe lostin the wilderness above Bro St, with a black-haired, brown- eyed girl . . . usually seen at Garner Bros. . . wants to be a lawyer . . . favorite saying, 'What a weird. " Ioyoe Sanders . . . "I0y' . . . when she's not daydreaming she's usually seen at Phyl's or her attic . . . prefers New York and contemporary art . . . wants to be a successful artist on the left bank of Paris . . . favorite saying, 'Ie ne sais pas. ' William Saunders . . . 'Red' . . . preference is school!! hobby is comitinirhis money . . . wants to be rich . . . usually seen in A on . . . favorite saying, 'lt's the greatest. " S.-.v at 5 s Y E if 1' R. Sees G. Segerlund P. Serdinak R Sheneman Robert Sees . .. 'Bob' . ., likes southern fried chicken and lo Lee .. . wants to spend 7 years in college and come out a full fledged dentist . . . usually seen at Io Lee's house - when pennitted . . . favcrite saying, 'Don't get wise. ' Gerald S erlund .., 'Tennessee Fid' likes coffee, convertibegs, and cute girls . . . wants to find a car that will beat Tweedy's Plymouth usually seen ar the Waterloo . . . hobby is golf. . . favorite saying, 'Control yourself. ' Pauline Serdinak . .. 'Pidgeon' . . . when d1e's not col- lecting letters she likes to be with Frank and 'Willie' . . . usually seenat the Royal . . . wants to join the Waves or be a Police Woman .., favcrite saying, 'You don't say.' Richard Sikoral . .. "One-hit Sikoral" .. . usually seen at the Waterloo... hobby is working and eating . . . likes calendars 'A La' Monroe favorite saying, "lf you don't succeed at first, don't try again and make a fool of yourself. " Betty Simkanin ... 'Shorty' . . . prefers dancing with a certain Italian boy ... hobby is drawing wants to be a housewife . , . usually seen at Eagle's or Kippy's . . . favorite saying, "You're crazy. " Conrad Simmons . . . "Adolf" . . . Witty as they come. and a sincere friend likes Papoofniks and Buchtel High .. . usually seen looking in mirrors . .. ambition is to climb telephone poles. . . favorite saying, "Mout.' R. Sikoral E. Simkanin 1 , if ,V .1 ff . C. Simmons Carson Snyder . . . "Snird' . . . usually seen at Blond- heims hobby is sports . ., ambition is to make a million prefers girls like Rosemary and Ioan .. . favorite saying, "Aw now." Eileen Snyder .. . "I" . . . wants to marry a rich man or a poor boy . . . prefers boys, Buicks and bands .. . us- ually seen at Backer's Jewelry or at Garfield's games . . . hobby is sports and a scrapbook . . . favorite saying, "I'll never tell." Eleanor Snyder . . . 'Ellie' . . . likes football player and spumoni . . . usually seen at Kozy Kitchen . . . hobby is going out with the kids . . . ambition is to go to college . . . avorite saying, 'l.et's be serious. " C. Snyder E. Snyder E. Snyder J ,Q Drina Simmons... 'Lee' prefers Kentucky, ham- burgs, and french -fries . . . usually seen in front of T. V. ., , ambition is to live up to her parents hopes. . . hobby is corresponding with foreign students .. . favorite say- ing, "No kidding." David Singer . .. "Dave' . . . prefers brunettes with bangs and centerfield usually seen at lerry's ., . hobby is bowling . . . ambition is to bowl a 300 game . . . favorite saying, 'Ya gotta get in there and F-I-I-Gl-IT! l" Mary Sloan . .. hobby is music and cooking likes eating, sleeping, nice clothes, and Dale wants to be a good housewife and learn how to drive a '50 Buick favorite saying, 'What the heck" ... usually seen at Ridenour's. D. Simmons D. Singer M. Sloan Janet Stadelman . . . 'lay' . . . preferences are boys, blue eyes and hamburgs . . . ambition is to graduate . . . hobby is eating and bowling . . . usually seen at the Waterloo and Firestone . . . favorite saying, "Oh! " Marilyn Spangler . . . "Mimi" . . . usually seen at 'The Spot' in Barberton . . . likes a certain GUY and the 'Six Musketeers' . . . wants to work at Ohio Bell . . . hobby is dancing and bowling . . . favorite saying, 'Honest. " Carolyn Spangler . . . 'Kay" . . . usually seen at "The Spot' in Barberton. . . hobby is dancing and bowlin . . . ambition is to work at the Ohio Bell . .. likes spa qaetti and the 'Six Musketeers .. . favorite saying, "'?hat's only right. " C. Spangler M. Spangler I, Stadelman cas: ,Q se' S X l Thomas Stekle . .. "Sax-man" . .. prefers Brillhearr . . . usually Seen at the Falls Eagles hobby is standing behind his King Super "20" . . . wants to be a musician . . . favorite saying, 'That goes without saying. " Basil Stephanoff "Steef" usually seen at the Iednota Club . . . hobby is buying shoulder holsters for the "boys" . . . prefers Moondog Sides . . . favorite say- ing, "Play it cool. " Sally Sterling . . . 'Red' . .. a flaming redhead who en- joys "Kaygee" and riding with Bob in a grey Plymouth . . . ambition is to become President of "M. R.B. C." . .. usually seen at 749 N. Firestone favorite saying, 'Don 't know, do you?" 1? new M, X, T. Stekle B. Stephanoff S. Sterling Doris Taylor . . . "Do Do' . . . usually seen in Room 208, Sth and 9th periods . . . prefers chili and President sub- scribers . . . ambition is to be a sociologist . . . favorite saying, "That's mine." Gerald Thomas-Moore "Ger" usually seen at the Norwalk Truck Co. . . wants to be a college professor ., . hobby is music and reading . ,. preference is Mrs. Sethman's American Lit class . . . favorite saying, "Oh fudge. " Frederick Tippel .. . "Fritz" . . . preference is Oldsmo- biles . . . hobby is pushing his car. . , ambition is to re- tire at 21 . . . favorite saying, 'Crazy cool, " D. Taylor G. Thomas-Moore F. Tippel Paul Stresnak . . . "Stretch" . . . ambition is to take over where Dillinger failed .. . usually seen at the Jednota Club .. . hob y is making phone calls to a certain party . . . favorite saying, 'Raise you a dime. " Leon Stump . . . "Luc ie" . . . hobby is tryin to deliver his papers on time angeating . . . likes Dick ghenemans Dodge ambition is to live, love, and make friends usually seen at all the games . .. favorite saying, 'Down boy. " James Suter . .. "lim" . . . prefers chip-chops, custom cars, and beautiful women . . . wants to beg, borrow, or steal a college diploma . . . usually seen at the Water- loo and Ellet .. favorite saying, "That's the greatest." G 'c- L 'A 'PNN 'L P. Stresnak L. Stump J. Suter CarolTows1ey . . . "Kate" . . . usually seen at the Lyn and the Waterloo . .. wants to be a successful house- wife . .. likes blonde hair and blue eyes . .. hobby is eating and roller skating . . . favorite saying, "lsn't that cute. " Robert Tofanelli . . . "Tuffy" . . . usually seen at Scott's . . . ambition is to own a Chevy like Fred Tipples . . . hobby is sharpening pencils in retail-selling class favorite saying, "Dig that crazy cat. " Shirley Tipton ... 'Laurie' usually seen at the Olympic . . . likes Eddie Fisher, new cars, and men .. . ambition is to always be happy . . . hobby is reading and bowling , . , favorite saying, "Details. " S. Tipton R. Tofanelli C. Towsley 9 N -1 Q'- f. .Q ,N W. , ,. . f sta W1 K X 1 ' gs :ff xx X A .1 - '- Gary Trachsel usually seen fishing or in the body buildirig room . .. ambition is to become President of the Be Telephone Company. Alben Tracy . . . 'Al' . . . prefers butterscotch pies and being city champs in every sport . . . usually seen any- where, any time . . . ambition is to be a millionaire . . . hobby is fishing . . . favorite saying, 'Don't worry about it. ' Isabel Tricaso . . . 'Dizzy' .. . usually seen running from the Co-op to Mary Lee's and vice versa . . . likes polkas, chip-chops, and boys with black wavy hair and brown eyes . . . wants to o to Europe . .. favorite say- ing, "For crying in a buciet. ' Joseph Tricaso . . . 'Piasan' . . . usually seen at Blond- heirns . .. ambition is to join the Navy .. . hobby is stomping grapes for Mike's still wants to own his own car and barrel 6. G X be 1 5 'F' lx 8 l fl L X it 1 i X G. Trachsel A. Tracy I. Tricaso I. Tricaso favorite saying, 'Ma shu. ' y S' 6 , , K1 .5- te-, A J ' I Y ' A i f L. Trimble S. Troutrnan fr" N. Turvey R. Tweedy I. Vargo G. Vemon M. Vidican I. Waddell Marie Trimble . . . 'Ree' . . . usually seen in her 'Merry Oldsmobile' . .. ambition is to get an easy job, make lots of money, and marry that certain man .. . likes men, food, and sleeping . .. favorite saying, 'Don't know, do yar' Sherry Troutrnan . . . 'Sher' DfefCl'S Jim Stames. cheerleading and food .. . ambition is to catch on to Betty Kozy's jokes .. . usually seen at games or with Jim . . . favorite saying, 'You known' Norma Turvey ,,, 'Turv' . ambition is to never re- gret the things she never did . . . hobby is roller skating . . . likes fried chicken and l. I. . . . usually seen at the Spotless Spot . . . favorite saying, 'lt's about time I wasn 't here. ' Richard Tweedy 'Dick' .. . usually seen driving the 'Green Dragon' . . likes harnburgs and milkshakes, East High girls, and the Waterloo ... wants to be a real estate ro er . . . hobby is working favorite saying, 'No kidding?" Ioannevargo . .. 'Fido' . . . wants to get rid of her snap, crackle, and pop . . . likes blue eyes, black wavy hair, and football games . . . usually seen at the Waterloo, with Io Ann favorite saying, 'Get it Clyde' hobby is dancing. Gloria Vemon . . . 'Mickie' . . . a peppy miss who likes dancing and Broadway musicals . . . usually seen at slumber parties or Lui i's . .. ambition is to make up her mind as to what is Ee: ambition . . . favorite saying, 'I'll buy that crazy hat. " Matthew Vidican . . . wants to graduate from college . . . hobby is sports . . . ambition is to get to college . . favorite saying, 'C'mon, let's go. " Ianice Waddell 'Jan' .. . a girl with a laughing personality . . . likes '37 Fords and oys with sandy hair and green eyes . . . usually seen at 'Kayggle' and Parka- teen .. . favorite saying, 'You don't ow, do your' Robert Waddell . . . 'Bob' . . . preferences are hamburgs and french-fries, girls with long hair, and the Waterloo usually seen m a green convertible hobby is playing basketball . .. favorite saying, "Nice going. " Edith Wade . . . 'Rea' . . . usually seen in the President staff Room . . . wants to be editor of the Beacon Joumal .. . likes boys and Fritos . .. hobby is going to games . . . favorite saying, 'Shall we departr' Reta Walker .. . "R" . . . likes fine clothes and John .. . usually seen in a blue Ford and at the Waterloo. . .hobby is dancing and swimming . . . ambition is to be happy . . . favonte saying, 'Tell me all about it. " James Wallick . .. 'Stup' . .. likes sports, girls, and cars . . . usually seen at Bob Tofanel1i's house . . . hobby is sports . . . ambition is to be an excellent sailor . . . favorite saying, 'Oh nuts. ' 623.7 is 42' gf? att 1 R. Waddell E. Wade R. Walker J. Wallick C. Walters G. Washington Y lk. X L. Wehrlin R. White J. Wiley Carolyn Walters .. . 'Red' . . . likes blondes with crew cuts and being with the gang at the Waterloo . . . ambi- tion is to own a red convertible . .. favorite saying, 'Lots of luck' .. . hobby is dancing and swimming. Geraldine Washincgton . . . 'Gerry' . . . usually seen at the Community enter . . . likes milkshakes and Frank Tmst . . . wants to get a Civil Service job . . . hobby is goitig to football games favorite saying, "That's coo . " Leo Wehrlin . . . preferences are sleeping and traveling .. . ambition is to succeed . .. usually seen on the go . . . favorite saying, 'Crazy. " Robert White . .. 'Egbert' likes everything about women except the money they spend . . . usually seen at the Waterloo. . . hobby is eating and sleeping .. . favo- rite saying, 'If you haven't got it here, you can't take it with you. " N. Willis M. Winkleman E. Winters Judith Wiley . . . 'Judy' . . . ambition is to be a nurse . . . usually seen making milkshakes at the Lyn . . . likes hamburgs. tall boys, and basketball games .. . hobby is cheering . . . favorite saying, 'It a l depends on who you're with. " Norma Willis . .. "Io'. . . usually seen with Vema, Ellie, and Babe . . . ambition ls to marry Dick . . . likes Gar- ner's chipped ham and blue-eyed soldiers . . . hobby is writing letters . . . favorite saying, "I'll clue you. " Michael Winkleman . . . "! ?'l" . . . likes spaghetti and Buddy Morrow . .. usually seen at Mario's . . . hobby is listenintg to music . . . wants tohave half as much money as Cros y and live to be 100. Elgentine Winters . . . 'Tina' . . . a lively irl who likes fried chicken and Richard Neal .. . hoblgy is going to all the games . . . usually seen at the Social Center . . . wants to be a typist . . . favorite saying, "That's right." - ff 4 G- ' S Go I X R ko ds N Wycoff R Yeager I Yellrng Young I Young Gp Cs T7 Zadar Zaher R Zrmmerman Bobby Woods Woody ambrtron rs to stay out of Korea Tech lrkes lrvmg xt up rt s not rarnmg rn stde tonrght usually seen anywhere any mme any place favonte sayrng I ll never tell Nancy Wykoff Wrcked Wykoff usually seen at Lurg1 s wrth the gang prefers the Gan Green lwrchols favonte sayrng Don t get lrppy Rtta Yeager Rete ltkes gomg for ndes wrth Frank rn a 51 Karser usually seen at the Spot eatrn hamburgs and drtnkrng cokes wants to be a comp tometer operator favonte saymg Pretty cool I ohn Yelhng Sonny prefers blondes hobby IS .vorkmg on cars usually seen at Steve s Confec tronary or Rudy s ambltron rs to burld a rod favonte sayrng Arn t rt neat? Io Ann Young ambmon IS to get nd of her snap crackle and pop hobby rs swunmrng ually seen at the Waterloo or Rexall s lrkes 49 Mer curys favonte saymg I m lrvrnl Martrn Zadar an prefers Joan Cromley and hamburgs wants to make some fast money and retrre and frshrng favonte saymg Great John Zaher Jack hobby rs domg anythm that doesn t take any energy usually seen at Blond euns lrkes sleep food and a rank full of gas ambr tron rs to pay off hrs car favonte saymg How ya domg Robert Zrmmerman Zrm lxkes Mama Lengyel s chrcken paprrkash and the lrttle people usually seen at Poncho s ambmon IS to get an ambrtron hobby rs staymg between Jobs favonte saymg ll rndenua Andrew Young Bmk likes tomato zombres and sports usually seen at the South Akron Y or Mar gre house favorite sayrn You can t take rt wrth you rr goes before you do obby IS sports and musrc Prctures not subm irted Thelma Joan Herbert Robert Lmger Bob preference rs cars m bitron xs to be an undertake: usually seen at home favonte sayrng Oh brother , s " ' I' . I L . 6- V ' ' ,UV I , - f', ' I ,Lf ' , t : 'fl' I E rfb O' . . ' A, . . Q K X sq Q l ' x J. ' I. . ' " " " ' "I0",,, " ' ' ' I " ' :" '- , . ' ' ' ...us- -1 I ..,"' ' '..."l "... I her goal inlife is to beable to drive as weql as Barbara usuallynseen at Joan's house . ., hobby is hunting U' ..." "... ' ...a '- CLASS PROPHECY One score years ago our fathers broughtforth to thrs school the class of 1953 concerved tn srncenty and dedr cated to the proposrtron that etc read Tom Jackson the toastmaster at the 1953 class reunron Tom as you know rs the Presrdent of the Unrted States Oh' It was such a thrtllrng event Everyone was so busy The world rs always tn such a rush nowadays l seemed as though the day Just wh1zzed by and lwas back home wrth the famrly agarn Many came from Europe tn thetr new Jet autoplanes developed by screnttst Ronnte Chrrst They were Claudette Pxnkus JoAnne Pramuka PatPrn1 rose and Harrret Rrchter I m so sorry you couldn t make rt but then those confounded contraptlons are always gettrng out of frx rn one way or another From Washrngton came our Prestdent and hrs cabrnet consrstrng of Harold Neller Cec1lGaynor Brll Burns Bennle Ammons Jun Kremer and June Adktns They were guarded by secret servrce men Ken KlacDonald Leon Stump Henry Ray Charles Bup Campbell Bob Lrnger and Herman Bartels From New York came star prtcher Bob Buchanan and hrs teammates Don Oldham DonAlwarez Joe Horan Nllckey Fenton Jack Zaher and waterboy George Carlos When the ball Bob had thrown boomeranged he wa treated by nurses Sally Sterltng Judy Wtley Mary Ellen Gordon Janet Burch Carol Aldous Mary Coll1ns Farth Sherban llary D Agostrno Dolly Maxwell and Nancy McCla1n Bustness women Bert Fodor Jan Waddell lxancy Scrrmgeour and Mary Ioan Lacock were sportrng a sad look be cause of a recent crash on Wall Street They couldn t help but crack a smrle when Joe Trrcaso Jtm Suter and Gordon Oster swam rn from Hawau rn hula skrrts and Arthur Godfrey ukeleles It seemed Joe was mrnus a toe but doctors leo Wehrlm and John Boettner accompanred by assrstant Reta Walker soon remedred the srtuatton Engrneers Ned McCl1nt1ck bewreR1bblet and Wrlfred Lower had just hxt the Jackpot' They had just receneda contract to strarghten the Leanrng Tower of Ptsa When women bus drrvers Sally DxSalvo Mane Trimble Shrrley Srlver and Janet Clark arrxved rt was announced that the acctdent rate has rncreased ftfty percent Recent Flash' More telephone bells than weddmg bells have been nngrng for telephone operators Pat Decst Bar bara Lewrs Iuamta Mrck and Maxrne Mokros srnce there has been an tncrease rn the rate of calls Admrral Bob Waddell and Seaman Ftrst Class John Yellrng and their crew tncludmg Wrll1amBuetel Bob Toffanellt and Mrke Wrnkelman had Just combmed forces to smk their two mrllton and ftrst submarme They of course get a date wrth Waves Mona Krefer Eleanor Snyder Rrta Yeager and Shtrley Luthre for every ten submannes sunk The only trouble rs that the boys are runmng of submarmes Entertarnment for the aftemoon was provrded by Bastl Stephanoff and hrs octet Paul Stresnrck Matthew Vrdrcan Carson Snyder Drck Rhrnesmtth Charles Ondack Gary Trachsel Drck Stkoral and Jrm Wallrck When they sang I ll See You In My Dreams Charles Pritchard and Btll Saunders frnally woke up They were accompanred by the Tom 1 1 1 . . ,, . v -1 1 1 1 1 . . . V . r . . . . I , 1 v 1 1 ' ' . . , , . . . , . 1 1 1 1 , . -t 1 1 11 11 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 -' 11 11 , . 1 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J , . . 1 1 ' . , . . 1 1 1 , I . . . 1 1 1 . ... . ,, ,, , . , 4 1 1 - . , I . . . . . . , . , .V 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 . . , ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n , ,, . . . ,, , . Olrver Stngmg Saxacord Sally Norman was accompanied by Chuff Huff on the plano tuned by Maxrne of the Tra La Piano Company Most of the food was prepared by Jack Posttach Gary Cromley and Jan Zadar Jornt owners of Zadatclevs Dldn t the cake taste frne? No wonder' lt came from Fred Alvarez s Bakery Who made the frostlng? Gall Reed of course Those preparlng the mam course were Donna Dagley Irene Forrester Joan Fryer Don Hepner Don Lewls Tom Peterson and Roland Rrtchey Cleamng up the krtchen were Dale Rrley chtef bottlewasher along wrth Bob Sees Al Tracy and Andy Young Russ Chrpner a wealthy Russxan roulette club owner was there He told us of other wealthy club ownersBob D1Donato B111 Kuk and Cec1l Beckner We heard too that Bxll Cunnrngham and Wes Cunnrngharn had gone rnto busrness together and were strll argurng over whose name should come frrst on the offtce door The twins Manlyn and Carolyn Spangler marrred twrn boys and lt was reported that they are now ltvrng a happy twin lrfe Many others who seemed to be happily marned were Sandra Goldrng Evelyn Hartz Kathy Osbome Joyce Burkholder Janet Burner Beverly Lawver and Ethelene Davts Jenme Crawford now manager of Backer s Jewelry Shop told us she recently had had need of two secretarres They turned out to be Neva Eubank and Mane Harper Dtck Kish and Jlm Schonover have found 1obs as custodrans at G H S Therr supervrsor has told us that they do a fauly good Job conslderlng the fact that Jim usually stops work every few mtnutes to advise the track team Mary Jo Mrtseff Joyce Nlcholoff and Joan Orchosky have taken over Bone s Bowland and now have the hrghest averages in the United States hols Rehrn Phyllis Griffith and Connie Slmmcms have gone Lnto the przza making busmess but we have heard they seem to be eating up most of the profit Jim Richards and Bob White are retired naval officers They had just returned from a Caribbean cruise The Olympic team consisting of track men Alex Adams Clair Lamb Jim Lunn and Dick Curt Just arrived from Athens The girls mile relay team consisting of Wanda Ammon: Retha Arkle Dorothy Hartz and Wilma Hegyes were vlctorlous Members of the Senate Investigating Un American Bachelors are Sophie Christoff Mona Fettinger Joan Horner Elalne McCormick and Carol Towsley The defendants are Joe Glrlando Ed Batman, Jack Lengyel Bob Zlrnmennan and Don Lastocy Henry James and John Keith are council for the defense 'l'he Akron Amazons' basketball team of whrch JoAnn Vargo, JoAnnYo1mg, Nancy Rose, and JoAnn Rich are mem , . . ,, , , . . . . . ,, , ,, I I I A . , . , . . . . , l U I I l , . 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I 9 I I I 7 I I 1 ' 1 v I I O I I I . . bers has been rn town They are coached by Ronnre Rarnes and Drck Barley The Board of Dtrectors of Frrestone Ken Burkhart Drck Heckle l.anny Glenn and Charlte Brown has been tn srstrng that sctentrsts Dean Drckerhoff Dave Stnger and Bob Rupp rnvent somethrng bestdes mrss proff sltng shots Dtck Drerrnger Hugh Durktn and Jerry Segerlund are leadrng a crusade for the retum of prohrbttlon More entertatners for our reunton were Shtrley Clrne Sue Coast Margaret Coontz Delores Dodrlll Joan Eben hock Kent Boden Jack Culver Ronnre Frasher Ralph Furguson and Guy Hawkms dorng the Charleston They were ac companted by Elame Demltn Don Edwards and Audrey Koons on the drums Don Gamble on the clannet Jack Gaydash on the trumpet Drck Sheneman on the bass and Kenny Slurey on the saxaphone Barbara Ramrcone and Fred Fogle famous noveltsts have many fans among whom are Jane Howell Betty Hreha Manlyn Jackson Alrce Jenrungs and Charlotte Kattouf Mary Alrce Clevenger s baby blue Cadtllac convernble and Pattr Gechoff s Cadrllac El Dorado certatnly bnghtened the hotel parkrng lot Bob Woods had to take a tram from the coast where he left hrs Jet propelled submanne Carolyn Walters ts enroying ltfe taktng cane of her well educated famtly because Jackte Mackey Nonna Lucas Drrna Stmmons Betty Srmkantn and Shtrley Trpton have been therr teachers Mrs Fred Barton Uoan Pudokaj could hardly tear herself away from that ranch style home burlt by architects Wendell Albert Jtm Angel Paul Barlett and John Hudson We wonder why the puzzled look on Sheny Trouunan s face? Maybe she was trying to decrde whether her husband loves golf more than he loves her Shuley Long came wrth her three sets of twins From Pans came Barbara Ntchols and Margaret Dunham wrth the new hair do recently created ut that fau ctty Geraldine Washington prominent Crvtl Servrce secretary rn Washington D C was there with other staff mem bers Barbara Herget Norma Turvey Wrlma Muck and Betty Myers Nancy Wykoff Janet Stadelrnan and Pat Miller said they were determined to teach thetr children shorthand be fone they get to G H S Stratght from New York came Joan Chewning and Joyce Sanders ftrrner students of Paige Palmer with models Shlrley Burkhart Gloria Vernon Sally Nye Carol Parker Joy Dennison and Pat Onisko for their Tall Miss Shop Two succesful persons but not because of our money are morticiam Robert Mcrrlson and Phillip Rdubough and rmdertaking many of the details rs Digby Qallas Bill Jcnesj O Dell. Planning a nnnmer cmlse to Mars are Norma Harmon, Barbara Kovacs, Norman Menendez, and Don Haynes. Their space pilots will be Evan Owens and Jim Levens. Do you need someone to get you out of trouble? I heard Pauline Serdlnak and Margaret Nimer have their own detective agency. They do a lot of work with Gloria Horvath, who is chief of police . 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 I ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I , 1 1 1 I ' I . I I I 1 ' Q 5 I I I I ' . , . . . , . . . 1 1 I l I I 1 I I I ' , . . 1 " 1 1 ,.. - U I I I 1 1 1 ' or. I 1 I 1 9 1 1 ' . I g . ' 1 Dorothy Church and Lots Mrnnrnger are sull slavrng away at G H S that rs as teachers By the way Wanda Betts ftnally obtatned her drtx er s lrcense Betty Brodley ts the buyer for O Netls s Department Store Helpxng her are Janet Ketth and Julre Munteanu Therr prrvate secretary ts Wanda Ltcra Gerald Thomas Moore ts a professor at Kent State and speakmg of teachers Ann Anderson rs nov. a great prano teacher When Drck Tweedy Paul Inman and Fred Trppel were tn htgh school thetr matn ambttton was to be rtch and drrve brg cars They have ftnally reached thetr goals Have you been to lxewYork lately If you have you probably heard bout the bxg ne snapcr um ren Ed1thWade Those lucky gtrls who have traveled the world are Isabelle Tncaso Vary Sloan Non a tllrs and JoAnn Mrnrunger They have been to Europe and have seen all the stghts winch we would ltke to see Dennrs Burk has 1ust rettuned from the pro bowl where hrs team came through mth a wretory The team con srsts of Mtke Martmcs and Drck Repasky ends Loren Prrce and Joe Retch tackles Joe Lrvrgnr and Glenn Myles at center The baekfteld consrsted of Gene Henry Btll Kemp Iohn Martrn Joe Brown Erme Alacltch Drck Blaurock and Chuck Nestor The water gtrls are Judy Juengel Barbara Llebold and Mananne Mrller Seen stgnrng the guest ltst were Pat Brown Pat Buhalak Martha Campbell Frances Cogar Barbara Edwards and Guy Coleman SEE HEIE MY FRIEND THIS IS THE END BUT CALL ON ME SCDN AND WE LL CRUISE TO THE MOON JUNE CLASS OF 1953 ' I ' ' D D I J I , ' I I - up v - r - ' - - . z . 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Zewalk. ROW 2: D. Grecni, 1. Miller, P. Cox, C. Widmeyer, N. Price, F. Bond, S. Burkhart, B. Flemin D Johnson R Nye M Muck I. Galvin. ROW 3: I. Kostoff, H. Davis, L. Sisler, M, Fenton, R. Furguson, g, . . . . . . 1. Horan, F. Saye, K. Shirey, H, Neller. TUDE T COUN ll. Aim: To give the students an active voice in the affairs of the school and to develop leadership and citizenship among the students. ROW 1: P. Cadle, L. Rehrn, B. Ramicone, J. Adkins, P. Cobb, N. Rose, S. Christoff, B. Burks. ROW 2: C. Wilcox . . le P. Mervine, M. Burrows, S. Taylor, B. Gotham, S. Rouser, I. Mackey, R. Rossi. ROW 3. R. McClure, W. Crom y B. Waddell, D. Wandling, B. Archer, T. Sweeney, P. Lunn. 1 4 V I 1 S 5 . ' E ECUTIVE CUUNCIL R. Nye, B. Ramicone, P Cox, W. Cromley, L. Rehm, I. Adkins, H. Neller. R. Furguson, Miss Skewes, I. Iuengel, B. Gotham, T. Kesselring. YEARBUUK TAFF ROW 1: L. Rehm, N. Wykoff, I. Horner, M. Lacock, M. Miller, M. Gordon, I. Munteanu, B. Hreha. ROW 2: K Osborne, I. Adkins, I. Iuengel, R. Fodot, B. Ramicone, E. Dcmitri, D. Chutch, P. Onisko. ROW 3: F. Fogle, S Burkhart, B. Zimmerman, L. Glenn, R. Furguson, H. Neller, D. Edwards, T. Jackson. C7 1 'WN ROW 1: W. Muck, N. Harmon, P. Brown, S. Golding, B. Kovacs, S. Cline, N. Wykoff, B. Nichols, C. Huff, C. Vernon E, Demitri, S. Runge, C. Aldous, M. Moore, E, Wade, D. Hartz, G. Reed, I. Rich, S. Long, D. Dodrill. ROW 2: .I Stadelman, M. Dunham, H. Richter, S. Christoff, E. Snyder, N. Rose, R. Arkle, W. Ammons, W. Betts, W. Licta, P. Griffith, M. Mokros, I. Mackey, M. Clevenger, C. Walters, G. Horvath, G. Crawford. ROW 3: S. Nye, C. Parker M. Mercer, D. Church, I. Sanders, I. Dennison, J. Clark, G. Chewning, P. Onisko, D. Hasso, S. Tipton, M. lackson I. Fryer. C. Spangler, E. Winters, J. Burch, D. Simmons. BLU-TRI E l0R P. Buhalak, J. Monroe, B. Leibold, N. Lucas, E. Hartz, J. Waddell, S. Norman, I. Adkins, M. Lacock, R. Fodor, L Rehm, P. Gechoff, C. Kattouf, I. Vargo, B. Hreha, M. Harper, ROW 2: N. Willis, M. Spangler, P. Serdinak,I Pudoka, M. Fettinger, W. Heyges, S. Troutman, M. Gordon, M. Dvligstino, D. Taylor, S. Siver, I. Howell, E Green, I. Homer, S. Luthie. ROW 3: I. Wiley, N. Scrimgeour, M. tseff, C. Towsley, J. Nickoloff, J. Burner M, Taylor, B. Ramicone, P. Desci, S. Sterling, A. Anderson, K. Osborne, S. Burkhart. Vi Ml ROW 1: M. Freshwater, S. Josey, D. Cocciolone, J. Grammer, C. Powers, P. Goldin er, M. Aladich G B 'l M . . 31 ey. McFeclrres, P. Barrrnger, B. Brunton, D. Rhodes, S. Coffman, D. Dixon, R. Dye, Cammel, S. Seldomridge, l Yuhas, P. Policy. R W 2: M. Sauer, P. Davidson, M. Homsby, P. Yergin, M. Williamson, S. Finelli, S. White,B Wiseberger, P, Barnett, D. Kronenthall, G. DiNapoli, M. Lazor, N. Figard B Lang B Stull J Haley J Williams N. Hin, L. crexron. Row 3: J. Yochum, R. Eckert, s. Tobin, N seku1'ich', M. 'Coyetsky,' P'. cox, 'of smash, J Wiley, M. Wilson, L. Flowers, P. Schember, A. Curtis, M. Boyd, M. Hagmeyer, N. Zirkle, L. Abercrombie, B. Frantz BLU-TRI JU l0R Aim: To fomr a fellowship of girls. ROW 1: P. Potter, D. Smoley, M. Drapcho, M. Fazio, B. Kozy, B Kline C Fodor N Sterzer P. Hoche, D. Hawk, B. Dick, S, Williams, P. Cobb, S. Huff, S. Hoppstock, G. Lengyel, J.'Lai1by, I.. Syrnons. riow 2: D. Critel1i,l. Gargano, P. Lesniewski, N. Doble, J. Fisher, M. Hall, D. Hiney, A. Lepera, D. Simmons, M. Bullock, I. Marcin- kowski, S. Artis, C. Gogos, M. Stokes, B. Smith. ROW 3: B. Neiheiser S Wallace M Taylor N Brotherton B Fleming, l.. Thompson, N. Fedor, E. Harris, E. Brauser, D. Young, A. Hernianns, N. Price, D. Widioan, l. Cressler. V 3' J 3 ! ROW 1: B. White, B. Raynow, W. Marinics, B. Zimmerman, N. McClintick, A. Young, J, Kreiner, L. Glenn, T. ' ' Ed d B, Ru Peterson, R. Sheneman, J. Lunn. ROW 2: F. Fogle, I. Suter, H. Durkin, R. Chrpner, J. Horan, D. war s, pp, B. Ammons, C. Simmons, I. Girlando, T. Jackson, B. Bums, H.Ne11er. ROW 3: C. Brown, R. Christ, D. Bailey, D. Valentine, D. Oldham, M. Fenten. H. James, I. Postiach, B. Kirk, P. Rohrbaugh, K, Shirey, R. Furguson, C. Gaynor, DELTA GAMMA HI - Aim: To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Christian character. ROW 1: P. Tussing, W, Miller, B. Waddell, I. Lengyel, D. Repasky, P. Inman, B. Merchant, H. Barrels, G. Henry, R. Chipner. ROW 2: I. Kostoff, B. Mulrooney, B. Young, D. Fair, D. Grassel, T. Kesselring, T. Loudemiilk, J, ' - P ti h D. Horvath, B. Round, B. Rice, J. Long, D. Bolinger, E. Harris, Poda, D, Mangrum, B, Whlte. ROW 3. I. os ac , C. Meador, R. Higbie, N. Menendez. J 5'll -gil had 5 f lfS,"m ROW 1: N. Scrimgeour, M. Lacock, L. Rehm, G. Vernon, 1. Adkins, C, Huff, W. Betts, D. Hartz, D. Taylor. ROW 2: J. Lunn, I. Kreiner, P. Onisko, 1. Iuengel, S, Tipton, B. Ramicone, K. Osborne, I. Waddell, S. Silver. ROW 3: K. Shirey, R. Furguson, R. Christ, B. Waddel, B. Zimmerman, J. Girlando, B. Burns. ABSENT: M. Gordon. Aim: To promote the ideals of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Aim: To create an active and intelligent interest in dramatic activitiesp to set growing standards of excellence in all phases of Dramatic Arts and to develop and broaden in youth their cultural attainment of the theatre, motion pictures, radio and television in order to make them intelligent consumers of dramatic projects. ROW l: M. Miller, L, Rehm, B. Kovacs, D. Church, C. Parker, M. Mercer, A. Koons, D. Dagley, C. Huff. ROW 2: C. Brown, I. Lunn, I Kreiner, C. Simmons, B. Ammons, L. Glenn, G. Carlos. ,X Q4 5 T I... - Y ROW 1: M, Miller, D. Taylor, E, Wade, B. Nichols, M, Hall, M. D'Agostino, F. Dyer. ROW 2: L. Rehrn, S. Coast, J, Sanders, D. Dagley, P. Bametr, P, Schember, D, Decsi. ROW : J. Lunn, I. Fogle, C, Lamb, C. Brown, C, J PRE mi T TAFF Aim: To put our the President every two weeks. PRE IDE T REPRE E TATIVE ROW 1: B. Frantz, J. Fischer, M. Miller, C. Lamonica, S. Morrow, B. Nichols, C. Huff, E. Coontz, S, Messenger I. Judy, D. Harvey. I. Ebenhoch, C. Estep. ROW 2: B. Lancaster, M. Buck, I. Pesar, I. Walker, B. Salyards, G. Butash S, Burkhart, N. Wykoff, P. Griffidr, P, Schember, I. Mobley, G. Dorsey, M. Taylor, ROW 3: I. Hutton, C. Towsley P. Primrose, B. Gotham, J. Long, C. Brown, C. Simmons, L, Fuller, S, Rouser, P. Monroe, P. Barringer. S! I-11.14 n 1.- O AJ ROW 1: E. Green, J. Macken, C. Weirath, L, Snyder D. LeDonne, M Payne C. Cammel S. White S Seldomrid e R. Henderson. ROW 2: P. Jones, M. Burrows, C. Benton, B. Boyes, K. Klein, B. Kovacs, S. Runge, B. Nolan, I. Weiner, B. Horn. ROW 3: M. Klingenstein, P. Cox, J. Segerlund, E. Langlen, R. Carr, G, Thomas-Moore, B. Troike, R, Palmer, B. Netheiser, N. Cressler. RED CROSS Aim: To give its members an opportunity to serve others as junior members of the American Red Cross in peace or war through adaptable channels correlated with the school curriculum. ROW 1: R. Fodor, M. Lacock, W. Betts, L. Rehrn, B. Nichols, B, Wanzie, N. Harmon, L. Gamer, B. Litton. ROW 2: L. Bittaker, K, Kluss, M. Hall, M. Richards, M. McFedries, F. Talarico, A. Trezie, D. Burch, M. Campbell. ROW 3: P, Willoughby, M. Muck, E, Egnew, D. Thompson, V. Hazley, M. Richards, P. Hamric, P. Beatty. if, T I L--"':x,f .lk . Q V 4-o ROW 1: L. Pandoriffe, D. Hawk, J. Hutton, S. Marshall, J. Wiley, P. Gechoff, M. Gordon, I. Marcinkowski, J, Mobley. ROW 2: G. Naswadi, T. Loudermilk, D. Klish, P. Schember, R. Eckart, D. Young, A. Herrnanns, D, Widica.n L Thompson B Lan ROW 2: I. Kostoff, H. Woods, D. Mangnun, E. Harris, D. Horvath, D. Oldham, B. Bodosgy, chipner,'P.'Tuss?dg. CHEM! TRY CLUB Aim: To promote the study and interest in chemistry. ROW 1: D. Heppert, D. Kish, R. Sheneman, T. Peterson, S. Huff, I. Crawford, N. McClain, Mr. Pugh: ROW 2: C Meador, B. Merchant, T. Dunaye, C. Ramsay. I. Chewning, L. Hoppstock, S. Tobin, B. Knowland. ROW 3: F. Fogle T, Byers, T Kesselring, I. Long, B. McFadden, H. James, I. Poda. if Ct 5 .L I ki - Q i ROW 1: M. Klingenstein, B. Neiheiser, S. Norman, G. Vemon, L. Averiette, M. Sturgies, M. Boettner, L. Meekins, B, Flemi . ROW 2: S. Carr, M. Prettyman, H. Trezie, E. Knox, S, Wallace, S. Ree , M. Payne, C. Benton. ROW 3: M. Sgnies, D. Hawk, P. Barringer, S. Coddington, M. Zoval, W. Middour, D. Alleman. ROW 4: R. McClure, N. McClintick, B. Waddell, N. Menendez, J, Vargo, S. Mark, T, Aula, C. Meador, D. Hiney. PA AMERICA LEAGE Aim: To learn about the life of Spanish-speaking countries and to fur- ther the feeling of understanding toward all countries of the Americas. ROW 1: B. MacDonald, N. Harmon, J. Hurst, J. Judy, N. Kempson, L. Harig, C. Lorenz, F, Dyer, J. Malachosky, D, Wilson, B. Woodall. ROW 2: F. Fogel, E, Brauser, B. Gotham, I. Robertson, M. McFedries, M. Richards, M. Muck, B. Sielehr, D. Burch, P. Hackney, C. Coburn, J. McQuown. ROW 8: R. Furguson, P. Onisko, I. Fryer, L. Claxton, M. Sauer, F. Hagerty, T. Paschall, K, Klein. -,IQ ,Z ROW 1: D, Spiva, B. Wanzie, M. McBride, K. Srrouth, J. Smith, N. Lindlau, D. Miller, B. Rowles, A. Reshenberg, L, Ratkovic, L. Pollock. ROW 2: S. Murphy, B, Roberts, M, Taylor, H. Walsh, C. Monica, M. Durkin, L. Sie fried, I, DiDinato, M, Lenk, S. Harrison, S. Falcon. ROW 3: I. Beckett, B. Scrouth, P. Shamsky, B. Nisr, J. Waih, N, Reich, I. Robertson,M. Boettner, E, Egnew. Y-TEE 0PHOMORE orninak ROW 1: D. Rittenhouse, M. Prettyman, P. Morgovan, B. Kane, I. Reischrnan, E. Hellman, B. Boyes, A. T M. Hudson, S. Crabtree, M. Crew, C. Emerson. ROW 21 S. Sewell, J. Beavon, I. Flook, A. Flanick, C, Dray, A ' rf' ld A. Edwards. ROW 3: B. Brannon, M. DiDinato, B. Gotham Lauby, P. Jones, M, Wagner, B. Litton, B. Satte re , a P. Sikora, C, Widmeyer, R. Nye, M. Eletrch, N. Yanarov, R. Rossi, M, Richards, llllqlx 94 X v f 1 ROW 1: M. LaPenna, C. Loudermilk, D. Fleming. M. Marsh, I. Pesar, S. Fox, N. Pardee, D. Sirota, J. Hurst, J Miller, I. Hall, B. Selders, J. Tliatch, D. Carmack, B. Woodall, S. Messenger, P. Palmer, A Trezic. ROW 2: M Simons, B. Salyards, D. Williamson, W. Murdock, M. Bowman, W. Owens, J. Waters, C. Woolridge, J. Olson, M Crissey, D. Wilson, P. Hackney, S. Whitlock, M. Rich, M. Heyges, S. Be allia, S. Hazlett. ROW 3- R Horvath F. Bond, J. Pesar. M. Bellman, L. Harig, D. Young, P Lavinni, L. Griffiti, C. Borovitz, A. Maxwell, Coburn C. Buck, M. Mitcliin, J. Mehalko, B. Still. FRE HME Aim: To create understanding and tolerance toward all peoples, to give training for citizenship, to build character and stress service for others. ROW lg M. Fouglity, L. Morton, M. Lent, S. Levens, B, Frantz, F. Dyer, J. Kurtz, J. Malachosky, B, Woody, I Stanley, E. Rinesmith, R, Eddy, S. Satterfield, D. Ayers, C. Gibbot, P. Gerna, D. Baldino, M. Sturgies, I.. Averiette ROW 2: I. Max, 1. Breckenridge, L, Capatosto, S. Capalet, I. Halick, S, Wyatt, M. Rose, I. Dickcrlioff L. Snyder C. Lorenz, I. Coontz, E. Coontz, N. Koch, C. Blue, J. Mulhollen, D. LaDonde. ROW 3: I. Landers D' ohnson Di , .J , Hill, S. Heiselman, D. Hall, J, Walker, G, Webb, B. Hyrnick, K, Washnoch, N. Cressler, S. Tavlor, B. Lancaster C. Clemments, T. Pascal, I. Howell, K. Klein, F. Haggerty, P. Beatty, N. Neiheiser, S. Eichelberger, J.Ammons S. Singer. Nl V ROW 1: P. Goldinger, D. Hiney, E, Snyder, L, Pandolfi, N. McClain, R. Yeager, B, Lang, B. Brodley. ROW 2: M. Dunham, I. Munteanu, D. Hasso, S, Chxistoff, A. Crutchfield, M. Klingensteln, P, Potter, D. Rhodes, 1. Stadelrnan. GIRL BOWLl G CL B ROW 1: M. Bullock, M. Mokros, N. Brotherton, P. Hoche, I. Burner, B. Edwards, I. DiNapoli, C. Gogos, D. Smoley ROW 2: I. Dennison, I. Clark, A. Koons, W. Muck, J. Pramuka, M. Jackson, N. Sekulich, B. Betts, B. Frantz f7 ROW 1: S. Heiselman, J. Rofak, P. Henry, L. Kolasky, S, Begallie, R. Hayden, M. Rich, B. Brancheek, L. Ratkovic M. Lent ROW 2- M. Rose I. Pesar C. Ho r, D Carmack T. Sauers P Monroe M Sees P Gaurino L Sie . . . . DPC - . . . . . . . . . ' fried. ROW 3: I. Beckett, R, Horvath, P. Palmer, J. Meredith, L. Grosso, B. Nist, B. Woody, S. Whitlock, N. Reici GIRL BOWLl G Aim: To provide and promote recreation among the girls at school. ROW 1: R. Knapp, H. Bonin, J. Halleck, G. Haidly, D, Baldino, I. Breckenridge, A. Tominack, S. Sewell, S Klinger. ROW 2: B. Elliott, S. Taylor, A. McCormick, M. Deitch, M. Jameson, J. Murh, E, Heilman, P. Cacile I. Hull. ROW 3: D. Wandling, A. Wilson, E. Atzinger, S. DCBCITY. R. Regec, E. Miskar, F. Dyer. n7'?ilV'fifV 1. Y ' av 'X , -f' xx"- ff ' '- lalfglzii. ROW 1: R. Nye, M. Hall, J, Sauers, B. Woodey, M. Lent, I. Pesar, P. Lunn, D. Sirota. ROW 25 D, Cantleberry, D Robinson, B, Gotham, B. Lancaster, M. Bowman, N. Cressler, J. Ensign, R. Carr, D. Means. LATI CLUB Aim: To increase the interest in Latin, give a richer background by films, historical programs, banquets and plays, and give an opportunity for social contacts. ROW 1: I. Thur, B. Fleming, B. Elliott, A. Tominach, I. Kurtz, W. Murdock, C. Weirath, B. Frantz, J. Stanley P, Keirns, ROW 2: G. Davis, B. Hymick, D. Carmack, P. Sikora, K. Fitch, S. Hairston, M. Hudson, S. Huff, L Hoppstock, M. Garske, G. Davis. -113. , -5 T' Q -fl d 'x'i'i'. . ,na , f g.,--3 ROW 1: M. Hall, P. Hoche, N. Yanatov, M. Aiadich, P Cobb, E. Heilman, J. Hutton, I. Reed. ROW 2: B. Mer- chant, D. Cantleberry, J. Beavon, M. DiDonato, N. Price, D. Widican, M. Klinginstein. ROW 3: K. Webster, E. Harris, I. Sereno, D. Young, M. Sauer, B. Nist, P. Cox. UNIUR H0 0R 0ClETY Aim: To give recognition for outstanding scholarship to those students who are as yet ineligible for membership inthe National Honor Society. ROW 1: L. Gamer, K. Kluss, M. Stokes, S. Crabtree. M. Burrows, G. Lengyel, N. Lindlau. ROW 2: J. Fisher, A Tominak, D. Alleman, D. Rittenhouse, M. Richards, M. McFedries, M. Lazor, B. Satterfield. ROW 3: M. Boetmer D. Dodrill, S, Wallace. M. Bechlowiack, B. Gotham, M. Prettyman, D. Scott. 'Sl ' JI 'U X - N C ROW l: B. Tofanelli, G. Carlos, J. Tricaso, H. RAY. I. Minninger, P. Buhalak, G. Reed, N. Reis, I. Orchosky, G. Coleman, D. White. ROW 2: Miss vanCourt, B. Buchanan. I. Zaher, R. Raines, F. Tippel, G. Richards, F. Alvarez, T. Monte. I. Wallick, B, Butler. Ill TRIBUTIVE EDUCATIU Aim: To give students participating in this club an opportunity for the further development ofexperiences ofboys and girls who have vocational objectives in the retail, wholesale, and service occupations. KAPPA BETA HI-Y Aim: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and corn - munity, high standards of Christian character. ROW 1: l. Dodgen, B. MacDonald, T. Gates, D. Cantleberry, G. Davis, I. Kuhajda, B. Wierman, B. Elder, B Eberwine, J, Thur, J. Henderson. ROW 2: K. Sisler, H. Crew, R. McClure, F. Saye, P. Furguson, 1. Metcalf, D Haley, H. Sharp, B. Brown, D, Dutton. ROW 3: Mr. Dietz, L. Sisler, G. Roberts, T. Sidley, D. Wandling, H. Deckert R. Carr, D. McCarter. I ?'f'J' N., V! 'Li -1.21. 3 A , F 1 -gag' , 'U'--9 V Y 3395. La g, , , , . w XV V f- H M ff . , . . ff- - --en me--i f-f- W N ' 35", -ff: 'W 6 M ,' O' !""f!-, :nam ROW 1: M. Vidican, D. Kiish, K. Hirsch, G. Davis, R. McClure, H. Sharp, E. Tyon, B. Wierman, G. Davis, T. Kesselring, K. MacDonald. ROW 2: P. Inman, C. Meader, I. Vercuski, J. Dodgen, B. Eberwine, P. Weaver. I. Thur, F. Volke, T. Jones, B. Buetel. ROW 3: H. James, M. Pizer, T. Luxon, E. Dar y, C. Parker, L. Sisler, C. Beckner, D. Grassel, K. Sisler, I. Thomas-Moore. BUY BOWLl G CL B Aim: To provide extra recreational activities for the boys. ROW 1: C. Prinale, C. Bininqir, J. DeMa1i, D. Piere, B. Elder, R. Cooper. I. Galvin, F. Claus, J. Smith, P.Giacomo P. Tussing. RO 2: B. Mac nald, C. Pruett, H. Keims, D. Harvey. I. Syroid, J. Habnik, M. Zewalk, D.Ondecker R. Lucas. ROW 3: S. Shamsky, R. Frazer, D. Pack, B, Rexroad, B. McLaughlin, B. Troutman, R. Guenther, B Washnock,R. Satler, I. Grub, T. Avlino. , F .-.--Q 81 l!..'1 ."', 'N , I F3 'l'l.o"' I . Q f l"i 'U-Q ' nf','n.' K ' ':A' 4'.' 0. lap! ' .sj.lfl..L Q .nfs-I E ,Hgwfwlx I5 k, ' ROW 1: R. Henderson, H. Ridnour, D. Pieri, D. Kirk, S. Hensal, I. Fagan. I. Coburn, M. Krenichen, R. Bauch, T. Lucas. ROW 2: M. Brown, R. Refrond, C. Parker, D. Heppert, R. Nollan, W. Cromley, L. Miller, F. Ayers, T. Testa, N. Spaync, C. Beckner, R. Hembury. ROW 3: Mr. Brewbaker, Mr. Bistline. RIFLE TEAM Aim: To teach students the proper handling of guns, to teach them to shoot and to promote inter-school competition. LIBRARY ASSISTA T ROW 1: N. Cressler, I. Grammar, C. Weirath. I. Halleck, M, Dunham. ROW 2: R. McFadden, T. Peterson, S hiarifs, C Dickerhoof. E! r 3 F07 -. ERMICE CUMMITTEE Aim: To consider requests from faculty and students for educational supplies, or school needs and to appropriate the money for this purpose. Mr. Simmons, T. Kessiering, S. Burkhart, J. Adkins, Miss Parenti, Miss White. PROGRAM COMMITTEE Aim: To broaden the students' interests. S. Burkhart, C. Huff, B. Kirk, T. Byers, J. Girlando, B Zimmerman, ii. Woods, K. Osborne. SEATED: Mr. Dietz, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Kemppel, Mr. Walg- goner. STANDING: Mr, Wilson, H. Neiler, D. Robinson. DEBATE TEAM Aim: To give its members the benefit of active participation in pubiic discussion. L. Glenn, G. Carlos, C. Simmons, B. Ammons, I. C. Brown. I. Lunn. P. A. ANNOUNCERS SEATED: P. Morris, B. Mercham, W. lower. STANDING: B. MacDonald, B. Joiner, R. Fink, D. Testa, S. H nsal, H. Woods, A. Tracy. Ax STAGE HANDS D. Higbie, B. Ramicone. MOVlE Pll0JEC'I'l0NlS'l'S 1 fx Qu, 600991 QOXYS YK SeWa'Q1e X AGASWS' Saw.. 35. V361 U6 QQ 1 DELTA GAMMA B. Zxxnmexruau, pie-pi.-, A. Young, sec'y.g N. Mc uck, veep.-,L Ktemer, 'cxeasq L. Cdexm, chap. HX if CMB f -,'. Ax wf es. . el ' -S' 017 . S ap' 8 . L0 - o p r teafer , S Cecil, 15' .. Ufff Pi G ve e ep Cl: 0 of J 4 dx' 1' 'V 17 A Tl . Sl Se O 032, N44 'L L HON Q00 Ol? , Dte SO S. C15 if Tj, . JU ell 85.1 Creed. f -4 dv.gN. Tuwei, Ci1C-miY-- Bamemfxiuex, ieamie ed QSEFVYED- 5- Wm' 59 P eds.qM. B PQLESXDYJST ST AY? - D, Tamer, E. Vw ous ed. 'x JS I lf se Qeboflf 195 07' " A7 O 0, . I? CA, ev five OSS 61.0, ee CHEMXSTRY CLUB rcham, weep. g P. Gechoii, sedy. xexv. den Xibt.gB.Me s.gD. Okdham, 'Q B McFa , son, Kea L.. Thom? 8 Drk, 'NY' S ebe. M get pA - N 'DI I Se 71 etI3'DZy. . A MERIC fi ' 1 34 ,V ' U5 'ff A L '35 111 ' ge CL 11316171 T , Ve e I P 13 I' 461. P.. 'P 'O Ujsk O ' 4 r" M -Q ' ff 0 99 E Q D1-e Sa sy It -' slew-el MSICPZ fr 6 PN? ' C77 as C? .'. KAPPA BETA HX-Y Duuou, bevy . 1 T . Sxdhzy , Games, veepq D S S I 6' Q0 wwf. Ve Sec fp. . ' A ueas.gD. UBS. 1 T. D. Candeberw, mes. QE Kuhmda, Sgt. at a W zmdhng, chap. I 1 If 4 X fx '- x xv ec' X 1? esb Gob f ez: M if unteilio. Se GIRL U, VeCg3,.'.B S BO 17. . Lan 3 ' tfea CL s UB ' " S . Chr- ls ina ck . XXYXN CLUB .um wav-15-Tom q,UQ35.1 rock. 5 1 , 91610- L' HOQQS U wks CXXKQ-'v G' 8 y loft D'ff'x,, f. E-5 sf ' 'Z HONOR Socxefoi 561890 XUNXOR N vtxce Vee? s C0 me ?,Z?1sveX Sew QYBXY SKY sf , AA MW 9' Kg fl. - o 7',y C 83:5 Eyut. KV BOYS BOWLING CLUB Moore secy H B Buetel treas G Thomas James prexy f an 8' J 0 0 by ' . b ' gf' lf JS, , - 0 .2 - 1 Y G Vs A ' '. L9 :SWB --tl - - or' 8 K s 5 I ,hi fx X , o ' ,f 'f ?Y'171 Q1 : . B 351 B f O ' kk B is 5, I s 1 - b X xv, , 'gm Q I 1 i, N Nl. G5 N ' K' N: 2 I 31 9 ,f i df am 7 gk? XX f' E l Oi HA W ' ll I 5' fi In A 4 1 i lx' xx , L Q , lm, N S K ...4 ill nm .. MMD We now take pleasure in presenting the GarfieldHigh School Marching Band in its half-time revue! This introduc- tion is now familiar to Garfieldites as the beginning of another original performance by the Garfield Band under the leader- ship of Mr. Cole. This now widely-acclaimed organization of one hundred-twenty members had its beginning in 1926. xi -" At the end offootballseason the members of the band along with Ga.rfield's fine sixty member orchestra turn their attention toward greater proficiency in symphonic music. An annual concert in the spring featuring both band and or- - MT- Rolbeff C- Cole. A chestra, concludes the concert season. director of instrumental music I I q I rg twiki .. Tan. xi 'U 'Q' ff. it, 9" a "5 5? 9723 Q7 F1 G33 . -l ' 1 " 5' if-51 9. i 2 'Ll A gf fgimlsff ?5?:F'f' fl 'N ' 'fi'-'Q 1 s MSS ff 1' 4 ri 'Q' W1 - ' 'I E"l"' rglfrv-'65, 'I'-v 'E 'S ' 5 5' gg' fha' f!1" .'- V":"'?11 1 ' ' " 1 T rf' 1 , is fgf 1' . 'ff X N '1 . . a.fv,? -M . fa- 'X Aw' Eg 4-'LL oi 4-' ' 8' V! L I 1 I -V 'Tn . 'I , V 5 . . 3 5. -guy, fi ,ig g,,,, 3- .3,, 1 f Qin ' Q 'Q 'J' 49 Wi. 'Y'-2 'Yv'v"-'93-P5510 Cf' 1 A 'V A f ll 4 Q 'A .,r,-,c . wb ,L A ax P 1 1 -- . -. ,f ff 1' W2 I, -x x - - f .. ff f i Q Ax 5 al i al WV 1 1 'G vo! L.. f ' , f -...n...-.--ki "F 3 ,f wit ' ' Q' tx Q Q UW d1FU YIY5?F ,lex .A 5' IU H Q P4 rl" fv: 4 .4 f . f Q -" 'ff I. 'N R' mir' r j x 1 2 Vi! -. A ' 4 - Q 1' g 1 Q 3 ' ' A' ' ' . . ii , , ' ' f 5' A i gf ' .13 i ' w ,x W . . , vig' A .L I A f , 3 ,ag N, , f , x iw if! ,nf . 67 Q 1 , Th?" , LF.: I X 1 5 :An -- I J se, ! I . 0 N V U - V r -J X' 'Li' . :I I V.- sa' 1 Z . , j'3'13:,,,I V C92 - Nt '. lr 'I' xr A . ,Af W F -ja , Ag , 4, H mm A f ' " K .C . 'Yin 4' 7 ,- ixgfi ' ' 'Q' . A A ,' fn :E ,rg ' x fy QU Q! .ga ft: 1? Q . jig. J f -P - ,,. 4x"i,,. fax .F q, 5' Q ,Ca ff, 1 qi? , .114-'ef2'gg,e+f.g. . , . l ' . b ini.. as - Q YL' :- S blnfbcl, ,..f ff-J '31 f fi ff pff. ,4 2 V591 vw fn.. in X, f Q, W A? jf!! ji, xgis-5' . '22 ! i lx X X , . fl 1" V, 8 4X J ff: ..- ..-. gg! ...f x QP 4' ' '-J' f- 'SO' ROW 1 S. l. ROW 2 D. I. ROW 3 P. M, White, M. Sees, M. Pagac, R. Hayden, P. Guarino, N. Turvey, B. Brannon, P. Leigh, B, Boyes, B. Hreha, Howell, I. Payne, S. Crabtree. Grassell, F. Walters, I. Kovacs, A, Lauby, S. Williamson, S. Morrow, E. Green, R. Beltram, M. Fedries Smith H Bartlett, P, Lott, l. Galvin. Church, C. Parker, L. Clexton, J. Kahajda, R. Furguson, P. Rohrbough, B. Demery, C. Beclsner, M. Mercer Sauer, l. Yochum, R. Eckert, G. Robinson, 'll f . 1 f 7, .L l T 3 Mr. David E. Kemppel, director of vocal music Coming froQt oQb! day' during the first or seventh periods, the familiar strains of many favorite songs greet a large number of students and attest to the pre- sence of talented groups under the direction of Mr. David E. Kemppel. These groups are the Symphonic Choir and All Girls Choir. The purpose of the Symphonic Choir is to provide training for those who are interested in choral work and to present varied types of musical programs to the school. The All Girls Choir is open to any girl in Garfield who has the desire to learn more about music and voice development. Ev-x Q. -, C' KJ SatLerf1e1d N Harmon G Lengyel P Hocke L Sregfned I Ebenhock I Flook D Rlttenhouse and ROW 2 Church M Eleuch N Yanatou, S J Tobm R Nye M Lonchar M Long L Pollack S Runge and ROW 3 Davxdson B Gorham I Robertson C Wldmeyer I Wrley S Nye M Colhns H Mxddour and D ALL GIRL CH0lR Brubaker M Durkm A F1anick,D Marrese B Roberts M R1chards A Reshenburg P Barrmger and Cromley B Kovacs P Sardinak, M L Mxtseff M A Fedor M Campbell S Bmns and D Hartz Relghard N MacDonald D. Scott J Walsh F Sherban L Thompson D Young andV Bolha VY R ROW 1 C. White, M. Mutz, C. Bloom, D. Wilson, H. Segedy, C. McA1eese, D. Young, J. Pesar, S. Wyatt, J Miller, B. White, J. Morris, M. Starcher, D. Fleming, N. Koch, J. Landers, D. Evans, and S, Sewell, ROW 2 C. Puett, M. Fouihty, B. Woodall, C. Kimmel, P. Snyder, N. Thatcher, S. Murphy, C. Wooldridge, I. Muth I. Mulhollen, K. lein, D. LeDonr1e, D. Schafer, P. Hackney, E. Coontz, and W. Murdock. ROW 3 D, Chiacchica, B. McDonald, D. Lucus, R. Zuwel, E. Lowery, B. Martin, D. Camiack, B, Rexroad, S. Prior I. Shaeffer, F. Talarico, P. Hamric, D, Thompson, J. Arnrnons, and S. Singer. UNl0R CH0lR ROW l M. Bellman, R. Haines, C. Lun ren, B. Elliot, B. Frantz, B. Still, J. Hurst, B. Sielihr, C. Benton, B. Lan- caster, G. Nepier, J. Pesar, C. apper, K. Boroirtz, M. Ries, B. Salyards, C. Plogger, D. O'Connor, and A. if Latona. ROW 2 I. Coontz, S. Messinger, G. Godfrey, M. Bowman, M. Starcher, B. Hill, N. Kimpson, J. Sauers, C. Emerson, L. Snyder, D. Seroda, F. Bond. J. Lee, S. Gibetz, N. Cressler, G. Davis, and I. Raymond. ROW 3 P. Willoughby, C. Dickerhoff, M, Bechkoviak, P. Richards, I. McQuown, A. Maxwell, L, Rasberry, P. Livigni, D. Carmack, W. Bell, J. Fagan, T. Clark, D. Hiney, M. Gotham, G. Calahan, B. Bush, and H. Richter. QHLEUCS E! f 'Sw M 2 7 f L J , f fm ff xx X Q Q Xiu' I-A It '. H ,f 1 gl ',:,, :L eg,f- - . . VAR ITY FO0TBALL Qi y 2:22 gf R Wy' . I hike ROW 1 A. Tracy. R. Zimmerman, W. Cunningham, I. Martin, F. Vance, W. Cxmningham, G. Compton, S. Mullins, and R. Blaurock. ROW 2 C. Hatcher, H. Neller, W, Mulrooney, B, Williamson, I. Britson, J. Foughfy. I. Brown, R. Clark, D. Holy- field, and Coach Flossie. ROW 3 R. White, R. Scofield, R. Kirk, D. Bolender, D, Burk, I. Postiach, C. Cox, A. Adams, and J. Reich. SOUTH The South High Cavaliers were no match for the Presidents. Garfield rolled over the Cavaliers 40-14. Our of- fensive looked very good as they scored in every period to turn the game into a romp. EAST Garfield suffered its third loss ofthe 1953 season at the hands of the East High Orientals, by the score of 25-20. KENMORE This hard fought game ended with a great surprise as Kenmore upset Garfield 13-7 at Old Forge Field. BUCHTEL Garfield came charging back to drop Buchtel 20-12 at the Rubber Bowl. Prexies had everything under control and were never threatened by the Griffins. CENTRAL Garfield upset Central 13-12 to gain a place in the city playoffs. EAST Garfield lost all hope for a City Championship this year as East romped the Presidents 53-0 in the City Series playoff game. East went on to win the City Championship. OUT OF TOWN GAMES WE THEY 0 FARRELL 34 6 BARBERTON 7 13 FINDLAY 7 14 CANTON LINCOLN 15 'W s - 5, P . PREXY BASKETEERS CITY-DISTRICT X 5 I X N I f X ,f' "-..,, ,,,... -"' 0 M Q ,S rw, C3 xi M M I afkgxw J dx, 8, 9 M5 D rx ,A Q S V0 l Na K xg' A, 11 LN DCK ,-l.. , I f ALEX BASKETBA LL 52 53 Ravenna Ellet Barberton Canton McK1n1ey St Vrncent s St Mary s Kenmore Buchtel South West East Falls Central North TOURNAMENT Buchtel Barberton North 1 They "-is 719 L ARRY Xgfg l f f I we 70 69 69 53 4 58 27 P. . 44 . ' 42 6 59 41 53 46 55 41 T '12 44 -- 64 Hower 43 1 -' 75 40 ' 63 45 ' 1 l 63 56 f w 49 46 K n' 58 45 4, 4 60 35 69 42 '- U N DON B05 00N L V Guess Wm: 2 -eff 7 X N . T 9:56 .X Q I, Q, 9 D0 gy NGK . l"' Q RE ERVE BA KETBALL C5 5 F3 'fKJ J l faqs. A f N' "'Kf"xf 5 Jxf: S B RW sywm Apwuukrzkay Bmk dRLe w2Fs R1 DM FRE HMA BA KETBALL "' 0 kfg ROW1AMblyITy1DChnsRym dRSpe ROW 2 Coach Dankanich R, Grecni, E. Zuravel, R. Parks, W. Miller, and O. Carroll, BA EBALL ROW 1 F Saye D Chns A L1ptak M Marmics M Fenton T Jackson B Raynow R Buchanan B Cun nm ham R Scofield D Dutton J Amedeo D Stkoral andS Roberts ROW 2 I 111er R. Chxpner D Valentxne D Oldham I. Ondecker W Rlce D Rxley D Alvarez and Coach P Dxenoff 4xX TRACK D Olemck ROW 2 Coach Stout R Wu-:rrnan D Holyfxeld W Parks I Lengyel I Kuhajda T Gates D Cantleberry B Washnock andC Meador CROSS CUUNTRY R. Clupner E Batman M Fenton I Vargo andD Olemck C A ,, f v , A 7 ,. Lf' ' . 1 I f NX A " U v 3 I 3 ROW 1 I. Martin, R. Curt, D. Robinson, J. Lunn, A. Adams, I. Vaxgo, I. Schonover, G, Oster, C. Lamb, and 13 Ii J Segerlund I Sereno R Kish C Campbell I Gulando I L1v1gn1 I Kostoff and CoachC Zunmemlan we Coach W Waggener. I. Gma, T Byers, C, Meador, and D, Grassell Gow T , QV r ? 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