We, the class of 1949, wish to show our appreciation, respect,
and deep admiration for Mr. Harry Mcl.allen and Mr. John Sherman
by dedicating this yearbook to them.
We hope that this dedication may repay them in some small
way for the ceaseless and tireless work that they did for us as a
class and as individuals.
Editor-In-Chief ,.......,,..........,, ,,,.,,,.,A,,....,........A L yle Leslie
Assistant Editor U
uniorj ,,....., ,,..,.......,............ . Richard Eller
Senior Editors ....,,,,.,,.,,....,. .....,.. M ary Zito, Beverly Pudder
Faculty Editor ,,A,. ..,.,.. J osephine Mazzatenta
Class Will ...,..,,.. .....,,,.,.,,,.,,,, C arol Blough
Class Phophecy ,,,,,,,,,, ..,A... R obert Lehman
Advertising Editor ,,,,., ,,..... D oris Oberg
Sports Editor ......,....... ..,.., L eland DePuy
Photograph Editor ......,,. ....,,..r, , , David Dean
Snapshot Editor A,,.,,,,,, ,.,,,..,r C harles Fieata
Classes Editor, ,,,...,s ..,....... J ack Butler
Art Editor ....,,,,,... ....., B ruce Starkey
Activities Editor ,,,,..,
Head Typist ....s...
Humor Editor t,.. ,,..
Jesse Van Over
Sales Manager cc,,..,,..,,....... ........, J ames Linhart
Business Manager ....,..,.....,.... .,,...... D avid Moeller
Assistant Make-up Editor ....... ....,... J oanne Lister
Music Editor ,c,,...,.,,............... ......., D ryden Reno
Faculty Advisor ,.,....,s,..,,,...,.,.......,,,,.,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,--,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,.............,,,, ,,,Mr. McLaIlen
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and libraries . . .
players . . .
Adequufe Guys and gals . .
classrooms . . . Pupils
f' The 8:30 bell rings, the office door swings open, the teachers
lodking bright and cheerful pass in and out to read the bulletins and
discuss their victims for the day, then on to their classes.
Sitting in his private office, Mr. Delbert Caton grins happily as he
passes out little blue and white slips for absences and tardiness. He
has B.S. and M.A. degrees and attended Ohio State, Ashland College,
Columbia University, and Albion College . . . In two other rooms we
find Mrs. May Hubbell and Miss Ruth Holden at their desks preparing
the day's history assignments. Mrs. Hubbell has a B.S. degree from
Northern State Teachers College. Miss Ruth Holden holds an A.B. degree
and attended the University of Chicago and Oberlin College . . . Coach
Bruno A. Mallone and Assistant Coach Edgar Darling are in discussion
about the season's record, of course always hoping for a little better
one next year. Mr. Mallone has a B.S. degree from Ohio Northern
University. Mr. Darling received his B.S. degree from Wittenberg
College . . .
Mr. John Sherman, the art instructor, is busy talking to a group
who are sponsoring a dance and want a little help. He's the man
with the ideas. Mr. Sherman has a B.S. degree and attended Waynes-
burg College, University of Pittsburgh, and Edenboro State Teachers
College . . .
Thoughts of good food come to us as we see Miss Maude Paxton
who runs the Home Ec. department. Miss Paxton has B.S. and M.A.
degrees and attended Muskingum College, University of Colorado, and
Columbia University . . . Spanish is the pastime and dramatics is the
main thought of Miss Dorothy Gross. Miss Gross has a B.S. degree
from Ohio State University . . . Next we come upon Mr. Harold Mc-
Lallen pouring strange things together in the lab. As we pass by he
says "Good Morning" as he ALWAYS does. He has a B.S. degree and
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attended Allegheny College . . . Mrs. Alice Ward is seen preparing the
lessons for her English classes. She has an A.B. degree and attended
Ohio Wesleyan, Ohio University and the University of Colorado . . .
Hearing weird noises from the first floor, we investigated and there we
found the instigator, Mr. David Hauser, the band director. He re-
ceived his B.S. degree from Duquesne University . . . Passing yet an-
other door, we see Miss Laura Milnes. fAt first we couldn't tell what
she was raving about but upon listening a minute, we discovered that
she was only going over Latin assignmentsj. She has an A.B. and
M.A. degrees and attended Capital University and the University of
Michigan . . . Junior and senor choruses are conducted by Mrs. Margaret
Karhan. She has an A.B. degree and attended Youngstown College
and Ohio State University . . .
Looking in on the algebra and geometry classes, we notice how
easy Miss Hysell makes it look. KWe know differentlyj. Miss Hysell at-
tended Kent State and Ohio Universities and has a B.S. degree . . . And
glancing in the shop, we see "Pop" Ekern giving his lessons to the tune
of a buzz-saw. Mr. Ekern has a B.S. degree and attended South
Dakota State College, University of Minnesota, and Kent State . . .
Also having a tune to give her lessons by is Miss Virginia Forney who
uses typewriters for her accompaniment. You can iust hear her soft
voice over the din now telling one of her famous iokes. Miss Forney
has a B.S. degree from Bowling Green State University . . . And there
goes Miss Daugherty, on the run as usual, with a Talon in her hand
in one of its stages. Besides keeping the Talon coming and putting on
the Christmas Formal, Miss Daugherty even finds time for the girl's
gym classes. She has a B.S. degree from Ashland College.
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To the Seniors
You are now numbered among the alumni of
Geneva High School.
Perhaps as you look in retrospect to the years you
spent in this institution, you will recall many pleasant
associations and profitable hours spent together. As
the years go by, those memory scenes will become more
and more precious to behold.
The passing years will reveal clearly and distinctly
for you the importance of having taken full advantage
of the many opportunities your school has afforded you, while you were privileged to
be counted among her students.
I feel that the most of you have sought, with varying degrees of diligence to be sure,
to lay a solid foundation upon which to build your future lives. The progress that you
make in future life, the successes you obtain, the good that you accomplish for yourself
and your fellowmen will depend to a large degree on the habits and attitudes you have
thus for formed.
If your habits, attitudes, and methods of work point in the wrong direction, now is
the time to make an ABOUT FACE. If the road you
have been traveling leads upward, then increased per-
severance, diligence, and initiative will help to carry
you further along the route to success.
Will you always remember that,
"The heights by great men reached and kept
Were not attained by sudden flight,
But they while their companions slept
Were toiling upward in the night."
The exactness, efficiency, and friendliness of
Mrs. Cook, the office secretary, enables the school
and the students to accomplish their work much
quicker and easier.
Around the school you can see the signs pointing to the presence of the maintenance men
such as the sudden disappearance of a paper from the floor where you'd thrown it iust a while
ago and many other little things which cause them a long day's work. In spite of this, they're
always ready to help us and we appreciate it.
P. Westlake, F. Trapp, E. Bartholomew, H. Conel
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Seated - Virgil Winkler,
Virgil Winkler, President
Alex McColl, Vice-President
Kenneth Sparr, Clerk
CHARLES RAYMOND ATWOOD
Blonde 'n' Quiet
Program Committee Jr. Ploy7 Prom Com-
mittee 3: Senior Carnival 4.
JACQUELYN WRAY BARRETT
G. A. C. 2, 3, 47 Prom Committee 37
G Teens 4.
STELLA MAE BARTLETT
G, A. C. 2, 3, 47 G Teens 2, 3, 4: "After
All l1's Spring" 3: Prom 3.
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SUE JACQUELYN BARTLETT
Gift of Gob
Prom 37 Aquila 47 G Teens 2, 3, 47 "Af1er
All lt's Spring" 37 G. A. C. 2, 37 Intro-
murals 2, 'I7 Blue Triangle 17 "Meet a
Body" usher 3: "Angel Street" staff 47
"Arsenic and Old Lace" prompfer 4:
Thespians 47 Chorus 3, 47 Talon 4.
MARTHA ELLEN BATES
G. A. C. 2, 3, 47 G Teens 2, 3, 47 "After
All It's Spring" Prog. Committee 37 Prom
3: Aquila 47 Carnival Posters 47 Blue
Triangle I7 Intramurals 3, 4: Publicity
Senior Play 47 Senior Carnival 47 Publicity
for Senior Play "Angel Street" 47 Winner
of American Legion Essay Contest, 9th
grade girl, 3.
MARGERY LOUISE BESWICK
Toll and Stotely
G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, Talon 4, Prom 3, Intro-
murols 2, 3, 4, Usher Thespian Play 4.
CAROL SPENCER BLOUGH
Blue Triangle l, G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, Intra-
murals 2, 3, 4, G Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres.
G Teens 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 3,
National Honor Society 4, Thespians 3, 4,
Chorus l, 2, 3, Chairman Prom Invitation
Committee 3, "After All lt's Spring" 3,
"Arsenic and Old Lace" production staff
4, "Angel Street" production staff 4,
Senior Scholarship Test 4, Senior Social
tudies Test 4, Class Vice Pres. 4, Aquila
Staff 4, Sr. Carnival 4.
KUSSEI. l.EE CUJTTER
"Our Dano Andrews"
Chorus 4 Hobby Club l, Basketball 1,
Football 3, Prom Committee 3, Com-
mencement Usher 3.
Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
3, 4, Thespion Play 4, Prom Committee 3:
Talon Staff 4, Commencement Usher 3.
JACK MERLYN IUTIIR
Better Buy Buick
Class President 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4:
Co-Captain 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 42
Thespions 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council 2, 3, Junior Play 3, "Meet A Body"
3, "Arsenic and Old Lace" 4: Aquila 42
Chorus 3, Hi-Y 2, Commencement Junior
Marshall 3, "Angel Street" crew 4, Vor-
sity G President 4, Vice president 3,
Senior Carnival 4, l..S.l.. Football 2, 3.
Blue Eyes and Black Hair
Prom Committee 35 Senior Carnival 4.
EDWARD GEORGE COX
Sennior Carnival 45 Prom Commi
Aquila Staff 45 "Angel Street" 4.
BETTY MAY DAVIS
Prom 35 G Teens 3, 45 Chorus 4.
DAVID CARLTON DEAN
Class Vice President 25 Student Council
3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 "After All It's Spring"
35 "Arsenic and Old lace" 45 Thespians
3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Aquila Staff 45
Senior Carnival 4.
LOUISE ANN DE ANGEIJS
G Teens 45 G. A. C. 45 Intramurals 45
"After All It's Spring" 3: Prom Corn-
JEANETTE ARlENE DE l.ORlA
G Teens 2, 3, 4, G. A. C. 2, 3, 45 National
Honor Society 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4: Aql-lili
4, Prom 3, "Suddenly It's Spring" Com.
3, lntramurals 2, 3, 4.
Student Council 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Aquila
45 Varsity G 3, 45 Athletic Association
President 4, Thespian Play, "Arsenic and
Old lace" 45 Junior Play, "After All -lt's
CHARLES ANTHONY FIEATA
Proprietor of Feet's Inn
Aquila 4, Class Treasurer 4, Student
Council 2, 4, Football 2, , 4, Chorus 3, 4,
"Arsenic and Old lace" 4, Varsity G 4,
Prom 3: "Suddenly It's Spring" man-
ager 3, 'lhespian Flay 3, "Meet A Body"
sta e hand 3: Senior Carnival 4.
RUTH MAE EVANS
Prom Committee 3, Talon 3.
LAVERNE MILLICENT EVANS
G Teens 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, Prom
Committee 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
ClYDE REED FOBES
Prince of Peace Contestant
Band 3, 4, Prince of Peace Contestant 45
Prom Committee 37 Chorus 3g Aquilo Staff
4, Senior Scholarship Test 4.
"After All It's Spring" 3: "Meet A Body"
35 Thespions 3, Ay "Arsenic and Old Lace"
4: "Angel Street" 47 Tolon 3, 4, Eclitor 4:
Prom Committee 3: Aquila Staff 47
"Daddy Long Legs" 27 Senior Cornivol 4.
RICHARD PAUL Gll.l.E'l'TE
"After All lfs Spring" usher 3, Prom
Committee 3: Senior Carnival 4.
Lll.A JOY FRY
Gutstonding Girl Athlete
G Teens 2, 3, 4, G. A. C. 2, 3, 45 Intro-
murols 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 37 "Angel
DONALD RAYMOND GLEASON
Band 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3.
ANITA El.SlE HAMILTON
Smile for Everyone
G Teens 2, 37 G. A. C. 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4:
Jr. Play Selection Committeep Usher 4
Sr. Ploy 4, Prom 3: Aquila 4.
JAMES GEORGE HATTERY
Prom Cqmmittee 35 Talon Staff 4.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN HAWES
Pram Committee 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Senior
Carnival 45 "Angel Street" tickets.
RUTH JULIANA JEPPE
G Teens 2, 3, 45 "After All lt's Spring"
35 Prom 35 Aquila 45 Chorus 3, 45 G
Teens Sec. 35 Commencement Usher 35
Senior Carnival 4.
RONAl.D JOE JANSON
Basketball Mgr. 2, 3. 45 Baseball Mgr.
3, 4: Fbotlmll Mgr. 2, 35 Senior Cami-
WILUAM JOHN HILLIER
Football 2, 3, 45 Basetball 2, 3, 45 Prom
35 "Angel Street" 45 Varsity G 4.
JAMMY JAMES KOCHY
Quiet and Bashful
Prom Committee 3, Senior Carnival 15.
ROBERT All.EN LEHMAN
Aquila 45 Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, 35
Track l, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 37
Athletic Association 4, Varsity G 3, 4,
Senior Carnival 47 Senior Scholarship
Test 4. W
GURDON LYI.E LESLIE
Redheoded Aquila Editor
Talon Staff 2, 3, 45 Associate Editor 4g
National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4,
Thespians 4, "Daddy Long Legs" Business
Manager 37 Basketball l, 2, 3, State Dis-
trict Music Auditions l, 2, 3, State Final
Music Auditi.-ns l, 25 Track lg Chairman
Prom Entertainment Committee 3, Senior
Scholarship Test 4, Social Studies Scholar-
ship Test 4p Senior Carnival 4, Football
lp Commencement Processiunal and Re-
cessional 35 Baccalaureate Piracessional
and Recessional 4.
JAMES CLAIR IJNHART
Chorus 3, 45 "After All It's Spring" poster
committee 3: "Arsenic and Old Lacs":
Talon 3, 4, Prom Committee 35 Aquila
Staff 45 Track 2, Senior Carnival 4,
JOANNE MARGUERlTE LISTER
Pres. Blue Triange lg Red Cross Carnival
l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, G Teens
2, 3, G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4:
Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Class Sec. 2, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Vice. Pres. 4, Thesf
pians 3, 4, Sec. 45 "After All lt's Spring"
37 "Daddy Long Legs" 2, "Arsenic and
Old l.ace"' 4, Angel Street" 4, Senior
Scholarship Test 4, D. A. R. Citizenship
Test 47 Vice. Pres. lg Aquila 45 Talon
Staff 4, Prom Committee 35 District Piano
Auditions 2, 3, 4, State Piano Auditions 2.
THOMAS ARTHUR MALTBY
Football 2, 42: Basketball 2, 3: Junior
Play 3: Thespian Play "Meet A Body" 3:
"Arsenir and Old Lace" 4: Chorus 2, 3:
Band 2, 3.
JOSEPHINE ELVERA MAZZATENTA
Blue Triangle 'l:,May Attendant lg G
Teens 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3:
Chorus 4: Aquila Staff 4, Junior Red
Cross 'l, 2: "Angel Street" 4: "Arsenic
and Old Lace" 4, Talon 3, 4: Intramurals
2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3,
Talon 3, 4: Basketball I.
BERTHA LOUISE NE'U'NIAN
Blue Triangle I: G Teens 2, 3, 4: G. A. C.
2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Chorus
3, 4: "After All It's Spring" 35 "Arsenic
and Old Lace" 4: "Angel Street" 4,
Prarr Committee 3.
DAVID BRUCE NIOELLER
Senior Class President
Sr. President 4: Jr. Treasurer 3: Aquila 4:
Prom Committee 3: Honor Society 3, 4:
Senior Carnival 4.
DORIS JEAN OBERG
G Teens 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 3, 45 Intro-
murols 3, 45 Queen's Court 35 National
Honor Society 45 Prom Committee 35
Aquila Satft 45 Sr. Scholarship Test 45
Class Vice President .
JUDITH LOUISE ORKIN
Our "old lady" actress
Prom 35 Aquila 45 "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 45 "After All lt's Spring" 35 G
NORMA MARE PASQUAl.ONE
Blue Triange 15 G Teens 2, 3, 4! Treas.
45 G. A. C. 2, 3, 45 Sec. 35 Pres. 45 intra-
murals 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society
45 Sec. 45 "Daddy Long Legs" 25 "After
All lt's Spring" 35 "Arsenic and Old lace"
45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Chorus 45 Prom
CAROI. JOYCE PATRlCK
Little but Mighty
G Teens 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 2, 3, 45 lntro
murals 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3.
ANDREW JOHN PENCAK
Hobby Club 'l5 "After All lt's Spring
usher 35 Prom Committee 3.
BEVERLY JANE PUDDER
Blue Triangle lp G Teens 2, 3, 4, G. A. C.
Recording Sec. 4, G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, Intra-
murals 2, 3, 45 "After All lt's Spring" 3,
MILFORD TAYLOR RAMSEY
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity G 3, 4, Chorus
3, 45 "Arsenic and Old l.ace" Stage Crew
4, Prom Committee 3: Aquila Staff 4,
Track 1, 2, Commencement Usher 2.
DONNA LOU SEELEY
G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, G Teens 2, 3, 4: Prom
3, Intramurals 3, 4.
JOHN ARTHUR SCHUPSKA
Never Growing Hair
Football 3, Chorus 4, Talon Staff 3, 45
Prom Committee 3.
DRYDEN ARCHIBALD RENO
Band l, 2, 3, 4: Music Contest 'l, 2, 3,
Football ly "Daddy Long legs" produc-
tion staff 2, "Meet A Body" production
staff 3: "How To Propose" 3, "After All
It's Spring" 3, "Arsenic and Old Lace" Ai
Aquila 4p Senior Scholarship Test 4,
Thespians 3, 47 National Honor Society
3, 4: Treasurer 4, Senior Carnival 4,
Social Studies Scholarship Test 4, Prom
Committee 3, "Angel Street" production
ELEANOR BARBARANNE SPINELLI
"Angel Street" makeup 4, "After All It's
Spring" Prod. Staff 3, Aquila Staff 4,
Prom Committee 3, Talon 3, 4, Jr. Red
Cross Council 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, G Teens
2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, "Arsenic and
Old Lace" makeup 4: G. A. C. 2, 3, 4,
Blue Triangle 'li Senior Carnival 4.
BRUCE CARLETON STARKEY
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4,
Varsity G 4, Chorus 3, 4, Prom Com-
mittee 3, Aquila Staff 4, Thespian Play 4.
DONALD RAY STEWART
Prom Committee 3.
WllMA ELAINE THIEL
Shelby O. F. H. A. l, 21 G. A. C. l, 2, 3,
Speech Club 2, 3: "Variety Show" 2,
Prom Committee 3.
Geneva G. A. C. 4, G Teens 4, Intra-
murals 4, "Arsenic and Old Lace" cos-
tume committeep Talon 4, Aquila 4.
LYLE WllllS UNSINGER
Aquila 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior
Carnival 4, "Angel Street" 4.
JESSE SUMMERS VAN OVER
Band l, 2, 3, "After All lt's Spring" 3,
Thespians 3, 4, "Meet A Body" 3, Chorus
3, 4, Football 3, "Angel Street" 4 Talon
3, 4, Senior Scholarship Test 4, Senior
JANET ADAM WATSON
Blue Triangle l, G. A. C. 2, 3, Intra-
murals 2, 3, G Teens 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Prom Committee 3.
MARY LOUISE ZITO
G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, G. Teens 2, 3, 4, Pres.
4, Vice Pres. 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, "Sud-
denly lt's Spring" 3, Sr. Sec. 4, Talon 3,
4, Aquila 4, Prom 3, Queens Court 4,
Blue Triangle 'l, "Angel Street" usher 4,
lntramurals 2, 3, 4, Commencement
ROBERT FRANKLIN WIDMER
Aquila 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior
PAUL EUGENE WETIIG
Chorus T, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Talon
Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, Aquila Staff
4: Senior Carnival 4, "Angel Street" 4.
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While on vacation in the spring of 1959 I visited Alex Fraser, the Editor-in-Chief of
the New York Times. He asked me to go to the Madison Square Gardens with him to see
Jim Kochy's Death Dodgers. With us were the Times' star reporters, Jo Mazzatenta and Bud
At the Gardens I found that Bill Hawes, Paul Wetzig, and Tom Maltby were the best
drivers. They always were good at wrecking cars.
Bert Covell did some daredevil tricks on his motorcycle.
The next morning I went to the airport to continue on my vacation and I met Andy
Pancak, the new owner of Kauvars. He said that he was going to the grand opening of "Pee
Wee" Fieatta's Huge Oaks Nite Club on route 307 and invited me to go with him.
Arriving in Cleveland we met Jim Hattery, manager of the Cleveland Airport, who was
also going to "Pee Wee's".
We arrived at Huge Oaks just in time for the floor show and were greeted by "Pee Wee"
and his wife, Norma, the former Miss Pasqualone. Janet Watson, Sut Bartlett, Judy Orkin
and Carol Blough were starred in the floor show.
After the show, I attempted to get into the back room and found that Russell Clutter
was employed as bouncer. After a few kind words he recognized me and let me in. Jim
Linhart and Lee DePuy were cashiers.
I met Jacky Barrett and her husband, "Casey", Clyde Fobes, the head announcer for
NBC, and Bill Hiller and his wife, the former Betty Davis.
Returning to the dining room I heard the "Blue Boys," Don Stewart, Ed Cox, and Lyle
Unsinder- sing "Laughing Sonata,' 'the hit tune written by Doris Oberg. They were accom-
panied by Lyle Leslie at the piano.
Decidng to stay for the nght, I asked "Pee Wee" if he could suggest a place to sleep.
He sent me to Bertha Neuman's boarding house.
The next day I visited G. H. S. and found that Eleanor Spinelli had replaced Mrs. Cook
as school secretary. Stella Bartlett was teaching biology. In the afternoon Lila Fry and her
"Mountain Girls," Laverne Evans, Donna Seeley, and Carol Patrick, put on an assembly. They
are touring the country giving performances.
As I was leaving I met Water Commissioner Don Gleason who was going to test the
In the eevning I went to Sheds Theater and saw Wilma Thiel in "Lovers Paradise." In
the newsreel were pictures of Beverly PucIder's being crowned "Miss America." Richard
Gillette had iust become manager of the theater.
The next morning in the paper I read that Dryden Reno and David Moeller, scientists
for General Electric at Nela Park, had invented a perpetual motion machine. I decided to
visit them so I took a train to Cleveland.
I continued to read the paper on the train and saw that Ronald Janson and Bob Wiclmer,
fight managers, had announced that "Buster" Starkey and "Big Miff" Ramsey would fight for
the world's championship in two weeks.
I also read that the Cleveland Indians, now being managed by Dave Dean, were well
under way with spring training. Ronnie Castelli would be playing another year as center
fielder, and Art Schupska as catcher.
When I arrived at Nela Park I was met by Margie Beswick, the telephone operator, and
she sent me to Mary Zito, a secretary at the luboratory. She told me where I could find them.
They were about to go to a fashion show with their wives. They asked me to go with
them so that they wouIdn't be so bored. Many of the designs in the show were by Joanne
Lister and Ellen Bates. Ruth Evans and Ruth Jeppe were models.
After the show we went to Hamilton Hills, the estate of Anita Hamilton, who had iust
written a cook book.
Louise DeAngeIis and Jeannette Deloria were getting their copies autographed. They said
that they had good use for them.
I mentioned that I had I0 catch C1 plone io continue my vacation and Anita called her
chouffer to drive me to the airport. You can imagine my surprise when I found that it was
The car was a Buick and had lust been purchased from Jack Butler, the Cleveland dealer
At the airport I boarded my plane and was off again.
This has been taken from, "A Week in the Life of Bob Lehman."
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President ,,,, ,A,,,,,,.
Class Vice-President ........
Class Treasurer .,...,.....
Secreta ry ,,,,,...,..
Talon Editor ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,...-.
Talon Assistant Editor ..,...
Thespian Vice-President ,,.,,...
Thespian Secretary ,,,,,.A.....,
Thespian Treasurer Y,..s ..,..
Aquila Editor ,,.,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,
Varsity G President ,..,............
..---- ........ - ............. Charles Fieata
- ,,,,.... ,- ,,,. -.Alex Fraser
,-.------ Lyle Leslie
Honor Society President .....,,...s .............., L yle Leslie
Honor Society Vice-President ,,,,,, .............. Y Joanne Lister
Honor Society Secretary ,,...,,, ,,...,. . Norma Pasqualone
Honor Society Treasurer. ....... ..............V D ryden Reno
Homecoming Queen ,.e.,,, -,,.......,...,. B everly Pudder
Athletic Association President ..........., ,....,.. - -, Lee DePuy
Athletic Association Vice-President ,,,,,,, ...,..,, B everly Pudder
Student Council President ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ...c,,,..,,,,,,, D avid Dean
G-Teens President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, .......,.,,,,,,,,,,, , Mary Zito
Girls Athletic Club President ,,,,,,, ,,....., N orma Pasqualone
Football Co-Captain, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,....,,,,,,,,,. , .lack Butler
Drum Major . ,......,..... ...,,..,,,,,,,, J oanne Lister
Cheerleader ,, e..,... ..,,,,,,,,,,,,...... M ary Zito
Cheerleader ,,.,,, ,s,,,,,, N orma Pasqualone
Best - -.-.- '57
Dancers Norma Pasqualone
Beverly pudder Charles Fieata
Andy Pencak B959
Most Likely Mos,
To Succeed Fun
Joanne Lister Jim I-inhan
David Moeller Bruce Starkey
We, the class of 1949, having so many blessings and attributes, and not wanting
to be selfish, are 'going to give some of our prized possessions away. As follows:
Ray Atwood leaves his Free Press duties to Dick Pencak. Stella Bartlett wills her
geniality to Betty Brown. Sue Bartlett wills her pleasant disposition to Sally Wood-
ward. Ellen Bates wills her artistic ability to Shirley Barrett. Margie Beswick leaves
her early engagement to Mary Wickert.
Carol Blough wills her beautiful blond hair to Elaine Mazzatenta. Jack Butler
wills his red-headed athletic ability to Gordon Clark. Ronnie Castelli wills being tall,
light and handsome to Jim Merrell. Russell Clutter leaves his studious attitude to
Blythe Lister. Bert Covell wills his motorcycle to Francis Brewer. Ed Cox leaves his
quiet friendliness to Betty Bates.
Betty Davis leaves her well-groomed look to Lois Jeppe. Dave Dean wills being
student council president to one of next year's ambitious seniors. Louise De Angelis
wills her bus rides to Dolores Shafer. Jeanette De Loria wills her petiteness to Bobby
Barrett. Lee De Puy leaves his tackling ability to Fred Frisbie. Laverne Evans wills her
basketball ability to Marian Pugliese.
Ruth Evans leaves her sedateness to Nancy Peterson. Charles Fieata leaves his
"good times" motto to Charlie Helm. Clyde Fobes leaves his speaking ability to Mary
Fidel. Alex Fraser wills his popularity to anyone who can do so many things at once.
Lila Fry wills her energy to Janet Stineman. Richard Gillette wills his bashfulness to
Don Gleason leaves Carolyn to next year's senior class. Anita Hamilton wills her
out-of-town boyfriends to Ellen Cook. Jim Hattery leaves his motor bike to Jim Boyd.
Bill Hillier leaves his good looks to Pete Althen. Ronald Jansen leaves his talk-a-tive-
ness to Bob Brown. Ruth Jeppe leaves her cheerfulness to Joan Horvath.
Jim Kochy wills his shyness to Jeanette Davis. Bob Lehman leaves his quiet
ability to get things done to Eugene Eller. Lyle Leslie wills his Aquila editorship to Dick
Eller. Jim Linhart wills his pipe to Foster Striffler. Joanne Lister leaves her pleasing
personality to Betty Bates. Tom Maltby leaves Mary Lou to the Freshmen.
Josephine Mazzatenta leaves her neat clothes to Rosie Herbat. David Moeller
wills his senior class presidency to some ambitious iunior. Bertha Neuman wills her
quietness to Margie Paterson. Doris Oberg wills her directness to Joyce Hopes. Judy
Orkin leaves her curly locks to Emma Jones. Norma Pasqualone wills her height to
Carol Patrick wills her vim and vigor to Roxanne Sparr. Andy Pencak leaves
his job at "Kauvar's" to Ramond Barrier. Beverly Pudder leaves her title of football
queen to the lucky girl in next year's senior class. Miff Ramsey leaves his broad
shoulders to Albert Pulsifer. Dryden Reno wills his chemistry ability to Dick Pencak.
Art Schupska wills his butch to Bob Scoville.
Danna Seeley wills her daintiness to Shirley Anderson. Eleanor Spinelli leaves her
typing ability to anyone who can keep their finger untangled. Bruce Starkey leaves
his ability to keep in one piece during football season to Bob McGuire. Don Stewart
wills his feminine ways to Nancy Stiffler. Wilma Thiel leaves her forgetfulness to Pat.
Broskey. Lyle Unsinger wills his quiet attitude to Don Drought.
Bud Van Over wills THOSE books to anyone with high class reading ability. Janet
Watson leaves her long walks to school to Nancy Barnes. Paul Wetzig wills his car
to whoever can keep it going. Bob Widmer wills being assistant football manager
to Norman Potter. Mary Zito wills cheerleading to Coach Darling.
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The class of '50 takes a backward peek before girding for the final plunge . . .
entrance into that exalted state known as Seniordom. Get out of the way you swagger-
ing seniors . . . here comes the Class of '5O! We're already crowding you and next year,
you'll probably be totaly eclipsed. Four out of five of our gals are pretty and the fifth
Wife Always so small
Wife First woman president
President Street cleaner
Wife Miss America
Vocalist A "Swoonatris"
Manager at the Roxy Usher at the movies
Coach Band director
Beautician Future Gracie Allen
Secretary Pro roller skater
A bum A bum
Back Row: W Dey. P Kelley, R. Tisi, M. Wiclxert. J Koschar, B Warren, L Jeppe, J Davis.
3rd Raw: M. Pugliese, M. Hulbert, M Mathieu, W Cook, E. DeGeorge, M Jones, C Arilson, A
Teegarden, R. Bell
2nd Row: E Judd, N. Barnes, E. Spade, M. Conrad, B. Bates, M. Midcllebrook, S. Woodward, L
Lockard, E. Cook, M, Fidel.
Isl Row: C Walters, B Lister, D. Horner, J. Craig, P Fieata, M, Germack, B. Anchor, J Novak,
can get a date by setting a wolf trap. The guys in our class have a boycott on brains,
looks, and smoothness . . . and we aren't boasting either. So move over, Seniors, we're
getting on where you get off and it looks like the old G. H. S. Merry-go-round is in for
a real spinning complete with caliope music.
Mary Lou Germack
Landscaper Just a civilian
Secretary Model wife
Janitor at the nut-house
Baker Assistant school custodian
Wife Gay divorcee
Ranch owner 2nd Dorothea Dix
Employee at Du-All
Vocalist with a swingband
Richest man in the world
Karren, F Frisbie, C Finley, C Helm, J. Merrell, O. Pugliese, D, Marsh, R Brown, P, Belding
Riedel, F Shafer, R Scoville, N Potter, R. Hunt, J, Kochy, R. Eller, R. Welker, J. Curtis,
E. Gornick, J. Bonsor.
G Conrad, T, Jamison, F Striffler, J. Boyd, G Covell, G. Gleason, D McKain, F. Neal,
D Drought, G Rhodes, P. Lehman.
Those Sophomore shavers also have a past . . . and believe it or not, it be-
gins to look like they have a future. Hold your breath and lets take a quick look-
see at.the antics of the Class of '51. You can always tell a Soph, but you can't
tell him much! Upper classmen put in a year "orienting" the Sophs . . . and then
put in another year wondering if it was worth the trouble. But there are excep-
tions to all rules and maybe the Class of '51 is that exception. It's possible, any-
way. It's a sate bet that any class with such shining lights as this one will make
it's mark in G. H. S .... Some kind of mark! We are proud of our Sophs. They
have caught the spirit that characterizes G. H. S .... They have been cooperative,
and they have behaved fmost of the timej as Sophomores should. They show
symptoms of developing into upper classmen capable of carrying on in the best
G.H.S. tradition. But listen Sophs, here's a parting shot from the Class of '49 for
you to take to heart. We've had our day, we'Il soon join the ranks of the 'Exes."
It's up to you, use your opportunities, the torch is yours . . . Don't let us down.
am aw. 3. rtaeflon, R. amen, a. alqcueage, F. Pelle., E. Mamfenm, K. Pi-eip., A. Penniwiiow,
3rd Row: D. Sarvy, M. Vernick, M. Carrigan, J. Horvath, H. Tiller, J. Palinkas, C. Clark, J. Wood,
2nd Row: D. Oakman, B. Belden, l. Unsinger, J. Stineman, R. Sparr, J. Wilcox, M. Hopkins, J. Bell,
1sIRow: C. Warner, J. Byrd, D. Childs, R. Herbat, J. Hopes, S. Spencer, P. Brosky, M. Zikovsky,
J. 50. John.
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NAME FAVORITE SAYING FAVORITE SPORT
Dick Anchor "Hi Beautiful" Football
Raymond Bender "What's that make you" Baseball
Ruth Beitel "Oh, Hush your mouth" Skating
Jim Cook "Kind of cute, huh!" Basketball
Janice Dean "Oh Golly" Basketball
Barbara Edy "Oh Crumb" Football
Barbara Gleason "Oh Brother" Skating
Arthur Miller "Hi Stupid" Baseball
Audrey Gornick "Hi Kid" Swimming
Mary Hagler "Oh Gee" Football
Marilyn Hart "Blast it" Baseball
Ray Herbat "l catch 'em while it's early" Baseball
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Back row: M. Tellup, M. Hagler, l. Myers, J. Holmes, D. Shafer, L. Blough, N. Peterson, B. Bender.
Third row: N. Lomas, C. Marquette, M. Hart, B. DeAngelis, l. Catana, M. Charmen, E. Westlake, E. Jones,
P. Sterritt, G. Gleason.
Second row: B. Hall, S. Barrett, J. Dean, M. Patterson, P. Moss, J. Klauson, M. McFarland, M. Jeppe,
First row: J. Kimmy, R. Myers, R. Dayton, D. Sharp, B. Edy, R, Beitel, A. Rhoades, E. DeGeorge, B. Gillette.
Mary Lou Jeppe
"Well it's like this"
"Well shut my mouth"
"Well ball my weeviI"
"Oh my gosh manl"
Back row: F. Brewer, D. Holmes, J. McSpadden, P. Pollock, O. Powell, O. Zehmar, R. Watson R Ford J
Stewart, A. Miller, L. Hattery.
Second row: I. Tiller, F. Poling, R. Herbal, M. Pasqualone, R. McGuire, F. Hyde, J. Cook, M. Kroner T Duke
A. Crain, R. Hawes, R. Shimek.
First row: A. Pulsifer, R. King, R. Curtis, R. Commisso, R. Anchor, G. Crittenden, R. Bender, E. Eller W Regner
J. Neal, P. Novak, R. Barrier.
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Back row: J. Wilcox, N. Whited, E. Perkins,, R. Tengle, R. Rouse, J. Wetzig, R. Sopelck, M. Theilan, J. Tellvp
R. Wrig ht.
Second row: D. St. John, H. Temlley, M. Knoedler, M. Swenson, M. McKoin, J. Stondridge, L. Thompson, V
Stafford, R. Zimmer.
First row: G. Strong, R. Starkey, M. Stiffler, S. Skidmore, B. Warren, I.. Starkey, C. Weber, W. Wharrom, M
Schroeder, G. Warner, Min Holden.
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Back row: P. Porter, B. Smith, L. Quickel, F. Snyder, M. Von Besler, H. Wilcox, H. Starkey, D. Warren, J. Teegarden.
Third row: D. Rutter, L. Starkey, S. Spinelli, E. Viland, P. Schwartz, R. Sezon, J. Rauckhorst, P. Edney, J. Saunders, P. Tellup.
Second row: Miss Daugherty, J. Spode, P. Sarvery, J. Shea, A. Keller, R. Pudder, W. Stafford, R. Wharram, B. Virant, W. Rockhill
First row: S. Shimek, J. Stevenson, B. Pevec, B. Stewart, B. Zakraisek, J, Thomas, D. Pierce, J. Polzorski, T. Throop, J. Pakorskl
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We've learned a little fvery little maybel in our short time in
G. H. S. For some of us more learning is ahead and for others, iobs
are waiting. For what little that we know, we can thank our teachers.
A teacher-pupil relation should be above the "you do it because l said it"
plane. Guidance is necessary, but it's effectiveness is in direct pro-
portion to the spirits of understanding, co-operation, and real friend-
ship existing between instructor and student. An instructor whose
efforts have resulted in the building of good citizens as well as good
students is well-liked and long-remembered. Their contact with stu-
dents through the years leaves a lasting impression.
As seniors we began to take on added responsibilties and iust as
we are leaving, we begin to appreciate G. H. S.
There are three kinds of seniors: Those who date and stay out
late, those who loaf and congregate, and those who graduate. The
Class of '49, we admit, is the best class ever to graduate from this or
any other school. QAren't we glad we're us?J Look at the records:
Actors, athletes, musicians, iournalists, an occasional scholar and a fine
crop of loafers. We've finished smashing lab equipment, ground out
our last theme, cheated on our last exam, played our last game on
Memorial Field . . . now we go out into .the cold, cruel world. lt's been
along road with many turns and not a few bumps! But as we reach
the crest of one of the highest peaks in that road-Graduation-and turn
for a last, long look before taking the plunge, here is what we see in
retrospect: The day that it suddenly dawned on us that maybe we
hadn't learned quite everything . . . that empty feeling when we're
notified to "report to the office" . . . the G, H. S. Band, as it marched
smartly on the field . . . those report cards we didn't want to take home
. . . the Talon fwhy is the paper late?J . . . fun and frolic, excuses for
being late, for not having homework . . . the Senior Play, after game
dances . . . There will never again be good times like we've had . . .
friendships like we've known here . . . there will never again be isays
the facultyj another class like us.
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National Thespian Society
Girls Athletic Club
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Vice-President W Y'4-'-- Y-Joanne Lisle'
Secretary ,,,,, Norma Pasqualone
Treasurer ff f fe---D"Yden Reno
Sponsor W W ,,-,...Mr. John Sherman
Buck Row: B. Lehman, J. Merrell, 5. Woodward, D. Moeller, A. Teegarden, L Leslie, Mr. Sherman,
D. Reno, J. Deloria.
Isl Row: D. Oberg, .l. Lister, C. Blough, N. Pasquolone, B. Bates.
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Presidenf ...,,,... -.-Alexander Fraser
Vice-President ,..... .... T om Malfby
Secretary ..... --- ---Joanne Lister
Treasurer e.... - ..... - ..e.,. ,.... D avid Deon
Sponsorsw-- -,..,Miss Hubbell, Miss Gross
Bock Row: D. Deon, J. Van Over, P, Wetzig, S. Alwood, A, Fraser, L. Leslie, J. Burrell, F. Frisbie
J. Buller, J. Linhcrl, D. Reno.
2nd Row: J, Lisfer, C. Fieula, I.. Fry, N. Pusquclone.
ls! Row: Miss Gross, C. Blough, B. Neuman, 5. Barllefl, D, Oberg, J. Mazzofenia, Mrs, Hubbell
Seafed: J. Orkin.
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Back row: Mr. Gallaher, L. DePuy, R. Eller, J. Merrell, D. Dean, C. Fiesta.
Second row: P. Pollock, D. Moeller, F. Snyder, J. Blackledge, D. Barr.
First row: J. Hart, S. Landon, J. Hopes, R. McGuire, E. Eller, P. Brosky, S. Skidmore.
President ..... ..,, D avid Deon
Vice-President .,,.. ..,.. J ames Merrell
Secretary ..,,, ,.... . Pat Brosky
Treasurer, .... -, .,,...., ..... R ichard Eller
Sponsor ...... ,.... M r. Gallaher
A real school knows the spirit of co-operation, of sharing, responsibilities, of
working together. That togetherness should be made a tradition with us. Members
of this committee gather to plan, promote, improve, or decide on a policy with
students voicing their ideas, and putting things across with a "we" feeling that makes
them successful. Decisions are made by the Student Council that keep pupil-teacher
relations on this "we" level. "Let's do it" not "you do it" is our slogan at G. H. S.
Back row: J. Bonsor, S. Woodward, M. Middlisbrdolk, J.l Barrett, S. Bartmzvrr Davis J Llnharf M Beswlcl:
Third row: M. Fidel, B. Anchor, J. Lister, W. Thiel, J. Orkin, J. Van Over, J. Manatenta N Pasqualone
Second row: D. Drought, J. Novak, B. Bates, R. Bell, E. Spinelli, E. Cook.
First row: Miss Dougherty, R. Castelli, F. Shafer, A. Fraser, L. Leslie, A. Schupska, J Hattery
Associate Editor ....
Music Editor .,,,,
Feature Editor ,.,..
Business Manager .... ...... S ally Woodward
Advertising Editor ,.,,. ..,, . Donald Drought
Sports Columnist, .... ..... J eannette Davis
Going the Rounds .....
Buck Row: O Pugliese, Coach Darling, H Morrison, D Marsh, H McLollen, Coach Mallone, B Starkey,
J Merrell, F Shafer, M Ramsey, C Finley.
2nd Row: J Rubenstein, D Drought,J Butler, C Fieato, L DePuy, F Frisbie
1stRow: J Curtis, B Lehman, D Gleason, D Maurer, C Helm
Back row: E. Wheeler, T. Throop, F. Snyder, R. Hoskins, M. Theilan, P. Heaton, J. Wetzig, D. Nilsen,
A. Craine, F. Ashley, R. Rouse, D. Pugliese, C. Paul, R. Tengel, R. Helwig.
Third row: R. Curtis, J. Jarvi, A. Grill, J. Korver, W. Hill, T. Love, J. Peluso, D. St. John, R. Wright,
C. Pelton, G. Clark, R. Zimmer, L. Quickel, J. Sarvey.
Second row: J. Fox, Mr, Caton, C. Pasqualone, M. Cox, D. Burganski, W. Rockhill, R. Wharram, G.
Strong, E. Viland, J. Teegarden, D. Brown, A. Ochner, B. Myers, T. Belding, V. Barnum, E. Fuller,
G. Smith, J. Marquette, W. Maltby, D. Fry, R. Bender, E. Eller.
First raw: Miss Milnes, R. Hunt, J. McGuire, R. Kimmy, E. Herman, J. Johnson, D. Curtis, S. Spinelli,
R. Ferguson, R. Ferguson, A. Fulsiter, D. Barr, A. Hocevar, D. Warren, R. Rutter, D. Karmanski, G.
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President. .. . . Mary Zito
Vice-President .. . ..Winifred Cook
Secretary... ....Sally Woodward
Treasurer. ,,,,Y,,7, .Norma Pasqualone
Sponsors.. .-Miss Forney, Miss Paxton
Back Row: J. Barrett, R. Tisi, M. Wickert, S. Anderson, R. Barrett, B. Blaclcledge, E. Mauatenta, M.
Vernick, D. Sarvy, H. Tiller, J. Davis, J. Kaschar, B. Warren, L. Fry, L. Evans, M. Beswick.
4th Row: K. Phelps, J. Orkin, J. Mauatenta, P. Kelly, C. Arilson, N. Pelton, A. Teegarden, H. Honsan,
B. Bates, E. DeGeorge, C. Walters, J. Lister, R Bell, W. Thiel,'D. Oberg, W. Cook.
3rd Row: M. Hulbert, B. Neuman, S. Bartlett, M. Conrad, E. Cook, N. Barnes, E. Spade, M. Jones,
D. Seeley, J. Stineman, R. Sparr, C. Warner, J, Bell, L. Unsinger, P. Brosky, J. Byrd.
2nd Row: J. Hasenflug, M. Mathieu, S. Spencer, J. Hopes, R. Herbat, D. Childs, J. Deloria, P. Fieata,
N. Pasqualone, D. Troy, B. Belden, C. Patrick, B, Lister, M. Fidel, D. Horner, J. Craig,
M. Germack, J, Novak, B. Anchor, C. Clark, Miss Forney.
lst Row: Miss Paxton, A, Penhollow, M. Pugliese, S. Woodward, M. Middlebrook, M. Zito, R. Jeppe,
F, Feltes, I. Pokarski, E. Spinelli, B, Pudder, J. Horvath, M. Corrigan, E. Bates, S. Bartlett,
J St. John, M. Zikovsky, M. Hopkins.
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N. Harper, D. Shafer, L. Slough, N. Peterson, J. Holmes, L. Myers, H. Wilcox, L. Merritt,
R. Carcel, B. Throop, A. Gornirk, C, Marquette, M. Hart, N. Lomas, J. Boomhower, J. Coy,
K. McNamara, J. Rouckhorst, A. Herman, K. McCoy, U. Grouper, M. Myers, M. Reppenhagen,
N. Hall, J. Blaclxledge, M. Von Besler, S. Pelton, R. Myers, M. Hagler, R. Dayton, Mrs Ward.
J. Wilcox, M. Meacham, M. Tellup, B, Gillette, D. Miller, M. Eller, B. Hall, D. Sharp,
S. Barrett, P Schwartz.
B, Derylak, D Jeffords, M. Metzler, A. King, D. Aruta, E. Westlake, L. Thompson, J. Palinkas,
B. Edy, P. Heaton, W. Spade, M. Glozer, J. Hart.
President . . . Janice Dean
Vice-President Margie Patterson
Secretary , Betty Brown
Treasurer . Kathy McNamara
A, Barnes, V. Stafford, A Merrill, B Brown, J. Bowers, D. Cannon, M. McFarland, J. Klouson
N. Stiffler, B Gleason, D.
Orrell, M. Swanson, J
P Moss, S. Skidmore, B.
R Sezon, M. Phelps.
R Branham, L. Starkey, D. Heaton, H Tempky, M, McCain, N. Barrow, S. McCoy, S. london
R. Mansfield, J. Brewer, P Edney, B Stewart, M. Patterson, J. Kimmy, J Dean, D Frieson
Warham, E Viland.
Davis, S, Chadderon, B. Bender, A Beitel, A. Rhodes.
Perkins, C, Chadderdon, J. Herman, J, Lyons, J. Niclcols, M. Jeppe
Warren, B Virant, J. Saunders, D. Pierce, G. Bannister, K. Behm
Mrs, Karhan, P Tellup, J Polcorski, B. Jesset, M Hulbert, N. Manner, B. Zakraisek
M Knoedler, J Harvey, E. DeGeorge, C Weber, L Starkey, D Novak, M. Striffler, A Hopkins
M. Gaines, N. Carpenter. B. Pevec,
Buck row: C. Janson, Mclallen, J. Boyd, H. Burkhalder, D. Draught, A. Teegarden, R. Helwig, N. Harper
Fourth row: T. Jamison, J. Cook, D. Gleason, M. Patterson, J. Wilcox, F. Ashley, J. Mcspadden, D. Pugliese
Third row: M. Corrigan, J. Bowers, B. Brown, A. Merrell, M. McCain, D. Pierce, J. Saunders, M. Striffler,
C. Warner, J. Hart, H. Hanson, J. Harvey, W. Hawes, M. Myers.
Second row: J. Stineman,'C. Fobes, F. Aruta, F. Strilfler, J. Pokorski, B. Warren, M. Pasqualone, J. Lister
J. Hopes, R. Sparr, D. Aruta, M. Von Besler, E. Viland, R. Starkey, H. Starkey, Mr. Hauser.
First row: W. Cook, M. Mathieu, B. Lister, C. Walters.
Bock row: C. Fieata, J. Linhart, D. Gleason, J. Van Over, J. Hattery, R. Lehman, B. Starkey, P. Wetzig, D. Deon,
M. Ramsey, R. Atwood, R. Karran, F. Shafer, J. Bonsar, A. Fraser.
Third row: J. Stineman, D. Oberg, R. Jeppe, J. Davis, E. DeGeorge, B. Warren, J. Barrett, G. Gleason, S. Atwood
R. Hunt, E. Cox, B. Covell, R. Castelli, I.. DePuy, T. Maltby, H. Mclallen.
Second row: B. Neuman, J. Watson, A. Hamilton, S. Bartlett, B. Hall, W. Dey, C. Walters, D. Seeley, M
Vernick, B. Belden, M. Jones, M. Fidel, J. Novak, J. Craig, H. Tiller, A. Spring, M. Pasqualone.
First row: N. Posqualone, J. Deloria, R. Sparr, J. Mazxatenta, D. Horner, B. Anchor, P. Fieata, M. Germack
E. Spinelli, J. Lister, N. Conrad, E. Cook, M. Hopkins, D. Oakman, E. Spade, E. Mozzatenta, J. Byrd, J. Bell
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Football practice started on the sunny afternoon of August 21. Very sunny, in fact
the heat was almost unbearable but practice they did, and hard. Coach Darling worked
with the line and Coach Mallone took the backfield and both of them made sure that
everyone got a good work-out.
For their first game, the Eagles were host to Perry on September 17. Although the
team didn't appear to be outstanding, they came out on the long end of a 25-0 score,
Butler making two touchdowns, Marsh and Shafer each making one, Patrick scored the
It was a crest-fallen team that took to the showers after the Bula game September
24. Coxe and Sacchiari stole the show for the Panthers as the Eagles were downed 31-0.
However, it was a iubilant coach that walked into the shower room at the Conneaut
Stadium on October 1. Although the Troians outweighed Geneva by twenty pounds to
each man, it didn't prove to be an advantage as we came out on top 13-7. Shafer and
Marsh scored the touchdowns with Eller making the point.
On October 8, Geneva iourneyed to Madison and came home victorious by a score
of 13-O. It was a rainy night but Patrick and Butler came through with a touchdown,
Butler making his by intercepting a pass and returning it 60 yards. Butler also made
October 15, Willoughby proved to be too tough for the Eagles and came out of the
fray with the score 18-6 in their favor. Arkenburg made the lone Geneva score.
The Harbor Mariners came to Geneva on October 22 and stopped the Eagles 21-13.
Harbor had a good line and passing attack. Scoville and Shafer came through with
two touchdowns and Butler scored the point. '
. It was a foggy Friday night, October 29, that the Eagles downed the Mentor eleven.
At halftime the score was 6-6 but coming back strong the Eagles blasted out an 18-6
victory. Shafer, Arkenburg and Patrick made the scores.
A confident Painesville team came to town on November 5 and soon returned home
minus their confidence, with the score 12-7 against them. The first half was a bitter see-
saw battle with neither team scoring. The second half, however, Shafer blasted through
for two touchdowns, the last on an 80 yard run.
In the Homecoming Game, on November 12, the Eagles finished the season right
with a 14-0 score over Warren St. Mary. Arkenburg and Patrick scored the touchdowns.
On the first play, Fieata and Ramsey nailed the ball carrier behind the line for a safety
and 2 points. Thus ended a successful season.
W: J. Noyes, P. Althen, D. Deningtan, N. Potter, D. Maurer, H. Mclallen, R. Beech, D. Wright, R. Hunt.
w: Coach Darling, D. Gleason, M. Ramsey, B. Starkey, D. Arkenburg, C. Finley, J. Merrell, D. Marsh,
Ile, C. Helm, F. Schafer, Coach Mallone.
row: F. Frisbie, A. Mellen, D. Patrick, D. Drought, J. Bonsor, I.. Deuy, T. Maltby, R. Eller, J. Butler,
First row: R. Widmer, W. Hillier, J. Ridel, C. Fieata, J. Curtis, H. Morrison.
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Jack Butler-End. Jack was a regular from last year
and was at the receiving end of many touchdown passes
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e aso played smart defensive ball. He was voted
unanimously by the team as Co-Captain for the year.
This is .lack's second "G".
lee DePuy-Halfback. He was Geneva's main defensive
threat. lee played "heads up" ball. It was a great loss
tot e team when he broke his arm in the Madison game
He will be greatly missed by the team next yar. This
is Lee's second "G".
Charles Fieata-Guard. "Feets" disregarded his small
stature and proved himself an able player. He was a
real threat on defense. "Feets" saw a lot of action and
was in there fighting all the way. His first "G".
Don Gleason-Tackle. Don really showed that he could
play football by breaking through the line and stopping
the plays with some great tackling, His spirit was a great
asset to the team. Don's second "G".
Bill Hillier-End. Bill played his second year at end. He
was on defense and had plenty of spirit. This is Bill's
Tom Maltby-Halfback. Tom made up for his size with
aggressiveness. Tom had a lot of spirit and was in there
fighting all the time and was a very shifty runner. Tom's
Milford Ramsey-Tackle. "Big Miff" could really get
through the line into the opponents' backfield. When
he was there you could hear him hit and it was loud. He
will be greatly missed b the te
y am next year. This is his
Bruce Starkey-Guard. Buster started out this year as
center. He was later moved to guard. "Battling Buster"
proved to be a capable lineman, and he could stop any-
thing that came his way. His second "G".
Jim Bonsor-Guard. He really earned his berth as "All-
League" second team guard. He proved himself to be
a good tackler and blocker. His second "G".
Don Drought-Guard. Don is a fast, low charger, and a
good tackle. Don has another year. His second "G."
Dick Eiler-End. He played hard, smart football. Dick could
catch anything thrown his way. His first "G".
Chuck Finley-Tackle. Chuck is a newcomer to Geneva.
He has good team spirit and plenty of drive. With this
year's experience Chuck should come back strong next
year. This is his first "G".
Fred Frisbie-Guard. Fred never quit fighting and his line
play was tops. This was Fred's first letter and it's well
Charles Helm-Tackle. Charlie was one of the bigger
boys. He prov'ed to be a typical football player and held
down his side of the line. His second "G".
Jim Merrell-Center. Mert is the best defensive and of-
fensive center in the league. He was chosen "All-League
Center" and voted Co-Captain of the team. This is Jim's
John Reidl-Halfback. Johnny is a hard playing ball
player. He was used mainly on defense and earned his
first "G". He will be back next year and will be one
of the leading men.
Bob Scoville- Halfback. Bob got his chance towards the
middle of the season and proved to be an able ball
carrier. Good material for next year's team. His 'first "G".
Fred Shafer-Halfback. Fred was in the game all the
time. He really is a powerhouse on feet and full of spirit
all the time. Fred really showed all this in the Painesville
game with that 80 yard run. He will be back next year.
This is his third "G".
Dale Arkenburg-Quarterback. He was a great asset to
the team for his passing and punting ability. Dale could
really play ball on defense. He has two more years to
show what he can really do. His first "G".
Harre Mclallen-Tackle. Harre started at end and was
moved to the tackle spot and really proved that he wanted
to play football. He has two years to prove his ability
at that position. His second "G".
Hart Morrison-Quarterback. Hart played head's up ball
all the time he was in there. He really shined on the
defense by making some beautiful tackles. His first "G".
Don Patrick-Halfback. Pat played either halfback and
held down both positions like the veteran he is. He has
two more years to go. This is his second "G".
Bock row: H. Hoskins, R. McGuire, P. Pollack, G. Crillenden, M. Kroner, T. Love, R. Woison, R. Bender
D. Anchor, D. Pugliese, R. Arkenburg,
Second row: M. Theilun, R. Commisso, R. Curtis, D. Curtis, R. Kimmy, J. Johnson, J. McGuire, C. Pcsquulone
M. Vilond, D. Barr, C. Paul, Coach Mollone.
Firs! row: Couch Darling, P. Porter, D. Brown, A. Pulsifer, M. Gaines, R. Hunt, R. Starkey, T. Brosky, J. Novak
S. Woodward, P. Brosky, N. Pczsquolone, M. Ziio, E. Mcxzzcnenta, B. Bates.
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Mory Zito, , A.,,,, Senior
Mary Lou Germuck ,,..... ,, 7 ,Junior
Winifred Cook, ,.,. ,- ,,.,oJunior
Joyce Hopes Sophomore
Donna Childs ,,.e, ,. ,,,, ,,,,,,. Y, H Sophomore
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The Geneva Eagle's basketball team had a fairly prosperous season during '48 and '49, winning
11 games out of 17 that they played. The Varsity played 12 league games and won 6 of them. They
played 5 exhibition games and won all of them. The reserves even made a more impressive record
than the varsity, winning 8 league games and losing 4. They played 4 exhibition games, winning all
The Eagle cagers initiated the basketball season by easily winning 2 exhibition games, one with Perry
and one with Madison. The former being 50 to 25 and the latter being 51-28. The Reserves also tri-
umphed over their opponents.
In their first league game of the season, Geneva, ousted Harbor, 29-25. Arkenburg paced the Eagles
with 10 points. The reserves suffered their first upset of the season, losing, 21-16.
The second league game saw Geneva lose to the powerful Conneaut Trojans, 39 to 24. Conneaut's
big Jim Hietikko led the scoring with 16 points. The reserves won the preliminary game, 24 to 18.
In the third league game, Willoughby played host to Geneva. They defeated Geneva, 42 to 39. Don
Marsh led scoring for Geneva with 12 markers and Willoughby's Arter close behind with 11.
The reserve team also lost, 43 to 29.
In the 4th encounter, Ashtabula entertained Geneva which saw the home team lose to a powerful
A.H.S. quintet, 46-31. Marsh led the scoring for Geneva with 8 points. Gephart paced Ashtabula
12 points over-ran Wycliff, 43-28.
reserves were also swamped in the preliminary game, 48-21.
next game was a man-league exhibition with Wycliff. The G.H.S. squad, sparked by Merrell's
The reserves, sparked by Bob Beecl1's 14 points, won an easy victory in the preliminary game.
The next game was an exhibition tilt with Edgewood in which the Eagles won an easy victory,
32-25. Don Marsh was top scorer with 11 points. All the proceeds of the game went to the "March of
The next league tussle found Geneva traveling to Painesville, where they suffered a defeat, 44-28.
Painesville's Chiapponon led the scoring with 16 points and Geneva's Eller second with 8.
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lei' 'O "l9l'1f W- Hllllef, R. Eller, D. Arkenburg, B. Starkey, J. Merrell, D. Marsh, J. Butler, A. Mellen, R. Castelli,
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The Eagle reserves nosed out the Raiders, 29-28. Maurer took honors with 9 points.
ln the next league game, Geneva trounced the Mentor invaders, 56-30. Merrell took scoring honor
by netting 10 points. The reserves lost to a fast Mentor five, 39-29. Beech was high point maker with 9.
In the next game, the Harbor Mariners invaded Geneva where they were repelled after a hard
fight, 50-40. Harbor's Scott and Hertt'ya and Geneva's Merrell all tied for scoring honors with 13
markers each. The reserves won the preliminary game, 36-31. Patrick paced the reserves with 11
On January 28, the Eagles gat revenge for the defeat handed to them earlier in the season by Con-
neaut, defeating them, 42-34. Jim Merrell's brilliant floor work held giant Kim Hietikko to a mere 6
points while he and Marsh scored 14 markers apiece.
The reserves had little trouble in winning their game, 32-25.
In the next encounter, Geneva played host to the Willoughby Rangers, handing them a defeat,
39-30. Arkenburg took all scoring honors with 14 points. D. Oxford, Willoughby was close behind
with 12 markers.
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The reserve dumped their opponents, 29-18.
The Bula Panthers came to G.H.S. for the next tilt and handed the Eagles a beating which ended up
46-32. Marsh was high point man for G.H.S. with 10.
The reserves overran their opponents, 49-37. Maurer and Patrick netted 11 points apiece while
Beech gathered 10.
The next encounter brought the Painesville Raiders to the Geneva hardwood. The invaders man-
aged to overrun the Eagles, 37-33, by a last-minute rally in the fourth quarter. Merrell netted 12
points in the squirmish and Painesville's Lothanen netted 12 also.
The Eagle Reserves edged out the Raiders, 32-29, in an exciting game with Maurer pacing the team
with 12 points.
In the last game of the season the Eagles trounced the Mentor 5, 48 to 34. Marsh and Arkenburg
garnered 16 points apiece in the fight to take the scoring honors. The reserves were badly beaten by
a tough Mentor squad, 34-21.
Standing: J. Bonsor, F. Davis, N, Potter, Coach Darling, J. Noyes, G. Rhodes.
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In recognition of their efforts in behalf of their class and their school,
Joanne Lister and Jack Butler have been named the outstanding seniors
by vote of the seniors.
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Extends congratulations to the Class of 1949
The Grant Company serves you from a roster of the best known
brand names in America. A complete store, offering furnishings for the
home and clothing for the entire family, brand names have for 56
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in the things you buy and use daily.
Congratulations to the Class of 1949
We salute and congratulate these "Boosters"
of Geneva as a school and a community -
To one and all
CLASS OF '49
may we wish Future Success.
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56 North Broadway
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4612 Main Avenue
GULF GAS and OILS
and FAN' BELTS
67 East Main Street
26 East Main Street
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Zima Farm Equipment Co
62 W 'VIAIN ST.. GENEVA, OHIO
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GENEVA BUICK COMPANY
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