Murrell Dobbins Vocational Technical High - Flame and Steel Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1941
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"The circus is coming!" Magic words, those. Do you remember the ill-
concealed impatience with which you once awaited the first sign oi the circusfs
arrival? We want you to find again that impatience and thrill, for acircus
coming: The Shaker Circus, Carnival and Sideshow. It has everything, tooz,
a ringmaster, featured performers, and, yes, even a few clowns.
, There are those who, lacking in imagination, cannot see any
between a circus and a school. But to us that similarity exists in a very
way. The pulsating life, the color, the spirit of fun, the music, the laughter,
magic of make-believe, the hard work behind the Scenes, and the
of every individual for the success of the showi Q11 these elements
are here in Shaker. In these next ninety-odd pages you will witness
performance 'of the Shaker Circus, Carnival, and Sideshow. Hurry,
hurry: get your tickets now for the biggest show on earth. . Qior us. -
. Any night' after school Miss McCracken may be found in her room sur-
rounded by eagerly conversing students. They may be merely wrangling over
the last grammar test or deciding what to read for the next book report, but
'more often they are having a stimulating discussion on almost any subject.
events, new books, music, drama, political controversies, philosophy,
and detective stories: all of these are topics for lively conversation, and
her guidance they become a means to intensify and broaden our inter-
in many fields. Although we labor over the work tn her classroom, we
lnsptred by her attitude of vital interest which brings lite to her subiect.
keen sense of humor, an eager curtosiflr, and a wcn-m feeling of oornradeshtp
her students have made her one of us. '
L. to r. lst Miss Carruthers, Miss Ely, Miss Geiger, Mr. French, Mrs. Gunn, Mr. Patin, Miss I-Iollon, Mr. Miller, Mrs. Barrow, Mrs. Bishop
Miss Anderson, 2nd Mrs. Carothers, Mrs. Lommen, Mrs. Anderson, Dr. Dilley, Miss Wickwire, Miss Blair, Mrs. Mesnick, Mrs. Young, Mrs
Gahn, Mrs. Marlow, Miss Palmer, Mrs. Strela, 3rd Mr, Linscheid, Mr. Moritz, Mr. Park, Mr. Hanes, Mr. Henry, Mr. Grosser, Miss Iohn
ston, Mrs. Morse, Miss Graham, Mrs. Sacha, Miss Bowen, Miss Sellers, 4th- Dr. Myers, Mr. Staiger, Mr. Troyan, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Storms
Mr. Ames, Mr. Segner, Mr. Pederson, Mr. Starr, Mr. Rafeld, Mr. Harhourt, Mr. Thrailkill, Mr. Bosch.
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Miss Mattel Ely
Mr. Wesley Seaner
Mr. Alvin Arnes
Miss Crystal Carruthers
Mr. Guy E. Henry
Mr. Wayrre French
Mrs. Dorothy Gunn
Miss Louise M. Hollon
Mr. M. E. Miller
Mr. Roluert Eryer
Mrs. Natalie Anderson
Mrs. Edith Carothers
Miss Grace Graham
Miss Agnes Palmer
Mr. VVillard Pederson
Mr. George G. Starr
Mrs. Harriet Strela
Miss Gale Wiclzwire
Mrs. Margaret Young
Miss A. Theresa Iohnston
Mrs. Dorothy Marlow
'r. Charles Hanes
Mrs. Eva-Mae Barrow
Miss Ruth Blair
Dr. M. Evelyn Dilley
Mrs. Mariorie Gahn
Miss Kathryn Geiger
Mrs. Dorothy Gunn
Miss Helene Laitem
Miss Pauline Sellers
Mr. Vtlilliarn Waltorr
Miss H. lean Anderson
Miss Alma Bowen
Miss Kathryn Geiger
Mr. M. E Miller
Mr. O. I. Park
Mr. Harold Storms
Mr. Reynold Ellis
Mr. lack Evans
Mr. Ernest Grosser
Mrs. Dorothy Lornrnen
Mr. Howard Moritz
Mrs. Eleanor Morse
Mr. Willard Pederson
Mr. Wayne French
Mr. Frederick Kendall
Mr. Alfred Linscheid
Dr. E. C. Myers
Mr, I. Norman Staiger
Mr. Patrick Troyan
Miss Virginia Kadleclc
Miss Helen Rock
Mrs. Matilda Bishop
Mr. Alfred Bosch
Mr. Iohn Harbourt
Mr. Iaclcson Raield
Mrs, Ruth Sacha
Mr. L. R. Thraillzill
Mrs. Alice Mesnicli
The Editorial Staff of the l94l Gristmill has decreed that the Annual shall
portray the life at Shaker as the shifting scenes of a circus. The adventure,
the wonder, the excitement and the fun,-all are present in our school even as
in a circus. Each and every Shakerite is an actor or participant, and each
is mindful that the cooperation of all is necessary for the show's success. l
therefore, Madam Editor, bow to your decree and am transformed into a ring-
"This act takes the center ring! That one goes in the north ring, the other
in the south!"
Each ring shall be the center of attraction briefly, for each must capture only
its proper share of the plaudits of the crowd.
"Here, clown, cut down your time! Don't overact your part! The crowd
must miss no feat of skill or timing, no beautiful effect."
The actors in the l94l troupe are now about to move on to another and bigger
circus. Those who have been conscientious in their daily exercise and per-
formance here need not be Worried about meeting its demands. They have
acquired the greater skill and better techniques necessary for the more
difficult acts of the larger circus.
l, the ringmaster, am proud of your skill, your accomplishments, and your
contributions to the circus. l shall long remember your willingness to cut some
stellar acts and enlarge the rings in order to include more performers. You
leave me planning, with clearer vision, a better circus.
Now may every actor achieve according to his efforts. Your success and
happiness will always be the cause of much pride and rejoicing to
ROBERT B. PATIN.
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JANUARY CLASS QFFICERS
L. to r, ist Betty Adeli, lone Geiitholtsy Zud Bob Post, Dick Cyllister, Scott Pursoiis.
JUNE CLASS OFFICERS
L. to r. lst Virqiuia Howes, Winiired Fcsterg 'Ziid Froxiicis Neville, Tom Deurinq, Tom
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Miriam Stage League 1417 Studio Art Club 1217
Deans Assistant 1417 A Cappella 1317 Girls'
Glee Club 1217 Girls' Leaders Club 121, 131, 1411
Class Secretary 121, 1417 Class Social Chair-
man 131: Inter-Club Council Representative 1417
Volleyball Championship Team 1217 Honor
Study Hall Member 121, 131.
I ANE ANDREW
Bravo Club 131, 1417 Miriam Stage League 1417
Iunior-Senior Dramatic Club 131, 1417 Deans
Assistant 1417 Shakerite 131: Travel Club 121,
1417 Driving Club 1211 Spring Play 1417 Honor
Study Hall Member 121, 131.
Esperanto Club 121, Secretary 131, President
1417 Sophomore Dramatic Club 1217 S.F.A.A. 1411
Rifle Club 131, 1417 Ping Pong 1311 Honor Study
Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
Photography Club 121, 1312 Esperanto Club 141:
Science Club 1211 Booster 131, 141: Chemistry
Laboratory Assistant 1417 Slide Rule Club 1311
Chess Club 121, 131: Class Secretary-Treasurer
1311 Intramural Basketball 121: Intramural Foot-
ball 121: Swimming 1417 Hockey 141: Chess 131,
1417 Honor Study Hall Member 131, 141.
Congressional Club 1411 Booster 121, 1411 Deans
Assistant 1317 S.F.A.A 121, 1317 Boys' Glee
Club 121, 1311 Scoreboard Engineer 1417 Student
Council, Vice-President 1417 Radio Club 131, 141,
President 1217 Orchestra 121, 1317 Chief Public
Address Engineer 131, 141: Swimming 1317
Wrestling 131: Honor Study Hall Member 121,
Sophomore Dramatic Club 1217 A Cappella 131:
Band 141: Boys' Glee Club 121: Ping Pong 1317
Tennis 1311 Honor Study Hall Member 121, 131,
Miriam Stage League 121, 131, 1417 Studio Art
Club 1211 Dean's Assistant 141: French Club
1317 Baseball 121: Honor Study Hall Member
121, 131, 141.
Band 131, 141: Scribblers' League 121, 141, Vice-
President 1311 Honor Study Hall Member 121,
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ANN LOUISE BROADBENT
Bravo Club 131, Vice-President 1417 Miriam
Stage League 1412 Booster 121, 1317 Travel Club
1217 A Cappella 131, 1417 Driving Club 1217
Honor Study Hall Member 121, 131.
FLORA MAE BURGER
Miriam Stage League 1417 Travel Club 121, 1317
Driving Club 1217 Honor Study Hall Member
Miriam Stage League 121, 131, 141: Booster 1417
Travel Club 131, 1411 A Cappella 121, 131: Girls'
Glee Club 121: Badminton Club, Secretary 1217
Boots and Saddle Club 121, 131, 1417 Hockey 1212
Volleyball Championship Team 131: Basket-
ball 1211 Honor Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
Annual Board Business Manager 1417 Photog-
raphy Club 131: Open Forum Club 1311 Booster
131, Captain 141: Shakerite 1217 Travel Club,
Vice-President 131, President 1417 Boys' Glee
Club 1417 Driving Club 1217 Class President 1317
Class Vice-President 141: Student Council Rep-
resentative 1217 Public Address Engineer 1417
Hockey 1317 Honor Study Hall Member 131, 141,
Esperanto Club 121, 1317 A Cappella 141.
Bravo Club 131: A Cappella 1417 Band 121, 131,
141: Girls' Glee Club 1415 Hockey 1217 Volley-
ball 1217 Baseball 1217 Basketball 1217 Honor
Study Hall Member 141.
Annual Board, Feature Editor 1417 Radio Script
Club 1311 Miriam Stage League 121, 131, 141:
Bowling Club 1417 Studio Art Club 1217 Dean's
Assistant 131, 1417 Library Page 1311 Badminton
Club 1317 Scribblers' League 121, Secretary 131,
President 141: Student Council Representative
1217 French Club 131: Inter-Club Council Repre-
sentative 1417 Hockey 121: Baseball 1211 Honor
Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
Booster 1217 Dean's Assistant 1417 Slide Rule
Club, Secretary 131: Band 121, 131, 141: PhYsics
Laboratory Assistant 131, 1411 Hockey 131, As-
sistant Manager 1217 Honor Study Hall Member
121, 131, 141.
'ACK K. ELWOOD
Dpen Forum Club C331 Esperanto Club C235
Science Club C235 Band C23, C335 Library Page
33, C435 Driving Club C235 Class President C235
335 Student Council Representative C23, C337
Track 35 Wrestling C335 Honor Study Hall
Vlember C23, C33,
Fravel Club C23, C33, C435 Honor Study Hall Mem'
991' C23, C33, C43.
Bravo Club C33, C43: Booster C33, C432 Travel Club
23. C33, C435 Girls' Glee Club C23, C335 Driving
Ilub C235 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Vliriam Stage League C23, C33, C435 Booster C235
Dean's Assistant C33, C435 Girls' Glee Club C23,
Secretary C335 Sharcs Club C33, C435 Class Social
Zhairman C435 Inter-Club Council Representa-
,ive C435 Honor Study Hall Adviser C23.
Airplane Club C235 Badminton Club C23, C332
Driving Club C235 Intramural Football Cham-
pionship Team C235 Intramural Basketball
Championship Team, Captain C235 Football C33,
1435 Basketball C23, C33, C435 Tennis C23, C33, C43.
Booster C235 Dean's Assistant C23, C33, C435 Girls'
Glee Club C235 Sharcs Club C435 Scribblers'
League, Secretary C435 Student Council Repre-
sentative C23, C435 Honor Study Hall Member
123, C33, C43.
Photography Club C23, C33, C435 Football C33.
Shaker Art Club C235 Booster C33, C435 Travel
Club C435 Rifle Club C435 Stage Crew C23, C335
Scoreboard Engineer C235 Intramural Football
'lhampionship Team C235 Football C33, C435
Track C235 Ping Pong C235 Tennis C23, C335 Hockey
23, C33, Captain C435 Honor Study Hall Mem-
Jer C23, Adviser C33, C43.
Bravo Club C33, C435 Miriam Stage League C33,
C435 Bowling Club C435 lunior-Senior Dramatic
Club C33, C435 Shakerite C23, C335 Travel Club C23,
C335 A Cappella C435 Band C33, C435 Girls' Glee
Club C235 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33,
Booster C335 Sophomore Dramatic Club C237
Shakerite C23, C335 Boots and Saddle Club C23,
C33, C435 Driving Club C331 Honor Study Hall
Member C23, C33, C43.
Miriam Stage League C23, C335 Dean's Assistant
C335 Shakerite C23, C335 Scribblers' League C23,
C33, C435 Basketball C235 Honor Study Hall Mem'
ber C23, C33, C43.
Badminton Club, President C335 Girls' Leaders
Club C23, C33, C435 Boots and Saddle Club C23,
C33, Secretary C435 Hockey C23, C33, Champion-
ship Team C435 Baseball C23, C33, C435 Basket-
ball C23, Championship Team C33, C435 Volley-
ball Championship Team C23, C33, C437 Honor
Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43,
IACK L. HOWE, lR.
Booster C335 Slide Rule Club, Vice-President
C335 Travel Club C335 Rifle Club C235 Swimming
C23, C33, C435 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33,
Shaker Art Club C335 Booster C435 Shakerite C23,
C335 Scribblers' League C33, C435 Honor Study
Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
EUNICE IOHNSTON Q x
Bowling Club C435 Booster C435 Travel Club C23,
C33, C435 Girls' Glee Club C235 Hockey C23, C33,
C435 Volleyball C23, C43, Championship Team C335
Basketball C23, C33, Varsity Team C435 Honor
Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43,
Miriam Stage League C435 Booster C23, C33, C435
Sophomore Dramatic Club C235 Dean's Assis-
tant C23, C33, C435 Travel Club C33, C435 Boots and
Saddle Club C235 Student Council Representa-
tive C435 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Science Club C23, C337 Booster C33, C431 Shakerite
C23, Assistant Advertising Manager C33, Busi-
ness Manager C437 Driving Club C233 Class Vice!
President C337 Track, Manager C337 Honor Study
Hall Member C23, C33, Adviser C43.
CHARLES I. KING
Science Club C23, C337 Booster C23, C33, Captain
C437 Shakerite C331 All-Sports Club C337 Football
C23, C337 Basketball C23, C33, C437 Track C337 Golt
C437 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C43, Adviser
PAUL THOMAS KORECKO
Transferred to Shaker C431 Honor Study Hall
Bravo Club, Vice-President C337 Miriam Stage
League C23, C33, C431 Dean's Assistant C33, C431
Travel Club C431 A Cappella C23, C33, C437 Girls'
Glee Club C231 Class Secretary C331 Student
Council Representative C237 Honor Study Hall
Member C23, C33, C43.
Miriam Stage League C437 Iurlior-Senior Dw-
matic Club C331 Sophomore Dramatic Club C231
Dean's Assistant C431 Shakerite C23, C33, C431
Travel Club C437 Boots and Saddle Club C23,
C337 Driving Club C237 Spring Play C43.
Bowling Club C337 Booster C331 lunior-Senior
Dramatic Club C337 Sophomore Dramatic Club
C232 Boys' Glee Club C232 Driving Club C23.
Bravo Club C33, C437 Miriam Stage League C33,
C437 Iunior-Senior Dramatic Club C337 Band C231
C33, C437 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Miriam Stage League C437 Girl Reserves C433
Travel Club C33, C437 Band C23, C331 C437 Badmin-
ton Club C331 Orchestra C23, C33, C437 Baseball
C231 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Booster C231 Travel Club C232 Boys' Glee Club
C331 Driving Club C237 Golf C33, C43.
RUTH IANE MCDONALD
Shaker Art Club C33, C43f Bravo Club C337 Band
C23, C33. C431 Orchestra C23, C331 Honor Study Hall
Member C23, C33, C43.
Band C23, C33I Boots and Saddle Club C437
Hockey C23, C331 Volleyball C33. Championship
Team C237 Basketball C33, Championship Team
C237 Baseball C23, C33.
Booster C23, C33, C437 Dean's Assistant C437
Shakerite C231 Travel Club C437 Boys' Glee
Club C431 Football C33, C431 Basketball C23, C331
C437 Track C231 Honor Study Hall Adviser C43.
Band, Secretary C23, C33, President C431 S.F.A.A.
C33, C437 Student Council Representative C231
Esperanto Club C23, C337 Science Club C33, C437
Booster C23I Dean's Assistant C33, C437 Physics
Laboratory Assistant C437 Travel Club C23, C337
Scribblers' League C33, C431 Honor Study Hall
Member C23, C33, C43.
Bravo Club C331 Miriam Stage League C33, C437
Dean's Assistant C33, C431 Travel Club C437 Girls'
Glee Club C237 Driving Club C237 Honor Study
Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Bowling Club C331 Congressional Club C437
Dean's Assistant C431 Boys' Glee Club, Presif
dent C43f Scoreboard Engineer C432 Driving
Club, Secretary C237 Class President C437 Stu-
dent Council Representative C23, Vice-President
C337 Football C237 Honor Study Hall Member C23,
Adviser C33, C43.
.nnual Board, Assistant Feature Editor C43:
hotography Club C23, C332 Bravo Club C33, C43:
3ean's Assistant C431 Chemistry Laboratory
rssistant C437 Travel Club C23, C331 Driving
:lub C23, C337 Scribblers' League C33, C437 Base-
all C331 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43,
iirplane Club C337 Bowling Club, Vice-Presi
ent C437 Booster C33, C437 Sophomore Dramatic
:lub C237 Shakerite C331 Badminton Club C23,
337 Driving Club C23, C331 Intramural Baseball
Z3, C337 Intramural Basketball C23, C43, Captain
337 Intramural Football C23, C33, C437 Pinq Fone
337 Tennis C23, C337 Inter-Club Council Repre-
entative C437 Honor Study Hall Member C23,
iophomore Dramatic Club C237 Travel Club C337
Ionor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
lhotography Club, President C237 Travel Club
437 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Bowling Club C33, C437 Booster C232 Badminton
:lub C237 Intramural Basketball Championship
'eam C331 Intramural Football C237 Tennis C23,
33, C437 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33.
ionor Study Hall Member C43.
'encing Club C23, C33, C437 Booster C331 Travel
:lub C237 Badminton Club C337 Cheer Leader
437 Hockey, All-Star Team C237 Volleyball C23,
Basketball C237 Baseball C231 Honor Study Hall
Ylember C23, C337 C43.
Bowling Club C331 Booster C23, C337 Riile Club
237 Driving Club C237 Football C23, C33, C431 Bas-
:etball C23, C337 Track C23, C33, C437 Golf C33, C43.
Badminton Club C23, C337 Girls' Leaders Club
C33, C437 Hockey C23, C33, Championship Team
C437 Volleyball C23, Championship Team C33,
C437 Basketball C33, Championship Team C437
Baseball C23, C437 Honor Study Hall Member C23,
Open Forum Club C23, Secretary-Treasurer C337
Badminton Club C23, C337 Boots and Saddle Club
C23, President C337 Hockey C23, C33f Volleyball
Championship Team C237 Basketball C23, C333
I ACK SCHWARTZ
Intramural Baseball C23, C33, C437 Intramural
Football C23, C33, C437 Intramural Basketball C23,
C43, Championship Team C337 Honor Study Hall
Member C23, C33, C43.
MARY IACQUELINE SHAW
Open Forum Club C231 Miriam Stage League
C33, C431 Dean's Assistant C33, C437 Shakerite C23,
C33, C437 Travel Club, Secretary C33, C431 Scrib-
blers' League C33, Cflli Class Secretary C23, C332
Student Council Representative C23, C33, C437
Hockey C237 Volleyball C231 Basketball C23,
Miriam Stage League C231 A Cappella C23, C337
Badminton Club C337 Boots and Saddle Club
C23, C33, C437 Hockey C237 Volleyball C23, Cham-
pionship Team C437 Basketball C333 Honor Study
Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Bowling Club C437 Booster C431 Travel Club C23,
C333 A Cappella C437 Girls' Glee Club C23, C332
Girl Reserves C437 Hockey C23, C33, C437 Volley-
ball C23, C33, C437 Basketball C23, C33, Champion-
ship Team, Captain C437 Honor Study Hall
Member C23, C33, C43.
Open Forum Club C237 Miriam Stage League
C437 Booster C437 Sophomore Dramatic Club C237
Travel Club C23, C337 Boots and Saddle Club
C237 Driving Club C237 Girl Reserves, Vice-
President C437 Honor Study Hall Member C23,
Transferred to Shaker C437 Bowling Club C437
Boots and Saddle Club C433 Honor Study Hall
Miriam Stage League C255 Booster C455 Travel
Club C25, C355 Honor Study Hall Member C25,
Open Forum Club C25, C357 Esperanto Club C455
Miriam Stage League C35, C455 Dean's Assis-
tant C455 Travel Club C455 Volleyball C255 Honor
Study Hall Member C25, C35, C45.
Transferred to Shaker C255 A Cappella C25, C35,
C455 Girls' Glee Club C455 Driving Club C255
Honor Study Hall Member C25, C35, C45.
RUTH WALLACE STRONG
Transferred to Shaker C255 Open Forum Club
C255 Miriam Stage League C455 Dean's Assis-
tant C35, C455 Travel Club C35, C455 Girls' Glee
Club C255 Honor Study Hall Member C25, C35.
l ULIAN TULLY
Science Club C255 Booster C255 A Cappella C255
Intramural Basketball Championship Team C355
Honor Study Hall Member C25,
l AN E VESELY
Travel Club C25, C35, C455 Hockey C25, C355 Volley-
ball C25, C35, C455 Basketball C25, C35, C455 Base-
ball C25, C35, C455 Honor Study Hall Member
C25, C35, C45.
Studio Art Club C255 Radio Script Club C355
Open Forum Club C25, C355 Miriam Stage
League C455 Booster C455 Iunior-Senior Dra-
matic Club C35, C455 Sophomore Dramatic Club
C255 Dean's Assistant C35, C455 Travel Club C452
Girls' Glee Club C355 S.F.A.A. C25, C35, C455
Sharcs Club C455 Scribblers' League C35, Vice-
President C455 Spring Play C355 Honor Study
Hall Member C25, C35,
Miriam Stage League C25, C35, C455 Booster C355
Iunior-Senior Dramatic Club C355 Dean's Assis-
tant C35, C455 Band C25, C355 Girls' Glee Club C35:
Student Council Representative C455 Hockey
C255 Basketball C255 Honor Study Hall Member
C25, C35, C45.
Booster C25, C355 Driving Club C255 Intramural
Basketball C355 Football C25, C355 Wrestling C25,
C35, C455 Honor Study Hall Member C45.
Open Forum Club C25, C355 Esperanto Club C455
Miriam Stage League C35, C455 Dean's Assistant
C455 Travel Club C455 Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber C25, C35, C45.
Transferred to Shaker C455 A Cappella C455
Girls' Glee Club C455 Honor Study Hall Mem-
l OHN ZIEGLER
Booster C25, C35, C455 Dean's Assistant C455 Band
C455 Physics Laboratory Assistant C455 Chem-
istry Laboratory Assistant C455 Intramural Bas-
ketball Championship Team, Captain C355
Football C25, C455 Basketball C25.
Open Forum Club C255 Miriam Stage League
C35, C455 Booster C355 Band C25, Secretary C355
Honor Study Hall Member C25, C35, C45,
iirl Reserves C477 FGl1CiHf-I Club C277 Travel
:lub C377 S.F.A.A. C477 Library Page C27, C37.
L77 Library Club C277 Honor Study Hall Mem-
er C37. C47.
JIARY I. ADAM
'ransierred to Shaker C377 Photography Club
C77 Booster C477 Rostrum Club C47.
tOBERT S. ADAMS
Cowling Club C377 Booster C27, C37, Secretary
177 Boys' Glee Club C27, C477 Driving Club C27:
tudent Council Representative C277 Inter-Club
Iouncil, Treasurer C477 Spring Play C477 Bas-
etball C27, C471 Track C277 Swimming C377 Foot-
-all C27, C37, C47.
'Iiriam Stage League C27, C37, C477 Booster C477
lirls' Glee Club C27, C377 Sharcs Club C27, C37.
encing Club C277 Booster C377 Iunior-Senior
lramatic Club C377 Dean's Assistant C477 Travel
:lub C37, C471 Honor Study Hall Member C27,
SERTHA ANNE ALLEN
ooster C27, C377 Girls' Glee Club C27, C477
tudent Council Representative C47, Noon
'ancing Committee Chairman C477 Honor Study
fall Member C27, C37, C47.
SHN L. ALLIN E
ibrary Page C27, C377 Library Club C27, C377
adio Club, Secretary C27, C37, President C471
fonor Study Hall Member C27, C37, C47.
ANET LOUISE ALTMAN
ticker Art Club C377 Miriam Stage League C477
:udio Art Club C277 Boots and Saddle Club C27,
7, C477 Honor Study Hall Member C27, C37, C47.
WILLIAM I. ANDERSON
Open Forum Club C277 Congressional Club,
Treasurer C277 Booster C27, C377 Travel Club C377
Football C277 Wrestling C27,
Travel Club C471 A Cappella C377 Boots and
Saddle Club C37, C477 Hockey C277 Volleyball C27,
C377 Basketball C277 Honor Study Hall Member
Student Announcer C471 Open Forum Club,
Secretary C477 Esperanto Club C271 Science Club
C272 Booster C277 Shakerite, Business Manager
C47f Travel Club C377 Boys' Glee Club C277
Scribblers' League C377 Intramural Champion-
ship Baseball Team C377 Intramural Champion-
ship Basketball Team C27, C37, C477 Honor Study
Hall Member C27, C37, C47.
Radio Script Club C377 Esperanto Club, Presi-
dent C277 Miriam Stage League C27, C37. Secre-
tary C471 Booster C37, C477 Shakerite C37, Literary
Editor C477 Travel Club C472 Scribblers' League
C27, C37, C471 Class Social Chairman C377 Volley-
ball C277 All-Star Hockey Team C377 Honor
Study Hall Member C27,
Transferred to Shaker C277 Bowling Club C477
A Cappella C37, C471 Girls' Glee Club C271 Girls'
Leaders Club C37, C477 Boots and Saddle Club
C27, C37, C477 Student Announcer C471 Hockey C37,
C477 Volleyball C27, C377 Basketball C27, C37. C477
Honor Study Hall Member C27, C37, C47.
ROBERT F. BALLUS
Open Forum Club C27, C37, C477 Esperanto Club
C271 Booster C27, C37, C477 Dean's Assistant C477
Shakerite C37, C477 Rostrum Club C377 Driving
Club C272 Inter-Club Council Representative
C477 Tennis C37.
Shaker Art Club C37. C477 Esperanto Club C471
Studio Art Club C277 Travel Club C37, C472 Girl
Reserves C37, C477 Volleyball C272 Basketball C271
Honor Study Hall Member C27, C47.
IRVING A. BARRON
Transferred to Shaker C377 Chemistry Labora-
tory Assistant C37, C477 Intramural Baseball C377
I-Ionor Study Hall Member C47.
Annual Board, Art Editor C437 Shaker Art Club,
President C33, Secretary C437 Booster C437 Travel
Club C437 Library Club C233 Honor Study Hall
Member C23, C43.
Transferred to Shaker C43.
Bravo Club, Vice-President C432 Miriam Stage
League C432 Sophomore Dramatic Club C233
Travel Club C23, C437 A Cappella C337 Volley-
VIRGINIA FRANCES BELL
Miriam Stage League C23, C33, C437 DGC1Y1'S AS-
sistant C337 Honor Study Hall Member C23,
Miriam Stage League C33, C437 Booster C437 Stu-
dio Art Club, Vice-President C237 Travel Club
C33, C437 A Cappella C33, C437 Student Council
Representative C43, Assembly Committee
RICHARD ALAN BLOOMFIELD
Open Forum Club C231 Science Club C237 Fenc-
ing Club C237 Bowling Club C33, C437 Intramural
Football C23, C43, Championship Team C437 ln-
tramural Baseball C43, Championship Team C337
Track C337 Swimming C231 Wrestling C337 Honor
Study Hall Member C43.
Science Club C237 Fencing Club C231 A Cappella
C33, C431 Boys' Glee Club C437 Radio Club C237
Esperanto Club C337 Bravo Club C337 Girl Re-
serves C33, C437 Travel Club C431 A Cappella
C33, C437 Girls' Glee Club C237 Hockey C335
Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
I AMES BOWKER
A Cappella C33, C437 Boys' Glee Club C237 Bad-
minton Club C23, C33, C437 Driving Club C237 Foot-
ball C23 C337 Wrestling C23, C33, C437 Honor Study
Hall Member C23.
ROBERT H. BRANDGARD
Bowling Club C437 Booster C23, C337 Football C23,
C337 Track C231 Honor Study Hall Member C23,
Radio Script Club C237 Dean's Assistant C431 A
Cappella C433 S.F.A.A. C23, C33, C431 Honor Study
Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Transferred to Shaker C43.
PHYLLIS IOAN BRUCE
Student Announcer C437 lunior-Senior Dramatic
Club C337 Travel Club C432 Rostrum Club C437
Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, Adviser
Booster C432 Travel Club C33, C431 Boys' Glee
Club C43f Driving Club C233 Football C337 Track
C33, C431 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33.
Photography Club C437 Esperanto Club C437
Travel Club C23, C337 Driving Club C237 Archery
C231 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
PHOEBE BROOKE BURROWS
Miriam Stage League C437 Studio Art Club C237
Dean's Assistant C437 Shakerite C437 Travel Club
C33, C437 Driving Club C237 Scribblers' League
C437 Honor Study Hall Member C43.
tadio Script Club 133: Miriam Stage League
23, 133, 1437 Booster 133, 1437 Studio Art Club,
lice-President 123: Shakerite 133, Assistant Lit-
erary Editor 1437 Travel Club 1337 Scribblers'
.eague 133, President 1437 Volleyball 133, Cham-
:ionship Team 1237 Honor Study Hall Member
23. 133, 143.'
'ransferred to' Shaker 123: Bowling Club 143:
icoster 1337 Driving Club 1237 Baseball 1437
ionor Study Hall Member 143. '
'liriam Stage League 1237 Bowling Club 143:
'ravel Club 1437 Driving Club 1231 Honor Study
Iall Member 123 133, 143.
Iiriam Stage League 1237 Bowling Club 1437
ooster 1437 Travel Club 1231 Driving Club 1231
liriam Stage League 133, 1432 Booster 1437
ravel Club 133, 143: Girl Reserves 133, 1437 Hon-
r Study Hall Member 23 133, 143.
tansierred to Shaker 1337 A Cappella 1437
onor Study Hall Member 133, 143.
AN E ELLEN CARTER
iriam Stage League 123, 133, 1437 Booster 123,
3, 143: Travel Club 1437 Sharcs Club 133, 1437
ockey 1437 Honor Study Hall Member 123,
ockey, All-Star Team 123, 133, Honorary Var-
ty Team 1437 Volleyball 133, Championship
aam 1437 Basketball 123, 143, All-Star Team 1337
gseball 123, 133, 1437 Honor Study Hall Member
ELIZABETH M. CHVOSTA
Transferred to Shaker 1437 Miriam Stage
League 1431 Travel Club 1437 Girl Reserves 1437
Honor Study Hall Member 143.
Miriam Stage League 1431 Booster 1337 Sopho-
more Dramatic Club 1237 Travel Club 1437 Girl
Reserves 1437 Honor Study Hall Member 123,
Shaker Art Club 1437 Iunior-Senior Dramatic
Club 1337 Sophomore Dramatic Club 1237 Travel
Club 143: A Cappe-ia 1437 Boots and Saddle
Club 1337 Honor Stu Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
l AMES COLLISTER
Science Club 123, 133, Vice-President 143, Presi-
dent 1437 Congressional Club 1437 Student Coun-
cil Representative 143: Library Committee
Chairman 1437 Public'Address Engineer 133,
1437 Honor Study Hall Member 123, 143.
Travel Club 1237 A Cappella 123, 133, President
1431 Girls' Glee Club 123.
Miriam Stage League 133, 1437 Booster 1437
Shakerite 1437 Travel Club 133, 143: A Cappella
1437 Driving Club 123g Scribblers' League 1431
Class Secretary 1337 Honor Study Hall Mem-
Photography Club 123, 133, 1437 Slide Rule Club
1437 Driving Club 123: Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber 123, 133, 143.
CLAIRE DAIN TON
Esperanto Club 1237 Bravo Club 1437 Studio Art
Club, President 1237 A Cappella 1437 Scribblers'
League 143: Honor Study Hall Member 123.
Driving Club C235 Radio Club C335 Wrestliiig
Miriam Stage League C23, C33, C435 Booster C33,
C435 Travel Club C23, C33, C435 Volleyball C335
Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, Adviser C43.
IOHN de HAMEL
Airplane Club C235 Shaker Art Club C435 Booster
C335 Studio Art Club C235 A Cappella C33, C435
Library Page C435 Rifle Club C235 Scribblers'
League C435 French Club C235 Intramural Base'
ball C335 Track C335 Tennis C33, C435 Honor Study
Hall Member C23, C33, Adviser C43.
Science Club C23, C335 Bowling Club C435 Booster
C23, C335 Travel Club C23, C335 All-Sports Club
C23, C335 Intramural Basketball C23, Captain C33,
C435 Intramural Football C23, C33, C435 Baseball
C23, C335 Track C43.
Miriam Stage League C435 Booster C335 Dean's
Assistant C435 Travel Club C33, C435 Hockey C235
Volleyball C235 Honor Study Hall Member C23,
TOM W. DEURING
Booster C435 A Cappella, Vice President C435
Band C33, Treasurer C235 Boys' Glee Club, Vice
President C435 Class Vice President C435 Student
Council Representative C335 Track C23, C33, Cap-
tain C435 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33,
Booster C23, C33, C435 lunior-Senior Dramatic
Club C235 Dean's Assistant C235 Shakerite C235
C435 Travel Club C235 A Cappella C23, C33, C435
Girls' Glee Club C235 Hockey C23, C335 Vol-
leyball C33, Championship Team C235 Basket-
ball C23, C335 Baseball C23, C335 Honor Study Hall
Member C33, C43.
CHARLOTTE LOUISE DICK
Hockey C235 Basketball C235 Honor Study Hall
Member C33, C43.
Science Club C435 Booster C235 Travel Club C23,
C33, C435 S.F.A.A. C33, President C435 Library Page
C335 Rifle Club C23, C335 Driving Club C237 Swim-
ming C335 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
RALPH E. DITTOE
Esperanto Club C335 Booster C33, C435 Travel Club
C335 Wrestling C435 Honor Study Hall Member
C23, C33, C43.
Esperanto Club C435 Science Club C235 Booster
C235 Chemistry Laboratory Assistant C435 Shaker-
ite C33, Assistant Advertising Manager C435
Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Girls' Glee Club C235 Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber C23, C33, C43.
MAB N. DuHAMEL
Transferred to Shaker C335 Shaker Art Club
C435 Bravo Club C435 Booster C335 Travel Club
C335 Boots and Saddle Club C43.
Transferred to Shaker C43.
Esperanto Club C23, C335 Travel Club C23, C33, C437
Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Driving Club C235 Intramural Baseball Cham-
pionship Team C335 Intramural Basketball
Championship Team C435 Honor Study Hall
Member C23, C33, C43.
Bowling Club 1315 Congressional Club 131, 1415
Booster 1315 Sophomore Dramatic Club, Presi-
dent 1215 Travel Club 131: A Cappella 131, 1415
Driving Club 1215 Class President 131: Student
Council Representative 121, President 141: All-
Star Baseball Championship Team 1215 Intra-
mural Baseball Championship Team 1315 Intra-
mural Basketball Championship Team 141:
Track 1415 Tennis 1215 Honor Study Hall Ad-
BILLIE ELAINE FEDDERY
Esperanto Club 1215 Bravo Club 1415 Miriam
Stage League 1415 Booster 1315 Travel Club 1215
Volleyball 1315 Honor Study Hall Member 121,
Band 121, 131, 1415 Rostrum Club 131, President
f415 Orchestra 1315 Honor Study Hall Member
'21, 131, 141.
Zooster 121, 131, 1415 Intramural Baseball Charn-
:ionship Team 121, 1315 Football 121, 131, 141: Bas-
:etball 121, 131, 1415 Track 121, 131, 1415 Ping Pong
215 Honor Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
Bowling Club 141: Scoreboard Engineer 141:
ntramural Baseball Championship Team 1215
ionor Study Hall Member 121, 141,
Iongressional Club 131, 1415 Booster 131, 141:
lhakerite 1415 Scoreboard Engineer 121, 31.
Thief Engineer 1415 Student Council Represen-
:ttive 121: Intramural Baseball Championship
'eam, Captain 1215 All-Star Football Team 131:
Ionor Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141, Adviser
cience Club 1315 Booster 1415 Shakerite 121, 131,
.dvertising Manager 141: Biology Club 121.
haker Art Club 1415 Bravo Club 1315 Bowling
lub 1415 Band 121, 131, 1415 Rostrum Club 141:
olleyball 121, 131, 141: Basketball 121, 131, 141:
Zxseball 121, 131, 1415 Honor Study Hall Mem-
er 121, 131, 141.
Miriam Stage League 121, 131, President 1415
Booster 131, 1415 lunior-Senior Dramatic Club
131: Sophomore Dramatic Club 1215 Dean's As-
sistant 1215 Shakerite 1415 Travel Club, Vice-
President 1415 Cheer Leader 1415 Class Social
Chairman 1415 Student Council Representative
1215 Volleyball 121: Basketball 1215 Inter-Club
Council Representative 141, Assistant Treas-
urer 1415 Honor Study Hall Member 131, 141.
CATHERINE HELEN FRANCIS
Transferred to Shaker 141.
A Cappella 131, 1415 Hockey 1315 Volleyball 1215
Spring Play 141.
DON C. FREEMAN
Open Forum Club 121: Booster 1315 Boys' Glee
Club 1415 Class Vice-President 131: Track 131,
1415 Inter-Club Council Representative 141:
Honor Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141, Adviser
Open Forum Club 1415 Football 1215 Golf 121,
141, Captain 1315 Inter-Club Council Representa-
tive 141, Finance Committee Chairman 1415
Honor Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
Student Announcer 1415 Photography Club,
Treasurer 131: Congressional Club 141: A Cap-
pella 131, 141: Boys' Glee Club 1215 Library Page
121, 1315 Library Club 1215 Scribblers' League
1415 Student Council Representative 1315 Student
Fund Treasurer 141.
ANNA MARTHA GEMMELL
Photography Club 141: Bowling Club 1415 Boost-
er 141: lunior-Senior Dramatic Club 131: Dean's
Assistant 1415 Shakerite 1315 Boots and Saddle
Club 121, 131, 1415 Hockey 1315 Honor Study Hall
Member 121, 131, 141.
Miriam Stage League 121, 131, 141: Booster 131,
1415 Dean's Assistant 131, 1415 Travel Club 121,
131, 1415 Girls' Glee Club 121: Hockey 1215 Honor
Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
Miriam Stage League 123, 133, 143: Sophomore
Dramatic Club 1237 Honor Study Hall Member
123, 133, 143.
Shaker Art Club 133, 1431 Miriam Stage League
1231 Travel Club 1237 Baseball 123, 133, 1431 Hon-
or Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
Fencing Club 123, 133, 1437 Booster 133, 1435 Intra-
mural Basketball 123, 1337 Intramural Football
Championship Team 1437 Football 123, 133, 1437
Basketball 133, 1437 Track 133, 1437 Fencing 123,
133, 1437 Honor Study Hall Member 123, 133.
Bravo Club, Treasurer 1437 Sophomore Dra-
matic Club 1237 Travel Club 123, 1437 Boots and
Saddle Club 1237 Scribblers' League 123, 133,
1437 Volleyball 133.
Bowling Club 1437 Travel Club 133, 1432 Boots
and Saddle Club 1237 Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber 123, 133, 143.
Transferred to Shaker 133: Bowling Club 133,
143: Booster 1337 Football 1337 Golf 133, 143.
Iunior-Senior Dramatic Club 1337 Sophomore
Dramatic Club 1237 Dean's Assistant 123, 133,
1431 Travel Club 123, 1332 Honor Study Hall
Member 123, 133, 143,
Booster 133, 1437 Intramural Baseball 1337 Foot-
ball Manager 123, 1337 Head Manager 1437 Bas-
ketball Manager 123, Head Manager 133, 1437
Swimming 1337 Honor Study Hall Member 123,
Transferred to Shaker 1337 Miriam Stage League
1437 Dean's Assistant 1431 Travel Club 1437
Honor Study Hall Member 143,
Booster 1337 Driving Club 1237 Intramural Foot-
ball 1337 Intramural Baseball 1237 Football 123,
1337 Track 123, 133, 1437 Hockey 123, 1331 Radio
Club 123, 1337 All-Sports Club 133.
Transferred to Shaker 1331 Spring Play 1431
Honor Study Hall Member 143.
Transferred to Shaker 1337 Miriam Stage
League 133, 143f Dean's Assistant 1437 Travel
Club 1437 Hockey All-Star Team 1437 Honor
Study Hall Member 133, 143.
Transferred to Shaker 1237 Travel Club 123, 133:
Honor Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
Miriam Stage League 1437 lunior-Senior Dra-
matic Club 1331 Dean's Assistant 1437 Travel
Club 133, 1437 Boots and Saddle Club 123, 133,
143: Girl Reserves 133, 1435 Honor Study Hall
Member 123, 133, 143.
Transferred to Shaker 1331 Travel Club 1437
Intramural Football Championship Team 1337
Football 1337 Basketball 1331 Track 1437 Swim-
ming 1437 Honor Study Hall Member 133, 143.
DORIS MAE HEIDLER '
Annual Board, Class Editor.C437 Esperanto
Club C337 Fencing Club C233 Iunior-Senior Draf
matic Club C331 Dean's Assistant C431 Travel
Club C33, C437 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C43.
Girls' Leaders Club C237 C337 C431 Hockey C237
C437 Varsity Team C337 Volleyball C237 C337 Cham-
pionship Team C43: Baseball C23, C33, C437 Bas-
ketball C23, C337 C437 Honor Study Hall Member
C237 C337 C43.
renin is 1 l
WILLARD I. HERTZ ' 7 fl
open Forum Club cam, Bmvo Club C331 shaker- 7, 3 I I
ite C337 Associate Editor C437 Honor Study Hall F L
Member C237 C337 C43, 7
Miriam Stage League C437 Girl Reserves C437
Honor Study Hall Member C23, C337 C43.
BETTY IANE HODGE
Miriam Stage League C437 Dean's Assistant
C23, C337 C437 Travel Club C431 Driving Club C237
Honor Study Hall Member C237 C337 C43.
Bowling Club C433 Booster C337 Travel Club ' ,
C337 Boots and Saddle Club C237 C337 Hockey C23, ,
All-Star Team C337 Captain C437 Varsity Team I ' 7
C431 Volleyball C231 Captain C337 C437 Basketball 7 ,.,'
C337 C437 All-Star Team, Captain C337 Varsity
Team, Captain C331 Honor Study Hall Member gy
C23, C337 C43.
Photography Club C437 Fencing Club C23, C337
C431 Booster C337 Captain C437 Shakerite C433 Slide
Rule Club C437 Boys' Glee Club C43f Intramu-
ral Football Championship Team, Captain C337
C437 Intramural Basketball, Captain C337 C437
Fencing Team C337 C432 Track C337 C43.
VIRGINIA HOWES 4 3
Shaker Art Club, President C237 Miriam Stage I A 7
League C237 C337 C437 Booster C23, C331 Sophomore ' 5 Y 3
Dramatic Club C237 Dean's Assistant C237 Class 3 ' 1'
Treasurer C337 Class Secretary C431 Student
Council Representative C237 C337 C433 Honor Study
Hall Member C237 C337 C437 Adviser C33.
Airplane Club C231 BOYS' Glee Club C43-
Booster C237 Intramural Baseball C237 Football
C23, C337 Track C231 Wrestling C23.
Miriam Stage League C437 Travel Club C33.
C437 Badminton Club C331 Driving Club C23: Girl
Reserves C337 C431 Honor Study Hall Member
C23, C337 C43.
Open Forum Club C437 Booster C437 Cheer
Leader C337 C437 Intramural Football C237 Intra-
mural Basketball C337 C431 Honor Studi! HGH
Member C23, C43.
Booster C237 C33, C437 Shakerite C437 Intramural
Baseball Championship Team, Captain C232
Football C237 C337 C43: Basketball C237 C337 C431
Track C23 C333 Honor Study Hall Member C43.
Intramural Football Championship Team C337
C437 Wrestling C237 C333 Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber C337 C43.
Transferred to Shaker C331 Miriam Stage
League C431 Shakerite C431 Travel Club C433
Girls' Glee Club C437 Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber C33, C43.
Open Forum Club C23, C331 Fencinq Club C23,
President C337 C431 Band C23, C331 Rostrum Club
C331 Intramural Football Championship Team
C337 C433 Fencing Team C237 Captain C337 C437
Miriam Stage League 135, 1455 Travel Club 135.
1455 A Cappella 135, 1455 Girls' Glee Club 1455
Boots and Saddle Club 135.
Shaker Art Club 135, 145: ESPQTCIUTO Club 125:
Bravo Club, Secretary 1455 Dean's Assistant
1455 Volleyball 1355 Honor Study Hall Member
125, Adviser 145.
Stage Crew 145.
Booster, Captain 1455 Band 1255 Biology Club,
Secretary 1255 Rifle Club, President 135, 145: In-
tramural Championship Football Team 145:
Rifle Team, Captain 135, 145: HOTIOY Studi' HGH
Member 125, 135, 145-
Sophomore Dramatic Club 1255 Dean's Assis-
tant 1455 Travel Club 145: Girls' Leaders Club
125, 1355 Boots and Saddle Club 1455 Hockey
135, Varsity Team 1255 Volleyball 125, 135, Cham-
pionship Team 45 Basketball 135, 1455 Baseball
125, 135, 1455 Honor Study Hall Member 125, 135,
HAROLD G. KARKLIN
Bowling Club 135, Secretary 145: Inter-Club
Council Representative 1455 All'Sports Club 1255
Badminton Club 1355 Intramural Basketball
Championship Team 125, 1455 Intramural Base-
ball Championship Team 135: Ping Pong 125,
135, 1455 Tennis 125, 135, 1455 Honor Study Hall
Member 125, 135, 145.
Transferred to Shaker 135: Rifle Club 1455 In-
tramural Football Championship Team 135, 145.
Annual Board, Business Manager 1455 Student
Announcer 135, 145: Science Club 125, 135:
Booster 125, 1355 Slide Rule Club 1357 Library
Page 1455 Rostrum Club 1355 Driving Club 125:
Student Council Representative 135: Football
1255 Honor Study Hall Member 125, 135, 145.
Transferred to Shaker 1455 Science Club 1455
Booster 1455 Dean's Assistant 1455 Honor Study
Hall Member 145.
Photography Club 1355 Science Club 1455 Travel
Club 135, 145: Band 125, 135, 145: Honor Study
Hall Member 125, 135, 145.
Transferred to Shaker 1355 Science Club 1455
Intramural Football 1355 Intramural Basketball
1455 Football 1455 Honor Study Hall Member 145.
Science Club 125, Secretary 135, 1455 Vice-Presi-
dent 1455 Biology Club, Secretary 1255 Radio
Club, Secretary 125, 135, Vice-President 1455
Public Address Engineer 1355 Honor Study Hall
Member 135, 145.
Fencing Club 1255 Travel Club 135, 1455 Library
Page 1455 Driving Club 1255 Football 135, 145:
Track 125, 135: Honor Study Hall Member 125,
ROBERT KLAUSN ER
Photography Club 1355 Booster 1455 Biology
Club 1255 Intramural Football Championship
Team 1455 Honor Study Hall Member 125, 135,
Miriam Stage League 1255 Travel Club 1255
Badminton Club 1355 Boots and Saddle Club
125, 1355 All Sports Club 125: Hockey 1455 Volley-
ball 135, 1455 Baseball 1455 Honor Study Hall
Member 125, 135, 145.
Miriam Stage League 1255 Dean's Assistant
1455 Travel Club 1255 A Cappella 135, 1455 Honor
Study Hall Member 125, 135, 145.
Miriam Stage League 1437 Travel Club 123, 1337
Boots and Saddle Club 133, 143: Girl Reserves
133, 1437 Honor Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
IEANNE L. KRAUSE
Miriam Stage League 133, 143: Shakerite 1237
Girls' Leaders Club 1437 Sharcs Club 1437
Scribblers' League 1437 Volleyball 143, Cham'
pionship Team 133: Basketball 133, 143: Honor
Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
Miriam Stage League 133, 143: PhOtOqfCIPl'1Y
Club 1237 Travel Club 1437 Driving Club 1237
Honor Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
DORIS L. KROHNGOLD
Open Forum Club 1231 Shaker Art Club 143:
Travel Club 1437 Honor Study Hall Member
Open Forum Club 1237 Miriam Stage League
1437 Dean's Assistant 143: Travel Club 1437
Inter-Club Council Representative 143.
ANN BOYD LeLIEVRE
Esperanto Club 1237 Miriam Stage League 1437
Shakerite 1437 Travel Club 123, 1431 Band 133,
1431 Boots and Saddle Club 1237 Girl Reserves
1437 Inter-Club Council Representative 143:
Honor Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
Bowling Club 1431 Booster, Captain 1337 Travel
Club 123: Intramural Football Championship
Team 133, 1437 Intramural Basketball 123, 133,
143: Intramural Baseball 123, 133, 1437 Basketball
123, 1337 Ping Pong 123, 133: Tennis 123, 133.
Annual Board, Club Editor 1437 Esperanto Club
1337 Central Committee 1437 Travel Club 133, 1437
Hockey 1337 Volleyball 1337 Basketball 1337
Honor Study Hall Member 123, 143.
HELEN PHYLLIS LONARDO
Dean's Assistant 143: A Cappella 1437 Honor
Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
Bowling Club 1437 Booster 123, 133, 1431 Travel
Club 1237 Student Council Representative 1337
Intramural Baseball 123, 133, 1437 Intramural
Basketball 1437 Football 123, 133, 1437 Basketball
123, 1335 Honor Study Hall Adviser 143.
MARTIN A. LOSCHIAVO
Scoreboard Engineer 1437 Football 123, 133, 1437
Track 123, 1337 Wrestling 123, 1337 Honor Study
Hall Member 143.
Photography Club 1237 Science Club 1337 Travel
Club 1431 Stage Crew 133, 1431 Driving Club
1237 Intramural Football 1437 Honor Study Hall
Member 123, 133, 143.
Iunior4Senior Dramatic Club 1337 Sophomore
Dramatic Club 1237 Shakerite 1237 Travel Club
123, 1337 Honor Study Hall Member 143.
Booster 133, 1437 Band 1237 Inter-Club Council
Representative 1437 Honor Study Hall Member
KENNETH SCHUYLER LYNN
Congressional Club 133, Secretary 1437 Sopho-
more Dramatic Club 1237 Shakerite, Copy Edi-
tor 133, Editor-in'ChieI 1437 Boys' Glee Club 1237
Scoreboard Engineer 133, 1437 Scribblers' League
123, 133, 1431 Inter-Club Council, General Chair-
man 1437 Intramural Basketball 123, 1437 Intra-
mural Baseball All-Star Team 1337 Tennis 143.
Booster 1437 Archery Club 1237 Honor Study
Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
Photography Club C31, C417 Miriam Stage
League C412 Girls' Glee Club C317 Sharcs Club
C417 Honor Study Hall Member C31, C41.
WILLIAM BARRISS MARTIN Il
Airplane Club C211 Science Club C217 Photog-
raphy Club C417 Studio Art Club C217 Driving
Club C217 Intramural Baseball C21, C31, C417 In-
tramural Football Championship Team C417
Track C21, C31, C417 Honor Study Hall Member
C21, C31, C41.
ALICE MARIE MASTNY
Booster C217 Sophomore Dramatic Club C211 lun-
ior-Senior Dramatic Club C317 Spring Play C31,
C417 Travel Club C21, C417 A Cappella C31, C412
Girls' Glee Club C217 Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber C21, C31, C41.
BERNICE L. MENK
Open Forum Club C217 Miriam Stage League
C317 Bowling Club C417 Travel Club C311 A Cap-
pella C41: Band C21, C31, C417 S.F.A.A. C21, C31,
Secretary C417 Girls' Glee Club C417 Rostrum
Club C417 Orchestra C217 Volleyball Champion-
ship Team C417 Baseball Championship Team
C317 Honor Study Hall Member C21, C41.
CHARLES R. MILLER
Transferred to Shaker C317 Annual Board, Club
Editor C417 Open Forum Club C311 Science Club
C31, C411 Booster C317 Shakerite C417 Travel Club
C417 Rostrum Club C31, C417 Intramural Football
Championship Team C417 Honor Study Hall
Member C31, C41.
IOSEPH B. MILLER
All-Sports Club C211 Intramural Football C311
Intramural Baseball C317 Football C21, C417 Ping
Pong C21, C317 Honor Study Hall Member C21, C31,
LUCILLE VIRGINIA MILLER
Miriam Stage League C31, C417 Bowling Club
C411 Booster C417 Travel Club C21, C31, C417 Band
C21, C317 Badminton Club C217 Boots and Saddle
Club C217 Student Council Representative C21,
Assembly Committee Chairman C217 Girl Re-
serves C417 Orchestra C21, C317 Volleyball C217
Basketball C217 Honor Study Hall Member C21.
MURIEL IEAN MIXER
Miriam Stage League C21, C31, C417 Booster C317
Travel Club C21, C417 A Cappella C21, C31, C417
Honor Study Hall Member C21, C31, C41.
Booster C21, Captain C411 Driving Club C217 In-
tramural Football Championship Team C41,
Captain C317 Intramural Basketball, Captain
C31, C417 Basketball C417 Track C217 Honor Study
Hall Member C21, C31, C41.
Miriam Stage League C31, C417 Booster C21, C312
Travel Club C217 Library Page C417 Girl Re-
serves C31, C417 Honor Study Hall Member C21,
BETTY IANE MORTUS
Bowling Club, President C417 Sophomore Dra-
matic Club C217 Hockey C21, C31, Championship
Team C417 Volleyball C21, C31, C411 Basketball C21,
C31, All-Star Team C417 Baseball C21, C41, Cham-
pionship Team C317 Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber C21, C31, C41.
LOIS MAY MUELLER
Miriam Stage League C417 Dean's Assistant C417
Travel Club C21, C31, C417 Honor Study Hall
Booster C21, C31, Captain C417 Travel Club C31,
C417 Boys' Glee Club C21, C411 Driving Club C217
Football C31, C417 Track C21, C31, C411 Swimming
C31, C417 Honor Study Hall Member C21, C31, Ad-
Booster C417 Travel Club C31, C417 Driving Club
C212 Student Council Representative C417 Intra-
mural Baseball C21, C317 Intramural Basketball
C411 Wrestling C217 Tennis C21, C31, C417 Honor
Study Hall Member C21, C31, C41.
Congressional Club C417 Booster C21, Captain
C31, C417 Central Committee C31, C417 Class Treas-
urer C417 Inter-Club Council Representative C417
Football C21, C31, C417 Basketball C217 Honor
Study Hall Member C21, C31, C41.
Photography Club C212 Miriam Stage League
C31, C412 Booster C311 Travel Club C21, C31, C417
Driving Club C211 Student Council Representa-
tive C41, Social Chairman C417 Inter-Club Coun-
cil, Social Chairman C417 Hockey C41: Volley-
ball C217 Basketball C211 Baseball C217 Honor
Study Hall Member C21, C31, Adviser C41.
Bravo Club 143: Iunior-Senior Dramatic Club
133: Sophomore Dramatic Club 123: Shakerite
133: Boots and Saddle Club 133: Scribblers'
League 123, 133, 143: Honor Study Hall Member
123, 133, 143.
ROBERT CHARLES N OSS
Booster 123, 133: Intramural Basketball 123, 133.
143: Intramural Baseball 123. 133, 143: Football
123, 133, 143: Track 123, 133, 143: Wrestling 123.
Annual Board, Assistant Class Editor 143:
Booster 133: Travel Club 133, 143: BOOTS Grid
Saddle Club 133, 143: Library Club 123: Hockey
23: Volleyball 123: Honor Study Hall Member
23, 133, 143.
'ransferred to Shaker 133: Booster 133, Cap-
ain 143: Boys' Glee Club 133, Secretary-Treas
irer 143: Football 143: Track 133, 143: Swimming
ALFRED MICHAEL PALMISON
'ransferred to Shaker 133: Stage Crew 143.
'hotography Club, Secretary-Treasurer 123:
rooster 123, 133, Captain 143: Class Treasurer
23, 143: Swimming 133, 143: Honor Study Hall
'lember 123, 133, 143.
tOBERT F. PARYZEK
ooster 123: Band 123, 133, 143: Driving Club 123:
itramural Football 123, 133, 143: Football 123:
rack 143: Swimming 133, 143: Honor Study Hall
Iember 123, 133, 143.
encing Club 123: Miriam Stage League 123:
owling Club 143: Booster 133: Sophomore
ramatic Club 123: Dean's Assistant 143: Travel
lub 133: Driving Club 123: Hockey 123, 133,
hampionship Team 143: Volleyball 123, 133.
3: Basketball 123, 133, 143: Baseball 123, 133, 143:
onor Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
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Iunior-Senior Dramatic Club 133: Sophomore
Dramatic Club 2: Inter-Club Council Repre-
sentative 143: A Cappella 123, 143: Football 123,
143: Basketball 123: Honor Study Hall Member
123, 133, 143.
CLYDE A. PATTERSON, IR.
Shaker Art Club 133: Slide Rule Club, Presi-
dent 143: Band 123, 133, 143: S.F.A.A. 133, Vice-
President 143: Orchestra 123.
Fencing Club 123, 133: Rifle Club 123, 133, Vice-
Band 123: Hockey' 133: Swimming 143.
Transferred to Shaker 133: Shaker Art Club
143: Badminton Club 143: A Cappella 133.
RONALD I. PERRIN
Fencing Club 123: Archery Club 123: Hockey
123, Manager 133: Honor Study Hall Member
123, 133, 143.
Booster 133: Stage Crew, Manager 143: Honor
Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143,
Esperanto Club 123: Bravo Club 133, 143: Fenc-
ing Club 123: Studio Art Club 123: Volleyball
123, 133: Honor Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
FLORENCE IEANNE POHORLAK
Miriam Stage League C217 A Cappella C217 C311
Library Page C417 Driving Club C211 Honor
Study Hall Member C217 C317 C41.
RUTH MARIE POLLARD
Bravo Club C317 President C411 lunior-Senior
Dramatic Club C317 A Cappella C217 Secretary
C317 C417 Library Page C217 S.F.A.A. C417 Library
Club C311 Honor Study Hall Member C21.
Science Club C317 C411 Booster C317 Captain C417
Chemistry Laboratory Assistant C41f Travel
Club C317 C411 Band C212 Boys' Glee Club C417
Student Council Representative C217 Civics Com-
mittee Chairman C217 Intramural Baseball C312
Swimming C217 C317 Captain C41.
Iunior-Senior Dramatic Club C315 Sophomore
Dramatic Club C217 Driving Club C211 Honor
Study Hall Member C217 C317 C41.
Photography Club C217 C317 Science Club C217
C417 Travel Club C317 C417 Honor Study Hall
Member C217 C317 C41.
Booster C317 Studio Art Club C217 Sophomore
Dramatic Club C211 Travel Club C411 Track C317
Miriam Stage League C317 C417 Booster C317
Dean's Assistant C417 Boots and Saddle Club
C411 Travel Club C317 C417 Driving Club C217
Girl Reserves C411 Honor Study Hall Member
C217 C317 C41.
Translerred to Shaker C317 Open Forum Club
C317 Badminton Club C317 Honor Study Hall
Member C317 C41.
I ANE RAMSDELL
Miriam Stage League C317 C411 Travel Club C217
C317 C417 Driving Club C217 Honor Study Hall
Member C217 C317 C41.
Rifle Club C217 C317 C41f Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber C217 C317 C41.
Booster C217 Driving Club C211 Intramural Foot-
ball7 Captain C217 C317 C411 Honor Study Hall
Member C217 C317 C41.
Miriam Stage League C217 Shakerite C317 Travel
Club C417 Hockey C317 Championship Team C417
Volleyball C217 C317 Championship Team C417
Basketball C217 C317 C417 Honor Study Hall Mem-
I AMES REESE
Shaker Art Club C217 C317 Shakerite C417 Intra-
mural Baseball7 Captain C317 Intramural Bas-
ketball C217 C417 Track C317 C417 Honor Study Hall
Member C217 C317 C41.
I ULIANA REESE
Transferred to Shaker C217 Annual Board, Edi-
tor-in-Chief C411 Fencing Club C217 Dean's AS-
sistant C217 C317 Central Committee C317 Chairman
C412 Travel Club C317 C417 Library Page C317
Scribblers' League C217 C317 C417 Hockey C311
Volleyball C211 Baseball C217 Basketball C212
Honor Study Hall Member C217 C317 C41.
Miriam Stage League C417 Driving Club C217
Honor Study Hall Member C21.
Miriam Stage League C217 C317 Travel Club C217
A Cappella C217 C317 C41: S.F.A.A. C217 C317 C417
Girls' Leaders Club C417 Sharcs Club C417
Hockey7 All-Star Team C217 C317 C417 Champion-
ship Team C417 Volleyball C217 Basketball C217
C317 Honor Study Hall Member C217 C317 C41.
liriam Stage League 121, 131, 141: Travel Club
11, 131, 1415 Honor Study Hall Member 131, 141.
ooster 1415 Dean's Assistant 1415 Driving Club
215 Honor Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
LLFRED N. RODWAY, IR.
ransferred to Shaker 1415 Honor Study Hall
ongressional Club 131, Vice-President 1415
ooster 1215 Dean's Assistant 131, 1415 Central
ommittee 1415 Driving Club 1215 Class Presi-
ent 1415 Student Council Representative 131,
-15 Intramural Basketball 1215 Honor Study
all Member 121, 131, 141.
tOBERT S. ROTI-I II
and 1215 Student Council Representative 121:
'rchestra 1215 Intramural Football 121, 131, 1415
itramural Basketball 121, 1315 Intramural Base-
all 121, 131, 1415 Track 1315 Wrestling 121, 131,
15 Honor Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
iter-Club Council Representative 1415 Science
lub 1215 Booster 121, 131, 1415 Intramural Basket-
:xll 131, 1415 Intramural Baseball 121, 131, 1415
ootball 121, 131, 1415 Basketball 1215 Track 121,
1, 1415 Wrestling 131, 1415 Honor Study Hall
Iember 121, Adviser 131, 141.
nnual Board, Camera Editor 1415 Photography
lub 121, 131, President 1415 Driving Club 1215
onor Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
Joster 1315 Travel Club 121, 131, 141: Rifle Club
15 Track 131, 1415 Hockey 1315 Honor Study Hall
ember 121, 131, 141.
Annual Board, Index Editor 1315 Science Club
121, Secretary-Treasurer 1315 Congressional Club
121, 131, President 1415 Booster 121, 131, 1415 Dean's
Assistant 121, 1315 Shakerite 1315 Scoreboard En-
gineer 131, 1415 Cheer Leader 121, 131, 141: Stu-
dent Council Representative 121, 131, 1415 Foot-
ball 1315 Track 1215 Wrestling 1315 Honor Study
Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
Open Forum Club 1415 Esperanto Club 121:
Booster 121, 131, 1415 Travel Club 131, 141: Driv-
ing Club 121.
ARTHUR L. SCHUENAMAN
Booster 1315 Travel Club 1315 Rifle Club 121, 1315
Honor Study Hall Member 121, '131.
I ACK SCI-IUYLER
Congressional Club, President 1415 Booster 131,
Captain 1415 Central Committee 131, 1415 Travel
Club 1315 Student Council Representative 1415
Inter-Club Council Representative 1415 Football
1315 Swimming 131, 141: Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber 131, 141.
Transferred to Shaker 1415 Travel Club 1415 A
Cappella 1415 Girl Reserves 1415 Honor Study
Hall Member 141.
I OSEPH SEDLAK
Transferred to Shaker 1215 Science Club 121, 1315
Booster 121, 1315 Sophomore Dramatic Club 1215
Driving Club 1215 Honor Study Hall Member
121, 131, 141.
ANTHONY IOSEPI-I SGRO
Bowling Club 1315 Scoreboard Engineer 1415
Boys' Glee Club 121, 131, 1415 A Cappella 121,
1415 Shakerite 1315 Driving Club 1215 Intramural
Baseball Championship Team 1215 Football 121,
131, 1415 Track 1315 Wrestling 121, 1315 Honor
Study Hall Member 121, 131.
MARY LOU SHADE
Booster 1315 Dean's Assistant 1415 Boots and
Saddle Club 121, 131: Driving Club 1215 Honor
Study Hall Member 121, 131, 141.
Travel Club C337 Boots and Saddle Club C23:
Booster C437 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33,
Annual Board, Girls' Sports Editor C437 Studio
Art Club C231 Shakerite, Headline Editor C33,
Associate Editor C437 Badminton Club C237 Girls'
Leaders Club C23, C33, Secretary C437 Boots and
Saddle Club C237 Driving Club C237 Hockey,
Honorary Varsity Team C23, C33, C43, Champion-
ship Team, Captain C437 Volleyball C23, Captain
C33, Championship Team, Captain C437 Basket-
ball C23, Honorary Varsity Team C33, C43, Cham-
pionship Team C437 Baseball C23, C43, Captain
C337 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C43.
EDWARD EARLE SIEGLER
Annual Board, Boys' Sports Editor C437 Science
Club C237 Booster C23, C33, C437 Shakerite C23,
Managing Editor C337 Inter-Club Council Rep-
resentative C432 Intramural Football C23, C33,
C432 Intramural Baseball C23, C33, C437 Basketball
C23, C33, C437 Honor Study Hall Member C23,
Bowling Club C437 Travel Club C437 Honor Study
Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
MARIORIE ANN SMITH
Miriam Stage League C23, C33. C437 Bowling Club
C437 Dean's Assistant C33, C437 Travel Club C23,
Science Club, Secretary C33, President C437
Fencing Club C33, C432 Band C23, C331 Intramural
Basketball C33, C43, Captain C237 Fencing C33,
MARY IANE SN IDER
Miriam Stage League C437 Travel Club C237
Driving Club C237 Volleyball C23, C331 Honor
Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
IOANNE SN OWBERG
Miriam Stage League C437 Booster C437 Girls'
Glee Club C237 Travel Club C33, C437 Honor Study
Hall Member C43.
Biology Club C231 Band C23, C33, C432 Orchestra
C331 Physics Laboratory Assistant C33, C437
Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33.
Transferred to Shaker C23f Booster C437 Travel
Club C431 Intramural Basketball C33, C437 Foot-
ball C33, C437 Track C33, C437 Swimming C331
Wrestling C33, C43.
Esperanto Club C231 Bravo Club C33, C437 Fenc-
ing Club C237 A Cappella C33, C431 Boots and
Saddle Club C232 Honor Study Hall Member
C23, C33, C43.
WILLIAM D. SPIETH
Transferred to Shaker C237 Photography Club
C237 A Cappella C232 Biology Club C237 Rifle
Club C237 Basketball C237 Track C23, C43.
Band C237 Intramural Basketball Championship
Team C337 Football C337 Wrestling C23, C33, C43.
MARILYN L. STANNARD
Boots and Saddle Club C237 Driving Club C237
Hockey C237 Volleyball C235 Basketball C237 Base-
ball C237 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
Esperanto Club C337 Bowling Club C437 Travel
Club C332 Intramural Basketball Championship
Team C337 Track C332 Honor Study Hall Mem-
ber C23, C33.
ANN ELIZABETH STEUER
Shaker Art Club C337 Miriam Stage League C437
Shakerite C23, C33, C437 Travel Club C437 Boots
and Saddle Club C237 Library Club C237 Hockey
C331 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, C43,
lnnual Board, Assistant Boys' Sports Editor
437 Shakerite 1437 Intramural Baseball Cham-
vionship Team 123, 1337 Basketball 123, 133, 1437
lonor Study Hall Adviser 143.
Jpen Forum Club 123, 133, 1437 Booster 1337
lhakerite 133, 1437 Rostrum Club 133.
ACK LYNN STROME
Pooster 123, 133, 1437 Band 1237 Stage Crew 1437
tpring Play 1437 Hockey 123, 1337 Honor Study
lall Member 123, 133, 143.
tiriam Stage League 1237 Girls' Glee Club 123:
ibrary Page 133.
'ootball 1437 Track 133: Wrestling 123, 133.
.nnual Board, Assistant Art Editor 1437 Shaker
rrt Club 133, Secretary 1437 Studio Art Club 1237
ravel Club 133, 1437 Badminton Club 1331 Girl
eserves 133, 1437 Volleyball 1237 Honor Study
fall Member 143.
XNNE B. THOMPSON
liriam Stage League 1437 Sophomore Dramatic
flub 123: Travel Club 123. 143: A Cappella 133,
L37 Girls' Glee Club 143: Boots and Saddle
'lub 1237 Scribblers' League 1437 Honor Study
fall Member 123, 133, 143.
7. RUTH THOMPSON
riving Club 123: HockeY 123, 133: Volleyball
3, 1337 Basketball 123, 1337 Baseball 123: Honor
tudy Hall Member 123, 133, 143,
Booster 123, 1337 Dean's Assistant 1437 Travel
Club 1437 Library Page 1437 Student Council
Representative 123, 133, 1437 Football 123, 133,
1437 Track 123, 1337 Golf 133, 143: Honor Study
Hall Member 143.
Booster 123, 133, 1437 Shakerite, Assistant Sports
Editor 1437 Intramural Baseball 133, 143, Cham-
pionship Team 1237 Track 123, 133: Basketball
123, 133, 1437 Football 123, 133, 1437 Honor Study
Hall Member 133, 143.
Dean's Assistant 1337 Girls' Leaders Club 123.
133, 1437 Boots and Saddle Club 123, 133, 143:
Driving Club 123: Hockey 133, Varsity Team 1437
Volleyball 123, 133, Championship Team 143:
Honor Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
KARL VAN IS
Rifle Club 1237 Football 123: Swimming 123, 133,
MARTHA IANE WEBB
Shaker Art Club 1337 Studio Art Club 123:
Travel Club 1437 Girls' Glee Club 123: Honor
Study Hall Member 123, 133, 143.
Annual Board, Associate Editor 143: Open
Forum Club, President 143: Booster 123, 1437
Driving Club 1237 Intramural Baseball 123, 1437
Intramural Football 123, 1437 Intramural Basket-
ball 123, Championship Team 143: Honor Study
Hall Member 123, 143.
Booster 1437 Intramural Football 123, 1437 Intra-
mural Basketball 123, 133, Championship Team
1437 Honor Study Hall Member 123, 143.
ELAINE M. WELSH
Transferred to Shaker 1337 Miriam Stage
League 1437 Honor Study Hall Member 133, 143.
Travel Club C437 Hockey C237 Volleyball C237
Honor Study Hall Member C23, C337 C43.
MARY FRANCIS WIDEBERG
Bravo Club C23, C337 President C437 Miriam Stage
League C237 A Cappella C23, C33, C437 Library
Page C235 Library Club C237 Honor Study Hall
Member C23, C43.
Miriam Stage League C231 Booster C337 Dean's
Assistant C437 Inter-Club Council Representa-
tive C437 Spring Play C437 Volleyball C23, C331
Basketball C337 Honor Study Hall Member C23,
IOHN I. WOLF
Booster C431 Library Page C437 Driving Club
C237 Honor Study Hall Member C23, C33, Ad-
Fencing Club, Secretary C337 Central Commit-
tee C437 Girls' Glee Club C237 Girls' Leaders
Club C337 President C437 Volleyball C33, Cham-
pionship Team C437 Basketball C337 Honor Study
Hall Member C23.
Transferred to Shaker C43.
Shaker Art Club C33, President C431 Fencing
Club C23: lunior-Senior Dramatic Club C33:
Travel Club C432 Boots and Saddle Club C23,
C43, Secretary C337 Rifle Club C23, Secretary-
Treasurer C337 Scribblers' League C33, C437 Girl
Reserves C437 Spring Play C437 Honor Study
Hall Member C23, C33, C43.
MARY ANN ZAMISKA
Shaker Art Club C337 Travel Club C23, C337 Honor
Study Hall Member C33.
Miriam Stage League C437 Travel Club C437 A
Cappella C23, C33, C431 Girls' Glee Club C23.
Transferred back to Shaker C437 Iunior-Senior
Dramatic Club C337 Travel Club C23, C337 Honor
Study Hall Member C23, C33.
CLIFFORD WILLIAM WITTER
Booster C231 Cheer Leader C33.
CLASS 0F '41
Listen, my children, and you shall hear
Of the class that graduates this year,
The class of nineteen forty-one
From Abele to Zavelson.
The names of that class, three hundred or more,
Will unfold as you read this poem o'er.
There are Burkholder, Heidler, Smith, and Adell,
Newhall, and Savage, a sweet Southern belle,
Collister, Thompson, McCay, and Broadbent,
Plunkett, and Falls, the school president,
Wonderlich, Aufderheide, Elwood, and Nash,
Harris, and Brunner, the ice-skating flash,
Altman, and Uhlig, the gridiron king,
Adams and Cook, those singers of swing,
Schoonover, Kennedy, Erdman, and Cryer,
And a dashing young Romeo whose name is Prior
Allen who knocks all' the boys for a loss,
"Maid Marian" Holman and "Robin Hood" Ross,
Helmink, Pohorlak, Kiraly, and Weil,
Hudgeon, and Harper, the girl with a smile,
Stotter, Pekarek, Denby, and Perrin,
Burrows, and Murphy, a son of old Erin,
F irshow, an innocent, studious soul, ,
Lybarger, and Carter, a man is her goal,
Bretschneider, Iohnston, Grossman, and Hubbell,
Quigley, and Harney, Ann Sheridan's double,
Spacek, with muscles from shoulder to toe,
Shaferman, Lockwood, Rodway, and Lowe,
Mastny and Weber, God's gifts to the stage,
Schuyler, and Barron, the chemistry sage,
Roberts and Parsons, that perfect young pair,
Deucker, and Graves with the light brown hair,
Anderson who makes the ivories sing,
Opatrny and his trombone swing,
Iofredo and Russo, those two touchdown-getters,
LeLievre, and Reese, witty lady of letters,
Cohagan, Forrester, Martin, and Cohn,
Botley, and Bloomfield, a young Mendelssohn,
Rosenblum, Miller, Kochmit, and Dieter,
Hertz, and Sawdey, a peppi' cheer leader,
Hagerman, Turner, Strachan, and Kampp,
Fielding, and Porter, the great swimming champ,
Iaster and Graham, a swell fencing team,
Blond Osterthaler, the modern girl's dream,
Darata, Fisher, Thomas, and Lynn,
Bauer, and Brietman, a second Menuhin,
Continued on page 88
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DRAMA 8g THEATRE
Every circus and sideshow that tours the country has its group of "strolling
players". Shaker is no exception! Cur players are members of the newly-
organized Drama and Theatre course which is now completing its first year
of existence. Last September many of us regarded dubiously our friends who
had signed up for the new dramatic art class. But now we wish that we, too,
could participate in the undertakings of the dramatic group.
With both Mr. Fryer and Miss Ely listed as teachers of the Drama and
Theatre course, we find that the students enrolled for the year have been
divided into two groups. Une group spends the first semester on speech and
acting under the direction of Mr. Fryer while the other is doing technical work
with Miss Ely as director. ln the next term these groups change places. From
the first of these groups are taken the casts for the plays and from the second,
the staffs for the setting and lighting of the plays.
For its first semester production, the department of Drama and Theatre
presented Sutton Vane's Ozrlmml ffftlllltf on December l4. Then on April 4, the
group offered its second important production of the year, ltmilli 'l't1ki'.v ,I
Besides these two main productions, Shakers dramatic artists sponsored
a play festival to which they invited Cleveland Heights High, University
School, Laurel School, and Ashland High. Each of these participating schools
presented a one-act playeeall combining to make a unique entertainment.
Thus Shaker helped to establish a closer relationship among the dramatic
departments of Clevelands suburban schools.
For the professional quality of their work, and for the enthusiasm and
cooperation of the entire staff, we commend the youngest department of Shaker!
Using your budget book or buying a ticket to see one of Shaker's impor-
tant dramatic productions is one thing. But to watch the play grow from its
first weeks of rehearsal to "the big night" is quite another. The finished play
as the audience sees it, is the result of weeks of hard work. Before the play
passes through its stage of "growing pains", many seemingly calamitous af-
fairs have occurred. By opening night, Mr. Fryer has threatened at least five
times to call off the whole thing and resign. The glue on the sets has refused
to stick, and the paint to be mixed-all of which has given the technical staff
something to worry about. As for members of the cast, they may or may not
still be friends by the time the production actually takes place. Bob Adams has
undoubtedly lost his girl because he had to cancel a date on account of one of
the' rehearsals. Hal Centini has probably lost his job at Heinen's because of
his failure to report to work due to a rehearsal. Charles Elefant may have lost
his Saturday job because Mr. Fryer changed his mind about the agreement
which Charles asserts called for absolutely no rehearsals on Saturday.
A two-hour rehearsal session with these admittedly "mad" artists proves
as entertaining as any circus. If one enters the auditorium to observe the actors
on a typical rehearsal afternoon, one may find Charles Elefant and Iune Har-
ney dancing back and forth across the stage, Elsie Cook singing and dancing
at the same time, and Hal Centini lying on top of the piano just to be com-
fortable. From back stage comes the noise of sets being moved. Benson
Breitman cmd Bill Mitchell move on stage carrying one of the Italian arches
which lim Cory has just finished building. With her hands smeared with paint,
Ginny Howes follows them in. All this until Mr. Fryer walks in! Then things
are quiet-at least, temporarily. Immediately the cannons go offp the lions
roar. Bob Adams asks for quiet. Mr. Fryer shouts to Iune Harney that she is
not the "indispensable woman" and will she please sit down. At this point,
Bob Falls comes in asking about the preview, and immediately everyone
shouts out ideas for an "ad lib" assembly to advertise the forthcoming produc-
Dress rehearsal comes as the dramatists work toward the climax. Down
in the dressing room, Shirley Iirus is elbow-deep in make-up. Buth Williams
calls for a purse which she simply has to have to take on the stage. Alice
Mastny is running around looking for someone to help her into the dress that
doesn't quite fit. Dale Kunkle, meanwhile, bemoans the fact that her arms are
ghost white while her face is Indian color. However, she finds comfort in the
fact that Ruth Wrede is worrying about the same problem.
On the backstage lighting booth, Iim Brodie, Bob Dyas, Stubby Webster,
and Ioe Bartunek all struggle unsuccessfully to make a stubborn shot gun,
that is supposed to fire in the second act, go off. Even though Veva Norlin
rings the bell for the telephone call late, nevertheless it docs ring. Susan Mar-
ble warns everyone to stay away from her pile of records.
Play night arrives. Bight o'clock finds all the players on stage except
Iune Harney, who arrives-one hour late. Ginny Howes comes backstage to
tell everyone that the auditorium is rapidly filling up. The florist comes in with
a box for Ruth Williams. Mr. Fryer calls everyone on stage for a last minute
"confidence talk". Another florist comes in-Ruth Williams again. At 8:25
Mr. Fryer bids his players farewell, wishes them well, and goes to join the
Everyone takes his place, and in a few minutes strains of music reach
backstage as the Dieter boys begin the overture. After weeks of rehearsal the
moment has come. Up goes the curtain and the show is on.
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The candidates for the football team this year were greeted by Shakers
new coach, Willard Pederson, lanky football and basketball luminary from
Westerii State University. Pederson built his Raider squad around several
seniors who have been active participants in Shakers varsity athletic pro-
gram during their three years' stay heref-namely, loe lofredo, lerry Feinberg,
Dick Uhlig, Bob Spacek, and Sal Russo. These men were supplemented by
Bill Lister, Vince Marotta, Ed Loomis, Ralph Kovanda, and lim Speaker, prom-
ising juniors who will bolster next years team.
The two brightest spots during the season were the victory over Ravenna
in the opening game and the fine play of the team against Shaw. The victory
over Ravenna was due largely to the spirit displayed by the team, the ball-
carrying ability of the shitty Marotta and the defensive play of Bob Spacek.
Although they were nosed out by Shaws co-champions of the Lake Erie
League eight to seven, the Raiders played their best football of the season in
that game. The same spirit which they showed against Ravenna was evi-
dent in the Shaw stadium, and the vicious tackling of the Raiders' secondary
defense almost spelled defeat for the over-confident Cardinals. Marotta scored
Shakers touchdown on a thirty-five-yard taunt in the fourth period, made pos-
sible by Uhligs resounding block which swept the Shaw safety man earth-
ward. However, Shaw matched our seven points with a touchdown and a
safety, the latter obtained as a Shaker punt was blocked in the end zone.
Shaker lost to both Fairport Harbor and lohn Hay by one touchdown,
while Lorain, Elyria, and Lakewood won by more decisive margins. The de-
feat at the hands of their hilltop foe, Cleveland Heights, was due largely to
excessive fumbling on the part of Raider backs.
The fine record compiled by Shakers "B" squad was indeed encourag-
ing. Under Coach Rafelds careful guidance a well-trained team, which oper-
ated from a deceptive double-wingback formation, was turned out. The Sophs
record included victories over Bedford, Cleveland Heights, Collinwood, lohn
Hay, Brush, Shaw, and Akron Kenmorey their lone set-back was at the hands
to r.--lst--Frank Zappala, Charley Longo, Mr. Rafeld, Bill Dorer, Morty Gross: 2nd-
Charles Stewart, Dick Laird, Pat Day, Doug Abbott, Bill Oster, Srd- Don Mitchell, George
Sterriard, Ed Neuger, Bob Freed, lack Taylor, Ted Goldstein.
The Lake Erie Basketball League again proved it was too powerful for
the local basketeers, even under the excellent coaching of Willard Pederson.
At the beginning of the season the Raiders whipped Berea, Akron Kenmore, and
Cuyahoga Falls high school fives, but the final standings saw Shaker at the
bottom of the Lake Erie League with no wins.
Before mid-year graduation took away Harry Newman and Charles King,
most of the scores were rather close, but after that the margin of loss was large.
"Tough" Ioe lofredo led the Red and White five with 40 field goals and 16
foul shots for a total of 96 points. "Big" lerry Feinberg was second with a total
of 85 points. Harry Newman totaled 55 points.
ln the Class A District Qualifier the Raiders had the misfortune of drawing
Lakewood High, one of the best guintets in the state. The Shaker five were
decisively beaten, 63-34.
The reserve squad, led by Mort Gross, Dick Laird, and Bill Dorer, had
a more successful season. ln league competition they whipped Cleveland
Heights twice and Elyria once.
C. I. KING VINCE IVIAROTTA MILT FROMSON HART STOTTER
HARRY NEWMAN IOE IQFREDO C. H. KING
ED SIEGLER DICK UHLIG SANDY COLDPARB IERRY FEINBERG
Up in The any Taking the plunge.
Wrupped up in their work. After the ball is over.
Red und Wlxitev blues. Seven come- eleven, or
Putting your Hcrrt into it.
l'll baton Shaker.
90 95 perspiration,
L, to r.- lst Emil Misko, Dave Both, Alan Kortz, Tom Denby, Howard Walkden, Mgr., Bob
Spacek, Sal Ftusso, Bill Paschal, 2nd-V-Ed Spizel, Harry Darata, Ted Burke, Bernard
Tobin, Balph Dittoe, Louis Frank, Bob Noss, lim Bowkerg 3rd Coach Troyan, Del
Demsey, Dick Ccssiere, lerry Barocas, Bob Davis, Bob Danaceau, Bill Mapes, Ioe Rao.
By winning six out of ten matches, Shaker's wrestlers, under the coaching
of Pat Troyan, amassed 223 points against their opponents' l53 points. Bob
Both, Bob Spacek, and Tom Denby were the tearn's largest point-getters, while
Dave Both, Bill Paschal, Michael Gallitte, and Bernard Tobin also received
their share of honors. ln the city wrestling finals Bob Both and Spacek cap-
tured second places and Dave Both a third-place.
The track schedule includes eight dual meets with high schools which
have already proven themselves tough competition: Bedford, Lorain, Cathedral
Latin, Orange, East, Shaw, University, and Cleveland Heights high schools.
Also included on the schedule is the Lake Erie Meet on Saturday, May tenth,
and the State Meet on Saturday, May twenty-fourth at Columbus.
With four returning lettermen, Neal Brunner, Bob Spacek, Herb Hanousek,
and Tom Deuring, Shaker should have a good season. Another encouraging
factor is the large number of sophomores who have shown enthusiasm.
L, tc r. lst Don Cruttadauria, Donn Freeman, lack Haflinger, Bob Shisler, Ed. Neuger,
Cy Zcnisek, Bill Oster, Warren Glauber, Dick Laird, Bob Chute, Emil Misko, 2nd
Coach Pederson, Bob Freeman, Neal Brunner, Bob Davis, Banny Osterthaler, Alyn
Benscn, Ken l-forth, Lou Vtfeber, lack Spurney, Alan Kortz, Arthur Bramscn, Fred Hempy,
Coach Troyang 3rd Bob Sangdahl, Sal Russo, Bob Spacek, Bill Thomas, Ted Goldstein,
Bud Manheim, Frank Beale, Ken Novak, Bill Murphy, Ignatius Russo,
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L. to r.-kneeling-Herb Bernsteen, Alfred Gedqeg lst ---- Gene Kaber, Mr. Parks, Tom
Raney, Larry Passellp Zndflid Lewis, Donald Marous, Allan Bing, Ed Kassar, Nathan
Goodman, 3rd-Charles McQuire, Art Luthie, Bill Peck, Crandall Clark.
Members of the Rifle Club, through competitive matches and conscien-
tious practice, improve coordination between their eyes and muscles, and
acquire skill in the art of target shooting. The club consists of eleven members,
the top five marksmen comprising the Rifle Team which competes with other
schools. The group, whose membership is open to those keenly interested in
bettering their marksmanship, boasts some crack shots and future champions.
For the first time in many years, Shaker has been represented in inter-
scholastic swimming. Much credit for the enthusiasm and spirit of the swim-
mers goes to the coaches, lames Reichert and Ernest Grosser. Bill Porter has
been the most outstanding swimmer to represent Shaker in the last three years:
in the city meet, and also the state meet at Columbus, he placed first in the 50
and lOO-yard sprints. Besides Porter, the free-style relay team of Scott Par-
sons, lack Howe, Harry Hecker, and lack Schuyler has been the most con-
L. to r.-lst-Bob Sherratf, Bud Kohn, Bill Oster, lim Murphy, Bob Schellentrager, Dave
Burdickg Znd-Harry I-Iecker, Bill Porter, lack Schuyler, Chuck Parsons, Bob Botley, Bill
Blair: 3rd-Donald Cryer, Allen Sands, Scott Parsons, Coach Grosser, lack Norlin, Ed
Lewis, lim Stotter.
L. to r.-flstf-lim Graham, Bob Iaster, Bill Smith, 2nd--Tad Wagner, Tom Foulds, Wes
Spear, Ken Hath, Phil Smith.
As champs of the Northern Ohio Fencers League, Shaker's swordsmen
have won 30 out of Sl meets, including two state titles, since taking up the
sport four years ago. Captained by Bob laster, the varsity squad, coached by
Edward Peck, was made up of lim Graham, Bill Smith, and Ken Horth. Iuniors
Tom Foulds, Phil Smith, Wes Spear, and sophomore Carl Byron also were
members of the varsity squad and will form next season's team.
This year the Raider Golf Team under the able guidance of Coach Wil-
lard Pederson will compete against rivals in a league which has not yet been
announced. They will also send a team to the annual Lake Erie League
match. The team is bolstered by one returning letter man, Dan Friedman,
and three other boys with previous experience, Bud Schallman, lack Turner,
and Art Handler.
L. to r.v-Alst-Robert Schallman, Danny Friedman, Arthur Handler, 2nd-f-lack Turner
Coach Pederson, Sandford Greenberqer, Dick Laird.
L. to r. Neil Sawdey, limrny Savage, Wiririie Foster, Dave Thzaillcill.
This year the cheerleaders, with their snappy outtits and areat enthusiasm,
had the "feminine touch" added to their ranks tor the tirst tirne. Winitred Foster
and lirnrny Savage ably assisted Dave Thraill-:ill and Neil Sawdy to pep up our
football, basketball and pep-rally yells.
MARTIN LO SCHAVIO
DAVE GRIESE, Mqr,
Two Year Medals
C. H. KING
Second Year Awards
C. I. KING
DAVE GRIESE, Mar.
HOWARD WALKDEN, Mai.
Second Year Awards
Note: At the time of the publication at the Gristmill, letter awards had riot been made in track.
"Play conser- "Come on, fellas. "Watch your diet,
vative ball, rock ,em and especially the
boys." sock 'emf' proteins."
lack Rafeld. . .friendly, serious, conscientious, sophomore football, basket-
ball mentor.. .athletic director. . .stresses fundamentals, conditioning, sports-
manship. . .played basketball, football, and outfield in baseball at West Vir-
ginia Wesleyan...great psychologist and tactician...American history in-
structor. . .no longer a bachelor. . .lack Rafeld, coach with spirit and fight.
Willard "Pete" Pederson...tall, smiling, rugged, good-hearted Pederson
. . .varsity football, basketball, and golf coach. . .All-American football end for
Western State College of Colorado. . .professional basketball center for Osh-
kosh hoopsters. . .Also A. A. U. boxing champ, golf, and track star. . .great
traveler. . .English teacher, Shakespearean scholar. . ."wiz" at telling stories
. . .appeared in Ripley's "Believe lt or Not" at l7 for having extraordinarily
huge hands. . ."Pete" Pederson, everybody's pal.
"Pat" Troyan. . .hard-Working, likeable, patient. . .newly-appointed track
coach. . .developed wrestling spirit at Shaker.. .now has well-balanced, en-
thusiastic team which has won 6 out of i0 meets. . .tough end for Western
Reserve University for three years. . .father of two boys. . .biology instructor. . .
assistant to Pederson during football season. . ."Pat" Troyan, popular coach,
friend, and instructor.
Gone at last are the days of the Weight-lifting, bar-bending female, and in
her place has stepped the stream-lined Shaker lassie. Shaker girls this year
took their gym as they liked it. ln the wide selection offered by the girls'
physical education department, every girl can find some class to suit her needs
and desires. Among this season's innovations is the exercise class, designed
to mold Shaker figures to a perfect fourteen and to improve posture. Not
lagging but leading, Mrs. Lommen inaugurated Cleveland's first full-credit
high school bowling class on regulation alleys. Last semester twenty-six and
this semester fifty-four girls knocked down the pins at Shaker square with
some pretty fine results.
Shaker girls are maintaining the reputation of Shaker Heights as the bad-
minton center of northern Ohio. One hundred twenty-three girls took part in
class singles and doubles tournaments during the year. ln the spring several
tennis and golf classes were formed to take advantage of the warmer weather.
One of the fastest-growing activities at Shaker is modern dancing. Thirty-
eight girls participated in modern dance classes, learning their leaps and
lunges under the direction of Mrs. Elinor Morse, a Shaker alumna. Mrs. Morse
also taught swimming to almost two hundred girls each week this year.
The larger gym classes remained faithful to the "big four" in girls' sports,
field hockey, volleyball, basketball, and baseball. These activities consti-
tuted, too, the basis of after-school sports. This year the seniors dominated
intramurals, under the leadership of Netta Siegel they won the hockey and
volleyball tournaments, and, captained by Marguerite White, they captured
the basketball championship. A new system of credits was inaugurated
whereby girls may receive class credit for participation in after-school athletics.
Shaker girl athletes this year adopted a new short-sleeved turquoise tunic
suit, the Leaders Club wearing the same style in scarlet. Yes, gone forever
is the "Bloomer Girl" of old.
'W-1 npw-N .W
Up to something. "It don't mean cf thing ,
T911-mis be spring? Out to lunge, Wciier you qettinq into?
Strike? Glub, glub. Sirike?
L. to r. lst- Eleanor Kempsmith, Lore Zeichmann, Mrs. Lommen, Marjorie Wonderlich, Mary Dittoeg Znd- Marguerite White, Nancy Baker
Charlotte Wills, loyce Clark, Anne Weisman, Ruth Ammermany 3rd-Betty Helmick, Elaine Schonmeyer, Ioyce Hardman, Netta Siegel
Ieanne Krause, Ruth Reinhardt, 4th Betty Haney, Betty Adell, Kay Mayers, Betty Urschel, Dorothy Howard.
The Girls' Leaders Club is an athletic organization whose principal activi-
ties are to promote good sportsmanship, to sponsor intramural sports, and,
through club committees, to handle all after-school athletics. Every year the
Leaders participate in play-days with Cleveland Heights, Bedford, Garfield, and
the Lake Erie League high schools and sponsor the annual Championship-
All Star basketball game. This year the program committee also planned
riding, skating, and bowling parties.
1,I'4'.YI'fI't'IIf ..... .. RlAR-IORIIE VVONMQRLIQII
I'lift'-Pl't'Sl'lit'llf . . ..... Loma ZIEUIIMANN
St'l'1't'ftII'j' ..... ............ N IQTTA SIEGEI.
,IVIHIWWII U ' . , ' tliifjf-Rl7'l'II ,'XMxi1+:R1wrAN
Sfttllljlll' .. MRS. IJOROTIIY LOMMIEN
to r.- lst" Carol Lapp, Gloria Boyd, Bebe Gray, Lois Clark, Marietta Beduhn, Patty Dickey, Barbara Clarke, Mary Reinhardty 2nd
ith Ammerman, Helen Green, Shirley Cohen, Marjorie King, lane Carter, Mary Io Taylor, Ruth Reinhardt, Virginia Colston, Nancy
arting 3rd- 'Mrs. Morse, Nancy Finley, Boselyn Faragher, Ann Colstan, Marion I-lull, Marcey Lynn, Nancy Schuyler, Betty Spring, lane
rhellentrager, Nancy Blair, Carol Mueller.
What the Leaders are on land the Sharcs are in the Water. With the
Iunior Life-Saving requirement removed, the Sharcs Club offers more oppor-
tunity than ever before to girls who are expert swimmers. The Sharcs assist
Mrs. Morse and teach swimming after school. High light of the aquatic year
is their annual Water pageant, which this year was developed on the theme
. . . Lois CLARK
.. Brains GRM'
. . . GLORIA BOYD
ELI NOR MORSE
UNDER THE BIG TOP
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4 The big show opens its season with new talent and new attractions.
5 To the list of star performers are added the famous sextet of Pederson-
ll Barker "Bus" Thrailkill pushes budget book drive.
14 Shaker Red Raiders make their first pigskin performance a smash hit
by conquering Ravenna 13 to 12.
17 Constitution Day assembly makes us look to our founders.
18 Strong-lunged contestants give their all today as judges offer final de-
cision on public address announcers.
20 Iohn Hay outshines Shaker for our first defeat.
23 Culture comes to Shaker through "flex" periods system.
27 Shakerites hop on the old bandwagon to see Fairport Harbor smear
the Raiders to dusty defeat.
28 A new high is made in budget book sales, and student supporters hail
thrift in season's games.
30 Parents meet to discuss fraternities and sororities while student body
grits its teeth over threatened social gloom.
4 The Red Raiders threaten to change their name to The Bulldogs tonight
as they "hold that line" against the Shaw hefties in a close defeat that
proves a moral victory for Shaker.
9 New drama class presents "Hands Across The Sea" at Shaker The-
ater, and student talent promises more star performances in the future.
ll Marilyn Iones's new Shaker fight song gives us a relapse of the
laryngitis from the Shaw game.
12 Lorain steel men are not fazed by Shaker's fighting spirit.
14 Strange mumblings in the halls are found to be only would-be articula-
ters from the speech class practicing for voice records.
Shaker students decide to "Win with Willkie" in school-wide poll.
In colorful costume a Czech refugee speaks in assembly of the in-
domitable spirit of his fatherland.
18 Soph squad raids lohn Hay, 38-6, making a new record of five consecu-
tive wins. "Youth will be served."
22 Fraternities and sororities become social clubs under new constitutions
after whip-cracking by Inter-Club Council.
24 Mysterious Red Raider symbol revealed to be a pirate.
31 Shakerites see the world in illustrated lecture by William Holmes.
1 German students go romantic for N .E.O.T.A. production of "lmmer1see."
4 The cinema lion roars again as noon movies are renewed.
5 lt seems we were Wrong about Willkie.
6 "F rom the Bosom of the Congo" comes the beat of the tom-tom and the
deep, rich voices of Negro singers to awe Shaker audience with dra-
matic tale of Negro folklore.
9 Even the Raiders' best lion-taming cou1dn't keep Lakewood from victory.
15 Community Fund drive hits the bell with 10027 cooperation.
20 We're still wondering, "Who is Buck?"
29 Three rings are full in today's capacity performance: The Royalists
mellowing the afternoon assembly with rnusicg the Maple Heights team
trimming our cagers in the season's first basketball gamep and the stu-
dent body flocking to our gala Open House.
31 We're closing the old tent flaps tonight-no goblins wanted this Hal-
6 We take on Berea in basketball. With a 37-34 score in our favor, we
roll on to our next stop with confidence of bettering our own mark.
ll New feature! Sell-out performance given today as boys and girls of
Tennessee Mountains perform folk dances and sing hillbilly songs.
12 Even the clowns decide to go to college when Dr. Bruce Bigelow of
Brown University lectures on choice of college.
13 The strong men of Lorain outdo Shaker 41-30.
14 Newly formed drama department presents its special attraction, "Out-
ward Bound", with a star cast including Director Fryer.
18 Shaker splashers go under in U.S. swimming meet.
19 "Shanty Town"--"Shanty Town". For the fourth straight day we
listen to our favorite record megaphoned over the P.A.
20 A long-awaited day arrives-the last day of school until 1941. Old
troupers return from college to fill the auditorium for our last perform-
ance of the year-the annual Christmas Concert presented by the A
Cappella Choir and Glee Clubs.
23 Shakerites turn on the floodlights tonight as Phil Peter's orchestra takes
the stand for the 12A-sponsored Alumni Dance.
30 The girls of the flying trapeze fill the feed bag for retired performers of
the Leaders Club.
2 The show must go on! We think of school even during vacation as we
elect our Inter-Club Council officers.
6 Ringmaster and entire troupe return after two-and-a-half weeks' Christ-
7 We shot off the cannon today to celebrate the approval of the consti-
tutions of our social clubs.
8 "Attention seniorsl All students who expect to graduate this month
must report without fail to room 214 either third, fourth, or fifth period
today for cap and gown measurements."
10 Following a rousing performance by our cagers, the llB class offers a
dance for Shaker "stags and hags."
13 Senior privileges become a reality after the l2A's spend a semester
debating the subject. No classes for the afternoon, a full-length movie,
a recording dance, and refreshments are the result-an exclusive 12A
14 Added attraction to today's program is Sam Carnpbell's talk on nature,
accompanied by colored movies on outdoor life.
-19 Shakerites go out of circulation for the week-end as exam Monday is
just around the corner.
23 Our position is assured for next year as our exam week act goes over.
27 "Important notice for seniors! All l2A's who have given their money
for caps and gowns will receive them today in the large auditorium.
All others must report to Miss Hollon's office at once."
28 New troupers are added to the old force as 10B class joins the show.
29 Another senior class, completely outfitted in caps and gowns, receives
its long-awaited diplomas. At commencement exercises, the Reverend
Mr. Lotz advises the mid-year graduates: "Be yourself: discipline your-
self: and cast your influence toward those values which are perma-
7 As the new semester gets into full swing, we find a new trio added to
our list of lion tamers in the personages of Miss Scott, Mrs. Young, and
that piano-playing Don Iuan, Mr. Walton.
8 Shaker talent bursts into the news as one of our board of directors,
"General" Iohn Harbourt, announces that he has written a book pub-
lished under the name of Our Flag.
14 Two-star performancel Our A Cappella presents a concert, after which
We all dance in our girls' gym ballroom.
17 Music on the back stage of the big show changed today to "Frenesi",
to the tune of which we both dined and danced.
19 Moving pictures are special attraction in the big tent today as student
body enjoys assembly on vocational guidance.
20 Special attraction! Robert Tristram Coffin comes to Shaker as Scrib-
blers play hosts to noted writer.
21 As guest artists, Ashland High, University School, Laurel School, and
Cleveland Heights High present a play festival under the sponsorship
of Shaker's department of Drama and Theatre.
-23 Kenneth Lynn and Thalia Bell, leading a Shaker delegation to Phila-
delphia and Washington, tell Senator Burton how to manage the Big
"12A's attention! lf you expect to be measured for caps and gowns
come to the small auditorium your first free period today."
2 A new organization begins its functions as the club bids go out under
the direction of the Inter-Club Council.
3 Showman Bob Falls introduces Mrs. Lowe, who lectures on current
4 "Special announcement! All seniors who haven't yet been measured
for caps and gowns should come to Miss Hollon's office immediately
following these announcements. This is positively your last chance."
6 "Sorry to interrupt your class, but this notice is most urgent. Will all
seniors who haven't been measured for caps and gowns go to Col-
legiate Cap and Gown Company located at 1706 Euclid Avenue. This
must be done without fail today if you want to graduate with your
7 Double feature program presented when Miss Laitem's French classes
and the S.F.A.A. under the direction of Mrs. Gunn combine in offering
the annual French play and music program. We dance for French war
relief after going over the top in our drive for funds for French aid.
7-8 Heights and Lincoln fencers give way to Shaker's strength.
13 Shaker basketballteers turn clowns for Gristmill benefit performance.
14 We send Danny Friedman to represent us at the extemporaneous
speech contest today.
15 A Cappella songsters compete at Lake Erie music festival in Elyria.
17 Sales still go on! Aufty continues selling "peanuts,.popcorn, cracker-
jack" in our cafeteria.
21 Dance proves great success as new act in Miriam Stage repertoire.
27 On the lecture stand today is Mrs. L. H. Neff reviewing "Random Har-
4 "Death Takes A Holiday" as Shakerites turn out for the annual spring
4-15 Our road tour halts' as we take time out for Easter vacation.
16 Word comes out that Crosby, our invaluable handy man, is complet-
ing his twentieth year at Shaker this season. -
21 Parade of personalities is megaphoned to student body at campaign
22 Students cast votes in primary after election ballyhoo.
23 Ringmaster R. B. Patin announces results of final student elections:
President, Chuck Kingp Vice-President, Bill Lister, and Secretary, Fritz
Carnival spirit reigns as students flock to Open House.
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l-2-3 Special attraction! "Second Hurricane" runs for three performances as
operetta stars prove troupers.
9 On the bandstand tonight are our musicians who present the annual
Shaker Band Concert.
16 We toast the Shaker May Queen with pink lemonade at the lunior
21 We make plans today for our successful continuation next year as we
install the student council officers. '
23 Sharcs are the main performers today: they offer their water pageant
for a special attraction.
2 One o'clock curfew bell closes another successful Shaker Senior Prom.
4 Tonight 250 seniors receive their diplomas, and the graduation of the
class of Iune 1941 goes down in history.
6 We're pulling up the tent stakes today as we leave our familiar
grounds for new locations. -
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,. to r.-lst-Dorothy Forrester, Tony Abele, Robert Danaceau, Helen Harrington, Sam Federman, Ruth lane MacDonald, David Baldwin,
.arry Robone, George Kneip, Russell Sears, Susan Marble, Bertrand Chernin, lohn Ziegler, Mary Behan, leanne Adams, Steve Szoke,
Donald Reusch, Emil Misko, Kenneth Kilmer, Eugene Bowie, Dick Elliott, Norman Minihan, Lawrence Eichhoff, Bill LeLievrep Znde-Mr.
Ivans, Phil Smith, Carl Byron, lack Gluck, Harold Crabtree, Ann LeLievre, Phil Barocas, Clyde Patterson, George Mitchell, Bob Davis,
lob Paryzek, lohn Sowers, Isaac Tull, Frank Opatrny, Bob Konter.
HEAR THE MOST STlRRlNG MUSIC OF THE CENTURY! LlSTEN TO THE
BLARE OF TRUMPETS, THE ROLL OF DRUMS!
This is the organization which provides the rousing, martial music heard
at our football games and pep-rallies. The band also gives two evening per-
formances each year as well as an assembly program. Several members of
the band have won medals and honors for themselves by participating in city
and state musical contests.
17l'l'.VllI1t'1lf . .. ............ . . .FRANK fll'A'l'RNY
Sl't'I't'ft1l"V . . . . .Gkiwliz R14:Af:..xN
Y'1't'a.w11'v1' .. ..... lima ROTII
L. to r.-lstfFlorence Osher, Veva Norlin, Evelyn Bell, lean Graves, Faye Wideberg,
Catherine Iones, Elizabeth Seeley, Virginia Le-eb, 2nd-- Nancy Dublin, Phyllis Steinberg,
Marilyn Sheperd, Barbara Watkins, lean Hertz, Marian Riebe, Caro! Wander, 3rd --
Mab Du Hamel, Elaine Reinman, Betty Skuse, Virginia Roof, Patsy Toll, Nancy Bell,
5th--Margaret Plunkett, Marjorie Roberts, Ruth Marie Pollard, Marilyn Spelrnan, Billie
Feddery, Claire Dainton, Not in picture-Charlotte Berry, Iulianne Strate.
ALL YOU WHO LOVE GOOD MUSIC, GET YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR
THE CONCERT AND THE OPERA!
The Bravo Club gives to the students who appreciate good music a
chance to hear more oi the works of world famous musicians, ASCAP, BMI,
or otherwise. Most ot the music is heard via records, but the club also attends
HERE YOU ARE, GIRLS! GOOD, HEALTHY EXERCISE, AS WELL AS
This club was organized to give girls a chance to improve their bowling
skill and learn the tine points oi the game. The members meet every Thurs-
day afternoon after school at the Shaker Square bowling alleys. There are
also bowling classes during the regular physical education periods.
L. to r.--- lst- Charlotte Berry, Betty Krepps, Marjorie Smith, Bernice Menk, Bertha Allen,
Betty Mortus, Peggy Grodin, Betty Golden: 2nd--Dot Lechner, Iean Miller, Dorothy
Forrester, Barbara Lang, Iulia Larson, Harriett Smith, Marion Boykin, Miss Carruthers,
3rd --Margaret Enell, Rozelle Schwartz, Marian Hull, Nancy Baker, Marjorie Fife, Ianice
Caddy, Mrs. Lommen, 4th--lean Carlozzi, Martha Butz, lean Krauslich, Margie Frankel,
Florence Horn, Eunice Iohnston, Marjorie Silly 5th--Ianet Altman, Annette Pasek, Carolyn
Reese, Louise Schweitzer, Bonnie Green, Charlotte Wills.
,. to r. lst Dick Mills, treasurer, Sancly Greenberqer, Dick Green, lack Lerner Evan Iones Hal Karklin secretary lficl-' Boss Hcrl
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liermaiir Qncl Cmorqe Scliatel Sal Sauna Mr Ames Mort r Ro Bl B d rl '
, , V ,, , . , oi sen, on ran qar , Charles Pedone, Dick Bloomfield, Not in pictur
TRY YOUR LUCK, BOYS! KNOCK DOWN ALL TI-IE PINS AND WIN A
The Boys' Bowling Club has the unusual challenge method tor member-
ship whereby any boy interested in this club can challenge a member and
by winning the three qame match by thirty points, can take that members
place in the club.
TEAM B TEAM C TEAM A
Capt. Loinei ,.... lfll Capt. Karkliii ...., l56 Capt, Groenberaer.
Al Amos .. ..., l75 lim Speaker .,.... l52 Bob Boynton .... ..
S-il S-Inna .... ISZ Bill Brandqard .... lf'l7 Dick Mills
Dick Grevii ,.., l37 Bud Longo , ...... I33 George Sclitilel
Team B ........... Won Lost I9
Team C Won Lost 20
Team A Won Lost 32
Team D Won Lost 37
Capt. Harris ......
Bob Crowell ...,..
Charles Peclone . . .
L. to r.' lst- Mary Dittoe, Peqqy Grodin, Connie Grossman, Mary lo Taylor, Lydene Keim, Margaret Kline, Marcia Kovanda, lean Ad-
ams, Ruth Wrede, Marguerite White, Miss lohnstonp 2nd--lean Blau, Betty Raney, Dorothy Barber, Sallie Smith, Lydia Triqqs, Emma
lean Teisher, Lois Oeberman, Anna Martha Gemmel, Mary Gene Oppenheimer, lanice Makati, Elaine Fisher, Bella Fleishmanp 3rd--e
Maxine Musser, Ianet Altman, lrene Gitson, Peggy Hart, Betty Urschel, Dorothy Kutis, Carol Karnpp, Lydia Rydholm, Nancy Baker, Mar-
jorie File, Virginia Keckler, loyce Clark.
BOOTS 8a SADDLE
SEE THE DARING EQUESTRIENNES PERFORM BREATH TAKING FEATS
ON THE BACKS OF DASHING CHARGERS!
The purpose oi the Boots and Saddle Club is to give girls who are inter-
ested in ridinq an opportunity to participate more frequently in this sport.
Every spring the qirls have some sort oi picnic, this year it was a steak-roast.
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L. to r. lst Laura Hecht, Grant Goodman, Miss Sellers, Andrew Baggaley, Helen Hara
rinqtonq fZnlt lack Rurlqholder, Ralph Donaldson lean Roughton, lack Bender, Not in
picture Ralph Dittoe.
LEARN THE LANGUAGE OE THE NATIONS, THE KEY TO WORLD
UNDERSTANDING, THE MEETING GROUND OE ALL NATIONALITIESI
The Esperanto Club is organized tor the purpose oi learning Esperanto,
the international language. Members ot the club read and correspond in this
language. Using magazines and periodicals written in Esperanto, a student
acts as instructor and leads the group in reading and recitation. Sponsored
by Miss Sellers, the nienibers convene every Wednesday.
THIS WAY EOLKS--SEE THE EXPERTS DO IT. FLASHING EOILS,
Ranking high among the clubs which develop poise and body control
in their nienibers, is the Eencing Club, The prograrn ot this group consists ot
drills, practices, and the learning ot the correct theory ot fencing. The top
seven boy and girl tencers coniprise the Varsity Fencing Teani.
L. to r, lst Itvi' Sliwrixitt, Rill Smith, Bolt luster, lizn Grahani, Phil Smith, 2nd Gi ive
Vwritliivh, lirml Rvutol, Carl Ryrou, Mrs. Gahri, Tail Vtfagnor, Virginia Grtiliani: liil
lhivv Rtrlilwui, Allan Norvvtild, lack Norlin, Bill LeI.ievio, Wes Spciai, Ken Horth, 'flwiri
L. to r.-lst luliana Reese, Veva Norlin, Ianet Dressler, Miss Wickwire, leanne Weber, Helen Green, 2nd-Ieanne Krause, Anne Thomp-
son, Barbara Rupp, Marian Riebe, Kathryn Holman, Virginia Graham: 3rd-Phoebe Burrows, Barbara Avery, Sarah Burt, Kay Mayers,
Helen Harrington, lean Graves, Claire Daintonp 4th-fRuth Wrede, David Garvin, Wilbert Hubbell, Kenneth Lynn, Bill Patterson, lacque-
line Shaw: Not in picture Nancy Burt, lean Cram, lohn de Hamel, Doris Emerson, Eileen Foley, Betty Golden, Edward Loomis, Marilyn
ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE lNTELLECTUALSl MEET THE MOST PROM-
ISING POETS AND AUTHORS OF THE DAY!
Scribblers devote their
work. At their Sunday
To foster student interest in better writing, the
school meetings to reading and discussing their own
afternoon teas, they enjoy the talks given by outside
most illustrious guests this year was the well known
slANE'r lJRlCSSl.liR . . . .... I'ra.m1w1f. . . . .
JICANNIZ VVICRICR . . . . . Iyllft'-lIl'K'.YffI!l'lIf. . . .
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speakers. One of their
poet, Robert P. Tristram
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L. to r. lst Lee Allen, Tom Foulds, Mrs. Bishop, Wallace Weil, Bob Aufterheide, Mar-
tin Evans, 2nd Bob faster, Bob Friedman, Lex Schoonover, Hal Karklin, Bob Esch, lim
Wattenmakerg 3rd--'Herb Ascherman, Dan Friedman, Bob Bcllus, Don Strachan, Bill
Blair, Not in picture Roland Strasshofer.
THIS WAY FOR LIVE DISCUSSIONS-VITAL ISSUES OF THE DAY!
Members of the Open Forum obtain a better knowledge of contemporary
affairs through informal panel discussions and debates. They are able to in-
form you on the pro's and con's of current problems, such as shipping food
to refugees, trade treaties, and compulsory arbitration of labor disputes. This
group meets every Thursday under the guidance of Mrs. Bishop.
RIGHT THIS WAY, FOLKS! YOUR PICTURE TAKEN WHILE YOU WAIT!
In the interest of better photography, this club takes many trips to find
unusual material for pictures. The frequent photographic displays of the
members' own work taken on outside trips improve picture-taking technique
by bringing out the good and bad points of the pictures.
L. to r. lst George Sackett, Mr, Moritz, Mary Adam, Anna Martha Gemmel, Dick
Combs, Chittenden Combs, Znd--Gene Griese, Allen Grossman, Bob Kohn Henry Cryer,
Bill Martin, Ed Danforth, Nct in picture" Alyn Benscn, lack Burkholder, Donald Cryer,
L. to r. lst f-Lucille Miller, Beverly Masch, Irene Mullaney, Marilyn Murphy, Sue Bot-
ley, Dot Carpenter, 2nd-f-Barbara Lang, Marian Barber, Pat Iones, Dorothy Frye, Muriel
Thomas, Harriett Smith, Nancy Bailey: 3rd-Lois Rossbach, Margaret Hudgeon, Ruthanne
Abele, Iulia Larson, Patty LaRocco, Marian Iones, Lydene Keimg 4th--Mildred Cohagen,
Peggy Hart, Virginia Colston, Pat Quigley, Mary D. Phipps, Adelaide Mortong 5th
Louise Schweitzer, Marcia Kovanda, Carol Lapp, Ruth Wrede, Ann LeLievreg Not in
picture'---Phyllis Archer, Elizabeth Chvosta, Ann Colton, Betsy Holler, Carol Mueller,
Virginia Perkins, Mary Gene Oppenheimer, Sally Smith,
OVER HERE, WE HAVE THE CHARMING YOUNG LADIES WHO EX-
TEND SUCH A GENEROUS, HELPING HAND TO THE COMMUNITY!
This organization is composed of the junior members ot the Cleveland
YWCA. They pertorm a large variety ot services which include helping
needy families, making bandages, and reading to invalids.
GIRL RESERVES 8g CONGRESSIONAL
L. to r.- -lst Tom Rogers, Neil Sawdey, Bill Anderson, Mr. Miller: Znd- Bob Falls, Dave
Thrailkill, Dave Garvin, Bill Lister, Dave Benedictg 3rd--Bruce Fielding, George Webster,
Francis Neville, lack Schuyler, Chuck King, Bob Post, Not in picture Ken Lynn, Bill
Blair, Neal Brunner, Iim Collister, Tom Foulds, lim Speaker,
HERE ARE COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT GUIDES TO SERVE YOU! .....
The quiet industrious lads who are always willing to give service com-
prise the Congressional Club. The school owes a great deal to these boys
who have sponsored basketball, dances, aided at swimming and wrestling
meets and ushered at school attairs and P.T.A. gatherings.
to I'.flSl-IECIII Muscatel, Barbara Hansell, Margie Smith, Louise Adler, Betty Hodge, Amy Ruth Iacobson, Beverly Masch, Lucille
iller, Ieanne Krause, Ieanne Weber, Marian Iohnston, Anne Thompson, Peggy Hart, Betty Sue MacFarland, Marilyn Mills, Pat Pank-
irst, Betty Gauthier: 2nd-Bernelda Brennan, Virginia Leeb, Eileen Naegel, Barbara Clarke, Helen Harrington, Patty Schoonover, Mary
aberts, lane Garrett, Dorothy Given, Frances Bell, Charlotte Fassen, Nancy Schuyler, Winiired Foster, Barbara Avery, Iean Boughton,
rin Colton, Marian Boykin, Elsie Reichle, lane Schellentrager, Thalia Bell, Mildred Cohagen, Kathryn Patno, Elaine Welsh: 3rd-Bar-
rra Harper, Pat MacCaiierty, Adelaide Morton, Ruby Brown, Eleanor Kempsmith, Margaret Hudgeon, Betty Krepps, Mary Ellen Mac-
anald, Ann Broadbent, Bebe Gray, lane Carter, jane Andrew, Eleanor Harper, Shirley Herrick, lean Fielding, Shirley Cohn, Barbara
rnbaum, Alberta Boher, Connie Weil, Dorothy Carpenter, Marjorie King, Dale Kunklep 4th-Iulie Krauslich, Suzanne White, Iune Evans,
vis Clark, lean Bottomley, Barbara Lang, Joanne Snowberg, Kate Gerstenberger, Barbara Buchanan, Nancy Burt, Lois Schmidt, Patsy
xrnosh, Phyllis Archer, Marian Iones, Charlotte Wills, lean Hertz, lane Ann Gentholts, Flora Mae Burger: 5th-Ellen Dittoe, Lois Mueller,
irbara Davidson, Mary Young, Anne Weisman, Betty Skuse, Marjorie Fife, Ann Wright, Shirley Iirus, lean Deucker, Nancy Finley,
izabeth Newhall, Doris Mellman, Ann LeLievre, Lydene Keim, Marjorie Estes, lane Paryzek, Ruth Fetzer, Irene Gitson, Patty Dickey,
elen Boggisp Sth-Virginia Roof, LaVelle Pelton, Carol Lapp, Betty Pierce, Kay Mayers, Ann Steuer, Ianet Altman, Nancy Martin, Ann
Jlston, Virginia Colston, lane Ramsdell, lean Cram, Mary Helen Patterson, Eleanor Warren, Betty Spring, Mary D. Phipps, Marcey
'nn, Billie Feddery, Marcia Kovanda, Pat Ouigleyp 7th-lane Coutney, Eileen Conners, Barbara Watkins, Gertrude Legge, Marilyn Mil-
r, Marie Masek, Iulia Larson, Patty LaRocco, Winiired Smith, Muriel Mixer, Aileen Kyman, Adelee Stern, Ruth Iames, Mary lane
rider, Ioanne Williams, Lore Ziechmann, Evelyn Bell, Betty Adell, Ianet Dressler, lacqueline Shaw, Eleanor Pecsok, Nancy Hobbs, Pat
MIRIAM STAGE LEAGUE
BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE! BE SURE TO GET ENOUGH SO AS NOT TO
MISS ANY OF THE EVENTS!
"Service to the community, to the school, and to the individual." The
Miriam Stage League carries out its motto by aiding poor families with Thanks-
giving and Christmas baskets, by helping at the evening P.T.A. meetings,
by cheerfully accepting any responsibilities delegated to them, and by spon-
soring talks on the personal problems oi the girls.
L. to r.-lst-Milton Fromson, Bill Dorer, Tom Deuring, Bob Post, Ranny Osterthaler,
Neal Brunner, Bob Eschy 2nd-Bill Blair, Tony Sgro, lack Coleman, Bob Botley, Bob
Dyas, Dick White, Dave Thrailkill, Bill Lister, Mr. Ellis, 3rd---Iay Brunner, lack Spur-
ney, Tom Murphy, Harry Newman, Don Freeman, Ken I-Iorth, Edgar Francis, George
Webster, 4th-lack Weber, lack Foley, Don Phelps, Bob Adams, Ken Brennan, lack
Taylor, Dick Collister, Warren Hrach, Lee Allen.
TRY OUT YOUR VOCAL CHORDS, BOYS! SING ANYTHING YOU LIKE
IUST SO IT'S MUSIC!
This is a new club formed at the special request oi a group ot boys who
wanted to get together and sing the music of their choice. They have already
performed in an assembly before the student body.
SOULFUL SERENADES, FAMILIAR FOLK SONGS-SUNG BY LILTING
The music sung by the Girls' Glee Club covers a wide variety, ranging
from popular American music to the old, traditional songs of other lands.
Although the club is new this year, the girls have already taken part in a
musical assembly. The Glee Club meets daily and the members receive the
same scholastic credit as those enrolled in a regular music class.
L. to r.-lst--Betty Gauthier, Virginia Leeb, Eleanor Warren, Audree Yanson, Patty
Dickey, Carol Wander, Bella Fleishmanp Znd-Charlotte Berry, Dorothy Barber, Marion
Drake, Nancy Haflinger, Gertrude Klein, Grace Ornstein, lean Bowkerg 3rd-Shirley
Singer, Ann Colton, lean Miller, Eileen Conners, Barbara Bohnet, lane Paryzekg 4thf
Connie Grossman, Nancy Bell, Mr. Ellis, Roselyn Faragher, Margaret Lehman, Patsy Toll.
to r, lst Helen Lonardo, Frances Cappo, Barbara Rupp, Winiired Smith, Elsie Cook, Tom Deuring, Bolv Adams, Paul Kimliall, Ann
roadlvent, Ethel Enirnarinel, Peggy Freeland, Nancy Dublin, Elizalieth Seeley: 2nd Belie Gray, Suzanne White, Barliara Brett, Nancy
fxker, lean Hertz, Shirley lirus, Evelyn Schecter, Ruth Reinhardt, Sue Botley, Gloria Boyd, Lydia Triggs, loanne Cook, lane Srshollen
ager, 3rd Claire Dainton, Thalia Boll, M-irion Boykin, Louise Schweitzer, Gladys Carter, Mary Gone Oppcrilieirrmr, Alive Mastnvy
nne Thompson, Muriel Mixer, lean Cram, laniss Diamond, Phyllis Koller, Betty Sue MacF'arland, lim Cory, 4th Arthur Fussncr, lim
Jwker, Bill Darrel, Alice Schultz, Anthony Sara, Bob Botley, lacwc Coleman, Bob Falls, Alan Ahrons, Doris Mellman, Lydia Rydhalm
'arcey Lynn, loe Rao, lane Broadbent, bth Faye Widelierg, Marilyn Spelrnan, Sue Cohen, Ruth Marie Pollard, lack Taylor, Irving
Aster, llirlc Nnnantalwi, Mi. Ellis, lack Taylor, lack de Hamel, Benson Bleitman, Dick White, Dave Garvin, lulie lirauslicli.
SIXTY-FIVE VOICES BLENDING IN PERFECT HARMONY TO CREATE
THE DELICATE SHADINGS OF A GIANT HUMAN ORGAN!
The largest musical organization in the school is the A Cappella choir.
This group gives several concerts throughout the year and presents the beauti-
lul program oi Christmas carols. Two events which take place every spring
are the A Cappella's participation in the Lake Erie League Festival and the
presentation ol the annual operetta.
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L. to r.-Ist-Warren Glauberq Charles Kiraly, Iohn Alline, W8TMAg lack Sweeney,
W8VLXp Znd-Harry Darata, W8SOI, Dave Baldwin, George Kneipg Bob Farrowy Dave
HEAR THE VOICES OF FRIENDS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY COMING
THROUGH THE ETHER!
The boys in this club make contacts via their radio sets with other ama-
teur radio operators in all parts of the country. Before the war, the club used
to talk to people in many foreign lands, but now the field has been cut down
to the United States and its territorial possessions.
FREE ADMISSION .... HEAR THE GOLDEN-TONGUED ORATORS!
"An educated tongue is an educated mind," might Well be the motto of
the Rostrum Club. This group meets on alternate Wednesdays and Fridays
under the supervision ot Mrs. Strela. Extemporaneous speeches and participa-
tion in the Lake Erie League Speech contest and the WHK student discussion
group give the club members a full, well-rounded program.
L. to r.-lst-Chuck Miller, Herb Ascherrnan, Mrs. Strela, Sam Federmang Znd-Bernice
Menk, Ianice Makoff, Grace Reagan, Mary Adam: firde Dorothy Forrester, Phyllis
Bruce, lim Wattenmaker, Irene Gitson, Ann Lockwood.
L. to r. lst Chuck Kiraly, lim Collister, Mr. French, Bill Smith, Lee Alleng 7nd Bob
Esch, Gertrude Klein, Betsy Chapin, Betty Spring, Martorie Estes, Bob Folk, ftrd Chuck
Miller, Bill Kennedy, Roger Doxsey, Alan Sands, Sidney Katy, lack Prentice, Bill Killpacky
4th lack Sweeney, Bill Porter, Toni Foulds, Bob Farrow, Carson Kent, Bill Patterson,
Head Kuhns, Frank Bakery Not in picture George Iohnson.
THE CHANCE QF A LIFETIME .... VIEW THE SCIENTIFIC WONDERS
OF THE UNIVERSE! . . .
Students who possess a sincere interest in expanding their knowledge of
the various aspects of science and who are wiiling to report to others some
of their experiences in this field comprise the membership of the Science Club.
Field trips, guest lecturers, and educational films make up an interesting year's
program for the club.
WATCH THE WIZARDS PERFOHM THEIR MATHEMATICAL MAGIC!
In room II3 on Wednesday afternoons may be seen, hard at work,
Shakers prospective engineers. At this time these students are taught how
to perform the fundamental operations of mathematics by the use of a siide
rule, which is a great aid in computing involved mathematical problems. Ex-
planation is offered by Mr. Storms concerning the proper application of the
slide rule, and the group proceeds to work various exercises.
I.. to r. lst Henry Ciyor, Mr, Storms, Ken Horthg ind George Sackett, Dave Burdick,
Clyde Patterson, Dave Baldwin, George Kneip.
F. A. A.
L. to r. lst Grace Reagan, Ruth Reinhardt, Helen Harrinqton, lane Schellentraqor, Bar-
bara Brett, Ruth Marie Pollard, Eleanor Warren, Paul Dieter, Ruthanne Abele, Mrs.
Gunn, 2nd Alice Schultz, Benson Breitnian, Ted Bloomfield, Clyde Patterson, Andrew
Baqaaley, Dick Elliot, Prank Opatrny, Bob Thobaben, Sandy Dieter, Ieanne Weber, Not
in picture Bernice Menk.
COME RIGHT IN, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, AND HEAR THE GREAT-
EST MUSIC OF THE WORLD PLAYED BY THE FINEST MUSICIANS OF ALL
The unique organization of the school, the S.F.A.A., is designed primarily
to aive music students an opportunity to perform more often in recitals of
classical music. The informal club meetings are held in the homes of the
SEE THE ART EXHIBIT! PAINTINGS, MODELING, AND METAL WORKI
The members of this club do not necessarily belona to the art classes, but
they are students interested in workina out their ideas throuqh different me-
diums. The qoal of the members is to have their handiwork ready for their
art exhibit the second week in April.
L. to r, lst Catherine Iones, Ruth Wrede, Marilyn Bauer, Miss Ely, Znd Ethel Emanuel,
Muriel Tliornas, Mab Du Hamel, Evelyn Peltz, Ruth Lawson, Sid Marian Barber, Mary
Gene Oppenheimer, Doris Krohnqold, Frances Glowe, 4th lolrn de Hamel, Adele Stev-
enson, lean Bouahton, Sue Cohen, lim Reese,
to r.-lst-Ianet Dressler, Wallace Weil, Juliana Reese, Dick Collister, Marilyn Bauer, 2nd-Lois Oeberman, Marian Riebe Doris Mae
idler, Muriel Thomas, Flora-Lu Lockwood, Netra Siegel, Miss Palmer, 3rd-Miss Ely, George Sackett, Ed Sieqler Mr Ames Chuck
ller, Hari Stoiter, Miss Wickwire.
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130 ys' Sports Etlll-f0I' .........
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BIISIIICTS . .
. . . .JULIANA REESE
. . . .XNALLACE XVEIL
. . .lX'll7RIlCL THOMAS
. . . .JOIIN KELLOGG
..... .lJICK COLLISTER
M AR-IORIIE XYONDERLICII
. . . . . .JANET lJRESSI.IiR
S FLORA-LI' LOCKVVOOII
. . . . .lin SIEGLER
. . . .HART STOTTER
. . .NIETTA SIEGEL
. . .GEORGE SACKETT
.. .MISS lNlAl!l2I. RLY
.....lNIR. ALVIN AMES
.Miss GALE VVICKVVIRIQ
..MIss IXGNES PALMER
L. to r.-'lst Sarah Burt, Barbara Davidson, Catherine lanes, layne Carter, Phyllis
Bruceg 2nd--Neal Brunner, Bob Post, Hart Stotter, loe Nash, Sal Russo, Bruce Fielding,
Srd- Don Freeman, Bud Longo, lohn Wolf, Ken Brennan, Torn Murphy, Chuck King.
SEE THE CAGEEUL OE RAGING LIONS AND TIGERS TAMED BY THE
CRACKING WHIPS OF THE EXPERT ANIMAL TAMERS!
Each period ot the day, trustworthy pupils act as advisers in study halis
206 and cafeteria. These student monitors maintain quiet and take attendance.
Applications for such positions are received by the Central Committee, and the
students are selected on basis of their character and scholastic record.
SEE THE MOST SPECTACULAR SHOW OF THE SEASON! WITNESS
THE REMARKABLE DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS!
This group is the force behind the honor study hall system. It appoints
the advisers, checks the absences from study hall, and handles student ot-
tenses. The Central Committee has recently inaugurated a new system
whereby the study hall adviser, as well as the pupil, may give his side ot the
story concerning the offense.
L. to rf- lst--Flora-Lu Lockwood, Iuliana Reese, Mrs. Gunn, Marjorie Woliderlich, Anne
Weismarig Znd- 'Bill Lister, Doug Abbott, lack Schuyler, Frances Neville, Tom Rogers,
to r.-lst-Winifred Foster, Doris Emerson, Ken Lynn, Bob Adams, I-Iart Stotterp 2nd--Ruth Williams, Shirley Goldstein, Marcey Lynn
:xrilyn Sheperd, Aileen Kyman, Betty Golden: Srdelim Wattenmaker, Ed Sieqler, Ann LeLievre, Carol Lapp, Dick Laird, Sal Russo
xl Karlmy 4th-Francis Neville, lack Schuyler, Irving Paster, Danny Friedman, Don Cryer, Don Freeman.
THIS WAY FOR HIGH CLASS SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENT!
The Inter-Club Council was formed "to promote better social activities
and understanding among the students, and to uphold the influence and further
the social interests of Shaker High." The Council has improved the clubs'
standards, and it has organized regulations by which they abide in a demo-
cratic spirit. This club council has not only formed a sports league, but has
also sponsored school dances.
fffllfftll Clmirzzzmz . . . . .KENNETH LYNN
Smvvfzzrhv ....... .... I DORIS IQMERSON
Trva.v1rrw' . . .... Bon AIIAINIS
L, to r.f-- seated--Libby Newhall, Winifred Foster, Dick Collister, Marjorie Estes, Neal Brunner, lst-Icanne Snowberg, Amy Ruth Iacob-
son, Barbara Buchanan, Betty Krepps, Ruth Fetzer, Betty Spring, Barbara Birnbaum, Allene Denny, lane Garrett, Barbara Lang, Dorothy
Carpenter, Patty Schoonover, Kathryn Patno, Betty Gauthier, lean Steck, Patty Dickey: 2nd-Ruby Brown, Elizabeth Chvosta, Lois Meul-
ler, Anne Weisman, Irene Gitson, Barbara I-Iansell, Nancy Finley, Phil Smith, Bob Ruthenberg, Dave Thrailkill, Irene Mullaney, Eileen
Conners, Ellen Dittoe, Anne Thompson, lane Carter, Gene Griese, 3rd-Lex Schoonover, Dick White, Bill Porter, Doug Abbott, Iack Turn-
er, Harry McCrory, lack Norlin, Paul Dieter, Carson Kent, Tom Foulcls, Ioe Nash, Chuck Miller, lack Coleman, Bob Sangdahl, Iack Pren-
tice, Robert Danaceau, Bill Anderson.
ONLY A FEW MORE SEATS FOR THE PANORAMA OF THE NATIONS,
FOLKSI FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED!
In its semi-monthly meetings the Travel Club enjoys fine colored movies
or occasional student talks on foreign countries. One of the high lights of the
year is the unusual party given for the club members each spring.
L. to r. lst Elaine Fisher, Fern Altman, Betty Golden, Boselyn Glaser, Patty Dickey,
lean Fielding, Betty lack, Marilyn Bauer, Adrienne Ailes, Sally latte, lean Davis, Eleanor
Harper, Qnd Dorothy Barber, Paula Brand, Marian Barber, Aileen Kyman, Arthur Fuss-
ner, Shirley Cohn, Phyllis Archer, Buth Fetzer, leanne Bottomley, Eleanor Kempsrnith,
Birth l.nnos, Kate Gorstenberger, Barbara Davidsong 3rd Barbara Avery, Sue Botley,
Dorothy Frye, Doris Mae Heidler, Mildred Cohagen, Peggy Hart, leanette Behrn, Char'
latte Fassen, Barbara Harper, Beverly Hall, Marion Boykin, lane Broadbent, Barbara
Howes, 4th Buth lacobs, lune Evans, Marian lones, Mary Dublin, Lydene Keim, Vir-
ginia Keckler, Nancy Bell, Doris Krahngold, Barbara Bohnet, Margaret Hudgeon, lanice
Caddy, Carol Kampp, Buth Geddes: 5th Buth lones, Phoebe Burrows, Bonnie Green,
Phyllis Bruce, lean Cram, Dick Free, Sandy Dieter, Art Handler, Dorothy Kutis, Mary
Allen, Sue Cohen, Bob Klausner, Not in picture Bill Alster, lane Andrews, lacky Arni-
strona, Irene Arndt, Edward Bones, Evelyn Bell, Mollie Bell, Thalia Bell, lay Brunner,
Elizabeth Chusta, lane Coutney, lean Deucker, Bob Dyas, Neal Erdman, Chester Firshow,
Eileen Foley, Catherine Galies, lean Graves, Nancy Hobbs, Virginia Hobin, Betty Hodge,
Betty Holler, Bob leavons, Shirley lirus, Marian lohnston, Ernest loseph, Patsy Karnosh,
Carol Kaurpp, Charles Kilroy, lulie Krauslich.
L. to r. lst Carryl Ann Lloyd, lean Muscatel, loan Stair, Winitred Smith, lulia Larson,
Patty LaBocco, Grayce Vondrich, Marie Masek, Margie Smith, Betty Lader, Dorothy
Spacek, Sally Stotterg 2nd Lois Oeberman, Barbara Baby, Ann Lockwood, Mary Worthy,
Lois Schmidt, Muriel Mixer, Dave Toll, Cyril Zenisek, lohn Sedlak, Barbara Watkins,
luliana Beese, Flora-Lu Lockwood, Marilyn Miller, Carol Peritorep 3rd Barbara White,
Martha Whitrner, Mary Beinhardt, loan McLatchie, Buth Bichardson, Bill Bosenblurn,
lerome Bini, Dick Palmer, Ann Steuer, Lucille Page, Eleanor Warren, Pat McCatierty,
Mary Young, Alice Mastnyp 4th-W Buth Lawson, Beverly Morgan, Linda Proctor, Mary D.
Phipps, Ann Wright, Carl Vanis, Bob Thobaben, Tom Murphy, Evelyn Mack, Marlorie
Sill, Margaret Lehman, Betty Skuse, Virginia Boot, Lois Bossbach, Virginia Lowe: 5th
Lucille Miller, Babette Morgan, Lois Trebing, Buth Wrede, Marilyn Murphy, Kay Mayers,
Louis Rosen, Arthur Newman, Wesley Spear, Martha Webb, Louise Schweitzer, Pat
Quigley, Carolyn Beese, loanne Williams: Not in picture- Ann LeLievre, Beverly Masch,
Marilyn Mills, Maxine Musser, Harry Newman, Mary Gene Oppenheimer, Mary Helen
Patterson, Eleanor Pecsok, lune Petzinger, Betty Pierce, Bob Prior, lane Ramsdell, Don
Bayrnond, Mary Roberts, Allen Boot, Alice Shaw, lacguie Shaw, Bob Sherratt, Barbara
Spencer, Paul Spurney, Aaron Stern, loan Stevens, Boland Strasshoter, Buth Strong,
Muriel Thomas, Myron Urdang, lane Webb, lean Weber, lack Weber, Mariorie Wise,
L. to r.-'lst---Grace Reagan, Betsy Chapin, Marion Erlandson, Connie Weil, Ann Lockwood, Ruth Iames, Winifred Foster, 2nd4David
' ' ' ' ' 3 dfD th K' , M rle Foreit, Ann Steuer,
Toll, Bob Esch, Bruce Fielding, lim Wattenmaker, Grant Goodman, Allan Bing, lack DuMont, r oro y ing y
Phoebe Burrows, Shirley Landy, LaVelle Pelton, Dale Kunkle, Virginia Graham, 4th-Chuck Miller, Hart Stotter, Nancy Burt, lean Cram,
Iulianne Strate, Virginia Colston, Ann LeLievre, Dick Gonda, Warren Glauberg 5th--Bob Aufterheide, Dick Uhlig, Don Strachan, Bob
Ballus, Ralph Donaldson, Bill LeLievre, loe Nash, Herb Ascherman, Prank Hess, Bill Blair.
COME SEE THE SCRIBES AT WORK! READ THE LATEST NEWS!
The Sl1lIkl'l'Tft' contains the most recent information of school news and
activities. Throughout the year the newspaper has sponsored school polls
dealing with affairs of current national and scholastic interest. The paper was
entered in the National Scholastic Press Association, and six members of the
staff, while attending the convention, acted as student chairmen. The staff has
inaugurated a new streamlined make-up, which has modernized the paper's
appearance. The S11lIlfUI'1'fL' publication is an extra-curricular activitiy, and no
regular meeting time is set for the staff during school hours.
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flsxixttzzzf ljtmulry Editor
.S'fwr1's Editors ..........
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Evufzrrv Editor .....
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Earldly .'fd'Ul'.S'0l'S . .
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. . . .BARBARA ,AVIERY
S Bois BRUNNER
2 JIM GRAHAM
-UH l HARVEY FISHER
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.Nl Miss CRYSTAL CARRUTIIERS
1 MR. G. G. STARR
L. to r.- lst- -Barbara Avery, Kenneth Lynn, Willard Hertz, Netta Siegel: Znd-Ruth Am-
merman, Miss Carruthers, lim Graham, Kay Mayers, Sarah Burt: 3rd Harvey Fisher,
Mr. Starr, Bob Brunner, Iohn Iubbell.
RIGHT TI-IIS WAY LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, YOURS MAY BE TI-IE
MILLION DOLLAR RADIO VOICE! . . .
The pleasant and clear voices which announce the morning bulletin be-
long to members ot the Public Address Statt. Besides reading the announce-
ments, they prepare short skits as publicity tor school functions.
One must not forget to mention the ever handy students who act as engi-
neers in charge of the technical control.
L. to r. lst Nancy Baker, Mr. Staiger, Phyllis Bruce, 2nd, Dave Garvin, lim Collister,
Bob Autterheide, lack Foley, Dave Benedict, 3rd Neil Sawdey, Bill LeLievre, lohn Kel-
logg, Dick Collister.
L. to r. lst Eileen Naegel, Dave Garvin, Dave Benedict, Bob Etills, Chuck King, Toni
Rogers, Nancy Blair, 2nd Gloria Boyd, Mariorie Estes, Virginia Howes, Suzanne White,
'lhalia Bell, Martoiie King, Pat McCafferty, Eleanor Vtfarien, Iird Bill linriivi, George'
Sternad, Ralph Kovanda, Marian lohnston, Helen Green, Libby Nnwhall, Bertha Allcn,
Neal Brunner, lack DulVlont7 4th- Mr, Thrailkill, lint Collistei, Bill Oster, Torn Eonlds,
Edgar Francis, Sandy Dieter, Bob She-rratt, Dave Thiaillcillg Sth lack Scliuylci, lacl:
Tuinei, Doug Abbott, Phil Slcove, Bill LeLievre, Don Cryer, low Nash.
STEP UP AND WITNESS DEMOCRACY AT WORK!
The Council iunctions as a representative assembly oi responsible persons,
charting the financial, civic, and social course tor the student body ot Shaker.
lt is in this organization that the principles ot democracy are put into practical
action. The horneroorns' delegates convene as a body, and then proceed to
work through cornniittees. The Council has charge oi handbook publication,
school assemblies, and noon rnovies.
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L, to 1. lst Bah Falls, Dave Benedict, 2nd Tom Rogers, Clntck Kina, Dave Garvin.
L. to ry lst loe lofredo, Bill Lister, Gene Kaber, Bill Blair, Ted Goldstein, Kenneth
Novak, lim Speaker, George Webster, Bill Anderson, Ralph Dittoe, lohn Grossman,
Sherman Thomas, 2nd lane Gentholts, Mary Adam, Marilyn Bauer, Margie Smith, Win-
ifred Foster, lane Andrew, Kate Gerstenberger, Helen Boggis, Adelee Stern, Shirlee
Greenwald, lune Turek, Evelyn Starner, Eleanor Pecsok, lean Fielding, Betty Spring,
Betsy Chapin, Mary lane Phipps, Mary Roberts, 3rd Eileen Naegel, Ruth Williams,
Rosemary Eickhott, Ruby Brown, Mariorie Estes, Nancy Schuyler, Anna Martha Gem-
mel, Marian Riebe, Barbara Howes, Catherine lones, Ruth Strong, Doris Mae Heidler,
Lucille Miller, Mariorie King, Mary Cohn, Patty Schoonover, Neal Brunner, Bob Dyas,
flth Bob Post, Dick Laird, Louise Adler, Barbara Avery, Thalia Bell, lane Carter, lean
Weber, lanet Dressler, Helen Green, Carol Kampp, Linda Proctor, lulie Krauslich, lay
Brunner, Bob Thobabenq 5th Austin Moorhead, Bob Harris, Neil Sawdey, Dick Uhlig,
lack Spurney, Mary Helen Patterson, lean Cram, Marilyn Murphy, lacqueline Shaw,
Pat Quigley, Betty Pierce, lon MacLachlan, Harvey Fisher, Dick King, Marve Schultz,
Lex Schoonover, Ranny Osterthalerp Sth Sal Russo, Harry Newman, Bob Shisler, lack
Turner, loe Nash, Don Phelps, Alyn Benson, Morton Rosen, Carl Huntley, Ken Bren
nan, lack Taylor, Wilbert Hubbell, Stan Lybarger, Paul Knight, Torn Foulds, Doug Ab'
hott, Bob Sherratt.
THEY GET THEIR MAN EVERY TIME! SEE HGW THEY DO lT!
Every period of the school day the halls of Shaker are governed by a
most effective and necessary organization, the Booster Force. These reliable
students prevent loitering in the halls, keep confusion at a minimum, and see
that the corridors remain clean and orderly.
Several students spend their study time in the offices of the deans. These
persons are most familiarly known as Deans' Assistants. Their activities in-
clude the answering of phones and the delivering of notes,
L. to r. lst Tom Murphy, lack Schuyler, Francis Neville, Dick Collister, 2nd Ken
Horth, Ed Lewis, Lex Schoonover, Dave Thrailkill, Dave Benedict: 3rd Bill Porter, Wal-
lace Weil, Bob Ballus, Scott Parsons, Dave Griese, Chuck King.
Continued from page 31
Schonmeyer, Freeland, Howe, and Neville,
Ballus whose smile gives the girls all a thrill,
Reichle, and Reinhardt, the songbird of Shaker,
Feddery, Hecker, Ramsdell, and Baker,
Iubell for business has quite a knack,
Taylor, and Horth who's a star on the track,
Hirsch, and MacLachlan, a bonny young laddie
Patterson, Pasek, Mixer, and Caddy,
Sgro, as a crooner, is hard to beat,
Urschel, and Krepps who's really a treat,
Bowker, and Roth, the smallest in size,
Paster, and Kellogg, who both touch the skies,
Avery, the poet, known for her skill,
Oeberman, Siegel, Sedlak, and Sill,
Beale, the boy with the soft Southern drawl,
Greenberger, Diamond, Pollard, and Hall,
Alline, and Williams, a glamorous deb,
Schweitzer, Carlozzi, Freeman, and Webb,
Newman, a basketball star of renown,
Elliot, Sacket, Gentholts, and Brown,
Cassaro, the typist who takes first prize,
LoSchiavo, Lerner, Stannard, and Wise,
Boykin, and Hodge, a red-headed queen,
Palmison, Huntley, Krauslich, and Green,
Bauer, and Dainton, with true artists' flair,
Baggaley, Donaldson, geniuses rare,
Bender, and Garvin who keeps all the "dough",
DuHamel, Sowers, loseph, and Glowe,
Karklin, and Rogers, a charming Beau Brummel
Rothenburg, Siegler, Kunkle, and Gemmell,
Krohngold, and Dick, a ballet danseuse,
Schuenaman, Killpack, Iirus, and Bruce,
Shaw, and DeHamel whose humor's unique,
Foster, and Adler whose costumes are chic,
Whitmer, and Ailes Who's pretty and pert,
Szatmary, Friedman, Deuring, and Burt,
Benedict known as a radio "ham",
Hanousek, Griese, Mortus, and Cram,
Kaber and Raney with rifles are good,
Rosenbaum, Stevens, Dressler, and Wood,
Andrew, and Krause, an athletic maid,
Fiderius, latte, Adam, and Shade,
Now as l come to the end of my toil,
There's just room enough left for Strong, Post, and Doyle
Parysek, Yanson, Norlin, and Cory,
And this, my friends, is the end of my story.
BY WILBERT HUBBELL
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Boots and Saddle .... ........
Booster Captains ...............
Boosters and Deans' Assistants..
Boys' Bowling ..................
Bravo ............. . . .
Central Committee . . . . . .
Congressional ...... . . .
Esperanto ......... . . .
Fencing .... . . .
Friendship . . . . .
Boys' Glee ........... . . .
Girls' Glee .....................
Honor Study Hall Advisers .....
Inter-Club Council .............
Miriam Stage League
Open Forum .........
P. A. Staff .........
Radio ...... . . .
Rostrum . . . . . .
Science .... . . .
Scribblers . . . , . .
S. F. A. A. ..... . . .
Shaker Art ...... . . .
Shakerite Editors ..
Slide Rule ............. . . .
Student Council ..........
Student Council Oiiicers ..
Travel ................... . . .
Travel Club Officers ....
CANDID PAGES ..... 41, 50, 57,
January Graduates ..
June Graduates ......
Senior Class Oiiicers
FACULTY . . .
Drama and Theater
Mr. Patin's Message
Senior Poem . . .... . . .
Basketball ........ .. 48
Cheerleaders .- 54
Coaches ...... .. 55
Fencing .... -. 53
Golf Team ...... .... 5 3
Rifle Club ........ .. 52
Swimming Team .... .... 5 2
Track Team ....... .... 5 1
Wrestling ........... .. 51
Review ....... .. 56
Leaders .. .. 58
Shares .- 59
STUDENT PICTURE INDEX.. . 91
Abbott, Douglas . .38, 48, 80, 82, 86, 87
Abele, Robert ................ 35, 65
Abele, Ruthanne .......... 15, 72, 78
Abrams, Sally . . . ........... . . 32
Adam, Mary ..... ..... 1 5, 71, 76, 87
Adams, Jeanne .... ...... 3 8, 65, 68
Adams, Richard ................ 35
Adams, Robert ...... 15, 47, 74, 75, 81
Adell, Betty . . . ...... 9, 10, 58, 73
Adler, Louise . . . ...... 15, 73, 87
Ahrens, Alan .... ..... 3 6, 75
Ailes, Adrienne . . . .... 15, 83
Alcom, Jim ... ......... .. 32
Alex, Mary ...... ............. 3 5
Allen, Bertha ............. 15, 66, 86
Allen, Lee ...... . . .37, 71, 74, 77, 87
Allen, Mary ...... ........... 3 2, 83
Alllne, John ......... .... 1 5, 76
Alls0PP, Margaret . . . .... . . 32
Altman, Fern ..... ....... 3 6, 83
Altman, Lucille .... ........... 3 5
Altman, Janet . . . ..... 15, 66, 68, 73
Amodeo, Joe .................... 35
Ammemian, Ruth ...... 40, 58, 59, 85
Amster, Ellen ...... ........... 3 2
Amster, Lee ........ .......... 40
Anderson, William .............. 32
Anderson, Bill .......... 15, 72, 82, 87
Anderson, James . . . ......... . . 35
Andrew, Jane ....... .... 1 0, 73,87
Anschell, Cleveland . . . .,..... . 38
Archer, Phyliss ............ 38, 73, 83
Armstrong, Jackie .............. 38
Arndt, Irene ...............,.... 15
Ascherman, I-lerb.40, 67, 71, 76, 84, 87
Aufderheide, Robert. .15, 71, 84, 85, 87
Avery, Barbara . . .15, 70, 73, 83, 85, 87
Baggaley, Andrew ......... 10, 69, 78
Bailey, Nancy ................ 38, 72
Baker, Frank ................ 39, 77
Baker, Nancy .... 15, 58, 66, 68, 75, 85
Ballus, Robert .......... 15, 71, 84, 87
Baldwin, David ...... 36, 65, 69, 76, 77
Barber, Dorothy ........ 40, 68, 74, 83
Barber, Marian . . . . . .15, 72, 78 83
Bamett, Irwin . . . ........ . . 32
Barocas, Jerry .... ..... 3 8, 51
Barocas, Phillip . . . .... 32, 65
Barron, Irving . . . ......... . . 15
Bartunek, Joe .................. 40
Bauer, Marilyn ...... 16, 78, 79, 83, 87
Baum, Virginia ................. 35
Beale, Frank ..... ......... 1 6, 51
Beale, Bruce ....... .... 3 2
Beduhn, Marietta . . . .... 36, 59
Behan, Mary ...... .... 3 8, 65
Behm, Jeanette . . . .... 35, 83
Behrens, William .... ........ 4 0
Bell Evelyn ....... .... 1 6, 66, 73
Bell Frances .... ......... 1 6, 73
Bell, Molly . . . ........... . . 35
Bell, Nancy .... ...... 3 5, 66, 74, 83
Bell, Thalia ......... 16, 73, 75, 86, 87
Benedict, David . .10, 72, 76, 85, 86, 87
Bender, Jack .............. 7, 10, 69
Benes, Edward .................. 36
Benson, Alyn ...... .... 3 8, 51, 87
Bercu, Mary Ann .... ......
Berick, Joe .....
Berry, Charlotte ..
Bertman, Phil ....
Beutel, Fred .
Bickel, Paul ......
Bing, Allen ........
Birnbaum, Ruth ..
Biskind, John ....
Black, Chester ....
Blair, Nancy ......
Blair, William .... 3
Blau, Jeanne ......
Boggis, Helen .....
Boggis, Peggy ....
Boher, Alberta ....
Bohnet, Barbara ..
Bonn, Raymond ..
7, 52, 71,
Bottomley, Jean ........
Bowers, Fritz ....
Bowker, Jean .
Boyd, Gloria ..
Boynton, Bob .....
Bramson, Arthur .... ....
Brand, Paula ........
Brandgard, Robert ..
Breidenbach, Paul ...........
Brennan, Alice . .....
Brennan, Bernelda .......
Brennan, Kenneth .....
Brett, Barbara ...........
Broadbent, Anne ....
Brody, Aaron ....
Brown, Earl ..... ...........
Brown, Ruby ........... 40,
Brownyer, Grace .............
Bruce, Phyllis ........ 16, 76, 80
Brunner, Jay ........
Brunner, Neal. .39, 51, 74, 80,
Brunner, Robert ..
Burdick, Dave ....
Burg, Loren ......
Burger, Betty Jane
Burger, Flora Mae
Burrows, Phoebe ....
Burt, Sarah .....
Butz, Martha . . .
Byrd, Edward . . ....... 36
Byron, Carl ...... ...... 6 5, 69
Caddy, Janice ...... . . .17, 66, 83
Campbell, Charles . . . ....... . . 39
Carlozzi, Jean ................ 17, 66
Carpenter, Dorothy .... 17, 72, 73, 82
Carter, Gladys ............... 17,75
Carter, Jane ..... 17, 59, 73, 80, 82, 87
Cassiere, Richard .............
Chapin, Betsy .......... 36, 77,
Chemin, Bertrand ............
Church, Kilborn ..
Chute, Robert ......
Chvosta, Elizabeth ....
Ciraci, Enis .......
Clapp, Robert .....
Clark, Joyce .....
Clark, Lois .......
Clarke, Barbara ........
Cohagen, Mildred ......
Cohen, Shirley .........
Cohen, Suzanne ........
Cohn, Mary ......
Collister, James ........
Colston, Ann .....
Colston, Virginia .
Colton, Anne .....
Combs, Richard ..
Conners, Eileen ..
Cooney, Eugenia .
Cook, Elsie .......
Cook, Jeanne ....
' ' '39,
Cory, James ....... . . . .
Coutney, Jane ..................
Crabtree, Harold ......
Cram, Jean ...... 17, 73
Crego, George .........
Cryer, Donald . . . . . . .
Cryer, Henry .....
Dainton, Claire ..
. ...... 34
. . . 39,
. . 34
Darata, I-larry ..........
Davis, Ann ......
Davis, Charles ....
Davis, Jean .....
Davis, Robert . ..
Day, William .....
De Hamel, John ..
Demsey, Delbert .
Denby, John ....
Denby, Tom ..
. . . 18,
.. '18, 31.5,
De Vita, Mary ......
Diamond, Janice ....
Dick, Charlotte ....
Dickey, Patty .... 36,
Dieter, Paul .........
Dieter, Sanford .....
Dittoe, Ellen ....
Dittoe, Ralph .....
Donaldson, Paul ....
Donnelly, Joan ....
Dorer, Bill ...... ..
Doxsey, Rodger ....
IN D E fcontinued
Draper, Dick ..... ............. 3 8
Drazin, Sidney .................. 38
Dressler, Janet ...... 10, 70, 73, 79, 87
Dubin, Marvin ........... .. 34
Dublin, Mary .... ............ 8 3
Dublin, Nancy ..... . . . 40, 66, 75
DuHamel, Mab .... . .. 18, 66, 78
DuMont, Jack 34, 84, 86
Dyas, Bob ...... . . . 38, 74, 87
Dyas, Charles .... ...... 3 4
Dyer, Alvin .... ..... 3 8
Ehrlick, Jean ....... ..... 3 2
Eickholf, Lawrence .... ..65
Eickho-ff, Rosemary .... . . . . .38, 87
Eisner, Sanford ..... .......... 3 2
Elliott, Richard 10,65, 78
Elwood, Jack ..... ........ 1 1
Emanuel, Ethel .... . . . 40, 75, 78
Emerson, Daniel . . . ...... . . 38
Emerson, Doris .... . . .39, 81
Emmert, Carl .... ..... 3 4
Enell, Margaret ...38,66
Enright, Richard .... ..... 3 2
Eppich, Rosemary 18
Erdman, Neal ................... 18
Erlandson, Marion .............. 84
Esch, Bob ........ 37, 71, 74, 77, 84, 87
Estes, Marjorie . . .36, 73, 77, 82, 86, 87
Evans, June .............. 38, 73, 83
Evans, Martin ........... 18, 71,87
Falls, Robert ........... 19, 72, 75, 86
Faragher, Roselyn .. 59,74
Farmer, Billy . ..... .......... 3 4
Farrow, Bob .... 38, 76, 77
Farrow, George ....... ........ 3 3
Fassen, Charlotte ......... 34, 73, 83
Feddery, Billie Elaine .... 19 66,73
Federman, Anne ................ 36
Federman, Sam .......... 19, 65, 76
Feinberg, Jerry .... . . . 19, 46, 49
Fetzer, Joyce ..... ............. 3 6
Fetzer, Ruth .... ..... 3 7, 73, 82, 83
Fielding, Bruce ........ 19,72 80,84
Fielding, Jean .. . ..... 36, 73 83, 87
Fiderius, Walter .. ............ 19
Fife, Marjorie . . . ..... 34, 66 68, 73
Finley, Nancy .......... 34, 59 73, 82
Firshow, Chester ................ 11
Fisher, Elaine ..... .... 4 0, 68, 83
Fisher, Harvey .... .... 1 9, 85, 87
Fiske, Joan ........, .......... 3 4
Fleishman, Bella .... .... 3 4, 68, 74
Fleishman, Toby .... ........ 1 1
Fleming, Warner . . . ......... . . 34
Foley, Jack ...... ..... 3 8, 74, 85
Folk, Robert .... ...,..... 7 7
Foreit, Myrle ..... ...... 3 6, 84
Forker, Bently .................. 33
Forrester, Dorothy ..... 19, 65, 66, 76
Foster, Winifred . 9, 19, 54, 81, 82, 84, 87
.......38, 53, 69, 71, 73, 77, 82, 86, 87
Fox, Gerald ..................... 33
Francis, Edgar ............... 37, 86
Francis, Kathryn . . . ..... 19, 74
Franf, Louis ..... ..... 3 7, 51
Frankel, Margery . . ..... 36, 66
Free, Dick ........ ..... 3 8, 83
Freed, Robert .... ..... 3 4, 48
Freeland, Peggy .............. 19, 75
Freeman, Bronson .............. 36
Freeman, Donn ...... 19, 51 74, 80, 81
French, Cloyd .................. 34
Freiberg, Ruth .... ............ 3 8
Friedman, Betty ................ 34
Friedman, Bob ......... 38, 51, 71, 87
Friedman, Danny .... 19, 53, 71, 81, 87
Fromson, Milton .......... 40, 49, 74
Frye, Dorothy ..... ....... 3 8, 72, 83
Fulmer, Randall .... .......... 3 8
Fussner, Arthur .. . ..... 39, 75, 83
Gaines, Renee .................. 34
Garrett, Jane ................ 73, 82
Garvin, David .... 19, 70, 72, 75, 85, 86
Gaub, Robert ................... 34
Gauthier, Elizabeth .... 34, 73, 74, 82
Geddes, Ruth ................ 34, 83
Gedge, Alfred ................... 52
Gemmell, Anna Martha . 19, 68, 71, 87
Gentholts, Jane ......... 9, 11, 73, 87
Gerber, Shirley ................. 34
Gerstenberger, Katy .... 19, 73, 83, 87
Geuder, George ................. 39
Gimmel, Herbert ............... 33
Gitson, Irene ...... .... 6 8, 73, 76, 82
Given, Dorothy .... ........ 2 0, 73
Glaser, Roselyn . . . ........ 36, 83
Glauber, Warren ....... 38, 51, 76, 84
Gleason, John ...... ......... 3 4
Gleisser, Norman . . . ..... . . 37
Glowe, Frances . . . ...... 20, 78
Gluek, John ..... ........ 3 4, 65
Golden, Betty .......... 39, 66, 81, 83
Golden, Gordon ................. 36
Goldfarb, Sanford ......... 11, 46, 49
Goldstein, Shirley .............. 81
Goldstein, Ted ...... 38, 46, 48, 51, 87
Gonda, Richard .............. 35, 84
Good, Bob ...................... 38
Goodman, Grant ..... 40, 69, 84
Goodman, Nathan .... ...... 3 6, 52
Gorman, Dorothy ............... 37
Graham, James ........ 20, 53, 69, 85
Graham, Virginia ...... 39, 69, 70, 84
Grant, Elizabeth .... ........... 3 5
Graves, Jean ..... ..... 2 0, 66, 70
Gray, Beatrice . . . .... 37, 59, 73, 75
Gray, Patricia .... ........... 3 3
Graziano, Ann .... ......... 3 5
Green Betty . . ....,.. 35
Green, Bob . . . .......... . . 38
Green, Bonnie ............ 20, 66, 83
Green, Helen ........ 11, 59, 70, 86, 87
Green Richard ....... ...... 6 7
Greenberger, Sanford ......
Greenwald, Shirlee ...........
Greulich, James ..............
Griese, Dave ........... 20, 38,
Griese, Gene . . . , .
Grodin, Peggy .... .... 3 5,
Gross, Morty ........
Grossman, Allen ......
Grossman, Constance ...... 35,
Grossman, Ivan .......
Grossman, John ......
Groth, Lloyd ..........
Haber, James ....
Haldi, Adele .......
Haldi, Walter ....
Hall, Beverly .....
Handler, Arthur .... .... 3 9,
Hanousek, Herbert ..
Hanowell, Edna ....
Hansell, Barbara .
Hardman, Joyce ..
Harney, June ....
Harper, Barbara .
Harper, Eleanor ..
Harrington, Helen . 40, 65, 69, 70,
Harris, Robert ....
Harris, Jack ......
Hart, Peggy ......
Hassler, Martha ..
Hecht, Frances ..
Hecht, Laura .....
Hecker, Harry ....
Heidler, Doris Mae
Heintz, Billy ......
Heintz, Hazel ....
. . .20,6
. . . 35
. ........ 39
Hempy, Fred .....
Herrick, Shirley ..
Hertz, Jeanne ....
Hertz, Willard ....
Hess, Frank .....
Hirsch, Lois ....
Hobbs, Nancy .....
I-Iobein, Virginia ..
Hodge, Betty Jane
Hoffman, David ..
Holler, Betsy ......
Horn, Florence ....
Horn, Lois ........
Homer, Bill ......
Horth, Ken .... 21, 51, 53, 69, 74,
Howard, Dorothy .
Howe, Jack ..................
Hoyt, Earl .......
Hrach, Warren ....
Hromadka, Harry ....
Hubbell, Eileen ..............
Hubbell, Wilbert .
Hudgeon, Margaret ....
. . .11,
Jacobs, Ruth .......
Mayers, Catherine.39, 58, 70, 73, 83,
1-lull, Edwin ....
Hull, Marion ....
1-Iumel, Eddie ....
Huntly, Carl ..
Iofredo, Joe .
Jack, Betty ......
Jackson, Elaine .....
Jacobson, Amy Ruth
Jaffe, Jay ..,.......
Jaffe, Sally .........
James, Ruth .......
Jasmand, Marilyn .
J aster, Bob ..........
Jirus, Jack . .... ..
1 I Iii,'
. .2.1., gg,
Johnston, George .........
Marian . .
Jones, Marilyn ....
Ruth . .... . .
Joseph, Ernest ....
J ubbell, John ....
Kaber, Gene ......
Kampp, Carol ..
Kane, Louis ....
Karnosh, Patricia ..
Kassor, Charles .....
Katz, Laura .....
Katz, Sidney ......
Keckler, Virginia ....
. ... -..... 3
Keeler, Bushnell ..........
Keim, Lydene .. ..... 39,68,
Kellogg, John .............
Kelly, Gloria ......
Kennedy, Malcolm .........
Kennedy, Sally ....
Kent, Carson ........ .....
Ketchum, Morgan .
Kieser, Arthur .....
Killpack, William .. .
Kilmer, Kenneth ..
Kilroy, Charles ....
Kimball, Paul .......
King, Charles. .40, 46, 49, 72,
King, Charles ..
King, Richard ..
Kiraly, Charles ....
Klausner, Robert ....
Kline, Keith ......
Knight, Paul ....
46, 49, 87
. . . 22
. . . 73
IN D E ffontinuecn
Koby, Frank ....
Kohn, Allan ....
Kohn, Robert ....
Koller, Phyllis ....
Korecko, Paul . . .
Kortz, Allan ......
Krepps, Betty ..
Krimbill, Howard ......
Kuhns, Read .....
Kunkle, Dale .....
Kysela, Paul .
Lader, Betty ....
Lager, Irene .
. . .40, 48
Lammers, Ann . . .......
LaRocco, Patricia ..... f.
Larson, Julia ..... 39, 66,
Lasch, James ..........
Lawson, Ruth ......
Lechner, Dorothy . . .
Leeb, Virginia ......
Legge, Gertrude ....
Lehman, Margaret .....
LeLievre, Ann ....... 65,
LeLievre, William . 33, 65,
Lerner, Jack ........
Leslie, Hugh ...........
Lewis, Edward . . .
Licht, Ronald .........
Lichtig, Hugh .........
Lincis, Harry ..........
Lister, William .... 40,47
Lloyd, Caryl Ann
Lockwood, Ann .....
Lockwood, Flora Lu
Lonardo, Helen .....
Longo, Anthony ....
Loomis, Edward ....
Lo Presti, Paul ........
Lo Schiavo, Martin .
Lotz, Joan ...........
Loucks, Gertrude ....
Love, Jane .........
Luthi, Arthur ......
Lybarger, Stanton ..
7 3, 84
. . . 33
. . . 39
Lynn, Kenneth ......... 23, 70,
Lynn, Marcey ....... 39, 59, 73,
MacFarland, Betty Sue
Mack, Evelyn .......
Mahrer, Richard .
Makoff, Janich ....
Manheim, Marvin ..
Mapes, Robert ....
Mapes, William ....
Marble, Susan .....
Margolis, John . . .
. . . . . .39,
. . .
. . . . .12, ss,
Markman, William .... .......
Marley, Pamela ..
Marsh, Lyle ....
Martin, Nancy ....
Masch, Beverly ....
Masek, Marie ....
Mastny, Alice . . .
Matuscak, John ..
May, Betty .......
. . Xi,
. . . . . .35,
. . . . . .24,
. . . .72,
McCafferty, Pat ........ 35, 73, 83,
McCay, Robert .... .
McCrea, Charles . . .
McDonald, Jane ....
McDonald, Mary ..... ....
McFarland, Betty .... ....
McGuire, Charles . . .
. . . .12,
. . . .35,
McLatchie, Joan ...... .... 3 5,
Mc0wen, Mary Ellen
Mellman, Doris .....
. . . . .Io,'1S',
Menk, Bemice .............
Micsko, Emil ........
Miller, Charles ......
Miller, Jean .........
Miller, Joseph .....
Miller, Lucille ......
Mills, Dick ........
Mills, Marilyn .....
Milstein, Sol .......
Mitchell, William ..
Mixer, Muriel .......
Monroe, Logan ....
Moorhead, Austin . . .
Morgan, Beverly ....
Morton, Adelaide ....
Mortus, Betty Jane ..
Mueller, Carol ......
Mueller, Lois ......
Murphy, James .
Murphy, Thomas ....
Nagel, Robert ..
Narten, Bruce ....
24, 76, 77, 82,
.24, 72, 73, 83,
Miller, Marilyn ......
. .... 35,
. .... 24,
. ...... 29,
39, 72, 82, 83,
. . .39, 73, 86,
Nash, Joseph .... 24, 80, 82, 84, 86, 87
Neel, Barbara ......,............ 32
Neubauer, Faye ................. 35
Neuger, Charles ................ 32
Neuger, Edward ........... 39, 48. 51
Neville, Francis . . .9, 24, 72, 80, 81, 87
Newhall, Elizabeth .... 24, 73, 82, 86
Newman, Arthur ............ 39, 83
Newman, Harry ........ 12, 49, 74, 87
Newman, Paul .... ........... 3 7
Norlin, John ..... 52, 69, 82
Norlin, Veva .... 25, 40, 66. 70
Norwald, Allan .... ......... 6 9
Noss, Robert ...... ...... 2 5, 51
Novak, Kenneth . . . .... 40, 51, 87
Nowak, Jeanne .. .......35
Nunamaker, Robert . . . .... 35, 75
0'Brien, Robert .......,. .. 32
Odell, Frank ...... ............. 3 5
Oeberman, Lois ........ 25, 68, 79, 83
Opatrny, Frank ........... 12, 65, 78
Oppenheimer, Mary Gene
Ornstein, Grace ............. 35, 74
Osher, Florence ............. 39, 66
Oster, Billy ......... 37, 48, 51, 52, 86
Osterthaler, Ranny. . .25, 47, 51, 74, 87
Pacino, Christine .......... , .... 39
Page, Lucille ..... .... 3 5, 83
Paige, Hollis ....... .... 3 2
Palmer, Annette . . . . . . . 32
Palmer, Carole .... ...... 3 9
Palmer, Dick ..... .... 3 9, 83
Palmison, Alfred . . ...... 25
Pankhurst, Patsy .. . ....... 37, 73
Parrino, Anthony ............... 37
Parsons, Charles ....... 25, 35, 52, 87
Parsons, Scott ....... .9, 52
Paryzek, Jane .... .... 7 3, 74
Paryzek, Robert .... .... 2 5, 65
Paschal, Bill ..... .... 4 0, 51
Pasek, Annette .. . ......... 25, 66
Passell, Larry ............... 37, 52
Pastor, Irving ....... 25, 47, 70, 75, 81
Patno, Katherine ......... 35, 73, 82
Patterson, Clyde ........ 25, 65, 77, 78
Patterson, Mary Helen .... 39, 73, 87
Patterson, William .............. 12
Payton, Joy ....... ......... 3 9
Pecsok, Eleanor .... .... 3 7, 73, 87
Peck, William .... ..... 25 , 52
Pedone, Charles .... ..... 3 9, 67
Pekarek, Robert ....... .. 25
Pelton, La Velle .... .... 3 3, 73, 84
Peltz, Evelyn ..... ..... 2 5, 78
Percival, Frances . . ...... 40
Peritore, Carol ..... 33,83
Perkins, Virginia . . . .... . . 37
Perrin, Ronald 25
Petzinger, June ................. 46
Phelps, Donald ............... 37, 87
Phipps, Mary Dickson. .39, 72, 73, 83
Phipps, Mary Jane .......... 37, 87
Pickford, William ............... 25
Pietrowski, James . . ...... 39
Pierce, Betty ....... ..... 7 3, 87
Pistillo, Mary ..... .... 3 2
Pistillo, Sylvia ..... .... 3 2
Planter, Gertrude .... .... 3 9
Plumb, Sally ....... .... 3 9
IN D fcontinuedf
Plunkett, Margaret ........ 25, 66, 69
Pohorlak, Florence ........ 26, 73, 75
Pollard, Ruth Marie .... 26, 66, 75, 78
Pomeroy, Catherine ............. 33
Porter, William .... 26, 52, 74, 77, 82, 87
Post, Robert ...... 9, 12, 72, 74, 86, 87
Pragg, Elinore .................. 26
Prentice, Jack ............. 26, 77, 82
Prentice, Marjorie Ann ......... 32
Prikryl, Charles ........ .... 3 7
Prikryl, Chester ...... . ..... 37
Prior, Robert ..... .... 2 6, 82
Proctor, Linda . . . .... 37, 83, 87
Raab, Robert ......... .... 3 7
Rabinovitz, Bernard . . .... 37
Rahn, Jean .......... ...... 3 7
Ramsdell, Earle . . . ...... . . 26
Ramsdell, Jane . . . .... 26, 73, 82
Raney, Betty ...... ...... 5 8, 68
Raney, Thomas .... 26, 37, 52
Rao, Joseph ....... ...... 5 1, 75
Raymond, Donald .............. 33
Reagan, Grace ......... 37, 76, 78, 84
Reedall, Rita .... ........... 3 3
Reese, Bruce . . ........... 26
Reese, Carolyn . . . ..... 26, 66, 82, 83
Reese, James ............... 26, 84
Reese, Juliana .... 26, 70, 79, 80, 83
Reichle, Elsie ................ 26,73
Reichle, George ................ 33
Reinbrecht, Robert ............. 33
Reinhardt, Mary .......... 32, 59, 83
Reinhardt, Ruth . . 26, 58, 59, 75, 78
Reinman, Elaine ............ 37,66
Reusch, Donald ............. 33, 65
Richardson, Ruth ........... 33, 83
Riebe, Marian ....... 13, 66, 70, 79, 87
Rieley, Elizabeth ............... 37
Riemenschneider, Robert ....... 32
Rife, Josephine ........... .... 2 7
Rini, Jerome ........ .... 3 7, 83
Risman, William .... .... 3 3
Roberts, Janet ..... ...... 2 7
Roberts, Marjorie .... 37, 66
Roberts, Mary ..... .... 7 3, 87
Robone, Lawrence .... 37,65
Roby, Barbara .... ......... 3 2, 83
Rodway, Alfred ................. 27
Rogers, Thomas ...... 9, 27, 72, 80, 86
Roof, Leonard . . . ........... . . 37
Roof, Virginia ......... 39, 66, 73, 83
Root, Allen ..................... 33
Rosenblum, William .......... 13, 83
Rosen, Morton ..... ..... 1 2, 87
Rosen, Louis . . . .... 33, 67, 83
Ross, Jack ...... ...... 1 3, 67
Rossbach, Lois . . .... 72, 83
Roth, Dave ..... .... 4 0 51
Roth, Maurice ....... ....
Roth, Robert ......... ....
Rothenberg, Florence ....13,
Roubicek, Doris ...... ......
Roudebush, George ....
Rupp, Barbara ............ 39, 70,
Russo, Ignatius ............ 33, 46,
Russo, Salvatore ..... 27, 51, 80, 81,
Rydholm, Lydia ...... . .
Sands, Allan .......
Sawdey, Neil ........... 27,
Savage, Jimmy .....
Schatel, George ....
Schechter, Evelyn ........
Schellentrager, Jane .... 59,
Scherger, Helen ....
Schmid, Warren ....
Schmidt, Lois ........
Schoch, Jane .......
Schoenfcld, Marianne ..........
Sehonmeyer, Elaine ......
Schoonover, Lex ........
Schoonover, Patty ......
Schucr, Barbara ......
Schulman, Howard ....
Schulte, Harry .....
. . .33,82
.. .68, 75
71, 77, 79
33, 52, 77
27, 51, 82
. . .37, 67
54, 72, 87
. . .37, 53
. . .37, 67
73, 75, 78
. . .36, 83
13, 32, 58
71, 82, 87
73, 82, 87
Schultz, Alice ............
40, 75, 78
Schultz, Marve . .............. ..
Schuyler, Jack.27, 52, 72,
81, 86, 87
72, 75, 83
Sedlak, John ....
Seed, Helen .......
Seely, Elizabeth .
Sgro, Anthony ..
Shafarman, Rifka ....
Shaw, Alice .........
Sherratt, Robert . .
Siegler, Edward ..
Silbert, Shirley ....
Sill, Marjorie ....
Singer, Shirley ....
Sipan, Elmer . . .
Skove, Philip ....
Skuse, Betty ....
Smith, Harriett ..
Smith, Harriet . . .
Smith, Marilyn .....
Smith, Marjorie ..
Smith, Philip .....
Smith, Robert ..
Smith, Ferol ........
Smith, Winifred ..
Snider, Mary Jane
Soloman, Betty ..
Sowers, John ....
Spacek, Dorothy ..
. ..33, 83
70, 73, 87
39, 66, 81
69, 86, 87
37, 51, 87
58, 79, 85
49, 79, 81
28, 66, 83
. . . 33, 86
66, 73, 83
. . .66, 72
. . .13, 40
73, 83, 87
65, 69, 82
73, 75, 83
. . .28, 73
. . .28, 65
. . .33, 83
Spear, Wesley ......
Spencer, Barbara .
Spizel, Eddie ........
Spring, Betty ......
Spurney, John ......
Spurney, Robert .....
Stair, Joan .........
Starner, Evelyn . . I . U
...37, 53, 69, 83
.59, 73, 77, ,
Steck, Jean .......... ..... 3 2, 82
Steinberg, Lenore .
Steinberg, Phyllis ...... ..... 4 0, 66
Stern, Adelee .......
Sternard, George .......... 34, 48,
Steuer, Ann ......
Stevens, Miriam ..
. . . . .14,73, 87
Stevenson, Adele .... ..... 7 8
Stewart, Charles . . . ..... 38, 48
Stone, Jack ..................... 32
Stone, Florence ................. 38
Stotter, Gloria .................. 36
Stotter, Hart ..... 29, 49, 79, 80, 81, 84
Stotter, Jimmy ............... 36, 52
Stotter, Sally ................. 34, 83
Strachen, Donald .......... 29, 71, 84
Strasshofer, Roland ............. 71
Strate, Don .......... ....... 3 8
Strate, Julianne .... ..... 3 4, 84
Stricker, Don ..... ..... 3 2
Stricker, Jack . . 40
Strome, Jack .... ....... 2 9
Strong, Ruth .. ..... 14,87
Suid, Beverly 34
Sullivan, John .... 34
Suva, Lawrence ..... .. 36
Swanson, Lee ...,... ........... 3 8
Sweeney, Jack ............ 38, 76, 77
Szatmary, Colletta ....... .. 29
Szekely, Joe ........ ....... 3 4
Szoke, Steve ...... ..... 3 6, 65
Talbert, Susan ....... .. 38
Taylor, Bob ..... ........... 2 9
Taylor, Jack ..... 48, 74, 75
Taylor, Jack . . .
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Taylor, Mary Jo ..... .... 5 9,68
Teisher, Dickerson .............. 40
Teisher, Emma Jean .......... 32, 68
Thobaben, Bob ......... 40, 78, 83, 87
Thomas, Gordon ................ 38
Thomas, Muriel ........ 29, 72, 78, 79
Thomas, William ............. 36, 51
Thomas, Sherman ............ 14, 87
Thompson, Anne .... 29, 70, 73, 75, 82
Thompson, Ruth ................ 29
Tobin, Bernard ............... 40, 51
Toll, David .......... 36, 66, 74, 83, 84
Toll, Patricia ................... 34
Tompkins, William .............. 38
Toth, Helen ........ .... 3 8
Toth, Mary ....... .... 3 8
Trebing, Lois ...... .... 3 7, 83
Trentanelli, Angela ..... ...... 4 0
Trentanelli, Anthony ........... 36
Trentanelli, Anthony . .......... 34
Triggs, Lydia ....... ...... 3 6, 68, 75
Tucker, Jack ....... ........ 3 6
Tull, Isaac ..... .... 4 0, 65
Tully. Julian .... ............. 1 4
Turek. June .................. 38, 87
Turner, Jack ........ 29, 53, 82, 86, 87
Tweed, Virginia . ................ 32
Uhlig, Richard ...... 29, 46, 49, 84, 87
Urdang, Myron ................. 40
Urschel, Betty Jane ...... 29, 58, 68
Vanis, Karl ....... .... 2 9, 83
Veseley, Jane ...... .... 1 4
Vinocur, Roberta . . . .... . . 34
Volpe, Anthony .... ........ 3 2
Voltz, Joyce ....... .......... 4 0
Vondrich, Grayce . . . .... 38, 69, 83
Wayner, Bert ..... .... 3 4, 53, 69
Walkden, Howard ............ 38, 51
Walther, Marcia ................ 34
Wander, Carol ............... 66, 74
Warren, Eleanor. .36, 73, 74, 78, 83, 86
Watkins, Barbara ...... 38, 66, 73, 83
Wattenmaker, J ames.38, 71, 76, 81, 84
Waugh, Robert ................. 34
Weaver, Charles ................ 34
Webb, Martha . . . ...... 29, 83
Weber, Jack . . .... 36, 51, 74
Weber, Jeanne ...... 14,
Webster, George .......
72, 74, 87
34, 73, 84
Weil, Constance ........
Weil, Tommy ................... 34
Weil, Wallace ..........
Weisblat, Franklyn ............. 29
Weisman, Anne ...... 37, 58, 73, 80, 82
Weiss, Howard .................. 37
Welsh, Elaine .... .... 2 9, 73
Wensley, Helen .... ....... 3 8
White, Barbara ...... ...... 3 8, 83
White, Marguerite .......... 58, 68
White, Richard ........ 36, 74, 75, 82
White, Suzanne ........ 14, 73, 75, 86
Whitmer, Martha ........... 30, 83
Whitney, Darden .... ......... 4 0
Whitney, Kenneth . . . ....... . . 36
Wideberg, Faye .... .... 3 0 66,75
Wilford, Frank .. ....... 14
Williams, Elaine . . . ....... . . 38
Williams, Joanne ..... .... 3 6, 73, 83
Williams, Raymon .............. 40
Williams, Ruth ............ 30, 81, 87
Wills, Charlotte ........ 36, 58, 66, 73
Wintner, Eleanor ............... 38
Wintner, Stuart . . . . . .. 36
Wintner, Bert . . . .... . . 38
Wise, Marjorie ...... ....... 1 4
Wolf, John ............ .... 3 0, 80
Wonderlich, Marjorie ..... 30, 58, 80
Wonders, Louise ....... ....... 34
Wood, Earl ...... ............. 3 8
Wood, Roger .... ............... 3 0
Worthy, Mary .................. 83
Wrede, Ruth ..... 30, 68, 70, 72 78, 83
Wright, Ann ................ 40, 73
Wright, Anne .... .... 3 2, 83
Wright, Bob ....... ..... 3 0
Wyman, Margie .... .... 3 8
Yanson, Audrey .... .... 1 7, 74
York, Edward ...... ....... 3 6
Young, Mary ......... .... 3 4, 73, 83
Zamiska, Mary Ann ..... ..30
Zappala, Frank ...... .... 4 0,48
Zavelson, Betty .... ...... 3 0
Zelcznik, Rita . .. . . .. 38
Zenisek, Cyril ...... .... 3 4, 51
Ziechmann, Lore . . . .... 40, 58, 73
Ziegler, John ..... .. 14,65
Zupnik, Nancy . . ...... 14
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