Southeast High School - Pirates Log Yearbook (Ravenna, OH)

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FFA ,.,..,.....,,......,,..r.......,.,..........,,...,l Ninth Grade Basketball ,......., Football ,................,,..............,,....,... Basketball ,..,..,..,,.......i.......,........ Our Treasured Gems Charlestown .,.....,.......,i.... Deerfield ,....... . Palmyra .......,...... Paris i.i......,............. Advertisements ........,..,..,.,.......,,.. , ,... , ,aka Page 4 5 6 6 7 9 9 ,..10 M15 ...16 .. 18 .20 ...22 .A 24 M25 H26 ...26 M27 ...27 M28 M28 M30 H430 ...32 M33 ...36 M38 M42 M46 ...50 ...58 SOUTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL SEAL The above design has been adopted as the official school seal. Based upon the schoolis nick-name, "Pirate-s',, this seal artistically embodies the characteristics of the buccaneer of colonial times. This seal is used as the design on class rings and Pirates' Log, in the future it will be used for other school affairs. Combining of the school colors, maroon and gold, with the seal produces a colorful and meaningful coat-of-arms for Southeast High School. Page Four Qeclicaiion To show our gratitude to our principal and superintendent, Paul Pfeiffer who has earnestly and indefatigably worked to establish a success- ful consolidation and has proven himself to be a friend and leader to students and teachers. E pluribus unum Page Five ADMINISTRATION fLe:H: to Right! Robert Klotzle Wendell Strausser Thelma Lee Cecil Ruggles Mason McConnell Charles Powers Southeast Board of Education Mason McConnell, President .Edinburg Robert Klotzle ...,.....,.. ,..,. .... , . .Paris W. Strausser, Vice Pres. Charlestown Charles Powers ....., .,..,.. D eerfield Thelma Lee, Clark ,......,......,........,..,. Paris Cecil Ruggles ...,... , ...,.... Palmyra i fm' "" awe , it T :VV HI: E "'1 I :'-' 23 " W E i W i ":':: 'H .....2::::: , it 3 Q WE' ":::::i 5 Calvin P. Rausch 2 tx "" f County Superintendent , .,.. U Kent State Univer-Sityg BIS' zzz . . l III .-:-:-:::: ,. 'Q i,.:1 J gb :21-1 ."' Akfofl U1'1iVGfSi'fy: M- A- qq.: ':':: 5 ........:.:.,., ii' V' zbib b:-' Q zbub if ".::::::: Q 'X zzza Q -in Y b.:: ,qqqq ..,. E f, ,,.: rrr, ,rir qAAA A:AAA,AA rlrir zz' ' :,, , i'l' "'. '.1,rt """'i"' lziziziziziii Page Six FACULTY Paul F. Pfeiffer Atwater, Ohio Principal College of Woostea' Kent State University B. A.g lvl. E. Clifford W, Amsiutz New Milford, Ohio Vocational Agriculture Farm Shop Goshen College Ohio State University B. S, Bernice 0. Coffman Atwater, Ohio Home Economics Art Kent State University Akron University Cleveland School of Art University of Virginia University of Stockholm Fine Arts Academy B. E.g B. S. Clarence W. Miller 1680 S. Union, Alliance, Ohio Mixed Chorus Girls Chorus Ensemble Groups Mt. Union College B. of Music Education B. of Public School Music Mrs. Mildred L. Fall R. D, 2. Ravenna. Ohio Girls' Physical Education Biology English Mount Union College Ohio Northern University B. A. Ford J. Hofus Coach Industrial Arts Kent State University B. S, Albert H. Holb 242 Highland, Ravenna, Ohio Economics Sociology Drivers Training Western Reserve University Kent State University B. A. Howard M. Kinch Walton, New York English French Hiram College A. B. Page Seven FACULTY John Minoiti 12010 Paul Ave., Ravenna Kenneth E. Ruckman 325 Erie St., Kent, Ohio Bookkeeplpg Instrumental Music General Business Ohio University Typing Kent State University B. S. Edward Olszewski R. D. 1, Diamond, Ohio Coach Boys' Physical Education American Government American History Hiram College B. A. Miss Adele R. Phillips New Springfield, Ohio Mrs., Ellen P. Westover Deerfield, Ohio English 9 Latin World History Memphis State College George Peaboby College for Teachers University of Illinois B. S. Miss Marian Zapka R. D. 5. Kent, Ohio English II Tyloing 1 81 11 Speech Shorthand 1 8: ll Library Office Practice Youngstown College Kent State University B. A. B. S. In Education Steve E. Pucsok Painesville, Ohio General Science Chemistry Physics Trigonometry Ohio State University Hiram College B. A. E. S. In Business Administration fNoi pictured! Mrs. Sara L. .Hoyt Diamond, Ohio Algebra 1 8: 11 Plane 8: Solid Geometry Practical Mathematics Baldwin Wallace University of Akron Kent State University Western Reserve University of California University of Cincinnati B. A. Page Eight lNot piciuredj J. E. Laczko Fairport Harbor, Ohio Industrial Arts Ohio University B. S. in K' S -'Pi' Q N 1 Q! . L U , -:rits-5 Cnc CJ fte emzors O 0 o Q President ...... .,.. ....... E d ward Yarolin Secretary ...... . .,...,....,...... Jeanette Hill Vice-President ..,.....,, ,,,.., ........ J ames Curtiss Treasurer . .. .. . .... Virginia Wigglesworth Class Advisor .. ......., ,... M rs. Mildred Fall On September 4th, 1950, fifty wary students walked cautiously into our home rooms of a newly consolidated school. Mrs. Fall and Mr. Olszewski, our class advisors, managed to pull us through thick and thin of that year. We spent the first few weeks of school getting acquainted with each other. Walter Yingling was elected President of our class. One of the most important things our class did last year was choose the crest for our class rings, which will remain a tradition as the school seal of S. H. S. We sponsored Southeast's first Homecoming Dance, at which a Senior of '51, Ruth Sampson, was crowned Queen. F In the spring our class play, "Half Past", was presented under the direction of Mrs. all. We took two very interesting field trips, one to Nela Park in Cleveland, and the other to the Quaker Oats Plant in Akron. Q We sponsored the first prom at Southeast which was one of themost successful events of the year. We lost seven classmates during the course of our Junior year, so when we resumed school September 3, 1951, we had an enrollment of only 43. Seniors at last! There were times when it didn't seem possible that we would ever be known by the magical name. Seniors. Ed Yarolin having been elected our President, commenced his duties by holding a class meeting. At that time, we selected our class flower, colors and motto. Shortly before Christmas vacation, our pictures arrived. Our biggest project of the year, the Pirates' Log, was completed April 3, to the sat- isfaction of all involved. "Music in the Valley" a drama concerned with the problems of family during the war years, 1941-1947, was presented the nights of April 4th and 5th, The cast and the Senior Class experienced great satisfaction and pride in this particular play. May 10, the Seniors were entertained by the Junior Class at the annual Junior-Senior Prom, which was held in the Southeast Auditorium. Baccalaureate was May 18 in the Southeast Auditorium. The speaker was Reverend Emmett Harrel from Edinburg. Commencement at Last! It was held May 23 in the Southeast Auditorium. Page Nine SENIORS Edward' Yarolin President Class Officer 1, 2, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Varsity S 4, Yearbook 4, Beta Club 1, 2, Newspaper 1 Jeanette Hill Secretary Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity P 2, Student Council 4, Class Officer 1, 2, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, Play 4. Geraldine Bailey Music 1, 2, 3, Newspaper 4, Office 4, Operetta 2 Shirley Behner Music 1. 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, Q Office 1, 2, Library 1, 2, Operetta 2, News Reporter 1, 2 Page Ten James Curtiss Vice President Band 1, 3 4, Play 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, Beta Club 1, Student Council 4, Basketball 2, Football Manager 3, Varsity S 4, Buckeye Boys State 3 Virginia Wigglesworrh Treasurer Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Newspaper 4, Y-Teen 4, Office 4. Perrysville High School 1 Marjorie Bair Music 1. 2. 3, 4, FNA 3 Newspaper 1, Y-Teen 1, 2, Library 1, Operetta 2. Paul Brown Nlusic 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2 SENIORS Dorothy Brunsietter Music 1, 2, FNA 3, Play l, Hi-W 1, 2, Library 1, F Newspaper 4 Ramona Busse Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Play 1, 3, 4, Office 4, Student Council 4, Rating I in District 8: State for Voice 3 Shirley Corbett Music 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Class Officer 1, 2, Student Council 1, Newspaper 4, Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity P 2, Office 4 Joann Fosbeck ' Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper 1, 2, 3, Office 4, Library 2, Play 1 V Page Eleven Frank Burkey , Music 3, FFA 4, Play 3, Football 1, Baseball 2, Basketball 1 . Juanita Cole Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Class., Officer 2, Y-Teen 2, Operetta 2 Patricia Davis Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Play 3, 4 Y-Teen 4, Yearbook 4, Prince of Peace 3 Violet Heritage Music 1, 2, 4, Play 4, Prince of Peace 3, Hi-W 1, 2 Jeanette Hildebrand Music 1, Play 3, 4, Y-Teen l, 2, Office 4, Library 3, Vi-etts 2, Editor of Yearbook 4 Pau1Hurd Play 1, 2, 4, Class Officer 1, 2, Varsity S 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, President of Student Council 4 Theda Lewis Music 1, 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, Play 3, 4, Y-Teen 4, Varsity P 2, Cheerleader 2 Wilber Michael Boy's Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 1 SENIORS Page Twelve Glen Hormell Music 1, Baseball 1, 2, Football 1 Cecil Kerley Music 1, 2, 4, Play 4, Varsity S 4, Baseball 3, Football 4, Newspaper 4, Student Council 4, Class Officer 1 Marjorie McPeak Music 1, 2, Play 2, Yearbook 4, Class Officer 1, 2, Varsity S 4, Library 1, 2, Cheerleader 2, 4, Homecoming Attendant 2, 3, Homecoming Queen 4 Beverly Millhorn , Music 1, 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Play 2, 3, Newspaper 1, 2, Varsity S 4, Hi-W 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, 2, 4 Frank Morgan Newspaper 4, Hi-Y 4, Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3 Helen Notman Music 3, Varsity S 4, Office 4, D Club 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Steve Pelo Music 1, 2, 3, Varsity S 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 3. 4 Jerry Richards Music 1, 2, Play 1, Safetv Patrol 1. 2 SENIORS Page Thirteen Esther Myers Music 2, FNA 3 Jean Parkin Newspaper 4, Office 4, Play 3, Y-Teen 4 Clara Richards Class Officer 1, 2, Play 1, Hi-W 1, 2, Scholarship Team 2 Lee Robinson Music 2, Varsity S 4, Baseball 3, 4 4 Myra Schell Music 1, 2 ,3, 4, Play 1, 2, Hi-W 2, Cheerleader 2, Class Officer 2, Newspaper 1, 2, Yearbook 4, Office 4 Doris Spencer Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Play 3, 4, Y-Teen 4, Varsity P 2, Varsity S 4, Cheerlaeder 1, 2, 3, 4, Flower Queen 2 Roberi Si. Clair Music 1, 2, FFA 3, Play 1, Basketball 1, 2, Seminole High School, Fla. 3 Oscar Voehringer Band 4, Play 2, 4, Hi-Y 4, Basketball 1, 2, Safety Patrol 1, 2 SENIGRS Page Fourteen Vivian Smith Music 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, Band l, 2, 3, Play 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 2, Yearbook 4, Office 4, Library 3 Donald Stacy Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 2, Yearbook 4, Varsity S 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3 4 George Thomas Music 1, 2, Play 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2 Barbara Wesiover Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Play 4, Yearbook 4, Y-Teen 4, Minstrel 1, Office 4, Varsity P 2 Music 2, Play 2, Football 2, SENIORS David Williams Walter Yingling Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Play 3, 4, Cl off' 1 2 , -- Baseball 2, Basketball 1, 2, ass leer ' ' 3 H1 Y 4 Beta Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity S 4 Football 4, Basketball l, 2, Student Council 4 Yearbook 4 CLASS PROPHECY It is the year 1962. I am on the planet' Jupiter, and I have just received a telegram from the president of the class of 1952, Eddie Yarolin, at Southeast High School in Edinburg, Ohio. The tele- gram instructs me to locate all of my ex-classmates and see what they are doing. Ten years ago this might have been a problem, but now, with inter-planetary television, raido, telephone and every- thing, it is quite easy. So, I settle down with a cup of steaming asteroid extract, and turn on my inter-planetary television set. The first place that I contact is New York City. My set penetrates one of the big sky scrapers, and there is Geraldine Bailey, one of the top secretaries in her office. She is not married, having decided to make her job her career. Just as I was about to switch the channel, I notice a nervous man flitting in and out among the desks, trying to keep the girls busy. He looks very familiar-bless my stars, it's Steve Pelo! I always knew Steve was a born leader, and here he is, manager of a Whole- sale candy company. Suddenly there is alot of static in my set and another picture comes on the screen. A woman is singing "When The Moon Comes Over The Planetu, it's Gay Busse. I have heard that she is hailed as the second Kate Smith. Gay's comedian comes out now and proceeds to do an impersonation of Junior Cfrom Red Skelton's showl, and it's Don Stacy. I got an Ohio station on my set and I managed to locate some more classmates. Dorothy Brunsetter is head nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in Cleveland. Jeanette Hildebrand is a star reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Shehhas just finished writing an article about Lee Robinson, one of the Cleveland Indian's best pitc ers. I refilled my cup of asteroid extract and got Akron. A unique little dress shop caught my attention, so I flicked my X-ray t.v. on and took a peek in. Great Galaxy! Marge McPeak, Jeanette Hill and Joanne Fosbeck are running it. They have a thriving business, the latest fad being crea- tions from Venus. They have one model Whose face is vaguely familiar, why it's Pat Davis. The girls told me to go over to the Cleveland School for the Deaf, so, following their instructions, I trained my set on it and looked in. There I saw Vivian Smith, teaching deaf children. I talked to her on my inter-planetary telephone and she told me that she is married and is raising a family of five children in addition to her work. On the outskirts of Cleveland, I noticed a lot of confusion on route 14. Upon investigating, I found that three jetmobile drivers were raising havoc around town. The jetmobilers are Paul Brown, Frank Burkey, and Glenn Hormel. A tall, red-headed State Patrolman finally caught up with them, and, for heaven's sake, it is Pinky Hurd. I decided to look in on the Cleveland Airport. A tall red-headed hostess for one of the space' ships is having a cup of coffee, and she is Virginia Wigglesworth. Three passengers on the space ship are familiar too, and they are Shirley Behner, Margie Bair and Juanita Cole, who are going on a vacation, touring some of the planets. In the meantime, two very distinguished-looking engineers got off the space ship. Blast my tail rockets, they're Walter Yingling and Eddie Yarolin! They have been preparing data for a space highway. They are having some diiliculty, because Professor Cecil Kerley, a noted scientist, had strongly objected to a highway through space. I wonder if the deep south has beckoned to any of my classmates? I'll soon see. I can hear some good music coming from Savannah, Georgia, on my inter-planetary radio. It's Jim Curtiss and his famous dance band. Jim tells me that Frank Morgan is in South America with a uranium mining company. After refilling my cup of asteroid extract, I got the magical city of New Orleans. Myra Schell is living there with her husband and six children. I found Shirley Corbitt Working as a stenographic technician for the Civil Service Commis- sion in Tulsa, Oklahoma. From Tulsa, I went to San Antonio, Texas. Dave Williams and Jerry Richards are stationed there with the Air Force. Both boys are making the Air Force their careers. Esther Myers is making the Wacs her career. Jerry tells me that George Thomas, Bob St. Clair and Oscar Voehringer are partners on a big dairy farm in Wisconsin. Back east I stopped a+ the big jet base at Brookfield, Ohio. Clara Richards, Violet Heritage and Jean Partin are working there doing office work. Wilbur Michael has the exciting job of launching rockets. This is the prophecy of the Class of '52. Page Fifteen JUNIORS First Row Second Row Third Row Fourih Row Fifth Row Sixth Row Norman Burton Ed Foster Marion Fall Howard Hill Herbert Behner Louise Brotherton President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Lois Collins Donald Crowder James Bungard Thomas Cain Pearl Clegg Joan Close Nancy Gardner Sheri Hayden Wilma Dillon Patricia Donham Lawrence Evanoff Doris Fosbeck Howard Hutton Steve Korpito Pat Heckert Ann Henceroth Joseph Hudak Bernard Hunt Terry McKenzie Donald Miller Inez Landrum Beverly Lewis Kenneth Lewis Edward Livezy Class Advisors--Miss Marian Zapka and Clifford Amstutz Dear Zeke: I am writing this letter to thank you for returning my bicycle fender, the one you knocked off the last time you borrowed my bike. I'm glad you brought' my fen- der back but you shouldn't have put it in the drivewayg the coal truck ran over it this morning. -Herk A P. S. If it isn't too much trouble, bring my bike back sometime this week. -imer by Paul Robinson Page Sixteen IUNIORS w , ,Y First Row Second Row Third Row Fourth Row Fifth Row Sixth Row Patricia Miner Shirley Miner Betty Myers Bill Myers Dorothy Needles Helen Onstott David Pol Arthur Power Harry Reynolds Jerry Reynolds Joyce Richards Paul Robinson Donna Rodhe Betty Royer Velma Ruggles Jane Scott George Smith Mary Ann Stahl Barbara Stonestreet Jean Rae Strausser Elaine Thompson Irene Vayner Dean Walton Richard Wearly 'xi f it Page Seventeen SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS Bernard Wirbel President Wayne Monbarren Vice-President SOPHOMORE CLASS Nancy Hadflich Secretary Inez Pruitt Treasurer First Row Ann Barr Edith Cooper Eileen Funk Jerald Jaggers Second Row Richard Busse Ronald Davis George Gaylord Roberta Jaggers Fifth Row Don Carver John Fitzsimmons Geraldine Hickman Marie Jones Sixth Row Jo Ann Carver Elaine Fosbeck Gary Hughes Bob Justice Third Row Carol Jo Burns Harold Deemer Lowell Given Jack Jenkins Seventh Row Mildred Cole Patty French James Jackson Esther Kime Class Advisors-Mrs. Sara Hoyt and Edward Olszewski Page Eighteen Fourih Row Doris Calvin Denzil Deuley Loretta Gump Charles Jones SOPHOMORES First Row Walter Lang Virginia Morgan George Rach Dana Slack Oliver Vayner Fifih Row Alice Magaw Phillip Partin Paul Rinehart Phillip Stumpt Valerie 'Weiss Second Row Raymond Lee Agnes Moskal Fred Reagan Arthur Smith Pauline Veppert Third Row Carol Lewis Nancy Needles Donna Richards Joseph Smith Dorothy Voehringer Sindh How Michael Mika Luella Pauley Martha Robb Bueleh Tennefoss James Westover Page Nineteen Seventh Row Jinx !Montgomery James Scott Lou Ann Thorpe Janet Williams Fourih Row Dennis Lockney Helen Newell Elwood Rine Mary Springston Richard Vogel FRESHMEN FRESHMAN CLASS Jack Carver President John Martin Vice-President 1-'RESHMAN CLASS Keith Bingham Treasurer Eva Shilliday Secretary First Row Bessie Ables Louise Burns Effie Dean Jimmy Heckert Everett Hurd Elizabeth Ashby June Cain Donald Dillon Eino Hill ' Margaret Hutton Fifth Row Ruth Blasens Barbara Carnahan Gerald Greeley Richard Hoffman Bobby Jenkins Sixth Row Dale Bradley Ronald Carter Ellen Hartzell Peggy Hoskins Joseph Jura Marie Bartholomew Ernestine Callaghan Mary Ann Jacoby Seventh Row Fourth Row Anna Behon Norma Calvin Betty Dye Richard Hillegas Harold J agers Alan Brunstetter Donna Corbett Carol Hayden Patricia Hughes Claire Lauffer Class Advisors--Mrs. Bernice Coffman and Steve Pucsok Page Twenty FRESHMEN First Row James Lee Juanita Partin Cecil Retherford Harry Sarver Jim St. Clair James White Fifth Row Oliver Moore Osta Prevot Second Row Marjorie Lewis Ruth Pinkard Dick Richards Thomas Samay Betty Stoneking Mary Williams Patricia Riggenbach Ethyl Smith J e'anne Vogel Third Row Charles Michael Barbara Power Jane Richards Sixth Row Barbara Mordew Melva Randall Beverly Rodgers Virginia Spencer Ruby Watson Nancy Sandrock David Thomas Barbara Yingling Page Twenty-One Seventh Row Fourih Row Ruth Miner Edith Power Robert Richards Donna Shilling Dick Thompson Theresa Zimmer Thomas Opperman Herman Reagan Nancy Saffels Jean Spiker Paul Westover CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES' Hi Gang! Another year is going by. Gee Whiz, it seems like only yester- day that school started. We found a few new teachers on the staff: Mr. Steve Pucsok, Mr. Howard Kinch, Mr. John Minotti, Mrs. Ellen Westover, and Mr. Albert Holb. On September 21, the Seniors held the first dance of the school years. Then on September 24, Mr. Cassiday of the CASSIDAY DANCE STUDIOS in Alliance, came and began a series of dance lessons. October 19 the Seniors had their pictures taken by Mr. Davis from Massillon. School on Saturday will never become popular. November was a very eventful month, especially for the Juniors. They held the annual Homecoming Dance the 9th. Marjorie Mc- Peak was crowned queen of S. H. S. The 13th of November the Director of Admissions of Hiram Col- lege talked to the Seniors about going to College. The morning of the 16th all the students were examined for Sugar Diabetis con- ducted by Mrs. Caldwell of the County Health Department. The Student Council sponsored a round and square dance. November 21 the Juniors gave their play, "YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU," under the direction of Miss Adele Phillips. Good play Juniors! And then it came, the long awaited Thanksgiving vaca- tion. November 29th we played our first basketball game, with Hiram. Then the beautiful but snowy month of December came along. The 16th Kenny Lewis was elected captain of the football team for the next season. Three cheers for Kenny! ! Came the 20th and we bade a farewell to our classmates clutching our Senior pictures and floundering through ice and snow but not for long, you see, Christmas vacation was here and home again. January 2 everyone came back fresh from Christmas vacation. January 10 was a happy day for the Juniors, they received their class rings. Southeast attempts a new project, a newspaper. The 11th the first edition of the PIRATES' PRIDE came off the press. The 19th the Seniors' had a mid-year semi-formal dance at Charles- town. Hail to February, the month of hearts and flowers. Mr. Miller, vocal teacher, is added to the faculty. The 2 of February, the Varsity S Club had a March of Dimes Dance, with Ellen Hartzell and Herb Behner reigning as King and Queen. Mr. Laczko takes over the shop instruction as we bid farewell to Mr. Hofus. The 22 being George Washingtonis birthday, was a holiday for the students. It also marked another important event. Mr. Holb stopped school long enough to get married and take a week's honeymoon in Ber- muda. Congratulations Mr. Holb! ! The 26th we were pleasantly greeted with the beautiful voices of the Vocalaires from Sebring High School. Also in the evening of the 26th the mixed chorus of which we are proud, sang at Ravenna Township School and was quite a success. The Student Council had a round and square dance the 28thg very successful dance, kids. April lst, the Home Economics Class went on an all day tour of the M. O'Neil Store in Akron. They tell me that they had a wonderful time, thanks to Mrs. Coffman, who was responsible for the whole thing. The 2nd, the .Juniors took a trip to Nela Park, to see all about electricity. Another big event took place the 4th, the Seniors gave their play. It was also held over and given the 5th. The name of the play was "MUSIC IN THE VALLEYH. Starting the 10th and running through the 15th, we had our Easter vacation. We came back to finish the year and the end was creeping closer every day. Some students were pretty happy about it. But the Seniors were a little blue, just think kids, no more studying and cramming for tests. May - - gee - - school is at an end again. This month was filled with lots of things, the big events were the Prom which the Juniors gave for the Seniors on the 10th of May, Baccalaureate the 18th, and then she big step, Commencement the 23th. And with that school c ose . Page Twenty-Two HOMECOMING DANCE On November 2, each class elected candidates for a Home- coming Queen. Candidates were Marjorie McPeak, Helen Notman, Joyce Richards, Inez Landrum, Janet Williams, and Ruth Bla- sens. The student body elected Marjorie McPeak, queen for this occasion. The Queen's court at- tendants were the other candi- dates. Steve Pelo and Cecil Kerly, co-football captains, assist- ed in the crowning. This Home- coming Dance was Friday, No- vember 9th, following the final football game with Atwater. Juniors were the sponsors and a large crowd attended. JEANNE VOGEL ' The student body chose Jeanne Vogel as the Southeast candidate for a Snowball Queen contest held at a special all-county dance at Randolph on Saturday, December 29, 1951. We are proud of our representative, Jeanne. PEGGY HOSKINS Our school is very proud to have such a good cook as Peggy Hos- kins. She won a trip to New York by entering the National Junior Pillsbury Cake Baking Contest. She was royally entertained dur- ing her 3 day stay at the Waldorf- Astoria Hotel, with dinners, flow- ers, and personal appearances. She received a stove, electric mixer, table and chair, and 350. This all happened on December 7, 8. and 9, and weire happy about Peggy's good fortune. ...ll-1.1 'RAMONA GAY BUSSE In March of 1951 Miss Busse received highest honors for voice in district competition. May 12 at Otterbein College she partici- pated in the state contest and was awarded a rating of I for her solo, "Il Baciou. 1 , L .-.A: -.- .- .-- so-.a Hofhe Coming Court Jeanne Vogel ' Ramona Gay Busse X Peggy Hoskins Page Twenty-Three PIRATES' LOG STAFF TOP ROW- BOTTOM ROW- Marjorie McPeak ,....,,. ......,,..,...,, S ociety Editor Pat Miner ...,....,....4.,.4.................,...,..., Music Editor Barbara Westover .,.,4...,....,..,...,,..,... Photo Editor Pat Heckert ..... .,...,. A ssistant Literary Editor Dave Pol .....,.......,......,....... Assistant Photo Editor Marion Fall ...... ..... . Assistant Editor-in-Chief Walter Yingling ....,.,..,,..........,...,.. Alumni Editor Vivian Smith .....,................., .. ........ .... A rt Editor Norman Burton .,.. Assistant Business Manager Ramona Gay Busse .........,..,,...... ,. Joke Editor Don Stacy ,...,..., ..,.,....,,,............ B usiness Manager Jeanette Hildebrand , .... Editor-in-Chief Kenny Lewis ,,.., ,...,.. A ssistant Sports Editor Joyce Richards ........,... Assistant Alumni Editor Ed Yarolin .4..... .,,......,,......,,....., S ports Editor Dorothy Needles ...,... Assistant Society Editor Pat Davis . ,.,,......, ,..,.. Calendar Editor Wilma Dillon .......,..,., Assistant Calender Editor Myra Schell ...,...,...,....,......,....,..,..., Literary Editor Nancy Neeldes .........,.......... Assistant Art Editor Southeast's first yearbook CThe Pirates' Logb was a success from the very start. The staff was chosen in October, but actual work did not begin until early December. The name was selected after the student body had submitted numerous sugges- tions, then the contest was narrowed to a choice of five. "Pirates' Log" was the name chosen by votex of the students on Friday, November 23, 1951. Don Crowder and Dana Slack being the recipients of congratulations for submitting the name "Pirates' Log." This being Southeast's First yearbook, the staff has attempted to incorporate the school's colors, seal, nickname and customs in an effort to produce a book which is representative of the entire student body. Mrs. Fall was our literary advisor and Mr. Holb our business advisor. Mr. -Pfeiffer was our general organizer. To the future staffs of the Pirates' Log we wish successful sailing and a rich bountiful treasure. m" iglmmmmx 04' ,!' bg S N C9 W B- , .fs 121 - Page Twenty-Four PIRATES, PRIDE STAFF January ll, 1952, the first issue of the "Pirates' Pride," our newspaper, came off the press. It was not until the next month however, that the paper was officially named. Doris Spencer submitted the name "Pirates' Pride" as anentry in the contest lto name our paper. This name along with others was voted upon by the entire student body. The name 4'Pirates' Priden won in the final count. Editorials, sports items, and scuttlebut are some of the features in each issue. In addition, original contributions of puzzles, poems and cartoons have appeared at various times. Interest in- creases as publishing date approaches early each month. The advisors are Miss Marion Zapka and Mr. Kinch. TOP ROW- g Geraldine Bailey ..,. Make up committee J im Curtiss .f .... ,.........,......, S ports Editor Frank Morgan ....,, Circulation Manager George Smith ..,,.....,,..,........,. Joke Editor Eddie Foster .........,.,,....... Editor-in-chief John Martin .........,,. Freshman Reporter Cecil Kerly ..,.........,... Business Manager Joanne Fosbeck ,.........., Senior Reporter BOTTOM ROW- Dorothy Brunstetter ,.., Feature Editor Jean Partin , ..t.. , ..,.....,.....,....... ...,..,, T ypist Virginia Wigglesworth .... Society Editor Elaine Thompson ,.,...,.......,..,..,.,..., 1 Typist Jean Strausser ..,.,..,...... Junior Reporter Carol Burns ..., .,.., S ophomore Reporter Louann Thorpe ,... Sophomore Reporter Claire Clauffer .,..,... Freshman Reporter Shirley Corbett ...,,. Make up committee Nancy Gardner .,.... Typist' CNot picturedb Page Twenty-Five CHEERlJLADERS VARSITY MST CLUB On December 14h this club held its first meeting for the purpose of electing officers. Those elected are as follows: President .................,,,.,,..,,,...,...,..,..,. ..................,........, P aul Hurd Vice President .,..,........,....,..,,. ......... L ee Robinson Secretary ,............... ,,4...., ....,.,........,...,... ...,.... D oris Spencer Treasurer .,...,,.,...,....................,.........,..... . .,..........,...... Ben Wirbel The club was organized with 25 charter members for the betterment and im- provement of athletics. Students receiving a Varsity S Letter are eligible to be- come members of this organization. Initiation was held March 11. February 2 the club held a round and square dance which was a great success. Each member receives a Varsity S Jacket with a gold Pirate's Head, and gold lettering on the back . 'Projects for the year included an athletic banquet, a donkey basketball game and a gold letter S to be placed on the auditorium curtains. The Faculty Advisor is Mr. Ed Olszewski. Varsity Cheerleaders Luella Pauley Doris Spencer Marjorie lVlcPeak Knot picturedl Reserve Cheerleaders Ruth Blasens Top Row - Don Stacy Joe Smith Bernard Hunt Jack Jenkins Eddie Foster George Smith Second Bow - Jim Curtiss Steve Korpita Eddie Yarolin Walter Yingling Cecil Kerley Walter Lang Pag Carol Lewis Bottom Row- Kenny Lewis Luella Pauley Benny Wirbel Doris Spencer Paul Hurd Marjorie McPeak Don Crowder e Twenty-Six Helen Notman Beverly Millhorn Eva Shilliday Knot picturedl- Lowell Given John Fitszimmons Jim Bungard Norman Burton Girls Club CAD Top Row Second Row Third Row B. Yingling E Calaghan Mrs. Westover J . Vogel M. Randall N. Calvin J. Richards E. Hartzell E. Shilliday J. Spiker R. Blasens M. Williams P. Hoskins R. Miner R. Watson M. Hutton K. Hill E. Powers T. Zimmer O. Prevot J. Cain M. Lewis B. Carnahan N. Saffels P. Riggenbach E. Dean C. Hayden M. Jacoby V. Spencer C. Lauffer B. Powers P. Hughes E. Ashby Bottom Row M. Bair D. Spencer V. Wigglesworth B. Westover M. McPeak J. Partin J. Hill J. Cole T. Lewis P. Davis Girls Club USD Top Row Second Row Third Row D. Richards' D. Calvin L. Brotherton E. Fosbeck B. Stonestreet A. Henceroth J. Williams D. Thompson C. Lewis L. Thorpe B. Lewis I. Pruitt M. Cole I. Landrum N. Haiflick H. Newell P. Clegg P. Heckert J. Carver D. Fosbeck M. Fall D. Voehringer L. Gump P. Veppert V. Weiss P. Donham C. Burns M. Springston I. Vayner A. McGraw M. Robb P. French S. Miner Bottom Row P. Miner J. Hickman S. Hayden A. Moskel J. Strausser E. Kimes J. Richards L. Pauley W. Dillon fNot picturedb D. Needles N. Gardner E. Cooper Mrs. Ellen Westover N. Needles Advisor H1-Y Top Row Middle Row Bottom Row J. Jackson Mr. Holb D. Hoffman D. Carver J. Carver D. Lockney G. Rach J. Westover H. Behner F. Morgan E. Rine J. Montgomery O. Voehringer D. Vogel R. Busse M. Mika G. Hughes N. Burton P. Brown O. Vayner W. Yingling J. Curtiss J. Lee E. Yarolin B. Jenkins C. Michael E. Hurd H. Hutton D. Bradley J. Greely R. Carter Page Twenty-Seven STUDENT COUNCIL Top Row Mr, Holb Cecil Kerly Dana Slack Jim Jackson Eddie Foster Kenny Lewis David Thoma Mrs, Fall Top Row Mr. Kenneth Ruckman Ruth Blasens Oscar Voehringer Jim Curtiss Betty Royer Virginia Wigglesworth Marion Fall Jane Richards Kathy Hill S B A N D Middle Row Jim Montgomery Jim White Margaret Hutton Mary Williams Frances Gower Elizabeth Ashby Helen Newell James Lee Everett Hurd Jean Vogel Dale Bradley Page Twenty-Eight Bottom Row Patty Heckert Marion Fall Ramona Busse Paul Hurd Jim Curtiss Patty Hughes Janet Williams .leanette Hill Boi iom Row Norman Burton Ann Henceroth Tom Cain Margie Lewis Virginia Spencer Esther Kimes Ben Wirbel Dana Slack THE STUDENT COUNCIL . The Student Council originated with a constitution drawn up by a group of temporary representatives chosen by each class in September. The election of officers was held on October 11 and was conducted in a manner similar to political elections: the candidates campaigned, official ballot forms were printed, and election booths were used. Every student voted freely and secretly for his favorite candidate. Temporary representatives tabu- lated the votes, and the following officers were elected for 1951-1952: President .............,,.,l .l....A .,......... P a ul Hurd Vice-President .l...,. ........, J im Curtiss Secretary ........,., .. ......... Marion Fall Treasurer .......,.,......i........,... ,......... ,... ,...,..,..... R a m ona Busse 'Three students from each class were chosen as student representa- tives in the Student Council. These representatives and officers were sworn into office by Common Pleas Judge Caris. . I The representatives chose Mr. Holb and Mrs. Fall as faculty advisors. The purpose of this organization is for the betterment and improvement of our school. The Student Council was responsible for the following: purchasing a popcorn machine, installing a coke machine, sponsoring square dances and noon time activities. The March of Dimes campaign was also conducted by this organization. I . MY VVRECK I had a car that went pretty fast. I went around a curve, and thought it was my last. When I stopped, four wheels in the air I got out and said a prayer. I took it home a total wreck dad saw it, and I got heck I fixed it up the best I could. V I knew it would run, or I thought it would. I started down a good sized hill, 2 There I had my greatest thrill. The brakes let go! I couldn't stop! And when I did-back on top. -by Paul Hurd 1 Page Twenty-Nine THE F. F. A. The Future Farmers of America held their first meeting early in the school year. The 1951-52 officers were elected November 5. They are: President ...,.,...... .A...,.,.....,.,.....,..,.....,A....,4..A...,..,....,.. R ichard Vogel Vice-President ..4..... ...,.,..,., F rank Burkey Treasurer ...,.,...,..,. ......,,4A..t.....4 . Tohn Martin Secretary ...,.,.. ..,,.,,, J ames Montgomery Reporter ...,.....,.,,........,....,..,,i.........,.... ....,..........A K eith Bingham Sentinel ...................A.AA..,..,.,,,.....,,.i,.......,............,. Herman Reagan The Faculty Advisor is Clifford Amstutz. - Our colors: blue and yellow. Our creed: To practice brotherhood, honor rural opportunities and responsibilities, and develop those qualities of leadership which a Future Farmer should possess. The F. F. A. Parliamentary Procedure Team took part in a contest during March. We sold garden seeds and seed corn as a service to the farm- ers and as a money raising project. A father and son banquet, a skating party, and a trip to judge cows were other activities of our organization. An F. F. A. basketball team took part in the Intramural Basketball Tournament also. Initiation for the Hgreenhands-' was held in April. Also in April an election for 1952-53 officers was conducted. J. Martin R. Carter E. Hurd Page Thirty F. F. A. Top Row Middle Row L Given E. Hill D. Wearley J. White J. Fitzsimrnons G. Greely P Rinehart T. Samay H. Reynolds B. Jenkins H Hutton J. Lee D. Carver D. Hoffman W. Lang D. Thompson Boiiom Row R. Hillagas Mr. Amstutz K. Bingham J. Montgomery D. Vogel G. Burkey H. Reagan NINTH GRADE BASKETBALL Top Row Mr. Pucsok J. Lee J. Heckert K. Bingham D. Thomas B. Richards Mr. Kinch Bottom Row Q H. Jagers H. Reagan P Westover J. Carver C. Michael J. White C. Retherford FOOTBALL We opened football season September the seventh at the Ravenna Stadium. The Prevue ended in a scoreless draw. It was played with the Ravenna City Reserves. After coming from behind in the 4th period we managed to tie Uniontown 12-12. The Aurora Greenies showed us they werenit so green. One of the finest teams we played all year. 39-O was the final score. Garfield out scored us 43-14 but we man- aged to push across two TDis. After Randolph took the lead, the Pirates came to life in the last quarter, but the odds were overwhelming. The game ended 57-19. The school's spirit was up for this game and in the first quarter we fought on even terms, but the Rovers of Rootstown won 48-0. On 4 completed passes in a row we scored a TD and gave Mantua a scare, but the final score was 37-14. We played McDonald under the worst weather conditions of the year. With their power they conquered us. Score: 47-0. 1 .The Pirates gave the Atwater Spartans a rough going over. We scored TD's on a 70 yard interception, a 35 yard skirt around end, and a pass. One of the most exciting and closest games of the year. Final score: Atwater 26g Southeast 21. Top Row Middle Row BOHOII1 ROW Mr. Hofus Kenneth Lewis Bernard Hunt Kenneth Jenkins George Rach Walter -Lang Jack Jenkins Fred Reagan Jack Carver Lowell Given Paul Hurd Frank MQYSHFI Terry McKenzie Donald Crowder Walter Yinglmg Ben Wirbel Joe Smith George Smith Ed Yarolin Ed Foster Mike Mika Cecil Kerley .Terry Reynolds Mr. Olszewski Page Thirty-Two LETTERM Page Thirty-Th BASKETBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL 1Lef1 io Righij Lowell Given Ed Yarolin Kenneth Lewis Eddie Foster .Tohn Fitzsimmons Norman Burton Jim Bungard Don Stacy Dana Slack Mr. Hofus RESERVES BASKETBALL Top Row Mr. Olszewski Fred Reagan Ben Wirbel John Martin Gary Hughes Jim Jackson George Gaylord Bottom Row Walter Lang James Lee Everett Hurd Keith Bingham Elwood Rine LEAGUE GAMES Our first league game with Hiram was won in a miraculous over- time 61-59. X During the Randolph tilt the Pirates led through the game until the last period losing 33-29. Rootstown picked us to begin their winning streak by walloping us 68-30 at Aurora. We pulled the game out of the fire in the third quarter and came home with a 54-51 victory! With our man to man defense we almost succeeded in upsetting Gar- field, who finally won 45-38. Being the underdog in a heated contest we upset high flying Mantua 34-31. Our shooting eyes were off during this game and Suffield downed us 43-33. Ravenna Township having one of their best shooting percentage nights beat us 64-51. The Pirates were hindered by Atwateris small fioor and were de- feated 47-40. With all of Windham's power and height, we easily succumbed to them 79-21 in our last league game. Page Thirty-Four ug! T' '7 5 Veastwec I tw fd L me Cjems 5 cb 3 O As the first issue of our 'Pirates' Log" goes to press, we are happy to include this page of our treasured gems. Yes, in any treasure chest are found rare jewels of great value, so it is with us. ln all sincerity, we hope that the "jewels" that are found on this page shall serve as an inspiration toward higher attainments for the students of Southeast High in the coming years. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY lt is our privilege to begin a chapter of the National Honor Society, which is sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Membership in each class is limited. Eligibility requirements are based upon scholarship, character, leadership and service. The final selection rests in the hands of our faculty. We are proud to announce those who have been chosen this year. Seniors-Geraldine Bailey, Shirley Corbitt, Jeanette Hildebrand, Cecil Kerley, Jean Partin, Vivian Smith and Walter Yingling. J uniors--Norman Burton, Lawrence Evanoff, Marion Fall, Edward Foster, Patty Heckert and Kenneth Lewis. Sophomores-fprobationary members, Elaine Fosbeck, Nancy Haiflich, Jim Jackson, Lou Ann Thorpe and Pauline Veppert. Mrs. Sara Hoyt is faculty adviser. VALEDICTORIAN and SALUTATORIAN Jeanette Hildebrand has won the honor and the distinction of ranking first in her class as determined by the point average for the four years in high school. She, then, becomes valedictorian for the Class of 1952. To Jean Partin goes the second highest honor, that of becoming salutatorian. BOYS' STATE and GIRLS' STATE The Deerfield American Legion post is sponsoring two students from Southeast High School to attend these summer conventions. Each student must come from the junior class. Final selection is made by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, citizenship, leadership, character and service. This year Kenneth Lewis will attend Boys' State at Camp Perry and Patty Heckert has been chosen to attend Girls' State at Capital University. We are grateful to the Deerfield post that two of our students have the opportunity to attend these splendid camps in citizenship training. Page Thirty-Si:-c CHARLESTOVVN SCHOOL FACULTY Top Row Bottom Row Mr. Herbert Bradley ...,... ..,,.,,........... C ustodian Mr. Albert Ernes .... .,........ Seventh Grade Mrs. Amber Bradley ........ ....... C afeteria Supt. Mrs. Alice Williams ....... .,..,.,,.... F irst Grade Mrs. Elinore Hurd ............,.............. Second Grade Mrs. Dolores Warren ....... ,,.,.,.,. F ifth Grade Mrs. Alice Critchfield ..,...........,... Fourth Grade Mrs. Mary Lyons .........,........ ............... S ixth Grade Mr. James Huston ....... Principal, Eighth Grade Mrs. Margaret Cassidy ...., . ,.,. ,. ..,. Third Grade First Row Stanley Davis Patrick McGarry Joan Stoneking 1-'ourih Row EIGHTH GRADE Second Row Dale Hatlsclaw Beverly Misner Homer Stonestreet Fifth Row Carol Huff Gary Jones Lyle Rinehart Catherine Schneider Dick Waltz Donna Wearley Our basketball season wasn't too successful, Third Row Patty Hammer Bill Pahls Barbara Tewksbury Sixih Row Dick King Eileen Shearer Juanita Wilson but we've gained valuable ex- perience and did have many good times practicing and playing hard. Laurels are due our school patrol, members of which served faithfully to pre- serve order and safety on the playground, in the gym, and on the busses. They were rewarded in part for their efforts by an evening at the wrestling matches in Akron and a day watching the Cleveland Indians in action. We owe a vote of thanks to the P. T. A. for the swings and sliding board they purchased for our playground. Our orchestra made much progress under the capable direction of Mr. Ruckman. Culmination of the year's activities will be commencement night. Diplomas will be given the graduating class and recognition awards will be presented all pupils who have earned them for perfect attendance, reading circle, patrol, scholarship, or athletics, Page Thirty-Eight First Grade Top Row Middle Row Mrs. Williams J. Arnette B. Weese J. Thompson J. Lewis R. Hayden L. Cowger J. Needles R. Moser L. Cowager D. Wadyka D. Laughlin S. Sanders E. Phelps M. Stafford J. Stillion J. Seeley J. Crow M. Brandfield C. Ferris N. Babington T. Satrorn Second Grade Top Row Middle Row Mrs. Hurd R. Stutler L. Sly B. LeMon B. Shufelt G. Ferris L. Huston C. Veppert J. Doak R. Johnson B. Harrell B. Forgacs E. Lewis K. Rinehart N. Castle N. Wanchick L. Strausser J. Lowe L. Ringler I. Varner T. Pahls C. Bender V. Schneider S. Locke G. McKown tNoi piciuredl J. Hennig B. Bradford C. Gibson Third Grade Top Row B. Davis R. Dillon T. Forgacs B. Williams K. Moser A. Schneider E. Skilton J. Jones R. Wilson T. Yannayon D, Roosa Middle Row C. Goldner M. Spurlock R. Ferris R. Bice G. Pahls R. Hurd B. Needles R. Stillion P. Miller T. Stafford CHARLESTOWN Boiiom Row Fourth Grade Top Row Second Row E. Wawrin W. Strausser H. Miller W. McEwen D. McGee S. Roosa N. Ringler P. MiMahon N. Bradley E. Burns D. Davis J. Miller G. VVilson H. Cowagar S. Sanders J. Cowager L. Sarver J. Huff M. Ulirig M. Dufien M. Miller C. Owen E. Ober D. Thomas D. Strausser D. Farley B. Seyfried T, Richards Boiiom Row T. Reynolds N. Wilson J. White R. Rodgers L. Richards P. Pfile D. Stewart D. Davis M. DeGraw B, Bellard L. Stratton A. Hammer Z. Stevens L. Partin Boiiom Row L. Honeck S. Welling M. lVICCubbin H. DeGraw R. Pullium B. McKown P. Misner C. Seyfried T. Hayden R. Hamlin J. Lavo Mrs. Critchfield Teacher Third Row G. Fall C. Partin J. McEwen K, Hammer M. Bellard D. Lock W. Miller J. Stewart M. Davis J. Duffen Page Thirty-Nine CHARLESTOWN l A aww Page Forty Fifth Grade Top Middle Row P. Laughlin V. Loomis R. Macie L. Sarver I. Spurlock C. Davis D. McGee G. Lelvlon B. Jenkins R. Lallathin B. Dillon F. Wilson J. Pahls J. Shewell R. Wilson V. Smith A. Stafford C. McCubbin . Sixth Grade Top Row Middle Row J. Smith B. Holtsclaw P. Sveda D. Holtsclaw L. Martin A. Owen K. West C. Hammer D. Ringler P. Lallathin L. Sparks D. Schneider B. Forney G. Pahls C. Hutton J. Johnson C. Lockney H. Bingham M. McMahon S. Schneeberger E. Skilton Seventh Grade Top 'Row Middle Row J. lVIcGarry D. Dillon D. Hughes C. McCubbin F. Stafford D. McPeak A. Laughlin R. Rinehart J. Strausser D. Wilson G. Jenkins D. Fullen J. Bailey J. Six Bottom Row S. Vair J. Martin L. Owen G. Bishop M. Harrell T. Jenkins K. Davis J. Schneeberger H. Duffen B. Petrone Bottom Row A. Schneider P. Jagriow M. Williams N. Wymer G. Stratton E. Carns D. DeGraw L. Seeley A. Petrone B. Huff K. Wearley Mary Lyons Teacher Bottom Row J. Reynolds J. Powell R. Richards S. Friesel J. Williams D. Haiflich C. Lavo D. Moser CHARLESTOVVN Cheerleaders Basketball School Patrol DEERFIELD SCHOOL FACULTY Top Row Bottom Row Mrs. Marie Clark . .,....,, .Cafeteria Superintendent Mrs. Kathryn Vogel .,......,. ....... T hird Grade Miss Mary Harwell. .,... .,.... .,...,,44.,......... F o urth Grade Mr. Donald Humphreys ..... ...,.... S ixth Grade Charles V. Heisa ,,,...,...... ..... P rincjpal, Seventh Grade Mrs. Hazel Ingledue.. .....,,.... .....,. S econd Grade Mrs. Alice Grammer ..........,..,,........,............ Eighth Grade Mrs. Alice Herron. .......,......... ......... F irst Grade Mr. Joseph Ijlalrtline ..,....,..,...,...,.......,.......... . ..... Custodian Mr. Kenneth Ruckman ..................,...,....,...........,........ Music Mrs. Grace Gillingham ....,..............,.. Cafeteria Assistant Mrs. Belle Strong ..................... .....,.......,...,,....... F ifth Grade EIGHTH GRADE First Row Second Row Third Row Fourth Row Fifth Row Sixth Row Wllllarn Benton Alan Bishop Nita Burkey Rebecca Callaghan Kenneth Funk Ann Hartzell Clarence Jenklns Nancy Jenkins Iren Johns William Kirkham Carl Kitchen James Kovitch Sarah Pauly Donald Peterson Mary Prevot Doris Robb Barry Sapp Sharon Sapp Vida Hoskins Bottom Row Across-Margaret Suffecool Bonnie Thompson Seventh Row Myrel Myers Joe Tennefoss Janice Welday Beverly Shearer This year at Deerfield all the grades, one through eight, have done many interesting activities which have been correlated with the classroom subjects. These have proved fun and exciling as well as very helpful in giving us new ideas about our work. We want to do more of these activities in the next school year because we feel they greatly enrich the school program. r The P. T. A. held a fair and the School Boosters had a frolic night. The proceeds from these two affairs are being used for playground repairs and new playground equipment. As a project for the entire school, we have collected sales tax stamps. Then the money was divided equally between the grades. The teachers then purchased the things each room needed to make her room better suited for her class., We also, as a school, were very successful in selling seeds this year. Page Forty-Two First Grade Top Row Second Row D. Reed M. Johnston Mrs. HETIOI1 B, Braunns S- Sweesey T. Stafford R. Davis H. Burkey C. Carver W. Smith B. Malmsberry Second Grade Top Row Second Row C. Smith K. Fisher Mr. Hartline G. Short SJ Scott E. Hartzell S. Braunns J. Benton K. Toth C. Kaley H. Newell J. Earnest D. Kerr S. Carver E. Kays C. Troyan Third Grade Top Row Second Row L. Diehl S. Weingart P. Braunns J. Jones L. Hoskins C. Black W. Burkey B. Davis W. Carver B. Henderson R. Rodhe G. Flory L. Powers W. Batton R. Patrick J. Wilson Fourth Grade Top Row Second Row C. Lindemuth G. Tennefoss S. Elliott C. Moore I. Newell M. Watters R. Kaley S. Jones J Negley E. Johnson J. Johns B. Johnstone J. Thompson C. Adams E. Thompson M. Short Miss Harwell Third Row A. Johns V. Blasens R. Stauffer L, Walters A. Sutcliffe C. Byrns L. Jones Third Row J. Scott L. Kaley R. Peterson R. Powers J. Everman B. Johnstone G. Burkey M. Black Third Row M. Hoschar S. Robb C. Black J. Weingart D. Watters R. Sampson M. Blasins R. Bradfield Bottom Row G. Bailey R. Stauffer E. Reed Y. Jenkins J. Varmuzek J. Prevot S. Bently G. Bradfield DEERFIELD Bottom Bow - AQ Bottom Row K Bartholomewlvl. Jones G F. Hawell J. Brown D. Sutcliffe L. Burkey R. Lloyd S. Ellison Third Row M. Roeber E Dean M. Booth V. Dolin E. Hoschar J. Funk J. Peterson S. Roeber . Funk .Shilling . Dean Earnest . Welday . Kibler E S C. D D B Mrs. Vogel Bottom Row wewfecwrcom . Scott Teacher Kirkbride Bartholomew Best Evans Bullis Kirkham Earnest Hall Black Page Forty-Three DEERFIELD Fifth Grade i Top Row Second Row Third Row Fourih Row J. Shilling R. Blaisens S. Ellison C. Blaisens M. Davis D. Reed E. Bailey B. Reed C. Smith E. Peterson D. Byrns B. Jenkins G. Sapp C. Kirkham M. Peterson R. Diehl J. Dourm M. Smith L. Waltz E. Stauffer J. Herron R. Burkey R. Armon G. Bishop Boiiom Row D. Bostwick P. Hoschar C. Welday C. Carter B. Vogel E. Johnston Belle Strong N. Hoskins Teacher Sixth Grade Top Row Second Row Third Row . J. Warth J. Gregory B. Kaley J. Shearer T. Allen N. Kays J. Davis B. Close G. Scott N. Black A. Lindermuth E. Moore D. Donohue H. Kerr T. Schall Mr. Hurnphreys P. Burkey C. Monbarren L S. Hill l Seventh Grade Top Row Second Row Third Row Mr. Heisa C. Hoschar D. Sampson M. Hildebrand D. Rohde F. Thompson E. Dolin E. Scott E. Evans L. Carver F. Thomas C. Collins C. Carter L. Powers P. Funk E. Hoschar C. Carter L. Moore TONETTES SAFETY PATROL Page Forty-Four BASKETBALL ORCHESTRA PLAY CAST 4 HISTORY CLASS ' CRAFTS D E E R F I L D TEA TIME SCIENCE . STORE Pgage Forty-Five PALMYRA SCHOOL FACULTY Top Row Bottom Row E. Henceroth ,,..,.., ,..... C ustodian Gordon Weber ...........,. ., 4 .,.4.... 7th Grade Alice Shipley .......,.. ...,,. 3 rd Grade Pauline McKinney ....,,..... .......... 1 st Grade Laura Hutton ,..... ,4... .,,..,..., 6 t h Grade Ruth Eckert, 4...4...., ............,.,....,...,..,,..,,...... 4 th Grade Helen Spencer ............. .. ,........ .. 5th Grade Thelma Wigglesworth ....,.....,..,.............., 2nd Grade Florence Caldwell ..,.......,..,...,.......,.. County Nurse John J. Mendiola 4,.,.. Principal and 8th Grade EIGHTH GRADE First Row Second Row Third Row Fourth Bow Fifth Row Sixth Row Bottom Row Across Bill Cowell John Dunham Emil Dria Kathleen Flick Clara Grace Donald Hill Carolyn Sickle Louis Jackson Robert Johnston Neil .Tones Jack Lewis Ann Maksim Dickie Moss Charles Steele Martha Norris Maggie Pauley Fred Polornsky Lucille Pruitt Madeline Quinn Donna Jean Sampson Patricia Stumpo Emma Vayner ' Carole Yarolin Palmyra School has been having a busy year. Everyone seemed all excited at the opening oi school, Probably the most memorable and excitable events were the basketball games we played with Paris for the championship. We lost, but we offer congratulations to Paris and to our boys. Our amateur show was a great success and the proceeds were contributed to the March of Dimes, Our school is also very proud of the certihcate of award for its contribution in the drive for comic books for Muscular Dystrophy. Our newspaper, the Chatterbox, has been an item of interest all year and our Student Council and Safety Patrol have done an excellent job. , It is not all work at Palmyra-we have had parties on Christmas, Halloween, and Valentines Day. We all had a good time at the picnic toward the end of the school year. Page Forty-Six PALMYRA F irst Grade Top Row Second Row J. Rrichard M. Behon W. Grace R. Villers J. Kehres D. Pauley D. Smith R. 'Brurnbaugh M. shelton C.'Pozza J. Vlarner G. Tkacs K. Kavelaris I. Moss E. Kline - Second Grade Top Row Second Row R. Johnson H. Stewart R. Cain R. Vinyard L. Stumpo P. Steele C. Pinkard G. Jones E. Martin R, Gordon B. Mann D. Lewis W. Smith J. Jackson S. Challstrom E. Saffels Third Grade Top Row Second Row L. Pinkard P. Steele R. Flick L. Smith J. Gordon A. Pruitt J. Thomas C. Kuss B. Long R. Polomsky D. Behon D. Francis E. Brotherton D. Hill L. Hayes D. Brumbaugh J. DeVore K. Hanning F. Sherwood Fourth Grade Top Row Second Row F. Dria B. Brumbaugh E. Pauley F. Hunsicker D. Norris J. Puhalsky J. Williams J. Sanders D. Miner G. Grace M. Seem R. Warner G. Pritchard R. Thornton T. Scott J. Vaynor J. Kavelaris C. Latacki D. Thomas W. Aberegg J. Rutherford F. Stewart Bottom Row C. Lerlecky T. Martin J. Roberts S. Pozza R. Montgomery D. Michael R. McKenzie E.13fruitt" - Boiiom Row J. Sanders L. Dye J. Braham K. Kavelaris D. Hupp K. Vayner H. Spencer S. Kehres J. Utley Botiom Row D. Valley F. Mizer S. Boothe K. Greathouse T. Lataki B. Whiting J. Corbett D. Francis S. Street S. Montgomery Bottom Row J. Utley J. Beetler V F. Wise P. I-Iunsicker C. Maines C. Fisher C. Beckwith S. Hupp E. Hill B. Smith H. Michael Paie 17'orti-Seven PALMYRA Fifth Grade FUPUUUU3 ' -1 L' U Egg-3 igwm 35129 WEE f"?'P1lPf" I' V1 MES wig 5 an O 2 . Mizer Pozza Cooper Cain B. Pinkard P. Beetler F. Utley D. Kavelaris N. DeVore C. Greathouse B. Border G, Pol V. Carlson Mrs. Spencer P. Inks Sixth Grade Top Row Second Row J. Grace B. Vayner J. Jackson F. Kellie A. Pinkard R. Hughes A. Polomsky P. Pauley S. Coss D. Dye J. Cory M. Jones G. Brumbaugh S. Sickle Mrs. Hutton H. Montgomery Seventh Grade Top Row Second Row T. Bailey Mr. Weber W. Francis R. Smith E. Riggenbach S. Miner P. Stumpo D. Carlson T. Pol C. Stone A. Thompson Bottom Row S. Miner J. Greathouse D. Wise J. Jordan A. Hupp C. Warner M. Donham J. Pauley Bottom Row V. Crichfield R. Crichfield T. Patton M. Aberegg D. Lewis D. Sampson, Jr. J Purchiorone H Pruitt Botiom Row P. Quinn H. Brumbaugh M. Maxin W. Calvin A. Purchiaroni R. Francis N. Cooper G. Ogden X BASKETBALL STUDENT COUNCIL Page Forty-Eight 1 J- T Q 1 PALMYRA Page Forty-Nine PARIS SCHOOL FACULTY TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW Mr. David Thomas ....... ,,..... P rincipal and 8th Grade Mrs. Gertrude Riffle ......... ,,... . ,.3rd Grade Mr. James Battoclette ,,..... ....,............................ 6 th Grade Mrs. Edna Neass .......,,.., .,,.... 5 th Grade Miss Martha Sloan ........, .........,.....,.........,..... 4 th Grade Mrs. Fay Given. .....,...,....... .,..,..,...,.....,.......,....,.. 7 th Grade Miss Leola Rapstock ..,. ...............,......., 1 st Grade Mrs. Virginia Sechler ,... ,..... .,... ..........,.,,. I ,......... , . . .2nd Grade Mrs. Anna Hautp ..... ........... . , ..,,... Cafeteria Superintendent I EIGHTH GRADE Top Row Left to Right Bottom Row. Nerys Klotzel Charles Martz Rose Stabl James Tomlinson Marilynn Van Nostran Ronald Walton Virgil Bell Donna Gardner Donald Gower David Headley Ruth Headley Robert Jackson James Jacoby Paris School opened in the fall with a slight decrease in enrollment. The remaining pupils were pleased to see that the halls and rooms were freshly painted in attractive col- ors. In addition to those changes there were five new teachers. The school year has passed pleasantly and quickly with about the same number of programs, entertainments, absences due to weather and sickness as in other years. pThe P. T. A. has treated us very generously: curtains for the stage and the Home Economics room, and a banquet for the basketball team and cheerleaders. Perhaps the main event of the year was the winning of the Portage County District Grade Championship by our basketball team. The boys practiced long and diligently, played hard, listened to their coach and Won. Paris School is proud of them. Page Fifty PARIS First Grade Top Row Second Row J. Mullane J. Rockenfelder M. Centers M. Albecker B. Champlin T. Wilson N. White J. Gaves J. Reynolds C. Conley T. Wilhelm W. Westover M. Imhoff J. Van Winkle J. Tarr R. Purdy Second Grade Top Row Second Row Third Row Mrs. Sechler J. Eagleson W. Retherford A. Tomlinson S. Albecker T. Mohan M. Headley R. Wilson J. Gardner L. Woolard E. Rockenfe1derC. Curfman M. Cimbanin G. Schell L. Bell K. Gadd L. Harnar K. Hauser B. Richards S. Opperman R. Bates G. Pittman Third Grade Top How Second Row Third Row Mrs. Riffle B. Lark D. Brunstetter V. Reagan M. Allman M. Showers J. Conley B. Sandrock M. Gump C. Kropp H. Tomlinson L. Jagers T. Westover P. Richards C. Albecker T. Wilhelm R. Mullane D. White P. Sickle C. Headley Fourth Grade Top Row Second Row Third Row J. Lewis T. Van Nostran J. Mohan Miss Sloan P. Rockenfelcler C. Gaves B. Weiss M. Hudak K. Eagleson H, Purdy N. Wilhelm D. Schell C. Jacoby R. Bates C. Suffecool E. Sandrock D. Jagers B. Gardner K. Gee P. Lee D. Hill J. Hilligas C. Van Winkle J. Hauser Fourth Row D. Richards T. Headley J. Suzelis Page Fifty-One P- T 4 Fife? Page Fifty-Two PARIS Fifth Grade Top Row Second Row Third Row J. Hayes E. Jones M. 'Westover E. Jones T. Zelack B. Wilson A. Headley M, Jagers D. Bell J. Lauffer S. Hauser V. Curfman C. Weiss C. Wilson B, Miller L. Conley R. Showers B. Miller , R. Watters B. Rockenfelder M. Stovanchul K. Allman L. Gadd G. Albecker C. Tomlinson Fourth Row W. Corbett R. Hilligas P. Fvans M. Hill Sixth Grade . Top Row Middle Row Boitom Row M Gee R. Sickle R. Bates R. Van Steemburg B. Lee M. Heft H. Kolovick L. Lark ' J. Van Winkle Mr. Battoclette J. Jones V P. Stabl A. Suzelis B. Morgan T, Lutz L. Gardner D. Reagan G. Watters Seventh Grade Top Row Second Row R. Hill W. Morgan J. Thomas N. Hauck J. Lee E. Showers D. Given R. Caldwell A. Brunstetter P. Albecker R. Westover L. Thorpe Mrs. Given R. Gump D. Lewis Fourth Row R. Suffecool S. Collins D. Hill H. Retherford S. Showers Third Row J. Tomlinson J. Richards S. Magill R. Jura P. Bell ' R. Williams H. Thomas M. Opperman Page Fifty-Three PARIS Basketball "Champs Cheerleaders Patrol Activity SOUTHEAST ALUMNI Maureen Bailey Nurses Residence 1812 E. 105th Cleveland 6, Ohio James Baker R. D. 17:2 Night School Jet Engineering Frank Beck Diamond, Ohio Married Will Buchanan R. D. ,'fi'1 Ravenna, Ohio Ravenna Arsenal Carl Bungard R. D. 312 Newton Falls Ravenna Arsenal Jesse Carver Deerfield, Ohio B. 8: W. Alliance Rose Coburn R. D. 1:1 Atwater, Ohio Ronald Corbiti lMrs. Paul Teetsl Diamond, Ohio Diamond, Ohio MacDonald Steel, R. D. itl, New Milford Kent State University Shirley DeQuasie William Donham Youngstown 1Not p Ramona Crooks R. D. itl New Milford, Ohio Page Fi' Tom Fiztzsimmons U. S. Navy San Diego, California Roy Forney R. D. 31 Ravenna, Ohio Meat Market Bill Frederick 1001 Vine Street Kent, Ohio Kent State University Violet Given R. D. in New Milford, Ohio Woolen Mill, Ravenna Duran Jenkins Naval Air Base Memphis, Tennessee Electronics Ronald Jenkins Deerfield, Ohio B. 8: W., Alliance Jane Johns Deerfield, Ohio B. 8: W., Alliance Joe Kainrad 447 Notre Dame University Indiana Robert Kaltenbach R. D. 32, Atwater B. 8: W. Reserach, Alliance Ellis Kerley' Marine Corps South Carolina icturedl Gale Diehl R. D. itl, Deerfield B. 8: W., Alliance fNot picturedj E yt-Four SOUTHEAST ALUMNI Sally Ann King Nurses Residence 1812 E. 105th Cleveland 6, Ohio Lucille Kline fMrs. Dick Buchananb R. D. :pl Ravenna, Ohio E. LeRoy Lang Navy Atlantic City. New Jersey Elwyn Laughlin Tokana Park Washington 12, D. C. Washington Missionary College Dave Lewis 1001 Vine Street Kent. Ohio Kent State University Bonnie Miner R. D. itl New Milford, Ohio Air Cruisers, Ravenna Roger Mordew Diamond, Ohio Woolen Mills, Ravenna Delores Needles 1Mrs. Dick McKenzieJ Diamond, Ohio Millie Nessenihaler Diamond, Ohio Ravenna Arsenal Everett Phile R. D. 111, Ravenna Ravenna Arsenal Merle Phile R. D. 1721, Ravenna Farming 8: Trucking Lois Powers Y. W. C, A., Akron, Ohio Bell Telephone Bobbie Ann Pullium 523 Gage Street Firestone Tire 8: Rubber Company Inis Reagan R. D. 122, Ravenna Hayes Auction Helen Reed Y. W. C. A., Akron, Ohio Firestone Tire 8: Rubber Company Sara Richards Ormsby Hall Lawrence College Appleton, Wisconsin Neil Rine R. D. 4652, Ravenna Ravenna Arsenal Florence Ritchie Deerfield, Ohio Gale Robb Deerfield, Ohio DeNiece Ruggles Atwater, Ohio B. 8: W., Alliance Page Fifty-Five SOUTHEAST ALUMNI Bill Saffels New Milford, Ohio Goodyear Tire 8c Rubber Co. Ruth Sampson ClVlrs. Dick Ginertj Diamond, Ohio Oak Rubber, Ravenna Doris Sandrock Warren, Ohio Adams Insurance Co. George Sanford Sanfords Shorthorn Farm R. D. 322, Ravenna, Ohio Birdie Scott Deerfield, Ohio Larry Sltambach Navy, Pacific Fleet San Diego 36, California Alice Sickle Ravenna Boheckers Business College Vale Edge Nancy Smith Atwater. Ohio B. 8: W., Alliance Bernell Stonestreet Grand Island, Nebraska Cornhusker Ordnance Plant Mary Stoyanchal , KMrs. Audrey Soulesb Vifayland, Ohio Jo Ann Strausser R, D. itl, New Milford Bell Telephone, Kent Eileen Symes Ravenna R. D. .rt 2 Boheckers Business College Joyce Wearley iMrs. Raymond Wyresj Ravenna, Ohio Harry Westover Ravenna, R. D, 1:2 Alliance Machine Company Wayne Wheaton Ravenna, R. D. ,'1 Ravenna Arsenal Peggy Wheaton 251 Pratt Street Ravenna, Ohio Woolen Mills, Ravenna Beatrice Whiting New Milford, Ohio R. D. .tbl Checkerboard Jim Williams Box 83 Apco Ravenna, Ohio Ravenna Arsenal Donald Wine Army. Korea 217 Postmaster, San Francisco Lovera Zelack Herbert's Drug Store Newton Falls, Ohio iNot pictured! Harry Shillings Deerfield, Ohio B. 8a W., Alliance Page FiftyfSix ' DEERFIELD RADIO SALES Ravenna - Diamond - Canfield -- Phones 1 523 7 88 3561 5 FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCTS Stoves . . . Refrigerators . . . Washers Water Heaters COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS Sales and Service P g F fty E ghi l ??V COMPLIMENTS OF KOR NS RAVENNA AND KENT WOOD HANSEN'S F U N E R A L ARMY SURPLUS H 0 M E S 4-za 2.65 Headquarters for ' WORK CLOTHING RAVENNA - - - ATWATER . SHOES ' BOOTS A-an 9 TENTS ' TARPAULINS Ambulance Service ETC' Pg FftyN Aliii ' UNIVERSAL SEWER PIPE CORPORATION Sewer Pipe . . .' . Drain Tile Concrete Pipe PHONE PALMYRA 12 T I R E S - Full Recapping . . V ulcanizing Passenger and Truck-All Sizes-Farm Tires RAVENNA TIRE SERVICE Dial 6324 480 Cleveland Rd.-Raven Oh COMPLIMEN TS OF O ..,,.- ,CHECKERBOARD R E S T A U R A N T ' ijf 1 Under New Management A , L.A.HERSTINSURANCE.AGENCY Riddle Block 4759, Room if 22 200 W. Main St., Ravenna, Ohio Phone 8760 Eh . . . Insure With Confidence . BRYAN F.JONES AGENCY Complete Insurance and Real Estate Service 118 North Chestnut Street Dial 6533 Ravenna, Ohio A PgStO FORNEYQS FINERAMEATS "Ravenna's.Favorite 'Meatingi Place"- I - Featuring Finest Quality Meats At Lowest Prices ' X. -f- A -' ,1 EiK-7 R 5!- Y L ' -1'- Free Delivery . . . Dial 7739 f e 1 ' ' ' W 1 -I 3 ff f -..I . 4.-g4fy,w M: 5 ?-5,125 4 fag? L4 1 l .. D R J 245 W. M k ain Street Ravenna, Ohio BISHOP BROS. LUMBER CO. Office and Yard-Edinburg, Ohio I Complete Line of Building Materials ROOFING - SASH DOORS - INSULATION HARDWARE - SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS PLYWOOD - SHINGLES MOULDINGS -- CEMENT PLASTER We Welcome Your Call - Ravenna 5245 AKRON - YOUNGSTOWN ROAD Pag S ty-Two Compliments of Jenkins Kc Jenkins N egley I Sohio Station EW? 4 1 1".gg1,.y gy I . , VA -VDEERFIELD, OHIO DEERFIELD, OHIO ' " ' C 1' f DOMESTIC COAL """""'e"fs" EEOM THE MINE :E ' DIRECT To You :I Edlnburg Motors, Inc 42-f-an ' -rf fx' Peterson Coal Co. . PHONE! , . DEEEEIEI-D' OHIO Ravenna ease - aazs - 5734 Dutchas Garage Makslm Market l .ENQE General Merchandise Phone: E EWS P P Rav' 6972 DIAMOND. oI-I1o 1 O I Compliments of I Mllt0n Auto SBVUICB M Sohio Products K rallgs Super M arlcet Ig if fx as ex? -x ff: 1 4 Lake Milton 1 LAKE MILTON, oI-IIo . 1 r ' Page Sixty-Th 5 RAVENNA TRUCK 8: IMPLEMENT Trucks . . . Farm Machinery . . Refrigerators C International Harvester VALE EDGE-KAINRAD DAIRIES, INC. At your service the year around with Grade A Dairy Products and Quality Check Ice Cream. Our Banquet Hall is available upon request for Parties and Banquets at all times. Phone 6419 247 South Chestnut i Ravenna, Ohio PAUL G. MILLS, INC. Allis Chalmers .... New Holland SALES and SERVICE Dealers in the Latest in Modern Farm Equipment Phone 3474 338 N. Diamond Street Ravenna, Ohio Pgsryr ' A 'V f'l I M ff? rf if 21 l m? , 7 .Willy jg! , D QS, QM! ' 'Help thy brother's boat across, and lo, thine own has reached the shorelw This is good banking philosophy, be- cause We benefit most by helping cus- tomers. Constantly we seek to live up to our reputation as an accomodating bank. May we be of service to you? , THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK Ravenna, Uhio Best Wishes to Welding .A Saw Mill . Gen. Repairing Southeast Schools 'I 3 Hubert Spencer STARLITE ARENA SKATING RINK Phone Pal- Y-5 Deerfield-Rt. 224 SZ 225 t Rouie 18 Palmyra 'r v----vw-vv'---vvvvvw : Coral Beauty Ensingefs General Store Phone 2473 N. Benton GROCERIES ' ' MEATS I DEERFIELD' OHIO 1' HARDWARE . . PAINTS ' General Merchandise 73? 'K Y? ik at Sk P 5 Mi. East on Ri. 224 If Palmyra' Ohio ' if Page Sixty-Five E. S. McConnell Q Sons APPLES and PEACHES 4In Seasonj 2-Z5 Telephone 5068 -- 6923 . D. 1 RAVENNA. OHIO ' 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 44 4 4 4 Compliments of Diamond Inn :ff fx as Diamond, Ohio R. H. johns 62 Co. GENERAL MERCHANDISE 255 Diamond. Ohio Phone Pal. F-26 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 4 BOB'S SOHIO SERVICE 1? 'K ii? Garage . . Repair . . Towing Phone Palmyra X18 Diamond Ohio Compliments of Damon Chemical Co. 4 4 Sanitation Chemicals ALLIANCE, OHIO 4 44 44 44 44 I 4 4 4 4 44 4 44 44 44 4 44 44 44 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 I 4 4 44 Page Sixty-Six Drink In Boitles 4?-Zh THE 4' Akron Coca Cola Bottling Co BLACKSTONE 3178 fmefsm' . I For Johns Manville Home Insulation S plllway Tavern I Homeward Steps Locke Ornamental Railing Weather Proofing . Cinder Blocks Foundations. Etc.-See Craig Beach-Lake Milton FISH FRIES OUR SPECIALTY I Shrimp . . Oysters . . Frog Legs 4, chicken and steaks .1 5365 I Picnic Grounds and Swimming I C. 255 Phone 4512 or 5033 GOOD FRIENDS MEET HERE I Cotton Corners Ravenna, O. I A:::::::::::::::::::::::: I A:::::::::::- -::::: : I Compliments of Compliments of I I ' 9 Elm s Truck Stop Leevs place 2-Z5 I 2'-Z5 I :I Five Miles East of Ravenna Q I Edlnburg 'I On Route 5 L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY "Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges" Class Rings and Pins . . . Commencement Invitations . . . Diplomas Personal Cards . . . Club Insignia . . . Medals 8: Trophies HAROLD C. JONES R. D. -7? 2. Medina, Ohio RAVENNA LUMBER Sz COAL LIME . . . CEMENT . . . SEWER PIPE . . . DRAIN TILE BRICK . . . PAINT . . . BUILDERS' HARDWARE LUMBER . . . SASH . . . DOORS Ravenna, Ohio Page Sixty-Seven S malls' s General Store E. J. Smolk, Prop. 2'-Z5 Sohio Products . . Groceries . . Meats Pottery . . China .2-55 Phone: Ravenna 6957 Edinburg. Ohio Gifts for All Occasions FOR A FINE WATCH CHOOSE A Bulova . Gruen . Elgin . Hamilton or Longines . Wittnauer -A1- ' Kreinbergis JEWELERS SINCE 1884 228 W. Main St.. Ravenna. O. -- CONVENIENT TERMS -- ZELACICS COAL mi SUPPLY Pricetown - Ravenna Road At Prichard's Crossing 255 Phone 5396 Newton Falls. Ohio 2'-Zh - WE GUARANTEE IT - Picciones' JEWELERS WATCHES . . DIAMONDS . . JEWELRY 2-Zh 244 W. Main St. Ravenna. Ohio Phone 5374 Compliments of W. M. Kyser Sales Co. WARREN, oH1o 2" Distributors of JANITORIAL, SANITARY and SCHOOL SUPPLIES SCHOOL and OFFICE FURNITURE Compliments of Ravenna Hatchery OHIO U. S. APPROVED BABY CHICKS 265 Phone 7734 Ravenna, Ohio Roger M. Richards HEATING . . . SPOUTING MYERS WATER SYSTEMS ik' 'K if Phone 2103 Wayland, Ohio Lee Kc Sons Service MECHANICAL WORK WELDING , 2'-Z5 Phone Wayland 2127 Route 627 PARIS, OHIO Page Sixty-Eight 'I 'I MAYHEW ELEVATOR co. :E Farm Bureau Insurance :I Services I RAVENNA' OHIO IL Auto . Fire . Lite . Hosp. . Polio IQ Farm and General Liability 'I 'I 'I I Geor e C. Walters Over 32 Years Service to :E g 1: Telephone-N. Benton 2145 V, Portage County Farmers I 1, DEERFIELD, OHIO -5-iff:-'53-5555-P-4555:-i -'JIIJJJJJJIIJJI-'J 4:35:55 I I BEST or LUCK Brown Gables It I I1 TO SOUTHEAST!! Cotton Corners, Ravenna 1: I, ' 'I FULL COURSE DINNERS 11 fab 'I LUNCHES 1: I1 ROCKWELUS CIRCLE PUMP HOME MADE PIE , I IC DEERFIELD, OHIO ICE CREAM MILK sI-IAKES 5: 'I hnvn-'nun il 'I C""'P1i"'e"'s of 1' GORAY TRUCK STOP ii - ' GAS . . OIL . . ACCESSORIES DIck's Gulf Service ' TIRES . .BATTERIES I I I NOVET-TIES ACCESSORIES 3 GOOD HOME COOKING .2-Z5 If I 255 Quality Products and Service 'I I , .5 Route 14 and so EDINBURG, OHIO . ' . . h' ' 1365 E Main St Ravenna O 10 1: Phone-Ravenna 5949 I I -L ,,,,,L,,:,,.-:ff.-::::::- E. VV. PHILE .7-an Coal and Lime 255 PHONES: RA 7834 Evenings-RA 7030 HQIMIIS 29 Sazvs-1151510109 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I Page Sixty-Nine HARDWARE . . HEATING PLUMBING HOUSE WIRING 2-5 We Repair Anything -i- THE P. L. FRANK LUMBER Co. 6'Everything For The Builderg' Ravenna Kent Dial 7321 Dial 3614 HOSTETLEIVS GROCERY .Quality Meats and Groceries East of Traffic Light On Rt. 18 PHONE RAV. 6931 , EDINBURG. OHIO WISHIN G WELL INN Mrs. Grace Austin, Prop. Edinburg, Ohio CATERING TO WEDDINGS, PRIVATE PARTIES, LUNCHEONS AND SUNDAY DINNERS - Reservations - 44 44 44 4 4 4 l 44 44 44 Shore Inn STEAKS . CHOPS . SANDWICHES 2-573 Phone Pal. E72 LAKE MILTON Compliments of BECK S O H I 0 SERVICE 2-Z5 4 44 4 44 44 4 Rt. 14 and 18 EDINBURG. OHIO 44 44 Page S 4 44 44 Sickle's Market CHOICE MEATS . . . GROCERIES DRUGS . . SCHOOL SUPPLIES APPLIANCES Your Patronage Appreciated ,255 Located on Rt. 18-Across from Lake Milton P.O. eventy Palmyra Floral Gardens FUNERAL AND WEDDING ARRANGEMENTS Corsages . Vegetable Plants . Cement Fertilizer .R-in Phone Palmyra - H5 Diamond, Ohio 1 Mile West ot Palmyra - We Deliver I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I Diamond Pattern Works H Manufacturers of IGH CLASS WOOD PATTERNS 52--5' Phone-Palmyra, 24 Route 18 Diamond, Ohio KALEY LUMBER Dealer in Hardwood Lumber 2125 Phone: M-33 Palmyra DEERFIELD, OHIO I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I I APPRECIATING YOUR PATRONAGE PAST AND FUTURE West Parts Q Scrap .eau Phone-Rav. 4833 EDINBURG, OHIO MARY,S RANCH Restaurant . . Garage i' 5 OPEN 24 HOURS 255 WRECKER SERVICE Rt. 224 Near Berlin Dam Phone N. Benton 9365 f--Zh - Good Meals and Bunks 1 Page Se 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I V E nty- One MONTIGNEY HARDWARE a-an Plumbers, Supplies Glass . Tools . Gifts Toys . BPS Paints 2-55 ADMIRAL and CROSLEY TV . RAVENNA, OHIO I PHONE 7621 v. G. SLY GROCERY I GROCERIES . . MEATS . . ICE CREAM POP . . CIGARETTES and ??? 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