Stow Monroe Falls High School - Stoanno Yearbook (Stow, OH)

 - Class of 1954

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W 'lu I '77' ft 'K 5 J, YI! u, S ' Q W L, X f' 'I x L lx I I M , C2095 T D Fl Of' Senior CLASS POEM Our Class has finally passed the testg We've reached the top like all the rest. Twelve long years we've had to wait, But now at last we'll graduate. As Freshmen we felt awful small When we walked down the high school hall, So we often tried to imitate The Seniors who were to graduate. The Sophomore year was not so bad, just think of all the fun we had. We never thought much of the date When we were going to graduate. The greatest thing ever happened to Stow Was our Junior Variety Show By now our eyes would illuminate When someone mentioned a "graduate." The Senior year we studied like mad To bring up the grades we already had, 'Cause we were afraid to improve them too ate For fear we might not graduate. We've laughed and joked and had our But after all is said and done, We must admit we really hate The thought that we must graduate. All wasn't fung we worked hard too, On every task we've had to do. Now, with a tear, we hesitate To leave our school and graduate. fun Our teachers were steadfast, patient, and true So to them a great deal of credit is due. We want them to know we appreciate Their efforts in helping us graduate. Our future depends on the choice we make Of the opportunities that are ours to take As we pass, through the golden gate That's open to every graduate. CLASS COLOR Silver and lilac Barbara Bankes CLASS MOTTO Be mindful of the future because we are the future CLASS FLOWER The yellow tea rose Beverly Wlloughby Tyra: Harold Carpenter Vice Pres Phyllis Darling Ser fseaiedj joe Cahill Pres 0 . . A . - ' , - , . . , - l a 'r s 'S 1 -n i , . Q The future looks bright to those whose education has been carefully polished, whose store of wisdom has been adequately filled and whose spark of initia- tive is always ready. These are the people who will lead the way in dull and dreary times. P. I. Van Brunt, Superintendent ev" XI W rs- Yefd i 5 9e9ixin:1i"'n0'i wetgxti Plot Psa L oi the Og- P, Sc Qe',xngeY:S35, Yosiiiofxoiiswv Sc, sv," N Bertha Morrow Hammel Business College Position: Secretary to Mr. Van Brunt. William Barr Ohio State University B. A. Akron University M. A. Poxilion: Principal of the Stow l High School, Elaine Bassett Akron Business College Poxifion: Secretary to Mr. Barr Evelyn Kaufman Vest Virginia University B.A. Teaches: English I, II. Adviser: Senior Class. William Bloor Ohio State Univ. B.S. in Ed. Pennsylvania State M.A. in Ed. Teaches: Driver Education, Bio- logy. Leonard Bartoo Mansfield State Teacher's College B.S. in Ed. Columbia University M.A. Teaches: Physics, Gener Science, Chemistry, Adviser: N tional Honor Society. al 3- James Dunn Kent State Univ. B.S, in Ed. Teaches: Solid Geometry, Al- gebra I, Practical Math, Business Arithmetic, Trigonometry. Ad- viser: junior Class, Annual Staff. Velma Workman Mount Union College B.S. in Ed. University of Akron M.S. in Ed. Teaches: American History, World History. Adviser: Future Teachers of America. Walter Kimpton Hiram College Ph.B. Ohio State University M.A. Teacher: Latin I, II, Civics, Social Problems. Adtixer: Na- tional Forensic League. Eldred Saviers Muskingum College B.A. Kent State B.S. in Ed. Kent State M.A. Teaches: English III, IV, Psy- chology, Guidance Counseling. Adviser: Senior Class. Dorothy Denbrock Western Reserve University B.A. Teaches: Algebra I, II, Plane Geometry. Adviser: Senior Scho- larships. Victoria Lalli Kent State B.S. in Ed. Kent State M.A. Teaches: Spanish I, II, Typing I, Shorthand I. Ad1'iser:Y-Teen. Dale Stanford Kent State B.S. in Fd. Kent State M.E. Tearbex: Band. A111 iser: Hi-Y. Junior Paul Slater University of Akron B.A. Teaches: English II, Geography Conservation, Speech. Aillisrr Stohion. Bernice Burnham Ruth Patterson University of Akron B.S. in Ed. Kent State B.S. in Ed. Teaches: General Business, Typ- Tvafbvx: Glee Club. ing I, II, Shorthand II, Office Practice. Leo Doyle Ohio Slate B.S. in Ed. Tearbrs: Health and Physical Education, General Science. Coaches: Reserve Basketball, As- sistant Football. Adviser: Senior Hi-Y. William Heasley Kent State B.S. in Ed. Teaches: Industrial Arts I, II Adviser: Student Council. Pictures Not Obfainable Hannalou john Ruth Koch, Home Economics Harriet McMillen Sally Shank, Health and Physical Education 'K was MXSS S mum Bea 'w ,ph Ein, he Ss ' ixes se ,,,,, ,,,,,,, taxi wb Ks 'Coe Kok bein! eco ov: stobeqws v1'xC0 'ws 1900 'OQOXK X4 es. Y oi kewl ff ieabeis ov! Yobic XQQO if! e, sowe 'I QQ XRS 'added to 'One QW: 060 oi s Kms Kacfh 7 oevi 'ooo eixodxcds. ta '0ooX. 'I-1 me 9 00: Qonci Ks Q 'o ' 'o and Sc iam Geese wicca iwixoqxs so efooox xxfxot Yxxg cfxt cohixoo. MASK. Onete me A50 sdosc, THEY RUN IT W. Barr "He Run.: Them" -2,-,- "Fcc'l Lilac T7'!1l'C'Il71g.',, .ar-Q , Mr. Lawrentz Mr. Bloor "S0up's On" Kitchen Staff Mrs Mrs Mrs. Ivlrs Mrs. Mrs Cross Rose Hatcher: Pontius Jones King Mrs. Andresen Gus Littel XValt Chandler "Lr!'s Hazr A Clrun Su'c'ej1" 'fi' wx JEAN ARNOLD General Courxe Dcbbies 1, 23 G. A. A, 1, 2, 3, 43 Booster Club l, 2, 3, 43 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 33 Y-Teen 3, 43junior Achieve- ment 43 Stohion Staff 3, 4. BOB AGEE College Prepamlory Scorpion Football 13 Scorpion Basketball Mgr. 13 jr. Hi-Y 1, 2 fScc. 213 Class Treasurer 23 Student Council 1, 3, 4 CPres. 413 Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4 fVice Pres. 31 QChaplain 413 Led Seniors at Cominencement 33 Variety Show 33 Booster Club 43 Annual Staff 4. BARBARA BANKES College Preparatory N. F. I.. 1, 23 Debbies 1, 2 fTreas. 213 Booster Club' 1, 2, 3, 4 fSec. 413 G. A. A. 2, 33 Variety Show 33 Rainbow 2, 3, 43 Y-Teen 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 F. T. A. 43 Stohion Staff 3, 43 junior Achievement 4. RAY BELLINGER General Course Jr. Hi-Y 1, 23 Scorpion Foot- ball 13 Variety Show 33 Class Vice Pres. 33 Sr. Hi-Y fPres. 413 Varsity Football 3, 43 All Metro 43 Booster Club 4. PAT BEE Com Nlfffllll Course Dcbbics l3 Glee Club 2, 33 Rifle Club 3 lPres. 41. CHARLES BOERNER College Preparalory Booster Club 4. PAULA BERTKA College Preparatory OUR LADY OF THE EL!" srow Booster Club 3,43 N. F. I.. 3, 43 Y-Teen 3, fChaplain 413 His- tory Scholarship Test 33 G. A. A. 43 F. T. A. 43 Stohion Staff 43 Annual Staff 43 National Honor Society 2, 43 junior Achievement 4. BERNARD BOROK College Preparalory PORTSMOUTH HIGH Scholarship Team3 Latin I3 Tro- jan Pep Club 1, 2. EAST LIVERPOOL HIGH JOHNSTOWN CENTRAL HIGH srow Booster Club 4. CAROLINE BLACKWELDER College Preparatory Debbies 1, 2: Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Rain- bow 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3g Y-Teen 3, 4, Stohion Staff 39 Annual Staff 4, junior Achieve- ment 4. BOB BOWEN General Course Baseball 2, 3g Boo srer Club 4. BEULAH BOWMAN General Course SPENCER HIGH Bible Club 15 Glee Club 1. STOW Booster Club 4. BEULAH BOWMAN General Course smaNcEk HIGH Bible Club lg Glee Club l. sTow Booster Club 4. PAUL JOSEPH CAHILL General Course ST. MARYS Varsity Football 1, 2, Basketball 2, Baseball 2. sTow Variety Show 33 Football Man- ager 3, Shop Foreman 3, 4: Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Booster Club 43 Junior Achievement 4: Class Pres. 4, Annual Staff 4g Stohion Staff 3. LINDA BRADLEY College Preparatory Debbies 1, 2, fPres. 219 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 1, 4g Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, May Queen Attendant 1, Snow Queen Attendant 3, 45 Homecoming Attendant 2, 4, Variety Show 33 Annual Staff 4, N. F. L. 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen 3, 4, fPres. 415 World History Scholarship 39 Rainbow 4, Y-Teen Basketball 4. HAROLD CARPENTER College Preparatory Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 1, 2,1 Var- sity Basketball 3g jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4, Booster Club 4, Class Vice President 4. JUNE CAUDILL College Preparalory BUCHTEL ' Orchestra 1, 23 Physics Club 35 Art Club 3. STOW Booster Club 4, Hi-Y Queen 4: G. A. A. 4, F. T. A. 4, Y- Teen 43 Y-Teen Basketball 4. BERNARD CHABOUDY General Course Football 1, 23 Basketball I, 2 Baseball 1, 2, Served in the U.S Navy. Sr. Hi-Y 35 Glee Club 1, 2' n n LARENE CHRISTIAN General Course Moses LAKE G. A. A. 3, Class Play 3, Class Officer 3. PICKSTOWN Pep Club 3, 1Vcep 31, Student Council 3, Class Play 3, School Paper and Year Book 3, 4, TI-iespian 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4. BOB CONLEY General Course Scorpion Football 1, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Sr.-Hi-Y 3, 4, CSec-Treas. 41, Variety Show 3, Varsity Football 3, 4, junior Achievement 4, CPres. 41. RUSSELL DAVIS General Course Basketball I, Rifle Club 3, 4, Booster Club 4, Junior Achieve- ment 4, fTreas. 41. EVELYN FULST Commercial Course ELLET G. A. A. 1, Future Homemakers of America 1, Y-Teen l. s'row G. A. A. 2, Y-Teen 4, Booster Club 4, junior Achievement 4. M 5. 15? .ai I X if ELINORE CORK General Cou rse Debbies l, 2, Band Z, 3, 4, Var- iety Show 3, Y-Teen 3, 4, Sto- hion Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, F. T. A. 4, CTreas. 41, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Basltetball4 SUSAN GLEGHORN General Course Debbies I, 2, G. A. A. I, 2, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stohion Staff 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, fVeep 31, F. T. A. fHistorian 41, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Variety Show. PHYLLIS DARLING General Course WADSWORTH CENTRAL G. A. A. 2, jr. Y-Teen 2. Howxak Thespians 3, Dramatics 3. STOW N. F. L. 4, Stohion Staff 4, G. A. A. 4, Class Secretary 4, Booster Club 4, F, T. A. 4, junior Achievement 4. JUDY FRANKLIN College Preparalory Debbies 1, 23 Booster Club l, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Attendant 2, fQueen 413 Rainbow 2, 3, 43 Class Sec- retary 33 Stohion Staff 33 Y- Teen 3, 43 Variety Show 33 Cheerleader 43 junior Achieve- ment 43 Annual Staff 4. MARVIN DOWNING College Preparalory LOVELAND Reserve Basketball 3. srow Scorpion Basketball 13 Jr. I-Ii-Y I, fTreas. 233 Student Council 1, 23 Reserve Basketball 23 Booster Club 4, QTreas. 413 Sr. Hi-Y 43 Varsity Basketball 43 Algebra I Scholarship. ANGELINE HARVEY College Prrparalory Student Council l3 Debbics l, 23 Variety Show 33 Band 1, 2, 33 G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 43 Booster Club I, 2, 3. 43 Homecoming Attendant 13 Christmas Attend- ant 1: May' Queen Attendant lg Stohion Staff 3, 43 Wbrld His. tory Scholarship 33 Y-Teen 43 Annual Staff 43 junior Achieve- ment 43 F. T. A. QPres. 41. DONNA HOLLADAY General Courxe Debbies l, 23 Band 1, 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Rainbow 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 33 Stohion Staff 43 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Y- Teen 3, 4. DON JACKSON College Prrparalory Scorpion Football I3 jr. Hi-Y l, CVice Pres. 213 Class President 23 Variety Show 33 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, CCaptain 433 All Metro 3, 43 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 43 Varsity Basketball 43 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Algebra I Scholarshipg Plane Geometry Scholarshipg Algebra II Scholar- sl1ip3 Scorpion Basketball 13 Re- serve Basketball 3. JACK KLINE General Cou ne Rifle Club 3, 43 Booster Club 4. DANETTE JONES College Prvparafory GARRETTSVILLE Class Secretary I3 Student Li- brarian 2, 3 3 Substitute Teacher 3. srow Y-Teen 43 Booster Club 4. 'Q- 1 I DARLENE KELLY Grnrral Course KENT ROOSEVELT Future Homemakers of America I. sTow G. A. A. 35 Booster 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. ELVIN LICHTY College Preparatory Jr. Hi-Y 1, 25 Student Council 25 Scorpion Basketball 15 Va- riety Show 35 Class President 35 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. NANCY LEAS General Course N. F. L. 15 Debbies 1, 2, CSec. 235 G. A. A. 1, 2, 45 Variety Show 35 Y-Teen 45 Annual Staff 45 Junior Achievement 45 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Basketball 4. FRED LONG College Preparalory Jr. Hi-Y 1,25 sr. Hi-Y 3,-1, Band 1, 2, 35 Glce Club 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 3, 45 4-H 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Variety Show 3. MONA LOTTS College Preparatory Debbies 1, 25 Band 1, 25 G. A. A. l, 25 Student Council 1, 2, CSec. 255 Spanish Scholarship 35 Christmas Attendant 1, 3,45 Y-Teen 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Stohion Staff 3, 45 Led Seniors at Baccalaureate 35 Homecoming Queen 45 F. T. A. 45 Cheer- leader 1, 3, 4, CCaptain 435 Booster Club 2, 3, 4. MAX LOVINGOOD College Prcparalory Scorpion Basketball 15 jr. Hi-Y 25 Reserve Basketball 35 Variety Show 35 Varsity Football 3, 45 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Booster Club 3,4. ROBERTA MARKLE College Preparalory Assistant Librarian 1, 25 Deb- bies 1, 2, fChaplain 215 Band 1, 2, 35 English Scholarship 2, 35 Homecoming Attendant 35 Student Council 1, 2, 3, fvice Pres. 335 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 4, fSec 31 lPres. 415 Y-Teen 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 25 Annual Editor 45 Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 N. H. S. 3, 4, fVice Pres. 43. DONALD MacDONALD College Preparafory Variety Show 35 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Booster Club 4. MARY MICHL College Preparalory Debbies 1, 25 G. A. A. l, 2, 45 Reserve Cheerleader 25 English Scholarship 2, 35 Variety Show 35 Y-Teen 45 Junior Achieve- ment 45 Annual Staff 45 Stohion Staff 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ART NIGHMAN College Preparalory Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, fVice Pres. 215 Glee Club 1, 25 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Variety Show 35 F. T. A. 45 Annual Staff 45 Christmas King 45 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, fPres. 4,5 Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 45 All Metro 1, 45 Var- sity Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Var- sity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Athletic Cup 4. JUANITA MOORE General Cou ne Dcbbies 25 Y-Teen 45 Booster Club 45 G. A. A. 4. MATTHEW PAL General Course Scorpion Basketball 15 Reserve Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 35 Varsity Football 45 Student Council 3, 4, fTreas. 415 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Booster Club I, 2, 3, 4. NANCY PATTERSON Com merfinl Course Debbies l, 25 Rainbow 2, 35 Variety Show 35 Bookkeeping Scholarship 35 Y-Teen 45 An- nual Staff 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES PERRIN General Courxe Rifle Club 3, 45 Booster Club 3, 45 junior Achievement 4. ELV A PLATT General Course G. A. A. 1, 2: Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Debbies 25 4-H l, 2, fPres. U5 Y-Teen 45 F. T. A. 45 Variety Show 35 Y-Teen Basketball 4. DICK REIMEL College Preparalory Scorpion Basketball 15 Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Reserve Basket- ball 35 Student Counci 45 Sr. Hi-Y 4. JOANN POST College Preparalory Debbies 1, 25 G. A. A. 15 Y- Teen 3, 4: Spanish I Scholar- ship 35 Cheerleader 45 junior Achievement 4. MARY ANN ROSENBERGER General Courxe Booster Club 1, 45 Glee Club l, 2, 35 Debbies 1, 25 Assistant Librarian 2, 35 Y-Teen 3, 45 F. T. A. 45 Junior Achieve- ment 45 Stohion Staff 4. DONALD SAMPSON College Preparatory Scorpion Basketball 15 Variety Show 35 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Booster Club 3, 45 Varsity Football 4. MARGARET SCHMITT General Course Debbies 1, 25 G. A. A. l, 25 Variety Show 35 Y-Teen 3, 45 Booster 45 Stohion Staff 4. DOROTHY SEMLER Commercial Course Booster Club 45 Y-Teen 45 junior Achievement 4. NANCY TREGO General Course Debbies 1, 25 Variety Show 35 N. H. S. 35 Booster Club 4. RAYMOND SMITH Comme rrial Course koosEvEI.T JUNIOR HIGH Amadrams I5 Pan American 15 Patrolman 1. RICHMOND UNION mGH Footlighters Club 25 UNESCO 2. Traffic Committee 2. SAN LEANDRO HIGH Thespians 35 Hi-Power 3. STOW Booster Club 4. JOANNE WILLEY General Courxe Debbies l, 25 Glee Club l, 25 County Chorus 25 Variety Show 35 Stohion 3, 4, KCO-Editor 33 flfclitor 415 F. T. A, 45 Maj- orette 45 Annual Staff 45 Booster Club I, 2, 3, 4. 15 WANDA SHAFFER College Preparalory Debbies I, 25 Algebra II Scho- larship Test 35 Variety Show 35 Student Council 45 Y-Teen 4: Annual Staff 45 junior Achieve- ment 4, lSec. 4j5 Band 1, 2, 3, CAROLYN WILLISF ORD College Preparafory Glce Club I5 Dcbbies l, 25 Rainbow 2, 3, 45 Spanish Scho- larship 35 Variety Show 35 Led Seniors at Commencement5 N. H. S. 3, 4, lSec. 495 Y-Teen 45 45 Booster Club l, 2, 3, 45 Cv. A., A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 1Pres. 435 Y- Teen Basketball 4. RICHARD REINHART College Preparalory Latin I Scholarship 15 Latin II Scholarship 25 Chemistry Scho- larship 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Ili-Y 45 N. H. S. 3, 4, fPres. 415 Reserve Basketball Mgr. 35 Football Mgr. 45 Bas- ketball Mgr. 45 Booster Club 4. BOB SHUSTER College' Preparalo ry Glee Club 15 Scorpion Footbal 15 Science Scholarship 15 Bio- logy Scholarship 25 jr. Hi-Y l, 25 Student Council 25 Assistant Scorpion Coach 25 Glce Club I: Varsity Football 35 Annual Staff 45 Sr. Hi-Y 4. DELORIS SMITH Cmnmerrial Course Debbies 1, 25 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Rainbow Z. 3, 45 Library As- sistant 25 Stohion Staff 35 Var- iety Show 3: Y-Teen 3, 4: Junior Achievement 45 N. F. L. 45 F. T. A. 4. Annual Staff 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK WETMORE Grneral Course Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 35 Booster Club 45 4-H 3, 4. EARL WITSAMAN College Preparalory General Science Scholarship 15 Biology Scholarship 25 Chemis- try Scholarship 35 Variety Show 35 Class Treasurer 35 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 N. H. S. 3, 4, lTreas. 435 Annual Staff 45 Booster Club l, 2, 3, 45 Scorpion Football I5 Varsity Football 2. BEVERLY WILLOUGHBY College Preparatory G. A. A. 1, 25 Debbies 1,25 Variety Show 35 N. F. I.. 3, 45 Stohion Staff 3, 45 Y-Teen 3, 4, fTreas. 455 Class Treasurer 45 Annual Staff 45 Booster Club I, 2, 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 4: Rainbow l, 2, 3, 4. MARJANE WEBB College Prepafaiory PITTSBURGH Pep Club CLEVELAND Y-Teen 13 Red Cross 2. STOW Y-Teen 3, 43 Booster Club 43 G. A. A. 43 F. T. A. 43 junior Achievement 43 Annual Staff 43 Stobion Staff 4. DUANE WOOD Gmeml Course ST. VINCENT Band lg Glee Club 1. s'row Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball Mgr. 2, 3, 43 Stobion Staff 33 Glee Club 43 Jr. Hi-Y 23 ST. Hi-Y 3, 4. JUDY WISE General Course ELLET Band 1, 23 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, fBasltetball Mgr. 433 N. F. I.. 3, 43 Library Aid 25 G. A. A. 3, 43 Dramatic Club 43 Christ- mast Pageant 43 Red Cross 2. DICK YARGER College Preparalory Booster Club l, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 23 jr. Hi-Y l, 23 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 43 Reserve Basketball l, 2, 33 Varsity Basketball 43 Varsity Baseball l, 3, 43 Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 43 All Metro 4: Stohion Staff 3, 4. ELNORA WRIGHT General Course Debbies l, 23 G. A. A. lg Y- Teen 3, 43 junior Achievement 4. BILL ZIMMERMAN College Preparalory Scorpion Football I3 Scorpion Basketball I3 Annual Staff 43 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 43 jr. Hi-Y I, 23 4-H 1, 2, 33 Band l,' 2, 33 De- Molay 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 33 Variety Show 33 Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4. LOIS WILKINSON Cammerrial Course Debbies 23 Y-Teen 43 Booster Club 43 Variety Show 3. as- , it A 3 . NO PICTURE 1 ,255 -I 5,3-L MW if We Q R '52 WSW Vit -IS' vb fa, I I JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Delores Red Vrre Pvsldenf Mmam Russell Serrelarg Dave Mulvaney Premlent fseatedj Dorothy Bowman ,T QQ Bob Brisbin ,,o Pat Buchanan 5 Clara Chapman it Eleanor Chapman Lois Cockerham dl X Henry Collms Carolyn Cork Bob Cross Judy Chapin Glen Daugherty 1' -nv Iydna Edmmnster Ann Hubbard Gall Gage Kathryn Erwm Patsy Hxckey Tom Hnckm Tom Hnllyer Bob Gemberlmg Rxchard Hmdall To the JUNIORS Donna Fnsber To the future semors of Stow Here s some advnce 1 We want you to know If you follow thus rule We all agree Dan Gleghorn A successful class you wxll be To your school be fanthful and true But don t do any tlnng we wouldn t do Sallle Fogarty Class Flower The wlnte rose Class Colors Blue and wlute Stnve for success m the present for Class Motto. the future. Calvm Holley V Joyce Jones Wanda ones CN Kg l Cz? Chrxstme Kof froth . YZ7 Betty Landls "' Q George MacAdam Bonme Marhofer stir Edward Moffatt 6 Mary Ellen Moore Thelma McCann x- E A V . 'sv ' J 5' ,A ' . C 1-. X -' 4 Z ' K., X ' , 6... Q , T - I , ,X Shirley Kemp Floyd Matheny 70- Q' Byron McDonough ,M , r Q il Q -N' .,.-- V f.,, -1. ' .1 . Q a 5 I Q- 4, , ' CM s . . z . . X7 K' ,.,., . M, 1 HA 7 1 . gh . . M -gi 5 . :T M l sr ' , 1' '15, A Rxta Ketterman Lols Lessng Cla1re Loveland f' Munlyn Mlller Martha Mltten Q.--f Rollm Morr1son Dave Mulvaney f 'X Tom Nxtzsche 5 Robert Parrxsh l James Phelps Shxrlee Powell C27 Glorla Propts Delorns Rend l Barbara Rogers ? 'fx 'lb Mnrlam Russell Allan Saladm A 1' T27 Carol Sampson Dlck Sams Robert S1mpk1ns l fc' Paul Smk J- Betty Slater qu Duane Snyder ar Shxrley Snyder Isadora Somosko lang, Sue Starr fy Bull Stemple 3 Joyce Surgen Bob Sweeney Eddne Wallace Beverly Watson K' Pat Werner X George W1lson 50' Rrchard Wrlson 55. Frank Tafel l an Pat Thexs Dlane Wlllmgham Donna Thomas James Wolfe 1 'QD Absent Judy Johnson Anmne Graham Sandra Rowles Dlck Lmger 'P' V a ,il V. - W ,fl , , E A , J m , Q V- QV' N, r L wr N , fy y..,. Vg, gy rl Q, ' R ' , ' K- A ' 4 vu. ,gy V . "' XA, 'H-W 5, pf -sk 4 -'43 . l, 'QF' y .om Jean W1lson Dick Van Sise . at 55 I - ,X f Y V I l by y A e 1 . . , 4 wav' X 1' . S , , , . . . A 1 - - 55 5: ld- f' 1' s Raoul Vesco Treaxurer Allen Shallahamer Vice Presxdenl Flora Cmeralln Serretarg Marlyn Gusravson President Qseatedj f li-r Margaret Adams Y George Akers y-Q. 'L YWI7 Tom Akms Nancy Andresen +- 7 Davld Ault Joan Bachtel 'init 'fin S A-f Blll Balley Carol Baxley av- Roy Barley 'bf Patsy Barrett -14? Ronald Bextzel 054 Z Ed Bmder 727 Bob Boslev Q7 Alden Boyce wmv' X x Davld Bradley an Leroy Brnsbm 'Vs 2' Roberta Brown QQ f 'fi . L""U"'5n Na 'K , 5 i y I, 5 yi i , 'S 'I I 'Tl fs, H W -'X a .Q B 'f"'2 B Q 'T ll , ye . ..,.. 4 , Q, A I , - f --M - B 1-...A e if A e 1. . . 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Pat Helton fuk jack Hncks 'thi YA.: 'ZI7' Edward Hopson 'Vs Phyllls Horner Stewart Hudson ft 'N-was V7 Harold Ingraham 'Us Sally Kaufman ,JQ i aiwr' T 1 Darrell Keller V1 ,G Marilyn Gustavson Richard Kimball 'Vu Q Shxrley Landls Hubert Lauer xmmy Lxkens Lmda Lewis Bob Lovett "5-.W Janet MacAdam 'I' 11527 Gladys Madden Carol Martm I' Betty Marheny as 19 1 McCracken -fm Charlotte McGee Shnrley Moore VI? Lmda Moorehead Carol Morns 'F' Rnchard Nnchols Carol Nnghman Ralph Pardee Shnrley Phnlhps Nancy Perkms QP, 'C .7 Larry Peterson Terry Rlchards 1 X onda Rhodes Davnd Robmson l Mary Romacker Warren Rutan 9 Bob Schaffer 'Q' 3 Q- Pa V, r db' X -4' 6 7 ' -2-H M ' , -,ga ., Pj. P A . , Q Kxgzy . . . . 7 I ' 3' ,I I F, iw I A V , V ' f 'H , . 77" .,- . . A 75' Bu ,ff l , , N W 'V,, -.3 , ..... A l ff , . W1 x M ' ' ' ff . , 1' 7, ' 1 A ,Q Q y 2 G get K Q 4 - . S . Q A 1 ! A N - K . of r Q 5, Af' f K ' ig.. - 17 t 'E' I ,- 4 I -i -I-Twr c ig' ,X kt K X X A , x F -' wg, ,9- Terry Schuman Lmda Scott l Allen Shallahamer W Martm Shaver 4. Sonya Sh1ppy ,nw 1' 'QV Naoml Trego G' Lynn Troyer Raoul Vesco Amta Wetmore vw -ir" Denny Whalen .IN ,Shi S1 'Q-ff Jxm Whxtfleld W7 Genevleve Whxte Edward Wllklnson Carol Wllllams R1chard Wlllxams H Tom Wxlson 'UN Q Cherxe Wyle Pat Young PU! Ruth Zxmmerman Absent Ronald Fusco Nancy Mathews Barbara McClellan Martha Slane Mutzx Styche MllWlH Wllt + t A 1, ... fi I . rk i q-A 0.4 . V. ' A A 'fag gg , Q -a - t iw A 5 ' s,, -'W w- of X " V by l T' .Q-nf' . . 5-f iw , V . F n at . X Mba A b 1 rg,-ix, 7f:X, QA ,rf 'X' 31 go b , a X y . . . E." . X 1 . . n I. 1 , t fax 5' N V ,f"' . . X' 1 'H' . Y. Q , If X' . ,4,f-Zig JN ,fs in H ' ,ifri -4 .'I R 4 , ,ffl I '. ' Vita Jean Allen 4 LY? x Q A Nancy Beck Nola Boh ,pun 4' Jerry Boyd Barbara Breldmg Sh1rley Busch Kathryn Caracclola Betty Blbbee Irma Bxgelow John Bxltz Gordon Bosley Marsha Bosley Jerry Bowen 'Z 'rf Tnm Antes Dale Ayres Walter Bankes Tom Wrlght W'-r Gxlbert Bmegar 50 'Q Carol Boyce J' Wayne Brower B111 Brown Joe Brown Arlene Cesnak Beverly Cochran Joyce Coffneld Q B y an T' Y x , g an, A fx . Q- A Ky -1 , B: .P - Q, H , ' . Q 1 I . 2 5 ' ' wf B B, A fr-B' Q S' l -af ef' 5. 1 4 K I , J 111. :'t y H :-a4 Vv y A 'l -r ,. B B , ir : Ilvr Izvvl XI V A , ,, , H. .1 N , l ' I , .Wg B- hurl . 5 A rg ge y -S-Q V' V .l,- V ' 2 B' uw B fe K 1,11 5 .,- ' to fx' W., v ' ,V v, .,,,Jf J V 'A If ' of ' In A ,,lV V B '- ,lr of ' fd Bnlly Cole Ken Kennedy Joe Csonka Roger Klme D1ck Kelly 58 Q fel: . " llaql Carol Kemp Fran Kennedy Don Koffroth Constance Daugherty Tom Darlmg Maxme DAVIS Wxlla Degnon Bob Detwller Shlrley Earnest 1 Alberta Erwm Dons Estep Toby Faulder Marne Fxsher 3 Tanya Fusco Jam Gertenslager Jerry Gordon Barbara Gleghorn Beth Edwards Rxchard Fxchter P 'I Bxlly Gray rmmy Goodwm 1' Joan ordon Barbara Heml 1"'9' Eddie Hlbbard Hi 'iff' f-f"'U john Larkms Lynn Grubb Ron Hardy ef Betty Helmlmg 'Q Carol Holeman 'fr-v George Jackson A Penny Jackson Vlc Hardy -rw Don H1bbard tl? Patrxcla Horn l' fi. ef Audrey Jones Sureda Haynes Jack Hlckm Carol Humphrey 15 'iw-. WA 331: Dave Jones L 57 Marylou Hembaugh Tom Hnlhard 'T Dorthy Hunt 'C7 Jerry Lawrentz Anna Leupold D1ana Long 5 if ' Yi-v vu- -"1 1 , I I -Q TX . 1 ' J. . ,M 1 65 f ag- i ,Q Vg , in I 2 f K K X d ' Y ,in f 5 y n 2 J . . 1 X'- . 'S' in ' d, - .... . ffif' ' Q "y " Z W 5' - -ITL! '34 da' V k 'Q H f na' ey . f ,A Q.. ak., LM' 57' r-:rj ,A , gi, -4. Q 6 nl Loveland Ray Lovmgoocl olm Marhofer Glorxa Markle Norma McMullen Kenneth Metz Betty Mmner Janet Moore 'TP Q X Jay Murphy Carol Nxtzche WU T Wfwr' Patrxcla Lutz Janet Mason 3' Paulme Mlller 'QI 'of Rose Marne Madden Q7 Ellen Mcbllan Laura Mxller T' Nancy Moffatt ll' 3 Ruth McDonough 9' -or B111 M1n1er Q Don Morrls Calvm Moore Manlyn Morgan T9 Jack Norman Jonny Olson Gordon Perrme N: 51 M . M L lr L , ' X lk lx an A 7 Ja n - v ' V . V ,J , M I , ? fly, Q y yy L L V' rl 42? .T ' ' , Q A fn M 1 L .. ,,, 1, ' R Y LZ, ' 3 4 "" N . Q A A 2 x . 57 , .V . -f,.I JW I gf? VV s I . x ' Q C... F - . "' ' 1 K.- ' S7 ,H 'C' f - 'v I 4' is an Q ' . . 61 - Q' if V v - V 1 ,W ' '. 2 ' I -f "- ia, ' ' 4' K . L , 'Wi' .I X A. - 4 1 " fl 8 I 'Rl ,f 5 - A Q5 I s vs Gnlbert Perrme Bob Ramey B111 Roberts Shlrley Scott Edward Slmpkms Ralph Perrme Gladys Rayman Walter Perrme Gerry Pxpes Patsy Rrchards Dorothy Rhodes Dxane Porter Ann Roberts Wayne Rogers Jxm Schaferlmg Don Schumxedel Robert Schumann JS an 1' Sandy Seese N ancv Semler Barbara Shaffer Judy Shuster l 7 qg, l 'J 1 A 4.1 Panola Smxth Bertha Snowberger Cheryl Spear Buddy Steele , H , . W 2 - B S , -J' . l , ' K ,. ill 5 if V A , Q "' eg ima D X J ex Alf , , I A 1vo:.:.A5-.6 K sae, 4 . , 1, H t I 'H 1' Al Ia ,, W -' I l V 2. 4 ' T I, 1... : ,, .51 gn ' ' SA , 1 if U.: R-in 1 " V lg zl' ,v b I ,, ',y S ar O ,le f 0 I ' ' 'N S ts- t , fl Q v ht, " I uv Z, Richard Sfegal Deanne Stmard 'Bull Stone Gary Swartout janet Taylor 4,49 Q' ,ff Charles Tenny Barbara Towne Nancy Turner Don Walker Judy Whlte .26 HA 'Q' Barbara Wh1tf1eld L0 3 Wonrl Nona Wxlknnson Judy Willey Betty WIISOII Absent Roy Smoyer B111 Robmson Don Sampson Joe Wxlllngham Kenneth M1tchell Ronald Warnlck FKESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Bob Ramey, Vu? Pre: , Lynn Grubb, Prendenl, Kathryn Carraccxola, Secretary 1 44 9 f , , a . ,ivy g I l W C . a 7: - I , ' -, ' f. G ' W 1 7 27 .24 i r - vv 1 ,QM V 1, . A A 3 W 4 A . 3 5 If ,V C kg A ' 1 'ff-Y Q . X X. x C ag X X lk l - 1. - X H y fffwgw 7 AVL .gf .fwiffiiw y,-my 5-un' 41 JR HI Y ROW1 J Olson G Swartout Likens L Brisbm D Hibbard B Cole B Gray T Darling E Simpluns ROW 2 D Whalen L Downing M Wilt A Shallahamer R Vesco ROW 3 R Fichtcr M Shaver H Ingraham R Lovmgood R Kimball R Fry L Peterson D Morris W Brower ROW 4 Hicks T Antes L Grubb F Ertley C Cooper D Robinson B Lovett J Boyd I Bnltz ROW S J Gordon R Williams W Bankes W Rogers Norman Fogarty R Pardee H Lauer B Burns J Marhofer J Forsyte 1 SR-HI Y ROW 1: A. Nighman, D. Mulvaney, B. Stemple, B. Agee, R. Reinhart, E. Berg, D. Van Sice, B. Gember- ling. RO.W 2: Mr. Doyle-Adzisor, D. Yarger, M. Downing, B. Shuster, B. Zimmerman, F. Long, B. Cross, B. McDonough, D. Reimel, D. Sampson. ROW 3: E. XVallace, E. W'itsaman, F.. Lichty, B. Conley, D. MacDonald, M. Pal, M. Lovingood, F. Matheny, R. Simpkins. Q . 7 I , -v S-1 C7 '-v , , , I. 1 I ' 'T' sl-Q 'l I ' I o Q. 1- 'fr' 'l fi ROW! K Cowles S Fplmg M Romacker M Styclue K Case N Trego B McClellan D Rhodes I Taylor N Beck ROW 2 B Blbbee B Brendmg S Phrllrps P Helton K Caraccmla T Faulder I Loveland S Busch C Martm D Rhodes -I White ROWS D Long S Landis C McGee M Morgan S Scott M Bosley M Gustavson N Andresen 'NI Semler P Lutz C Nxghman P Young ROW 4 R Zimmerman I Moore B Glcghorn S Haynes Archer L Mxller P Horn P Horner N Turner P Jackson R McDonough Q T lx , 0 I ROV 1 R Caraccuola C Vwle S Kaufmann Baclntel C Horns L Levus I Hartz N Perluns ROW 'I F N1eCellan N Vnllunson Shuster B Towne I Niason C 'N1t7scl'1e B Snovuberger A lenpold ROW I I Allen C Nlarkle C Holeman Vnllew C Spear Coffleld Ni Fnsher S Steve B Heml ROV 4 A Roberts V. Dtznon S Earnest N Bohl B Edwards D Porter B Wnlson B Vbhutfleld T Fusco P Smxth na as Lax 3, 45 L gl LL .nas-'44 gk 1 nm. as Las ps A SEATED R Remhart Pres STANDING L to R R Markle V Pres P Thens R Parrnsh C Wnllxsford Ser C Holley E Wxtsaman Treax Mr L Bartoo Adusor M Mxtten BOOSTER CLUB I. TO R: B. Bankes, Seng A. Nighman, Pn'x.g M. Downing Treax.g Mr. B. Conley,Ad1.'isorg D. Wahlen, V. Prex. ask A 11 44 551 'HV 4 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Honor SOC1CtY 15 a scholastlc orgamzatlon Whxch stxmulates a desxre to render SCYVICC and en courages the development of character Not more than 15 per cent of the Semor Class and 5 per cent of the Jumor Class can be elected to memberslup Any person w1th a 2 00 or B average IS ellglble The canclxdates must then have a 25 pomts ln character, leadershlp and servlce as rated by members of the faculty The mam object of thls club IS to back varlous orgamzatxons and projects of the school and com mumty At present they are helpmg w1th the plans for the new athletlc fxeld The new fleld should be completed bv September The G1rls Athletxc Assoc1at1on 1S for gxrls m grades 9 thru 12 who lxke to partxcnpate In extracurrlcular sports It strnves to promote a feelmg of teamwork among 1ts members G A A OFFICERS The Future Teachers of Amer1ca IS a new club orgamzed ln Stow thls year under the advxsorshlp of MISS Workman The membersh1p IS open to any student ln grades eleven and twelve who 15 mterested 1n reachmg and who has the necessary quallfxcatnons The purpose of F T A IS to learn about the oppor ILIHIEICS ln reachmg to cultxvate the qualltles essentlal m a good teacher and to foster the development of student leadersh1p STANDING L TO R Betty Landxs Shnrley Landls Ruth Zimmerman Gall Gage Wanda Shaffer Pres SEATED Mrs Shank Adzxsor FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA ROW l -X Hanes Prev D Smxth P Werner Ser P Hxckew S Starr V PM Nl Lotts IN Cor Tr av A Nnghman ROW Nlnss Workman Atfusor NI Rosenberzer P Darling Chambless G Dauzhertw D Vlulwanex D Gleghorn Nl Nlxtun ROW 5 Wxllex P Thexs W ones B Bankes P Berrka -I Webb E Platt E Wallace F Tafel s 4 I I . 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' ,'. - , - 7 -- - - 1 V- ky F ' 5 ' ' I , ""' 3 ' I 1 J- - - - J v - I Y TEE SEATED W Jones V Pre: P Hmckey Treas B Bankes D Thomas M Lotts I Somosko Set P Bertka ROW1 Mlss Lallx Adusor L Bradley Pres C Cork D Smlth B Wllloughby W Shaffer Athey M Muller R Kerterman C Loveland M Russell K Erwm M Moore ROW 2 N Cork Arnold J Chambless P Werner B Rogers L Lessig B Marhofer C Koffroth N Leas M Schmitt Rosenberger ROW3 R Markle C Blackwelder C Wlllnsford D Reid S Starr G Gage P Thels Landis E Fulst D Semler D Kelley L Wxlkmson D Holladay ROW 4 M Mxchl J Franklm Harvey Caudxll Webb Chapm P Darlmg S Fogarty P Buchanan E Wrxghr j Post E Platt LEARNING T0 llll N SHOP Glen Daugherty joe Cahlll Instructor Mr Heasley Judy Franklm Mrs Koch Naom1Trego STOHION STAFF Managing Editor - Joanne Willey T 0 H I 0 Assistant Editor - Gloria Propts Business Editor - Isadora Somosko Advertising Editors - Susan Gleghorn eanne Arnold Thelma McCann Circulation Manager Susie Ephng Editorial Edltor Beverly Willoughby Literary Editor Janie Webb The Stohlon is the school newspaper which IS pub Production Manager Duane Snyder lished bi weekly by the students It has editorials Society Editor Mona Lee Lotts pictures and most everything the Beacon has News Editor Linda Bradley Sports Editor Cboysj Dick Yarger Sports Editor fgirlsj Betty Landis Proofreader Ann Harvey Typists Phyllis Darling Paula Burke Fashion Column Beverly Willoughby Barbara Bankes Inqumng Reporter Beverly Lancaster Gossip Column Mary Ann Rosenburger Margaret Schmitt 7th and 8th Grade Reporter Betty Mmier Advisor Mr Slater REPORTERS Eloise Athey Donna Holiday Carole Williams Linda Moorehead Eddie Wallace Dick Linger Betty Slater Joanne Chambless A QC v NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE ROWI Mrs Kaufman M M tten R Markle B Marhofer B Wlloughby N Wnlk nson Mr Kmpton ROW 2 Mrs Burnham N Beck B Mmer G Markle B Gleghorn D Sm ch B Gray L Lessig N Bohl ROW 3 J Allen L Bradley K Case P Bertka P Helton I France C Koffroth M Bosley ROW 4 W Brower J Chapin I. Grubb G Gage A Shallahamer P Darling T Fusco J , - , ' I - . . , ' ka ,F gt it 95 , , fi Q , ' 31' ' . 'A swf ref L ,L , , vp ' Fi ,Q , X ' A L 6 V - 4 - r M Q ' Q ,' 6 'vp ... V If . A' xy A . X ,F - ' '- J, s- 1- K - 0 sa . 9, A . S J . ' I . A .L '.Jw'T V-wmv' j . Q A S . V A get : . , . i , . , . . . i , . ' i , . i . : . , . , . . i ' , . , . , . i , . , . ', . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 1-Q l ns sr STUDENT COUNCIL 'bv' ROV 1 SEATED B Area Put STANDING B Vlarhofer V Prev N1 Pal Trrri A Shallahamer Ser Vlr Hcasley Atlllliflf ROW R Caraccnola If Berg S Seese W Shaffer C Holcman J Wnllcy M Mntten ROW 3 j Hntks L Fcrrante D Whalen D Rexmel J Marhofer C Holley M Wrlt STUDENT COUNCIL AT WORK Sellmg candy are Mary Mlchl and Carolyn Wllllsford STUDENT COUNCIL When you see paper on the hall floors dont step on xt, P1Ck 1t up' A cluttered hall may gave v1s1tors a wrong xmpresslon of your school Thxs IS from one of che many clean up bulletms by the Student Councxl m an effort to make and keep our school a better place A representatlve from each room con st1tutes a group whlch decldes on matters of Chapels fmances and 1mprovements Its representatlves also nommate the Home commg Queen and then sponsor a dance ln her honor , A E ,I rag - .C H - W f - .. 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'S K Q OUR MAJORETTES B Mcclellan S Land1s J W1l1ey B Landls S Eplmg L Less1g R Caraccmla 'asf MT '-5' B Iandxs Hr Stanford A Hanes C Llchty NI Nhchl as rhcx reccnc congratulatnons on then' trophx collectlon .1 1 1 -I ,- mfg asiriafz nm :- VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM ROWI M Loungoocl M Dovfnmg B Zimmerman A Nxghman D ackson D Yarger D Sampson B Conley M Pal ROW 2 B Agee M Shaver Marhofer R Fry D Mulvaney B Stemple B Gemberlmg T Hlcken D Wood ROWS C1 Gibson Ass! Manager Whltfncld R Pardee A Shallahamer B McDonough D Whalen R Sxmpkms R Remhart Manager ROW 4 Mr Conley Asxl Coarh T Hnllyard E Wallace Mr Salus Head Coach G McAdam B Cross Mr Doyle Ass! Coatb X COACHES , r. Doyle, Rrvrnz' Bavkrlfmll . Conley, l unity Baxkvlball A r. Saltis, Varsily Football Mr. Sloop, Yarxilg Busrball Stow Stow Stow Stow Stow Stow Stow Stow Stow fRigbt H al fluck 2 Bob Agee STOW vs PP? Randolph Coventry Kent State Tallmadge Norton Springfield Wellington Ellet Kent Roosevelt Don Sampson fGuanU 1" 1 N,rS-1 1-s. Art Nlxghman CCG Cuptaxn Form ard All Metro--4 XARSITX BASKETBALL TEAM ROV 1 D Xargcr N1 Dovsnmg A Nlghman D Nlulxanex D Iackson ROW 2 L Brnsbm 'slr Doxlc C Coopur E Wallace Xi Vult J Normm G MJcAdam C Holler D KVM len 'dr Conlex QHMJ Cuarbj R Remluart Ulanagrrj 'vu 5 Don ackson Pom ard I K' N., Ang in I Iv ,Q Y Nhrun Dowmng Guard PLAYERS if U .. 'I JJ lr W' , f' A. -3 1' ' ., Q 1 ' 0' ' ' if - 1 N- ? 'I f I' ,fl l 1 x N. xl If lf H A 1 A f X - F: '. ,W l 1 - I P , ff A X ' l ,ff f . f , J ' E Q 1 3 l 1 ' ' I A 1 Q V S-1 J Q ' ' 4 .- -fl . QQ R A. In I A A lon FQ' . .N' ' Q 3 Q RESERVE TEAM 'NDINC Hr Doyle CQHIY Fmxgarrx A ml lumcr R Pardee umm Iuvxmm, Schafulxng, R Ycsco BLLOXX Ilkms B Ccmbcrlmg, I. Pptgrson R Fry E Bug, Nfurlugzr RESERXE CHEERLEADERS Phxlhs Hurmr Nancx -'Xndnsux hnhgram Can STAI .' 3: . . ' , ,IL -I. ' ' j, . 513111. , . ' ' , J. N r . , I.. 5 ' ' j ' ', . . ' : . " , . y Y, . ' X , . , . ' ',1 ,'. CHRISTMAS CLASS WILL We the Senuor Class of 1954 beung of sound mund and body and beung an uncorporate segment of the student body of Stovx Hugh School possessung to thus moment mtestate propertues rughts and pruvuleges do heueby declare thus document to be our last xxull and testament DUANE WOOD vxulls 40 of hus lbs and 40 of Fred Long s to jack Hucks so the Sophomores vxull have at least one bug man JEANNE ARNOLD wulls her abuluty to groxx xxhuskers to 'mx unsuccessful freshman box EARL WITSAMAN xxulls hus noondlx talks xxuth Susue to Eddue Bunder INORIE CORK xxulls her exe lash curlers to Raoul Xesco un hopes thlt he takes care of HAROLD CARPEINTER vxulls Curpenters Used Car Lot to Tommx Akuns EX ELYN I'UI ST xxulls her abuluty to stund Mrs Burnham s talkung to Sullx Iogarty DON JACKSON xxulls hus abulutx as a footblll play er to um Whutfuclcl BEULAH BOWMAN xxulls her xxorn out short hand book to her suster for her second xeur BERINIE CHABOUDY xxulls hus suulor suut to Nluss XVorkm1n ANN HARVEY xxulls her pule of Muckx Spullaune pocketbooks to Bull Burns BOB AGEE vxulls Chapter I of hus autobuogruphx to anx gurl xx ho vsull help xxuth Chapter II LORINE CHRISTIANI xxulls hcr abulutx not to pux attentuonun cluss to anxone xx ho xx ants t BOB BOWEN xx ulls all the books un Stovx Hugh to the Kent Cutx Dump PHYLLIS DARIINC xxulls her last mme to anx gurl xxho thunks ut xxull help her RICHARD REINHART xxulls hus abulutv to get along xxuth certuun teachers to Iummx Lukens UAINITA MOORE xxulls her abulutx to guxe Mr Bloor grax haurs to Shurlex Moore IIICIU BEVERLY WILLOUGHBY wulls the servuces of her undertaker to Mr Kumpton the teacher of a dead language MATT PAL wulls hus treasurers pad and pencul from Student Councul to anx under classman who as an exe for fugures JANIE WEBB xxulls her fumous wxalk to any unuor xx ho xx ants attentuon CHARLES PERRIN xxulls hus cugarette butts to Jummx Lukens DANNETTE JONES xxulls her front row seats next to the teachers to Duck Stegel ELVIN LICHTY xxulls Iuchtys Clsuno to the Junuor class NANCY TREGO xxulls her tulent to keep up xxuth take offuce practuce RUSSELL DAVIS xxulls hus abulutx to fluck school to DORTHY SEMLER xxulls the lock on her locker to FRANK WETMORE xxulls hus truck xxhuch has had under classman who thunlxs he cm do better xxuth one JOANNE WILLEY xxulls her moth eaten bunnx fur to Ruth Hayes un hopes she cm use her unuform and Mrs Burnham to all the unuor gurls who plan to Ronald Fusco anxone xxho thunks he can open ut the musfortune of beung un four vxrecks to any hand mud puddles cold xxeather stage frught and snow abulutues BOB CONLEY xxulls hus abulutv to get hut un the head bx Tommx Wrught to Tom Wrught DELORIS SMITH xxulls her abuluty to keep calm un anx sutuatuon to tumud luttle John Bultz DICK REMIEL vxulls hus sx mp1thx to Claure Loveland xxho us goung to take Spanush II ELX A PLATT vxulls her nucknume Ball Hog to Chrustune Koffroth BILL ZIMIVIERMAN xxulls hus extensuxe xxardrobe to Hubert Laur CAROLYIN WILLISFORD xxulls her abulutx to fall doxxn the Colonual Theatre steps to Susue Eplung FRED LONG xxulls hus 1947 Ford xxuth an appetute for petroleum products to anxone xxho owns a gas statuon PAULA BERTKA vxulls her red nose to Melvun Wult INANCY LEAS xxulls all her old muldexxed jokes to any lunuor who has a Iufe long ambutuon of becom mg a Jester for Queen Eluzabeth II Namelv Pat Werner JUDY FRAINKLINI xxulls a guant suze bottle of mole remoxer to Muruam Russell DON SANIPSOXI xxulls hus xx ax xx uth the xxomen to Lx nn Troy er 7 3 l 3 K ,S v , 9 1 V. . , , . Y. V- . V tt V, . 1 1 . . - 1 V' V I v i - f y - ' V' u I a as Y ' I S . " H 1 u . ' ' .1 ' I Y '. I I 'l . I. u' I u I I . . 7. t . L . y L V L v . V V. Y. u R u " ' ' ' j un' ' ' 4 . 1' ' ' ' i . -I V- K ' V I Y ' Y l V. , I s . . i V. nl s I V . u RED MacDONALD wills, to anyone interested, his book "69 Cures For A Hangover." ' 7 . . , . . K Y L h 7 Y! ' ,I I V' A ,S L , J ' , , ' . V. 1 ' . Y' fr - 1 I ' rx - u V u " . . J ' ' Y. . y V . 1 . . - V , 1 Y. ' ,V Y Y V 9 . Y Y. . . . . . Y Y , . , . . I . A A . I . .' K. V . L 4 . , . y V- -li , l ' ff sy - - K l ' I u Y 'I I u' I ' ' . 7. A rl 4 ' v v Y A Y 7. . Y . . Y . . . . . - Y V' ' 1 ' 1 K! ' Y Yl ' ' 1 s Y 7' . t v yl 7 Y v L A 1 i a ELNORA WRIGHT wills her aoxlity to say Shut up you loudmouth to Freddy Ertley JOANN POST wills her ability to be excused from Psychology class to anyone who is bright enough to use that excuse CAROLIINE BLACKWELDER wills her ability to pay attention in Mr Savier s classes to any unsuspect ing Junior who takes Semor English DOINNA HOLLADAY wills her seat in Mr Saviers room to any Junior taking Phychology MARY ROSENBERGER wills to anyone taking driver s training her ability to knock down mail boxes DARLEINE KELLY wills all of her boy troubles to Carol Williams JUNE CAUDILL wills her nearsightedness to Nancy Perkins whom she knows will use it to her best advantage As an excuse to wave at strange boys RAY SMITH wills his short hand grades and used shorthand notebook and his place on the honor roll to any young athlete who needs them WANDA SHAFFER wills Jack Norman and Allen Shallahamer two passports on the Shrimp Boat MAX LOVINGOOD wills his ability to drive the get away truck to any future cabin builders who need strategic building materials MONA LOTTS wills her slightly used bottle of Light and Bright to Ann Hibbard in hopes she keeps up the good work BOB SHUSTER wills his ability to go steady for four years to any freshman who thinks he can stand it NANCY PATTERSON wills her wardrobe of three nylon blouses to Carol Martm PAF BEE wills all her responsibility in the Rifle Club to any underclassman who has enough ambition and nerve to take over MARGARET SCHMITT wills her certam little knack of bemg tardy in the mornings to the Cahill twins so instead of Miss Bassett having to write out just one tardy shp she will double her business BARBARA BANKES wills her half pack of Marilyn Monroe glasses cleaners to Eddy Wallace RAY BELLINGFR wills his ability to go with two girls at once to anyone who can get away with it LINDA BRADLEY wills all of the Y Teens old popcorn balls to Charles Cooper for his study hall snlcks SUSAN GLEGHORN wills her tuba to Carol Fortune in hopes that it will get her in the football games free fAlso in case of 1 flood J DICK YARGER wills his little black book of admiring females to Leon Downing JOE CAHILL wills all of his Florida road maps to Donny Gray MARY 'VIICHL wills the white streak in her hair to Mr Kimpton in hopes that he can use it LOIS WILKINSON wills her Senior picture to any under classman with a blank expression JUDY WISE wills her past experiences in a truck to anyone who hkes rough rides MARVIN DOWNING wills his half of the Downing Mulvaney fan club to Denny Whalen ROBERTA MARKLE wills her famous statement Do it over to the editor of next years annual ART NIGHMAN wills his false teeth to any unfortunate underclassman who is on the Varsity Football team The Semor Class of S4 will our quiet timid nature and Mr Saviers and Mrs Kaufman our ad visors to the Semor Class of 55 - 1 . . 'P . CHARLES BOERNER wills his bashful ways with girls to Tommy Akins. CLASS PIWPHECY Thus rs a look xnto the future at what the class of 54 wrll be domg 10 years from now On popular TV statrons we now see JUNE CAUDILL smgmg commercnals for the Pop O Bubble Gum Company LINDA BRADLEY spends her tnme Slgl'ltS6ClUg m New York She frequently runs across BOB BOWEN who drrves a slghtseemg bus there A new Cafe and Gamblmg Casmo ln Stow IS now operated by HONEST DICK YARGER RUSSELL DAVIS runs a wme store rxght across the street to offer a lxttle competmon The champion lumberjack of the West CHARLES BOERNER xs now busy clearmg timber for MARVIN DOWNING on has spaclous ranch ln Colorado At the Cleveland Cl1n1c we now fund JUDY FRANKLIN workmg as an X Ray techmclan Of course ELVIN LICHTY rs there too operatmg the electron mxcroscope DONNA HOLLADAY and her hubby are runmng a grant super market rn W Vlrgxma to support all thelr lrttle hrll brllys The lst woman presldent of the Bell Telephone Co NANCY PATTERSON grves free phone servxce to the Class of 54 DARLENE KELLEY IS her head supervlsor and JUANITA MOORE IS chref operator A famous crlmmal lawyer MARY ANN ROSENBERGER attributes her success to belng able to talk her way out of any jam that arrses m the courtroom DICK REIMEL rs now the local Ford dealer wlth several adormg women secretarres JUDY WISE ELNORA WRIGHT DONNA HOLLADAY LORENE CHRISTIAN JUANITA MOORE DAN ETTE JONES NANCY TREGO JOANNE WILLEY and BEULAH BOWMAN who IS trying t0 get a raxse MATT PAL rs strugglnng to keep the barn on hns new farm free from condemnatxon by that feared government 1nspector RAY SMITH MARGARET SCHMITT has just rece1ved a years supply of cheesecake for her farthful servrce at the Smorgasbord NANCY TREGO IS explormg 1n darkest Afrlca for more drarronds to add to her collectxon Thrs IS durmg her vacatxons from her secretarlal dutres FRANK WETMORE rs a popular stock car dr1ver wrth a large female followmg The mlllxonalre husband of LOIS WILKINSON glves her anythmg her httle heart deslres to keep her qulte A new convalescent home strrctly for rxch old bachelors IS now berng run by WANDA SHAFFER A smart dress salon has been opened by PHYLLIS DARLING She makes her own dresses whxch are known as Darlxng Creatxons In Uncle Sam s alr force CHARLES PERRIN IS now an ace pllot DOROTHY SEMLER IS staymg away from men by servxng m the WAVES After ten rugged years DON MacDONALD has fmally saved enough money to make the down payment on a Cadlllac ln ten more years If wxll be h1s BERNARD BOROK has replaced Bernard Baruch as a famous advlsor to the Presxdent JEANNE ARNOLD has mastered drrvmg so thoroughly she s runnmg a drxvxng school BOB SHUSTER and RICHARD REINHART are rn the process of mcltmg the nce mn Antarctxca rn search of gnglntrc uramum deposrts needed for atomnc rocket propulsnon CAROLYN WILLISFORD IS now head of the Srlver Lake Chamber of Commerce BARBARA BANKES ns now teachmg fxrst grade and her use of judo ns comnng m handy as a method of keepmg her pupxls qunet MARY MICHL ns now teachmg her Semor students the snmple prmclples of Phys1cs EARL WITSAMAN rs a famous mdustrral engmeer whxle BILL ZIMMERMAN rs busy surveymg for a new transcontmental turnprke JANIE WEBB has just been named Mass Rxval Dog Food of 1964 and BEX ERLY WI LOUGHBY ns now a John Powers model They both are lookmg for movxe contracts BOB CONLEY ns a great comednan workmg ln SUSAN GLEGHORN S new Stow Supper Club Because of her mnocent face DELORIS SMITH rs now on the Dragnet program on whxch HAROLD CARPENTER IS the Director of Musxc CAROLINE BLACKWELDER and PAULA BERTKA nova own an exclusxve dress salon Paula sells the dresses whxle Carolrne cuts and sews them EVELYN FULST 15 makmg her srxteenth tour of the U S armed forces camps and while at on of the Manne camps she funds NANCY LEAS as a Chref Mess Sergeant ROBERTA MARKLE owns Stows fxrst newspaper The Weekly Remmder and workmg on the club page of the paper IS JOE CAHILL stxll pluggmg away for Jr Achrevement . . . , , . - - ' ' u sr 1 7 . . . . . . . . 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C ASS HISTORY The Class of S4 began 1ts struggle for educatnon Sept 7 1942 ANN HARVEYS mother had to carry her out to the school bus the fxrst day of school she d1dn t want to rnde wrth all those college klds MARY VIICHL was found walkmg down the school drlveway She was gomg home Our fxrst bxg adventure was vaccmatlon NANCY LEAS and JOANN POST cned all day So the teacher let them sxt on her lap whnle she read the class a story As we approached the 2nd grade we fmd MARY MICHL and Joyce Brxdges swoonmg over BOB AGEE s Marme suxt We see FRED LONG and RAY BELLINGER rubbmg thelr eyes llke mad The teachers verdxct was Pmk Eye Oh yes there they were rn the sxck room playmg marbles what a racket SUSAN GLEGHORN was the leadmg dalsy m the 3rd grade operetta She was m second grade at the txme but b1g for her age PHILLIP CARTONE and DUANE WOOD got spanked for pushmg the gxrls down on the ramp by the maypoles BOB SHUSTER and DON SAMPSON forced JACK KLINE to smoke hrs fxrst cxgarette m 4th grade Smce the effects have stunted hrs growth he ns planmng to become a jockey ELVIN LICHTY and DON JACKSON put sap from the trees on the playground on ROBERTA MARKLE S new coat In Sth grade a weddmg was actually performed CAROLINE BLACKWELDER to BILL ZIMNIER MAN ROBERTA MARKLE to ELVIN LICI-ITY and Delorns Smxth to Bruce Krupp The refreshments afterward were cake and mllk All th1s happened ln the back of the playground ROBERTA wrote out the certlflcates The happy weddmg party ended up m the offlce Bag 6th graders' Tough Kxds' ART NIGI-IMAN got knocked out 3 times playmg sockerball BEV ERLY WILLOUGHBY got a black eye play1ng Red Rover Remember the great neck1ng partnes m those famous noon mov1es7 JOE CAHILL sand who ever got to the movmes fnrst NORRIE CORK or ELVA PLATT could snt wnth hum Oh those rough races By 7th grade we were m the hlgh school bunldmg We felt real blg next to the 6th graders but out of place m the hugh school At noon m Mrs Morgan s room you would fmd DENNIS EVERETT at the pxano and the rest of us dancmg On the colder days we dressed up the bust of Lmcoln with a coat hat scarf, and a cxgarette m hrs mouth In Sth grade someone hung CHARLES BOER NER out Mrs Smxth s wmdow She bawled h1m out for dlsruptmg class Dunng a 7th and 8t1 grade basketball game RAY BELLINGER made a basket for the vnsmng team Our Freshmen year someone hld Mnss Dembrock s grade book m the bottom drawer of her desk She dxdnt fmd lt for two davs PAT BEE matched penmes wxth two boys and when they were told not to match penmes they used mckles As Sophomores ART NIGHMAN and JIM BAUER fought over JEAN ARNOLD Art won We fmd DON JACKSON with HAROLD CAR PENTERS car m MARY MICHLS drnveway on Mary s bxrthday Gabby lnttle PAULA BERTKA and IANIE WEBB wlth her bullet bag over her shoulder and famous walk came our Jumor year EARL WITSA MAN gave CAROLYN WILLISFORD two garter snakes xn a paper bag and sa1d lt was tax stamps He had to do some fast talkmg to keep from belng expelled In our Senlor year the Stow Band won the fxrst :l1v1s1on Band Contest at Copley and received a trophy Other events were when BOB AGEE was forced to knss the Homecommg Queen Mona Lotts seven t1mes Mnss Workman threw a book at ELVA PLATT Shes the luckv semor thls year It was awful the wav RICHARD REINHART smoked black clgars at LICHTY S CASINO DON JACKSON lost has watch while swnmmmg ashore after the rowboat that he MAX LOVIN GOOD and BOB CONLEY stole sunk ln the mnddle of Lake Forest Now we can tell Mr Barr that Donald MacDonalds mother doesnt actually wrlte backhand EVELYN FULST played hookev Dec 22 1953 NANCY LEAS NORRIE CORK and BARBARA BANKES returned from a walk on New Year s Eve wnth an old dxscarded Chrnstmas tree and felt very bad when CAROLINE BLACKWELDER made them return It to the garbage can they took xt from BERNIE CHABOUDY had to qunt drmk mg so he can pav for hrs false teeth The Class of S4 offers thenr smcere thanks to any open mmded mdxvndual who could read thxs and accidentally enjoy lt , . . n . , . . 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' 1 9 V ' Q , ' ' x u as - - ' s . , . 4 , . . 1 ' . . 7 9 . . . , . , - ' r a ' ' 1 y - 1 - 9 x . . , . . . 9 , . . . . . , , . . 1 9 Q HOLTS PHARMACY K s DRIVE IN Registered Pharmacist 3 Luttle Pngs On Duty at All Hours Steakburgers Curley Q Frys 142 West Kent Road 2637 State Road Stow Ohlo Cuyahoga Falls RAINBOW DRIVE IN Located mldway between Kent and Ravenna on Route 5 Serving Dlnlng Room THE WILLIAM H DEGNON FUNERAL HOME Genuine Pnpe Organ 3333 Kent Road Beautiful Chapel Stow Ohuo Phone OVerdaIe 8 8262 Complnments of Complnments of STOW WINDOW COMPANY A Frnend Dinners - Lunches Sandwiches - Curb Service ISA'-Y 5 BAUGHMAN s FEED STORE prlendly Serwce Feeds Seeds Fertnluzers Lnme Pamts and Crest Baked Goods Varned Supplues Stow WA 8 0932 Stow Oh o INSURANCE SERVICE Complete Dependable Auto Fnre Lute Polio Luablllty Located 1773 State Road 3522 W II a so Road Stow Pho e WA 8 2850 Phone OVe dale 8 8210 MARHOFER CHEVROLET X CHEVROLI-:T f l30 M oe Falls Avenue 0Verdale 8 8919 We .. .... I 1 . . I I I - - i . u r . i i rn n n : - - r - .. ll lf unr ' The Friendly Family Store M. O'NElLS COMPANY Front Street Cuyahoga Falls Ohio Free Parking EAT AT BELL'S Opposite Midcity Airport On Route 91 Chicken, Steak, Fish Dinners Sandwiches OPEN 11:00 A.M.-1 P.M. STOW UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE COMPANY 3545 Da row Road OV 8 3340 Stow 'EWS STO KEN GQLQ GOLF RANGE RANGE on Route 5 between alOW and KENT Regular Service 5 AM to l AM STOW CAB All Passengers lnsu red 1837 Rose Avenue Flowers for All Occasions D t and Don KI ne OVerdaIe 8 331 ov 8 4423 3 ., 1. A AD FLOWERS 0V84811 OV8 4811 STOW RADIO AND TELEVISION Expert and Prompt IO AM untll 9 PM 0V84811 0V84811 ,f- -I S IIID GAIACI IOOI Cuenl Construction Company Garages and Overhead Doors Munroe Falls Ohuo OV 8 8218 THE STOWAWAY DRIVE IN Sandwuches Meals Chlcken Shrump an the Basket Take Out Orders WA 8 0026 LEDGEWOOD GREENHOUSES Corsages Cut Flowers Funeral Baskets Weddmg Flowers Hosputal Bouquets TREGO AUTO SERVICE and table arrangements We Telegraph Anywhere General Auto Repair Marhofer Avenue Dellvery ln Greater Akron Area sm, ohm oy 8 3511 3358 Darrow Road OV 8 3997 ll ll . 0 o Q' . V . ""-'-:I-am 9 -' '-I-.... ' ' F I , , - , vnu- , . . I I f 1 I . . . I - - TIP TO P STOW S FINEST RESTAURANT Hamburgers Frem.l'1 Frles Mnlkshakes Dinners CURB SERVICE Ann H. Lmda B. No Joanne W. . v. U, ,' 4 Uilfblrl Marvin D. FALLS MUSIC CENTER Instruments Musuc Repalrs Rental Plan Lessons Boldwm Pnonos and Organs Plano Tunnng and Repaurlng WA 8 5217 HALE ARCADE Front Street Cuyahoga Falls HERFF JONES COMPANY 1401 19 North Capitol Avenue Indlanapolls Indlana Worlds Largest Manufacturer Class Rmgs Local Representatwe A R Seaver Po 173 Medma O STOWETTE DRIVE IN Dinners Sandwiches Complete Fountain Service 3254 West Kent Road Stow Ohlo SHELL JIM DAVIS SHELL N W SHELL SERVICE STATION 3396 East Kent Road Stow Ohuo Open 7 00 to 9 00 WA 8 0040 OAKLEY SPAUGHT AND SON Compllmentg of Stows Oldest and Largest CHARLES BOYD Real Estate Organlzatuon 107 East Kent Road OV 8 8614 scHooL or THE DANCE sm' oh" also representnng the Leadlng Insurance Companies of America ' g of . W X W VILLAGE T.V. AND APPLIANCES OLSON FLOWERS 3388 Ken' R034 Flowers for all Occasions Stow, Ohio ov-8-4815 WE DELIVER Admiral Radios and T.v.'s T"""""': ov'8'8589 Sold and Serviced i SUPERIOR MOLD AND DIE COMPANY Stow Ohlo THE CARTER JONES LUMBER COMPANY Watch for the opening of our new store on Graham Road in Stow during 1954 to better serve the Stow residents 172 North Case Avenue 1883 West Market Street 1860 East Ma ket Street Portage Lakes Drive Manchester Road ST 4 5441 TE 6 2211 ST 4 1295 Ml 4 2266 I . . . I Four yards to serve you , I I - -- --V - 73:11 1, , KESSELRING DAIRY Penny for penny your best food buy IS Milk 1537 Trlplet Blvd ST 4 1241 PATRONS and Mrs and Mrs Mrs Marlon and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs L E Hunslcker an 3l"l an an an Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs B A Bankes P Bertka Blackwelder H P Bradley I N Cooper D A Cork W Gleghorn H P Harvey W Lelth J G Ln hty D L otts N P Mnchl l Noble J H Patterson and Mr W C Platt and Mrs S R Reumal and Mrs M A Remhart and Mrs H J Schmitt Mrs Edith Smlth and Mrs A E Webb and Mrs J W Wnlllsford and Mrs G Wllley and Mrs G T Willoughby A G Yarger 101 Hudson Road SMORGASBORD Stow Ohlo BRAUNLICH DRUG STORE For the Best nn Pharmaceutical Products Mr and Mrs W H Znmmerman Beckley Barber Shop WA 8 0872 Gensumers Clothmg Store Mr. . . . Mr. . . Mr. . . . Mr. . . . I - Mr. . . . Mr. ' . . Mr. . . . Mr. . . ' Mr. d . . ' Mr. d . . . 'c Mr. d . . . L Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Lovingood Mr. d . . . ' Mr. d . . Mr. . . Mr. s. . . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . 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REITER DAIRY COMPANY FR 2119 Mnlk and Ice Cream Dorry Products ot their Best JEANETTE SPAGHT VOTH Best W,5heS 3519 Darrow Road Stow Ohlo 204 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls OI-H0 Genuine Italian Plzza to T NINNI S PIZZA SHOP 2621 State Road Cuyahoga Falls Ohlo SW 4 7345 ake Out For Qualnty and Prices Always FARM BOY MEATS INC 2142 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls Ohio Teacher of Piano from MAIR JEWELRY BUCKEYE CYCLE COMPANY SPORTING GOODS 65 E MII St eet Oho JE 5 4158 Bud Krampe THE STOW HARDWARE COMPANY Hardware and Paints Electruc Supplnes Teleph e 0Ve dale 8 3918 THE COY MORTON COMPANY 80 W Bowery St eet Ph e BI. 4 4109 PA 4 7222 Free Surveys and Estimates JIMAN DY S RESTAURANT Lunches Dmners 1970 State Road C yahoga Falls 75 West Ave e Tall adge Compluments of a Frnend AZTEC DRIVE IN All Kmds of Sandwnches BAR BE CUE SANDWICHES ' v Jr BAR B Q DINNERS Mllkshakes and Sundaes Banana Splnts 884 Ca t Road 0l'l I' - - . i r Akron, i - " jr on - - - - - I Chicken-in-the-Basket Chicken and Steak , U nu , K m x - A -:-x ,- 7 ..., Il Oh Latest haxrstyles created just for You J R by RUTH and JEAN of Well Dflllmg GODFREY S Pumps and Repanrs at sfow ov 8 8814 Sm' oh" HUSTON PUGH Sportmg Goods Company 35 South Ma n St eet Akron Oh o BL43I06 BL43l07 ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT The Fmest Quality IH Class and Varsity Sweaters and Jackets DENHSTRY RICHIE s TURKEY FARM Dr W B Ocker D rro II Oh ov 8 8510 3 Rfxteesn 0 5551312 ghyh Pho e Hudso 169 41 MELVIN Z THOMAS Landscaping Contractor Stow OV 8 3910 ohm I Ol I . 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