Timken High School - Tivo Yearbook (Canton, OH)

 - Class of 1941

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5.- m V? b Q .eg . 'M' .-r 14,5 Q ,.,-,.'- -A 'Qi-.,',?,.w -' , .. .' Q, Q- f f 'H A " 11-ff, -5.5 .:j.,': R ' .fi-iffitgsfg 5--fg2:5n+'iy. wg"'.-iq. my gg,.-M" -f ,, . ,g rf' t- - -V, 5 .. ,f i5f'gzczcf,' QV0-yvvx.f I fga-0-fyzfcf 40 Q! N Prinfed I94I in fhe Timlren Vocafional High Schooi Prinf Shop Canfon, Ohio, U. S. A. " ,.1,.. D I. . ' . . E..-. . .. 1 s Ll umgxxx Ml ,nlllp A-6,0 If' 1 r r 'I 1 x5 S foil, X901 ON "flllI'lXXXUx -BECYXEQ Ex-Llbns if Y' 177 2 MR. H. H. TIMKEN Our School came into existence through the vision, wisdom, and generosity of Mr. H. H. Timken. Service such as was rendered to his community and to his generation will continue, through the years, to inspire all who have the opportunity to make use of the facilities of Timken Vocational High School. 'I'I'lE 1041 TIMKEN'VOCATIONAL'HIGI-I-SCHOOL Ht ,v.. -.4 .1 . M, Y V bmw , in 51- QU e Vi' its Wt. 'f,. !.g. . ' rf' X, 4-3, ' . ff -- A iff """' 3. 1 2 77 -5, X ta' , 5 f ,.z, , , A V1.5 . , ,,, Q., Quia' E K X W ,A .. ..4.,. K N X , . , . 3 ' Wg' B 3 2:1 'W' g - wh x --J -lj K' Ax v ,. WA A ' fl Q A W ' QQ-,,,,, 2 V 1 H M.. . , Xa J VV 'A P47 , lA, in . . - Y- I N "J Nix J fi ,' I 4 '4. TABLE OF CONTENTS . ADMINISTRATION 0 DEDICATICN 0 SENIORS 0 UNDERCLASSES 0 ORGANIZATIONS 0 ATHLETICS 0 FEATURES 742 . .IZ Z. BOARD OF EDUCATION GEORGE H. DEUBLE President FRED K. DOMER Vice President DR. R. E. PFOUTS l OHN A. PEARL LOREN E. SOUERS l OHN F. ROOS Clerk-Treasurer A. A. WELSBACHER Superintendent of Buildings and Purchases l ESSE H. MASON Superintendent of Schools FORD O. HARRISON Principal G. F. MALICK Vocational Director THE FACULTY The last answer to the age-long criticism of secondary educa- tion is the vocational high school. The very last word in building and equipment for this type of school is Timken Vocational High School. We have become convinced that accurate work with tools or lathe, with anvil and hammer, with violin or piano, with pencil or brush, trains well the faculties with which we do our thinking. The aim of our school might be called a process of developing the pupil from what he is to what he ought to be. The spirit of Timken Vocational High School seems to empha- size the practical and social side of the pupil's efficiency. It seems to be the desire to prepare the pupils for a life of activity and service. It is fondly hoped that each pupil will be most likely to become the most intelligent, conscientious, and efficient citizen possible con- sidering his mental and physical endowments and limitations. The students of Timken Vocational High School dedicate the second edition of the TIVO to the spirit of industry and to the vision and courage of the great leaders in industry, who in this community. have wrought much that is of significance to us. We are proud of our City of Diversified Industries. While dedicating this volume to the spirit and achievement of those whose energies were given over to the development of this community, we do so, confident that the students of Timken Vocational High School will do their utmost to carry on in the same spirit of service. 7fze 'lfecwi rqofiwlfiat Fourteen GEORGE H. DEUBLE President Baaacfafg S! F- OIL-. FRED K. DOMER Vice President QQ-va 'Y ix. IOHN A. PEARL A. A. WELSBACHER Lonzn E. Sounns Superintendent of Building and Purchases 2 e l IOHN F. Roos Clerk-Treasurer Dn. R. E. P1-'ours Fifteen Sixteen MR. IESSE H. MASON Superintendent of Schools More than merely an educator, more than merely our Super- intendent of Schools, more than the leader and planner of the processes of providing for the boys and girls of Canton the education which means so much to them, Mr. Iesse H. Mason is their friend, and one of their best friends. 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Mr. Harrison is the busy man who supervises the activities of the entire building and directs the teaching of all of these subjects. He stresses the importance of art, music, and literature in the development of a good person- ality. His belief that Mozart, Emerson and machinery interweave easily is being practiced at Timken High. Mr. Harrison is very ambitious for Timken students in all phases of education. He is happiest when a student has achieved outstanding success or when some boy or girl in whom he has had confidence, "makes good." HELEN POPA VIOLET HARTZELE LUCINDA HEINTZELMAN Mr. Malick brings a vast amount of experience to his position as director of vocational work at Timken. His keen understanding of detail makes it possible for him to skillfully handle schedules and courses. The training which Timken students receive results in their rapid advancement from apprentices to skilled workers. Mr. Malick helped make possible the cooperative plan giving students the opportunity to receive further experience by actually working at their trade. Cheerfully and smilingly, he gives advice to students and cooperates in obtaining positions for the Timken graduates. Nineteen Twenty ,f , . ., H. '..- ,, if 'x.-- ' --- -.- .f J vii" ...-fl..-f 7-af 'I af' i.,.f' SENIOR Anvrsons Left to Right-T. H. Everett. Marie Stambaugh. William C. Myers, Iulia F. Wood. Herbert Schlegel Pauline E. Bridge, Paul Elliott fChairmanJ. IUNIOR .ADVISORS Lei! to Right-Dorothy H. Easton KChczirmanl, Elizabeth R. Groves, Frances M. Budd, Marion A Conkle, W. F. Mc!-Xrtor, W. I. Pearce. ilohn Burton was not present when the piciure was taken.J SOPHOMORE ADVISORS Lett to Right-Lucile Sondergelt, Marian E. Bachtel, Lester Brown. I. H. Iones, Grace Burdge Charles G. Andrews KCl-nairmanl, E. E. Horton. FRESHMAN Abvxsons Left to Right Seated: Harold Bigler, Erna Hinkel, Catherine M. Shafer. C. H. Rensch. Standing. Lloyd Grable tChairmcmJ, Burvil H. Glenn. CMargaret Van Oot was not present when the picture was taken.3 'O VJ. 'Lu x ,Jm.rq,w if X, 'K If if-Q WA.: 6- 'S .ff 'B A , i' T U..-., lu.: it g 1 770 X fi., it -'I 1 f Y Q .W , . if it 5 5 if 5 ,x me Rfb N, Ek .. if 4E if ... . rz. A A GEORGE M. SWANT BERYL THonsoN G. P. ToLsoN adcflfdy MIME.. MARGARET VAN Oo'r EL ABETH WADE MARY WELLS 5 -v . If Q, Jil' .Jr 1 -Q . W V,- .E E . I ,EE J E? 'N , Me . f 'Q 'Xi ROBERT HARRIS President Swim UWM RAY CROWL BETTY SANDERA MARILYN STANTZ Vice President Secret ary Treasurer Thirty-two Inllxmlu lf .Do ,BE .gap fi" I tfgji ee exe X fmt X,Yf mul , -E Ny my e , ,... ......... t l W V' , I I 9' t K tt WHU1: '- t e t ,ww , M W-Mi' Vf, ' f V 1fy',gfkigjygfwy f' "',, Th tyt WILLIAM LOUIS BALTZLY 916 Nineteenth Street N. E F Top Row, Lett to Right DWIGHT NELSON BEST 2621 Eleventh Street S. W. Class Oiticer 1 Stagecratt Club 2 IOHN PETER BETZ 1614 Thirty-ninth Street N. W. RUSSELL LEROY BRUEGGER 1134 Park Avenue S. W. ANTHONY CHARLEY 2117 Penn Place N. E. Reserve Football Z MARSHALL E. CHOPPER 1607 Twenty-third Street N. E. Bottom Row. Left to Right ANTHONY DEGREGORIO 1505 Harrisburg Road N. E. BOB DONGES 712 Union Avenue S. W. Booster Club 2 WILLIAM RUSSELL DUPLAIN 1532 Glendale Place N. E. THOMAS EMANUELSON 308 Tuscarawas Street West EDWARD STEVE FARKAS 1827 Vine Avenue S. W. Varsity Football 4 Reserve Football 3 Thmy-uve Top Row. Lett to Right CESAR CONDE FERNANDEZ 2139 Penn Place N. E. Reserve Basketball 1-2 EARNIE CABO FERNANDEZ 1928 Penn Place N. E. ANTHONY GIARRANA 1321 Seventh Street N. E. Glee Club 1-2 Booster Club 1-2 Intramural Basketball 2-3 MICHAEL STEPHEN GOGLE 1006 Seventh Street N. E. CARL A. HENDERSON 1510 Tanner Avenue S. W. Bottom Row, Lett to Right DONALD DAVID HERMAN 2241 Ninth Street S. W. Dramatic Club 1-2 Band 2 Orchestra 2 Glee Club 1-2 EDWARD IAMES HUFNAGLE 1901 Harrisburg Road N. E. Home Room Chairman 4 Booster Club 2 RICHARD LOWELL IACKSON 1218 Fulton Road N. W. Intramural Basketball 3 BERNARD RONALD IOSIF 1345 lvydale Avenue S. W. Latin Club l Math Club 1 Press Club 2 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 Intramural Indoor 1-2 DONALD WILLIAM KESTER 402 Linwood Avenue N. W. Boys' Leaders' Club Z Intramural Sott Ball 1-2 Intramural Basketball 1-2 Top Row. Left to Right CARL IOSEPH KING 1716 Fourth Street N. E. IOSEPH ERNEST KOVACS 1636 Harrison Avenue S. W. ALDO LALLO 1515 Parkhill N. E. Boys' Leaders' Club Z-3-4 Intramural Basketball 1-3-4 SAM D. LEMMO 1709 Sixteenth Street S. W. Timken Service Society 3 Dramatic Club 1-3-4 Home Room Chairman 1 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 2 Boys' Leaders' Club 2 Intramural Soft Ball 1-2 Intramural Basketball 1-2 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 NICKOLAS IOHN LOUKAS 1105 Sixth Street N. E. Dramatic Club 1 Camera Club I Bottom Row, Left to Right DICK GEORGE MARKS 1245 Wertz Avenue S. W. CHARLES EDWARD MCKELVEY 703 Smith Avenue S. W. Home Room Chairman 4 Alternate Chairman 3 Boys' Leaders' Club 2 BOB LEO MILLER 703 Tenth Street N. W. LEO MORRISON 1902 Taft Avenue N. E. IOE TONY NOTARO 1131 Ardmore Avenue S. W. Class Officer 2 Intramural Softball 1-2-3 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3 Intramural Volleyball 1-2-3 Thirty-seven Top Row, Left to Right EDWARD I. PACKA 2126 Harmon! Avenue N. E. EMIL PONIESKI 1376 Market Avenue South MAURICE WILLIAM PORTER 2615 Rosewood PI. N. W. RALPH EMMETT RAINSBERGER 2007 Fortieth Street N. W. TOMMY M. RICHTER 819 Third Street S. W. Home Room Chairman 3 Bottom Row, Left to Right ALVIN LEROY RIEGLER 1422 Shriver Avenue N. E. Reserve Football 2 KENNETH RIPPEL Marquardt Road N. W. Home Room Chairman 3-4 ANTHONY RODRIGUEZ 2161 Penn Place N. E. Reserve Basketball 2 Reserve Football 2 HARRISON ROWLES 633 Smith Avenue S. W. Boys' Leaders' Club 2-3 Varsity Basketball 4 Reserve Basketball 3 Intramural Basketball 1-Z KENNETH SANTILL 1533 Tuscarawas Street Ea Thirty-eight .r, 535 W x W 544193721 S Top Row, Lett to Right WALTER OTTO SCHLABACH 1003 Fourth Street S. W. Class Otticer 3 Home Room Chairman Z Booster Club 2 IAKE SIMA 1427 Dueber Avenue S. W. Altemate Chairman 2 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3-4 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 Boys' Leaders' Club I OCTAVIO SOUSA SIRGO 1926 Eighth Street N. E. - Class Officer 3 Varsity Basketball 1-3-4 Reserve Basketball 2 Varsity Football 1-2-3-4 MAURICE WARREN SLATER 504 Henrietta Avenue S. E. WILLIAM SNYDER 1545 Quimby Avenue S. W. Home Room Chairman 1 Graphic Arts Club 1 Glee Club 1 Nature Club I Bottom Row, Left to Right NICK SPIROS 1427 Seventh Street N. E. IACK ANGELO VAGOTIS 632 Mahoning Road N. E. Home Room Chairman 3-4 Varsity Basketball 1-3 Reserve Basketball 3 Intramural Volleyball 2 Intramural Basketball Z HERMEN IOSEPH VALENTINE 1527 Fourth Street S. E. Timken Service Society 3-4 Dramatic Club 4 Alternate Chairman 3 Glee Club 1 Booster Club 2 MICHAEL FRANCIS VINCI 1450 Willett Avenue S. B. CHARLES ROBERT ZEHNDER 2130 Tuscarawas Street West Top Row, Lett to Right MILDRED ILEEN BIBBEE 1015 Twelfth Street N. W. Home Room Chairman 4 Class Officer 2 EVELYN MARIE BROWN 262 Bellflower Avenue N. W. Publication Staff 2 ' M . I I I ' I 1 - .. I 4 I ' Fi f H 1, ' .N M f"""+f ff . 'Wil V N 'fa I 'L A A ,ll " 1 yi I Ml ig, is .IN Jn' 4 U-In n 5. , 'f It '-.i I ' ' -iff A 04,4 p Q 1. vt? .QV A I. l' l 'N AJ SO Q! xxgsffir ,l':, . 1 'V If 23.35 b . itil' 'ff-.1 .N ' A 'L' 3' fi PI'--7 N YT FS JN, . , . .i su, '.j .K xl I! .X .Ii -:A .V ' .Q t F -Q. ,il X '- ' I, - I - , L-eff F ,f,,j!. ,- ei- .fi V' .X 11. .. 'a.'f.f-. -' - I - ip?" 124' '-11. ' ,pa j -,'41X,2f"- . ,. ., 3- fi., ' pf. I ' f' iw ' I' ,fvfv-QW Forty ffm Bottom Row. Lett to Right HELEN REGINA DANILUK 333 Eleventh Street S. E. Glee Club I-3-4 Tennis Team 3 AMANDA GARCIA 735 Carnahcz Booster Club 2-3 n Avenue N. E Top Row. Lett to Right VICTORIA GASS 1840 Lipper! Road N. E. Glee Club 1-3-4 IOSEPHINE GEORGE 2034 Eighth Street N. E. Booster Club 2 Library Staff 1 Chorus 1-3 VIVIAN RAE GONDER 311 Young Avenue N. E. Glee Club 1-4 Booster Club 2-3 Camera Club 3 IENOA REBECCA IOSEPI-I 610 Belden Avenue N. E. Booster Club 2-3 Camera Club 2-3 MARGIE MILLER 1414 Tuscarawas Street East Bottom Row, Lett to Right FELISA PHYLLIS MONZU 614 Belden Avenue N. E. Booster Club Z-3 Camera Club 2-3 LADEAN IOY PHILLIPS 1108 McKinley Avenue S. W. Choral Club 3 KATHLEEN MARIE SCHARIO 3057 Grove Place S. W. BLANCHE LOUISE SEMON 415 Belden Avenue N. E. Alternate Chairman 2 Booster Club 2 SUE LUCILLE VOLPE 115 Wheery Place S. E. Chorus 2 l Forty-one Forty-two i 6 S ,f -34 Q14 rf Q! u 'W Nd ira- - M - 1 il 17 3 . vu 3, E F14 K' Y if igi '51 A o 3" l ' 119: tg 11 W " 'J' Af NM ' 1 Top How. Left to Right LOUISE ANTONIA Bottom Row, Left to Right ANNA MARIE BATLEY 2223 Georgetown Road N, E. 1456 Eastview Avenue N. E. Booster Club 3 JOYCE BAKER 3045 Twelfth Street S. W. Timken Service Society 3-4 ELOISE BARNETT 1458 Rowland Avenue N. E. Student Library Staff 3 Home Economics Club 1 Glee Club 1-2 ARLENE IANE BECKER 3052 Sixth Street S. W. Timken Service Society Sec'y 3-4 Publications Staff 4 Glee Club 3 Sophomore Choir 2 Volleyball 1 CARMINA BOCIIA 1401 Vine Avenue S. W. Glee Club 1-Z-3-4 Booster Club 3 MARTHA MARY BOY1-UIAN 503 Schwalm Avenue N. E. Chorus 3-4 Booster Club 2 Glee Club 1 Forty-three Top Row, Left to Right THELMA MAE BRICK 2023 Twenty-third Street N. E. Timken Service Society 3-4 Class Officer 3 Publications Staff 4 Home Room Chairman Z Chorus 1-4 ELBERTA BRIGHT R. D. 31, Reedurban Publications Staff 4 Dramatic Club 4 Orchestra 1-Z CHARLES BUNGARD 713 Smith Avenue S. W. Class Officer 2 Band 3 Orchestra 1-2-4 Boys' Leaders' Club 2 Varsity Basketball 2 Latin Club 1 WILDA MAE BURCH 915 Third Street N. E. Publications Staff 3-4 Home Room Chairman 3 Chorus 1-4 Cheerleader 4 Booster Club 2 Glee Club 1 ANNA MARIE CAVICCHIO 2225 Sixth Street N. E. Home Room Chairman 4 Booster Club 2 Bottom Row, Left to Right BETTY ARLINE COOK 3765 Meyers Lake Publications Staff 3-4 Chorus 4 Science Club 1 Girls' Leaders' Club 2-4 Home Arts 2 HELEN DANICZI 1032 Ross Avenue N. H. Dramatic Club 3-4 Orchestra 2 Glee Club 4 Booster Club 2 Chorus 1-Z-3-4 Etiquette Club 2 ELSIE D'AURORA 1356 Stark Avenue S. W. Intramural Basketball 3 Intramural Volleyball 3 Intramural Indoor 2 Home Arts Club 2 IUNE MARILYN DBROCHE 2240 Lake Road Boulevard N W Home Room Chairman 1-2 3 4 Tumbling 4 Basketball 3-4 Publications Staff 4 Press Club 3 Dramatic Club l-4 MARY DOYLE 2519 Winfield Way N. E. Booster Club 2 Chorus 1-3-4 Forty-four Top Row, Leit to Right SOPHIE ELEFTERETES 1905 Eighth Street N. E. Publications Statt 3 Dramatic Club 1-2-3-4 Orchestra 3 Booster Club 2 Cage Ball 4 BETTY KATHRYN FORAKER 133 Dueber Avenue S. W. Chorus 1 Home Arts Club 2 ALICE BELLE FRY 1347 Logan Avenue N. W. Glee Club 3 Chorus 1-2 Home Economics Club 1-2 MARY GABRIK 1522 Stark Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 3-4 Paper Staii l-Z Glee Club 4 AMY GARTENBUSH 1444 Shriver Avenue N. E. Glee Club 4 Girls' Leaders' Club 3 Social Science Club 3 Booster Club 1-2-3 Bottom Row, Lett to Right KATHRYN GIAMARELO 1930 Carnahan Avenue N. E. Booster Club 2 ELMA GLIATTA 213 Belden Avenue S. E. Timken Service Society 4 Publications Stait 3-4 Booster Club 2 Dramatic Club 3 Intramural Basketabll 3 IULIA MADELINE GLIBA 1823 Clark Avenue S. W. Debate Club 1 EVELYN MAE GROBOSKY 1431 Miami Court N. E. Timken Service Society 4 Booster Club 1-2 EILEEN HARBERT 1401 Henry Avenue S. W. Home .Arts Club 2 Forty-live Top Row, Lett to Right ARCHIE HARTER 1811 Second Street N. E. Publications Staff 4 Booster Club 2 LESTER E. HECKA MAN 2700 Eleventh Street N. W. Band 3-4 Orchestra 1-Z-3-4 Intramural Basketball 1-2 Tivo Stall 4 GERALDINE HEIL 1142 Ardmore Avenue S. W. Science Club 1 Press Club 1 Biology Club Z Chorus 1-Z EVA KATZ V 640 Ingram Avenue S. W. Timken Service Society 4 Dramatic Club 1-2-3-4 Girls' Leaders' Club 1-2-3-4 Volleyball 1-2-3-4 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Tumbling 3-4 Publications Stall 4 FOREST IRENE KEATS 703 Eleventh Street N. W. Solt Ball Team l Mixed Chorus 1 Bottom Row, Lelt to Right MARY MARGARET KLINGLER 132 Smith Avenue N. W. Timken Service Society 4 Dramatic Club 2 Home Room Chairman 1-2-3 Glee Club 1-4 ANN LUCHITZ 1645 Hammond Avenue S. W Press Club 1-2 Booster Club 3 Student Library Staff 1 VIRGINIA MAE LUKE 3135 Windsor Place S. W. Glee Club 4 Girls' Leaders' Club 2-3 Basketball 3 Booster Club 2 LUCILLE LYONS 1923 Eleventh Street S. W. Dramatic Club l-2-4 Radio Club 2 MARY MILDRED MARDYLA 1218 Connor Court S. E. Booster Club 2-3 Art League 3 Forty-six Top Row, Left to Right ARTHUR MARGIOTTA 225 Arlington Avenue S. W. Home Room Chairman 1 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 2 Band 3-4 Orchestra I-2-3-4 Glee Club 2 Publications Staff 4 MILDRED VIOLA MCINALLY 106 Meyers Lake Class Officer 1 Glee Club 3-4 Girls' Leaders' Club 4 Volleyball 3 MARY ELLEN MILLER 1315 Greenfield Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 2 Glee Club 3 VELMA RITA MOHN 1429 McGregor Avenue N. W. Glee Club 1-2-4 Basketball 3 Latin Club 1-2 Booster Club 1-2 MICHAEL IOI-IN MOKODEAN 1822 Clark Avenue S. W. Altemate Hm. Rm. Chairman 4 Intramural Basketball 1-2 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 Bottom Row, Lett to Right CATHERINE IANE MYER 610 Smith Avenue N. W. Timken Service Society 4 Publications Staff 2 Glee Club 4 Girls' Leaders' Club 4 Tennis 3 Varsity Indoor 2 TERESA NERO 2219 Georgetown Road N. E. ANNETTA REBECCA OVERCASHER 1113 Third Street N. E. Timken Service Society 4 Glee Club 3-4 Booster Club 2 Intramural Volleyball 3 MARIAN PEARL PETERS 1428 Frederick Avenue S. W. Glee Club 1-4 Girls' Leaders' Club 4 Tumbling Team 3-4 HELEN POPA 418 Gobel Avenue N. E. Booster Club 2 Forty-seven Top Row. Lett to Right OLIVIA PREDA 2140 Eighth Street N. E. Alternate I-Im. Rm. Chairma MARGARET REVNIK 1414 Fifteenth Street S. W. Timken Service Society 3-4 Home Arts Club 2 DOROTHY IEAN ROBINSON 1360 Scoville Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 1 Band 2-3 Orchestra 2-3 Glee Club 3 IUNE ELIZABETH BOHN 317 Girard Avenue S. E. Timken Service Society 4 Girls' Chorus 1-2-3-4 Booster Club 2 Il Bottom Row. Lett to Right BETTY IANE SANDERA 1039 Park Avenue S. W. Timken Service Society 3-4 Class Officer 4 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 3 Glee Club 4 Volleyball 3 Home Arts Club 2 Science Club 2 BARBARA ELLEN SAWYEB 3210 Third Street N. W. Timl-:en Service Society 4 Class Officer 3 Publications Staff 2 Home Boom Chairman 2 Glee Club 4 LEATHA ARLENE SCHMIDT 1412 Roslyn Avenue S. W Girls' Leaders' Club 2 Booster Club 1-2 LILLIAN I ANE SCHROTT 1514 Fourteenth Street S. W HELEN VIRGINIA RUTKOWSKI Glee Club 3 1454 Allen Avenue S. E. Timken Service Society 4 BETTY GRAY SMITH Publications Stat! 3-4 1906 Harvey Place S. E. Glee Club 4 Glee Club 1-3-4 Cheerleader 3 Booster Club Z Booster Club 2 Intramural Basketball 3 Forty-eight Top Row, Left to Right MARY FRANCES SMITH 1423 Louisiana Avenue N. Dramatic Club 1 Glee Club 4 MARIAN SMITH 800 Twenty-second Street N. Glee Club 3-4 Home Economics Club 1 MARILYN RUTH STANTZ 1019 Bellflower Avenue S. Timken Service Society 3-4 Class Oificer 4 Publications Stall 2-3-4 Dramatic Club 1 Student Council 1-2 Alternate Chairman 3 OLYMPIA TOMA 1923 Penn Place N. E. Timken Service Society 4 Glee Club 4 MARGIE TOUSSANT 1115 Eighth Street N. W. Dramatic Club 1-2-3 Glee Club 4 Booster Club 1 W. W. W. Bottom Row, Left to Right HELEN VUTETAKIS 605 Saylor Place S. W. Dramatic Club 3 Etiquette Club 2 Booster Club Z IEAN LEORA WARREN 412 Raynolds Place S. W. Publications Staff 3 IEANNE MARIE WITTER B01 High Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 1-2-3 Glee Club 4 Publications Staff 1-2 Debate Team 1-2-3 SOPHIE ZANTOPOULOS 1040 Rowland Avenue N. E. Poetry Club 2 Booster Club 2 LUCILLE MARY ZWALLEN 1227 Arnold Avenue N. W. Timken Service Society 4 Publications Staff 3-4 Glee Club 1-2-4 Cheerleader 3 Latin Club 1-2 Booster Club 1-2 F orty-nine I Q3 N' l..'4H. L V uf Y U' Y' .- 571 X a E 'L Xxx Q .A Q, 3 L K A I ,fr,,.ftx..,W,M Us own K f Na F V '52 1 ' 4 x It 4 11 It 1 ' 9 '1 W- X, I A 1 iw 2 2 , .1 4 5 C' 15512, ',' I ,IW , 'iv , f '54 1' or 4 9 'I N 1 1 Fifty Top Row, Left to Right CHRIST CAMBRAY KOUFOS 2124 Seventh Street N. E. KATHLEEN MANNING 2607 Tuscarawas Street Wes! Art Club 1-2 TiVo Staff 3-4 Dramatics 3 Bottom Row, Left to Right ARLENE A. MOHLER 1508 Fulton Road N. W. Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman ANNE SABLO 1547 Wayne Avenue N. E. Chorus 4 Staff 4 ' 1441 BETTY ELIZABETH ADESSA 233 Greenfield Avenue S. W. Glee Club 1-Z Girls' Leaders' Club 1-2 Dramatic Club 1-2 Home Room Rep. 1 Biology Club 2 Mathematic Club 1 LOUISE MARGARET BRUDER 1832 Ohio Avenue N. E. Booster Club 2 0 EAQVIDEE , llgw WM I Ng L ff' T-. Sl--nl '-- 'xx 1f'..A5f-.'f'l fl?" 5 wff f fx xlglqffw I Mgt' 1 rf :ix V Ski . in X " A -f T XX ,Lf - ine E14 A T . li W . E ufwff feng, "1 ,V 5N,R,Q7l,f. Y,.g,,5 :E Z! Y - MY P-'gl fu 1 , X' .um-.. L, y mn-T 99 3' Fiityone Top How. Left to Right CORINNE DORIS BUCHANAN 425 Wells Avenue S. W. Student Library Staif 3 Glee Club 4 EILEEN LOUISE CARMICHAEL 2332 Coventry Boulevard N. E. Dramatic Club 3 Glee Club 4 Home Room Chairman 2 Band 2 Student Library Staff 1 GRACE CIOCIOLA 1116 Cleveland Avenue S. W. Glee Club 4 Dramatic Club 2 PATRICIA LOUISE COCHRAN 1015 Seventh Street N. E. Dramatic Club 3 Glee Club 4 MARY VELMA DAVIS 2216 Ninth Street N. W. Timken Service Society 3-4 Class Officer 3 Dramatic Club 3-4 Glee Club 4 Student Council 2 Press Club l Bottom Row, Lett to Right IRENE ANNE DEGI 2109 Sixteenth Street N. E. Dramatic Club 4 Glee Club 1-4 BETTY IANE ENDRES 825 Auburn Court N. W. Dramatic Club 1-2-3 Glee Club 4 Fifth Wheel Club 2 Home Room Rep. 2 BETTY PAYE GRIMM 7l2 Union Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 3 Glee Club 1-2 WILMA HANSEN 1409 Twelfth Street N. E. Home Room Chairman 3-4 Student Library Staff 3 Glee Club 4 Dramatic Club l Councilman 1-2 Chorus 1 HELEN LOUISE KATRANICH 2220 Indiana Way N. E. Glee Club 4 Fifty-two I Top Row, Lett to Right SOPHIA KOTANIDES 1915 Blecker Place N. E. Dramatic Club 4 Glee Club 1-2-4 Booster Club 2 Orchestra 1 MARY DELORES LAUDA 1623 Sherrick Road S. E. Dramatic Club 4 French Club 2 Girls' Service League 2 ALFREDA KATHERINE MARSH 1121 Homewood Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 2-3 Basketball 1-2 Glee Club 1-2 AUDREE MARIE REED 1421 Park Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 1-4 ANGELINE SCOZZARELLA 1218 Third Street S. E. Dramatic Club 2 Home Room Chairman 3 Bottom Row. Left to Right MARY VIOLA ULLMAN 2416 Navarre Road S. W. Glee Club 1-4 Girls' Leaders' Club 3 Booster Club 2 AMELIA IANET VERNO 1002 Liberty Avenue S. E. Dramatic Club 3 Booster Club 2 Glee Club 1 IRENE VUTETAKIS 605 Saylor Place S. W. Dramatic Club 3 Glee Club 4 Booster Club 2 Etiquette Club 2 KATHLEEN WALTER 3016 Ninth Street S. W. Timken Service Society 3 Publications Staff 1-2 Dramatic Club l-4 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 2 THELMA MAE WYMER Booster Club 1 514 Second Street N. W. Fifty-three is Fifty-four Top Row, Lett to Right ROBERT EDWARD DEVOLT 1914 Crowl Place S. W. Orchestra I-2-3-4 Art Club 1-2 Intramural Basketball 1-Z Nature Club 1 FRED DIEFENBACHER 2200 Seventh Street N. W. Intramural Basketball 3 CHARLES DOVUTOVICH Bottom Row, Lett to Right RICHARD GORDEN DUNBAR 1412 Perkins Court N. W. Home Room Chairman 1-4 Boys' Leaders' Club 3 1620 Wooster Avenue N. E. Varsity Football 2 Reserve Football 2 Intramural Basketball 3 IOHN ESCHLIMAN Foltieth Street N. W. Timken Service Society 3-4 Class Officer 1 Publications Staff 3 Home Room Chairman 2 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman Intramural Basketball 3-4 Intramural Volleyball 2 ROBERT P. HAYES 2612 Twelfth Street N. W. Golt Team 4 Varsity Basketball 4 Reserve Basketball 3 Stagecratt Club 2 Handicraft Club 2 IAMES DONALD MARCHBANK 1016 Seventh Street N. E. Booster Club 2 Top Row. Lett to Right HENRY OTTO MATTES 2114 Pitth Street N. E. Timken Service Society 4 Intramural Basketball 1-3 Booster Club 2 IACK MONTGOMERY Fulton Road Ext., R. D. 4'-F2 Timken Service Society 4 Boys' Leaders' Club 1 Varsity Football 1-3-4 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3-4 Intramural Baseball 1 SIDNEY NOLL 813 Twelfth Street N. E. Timken Service Society 4 Stamp Club 2 Intramural Basketball 3-4 Intramural Volleyball 2 Booster Club 2 IOE PASKO 817 Gibbs Avenue N. E. Booster Club 2 French Club 2 Intramural Volleyball 2 Intramural Basketball 3-4 THOMAS FRANCIS RIFE 855 Howland Avenue N. E. Boys' Leaders' Club Z Intramural Football 3 Bottom Row, Lett to Right CHARLES SCHLARB 3107 Tuscarawas Street West Home Room Chairman I Boys' Leaders' Club 1-2 Varsity Basketball 1-2-3-4 Varsity Football I-Z-3-4 Intramural Basketball 1-2 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 Intramural Indoor 1-Z Intramural Baseball 1-2 I ACK SCHOONOVER 2211 Seventh Street S. W. Timken Service Society 4 Handicraft Club 2 Science Club I LESTER E. SEEMANN 1707 Garfield Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 3-4 Home Room Chairman 2 Boys' Leaders' Club 1-2-3 Intramural Basketball I-2-3-4 Intramural Indoor I-Z Intramural Volleyball I-2 A. G. SPIVEY 1616 Frederick Avenue S. W. Timken Service Society 4 Science Club 1-2 Radio Club 1-2 HOWARD ROBERT WHITE Lesher Road, R. D. 7, N. Canton W x Fifty-tive Top Row, Lett to Right ANNA CAPLEA 1712 Bedford Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 3 Gle Club Z-3 e Biology Club 2 LAURA COLETTA EAKIN 809 Fifth Street S. W. Bottom Row, Let! to Right RUTH ELLEN FARNHAM LILLIAN PATRICIA GOFF EVELYN FLORENCE HUTCHMAN 27 Meyers Luke 2017 Thirty-ninth Street N. W. 2303 Brownlee Avenue N. E. Girls' Volleyball 3-4 Glee Club 4 Girls' Basketball 3-4 Home Ec. Club 1-2 Tumbling Team 3,4 Q1 Y if -4 , Mx Ml ' qflltv .. lil . , V 2- ' full, I W a t ll-' A 51544 ,llt 241 eye v Fifty-six l Top Row. Lett to Right HELEN IANSON 1624 Miami Court N. E. Glee Club l Booster Club 1-2 LUCILLE LENA IORDAN 805 Columbus Avenue N. W. ARLENE KATHRYN KUNTZ 702 Fulton Road N. W. Glee Club 3-4 Girls' Leaders' Club 4 Home Ec. Club Z Basketball 3-4 Volleyball 3-4 Cage Ball 4 IEAN MARGARET KVASNICK 1648 Third Street N. E. Dramatic Club 3 Alternate I-Im. Rm. Chairman 2-3 Girls' Leaders' Club 4 Girls' Basketball 3-4 Girls' Volleyball 3-4 Booster Club 2 Writers' Club 2 Biology Club 2 Cage Ball 4 ALICE IEANNE MILLER 1127 Seventh Street N. W. Dramatic Club 3-4 Glee Club 4 Cheerleader 1 Booster Club l-2 Bottom Row, Lett to Right BETTY IEAN SLUSSER 613 Twenty-lirst Street N. W. Publications Staff Z Home Room Chairman 1 MARY STANCEU 2146 Eighth Street N. E. Student Library Staff l-3 Girls' Leaders' Club 4 Basketball 3-4 Volleyball 3-4 Cageball 3-4 BERNADINE ELAINE STRBAVI 306 Fourteenth Street S. E. Glee Club 3-4 Booster Club 2 Get Acquainted Club 3 HELEN VIRGINIA THAYER 502 V2 Kennet Ct. N. W. STELLA MAE TRUSHEL 1944 Third Street N. E. Dramatic Club 3 Volleyball 3-4 Booster Club 2 Writers' Club 2 Biology Club 2 Fifty-seven Top Row, Left to Right MAX DEWIGHT BRINKLEY 1917 Sixth Street S. W. Chorus 1 Art Club 1-2 Intramural Basketball 3 Intramural Football 3 DWIGHT WAYNE BYFUS R. D. 2, Louisville Home Room Chairman 2 HARRY CLARK 505 Newton Avenue N. W. WILLIAM IOHN COMERFORD 8804 Marion Avenue S. W. Swimming Team 2 RICHARD ALBERT ELDER 1256 Perkins Court N, W. Home Room Chairman 1 Radio Club 2-3 Bottom Row, Left to Right GEORGE FORADAS 701 Rex Avenue N. E. Stagecraft Club 4 Radio Club 3-4 WILLIAM FREDERICK FROMM 1304 Woodward Place N. W. Glee Club 1 Radio Club 3 CHARLES L. GROSENBAUGH 1320 St. Elmo Avenue N. E. Timken Service Society 3-4 Stagecratt Club 3-4 Glee Club 1 Radio Club 3 Booster Club 2 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3-4 IACK PAUL HEAGY 2503 Daletord Avenue N. E. Orchestra 2 PAUL KIEWALL 1741 Second Street S. E. Intramural Football 3 Intramural Basketball 3 '-has 'E' -Q -1 sm.. 'ES' Fifty-eight Top Row. Left to Right WILLIAM GEORGE MACRIDES 845 Rowland Avenue N. E. Timken Service Society 3-4 Home Room Chairman 3 Graphic Arts Club Z Boys' Leaders' Club 2-3 Intramural Football 3 Intramural Basketball 3 IOHN F. PACKER 1824 Grace Avenue N. E. Stagecraft Club 3-4 Glee Club 1 Radio Club 2-3-4 Intramural Basketball 1 GEORGE I. PALOSI 2334 Fourteenth Street N. E. Stagecratt Club 4 Glee Club I Radio Club 4 Intramural Football 3 Intramural Basketball 1 IOHN PEZEI. 1743L Superior Avenue N. E. Intramural Football 3 Intramural Basketball 3 IUSTINO OLIVER PROCARIO 942 Sherrick Road S. E. Golf Team 2-3 Class Ofiicer 3 Bottom Row. Lett to Right RICHARD LYNN RHODES 905 Sixth Street S. W. Home Room Chairman 2 Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Boys' Leaders' Club l-2 DONALD PAUL RILEY 1627 Olive Place N. E. Home Room Chairman 4 Booster Club 2 MELVIN PAUL SABAKA 1635 Bedford Avenue S. W. Timken Service Society 4 Radio Club 1-3 Intramural Basketball 2-3-4 Intramural Football 2-3-4 HAROLD ROBERT WALLACE 1713 Nineteenth Street N. E. Publications Stat! 4 Home Room Chairman 4 Stagecrait Club 4 Varsity Basketball 1 Intramural Basketball 3 Radio Club 3 ROBERT WEST 1908 Taft Avenue N. E. 1 Fifty-nine Top Row, Lett to Right FRANK I. ANDREOTTI 514 Fourteenth Street S. E. Home Room Chairman 3 Cheerleader 3 Boys' Leaders' Club 2-3 Intramural Basketball 3-4 ANTHONY BASA 1801 Roslyn Avenue S. W. Timken Service Society 4 Home Room Chairman 4 4-ff , . n-. I. 1 , ,-. ff f fy Z? li if ,J 1. ' 111 ,ff 1,1 111111091 f E I fx J 1 1-1111 111111111 2411111111 Lf- 1 " , ' ,siwp 1111 f 111111111111 111 ,,1.1fW1f . ' 1111 W ' 11111111 VV rf Sixty ghd? f7'iC 1111101 1' Bottom Row, Lett to Right ROBERT M. BENNETT 1703 Bank Place S. W. Dramatic Club 1 Stagecratt Club Z Intramural Football 3-4 Intramural Basketball 3-4 CHARLES BETZ 601 Estep Place S. W. Timken Service Society 3-4 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairma Booster Club Z IW n3 Top Row. Left to Right WILLIAM E. BURD 1433 Rowland Avenue N. E. Glee Club 2-3-4 Reserve Football 3 Intramural Football 3-4 Intramural Basketball 3-4 GEORGE CHRISTEA 2008 Penn Place N. E. Timken Service Society 4 Councilman 2 Intramural Football 3-4 ANTHONY FRANK CONDE 1800 Frederick Avenue S. W Boys' Leaders' Club 1-2 Varsity Football 2-3-4 Intramural Basketball 1-2 Intramural Indoor 1-2 EDWARD I. COTZES 937 Dartmouth Avenue S. W. Art Club 1 Intramural Football 3-4 Intramural Basketball 3-4 DICK EUGENE DUNLAP 1128 Walnut Avenue N. E. Bottom Row, Leit to Right RALPH IAMES EBIE 341 Clarendon Avenue N. W. Intramural Basketball 2-3-4 Handicraft Club 2 PAUL EDWARD FAVERO 903 Fifth Street N. E. Student Manager, Football 1 HAROLD FERENCY 1910 Clark Avenue S. W. Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Intramural Basketball 2-3-3 Intramural Indoor 2-3 PAUL EDWARD FRIEDMAN 323 Bellflower Avenue N. W. ALEX I. GARCIA 1819 Seventh Street N. E. Boys' Leaders' Club 3-4 Art Club 1-2 Intramural Basketball 3-4 Sixty-one Top Row, Left to Right GLENN HERBERT GROVE 1115 Brant Avenue N. W. Radio Club 1 Handicraft 2 MICHAEL HILBER 718 Flory Court N. E. Timken Service Society 4 Swimming Team 2 WILLIAM P. HUME Bottom Row. Left to Right PAUL E. KIEHL 630 Exeter Avenue S. W. Stagecraft Club 2 Science Club I Math Club 1 MICHAEL KOUSKOURIS 956 Carnahan Avenue N. E. Varsity Football 2 Reserve Football I STANLEY E. LIEBIG 931 Third Street S. W. Intramural Basketball 3 1350 Dueber Avenue S. W. Intramural Football 3 Home Room Chairman l Glee Club 2-3-4 FREDERICK BERNARD LUTHER 1644 Hammond Avenue S. W. Glee Club 1-2-4 RICHARD INMAN KINDELBERGER Dramatic Club 1-2 1506 Twenty-fifth Street N. W. Stagecraft 1-2 Sixty-two Q. Top Row, Lett to Right IAMES MARINOS 203 Sixth Street S. E. Timken Service Society 4 Swimming Team 2 Stagecrait Z Boys' Leaders' Club 2 DARRAH K. MILLER 1338 McKinley Avenue Home Room Chairman 4 Camera Club 4 Booster Club 2 Varsity Tennis 2 Intramural Football 3-4 Intramural Basketball 3-4 ROBERT H. MILLER 523 Market Avenue North Home Room Chairman 2-3 Boys' Leaders' Club l Varsity Swimming Team 2 Intramural Football 3-4 Intramural Basketball 3-4 ROCCO MOECIA 713 Tenth Street S. E. Intramural Football 3 Intramural Basketball 3 Bottom Row, Lett to Right WALLACE D. MOHR R. D. 34, Massillon Handicraft Club 2 Intramural Basketball 2 IOHN P. NELISHER 1412 Seventh Street N. E. Graphic Arts Club I IOHN NEUMANN 1006 Rowland Avenue N. E. Art Club 1 AQUILINO PEREZ 1546 Bryan Avenue S. W. Reserve Basketball 3 l Sixty-three Top Row, Left to Right GLENN L. PLOTTS 716 Garfield Avenue S. W. Home Room Chairman 1 Stagecrait Club 1 . Intramural Basketball 3 Intramural Baseball 1 HARRY E. POIZEL 517 Market Avenue North Timken Service Society 4 Handicraft Club 2 IOHN PROACH 1928 Maple Avenue N. E. Intramural Basketball 1 HERB H. REINER 1012 Eighth Street S. W. Band 4 Bottom Row. Lett to Right IOHN A. ROCCI 1532 Sherrick Road S. E. Camera Club 4 Home Room Chairman 1 Intramural Basketball 3 MAURICE IAY ROSENBERRY 1127 Ardmore Avenue S. W Dramatic Club 1 Glee Club 3-4 Goli Team 4 Varsity Basketball 4 Reserve Basketball 3 Basketball 1-2 GEORGE SERBAN 1923 Seventh Street N. E. Timken Service Society 4 Camera Club 4 Intramural Football 3-4 Intramural Basketball 4 Booster Club 2 BQ03191- Club 2 aonznr BAXTER simnnocx Glee Club 3 830 Marion Avenue S. W. Sixty-tour Bottom Row, Left to Right HAROLD WEBER 826 McKinley Avenue N. W. DONALD WILLIAM WILSON 336 Sixth Street S. W. Art Club 1 Booster Club 3 RONALD M. WOESSNER 1206 Park Avenue S. W. Stagecraft Club 2 Handicraft Club 2 Top Row, Lett to Right PAUL LLOYD STANLEY 1255 Wertz Avenue S. W. Home Room Chairman 1-2 Band 1-2 Glee Club 4 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3 Debate Club 1-2 WALTER TISEVICH 1517 Vine Avenue S. W. Varsity Basketball 2-4 Varsity Football 3- 4 Reserve Basketball 3 STEVE PAUL TONIC An Club 1 1812 Wfmace Avenue N. E. Intramural Indoor 2 HAROLD WALDROP 616 Fourth Street N. W. ALEXANDER ZOUNCOURIDES Reserve Basketball 3 1631 Lipper! Road N. E. Reserve Football 2 smy-uve 54011 4' g 9 , 7 r I ly., 'IIIWWF f-fgf 1 2. 'lg S "N -E--9 K f " y 1: W fl 51 I ,IE 'TW f fr . 5 C "2 'I -fiik i 7' W - 1' Illmw Top Row, Leit to Right ALBERT C. ALTIERI 933 Mahoning Road N. E. Home Room Chairman 2 IOHN WILLIAM BARTUSECK 1622 Vine Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club l Reserve Basketball 3 DONALD HENRY BURRIER 1101 Third Street S. W. Booster Club 2-3 GEORGE BUTURIN 2119 Fifteenth Street S. W. Dramatic Club 1 Reserve Basketball Z EDWARD L. CONNOR 2115 Fourth Street S. E. Bottom Row. Left to Right LEE FLETCHER 3143 Twelfth Street N. W. Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 3 Band 3-4 Boys' Leaders' Club 1 Swimming Team 2 ARTHUR KIRK FOSTER 127 Kensington Court N. W. Glee Club 1 Alternate Hm. Rm. Rep. 2 VINCENT IAMES PIZZOFERRATO 1382 Mario! Court S. W. Dramatic Club 3-4 Golf Team 3-4 Art Club 1-2 Radio Club 1 Intramural Basketball l-2-3-4 PAUL R. SWINGLE 1402 Tenth Street N. E. IACK EDWARD UNGASHICK 732 Marion Avenue S. W. Home Room Chairman 4 Glee Club 1-2-3 Booster Club 2 Intramural Basketball l-2-3 I I 1 Sixty-seven - F il X,,Q Top Row. Lett to Right GEORGE ASEFF ABOOD 1328 Plain Avenue N. E. Intramural Basketball 1-2-3 Intramural Indoor 2 ROBERT IOHN FERGUSON 1707 Dunn Avenue N. W. Graphic Arts Club 4 Boys' Leaders' Club 1-2-3 Intramural Basketball 1 Intramural Volleyball 2 Chorus 1 Booster Club 1-2 Bottom Row, Left to Right GEORGE FREDERICK FERRARA 2220 Seventh Street N. E. Graphic Arts Club 4 Varsity Basketball 1-3-4 Varsity Football 3-4 Reserve Football 2 Reserve Basketball Z JACK V. FRALEY 707 Park Avenue S. W. Home Room Chairman 2 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 1 Graphic Arts Club 4 Intramural Basketball 1-3 Volleyball 2 Alternate Chairman 2 WSW Sixty-eight 19' j3LxnLH Top Row, Left to Right LEWIS ALLEN HAREN 1107 Roslyn Avenue N. W. Timken Service Society 3 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 2 Graphic Arts Club 4 Glee Club 1 CARL M. HEGAL 1816 Maple Avenue N. E. Graphic Arts Club 4 Varsity Basketball 3-4 Reserve Basketball 2 Volleyball 2 EMIL VICTOR MOLDOVAN 1844 Third Street N. E. Publications Statt 4 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 3 Graphic Arts Club 4 Student Library Stat! 1-3-4 Booster Club 2 Intramural Basketball 3 DANIEL EUGENE MYERS 1303 Cherry Avenue N. E. Intramural Basketball I-2 Intramural Softball 1 LOREN KENNETH PFEIFFER 1133 Sixth Street N. W. Intramural Basketball 3-4 Bottom Row. Lett to Right VIRGIL E. ROMAN 2032 Seventh Street N. E. Graphic Arts Club 4 Varsity Football 3-4 Reserve Football 2 Varsity Basketball 4 Reserve Basketball 2 VICTOR GEORGE ROSCA 2124 Sixth Street N. E. Home Room Chairman 4 Graphic Arts Club 4 WILBUR HARRY SNYDER 408 Dryden Avenue N. W. Graphic Arts Club 4 Varsity Basketball 3-4 Reserve Basketball 1-2 Home Room Chairman 1 GUST JOHN TARZAN 1325 Maddrell Court N. E. Graphic Arts Club 4 Boys' Leaders' Club Z-3 Home Room Chairman 2 Intramural Basketball 1-4 EARL ZAGAN 1812 Bryan Avenue S. W. Timken Service Society 3-4 Dramatic Club I Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 4 Graphic Arts Club 4 Glee Club 1-2 Booster Club 1 Sixty-nine MM? 7' gli? Q' my Q, g a . 412 ,M ' Z F' 3 W ' gs 5 f 1 " f TM A. , Uma, , I . - swung, J f 1 I STYLcf ' Q 'P If S 9 MPV it , , 'C 5, ' . ' ' .v" fig, K xff -11-51 g . H Q2 1 Cla xx Seventy Top Row, Lett to Right AURORA LOPEZ AMPUDIA 1843 Sixth Street N. E. Basketball 1-2-3 Volleyball 2-3 Book League 2-3 Booster Club 2-3 Modern Writers 3 Chorus 1-2-3 HELEN BECK Twelfth Street Ext. N. W. Glee Club 4 Girls' Leaders' Club 1-2 Tennis 3 Booster Club 3 BETTY MARIE BEST 1206 Third Street S. W. Timken Service Society 3-4 Girls' Leaders' Club 2 Booster Club 2 DOROTHY IUNE BIGELOW 2100 F orty-third Street N. W. Dramatic Club 3 Home Room Chairman 3 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman Glee Club 1-2 Fifth Wheel Club 1-2 Booster Club l-2 4 Bottom Row, Lett to Right GENEVIEVE BRESSI 1520 Fourth Street N. E. Booster Club 2-3 RAYMOND W. CROWL 2218 Mahoning Road N. E. Class Officer 4 Home Room Chairman 2 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 3 Band 3 Glee Club 2-3-4 Varsity Basketball 3 Reserve Basketball 2-3 Chorus 3-4 Intramural Basketball 3 Intramural Volleyball 3 Art Club 2 VIOLET MARIE DAVIS 1612 Edwards Avenue N. E. Glee Club 4 Chorus 1 ANGELINE MARGARET FORCHIONE 1230 Third Street S. E. Dramatic Club 3 Glee Club 2 -D 6 Seventy-one Top Row, Left to Right ANNA GANOPOULOS 909 Wells Avenue S. W. Glee Club 4 Booster Club 3 Chorus 2-3 French Club 3 Get Acquainted Club 3 EMILY GARCIA 2214 Seventh Street N. Glee Club 1 Booster Club 2-3 Chorus 4 FRANCES GUERRA E. Bottom Row, Lett to Right CARMEN M. IOHN 1908 Penn Place N. E. IANE ANN KANEL 1210 Barton Place N. E. Glee Club 2-4 Booster Club 2 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairma IRENE KAPLAN Xl 1521 Garfield Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 1-2-3 Booster Club 3 628 Webster Avenue N. E. Glee Club 1-4 Booster Club 2-3 Councilman 3 DICK KETTLER 2414 Eighth Street N. W. MARY EDNA HILLER Home Room Chairman I-2-4 1250 Greenfield Avenue S. W. Booster Club 1'2'3 Glee Club 4 Chorus 1 Home Arts Club 2 TEHESA MAGISANO 2234 Seventh Street N. E. LEE ROY IRWIN Glee Club 4 815 Bellflower Avenue S. W. Bgggfef Club 2 ,. , ar- .- Seventy-two it , - t..-a., .. Lb-5 - S- Top Row, Left to Right LELAND MCPARREN R. D. 31, Reedurban Boys' Leaders' Club 1-2 Debate Club 1 Latin Club 1 Councilman 2 ROSE KATHRYN MEOLA 1919 Harvey Place S. E. ' Dramatic Club 3 Glee Club 4 DICK PHILLIPS 608116 Rex Avenue N. E. Glee Club 4 Reserve Football 1 DOROTHY MARIE SAUNDERS 320 Smith Avenue N. W. Glee Club 4 Booster Club 2 IANET LOUISE SCHNEIDER 4803 Brookside Drive N. W. Glee Club 1 Fifth Wheel Club l-2 Booster Club 1-2 Bottom Row. Leit to Right VIRGINIA STEAR 2639 Kirby Avenue N. E. Girls' Leaders' Club 2-3 Booster Club 2-3 Volleyball 3 Basketball 3 ELIZABETH STROUPE 1631 Olive Place N. E. Booster Club 1-2-3 Chorus 1 Volleyball 3 Basketball 3 DOROTHY MAE THUR 1406 Garfield Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 3 Glee Club 1-2-3-4 FLORENCE TOMA 2117 Harrison Avenue S. DICK WALLENFELSZ 374 Meyers Lake Graphic Arts Club 1 Chorus 2-3 W. Seventy-three l Sfzeel' Maia! Top Row, Lett to Right LEO LOUIS BECKERUCCI 518 Thirteenth Street S. E. Home Room Chairman 4 Glee Club 2 Golf Team 3 Bottom Row, Left to Right IACK LESTER BUCHANAN 2344 Sixteenth Street S. W. Intramural Basketball 1-2-3 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 CHESTER RAY BURFIELD GEORGE COMSIA RUSSELL DOLAN 1339 Mmkey Avenue Soufh 2200 Eighth Street N. E. 402 Raynolds Place S. W. Stqgecmfg Club 4 Glee Club 3-4 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3 Intramural Basketball 3 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 Se venty-tour Top Row, Lelt to Right GUSTAVE EKONOMOU 1209-11 Belden Avenue N. E. Timken Service Society 3-4 Publications Stall 3 Dramatic Club 2-3-4 Orchestra 3-4 Glee Club 3-4 Radio Club 2 DON LEE LAPPIN 1118 Wertz Avenue S. W. Band 2-3-4 Orchestra 3 DON EDGAR LESSIG 622 Wertz Avenue S. W. Stagecrait Club 1-2 Boys' Leaders' Club 1-2 Varsity Football 4 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 Intramural Football 1-2-3 RICHARD VAIL LOBB 1223 Wertz Avenue N. W. ROLLAND EDGAR MORRIS 517 Brown Avenue N. W. Dramatic Club 3 Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman 3 Bottom Row, Left to Right EUGENE IOHN MUNTEAN 1927 Harrison Avenue S. W. ROBERT LEE PEREZ 1819 Garfield Avenue S. W. Stagecraft Club 1-2 Art Club 2 Science Club 1 RALPH VICTOR WACKERLY Wise Road, R. D. -W2 DONALD LEROY WILSON 422 Dryden Court N. W. Class Officer 1 Boys' Leaders' Club 1-2-3 STEVE THOMAS YOVANOVICH 1421 Bellflower Avenue S. W. Class Officer 1 Science Club 1 Seventy-live V we., Llx.. - - S I+ A eee j Jil f 1 i f , i 2 ff - " ,. ' 3 e N92 + 4 fiiq I 'Q i- f i i jig s ,Q Q in , LM X '- Hx. Rufif J fx Q , X4 3 Walt-.1 1.- Se enty s' PEGGY LOUISE ANDERSON 227 Wells Avenue S. W. Timken Service Society 3-4 Top Row. Left to Right ELEANOR MARIE CONCATO 1001 Warner Road S. E. MADELINE CORBIT 2228 Winfield Way N. E. Glee Club 1-2-4 Booster Club Z ROBERDA DILLARD 1613 Second Street N. E. Glee Club 3 IDA ELIZABETH GONSER 409 Fenton Avenue N. E. MINNIE ARVILLA GEPHART 226 Sixth Street S. E. Bottom Row, Left to Right ETHEL NAGY 2311 Winfield Way N. E. Timken Service Society 3-4 Glee Club 1-4 MARY THERESA SABATE 1149 McKinley Avenue S. W. Home Room Chairman 4 Booster Club 2-3 Art League 3 LORRAINE SEAMAN 334 McKinley Avenue S. W. BARBARA PAYE THOMPSON 1314 Harmony Court N. E. Timken Service Society 3-4 Glee Club 4 Dramatic Club 1 Booster Club Z WANDA EILEEN SHOWALTER 1318 Fourth Street N. E. Glee Club 4 Booster Club 2 Seventy-seven If J 'V gf! R,1'.x'x.f'.x".!"-"'v f-f'fMf I , K ,, .N Top Row, Left to Right HARRY ROBERT BABB 1632 Glendale Place N. E Boys' Leaders' Club 1 ANGEL CABO BALCARCEL 1917 Seventh Street N. E. Boys' Leaders' Club 2 Intramural Basketball 3-4 Bottom Row, Lelt to Right HENRY STEVEN BELLMAN 2206 Winfield Way N. E. FRANK S. BENNETT 202 Young Avenue S. E. Intramural Basketball 1 ,f X. V f 7, T f""" ' 7' , ,152-g.QQl x 'R . N ,f x r?Ti3'if l 'tiifflvlv 1 J w K lv- it -' 'Q -'N E 2 if 1 t ff'2,-saga" 1 .N 2, 'x ,f LX. 115' tl 117, X,4L,ff , " R . s x. "-1 ,""s' R' N Qi ft . in fm , , W V A w . lrlfwlllf .ff J Nfl, x K 2 ff . , .x,,,f!fW, . ,1 1 -,M VY.:-r-A--A aw. t sf V .4-: 'Nl rl --461 Iliff. T, ' il E f 2 X' M""""" ' 'J " -- i. 1 x X K tl, mil 1 1 Sal' - XX ,,,, 'kTg1IxlfIlllIa!ifilly! 1 ' Lx.--'i 1 H' Egg!-" Kkxff y l Seventy-eight Top Row, Lett to Right STEVE BODO 2013 Fifteenth Street N. E. Art Club 1 Intramural Basketball I KNIGHT RICHARD BRADY 113 Wolf Court N. W. Handicraft 2 RAY BRENDLE 1422 Stark Avenue S. W. Dramatic Club 2-3-4 Radio Club 2-3 GEORGE I AMES CINDRIC 2211 Baldwin Avenue N. E. Intramural Basketball 1 Track 2 WILLIAM ISAAC COLE 1242 Tenth Street N. W. Orchestra 3 Boys' Leaders' Club 2 1 A Bottom Row. Leit to Right KARL BERNARD EGGLESTON 429 Wallace Avenue S. E. Publications Staff 3-4 Stagecraft Club 3-4 Glee Club 3 RICHARD A. ERBLAND 1635 Esther Avenue N. E. Timken Service Society 3-4 Home Room Chairman 4 Glee Club 1-2 RALPH WILLIAM EVANOFF 1820 Eleventh Street N. E. Art Club 1 RODRIGO CORBY FERNANDEZ 1928 Penn Place N. E. Boys' Leaders' Club 2 Intramural Basketball 3-4 ROBERT IOHN HARRIS 618 Cook Avenue S. W. Class Officer 4 Varsity Football 3-4 Mathematics Club 1 1 L Seventy-nine Top Row, Lett to Right DAVE AUSTIN HOLLABAUGH 1528 Hammond Avenue S. W. Art Club 1 Intramural Basketball 1 Intramural Softball 1 Intramural Volleyball 1 DALE HERBERT KECK 1743 Root Avenue N. E. LEROY MARKS KENDIG 2912 Tenth Street Alternate Hm. Rm. Chairman Booster Club 2 Intramural Basketball 3 RAYMOND KING 1131 Tuscarawas Street West Intramural Basketball 2-3-4 WALTER MATTOX 802 Garfield Avenue S. W. Class Officer 2 Home Room Chairman 1 Art Club 1-2 Intramural Basketball 3 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 Intramural Soft Ball I-2 Bottom Row, Left to Right MIKE IONATHAN MITSEFF 1627 Bryan Avenue S. W. Class Officer 1-2 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 FLOYD WILLIAM MOHR 1733 Virginia Avenue Cheerleader I Baseball 1-2 Intramural Basketball 34 EDDIE MAX PARKER 2210 Navarre Road S. W. Class Officer 1-2 Stagecratt Club 1 Debate Club 2 Intramural Basketball 1-2 Intramural Baseball 1-2 Intramural Volleyball 1 RICHARD IOHN PARKS 2914 Seventh Street N. W. Dramatic Club 1 Glee Club 3 Travel Club 1 MIKE PATTEN 2415 Roosevelt Avenue N. E. Eighty Top Row, Lett to Right NICK ROKNICH 1526 Wooster Avenue N. E. Glee Club 3 Varsity Football 3-4 Reserve Basketball 1-2 Reserve Football Z Track 2 Intramural Basketball 2-3-4 CHARLES RAY SECKLER 1209 Hoover Plac eN. W. Home Room Chairman 1 Reserve Football 2 Intramural Cageball 1 Intramural Volleyball 1 WILLIS EARL SIEGFRIED 2320 Mahoning Road N. E. Intramural Basketball 3 ALTON DON SNYDER 2907 Kirby Avenue N. E. Band 3-4 Orchestra 3 Glee Club 3-4 DONALD WILLIAM SPARKS 1426 Third Street S. E. Intramural Basketball 3 Bottom Row, Lett to Right IOSEPH CHARLES SPEHAR 1813 Wallace Avenue N. E. HAROLD IOSEPH STALDER 1611 Ninth Street S. W. Band 3-4 Orchestra 3-4 Intramural Volleyball 2 Intramural Basketball l-2-3-4 Intramural Sottball 3 HAROLD STRATTON 1115 Wise Court N. W. Class Officer 1 Reserve Football 1 Intramural Basketball 1-3 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 AUGUST PAUL TUCCI 1829 Hammond Avenue S. W. Class Ofticer 1 Art Club 2 Intramural Basketball 1-3 Intramural Volleyball 1-2 Intramural Softball 1-2 JOHN WILLIAM ZIRHUT 309 Herbruck Court N. E. Tirnken Service Society 3 Publications Staff 1 Home Room Chairman 1 Graphic Arts Club 1-2 Glee Club 1-3 Reserve Basketball l-2 i Eighty-one Eighty-two Senior Review In the year 1937, three hundred eighty-one Freshmen were launched out on the high seas which were to represent their high school careers. The plans of some of these inexperineced pilots were still quite vague and undecided, so as time went on their courses were frequently altered. By the time they were halfway across, their courses were quite permanently mapped out and as juniors at the new Timken Voca- tional High School they were hopefully steered toward port-their goal-that of grad- uating with talent for a definite type of work. During the last year of the voyage many interesting events were recorded in the log by Captain Bob Harris, acting as President of the class. His first mates, Betty Sandera, secretary, Marilyn Stantz, treasurer, and Ray Crowl, vice president, have helped him guide the ship through a successful year. Members of the crew were endowed with a trait of sportsmanship which has distinguished the class. They cheered their athletic teams in thrilling games and rejoiced with them in brilliant victories. When defeat came, they shared it. A certain feeling of pride in Timken High School will certainly remain with them and they will follow the feats of the school all through the years. Class Night brought to light the fact that to the class of 1941 also belongs an abundance of leadership ability. The students who received rewards were duly de- serving of them. At Baccalaureate the ship's crew solemnly accepted valuable advice and guid- ance. Commencement brought joy mingled with sadness. So here's to our Seniors, as they take leave of the ship and each ventures out for himself. SENIOR COMMITTEES PROGRAM COMMITTEE: Betty Sandera, Chairman: Iune De Roche. Dorothy Thor, Ioyce Baker. Bernard Iosif, Emil Moldovan. Vincent Pizzaierrato. lane Becker. Rzrnssx-IMENT COMMITTEE: Evelyn Brown. Chairman: Iune Rohn, Elma Gliatta. Betty Smith, Annetta Overcasher. Kathleen Schario, Le Dean Phillips, Mildred Bibbe. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE: Anne Sablo. Chairman: Arlene Mohler. Iane Wiseman. DECORATION COMMITTEE: Marilyn Stantz, Chairman: Ioyce Baker. Margie Tousant, Ieanne Witter.. Mary Gabrik, Mike Mokodean, Max Brinkley. Earl Zagan, Marian Smith. FINANCE COMMITTEE: Jack Montgomery, Chairman. 'H WILLIAM WINGERT SUI: KESTEL CATHERINE CLINE FRED HAROLD Treasurer Vice President Secretary President There is nothing conceited about Fred Harold, Iunior President for the year 1941. In fact you could call him very modest. One of the most popular fellows at Timken, he is temperate, and easy-going, and pro- vides many laughs for his classmates and friends. Although he plans to follow the bookkeeping vocation after graduation, Fred is a sport enthusiast and has engaged in many backfield scrimmages and basketball matches. A general summary of his assets gives us permission to say that he was our leader, and will be a leader in everything he does. It seems as though sports is the theme for the students of Timken High School. At least sporty is the best description that we can find for Sue Kestle, Fred Harold's aid in managing the junior presidency. Not only in dressing does the word "sporty" pertain to Sue, but she is a great lover of outdoor games. Roller skating, ice skating, swimming, horseback riding, and tennis are but a few included in her list of hobbies. These things, combined with her superior personality, make Sue just what she is-a girl swell to look at and one with whom to associate and admire. A girl who can be very feminine and still not be afraid of mussing her hair or smudg- ing her lipstick is Catherine Cline, the tiny secretary of the Iunior Class. Catherine is the captain of the tumbling team, and intramural manager of the G. A. A. She belongs to Dramatic Club and had a lead in "What A Life!" "Katie" may be a very small girl, but her talent and amiability recalls to our minds the wise saying "surprises come in small packages." The last but by far not the least of the quartet of officers is Bill Wingert, financial wiz- ard for the class parties. However, there are other matters that require his attention, and one of these is tennis. To show you exactly what a very mean tennis racket Bill swings, go to him yourself and let him exhibit the medal he won for his skill in the game. All this has not turned his head, and on this reason is probably based the welcome with which he is received wherever he goes. Eighty-tour FIRST Row: Left to Right-Nina Warren, Iosephine Torre, Mabel Sands, Elsie Winovech, Ruth Kahler, Ruth Rice, Aurelia Barson, Iune Dawson, Ardell Hammen, Elenora Myers, Iennie Guarino. Ruth Patrick, Iean Lehew, Mary Neading, Carmel Ricciardi, Leily Dillard. SECOND ROW: Alice Comertord, Aurelia Biris, Mary Emma Chapman. Wanda Anderson, Angeline Kreareas, Dorothy Kagey, Rose Burch, Gloria Monsanty, Violet Gumber, Dorothy Ferris, Catherine Betinis, Sylvia Bressi. Grace McHenry, Irene Balough, Marie Racar, lean Evans, Rose Trace. THIRD Row: Sue Kestel, Palmina Gradier, Anna Kotsch, Evelyn Fiscus, Caroline Hunter, Virginia Banta, Norma Marti, Arlene Walton, Irma Chiarucci, Fern Hutchman, Lois Burkhart, Nettie Wallick, Vivian Gatts, Dorothy Dickerhool. FOURTH Row: Goldie Dohy, Mary Louise Seaman, Ruth Geiger, Winifred Stokoe, Lorna Blackledge, Irene Shanabruck, Isabel Cowley, Virginia Zeller, Yolanda Pellegrene, Agnes Sablo, Ina Makrides, Doris Mulheim, Mildred Kramer. FIFTH Row: Esther Tzortzakis, Sophie Tarzan, Helen Argea, Angeline Nachies, Elaine Iacobs, Bernard Petit, Ray Denczalc, Edward Dudzik, Arthur Cima, Taso Anastas, Robert Reinart, Clifford Haga, Robert Colaner, Harold Girt. SIXTH Row: Ray Kellogg, William Piker, Clarence Fry, Iames King, Ioe Vitale. Edward Gressel, Mervin Karcher, Don Everhart, Pat Lupsor, Eugene Scott, Fred Harold, Steve Ivanoff. Charles Cheton, David Vincent. SEVENTH Row: Edward Ignat, Calvin Smith, Richard Clugston, Tom Cushing, Ioe Karvatsky, Sam Digiantonio. Norman Wetzel, Burt Melcher. Eighty-five l Eighty-six FIRST Row: Left to High!-William Hammerly, Walter Regiec, Edward Nader, William Farr Iohn Hoover, Elmer Argyle, Robert Shatter, Armond Tamilio, lim Oser. Henry Bacon William Hill, Ray Davis, Alex Budnie, Iohn Pszekaza, Kemell Harp, Carmen Desiato. Sr-:coND Row: Ioe Bondi, Iohn Bikis, Earl Bowe, Emery Phillips, Nick Demion, Mario Pantella Bill Wingert, Adelpho Alessandrini. Bob Brainerd, Arthur Burkhardt, Ice Lerario, Iohn Bacher Charles Shuster, Webster Miller, Ted Radosevic, Oscar Antol. Henry Decato. THIRD Row: Millen Marshalelc, Mike Untch, Ioe Miller, Bob Hume. Iohn Goertzen, Bill Alexander, George Becker, Roger Deeds, Harold Rehfus, Ioseph Niamtu, Richard Wells, Walter Gocek Ted Zawaski, Guy Shuler. FOURTH Row: Paul Hetrich, Henry Rossetti, Robert Mangus. Dick MacNealy, Eugene Roshong, Paul Wunderle, Daniel Casar, Ioe Marcoaldi, Virgil Hiple, lim Sirpilla, Iohn Cavalier. Raymond Ney, Robert Boughton, Walter Neuner. FIFTH Row: Arthur McCreary, Frank Fernandez, George Wucinich, Carl Sibert, Edward Kendra, Hillis Twinem, George Evans, Edward Conrad, Glen Brown, Leonard Dazey. Edward Sabaka, Carl Werner, Norman Schemansky. SIXTH Row: Charles Piero, Herbert Wilson, George Martin, George Wiant, Thomas Shumick, Tom Stasinis, Edward Bergman, Carter Welch, Donald Curtis. Richard Nist, William Townsend, Dan Waldick, Iohn Callas, Iack Burleson. SEVENTH Row: Wm. Niedlinger, Walt Valasek, Bill Downerd. Frederick Kendall. I FIRST Row: Left to Right-Frieda Lewis, Grace Presutti, Blanche Kutt, Katherine Cline, Sophia Frank, Dorothy Murphy, Evelyn Zacharias, Una Martin, Virginia McFarland, Louise Sparvoli, Elaine Seaman. Gloria Farber, Dolores Dlugolecki, Iennie Forchione, Miriam Kling. Mary Ponte. SECOND ROW: Mary La Rocco, lean Whitacre, Pauline Rupert, Catherine Manno, Catherine Mongiardo, Wanda Dyer, Mary Iurkovic. Olga Garcia, Marilyn Klass, Ruth Kirkland. Helen Sandru, Dorothy Hinderer, Leonora Vinton. Helen Banish. Elaine Taylor, Dorothy Orange, Mildred Phillips. T1-HRD Row: Bernice Moore, Mary Morar, Mary Sanders, Elizabeth Stevenson, Birdie Watkins, Esther Basner, Betty Zacharias, Eileen lohnson, Beverly Iames, Mildred Hentsch, Mildred Fay, Helen Guscoif, Virginia Ruegsegger. Grace Kendall. FOURTH Row: Agnes Cloud. Donna Kincel. Betty Hossler. Florence Tsormure. Constance Toxna. Betty Mackey. Esther Swyter, Margaret Meister, Ianet Prince, Flavia Francescon. Mary Baird, Elsie Salmen, Olympia Opris, Olympia Rata, Aurelia Costea. FIFTH Row: Sara Bullukian, Helen Bibich, Ieanette Young, Patricia Addleman, Geneva Smith, Betty Tidenberg, Dorothy Ienkins, Olga Lepore, Lillian Iohnson, Dorothy West. Elaine Hoffman. Eleanor Chessler, Myra Davis, Ellen Iarrett. SIXTH Row: Betty Hoffman, Ann Panella, Doris Lauver, Katherine Mottas, Isabella Cowley, Glenda Marholer. Eva Russ. Anna Sama. Philomena Cosentina. Helen Novak. Margaret Seiwerth, Pauline Dolhun, Geraldine Lutz, Ann Gergel, Mary Gerzina. SEVENTH Row: George Teuiel, Ted Mija, Rae Lashley, Phyllis Edwards, Betty Close. Rose Pujazon. Mary Ellen Franta, Myra Manist, Regina Siiit, Don Hayes, Louis Choiiin. Eighty-seven Eighty-eight FIRST Row: Left to Right--Albert Corey, Dick Iler, Iohn Campean, Bruno Lioi, Richard Kelp, Mike Saracino. Charles Cheviron, Steve Chrisanthus, Iohn Shaheen, Raymond Wilhelm, Albert George, Frank Cabo, Wendell Humes, William Greaves, Tony Rossi. Louis Novak. SECOND Row: Arlo Whisler, Don Lyons. lack Horner, Robert Patterson, Iulius Suarez, Paul Heropoulos, Albert Mattachione, Iames Masters, Elmer Phillips, Nicholas Shaheen, Bob Sirpilla, Roy Chonoski, Olimpia Moga, Dale Schweitzer, Ross Swager, Robert Rossetti, Paul Rinqler. THIRD Row: Leon Gruber, Eugene Himes, Ioe Myers, Sam Nolii, Glenwood Miller, Iames Milnes, Art Iames, Kenneth Boron, Iohn Leech. Earl Kieffer, Wilbert Holland, Charles Bowersox, Allen Byars, Iohn Mogus. FOURTH Row: Steve Drozda, Iohn Koury, Iohn Martino. Nick Shaheen, Robert Diehl, William Wallace, Leo Weyrich, Emil Oprean, Robert McKinney, Maurice Morgan, Harry Bowers, Wade Deemer. Eldon Stalder, George Shaheen, Don Polen. FIFTH Row: Ray Capestrain, Dave Capobianco, Edwin Booth, Robert Horning, Bill Williams, Otto Burnhardt, Don Betz, Dick Haufman, Nick Vulcan, Roy Hines, Bob Heyard, Raymond Burdett. Paul Seminuk, Paul Girod. SIXTH Row: Robert Barr, Keller Hume, Iames Doyle, Harold Dryden. Kenneth Wilds, Richard Bush, Frank Ross, Eugene Foxman, Paul Rainsberger, Dave Elliott, Arthur Salmon, Richard Rice, Dick Burnish, Iack Smith, Ed Schorsten. SEVENTH Row: William Resh, Leonard Zeitz, Dwight Zink, Dale Winkler, Robert Rabatin, Bob Borger, Bill West, Dave Leibtag. Lyle Shearer, Dick Huddleston, Clifford Boles. Junior Review It is quite natural that every autumn when school is resumed, the thoughts of many students are not always centered specifically upon the problems to be found in a math book or a chemistry lab. After a summer devoted mostly to sleeping, eating, and merely loafing, it requires a good deal of planning to detour the pleasure-bent minds to more serious meditations. It is to be expected, therefore, that this burden should fall upon the person who finally steps from the din of battle to receive the crown that honors him as chief of his class. The election of this officer is usually a lengthy affair, with much deliberation over the candidates. But this year it so happened that Fred Harold was chosen almost unanimously, and with him were chosen the trio of Catherine Cline, Sue Kestel, and Bill Wingert to balance and aid him. The juniors settled down content with their leaders and the distinction which these leaders would bring them. It was not long, moreover, before distinction really began to cast her stately head in our direction. Whenever life seemed to get just a little too monotonous, Miss Dorothy Easton would suggest a party, and with decorations transfonning the gym, and Elaine Seeman's committee to provide the refreshments, these affairs took on such gay aspects that seniors, sophomores, and even freshmen fought to purchase tickets. Now all this time we have been growing up. No more falling down stairs or trip- ping the light fantastic is seen in the halls. We have completely acquired the sophis- tication necessary to upperclassmen. We are prepared to take the threads of activity where the seniors leave them and weave for ourselves a definite vocation to follow after graduation. It is with this future in mind that we now quit the Timken halls for our last vacation before assum- ing the full responsibility of citizenship. IUNIOR COMMITTEES ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE: Phyllis Edwards, Chairman: Betty Close, Rae Lashley, Lorna Blackledge, Dorothy Keagy, Robert Rinehart, Clifford Haga. REPEESI-IMENT COMMITTEE! Elaine Seaman, Chairman: Helen Sandru. Eva Russ. Olympia Rota, Louise Sparvoli, Una Martin. DECORATION COMMITTEE: Norma Marty, Chairman: Sue Kestel, Leily Dillard, Aurelia Biris, Iohn Goertzgen. Iames Milnes. David Elliott. Edward Burgmann, Melvin Karcher. Betty Mackey, Charles Bowersox. FINANCE AND TICKET COMMITTEE: Bill Wingert, Chairman: Iunior home room representatives. PROGRAM COMMITTEE: Charles Bowersox. Chairman: Fred Harold. PIIBLICITY AND GAMES COMMITTEE: David Capobianco. Eighty-nine Ninety E Ruth Brick .... ....... P resident lack Stokoe - .......... Vice President Betty Tolbert ............... Secretary Iames Snellenberger ........ Treasurer 5 "Personality Plus" is the rating of these four all-around, swell fellows and girls. BETTY TOLBERT, who wishes she had raven black hair Cperoxide's cheap, Bettyll, enjoys her work in the library very much. She wants to become an efficient secretary and a certain young man would enjoy employing her. Betty likes Bob Hope-cherry pie-Kenny Baker-"You Walked By"-turquoise blue-and lilies of the valley. Then there is RUTH BRICK, a lovely blond, who likes her hair the way it is land who wou1dn't?J. She would like to own a beauty shop and a convertible. Ruth considers G. W. T. W. the best movie she has ever seen and likes blue fmighty popular colorl-forget me-nots - English - Henry Aldrich - Frenesi -Errol Flynn - and Cwhat, again?J cherry pie. IACK STOKOE is a good-looking young fellow who dotes on hamburgers with dill pickles and was quite surprised when he was elected president. He enjoys Bob Crosby-James Stewart-basket ball-lack Benny-blue-and dislikes flirts. His favorite song is "Big Noise from Winnetka," but it seems that he is the only person who has ever heard it. And last but not least, we come to JAMES SNELLENBERGER. Iames would like to own a horse ranch in South America. He also likes Fibber McGee-Gary Cooper-football-spinach-gardenias-and there it is againl blue. Quiet and dignified in speech and manner, I ames is a "natura1" for a class officer. Fxnsr Row: Lef t to Right-Ruth Cox, Carmina Campanaro, Shirley Coleman. Opal Corder, Margaret Lemmo. Aurelia Bikis, Lillian Billman. Pearl Farkas, Rose Ciulla, Ramona Foster, Iosephine DeCosmo, Ruth Cochran, Betty Edie, Alvera Ccrtanzarite, Sophie Hadiian, Amelie Levy. SECOND Row: Dora Alfieri, Ida Iohn, Ruth Boord. Rose Streamo. Bonnie Finnegan, Isabelle Conception, Dorothy Beach, Iean Baillie. Sadie Albert, Iune Barham. Sylvia Almason. Elaine Darling. Marjorie Bressler, Geraldine Bratten, Mildred Frantz. Marlyn Calac, Helen Bianchi. THIRD How: Betty Klamer, Ruth Brick, Georgina Andrews, Mary Kotanides, Maxine Lehew, Luemma Sue Campbell. Catherine Babik, Rose Marie Corey, Geraldine Lawrence, Frances Iimenez, Stephena Bartosuk, Ruth Austin, Lillian Blohm, Betty Alreacl, Evelyn Eudy, Helen Burnosky. FOURTH Row: Emily Barnett, Helen Frentzel, Ianet Bellinski, Irene Franta, Betty Gregory, Gloria Farber, Mary Crornbie, Irene Cisowski, Maxine Pink, Iune Eckroad, Helen Lektorich, Ilene Darling. Betty Calahan. Gloria Davis, Hilda lnboden. FIFTH Row: Louis Hixson, lim McLinden, Chester Cladesky. Nick Navrozides, Dale Cameron, Iames Manos, William Kreuz, Steve Pappas, Bill Wise. Aurel Negulici, Ioe Balcarcel. Traian Moga, Robert Conrad, Norman Klabuhn, Fred Householder. SIXTH Row: Tommy Love. Roy Bowersox. Norman Pohler, Albert Siegfried, Paul Donges. Dale Iohnson, Arthur Boyajian, Harold Roach, Gerald Boles, Calvin George Evans, Bob Gustin, Mario Guerra. Ninety-one Ninety-two -fe-wr-M. Y- - ---- :Z.,.L..+' "EEE FIRST Row: Left to Right-Elsie Sholl. Olga Skubiak, Anne Srnuckler, Rose Tomey. Donna lean Newman, Nellie Trbovich. Betty Stewart, Betty Wendling, Beverly Goe. Wanita Shafer, Margaret Soldatis, Virginia Sarno, Theresa Oterino, Elvira Tolin. Margaret Watkins, Iune Cushing. SECOND Row: Betty Thompson, Christina Stasinis, Gwendolyn Auld, Alice Mardyla, lane Clemens, Carmel Lanza, lane Wright, Margaret Hart, Betty Lou Bartley. Ruth Scott, Betty Sollazzo, Virginia Schauer, Jeanette Trace. Eilene Peters, Mary Akalarian. Lillian Ferguson, Ann Hocovitz. THIRD Row: Fred Knopf, Joseph Kopp. Lawrence Hare. Walter Catlin, Iim Brainerd, Edwin Vander, George Mann. Gust Eletteretes. Clare Grosenbaugh, Charles Schwing, Peter Foradas. Tom Wells, Charles Binkley, Iohn Correlli. FOURTH Row: Betty Tolbert, Margaret Iacobs, Ieanne Stuchul, lean Rebillot, Betty LeNarz. Betty Bland, Ieanne Gill, Dorothy Rohe, Dorothy Petrotf, Mary Schrumm, Ruth Miller, Delores Van Horn, Maxine Walther, Betty Smith, Pauline Schmitt. FIFTH Row: Cecil Bardine, Dean Long, George Dorosky, Donald Krumlauf, Victor Greene, Sally Paulson, Irene Blazevic, lla Erickon, lean Bremkamp, Anna Heindenrich, Normalee Kraus, Frank DiPietro, Paul Corusy, Traian Preda. SIXTH Row: Ioe Spotleson, Lawrence Furbee, Robert Bray, Ray Downard, Vernon Kohn, Albert Salaika. Paul Kutcher, Samuel Hatjes, Dick Wright, lack Stokoe, Charles Akalarian, lack Herron, Rudy Monsanty, Nick Vardakis, Robert Shatzer. SEVENTH Row: Edmund Stephan, Duane Zutavern. Gene Keller, Angelo Giarrana, Iames Elliott. , FIRST Row: Left to Right-Wanda Iohns. Ann Sima, Alice Menendez, Mary Ram ' Betty Marks, Carolyn Nassetf, Mary Alice O'Brie ' Lungociu, Gladyce lone pi, Helen Kulich. n, Sophie Kari 'd s, Leona We r' pi es, Virginia H y ich, Emma Will' ' Ssconn Row: ' and, Amelia rams, Violet Wymer, Lucille Le Pore. Nadine Hose, Anna Marulli. Colleen Jack Iecm Moegling, Angeline ' S man, Carmaletta Glover, Hele Pallis, Gloria Moreno, Ev ' ' zymanski, Donna Sells, Ver Lill' ' n Klingler. a Phillips, Iecm Paretta, Antoinette a Welch. Adeline Tersigni, Betty Merryman. Donna Stevenson. ian Neiswanger. Tr-um: Row: Madeline Marconi, Bett Frank y Plant, Valerie Niamtu. Ioe Delio, Don Ama Stuban, Bob Stevenson, William Scheuile Rosemary Salasek, M ' n, Leroy Diesinger. , Ralph Worster, Frank Rotta anon Roush. FOURTH Row' r, Iean . Ianet Stitz, Virginia Manist, Ianet McClellan. Margaret Leitner. Betty Kralt Grimm, Anna Gadus. Olga Marshalek. Miriam Fry Marth Hawk, Minerva Markovich Ma Moock, . Kathleen . a Hayward, Th , ry Spehar. Ire Fir elma Shaheen. ne Hoffman. 'rn Row: Dan Davis, Ronal Wilson. Russell Kendig. Bob Dingies, Lillie lane Noel, lane Hor Dorothy Hodge. Eleanor Lee, Irene Ignatowski, Eileen K Kalagidis, Russell Dressler. Carl Sm' Helen wath. ackley. Robert 1th. Six-rn Ro ' Wellbaum, w. Malverne Landon, Kenneth Schwab, Gust Lemonopoulos, George Ki Iohn Chovan, William Neil, Don Kerry, Guy Edwin Ierald Barnett, Wm Boer Iohn ng, Dick Byrer. Holsworth. R ' . ngen. Don Beck S obert Czndric, F er, Ioe Adamcik svzrrrr-r Row: rank Bolek. Charles Mack. N inety-three l Ninety-four , .r Y , ...Mr--k-'q Fmsr Row: Left to Right-Marcelino Sirgo, Nick Macris, Kenneth Grimm, Donald Monnot, Walter Cooper, Eddie Bitzel, Ray Barnes, Iimmy Eliadis, Paul Sikora, Godfrey Thompson, Liviu Radu, Bob Rodek, Richard Baxter, Byron Amacher, Ioseph Tondra, Ray Smith. SECOND Row: Gale Henderson, Robert Lutz, Richard Reynalds, Luther Roper, Carl Schmader, Glenn Longsworth, Kenneth Van Sickle, lack Reifsnyder, Dale Dreher, Earl Hickman, Harold Hershberger, Roger Phillips, Wilbur Postlewaite, Richard Rippel, Nestor Robinson, Ioe Katz, Ernest Cassel, Richard Eschliman, Iohn Luke. THIRD Row: Stanley Wojtowicz. Donald King. Sam Panteli, Valentine Zauner, Iohn Grubish, Robert Marciniak, Glenn Lindenbaum, Walter Salla. Harold Pellegrine, Louis Garcia, Paul Wendling, Iohn Kessler, William Ungashick, Iames Lester, Clarence Gearhart. FOURTH Row: Stanley Macioch. Theodore Kaminski, Frank Eslich, Rudolph Eslich, Ed Forchione, Angelo Chick, Alex Michael, Ralph Postlewaite, Leonard Brown, Iohn Lofgren, Edmund Brand, Richard Brown, Lawrence Restaino, Andrew Kopan, Roy Walter. Frr'rr-r Row: Herbert Swisher, George Batley, Lawrence Scott, Iames Snellenberger, Bruce Aebi, Harry Schwartz, lim Hudnell. Don Colucci, Walter Strong, Dale Campbell. Paul Maurer, Iames Leech, Harlan Cole, Richard Dieringer. SIXTH Row: David Duell, Wah Chan, Clarence Schrott. lack Abel, Richard Reagan, Ioe Correlli, Ioe Butorac, Lenin Evangelista, Ioe Czakel, Robert Hammen, Tony Alexander, Eugene McKel1ey, Elmer Montgomery, Victor Conrad, Bob Zengler. SEVENTH Row: Iames McDonald, Bill Kerr. Roy Miller, Bob Forney, Iim Herzig. William Call, Robert Seckler, Iames Harris, Wilmer Heath, Bill Gantz, Frank Bihary, Ray Ring, lim Rukavena, Kenneth Ungashick. Sophomore Review After spending a harrowing year being looked down upon as "mere freshmen," it was with great pride and a feeling of old age that we ascended to the rank of sophomore in Timken High. Of the four years one spends in high school, the sophomore year is usually the most enjoyable, and so it was with us. Our parties were just the "last word," we contributed a number oi our more limber pals to the tumbling teams, and the Glammer Goons was an excellent basketball team composed of girls, who appropriately or not, tthey claim the latterl called themselves by this name. Everyone seemed to enjoy himself this year and did not study too hard-perhaps to make up for being so studious as a freshman, or to "rest up" and collect some calo- ries tor the harder work of a junior. We contributed to the band such notables as Peter Foradas, Marjorie Bressler and Nick Vardakis: the "drawma" was helped on its illustrious way by Shirley Coleman and Gust Elefteretes: and many new muscles were built up in athletics by Vernon Kohn, Bob Forney and Eugene McKelly. There was the usual falling down stairs, embarrassedly coming out of the wrong gym room, getting stuck in the elevator, being hauled out of the auditorium for being much, much too noisy during the movie, and all other idiosyncrasies typical of the sophomore. So add fun, not too much study, and a group of very likeable boys and girls together: and even the F- student of the math class could get the correct answer. SOPHOMORE COMMITTEES DECORATION CoMMr'r'rss: Geraldine Bratten, Chairman: Marjorie Bressler, lean Ballie, Iune Barham, Carmel Lanza, Helen Lektorich, Maxine Lehew, Luemma Campbell, Catherine Babik, Alvera Cattanzarite, Dorothy Hodge, Paul Decker, Roy Bowersox, Charles Binkley. Duane Zutavern, Iames Leech, Dale Campbell, lack Cady, Leonard Brown, Lenin Evangelista, Robert Shatzer. REPHESHMENT COMMITTEE! lane Wright. Chairman: Alice Mardyla, Theresa Otrino, Stephena Barotsuk, Peggy Lemmo, Elvira Tolin. Betty Sollazzo. Elaine Darling, Waneta Shafer, Irene Blazevic, Margaret Soldatis. Kathlene Grimm. Irene Cisowski, Elsie Sholl, Opal Crider, Sally Paulson. FINANCIAL COMMITTEE: James Snellenberger!Chairman1,' Harlan Cole, Iohn Lofgren, George Mann, Iames McLinden, Edwin Vander. Maxine Walther. Sadie Albert. Daniel Davis. Helen Klinger, Hilda Inboden. Iohn Grubish, Lawrence Scott, Angeline Pallis. N inety-five I Ninety-six Ray Patterson ..,H ,,,.,.,, P resident Shirley Scott .......... Vice President Patty McLaughlin ...,.,,.,, ,Secretary l CICk Alden -....., - - - . Treasurer 4 Back in September, when Timken High was still a vague mirage to the incoming Freshmen, this same class decided they had a little sweeping to do. To start out, they swept one of the best pebbles on the beach, Ray Patterson, right into the office of President. This act proved no waste of broom bristles, as Ray, known to his pals as "lohn Apple," has handled the "situation" very capably. He doesn't make public his political views, but by the number of his friends, it can be clearly seen he doesn't believe in "isolation." Another distinguished pebble, in name only, Shirley Scott, slid in right along side of him as his running mate. Shirley is a firm believer in Article 1 of the Timken High Constitution, which states that every student must have school spirit. "The harder we cheer, the more points those Trojans will ring up," she says. Probably the least energy of all was needed to sweep in Patty McLaughlin, as secretary. She also is a pebble in name only. and a little shinier than most of them, because she sparkles in everything she undertakes. An important part of every firm is to have the books balanced, and we could always depend on Patty to juggle them in our favor. To round out the foursome, someone was needed to handle the Freshmen "fortune" Morgenthau wasn't handy, but lack Alden was so wholeheartedly for his class that his mates had a tough time convincing him not to print counterfeit money and credit it to the "Freshies" in the treasury. FIRST Row: Leit to Right-Amelia Gialluca, Barbara Daily, Sarah Gradier, Nancy Farmer, Alma Gasbare, Marian Lehmann, Hilda Ludwig, Ellen Ebie, Dorothy Fentzel, Patricia Atkins. Eleanor Gakat, Donna Iones, Edna Cramer, Elaine Gussett, Mary Ann Kovachik, Rose Coulas. SECOND Row: Anthony Cimadevilla, Albert Alexander, Carl Boccutti, Ann Marie Kutrovac, Aldine Harvey, Patty Gordon. Donna Crawford, Mary Lou Hershberger, Mary Horwath. Marian Fawver, Sylvia Koutras. Andrew Betro, Noel Di Pietro, Leroy Depew, Robert Trask. THIRD ROW: William Gates, Daryl Giey, David Foster, Arthur Golembeski, Pete Dialynas, Fred Tilsley, Iohn Geniatakis, Kenneth Blair, Carl Brechbill. Charles Fletcher, Richard Alder. Michael Chovan, Iohn Coffee, loe Meola- Founrr-I Row: Donald Burke, Karl Bernhardt, Charles Gertz, Louis Geosits, Frank Shumick, Wendell Cole, Kenneth Brooks, Albert Parretta, Lee Geiselman, Donald Furriey, Frank Gonda, Hayden Daniels, William Dick. FIFTH Row: Charles Bowman, Bernard Cromi, Robert Brownsward, Ray Patterson, George Dawson, Ray Duell, Gene DiRenzo, Robert Cox, Richard Fleck, Iames Clark, Ioseph Alvarez, Theodore Andreadis, George Boselo, Carl Cranston. SIXTH Row: Donald Antenuce. Arthur Cirelli, lack Boroway, Kenneth Arrant, Robert Edwards. Robert Deal, Russell Boyer. Paul Coates. Ninety-seven Ninety-eight Y, , , , , ,..,. c, rg - tg, FIRST Row: Leif to Right-Edith Phillips, Iulianna Stubavi, Alice Xenos, Ruth Herman, Lorita Postlewaite, Carolyn Rickenbrode, Constance Moreno, Betty Walker, Gloria Iellel, Andriana Mazaraken, Rita McCallen, La Wanda Koch, Betty Tolson, Sarah Funk, Donna Hutchison, Gladys Williams. SECOND Row: Mary Simone. Doris Griiiin, Frances Iohnson, Anna Velton, Dolores Gosiewski, Dolores Schario, Meriam Deemer. Stella Kariotis, Paul Muntean, Iennings Myers. lack Numbers. Helen Heck. Gloria Walton, Ruth Trushel, Donna Whitman, Athena Nachies. Dorothy Pauley. THIRD ROW: Charles Wilson, William Corclier, Danny Forchione, William Nader, Frank Scridon, Wayne Nelson, Edward Lloyd, Gerald Ulman. Melven Rossetti. Walter Martin, Iames Young, George Maxine, Nick Sama, Bob Lockmyer, F rank Bowman, George Watkins. FOURTH Row: George Moushey, William Murray. James Matthews. William Christiansen, Edmund Lewis. Iarnes McHenry, Paul Steese, Iarnes Marella, Glenn Stertzbach, Marvin Chrisp, Iohn Speros. Dominick Biasella. Iohn Yarveski. George Stitz. FIFTH Row: Danny Valentino, Kenneth Hepler, Robert Stewart, Robert Ward. Frank Marchione. Marko Lewis, David Wolf. Harold Thellman, Robert Volk, Ward Wuske, William Wilson, Ronald Stewart, Wayne Tewart, Earl Blazer, Angelo Sanchez. SIXTH Row: lohn Stewart, Paul Lombardi, Robert Hahn, Charles Miller, George Vutetakis. yfftf FIRST Row: Left to Right-Donna Hutchinson Eli Helen Mija. Cleme , zabeth Turnid ntine Spivey. B Gild ertha Wessler. a Vaccaro, Frances Elliot. B ' Norm es, Lois Timberlake. Virgie V Ioan Platz W an Pelt. , anda Punche etty Lee Nalb a Mackley. SECOND Row: Hilda Meerstein, Hortense Lungociu Fr Scott, Alice Stark Shi 1 on, Donna Puncheon. ach, Betty Ringer, Rose Petroli, lean Singer, , ances Richardson, Mary Richards, Ann Louise , r ey Scott, Rose Wagner. Peggy Vought, Patty McLaughlin, Leona Buch, Viviand Ferrarc, lean McDonald, Mary Syler. Florence De Vito. 2 THIRD Row: Evelyn Fink . Clarabelle S . Klimcz k mith, Ruth Succi, Rose Martino, Evelyn Chaney, Florence y , Audrey Kopf, lean Hill, Rose Intoccio, Matilda Bobbish, Doris Kramer, Iune Duntee, Audrey Alvarez, Barbara Hastings, Bettie Louise Cowie. BU FOURTH Row: Mary Close Vu . Norma Mos GwendolynE ' sor, Elizabeth McGuire. Cleo McHenry, Avis Miller, rskine, Norma Miller, Agnes Hertuck, Ellen Phillips. Iulia Orange, Blossom Overly, Natalie Gerace, Lillian Francescan, Betty Boher, Virginia Mikeska. FIFTH Row: Paul Wagner Eli , as Albert Eddi A Barbara Geo , e Schwing, Ivor Evans, Grace Luke, Cleo Livingston, rge, Katherine Kondilakis, Eleanor Pleasant, Annabelle Goodman, Henry Barnby, Arthur Fach, George Cureton, Vincent Vega. Don Ongerth. SIXTH Row: Robert Zasloma. B ' ' " G oh Griffin Geo eorge Benner er Edwards. Edwin , rge Girod, Emery Albers, Bill Long, Clifford Fowler, , George Aguretakas, lack Alden, Frank Morelli, Nic Ciondello, Allen Arner Carl Spinden. Bob Adkins. b SEVENTH Row: Paul Seeman. Walt wif o ri Yeary. 6 Ninety-nine J One Hundred Fms'r Row: Left to Right-Anna Adams, Irene Class, Teresa Codispoti, Edith Eianti, Wanda Self. Elizabeth Kraft, Mary Louise Dudzik, Betty Eggleston, Betty Hahn, Iulia Kadus, Edith Bealick. Dorothy Briggs, Betty Fach. leanne Beck, Rose Guerra, Doris Hehr. SECOND Row: Alice Huart, Virginia Connor, Kathleen Fairless, Iune Banks, Lena Cerrato, Helen Booth. Marilyn Peterson, Doris Mae Sprunger, Mary Texter, Llewellyn Knight. Harold Goodson, Floyd Smock, Glenn Hayes, Ierry Abel, Dale Kinsley. Don McPeek, Charles Koelble. T1-man Row: Richard Hambleton, Iames Hanlon, Frank Lektorich, Vincent Lepar, Edward Knupp, Iohn Lenqyel, Charles Housos. Richard Rebellino, Charles Iury, Richard La Kosh, Ray Postlethwait, Charles Perkins. Ronald Harmon, Duaine Slusser, Dick Ross, Robert Grobosky. FOURTH Row: Rudolf Prestier, Robert Herron, Richard Kuhn, Arthur Sholtis, Bernard Bauman, Elmer Konya, Lloyd Harper, Paul Kestel, Arthur Herman, Albert Parretta, Curtis Noland, Paul Sell, Dick Rex, Pete Radakovich, Craig Shuck. Firm Row: Harry Rhoads, Carl Smith, Ted Pergins, Velville Shitman, Sam Papadopoulos, Bob Rule, Charles Smith, Earl Sleighter, Robert Rossetti, Anthony Shorie. Dick Roud, Ray Pierson, Don Hughes. Freshman Review "All aboard for Sophomoretown! All aboard!" In only a few moments we will all be leaving Freshmenville to begin the second lap of our journey up the steep hill to Graduationton. No one possesses a round-trip ticket, so let's take a quick glance over a glorious first-year journey, and cross our fingers for the events to come. Shortly after we left Eighth-Grade Town, without a donkey or an elephant, Ray Patterson was placed at the helm as president. Shirley Scott became a "Henry Wal- lace." Patty McLaughlin was chosen to sit on the boss's knee, and lack Alden was asked to handle the "cash." This same staff got things together, appointed committees, and made possible the debut of the Freshmen into Timken High "Sassiety" at that never-to-be-forgotten Freshmen Party. Over there, in the Representatives' Coach, Home Room 430 placed a very distin- guished member in Fred Tilsley of Heston, England. Fred's chief interest is airplanes. and that can be readily understood because he has three brothers in the R. A. F. In clubs the first year "bunch" was well represented, and were not to be outdone in athletics, placing "Pete" Sanchez, Ioe Alvarez and Paul Seeman on the reserve foot- ball squad. The second annual Timken Revue saw Florence Klimczyk, lean Hill, Rose Intocchio, and Alice Xenos, all freshmen, perform with the best of them. Kenneth Arrant. Glenn Stertzbach, and Eleanor Pleasant also received their share of glory. The -- "All Aboard!" Well, there's that conductor calling again. Give my regards to those coming in on the next train, and we hope they enjoy the journey in their first ride at Timken, in the coming year, as much as we did. FRESHMAN COMMITTEES FINANCE CoMMI'r'rEE: lack Alden, Chairman: Stella Kariotis, Ray Pierson, Patty McLaughlin. Pusmcrrv CoMMr'r'rEE: Shirley Scott. Chairman: Iacqueline Bitzel. Robert Ruio, Dale Kinsley. PnocnAM AND ENTERTAINMENT CoMMI'r'rEE: Betty Lee Nalbach. Chairman: Mary Syler. Norma Miller, Lena Cerrato, Robert Huron. DECORATION COMMITTEE: Frank Marchione, Chairman: Vincent LePor. Walter Edwards, Donald Burke. Carl Smith, Rose Guerra. RE1-'RESHMENT COMMITTEE Patty Gordon, Chairman: Richard Kuhn. Hayden Daniels, Dolores Gosiewski. George Stitz, Agnes Hurtuck. One Hundred One One Hundred Two 5X TOP Row: Le!! to Right-Our fcxithful stcmdbys: Iunior Officials: Saxophone Adelpho SECOND How: Bushful Lucinda: A Smiling Manager: Where--they mode it! THIRD How: "What A LifeI": Yep, room 206: Two blondes and cr red head. FOURTH Row: Won't learn to cook that wuyl: Our future retailers: Spirited rooters. 0 One Hundred Four W .,. Lgg1i...2:, . A FIRST How: Lett to Right-Barbara Thompson. Ethel Nagy, Iune Rohn, Margaret Revnik, Thelma Brick. Ruth Patrick, Florence Tsormure, Barbara Sawyer, Iane Myer, Mary Davis. SECOND Row: Left to Right-Mr. W. F. McArtor fAdvisorl. Marilyn Stantz, Elma Gliatta, Dorothy West, Myra Davis, Lillian Iohnson, Ellen Jarrett, Mary Klingler, Evelyn Grobosky, Olympia Toma, Mrs. Eva Pickens fAclvisorJ. THIRD Row: Left to RightwCarmaletta Glover, Annetta Overcasher, Arlene Becker, Betty Sandera, Peggy Anderson, Ioyce Baker, Phyllis Edwards, Mary Ellen Franta. Eva Katz, Wm. Hammerly. FOURTH Row: Left to Right-Charles Grosenbaugh, Arthur Burkhart, A. G. Spivey. Henry Mattes Anthony Basa, lack Montgomery. lack Schoonover, Eugene Foxman, Elmer Argyle. 1 FIFTH Row: Left lo Right-Ioe Meyers, Gustave Ekonomou, Dave Elliott, William Neidlinger. Sidney Noll, Earl Zagan, Richard Erbland, Iohn Eschliman, Charles Betz. Dick Wells. S1x'r1-1 Row: Mr, Don Bartlett CAdvisorl. Fmsr Row: Left to Right-Angeline Scozzarella, Elaine Hellman, Angeline Pallis, Teresa Codispoti, Elizabeth Stevenson, Mary Sabate, Norma Marti, Anna Cavicchio, Hose Burch, Helen Klinger. Sr-:coma Row: Left to Right-Edwin Vander, Glenn Hayes, Ioe Meola, Fred Tilsley, Keith Allardice. Charles Koelble, Curt Nolan, Albert George, William Farr, Ivor Evans, Frank Scridon. THIRD Row: Left to Right-Stella Kariotis, Evelyn Hutchman, Sue Kestel, Hilda Inboden, Eleanor Pleasant, Charles McKe1vey. Maxine Walther, Lillian Blohm, Arline Mohler, Iune DeRoche. FOURTH Row: Left to Right-Iohn Rocci, Theodore Mija, Dave Capobianco, Harold Stalder, Kenneth Rippel, Harlan Cole, Dan Davis, George Vutetakis, Lawrence Scott. FIFTH Row: Left to Right-Iohn Lotgren, Anthony Basa, lack Ungashick, Edward Hufnagle, Louis Novak, Richard Erbland, George Wiant, Iack Smith, Dick Dunbar, Don Riley. SIXTH Row: Left to Right-Harold Wallace, Leo Beckerucci. One Hundred Five One Hundred Six 7m Slay Fmsr Row: Left to Fright-Catherine Cline, Don Becker, Ruth Geiger. Iohn Eschliman, Esther Basner, Emil Moldovan, Dorothy West, Gust Tarzan, Iune DeRoche, Lester Heckaman, Catherine Manno. SECOND Row: Lester Seaman, Dick Dunbar, Mike Saracino, Kathleen Manning, Alice Belle Fry, Fred Harold, Betty Foraker, Ethelda Teel, Henry Mattes, Arthur Marqiotta. THIRD Row: Hazel Bolduce, Eugene Scott, Steve Ivanoff, Bob Colaner, Esther Swyter, Charles Cheton, Iohn Martino, Richard Alder, Sue Kestel. Founrrx Row: Evelyn Fiscus, Ieanne Gill, Kathleen Grimm. Carrneletta Glover, Ieannette Young, Mary Morar, Lillian Iohnson, Betty Tidenberg. FIFTH How: Geneva Smith, Flavia Francescon. l EMIL MOLDOVAN IOHN ESCHLIMAN Editor - - ------ Emil Moldovan Make-up Editor - ----- Gust Tarzan Assistant Make-up - - Michael Saracino, Iohn Martino Literary Editor Organizations - - Features - - Sports - - Iunior Editor - Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor Typing Editor Faculty Advisors ART STAFF Cover Design - Cartoonists - Artists - - Faculty Advisor BUSINESS STAFF Manager - - ---- - - Advertising Manager Bookkeeper - - Cashier - - - Circulating Manager - - Assistant Circulating Manager - STAFF Kathleen Grimm Steve Ivanoff Lillian Johnson Sue Kestel Charles Cheton Dick Dunbar Evelyn Fiscus Flavia Francescon Carmeletta Glover TYPISTS Betty Foraker Alice Belle Fry Dorothy West Mary Morar, Esther Basner Catherine Manno Catherine Cline, Fred Harold - Esther Swyter - Ieanne Gill Richard Alder Iune DeRoche - - Martha V. Strauch, Pauline E. Bridge - Christ Koufas - Ray Denczak, Don Becker Kathleen Manning, Ieanette Young, Ethelda Teel - B. H. Glenn Iohn Eschliman - Hazel Bolduce - Ruth Geiger - Bob Colaner Lester Heckaman Arthur Margiotta Henry Mattes Eugene Scott Lester Seaman Geneva Smith Betty Tidenburg Mr. William Myers, Faculty Business Manager, was responsible for the organization oi the Business Staff and supervision of The Tivo finances. One Hundred Seven I---L, ,v.,..mf.-L- 1 fee... fr -I f I W , A af-m1::"in1s---"' "I I- One Hundred Eight 71yza Slay FIRST Row: Left to HightfSue Kestel, Harold Wallace. Clare Grosenbaugh, Don Becker, Esther Swyter, George Teufel, Eugene Scott, Hazel Bolcluce, Ruth Geiger, Robert Colaner, Fred Harold, Olga Lepore. SECOND Row: Lei! to Right-Beverly Goe, Betty Cook, Wilda Burch, Lucille Zwallen, Helen Rutkowslci, Arlene Becker, Elberta Bright, Eva Katz, Elma Gliatta, Thelma Brick, Mildred Frantz. THIRD Row: Left to Right-Betty Bartley. Catherine Cline. Ianet Prince. Flavia Francescon. Esther Basner. Alice Belle Fry, Betty Foralcer. Betty Ticlenberg, Catherine Manno, Catherine Mongiardo, Rose Marie Corey. FOURTH Row: Left Io Right- Ann Smuckler, Mary Morar, Mary Neading, Evelyn Fiscus, Geneva Smith, Anna Kotch, Sarah Bullukian, Margaret Iacobs, Betty Bland. FII-'TI-1 Row: Le!! to Right-Charles Cheton, Sarah Funk, Palmina Gradier. Eleanor Chessler, Virginia Sarno, lane Clemens, Carmel Lanza, Theresa Oterino. Mary Mardyla, Norman Wetzel. Betty Bartley, '43 Esther Basner, '42 Arlene Becker, '41 Betty Bland, '43 Thelma Brick, '41 Elberta Bright, '41 Wilda Burch, '41 THE TYRU EDITOR-IN-CHIEF George Teufel, '42 ASSISTANT EDITOR Esther Swyter, '42 CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Catherine Cline, '42 Betty Cook, '41 Rose Marie Corey, '43 Elma Gliatta, '4l Clare Grosenbaugh, '43 Fred Harold, '42 Archie Harter, '41 Elaine Iacobs, '42 Typist-Eva Katz, '41 Catherine Manno, '42 Mary Morar, '42 Helen Rutkowski, '41 Anne Smuckler, '43 Harold Wallace, '41 Norman Wetzel, '42 Lucille Zwallen, '41 Cartoonists-Donald Becker, 43: Ray Denczak. '42 Hazel Bolduce, '42 Sara Ballukian, '42 Eleanor Chessler, '42 Charles Cheton, '42 lane Clemens, '43 Robert Colaner, '42 Evelyn Fiscus, '42 Flavia Francescon, '42 Mildred Frantz, '43 BUSINESS MANAGER Eugene Scott, '42 BUSINESS STAFF Sara Funk, '44 Beverly Goe, '43 Palrnina Gradier, '42 Margaret Iacobs, '43 Sue Kestel, '42 Anna Kotch, '42 Carmel Lanza, '43 Olga Lepore, '43 Typists-Betty Foraker, 41: Alice Fry, '41 FACULTY ADVISORS Alice Mardyla, '43 Catherine Mongiardo, Mary Neading, '42 Theresa Oterino, '43 Ianet Prince, '42 Virginia Sarno, '43 Mary Seaman, '42 Geneva Smith, '42 Betty Tidenberg, '42 Art - ------ Burvil H. Glenn Business ----- Lloyd Grable Literary - - Martha V. Strauch, Pauline Bridge Printing ----------- Chester A. Lyle Printed by the students ot the Timken Vocational High School Print Shop Mr. William Myers is taking the place of Mr. Lloyd Grable for the remainder of the year. '4 One Hundred N me l One Hundred Ten FIRST Row: Left to Right-Iane Wright, Anne Gergel, Irene Blazevic, Philomena Cosenlina, Dorothy Hodge. Mary Morar. SECOND ROW: Betty Tolbert. Una Martin. Frances Iiminez. Carmina Campanaro. Miss Ada Zimmerman U-Xdvisorl. THIRD Row: Olympia Opris. Elsie Salmon, Mary Syler, Geraldine Bratten, Marjorie Bressler. lean Baillie. FOURTH Row: Emil Moldovan, Margaret Soldatis, Beverly Goe. Elvira Tolin. Vera lean Welch, Wendell Cole. FIFTH Row: Margaret Hart, Iune Cushing. Betty Mackey, Lillian Iohnson, Ellen Iarrett, Myra Davis. . ,MH itll 0 FIRST ROW: Left to Right-Elsie Sholl, Betty Stewart, Iacqueline Bitzel, Frances Richardson, Lucille Lyons, Sophie Elefteretes, Iune DeHoche, Opal Corder, Anne Smuckler, Virginia Moldovan, Iane Wright, Irene Class, Alice Xenos, Elizabeth Turnides, lean Baillie, Marjorie Bressler. SECOND Row: Miss Erna Hinkel, Mary Horwath, Patty McLaughlin, Rose Wagner, Rose Intoccio, Sophie Karipides, Olga Marshalek, Sylvia Almason, Helen Daniczi, Betty lane Smith, Myra Davis, Ellen Iarrett, Grace Presutti, Katherine Cline, Doris Sprunger, Mary Margaret Texter. Kathaleen Grimm. THIRD Row: Elberta Bright, Mary Louise Seamann, Ruth Geiger, Sara Bullukian, Rose Pujazon, Olga Garcia, Olympia Opris, Anne Rocovitz, Betty Lee Nalbach, Hilda Ludwig, Dorothy Hodge, Virginia Schauer, Lillie lane Noel, lean Miller, Dorothy Keaqy, Rose Trace. FOURTH Row: Irene Shanabruch, Shirley Coleman, Vera lean Welch, Antoinette Szymanski, Angeline Pallis, Betty lane Plant, Betty Merryman, Evelyn Chaney, Betty Cowie, Matilda Bobish, Ruth Brick, Rose Marie Corey, Ruth Boord. Glenn Stertzbach. FIFTH Row: Kenneth Hepler, Hayden Daniels, Richard Eschliman, Lester Seamann, Clifford Haga, Vincent Pizzoferrato, Frank Bihary, Robert Heinart, Sam Lemmo, Malvern Landon, George Cureton. l One Hundred Eleven S Fms'r Row: Left to Right-Harold Wallace, Leonard Zeitz. Iohn Packer, Chester Burfield, Dwight Zink. Paul Wunderle. SECOND Row: Left to Right- -Miss Iulia Wood U-Xdvisori. Donald Krumlaui, George Foradas, Charles Grosenbaugh, Eugene Foxman. Walter Catlin. Mr. Marion Conkle Uidvisorl. THIRD Row: Left to Rightefiichard Rush, Richard Humes. Dick Rice. Ed Stephan, Sam Hatjes, Charles Binkley. FOURTH Row: Le!! to Right-George Palosi, David Elliott, Albert Salciika, Dick Dunbar, Duane Zutavem. FIFTH Row: Left to Right-Kenneth Wilds, Bob West. One Hundred Twelve 6.14.14 FIRST Row: Left to Right-Lillian Iohnson. Rae Lashley. lean Kvasnick, Iecm Bremkcxmp, Mary Alice Iurkovic, Betty Bartley, Dorothy Rohe. SECOND Row: Mildred Mclnally, Katherine Cline, Dorothy Ferris, Ruth Kahler, Marian Peters, lane Myer, Ann Rocovitz, Mary Rampi. THIRD Row: Ruth Farnham, Betty Klamer. Eva Katz, Betty Cock, Phyllis Edwards, Gwen Auld, Irma Chiarucci. FOURTH Row: Arlene Kuntz, Mary Stonceau, lla Erickson, Regina Sifit, Yolanda Pelleqrene, Dorothy Hinderer. One Hundred Thirteen 'Nm FIRST Row: Left to Right-Lyle Shearer, Clifford Boles, Victor Bosca. Earl Zagan, Gust Tarzan Virgil Roman. SECOND Row: Mr. Chester A. Lyle tlkdvisorl. Maurice Morgan, Wade Deemer, Edward Schorsten Robert Patterson, Carl Hegal, Mr. Ralph Buchanan CAdvisorl. Tr-HRD Row: William Wallace, Robert Ferguson. Iohn Martino, Leo Weyrich, Wilbur Snyder George Ferrara. FOURTH Row: Iohn Shaheen, Charles Cheviron, Iczck Horner, Frank Cabo. FIFTH Row: Mike Saracino, Nick Shaheen, Emil Moldovan, Albert Corey. One Hundred Fourteen SECOND Row: Arthur Margiotta, alto saxophone: Kenneth Hepb tif fm .x M t At McCrear , clarinet: Harold Stalder, clarinet: Glen Fmsr Row: Left to Right-Don Kerry, clarine: r y Stertzbach, bassoon: Calvin Wilson, French horn: Luemma Campbell, French horn: Paul Corusy. French horn: Donna Kincel, alto saxophone: Ellen Ebie, piccolo: Marvin Chrisp. flute: Gwendolyn Auld, flute. urn, clarinet: Herbert Reiner, clarinet: Alton Snyder, bass clarinet: Marilyn Peterson, alto saxophone: lean Evans, alto saxophone: Nickolas Shaheen, alto saxophone: Dorothy West, alto saxophone. k St k , clarinet: Iames Huddnel, THIRD Row: Theresa Otterino, clarinet: Cleo Livingston, clarinet: lac o oe clarinet: Mary Richards, clarinet: Bob Boughton, trumpet: Mary Lou Hershberger, trumpet: Marjorie Bressler, trumpet: Richard Rebellino, trumpet: Kenneth Brooks, trumpet: George Watkins, trumpet: Traian Preda, trumpet: Walter Valesek, trumpet: Duane Zutavern, trumpet: Dan Forchione, trumpet: Lena Cerrato, trumpet: Dale Winkler, baritone horn: Stanley Wojtowicz, baritone horn: Vernon Kohn, soprano saxophone: Dan Davis, alto saxophone: Ioe Meola, alto saxophone: Carl Sibert. tenor saxophone: Adelpho Alessandrini, tenor saxophone: Bob Wiseman, tenor saxophone. FOURTH Row: Paul Hetrick, clarinet: William Cordier, clarinet: Ruth Scott, clarinet: Miriam Fry, clarinet: Edward Gressel. trumpet: George Shaheen, trumpet: Albert George, trumpet: Lee Fletcher, trumpet: Curt Nolan, trumpet: Richard Rice, trumpet: Robert Lutz, trumpet: Thomas Wells, trumpet: Harlan Cole, trumpet: Nick Shaheen, trumpet: Nick Vardakis, tuba: Paul Wunderly, tuba: Don Lappin. drums: Harold Girt, drums: Robert Colaner, drums: Geraldine Bratten, drums: Cecil Bardine, drums: Charles Fletcher, trombone: Ted Rodosevic, trombone: Harry Schwartz, trombone: William Gantz. trombone: Mary Syler, trombone: Earl Blazer. trombone: Walter Gocek, trombone: Iames Young, saxophone: Fred Knopf, tenor saxophone: Carl Smith, tenor saxophone: Pete Foradas, baritone saxo- phone: Mr. Cecil Armitage, band leader and instructor. One Hundred Fifteen FIRST How: Lett to Right-Evelyn Zacharias, piano: Sam Papadopoulas, violin: Pete Foradas, violin: Aurelia Costea, violin: Theresa Otterino, violin: Mary Morar, violin: Gus Ekonomou, violin: Nick Vardakis, violin: Ioe Adamcik, violin: Bob De Volt, violin: Rose Streamo, accordion: Mr. Cecil Armitage, director. SECOND Row: Pete Radalcovich, string bass: Art Margiottcr, alto saxophone: Dorothy West, alto saxo- phone: Marco Lewis. cello: Gladys Iones, cello: Virginia Schauer, viola: Ina Makrides, viola: Luemma Campbell, French horn: Calvin Wilson, French horn. THIRD Row: lack Stokoe, tenor saxophone: Bob Wiseman, tenor saxophone: Gwen Auld, flute: Marvin Chrisp, flute: Don Kerry, clarinet: Kenneth Hepburn, clarinet: Glenn Stertzbach, bassoon: Edward Gressel, trumpet: Lee Fletcher, trumpet: Mary Syler, trombone: Earl Blazer, trombone. FOURTH Row: Harold Girt, drums: Robert Colaner. drums. One Hundred Sixteen fe I,-. , 1 J H 1 -. .Vi . A "Z -1' , fN N-- - - f' gf' J' g. ,f -..','f'..- .Q 1,1 . 'M 'gf Fmsr Row: Left to Right-Helen Katranick, Irene Degi, Irene Vutetakis, Eilene Carmichael, Grace Ciociola, Patricia Cochran. Barbara Thompson, Norma Mardi, Margie Toussant, Frances Smith, lean Witter, Arlene Kuntz, Lillian Goff. SECOND Row: Frances Guerra, Phyllis Edwards, Lorna Blackledge, Carolyn Hunter, Mary Morar. Virginia Banta, Wanda Showalter, Madeline Corbit, Olga Lepore, Catherine Marino. Catherine Mongiardo, Evelyn Grobosky. Eilene Harbert, Mildred Mclnally. Tx-Imn Row: Olympia Toma, Martha Boyajian, Forest Keats, Betty Cook. Wilda Burch, Ann Sablo, Helen Bibich, Evelyn Zacharias, Iune Rohn, Elma Gliatta, Mary Gabrik, Mary Doyle, Thelma Brick. FOURTH Row: Bemadine Strbavi, Yolanda Pellegrene, Helen Daniczi, Evelyn Hutchinson. lean Lehew, Alice Comerford, Carmina Bocija, Amy Gartenhush, Helen Rutkowski, Lucille Zwallen. Velma Mohn, Virginia Luke, Annetta Overcasher, Betty Sandera. FIFTH Row: Iane Myer, Ethel Nagey. Goldie Biris. Barbara Sawyer. One Hundred Seventeen S Ghmwl FIRST Row: Left to Right-Ieanne Bremkamp, Helen Frentzel, Betty Bartley, Dorothy Beach, Opal Corder. Sophia Karipides, Olga Skubiak, Lillian Billmon, Hilda Inhoden, Eileen Peters. SECOND Row: Sadie Albert, Ieanne Stuchul, Betty Klamer, lean Newman, Helen Kulick, Olga Marshalek, Virginia Moldovan, Anna Gadus, lane Horwath. lane Clemens, Carmel Lanza. THIRD Row: Mary Kotenides. Elvira Tolin. Rose Marie Corey, Evelyn Eudy. Sophia Hadjian, Sally Paulson. Mary Schrumm, Virginia Sarno, Alice Mardyla. Ruth Scott. FOURTH Row: Dorothy Rohe. Irene Blazevic, Lillie lane Noel, Margaret Leitner, Betty Merryman, Iune Barham, Betty Sollazzo. lean Baillie, Sylvia Almason, Christina Stasinis, Frances Iimenez, FIFTH Row: Waneta Shafer, Margaret Soldatis, Margaret Iacobs, Betty Tolbert, Anna Heidenrich, Ila Erickson, Irene Hoffman, Nadine Hose, Eileen Kackley, Dorothy Hodge. SIXTH Row: Mary Rampi. Antoinette Szymanski, Ruth Cochran, Virginia Schauer, Marian Fry, Magdaline Poparad, Vera lean Welch, Angeline Pallis. One Hundred Eighteen bij!!! iff? t.f' k.4"' .,....- .5 Af' ., ,' -1 ':-.f .- 1 i .- . FIRST Row: Left to Right-Ellen Ebie, Lorita Postlewaite. Doris Cramer, Iulia Orange, Kathleen Ferris, Rose Petrofi, Evelyn Chaney, Iune Dunfee, Betty Louise Cowie, Rose Martino, Peggy Vought, Norma lean Miller, Alice Xenous, Rose Wagner, Frances Richardson, Betty Eggleston. SECOND Row: Patty McLaughlin, Katheryn Kondilakis, Edith Elanti, Donna Wortman, Stella Kariotis, Marian Deemer, Edna Kramer, Donna Iones, Eleanor Kakat, Alma Gasbcxre, Marian Lehman, Avis Miller. Gwendolyn Erskin, Virginia Mikeska, Leona Buch. Vivian Farrar. Iulia Stubavi. THIRD ROW: Marian Fawver, Virgie Van Pelt, Lois Timberlake, Mary Horwath, Virginia Connor, Dolores Schario. Angeline Nachies, Dorothy Pauley, Betty Tolson, Barbara Hastings, Natalie Gerace, Teresa Codispoti, Andriana Mazarakan, Donna Whitmer, Mary Simone, Alice Stark. FOURTH How: Iacqueline Bitzel, Shirley Scott. Ann Louise Scott, Betty Ringer, Elizabeth Kratt, Elizabeth Turnides, Anna Adams, lean Hill, Hilda Meerstein, Norma Mackley, Audrey Kopf. Agnes Hurtak. One Hundred Nineteen l One Hundred Twenty Bay! Qlee Ulu! FIRST Row: Le!! to High!--Theodore Andreadis. Richard Ross, Nick Sama, Iohn Lerxgyel, Edward Schwing. George Girod, Carl Bernhart, Glenn Stertzbach. SECOND Row: Tom Wells. George Cureton, George Comsia, Calvin Wilson, Bill Burd. George Evans, Robert Conrad. Edward Gressel, Dale Dreher. THIRD Row: Vernon Kohn. Clifford Haga, Ray Crowl, Richard Rhodes, Charles Schwing. Robert Rinehart. Fred Luther. Iohn Lofgren. FOURTH Rowg Bob Colaner, Kenneth Arrant, Dale Dressler, Dale Winkler. Iohn Siewart. George Wucinich, Harry Schwartz. IMKEN 42 L ms 20 Km l pow pam L U 3 ." HUSSELL B. Iomas MYRON PRECH WENDELL H. WILLIAMS Football Basketball Faculty Manager 0 Stressing sportsmanship first, the three men at the head of our athletic department have succeeded in placing Timken among the athletic elite of the state. Coach Iones came to Timken from Central High. His football teams have been known for their smashing offense and their rugged defensive play. The first football team to represent Timken brought home the Little City Series Championship. The last season the Troymen won five games while dropping four in their first season of Class A football. Coach Iones' teams operate from a single wingback formation with particular stress on the two deep back- field men. A newcomer at Timken is Head Basketball Coach Myron Prech. Mr. Prech formerly coached at Mt. Vernon High School before coming to Timken. His team did exceptionally well this year despite the fact that Coach had no opportunity to get acquainetd with the set-up of our school and the boys that were to make up his varsity team. The Trojan cagers captured the City Championship and went to the finals in the district tournament. The Vocationalists used a shifting zone defense and a fast breaking offense to roll to 18 victories in 21 starts. The driving force behind athletic life at Timken is Mr. Wendell Williams, our Faculty Manager. Before coming to Timken Mr. Williams held the same position at Central High. His position is one of much work and the student body appreciates his capability. A few of his tasks are buying equip- ment, securing referees for home games and planning road trips. One of Mr. Williams' pastimes is golfing at which he excels. Mr. Williams' greatest ambition is to manage a Timken team to a state championship. One Hundred Twenty two 4 In our first year in Class A football, the Trojans of Coach Jones won five games and lost four. Timken outplayed a talented Niles McKinley team during the entire contest until a blocked kick in our end zone spelled defeat by two points. The Vocationalists drove to two touchdowns against our intra-city rivals, the Lehman Polar Bears, only to be defeated by one point, 14-13. Timken journeyed to Newark to play a team that captured the Central Ohio Cham- pionship on nine straight victories, but Newark's record was smashed when the Trojans bowled them over 13-7. Before the season started the big question in Canton football was, "Will the Tirnken fly: Trojans successfully make the jump between Iunior High and Class A football The Vocationalists' record proves that they can hold their own in the toughest of foot- ball competition. One Hundred Twenty-three VIRGIL ROMAN DON LESSIG OCTAVIO SIRGO End Fullback '- X Fullback BOB SIRPILLA 40? ' 1 fullback 7 " O If , 6 ED FAHKAS Tackle GEORGE PERM-RA 1940 FOOTBALL SEASON Halfback Timken .......,.... U Niles McKinley ...M... 2 Timken .H,. --- 14 Akron East ......... - 22 Timken .... --, 20 Canton Township ---- 0 Timken .... --- 13 Akron Garfield .... -- 6 Timken .... --- 32 Malvern ....... - - 0 JACK MONTGOMERY Timken .... -- O Akron Kenmore --- - S Guard Timken .... --- 13 Lehman ..L....e --- 14 Timken .,.. -H 13 Akron Buchtel -- - 6 Timken .... --- 13 Newark .... - - 7 KEN BORON Tackle WALTER TISEVICH CHARLES SCHLARB NICK ROKNICH End H aliback End DON CURTIS BOB HARRIS TONY CONDE Halfback Guard Quurlerbdck PAUL RiNGLER Quarterback BILL WEST Tackle BOB BORGI-IR Center FIRST Row: Leit to RiqhteBob Rossetti fStudent Mgr.l, Nick Roknich, George Ferrara, Frank Fernandez, Fred Harold, Iack Montgomery, Eugene McKel1y, Paul Ringler, Wilbur Postlewaite, Iohn Bikis CStudent Mgnl. SECOND Row: Art Iames, Don Graham, Walt Tisevich, Bob Mangus, Iim Sirpilla, Tony Conde, Chuck Schlarb, Octavio Sirgo. Ken Boron, Roy Bowersox. THIRD Row: Ed Farkas, Bob Sirpilla, Roy Miller, Chuck Mack, Bob Borger. Virgil Roman, Bill West, Bill Downerd. Don Lessig, Don Curtis, Chuck Bowersox. ig! C FIRST Row: Left to Right -George Ferrara. Octavio Sirgo, Carl Hegal. Iohnny Bikis, Wilbur Snyder. SECOND ROW: Nick Vulcan, Clifford Boles, Maurice Rosenberry. Charles Schlarb, THIRD ROW: Bob Hayes, Dick Huddleston, Virgil Roman. With the prospects not too brilliant for the '40-'41 basketball season the Trojans started the season well with a win and kept gaining prestige as they rolled over team after team. The first major game was with Lehman whom they defeated 30-28. The Vocationalists continued their winning ways and trounced their other intra-city foe, McKinley, to annex the City Basketball Championship. Timken went to the finals in the district tournament at Akron before dropping a close game with Massillon 26-24. The summary of the season shows eighteen wins to three losses. 1940-41 BASKETBALL SEASON Timken , . 37 Loudonville ...,,.. 17 Timken ,.,.,. . . , 54 Minerva , , 35 Timken Uhrichsville ...,.,. Timken ,,,,. . , . 61 Coventry . Timken Akron Kenmore .,.. Timken ,.,. . , . 31 McKinley , . , Timken Akron Hower ...,. Timken, , , , . . 38 Canton Twp. , . Timken .,.. , , . Newton Falls . . Timken, , , . , , 21 Loudonville , Timken Louisville .......,. Timken.. . ,. . . 40 Akron Hower . Timken Uhrichsville ii., Timken ,,,.,,..,.. 28 Sharon ...., . Timken Sebring ..,..,, TOURNAMENT Timken Woodrow Wilson Timken ,,.,. , . . 37 Akron Central . Timken W. Reserve .... Timken. ., , . 27 Akron Kenmore Timken Lehman . . . Timken, ., . . . 24 Massillon . . . , , One Hundred Twenty-six ivy fx' S 7' ,. A 'FV 3 S,,,, ,eww , t ' U i e 2, M . Q 4 . xx V 5 N 5 f I' ' 1 .V ,' MEX rl "- 5, 64 5 4 I 'N .1 ' - I 5 1 F V 'v V Lx 779513953-,f.4 .X gms .1 NT' Mews , ,, 3, ..L,. Qhk ,iw XL., M . sv , , ..--ff " ' .. I N 1 .A 1: K 4 MV L If my MKS L' l 'W ' V Q " ' ' , i' lnk A '- ,,.' :Q ., ,W K 7 ii .ig ? I, fgnglgljym :,- R R Xu :A jp l"f gi-i5.if X - A ' . fi .r - 7 ..f ..,, YI 'K in ak. 5 . H... Mk H 1? H A, A 5. ,H '-A J 9 5' One Hundred Twenty-eight Iames Brainerd fStudent-Managerl FIRST Row: Left to High!-Ioseph Alvarez, Paul Seeman, Angelo Sanchez, Marvin Chrisp. SECOND Row: Fred Householder, Eugene McKe11ey. Gerald Boles. THIRD Row: Robert Forney, Robert Whitehouse. Although experiencing a rather mediocre season the Reserves showed talent in all de- partments and should develop into good future material for the varsity. Some of the boys on this squad are tall and are good shots, and others are deceptive ball handlers. With a few weeks of schooling under Coach Prech these boys should be ready to carry Timken to the heights in basketball. 1 Left to Right-Mr. Glen Tolson, Leo Beckerucci, Maurice Rosenberry. Richard Nist. Iustino Procario, Vincent Pizzoferrato. Iohnny Bikis. Golf 7mm Not only on the gridiron and basketball court does Timken claim fame, but as linksmen they have performed capably. Last season they rolled up five victories to three defeats, losing the last match to McKinley by one-half point. This year Mr. Tolson's squad will play a schedule of thirteen matches and will take part in the district tournament. Iustino Procario again will be the number one man of the link squad, followed by Leo Beckerruci in the second spot. Vince Pizzoferato will add his powerful swing to the squad as the third returning veteran. The remaining fellows on the squad will be picked from such stalwart golfers as Bob Hayes, Maurice Rosenberry, Iohnny Bikis, and Dick Nist. The schedule for the year is: April 15 Orrville Cherel May 13 Alliance Cherel April 29 Akron North ftherel May 15 District Tournament May 2 Alliance ftherel May 16 District Tournament May 3 Sebring ftherel May 17 Sebring lherel May 6 Wooster there? May 22 Akron North Kherel May 7 Orrville Ktherel May Z7 St. Iohns Cherel May 9 St. Iohns Cherel Iune 6 Wooster Ctherel One Hundred Twenty-nine One Hundred Thirty Fmsr Row: Left to Right--Ruth Kahler, Anne Rocovitz, Ruth Brick, Betty Hossler, Betty Nalbach. Carmaletta Glover, Dorothy Rohe, lean Bremkamp, Eleanor Gakat, Phyllis Edwards, Rae Lashley, Pauline Rupert, Eva Katz, Dorothy Ferris, Katherine Cline, Florence Klimczyk. SECOND Row: Lillian Iohnson, Virginia Rueqseqger, Ruth Farnham, Donna Kincel, Iennie Forchione, Iune DeRoche. TI-mln Row: Edith Phillips, Alma Gasbare, Iosephine DeCosmo, Frances Richardson, Betty Bartley. Fmsr Row: Lelt to Right-Grace Presutti, lune Dawson. Betty Hossler, Virginia Ruegsegger. Pauline Rupert, Catherine Cline. SECOND Row: Left to Right-Ruth Farnham, Phyllis Edwards. Regina Sifit. Rae Lashley, Dorothy Hinderer. Above you see those smiling champions who juggled that enormous cage- ball over the net to victory. Downing by a decided score all who opposed them, they came out proclaimed champions. The last battle with the Sea Rovers was a thrilling one for the sides were evenly matched. An excited crowd of screaming girls looked on as the ball was returned again and again. each time with renewed energy. The Sea Rovers were losing their light hold and gradually the Sea Hawks pulled in the lead. The word "time" ended this clattering and jumping. Shouts of rejoicing and triumph filled the gym as the winning team fell upon happy team mates to show their joy and delight. Why all this enthusiasm-because the winning team of this Intramural Tournament was to get their picture in the TIVO. Girls from all the gym classes participated in this tournament. They were divided and put on teams by the Intramural Manager, Catherine Cline. Their games were scheduled and played. about thirty games in all. The finals were played by two Iunior-Senior teams, the Sea Hawks and the Sea Rovers. Members of the G. A. A. took charge of the games to see they were played according to rules. Incidentally the team names were taken from funny page characters. One Hundred Thirty-one P l M GOLD TEAM- Regina Sillt tCc1ptainJ, Betty Tidenberg, Iecm Bremlccrmp, Betty Cook, Arlene Kuntz, Dorothy Dickerhool, Dorothy Rohe, Ruth Franham, Dorothy Murphy, Catherine Cline. FIRST ROW: fCheerleadersl Irmcr Chiarucci, Shirley Scott, Ruth Cochran, Iosephine De Cosmo, Eva Katz tManagerJ. BLUE TEAM'-Mildred Mclncrlly tMcmogerJ, lane Myer, Ann Pcrnella, Patty Gordon. Dorothy Kagey, Sue Kestel, Mary Shrumm, Phyllis Edwards, Rae Lashley, Betty Close, Icrnet Bellinski. lla Erickson, lean Kvcxsnick CCaptcxinJ. FIRST Row: tCheerlec1dersJ Carmina Ccrmpincrro. Wilder Burch, Mary Ellen Frantu, Gwen Auld. Q A A- BOYS Harold Goodson, Clifford Haga, Vernon Kohn, Dean Long. GIRLS Irma Chiarucci, Mary Ellen Franta, Wilda Burch, Shirley Scott. When the tryout was held for cheerleaders there were only to be four chosen. Due to the closeness of competition eight were selected. Under the careful guidance of Miss Grace Burdge they have developed into a grand outfit. Resplendent in their blue and gold uniforms and assisted by our popular mascot, "Timothy Trojan," they have succeeded in drawing from Timken's loyal rooters many lusty cheers and yells. C' One Hundred Thirty-three gg' .. ' Q, V f f xg, L Q, . 'L f 47W:ff3' v Q l Q , 2 1 'J Us x 4 is J 2 . Tig.- L J fz m , fr 1 , 1 S K K Y v '.Q. - i 'ig 4 s i-lu-in? s L Ai' 1 11. . fy.. - V . 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F "1':2:2:4, lrmwi tu fl ' -.'::,i ":"' , ll-Two decades ago they signed a pact of peace. Our peace i came, however. when school was dismissed for the day. N A 17fBetty Bartley stepped out and curiously enough came back -f+'tw""""'I1++i '- sv- t.. ...Xtc.,..... with an interview with the "First Lady." 13-Hearts thumped when the football team made its first appearance. 15-Election of officers gave added dignity to a few class members. 27-Proudly presenting-the Tyro. 30-Seven culprits were prosecuted and convicted on charges of attending wrong assembly. OCTOBER 4--Our football squad "downed" twenty dozen rolls in the school cafeteria. 7-Since they are going out into the world, the Seniors paid a visit to City Hall. 16-Why is it that the noon movies are not included in our budgets? Everywhere one goes he hears. "Got a penny to spare?" 25---Flukey-the result of Don Becker's artistic pen. Z7-Everyone was whispering this morning-Last night was the Timken-Lehman game. 31-Woo-woo-oo! Those ghosts and goblins were too realistic to make us feel comfortable. NOVEMBER l--Oh, Ioy! Students took life easy when teachers made their annual trip to Cleveland. 3-It's unusual when one boy gets a black eye in electric shop. but when a second is revealed. we doubt if it is a coinci- dence. One Hundred Thirty-six 25-Four days since Thanksgiving, but we still don't feel normal. Guess we must have had too much to be thankful tor. 29-Timken displays dramatic ability and musical talent over WHBC. DECEMBER 4-Not blue Monday. but blue Wednesday. Report cards came out. I ROBBED 6-First basketball game. Of course we won. 10-We're beginning to doubt if water freezes. 18-Tea Room Bake Sale-the hospital reported no patients. so you know the cookies were more than good. 19-"Alias Santa Claus" starts us talking like the "boys" from Brooklyn. 21-At last! The long anticipated vacation. IANUARY l--One year was enough for Father Time, so he made way for a diaper clad neil-comer. 7-Resolutions ior new semester are being broken by the dozens. 10-Ice at last! 15-Fancy twirling. high stepping. and acrobatics marked the debut of our Majorettes. 21-Must every teacher choose the some examination day? 31-For once Fanny Fate was with us when Timken fans cheered us to victory. P. S.-Lehman lost. FEBRUARY 7-The boys answered the call to colors at the Senior Patriotic Ball and decreased the stag line. 8-At the Iunior Party were bleeding hearts As Cupid hit home with his pointed darts. ll-A dream becomes a reality as the under-rated Trojans flounced the unconquerable Bulldogs. 1' Q"4v4, Q , I ' 'vb---'ff s 14-You can't have a nice complexion and eat candy too. This rule holds true even on Valentine's Day. 27-I-loolt Still-Don't moofe, remember? You had to look pretty for the birdie that morning. MARCH l-The appearance of Temperamental March took on an uncer- tain aspect as students dashed for extra clothing and then rushed to remove them. 8-After seeing 412 in a condition that was almost neat. Miss Strauch nearly had a relapse. 14-Noses. Noses. what happened to all the noses? They were behind the Tyro. 20-2l-Spotlight. Music. Action! Event? Timken Revue. 27wIt took our underclassmen quite a while to decide on their future vocation, but we didn't mind, freshies, that meant no first perod classes. APRIL l-The last day of school! i April fool! 3-The school building wasn't being razed, that was only the combined clubs' party getting hot. 14-Mr. Easter Bunny must have been mighty generous. con- sidering the weight that was gained the week of spring vacation. Z5-26-These freshmen and sophomores surely can't be over' shadowed by the upper classmen from the looks of their two parties. MAY l-Timken's golfers got together for a confidential discussion of the coming bang-up season. ,Q Z ex ,Z XXX X Z W 'quarts rms 'M Im f COURSE ROUGH my x: t fx K X5 .W X 9 -'WN' " lin.--YQ.-.M-' WE, 9-Our orchestra and band certainly made us proud to recog- nize them as Timken's own. ' 23-Even though the juniors cou1dn't attend, at least they will have something to look forward to next year-the Senior Prom. 27-For once the faculty could relax and put aside their dignity for a good time at the Teachers' Picnic. IUNE 1-A few tears were shed at the Baccalaureate exercises, 11-The seniors had one last fling at the picnic and did they make something of it! 12-We hope that the 5 and 10 cent stores don't run out of frames for all the diplomas presented at commencement. 13-Oh. long awaited hour. at last thou hast come. Come on. old Sol. We're ready for you! ,' 1" 1 4 F . wil N E f fl N' " ' -..v f --.t ,, F'-:Zire A' ' X 5123 xix i 'L' K X :gt Q 1 1 'ms' 5 N I 'V Q f .ga '17 55:-w-,Q One Hundred Thirty-seven Ray Crowl is Master of Ceremonies at top left: at top center are lean Baillie, Patrick Lupsor, Angeline Pallis, Clifford Haga, Gustave Eckonomou, Lorna Blackledge, Richard Eschliman, Dorothy Hodge, and Frank Bailey in the "Square Dance": Helen Hawk and Clifford Haga represent the "Gay 90's." Reading from left to right at the bottom, Alice Xenos, Rose lntaccio, Florence Klimzyk, and lean Hill in the "Cake Walk": "Three Little Maids," Dorothy Petroff, Dorothy Hohe, and Iean Bremkamp. "Surely it will go better tonight than it did at rehearsal!" "Of course, it will. You know, I don't feel nearly so scared as I thought I would. But tell me, are you sure I look all right'?" What was all the excitement about? Why, the Timken Revue, of course! And it went over with as big a bang as everybody had hoped it would, But we will admit that it never could have been done without the aid of several groups of very impor- tant people. First, there were the members of the Stage Craft Club and the art classes who deserve a great deal of credit for their Work. Patrons were privileged to see the beautiful effects of their work in the number called "The Waltz" which also featured many pretty ladies and handsome gentlemen. A part which brought many laughs from the onlookers were the two Blackout Sketches. One gave everybody an idea of what is going on in America as far as the "draft" is concerned and then, for a few minutes, everyone was taken across the ocean to Berlin where he witnessed a thorough inside story of the European situation. The "oh's" and "ah's" which escaped from the lips of the audience filled each participant in the Style Show with satisfaction as he realized that he had done his part well. Then, as we look back on the finale and see our own Swing Band being intro- duced and concluding the program with a dash of spice, all realize that T. V. H. S. could not possibly get along without its music department. One Hundred Thirty-eight Congratulations, l will ever be ready to serve you. , Sports Jacket Class of 41 l A "must" tor the young man's summer We wish every one Ot the members ot tlwe qradu- . . . ating class Ot '4l a lwappy and successful tuture. l OUHIJY' In Colorful Checks' plalds' and plam We also wish to remind you that tor all that is time ' Camel Shades. l:f'OI'l'1 in jewelry, tor quality at moderate price, Deulole's For over I00 years F 1. 1: 1. Quality has cost no more, often less at l "Gab" Slacks 56.85 +1 Q if y I XXV . Deuble S twtwamfo. l30 Market Ave. S. -4-url SC C C et" "Q, SPECIALIZE at the Q' f '1- Q S ' 5 fx 2 Canton Academy of Beauty Culture, Inc. ' -1 E SN A S BODY CONTOUR INSTRUCTION 0 BRUSH-UP COURSES 'f X T POST GRADUATE WORK y f l4SHYG'ENlE SYSTEMA Nlrzrlfrrlfa' Rules Nvw, Air-Comlifiorwrl Srlmol A Ndfffvllfg llfv'1l0" 15"1blf"'1 312 North Cleveland Avenue Phone 7043 l WHEN QUALITY COUNTS Sealtest Supervised l ,f,,, , l l Ice Cream, Mrlk, and Cream T BLACK and WHITE l FINE FOODS The Sanitary Milk Co. T Sufi- Bw l Independent Groce r One Hundred Thirty-nin l l l Sta rk p WE INVITE You ' to visit our beautiful store. You will Marble 8 Tlle t enjoy refreshments at our Soda Foun- l i tain. Kodaks and Film. Movie Carn- Efecfficaf Appfianc-es l eras and Projectors. Parker Fountain l Pens. GBEETING CARDS Prescriptions correctly, carefully filled l and properly priced. Compllmenls l May we serve you of l l l The Schafer-Messerly Drug Co. l The Rexall Drug Store . . Canton Cnty Llnes, Inc. p North Canton, Ohio HERCULES MOTOR CORPORATION CANTON, OHIO Americas Foremost Engine Manufacturers Builders ot H E A V Y D U T Y Two. Four and Six Cylinder Engines and Power Units Gasoline v Kerosene e Natural Gas ' Diesel Fon Commercial Vehicles Agriculture Implements Contracting 8: Road Building Machinery Oil Fields Purposes General Industrial Equipment Marine Conversions, Etc. o HddFty THE CANTON DROP FORGING AND MFG. CO. cANToN, or-no Q II -.f a 2 Drop Forging for Particular Users Since 1903 PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL PHOTO FINISHING PICTURE FRAMING 'Iii' iii? 'TGLTCIFILRIIFGI WIAYI. 426 Sixih Siree I I f I Pho+ograpI1ic Crafismanship Norih Vlesi N Phone 6I53 I Water, Water, Everywhere. An eye for business. Scenic Beauty! "The pause that refreshes' Where is he? Bicycle built for -7 Where's the bike? Camera shy. Thinking. A prized possession A Trio of Trojans. OnH nd d Fo ty one COMPTOMETER SCHOOL The only school in Stark County licensed by the Com ptometer Company There is a shortage of well trained COMPTOMETEB operators. Enroll now for summer school. Morning and Afternoon Classes Forming. WRITE NOW Pon LITERATURE 1 COMPTOMETER CO. 1 213 Mellett Building G. H. Lane l Phone 2-7801 I Gussett Boiler 8: Welding Works BOILER MAKERS AND ERECTORS The Furbay Sommer Company y 115 Schroyer Avenue S. W. l .k . .,, General Electric Merchandise Distributors RADIO ' APPLIANCES ' HOME LAUNDRY CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL I Electric and Acetylene Welding l Canton, Ohio Commercial and Residential Lighting Fixtures Q I Y., H fi A . A L ,KAW AY, , . ,W I 1 COmp"me"iS The La Salle Studio ' I of I I 'I' :Ig 'I' 1 I Beauty Supp ' Inc' 1407 Cleveland Ave. N. W. Dial 2-2619 1 212 Third Street N. W. Can+on. Ohio Canton BEAUTY AND BARBER SUPPLIES Compliments of ' I QUIPMENT y 1 AND E 1 FAME LA ND y WHOLESALE AND RETAIL U Launderers ' Dry Cleaners y l Dlsirlbuiors for I Koken Chrome, Nestle Equipment, Revlon, etc. C' I' COREY' Manage' ' 809-13 Marion Ave- S. W. Phones 7288 and 7289 CANTON , OHIO 1 One Hundred Folly-two , ,X X , i l Congratulations, Class of '41 l l . . . CUNGRATUUWUNS K Nick Patituccl 86 Co. 1 FHIIIUIIS for Panty Fruits and Vvgvfalrlrs Second Class i l Stands I4-15, Auditorium Market l l l R of i 4 1: l l Couxrnsi ' QUALITY ' Snavlcr R Timken Vocational School t l l l t 'kli' The Iballe Eros. QED. CANTON, OHIO ,unc D D l Isa1y's DAIRY PRODUCTS ICE CREAM ijt "Ends the quest for the best" COMPLIMENTS i OF l THE l 1 National Lite Insurance Company C l - if - F i l For 126 Years a Dependable Canton i i Home Office - MONTPELIER, VERMONT l - l t t ALFRED znfr, District Agent Ins"""'0n l N 314 Mellett Building Canton, Ohio l W , so c D ,, SALUTE an A To Timken Vocational High School's l l There are no finer i Class of 1941 as they march out into the world where the educational training they have started must be l P , t l continued from day to day. l Gln S t 7 o t 0 l l ' The Canton Repository through its intorma- l l J. E. CO. L i tive news columns will help today's 702 Tuscarawas S+. W. G. E. Working Mgr. students become tomonowls leaders' l o o do on that dn his R Axe or it One Hundred Forty-three , Good Luck to the Class of 1941 OHIO BATTERY 8: IGNITION COMPANY 831-835 Market Ave. North Distributors of Car Equipment Parts I 0 x MILT Says: N Terms to all Working People N N Men's. Women's and Cl-nildren's Clothing N ' Radios 0 Rell-igerators N Electrical Appliances N 0 S C A R ' S N ZOO East Tuscarawas Street N N N Compliments of N N N ooke rs N Ice Cream Company N "-always as they I N should be" N N N N Don .lohnston's Flowers 1 sv0 gh R CLE Exizvm' W ' as N. no mms WL oi cu1sG'u's uigwwei Dm Use Mel'o in the bath- room and be pleased. Use if again in the kitchen and be surprised. Then Iel MeI'o help you in lhe laundry and be amazed. Mel'o saves work while ll does more and N better cleaning. Directions on the package. Sold by all grocers in fwo convenient sizes. N MADE BY THE MAKERS OF SANI-FLUSH N N 'run Hvcmmc Pnonucrs co N cnrrron. or-no N N m ggfiu ' Q N T.ffNZ'?fff 'AQ 35 '1 QM' A ""'v'-MN N Nlll Q9 l s it f N as Je f ?e:"f::e::i ' ""wxm...q.vwv"' .v O N hatell Doyn't N scrub toilet bowls. Just use , Sani-Flush twice a week. Direc- N lions on fhe can. Keeps the N bowl sparkling, the hidden trap clean. Sold everywhere. IOc N and 25c sizes. Tel. 7354-7355 N N 127 Founh Street N' W' N 'rr-rr: Hvclnmc Pnonucrs co. N FLOWERS WIHED ANYWHERE, ANYTIME N One Hundred Forty-four R O Y H L QEVA af: i Dealer l Pon'rABLr:s 1 and s'rANnAnns We Rent, Sell and Repair All Makes l Retain and advance your speed by Renting a Typewriter Y on our Summer Rates oi 53.00 per month: S5.00 tor two months: S7.00 for three months. BENSON Typewriter Co. ' 336 Fourth St. N. W' Canton. Ohio t Compliments of i lor: me Cleaner i CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1941 n 4-O4 The t Canton Hardware i Co. i , , Cleaners , lg-uniers , Cold Storage Our' of Ohms Oldest Hrzrdwnrcs l 724 Mahoning Road N. E. 215 South Market Q Dial 7139 335 East Tuscarawas 1 i Y YW Y Y WY T ,W 7,1 7, U , ,, . -, Buy Gifts Compliments f ll That Last O t e l AUDITURIUM MARKET ASSN. "E" JEWELRY co. W ' 135 East Tuscarawas St. Purveyors of F ine Foods i , i LEARN TO FLY . . . in planes regularly inspected by Uncle Sam Ii you have any questions in mind, why not bring them to us? We want you to know just how simple and inexpensive it is to become a pilot, and will gladly give you all the information you need. Don't worry about bothering us-we like it! Canton Aviation Co. Taylorcraft Distributors t Mmm Field 're-1. 3-2696 i F One Hundred Forty-five 1 a a ' j Congratulations, T Q T Class of Tlu' Cllllfllll H mm' of N HART-SCHAFFNER sf MARX CLOTHES AND ' S T E T S O N H A T S ' T ' WALKER5 T WYLER BROS., Inc IO6 Market Ave. N. T SQQQWL an 'bl' lrit-Hoover B215 Ffevegwa asysgaw is s Y S ix JV? XXV THE Hnnvfn GUMPANY Compliments of DELUXE MARKET 220 East Tuscarawas Street Blanc's Flower Shop Warehouse Marlcef Miller's Resiaurani Willowbrook Dairy James Albrighi' . . Candies and Nuts Bob BeaH'y, Groceries Calabufs Pasiry Shop Hughes Provision Company Wenger's Fish RICHMAN BROTHERS PRESENT THE Campus foursome A New College Fashion, Coat and Harmonizing Trousers plus Contrasting Sweaters and Slacks 516.95 fCoat, Sweater and Slacksl Extra Trousers 53.95 427 NORTH MARKET AVENUE CANTON, OHIO Complimenis of B inr . . ri+andV e le silieeaepaaf F U S eg lab S Harvey Loehr Lumber Co. Winfer Garden Fruii' Co. .909 Mahonnis Road N' E' Leonard Agency Co. Phone 7.07 Janson's . . Buffer, Eggs and Cheese CANTON' OHIO THE FORD CENTER Ford, Mercury and Lincoln Zephyr SALES, SERVICE AND PARTS The Best Deal in Canton T. 6. I. MOTORS, INC. Ios. De Marsh, Pres. 12th at Cherry N. E. Dial 6229 We Thanlc ihe Sludenis for Their Supporl' and Wish Them a Successful Future! oft Keagy's Studio I08 Sixih Sheei' N. W. 'Q E s T in 1 PIONEERS OF 1941 The traditions of those sturdy. indomitable pioneers, whose perseverance and steadfastness ol purpose and ideal conquered the American wilderness and laid the foundation oi our great country as it exists today, still persists unweakened in our own generation, and the youth of America will carry them on still further. On our part, for over 38 years, we have spared no effort to make Pioneer Meats in quality. value and service, fully express the same high ideals. We welcome a new generation of Pioneer Customers. The Canton Provision Company One Hundred Forty-seven l 5 Positions Waiting For Canton Actual Graduates Calls tor Secretaries, Stenographers, Boolckeepers, Typists, and Ottice Assistants are coming taster than we can prepare our students-ZOO obtained positions last year. We need more students to meet this increased demand. l-ligh School and College graduates are urged to enroll without delay. New classes are tormed every month. Call at the College, write or phone 3-5908 tor complete intormation. pCANTON AcTuAi. l BUSINESS COLLEGE l 428 Market Avenue North Canton, Ohio Compliments of l ARCADE MARKET MERCHAN TS l + Q ff CANTON'S Home Owned Market Hilscher-Clarke Electric Co. Electrical Contractors if Q ff 137 Sixth Street N. W. Phone 6293 CA N'roN , OHIO p The Mark Hamhleton Agency I I l APPRAISERS - REALTORS Congratu atzom i GENERAL INSURANCE from All Kinds of Protection 5 f O l 417 MELLETT BUILDING l . , nd- l p DUMONTS l 134 Second Street Southeast l Athletic Equipment 2nd Floor l if Q f l STUDIQZR SPOTTS l.,. ,. W .. i AN AN THURIN'S S24 MARKET AVE. N. if INSTITUTION that has acquired a wide reputation-through sixty-three years of dependable service-as the authoritative guide to style, quality and good taste in home furnishings. ORGANIZATION Whose personnel Ends particular pleasure in helping young people to have lovely homes. One Hundred Forty-eight iir94g,,,,H,,1g,S of O r or l t ARE i iso :ll MOST APPHECIATED- l i NATIONALLY ADVERTISED y Smart Apparel for Misses and Women MERCHANDISE i W , i Clt yy y y yy yy yyyyyyyy No Extra Cost 1 for y Geo. P. MGICHSY Motor CO. l Cgnvenient Terms 602 Twelfth St. N. E. Q l Chrysler - Dlstrlhutors - Plymouth i 5 l SALES AND SERVICE fsrnstlsnenloioxwyznz rusc sr e , See and drive the new '41 Chrysler with Fluid Drive 1 YOUI School IEWSIGIS All makes Oi GOOD USED CARS 3 O O t tetettttste t4 i W tt is ttA,, Ye Congratulations The Luntz Iron 8: Steel Co. i l h Sri' AS: y Main Office: Geo. D. Hclrter Bank Building i CANTON, OHIO OI-Iddf' COMMENCEMENT GIFTS Of l i Be Modern Ellllllljllg Value l f Let "ELEC" Lighten .Sl as Q. l -,QQQ Watches 0 Rings 0 Diamonds y l your work l AS" Jewelry ' Class Emblems l Do It with Electricity M .M i l Silversmiths jewelers 17118 QI-HO POWER Co. 207 Cleveland Ave. N. W. ll-lE LEONARD AGENCY CO. requests the pleasure ot serving you in the vocational tield and in commercial Real Estate, Property Man- agement, All Kinds ot Insurance. Mortgage Loans, and Surety Bonds. lst and 7tl'1 Floor ot l-larter Bank Bldg. l COMPLIMENTS OF THE CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE CO. COWGILUS FLOWERS l Drive the newest car in the world . . . l the Oldsmobile without cz Clutch i for The Cadillac Oldsmobile Co. 225 Wcrlnut Ave. N. E. Dial 5145 339 Tuscarawas Street, West One Hundred Fifty The Compliments of 1 Finney's Cut Rate Drug Store 5 I Gibbons - Groble t . . p 415 Market Avenue North l i Canton, Ohio i , 0 t 0 l l- - -- X and Choose Your Piano As The Artists Do l e t 3U'ldefS BALDWIN PIANOS t i 3Il-3l2 Melle'H' Building 85 CO' W CANTON' OHIO l Third and Cleveland N. W. Dial 3-5851 l 5 Compliments of S MN Q i Q Q 949 Cleveland t Ave. N. W. t y M CQQ Phone 5281 y National Printing Week was observed by the Print Shop with a display of cal- endars trom the United States, Canada. and Nova Scotia. A most attractive selection was made this year. The boys who planned the exhibit were Lyle Shearer, Daniel Myers, Kenneth Pfeiffer, Edward Schorsten, Lewis Haren, Bob Ferguson, and lack Fraley. The motive in this exhibit, the eleventh supervised by Mr. Chester A. Lyle, was directed toward promoting a greater in- terest on the part of the student body in printing and art. One Hundred Fifty-one BERT. E. F ROEHDE B931 GENERAL INSURANCE 1 against any risk anywhere Wishes, - If - Tcl. 2-0904 I '41 First National Bank Building I CANTON, OHIO ee e I EVERLASTING GIFTS FOR II-IE GRADUATE I DIAMONDS ' GRADUATION RINGS SUPERIOR DAIRY IIIC WATCHES ' 'WCS I ' Canfon's Leading Charge Accounf Jewelers Canton, Ohio R O G E R S Jewelry Stores I26 Easf Tuscarawas 334 Norfh M Ii I 2, R I WI LKO F 'S , COMPLIMENTS Groceries and Meats W I I709 Arnold Avenue N. W. C A N T O N 1' ' Weoewe' STORAGE, INC. A Complvfr' 1. M wif' N ig Sm-vicff P A I' ,1.:T,r.:,x.,: ,5..L',Tf Fume L1assoNs XVITH INSTRUMENTS I NE-a-S-y T-e-r-m-s,, Cherry Ave. and Four+I1 S+. N. E. GREEN'S MUSIC STORE Phone 529i I24 C,IcvcIand Avenue S, VV. Ilvrc Since l920 Telephone 2-6202 CANTON, OI IIO e Hundred Fifty-I WO 1 , A T t BRUCE - STEINER 1 i i , Complinzcnts of i n Fresh Fruits and Vegetables i i , ' 0 ' 5 Gold Tone Studios, Inc. i DE LUXE MARKET PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS Canton, Ohio 1 SPECIALISTS IN SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY 4 ee ee 1 i' Q 'k NIQW BOOKS , OLD BOOKS , STATIONERY W It has been a pleasure to be associated with such n fine school ' and to do work for the Class of 1941. Canterbury Craine Book House ,K , ,I 201 Sixth Street N. W. Canton' Ohio 606 North Market Avenue We mm xujrplhy any book in print Phone 2-9444 GREETING CARDS ' GAMES ' BIBLES T if i Greetings 5 BUCKEYE OXYGEN co. THE STERN AND IVIANN COMPANY CANTON, OHIO 0 Q 0 CONGRATULATIONS, cLAss or '41 F ...For over half a century .. Stern T YOII1 i and Mann's have been cz recog- i The Uiiice E ui ment Co - - - i q P ' nzzed authority on correct fashions "Complete service in School and Office I fO1' YO'l1fh. Furniture and Supp1ies" T 321 Tuscarawas St. W. Canton, Ohio Tk One Hundred Filtydhree OeHu Compliments of HILLMAN 'S, Inc. "Canton's Most Interesting Store" Diamonds . Watches . Jewelry ass . China Silverware 216 Market Avenue North CANTON, OHIO I I ugardale M E A T S with your approval IT SERVES YOU RIGHT! I "AH owr ilu' Ildfililln 'lilmusamls of our members will cell vou so Iinjny the benefits bv joining tI1c Associa- W nun that does tor Motorists collccuvclv. K I I y d f I I d V' 'till I IC C?ll"lf10I 0 Ol' t1Cn1S vnIu.lIIy! C1111 us for illfnrumlimz OUR 'XIUNIBIR IS 'IYII-1 FIRST ONIIC IN 'll-II BOOK I I-IVIQRYXVHI RI The Canton Automobile Club I Tuscarawas W., at McKinley Compliments y of The United Wholesale Grocery Co Distributors of I sroln-:LY FINEST CANNED 1-'oons L C Smith 8: Corona I Distributors for , f QS.. . 43 Iree - - I 335-5, 2 Typewriters ' ALL MAKES OF PORTABLES I ' Stebbins Typewriter Co. 331 West Tuscarawas St. ndred Filly t An Institution ot the Highest Character 1 ' SAVE WITH til t! ttttt N K! W-Bunwscv-L i 823 First National Bank Building W , 2-7147 - Phone - 6405 ! CANTON, OHIO W Best Wishes to the Class of 1941 The Fiest-Herman Hardware Co. ! Complete Line of Hardware n Radios. Refrigerators, Stoves and Ranges T 919 Twelfth Street N. E. Phone 2-7272 BEST WIS!-IES CLASS OF '4I FS E The Raebel Floral Co. 6OI Tuscarawas Street West Canton, Ohio A lull in cafeteria duties! A big smile-he draws too! "We Three" A sophomore romance. In the groove. Oh, how she paints! Sure, it's Arlene! Dancing in the Greenwood. We dare you!! These are our cooks. A Trojan Sportsman. One Hundred Fifty-five Wi' wish fo l'0l1gl'!lf1ll!1fl' fbi' Svvoiia' Griulzuzfiiig Class of Timkvn Vomfioizril High Srbool, fbi' Class of 1941. May your vforfs guide you lo flu' umuy usvful mul wor- llny vnzisvs in your vomilig iifv. Cbrisfizuzify, Hoursfy mul I'IlIflf7ilIl'SS should be your guido. fSigm'aU I. I.. Arnold aim' Sous The PARISIAN Company "C' I "lf'l' ,LIII fill 1 di JIUII Rvi1ilu:i'olis" .-51 Compliments The Class of '41 Azul Wishes It Good Luvk mul Ewry Possible S1u'c'css When you think of golf think of 1 5 ' I .l 'A' Ohio's most beautiful 36 hole golf course is 1 is u 1 PAY AS YOU PLAY HILLS AND DALES ROAD Grf a "SQUARE DEAIX' at flu' FLOWERS PROPERLY ARRANGED GLICK PCR ANY OCCASION FURNITURE CO. ' CASH EASY ' A ' Dlscqfiwlw NM W B Hrgu IIERMS Canton Flower Shop 1320 Wm Tuscarawas Phone 2-0408 y nos Third s+fee+ s. w. Phone 3-3605 One Hundred Fifty-si , I I 1 ' CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1941 I wnrrz: snwnm Mac:-nruzs I Once again smcr: 1876 3 The Servant of the Well Dressed Woman MOLLOY-MADE quality and I k h h Authorized Sales - Service Wor mans ip scores as t e I 1941 TIVO is cased in a I KU, MOLLOY-MADE cover from CANTON, omo I Compliments I THE DAVID J. MOLLOY PLANT 0 2857 North Western Avenue 1 CHICAGO . . ILLINOIS I I Sherwln-W1ll1ams Co. au-, I O I I LELOOOO COMPLIMENTS OF THE SUPERIOR SHEET STEEL COMPANY I DIVISION OF CONTINENTAL STEEL CORP. Can+on, Ohio "FORWARD IN I94I" LEO OLOOLE , -WE I I - I Iw7m.II.5lra.ssner I Comphmenis Mm Shnlins 112 McKinley Ave. N. XV. of Above Auto Club I Tr-mlm' of I I Voice and Wind Instruments I A Aim Drnllvr i y I All Band Instrun - ts 1 Buy from the man wh mlm rhcm. O , W .-,W I ,L ii , ,,7, it- One Hundred Fifty- "WY l "There is Health in Every Drop" . H ' d V1 ' D sn C d C ongratulatlons, Omogemze Ham O ur 1 - AMIEB l Class of 1941 HIGHER CRE 3 Canton Pure Milk 2540 Mahoning Road N. E. Phone 5274-5275-5276 ' A l u m n i Continue your interest in Timken by reading y the 1941-42 STARK DRY GOODS COMPANY l T Y I 0 See the Business Manager NOW! and place 1 your name on the Mailing List. l i L O A I' E R S ONWARD, TROIANS I An Tan or l Cecil Armitage i Tan and White Onward, Trojans, is our cry. S3 l Fight tor dear old Timken High. ' Carry on right down the field, 'mc to C l O, never, never, yield Our colors true-Yea, Timken. Gold and Blue we cheer tor you, Staunch and loyal through and through, l , For we will hold fast to the last 1 S l For old Timken, our Timken High. 204 Market Ave. N. 1 Football Schedule 1941 Date Time Where Sept. -McKinley ..... .... . Friday Night ..... ..... F awcett Stadium Sept. Niles .......... .,.. , Friday Night ..... ........... A t Niles Oct. -Akron East ...,... ..... S aturday Night .... ....... A t Canton Oct. -Gerard ............. .i.-. F riday Night ........, ..,.... A t Gerard Oct. -Akron Kenmore ..... ...-. S aturday Afternoon ..,. ........... A t Canton Oct. -Lehman .......... .,... T hursday Night ..,,.. ..... F awcett Stadium Oct. -Akron Buchtel ..... ..... F riday ............. ,........ A t Akron Nov. -Lima Central .... ..... . Friday Night ..... ............. A t Lima Nov. -Lincoln ........ ..... F riday Night ..... ..... F awcett Stadium One Hundred Fifty-eight Tx., ,T Your yearbook is a store of treasured memories. The oft repeated thrill of recollection which accompanies each new search through its pages will many times repay you for the care and consideration which has gone into its creation. We are proud to have had some part in the production of this book. It indicates the Wealth of ideas and ability which have made possible the Northern's long record of school annual achievement. l I Y l Frank Marchione employed art instead of words with which to express his idea of what Timken High School should mean to a graduate. Here Frank, a commercial art student, receives instruction from Mr. Glenn. The mural was exhibited in the school library. One Hundred Sixty A-JY , "V ATL-gi' Z-ff' ":' 1 -. -'T' - r-21'-.f . -A .A - 9 f - A- -'ISC - .l' 5 1 . 9 wr. '1 'I ,I '- .153 II IM I' .- . . 4? . .A -. 5, - , . me - ., -. -A . 4 .IV I , In , I I: .I ,A,- I II -yi 1. , .14 4 ':' L.. 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