Bishop Fenwick High School - Turres Yearbook (Middletown, OH)

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The well known "Art Studio," "Language Study" and "Civics Center" are to be found here, Much activity occurs on this main thoroughfare, especially during the hours 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P,M, Freeways to the upper city are at each end of the main thoroughfare. Second Avenue is noted for its House of Commerce, Student Library, Court House and Municipal Buildings, Math and English Divisions, On Third Avenue of Our City is the Auditorium-Chapel, Science Research Laboratories, Culinary House and Athletic Offices. Here, in the shelter of these city walls, we have spent the best years of our life. We will always remember "Fenwick City" and hope you will sometimes think of us, The Graduates of '57, i SENIOR CITIZENS JUNIOR CITIZENS ACTIVITIES DIRECTORY MUSIC ATHLETICS MAYCDR CF GLIR CITY Reverend Lawerence R. Krusling, our Mayor, cameto us in August of 19543, succeeding his brother, the late Reverend Julian O. Krusling, Father's pre- paration for the priesthood and for teaching was extended through seven schools: 1St. Lawrence Elementary School, St, Lawrence School ofLatin, Elder High School, Seminary, Norwood, Ohio, and Teacher's College of the Athenaeum of Ohiog he received his Masters Degree in Education at Xavier University. Ordained in 1951, Father Krusling taught at Purcell High School where he was the Freshman and Sophomore Guidance Counselor. ln one short year Father has endeared himself to Fenwick by his friendly understanding and practical guidance. Falcons and Falconettes are grateful for such a man, as their leader and their Principal. FACLI Rev. Lawrence R. Krusling. . . . . Principal Religion Rev. Vincent G. Robers . . . .... Religion Rev. Robert I. Monnin .... Athletic Director Religion Civics Economic Geography Civics Club Moderator Rev. Lawrence G. Wessel ...... Religion Rev. Joseph E. Keller ........ Religion Dean of Discipline-5 English Coordinator of Activitiesg Algebra Rev. Charles Rehling ........ Glee Club Sister Charles Regina, S. C. . . . . Latin Spanish Dramatics Librarian Romani Hodierni Moderator Los Ocho Moderator Thespian Society National Honor Society Sister Florence Marie, O. S. F. .... Algebra Geometry Trigonometry General Math LTY Sister John LaSalle, O.S.F. . . . . Typing Bookkeeping Stenography Office Training Sister Christopher, S.C. . . . liomemaking Sister Marina, O. S. F. Sister Catherine Pierre, S. Mr. Randall Brant . . Mr. Jack Gosset . . Mr. Robert Holycross Miss Frances Hornikel Reading Foods, Sewing Red Cross Moderator Chemistry Physics Biology Electrical Science C. ..... English School Publications Journalism . Instrumental Band . . Assistant Coach American History English .......Coach World History Drivers' Education . . . . . Annual Advisor Mechanical Drawing Art Drivers' Education All LEFT TO RIGHT: Rev. Lawrence Wessel, Rev. Lawrence Krusling, Principalg and Rev. Vincent Robers. ITY QFFICIALS liathcr lNlOlll'1lll, Father Keller, Father Rchlihg Mrs. Harrison School Secretary Mr. Gossett, Miss Hornikel, Mr. Holycross Lay Teachers E1IFCllWlCk. BOARD OF PASTORS REVERIEND LAURENCIS IAEKLE Vice-President REVEREN D SYLVESTER HUSER Secretary-Treasurer REVEREND LAURENCE R. KRUSLING Principal of Fenwick and Treasurer REVEREND VINCENI' ROBERS, President RIGIIT REVEREND MONSIGNOR JAMES l MCINARY Holy Trinity Parish, Middletown REVEREND SYLVESTER HUSER Saint Mary Parish, Middletown REVEREND IOHN L. OBERLANDER Saint John Parish, Middletown REVEREND NICHOLAS SCHNEIDER Saint Mary Parish, Franklin REVEREND WILLIAM BUCHHEIT Saint Susanna Parish, Mason REVEREND IOSEPH ZIMMER Saint Francis De Sales Parish, Lebanon REVEREND FRANCIS Il. LUTMER Saint Augustine Parish, Germantown Saint Mary Parish, Camden REVEREND GEORGE I. STENZ Saint John Parish, Morrow REVEREND LAWRENCE E. JAEKLE Seven Dolors Parish, Monore Saint John Parish, West Chester REVEREND VINCENT ROBERS Holy Name Parish, Trenton REVEREND LAWRENCE R. KRUSLING Saint Peter Claver Parish, Middletown NNN SENICRS Michael Abell Patricia Averdick Barbara Be iser Philip Berner George Blass Barbara Cooke SENIORS Joseph Coyle Frederrck Dakm Mark Daley Charles Day Katherine Domanick Dora Donisi SENICRS JoAnn Donisi Jane Dorenbusch Rosemary Fay Mary Jo Fenbers William Ferree Thomas Fink SENIORS James Frey Paul Grau David Habig Carolyn Hamilton Janice Harmon Joseph Hatton S NICDRS Helen Hineline Frederick Homan John Hummel Mary Hupka Anthony Jack John Jack SENICRS Katherine Kenney James Kiley Anthony Krizan Phyllis Lawson Michael McLaughlin James Meyer SENIORS Elaine Muennich John Muraski Nancy Mulligan Nancy Murphy Elaine Noeller Peggy O'Neal SENIORS Ellen Marie Presta Mary Ann Reider Shelia Anne Rigg Jerry Roberts William Russelo Suzanne Senner SENICRS Eugene Sora Rita Steele Dennis Stein Thomas Trent Lloyd Uleman David Uleman SENIORS Thomas Uleman Karhyrn Waczula Barbara Wagner Sue Wood William Wroda Robert Zuehlke BEST OF Most Athletic , , Best Looking , , Most Talented . , CUIBSI ..... Most Intelligent , . Wittiest ,,,.., Nicest Complexion . . F riendliest .... Most Dependable . . . Best Smile , , , Most Reserved . . Craziest Laugh ,,., Most Likely to Succeed . . Prettiest Hands . . Most Co-operative . . Best Behaved . . Most Studious . . Best Dressed . . Most Sincere . . Best Posture . . Most Puzzled . . Sleepiest . . . Most Petite . . Biggest Joker . . Most Versatile . . Most Courteous . . . . Most Classical Minded EVERYTHING-SE ICRS . . Janice Harmon, Mike Abell . Barbara Wagner, Fred Dakin . . Pat Averdick, John Hummel . . Kay Dornanick, Bill Russelo . . Kay Kenney, Mark Daley . . Rosemary Fay, David Habig . . . Sue Wood, Jim Frey . . . Peggy O'Neal, Dennis Stein Jane Dorenbusch, George Blass Suzanne Sennet, Joe Hatton . .Mary A, Reider, John Jack . Elaine Muennich, Charlie Day . . Nancy Murphy, Eugene Sora . . . .- . . . .DoraDonisi . . .Toe Coyle, Phillip Berner . . .Barbara Cooke, Jim Myers Barbara Beiser, Phyllis Lawson . Carolyn Hamilton, Fred Homan . . . Helen Hineline, Paul Grau . Rita M. Steele, Lloyd Ulernan . Nancy Mulligan, Jerry Roberts . . . . . . Tony Jack, Tom Fink Ellen M. Presta, Elaine Noeller . . Mary Hupka, John Muraski . Mary Jo Fenbers, Jim Kiley . Jo Ann Donisi, Bill Ferree . . Tom Uleman, David Uleman Most Poise . . . . . . . . Kathryn Waczula, Bob Zuehlke Most Willowy. . . Most Thoughtful. . . Most Foresight . . . . . Shelia Rigg, Tom Trent . . .Bill Wroda, Tony Krizan . . Michael McLaughlin m M 99 2 963 'W rv JU IORS Thomas Abney Joseph Andreotta Martha Angel Linda Ditmyer Ruth Ann Dobrozsi Sally Dumford David Arrnbruster Mary Kaye Augspurger Dav1d Bec Roger Eckart Jerry Enright William Flavin Linda Beier Larry Beiser Robert Berry Marilyn Frey Loral L. Giancola Patricia Hackett Ellen Bishop Michael Burney Henry Cassidy Cathie Herr Garland Hines Mary E. Hogan Carol Chupka Richard Clark Margie Connelly Thomas Hoyt Louis Huber Patrick Hughes Marilyn Courtney Marcia Cramer Charles Currier James Jackson Ray Kaylor Mary Ann Kipus John Duadt Hubert Derivan Mary Dineen John Kittel Aloysius Kuntz Sara List .IU IORS vi. 1-"""? Marlene Lisy Betty Jo Lockard Ruth Losekamp Judith Schommer Lawrence Sears 9.4, if WZ' . M . we fl , ' 5 2 .. .V F ,S ,L , ,, ,..v.,.. i 4 xg' egg , E 2 if James Meehan Fred Micomonico Judy Markert Doris Simone James Stutz Sue Ann McCain Mary Ellen McDermott Jerry Miller Janice Sullivan ' Susan Sullivan Frank Moorman Pat Mulligan Julie Murray Robert Swain Martha Ullum Thomas Nunlist Charlotte Gsust Dave Ottke Ronald Watts Tom Weisman Diane Pohlman Frank Pressler Paul Presta Roselie Whalen John Wills in may S 'sg' Betty Reider Don Roell Martha Ruehrwein 0-A 'G"D 'HWY' 'S' Rebecca Yarber Donald Yauch SOPHQMORES Paul Adams Sharon Arnold John Beck Noel Ferguson Patricia Ferree Helen Fessinger Kenneth Beiser Kathy Bendel Barbara Brewster Thomas Fuhrman James Gilbert Carolyn Gingerich Geraldine Bucheit Marcheta Crammer Jerry Davis Marilyn Gingerich Michael Graham Suzanne Grunner Mary Beth Davis Rosemary Day Bartholomew DiNardo Shelia Hall Bill Halsy Marsha Hartsook Joseph Ditmyer Peggy Dix Ann Dorsey Robert Hester Phyllis Hoffman Catherine Hogan Michael Duennes Sharon Eichorn William Ernst Fred Hollon Kathryn Homan Kathleen Hoover Theresa Faeta Marcella Fedders Beverly Ferguson Raymond Kelly Thomas Kinder Carolyn Lawson SOPHCJMORES Roger Leonard William Lickert Carmen Lindsay Margaret Reed Judy Sauter athleen Mangold Thomas Meehan Donald Millek Michael Scorti Priscilla Simone Bob Moorman Philip Morris Julie Muennich Janice Snyder Rosemarie Triana -13" Jul Mary Mulligan Lawrence Mulligan Melanie O'Neil Bill Uhl Linda Ullum Phyllis Overbey Becky Pallo Floyd Palmer Becky Waczula Mike White sg, , Teresa Parrella William Phillips Dorothy Piedel George Wlrsch Dan Yost Beuhlah Pigg Susan Poplin Veronica Presta Patty Zapp 'QQ' X . R 's.., FRE HME Donald Accurso Suzanne Armbruster Stephanie Averdick Robert Fa y Suzanne Ferree Sharon Barry Sharon Blank Michael Bober Cha rma Fisher Mary Fochtman Sidney Clark Sheila Coldiron James Conrad Peggy Fulmer Joyce Gaston Dixie Cramer John Currier Joseph Dakin Elfriede Graf Mary Gray James Daughtee Judith Davis Michael Day Terrence Ha rmount Richard Hamilton Jerald DiNardo Teresa Donisi Rebecca Douglas James Harrison John Harrison Terrence Duennes Jean Ann Earach David Farkas Robert Heller Patrick Holweger G T ,af - FRESHME Edward Huber Sylvia Hughes Barbara Kovach Edward Krause Elizabeth Kuntz Bob Hutson John Jackson Eugene Lundy Robert Lyons Michael Mayer Q Judith Jackson Kathleen Jackson James Merz Jane Molloy Saundra Montogomery Rosella Jackson Gaylon Kennedy Charlotte Murphy Paul Ottke Darlene Olson Thomas Kenney Elizabeth Keuthan Lawrence Palmer Nancy Palmer Blanche Parrella Peggy Kiley Pauline Kipus Nancy Pence Elizabeth Presta Joseph Presta Thomas Knorr Elaine Komnenovich .ii-: James Quinn ff Carol Reider ' f'-:-- Robert Ristaneo ,,,, 3 FRE Charles Ronto Barbara Rukavina Jerry Russelo Mary Scholtter Richard Schommer Shirely Schwab Ellen Smith John Soppanish Mary Sora Andrew Sorg Dale Strauss David Stugmyer Dorothy Sullivan James Takach HME Patricia Thier James Tranter Robert Ullum Anthony VonHo11e William Warrick Edward Whalen Mary Ann White Patricia Wootan Alan Zuehlke nn fun in it!!! it , Sqn ,sms Nfl!!! O , 1 1, , lflm li!! l il! U CLASS OFFICERS J U N I O R S Father Robers discusses the value of good reading with the junior class officers. LEFT TO RIGHT: Donald Roell, Marlene Lisy, John Daudt, Raymond Kaylor, Frank Moorman, Rebecca Yarber, David Beck, Diane Pohl- man. Father Robers teaches Junior religion. W3 i FRESHMEN Freshman religion is taught by Father Wessel who discusses re- ligious music with freshman class officers. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Schlotter, Joyce Gaston, Anthony Van Holle, Michael Day, Charlotte Murphy, James Conrad, Judy Davis, Jerry Russelo. SOPHOMORES Father Keller explains a point of liturgy to sophomore class officers. LEFT TO RIGHT: John Beck, Raymond Kelly, Julie Muennich, Bob Moorman, Bill Uhl, Patrica Ferree, Susan Poplin, Helen Fiess- inger. CATHOLIC STUDENTS MISSION CRUSADE Officers of C. S.M.C., composed of Home Room presidents, LEFT TO RIGHT: Raymond Kelly, Mark Daley, Michael Day, Anthony Von Holle, Bill Uhl, William Russelo, John Daudt, and Frank Moorman, plan a C. S.M. C. meeting. MAGAZINE BISHOPS' RELIEF FUND SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE Fl I Eugene Sora, Bill Russelo and David Ottke look over The Magazine Subscription Drive winners, Robert the progress ofthe Bishops' Relief Fund Drive. Ristaneo, Peggy Fulxncr, and Michael Day gatlit-r around "Humpty Dumpty. " JU ICR RED CROSS At right Sue Anne McCain, Secre- taryg Sheilia Anne Rigg, President, and Katheryn Iloman, Treasurerg plan a Junior Red Cross meeting. LIBRARIANS LLIB Above, officers of the Librarians Club, R. Dobroszi, Vice-Presidentg P. Avefdick, Presidentg and K. Homan, Secretaryg share opinions on newly acquired books in the li- brary. At right, Sophomores select their choice in good Catholic books. At left Junior Red Cross mem- bers prepare Christmas favors for hospitalized veterans. Fen- wick Chapter of J.R.C. is under the supervision of Sister Christopher, S.C. 2 - V ' f, r , sr . yr .fs ssis. W, iarrssrs must A 1 Above, Fenwick Librarinas prepare for Cath- olic Book Week at Fenwick. 'nl' LLIBS Jorge Bravo entertains the Spanish II Club officers with the songs and stories of his home, South America. "Circulo de Cinco" officers watching are President, K. Donianick, Vice-Presidentg E. Muennichg Secretary, Nancy Murphy, Treasurer, J. Harmon, and Recording Clerk, P. Grau. A I 5 CIVICS CLUB OFFICERS: I. Jack, Treasurer, F. Dakin, Vice-Presidentg M. Abell, Sergeant at Armsg B. Ferree, Presidentg and E. Muennich, Secretary, talk with Reverend Robert Monnin about their Senior trip to Washington, D. C. JU ICR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Consul, M. Daley addresses J.C.L. Initiates at the annual J.C.L. Initiation Ceremony. Prae- tor, J. Hatton is seated at left. Officers not pictured are Scriptor, C. Herrg Aedile, T. Hoytg Quaestor, B. Yarber. On the right are L. Ditmyer, M. E. McDermott, M. K. Augspurger, other members of J.C.L, State officers and their delegates of the I.C.L. discuss plans for com- ing year. From left to right are: I. Hatton, delegateg C. Herr, State Secretary-electg M. Daley, form- er State Trcasurerg I. Dorenbusch, delegate. Junior members of the J.C.L. display trophy and certificate won at the State Convention in theskicontest. Students who participated in the shit are from left to right: L. Ditmyer, M. K. Augspurger, T. Hoyt, D. Pohlman, and B. Yarber. THE PIAN Thespian Troupe 1384 held initiation for new members February 13th. Thespian of- ficers are David Habig, Presi- dentg Fred Dakin, Vice-Presi- dentg Nancy Murphy, Secretaryg Mary Io Fenbers, Treasurerg Jane Dorenbusch, Record ing, Clerk. The Thespian Society has played a great part in extra curricular activities at Fen- wick. Students have shown enthusiam, and co-operation in the dramatics field. The requirement for becoming a Thespian is one-hundred hours of hard dramatic work during the four years of high school. THESPIAN R o U I 9 f iw-vw' SE IORC Dr. Hudson . . . Joyce Hudson . Nancy Ashford. . . Tim Watson. . . . Joel Kelsey . . . Mr. Warner . . Barbara Warner Cynthia Bates . Laurie. . . . . . . . Charles Day Helen Hineline Nancy Murphy William Russelo . . Mark Daley . David Habig Mary Jo Fenbers .Phyllis Lawson Kay Domanick LASS PL Y 5 ,ar a DOCTOR llUDSON'S SECRET JOURNAL Ima Rose . . . . Mary Hupka Intercom. . . . . . . Peggy O'Neal Marion Prentiss . .Jane Dorenbusch Tony Bontempini Mrs. Bontempini Miss Hastings . . . Mrs. MacLean. . Mrs. Armitage . . Eugene Sora . Dora Donisi . Rita Steele JoAnn Donisi Rosemary Fay Mrs. Tilton . . . Carolyn Hamilton Mrs Mrs. Mrs. . Darcy . . . . Janice Harmon Bennett . . . Suzanne Sennet Bingley . . Kathryn Waczula Bob William Wroda Jim .... . Dennis Stein Josie. . . . . Sue Wood Cindy - - . . Kay Kenney N 1-be ht 355 Junior Class Thespians presented a rollicking comedy, "Almost Eighteen", February '24 at Knights of Columbus Auditorium. The characters of the playincluded: Eddie Barry fLz1rry Scarsj, Bill Barry fDavid Beckj, Grace Barry fMary Kaye Augsburgerj, Mrs. Greenville fPat Hackettj, Beatrice Barry fljiane Pohlinanj, Uncle George fDon Yauclij, Tommy Granville fTorn Hoytj, Ann Sherman fSue Ann McCainJ, Sally Davidson fMartha Angell, Miss Dalry1nplefLinda Ditmyerj, Mr. Merritt fBob Swaimj, Miss Mabel Warren fMary Ellen Mcllerrnottj. JU IOR CLASS PLAY SGPHDMORE PL Y The Sophomore Class presented a one-act comedy play for the January Little Christmas Party entitled "No Parkiwjn, the characters included: Bill Tucker, fBi1l Uhljg Mayor Ellis, fBi11 Lickertjgludy Tucker, QPeggy Dixj, George Tucker, fFred Hollanjg Hortense Weaver, fCathy Bendeljg Claire Tucker, fKathryn Homanjg Mrs. Bentley, fSharon Arnoldjg Mr. Carmichael, Uohn Becky. X W nffww JW, FRQSH PLAY-SPRI G CONCERT Fcnwick's Glee Cluh, directed by Reverend Charles Rehlinig, presented its Annual Spring Concert on May 10th. Taking part in a scene from "The King And l", from left to right, are Charlotte Murphy, Betty Reider, Ann Dorsy, Cathy Hogan, Kathleen Hoover and Ellen Srntih. Frosh presented a one- act comedy, 'Ten Percent Tommy" on May 15th. At left Michael Day f'l'ommyJ is involved with would-he suit- ors of the girl with whom Tommy is supposed to have a date. "Is a Puzzlementln declares Yul Brynner Gerry Rohertsy in another tahleaux from "The King And l" performs "Old King Co1e". and the junior douhle quartet. King Cole Uohn Kittlej seems amused at Larry Sear's portrayal of the Court Jester while the Glee Clnh Also included on the program were the concert hand RETREAT -mw- Senior boys had a closed re- treat at St. John's, Dayton WI ile Senior girls traveled to Maria Stein, for theirs. Sen- iors had a chance for serious thought on values and goals . . . most important in the life of every Christian. Sera RETRE T T FE WICK The annual three day retreat for Iuniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen was held in January at Fenwick. Students acclaimed Father Matthues' tech- nique for getting across the theme of the retreat, "Love of God, neighbor and se1f" and at the same time injecting humor into his talks. Conducting the retreat was Reverend Frederick Matthues of the Society of Mary. Father Matthues is a veteran retreat master, high school teacher and sodality organizer. At present Father is Vocational Director at Mount Saint Iohn's in Dayton, Ohio. ,--A" HCMECGMI G Above are the candidates and their escorts. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Elaine Muen- nich, David Habig, Elaine Noeller, William Ferree, Mary Io Eenbers, Joseph Hatton, SECOND ROW: Kay Domanic-k, William Russelo, Suzanne Sennet, and Philip Burner. Happy Queen Suzanne was crowned by Co-Captains, Fred Dakin, and Mike Abell at half-time ceremonies at Barnitz Stadium. THLETIC BA QLIET Paul llornung, Notre Dame All-American football star, was the guest speaker for the evening. BELOW, Senior basketball lettermen, Left to Right: Tom Trent, Fred Dakin and Mike Abell received honors from Father Monnin, Fenwick's Athletic Director. 1 S .pf Mark Daley was awarded the first Henry Rossi The annual Fenwick Boosters Trophy was award- Trophy. ed to Mr. Charles Murphy. JU ICR SENICDR PROM The Manchester Hotel was the scene of the 1957 Junior-Senior Prom, "Stairway to the Stars". Students danced to the music of Bob Hecter and his orchestra from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The coronation of Michael Abell and Jane Dorenbusch as King and Queen highlighted the evening's festivities. David Habig and Mary Io Fenbers reigned as Prince and Princess. Other King and Queen candidates were: Kay Domanick, Nancy Murphy, Elaine Noeller, Fred Dakin, Bill Ferree, and Bill Russelo. Immediately following the dance, a breakfast was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall put on by the mothers ofthe Junior class. 'WICK" PUBLICATIONS STAFF STAFF 995-2- .Agp-1-A a I :ails ! 12136 SN lil 'ii J,-...Mt tlx I .lm l. Members of the "Wick" staff look over the final edition of the "Fenwick Times-Star News Page" which was edited by the "Wick" editors. STANDING, Left to Right: Rosemary Fay, Pat Aver- dick, Rita Steele, Shelia Rigg, Suzanne Sennet, Jane Dorenbusch, Mary Hogan, Mary K. Augs- purger, and Julie Murray. SITTING: Mary Jo Fenbers. "TURRES" STAFF -qv. :will U1 ing pg N 1 Y,--ww. I-is x 1 The Yearbook staff talk over the planning of the final pages of "Turres". SITTING, Left to Right: Jane Dorenbusch, Barbara Beiser, Suzanne Sennet, Pat Averdick, Rosemary Fay, Peggy O'Neil, and Nancy Mulligan. STANDING: Shelia Rigg, Mark Daley, Mary Jo Fenbers, Rita Steele, John Muraski, and Bill Russelo. CAUSE OF CUR JOY Mary! . . . the Cause of Our Joy . . . has been the inspiration of our school. Her constant care has kept hope and aims high when darkness loomed and the future seemed empty. That is why Falcons and Falconettes praise her name and crown her image and call her . . . Our Lady of Fenwick! 4 ff"'X Wil lt it Near Festival time Fenwick's annual May Crowning was held in Mary's Alcove on the first floor. Janice Harmon crowned the statue of the Blessed Virgin, Kay Domanick carried the crown, Sue Wood placed a wreath at Mary's feet, and Elaine Noeller lead the Act of Consecra- tion to Mary by the Student Body. Left to right are Kay Domanick, Janice Harmon, Sue Wood, and Elaine Noeller. St. I0hn's Church was the scene of the Baccalaureate Mass this year. Father Krusling was celebrant, Father Keller was deacon, Father Monnin was sub- deacon. SCHCDLARSHIP AN RDS American Legion Essay Contest - Pat Averdick Betty Crocker Homemaking Award - Barbara Beiser Elks' Youth Leadership Contest - First Prize, Pat Averdickg Second Prize, Kay Kenney: Honorable Mentions, Mark Daley and Phyllis Lawson. Gardener Scholarship C3500 a year for 4 yearsj - Mark Daley Kennedy Scholarship 64,8003 - Pat Averdick Sebald Self-Reliance Award - First Prize 054005, Nancy Murphy, Second Prize 132005, George Blass: Third Prize 131003, Fred Homang Fourth Prize, 465509, Barbara Beiser. National Employ the Physically Handicapped Essay Contest - Second Prize in State 6240 Scholarshipj, Cathie Herr. National High School Poetry Association - Pat Averdick, Rebecca Yarber. National Scholastic Art Award - John Hummel Bausch Lomb Science Award - William Russelo. Medal for Superlative Merit in Latin - Kathleen Mangold. S 5 re' xv 5- PM H0 CJR SOCIETY .... ...M Pictured above are the officers and members of the N.H.S. LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Zuehlke, M. I. Eenbers, K. Kenney, Treasurerg I. Dorenbusch, Vice-Presidentg Reverend L. Krusling, M. Daley, Presidentg B. Beiser, Secretaryg H. Hineline, K. Domanick and P. Averdick. BELOW: Cathie Herr receives gavel from Ar the awards assembly in May, Father outgoing president of the N.H.S. , Mark Daley. Krusling presentedunderclassmen with Scholastic Cathie was elected president ofthe N.H.S. for awards. BELOW: Father Krusling congratulates the school year 1957-1958. Marcheta Cramer. i GR DU TIO Alsag- x W 15" r I 4 This year graduation was held at Roosevelt Iunior High School instead ofthe Man- chester Hotel. Above are the graduates of 1957 awaiting their diplomas. Here Mark Daley, Valedictorian says, "Fare- well" in the name of the class of 1957. Above Reverend Wil- liarn Franer, Assistant Superintendent of parochi- al schools, addresses the graduates. Below Kay Kenney, Salutatorian likens Fen- wick's year to the decades of a rosary. CCDMMENCEME T SCENES Father Krusling con- gratulates Kay K e n n e y, one of the award winners, as Father Keller reads the names of those who re- ceive diplomas. Graduates enter Saint John's Church preceding Baccalaureate. N111 101 YHSTORY 102 ART 4 LANGUAGES 201 MATHEMATXCS 10 202 REUGXON 203 COMMERCXAL 204 EN GL1SH 301 PHYS1CS 302 MU 51C 303 HOME ECO 304 B1OLOGY NOMXCS RELIGIO Peggy O'Neil tries to solve a mixed- marriage problem in Senior Religion while Father Monnin and the Class watch her efforts. Father Vincent Robers questions Frank Moorman on the virtue of Faith as members of the Junior class listen intently. Father Lawrence Krusling states several goals for happiness to mem- bers of the Freshman Religion class. Father Lawrence Wessel's Freshman Religion class listens as Father comments on the Midnight Mass of Holy Saturday. EGLIH .ff L. Senior English Class under the direction of Reverend Joseph E. Keller, discusses the character of Lady Macbeth, comparing her with the modern woman. RE DIG Charma Fisher and Edward Whalen object to statements made by K. Jackson, R. Schommer, and P. Fulmer. HISTCDRY World History students discuss the geographical importance of the Crusades. With Coach Holycross, from LEFT TO RIGHT are: G. Wirsch, K. Hoover, F. Mickamonaco, M. Hartsook, D. Yost. Coach Gossett points out the historical points of Kentucky to his American History class. Studying the map are C. Chupka and J. Miller. Q . 4:--. 5,81 ,wa SCIENCE Studying microscopic slides of cells are P. Wootan and P. Thier, while S. Hughes, B. Rukavina, and M. Mayer ex- amine the growth ofa bean. Q S l, Future physicists C.Currier, D. Derivan, M. Bur- ney, and D. Beck if are testing the ' elasticity of wire. Science classes are taught by Sis- ter Marina, O.S. F. 112-Qi.. Fred Dakin and Pat Hughes illustrate the difference betweenaseries and a parallel circuit to T. Fink, T. Krizan, T. Wise- man, I. Jackson, B. Hines, and D. Stein. M' MATHEMATICS fi 3 ABOVE: lfatiier Keller takes time out in liis Algebra I class to explain that mathematics is responsible for our present-day civilization. AT RIGHT: Kay Kenney explains to David Ulenian tlie development of a trigonometric identity. Tile class is under the direction of Sister Florence Marie, O. S.F. The General Matli class is attentive to Jolin Harrison's explanation ot tlie use of the subtraction axiom in tlle solution of an equation. COMMERCIAL RT Commercial Art I students ink advertising layouts, while Fred Dakin works on a mural for Commercial Art H, his joint project with Suzanne Sennet and Jerome Roberts not pictured. John Hummel, Commercial Art III works on a stencil for Christmas cards. RTS A D CRAFTS The class enjoys printing their own Christmas Cards. Here Marsha Hartsook and Noel Ferguson give their opinion to Kathleen lloover. BUSINESS Rosemary Fay gives an eighty- word dictation to future Ste- nograpliers. In the Bookkeeping class senior John Hnmnielexplainsthe work sheet. Under the direction oi Sister John La Salle, O. S. F. , Typing I stndenis are taking a five niinnte writing. NCSU GES v RGIL CLASS Latin III - IV students prepare for "Romani Hodierni" Ovlodern Romansj Meeting. FR ES HMAN LAT IN Latin I students admire entries of last year's Latin Week contest before planning their own projects. ANGU GE -I' Ill? X , . I I... . .i LATIN TWO FIRST ROW, Left to Right: T. Parella, T. Faeta, C. Lawson, M. Cramer, N. Ferguson, P. Overby C. Hogan, M. Fedders, V. Presta, P. Dix, S. Grunner. SECOND ROW: K. Mangold, S. Arnold, M Ullum, B. Brewster, J. Muennich, P. Ferree, R. Waczula, H. Fiessinger, K. Homan, J. M. Mulligan A. Dorsey, M. Reed. THIRD ROW: P. Fuhrman, L. Mulligan, K. Beiser, M. Grahm, T. Meehan, F Hoolon, J. Beck, B. Moorrnan, R. Kelly, D. Millek, B. Lickert. FOURTH ROW: T. Kinder, B. Uhl G. Davis, M. Scorti, B. Phillips. Language classes are under the direction ofSister CharlesRegina, S.C SPANISH I Students enjoy the Pinate Festivities after Little Christmas while Mary Kaye Augspurger and Margie Con nelly hold the Pinata as Lora Lee Giancola is being blindfolded. . I HCME ECCDNCMICS nr- V, fi - Junior M. E. McDermott helps J. Market while others decide on a pattern. "What's cooking?" seems to be what P. O'Nea1 wants to know. Freshman sewing class try their hand at French seams, under the direction of Sister Christopher, S.C. MECHANICAL DR WI G f--Q" 11 tsttttss AL, Miss Hornikel offers suggestions to second year mechanical drawing students. LEFT TO RIGHT are B'll Ferree Derr Derivan, Tony Krizan, Lloyd Uleman, and Pat Hughes. Derry, Pat, and Bill are work- 1 , Y ing on assembly and detail drawings while Tony and Lloyd study house plans and ztrclntccturztl design First year mechanical drawing students discuss problems. AT RIGHT: Tom Wiseman l ' R R 1 rLeonard. fstandingj, Michael Graham, Bob Hester, Fred Mic:J.mouico,Bil Lic ert, ogc AT LEFT: Noel Ferguson, Michael White, and George Wirsch. DRIVERS' EDUCATIO MXL, Mr. llolycross explains parts of the motor to Barbara Cooke, Q id Bill Ulil, and Nancy Mulligan. WQM Jim Gilbert, Kathryn lloman, Bill Ernst, Dorothy Piedel, and Miss Hornikel try out the Drivers' Training car Betty Reider, George Wirsch, Lora Lee Giancola, Jim Gilbert, and Diane Pohlman discuss the fact that courtesy is very important for safe driving on the liigliway. GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Marilyn Courtney, Mary Ellen McDermott, Kay Kenney, Helen Hineline, Kay Domanick, Ellen Presta, Sue McCain, Martha Angel, Marlene Lisy, Charlotte Osust, Diane Pohlman, Rebecca Yarber. SECOND ROW: Nancy Mur- phy, Suzanne Sennet, Rosemary Fay, Ruth Dobrozsi, Janice Harmon, Barbara Beiser, Jo Ann Donisi, Kathryn Waczula, Mary Ann Reider, Mary Ann Kipus, Judy Markert. THIRD ROW: Shelia Rigg, Nancy Mulligan, Carolyn Hamilton, Marcia Cramer, Jim Conrad, Michael Day, Bob Quinn, Tom Kinder, Larry Mulligan. FOURTH ROW: Bill Wroda, Joe Hatton, Bill Halsey, Ray Kelly, Tom Nunlist, Charles Currier, Bill Uhl, Roger Leonard. FIFTH ROW: Tom Hoyt, Frank Pressler, Bob Swain, Don Yauch, Bob Moorman, Kenny Beiser, George Wirch, William Ernest. On the top floor of Fenwick City, is the Music Hall. Here under the direction of Reverend Charles Rehling, can be heard the 99 voices of the Glee Club. The main musical event of the year is the Spring Concert given at the Manchester Hotel. GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Rosalie Whalen, Martha Ruehrwein, Ruth Loskamp, Sally Dumford, Eliza- beth Hogan, Elaine Noeller, Janice Sullivan, Loral Lee Giancola, Peggy O'Neal, Sue Wood, Catherine Herr, Linda Beier, Elaine Muennich. SECOND ROW: Julia Murray, Mary Kaye Augspurger, Patricia Hackett, Susan Sullivan, Margaret Connelly, Mary Ellen Dineen, Ellen Bishop, Carol Chupka, Jane Dorenbusch, Barbara Wagner, Barbara Cooke, Rita Steele. THIRD ROW: Dennis Stein, James Frey, Marilyn Frey, Judith Schommer, Patricia Averdick, Linda Ditmyer, Sara List, Phyllis Lawson, Thomas Kenney. FOURTH ROW: Charles Day, William Russelo, Ronald Watts, James Kiley, David Armbruster, Jerome Miller, Thomas Abney, Hubert Derivan, Paul Presta. FIFTH ROW: James Takach, Frank Moorman, Thomas Trent, David Habig, Fred Homan, Mark Daley, Paul Adams, and John Beck. Under Father Rehling's and Mr. Brandt's direction the Glee Club, Marching and Concert Bands combine to present numbers learned during the school year. CONCERT BA D Members of Concert Band are: ROW ONE: Ed Krause, Mary Sora, Mary Margaret Gray, Diane Pohlman, Rebecca Yarber, Patty Zapp, John Hummel. ROW TWO: Theresa Faeta, Betty Reider, Ton1Fuhrman, David Habig, Joe Hatton, Loral Lee Giancola. ROW THREE: David Beck, Carol Chupka, Jim Merz, John Kittel, Charlie Day, Tom Nunlist, Mike Burney, John Soppanish, Mike Day, Carol Reider. STANDING: Veronica Presta, Jim Conrad, Janice Sulli- van. Mr. Randall C. Brandt, Band Director. ARCHI G p AN Band president, Joseph Hatton. Vice-president, David Beck M. Burney, J. Jackson, C. Reider, J. Sullivan, V. Presta, R. Leonard, J. Hatton. J. Kirrel T. Nunlisr D. Beck L. L. Giancola B. Reider I. Hummel C. Chupka P. Zapp J. Merz E. Krause T. Fuhrman D. Pohlman T. Faeta M.E. Sora J. Soppanish, I. Conrad, M. M. Gray NOT PICTUREDg Michael Day, Rebecca Yarber THLETIC DEPARTME T i W Wigw- QF' Father Monnin looks over the athletic schedule for the 1956-57 season. Father has clone a terrific job as Athletic Director, arranging games, banquets and programs. Coach Holycross in his first year at Fenwick has a record of five wins, four losses in football and nine wins, nine losses in bas- ketball. I, sf 7 X, Assistant Coach Gossett proved a valuable assistant to Mr. Holycross. Nailing from Kentucky, Mr. Gossett serves sports with a Southern Drawl. FOOTB LL ROW ONE, Left to Right: Pat Mulligan, Michael Graham, Bill Uhl, Toni Kenney, Robert Fay, Tim Farkas, Allan Zuehlke, Michael White, Jim Takach. ROW TWO: Frank Moornian, Dick Clark, Jerry Enright, Ronney Watts, Ray Kelly, Larry Beiser, Paul Adams, Toni Meehan, Michael Scorti, Jerry Millar, Bill Halsey, Frank Pressler, Garland Hines. ROW THREE: Assis- tant Coach Jack Gossett, Tony Jack, Toni Trent, John Jack, Tony Krizan, Mark Daley, Fred Dakin, Jerry Roberts, 1ohnMuraski, Michael Abell, Charles Day, Dennis Stein, Head Coach Robert Holycross. EQUIPMENT MANAGERS: Bill Philips, Mike Graham, Bob Zuehlke, Kenny Beiser, and Football Co-Captains, Fred Dakin, and Mike Abell, discuss advantages of the remodeled locker room and the addition ofthe new equipment. GRIDIRO Dick Clark, Mark Daley, and Mike Abell go after loose hall, farrowj in Germantown game. We Won the game 26- 6. Halfback Dennis Stein tries to elude would-be Seven Mile tacklers. Although it was one of our hardest fought games, we lost 14-O. Quarterbacklerry Miller drives to pick up needed yardage in Carlisle game. We outclassed the Indians 45-0. GLANCES Ronnie Watts, Dick Clark, and Frank Moorman combine to make a crushing tackle on a Shawen Acres ball carrier. We won 19-O. John Jack and Paul Adams team up to stop a Hamilton Catholic ball carrier dead in his tracks. We lost our season finale 64-O. Frank Moorman drives through the middle of three Lockland Wayne players. We won this, the most thrilling game ofthe season, 10-O. FOOTBALL Opponents DePorres Ross Talawanda Germantown Seven Mile -'Q :f 5 R I V hy Q K, , ax L, Q H in 4 A? Y -'F x 1 4 1 Q 7 X , , F ex .ilk Exif 121. K mf 'swf -5 , - 5 ,. 1. ' 'ghgm-f.:.::, Af' iff? ' 4 Ziff? :S 1 .3-iw www ws r- X ', . . .LW,. x ' - 'iwi' K . Q L! SENIOR BASKETB LL LETTERME M. akin E. : , , Abell "" F, D T. Trent BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FEN WICK VS . OPPONENTS 46 Eaton 55 Xenia 66 I effe rson 57 Talawanda 88 St. Brigid 63 Carlisle 83 Russia 67 Ross 57 Springfield Cath. 61 Shawen Acres FEN WICK VS . OPPONENTS 67 Trenton 60 Little Miami 47 Hamilton Cath. 57 Union Twp. 72 Wayne 62 Farmersville 58 Seven Mile 63 DePorres EXEMPTED VILLAGE TOURNAMENT 63 Xenia Wilson x VARSITY BASKETB LL FIRST ROW: K. Beiser, B. Philips, M. Graham. SECOND ROW: D. Derivan, J. Jackson, J. Meehan, R. Kelly, J. Miller, M. Abell, Coach Gossett, F. Dakin, B. Moorman, F. Moorman, T. Trent, J. Andreetts, P. Mulligan, Coach Holycross. JU IOR VARSITY BA KETBA FIRST ROW: B. Philips, D. Derivan, R. Leonard, L. Mulligan, B. Uhl, M. Graham, K. Beiser. SECOND ROW: Coach Holycross, B. llalsey, R. Kelly, I. Andreotta, B. Moorman, P. Mulligan, Coach Gossett. CAGE CANDIDS Y i BCDWLI Fenwick keglers in action at J SL I bowling lanes. On the alleys are Susan Sullivan, Kay Kenney, Barbara Wagner, and Barbara Cooke. Father Monnin began the league in late November and the students enjoyed participating in it very much, The reaction towards it was so good that the league continued on into the summer. The Destroyers came out on top in the boys' league. Pictured here are the members of the team. LEFT TO RIGHT, they are: Eugene Sora, Mike Abell, Bob 7uPh11aP and Mark Dnlpv UQ' ABOVE: Six varsity cheerleaders send the Falcons on to victory. LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Hineline, Pat Hackett, Judy Markert, Captain Barbara Beiser, Sue Ann McCain and Barbara Wagner. nl 1 N 41 1 T wiv L '21 '-. J YVEE .J The J. V. cheerleading team consists of three sophomores and three freshmen. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dorothy Sullivan, Cap- tain Marcella Fedders, Kathy Bendel, Barbara Brewster, Saun- dra Montgomery and Pauline Kipus, MAJCRETTE Above are eight marching majorettes and four marching Co- Eds, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Jo Fenbers, Mary Kaye Augsburger, Linda Beier, Shelia Rigg, Martha Angel, Ellen Bishop, Suz- anne Sennet, Rita Marie Steele, Rosemary Fay, Kay Kenney, Jane Dorenbusch, Nancy Murphy, The senior Majorettes have completed their third year of marching. They were Fenwick's first Majorettes, who began in 1954 with the Marching band, Since they began working as agroup the majorettes have led the Fenwick marching band in all civic parades in Middletown. They have provided half-time entertainment for basketball and football games. ,vs R- Q 53 . Xx' . 1 . x . Q. YK! vii " Wi -Z ax , Q " fc as z. Qx if! Wi- Xggpifw N . Reverend Lawrence Jaekle Reverend George Stenz Reverend William Bucheit Reverend Lawrence Krusling Reverend Sylvester Huser Reverend Nicholas Schneider Reverend John Oberlander Reverend Joseph Zimmer Reverend Francis Lutmer Rt. Reverend Msgr. J. F. McNary Reverend Bernard Robers Reverend Robert Monnin Reverend Joseph Keller Reverend Lawrence Wessel Reverend Joseph Heskamp A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend Mr. Salvatore Accurso Mrs. Frank Achberger Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ammtulli Mr. and Mrs. William H. Andreotta Archway Cookies-Steven Spisac Distributor Mr. and Mrs. David Armbruster Armco Employees Independent Fed. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Averdick Mary R. Bailey Mr. Bill Bales Baltimore Inn Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Haldred Barnes Paul Beier Arnold Beiser C. Thomas Bendel William Bendel Miss Edith Bergen Miss Marie Burner Mr. and Mrs. Martin Burner Bill's Barber Service Mrs. and Mrs. J. A. Bishop Mrs. A. M. Boxwell Randell H. 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Gilbert Loren Gilbert .Timmy and Peggy Gordon Mr. Jack Gosset Betty and Bonnie Graler Gary Gray Mary Margaret Gray Mr. and Mrs. Donald Griffin Godwins Dining Room Goldflies Music Store Mr. and Mrs. James Guyler Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hackett Kenneth Halsey Halsey's Men Shop Mrs. James Harmon Janice Harmon Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Harrnount Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Hatton Mr. and Mrs. Stephan Heggi Mr. Frederick Heilman Mr. and Mrs. George Hellman H. Helfman M. D. Earl and Carrine Hines John W. Herr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herr Miss Hilda Hogan Mr. Jack Hogan Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Karen Marie Mr. and Mrs A1 H. Homan James Hogan John Hoh Holycross Robert Holycross Mrs. Al Homan Bob Homan Homeroom 204 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hopper Frances l-Iornikel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hornikel Mr. Richard J. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hoyt Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hughes Judy Hughes Mr. John Hupka Mrs. John Hupka Irene's Beauty Shop Mr. James C. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Irwin Leo Jackson Ralph Jackson William Jackson Joseph A. Kay Frank Kartavich Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kaylor Mrs. Lula Kellis Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Kelly Elizabeth and Margaret Kenney Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Norene Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Clifford F. Keuthan Herbert Kidwell Welsh Thomas M. Welsh Leo Whalen n,1,,,l A nn-., Mr. and Mrs. Owen Miller Elizabeth Miles Mr. and Mrs. John Kiley Mrs. C. D. Kimball Mr. and Mrs Paul J. Kinder Mr. and Mrs. James G. Kinser Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Andrew Kipus Louis T . Knezich . E. Komenovich Michael Kovach Mr. Charles Kramer Miss Mary E. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Krizan Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lakes J. D. Lamphier Glenn C. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Lay Mrs. Thomas J. Lee Leo's Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Lickert Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindsay Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lisy Mr. and Mrs. Michael Long Mr. Charles E. Loop Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mack Mr. and Mrs. Carl Magee Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mangold Michael Maloney Norene Maloney Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Manning Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marconi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Markert Mrs. Nancy Martini Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Mayer Eleanora E. Meehan William J. Meehan Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Meyer Miami Maid Bread. Eddie Decker Dist. Dorothy Miles Marguerite Miles Mrs. W. J. J. Miles Melvin C. Miller ' Mr. and Mrs. John Molloy Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moorman Charles F. Mosier Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muennich Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mulligan Nancy Jane Mulligan and Peggy Ann Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Mulligan Mrs. L. P. Mulligan Mr. and Mrs Carolyn Ann Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . William C. Muraski Murphy Charles F. Murphy . John S. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCain Frances McComas Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James F. McDermott Joseph E. McDermott J. R. McDermott Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McDonough Mr. and Mrs. William McDonough Mrs. Roy A. 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Schneider Sebastian Sohio Service Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sennet Stephen Settich Glenn Schocky Alman Simone James Shackelford Sheley's Sporting Goods The Sherwin-Williams Company Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sherwood Sheperd Construction Company Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Skinner Carlos Smith J. Howard Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Snyder Sophomores of 201 Bernard Sora Joseph Presta Mr. and Mrs. Howard Osborn Mr. and Mrs. D. Oshust Mr. and Mrs. Ignos Osust Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Pallo Walla R. Palmer Peggy and Lee Bob Phiplips Real Estate Mr. George Phillips and Family Mr. 'and Mrs. John Piedel Mr. and Mrs. Steve Piedel Diane Pohlman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pohlman Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Poplin E. David Pressler Mrs. Earl Pressler Presta Advertising Ellen Marie Presta Geraldine, Michael, and Johnny Presta Mr. and Mrs. John Presta Spin-it Restaurant Spencer Jewelry Company Star News Mr. and Mrs. H. D. 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Victori Ernest Vitori Mr. and Mrs. Nick Vitori Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Von Holle Mrs. Harry Zapp, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zuehlke Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wroda Mr. Val Yost GOOD LUCK TCD THE SENIGRS THE WELFARE CCJNGRATULATIONS TO THE If 4 FROM FENWICK BCJCSTERS Compliments of THE TOBIAS STUDIO Official Photographers Hayden S. Tobias Maclyn H. Tobias 41 South Main Street Middletown, Ohio Dial 2-ll7l Distinguished photographers for more than 70 years MAYER MEAT MARKET THE BEST IN HOME KILLED MEATS Retail Store Packing Store 1061 Central Ave Michigan G Walnut GA 2 6358 GA 2 9021 Middletown, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS FROM Central 8 Broad Middletown, Ohio NONE OF oH1o's FINEST STORESH Compliments of EDDIE-DECKER MIAMI-MAID-BREAD Serving the Nations' Air Power extends to the 1957 Seniors ot Fenwick High Sohool our Congratulations and Best Wishes CHATTERDINE CAFE LIQUOR WINE BEER FOOD JUST WATER! 418 Baltimore Street, Middletown, Ohio John A. Domanick Charles M. Thier THE GLENN CARTAGE COMPANY Joseph S. Mulligan Terminal Manager Phone 2-8484 BEST WISHES Middletown, Ohio TO Compliments I THE Of FALCONS ROSS MOTORS, INC. FROM , tv MIDDLETOWN Theresa 4 nyour future. LINCOLN-MERcuRv I 2 YOUR FRIENDLY A . V FORD DEALER 1727-29 Tytus Avenue m mm Phone GA 3-4622 HMARTY" MILLER MILLER INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Insurance Service 201-2 Castell Building Phone GA 2-3125 BALDWIN LIMA HAMILTON CORPORATION UNITED WELDING PLANT SEE JOE! Congratulation HE WILL From KNOW WlLsoN MEMoRlAL 1gZIl:I.tES2gI!isSIEDLIIIeI?1E all HOM E "A Home For Funerals" 210-212 South Main Street . 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THE BLACK-CLAWSON COMPANY Oh, to own a convertible! SHARTLE DIVISION KEUTHAN FOUNDRY DIVISION PRECIGLIS HERIT GE Page through the history of any great American business organization and you will find its roots deeply imbedded and nourished in the rich and productive soil of our American system of free enterprise. This is the system that has become the basis of our HAmerican way of lifeH...that has given us the highest living standards of any country in the world...that is so precious to us, that we have in the past, and would again, take up arms to defend and preserve it. It is also the system that has sparked the sustained growth and progress of Middletown -- that has helped make our hometown a community to take pride in. As members of the graduating class of 1957, the respon- sibility for the continued Hgood healthn of our system of free enterprise and the sustained progress of America and Middletown, will soon rest squarely upon your shoul- ders. Because Sorg is an Hold-timern in town -- a resident of more than a century's standing -- you will perhaps par- don us for being straightforward. But on the basis of our long years of experience, we merely want to point out that here at home, in Middletown, you are most like- ly to find your brightest prospects for success. And most important of all, through you, Sorg, Middle- town, and America can look to the future with faith and confidence. THE SORG P PER COMPAN Middletown, Ohio 1852 6 1957 HManufacturers and Converters of Stock Line and Specialty Papersu Compliments of DONISI'S GROCERY STORE 2008 Clayton Ave. GA 2-0157 Congratulations from SPORT CENTER Driving Range Big League Pitching Miniature Golf Base Balls 2710 s. Main Middiecown, ohio 2504 Good Luck! DITMYER ELECTRICAL SERVICE eLf5"2E4l REEA 1149 Atco Ave. GA 2- 3344 Compliments of BOULEVARD GARDENS Fresh Flowers Always Delivered or Wired Anywhere or Any Time Compliments of CONSOLIDATED INCORPORATED Office Supplies Printing 1626 Central Ave. GA 2-9041 Middletown, Ohio Your Good Luck. M45 M ENNICH MOTORS Friendly Ford Dealer Lebanon, Ohio . . Congratulations BUD'S GRAY PRINTING CO. MOBIL SERVICE When in Need of Rt. 025 Wedding Invitations At Coles Road Franklin, Ohio Mobslgas See Us We are sure to please even the most discriminating Compliments of MIDDLETOWN LUMBER CO. Hwhere the Leading Builders Buyn Compliments of BURNETT'S HMiddletown's Finest Fashionsn 1925 Central GA 3-6546 1008 Central Avenue Good Luck Portable Appliances Vacuum Cleaners MARtr1N's BARBER SHOP Sales Service A -26 APPLIANCE ELECTRIC Phone G 2 73 SERVICE l Crawford St. , 1311 First Avenue GA 2-3378 Middl Oh' etown io Ralph Day Compliments of MID-TOWN MOTORS, INC. Chrysler Builds Great Cars Our Service Keeps Them Great GA 2-3674 Middletown, Ohio Compliments of GLENN'S ROLLA-RENA Complete Lubrication Tune Up Generator and Brake Service FAHRENHOLZ SHELL SERVICE GA 2-5152 Crawford G Woodlawn Middletown Ohio Compliments of GARRETT TOBACCO CO. Wholesale Represented by Bill Netsos, Manager 1210 Manchester Middletown Ohio GA 2-3741 MIDDLETCDW JCDURNA MIDDLETOWN NEWS-JOURNAL, INC. MIDDLETOWN'S HOME-OWNED NEWSPAPER EVERY EVENING AND SUNDAY xW! I Y- , 1007 First Avenue Phone GA 2-3611 1 OUR FAVORITE PLACE AT NOON-TIME Congratulations From WE DY'S SERVICE, INC. Middletown's Largest Independent Tire Center Dependable Tire Service For Over 30 Years 'TW Q . 41'i f T ZZ! WWFiTf vixgl rm.. 5 ' Compliments of SHOP DOHN'S for FINE GIFTS LINK'S CHILDREN SHOP for ALL OCCASIONS The One Stop Shop Weddings -- Birthdays Where You Find Everything for Mothers Day -- Fathers Day Boys and Girls Xmas -- Etc. Sizes O to l4 Years ' DOHN 3l South Main Street Hardware 8 Paint 20 North Broad GA 2-6378 Phone GA 3-4682 fwlroon WORTHMORE CLOTHES SHOP Hart Schaffner and Marx Clothes 1117 Central Avenue Middletown, Ohio THE STARR FLORAL CO. "Specialists in Fine Flowersu 2615 South Main Street GA 2-3231 Served Bowl At for Health , SPORTS BOWL S 2804 So. Main Middletown Ohio RESTAURANT KLAMD NEWS 515 Yankee Road AND Middletown Ohio LUNCH STAND 53 So. Main Street Phone GA 3-4011 Compliments of L 8 S PAINT STORE INC. 700 Charles Street Middletown Ohio Cash Loans for You WELFARE FINANCE CORPORATION 1053 Central Ave. GA 3-6501 Compliments of CHARLES F. MOSIER PLUMBING - HEATING Good Luckl FEDDERS SUPPLY CO. QI I FRS 91.5 , 2014 Erie GA 2-7602 THE CLARADEN 47 East 4 SH 6-6464 S HAT Franklin, Ohio SHOP Congratulations To The Class Of '57 ZMdZ ' WO!! lil l ll Tl IE CIIIPIIIU Fine Home Furnishings Rugs --- Carpeting Custom Draperies, Slipcovers Free Estimates and Decorating Counsel 1049 Central Avenue Phone GA 2-5489 JOHN DOBROZSI, JR. Good Luck INSURANCE 1820 First Avenue oFHcE ouTFlTTERs, INC Middletown, Ohio 12 North Main Middletown's First GA 3-4651 Drive-In Insurance Agency Middletown's Most Complete John and Emrie Line Of School Supplies SCHR MM FUNER L HCDME T0 THE CLASS OF "57" May God bestow a special blessing on your graduating class and help you always maintain the high ideals you have been taught at Fenwick High School. Joseph Schramm Richard Schramm Ambulance Service GA 2-8711 5 Clark Street I , THE DENNY LUMBER COMPANY Phone GA 2-6391 Middletown, Ohio HOVER 70 YEARS SERVING THE COMMUNITYH 1800 First Avenue Memories of Halfrime! BEER DISTRIBUTQRS MIDDLETCWN Middletown, Ohio I ills: THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 1367 Central Ave. Middletown .7 ' Ohio Sf Phone Cahn GA 2-6451 :Agn GA 3-4644 Ma l ,SV FIND! Artists upplies Everything For Home Decorating I SAM BARTEL'S SHOES 1214 Central Avenue Glamor Debs For Women Air Step For Women Roblee For Men CHUP'S Liquor Beer Wine Chicken Steaks Fish Turtle Phone GA 2-0142 1916 Yankee Road REED-KLCDPP CG. Since 1917 Furniture Priced To Fit Your Budget Complete Home Furnishing i BEST WISHES NMl!f - x Q ':5'? PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. Middletown, Ohio l'vvN 1009 Central Avenue GA 2-8551 HEverything Photographicu BALES CAMERA SHOP 1215 Central Avenue Phnno nA o-AAAn FENZEL MC DONOUGH 20 North Main Street Phone GA 2-4831 "H tpaimdi Excavating Top Soil Fill Dirt Grading 1 Phone GA 3-2180 FRED E. INGLE, JR. Tom Anticipates Fun at Boys' State THE DUMFORD TRUCKING CC. Private Contract Carrier Service Subscriber 1700 Plum Avenue Phone GA 2-3655 You Have Just Completed Another Important Step Forward Congratulations-- And Best Wishesl JOHN RODERER SHOES Strand Theatre Building 1349 Central Avenue Phone GA 2-6791 'U I 1 I CONGRATULATIONSI FRISCH'S BIG BOY Two Locations 1608 Germantown Road Phone GA 3-6596 3109 S. Main Street Phone GA 3-5715 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduates of 19571 ANGELO ROSSI 1401 Garfield Phone GA 2-8311 Congratulations to the Graduates of 19571 JOHNNlE'S COFFEE SHOP 1229 Central Avenue Phone GA 2-0186 COMTLIMENTS OF M Y STERN COMPAN Home of Fine Furnishings 16 South Main Street Phone GA 2-5821 AND M. PARTY MART Everything for a Party Imported and Domestic Wine and Beer Imported and Domestic Cheese and Macaroni Ricotta Cheese Route 25 at Coles Rd. Franklin Ohio WE DELIVER Phone GA 2-0202 RGY A. WHITE CO. . DEAN 8 BARRY PAINTS . IMPERIAL . WALLPAPER . LINOLEUM . PLASTIC TILE WE INSTALL FLOORS G WALLS 16 South Main Street GA 2-5821 LET U THI K When we build, let us think that we build forever. Let it not be for present delight or present use alone. Let it be such work as our descendants will thank us forg and let us think, as we lay stone on stone, that a time is to come when those stones will be held sacred because our hands have touched them, and that men will say, as they look upon the labor and wrought sub- stance of them, "Seel This our father did for us." - - - John Ruskin RIDGEMDNT CONSTRUCTION CO. Chas. A. Losekamp, President Developers of Ridgemont Acres, Westchester and McCauly Roads, Pisgah BILL AND SONS GA 2 3311 AUTO PARTS CG. 104 C f d Street Middlet Oh HAUSELMAN FRONTIER TRANSPORTATICN CO. 3QWl-INC5 LANE5 TF: - - M a - :A 4- - S- f -1 125 P k St et Ph GA 2-3644 834 Y k Ph GA 2 0155 600D-BYE HIGH SCHOGL usling congratulates Mark Daley, Gardner Schola CONGRATULATIGNS TO THE CLASS OF I957 THE GARDNER BOARD AND CARTCN HALSEY'S MEN'S SHOP Joe Hatton, Fenwick student employed by HalSey's,tries a coat on Joe Andreotta also of Fenwickg Bill Flavin, Fenwick Junior and Joe Ditmyer, Fenwick Sophomore look over some summer wear. BE SMART BUY SMART LOOK SMART A HOT ROD IN 1957, BUT ------ Here's a cool job that will really march. From a standing start, she'll clobber just about anything on a drag strip. Yet in a few years, this car will be a Hhas- been.H High school students will pass it by because it has "an old internal combustion engine." The gas turbine is coming. Just when depends upon how soon scientists and engineers iron out all the gas turbine production problems. We have more problems than we have scientists and engineers to solve them. That's why it will pay you to study all of the mathematics and science you can. Big things are ahead for young men and women with technological training and skills. 0 ARMOO STEEL CORPORATION N f ",, ! ' ,- 7, I 'Nw x, 6 f 5 gg INTER- COLLEGIATE PRESS Publishers - C over Munuhnturers - look Binders FACTORY - HDME OFFICE Kansas City Jw!- 1 Y QV.. Q , 'V , , , ' 3.4, '- ff'-' '- V' f ' , A X " ' 'V 7- - , , ...V 'V - T .pug g 1 , Wy. ., -N . 2. ff ' ' All 1 -V 1 1 ,, Y,., 3,1 "V, L . . 5 , , if 1 ' I 'T' '-A '- ., f fx, 1, ,, 1.3210 L- ' 9 . , ., . , l , V Y. 1,32 " . 5 ' 4-'fr ff V'- .mf .UMA -..-pf . , "L ,. g.i1Q'ffwg-,1f,fQ"'g 'F ' la' T 1 wiv .,gf'N5'bAiVgr.r. ' Q55 .. 'iw A-' ' ' ' f.'TV3'p.45:,',g'-- :L V V, HV A ,. .i,h,.. A ,avian .57 .. , M. , , V V V :Vi ' -. , V' X ,. '7 , ' . ' . Vin! 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