Eisenhower High School - Lance Yearbook (Russell, PA)

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F nn.- x 'gr' 3 .1 f ' f 4' sp . 611168 1959 11' I A17 A-7 BUILDING THE STAIRWAY E FOR SUCCESS PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OE EISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOL R D 1752 AKELEY PENNSYLVANIA I f A El' f e I if AZ' S fi' 1 Y Ai -Y . LH DEDICATION We the Semors dedrcate thlS yearbook to you our mothers and fathers who have helped us ln so many ways You have made rt poss1b1e for us to have th1s beaut1ful new Elsenhower Hrgh School You have helped us f1nanc1a1ly by atrendlng our class funcuons and bllylllg arucles that we have sold For all these thmgs plus many many more we your sons and daughters ay Thank You May God bless you for all your wonderful co operatron throughout our school years Class of 1959 2 , V , , -, . , .. H - . , - ,S . DEDICATIO The class of o9 proudly and gratefully dedrcates IIS yearbook to Mrs Paulrne Norton whose gracrous smrle and warm frtendly greetrng have brrghtened the halls Ersenhower Hrgh School for seven enjoyable years Wrnnrng the admlratron and esteem of all who know her by her cheerful personalrty and many krndnesses Mrs Norton besrdes berng an effrcrent mstructor rn Englrsh and geography grves generously of her trme and effort rn sponsorrng the I-uture Teachers of Amerrca Club yearbook advrsor cheerleaders coach and head of the Englrsh Depart ment Our deep apprecratlon can never be fully expressed for her contrrbutrons and her progressrve rnterest rn the welfare of our school Agarn we say Thank you 3 ? ,ri , ' ' ' ' ' ' of THE EDITGRS SPEAK We, the co-editors of this year's LANCE wish to say "Thank You" to all the people who have helped in the publication of this edition--to our advisor and other teachers who have aided us in many and various waysg to our patrons, who have contributed so generouslyg and to our fellow students without whose support this issue would have been impossible. To the members of the yearbook staff we extend our personal gratitude for the wonderful co-operation and help given to us. The teamwork which you have displayed during the conception and production of the LANCE has helped us tremendously. To the students of Eisenhower High School we express the hope that in years to come this yearbook will recall many fond memories and long-forgotten incidents of the year 1958-1959. It is our fervent hope that this edition will be enjoyed by all who read its pages. M7 4 fi' if fhfu X E is ,js 9 Helen Collins John 1.2551 nger For devoting her time to our Senior Play and school newspaper, we wish to thank Mrs. Collins for assisting us in these ways Although Mr. Felton isn't with us this year we wish to thank him for helping us w1th our Junior Class activities and Junior Play We want to thank Mr Lassinger for gurding us in our class functions and rn promoting our trip to Washington For the many tlmes Mrs Marsh has helped prepare foods for our various projects and act1v1t1es we say Thank You To Mr Redin, we would like to express our deepest thanks for all the photography for our yearbook We wish to thank Mrs Rosendahl for the difficult Job of putting make up on for the plays 'No Boys Allowed' and "Mystery f Crazy Canyon Ranch " To you Mrs Schmldt, we 1n apprecia tion for the many hours you have unselfrshly devoted to guiding our class, for your per petually good natured att1tude, leave our deepest gratitude and fondest memories Paul Felton Geraldine Marsh ' ' ' ll ll . ' . ' - o . JW KF R r ff' J 5 if 7 fl W W William Redin Avis Rosendahl Paulene Schmidt BOARD SEATED: B. Bairstow, T. Stohlberg, O. Lindell, H. Kays, A. Briggs, A. Abbott. STANDING: W. Lester, W. Barlow, D. Skinner, F. Marsh, E. Spicer, C. Peterson, K. Frank, A. Akins, F. Lewis, C. Anderson. ABSENT: Dr. G. Riley, J. Stewart. BUILDING: W. Lester, E. Spicer, C. Ander- son, A. Abbott. ABSENT: J. Stewart. NOT SHOWN: HEALTH AND ATHLETIC: K. Frank, Dr. G. Riley, F. Marsh, D. Skinner. OF EDLICATIO The following pictures present the Northern Area Joint School Board according to the membership and organization which was true on November 12, 1958. Without the Board of Education our public schools would have a slim chance for existence. We, Americans, proudly boast of our free education. The men and women elected to this office must be courageous, dependable, and trustworthy. The highest standards of education, as well as many other school functions, lie in the hands of these few men and women. The Board of Education deals with all problems confronting our school. We are grateful for the careful consideration the Board gives in arriving at each decision. Eltflllill lllulltiml PERSONNEL: T. Stohlberg, B. Bairstow, O. Lindell, F. Marsh, A. Akins. TRANSPORTATION: C. Peterson, W. Barlow, E. Spicer, F. Lewis. 6 WAYS AND MEANS: W. Lester, I-I. Kays, A. Briggs, B. Bairstow, C. Peterson. in-V 1, ..- 4 ' Q51-Q . . . Y , 2 1? 91 . , 'M :KX f F' 'Q' 7 -Q -an 1. i 4' ry pa' Y, ,f. 5' , , , .s ,ps H f if 1 5 i ' , 'S ,V 4, s 1 PSN S f va Q06 The Pennsylvama Buck and Clay Products Assoc1at1on has recently publlshed a booklet entrtled The Future Is Here To day On 1l1S cover IS a prcture of the front steps of a modern school bu1ld1ng as rt would appear when school 15 bemg d1sm1ssed and chtldren are enthusrastrcally turnlng therr footsteps homeward The theme of the booklet follows the 1dea that because today s chrldren are the future rn 1ts chrldhood rt IS not the expedrent value whrch should determrne a school burldmg It IS rather the lastrng value whrch should be the gutde As th1s yearbook becomes the reader s possessron another year IS about to close for the students staff members drrectors and c1t1zens of Northern Area As these persons proceed from th1s academrc year rnto therr respectrve tomorrows th1s book wrll become the reposrtory for the names faces events and places whrch th1s phase of each lrfe has known Although that record rs excrtrng and rnterestrng today 1ts contents wrll acqurre added srgnrfrcance as days yet to be bom focus the rnterpretatron of therr events upon the memorres whrch l1e herern It IS to be hoped that each person w1ll then remember thrs year of school as one wheretn the lastrng value was the fore most factor rn each 1nc1dent frrendshlp and memory whrch has become a part of our FUTURE S INFANCY' ffffzifnf 8 ' DM " EVERETT A LANDIN Supervrsrng Prmcrpal Alfred Umversrty A B M Ed Pennsylvanra State Umver srty D Ed Mlss PHYLLIS CURRY Secretary to the SLlP8l'V1Sll'lg Prmclpal Y ' 'i , . 1 . . ,, 11 - - - - 1 1 - 1 1 . , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , . . 1 o 4 TR TIO Mrs. MARION CARLSON Secretary of the High School HAROLD W. LANDIN Principal Houghton College, A.B. Syracuse University, M.Ed. Califomia State Teachers College Industrial Arts Certification Mr. JOHN BINNEY Assistant Principal Social Studies Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. sity, M.Ed. 1 Mr. HOWARD THOMPSON Director of Guidance, History. Clarion State Teachers Col- lege, B.S. Penn State University, M.Ed. 9 Pennsylvania State Univer- Mr. NORCE LUVISON Administrative Assistant Social Studies Clarion State Teachers College, B.S. Western Reserve University M.A. 5 My Mr. WILLARD EKDAHL Mr. ROBERT GLARNER Mr.. Jiirvrgs HEDMAN MIS. 4 '- Mrs . HELEN COLLINS Mr. FRED BAUER, Athletic Director, Boys' Physical Educa- tion and Health, Slippery Rock State Teachers College, B.S Mrs. HELEN COLLINS, English, Speech and Journalism, Ger- man, Edinboro State Teachers College, B.S., Western Reserve University, M.S. Mr. WILLARD EKDAHL, Mathematics, Edinboro State Teachers College , B.S. Mr. ROBERT GLARNER, Social Studies, Pennsylvania State University, B.A., M.Ed. Mr. JAMES I-IEDMAN, Industrial Arts, California State Teachers College, B.S. Mrs. LUANN LASSINGER, Home Economics, Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Mr. JOI-IN LASSINGER, Mathematics, Indiana State Teachers College , B.S. Mrs, LUCILLE LEATI-IERS, Girls' Physical Education and Health, Oberlin College, B.S. Mr. JOHN LASSINGER Mrs. LUCILLE LEATHERS Mr. LUCIAN LEVRIO Mr. LUCIAN LEVRIO, Commercial, Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Nlr. ROBERT LINQUIST, Art Supervisor, Art, University of Arizona, B.A., M.A. Mr. ALBERT LYFORD, Supervisor of Music, Music, Penn- sylvania State University, B.S. Mrs. CARMEN LIVEZEY, Social Studies, English, Latin II, Taylor University, A.B. Miss MARY MANGUS, Music, Mansfield State Teachers Col lege, B.S., Pennsylvania State Teachers College, M.Ed. Mrs. MADELINE MCCLURE, English, Allegheny College, B.A. Mr. JOHN M. NEESE, Social Studies, Biology, Drivers Edu- cation, Clarion State Teachers College, B.S. Mrs. PAULINE NORTON,English,Socia1 Studies, Clarion State Teachers College, B.S., Pennsylvania State University, M.Ed. Mr. JOHN M. NEESE Mrs. PAULINE NORTON ROBERT LINDQUIST Mr. ALBERT LYFORD Mrs. CARMEN LIVEZEY Miss MARY MANGUS Mrs. MADELINE MCCLURE Mr. DOUGLAS OTT Miss MABEL REESE Mrs. AVIS ROSENDAHL Mrs. PAULINE SCHMIDT Mr. JOSEPH SOPER Mr. WILLIAM REDIN Mr. WILLIAM REDIN Mr. DOUGLAS OTT, History, University of Pitts- burgh, B.A., Allegany College, M.A. Mr. WILLIAM REDIN, Science, Math, Pennsylvania State University, B.S. Miss MABEL REESE, Librarian, Seattle Pacific Col- lege, B.S. Mrs. AVIS ROSENDAHL, Special Education, Taylor University, B.A. Mrs. PAULINE SCHMIDT, Guidance Counselor, Busi- ness Education, Indiana State Teachers, B.S. , Pennsylvania State University, M.Ed. Mr. JOSEPH SOPER, Vocational Agriculture, Pennsylvania State University, B.S. Mr. RICHARD L. St. CLAIR, Biology, General Science, Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Mrs. GERTRUDE STOHLBERG, English, French, Latin I, Elmira College, B.A. Mr. RICHARD L. St. CLAIR Mrs. GERTRUDE STOHIBERG Mrs. ORRIE W. MAASZ School Nurse. Clearfield Memorial Hospital, School of Nursing Pennsylvania State UHIVEYSIIY R N I ll W Dr JAMES J ROGAN Dental Clrnlcian Dr ALFREDA GRANT School Physician y , ', J! 18' fi S3 f ff? fig .-ii 'Iv 4 1 I.: CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Geraldine Marsh, Mrs. Jane Gage, Mrs. Romaine Griggs, Mrs. Jennie Bowers. ABSENT: Mrs. Evelyn I-Ialler. CUSTODIANS STANDING: Clarence Sherrard, Lewis Van Ord, Emerson Spicer, Donald Hagberg. SEATED: Jennie Lyon. Inset: Lillian Rockwell 'l F15 X1 BUS DRIVERS STANDING: Marvin Bergstrom, Ed Barrett, Joe Rutsky, Mike Zurkan, Bert Strong, Roy Allenson. KNEELING: Lavern Decker, Fred De Watter, John English, Ken Loomis, Gail Decker. ABSENT: Wayne Ostra nder. 14 .:, . M , gig, '-I 1 . x0'?5 A S . ,M 1. .. ,Q . .ur 1' : QI . yifk? 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C ASS GF 9 OFFICERS 2a Sally Grlggs, Llnda Thompson Larry Rrgal Carol Wolcott, Larry Ludwlck Absent James Fox We the Senlor class of 1959 wrsh to thank all the parents faculty school board members and all other groups or 1nd1v1duals who have helped us as senlors to be a success Soon we shall leave the envlronment of rhls great school to see what the future holds rn store for us Upon graduatron we shall all go our own ways w1th some gomg far away and others stayrng 1n thls rmmedlate vrclnlty But wherever we are even after many years have passed we shall never forget the happlness and success we have had durlng our school days at Eisenhower H1gh We also w1sh the comlng class of 1960 lots of luck and success ul the1r senror year Xagfgff Presldent Larry Rlgal Vlce Presldent Larry Ludwlck Secretary Carol Wolcott Treasurer Lrnda Thompson Ass1stant Treasurer Sally Grlggs Parlramentarlan James Fox 5 4 .. , ' 7, N a 4, ' - amz.-f v -V A -I YV W f ,- V I , -' ' an Q K K tx V sr-wwf' ,Q r ,e , r ' 4 r I ' , 4 ur Lk , , . 2 Y I I I . . . KATHLEEN ANN ABBOTT ior Play. CAROLYN JUNE ALLENSON "Chubby" Tall, blonde, soda jerk at Jenkins, plans to go to col- lege--Bible Club 10,11,l25 Intramuralsg Cheerleader 10,115 Band 105 County Band 105 Homeroom Secretary and Treasurer 12. DEANNA ELIZABETH CARLSON Always laughing, talkative, dreamer, long dark hair-- Bible Club 10,11,125 Dance Club 11,125 Fl-IA 105 Intramurals 10. 17 llKathyll Short, cute, friendly, always on the move--Bible Club 10.11,125 Dance Club 1O,11,125 FTA 105 Fl-IA 105 Choir 105 Cheerleader 1O,11,125 Intramurals 105 Jun- its-ix 9' FREDRIC DAVID BRASINCTON "Fred" Athletic, especially likes football, skating at Russell, wild child--Dance Club 11,125 Varsity Club 1O,11,l25 Football l0,11,125 Prom Court Attendant 11. BETTY ANN CHASE "Bet" The Mrs. of the class, friendly, dishpan hands, willing worker--Bible 10,11,12, Dance Club 10,11,12, Stu- dent Council 123 Band 10,11,12, County Band 125 Dance Band 10,115 Choir 10,11,125 County Choir 10,11,123 District Choir 11,125 Hall Monitor 10. 9' 72 i ' ' Q, .. 1- - ,,- ,gif LARRY GRANT CHILDS "chic" N V- Tall, slender, sandy hair, great farmer--Bible Club Q., ,-- , 1O,11,12, Dance Club 10,11,12, Dramatics Club 11, it . " , -' FFA 1O,11,12 fSecretary 12,5 Basketball 10. 'N KATHRYN ELAINE CLARK "Kathie" Quiet, good commercial student, has a sweet smile, FRANCIS CHESTER CRAKER "Fran" Main interest is Joyce, whiz on wheels, teacher's pest, easy going--Dance Club 10,11,12, FFA 10,123 Field and Stream 10, Basketball 10 11' F otball 10, Intramurals 10. i 7 0 18 pleasant manners--Bible Club 10,11,12, FHA 10,11,12. ELIZABETH CULBERTSON "Cub" Athletic, nice, neat and trim, smart, dimples--Dance Club 10,11,125 GAA 10,11,12 fTreasurer 1115 Choir 105 County Choir 105 Girls' Basketball 10,11,125 Intramurals 1O,11,125 Junior Play5 Vice President 105 Newspaper 11,125 Scorekeeper 11,125 Yearbook 12. A Quiet, artistic, forgetful, has a way of her own--Bible Club 10,115 Dance Club 10,11,125 FHA 105 QRe- porter 101. CALVIN EUGENE ECKERT "Eckert" Class room cut-up, drives a yellow '57 Ford, carefree, Chandlers Valley kid--Bible Club 10,125 FFA 10,11,12 QVice President 1215 QActivity Week15 Track 10. BONNIE MARIE EKDAHL "Red" Our Co-Editor, red headed flirt, helpful, college bound--Dance Club 10,1l,125 GAA 11,12 fSecretary 11, Vice President 1215 Student Council 10,125 Band 10,11,125 Choir 125 County Band 10,125 Dance Band 10,115 District Band 11,125 Trumpet Trio 10,11,125 Girls' Basketball l0,ll,125 Intramurals l0,11,125 Hall Monitor 105 Junior Play5 Newspaper 10,l1,125 Year- book 12 fCo-Editor15 Homeroom Treasurer 11. SALLIE GENIEVE DILKER "Sal" LYNN GRANT FIRTH "Lynn" Sleepy head, flirt, likes to walk, likes coffee--Bible Club 10,113 Dance Club 11,125 Field and Stream 103 Junior Play, Newspaper. BONNIE JEAN ERIKSEN "Bonnie" Likes skating, small in stature, commercial student, has a way of her own--Bible Club 12, Dance Club 10,11,12, Dramatics 10,113 FTA 10. f ev IW f ' Il JAMES EDWARD FOX Tall, shy, plays football, girl hater--FFA 10,11,12g Vice President 113 Parliamentarian 12. GAYLE L. CAGE "CKY le "Carol," man with the big wave, Cable Hollow Kid, nice person to know--Bible Club 10, Camera Club 10,11,125 Junior Play, Newspaper 123 Dance Club 1O,11,125 Field and Stream 10. llJimll PETER JOSEPH GLOTZ Girl hater, lots of fun, our miler, uses the word "there" a lot--Varsity Club 123 Football 11,123 Intra- mural Bowling 113 Track 10,11,123 Newspaper 12. SALLY JANE GRICGS "Sal Eyes for the opposite sex, helpful and smart, keen on "Carl"--Bible Club 10,11,12 fSecretary 10,3 FTA 12 QVice-President 12,3 Hall Monitor 10g Homeroom Vice-President 12, President 113 Co-Treasurer 123 Assistant Librarian 123 Newspaper 10,11,123 Yearbook 12. 21 llpetell RODNEY HERBERT GOURLEY "Gourley" Hot rodder, a future farmer, freckled faced, shy-- Bible Club 10,125 FFA 10,11,12 fPresident 12,5 Farm Show 11,123 National Plowing Contest 123 FFA trip to Toronto, Canada 10,3 Track 10. fi 4 is JOYCE EVELYN GRUBER "Jo" Cute, neat dresser, flirt, ticklish, always on the go-- Dance Club 10,11,12, fSecretary 10,5 GAA 10,11,12, fPresident 12,3 FHA 123 Student Council 10,11,12, fErie Delegate 10,3 Choir 105 County Choir 105 Girls' Basketball 10,11,123 Intramurals 10,11,12, Prom Court Attendant 113 Hall Monitor 10, Yearbook 12. RAY ALLEN GRUBER "Loverboy" Drives a Ford, cut-up in English, "Donna," dnxmmer boy--Bible Club 10,11,125 Dance Club 1O,11,12, Choir 1O,11,12, County Chorus 10,11,12g Basketball 10. ALTON WESLEY HENNING "Rick" Crewcut and baby blue eyes, "big" flirt, likes sports, French Student--Dance Club 10,115 Varsity Club 11,125 Basketball 10, Football 1O,11,12, Intramurals 11,123 Track 10,11,125 Newspaper 12 fCo-Editorj. 21,3 5 'f Q 7 FLORENCE MARGUIRETTE IRWIN "Flo" Willing worker, good-natured, independent, pleasing to know--Bible Club 10,11,12 fBible Club quiz team 1o,11,12y, Choir 10,11,12 fLibrarian 10,1113 County Choir 1l,12, Intramurals 105 Newspaper 12. RONNIE H. JOHNSTONE "John" Works at "Joe's," great sense of humor, never a dull moment, Gayle's pal--Camera Club 1O,11,12 QVice- President 10,115 President 121, Varsity Club 11,125 Basketball 10,11,12g Track 10,11,12, Volleyball 11. 22 RICHARD CLARENCE JONES "Dick" F1orist's son, willing worker, seen but seldom heard, sets his own pace--Hall Monitor. BALDUR GEORG KUTSCHKE "Kutch" Likable, the friendly type with a nice personality, our rope spinner--Dance Club 10,11,12, Dramatics Club 11,125 FFA 1O,11,12, Field and Stream 10, Foot- ball 10, Homeroom Vice President 12, Junior Play, Newspaper 12. CAROL LEE LARSON "Carol" 4 The peroxide blonde, a ready smile, neat dresser, G - agreeable--Art Club 10, Dance Club 113 FHA 10,113 FTA 11,12 fSecretary and Treasurerjg GAA 125 Intra- . murals 10, Junior Play, Newspaper 12, Yearbook 12. A 1-3 W Ne as v 'f sf 4 it if , If n"'i,, 4' CONNIE LOUISE LoHNEs "Connie" Musical, peppy cheerleader, blonde reserved for Dick--Dance Club 10,11,12, GAA 11,125 Varsity Club 123 Choir 1O,11,l2, County Choir 10,11,12, Choir Accompaniment 12, Band 10,11,125 District Band 10,11,12, County Band 10, Dance Band 10,115 Boys' Glee Club Accompaniment 10, Girls' Sextet 12, Intramurals 1O,11,12g Girls' Basketball 11,125 JV Cheerleader 10, Varsity Cheerleader 11,125 Junior - Play, Newspaper 12, Yearbook 12. ' 23 " 10. LARRY MARTIN LUDWICK "Squeak" Intelligent, our other Co-Editor, sure to succeed, music lover--Bible Club 12, Student Council 10,125 Band 10,11,12, Choir 1O,11,12, County Band 10,11,I25 County Chorus 10,11,12, District Band 11,125 District Chorus 10,11,12, Newspaper 12, Vice President 12, Yearbook 12 QCo-Editorj. f - VC ,s.-t 7 f I fl ,, fi-"' 1 7175 I was H f 1 , lf ' I lf" -fl ,if V 5 . ,fl AW ,li I I ,w ' M ML JA, , .' 1" , ,V X ,' WMM n My ,J if -f A ' CATHERINE JEAN MACK Got the car, want a ride? Skates at Corry, not fond of school, seldom a worry--Bible Club 10,11,12, Dance Club 1O,11,12, FHA 10 QConvention 10,5 FTA 10, Choir 10, Intramurals 10, Hall Monitor 103 Yearbook ,sw , 12. 24 DONNA JEAN LONGENECKER "Long" Cute, tidy, with a twinkle in her eye, friendly to all --Bible Club 10,I1,12, Dance 10,1I,129 FTA io, FHA 10, Student Council 115 Choir 10,11,12, Intramurals JANE MARILYN LUNDMARK "Shane" At home behind the wheel, blushes easily, Joyce's friend, likes to have fun--Bible Club 10, Dance Club 10,113 FHA 12, GAA 10,11,12g Choir 10, Girls' Basket ball 10,11,12, Intramurals 1O,11,12, Homeroom Presi- dent 12, Newspaper 11, Yearbook 12. "Cathie" DENNIS RAND MCNALLY "Denny" Those beautiful legs, friendly man with high blood pressure, at home on the gridiron--Dance Club 10,11,125 Varsity Club 11,125 Choir 10,11,125 Basket- ball 10,11,125 Football 10,11,125 Intramurals 11,125 Track 10,11,125 Volleyball 11512. l 125 Yearbook 10,11,12. NANCY LOUISE MUCZYNSKI "Nance" Eyes for the opposite sex, enjoys a good time, pretty, has many interests--Dance Club 10,11,125 FHA 105 FTA 105 Varsity Cheerleader 125 Intramurals 105 Junior Play. DAWN ELIZABETH NOBBS "Toby" Peaches and cream complexion, a whiz on roller skates, has a pleasant manner, cheerful--Bible Club 10,11,125 Dance Club 10,11,125 FHA 105 FTA 10 fTreasurerj5 Choir lO,ll,l25 Varsity Cheerleader 125 Intramurals 10. 25 JIM LEWIS MICHIELSEN 'Mike Our artist, riot in English, cute, never in a hurry FFA 10,11 QFFA Trip 5 Chorus 105 Football 105 Newspaper J 105 Junior play. E x' LARRY MARSHALL RIGAL "Marsh" "Figaro," interest in Penn State, never without a word, basketball--Dance Club 11,125 Basketball 11,125 Foot- ball 125 Intramurals 11,125 Track 115 Volleyball 11,125 Newspaper staff 125 President 12. 5 i ? DOROTHY ANN SCHENCK Mischievous, lively, chatterbox, "number please"- Bible Club 11,125 Dance Club 1O,11,12. FRANKLIN DALE PENLEY "Bud" Hot rod, small in stature but big in heart, big dark brown eyes--Bible Club 10,11,125 FFA 10,11,12 ftreasurer 11,1215 Activity Week Penn State 11,125 Farm show 11,125 National Plowing Contest 115 Stu- dent Council 11 QVice Presidentj5 Student Council Convention 115 Hall Monitor 115 Homeroom Secretary LINDA LEE ROCKWELL "Linn" X-ray worker, smart, teacher's headache, busy-- Dance Club 10,115 Bible Club 105 Dramatics Club 10,115 FTA l0,l1,l25 GAA 125 Intramurals 105 Hall Monitor 105 Junior play5 Newspaper 10,115 Yearbook 12. llDOt!l 26 J-'. 'A 44,13 RALPH EMER SON SHAW Why go to school?, likes a good time, goes his own way, always in Warren--Bible Club 10, Dance Club 11,125 Field and Stream 10. RONALD WILLIAM SI-IERRARD "Ron" The other twin, nice person to know, drives a Chevy, easy to get along with--Bible Club 10,115 Basketball 105 Track 10. , Y if 1 llRa1Ph H DONALD CLARENCE SHERRARD "Goose" One of the twins, willing worker, deceivingly quiet, friendly to all--Bible Club 10,11,12g FFA 12. 1:1 111 " a f , A' L " ,lb F DOROTHY RAE SLOCUM "Dottie" Engaged, talkative, school isn't her main interest, likes to type--Bible Club 1O,11,12g Dance Club 10, FTA 10,11,12 fSecretary-Treasurer 11, Reporter 12,5 Choir 10, Library Assistant 11,12. ,3 ,Ml Sx- 4 Y mr? if I was 1 I 'U ORA JANE SMITH MARTHA MARIE STOHIBERG "Mart" Music lover, studious, presents a neat appearance, our flute player--Dance Club 10,115 GAA 11,125 FHA 103 Band 10,11,12, County Band 10,11,12, District Band 11,125 Choir 10,11,12g County Choir 10,11,12, Girls' Basketball 11,123 Intramurals l0,ll,l2, Junior Play, Newspaper 12 fCo-Editorj, Student Council 12, Year- book 12. ,ggeuoillf SARAH MARY STUART Stubbom, easily flustered, determined, goes to C0rry-- Bible Club 10,115 Dance Club 10,11,12, FHA 10, Band 103 Choir 10. Q , ff: za llorriell Infectious giggle, the life of a party, loves "rock and roll," friendly--Bible Club 10,11,12g Dance Club 10,11,12, Dramatics Club 105 FHA 10, FTA 10,11,12 fPresident 10,123 Vice-President lljg Choir 105 Intra- murals 10,113 Hall Monitor 105 Junior Play. KAYE MARIE STORMS "Kaye" Popular and cute, easy to make friends with, spic and span--Bible Club l0,l1,12, Dance Club 10,11,125 FHA 10 fConventionj3 Intramurals 11,123 Homecoming Queen Attendant 11, Homeroom President 12, Presi- dent 10g Prom Court Attendant ll, Junior'Play. "Sarah" LINDA LOVISA THOMPSON "Linda" Friendly, serious minded, assumes great responsibility, excels in shorthand--Bible Club 10,11,12 QSecretary- Treasurer 111, FHA 10,11,12 fVice-President 11, Treas- urer 12, Second Vice-President of FHA County Counciljg Class Treasurer 11,12, Newspaper 12, Yearbook 12. C V PAUL LENARD TUTMAHER "Tut" Red blusher, rugged football player, popular, a smooth dancer--Dance Club 10,11,12, Varsity Club 11,12 fPresident 121, Band 10, County Band 10, Football 10,11, 12, Track 10,11,12, Intramurals 11,12, Class Secretary ll, Junior Play, Newspaper 12. EDWARD MARTIN VOECELE "Butch" 0767 Tall and slender, likes golf, enjoys a good time, quiet --Rifle Club 10, Choir 10gJunior Play, Newspaper 12. v CAROL JEAN WOLCOTT "Carol" Dependable, dislikes school but a good student, those big blue eyes--Bible Club 10,11,12, Dance Club 10,11,12g FHA 10,11,12 QPresident 12, Historian of FHA County Council 121, Class Secretary 125 Homeroom Secretary 12. 29 MARVIN EUGENE WORK "Marv" Avoids homework, a tease, busy doing nothing, a sports enthusiast--Dance Club 1O,11,12g Varsity Club 11,123 Basketball 105 Football 1O,11,12g Intramurals 11,125 Track 10,l1,12g Junior Play. LYNDA EMILY WRIGHT Dark eyes, always talking, likes to dance, a friend to all--Dance Club 10,11,125 FHA 10,11 Nice-President 10, Convention 101, Hall Monitor 103 Yearbook 12. Shuns girls, on the tall side, "me and my Ford," hails from Sugar Grove--Dance Club 103 FFA 1O,11,12 fReporter 12,5 Football 10. 30 DAVID WILLIAM YOUNIE "Younie" BOR YESTERDAY 1 Q n u ' MJ A ,- B. N bb xawcksen O S K- Abbon 1 B. ID 3 'Sn --. C. Wolcott Ekdghx R- Co Ul'IQy A. Henning D. PQHXQY C' LOhm-5 L- Wright F. Brasinggon L. Firth-J. Gruber D. McNally f - L. Rockwell L. Ludwick .. ,,..-ww-'A"m'W 1 6 it Q 4' . Lx BGR YESTERD Y .....4, -hh., f D. Longenecker R. Sherrard D. Sherrard K. Clark B. Culbertson 'ls bus' L. Tompson 32 N. Muczynski , ,. 1, A ,.,,. . ij V ' B. Chase M. Stohlberg F. Irwin K. Storms UPERLATIV S "THE HEAVENLY TWINS" MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST POPULAR MOST COURTEOUS Sally Griggs Larry Ludwick Kaye Storms Paul Tutmaher Connie Lohnes Larry Ludwick ...Auv- CLASS CUT UPS BEST LOOKING FRIENDLIEST Ora Smith Ronnie Johnstone Dawn Nobbs Fred Brasington Ora Smith Dorothy Schenck Baldur Kutschke Connie Lohnes MOST STUDIOUS CUTEST MOST ATHLETIC Linda Thompson Larry Ludwick Joyce Gruber Dale Penley Beth Culbertson Denny McNally A--J l QQ J.. . 3 MOST TALKATIVE BEST DANCERS MOST MUSICAL Ora Smrth Ronnle Johnstone Connie Lohnes Fred Brasington BOHHIE Ekdahl Larry Ludwlck -7n-- BIGCEST FLIRT CLASS HOTRODDERS Dorothy Schenck Alton Henmng Cathie Mack Paul Tutmaher Deanna Cal D 1 Pe le BEST DRESSED Joyce Gruber Alton Henning U PERLATIVE THE HEAVENLY TWINS 4- ali... Q ,. I- a' 'z 5 A .x + , ""-,s'f. ', ' '?3""" ev . .,,,,-W'-' , Q I . ' L.!' T-v , K ' 5 ,H '- ,,. Q , W f. if fly? ,Mu iff. 1 E' 4, -.saqrr -, . ,5 ., ,.,.. gf. 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' 2 l Simi 'M il: Moran Morando Muschick Nobbs Nobbs North Onufer Penley Phillips Robbins Rutsky Salhoff I960 Schuyler Sears Stewart Stewart Taylor Van Cise Wells Gif 2 - Viv- : ,'A 1, fl I. -4 I x S. NA '- 419' ,o1'.0q a da! vpn tge- J V T 1 4--'A' 02091 oovfv ,1f,. vi! yr-Q-,,,,, H A,,.,.-- 2-f 5 I I 1 r :Sl 'ff ' '4 QV 4 ' H ll Qi? E x ffff frog COOP vevf ., x, .1 L I I Allen Allenson Allenson Atkins Blomgren Bosco Brezee Brown Bush Bush Carlson Carlson Concoby Costlow Dufresne Fehlman Fitch Flasher Fox Gertsch ,l. f,x J' J ' w L if ' 7 X 7 JAH L Wfnx . Grant Haller Hice Hitchcock . Hotaling Holt Irwin Johnson . Johnson Johnstone . Jones . Jordan . Kelsey . Kutschke . Lang Lauffenberger Lauffenberger . Laurence Livezey Z Lohnes CLASS OF I96I x. 1 J ' V .LL.UX,, J fl f . . i . f ' X A. Ludwick D. Marsh D. Marsh B. MCMi11en D. Micheal B. Michielsen T . Martin P. Morrison P. Nobbs T. Nobbs S. O'Donne11 D. Owens G. Perrin M. Peterson R. Petersen H. Porter J. Reed S. Riggle M. Rockwell P. Schenck C. Shaw G. Skinner N. Sliter C. Smith J. Smith P. Stanton B. Stuart A. Swanson C. Sweeney M. .Sweeney ,.,,v v . x. 1,11 IXNV I-JL r 1' 5 . 1 ' Pb LL LV U X ig ,uni TAD LT 'Q IJ J R , 6 lf J , 'fa ,R It 'F fr J if fm U . . ' A X' if I ' L" L J I .JV N L 1 X ws! K J if cf . 'V V K! vi ' f L, i A J- fi i, x. A .iv ,JA f ' 1 M. Thelin R. Thompson J. Troxell R. Tudor E. Uberg , ffv V-3 L .J C. Van Ord M. Van Ord B. Voegele C, Wilcox T. Wolcott fx G " .ge-1 ff' 's .,, 'iss f to Q I , 9' . Ax u f: 'A , 1. ff :W - . I " " Q . ' " ' T ' ' -"5 fl! X - '.I"Py N , fs 0 M .Q S .. Nz' s "" T PM if K D.. ' . 4 S , S s S fi 1 a a S I 2 . K 4, , 'L ,vi .Y 1 W it ,Q film N Q f if .2 -v 1 iw. 2 7 p., B. Shaw "l in ' ' H , , I Q., ' S if 5? TJ ff. . f 1, T 1 .. . ., ....... ' ' rdf ' ' A l.Vr.' V V 5 m 2 A .4 fc f J Q? ss? 1 , I in 1. f Q12 M. v A 4 , 29 10 f 4 f n YZ... J, r W 4 f H Y , , , A , am f ' 3 Q f ,ifvl-1--5 fi, 'K ' V g il :AWV ' ,, mg 3 ,X 3 2' 'g.4 "2aww " 2, 9 ' Wwlx V awbw rm, I .Q 1 14 t 9 'ev ' ' Comfortable . . J I up Q ww .sm , ,, mi ' 1 ' , Kathy 8zOna1ee x How innocent really' ,M fam' A nh as ' 3 We're no angels Qlumbermg 2574 my Ravi I Laura The sack dress Topsey II ,,,..f-1 ,..,--- 11-1-1- ,,,...11- -,...,-1 on -vw 'hd """lh'PBlvn-xglfvvg 0000? 'ff OOO -.-,...1-- u ...--4t...-- ii- 1 1 O ',i '- Allenson Allenson Anderson Beck Beedle Bennett Black Black Briggs Briggs Carlson Clark Clover Craker Culbertson Darling Darts Deemer Delleemer DeWatter C ASS OF fur if Durfey Dufresne Dunn Durne ll Eggleston Ekdahl Erickson . Erickson Ferry Flasher Fraizer Frank Gage Gage Gantz Griggs Hale Hitchcock . Holmes Homer Jackson Johnson Kelsey Knapp 962 Slocum Smith Southwell Spangler Swanson Swanson Swanson Taylor Trask Van Houten Vilardo VVehster Wilcox Willis Wilkins Wood Yeskey W. R Lyon Matthews Mahan Marquis Marquis Martin Michael Miller Moore Moran Morando Morando Muczynski Olson On gley Pantall Passinger .Q Philips Pratt Pratt 41 L. Richards F. Rodgers J. Schott S. Schott J. Sears ' f M .sf 1-1 . C7 X ni' v -X ' x cy l ia 3 1, Q e M f Q, , s .r if 1 s ' als- QQ, fir ICQ A s e C fx-gf -L l,.fff-,, Q kQ,LL! 129, . K f'ff-C3i,Z7Lf,,,xgko6 K VC f LAX J aff!-'64'f4m1f-cy . mzzwf .1--, 10' ' Cl an X s 4 ' .M .. " t ' A Q s . Sv 1 ,Q 4 'sk -.gg gb Vi YL.: Allenson Anderson Ash Baldwin Biehls Black Burroughs Burroughs Bush Bush 1 Carlson jf Carlstrom .V4 Collins Craker Devereaux Dexter Duell M. Dumas P. Durfey L. Eccles CLASS O Elslager Elslager Feeny . Fellows Firth Gourley Gra Y Groves L LL Hale Hale Haller Hindsdale Jackson J esperson Johnson Knapp Larson Lauffenbuger Lindell Livesey c F Lohnes . Machemer Qv ,gi , m fi? T-' . . Martin ' ,- "N , 1 is ' l 4 D . McCullough ,M 'W ' ' I N , McKinney y K 'D ' 5 , ,., I I W ' ' J l - ' - . Killa . McMillen . Miller . Morrison X Qu . Muczynski -'L Norbeck ' 4 S. 5 Owens H ' ' Peeples f. V V I Randall ' 4 0- ' m K 'Q :Q , 'if Q' Riggle '. . . I ' ' ' , ' in' ' K Ristau ' ' g cz, ,LL I Q Q V I S is VN g E. Rhodes ' A T. Rutsky fl f 4' fi ,vpn S.Saber 3' 6' 'N M ,' S. Schuyler f' f s- ' A ' ' M.. "7'! s 4' if V ,tg rj 3 . 4 ff- 'H+-:y"hv A. Smith V V, Smith M- t P ,., A V ,, ,. V W. Smith I, " ,' M' 7' " ' aaa' ,in 'Q "' S. Stanton ' -4 if , r , , ' - -r -4 ,R it 1, W -"' W W ,Q dz I tl Q -. It ffl' A W Stewart JJ, ' ' Storms '9' I Stuart ' - 'f 'ni ' Swanson . 4. , ' ,1 ' 1 ,A V- V Lg, K 'Q 'wig' '1 Sweeney W- W if-f S or , it '53 N-3 '.1 A ' A A . 1 ' , I V ' ' Urbanski Van Houtcn A Van Houten " '4 'V w " Venrnan . f K , I ,vw- Vilardo Q7 ' " , 2 -J a -4 ' f mu ' vgi Wells West - 7 Williams QQ-ss, Wolcott 'L' I - Younie W V' ,Q Q Q1 '23 4. J ..A, Y' H 9 . 'L if ..,. ver J glif I J ,3,fI? M. Abbott Andersen Atkins Bairstow Barrett Baxter Bennett Birt Callan Carlson Carlson Carlson Childs Clark Costlow W. Craker C Dexter Diethrick Eggleston Ellberg Enos M. Falconer r- C ASS OF I gs. NE .lx P!!! K. Ferry M. Fox D. Cray D. Gruber' R. Gruber J. Hagberg M. Hansen . Hartley C, Hartman R, Hinsdale C, Hitchcock Irwin D. Irwin C. Johnson . Johnson . Johnson . Johnstone Jones Leathers . Light Linder Lord Love Lyon D. Martin D. Martin Martin McCoy Moore Morrison Niles Nobbs . Nodzak . Norton Olson . Pantell . Pantell . Pantell Pederson Penley Perrin Petersen Peterson Peterson Porter . Prowitt Reed Richards Riggle Sheilds 964 Skaggs Stewart Stewart Stohlberg Stuart S wanson Swanson Thomas Thompson z ' rfi 1. l rw nfl 'fi X 4 P so 3 r ji X S. Rockwell W. Schoonover G. Shaw J. Sliter Tonkin O leg: A.. ' fi A Z ' - 2-, ii Troxell ' 'sv Trumball 1 Q, f H Tutmaher Tutmaher Tudor Tudor Uber E Van Houten Weilacher Whitford Wilcox Williams ' J cv, 'xii , W f 4 'UQ' Voegele ,Ig ,Q 1 Wright 5 wi Q ,M ' pm, 'I' l. ,I , I " ,--5 A' , ,fo D Jil 4 .W., efk 19-s . Q .,s., 3 A A S 1.2, JC' S A 1 'viii , , t f V,-Q " ax, - . 90517 ,4 ' ff 1 ,P V" , 7 , J, , fa , V L 1 ' ' .V A " K 1. 'Q aw hh.: fa-gi SPECIAL EDLICATIQN CLASS Dennls Dxlker Susan Dllker Norma Fellows Kenneth Gray Leslle Gourley Janet Gruber , A if in dw Ruth Ingerson Mary Kelsey Ronald Olson Beverly Schow Donald Phxlllps 50 Roger Stewart Thomas Van Houten df S llE'1 l"ll 'W ,,,,,,l'-- gi D A K Y , sg 5 ": : WY.. ., i, ,-mi? - 4- . - f-. 2'. -,.--unqu-. Q I S . v u ,.- gp, 1 'P 4, W I 5 I - - 4 , , -..s, . . xs li + ,.,- t .,, ,,.,-- h 4 , L' , 'ry 4 , fa A f ' 2 ,, F , ,V 1. , . 1. ,1 x . 1 x Thi P r , L K e E 1 1 i .1 ,gk f ..- . -- .., , . rf: in-9 H ' , ' ' -X YXXS' -if 'X nd Cn "1 OW 1: P. Glotz, L. Firth, F Brasington, L. Riga , B. Kutschke, D. McNally, A. Henning, M. Work, P. Tutmaher, A. Knapp. ROW 2: T. Philips, . Fisher, G. North, J. Stewart, C. Brailey, K. Williams, A. Robbins, D. Weston, B. Angove, M. Beedle, S. Carlson, D. Ar . ROW 3: Coaches: Mr. inn , Mr. Hedm , T. No s, A. Ludwick, D. Owens, T. Grant, B. Petersen, R. Darts, W. Longenecker, T. Woo ,' . Eg eston, G. Bailey, E. Uber, A. C c b . Coac es: Mr. Luvison, Mr. Bauer. ROW 4: Managers: F. Burgett, P. Gahringg B. , . 'ng, D. W , J. Schott, R. Passin- g , . , . , . , . 5 :I-I.A11nson,W.K'p1e olc ott Darll L r-1 DD "1 'U ntall Pa 2 5.1: :- o s: io Q Q4 -4 2 Managers Bu sh Holt C D Peterson M EI H Port el' "1 ,f N F I Qi" 'iw lf. I3 1' ' N , fr ":AW.w,rv1 ' 4' v. .xx li' R 'V i' 9 Wax BNN ,,. Q o 'QB 5 I If A -wry, in if-,f,:V .5 ,., f "ve 4? 1 " is x I X fi, 'ff ff JU IOR HIGH FOQTBALL ROW 1 J Norton, M Wxllxams D Sweeney T Moore, D Wo1cott,B Pantell P Swanson, G Mart1n,L Wllllams ROW 2 J Stuart, G Blehls, C Thompson, W Venman D Rxggle R Porter G McCullough, C Storms,M Uber Mr Bmney ,we VARSITY PRACTICE SES SION 54- 44" Af. 3 N we r , K A y K ,If Ka 51 LLI LLI l.l.I BA KETBALL VARSITY ROW 1 A Ludwzck L Rrgal D McNally D Work ROW 2 Coach Bmney S Carlson R Darts M Beedle K W1111ams P Gahnng Denny' Although the 1958 1959 season was a losrng one the Northern Area Kmghts garned experrence sklll sportsmanshrp and teamwork They gave to the school through therr hours of hard work many thrrllmg games Some games surpassed others but all were well played and Northern Area rs proud of every game and every player ,rj sas , , N ww .sf f 1 x I I xv vi X ' BASKETBALL JuNloR VARSITY ROW 1 H Allenson R Thompson D Owens E Uber R Peterson P Carlstrom ROW2 Coach St Chau Manager M Peterson J Smrth, J Stewart T Grant L Lwezey C Braley M Concoby W Stuart ROW 1 W Venman M Mahan C Thompson R Porter J Norton L Ekdahl ROW2 Coach Lassmger L Darlmg J Schott T Beck J Eggleston J Moran P Allenson F Lohnes 57 JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' BASKETBALL VARSITY ROW 1 S Hartman, B Hook L Eggleston D Dexter J Penley ROW2 Mrs Leathers L Rockwell J Lundmark M Stohlberg, C Larson B Culbertson B Ekdahl J Gruber JUNIOR VARSITY ROW2 R Glotz M Rockwell N Shter J Allen S Hal1er,C Wxlcox C VanOrd 58 : . . , . , . , . . : I ' ! ' I ' ' 7 ' ! ROW 1: S. Riggle, M. VanOrd, M. Thelin, U. Marsh, C. Bosco, M. Sweeney. : . , . , . ' , , , . . ' , . TRACK ROW 1 P Gahnng K Wrllxams T Martm D Owens H Allenson A Ludw1ck, D Thompson, J Sm1th J Srggms L L1vezey,G Barley ROW2 Coach Hedman D Work A Robbms B Darts, L Rxgal M Work R Hennmg P Tutmaher, J Enghsh, A Rowland J Angove D McNally, P Glotz C Braley J F1sher S Carlson Coach Bauer Marv Denny' RICK 220 880 QM118 Relay Hurdles and Drscus 100 220 440 "Pete" "Paul" "Ronnie" 880-Mile Relay 880-Mile Relay Mile-440 CHEERLE DER VARSITY ROW 1 J Darhng ROW2 N Muczynskx C Atk1ns D Nobbs ROW 3 C Loh Kathy' Comme .-Nancy' S E N I O R Dawn : . ' . : . ', . ' , . . : . nes, J. Sears. 4, , n ' u , n u S CHEERLE DER JUNIOR HIGH ROW 1 I Norbeck A Flrth ROW 2 S Johnson K Stewart Morando ROW 3 J Sears C Vllardo ,W S JUNIOR VARSITY ROW1 C Olson B Gray ROW 2 J Penley J Allenson S Beedle if Y ,I Get 'em Boys' All wet' 'GX Bottoms up ' Over the an waves N 62 Mooch' Jump hxgh Jump low , . 99 , E A gm.. V ' x ,V J . .,1 , H Q lk 's , , Y n 1 I N nw T H9 Boys at the Farm Show Ford Tractor 63 41-'JW 7,3 5 X K8 e FFA, I , V " I , I .. L.. .is "4 l - fo" gn fcnloyvg- Q X 5 : ' Y , 7 fy'-x ' .nb - Q' Q L "4"15 5 f .J "Cross your Fingers" "' il Hlnteresting? " 'No Boys Allowed' ' mam M3 A am C ll, 'That Crazy Canyon Ranch " "The blg cutup' "Our TV stars "Semor 1r1s 1955" W A3853 "The Muczynskx c an' 'Lynda Shexla and Kathy" S PsSx'l,P5X0S Q6 E I 5 1 l i ,r x x I ji A 5 f 1 A. I 1 4. I 9' .-4232, h ,., ww, 4 -. 'E "-ry: A. ,. ' , I U r 4 ,f.....-"' 4 V .L -.Luz , , - , ,, . ,. fzf12i,"g1f-f'fsM at an 'xl-H-, ...,f'f'f'f9. I : .-f'1.fL' 1,2 . wfzqw as-ye tl! E- ua E nd 5 U un E- B IJ-1 O R Peter Ch D T V W B F T C B On an Sw N II U-I J wart rx on io Q52 www .-1.-xQ'1OndO LL L J Duf esne J Cu bertson P 0 ando M Sweeney -D -C HS "J en OD be e ton S PQ. she d c.va ofa M.Vn d D.w B. S. H er D. S. Saber rom man erg -C D.E ai 3 all : E 6 A lson lst o Sx J. C. Bos J. Car L. C C. K. Fox J. C. M. C. .DCI L-4 W N02 :Ev-I Jo vezey P Stanton be an 820 :I 2 of NE 4-W 'gs Bu' O30 Z -.-HEUE u..-aomwi.. caddmwii A 8 355 :g E .2 4 u. ni L4 O sf' f 4 I .... .ac ith tanton Swanson r: 9,3 gd E gl-3 Wu: cn? odaei Cx E8 3:--e 0 5 So 5 I 1 Olin C ttyul C 'IB Larry "Bonnie" S Taylor J Stewart M Stohlberg dahl BEk ck Ludw nney L cK ,P.M 'ii Q, -.ii 1 .-C ' M artha Jw 1 '-.1 P- H - ' 1. -. 1 .Ja L A 2 11 EC TRUMPET TRIO lst ROW M VanOrd P McKmney B Ekdahl 2nd ROW C Lohnes compamst GIRLS SEXTET DISTRICT ORCHESTRA LEFT TO RIGHT S Taylor E Gage B M Sweeney Chase S Atkms M Stohlberg B Ekdahl C Lohnes accompamst 68 I 2. ,. ,. . .. ,HC- 1 s e. ,. ,. ' 1' 1- 9- ,- , . MIXED CHORLI ROW 1 M Holmes K Knapp C Olson, L Matthews, S Bnggs F Rodgers, B Horner C Deemer, E Rhodes, J Sears ROW 2 J Clover, S Johnson, S Grlggs D Hale, K Swanson, G Webster S MUCZyHSk1,L Gage ROW 3 G Clark B Pl'll11lPS ROW 4 D Erlcksen, L Brlggs J Ferry, P Allenson, E De Reemer, J Trask R Hxtchcock F Wxlcox, D Sweeney R Mlller, C Black L Ongley ABSENT S Johnson, K Stewart B Haller M155 Mangus OUR MUSIC TEACHERS MI Lyford 69 Bennett, Kelsey, J. Marquis,.T. Beck,,J.'Schott, J. Moran, J.'Egg1eston., K.. , . . : . ' . ' , . . . - . , . G , . . . , . l . , n-4 3 nd 0l'l' S0 MM Fellows D Lord an Hartm nS YW D Flasher P DCS xJJo lco C U -4 v-4 5 O T Nobbs D Nobbs aller SH 11k ns VW YY rego DG C DC 2.WeI'2 E O v-4 1-4 3 nd v-4 v-4 v-4 1-4 .-D .-D Z L Lvezey R Gruber D Mc Uber O 1: M. van Ord, D. Longenecker, S. Riggle, B. Lohnes, C. Satterthwait, J. Van Cise, D. Marsh, F. rwin, S. Taylor, N. Vinton, C. Smith. ROW 2: . an Ord, E. Schuy er, G. Brezee, J. Al n, .Wi , . , . , .I i , . , C. Smith, M. , . , . i n. O 3: M. Stoh berg, S. Atkins, B. Chase, L. Egg est n, P. McKinn y, N. L , . , . ' i , . , . , . , P. o s, C. Carlson, C. Black, B. McMi an, N. S iter, J. Muschick. ROW 4: Z. Nobbs, D. Marsh, T. Nobbs, W. Kipp e, D. Owens, J. Dufresne, R. on,. ',. ,. ,. i,. ,.'i,.',.off,E. ,.i ,. ,.- ally, D. Weston, J. Stewart, G. Gage. ABSENT: B. Ekdahl, C. Fehlman, C. Lohnes. lh Sa R 1th In 111 ps J S T Ph Y ob C onc A ck Ludw L llenson A H Peterson M dwlck A Lu X18 SIO Jh Z COUNTY CHORUS STATE BAND John Stewart, 3rd Trombone -....,-...,...,.-.. .. ,-.......,...., -mm.. -. .M wig, -I W. , -uv..-af ,L ., 4 L- O .-1 P'- KG I-' VD L. V1 I-4 E Q M. .D .D O Z Q H. 0 CD C O O0 C O -I Q .sh 3 S K.: 2 Q C Q U 3 V3 .ll 3 O ni 71 ui vm U C .C O u-I U uc.. E Q: C.. ns E .c aa u. U n-4 U Z N Z vf :ia L- Q3 .o .-. .:: o 4-I U7 2 Vi .n .Q o Z ni 63 3 O CC S GJ N Q .E -I .J C.. 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Grub BOYS GLEE CLUB lst ROW C Morrrson F Lohnes J Eggleston P Reed A Stewart, S Pederson, L Chrlds M Fox, J Barrstow, B Irwm D Swanson E Drethrrck 2nd ROW D Randall T Rutsky G Hale R Shreld R Anderson, P Durfey, T Wnght W Schoonover M Wrll1ams,J Dexter R Llght D Stohlberg K Johnson R Gruber J Penley 3rd ROW M Clark C Lrndell J Stuart, K McK1nny, G West, R MCMl11lH C Thompson D R1gal,B Nrles, G McCullough M Fel lows K Ferrle D Johnson, G Martrn J Baxter G Stuart D Ellberg GIRLS GLEE CLUB lst ROW A Carlson, B W1lcox,E Marqums, J Rlggle L Lmder A Pantall, S Barrett, G Bennett M Hansen,M Whltford P Love,M Pantall K Blrt C Valardo 2nd ROW M Tutmaher,M Tutmaher,B Olson S Short B Lyon C Hrtchcock B McCoy, P Thomas, C Rlchards, C Voegele B Jones, M Falconer D Mart1n,S Troxell D Martln 3rd ROW J Slrter S Abbott B Nobbs L Andersen J Peterson, R Morrlson, C Dexter A Carlson, T Johnson, S Leather S Burroughs K Co1l1ns,E Knapp 4th ROW J Slocum V Smrth C Bush, S Carlson, D Wolcott R Gourley J Garrett J Owens,B Peterson, S Rockwell I Norbeck 5th ROW G Mlchlals B Vanhouten, J Jackson, B Jackson L Duell E Frasrer D Darts C Baldwm C Pratt R Yeskey P Durfey V Cage 6th ROW D Black B Black, F Flasher M Morando J Dewatter,A Spangler L Ash R Sh1rley,J Peeples J Youn1e,J Elslager, K Groves,S Elslager 9 l I I . , . . , . , . , . , . . , . . . , . , . . 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Q A 4 ROW 1 T Wr1ght,C Satterthwaxte, S Johnson, G Webster, C RlCh3.1'dS,F Lohnes ROW 2 D Penley J Gruber,M Stohlberg B Ekdah1,P McK1nney C L1vezey,B Jackson, J Smrth ROW 3 L Ludw1ck,H Porter, L R1ga1,R Hen nrng J Swanson, F Burgett, A Ludwlck NEWSPAPER STAFF Lohnes B Culbertson, F Irwln, L Thompson ROW 2 C Wolcott J Gruber, J Lundmark K Storms,D Nobbs L Wrlght, D Carlson, S Grrggs C Allenson, O Smlth B Eckdahl M Stohlberg ROW 3 B Kutschke R Johnstone, L Ludwlck G Gage, L Rrgal P Tutmaher R I-Ienmng, P Glotz, J Mlchxelsen E Voegele W Klpple 74 . : . , . . , . . ' ' , . ROW 1: S. Johnson, K. Abbott, D. Longenecker, B. Eriksen, J. Culbertson, C. . , . - , . . . . . , . l . , . 1 , . . l: . , . . l . . H . , . , . . . , . , CAMERA CLUB lst ROW J Balrstow C Morando L Lwezey B Petersen J Shott R Jordon 2nd ROW R Johnstone M Balrstow B Voegele C Fehlman J Culbertson F Irwm G Gage LEFT TO RIGHT S Atkms P Lord D Slocum O Smlth Mrs Norton Advlsor M VanOrd C VanOrd C Smith S Grxggs 75 FUTURE TEACHERS OE AMERICA VARSITY CLUB ROW 1 W Angove, P Glotz, M Work, D McNally R Hennmg, L R1gal,B Kutschke ROW 2 P Gaming, M Beedle W K1pple,A Knapp, G North D Work K W1l11ams,T Phllllps F Burgett A Robbms ROW 3 M Peterson,D Owens, S Carlson, P Tutmaher, R Darts, J Chase, H Allenson, A Ludwlck Mr Bauer ABSENT L Frrth, R Johnstone,J Fox ROW 1 C Larson L Rockwell B Hook C Atkms, C Lohnes, J Gruber, B Ekdahl J Lunclmark, B Culbertson, M Stohlberg ROW 2 Mrs Leathers, J Muschlck, M Sweeney C Bosko, D Marsh M Thelm, M VanOrd B Lohnes, S Rlggle C VanOrd L Atklns ROW 3 M Rockwell N Sl1ter,J Allen S Haller, G Skmner, S Hartman, L Gebhart, C WIICOX, R Glotz, J Penley 76 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SENIOR HIGH LIBRARIANS ROW 1 D Slocum, S Gnggs D Dexter ROW 2 J Eberhart B Chase L Gebhart M Rockwell P Lord S Atkins D Irwm ROW 3 C Smith, R Glotz S O'Donne11 N Laurence JUNIOR HIGH LIBRARIANS well J Rxggle BEHIND desk ROW 1 S Jolmson D Hale O Frank L Childs ROW 2 B Jackson C Lxvezey J Peeples, B Haller V Smxth, B Van Houten S Johnson ROW 3 L Duell C Ba1dw1n,B Rhodes, L Ash F Lohnes 77 Left--Right, FRONT of desk: K. McKinney, C. Lindell, S. Muczynski, S. Rock- BIBLE CLUB ROW 1 D Thompson, L L1vezey,S Atkms E Gage,L Thompson, L Ludwxck, R Peterson ROW 2 D Longenecker,T Nobbs N Laurence, J Allen, C Fehlman, D Irwrn F Irwm,S Taylor,C Srmth ROW 3 R Gruber P Nobbs L Brown, K Storms, S Gnggs C Allenson, B McM1l11an,M Black, K C1ark,B Chase C Wolcott H A11enson,M1ss Reese ROW 1 D Gruber, W Craker, C Tonk1n,P Gah.nng,E Dretrlck, D Encksen, J Barrstow, R Stewart, J Scaggs R Olson,A Stewart, W Prowrtt, C Johnson, P Irwrn, L Chllds D Swanson, M Fox ROW 2 R Hmsdale C Hartman, T Atkms,B Cray, C Mornson, D Stohlberg, L Hmsdale, L Wrlllams, D Ellberg R Gruber, T Trumble R Lrght F Callan J Lord S Pederson G Hale D Gray ROW 3 L Lmder, C Bush,J Elslager K Groves, L Eccles E Marqu1s, C W11l1s M Whltf0Id B Nobbs S Abbott, S Johnson, E Rhodes, C Vrlardo, T Johnson,M Fal coner,B McCoy B Jones, P Thomas, D Martm, B Schow, S Troxe11,B Wrlcox ROW 4 S Barrett, K Collms, C Rzstau, J Sm1th,S Grrggs J Jackson, C Dexter, C Baldwm, S Rockwell C Lwezey, J Peeples, R Gourley A Carlson S Leathers, D Wolcott, D Fellows, M Kelsey, S Moore J Gruber J Peterson,T Swanson K But ROW 5 J Baxter, L Anderson,A Spangler, D Ha1e,J Clover, L Duell D Drlker E Frazrer, R Feeney, J Hagberg, M Uber, J Stuart Thompson, B Nxles, G McCullough B Wells D Johnson, K Ferry,V Gage 78 "Teenage Love "Bathing Be aut " Sharon Smllle Th1s IS where we serve our time Practxc mg Brenda ? What a life ' f ff fa H ff .v K Love that initiation V 'Say cheese SENIOR HIGH DANCE CLUB ROW 1 D Owens D Holt G Bush E Kutschke W Stewart,A Concoby J Smlth A Ludwxck D Marsh ROW 2 S Rrggle J Lauffenberger M Sweeney D Marsh B Lohnes, C Brezee B Mrchrelsen, C Bosko, S ODonne11 J Jones ROW 3 S Haller, D Irwm M Rockwell P Morrr son,N S11ter,B Johnstone J Lauffenberger P Nobbs T Nobbs ROW 4 C Feh1man,J Allen K Fox R G1otz,B McM111en R Jordan M Peterson P Stanton, L Bloomgren ROW 1 K Wrllrams, G North B Kutschke,M Work T Nobbs W Krpple A Knapp J Chase Erlksen, S Stuart, D Longenecker, D Schenck, K Abbott, C Mack S Drlker S Taylor, T Mar qurs, C Shaffer, J VanC1se C Satterthwarte N Vrnton D Dexter, B Gray A Robbrns ROW 3 O Smrth K Storms, L Wnght D Carlson, D Nobbs N Muczynskr L Rockwell P Tutmaher, P Glotz M Stohlberg, B Ekdahl V Wl1klDS, D Gregory B Gage M Lord J Muschrck S Stewart J Sears, L Gebhar-t,B Brasrngton, C Atkms ROW 4 B Culbertson, J Gruber A Henmng L Rrgal R Gruber D McNally F Graker,B Wells P McK1nney, B Salhoff J Anderson,B An gove, J Darlmg, J Eberhart, L Eggleston, M Barrstow, B Hook 80 : ' 1 ' O v ' 1 ' r - - 1 ' I 1 - I 1 I i . . . 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' . , . - ' JUNIOR HIGH DANCE CLUB ROW 1 D Atkms, R Stewart, C Morrxson, F Lohnes, D Erlcksen, R Martm B Gray E Marquxs, D Muczynldu R Anderson, R Shxeld S Schott, L Gage, C Vllardo I Norbeck, S Dllker, R Ingerson, G M1ch1a1s S Rlstau, J Owens,M Urbanskl ROW 2 L Ongley,M Fellows K Mc Kmney, C Llndell J Carlson G West K Co111ns,B I-laller R Gourley D Wolcott T Rutsk M Holmes, K Knapp J Sears, K Swanson, S Johnson, D Black,B B1ack,B Horner, L Ash L Burroughs J Youme ROW 3 L W1111ams, C Swanson, L Hmsdale D Cage B Phrlllps S Muczynskr I Frank M Morando C WllllS J Elslager, K Groves, S Elslager, J Slocum,A Spangler, J Smlth, S Deemer, S Saber, S Stanton, K Stewart B Vanl-louten, S Carlson, J Peeples ROW 4 C Storms, W Southwell L Darhng D Moran, J Mlller W Machemer, D Anderson C Olson, S Gnggs, F Flasher, S Brlggs C Pratt L Matthews, G Webster, S Johnson B Jackson, J Jackson, J C1over,L Duell C Ba1dw1n,S Hale ROW 5 L Bnggs J Marquls D Wo1cott,E DeRemer, R Passmger,A Vrlardo, G Kelsey G Bxehls R Craker, F Rodgers, J Culbertson,J Allenson, S Beedle J Eggleston, R Feeny T Wood E Frazler D Darts, S John son ROW 1 W Prow1tt,J Lord P Reed T Wnght J Eggleston, S Pederson, D Swanson,A Stew art C Tonkln, D Irwm, J Scaggs T Atkms T Swanson L Chxlds R Lx t R Hrnsdale M Fox ROW 2 M Tutmaher M Tutmaher, D Martm,B Schow P Love S Troxell J Rnggle J Sllter M Pantell ROW 3 S Abbott K B1rt,S Barrett, L Lmder M Hansen B Lyon, C Rlchards M Falconer D Mart1n,A Carlson ROW 4 M Whltford, C Hrtchcock B Nobbs J Peterson, R Morrxson, S Rockwell S Moore, A Pantall B Jones, B McCoy B Olson ROW 5 C Dexter L Anderson B Martm G Shaw,.I Stuart J Baxter, J Hagberg M Uber J Garrett A Carlson S Leathers T Johnson 81 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ROW 1: Mr. Soper, advisor, D. Johnson, J. Costlow, L. Childs, R. Gourley, C. Eckert D Penley D. Younie. ROW 2:1-I. Porter M. Johnson D. Wolcott T. Martm T Wolcott W Pantal C Craker R Pratt K Clark, J Chase ROW3 G Shaw, D Frtch J Carlson, R Hrtchcock F Craker R Pass1nger,J Van Houten J Martxn C Black, E DeReemer T Beck ROW4 P Car1strom,T Wood, T Van!-Iouten D Sherrard Elaxne LIVESTOCK QUEEN Elarne Schuyler was chosen from the Future Homemakers of Amerrca by the Future Farmers of Amerrca as Northern Area s Lrvestock Queen and ran for Drstrrct Queen at Ene Her sweet drsposl tron her frrendly nature make Elame nchly deservmg of thrs honor ...J-. J' x 5 82 Y ' 1 ! Y Y , . , . , . , . , . . . : . . , . . , . , . . - , . , . . , . . : . . . , . . . , . I 1 X . -tx . . , Q 14. ' 0 -...',-1,11 . 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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Table 1 D Wolcott S Schuyler Mrs Lassmger M Thehn G Skmner R Gour ley Table 2 C Wolcott J Gruber, R Glotz, M Sweeney L Thompson Stand mg J Gruber, N Vmton C Satterthwart J Van Crse, E Schuyler, E Gage J Lundrnark S O'Don.ne1l Carol Wolcott and Mrs Lassmger Carol Wolcott was the local wtnner of the Betty Crocker Search for The Amencan Homemaker of Tomorrow a nattonwtde contest sponsored annually by General Mrlls Local state and natlonal wlnners were determtned on the basts of a wrltten examtnatton concerntng all phases of homemaktng famtly relattonshtps chrltl development and care health and safety equtpment money manage ment foods and clothtng Carol also recetved the htghest state honor rn Harrtsburg The State Future Homemakers Degree TYPING DRIVER ADULT EDUCATICN - SHOP ART HOME EC ANCE STAFF ROW l Dorothy Slocum Lrnda Thompson Larry Ludwrck Bonrue Ekdahl Martha Stohlberg Lynda Wnght ROW2 Larry Rrgal Mrs Norton Conme Lohnes Jane Lundmark Beth Culbertson Joyce Gruber Jrm Nhchlelsen ROW 3 Alton Hen mng Lrnda Rockwell Kay Storms Carol Larson Sally Gnggs Carolyn Allenson, Marvxn Work We ve spent long hours gettmg everythmg to come out just the way we wanted rt to Some ttmes rt has been dtscouragrng but now we realrze that we learned a lot broadened our vrew pornts and had a fme t1me laughmg at some of the mtstakes we made The Lance Staff wrshes to thank each and every one of our advertrsers for therr patronage It rs through thrs support that we are able to produce such a frne yearbook It rs rather drffrcult to rrnagtne all of the trme and work that goes mto the productlon of our Lance but thrs rs all made much easter by the so called sponsorshrp of our advertrscrs We wrsh to thank all the students for therr cooperatron the faculty and admrmstratton the Amerrcan Yearbook Company Mr Robert Swanson Berthold s Studro Barrstow s Studto our own Camera Club Mr Redm and last but certamly not least Mrs Norton for her many hours of work her wonderful patlence and her advtce 87 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 5 "' 1 1 1 1 1 , . . . . 1 1 , . Y ' ' I I . , , . , . 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 - O Congratulations To The Class of I959 Unllmlted Opportunities Awalt YOU In The Jamestown Area .IAMESTOWN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WARREN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Warren Sugar Grove North Warren EMBLEM OIL COMPANY PENN FURNACE AND IRON . BERTIIOLD 'S STUDIO BERENFIELD BARREL COMPANY CERTIFIED ELECTRIC CORPORATION DENNIS COCIIRAN DARROW Sr CHASE GENERAL CONCRETE PRODUCTS LORANGER PLASTICS CORPORATION EMORY I. MAI IAN Abbott S Red 451. Whrte Akeley Grocery. 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