Fairview High School - Challenge Yearbook (Fairview, PA)
- Class of 1957
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For a lifetime of devotion and friendship we, the class of
1957, dedicate this Challenge to you, Mr. Joseph B. Tim-
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LLOYD E. BAUMAN- Supervising Princi-
palg BS Lockhaven State Teachers Col-
lege, M. Ed Penn State University.
CHARLES T. WOLL- High School Principalg BS Bloomsburg
State Teachers College, M. Ed Penn State Universityg Typing,
RUTH HEDDERICK- School Secretary.
IRENE DAGGETT- School Nurseg R.N. Hamot
Hospital, Villa Maria College, Edinboro State
JOYCE HETZ- English S eechg M.A
2 P ' . JOHN TOMIKEL- POD comm. ceog.
Aneghefly College 12 Homeroomi Semor I-list., Science, B.S. Clarion State Teichers
Class Play' TU-H1-Y' College, M. Litt University of Pittsburgh,
1113.1-Iomeroomg Yearbook, School Patrol.
JOSEPH TI.MIv1ONS- Sciences, B.S.
Pennsylvania State University, Edinboro
State Teachers College, 10A I-Iomeroom.
MARGARET MCEVOY- Commercial, B.A
Villa Maria College, 10A Homeroom.
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DONALD PAULSON- Artg B.S. Edinboro State Teachers
College, University of Pittsburghg 9A Homeroomg Sign
GEORGIA DeMARCO- Girls Physical
Educationg B.S. Slippery Rock State
Teachers Collegeg GAA, Twirlcrs, Cheer
Avis MCCLINTOCK- English, Historyg Bs.
Mansfield State Teachers College, Edinboro RALPH SHEPARD- Advanced Mathematicsi
State Teachers Collegeg 8B Homeroomg B.S. Edinboro State Teachers Collcgeg 7A
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JOHN RIMMEY - Boys Physical Educationg B.S. De-
gree, Lock Haven State Teachers Collegeg 8-3
Homeroomg Football Head Coach, Varsity Basket-
MILDRED ENDRES - Latin,
Guidanceg B.S. Degree, Edin-
horo State Teachers College
and M,A. Degree, Allegheny
College, Villa Maria, Pennsy
vania State University, Wes-
JANE WHITTAKER - History, PATSY STELTZER - Librariang B.S. Degree, Clarron
Civicsg B.S. Degree, Edin- State Teachers Collegeg Library Club.
boro State Teachers Collegeg
MARY JOHNSON - English, Spanishg B.S. Degree, CAROL SISAK - Home Economicsg B.S. Degree, In-
Clarion State Teachers Collegeg 9-B Homeroom. diana State Teachers Collegeg F.H.A.
WILLIAM VAIL - Mathg B.S. Degree, Clarion State MORRIS YOUNGDAI-IL - Mixed Chorus, Band, Musicg
Teachers Collegeg 8-1 Homeroomg Photography B.S. Degree, Pennsylvania State University.
B.S. California State Teachers College
Industrial Arts, Driver Training
Jr. High Basketball
B.S. Penna. State University
STANDING: M. Amos, S. Payne, F. Hotchkiss, M. Tresler, F. Hershehnan, and M. Shilling. SEATED: E
Stancliff, A. Johnson, L. Leslie fdieticianj, E. Vitter, and L. Miesel.
BACK: R. Manchester, F. Olmstead, and D. Miller. FRONT: L. Weidler, and L. Traut
BOARD OF EDLICATIO
Mrs. L. Kuntz, P. Stephany, H.G. Leininger, A. Miles, E. Leopold fPres.l, C.J. Kell Jr., T. Fergu
son, Mrs. R. Bremmer fSec. non-mernberj, Missing Donald Hervey.
Sorrow invaded our school when
Mr. Harold Holland, member ofthe
school board for 27 years, was fa-
tally injured following the Fairview
-Waterford Ft. Le Boeuf football
game on September 21, 1956.
SALLY ANDREWS - "ACADEMIC"
GAA 1,2,3,45 Letter 1,2,3,45 Pres. 2,3,45 Basketball 3,
45 Capt. 35 Volleyball 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Letter 35
Sec'y5 Pres. 45 Dist. Band 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Drum
Ga Bugle Corps 15 All Star Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 25
Music Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y 253,45 Challenge Staff 45 Jr.
Rep. 35 Hall Monitor 1,45 Class Treas. 25 Class V.
CATHERINE BLAHM - "COMMERCIAL"
Photography 15 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,4.
DAVID L. CLOSE - "COMMERCIAL"
Mixed Chorus 1,2545 Basketball Manager 253,45 Score
Keeper Football 3,45 Hall Monitor 2 5 Sport Club 1.
MARCIA COLE - "ACADEMIC"
Flag Twirling 3,45 Captain 45 GAA 2,35 Vice Pres. 35
Hall Monitor 35 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45
Class Secretary 253,45 Chaplain 45 Photography Club '
15 Sec.-Treas. 15 Challenge Staff 45 Jr. Rep. 3.
RONALD CORBETT - "GENERAL"
FFA 1,25 Library 45 Gym Club 3.
FHA 2,3,45 GAA 15 Hall Monitor 3.
ROBERTA DUDAS - "ACADEMIC"
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Letter 45 Majorette 1,2,3,45
Head Majorette 3,45 Letter 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Letter 15
FHA 1,35 Tri.Hi-Y 2,45 Girls Basketball 2,3,4, Girls
Volleyball 3,45 School Column 253,45 Twirling School
45 All Star Twirler 1,2,3,4.
ROY EATON - "GENERAL"
Basketball 15 Letter 15 Science Club 15 Football 2,3,
45 Letter 45 Varsity F 25 Photo Club 45 Treasurer 4.
JANICE CURRY - "COMIvfERCIAL"
STEVE ESTOCK - "GENERAL"
Varsity F 15 Football 1,2,3,45 FFA Treasurer 2.
SUE FERGUSON - "ACADEMIC"
Tri-Hi-Y 45 Treas. 3,45 Class Treas. 45 Band 3,45 Sec
3,45 GAA 3,45 Volleyball 45 Chorus 3,45 Hall Monitor
LOIS ANN FIESLER - VOCATIONAL"
FHA 1,2,3,45 Vice President 3.
DAVID GREGORY - "COMMERCLAL"
Basketball Manager 1,2,3,45 FTA 45 Sports Club 25
Challenge 45 Sports Editor5 Hall Monitor 3,4.
THOMAS GRESH - "GENERAL"
Sports Club 15 Hall Monitor 4.
TED HETZ - "ACADEMIC"
Baseball l,2,3,45 Lettennan 253,45 Football 1,2,3,45
Letterman 3,45 A11-County 3,45Basketball 1,2,3,45
Letterman 1,2,3,45 A11-County 35 Mixed Chorus l,2,3
45 Vice-Pres. 35 Pres. 45 Distzict Chorus 35 Band 15
aristy F 1, Art Club 1,25 Sign Painting Club 3,45
- Pres. 45 Vice Pres. 3.
PAUL HOGLE - "ACADEMIC"
Basketball 15 Letterman 15 Football 25 Photo Club l,2,
3,45 Pres. 35 Vice Pres. 45 Sec.,Treas. 25 Class Parlia-
mentarian 3,45 Challenge Staff 45 Photo Editor 45
Monitor 25 Yearbook Photographer 4.
CATHY HOLLAND - "ACADEMIC" ht
Challenge Staff 45 Subscription Manager 45 Mixed A
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Piano 1,2,3,45 District Chorus 3,45 ,,V5, '
Student Council 1,35 Secretary-Treasurer 35 Cheer- ii
leading 1,2,3,45 Letterman 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,3,45 Let-
terman 1,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Chaplain 35 State Rep-
resentative 35 Music Club 15 Pres. 15 Band 1.
GARY HORTON - "GENERAL"
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3g Music Club 3g Sports Club 1
LARA JOHNSON "COMMERCIAL"
FHA 1,2,3,45 School Column 3,45 Class Treas. 15 GAA
JACKIE JONAS - "ACADEMIC"
MARY NES - "COMMERlCAL"
FHA 1,25 GAA 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 4.
1 2 3 4 Ma'orettes 2- GAA l,25Tr1-
Mixed Chorus , , , 5 J ,
Hi-Y 2,3,43 Art Club li Hall Monitor l,2,35 Drum 8:
Bugle Corps 1.
INA KAUFFMAN - "ACADEMIC"
FHA 1,2535 Pres. 25 FTA 45 Historian 45 Challenge 45
Class Editor5 Volleyball 3,45 Girls Basketball 45 Drum
Gt Bugle Corps 1.
PEG KREIDER - "ACADEMIC"
Band l,2,35 Chorus 15 FHA l,2,35 Sec. 25 Treas. 35
FTA 45 Pres. 45 Challenge 45 Activities Editor Girls
Basketball 45 Volleyball 3,45 Drum :Sz Bugle Corps 1.
BETTE KRUSE - "ACADEMIC"
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Letter 45 FHA 1,35 Majorette 1
253,45 Letter 45 Fire Twirler 45 All Star Twirling 253,
45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 School Column 2,3,45
Basketball 45 Girls Volleyball 3,45 Twirling School 45
Pittsburgh Twirler 25 Hall Monitor 45 Office Staff 1,2.
CHUCK LESLIE - "COMMERCIAL"
Art Club 1,25 Hall Monitor 25 Sign Painting Club 2,35
Wrestling 2,35 FTA 45 Librarian 4.
FLOSSIE LICSKO - "COMMERCIAL"
FHA 1,2,3,45 Sec. FHA 35 Pres. FHA 45 GAA 35 Ma-
jorette 2,3,45 Letter 45 All Star Twirling 3,45 Pitts-
burgh Twirling 2 5 Twirling School 45 Basketball Man
ager 35 Challenge Staff 45 Assistant Business Manager
Prom Committee 3.
LOUANNE MCDOUGAL - "ACADEMIC"
Mixed Chorus 3,45 GAA 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Pres. 45
Class Treas. 3.
EDD MCKEAN - "ACADEMIC"
Football 1,2,35 Letter 35 Basketball Statistician 1,2,3,
45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Vice Pres. 45 Class Pres. 45 Student
Council 45 Challenge Staff5 Business Manager 5 Hall
FORREST C. MISCHLER - "ACADEMIC"
Class Officer 1,25 Sportsman's Club 15 Student Council
3,45 Student Council Pres. 3,45 Challenge Staff 45 Ad-
vertising Manager5 Football 1,2,3,45 Letterman 3,45
Basketball Statistician 2,3,4 5 Mixed Chorus 15 Baseball
Statistician 2 53,45 Hall Monitor 25 Prom Committee 35
Vice President North-Western District Student Coun-
JUDY MUNCH - "COMMERCIAL"
QQ' FHA 1,4.
OSCAR NIEBAUER - "ACADEMIC"
Sport Club 15 Art Club 25 Hall Monitor 25 Sign Paint
ing Club 3.
RALPH NIEBAUER - "ACADEMIC"
Sports Club 15 Student Council 2,3,45 Vice President
45 Sign Painting Club 35 Class President 35 Football 2, lil
3,45 Letter 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Let-
SHARON OWENS - "ACADEMIC"
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Music Club 1,35 V. Pres. Music
Club 35 Sign Painting Club 25 FTA Club 45 FTA Sec-
retary 45 Challenge Staff 45 Majorettes 1,35 Hall Mon-
itor 1,25 District Chorus 4.
GEORGE PANGRATZ - "ACADEMIC"
itor 1,2,35 Student Council 25 Bowling 3.
LARRY PAYNE - "GENERAL" ,
A Football 1,2,3,45 Letterman 1,2,3,4i C0-C2Pf2m.4s
Basketball l,2,35 Letterman 1,25 Baseball 1,24 Mixed
- char-at 1,2 5 Art Club 1, Varsity Club 25 Photography
Club 35 Wrestling 3.
SHARLENE PAYNE - "ACADEMIC"
Cheerleading 35 Majorette 2,45 Drum and Bugle 15
Office Staff 15 GAA 1,2,3,45 Letterman 1,2,3,45 Girls
Basketball 45 Referee 35 Science 15 Pres. 15 FHA 2,35
Vice Pres. 35 Historian 25 FTA 45 Parliamentarian 45
Girl's Volleyball 3,45 Jr. Girls Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus
253,45 School Column 3,45 All-Star Majorette 1,2,3,
GERRY PLATZ - "GENERAL"
FHA 1,2,3,45 Treasurer 3.
Football 1,25 Baseball 45 Sign Painting 1,25 Hall Mon-
JOHN RALPH - "GENERAL"
Football 1,2,3,45 Letter 1,2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Letter
3,45 Student Council 45 Hall Monitor 2,35 Music Club
FHA l,2,3,45 FHA Secretary 45 GAA 2.
GERRY ROBIE - "ACADEMIC"
GAA 1,2545 Girls Basketball 45 Girls Volleyball 3,45
Majorette 1,2,3,45 Letter 45 All Star Twirling 2,3545
Pittsburgh Twirling 2 5 Twirling School 45 FTA 35 FHA
15 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Letter 45
Hall Monitor 2,45 Office Staff 15 Library 2.
JANET SHYLER - "COMM.ERCLAL"
DONNA SMITH - "COMMERCIAL"
KEITH STAINBROOK - "GENERAL"
MARLENE STANCLIFF - "COMMERCIAL"
HOWARD STOL'I'Z - "ACADEMIC"
Entered Junior Year
Football 45 Letterman 45 Photography Club 45 Pres. 4.
SPENCER THORTON - "GENERAL
FFA 1,z,a,sp0frs crub 1.
JACK TIMMONS - "GENERAL"
Football 1,2,3,45 Letterman 2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Letterman 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,43 Letterman 2,45
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g Photography Club 15 Varisty F
TOM TITUS - "GENERAL"
MARY ANNE WALIACE - "ACADEMIC"
Band 1,2,3,45 Letter 33 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g Music
Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,43 District Chorus 4.
VIC WAISLEY - "ACADEMIC"
Football 1,2,3,45 Letterman 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,
45 Letterman l,2,3,45 Baseball 2,45 Letterman 2,45
Student Council 1,2,3g Class Pres. 1,25 Varisty F lg
FTA 4s Hall Monitor 2,4.
WALT WEISS - "Academic"
Baseball 2,45 Letter 2,43 Basketball 2,3,4g Letter 2,3,4g
Football 3,43 Letter 3,4g Hall Monitor 3,4g Sign Paint-
ing Club 3.
KENNETH WORLEY - "Academic"
Football 2,3,4g Letter 3,45 Basketball 3,45 Letter 45
Baseball 2,3,43 Letter 2,3,4g Photo Club 43 Sportsman
Edd McKean, President, Teddy I-letz, Vice President, Marcia Cole, Secretary,
Sue Ferguson, Treasurerg Paul Hogle, Parliamentarian.
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Perched on a cloud high above earth, Itrained the lens of my telescope on the newcomers to the Pearly
Gates. I recognized the character trying to pick the lock as my fellow classmate, Walt Weiss, who was formerly
the president of the Sealtest Milk Company. His milk deliverers, who were Ralph and Oscar Niebauer, were
trying desperately to climb over the gates but failed to succeed when Gerry Robie, with the help of Bette Kruse,
both compt. operators with the McKean Kc Holland Corporation, found a slate of buttons with several names at-
tached to it and hastily pushed the one labeled "receptionist". Presently the receptionist came who was none
other than Peg Kreider, who did such a good job on earth that she was permanently appointed receptionist for St.
As I watched them straggle in, I noticed someone sitting far off in the distance on a cloud with a drawing
board and pencil, working away. Iflew down and met my good friend, Louanne McDougal, who was rearranging
the structure of Heaven. It was then that I realized my old gang was going in to meet St. Peter and I decided
I'd follow along with them. Just then, far off in the distance, I though I could hear a voice behind me, saying,
"don't close those gates!" I waited, realizing I recognized the voice of the class cut-up, Roy Eaton. After Roy
caught up to me, I asked him what kept him so long and he explained that he had been a janitor at Fairview
High School and he had to work overtime. "Well, come on," I said, "or you'll be late."
Down the great halls lined with marble, which a well known mason, Jack Timmons, constructed, until we
came to the end where St. Peter was arguing with Forrest Mischler about the marks in his little black grade
book. Forrest, once a great doctor, won out as usual and was awarded his pair of wings. At St. Peter's right
elbow sat his efficient secretaries, Florence Licsko, Janet Shyler, Gerry Plan, Mary Ives, Clara Johnson and
Lois Fiesler. At the left, his accountant, Dave Gregory, who was formerly employed in Steve l'1stok's grocery
store. Next two stewardesses, Donna Smith and Judy Munch, who already had their wings, traded them in for
larger and more flexible ones. When Tom Gresh stepped up, St. Peter congratulated him on his fine work as a
mortician. Lawyer, Howie Stolz began pleading his case for Teddy I-Ietz, President of the United States, who
was impeached. Found not guilty, was the verdict and Teddy received his wings. "Well, I guess that's all,"
said St. Peter. "Ahem," said a weak voice beside me. It was Roy. "Oh, yes," said St. Peter, "we forgot you."
"I'm sorry, there are no more wings." Roy sadly turned away. Just then Spencer Thorton, a mail order clerk
on cloud 57, rushed a new order of wings, constructed by a successful engineer, George Pangratz. "Sorry I'm
late," Spence said, "but air traffic hadbecome congested when several angels locked wings at the corner of
Milky Way and Vine. They even called in Dave Close, the head of the FBI, because the traffic cop, Gary Hor-
ton, was on his yearly vacation.
I decided to stroll around and see how my old classmates were adjusting themselves. I walked under a ladder
and looked up and there was Jackie Jonas hanging out the Stats. "Hi, Jackie," I said. "Hi," was the reply,
"I've done such a good job on earth as a housewife to Bob, and I hung his wash out every week that St. Peter
placed me on this job permanently. I decided I was pretty well off with nothing to do and so I started on my
The next thing I knew a star had hit me on the head and I was picking myself up. Then Iheard Larry Payne,
former coach from Notre Dame, bawling out his star player, John Ralph. "I'm sorry," Moose said, "but those
new fangeled balls up here have five sides and I don't know which side to catch it on." Rearranging my halo
back on my head, I found I badly needed a fitting for a new one, so I approached a little halo shop that read,
"Janny's Shoppe." I entered the little door and seated myself on a cloud and awaited the halotician. To my
surprise, Janice Curry came to wait on me. I was glad to see she was another one of my old school chums. She
told me she was a beautician down on earth but graduated when she came up here. Suddenly the door flew open
and in walked Sally Andrews. "Hi, Sally," I said. "I hear you used your training as a Physical Therapist to reset
Ina Kau.ffman's back." "Yeah," Sal said, "she slipped on a block in her Child's Care Technition." "Hey," I
said, "have you seen Keith Stainbrook around?" "Yeah," she said, "I just passed his farm on the way over and
he was picking heavenly peaches." After Janny reset my halo I was on my way again.
As I approached the corner I noticed Roberta Dudas and Marcia Cole sitting on the curb commenting on the
food our head cook serves up here Marcia was a late Medical Secretary and Bobbie was a Medical Technologist
both on the Angelic Hospital "For twenty-five cents," Bobbie said, "you'd think our dietition, Mary Anne ,
Wallace could serve better meals." "Yes, but for twenty-five cents, what can you expect to have?" Marcia
asked. Idecided not to enter into that subject so I proceeded on my way.
Ithen entered a familiar building, which was the high school of angels. Ifound our rincipal, Ronnie Cor-
bett, was discussing some very important matters with the school nurse, Marlene Stancligf. One of the most
prominent students, Tom Titus, was sleeping on the couch in the nurses office because he had to catch falling
stars in his fish net to study for a Biology assignment. I went on further down the hall and Ipassed a room in
which I glanced in and saw Sue Ferguson busy teaching her elementary class. Sharon Owens and Chuck Leslie
were the head of the art department and were busy instructing their students on the fundamentals of art. Banging
away on the typewriters were the commercial angels and at the head of the class was their teacher, Cathy
Bahm. The last room I passed was the History room and the door was shut. On the door it read, Kenneth Worley,
History. I thought I'd better get back to my regular job and so I headed down the hall to the end and entered a
door reading, Gymnasium, St. Victor Waisley, Boys Phys. Ed., 8: St. Sharlene Payne, Girls Phys. Ed.
But just before entering my office, a light flashed in my eyes. True to form, behind the camera peeked Mr.
Paul Hogle, cub reporter for the Evening Star Herald. l:t's my guess that tomorrow's edition of the heavenly news
will feature headline pictures of our Clestial Reunion.
NICKNAME WEAKN ESS
Sally Andrews Sal Sports Elvis swooners
Catherine Bahm Cathy Clothes Snobbish people
David Close Clancy Food Shorthand
Marcia Cole Marcy? Moonlight People who smoke cigars
Ronnie Corbett Ron Courage Living .......
Janice Curry Jan Billy Air Force
Roberta Dudas Frenchie Chocolate milkshakes Elvis Presley
Roy Eaton Chyenne Weddings Unmarried woman
Steve Estok Blow Sioux-Z Big ugly dogs
Sue Ferguson Soupy Fun Third Eye
Lois Ann Fiesler Loe Boys Uniforms
David Gregory Dave Food Teachers
Thomas Gresh Greasy Pretty girls English
Ted Hetz Slats Sleeping Getting up in the morn-
Paul Hogle Zombie Pizza Weak hypo
Cathie Holland Vibrater Dancing Red Roses
Gary Horton Horty Model Planes McKean girls
Mary Ives Mary Rock and Roll Music Two faced people
Clara Johnson Tootie Roger The Navy
Jacqueline Jonas Jackie Bob FOF's
Ina Kauffman Ina Tiger tackle Jackie's jokes
Peg Kreider Peg f Fairview fullback Jackie's jokes
Bette Kruse "Chief" "Smokey" Those who like Elvis
Charles Leslie Chuck Art Typing
Florence Licsko Flossie Dancing Being stared at
Louanne McDougal Buzzard Cider Simian boys
Edd McKean G1-ouch Female gender Excitable persons
Forrest Mischler Misch Red Roses Certain study hall
Judith Munch Judy Jack Get married
Oscar Niebauer Osc Teasing People who ridicule
Ralph Niebauer Dimples Football Those who tease him
Sharon Owens Sharon Music Victor
George Pangratz Flirt A girl with blond hair Short hair
Sharlene Payne Shar Gym Classes Competition
Larry Payne Fuzz Peg Bossy teachers
Geraldine Platz Gerry Boys Two faced people
John Ralph Moose Football Alarm clocks
Gerry Robie Hobo Stuffed animals Rats
Janet Shyler Buggy Jerry People who tease her
Donna Smith Jaws Pizza Staying at home
Kieth szainbrook Big K John Deere tractors City slickers
Marlene Stancliff Sue Boys Going to school
Howard Stolz Tiny Beards People who steal pencils
Spencer Thorton Spence Joyce People who agree
Jack Timmons Marc Navy Typing
Tom Titus Tom Snuff School
Vic Waisley Dobin Sports Lousy referee
Mary Anne Wallace Wally Roller skating People who hurry her
Walter Weiss Snipe Sports Girard football team
Ken Worley Pork Sports Miss Whitaker
To be a Teacher
Get a job with the F.B.I.
To get married
To marry a millionaire
To be an actor
Watch people work
To be an accountant
Own a new Buick convertible
Be a tree surgeon
Take one good picture
Grow up gracefully
Start a family
To be a good wife
Child care technician
Be a teacher
See Jerry home
Get a Mrs. degree
Have a harem
Live regretting nothing
Successful in life
Get to Heaven
To get rich
Toget a job
Never grow old
To visit Africa
Be an onion farmer
Gain 10 pounds
Build a house
Coach like Rimmey
Make a million dollars
FAVORITE SAYING USUALLY SEEN
Honest to Pete!
Doesn't That Get You?
One More Class
May I Be Excused?
No, Seriously ....
Can You Believe It?
Get Out of the Hall!
What a Fit!
That's the Way the Ball Bounces!
'I'hat's a Right
He's So Sweet
He's So Darling
I Guess Probably
I'll Never Tell
But 'I'hat lsn't Fair!
I'1l Never Tell!
Two bucks worth?
Give me the paint
That's What Makes Me Mad!
Tough. . .
Gees Oh Man!
What Do You Think?
Haw and Gee
I was Absent Because. . .
You'd Better Believe It!
I Don't Know
At Least Make It a D!
Want a Fight?
In the cemetery
ln a fog
Hanging on the drinking fountain
At the Post Office
In study hall
Hanging out of broken windows
In the typing room
Coming in late
In the dark
Sitting on radiators
In a pink and black Ford
At her in-laws
In the room
ln the office
With a smile
At Peg's house
ln typing room
In blue 8a white Chevy
Out behind the bam
1956 Chevy convertible
Carrying absentee slips
ln the gym
With the gang
Visiting Tom Leopold
We, the graduating class of nineteen hundred and fifty-seven, do hereby commit
this, our final will and testament, to the hope that our memory will never be for
To the Faculty we leave Qif they will let usj.
To the Juniors we leave more dates on the calendar.
To the Sophomores we leave more empty lockers.
To the Freshmen we leave an empty fruit machine.
To the Seventh and Eighth grade we leave a quiet study hall.
Sally Andrews leaves her brain to FHS.
Cathy Bahm leaves her shorthand ability to Sally Kramer.
David Close leaves for the outside world with pleasant memories.
Marcia Cole leaves her flag twirling ability to the new flag twirlers
Ronnie Corbett leaves his witty remarks to anyone who can remember them
Janice Curry leaves her quiet manner to Judy Payne.
Bobbie Dudas leaves her flirtation to Anne Timmons.
Roy Eaton leaves his clowning a.round to John Stolz.
Steve Estok leaves a new window in the study hall room.
Sue Ferguson leaves her dimples to Mr. Youngdahl.
Lois Fiesler leaves the Home Economics room with scorched pans.
David Gregory leaves his secret of success lost in the corner of the Commercial room
Tom Gresh leaves the Commerci al course.
Teddy Hetz leaves his height to Rody Badykefer.
Paul I-logle leaves what is left of the Chemistry room in one piece.
Cathie Holland leaves her cheerleading ability to Nancy Baird.
Gary Horton leaves his books behind gladly.
Mary Ives leaves the boogie for Miss Steltzer to learn.
Chuck Leslie leaves the Art room empty.
Jackie Jonas leaves her stories to the 30th chapter of H.J. 's life.
Tootie Johnson leaves to start a family.
Ina Kauffman leaves her quietness to Joyce Titus.
Peggy Kreider leaves her smile to Mrs. Johnson.
Flossie Licsko leaves her place at the typewriter to Shirley Mantz.
Louanne McDougal leaves her dramatic ability to Milo Raub.
Edd McKean leaves his way with the girls to Dave McKean.
Forrest Mischler leaves wronged by the little black book.
Judy Munch leaves Kathy Findley in peace.
Oscar Niebauer leaves his Chemistry apron to Bob Kidon.
Ralph Niebauer leaves his skill in athletics to Tom Leopold.
Sharon Owens leaves her art talent to Linda Regelman.
Larry Payne leaves his football uniform for Doug to grow into.
Sharlene Pay-ne leaves tempermental.
Gerry Platz leaves her typing speed to Helen Marie Downing.
John Ralph leaves with the nickname Moose.
Gerry Robie leaves less competition in the Junior class.
Janet Shyler leaves her gift of gab to Rita Niebauer.
Donna Smith leaves her naturally curly hair to Judy Feldbinger.
Keith Stainbrook leaves Susan Teetzel behind.
Marlene Stancliff leaves her sincereness to Carolyn Parlson.
Howie Stolz leaves an empty space on the line.
Spencer Thorton leaves in a hurry.
Jack Timmons leaves his position of collecting absentees to whoever wants it
Tom Titus leaves his badly battered halo to Kent Barron.
Vic leaves his self confidence to Jim Sawdy.
Walt leaves the eighth grade sadly behind.
Ken Worley leaves to make his mark in the world.
Mary Anne Wallace leaves her dnun to Harry Kokko.
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FIRST ROW: D. Termey, L. Leininger, K. Illig, C. Angus, C. Cole, M. Maxwell, A. George. SECOND
ROW: L. McDougal, F. Vanderveer, C. MacDonald, P. Licsko, T. Hogle, D. Davis, S. Hetz, M. Ferguson,
B. Liuhart. THIRD ROW: Advisor, Mr. Vail, J. Vitter, J. Gustafson, G. Kostrubanic, R. Morin, W.
Lawrence, P. Dunn, T. Miller, B. Miles.
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FIRST ROW: N. McKean, R. Rermer C. Dash, B. Findlay, S. Pierce, A. Mischler, K. Oxeher. SECOND
ROW: J. Teetzel, A. Otteni, G. Pratt, R. Lewis, M. Ferguson, L. Statzer, J. Scobey, H. Kokko, E. Lind-
berg, J. Bamer. THIRD ROW: Advisor, Mr. Rimmey, R. Angelotti, J. Fairchild, P. Payne, J. Johnson,
P. Filutze, L. Salada, D. Hicks, J. Teetzel.
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FIRST ROW: J. Reed, J. Silvis, S. Leslie, J. Robbins, N. Waite, J. Johnson, S. Foster, J.
Galuska. SECOND ROW: D. Pratt, L. Leopold, R. Batykefer, G. Gregory, C. Maynard, J. Sawdy,
R. Latimer, R. Stephany, F. Johnson, J. Ives. THIRD ROW: D. Payne, L. Kline, G. Miller, J.
Post, T. MacDonald, W. Veith, T. Payne, E. Wadding, J. Knott.
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CLASS OF l962
FIRST ROW: J. Payne, S. Austin, J. Roney, J. Filutze, J. Rock, B. Tompkins, R. Smith, M. Rose, M.
Richards, B. Batykefer. SECOND ROW: R. Abbott, R. Ploss, S. Freeman, G. Pangratz, H. Strayer, S.
Shyler, W. Bendure, J. Paul, D. Paulson, J. Frazer, P. Ferguson, J. Gregory. THIRD ROW' G Varich
T. tapping, D. omni, G. Fuck, c. Amy, D. curry, J. smith, J. caidweu, J. Diveu, M. oeorge, Ad-'
visor, Mr. Hedderick.
FIRST ROW: B. Thompson, R. Huddy, S. Miller, L. Walker, P. Osterberg, K. Porter, P. Vitter, L. Illig,
H. Maxwell, D. Sirak. SECOND ROW: M. Staton, M. Alday, B. Bowes, L. Authurs, J. Jackson, S.
Jamieson, G. Oliver, M. Dusicsko, D. Kostrabanic, J. Bacik. THIRD ROW: D. Rudolph, T. Taylor, B.
Lindenberger, J. Keiper, P. Grimes, C. Dunwoody, L. Wright, J. Vargo, K. Pyle. FOURTH ROW: Ad-
visor, Mr. Shepard, B. Saint, P. Alberstadt, D. Amos, L. Sedler, D. Koontz, J. Dale, T. Palmer.
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BACCALALIREATE-SUNDAY MAY 20, I956
Father F. J. Carrick opened with the Invocation. The main
address was given by Rev. Adolph Abele. The Octet sang
and the band played appropriate selections.
The Junior ushers were Marcia Cole, Louanne McDougal,
Teddy Hetz, and Ralph Niebauer.
COMMENCEMENT-TUESDAY MAY 22 I956
The speakers and their topics were: Donna Rosenburg -
"Youth Faces Marriage", Jack Osterberg - "Youth Faces Col-
lege' , Marilyn Jonas - "Youth Faces the Morals of Society",
Garth Hetz - "Youth Faces a Changing Society", Don Herz -
"Youth Faces Our Expanding Population", and Janet Strubel,
Valedictorian - "Youth Faces His Creator".
Rev. D. E. Bloomster gave the Invocation and Benediction.
The Octet under the direction of Mr. Morris Youngdahl. sang
"No Man is an Island", and "In Peace and Joy I Now Depart"
Mr. Bauman presented the "C1ass of l956" to Mr, A. S.
Miles, president of the Board of Education, who presented
each of the members of the graduating class with his diplo-
Mrs. Fred Ralph presented the special awards to the outstand-
ing members of each course on behalf of the PTA: Academ-
ic - Marilyn Jonas, Girl's Academic - Janet Strubel, Com-
mercial - Helen Bamer, Boy's Vocational - John Antolik.
Mrs. Endres presented Helen Bamer an award in behalf of the
Business and Professional Women's Club of Girard for her out-
standing all around achievement.
Special awards were given by Mr. Woll for: Student Council
- Donna Rosenburg, Attendance - Janet Strubel.
Don Hetz presented me school with their class gift, a trophy
case in the hall.
Audrey Vogt and Jim Massello received the Babe Ruth Award.
Junior Ushers were Cathy Holland, Bette Kruse, Gerry Robie,
Jack Timmons, Edd McKean and Walt Weiss.
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It finally came, the biggest event of the year, the Jun-
ior - Senior Prom.
Everyone, looking their best, gathered at the homes of
Lou Anne McDougal and Cathie Holland for the swell coke
parties. From there everyone went to the Lawrence Park
Union Hall where they danced to the music of Neil Charles
in the large beautifully decorated ballroom.
The queen, Donna Rosennurg and the king, John Shenk
were crowned and presented with roses. Attendants Sally An-
drews and Walt Weiss crowned the king and queen, along with
Flossie Licsko, Forrest Mischler, Lou Anne McDougal, Ralph
Niebauer, Peggy Kreider and Larry Payne.
The tribute to the Senior Class turned out to be a won-
derful evening for all who attended.
TLIDE T COUNCIL
C . T . WOLL
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The Student Council is a student
governing body at the present time five
years old in Fairview High. These are
To promote a high degree of co-
operation among students and between
the faculty and students.
To stimulate pride in the Fairview
School and to promote its interests to the
To constitute a medium for expression
of initiative in the management of student
To develop a well rounded program of
school life and encourage students to
participate actively in it,
To constitute a medium whereby a
student of Fairview Junior-Senior High
School may be assured of justice.
We hope that we have fuJ.filled these
purposes to the best interests of our
students and school.
We shall to the best of our ability
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Wesleyville 57 -63 Albion 46-51
Saegertown 41-40 W. Springfield 48-66
Waterford 38-93 Edinboro 52-56
Albion 51-42 Lawrence Park 59-'70
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.IU IOR AR ITY
THESE BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS CONTRIBUTED TO THE
FINANCING OE OUR YEARBOOK
Intersection Rt. 5 dz SA.
"Good Food at Reasonable Prices"
AMY'S GENERAL STORE
West Lake Road
ANDERSON PATTERN WORKS
West Lake Road
ANDERSON'S MOTOR SALES
Chevrolet Cars Bc Trucks
ANN 'S BEAUTY SHOP
Rt. 98, Fairview, Pa.
520 Rice Avenue
J.W. Jonas, Prop.
Rts. 5 6: 98
EEA'S BEAUTY SALON
BOINES WESTERN AUTO
BURKE 'S NURSING HOME
335 East Main St., Girard, Pa.
State Licensed for Convalescenrs
Senile and Post Hospital Cases
CARTER'S SHCI STORE
West Erie Plaza
CHARLES DECORATING SERVICE
Jewelry and Gifts of Distinction
West Erie Plaza
28 West Main St., Fairview, Pa.
COLLYES dt HEl.MI'S GIFT SHOP
West Ridge Road
COLONY RECORD SHOP
2616 West 8th. Street
"Visit Mom and try her pizza."
Rt. 5 Fairview, Pa.
"Covering the Tri -Boro Area"
Phone 4210 Girard, Pa.
Colony Shopping Center
2614 West 8th. St., Erie, Pa.
DON HINKLE and SON
ENDICOTT JOHNSON SHOE STORES
1006 West Erie Plaza
1112 State Street
ERIC PAULSON AGENCY
"For insurance of all kinds."
70 East Main Street
ERIE COUNTY AIRPORTA
Cessna Sales and Service
Charter Rentals 8: Instructions
ESTOK'S SERVICE STATION
Rt. 98 Sz Sterrettania Road
EVANS FUNERAL HOME
19 East Main Street
FAIRVIEW BUILDER'S SUPPLY
Rt. 20, opposite Fairview Airport
Ph. 3881 Fairview, Pa.
Lumber - Dupont Paints
FAIRVIEW EVERGREEN NURSERY
"It's not a home until it's planted."
FAIRVIEW GARAGE, Inc.
53 West Main St., Fairview, Pa.
Chrysler - Plymouth Sales dz Service
S.C. Buseck, Prop.
FAIRVIEW HOME SUPPLY
Paints and Building Materials
Treasure Island Dining Room
FAIRVIEW STORM SEAL
Ralph Hogle, Prop.
72 East Main St., Fairview, Pa.
FELIX'S BODY SHOP
Painting and Auto Body Repairs
"Be Good", Seniors.
FLOYD'S AUTO SERVICE
R.D. No. 1, Fairview, Pa.
FRED C. RALPH FISHERIES
G.C. MURPHY CO.
"Big Downtown Store"
914 State Street
G.C. MURPHY CO.
West Erie Plaza
Open every night till 9.
GIRARD BATTIES NA'I'IONAL BANK
Offices in Fairview, Lake City dz Guard
Member of Federal Deposit
GIRARD CAB COMPANY
GIRARD COAL Ga SUPPLY CO.
Pyramid Oil Co.
GIRARD DEPARTMENT STORE
"The Family Store"
GIRARD ELECTRIC SALES
GIRARD DISTRIBUTING CO.
16 miles West of Erie on Rt. 20
Phone 3188 Girard, Pa.
Drugs and Prescriptions
GRAVELY TRACTOR SALES
"The most versatile tractor on earth
19 Different Attachments
5553 West Ridge Road
GREENE 'S SUPERETTE
West Lake Road
"Home of the Pig's Dinner"
HAROLD'S BARBER SHOP
HARRY J. AMOS FEED STORE
Phone 2311 - Res. 3984
I-IERBOL'S INSURANCE AGENCY
Mr. 8: Mrs. LERAY HESS
Rt. 20 Fairview, Pa.
HOSSMAN MOTOR SALES
HULLMAN FORD SA1.ES
424 East Main Street
JACKSON AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
Complete Automotive Service
J .B. TIMMONS
Best Wishes from
116 West Main St., Girard, Pa.
JOHN A. GRODE, FDORIST
Corsages - Cut Flowers
Rt. 20 at Asbury
JOHN E. FILIP
West Erie Plaza
JONES SHOE STORE
"Shoes for the Entire Family"
Ed Belknap, Mgr.
K.ARN'S ATI.ANTIC SERVICE
KELL FRUIT FARM
IAKE CITY HARDWARE
Plumbing and Heating
Lake City, Pa.
IAKE CITY I.G.A. SUPER MARKET
7 Rice Avenue
Lake City, Pa.
LILA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
10 North Garwood
L. PALAS SCHOOL of MUSIC
23 Myrtle Street
"Evergreens our Speciality"
6202 West Ridge Road
MACK'S CONVALESCENT HOME
MANN COAL dz OIL COMPANY
ll Vine Street
Groceries, Meats, General Merchandise
Lake City, Pa.
Phone 3908 or 4564
343 East Main St., Girard, Pa.
"Quality Homes at Reasonable Prices"
Lakeview Ave., Fairview, Pa.
MICI-IAEL'S GARDEN PRODUCE
MIESEL'S TEXACO SERVICE
5260 West Lake Road
Al Miesel, Prop.
NASON'S MEN SHOP
20 West Main Street
NICKEL PLATE SAND Q GRAVEL
OLLIE'S CUT RATE
"For the best gas for less"
1317 E. Lake Rd. - Ph. 4-9541
5715 W. Ridge Rd. - Ph. 4-9814
ORR JEWELRY 8: GIFT SHOP
"Gifts for all occasions"
OSTERBERG'S RED gl WHITE
Groceries - Ice Cream
Film Service - Magazines
917 State Street
PIEPER'S BARBER SHOP
PLA'l'Z'S RED Sz WHITE MARKET
"Fine Groceries and Meats"
RAY SILVIS SADDLERY
Custom Made Leather Goods
R.D. 1, Erie, Pa.
John McC1inton, Prop.
General Reparis Sz Welding
ROOT'S USED CARS
1929 Water Street
1206 26th Street
ROY MAY'S SINCLAIR SERVICE
Route 20 8: Townline Road
"Good Luck, Seniors"
SHAMROCK TRUCK STOP
Home Cooked Meals
Rr. 20, R.D. 1
SKY HAVEN RESTAURANT
Route 20 at Airport
Walnut Creek Hill
TITAN TOOL CO.
VALLEY BRAND POTATOES
R.D. 1, Fairview, Pa.
WAIDLEY Sz HESS
Rt. 20, Fairview, Pa.
General Auto Repairing
WALLACE C. MULLIGAN FUNERAL HOME
336 East Main St., Girard, Pa.
"Low Prices Everyday"
26 West Main St., Fairview, Pa.
WHITE MANOR RESTAURANT
5442 West Ridge Road
"Home Cooked Food"
Needs 81 Notions
"Flowers for all occasions"
Lake City, Pa.
YATES SERVICE STATION
Rt. All U S. Rt. 98
YOUNG'S CLEANERS Kc DYERS
3675 West Lake Road
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