Fairview High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Jennings, MO)
- Class of 1958
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To that winsome little woman. Miss Louise Hirsch, guardian angel
of the old "Blue Jay" for three years, we, the senior class of one thou-
sand nine hundred and fifty-eight, dedicate with loving appreciation
this first edition of the "Chieftain". Throughout her quarter of a
century at Fairview as women's athletic coach, Miss Hirsch has striven
diligently to instill within her students the qualities of loyalty and
fortitude, as well as sportsmanship- and co-operation. ln addition to
her apparent love of young people, Miss Hirsch possesses the rare abil-
ity of winning their confidence and trust. As a consequence, she is
among the best loved and most respected of Fairview's faculty.
Not only is this book dedicated to the woman, but also. it is dedi-
cated to those high ideals, deep devotion, and intrinsic values which
make her a teacher in every sense of the word.
Board ol Education
Mr. Milton VU. Bicrbaum, Supt., Mr. Norman Ochs, Mr. Leonard Cole, Treas.. Mr. Robert Nolte. Pres.. Mr. Arthur
Blacklock. Seca Mr. .loc Moore, Vice-Pres.. Mr. Dana Corey.
The board of education is the most important
organization in the school district. It is the duty
of the members of the board to uphold, among
many other things, the responsibility of intel-
ligently appropriating and disbursing school
funds, discriminantly choosing leaders and teach-
Charlotte Matthes, Frances Decher. Shelia Zimmermann.
ers, and providing desirable conditions conducive
The most important project this year was to
have the new building ready for classes. All
are very grateful for the boards readiness as the
new addition allowed for greater convenience.
The secretaries are a vital part of the
behind-the-scenes functions at Fairview.
Besides doing their secretarial work, they
assist students in making tickets, pro-
Working in the principals office is
Mrs. Shelia Zimmerman.
In the superintendents office is Miss
Frances Decher, a veteran of a number of
Mrs. Charlotte Matthes was again as-
sisting in the superintendents office.
The work of these three secretaries is
i greatly appreciated here at Fairview.
This year completes his 30th year of
service to Fairview. Coming in 1928, he
acted as High School Principal for six
years and has been Superintendent for
the remaining twenty-four. During
these years he has seen many modern
improvements in our school: the in-
creasing enrollment has made it necessary
to have three additions to the school
buildings. Mr. Bierbaum himself has
attended state and national conventions
to promote great progress in the field of
education. We regret to say that this is
his last year as Superintendent of Fair-
view Schools. Yet we can be proud that
Fairview has had this man to guide the
way, and moreover that he will go on to
serve the handicapped children of St.
MR. IZRIC M. HOHN
A.M. Missouri University
MILTON W. BIERBAUM
A , M. Washington University
Mr. Hohn has been at Fairview since
1929. He coached baseball, basketball
and track and has taught all of the
science courses ever offered at Fairview.
He became the principal in 1934 and
now after twenty-four' years is going
into the superintendancy, Mr. Hohn
has sponsored the annual and the pho-
tography club. A few of his many in-
terests are as follows: Photography,
mountain climbing and wilderness ca-
noeing. Mr. Hohn is going to have
three picture articles of his printed in
national magazines this summer.
MRS. WINIVRED GOODWIN MISS LOUISE HIRSCI-I MR. KENT SAVAGE MRS. CEDONA KENDALL
Mathenvatics Girls' Physical Education Science and Driver Training Home Economics
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MR. FRED DAHLBERG MISS ELLA SCI-IULTZE MR. JACK BLAKE MR. ALBERT COOPER
Social Studies and Literature Commercial Studies Social Studies Social Studies
Missouii U. BS., Missouri U. B.S., Arkansas State College M.A.. Washington U.
MISS RUTH COWGILL MRS. ANNA TRESTIK MR. LILBURN I-IOEI-IN MISS ROSEMARY CHILD
Mathematics History English Instrumental Music
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gleaming flasks, copper oxide, and volumi-
nous "chem" aprons . . . aristocracy in knee
socks and oxfords . . . postcards, souvenirs,
and the Washington monument . , . frothy
net, White ties, and dance cards . . . gradua-
tion invitations and "Pomp and Circum-
stance' '... shining eyes in child-like faces,
turned towards the world.
Chorus Z: Girls Glee Club l, 2: Home
Ec. Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Nat'l Honor
Society 3, 4.
Student Council 2, 3, 4: Courier Club
4, Courier Staff 4: Chorus 1, 3. 4:
Novette 3: All County Chorus 3:
F.T,A. 4: Class Sec-Treas. 1: Pep
Club Z, 3. 4: Cheerleader 3, 4:
May Queen Coronation Z, 3: Class
Basketball 3, 4: Class Volleyball l,
Z, 3: Class Softball l, 3, 4: N,C,C.J,
Student Council 4: Chieftain Staff 41
Class President 2. 3: Class Sec-Treas,
4: Tbespians Z, 3, 4: All School
Play 2. 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Student-
Faculty Play 2. 3: Chorus 1, 3:
Boys Glee Club 1, Z, 3: Band 2, 3.
4: Track 1: Debate 3: Courier Club
2: Science Club 1: Art Club 1.
Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Courier Club
1, 3: Home Ec. Club 2, 4: Pep Club
3. 4: F.T,A. 4: Girls Glee Club l,
2, 4: Human Relations Club l: N.C.
C.J. 1: Art Club 1: Senior Play 4:
Chieftain Staff 4.
Track l, 2.
Art Club 1. 2: .Class Volleyball 1:
Home Ec. Club 2, 3.
Chorus 1, 3, 4: Girls Glee Club l,
3, 4: Novette Z, 3, 4: All County
Chorus 3, 4: Girls Ensemble 4: De-
bate 3, 4: F.T.A. 4: Chieftain Staff
4: Courier Club 1, 4: Courier Staff
4: Editor 4: Nat'l Honor Society 3,
4: Quill and Scroll 4: N.F.L. 3. 4:
N.C.C.J. 1, 2: Human Relations Club
l, 2: Class Basketball l, 2. 3, 4:
Class Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity
Track 1, 4: Senior Play 4.
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Cflub lg Ilomr If. Club l, Z, I, 4.
.Ir. Aclmivvvnlcnt I, lg Iflnx Softball
l: All Sclwul Play 4: Scniur
Student Council -I, Clam Src-'l'rv.mx.
Z, 3: Choruu I, 3. 4: Girl: Glcc Club
l, Z: Novcrrc 1: Clxuvrlmllcr l: Claw
IR.nkrtb.1Il l. Z. I: Clam Sol'lb.xlI I,
1,1 3: Nv.l..l..J. I: I'.'I,A. 4: Llncl-
um bull 4: Dcbmtc 1. '41 Lourwr
Club l. 1, I, 4: Vuuricr Stall' 4:
Izdilnr -l: Art Club I: N.ll'l lloxmr
Sucicly I. -I1 Quill .md Scroll 3, 4:
'lklwnpunu l, I, 4: All Sclmul Play
l. 3. 4: Senior Plnv -I: Studrur-
I-.ucullv PIM' l, I: lN'I.1jurcllc l, l.
I. 4: NIM' Quccu lxurmmliun I. 2.
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Science Club Z.
Senior Play 4: Track 4.
Band 1, Z, 3. 4: Swing Band 2, 3
Baseball 2, 3, 4: Chieftain Staff
J. Achievement 4: Student-Faculty
Library Club 2: Jr. Achievement Z
Pep Club 2.
F-64 Club 1, 2. 3. 47 Boys Glee
Club 1, 23 Science Club I: Debate
Club 2. 4: Jr. Achievement 3.
Tennis 3. 4: Track 3.
Jr. Achievement 2, 3.
Chieftain Staff 4.
K,l.ns Snllhnll I, Z, 4: Narsity 4:
Cl.:-.Q I'uxlu'tb.xll 2, 4: Varsity 4:
Cllnn Vullrvbnll 1, 43 Varsity 4: Jr.
Class Ilrrsiili-nl 4: Class Sec-Tren. Z:
Slumlcnr Council I, 3: Jr. Achicwnwnl
2. 3, 4: llii-'flnin Staff 4: Ifffu-l
Club I: II.ixch.ill I. Z: l5.nkvlb.lll I5
Team I, 2: 'I'r.ick I.
lhnil 1, 4: N.1l'l Ilnnnr Society 3, 41
'I'hespi.xn: 3, 43 All School Play 4:
Senior I'l.1y 4g Student-I:.lcully I'lay
Girls Glvv Club 1: Art Club I. Z:
Ilumc lic. Club 1: Pep Club 2, 4:
Jr. Aclxicvcnwul 3.
I3.'I'.A. 4: Cnurivr Club 43 Courier
Stall 4: I3 l'r.lxlu'll1.1ll Mgr.
BETTY HOGU ET
llumr lic. Club 2, 3: Jr. Achievement
Z: All Club I: Library Club 1:
Girly Glu' Club 1: Pep Club 1, 3,
Track I: Jr, Acliicvcnwnl 3: Scholar-
nc Art Context l.
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls Crlee Club 1, 4:
Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Jr. Achievement
2, 3. 4: Homc Ec. Club 2: Chieftain
Jr. Achicvrmcnt 2. 3.
Pep Club 2, 41 Cheerleader 4: Jr.
Achievement 2. 3: Class Softball 1,
2. 3, 4: Class Basketball 2, 3, 41
Class Volleyball 3, 4: Varsity 4.
Student Council 2. 3: Class President
I: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball B
Team l, 2: Boys Glec Club l, 2, 3:
Boys Quartet 3: Track 1: Baseball
F-64 Club Z, 3. 4: Home Ec. Club
Z. 3. 4: Library Club 3, 4.
Student Body President 4: Student
Council 2, 4: Class Vice President 1.
3: Baseball l. 2, 3. 4: Basketball
Varsity 2. 3, 42 Basketball B Team
l: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Achieve-
ment 2, lg Science Club 1: Chieftain
Staff 4: Senior Play 4.
Baseball 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Track
'51 Jr. Achievement 2: Chieftain Staff
Student lltxly Sec-Tteas, 4: Student
Council l, 3. 4: Courier Club l, 3.
4: Chorus 2: Pep Club 2, 3. 4:
Lhecrleader 2. 3. 4: Chieftain Staff
4: Art Club l: Jr. Achievement 3:
'llrespians 4: Senior Play 4: May
Queen Coronation l. 3: Class Basket-
h.ull l, Z. 3. 4: Class Volleyball 43
Ilan Softball l. 2. 3, 4.
Seienee Club l: li-64 Cluh l, 2.
Jr. Achievement 2, 3.
Chorus 1. Z. 3: Band 1. Z, 3: Girls
Cilee club 1, 2: Novette 3: Class
Softball l, Z. 3: Varsity 3: Human
Relations Club l: Debate 1: Courier
Club 1. 2: Courier Staff 4: Art Club
l: Home Ee. Club I. 2: Thespians
2, 3.4: All School Play l, Z, 3. 4:
Senior Play 4: Student-Faculty Play
Basketball B Team 2, F164 Club 3:
Science Club l.
Basketball Fr Team 1, Z: Track 1,
Z. 3: N.C..CJ. l.
F-64 Club 1, Z, 3: Science Club 1:
Class Vice President 4: N.C.C.J. 2,
3: Student Council 4: Courier Staff
4: Quill and Scroll 4: Nat'l Honor
Society 3, 4.
Band 2, 3, 4: Student-Faculty Play
2, 3: Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4:
Varsity 3, 4: Class Volleyball 1, 2.
3, 4: Varsity 4: Class Softball 1, Z,
3, 4: Varsity 3, 4: Jr. Achievement
2: Chieftain Staff 4.
JANET NEWHOUSE -
Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Achievement
3: Class Volleyball l, 2: Class Soft.
ball 2: Girls Glee Club l: Home EC.
Club 2, 3, 4: Art Club l: Chieftain
Staff 4: Library Club 1, 2, 4:
Courier Club 2, 4: F.T.A. 4.
Chorus 2. 3, 4: Girls Glee Club Z.
3, 4: Girls Ensemble 4: Class Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4: Class Basketball Z:
Class Softball 2: Pep Club 2. 3. 4:
ghieftain Staff 4: Nat'l Honor Society
J UDIE OTTEN
Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 4:
Class Volleyball 3: Class Softball 3:
Chieftain Staff 4: Courier Club 1, 2,
3, 4: Courier Staff 4: Home Ec. Club
2, 4: Jr. Achievement 2. 3: Quill
and Scroll 4: Thespians 3, 4: All
School Play 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
Art Club I. Z: Library Club l, 2, 3,
4: Jr. Achievement 4: Class Basket-
ball 3: Class Volleyball 3, 4.
Track Z, 3.
Girls Glen Club l: Ar! Club l, 2, 4:
Library Club l, 4: Jr. Achicvcmt-nt
2, 3. F-64 Club 4.
Girls Glen- Club 2: Home Ec. Club
2: Jr. Achicvcmrnt 3.
Chorus l, Z: Band l, 4: Girls Glce
Club l. Z: N.C,C.J, 1. 3: F.T.A.
4: Chieftain Staff 4: Editor 43
Courier Club l. Z, 3, 4: Courier
Staff 3: Library Club 4: Art Club
l, Z: Scholastic Art Contest l. Z:
Nat'I Honor Society 3, 4: Quill and
Scroll 3, 4: Thespians l. Z, 3, 4:
All School Play 3, 4: Senior Play 4:
Student-Faculty Play 3: N.F.l.. 3.
Band l. 2. 3. 4: Class Softball l. 2,
3, 4: Varsity Z, 3, 41 Class Volley-
ball l, Z. 3, 4: Varsity 4: Class
Basketball l, Z. 3. 4: Varsity 3. 4.
Track 1. 3.
Track 2, 3: Jr. Achievement 3.
Student Council 1. 3: Chieftain Staff
41 Asst. Editor, Courier Club 1. 3,
43 Courier Staff 4: Debate 3, 4:
Library Club 1, Z, 3: Home Ec. Club
2: Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4: Quill
and Scroll 3, 4: All School Play 4:
Senior Play 4: Girls Glee Club 1:
N.C.C.J. 1, 2. 3: F.T.A. 4: Human
Relations Club 1, 2: Class Basketball
Girls Glee Club 1, Z, 4: Courier
Club 1: Art Club 1: Pep Club 2, 3,
4: Jr. Achievement Z, 3, 4: Home
Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Volleyball
l, Z. 4: Varsity 4: Class Softball
2, 4: Class Basketball 4.
Track 3, 4: Human Relations Club
1, 2: N.C.C.J. 1. 2: Thespians 2,
3, 4: All School Play Z, 3, 4: Senior
Play 4: Chieftain Staff 4.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball B
Team 1: Basketball Varsity 2, 4:
Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
Track l: Chorus 3. 4: Boys Glce
Club 3, 4: F-64 Club 3: Nat'1
Honor Society 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Class
Volleyball 1, Z, 3. 4: Varsity 3, 4:
Class Softball 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity 3.
4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Courier Club
1, 2: Chieftain Staff 4: Home Ec.
Club 2. 3: Jr. Achievement 2, 3. 4:
Senior Play 4.
Chieftain Staff 4: Business Mgr. Stu-
dent Council 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4:
Courier Club 1, 3, 4: Courier Staff 4:
Art Club l: Band 1. 2: Library Club
l: Girls Glee Club 1: N.C.C.J. 1:
Class Basketball l, 4: Nat'l Honor
Society 3. 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 41
All School Play 3: Senior Play 4:
Student-Faculty Play 2, 3: Thespians
3, 4: Prom Reporter 4. 1
Courier Club 1: Jr. Achievement 2, 3.
F-64 Club 1. 2: Science Club l.
Chieftain Staff 4: Courier Club 1, 4:
Courier Staff 4: Quill and Scroll 1.
4: Debate 2: Library Club l. Z:
Science Club l: F-64 Club 'lg Arr
Club l, Z: Scholastic Art Contest l:
Human Relation: Club Z: F.T.A. 4:
All School Play 4: Senior Play 4.
F-64 Club l. 2, 3: Cuurier Club l,
2, 3: Baseball 2, 3: Bawketball Var-
sity 'l. 4: Basketball B Team Z:
Tennis l: Track l, 'iz Chieftain Staff
4: N.C.C.J. l: Band l: Jr, Achieve-
ment 2. 3, 4: Prom Reporter 4.
Science Club l: Art Club l: Library
Club l, Z. 3. 4: Jr. Achievement 3:
Home fic. Club 2.
Baseball l. 2. 3: Basketball Varsity
3: Basketball B Team l, 2: Track
l, 2. 3, 4.
Baseball 2. 3: Basketball Varsity Z.
3: Basketball B Team l: Track l. 3,
4: Chieftain Staff 4: Jr, Achievement
2: Senior Play 4.
Senior Play 4: Chieftain Staff 4:
Jr. Achievement 4: Nat'l Honor Soci-
Courier Club l. Z, 3. 4: Courier
Staff 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Class
Softball 4: Chieftain Staff 4: Jr.
Achievement 2. 3. 4: Quill and Scroll
3, 43 Hrme Ee. Club 2. 3, 4: Nat'l
Honor Society 4.
Girls Glee Club 1, 4: Pep Club 2. 3,
4: Jr. Achievement 3. 41 Nat'l Honor
S ry 4 C ft St ff Lb y
Club l. 2, 3, 4: F-64 Club 23 Home
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4: Jr. Achievement 2, 3: Nat
Society 4- Chieftain Staff 4:
E l0R ULASS PRUPHEUY
As a result of the present recession and the
forthcoming atomic war, it is a well-known fact
to many professional prophets that in the mat-
ter of ten or twelve years, our country will be
once again in the midst of a second "dark age,"
not unlike that period following the decline and
fall of the Roman empire. Being professional
prophets ourselves, we, Porter and Strubbe, sole
owners and proprietors of "Prophets for Hire-
Cheap," have decided to reveal, without cost, the
future of the class of '58 during this romantic
Since crystal balls have long been out of use,
we are employing the aid of a tubeless television
set which we have enchanted to bring through
the year 1970 strong and clear. Before us we
see, in living color, a long procession of prancing
white steeds mounted by the finest knights and
ladies of the lower Mississippi Valley region.
Among them, we recognize Ken Noble and Rob-
ert Pikey, quite manly in their visored caps and
breast plates, leading the horses o-f their fair
sweethearts Diane Piel and Judy Cinau. Over
the hill lies their destination, the castillated
Manor of King Al Heck. From the barred win-
dow of the turret on the left, the woeful face of
Jessie Carter gazes longingly towards: the open
road. She dreams of her lover, Alan Sheppard,
who was stranded on an island in the middle
of the moat by his fiendish rival, David Berg.
By this time the procession has reached the moat,
and Fred Allen, Keeper of the gate, lowers the
drawbridge. The members of the procession cast
a few curious stares toward the dejected Alan
Sheppard, then turn their attentions to the wel-
co-ming committee, which is headed by Judy
Agricola, Tom Thierhiemer, Diane Kuehl, and
The banquet has already started in the Great
Hall, under the supervision of Greg Myers,
master of the Dance, and his fair dancing part-
ner, Jackie Meeks. While Ronnie Lee, court
jester, is slyly whispering a joke to the giggling
Betty Hoguet, Bob Wagner sits sulking in a
corner, vowing that tomorrow he will certain-
ly rescue Cecelia Vedell from that dragon. He
gulps down another jug of ale at the thought.
As the members of the procession enter and mer-
rily take their seats, Judy Gale rises to make an
announcement. As attendance taker for the MN
CMedieval Nationsj , she is happy to report that
the golden medal for perfect attendance has been
awarded to JoAnn Garner. However, she is sad
to report that Lowell Fears, delegate from Tex-
as, has missed the last five meetings of the MN,
which is now discussing the provocative ques-
tion, "Should Bow and Arrows be Banned,"
because he is busily chasing the Amazons, who
Girls Glee Club l, 4: Pep Club Z 3
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inhabit northern Missouri and are headed by
Hilda Gerdes and Carol Gasperson. Dorothy
Bollinger eagerly copies this down for her gos-
sip column which appears quite irregularly in
"Good Castle Keeping." The Editor of this
ladies' Magazine, Madge Bierbaum, is seated at
the King's table, next to her good friend, Queen
Mary Schwing. On Madge's right sits the
fashion editor, Barbara Below, gazing with ad-
miration upon Marsha Craig's new "spider-
web" veil. Although many other ladies, Barb-
ara Roche and Phyllis Ortyl among them, have
similar veils, Marsha's is the only one with a
genuine Black Widow perched on top. Her
beau, Charles McGavock, is somewhat less en-
thusiastic over the idea, and indeed is somewhat
nervous, but philosophically shrugs and mur-
murs "Oh well, if she's not worried, why should
Stanley Capps, Douglas Egger, Glenn Hohe,
and Ralph Pulley, with the grace of Prince
Ranier, rise and lead forth four lovely damsels.
Beverly Weber, Juanita Ryo-n, Dorlis Rose, and
Gloria Kralemann, in the dance.
Suddenly the gaiety of the festive occasion is
interrupted by the loud querulous note of Joyce
Waltman's voice as she marches into the hall
and demands silence. "How do you expect a
person to get any sleep!" she cries. Immediately
the silver tongued orator, Bill DeJohn, rises.
"Madame, please reconsider." With a delight-
ed sigh, Joyce swoons into his arms and the pair
vow to fox trot together forever.
From the banquet hall, the party strolls in
little groups onto the tournament field. At the
far end stands the stake where Bernadine Bauer
was to be burned as a temptress on the previous
day: however, in the nick of time, the dashing
knight from Kentucky, Gust Jenson, rode up
and carried her off.
The participants prepare to begin the tourna-
ment and to compete for the fair hand of Prin-
cess Pat Inglish. While Bill Unwin and Tim
Kiely begin the jousting co-mpetition in o-ne
corner of the stadium, Dick Schlueter a n d
Lowell Roth ride forth on their souped-up stal-
lions and begin charging toward each other from
the far ends of the field. In a third section, Gene
Stokes and Gene Kamp, with gritted teeth and
loud moans, wrestle strenuously for Princess
Pat's lovely hand. But while Judges, Dave Tau,
Steve Bollinger, Paul Pfiefer, and Anthony
Ebert, and the other spectators, eagerly watch
the competition, crafty Gene Hodge gallops up,
snatches the princess, and carries her off, com-
In one co-rner of the stands, Eileen Martin,
the fortune teller, councils a group of love-lorn
young maids including Carolyn Smotherman,
Joyce Dietrich and Pat Collins, while at the
other end of the stands, Bob Soos, the sorcerer,
similarly predicts the future for Bob Morrison,
Jim Mohapp, and Jim Henry. Since Bob and
Eileen are married, this is not so difficult a task
as it may seem.
For a moment, an interruption in the tourna-
ment occurs while Judy Horvath commercializes
upon her thriving termite-extermination busi-
ness. Her assistants, Frank Hollis a nd Bud
Mundy, to demo-nstrate their remarkable abil-
ities as termite exterminators, wield spray-guns
filled with D.D.T. and besides killing every
termite in sight asphixiate half the audience.
With wild coughing and choking, the merry-
makers retire once again to the banquet hall
where Frank Walsh begins his magic show.
Frank mystifies the group momentarily by ap-
parently making the audience see double, until
Carl Frech and Richard Fox, members of the
Royal Guard, soon discover the secret of his
success - the Zimmer Twins, Lee and Vera.
After an exhibition by Judie Otten, the snake-
charmer, Janet Newhouse and Lois O'Leary sing
their latest hit "Catch a Fleeing Knight and Put
Him In Your Armor."
Upon the close of this ballad, Bette Jean
Yackey and Darlene Smith, with Gene Martens
as a model, interrupt: the program with another
commercial expounding the virtues of new
"Can't rust" armor.
Upon this note, Porter and Strubbe think it
wise to uncharm the TV set, replace the tubes
and tune in something a little less fantastic like
"Superman" or the "64,000 Do-llar Question."
. . . Giggling groups clustered about the water
fountain . . . hamburgers and Warm soda pop
. . . jazz played on a hi-fi . . . crowded lock-
ers, overflowing with ragged tennis shoes,
lunch menus, and crumpled-up newsprint . . .
enthusiasm in a letter sweater and White bucks
. . . crewcuts and sunburned noses . . . eager-
ness embodied, dreaming of tomorrow . .
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President ,. . .. . .Scott Pollard
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. STUDENT COUNCII
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Carol Sue Metz
. . . Tin boxes, painted green, filled with de-
bate cards . . . footlights, greasepaint, and
scenery . . . galley proofs and red pencils . . .
a gold Quill and Scroll pin fastened to the
lapel of a blue blazer . . . paint brushes, berets,
and water colors . . . blue crepe paper, pink
balloons, and a swing band . . . the smack of
gavel against desk, calling the student council
to order . .
First Row: Carl Frech. Dotty Bollinger. Darlene Smith, Cecelia Vedell, Mary Schwing, Jackie Meeks, Janet lNeu
house. Bernadine Bauer, Pat Inglish, Ronnie Lee.
Second Row: Mr. Fred Dahilberg, Joyce XValtman, Judy Strubbe. Carol Gasperson, Lee Zimmer. Vera Zimmer
Judy Otten, Betty Jean Yackey, Gail Porter, Bob Soos.
Third Row: Frank Walsh, Judy Gnau, Allen Sheppard. Richard Fox. Madge Bierbaum, Bob XVagner. Lois O'l.eary
This year's Chieftain, as our annual is now
called, had Gail Porter as editor, Mary Schwing
as assistant editor, and Judy Strubbe as business
manager. Mr. Dahlberg did a fine and much
appreciated job as sponsor.
The Chieftain was financed by the sale of
magazines, ads. boosters, candy and soda, and
by the dance. The title of the dance was i'The
March Hare's Hop," and it was carried out with
an Alice-in-Wonderland theme.
The Student Council under the capable guid-
ance of Miss Marshall has had one of the busiest
years in its history.
Ronnie Lee, Student body president, headed
the Council with Jackie Meeks taking minutes.
The Council sponsored the first dance of the
year, gave apples to the teachers, collected for
C. A. R. E. and held a basketball game between
the faculty and students to raise funds for Polio.
The biggest event which the council sponsored
was the Sayings Stamps Sale, which will be
carried on in future years,
First Row: U. Flegel. D, Sommerich, G, Hansard. N. Davis, J. Meeks, B. Bauer. C. Bramlage.
Second Row: B. Bline, J. Marino. G. Matthes, T. Henneberry, S. Shaughriessy, R. Lee, L. Liter, D. Green.
Third Row: Miss Marshall, R. Hanley, C. Simpson, P. Winder, K. Hohn. S. Shy, J. Carter, D. Berg. G. Myers.
The Courier Stall members are selected from
the Journalism Class. This years Co-l:ditors
were Madge Bierbaum and Jessie Carter.
The various editors chose members of the
.lt'SSlk'c1Jl'lt'f. .lim llenrv. Circg Myers. Judie Ullen. Mary Schw
.ludy Strulilie. Jessie Carter, Dr. Miller. Madge l3ierbaum.
Courier Club for reporters. Each reporter is
assigned a story and a deadline date. NVhen the
stories are completed, they are returned to the
editors where they are headlined and sent to the
copyreader and to the Editor-in-chief. They are
then ready for the printer. The Journalism
Class is then responsible for the papers circula-
ing. Bernadine Bauer. lfileen Martin. Cecelia Vedell.
irst Row: .l. Meeks, N. Davis, M. Schwing. C. Vedell. li. Martin, M. Bierbaum. J. Carter, J. Newhouse. B.
l75.llICl'. .l. Cramer. .l. Price.
tciind Row. S. Vx'ant1, li. Sletlingk, Nl. Veneator, J. Strulihe. D. Sonimerich, A. Allen. J. Otten. B. Yaclxey. Ci.
iird Row. .l. llenry, Ci. Matthes. J. Marino. K. llohn. S. Smith. B. Sentman. P. Murphy. Ci. Myers. li. Vw'er-
sching. Dr. Miller.
Because of the three lunch hours, the Courier
Club was not able to meet at noontime as they
have in previous years. However, this did not
prevent them from carrying on.
The Courier dance "Sputnik" was presented
on November 22. The decorations for this "out
ofthe world" dance included a flying dog house
and an earth satellite.
The March issue of the Courier was a spe-
cial one put out by the club. The co-editors of
this issue were Kathy Hohn and Scott Pollard.
The Library Club was under the direction of
the new librarian, Mrs. Rosalind Miller. Vera
Zimmer was elected President.
Each girl helped Mrs. Miller during her study
hall and after school. The members did various
types of work, such as repairing books, straight-
ening shelves, keeping both files and books,
seeing that the daily paper was available. keep-
ing the magazines in order, helping other stu-
dents obtain books, arranging the bulletin board,
typing, and other chores.
This year if a member worked two hours a
week, he received one-fourth credit.
lfirsl Row: S. Fox. A. Sleek, Pa. Russell. D. Piel. J. Newhouse, J. Kuehl. Mrs. Miller.
Second Row: D. Kuehl. DI. Bollinger. B. Sentman. li. lieller, ll. Bollinger. J. Vv'egman.
Third Row: M. Nobbe. B, Reid. C. Seharf. R. lieller, V. Zimmer, B. Sturdivant, D. Rose, l.. Zimmer.
liirst Row: K. Vvlilhelm. C. Simpson. M. Veneator. K. Hohn. M. Bierbaum. M. Schwing. B. lfoland.
Second Rowt Dr. Miller. J. Baldwin. J. Marino. B. De John. Dk Egger.
As in the past years. the Debate Club, under
the direction of Dr. Edgar Miller. participated
in debates at Missouri University, Washington
University. and at high schools in the surround-
ing area. Earlier in the school year, some mem-
bers attended a very enlightening debate be-
tween Cambridge University and a local uni-
versity. Towards the end of the year the de-
bate team visited Kansas City for a tournament.
lirst Row: Mrs. Kendall. S. lfox, N, Bo 'd, M. Santino, S. Drtsd
5 y ale. C. Matthews, D. Bollinger, D. Smith, J.
Newhouse. lf. l,udy. M. Sawicki.
Second Row: ID. Ruehl. J. llreon. J. Agricola. li. Shaughnessy. B, Below. J. Utnage. P. Murphy. R. XVende. B,
Senlman, M. Cates. B. Yackey.
'l hird Row: M. Craig. J. Carlson. J. l ock, D2 Dierherg. M. McChesney, A, Allen. C. Scharf. J, Kuehl, V. Nohbe.
Ilome Economics Uluh
Under the direction of Mrs. C. Kendall, the
Home liconomics Club elected Bette Jean Yack-
ey. President: Marilyn Sawicki. Vice-President:
and Janet Nev-Jhouse, Secretary-Treasurer.
'liheir activities included, making Christmas
ornaments for the State Mental Hospital, spon-
soring a Simplicity Pattern Company fashion
assembly and a style show where the students
modeled the clothes they made. On Wednesday
afternoons they held sewing sessions.
lirst Row: Reinhilde lfeller. lfllredie lfeller, Gary Matthes
l.udy. Clary Willielni.
XV al I nt a n .
lf you want to learn the facts about photog-
raphy, the li-64 Club is for you. This group
of shutterbugs, sponsored by Mr. Hohn picked
up v a l u a bl e information on photography
through field trips and expert instruction.
Several members of the F-64 club entered the
regionals of the National Scholastic Contest this
year. Those placing were: Diane Kuehl, Dave
l.ittIe, and Ralph Waltman. Gary Matthes,
Janice Gibson, and Diane Kuehl received gold
e Kuehl. Virginia Nolibe, Margiean Cates, lllaine
Sandra lfox. Diane Kuehl. Barbara Cary. Dorlis Rose, Diana Dierberg. Bill Ummelmann, Ralph
1 Mr. llohn, Jerry Canner, Douglas ligger. John Cirib. Bill Kinderman. John Pardo, Dave l,ittle.
First Row: C, Trantham, B. Weber, M. Spink, J. Risinger, D. Dierberg. S. Trantham, E. Henneberry. P
lnglish. J. Horvath, C. Smotherman, B. Bania. S. Fox.
Second Row: G. Collins. E. Feller. S. McGrath, N. Brodak. A. Heck. C. Ciasperson. J, Crib. M. Hagemann
K. Heck, D. Rose, J. Jarvis, D. Piel. T. Sears. M. Loraine. G. McAllister, B. Yackev. J. Otten, S. Stone
Third Rowi D. Tau. C. Frech. A. White. F. Walsh. D. Davis, J, Noell, J. Pardo, J. Schrader. R. Russell. D
Eggers. J. Natelsky.
J. A. companies are sponsored by St. Louis
and St. Louis County businessmen to teach
students business procedures.
Each company is given three advisors to- help
them name their company, select a product, and
advise them. Student officers and managers are
elected to carry out transactions.
Achievers sell stock to raise funds to produce
their products. At the close of the year, stock-
holder's investments are repaid - and, maybe
dividends. The remaining money is divided
among the achievers. A product that can be sold
fast and with a profit is desirable.
J. A. Ball and Coronation was held at the
Chase. Candidates representing all centers were
voted on. The seven high were honored as
Queen and Maids.
Among the many products made and sold by
the Junior Achievement Companies this year
were: TV Trays, yarn dolls, plastic key covers.
cookie sheets, and various decorations.
Many Fairviewites served as officers in their
The experience gained in Junior Achievement
is very valuable. Many of the members. of Jun-
ior Achievement Will be the businessmen and
women of tomo-rrow.
'l he Art tflulw, designed to provide pleasure
lor interested students, elected Kenneth NVorley
llresident, and lillriede lieller Vice-l7resident.
Secretary,-'l'reasurer, Under the able direction ol'
Mr. Barrett. these students have entered a sef
lected number of their better things in the Na-
tional Scholastic Art Contest at Stix, Baer and
lfuller. 'l'he biggest event of the year was the
Art lfxhihition given especially for the P. 'lf A.
lttst Rr--xv ti Cmlltns. l. l'ellet. .l, f,l.lINt'I'. li. ltllei. ll. Kose.
Setund Row Mt. l'uatri'tt, M. Nolwhe, .l. Collins. li. XX'orlev. li. Reese. l. llellin.
liist Row: B. l5ol.ind. ll l tidy. M. Schwing, lf Martin, B. Bauer. ID. Bollinger.
Second Row Mr. lltvhn M Yeneator. .l. l cult. M. l,JlUl'l5.lllFl1. .l, Carter, Ci. Porter, .l. llenry.
Future Teacherstd lnnuioa
lfuture 'lieachers of America is a nation wide
organization lcnr those students interested in be-
coming school teachers. Students in l5.'l'.A.
discuss the problems of teaching and also the
qualities needed in a good teacher.
Members attended teachers meetings and conf
ventions and a few had practice teaching in the
grade school. Dr. Miller. Mrs. Miller. and Mr.
Hohn are the sponsors of this worthwhile or-
Officers of this year's club are Madge Faier,
baum, president: Mary Schwing. vice-president:
Jessie Carter, secretary: Gail Porter, treasurer.
and Maurine Veneator, librarian.
First Row: L. Zimmer, J. Waltman. J. Agricola. M. Bierbaum. M. Schwing. G. Porter. V. Zimmer.
Second Row: G, Myers. l.. O'l.eary. J. Struhbe. J, Carter. Mrs. Goodwin. G. Hodge. A. Sheppard.
ational Honor ociety
Being selected for the National Honor So-
ciety is the highest honor that can be paid to
a student. Students who are selected must have
the outstanding qualities of scholarship, service.
leadership, and character. Students are nominat-
ed when juniors: and if they maintain an "S"
First Row: M. Bierbaum. G. Porter.
Second Row: B. Bauer, J. Otten. C. Vedell.
Third Row: M. Schwing. B, Yackey. J. Strubbe. K.
Fourth Row: J. Marino, G. Myers. S. Pollard.
scholarship average, they become members when
seniors. They are chosen by a vote of the teach-
ers and administrators of Fairview. The Na-
tional Honor Society is a nation-wide organ-
ization. Here at Fairview, it is sponsored by
lluill and vroll
Quill and Scroll is an international honorary
organization for juniors and seniors who have
done superior work in the field of journalism.
This includes writing, editing, or business man-
agement for either the Chieftain or the Courier,
A member must have a scholastic standing in the
upper third of his class and have the recommen-
dation ofthe principal or the journalism teacher.
Membership in the Quill and Scroll is some-
thing to be cherished by each junior and senior
who is accepted as a member in this society, as
it is the highest literary honor any high school
student may be awarded.
,lll School Plat.,
il lie play took place in the home ol'
lDr. Ora and llester liontaine tUayid
llerg and liatliy llolinl in llngland.
'lille story revolved around Roane Sliepl
perly tiiail Porter! a blind girl. and
her eliange lrom a young girl into a
woman, lay the events that occurred. An
accidental death was proven to be mur-
der. 'lhe stabbing oi' 'l'on1my tliobert
llodgel the retarded son ol the servants
Margaret and Herbert Pmiller tJessie
Carter and liugene Hodge! made it obf
vious that the murderer was intent upon
getting rid ol' all those who were im-
perleet, making lioane the next in line.
llester lfontaine. C3 e r a l d Clayton
t.lolm Marinol the fiance ol' Roane
and the maid lessie ldudy Ottenb tried
lo ease the tension upon her, but the
comments ol' Augusta Garvey tSue
Smitlm a society girl and the continuous
questioning ol' inspector Rodney Cfhurcli
tlionald liraust added to her struggle.
An alletttpl on her lile was made.
Slowly, but surely all those in the house
were taken care ol' until lioane laced
the murderer alone a blind girl against
.1 mentally unbalanced killer,
Mr. llmonias A. Mahon directed the
Mr. llolmn, Mr. Kulxal, Clary Nlatthes.
liolw Soos, and others helped set the
This was quite a year for the Thespians, In
November, they held an initiation at Mr. Ma-
hon's house, ln the spring, they held another
party for the purpose of initiating the new
i'Meet Me In Saint Louis,"
under the able direction of
Mr, Thomas A. Mahon was
set against the colorful back-
ground of the World's Fair.
David Berg a n d Jessie
Carter gave sympathetic in-
terpretations as the parents of
five strong-willed children:
Gail Porter, Judie Otten, Ei-
leen Martin, and Barbara Polt
were the four quick-tempered
Smith sisters: Bob Wagner
played their brother, who had
forsaken h is faithful girl
friend lJudy Strubbel for a
siren from the East lJoyce
Dietrichl : Gene Martens and
Allan Sheppard were the col-
legiate, All-American types,
intent upon winning t h e
hearts of the elder Smith sis-
ters: Mary Schwing played
Katie, the lovable Irish house-
keeper: Eugene Hodge was
Grandpa, an inveterate spin-
ner of i'yarns": Joyce Walt-
man portrayed the shrewish
neighbor, Mrs. Waughop: as
business associates of Mr.
Smith. Lowell Fears and
Steve Bollinger p r o V i d e Cl
much of the comedy: Ronnie
Lee displayed h i s talents
briefly as the conductor.
liirst Row: J. Carter. M.
Schwing. J. Meeks, J, Ollen.
S. Smith, J. Strubbe. C.
Vedell. ll. Martin.
Second Row: Mr. Mahon. D,
Berg, B. Hodge. B. Soos. G,
Matthes, J, Marino. R.
Kraus, G. Hodge.
Thespians from the Senior Play. Officers of
this organization for l958 were: President.
Jessie Carter: Vice President, Kathy Hohn: Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Gail Porter.
Pictures taken during rehearsals of "Meet Me in St. Louis."
Moments To Remember
Left to Right: Venita Axley, Sue Shy, Marilyn Siewing, Barbara Axley, Jackie Meeks, Nancy West, Pat Porter,
Dick Robertson, Sylvia Harrell, Barbara Doskal, Linda Wells. Bernadine Bauer, Faye Bohringer, Barbara
Gann, Nanciellen Davis, Beverly Poland.
May Queen Uoronation
Climaxing the near-end of another school
year was Fairview's annual May Carnival. At
this gala affair, held on the first Friday of May.
the school work of students ranging from kin-
dergarten to Seniors was displayed. Many ac-
tivities including the presentation of a one-act
play by the Dramatics Class lent interest to this
Highlighting the evenings events was the
crowning of Fairview's new May Queen. The
Queen, chosen from the Senior Class, was
crowned by the student body president. Two
special maids of honor, also from the Senior
class, and eight other maids, two from each
class, 8th grade through Junior, took part in
the Coronation. A Page and crown and train
bearers from the first grade completed the
Every girl in the Senior class. was eligible
for May Queen. After an elimination by the
student body, six candidates were chosen and
from this group, the Queen and her special maids
were elected. Until the actual crowning, the
Queen's identity remained unknown.
To conclude the coronation, the Queen and
her maids were joined by their escorts in a Court
The girls, arrayed in lovely pastel-colored
gowns and carrying multi-colored bouquets were
attractive against a royal blue background. All
the decorations and details of this majestic event
were under the direction of Miss Louise Hirsch.
The picture above is of last year's ceremony.
Because of our deadline, we were unable to show
a picture of this year's event.
. . . Blue robes with flowing sleeves and
starched white collars . . . the sound of a pitch
pipe, high and clear in the hushed silence . . .
gold braid and silver buttons . . . tuba bells,
brilliantly reflecting the sun on picnic day
. . . batons, short satin skirts, and tasseled
boots . . . the mellow, distant voices of glee
club, drifting from the music room into the
deserted corridors . . . the Alma Mater, sung
at the close of assembly . . .
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lfirst Row: B. Roche, J. Monick, L. Davis, J. Cramer.
Second Row: Shy, S. lfrost, K. Snider, G. Porter. K. Hohn, J. Palmer, V. Axley, P. Ortyl, B. Hodge. I
Third Row: C. Veneator, S. Spellaza, C. Frech. A. Darst, G. Hodge. L. Leavitt, Dt Berg. B. Cramer. l.. Liter
S. Sabo. B. Kruckeberg. B, Pointer, l.. Booher. B. Prcsnell. P. Egger, D. Coleman, Miss Child. M. Hogan
R, Kraus. G. Hansard. B. Hinkle.
Miss Child, the director, is to be commended
for the excellent performance of the band this
Something new to the Fairview bands activ-
ities developed this year when the band began
marching at the halves of the home basketball
games. They also. as usual, marched in the pic-
The band played at several assemblies, held
their annual concert in March, and participated
at the County Music Festival held at Jennings
The purchase of a few new uniforms necessi-
tated the need for fund raising projects such as
the bake sale and two doughnut sales.
Medals were awarded to those earning a total
of five hundred points accumulated during the
course of the year.
Officers of the band, who were elected at the
beginning of the year, were: President, Carl
Frech: Secretary, Ron Drausg and Librarian.
Leading the band formations at the basket-
ball games and in parades are majorettes, Sue
Smith, Sue Stone, Nancy Brodak, Sandy Weber.
and Drum Majorette, Jessie Carter. Once a girl
becomes a majorette, she retains that position
throughout her high school years. Vv'hen the
Drum Majorette graduates, the next girl in line
takes over that position. Try-outs are then held
and a new twirler is selected.
These baton twirling girls practice once a
week from 7:30 a.m. till 8:l5 a.m., except
before concerts and parades. Then they prac-
tice daily, working up rhythmic baton twirling
lpn! Row Doris l'tfiter. llarhira l'olt, llaine llennt-lit-rrv Dot Suninirrirli. l'at iollins. Sherry Scott, Carol lueke, Iiilit' Ye-lell, Sue Stone.
.lntlv lfanev, Henna-line liautr, farol llranilage. Ihervl Snnpwn, Yenita Axley, Ilonna Thornton
S :intl Nou llt-Itv llnniphriex Nlaurinr Kitt liesiirx' Marita Sliver, .leuie K artrr. Susan Nlawn. .lutlv llurvath, llean llonrher. Marx' :Xnn l't'.lls
lllant lhiixnier. lhvlix lralier Madge liierlmttni Nur Shy, Sandra lee XX'eber, luis WI vary
Ihiu-I li--w lauv lite: Sill XX'nlson, Ml--n XX'lnit- lem Sears Rav llanlrv lion
thin- time ,Nllan sir.-,Witt i....nt xx.ft.ii.,.. tat tml. tim I.-.n-.tt
The Chorus. under the direction of Mrs.
Martha Wttrtz. consisted of forty-four members
Many performances have been presented, in-
cluding the fall concert. the spring concert, sev-
eral assembly programs and performances for
the Mothers' Club and for the P.T.A. Christ-
A selected group of Chorus members repre-
sented fiairview in the 400 voice All-County
Chorus. The group sang for the annual All-
County lfestival Concert and the Suburban
On April lo the Chorus participated in the
St. l.ouis Suburban Music Festival. This year
This year's Christmas Caroling group was
composed of 20 members who were selected and
directed by Mrs. Wurtz. The carolers practiced
during the two weeks before the Christmas holi-
days, and they inspired the students with many
traditional Christmas Carols they sang in the
halls. This year, instead of singing in the cafe-
teria, the carolers sang in the grade school.
The carolers have often been complimented
for their fine singing and especially for helping
to brighten the spirit of the holidays. The grade
school particularly enjoyed their entertainment
as the carolers have never before sung there.
Kraus .Nltred llarst, linit- l5eX't-yilt, .lun llauling Tutu Kielt:
they were judged by Robert McGill and were
given favorable comments.
Membership in the Chorus is won by compe-
tition and audition. Eliminations are held in
Nancy Hoing and Kathy Hohn played as ac-
companists this year. Pat Collins and Dot Som-
merich took over the job as librarians. The at-
tendance officer was Maurine McChesney. Busi-
ness affairs were handled by Jessie Carter. The
robes were kept in good condition by the robe
custodians, Sherry Scott and Mary Ann Fears.
The property managers include l-arry Liter.
Allan Wlaite. Tom Sears, and Ciary Ciann.
liirst Row: Doris Porter, Diane Chrismer. Sue Shy.
Novette is a girls' musical group
selected by Mrs. Wurtz through com'
petitive tryouts. The novette partie
cipated in all the vocal musical con-
certs, plays, a private banquet, and
also at the annual music festival for
small ensembles. The group met once
a week for rehearsals. Some of the
songs they have performed are the
'Skylark Song," A'Sing We and
Chant lt," '4XVith Drooping Wings."
"A Nonsense Song," and many Chorf
Second Row: lilaine Henneberrv. Barlmra Polt. Sherry Scott. Doity Som-
merich, Madge Bierhaum. Kathy Hohn.
Girl' lllee Uluh
The Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of
lVlrs. Martha Wur'tz, is an extracurricular group
which meets twice each week after school. Any
girl desiring to sing is eligible to be a member.
All types of music are sung by this group in-
cluding many up-to-date songs and spirituals, as
well as classical pieces. Judy Horvath was li-
brarian and attendance officer was Billie Vedell.
First Row: Billie Vedell. Dolly Bollinger, Darlene Smith. Shari Ackfield, Doris Porter. Marilyn Hamilton. Barbara l'oli. Karol l.ueke, Judy
llanev. Judy llorvath. Berry Lienekr. Flnine l.ucly,
Second Row' Rmemary XX'ende. l.ee Zimmer. Vera Zimmer. PM Collins, Mary Spink. lidwina Smvnrwinslty, lglnine llenueberrv. llisilv hom
merich. Sue Stone, Sherry Scott. Marv Ann Fears. Lois O'l.c-ary. Vrnim Axley. Virginia Nobhe.
Third Row: Nancy Byington. Mary llenze. Judy ilnau. lklnryanne Hageman. Marcia Sliver. Mauine McC'hesney. Dean Boucln-r. l7mne Vlxrmn r
Sue Slw Madge l'Eierb.xun1, Diane Gnnu. Marge Nobbe,
A new group was organized for the
fall semester this year. The new or-
ganization, Girls' Ensemble, has four-
teen members. Rehearsals were held once
each week after school. Places in the
group were won by audition. The
group performed in assembly and at the
fall concert. The press of conflicting
schedules caused the department to drop
the group. Plans include this group
again for next fall.
The Boys' Ensemble. an extra-curri-
cular course, meets regularly twice a
week, both for learning and enjoyment.
Under the ahle direction of Mrs. Mar-
tha Wurtz, the Ensemble learns to sing
songs of all kinds: sacred music, serious
secular music, and novelty songs. The
boys perform at the regular concerts as
well as assemblies and meetings of par-
Places in the group' are won by audi-
tion. These try-outs are held each spring
to place boys in the group for the fol-
lowing year. Any boy in high school
Back Row: Marcia Sliver, Maurine McChesney. Dean Boucher. Diane Chris-
mer. Sue Shy, Lois O'l.eary.
Middle Row: Iilaine Henneberry, Dottie Sommcrich. Carol I.uelie. Sherry
Scott, Madge Bierbaum.
Front Row: Doris Porter, Barbara Polt, Sue Shy, Judy Haney.
Back Row: Ray Hanley. John White. Ron Kraus, Larry Liter, Allan White.
Front Row: Frank Wersching. Gary Gann, Allan Sheppard, Larry Leavitt.
. . . Tennis racquets, propped against the
coke machine . . . the hot, sticky smell of the
locker room on a summer afternoon . . . the
shrill cry of a whistle, smothered by a Wild,
continuous roar from the bleachers . . . track
shoes and sweat pants . . . a knot of dripping
umbrellas, clustered about the high jump . . .
pep talks, delivered around a crackling bon
fire . . . the rousing cadence of a victory song
chanted by the mingled voices of five-hundred
students . . .
Fil!-ly Y Ihrvf'
BOB HARMS RONNIE l.EE JIM HAMMACK FRANK WAl.SH DALE DAVIS
The 1957-58 EI-l.S. basketball season ended
with our popular Warriors fighting to the end.
Small of stature but great in determination and
tenacity this team refused to quit. An obvious
attribute of this years team was its excllent
morale. Time and again in the face of adversity
the "red and blue" came fighting back.
Known throughout the area for their integri-
ty, spiirit, and sportsmanlike conduct, the mem-
bers of the team, and the school, were honored
to receive, for the second time in three years, the
Carl Burris Sportsmanship Award.
Ron Lee, Bob Harms. Dick Biauch. Scott Pollard. lfranlc Walsh, Jim Hinkle. Dave Viercla. Dale Davis. Gene Stokes
Jim Hammack, Coach Moore in Center.
owls STO-KISS SCOTT PoL1.ARo DICK BRAUCH JIM HINKLE DAVE VIPRCK
Captain Ronnie Lee was elected to second
team North County All Stars and selected by
his teammates to receive the "Most Valuable
Player" award. Ronnie, this season's top scorer
with 238 points, swished the nets for 28 points
in one game and ended the season with an 11.3
Bob Harms, a junior. was elected to second
team North County All Stars. Bob developed
tremendously this year, and was second highest
scorer with 217 points. Smooth, jumping,
twisting Bob set a blistering pace in the Hazel-
wood game, scoring 32 points. to break the five
year old school record of 29 points set in I953.
Dave, a letterman since his sophomore year,
was the team's top rebounder. Bringing down
206 rebounds, Dave made himself conspicuous
in many games. With senior maturity, and the
determination, Dave could be the big man on
the boards next year in the North County
Dick, as predicted last year, has gained the
poise of the varsity player. Using the experience
gained on the varsity last year, Dick has found
has way in basketball, and become a polished
player. A husky lad, and rugged player, Dick
is respected by his competitors.
Dale, another junior, though in a supporting
roll this year, has done a terrific job. DaIe's easy
manner, intelligence, and deliberateness make
him an asset to any team.
Jim, a junior with a fine touch for shooting.
added experience in other departments, and be-
gan to show the rebounding prowess of a future
center. Jim had the third highest shooting per-
Gene, a ready and willing competitor, when-
ever called upon did a spectacular job in relief.
Regardless of circumstances, Ciene gave his ut-
most and was known for his relentless and un-
ceasing efforts. Perfected a fall-away jump shot.
Frank, a senior and veteran ball player,
proved to be a fighting rebounder. He seemed
always able to strengthen the team in this de-
partment when necessary. Although Frank took
few shots, his 5075 speaks for itself.
Jim, a junior, participated in I2 of the 21
games this year and served in a supporting role.
His speed and vigor give him the promise of
an interesting future.
Scott's coordination is rapidly catching his
early growth. Tall and slender, a favorite team-
mate off the court as well as on, Scott is the
type of player who could fill out and become a
star overnight. He participated in I2 of the 2I
games this year,
"ll" Team Basketball
This year the "B" team under the coaching
of Mr. Kent Savage, had a rough season from
start to close. The squad consisting of l7 un-
derclassmen, seven of which were freshmen,
played a good hard season. Playing first string
were Steve Shaughnessy, Bill Hoth, Jim Hard-
ing, Ron Havener, Bud Ochs and Rich Goslin,
ably assisted by the other team members.
Emerging high scorers from the 17 game sea-
son were Jim Harding with l75 points, and
Steve Shaughnessy and Bill Hoth, with 103
points and 97 points respectively.
These HB" team boys filled with the "fight-
ing" spirit and good sportsmanship gave even
their toughest opponents a fight to the end,
gaining much skill and experience.
The last game of the scheduled season ended
in an overtime win for Fairview over Hazel-
wood, the final score being 56-52.
Finishing the season with a total of five wins
and 12 losses, these boys show good promise
for a Varsity future.
Gary Wilhelm, Bob Brauch, Rich Goslin. Dennis Maul, Ron Havener, Gary Davis. Jim Harding, Wayne Sanford
John Monick, Jerry Stephenson, Bill Hoth, Larry Leavitt, Steve Sabo.
Nov. 26 .,.,.. .,,.... S t. Charles
Dec 3 ..... ,,,,... F erguson
Dec. 10 .,.,.. .,.,.., W ellston
Dec 1 3 ....... ...... B ayless
Dec 1 9 ..,.,..........,.,..,...,,.,..,......,.,.,.... Hancock
Dec. 26 Normandy Christmas Tournament
Jan 7 .................,,.....,,.............,...... Berkeley
Jan. 21 .,... ....... J ennings
Jan. 24 ..... ...,...................,.....,. R iverview
Jan. 28 .... ..,... N orth County Tournament
Feb. 4 ..... .,....,......,.,........,. H azelwood
Feb. 7 ,... ........,.,.,.,.,. B erkeley
Feb. 14 ..,.. ,.,.,.. M aryland Heights
Feb. 18 ..,. ..,,.,....,. P attonville
Feb. 21 ,.,.. ....,. J ennings
Feb. 25 ..,., .,..... R iverview
Feb. 28 ...,. ........ H azelwood
Mar. 3 .,..... ........ R egionals
luhn Palmer, Ronnie Brueggeman. Paul Rosywski. Bob Henry, James Sinas. David Hohenshell. Dave Nobles, Ron-
ald Smith, .lim Burke, Tom Henneberrv. l.arry Booher. Dennis Ilitzer. .lames Brookshier. Bill lewis. David
th Grade BaskethaH
This year the eighth grade basketball team
was capably coached by a newcomer to the
coaching staff, Mr. Jack Blake. The team con-
tinuously progressed through the year, fighting
hard and DOI admitting defeat. The defensive ex-
hibited good team work on the tricky plays:
yet, the offensive needed that last bit of spark
to win. Certainly the boys gained much helpful
experience and learned the rules for good sports'
manship. The team members should indeed be
congratulated for their continuous efforts and
This year's eighth grade cheerleaders were
chosen at an assembly. After tryouts, six girls
were chosen to cheer for' their team.
The girls, in keeping with our new school
colors, wore red felt skirts. white turtleneck
sweaters, white shoes, and blue Fairview letters.
Sponsored by Mr. Blake, they strove to perfect
their cheers. They attended every game and did
a commendable job. The girls had fun and ob-
tained experience in cheerleading and in pro-
Charlene Venalor, Sue l-mst, Carol Bania, Jackie lfades, Barbara Hall, Carol Miller.
BI RINADINIE BAUER JACKIE MEIEKS
The 1957-58 season has been one of the best
seasons for the pep club.
In order to become a member of this organiza-
tion, the students were asked to pay 25 cents
in dues at the beginning of the year, which
would keep them in for the entire season.
November 26, the pep club participated in an
assembly. They conducted a yelling contest, in
which the Eighth grade won the prize of penny
DOTTIE SOIVIMERICH PAT INGLISH
The first game of the year November 26. the
club chartered two buses to take spectators to
Several money-making devices were employed
this year. Warrior badges, printed game pro-
grams, and sock hop held January 21, were
among the methods used to take in money for
Iwrst Row' I. Szwarwinxlxy. Ii. XX'.ill-ienlmrxr, 13. Thornton. M. Spink, lb. Somnwriclm, D, Smith, I.. Zimmer, N' Zimmer. J. Ni-wlnmw
l.irnekc. S. Rick.
Second Row Ii, Russell. .I Kircher. K Rei-sc. IR Stokes, K. Shaughncssy, M. Santino, I O'I.e.1rv. .I. XVt-gninui. .l, Urnage. ll. Murpln
Smith. S. Tmnlhnm, M. Pmnge, lf. Simpson.
Third Row: S XVebur, B. Sledingk. S. XV.inlL. CQ Volkmann. 15. Senlman. M. Yenmtor, A. Sleek, lf. Sheppard, .l. Ollen. .l. Slrulxbc IR
Yailwy, .l, Meeks. N H'll.uie S XX'rlwr, IS. Ri-id
Iinurlh Ilow S. Stone. C, Matthews, S. Mtiirnlh, V. Trnclwte, S. Nlason, .I. Marlin, S. Shy, Ii. Snider. Mrs. Md.r.1clu'n.
' QBARA S'lilil7INCili VIQNITA AXl.lfY SUI-' STONY .IUDIIZ 5
Heap Big lndian
Just Broke l.oose
To become eligible for Cheerleading. Pep
Club membership is required. After several hard
days of toil. the election was held on October
Different from previous years, students first
performed in groups and then individually be-
fore various faculty members.
The l957-58 cheerleaders are: Bernadine
Bauer, Pat English, Jackie Meeks, Judie Otten,
and Dottie Sommerich with the two alternates,
Venita Axley and Barbara Stedingk.
The outfits this year consisted of red culottes
with red Udickiesf' white Vfneck sweaters, and
white lndian moccasins.
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Svttiittl Kim l lltftuiaii ti Iliuxiitl Xl Ilulwi X1 Ile.-i I llititltivit-ici l lIt'llt-i ll l'i.iut-i Y .Xxlt-v lI II.ini,i K llollmaii
llviitl lion l 'olliivx Xl lltigan, .I liaiviel .X .XIlt'ii I limp.-ut-it li lltxiwmei .l lltilln Nl ll.igt'm.tnu Xlalslva Il.igem.mn, li Linau ll
louith Knit I Intl I lmlv. l' lviglixlu K lu.-ke I liittlutill TN lHl.itltlt--let-, II lx.-in Nl ltwmiiit-
Front Row: Bud Ochs, Carl Frech, Sid Wilson, Rich Goslin, Neil Klocke, Bob Duncan, Jerry Zeller.
Second Row: Jerry Stevenson, Ronnie Lee, Dale Davis, Gene Stokes.
Back Row: Mr. Blake, Gary Davis, Tim Kiely, Jim Hinkle, Dick Brauch,
This year Fairview's baseball team, under a
new name, the Warrio-rs, and a new coach, Jack
Blake, suffered several hard knocks, but still
managed to come up with a respectable record
of 3 wins against 4 losses and one tie.
The infield consisted of G. Martens, D. Da-
G. Freck, S. Wilson, Zh: R. Lee, ss: J.
outfield situation was handled by G.
Pitching was placed in the able hands. of N. Stokes' R' Godin' and D' Vieffk'
Klocke and the ace ofthe staff, T. Kiely. Hats Off to G, Davis, B, Duncan, J, Zeller,
Catching was handled by D. Brauch and B, and all other subs who stuck with the team
Ochs. throughout the season.
l rt nt Row: Bob Soos, Bob Harms. Gene Stokes. Ronnie Lee. Steve Bollinger, David Stubhlefield. Lowell Fears,
Second Row: Dick Brauch. Jim Harding, Dave Vierck. Larry Leavitt, Rich Volkmann, lid Shelton, Niel Klocke.
lhird Row: Ron Havener, Bob Pointer, Bruce Kruckeberg, Rich Goslin, John Jarvis, John White. Rich Hyd1ik.
Bob Duncan. Bob Hackman, Bob Hodge, Jerry Stephenson.
lourth Row: Bob Yuede, Sid Holland, Ray Moeller, Dennis litler, Bud Ochs. Bob Tomazi. Tom Moynihan.
Dennis Moul, Bob Brauch, Mr. Kammerer.
As Spring once again came to Fairview High,
track season was on the minds of forty-four
Fairview boys. Although they had a late start
this year, the track team of 1958 was confident
that their school would be highly represented in
the county. The enthusiasm of the participants
stood out in everyday practice, and this attitude
was continued throughout the season. Most of
the boys participating were in their first and
second years of high school, and were anxious
to show their best for the school.
The tennis team this year was made up of
ten players under Coach Kent Savage. The team
has membership in the suburban league.
This year's season opened with a victory for
Fairview over St. Charles. The tennis schedule
included ten games.
The tennis team was encouraged greatly by
the large turnout of spectators who cheered the
team on. This team looks encouraging for fu-
ture years as the majority of the players are un-
First Row: D. Davis, J. Hammack, D.
Napier, A. Sheppard, G. Davis.
Second Row: A. White, D. Little, J.
Mattola, D. Kane, R. Fox.
Third Row: D. Egger. L. Terry, R.
Ruby, J. Zeller, S. Sabo.
April 8-St. Charles here
April l0-Ladue here
April 15--Ferguson there
April 17--Clayton there
April 22-U. City here
April 23-St. Louis U.
May 8-Webster Groves
liirst Row: 13. l3.iuer. M. 13ier'laaum. D, Smith. C, Smotherman. B. Bania. P. Wis.i, J. Marlin. S, Stone, S. NV.inlz.
li. Martens, M. Hager. B. Stedingk. D. Wirtz. K. Wilhelm, D. Wiedner'.
Second Row: .l. Meeks, P. Ortyl. H. Gerdes. U. Nobbe, 12, 1.udy, B. Axley. B, Hinkle, C. Volkmann, J. Brack-
meier. J. Piel. N. O'Hare, J. Behrans.
Third Row: P. lnglish. J. Slruhbe. M. Veneaior. J. Hejna, N. Brodak, S. Vkleber. P. Winder.
lfourth Row: 13. Roche. A. Allens, S. Shy, C. Bramlage.
Senior and Freshman basketball class teams
set the better records this year. Seniors won 3
out of 4, Riverview 14-13: Hazelwood 22-13:
Hazelwood 14-3: losing to Ritenour 18-14.
Freshman won 2: Riverview 43-6: Ferguson
15-13: and tied with Hazelwood 21-21. The
sophomores lost 3 games: Hazelwood 7-20:
Ritenour 22-26: and Clayton 27-32: winning
the game with Riverview 17-7, Juniors won
their game with Riverview 13-6: yet lost 3
games to Hazelwood 10-21: Ritenour 13-22:
U. City 13-28.
This year's varsity of 12 girls has a fine sea-
son. Varsity played 5 games, won the game
with Riverview 34-26, won the game with
Ritenour 33-31, won the game with Patton-
ville 31-29 and lost to Hazelwood 50-49 and
to Ferguson 35-34.
GIRLS' BASKISTBAIJ. VARSITY
lfrom lelt In right: P. Vv'is.i, M, Veneaior, li. l.udy, B. Roche. C, Bmmlage, S. Shy, B. Sledingk, P. Ortyl. H.
Cierdes. M. Hager. 12. Martens. C. Smotherman.
.. -6 li
First R0-W: D. Piel, M. Bierbaum, D. Smith, C. Smotherman, B. Bania, D. Sommerich, A. Allen, J. Marlin. B.
Kern, M. Hager, C. Lueke, E. Martens, B. Ried, D. Wirtz, J. Piel.
Second Row: J. Meeks, P. Ortyl, H. Gerdes, C. Pulaski, M. Henze, J. Risinger, M. Spink, J. Brockmeier. N.
Brodak, D. Pipkin, N. O'Hare, K. Wilhelm.
Third Row: P. Inglish, L. O'Leary. S. Stone, E. Ludy, B. Hinkle, S. Shy, S. L. Weber, P. Winder.
Fourth- Row: B. Roche, Du Boucher, J. Hejna. C. Bramlage.
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL VARSITY
First Row: D. Smith, P. Inglish, B. Bania, A. Allen, J. Marlin.
Second Row: S. Shy, C. Smotherman, S. Stone, C. Pulaski.
Third Row: B. Roche, H. Gerdes.
Top Row: P. Ortyl.
As in many years past, the volleyball
teams proved very successful this year.
From a total of eighteen class team
games they won thirteen.
The seniors won from Ritenour 27
to 24, Pattonville 22 to 16, Hazelwood
28 to 12 and lost to Riverview 30 to
26 and to Normandy 19 to 9.
The juniors defeated Ritenour 17 to
15, Riverview 36 to 17, Normandy 23
to 12, Pattonville 21 to 26, and were
defeated by Hazelwood 21 to 18.
The sophomores won from Patton-
ville 17 to 14, Hazelwood 23 to 20 and
lost to Riteno-ur 24 to 18, Riverview 23
to 18 and Normandy 34 to 5.
The freshmen came in with a perfect
record, as they won from Riverview 42
to 22, Pattonville 34 to 5, and Hazel-
wood 22 toll.
The varsity played against Jennings,
Riverview, Hazelwood, Normandy, Pat-
tonville, Ritenour, and Ferguson. The
varsity consists of seven seniors and five
Iiirst Row: P. Ortyl. D. Smith. P. Inglish. B. Roche, P. Wisa. J. Marlin, A. Allen. P. Murphy, J. Loraine, S. Shy,
B. Willis, M. Hager, D, Chrismer, B. Stedingk, M. Hagemann, Ci. Urso. D. Wirtz, B. Russell, C. Bramlage.
Second Row: L. O'Lear'y, B. Bauer, l.. Hardwick, M. Cates, V. Nobbe, M. Spink. J. Hejna. B. Hinkle, J. Piel, P.
Winder. B, Walkenhorst.
Third Row: J. Meeks, B. Yackey, B. Axley. E. Martens, C. Wolkman, N. Brodak. S. Weber, D. Weidner. J.
Fourth Row: H. Gerdes, B. Bania, E. Martens, K. Wilhelm.
Softball, another sport much enjoyed
by a number of girls at Fairview, has a
rather limited interscholastic schedule.
This fall many ambitious girls, anx-
ious to prove their skill and earn posi-
tions on class teams, flocked to- the dia-
mond. After a series of try-out and pre-
liminary games, the class teams were se-
In the fall play-offs, the Sophomores
won over the Freshmen with a 9-ll
score. The upperclassmen game was a
real thriller with the Juniors edging the
Seniors in a 9-I0 victory. In the final
game, the underclassmen Sophomores
trounced the Juniors, I0-7 to become
Fairview's Fall Softball Champs.
The various activities and social
events occuring in the spring has cur-
tailed the softball schedule, not yet com-
pleted in time for this publication. How-
ever, it is certain that all the remaining
softball games will be played with great
enthusiasm and true sportsmanship.
GIRLS' SOFTBALL VARSITY
First Row: C. Bramlage, C. Smotherman, B. Bania. A. Allen, J
Second Row: S. L. Weber. E. Martens, K. Wilhelm, P. Murphy.
Third Row: B. Roche, P. Ortyl.
Top Row: H. Cierdes.
. . . Wall maps and a pointer . . . note book
covers and desk tops, thick with initials . . .
tissue paper patterns, pin cushions, and cloth
tapemeasures . . . freshly sharpened yellow
pencils . . . compasses, rulers, and plastic pro-
tractors . . . chalk dust and wax . . . mimeo-
graphed copies of "Ode on a Grecian Urn"
and 'lSt. Agnes' Eve" . . . Latin conjugations,
scribbled on the back of an envelope . . .
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HOME ECONOMICS II
.luninr Classes I
Eighth Grade Ulasses
SOCIAL STUDIES, SECTION I
SOCIAL STUDIES, SECTION II
1957-5 8 OFFICERS
President , , Mrs. Lois Wild
Vice President , Mrs. Jackie Setchfield
Secretary , . ,Mrs. Mary Hoff
Treasurer , Mrs. Florence Eickermann
The Second Friday of Each Month in the Assembly Room
of the Fairview High School Building
l 1 15 P. M.
President .A,....... ..,...,..,................. M rl. Wm. Otten
Vice President .....,.. .....i.,... M r. Robert Harris,
Secretary ....,...... .,...,,,. M iss Rosalie Scheppers
Treasurer ..... ..,,i. ,...., M r . Martin Peacock
The Third Monday of Each Month in the High School Gym
7:30 P. M.
Mr. Hal Moore Mrs. May Barton
Mr. Homer McCraken Mr. Ken Wild
Miss Pat Decher Mr. Frank Walsh
Mrs. Abie Knox Mr. Bruce Chant
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6614 W. Florissant
SUPER BI RITE MARKET
6912 W. Florissant
COMPUMENTS OF THE RECORD MART
R B 6919A Florissant EVergreen 1-6226
Al-r Conditioned Popular Records and Classical
H1-E1 RECORD PLAYERS AND RADIOS
4 CHAIRS Gifts - Hallmark Greeting Cards
6715 W. Florissant Ave.
k I EV. 3-8700
Chambers '25 W. Florissant
bakery in Schnuck's Market
6800 W. Florissant Ave.
A complete line of school supplies
at all times.
"Always a' Pleasure to Serve You"
EV. 3 -5 6 3 O
Bus. EV. 1-9177 Res. EV. 2-5236
Green Thumb Flower Shop
Flowers For All Orcasions
6523 W. Florissant St. Louis 20, Mo.
BILLS, SERVICE STATION
Your Friendly Mobilgas Dealer
Jennings Road at McLaren
EVergreen 5-1910 Pick up 25 Delivery
oDoRLEss DRY CLEANING
Certified Fabric-Safe Finishing
We Own and Operate Our Own Plant
7 5 21 W. Florissant
EV. 2-1200 Watch S5 Jewelry Repairing
BRADFORD J EWELERS
WATCHES - DIAMONDS - JEWELRY
60 Northland Shopping Center
Jennings 21, Mo.
CODIE J. BRADFORD'
PORTS AUTO Z6
6902 W. Florissant
p , Complete line of sporting goods
PORT REECE Phone CO. 1-5 3 61
FREUND BAKING COMPANY
920 South Taylor Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri
Help Prevent Fires 5841 Hamilton Ave
U U U Jennings 20, Mo.
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NORTH SIDE BANK
6605 W. Florissant Ave.
Jennings 20, Mo.
Serving St. Louis and St. Louis
County Schools for Over 40 Years
C om pl imen ts of
William H. Finke
1932 - 1958
Our 26th Year
C U Q U E T
Jewelers and Optometrists
524 Arcade Bldg.
Meats - Grocery - Frozen Foods
5300 Janet Ave.
23 3 1 P' S
CE wtgeet PLoRENc:E's
. . . . . . 5255 Jennings Road
EV. 3 -8519
Tax Consultant - Bookkeeping Service oi
5750 Helen Avenue EV. 2-7878
THE PEP CLUB
CLINT '25 I-IACKNEY COmP"'me'm0f
TEXAC0 SERVICE Drew Shade '25 Palnt Co.
Riverview PAINTS--VENETIAN BLINxf-iHADES
EV 1-9130 6816 West Florissant
' Colfax 1-3155
FIX MIX CONCRETE
FIX WAND CO
EVergreen 3 -2 5 8 0
583 6 HELEN AVE.
Lou's Zephyr Service
Tires - Batteries -- Lubrication
8727 Jennings Road
the new management of
6515 West Florissant
P H E L O S
DALE S. FASHION SHOP McGuire's Auto Service
For Dzscrzmmatmg Women Sinclair products
Coats - Suits - Dlesses 5662 Jennings. Rd. Flordell Hills, Mo.
Sportswear if Accessories Evergreen 3-9199
6918 W. Florissant CO1fax 1-5953
Seven ty- nine
The Editors of
Their Loyal Advertisers
Quick Hardware '55 Paint Co
Hardware for any purpose
Paint for every surface
6806 W. Florissant
Open 'til noon
JENNINGS 20, MO.
Riverview Plaza Shopping Center
Cakes for all occasions
. , UN. 8 - 3 8 3 8
JENNINGS FLORAL SHOP
5758 Helen Ave.
EVergreen 3 -83 3 6
FLORISSANT HARDWARE CO.
6720 W. Florissant Ave.
Jennings 20, Mo.
We Give Eagle Stamps
Paint-Glass-Electrical Supplies-Steel Goods
One Stop Laundry and Cleaning Service
6920 W. Florissant Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lock and
Cozy Corner Confectionery
Mayes-Sloan Variety Store
Nolte's Food Shop
Fro-m a Friend
Mr. Stan Schuermann
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Strubbe
Mr. and Mrs. George'FOulds
G. F. C. LOAN COMPANY
6907 W. Florissant Ave.
VIVIAN GALE, Cashier
EVergreen 3- 1 627
Ben Franklin Store
Locally Owned Nationally Known
6806 W. FLORISSANT AVE.
Jennings 20, Mo.
Free Pick Up 55 Delivery EVergreen 5-2436
DRY CLEANING SPECIALISTS
We Clean Anything From Gloves to Rugs
MELv1N's CLEANERS, INC.
8752 Jennings Road at Hord Avenue
COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE
PRESSING - DYEING - ALTERATIONS
Melvin Tuepker, Pres. Viola Tuepker, V. Pres.
M. C. Wild, Secretary
We Trade High - See Us before you Buy
Parker 'Ed Angelo, Inc.
P 3 A SALES
Furniture fd Appliances
5138 North Broadway
Open Mon., Wed., Fri. till 9 p.m.
E. Parker - V. Angelo
Hours EVergreen 3-9738
6 a.m. to ll p.m. daily 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sun.
FRAN'S SHELL SERVICE
MOTOR TUNE-UP - ROAD SERVICE
Brake 8 Muffler Service
5201 Janet Ave. at Jennings Road
Rosner's Kitchen Mart
Complete Kitchen Remodeling
Plastic Wall and Floor Tile
Sold and Installed '
7026 W. Florissant Ave.
GODDARD MOTORS INC.
De Soto Plymouth
7302 West Florissant
ALBERT FUCHS, President
Bus. EV. 2-6100
Res. EV. 1-6448
BARGAINS Compliments of
Dress 8 Work Shoes S
R, Air Conditioned
5 204 Helen 5 613 Jennings Road
Colfax 1-4685 COMPLIMENTS
Jefferson Furniture Co., Inc. OF
Mon., Thurs.. Fri. till 9
FURNITURE FOR EVERY BUDGET
WooDY O'NEAL, President
6812-14 W. Florissant
St. Louis 20, Mo.
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Sporting Goods Co.
6719 W. Florissant
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