Fairview High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Jennings, MO)
- Class of 1959
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Mr. Kent Savage
To the greatest force in our lives -- our parents --
sacrificing, teaching, and loving --
We who have formed physically and spiritually in their care
do respectfully dedicate this book.
FOREWORD .... This is Fairview. The days spent here will always
be remembered with happiness. Here, together with our friends and
teachers, we have shared our joys and sorrows, our accomplishments
and our failures. Here, we have cheered at basketball games, danced
at teen-town, and attended the Prom -- but we have also worked and
studied, building a foundation of knowledge for our lives. It is our
desire that through the pages of the 1958 - 59 Chieftain, this year,
which has been so enjoyed today canbe remembered freshly and clearly
MUSIC . .
SPORTS . .
MR. ERIC M. HOHN
AM., Missouri University
Dr. Miller came to Fairview in 1953 at which time
he taught eighth grade English, spelling, and literature.
In the spring of 1956 he continued his education at St.
Louis University and received his Ph. D., Doctor of
Philosophy degree, the first member of the Fairview
Faculty to receive this. Upon the appointment of Mr.
Hohn as Superintendent by the Board of Education in
1958, Dr. Miller became principal of Fairview High
Dr. Miller, like Mr. Hohn, is well known in St.
Louis County for his work in trying to find a solution
to the problem of reorganization.
This has been Mr. Hohn's first year as Super-
intendent of the West Walnut Manor School District.
Five years after his arrival at Fairview in 1929, he
became principal of Fairview High SchooL In those
five years preceding this appointment as principal, Mr.
Hohn acted the role of teacher and coach.
Mr. Hohn's interests have not only been local.
He is the president of the St. Louis Suburban Teachers'
Association and has worked diligently on plans of re-
organization of school districts which would benefit the
whole county. Mr. I-Iohn is well known throughout the
county as an untiring worker for the cause of education.
DR. EIBAR MILLER
6 M.E., St. Louis University
Ph.D., St. Louis University
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. Dana Corey, Mr. I oe Moore, Vice-Presidentg Mr. Leonard Cole, Treasurer, Mr.
Robert Nolte, President, Mr. Arthur Blacklock, Secretary, Mr. Eric Hoh, Supertind-
entg Mr. Norman Ochs.
This year the Board of Education of the West Walnut Manor School District was extremely busy doing
its normal duties of appropriating money, choosing leaders and teachers, and providing desirable cond-
itions conducive to learning.
The most important project this year of the board was to wage an excellent campaign for the con
solidation of the West Walnut Manor and Jennings School Districts. Although the proposition failed to pass
the election demonstrated the unity of the West Walnut Manor School District.
Credit must be given to the secretaries ofFair-
l view for their vital part in the behind-the-scenes
functions which they daily perform. In addition to their
office work, they assist students in making tickets,
programs, and posters.
Working in the superintendent's office are Mrs.
Charlotte Matthes, and Miss Frances Decher.
In the principal's office is Mrs. Shelia Zimmerman.
We here at Fairview greatly appreciate the work
of these three secretaires.
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MISS ROSEMARY CHILD
B.A., Mount St. Ioseph College
MRS. ANNA TRESTIK
A.B. , Washington U.
MR. GEORGE KUKAL
Industrial Arts and Mechanical
M.Ed. , Missouri U.
MRS. ZITA CANTWELL
English and Latin
A.B. , Maryville College
A.M., St. Louis U.
MR. KENT SAVAGE
B.S. , Missouri U.
M.A., Washington U.
MR. JOHN BARRETT
A.B., Syracuse U.
MISS PATRICIA LOUVALL
MRS. WINIFRED GOODWIN A.B.' St. Louis U.
A.B., Washington U.
MR. HAL MOORE
Boys' Physical Education
B. S., Central Missouri
State Collegeg M.S. ,
MR. FRED DALHBERG
Social Studies and
B.S., Missouri U.
MRS. CEDONA KENDALL MISS EU-A SCHU'-T25
Home Economics Commercial Studies
A.B. , Indiana State Tea.cher's College, B-5- - Missouri U-
B. S. , Southeast Missouri State
MISS FRANCES MARSHALL
Guidance and Mathematics
M. E. , Kansas U.
MISS RUTH COWGILL
B. S. , Washington U.
MR. JACK BLAKE
B. S. , Arkansas State
MRS. ROSALIND MILLER
A. B. , Drury College
MR. GLENN KAMMERER
B. S. , Southeast Missouri
State College, M. S. , Southern
MR, JOSEPH LUKITSCH
MR' ALBERT COOPER B. S. , Murray State College
M. A. , Washington U.
MRS. RITA MC CRAKEN
English and Literature
B. S. , Southeast Missouri
MISS LOUISE HIRSCH
Girls' Physical Education
B. S. , Missouri U.
MRS. MARTHA WURTZ
Vocal Music and Typing
B. S. , Central Missouri State College
M. A. , Washington U.
MR. THOMAS MAHON
English and Speech
B. S. , Washington U.
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Healthy, free, the world before me,
The long brown path before me leading
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ALMALETA ALLEN . . . Class Softballg Class
Volleyba11gClass Basketball: Softball vanity:
Volleyball Varsity: Basketball Varsityg Glee
Clubg Pep Club: Style Show: Junior Achieve-
ment: Courier ClubgAnnua1 Staff: Courier Staff:
Home Economics Club.
BARBARA AXLEY . . . Chorus: Glee Club:
Court of Queeng Class Softballg Class Basket-
ballg Cheerleader: StudentCounci1, Secretary-
Treasurer of the Student Body: Pep Clubg Style
Showg Home Economics Club: Prom Com.: N.
C' C. J.: Secretary Treasurerg Annual Staff,
NANCY BYINGTON . . . Glee Club.
BETTY BANIA . . . Class Basketballg Class
Softballg Class Volleyballg Pep Clubg Junior
Achievement: N. c.C. J.: Dancing: Annual
Staff: Courier Staffg Courier Club.
RICHARD BRAUCH . . . Baseballg Track:
Scholastic Art Magazineg Student Body Presi-
dentg Ping Pong Toumamentg "B" Team Basket-
ballg Varsity Basketball.
ROBERTA CLUBB . . . Junior Achievement.
GAIL COLLINS . . . Art Club: Library Club:
Scholastic Art Contest: Junior Achievement.
JOHN DE CLUE . . . B0y's Glee Club.
SANDRA FOX . . . Style Showg Home Eco-
nomics Clubg F-64 Club, Library Club.
DALE DAVIS . . . Chorusg Boy's Glee Clubg
"B" Team Basketballg Tennisg Boy's Double
Quartetteg Junior Achievernentg Trackg Base-
ballg Ping-Pong Tournamentg Missouri Boy's
State 1958, Varsity Basketball.
LINDA GADDIS . . . ArtClubgPepC1ubgScho- B
lastic Art Contestg Junior Achievement.
MARIE HACKMANN . . . ArtClubg Home Eco-
nomics Clubg Kitchen Planning Contestg An-
JIM HAMMACK . . . Boy's Glee Clubg Fresh-
man Quartetg "B" Team Basketbal1gChorusg
Baseballg Tennis Teamg Varsity, Basketball-
JUDY HANEY . . . G1eeC1ubgPepClubgVo1-
leyballg Student Councilg All County Chorusg
Style Showg Junior Achievementg Home Eco-
nomics Clubg Chorus.
EVA HAGAN . . . Annual staff.
MARILYN HAMILTON . . . Gir1's Glee Clubg
Junior Achievementg Pep Club.
LEE ANN I-IARDWICK . . . Pep Clubg Kitchen
Planning Contestg Junior Achievementg Glee
ROBERT HARMS . . . Chorusg "B" Team Bas-
ketball: Varsity Basketballg Boy's Glee Clubg
Double Quartetg All-County Chorusg Trackg
Baseball: Courier Clubg Annual Staffg Student
Councilg Prom Reporterg Freshman Vice-Pres-
identg Prom Committee.
JAMES HINKLE . . . Baseball Team: "B" Team
Basketball: Varsity Basketball: Courier Club:
Ping Pong Tournament: Annual Staff.
ROBERT HODGE . . . Band: Baseball: Track
Team: Vice President: Band Play: Basketball
Manager: All School Play.
NANCY HOING . . . :ArtClub:Glee Club: Pep
Club: Debate: Science Club: Chorus: All County
Chorus: N. C. C. J.
BETTY HUMPHRIES . 0 . Girls C166 Club: Pep
Club: Basketball: Chorus.
ALAINE HENNEBERY . . . Glee Club: Courier
Club: Pep Club: Chorus: Novette: Carolers: Jun-
ior Achievement: A11 Cormty Chorus: Girls En-
MARY HENZE . . . Pep Cluh: Glee Club: Soft-
ball: Basketball: Photography Club: Volleyball.
STEPHEN HOETTE . . . Track Team.
KATHLEEN HOHN . . . Courier Club: Courier
Staff: Debate: Band: Photography Contest: Basket-
ball: Volleyball: Pep Club: Prompter, "Our Miss
Brooks", "Curious Savage": Chorus: Scholastic
Magazine: Voice of Democracy: National For-
: ensic league: Style Show: Thespian: Novetne:
Quill and Scroll: "The Night ls My Enemy":
Ferguson Speech Contest: Prom Committee:
Editor of Annual.
WILLIAM KINDERMAN . . . Band, Camera
Clubg Debate Clubg Track Team.
NEIL KIDCKE . . . Baseballg "B' Team Bas-
ketballg Track Team.
LARRY LITER . . . Bandg Boy's Glee Clubg
Boy's Quartetg Chorusg County Chorusg Student
Council: "Ladies of the Iury"g "B" Team Bas-
ketball, Trackg Boy's Ensemble.
ELAINE LUDY . . . Home Economics Clubg
Chorusg Photography Clubg Style Showg Kitchen
Planning Contestg Class Basketball: Varsity Bas-
ketballg PepClubg Dancingg Annual Staffg Cour-
RONNIE KRAUS . . . Bandg Boys' Glee Clubg
Chorusg P r 0 m C o m mit t e e g "The Curious
Savagef' "Ladies of the Juryg" "The Night is My
JUDITH KUNSTMANN . . . Style showy Junior
Achievementg Science Club.
GERALD MC ALLISTER . . . Camera Club.
MAUREEN MC CHESNEY . . . G1eeClub: Jun-
ior Achievementg Chorus: All County Chorusg
EUNICE MARTENS . . . Kitchen Planning Con-
testg Style Showg Class Softball.
PAT MURPHY . . . Pep ClubgGirl's Glee Clubg
Kitchen Contestg Home Economics Clubg Junior
Achievementg Class Softballg Class Basketball.
JOHN MARINO . . . Debate Clubg Freshman
Class Presidentg Thespiansg "Connecticut Yan-
kee", "Our Miss Brooks", "Curious Savage",
"Ladies of the Jury", "The Nightis My Enemy"g
Art Clubg Chorusg Courier Clubg Human Rela-
tionsg Bandg Voice of Democracyg National For-
ensic Leagueg Student Councilg President Teen
Towng Quill and Scroll.
IOANN MARLIN . . . Gi.r1's Glee Clubg Pep
Clubg Student Councilg Class Volleyballg Class
Softballg Class Basketballg Home Economicsg
Junior Achievementg Prom Reporterg Annual
Staffg Courier Staffg Courier Club.
BARBARA MASTERS . . . Library ClubgKitchen
Planning Contestg Style Show.
GARY MATTHES . . . Human Relationsg Cour-
ier Clubg Camera Clubg Student Councilg N.C.
C.J .g Prom Committeeg "Connecticut Yankee",
Stage Crewg "Night is My Enemy", Stage Man-
agerg Asst. Editor of Cheiftaln.
DAN NAPIER . . . Chorusg Glee Clubg Carol-
ersg Boy's Double Quartetg "B" Team Basket-
ballg Student Councilg Tennis Teamg All Coun-
ty Chorusg Ping Pong Tournament.
JAMES NATELSKY . . . Scholastic Magazine
Art Contest: Art Clubg Track.
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SCOTT POLLARD . . . "B" Team Basketballg
Chorusg Quill and Scroll, Secretary-Treasurerg
Freshman Double Quartetg Sophomore Presidentg
Baseballg Boys' Double Quartetg Boys' Glee Clubg
Varsity B a s k e t b a l lg Junior Presidentg Student
Councilg Prom Committee.
MARY PRANGE . . . Pep Club.
BILL NEUKOM . . . Baseballg Junior Achieve-
VIRGINIA NOBBE . . . ArtClubg Home Econom-
ics Clubg Class Basketballg Class Baseballg Pep
Clubg Style Showg Kitchen Planning Contestg Art
Club Contestg Glee Clubg Annual Staff.
CAROL PULASKI . . . Chorus: Art Clubg Photo-
graphy Clubg Pep Clubg Volleyball Teamg Var-
sity Volleyballg Kitchen Planning Contestg Home
Economics Club: Style Showg Annual Staff.
NORMA ROBISON . . . Kitchen Planning Con-
testg Style Showg Pep Club.
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MARILYN SAWICKI . . . G1eeC1ubgPepC1ubg
Home Economics Clubg Fashion Show.
CAROL SCHARF . . . Pep Clubg Library Clubg
Home Economics Ciubg Camera Clubg Kitchen
Planning Contestg Style Showg Junior Achieve-
KATHERINE SHAUGHNESSY . . . Pep Clubg
Home Economics Club.
CAROLYN SIMPSON . . . Pep Club.
MIKE RUSSO . . . Trackg Junior Achievement.
MARIE SANTINO . . . Pep Clubg Home Eco-
SHERRY SCOTT . . . Gir1's Glee Clubg Pep
Clubg Chorusg Court of Queeng Basketbalig Vol-
leyballg Novetteg A11 County Chorusg Christmas
Caroling Groupg Gir1's Ensernbleg N.C.C.I.
BARBARA SENTMAN . . . G1eeC1ubgPepC1ubg
Junior Achievementg Library Clubg Home Eco-
nomics Clubg Courier Clubg Annual Staffg Cour-
SUSAN SMITH . . . Pep Clubg Debate Clubg
"Our Miss Brooks"g "Ladies of the Iury"g "The
Night is My Enemy"g Majoretteg Junior A-
chievementg Thespiang Courier Clubg "Curious
Savage"g Class Basketballg Home Economics
Clubg Dancingg "The Shoemakers Wife"g Prom
DOROTHY SOMMERICH . . . Softballg Pep
Clubg Girl's GleeC1ubg Chorusg N.C.C.I. Car-
olersg County Chorusg Cheerleader-Varsityg
Volleyball Novetteg Courier Clubg Quill and
Scrollg Mo. State 1958, Maid at COIOHHUOH:
Girl's Ensemb1egAnnua1Staffg Business Manager
SUE STONE . . . Majoretteg Cheerleaderg
Basketballg Pep Clubg Chorus: Junior Achieve-
ment: All County Chorusg Volleyballg Varsity
Volleyballg Varsity Softballg Class Basketball.
BETTY STURDIVANT . . . Girl's Glee Club
MARCIA STIVER . . . Pep Clubg Girl's Glee
Clubg Junior Achievementg Chorus: Girl's En-
SANDRA TRANTHAM . . . Home Economics
Clubg Glee Clubg Pep Clubg Junior Achieve-
BILL UMMELMANN . . . Courier Club: Cam-
DAVID VIERCK . . . Chorusg Boys' Glee Clubg
Freshman Double Quartetteg Baseballg Basketball:
BRENDA VINCENT . . . Courier Clubg Girls'
Glee Clubg Softball Teamg Pep Clubg Home Ec.
Club: Fashion Show .
ROSEMARY WENDE . . . Home EC. Clubg Li-
brary Clubg Pep Clubg Baseball Teamg Fashion
ALLEN WHITE . . . Art Clubg Boys' Ensembleg
All-County Chorusg Carolersg Chorus.
BILLIE VEDELL . . . Art Clubg Pep Clubg Gir1's
Glee Clubg Chorus.
MAURINE VENATOR . . . Pep Clubg Camera
Clubg Chorusg Volleyballg Debateg Basketball
N.C.C.J.g Kitchen Planning Contestg Student
Councilg National Forensic League g Courier Clubg
Varsity Basketballg Future Teachers of Americag
Dancingg Annual Staff.
RICHARD VOLKMANN . . . Chorusg Track
Teamg Baseball. V
JOHN WASMER . . . Track Teamg Basketball
PATRICIA WISA. . . Basketball, Varsity Basket-
ball, Softball, Varsity Softball, Home Ec. Club,
BETTY WONISH . . . Girls'Glee Club.
DOROTHY RILEY . . . Chieftain Staff, Courier
Staff, Pep Club.
JANET UTNAGE Library Club
KENNETH WORLEY . . . Art Club, Christmas
Carol Poster Contest, Scholastic Magazine Art
WESLEY TIPTON. . . F-64 Club, Courier Staff.
"F air upon the hilltop standing,
Challenging the eye,
Stands the school we love so dearly,
Stands our Fairview High."
lt is with many, many happy memories that we, the Class of 1959 depart from Fariview High.
Some of us have been at our small school for twelve years, others only two or three, but we all
feel the same loyalty. And perhaps never more keenly was this loyalty than this year, the year
In former years we had a tendancy to take our school for granted, but this feeling was ended
when an event took place which made us pause to reappraise our little school. The consolidation
election, while failing in its initial purpose, did perhaps something even more significant. It
united the district in itself and caused our community to realize the merits of Fairview High.
We, the Class of 1959, have never had such pride in our school as we now possess. The
little school on the hilltop is very close to our hearts. We are proud of her high ranking, her
music and drama departments, her student government, her achievements in sports. This is
truly a year to remember, the year that Fairview went to state in basketball. We are proud
of our Warriors, who have brought home three third-place trophies, and a shining first-place
trophy, achieved in competition against large schools, the ones that tend to look down upon
little F airview. ,
But size is not necessary for strength. Infact, because of our small size the student
body is closely-knit, working together for a common goal, the best possible education.
On graduation night, we shall solemnly receive ourdiplomas, and turn from the red-brick
building to face the mysterious world of the future. But we shall never forget the stirring con-
certs, the hilarious days of "Arsenic and Old Lace", our wonderful trip to Washington, the
first political compaign at Fairview, the day our Warriors went to state, the hectic studying for
finals, thrill of graduation. We shall never forget the school on the hilltopg we shall never
forget F airview.
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Far away there in the sunshine are my high-
est aspirations. I may not reach them, but
I can look up and see their beauty, believe
in them, and try to follow where they lead.
L. M. Alcott
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Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara Stedingk
President, Richard Goslin
Vice-President, Gerhard Flegal
Etheridge Shirley Frazier, Doris
Flegel Gerhard Gann, Gary
Student Council Representatives
Nanciellen Davis, Ronnie Havener, Jim Harding,
Sue Shy, Gail Hansard.
fr Hager, Marcia
He jna, Janet
Huber, Mary Jarvis, John Kern, Bonnie
Hydzik, Rich Johnson, Tom Kircher, Jerry
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President, Beverly Poland
Vice-President, Robert Brauch
Gatermann, Judy Grayson, Robert Hageman, Marsha Hanneman, Louis
Gnau Diane Hagan, Phyllis Hanley, Ray
Student Council Rerxesentatives
Venita Axley, Larry Leavitt, Carol Bramlage,
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Ruby, Raymond Russell, Ray
Sab0 Steve Simpson, Cheryl Smith, Sharon Szarivinski, Edwinia
sage, Art Slusser, Richard Stubblefield, Thomas
Weber, Sandra J.
Weber, Sandra L.
White, John Winder, Pamela Yarborough Carolyn Zeilman. Joanne
Wilhelm, Kathleen Wood, Tom Yuede, Bob
Secretary-Treasurer, Jill Cramer
President, Jackie Eades
Vice-President, Alice Cramer
Booher' Larry President, Jackie Eades
Brake, Sandra S
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Ciolek, Linda cole, Par
Coco, Steve Collins, Jacqueline Cramer, William
Davis, David Dierberg, Forrest Evola, Kathy Felgel, Ursula
DeLaney, Connie Eades, Jackie Elder, Mike Evans, Donna
Student Council Representatives
Sandrea Spellazza, Linda Ciolek, Janet Russell,
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Hudson, Ora Lee Iackson, Bill Jones Barbara
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Moore, Sharon MOSS' Bam'
Morton, Jim MY6rS. Judy Nagel, John
Needham Richard Nobles, Dave Pikey, D0r1a1d Pitzer, Dennis
Nennmger Sandra Palmer, John Pipkin, Patricia Porter, Dennis
Spellaza, Sandrea Stillman, Jack
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Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Koeneman
President, Eddie Bishop
Vice-President, Marion W6ISCh1Dg
Student Council Representatives
Russell Feldman, Danny Sabo, Keith Moul,
Frech, Millic ent
Hitchings, Donald Johns, Wayne Kean Gary
Kann, Edith Kell Charlene
Leone, I ane
Pollard , Mike Sabo , Dan
Sanford Carol Simon, William Smith, Tim
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Experience shows that success is due less to
ability than to goal. The winner is he that
gives himself to his task, body and soul.
The Student Council, the governing body of our school, has representatives selected from each class.
The President and Secretary are elected by the entire student body. This year Dick Brauch headed the
Council as President with Barbara Axley as Secretary.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Marshall, the Council carried on various activities throughout the
year. Among those were the Student Council dance, "Summertime Memories", the Care Package Project,
noon activities, and the Savings Stamp Program.
FIRST ROW: Barbara Axley, Dick Brauch, Scott Polard, Bob Harms, JoAnn Marlin, John Marino, Nanci-
ellen Davis, Gail Hansard, Sue Shy, Ronald Havener, ,T im Harding. SECOND ROW: Miss Marshall, Russel
Feldman, Robert Heck, Daniel Sabo, Keith Moul, Beverly Tinker, Venita Axley, Carol Bramledge, Larry
Leavitt, Susan Frost, Sandra S pellazza, Linda Ciolek, Janet Russell.
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The Courier Staff has its membership derived from the Journalism Class, with Miss Louva
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successful sponsor. Elaine Ludy and .Tohn Marino Cs
the co-editors of the paper. The various editors were elected from members of the journalism Class who
in turn assigned stories to reporters.
The Courier was financed by the sale of magazines, candy, soda, and its annual dance.
FIRST ROW: E. Ludy D. Riley. ff. Marlin, P. Murphy, Miss Louvall, M. Hamilton, M. Ettinger. SECOND
ROW: K. Hohn, M. MoChessney, E. Hagan, B. Bania, M. Venator, C. Pulaski, M. Hackman, B. Sentrnan,
S. Smith, A. Allen. THIRD ROW: G. Matthes, J. Marino, M. Stiver, A. Stobart, W. Tipton, B. Kinderman,
M. Henze, B. Creedon.
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S Pollard .Tust as there is an award for helping Fairview in
Athletics so there is one for helping Fairview win recog-
G. Matthes nition for its literary publications. This award is member-
K. Hohn ship in the Quill and Scroll. It is an international society
for juniors and seniors who have done superior work in
the field of journalism. Membership is obtained by helping
in the writing, editing, or business management of either
the "Chieftain" or "Courier" or both.
Membership in Quill and Scroll is thehighest literary
honor which any high school can award to its students.
Therefore, it is something which is cherished and, which
will give you literary recognition throughout your college
years and your life.
The Library Club gives its members an increased knowledge of books and their authors.
The participants do various types of work such as repairing books, taking care of over-due books,
keeping files and books in order, and other chores.
These people enjoy their work, while at the same time they increase their knowledge of literature.
FIRST ROW: B. Reed, I. Haney, L. Stamer, I. Wegman, A. Steck, Mrs. Miller, B. Russel, D. Hudson,
S. Fox, K. Mirth, D. Schmitt, I. Utnage. SECOND ROW: J. Kunstmann, J. Walkenhorst, M. Kane, D.
Pipkin, L. Davis, J. Zeilman, D. Gnau, J. Behrens, G. Urso, B. Presnell.
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Gary W . Matthes
Member ship in the Nationall-IonorSooiesyis the highest
honor a high school can award to its stndents. Astudentis
awarded this honor after he shows that he possesses the ont- t
standing qualities of scholarship, service, leadership and char-
Students are chosen for the society by avote of the faculty
and administrators of Fairview in their Junior year. This
membership is only probationary. These members must then
continue no hold an "S" average throumout their Senior year
to receive full membership in the society.
Mrs. Goodwin is the sponsor of the National Honor Soc-
iety here atifairview.
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This year the debate club, a society
that engages in various discussion and de-
bate tournaments, is coached by Mr.
Lukitsch. It has been to a discussion tourna-
ment at Cleveland, and a debate tourna-
ment at Alton among other places.
The members of the club are Ruth Ann
Begley, Forrest Dierberg, James Kottwinkel,
John Baldwin, and Janet Russell. Since all
of these members are freshmen, we ex-
pect to have an experienced team in the
years to come.
FIRST ROW: C. Gilman, B. Helmkamp, E.
Kann, A. Cramer, S. Brodak, R. Begley,
SECOND ROW: F. Dierberg, J. Kottwinkle,
M. Venator, D. Wulfert, J. Russell, J.
Kuell, S. Nenninger.
The National F or e n sic League, a
national organization, is a relatively new
society to be instituted at Fairview. Mem-
bership in the league is an honor bestowed
upon participants in debate and speech acti-
vities. Because of renewed interest in the
Debate Club this year the membership in
the N. F. L. has increased.
D. Dierberg. J. Dreon, D. Thornton, A. Henneberry, M.Venator, C. Helems, S. Brake, C. Bania, E.
Ludy, I. White, F. Wersching, C. Meier, Dr. Miller.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Future Teachers of America is a nation wide organization for students who are interested in be-
coming the school teachers of tomorrow.
Students in F.T.A. discuss the problems of teaching and also the qualities needed to become a good
teacher. Some of the members attended teacher's meetings and conventions. Others got practice in teach-
ing by helping teach in the grade school.
Dr. Miller, is the sponsor of this very worth-while organization.
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FIRST ROW: M, Nobbe, G. Galati, S. Fox, R. Begley, C. Gilman, R. RubY. I. Gilison, R. Wallman, R.
Mattola. SECOND ROW: G. Mathes, H. Freshwater, T. Picarrela, R. Heck, S. Nenniger, D. Wulfert,
J. Kuehl. THIRD ROW: J. Pardo, L. Myers, D. Little, E. Ludy, W. Tipton, J. Canner, F. Wershing, J.
Grib, G. McAllister.
The F-64 club is a group specially organized for students interested in photography and its many facets.
Its sponsor this year was Mr. Kent B. Savage and its president was Ruth Ann Begley. Membership in
the F-64 club gives students a chance to use many types of equipment, including very expensive cameras.
Some of its members use this equipment and knowledge to help the publications of Fairview get photographs.
The Art Club met once a week after school under the able direction of Mr. Barrett. In the fall, the club
elected Allen White, Presidentg and Gail Collins, Secretary-Treasurer. Sketching and sightseeing trips
are but a few of their many and varied activities. When advertising is needed for dances or plays, the
Art Club is always ready to lend a helping hand by making posters. Many of the members have entered
local and national art contests.
Mr. Barrett, F. Pinger, M. McDonald, J'.Zeller,.T. Stephenson, S. Morre, A. Cramer, K. Reese, J. Collins,
L. Heflin, F. Wershing, V. Nobbe, K. Worley, G, Collins.
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This year's all-school pla y , "Sight Unseen," took place in an old English castle called Barnsley.
Judith Elliot, CKathy Hohnj, owner of Barnsley decided the castle must be sold as she could not
afford the taxes. Her charming fiance, Archibald Andrews, fLarry Leavittj tried to help her sell it,
but ruined a deal with Miss Potter Qlilarbara Stedinckj, the headmistress of a girls' school.
Another prospective buyer, Mrs. Malone, QCarol Scharfj and her nephew Henry, fBob Hodgej came
to see the castle and to view the famous ghosts.
But, the ghosts did not like her, and tried to discourage the sale. One of the ghosts Lady Hortense,
CSusan Smithj developed a plot against Judith. The General, Uohn Baldwinj and Lady Penelope fBarbara
Poltj aided her in the rebellion. Mat, Uohn Marinoj the stable boy, added to the confusion by irritating
the maid Etta, CBarbara Sentmenl.
The ghosts not only routed Mrs. Malone from the castle, but also involved her Indian guide, Bleating
Hawk CRonnie Krausj in the bedlam.
The play was directed by Mr. Thomas A. Mahon and his assistant Gary Matthes.
A large crew helped to set the stage.
FIRST ROW: John Marino, Barbara Masters, J im Hinkle, Mr. Thomas Mahon. SECOND ROW: Kathy
Hohn, Elaine Ludy, Bob Hodge, Norma Robison, Barbara Polt. ROW THREE: Gary Matthes, Bill Um-
melmann, Barbara Sentman, Frank Wersching, Gail Collins, Sue Smith. ROW FOUR: Carol Scharf, Ron
Quite a few new members were added to the society this yearg these were mostly seniors. In
November, an initiation was held at Mr. Mahon's house, and new Thespians from the All-School Play
were welcomed into the group.
Again in the spring an initation was held, and new members from the Senior Play were initiated.
Officers for 1959 wereg President, Kathy Hohn, Vice-P resident, Joh Marino, Secretary-Treasurer, Bob
"Arsenic and Old Lace" was the choice for this year's Senior Play. The production of this play
has long been one of Mr. Thomas A. Mahon 's, director, dreams.
Elaine Ludy and Kathy Hohn were riotous as the helpful old ladies, Martha and Abby Brewster, Ron-
nie Kraus delighted everyone as the comical Teddy, Bob Hodge was convincing as the confused nephew
Mortimer, who was in love with the worldly minister's daughter, Elaine fSusan Smithy, and whose precise
and prim mother was played by Betty Bania.
Bob Harms and Larry Liter as Jonathan and Dr. Ein-
stein, delivered spine tingling performances as the sinister
criminals who complicated the lives of all the Brewsters.
The comic police officers, Klein, Brophy, and Hora
were portrayed by Dan Napier, Scott Pollard, and J im Hinkle .
Lieutenant Rooney was played by Gary Matthes.
Mr. Witherspoon, Uohn Marinoj finishes the play riot-
ously with a Hitchcock type ending.
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FIRST ROW: J. Mciirane, B. Wonish, L. Hardwick, M. Saivicki, S. Rick, L. Fleming, C. Tramtham.
L. Meyers, E. Syarwinski, B. Tippett, .T. Hallman, D. Dierberg. SECOND ROW: D. Schafer, B. Bugnitz,
S. Fox, B. Willis, K. Wilhelm, B. Walkenhorst, P. Hagan, B. Russell, G. Urso, J. Zielman, S. Mosbacher,
M. Nobbe, D. Gnau, D. Widner, J. Collins. THIRD ROW: M. Stiver, G. Collins, S. Trantham, B. Tinker,
M. MoChesney, A. Hearst, B. Kern, M. S pink, V. Trachte, B. Sentmen, N. O'Hare, C. Scharf, S. Ethridge,
M. Hagemann, R. Clubb, S. Stone, L. Gaddis. FOURTH ROW: R. Rittenhouse, J. Schrader, J. Pinger, J.
Zeller, R. Mattola, B. Presnell, G. McAllister, J. Grib, J. Morton, T. Sears, K. Heck. FIFTH ROW:
J' . Burke, G. Hanneman, B. Neupert, M. Kane, R. Moeller, J. Noel, G. Galati, D. Marsnick, D. Stubblefield,
P. Egger, R. Ruby, R. Russell, J. Phillips, B. Neukom, J. Pardo.
J. A. is a youth organization sponsored by the businessmen of St. Louis. The members form a
company and with the help of their advisers they select a product, produce, and sell it. In this way they
learn how a big business works.
It isn't all work and no play. LA. holds a Ball and Coronation at the Chase hotel. A Queen and six
maids are chosen from the candidates of the different centers.
The experience obtained through J. A. can be very helpful to the students in the future. Here they
learn the right and wrong of business practice.
The Home Economics Club, under their able sponsor, Mrs. Kendall, entered into many and varied
activities. Among these activities were included movies on good grooming and habits, clothing dolls at
Christmas time for the Salvation Army, a tea which was held for the mothers of the members, and a
farewell party for the seniors.
Members from the club elected Barbara Axley as President, Marilyn Sawicki as Vice-President,
and Judy Gatermann as Secretary-Treasurer.
FIRST ROW: J. Price, L. Stewart, C. Simpson, M. Prange, M. Sawicki, C. Meier, B. Hall. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Kendall, O. L. Hudson, A. Allen, J. Gatermann, S. Smith, B. Axley, B. Masters, S. Frost, E. Ludy,
S. Fox. THIRD ROW: K. Mirth. M. Wersching, D. Schmitt, V. Nobbe, C. Venator, S. Mosbacher, N. Morgan.
D. Dierberg, M. Nobbe, U. Flegel, K. Harvath, E. Schlarmann.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Frost, V. Axley, A. Hearst, D. Sommerich, J. Carter, D. Chandler, R.
Lee, P. Inglish, J. Meeks, S. Robertson, J. Goodman, J. Strubbe, B. Axley, N. Davis, B. Foland
MAY QUEEN CORONATION
The annual May Carnival was the climax of Fairview's Season. Held on the first
Friday of May, it displayed the year's school work of students from kindergarten to
The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the New May Qieen of Fairview
and her court. The Queen, who was chosen from the Senior Class, was crowned by the
student body president. Two special maids from the Senior Class and eight other maids,
two coming from each class, Eighth Grade through Junior inclusive. A train bearer
and crown bearer completed the Queen's Court.
The Queen's identity remained a secret until the actual crowning, after which she
and her escort led the Court Dance and soon were joined by her maids and their escorts.
This event brought to a conclusion the coronation.
Arrayed in descending pastel colors of pink and orchid and carrying beautiful
bouquets of contrasting colors, the girls were very striking against a deep purple
background. All these decorations and personal touches were under the careful direction
of Miss Louise Hirsh.
The picture above is of last year's ceremony, for, due to our deadline we were
unable to show a picture of this year's event.
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Shy, B. Hinkle, R. Stillman, S. Spell-
aza, B. Kruckenberg, A. Cramer, R.
Hodge, W. Presnell.
At the head of the instru-
mental music department, the
Fairview band has developed
into a distinctive organiza-
Formerly acting merely
as a concert band, it has now
b e c o m e an accomplished
marching band. Under the
direction of Miss Rosemary
Child, this ability has been
demonstrated not only at the
annual picnic parade, but also
at the halves of home basket-
ball games, arranging in com-
The Spring concert was
held on April 10 following the
County Music Festival.
Students earning a total
of 500 points were awarded a
The officers, elected by
the members of the band
were: President, Kathy Hohng
Secretary, Venita Axleyg and
Linda Davis, Librarian.
E. Stewart, L. Bierman, D. Coleman,
W. Cramer, L. Booher, G. Hansard,
T. Dindle, D. Thies, B. Myrick, P.
Egger, S. Frost, K. Hohn.
J. Monick, C. Venator, L. Liter, A.
Darst, S. Sabo, G. Hanneman, L.
Levitt, L. Davis, R. Kraus, B. Berg,
George, I. Price, D. Sabo,
The majorettes lead the
band in formations at basket-
ball games, and in parades.
The Drum Majorette for this
year is Susan Smith. The ma-
jorettes practice once or twice
a week in the morning from
7:30 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. An
exception to this rule is a con-
cert or a parade. Then, the
girls practice daily, organiz-
ing rhythmic rnarching and
FIRST ROW: E. Henneberry, E. Hagan, D. Sommerick, B. Polt, C. Luiki, B. Vedell, S. Bramlage,
V, Axley, C. Simpson, K, Hohn, B, Axley, J. Haney, N. Hoing. SECOND ROW: B. Humphries, M.
MoChesney, M. Stiver, D. Porter, M. Nobbe, M. Hamilton, S. Scott, D. Thorton, S. Weber, S.
Cary, S. Natelsky, D. Frazier, D. Chrismer, F. Bassler. THIRD ROW: T. Henneberry, R. Kraus,
J. White, T. Sears, B. Lewis, G. Gann, L. Booher, D. Napier, R. Volkmann, L. Terry. FOURTH
ROW: A. Darst, R. Hanley, I. Monick, K. Fiebig, L. Liter, L. Leavitt, F. Wersching, P. Egger,
The Chorus under the direction of Mrs. Wurtz, was made up of forty-eight members this
year. Membership is won by competition and audition. The Chorus took part in many musical
activities such as the annual fall concert, the Christmas assembly, the spring concert, and the
Tryouts for A11-County Chorus were held this year and sixteen of our Chorus members
were among the ninety-six other members.
The singing of carols in the halls at Christmas is a tradition at Fairview. The Carolers
selected from the Chorus and directed by Mrs. Wurtz, consisted this year of twenty members
R. Ruby, D. Davis.
The group practiced twice a week for three weeks before Christmas. The group is often compli-
mented on their fine singing ability and have done a wonderful job this year as always.
FIRST ROW: B. Polt, D. Porter, S.Scott,B.Axley..T. Haney, D. Davis, L. Leavitt. SECOND ROW:
L. Liter, E. Henneberry, D. Sommerich, V. Axley, K. Hohn, N. Hoing. THIRD ROW: A. White,
A. Darst, R, Kraus, J. Monick, F. Wersching, D. Napier, G. Gann.
This group is made up of eight girls who are selected on
B Polt sirging ability. The final group was selected by tryouts.
A . Henneberry
D. Sommerich The group met every Wednesday after school to rehearse
for the coming concerts, assemblies, the annual Music
V Axlim Festival, plays, and many other musical activities in
F. Bassler which they participate.
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N Hoing Venita Axley acted as librarian throughout the year, and
Barbara Polt as attendance officer.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
This group is open to any and all girls who enjoy singing. Try-
outs are not necessary to enter this group.
The group met twice a week. The girls appeared at concerts,
A great variety of music is sung by this group. There is some song
that will please everyone.
The attendance officer is Billie Vedell, and the librarian is Judy
FIRST ROW: D. Somrnerich, S. Ackfield, P. Pipkin, S. Sturdivant, E. Schlaramann, I. White, A.
Cramer, E. Szarwinski, I. Haney, N. Hoing. SECOND ROW: K. Horvath, S. Moore, M. Hamilton,
B. Vedell, S. Scott, S. Spellaza, O. Hudson, S. Mason, J. Kuehl, S. Nenninger, C. Simpson, S.
Thornton. THIRD ROW: K. Hollman, B. Tippett, J. Gibson, I. Hollman, D. Wulfert, B. Wonish, J.
Randazzo, B. Foland, C. Shepard, C. Milton. V. Axley, N. Morgan. FOURTH ROW: B. Polt, B.
Jones,,M. McChesney, M. Stiver, S. Johnson, B. Cary, D. Hilker, I. Hilker, B. Axley, D. Frazier,
S. Gasperson. FIFTH ROW: B. Weigel, E. Spence, A. Heuneberry, B. Williams, B. Vincent, R. Begley,
M. Sage, I. Eadesk.
FIRST ROW: Steve Sabo, Larry Liter, Larry Leavitt, Larry Booher, Phil Egger, Ray Ruby. SECOND ROW:
John White, Ron Kraus, Tom l-lennebery, Q. Brown, Mike Andrews, Dan Napier, Gary Gann. THIRD
ROW: Al Darst, Ray Hanley, Kirk Eiebig, John Monick, Frank Wershing.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
This year's Boys' Glee Club was the largest that had been assembled at Fairview for many years.
This group is open to boys who enjoy singing and are capable of being selected to be in this group.
The group meets twice a week.
Their singing activities this year have included concerts, assemblies, and a few other musical
The job of librarian has been filled by Allan white, and the attendance officer is Larry Liter.
BOYS' DOUBLE OUARTET
J . Monick
This is a singing group made up of eight boys who have tal- K. Fiebig
ent in singing. The final group was selected by elimination. D' Napier
The group meets on Friday once a week. They have sung at con- F. Wersching
certs, assemblies, plays, the annual Music Festival, and many L' Leavitt
other musical activities. L- Liter
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Dick Brauch, J' im Hammack, Steve Shaughnessy, Bob Harms, Ron Havener, Jim Harding, Wayne Sanford ,
Scott Pollard, Gary Davis, J' im Hinkle, Dave Vierck, Dale Davis, Gary Wilhelm, Coach Hal Moore.
The Post Dispatch called them the "brains and brawn tearn"g the St.Char1es Daily Banner-News
called them " the Fighting Gentlemen of the North County League". By whatever name they were called,
the 1958-59 Warriors were one of the greatest Basketball teams to tread the hardwoods of Fairview. The
Warriors, though comparatively small in stature, were highly feared by all their competitors. The team,
under Coach Moore, began the season by taking the third palce trophy at Warrenton. Another third place
trophy was garnered at Normandy where the competition was really tough but the Warriors were tougher.
Upsetting Wellston at the North County Tournament, the team lost to Kihloch, them bounced back to take
the third place trophy by beatingPattonville. The story of the indomitable Warriors and their capture of the
state regional tournament is told elsewhere in this book. The Warriors downed Jennings, Normandy, and
Berkeley to upset all predictions of the wise sages of the sport.
The achievement of this year was done through team effort. There were not "high point" stars
but there was a tremendous balance in the team that took advantage of each player's special ability. When
one team member was "off", others were"on". Rebounds and points were fairly evenly distributed among
team members. If one had to name the "stars" of this team one would have to say they were all starsg
Hinkle, Davis, Brauch, Vierck, Harms, and those boys on the bench. Fairview will long remember the
1958-59 basketball season of the "team that went to the State Tournament".
Manager, Bob Hodge, Coach,
Moore, Manager,Rich Adams.
Dick Brauch Dale Davis Dave Vierk Bob Harms
wayne Sanford Steve Shaughnessy Gary Davis
Fairview Records Broken or Established 1958-59
1. Most games played f30J
2. Most trophies ever won in one season My
3. Most games won 1171
4. First team to win Regional
5. First to go to State
6. Smallest team in State Tournament
Average height 5'11"
7. Best tournament record ever established 111-
8. Best team shooting percentage by any team.
Over 40070 in 2 5 of 30 games: over 5070
in 5 games.
James Sinas, Gary Magditch, Bob Henry, Bob Dtmcan, Dennis Moul, Ron Smith, Bud Ochs, Bob Brauch
Steve Sabo, Dennis Pitzer, Jim Brookshire, Ron Brueggeman, Coach .T ack Blake.
"B" T EAM BASKETBALL
The Fairview "B" Team has had a terrific winning season under the fine coaching of Mr. Blake.
A large turnout was seen at "B" Team tryouts, but the final squad consisted of approximately
18 boys. The fighting first string did a magnificent job. These boys were Buddy Ochs, Bob Duncan Bob
Brauch, Steve Sabo, and Denny Moul. These boys were very ably assisted by the other members of the
The sportsmanship and spirit of both the boys on the bench and the boys playing, is something that
Fairview can be proud of. The toughest opponents could not stop the energy and will to win in these boys.
Their fine record shows 15 wins and '71osses. B th e t i
of our future Varsity team.
y es s at stics, it is easy to see the possibilities
FIRST ROW: Mrs. McCracken, A, Steck, J. Wegrnan, B. Hall, C. Venator, A. Allen, D. Riley, P. Murphy,
J. Marlin, J. Green, D. Wulfert, J. Kuehl, D. Schmitt. SECOND ROW: J. Bugnitz, M. McGrane, P, Myers,
S. Stone, S. Wantz, C. Simpson, M. Prange, J. Hollis, C. Volkman, N. Brodak, S. Etheridge, E. Martens,
M. McKay, B. Barnes, N. Morgan, S. Mosbacher, J. Eades, J. Collins, G. Hansard. THIRD ROW: B.
Bugnitz, K . Sharghnessy, J. Behrens, M. Venator, E. Ludy, B. Bania, M. Sawicki, S. Ackfield, B. Stedingk,
B. Kern, M. Spink, S. Shy, M. Hagemann, N. O'Hare, J. Kircher, G. Meier, D. Dierberg, M. Hagemann, S.
The Pep Club had its first meeting September 10. Most of the members from the preceding year
returned and there were also many new members. Dottie Sommerich was elected president and JoAnn
Marlin was chosen secretary-treasurer.
The Club participated in a Pep Assembly which was held on December 12. In order to make money
this year the Pep Club sold Fairview buttons and held a sock hop.
This group was sponsored by Mrs. MoC raken.
Marlowe. J. MoGrane, N. Davis.
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Pep Club membership is required in order to become eligible for cheerleading. After much toil
and concentration various faculty members chose the cheerleaders on October 17.
This year's cheerleaders are: Barbara Axley, Bette Bania, Beverly Foland, Dottie Sommerich,
Barbara Stedingk and Donna Thornton. Dottie Sommerich was very efficient as captain of the squad and
Sue Stone and Jackie Eades did a fine job as alternates.
FIRST ROW: O. Hudson, I. Bischoff, C. Gillman, J'. Russell, B. Hellenkamp, C. Simpson, D. Thornton, F
Bassler, V. Axley, B. Axley, D. Frazier, C. Bramlege. SECOND ROW: J. Dreon. I. Gatterman, D. Som-
merich, B. Williams, S. Spellaza, C. Bania, K. Hollman, I. Hollman, B. Foland, J. Brockmeier, E. Deller
S. Trantham, B. Tieneke, J. Utinage, B. Russell, S. Nenninger, C. Yarborough. THIRD ROW: C. Matthews
J . Locke, C. Gasperson, D. Evans, E. Szarwinski, B. Lewis, B. Reed, K. Wilhelm, D, Weidner, P. Winder
B. Wakengorst, G. Urso, D. Gnau, B. Nobbe, D. Hilder, J. Hilker, J. White, C. Trumper.
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FRONT ROW: E. Zeushell. L. White, N. Klocke., J. Hamrnack, R. Goslin, B. Ochs. SECOND ROW: S.
Shaughnessy, D. Napier, D. Vierck, J. Hinkle, Mr. Kammerer, D. Brauch, G. Davis, D. Davis, J. Zeller.
This year Fairview 's baseball team, under the new coaching of Mr. Kammerer, had a season record
of three wins and five losses. The team had a poor start, losing five of its first six games. Seeming to
jell overnight, though, the team won its last two games, five to four over Melhville and five to nothing
over a highly rated Bayless team. Pitching was handled very capably by Neil Klocke and Jerry Zeller,
pitchers, Dale Davis, first baseg Leon Whie and Steve Shaughnessy, second baseg Rich Goslin and Steve
Shaughnessy, shortstop: .Tim Hinkle, third base: and Dave Vierck, Rich Goslin, I im Hammack, Dan Napier,
and Bud Ochs alternating in the outfield. Other men who made the team were: Ed Zeushell, Tom Henneberry,
Ron Havner, and Gary Davis.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. Miller, E. Zeuschel, J . Jarvis, N. Kloche, B. Hodge, R. Goslen, G. Pitzer.
SECOND ROW: J. Stephenson, B. Pointer, B. Ochs, R. Volkman, D. Brauch, R. Havener, B. Brauch
THIRD ROW: B. Grayson, R. Hydzik, T. Wood, B. Yuede, D. Moul, D. Vierck, T. Johnson, R. Smith
FOURTH ROW: J. Burke, J. Baldwin, M. Andrews, J. White, B. Kruckeberg, B. Henry, L. Booher
FIFTH ROW: B. Taylor, T. Valenti, B. Harms, T. Moynihan, M. Murphy, R. Hanley, L. Hanneman, D
Track season brought out a great number of F .H.S. boys, but not as many as had come out in Previous
years. Mr. Kammerer was a little disappointed by the turn-out but expressed optimism for those who did
turn out. The team expected to be a power in North County League Competition because of the returning
lettermen and the number of points they made for themselves in League competition in '58, These are
the returning lettermen: Dave Vierck, Neil Kloche, Dick Brauch, Rich Volkman, Ed Shelton, Bob Harms,
John Jarvis, Ron Havener, and Bob Hodge.
The track season lasted for two months with 8 meets, a League meet, and a state meet, to which
only outstanding performers were brought. The spirit of the team was high and hope for a winning season
was within contemplation.
FIRST ROW: S. Sabo, L. Terry. I. Hammack.
SECOND ROW: D. Davis, G. Davis, Coach Moore.
This year's tennis team is made up of ten boys, most of whom were on the team
Mr. Moore is their new coach and will have their regular membership in the
suburban league. '
The season will begin around the first of April and as most of the boys are returning
from last year, a winning season is expected.
Barbara Stedingk, Sue Shy, Barbara Hinkle, Judy Kunstmann, Pat Wisa, Elaine Ludy. Joann Marlin, Alma-
leta Allen, Miss Hirsh, Kathy Wilhelm, Delores Weidner, Carol Bramlage, Maurine Venator, Marsha
Hager, Nancy Brodak, Elvera Martens.
Sue Shy, Almaleta Allen, Elaine Ludy, Linda Ciolek, CharleenVenator, SueFrost, Miss Hirsh, Ursual
Flegel, Sandy Weber, Carol Bramlage, J une Piel, Marsha Hager, Elvera Martens, Kathy Wilhelm.
Almaleta Allen, Elaine Ludy, Carol Pulaski, Sue Shy, Barbara Stedingk, Betty Bania, Miss Hirsh, Joann
Marlin, Delores Weidner, Carol Bramlage, .T une Piel, Nancy Brodak.
FIRST ROW: E. Hagan, D. Riley, B. Bania, P. Murphy.
SECOND ROW: B. Axley, E. Ludy,, M. Henze, J.
Utnage, A. Allen, J. Marlin.
FIRST ROW: N. Brodak, J. Brockmeier, C. Volkmann,
S. Ackfeld, J. Hejna. SECOND ROW: E. Martens, J.
Hollis, B. Hinkle, S. Shy, M. Hager, S. Etheridge, K.
FIRST ROW: S. Weber, D. Weidner, N. O'Hare, K.
Wilhelm, I. Piel. SECOND ROW: B. Russell, D. Pip-
kin, J. Behrens, P. Winder, K. Hollman, C. Bramlage,
FIRST ROW: C,Gilman,C. Bania, B. Hall, B. Helm-
kemp, C. Delaney. SECOND ROW: S. Nenninger, R.
Begley, C. Metz, L. Ciolek, C. Venator, U. Flegel,
Basketball tryouts, lasting from the first week in December to the first week of January, revealed a large number of
girls interested in this sport.
Ten girls, five forwards and five guards, were chosen from each class. These girls worked after school getting ready
for the first game on January 20,
A varsity was selected from the class teams in late January.
FIRST ROW: S. St0ne,J. Marlin, P. Wisa, P, Murphy
A. Allen, SECOND ROW: E. Ludy, M. Venator, M.
Henze, K. Hohn, C. Pulaski, B. Bania.
FIRST ROW: N. Brodak, J. Brockmeier, J. Wegman
J, Henja. SECOND ROW: E. Martens, M. Hager, B
Stedingk, S. Shy, B. Hinkle.
FIRST ROW: D. Weidner, N. O'Hare, D. Thornton,
S. Weber. SECOND ROW: K. Wilhelm, B. Walken-
horst, C. Bramlage, P. Winder, J. Piel, S, Smith,
FIRST ROW: C. Gilman, C.Bania, B, Hall, K. Hor-
vath. SECOND ROW: C. Delaney, U. Flegel, L. Cio-
lek, C. Venator, S. Frost, P. Myers.
Softball, a sport greatly enjoyed by Fairview girls, has a limited schedule.
In the fall many girls were anxious to earn a position on the class teams and tried for them on the
field after schooL After teams were chosen, each class played against the other the Freshmen versus So h-
omores and Juniors versus Seniors. The Sophomores defeated theFreshmen 12-11, and Seniors edged
the Juniors 11-7. In the finl game, the Sophomores whipped the Seniors 16-6.
Due to our deadline we cannot bring you the scor f l
es o games p ayed against other schools.
FIRST ROW: I. Marlin K. Hohn, E. Ludy, S. Stone.
SECOND ROW: M. Henze, J. Kunstmann, P. Wisa,
B. Bania, M. Venator, A. Allen.
FIRST ROW: J. Brockmeier, N. Brodak, S. Wantz,
C. Volkmann, E. Martens. SECOND ROW: S. Ether-
idge, B. Hinkle, B. Stedingk, S. Shy, B. Kern, M.
FIRST ROW: N. O'Hare, J. Behrens, M. Demny
S. Weber. SECOND ROW: K. Wilhelm. I. Piel, K
Hollman, P. Winder, C. Bramlage, D. Weidner
FIRST ROW: K. Horvath, J. White, C. Bania, S
Frost. SECOND ROW: B. Wiegel, C. Venator, U
Flegel, L. Ciolek.
As in years past, many girls turned out for volleyball tryouts in November. From these girls only
a few were chosen for positions on the teams.
Teams were chosen and the games were scheduled in March. Volleyball was then delayed until
In March the class teams began to practice for the games against other schools.
Varsity was chosen in ApriL Due to our deadline we cannot bring you the scores of any of the
games against other schools.
FIRST ROW: Bob Heck, Phil Yawitz, Eddie Bishop, Tom Doskal, Rich Hacker, Ron Warren, Dan Sabo.
SECOND ROW: Tony Wright, Mike Lee, Keith Mou1,Ted Dinkle, Coach Fred Dahlberg, Harry Eastman,
Larry Miller, John Turnbull, Mike Pollard.
The Fairvew eighth grade basketball team had a difficult season. The team, captained by Keith
Moul, fought hard and well against very strong opposition. The record ofthe team statistically does not
do justice to the boys who have the will to win but lack the physical stature to successfully compete against
the schools which have enrollments two and three times that of ours. The boys did win their first game
against Mt. Providence in the Berkeley Tournaments however and this gave them the privilege of at least
playing two more games there. Although they lost the final games of the tournament they gained a valuable
experience which will be to their advantage and the advantage of the school in the years to come.
FLRST ROW: Millicent Frech, Pat Hammack, Char-
lene Kell. SECOND ROW: Karen Ciolek, Sharon
Brodak, Marion Wersching.
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