Fairview High School - Firefly Yearbook (Fairview, MT)
- Class of 1960
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Your future is strictly up to you. You are a citizen of a free notion
which has been kept free by the hard work of previous generations.
In this free nation you are given the opportunity of Choosmg your
life,s work and thie decision is too serious to he mad:- as a snap
judgment. Make plans for your future! .
Success is Yours to be had and is very rc'latiyv. Tn 501110 1t mcons
being with people they enjoy. founding: a happy family. saying
enough to own their own homes. providing invnme for ultl-age rc-
tirement, or having a couple of weeks each year for hunting: or
fishing. Others will want to do more than this and will fnrcgo many
pleasures to attain their goals.
No speaker or teacher or parent can make a student a success.
Every boy or girl must have the will to do it or life will have little
of the better things in it for this individual. livery graduate can
make this a better world because he or she has lived in it and left
a mark. The future is yours. it will lie what you wish to make it.
JOE J. KOJANCIK
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To the Class of 1960
During the past twelve years, you have acquired some knowledge
and developed a few skills. I am sure that each of you realize that
this learning and development, commonly referred to as education,
is a life-long process. This educational process however, should have
a purpose and meaning for each of you. Formal education to some,
means higher paying jobs; to others, social development; and to a
few, merely the personal satisfaction of accomplishment. Disregard-
ing the many reasons or purposes for education, I feel that the basic
objective of education is the development of responsible citizens.
A responsible citizen displays a Willingness to work for community,
state, and national betterment. He is dissatisfied with wrongdoing,
corruption, and back-sliding. He is an active member of occupational.
social, and civic organizations. He exerts his leadership ability when
able, and is an intelligent follower of leaders in community improve-
ment. In short, he is constantly working for social, economic, and
At the present time, you are well on your way toward becomingr
responsible Citizens. I urge you to continue growincr in and develop-
ing this basic objective of education: Responsible Citizenship.
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The Senim. Class of 1060 Wish to dedicate
this book to M13, and NII'S. Kojancik who
have sacrificed their time and efforts With
the students. who have attended Fairview
High School. W'p wmxld like 10 show our 3P-
Predation to Mr. Koriancik Who made pos-
sible the oonshllotion 0f the new high SChOOl
building. in which the Class Of 1060 was the
first class to Spend thvir Pntiro four years
for education. Also. mlr apprwiation goes to
Mrs. KOjilnoik. Who has SCI'VCd $0 faithfulh
as librarian for thv past 1 wars.
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Maurice, Eldridge, Norman Wangerud, William Burgess.
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On a busy morning from 8:30 to 9:00 the secretary ef 1tlht:1 thgglll i5
might 53H 5 P3110115; write out 7 or 8 permlt-S tO- 0.135511th :r 4 hot lunch
absentt; admit 2 students in to see Mr. KOJanClk, :6 r announcements
tickets; give out information on the schedule for the ay 0
to be made; and answer the phone once or tw1ce. h nt added and
After nine the absentee list is made up and the hot lunc 001; 'na unsatis'
taken to the cooks. On Monday mornings the list. of studenis fiLeDteachers-
factory work is typed and dittoed off, and copies glven t0 eac 0
The remainder of each day
counttbooks, report cards, pe
the school board;
ters and material
is spent in keeping records-ac-
rmanent record cards; making out
salary schedule, schedules for
typing and dittoingetests f0
for school board meeting, miscellaneous in-
for other organizations; taking phone messages to
students and other personnel; and
many small jobs found in
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Student Council Representative-
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and M: 153335193116; SlXty-one freshmen enrolled under the sponsorship of Mr. Hein
the year Were: c.6116 Gnealn event 0f the YCar was initiation. The officers elected for
rlggs, Pre51dent; Ivan Cayko, Vice President; Arlene SpOnheim.
, Y Propp, Treasu - ' .
and Rosalie Anderson, Class. ReporE:9 Naoml B0168, Student COUDCll Representative;
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were Mr. Peterson antTIIIVI 30331.13de 6The Shooting of Dan McGrew.,, 'Class sponsors
r. lerson. The officers were Ivan Cayko, President; Orion
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year was When theytilv: 1.1mm Year. were forty-eight students. The highlight of the
Around the Worldjt Wa RSI; place In the Fairview Follies with their act TTDancing
dent; Bonnie Hayden Syne erry Was 6190th President; Frank Taylor Vice Presi;
9 ecretary; Henry Kittleson, Teasurer; and Genehriggs7 Stu-
dent Council Re
presentative. The th '
Hardy and Miss Gillaspey were classe;:n::::lelr prom was uEvening Shadowy, Mrs.
Forty-six Seniors -
year was Orion 8111:1733: B'nrololed 1n F.H.S. in 1959. The President elected for the
den; Treasurer, Oscar $,kY10e PreSident, Judy Russell; Secretary Beverly Hay'
Kittleson. The Seniors ent10 ,oand the Student Council Representative was Henry
the whole class art- . ,ered 1n the Fairview Follies with a ttSo 0 F t" 'th ImOSt
p 101pat1ng, AdVisorS for the Year were Mrs. LehZoclis'angvhlr.aHein-
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one who knows her.
' 4' Band
' P Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Edltor , .
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I52,0:th 1;rFairview Follies 2, 3; Physmal Educa
1 - Club
' 1, 2; Achlevement Award 1, 2, German
g?nTumbling 1; Candidate for Snowball 1.
2Keep smiling, it makes people wonder what
yozfve been up tof, . 1 2 3 4
FHA 2; Senior Class Play; Tumbhng , , , ,
Fairview Follies 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Press Club
4, Artist; Annual Staff 4.
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hWth No gL-rls m heaven? Leave me
Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Physi-
cal Education 1, 2; 2P1 Club 2, 3, 4; Fairview
Folhes 1. 2; Projector Club 3, 4; Senior Class
,cA brtllz'ant mind and a heart 0 M b
of these are hers wezre told? ng , 0th
Fair Facts' 3, 4; Annual - ' '
Editor 4; German Club 3, 1340;133:111? 1,,2Ar3nulf'l
??:Jrjauscs 2, 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Ju1,1i01,- dlas;
q ,, emor.Class Play; Follies 2, 3' Girls,
yextet 1;-Ch01r 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1 2 3 4'
Sggscorgflggrlgugen i1; Student Counci1 2,;1'21B;
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High schoolWeek,rPicke3c13h;:Yiel21je3Et Award 3;
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2What he wants to get most out of school,
Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education 1,2.
2Na0mi is a Senior, neat and trim, chosen
by 0ne4c0ngratulations to him?
2A3 Cheerleader 2; 331, Cheerleader 1; Tumbl-
ing 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1; Band 1, 2, 3,4;
Pep Band 1, 3, 4; Picked Band 1, 2, 3; Prgss
Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Fay-
view Follies 1, 2, 3; Senior Class Play; Jumar
Class Play, Business Manager; Phy. Ed. 1,2.
2Past unknown, present confused, future
Physical Education 1, 2; Track 1; FFA 1, 2,
LESTER DARR 1EDWARD1
400,13 you teachers know about the child
Basketball 1; Intramural 3, 4; FFA 1, 2y 3, 4;
Physical Education 1, 2.
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.I I 4: Physical Education
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'.. 1 3:10.75 to him?
L. 3 Czeerleader 1; TL
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:.er: Phy. Ed. 1,
2Never flashy but always glowing?
1 1.1011165 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 3; Tumbling 1, 2; Pro-
! Jector Club 3; Pep1C1ub 3; FHA 2, 3; Candi-
4;! date for Sweetheart Ball Queen 4; Annual Staff
' 1 4; Press Club 4; Class Play 4.
338,16 has a gentle smile and a kindly wordy
Library 3, Secretary-Treasurer; FHA 3; Press
Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Physical Education
31712;; all this hurry?S
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Football 2, 3;
Press Club 3; Junior Class Play; Intramural 3.
4; Physical Education 1, 2.
2Life is short and sweet, and 50 is 51105.,
Choir 1, 2, 3; Band 2; FHA 1, 2. 3. 4; Prev
Club 3; Follies 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 2: Physical
Education 1, 2; Candidate for Sweetheart Bull
Queen 3; Candidate for Homemming Queen 4;
Class Secretary 2.
3D0n,t let your studies interfere with your
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2,3,
4-; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Press Club 3, 4; Dramatlcs
3, 4; Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Educa-
tion 1, 2; Follies 2, 3; Senior Class Play; PTA
Variety Show 2; 3F3 Club 3, 4; Track 1.
31 ,m educated now-why stay any longer?,,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1;
up, Club 2, 3, 4; Physical Education 1, 2; Pro-
jector Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Follies 2, 3;
Press Club 3, 4; Class President 1; Student
Council Representative 2, 3; Senior Class Play;
Annual Staff 4; Football Manager 4.
ter job of 5,316 small 30 He could do a bet-
Physical Edu '
gram Chairmacrfgon 1, 2; FH
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Tugiclggfg Cllub 3;FAnnual Staff 4; Press C1 b
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3How come thouist in this pickle?
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tra
2, 3, 4; Physical Education 1 2' FH' 12
HF Club 2, 3, 4; Press Club 4., 1 0 ms ,
;A .fhy gppearance, but never doubt, 311e,:
a mzschzevous character, we3ve found out."
Ban.d 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Annual Stall,
Busmess Manager 4; Paper 4; Class Secretary
4; Fairview Follies 2, 3.
. 2Happy am I, from care I am free, why
a aren? they all contented like me?,,
Physical Education 1, 2; Choir 3, 4; Press Club
3, 4.; Follies 3; Annual Staff Reporter 4.
BONNIE LEA KARST
21 am very fond of the company of men?
Junior High Band 1, Band 2, 3, 4; Class Treas-
x urer 2; Tumbling 2; FHA 1, 2, 3; Press Club
1; 4- Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Follies 1, 2, 3; Pep Band
5 2, 4; Annual Staff 4; Junior and Senior Class
P,lay; Physical Education 1, 2; Thespians 3, 4.
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1D HARRIS 2Let the world slide and PH not budge
,0 , , h' . ,, an inch?
1 "5' "'1 wpwkle? 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; FFA
askdballl,2,3,4;1' 1, 2, 3, Parliamentarian Secretary 4; Annual
ducation 1,2; Folliesl Staff 4; 214", Club 2, 3, 4; Follies 2; Press
55 Club 4. Club 3, 4; Physical Education 1, 2.
LY HAYDEN HENRY KITTLESON, JR.
211m 0n the verge of success, someone
Projector Club 2, 3; Football 4; Junior and
Senior Class Play; Basketball Manager 3, 4;
Dramatics 4; Thespians 4; 41.", Club 3, 4; Class
Treasurer 3; Student Council Representative 4;
Follies 2; Physical Education 1, 2.
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110m: girl can? du-et alone?
Ch9i1' 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Physical Edu-
catlon 1, 2,
250 I help her du-etf,
ChOir 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Physical Edu-
cation 1, 2,
3Why not go out on a limb, isn,t that where
all the fruit is?,,
Track 1; Band 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4.
WVever a worry, never a care, gfvhen any-
thing happens, he,s always there.
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Projector 2, 3; Senipr Class
Play, Sound Effects 4; Physical Educatlon 1, 2.
2No matter what others may be she,ll al-
ways be herself?
Press Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club, Historian 2,
President 3, Vice President 4; Annual Photog-
rapher 4; Prom Businws Manager 3; Junior and
Senior Class Play, Stage Manager.
Choir 1, 2, 3; Class Treasurer 2; Pep Club 2;
FHA 3, 4, Secretary 4; Press Club 3, 4; Physi-
cal Education 1, 2.
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2When opportunity knocked, he co
plained 0f the noise?
Basketball 1, 2; Intramural 3, 4; Football 1,
4; 2F 11 Club 2, 3, 4; Projector Club 2.
3Mischief is her middle name?
Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2,
Fairview F ollies 1, 2, 3; Press Club 3, 4; Anan
Staff 4; Pep Band 2, 3.
thUllrich is a brilliant member of our class,
ifs practically any test he can pass?
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Projector Club 2, 4; High
School Week 3.
c34 mind of your own is worth four of your
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling l,
2 3; FHA 2; Junior Class Play; Senior Class
P,lay; Sextet 1; Girls? Trio 4; Press Club 3, 4,
, BuSincss Manager; Cheer1eader 1; Pep Club 2;
" 1 ' Follies 2, 3; Annual 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
21f having fun was a crime, Judy would be
serving a life sentence?
Pep Club 2, Treasurer; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice
President; Physical Education 1. 2; Follies 1,
3; Dramatics 2; Thespians 3, 4, President 4;
Junior Class Play; Senior Class Play; Class
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n . Vice President 4; Sweetheart Ball Candidate 1;
:gfdiggmban Homecoming Candidate 4.
1L1 0115 FRANCES SORRELLS
Irmiddlenamf, g35'0phisticateal manner, thereas mischief in,
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FHA 1, 2; Pep Band 1, 2, 3; Band 1. 2, 3;
Follies 1, 3; Press Club 3, 4; Physical Educa-
tion 1, 2; Thespians 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Annual
Staff 4; Harvest Ball Candidate 1; Homecoming:
Candidate 4; Junior Class Play; Dramatics 2.
3, 4; Cheerleader 1.
Whatas a name? I expect to change mine?
Physical. Education 1, 2; FHA 2, 3, 4; State
Conventlon 3, President 4; Projector 3; High
SChOOl Week 3; Girls, State 3; Fairview Follies
$1311 43:; Library 4; Class Secretary 1; Annual
Keep your eye on the ball, shoulder to the
wheel, your ear to the ground, now "CV to
work m that position?
$O9tball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball; Intramural 1, 4;
W 1, 2, 3, 4; Projector Club 1, 2, 3; HF
Club 2, 3, 4; Physical Education 1, 2; Follies
3; Ch01r 4.
cThe reason girls go to football games?
Football 1. 2, 3, 4; 41F" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class
President 4, Vice President 2; Band 1, 2; Choir
1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Intramural 3, 4;
Track 3; Follies 2, 3; Senior Class Play; Press
Club 3. 4; Annual 4; Physical Education 1, 2.
41leen he studies the stars, more than
science comes to his mind.',
Basketball 1; Projector Club 3; Follies 3; 1n-
tramural 3. 4; Press Club 3, 4; Physical Educa-
tion 1. 2.
WAYN E SWENSON
21f men are like angels, then angels ou
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Projector .111
i, 2, 3, 4; Boxing 4; Intramural 3; Library 0111
3m like to be shy, but the girls wo?
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Trad
1, 2, 3, 4; 2F3 Club 2, 3, 4; Projector Club71
2, 3; FFA 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3; Dramatics 2,g
4; Intramural 3, 4; Press Club 3, 4; Class 1
President 3; Follies 2, 3, 4; Senior Class ,
and Junior Class Play; Thespians 3, 4; L111
League Coach 2, 3, 4; Boxing 4; Physical Edu
tion 1, 2.
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41c; .re51de;tn4; iAnnual Staff 4; Class Play
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WAYN E BERRY
2That deep bass voice, and his love for girls have made
some 5 arklinrr scenes?
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball
3, 4; Projector Club 2, 3, Vice President 2; Class President 3;
Sweetheart B311 King Candidate 1, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4;
Thespians 3, 4; Vice President 4; Fairview Follies 2, 3, 4; Stu-
dent Council President 4; Class Play 3, 4; 1.13,, Club 3, 4; Little
League Coach 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2;
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Picked Band 1, 3; Picked
Choir 2; Annual Staff 4; Physical Education 1, 2; Boys, State
3; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
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Football 1, 2, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Intramural Bas-
ketball 1; Projector Club 1, 2, 3; FFA 1, 2, 3;
Fairview Follies 2, 3; Choir 3, 4; 2173 Club 3, 4;
Physical Education 1, 2.
UK 1.111.011 " ' ; , LEONARD WENTZ
1111'. bu! thegirls 1' V L , ' 44Let us have wine and women, mirth and
' ' . laughter, sermons and soda water the day
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Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4; Projector Club 1, 2, 3, Treas-
urer 1, President 3; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Plesident 3, President 4;
Dramatics 3 4, Treasurer 4; Thespians 3, 4, Follies 2, Junior
and Senior Class Play; Physical Education 1. 2; Class President
2, Class Vice President 1; Student CounciI Vice PIESident 4:
High School Week 3; 41?": Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; State
Farmel 4; State 4th Vice President FFA
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1 Rosalie Anderson, will my know how on the paper to Louise Dore.
I, J uanita Kay Berry, Will leave boppin, 1Datldi0.
1, Wayne Berry, will my time to Janet 'lorV1k. .
I9 Naomi Boles, will my ability to tumble to anyone who wants 1t. .
I, Ivan Cayko, will all my Sidney girl friends to my undeistudy, Tom Smith.
I Dianne Collins, will my parties in the basement to my llttle Slster, Carla.
I: Merlin Damm, will my. ability to talk to myself to Duane Harden.
1, Ed Darr, will my height to my brother, David.
I, Gene Davidson, will my ability to concentrate to Charlene Schlothauer.
I, Jennice Dschaak, will my diary to Gene Davidson.
1, Shirley Emly, will my late hours at night to Harvey Noteboom, in hopes he can take them.
I, Evelyn Engen, will my shorthand ability to no one for I may need it in the future.
I, Renwood Erickson, will my ability to never get anything done to Craig Berry.
I, Gene Griggs, will my white rocket to anyone who can make it go over 130.
I, David Harris, and I, Jim Karst, will leave.
I, Beverly Hayden, will leave in hopes of finding a man.
I, Eva Hernandez, will my shortness t0 Daniella La Bonte.
I, Jeanne Hillman, Will behave.
I, Irene Holbrook, will my lollypop collection to my sister Judy.
I, Bonnie Karst, will my flirting ability to Barbara Delp.
I, Henry Kittleson, will my ability to not do my assignments and get away with it to Harvey Noteboom.
I, Evelyn Knudsen, will a lock of my red hair to Yvonne Davidson.
I, Gladys Knudsen, will nothing to no one, because I might need it in the future.
I, Maure La Bonte, will my Mercury t0 Yvonne Davidson.
I, Calvin Leibelt, will my spending ability to anyone who doesn,t spend.
I, Fred Miller, will my curly hair to Vance Vickers.
I, Beverly Otis, will leave for Billings in a hurry.
1, Nancy Pratt, will my tardiness to Library to next yeargs Librarians.
I, Dorothy Propp, will my diamond to no one.
I, Ullrich Reichenback, will take it with me.
I, Dona Roberts, will Gene,s car to anyone who can keep it under 80.
I, JUdY Russell, will my quiet and stuck up ways to my brother Doug.
I, Frances Sorrells, will my hub cap collection to my brother, Harley.
I, Arlene Sponheim, will my studious ways to J ames Lanouette. .
I, Boh Stubbs, will my quiet and modest ways to Charlotte Dooley.
1, Orion Sundheim, will my false teeth to Rex Dougherty Jr. for good luck.
I, Neil Sundheim, will my slow easy going ways to Doug Russell.
L Wayne SwenSOH, Will my love for Trigonometry to next yearis Trig. class.
L Frank Taylor, Will my way With girls to Dean Deming.
i, lJ3oanne Thormen, Wlll my courage to skip school to someone who hasnit tried it.
, aul Trudell, Wlll my muscles to J udy Croy.
i, ISdeard Unterseher, will leave to look for something better.
I, Ltormy Vlckers, will my ability to stay out of trouble to Roland Stubbs.
, eonard Wentz, Wlll my headaches from my father,s car to an one
I, Oscar Wick, will my joy for living to James Kittleson. y .
Dear Sir: August 21, 1965
SUBJECT: Whereabouts of Class of 1960
Our fellow classmate, Calvin Leibelt, now head of the FBI, gave us orders to file a report on the whereabouts of
the rest of the Class of 60. This was serious business. .
To ease our minds we decided to take in the latest m0vie, iiWorld Without Women." To our surprise the main
actor was none other than the great Fred Miller. Don,t miss this movie!!
Rushing to our plane, we were almost run-down by Frances Sorrells, the newest speed demon in hot rod racing.
While getting on the plane we were introduced to the pilot, Paul Trudell, and co-pilot, Gene Davidson. They as-
sured us of a safe trip abroad.
A very wealthy man was sitting next to us on the plane. To our amazement it was Merlin Damm, our old class-
ieh mate. He had made his second million and was busy giving it to worthy causes.
R. In England we met Dona Roberts. She informed us she is peddling her fathefs honey and is doing quite well.
Crossing the English Channel to France we were met by the ambassador to France, Leonard Wentz. He told us he
was doing fine by entertaining all the French women. He also told us Janice Dschaak had risen to world fame in
France as a ballet dancer.
In Africa we met Dianne Collins, selling black leotards to the African women. Business has not been too good.
On an oasis in the Sahara Desert we came upon Frank Taylor, the owner of a large harem.
In the heart of Africa we met Stormy Vickers singing ballads to the natives, accompanied by Bob Stubbs on the
At our last stop abroad, China, we saw Gladys Knudsen, a missionary to China. Asking her where Evelyn was,
she told us Evelyn had gotten 0n the wrong boat by mistake and was still riding a slow boat to China.
Visiting the 49th state we discovered that Orion Sundheim had purchased it recently.
Mholeboom Back in the United States at San Francisco we saw one of Kay Berryis beautiful landscape pictures.
-' i Rosalie Anderson is married and a bookkeeper for a large banker in Texas.
Neil Sundheim. is professor at National College of Bacteriology in San Antonio.
At Cape Canaveral, Florida, we found Ole Reichenbach about to pull the lever that would release the first rocket
to the moon containing a man.
Going through Kentucky, we decided to take in the Kentucky Derby. Riding Cannonball, the winning horse, was
Eva Hernandez, the first woman jockey in the world.
Heading on, we heard weird tales of a man called Wayne Berry, a hermit seeking a divorce because he was fed
up with women.
In Idaho we visited the vo-ag department of the state university currently being taught by Ivan Cayko.
Coming back to our old home town, Fairview, we met Naomi Boles and Dorothy Propp, happily married and con-
Ed Darr had become a great rancher and was known world-wide as a great bull-dogger.
Judy Russell is married and helping her husband draw up blue prints.
Wayne Swenson bought over half of North Dakota and is now raising peanuts.
Ed Unterseher has followed his dadis footsteps and is busy keeping the new gym clean.
Jean Ann, it seems, invented a new disappearing gas. No one has seen her around lately.
Maure La Bointe,s wife has filed for a divorce because he washed car parts in the kitchen sink.
Evelyn Engen is secretary for a lawyer in Sidney.
Nancy Pratt has taken Schultzie,s place on the Bob Cummin,s show as assistant photographer.
Renwood Erickson is testing out King Koil mattresses in the King Koil Factory. -
David Harris and Oscar Wick are playing with the New York Yankees, which Henry Kittleson manages.
Bev. Otis is a lion trainer in a New York zoo.
Jim Karst is a New York playboy, while Bonnie Karst, his cousin, is modeling and keeping an eye on Jim.
Beverly Hayden is married and working at a medical technician lab.
Reporting back to Washington we found that Gene Griggs was a great scientist and Irene Holbrook was secretary
to the Chief J ustice of the Supreme Court.
Joanne Thorman is Librarian in the Library of Congress.
Secret Service agents
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Secretary-MARY LOU TRUDELL
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The Junior class of Farview came into their Freshman year with 68 class-
men. During their Freshman year the class officers were Merrill Swensen, President;
Sue Thomas, Vice President; Stephanie Swanson, Secretary; and Larry Arpin, Student
Initiation was their first big event, followed by their ccOperation Successii in the.
annual Fairview Follies.
Their Sophomore year featured Ronnie Ullman, President; Aone Dobias, Vice
President; Charmayne Dunn, Secretary; Betty Johnson, Treasurer; With Harvey Note-
boom as Student Council Representative.
That year they also had an act in the annual Fairview Follies.
As Juniors their class officers are Stephanie Swanson, President; Linda Salsburyv
Vice President; Mary Lou Trudell, Secretary; and Jerome Delp as Treasurer; With
Aone Dobias as Student Council Representative.
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H sixty-seven freshmen enrolled in the fall of 1958 under the sponsorship of Mr.
R:1I;ra;:: Mr. Cirrhpbell. pfficers elected for the year were Phillip Rue, President;
w-i; :nso-n, lce PreSIdent; Dennis McDonald, Treasurer; Judy Croy, Secretary;
lma J0 on.sen .was the Student Council Representative. Their main events of the
year were 1n1t1at10n and the Sophomore return party. They competed in the Fairview
F ollies with: qt Could Be You?
miifingxfaczgor thell: secohd Year silt F.H.S., the sophomore class had an enroll-
of the freshrhen ghetogf- part In the Falrview Follies and put on the annual initiation
Harold Schlothguer. OS lcers elected .were: President, ROger Swanson; Vice President,
Dou Russell S, ecretary, Flame Cayko; Treasurer, Arlene Henderson; and
g as tudent Counc11 RePresentative. Their class advisers were: Mr.
Harcharik, and Mr. Bawden.
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Student Council-REX DOUGHERTY
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T 0 ms, Secretary; Colhng J ohnson, Student Council Representative.
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, use a nylon StOCklng over their head, wear a sign saying TtPurple
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MR. ROBERT ARTHAUD
Messages such as this usually contain advice to students as they
leave high school. This is a message to all children in the grade
school, including the eighth grade pupils who will graduate and
go on to high school. As you grow older in learning and experience,
you will come to see that there are several important things you
should learn in school. .The facts you learn from your textbooks
are important, but you also learn habits and skills. You not only
learn how to read and write, but how to think, study, conduct
meetings, make speeches, and discuss important topics. As you do
these things, you learn how to get along with others, have respect
for proper authority, and above all, respect for learning and know-
When yougraduate from the eighth grade your education is not
finished. Even after graduating from high school and college, you
are just beginning to learn. Truly, education should go on all
through your life.
If you have learned to love learning while in school, then you
have made the most of your schooling.
ROBERT E. ARTHAUD
Elementary Prin cz'pal
ROW ONE: S. Dougherty, C. Lassey, K. Mason, L. Rongholt, V. Garza, B. LaBonte, P. McConnell, C. Stordahl. ROW TWO: B.
Haugen, R. Erickson, R. Meldahl, D. Rue, D. Thomas, R. Hunter, D. Roesner, E. Simmons, Y. Homstead, P. Wheeler. ROW THREE:
R. Noyes, M. Miessel, Mr. Stompro, P. McClosky, R. Hillman, M. Renner, R. Chase, G. Berndt.
ROW ONE: K. Harden, F. Chase, M. Swanson, M. Wheeler, R. Patterson, I. Johnson, B. Buxbaum. ROW TWO: D. Wiles, D. Duda,
C. Kmdopp, B. Sanderson, R. Taylor, L. Farr. ROW THREE: R. Brodhead, T. Biehl, J. Hawley, M. Dschaak, Mr. Stompro.
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FIRST ROW: Ruth Ludington, Elaine Cayko, Carol Helm. SECOND ROW: Sonja Jacobson, Jane Lanouette, Linda Salsbury,
:, Sharon Stordahl, Maria Garcia, Judy Croy, Louise Dore, Arlene Henderson, Wilma Johnson, Stephanie Swanson. THIRD ROW:
' Barbara Delp, Wanda Isbell, Susan Swenson, Sue Eldridge, Myra Flynn, Iris Moore, Cheryl Sundheim, Aone Dobias, Gisela Reichen-
" bach, Gloria Shelley, Judy Miller, Carol Meldahl. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Dunn, Kay Thomas, Charlotte Dooley, Jean Hillman, Rosa-
lie Anderson, Frances Sorrells, Judy Russell, Bonnie Karst, Betty Johnson. FIFTH ROW: Judy Deming, Charmayne Dunn, Ren-
ood Erickson, Wayne Berry, Henry Kittleson, Frank Taylor,
Eva Hernandez, Mary
Wanda Isbell. STANDING: Carol Helm, Joanne Thorman,
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U derscher, W. Danielson, F. Hernandez. STANDING: A. Heil, C. Berry, J. Paschke, R. ETICkSOIl, U. Reichenbach, G. Griggs, P.
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There are fortY-eight members enrolled in F.H.A. Theofficers elected were;.Arlene Sponhetmjiiiz
dent; Judy Russell, Vice President; Dorothy Propp, Secretary; A0116. Deblas, TrelaDsurer; Parlia-
Dschaak, Song Leader; Elaine Cayko, Recreation; Kalen BiehL Htstorlan; JUdY emlnb,
mentarian; Betty Johnson, Recorder; Charmayne Dunn, National PrOJBCtS.
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Miss Zella Gillaspey is the advisor and Mrs. Joe Thomas and Mrs. N1ck CaYkO are the C ap
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District Song Leader.
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During the year, 1959-1960, the club has sponsored a Sadle Hawklns Dance, a style shoW
ride and they served at school board and MEA meetings. They were cosponsored Wlth the
for the Sweetheart Ball.
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F.F.A. officers for the year 1959-60 were: Ivan Cayko, President; Lawrence Denowh, Vice
President; Jim Karst, Secretary; Paul Trudell, Treasurer; Wayne Berry, Sentinel; Ed Darr, Parha-
mentarian; and Mr. Watts, Advisor.
In the spring of 1959 the Chapter went to Bainville, Montana, where they took ttSweepstakes?
This fall they went to the soil judging contest in Sidney where Jim Karst placed first, Wayne Berry
placed second. Lawrence Denowh placed third, and Keith Severance placed fourth. From Sidney the
boys went to Glasgow to represent this area.. At Glasgow they placed third as a team and went on to
represent Fairview at State held in Lewistown. At Lewistown, Ivan Cayko obtained' the rating of State
F armer and was then elected fourth vice president. The Parliamentary Procedure team! t1ed for f1rst
and Fairview received a Gold Medal Award.
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The Press Club was organized with 41 students. Each month they put out the
paper known to us as the Fair Facts.
Besides editors, the club consistc of artists, typists, proofreaders, mimeograph
artists, and stampers.
The Fool F acts, an April extra, was published by the Junior Class and, next yeafs
editor, Louise Dore.
Business Manager-Bev Hayden,
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Pep Assembly . . . Snake Dance . ,
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the never-to-be-forgotten memories of the
1959 Homecoming celebration. Everyone re-
members the weeks of preparation and then
the Big Day. Chilly weather along with a little
rain and snow didnTt hinder the spirits of
the student body as they turned out in full
force to back our boys to a win.
The Queen for homecoming was elected by ymdit;ostomg 01
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The Fairview Warriors made Homecoming
a booming success Friday, October 9, 1960,
as they pulled the upset of the year edging
the undefeated Plentywood team 15-12 on a
snow and rain soaked field.
A good homecoming crowd braved inclem-
ent weather to see the most exciting game
of the season and to see Plentywood dropped
as the leaders of the conference.
After losing two scoring opportunities due
to fumbles, the Warriors scored first as a fast
roughing line tackled a Wildcat back in the
end zone for a safety, making the score 2-0.
Plentywood came back With a long break-
away run to score, but they failed to get the
extra point. The score 6-2.
In the second quarter, following another
long run Plentywood scored again. At the
half time the Warriors were down 12-2.
In the second half, the recharged Warriors
centrolled the game. In four plays the War-
rlors made a touchdown and the score 12-8.
In the fourth quarter, the Warriors made
another touchdown and they were ahead to
stay. In Winning the game 15-12 Fairview
brought its record to 2-1-1 and moved into
a second place tie.
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