Fairview High School - Flicker Yearbook (Fairview Park, OH)

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The Flicker wouid never have been pubiished without the heip ot the many, many other peopie invoived: the seniors who had their pictures taken during the summer vacation, the anonymous contributors, the yearbook saiesmen, and the canvassers tor sponsors. The statt wishes to thank the teachers tor their patience e disrupted whiie the ciub pictures were hers, and especiaiiy d the advance- he ciasses wer d 'ts photograp nd Mrs. Betty when t being taken, Haiie's an i the two advisors, Mr. Harry H. Wiggins a Dawson. SQOHSUVS ,ff ggi i' If X . fr I . f ly 7 Airway Television 8. Radio Sales 22795 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Bruce Ayer 4165 West 214 St. Mr. 84 Mrs. Clark A. Bailey 3928 West 210 St. Baumgardner's Grocery 20470 Lorain Rd. Becker's Donut Shop 22084 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. John Bednar 4318 West 196 St. Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles A. Black 19447 Henry Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. W. T. Branigin 4639 West 228 St. The E. B. Brown Optical Co. 3130 Westgate Mr. 8. Mrs. Anton Burbach 22530 Westwood Rd. Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert A. Campbell 21982 Eaton Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Paul D. Carr 4441 West 214 St. Catalano's Service Station 22870 Lorain Rd. Catherine's Beauty Shoppe 3048 Warren Rd. Christman Florist 23538 Lorain Rd. 84 Service, Clayton's Auto Service 19223 Lorain Rd. Corrigan Funeral Home 20820 Lorain Rd. Dr. 8. Mrs. Paul C. Crone 4111 Story Rd. Mr. 81 Mrs. Nicholas Darabant 4202 West 226 St. Dari-Delite 22004 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8: Mrs. Herbert F. Dawson 4423 West 226 St. Dietz Auto Service 22690 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8: Mrs. Norman J. Dowling 4139 West 215 St. Drellishak's Service 20690 Center Ridge Rd. Mrs. Kathleen A. Droste 4454 Angela Dr. Ewing's "Penguin" Drive In 21077 Center Ridge Rd. Fairview Barber Shop 21558 Lorain Rd. Fairview Cleaners 8. Tailors 22245 Lorain Rd. Fairview Cycle Company 22230 Lorain Rd. Fairview Herald 22830 Lorain Rd. 1 ,- - i f f fl 4 7 r 1 J .. 1 1 S All I '-- Or ' J yn: . F, 2 L .451 1 ijg' T S .ZQQ .. 1 T l , Fairview Home Improvement 22765 Lorain Rd. Fairview Motels, Inc. 21159 Center Ridge Rd. Fairview Park Laundry 20390 Lorain Rd. Fairview Sweet Shoppe 21280 Lorain Rd. Mr. 81 Mrs. F. A. Foight Jr. 19585 Henry Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Lloyd Fritchman 21530 Hillsdale Ave. Mr. 8. Mrs. L. S. Frost 21453 North Park Dr. Mr. 8. Mrs. George Garrett 4590 Angela Dr. Mr. 8. Mr. Gred Geiger 21075 Seabury Ave. Mr. 8. Mrs. A. Gilchrist 3969 Elmore Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. W. C. Gneuhs 21165 Parkwood Ave. Halle Bros. Westgate Shopping Center Handy's Select Meats 3351 Westgate Mr. 8. Mrs. John F. Hosier 21020 Parkwood Ave. Jack's Floral Shop 21300 Lorain Rd. Jackson's Tavern 22290 Lorain Rd. Jim's Sohio Service 20220 Lorain Rd. Joe's Barber Shop 22800 Lorain Rd. Kamm's Corner Auto Parts 17005 Lorain Ave. Katharine's Beauty Shoppe 3048 Warren Rd. Kay's Floral Shoppe 17902 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Delburt F. Kitzel 4671 West 228 St. Klag's Superette 4219 West 210 St. Dr. 8. Mrs. Richard E. Koch, 20997 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Thomas Kovalak 4685 Fleharty Rd. Oscar Kramer Nu-Style Dry 21420 Lorain Rd. Kronheims 21925 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. W. J. Kunkle 19575 Henry Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. T. K. Lamb, Jr. 4597 West 220 St. Mr. 8. Mrs. John T. Lanning 4545 West 214 St. Dr. R. D. Larcey 21459 Center Ridge R Lawn Village, Inc. 22445 Lorain Rd. D.D.S. Cleaners d. If uf fd " L0 0 ponsors Mr. 8. Mrs. Reed M. Lear 21966 Seabury Ave. London Furniture 8. Carpet Co. 12000 Buckeye Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. N. K. Lucas 4593 West 214 St. Marlen Jewlers, Inc. 3260 Westgate Dr. 8. Mrs. Peter W. Maximuke 19593 Coffinberry Blvd. McGowan 8. Co. 40691 Lorain Rd. Mr. 81 Mrs. Gabriel Mendez 4370 Wooster Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Stanley A. Midnight 21684 North Park Drive Modern Tool 81 Die Co 5389 West 130 St. Mr. 8. Mrs. Theo. Moll 21362 North Park Dr. Mr. 8: Mrs. George A. Morris 19636 Henry Rd. Arthur Murray Dance Studio of 20950 Center Ridge Rd. New Era Cleaners 21090 Center Ridge Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Alton F. Null 20952 Stanford Ave. Dr. 8. Mrs. Robert H. Nuss 4797 West 212 St. Mr. 8. Mrs. E. E. Oconnor 19190 South Sagamore Dr. Westgate Ohliger Drug Store 21720 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Stanley Okicki 5690 West 220 St. The Orchid Lounge Bar 21093 Center Ridge Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Jack Oswald 4078 West 220 St. Mr. 81 Mrs. R. Patterson 21666 North Park Dr. Perkee Frocks 21631 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Joseph Petrigan 4259 West 192 St. Pierstort Pharmacy 22086 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. J. P. Pippin 4161 West 229 St. Politos Delicatessen 19367 Lorain Rd. Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph J. Poplstein 22605 Mildred Ave. Mr. 8: Mrs. Bernard Rademaker 19287 Henry Rd. Repp Furniture, Inc. 22621 Lorain St. Mr. 8. Mrs. D. L. Rhodes 21050 North Park Drive Mr. 8. Mrs. John G. Ritter 21853 Cromwell Ave. X 'Q W X r A Y . . 1511: Niaffiegg lVf7 is x Mr. 8. Mrs. R. M. Roberts 4314 West 212 St. Rustic Drive In 20780 Center Ridge Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Irving Sallow 4156 West 217 St. Mr. 8. Mrs. R. Scheuer 4324 West 223 St. Mr. 8. Mrs. Lionel A. Schmidt 19167 South Sagamore Rd. Mr. 81 Mrs. Arthur Schrauf 22710 Haber Dr. Mr. 8. Mrs. Clarence Scott Jr. and Evelyn 4569 West 277 St. Mr. 8g Mrs. L. N. Shaner 4234 West 222 St. Shuttler's Men's and Boys' Wear 3280 Westgate Singer Sewing Machine Co. 3150 Westgate Mr. 81 Mrs. William Smith 4564 West 227 St. Mr. 8. Mrs. C. E. Spahr 4490 West 214 St. Mr. 8. Mrs. Thomas A. Stamatis 4324 West 217 St. Mr. 8. Mrs. Martin L. Stiff 21190 Cromwell Ave. Mr. 8. Mrs. C. L. Swayze 4665 West Park Dr. Tait's Market 20474 Lorain Rd. ponsors A 7 ..., I Dr. 8. Mrs. William J. Teufel 22985 Mastick Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. John Thompson 4034 West 226 St. Town 81 Country Salon 20950 Center Ridge Rd Town Realty Assoc., Inc. 21162 Lorain Rd. Dr. 8. Mrs. L. D. Triana 21070 Eaton Rd. Mr. 8: Mrs. C. L. Vahrenhold 19520 So. Sagamore Rd. Vaughn's Flowers 22540 Lorain Rd. Village Shoe Service 22090 Lorain Rd. Mr. 8g Mrs. Frank Vodraska 4219 West 212 St. Mr. 8. Mrs. Ross Webber 21887' Eaton Rd. Mr. 8. Mrs. Chas. Wenzel' 4647 West 220 St. West Side Federal Saving 8. Loan Assoc. 21510 Lorain Rd. Wilhelm's Flowers, Inc. Westgate Shopping Center Woodwards Pantry 22255 Lorain Rd. Zappola Westgate Barber Shop 3240 Westgate Cafeteria Workers Janitors Preparing and serving the food daily is the task of Mrs. Ruth Griesser, Mrs. Mildred Miller, Mrs. Anne Sawyer, Mrs. Margaret Henderson. Mr. Claude Worthington Mrs- Irene Bdldi Mr. Louis Clark Mr. Patrick Friel Mr. Charles Sikorski head custodian Mr. Emmett Everhart Mr. Charles Meese O W ,K -t . .I 5' if " I .av 44 Q . 0 , 1 0 Q MW. . 51 mf-1 -. 1:22fsfa5,1f- I Mniw 5 s gzfgxinfez' .U , ,V A 5yag:sr:'?92 -, ::fL5'?f F.. mmww,-f f :fuwv 532175292 :L 1-g , ,flag 45,2551 f--4 w MW. - F wwf an Q Irwin' W i Q 32:2?g?iff:q-,1.L,,L,4 i Eggwwsgizgii 5m:g::py?.' z 21 l t ' 5 ' 5 !S5fl?5s'tf':iA. T231 " , , f ff 0 ' x, ! 0 . as . K 1 ' ' Q F ,F 4. Q v ' ,. - , fam, , N ' ,T V - , Q : Qifgiwfaf if v ' 2 'fl rs f Q, '. 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With the provisions for the building of a swimming pool and locker rooms adiacent to the gym-for in- creasing and for be able dents. the size of the library, cafeteria, gym, and shop- constructing a new junior high wing the school will to adequately handle the increasing number of stu- Board of Education The members of the Board of Education this year were Mr. Dana B. Thomas, Vice-President and Mrs. Irene E. Matia. Mrs. Eila D. Russell, Mrs. Ethel E. Bishop, Clerk-Treasurer, Mr. Absent: Mr. John J. Corrigan. James S. Rignall, President, Mr. Louis F. Mayer, Superintendent, Mr. Lewis F. Mayer, Superintendent of Fairview Park schools, has iniected his philosophy of education into the very heart of the school. Through the years the various aspects of the school - classroom activities, organizations, building activities, athletics - have developed to their present status under his competent direction. A recipient of a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wooster College and a Master of Arts from Ohio State, Mr. Meyer has earned the respect of all as a fine administrator and a worthy citizen of the schools and the community. Q-"" ,W Miss Janis DeMuth is Assistant and Secretary to the Super- intendent. Her steady and efficient attention to detail contributes largely to the smooth running of the entire school system. Tactful and understanding, Miss DeMuth helps maintain a fine relationship between the teaching personnel and the office of the superintend- ent. She has her Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Reserve U niversity. Dr. Frank W. Barr, Administrative Assistant to the Super- intendent, has been with the Fairview Park school system for thirteen years. He has been instrumental in instituting summer school and adult education in the Fairview schools. Dr. Barr has a Bachelor of Science degree from Ohio State, and a Master of Arts, and a Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Western Reserve University. Instrumental in guiding the lives of many girls, Miss Laura L. Dean is continually striving for the general welfare of all students. Her pleasant sympathetic approach to the scholastic and personal problems of "her" girls has added to her success in helping many adjust. Miss Dean has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Reserve and a Master of Arts degree from the same school. Mr. Frank O. Hurd, as Principal, is directly responsible for the student activities at Fairview High. His many duties are executed with an effi- ciency that shows his good iudgment and administra- tive skill. Moreover, Mr. Hurd has done much to promote an excellent relationship between the faculty and the students. Mr. Hurd received a Bachelor of Arts degree at Hiram College and a Master of Arts degree at Ohio State University. This year Mr. Robert C. Rudes was appointed Dean of Boys by the Superintendent. Now in his seventh year of teaching at Fairview High, Mr. Rudes has consistently shown excellent judgment in assisting them with their many and varied pro- blems. Mr. Rudes is o graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College and a recipient of a Bachelor of Arts degree. Qffice Help Mrs. Ora Hunke assists Mrs. Collins and does general office work in her job as a part-time secre- tary in the office. Mrs. Cora Collins, secretary in the high school office, assists Miss Dean, Mr. Hurd, and Mr. Rudes in varied ways. ln addition to her innumerable clerical duties, she furnishes colleges with transcripts of the students' high school records, handles the lost and found articles and the money for various collec- tions, and gives general advice and directions to all students. Miss Carol Burkhart, a member of the class of 1958, does secretarial work and assists Miss DeMuth in the superintendent's office. - l l Il? Iirliei 'fsrfk"': w w ' -. 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World History. ELSA C. CHAMBERLAIN, New York State Teachers', College of N.Y.U., Baldwin-Wallace. English 7, Social Studies 7. GEORGIANA R. CHILCHER, B. A., Baldwin Wallace. English 7, Social Studie-s 7. MARY R. COLEMAN, B.S., Ed., Miami. Science 7 and 8. BETTY DAWSON, B.A., Akron. English 'I0 and 'II. KATHRYN S. DEMMON, B.A., Baldwin-Wallace. Girls' Physical Education 7 and 8. H. HAYS ELLIOTT, B.S., Ed., State Teachers College, Pennsyl- vania, M.A., Ed., Western Reserve. American History. JAMES L. ETZKORN, B.A., Baldwin-Wallace. Ohio History, World History, American History. GLADYS A. FISHER, B.A., Wooster. English 8, Social Studies 8. ELLEN P. GIBBS, B.A., Hiram, M.A., Columbia. Cafeteria Dieti- cian, Home Economics 7, 8, 9, 10, and II. EDWIN HAMMETT, B.S. Ed., Bowling Green, M.A., Western Reserve. Mechanical Drawing I, and II, Print Shop Supervisor. MARIE K. HEPHNER, B.S. Ed., Denver. Typing I and II, Short- hand I. VIRGINIA R. HINES, B.S., Ed., Bowling Green. French I and Il, English 9. LILA J. HOFTYZER, B.A., Flora Stone Mather, M. A., Western Reserve. Algebra, Advanced Algebra, Plane Geometry. HANNAH C. BABCOCK, A.B., Florida Southern. Science 8, Physical Science, Biology. FRANK W. BARR, B.S., Ohio State, M.A., Western Reserve: Ph.D., Western Reserve. Supervisor of Music, Chorale. ROBERT BENNINGHOFF, A.B., Thiel College. Mathematics 9, Advanced Algebra, Plane Geometry. JERRY E. BIVIN, B.S., Miami. Music 7 and 8, Glee Club, Chor- alettes and Singers, Chorale CHARLES E. BRACKNEY, B.S. Ed., Wilmington. Physics, Chemis- try. WILLIAM R. BRISTOW, A.B., Baldwin-Wallace. Science 8 and 9. BURWELL O. BUCHANAN, A.B., Fenn College, Vocational Guid- ance Director. ALICE S. BYRNE, B.A., Hiram, M.A., Western Reserve. English 12. DONALD C. CAMPBELL, B.A., Oberlin, M.A. Ed., Pittsburgh. Health 7, Boys' Physical Education 7. MARY N. CANTRELL, B.A., Indiana, Latin I and II. MARY E. ISHIE, B.A., Flora Stone Mather, M.A., Western Re. serve. Spanish I and II. WILLIAM E. JOHNSON, B.S. Ed., Ohio Northern. Shop 7, 8, 9, 10, and 12. LOUISE KNOLL, B.S. Ed., Bowling Green. English 7, Social Studies 7. BARBARA A. KYLE, B.A., Western Reserve. Reading Improve- ment. HELEN LE PONTOI5, A.B., Oberlin College, M.A., Western Re- serve. Math 7 and 8, Social Studies, 8, Algebra. , NED E. LIVENGOOD, B.A., Baldwin-Wallace. American Govern- ment, American History, Social Problems. RICHARD LORD, B.S. Ed., Defiance. World Geography 9, Civics 10. RICHARD P. LOTHROP, B.A., College at Wooster, M.A., Univer- sity of Illinois. College Guidance, Ohio History 8, Psychology 12. PAUL J. MALAN, B.S. Ed., Kent State. Shop 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11. CONRAD MARQUARD, B.S., Baldwin-Wallace. Math 7 and 8. NYTA J. MC CLUNG, A.B., Marshall College. English 9 and 10. CAROL M. MENEELY, B.S., Bowling Green. Girls' Physical Edu- cation 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. PAULINE NESPECA, B.S. Ed., University of West Virginia. Home Economics 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11. ALBERTA W. NICHOLS, B.S. Ed., Ohio State. Typing II, Short- hand II, Bookkeeping, Office Practice. WILLIAM C. REBER, B.S., Western Reserve, M.A., Western Re- serve. Art 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11. RUTH ROBERTS, B.S., Marshall, West Virginia. Math 8, Alge- bra, Advanced Algebra. ROBERT C. RUDES, A.B., Baldwin-Wallace. American Government. NELSON J. RUSS, A.B., Wooster, M.A., Western Reserve. Boys' Physical Education 8, 9, IO, 11, and 12. ARTHUR A. SAARINEN, B.A., Music Ed., Baldwin-Wallace. Ele- mentary Music, Orchestra, Beginning and Jr. Band. JANET R. SCHAUM, A.B., Western Reserve. English 8, Social Studies 8. DAVID D. SMEAL, B.S. Ed., Otterbein. General Science 9, Algebra, Physics. ROBERT N. SMITH, B.S., Anderson College. English 10. VIRGINIA STONER, A.B., Ohio University. English 7 and 8, Social Studies 7 and 8. JAMES E. VANAMAN, B.S., Kent State, M.A., Ohio State. Math 7, 8, and 9. HARRY H. WIGGINS, B.A., Wilmington, M.A., Western Reserve. English II. 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'J , 15,1 us' M w-3fil7?5fT5li'5l?WfK3'iQii6a'2: SQ ,Kp o K o Q ' 0 Q Q Q ' I , ,I if 1 6640665 6 46Q46s6o'xo- XOQQZ av 60 Xaogo Q06 O6-Qexx, 'as wow Q06 Qixg 'ox Req 66 os X fclxq ood 00664 Q06 Q,6x 066 osx was oo, Q06 SKOAGQK Coooclb 6 Rxoqo 6630 Xoogomooqo Q6 Q06 'xixcgv s30ooX 666 q064oxo6x-row my q066'v, ooc.6 0 sr1634- of 564 Q06 X6o664g6xQ QR Q464x66oKY ok 'wg XQKQQQQ46 om f,g06oX 66666, Q06 QOSK 65664 Sl'l6i6'.X606X0Q C064 06465, Qooxixog OSSGGYMXGS, Koxboq e0OYQ,6 osx N6oqo6c,oqo 60066 616-JG. C9Qx6o'0s,Ea66a6KoN -fa Rso66qo3l-64 ,4'xr,6R s6Qxb6vK, oo,'Yi6osox6x-, was 0600, bixsox. 'lvl 'xot XXGXQ ded GX C otXs 560 'QOSKG wb Loewe Q oseovl X-Rgixx. OXQXCGYS oi Skobe ou 6xx, ?x64x66oK-, . C, 0 P. Sx666ox Coooclb q06e3ix0Q,'xfK QKOQO Xboq, 6 qvoixoo. 55. OK Firsf Row: S. Speidel, D. Brewster, M. Luce, l.. Hoff- man, B. Wulz. Second Row: J. Ekin, M. Wild, l. Woda, C. lnnes, C. Oberf, J. Doolittle, C. Bender, N. Lacy. Third Row: B. Martin, B. Cook D. Pinkel T. Brooker. Firsf Roni: J. Kossin, S. Abbott, A. Krist, L. Feitz, L. Rozem, C. Lengel. Second Row: T. Moll, J Wyman, J. Poplsfein, K. Gneuhs, H. Webber, T. Reddish, B. Carlson, B. Teufel, B. Lanning, G. Fuller, D. Krauss. Firsf Row: C. Sfonerecker, S. Smifh, S. Bredi, N Huftenlocher, S. Reash. Second Row: D. Laffo, C Barchfai, R. Pinkel, J. Hamilton, B. Hendrickson, A Zaborsky, T. Oconnor, B. Laflamme. First Row: B. Null, P. Ayer, S. Rademaker, D. Roberts, L. Razem, S. Crone, J. lmhoff. Second Row: Miss Dean, B. Kunkle, T. Oconnor R. Riffer, B. Lanning, P. Garrett. -Q 9 .Fa-'N lk ea IW 1 A National Honor ociety The National Honor Society was activated at Fairview this year to recognize stu dents of high citizenship, scholarship, service and leadership. Thespians, another national society started here this year, honors outstanding act- Thespians NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Yi 7 7 1 ffl xXx tg. L6 First Row: B. Null, L. Lyner, P. Ayer, S. Crone, K. Patterson. Second Row: Mr. Smith, A. Droste, E. Triana, J. Bednar, B. Kunlcle. Third Row: B. Ackerman, B. Lanning, B. Pitman, J. Taylor. First Row: S. Crone, S. Spooner, K. Lunt, J. Chamberlain, J. Swayze, M. Sweeney. Second Row: T. Burbach, J. lmhoff, S. Branigin, D. Frost, J. Minderhout, S. Midnight, N. Morris. Third Row: D. Rhodes, N Neuman, P. Walker, N. Stiff, M. Costa, A. LaNasa, E. Triana, J. Lear, K. Coffman, M. Walton. Fourth Row: B. Black, S. Sutton, K. Patterson, P. Loy, K. Wilson, P. Brewer, D. Reigler, M. Guth, P. Barker, M. Coss, B. Frank. Fifth Row: B. Kovalek, M. Boehmer, A. Droste, S. Shank, E. Jenkins, J. Allen, S. Vahrenhold, J. Kovach, B. Lanning. Sixth Row: B. Kunkle, V. Rollin, R. Kundtz, P. Maxi- muke, L. Foight, R. Riffer, B. Smith, A. Bailey, J. Taylor. tage cratters The Stagecrafters, guided by Mr. Robert Smith, successfully produced three well-known plays - "Dino," "The Other Wise Man," and "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." Three one act plays, dir- ected by seniors, were presented at school assemblies. Officers were P. Ayer, J. Bednar, vice-president: B. Null, B. Ackerman, B. Pitman, president: Mr. Smith, advisor. First Row: B. Laurie, A. Krist, S. Converse, H. Doolittle, S. Brownsberger, B. Morgan. Second Row: K. King, L. Lukes, D. Branist, S. Phillips, L. Burke, P. O'Keefe, E. Consilio. Third Row: K. DeTrow, A. Sissman, J. Luxforcl, J. Clark, C. Cook, R. Pfaff. Fourth Row: B. Reith, S. Irwin, D. Pervo, B. Ackerman, S. Abbott, S. Herman. Fifth Row: J. Hanson, G. Fuller, D. Newby, D. Innes, D. Krauss. J. Fretthold. First Row: B. Behlke, P. Lakios, J. Dalessandro, G. Cameli, Z. Sharkey, G. Alderman. Second Row: G. Natterer, N. Fetzer, J. Cause, P. Saarinen, V. Mattson, M. Miller. Third Row: K. Bednarchuk, L. Criswell, L. Murphy, R. Noble, R. Gneuhs, C. Marquard, S. Lambert, C. Calvitti. Third Row: J. Hill, B. Besserer, K. Bender, M. Risberg, S. McEwen, B. Masony, F. Moeller, D. Delaney, V. Beran. Fifth Row: M. Stone, P. Baxter, B. Lanning, J. Merstelder, D. Coticchiag R. Fott, H. Wolf, J. Garrett, S. Boyd. Sixth Row: S. Midnight, D. Walsh, J. Hall, H. Muranko, J. Spangler, B. Watson. SON The officers of the Junior Stagecrafters are: K. Bickford, President, D. Poplstein, Vice-President, M. Galik, Secretary, S. Auerbach, Treasurer. Ns First Row: R. Minor, P. Pervo, M. Hutchings, J. Lauderbeck, S. Mueller, S. Heege, S. Bell. Second Row: T. King, M. Galik, K. Barker, S. Funk, M. Cartwright, L. Dale, K. Bickfcrd, K. Fisher, J. Alexander. Third Row: Mr. Smith, S. Auerbach, L. Roberts, C. Clark, L. Zirbes, C. Skinner, J. Schumaker, D. Schwark, E. April, B. Walz, S. Summers, D. Thomas, J. Campbell. Fourth Row: M. Bohn, M. Pagel, S. Basnik, Brewster, S. Bishop, M. Luce, H. Marcum, K. Kelly, L. Hoffman, G. O'kicki, C. Hahn, G. Eppich, B. Theede, R. Whiston, A. Schneider, B. Sewell, J. Baker, R. Dattilo. Boosters Club By decorating the halls with posters, by giving skits over the P.A., and by planning our spirited pep rallies, the Booster Club has contributed to the school spirit evidenced at all of the school's athletic events. Among its many activities were the arrang- ing of Parents' Night ancl the selling of "mums" at the homecoming games, all of which were encourag- ing successes. Directing the Boosters Club were S. Rademaker, president, B. Smith, vice-president, E. Jenkins, secre- tary, E. Triana, treasurer, and Mrs. Alice Byrne, ad- visor. -1. -,.. ... mm, J' K . -.1 Loy, G. Todd ossm, J. Taylor, 5, Conve sl Abbot, L YBUSL Spogner, S. Midnight, B. Smith QSQM 5?C0nd Row: P. ' ' - e. l 1 . orris. T ' . lrwln, R. Clark. ourfh Row' K' Tl'omPS0t1, B. Pitman S hlltbclkozl First Row: D. Loy, L. Feitz, D. Foyer, N. Cook. Second Row: K. Hellreigel, J. Swayze, J. Wyman, K. Lunt, K. Wilson, K. Jollie, J. Kossin, D. Deubel. Third Row: T. Faus, J. Spangler, J. Lear, P. Garrett, J. Allen, B. Watson, S. Vahrenhold. Friendship Because ot its increasing size, Friendship was divided into chapters according to grades this year. Each chapter met once a month, as did the overall club. The advisors were Miss Dean, overall, Mrs. Babcock, twelfth grade chapter, Mrs. McClung, eleventh, and Miss lschie, tenth. The cabinet was, First Row: P. Walker, D. Marx, N. Johnson, P. Ayer, Vice-Presi- dent, J. Haviland. Second Row: J. Snead, Treasurer, N. Neuman, D. Schraff, President, S. Spahr, Secre- tary, J. Garrett. Junior cabinet members were, First Row: D. Marx, S. Converse, G. Funk, C. Natmeir, J. Kossin. Second Row: A. Springborn, J. Fruehaut, B. Lagai. Third Row: C. Lengel, S. Morris. Members of the senior cabinet were, First Row: N. Morris, P. Walker. Second Row: N. Neuman, M. Guth, S. Crone, L. Lyner, L. Razem. Third Row: K. Coffman, D. Rhodes, P. Brewer. Fourth Row: A. Droste, B. Campbell, E. Stamatis. Students on sophomore cabinet were, First Row: N. Fetzer, L. Wohlfield, S. Lambert, C. Stamatis, N. Johnson. Second Row: J. Doolittle, K. Carr. Hi-Y Carrying out the theme tor this year, "World Brotherhood," with the aid of Mr. Hammett and Mr. Etzkorn, the junior and senior members ot the Hi-Y Club achieved a deeper understanding of the organiza- tion's purpose, "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community." Among the contributions ot this year were sales of football programs, paticipation in the Youth in Government program, and the production of the Easter Assembly in conjunction with the Friendship Club. Speakers, panel discussions, installa- tions, and banquets were typical programs of the bi-monthly Monday evening meet- ings. T. Faus Sergeant-af-Arms. P. Maximuke Chaplain. B. lanning President. J. Poplstein Secretary. B. Teufel Treasurer. R. Riffer Vice-President First Row: A. Bailey, B. Black. T. lamb, D. Schrauf, D. Petrigan, J. Hostal, M. Walton, K. Thompson. Second Row: Mr. Etzkorn, G. Fosnaugh, B. Kovalek, V. Rollin, B. Smith, D. Kitzel, L. Foight, B. Pippin, B. Carlson, R. Osterhouse, B. Schmidt, J. Swayze. Third Row: F. Albert, B. Pitman, B. Nuss, B. Karg, T. Oconnor, B. Titmas, 5- Th9lSf 5- Khlnkle. K. Gneuhs, J. Taylor, B. Heckman. First Row: B. Hyland, C. Caplinger, B Ackerman, F. Williams, G. Terbeck Second Row: D. Albert, G. Hennings, R Michaels, D. Newby, D. Carroll, J. Frett- hold, Mr. Hammett. Third Row: M. Har- bart, J. Hanson, S. Demko, D. Kolp, H Mehrens, G. Fuller. Y-Teens Firsf Row: D. Kelsik, C. Hogling, K. Schaedel, E. Hapely, C. Davies, E. Dow- ling, D. Handlir, J. Liedfke M. Goebee. Second Row: K. Ruppelf, E. Snelling, J. Sfanden, R. Damm, S. Reith, B. Mc- Nutf, S. Gilbertson, L. Harbari, A. Harker. Third Row: L. Barkhurst, J. Thoma, K. Benyo, L. Chenek, J. Copeland, B. Bliss, P. Chipka, P. Crane, B. Burfneff. Fourfh Row: K. Gears, J. Falkenstein, L. Eble, M. Stains, S. Smilh, S. Bredf, N. Basnik, M. Carroll, S. Berry, N. Seighman. Firsf Row: M. Carfwrighf, S. Wisniewski, M. Pagel, J. Baker, K. Barker, J. Mefzger, G. Eppich, J. Schneider, J. Alexander, J. Speidel, K. Bickford, K. Ward. Second Row: J. Shumacher, C. Mueller, A. Minor, P. Pervo, L. Roberfs, F. Kunafh, M. Slusni, L. Zirbes, S. Auerbach, D. Burdick, M. Bohn, J. Hanson, Mrs. Chilcher, Advisor. Third Row: M. Luce, P. Furman, A. Hacker, M. Duranfe, J. Campbell, L. Rhodes, J. Lauderback, S. Bell, M. Hutchings, D. Schwark, T. King, C. Clark, C. Skinner, S. Berry. Fourfh Row: C. Hahn, B. Sewell, E. April, M. Sundburg, G. Okicki, H. Marcum, V. Betfendorf, S. Bishop, L. Hoff- man, K. Kelly, R. Whisfon, S. Basnik, D. Brewsier, S. Summers. 7th Y-Teens Firsf Row: B. Snead, L. Phillips, K. Gal- lowilz, A. Sterling, D. Bennhoff, J. Hager- dorn, N. Cook, D. Frankle, P. Gergel, L. Gledhill. Second Row: Mrs. Chamberlain K. Schumacher, D. Loy, D. Kaner, J. Havi- land, S. Kinklelarr, R. Geniro, S. Chee S. Reash, A. Kemp L. Phillips, J. Kelly S. Dopo, K. Pfaff. Third Row: J. Trevaskis S Kelly, S. Hartsock, M. Bode, B. Nuss, B. Williams J. Wilcox, S. Colp, P. Guyon C. GroholyQ J. Maifhews, K. McCullough J. McGen1y, P. Palacio. Fourth Row: D Hutton, N. Brooks, M. Reed, J. London, B. Brewsfer, P. Marcell, L. Bednarchuk, K Schuffi, N. Spilburg, L. Springborn, B Sfefler, M. Conharse, K. Bell, J. Moore, K. Cahmer, P. Sianhard, B. Miller. 1 r r 1 1 panish Club Los Triquitraques, l"The Firecrackers"J is the Spanish club guided by Miss Mary Ischie whose purpose is to help students gain a more thorough understanding of the Spanish-speaking peo-ples. First Row: G. Schaefer, N. Dowling, D. Teufel, R. Clark, R. Hocevar, J. Iler, J. Chaloupka, B. Masony. Second Row: S. Midnight, P. Pace, R. Schatmeyer, D. Bruce, D. Huston, B. Morris, B. Hanson, H. Wolf, M. Wild, J. Toth. Third Row: Miss lschie, C. Lengel, R. Gneuhs, L. Purcell, J. Kossin, K. Carr, L. Jacobson, J. Dalessandro, L. Wohlfield, G. Alderman, N. Fetzer, C. Inner, S. Roberts. Fourth Row: L. Lukes, C. Schultz, S. Waite, I. Schulz, C. Obert, N. Johnson, D. De-ubel, N. Woehrman, S. Thompson, L. Black, C. Stamatis, J. Trainer, M. Shumaker, J. Garrett. Latin A new Latin club was started under the supervision of the Latin teacher and advisor Mrs. Mary Cantrell to stimulate an interest in that subiect. First Row: S. Florence, J. Kossin, S. Marrell, S. Boyd, K. Bender, S. Abbott, S. Morris, L. Kemps, P. Baxter, K. Bednarchuk. Second Row: Mrs. Cantrell, S. Luthi, L. Razem, L. Chrysler, S. Summers, P. Pervo, M. Hutchings, J. Hanson, S. Be-ll, L. King Club J. Cause, K. Barr, C. Betor, G. Natterer, R. Milar. Third Row: W Betor, R. Stetler, S. McEwen, J. Clark, P. Hyde, S. Wisniewski, J Lauderwach, S. Funk, M. Pagel, S. Lambert, R. Whiston, L Hoffman, R. Gould, R. Betor. Fourth Row: C. Whitmer, R. Berg D. Pervo, H. Berg, W. Cook, J. Schildt, J. Hale, K. Wilder, K Hoffman, B. Lanning, T. Cowan, D. Baur. Current Events Club The aim of the Current Events Club is to promote better understanding of the world's problems. To further this aim, the club is affiliated with the Cleveland Jr. Council on World Affairs, and members attend programs sponsored by the coun- cil. Also, two members are sent to Washington and the United Nations each spring by the P.T.A. Highlight of the year was the Model United Nations Assembly of which Roger Riffer was the Secretary General, Jr. Current Events First Row: D. Rhodes, L. Chrysler, K. Bed- narchuk, J. Imhoft, M. Sweeney, C. Cal- vitti. Second Row: Miss Chalfant, Advisor, B. Null, M. Miller, P. Baxter, K. Bender, J. Clark, J. Funk, J. Snead, M. Guth Third Row: S. Boyd, J. Chaloupka, B. Nuss D. Colbrunn, P. Maximuke, R. Riffer, L Jurisch, l.. Feitz. 1 First Row: Bob .Nuss, Vice-Presidentp R Riffer. Second Row: J. Snead, M. Miller, B. Null, Presidentf M. Guth, M. Sweeney. Quiz Bee The Quiz Bee is an annual competition between Fairview and other schools in the Southwestern Conference on knowledge of current events. Twelve questions are asked each of the six students in an assembly before the senior high. Last year Fairview was second to Rocky River by two points, 52 to 54. I 5 555 ' ' s l Xw 'ESV' f Junior Red Cross First Row: A. Springborn, J. Haviland, J. Kovach, S. Reed, J. Minderhout, N. Johnson, L. Razem. Second Row: J. Hanson, N. Fetzer, S. Spahr, S. Morrell, C. Stamatis, D. Carroll, F. Marcell, B. Lagai, P. Garrett, S. Roberts, J. Cause, B. Black. By sending things to other countries, hos- pitals, and homes the Junior Red Cross, under the direction of Miss Gibbs, has been living up to their motto of: We earn, we learn, we care, we share: We Serve. Al- though there are no specified times for meet- ing, the Junior Red Cross is always ready to help when and where it is needed. First Row: S. Heege, S. Wisniewski, S. Auerbach, J. Copeland, D. Handlir, N. Bode, S. Kinkelaar, L. Woda. Second Row: G. Manganello, T. Truby, M. Rholf, R. Dattilo, H. Marcum, D. Root, J. lmhoff, J. Leonard, B. Miller. X J F O I C A 0 F.T.A. which serves to help the teachers any way possible and to prepare any of its members for a future career in teaching, consists of all girls and boys in the tenth through twelfth grades who are interested. The group meets on the first and third Thursdays of each month to talk about teaching and to work on service projects, First Row: A. LaNasa, L. Razem, S. Crone, S. Branigin, J. lmhoff. Second Row: J. Bednar, J. Chamberlain, L. Carr, N. Morris, S. Midnight, S. Rademaker. Third Row: F. Mendez, E. Triana, B. Campbell, J. Minderhout, B. Toth, B. Petras, E. Stamatis. First Row: J. Pape, E. Consilio, P. Mancini, B. Laurie, H. Doolittle, S. Brownsberger, J. Wyman, B. Morgan. Second Row: M. Schmid, S. Phillips, L. Heege, M. Scheuer, M. Shumaker, A. Krist, N Larson, S. Dzurec. Third Row: E. Murdock, W. Burris, G. Cassel, L. Jurish, A. Sissman, S. Irwin 5. Abbott, J. Luxford. 1 . +1 4' '90, 'iT 4- 196' Q' 'O . e lim , S - ' ll'W.lA.ol7, 070' fo, V. M.. f Q 'ft' ' 6' C043- Ogye ogy gl 01 2 if Qifec ,jc 6. 4160. ' D 8"o,, O , . 0606 First Row: B. Behlke, C. Marquard, R Noble, J, Wortman, L. Purcell, C. Stama 'tis, J. Trainer. Second Row: T. Razem, P Saarinen, S. Roberts.'J. Doolittle, B. Doller, G. Alderman, N. Fetzer, L. Chrysler Third Row: K. Carr, K. Bednarchuk, R Earl, V. Beran, S. Morrell, S. Boyd, B Besserer, J .Hill. ' A I.. L Clefllf H was elected r -..eu pesidenf, Rick Read, Vice-Presidenf .-.....ce clubs. cmd Jess Hall, Secrefary-Treasurer. Projecfionisf 1 The Audio-Visual Club b f elle' known U5 The Pfoiefffonfsfsf are G. Harker, Vice-Presidenf. Third Row: D. Bueschner, C. Alder- in charge of showing the films. First Row: L. Foighf, B. Frank, man, R- Augesfinel J. Buflockl Rl Read, D. Furnswonhl D. Presidenf, W. Phillips, D. Foyer. Second Row: Mr. Brackney and McDonald, D. Twinning, B. Wagner' Jr., Vice,p,esfdenfi J, Mr. Efzkorn, Advisorsp T. Sarri, J. Chaloupka, D. Bonfempo, Mozenal R. Fon, pl Kepews, K. Schm-d I 1', K. SCOH. 1 6. A. A. In the G.A.A. girls in the ninth through twelfth grades explore and develop their interests in athletics. The Yale-Princeton and Tigers-Bulldogs games are the most anticipated events of the year. Numerals are given at the May banquet for 300 points, letters for 1000 points, and strips for 200 points in addition to the 1000 points. l lx xx fax . ' . XIX .Q ,l .X y X Kixtixtf? V' First Row: J. Chamberlain, Mrs. Meneely. Second Row: H AV if' 1 Doolittle, B. Lagai, S. Crone. x as R W sl r-5' Nlllliizi Elected managers direct the scheduling of competition between the girls who play in the various sports during the school year. This year they were L. Razem, J. Chamberlain, L. Carr, K. Carr, G. Funk, Advisor Mrs. Meneely, P. Loy, S. Morris, S. Branigin, J. lmhoff. L M.- t f' is fs. ' ' 1 f"u..J JCL., is .ef vw- -ff-ff" . H """"'i..J ,J 'G L M-L rw is C L 2 VT' ""W '-'7 fgi? f' 5 'a-.1 M. Officers: L. Carr, J. lmhotf, D. Schraff. Leaders The Leaders' Club aids Mrs. Meneely and Mrs. Demmon in the physical educa- tion department. Members help supervise classes and referee extra-curricular sports after school. The proceeds from the Leaders' sale of "basketball pencils" were used to buy new equipment for the gym. XX x W' X 4, 3.58. KSN X- lx K .mm ,x L I ix, wx, ' hill f Q! X Q lx f ' ? . ff' ' . Leaders are those girls who have earned their 1000 points in G.A.A. They are, First Row: L. Carr, S. Branigan, S. Crone, L. Razem, D. Schraff, N. Morris, S. Radebaker, P. Garrett, J. Imhoff. Second Row: A, Gilchrist, M. Shumcuker, F. Mendez, C. Lengel, E. Stclmatis, Advisor Mrs. Meneely, S. Reed, P. Loy, M. Guth, H. Doolittle. Human Relations A clear understanding of nation-wide problems is the obiect of J. Chamberlain, S. Brownsberger, E. Concilio, S. Midnight, N the Council on Human Relations Club of which Mrs. Helen Le Morris, B. Klag, J. Swayze, P. Loy, J. Wyman. Third Row Pontois is the advisor. First Row: Mrs. Le Pantois, J. Allen, S. H. Doolittle, D. Roberts, R. Reid, F. Albert, J. Taylor, B. Pitman Irwin, J. Clark, J. Kovach, S. Abbott, K. Lunt, S. Vahrenhold. J. Garner, B. Smith, J. Berry, D. Buescher, T. Asad, J. Wyman Second Row: G. Funk, l.. Burke, S. Herman, S. Sutton, N. Stiff, BFGGSI1 Y UGFFSYT W BUl'I'IS M 1 2 , . , . ', . Shu- ' I i maker, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs Oxley V Rhodes , Y R. Marquard, K. Bednarchuk, I.. Grossek. ' -' 1 L Dance Connndtee The dance committee, a group of students chosen by par- ents, organize, plan, and decorate for all our after game dances. Firsf Row: B..Logai, K, Carr, R. Gneuhs, H. Doolittle, A. Krist, Second Row: S. Midnight, B. Gneuhs, N. Morris, B. Kunkle, K. Gneuhs. Third Row: B. Morris, T. Markworth, R. Snyder. ign Changer P.A. Announcer Each morning during home- Y Louise Razem was the sign changer this year. wg.. Book tore The pencil sellers were R. Milar, B. Morgan, C. Becks, S. Spohr, M. Miller, E. Murdock. room period school events were announced over the Public Ad- dress System by Roger Riffer. l if .iii 3' lil .1 k li ' ig! ill: i f if gli 14 1 'ill Hi Flicker tall NU' My X T 926 'A gllllk The editors were H. Doolittle, J. Hanson, B. Scherler, J. Haviland. In addition to the regular English work, the juniors in the iournalism class write, edit, type, and mimeograph the bi-weekly Flicker with Mr. Harry H. Wiggins advising. The Typists were, First Row: S. Brownsberger, l. Kardos, J. Fruehauf, B. Laurie. Second Row: J. Kossin, J. Haviland, D. Branist, D. Marx, T. Reddiss. xnxx , - ,Chiefs , I Editor-ln S ris and Fun? R' .kdlegrganizdllonsl . O 51C0 . ' ng: - l B. Smith, P I bs and Mu Subswpqio k ore. Crane' C U P Ayer, ir vwbof . ' 1 5- vv ' The editori ol 1 end Admlnisirollolrf. jk lmholff Cop B Null, Facuhy G A Gilchrisf, ' Ppmersonl Typing-2 D. Frost, Sponsors. Stomo . or5 hs, Sem I Roger Riffer, Edifor-in-Chief. earbook tall Selling, snapping, snipping, and wiring, directed by the editors, under the super- vision of Mr. Harry H. Wiggins and Mrs. Betty Dawson, produced the 1959 Year- book. The staff aided by members of the senior class organized the materials which comprised these pages. Members of ihe Stuff are, First Row: K. Lun'r, K. Wilson, F. Mendez, M. Miller, L. Ruzem, S. Rademaker, D. Schrauf, D. Moll, B. Black. Second Row: P. Loy, B. Heckman, N. Morris, S. Brunigin, S. Midnight, B. Frank, P. Maximuke, B. Pitman. l Th ctvities of the Chorale Council incluqeu ""f:,v'tlieg Chorale's conceriS, U a I ' - Chorale tion of many years of devoted effort for Dr. Barr. Under his baton the juniors and seniors of this organization were developed into one of the out- standing choruses in this area. Honored by being chosen to be one of twelve choral groups to sing at Severance Hall. The Chorale also performed the "Song of Christmas" and the "Song of America." The spring concert, school assemblies, and various performances before Christmas were other programs presented during the year. The accompanists were Joy Minderhout and Sandra Morris. Next fall Mr. Jerry Bivin will succeed Dr. Barr after having been the assistant director for two years. d the li i : thi complete overseeing ofblhe scieat ofhelcpiriormances. Members urzefalifd :aliv- ' SUD f , ' selecting of the musls domaier Chairmuni K' Wilson' J. Mlxjeihciut Third Row: A- S. 9 9 ' . Barr viso - P Loy P Ayer, , S' Branigan, Dr. I I N, Morris. R RMU SK.Allll:fuer:mKar9 T. Oconnor, B. Kunkle. Dowlm9f ' ' ' ' First Row: E. White, S. Converse, L. Burke, J. Kossin, G. Toddy, S. Crone, A. Krist, S. Brownberger, S.Branigin, P- O'KBefB, E Young, L. Heege, N. Morris, S. Rademaker. Second Row: P Ayer, J. Chamberlain, D. Marx, B.Klag, J. Minderhout, T. Moll, T. Taylor, T. Lamb, D. Kolp, J. Taylor, F. Albert, D Innes, W. Norton, B. Black, D. Roberts, L. Razem, S. Spooner, S. Spahr, K. Wilson, S. Midnight. Third Row: A. Droste, P. Loy, B Campbell, J. Luxford, S. Reed, B. Kovelak, D. Moll, D. Oswald 1 R. Rinyu, B. Klag, R. Osterhouse, B. Pippin, B. Kunkle, D. Petrigan, C. Morgan, D. Newby, S. Abbott, S. Morris, N. Stiff, B. Petras, K. Patterson. Fourth Row: S. Sutton, A. lrwin, S. Vahrenhold, K. Tredway, G. Cassel, D. Doolittle, C. Caplinger R. Riffer, S. Allen, A. McNab, D. Bobincheck, A. Dowling, B. Smith, B. Carlson, T. Markworth, T. Oconnor, K. Stillman, A. Springborn, J. Allen, P. Garrett, E. Stamatis, K. Coffman. 1 The quality of this year's Chorale is the culmina- Choralettes First Row: B. Morrell J. Clark, J. Kovach, J. Garrett, D. Kurt, B. Reith. Second Row: J. Pape, N. Fetzer, M. Schmid, M. Scheuer, E. Consillio, S. Phillips, C. Lengel, Mr. Bivin. Third Row: S. Herman, K. Hennie, P. Barker, M. Mitchell, K. Carr, S. Kisvarclai, C. Becks. . First Row: G. Skulina, D. Neuman, B. Yahraus, M. Stone, L. Block, C. Stamatis, J. Trainer, J. Ward, S Morreli. Second Row: L. Risberg, L. Wohlfield, J. Dalessandro, G. Cameli, Z. Sharkey, C. Innes, B. Doller P. Lakios, S. Roberts, T. Razem. Third Row: B. Besserer, T. Schultz, C. Obert, S. Raclke, A. Waite, K Potter, M. Ressi, N. Lacy, L. Murphey, R. Noble, J. Cause. Fourth Row: D. Bontempo, T. Cowan, N Dowling, B. Meyers, J. Mersfelder, B. Morris, R. Jackson, P. Pace, J. Fabri, R. Martin, S. Midnight J Feierabancl, K. Wilder, B. Lanning, R. Clark, D. Heckman. . Boys' Glee Club Firsf Row: T. Barth, R. Eppler, R. Wilson, D. Karg, P. Guih. Second Row: W. Betor, B. Williams, R. Befor, H. Klein, R. Ritchie. Third Row: B. Gledhill, S. Ayers, S. Poplsiein, B. Braden, M. Oleksuk, B. Null. Girls' Glee Club Firsf Row: K. Barker, M. Galik, M. Sundberg, P. Pervo, K. Bickford, S. Funk, J. Alexander, K. Fisher, M Cartwright. Second Row: R. Frifchman, C. Skinner, S. Auerbach, L. Zirbes, K. Jollie, S. Swank, M. Bohn R. Daitilo, J. Hanson, J. Hakkio, Mr. Bivin. Third Row: J. Campbell, A. Hacker, G. Willard, E. April, N Grulich, J. Lauderbeck, M. Slusni, R. Minor, C. Clark, T. King, D. Schwark, R. Whisfon, J. Schumaker, D Burdick. Fourfh Row: B. Theede, G. Eppich, L. Hoffman, J. Schneider, G. O'Kicki, H. Marcum, K. Albert S. Wisniewski, J. Baker, P. Furman, S. Bell, S. Heege, S. Paulsen 1 is wg' 'Q Q 1 , ,,1. Q! 0 vw sit, wig ,JW f A V ilww ,,,q, f QQ , . .- i .ig . W 5' f c E , L my ,Lf X 9 ig Q s W N ew 4' X , is A ' QS W f ! 'a ' X. Q ,mfs 1995? Concert Band The Senior Concert Band presented two con- certs - one in March and one in May - and played at various school assemblies. By playing the finest music literature, the members learned to appreciate fine music to a higher degree. The band is entirely composed of high school students. First Row: S. Midnight, D. Kolp, L. Burke, S. Abbott, J Bozsin, Wortman, P. Pace, R. Goebelt, B. Berg, S. Lambert, J. Cause H- D00lifTle, D- MCYX, P. Saurinen. Second Row: V. Theis, B. T. Saari, C. Bednarchuk, D. Colbrunn, S. Thompson, G. Mitska Laurie, L Carr, M. Kardiak, S. Herma'n, T. Joy, S. Biermacher, B. McNutt, Fourth Row: S. Spooner, J. Minderhout,4A. Bue R. Nuss, J. Pape, J. Lear, H. Wolf. Third Row: D. Maag, J. sing, D. Huston, J. Biersdorfer, B. Masony, R. Krecow. s- 4 . uv MVA 49' 4' QQ' ' - - '. .4 ,f 4 1 ff 9 2 524-9' V x" ' ' 1 --vu X X y - -hu X gm., 1--L ' 'Q--. -----uni., Firsf Row: N. Feizer, S. Irwin, A. Sissmon, J. Trainer, A. Drosie J. Garreff, T. Oconnor. Second Row: J. Garner, D. Buesher, R. Anderson, N. Woehrmcn, J. Doolittle, R. Gneuhs, G. Ryerson G. Funk, L. Kardos, S. Reed. Third Row: S. Midnight, R. Sch miclf, D. Newby, R. Black, D. Roberts, J. Hull, N. Dowling, D. Poynter, D. Teufel, G. Schaefer, L. Foight, A. Dowling. Fourfh Row: S. Hogelbarger, T. Moll, B. Teufel, D. Moll, F. Schrifz, L. Woda, B. Smith, D. Darabanf. Absenf: L. Murphy, G. Cussel, B. Carlson, T. Taylor. Junior Band X: . This year for the first time the Junior Band pre- xgggj,-A sented two concerts - one in the fall and one in Sf!! 5662. the spring. The band is composed of eighth and BQ: vlQ5 , ninth graders who have been playing an instrument Foxx. X for one or two years. It helps the students to learn 'XA 'QQ X to play with a group and prepares them for Senior 410 XFXQI-X Band. no First Row: K. Kelly, D. Pinkel, L. Dale, C. Merkle, W. Codger, M. Oleksuk, J. Uranberic, B. Land, S. Bredt, B. McNutt, M. Moeller, M. Hutchings. Second Row: D. Thomas, D. Brewster, N. Seighman, N. Basnik, C. Connerth, R. Chizmar, J. Hauser, N. Colbrunn, B. Shannon, W. Brewer, J. Jackson, R. Kish, D. Low, L Wilk, S. Smith, E. Dowling, B. Vahrenhold, D. Handler. Third Row: L. Roberts, S. Berry, C. Meinke, P. Damm, L. Wilder, B. Laflamme, R. Kolp, T. Oconnor', M. Carroll, B. Theis, W. Phillips, H. Bott, R. Wallance, F. Oram, R. Nagy, M. Luce, C. Cook, B. Sloop, J. Fyffe, R. Milar, R. Court, W. Seidler, D. Cassel. Fourth Row: E. Schrag, B. Wolf, J. Humphrey. Y ,A,w:.,r 4414, ff-4,--f-wQ!'.f',' " ',-'- -fx M, A ' MQ ., WHTKMMNTWW k ,Q.g..4- . .cw-Jig rf' 2 .Wwwg K , , V, xwf5w?iigas?f+fi1ff ...A. i f, 1 , ' f ,1 W' QQ ww N" H. A sm ,5 W A v,,- 3,4eLq,.3y -:..y,k K - 4 2 if 'Q . I- ff .wt-. .WA xv . f -' , . .1 -'Aff f , M' ' ns' . 1 nr-NP , ,fi N fa-n ' - 'K ' Q 1 ' 2' 'SKWQ 1-Za' ., " 4, 4. W I Z Egg- ,' , 'J' ,, ' ,f'.M M M 'L-' 46,71 ,.' ,lu ' s 'f 'V 1 Q s V P' 2: 5 'fx f ""'-Y A bs SA ' 'IA 'D Y' no "' 'S ji 4 ,gi Majorettes 5 ooner Sue Midnighr r high-stepping majoretfes ihis year included B. Smith, L. Burke, S, Herman, S. Reed, S. Abbott, S. Irwin Funk. va.-Sify "F" cm, First Row: H. Webber, D. Hosier, D. Oswald, D. Petrigan, B. Kunkle, J. Poplstein, B Gneuhs. Second Row: T. Capone, R. Snyder, R. Michaels, B. Morris, B. Link, G. Hen nings, C. Caplinger, K. Gneuhs, A. Bailey, A. Lasalla, Mr. Campbell. Third Row E. Wilgren, D. Doolittle, B. Heckman, T. Reddish, B. Denne, E. Schmuck, T. Markworth J. Kutner, B. Titmas, T. Oconnor, D. Coticchia. This year, the Letterman's Club has continued its usual service program - ushering at various rallies, and basketball games, and polishing the trophies. The club members held an election and awarded the annual "Most Yaluable Player Award" for the football season to Ken Gneuhs. The members had plenty ot time for fun too, activities such as a hay ride, Letterman-Faculty basketball game, A Hi-Y-Letterman's game, and several other events. The officers are Don Campbell, advisor, B. Kunkle, president, K. Gneuhs, vice-president, T. Oconnor, secretary-treasurer. Varsity Football First Row: D. Petrigan, B. Titmas, B. Kunkle, A. Bailey, B. Heck- man, T. Oconnor, D. Hosier, A. Capone H. Webber. Second Row: R. Michaels, T. Markworth, D. Doolittle, D. Klag, T. Red- ish, D. Kolp, G. Hennings, E. Schmuck, E. Willgren. Third Row: J. Kisvardia, T. Moll, B. Jeans, R. Haebaerle, S. Hockenberry, J. Frethold, C. Caplinger, B. Link, T. Taylor, B. Ayers. Fourth F.H.S. F.H.S. F.H.S F.H.S F.H.S F.H.S F.H.S F.H.S F.H.S N. livingood, D. Campbell, B. Bristow SCORES 1958-1959 12 Berea 12 12 Medina 18 0 Oberlin 6 12 Rocky River 31 7 North Olmsted O 20 Olmsted Falls 16 13 Bay Village 6 0 Westlake 32 12 Bedford 22 Row: D. Beuschner, D. Wilms, J. Toth, B. Meyers, B. Wershing, I. Koriath, J. Whalen, J. Anderson. Fifth Row: B. lanning, B. Hocevor, D. Heckman, J. Feierabend, B. Gneuhs, B. Martin, B. Morris, R. Clark, D. Coticchia. Sixth Row: Head Coach Camp- bell, Asst. Coach Livingood, Asst. Coach Bristow. Not Pictured: K. Gneuhs, A. LaSalla. This year's football team, headed by Coach Don Camp- bell with able assistance in the backfield from Bill Bristow, had one of its more successful seasons with three wins, one tie, and five losses. Despite persistent iniuries - seven to first line players - the team nevertheless outgained their opponents. The War- riors amassed a total of 1500 yards in comparison to their oppositions' 1200 yards. The team was captained by Dave Petrigan with co- captains Ken Gneuhs, Bob Titmas, and Tom Reddish. During the year Ken Gneuhs was selected to the News Dream Team. At the conclusion of the season he and Hugh Webber were named to the Southwestern Conference all- star team, Bill Kunkle received honorable mention. T. Reddish, D. Petrigan, B. Titmas. Not Pictured: K. Gneuhs. ,S . 5 FK? M .., i y y -5-4 -if E ss r l g s ..... Q s J .C A . g S ,E ,, rss- ' 1 Sf." 5 i' . sw-.,'. Dick Hosier F ullback U . Tom Ma I-kwa rfh Rlck Mnchqels Halfback HGlfbUCk Hugh Webber End A, Tom Oconnor Don Klcg End Bob Tifmus Tackle Quarierback Dove Pefrigcn Ken Gneuhs Guard Bill Kunkle Guard C enfer Ed Sch m uck Tackle Donna Frost Nancy Moms ' Pah 7 ,lk . Eg i Loy 'F S 'Some Enchanted Evening - - - " This is football? Football Homecoming Donna Frost, this year's queen at football home- coming, and her attendants, Patti Loy and Nancy Morris, were escorted by Captain Dave Petrigan and Co-captains Bob Titmas and Ken Gneuhs. "l could have danced all night". 'il E Ken G n e u h s Guard. All Con- Hugh W e b b e r, fe r e n c e News End. All Conter Dream Team, and ence. Player of the Year award. Tom Oconnor, Quarterback. Junior All- Star Award. First Row: E. Weedey, M. Tando, R. Null, W. Betor, C. Whitmer, G. Weske, F. Voth, R. Todoran. Second Row: W. Braden, P. Rutti, R. Wilson, F. Oram, l.. Keller, T. Gilchrist, M. Oldksuk, J. Edgerton. Third Row: R. Betor, R. Thomas, D. Papp, D. Karg, J. Hauser, R. Braun, H. Hank, W. Brewer. Fourth Row: D. Twining, N Manager, J. Cole, S. Ayers, Captain, B. Wagner, Manager. 3 Freshman Football ln his first year of coaching for Fairview, Mr. Ned Livengood guided the freshman football team through their best season in two years, concluding with a record of tour wins, one loss, and one tie. Freshman Football 1958 Record Coach, Ned Livengood F.H.S. 6 West 6 , F.H.S. 14 Rocky River 6 F.H.S. 6 North Olmsted 22 F.H.S. 18 Olmsted Falls 12 F.H.S. 16 Bay Village 8 F.H.S. 16 Westlake 6 D P Q A N T N T A I GINGER Cheerleaders Headed by bouncing Patti Loy, this year's cheerleaders in their colorful new uniforms of red and grey kept up the school's spirit by arranging rallies ancl inspiring enthusiasm at the games. SANDY S A N D Y J U D Y Basketball SEASON RECORD F.H.S. 54 John Marshall 64 F.H.S. 37 Medina 52 F.H.S. 39 Rocky River 47 F.H.S. 50 Olmsted Falls 54 F.H.S. 58 Westlake 67 F.H.S. 53 Oberlin 64 F.H.S. 68 Strongsville 51 F.H.S. 49 Westlake 63 F.H.S. 51 Bay 65 F.H.S. 66 North Olmsted 75 , F.H.S. 57 Medina 70 l F.H.S. 58 Rocky River 67 Coach, Robert Rudes F.H.S. 50 Olmsted Falls 46 F.H.S. 56 Westlake 66 The Warriors, after a slow heartbreaking be- F,H,S, 54 Oberlin 49 ginning, finished the season much improved. Coach- F.H.S. 57 Bay 63 ed by Mr. Rudes, the team placed second in the F,H,S, 49 Norfh Olmsfed Strongsville Holiday Tournament and participated in F.H.S. 56 Brooklyn 44 the Berea Tournament. F,H,5, 55 Bay 80 At season's end Ray Snyder was chosen for All-Southwestern Conference team. Left to Right: T. Markworth, R. Popp, T Oconnor, R. Sherler, R. Snyder, E. Willgren, B, Titmas, B. Denne, E. Schmuck. Center: B. Myers, R. Krecow. ig L, 5. Y A f M' N , 2 1 vw ' AF ' L-A' Q I f x A -I Ffa Ji 2' 5 y if 'S M 1 1 X 'S' KN 4 fW"'!g '-W The Basketball Queen And Her Court " T0ddY Lu Carr Co Basketball "The Grand March" The lights were turned low, the carpet was rolled out, the band played, and then the queen stepped out. Escorted to Tom Oconner, Lu Carr, began her reign as Basketball queen for T958-59. The queen's attendants were Ginger Toddy and Kathy Lunt, who were escorted by Roger Papp and Ed Schmuck. Homecoming "Magic Moments" A Where's Roger? Junior Varsity The Junior Varsity team completed an excellent season with ten wins and four losses under the first-year coaching of Mr. William Bristow. Composed of eight sophomores and three iuniors, the J.V. squad tied neighbor- ing North Olmsted for first place in the conference. At season's end sophomore forward Andy Lasalle represented the school in the Cleveland Press Foul Shoot- ing Contest. F.H.S F.H.S F.H.S F.H.S. John Marshall F.H.S. Medina F.H.S Rocky River F.H.S. Olmsted Falls F.H.S Westlake F.H.S Oberlin F.H.S Bay North Olmsted Medina Rocky River F.H.S Olmsted Falls F.H.S Westlake Left to Right: B. Cook, T. Reddish, D. Bruce, K. Hoffman, J. Feierabend, B, Gneuhs, A. Lasalla, R. Michaels, F-H-3 Oberlin B. Wershing, B. Martyn, J. Kutner. F'H'S' BUY F.H.S 1 I l'I'6SlliTl2lfl North Olmsted The members of the freshman team were M Oleksuk R Thomas J Edgerton T Barth S Ayers R Todor an B Brewer R Ness E Daley P Ruttl T Poplstem B Campbell D Talman M Edstrom P Guth D Popp Mr Livengood Coach : . , . , . , . , . , . - , . , . , - 1 - I - , - I - , - 1 - I - , . , . First Row: N. Fritchman, H. Webber, T. Morkworth, E. Schmuck, B. Denne, J. Kutner. Second Row: D. Bruce, T. Oconnor, R. Michaels, B. Karg, B. Kunkle, K. Gneuhs, D. Pervo, J. Poplestein, B. Marti, B. Cook. Third Row: G. Fosnaugh, D. Heckman, J. Walen, D. Wilms, J. Dish, H. Builder, A. Bailey, B. Link. The track team under the coaching of Mr. Lord, since the first 0,37 9l7,,Q N9 felis . 6? fine fl o9,,,q0, 70,6 k . Occ' Gael, n '79 of February looked forward to the River Relays, the Berea Relays, and the Conference Meet. Last year five boys qualified to compete in the State meet at Columbus- the mile relay com- posed of Bob Ross, Norm Fritchman, Tom Oconnor, and Hugh Webber and broadiumper, Tom Markworth. 15569 . 4411.6 Gel E U1 0,-hy o,,6 opfssft, . I .536 muck ' a For the second consecu- tive year, . the Fairview Junior High Warriors, coach- ed by William Bristow, cap- tured the conference truck Freshman Track and field championship. During the season, the team set six new records. John Kutner was the out- standing participant, scoring 160 points and setting four of the records. vxvklf 5. seo C B. COW: ws we Yugi Row: R. sed' Golf For the first time in the school's history, a golf team represented Fairview in league action. Previously the team's only compe- tition was at various meets with other schools. P-' Sw XXI Sho ne' ' mvi' "1 w'9""' C. Bowling The varsity bowling team captained by Chuck Morgan, placed first in the Fairview Recreation League and sixth place in the News interscholastic league. The team is in its third year of competition. J. Bierstorfer, C. Morgan, A. Stumpf, B. Kunkle. Not Pictured B. Titmas. Gymnastics Led by Bob Pitman and Ernie Wilgren, the gymnastics team practiced three mornings a week at acrobatics and on the apparatus. Pictured are, First Row: B. Pitman, J. Hostal, E. Wilgren. Second Row: H. Builder, B. Lunt, D. Walsh, J. Disch, J. Dickey. quare Dancing . . . One ofthe many activities in our phys- ical education program . . . G.A.A. Basketball From February to March G.A.A. members com- peted in basketball games after school in order to win points to earn a letter. Basketball Champs Champions ot the boys' intramural league with a ten win and one loss record were, First Row: Dave Wen- zel, Terry Lamb, Bill Teutel. Second Row: Coach Tom Oconnor, Bob Heckman, .lay Swayze, Joe Popl- stein, Bill Smith. Intramural Basketball During the basketball season intramural games were played between various teams representing the different classes. E A 5. 1 2 2 Q Q 5 2 5 i Fairview scores another first down. E S Si E 2 fx E "For service above and beyond the call of duty." 4 i ii 1 x 1 J! Really now, if couldn't have been that badl Ticket Please' And furthermore Busy' Busy DUY "Deck the Halls Get your program herel Yea, feqm ? "Mum's the word." "A penny for your thoughts." "Fight teoml Fightl High ambitions. X, rl . fx 94 K -1, .X ,. 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Herlost Vlcki Hibblns Clare Hagling George Hudak Jack Humphrey John Jackson Elaine Japely Roberl Johnson Dawn Kelsik Gary Kirkwood James Kisvardai Roger Kolp Diana Kondrek Frank Kovesdy James Krauss Charles Laflamme George Larsen James Leonard Judith Liedtke Larry Loesch Darlene Low Neil Mackey John Maclaurin Geraldine Mart Bonnie McNutt Carolee Meinke Charlene Merkle Kristin Mersielder Phyllis Minderhout Thomas Mladonicky Marilyn Moeller James Moloney Craig Moon Terry Moore Pierce Moutoux Linda Muranko Robert Nagy Carol Neely Robert Neitzel William Nest Abraham Newman Susan Nicholas David Nicol Tana Nintcheff Lloyd Noss Earnest O'Connar Suzanne Oswald Carole Peeples Raymond Perrault Neal Phillip William Phillips James Piazza David Pitman Kenneth Plavan Jon Polyak Dennis Radke Beverly Reitzman Susan Ress Sondra Rhodes Sondra Rieth Virginia Rodes Mark Rose Robert Ross Tam Ross Kristi Ruppelt Karen Schaedel Janet Scharer Earl Schrog Thomas Schroth Robert Schwenk John Scott Sidney Scott William Seidler Nancy Seighman Robert Shannon Pamello Smiths Sharon Smith Elaine Snelling Robert Snider Lawrence Sorg Konrad Speidel Marilyn Stains Janet Standen Ronald Stebbins Judean Sterling Tom Stillman Dale Stitt Margaret Stone John Streza James Sutton Judith Thomas Russell Thomas James Tipka John Troche Thomas Truby Kathleen Uschelbec Elizabeth Vahrenhold Charles Vcelker James Vranderic Roy Wagner Robert Walker Roger Wallace Timothy Walton Robert Weber Harriett Weisenberger Sandra Wershing Lynne Wild Lloyd Wilder Harley Wiltshire Elizabeth Winyard William Wolf Antal Zaborszky John Zeager Patricia Zimmerman Camera Shy William Brantly Through the winter months there was dancing in the assembly room for the Junior high pupils cluring their lunch hour. The people in charge were Don Buescher, Dave Twining, Mr. Campbell, and Bruce Wagner. Kay Albert Jane Alexander Eileen April Sally Auerbach Ronald Augustine Scott Ayers Jacelyn Bailey Joan Baker Jay Ballinger Kay Barker Theodore Barth Susan Basnik Susan Bell Susan Berry Richard Betor William Betor Victoria Bettendorf Ernest Biacsi Kathleen Bickford Susan Bishop Margaret Blakeslee Monica Bohn Harvey Bott William Braden Wilbur Brewer Donna Brewster Thomas Broker David Bronclos Donna Burdick June Campbell Robert Campbell Marsha Cartwright Claudia Clark Carol Cofall Ronald Coleman Clarence Cook Brian Coss linda Dale Edward Daley Ruth Dattils MaryAnn Durante James Edgerton Michael Edstrom Craig Eilmann John Ekin Nancy Endsley Geraldine Eppich Ronald Eppler Karen Fisher Shirlee Frei Lloyd Fritchman Roberta Fritchman Susan Funk Patricia Furman Jack Fyffe Stanley Gabriel Millicent Galik Erdine Gallowitz James Gedeon Elaine Geist Terry George Patricia Giebel Thomas Gilchrist Robert Gledhill John Gole Paul Gorman Robert Gould Linda Graves Norma Grulich Peter Guth Alyce Hacker Carol Hahn " L A M we ,... 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Ng . , r James Disch Bonnie Doller Joan Doolittle Neil Dowling Richard Droste Daniel Dusek David Dusek Ruth Earl Jahn Fabri Jerry Feierabend Nancy Fetzer Delbert Fischbach Richard Fott Robert Galloway Janet Garrett Robert Gneuhs Ruth Gneuhs Richard Goebelt Lynn Grosseck Ronald Grunau James Gruss Dorothy Hall Jesse Hall Robert Hansen George Harker Douglas Harrington Creighton Hauch David Heckman Geraldine Alderman James Anderson David Antalec Kathryn Barr Richard Bartos Don Baur Margaret Baxter Kathryn Bednarchuk Beverly Behlke Kathryn Bender Virginia Beran Robert Berg Barbara Besserer Carol Betor Lillian Black David Bontempo Susan Boyd David Bruce Harry Builder Christine Calvitti Gloria Cameli Kay Carr Joan Cause James Chaloupka Nancy Childs Linda Chrysler Cynthia Clark Richard Clark Anita Clements William Cook David Coticchia Thomas Cowan Linda Criswell George Culbertson Howard Culver George Daina Janet Dalessandro Ronald Decker Darlene Delaney Donna Deubel James Dickey Diane Dietes Robert Hocevar Kenneth Hoffman Daniel Huston Patricia Hyde John ller Lorene Imburgia Carol Innes Bonnie Jackson Linda Jacobson Jean Jelenic Juanita Johnson Nancy Johnson Clyde Karrenbauer Nancy Kelly James Kettel Catherine King Craig Kirkwood Susan Kisvardai Robert Krecow John Kutner Nina lacy Penelope Lalcios Sally Lambert Robert Lanning Andrew laSalla Gary link William Lunt Sandra Luthi Richard Maag Camille Marquard Robert Martin Brian Masony Victoria Mattson Mary McDonnell Samuel McEwen James Mersfelder James Metzger Bruce Meyers Lyle Michaud Stanley Midnight Malinda Miller James Miz Frank Moeller Robert Moore Sandra Morrell Robert Morris Donald Morrison James Mozena Henry Muranko Laurel Murphy Gail Natterer William Neuman linda Newman Joseph Nicholas Ronilee Noble Jean Norton Cheryl Obert Powers Pace William Palacio Ronald Pierson Kathleen Potter larraine Purcell Ronald Racligan Sharon Radke Theresa Razem Mary Ress Linda Risberg Martin Risberg Sandra Roberts Thomas Saari M gl . 5' -..', - - -V V We er l 'tsl it iw t f-rt We K ,wg W , , , 3 J, ..,,, .,1:. if t,r ,, :.,: , t..:5 E rx . ff .-:s,,', . ., ,. -9, .,,, .- ,,,-,.t:,..t,i:,,,,m.t.-- J, st rn W tl ,,t- 5' it 'im-2 1 ' 5 1 'll ' 51' c F35 4- We 1 - ., f Patricia Saarinen Gary Schaeier Ronald Schatmeyer Carolyn Schultz 4' . - .Y M . we - - ,meat ,--f f K f L X ,3 9 . f il Z gi, 145- 'via --v ii ' - V, 7: If iz 1 ' Ingrid Schultz Howard Schwartz Walter Senetra Zoetsa Sharkey , ,V ' David Skinner 2 Gail Skulina John Somerville James Spangler Constance Sfamatis if Ronald Stetler M M' W z..1ss.,.1 , , -gpm , .. ,t i' -7 , :ff:,.es:,,--iM MZ? -V in Mary Stone John Strohmenger Dailid Teufel Gerald Thomas Sharon Thomson John Toth Joanna Trainer Charles Turner Donald Voth Arlene Waite Winiired Walker Daniel Walsh Janet Ward Robert Watson Gary Wiedwald Michael Wild Kenneth Wilder David Wilms Fred Winyard Lawrence Wada Nancy Woehrman Lorene Wohlfielcl Henry Wolf Jan Wortman Barbara Yahraus James Zeager Camera Shy Ronald Dale Judith Hill Richard Jackson Joseph Kovescly William Marossy ophomore Officers First accomplishments w e r e made by the T83 sophomores when they chose navy and white as their class colors. A second highlight was their party, " The Rubbish Romp." The sophomores are acl- vised by Mr. Campbell and led by Jan Wortman, secretary: Richard Clark, presiclentp Donna Deubel, vice-president, and Bob Morris, treasurer. Sandra Abboh Raberf Ackerman Don Albert Ralph Anderson Thomas Asad 'Byron Ayers V Betty Bain ilu Balla Carol Becks John Berry Kathleen Berry Stella Biermacher John Biersclarfer John Blair Dennis Bobincheck Ralph Bolger Judith Bozsin Gene Braig Diane Branisf Susan Brownsberger Elizabeth Brum Richard Buescher Arthur Buesing Sherry Burdick lynda Burke Steven Burns Wanda Burris Craig Caplinger David Carroll Kay Cash .fGretchen Cassel Joyce Clark Donn Colbrunn Charles Coleman Elaine Consilio ,Sandra Converse Carolyn Cooke Marilyn Culler Stephen Demko Bruce Denne Karen DeTraw Donald Dooliltle fHelen Doolittle James Dresser Jacqueline Dzurec Barbara Eble Eileen Engslli V Joan Eppich Linda Feitz Alfred Feldner onald Fischbach Susan Florence Robert Frank Jan Fretthold Joanne Fruehauf Glenn Fuller Gretchen Funk -hone? 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X L , A 4 si 4 f . ez, QW? . l zz fi Raymond Hirsch Sfeven Hockenberry William Hyland David Innes Alison Irwin Charles Jackson William Jeans ifTamara Joy j Marcia Kardiak Linda Kardos .fAdrienne Kaser Louis Jurisch Sandra Kabasan Jon Kalmbach !Linda Kemp Sandra King Thomas Kish Joseph Kisvardai fDonald Klag Carol Koerner Donald Kolp Erwin Koriafh Aacquelyn Kossin Judith Kossin rfRichard Krauss Kennefh Kray Andrea Krisf Diane Kurf JBarbara Lagai Barbara Larsen Nancy Larson dBonnie Laurie Carol Lengel Donald Lenhardf JBruce Link Craig Luce inda Lukes - Judifh Luxford Pairicia Mancini Fred Marcell homas Markworth A Dianne Marx John Maifhews Kenneth McCullough Henning Mehrens Charles Melching Richard Michaels Roberta Milar Merle Milchell George Miiiska ffheodore Moll Beffy Morgan Barbara Morrell Sandra Morris Gary Mulder Evelyn Murduck xffarole Naiemeier Karen Nelson David Newby Wayne Norton Gary Nuhn Pafricia O'Keefe V Joyce Pape l!Richard Popes Nils Parro Richard Paynier Charles Pervo Richard Pervo Rilo Pfaff Sharon Phillips if Rita Prioletio Sharon Pumphrey Thomas Reddish Sandra Reed Mark Reid Bonnie Riefh Carol Riley Jerry Rinyu John Rothermel Gloria Ryerson Sharon Schaefer Robert Scherler Marilyn Scheuer Margarete Schmid Kenneth Schmidt Edward Schmuck Joanne Schmuck Nancy Schurr Kent Scott Jlinda Shedelbower Maryalys Shumaker bby Sissman inda Sloop Barbara Smith "' Aanet Snead 'Q V .' Raymond Snyder Irene Spak . xiii 'Wir' Arla Springborn Q., Barbara Stains J Karen Stillman Susan Streeter " fliiifiei Barbara Swank "" s- ' ' Timothy Taylor I Glen Te rbeek Vivien Thies an if be-1 Jean Thomas Raymond Volan Karen Tredway 2 -5: 'U James Ward John Weber W' Michael Weldon "" F 71, oily? sh, ,' 1 .AX V W R it . . 'P' Robert Wershing an ? Jerome Whalen . 7, 2, if 251,94 Emily white Rich d w' d ld f ar ie wa ,W fg Ernest Willgren T Fred Williams Qf? 1 Y .l ij is Donald Wilms A A James Wyman - F JOYCO Wyman Evelyn vo-mg 'iii 'W Camera Shy Anthony Capone Margaret Coppola Lynn Delaney Theodore Masaitis Ralph Metzger George Slogar Nancy Steninger David Stitl Junior Officers The 201 strong Junior Class were advised by Mr. Hayes Elliott. The Junior Class sported their new fancy, blue and white class jackets this year. Proiects of the class were the Junior party, the Junior- Senior game, and the Junior picnic. Kg w ife, sr as 1 Left to Right: Dianne Marx VicePres:dent Richard Pervo President Charles Pervo Treasurer Karen Tredway, Secretary ia 'Q Jw Class The Class of '59 stepped forth with pride and anticipation in September, 1946, to begin kindergarten. Along the trail of learning we found new and interesting experiences in Safety Patrol, school carnivals, recreational athletic programs, Christmas festivities, marble tournaments and. those first agoni- zing dancing lessons. In the fall of 1953, we stepped forth again into a new and different area of education, again with pride and anticipa- tionf but this time there was also fear and trepidation for we moved from our elementary schools to FAIRVIEW HIGHI As seventh grade members we found many new and exciting exper- iences. We moved about the building from class to class, strug- gled valiantly with lockers, adjusted to a schedule of home- work, elected our representatives to Student Council, danced in the assembly room during lunch hour, boasted about our athletic teams and graduated from "arithmetic" to "math." Moving along to the eighth grade, we experienced our first inter-school athletic competition, joined the ninth grade in school dances and appeared in the band and orchestra concerts. Our freshman year added many pleasant memories as we worked together on our spectacular "Hawaiian Night" danc'e and our Valentine party when Hugh Webber and .loan Allen reigned as king and queen. With Mr. Bristow as our coach, our freshman football and basketball teams had fine records and climaxed the year by defeating the sophomores in school track meet. There seemed to be something about our sophomore year that made us feel rather more important to our school. Perhaps it was because we elected our first class officers with Tom O'Connor as president, Dave Petrigan as vice-president, and Karen Wilson and Bill Kunkle as secretary and treasurer respec- tively. We became "joiners" and held memberships in the Spanish Club, the Choralettes, the Singers, the school bands and orchestras, the Current Events Club, Human Relations Club, F.T.A., Boosters, Friendship Club, G.A.A., and several of the fellows were eligible for Letterman's Club. The sophomore football te-am coached by Mr. Alexander was undefeated. Mr. and Mrs. Scanlon directed the plays presented by the sopho- mores in November. Our "Roaring Twenties" party was the big social event of the year. When our charcoal gray and white jackets arrived on an exceptionally warm fall day, we were definitely the "hottest" class in school. Second place- in the inter-class track meet, beaten only by the seniors, gave us Senior Officers The "beatnik" theme was perfect for the senior class party: it joined the rockets in orbit. Many projects were in line for the year-rings, Junior-Senior game, Senior Prom, and a picnic. The 137 gray-clad seniors were advised by Charles Brackney and directed by Ken Gneuhs, treasurerp Dave Petrigan, vice-president: Karen Wil. son, secretary: and Bill Kunkle, president, History cause for celebration at a year-end picnic at Geauga lake. Our junior year at FHS was crowded with many interest- ing and exciting events. We were identified by our class jackets and early in the spring our class rings arrived. Our football team fought bravely but not too well, but we were proud to have Bob Titmas listed on the All-Conference team. The basketball team fared better. As the Junior Jivers, we gave the seniors a real battle only to lose by two points in the annual Junior-Senior game-. Our class officers were Bill Kunkle, president: Dave Petrigan, vice-presidentp Karen Wilson, secre- tary: and Sue Branigin, treasurer. Sue Spooner and Sue Mid- night joined the majorettesp Donna Frost, Ginger Toddy, and Patti l.oy became cheerleaders. The new Science Club attract- ed many of our class, and junior boys also became eligible for membership in Hi-Y. Some of the girls earned enough credits to become Leaders and the junior journalism classes published the Flicker. Pat Garrett was elected president of the Student Coun- cil. The juniors entertained the seniors in May at a banquet- "Hawaiian Holiday." The year ended with a win in the inter- class track meet and a fine showing in the Ohio State meet. At the last, the Senior Prom and Post-prom provided us with many pleasant and happy memories. It was hard to believe that September, 1958, would begin our last year at FHS. Re-electing our president, vice-president, and secretary, we added Ken Gneuhs to the executive committee as treasurer. Seniors were well represented in the Stagecraft- er productions. Dave Petrigan was captain of the football team which improved somewhat over the last year's record. Ken Gneuhs and Hugh Webber were elected to All-Conference with Bill Kunkle as honorable mention. Ken received the Most Valuable Player Award and he and Bell were chosen as alter- nates in the East-West game. Our football homecoming queen and her attendants were Donna Frost, Nancy Morris, and Patti Loy. The basketball royalty was lu Carr, queen, with Ginger Toddy and Kathy Lunt as attendants. There were many high- lights in our last year at FHS. We won't soon forget our first big term paper, College Board Exams, Wuthering Heights and slide rules, "beatnik" party and the Faculty-Letterman game, editing the yearbook, and planning for the years ahead. 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ROBERTA MAE BAKER "Bobbie" "Courage conquers all things" Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Glee Club 2, Bowling 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Current Events 2, Spanish Club 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Stagecrafters 3, 4. FRANK CARL ALBERT "A grain of manhood" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, Senior Current Events 2, Booster Repre- sentative 4, Stagecrafters 3, Science Club-4, Yearbook Staff 4, Human Relations 3, 4. POLLY-DELLA AYER "Music is the speech of an- gels" Student Council 3, Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council Secretory 4, Jr. Sr. Cheerleader 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Stage- cratters 3, 4, Program Chair- man 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Cir- culation Manager 4. STEPHEN JOHN ALLEN "Steve" "Knowledge comes, but wis- dom lingers" Student Council 3, Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Glee Club 2, Varsity Track 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Senior Current Events 2, Stagecratters 3, Science Club 3, 4, Paleology Club 3, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. PAMELA SCOTT BARKER Pam "The charm of the act is the actress" Choralettes 3, 4, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Yale-Princeton 3, Senior Current Events 2, 3, 4, CHARLES RAYMOND ALDERMAN "Herman" "Men of few words are best" Intramurals 3, 4, Proiectionists 3, Lakewood High School 2. ALAN TODD BAILEY MAIN "A good man, and just" Varsity "F" Club 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Spanish Club 3, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Flick- er Staff 3. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4. Q MARY LOU BOEHMER "Where fhere's a will fhere's Cl way" Choralefies 3, Glee Club 2, Bowling 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4. ANTOINETTE BURBACH "Tony" "Skill io do comes of doing" Choralefres 3, Bowling 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Sfage- craflers 3, 4. JUDITH GAIL BEDNAR HBuggZY,, "A smile wifh infenf fo do mischief" Bowling 2, 3, Jr. Sr. Cheer- leaders 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Table Tennis Manager 4, Friend ship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4 Sfogecrafiers 3, 4, Vice-Presi clenf 4, Flicker Sfaff 3. PATRICIA JANE BREWER upatu "Faulfless in her dealings" Bowling 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Current Events 2, Spanish Club 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Sfagecraffers 3, 4. we-, :V-4--:,,',,-U.-ms, , ff f, ., . . -f f SUSAN ANNE BRANIGIN usual, "l shall laugh myself fo dealh" Sludenf Council Campaign Manager 3, Class Treasurer 3, Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Glee Club 2, Bowling 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Volleyball Manager 4, Leaders 4, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Secreiary 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Stagecraff- ers 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Year- book Staff 4. CAROLE NANCY BURKE "lf a woman has long hair, if's a glory fo her" Choralefies 3, Glee Club 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4. ROBERT CHARLES BLACK HBCU, "Going as if he fred upon eggs" Chorale 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Junior Red Cross 4, Stage- craffers 4, Flicker Staff 3. JAMES ALBERT BULLOCK llJimll "A lifile work, o liHle play" Inframurals 2, 3, 4, Proiecfion- isis 2, 3, 4. BILLY CLAYTON CARLSON "BiII" "The understanding to direct" Student Council 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 4, Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, President 2, Marching Band 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 4, Varsity "F" Club 3, 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Track 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Bowling 2, Rotary Speech Con- test 4, Dance Committee 2, Flicker Staff 3. MARGIE LOUISE COSS "Marge" "A wise woman looks to the companionship of books" G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4. THOMAS PATRICK BURNS U-I-omit "His strength is to sit stilI" JEANENE CHAMBERLAI N LU ELLA CARR. "Suspense in news is torture" Student Council 2, 4, Chorale 4, Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Vice-President 2, Marching Band 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Bowl- ang 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, vice- President 3, Manager 2, 4, leaders 4, Vice-President 4, Dance Committee 2, 4, Spanish Club 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, Program Chairman 4, F.T.A. 2, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3. BARBARA JEAN CAMPBELL usarbu "Swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath" Chorale 4, Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Friend- ship 4, Membership Chairman 4, F.T.A. 2, 9, 4. ffmnnyn "I will be heard" Chorale 4, Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Bowling 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Manager 3, 4, Leaders 4, Cornell-Harvard 3, Army-Navy 2, Dance Committee 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. JMHEN E. MADELEINE MARIE COSTA "A good appearance due to dress" Chorale 3, 4, Choralettes 2, Friendship 2, 3. KAREN ELAINE COFFMAN "Sweet beyond comparison" Chorale 4, Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Stagecratters 3, 4. - ':ii5Nfi4Z', RICHARD MICHAEL DARABANT "Dick" "I'll find a way" Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Band Council 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2. DAVID CRAIG FARNSWORTH nocven "Where there's life, there's ll hope Concert Bond 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Proiectionists 3, John Mor- shall High School 2. SYDNA WASSER CRONE llsydll "Merit wins the soul" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Bowl- ing 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Record- ing Secretary 4, Leaders 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. ALAN CHARLES DOWLING IIAIII "Keep a stiff upper lip" Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Glee Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, RONALD MATTHEW DI ETES ukonn "Rolling stones gather no moss" GEORGE BENTON DALE "I have been here before" Marching Band 2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3. ANN DROSTE "Patience is a useful virtue" Chorale 4, Choralettes 3, March- ing Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Bowling 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Cur- Dance Band 3, 4, Band Council 4, Varsity Track 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Flicker Staff 3. THOMAS STEPHEN FAUS "Tom" "ldly lounging in the wings" Varsity Footfall 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Booster Representative 4. rent Events 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Stagecratters 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. ,l LLOYD STANLEY FOIGHT HRed,f "A powerful agent is the right word" Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, Varsity Track 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Library Page 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Stagecrafters 2, 3, Pro- iectionists 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Flicker Staff 3. PATRICIA MC ELEVAIN GARRETT npaiu "All is not gold that glistens" Student Council 3, 4, President 4, Chorale 4, Choralettes 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Leaders 4, Yale -Princeton 3, Library Page 4, Booster Representative 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. NORMAN FRANCIS FRITCHMAN "Norm" "Merrily, merrily shall l live" Varsity Track 3, 4. - ANITA EDNA GILCHRIST "Sober, steadfast, and de- mure" G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Leaders 4, Friendship 2, 3, '4, Stagecrafters 3, Yearbook Staff Art Editor 4. GARY FRANK FOSNAUGH "Size is not grandeur" Varsity Track 3, 4, Intramuras 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3. JUDITH ELLEN GEIGER lljudill "Never say more thgn is necessary" Bowling 4, Parma High School 2. DONNA LOU FROST "Good things, when short, are twice as good" Glee Club 2, Marching Band 2, Cheerleaders 3, 4, Bowling 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, Senior Current Events 2, Booster Representative 3, 4, Friendship 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. KENNETH WILLIAM GN EUHS nKenu "I would rather 'be right than be President" Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4, Student Council Campaign Manager 3, Class Officer 4, Varsity "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, Jr. Sr. Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Dance Committee 2, 4, Yearbook 4. ROBERT FRANCIS HEC KMAN usobn "I love a broad margin to my life" Student Council 2, Varsity "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, J. V. Basketball 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Basketball 4, Hi-Y 4, Booster Representative 2, 4. ARTHUR WALTER HUBBELI. UAW, "Facts are stubborn things" MARY ELAINE GUTH "She's a very humble person" G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Leaders 4, Senior Current Events 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Service Chairman 4, Stagecraft- ers 3, 4, Flicker Staff RICHARD JOHN HOSIER "Dick" "A man who qualifies" Varsity "F" Club 2, 3, 4: Var- sity Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 03, 4, Jr. Sr. Basketball 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. f fi., -W -.,,I,., f. ..,.s.,,W,....: KAREN LEE HELLRIEGEL "She danced along the days" Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Current Events 2, 3, Booster Representa- tive 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3. JUDITH ANN IMHOFF 11-judyu "Strength and dignity are her dress" Bowling 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, 4, Leaders 3, 4, President 4, Yale-Princeton 2, 3, Cornell-Harvard 2, 3, Army- Navy 2, Senior Current Events 2, 3 ,4, Junior Red Cross 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. RONALD JOHN HANSON llkonu "New friends are like silver" East High, Duluth, Minnesota. JOHN AN DRES HOSTAL njacku "The longer we know him, the better we like him" Hi-Y 4, St. Edward High School 2, 3. JOHN CHARLES JEWlTT "Jack" "I find all books too long" Intramurals 3, North Olmsted High School 2. JOAN MARIE KOVACH "Joannie" "The time to be happy is now" Choralettes 4, Glee Club 3, Jr. Sr. Cheerleaders 3, 4, G.A.A. 2 3, 4, Booster Representative 3, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Friend ship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Stage Crafters 3, 4. ROY ALLAN IMHOFF IIAIH "Hope for the best" Intramurals 2. DELLBURT KENDRICK KITZEL lIDeHH "I am never in a hurry" Varsity Track 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Booster Representa- tive 4, Spanish Club 2. WILLIAM RUSSELL KARG ffsanf' "l' am constant as the northern star" Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Glee Club 2, Varsity Football 2, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, Hi-Y 4, Booster Rep- resentative 4, Stagecrafters 3. ROBERT THOMAS KOVALAK "Bob" "My mind is gay" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Varsity Track 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Bowling 2, Stagecratters 4. ELLEN ANN JENKINS "Variety's the spice ot life" Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Marching Band 2, Concert Band 2, Bowling 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Booster Representative 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Stage- crafters 3, 4. BARBARA ANNE KLAG llBcbsll "She talks of many things" Chorale 4, Glee Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3. TORRANCE KINSMAN LAMB IITerryII "Seize the day" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. ROSEMARY LEONARD "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart" Glee Club 2, Bowling 2, 3g G.A.A. 2. 3, 4, Library Page 27 Booster Representative 3, 4, Jun- ior Red Cross 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Flick- er Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. RALPH KUNDTZ "He has a passion for hunt- ing" Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 4. DAVID BRUCE LANNING "Dave" "A man polished through speech" Student Council 47 Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Stagecrotters 3, 47 Flicker Staff 3. ANGELINE LANASA "Angie" "Excellence is the perfect excuse" Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Bowling 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Jun- ior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friend- ship 2y F.T.A. 2, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. RAYMOND DASSLE LILJEBERG IIRGYII "Gentleness succeeds better than violence" Chorale 3: Glee Club 2. WILLIAM JOSEPH KUNKLE "Bill" "Let us now praise famous men" Student Council 2, Student Coun- cil Campaign Manager 3, Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3, 4: Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Varsity "F" Club 3, 4, President 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, Rotary Speech Contest 47 Stagecrafters 3, 4, Vice-President -3, Yearbook Staff 4. JOAN MARIE LEAR "Joannie" "A friend in need is a friend in deed" Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 47 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, Stage- crafters 45 Flicker Staff 3. KATHLEEN MARIE LUNT "Kathie" "The girl is full of pleasure" Chorale 3, Glee- Club 2, Bowl- ing 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Lead- ers 4, Cornell- Harvard 3, Booster Representative 3, Dance Committee 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Year- book Staff 4. WILLIAM ROBERT MC NUTT NBHIH "I am as sober as a fudge" Glee Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN LOY "Patti" "It's good to be merry and wise" Student Council 2, Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Glee Club 2, Secretary 2, Cheerleaders 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 4, G.A. A. 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, 4, Leaders 4, Booster Represent- ative 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, Spanish Club 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Stagecrafters 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. LOIS ANN LYNER "I am not amused" Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrutters 2, 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3. RICHARD KARL LUCAS "Dick" "Every man for himself" Intramurals 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, Span ish Club 2, JAMES EARL MC KINSTRY "Jim" "True courage goes with- out witness" Science Club 3, 4. ROSEMARY ANN MARQUARD ,IRoeH "Modesty is a woman's vir- tue" Friendship 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Magnificat High School 2. JOHN ALAN MC NAB "AI "Let us be up and doing" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Intramurals 2, Bowling 2. SUSAN ANNE MIDNIGHT X usuen "A witty woman is a treas- I ll ure Chorale 3, 4, Choralettes 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Con' cert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Maiorettes 2, 3, 4, Head Maiorette 4, Band Council 3, Bowling 2: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Booster Representative 2, Dance Committee 2, Spanish Club 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4: F-T-A- 2, 3: Stagecrafters 4, Flicker Staff 3. CHARLES LARRY MORGAN "Chuck" "Wisdom is the highest achievement of man" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4. PAUL PETER MAXIMUKE 11Max1l "Words of truth and sober- ness" Football Manager 2, 3, Var- sity Track 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Senior Current Events 3, 4, Stagecraft- ers 3, 4, Science Club 4, Flicker Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. JOY REN EE MINDERHOUT "She makes music where- ever she goes" Student Council 2, Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Glee Club, Treasurer 2, Marching Band 4, Concert Band 4, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3,, 4, F.T.A. 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. MARGERY ANN MILLER "Margie" "A wise and understand- Mg heart" G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Current Events 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, F.T.A. 2, Yearbook Staff 4. NANCY ALLISON MORRIS "Life is not life without delight" Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Choralettes 2, Bowling 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Leaders 4, Dance Committee 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4, F. T.A. 2, 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. FELICIA MENDEZ uneon "A daily beauty in her iife" Jr. Sr. Cheerleaders 3, 4, G. A,A. 2, 3, 4, Booster Repre- sentative 2, Spanish Club, Vice- Presiclent 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Flicker Staff 3. DARRELL THEODORR MOLL "Over the world I wander" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, 4, Intramurals 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN NULL "Barb" "Exceedingly well read" Senior Current Events 2, 3, 4, President 4, Quiz Bee 3, Span- ish Club, Secretary 2, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Secretary 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. DONALD GRAHM OSWALD "Ozzie" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Varsity "F" Club 3, 4, Varsity Football 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. NANCY JEAN NEUMAN "She is neat, not gaudy" Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, President of Senior Chapter 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4. THOMAS EDMUND O'CONNOR "Be strong and of good courage" Class officer 2, Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Varsity "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Track 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Flicker Staff 3. JAMES MICHAEL NORRIS lljimll "A man of toil and care" ROBERT LOUIS NUSS usobn "A, good book is the best of friends" Marching Band. 2, 3, 4, Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Senior Current Events 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Spanish Club 2, Paleology Club, President 3. ROGER JAY PAPP "Never mind the why and wherefore" Varsity Football 2, Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Basketball 3, 4. Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, Booster Representative 2, Jun- ior Red Cross 3, Science Club 4, Flicker Staff 3. ROGER EDWARD OSTERHOUSE HROQH "To fight aloud is very brave" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Booster Representative 3, Span- ish Club 2. DAVID JOHN PETRICAN nocveu "We have seen a mighty man" Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Varsity "F" Club Q, 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Spanish Club 2, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. SUSAN JOYCE RADEMAKER usueu "l bear a charmed life" Student Council 3, 4, Vice-Pres- ident 4, Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council, Chairman 4, Choral- ettes 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Leaders 4, Booster Representative, Chairman 4, Dance Committee 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Book- store 2. KAREN ALICE PATTERSON "She who is fair, is by nature good" Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Stogecratt- ers 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Year- book Staff, Typing Editor 4. ROBERT WILLIAM PITMAN uaobu "Things rarely go smoothly at rehearsal" Intramurals 2, Hi-Y 4, Bowling 2, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Stagecratters 3, 4, President 4. ROBERT ALAN PIPPIN naobn "A giant shadow on the wall" Chorale 3, 4, Student Council 3, Glee Club 2, Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 11, spanish Club 2. MARY LOUISE RAZEM "Louise" "Better to give than to receive" Student Council 4, Chorale 4, Glee Club 2, Choralettes 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Leaders 4, Senior Current Events 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T,A. 2, 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. ' BONITA RAE PETRAS "Bonnie" "Her love is not to be reasoned down" Student Council 2, Chorale 3, 4, Choralettes 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Leaders 4, Cornell-Harvard 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3. JOSEPH JAMES POPLSTEIN ujoeu "Wit and wisdom are born with a man" Student Council 4, Varsity "F" Club 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. DOROTHY ANN RIEGLER nDo1u "A friend without treach- ery" Bowling 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Span- ish Club 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 4. DONALD ROBERT SALLOW nDon11 "I hate definitions" Marching Band 2, 3, Concert Band 2, Dance Band 2, Orches- tra 2, Intramurals 3, Hi-Y 3, Bowling 3. RICHARD FREDERICK READ 11Ricku "A scholar is the happiest ot men" Varsity Track 4, Intramurals 2, 4, Senior Current Events 2, Stagecrctters 4, Proiectionists 2, 4, Science Club 2, 4, Vice-Pres- ident 4, Paleology Club 2, 4, Vice-President 2. DAVID ALLEN ROBERTS "Dave" "Born for success he seems" Student Council 2, Chorale 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Band Manager 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Band Council, President 4, Hi-Y 4, Senior Current Events 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, President 2, Flicker Staff 3, Human Re- lations 4. ROGER LEE RIFFER Few things are impossi- ble to diligence and skill" 11 Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Hi- Y 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Sen- ior Current Events 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Quiz Bee 2, 3, 4, P. A. Announcer 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Science Club 3, 4, Paleology Club, Secretary-Trecv surer 3, Flicker Staff 3, Year- book Statf 4, Editor. ELAINE MARIE SCHEUER "The very pink of cour- tesy" Bowling 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 3, Friendship 3, 4. DIANE RHODES "Dusty" "Everything is worth talk- ing about" Choralettes 3, Jr. Sr. Cheer- leader Mascot 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Library Page 4, Senior Current Events 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Stage- crafters 3, 4. VERN GORDON ROLLIN "Life's a vicious circle" Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish Club 2 Stagecratters 4. DIANE CAROL SCHRAFF "A woman of light and leading" Glee Club 3, Jr. Sr. Cheer- leaders 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, G. A.A. 2, 3, 4, Leaders 4, Sec- retory-Treasurer 4, Yole-Prince- ton 3, Cornell-Harvard 2, 3, Army-Navy 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, President 4, Flicker Staff 3. ALAN NEIL SHANER IIAIII "As upright as a cedar" Student Council 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LIONEL SCHMIDT "Bob" "Let knowledge grow from more to more" Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Yearbook Stott 4. FRANK HENRY SCHRITZ "Frank" "He has the strength of twenty men" Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Span- ish Club 2. DONALD ARTHUR SCHRAUF "Don" "A man with a flair for painting" Hi-Y 4, Bowling 3, Proiectionists 2, Yearbook Staff 4. SALLY CLAIRE SHANK "Difficulties - mastered are opportunities won" Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Bowling 4- G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, F.T.A. 2, Stage- crafters 4. WILLIAM DONAVON SCHOFIELD nDonn "I am not a politician" Intramurals 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. JAMES WILLIAM SCOTT "Scotty" "Go boldly forth" Varsity Football 2, Varsity Bas ketball 4, Varsity Track 4, J V. Basketball 3, 4, Bowling 2 3, 4. SUSAN IRENE SPOON ER nsueu "So many worlds, so much to do" Chorale 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Orch- estra 2, Maiorettes 3, 4, Head 4, Band Council 4, G.A,A. 2, 3, 4, Library Page 2, Dance Committee 2, Spanish Club 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3. SANDRA LEE SUTTON uscndyn "Given to iestl' Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Stagecratters 3, 4, Human Relations 3, 4. WILLIAM STEPHEN SMITH HBHIH "A man of the world" Chorale 4, Varsity Track 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Booster Rep- resentative 3, 4, Vice-Chairman 4, Spanish Club 3, Stage- crafters 3, 4, Science Club 4, Flicker' Staff 3, Yearbook Ed- itorial Staff 4, Human Relations 4. NANCY MARIE STIFF "A small, still voice" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Stagecrafters 4, Human Re- lations 3, 4. ELAINE ETHEL STAMATIS "Consistency is a part of her plan" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Leaders 4, Friendship 2, 4, F.T.A. 2, 4, Stagecrafters 2, Flicker Staff 3, fYearbook Editorial Staff 4, Human Relations 2. R JANET YVONNE SWAYZE "She is tiny but fierce" Jr. Sr. Cheerleaders 3, 4, Bowling 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, F.T.A. 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4, Human Relations 3, 4. SALLY ELAINE SPAHR "I shall go softly all my years' Chorale 4, Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Bowling 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Bookstore 4. ALAN BRADLEY STUMPF IIAIII "He is a man of his word" Intramurals 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4. 1 JERRY ALAN TAYLOR H-leru "l amuse myself with the world" Chorale 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Intramurals 3, Hi-Y 2, Spanish Club 2, Stagecratters 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Human Relations 3. ROBERT JAMES TITMAS uBobu "Neither here nor there" Varsity "F" Club 2, Varsity Football 2, J.V. Basketball 2, Intramurals 3, Jr. Sr. Basketball 31 4: Hi-Y 4: Dance Committee 3: Spanish Club 4, Yearbook Staff 4. JAY CORNELIUS SWAYZE "Past hope, past cure, past help l" Intramurals 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Stagecrafters 3, Science Club 2, Human Relations 3, 4. BRIAN ARTHUR THIES "A matter-of-fact man" Marching Band 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, Science Club 3, 4, Paleology Club 3, Human Relations 3, 4. WILLIAM LOCKWOOD TEUFEL IIBHIII "Why should life all labor bell Student Council 4, Chorale 3, 4, Chorale Council 4, Glee Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Dance Committee 2. VIRGINIA MARY TODDY "Ginger" "Distinction without a dit- ference" Chorale 4, Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Cheerleaders 3, 4, Bowling 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Yale - Princeton 3, Cornell- Harvard 3, 4, Booster Repre- sentative 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, Flicker Staff 3. MAUREEN SWEENEY "She has a very positive moral sense" Senior Current Events 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Human Rela- tions 3. KENNETH JAMES THOMPSON ,,Ken,f "This world and l shall never agree" Student Council 2, J.V. Basket ball 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Jr Sr. Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 Bowling 2, Science Club 4. 1 LINDA LEE VOTH "I am the master of my tate" Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Bowling 4, G.A.A, 2, 3, 4 Friendship 2, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY ANN TOTH uBevn "Busy here and there" Glee Club 3: G.A.A. 2, Friendship 2, 3, Flicker Staff 3. RONALD CHARLES VODRASKA ,,RonH "Little Latin, less Greek" SANDRA RUTH VAHRENHOLD "Sandi" "Wise among women" Chorale 4, Glee Club 3, Bowling 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Friendship 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Sfagecratters 3, 4. ELAINE EVELYN TRIANA "Art, not strength obtains the prize." Choralettes 3, Glee Club 2, Bowling 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Current Events 3, Booster Representative 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Stagecrafters 3, 4. Flicker Staff 3. Www MARGARET ANN WALKER ,fpeggyn "Ever in earnest" G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Stcgecrafters 3, 4, Flicker Staff 3. N ,f.7?eSY.32i: ' 7- MICHAEL JEFFREY WALTON "Mike" "He is a greaf observer" Jr. Sr. Basketball 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bowling 4, Stagecrafters 4. DAVID CHARLES WENZEL uDoVen "Anyfhing awful make me Iaugh" Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4 Bowling 3, 4. 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