Fairview High School - Warrior Yearbook (Farmer, OH)

 - Class of 1959

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6l,l'l'l OI' A-V I959 . A- A17 A- III AI' A-V 1-I CLIMBING THE STAIRWAY A-V 1-I TO THE FUTURE AH' A17 117 A-V AI! 13' FAIRVIEW HIGH SCHOOL A-V FARMER OHIO li' VOLUME I AQV f 1 Af ,lr All A-' A27 AI' A-7 I-I A-' Alf Il! I V V V .avi i DEDICATICN We proudly dedlcate th1s flrst edxtlon of the WARRIOR to the executlve head of our school, Mr Darrell Jones The flrst year 1n a newly consohdated school creates added problems and respons1b1l1t1es for the executlve head Mr Jones has not only handled these w1th success, he has aclueved the ultxmate goal He has molded four lugh schools mto one umt Falrvlew I-hgh School 2 57m fy .xdclminidfra fion E K I f A A v GUIDING STUDENTS' FOOTSTEPS 3 DARRELL E JONES Executxve Head As execuuve head of the Central Local Drstrrct Mr Jones co ordmates the 3Ct1V1t12S of the h1gh school and the three grade schools ADMINISTRATION DALE O SANDER Assrstant Executwe Head Mr Sander 1S 1n charge of the program of scholarshlp tests the Student Counc11 and the trans portatron for the four d1str1ct schools He also teaches Economlcs and Soc1ology LEIGHTON M FRITZ Prrnclpal As Pl'1hC1P3.I. of Fa1rv1ew Mr FFILZ IS m charge of the funds for all student actxv1t1es He also schedules the classes and teaches Bxology 4 BOARD OF EDUCATION LEFT TO RIGHT: Messrs. Roger Coyg Charles Kuhng Sylvin Sigg, Presidentg George Ginther, Clerkg and Paul Mack. MISSING from the photo is Mr. Charles Core. JAMES MILLER HENRY GECOWETS MIGNON SANDER HELEN HELLER PEGGY JOHNS LAWRENCE BLUSH GARNETT SMITH ARLENE HEISLER JAMES MILLER Trlgonometry Sohd Geometry Chenustry and Sc1ence HENRY GECOWETS Algebra I, Busmess Arlthrnetxc and General Mathemat1cs MIGNON SANDER Algebra II Plane Geometry, and Engl1sh I HELEN HELLER Engllsh III IV and Latln PEGGY JOHNS Dramatlcs, Journahsm, and Engllsh II LAWRENCE BLUSH Bookkeepmg, Busmess Engllsh Sa Law and Typmg II GARNETT SMITH Typmg I, Shorthand and Offxce Pract1ce ARLENE HEISLER G1rls' Physxcal Educatxon EDWARD KAMMEYER Arnencan HISLOYY and World Geography WARD FRITZ World H1story, Amencan Government, Basketball Coach, and Assrstant Baseball Coach HOWARD MILLER Drlvers' Educatlon, Boys' Physlcal Educamon Baseball Coach and Assxstant Basketball Coach EDWARD KAMMEYER WARD FRITZ HOWARD MILLER 7 7 n x 1 : 1 : , . : , , . T . : 2 . : , . I . : 1 , . . 'X BETTY CALDWELL ", -J ROBERT SLATT ERY KATHLEEN DAUGHERTY BETTY CALDWELL Home Econom1cs ROBERT SLATTERY Vocal MUSIC KATHLEEN DAUGHERTY Instrumental Muslc LYLE SIGG Vocatlonal Agrlculture GEORGE HAASE Vocatxonal Agrlculture DONALD KRETZER Mechamcal Drawmg and Industual Arts LYLE SIGG GEORGE HAASE 8 DONALD KRETZER 2l'60l'll'l8 WORKING FOR THE SCHOOL LUC ILLE CULLER Secretary CLETA RICE Harry Snyder Edgar Rosebrock Mrs. Hilda Reed William Ha erman 8 Donald Reed Lynn Balser Gerald Walters PERSONNEL EDWIN M AUGEL Custodian 'Pie 1'-.rs NF? KAY KIEFFER MARY OSMUN Head Cook BUS DRIVERS Charles Mavis Forest Tharp Lloyd Burns Lawrence Blush Russell Heisler Adrian Vollmer Edward Reeb 10 1 George Obenland Earl Carlson George Baker Forest Keesbury Donald Kretzer Walter Sprow Martin Leithauser X g X 2I'Ll0I'5 I.- LEADERS OF THE FUTURE 'YTILV BEVERLY MURRAY JOE SPEISER PATRICIA LAVENS PRESIDENT VIC E-PRESIDENT SEC RETARY-TREAS URER KAY AREND LARRY BLOS SER MOTTO--Not at the top, but climbing. FLOWER- -American Beauty Rose. COLORS--Royal and Silver. VIRGINIA BOK HARRY BOW ERS JOHN BRINCK RAYMOND CONKEY 4 MARY BROWN ALBERT COOK 13 CAROL CHAMPION LOUAN N BRYAN LEROY CRAVENS MADELINE CORTHIER -er, Q-.-41' , z a V 5- A- , 2. if?" 7-ffaf V ,, M, ,L ,,,, fum- 4235 JCL T-' V' f'f'+iTi'. CARRY FLIGHTNER eff'-ifdsegsg LEE DICKEY 4 A-'g1,.4f1 ' Q'+f,I5!,4. f Haflxf 5511- .1 . :I nfl 1. 'fn A 2, . - ff' 4 n r , x ' zz" N N 7' si L." 2,5 ' 2 - 11 it F-55 ' ? 6 4' t A RTH UR FO REMAN GENE FRITCH 'Qian X KAY D IET RICH JOAN ELDER LARRY I-IARTMAN EILEEN EW ERS ROBERT I-IARTS OC K JAMES KRANTZ "iw ,, JANICE KLEINHEN DENNIS KROEC KEL I5 MAX KLINE DARRELL LUDERMAN ROGER KOEPPE MERLE MANON MARILYN MASON 1 x 5- MARY MAY MARK MOATS LAVON M ORRIS ON JOHN MILLER GA RRY MOS IER ,. ,Q PAUL MILLER X L HARRY MUMY 16 LOIS MUSSER 1 ,' 'M X E G90 a i..,W,, , W vb " 4 ' , ,z af M' . lpn O. BILLIE PARTEE fqzp DON PENDLETON MELVIN RELYEA ROBERT PSURNY PEGGY REEB X 17 'nw -Y. F7 . 'iff "3 '- 'Q3"L W LAMAR PETERS JOAN RETCHER 1 ROGER RENZ CYRIL SHININGER KERMIT RIDENOUR KAY ROHRS A 4 PETER SH ININGER STELLA SINGER WALTER SALISBURY MICHAEL SITO W' DELMAR SMITH 0 if wa' ' : gk THOMAS SMITH JEROME WALK FLOYD TAYLOR 19 ELLEN SONNER HELEN WESTFALL KAREN SPROW RONALD WHITMAN K W? CHRISTINE WILI-IELM MARVIN YODER NOT PICTURED MIKE VOLKERT BRENDA ZEEDYK 90 LESTER YODER JEAN RODOCKER v J2'f - 2- Y? LL,v H. if .Q MARGIE woND1-:RLY 5 f""'?E ? PIER ! an ar '. ,Mn clercfaaamen WORKING TOWARD THE FUTURE 21 ' it: Sr i Marjorle Ackerman Tom Ag er Betty Ankney Karen Appel Kathleen Kruse Carl Barr Gerald Baker Kenneth Blosser Davrd Bowers Paul Appel Ann Hetrxck Kathleen Byroads Cohn Chubb Larry Conley James Drehl Lmda Dull Mlchael Earl Janet Elder John Carver Evelyne Crosser Nancy Grandey Marrlyn I-le1sle Doll Grant Sharon I-Iesselschwardt Jams Curt1s Judy Hudkms Judy Jones Carol Keesbury Melvm Keeler Joyce Klcrnhen JUNIORS Howard Conlrey Presldent James Damman VICC Presrdcnt Karen Klme Secretary Treasurer i Y. if auf Y '-ar ,Y if V 13 YV Thr F YF i 5' 22 an 1 361 as BG'y We a-wwf I 'Q-..- W m"'m Q95 uv 1 tk WJ LW L.. 'TW ia... A 'Q 7,1 23 f....J' -4,5 'rv-4 ' -:sf Ronald Koch Kay Llmbaugh Judy Lucas Davrd Byers Charles McM1llen Clark Mxchael Cynthra Mohley Rrchard Mohley Ellen Mumy Lawrence Mowat Phrhp Nusbaum Davrd Parker Merle Peoples Sharon Potter DOIIS Rernhart Charlotte Snyder Jo Ann Psurny Donald Rrce Nancy Smes Paul Scott Glenna Treaster Sharon Strckney IDIS Srnger Larry Sprow Larry Zeedyk Fred Strube Marsha Renz Robert Sowers John Walters Barbara Townsend Kenneth Vogelsong Paul Wrngate Charles Wrtte Roberta Yoder , 4 I 'K f V 1 A ,. ' . fi K "' " 3 , ' 'pl vs A X ,, . ," 4 "' A ' . ll ' li I .""' 1 - 'iam' P S -9 .ex ' - K ' Z V ,ii Ed ,-v, f V w p p , ., , " -Q K n n . .. .rr 1 -P hr . K , " h H P .. ,, 5 , A 'My 1 ' . A Q Lf, ff - ,. y ly at . 2,rt, - WW wg .ji X f ry Vr,, f S l"' S ' y as , V 4 7 ly 3 1 W rrv V. f 7 ! 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Q 'ill ' f v Z, , K I " we ' ' J ' 5 " Q ! x'-ff ,Mg FRESHMEN Robert Pendleton Fresrdent A fi Fred Sonner Vlce Pres1dent Cyrllla Hoene Secretary Treasurer Jxm Andrlst Mary Beth Arend Charles Baerl1n Terry Baker Davrd Batt Rex Baxter Karlene Bender Larry Bergman Laurel Blstel Davrd Blosser Sharon Bremrnger Helen Brown Robert Byroads James Byers Lauretta Champ1on Brenda Conke Gordon Coy Juamta Cravens John Crrtes Mary Dalton Machael Damman Janet Degryse Geraldme Devers James Etchen Larry Frsher Robert Funk Donald Carver Ronald Carver Larry Gaston Joan Cergely Qik ao- 5' 1 511: 1 '::.w .- 'A' x N1 it 4'-'X LT' 9 "' fr -Ji r Y' ' ev, -- . 61 ' ' U-- - - . , i W, A A X l ,A 9 V i ' ' J 4221 F.:-Q L H J I A U ' TL ' B . ai B 5 of we 'J , .. 1 ' 1 ' ' 4 R B .-f -B ' X rf .Q is X' ' L f 5 , ! ' 'M' Avi' A - , Qs w L '- Q Q , My Af 3 . ' . h if 'a A I Y -1- J ' B J-L . rev? Q 1- J ' J J , 5' Q f AQ5: 1 4 Q - 4. . if- V - , ' i S, A J 'I . :ffm W : ' 26 Thomas Goller Martha Gonzalez Thomas Gordon Davxd Grussmg Jeffxe Hall Mary Hanna Delores Hartman Ronald Hasch Harold Hayden W1l11am Haver Carolyn He1sler Karen He1s1er Judy Hesselschwardt Lmda Hoskins Charles Hostettler MKICIH Huston Sharon Joost Rex Keegan Chester K1effer Paul Khne Leanna Le1thauser Rose Mane Ludeker Shlrley Manon Joyce Mason Dean Schwarzbek Burl M1l1er Mary Ann Mavxs James Mlller Roxanna Nelson Robert St John Norman Byers Peggy Parent Sharon Osmun Judy Srmth Ronnie Hostettler Eddxe Moats Nancy Mohley Margaret Morrell Loretta Mornson Ruth Partee Larry Poth Ruth Ann Quackenbush Allan Rath Dav1d Rath W1111s Remhart B111 Retcher Herbert Retcher Jamce Rrchardson Donald Rupnght John Ruprrght Frances Sanders Janrce Shmdler Dorothy Schhesser Claudla Schroeder Wrlham Segur Joe Shxnmger Robert Srms Y S Douglas Smlth Eddre Smlth Monty Straw Ronme Temple Bruce Tonjes Mrchael Va11 Frank W stfall Kenneth Whltman Sally Wh1tman Geraldme Youngker Joyce Yoder Thomas W1lhelm 1' 'lst 'lla in VXI' v-J 28 9' up 5. x 'QP' gli -.ak ml WV, 'Q fav ,0- X U I T I, . ' . ',-1 V-H' f S "' ' 4. -- ' Q V-K 0- in 'K via I S 1. ' Y, 2 ' S r' 'E . -A lv' K V 3 4 . 1' X - 9. S' ,S , . . Q. ', A .- . .Y S L W ,M Y : 'S 41 ,xl . , ' , 0 J S Q W , i s ' I K it , l ' I 'H 1 - -as ,. W ' I emfr, - ' ' ' w -Y V D S , x A :., 1' , ' ' Y 4 - z red S Maril n Sin. er m e N, M ' ' . w at ,,.' S 1 -Sf . r 2 Z i Q 'S ' I - ' K A3 W . AV , ' , Q hw I ,- . . V it , A f . ,4 K.-ln? P Q 'V 'ttf K : 1 lx tx as S A g F S K' x ' V 'if 5 . ' . o- il ,,, ,K , ' 'P fl S V ?' 9. .xdcfiui fied CREATING SCHOOL SPIRIT 5 34 f 4 p I L I TOP ROW--Lois Singer, Joan Retcher, Marsha Renz, Delores Hartman, Marilyn I-leisler, Madeline Corthier, Carolyn Heisler, Kay Dietrich, Betty Ankney. MIDDLE ROW--Joe Shininger, Bruce Tonjes, Pete Shininger, Phillip Nusbaum, Norman Roehrs, Owen Bair, Donald Rice, Colin Chubb, Michael Vail, Michael Sito. BOTTOM ROW--Joan Kleinhen, Karen Heisler, Yolando Sito, Margie Wonderly, Clara Kunesh, Kathleen Byroads, Janice Obenland, Elizabeth Buckelman, Stella Singer, Judy Lucas, Rose Marie Ludeker, Sharon Osmun. ACCOMPANIST--Cynthia Mohley MIXED CHORUS The mixed chorus and selected groups from the mixed chorus en- tertained at school assemblies, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter programs, and the Spring Festival. B993 14 P 2 2 ..: -5, 'f 3 ' 1 I . , .Q ,...i...r 1Y....aL.. -4 TOP ROW--Eileen Ewers, Glenna Treaster, Joyce Kleinhen, Carol Wallace, Sharon Potter, Barbara Townsend, Mary May, Karen Appel, Barbara Speiser, Cynthia Mohley, Virginia Bok, Judy Jones. NUD- DLE ROW--Judy Smith, Doug Moog, Charles Figgins, Mark Moats, Howard Conkey, Dick Theis, Clifford Mossoney, Dennis Kroeckel, Kenneth Blosser, Larry Gaston, Charles Baerlin, Joan Osmun. BOTTOM ROW--Janis Curtis, Marilyn Singer, Patty Lavens, Janet Elder, Nancy Sines, Karen Kline, JoAnn Potter, Joan Elder, Elizabeth Phillips, Jean Rodocker, Beverly Murray, Linda Patterson, Cynthia Taylor. BOYS' GLEE CLUB ,, Q Q i t'-N ,K t 'Q' L" , if ,Q ,Un J: Y N TOP ROW--Joe Shininger, Larry Gaston, Robert Kunesh, Dennis Kroeckel, Miko Sito, Bruce Tonjes. MIDDLE ROW--Kenneth Blosser, Charles Figgins, Norman Roehrs, Colin Chubb, Clifford Mossoney, Dick Theis, Philip Nusbaum, Donald Rice, Larry Poth. BOTTOM ROW-- Clifton Olds, Chester Kieffer, Howard Conkey, Michael Vail, Owen Bair, Mark Moats, Pete Shininger, Doug Moog, Charles Baerlin. 31 , TOP ROW Kay D1Ctf1Ch, Yolando S1tO Margre Wonderly, Karen Appel, Mar1lyn l-lemsler, Carolyn Hexsler Judy Lucas, Judy Smlth MIDDLE ROW Joan Retcher Kathy Kruse Madel1ne Cortlner Carol Wallace, Mary May, Delores Hartman, Marsha Renz Judy Hudklns BOTTOM ROW Joan Klemhen, Joan Osmun, Stella Sxnger Clara Kunesh Kathleen Byroads, Rose Mane Ludeaker Karen He1s1er, Sharon Osmun GIRLS GLEE CLUB TOP ROW Betty Ankney, Lo1s Smger Jams Curtrs, Jean Rodocker Cynthla Mohley Patty Sperser, Sharon Potter, Barbara Townsend El1zabeth Buckelman, Joyce Kle1nhen Mary Ann Dalton, Nancy Smes BOTTOM ROW Shrrley Manon, El1zabeth Phrlhps, V1rgm1a Bok, Janet Elder, Joan Elder, Joyce Mason, Karen Kl1ne Beverly Murray, Cynthxa Taylor, L1nda Patterson iw., A .. L'.J J. J L Q, P 'I - lg , ' A u 1 , H " L 5 - T - .. . . F 7 ' ' 7 y , . , . , I 7 n . . , . . , . y Lavens, JoAnn Potter, Marilyn Singer. MIDDLE ROW--Glenna Treaster, Eileen Ewers, Barbara H ! w . 1' i , K i .,.. A .. , . ' Q V 'O .1- ' ' .1 4 . ' ' 2 The SWING BAND entertamed at the play and a dance sponsored by the Semors BACK ROW Marsha Renz, Karen Appel, Drck Brenner Brll Olds, Paul Mlller, Gale Kreffe Larry Blosser FRONT ROW Garry Flrghtner, Mary Rrdenour, Derry Smlth Janet Elder Charles Flgglns Mrs Daugherty The PEP BAND played for pep sessrons and at ballgames BACK ROW Larry Blosser Donald Rxce, Dick Brenner, Karen Appel Rose Marre Ludeker, Judy Lucas, Karen Hersler, Sharon Joost, JoAnn Psurny FRONT ROW Gale K1effer Brll Olds, Paul Mlller, Roger Koeppe, Charles FlgglIlS, Carolyn l-lelsler, Mary Rrdenour GarryFl1ght ner -- ' , ' ' ' r, . -- 1 r 1 ' ' ' "' J i ' "' 1 I 'llll Ili f A I ll' In M, , F? A , , I mr 1-J, K I I ,. 0 Hn STANDING--Larry Grandey, Charles Figgins, Carolyn I-ieisler, Roger Koeppe, Marilyn Heisler, Mrs. Daugherty. BACK ROW--Sharon Joost, Elizabeth Buckelman, Larry Blosser, Peter Shininger Howard Conkey, Paul Scott, Mark Moats, Bill Olds, Paul Miller, Gale Kieffer, Janet Elder. MIDDLE ROW--Peggy Reeb, Ned Speiser, Joan Elder, Ronald Koch, Ed Moats, Donald Rice, Marsha Renz, Nancy Grandey, Karen Appel, Dean Flightner, Dick Brenner, Mary Ridenour, Garry Flightner. FIRST ROW--JoAnn Psurny, Karen Heisler, Ruby Moog, Judy Lucas, Rose Marie Ludeker, Janice Richardson, Nancy Sines, Virginia Bok. BACK ROW--Jim Miller, Richard Theis, Mary Nusbaum, Joan Retcher, Terry Rehmert, Mrs Daugherty, Joe Shininger, Colin Chubb, Derry Smith. MIDDLE ROW--Lavon Morrison, Lauretta Champion, Carol Lipp, Larry Lambert, Mike Vail, Larry Poth, Kay Arend, Margaret Morrell Joan Cergley, Larry Fisher, Paul Mack, Bill Scranton, Tom Goller, Dorothy Schliesser Glenna Treaster. FRONT ROW--Bill Haver, Mary Beth Arend, Merl Peoples, Joyce Mason, Nancy Shininger, Brenda Conkey, Ruth Green, Nancy Mohley. 34 BAND The A Band Qtop picturej made its first public appearance in the Halloween Parade at Defiance. They also played for the Christmas program at Fairview. The first all-instrumental concert was held at Sherwood on April 24 with both A and B bands participating. On May 30 and 31 the band took part in Memorial Day services at William Center, Farmer, Ney, and Sherwood. Members of the B Band Qbottom picturej were promoted to the A Band after completing a series of tests. Margie Wonderly KNEELING Cynthia Taylor 39 STANDING--Brenda Zeedyk, Margie Ackerman, Madeline Corthier, Kay Limbaugh DRAMATICS CLASS On October 24 and 25, the Dramatlcs Class presented Teen T1me" Wlth Barbara Townsend and Larry Hartman playxng the leads The story mvolves Average Town, U S A , and the troubles of the local teen agers rn obtammg a burldmg for the1r 'Teen haven Naturally, there are complrcatlons, but youth xx ms out 1D the bxtter struggle agalnst the town's wealthy landowner who doesn't llke or understand teen agers The student dlrector was Jams Curtxs gl n un, .---KUIIQ 0 104 TOP ROW M1ke Sxto, Ph1l1p Nusbaum, Cyrll Shmxnger, Harry Mumy, Jack Wmgate, Tom Agler, Larry Hartman LaMar Peters MIDDLE ROW James Krantz, Joyce Klemhen, Karen Klrne, Sharon Potter, Barbara Townsend, Nanc SIHCS, Denms Kroeckel, Joe Spelser BOTTOM ROW Mrs Peggy Johns, Jams Curtls, Nancy Grandey, Judy Hudkms, Jean Rodocker Sharon Stlckney Betty Ankney, Patty Lavens, Brenda Zecdyk 36 'T shi 2 tix l l Q . 3,16 K. are if - 1 L ' . Q, r sl .. . H .I Y .-- V-- Nancy Grandey, Sharon Potter, Judy Hudkms, Jean Rodocker, LaMar Peters, Betty Ankney, Phrllrp Nusbaum, Sharon Stlckney, James Krantz, Floyd Taylor, Denms Kroeckel, Patty Lavens, and Brenda Zeedyk take a curtaln call TEEN TIME James Krantz, Floyd Taylor, Denn1s Kroeckel, and Barbara Townsend grve Larry Hartman a 'close shave whlle Tom Agler watches 37 O E J ' h J . is 79 The Principal, Jack Wingate, '- lectures Joe Speiser, Patty Lavens, Janis Curtis, and Mike Sito. 5 Y t if 5 x I i , 2 Y T 1 i 5 2 . , l l 7 L, , M 5 lr , g A4 E e lk . g 3 2 is James Krantz as Lieutenant Shaw fi sees the plot and almost gets shot. . , 5 K L Q l if 5 U 1 1 I 3 " OOKS AND CROOKS" The second play, "Books and Crooks," was presented on April 3 and 4. Karen Kline, Cyril Shininger, and Jack Wingate played the le ads. Dennis Kroeckel was the student director. The plot of this story involved "The Prof" and his dim-witted friend Francis, who have just robbed the local bank and are hiding out in the Alexander Hamilton High School. Miss Hamilton provides laughs as the school secretary who thinks she is going insane. But thanks to the school band, the law wins out again. K 2 4 , i 9 ' - 5 3 A x 7 ' i 4 "The Prof" fJack Wingatej and P j 1 I I Francis QCyril Shiningerj are i' Q V ' ,gli Y t apprehended by Lieutenant Shaw 5' " ' 5 l gi" L ' , ' Names Krantzj while the school 8 9 i- 1 .g i band awaits the outcome. 4 Q' , 1 I ' q 9 , ls -4 BACK ROW--Tom Breininger, Larry Blosser, Jean Rodocker, Beverly Murray, Merle Man Carol Champion. FRONT ROW--Marsha Renz, Janis Curtis, Barbara Townsend, Dennis Kroeckel, Lois Musser, John Brinck, David Byers, Joe Speiser. JOURNALISM CLASS The Journalism Class published both the school paper, the War Whoop, and the yearbook, the Warrior. The paper staff Qabovej was headed by Dennis Kroeckel, and the yearbook staff Qbelowj was headed by Marilyn Mason. BACK ROW--Louann Bryan, Madeline Corthier, Judy Lucas, Margi Sprow. FRONT ROW--Karen Appel, Kay Dietrich, Kay Arend, Mar Peters, Mike Mohley, Marvin Yoder, Larry Conley. on, e Wonderly, Karen ilyn Mason, LaMar - 39 s A- Ya sf TOP ROW--Evelyn Crosser, Marilyn Heisler, Margerie Ackerman, Joan Elder, Karen Kline, Ellen Mumy, Marsha Renz, Ellen Sonner. SECOND ROW--Joan Retcher, Eileen Ewers, Doll Grant, Sharon Hesselschwart, Joyce Kleinhen, Janice Kleinhen, Karen Appel, Margie Wonderly, Janet Elder. THIRD ROW--Lois Musser, Judy Lucas, Janis Curtis, Judy Jones, Nancy Sines, Helen Westfall, Carol Champion, Brenda Zeedyk, Lavon Morrison, Carol Keesbury, Mrs. Arlene Heisler. FOURTH ROW--Kay Arend, Mary May, Sharon Potter, Barbara Townsend, Kay Limbaugh, Charlotte Snyder, Mad- eline Corthier, Glenna Treaster, Linda Dull, Nancy Grandey. BOTTOM ROW--Karen Sprow, Beverly Murray, Patty Lavens, Cynthia Mohley, Christine Wilhelm, MaryBrown, Betty DeGryse, Judy Hudkins, Jo Ann Psurny, Kay Dietrich. G. A. A. The purpose of the G.A.A. is to promote girls' sports, to develop sportsmanship, and to promote school spirit. During the year the members participated in softball, volleyball, and basketball intramurals. A Class tournament concluded each sport. The G.A.A. sponsored a skating party at Bryan and served at a basketball game for money- making projects. The varsity and reserve basketball teams played Bryan, Stryker, Wauseon, Ayersville, Jewell, Edgerton, and Hicksville in sportsdays. A volleyball sportsday was held at Ayersville with Fair- view, l-licksville, and Jewell invited. Bryan was entertained at Fairview at a softball sportsday. A "Kiddie Party" was held early in the fall for the freshman girls interested in joining G.A.A. The last meeting was Award Night in honor of the graduating seniors. 40 TOP ROW--Judy Smith, Laurel Bistel, Roxanna Nelson, Juanita Cravens, Leanna Leithauser, Geraldine Youngker, Sally Whitman, Mary Nusbaum, Cynthia Taylor. SECOND ROW--Mary Ridenour, Sharon Joost, Brenda Conkey, Mary Dalton, Mary Beth Arend, Rose Marie Ludeker, Nancy Mohley, Mary Kline, Scarlet Zeedyk, Janice Richardson. THIRD ROW--Carol Wallace, Carol Lipp, Ruby Moog, Clara Kunesh, Joyce Mason, Dolores Hartman, Frances Sander, Joan Gergley, Geraldine Devers, Carolyn Heisler, Mrs. Arlene Heisler. FOURTH ROW--Elizabeth Phillips, Linda Hoskins, Audrey Mosier, Ruth Green, Dorothy Schliesser, Elizabeth Buckelman, Sue Hasch, Helen Bodell, Paula Wilhelm, Janet Little. BOTTOM ROW--Karen Heisler, Loretta Morrison, Martha Gonzales, Sandra Luderman, Linda Patterson, Lauretta Champion, Sharon Osmun, Jo Ann Osmun, Joan Kleinhen, Mary Ann Mavis. OFFICERS President--Mary May Vice -President--Martha Gonzales Treasurer--Janet Elder Secretary--Scarlet Zeedyk TOP ROW--Doug Moog, David Grussing, Bob Pendleton, Ronnie Schliesser, Victor Bennett, John Ruperight, Vincent Bennett, Bill Bauer, Tom Tharp, LeRoy English. MIDDLE ROW-- Lyle Sigg, Richard Walsh, Jim Etchen, Ronnie Smith, John Crites, Allan Rath, Ronnie Mui' ray, Dennis Yoder, Jerry Ankney, George l-laase. BOTTOM ROW--David Blosser, Ronnie Temple, Don Ruperight, Richard English, Earl Brown, Lee Breininger, Bob Kunesh, Kenneth Whitman. F. F. A. The organization of the Future Farmers of America is composed of boys who are interested in agriculture as a vocation and who are also vocational agriculture students in high school. F.F.A. helps agriculture by presenting today's problems in agriculture to the public. The pro- ram's purpose, however, is to teach young men to be well-equipped modern farmers, using the latest techniques and methods in farming. This past year under the leadership of Mr. Lyle Sigg and Mr. George Haase, the members participated in livestock judging, public speaking, parlimentary procedure, a farm mechanics contest, and officer training. During F.F.A. Week the Fairview Chapter president, Tom Agler, gave a speech over the radio. 42 TOP ROW--Garry Mosier, Kermit Ridenour, Bill Partee, Larry Zeedyk, Fred Strube, Joe Speiser, Merle Manon, Guy Westfall, Larry Hartman. SECOND ROW--Melvin Relyea, John Brinck, Jack Davis, Tom Agler, Harry Mumy, Raymond Conkey, Paul Appel, Albert Cook, Bob Sowers, David Parker. THIRD ROW--Lyle Sigg, Lester Yoder, Tom Smith, Walter Salisbury, Max Kline, Ronald Whitman, John Garver, Roger Koeppe, Kenneth Blosser, George Haase. BOTTOM ROW--Lee Dickey, Delmar Smith, Don Pendleton, Garry Flightner, Robert Hartsock, Carl Bair, Pete Shininger OFFICERS President--Tom Agler Vice -President--Larry Hartman Secretary--Harry Mumy Treasurer--John Brinck -f - The F.F.A. elected Madeline Corthier as the 1959 Chapter Queen. 4-3 E"'1 ,fd SEATED Mr Dale Sander, Mark Moats, Denms Kroeckel Barbara Townsend, Joan Elder, Gene Fntch, Jack Wrngate, Charles Flggxns STANDING Ruby Moog, Sharon Joost, Martha Gonzales STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Counc1l IS an orgamzatxon that IS new to the four consolrdated schools It conslsts of members from each of the four grades mn hrgh school, who were chosen by the student body and the faculty Durrng thrs fxrst year of eaostence under the leadershrp of Dale Sander, the Student Councrl has sponsored many act1v1t1es Among the act1v1t1es were school dances, Thanksgxvrng and Chrrstmas pro grarm. The members served as guxdes for career day, and they also had charge of decoratlng and ushermg for the Baccalaureate and Com mencement programs The Student Councrl deserves much cred1t for thexr sp1r1t of loyalty and cooperatxon as they functroned xn the many tasks they were asked to perform 44 S ,, f V V ' ,,,,,,g... s if 'j .g..,s. , s. V',.,lf,' , , ,L . . ".. L. y ., N., , .C'4.- - 4. D' ' 1 ,T y s ff? J 4 My wwf fit ' S -of T -.. , . 1 . K ' Patty Lavens received the Citizenship Award Business Education--Virginia Bok Science--Christine Wilhelm Mathematics--Jerome Walk Bookkeeping I--Donald Rice Typing I--Cynthia Mohley English I--Tom Goller English Il--Mary Nusbaum American History--Donald Rice World History--Richard Smith General Science--Margaret Morrell Biology--Charles Figgins Plane Geometry--Ronnie Smith Algebra I--Marilyn Singer Boys' Physical Education--Harry Mumy Girls' Physical Education--Judy Lucas AWARDS Journalism--Dennis Kroeckel Dramatics--Patty Lavens Industrial Arts--Larry Lambert Vocal Music--Stella Singer Instrumental Music--Mary Ridenour Vocational Agriculture--Harry Mumy Student Council--Barbara Townsend Most Valuable Athlete--James Diehl G.A.A.--Mary May F.A.A.--Tom Agler Sportsmanship--LaMar Peters Social Science--Virginia Bok English--Christine Wilhelm Charles Figgins won the faculty award for the outstanding student. 'Z' D X . V K 1 XX1 F N -rf Virginia Bok receives the Valedictorian Award from Assistant-E.xecu- tive Head Dale O. Sander. 5 's 46 s Ht . CLASS OF d Ju- ,MA M .,....----'v-v F,,-...... -..---1 'yl"nF?" ,V as? 19 -M A ,, ., vw M ,V - 12' ' I ?x ,HL .H . A K H wM g r !: .. I 3' I 2 421 L V' ' ,J VI' . A v - ' I Lf 1 ,, V ' 83 ' A Y . we if 1 fl ,fsv 3 is I W' l 4 1. eil 'fini jeg ,ffa it 1959 ,A ii The Salutatorian Award is presented to Christine Wilhelm by Mr Sander. 47 . , .V Y Y A 1 -Jai A:irc':i:r'- 1-3 7' W - T., LI-A , gr 1 n d 2:1111 .511 Y fiif -- Ifl 3 . ' up I Duane Jackson and Karen Kline take time out for a - V ,, -Eg E friendly chat. -E2 IE IQJ Ti- f '35 ""'1-'G 'J 'TJ ,-. ,,I..'7'5Z! una g -mm L ., -W , ,I , I , .ofa vo Dennis Kroeckel, Ruth Ann Quackenbush fleftj, Elizabeth Phillips, and Larry Blosser Qbelowj enjoy one of the many record hops held during the year. 48 The school paper staff assembles an issue of the WAR WHOOP. 49 The co operatwe attrtude of the stu Harry Mumy wxth h1s make up for a P1aY dents is illustrated as Jack Wingate helps The students part1c1pated 1n the many assembhes and programs held durmg the year At R1ght, V1rg1n1a Bok entertams dunng an assembly S1nger Mark Moats Nancy Srnes, Cohn Chubb Joan Elder, and Owen Barr was a favonte group for programs 50 The Double Quartet--Janis Curtis, Pete Shininger, Stella Owen Bair, Colin Chubb, Mark Moats, and Pete Shininger do a song and dance number. Mr. Reeder Hutchinson was one of the entertainers who visited our school. At Right, he is shown "cutting off" the head of Robert Byroads. 51 CHRISTMAS DANCE Two of the more rmportant soc1a1 events of the year were the Chnstmas Dance and the Jumor Seruor Prom gym was decorated wrth a large Chnstmas tree m the center and mxstletoe hung from crepe paper streamers The Tom Cats furmshed the musxc for round and square dancmg 52 The Student Council sponsored the Christmas bance. The In May the Junior class sponsored the Junior-Senior Prom for the Seniors. The theme was "Spring Romance." Jack Wingate and Howard Conkey acted as masters of ceremonies. Numbers on the program included a number by a vocal quintette, a quartet of girls singing a fare- well to Fairview High in honor of the grad- uation seniors, and a skit--written by Chuck McMillan and produced by the Junior boys. Music for dancing was played by the Butler Hi -Fi Band. JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM 5' f 1 4 y Mr Gecowets fR1ghtj and VL: and Mrs Sander fBe1owj take txrne out for a pose sup?" Even Mr Frltz gets hungry before lunch mme Sporfa CREATING SPORTSMANSHIP INTRAMURALS Intramural programs were arranged for both gxrls and boys so that every student had a chance to part1c1pate rn athletlcs Lester Yoder, Howard Conkey John Carver, Harry Mumy and Larry Sprow won the boys basketball champronshlp lntramural program after school once a week all wlnter The girls played an extensive , I 56 x a- D-,x KX' 'BQFV ll I 8s5!Fy OIG! i. Q! 1S'?77'y 21 X I XX! lfx Ill 'li hi la '77 BACK ROW--Tom Breininger, Jerry Ankney, Robert Sowers, Virgil l-loene, Jack Wingate, Bob Pendleton, LaMar Peters, Allan Rath. MIDDLE ROW--Coach Howard Miller, Manager Lawrence Mowat, Max Kline, William Sims, Guy Westfall, Bob Moon, Doug Moog, Assistant Coach Ward Fritz. FRONT ROW--Manager William I-laver, Jim Diehl, John Walters, Don Garver, Eddie Brown, Tom Smith, Manager Robert Funk. TEAM Stryker Ayersville Stryker Ayersvi lle Antwerp Bryan Aye rsv ille Paulding Oakwood Edon BASEBALL VISITOR FAIRVIEW TEAM O l Jewell 3 0 Stryker 3 8 Defiance 13 2 Ridgeville 6 5 Stryker l 8 Edgerton 8 0 Defiance l 14 Edgerton 3 10 Archbold 7 2 Paulding TOURNAMENT Fairview 14 Napoleon 1 Fairview 0 Bryan 1 57 VISITOR l 7 8 O 7 7 6 1 l 0 FAIRVIEW 19 4 1 18 2 3 4 10 3 7 LEFT TO RIGHT--Coach Ward Fritz, Jack Wingate, Dennis Kauser, LaMar Peters, Robert Mast, Guy Westfall, Managers Merle Manon and Phillip Nusbaum, Marvin Yoder, Roger Renz, Harry Bowers, Bob Sowers, James Damman, Tom Agler, Assistant Coach Howard Miller. MISSING from the picture are John Walters, Floyd Taylor and Captain James Diehl. TEAM Hilltop Stryker Edgerton Antwerp Ayersville Blue Creek Jewell Montpelier Hicksville Delphos St. Johns VARSITY VISITOR FAIRVIEW TEAM 57 64 Paulding 83 64 Hicksville 59 58 Defiance 62 79 Edgerton 54 63 Montpelier 37 49 Eastwood 51 72 Wauseon 51 62 Jewell 68 84 Stryker 81 70 Ayersville TOURNAMBNTT Van Wert 52 Fairview 50 58 VISITOR FAIRVIEW 48 76 53 57 74 60 95 89 75 80 63 46 45 49 55 85 61 53 59 48 CHEERLEADERS--Joan Elder, Beverly Murray, Patty Laveus, Margie Wonderly and Madeline Corthier. The Apaches struggle for the ball during the Fairview-Ayersville game. 54 Floyd Taylor watches as Roger Renz fights for lost ball. Coach Fritz gives last minute in- structions. Reserve strength reflects the en- thusiasm of the tournament game N' Teamrnates, La Mar Peters and John Walters, look on as Captain Diehl lays one in. Enthusiastic crowd and tense players await the referee's decision. Jack Wingate and Lalviar Peters fight for ball during Fairview- Ayersville game. BACK ROW--Manager Lawrence Mowat, Jerry Ankney, James Mason, Owen Bair, James Damman, Duane Jackson, Coach Howard Miller. FRONT ROW-- Richard Theis, Charles McMillan, Robert Moon, Robert Mast, Douglas Moog. TEAM Hilltop Stryker Edgerton Antwerp Blue Creek Jewell Montpelier Hicksville Delphos St. Johns Ayersville RESERVES VISITOR FAIRVIEW TEAM VISITOR FAIRVIEW 23 53 Paulding 29 52 29 42 Hicksville 30 27 27 37 Defiance 35 38 39 50 Edgerton 40 37 38 32 Jewell 32 63 38 39 Montpelier 44 51 29 54 Ayersville 25 44 38 46 Eastwood 37 36 43 51 Wauseor 38 37 35 40 Stryker 24 46 62 Fan gets big kick out of McMi11an's shot. KNEELING Janet Elder 63 CHEERLEADERS, BACK ROW--Marsha Renz, Cynthia Taylor, Ruby Moog LEFT TO RIGHT--Paul Kline, Ronald Hostettler, Donald Garver, Allan Rath, Larry Poth, Coach Ward Fritz, Robert Pendleton, Fred Sonner, David Grussing, Bruce Tonjes, Monty Straw, Larry Fisher. KNEELING--Managers, William Haver and Robert Funk. 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