Farmersville High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Farmersville, OH)
- Class of 1958
Page 1 of 70
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 70 of the 1958 volume:
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B.S. Ashland College
M.E. Miami University
Mr. Brubaker is our prin
cipal. His office door is al-
ways open, symbolic of the
counsel and friendship which
students and teachers alike
can find there.
Mr. Jack Williamson
B.S. Ohio State
M.A. Miami University
This is Mr. Williamson's
first year as our superinten-
dent. We wish to congratu-
late him on the wonderful job
he has preformed. Thank you
Mr. Williamson for helping us
more than we realize at this
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On a September mornmg 1n the year of 1946 approx1mately 41 scared l1tt1e ch11dren en
tered the Farmersv1lle f1rst grade for the f1rst t1me The ones that have gone through all
the school years together are Larry B1cke1 Paul Leatherman Duane Focht Don Mlchael
Dav1d Stebbms, Don Ph1llabaum Noel Keener, Jumor Keener J1m Powell Lynn Morrxson
Ann Ludy Sue K1nd1g Sydney Wheeler, Mary Lou Focht Martha Sue Hoops and Ruth Ann
Puls Our teacher for th1s year was Mrs Wolf We ga1ned another new face 1n the m1ddle
of th1s year Her name was Myrtle Ann Lakes
When we walked 1nto the second grade the next year we saw a new lady stanchng zn front
of the class Her name was Mrs Buckley One week end we had a large fam1ly The
pray1ng mant1s mcreased her famxly
Next year we went to Mrs Oldfather s room Almost 1mmed1ately we were 1n the fourth
grade In th1s grade we ga1ned Sharon Holland and Fred Mendenhall Th1s year we ra1sed
quxte a smell The boys were play1ng w1th a skunk that they thought was dead but lt wasn
M1ss Veatch was our teacher for th1s year
Then we moved 1nto the f1fth grade Here our teacher was Mrs Holcomb The s1xth
grade came on us almost at once Our teacher Mr Strahler d1sected a ch1cken baked
Indxan bread and we drank coconut m1lk
Th1s next year we took our b1g step We moved upstalrs We were f1nally 1n the seventh
grade Our teacher was Mr Bell We rece1ved a new member H13 name was Clarence
As we were movlng 1nto the e1ghth grade Fred Shaner met us We started early th1s
Now we started on our last four years w1th 38 students As Freshmen we felt pretty b1g
Thls year we were 1n1t1ated by the Sophomores We galned two more classmates Dorothy
Parxs and Jerry Bell As our f1rst project we had paper drlves
In the Sophomore class we 1n1t1ated the Freshmen We had the 1n1t1at1on party at Larry
B1ckel's house To make money th1s year we had paper dr1ves and an 1ce cream soc1al
We started our busy .Tumor year by rece1v1ng our class r1ngs We put on our class
play "Shy Guy 1n Apr11 After the play we had a party at Lynn Morr1son s house We also
had paper dr1ves and sold basketball schedules In May we gave the Sen1ors thexr beaut1fu1
We are f1nally endmg up our glor1ous h1gh school Journey w1th our BIG Sen1or year e
galned one more member to our class H1s name 15 Denn1s Gambrell Th1s now makes our
f1na1 total 24 Our wonderful adv1sor 1S Mr Brubaker In October we had our p1ctures
taken at Osborne s stud1o 1n Dayton In November we ordered our 1nv1tat1ons and name
cards In December we sold Chmstmas candy and shoe pohsh When January rolled around
we started work on our Annual, p1cked out the class motto color and flower At the end of
February we sponsored the flrst Alumm Allstar game When the flrst s1gns of Sprmng
came, we had an 1ce cream soc1al and car wash We w1sh to thank the .Tumors for the n1ce
prom that was g1ven for us May 10 We enjoyed the Alumm Banquet very much also T
f1n1sh our last year here at Farm ersvmlle H1gh School we had baccalaureate May Z5 and
Commencement May 29 The bxggest thr1l1 came after we graduated 1n the form of our
seven day tr1p to Washmgton and New York to wh1ch we had all been look1ng forward We
w1sh to thank the commumty for supportlng us all 12 years of our school educat1on also r
Brubaker and Mr Wllhamson for all the headaches they wmthstood for us
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12, 1939, Nickname:
Blankyi Class Vice
President 25 Track
15 Scholarship Test
JERRY BELL: July 15, 1940, Nickname:
Jerome, FFA l,Q,3,49 Junior Reporter 35
Basketball l,2,3g Baseball 23 Track 1,Z.
LARRY BICKEL: December ll, 19405
FFA 1,Z,3,4: Sentinal 39 Student Advi-
MARY LOU FOCHT: July 30, 1940, Nick-
name: Lou, FHA 1,Z,3,45 Historian 4,
Chorus l,2,3g Allied Youth 1,25 Office
Girl 4g Echo Staff 3,49 Annual Staff 4, May
Queen 35 Basketball 2,3.
DENNIS GAMBRELL: July 6, 1940,
Madison 1,Z,3g FFA 4.
February 7, 1940,
Class President 25
Fund Raising 3,
Class Play 3: An-
nual Staff 45 Honor
Attendant 35 Bas-
Baseball 45 Track 1
September 12, 1940
May King 39 Basket-
ball 1,2,3,49 Base-
ball 49 Track 1.
SHARON HOLLAND: August 20, 1940,
Nickname: Sisg FHA l,2,3,49 Vice Presi-
dent 39 President 49 Assembly Committee
1,29 Chorus 19, Class Play 39 Allied Youth
1,29 Allied Youth Secretary ls Office Girl
2,4Q Echo Staff 2,3,49 Annual Staff 49 Li-
brarian 39 News Correspondent 49 Honor
Attendant 3g Cheerleader 19 Government
MARTHA SUE HOOPS: March 31, 1940,
Nickname: Mar Sue9 FHA 1,2,3,4Q Song
Leader 49 Chorus l,2,39 Band 1,3,4Q Al-
lied Youth 1,29 Echo Staff 2,3,49 Annual
Staff 49 May Queen Attendant 39 Librar-
SUE KINDIG: March 22, 1940, Nickname:
Susie: FHA 1,2,3,49Par1imentarian 29
Treasurer 49 Chorus 1,2,49 Band 1,29
Class Play 39 Allied Youth 1,29 Echo
Staff 3,49 Annual Staff 49 Basketball 39
MYRTLE ANN LAKES: May 4, 1940,
Nickname: Myrtg Class Play 39 Allied
Youth 1,29 Echo Staff .39 Annual Staff 4.
OMER KEENER JR.
August 12, 1940,
Class Secretary 49
FFA 1,29 Secretary
1,29 Class Play 39
Baseball 3,49 Track
15, 1939, Nickname
President 15 Vice
President 35 May
Queen Attendant 2,35
Track 1,25 Athletic
PAUL LEATHERMAN: April 14, 1940,
Nickname: Leatherneck5 FFA 1,25 Senti-
nal 25 Annual Staff 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Baseball 2,35 Track 1,2.
ANN LUDY: May 21, 1940, Nickname:
Annal5 Class Treasurer 3,45 FHA 1,2,3,45
Reporter 35 County Devotional Leader 45
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Band 15 Class Play 35
Allied Youth 1,25 Echo Staff 3,45 Annual
Staff 45 Honor Student l,2,3,45 Scholar-
ship Test 1,Z,35 Music Contest 2,35 Bas-
ketball 35 Volleyball 45 Newswordy 45
Buckeye Girls' State 3.
JOEL LYNN MORRISON: July 19, 1940,
Nickname: Lynng Class President 3,45
Secretary 25 Treasurer 25 Fund Raising
15 Band l,2,45 Class Play 35 Allied Youth
1,25 Echo Staff 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45
Honor Student 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15
Track 15 Scholarship Test 1,2,35 Band
President 2,45 Basketball Manager 3,45
Government Day 4.
DOROTHY PARIS: June 4, 1940, Nick-
name: Babe5 FHA l,2,3,45 Historian 25
County Historian 35 Secretary 45 Chorus
15 Annual Staff 45 Librarian 2: Honor
Student 3,45 Cafeteria Helper 2,3,45 Al-
lied Youth 1,2.
July 17, 1940, Nick-
name: Dong FFA 1,2,
3,45 Vice President
45 Treasurer 35
Class Play 35 Allied
Youth 15 Echo Staff
3,45 Basketball 1,25
RUTH ANN PULS:
January 5, 1940,
FHA 1,2,3,45 Treas-
urer 35 Chorus 15
Chorus Librarian 15
Class Play 35 Allied
Youth 1,25 Office
Girl 45 Echo Staff
253,45 Annual Staff 4
Basketball 35 Volley
Basketball 3, Volley-
DON PI-lILLABAUM: May 16, 1940,
Nickname: Chub5 Basketball l,2,3,45
JAMES POWELL: January 21, 1940,
DAVID STEBBINS: January 11, 1940,
Nickname: Daveg FFA 1,2,3,45 Sentinal
2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 May Queen
Attendant 15 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Base-
SYDNEY WHEELER: March 18, 1940,
Nickname: Syd5 Class Secretary 35 Cho-
rus 15 Class Play 35 Allied Youth 1,25
Office Girl 45 Echo Staff 3,45 Annual
Staff 45 Dayton Daily News Correspondent
45 Honor Student l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 1,25
Basketball 2,35 Volleyball 45 FHA 2,3,4.
FRED SHANER: June
3, 1939, Nickname:
Big Fred5 Class Vice
President 4, Fund
Raising 2, FFA 1,2,
3,45 Vice President
3, President 45 Class
Play 35 Allied Youth
1,25 Annual Staff 45
Baseball 35 Track
Carolyn Coffman President
Ronnie Harsha Vice President
Lois Jackson Secretary
Karen Sears Treasurer
unior Class Histor
September 1955 found Z7 Freshmen in Room 4 with Mrs Noffsinger their advisor
By this year there werent enough seats inthe study hall for them so they doubled
with the Seniors of that year Getting initiated by the Sophomores was a three day pro
cedure ending with a party The only projects of that year were paper drives
September, 1956, found 30 Sophomores distributed among three different home rooms.
In November it was their turn to initiate the Freshmen. Paper drives were their main
objectives in December and May. In March and April of that school year they sold Easter
Candy. Also April lst, they ordered their class rings.
ln September, 1957, Z4 Juniors were left to go through the Junior year. Their advisor
is Mrs. England. In March they were again selling Easter Candy. May found them giving
a Junior Play, the Junior-Senior Prom, and having a paper drive.
Judy Bc-ll Jun Shell
J muh Bowser
Alxcu Blankcnshlp Farolyn Coifmcm
Fr mk Bruedmg
Ale ne Corm tt
Don Ferguson Kenny Focht
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The class of 1960 started the1r hxgh school career w1th 29
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members Mr M111er was
the1r adv1sor The b1g event of th1s year was the Freshman 1n1t1at1on Also several
paper dr1ves were held
As So homores theyhave28 members, and Mr Storer 15
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Charles fBoj Null
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W1th the com1ng of September, 1957 a. new school year began W1th xt came a whole
new class of Freshmen There are 36 members ln th1s class The1r a.dv1sor 1S Mr
Emmck In1t1at1on was the f1rst th1ng they had to contend w1th 1n gett1ng acquamted W1th
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Frrst Row Larry Kunkle Connn. Holland Wrllram Clouser Joyce Jones Lann Lakes Second Row Judy Alltn Janet lzor
Fa1t.h Wood Carolyn Hmkle Thrrd Row Sammy Rrce Sharon Eby Danny Tangeman Brenda Frxend Joyce l-lafer Fourth
Row Leroy Gephart Bob Powell Ceul Sanders Norbert Osswald Frfth Row Leroy Smrth Donnre Erbaugh Janet Kerns
Johnny Blankenshrp Judy Wells Srxth Row Shrrley Errsman Mrlburn Kmpard Roger Holland Judy Crooks S venth Row
Norman Bell John Patterson Mrs Crlbert Trudy Flook Tommy Caden E1ghLh Row' Bobby Worrell Denms Hawvermale
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Moore Jlm Carson John Crooks Dale Se1gfr1ed Barbara Phllllps Th1rd Row Paul Izor
Kathy Garwood Barbara Moses Wanda M1ller Fourth Row Sandra Fnend D R Coffman
Terry Rmggs Tommy Ulrlch Charlene Wohrley F1fth Row Rltd Selfr1dge Dale Gambrell
Dean 'Wegley Loxs Shell Sutth Row Johnny Vbampler Susan Foreman Mr Bell Llnda Le1s
M1chael Roach Sex enth Rovt Tommy Ferguson Marllyn Klnsey Carolyn Klnsey Gary
Lauderback Elghth Row Joyce Hager Melxa Nlchols Carolyn Hawxermale Cheryl Phllllps
Nlnth Row Robert N1cely Joe Watson Gary Shaner Shlrley Jackson
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F1rst Row R1cky Cole Bruce Gephart Sharon Eby Gary England Larry Wxllxams Second
Row Sh1rley Jones Sharon Burr1s Glorla Henduckson Donna Bowhng Tl"1rd Row Marty
Adams Jlmmy Kldder Steven Bmggs Gary Worrell James R1ley Fourth Row Rodney Fore
Jo Ann Moore Janet Osswald Delor1s Holland F1fth Row Sh1rley R1ce Brenda W1lson Mr
Strahler Barbara Lambert R1cky Stump Slxth Row Budrow Toblas Claudla Mackhn V1cky
Re1gel Paul Dans Seventh Row Daxld Koogle Gary K1dder Tommy Tob1as Don Eagle
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Keener Second Row Betty Keshng Steven Stoker Carol Ummel Sussanne Focht Thlrd Row
Janet Patterson Kathaleen Hawvermale Paul Stockert Connre Howard Conme Howard
Fourth Row Pat Ashton Duane Wegley James Bowser Beverly Trlrnble Flfth Row Beverly
N1chols Gordon Bowman Mrs Huston R1cky Wharton S1xth Row Sylx1aHawvermale Kathy
Shell D1x1e Breedlng Rlta Sears Seventh Row W1ll1am Wharton Mark Llnder
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F1rst Row Nancy Moses Patrxcla Kr1etzer Gayle Brower Mar1lyn Hmkle V1cky Howard
Second Row Ph1111p Coffman Eugene Sk1leS Tommy Arst1ngsta1l Jlmmy Eby Thrrd Row
John Ludy Jurua Shlverdecker Llnda Lakes Francls Stockert Jerry Smlth Fourth Row Mary
Sue R1ley B111 Powell Gary Weaver Lmda Gephart F1fth Row Rlchard Clme Phylhs Coff
man Franc1s Houston Mlckey Pemx S1xth Row Karen Rmhcreek Rrchard Newbauer Hudson
Ayers Ronme Dale Seventh Row Da1sy M111er Dean Ratlxff Ronald Izor Cathy Ingham
E1ghth Row Terry St1ver Bobby Bell Kenny Izor Margaret MeNelly
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First Row: Tommy Sholly. Kay Wharton, Linda Williams, Carma Stiver, Linda Bryan. Second
Row: Delores Holp, Sandra Somers, Linda Osswald, Cynthia Tobias. Third Row: Frank Loomis,
Donnie Springman, Jerry Mayer, Phil Sears, Darrell Sanders. Fourth Row: Verna Berry. Bryan
Macklin, Robert Smith, Joe Tobias. Fifth Row: Doris Erbaugh, Darrell Phelps, Miss McClain,
Barbara Shell, Leonard Weaver. Sixth Row: Lloyd Bowling, Paula Stockert, Diana Stockert, Rita
Denlinger. Seventh Row: Joe Penix, Sue Newell, Lois Peyton, Paul Rehmert.
First Row: Linda Lenk, Linda Conway, Sheryl Dulaney, Jean Cottman, Barbara Izor. Second
Row: Glenda Hughes. David Cole, Richard Lightner, Linda Breeding. Third Row: Ronald Eby,
Thomas Hueber, Larry Eagle, Tim Watson, Edgar Sanders. Fourth Row: Sherry Erisrnan,
Mavis Ayers, Linda Large, Dean Cole. Fifth Row: Cathryn Laxton, Eugene Zinnerman, Mrs.
Arnold, Wade Flory, Linda Erbaugh. Sixth Row: Carolyn Bell, Donald Berry, Rodney Newbauer
Joyce Comer. Seventh Row: Donna Kurtz, Beth Garwood, Donna Brown, Dean Erbaugh. Not
Pictured: Clarence Brewer, Eugene Freels
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F1rst Row Mark Sk1les D1ana Sm1th Wanda Jackson Pamela Burnett Sue Ann Stump Second
Row Johnny Shelly W1ll1am Berry Ecld1e Steele Ronme Rathff Thxrd Row Phyl11s Moore
J1mmy Moses Don Flory Carolyn Weaver Rose Marre Koogle Fourth Row Charles Burr1s
James Slusser Veromca Thomas M1chael Moyer Flfth Row Steven Moore Laverne Laxton
Glenna Brewer Mar1lyn Holland Jrmmy Sholly S1xth Row Doug Ulrmch Vernon Sams R1chard
Fr1encl Roy Walker Seventh Row John Davrd Spacht Ke1th Shaner R1cky Eby Glenn Bowman
Gary Hafer E1ghth Row D1ana Powell Lmda Mrller Flo Dean Graham Idella Lakes Nmth
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Ftrst Row Debb1e Vandergnft Dora Ayers Sharon Masters Allyn Umrnel B1ll1e Ensman
Second Row Ronnle Lenk Joy Wharton Mary Beth Null Stevre W1ll1amson Thlrd Row Jack
Hanes Kathy Cllne Glenn Izor Sandra Foreman Carol Shell Fourth Row Bobby L1becap
Randall Lexs Er1c L1nder Stephen Roach F1fth Row Sharon Brown Claudra Denlmger Mrs
D1llon Joyce Llghtner Ke1th Coffman S1xth Row Donme House Conme House Roberta
Hughes Stevre Garner Seventh Row Joan Zechar Faye Dale Beth Shell Beverley Estep
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F1rst Row Sandy Jo Gephart Ray Davms Martha Sholly Raymond Brown Charleen Swallows
Second Row Lowell Ingram Sue Kurtz Steven Fore Nancy lzor Th1rd Row Wayne Barton
Phylhs Bowhng Mark Wampler Larry Crooks Beverly Isaacs Fourth Row Glennla Bowlmg
D1anne Slusser M1chael Hawvermale Dan Flory Fxfth Row Karen K1nca1d Johnny R1egel
M1ss Husak Larry Weaver Carol Macy S1xth Row Mar1lyn Peyton Apr1l Hueber Betty
Weaver M1ke Kunkle Seventh Row Pamela Krdder James Hager Bary Wood Carol Gephart
Elghth Row Jerry Powell Kenny Tumble Terry Sanders Eddle Shxeverdecker Not Plctured
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Row Tommy Weaver Gale Fore Mark Focht Roger Gephart Th1rd Row Jxmmy Erlsrnan
L1nda Eby Calv1n Shmverdecker Sh1rley Moore Norma Breedmg Fourth Row Mlchael
Howard Jeanette Allen Gay Urnmel M1chael Rehmert F1fth Row Rodney Holtzmuller Dav1d
Clark Roger Noyer Tlmrny Garner Danny Zechar S1Xth Row Charles Khpper W1lma Reese
Judy Sears Sandra K1nca1d Seventh Row Rebecca Martln Ronn1e Sklnner Mrs McNelly Joe
Prestwood Janet Hanes E1ghth Row Sammy Newell Tommy Sears J1mmy Smmth Johnny
Denhnger N1nth Row Paul Stockert Glor1a Laxen Carmen Flory D1ana Derrlnger
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Standing left to right: Jim Shell, Dearld Armstrong, Paul Leatherman, Duane Focht, Fred
Shaner, Kenny Focht, David Stebbins, Lynn Morrison, Clarence Blankenship. Kneeling and
sitting: Torn Focht, Junior Keener, Fred Mendenhall, Don Phillabaum, Noel Keener, Don
Ferguson, Dan Eby, Mr.Emrick, Coach.
46 Bryan 51
48 Gratisf 46
46 Miami-Central 62
48 west Alex. ' 43
53 Fenwick 79
75 Centervilleff 54
67 Madison , 47
76 Germantownfdf 57
64 Jeffersonifi 67
42 Carlisleiff-1 75
58 Brookville? 72
71 Verona 58
60 Jeffersonzli 52
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54 Wayneif 47
54 Carisle 81
49 Dixieff V 67
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51 Dixie 60
44 Wayne 56
67 Alumni 63
The boys had a losing record, won 10 and lost 11, for the first time in along time, here at
Farmersville. The fans didn't turn out so well, as they were disappointed in the team, but they
should have reconsidered, for no one was as disappointed as the basketball boys themselves.
Most of the time the boys did their best and should not be ashamed of their record. Nice season
The 1958 yearbook wishes to congratulate Dixie on their near perfect season. They won 27
and lost 1.
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From left to right: Joyce Cook,
Loyce Wells, Paula Denison,
C ormie Kesling
Joyce Jones, Sharon Eby,
Shirley Erisman, Marcia
Standing left to right: Mr. Emrick-Coach, Kenny Focht, Dick Erbaugh, B111 Kincaid Lynn Philla
bamcn, Dan Eby, Don Ferguson, David Hawvermale, Bo Null, Tom Focht Clyde Spacht Ronnie
Harsha. Kneeling: Jim Shell, Lynn Morrison, Clarence Blankenship, Dearld Armstrong Man
40 Lanier 37
40 Bryan 36
29 Gratis Z3
43 Miami-Central 46
53 West Alex. 43
49 Fenwick 41
32 Centerville 21
30 Madison 25
43 Germantown 47
48 Brookville 41
40 Verona 20
55 Jefferson 42
51 Phillipsburg 49
34 Wayne 33
31 Carisle Z7
52 Dixie 51
The Reserves came up with a very fine record of 14 wins and 2 loses in playing good ball
all season. These boys deserve some congratuations, and at this time the 1958 Annual would
like to wish the best of luck to next year's squad and to all other future basketball teams at
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Standing left to right: Mrs. Arnold, Ruth Ann Puls, Sara
Kindig, Sally Kindig, Carolyn Coffman, Janice Bowser, Shar
ron Focht, Wilma Large, Mrs. England, and Mr. Arnold.
Kneeling: Carolyn Sue Friend, Ann Ludy, Sydney Wheeler
Connie Kesling, Sue Kindig, Karen Sears, and Rosalie
Standing left to right: Mrs. Arnold, Carolyn Friend, Wilma
Large, Rosalie Friend, Carolyn Coffman, Eloise Briggs,
Mr. Arnold, Sara Leis, Sharon Focht, Dorla Izor, Jgan
Lauderbeck, Karen Sears, and Mrs. England. Kneeling:
Virginia Jones, Margaret Moses, Edna Spurlock, Marsha
Shaffer, and Janice Bowser.
Standing left to right: Ken Focht, Dick Erbaugh, David Haw-
vermale, Junior Keener, Ron Harsha, Dan Eby, Eddie
Napier, Clyde Spacht, and Coach Emrick. Kneeling: Tom
Focht, Frank Breeding, Lynn Phillabaurn, Bo Null, Larry
Wysong, Noel Keener, Fred Mendenhall, and Paul Leather-
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Standing left to right: Fred Shaner, Ken Focht, Duane
Focht, Dick Erbaugh, Paul Leatherman, Junior Keener, Bo
Null, Lynn Phillabaum. Kneeling: Noel Keener, Fred Mend
enhall, Ronnie Harsha, Billy Boyer, George Shell, Clyde
Spacht, Terry Holland, Mr. Emrick.
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The Echo Staff pubhshed e1ght ed1t1ons throughout thls year The staff was one of the
best but at tlrnes they d1dn'tqu1te meet the1r deadllnes Ten staff members w1ll gradu
ate th1s year leavlng the staff w1th fourteen veterans Th1s IS the twelfth year for the
ECHO at Farmerswlle Members of the staff are as follows
Lynn Morr1son Ed1tor Jamce Bowser Ass1stant Echtor Lo1s Jackson Busmness Man
ager Sydney Wheeler and Ruth Ann Puls Soclety Edltors Carolyn Coffman and Karen
Sears H1gh School Ed1tors Kay Lawson and Rosahe Fr1end Grade News Ed1tors Ron
I-Iarsha and Don M1chael Sports Edltors, Sharon Holland, Club News, Martha Sue Hoops
and David Hawvermale, Feature Editorsg Bo Null and Clyde Spacht, Humor Editors, Mary
Lou Focht, Ann Ludy, and Tom Focht, Art Editors, Dearld Armstrong, Dick Erbaugh, and
Sue Kindigg Productiong Ken Focht and Bob Keener, Circulationg and Mrs. England,
Front row: Evalena Miller, Reetha Hendrickson, Virginia Jones, Joyce Cook, Patty Er-
baugh, Martha Sue Hoops, Sydney Wheeler, Karen Hunt, Connie Kesling, Paula Denison.
Second row: Rosalie Friend, Carolyn Friend, Kay Lawson, Wilma Large, Shirley Eby,
Sara Kindig, Loyce Wells, Sally Kindig, Carolyn Coffman, Shelly Nichols, Janice
Bowser, Ruth Ann Puls, Edna Spurlock, Patty Smith, Mrs. Stockslager. Third row: Mar-
garet Moses, Judy Bell, Alene Cornett, Karen Sears, Sharon Focht, Eloise Briggs, Patty
Nichols, Helen Phillips, Marsha Shaffer, Sara Leis, Patty Hobusch. Fourth row: Arleda
Smith, Joan Ashton, Dee Ingham, Rolla Jackson, Irene Erisman, Betty Koogle, Dorla
Izor, Ann Ludy, Sue Kindig, Dorothy Paris, Joan Lauderbeck, Sharon Holland.
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The FHA Chapter at Farmersville was very active this year. They had a cookie Sale
a tea for the eighth grade girls, a style show, and sponsored a valentine dance. With all
this they still found time to earn their Junior and Chapter degrees. Three girls were
privileged to earn their State Homemaker's Degree, they were Carolyn Coffman, Karen
Sears, and Dorothy Paris. Sharon Holland, president of the Chapter this year, received
her State Homemaker's Degree last year.
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Standmg left to r1ght Denms Gambrell Danny Eby Edd1e Nap1er Larry B1ckel Jerry
Bell Don M1chael and Fred Shaner S1tt1ng J1m Gambrell Dav1d Hawvermale Jerry
Eby Terry Caden Geroge Shell Terry Holland M1chael Holland and Frank B1-eed1ng
The FFA Chapter at Farmersvllle was very actwe th1s year also The boys took
held trlps to the Natlonal Lwestock Show and C1nc1nnat1 to see the stockyards and a base
ball game They had several money makmg projects wh1ch were scrap drwes a car
wash and a fox dr1ve The club had many honors th1s year wh1ch were lst place 1n the
D1str1ct Land Judgmg contest and 4th place 1n the D1str1ct Llvestock Show Don M1chael
was prlvmleged to earn the t1tle of State Farmer
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Wood. Mr. Ryan, Director
The Farmersville Higl School Band had a very busy year this year. They
marched at all of the home basketball games. They sponsored an Ice Cream Social
in March, and a Minstrel in May. These projects were to raise money to buy new
band uniforms. Enough money was made to purchase trousers, with the coats to
come later. The band finished the year with a picnic at the Gratis State park.
This year, under the able direction of Patty Smith, a drill team was started at
Farmersville. The girls put on chorus line routines while the band played at the
basketball games. Members of the drill team pictured below are: Patty Smith with
the baton, Dee Ingham, Evalena Miller, Pauline Denison, Sharon Eby, Brenda
Friend, Jovce Jones, Shirley Eby, Shirley Erisman, and Trudy Flook.
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Erisman, Joan Lauderbeck, Eloise Briggs, Rosalie Friend,
Kay Lawson, Margaret Moses, Patty Nichols, Evalena
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Martha Sue Hoops, Virginia Jones, Karen Hunt, Rolla Jack-
son, Joan Craycraft, Paula Denison, Reetha Hendrickson,
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Kindig, Dee Inghani, Ann Ludy, Accompanist, and Mr. Ryan,
Mr. Ryan, Director
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BARBER AND CONLEY, INC.
john Deere Sales and Service
1500 N, Barron St. Phone 10 Eaton, Ohio
MEDFORD AUTO SERVICE THE TOOT DRIVE-lN
A Friendly Place To Eat
New Lebanon, Phone 8-4861
Standard Oil Distributors
Farmersville Phone 38-W
JERRY'S MALT SHOP
FRED MERRIMAN'S FURNITURE
Phones N. L. 8-4529, 8-6152
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CAROL'S BEAUTY SHOPPE School Supplies and Gifts
Walnut Street Phone 112 Milmisbllfg, Ohio
B In l. JEWELERS
N. Main Street
Compliments of BICKEI. PETROLEUM
SHIRLEYYS FURNI1-'JRE Suppliers of Sinclair Products
Miamisburg Ohio Phones, Farmersville 26, Dayton UN 6-5766
SUTTMAN'S MEN AND BOYS WEAR
SLUSSER'S SOHIO SERVICE
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n I Farmersville Phone 40 Ohio
LADIES AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING
Open Friday and Saturday Night
6 E. Center Germantown, Ohio
Phone UL 5-2195
PAFF'S JEWELRY DODD'S FURNITURE STORE
70 South Main Street Miamisburg, Ohio Main and Center Germantown, Ohio
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FOREMAN'S HARDWARE Compliments of
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Rural Bottled Gas
DRAYER MOTOR SALES
Dodge and Plymouth
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Columbia and Keepsake Registered Diamonds
DOROTHY'S BEAUTY SHOP
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Phone UN 6-1114
L. RIEGEL AND SONS
Phone 1 13-W Farmersville
KARNS AND SON
Your Home Should Come First
New Lebanon, Phone 8-8121
New Lebanon, Ohio
LEE BELL'S GROCERY
Grocery and Meat Market
As the old adage goes: "While the cat is away the mice will play."
Three guesses who was at a Principal's meeting!!!
TOBIAS SHEET METAL CO.
5830 W. 3rd St. Dayton, Ohio AM 8-3841
Heating, Air Conditioning, Sheet Metalwork
VOGUE'S BARBER SHOP
CAPITOL DRY CLEANING
West Alexandria, Ohio
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