Farmington High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Farmington, IL)
- Class of 1959
Page 1 of 100
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1959 volume:
We the Iomaguu edltors
and members of the Senmr C lass
1959 Iojagczn to xou the
students teachers and alumm
of Farmlngton C ommumty
YY e haxe complled this
so that os er the X ears
the memors of the Wonderful
txmes we haxe had here
Wlll not be dlmmed
but Wlll stxll he und ln
our mmds lt IS our hope that
ln the xe'1rs to eome xou null
recelxe almost Qs mueh
enjm ment from the
IS xou ehd ln aetu llly hung
the experiences that lt
The Student Life in Farmington
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Community High School
It is with a great deal of pleasure that
we, the class of 1959, dedicate the
'59 Voyzgezn' to you, Mr. Fann. Your
many hours of service to the class and the
wisdom and good judgment with which
you have guided us have made you
especially worthy of this honor. Your
guidance will long he remembered by
erich of us. This dedication is just one
way in which we can say, "Thank you,
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Homecoming Court: Joanetta Lapsley: Carol
Kepple: Janice Manuel: Kay Brewer: Mary Jo
Sutton, Queen: John Griggs, King: Judy Thomp-
son: Pat Severt: Shirley Starcevich.
John Griggs and Mary Jo Sutton
The Senior bid-2nd place.
To start this years Homecoming activ-
ities, a pep rally, bonfire, and snake
dance were held on Thursday evening.
Friday morning, finishing touches were
put on the floats for the afternoon parade.
The Y. F. C. won first place with
their float entitled "Victory Through
Christ." Second place honors went to
the Senior Class with their float "Rocket
to Victoryf' and the Freshmen won third
place with "Clean 'Em Up" as their
Friday evening at the game, the Farm-
ers won a 13-0 victory over the Meta-
mora Redbirds. Afterwards, the Spot-
lighters supplied music for the Home-
The students chose Mary 'lo Sutton and
john Griggs to reign over the dance as
King and Queen. The final dance brought
to a close one of the best Homecomings
in recent years. It is one that is sure to
be long remembered.
These are Cheerleaders?
Com' on! Better than that!
On September 19, 1958, all the Freshmen were
made oHicial members of F. C. H. S. The theme
of the day was "Disneyland Characters." Many
of the costumes were very clever.
The ceremonies started with a parade through
town with all the Seniors and their "Freshies"
participating. Then, to the delight of the whole
student body, a program was given by the
Freshmen. It consisted of everything from a hula
hoop contest to egg shampoos. Initiation is a day
that is fun for all - evcn the freshmen.
Flute duet: Deanna Rodgers, Marcia Shotsberger
Clarinet trio: Allen Whited, Dick Clark, Ken Sutton
Cornet trio: Marcia Moul, Bob Myer, Martha Ewalt
These instrumental ensembles received Su-
perior rxtings .lt the District Music Contest
held in Hamilton. The mixed vocal ensemble
pictured on page '9 also received a Superior
Baton duet: Midge Steck, Barb
Mixed brass duet: Bill
Page, Bill Wilson
Drum quintet: Eileen Butler, Linda Monari, Connie Bigliazzi,
Sandra Gould, Pat Bennett
Row l: J. Lapsley, M. Sutton, J. Capron, P. Bennett, S.
Welker, M. Shotsberger, D. Balagna, R. Welker, S. David.
Rcw Z: K. Sutton, A. Rice, M. Ewalt, J. Unsicker, M.
Steck, J. Blackman, J. Vernon, D. Rodgers. Row 3: A.
Whited, D. Bird, J. Griggs, C. Crice, J. Boyer.
Sunday evening, December 21, the choral
groups presented the annual Christmas Can'
tata, "Chimes Of The Holy Night," under
the direction of Miss Carol Casey.
The mixed ensemble opened the singing
with "Fanfare to Christmas." Soloists for
the evening were 'lean Clapron and Chuck
Grice. Pantomime scenes were enacted to give
more meaning to the musical numbers. The
local ministers participated in the service by
giving the invocation. prayer. and benediction.
The performance was closed with the
traditional candle-lighting ceremony as the
participants filed out singing "Silent Night."
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Mother, crowning Sandra Gould,
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Mrs. Eugene Sathoff, Chapter W
Nancy DeFord, Sandra Hensley, Sandra Snyder, Jacki
Middleton, Attendantsg Sandra Gould, Queeng
Suzanne David, Martha Ewalt, Donna Weber,
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The FHA Sweetheart Dance was held on
February 11. Decorations appropriate to
Valentines day brightened the gym. Gordon
Sundburg and his orchestra provided the
music for this event.
On March 7, 1959, one of the most impor-
tant events of the school year took place. The
band presented their annual semi-formal ball
in the fieldhouse. The affair was appropri-
ately called "The Music-Makers, Ball," and
music was supplied by "Speed" Roberts and
the Esquires, a very fine combo from Macomb.
I could have danced all night.
Linda Monari, Kathy Wilson, Attendants:
Deanna Rodgers, Queen: Bill Wilson.
King: Pat Bennett, Diana Balagna, At-
Again this year the Argm staff presented
three one-act plays for the Fireman's Fair.
The comedies, "Last Nights Paper," "Little
Prison," and "Gratitude," were all directed
by the Argnr advisor, Mr. Lawrence Gordon.
Members of the staff who participated in
the plays were 'Iacki Middleton, Judy Mason,
Sheila DeFord, Connie Bigliazzi, Diana Ba-
lagna, Marcia Sliotsberger, Janice Manuel,
Shirley Bly, Julaine LaRue, jim Evans, jim
Boyer, and Leonard Williams.
Cast of "Last Night's Paper": Standing: Sheila Deford,
Jim Evans, Leonard Williams, Julaine LaRue. Seated:
Jim Boyer. Judy Mason.
Cast of "The Little Prison": Julaine LaRue, Shirley Bly,
Janice Manuel, Marcia Shotsberger, Jacki Middleton.
Cast of "Gratitude": Row l: Jacki Middleton, Diana
Balagna, Judy Mason. Row 2: Connie Bigliazzi, Marcia
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Enjoying the delicious smorgasbord
"Stairway to the Stars" was the theme ol
the junior-Senior Prom of 1958 and it really
did provide us with a heavenly night. The
grand march led the eager dancers into a star-
studded, cloud-covered "heaven." where they
danced to lovely music and dined on the most
delicious smorgasbord this side of cloud 17.
Toward the end of the evening, Linda Long
was chosen Queen of the Prom and Ralph
Lane was named King.
After the dancing was over, a moon-light
drive through town led the group to the local
theater where they were treated to a movie
featuring the movie star, Tommy Sands.
Everyone then returned to their private
"heaven" where they were greeted by still
more stars-fthe Arthur Murray Dancers and
Marty Sullivan. Marty spun the records and
the Arthur Murray Dancers gave the crowd
a few pointers on dancing.
By this time dawn was beginning to creep
in so the Junior XVoman's Club served a light
breakfast and sent the tired but happy dancers
on their way.
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Row l Mary Wright, Robert Wilson. Row 2: John Wilson, Howard
Saunders Edwin Coots, Roy Davis. Not Pictured: Robert Woodcock.
The students of F.C. H. S. would like to
say thank you to the board, Mr. David, and
Mr. Radka for the many improvements you
have made in our school. We feel this has
been a very successful year.
Mr. David, who has just finished his first
year as our Principal, came here from Biggs-
ville, He directs all his efforts toward his
important job as Principal.
Mr. Radka, our Assistant Principal, came
here from Hoopeston. Besides his admin-
istrative duties, he teaches two speech classes.
Verle David, Principal
BS., MS., Illinois Stair' Normal Unirrr-
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John Radka, Assisfanf Principal
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W'esIeru I Ili n ois Unirersiiy.
Girls' P. E.
A.B., Unizersity of Nebraska.
English II and IV.
B.S., W'estern Illinois Unizervily.
General Math., Pbysirs.
B.S., Wheaton College. Ciwin-
B.S., Mql., Eur! Texas Shih'
College, Texas Stale College for
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M. Wilson, A. Muzzarelli, P. Starcevich, J. Fleisher
M. Aten, C. Oldfield, H. Cronewold, D. Butler.
M. Ruble, R. Dalton, G. Briggs, E. Johnson, L.
These scholastic leaders of the senior class of 1959
have all done outstanding work in their four years here
at F. C. H. S. To maintain their high average, the "Top
Ten" have worked hard.
Most of these students plan to continue their education.
We believe that the outstanding work they have done will
continue in the future.
In the fall of 1955, the doors of F. C. H. S.
were opened wide, and in came 128 green
Freshmen, the class of '59. Early in the year
we were treated to a line Freshman-Senior
party. Wfe were then full-fledged Farmers.
For our first Homecoming we chose Jean
Capron and Janet Maccanelli as Freshmen at-
tendants, and for our first class officers,
Sandra Gould, Richard Polhemus, and Pat
Bennett were elected. The big social event
of the year was the Freshman-Eighth Grade
dance, at which we played host to the future
As Sophomores, we elected Jean Capron,
Deanna Rodgers, and Judy Mason as our class
leaders. We chose Judy Mason and Ida
Snodgrass as Homecoming attendants, and our
float, "Chew 'Em Up," took top honors in
As upper classmen in F. C. H. S., we chose
John Griggs, Bill Wilson, and Sandra Gut-
shall as class officers. At Homecoming, we
chose Deanna Rodgers and Sandra Gutshall
to be attendants, and again our Hoat, "Spray
'Em Down," took first place in the parade.
Later in the fall, we presented the Junior
Class Play, entitled "Outward Bound," and
selected our class rings. In the spring we
were responsible for one of the biggest social
events in our high school career. We were
hosts to the Seniors in the all-night prom. Our
theme for the event was "Stairway to the
Stars." Everyone said it was a beautiful and
very enjoyable prom.
In the fall of '58, we entered the school to
complete our last year, our number dimin-
ished to 89. We chose Dave Bird, Allen
Shirley Welker . . . ,.., Secretary-Treasurer
Allen Whited .,., .. .. . . . . Vice-President
Dave Bird President
Whited, and Shirley Welker to be class
afiicers for our final year. Initiation came
again, and we were able to take revenge for
what had happened to us four years ago. For
our very last Homecoming of high school
days, we chose Mary Jo Sutton, queen, John
Griggs, king, and Joanetta Lapsley, attendant.
Most of our efforts during this year were
devoted to raising money for the yearbook.
Now we look forward to the future - jobs,
college, or whatever else it may bring.
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againsi Ihr fonxzrnzpfion of flu'
The mouse is miracle r-nougb to
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W'illv lzuifr in band.
Lion among Imlirf.
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not an agriculiurixl.
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Dorff gin' up lbv ship.
Ou his up to fbi' mx! plwivl.
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Bmzrs and linnx groul and gb!
Brtuwn jfs! and earnest
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jus! Ihr kind for spar! I'm tolil.
No man ought to look a giwn
borsr in flu' mouth.
People who make no noise arc
Timo is infnilz' moz'c'mc'nl wilb-
out om' momvnl of rrsl.
W'ifb malice louurd nom' . . .
Sayin' nolbin' is a u'oman's rurrsi
Man is a social animal.
Quivscrnce and kirzdriess go buml
Philosophy is the microscope of
I Consider friendship my grvatvsl
Diligvnn' is ffm molbvr of goml
11's a mad world.
Your order please?
I'll turn over a new leaf.
Laugh away my fears.
A little folly is desirable in him.
Fed like a farmer.
Short but not obscure.
Lore and war, the same lhing.
Never mimi the girls.
I han' never seen a greater mon!
strr or miracle in lhe world than
Make hay while the sun shines.
Laugh izml he merry.
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bm in it .mnzv lir1L'f1u'c' of link
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Mary Jo Sutton
W'm1Jir1g is dvxiiny, and banging
A book of female logir.
Faux am' xlubborn things.
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Themes are done at last!
Come on Steve, make up your
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W'lJat's the hurry?
Shr' shall rise up at the voice of
Fair and softly gors far.
I ugrm' ui1lJ no mnn's opinions. I
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Joe Lansford . , . President
Carol Kepple . . , Vice-President
Dick Chatten , .. ., , Secretary-Treasurer
Marjorie Avery Flo Bain Dixie Baird Diana Balagna
Kenny Bennett Connie Bigliazzi Gail Boyer Roger Boyer
The class of '60 arrived 126 strong at the gates
of F. C. H. S. in '56, To begin their high school
days on the right foot, they elected Flo Bain
President of the class, Ralph Higgs Vice-Presi-
dent, and Carol Gray Secretary-Treasurer. They
chose Carol Kepple, Karmen Dennis, and Diana
Balagna to represent them on the Student Council.
Their Sophomore year was a very successful
one, although the class had dwindled to 120.
Larry Fatheree, Kenny Bennett, and Jeri Ehren-
hart took over the duties as officers. At this time
Susan Wagner, Carol Gray, and Nancy Weerts
were elected to the student Council.
At the start of their Junior year, the class of
'60 began the back-breaking task of raising money
for the junior-Senior Prom. In charge of this task
were Joe Lansford, Presidentg Carol Kepple, Vice-
Presidentg and Dick Chatten, Secretary-Treasurer.
The prom was worth every bit of effort put into
it and the class is now looking forward to their
Carole Hall Dannie Heffern Verle Helle Ralph Higgs John
Kay Huey Frank Jines Jim Johnson Carol Kepple Mary Kimzey
Anyone for buffalo?
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Barbara King Melva Krey
Joe Lansford Jane Lightfoot
Dennis Quin Kenneth Robertson Ronald Rohrer Helen Sathoff Beverly Seitz
Marcia Shotsberger Pamela Sims Roy Sizor Sandra Snyder Karen Stanley
David Abel Connie Aery Deanna Albrecht Andy Almasi
Walter Black Shirley Bly Charles Bolton Mike Bower
Ferris Callihan Larry Cecil Margaret Clardy Carol Connor
Karen Dixon Roger Doubet John Dykeman Carolyn Effland
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Berwyn Anderson Larry Anderson Paul Anderson Dale Benson
Ronald Boyer Beverly Burbidge Frances Burdess Eileen
Dave Coots Harold Davis John Davis Larry Dicks
Patricia Emery Linda Evans Lana Ewalt Martha
Karen Gooding Secretary-Treasurer
Ron Patterson President
Bill Swigert Vice-President
The class of 61 entered hlgh school vuth 149 members
Returning rn 58 were only 124 of the Oflglflill mem
bers. The class offlcers chosen for thxs year were Ron
Patterson, B111 Svugert and Karen Goodmg amce
Manuel and Pat Sexert xx ere chosen as homecoming at
tendants. Newly elected Student Councnl members were
Valerie Hudson and Ray Pensho The sophomores fin
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Harold Passmore Judie Passmore Ron Patterson Von Patterson
Dian Reid Jack Richards Terry Richards Elaine Rosa
Midge Steck Charles Stufflebeam Alan Sutton Karen Sutton
Tom Wallace Connie Warner Jim Webb Roy Wheeler
Marjorie Williams Dean Wilson aedean Windlsh Dennis Yocum Lois Zessin
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Judy Thompson Secretary-Treasurer
Jim Ehrenhart Vice-President
Randy Welch President
At the beginning of this year, 115 Freshmen, the
class of '62, entered F. CQ. H. S.
XVork was stopped long enough in the fall so that
the Freshmen could enjoy initiation, and later, so they
could attend Homecoming ceremonies. The Freshman
Hoat, "Clean 'Em Up," took third place honors. Near
the end of the year, time was again taken out by the
Freshmen to play hosts at the Freshman-Eighth Grade
Gene Anderson Evelyn Andrews Richard Archdale Norman Bain Bob Balagna Mike Balagna Dennis Bankert Jean Baudino
John Bennett Lester Bohannon Mac Brawner Kay Brewer Roger Buckley Janice Carson Larry Chatten Alberta Cleavinger
Judy Collins Rosalie Columbia Nancy Davis Nancy Deford Robert Edwards Ronald Edwards James Ehrenhart Bob Evans
Joe Fennell Pat Fresia Tana Gaipo Allan Gold Carol Gooding Ella Grady Richard Hagaman Dwight Helle
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Earl Peters Barba a Phllllps Ronnie Polhemus Janice Ponzel Roger Quin Cliff Ray Ann Rice
The fun's just beginning, Freshiesl
Sathoff Danny Saunders Tina Schaer Bonnie Schoonover Frieda Schulz Terry Sewell Vicky Siepel
Starccvich Nancy Stear Kay Stevens Sharon Suydam Wally Suydam Cary Swigert Carl Taylor
Thompson Jeanne Toohill Stan Turbett Barbara Wakefield Richard Warfield Donna Weber Randy Welch
Welker Hershel West Audrey White Kathleen Wilson Daniel Wyss Carol Youngblood Mary Zook
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Harold Bowen, Walt Grebe, Vic Durchholz, coaches
"It was one of the best seasons I've had
since l've been at Farmington. I never ex-
pected to win half of the games."
That was Mr. Grebes comment on the '58
football season, and everyone agreed with
The varsity football squad, one of the
lightest teams in several years, started the
season off with an impressive 22 to 6 win
against Havana. Farmington ended up on the
short end of a 14 to O score against powerful
jacksonville I. S. D., and also came out as
losers against Chillicothe in a 19 to 7 game.
However, the team bounced back to Hnish the
year without another defeat, beating Morton
26 to U, XY'ashington I-4 to 6, Eureka 26 to
12, Metamora 13 to 0, Tremont 28 to U, and
Canton 13 to 12.
In the annual game with arch-rival Canton.
the Farmers pulled a thrilling fourth quarter
upset to defeat the Little Giants 15 to I2 and
to end the season with a very impressive 7-2
record and as second place team in the Illio.
Steve Carlish, Dick Wilson, managers
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Chillicothe ............. 7 - 19
Morton .,.. 26 - U
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Eureka ....,. 26 - 12
Metamora 15 - U
Tremont ..,. 28 - 0
Canton .... 13 - 12
Row l: C. Taylor, B. Evans, T. Sewell. M. McMahcn, J. Rut-
ledge, C. Stuftlebeam, L. Anderson, B. Bafagna, K. Welker, R.
Welch, J. Bennett. H. West, R. Noel. K. Krey, L. Bohannon,
M, Balagna, J. Ehrenhart, M. Brawner, K. Holly, D. Wilson,
Row Z: L. Fatheree, H. Passmore, T. Richards, A. Almasi, M.
Beecher, R. Sonnemaker, K. Bennett, J. McEIwee, C. Tuttle.
R. Riccioni, D. Wilson. D. Chatten, J, Davis, L. Lane, W. Black,
C. Bolton, R. Doubet, D. Stufflebeamg W. Grebe, Coach:
H. Bowen, Coach.
Rcw 3: V. Durchholz, Coach: C. Archdale, D. Snyder, J. Lans-
ford, J. Burdess, A. Jacobs, J. Boyer, J. Griggs, H. Carlish, E.
Plumer, R. Sewell, J. Evans, D. Bird, L. Williams, L. Polito
B. Neal, J. Stevens, B. Crgurich, D. Riccioni.
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ing of Harold Bowen, finished the '58-'59
basketball season as County Champions and
holders of the second place title in the Illio,
second only to the powerful Morton Potters.
The seasons record of 16 wins and 11 losses
was not exceptional, but was still an indica-
tion that the Farmers won their share of the
The Farmers' trademark this year seemed
to be a fourth quarter rally in which they
came from behind to tie the game for an
overtime. Sometimes the rally fell short of
its mark and the Farmers went down to de-
feat, but more often the team came out on
the long end of a close score. The games all
year long were tense and exciting because of
For the third consecutive year, the Farmers
reached the finals of the Regional Tourna-
ment. A powerful Canton team ended any
hopes of Sectional play.
The prospects for next season look very
good. The team does lose Bill Wilson, Bob
Almasi, and Gary Boyer, but the Farmers will
have three of their starters back, and an
excellent bench to back them up.
D Murphy, G. Boyer, B. Almasi, R. Rohrer, D. Chatten, J. Lansford, D. Snyder, J. McEIwee, G. Tuttle, R. Patterson, B. Wilson,
Harold "Tuffy" Bowen, Vic Durcllholz, coaches. Kenny Welker, Larry Chatten, managers.
WE THEY WI THEY
Tremont ..... 40 - 51 Canton ........ 65 79
CIIDIOH ..,..., 35 - 51 Metamora ..... 60 55
V21llCy ,... 70 - 61 Valley .,..,......... 58 56
Morton ..... 71 - 68 Corpus Christi 42 46
DePue .......... 61 - 66 Cuba ..............., 73 43
Lewistown ......, 45 - 49 Morton ..... 65 - 69
Xllfashington ..... 66 - 78 Tremont ..,, 53 51
Abingdon .... 53 - 57 Eureka ........ 70 67
Spalding ...... 51 - 53 Chillicothe ..... 62 59
Eureka ....... 76 - 66 LaFayette .... 65 545'
Metamora ,... 76 - 68 Elmwood ..... 66 545'
Chillicothe ....... 51 - 49 Canton ..... 53 781'
Richwoods .... 59 - 44
Lewistown ,,,,,,. 53 - 46
Valley .......... 55 - 45 indicates tournament games
Delbert Snyder Ronald Rohrer Don Murphy Ron Patterson
Cary Boyer Dick Chatten Gene Tuttle Jim McElwee
C. Bolton, M. Brawner, J. Bennett, B. Hoffman, R. Welch, T. Richards, M. Mooney W. Kersh
D. Wilson, W. Black, R. Riccioni L. Dicks.
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Row I. R. Riccioni D. Stufflebeam, R. Kepler, R. Welch, S.
Turbett, Welker, D. Abel. Row 2: Bennett, L. Dicks,
F. Fresia, J. Isbell, J. Lansford, J. Burdess. J. McElwee, T.
Richards. Row 3: M. Brawner, R. Warfield, D. Murphy,
R. Almasi, R. Patterson, C. Bolton, J. Appell, J. Bennett.
Walt Grebe, Coach
The baseball team, coached by Mr. Grebe,
compiled an outstanding record of ll wins
and 6 losses during last years season. The
team won the Canton Regional tournament,
and went as far as the East Peoria Sectional,
where they were finally beaten. They shared
first place honors in the Illio with Chillicothe.
Mr. Grebe and the Players are to be con-
gratulated on a line season last year and on
another fine one this year.
Vic Durchholz, Coach
This years track team. strengthened hy the
return of ten lettermen, should equal or better
the fine record set by last years team.
The team last year placed 3rd in the lllio
and 2nd in the County, the two big meets of
the year. Farmington had one representative
in the State Track Meet last year. jim Plumer
cleared 11' 10" in the pole vault to qualify
for the semifinals. but failed to place the next
Row l: R. Riccioni, R. Boyer, J. Davis, G. Archdale, R. Doubet,
R P Ih m . Ehr nh rt A. Almasi D. Stufflebeam. Row 2'
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L. Chatten, J. Burdess, J. Boyer, J. Evans. R. Sonnemaker, L.
Polito. J. Resch, B. Crgurich, B. Hoffman. Row 3: D. Wilson,
A. Whited, R. Warfield. B. Celtmaker, D. Murphy, B. Wilson.
C. Boyer. C. Deakin, D. Murphy. J. lsbell. H. West.
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Ten enthusiastic, hard-working girls did a good job in
cheering our athletic teams on to victory this year.
The varsity cheerleaders, all of them veterans of lSNl"s
Cheerleading Summer School, worked very hard during the
year. Linder the direction of Miss Roberts and Mr. Grebe,
pep meetings and programs vvere organized to strengthen
The junior varsity cheerleaders also did an excellent piece
of work. Although Linda Monari was the only experienced
member of this group, these girls helped give ideas and spirit.
Varsity basketball cheerleaders: Judy Mason, Pat
Bennett, Carol Kepple, Diana Balagna, Beverly Seitz,
Football cheerleaders: Beverly Seitz, Pat Bennett, Carol
Kepple, Judy Mason, Diana Balagna, Deanna Rodgers.
Junior varsity cheerleaders: Kathy Wilson, Von Patterson,
Linda Monari, Karen Sutton.
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R wl L Zessrn M Zook C Painter S Starcevlch P Morgan B Sertz T Galpo J Maccanellr J LaRue B
Peoples M Steck J Thomas K Sutton J Hall L Monarl A Moll L Ewalt M Morgan Row 2 N Weerts
M Youngblood K Terry M Francisco M Chockley J Carson T Schaer P Fresra M Williams M Ewalt M Moul
D Reid J Unslcker C Connor S Bly C Warner L Painter Row3 C Aery S McEIwee J Schilling H Swanson
M Workman B Kung C Cray J Toohlll R Columbia A Rlce J Colllns V Kersh N Davis K Wilson L Evans
R Powell Row 4 C Stufflebeam R Bltner K Dennis R Swanson S Penn J Doubet J Harper N Baird J
Blackman R Welker C Kinney D Albrecht C Gibbs S Suydam K Brewer J Baudrno C Gooding S Starcevlch.
The GAA girls of F C H S participate in an
interesting and widely varied program This year
under the advisorship of Miss Sylyia Roberts
they enjoyed another successful year.
During the fall the girls sponsored a dance and
a slumber party in the field house.
Winter activities included bowling, swimming,
Sylvia Roberts, advisor
Row 5: M. Gilpin, C. Morris, M. Gilpin, J. Edwards,
D. Baird, V. Mudd, J. Chaney, F. Bain, C. Bigliazzi,
S. Akin, A. Lewis, K. Dixon, E. Butler, M. Plumer. J.
Capron, S. Welker. M. Sutton. Row 6: R. Wilcox.
J. Williams, A. Postin, H. Mudd, K. Passent, B.
Gilstrap, K. Gooding, J. Ehrenhart. D. Balagna.
K. Huey. C. Kepple, M. Shotsberger, D. Rodgers, P.
Bennett, J. Lapsley, J. Mason.
h.1sketb.1ll, x'olleyh.1ll. and 41 play day with the
Yates City GAA.
In the spring, activities such as Camping trips. 1
spring c.1rnix'.il, and slop hop were enjoyed. The
girls also attended the spring play day at Canton.
At the end of the ye.1r, awards are presented
to the girls xx ho have successfully met the require-
ments set up by the organization.
Row l: A. Whited, K. Sutton, C. Youngblood, A. Lewis, S. David, N. Martin, L. Ewalt, M. Steck, G. Boyer, C. Hall,
D. Rodgers, M. Shotsberger. Row 2: M. Youngblood, D. Balagna, K. Bennett, K. Sutton, D. Reid, R. Higgs, J.
Toohill, J. Toohill, H. Sathoff, M. Brawner, G. Tuttle, D. Baird, S. Snyder, V. Lane, J. Blackman.
Every sixth hour, strains of music can be
heard issuing from the band room. The band
members and their director, Mr. Kamm, do a
lot of hard work and Farmington High School
is proud of the results they achieve.
This year's band has had a really busy year.
The concert band played for three major
concerts -the Christmas Concert, the Spring
Concert, and the Fulton County Band Festival
in Canton. The band also gave summer per- I
formances, played for all home basketball and C
football games, and participated in the contests 3 . A
in the spring.
The band members should be commended
Louis Polito, Vice-President
' q Wanda Campbell, Secretary-Treasurer
for the excellent job they have done this year. Bill Wilggn, president
Row 3' J. Hick J. Hall S. DeFord, C. Coots, K. Dixon, J. Baudino, B. C-ilstrap, M. Plumer, M. Woodruff, W. Suydam, K. Fahnestock,
M Morrl B MMers R llohrer M Ewan, s. wnsorr, P. Fresia, F. soar, J. Holdradgo, K. Possorrr, J. Thomas, R. Dorrbor, s. Starcevich,
W. corrroboii, B. arlrrorr. Roml 41' R. Korrrrrr, orrocror, P. Bennett, s. could, D. Hagaman, N. Boar, L. Morrorr, c. Baglioni, E. Butler,
B Peo les W Black J Hick L. Polito, M. Clardy, J. Mannock, C. Connor, T. Hick, M. Balagna, J. Bennett, A. Sutton, C. Crice.
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B. Page, J. Unsicker, K. Wilson.
Majorettes: Betty Gilstrap, Margaret Clardy, Midge Steck,
Deanna Rodqers. Lana Ewalt. Sunr-no David. K:-on S--fton.
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Row l: J. LaRue, R. Welker, D. Baird, D. Albrecht, E. Butler, V. Hudson, J. Manock, B. Peoples, A. Moll, A. Windish, C. Aery, C
McKeever, C. Youngblood, L. Monari, J. Hall, L. Zessin, F. Burdess, C. Gibbs, C. Kepple, M. Shotsberger, B. Wakefield. Row 2: J
Collins, S. McElwee, S. Starcevich, M. Lacey, E. Rosa, N. Stear, K. Sutton, J. Vernon, L. Johnson, J. Ehrenhart, A. White, C. Gray
D. Rodgers, S. Welker, P. Bennett, J. Capron, M. Sutton, J. Lapsley, B. Gilstrap, C. Warner, B. Neill, B. Seitz, K. Wilson. Row 3
M. Gilpin, J. Carson, M. Gilpin, J. Edwards, M. Ewalt, N. Martin, J. Unsicker, K. Gooding, G. Painter, N. Nannen, V. Lane, H
Sathoff, J. Hick, M. Steck, L. Ewalt, S. Mooney, C. Kinney, M. Zook, C. Morris, B. Schoonover, E. Andrews. Row 4: P. Helle
K. Brewer, S. Suydam, N. Davis, R. Windish, M. Francisco, D. Balagna, E. Grady, T. Schaer, A. Rice, C. Connor, M. Moul, J. Thomas
P. Sims, D. Reid, K. Dixon, S. David, C. Hall, A. Lewis, K. Dennis, S. Snyder, J, Baudino.
The Clliristmas C3.flf.1f.l, Spring Concert. .ind
County Cliorus Festival were the higlmliglits of
the year for the hard-working girls division of
time chorus. The girls xx'm'l4eLl lmrel for these
events, .inil tlie result xxpis very pleasant inileeil. '-
Carol Casey. director
The mixed chorus. one of thc- finest vocal
groups in lf. CQ. H. S.. gnc several tinc perform-
.inccs during the school yc-.1r. The first, .intl one
of the hcst, was the Christmls C.1nt.1t.i. The
group .ilso piirticipatccl in thc Spring Concert. thc
Fulton County Chorus Festival. .intl thc chorus
Row l: A. Moll, J. Hall, J. Manock, E. Butler, V. Hudson, A. Lewis, C. Cray, B. Seitz, K. Sutton. J. Vernon, J. Lapsley, J. Capron, M
Sutton, S. David, C. Hall, L. Monari. Row 2: M. Shorsberger, C. Kepple, R. Welker, D. Balagna, M. Francisco, K. Dixon, M. Ewalt
M. Moul, C, Connor, S. Snyder, K. Dennis, J. LaRue, D. Rodgers, S. Welker, P. Bennett. Row 3: K. Holly, D. Abel, J. Fennell, L. Ewalt
M, Steck, K. Gooding, N. Nannen, V. Lane, H. Sathoff, C. Painter, J. Unsicker, J. Ehrenhart, P. Anderson, G. Archdale, D. Polhemus
Row 4: D. Coots. C. Sathoff, H. Fritz, J. Boyer, C. Grice, J. Griggs, B. Wilson, B. Page, D. Wilson, A. Whited, P. Hoffman, D. Lightfoot
L, Dicks, J. Davis.
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Row I: K. Welker, J. Fennell, G. Archdale, J. Davis, P. Anderson, D. Polhemus, D. Abel. Row 2: K. Holly, L. Dicks, D.
Lightfoot, B. Hoffman, J. Boyer, H. Fritz. E. Safhoff. Row 3: D. Coofs, C. Grice, J. Griggs, B. Wilson, B. Page. D. Wilson,
Accompanists: J. Ehrenhart, K. Dennis, E. Butler,
Although the boys chorus was small in number
this year, they made up for it in enthusiasm and
musicianship. Under the direction of Miss Casey,
the boys participated in the Christmas Cantata,
the chorus contest, and the Spring Concert. They
did a very fine job, and Miss Casey can be proud
of the excellent work that she did with this group.
The ensembles act as unofficial good-will am-
bassadors for F. C. H. S. During the year they
provide entertainment for various organizations
in the community besides participating in the
vocal contests in the spring.
The membership of these groups is determined
by competitive try-outs early in the fall, and being
1 member is considered quite an honor.
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Mixed Ensemble: Row l: P. Bennett,
J. Capron. S. David, D. Rodgers, S.
Welker, D. Balagna, M. Shotsberger.
M. Sutton. Row 2: D. Polhemus, C.
Grice, B. Page, B. Wilson, D. Bird,
J. Griggs, J. Boyer, C. Archdale not
Girls' Triple Trio: Row li C. Hall,
R, Welker, E. Butler, N, Davis. Row
Z: L. Ewalt. J. Ehrenliart. K. Dixon.
C. Connor, M. Ewalt.
Jean Capron, make up editor: Judy Too-
hill, editorg Bill Page, editor: Bill Wilson,
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Louise Mackey, Betty Ferguson, advisors
Pat Bennett. Evelyn White, Alice Windish, typists
l just can't seem to find it, Mrs. Bishop.
Replacing books on shelves, keeping the
magazine rack neatly arranged. Checking out
booksgthese are only a few of the jobs
which the library cadets do in our school.
These students donate their own time to this
Under the direction of Mrs. Bishop, our
librarian, and Miss Casey, the cadets keep the
library in tip-top shape.
Row l: A. Windish. V. Hudsont E. Derr, M. Workman.
H. Mudd. I ' ' A
Row Z: N. Baud, J. Shilling, L. Painter, C. Hall, S
Snyder, B, Burton, M. Ferguson.
Row 3: S. Cutshall. J. Harper, R. Bitner, V. Mudd, J
Williams, M. Williams, R. Powell.
Just think, someday they'Il have to cook for us!
Row l: V Hudson. F Burdess, B Cilstra ,J Middleton J. La sle D.
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Rodgers, A. Lewis, J. Manock, E. Grady, L. Zessin, D. Weber, S. Hensley
Row 2: J. Biederbeck, A. Windish, J. Lightfoot, S. David, P. Fresia, B
Morse, M. Francisco, K. Stanley, B. Wakefield, L. Johnson, C. Effland
Row 3: R. Windish, J. Lightfoot, J. Burbidge, B. Burton, C. Coots, E
Andrews, J. Toohill, M. Zook, S. Snyder, S. Could, S. Cutshall, W. Camp-
bell, M. Haist.
Row 4: S. Starcevich, C. Gooding, M. Kimzey, M. Ewalt, M. Williams.
M. Krey, J. Toohill, N. Nannen, G. Boyer, H. Sathoff, K. Gooding, K
Passent, B. Schoonover, P. Utsinger, C. Hall.
Row l: C. Hall, Presidentg J. Manock, Treas-
urer. Row 2: P. Helleg L. Johnsong S. Snyder:
B. Morse, Vice-President. Row 3: J. Light-
foot, H. Sathoff, Secretary, J. Burbidge.
Mrs. Ann White and Miss Marianne Clinch,
One of the most actiye and worthwhile organi-
zations F. Ci. H. S has is that group otiicially
known as the FHA. The purpose of the club is
to prepare high school girls for their future jobs
as homemakers. There are many facets to the
program which is set up to accomplish this. The
most enjoyable side of this program is social
activities. The Farmington Chapter annually
sponsors the FHA Formal Ball and the FHA-
FFA party. They also participate in family out-
ings and family nights.
A second side to this program is the com-
munity projects, ranging from Christmas caroling
to charity work. These projects are carried out
on a local, state. and national level.
The last and most important facet is that of
self-improvement. By working for the different
degrees awarded for achievements, the girls in-
crease their knowledge so that they will be better
homemakers in the future.
Miss Roberts, Advisor: Mary Jo Sutton, Secretary-Treasurer:
Mr. Grebe, Advisorg Dave Stufflebeam, President: John Griggs.
The Pep Club, under the direction of Miss
Roberts and Mr. Grebe, worked hard this year to
carry out its obligation to the school. The task
of this group is to cheer the teams on to
This year's Pep Club was led by Dave Stuffle-
Oh, when the saints . . .
beam, president, Mary Jo Sutton, secretary-
treasurerg and john Griggs, vice-president.
The Pep Club cooperated with the Student
Council in planning a program to honor the ath-
letes. Toward the end of the year, a party was
sponsored by the club for its members.
Lookit, Mama. paratroopers!
Sing pretty. girls!
Row l: F. Burdess N. Davis, S. Wa ner, C. Kepple, J.
Middleton, K. Brewer, E. Butler.
Row 2: V. Hudson, D. Balagna, C. Gray, N. Weerts.
N. Nannen, J. Toohill, K. Dennis, B. Burton.
Row 3: R. Polhemus, L. Parr, J. Boyer, R. Higgs, B. Page,
R. Perisho, J. Appell, J. Stevens, D. Coots.
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Row l: D. Balagna, Reporterg R. Polhemus, Sergeant-at-Armsg S.
Row 2: J. Stevens, Vice-Presidentg J. Boyer, President: Miss Mackey.
Advisorg B. Page, Parliamentariang J. Appell, Treasurer.
Wielding the gavel in this years Student Coun-
cil was President, Jirn Boyer. The Council held
monthly meetings here at school and a few night
Because the Council was limited to these meet-
ings, there were, perhaps, not as many projects as
in former years. During the summer, the student
handbook was revised and then distributed near
the beginning of the year. At Christmas, food
for needy families was collected. After the spring
convention and election of officers, the Council
sponsored an honor assembly held in the evening.
Parents of the students were invited to attend.
F. C. H. S. students, or at least those mem-
bers belonging to the Science Club, go right
along with the national interest in this very
The Science Club is one of our newest or-
ganizations, with this being its second year.
The members have been slowly adding equip-
ment to their array of apparatus.
At the meetings. the science teachers have
given some interesting talks and demon-
strations. Mr, Bowen talked and gave a
demonstration on the use of civil defense
equipment, Mr. Henderson showed his tele-
scope, and Mr. XXfalkwitz demonstrated the
printing of negatives.
Row l: H. Fritz, Vice-President: W. Colvin Secretary Treas
Row 2: Mr, Walkwitz, Advisor, J. Holdridge Presld nt M
Row l: A. Roberts, D. Benson, T. Lucas, W. Suydam, R.
Boyer, T. Murphy, R. Myer.
Row 2: F. Nelson, T. Buckley. H. Fritz, J. Hick, J, Stevens.
Row 3: J. Richards, J. Black, J. Fahnestock, G. Deakin.
J. Holdridge, R. Perisho, L. Melhouse.
Don't let it get you down. Billl
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Gary Arehdlle 24 31 58 60 67 77 78
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Nancy B11rd 34 72 73 83
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She1la DeFord 21 35 74
Evelyn Derr 36 43 83
Harley Doubet 36
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M1ke Ferrettl 36
Bob Fontana 36
Harold Fr1tz 6 36 72 89
Henry Garhsh 36 59 61 82 90 91
Marmnne Geber 36
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Sandra Gould 17 19 36 74 85 87 90
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Gene Seapeeehx 40 81 90
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Delbert Snyder 34 40 56 58 61 62 63 86
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Jack Steyens 40 59 61 71 80 88 89
Dave Stufliebeam 12 41 59 61 66 67 8 90
Gayla Stufflebeam 41 72 81
Mary Jo Sutton 14 18 38 41 73 76 77 7
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Pat Utsmger 41 85
Judy Vernon 18 24 42 76 77
Marg1e Wake 34 42
Bob W1eland 42
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Evelyn Wh1te 42 80
Allen Wh1ted 17 8 3 33 42 67 74
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