Fowler High School - Golden Memories Yearbook (Fowler, OH)
- Class of 1956
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Editor - - .......
Assistant Editor ---
Class History --,.-
Class Will ---
Assistant .... ..-.--
Class Prophecy --..-
Assistant -,. ..,...
Sports Editor ---.-
Art Editor .... .-
Assistant .... -.-
Picture Editor ---
Typing Editor ....
Business Manager -
---- Donna Kinleyside
-..-..---- Bill Wason
---- Florence Dahmen
-------- Lois Castle
----- Eileen Mullen
----- Lillian McCarthy
----- Sam Marshall
---- Kathryn Rudge
----- Danny McCarthy
------ Joe Crawford
------- Chuck Almburg
--- Mary Frances Klavzar
------ Marjorie Phillips
------- Doris Davis
---- Betty Parkhurst
--------- Jackie Carr
----- Carolyn Callahan
------ Nancy Neal
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We the members of the Senior Class of 1956 wish to dedicate this
annual to Mrs. Virginia Roush and to Mr. Frank Neal with whom we have
happily been associated through our four years of high school. Mrs. Roush
was our sponsor in the ninth, tenth, and eleventh grades and she also directed
our Junior and Senior class plays. Mr. Neal helped us through twelve years of
schooling, assisted us with this annual, and was our Senior class sponsor.
BUARD OF EDUCATION
The Fowler Board of Education presented a bond issue of
S199,000., last November, which the voters of the Township
approved. This bond issue is to be used for much needed im-
provements in the school, including a music room, shop, cafeteria,
teacher's room, and class rooms.
CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE SENIOR cmss or 1956.
Seniors' you are almost at the beginning of a new day, leaving your
high school days behind you. You must look into the future with active minds
and bodies. Your future contains a vital challenge You do not know just
what the future holds for you but you do know that you will no longer be
guided and sheltered as you have been in the past. Seniors' may you always
strive to be a credit to this institution which graduated you-Fowler High
Mr. Jones ,
Mrs. McBride N, .
Mr. Neal -,
Mr. Barbato . .- .
Mrs. James , ,in
Mr. Vuchak , , ,-
Mrs. Rosner -,,,.
Mrs. Carnes ....
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Mrs. Roush --..-
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---- .-,- Grade Five
- --- English
A-- Grade Three
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Charles Almburg lChuckl
Track , . A
Boys Chorus ,
Class Play .
Audrey Gene Barker
High School Chorus .
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Jim Carr l"Fronk Buck"l
Baseball - -7 .
High School Chorus
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Basketball ., . ,
High School Chours
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Annual . 4
School Newspaper . - 3,4
Annual .. . . -e 4
High School Chorus .M A V 3,4
Hi-Teens .. . , 1
Newspaper , , . - 3,4
High School Chorus .... ..... 1 ,2,3,4
Select Chorus -.. , .... 1,2
Band -..-.-.,,--,. 1,2,3,4.
Soft ball -- .-- 1,2
Hi-Teens --,-. 1
County Band -.. 4
Annual ....... 4
Baseball . -. -. ....... ,.--- ., -- 1
High School Chorus U..- - - 1,2,3,4
Select Chorus ,-,-,,..- 1,2,3,4
Hi-Teens .... M. .... W 1
Home Ec. Club --..,-- 3
Band ...... .. ............ .-.- , 1,2,3,4
Class Vice.-President ---- ..- 2
A.nnual ........,.,.., 4
School Paper --., ..... , 4
National Honor Society 4.
County Chorus .........., . , - 2
County Band ........... - 4
Class Play .... 3
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Alvin Harris CAD
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Donna Kinleyside lCleml
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Mary Frances Klavxar
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Eileen Morris Mullen
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glass Secretary .,-,.-
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Betty Parkhurst lBettel
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Howard Sherrett CHowiel
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Thomas Schwartz CToml
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HSI Wlll MID TESTAMEIIT
Her diamond ring wills Dorie,
To Lois Johnson for the glo'ry.
Mary Fran will lend her charm. U '
On Verna Hunter it will do no harm.
Jackie Carr leaves his intellect
In all the halls for Dickie to collect.
His books of Western, leaves Howard
To Jerry Hake who is no coward.
Danny leaves his Ford of blue
To anyone who wants it. Do you?
Tommy wills his farming knowledge
To Bill Ferry. Maybe he'll go to college.
Carolyns quietness we must confess
Would be a great asset to Jimmy Gress.
Donna Stewart with her twirling strut
Leaves it to Beverly Gray who's in a rut.
Audrey Barker leaves her Kinsman boys
To Carolyn Gail and all her toys.
Alvin leaves his California flame.
To Jack Parkhurst to play the game.
Her opinions so many. leaves Eileen
To Florence Neal who thinks they're so keen.
Jim Griffith leaves his absent days
To Chester Smith who's in a daze.
Lily leaves her eyes of green
To the lower grade hepcats for Halloween.
Lois wills her married life
To Shirley Mac. in all her strife.
A boy to every girl leaves Nan
From whom to collect trinkets whenever they can
Marjorie wills her one romance
To Peggy Byerly who'd like a chance.
Sammy leaves his personality divine
To anyone who cusses all the time.
Joe leaves his female suggestions
To all the boys to make impressions.
To Sandra, Bill leaves his dictionary
ln hopes she'1l continue her vocabulary.
Barbie lends her shape and cute smile
On Beverly Haun it'd be worth while.
Cheri leaves her giggle so merry
To a Sophomore boy named Larry.
Her clothes so neat, Florence will offer
On Pat Benning they will prosper.
Katie wills her eyes of brown
To Aurdey to bring Johnny around.
Jim Carr offers his temper and scorn
To the cute Sophomore Buddy Seaborn.
To the Kinsman girls funless joys
The Fowler girls leave the Fowler boys.
Donna lends her pitching arm
To Karen, it may help out in an alarm.
Charles Bradley wills his hair so red
For he thinks Mr. Waters would like it instead.
Her voice and sex appeal leaves Betty
To Mr. Barbarto and his spaghetti.
Charlie Almburg leaves his catman slacks
To that mathematical wizard Mr. Pack.
To our superintendent, Mr. Neal
Who helped to get us over the hill
We leave the books that used to be so new
And who's pages now are very few.
To Mr. Jones, throughout the years
Better students without any fears
We lend them encouragement on January 7
From our Julius Caesar escapade in Grade 11
Though Mr. Jones thought we made a fool of him
We had forgotten Mr. Neal wasn't: in.
We offer Mrs. Roush's room more heat
So that she won't have to freeze her poor feet.
Our catman jive to Mrs. Carnes
For a hepcat dialect in her yarns.
'1'o Mrs. Wasik who teaches Home Ec.
We leave our wild tales for her to collect and inspect
We leave a track team of great speed
To Mr. Vuchak who is greatly in need
We hope they'll come through with flying colors
Instead of black and blue and yellers.
This is the end of our Senior year
Now that we've graduated we have no fear
So let's have a party to show our good cheer
You bring the pretzels and we'll bring
Along the memories of yester-year.
To Mr. Griffin a set of escalators
Instead of each long, high step,
So when you reach the top at last,
You'll have some of your pep.
To Mrs. Lynn and Mrs. Suverison,
We leave appetites small,
So their willing helpers can eat it all.
As the class of '56 was interviewed in the year of 1970.
We find that Alvin Harris is now the owner of the Strong
Aroma Perfume factory located in Fowler.
Audrey Barker, who was once Queen of the Auctions in her
day, is now Mr. Neals private secretary.
n To our surprise William Wason discovered a new way of sav-
mg gas. His motto is "One Pill Will Make Every Hill."
Betty Parkhurst is still attending college where she has just
been promoted to a Sophomore after fourteen years of trying.
Nancy Neal is now married and is furnishing lots of music
with her own little band. But-no clarinets ! ! !
Eileen Morris is now Mrs. Robert Mullen. By the way she
still drivies her blue Henry J. One thing to notice is that the
rear fender is fixed and the back seat is just full of little Bobs.
Sammy Marshall has gone a long way in the world of en-
tertainment since '56. He is still playing with the Polka Jets
who can be seen on T.V. every week.
Jim Griffith is a traveling salesman for the Fuller Brush
Company. But we're sorry to say he still has his '55 Oldsmobile.
Jim Carr is now the owner of Jim's Tavern, located in Fow-
tlielr Center. Fowler was once a dry town but Jim sure changed
It was unfortunate that we were unable to interview Chuck
Almburg for he is on tour with the Barnum and Bailey Circus as
their head muscle man.
We are glad to see Charles Bradley as a very famous author.
He is noted for his weird imagination.
As we looked in on the Crawford ranch in Utah we found
that Joe and Beverly are finally married. Joe has finally reform-
ed from drinking and writing crazy poems about Audrey Barker.
Jackie Carr is the bookkeeper for the Strong Aroma Perfume
Factory. He better be sure that he fixes the books the way he
was taught by Mrs. Roush in high school.
Frank and Lois Castle are getting along fine in their new
home at,Long Beach. They said they and the two children just
love their own private swimming pool.
Donna Kinleyside has taken over the Martha Raye Show and
the critics seem to think she can go even further.
Donna Stewart is now the majorette teacher at good old Fow-
ler Hi and has been for t.he last five years. Her students are the
best in the County.
Mary Klavzar is now a pop singer. She was last seen on the
Polka Jets show and on the Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts show.
Doris Davis now goes by the name of Mrs. Richard Murray.
They are living in Greenland where they're raising a bunch of
Marjorie Phillips and Doug King are still going steady but
haven't thought about tying the 'knot yet. They said they didn't
want to rush things.
Barbara Phillips is eagerly looking for the return of her hus-
band who is still a mystery to all of us.
Cheri Crain is now the Private Secretary of the Strong
Aroma Perfume Company. One thing she never does is sit on
the bosses lap.
We found Lillian McCarthy in Hollywood looking for her
knight in shining armor. She didn't find her knight but she did
lind a Broadway producer. She said the armor would be too
hard to keep clean anyway.
Florence Dahmen, while studying nursing in Cleveland, was
having a hard time keeping her mind on her work and not on the
Carolyn Callahan and Bob Hill have been married for ten
years now. She said her honeymoon has never ended yet.
Howard Sherrett hasn't been heard from for several years.
He is now on the moon and his only way of communicating is by
smoke signals. He must have run out of matches or forgotten
what he was taught as a boyscout.
Danny McCarthy has obtained the late Einsteins position and
is advancing still further.
Tommy Schwartz is now the owner of one of the largest
farms in Ohio. His cows sure are bringing in the money. By the
Kathryn Rudge is a famous Brenton Model in New York.
She can be seen modeling any of the latest French designs.
ln September of 1944 we entered the first grade. Our teach-
er was Miss Guatschi. There were 25 students: Audrey Barker,
Nancy Neal. Mary Frances Klavzar, Kathryn Rudge, Florence
Dahmen, Betty Parkhurst, Kathryn Banning, Phyllis Kerns, Na-
dine Lewis. Donna Lou White, Medina Whitmore, Marlene Yank-
ee, Mildred Smith, Jack Carr, Jim Carr, Tom Schwartz, Charles
Almburg. Bill Ferry, Jerry Hake, Jimmy Rabold, and Maurice
Wazelle. We do not remember to much about our first year of
school. but who could. forget Kathryn Rudge sitting on Miss
We entered the second grade, and checking our roll call, we
found that eight students had left us. They were Wayne Crain,
Kenneth Frazer. Jerry Hake, Maurice Wazelle, Bill Ferry, John
Bechtel, Charles Bradley, and Phyllis Kerns. New students were
Lois Morrison, Eileen Morris, Jackie Snow, and Jim Kovalak.
This year our class was divided. Our teachers were Miss Guat-
schi and Mrs. McRoberts. Gee, Mary, wasn't Jackie Snow cute?
As we entered the third grade, we found Mary sad, Jackie
Snow had moved away. Nadine Lewis, Jim Kovalak, Donna
Lou White, Medina Whitmore, and Marlene Yankee also left.
New students this year were Danny McCarthy, Lillian McCarthy,
Donna Kinleyside, Rita Skinner, Peggy Schmittau, Steve Zolner,
and Janet Stein. But Steve Zolner stayed with us only a short
time. This was the year that Danny and Lillian told everyone
that they were twins. Our teacher was Mrs. McRoberts.
In the fourth grade, Doris Davis, Alvin Harris, Bill Wason,
LaDonna McClellan, Donald Woods, Sue Dunlap, Leroy Arm-
strong, Tommy Sprankle, were the new students. But Sue Dun-
lap, and Donald Woods stayed only half a year. Rita Skinner
also left this year. Our teacher was Mrs. Bequeath.
Cheri Crain was the only new student in our fifth grade.
Jim Rabold and Mildred Smith left us. Our class was divided
again this year. Our teachers were Mrs. Block and Mrs. Mc-
Bride. Mrs. Block tried to teach us the 'Virginia Reel'. but . . .
In the sixth grade Carolyn Callahan, Marjorie Phillips, and
Barbara Phillips came to our school. No students could bear to
leave us by now. Our teacher was Mrs. McBride. We thought
we had acquired our maximum knowledge as we left grade
As we entered the seventh grade, we had brand-new desks to
write our names on. This was because we were the first class in
the rooms which had been burned in the fire of the previous year.
George Ball came, and left this year. LaDonna McClellan also
left this year. We began saving money for our Senior trip. Our
first project was the magazine sales contest which we won. Our
patient sponsor was Mr. Kurkura. After he left for the Army Mr.
Brannon took over.
Our eighth grade gave us only one new student, Howard
Sherrett. Lewis Hake and Tommy Sprankle left. We won the
magazine contest again this year. We were in the same room as
last year. Our sponsor was Mrs. Jones. Eileen Morris was going
to "leave this place for good", but after two months in Arizona,
she came back.
We were now in high school. This was the year we had been
waiting for. because our home room was now study hall. Carol
Starky was our only new student, and she stayed only a short
time. Peggy Schmittau, went to St. Mary's in Warren. Florence
Dahmen was absent from school for two months. The girls in our
clam were initiated by the Hi-Teens in the school gym. Our
teachers were: Mr. Jones, Mr. Savka, Mr. Wise, Mr. Prell, Mrs.
Harris, and Mrs. Jones.
No new students came to our class in the tenth grade. Kath-
ryn Banning left in the middle of the year. Mrs. Roush was our
sponsor again this year. Our teachers were: Miss Kerola, Mrs.
Roush. Mrs. Hollingshead. Mrs. Carnes, Mr. Jones, Mr. Wise, and
Mr. Prell. Our class and the Spanish class sponsored a Christmas
program. directed by Miss Kenola, for the assembly. We didn't
make any money, but it was fun. Mr. Wise taught us to spell
Five new students came in our Junior year. They were
Charles Bradley. Jim Griiiitth, Joe Crawford, Sam Marshall and
Donna Stewart. Janet Stein left in the middle of the year. Our
sponsor was again Mrs. Roush. Our teachers were Mrs. DeFede,
Mrs. Carnes. Mrs. Roush, Mr. McGintey, Mr. Jones, Mr. Webb,
and Miss Mantas.
Our Junior Play was entitled "The Eager Miss Beaver." We
had a number of projects which gave us a bank account, at the
end of the year, of nearly 51200. In the spring we gave a prom
for the Seniors. This was the year that the romance between
Donna Stewart and Danny McCarthy began. Nancy Neal and
Sam Marshall also fell this year.
In the summer between our Junior and Senior years, the
girls in our class spent a week vacation at Lake Erie with Mrs.
Carnes and Mrs. DeFede. Mrs. Carnes, don't you think our ser-
enade the last night was truly beautiful? There's something about
hitting rocks together at 2 a. in. that is so exciting. By the way
Lillian, who were we serenading?
We entered our Senior year in 1955. Since Ed Wessinger
had left, our enrollment was 28. This year our sponsor was Mr.
Neal. Our teachers were Mr. Jones, Mr. Pack, Mr. Waters, Mr.
Neal, Mr. Vuchak, Mrs. Carnes, Mrs. Wasik, Mrs. Roush, and Mr.
Our Senior play was in May. The Juniors had a prom in
our honor in May also. Lois Morrison decided to change her
name to Castle. Doris Davis is thinking of a name change too.
This was the year of pajama parties. Nancy Neal and Flor-
ence Dahmen alternated every few weeks. How about that one
when the entire class cameg plus the Polka Jets!
We hear everyone talking about the college that they want
to attend in the fall, but we know they secretly want to get a
5100 a-week job, or a marriage license.
Our class is eagerly looking forward to commencement, and
the trip to Washington. But although we will be glad to be out
of school, we will really miss the wonderful times we have had
WHISPERIN G HOPE
Honored guests on the Silver Belle,
Seniors at Fowler, Class of '56,
Passing time soon will tell
If our course and life will mix.
The waves may be choppy and rough,
We might even ride out a storm:
But if we try valiantly enough,
To keep "Whispering Hope" warm.
Our ship will surely come in
And glide to a sheltering dock,
Loaded and jilled to the top of each bin
With well-earned world's precious stock.
We have held a happy four year berth
On this our high school ship,
We'd exchange for nothing on earth
What we've gained on our educational trip
For you, the underclassmen
A simple word from the wise,
Keep your course straight and true
Because you will soon realize.
Your own personal success
Depends on cargo and crew,
May God speed you on your trip,
And the best of luck to you!
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BACK ROW-Left to Right-Bill Ferry, Kenneth Wade, Don Byerly.
SECOND ROW-Left to Rightelerry Hake, Robert Rathburn, Corwin Scott, Mrs. Roush,
Jack Parkhuxst. Bill Dahmen. Leonard Luoma.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Eleanor Sprankle. Beverly Griffin, Sandra Noderer, Patty
Benning, Marilyn Stein, Ethel Stein, Audrey Duff.
President . A- , . ..A. ...,.... . A ,..,,. . ..,. , Bill Dahmen
Vice President , W , Donald Byerly
Secretary and Treasurer , , Bob Rathbrun
Student Council , H, , Patty Benning
and Beverly Griffin
News Reporter C W, , Ethel Stein
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Merlin Clute, Bob Peterson, Bud Seabom, Lawrence Winans,
Roger Jones, Harold Hudson, Robert Winans, Paul Clingerman, Bill Haun.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Leslie Beach, Larry Suverison, David Johnson, Jane Foust,
Mr. Jones, Judy Lazier, Dick Carr, Benny Seaman, George Bradley.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Alma Callahan, Shirley McDonald, Florence Neal, Karen Alm-
burg, Frances Johnson, Joanne Rathbum, Gwen Clark, Carol Sherrett.
President ....... ..vY.e,...,. , ,. UW-, ..,. Paul Clingerman
Vice President ........... 7 David Johnson
Secretary and Treasurer --- , , Joanne Rathburn
Student Council ....,... Karen Almbiug
and Bud Seabom
News Reporter --- --- Shirley McDonald
BACK ROW-Loft to Right-Johnny Martin, Gary Blascak, Chester Smith, Donald Melius,
Bob Reinsburrow, Don Spencer, Larry Peters, Bob Ferry.
THIRD ROW-Left to Right-Kenneth Vaupel, Margaret Summers, Lois Johnson, Mrs.
Carnes, Mrs. Wasik, Verna Hunter. Windsor Anderson, Tom James, Raymond Graham.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Frances Sutter, Ellen Bloomstine, Carol Boyles, Joyce Park-
hurst, Virginia Scott, Peggy Byerly, Donna Griffin, Beverly Haun.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Bobby Herriott, Maurice Clute, Kenneth Fenton, Paul Luoma.
Johnny Gallatin, Jimmy Haun, David Griiiin.
Sponsors-Mrs. Wasik and Mrs. Ca1'nes
President ,., .,.., ,. .... .,.. e . --, ,,, Paul Luoma
Vice President , ,A H H We . , Jim H3110
Secretary and Treasurer ,, ,, W, Tom James
Student Council ,,,, . - . . Peggy Byerly
and Johnny Gallitin
News Reporter , ne, Windsor Anderson
E I G ll I ll G R A D E
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Paul Marshall, Dennis Hipple, James Gress, Lyle Almburg.
Bob Fenton, Jack Rhine.
THIRD ROW-Left to Right-Jimmy Stein, James Stewart, Dennis Jewell, Judy Summers,
Mr. Vuchak, Janet Stinson, Billy Davis, Darryl James, Herbie Thompson.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Beverly Gray, Carol Uber, Carla Clark, Rose Dezith, Jackie
Tunstall, Ruth Stewart, Peggy Meister.
FIRST ROW--Left to Right-Johnny Rudge, Terry Coates, Dick Szabo, Harvey Gress, Dan-
iel Kish, Gary Patterson, Tommy McDonald.
President ....... , ..,................ --- Carla Clark
Vice President .,.... W-.- ..., Rose Dezith
Secretary and Treasurer --.- .... Judy Summers
Student Council - ........ ..... C arol Uber
and Billy Davis
News Reporter .... --- Bob Fenton
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Alan McCarthy, Kenneth Webber, William Meeker, Edward
Meeker, John Duff.
THIRD ROW-Left to Right-David Lazier, Joyce Vaupel, Charlotte Peters, Mr. Waters,
Mr. Pack, Nancy Summers, Nancy Clute, Arden Scott.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Judy Wilson, Joyce Haun, Paula Smigrocky, Marilyn
James, Carol Meister, Betty Williams, Carolyn Gail, Sally Kilgore.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Clarence Johnson, Theodore Rhine, Robert Stewart, Glen
Johnson, Jeffrey Crain, James Schwartz.
Sponsors-.lVIr. Waters and Mr. Pack
President . ..,, . ......, W ..,..... ,. ........ .Y,, M arilyn James
Vice President .......... VV Betty Williams
Secretary and Treasurer ii-.. W.- Judy Wilson
Student Council -..--,,,- ,,,,.. Nancy Clute
and Carolyn Gail
News Reporter .... --- Theodore Rhine
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BACK ROW-Left to Right-Tim Jarvis, Alex Czako, Roger Carroll, Raymond Winans,
Gary Rising. Gary Hipple, Howard Melius.
THIRD ROW-Lvjt to Right-Jeanne Coates, Joyce Barker, Mary Harrison, Miss Kupensky,
l'1'vncln-rl: Jerry Thumms. Louise Yungbluth, Bonnie Uber.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Ruthanne Bevttiker, Judy Groves, Gaylene Crain, Linda
J ewcll. Patricia Callahan. Barbara Haun, Lois Spencer.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Roy Rhine, Donnie Haun, James Bequeath, Gary Lee, Wayne
Sigler. Billy Stinson.
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Carolyn Anderson, James Meeker, Joseph Scott, Mrs. Rosner.
Thomas Barfay. Ronald Howell, Jane Lewis.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Donna Wissinger, Linda Meister, Vera Jean Jarvis, Pat
Bettiker, Virginia Campbell.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-.Andy Thomas, Charles Love, Michael Kish, James McDonald,
Wesley Duff, Dennis Beach.
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Jerry Rhine, Paul Brown, Kenneth Richardson, Edward Laz-
ier. Orville Morrison. James Alderman.
THIRD ROW-Left to Right-Sharon Peters, Thomas Uber, Larry Blanchard, Cynthia Pres-
wn, Mrs. McBride QTeac-herb. Lois Powell, Robert Czako, Larry Robert, Sharryl Stinson.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Shirley Meeker. Caroline Kerns. Janet Thompson, Janet
Coates. Charlene Penrose. Janice Clark. Nancy Phillips. Eileen Webber, Margaret Cleland.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-James Whipkey, James Luoma, Richard Englar, Raymond
Riley. Gary Sprankle, Thomas Rudge, Peter Mizicko, Harry Roberts, Richard Moy.
David Youngbluth was not present the day pictures were taken.
BACK ROW-Left to Right--Tommy Stinson, Richard Luoma, Pat Riley, Charles Gaylog,
Kim Bettiker. Dick Rock, Carl Bloomstine, Larry Sigler, David Kinleyside, David Kerns.
THIRD ROW-Left to Right-Rebecca Rarick, Louise Micholec, Carol Summers, Janet
Davis. Linda Silk, Miss Likens 1Teache1J, Joline Simmerman, Frances Engler, Margaret
Brainard, Jeannette Meister, Mary Cleland.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Claudia Gail, Kathy Goodhart., Phyllis Clute, Mary Lou
Haun, Mary Jane Vaupel, Carol Wilson, Norma Smigrocky, Sandy Witbeck, Judy Sheward.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Dale Richardson, Donald Stauffer, John Rudy, Gerald Moy.
Terry Wike, Larry McDonald, Billy McCallian, Michael Phillips, Richard Noderer.
SECOND GRADE-Left to Right-Paul Sherrettn James Goodhart George Stinson, Jon
Bequeath. Curtis Penrose, Charles Noderer.
THIRD ROW-Left to Right-Terry Morrison, Addie Grinell, Lynda Wike, Wanda Rhine,
Mrs. Noftsinger fTeacherl, Jackie Rarick, Karen Bowser, Patty Wissinger, Kathy Nicula.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Paula Carr, Janet Vargo, Cathy Luoma, Kathy Mizicko,
Gynthia Wolff. Violet Ferry.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right--Lynn Keith, Patrick Phillips, David Phillips, Paul Carr, Larry
Powell. Robert Smith. Robert Eastwood, Peter Harrison.
Abscnt+Ianct Thumm, John Bidinotti.
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Bobby Marshall, William Cleland, Ronald Seaborn, Frank
Cmko, Mrs. James 1TeachcrJ, Jeffery Parent, John Stinson, Noel Sherrett, Albert Grinnell,
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Mary Ann Brown, Donna Silk, Ardaith Alderman, Ircnc
Gaylog. Arline Fenton. Jane Michalec. Julia Prentice, Marilyn Love, Loretta Noderer.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Ricky Meister, Ronald Ferry, James Martin, Scott Simmer-
man. Charles Foust, Timothy Goodhart, Franklin Graziano, Bill Moy.
Mrs. Durth Lynn and Mrs. Albert
Suverison are the cooks. They have
been employed by the Board of Educa-
tion for eight years. On an average 230
children are served daily. They are
looking forward to when they can serve
in the new cafeteria.
' CliH'ord'Taylor has driven bus for
thirteen years. He has driven Interna-
tionals, Dodges, and Fords.
Clarence Haun has driven bus for
fourteen years. He drove horse drawn
vans for four years.
Dave Kinleyside has driven for sev-
en years. The bus drivers make two
trips daily,.transporting 230 pupils. It
takes about thirty-five minutes to make
a round trip with busses.
John Griffin, the custodian, has been
here for nine years. He has had fiye
boys and one girl graduate from Fow-
ler High School. Eight boys have serv-
ed in the U. S. Military Service. Six
boys served in World War II and two
in the Korean conflict.
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BOYS BASEBAll TEAM
RACK ROW-l.4'j! tu Right-Dickie Curr, Right Field: Robert Rnihburn, Third Bascg Law
ri-nov Winans, Sulrslitutv.
SECOND RON'-lwft to Rvghf Paul Luumau. La-ll Fivldg Clwslcr Smith. Substiluicg Mr
V1l1'll1llC. icwlllllqlll Buddy Sunburn. Sm-cond Bnsv: llnmld lludsmx. First Base.
FIRST ROW---Imfl tu RlQllfA'l.ill'l'j' SllX'0l'iSUl1. Slmrl Ship: l,zn'ry Pvtcrs, Cciilcl' Ficlclg Don
nld Byorly. Cntclwr: I.vunau'Cl Luumu, Pitclivrg Bill Dulimen, Cutclier.
BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Kenneth Fenton, Paul Luoma, Maurice Clutc, David Johnson,
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Howard Sherrett. Charles Bradley, Larry Suverison, Mr:
Vuchnk QCoach5. Robert Rathburn, Harold Hudson, George Bradley,
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Paul Clingerman. Jim Griffith. Lawrence Winans. Richard
Carr iManagerD, Bud Seaborn, William Dahmen, Robert Winans.
Donna Kinlcysido. Doris Davis. Mary Frances Klavznr, Nancy Ncul
Joanne Rathburn. Audrey Duff, Kathryn Rudgc, Florence Nea'1.
BUYS TRACK TEAM
llAf'K HOW Iwlf rn High! Alvin Harris.
SIGVHNIJ HOW lm!! In lfrglrf-Viflnrwtc-r Smillm, Nolwrt I"mry, Ilurrvlcl Hurlmn, Hnwml
Shvlrr-H, Ml Vmlmk flhrwlrj. Gvurgc Hl'art1lcy, Paul l'liup1e'rxn:m, Lmvnzuql Immun. Danny
FIRST RUN' Iwyl In Hvufvl C'hm'lvS Brndll'y, David Jnhrmm, I1ill'l'y 5llI'Vl'l'i9l1ll, Williin
Dnlunvn. Burl S1-nlmlzn, .hm llrinith, Sum lVfm'slmll.
GIRLS TRACK TEAM
BACK ROW-Left to Right--Eileen Mullen, Donna Stewart, Nancy Neal.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Joanne Rathbum, Gwen Clark, Sandy Noderer, Shirley
McDonald, Mr. Vuchak fCoachl, Alma Callahan, Karen Almburg, Ethel Stein, Donna
FIRST ROW-Left to Right--Carol Boyles, Pat Benning, Beverly Haun, Peggy Byerly, Aud-
rey Duff, Marilyn Stein, Florence Neal.
GIRLS BASEBALL TELM
BACK ROW-Left to Right,-Nancy Neal, First Baseg Domma Stewart, Right Fieldg Florence
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Peggy Byerly, Substituteg Joanne Rathburn, Substituteg
Donna Kinleyside, Pitcherg Mr. Vuchak, Coachg Karen Almburg, Left Fieldg Ethel Stein,
Second Baseg Carol Boyles, Substitute.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Beverly Hamm, Substituteg Eileen Morris Mullen, Short Stopg
Patricia Benning, Third Baseg Audrey Duff, Catcherg Florence Neal, Substituteg Kathryn
Rudge, Score Keeperg Saundra Noderer, Center Field.
TIEIGBIIIGRADE BASKEIBME TEAM 6. CHEERLEADERS
BACK ROW-Left to Right--Joyce Haun, Charlotte Peters, Marilyn James, Mr. Vuchak
QCoacM, Peggy Meister, Carol Uber, Carla Clark.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right--Dick Szabo, Harvey Gress, James Stewart, Jimmy Stein,
Johnny Rudge, Bob Fenton, Bill Meeker.
FIRST ROW--Left to Right-Ed Meeker, Herbie Thompson, Billy Davis, Lyle Almburg,
James Gress, Darryl James, Tommy McDonald.
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Joanne Rathburn, Gwendolyn Clark, Shirley McDonald, Flor-
ence Neal, Alma Callahan.
Leaders-Donna Stewart, Eileen Morris Mullen.
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Florence Neal, Tom James, Gwendolyn Clark, Donna Stewart,
Buddy Seabom, Samuel Marshall, Howard Sherett, Jim Griflith, Betty Parkhurst, Donna
Kinleyside, Johnny Rudge, Audrey Duff.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Robert Herriott, George Bradley, Margaret Summers, Joyce
Haun, Ellen Bloomstine, Corwin Scott, Mr. Barbato, CConductorb, Charles Bradley, Den-
nis Jewell, Carol Sherett, Lois Castle, Larry Suverison, Kathryn Rudge.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Nancy Neal, Cheri Crain, Darryl James, Kenneth Vaupel,
Alvin Harris, Carolyn Gail, Barbara Ann Haun, Paula Smegrocky, Joyce Parkhurst, Pat
Benning, Mary Frances Klavzar, Marilyn James.
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Eileen Mullen, Donna Stewart, Betty Parkhurst fPianistJ,
Donna Kinleyside. Cheri Crain.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Lillian McCarthy, Lois Castle, Mr. Barbato CCo'nducto'rD.
Sandy Noderer, Pat Benning.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Kathryn Rudge, Mary Frances Klavzar, Nancy Neal, Florence
BACK ROW-Loft to Right-Iohn Gallatin, Buddy Seaborn, Patricia Benning, Mr. Neal
lSuperin!endent5, Beverly Grillin, Nancy Clute, Billy Davis.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-Carol Uber. Peggy Byerly, Lillian McCarthy, Karen Almburg,
Mary Klavzar, Carolyn Gail, Barbara Phillips.
Left to Right-loannc Rathburn, Audrey Duff, Karen Almburg, Carol Boyles, Mr. Barbatu
fConductorD, Ethel Stein. Gwendolyn Clark.
HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Dick Carr, Raymond Graham, Carol Boyles, Margaret Sum-
mers. Frances Johnson, Karen Almburg. Gwendolyn Clark, Virginia Scott, Audrey Barker,
Joanne Rathburn, Kathryn Rudge, Nancy Neal, Carol Sherrett, Ellen Bloomstine, Frances
Sutter, David Griffin, Chester Smith.
THIRD ROW-Left to Right-Joe Crawford, Judith Lazier, Beverly Griffin, Saundra Nodera
er, Jane Foust, Shirley McDonald, Lois Morrison Castle, Eileen Morris Mullen, Mr. Barbato
1ConductorJ, Patricia Benning, Ethel Stein, Marilyn Stein, Peggy Byerly, Beverly Haun,
Donna Griffin, Charles Almburg.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Audrey Duff, Mary Klavzar, Florence Neal, Lillian Mc-
Carthy, Joyce Parkhurst, Florence Dahmen, Donna Stewart, Barbara Phillips, Donna Kin-
leyside, Betty Parkhurst, Marjorie Phillips, Cheri Crain.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-John Martin, Sam Marshall, James Carr, Daniel McCarthy,
Robert Peterson, Kenneth Vaupel, Corwin Scott, Charles Bradley, Tom Schwartz, Howard
Sherrett, Robert Winans.
llh 6. 8Ih GRADE CHORUS
BACK ROW-Left to Right-Eddie Meeker, Jimmy Stein, Bill Meeker, Jack Rhine, Harvey
Gress, Dennis Jewell, Arden Scott.
FOURTH ROW-Left to Right-Gary Patterson, Dennis Hippie, Herbie Thompson, James
Stewart, Johnny Rudge, Lyle Almburg, James Gress, Billy Davis, Robert Fenton, Tommy
McDonald, Darryl James, Daniel Kish, Paul Marshall.
THIRD ROW-Left to Right-David Lazier, Paula Smigrocky, Marilyn James, Betty
Williams, Nancy Summers, Carol Meister, Charlotte Peters, Judy Summers, Joyce Haun,
Carol Uber, Judy Wilson, Joyce Vaupel, Glenn Johnson.
SECOND ROW-Left to Right-Carolyn Gail, Beverly Gray, Ruth Stewart, Janet Martin,
Janet Stinson, Jackie Tunstall, Peggy Meister, Rose Dezich, Carla Clark, Nancy Clute, Sally
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-John Duff, Clarence Johnson, Terry Coates, Theodore Rhine,
Robert Stewart, Kenneth Webber, James Schwartz, Richard Szabo, Jeffery Crain, Allan
Mrs Rathburn . .-, . -.. Sec. 81 Treas.
Mr Benning . ..- Vice President
Mrs Rudge President
In October of this year the Band Boosters Club was organ-
ized with the following officers: President, Mrs. Carrie Rudgeg
Vice President, Mrs. Julia Benningg Secretary and Treasurer,
Mrs. Helen Rathburn. Membership is open to anyone interested
in promoting the band interests in our school. We now have
This year we have purchased eight band coats and caps at a
cost of S308.75. Also we have bought a Glockenspiel, a conduct-
or's stand, two snare drum stands, a base drum stand, a wood
block and holder and a new beater at a cost of 513316. We also
paid the entry fee of 820.00 for our band to participate in the
We have raised money through a spaghetti supper, serving
lunch at a sale, a donkey basketball game, a Christmas raffle, a
lamb supper and a bake sale.
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Chestwood Homes Co.
George King Service
S aron. Pa.
Champion Bargain Center
Warren, O io
The Bristolville Oil and Gas Co.
Dr. R. A. Hanawalt
Lenarcic and Benard
The Sharon Store
Dr. James E. Shaffer
Petrak 8: Wollam
Cortland Retail Merchants Association
Wollam Insurance Agency
Hood's Supply Co.
Bcnning's Minnow Hatchery
Compliments of Fowler First
Butler Typewriter Co.
Plaza Motor Sales
Lord Chesterfields Tailors
Ratliff Sohio Service
Warren Music Store
Shy Lockson Tailors
S. A. Bames Co.
James Veterinary Hospital
Hebenstreit's Yankee Valley Outht
Cortland Fuel 8: Supply
Johnny's Barber Shop
Greenwood Auto Sales
T 8: M Market
Cortland Radio 8: T. V.
Jack's Sohio Service Station
Servise Electric Company
Compliments of a friend
Cortland Tractor Sales
Parkhurst Grocery Store
Rathburn's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Galloway
Schuster's Fine Foods
Bloomneld Livestock Auction
North Bloomfield, Ohio
B 8: J Super Market
J 81 J Laundromat
Joe's Radiator and Glass Service Co
Trumbull County Free Fair
Albert Guamieri 81 Co.
Boyd Auto Sales
Herbert M. Downs. Optieian
Virgils Dari Kreme and Snack Bar
C ortland. Ohio
Ruiter's Golden Dawn Store
Champion Bargain Center
Chatnpion lleights llardware
Mahoning l.tnnlver and Supply Co.
Cortland Wiring and Appliance
Cortland Body Shop
Cortland Roller Rink
C ortland. Ohio
Kinsman Plumbing and Heating
Browns Service Station
Cover's Lumber Co.
be In .
Bar Warren, Ohio
SENIDR BABY PICTURES
Lillian K Danny McCarthy
Jack 8: Jim Carr
21 Jack Carr
21 Jim Carr
1, Florence Dalunen
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TO THE RESIDENTS OF FOWLER
How to report a. Fire or Emergency
1. Tell the operator you wish to report a
fire or emergency in Fowler Twp. She
will know in advance which phones to
ring, so you will not have any numbers
2.. When connected with the person designated
to receive calls, be prepared to give the
a. Your name
b. Location of property or emergency
c. Name of road or any land mark to
identify the exact location.
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