Geneva High School - Aquila Yearbook (Geneva, OH)

 - Class of 1957

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ml' 4,....uw , 5 ,f f XM .MW ' 5 W, + 5, .J If Z fu 'Q 7' 51 'ie' fifflm' of if f nw 1 Ei W Ufllf fl. ' 2. 'WV HARY LOU DAVISON V4VCY HOBIVSON EDITOR ASSISTANT TDITOR Since the Class of 1957 1S the f1fSt to move from the old school and raou Lt Irom the new sclool we have chosen for our yearbook theme somethlnc old S0mCfh1HE new We have used thls theme throughout the yearbook beelnnlnr w1th a pxcture of the old school and end1nC w1th a plcture of the new school Now the Class of 57 would llke to sive you 1tS fresentatlon ot tle BUD HPNELLIE PHOTO EDITOR VI GAY JOHNSON PHOTO EDITOR QU KITT TAYLOR HEAD TYPIST LEN HAHRELOK A ,4- 3 ART EDITOR NSTON CLARX JOAN MANN PHECY U00 DICK WARNER PORTS s-I GPORG YR SENIOR FAC LTY if IARJORI TAFT TENRY MCGARGHAN bNAP5HOTS JOANNE HART ALYCE MAE WELLMAN ACTIVITIES llimm JANE AYFHIBALU BERRY ZANAm CLA' HI TORY BUSINESS M H BARBARA GHT PLB E D C A58 WILI -.. MERRELL DAVE UNDERCLASS FDITORS e Aquila Sfaff LA 4 . . 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I ,W I Table of Contents AOUILA STAFF DEDIGATION APPREGIAIION ADMINISTRATION FAGULTY SENIORS GLASS HISTORY GLASS WILL GLASS PROPHEGY POPULARITY POLL UNDERGLASSEEN SGEOOL DEDIGATION AGTIVITIES SPORTS GLUBS GE 3 PAGE 6 PAGE Y PAGE S PAGE 11 PAGE 12 PAGE 36 Q PAGE 37 PAGE 38 PAGE 40 PAGE 49 PAGE 66 PAGE 69 PAGE 70 PAGE 90 5 W Vw V y, ,, . h ,-,-, 3,V.5,,. - .L W ow V Dedication A master at aduzee and fUldGUOP hae been needed to Queeessfullu Lead and dlrect us through thls fznal near before QOIHQ out on our own' He would like to dedicate our nearbook to such a person the most unforgettable and worthn lHdlUldUUl we know D J Caton HD J is considered th man behind the Qfudentsu for whenever a Qtudent ls LU doubt of some matter he can alwans depend on lr Caton for aid He has been of invaluable assletanre fo our Clase and the Qrhool ln eeneral Therefore 90 that we may Giiellpf to expreqe our eratltude to a wonderful person the class of 1957 wzth unanimous uolce dedieates our yearbook to Hr D J Canon oy 'R : o . . . 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IV n . . . 1 6 . , , , - . , , , , . , , ., , . , L , , , ,V . , , - . , , , . . . . . x. 1 53 Appreciation Qui HH PDG M MPS BEVERLY THAUB 11 HH AND VRS ART TAYLOR So many thlnes need to be done ln Junzor and Senior years ln order that we may prepare for the prom the yearbook graduatlon and Zzfe llS6lf Vzthout the aid of these people these tasks would have been 1mDosszble so we would Zzbe to extend our thanks and ut most apprertatzon to Yr and Hrs Art Tavlor Urs Tranb and Hr Darltnf ifrhnnlz- 'NABER5 Nea X3 ullltt HOA D Nlb RORER BARR P SPAFYORD COLL G L dmwou BMLEY 5 pe OUT! i G 2 TEE GENEVA DYHO A B ARD S lE KEY vow l ORF KNCY 3 l95T W1 ay 2 Superxnten lk Y LOOK C SK f Nhl F L WlRPtNT dent vast Dear Graduates You have come to one o the thresholds of lxfe openxnq before known uture lt rs ust as well t at we on't know the future rn detax would lrke to pornt out to ou a few hel s as you face thrs unknown future of lrfe xrst you should fxnd xrectron Han fat ecause the erther don't 1 d xrectxon or scover rt too la e rn 1 e The have never gxven su frcxent thought o t e development of an arm whrch leads one to a worthwhxle qoa Drscover our mark and ann for x and ou have found our dxreotron n the second p ace you must possess courage e courage whreh enables one me e an adjustment to al the dr ferent crrcumstances of lrfe You wrll nee strong courage many txmes to carry ourse f beyon the hours of deep desparr was courage that brou ht the early navrqators to our shores I third convxctxon 1 rmagxnatxon xthout rmaqxnatxon there would be no to read o pretures to en oy nor brxd es to cross lmaqrnatron can make n w and better world rnal rtem rs faxth e must have farth that lrfe has meanxnq lose farth s to lose much th Best irshes Af a th and n To 11 four purpose, and dxrectxo zz'77ZffJ Barley Thomas C GENEVA AREA Puauc sou ua EDU114 EAG 97911 GENEVA H D I 8 OOL9 numb R . 'Nlk' LO. ' . er -:-511 T I L A X gpv B Y I . Y g,s M A ',xKfwdmm 1 E C! P E A . y H f , .Mc . I v . if QCE . Q uh nnLendenxE T - I I NX H , a 1' ' I 'A Q ff K' 'V . y sy :xxx H 's XX , x, gp ' I . R Y, I I . I ' I f ' ' you a Il un f . ' 3 h fl ' 'l. r ll . . Y Q . . . F' . ' d' ' . y 'l b y ' f'n d. . di . t . X.i . Y . 5 . . I t h . . . X. . Y . .t' Y Y . . i l l . . Th ' to K ' l 'f ' ' . ' d N ' y 1 fx ' . rt Q ' . I . . . . . . . 1. . . . ' booksy n ' S ' ' ' ' v I - Q - e . I ly 5 .... l i . . . ' ' ' . ' i . rn, Af U I fQ x 1 W I Q O I ' fr Geneva Ar va Huhlir Srlpunls D, J. CATON, HIGH SCHOOL PRIN snsnmuv CIFAL STREET GENEVA. of-no May 28, Dear Senlors: he adllnlstration and faculty of Geneva Hlgh School congratulates the class of 1957 upon the colpletlon of tlelve successful years ln school. You are espec- lally fortunate ln being the first graduating class ln our lagnltlcent, nel bulld- ng. As you leave our doors, ve hope you ull benefit trol the educatlon you have received here. Make the lost of the opportunl ties offered to you ln llfe. Strive always to do your share of the Job, and lf necessary, be lllllng to lend a helping hand to one less fortunate. As you pursue your ray ln your llfe's work, be ever thankful and proud that you were a lelber of the graduatlng class of 1957 frol Geneva Hlgh School. ncerely, A mf ivy D . Caton 1' I A: ,, . ' 29, 4ssf3r"4'i,f?Z'5A5Ph O I1 'IU A 1957 ,,q.f LILLIAN BERNHARDT HIGH SCHOOL SECRETARY -c-ui-gel: VINNIE COOK CLERK BOARD OE EDUCATION Board of Education REVERLY VIRAVT SECRETARY DOARD OF EDUCATIO' HR. J. DEAN, HR. E. SPAEEORD, NR. R. BARR, HR. E. SPIEGAL NR. T.C. BAILEY. ERS. N. COOK. NR. A. HFC ALL 4-II 10 FAEIUIIQFY I V ' A K iv . JAMES AYERS TAIRMONT STATE ST V UNIVE D M GREES ERICAN ISTORY G NERAL SCIEN '-ni: 'Ulf e' ,uf J' ELENA D0 LOLO NT TATE ERS . . DEGREE PHYSICAL EDUCATI HOSELLA CARROLL oLN M:MonlAL uulvz 1 DEGREE SOPHOMORE ENGLI BOOKKEEPING TYPING SINESS EN ISH HELEN B CANFIELD fi 1 ESX I0 S ATE UNIVERSITV Mrk SSE? X ANKLIN UNIVERSI DEGREE HOME ECONOMICS 'QF' """ JOANNA COMHISSO I0 U IVERSI DEGREE Ll H ADE EDGAR BUD DARLING WITTENBERG COLLEGE DEGREE PHYSICAL EDUCATION Ex' I f ,. LUCILLA A DUKE DEGREE ,Q QW X If ,fx i Q? V X 4LFHFI7 lf EKFIM " UTM DAKOTA STATE COLLEGE UNT UN COLLE IVERSI V OF MINNESOTA NT ATE UNIVERSITY DEGREE SOC! OGY OL DUSTRIAL AR PSYCHOLOGY W RLD HISTO V ANDREW FONDHX GENEVA COLLEGE AMI UNIVERSI DEGREE VER EDUCAT BIOLOGY 242 ? 'N -- I HLTH HOLDEV OBERLIN COLLEGE IVERSITV OF ICAGO DEGREE ERICAN HI ORY GRAD W. DONALD HUFFYAN KENT STATE UNIVERSI a s DEGREE MATHEMATICS GRADE 13 X i A X PEG HYSELL RIO GRANDE COLLEGE KENT STATE UNIVERSITY OHIO UNIVERSITY B S DEGREE ALGEBRA GENERAL MATH TRIGONOIETRY HAPIAN HUFPHAV NT ATE UN VERSI :I D DEGREES BRARI Wlwf X f If EN kg I mfg IAHY HANSOUH WEST RG vin ENGLI FRENCH D DEGREES KENT S ATE DEGREE SNORTH TYPI A F PRACT BUSI L ECONOMICS .1 NAVERS A I CYHIL J KOCHEQA RIETTA COL TY COLLE SKING COLLE U IVERSI W STERN R RVE KE N VER VFR DEGR PHYSICS EMIST REFRESHER MATH PHOTOGRAPHY VILLOUGHBY MILLER M coLLE SALEM ozone: usTnlAL AR iii SALEM COLLEGE ST DEGREE G I H U IVERSITY NL 14 SR. f f n I I . I .V . 1 . '1' fi MA LEGE KE ST ' TY MEXICO CI GE 'Qfm , uu um GE f' B'5' 'N M'A' X OHIO svnrz N TY e Es: un: . slrv L' AN ' ou u I slTY , s 8.5. EE X X cn nv 53 ' .ff 5 I ,V ,f . 'ff :rf ,Bw 527, 'I Dv ZH 1 - 1 Q 'i E' N pgy A. KUHL . KERNIT H. LONG 3 T u ITY we vlac1N1A N a. s. a.s. 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CI rcs 'If ' A n X a Ex' VV , A I o 1 x H sf FS ' I W s.s. , nz 5 EEINNHQIR I N firm' 1 Ste eq ing Commlttee This is what makes usgtick CHUCK DANFORTH - PRESIDENT Class Officers GERRY ZAFADA-TREASURER GEORGIA ERB- SECRETARY K KFIIISTON CLARY VICPPRESIDENT 19 M, A . s f ' AA X X 1 if f' ,'l' ' FRANCES JEAN ALBEE ' . "FRANCES" ' ' BLUE TRIANGLL1: G.A.C. 1. CLARIS JANE ARCHIBALD 1 2-an concessions 3-4 HJANEH ' BLUE TRIANGLE 1: G-TEENS 2 LATIN CLUB 2: AQUILA STAFF LIBRARY CLUB I: TALON 4 F T A 2 3 T' 'E-f .3 Qi ELAINE ANN BARTLETT ELAINE aLuE TRIANGLE 1 c z C0NCES'5'0N5 3 LLOYD FRANK BAYLOR fm 1 LLOYD ff! sf L xE'r9ALu. 1 2 3 4 rooTsA RMT ill! PAUL CLIFFORD BAJLY UPAULH BARBARA ANN BEIGHT "BARR BLUE TRIANGLE I G TEENS I A AQUILS STAFF N QUEEN S COURT 3 4 COM L MENCEMENT MARSHAL 3 4 Alva I v H5 V M L' A WY fy U Afoj f 3? AAAA A R ' A A A4 ff? A 4' Q yyl, I .., Q i as Il ll 7 X . ,NV . 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Aw BARBARA ANN KHIEL1 BARB UE TRIANGLE TEENS 2 H STUDENT COUNCIL 4 AOUILA STAFF 4 I ,- Vi- ,4 I ,'1' I n n BL I: G.A.C. 2: I Aff df Q G- .3-4: N. .s. 3-41 II, ll z L : G.A.C. 2' 3'4: G- -3-4: T ' 35 , : u n ff - '1 :L C.A.C, 2: Hn! 1 ,IC Lf' . : LA -2: A ,1 Q11 L NUM N. .S. 3-4: 1 . 2 ,- Nu I-1 J HI I- . Us ty: ' L' A1 f Il' ' 'lf ff L -I pf? K x,. j 1 U, H, .J 0 I Ilxdw N' I 3.2, ' -vu' :IL I II f, .1- I ! VIL 1 f C' JI", . gf I lj, K 1 ,Jw VAL f ' I "V I' MI ,L I , W -L', f 5 ,IU , IA: H .' f LV- W 13' . I XX J Lf ' FL X M f' U ., Lv .L ', f . xj I L nl " ' K ., L I ,E J I J X o Q I, .1 ' , 1 . .1 L f' f w 'V 4 V, .u 4 Y 1 fl , . , s ,Q of 'L ' x 1 f" , J If A LL W QM f U LL NANCY LOUISE KURTZHALS HNANCYH BLUE TRIANGLE I: G.A.C. 2: G-TEENS 1-2'4: F.B.L.A. 3 4 , W SHIRLEY ANN LANTZ HSHIHLEYH RONALD FRANK LESKOVEC RONNIE' SAFETY PATROL 1 CWN- O azz':":fz2':N:xfi CHAHLgg1ggHfgggEgAHS0N G,A.C. 4: G-TEENS 4: BLUE TRIANGLE 1: ST. JOHN'S H.S. ASHTABULA 3 NAHYELLEN LOUISE LONG 'HAHYJJLLEN ALL H S FROSTBURG MA D ' ROSENAHY PEARL LOFERY Hoszmmy BLUE TRIANGLE I LATIN CLUB ,LW W f N ll I A 'L . F Q 'Hs ' ' " U' f ' -L f an , , RY, ' ' 1 LAN -2-3 ll ll "X fl' 2: F.a.L.A. 3-lv L L x N . , 1 X QAx' 1 LKMQQ 1 1, L' 5 W N L g f 'f i .. x ,Lf H xx W V V Q- I LNE- f 'xv Ls? XPA qxyx L N v , U A JLWN Q Y 'l K? , V Lf' xg. ,WVHL A, l , -JL UU' L N X X",XNxx xyf'V Z6 LY 7 6,35 X , 7' JI Us I' I , My wfsmixfkf 51, .41 X f -1 I MTM? Lux Lvl, MIN H-fjf ' -A LU4 lfpy ilu NELISSA JANE NANAVIS HNELISSAH BLUE TRIANGLE 1: c.A.c. 2 3-4: LATIN CLUB 2: F.T.A. 3. F.B.L.A. 3: TALON 2: HIRAM TESTS I-2-3: FRENCH CLUB 4 JERRY RUSSELL LYON HJERRYH 455 JOAN CAROLINE NANN JOAN E TRIANGLE Ia AOUILA ST F LA WU B Za 3 TA 4 Ausnrcnn LEGION ss sAv courssr 2 WRITER s f a 4x szuuon LAss PL LI RARY CLU X ROBERT LAWRENCE HATTESON BOB SAFETY PATROL 1 z QW J YVONNE SINONE NMRLETT HYVONNEH BLUE TRIANGLE 1: G.A.C. 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'SIX 1,2 C BLUE TRIANGLE II c.A.c. 2.4: ,, ,, JV G-TEENS 2-3-4: THESPIAN CLUB BUD Jr' 3-4: JUNIOR CLASS PLAY 3- BASKETBALL 1 - -2-3-4: Poor- LATIN CLUB 22 STUDENT COUN' BALL I-2-3-4: BASEBALL 2-3- DONALD TERENCE MERRELL CIL 3: HIRAM TESTS 2: 4: VARSlTY-G 2, .4 3 :LATIN ll ll CLUB 2: STUDENT COUNCIL I- 'TERRY 2-3: AOUILA STAFF 4:STEER' BASKETBALL I-2-3-4: FOOT- ING COMMITTEE 4: SENIOR BALL 1-2-3-4: BASEBALL 3-4: CLASS PLAY 4: KEY CLUB 4 VARSITY'G 2-3-4: LATIN CLUB 2: STUDENT COUNCIL 3-4: KEY CLUB 2-3-4: CLASS PRESIDENT 2: AOUILA STAFF 4: HIRAM TESTS 3 LONNY EDWARD MILLER LONNY EUCLID H CLID H o WALL 3 T ACKJQ 4 BEATHICII' VIRGINIA Ifosq A NNEAUT JR GI-I PUR RG H s PEARISBURG VIRGIN LIBRARY CLUB A My CLA AY BRENDA OYWIWHJ' I ,IU M JE fd fy-gay iii X51 fi EMM I Sl' If ' o .s . . EU . o I 1: I I R -3- . Q HBE ll By XP ' A XX co . HI II I5'- X- . 5 GJ ' wfggl C T2 2: Q ' FL 3: I E A, S IP f , Q Q ,, J G. .cg 2 Ia IA GL QW I ' 6 Q- ' 0'0" U A I - I I Q, 'U J T. 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S ' AZEJLPN 514.123 NEUHAN "A DOLPH" FOOTBALL 3: TRACK 2-3-4: CASTING CLUB is SAFETY Clxxft PATROL CLA RA NA RCENE NYERS ll TINY!! ff inf Q 21114774 BLUE TRIANGLE I: G.A.C. 4: G-TEENS A JOHN CHESTER PASQUALONE TEENS 2 JUNIOR "ANDY" CONCESSIONS 4 JOHN DA VID PETERSON DA VE BASKETBALL I 2 3 4 FOOTBALL SHARON LOUISE PATRICK Bggfw G 2 21 TRA SHERI a ETRIANGLE 1 A TN CLUB 2 STUDENT COUNCIL 3 4 CLASS VICE PRESIDENT C U 4 Sff IN COMMITTEE 4 Jonsrrz ,jb, M .f I ", gl A 2? A if . n ll I-2-3-4: -BALL i- cn ,, ,, 2-3-41 VA . -3-4: LAT- LU : G. .c. 2- " ' ' Q ' 3: G. -3.4: lx KEY L s lf2-3-: gg. n u .2-a. :'MA- .A Vx 'J LATIN cLus 2: DIXIELAND BAND 7 'A -' , 5 X' I,-2-23-4 ' ,L ,. L . ' '70 . f A X f , ff 1 Q ' 1 572 7' fu V H T 7' , A ' - Kg' I N-W1 A N J ' ' -4 4' It WJ 2' A O, V- . 57 N Lf .L- ,V XX x f . L A T, T 41 , ix A 1- L f J NN' , , Af' J"' x 'J Y .XSXZM . NP Q Riff 'X V ,.. ' X lu L4 JOHN CLASS TALON 2 1 ,J 2 , pwgf Mn? My Z9 1 -' JJ P MLW W0 DAN TRACK 2 3 C0NCESS'0NS 3 JULIA AUELIA HIEDEL NANCY HiiNg2BINS0N JUDY BL E TRIANGLE I G TEENS N U a AOUILA STAFF 4 STEER ING COMMITTEE 4 HIRAM TS I SENIOR CLASS PLAY 4 WR TER S CLUB A ALBERT HAROLD ROSE IIALII BASKETBALL I 3: FOOTBALL I 2 3 4: BASEBALL I 3 NORHA CAROL RUCKS HNOHHAH I BLUE TRIANGLE I. G A C 2 QSQISTQNTEENS 2 3 4' L'BRARY WILLIAM gggifD SAUNDEHS BASKETBALL I 2. FOOTBALL I CASTING CLUB I 30 ' 'f I I I fy X! Qg'! A I ,fv I X f L . . ' ff dm EWX ff! I ff U f f f , J , X if f - If nf If N J? ' f . : ' ll W u ll I ST Jonn cn U ' ' MAD Nrlus H.s. cLevE- 2-3-4: JuN1oR cuss PLAY - "2'3 3: LATI CL a 3 N.H.s. 3-4: : - TES -2-an ' : I ' I ,,Lx U .,5-Y Lk ,Nd , ' ' T EI 'BEM Tx Ti .vxdy 4 4'!v A1 ' W k V 91 a x I2 I ALERT L VII A I l SL A A DOUGLAS DANIEL STOVE . 'r 'T IIDANII V ELI -A LATIN CLUB 2: HIRAM TESTS SALLY SUE STEHHETT "2'3 EHAECES SOPHIE SHIHANDLE NSALLYU UFHANCESH 3535 TZf?2fEE li ffLSN 2 BLUE TRIANGLE 1: G.A.C. 2- 3-4: G-TEENS 2: LATIN CLUB 2: F.B.L.A. 3-4: HIRAM TESTS 1 N KITT EVELYN TA YLOR KJTT B ue TRIANGLE I G TEENS IIAHJOHIE DAUN TAFT RETTEQTLA STAFF 4 L HAFJ TALON 2 3 STEERING con BLUE TR,ANGLE , A MITTEE 4 ouecn s counv 3 JEAHNETTE ELIZABETH SZEWCZYX TEENS 2 JUN JEANNETTE CLASS PLAY 3 AOULEQEETQFF 4 LATIN LU 2 LIBRARY CLUB 4 .ZAM,A,u fL4,f W 4 LJ Lf-WE ff 1 31 Q .lifd flu! cv WU 0' 'U ffhfky-4 31 L T.,,W. S I 91 Xi E i , XJ' ,Q I ' f I rv f I ' ll If ' ' L : - 2- 3-4: : MA- A ,, ,, Jo -2-3-4: r.Ia. .A. 3' 3: - : : G. .c. 2- 1 3-4: Q. .3-4: IoR " " 4: F.T.A. 3l4: w ' ,JJ A BLUE TRIANGLE I1 e.A.c. 2- CLUB 4: PEP BAND 3 I 1' H 'N V s-I I c Ia I ' ,, X f 'f , ' .ga If - - f , ' L , f A I , S V XT , ,II A AF,fI L, I nl? . I -'I 4 A ' 1 V 2 72 K In 'AQJNK yf , L f,,.,4.f4JA , h I E . rl , Q I Il' L f fu. I-T , ff I ' M ' ffl' A,'L -L , L 4 ' I, ' f W' VE 2' I' I ' ' .. , V M . 'V IX. I Acwmfjwir ROBERT TAYLOR BOB MAGWNE COMWTTEE 4 PATRICIA IQIANNE THOMAS QA? Af:--" ll' ir KAY NILLICENT VESEY KAY a E TRIANGLE I G TEENS PA BLUE TRIANGLE G TEENS TER S CLUB NIOR RED R055 I DANE LARKIN VINCENT A LIBRARY CLUB DANE AA AW NCESSIONS 4 X KAY VanGORDER K Y BL E TRIANGLE I A TEENS 2 4 THESP CLUB 4 ESPIAN PLAYS 1 C LA UB STUDENT COUN 'ful JOHN NARTIN VOGELSANG JOHN KETBALL I 2 3 4 FOOTBA EBALL I 2 K B 2 THESPIAN CLUB THESPIAN AY 2 IOR CLASS PLAY LATIN C B I T H S U DENT COUNCIL 2 4 CLASS CE P ESIDE CLASS SID STEERING COM MITTEE HIRAM TESTS 2 3 QI Q -X' ,T A 55,1 A Q ,NW HJ I 'ff' A I " A U TN HLA H D I1 - u : G. .c. 2- 2: WRI 4 3: G- -3- I IAN A TH -2 3: JUNIOR LASS PLAY 3: T IN CL 1.2: - cIL I ,W 7 0 5 Nlf' f I 7,240 x ,r fI ,gi 1 4 in is i J LTQEQEEN A N ' 1Qi?AiZ f , I x , O4 Y In M X . r Luz I ' SI 12. ll ll ' . LU : ' Z: Ju c -2: F.a. L. . 2-3: 4 U H . I I A H x N' K A N H Ah ' A N ,Tu NVD BAS - - - I I ' , ,vp I 3-4: IaAs - -a-41 EY f- I ' . CLU -3-A LV , T if N,-Av Lf' Iyf Mf 3-Aa' E PL : JUN 0 V V ' ' V J ' f C , 31 A x f, A ,' LU I N. .s. 3-4: - CL! D . W N uf Af K 1 A , 1 , lr, jk' N My 'C I VI . NT 2: ' L x . : ' Y I ' M XV, NUJN PRE I 3 . I A . A fm I Q. I A f .L NIA f . ff ' b 'K KMA'--' 'M' . ' N X- M!!! M 32 I I f VM QV QUT QQIMIXQ I ' A W ,L xy ,A I ,J 'H '10 vU',fQf ,Q ,VA IMI! f IH" , If V' I V I I JAH, ,,'1IWV,r. RIO IDI' X. Mfr A! brfipfwjvff QP :X UQWI' x-by fha' SIMT FZAVI ,IVA i' ir Q95 I ' QQ v JUIV H16 1 If I , ,. J 4 I I A VV WMM ,, 7, v' M H I 5 , I W: L' WI If If , f' .f,,1 0,4 I ,Q 4 Z! , If I MINIW' I ,If I ' M' I W ,X ' ,DAVID ARCHER HAHHHH f' HMV 'vmwu Z9 Xfb FOOTBALL MANAGER 3-4: TRACK MANAGER 3-4: PATROL I-2 RICHARD WEIGHT HAHvHH, JH. UDICKH BASKETBALL I: FOOTBALL 1- 2-3-4: TRACK I: JUNIOR CLASS PLAY 3: LATIN CLUB 2: AOUILA STAFF 4: TALON 3: HIRAM TESTS 3: BUCKEYE BOYS' STATE 3: BASKETBALL MANAGER 3-4: SENIOR CLASS PLAY 4: KEY CLUB A Iilli maxi, www 55:77 QR 489 OV hl'Vl llfx as AN L IHHY LOU WEBSTEI? "HAI?Y LOU" BLUE TRIANGLE 12 G.A.C. I: L-Tszws 4: TALON 2 3.-sa YEf" MWA D ARTHUR WOLF HOVIILD A IW ALYCE H HIIL-In IHS? L ATA? HLYCH MAE jj E TRIANGLE A EENS 2 THESPIAN Dj Djlrj SQ fd! B 2 THESPIAN PLAY i NIOR CLASS PLAY b TIN CL EEN S COURT ua AOUILA STAFF LON 2 CHEERLEADER fa NIOR LASS LAY FREN H B 4 ENSLMBLE WMMQMULWY N635 ,ff QA f I .- uv J . K Q IA ll :A ll IFN HTH I ' h'fHH I I HAVNH A IWL ' I X nu, TRI GL' 1: G.A.c. 2: I ' X , cs. I 2: F.B.L.A. 2-3-4: . ' Ala ,. Ll c fs 4 3. V ' ll 1 II 1 fx 1' XII, w Lb X fn ZLL? 3 4.1: G. .c. 2: I L, - A l CLU -3-Q: ' I f tl! X "' A'6Z,f fx ,ly If 2: Ju JI 'J V If V , AD f'7 LA zz I I A IIT UJ , I Aff ag TA -3: -' ' I 1-2-3-4: ou ' 2: I Elf' 'LJ ' ff 'A 7 V SE C ' P 41 C 1. I bf!! A gf P . V W," CLU : 4 D I I V L fi, - D 'UV v J CA BV T' ff ,fx ,UI6 ! X X ' Atv I I 33 ' 4, ,Q 9 DUNNA NAE WOOD DONNA TALON 2 NAJoRETTE 3 BLUE TRIANGLE I TEENS 2 HOSENARY BLUE TRIANGLE I A G TEENS 2 GERALDINE OLGA ZAHADA UGEHHYN G A c 1 2 3 4 G TEENS I 2 3 LATIN CLUB 2 N N s 3 4 CLASS TREAS RER 4 AQUILA STAFF 4: QALON ai HJOCKU STEERI NG COMMITTEE 4 HI LATIN CLUB 2 KEY CLUB 3 4 RAM TESTS 1 2 3 HIRAM TESTS 2 3 JOHN CORDING AINNEHNAN 34 . 'K tl, AVP ' -H , Ls pb A I ' VV! I, f "L Ltt N .V ,XI -I C ll m , 1 V J ,ILL A ll Ill 5 0,51 I E.T.A. Ei-4: F.a.L.A..2-3-4: -1 IL V! G 1.2. E.J.4,G' '45 Hoswnany WOODS : G. .C. 2 . I E.a.L.A. 1-2 KW IJ J if tkwn QW . 'f' ' I, fcdu A t V ja L I N NJ 4 r y I , I 1. Thf, 3, 'Q' 1'-'1 I 'X PM 7 N -4-Y Y .WW I 'G' V Milk ,.f--J f-EN -'wtf l?.l When the elass of '57 first arrived at Geneva High Sehool, MP PUMP US Phildfeh, and were tangny so that we learned to grow, and most of us have not denarted from this good training. AS we entered our freshman year under the guidanee of Mrs. Traub and Mr. Thoma, we earefully selerted our elass offieers. We rhose Mary Lon Davison, vresident: Dave Peterson, viee-oresidentg Elsie Dey, serretaryg and Kay Van Gorder, treasurer. That year we soonsored a HBunny-Hoon to raise money for our treasury. Soon we found our- selves in the tenth grade. Mr. Tarleton and Mrs. Mundfrse were our elass sponsors. The rluss elerted Terry Merrell as president, John Vogelsang as vine-nre ident, Judy Speeee as seeretary, and Mary Lou Davison as treasurer. Before we realized it, we had glipped-into our iunior year. We immediately hnew that we must sponsor the Junior-Senior Pron. We, the elass of 1957, eould never have done this without the eapahle guidanee and eooveration of Mr. Darling and Miss Doeeolo, our elass soon - sors. The rlass offieers, who guided us that year, wereg president-John Vogelsanef viee-president-Mary Lou Davison, seeretary-treasurer-Chunk Danforth, The flags gold numerous things and worked at the eonression stands during the ball games, to raise money that year. We also sureessfullu nresented the elass play, HThe Whole Town's Talkingut under the dirertion of Mrs. Smith. At last, one day we awoke and found ourselves the seniors of G.H.S. Our eanable sponsors were: Mrs. Traub, Miss Mansour, and Mr. Miller. Chosen as elass offieers to guide us this year were: Chueh Danforth, nresidentf Winston Clary, viee-Dresident, Georgia Erb, seeretaryg and Gerry Zawoda treasurer. The Drineipal proieet this year was the produetion of the Aauila. Mary Lou Davison and Nanny Robinson were eleeted editor and assistant, resnerttvely, of the yearbook. To raise money for graduation and other neeessitieS, our elass soln magazine subseriptions, raids, braeelets, and other items. We worked at roncessions during the ball games, and very gneeessfullu presented our senior elass play, HDown To Earthut under the dirertion of Mr. Long. And so, we, the elass of '57, rome to the end of our journey, but we are starting another one entirely different. Yet, it seems even harder for us to end this ienrney, beeause we have been able to enioy our senior year in the new G.H.S.: however, we are thrilled heeause we are the first rlass to graduate from the beauti- ful new builaing. Four years was a long time in our lives and the eduration we have obtained during this time will surely mean something to eaeh of us. Our PZaSS of '57 ran be proud to look back upon our many fellowelassmen who reeeived seholarshios, musiral awards, athletie awards, and other awards of pro- gress. Therefore, it ran be said that we, the senior elass of '57, ran look bark Qfafpfullh Uhd h0UDily noon our sueressrul history. There is a great difference between the seniors they are now--ronfident, admired,--and those who, four years ago, ronld hardly find their way from rlass to elass. Thank you--teaehers, D0f2niS, fTiGnd3"9Ue'V0n9 who has helped UZOHQ the way' and made the rlass of '57 SO sueeessful in all we have done- e 36 fhlff '! FRANCES ALBEE wILLS HER SHORT HAI ANYONE INTERESTED IN HOT RODS. ELAINE BARTLETT wILLS HER TO HER SISTER, HELEN. LLOYD BAYLOR wILLS ALL HIS SEATS N EARL SMITH. BARBARA BEIGHT WILLS HER FIRST PERIOD OFFICE EARLY IN THE MORNING. CHARLIE BEVINS WILLS HIS CABIN IN LEAVES IPERIODI. JANICE BORCICKY WILLS HER ARTISTIC ABIL LINE. BONNIE CAROLEI SADLY LEAVES THE GANG OF JUNIOR HON T P 'OTHER UANB STON CLARY WILLS HIS PRE-IVY LEAGUE B.V.D.'S TO LARRY HEIL IL G GEORGIANA CLUTTER WILLS ALL HER PROBLEMS IN TYPING TO HER SISTER, EDWINA. GERALD CONGDON WILLS HIS R AN N5 W 0 DUMB ENOUGH TO WANT IT. LEE COVELL WILLS HIS MILITARY OBLIGATION T MILL RONNIE DAMON WIL HIS SEAT IN SECOND PLRIOD HEALTH CLASS TO ANYONE WHO NEEDS RY LOU DAVISON w LS TH THE REMAINING MAJORETTES OF THIS YEAR. CHUCK DANFORTH LEAVES HIS AMAZING FENDER DENTING ABIL Y SUSAN. FRANK DEANGELIS wILLS HIS ABILITY TO SLEEP ANY TIME TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO SLE ELSIE DEY WILLS HER SEAT IN SHORTHAND CLASS TO MARY JANE LUKES. BOB DUNLAP WILLS CHIEVOUS TO PAT SHEA. GEORGIA ERB WILLS HER COLLECTION OF STA KEN ON RE ORDS TO RALPH FLO HEREBY WILLS THE NEW SCHOOL TO MELVIN GLICK, IN CARE OF D J CATON N OBES w LL HIS BERMU SHORTS TO MR. KOCHERA, TO DANCE AROUND THE MAY POLE. DONNA FREEDE WILLS H R G BR H R KAY ROSE. JOANNE HART WILLS HER ABILITY TO HANG ONTO A FOOTBALL PLAYER DURING FOOTBALL SEA SUE ELLEN OSBORNE. LEONARD HAWRELOK WILLS ALL OF HIS MISCH S T TH T T N G SUZANNE MCBEAN. JIM HOOVER wILLS THE TWO BLACK STREAKS BEH N H S FORD TO HELEN GORD JANICE HOLDEN WILLS HER SHORTHAND PEN TO ANYONE WHO CAN SUFFER THROUGH Two YEARS OF CARRIE HORNYAK wILLS HER VOICE TO ELVIS PRESLEY. VIVIAN HOSTETLER WILLS H FT T KATIE BRO RAY HR BAR wILLS MR. KOCHERA-5 SIX FOOT SLIDE RULE TO ANYONE WHO E SHERRY HURST LEAVES PEACE AND QUIET T0 MR. FONDRK'S DRIVING TRAINING CLASS ONCE AGA G Y JOHNSON D ESN T LEAVE HER C THAT'S FOR SURE. FLORENCE KELLOGG WILLS HER GYM SHOES TO MA LAND STANCLIFT ANET KORVER WIL HER SKATING ABILITY TO TAMSIN MCCAUGHEY. BARBARA KRIEG W U TYPEWR TER THAT NEV TYPES AN EVEN LEFT MARGIN, TO SOME UNFORTUNATE JUNIOR GIRL NCY KURTZHALS WILLS HER TY MARCH 8 TO 5 ITI TO SOME UNFORTUNATE BAND MEMBER WHO CAN'T SHIRLEY NTZ L R MADELEINE NYE. CHARLOTTE LARSON WILLS HER LONG BUS RIDE SOME UNLUCKY WALKER RONALD LESKOVEG WILLS HIS ABILITY IN SHOP TO SOME FUTURE SENIOR. MARYELLEN NG Nb UN LN M H GOOD LOOKS TO CHUCK TISI. ROSEMARY LOWERY WILLS ALL THE UBS H H W WH TRYING TO READ HER SHORTHAND NOTES. TO MR. KUHL. JERRY LYON CS TO A DESERVING STUDENTS IN THE JUNIOR CLASS. MELISSA MANAVIS WHO GOT THEIR LICENSES LAST SEMESTER. JOAN MANN LEAVES ALL R NOTES TO N BTH PERIOD STU HALL, TO MR. DARLING. YVONNE MARLETT WILLS HER LOVE FOR WRI ING P KAT HOPES THAT SHE WILL FIND A USE FOR IT. BOB MATTESON HEREBY WILLS ALL BAD GRADES TO CHARL TERRY MCGARGHAN wILLS HIS ABILITY TO THROW A CROSSBODY BLOCK TO RON ORO PAULA MCNAMARA LLS H CREEPY STORIES TO CAROL KORVER. BUD MCNELLIE WILLS HIS ABILITY TO INTERCEPT PAS TO ANDY CA TANO. TERRY MERRELL WILLS THE BLUE BEETLE TO KEITH WELKER LONNIE L AV H S DRAWING BOAF IN ART CLASS TO MR. SHERMAN. BEATRICE MOSS WILLS HER CRA LINDA LITZ BRENDA MULLINS WILLS HER SHORTHAND PADS TO SOME UNLUCKY JUNIOR G DY YERS wILLS S SA DRIVING ABILITY TO BUTCH PELTON. ADOLPH NEUMAN WILLS HIS ABILITY TO GET INTO T I R NN O BAKER. JOHN PASOUALONE WILLS HIS DRUMS TO SOME UNLUCKY STUDENT FOR R TO WORRY ABO T SHARON PATRICK WILLS ONE PAIR OF OLD WORN OUT MAJORETTE BOOTS TO RICKIE MOLN DAVE PETERSON WILLS CRYING TOWEL TO CHIEF'S FUTURE CHEMISTS. DANNY RAUCKHORST WILLS HIS S PRESLEY RECOR T NY GOODMAN. JUDY RIEDEL WILLS HER SEAT IW SENIOR HOME ROOM T H HROTH R RAY ALBERT ROSE WIL HIS SEAT IN MR, KOCHERA'S REFRESHER MATH CLASS TO ANYONE WH WAN NCY ROBINSON WILLS H CRYING TOWEL FROM CHEMISTRY TO SOME POOR JUNIOR WHO'LL NEED IT NORMA RUCKS SAYS SORRY BETS I'M TAKING MY ENGAGEMENT RING WITH ME. BILL SAUNDERS WILLS H M D T MR KOCHERA FRANCE SHIMANDLE WILLS HER WORN OUT ERASER AND DICTIONARY TO SOME SECOND YEAR SHORTHAND STLDE SALLY STERRETT LEAVES HER THROWN-TOGETHER FEELING AFTER GYM CLASS TO ANYONE UNLUCKY ENOUGH TO HAVE G M FIRST PERIOD. DANNY STOWE WILLS HIS SIX YEARS IN THE SUBMARI T T JEANNETTE SZEWCZYK WILLS HER ABILITY TO FOLLOW WILLOUGHBY IN HIS CH M U KY MARJORIE TAFT WILLS ONE STRONG LUNG TO JUDY MARTIN FOR BAND AND THE OTHER ONE TO PAT TAFT F CHOIR. KITT TAYLOR LEAVES TO BECOME 'MRS, F . ROBERT TAYLOR WILLS H H Y R A JU YARD. AND IF THEY WON'L TAKE IT. HE WILLS IT TO CHIEF. PAT THOMAS HILLS HER SEAT IN PHOTOGRAP CLASS TO SOME FUTURE PHOTOGRAPHER. KAY VAN GORDER WILLS HER PERFECT N TYPEW TER TYPING 2 TO ANY LUCKY PERSON WHO PASSES TYPING I. KAY VESEY U G AN J IOR WHO IS LUCKY ENOUGH NOT TO GET CAUGHT BY COACH DARLING NE V NCENT w CIVICS BO TO THE NEXT LNLUCKY SENIOR THAT GETS IT. JOHN VOGELSANG LEAVES THE ABIL T GO STEAD AND PL FOOTBALL AT THE SAME TIME TO SOME DOLBTFUL JUNIOR. DAVE WARNER WILLS T ON HEAD MANA GER OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM TO JOHN MCINNERNEY. DICK WARNER M SLED BILL FORD. ALYCE MAE WELLMAN WILLS HER BOTTLE OF HAIR DY T0 JUANITA COURTN Y ANN WINCHESTER WILLS HER SEAT ON THE FIRST BUS TO ANY FUTURE SODA JERKS WHO HAVE TO HURRY TO WORK RI SCHOOL. RONNIE WOLF WILLS ALL THE HOMEWORK THAT HE DIDN'T DO TO MISS HYSE NNA WOOD WILLS H FAVORITE TEACHER, MR. KUHL. TO ROGENE HELWIG. ROSEMARY WOODS LEAVES OR T LO GERRY ZAWADA LEAVES THE 'Z' IN HER NAME TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO SIT IN A ILITY TO MAKE EXCUSES FOR GYM CLASS TO GARY ALLEN. IN ALL SINCERITY, WE, THE SENIORS OF I957. NOULD LIKE THE DENTS AND TEACHERS WHO WILL HAVE THE PRIVILEGE OF LEARNING AND WORKING HERE IN THE YEARS TQ C0 TO MR. CATON, MR. BAILEY, AND OUR SENIOR SPONSORS--MRS T AUB M M NSOUR M MILL AND T0 THE REMAINING FACULTY WE LEAVE OUR GOOD WISHES AND MANY THANKS FOR THEIR PATIENC H cmss oouonsz TURQUOISE AND WHITE p MVVL' D A L R D O W N T 0 E A R T H coAcH CAUSES COMPLETES NINE MISSGENEVA C O M M O T I O N Marshall Al Rose and police man Ronald Wolf have QISCOVGIGG that the blg exploslon on Monday nlght came from the AQIICUIIUIHI Dept of G H S Alded by super IHCERGBHI Terry McGarghan and Paul Bally prlnclpal the marsh all Ilnally made Alyce Mae well man hlstory teacher admlt that the coach Dave Peterson was the cause of It She confessed that Dave fed the school hens some Lay or Bust Feed but a rooster ate II C A M L E P P E R D I A L R E O P E N The case of Cam Lepperd was trled ln court yesterday for the 52nd tlmel Lawyer Jane Archlbald defended Mr Lepperd Her Pfl vate secretary Janlce Holden buslly Jotted down notes on the slaylng of Cam s w1fe Madellne Members of the Jury who found Mr Lepperd gullty were EISIQ Dey Vlvlan Hostetler and Adolph Newman E C O V E N S R A sports car drlven by Lee Covell won the Trans Amerlcan Auto Race It was sponsored by Gerald Cong don s Hot Rod Companv A very close second was Jlm Hoover A!'X ,,,,.H WIHSIOH Clary RIIIGS on Mars nSugar Bablesn 1n h1s 8d1t0I18l SUCCESSFULYEARS 'The Little Theatre manager Danny Stowe reported that the great play Down To Earthn had completed 1ts nlnth successful year In the stupendous cast are Paula McNamara Bob Dunlap Gay Johnson and Bonnle Carolel who IIISL appeared 1n the play IH hlgh school Celebrltles 1n the audlence were Sally Sterrett well known halr styl1st for Kltt Taylor s Movle Studlo Jlm Booth ed1tor of the New York Da1ly News and Sherry Hurst famous lnterpreter for the Mars men and people of the U S See edltorlal page lor edltor Joan Mann s vlews on why There Should Not Be Intermarr1age Between Earth women and Men From O her Planetsu R O B I N S K E S T R Nancy hobllson lelt late yes terday for the planet Mars whe e she wlll ald the Marsonlans ln the1r flght agalnst Honkus Of The Bonkus 38 A N N O U N C E D Finalists in the HM1ss Geneva Contest were announced today by clty councllmen Bud McNell1e and Dane VIHCBDI Rosemary Woods and Brenda Mulllns the 58 and 59 wlnners crowned Dee Smlth the new Mlss Geneva However both really outshone the new queen PIIZGS were a complete ward robe des1gned by Madamolselle Janlce BOICICKY and hand tallored The queen w1ll be a guest cn the JOHN PASQUALONE SHOW and wlll be heard over sta tlon BMTS CBob Matteson s Tele VISION SIHYIOHD by Gerry Ziiwada F I C I A L S S G E N E V A 'Geneva lS Just as wonderful a place as I remember lt stated Senator Dlck warner as he toured Geneva wlth Presldent Charles Danforth and Sec of State Lloyd Baylor Geneva s Mayor Johl Vogelsang and hls secretary Joanne Hart then QUIGGG the Senator and hls party on a tour of Geneva In the wrestllng scene the champlon tag team Charles CPret ty Boyj Bevlns and Ronald qgone PUIVEIIZGIJ Leskovec take on the Challengers ROHhl6 CM1ghty Mus clesb Up! De Angells Damon and Frank fTear Em blg event w1ll take place next week at the Benny Fobes Arena Jockey wlll referee the match It wlll be televlsed Jerry Lyons a former I I! v ' ' l In l H ' 4 T R E D 0 F v 1 1 T h N . . , . . Q . ' '- . n .1 V ' , - - 5 Q CO- - I A t , I ' , 1 ' Ill ' A L E L L f L ' . I' w I T. A. A. C E in a cloud. ol dust, a red C H A M P I O N W R E S T L I N C , W ' ' l DR. on A . I " 'J ' L - 'j T A I P ' ' I K Nun. . 723:1 4 T . , ' A , - . xx--H...i H" 3:5 I f I f ' ' ' ' The ' . ' ff.WQ5E?u?ffE!alik AM 1 -.aaa a we ,ef 1,Tf . - , 1 YAL OMQQL BY wHfcH vvrfefsf L A E V E S E A S One of the most lavlsh partles of the season was held last eve nlng at Shlrley Lantz s home on were Donna Freede who was voted HMISS Earth' by the men of Juplter a few years ago Leonard Hawrelok secretary of labor Janet Korver roller skatlng Three Nancy Kurtzhals and Rosemary Lowery representat1ve from Vogue Georg lana Clutter and Engllsh Channel swlmmer Mary Ellen Long The party was 1n honor oi the most successful wrlters of the year The most outstandlng contr1bu t1OnS were those of Mellssa Mana v1s and Yvonne Marlette Mlss Marlette now l1v1ng 1n Tennessee wrote a book of poems which was a 'Pulitzer Prize win r. Mells- sa s best seller Stephanie' is popular in France and the U.S. queen slngers nlh Chordsn Elalne Bartlett ig.r-a a t T E R V L E V I S S H On her sunday evenlng program The Flght Is On' Bea Moss the well known marrlage counselor la former model for Barbara Belght and Sharon Patrlck s Fashlon Mag HZIHCH 1nterv1ewed on of our town s happlest couples Mr and rs B1ll Saunders Mrs Saun ders the former Norma Bucks gave a talk on The Art 01 C t tfng Your Husband lb Do The Dlsh e 0 2 2' Y M P I C S T A H O N O R E D UIQHPIC star Marg Tait gave a QIHHCI ln honor ot all re other U S Olymplc WIHHQTS at the XLIUSIVG Club 57 owned by Judy R1edel last Frrday Arong those attendlng were Terry Merrell basketball star and Donna Wood 1ce SKHTIRQ cham p1on Frances Albee was unable to attend because she pulled a mus cle d1V1Hg She IS under the care of physlcal theraplst Pat Thomas. Her nurse is Florcnce Kellogg. U C K H O R S T S I M A R S Mr. Dan Rauckhorst Presldent of Rock and Roll Rocket Company left today for Andy and Clara Myers ranch on Mars. Accompany- ing Mr. Rauckhorst was his secre- tary Barbara Krieg. Rocket pi- lots were Frances Shlmandle and Jeannette Szewczyk. 39 V E R S E A S T R O O Sergeant Ralph Flory s troop were entertalned by Georgla Erb T V s hostess and slnger o 'Your Hlt Parade S ow' Gues- appearances were made by Jltter bug lnstructor Carrle Hornyak famous Broadway actress Kay V Corder and noted columnlst Mar Lou Dav1son T N E R T I S C R E T A R I L O S O Those two partner sclentlsts Ray Hrlbar and Jock Zlmmerman have just flnrshed thelr newest project a hot water bottle WIKI 1 bullt IH motor to chase paln away Thelr two secretarles Ani WIHCRCSIGT and Kay Vesey plan t travel to Pluto to try out Ray s and Jock s set of llghter than a1r luggage They plan to travel to Pluto on Dave Warner s er restrlal Celestlal Rocket L1ne Pllot are Robert Taylor and Lon n1e Mlller and the stewardess lS Charlotte Larson off we 1.3 Z IN IEWED ON CELEBRITIES ENTERTAI Tl-3 ION ow O PS 7' n - 'I A' . . 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TERRY MERRELL TERRY THROUGH HIS GREAT DEFENSIVE LINE PLAY BECAM ONE OF THE MOST FEARED M N IN THE LEAGUE AS A CO- CAPTAIN HIS FEARLESS TACRLES GAVF QPIRIT TO THE WHOLE TEAM DAVE PETERSON A STALWART AT END FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS DAVE AGAIN CAME THROUGH IN FINE STYLE THIS YEAI TIA AIT TIME AGAIN HE P LLEP GFNFVA CUT LI TROUBLE WITH HIS BOOMING PUNTS 76 en l0l'5 JOHN VOGELSANC NO TEAM CAN DO A THING WITHOUT A FOOD QUARTERBACK AND JOHN FILLED THE POSITION WITH ALL THF SKILL AND CLFV ERNESS HE HAD HF WAS A GOOD COMPFT ITOR AND ALWAYS KNEW WHAT PLAY TO CALL JOHN RECEIVED HIS SECOND LFT DICK WARNER DICK VAS A OUAw ON THF '56 EAGLES AND A REAL OOOO ONE WHENRVER GENEVA wwf' . ,,,J, V, 1, , Vw.. ,, 'A " i,, ' ',L vdngmu R MH , 'M 'n NEEDED SOHE YARDAGE THEY ALVAYS RAI THROUGH THE HOLE LHA1 DICK WAS ELRL TO MAKE 'em TERRY MCGARGHAN SWITCHED FROM HALFBACK TO GUARD EARLY IN THE SEASON TERRY CAM THROUGH IN FINE FASHION AND WAS A REAL WORKER ON THE SQUAD MANY TIMES HE WAS OUT UNTIL DARK TRYING TO IM- PROVE HIMSELF. TERRY WON HIS SECOND vl ll 77 eil l0I'5 LEONARD HAWRFLOK LEN WAS A GUARD BUT SAW MOST OF HIS ACTION AS DEFENSIVE LINEBACKER HAMPERED BY AN INJURY WHEN HE STARTED TO PLAY HIS BEST HF COULD ALWAYS BF COUNTED ON TO GIVF ALL OUT LEON ARD FARNED II FIRST G LLOYD BAYLOR ALTHOUGH LLOYD NEVER STARTED A GAME WHEN HE WAS IN THERE HE GAVE HIS TEAM IATES ALL HE HAD HE WAS AN END AND USED HIS SIZE AND YFIGHT TO A GREAT ADVANTAGE LLOYD FARNED BLS FIRST LETTER iwwxxgwk SN JIM BOOTH JIM SAW MOST OF HIS ACTION AT THE DEEP SLOT WHEN WE RECEIVED THE KICK OFF HE WAS ALWAYS READY TO COME IN AS HALFBACK, AND HE GOT OFF A COUPLE OF GOOD RUNS DURING THE SEASON. JIM RECEIVED HIS SECOND LETTER. 78 el'Ll0l'5 AL ROSE A TACKLE AL SAM MOST OE THE AC TION ON DEFENSE HE WAS A SURE TACK LER AND A HARD MAN TO MOVE OUT OE THE PLAY HE LOVED CONTACT AND WAS AN ASSET TO THE TEAM AL WON HIS SECOND LETTER FOR HIS FINE PLAYING Sir' LEE COVELL ON DEFENSE HE NEVER STARTED A GAME BUT WHEN HE ENTERED THE GAME HE PLAYED THE ONLY WAY HE KNEW HOW AS HARD AND AS WELL AS HE POSSIBLY COULD 'QU' LEE RECEIVED HIS SECOND LETTER CHUCK DAEEORTH CHUCK WAS A TACKLE EOR THE EAGLES IN '56 WITH A LOT OF SPIRIT HE WAS A GREAT CXWEETITOR AND ALTHOUGH HE SAW LIMITED ACTION HE WAS ALWAYS A LEADER IN SPIRIT AND MORAL CHUCK RE CEIVED HIS FIRST LETTER 79 . 3: 4 Q XX 1 I Q .3 ,' LEE SAW ACTION AS AN END, MOSTLY IEE' C0?E4M . f - My 1 , . E I r Q' E is Q ,QE I 5 , ir J 0 V ' - 'xiii BUIH DAVE AND TERRY DID SO MUCH FOR THF TFAM THAT BOTH WERE INAMED BY THE SIUAD AQ MOQT VALDABLF PLAYERS C' I y I Y -'bf 252' li H23 CHQ g umoff Vcmzl I. ,y GENEVA DICK WARNER--HEAD MANAGER 61 JEFFERSON 44 CONNEAUT 45 HARVEY 49 FAIRPORT 53 WICKLIFFE 55 ASHTABULA 45 CONNEAUT 54 ASHTABULA 79 RIVERSIDE HARBOR G.H.S. BASKETBALL 48 GENEVA 53 " 78 59 72 ' 60 54 74 64 81 MENTOR HARVEY FAIRPORT WICKLIFFE ASHTABULA RIVERSIDE JEFFERSON MENTOR L, X ,,, fembfff P yi?-21 . 9'!N.'v' . f M:-' ' N ,, I . A AL , I if J, I Xt? 'I I TERRY NCGARGHAN X , MA 9 A fm. moum TERRY SAT ON THF BFNCH. gf ' tus PRECSFNCF vm? FFLT BY me OTHER if, I TFAF PCR WE NEVER STOPPFD TALKING Q '.-,mfg mf DID cam' DX, if ms ALI-AUS? sm OP TMO POINTS. LLOTD BAILO ALTHOUGI LLOTD DIDN'T SFF NLCH T ON MHFN HF DID HF IAS SLRF SPARR FOR THR FN MINLTFQ LFFT SPIRIT ANP EIGHT COATRIBUTFD TC T1 mm mer ATLT I Nl If-.. 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