Jefferson Area High School - J Hi Life Yearbook (Jefferson, OH)

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Our school has tried to instill in us high morals, honesty, good character, and a well- rounded background. Now we leave to test ourselves in the world. IVQ shall always be loyal to and hope to be a credit to our school. The Seniors Dedication an tx N , .N 1' '- ' 11z1l."' Q. --4' '.--- 'fl 'xr' " 1 4NfUl 4 pm-cu Jh-. U- ' I V f'7l13xl - vc. ' ' L 'f.M."X' A' 'SICPIII c , in X . ' f lxl ' Q 'r q Y 1-IU NIH' A if' L-- gl' K mc by - f -4. .-- ' cw J'1I1NifIl, 'g-7'.-.fx.N- nk, ' " ii mr. .. L. .ny ' iid Q .-. 4 'Q' 'I you "lJm'u '. f,. .L A"' A'.'1Nf 'L ,A fx 1 -i ' :Rf J b-Ax ig,", 1' .' " In 1. ' 1' F ..4 x' Q..'Am-'-'X 117' ,EU 11 . . - -4 . In Memoriam Charles M Watson CarIJ Olllla Charles M Watson former Superxntendent of cflcrson Hlgh School passed away anuary 30 1957 Mr W atson was born rn Orwell and had spent most of h1s llfe 1n the Ashtabula County School System He taught for ten years at Edgewood High School and was largely responslble for the ood natured rnalry between Edge wood and Jefferson Schools He came to efferson 1n 1945 and sery ed as Superlntend ent unt1l 1955 Durm that tlme he saw our school thru two bulldmg programs He was an and supporter of athletrcs and at thc tlmc of h1s xesl natlon was Presldent of the Western Reserve Lea ue Athlctlc ASSOC12.11OIl and was past Presldent of the Ashtabula County Teachers ASSOCIHKIOH All the studt nts looked forward to the mm streals whlch he dlrected annually Vlr 1Vatson was greatly adnured by all the students at efferson and all our hearts were saddened by h1s death Carl Tllhej Olllla passed away August 4 1957 at h1s home He was raduated from efferson Hlgh School 1n 1926 where he was a member of efferson athletlc teams Tlllle neyer stopped workmg for our Hlgh School At all our athletlc games h1s face was a famlllaf Slqlll to eff Hxgh students He spent a great amount of hlS tlme wolklng at MCH1OI1al Fxeld so that our team mlglll haxc one of the best fields ln the county to play on At thc tlmc of hlS death he was Presldent of the School Board He had seryed on the board smce 1951 To show thelr ZIIJIJFCCIHIIOH for h1s work the town selected htm as Man of the Year To show our appreclatlon for hls loyal support of eflerson Hxgh School we can only say that we w1ll not soon for get hlm or h1s work at the school The students frxend T1lllC Olllla 'fa-as I 4h"v- QR Q, Qs- A ' WBQBE was 2 i'.,?g31'. -g 0 9 41 wg! 4 1 f X f Q gf' Jpivizzspfx wg! wifi' 5"-5'?1'X x 'Z4"' J '5fa"'4" , y xbigg fi ? f f unlcnts F-3-Cu 'I' en'QPS 0158523 G 7"3aHI1Q tlon S Aff? fefags Fei-fares f I S I X ,,,., : N X x Xia 1 X 5 'A' ,,,, 4 , , 441' ' - ' if 'Y fir , ii 4' v 4 , 4,3 "AH 1 cf' " ' f , ,r I .1 , ' K ,f , ' 5 I I --" -- f ' .7 if rf Z1 ' -, X - 2 ,ffl .1 I 1 ,, ' All, - ,-' -f 'K '11, V0 , , I Aiwa' - ,.- X, - X AA ,, - 'Q-P' - f 'I 4125 7-9 bs- ,,-Ap, - , XA f .1 - 1 ,,v- g, I ,A,z f X X I jg 19 fl, , ' K. . xl N- 4.9311 - j If 7,54 f 422' 'P 1 xx- Yigflkf 15" Q, k ,- - - ' r X I K,-at N X XQB i'Z"'r f f ' ' ' y F.: Z: ' f I If ,V f - I I A 4 , ' f I' ,,' X x ,uv 4' . 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The board of Education for the Jeflerson Area School System performs numer- ous jobs. most of which are unknown to the student body. They supply our school system with good teachers, they hx the salaries of our school administration and they establish school policies. The Board is composed of men, who. having a deep interest in our school system and realizing its importance, are constantly working for its better- Qffice Staff Mr. Robert L. Shoaf ffleflt. Sir. Shoaf has been a teacher at Jefferson since 1925. Due to his conscientious effort our school has one of the finest Science departments in the County. Mrs. Jessie Berrier Mrs. Berrier, better known as Jessie to all the students at jeff.. has been employed as Office Secre- tary since 1939. She is never too busy to pause in her task as Secretary, to help a student. Because of this the students at jefferson will always look to her as a friend and guide. 1 5 X ti N if? fX 'Q Z 1 To the Class of I958 You are about to terminate your career at Jefferson High School. You will look back upon your years here with many fond memories. During those years you haye been in many classrooms as you pursued your search for knowledge. You haye had to work with many cliflerent teachers. each with an individual personality. These ex- periences will be of yalue to you as the years go by. Many of you participated in such things as athletics. band, chorus. dramatics, and school publications. Your participation in extra-curricular activities has been an enjoyable and beneficial experience. It is our hope that we haye been of help to you in the process of building a foundation for your future, As time goes by you will discover the importance of your high school education. As success in school has been a struggle for some of you. it will be a constant struggle through life to reach the goals you haye set for yourself. We extend to you our sincere best wishes for happiness. me-'ff , Lf, X 3 ., T I, ,Av I ,Q V., ,161 by v" ' .-,M I ',,: 1 I ffl! Xxx .,,+..- '- 'Vi 'Cf' '-f0"l1,, .......-...-'vnu' 7"f' - 4,' . H., ,W A f 'I ffyfx ' X Mff' 6' AW at 1 532 Q Mk S yn F f4 V r 1 I, .U ,V Q h ifi-fu. , .ml ff' 55 'W' nl. .. " 'Af xi' . . ,qw L 'li KQJLJ-, .ff-ao , x-f., Q QRS nf x ' FIRST ROW: Miss Gladys Ilauiiilton. Mrs, Eleanor Mc'Nutt. Mrs. YVinnifrcd Foster. SEC- OND RCNV: Mrs. Ruth Curtis. Mrs. Eliminrfth Corus-ll. Mrs. Elaine Haines. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Lornnc Ritter, Miss Vern Luyc-r. Mrs. Cgxthcrim- Wgiyiiiaiii. Nh D1lI1s Fnsm in I lementarj Prznczpal S'I R011 is iNimr Nirs Fd th Shiw 'viss I ti Ixnipp SPCOND I Elementary Teaching Staff rs Niirx Shnrrmaf NI s Minh Bic uk Nirs Niux Hxbzrt IHIRD ROI Nirs Ieen 'Niles X115 Niiigml Chimbmrs Nirs f Lrlrudf- Downing N07 P1171 RED Mrs Xlxce Gnlu 10 O Fm." M-Hiuiir .i ,. ,i 1 .ri .1-4 2 4 If .' 20111 -..f.:' 'iln'., - 12. .11 -Jw x , 3?jFg32g X a ' 'iv , Q.. wiv 'eip' I :Vw Ml , 'Q 'C 4 . M . x L 9 .,f -s 'A E?-'z 2 r-If 2 3, 1. 5 3 2 .5 Ki 4 i x ? .1 . A if ' 4:41 vii "ii gi ' ns Y rig Bw "" if mf gg , 25' .H a if my ff 25 Hg' 41451 'Y . via ' 'sf Q , -1 M-SMF, '. 4 Class Officers JOY LEE WALKER B.1hL Thy IVIOAFXIJ' if Il frlndle to thy merit. President Vice-President JANIES VINCENT YERIOTI 'KI'izza'l Born for .f11l'f'l?,X.i he seemed, with grace to win, zrilh heart to hold, with shining gifts that took all eyes. JANICE DARLENE MILLARD '1Inn" 9 P Thoxe zrho bring sunshine to . L - others mnnnt keep it from them- 5' A , Q-.f selvex. , A A '. Secretary Treasurer EXRYXFST I FF TISC H Butch u n Hllllji ell n 15 I I ll In wit, helx sharper than a pin V .! yo ca 1' 'II hir by h' ' 'A bl' grin. l CHARLES R. CLICK "Chuck" Hope and be happy that all's for the best! EMMETI' L. DELANEY KiEml7 His friends are many, his foes are there any? Class of I958 KENNETH GAIL BAKER "Kenny" There lies a deal of mischief be- neath his mild enterior. NELL MARIE BROWVN "Brownie" Laugh and the world laughs with you. GERALD RAYMOND BURR llJerr7S A wonderful danrer with a happy smile, He'll keep you in stitches all the while. DIANE MARIE BENTLEY "Red" Within her tender eye the heaven of Aprilq with its changing light! LOUISE MARGARET BUDD "Louie" Look out upon the stars, young lass, and shame them with thine eyes. JOAN RUTH CLARK Hjoanien Her ways are ways of pleasant- rzess ana' all her paths are peace. 'ia 1 RONALD EUGENE CONGDON 'gRon" Ever turning his hand to something new. DENNIS LEE DIEMER L'Rod', With the girls he just loves to be, "Arabs" have fewer "dates" than he. E RICHARD J. HAMILTON "Dick" A good fellow in a quiet way. TERRY A. HEFNER "Hein His own character is the a r b i t e r of everyone's fortune. Class of I9 8 ELSIE JEAN DIEMER "Jeanne" The only reward of virtue is virtue the only way to have a friend is to be one. ALAN THEODORE DURST "Ted'l Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. STANLEY LEE EVERETT "Stains" School days are all the days and nights of our existence. DORIS FAYE FAIRCHILD "Dorrie" She's rich in saving common-sense. THOMAS ALAN GARY "Tom" It is almost a definition of gentle- man to say he is one who never infiicts pain. ALICE JANE GNAU "Janie" It is a point of wisdom to be silent whenever occasion requires. CARL A. HAWES "C, Ay, The award of one duty is the power to fulfill an- other. MAY BELLE HINES "May Belle" A little word in kindness spoken, a motion or a tear, Has often healed the heart that's broken, and made a friend sincere. Class of I958 PATRICIA JOYCE HOW LAND "Pat" Content is more than a kingdom. WILLIAM HUTTERA "Bill" A handful of common sense is D worth a bushel of learning. CALVINA JEAN JOHNSTON "Calvie" ROBERT H. KEMMER "Bob" I am very fond of the company of the ladies. DIANNA J. LEASURE "Joan" Lovely, lovely, lovely hair. Is there any prettier any- where? A fare with gladness over spread! Soft smiles by human kindness bred. GERALDINE MARIE KAPIS l5Gerry,5 Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul. f MAURICE KALIN HMO!! Variety is the spice of life. JAMES PATRICK KELLY III Cltlimii Let me have audience for a word or two. s MARY J. LAWRENCE "Mary" She's true to her word and her work and her friends. JAMES M. KRIEGER lillim!! He is rich, for he has friends. 3 7 Class of I9 8 P.-'kL'I. IIANSON LEKANDER "PL1ul', I1'hate:er is worth doing at all is worth doing well. LARRY LYMN MCCULLOIQGH 'iMax,' Fame is the scentless sunflower, with gaudy crown of gold- But friendship is the breathing rose, with sweets in every fold. KATHLEEN E. MCMILLION 'LKz1thyl' Slzidious of ease, and fond of humble things. JACK A. MAYLISH "Big Jafkn I'rn no an ell wr L ' . g x TI IOM.-XS O. MELLINGER srl-Onlsv The world knows only two, thatls Rome and I. JANET MARILYN MURDOCK Kwan!! A flower of rneekness, on a stem I 4 o i A Xl. f COROIXN ANN NORRIS "Corley" A girl who always shows her pleasant side, She couldn't be unhappy if she tries. JOYCE ANN PHELPS 'KJOV' Pretty elothes. golden curls fshe is liked by all the boys and girls. of grace DAVID BRUCE PELTON "Dave" A likeable boy from head to toes. He brings de- light wherever he goes. NANCY LEE POTQSKA "Nan" Ah, she brightens every- ones days. Ifith her smile and fun-loving ways. CAROLE ANNETTE SAMUEL "Sammy" A lovely girl, garmented in light from her own beauty. SHIRLEY ANN SLABAUGH "Stevie" Kind hearts are more than coronets. Class of I958 DIANE ELIZABETH POXVELL .-Din The magic of her voice charms those who hear her. CAROL JEAN RICHMOND "Carol" What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness? KENNETH RICHARD RODEN. JR. 'KKen" Doth burn the midnight hours to learn the chemistry of it. YVILLIAM RAY REINHART 'iwild Bill" Depart from me ladies, I'll have none of you. PATRICIA ANN ROBINSON "Patsy" She takes the breath of boys away, who gaze upon her unaware. JOSEPHINE SALEM HJOU Her outward quietness conreals a wealth of virtues. DOROTHY JAYNE SARNA "Dottie Jayne" Her purity and honesty are hard to disguise. GEORGE W. SMOLEN, JR. "Smog" A gnod sport admired byall. fi? if 1 I Sai JANICE LINDA TREEN 'LPnnc'ho" lfitlzout muvic, life uould be a mi5take. ESTHER BLANCHE Y.-XRGO "Esthcr" lfllilst gay good nalure ,sfmrlzles in her eyes. Class of I9 8 ROY ALAN STAINFIELD L'Red" A tozrn tha! boastx inhabitantx like me ran have no lark of good society. ROBERT RONALD STRANG "Bob', Hold the fort! I am coming! CAROL ANN TIETZ L'Car0l,, A5 merry as the day if long. XYILLIAINI RAYINIOND STASNY "Bill'f Oh, zrhy mutt life all labor bel DAVID L. SVENSON "Dave" Why doth one man': yawning make another yawn? HERBERT KEITH TRASK 441-Icrbn I agree with no man's opinzons. . . I have mme of my own. HK 15 15" we af 2 z fil o m l ELAINE LOUISE VAN SLYKE HPug3l A quiet conxcience makes one so serene. YONNA LEE WEBB "Von" As many frienzlx .she has aw those zvho knoza- her. Class of I9 8 BARBARA ANN WELSER "Barb" She hath a merry wit. ROY CHALMER XVEIMERT "Bucky", Hear me, for I will speak. JUDITH ANN WEYANDT "Judie" Queen Rose of the rosebud-- garden of girls. NANCY JEAN WHITE csNanCysa When she passed, it seems like the ceasing of exquisite music. JOAN NETTIE ZELLINGER UJOH The plainest sign of wisdom is a continual cheerfulness. Not pictured: RUSSELL LIPKOWSKI ..RuS5,, Silent men are great thinkers Tune Deep In My Heart I a g Class Colors: Lavender and Silver Deep in our hearts, Jeff, lVe'll always think of youg Memories of school days, To you we'll always be true. Our paths must sever, But we'll remember forever Deep in our hearts, Jeff, W'e'1l always think of you. I It's time to leave now, And we must bid adieu: God bless the teachers, And all the students, too. Our paths must sever, But well remember forever, Deep in our hearts, Jeff, Hell always think of you. 19 QM. I' 'SW' 4' ,010 1' p-,, .t be if l!Q!1',f1g?'g. -I' .h Q4 14 ,ca , a ,W A 1' , l 1 ' I ' ' -f - -' Ml ,,-.V W--Q ff sn! ,4 ll' 4. :of ,OO ' fy S em K Jr, ..-N g ff? K..gy""' ""' " L, 55f'i ' - - ,ww W' f f h,w.,w,.Qefswf.'fQfl V L',, www W new, 9' A ,, f M34 s ,vu ,gg . w'-',:"'3 T H' A 'Se-.. ,,... xt' ti 3 O C FIRST ROW: Kathryn Janson. Donna Broclwtt. Ruth Ann Congdon. Bfzirilyn I.IlIIll7, .S'IfCO.YD ROHU Pete 4JllI'4'l'Ill'iU. Judy Riclnnonrl, Nfziry Lou Ill-islr-y. lJnycrt- Springer. THIRD INIIV: KI:-lvin Bl1!'llIlg2lIUl', James York. Rirrhiircl Krzxy. Andrew Plitt. Yr Juniors FIRST ROW: Alfred Mackey. Janice Munger. Jacqueline Smolen. Catherine Fink. Charlotte Kurt. SI'fC'O.YD ROIV: Clinton l,it'zz'rt. Caroline Fink. Connie W'i1li.nns. Larry Hull. THIRD ROW: John Koskinen. John Piekar- ski. Harland Sprinkle, FIRST RUIV: Pntsy Brziggzi. Joyce lNIc'Cnne. Mzirthii Kit,-zidt-. SEC.'O.YD ROW: Pc-r1gyDoerue Margaret Evans, Shirley Zinn. Byron lifelit-. THIRD ROW: Juhn Invmin. l,11wrt-nve Ander- son. Dquid Plu-Ips, lirt-tl Golen. Class of I959 FIRST ROW: Larry Carlson. Mary Johnston. Connie Flack, Betty Mills. Karen Lynagh. SECOND ROW: Caroline Long. Brenda Alley. Eva McManus, Nancy Lutz. Kenneth Lee. THIRD ROW: Gerald Srnolen. Belya Gilbert. Beverly Fetters. Stuart Clifton. Leonard Piech. -if . 3 FIRST ROW: Barbara Frye. Judith Crilly. Janive tlLlC'Ul2S. SIfC'O.YD ROl1'.' Karen Sfhneicler. Dennis Bforrell. Leon Cray. Sara Tafluart. THIRD ROIV: Ronald Evans. Eugene Burr, Nat Piftzzwdf Thomas Everett. Niek Hautala. FIRST ROW: Judy Lomas. Sandra Keel. Irene Link. Jean Hruska. tleanne Roberts. SECOND ROW: Bruce Sherry. Judy Boberg. David Hillyer. Gard Myers. TIIIRD ROW: Cliff lVard. Henry Taylor. Lee Jackson. C7 Sophomores I"IIf,S"I' Rfllif' Sharon Kzisonic. Mgirilyn Cliff. Wilinn Wlxlkcfr. Kenneth Misc-iivr. jzxiiivs Burlin. Danni:-I Kelly. SIfl.'U.YD RUIV: Denise Ilnll. Gziil Rrwcnivy. Siinrlm Sprinuvr. Gray Piprniz-n. fl:-riiw' KIc'Mziiiiic's. Larry ,I Brown. THIRD ROW: Lilzi Szilcm. I'IIf.S'II Iffllii: ligirlmm Kfillvr. Uliilizi ululiriwr.. NJIHY Kurt. Xlilfiif- Piircz Ruiinlcl Xwfblillllf, .S'Iff,UXIQ Iffllif' l'::t:i Sl'lUI'V'. flnmlfi lfI"'I.!if'!Iil1I'l. Rif liszrfl Koli-liiiiniiiviii. Ngirmy P1-tlit. Sharon l.i1f f-. Rwlirgrt liriinnr-r. THIRD Ii'UI1': XYilliziin Clrirni-ll. llrwf-r Exianx. II.1IlI'I1f' lninzin, l.L1lJL1 K.1r.miiyl4. Roiinlcl Nziso. IfOl'Ii'TII IN! li: Iflin lliiixlm. C.41i'nil1 lleir- 1 iniiiir.. 4l.iIILf'S ffrluli. C1411-nl jr-wr-ll. Nizxrqrctta You-, Ronald ll:-rrii-r. Ilonnlcl Ulm. David Miller. V7 I"IIC.S'T ICUIV: Nfnry liuln-ru. Alum Illlll.'l1lN'lIIl.l M1iiclmk.CI4irul lie-rrivr , 'A V 1 . Q 1 . 4 . . , . Kxlr-. .Xunr-s lilllillllml. liclinmi HIDIYXVII. llimimx -Iwliiifmii. lllfilll. Rl'llN1llllIl!. IIIIICD Ifflllf' lluiiuln BH'l1I1l'IIlLlll. l.1tiimi.i Miirrlmlx. .Xliu Aslilvy. l.inLl11 Hixxltvii. Rollin ll.ix'cnS UND 160111 'lliciiiigis Ninn. Doniilcl Ckws FIRST RUIV: Robert Kean. Barbara lluclson. Verna Lemponen. Judy Strang. Marie Ensman. SECOXD ROW: Evelyn Harvey. Larry Ander- son. Janice Clark. Esther Hanson, Patricia Brown. Mary Lutz. THIRD ROW: Joseph Hudak. Paul Brooks, Michael Datsko. Martin Yargo, James White. Edward Utterback. ofI96O FIRST ROW: Betty Snyder. William Swickard. Klaryeleanor Yan Slyke. Jerrold Schultz. Virginia Brenneman. Lillian Kapferer. SECOND ROIV: Carole Roark. Joyce Ketola. Sandra Nlead. Charles llamilton. llerbcrt Haines. Romer YYillat'tl. THIRD ROIV: Lida Grace Smith. Ciltarlcs Hinshaw. lmon Smith. liliiabeth NYilliamS, I.:-slie Bailey. Dennis Con- nally. .Ynt Pif!11n'rl.' Cfartvle .-Xrtrnan. Dennis llocnick. Kenneth Cates. 34 J' FIRST ROIV: Kathleen McNutt, Rose Mary Baker, Joyce Brown. Karen Bebottt. Suzanne Biicklcy. SECOND RUIV: Mary Clark. James Maylish, John llawkins. Donald Nlitchell, Brenfla Schumann. THIRD ROIV: James Divine. Edward Nlillcr. l"OI'RTH ROW: James Sackett. Jaines .Xnthony. l,arry l"ink. Charles Evans. Robert Yan Dt-vt-ntlt-r. PW-5 9712 Freshman FIRST ROIV: Susan Mflioy. Cheryl Consdon. Jgxcoquchrxc xyl1ShIJl1I'Il. Elen- nor Woodworth. Fzxyc Zinn. Dz1rI.1 Jfmohs. SIfC'O.'X'D ROIV: Rirhgird Thompson. Marsha Johnson. Bc-w'1'ly Kzxpvn. Susan F1-lfh. fihnrlottf' Vflg- onvr. CIIIJIFIUS Hvrndon. THIRD RUIV: Rirhzxrd Sic-in. Edward Kvlncr. Curl Ollilzl. Dc-nnis Wlmrcl. Larry Stvvvns, l"0I'IfTII RUIV: Robert Burgoon. Bcnjznnin Chzunhcrs. joseph Misincf, Daniel Hollvrzxn. Z7 I'x11f.f'l' 1fOll'.' Cf.11'rm1 ,VUIJIJVIQ AIAIQ Tkxylrup fXI.11'y 1Q,1:h.1u.un. .I.lI11' KV! 11l.lII1.c-.LIUI I',l1uf'1'x, .Nl:f17.YI2 HUUY. john Xmuo, Shu .Xml Pllll. lJI'.lIlll.l flfruxll. lflxfv- l,z-::1pw+1n'l1, lhxlul Hwllvx ,hlli1Il'f'I'lb'Il1iI1! 'l'llIICDlCHl1'.-llohn Knpii. .xllllllf lil:-k. RUM-rt ,Nude-rwn I,.n'ry M1 flllbvll. L..1ml I'.x.xnQ Iff1I'1C'l'll lfflllf' Dnximl Mwixio Ifnlry Rwlmiwn. I5v'1aj.u11i11 .Xxhlvy ' 1 4 ' 1 ' .NUI 111,111.11 lw1klh.x Rmluv-ls. I'.1I1'l- ci.n IQIYHIILHI. Philip Ilivllish Class of l96I FIRST ROW: Frank Post, John Buzzard. Charles Young, Patricia March. Nancy Haekathorn, Juanita Donathan. SECOND ROW: Thomas Zigmund, Delbert Dreyer. Gretta Connolly. Victoria Piekarski, Roberta Walker. THIRD ROW: Robert Lenart. William McGuire, Judy Geho, Linda Luce. Mary Wiser, FOURTH ROW: Duane Bntler. J. Edu, Harnist. Martin Miller. J A :gb 4-9 'Al t " RVN" 1 zz R FIRST ROIV: Richard Laitincn, Ralph Harvey. William Lesko. Clariee Reinhart. Sheilla Spenrer. Patricia Toppin, SECOND ROW: Phillip Burlingame. -loyre Taggart. Mary Fink. Kathryn Preston, THIRD ROW: Devilla Spring. Cora Taggart. Judy Ames. Sally Toukonen. FOI'RTlI ROW: Ladtlic Lynagh. Theodore Grilly. Charles McGill. .akxr FIRST ROIV: Ruth Lawrence. Bon- nie Bet-be. Blanehe Bell. Jane Kray. Gayle llrnska. SI:'C.'O.YD ROW: Lynn Grayson. Linda Brown. Karen Bloom, Carol Meade. Sandra Everett. THIRD ROW: Daniel Franeis. Larry Ilainons. Frank Lapana. Dale Yos- lnirgp Jerry XN'el1lJ. FOURTH ROIV: lN'illiain llaniilton. Bernard Steiglmer, James Stevens. vc? , 3. fb NM, FIRST ROIV: Rizxrif- I,llf'l'. Junc- Jont-S, Clhvryl llinvs, SIfCO.'YD ROl1'.' Clifton Mczins. Shirlvy Misvnvr. Elziincf Mihcly. Dtnniol Wodcllc, THIRD ROIVJ Gillncrt Rc-cd. Dxtnicl Schultz, Robert llowlnncl, v9 phi Eighth Grade FIRST ROIV: Dnvvntt Curlvy. fkfari- lyn Mist-nc-r. Donna Cole. Nancy Bztglt-y. Carol llinvs. SIfCO.'X'D ROW! Jack Myvrs. lloyt Bizxrsh. Jznnvs Kxnnvnik. llainivs johns. llcnry Muton- stflt. John liurlin. THIRD ROl1': Thomas Nc-lson. Mary Luke, Karon Yun Slykc-. Ycra Pvrckrvst. Dennis Cztlzivvuy, IVUURTH ROIV: David Sh:-rry. Rirhzxrcl Zinnt. Cs-orgv Nylztncl. Rit'lmr'tl l"iQt'lic'r. .Nrvo Toukonf-n. I"IRS'l' ROIV: Sharon Barnett. Char- lvnf' Kit-ff-r. lilzuint- Euston. KLITCII illmtlunn-11, l,lllil.l l,m't'ly. Nzmmi Ifgilk- t-nlnuru. SlfC,'U.N'IJ Rlllif' Guy L'ttt'r- lmvk. Rgxyinuntl Mztrtin. Ruth Rozirk. Sharon Wnllwr. l.illl.l Btxittvn. jznnt-S Szilcni. THIRD RUIV: Ronald Slay. fxlfrctl XYllll.lIllS. Jgxnics Bfillcr. LCC Kusvsik. Pgatrictk Mt-Ntilly. Class of l962 FIRST ROW: Thomas Root. Janicn Nyzcn. Sylvia Slcinhoff. Kathryn Kemp. James Zinn. SECOND ROll': Marvin Whipple. Donna Swickarcl. Marilyn Meade. Linda Mullvn. Joseph Zi-llingcr. THIRD RUIV: Rivllarcl Spring:-r, Robert Lomas. -Iucly Iluglivs. JllllC'I Kenyon. Richard liartlc. Russm-ll Stainncld, " K if . , 3 y. Y ,Q .sf . ja Q I 93.5 'X FIRST ROIV: .IOSf'I7ll Roclmi, Cillwrt Rm-cl. Sharon lYhitr'. Oliva- .-Xslilvy. Linda Bcnctka. SIfCU.YD ROW: john Brcnkus, Ronald Austin. David llc-rvvy. Joyvc Zwaduk. Shannon fTBf'CC11l". THIRD ROW: Ralph Ycrioti. Rirharcl Smolf-n. Palriria llvfnvr. Bfary xYOl'liIllAlIl. l'alric'ia Yatvs. I"Ul'RTlI ROll': David Mul- lcn. Xu! Pir11n'f'1I: Dianm- flivviiiriu, Clvxunlclilic' Slay, .- ti FIRST ROW: Karon Wolf. An1ic'tt0 Hamper. Beatrice Franvis. Phyllis Burlinganiv. SECUND ROIV: Rifhard Downing. John Brcnlxis. Jainvs Dilqvll. l,11wi'z'ii1'v llciclcllmcrg. THIRD Rllllf' Xfirlxavl llainpvr. Raymond N.L'XVlllLlIl. Dalv S.11'lwtt. john Ilylicrt, I"OI'RTll ROIIU .lc-ssc llcrcl. UPI if x.J FIRST ROW: Arlene Samuel. Ronald Young. Boluhy Post. Carolyn Roelcoro. Eugene Sherry. Karl Sehmitz. SEC- OND ROW: Sandra Race, Sharon Rohinson. Duane Marsh. Susan Koleh- mainen. Gary Yan Slyke. TIIIRD ROW: Carol Stutzmann. James Flem- Elaine Balla. Susan Lovely. Naney Litehlileau. ? T i.. ing. John Taylor. Cora Rohm. I'OI'RTH ROW: Miehael Ollila, Seventh Grade FIRST ROW: Margie Hines. Barbara Kapalin. Elida Kananen. Wilrnore Green. Norman Ilousel. David Laiti- nen. SECOND ROW: Marie Long, Delores Newman. Mary Ann Pettit. john Brooks. Andrew Britton. Ken- neth Sprinkle. THIRD ROl1': Judith Ashley. Judith Howland. Luella Oflen- herg. Lawrenee Bragga. Charles McCoy. john Sehnialtz, FOFRTH ROW: Virginia Morris. Phyllis Den- nis. Wlillic Hayes. FIRST ROW: Doreen lliiclcl. Merry Lhainra. l'.iuletta Xelson. Dale Den- nis. Stanley O'lJernyer. Kenneth Childs, SECOND ROW: Eileen Toukonen. Lydia YYalclylxa. Joseph Urban. Ronald Parks. Dennis Arni- strong. THIRD ROW: Joyce Vood- worth, Kathleen Shepard. Elaine Smith. Gene Burueen. Daniel Ashley. Dennis Elela. I"OI'RTH ROW: Diane Ashley. jo Anne Eliersole. David Francis. YN'illiain llurley. Not Ilif- tzned: Mary llutlals. Charles llines. Susan Sherrange. Class of I963 FIRST ROW: Naney Sarna, Bfarie Zellinger. Esther Miller, John Brown, Walter Plosila. Andrew Corkrean. SECOND ROW: Shirley Lawrence, Ruth Hall, Harmayah Muwallf, Ron- ald Shore. James Hybert. Herbert Hysley. THIRD ROW: Mary Knap, William Hill, Kenneth Zigmund, James Golen. FOURTH ROW: Ger- aldine Fink. Carol Gasho. XVilliam Meade, Harry White, Ralph Reynolds. OU- 1-'IRST ROll'.' Viola Feseher. Carol Pielarski. Justina Anderson. Freda Gray, .S'IiK.'O.YD ROW: Gerald Fink. Wayne Baker. Roger Camp, Riehard Watson. Ronald Brown. THIRD ROW: Wade Bnekhardt. Jeffrey Kalin. Robert Case. Ronald Heidel- berg. Theodore Cox. FUI 'RTH Rfllif' john Corbeth. .lnnies Timms. Ilaniel fieorue. lfred l"isc'l1er. Timothy llallllvs. Nw! IJII'IllVf'Ij.' Blary Ilndak. Susan Slll'I'li.lIl2,l'. Clmrles llines. 15 il! FIRST ROIV: David Trask, James lwhsiravits. Candy Yan Slyke, Lester Burgett. William Murdock. SECUXD ROW: Nlartin Bolts, Virginia Law- rence. Helen Rieleeh. Robert Phillips, TIIIRD ROIV: Robert lYillard. Floyd Clark. Caroline INleGuire, Donald Smith. Carl Salanei. FOFRTH ROW: Gary Durst. Robert Eaiken. Leonard Stein. Calvin Runynn. Q. -2, Class Officers 7-I I Pri-sid:-nt - Cc-ruld SII1Ull'Il.Xvifl'-PI'l'Sidi'IlI - John Inrnxxn. Sm'- Fl'l.lI'Y' -.Ivan Ilruskgx. Xu! Pltffllffllf Trcais- A urvr --Thonms Evvrclt. w Yin'-l'rviidc'11t Rcmgxlrl NLISO. P1'c'sidn-In B1n'lJ.n'g1 'I1l'1'.lSllI'L'l' llhz-ryl Cionqclorl. Yifv-Prcsidclut Carol Hudson. Tfl'llSl1fl'I' - -ILIHIPS YVhitr-. S1-c1'c't.n'y Pgnti Mmuxclr-. S1-Cr:-lgnry Richard Inlilinc-11. President -V- Shorc. Curl Olliln. A ig ,'N 1 M ff' 'J 'E 1 1 , 1:5 1, A .46 -4 ,X f -. ', 'Q , , N 1 y Q O A ,QL .,.q. da ' .v 4 Y' , xr i N -N A 3 H X3 ' . 1 .,',J H-'jj ',,' E tl "z'L' 1 6. gh a' "" 0 s W. E .4xllg. ,.1u' I 3 """n.0 va S ':llln., 4' ,g Q .. 9 ' ' in """-fn 1 ff ?, :r5Ul'll.".fl1' ' " ff .t 4- 1 ' X . , DUQ.. 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Marilyn Lamb, Ruth Ann Congdon, Judy Richmond, Jucy Lomas, Joyce Springer, Nancy Lutz, Josephine Salem, Jucy Boberg, Alice Gnau, Elsie Diemer, Calvina Johnston, Karen Lynagh, Connie Flack, Carolyn Long, Janice Munger. SECOND ROW: Connie Williams, Betty Mills, Joan Clark, Kathy McMillion, Martha Meade, Peggy Doerge, Sandra Keel, Jean Hruska, Jackie Smolen, Caroline Fink, Beverly Fetters, Belva Gilbert, Mary Johnston, Margie Evans, Nancy White. THIRD ROW: Mary Lawrence, Janice Treen, Carol Tietz, Patsy Bragga, Patsy Robinson, Esther Vargo, Joy Walker, Vonna Webb, Joan Zellinger, Elaine Van Slyke, Janice Jacobs, Joyce McCune, Jeanie Roberts, Dorthy Sarna, Nancy Pouska. FOURTH ROW: Gerri Kapis, Shirley Zinn, Judy Grilly, Louise Budd, Diane Powell, Judy Weyandt, Barbara Frye. The G.I,A. is a girls athletic organization, made up of girls in grades nine through twelve. The club participates in many different activities such as playdays. dances. and bake sales. Each year they sponsor the annual formal "Snowball'f dance. This is held in the school gymnasium and is our big social event of the winter. This year's Snowball was dec- orated in the theme titled '4Fascination." The false ceiling was made up entirely of ice blue crepe paper. In the orchestras corner. a huge silver crescent moon was decended. The back wall was decorated with a snow scene. Dropped from the center of the ceiling was a huge crystal ball. reflecting the many beautiful lighting effects throughout the gymnasium. G. I., A. Snaps G. I. A. Freshmen and Sophomores FIRST ROW.' Carol Topper, Mary Taylor, Deanna Gogul, Roberta Walker, Elsie Lemponen, Judy Geho, Lynda Luce, Charlotte Wagner, Mary Wiser, Gail Rooney, Lila Salem, Sandra Springer, Margretta Vote, Betty Synder, Wilma Walker, Denise Hall, Virginia Brenneman, Sandra Mead, Mary Jo Lutz, Clarice Reinhart, Eleanor Woodworth, Mrs. Butcher. SECOND ROW: Carole Roark, Betty Williams, Victoria Parkarski, Cherie Congdon, Janice Clark, Carole Evans, Patricia Toppin, Evelyn Harvey, Barbara Miller, Carole Lynn Brenneman, Darlene Inman, Sharon Luce, June Hall, Patty Brown, Darla Jacobs, Linda Grayson, Carol Meade, Karen Bloom, Jane Kray. THIRD ROW: Mary Boberg, Evelyn Budd, Patty March, Susan Fetch, Mary Van Slyke, Donna Long, Julia Johnston, Jackie Washburn, Linda Brown, Linda Bratton, Kathy McNutt, Jucy Chapin, Carol Larson, Beverly Kapen, Carol Bailes, Esther Han- sen, Mary Ebersole, Judy Pratt, Brenda Schumann, Ruth Lawerence, Marie Ensman, Cora Gray, Mary Clark, Alice Ashley, Marie Preston, Carol Berrier, Nancy Pettit, Shelia Spencer, Bonnie Beebe, Suzanne Buckley, Sandra Everett. Yes, the girls in the club certainly put forth all This year the club elected as its officers: their efforts to create such things for the school's Prfxidmzt ....................... Vonna Webb pleasure and enjoyment. Under the capable guid- Vice-Presiderzt .. .. Patsy Bragga ance of our advisor, Mrs. Butcher, tl1e club hopes Sfcrrlary .... .. Kathy McNutt to continue its many and varied activities. Treasurer .... . . . Darlene Inman Sports Manager . . . .... Peggy Doerge G. I. A. Snaps J-Teens Juniors and Seniors FIRST ROW Shlrley Slabough Carole Samuel Ruth Ann Congdon udy Rmhmond Judy Lomas Joyce Sprmger OSIC Salem Sandra Keel udy Boberg -Xl1ce ane Gnaw Caluna ohnston Naney Wh1te Jamce Munger SECOIND ROJ1 Nell Brown D1ane Bentley eanle Hruska ackle Smolen Betty M1llS Nancy Lut7 Carol R1chmond Bexerly Fetters Belxa G11 bert Mary ohnston oan Clark Kathy McM1llon Carol TICIZ Elame Yan Slyke THIRD ROW Mary Lawerenfe Dorthy Sarna Nancy Pouska Jeame Roberts Gerry Kap1s Patsy ROblHSOH Esther Vargo Martha Meade Peggy Doerge Patsy Bmgga NIarg1e Exans Janxce acobs oyce MtCunt B1rbara Frye POI RTH ROI1 1n1te Treen Xonna Webb Jom Zellmgcr oy VN alker Karen SLhne1der udy Cfllly Lou1se Budd Sh1rley Zmn Judy N evtndt lntcttst 111 tClllC'll1OI1 rellffxon soclal serx ICC and tluouffh txxtlx L recrganon DIIFIHU tht xca1 tl1t club l1tld xa11o11s aCt111 Th s wat the Club had '1 nus adx 1so1 Nlrs ues Soma ol these mcludtd pl 1tt11 p11t1cs a Come Slnflet asxou an pam spmts '1 spmltu clmnu and the t ll 1 1 s 101111 IIIIIIILIIQC x 1 1 llll mst JJCYIHIICJZI Hop J Teen Antics l -' ' . , 3 , J ' , 1 ' a J ' e 4 f .J J J 1 ' J J' J J 1 ' J J J , ' , - J ff -J 1 , J 1 .J 5 - A 'v " e J J 4 - J ' - J 1 J - , - ' ' - J , , 1 A . ' . 4 , . t J " , J J , J " ' ' '. 1 ' ' . J ' 'J J: A , J ' , 1 , J 1 ' , J 1 3 f ' - ' - The J-Teen Club was established to promote years. Any student can belong tltat is 111 grades nine . . x C. , .D. fu! . J- W. 2 1 O .X . ' . 1-I' - '1 uf.: B .1 ' ", ' T111 cl l lai Q' ' A - , -ly '1 - If . ' V YT i If Q Q ' lzp I 1' Z 'Z X5 5 1 Q ' 4 J-Teens Freshman and Sophomores FIRST ROW Carol Topper Mary Taylor Deanna Gogul Bertha Rogers Roberta Walker Elsle Lemponen Judy Geho Charlotte Wagner Wtlma Walker Demse Hall Betty Synder L1nda Luce Mary Wlser Carol Evans Cherle Longdon L1la Salem Gall Rooney Mrs Sh1flet SEC OND ROW Carol Balles Darla Jacobs Beverly Kapen Sandy Sprmger Vlfglnla Vrenneman Barbara M1ller Patty Brown Esther Hanson Vema Lemponen Patty March J3Ck1C Wash bum Faye Z1nn Marle Preston Sally Toukenon Judy Ames THIRD ROW Pat Toppm Mary Ebersole Jul1a Johnston Mary Van Slyke V1ctor1a Parkarskl Valene Pnce Nancy Pet txt Jamce Clark Bonnle Beebe Darlene Inman Sharon Luce une Hall Ruth Lawerence Sandra Everett FOURTH ROW Mary Jo Lutz Sandy Meade Carol Roak Carol Lynne Brenneman Kathy McNutt Lmda Bratten Judy Chapm Carol Berrxer Mar1e Ensman Karen Bebout Joyce Brown Judy Pratt Lmda Grayson Brenda Schuman Carol Meade We have been ralsmg money for the h1 h llffht of the crownmff vwhlch was Aprll 12 The Queen of the year whxch 15 the Sprmg Frollc Our theme ruled supreme on that nlght thlS year was An Affalr to Remember The elght Flhls year the club selected as tts officers candldates campa1gned ugorously before the nwht Officers Prerzdent Vzce Pretzdent Secretary Treasurer 37 Carole Samuel Vlargaret Evans Dlane Powell VlTU1H1a Brenneman iv g " 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . , . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' . . V . . . . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 .I ' 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 w 1 1 1 1 1 ' y . . . . . . . 1 0- - 1 D O 5 ' . . Q N . . ,, X . . K . ' V ca ' 11 ' ' ' ' , . , D ' . . . . . . . . . . X , .......... D Q ,,A,p V ly ' :O f The Student Council of jefferson High School, is in its second year of functioning. Since the organi- zation is so new, it hasn't had a chance to do too much as of yet. This year it has taken aims to adopt Student Council FIRST ROW: Mr. Ganas. Mike Ollia. George Nyland. Carl Ollia. Jr.. Ron- ald Berrier, SIfC0.YD ROIV: Joy XYalker. Yonna Webb. Ronald Naso. Alfred Mackey. THIRD ROW: James Yeroti. Carol Meade, john Inman. Gerald Smolen. Councils, which is located in Toledo, Ohio. YVith this membership. they'll receive a newspaper reg- ularly which can aid them in diflerent situations. The competent faculty member who advises the treasury, so it decided to a constitution for itself. constitution of other and cils, it hopes to adopt a The council needed By comparing with the more experienced coun- thorough and just one. to raise money for its take charge of canteens council is Mr. Ganas. This year's officers are as follows: President ..... . . Jimmy Verioti Vice-president . . . . Alfred Mackeyf Secretary .... .... V onna Webb Treasurer . . . . . Ronnie Naso to be held after the home basketball games. Next, they plan to join the Ohio Association of Student Student r .2 in fll Librarians RMT ? f ll "' Z 2 5 A 05' 5 W . S The student librarians are a great help to tl1e other students. They sign out books, help students find reference material for re- ports and essays. They also eollect lines from students that have overdue hooks. They keep every book in its proper place so that it will be easier to find. The File cards, prepared by the student librarians. greatly help the students find the hooks they want when they have only a general idea ol' what they are looking lor. The student librarians use their study halls to help others acquire more knowledge and information. l"IRS'l' RUIV: Betty Synder. Kathyern Kemp. Barbara Miller. Mrs. Lamb. janet Murdock. Josie Salem. Doris Fairchild. SEC- OND ROW: Rosemary Baker. Mary Johns- ton. Joyce Kltffune. .lean llruska. Martha Kfeade. Judy lYeyandI. Carol Richmond. i Spanish Club FIRST ROW Carole Samuel Mar1lyn Lamb Ruth Ann Congdon Cather1ne Fmk oyce Sprmger Jack1e Smolen jamce Treen Mary Lawrence Mrs Clark SECOND ROW Nancy Whxte Patsy Bragga Martha Meade 'Nancy Lutz Barbara Frye Mary Clark Kathy MCM1ll10H Joy Walker Vonna Webb THIRD ROH Kenny Baker J1m Kr1eger CIIHYOH L1ezert Alan Durst Larry Carlson jack Maylxsh FOURTH ROW Ronald Evans Bob Kemmer J1m Kelly Thomas Everett Fred Golen Dav1d H1llyer Denn1s Hoen1ck Officers Th1s year a new organxzauon has come 1nto emg 1n cfferson H1 b School a Spamsh Club unlor and sen1or members who are studymff Spamsh are el1ff1ble for th1s club The adxlsor and founder 1S Nflrs Laurella Clark xy ho has proud a xerx capable leader The purpose of the club IS to use Spamsh ln com ersat1on sonvs Spamsh games and small plays r1th1s may the members can benefit from the meetmgs Some of the act1x1t1es lncluded a Thanksmung party a Chr1stmas pmata and party a dlnner on Pan Amer1can Dax IH Apr1l and also a p1CD1C The Club has proxed a benefic1al one to all Vzce Preszdenz Larry Carlson Spamsh students and lt IS exeryones hope that It SeC'em'J ames Kelly wlll soon be a standard 1n the school Treasurer Dalyd H1llyer fin. """ xx? X -' , , , , J 7 1 1 A 2 ' ' '- 7 7 7 ' 5 I 5 7 5 ' : Y 7 I I I ' '. I I I 5 Y 3 ' 1 b . . I .U 1 .5 n 1 D O 1 3 . ' T : A a' r ' C ' 2 .1 ' . . U . Prerzdent .. . . . . . . . .. ., .... ... Carole Samuel ,K -1- .- 'r .,ff-f"""i:" A 5 -4 Y gf .- ,f- ' J ' CT- . 39 A ' R 3 ' F'-, . Y FIRST ROW: Stuart Clifton, Dennis Ward, Cherie Congdon, Sharon Luce, Barbara Miller, Kathy Preston, Patty March, Verna Lemponen, Kathy McMillion, Karen Toukonen, Nancy Pettit, Carol Berrier, Jeanie Roberts, Janice Treen. SECOND ROW: Sally Toukonen, Marty Vargo, Susan McCoy, Charles Hamilton, Lanny Anderson, David Hillyer, Larry Carlson, Nancy Kurt, Marty Miller, Jack Myers, Ronnie Naso, Pete Juccenko, Louise Budd, Laurie Heidelberg, Larry McQueen, Donald Mitchell, Judy Geho, Karen Lynagh, Judy Ames, Nancy White. THIRD ROW.' Carol Stutzman, Sharon Robinson, Mary Johnston, Clarice Reinhart, Gary Pipponen, Ken Lee, Jackie Washburn, Mary Plitt, Dennis Calaway, Jim White, Carol Brenne- man, Alan Durst, Suzanne Buckley, Bill Reinhart, John Hybert, Bill Hamilton, Shelia Spencer, Kathy McNutt, Marilyn Lamb, Arvo Toukonen, Janien Nizen, Ruth Ann Congdon, Ronnie Heidelberg, Clinton Lizert, Peggy Doerge. Band The Jefferson High School Band under the di- rection of Mr. Wlilliams, has had a very active and successful year. Because of long hours of practice, the Band was able to present many enjoyable and well-praised shows during the football season. A beautiful hi-fi set was purchased as a result of a magazine subscription drive. New music folios were also obtained and a double french horn and oboe were donated by the Music Boosters. The marching band consisted of forty-eight Hhigh stepping" members, while the concert band had sixty students within its ranks. The Winter Concert was presented to a capac- ity audience on Sunday, January 26. The Spring Concert, on May 6, greatly pleased another full house with choice pieces of musical selections. On March 8, the district solo and ensemble contest was held at Youngstown ljniyersity. Mtrch work was required in order that our students would again come out on top when in competition with other high schools in our district. Every member of the band, as well as the di- rector, Mr. lYilliams, is to be congratulated for their fine and pleasing work during the 1957-58 school year. Officers Corporal Propert3 David Hillyer Corporal Property Lanny Anderson Sergeant Propertg Stuart Clifton Sergeant Head Drummer Alan Durst Corporal Librarian Kathy Mc'Nutt Band Captazn Janice Treen Sergeant Attendance Kathy Mclyiillxon Corporal Lzbranan Peggy Doergeg Sergeant Librarian, Nancy White. -Qs e aee- elif . .4 w , . s. M' -- -f 555 I 4 o Q1 W S -I ' lu, , . 1-?'?i-'f , A 1, I x Al 3 65. z - .. , gg.. W 6 'Mr V4 J-Hi-Life Editorial Staff FRONT ROW: Roberta Walker, Carole Samuel Marllyn Lamb Ruth Ann Congdon Katheryn Jansen, Jackie Washbum, Mrs. Jones. SECOND ROM 'Nancy White Janet Murdock Kath elyn Fink, Sandra Keel, Darlene Inman, june Hall THIRD ROW Dorthy Sama Nancy Pouska, Belva Gilbert, Margie Evans. Peggy Doerge Patsy Bragga Barbara Miller FOURTH ROW: Joy Walker, Vonna Webb, Mary Clark Suzanne Buckley Verna Lemponen Editor ...... . . . Assistant Editor .. Sports Editor ..... Business Manager . . . Circulation Manager . Senior Yearbook Staff Few students realize that the seniors on the Editorial Staff. publish the yearbook. This year the stall has had to work extra hard with only seven seniors to do the work. The yearbook staff includes: Dorthy Sarna, Vonna Webb. Joy Walker. Carole Samuel, janet Murdock, Nancy Pouska, and Nancy lN'hite. Editor. Nancy White Patsy Bragga Peggy Doerge Carol Samuel Dorthy Sarna J-Hi-Life Business Staff Qs? JD 8' '51 Q? Jef 9 f x aslqmf '9 st 0? 1 ,ter 4 X 9' Q 63 0 af' FIRST ROW Benny Ashley Elsxe Dlemer Josephme Salem Well Brown SECOND ROW Mr Walbum Kenneth Mlsener Esther Vargo Brenda Schumann Mary Lawerence THIRD ROW Kenneth Gates Teddy Grxlly Daud Mlller Robert Anderson YVhat would efferson Hxgh School do wxthout JH1 Llfe Busmess Staflm Few of us stop to real17e that the rest of us haxe a more enjoyable evenmv On those cold Frldax nxfhts durmff football season thls group of people sees to lf that steamlnff coffee and hotdovs are ax allable for anyone who wants them Durmg basketball season they work just as hard but then wotk IS curled on 1n more comfort able quartets The onlx pav that these 1nd1v1duals 43 recelxe for thelr hard work IS a letter w htch IS gn en to each of them durlnff the annual recoffmtlon as The proceeds of the itaff are used to pay for the publtcauons of the monthly papers and the an nual xearbook Lnder the excellent SLIIJCIXISIOH of Mr KN alburn thc Group has had a xery successful year We all owe a world of thanks to VII XX album and h1s BSQISYHHIS for lllfxlf' hard work Q ' Q Y V I M 7 ' QQ? A" ' S' E ' ,cz U . 'M Y I 4 ' - - A b , A D D - that these people put in long hours of hard work so sembly, held in the spring. . A ,V g . o . ' V C ' Q ' D 1. Y' " I X . Y I ? v I' I - A . 7 x D L . v Y s . Senior Members hier X FIRST ROW: Gerri Kapis, Janet Murdock, Dorthy Sarna, Nancy VVhite. SECOND ROW: Diane Powell, Alan Durst, Robert Kemmer, Joy Walker, Kenneth Roden. One of the most coveted positions a student in high school can attain is to he chosen for member- ship in the National Honor Society. Any junior stu- dent in the upper tenth of his class and any senior student in the upper third of his class is eligible for the honor. The members are chosen by the school faculty. Final selection is made on the basis of four important NATIONAL l' sow X 'I Q M c. 2 EE? Stuart Clifton. John Inman. Patsy Bragga. Marilyn Lamb, qualities. CillZ1I'21ClCl"' -reliability. loyalty. and hon- esty. Scholarship-- maintaining grades which are a credit to you and your school. Leatlersliipff holding ofiiees and promotion activities. Service- frendering your service cheeerfully to the school. Twice a year the group attends county-wide meetings which feature a banquet. election of county ofhcers. and social activities. Junior Members N Red Cross W - Council 6 FIRST ROW: Naomi Falkenburg. Janien Nizen, Marilyn Meade, Ruth Ann Congdon, Judy Lomas, Linda Luce, Sandra Keel. Nancy Lutz, Diane Bentley, Mrs. Clark. SECOND ROW: Patty Hefner, Peggy Doerge, Patsy Bragga, Kathy McNutt, Mary Clark, Nancy White, Vonna Wlebb, Nell Brown. THIRD ROW: Joy lN'alker. Jackie Smolen. Carole Brenneman, Carol Meade, Elsie Diemer, Josephine Salem. Mary Lawerence. FOURTH ROW? Butch Ollia, Ronald Berrier, Emmett Delaney. Ronald Nase, Larry Carlson. John Inman. Jim Verioti. Jim White, Butch Brown, Tommy Gary. offlcers As in preceding years, the Red Cross Council has been very busy this year. At Christmas time ten boxes filled with useful articles were packed and sent to the Ashtabula County Home. In the early part of the spring a Red Cross drive was held in which many rooms contributed one hundred percent. The money contributed by the rooms is used to buy articles for the Christmas boxes and the Easter favors. During Easter. the Council members made one hundred twenty-five favors which were sent to the Ashtabula County Home. The Council carries out its useful work under the able supervision of Mis Clark. lYe at Jefferson are certainly proud to have such a worthy organization in our school. President ..... ............... E mmett Delaney Vice-President . .. .............. Ruth Ann Congdon Serretary .... Patti Shore lAbsent from picturel Treasurer .. . . .... . . . . . . ..... Larry Carlson C3 FIRST ROW: Mr. Shoaf, janiee Millard. Diane Bentley. SECOND ROW: Barbara Welser, Margie Evans, Gerald Burr. THIRD ROW: Gene Ollia, Eugene Burr, Douglass Brenneman. The Athletic Council is under the capable su- pervision of Mr. Robert I.. Shoaf. This organization is one of the most important and hardest working groups in the school. It is com- posed of a representative from the upper four grades and the officers, which are elected the pre- ceding year. This organizations purpose is to be present at all football games. selling and taking tickets while Fighting the cold weather of the outside. They miss most of the game. The warm inside of the school is heartily welcomed at the basketball season. The money that is made at these events is used Athletic Council to purchase awards for students participating in inter-scholastic sports and to buy new athletic equip- ment for the school. After each season, the Athletic Council spon- sors a banquet for all the football and basketball players: also for the reserve and varsity cheer- leaders and coaches. XVe wish to thank them all. This year the council elected as its officers: Prrividerzt ....,................... f Gerald Burr I'ice-Prrxidmzl . . . . Eugene Burr Secretary ..... Janice Millard Treasurer .. . . Barbara XN'elser FIRST ROW: Carol Topper, Carole Samuel. Roberta W'alker. Marilyn Lamb, Ruth Ann Congdon. Kathetyn Jansen. Jackie Washburn. Cherie Congdon. Verna I,c-niponen. Mary jane Ebcrsole. Judy Ames. Sandra Keel. judy Lomas. Larry Brown. SECOND ROIV: Mrs. Ganas. Gayle Parks. June Hall. Jackie Sniolen. Kathern Fink. Joyce Springer. Patty March. Sally Toul-tenon, Mary Johnston. Judy Boberg. Alice jane Gnaw, Martin Miller. THIRD ROW: Audrey Fleming, Martha Meade. Peggy Doerge. Patsy Bragga. Nancy Lutz. Joy Walker, Kathy McMillion, Joan Clark, Nancy Pouska. MayBelle Hines, Calvina Johnston, jim Veroti. FOURTH ROIV: Karen Bloom. Geraldine Kapis. Louise Budd, Brenda Schumann. Mary Clark, Barbara Frye. Suzanne Buckley. Valerie Price. Nancy Pettit. Esther Vargo. Patsy Rob- inson, Robert Kennner. Kenneth Roden. Future Teachers of America children at dillerent ages as they learn. and deyelop under the guidance of a teacher. The students discover for themselves basic or related to suceessliul teaching. The P estdtnt f tl Fu e uhtt s 1 titi on e E' me ll ' r ' o te ' turf ' 1 Te: ' Jin Ye t '. t f'rs A rs with its advisor Mrs Nlary A ' ' 7 1 ,ff I Ganas. yn-"' . I -:- The Future Ylll'1lCl1l'l'iS Organization in our school gives the stu- dents an opportunity to try their hand at teaching. to observe skillful if they have what it takes to become a good teacher. lt enables the students to study and identify the qualities. traits. and aptitudes which are 5. es, ,. 5 Q, K SIU - I M 3 , , f fkhi' ' . 1 wi? fe f ,ar M M- , Af 1 f, Gif ' 2024 4 Vf sf ,Cir-' 345244 , my if W Q 9 ll james Verioti n-, J f It fe Aa Maurice Kahn 5 Herbert Track Robert Strang DA l957 Falcon KNEEI.I.YC.' Coach Ronald Buteher. Kenny Lee, Tom Nizen, Ronnie Naso. Mcflullouuh. Tom Reusthlinu. John Ilruska. Robert Strane. Jim Muneer. jerry YS John Hawkins. Axel. Butch Ollia. Ronnie Berrier. Benny Chambers. Terry Hefner STA.N'DI.Yfi: Emmett Delaney. jim Kelly. Dennis Dit-mer. George Smolen, Richard Our 1957 football team. playing in the YYestc-rn Reserve League, ended up the season with a -lf3 record and in a tie for third place. This year our team brought the coveted Qold football back to -Ieflierson as we gained a victory over Edgewood 19-7. We also defeated Geneva, in our opening game. Our passes seemed to Click this year, with George Smolen throwing to Larry Carlson for long gainers. and Ronnie Naso. quarterback: to Klanrice Kalin. end, for the short ones. Emmett Delaney. outstanding fullback. was the man with the most points when the season ended up, as he scored numerous touchdowns. and extra points. Outstanding on defense were Herbert Trask. Klaurice Kahn. and Richard Hamilton-fall seniors. Our offensive work-horses were Emmett Delaney, Her- jack Maylish Terry Hefner George Smolen Larry McCullough Jim Kelly Football Team Hamilton, Jack Maylish, Maurice Kalin, Robert Kemmer, Herbert Trask, Fred Golen, David Swenson, Larry Carlson, Rollin Havens, Alfred Mackey, Jim Verioti, Mr. Degasperin. bert Trask, Blaurice Kalin, Ronnie Naso, Larry Carlson, and George Smolen. These boys all did a fine job carrying the pigskin for those important TD's. Coach Butcher, in his first year as Head Football Coach, emphasized con- ditioning and I'm sure we all noticed that our team was in top condition all season, as we had a minimum amount of injury. Speaking of this years, team, the coach praised them for their fight, scrap, and good attitude. Assisting coaches were Mr. Wormel and Mr. lJeGasperin. With fourteen graduating seniors. we shall expect to see almost a brand new team when practice begins next August, however, we are looking for some more Hne football games in 1958. Dick Hamilton al'-Z. Qi i 4 Q, ap ns Dennis Diemer Emmett Delaney David Swenson Robert Kemmer f' 1 .--LJ:-s--r--H A - ,ff ff! S 2 11- ...iff M Q qi-'jf'-f Emmett Delaney 'Q ,. wqe 'K x 1 ,fl if ff Senior Co-captain, Emmett Delaney, was chosen by the stu- dent body as the Most Valuable Football Player of 1957. Emmett has been a hard working and out- standing fullback since his fresh- man year. During his football career he has copped first team berths on All County, and Vest- ern Reserve League honorary teams. Emmett is noted not only for his Hne sportsmanship and superior athletic ability, but for his all-round popularity as well. l'Ve wish the very best of luck to J-Hi-Life,s 1957 Most Valuable Football Player-Emmett Delaney. Most Valuable Football Player of l957 Football Cheerleaders LEFT TO RIGHT: Darlene Inman, Patty Shore, Patsy Bragga, Joy Walker, Patsy Robin- son, Jackie Smolen. 1 Z' .tt Joan Clark Q' WZ Homecoming Queen . v', in -..n QI . 4,5 , v J: pref,-g,.S. idk fr I' , L 7 L . 1 'J' 5-"ft: , -D ...qs ,f ' , 34, I ',g, - ga. . ,Ioan Clark, a senior, was chosen by the football squad to receive the honor of being "Football Queen of 19577 She was presented to the homecoming crowd during the half-time of the game, where she was crowned and pre- sented flowers and a gift by the co-captains. With her sweet disposition and lovely smile, Joan made a truly beautiful homecoming queen. Q un ye' I Q. ffgj v X 41 ll ' ' ' we wi' ::, 'lt ' ' 1 '-'l lla' Q ' I 1' Homecoming Attendants Elected by the football squad as attendants to the queen were pretty senior, Barbara XN'elser, and junior, Jackie Smolen. These girls were also presented gifts at the half-time of the game. Both these girls work for our team as Barbara serves on the Athletic Council and Jackie is a cheerleader. Their winning personalities and willingness to work for the betterment of sports. make these Qirls truly deserving of this honor. Senior Stars Reserve Basketball Team 334 3 4 l L FIRST ROW Robert Parsons George McMannes Ronme Berrler Jlm Wlute Bob Van Devander SECOND ROW Lanny Anderson Martm Vargo Ed mund Brown Rollm Havens THIRD ROW Larry Fmk Tom N1zen Roger Evans J1m Anthony Tom Reuschhng Coach Ronald Butcher TEA -J ' Thls sears Reserxe team finlshed up thelr season Reserve Cheerleaders wlth elexen 1n the mn column and seven lost Four up the team thls xear Thrs team provldes xaluable trammff for the V3TS1fy hopefuls and manv mterest mg games for spectators Thls xear ltttle Ronnle Berrler was captaln and the outstandmff plaxer He fimshed up the season ruth 154 total pomts B1 Fred Golen and 1m An thony were rx ht IH there all the txme too addlnv not only helght but 87 and 106 pomts respectuely Coach Butcher stated that Bobby Van Devander was the most 1mproxed plaver as he dumped nn 64 pomts for the season The total polnts scored by the Resene s opponents 3472111151 them was 539 2811116 the total pomts for the team was 694 This should be a good mdlcatxon of the thmgs to come Contrlbutmq to that total of 694 were Larry Fink 6 Tom NIICH Bob Parsons Nhrtx Varqo 6 Butch Brown 19 Ilm YN lute Ro111n Has ens 33 Tom Reuschlme George NIcNIannes 41 1 annx Anderson 5 LEFT TO RIGHT jaclue Smolen and Darlene Inman MISS ING Patty Shore fx? '-:phi D 23 l ll X 1 X N 1, X X Q an X I X I f I I A x 1 I I 0 I I N I I r I . X I X I x ' S ' I X f 5 f v', X I x S -. Z bww, teen boys from the sophomore and junior' classes made 4 . 1 Q D 1 1 I 1 - V. l D D, .Q . .gr ' . ' A - . g . 5 . D . v- I L 5 - 5 . . N j A - 5 - l ' ' ' - 16 ' ' - ' , - 88 1 T' , -L .. n . P? ? 1 my .. , . 4 .- Q5 .jak ,. 3 41 ' if 5' N A S3 QQ xg gg V 9 4 . 4 ffft - 31,5 21 , A fp 3 TU v ,, A , ' X 1 X ,-,. x i 1 X ,is I -F ' 3 . L :L G 2 H5 X 9? 61 ., fi ?, ,Mfr I 1. i is I I Q . ., . V 5 Q M f We ff ' n 'E '37 L 'ia Xxx I 2 w M SE? x' 133 f .244 'Q 'L If X vii, dxf' 52 ,V " ' gi if f x Q N2 X by-.al FIRST ROW: George Nyland, Jack Myers, Stanley Obermyer, Dick Zima, Ken Childs, James Kamenick. SECOND ROW: Arvel Toukonen. Ralph Verioti, Ray Newman, Floyd Clark, Jeffery Kalin, Coach DeGasperin. THIRD ROW: Richard Bartle, Joe Roden, Joe Zellinger, Robert Lomas, Tom Root, Tim Battles, Ronnie Austin. Junior High Basketball Team The Junior High Team, made up of seventh and eighth graders, steam- boated through the 1958 basketball season with ll wins and no losses. The team plays in a four team league, which includes Saybrook, Edgewood, and Geneva Spencer. This year they played six league games and five independent games, winning them all. This team serves as the First stepping-stone toward the coveted position of the Varsity team, and this is where the boys learn the fundamentals of the game such as, dribbling, passing, and ball-handling. Coach DeGasperin, in his first year, praised the boys for their spirit and scrappy attitude. The team and coach are certainly to be congratulated for their outstanding season. Ronnie Austin and Ray Nexmstan led the team in scoring with 77 and 73 for the season. Little George Nyland finished up in the race for scoring honors, with 57, while Joe Roden had 29. Others scoring were: Jack Myers-11 David Trask-4 Floyd Clark-2 Dick Zima-4 Arvel Toukonen-2 Jim Golen-2 Junior High Cheerleaders STANDING: Nlarilyn lkieade and Naomi Falkenburg. K.N'EELIXG.' Patty Hefner. 58 L 4-jf V 'fi 1 ,if-ff QQ 1 ,o. Y O41 " ,H si W L A..-'U I-.v.,, 'T 1.4 -"""" F32 54 S Q., fi.. 1 X l . ig' in 1 ,li nvqkg i A ' X Q , -L4, .Q Fr 'Ds 1 , 'ifbfr 'gs 'QU5 .C mi ,ws N ,Q ,- I dl Q. 4--' Q-gi V . 1w. x.- E5 4 'E , I K K -lgr in 1. 5, J ,N .hu 'M il' f"""gf Lana QL' Q 3.4 'PL- .vm KV", -'C 9, 'K ,, . rv. A - 1 5 N :. .4 . Q ' -'P - -kg, Q? Mr H CP D S gl' Ju Ovcgg, Class Histor Twelxe years ago we with our parents enrolled into the most important xenture of our lnes We started school Now as we are preparlng to lcaxc lets look back our the past twelxe years Of our sexenty munbrr senior cliss twenty stun of us started to cther in that memorable first radt Thu art louise Budd fcrnlcl Burr Dennis Dlemer Klan Durst Tom Cary Alice Jane Gniu Terry Hefner C ilxn ohnston Robert Kemmcr ames Kelly Vary Lawrence Paul Lckander Larry Mcfullou h Carol Richmond farol Samuel 'Nancy Pouska Shirley Slabiueh Ceorge Smolen C1rolT1ttz anlce Treen Elaine Van Slyke oy Walker Xonna Vtbh Bxrbar lkelser Chllmcr kltnnirt Nancy White and Joan Zellmger After passing the first grade the next few years went rapidly Stmley Fycrett William Stasny Daxld Sxenson and Patricra Howland joined us durm this time We shall always remember those first few years of school It w as yery CXCIYIHZ to present plays for the rest of the grade school pupils and if we were in 'vlrs Bldlacks room in the second grade to go on a tram ride During our last three years of grade school Dorothy Smrni Ianet Murdock David Pelton Diane Powell Emmett Delaney and ack Maylish came to our class We all entered seyenth grade in the same state of mmd Confused Belieye me t took practice to carrv so many books get to classes on trme and learn which teachers would let you do what One thing was in our faxor we had no new classmates names to learn James Kelly afromer classmate returned to our class this year This was an eaccltmg year as we attended for the First time pep assemblies dances high school assemblies and other high school actiyrtres In the eighth grade we were Joined on our excitxn Journey through junior high by Carl Hawes and Maurice Kalm The ninth grade found elghteen students from Lenox Dick Hamilton May Belle Hines William Huttera Russell L1pk0WSkl amce Millard William Remhart Patsy Robinson Kenneth Roden Josephme Salem Roy Stamfield Ernest Tisch Herbert Trask Esther Vargo Diane Bentley Nell Brown Ronald Congdon Elsie D1emer and Charles Click and eight students Fairchild joan Clark and Kenneth Baker By the tenth grade we had all become accustomed to high school routine Many of us were kept busy by school clubs athletics and social actn ties in addltlon to studies In our yumor year we welcomed Joyce Phelps Our class presented the play He Couldnt Marry Fiye under the dlrection of Mrs Ganas Our senior year we were joined by Gerry lxapls from Elyria and Dlanla Leasure from Perry The class play under the direction of Mrs My ers was Finders Creepers Our able officers who lead us in our senior actlyities were President Joy YValker Vice President Jlm Veriotti Secretary Jamce Millard Treasurer Butch Trsch Now as we leaxe Jeff High we wish to sincerely thank all of those who haxe helped us along the way who haxe shared with us their time uldlncc xnrl knowlcd e Ve hue gained much in addltlon to our basic educltlon and hope that we w1ll be able to xpply th1s knowl edge well as we take our places as citizens of the Lnited States of America l .1 CLA55 STOR I S , 4 ri-'W qlfl QW C lmer V Jdlldr I Cqlqlnd. Elgre o5 Q' Han 9 W' ohm B f k 2 QOJKYIQ, une Jam QPOI Q au fry PHOTOS JW- W je Sec. elf ,m 5 A Lffj onna. ,Qs o f AU: wwe e, "rv ef 9' m 'U C' J 'fer ld rr- aff" 6- Manly ' . e E sr , t , r , , C Y '. A A A -A 1 k.t. , 'A L ,A , L . ., a 040 J y A K Y, - T1'AV31f,gJ. . I , y Ka'l'l'9 fm . it 1 . A A' V. I A J Y' I 2 2, I. , . ' ' we a - w r ' .ffl . . Y M . . . Bob Ja . 1 ' : . Y K . 7 H b r P y , 'il - Q' . .P 3 R07 from Dorset: Judie Wleyandt, Robert Strang, Tom Mellinger, Kathy McMillion. Jim Krieger, Doris :J . ' ' , . . WI' ll l ' . . . .Lf . .. 1 ' A . C I . . . , ' : . l - ' .... .I .. .....- l... -... y ' . ie .' Yi. L. -A, V -i L.-it zz ,I Lv U C '47 s ,R at 1, ,, P was C L ' BS J Gr Ty D'. Rav H 7.1-l. - L , I uf . C' Q: ' K J , P I 0 ,4 .U 0 c, i f 1 f' 00 M C X n ,-.liz-'Jg H W ,,.e 1 -I ' W K . ' V ' 7 62, 4' R 4 D Paddy cle M Belle emi we C-Pearse 7 C ass Will We the Senror Class of one thousand nrne hundred and fifty erght berng of sound mmd and memory do hereby rn thrs our last wrll and testament bequeath our posscssrons and peculrarrtres to you the unrors Maurrce Kalrn and George Smolen leaye therr ath letrc agrlrty to Stuart Qlrfton Shrrley Slabaugh leayes two rnches of her herght to be dryrded equally between Shrrley Zmn and Karen Schnerder Emmett Delaney and Kenny Baker leaye therr manv nruscles to Dax rd Hrllyer and Leonard Prech Dennrs Drenrer leayes hrs abrlrty to sleep rn Englrsh class to Marrlyn Lamb Carole Srmrrel and Dranna Leasure leaye therr so phrstrcated swrng to Judy Grrlly Lhalmtr XX ermert just leayes ack Maylrsh leayes hrs mrddle age spread to Bruce Sherry and Eugene Burr Torn Gary leayes Janrce acobs but not for long 'Nrney Pouskr leayes her father tendrng guard oyer the tovyn especrally those three JUUIOI' hot rodders Cath trrnc Frnk anrce Munger and Judy Boberg Crrol Rrchmond and Pat Howland leave therr secret loye notes to be translated bv Ann Styrgrl and Donna Brockett Ronnre Crongdon leryes Margre Eyans wrth the re sponsrbrlrty of keeprng an eagle eye on hrs lrttle srster Ruth Ann udy Weyandt le ryes her prcy wrt to a most desery mg grrl Sandra Keel Joyce Phelps leayes her babv blue eyes to Lee ack son Bewrre they mry be dangerous Tom Mellrnger leayes hrs boxrng gloyes to that fu ture fc rtherwerght alfred Mickey Jrm lxrreger leayes hrs study hall joke books to hrs Patsy Rolxrnson le ryes her be rutrful black harr to that Latrn lox cr Bely r Grlbert anrce Trten leayes her rrrusrcal abrlrty to those ar dtnt frns of Beethoyen Xndy Plrtt and Nlrck Hautala Nancy Hhrtc wrlls her J HI Lrfe worrres to the many caprbrlrtres of Prtsy Bragga Joan Ztllrnger leayes her last years bathrng surts to eannre Roberts Gerald Burr leay es slowly but surely Calyrna Johnston ltayes for Kent wrth a deep rnterest rn aeronautrcs Dorothy Sarna leay es her poetrc abrlrty to those loytrs of lrterrture ohn Inman and Fred Golan Larry Mrf ullough leayes hrs fbrtatrous ways to those fabulous Rorrreos Rrchrrd Kray and Jerry' Smolen Rrthrrd ll rrnrlton leayes hrs dark curly harr to Lanny Xnderson Lorrrse Budd and Carol Tretz leaye therr jobs to the shrewd busrness rnrnds of Barb rrr Frye and Jean Hruska oan Qlrrk leayes htr darlrng drmples to no one she can use them herself Terry Hefner leayes hrs accordron to those musrc masterrnrnds Martha Meade and Peggy Doerge Mrllram Huttera and Russell Lrpkoyyskr leaye therr ou spoken and borsterous manner to that conseryatrye lad Card Myers rnrmy Xerrotr leayes hrs lore for wme, women and gold to all the bashful boys rn the Junror Class Xonna XX ebb wrlls one freckle rf she can spare rt to each junror ov YN alker wrlls one holstern herfer to Jackre Smolen on the condrtron that she wrll show rt at the farr for the next ten years Barbara YN elser and anrce Mrllard leaye therr grggles to Katherrne anson Herbert Trask leayes hrs story tellrng abrlrty to Ron ald Ey ans Elsre Dremer and Drane Powell leaye therr commer eral problems to oyce McCune and Eya McMannes Robert Kemmer wrlls hrs basketball herght to Brg rm York Mary Lawrence leayes her long harr to be drylded between Sara Taggart and Mary Johnston Dayrd Syenson and Bob Strang leaye the teachers tearrng out therr harr Paul Lekander wrlls hrs agrrcultural knowledge to those young hay seeds Tom Eyerett and udy Lomas Janet Murdock leay es her shyness to Irene Frnk Alrce Jane Gnau leayes her beautrcran knowledge to our famous French stylrst Leon Gray Kenneth Roden wrlls hrs screntrfic mrnd to those men of precrsron and accuracy Henry Taylor and Ken Lee Stanley Eyerett leayes hrs long legs to Judy Rrch rrrond and Mary Lou Hersley Elarne Yan Slyke leayes her abrlrty to get an en gagement rrng to any grrl who needs rt Dorrs Farrchrld leayes her shorthand notebooks to Carolrne Frnk and Charlotte Kurt Alan Durst wrlls hrs hrstorrcal mrnd to those old standbys Larry Hall and Harland Sprmkle Kathy McMrllron leayes her efficient manner to those lads of perfectron Pete Jurcenko and Melyrn Burlrngame Dayrd Pelton leaves hrs suspended drryers lrcense to the world s most cautrous drryer Larry Carlson ames Kelly leayes hrs football figure and Irrsh tem per to Betty Mrlls MayBelle Hrnes wrlls her sr7e Hye whrte bucks to the petrte feet of Clrnton Lrevert Butch Trsch leaves hrs posrtron on the basketball squad to those two All Amerrcan athletes Davrd Phelps and John Koskrnen Brll Stasny wrlls hrs ayratron knowledge to those hrgh flyers ohn Prekarskr and By ron Beebe Duane Bentley and Roy Starnhelcl leaye therr flammg tresses to Brenda Alley and Dennrs Morrell Esther Yatgo and Josephrne Salem leaxe therr natural curly harr to Carolrne long and Connre Flack 'Nell Brown wrlls her grft of grb to thrt borsterous lass Karen Lynagh Brll Rernhart and Gerrr Ixaprs wrll therr abrlrty to argue rn class to those yery pugnacrous grrls Connrc Wrllrams and Bey erly Fetters Charles Qlrck vyrlls hrs blond curly hrrr to Ron Ma son wrth strrct rnstructrons to grye rt a permanent once ey ery three months Carl Hayyes leayes hrs job of grocery boy at the StopnShop to that muscle bound werght lrfter Joyce Sprrnger In wrtness thereof we the class of one thousand nrne hundred fifty-erght haye hereby srgnecl se rled publrshed and declared our last wrll and testament on thrs twenty nrnth day of 'May rn the ytar of our Lord one thousand nrne hundred and hfty erght r - 1 - ' - , . f' t : 1: .I 1 1 - I . 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YN ho am I9 Kenny B1l1er3 Xep I guess that IS r1ght' Okay ol1ay Ill d1g one more grtyel Hou know thls cemetery l11nd of does IhlDgS for 1 1111n I yyonder 1f my for111er classmates are enjoymg life as mueh as I am XX ell vyrll well here comes o11r town II1OI'IlC1Z1D C,h1l1ner Wumert w1th his attend 1nt X onna YN ebb Xonnx tlvytys knew tytrythmg tbout 1ny dy IlllXlJt" she can tell me yyh1t l11ppc ntd to 111y o b11tld1ts Itm NUFIOII owns and operatts hlS own depart IIICIII stores throughout the Lmted States and Irmte It seems that he has eyerythmg you could 1sk for 111 h1s stores In charge of the gourmet deptrtment IS B1ll Remhart tl1e mens clothes Ctorge Smolen won11ns atttre C1role Samuel Ttsth s Home Permanents are the spec1al for today Selectlng so111e now are Nancy XNh1te oan Clark, MayBelle Hmes and Carol Rlchmond These g1rls are 1ll l'llIJlJllX 1111rr1ed now and hence are pmeh mg thur penntes by ay o1d1ng those eytpenslye beautv salons Thts 1111l1ts Denms DICIIICF and R1chard Il11111lto11 yen unhappy smce they operate the Lea s11re Bt 1uty Salons named for Dlillfli Ieasure the fUl'lOllS Power s model By cruky I do belteye Ill t1ke 1 l1ttle jaunt oy er there now Well w1l1 you look tt whose names IYC 1n IIQIIIS oyer that theater Its 'Ierry Hefner and Kathleen MCMllllOH Gee they must be btg stars now Stanley Eyerett Jerry B11rr 1nd Tom Glry own the theater By the way the newsboy 15 hollermg there must be sornethmg 1mportant 1n that paper Here bov g1ye n1e one Oh no' Daye Syenson has been elected pres1der1t and Bob Strang XICC prestdent So we finally got to Mars Hell what do yo11 know' Ken Roden Paul Lel11nder md Xlm Durst ljllllf and piloted the rocl-.et ship It says here in the b11s1ness seet1on that Dorts Falrrhtld Pat Howland Lalytnt ohnston 'Nancy Pousl11 111d udy Weyandt 1re 1ll setretarlrs to a group of SCICDIISIS who are trymg to lnyent a robot to replue the agtng Elyts Presley The SCICDIISIS C1rl II1wts B1ll Stasney 1nd Ilrrb Tr1sk see111 o Q ' . . A ...N.t,.-fx, 1- to be haymg troublt Illllxlllg the robot flemble enough' Oh h1 XODHI S1y hayr you found out any th1ng more abo11t the Cltss of 383 Oh' So Emmett Del IUCN 1n1 Kelly Due Pelton and Bob Ixemmer haye formed a quartet and fall themselyes The Four Screyyb1lls Charles Cl1rl1 Jlllx NI1yl1sh and J1m Krieger st1ll H1 the army fuess they 111ust haye yeloped a lllxlllg fox their sergt ants Smce rest 11111 1s yt IX llllll 1rt1nt in thts day and age we find quite 1 ftw of our former classmates employed II the XM Illlil It research laboratory Dtane Bentley 'Nell Brown louis Budd Ronnle Longdon ane Gnau and NN1ll11m Huttera are all rackmg the1r lJX'1lI'lS trymg to find out where the yellow went In a dark corner of tl1e large plant we find Els1e DICIIICF NI1ry lmrtnce Russel L1pkOWSkl Larry Nfcfsullough and 'Iom 'yiellmgtr Th1s group s mam purpose lS to myent a tube that you can put the toothpaste back IDIO Worlung yery hard to myent a htgh octane gasol1ne for thtir Ilot Rods wt find anet Mur docls oyce Phelps DIIHC Powell OSIC Salem and Dorothy S11111 Food Lutl1 glrls' As we leaye thts hxppy flllllly of researchers, we pass the office s of tht bu., lJl'lSS 'lhe names on the doors read Shtrley Sl tbuxgh LITOI Ttetz amce Treen and Elame VanSlyke Vte hear th1t dttectnes Roy Stamfield oan Zellmger oy Utlktr jtmte Nfltllard and Gerr1 Kap1s are all trymg to find out who the Llttle Blue Man 15 Esther X xrgo Barb1ra YN elser 1nd Patsy Rob IHSOH are noted tr IN elers They use the1r thumb' Hell I guess th1ts all See111s l1ke we ye for gotten someone Iets see who 1s 1t now? 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