Jefferson Area High School - J Hi Life Yearbook (Jefferson, OH)
- Class of 1960
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Text from Pages 1 - 82 of the 1960 volume:
To our Mothers and Fa-
thers - whose interests
have been in the improve-
ment of our lives - Whose
love and encouragement
have been inspirational -
and whose never ending sac-
rifices have made possible
these four years of high
school - we respectfully
dedicate the J-Hi-Life of
1960 to you our parents.
You are now completing your
formal public education. You
have many things to look back
upon. The memories of the past
twelve years are full of adventure.
You may recall your first day of
school, with its hopes, its fears,
its eager anticipations, Then you
learned to work and play as an
'af individual within a group. You
gradually discovered that you
could read words.
As each year drew to a close
you looked forward to summer va-
cation and a new assignment
with a new teacher for the coming
year. You may recall how you
proclaimed to all that you did not
like school, yet each summer you
anxiously waited for school to
start so that you could be back
with the rest of the Ngangf'
You may recall the excitement of becoming a High School student with all the activities. You enjoyed par-
ticipation in the dances, the plays, band, chorus, Follies, football, basketball, track, and other events. There
were times that you may have made the honor roll, at other times you didn't.
You enjoyed your high school career in direct proportion to the success of your accomplishments. There
were times that you failed to act as you knew you should. There were other occasions that brought honor
to you and to those who worked with you.
You are now ready to leave your high school career behind. VVhat will you do? How well are you prepared
for the years ahead? VVe have tried to help you in such a manner that you will be able to face your future. It
is our sincere hope that you will be successful in your endeavors. May you so live that we who remain here
can say, 'Wale are proud that you attended Jefferson High Schoolf'
We extend our sincere best wishes to each of you.
R. A. McNutt
Robert Shoaf, Principal Jessie Berrier, Secretary
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BOARD GF EDUCATIO
George King, Stephen Perry, Dr. H. C. Franley, James Case, John Hamilton
The Board of Education serves a very important
purpose in the Jefferson Area School system. It is con-
stantly striving to supply us with the teachers and
equipment to make our years in school the best ones
in our lives. The men who serve on this board are very
understanding of the problems of today and are
deeply interested in the welfare of our children.
Mr George King ended thirty years of service
on the School Board this year. During those
years he had served as president, vice-president, CLARKSON MILLINGER
and clerk Congratulations Mr. King, you Mr. Clarkson Melhnger replaced Mr George
have served our School Board well. King.
A. Dale Santner
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President - Thomas Reuschling
Secretary - Esther Hanson
Treasurer - Edmound Brown
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CLASS OF I960
Alice Ashley Rosemary Baker
Carole Lynne Brenneman
Mary Boberg Linda Bratten
Douglas Brenneman Virginia Brenneman
CLASS GF I96O
Paul Brooks Joyce Brown Larry Brown
Patricia Brown Suzanne Buckley Evelyn Budd
James Burlin Judith Chapin Janice Clark
CLASS CF I96O
james Cook William Cornell James Divine
Marie Ensman Charles Evans Larry Fink
Cora Gray Herbert Haines Denise Hall
CLASS GF I960
June Hall Charles Hamilton
Rollin Havens Mary Ellen Hawes
Carroll Herrmann ,l0h1'1 Hfl1Sk-1
CLASS OF I 960
Darlene Inman Carol Jewell Julia Johnston
Lillian Kapferer Sharon Kasonic Joyce Ketola.
Daniel Kelly Richard Kolehmainen Luba Korownyk
CLASS OF I96O
Alice Kosenko Nancy Kurt Donald Kyle
Verna Lemponen Sharon Luce James Maylish
Sandra Mead George McMannes Kathleen McNutt
CLASS OF I960
Barbara Miller David Miller Edward Miller
Kenneth Misc-:ner Donald Mitchell Ronald Naso
Tom Nizen Donald Otto Robert Parsons
CLASS OF I96O
Gary Piiponen Valerie Price
ames Sackett Lila Salem
Brenda Schumann Patti Shore
CLASS OF I96O
Grace Smith Leon Smith Betty Snyder
Sandra, Springer William Swickard Beatrice Taylor
Robert Van Devender Maryeleanor Van Slyke
CLASS OF I960
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Dreams of school days gone
All those years of memory
Jeff Hi we owe to you.
Childhood days, childhood ways
Within your cherished halls,
Our teachers, our friends
To you we give thanks
On our graduation day.
Onward time, onward time
Dreams of things to come
In our future lives Jeff Hi
Our thoughts drift back to you.
You paved our ways, for future
Among our new found friends
Too soon we must go
But still youire our own
In our beautiful memories.
ftune to Memoriesj
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FIRST ROW: Susan Mc-
Coy, Mary Ann Plitt, Bertha
Rodgers, Patty March, Clar-
ice Reinhart. SECOND
ROW: Nancy Mellin, Gayle
Parks, Kathy Preston, Marty
Miller, Harry Runnion, Vic-
toria Pickarski. THIRD
ROW: Larry McQueen,
Jim Munger, David Moisio,
George Pugsley, Carl Ollila.
FOURTH ROW: Chuck
McGill, Carol Meade, Judy
Pratt, Billy McGuire, Gene
Ollila, Tim Root.
FIRST ROW: Tom Zigmund,
Mary Wiser, Charlotte Waggoner,
Jackie Washburn, Sally Toukonen,
Carol Topper. SECOND ROW:
Judy Strang, Patsy Toppin, Ro-
berta Walker, Sheila Spencer, Cora
Taggart, Joyce Taggart. THIRD
ROW: Eleanor Woodworth, Do-
reen Wolf, Faye Zinn, Richard
Stein, Ethel Schmaltz, Richard
Thompson. FOURTH ROW:
Dale Vosburg, Dennis Ward, Car-
lous Sturgill, Edd Utterback, Joe
Misinec, Larry Stevens.
FIRST ROW.' Carol Bailes,
Cheryl Congdon, Dottie Ford,
Judy Ames, Audrey Fleming.
SECOND ROW: Gretta Connolly,
Benny Chambers, Mary Jane Eb-
ersole, Benny Ashley, Carol Evans,
Mary Fink, Howard Frazee.
THIRD ROW: Sandy Everett,
Christine Burr, Linda Brown,
Susan Fetch, Bonnie Beebe, Bob
Burgoon. FOURTH ROW: Duane
Butler, Mike Datsko, John Buz-
zard, Jim Cole, Philip Dietrich,
CLASS QF I96I
FIRST ROW: Beverly
Kapen, Lynda Luce, Judy
Geho, Elsie Lemponen,
Nancy Hackathorn, Fayleen
Lambert, Deede Gogul.
SECOND ROW: Eddie
Kelner, John Kapis, Lynn
Grayson, Gayle Hruska,
Darla Jacobs, Carol Larson,
Jane Kray. THIRD ROW.'
Nate Hall, Ralph Harvey,
Laddie Lynagh, Bill Lesko,
Russ Hanson. FOURTH
ROW.' Richard Laitinen,
Chuck Herndon, Bill Ham-
ilton, Bob Lenart, Ted
Grilly, Tom Johnson.
FIRST ROW: Donna
Swickard, Mary Workman,
Shirley Strang, Karen Van
Slyke, Sylvia Steinhoff,
Sharon Walker, Karen Tou-
konen. SECOND ROW:
Robert Ward, Alfred Wil-
liams, Guy Utterback, Car-
ole Tamas, Karen Wolf,
Joyce Zwaduk, Richard
Zima. THIRD ROW: Rich-
ard Springer, John Vargo,
James Zinn, DeVilla Spring,
Paul Wilde, Tony Tulajew,
Marvin Whipple. FOURTH
ROW.' Russell Stainfield,
Ralph Verioti, Richard Smo-
len, Richard Taft, Nealtor
White, Arvo Toukonen,
FIRST ROW.' Brenda Scott, Ja-
nien Nyzen, Dottie Sizemore, Vera
Perekrest, Marilyn Misiner. SEC-
OND ROW: Elaine Michely,
Shannon O'Breene, Linda Mullen,
Bobbie Roark, Rebecca Reed.
THIRD ROW: James Salem
Tom Nelson, Joe Roden, Carol
Roberts, Tom Root. FOURTH
ROW: Dale Sackett, Denny
Schultz, Ronnie Slay, Ray New-
man, George Nyland.
FIRST ROW: Beverly Ketola,
Carol Hines, Cheryl Hines, Mar-
sha Johnson, Marilyn Meade,
Susan Hohnhorst, Kay Kemp, Jac-
kie Lutz, Linda Jewell. SECOND
ROW: Linda Lovely, Mary Ka-
sonic, Judy Hughes, Janet Kenyon,
Jane Ketcham, Valerie Hruska,
Linda Lehto, James Kamenik.
THIRD ROW: Bill McCune,
Dennis Lawrason, Raymond Mar-
tin, Jim Johns, Bob Lomas, Henry
Matousek, Lee Kuscsik. FOURTH
ROW: Pat McNally, John Hybert,
Frank Lapana, Bob Howland, Clif-
ton Means, Larry Lampson.
CLASS OF I962
FIRST ROW: Carol Agardi,
Donna Cole, Melva Cross,
Naomi Falkenburg, Lana
Bratten, Nancy Bagley. SEC-
OND ROW: Olive Ashley,
John Burlin, Richard Gaines,
Dennis Calaway, Richard
Fischer, Harry Basey, Robert
Behune. THIRD ROW: Bob
Buchner, Beatrice Francis,
Linda Benetka, Phyllis Bur-
lingame, Patty Graham,
Patty Hefner, Elaine Easton.
FOURTH ROW: Roy Cole.
Michael Hamper, Lawrence
Heidelberg, Richard Down-
ing, John Gray, Richard Bar-
tle, Ronnie Austin, Marvin
FIRST ROW: Geraldine
Fink, Charlene Kiefer, Judy
Jewell, Judy Howland,
Carol Gasho, Margie Hines,
Suanne Kolehmainen, James
Fleming. SECOND ROW:
Ruth Hall, Viola Fischer,
Wilmore Green, James Hy-
bert, Elida Kananen, Linda
Kosenko, Aileen Hall, Bar-
bara Kapalin. THIRD
ROW: Norman Housel,
Charles Hines, Ronald Kel-
sey, William Hill, John Free-
man, David Francis, Daniel
George, Margaret Fairchild.
FOURTH ROW: Sara Fel-
der, Ronald Heidelberg, Fred
Fisher, Fred Golen, Eric
Grayson, Richard Ford, Ger-
ald Fink, Jesse Herd.
FIRST ROW: Elaine Balla, Jo-
anne Ebersole, Diana Alley, Jac-
kie Bebout, Merry Chamra, Danny
Ashley. SECOND ROW: Helen
Bielech, Barbara Bush, Gary Ber-
rier, Dennis Armstrong, James El-
liott, Marilyn Cross. THIRD
ROW: Gary Durst, Richard Bailey,
Lester Burgett, Lawrence Bragga,
John Brown, Andrew Britton, Jus-
tina Anderson. FOURTH ROW:
Floyd Clark, Timothy Battles,
Theodore Cox, Wade Buckhardt,
John Corbett, John Crites, Doreen
Budd, Sara Dahl.
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FIRST ROW: Arlene Samuel,
Candy Van Slyke, Lydia Wlad-
yka, Eileen Toukonen, Suz-
anne Sherrange, Carol Stutz-
man. SECOND ROW: Joyce
Woodworth, Alberta Taggart,
Gary Van Slyke, Don Smith,
Robert Simon, Larry Sizemore,
John Taylor. THIRD ROW:
Cheryl Wayland, Cheryl Sulli-
van, Nancy Sarna, Marie Zel-
linger, Kathy Shepard, Elaine
Smith, Joe Urban. FOURTH
ROW: Leonard Stein, Kenneth
Taft, Frances Sparks, Kenneth
Zigmund, Carl Salanci, Ken-
neth Sprinkle, Roger York.
CLASS CF I963
FIRST ROW: David Lai-
tinen, Stanley Obernyer,
Norman McCoy, Sharon
Robinson, Pauletta Nelson,
Sandra Race, Susan Lovley.
SECOND ROW: Ronald
Parks, Nancy Lichtblau,
Cora Rohm, Carolyn Roc-
kow, Kathryn Moisio, Carol
Rooney, Esther Miller.
THIRD ROW.' Caroline
McGuire, Carol Piekarski,
Luella Olfenburg, Shirley
Lawrence, Mary Pettit,
Stephen Liezert, Hoyt
Marsh, Walter Plosila.
FOURTH ROW: James
Masirovits, David Mellinger,
Robert Phillips, Bill Meade,
William Riggleman, Rich-
ard Mason, Clarkson Mel-
linger, Michael Ollila.
CLASS OF I964
FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Nemitz, Patricia Dunich, Lois East-
lake, Julia Toukonen, Shirley Watson, Jane Sheldon, Irene
Wladyka, Seth Tidball, Richard Price. SECOND ROW:
Karen Hamilton, Veronica Dzuiba, Richard Nyzen, Gary Mc-
Nutt, Catherine Laskin, Kathleen Wojcik, Michael Johnson,
Larry Smith. THIRD ROW: Kay Grahrn, Ronnie Harju, Carol
Reinhart, Ronnie Brown, Jane Johns, Sheryl Greene, Diane
Butler, Elaine Currier, Stephanie Hulburt. FOURTH ROW:
Patrick Hamper, Lewis Antolak, David Bebout, Bill Maylish,
John Smolen, Douglas Franley, John Parsons, Leslie Samuels,
FIRST ROW: Cheryl Case, Margaret Douglass, Nadine Ash-
ley, Mary Lou Harvey, Thomas Dailey, John Diemer, Dale
Dennis, Kenneth Boczar. SECOND ROW: Donna Bielech,
Judith Barger, Claudette Ford, Willadine Hall, Alvin Hawes,
Charles Borsukoff, Donald Austin, Budd Diemer. THIRD
ROW: Judith Francis, Charlene Cochran, Janet Grilly, Nancy
Datsko, Janice Grilly, Cynthia Anthony, Larry Brown, David
Buell, Eugene Burns. FOURTH ROW: Virginia Harrah, Leon-
ard Harris, Donald Harris, Wayne Baker, Arthur Elliott, Roger
Camp, Martin Bolte, Dwight Fetters, William Cochran.
FIRST ROW.' Sara Roden,
Barbara Misener, Judy Kray,
Virginia Morris, Donald
Tuomala, Kenny Miller,
Dickie Vargo, Danny White.
SECOND ROW: Delores
Newman, Edward Zwaduk,
Dwain Marsh, Sherry Pratt,
Ida Miller, Mary Lou
Meade, Janet Mihely, Eu-
gene Stevenson. THIRD
ROW: Leonard Lee, Con-
nie Reynolds, Janet Reu-
schling, Rosemary Lomas,
Linda Hayslett, Virginia
Showalter, Joe Roark, Jim
Oelfner, Betty Kean.
FOURTH ROW: William
Hurley, Paul Thompson,
Rodney Hruska, Willie
Hayes, Herbert Heisley, Al-
bert Hughes, John Oeffner,
Dennis Zigmund, Larry
FIRST ROW: Betty Lou
Hawley, Carol Martin, Pris-
icilla Lichtblau, Barbara
Horowski, Kay Mitchell,
Sherry Orford, Walter Ko-
senko, Kenneth Ketchem.
SECOND ROW: Richard
Kapalin, August Hawes,
Oliver Hines, Edwin Misi-
nec, Stephen Gogul, Ron-
ald Miller, Bernie Greening,
Theodore Hill, George Kap-
ferer. THIRD ROW: Mari-
lyn Heidelberg, Ruth Lock-
wood, Toni Higley, Delta
Hackathorn, Keith Neuer,
Carl Nizen, Richard Ha-
bens, Jon Hayford.
FOURTH ROW: Judy
McGill, Stephanie Grys-
panowicz, Quinetta Hayes,
Mary Ellen Hughes, Den-
nis Kleindienst, Michael
Miller, Daniel Kurt, Ed-
ward Gray, Gerald Moses.
FIRST ROW: Kenneth Cross,
Virginia Eastlake, Janet Die-
mer, Florence Consla, James
Bauwin, Harold Bagley, Ron-
ald Fuller. SECOND ROW:
Charles Armstrong, David Dur-
kovic, Donna Burlingame, Jack
Elliott, Joseph Bone, Clifford
Francis, William Burgoon.
THIRD ROW: Jean Cornell,
Linda Gasho, David Bellinger,
Aletha Dreyer, Hilda Francis,
Cheryl Becklrink, Janet Cool,
Richard Coy. FOURTH
ROW.' Lois Burlingame, Joyce
Baker, Pauline Coy, Phyl.lis De-
Mott, Lee Baker, Dale Fink,
SEVENTH GR DE
FIRST ROW: Gary Thomp-
son, Franklin Obernyer, Charles
McQueen, Edward Burke, Con-
nie Kurt, Karen Laskin, Mary
Robinson, Judy Campbell,
Pamela Keel. SECOND ROW:
Quinne Wludyga, Curtis How-
ard, David Gray, Jerry Rhodes,
Rose Marie Walker, Marilyn
Parsons, Barbara Whipple,
George Kelner. THIRD ROW:
Donna White, Allan Spencer,
Danny Foster, Judy Miller,
Robert Amacher, Fred Johnson,
Diane Rockow, Dick Kamerik.
FOURTH ROW: Patricia
Powell, Richard Stevens,
Elaine Reuschling, Marcy Mo-
schell, John Kolehmainen,
Donald Ewing, Betty Smith,
Marjorie Biggs, Barbara Gnau.
CLASS OF I96
FIRST ROW: Kenneth
Woodworth, David Work-
man, Kenneth Sweet, Cheryl
Webb, Nancy Reuschling,
Louise Tamas, Nancy Smith.
SECOND ROW: Lucy
Runnion, Mary Soden, Les-
lie Sherrange, Michael
Prochko, Arthur Pyle, John
Yates. THIRD ROW: Lou-
neta Van Slyke, Donna
Rockow, Diana Waltz, Mar-
tha Quickel, Tommy Tay-
lor, James Sarna, James
Shore. FOURTH ROW:
Connie Park, Mary Phillips,
Judy Piech, Jennifer Taylor,
Bonnie Wolf, June Zinn,
Barry Wolf, Duane Proctor.
C ASS QFFICERS
FIRST ROW: Susan McCoy, Cheryl Congdon, Roberta Walker.
SECOND ROW: Butch Ollila, Richard Laitinen, Chuck Herndon.
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Richard Haines, Patty Hefner, Russel Stain- Stanley Obernyer, David Laitinen, James Golen
field, Naomi Falkenburg, Dick Zima. Larry Bragga, Ronnie Brown.
Gary McNutt, Judy
Kray, Lois Eastlake,
FIRST ROW: Carol Topper, Judy Geho,
Mary Ann Plitt, Deanna Gogul, Bertha Rod-
gers, Cheryl Congdon, Dorothy Ford, Eleanor
Woodworth, Nancy Mellin, Patsy Toppin.
SECOND ROW: Elsie Lemponen, Roberta
Walker, Fayleen Lambert, Lynda Luce, Mary
Wiser, Charlotte Waggoner, Susan McCoy,
Bonnie Beebe, Jackie Washburn, Sheilla Spen-
cer, Ether Schmaltz. THIRD ROW: Beverly
Kapin, Carol Larson, Gail Hruska, Judy Pratt,
Kathryn Preston, Victoria Piekarski, Gayle
Parks, Clarice Ann Reinhart, Carol Bailes, Carol
Evans, Mary Jane Ebersole. FOURTH ROW:
Sally Toukonen, Patty March, Judith Ames,
Christine Burr, Sandra Everett, Darla Jacobs,
Lynn Grayson, Doreen Wolf, Linda Brown,
Susan Fetch, Carol Meade, Jane Kray.
FIRST ROW: Sandra Race, Suann Koleh-
mainen, Suzanne Sherrange, Carol Stutsman,
Sharon Robinson, Merry Chamra, Nancy Licht-
blau, Arlene Samuel, Eileen Toukonen, Kathy
Moisio, Lydia Wladyka, Susan Lovely. SEC-
OND ROW: Barbara Kapalin, Shirley Law-
rence, Carol Gasho, Candy Van Slyke, Elaine
Smith, Cora Rohm, Carolyn Rockow, JoAnn
Ebersole, Carol Rooney. THIRD ROW.' Pau-
letta Nelson, Mary Ann Pettit, Helen Bieleck,
Jackie Bebout, Linda Kosenko, Joyce Wood-
worth, Carol Piekarski, Patty Yates, Charlene
Keifer. FOURTH ROW: Marie Zellinger,
Caroline McGuire, Viola Fischer, Barbara Bush,
Nancy Sarna, Elida Kananen, Cheryl Way-
and, Tina Anderson, Doreen Budd, Cheryl
Sullivan, Luella Offenburg, Ruth Hall.
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FIRST ROW: Beatrice Taylor, Grace Smith,
Darlene Inman, Verna Lemponen, Esther Han-
son, Virginia Brenneman, Sandy Springer, Jean
Walker, Betty Snyder, Margretta Voter. SEC-
OND ROW: Mary Ellen Hawes, Evelyn Har-
vey, Nancy Pettit, Valerie Price, Sandy Mead,
Denise Hall, Carole Roark, Barbara Hudson,
Carol Berrier, Miss Hill, Advisor. THIRD
ROW: Joyce Brown, Cora Gray, June Hall,
Carole Brenneman, Patti Shore, Kathy McNutt,
Linda Bratten, Alice Kosenko, Alice Ashley,
Nancy Kurt. FOURTH ROW: Judy Chapin,
Suzanne Buckley, Brenda Schumann, Marie
Ensman, Rose Mary Baker, Janice Clark, Mary
Van Slyke, Lila Salem, Julie Johnston, Luba
Korownyk, Sharon Luce.
FIRST ROW: Carol Agardi, Lana Bratton,
Nancy Bagley, Marilyn Misener, Marsha John-
son, Beatrice Francis, Karen Van Slyke, Vera
Perekrest, Mary Lake. SECOND ROW: Naomi
Falkenburg, Karen Toukonen, Linda Lovely,
Linda Lehto, Rebecca Reed, Linda Benetka,
Phyllis Burlingame, Brenda Scott, Elaine Mi-
hely. THIRD ROW.' Marilyn Meade, Susan
Hohnhorst, Kay Kemp, Jackie Lutz, Patty Gra-
ham, Janien Nyzen, Patty Hefner, Melva
Cross, Sylvia Steinhoff, Donna Swichard.
FOURTH ROW: Valerie Hruska, Carol
Roark, Bobbie Roark, Sherry Walker, Linda
Mullen, Joyce Zwaduk, Carol Hines, Cheryl
Hines, Shannon O'Breene, Olive Ashley, Do-
G. I. A.
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lies was a tremendous success.
The main event of the winter came on Decem-
ber 5, The Snowflake Swirl. This is the annual
formal dance. After hours of planning under the
supervision of the advisor, Miss LaVera Hill, and
the general chairman of the dance Brenda Schu-
mann, the evening will always remain an event to
remember. For some of us it was our first and oth-
ers our last high school formal dance.
Many other events were playdays where the
girls met and enjoyed spending fun and games with
other girls from schools throughout the county.
The club completed another year of events with
the annual G.I.A. Awards Banquet. Girls were eli-
gible for membership through the point system and
those receiving adequate points were presented
awards at the annual banquet.
1959-60 was a success and Miss Hill did an ex-
President ....... Kathy McNutt
Vice-President .. Barbara Hudson
Treasurer ...... Cherie Congdon
Secretary ....... Roberta Walker
Sports Manager .... Lynda Luce
FIRST ROW: Roberta Walker, Naomi Falkenburg, Kay Graham, Lubo Korownyk. SEC-
OND ROW: Stanley Obernyer, David Laitinen, Richard Stevens, Ronnie Berrier. THIRD
ROW: Mr. Santner, Advisor, Russell Stainfield, Tom Reuschling, Charles Herndon, Carl
The Student Council under the capable direc-
tion of Mr. A. Dale Santner has been active in
Jefferson High School for several years. During this
time the members of this organization have assisted
in a number of projects which have been extremely
beneficial to our school. Through their efforts, ac-
tivities during the noon hour were planned, assis-
tance in the school cafeteria was given, Canteens
after ballgames were held and special assemblies
were provided to add to the dilTerent activities of
Congratulations are extended to this group for
a job well done,
This year,s officers are:
President ................ Thomas Reuschling
Vice-President . . . . . Roberta Walker
Secretary ..... ..... C arl Ollila
Treasurer . . . . . Luba Korownyk
Suanne Kolehmainen, Virginia Showalter, Carole
Roark, Luba Korownyk, Sharon Kasonic, Carol
Meade, Susan Hohnhorst, Suzanne Sherrange, Joyce
Zwaduk, Elaine Smith, Mary Workman, Marilyn
Cliff, Cora Gray, Carol Bailes, Pauletta Nelson, Mari-
lyn Meade, Gayle Parks.
The Student Librarians are one of the most
helpful groups in our school. They exert a great
effort to make our library a sourceful place of infor-
mation. They work during their study halls typing,
filing, and helping students Find the information
they need for study and research.
A 'lThanks,, goes to our fine group of Student
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FIRST ROW: Tom Zigmund. Richard Thompson,
Howard Frazee, Roberta Walker, Jackie Washburn,
Carol Bailes, Susan McCoy, Nancy Mellin, Sandy
Springer, Virginia Brenneman, SECOND ROW:
Mary Fink. Audrey Fleming. Judy Ames. Sally Tou-
konen, Sharon Kasonic, Verna Lemponen, Barbara
Hudson. David Miller. THIRD ROW: Suzanne
Buckley. Judy Chapin, Linda Bratten, Luba Koro-
wnyk, Carol Berrier, Christine Burr, Lynn Grayson.
Bill Cornell, Gary Piiponen, John Buzzard. FOURTH
ROW: Dale Vosburg, Marty Vargo. Doug Brenne-
rnan, Donald Kyle, Leon Smith. Ron Berrier. Ralph
Harvey, Larry Stevens, Laddie Lynagh, Tim Root.
This is Spanish Club's third successful year at Jefferson
FIRST ROW.' Linda Bratten, Mrs. Clark.
Advisor. SECOND ROW: Ralph Harvey,
Donald Kyle, John Buzzard.
High, with Mrs, Laurella Clark as advisor. Students eligible
for this organization are junior and senior Spanish students
The club enables students to have a better understand
ing of the Spanish language and customs. Special plays,
songs, games, and refreshnients are enjoyed at the ex eninff
meetings by all. Occasionally a Spanish or Mexican treat
is given. such as, avocados or granadas.
On Pan American Day in April, a dinner is given and
one or two special guests are invited. usually of Spanish
descent. In May, the club's annual picnic is held and all
the Spaniards say "adios" until next year.
The Spanish students have enjoyed this organization and
wish it success in future years. g'Adios Amigos."
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FIRST ROW: Pat Brown, Suzanne Sherrange, Carol Stutzman, Carol Topper, Jean Walker.
SECOND ROW: Carol Rooney, Linda Luce, Esther Hanson, Bert Walker. THIRD ROW:
Joe Urban, Candy Van Slyke, Cheryl Wayland, Verna Lemponen, jackie Washburn.
FOURTH ROW: Kathleen McNutt, Suzanne Buckley, Christine Burr, June Hall, Darlene
Inman, Virginia Brenneman.
FIRST ROW: Darlene Inman, Virginia Brenneman,
Esther Hanson, Mrs. jones, Advisor. SECOND ROW:
Verna Lemponen, Patty Brown, Jean Walker. THIRD
ROW: Kathy McNutt, Suzanne Buckley, June Hall.
Each month an edition of the J-Hi-Life, the
school paper, is published. Virginia Brenneman, ed-
itor, and the staff has done a wonderful job this year.
Through the paper the staff keeps the students
and faculty abreast of the coming events, student's
opinions on various items, and news of activities in
the school. In the fall each student who subscribed
to the paper is eligible to cast a vote for one senior
boy whom they think is the "Most Valuable Football
Congratulations are in order to the editor and her
staff for a job well done.
Yearbook Editor: Darlene Inman, Paper Editor, Vir-
ginia Brennemang Yearbook Business Manager:
Esther Hanson, Paper Business Manager: Jackie
Washburn, Circulation Manager: Christine Burr,
Sports Manager: Roberta Walker.
The yearbook staff is composed of senior members
on the ,I-Hi-Life Editorial Staff. The duties of a
member include such tasks as taking and identifying
pictures, writing articles, and preparing final copies.
The publication of the 1959-60 yearbook has
meant many extra hours and work for the following
senior girls: June Hall, Patricia Brown, Verna Lem-
ponen, Suzanne Buckley, Barbara Miller, Virginia
Brenneman, Esther Hanson, and Kathleen McNutt.
One does not realize the time and effort that must
be exerted to make such a project a success. The
editor, Darlene Inman, wishes to thank the members
of the staff for their co-operation.
FIRST ROW: Victoria Piekarski, Karen Wolf, Gayle
Parks. Carol Piekarski, Eleanor Woodworth. SECOND
ROW: Bob Burgoon, Benny Ashley, Howard Frazee,
The J-Hi-Life Business Staff has been
on duty this year serving hot-dogs, coffee,
and pop to team supporters. They worked
at the football and basketball games do-
ing their best to provide the people attend-
ing the games with refreshments. The
Ronnie Parks. THIRD ROW: Leslie Bagley, Ken Mise
ner, Don Smith.
efforts of this group are greatly appreciated.
Under the excellent supervision of Mr.
Walburn. This organization has had a
very successful year.
"Thank you, Mr. Walburn and the J-
Hi-Life Business Staff."
Patti Shore, Jim Cook,
Kathy McNutt, Mr. Keith
Ware, Ron Naso, Tom
Members of the National Honor Society are chosen by the faculty from
the upper tenth of the Junior Class, and the upper third of the Senior class
scholastically. They are selected also on the basis of character - reliability,
loyalty, and honesty, scholarship - maintaining a high grade average,
leadership - holding offices and promoting worthwhile activities 5 and serv-
ice - a willingness to cheerfully render one's services to the school.
The members attend county banquets during the school year. At these
times, county ofiicers are elected. Ron Naso was elected County President of
the National Honor Society in 1959.
High school NHS officers are as follows:
President - jim Cook
Vice President - Patti Shore
Secretary - Kathy McNutt
Treasurer F Tim Reuschling
Sergeant at Arms - Ron Naso
The advisor is Mr. Keith Ware.
Rollin Havens, John Hawkins, Jim
White, Brenda Schumann, Betty Sny-
der, Barabra Hudson, Barbara Miller,
Esther Hanson, Virginia Brenneman.
The projection club is an educational
FIRST ROW: Larry Bragga, Norman Housel, James
Johns, Dick Zima, Dennis Calaway, Walter Plosila,
James Oeffner, Rodney Hruska, Harry Basey, Dennis
Larson, William Joeppe, John Diemer, Ken Boczar,
David Buell. SECOND ROW: Fred Fisher, Richard
Bailey, Gary Durst, Johnathan Freeman, Ken Zigmund,
Doug Franley, Richard Haines, Joe Roden, Clark
Mellinger, Eric Greyson, Bill Meade, Gary McNutt.
group for boys in grades eight through
Their very capable advisor is Mrs. Orpha
Most of the boys start in the eighth
grade, and receive instructions on the op-
eration of the equipment. However, a boy
can join the club in the ninth grade.
The equipment the club uses to carry
out its task of bringing the very excellent
and helpful film lessons to both the ele-
mentary and high school classes are: 2
movie projectors, three film strip projectors,
one tape recorder, one viewmaster, one
portable screen and eight wall screens.
Their continually growing library now has
450 Hlm strips.
To the projection club go our many
thanks for making our lessons this year
more interesting and also for giving us a
broader and more understanding view
than our textbooks can give.
This has been another successful year
for the projection club.
THIRD ROW: Dennis Ward, Bob Lomas, Herb Haines,
John Kapis, Richard Bartle, John Hybert, Ronald Austin,
James Golen, Marty Miller, Carl Ollila, Dennis Zig-
mund, John Buzzard, Donald Austin. FOURTH ROW:
Dale Vosburg, Charles Herndon, Larry Stevens, Ronald
Naso, Rollin Havens, Carroll Herrmann, Richard Smolen,
Ralph Verioti, John Hruska, John Hawkins, Richard
Laitinen, George Nyland, John Smolen.
John Hruska, Chuck Herndon, Mrs. Euverard, Advisor, Dale
Vosburg, Rollin Havens, John Hawkins.
The advisor of the Red Cross Council is
Mrs. Clark. She is assisted by Patti Shore,
president of the club.
There are many duties to perform in this
organization. At Christmas time ten boxes
are Hlled with useful articles and sent to the
Ashtabula County Home. During Easter, over
one hundred and twenty-five favors are made
and sent to the Home.
The council is a great tribute to our school.
FIRST ROW: Joe Roark, Willie Hayes, Dale Dennis
Jim Oeffner, Mike Johnson. SECOND ROW: Virginia
Harrah, Nancy Datsko, Judy Kray, Jane Sheldon, Mary
Lou Harvey. THIRD ROW: Leonard Harris, Patrick
Hamper, Leslie Samuel, Dick Nyzen.
FIRST ROW: Cheryl Beckerink, Judy Miller, Jim
Bauwin, Judy Peich, Marcy Moschell. SECOND
ROW: Carol Ann Martin, Cheryl Webb, Toni
Higley, Sherry Orford, Leslie Sherrange, Elaine
Reuschling. THIRD ROW: Phyllis DeMott,
Aletha Dreyer, Charles Armstrong, Rick Havens,
Richard Stevens, Duane Proctor, John Koleh-
mainen, Mike Miller, Dave Workman.
FIRST ROW: Susan McCoy
Bonnie Beebe, Marie Ensman
Virginia Brenneman. SECOND
ROW: John Brown, Richard
Haines, Doug Brenneman, Chuck
The Athletic Council plays an important part in
. the athletic program of our school. It is their duty
gf to sell tickets at the football and basketball games
V at Jefferson High. This money is used for repairing
and purchasing equipment and for trophies which
are presented at the annual banquet.
Each of the upper four grades selects a repre-
sentative to serve along with the previous yearis
We are very grateful to the council and to Mr.
Shoaf, the advisor, for the excellent job they have
Doug Brenneman -- President
Chuck Herndon 1 Vice President
Virginia Brenneman - Secretary
Bonnie Beebe a Treasurer
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW: Suzanne Sherrange, Dick Zima, James
Fleming, Sharon Robinson, Pauletta Nelson, Roberta
Walker, Carol Topper, Carol Ann Stutzman, Kathy
Moisio, Naomi Falkenburg, Susan Hohnhurst, Brenda
Bishop, Audrey Fleming, Marilyn Meade, Esther Han-
son. SECOND ROW: Ronald Parks, Marty Miller,
Valerie Price, Nancy Pettit, Patty Graham, Bonnie Beebe,
Denise Hall, Verna Lemponen, Barbara Hudson, Sharon
Kasonic, Jean Walker, Shannon O'Brien, Barb Bush,
Judy Ames, Suanne Kolehmainen. THIRD ROW:
Helen Bielech, Marilyn Cross, Lester Burgett, Patty
Jim White, Patti Shore, Barbara
Hudson, John Hruska, Mr. Perrin,
Hefner, Tina Anderson, Mary Ann Pettit, Jackie Wash-
burn, Viola Fisher, Judy Howland, Virginia Brenneman,
Suzanne Buckley, Kathleen McNutt, Sally Toukonen,
Patty March, Ruth Hall, Dennis Armstrong. FOURTH
ROW: Gary Durst, Larry Bragga, Bill Meade, Ronald
Naso, Jim White, Larry Brown, Robert Parsons, Tom
Reuschling, Linda Bratton, Patti Shore, Brenda Schu-
mann, Luba Korownyk, Julia Johnston, Larry Stevens,
Tom Zigmund, Duane Butler, John Hruska, Ralph
Verioti, Walter Plosila.
Members of the Future Teachers of America are
students from the upper four grades in high school.
The club was originated in 1957, and it has
been named the Charles E. Foster Chapter. The
advisor is Mr. Wilbur Perrin.
Students are given the opportunity to teach at
various times during the school year in the three
grade school buildings, and occasionally in the
high school. In this way, a member may better
decide whether he or she would like to choose
teaching as his or her profession.
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FIRST ROW: Duane Butler, joe Misinec, Butch Ollila,
Nate Hall, Tom Reuschling, Jim Anthony, Ron Berrier,
Dan Kelly, Ron Naso, Rollin Havens, John Hruska, Jim
White. SECOND ROW: Ken Zigmund, Bob Phillips,
Managers, John Gray, Ralph Verioti, Tom Root, Mar-
vin Whipple, Bob Howland, Richard Taft, Arvo Tou-
konen, Dick Bartle, Ray Newman, George Nyland, Bob
Wormal, Assistant Coach. THIRD ROW: Carroll Herr-
mann, Manager, Jon Freeman, Kenneth Taft, John
Crites, Gary Berrier, Kenneth Sprinkle, Carl Salanci,
Richard Bailey, Richard Ford, Floyd Clark, Ron
Butcher, Coach, Herb Smolka, Assistant Coach.
I9 9 FALCO FCGTBALL TE M
The 1959 Falcon football team presented Jefferson High with the third best rec-
ord in the history of the school. They had an overall record of 6-2 and a Western
Reserve League record of 5-2, finishing third.
Coach Butcher has this to say: "Our team was the smallest in the league in weight,
but overcame that handicap time after time. The team was built around eight sen-
iors and three sophomores and was the best defensive team that has been at Jeffer-
son for a few years."
"We have nine members of the team graduating this year, but many younger
members are ready to step into their places and are hoping to chalk up an even bet-
ter record next yearf,
Ron Naso .... .................... 4 2 points
2 Ron Berrier . .. 24 points
VAm z m L Jim Anthony .... 24 points
M l '2T 'I Tom Reuschling 7 points
Nate Hall ....... 6 points
' Won 5 ......................... Lost 2
in 4 Western Reserve League Standing
V Third place
A Total Points
Jefferson 103 ......................... Opponents 76
Ron Naso ........... First Team .......... Backfield
Ron Berrier . . . .... Second Team . . . Backfield
Rollin Havens ...... Second Team . . . Tackle
Tom Reuschling ...... Second Team ........ End
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Ronald Berrier has been on the football squad
throughout his four years in high school. Ronnie
played the position of halfback. He is a very de-
serving boy and added all in his power to end each
game with a victory.
Ron has been active in other sports besides foot-
ball and is well liked by everyone who knows him.
Congratulations and best wishes to Ronald
Berrier, one of the Most Valuable Football Play-
ers of 1959.
The Most Valuable Football
Player is selected from the senior
members of the football squad by
those who subscribe to the J-Hi-Life.
For the Hrst time since the award
has been given there was a tie and
the honors went to two very deserv-
Ronald Naso also joined the Falcon team in his
freshman year. He was a very capable and efHcient
quarterback. His ability to lead and also to work
with a group helped make the '59 football record
a very good one.
Ron was active in other sports, the projection
club, and is a leader scholastically.
We would like to extend our best wishes for a
successful future to Ronald Naso, one of the Most
Valuable Football Players of 1959.
Patti Shore, Darlene Inman, Carol Roberts, Sandy Mead, Roberta Walker, Naomi Falken-
The football team of 1959 elected as
their Football Queen, Miss Patti Jean
Shore. During a cold, but beautiful clear
night in October, Patti was crowned
queen. She was presented gifts and flowers
during half-time. Patti, looking very beau-
tiful, graciously thanked everyone for the
Patti is a member of many activities.
Some of these are the National Honor So-
ciety, G.I.A. and Future Teachers. Her
warm smile, friendly disposition, and will-
ingness to help are just a few of the char-
acteristics that Patti possesses.
Patti and her attendants were guests at
a dance held in their honor the following
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girls to serve as attendants to the queen.
They were Darlene Inman and Sandra
Mead. These girls happily attended
Patti at her crowning. Gifts and flowers
were presented to the attendants. Both
girls are varsity cheerleaders.
Sandra and Darlene participate in
many school activities. Their winning
personalities make them liked by all
with whom they associate.
These girls are known throughout the
school and each is a queen in her own
ARSITY BASKETB LL TEAM
Jim White, Ron Naso, Nate Hall 1m Anthony Tom Reuschllng Marty Vargo Rollin
Havens, Carroll Hermann, Butch Brown Coach Wormal Manager Kenny Cross Not Shown
- Ron Berrier.
The Varsity squad, which consisted of ten
seniors, finished the season with an overall rec-
ord of fourteen wins, four losses, ranking third
in the Western Reserve League. The losses
were Harbor, Madison and Edgewood. The
Edgewood game was lost by two points in an
overtime as was one of the Harbor games.
Coach Robert Wormal had this to say about
the squad. g'This is the best balanced team Jef-
ferson has had since I have been here. All of
the boys showed team spirit and I think in all
that it was a very successful season."
One of the team's biggest advantages was the
speed in which they conducted a game,
We are very proud of our team for the won-
derful season they had and wish to congratu-
late the boys for their hard work in making our
team an outstanding one.
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James Anthony - 183
Butch Brown -- 17
Ron Berrier -- 176
Ron Naso -- 165
Tom Reuschling - 155
Marty Vargo - 73
Nate Hall - 25
Rollin Havens - 20
James White - 19
Carroll Hermann - 16
Duane Butler - 4
George McMa.nnes - 2
Jefferson -- 1015 Opponents
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Dick Zima, George Nyland, Butch Ollila, Ron Austin, man, Michael Hamper, Coach Butcher, Manager Bob
Duane Butler, Larry Stevens, Richard Laitinen, Ben Phillips,
Chambers, Arvo Toukonen, Ralph Harvey, Ray New-
RESERVE BASKETB LL TEAM
The Reserve team finished the 1959-60 basket-
ball season with ten wins and eight losses. In
league play, seven of these games were won and
seven were lost, while three were won and one was
lost in non-league games.
The team was composed of juniors Butch Ollila,
Ben Chambers, Duane Butler, Rick Laitinen,
Larry Stevens, and Ralph Harvey, sophomores
Ron Austin, George Nyland, Arvo Toukonen,
Ray Newman, and Mike Hamper. High scorer
for the year was Ben Chambers with 115 points.
Other high scorers were Ron Austin - 101,
Duane Butler - 933 Ray Newman - 865 Butch
Ollila - 70, George Nyland - 375 and Arvo
Toukonen - 33.
When asked for comments, coach Ron Butcher
replied, "Our record this year was the worst in
four years, but the team improved a lot during the
season. The boys played well on defense, but were
lacking in height for rebounding. Offensively,
the ball handling was good, but the shooting was
With the improvements made this year, these
boys should make fine Varsity players in the fu-
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FRESHMA BASKETBALL TEAM
Stanley Oberneyer, Steve Leizert, Larry Bragga, Richard Bailey, Richard Ford, Ronnie Shore,
Jon Freeman, Lester Burgett, Jim Golen, Floyd Clark, Ken Zigmund, Erich Grayson, Kenneth
Taft, Coach Smolka, Dennis Armstrong.
The young freshman team has proved very suc-
cessful this year. Winning l2 out of 13 games, the
team will move forward to the freshman tourna-
ments, April 15. The first string players this year
were: Jonathan Freeman, Jim Golen and Dick
Ford, who were high scorers, Floyd Clark and
Stanley Overnyer The advantage of our freshman
squad is their ever-lasting energy, and they do not
Mr. Smolka is their coach and he hopes to be
very successful in the tournaments. There is good
material in the team and they should grow to be
a good future varsity squad.
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Congratulations go to Mr. Smolka and his team
for their excellent record this year. Let's hope they
keep up the good work.
Mr. Smolka has the following comments about
the team: 'EThis year's Freshman Basketball team
proved that basketball games can be won by a
team with smaller players than their opposition.
Jefferson played almost every game against
teams superior to them in height, but the desire to
win and good team play brought a winning sea-
son. A team that plays together wins together and
that is what this year's Freshman squad proveclf,
Suzanne Sherrange, Cheryl Wayland, Helen Bielech.
James Bauwin, Ted Hill, Ron Fuller, Charles Armstrong, mund, Doug Franley, Albert Hughes, Bill Maylish
Gary McNutt, Joe Bone, Fred johnson, Mike Johnson, Coach Proctor, Steve Gogul.
Ron Brown, Larry Smith, Richard Stevens, Micky Zig-
JLI ICR HIGH BASKETB LL TE
From Eve to seven each evening the gym re-
sounded to the tune of rubber-soled shoes and
bouncing basketballs. The Junior High basketball
team was practicing. This group is composed of
those boys in the seventh and eighth grades who
have a desire to participate in sports.
The object of this team is to promote an inter-
est in basketball and to help these boys learn the
basic fundamentals of the game.
Our Junior High team is not extremely tall but
one of good ability and high potential for the fu-
ture years. Though the team boasts only a Five
win and nine loss record their coach, Mr. Floyd
Proctor states that they played considerably better
than the records show. The team lost many of
their games by only one or two points.
Mr. Proctor has been coaching for Hve years
and has been working with the Junior High team
for the past two years. He is very pleased with the
teamls progress and feels they had a good season.
Future success to this young team and we hope
that they may bring many honors from the realm
of basketball to our school. Congratulations, boys
for a Fine season.
Donna Bielech, Nadine Ashley, Nancy
Smith, Veronica Dzuiba, Claudette
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CLASS HISTORY GF I96O
As graduation draws near, let us take a look at how the class of 1960 formed.
We embarked upon a new adventure, as a frightened and curious group of youngsters, we
started down the halls of education twelve years ago, to prepare ourselves for tomorrow.
Elementary school presented a "first timei' for a great number of adventures. Some of them
were our first report card, our first time to present a program for our parents and friends, for
some of us to go on small excursions with, a new word, our classmates.
Those of us who started here in the First grade were: Alice Ashley, Mary Boberg, Linda
Bratten, Carole Brenneman, Douglas Brenneman, Virginia Brenneman, Paul Brooks, Patricia
Brown, Suzanne Buckley, Evelyn Budd, Rollin Havens, John Hawkins, Carroll Herrmann,
Julia Johnston, Richard Kolehmainen, Verna Lemponen, Sharon Luce, Sandra Mead, Bar-
bara Miller, David Miller, Donald Mitchell, Ronald Naso, Tom Nizen, Carol Roark, Brenda
Schumann, Patti Shore, Grace Smith, Betty Snyder, William Swickard, Maryeleanor Van Slyke,
Margretta Vote, and James White.
In the middle of the first grade James Anthony and Joyce Brown entered Jefferson.
The second year of education brought James Cook and John Hruska as new members
of our class.
In the third grade, Ronald Berrier and Darlene Inman made the class of 1960 two larger.
Two more joined us in the fourth grade, they were James Maylish and Tom Reuschling.
Charles Evans and Daniel Kelly in the fifth grade, and Mary Ellen Hawes in the sixth grade
were those who joined us to help make our final preparations before entering junior high school.
When the September finally came when we could enter high school we were once again a
curious and excited group of young people. Now, we could go to the high school dances, enter
into the fun of pep assemblies, go to football games with some idea of who was playing, and
what we were cheering for, and greatest of all, changing classes. We had the opportunity to
elect our class officers and for some of us to hear our name as one of the few who made the
honor roll. Those who entered in the midst of all this excitement were Edmound Brown, James
Sackett, and Jerrold Schultz.
After all the excitement of entering high school was over, three more students joined our class
in the eighth grade, they were James Burlin, George McMannes, and Kathleen McNutt.
ln the ninth grade the boys were eligible to go out for athletics, such as football, basketball
and track. The girls could join the many clubs offered by the high school for them, such as
G.I.A., J-Hi-Life, or any one of her choice.
Our freshman year also brought a large number of new students to Jefferson. Those from
Dorset were: Rosemary Baker, Carol Berrier, Janice Clark, Marilyn Cliff, Herbert Haines, Bar-
bara Hudson, Carol Jewell, Joyce Ketola, Donald Kyle, Leon Smith, Cary Piiponen, and
Those from Lenox were: Larry Brown, Judith Chapin, Dennis Connolly, James Divine,
Denise Hall, Lillian Kapferer, Sharon Kasonic, Nancy Kurt, Lila Salem, Sandra Springer,
Robert VanDevender, and Martin Vargo,
There were also a few students from other schools, they were: June Hall, Charles Hamilton,
Edward Miller, Nancy Pettit, Valerie Price, and Marie Ensman.
When our sophomore year began we had to start thinking about giving the prom the follow-
ing year. We chose as a project the sale of desk pen sets. At the end of the year, we were well
on the way to a beautiful prom. Cora Gray, Luba Korownyk, Kenneth Misener, Donald Otto,
and Robert Parsons entered Jefferson in their sophomore year.
The following year was very busy for all of us as juniors. Another project to help finance the
prom was the sale of Christmas candles. We chose to present for the junior play a three act
comedy, "Aunty Misbehavesf' When it finally came time for the prom we chose "Hawaiian
Sunseti' as the theme. Alice Kosenko and Beatrice Taylor were the students who joined us in
our junior year.
The class of 1960 became a complete group as Nate Hall joined us in our senior year.
The ofiicers chosen to represent us were: President, Tom Reuschling, Vice-President, Ronald
Berrier, Secretary, Esther Hanson, Treasurer, Edmound Brown.
For the senior play we chose a three act mystery, "Dangerous Nan McGrewf'
We wish to thank the faculty, our parents, and our many friends in the community for making
our education an experience we will never forget.
SENIOR CLASS WILL - I960
We the Senior Class of one thousand nine hundred and sixty,
being of sound mind and memory, do hereby in this, our last will
and testament bequeath our possessions and peculiarities to you,
I, Carole Roark, will to Cora Taggart my ability to get out of
class and look like I'm busy, while really I have nothing to do.
To Darla Jacobs, I, Valerie Price, will my forever failing diet.
Donald Otto leaves to you the Juniors fond memories of our
good friend Laddie Lynagh.
I, Verna Lemponen. will to Elsie Lemponen all the assignments
I never quite got around to doing.
I, Mary Boberg, would will my natural curly hair to Judy Ames
but she already has enough.
To Judy Strang and Deanna Gogul, Margretta Vote leaves one
used army surplus locker to divide evenly as each sees fit.
I, Betty Snyder, leave to Bonnie Beebe all the boys I know at
Jefferson, plus a few from Ashtabula and Geneva.
Darlene Inman wills to Dottie Ford her naturally curly hair.
I, Pat Brown, leave to Nancy Mellin my busy and complicated
schedule. Please keep it better than I have.
I, Larry Brown, will Bill McGuire a pair of hair clippers and a belt.
I, Dennis Connolly, hereby will Harry Runnion my parking place
in the school parking lot.
To Bertha Rodgers, Beatrice Taylor leaves her ability to do
Marilyn Cliff, wills to Lynn Grayson two inches of her height.
I, Jim Cook, hereby will to Chuck McGill my next appointment
with the dentist.
I, Denise Hall, will to Sheilla Spencer my ability to sneeze with-
out bcing heard.
Lillian Kapferer wills to Doreen Wolf all her boyfriends in Jeff.
High. She will have to do a little scouting says Lillian.
I, games Athony, will to Gene Ollila my mathematical ability in
Jim White leaves to John Buzzard his select position in front of
the oven on Saturday morning.
To Fayleen Lambert. Lila Salem wills her worn-out typing eraser.
I, Evelyn Harvey, will to Judy Geho the keys to my Morris Minor.
Tom Reuschling leaves to Jim Munger his irresponsibility.
I, Cgiiclh Kolehmainen, leave my 1959 football letter to Butch
Juia Johnston wills to Eleanor Woodworth her Strawberry Blonde
I, Mary Van Slyke, will to Gayle Parks my quiet ways in Mr.
Perrinls study hall, fourth period.
Joyce Taggart is the proud receiver of Joyce Ketola's typewriter
in the commercial room.
I, Kathy McNutt, leave to Carol Evans my short curly hair and
my big furry mittens.
Alice Faye Ashley wills to Faye Zinn her bad temper.
I, Nancy Kurt. will Kathryn Preston all the cool shadows she can
find of the "Beatniks,'
I, Ronald Vosburg, gladly leave.
Barbara Hudson leaves to Charlotte Waggoner a whole year of bus
rides from Dorset to Jeff 7 quiet, warm, fast, comfortable . . .
Ralph Harvey receives Leon Smith,s ability to talk in the library.
I, Jean Walker, do hereby grant to Mary Wiser my ability to
drive and anything else she might need to stay on the road.
Carol Jewell leaves Jackie Washburn two tickets to the Slenderella
Cheryl Congdon will receive Carole Brenneman's broken down
majorette boots and her rusty baton.
Larry Fink wills to the gangling Benny Ashley his height.
I, Thomas Nizen, will to Richard Stein my big feet.
I, Ronnie Berrier, will to Jim Cole a pair of boxing gloves in a
Carol Berrier wills to Susan McCoy her ability to get along with
I, Paul Brooks, will my locker, my seat in home room and my next
appointment at the doctors to Ed Utterback.
Marty Vargo leaves his abiltiy to chew gum in sixth period study
hall to Delbert Dreyer.
To Sandy Everett goes Joyce Brown's position as "clerk jerkn in
the A8rP Tea Company to occupy her spare time.
I, Carroll Herrmann, will to Tom Zigmund my ninth period study
hall which I am never in.
Bill Cornell bequeaths to Dennis Ward the book he just published,
Ten 1105 Easy Ways to find a girl with ten easy parking lessons.
I, Jim Divine, will to Russell Hanson my ability to get along
with Mrs. Wilsted in eighth period study hall.
I, Sandy Springer, leave Carol Meade my book entitled "Ten
Easy Lessons in Driving."
Chatrlfes Hamilton leaves to Bill Hamilton a portion of his driving
a 1 ity.
To Bert Walker, Marie Ensman wills her long hair, in hopes that
she can do more with it than she had.
1, Bill Swickard, will to Tim Root and Richard Thompson my
musical ability split in half.
I, Gary Piiponen, leave Richard Laitinen with English IV which
I didn't take.
Esther Hanson wills to Judy Pratt anything she has that Judy
thinks she can use.
To Tom Johnson, Dan Kelly wills his ways to get along with all
I, Ed Miller, will to John Kapis my long blonde hair and my
To Dale Vosberg goes David Miller's unfinished project in shop
Alice Kosenko wills to Vicky Piekarski her hearty appetite.
I, Cora Gray, will to Bob Leonard my ability to pass history.
I, James Maylish, will to George Pugsley and Eddie Kelner my
ability to give the monster a hard time.
Donald Kyle wills to Phillip Dietrich my quiet ways.
I, John Hruska, hereby leave Joe Misinec, my dry football uni-
John Hawkins wills to Ben Chambers one slightly used physics
Judy Chapin wills to Gretta Connolly her ten easy lessons in
"Putting on Weightf'
I, Mary Hawes, will to Christine Burr all the notes I wrote in
second period study hall.
I, Ron Naso, leave to Larry Stevens my long, curly locks.
Patti Shore wills to Clarice Ann Reinhart her first trying experience
I, Sharon Kasonic, will my dimples to Patty March.
I, Don Mitchell, leave Robert Burgoon my assigned seat in Mr.
Grace Smith gladly wills to Mary Fink her jumpy nerves and high
I, Virginia Brenneman, will to Patsy Toppin my twin brother
I, Jerry Schultz, will to Mike Datsko my "war surplus" locker, in
hopes that he can figure out how to get it open.
Evelyn Budd, wills her height to Sally Toukonen.
June Hall leaves her ability to play the piano with two fingers to
I, Bob Van Devender, will to Bob Powell my great adventures in
Rollin Havens, wills to Carlous Sturgill his ability to sleep with
his eyes open.
I, Barbara Miller, will my seat in American Government class to
I, Sharon Luce, will Gayle Hruska my soprano voice quality for
her alto part in the trio.
I, Nalte Hall do hereby will to Duane Butler my ability in foot-
James Burlin wills to Leslie Bagley his height.
To Ted Grilly, I, Charles Evans, will every cent I ever won
from him with a book entitled How to Play Poker.
I, Butch Brown, will to Chuck Herndon my typing ability.
I. Herb Haines, will my ability to get to school exactly 10 seconds
before the bell rings to Dale Vosburg.
Brenda Schumann wills to Nancy Hackathorn her faithful tennis
shoes and a bottle of white shoe polish.
I, Sandy Mead, will to Mary Jane Ebersole my half of the Man-
ners Credit Card in hopes that she will use it more than I did.
I, Janice Clark, will to Susan Fetch all the lifesavers I eat in
fourth period study hall.
To Mary Ann Plitt, Luba Korownyk leaves her bushy, fat, black
eyebrows and hopes that she can keep them under control -
something I could never do.
I, Nancy Pettit, will to Carol Bailes my great mathematic ability
with hopes that she can put it to more use than I did.
Suzanne Buckley wills to Jane Kray all her broken down drum
heads and the expense that goes with them.
I, Rose Mary Baker, will to Carol Topper exactly inch of my
I, George McMannes, will to William Lesko all I know about
Linda Bratten wills to Linda Brown her Government book with
hopes that she will get more out of it than she did.
I, Douglas Brenneman, leave to Howard Frazee all the recognition
that I never receive from Mr. Shoaf.
I. James Sackett, leave to Larry McQueen my ability to get A's in
shop without working and to David Moisio my great, brand
new, never opened Government book.
I, Bob Parsons, leave Marty Miller my ability to get along with all
In witness thereof, we, the class of one thousand nine hundred
sixty have hereby signed, sealed, published, and declared our last
will and testament on this third day of June in the year of our
Lord, one thousand nine hundred and sixty.
I 960 CLASS PRQPHECY
We, Bonnie Beebe, Jackie Washburn, Gene Ollila,
and Dennis Ward, predict the future for the members
of the Class of 1960.
Rosemary Baker, Cora Gray, and Marie Ensman
are still sitting at Manners, waiting to be served by
that cute car-hop, Kathy McNutt. Wy donit you
complain to the new manager, Marty Vargo, girls?
Paul Brooks is now designing cars for Tom Nizen's
new General Motors Division in Jefferson. Donald
Kyle, Gary Piiponen, Ronnie Vosburg, and Leon
Smith are his loquacious salesmen. The chief Hgrease-
monkeyw is Rollin Havens.
Suzanne Buckley and Brenda Schumann have a
new jazz album out, featuring duets by Dennis Con-
nolly and Marilyn Cliff. Also, The Three Browns:
Joyce, Larry, and Patty, have released a new record
called "Big Jimmy Brownf,
Meanwhile, Jim Maylish is working up a new
dance routine for Bob Van Devenderis latest musical.
As Jim has always said, 4'Put a little fun in your life:
try dancingln This reminds us Carole Roark is now
in show business, too. She is doing Coca Puff com-
That world renowned painter, Don Otto, is ex-
hibiting his latest work at Nate Hall's new art gallery.
The models for the painting were Luba Korownyk
and Julia Johnston.
Those society Udo-gooders," Charles Hamilton,
Herb Haines, and Doug Brenneman, have financed
a new Aeronautical Engineering College. The dedi-
cation services were held by the Rev. Donald lviitcnell
and Rev. James Divine. Head of the mathematics
department is Edd Miller, Ph.D., and Alice Ashley is
in charge of the cafeteria.
Bob Parsons became - what else? - a beatnik!
He has just started an expresso place on Sunset Strip.
His bongo player is Carole Lynn Brenneman.
Verna Lemponen is married and lives in Ashtabula.
She has just been chosen "Mother of the Yearf'
Nancy Kurt and Sharon Luce have taken over the
Teamsters' Union. They succeeded Bill Cornell, who
has accepted a better position at Clintons, Drug Store.
Valerie Price and Nancy Pettit are the first lady
barbers in Jefferson. Jim Sackett is the manicurist.
Ron Naso is the president of the Famer Bureau.
Judy Chapin is in charge of delivering feed. In-
cidentally, speaking of feed, Jerry Schultz is the head
waiter at Bill Swickard's famous restaurant.
Jim Anthony, Ron Berrier, and Butch Brown are
interior decorators. They are remodeling Carroll
Herrmann's night Club.
Sandy Springer owns the Heavyweight Champion
of the World, George McMannes.
Denise Hall, Esther Hanson, and Sandy Mead are
fashion designers. A new Slenderella Salon is being
operated by Carol Jewell, Lila Salern, and Janice
Famous District Attorney, Tom Reuschling, seems
involved in the outcome of his latest case. Richard
Kolehmainen is the Counsel for the defense, represent-
ing Joyce Ketola in the Sharon Kasonic Case. Dan
Kelly is the honorable judge.
Evelyn Harvey, Mary Ellen Hawes, and Lillian
Kapferer, own a large pineapple plantation in North-
Attending police academy is Larry Fink, and June
Hall is a police photographer.
Jim White makes doughnuts and his wife, Darlene,
drills the holes in them.
Jim Cook is a butcher.
John Hruska is a baker.
John Hawkins is a candlestick maker.
The only census taker in the class is Barbara Miller.
Shefs a thinking lady.
Virginia Brenneman has become a veterinarian.
She has doctored animals of such people as Mary
Boberg, of television fame, Evelyn Budd, brilliant
ornithologist, and also those of Kenneth Misener,
David Miller, and Charles Evans, great white hunters
Carol Barrier, Barbara Hudson, and Linda Bratten
are all attending school to become psychiatrists.
James Burlin owns a very successful shoe store in
Chronelitilic, Rhode Island.
Alice Kosenko and Jean Walker have upooledi'
their resources and bought a new Volkswagon.
A sensational girls' basketball team is managed by
Margretta Vote and Betty Snyder and is coached by
Grace Smith and Mary Van Slyke enjoy being
Patti Shore spends her time as a cosmotologist, a
doctor, a lawyer, a senator, a biologist, a historian,
and kenjamiwitnizrgist fcotton pickerj, which re-
minds us that we've run out of seniors.
His thought and conduct are his own. Football 3545
Basketball 15253545 Track 15253545 Scholarship Tests 35
Junior Play5 Snowball attendant 4.
Honesty is the best policy. G.I.A. 15253545 G.I.A.
Follies 253545 J-Teens 152.
ROSE MARY BAKER
As merry as the day is long. G.I.A. 152535 G.I.A. Follies
2535 Student Librarian 152535 Scholarship Tests 25
Chorus 25 W.I.C.A. Guest Time 25 J-Teens 15253.
Happiness is the supreme object of existence. G.I.A.
15253545 G.I.A. Follies 3,45 Spanish Club 3545 Band
15253,45 Senior Scholarship Tests 45 Merit Scholarship
An athlete who scores in more ways than one. Student
Council 2545 Spanish Club 3545 Red Cross Council
15253545 Football 15253545 Basketball 1525354.
A quiet conscience makes one so serene. G.I.A. 152535
G.I.A. Follies 2535 J-Teens 152535 Future Teachers of
It is said that clothes make the woman. G.I.A. 15253545
Spanish Club 3,45 Future Teachers of America 152545
Scholarship Tests 35 Senior Scholarship Tests 45 Merit
Scholarship Tests 35 One-Act Play 35 J-Teens 152535
President Spanish Club 4.
Her ways are the ways of pleasantness. G.I.A. Follies
152535 Red Cross Council 152,35 J-Teens 152535 Senior
Scholarship Tests 45 Chorus 3545 Minstrel 1525 Ma-
jorette 2535 Drum Majorette 45 G.I.A. 15253545 Band
DOUGLAS D. BRENNEMAN
It always pays to be a gentleman. Spanish Club 3545
Athletic Council 253,45 Vice-president Athletic Coun-
cil 35 Scholarship Tests 15 President Athletic Coun-
Character is the real foundation of all worthwhile suc-
cess. G.I.A. 15253545 G.I.A. Follies 15253545 Spanish
Club 3545 J-Hi-Life Editorial Staff 3545 Editor J-Hi-
Life 45 Athletic Council 3545 Secretary Athletic Coun-
cil 35 Treasurer Athletic Council 45 Future Teachers
of America 3545 J-Teens 152535 Treasurer J-Teens 25
Cheerleader 15 Scholarship Tests 1525 Senior Scholar-
ship Tests 45 Senior Play 45 Chorus 3545 National
Honor Society 45 P.T.A. Carnival Queen or at-
Listening often pays more than talking.
Full of spirit, full of vim! Much is gained by knowing
him. Red Cross Council 152535 Football 1525 Basket-
ball 15253545 Merit Scholarship Test 35 Class Treas-
Politeness is good nature regulated by good sense.
G.I.A. 15253545 G.I.A. Follies 25 -I-Teens 15253.
The atrocious crime of being a young man. Future
Teachers of America 15253545 Football 2535 Track 152,
3545 Scholarship Tests 15253545 Merit Scholarship Tests
3 5 Senior Scholarship Tests 4.
An ounce of mirth is worth a pound of sorrow. G.I.A.
15253545 G.I.A. Follies 1,25 J-Hi-Life Editorial Staff
3545 Future Teachers of America 35 Chorus 25
J-Teens 152535 Prom Chairman 3.
There is a woman at the beginning of all great things.
G.I.A. 15253545 G.I.A. Follies 2545 Spanish Club 3,45
Yearbook Staff 45 Future Teachers of America 25354 5
Band 152545 One Act Play 253545 Director 3,45 One
Act Play Prompter 25 One Act Play Make-up 25 Jun-
ior Play 35 Chorus 25 Baldwin Wallace High School
Band 25 Baldwin Wallace High School Orchestra 25
Ashtabula County High School All Star Band 25
Northeast Ohio Regional Orchestra 45 J-Teens 152535
Voice of Democracy Contest Finals 25 Pep Band 1525
Talent Contest 3.
There is no wealth like a quiet mind. G.I.A. 152535
G.I.A. Follies 2535 Future Teachers of America 15 J-
SENIOR ACTI ITIE
Take time for all things. Scholarship Tests 2, Chorus
The force of her own merit, makes her way. G.I.A.
1,2,3,4, G.I.A. Follies 2,3, Spanish Club 3,4, J-Teens
1,2,3, Chorus 1,2,3, Minstrel 2.
It is a quiet worker who succeeds. G.I.A. 2,3,4,
G.I.A. Follies 2,4, Future Teachers of America 3, J-
Content is more than a kingdom. Student Librarian
The heart is never neutral.
The actions of men are the best interpreters of their
thoughts, Athletic Council 1-, Future Teachers of
America 1,35 Track l,2,3,4, Scholarship Tests l,2,3,4,
Senior Scholarship Tests, Merit Scholarship Tests,
Class Officer 3, Treasurer, Junior Play 3, Senior Play
4, One-Act Play 2,3, Chorus 1,2,3,4 - Treasurer,
National Honor Society 3,4, - President, W.I.C.A.
Guest Time 4.
One great use of words is to hide our thoughts. Span-
ish Club 3,4, Future Teachers of America 2, Student
Librarian 3, Track 1,2, Scholarship Tests 2,3,4, Sen-
ior Scholarship Tests 4, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Merit Schol-
arship Tests 3.
Once they caught me studying! One Act Play Stage-
hand 1 , Junior Play Stagehand 1.
Cheerfulness is the sunny ray of life. G.I.A. 1,2,3,4,
G.I.A. Follies 2,3, Athletic Council, Treasurer 3,4,
Future Teachers of America 3, Scholarship Tests 2,
Class Officer, Treasurer, Athletic Council 3, J-Teens
I am very fond of the company of ladies.
School breaks up my whole day. Basketball 2,3,
Her purity and honesty is hard to disguise. G.I.A.
2,3,4, G.I.A. Follies 2, Student Librarian 3,4, Chorus
1,4, J-Teens 3.
A good fellow in a quiet way. Projection Club 1,2,
3,4, Track 2, Junior Play 3.
It is good to be merry and wise. G.I.A. 1,2,3,4, G.I.A.
Follies 2,3, F.T.A. 4, Chorus 1,2, J-Teens 1,2,3, J-
Teens Award 2,3, Class Will 4.
A good heart is worth gold. G.I.A. 2,3,4, G.I.A. Fol-
lies 2,3, J-Hi-Life Editorial Staff 2,3,4, F.T.A. 2,3,
Scholarship Tests 2, Chorus 1,2,3,4, J-Teens 1,2,3,
National Essay Contest 2, Class History 4.
His friends are many, his foes, are there any? Spanish
Club 1,2, Football 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track
1,2, Class Oflicer 2.
Some say he's bashful, others doubt it. Band 1,2 Q
Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
G.I.A. 1,2,3,4, G.I.A. Follies 2,3,4, J-Hi-Life Edito-
rial Staff 4, Business Manager of J-Hi-Life 4, Red
Cross Council 2,3, F.T.A. 4, Scholarship Tests 2,3,4,
Senior Scholarship Tests 4, Class Officer, Secretary
114, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Chorus 1,2,3,4,
Secretary 4, Soloist 3,4, National Honor Socitey 4,
Minstrel 1,2, Class Will 4, J-Teens 1,2,3.
Patience is the best remedy for every trouble. G.I.A.
1,2,3,4, G.I.A. Follies 2,3, One Act Play 1, Chorus
354, J-Teens 1,2,3.
Good humor is goodness and wisdom combined. Pro-
jection Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President Projection Club
4, Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain of Football 4,
XV.R.L. Second team 4, All County Second team 4,
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 2,3, Scholarship Tests 1,
Senior Scholarship Tests 4, Merit Scholarship Tests 3,
Senior Play 4, Stage Manager, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Na-
tional Honor Society 4, Snowball King or attendant 4.
SE ICR ACTIVITIE
MARY ELLEN HAWES
It's a good thing one's worth is not judged by one's
size. G.I.A. 3545 G.I.A. Follies 4.
The farmers are the founders of civilization and pros-
perity. Projection Club 15253545 Future Teachers of
America 3545 Football 2535 Scholarship Tests 253545
Senior Scholarship Tests 45 Merit Scholarship Tests
35 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 One-Act Play 3545
National Honor Society 4.
Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well.
Projection Club 15253545 Football Manager 15253545
Basketball 45 Basketball Manager 152535 Track 1525
He is going forward to something great. Projection
club 15253545 F.T.A. 3545 Football 253545 Senior Schol-
arship Tests 45 Merit Scholarship Tests 35 Junior Play
35 Senior Play 45 One-Act Play 2535 Chorus 15253545
The only way to have a friend is to be one. G.I.A.
25354 - Vice-President 45 G.I.A. Follies 2545 J-Teens
2535 Spanish Club 3545 Future Teachers 153545 Band
1525354 H Sergeant Attendance - 45 Scholarship
Tests 15253545 Senior Scholarship Tests 45 Merit
Scholarship Tests 35 National Honor Society 4.
Laugh and the world laughs with you. G.I.A. 15253545
G.I.A. Follies 15 J-Hi-Life Editorial Staff 15253545
Cheerleader 15253545 Minstrel 1525 Spring Frolic At-
tendant 45 Homecoming Attendant 45 P.T.A. Carni-
val Attendant 15 J-Teens 15253.
Her outward quietness conceals a wealth of virtues.
A friend in need is a friend in deed. G.I.A. 15253545
G.I.A. Follies 15253545 Future Teachers of America
3545 Chorus 1525 J-Teens 15253.
It matters not how long we live5 but how. Chorus 1.
To speak kindly does not hurt the tongue. G.I.A. 15
Spanish Club 3545 Future Teachers of America 253545
Student Librarian 45 Chorus 1.
A light heart lives long. Scholarship Tests 25 Chorus
Good humor is the sunshine of the mind. Football 3545
It takes a wise man to discover happiness. Football 35
Basketball 15 Band 15 Track 1,25354.
Sincerity and truth are the basis of every virtue. G.I.A.
45 Student Council Representative 45 Spanish Club
3545 Future Teachers of America 3545 Student Li-
With disposition pleasant and friends galore. Chorus
15253545 Majorette 2535 National Honor Society 1.
The best way to keep good acts in memory is to re-
fresh them with new memories. G.I.A. 3545 G.I.A. 45
Band 15253545 Pep Band 253545 Senior Scholarship 45
Merit Scholarship 35 Senior Play 45 W.I.C.A. Guest
Much wisdom often goes with the fewest words.
Spanish Club 354 5 Spanish Club Officer 4.
Simplicity of character is the natural result of profound
thought. G.I.A. 15253545 G.I.A. Follies 45 Spanish
Club 3545 J-Hi-Life Editorial Staff 253545 Future
Teachers of America 253545 Band 15253545 Scholarship
Tests 253545 Senior Scholarship Tests 45 Merit Schol-
arship Tests 35 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Chorus
2545 J-Teens 15253.
Music drives one's woes away. G.I.A. 15253545 G.I.A.
153545 Band 15253545 Senior Scholarship Tests 45 Merit
Scholarship Tests 35 Senior Play 45 Chorus 3545
W.I.C.A. Guest Time 2535 J-Teens 15253.
I like work5 it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it
for hours. Football 1535 Junior 3.
The youth of the soul is everlasting, and eternity is
youth. G.I.A. 1,2,3,4, G.I.A. Follies 2,3,4, Class Will
4, Cheerleader l,3,4, Junior Play 3, Homecoming at-
tendant 4, J-Teens l,2,3.
Happiness means success. Basketball l,2,3,4.
The surest way to succeed is to determine to succeed.
G.I.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary, G.I.A. 2, President, G.I.A.
4, G.I.A. Follies 1,2,3,4, Student Council 1, J-Hi-
Life Editorial Staff 4, Red Cross Councii 1,2,3,4, Fu-
ture Teachers of America 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Corporal
Librarian, Band 2,3, Sergeant Librarian, Band 4,
Lieutenant, Band 4, Scholarship Tests l,2,3,4, Senior
Scholarship Tests 4, Merit Scholarship Tests 3, Sen-
ior Play 4, Chorus 3,4, Librarian, Chorus 4, National
Honor Society 3,4, W.I.C.A. Guest Time 4, Spring
Frolic Attendant 3, J-Teens l,2,3, Secretary, National
Honor Society 4.
Nothing is rarer than real goodness. G.I.A. 1,2,3,4,
G.I.A. Follies 1,3, Spanish Club 3,4, J-Hi-Life Ed-
itorial Staff l,2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Student Librarian
l,2,3,4, Scholarship Tests 3, Merit Scholarship Tests
3, Chorus 4, National Honor Society 4, J-Teens l,2,3.
A handful of common sense is worth a bushel of
learning. Spanish Club 3,4, J-Hi-Life Business Staff
2,3,4, Track 1.
The less I learn, the less I have to remember.
The award of one duty is the power to fulfill another.
J-Hi-Life Business Staff l,2,3,4.
Nothing is more trouble than the efIort of thinking.
He who thinks for himself, and rarely imitates, is a
free man. Student Council 2,3, Vice-President 3, Pro-
jection Club l,2,3,4, Red Cross Council 1,2,3, Fixture
Teachers of America 4, Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain
4, VV.R.L. 4, All County 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, All
W.R.L. 3, Band l,2,3,4, Captain 4, Track l,2,3,4,
Scholarship Tests l,2,3, Senior Scholarship Tests 4,
Class Officer, Vice-President 2, President 3, Senior
Play, Chorus 2,3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, Ser-
Common sense is instinct, and enough of it is genious.
Football 1,2,3, Basketball l,2,3, Track 1,2,3,4, Merit
Scholarship Tests 3, Chorus 2,3,4.
Every man has his devilish moments. Football 3, Bas-
ketball 1, Band 1, Baseball 1, Track 3,4, Chorus
Good humor is the health of the soul. Projection Club
1, F.T.A. 4, Football 1, Basketball 1,2, Baseball 1,
Merit Scholarship Tests 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play
4, One-Act Play 3,4, Chorus 4.
Always kind and true. G.I.A. l,2,3,4, G.I.A. Follies
2,3,4, F.T.A, 2,3,4, Band l,2, Senior Scholarship
Tests 4, Senior Play 4, Chrous l,2,4, J-Teens 1,2,3.
It's safer being meek, than Herce. Spanish Club l,2,
A winning smile, is the door to a happy heart. G.I.A.
1,2,3,4, G.I.A. Follies 2,3,4, Future Teachers of
America 3,4 , Senior Scholarship Tests 4, Junior Play
3, Senior Play 4, Chorus l,2,3,4, J-Teens 1,2,3.
Strong reasons make strong actions. Student Council
3,4, Secretary and President, Future Teachers of
America 4, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track
2,3,4, Scholarship Tests l,2,3, Senior Scholarship
Tests 4, Merit Scholarship Tests 3, Class Oficicer 3,4,
Vice President and President, Chorus l,2,3, National
Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer, All WRL 2nd team 4,
All county Honorable mention 4.
Good humor makes all things tolerable. G.I.A. l,2,3,4,
G.I.A. Follies 2, Student Librarian 4, Scholarship
Tests 2, J-Teens 1,2,3.
Men are only boys grown tall. Track 354.
She has a thousand friends. G.I.A. 1,2,3,45 G.I.A.
Follies 2,3,45 J-Teen 152,35 Secretary 3.
It is a hard working and conscientious man who wins.
Doth burn the midnight hour to learn the chemistry
of it. G.I.A. 15253545 G.I.A. Follies 2,3,45 J-Hi-Life
Business Staff 1,2535 Future Teachers of America 2,35
Band 1 5 Scholarship Tests 2 5 Senior Scholarship Tests
45 Merit Scholarship Tests 35 Junior Play 35 Senior
Play 45 One-Act Play 2,35 Chorus 2,3545 National
Honor Society 45 J-Teens 1,2,3.
To know how to wait is the great secret of success.
G.I.A. 1,2,3,45 G.I.A. Follies 2,3545 Red Cross Council
1,2,35 Future Teachers of America 2,3,45 Cheerleader
152,3,45 Scholarship Test 1,25 Senior Scholarship Tests
45 Merit Scholarship Tests 35 Junior Play5 Chorus 152,
3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Spring Frolic attend-
ant 2,35 Homecoming Queen 45 J-Teens 152,35 Vice-
President, Red Cross Council 3, Future Teachers of
America 45 Cheerleader Captain 3,45 Class Officer
Secretary 25 National Honor Society 4 5 J-Teens 3.
Silence is more eloquent than words. G.I.A. 3,45 J-
Never say more than is necessary, Spanish Club 3,4.
BETTY JEAN SNYDER
To have a good friend one must be a good friend.
G.I.A. 1,253,-45 G.I.A. Follies 2535 Student Librarian
2,35 J-Teens 1,2,35 Scholarship Tests 25 Merit Schol-
arship Tests 1,25 National Honor Society 45 National
Essay Contest, Honorable Mention 25 National Essay
Contest, Special Mention 2.
She is certain to be seen, where fun and mischief
beam. G.I.A. 1,2,3,45 G.I.A. Follies 2,35 Spanish Club
3,45 Band 15 Chorus 1.
Once a gentleman, always a gentleman. Chorus 1.
A true friend is forever a friend. G.I.A. 3,45 G.I.A.
ROBERT VAN DEVENDER
Oh, why must life be all labor. Football 35 Basketball
MARYELEANOR VAN SLYKE
What sweet delight a quiet life affords. G.I.A. 1,2,35
G.I.A. Follies 1,35 Chorus 1,25 J-Teens 1,2,3.
Thoughts rule the world. Spanish Club 3,45 Treas-
urer 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Band 1525 Snowball At-
I never think of the future5 it comes soon enough.
Silence is one great art of conversation. G.I.A. 1,2,3,45
G.I.A. Follies 2535 Scholarship Tests 25 J-Teens 15253.
Character development is the great, if not the sole
aim of education. Student Council 35 Red Cross
Council 1,253,415 Future Teachers of America 45 Foot-
ball 1,3545 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Band 1,25 Treasurer 35
National Honor Society 45 Snowball Attendant 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Bratten
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brenneman
Mrs. Charlotte Brenneman
Mr. C. H. Brenneman
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Brown
Mrs. Beatrice Brown
Mrs. Edwin L. Burlin
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Marion C. Chapin
Howard C. Cook
Charles T. Divine
Mr. and Mrs. L. Haines
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur A. Hanson
Herbert C. Hawkins
A 8L P Store
Caseis Drug Store
Clinton's Drug Store
Elvin's Jewelry Store
Ford's Chevrolet Inc.
F rayer's Agency, Inc.
jefferson Banking Company
Jefferson Savings and Loan Company
Reverend G. L. Kenealy
Lehnert Funeral Home
Mr. and Mrs. John Ketola
Mr. and Mrs. William Kolehmainen
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kyle
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Luce
Mr. and Mrs. John Maylish
Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. Mead
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McNutt
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Charles N aso
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Nizen
Mrs. MaeBelle Otto
Mr. and Mrs. Onne Piipponen
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Price
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Reuschling
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Richcreek
Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Schultz
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schumann
Mr. and Mrs. William Springer
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swickard
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Van Devender
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White
Marieis Hat and Dress Shoppe
Mineris Tire Store
Rhodes jewelry Store
Spinneweber Service Station
Springer's News Room
Stasny's Dry Cleaning
Stop n Shop
Sonoco Service Station
Treen's Barber Shoppe
Western Auto Associate Store
Dr. R. B. White
J. G. William's Electric
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