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Page 57 text:
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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The 1959 football team elected two
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
Page 56 text:
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-
Page 58 text:
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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