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

 - Class of 1960

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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- mercials. 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 Clark. 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- ern Siberia. 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 of Africa. 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 Beatrice Taylor. Grace Smith and Mary Van Slyke enjoy being airline stewardesses. 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.

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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, the Juniors. 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 acrobats. 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 01 . 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 1 a. Juia Johnston wills to Eleanor Woodworth her Strawberry Blonde air. 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 Salon. 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 cage. Carol Berrier wills to Susan McCoy her ability to get along with Ronnie Berrier. 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 the girls. I, Ed Miller, will to John Kapis my long blonde hair and my mustache. To Dale Vosberg goes David Miller's unfinished project in shop class. 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- form. John Hawkins wills to Ben Chambers one slightly used physics handbook. 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 on waterskiis. I, Sharon Kasonic, will my dimples to Patty March. I, Don Mitchell, leave Robert Burgoon my assigned seat in Mr. Shoaf's office. Grace Smith gladly wills to Mary Fink her jumpy nerves and high blood pressure. I, Virginia Brenneman, will to Patsy Toppin my twin brother Doug. 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 Carol Larson. I, Bob Van Devender, will to Bob Powell my great adventures in study hall. 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 Audrey Fleming. 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- bal . 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 height. I, George McMannes, will to William Lesko all I know about Figures. 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 my teachers. 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.



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SENIOR ACTIVITIE JAMES ANTHONY His thought and conduct are his own. Football 3545 Basketball 15253545 Track 15253545 Scholarship Tests 35 Junior Play5 Snowball attendant 4. ALICE ASHLEY 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. CAROL BERRIER 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 Tests 3. RONALD BERRIER An athlete who scores in more ways than one. Student Council 2545 Spanish Club 3545 Red Cross Council 15253545 Football 15253545 Basketball 1525354. MARY BOBERG A quiet conscience makes one so serene. G.I.A. 152535 G.I.A. Follies 2535 J-Teens 152535 Future Teachers of America 1. LINDA BRATTEN 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. CAROLE BRENNEMAN 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 15253,4. 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- cil 4. VIRGINIA BRENNEMAN 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- tendant 1. PAUL BROOKS Listening often pays more than talking. EDMOUND BROWN 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- urer 4. JOYCE BROWN Politeness is good nature regulated by good sense. G.I.A. 15253545 G.I.A. Follies 25 -I-Teens 15253. LARRY BROWN 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. PATRICIA BROWN 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. SUZANNE BUCKLEY 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. EVELYN BUDD There is no wealth like a quiet mind. G.I.A. 152535 G.I.A. Follies 2535 Future Teachers of America 15 J- Teens 15253.

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