Stow Monroe Falls High School - Stoanno Yearbook (Stow, OH)
- Class of 1958
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Miss Denbrock Miss Workman
MY- Kilfllifon Mr. Bloor Mr. Barr
WELL DONE, THOU GOOD
AND FAITHFUL SERVANTS
ln an age when most people are concerned with personal achievement,
monetary gains, and social prestige, there are those few who forego these
factors to give freely and generously to our youths so that students may
develop into well adjusted, responsible citizens in a great democracy. Some
teachers remain at Stow a short time - others a lifetime. To these teachers
who have been here twenty years or longer, we wish to pay tribute by dedicat-
ing the Stoanno of i958 to them. Our thanks and congratulations are
THE STOANNO STAFF
Ta blv of
ln service of his country, Arthur lost his life on May 28, l957. The
full loss to his country, his community, his family, and his friends cannot
be comprehended. Graduated from Stow High School in 1948 as president
of his class - received a scholarship from Mt. Union College from which
he was graduated in i952 - studied law at Western Reserve from which he
was graduated in i955 - entered the Navy in l955, he was standing on the
threshold of life with the potential for a life of service when the tragedy
1941 -1 957
Fun-loving, happy-go-lucky Barbara was suddenly taken from her
family, her friends, and her class-mates on December 9, 1957 in a riding
accident. There is now an emptiness wherever she once had been. Missing
are her ready smile, her whole-hearted participation in school events, and
her interest in athletic pursuits. She was a member of Future Nurses of
America, Girl Scouts, Y-Teens, Debbies, and G.A.A. - a well-rounded
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Rootstown - H - Pep Rally
Norton - A -A Pep Rally
Kent Roosevelt - H - Dance After
Bonfire Pep Rally
Springfield - H - Dance After
General Motors Assembly
Ellet - A
Tallmadge - H - Dance After
Kent State - H - Pep Rally
No School - N.E.O.T.A.
Coventry - A
Bonfire Pep Rally
Wadsworth - H
Ohio Bell Assembly
No School - Workshop
College Nite - Green High School
Ravenna City - Dance After
8t 29 - Thanksgiving Vacation
Assembly - Melody Masters
Springfield - A
Coventry - A
Kent Roosevelt - A
Y-Teen Christmas Formal
Glee Club Concert
Ellet - H Dance After
January 5 - Christmas Vacation
Norton - A
Ravenna Township - A
Tallmadge - H
Kent State - H - Dance After
Kent Roosevelt - H - Dance After
Wadsworth - A Q
Norton - H - Dance After
Ravenna City - A
Tal lmadge - A '
Assembly - Thomas Brackner
Assembly - Young 8- Company
7 Easter Vacation
Junior Class Play
Y-Teen All County Formal
Junior Senior Prom
Last Day of School
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MR. P. I. VAN BRUNT MR. W. J. BARR
University of Denver B.A., M.A. Ohio University A.B. University of Akron M.A
To be the head of a school, its overseer, its judge, its keeper, and its
organizer is a fulltime job. ln fact, there is a lot of overtime put in - but
the reward is more than gratifying - it is a satisfaction that everything is
running smoothly, and that missing links are replaced, while the rusty spots
are smoothed out.
ENGLISH AND LANGUAGE
Vivien Edwards Evelyn Kaufman Helen Klingaman
A.B. and B.E. B.A. and M.E. B.S. in Ed.
Shorthand I and II
Spanish I and ll
History English D
, IX and xl: E"9"S"' X
English IV ,
English X and XI
MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE
Mary Benton DOPHW Denbmfk Charles Holley
BS in Ed. BA. B.S. in Ed.
HISTORY AND SCJCIAL STUDIES
Willie' KINPNN Carolyn Shh Velma Workman
PhB MA BS in d B.S. M.S. in Ed.
Arts I, Il
Robert Matthews Bernice Myers
B.S. an Ed. B.S. an Ed.
. in Ed., M.E.
B.S. in Ed.
B.S. in Ed.
Ec. I, II
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATICJN
Baldwin Wallace College
Ohio State Universityj B.S.
in Educationj Pennsylvania
State University M.A.
Kent State University
Mr. Von Brunt
Mrs. Wells Bookkeeper of Cafeteria
Mrs. Burt, Mrs. Gross, Mrs. Murdick, Mrs. Ward, Mrs.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1
Scorpion Basketball I5 Reserve
Basketball 25 Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 45 Student Council 45
Senior Class President 45 Var-
sity "S" 2, 3, 45 Science Schol-
arship I5 Biology Scholarship
25 Chemistry Scholarship 35
Debbies 'l, 25 Glee Club l, 35
Y-Teens 3, 45 Service Chair-
man 35 National Honor Society
45 Senior Class Treasurer 45
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Varsity "S" 3, 45 President 4
Senior Class Vice-President 4
Football 45 Varsity Football 4
Senior Scholarship 4.
Band I, 2, 35 Maiorette 2, 3:
Scorpion Cheerleader 95 Cap-
tain 95 Debbies I, 25 Pep Club
l, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 G.A.A. 3,
45 Spring Dance Attendant 35
Homecoming Queen 45 Senior
Class Secretary 45 Y-Teen
Basketball Team 3, 45 Cheer-
leader 45 Junior Class Play 3,
Band l5 Debbies l, 2.
Baseball 25 Booster Club 35
Pep Club 3.
Scorpion Basketball I5 Reserve
Basketball 35 Jr. Hi-Y I, 25
President 25 Booster Club l, 25
Biology Scholarship 25 Student
Band l Scorpion Basketball I
Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity
Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 National
Honor Society 45 Jr. Hi-Y l, 25
Varsity Basketball 45 Science
Scholarship 15 Spanish ll Schol-
arship 35 Varsity "S" 2, 3, 4.
Glee Club 45 Pep Club 35 Jun-
ior Play 35 Jr, Hi-Y l, 25 Foot-
ball ll 2, 35 Track 25 Stohion
Staff 45 Varsity "S" 3, 4.
Scorpion Football 15 Scorpion
Basketball l5 Reserve Basket-
boll 25 Wrestling 3, 45 Jr. Hi-Y
l, 25 Varsity "S" 2, 3, 45
Stoanno Staff 45 Booster Club
l, 25 Pep Club 3.
Jr. Hi-Y l, 2,
Jr. Ha-Y 1, 2.
Band l, 2, 35 Booster Club l.
Algebra l Scholarship5 World
History Scholarship 25 Algebra
Scholarship 25 Algebra Scholar-
ship 35 Jr. Hi-Y l, 25 Varsity
"S" 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Basket-
ball Manager 25 Scorpion Foot-
ball Manager 25 Booster Club
Y-Teens 3, 45 Basketball 45
G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4.
Scorpion Football l5 Booster
Club 15 Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2.
Scorpion Football I5 'Varsity
Football 2, 3, 45 Jr. Hi-Y l, 25
Track Team 2, 3, 45 Scorpion
Basketball l5 Reserve Basket-
ball 25 Varsity "S" l, 2, 3, 4.
Debbies l, 25 Treasurer 25
G.A,A, l, 25 Glee Club l, 2, 3,
45 Pep Club 35 Stohion Staff
45 Operetta l, 25 Flag Bearer
Band l, 25 Glee Club 35 G.A.A.
l, 2, 3, 45 Debbies l, 25 Stoh-
ion Staff, Business Manager 45
Annual Staff 45 Booster Club
Transfer from Tallmadge 4.
Scorpion Football lg Varsity
Football 2, 4, All Metro 4, Jr.
Hi-Y l, 2, Scorpion Basketball
lg Reserve Basketball 25 Var-
sity Baseball lg Track Team 2,
Wrestling Team 4, Varsity "S"
l, 2, 4.
Junior Class Play 3, Annual
Staff 4j.Debbies l, 2, Pep Club
l, 2, Band 2, 3.
Debbies 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Glee
Club 2, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 45
Stoanno Staff 4.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta
Glee Club lg Junior Class Play
3, Stage Crew.
Debbies l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4,
G.A.A. l 2 3 4 Treasurer 4-
F.T.A. 3, 4, Booster Club l.
Glee Club l, 2, Pep Club l, 2,
3, 4, Y-Teens 3 4' Debbies l
2, G,A.A. 3, Operetta l, 2.
JUDY DE PEW
G.A.A. l, 25 Debbies l, 25
Stohion Staff 25 Glee Club l,
2, 3, 45 Stoanno Staff 45 Cheer-
leader 4, Captain 45 Operetta
l, 25 Junior Play 35 Christmas
Attendant 35 English Scholar-
ship l5 Booster Club l, 25 Pep
Club 3, 4.
Band l, 25 Jr. Hi-Y l, 2.
Debbies l, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45
Girls Basketball Team 45 Junior
Play 35 Booster Club l, 25 Pep
Club 3, 45 Geometry Scholar-
ship 25 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Honor
Society 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Thes-
pians 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4.
Debbies I, 25 Secretary 25
G.A.A, l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3,
45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Student Council
35 Social Studies Scholarship 35
World History Scholarship 2.
Glee Club l5 Library Assistant
I5 Debbies l, 25 Booster Club
l, 25 Stoanno Staff 45 Y-Teens
Glee Club l, 25 Debbies l, 25
Y-Teens 3, 4.
Varsity Football 3.
Debbies I ,25 G.A.A. l, 25 Y-
Teens 3, 45 Stoanno Staff 3, 45
Junior Class Play 35 Senior
Class Play 4.
Booster Club l, 25 Jr. Hi-Y l,
25 Baseball 25 Track 3, 45
Science Scholarship I5 Biology
Scholarship 25 Chemistry Schol-
arship 35 Physics Scholarship 4.
Jr. Hi-Y l, 25 Track 2, 35
Football Manager 35 Varsity
Jr. Hi-Y l, 25 Track Team I,
Jr. Hi-Y l, 25 Booster Club I,
25 Pep Club 3, 45 Varsity "S"
3, 45 Football l, 35 Basketball
3, 45 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 Glee
Club 2, 3, 45 Operetta 25 Shop
Foreman 35 Supervisor 45 Jun-
ior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Stu-
dent Council 3, 4, President 45
Led the Seniors at Commence-
ment 35 Stoanno Staff 2.
Baseball I5 Football l, 2, 3, 45
Wrestling Team 3, 45 Jr. Hi-Y
1, 25 Pep Club 35 Varsity "S"
l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45
Stohion Staff 3.
Jr. Hi-Y l, 2.
Jr. Hi-Y l, 25 Booster Club I,
Jr. Hi-Y l, 25 Band l5 Football
l, 3, 45 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45
Basketball Manager 35 Var-
sity "S" 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 4.
Debbies l, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4,
Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play 3.
Debbies l, 2, Program Chair-
man l, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4,
F.N.A. 4, Vice-President, Pro-
gram Chairman 4, Pep Club
l, 2, 3, Christmas Formal At-
tendant 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls
Basketball Manager 4, Glee
Club 2, Operetta 2, Stohion
Staff 3, Circulation Manager
3, Science Club 4, Senior Play
4, Ticket Chairman 4, Stoanno
Staff l, 4, Sales l.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Operetta
2, Senior Play 4.
G.A.A. l, 3, 4, Debbies l, 2,
Librarian l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
3, 4, Stoanno Staff 4.
Glee Club 2, Baseball Team 3,
Jr. Hi-Y I, 2, Stohion Staff 3.
Debbies l, 2, Booster Club l,
2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4,
F.T.A. 3, 4, President 4, Latin
Scholarship l, English Scholar-
ship 2, 3, National Honor Soc-
iety 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Spring
Dance Attendant 2, Christmas
Dance Attendant l, Stoanno
Staff l, 4, Science Club 4,
Senior Scholarship 4, National
Merit Scholarship 4, Junior
and Senior Class Play Commit-
tees 3, 4.
Debbies l, 2, Booster Club I,
2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4,
Scorpion Cheerleader l, Stoh-
ion Staff 3, Student Council l,
4, Treasurer 4, Reserve Cheer-
leader 2, Cheerleader 4, F.T.A.
3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 4, Op-
eretta l, 2, Senior Play 4,
Thespians 4, Junior Class Pro-
mpter for Play.
Jr. Hi-Y l, 2, Treasurer 2, Pep
Club l, 2, National Honor Soc-
iety 3, 4, N.F.L. l, 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Vice-President Na-
tional Honor Society 3, Foot-
ball Manager 2, Basketball
Manager 3, Track 3, 4, Junior
Class Vice-President 3, Stoanno
Staff l, 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, 4,
Publicity Chairman 3, Junior
Class Play 3, Latin Scholarship
I, Geometry Scholarship 2,
Chemistry Scholarship 3, Stu-
dent Council l, Varsity "S" 2,
3, Senior Scholarship 4, Na-
tional Merit Scholarship 4.
Booster Club I, Band I, 2, 3,
Jr. Hi-Y I, 2, English Scholar-
ship I, 2.
Debbies I, 2, Sergeant at Arms
2, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Biology
Scholarship 2, Pep Club 3.
Debbies I, 2, G.A.A 2, 3, 4,
DREXEL MC AMIS
Class President I, Class Pres-
ident 2, Jr. Hi-Y I, 2.
G.A.A, 2, Debbies 2, YTeens
3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Junior
Class Secretary 3, Pep Club 3.
Band 4, Transfer from Colum-
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
, g Booster Club I, Debbies I, 2,
I I- Pep Club 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, Y-
E I Teens 3, 4, Flag Bearer 4, Band
Debbies l, 2, G.A.A. 2, 4,
Booster Club l, Y-Teens 3, 4,
F.T.A. 3, Vice-President 3,
Historian 4, National Honor
Society 4, Junior Class Play 3,
Senior Class Play 4, Band l, 2,
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Play 3, N:F.L. l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 4, Jr. Hi-Y l, 2,
Stoanno Staff 4, Glee Club
Operetta l, 2, National Honor
Society 4, Algebra l Scholar-
ship l, Algebra ll Scholarship
Stohion Staff 3, Thespians 3,
4, Junior and Senior Class Play
Stage Crew Worker, Shop
Shop Supervisor 3, Thespian 3,
4, Stohion Staff 3, Stage Crew
Junior and Senior Class Plays.
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4, Booster Club l, Student
Council l, 2, English Scholar-
ship I, Plane Geometry Schol-
arship 2, Chemistry Scholar-
ship 3, Class Treasurer 3, Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Pres-
ident 4, Track 3, Junior Class
Play 3, Senior Class Play 4,
Basketball 4, Golf Team 4.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Debbies l,
2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Operetta l,
2, Pep Club 3, 4, Algebra
Scholarship l, English Scholar-
ship 3, Booster Club l.
Jr. Hi-Y l, 2, Baseball l, Foot-
ball l, Track 3, 4, Student
Council 2, 4, Junior Class Play
Stage Crew 3, Booster Club l,
2, Stohion Staff 3, Senior Class
Booster Club l, 2, Football 2,
3, Thespians'3, 4, Stoanno
Debbies l, 25 G.A.A, l, 2, 3,
45 Program Chairman 35 Y-
Teens 3, 45 President 45 F,T.A.
3, 45 National Honor Society
45 Thespians 45 Vice-President
45 Booster Club l, 2, 35 Stoan-
no Staff 3, 45 Girls Basketball
Team 4, Captain 45 Reserve
Cheerleader 25 Chemistry Schol-
arship 35 Cheerleader 45 Sci-
ence Club 45 Junior Class Play
35 Senior Class Play 45 Home-
coming Attendant 35 Operetta
l, 25 Glee Club l, 2, 45 Christ-
mas Queen 45 Senior Scholar-
Glee Club l, 25 Y-Teens 3, 4.
Glee Club ll 3, 45 G.A.A. 25
Junior Class Play 3.
Debbies l, 25 Booster Club I5
Glee Club l, 25 G.A.A. 35 Y-
Teens 3, 45 Christmos Formal
Attendant l5 Homecoming At-
tendant 45 Pep Club 3.
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Debbies 1, 2, Q,
Glee Club 45 Majorette 2,
Head Majorette 35 Cheerleader
45 Booster Club I5 F.N.A. 45
Y-Teen Basketball Team 4.
Booster Club I5 Debbies l, 25
Y-Teens 3, 45 Program Chair-
man 35 Secretary 45 Thespians
45 F.T.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 45
Junior Play 3.
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Basketball 25 Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 45 Golf Team 35 Varsity
"S" 2, 3, 4.
Band I, 25 Booster Club I5
Stoanno I5 Stohion Staff 4.
Debbies l, 25 Glee Club 15 Pep
Club 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 G.A.A.
3 4' Operetta 2
Stohnon Staff 35 Stoanno Staff
45 Junior Play Stage Crew 3.
Jr Hi-Y l 2' Band I 2
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Debbies
l, 25 Stohion Staff 35 Y-Teen:
3 4' Stoanno Staff 4
MARY LOU VACHA
Debbies l, 25 Glee Club l, 2
3, 45 Operetta l, 2.
Glee Club l, 2.
JEAN ETTE WILLOUGHBY
Debbies l, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45
G.A.A. l, 2, 45 Pep Club 35
Booster Club l, 2.
Debbies l, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45
Basketball Team 45 G.A.A. l,
2, 3, 4, President 45 F.T.A.
3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Band l,
25 Stoanno Staff 45 Junior
Class Play 35 Senior Class Play
45 Algebra I, ll, Scholarship
Tests l, 3.
Baseball Team 25 Stohion Staff
Jr. Hi-Y l, 25 Student Council
I, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Vice-
President 35 N.F.L. 2, 45 Var-
sity "S" 3, 45 National Honor
Society 3, 45 Class President
35 Stoanno Staff I, 2, 3, 45
Reserve Basketball 25 Varsity
Football 3, 45 Latin Scholar-
ship l, 2, Honorable Mention
Debbies 'l, 25 G.A.A. l, 25
Stohion Staff 3, Business Man-
ager5 Stoanna Staff 45 Y-Teens
3, 45 Social Chairman 45 Christ-
mas Attendant 45 F.T.A. 35
F.NZA. 45 Pep Club l, 25 Track
Recorder 3, 45 Y-Teen Basket-
ball Team 4.
Charming, intelligent, clever - these are the attributes
which make Marilyn Shaver the studentsf choice for this
Responsible, handsome, scholarly - Allan Worcester
displays leadership which wins him this coveted honor.
The history of the class of 1958 is quite
an illustrious one from its beginning to its
end in the Senior Year.
The survivors of all twelve years at Stow
are: Dick Brubaker, Gail Thomas, Betty
Minier, Wilma Lawlis, Connie Godfrey, Allan
Worester, Suzanne Thorpe, Kathy Shamblin,
Jim Dodd, Mary Shultz, Dan Jones, Dennis
Richards, Jane Clark, Joan Idle, Roy Arm-
strong, Genny Moore, John Corley, Jim Hurd,
Norma Jones, Jim Murfin, Nancy Oesch,
Deane Hamilton, Ross Holden, Becky Everett,
Judy Stuiber, John Oblak, Don Witner, Darryl
Hickey, Joyce Kline, Carolyn Wilson, Margie
Jackson, Bertha Cross, Carmen Fulper, Bill
Godbey, Carole Wyle, Margie Smith, Shirley
Pimlott, and Judie DePew.
The first grade began with a bang.
Innocent, little John Oblak was pushed into
a mud puddle by big Dick Brubaker. John
told Dick's mother and let her settle the
score. There was more trouble with chairs.
Jim Murfin got into trouble for pulling a
chair from under Connie Godfrey. Becky
Everett just kept falling out of hers. Ron
Burt came that year.
There was more trouble in second grade.
Margie Jackson and Joyce Kline got slapped
for giggling. Bertha Cross got her legs
smacked for staying out too long at recess.
A famous foursome around school was Carol
Wyle, Roy Armstrong, Judie DePew, and
Deane Hamelton, who played house everyday.
In third grade, an indignant Ralph Capila
refused to take the garbage to the cafeteria.
Bashful Joey Burian was chased by the girls,
caught, and held until they all kissed him.
Kendra Downing and Claudia Lewis came this
The difficult school began in fourth
grade. Marilyn Shaver and Christina Farin-
acci arrived at this time.
Dan Jones got lost in the woods behind
the school in fifth grade. Shirley Pimlott,
alias, Roughie gave poor Bill Hunt a black
eye. Bold Judy Cornell asked Mrs. Biggs if
she had false teeth. Winter brought a con-
stant snowball battle between the fifth and
the sixth graders. The girls made the snow-
balls. Ross Holden won the name of "human
bomber" because he could slide the farthest.
The sixth graders were the "wheels" of
the Town Hall, but just the same, Mrs. Denn-
ig left her mark on them. The boys took a
bike hike one afternoon. Their reward was
one month's detention. Marilyn Shaver was
left tied to a tree while playing cowboys and
Norma Jones was locked in a closet. This
year Mike Bender, Mary Kinsey, and Tim
Stemple, and Bob Humphrey entered Stow.
Mike tried so hard to make a good impression
that he knocked himself out.
When seventh grade came they were at
last able to establish themselves in the high
school. This year Dave Kuklke, Dick and Don
Bennett, Doyle Carpenter, and Noel Peircy
came to Stow. Judy Cornell and Margaret
Cooper were leaning out the windows when
Mr. Sloop caught them. He couldn't find
his paddle so they were saved. Jim Hurd
wasn't so lucky. He put Mr. Sloop's paddle
to use when he flicked Study Hall. There
was a measle epidemic this year and no one
could go to Connie Godfrey's Party. This year
began the famous Kinsey-Mackenroth ro-
mance. After dodging of a certain tennis
ball and writing thousands of statements,
they passed on to the eighth grade.
This year they were the sophisticated 8th
grade. The eighth grade basketball team
won the Junior-High trophy. Valerie Caudill
came and set quite a record by getting kicked
out of English class twice in the first month.
Innocent Lucie Morrison was never suspected
by the teachers of carrying a squirt gun.
Good old troop 313 made history by being the
first and only troop in Stow to receive "Curved
Bar." Marge Jackson was so shook-up after
Al Worcester gave her her first kiss, that she
fell off a log. This year was ended by the
8th grade party.
At last we entered high school and with
quite a bang. The freshmen were noted for
the parties they threw, much to the dismay of
the upper-class girls. One continuous party
was 8th period study hall in 102. This year
Kool Beckie Hoskin, Dave Corbett, Sandy
Clark, Mildred Mackey, Helen Carraciolo and
notorious Bill Hatton arrived. Jane Clark
and Barb Spear, inseparable friends, were
continued on page 81
We, the members of the SENIOR CLASS
of l958 at Stow, Ohio, all supposedly being of
sound mind, memory, and body, do make and
declare this to be our last will and testament.
To the FACULTY we give any bits of
information and knowledge that they might
have obtained from our recitations, exam
papers, and our super intelligent test papers.
To the JUNIORS we leave our highly
respectable place as Seniors and hope they
carry on all we have left undone.
To the SOPHOMORES we bequeath our
DAVE CORBETT wills his green hat with
the feather to MR. KIMPTON in hopes he can
keep his head warm next winter.
BILL HUNT gives the map to his secret
smoking lounge to BOB OBLACK.
NORMA JONES leaves to poor MRS.
KAUFMAN four brothers and sisters yet to
DAVE KUHLKE wishes to give one
bashed-in fender and one burned out Fordo-
matic to that up and coming hot-rodder,
LUCIE MORRISON bequeaths her meek
manner to JERRY WRIGHT in hopes he will
MARY KINSEY donates her ability to
drive the get-away car for the "Joy Boys" to
KENNY COWLES, who, she thinks, can look
innocent when the police are watching.
JOYCE KLINE wills her excellent driving
skill to BARBARA ZUPPA.
MIKE BENDER gives his ability to give
MR. WOODWORTH second degree burns to
any careless person, namely BUDDY WEEKS.
NANCY OESCH bestows her ability to
keep quiet in 7th period study hall to VADA
SCOTT, if she thinks she can use it.
SHIRLEY PIMLOTT wishes to give her
duty of being gang leader of "The Water
Tower Painters" to brother, BOBBY OBLAK.
DON POWELL leaves his ability to get
along with people to PATTY COON.
DENNY RICHARDS wills his ability to
wear out a pair of shoes in 3 months to TOM
money making abilities and hope they don't
have as much trouble spending it as we did.
To the FRESHMEN we give our common
sense which most of us have lost during our
To the HARD WORKING JANITORS we
leave all our pencil stubs, stray notes, and
chewing gum to be used as they see fit.
To our FRIENDS of Stow High the Seniors
give those things most dearest to them as
NORMA SHINKROW donates all her
new monthly magazines to the LIBRARY in
hopes they'll get rid of all the old ones.
MARY LOU VACHA wills the name
"Mammie Lou", which she received from
JOEY BRADY, to anyone that wants it.
JOHN CORLEY gives his motor scooter
to NANCY NOLL.
KENDRA DOWNING leaves her slave,
Marilyn Case, to KAREN KOSKI.
CHRISTINA FARINACCI wills her ability
to get caught throwing red knee socks in 6th
period study hall to JIM COWLES.
CONNIE GODFREY leaves her reducing
pills and diets to PA'lTl WERLING.
JIM HARTLEY gives his vast record
collection to JIM MOLLER in hopes it will
make him as popular as it did Hartley.
BILL HATTON wills his ability to change
the age on ID cards to anyone with ideas in
CAROLYN WILSON wills her noisy brace-
lets, which seem to drive MRS. KAUFMAN
crazy, to any one who thinks they can make
just as much noise.
DAVE WEISEL leaves his cool green
Ford to DENNY KUHLKE so he can drive all
his girl friends around in it.
CAROL WHITE wills her shorthand as-
signments to anyone who thinks he can get
them so mixed up Miss Townsell gets a large
charge out of them.
ART BOOZER gives his ability to scare
girls that ride on his motorcycle to TED ROOT
if his scooter car will go that fast.
continued on page 78
We all know what has happened to the class
of '58 over the past few years. As we look ahead,
we wonder what will bcome of our friends and class-
mates in the future.
Let us turn on our supersonic-time-o-meter,
given to us by our good friend Captain Zero, to
the year of l968 and see what has transpired over
the ten years after graduation.
We will start on the east coast in New York.
On Broadway in the hit plays of the year, we see
three of our girls as stars. They are LUCIE MOR-
RISON Ileading lady of our Junior playl, VALERIE
CAUDILL, and KENDRA DOWNING.
Setting the stage for these stars are the best
stagemen in the business: FRANK and BILL
MUSHISKY, LORENZO KISAMORE, BILL GOD-
BEY, and DENNIS RICHARDS.
As we pass the Metropolitan Opera House, we
see another familiar name in lights. It is that of
Mr. DAN JONES. He is now a great operatic
singer and producer.
We see GARY BAKER has his own Jewelry
shop here. The name of it is Tiffanyos.
JIM HURD is the star player of the New York
A world famous modeling agency here in New
York is run by BUD STEELE and CHARLES TEN-
Now we turn to our favorite spot on the map -
Stow, Ohio. As we scan Stow Corners, we see a
large building which houses the ARMSTRONG
Body Building Gymnasium. Next to that is a small
building in which BECKY EVERETI' gives advice to
students on how to get along with your teachers.
There is now a quaint little photography shop
owned by DOYLE CARPENTER. I guess he's try-
ing to be another Bob Cummings. His top models
are MARY KINSEY and JUDY DePEW. JUDY's
husband, PHIL FREDERICK, has a chain of laundro-
mats all over the country.
DARRYL HICKEY has his own construction
and ditch digging company. As a sideline, he and
his wife raise "Do-Hickeys."
DON and DICK BENNETT are proprietors of
their own chain of Shell service stations.
lt's only right that while we are in Stow that
we visit our Alma Mater. Our time-o-meter shows
us some new teachers. They are JANE CLARK,
Home Ec., ROGER LANGE, Band Director, and the
Coach this year is RUSS FOURMAN.
What's that horse and wagon coming down
9I? Well it's ROSS HOLDEN keeping in touch
with all his classmates. He collects their junk
weekly for his junk yard.
Good Heavens! Is that a flying saucer in the
sky? Oh no, it's only MARILYN SHAVER doing
some stunts with some Mulvany air craft.
There's KATHRYN SHAMBLYN, I under-
stand she just returned from the Olympics with her
gold medal - Cflour that isl.
As we glance through the trailer park, we
see MARGE SMITH breaking the 5 M.P.H. speed
limit as she chases her little McGoverns.
Let's take a quick look at the new world fam-
ous Smorgasbord. Well, well, CARL WALTER is
no longer "Board Boy" but owner. CAROL WYLE
has advanced from waitress to hostess. Now she
gets to hire the girls.
Why, whose hand is that on the Sheaffer Pen
advertisement on T.V.? lt's JOE BURIAN'S.
Well, there's CONNIE GODFREY on KYW
T.V, frantically waving her spatula at her viewers.
She has her own Home Economy show now.
As we turn the dial on the time-o-meter to
Washington D.C., we see DEANE HAMILTON in a
conference with JOHN CORLEY. DEANE is the
Vice-President of the U.S. and JOHN is a five star
We see JACKIE WITNER, JUANITA BUTLER,
CARMEN FULPER, and BONNIE SELDERS singing
as a quartet with Billie Graham.
In West Virginia JIM HARLEY is a famous
disc jockey. Elvis has been replaced by BUD TICK
HILL and his guitar. JIM plays a new album of
Westerns by MILDRED MACKEY.
Also in West Virginia, WILMA LAWIS and
BERTHA CROSS have opened a Lonely Hearts
Club. TOM JOHNSON is their biggest problem.
In Florida we see the Saxe Racing Stables.
Here the former JOYCE KLINE Inow Mrs. Saxel
is feeding the horses as MARGE JACKSON waters
NORMA JONES and her husband Mr. Nigh-
man are the Saxe's best Customers.
Florida is the home of the Cross Country Pogo
Stick Co. owned by DON WITNER.
RALPH CAPILA runs a tall man's clothing
store. JUDY CORNELL designs and sells women's
HELEN CARACCIOLO and MARY LOU
VACHA are neighbors. Their husbands, RON
BEVINGTON and DICK VAN SISE, are co-owners
in a chain of Isaly stores.
TIM STEMPLE is a professional golfer here.
Off the Florida Keys we see BILL HUNT and
BOB HUMPHREY diving for buried treasures.
continued on page 92
Jack Wright, President
Pom Weber, Secretary-Treasurer
Linda Henderson, Vice-President
Mr. Bloor, Advisor
Mrs. Townsell, Advisor
Richard Semler, Vice-President
Bill Von Gunton, Treosurer
Dale Glass, President
Carol Merinics, Secretary
Karen Housman, Secretory-Treasurer
Bill Westgate, Vice-President
Jim Landis, President
Mrs. Benton, Advisor
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Bob Schlemmer, Joe Schmitt, Martin Suffolk, Mike VanBrunt, Bill VonGuten.
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Florence Allen, Charlene Anderson, Ernest Bianchi, Lawanna Brady, .lohn Burton, Patty Coon.
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Max Jones, Karen Koski, Barbara Kusnir, Mae Keller, Otis Lukens.
Ann Mackey, Carl Meador, Sally Miller, ,lim Moeller, Denny Peterson, Ted Roof.
Jim Snediker, Sandra Snyder, Bruce Trier, Richard Walters, Sandy Weyrick, Dorothy Wilson.
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Robert Corbett, Leonard Cornell, James Cowles, Joan Dyke, Donald Gray, Linda Henderson.
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Row One, Left to Right: Marilyn Shaver, Sandy Weyrick, Kendra Downing, Patty
Coon, Ann Mackey, Charlene Andersen, Karen Koski. Row Two: Mrs. Edwards, Dick
Bennett, Don Bennett, Lucie Morrison, Josette Vinczeller, Gretchen Melonas, Jackie
Witner, Mary Kinsey. Row Three: Allan Worcester, Dave Kuhlke, John Oblak, Jim
John Oblok Dick Bennett
Gretchen Melonas Kendra Downing Lucie Morrison
Row One, Left to Right: Mr. Woodworth, Advisor: Mike Gorup, Bud Weeks, Dick Bennett,
Roger Frederick, Jim Snediker, Pat Flaherty, Don Gray. Row Two: Bill VonGunten, Mike
Bender, Butch Chabody, Don Powell, Terry Moore, Diana Johnston, Marc Arnold. Row Three:
Dawn Butler, Bob Cueni, Ken Shallahamer, Darryl Hickey, Joyce Kline, Robin Reinhart.
Student Council bought the school o spot
Sponsored assembly - Preview of Progress,
sored Homecoming Dance.
Sponsored Ohio Bell Assembly.
Assembly by the Melody Masters.
Assembly by Glenn Cunningham.
Assembly by Thomas Broken.
Assembly by Young and Co.
Representatives sent to Columbus.
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Worcester, John Oblak, Jim Snediker, Terry Moore, Anita Csonka. Row Three: Marilyn
Case, Phil Long, Linda Seese, Bob Schlemmer, Larry Kerr, Pat Coon, Nan Gaylord. Row
Two: Norma Nichol, Judy Birdsall, Richard Swartz, Mary Lou Hackett, Arvella Collins, Marc
Arnold, Ken Hoskins. Row One: Linda Reed, Jim Muffin, Dave Kuhlke, Melba Adams,
Mr. Kimpton, Advisor: Jack Wright, Nancy Rearick.
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Row Three, Lef! to Right: Barbara Spear, Treasurer: Sandy Weyrick, Florence Allen,
Publicity Chairman: Karen Koski, Dave Kuhlke, Carolyn Wilson, Marilyn Shaver, Pat Coon,
Vice-President. Row Two: Melba Adams, Charlene Anderson, Arvella Collins, Kendra
Downing, Jeanne Barnes, Connie Godfrey, Joyce Kline, Judy Cornell. Row One: Sandy
Snyder, Secretory: Lucie Morrison, Mary Kinsey, President, Josie Vinczeller, Carol Hagar,
Noriio Csonka, Miss Workman, Advisor.
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Back Row, Left to Right: Linda Seese, Paula Zinkann, Norita Csonka, Mary Lou Hackett,
Joanne Sweitzer, Jim Muffin, Pat Flaherty, Phil Long, Dale Glass, Kenny Cowles, Violet Gloss,
Karen Williams, Patti Werling, Nancy Dawes, Loretta Diersing, Charlene Anderson, Cheryl
Bee. Row Two: Josette Vinczeller, Nancy Ross, Gretchen Melonas, Judy Birdsoll, Carol
Marinics, Cecilia Zinkann, Carl Meador, Carmine Falitico, Stephen Lamb, Jim Cowles, Jim
Watson, Elaine Gidley, Judy Warren, Elaine Meador, Sandra Weyrick, Ann Mackey, Jackie
Rittman. Row Three: Marcheta McCrady, Pat Russell, Louise Crites, Mary Lou Vacha,
Linda Zeisig, Margaret Hatton, Doug Seese, Eddie Gidley, Ron Bevington, Dave Corvett, Tom
Hudson, Sandra Clark, Linda Reed, Cindy Merrell, Darlene Keller, Jeanette Willoughby,
Patty Coon, Helen Caracciolo. Row Four: Laura Roberts, Sally Miller, Connie Diersing,
Joyce Kline, Marilyn Shaver, Barbara Zuppa, Marc Arnold, Doug Huntsman, Ned Stemple,
Ross Holden, Larry Kerr, Darryl Hickey, Judy DePew, Rita McAmis, Susan Lawrentz, Pam
Weber, Barbara Kraus, Margie Smith, Mr. Cooley.
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Standing, Left to Right: Sandra Evans, Delores Burdette, George Porosky, Terry Moore
Nancy Noll. Seated: Juanita Butler, Carol Hagat, Sally Shaman, Mrs. Kekler, Librarian.
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Raw Three, Left to Right: Steve Berman, Ray Bard, Jerry Wright, Dick Brubaker, John
Corley, Bill Godbey, Curtis Moore. Row Two: Jerry Nickol, Vivian White, Helen Carrociolo,
Norma Shinkrow, Carol Hagat, Sheila Cahill, Valerie Caudill, Ron Bevington. Row One:
Darryl Hickey, Karen Chapi, Norita Csonko, Josie Vincqeller, Doyle Carpenter, Mrs.
First Row, Lett to Right: Vada Scott, Joan Schulman,
Marge Worcester, Judy Thomas, Linda Witner, Nancy
Wuchter, Dorothy Braden, Robyn Reinhart, Nancy
Rearick. Second Row: Margaret Seomens, Rita Kusnir,
Teresa Kraus, Blanche Collins, Geri Bowers, Linda Goff,
Bonnie LaForme, Carol Barker, Pam Martin, Lorene
Hibbard, Kathy Martin, Sharon Brazelton, Linda Andre-
sen, Kerry Arthur, Linda Jones. Third Row: Nancy
Brady, Sharon Housley, Diana Johnston, Terry More,
Mary Ann Kaufmann, Didy Werner, Carol Brando, Anita
Csonka, Connie Bosley, Patty Teter, Patty Herman,
Cheryl MacAdam, Carol Clark, Karen Archer. Fourth
Row: Mary Biedler, Sandie Willemsen, Donna Merrell,
Laren Hausman, Norma Lutz, Mary Ann Flaherty,
Marsha Jummel, Charlotte Smith, Dawne Butler, Nancy
Noll, Judy Depnall, Karen Bosley, Dawn Radok, Linda
Kerns. Fifth Row: Linda Wetmore, Carol Wright,
Carol Stitt, Martha Shiltz, Margie Bellinger, Elizabeth
Scott, Laura Rexroad, Connie Hall, Louise Oesh, Mary
Sponaugle, Brenda Witte.
First Row, Left to Right: Pat McCellan, Pam Weber,
Linda Henderson, Dorthy Powell, Barbara Holden, Donna
Walter, Reed, Dixie Henning. Second Row: Rita Mc-
Amis, Linda Zeisig, Judy Birdsall, Janice Swartout, Pat
Russel, Norma Nichol, Nancy Riel, Joanne Swietzer,
Karen Williams, Geri Brehm, Mrs, Jauhiaimen. Third
Row: Linda Dye, Diane Shinkrow, Carolyn Leas, Carole
Burns, Sharon Brown, Terry Mclntyre, Barbara Zuppa,
Carole Hill, Connie Diersing, Nan Gaylord, Nancy Hay-
ward. Fourth Row: Marilyn Case, Jeanette Schulman,
Cathy Horn, Maurine Davis, Barbara Kelly, Margaret
Hatten, Elaine Meador, Barbara Kraus, Jackie Horner,
Mary Lou Hackett, Nancy Ross. Fifth Row: Cheryl
Bee, Lilas Reger, Jean Moore, Laura Kates, Joan Dyke,
Sandra Bender, Elaine Gidley, Linda Seese, Gale Garden.
Bock, Left to Right: Judie DePew, Mary Lou Vacha,
Juanita Butler, Christina Farinacci, Mary Linda Shultz,
Suzanne Thorpe, Sandy Clarke, Nancy Oesch, Barbara
Spear, Secretary, Gretchen Melonas, Margie Jackson.
Middle: Helen Caracciolo, Joan Idle, Norma Shinkrow,
Carole Wyle, Jeanette Willoughby, Judy Cornell, Treas-
urer, Kendra Downing, Mary Kinsey, Lucie Morrison,
Valerie Caudill, Mrs. Stitt, Advisor. Front: Genny
Moore, Jane Clarke, Norma Jones, Marilyn Shaver,
President, Margaret Cooper, Carolyn Wilson, Joyce
Kline, Margie Smith.
Front Row, Lett to Right: Virginia Gaylord, Linda
Farinacci, Ethel Lovingood, Edith Mahler, Sheila Cahill,
Elizabeth Williams, Beverly Ransom, Barbara Trego,
Darlene Keller. Row Two: Melba Adams, Nancy Dawes,
Loretta Diersing, Charlene Anderson, Jean Shultz, Jo-
Ann Flower, Marcia Brewster, Barbara Nanashe, Sally
Shuman, Patty Coon, Marcheta McCrady, Ann Mackey.
Row Three: Florence Allen, Sandra Weyrick, Arlene
Brehm, Carol Marinics, Linda Zeisig, Karen Koski,
Arvella Collins, Paula Ellis, Carol Cummings, Sally Mil-
ler, Harriet Henry, Laura Roberts, Judy Warren, Cindy
Merrell. Row Four: Patti Werling, Sandy Braucher,
Sandy Snyder, Jeanne Barnes, Josie Vinczeller, Norito
Csonka, Carol Hagat, Violet Glass, Marie Barkman,
Barbara King, Harriet Brower, Lawanna Brady, Barbara
Row Four, Left to Right: Jim Savory, Cutis Moore, Don
Murfin, Jim Murtin, John Oblak, Buddy Weeks, Dave
Kuhlke, John Klein, Dean Hamilton, Tom Hudson, Allan
Worcester, Harold Schetz, Bill Adams, Dick Bennett,
Don Bennett. Row Two: Jackie Horner, Nancy Wuct-
har, Linda Seese, Linda Witner, Marjorie Worcester,
Richard Myres, Dennis Kuhlke, Kenny Pardee, Joel
Fisher, Tim Stemple, Brian Bowers, Lowell Body, Phil
Long. Row Two: Mr. Holly, Delores Burdette, Judy
Bard, Judy Thomas, Larry Kerr, Paul Wuchter, Mike
Bender, Carolyn Wilson, Marilyn Case, Marilyn Shaver,
Don Powell, David Willey, Mr. Woodworth, Advisor.
Row One: George Poskey, Jack Wright, Marjorie Jack-
son, Nancy Rearick, Mary Kinsey, Joyce Kline, Valerie
Caudill, Jim Pardee.
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Row Two, Left to Right: Valerie Caudill, Mrs. Mull, Advisory Sheila Cahill, Jo Ann Flower,
Barbara Kusnir, Laura Roberts, Sally Shuman, Marilyn Shaver, Darlene Keller, Margie Smith,
Joyce Kline. Row One: Barbara King, Harriet Brower, Shirley Pimlott, Violet Glass, Ann
Mackey, Marie Jackson, Norita Csonka.
Row Four, Left to Right: Doyle Carpenter, Tim Stemple, Steven Lamb, Jim Murfin, Dale
Glass. Row Three: Judie DePew, Jane Clark, Marilyn Case, Marilyn Shaver, Terry Moore,
Josie Vinczeller, Pat Coon. Row Two: Nancy Rearick, Margie Smith, Della Smith, Janice
Swartout, Joyce Kline, Ruth Brown, Valerie Caudill, Carol Marinics. Row One. Margie
Jackson, Carl Walter, Connie Godfrey, Al Worcester, Norma Jones. Absentz. Margaret
Standing, Left to Right: R
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G. Wilkinson, E. Saviers, K
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Standing, Lett to Right: D.
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Bottom Row: J. Wilson, S.
Synder, K. Koski, G. Gorden,
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Eugene Dominic, Varsity Basketball
Larry Saltis, Scorpion Basketball
Jim Tyree, Varsity Football, Wrestling, Track
Scorpion Cheerleaders - Nancy Rearick, Lucy Jones, Robyn
Reinhart, Judy Kline.
Reserve Cheerleaders Lmda Hen
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Varsity Cheerleaders - Joyce Kline,
Marjorie Smith, Carol Wyle, Marilyn
Shaver, Melba Adams, Captain, Judy
Back Row, Left to Right: Richard Meyers, Mark Arnold, Fronl' Row: Clay Wagner, Jim Corsin, Ronald Bowen
Carl Chaboudy, Kenny Shallahammer, Bob Cunie, Bill Lowel Reed, Jim Hurd, Ross Holden, Allen Worcester
Von Gunten, Doug Seese, Lynn Jackson, Bob Hiltz, Carl Denny Clark, Larry Gayner, Joel Fisher, Ned Stemple.
Meador, Roger Fredrick, Carmine Falitico, Jim Landis.
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Art Boozer -- Tockle
Allan Worcester - Tackle
Ross Holden - Fullbock
Doyle Carpenter -- Holfback
Jim Hurd - Guard
Carl Walter - Tackle
RESERVE BASKETI3 LL
Jerry Nickel, Jim Pierce, Ray Brescianni, Jim Landis, Doug Seese, Don Gray, Kenny
Cowles, Ronny Ward, Roger Frederick, Jim Watson, Martin Brandon, Bernard Czarfoski,
Clay Wagner, Tim Deleo, Jim Cowles, Coach Herold Sloop.
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Back Row, Left fo Right: Coach Sloop, Bill Tienery, Don Bennet, Kenny Shollohomer, Martin
Brandon, Ronnie Bowen, Dick Bennet, Bill Von Gunten. First Row: Dovid Willey, Jim Hurd,
Darryl Hickey, Donnie Groy, Donnie Witner,
Row One: Denny Clark, Dean Hamlifon, Ron Burt, Dave Kuhlke, Roger Fredricks. Row Two:
Coach Tyree, Mark Arnold, Don Powell, Pat Flarity, Doyle Carpenter, Dave Reinhart, John
Kline, Carl Meador, Carmen Falitico, Manager Leonard Cornell.
Row One, Left to Right: Bob Cueni, Carl Chaubody, Ned Sfemple, Lamoyne Carpenter, Bill
Neighman. Row Two: Bob Myers, Roy Darling, Denny Clarke, Larry Francis, Denny Kuhlke,
Manager John Moore.
Row Two: Ethel Lavingoad, Melba Adams, Norita Csonka, Carolyn Wilson, Shirley Pimlott,
Florence Allen, Jean Shultz. Row One: Juanita Butler, Marjorie Jackson, Marilyn Shaver,
Kendra Downing, Valerie Caudill, Carole Wyle, Marjorie Jackson.
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Back Row, Left to Right: James Hartley, Ronald Burt, Ronald Ward, Roger Fredrick, Ronald
Bowen, Allen Worcester, Bill Von Gunten, Carl Meador, Martin Brandon, Coa:h Tyree. Row
Two: Ross Holden, Doug Seese, Don Gray, Bob Cunie, Dave Rheinheart, Mark Arnold,
Denny Peterson, Ronald Bevington, Carmine Folitico, Lenard Cornall, Jim Hurd. Row One:
Don Bennet, Darryl Hickey, Doyle Carpenter, Keany Shallahammer, Carl Walter, Denny
Clark, Tim Stemple, Dick Bennet, Dave Kuhlke.
Row Three, Lett to Rightg Jerilyn Thorp, Linda Williams, 'Judi Bard, Carol Brandon, Patty
Herman, Anita Csonka, Terry Moore. Row Two, Right to Left: Blanche Collins, Linda
Witner, Sharon Brazelton, Judy Thomas, Carol Stitt, Carol Barker, Pam Martin. Row One,
Left to Right: Downe Butler, Nancy Wuchter, Nancy Rerick, Robyn Reinhart, Margaret
Seamens, Charlotte Smith.
Row Four, Lett to Right: Rita McAmis, Patty Waller, Laura Lee Kates, Linda Seese, Cecila
Zinkann, Marilyn Case, Jeanne Moore. Row Three, Right to Left: Maureen Davis, Jackie
Horner, Barbara Zuppa, Nan Gaylord, Gail Gordon. Row Two, Lett to Right: Geraldine
Zeisig, Margaret Hatton, Janice Stratton, Carol Hill, Judy Birdsall, Norma Nickle. Row
One, Right to Left: Dixie Henning, Pam Weber, Mary Lou Hackett, Pat Russell, Carol Burns,
Row Four, Left to Right: Sandy Snyder, Karen Koski, Harriet Brower, Josette Vinczeller,
Barbara King, Paula Ellis, Patty Caan, Jeanne Barns. Row Three, Right to Left: Sandy
Weyrick, Sheila Cahill, Ethel Lavingaod, Patty Werling, Lawonno Brady, Marie Kirkpatrick,
Jean Schultz, Florence Allen, Ann Mackey. Row Two, Left to Right: Narita Csanka, Linda
Faranacci, Marcheta McCrady, Judy Warren, Laura Roberts, Sally Shuman, Melba Adams,
Arvella Collins, Elizabeth Williams. Row One, Right to Left: Carol Hagat, N. Dawes, L.
Zeisig, Sandra Braucher, J. Flower, Beverly Ransom.
Second Row, Lett to Right: Marjorie Smith, Jackie Witner, Carmen Fulper, Kendra Downing,
Valerie Coudill, Joyce Kline. First Row, Left to Right: Carole Wyle, Lucie Morrison, Carolyn
Wilson, Mrs. Miller, Marilyn Shaver, Marjorie Jackson.
JOE BURIAN wills all the fun of lifting
weights to BOB SCHLEMMER hoping he will
carry on the good work.
JUANITA BUTLER donates her ability
to play volleyball to VIVIAN WHITE.
CAROLE WYLE wills her long blond hair
to NANCY ROSS.
ALLAN WORCESTER wills his ability to
get along with school officials to JOHN HUD-
VALERIE CAUDILL wills her ability to
get along with MRS. KLINGAMAN TO
RALPH CAPILA donates his "49" Ply-
mouth to JOHN BURTON who needs a good
MARILYN SHAVER wills her well-used
razor to JOHN PIERCE so his legs will have
that smooth appearance during basketball
JOHN OBLAK wills his used pack of
Camels to GARY GARRETT in hopes Gary
can stunt his growth like John did.
MARY LINDA SHILTZ wills her ability
to laugh and not stop to her sister MARTHA,
who is all too quiet.
DON WITNER gives his ability to tear
out a transmission to JOHN BURTON.
RON BURT wills to LEONARD COR-
NELL, that up and coming Junior Chemist,
the ability to mix concentrated sulfuric acid
HELEN CARACCILO wills her Girl Scout
cap to all the up and coming brownies of
JUDY STUIBER wills her unbleached
blond hair to all the "peroxide-crazy kids."
WILMA LAWLIS leaves her quiet studi-
ous ways to Stow's most vivacious and Ioquaci-
ous sophomore, DIXIE HENNING.
BARBARA SPEAR gives her demure
qualities to NED STEMPLE.
JUDIE DEPEW wills her black knee-high
socks to TOM HUDSON who wants a pair in
the worst way.
BERTHA CROSS gives her driving ability
to BARBARA KUSNIR who can really use any
GENEVIEVE MOORE donates her major-
ette uniform to CARL MEADOR who she
thinks would make a cute majorette.
JUDY CORNELL wills her ability to grow
to CAROL HAGAT who really has a great use
JANE CLARKE bequeaths her ability to
talk in study halls for four years without get-
ting detention to MARGARET SEAMENS.
JOAN IDLE gives her ability to get stuck
in the waste basket in her Senior year to
RONNIE BEVINGTON bequeaths his
famous Collection of ash trays to JIM AYERS.
FRANK MUSHISKY gives his patience
for going steady with the same girl for two
years to DENNIS HILLIARD.
BILL MUSHISKY wills his unused lock
to anyone in MRS. VONFELDS home room
next year, who doesn't like locking their
MARJORIE JACKSON wills the ability
to get caught in the Health Room, and end up
having lessons from everyone's favorite teach-
er to LINDA HELTON.
CARL WALTERS his puddle-jumper,
M - G, to Mr. Sloop.
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ln lOth grade we were old hands at high
school life. ln true School spirit Dave Kuhlke
and Roy Armstrong tried to paint the water
tower. Appreciation was shown by letting
them scrub the Silver Lake Town Hall.
Another project was taking the bolts from
Mrs. Meyers' door. Mary Lou Vacha made a
beautiful skirt in Home Ec. Too bad no one
fit it. Carol Slane gave Marilyn Shaver a
bloody nose in cheerleading. Gretchen
Melonas and Russ Fourman came this year.
Our Junior year was filled with many
"exciting" little incidents. Many of these
took place in Chemistry class. There were
many little explosions. Mike Bender gave
Mr. Woodworth severe burns by handing him
a hot glass rod. Gary Baker, Bill Hatton,
Dick Brubaker, Jim Hurd, and Gail Thomas
put an egg onto the light and when someone
pulled the string attached to it, Well . . . This
was the year of the "Revolution" lt came
about when there was a disagreement con-
cerning - how to spend money and where
--. Carl Walter came from Falls. Frank
and Bill Mushisky earned their fame as expert
At last came their Senior year, the end
of the struggle. As always there were many
activities, some of which we will refrain from
entering in this history. One important oc-
casion was the discovery of "The Haunted
House." Jim Hartley was always "Life of
the Party" with his hep records. Art Boozer
was noted for his quick changes from cowboy
to motorcycleman. lt seems some Seniors
tried to revert back to childhood by playing:
Policeman, trashman, fireman, and tower
painter. Among those were Oblak, Jones,
Powell, Kuhlke, and Armstrong. Marilyn
Shaver drove into a ditch the hard way . . .
Other survivors were: Pimlott, Kinsey, and
Wyle. Margaret Cooper left this year and
Steve Miller, Harvey Chaney, and Arlene
So ends this history with a little sigh of
relief from the faculty and possibly some class
members, and a hope of better things to come.
Best Wishes to the Class of "58',
Darrow Road Stow, Ohio
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STOW, OHIO OV-8-8210
3522 Williamson Road
DAVIS AND DAVIS
Hobby Suppl ies
123 Portage Trail
Cuyahoga Falls Ohio
Congratulations Class of 1958
OV-8-4914 J B k
EDDIE PARSGNIS STOW UPHOLSTERING
and FURNITURE COMPANY
3545 Darrow Road
Stow Ohio 5f0W Oh
EDWARDS SHOE STORE
Florsheim - Roblee
1837 Rose Avenue Jumping Jock Srs'
Flowers for All Occasions F'0"f Sffeef CUYW090 FUI'
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2044 East Bailey
THE MUSIC MART INC.
PHONOGRAPHS - RECORDS
All Musical Supplies
175 E. Main Street
Kent Phone OR-3-7158
2091 FRONT STREET
CUYAHOGA FALLS. OHIO
Serving the Community for Over 50 Years
Catering to All Men's Clothing
Park Free in Rear of Store
School of the Dance
Cuyahoga Falls' Leading
"sss'r IN THE AREA" WA'8"6'2
2207 Second St. Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Shop At Compliments ot
Complete Selection of
Boys' and Girls' Class Sweaters
"Levi" Dungarees, Gym Suits
408 East Main
2231 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio OR-3-44I2
Serving This Area For Many Years
Congratulations Class of 1958
Monroe Falls Ohio
J. R. ANDERSON, INC.
Hardware, Well Drilling, Pumps and
3403 Kent and sew, om.
Ample Launclromats - Large Dryers ov'8'39u
To Serve You
Washing and Dry Cleaning
Wh'l Y Sh
'e ou op OLSON FLOWERS
Open 9 to 9 Daily - 9 to 5 Saturday
2 Hour Laundry Service Flowers 'FOI' All OCCBSIOFIS
407 Longmere Dr. OR-3-9212
ISALY DAIRY STORE
3322 Kent Road
THE STANDARD DRUG CO.
Prescriptions Always Filled
3295 Kent Rd. OV-8-4611
, NEUGEBAUER FLORISTS
3300 Kent Road
I Congratulations Class of 1958
J H SO 'S PURE IL
srow CAB co. O N N 0
:Bmw Kem Road Minor Repairs Tune Up.
Open 7:00 A.M. To 10:00 P.M.
3667 Darrow Road OV 8-8060
DAY or NIGHT I Stow Qhio
5 and l0
Best Wishes to the Class of "58"
HERFF JONES CO.
Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers
1401-19 North Capitol Avenue
A R SEAVER Lo al Representat e
P O Box 173 MEDINA OHIO
Telephone Medina 29064
SHORT - STOP
On Route 5
GOOD LUCK SENIORS
24 Hour Service Phone: WA-8-2121
In Illinois JUDY FREDERlCK'S sister-in-law,
MARGARET COOPER, is neighbor to CAROLYN
WILSON. DON POWELL services them'with his
diaper service. It seems that MARGARET and
CAROLYN both believe in the old saying "Cheap-
er by th dozen."
DAVE CORBETT is designing house to house
NORMA SHINKROW is known for her books
JOHN OBLAK is the editor of "Esquire" maga-
zine. DAVE KUHLKE is his head cartoonist.
As we enter South Carolina we see BARBARA
SPEAR, she is now a world famous tobacco auc-
In Arizona, where the climate is good for your
health, JOAN IDLE has her own drug store. She
carries NANCY OESCH cosmetics in her store.
Let us take a look and see what's going on in
Mexico. Here DICK BRUBAKER, GAIL THOMAS,
and BILL HATTON have a snappy little club called
the Brown Sombrero.
As we look through the forests of Oregon we
see SYLVIA MC BEE at the foot of a ranger tower
with a large basket in her hand. She is taking
lunch to her husband ART BOOZER who is busy
Everyone is anxiously following the career
of the dancing team of ALLAN WORCESTER and
SHIRLEY PIMLOTT. They are now in Nevada.
We now turn our time-o-meter to gay Paree.
There is JIM MURFIN. He is now a famous art-
ist. He is complete with smock, tam, and MONEY.
GRETCHEN MELONAS hands him his brushes.
We are now in sunny Italy. A Trans World
Airlines plane is just landing. JEANETTE WIL-
LOUGHBY is a stewardess for them. We follow
JEANETTE into a small spaghetti house. This
is owned by CHRISTINA FARANACCI.
Now we have seen what has become of all of
our classmates, so we can turn off our time mach-
ine, satisfied in knowing that all of our friends are
successful in whatever they have done.
FOR THE BEST IN
SPORTING GOODS AND
I466 South Moin St. 221 No th Che y St
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
US. GASKET AND THEDHVQWAY
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3717 Darrow Road
2743 Second Street OV 8-5403
Cuyahoga Falls Oh St Oh
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