Fairview High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Jennings, MO)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1957 volume:
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Milton NV. Bierbaum
A.M. XVashington University
Through the years, there have been many
educational and school improvements mainly
due to the endless efforts of Mr. Bierbaum and
Mr, Hohn. This year the addition to the high
school building has been the center of interest
Mr. Bierbaum has also brought honor to our
district by being active in legislative affairs.
Mainly, he is Chairman of the Legislative Com-
mittee of the Conference of School Board Mem-
bers and Superintendents of the St. Louis Coun-
The behind-the-scenes functions at Fairview
are handled capably by our secretaries. Sheila
Naumann. secretary to the principal. is a new-
comer this year. Frances Decher, a veteran of a
l'rances Decher Charlotte Matthes
liric Nl. Hohn
AB. Central University
A.M. Missouri University
Meanwhile. Mr. Hohn has been elected Vice
President of the St. Louis Suburban Teachers
Association. All Fairview is proud of this out-
standing honor bestowed on him.
Through our administrators efforts. Fair-
view continues to qualify as a AAA rated Mis-
souri School and a member of the North Central
Association. There are many evidences that
these men are educational leaders with direct
contact and influence upon current educational
trends and changes.
number of years. is secretary to the superin-
tendent. Mrs. Charlotte Matthes also joined
the force this year to assist in Mr. Bierbaum's
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Mr. Milton XV. l'mic-rlwaum. Supl.. lVlr. Norman Ochs. Mr, leonard Cole. llireas.. Mr. Robert
Nolte. llres.. Mr. Arthur lzmlacltloclc. Sec.. lVlr. .loe Moore. Vice Pres.. Mr. Dana Cforev.
'l'he Board of llducation is charged with the
responsibility of operating the schools of our
district. There are six members. two being
elected each year for a three year term, who dutis
fully help liairview maintain its high standards.
'lihree of the men on our present Board have
served more than twenty years. They are: l-eon-
ard Cole, Robert Nolte and Arthur Pnlaclcloclc.
'l'he Board must determine the tax necessary
to finance and operate our schools, and intelli-
'l'he maintenance department was handled
very well this year as always. 'l'he staff is very
capable and the buildings and grounds have
shown evidence of their reliable efforts, 'lihe
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gently appropriate and disperse school funds
They must obtain and appoint qualified instruc
tors and teachers and provide desirable condi
tions conducive to learning. 'l'hey are no
building a new high school addition: it contains
a gymnasium, a cafeteria, music rooms and fixc
class rooms. Ready for use by next fall.
promises FHS a better equipped school with
more student advantages.
Our Boards efforts, community interest and
good judgment is worthy of recognition.
students cif liairview lligh School appreciate thc
interest and concern of this staff. and reg
them as their friends and helpers.
'.ra Allen Nlatvin lilodfelter
Andrew Allen Marvin liuandl lli
lfront Row: Mrs. Crain. Mrs. Beck, Miss Hirsch, Miss Cowgill.
Back Row: Mrs. Goodwin. Mrs, Kendall, Mr. Dahlberg. Mr. Cooper. Mr, Crain, Mrs. Cantwell,
MRS. GEORGIA BECK
Arla, Crafts, Literature
AB.. Vwlashington U.
MR. ALBERT COOPER
M.A., Washingtimn U,
MRS. WILMA CRAIN
A.B.. Central Vvlesleyan College
MRS. ZITA CANTWELL
English and Latin
AB., Nlaryville College
MISS RUTH COWGILL
BS.. Vvlashington U.
MR. ERED DAHLBERG
Wcnrld History, American Problems,
Geography. 8th Grade History
BS., Missouri U.
MISS ROSEMARY CHILD
B.A., Mo-unt St. Joseph College
MR. NED CRAIN
Boys' Physical Education Health
MS.. Vv'ashington U,
fry. World Hislory
AB., Washington U.
MISS LOUISE I-IIRSCH MRS. CEDONA KENDALL
Girls' Physirul Eduisation Home Economics
BS.. Missouri U. A.B., Indiana State Teachers' Col-
l5mnl Row: Miss Marshall. Mrs. lrcslik. Mrs. Wurtl. Miss Schulllc, Mrs. lVlcCraclwn.
llmck Row: Mr. S.1v.1ge. Mr. Mcffmclwn, Mr. Mnhon. Mr. Munrc. Mr. Miller. Mr. Kulml.
MR. THOMAS MAHON
lirwlixh and Spvcrh
MR. GEORGE RURAL
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Bb.. Vhxsliinglon U.
M.lil1.. Miswuri U.
MRS. Rl"liA MCCRACKEN
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MR. HOMIZR McCRACQK,EN
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l5.S. Smzllimlwt Missouri SIAIL' Cul.
MR, KENT SAVAGE
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MR. HAL MOORE
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BS.. Missouri U,
ISS.. Cfcnlral Misaouri SI.llU Cullcgc M.A., Vvhwliinglun U.
M S.. Vvhsliinglnri U.
HS.. Soiltlicnst Missouri Smlc Col.
Gui'c1um'v and Mullvvmuliis
M.l2.. K.1ns.1s U.
MR. EDGAR lVllLl.ER
Jr. High I:'17q11'xl7, rllJLlI'I7AlllAI77
M.lf.. Sl. Louis U.
MISS ELLA SCI-lUL'l'Zli
BS.. Mixwuri U.
MRS, ANNA TRESTIK MRS, MARTHA WURTZ
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Our pictures in the BlueJay
For the last time here appear.
Coming soon is graduation day,
And the end of our school career.
XVe started as freshmen in '52.
Four years haue passed since then,
Filled with so many things to do
That not much time was open.
Proms, coronations, plays, and clafses
Took all our time for four full years.
But with June so near, we lads and lasses
Can face the future without any fears.
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FV!!-l Klub l, Nlfl Honor Society -9, l'3and l,
Darlene Back Judy Besand
Vw'.1rren Brodak Robert B1-Owl
Dick Bunting Rosalie Casrrogiox
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Marilcc Crain Stan Demny
Judy Ifrcch Barbara Gnnn
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Hwnw lic, Klub I
Cl.:-ax Softball 1, Z, Home lic Kiluh I. l 3.
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Bob Dody Maxine Fischer
Bonnie Gcrdcs Richard Gibbs
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Gerry Jones Barbara Kane Rena King Reta King
BILL GREER CHERRY JONES
Choruc Z. 4: Fwuyx Cilvc Cflub I. Z. 3. 4: Double Quartc
3: Quartet 2: All C'cui-ity Cfhorux 1, I3asIw!baIl I3 Icam I: Varsity 3, 4: Class Softball Z, 3, 4. Varkity Z,I 3,l
lvnnis Z, 3, 4: I3Iuc Jay Stall 4: Sciunct' Cllb I: . i 3 ' '
Achicvcnwnt Z. 3, Ilramatics 4.
l Psp Club 3: ClaQs Praxkctball 33 Class Vrvllvvball 2 3 4'
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SYLVIA HARRELL BARBARA KANE
Chorus Z, 3: 4: Novcttc 4: All Ciuunly Chorus 3, 4:
Pup Cilub 3, 4. Cihccrlcadvr Z. 3, 4: Clirls Cilcv Cilub 1, 31
I3Iuc Jay Staff 4. Thcspians 4: Dramalirs 3: 4.
Clhorus I, Z: Scxtct Z: Prp Club 3: Cllass Olficcr 4:
Iluman Rclations Club 2, 3, N.Ci.C'..I, I. Z. 4: Sludcnt
Ciouncil 3: Paluv Jay Staff 4, Dcbatv Club 3, 4: Ciouricr
Club 2, 3. 4: Cfnurirr Staff 4: Iidilor 4: Scicncu Club
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3. 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Ihrspian: 3. 4: Dramatici
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Cflub I. 2: I3-64 Club I: Natl Hnnnr Sncicty 3, 4.
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4, Cilass Softball I, l, 3: Varsity 1, 3: Cilaw Officcr
3. Human Rvlatiuns Club 3. N,Ci.C ..I. 3, Sludcnl Ciuuncil I.
1. 4: Blur Jay Staff 4: Ilrlitrvr 4: Crsurivr Club I, F-64
Club I, Natl Honor Socivty 3, 4: May Qucen Vomnation
Cicuricr Club 4: Ciuurivr Staff 4.
Fourier Club 4: Cinurivr Staff 4: All Crlub 4: Nall Honnr
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Mike l..1VelIe Judy Lewis
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Klub l. 2. 3.
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Xlursxry 4. Kklnw Swttlnxll Z, 5, ,lr fhhwvnmvnl 5, 4.
Khorux 2 Srxlvl 2, Prp Klub 3: NKRKQI. 3, Kurlx li
Kklub 1. 3. Blue Jay Staff 'l Drbnlx' 4, Kuurwr Klub 3.
llumr l-r. Kklub 2, l. Natl llalnor Socifly 1, 4. l3mn1.H
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CHARLIE MEIER RHETA PEACOCK
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4, lnhrary Klub -, W. 4: Arr Klub 3, llumr l-c, Klub 1.
N.rr'l llwnor Socirly 3, 4: lhnmnlics 4,
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liluc Jay Staff 4: Kuurirr Vlub Z. 4: Home lk. Klub lg
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PAUL MUGGENBURG CAROL PONTICELLO
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Jerry Reid Dick Robertson Margaret Robinson Pat Rodgers
Richard Ruhmann Carleen Sadler Carol Schlueter Janet Schmidt
Boys Clee Club li Haxeball l, I, 4: l5aslxelball Ytrstty
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Student Council 4: Blue Jay Staff 4: Courier Club l:
Art Club l: Jr. Achievement 4: Dramalicx 4: President
of Student Body 4.
Girls Glee Club Z3 Pep Club 3: Sec.-Treai. Student liodv
4: Human Relations Club '51 N.C.C.J. 4: Student Council
I, 4: Blue Jay Staff 4: Debate Club 1, 3, 4: Courier
Club 2, 3, 4: Courier Staff I, 4: Nat'l Honor Society 3.
4: Quill and Scroll 3. 4: Thecpians 4: Dramatics I, 4:
Nnt'l Forensic League 4 Voice of Democracy I, 4: Ameri-
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Pep Club 4: Tennis l, l, 3, 4, Track 4: NCCJ. l
Student Council Z, 3, Blue Jay Staff 4: Jr. Achievemen
County Band 1, Prom Reporter 4,
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Club Z: Home lic. Club 2, 3: Jr. Achievemenr 4.
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Ihrbara Wallcn Henry Wasmcr Katy Lou Wantz Nancy West
lid Yarbrough Diane Zubcr Barbara Dutch Roy Recd
The undergrads are here portrayed
From beginners to the juniors:
The kids whose names will soon be famed
When they follow the footsteps of Seniors.
The juniors surely haue our thanks
For the prom we so enjoyed:
And all the rest on down the ranks
For jobs they didn't avoid.
lt's been fun all along the way,
XVe'ue worked and relaxed with them.
And now near graduation day,
XVe're rather sad at leaving them.
President ,. . .David Berg
Vicefllres, ,.,.. , , . Ronnie Lee
Sec,-Treas, , Jessie l.cu Carter
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Does anyone leave at 2:45
When there are practices and meetings?
Usually the halls are still alive
Wlhlh students' gleeful greetings.
To take up our extra-curricular time
There are rehearsals, meetings, and try-outs
Plays, and concerts are in their prime,
And games burst with cheers and shouts.
Some activities needed work
While others were nothing but fung
But each did something to make us perk
And we enjoyed them every one.
l7irst Row: Miss Marshall, Mary Schwing, .lackie Meeks, Beverly Poland. liay Bohringer, Gail Hansard. Bernadine Bauer.
Diane Cinau. Maurine Venator, Marg Robinson. Barbara Axley. Jane Hollis
Se:ond Row: June Piel. Nancy O'Hara. l.eon Vw'hite. Dan Napier. Bob Dody, .lim Harding. Al Heck. Tim Kielv. Richard
.lariitclr Dick Robertson, Barbara Kane. Darlen: Back.
This year's Student Council members with
Dick Robertson as Student Body President, and
Margaret Robinson as Secretary-Treasurer, were
installed on September 28.
Under the direction of Miss Marshall. the
Council sponsored many projects during the
year. Besides throwing the first dance "Hellza-
popinf' they directed the election of the cheer-
leaders and selection of May Queen and maids,
held a mock presidential election, sent CARE
packages to Korea and collected funds for Ne-
vada High School.
Four students represented our Council at
the State Convention, held at Liberty. Missouri,
March I4 and I5.
The Blue Jay Staff. under the supervision of
Miss l-ouise Hirsch, gave us our biggest annual
yet. The funds for its publication were ob!
tained by the sponsoring of a dance, magazine
subscriptions, running the candy room for three
months, activity funds and by selling ads.
This year's Editor was Barbara Kane, and
Marilee Crain was Business Manager. Their ef-
forts have been largely responsible for the suc-
cess of the staffs many projects. Not to over-
look a cooperative group of hard working staff
members who have added their loyal assistance.
liirst Row: Miss Hirsch. Virginia Velker. Barbara Kane. Darlene Back, Sylvia Harrell, Barbara XVallen. Ruth Shearmin
Barbara Gann, Diane Zuber. Nancy XVest.
Second Row: Margaret Robinson. .ludy l.ewis, Marilee Crain. .lanet Schmidt. Katy l.ou XVantz. Helen Stockwell. .lanet
Story, Nancy Meeker. l,iuda Phillips.
Third Row: Ronnie Luebbert. Bill Cireer. Rich Ruhmann. Bob Matthes. Richard .lanitclr Bob Dody, Bob Nelson. Dick
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'l'he Debate Club, directed by Mr. Edgar Mil-
ler, has been a very active organization with
a steadily increasing membership. This year.
members ol' the club attended debates at Mis-
souri University, Vyfashington University, and
various high schools in the St, l.ouis area.
l'irst Row Marv Schwing. Nancy lloing. Kathy llohn. Margaret Robinson. Marilee Crain. liarlwara XVallen. Gail Porter.
Nancy Meeker. Maurine Venator.
Second Row Mr. Miller, .lessie Carter, Sally Hohn. David Berg. hill Vierck. .lohn Marino. Madge Bierlwaum. Barlwara
l'irst Row: Clary Davis, Diane Kuehl, Mary Sehwing. l.inda Stamer. Diane l'iel. Dotty Bollinger. Carol Scharli, Mariean
Cates. Barbara Willis. Barbara Masters. Clary Gann.
Second llowg .loyee Kuehl. Marcia Hager, Noeleen Cates. Beverly NVeber. Carleen Sadler, Rl'lt'I.l Peaeoek. Jessie Carter.
leavera Zimmer, l.ee Zimmer, lfllriede lfeller, Barbara Sentman. Mrs. Crain,
'l'he l.ibrary Club gives its members an inA
creased knowledge of books and their authors,
as well as learning the workings of a library.
lfach student member must perform certain
duties in order to enjoy privileges such as read'
ing new hooks as they come in,
lfirst Row: Rena King. Reta King. Sara XVantZ. Nanciellen Davis, Dorothy Bollinger. Kathy Hohn, Nancy Hoing. Jackie
Meeks, Mary Schwing, Cecelia Vedell. Carol Schluetcr, Jane Loraine, Bette Yackey.
Second Row: Barbara XVallen, Gail Porter, Barbara Stedingk, Barbara Ditch, Jessie Carter, Sally Hohn. Marilee Crain,
Margaret Robinson. Judy Otten. Judy Strubbe. l.inda Phillips. Joyce Dietrich, Nancy Meeker. Susan Smith.
Third Row: Janet Story, Frank XVersching. Bill Ummelmann. Gary Matthes. John Marino. Bob Matthes, Bill Vierck.
lirank XValsh. Bob Dedy. Bch Harms. Dotty Sommerich. Mr. Miller.
Courier Club members act as reporters for the
paper and are assigned stories by the editors of
the staff. Club officers are elected at the be-
ginning of the year and remain in office
throughout the whole year. The club is very
active in projects developed by the Courier. This
year they participated in the candy room sales,
magazine sales, and the annual Courier Dance.
The club published the April issue of the
Courier this year. Actual experience of writing
and publishing a paper was gained by the mem-
bers of the club.
The Courier Staff members are selected from
the Journalism Class. The editors are assigned
to secure information for a certain section of the
paper. Each editor chooses members of the
Courier Club for reporters. Each reporter is as-
signed to a story and a deadline is set for all
stories. The various editors are responsible for
getting the story to the copyreader, headlining
articles. and giving the stories to the Editor-
The Courier Staff is the place to go when
you want information on events occurring
Carrzl Schlueter. Rena King. Marilee Crain. Barbara XVallcn. Ciail Porter. Margaret Robinson, Reta King. Sally Hohn. Mi,
Miller. Barbara Ditch,
An interested group, largely underclassmen.
reorganized the Science Club in September and
scheduled meetings for every Tuesday. Their
objective was to build up the club in both num-
ber and interest. lheir activities included nu-
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merous tield trips and attempts to obtain a
telescope. Mr. McCracken was their sponsor.
lrvnt Row' l,eo Ross. Mary llenle. .ludy liunstmann, Kathy llohn. Nancy lleing. Douglas lVlarsanielx.
llatli Row Kenny lleeli, .Iohn Moniclt. David Holland. Ken Klll'l'slI11Al"ll'1. 'l'em Johnson, Mr. McCracken,
l'rint Row' Allen Sheppard. Diane Kuelzl. .leyce Kueltl.
.lovee llietrieh, Ctcelia Vedell, Billie Vedell, lfrank
llatls Row Mr. llohn, llettglas lfgger. .lim Plotidre. Cireg
Stevenson. 'li m liallarcl.
lhe lf-04 Club was under Mr. Hohn's di-
rection. lt sponsored monthly contests within
the club, photography exhibits, field trips. and
the taking and selling of portraits and dance
pictures. Several entered the National Photog-
raphy Contest. Pay meeting the Argus Company
lzlaine ludv. Carol Seltarl. Maurine Xenator. Barltaia Cary
Myers. .lim Mohapp. lranlt XV.ilsh. XK'esley l'ipton. .lerrx
requirements, the Club was awarded two very
liirst Row: Mclienney. Wieber. McGrath. Hohn. V. Axley, Collins. Reid. Mrs, Beck.
Second Row: Horvath. Werching. Yarbrough. Vkforley. Natelsky, Ploudre. Vlfhile. R
l5ii'st Row. Mrs, Kendall. lox. Sawiclci, Mayhan. Cove. Below. Yacltey. Story. Crain. Vincent,
l.udy. Ponticello. D. Kuehl.
Second Row: Haney. Newhouse. D. Smith. Dietrich. Agricola. Ditch. Craig. Vwfende. P. Murphy.
Marlin, B. Axley. Humphries. Dabrowslti. Hackmann.
Third Row: M. Cates, Blackledge. Smotherman, Hoquet, Noblwe. NVisa, Pipkin. Pulaski. Allen
The Art Club, under the direction of Mrs.
G. Beck, elected Kenneth Worley, President:
Suzanne McGrath, Vice-President: and Ciale
Their activities included a trip to the Art
Museum. painting windows at Northland at
Halloween. making posters, and studying dif-
ferent phases of art.
HUME ECU UMIUSULUB
The Home Economics Club, under Mrs. C.
Kendall's sponsorship, elected Janet Story, Pres-
ident: Marilee Crain, Vice-President, and Bette
Their activities included, sending Christmas
gifts to the State Mental Hospital, sponsoring
a Simplicity Pattern Company fashion assembly
and Wednesday evening sewing sessions.
'lhe main object of the Northside Junior
Achievement Center, sponsored by St. l,ouis
and St. l,ouis County businessmen, is to teach
students how to operate a successful business,
'lhree advisors help each group in choosing a
preliit making product, in naming their coma
pany, and in counseling them on important
Stocks are sold and companies must pay baclt
their stockholders at the end of the year. lt'
they can pay back dividends, the company is a
'lihe companys sales manager and producf
tion manager encourage you to select and make
a good product and sell it fast. 'lihe president.
vice president, and treasurer are selected from
each company and handle most of the paper
'lihe Junior Achievement Ball is the big event
of the year. lt was held at the Jefferson Hotel
and everyone made the utmost effort to be presl
ent. Marilyn Siewing, a Fairview senior. was
a special maid to the J. A. queen.
Vwle are proud of the large representation of
liairviewites in J. A. 'lihey have made an ex-
cellent record for our school and have undoubt-
edly gained more knowledge about business.
lirsl Row, Cltllins. Stliart. Vancil. liyon. Hamilton. Hardwick. Risingei. llaney. lnglisli. Lcraine. D. Smith, llorvath,
Second Row: lrantham, li. lfeller. Drury. Rose. Cinau, Newhouse. Otten. Yacltey, Dietrich. Back. Sclimidt.
'lhird Row Smotherman. Ciaddis. Kunstmann, Sentman. Nlcffhesney, Smith. Marlin, Bania, Allen. P, lNlurphy. .l. Mar-
fanitlt. l . Phillips, Siewing, Mclioy, lfischer.
lourth Row, Stone. lau, Robertson. Nelson. Newcomb. A. llcclt. XValsh. Schlueter. lipttin, liggere. J. Phillips, Zwietel,
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lVlembership in the National Honor Society
is the highest honor paid to students who possess
the outstanding qualities of character, scholarf
ship, service, and leadership, These students,
juniors and seniors, must maintain a scholarship
average of "S" and are chosen by the teachers
and administrators of Fairview where they must
have attended for at least a semester.
liaclx Row: Ruta King, Nlarilee Crain. XVarren Parodak. Bill Vierclx. Richard Janitch. Helen Stockwell. Rem Peacock.
lfront Row: Mrs. Goodwin. Margaret Rolvinson. Darlene Back, Sallv Hohn. Carol Schlueter. Nanci' Meeker, l'a.1rlmr.i
M. Schwing. C. Vedell. Reta King, Rina King. lVl. Robinson. S. Hohn. .l, Carter .l. Strubhe. Nl. Crain. B, Yacl-.ey, C
Schlueter, G, l orter.
Quill and Scroll is an honorary organization
for those juniors and seniors who have done
outstanding work in journalism. Writing for
the Courier or the Bluejay or helping with the
managing or editing and the recommendation of
the principal or the journalism teacher are needed
for membership as well as a scholastic standing
in the upper third of the class.
Sally llohn, Jessie Carter, and .Iohnny Ma-
rino were elected as President, Vice-President.
and Secretary-Treasurer. respectively, of the
'lihespian Society. 'lihe purpose of this society,
at lfairview. was to encourage participation in
dramatics, ln order to qualify as a Thespian, a
student must earn Ill points by either acting in
a play or working backstage,
'Ito welcome and initiate the eighteen new
members, Marilee Crain. Kathy Hohn, Margaret
Robinson. Susan Smith, Bob Soos, Helen Stock-
well, Janet Story, Judy Strubbe, Ronnie Kraus.
Ronnie l.uebbert, Bob Dody, Bill Vierck, Nancy
Meeker, Mike l.aVelle, Sylvia Harrell, and
Barbara Vsfallen, a party was held, This closed
a season ol' varied dramatic production activity.
lirst Row: S. Harrell, V. Velker, B, XVallen.
Second Row: .l. Carter, N. Meeker. .l, Story, M. Crain. S, Sm
'lihird Row: D. Berg. S. Hohn, M. Robinson. H, Stockwe
lfourth Row: Mr. Mahon. B. Seos. M. laYelle. B Vierek. ll
Strubbe. B, Matthes.
Kraus, B, Dody, R. l uebbert.
An insane asylum called the "Cloisters" was the enstranged setting of the
All-School Play. "The Curious Savage," Mrs. Savage. Sally Hohn. was a
sweet but eccentric woman whose children. portrayed by Virginia Velker, Bob
Matthes, and Ron Kraus. sent her to the asylum in order to obtain control of
her wealth, The patients were liileen Martin. Gail Porter, David Berg. John
Marino, and Sue Smith. The staff was Jessie Carter and Bob Dody.
Thirl ta 'nine
"Strange Boardersf' a comedy in 3 acts, about Cordelia Tuttle and the
shady characters who invade her boarding house, was presented on March 22.
The lead, Cordelia Tuttle, was portrayed by Sally Hohn. Others in the
cast were: H. Stockwell, N. West, R. Luebbert, C. Meier, B. Dody, S. Harrell,
M. Robinson, M. LaVelle, B. Greer, V. Velker, B. Vierck, B. Matthes, B.
Nelson, and M. Crain.
Many other seniors played an important part in the production staff.
Mr. Mahon was director and N. Meeker was assistant director.
FAEULTY-STUUE T PLAY
Fast becoming a tradition here at Fairview is the Band-Boosters' Faculty-
Student play. This year's play, "Ladies of the Jury," rivaled the two previous
productions in providing the audience with excitement, suspense, and plenty
of laughter. The leading part, that of a wealthy society women, was admirably
portrayed by Miss Patricia Decher, a second grade teacher. Other teachers inf
cluded in the cast were Mr. Miller, Mr. Crain, Mr. Hohn, Mr. Kegelman, and
Miss Child. Fances Decher played the part of a hilarious puritanical spinster.
The remainder of the cast consisted of members of the band.
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As has been the custom, the Student Council sponsored the first dance
of the year, October 5. "Hell-za-Poppinu was the name given to this en-
The "Courier" changed things by entitling their dance "Sdrawlccab Ecnadf'
'liliis enabled the girls to invite the fellows. The highlights of the evening was
the appearance of the mysterious campaign character 'ASedgewick."
Hearts, hearts, and more hearts was the theme of the "Annual" staff's
"Sweatheart Dance" given on February I5. During this dance, by means of a
drawing, Bob Dody and Barbara Ditch were chosen King and Queen.
A word of thanks to Mrs. Cantwell for helping a number of students
with their ballroom dancing such as the tango. samba, and many others, These
students entertained at dances, meetings, and assemblies.
The Coronation Dance, the most important dance of the year, which in-
cludes the crowning ofthe queen. was held on May 3.
On May l0. the "Junior-Senior Prom," planned and given by the .luna
iors. was held at the Kingsway Hotel. The Juniors did an excellent job of
raising funds for this affair by sponsoring many projects, such as selling Christ-
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Jane Hollis. Sherry Scott. Jessie Carter, Darlene Back. Shirley Bramlage Bennett. Christ Seep. Joyce Hansard. Rachel
Harms. Barbara Doskal. Betty Newman. Brenda Day. Carole Coughlin, Barbara Kane. Bernadine Bauer. Barbara Axley
and Nancy Brodak.
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Amid the anxieties of graduation and the
closing of school. came the climax of Fairview's
social season, the annual May Carnival. Held
on the first Friday of May. it was a display of
the sshool work of students from kindergarten-
ers to Seniors.
furry - Iwo
ing of Fairview's new lVlay Queen and her court.
The highlight of the evening was the crown-
The Queen was chosen from the Senior class
and every Senior girl was eligible. After an
elimination by the student body. six candidates
were chosen and from this group, the Queen and
her two special maids of honor were selected.
There were eight other maids, two from each
class, from the Eighth Cirade to Junior class in-
clusive. A crown bearer and train bearer, First
Ciraders, completed the Queens Court.
The Queen's identity was unknown until
she was crowned by the Student Body Presi-
dent. To terminate the coronation, the Queen
was joined by her maids and their escorts in a
The girls, arrayed in lovely white gowns and
carrying bouquets of pink flowers, were striking
against a green and white background.
The coronation, under Miss Hirsch's direc-
tion, was another outstanding success.
The picture above is of last year's ceremony.
for, due to our deadline, we were unable to
show a picture of this year's event.
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October Z Fire House Day
3 Student Council
5 Student Council Dance
9 Parents Cpen House
l2 Magazine Assembly
l5 Senior Rings arrived
Z4 Cheerleader Tryouts
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8th Gradc Cfliccrlcadcr
Mock Election lor
Prcsidcnt of U. S,
taken for Annual
'lilianlxsgiving Holidax s
lfirst Varsity Pmaslwtlval
Vocal Music Prograni
FEHH AHY'S EALE UAH
St. Louis U. High
Girls Varsity Basketball
College Aptitude Tests
Armed Services Confer-
Dancers at P. T. A.
"B" Team Tournament
JANUAHYT Elll UAH
Christmas Holidays end
Girls' Basketball opened
Accepted by National
Girls Varsity Volley'
lrack season opened
Seniors left for
Washingtcun, D, C,
Band to District
8th and 9th Graders to
Chorus to District
Home lic. Style Show
'liennis schedule started
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Vocal Music Concert
8th Grade 'liea for
Mothers 1 lstl
8th Grade Tea for
Student Council goes
to National Meeting
Vocal Music Festival
And now. there's a song in our hearts.
We sing in the chorus some of the time:
Or in the band. we take our parts
Getting set for rhythm and rhyme.
Some like their music fast,
Some of us like it slow,
We always enjoy the songs of the past.
But, we like the modern also.
W'e were in concerts and festivals:
We took trips to other schools,
The students we met became our pals,
For friendship is one of our music rules
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First Row: B. Roche. D. Pullen. I.. Davis. S. Stone. P. Eggers. J. Cramer. S. Hohn.
Second Row: K. Snider. S. Frost. C. Frech. l.. l.iter. F. Hodge. l.. Leavitt. P. Ortyl, I.. Bierman. R. Hodge.
Third Row: S. Shy, C. Venator. D, Berg. A. Darst. J. Monick. li. Martin. J. Marino, K. Hohn. B. Kruckeberg. R.
Kraus, G. Hansard. J. Farley, B. Hinkle. J. Harding, Miss Child.
Fairview High Schools Band, under the
direction of Miss Child, did an excellent job
this year. This group with thirty-two mem-
bers, met for practice every morning from 7:30
to 8:15 and also during first hour class.
Besides the band's entertaining concerts, they
played many popular favorites at assemblies,
Mothers' Club and P. T. A. meetings. They
also took a prominent part in the school picnic
parade. Both here and in the Jennings Christ-
mas parade they showed off the five majorettes
in their new outfits. The majorettes were Sue
Smith, Sue Stone, Fay Bohringer, and Nancy
Brodak under the leadership of Jessie Carter
The band's money making projects included
a bake sale, two donut sales, a rummage sale.
and the Student-Faculty Play. The Band
Boosters, without whose help these projects
would have been impossible, had as officers,
Mrs. Foulds, Mrs. Strubbe, Mrs. Berg, and Mr.
Hohn. The money raised went toward new in-
struments. On February 15, they received the
following instruments: Bass and Alto Clarinets,
French Horn, Oboe, set of Tympani Drums,
and five concert drums in beautiful white pearl
Booster Officers Majorettes New Instruments
lirst Row: Polt. Humphries. lioucher. Stone. Horvath. Scott, l.euke. Martin. XVest. C. Schlueter. Bauer. N. Davis.
Haney. l5t-hringer. li. Axley.
Second Row: Berg. D. Vierck. Collins. Henneberry. Stivers, Sommerich. Carter. Harrell. l'ullen. O'l.eary. Chrismer. Sted
ingk, Sly. Stockwell. M. Bierbattm. Kielv. Dody.
'lil,irtl Row. XV. Vierck. H. Vvasmer, Pollard. Harding. Kraus.. Seller. Harms. XVilson. Liter, D. Davis. Greer, Hammack.
Marino. A. Slleppard, Napier.
The Chorus, under the direction of Mrs.
Martha Wtirtz, consisted of forty-nine top sing-
ers selected by tryout and competition with
other students. The group was active in conw
certs. assemblies. Mothers' Club, P. T. A., and
also in the St. l.ouis Suburban Music Festival.
where the group received favorable comment.
A selected group of Chorus members represented
lfairview in the All-County Chorus. The an-
nual caroling group caroled in the halls at
Christmas and also appeared on KWK-'l'V.
One of the highlights of the year was the
fullfday trip which the Chorus took in May.
Two busses were chartered for the day. and
the tour consisted of two concerts in Lincoln
County high schools.
Carol Schlueter was Chorus librarian and
accompanist, and attendance officer was Sylvia
Harrell: business affairs were handled by Jessie
Carter. Property managers were Bob Dody,
Hank Wasmer. Bill Vierck. and David Berg.
Uniforms were kept in good condition by robe
custodians. Bill Career and Eileen Martin.
The Chorus did a fine job on every program
it gave and members may feel proud of their
accomplishments through a year of diligent
work on difficult music.
Officers All County Chorus People Property Managers
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The Boys Glee Club made several appear!
ances this year. Their most outstanding was in
the spring concert. Under the direction of Mrs.
Martha Vv'urtz, the club met twice each week
and had eighteen members. The attendance
officer was Bob Dody and Bill Vierck was li-
lfirst Row .Xllen Sheppard. Dan Napier. Bob Harms. Ronald Kraus. David Berg. l.arry Liter. .lim Hammaclt
Back Row. Bob Dody. Dave Vierclx. Scott Pollard. Bill Vierck. Tim Kiely. Bill Greer. Dale Davis.
lfirst Row: Hamilton. Porter, Sawicki. Humphries. l.oraine. l
lirodak. Bauer. XX'esl
Second Row: Sturdivant. C. Vclkrnarin. L'tnage. Sentman. Mc
Hollis. Nl. Cates. Natelsky. Shy.
Third Row Vincent. Henncberry. Sommerich. Story. Bvinglo
lrfillitl. Stockwell. M. Paierbam. McCl1esney.
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Under the direction of Mrs. Martha Vw'urtz.
a 32 member Girls Glee Club has given excel-
'rech. Stone. Dahrowski. N. Davis. Vancil. Bohringer. N
Cirath. S. XX'antl. Scott. Boucher. C. Schlueter. B. Axlex'
n. Sliver. Oleary. N. Cates. Mason. XVulert. Crain
lent performances at concerts and assemblies.
This is an extra curricular activity and any girl
desiring to sing is eligible to belong. Helen
Stockwell was librarian and attendance officer
was Madge Bierbaum.
l ilcen Martin. Sue Stone. Ciarsl Schlueter. liernadine Bauer Madge Bierhaumr Sherry Scott, Dot Sommerich. lflaine llen-
mlwriv, Sylvia llarrellr Mrs Xxllll'll"'lll.ll1U,
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The Novette is an extracurricular group
which meets once each week. Places in the
group are held hy skilled singers who try out
the preceding spring season. Appearances have
included assemblies. evening concerts, Mothers'
Club, P. 'lf A., plays. and the District Music
liestival. The liestival appearance was particu-
larly successful this year.
liach year the Novette has outfits alike. This
years dresses were pastel cottons in a variety of
colors, with all the dresses made alike.
The Boys Octette met once a week this year.
Any boy can try out lor Octette but it is usual-
ly made up of Chorus members. since the music
requires a high degree of skill in singing with-
out piano. and Chorus members are the most
advanced singers. The group sang at the fall
concert, in assemblies. and was featured when
the Chorus was on tour,
All types of music are sung by this group,
including serious music, spirituals and songs for
lun. The group is extracurricular.
llan Napier liale llavis il im liialy. l'n'l1 Uvclv, l'Jill Yierck. Scott llollard. llank Xk'asmer, larry l itcr. Xlrs. XvllFIl-
March, march, on down the floor,
Spirits are stirred upon hearing that song:
YVe cheer and then we cheer some more
With the rest of the loyal throng.
There are many teams at Fairview High,
Girls' and boys' in the different sports.
They play and for titles they :Jie
To win for their school good reports.
Sometimes we lost and sometimes we won,
But, we always supported our teamg
And the comradeship, ana' the wholesome fun
Made games as great as they seem.
Martens Wasmer Unwin Hinkle Robertson Lee XVa
Fairview's baseball team won the North
County League Championship again this year.
with a record of 5 wins, no losses.
Pitching was ably handled by B. Unwin,
with 3 wins and no losses, and T. Kiely with
2 wins and no losses. Backing them up were
the two top hitters on the team, R. Lee and D.
Vierck, with .412 averages. F. Walsh and D.
Davis wore the tools of ignorance, to you un-
cultured people, the catcher's equipment.
The infield consisted of H. Wasmer, IB:
R. Lee, SS: J. Hinkle, 3B: S. Wilson and D.
Roberston alternating at ZB. D. Vierck, RF:
B. Wagner, CF: and R. Goslin alternating with
N. Klo-cke at LF, took care of the outfield. The
"subs" were C. Freck, B. Hodge, S. Pollard, and
B. Harms, who was also the manager.
All but two of the players on the team will
be back next year.
Coach Crain is hoping to get the team into
the State Tournament this spring and to come
through with good results.
First Row: Carl Frech, Neal Klocke, Dick Robertson, Bill Unwin, Ronnie Lee, Richard Goslin. Sid XVilson.
Second Row: Bob Hodge, Bob Wagner, Jim Hinkle, Dave Vierck, Dale Davis.
Third Row: Mr: Moore. Gene Martens, Frank Walsh, Hank Wasmer, Tim Kiely, Bob Harms, Mr. Crain.
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Ronnie l.ee. Don Sheppard. Bill Unwin. Bob Wagner. Frank Walsh, Hank Wasmer. Dave Vierck. Dick Brauch. Richard
Bunting. Dick Robertson and Mr. Moore,
The l956-57 F.H.S. basketball season ended
with a 6 and 6 league record to take third place
in North County. Considering the team's av-
erage height of 5'lO". it was a constant threat
to its opponents.
Honorary Capt. Dick Bunting, was elected
to second team North County All Stars and
selected by his teammates to receive the "Most
Valuable Player" award. Dick was the only
starter to play in all of the season's 26 games.
He led his team by scoring 297 points and had
the best average, l l.4 per game.
Ronnie Lee, a Junior. was second in total
points scored, 229: had the second best average
l0.9: and also had the second best shooting
percentage of 35670. Ronnie received hon-
orable mention for North County.
Hank Wasmer, another Senior, gave Dick a
run for the "Most Valuable Player" award: and
also received honorable mention for North
County, Hank led in two departments, having
a 49.4070 from the field fterrific shootingj, and
managing to out rebound our opponents' cen-
ters by grabbing 334 rebounds in spite of being
the league's smallest center.
Don Sheppard, another Senior, handicapped
by injuries, managed to boast the third best
shooting percentage of 32.7W.
Dave Vierck, a Sophomore newcomer and
another North County honorable mention, was
a valuable asset this year. Dave was second in
rebounding, robbing the opponents of 224 re-
bounds. A hard worker under both offensive
and defensive boards. Dave holds great promises.
Bob Wagner, a Junior forward with tre-
mendous spring and an ability to score when
others find it difficult, should also be a big
help next year.
Dick Brauch, a Sophomore guard has ref
ceived valuable experience this year on the varsi-
ty. Dick played in l6 games. With the acqui-
sition of the finesse of an upper classman, he
should prove invaluable.
Dick Robertson, a Senior guard and an
adroit ball handler, did a beautiful job of back-
ing up the high scoring Bunting and Lee.
Frank Walsh, a husky rebounder will un-
doubtedly be an asset to the next year's squad.
Frank substituted on several occasions, ably
strengthening our rebounding advantage.
Bill Unwin. another Junior, small for the
position of center, perfected a dandy left handed
fall away jump shot.
It is to note that in only two games out of
twenty-six did these boys collect more fouls
than their opponents.
Stephen Shaughnessy, Richard Cioslin, Clary Davis, Bob Harms. Jim Harding, .lim Hinkle. Scott Pollard, Dale Davis. Dan
Napier, .lim Hammack, Larry Liter, Neal Klocke, and Mr. Savage.
The "B" team, this year, worked under the
directorate of a new helmsman, Mr, Kent Sav-
age. His squad of sixteen, hardfworking under-
classmen with fine possibilities, consisted of
eight sophomores and eight freshmen. Erom
this group a "first string" of Bob Harms, Dale
Davis. Scott Pollard, Jim Hinkle, and Dan
Napier saw action in most every game of a
nineteen game schedule. High scorers were
Davis, Hinkle, and Harms with l87, I66, and
I35 points respectively. And, ever ready to
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replace that "starting five," and ably give their
best, were the remaining eleven alternatives.
The team finished with a total of eleven
losses and eight wins. But, in spite of this per-
centage, they came back to take third place in
the North County League Tournament held at
Hazelwood. This gave an above-average finale
to a season of hard fought basketball, Witla the
skills and experiences gained as "B's." we look
forward to seeing them on our future Varsity.
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
We They We They
Dec Ferguson 63 Jan. 22 Hazelwood 43
Dec Hancock '54 Jan. 25 Berkeley 34
Dec. l l Wellston 30 Feb' 8 Maryland Hts' 40
32 231313 fffjliillue 32
Def Bwkeley 34 Feb. io Riverview as
Jan Maryland Hts' 26 Feb. Zl Hazelwood 60
Jan Pattonville 39 Feb- 27 Jennings 47
Jnn Jennings V5 Eeb. Z8 Hazelwood 78
Jan Riverview 37 Mar. 2 Pattonville Z7
lirst Rovt Hager, l.icneke. V. Axley. XVeber. Dreon. Hoffmann. Bania. Spink. Utnagc. S, Vwlantl. Allen. B. Lewis. lioland
Bischoff. Vancil. Vwlinder.
Sttnnd Row. Loraine. Bmdak, Volkmann. Harrell. Shearman. Kane. Huber, Siewing. Sommerich. Marlin. P. Murpht
B Axley. Sawiclti. N. Davis.
llaird Rt wx Mrs. McCracken. Dabrowslni. l.udy. Shy. Venatcr. Mason. Nelson. Ruhmann, l.uebbert. Scott. Crain. Story
Billard Santino. Haney.
The purpose of the Pep Club is to promote good sportsmanship and to
help the cheerleaders lead the cheers at basketball games.
The Pep Club had its first meeting in the early part of October. Most of
the members from the preceding year returned but the greater majority were
newcomers. This meeting consisted mostly of organizing the club. Sylvia
Harrell was elected President and Ruth Shearman was chosen as Secretary-
Treasurer. Ruth resigned her office later in the year and was replaced by
One rule of the Pep Club is that anyone trying out for cheerleader must
be a member of the club. for cheerleaders are chosen from Pep Club members
The club participated in two pep assemblies this year. They worked out
cheers with the cheerleaders and were the backbone of the cheering section. Cn
away from home games. the Pep Club chartered busses and Fairview High
transported its cheering section to loyally support its team. The group was
sponsored by Mrs. McCracken.
lirst Row Hamilton. Vvlilhelm, Horvath. Stone. Meeks. Newhouse. D. Smith. Otten. D. Gnau. Bauer. Back. Reid. Bram
i Russell. VN'alltenhorsl. Thornton. Vslest.
Stcond Row lirazier. l-lelems, Polt. Hollis. Cates. Phillips. Smith. Sentman. McGrath, Tippetts. Hollman. Zimmer
Schmidt. Yackey, Dietrich. M. Cates. Mayhan. lnglish. V. Zimmer.
llaird Row Humphries. O'Hare. D. Bollinger. Boucher. S. Trantham. Oleary. liischer. Vvlulfert. Kunstmann. Struhlmt
Hogutt NVende. Ditch. Nobbe. Maryanne Hagemann. Vxlallen. Marsha Hagcmann. Simpson. Behrens. Natelsky,
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ernatline l'm.1uer Dotty Sommerich
Come on. yell louder, l,ouderf Uh. yo
can do better than that. Come on, really yell
now. 'lihat's right.
.lennings has the pep.
.lennings has the steam,
But lfairview lligh has everything.
Vv'e've got the down beat,
Vv'e've got the up beat.
Beat 'em, beat 'em, Beat 'em,
lieat 'em, heat 'em. Beat 'en1,
Nancy VVest Sylvia lin
Yes. you guessed it, lt's our cheerleaders
back again cheering as loud, and as hard as they
can. At every basketball game. rain or shine.
win or lose. they are always there urging our
teams on to victory. liven when the teams'
luck is down, you can still hear that never ends
ing chant Ulfight, Team, Fight."
This year's squad consisted of: two Juniors,
Bernadine Bauer, and .lackie Meeks, one Soph-
omore. Dottie Sommerich. and last but not least.
our Seniors, Sylvia Harrell. Marilyn Siewing.
and Nancy Vwlest. Sylvia worked very hard as
captain of the squad, and Sue Stone did a lin.:
job as alternate cheerleader. Mrs. McCracken
sponsored this group.
Their outfits this year were: white V neck
sweaters with blue dickies, royal blue corduroy
skirts lined with white tattieta, and white bucks
Sue Stem' Marilyn Siewing .lackie Meeks
Mike Andrews. larry Leavitt. Bob Pointer. Bch Duncan. Charles l.cntine, Charles Falackledge. .lohn XVhite. Bob Tcmayi.
Buddy Ochs, Ronnie Nlcittola and Mr. Uahlherg.
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The Eighth Grade team, under the direction
of Coach Dahlberg, played a ten game schedule
and broke even. winning five and losing five.
Duncan and Ochs tied for top scoring honors
totalling 74 points apiece. Blackledge ranked
second with 70 points to his credit.
They entered the Thunderbird Tournament
at Ferguson High School and drew Ferguson
as their first competitor. Losing a hard fought
game, they dropped into the consolation bracket
to play Ritenour and again came out with the
lesser score. Commendable sportsmanship and
will to win prevailed throughout.
HTH Gllll EHEEHLEAHEHS
This year's 8th Grade cheerleaders, who were
chosen at an 8th Grade assembly. had Carol
Bramlage as their captain. The girls, all mem-
bers of the Pep Club, wore light and dark blue
V-neck sweaters and blue felt skirts.
These cheerleaders did a nice job of cheering
at all but two of the 8th Grade basketball games.
They couldn't attend these because of lack of
transportation. They worked without a spon-
sor and practiced in the locker rooms. The
girls reported a good time and boasted of mak-
ing many new friends.
liirst Row: Donna Thornton. Sandra XVeber. Beverly lioland.
Second Row: Venita Axley, Pamela Vv'inder. Caro-l Bramlage.
lt-It to Right: D. Napier. D. Robertson, R. Fox. D. Davis, B. Greer, D. Bunting. J. Hammack. Mr. Savage.
Under the able coaching of Mr. Kent Savage,
this year's tennis team had good prospects with
four returning lettermen. Those returning let-
termen, with past experience to draw upon,
were: Dick Bunting, Bill Greer, and Dick Rob-
ertson. Seniors, and Dale Davis, a Sophomore.
This year, Mr. Savage had the largest turnout
he has ever had at the beginning of the season.
with a total of twenty-two. Because of this
large number, he had to eliminate to eleven men.
Dick Bunting, Bill Greer, Dale Davis, Dick Rob-
ertson, Richard Fox, Dan Napier, Gary Davis.
.lim Hammack, and Jerry Zeller were kept on his
This was the first year Fairview was asked
to come into the Suburban League. Our season
started April l6, with Webster Ciroves visiting
Fairview. Other than several nonleague matches
with Ferguson and Lutheran, the schedule from
then on was:
April I8 St. Charles there
April 23 Kirkwood here
April 25 Ladue there
April 30 Normandy here
May Z U. City there
May 7 Clayton here
Since competitive matches had not been
played in time to make the deadline of this book.
there is only to report that prospects looked out-
standingly good and hopes for a good season are
i L-iaavnlnxnxgm-r spam ,a1 1x1
Front Row: Zweifel, Roth, E. Hodge, Harms, B. Vierck, D. Vierck, Sellers, Wagner, Hoette, Volkman, Lee. Sheppard,
Tau, Robinson, Ruhmann, Brauch, Kunstmann, Klocke, Mundy.
Second Row: Dressel, Noell, Havener, Goslin. Hagemann, Jarvis, Davis. Pulley, Stokes. Wasmer, Soos. Nelson. Holland.
Dickinson, Russo, Pfeiffer. L. Gann.
Back Row: Stevenson, Casey, Pitzer, Dickhans, B. Hodge, Harding. Ci. Gann. Ploiudre, Criswell. Ross, Hynes, Wilhelm,
With a large turn out of sixty-six aspirants
ranging from freshmen to seniors the outlook
for Mr. Crain's track team was very good. After
a training season of unfavorable weather and
eliminating the group to fifty-six, the schedule
opened with a tri-meet between Riverview,
Wellston and Fairview on April 2.
The cindermen assignments lined up as fol-
Harms and Wagner: high hurdlers.
Volkmann, R, Tau, and Walsh: l00 yd. dash.
Mundy and Turner: milers.
Kunstmann, Ci. Hodge, and Martens: 440 yd,
Lee, D. Vierck, and Harms: low hurdles.
Walsh, G. Hodge, and Volkmann: 220 yd.
Robertson, R. Hodge, Zweifel, Dickhans, and
G. Gann: 880 yd. run.
Lee, Volkmann, Fox, Kunstmann, and Walsh:
In the field events:
Stokes, H, Wasmer, Roth, Hoette, Nelson, B.
Vierck, and Pfeiffer: shot putters.
Brauch, Stokes, H. Wasmer, D. Davis, Unwin.
and B. Vierck: discus.
Pulley, Sellers, J. Wasmer, and Russo: pole
Klocke, Lee, Ruhmann, and R. Tau: broad
Wagner, Soos, D. Vierck, and Sheppard: high
This year for the first time, freshmen have
competed against freshmen in a selected group
of events: 100 yd dash, 180 yd. low hurdles.
440 yd. dash, shot put, and broad jump. Fair-
view had l9 promising freshmen competing
under this schedule and made a nice showing.
The season schedule lined up as follows:
Apr. 2 Riverview-Wellston Here
Apr. 9 Jennings-Pattonville Here
Apr. l2 Ferguson Here
Apr. 17 Pattonville Here
Apr. 23 County Prelims Jennings
Apr. 25 County Finals Jennings
Apr. 30 Dist. Prelims Principia
May 3 Dist. Finals Principia
May ll Dist. Outdoor Columbia
l'irsl Row: Sii-wing, Roche, Bania. Shy.
Setoncl Row. Ciann. Shearman. lnglish. Bauer, Venator, l.udy, Brodak. N. Cates.
Third Row: Kane. Back. Phillips. Piel, Meeks. Sehwing. Henze, Smith. XVisa. Sleek, Volkmann, Hager.
lfourth Row. Mt'Roy, Stockwell. Crain, Bierhaum. Ortyl, Smothernian. Carter, M, Cates. Nolwlve. Allen. Stone, Martens.
Billard. Chrismer. Stedingk.
The lfairview Girls Class Basketball teams
had a good season this year, winning l0 games
and losing 6.
The Seniors played only three games. They
won the Riverview game 32 to l9, and also
won from Hazelwood 27 to l6. But alas, on
Class Day, Jennings trounced them 35 to 7Y
Dances the night before and 8 a.m. games will
The Juniors played five games. They lost
Berkeley, 3 to l2: and
to Riverview, I0 to 30:
. They won 29 to 2l
on Class Day won a
return match with Hazelwood 26 to 23.
Hazelwood, 3l to 38
against Ritenour, and
The Sophomores won their games with
l'irsl Row, Almaleta Allen. Barhara Kane. Darlene Back.
Riverview, Ritenour, Berkeley. and Hazel-
wood, 28 to l8, I5 to l4, 26 to 2l, and 22
to 20 respectively. On Class Day. they were
defeated hy Normandy 29 to 20.
The Freshmen like the Seniors played only
three games. They won their Riverview game
33 to l7 and their Hazelwood game 36 to 35,
but lost to Normandy I5 to 30 on Class Day.
This year's Varsity lost 4 games and tied
one. Even with this record, they played a seaf
son where excitement ran high in every game
and the players never lost their will to win.
Scores for their games are as follows: They lost
to Riverview 39 to 53: Hazelwood 2l to 42,
Ferguson 33 to 44: Ritenour 28 to 30: and a
heartbreaking 33 to 33 tie with Berkeley.
Stockwell. Marilee Crain, Ruth Sherman. Barbara Ciann.
Phyllis c2FlYl. l.inda Phillips, Marilyn Siewing. Barhara Roche, Pal Xklisa.
liirst Row: Siewing. lnglish. Bania. Stedingk.
Second Row: Vkfcst, Gann. Jones. Roche. Bauer. Marlin. Allen. Utnage. N. Cates.
Third Row: Kane. Back. Phillips. Piel. Cleary. Otten, Henze. M. Cates. Stone. Stcck. Hagcmann. Shy.
lfourth Row: M. Murphy. McRoy. Stcckwell. Crain. M. Bierhaum. Ortyl. Carter, Smcitherman, Boucher. Pulaski. Som
merich, Vancil. Martens, Billard. Cltrismer. Hejna,
First Row: B. Kane.
Second Row: B. Ciann. J. Marlin.
Third Row: H. Stockwell. M. Bicrhaum, C. Smotherman.
Back Row: M. Crain. M. McRoy. M. Siewing. G. Jones.
Again the girls can proudly say that Volleyf
ball has proved to be their game. Year after
year, Fairviews Volleyball victories continue.
Seniors played three games, won the game
with Riverview, 24 to 5: won the game with
Normandy 3I to l0: and lost to Hazelwood
25 to 20.
The Juniors won two of their three games.
They won from Normandy I5 to I4: from
Riverview I7 to I6: and Hazelwood claimed
the loss I3 to 22.
The Scphomores tied the Juniors record win-
ning of two of their three games also. They won
from Hazelwood 23 to 20: from Riverview 38
to I7: and lost to Normandy I4 to 24.
Freshmen were victorious in winning all three
of their games. They won from Hazelwood 26
to ll: Normandy Jr. High 35 to 4: and River-
view 26 to I6.
This year's Volleyball Varsity, consisted of
a combination of eight seniors, two juniors, and
two sophomores. M. Crain, M. Siewing, G.
Jones, and B. Kane, had seen service on previous
Fairview varsities. The varsity had a good rec-
ord of 4 wins and 2 losses. They won from Pat-
tonville 28 to 22: Hazelwood 4I to 8: and lost
to Normandy, while the Seniors were in Wash-
ington, D. C.. 34 to 31: and also lost a very
good game with Ritenour 20 to 22.
Softball is enjoyed by a large number of
girls at Fairview, although its interscholastic
schedule is much more limited than Volleyball
Try outs are held in the fall. Competition is
keen and each girl must work hard to earn her
position on a class team, The underclassmen.
eager to participate in school activities, come out
in large numbers.
After a series of try outs and preliminary
games between the four classes, teams are se-
lected. The lireshmen came up with the un-
expected and won their game from the Sopho-
mores I3 to IZ. The Seniors won over the
.luniors 7 to 5. ln the play-off game that fol-
lowed between the Seniors and the Freshmen.
the Seniors were pressed hard and had to over-
come two lireshmen leads to win IZ to 8.
The softball schedule is curtailed by many
conflicting activities. social events, the ending
of the school term and various other factors.
This schedule was not completed in time to be
included in this publication, but the games will
be played with the usual vigor and enthusiasm.
l'irst Row: Jones, Smotherman. Sommerich. Chrismer.
Second Row: li. Martin. ll. Billard.
liirst Row: ll. Roche,
hircl Row: C. Smotherman. P. NVisa. D. Sommerich,
lourth Row: S. Stone. M, Cates. C. Jones. Fm. Gann. D, Bat
Stcontl Row: Ciann. Shearman, lVlcRoy, lnglish. Drury. Martin. Marlin. Allen. XVillis. Shy.
'lhirtl liowg M, Murphy. Back. Siewing. Wallen. Bauer. H. Gerdes. Otten. Oleary. Pr. Axley. llcnve. XVisa. M. Cates.
N. Cates. Brodak. Martens, Stedingk.
liourlh Row: Wi'st. Stockwell, Phillips. Peacock. Kane. Carter. Meeks. Ortvl. Roche. Stone. ll. Murphy. Boucher. Pmania.
Natelsky, Dumey. llelna, Billard.
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THE NCRTH SIDE BANK
6605 W. Florissant Ave.
Jennings 20, Mo.
EV. 2-2882 Union Service C 1, t
DAVIS BROS. HAULING amp 'men S
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Fill dirt - Tolgaloil - Cfilsliued rgck lor driveways St0ll'S COnfQCt1OnCfY
5543 Hamilton Ave., Jennings 20, Mo.
ED BELLM PLUMBING CG.
Plumbing, Heating '25 Sewering
New Work, Remodeling '25 Repair Work
EV. 3-1436 5826 Helen Ave.
Comp!!-ments Compliments of
of 3 Dr. N. Goodman
FRIEND Dr. J. Estes
JENNINGS FLQRAL 31401: BILLS' SERVICE STATION
5758 Helen Ave' Your Friendly Mobilgas Dealer
Jennings Road at McLaren
QUALITY FUEL BUILDING MATERIAL
READY MIX CONCRETE
EVergreen 3-2580 5836 HELEN AVE.
THE RECORD MART Complfmenfs of
6919A Florissant Evergreen 1-6226 RUSSELL E, S1-IEARMAN
Popular Records and Classical Councilman 3rd Ward
HI-FI RECORD PLAYERS AND RADIOS , ,
Gifts - Hallmark Greeting Cards Clty of Jennings
Csonqplirnents COMPLIMENTS OF
- of - RAY'S BARBER SHOP
THETA GAMMA RHO 4 CHAIRS
Compliments and Good Wishes
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YOUR FRIENDS IN .IENNINGS
JENNINGS REALTY JEWEL MART, INC.
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I5 LOAN CO' wfIZ'ifcfai'Siw1T'?'iSci iifgfffs
McLaran Ave. Evergreen
REAL ESTATE-GENERAL INSURANCE Jennings
PHIL DEUSER TOM KIEFER At West Florissant
Compliments Merchants Loan Co.
of Edward J. Reidel
R. L. Parrott, 8307 Jennings Rd.. at W. Florissant
Jennings Printing and Publishing Co.
8641 Jennings Road
EVergreen 1-6 619
5841 Hamilton Ave.
. Vincent Price
Harry L. Hilleary
Jennings Barber Shop
6811 W. Florissant Ave.
Prop. Ronald Skaggs
Crew Cuts 'Ed' Flat Tops
Wayne s Shell Service
Complete Brake Work-Tune Up
Cars Polished-Shell Lustur Seal
High Trade on Tires and Batteries
EV. 3-9056 5515 Jennings Road
NORTH ST. LOUIS TYPEWRITER
School 8 Church Supply
Distributors - American Desk Mfg. Co.
6255 Natural Bridge Pine Lawn 20, Mo. EV. l-4684
Folding Chairs 8 Tables
Compliments of Compliments
St. Ferdlnand Township
Democratic Club ATLA S
H. CI-Ieinej Burke Loretta Ayres
Commitreeman Committeewoman EV. 1-1020 5748 Helen Ave'
Slenderella International Salons
The World's Leading Slenderizing System
"Your Figure Can Be Made
The Size It Ought To Be"
FREE TRIAL VISIT
70 Northland Shopping Center
JENNINGS 21, MISSOURI
6800 W. Florissant Ave.
A complete line of school supplies at all times
"Always a Pleasure to Serve You"
John J. Dowling
B 'ld f ' Ph i PA k ' 7-2510
TiJ'3,,3fE,ZW, Acme Roofing Company ' WW
Asphalt I t lk lk
Cogheggon 6149 Olive Street Road Founded bv
S LEON PRIWER
mlgggofs ST. Louis 5, Mo.
EV. 3-9767 Jennings 21, Mo.
Bill 3 Len's Service Station CONREUX S MARKET
Corner Jennings Rd. 'Z5 Switzer Ave. 7036 Emma Ave.
GOODYEAR PRODUCTS Evergreen 3,8871
Len F. Frey
Blue Jay Booster f
Dr, Dguglas Thgmas BRADFORD JEWELERS
Northland Shopping Center
Nun Smmua 5-Xngelae
Free Pick-up and Delivery
Laundry Service - Shirts - Curtains H
8752 Jennings Road at Hord Ave. l932- 1957
MELVIN TUEPKER our 25th year
1956 - 57 OFFICERS
Mrs. Myrtle I-loth . Vice-President
Mrs. Charlotte Matthes .President
Mrs. Mary Hoff Secretary
Mrs. Florence Eikermann Treasurer
The Second Friday of Each Month in the Assembly Room
of the Fairview Grade School Building
l:l5 P. M.
1956 - 57 OFFICERS
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Miss Rosalie Scheppers ., ,..,.,....,. Secretary
Martin Peacock ., ,. . . Treasurer
The Third Monday of Each Month in the High School Gym
7 1 30 P. M.
Andy Ciolek Milton W. Bierbaum
Charles Durham Miss Pearl Parker
Eric M. Hohn Mrs. J. Brodak
Mrs. H. McCracken Mrs. W. Surphlis
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