Fairfield Township High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Hamilton, OH)

 - Class of 1953

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" . . :g.:L:S-5,.f:I'gy-i:.'f'E:f-z.'--:-A .- " f X X J DEDICATION To fhe ciiizens of Fairfield Township, whose far-sigh+ed generosity has provided our new and modern high school, we dedicafe fhe CHIEFTAIN of I953. ...S H lUllEAlRxlllE .W A L v .gf 'IMLD4 181' QQV 4 Deane do you remember the classrooms which were so dear l to US 0 The cafeteria corndors and your fa Q The labs the library and the study hall were helpful in many ways 14? 7 B , . 1 'Q ,' ' Q 7 B ' ' , I . . 5 Q x I school bus.. I on f T j S K X ,fl .,il fit. WW Test your memory, my dearie. Do I you recall the creativeness of some of our friends, Golly! To return to these scenes again, Dearie, life was cheerie in the good old days gone by, Do you remember? If you re- member, then you're much older than I. l l A , , DI I eg Remember how we burned our fingers in making fudge or sewed our seams crooked? Yet we learned io do by doing. In home economics we were faughf how to sew, to cook, and fo carry out homemak- ing activities. -2.1, 'fix NN. 'W ,,...7--1 ,.,.-fn ........L.--- 1 5 i 2 3 X X if 2 i ii . ln Practical , . . . In industrial arts we had to be watched lest we cut our own fingers. However, the varied skills which we developed will open to us a variety of vocational oppor- tunities, and thus help us find a place for ourselves in the competitive world of skilled workmen. al"""-l . , ,,mN,,,,,,.n4'4""l,'w yr-1 "Y""" 07.- li 'S' 1 b 'il 6- -4. Fair Play In Competitiv Q ,, , 17,1655 W 1 xfaf A xg -wi 3, ' ft' " 4 . 0 Q, x'h Q A 4, I , 4 kg' ,,..K "'s 4 " L4 i And Then the Homecoming! It was Fairfield's firsi official one, and our planning made it a success. To Those who follovv us We have passed on not only The Homecoming, bur also our Tradi- tions of pep rallies, cold foolball nighfs, and cheers from voices grown hoarse from yelling. These Too, are part of The school memories, for- ever dear To us. Qi. Y f in-un -M-M-Q...,,,,,M Y' N Q' ig ,my I3 if 'I' '? ' sw-,v,..l' All fr ,5 735 - Q. 5 6 fe . 1 Q T' A, ,P B! m'r,,,,.,-.-0-' in f m B ' , a ,gglff A M1 " e 1 ,V ---an Who can forget our teachers and our classes? How we were Taught to work 'foward ideals, To carry Thern through, and not To give up. ln class we learned To exchange ideas in a friendly manner and to look at things objectively . . . all part of The ar? of living Togelher. ,Z Q 'ws rf-.ff L. f M. Jn. QEEQQL' udidng Q g,.,....,.- 3-4- And Develop Our Understanding S.: -Q-me X ,Xee ,Yeh is.: Our learning first of all was a matter of the three R's. As high school stu- dents we put forth an honest effort to take interest in science, to be at ease when speaking before others, to understand mathematics, or to spend our leisure time reading the world's best literature. WY N +-.N Q., 'Vi '54 4 'Q H:Qg,.5." I' xv fs' + K X S . 1 New J, a I - ff' '-saw, an One of the most important things we learned in school was hovv to get along with others. Not only did we learn this in the classrooms and corridors, but also in the cafeteria and on the school buses. We tried to strive for courtesy and safety in order to have a healthy and happy student body. nl' M--. s A of 1 5. ss- .kan .m N 415 AS Well AS Our Own Selves ' ,W . N ll ll! l V ., 7 32. X. :hi Thus Through all our varied school experiences each of us developed his own character traits which made us different from our fellow students. Each of us is an individual. We each have our own beliefs, aptitudes, and ambitions. Now rnay we be able to express our knowledge and skill so as to benefit society, as well as our own selves. ,JW .r lf' f 9 I , , F 4 L" ? 2, ,40- if 7 Fw' K 1 ,V ,,.. KDEMME 'i .3 4 -ui ! fy! 7 f 'p T' 7 ...4 Dearie, do you remember the excellent guidance, we received with the advice we sought from our faculty? The administrators with their supervision provided a better school. Test your memory, my dearie. Do you recall how they would lend a helping hand, to aid in making our project plans. Dearie, life was cheerie in the good old days gone by. Do you remember? If you remember, then you're much older than I. ,"'Na5ihw ig. MR. H. M. POTTS Superintendent BOARD of EDUCATION ADMI I Left to right: Mrs. Martha Rahfuse, Presidentg Mr. John McCormick, Vice President, Mr. Wm. A. Schul, Clerk, Mr. Ralph Hasler, and Mr. Walter Follmer. STRATORS MR. ROBERT W. CROPENBAKER High Scho ol Principal YL F353 - ' 533 1? . XX- .gi K lg, MR. MARC JEWELL Elementary School Principal PRIMARY GRADE T EACH ERS First row MISS JOY BENZING Grade I MRS. EILEEN DENNING Grade I MRS. MARJORIE DENT Grade I MRS. LORENE GOOS Grade I Second row MISS KATHERINE KUERTZ Grade I MRS. MARJORIE NEWTON Grade I MRS, MARTHA WALDSMITH Grade I MISS JANE BUELL Grade 2 Third row MRS. HELEN HAGARTY Grade 2 MRS. MARGARET JORDAN Grade 2 MRS. MARTHA KRAUS Grade 2 MRS. ISABELLE RILEY Grade 2 Fourth row MISS DONNA VOGEL Grade 3 MRS. RENETTE DECKER Grade 3 MRS. CLARA HOLBROCK Grade 3 MRS. IRIS JONES Grade 3 Fifth row MRS. HELEN ROSENFELDER Grade 3 MRS, ELLEN STANLEY Grade 3 MRS. EDITH VANCE Grade 3 MRS. HAZEL BITTER Grade 3 First row MRS. NORA FREY Grade 4 MRS. ELSIE MaCQUISTON Grade 4 MISS WANDA POYNTER Grade 4 MRS. FRANCES RYAN Grade A Second row MISS MARGARET CRANE Grade 5 MRS. BILLIE SUE ESTES Grade 5 MISS PAT HUNT Grade 5 MRS. MARGE CONRAD Grade 5 Third row MRS. ADALINE WOOD Grade 5 MISS EDNA ANDERSON Grade 6 MRS. SARA EYLER Grade 6 MRS. FLORENCE HENNEBERGER Grade 6 Fourth row I MRS. MARTHA KRUSYEWSKI MRS. MARYALYS HILL Grade 6 MR. ALBERT SUTPHEN Elementary Instrumental Music MRS. DOROTI-If ALCORN Gym, Home Ec. 7 Fifth row MR. HARRY HANN Gym, Ind. Arts 7 MRS. DORIS ROMMEL Mathematics 7 MR. KENNETH PERKINS Science 7 and 8 MRS. LORRAINE THOMPSON English 7 if luis . -1 .vs I V -1 3 'X fs R . NL . fdh Tm' QQ? . . SM .Q '13 F i S l ELEMENTARY GRADE -TEACHER HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY , -G! First row MR. HARRY ALLEN-Typing, Short- hand, and Bookkeeping. MR. CHRISTY ARNOLD-Physical Edu- cation, Driver's Education, and Football Coach. MISS ANN BISHOP-Physical Educa- tion. MR. WARREN BONNER-History. Second row MISS CATHERINE CLARKE-V o c al Music. MR. DOUGLAS JOHNSON-Voca- tional Agriculture. MR. EARL KINKER-High S c h o ol Band, Orchestra, and Elementary Vocal Music. MR. S. R. LAMB-Mathematics. Third row MR. BERNARD LePORlS-High School and Elementary Art. MISS JEANNE LUDDY-English. MR. GALEN M c C O L L U M-High School Industrial Art, Basketball and Baseball Coach. MISS ELIZABETH PASSMORE-English and Geography. Fourth row MRS. MARY PATRICK-English, Jour- nalism and Public Speaking. MR. CUSTER REYNOLDS-American History and Government. MISS DOROTHY ROBERTS-Mathe- matics and Science. MlSS.JANE ROUSH-Vocational Home Economics. Fifth row MR. FRED STROEHLEIN-Physics and Math. MRS. ANGELINE TRICKEL-English 7. MR. WM. VOGELGESANG-Biology and Science. MISS LEONA WESTLAND-Latin and English. - X N. ,.. Caught chatting at lunch time were Mrs. Mary White, Mr. Charles Bessie, Miss Dorothy Roberts, and Miss Jane Roush. MRS. MARY WHITE Secretary to Mr. H. M. Potts MRS. EARL KINKER Secretary to Mr. Jewell and Mr. Crooenbaker ,7 3 1 s lk A 65111 9 ... , 3 ,:.":-F wi ,ff I .Q fs Deane do you remember when we began our senior year? It started with laughs and even with cheers To think that we were finally seniors aft .J ff 9 X" f ' I , e .1 ' p t , er all those years Test your memory, my dearie. Do you re- call the books which we had to carry about, Studying from English to Beethoven and Strauss. ua..-1,L-.l Dearie, life was cheerie in the good old days gone by, Do you remember? If you remember, then you're much older than I. ,Q llllll' SENICDRS Af left are the senior class offi- cers: JACKIE QUICK, Secretary, BUC LOGSDON, President, BERT HARBIN, Vice President, FAYE MILLER, Treasurer. EDWARD ABNEY-"FdrI-M-f4 " bm.: Lu: AGEE-Service bquad 1, 2: uf-u-I I,,2, 3 EULA MAE ASHCRAFT-Service Squad I, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff Af Torch Staff 45 Library 4: Sr-ninr Scholarshio. ROLAND ASHER, Jr.-Football I, 4, Basketban I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Track 2, 3. LAVERNE BAKER-Y-Teens 3, 135 GAA 3. ' 5' .. f 1 '11 it Ni LONIE BARGER-GAA 'l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, FTA 3. GARY BEISERfFootball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Junior Play 3, Class Vice President 2, 3, Student Council 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Co-Captain Basket ball 3, Hi-Y 3. BETTY BOLSER'GAA 1, 2, 3, FHA l, 2. NEWLIN BREWER - Proiectionist l, 2, Stage Crew 3. CHARLES BROWN-"Charlie," Pictured at the right are the Senior Advisors, MR. CUSTER REYNOLDS and MR. GALEN MCCOLLUM. 11 1 i'b' h A 1 1 5 " . 3- Mi! ,fx , ij' 'lf lx ,ll 'f 1551" Sgffglffl " Qlffiif Pfffffffg-.Ziff 'vi ' I 5555? S -if -L., -ig, -Qsk iii 44' ,va ':: ., "' V ' :?:-5!--.rx "v::?N 'A ff' , . W., 1 f ' , ,-,.. 3 1 ' sr , la r 1' Q KWH " .- ' Q , X l 955:55 -lx- Nr??::r::-?Q 9 n MARLENE CASTATOR-Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, English Medal 3, Latin Medal 2, Operetta I, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Sen- ior Scholarship Test, Editor Annual 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 4, Junior Play 3, Service Squad I, 2, 3, GAA I, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Scholare ship Team I, 2, 3, DAR Test 4, Senior Play, Maiorette I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, Ensemble I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, Minstrel I, 2, 3. WILLIAM CLARK-Glee Club, Mixed Cho- rus I, 2, 3, 4, Torch Staff 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Double Quartet 3, 4. GRACE CONRAD-Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, FHA I, 2, 4, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus 2, 8, 4, Spring Concert 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, Perfect Attend- ance 3, Scholarship Team 2, Treasurer 2. E VALINE CAMPBELL-Band 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra I, 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, FTA I, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Secretary 3, GAA 2, 3, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 2, 3, Sax Quartet 2, 3, Latin Club I, Service Squad 2, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Assistant Editor Annual 4, Class Secretary Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Student Co cil 3, Senior Scholarship Test 4. 3: uni- CHARLOTTE CARPENTER-GAA I, 2, 3, 4 I President 4, FHA I, 2, Glee Club - Mixed Chorus 4, Head Librarian 3, 4, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Test 4. ff 5 , is ff" CAROL CRAFT-Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Torch Staff 4, Service Squad l, 2, Librarian 2, 4-H l, 2, May Day l, 3, Spring Concert 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, A, En- semble 2, 3, 4, Clinic Room I, Senior Play. PHYLLIS CRAWFORD-Service Squad l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Play Coma mittee 3, Torch Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, May Day 3. , , . ,,t,,,,V,, , H ,,,,,,,,?wWw A he ,l ll i l l Z 5 l Q L, 7, 14' fi 'l BOB CURRAN-Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, FFA 3, Baseball 1, Junior Play, Volleyball 2, 3, Annual Staff 4. EVELYN ESTES-FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Vice President 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Service Squad I, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, May Day 3, Senior Scholarship Test. SHIRLEY EVANS-4-H lg Glee Club, Mixed Chorus 1, Y-Teens 3, GAA 4, FHA l, Librarian I. , ,WY A -'Q X WlLLlAM FARINET-Football 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Basketball 2, Chairman of Candy Sales 4, Explorer Scouts 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Test. HARVEY FARTHING-Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, A Hi-Y l, 3, Track T, 2, Junior Play, Vol leyball 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, Proiec tion Club l. DOLORES GABBARD-Y'Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, A, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Staff 4, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, 4 1 Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 2, May Day 3, Service Squad l, Librarian 1, Oper- etta I, Scholarship Test 2, Senior Play, HAROLD GRIFFIN-"Harry." BERT HARBIN-Senior Class Vice President A, Hi-Y 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Senior Scholarship Test A, Student Council 4, Vice President of Student Council 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4, Junior Play, Glee Club 2, 3, Foot- ball 2, Volleyball 2, 4. .T-ff S 'ir' Luv! L fY1 v SUE CAROL HENDRIX-FHA l, FTA 3, 1, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus T, 2, 3, 4, Torch 3, A, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship. ROSEMARY HOELLE-A-H T, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, FHA T, 3, Secretary 4, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Y'Teens 2, 3, 4, Torch 3, Editor 4, Scholarship Team 2, DAR Test 4, Senior Scholar- ship Test A, Spring Concert 3, 4. BARBARA HOWARD-Y-Teens 3, GAA 4, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus I, Torch T, Librarian T, FHA T. MAGDALENE HURST-Y-Teens 2, 3, 47 GAA 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Service Squad T, 2, Torch 4, Minstrel 2, 3, Spring Concert 2, 3, Librarian 2. KENNETH JESSE-"Jess"-Football 4. "0-vlhnn:::!'i ' 355. 'G JANET KEHR-GAA l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, FHA l, 2, FTA l, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Saxophone Quartet 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus l. DON KOOPMAN-Football 3, 4, Scholar- ship Team 2, 3, Track 2, County Re- corder 4, Torch 2, Proiection Club 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Senior Scholarship. BUD LOGSDON-Senior Scholarship, Class Vice President 1, Class President 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, President Student Council 4, Basketball 2, 3, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain, Hi-Y I, 3, An- nual 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Latin Club l. CHARLES LOGSDON - F o o t b all 3, 4, Track 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus l, 2, Voice of Dem. Contest- 2nd Rating, Torch l, 2, 3, Annual 4, Reserve Basketball 2, 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Latin Club, Explorer Scouts 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, Minstrel 2, 3, County Elections 4. ROSE MARCUM-GAA l, 2, 3, 4, GAA Vice President 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 2, 3, Basketball Team 3, FHA l, 2, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Socker Manager 4, Girls Club l, 2, FTA 2, 3, Librarian 2, Service Squad 1, 2, Junior Play Prompter. mess N .wi W ,s E, .sw ,a,,,5W,,:?,,X, ,5.r,,,., ,,..,,,',, ,An , s CARL McCORMlCK-Football 2, 4, Base- CAROLYN MERKEL-Band 1, 2, 3, Glee ball 3, Baseball Manager l, 2, Basket- ball Manager l, 2, 3, Junior Play Prop- erty Manager, FFA 3, 4. lMA JEAN MlLLERfFHA l, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Shorthand Medal 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Minstrel 2, 3, Spring Concert 2, 3, Club 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 4, Annual Staff 4, FTA 4, FTA Vice President 4, Girls' Club l, 2, Minstrel 3, Latin Club l, Y-Teens 2, 3, GAA l, 2, 3, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4. BILL MIICHAEL--Annual Staff 4, Hi-Y l, 3 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Class Treas urer 3, Student Council 3, Band l, 2 Track l, 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Honor Society Vice President 3, Volley ball 2, 3, Proiectionists l, Senior Schol arship. .uma FAYE MllLERfSenior Class Treasurer 4, FTA President 4, Vice President of Bul- ter County FTA 4, SecretaryATreasurer GAA 3, Treasurer Yleens 3, Secretary Yfleens 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Mixed Ensemble 3, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Staff 3, 4, Business Manager of the Torch 4, GAA 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, May Day 3, Librarian l, Operetta I, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Qiel Wair Campbell, have a friendly chat at Ciel's locker. BILL MUSKOPF-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Hi-Y 3. GRACE NUEROHR-FHA 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, Torch 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Clinic 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, May Day 3, Service Squad I, 2, 3, Latin Club l, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, Home Economics Medal 2, President FHA 3, 4, Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, Minstrel 2, 3, Make Up Com mittee 2, Operetta l. EUGENE NUNN-Track 3, Football 3. PHILLIP OHLINGER-Football 'l, 3, 4, Pro- iection Club I, 3, Hi-Y l, 3, Basket- ball 3. HERSCHEL POWELL-Torch 2, Proiection Club 2, 3, Football 4. and Evaline two seniors, RAY PROCTOR-Football l, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball T, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football Co-Captain 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Vol- leyball 3, 4. DON PROESCHEL-Band l, 2, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Football 3, 4, Annual 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Hi-Y l, 3, Proiection Club l, 2, 3, Scholarship Team l, 3, Senior Scholar- ship 4. JACQlJlLlN QUlCKfGlee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble T, 2, 3, GAA T, 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen President 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Service Squad 2, Scholarship Team l, 2, Typing Medal I, Algebra Medal I, Biology Medal 2, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer l, Class Secretary 2, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Senior Scholarship Test, Operetta T, Minstrel 2, 3, 4, An- nual Business Manager 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, DAR Test 4. DARRELL ROBINSON-Basketball Manager RALPH ROBINSON-Ba 4. RUTH SCHAUB-Annual 4, FTA 2, 3, A, BOB SHEP FHA Parliamentarian 4, GAA l, 2, 3, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Service Squad l, 2, 4-H l, 2, Latin Club l, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Co-Editor, Typist, Torch l, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, 4, Op- eretta l, Junior Play, Senior Play, Scholarship Tests I, 2, 3, Senior Schol- arship Test. Football l, Proiection Club T, 2. HERD-Proiectionist T, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Mixed Cho- rus l, 2, Junior Play, Football Manager 3, Football 4, Basketball Manager 3, Student Council T, Minstrel 2, Operetta 2, Senior Play, Senior Scholarship Test 4, Annual 4. sketball Manager T, - CAROL ROCKWELL-FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA FR T, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Junior Play, Minstrel 2, 3, May Day l, 2, Latin Club l, 2, Treasurer l, President 2, Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Annual 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Or- chestra l, 2, 3, Ensemble 2, DAR Test 4, Girls' Club l, 2, Scholarship Team l, 2, 3, Girls' Basketball Team 3, Senior Scholarship Test, Homecoming Attend- ant 4. ANCES VAN NATTA-FHA l, 2, FTA 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, GAA l, 2, 3, Cheer- leader 2, Freshman Class Queen T, Homecoming Queen A, Torch 4, Clinic 3, Girls' Basketball Team 3, Minstrel Make-up 3, May Day l. 4 at 9'-ual, CIEL WAIR--GAA 2, 3, 4, Swimming Manager 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Program Chairman 3, Mixed Chorus l, 2, Glee Club l, 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, Junior Play, Cheerleader 3, 4, Annual 4, Torch 4, Band I, 2, Orchestra l, 2, Girls' Basket- ball Team 3, 4, Gym Assistant 4, Girls' Volleyball Team 3. BARBARA WISE-Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2, Torch 4, An nual 4, Junior Play 3, May Day l, 2, Y+Teen Council Representative 4, Treas- urer Latin Club 2, Scholarship Tests l, 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Test 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, DAR Test 4, Senior Play 4. N Pictured at the right are members of the Senior play committee. Seated are: Jackie Quick, Maggie K Hurst. Standing: Don Koopman and Charles Logs- don. The Seniors of T953 have had a lot of happy experiences at Fairfield during their last four years of school. L I' A I JANET GARLAND-GAA l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, May Day 3, Y-Teens Treasurer 4, Minstrel 2, 3, Torch 4, Librarian I, 2, Spring Concert 2, Glee Club 2, 3, FHA l, 2, FTA 2, 3, Service Squad T, Clinic l, Student Council l, 2, Class Treasurer 2, Girls' Club I. 2 Such activities as the Senior play, the candy sales at noon, the Homecoming Dance, and their annual class party kept the Seniors quite busy. Trips to factories such as Champion, Armco, and Fisher Body also provided versatile educational opportunities plus the enjoyment had by all. The successful year of the Seniors was climaxed by a trip to the nation's capital, Washington, D. C. The Seniors of 1953 will never forget their school days at "Dear Fairfield High." 3 Cv- N JU Junior class officers pictured ai the left are John Dixon, president, Dave Bowling, vice president, Ronnie Neiderman, treasurer, Martha Eickelberger, secretary. Every March the iuniors present the iunior play and sponsor the Junior- Senior Prom in April. Selling refreshments at the basketball game is also a proiect of the iunior class. gn., 0 'vu . , .it I ll l 1 X K I Q ' I J I Q l "" 'Q' :rd I 'F' First row: Bruce Alcorn, David Bow..ling, Dean Bowling, Betty Bowman, Clyde Brockman, Mary Ellen Campbell, Charles Chapman, Second row: Victor Creekbaum, Doris Curran, John Dixon, Nancy Dulli, Clyde Durham, Martha Eickelberger, Tom Evans. Third row: Stan Fannin, Jim Farinet, Don Gabbard, Ann Goebel, Ronnie Griffith, Robert Hornsby, Kenny Isaacs. Fourth row: Vernon Isaacs, Robina Johnson, Louise Kelly, Richard Lunsford, Rosemary Miller, Don Moberly, Not shown: Arlcee Richardson. ICDRS I The Junior Class sponsors are Mr. William Vogelgesang and Mr. Warren Bonner, pictured. First row: Jack Murphy, Charles Nash, Ronnie Neiderman, Dave Newkirk, Coretta Oaks. Second row: Carol Pottenger, Mary Virginia Pottenger, Geraldine Powell, Bob Praggy, Charles Ramsey. Third row: Arthur Reiff, Carl Richardson, Gloria Rigling, Freda Robinson, Don Roettger, Richard Schlabach, Barbara Sims. Fourth row: Janice Smith, Christine Sparks, Thelma Sroufe, Jewel Sturqifl, Maxwell Wear, Dean Welsh, Mary Wilke. Fifth row: Robin Wheeler, Frankie Wooten. W4----.-.1.,., 4 fl! ' . .--. I I .s ,fi,V., -0 i f I C Y ve SOPHO H5 . 4452, ,A .a v-' ' ':, ' . S I A 1 . . l E ' if K' A as 2. A- A 2 S , Al, N is , 1 W 17, X . Q afflf s - ,' 1 he ll' ,L A 'I 7 4 Fairfield's Sophomore class number- ed 80 persons The class held a spa Sophomore Hop had to be cancelled ghetti dinner in November. The L .5 N Q, rl, M , i a- W 1 W A ' if ' ' ' -i K - of -v Y' K Q au because of the inclement weather First row: Louis Abner, Margaret Anderson, Shirley Archer, Susan Arnold, Orvida Arvin, Bonnie Ashcraft, Avia Bell, Mary Alice Bissel. Second row: Ralph Blanton, Edward Bowling, Trent Bowman, Gail Burns, Gail Chapen. Third row: Patty Cox, Norman Crain, Carol Cramer, Joan Crawford. Fourth row: Arnold Eddie, Fred Eiclcelberger, Kay Evans, Sherry Fehrenbach, Fifth row- Walter Follmer, Wilma Foote, Phyllis Gavnboe, Laverne Grable. Sixth row: Ronald Hacker, Steve Hensley, .loan Lee Hesselbrock, Joyce Hollin, Carole Hubbard Seventh row: Helen Hudson, Melvin Kelly, Glenna Kilburn, Carolyn Koedel, Dennis Legg, f 0 4 fs 3 , 5 Q . ' Kia T' Q if . lk -. ,xx . . MCRES 1 E i E i - -if T i, 'ii 3 we 6 First row Gene McCracken John McCormick Helen McDaniel Elmer Mehl, Marilyn if T ,li F1 this 3 Menche, Bill Merz, Dan Middleton, Julia Miller., I Second row: Peggy Murphy, James Nabor, Sharon Oaks, Don Ohlinger, Mary Louise Ohlinger. Third row: Jessie Parker, Ferris Pendergrass, John Pond, Howard Pottenger, Lucille Power, Fourth row: Mary Ann Puska, Mickey Ramsey, Richard Reffitt, Pat Rutherford, Bill Schul. Fifth row: Adrian Seifert, Charles Shivley, Sylvia Sauer, Charles Soule, Rondal Sowder. Sixth row: Carl Spicer, Carlos Spicer, Marilyn Stapf, Margie Storme, Robert Sturgill. Seventh row: Troy Townsend, Joy Walther, Robert Wells, Tim Wheeler, Eddie Williams, Myron Winkler, Sylvia Wolfrom. Not shown: Bill Bishop, Eddie Brehm, Larry Brehm, Henry Stewart, Melvin Kidd. 9 l 2 ' -ef 1, an-. -s 4 Freshmen OfficersrJim Sacken- heim, Treasurer, Duane Marcum, News Reporter, Bob Bowman, Secretary, Lynn Lewis, President. Larry Koopman, Vice President, was absent when the picture was taken. FRESHME The freshmen spent their year mainly in study- ing, in participating in the regular high school activities, and, in general, finding their place in Fairfield High School life. The class was spon- sored by Mrs. Mary Patrick and Mr. Christy Arnold, pictured at the left. GRADE-9 Bottom row: Duane Marcum, Jack Chas- teen, Bob Craft, Clyde McDaniels, Lucian Ashcraft. Second row: Margie Ratliff, Inez Young, Joyce Campbell Freda Cain, Martha Lynch, Kathy Schaub, Ora Bowling, Norma Sams. Third row: Carnon Piazza, Elmer Reed, Judy Thomas, Julia Hacker, Artis Har- baum, Joyce Fouts, Ronnie Small, Eldon Howard. Top row: John Hendrix, Charles Oakes, Fred Churchill, Charles Creech, Richard Michael, Jim Shepherd. GRADE 9 Bottom row Carl Black Elmer Reed Troy Seals Kenneth Moore Daniel Maggert Second row Marlene Baird Peggy Wilson Fern Yaden Geraldine Anderson Janet Watkins, Janice Schaub Joanna Bley Third row: Margie Ratliff, Hazil Tirey, Flossie Smallwood, Barbara Evans, Joann Smith. Top row: Charles Maggert, Lonnie Hurst, James Pierson, Jack Jessee, Scotty Francis, Robert Richardson. .1 GRADE-9 Bottorn row: Lynn Lewis, Jerry Sharp, Le- roy Wolpert, Ronnie Schulz, Jimmie Sack- enheim, Ronnie Mullinex. Secord row: Carol Combes, Betzy Schul, Rita Mclntosh, Trudy Shoell, Joan Schumt- zler, Joann Evans, Fern Yaden, Thelma Campbell, Ruth McCollum. Third row: Janice Jerardi, Patricia Sorrell, Susan Condo, Rita Michael, Nancy Mead, Janet Conrad, Margorii Hornsby, Bar bara 'Vtiller Top row Bob Garland, Richard Michael, Robert Quick Jim Williams, Freddie Hum- laach Ronnie Creekbaum, Gary DeLottel. GRADE-9 Bottom row: Langly Rose, Roger Canode, Raymond Young, George Hogebach, Ron' nie Baker, Donald Clark. Second row: Eleanor Deining, Jane Schnit- ker, Johanna Bley, Whitney Russel, Betty Logsclon, Barbara Miller, Dottie Walton, Marlene Gray, Shirley Baker. Third row: Robert Eversole, Charles Mag' gard, Donna Coggin, Verena Parker, Haze Riley, Nell Mullins, Lucy Baker, Murtlene Campbell, Douglas Richardson, Gene Bippus. Top row: Ernest Murray, Russell Hunt, Effie Spoonarnore, Bob Bowman, Robert Wilson, Larry Koopman, Eli Tirey, JR. HIGH ELECTED C ASS OFFICERS SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS Seated, left to right: Marilyn Marxin, Hilda Sowder, Louis Campbell, Donald Hubbard. Standing: Judy Robinette, Stanley Caldwell, Ken- neth Bippus, Norbert Bippus, Mrs. Lorain Thomp- son, Danny Macintosh, Mr. Kenneth Perkins, George Schul, James Hubbard, James Huff. EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS Left to right: Dave Yeary, Vice President, Harry Chapman, Treasurer, Betty Hamblin, Secretary, Billy Huff, President. SERVICE SQUAD Bottom row: Margo Schoell, Lynita Nease, Judy Watson, Mable Creech, Rose Bridgford, Phyllis Robinson, Reba Tirey. Second row: lmagene Rowland, Edna Bowling, Joy Estes, Marilyn Mar- xen, Pat Flannery, Janet Pierson, Ruth Day, Wanda Allen, Patricia Staff, Carol Bradenburg, Mrs. Alcorn. Top row: Barbara Fletcher, Jane Hirschberg, Myrna Stumpf, Betty Lou Hoelle, Dixie Walker, Phyllis Still, Shirley Culveyhouse, Judith Zimmerman, Sonia Halcomb, Marinda Johnson. Room 4Ol-GRADE 8 gm RightJ Bottom row: Clarence Matlock, Roy Johnson, Charles Turner, John Walker, Clarence Corson. Second row: Mary Ohlinger, Peggy Evans, Imogean Rowland, Jean Marcum, Mable Creech, Nancy Sowers, Betty Hurst, Sonia Halcomb, Lynita Nease. Third row: Ray Williams, Virgil Sparks, Catherine Cox, Marinda Johnson, Reta Helton, Reba Tirey, Clara Kilburn, James Adams, Lloyd Shell. Top row: Patty Wilke, Shirley Gentry, Ora Tipton, Patricia Flannery, Rose Bridgelord, Phyllis Robinson, Janet Pierson. 11' 'f 1' - Room 410-GRADE 8 cm Righrj Bottom row: Roger Holden, James Farrell, Larry Strickland, Lynn Pottenger. Second row: Ruth Day, Judy Watson, Louise Perry, Barbara Garrett, Barbara Snowden, Mary Collins, Sharon Mullenix. Third row: Martin Shepard, Nancy Sch-aller, Nancy.Huber, Barbara Attaway, Barbara Engel, Sylvester Reiff. Top row: Wayne Parker, Dave Yeary, James Lancaster, Hans Kuehlthau, Bill Flynn. Room 400-GRADE 8 CA? Leftj Bottom row: Paula Kay Tidwell, Helen Puska, Patricia Agee, Evelyn Smith, Wanda Brockman. Second row: Arlene Ashcraft, Jean Howard, Mary Nell Edds, Levora Merida. Top row: Larry Philbeck, Lowell Suffridge, Gene Blevins, Walter Nease, Virgil Hobbs, Joe Robinson. Room 409-GRADE 8 CAt LehD Bottom row: Richard Mabors, Paul Coates, Danny Chasteen, Richard Cline, Tommy McComb. Second row: Barbara Southard, Frances Willoughby, Margaret Bolser, Henrietta Sullivan, Barbara Timler, Janis Hibbard, Sharon Conode, Myrna Stormo, Louise Norton, Loraine Marcum. Third row: Neal Welch, Jimmy Anglin, Ralph Whittenburg, Curtis Wright, Calvin Slater, Donald Archer, Harry Chapman, Frankie Saylor, Squire Hollinsworth. Top row: Billy Huff, Franklin Bowling, William Ramsey, Jasper Langdon, Elvin Mullins, Fred Langfritz, Lawrence Cox, Emery Nash. Not shown: Catherine Suttles. D .Wi ,,4, - Y Room IO7--GRADE 7 Bottom row: James Edds, Charles Kemp, Hugh Richardson, Eugene Lipps, Robert Wittenberg. Second row: Hilda Sowder, Martha Richardson, Linda Carpen- ter, Maxine Craft, Fay Venerable, Judy Robinette, Marcella Vaughn. Thirdirowz Ann Spicer, Nina Reed, Margie Allen, Wilbie Tirey, Shirley Culighance, Connie Maggard. Top row: Paul Williams, John Ruoff, Eddie Curran ,Edward Shelton, Charles Adams, Stanley Colwell, Mr. Kenneth Perkins. Room IO6-GRADE 7 Bottom row: Rolland Hopkins, Peter Jerardi, Danny Mclntosh, Glenn Henderson, Jim Becknell, Ralph Rodefeld. Second row: Edna Bowling, Phyllis Still, Jane Hirschberg, Myrna Stumpf, Dixie Walker, Patricia Stapf, Judy Zimmerman, Carolyn Brandenburg, Barbara Fletcher. Third row: Martha Archer, Margot Schoell, Marilyn Marxen, Wanda Reynolds, Joy Estes, Betty Lou Hoelle. Top row: Jack Quick, James Lynch, Bascom Henderson, Ken- neth Ball, Hershel Lynch, David Weisenborn, Larry Thall, George Schul. - - f-vw-uv-lui Room IO3-GRADE 7 oottom row: David Campbell, Torn Timler, Stanley Black, Lester Roark, Russell Hollandsworth, Louis Campbell, John Baldridge. Second row: Mildred Miller, Mary Brunnett, Imogene Power, Priscilla Bley, Mary Gentry, Beth Spoonamore, Shirley Inman, Shirley Shepherd, Faye Oaks. Third row: Elmer Kirby, James Ivey, Tom Arvin, Norbert Bip- pus, James Huff, James Meredith, Earl Hatton. Top row: Kenneth Garland, Ernest Cole, Nick Craft, Don Grif- fin, Douglas Yeary, James Hubbard. Room IO2-GRADE 7 Bot'om row: George Johnson, Don Hacker, Donald Bippus, our Hubbard, William Agee, John Swihart, Keith Bates. Second row. Dorothy Brockman, Jane Ashcraft, Hazel Ivey, Susan Farthing Shirley Brewer, Jackie Black, Dorothy Sazlar, Rosezella Hacker, Frank Bolser, Bobby Stigall. Third row: Kenneth Smith, Howard Brewer, Charles Agee, Tom Wagner, McKinley Henseley, Ronald Bobb, Don Miller, Merle Taggart, Paul Snodgrass, Arnold Bowling. Top row: Billy Stewart, Lewis Barnes, Earl Glenn, Carl Baker, Don Steiger, Jerry Hawthorne, Clyde Riley, Gerald Taggart, John Dsuban. Room 3ll-GRADE 6 Bottom row: Kenneth Nusky, Don Schul, Bobby Madden, Dan Warner, Doug Tipton, Joe Campbell, Second row: Joyce Miller, Sherry Stewart, Phyllis Hoehn, Gloria Hubbard, Jeanette Johnson, Janet Hurst, Shirley Fannin, Phyllis Moss. Third row: Linda Lewis, Carole Greene, Elaine Baker, Jeanne Young, Juanita Robinson, Judy Archer, Darla Hacker, Mrs. Sara Eyler. Top row: Kay Cline, Gail Burns, Helen Proeschel, Marcia Decker, Gayle Welage, Ted Davis, Bill Bowling, Harold Crain. s---u-u-- Room 31 OA-GRADE 6 Bottom row: Junior Jones, David Helton, Leroy Smith, Bobby Clark, Earl lson, Norman Smith. Second row: Barbara Brown, Patty Chalfant, Carol Anderson, Janet Walther, Barbara Smith, Margie Hubbard, Verlie Hacker. Third row: Donald Glenn, Finley Allen, Louise Lunsford, Martha Lunsford, Janet Boggs, Jack Agee, Gary Shepard, Mrsf Nora Frey. Top row: Dale Howard, Calvin Gabbard, Ernest Hubbard, Danny Anglin, Elmer Perry, Dewey Martin, Gayle Kees, Chester Tirey. 1' 'ww' Room 3 l O-GRADE 6 Bottom row: Albert Sauer, James Durham, Bobby Hymer, Philip Snodgrass, Kenneth Turman, Edward Niehaus. Second row: Alice Baker, Kathleen Wildi, Linda Schwing, Core della Still, Geraldine Bowling, Shirley Hopkins, Carolyn Marcum, Judith Rogers. Third row: Frank Compston, Jerry Winkle, Veda Bissell, Mary Farinet, Marilyn Murphy, Carolyn Wilke. Top row: Paul Crawford, Jack Hornsby, Eddie Dawson, Leonard Ashcraft, William Conda, Fred Brown, Kenneth Clark, Mrs, Florence Henneberger. Room 300-GRADE 6 Bottom row: Ebbie Gadd, Calvin Barnes, Martin Brown, Gerald Spence, Billy Bowman, Herman Richardson, Ronald Corson. Second row: Sandra Thomas, Elizabeth Hatton, Dessie Ball, Carnillia Boehner, Freda Sue Wren, Geneva Hurst, Judy Caudill, Shirley Venerable, Diane Garrett. Third row: Farrell Estes, Gordon Andrews, Jackie Goebel, Phyllis Creech, Virginia Lynch, Donna Mullin, Joan Day, Pa- tricia Perry, Jerry White, Robert Johnson. Top row: Ledford Langdon, Jerry Chamberlain, Howard Bolser, David Baker, Tippy Russell, Robert Pierson, Bill Wolpert, Miss Edna Anderson. 'wnuv 'JW' . Room lO2A-GRADE 6 Bottom row: Lester Bruns, Sherman Marcum, John Hasler, Jr., Charles Mariland, Ray Rowland, Second row: Jill lrnhoff, Carol Garrett, Marlene Baldridge, Eva Ashcraft, American Turner, Donna Durham, Joan Lunsford. Third row: James Cramer, Edwin Chasteen, Kay Kirklin, Wyn- onne Speicher, Elsa Wilnutt, Judy Day, Sterling Nunn, Hubert Saylor, Mrs. Maryalas Hill. Top row: John Bowling, Stephen Shively, Michael Boggs. Church Condo, Lee Hunt, Gene Sutherland. Room 304-GRADE 5 Bottom row: Harold Pierson, Darrel Sams, David Bruns, Steven Turner, Walter Schrimper, Leo Glaney, Hugh Cagle. Second row: Judy Curran, Yvonne Meredith, Kathleen Jen- nings, Peggy Sheperd, Monika Dienning, Nancy Weber, Bar- bara Senior, Linda Lou Lampl, Judith Abner, Opal Baker. Third row: Mary Ann Hill, Louellan Ashcratt, Doris Clark, Linda Timler, Shirley Scalf, Donna Ossage, Mary Hacker, Hazel Allen, Maxine Betz, Modina Still. Top row: Bobby Jenkins, Mitchel Wooten, Niel Garrett, Glenn Maupin, Richard Whittaker, Lewis Purdy, Elmer Fredrick, Wil- liam Nunn, Allen Bolser, Mrs. Adaline Woods. Room 305-GRADE 5 Bottom row: Harold Arvin, Roy Miller, Nathan Martin, Robert Harding, Barry Grstinean, Ferrell Burford. Second row: Laura Hollandsworth, Paulette Campbell, Vonda- lene Proctor, Carol Newman, Lilly Lynch, Phyllis Whoberry, Tory Smith, Barbara Harding, Donna Halcomb. Third row: Fred Green, Jr., Charles Brewer, Gary Meier, Jean Johnson, Viola Mullins, Betty Parker, Rena Johnson. Top row: Donald Puska, Robert Kidd, James Smith, Birchie Maupin, James Evans, Kennith Riley, Miss Margaret Crane. Room 303-GRADE 5 Bottom row: Timothy Agee, James Broughton, Ralph Balser, Elbert Finley. Second row: Paulette DeLana, Kathyleen Moore, Martha Gei- ser, Janice Montique, Patrica Archer, Sandra Becker. Third row: Barbara Boggs, Mary Huelsman, Nancy Stoher, Carolyn Ken- nedy, Fay Perkins. Top row: Billy Hileman, Thomas Parker, Jon Follmer, Lewis Carpenter, Mrs. Billie Sue Estes. . l 4 1- A" Room 302-GRADE 5 Bottom rown Tyrone Hubbard, Ronald Coates, Richard Miller, Raul Tirey, Bobby Miller, Russell Easter, James Davis, James Schoenberger, Edwin Purvis. Second row: Judy lson, Gloria Fehrenbach, Nancy Ratliff, Linda Vance, Catherine Sandlin, Dorthy Glenn, Asenath Mc- Collum, Lorrayne Simpson, Shirley Anderson. Third row: Edith Johnson, Joyce Ashcraft, Ruth Still, Wilma Philips, Betty Beyerlein, Louella Gabbard, Sandra Kees, Carolyn Norton, Billie Ragsdale, Mrs. Marge Conrad. Top rowz Billy Adams, David Lancaster, Gary Bowman, Frank- lin Freeman, J, C. Miller, Ralph Shell, Billy Hall, John Hoff- man, Dennis Butterfield. Room 308-GRADE 4 Bottom row: Edward Gase, Lee Jesse, James Turner, Ronald Dungan, James Still. Second row: Betty Young, Joyce Rowland, Anna Spurlock, Sherrill Flynn, Jane Hildebrant, Donna Reed, Judith Pierson, Donna Richmond. Third row: Donna lson, Delara Martin, Carolyn Moss, Marlene Moberly, Joan Bolser, Deann Coy, Patricia Bayless. Top row: Bobby Johnson, Perry Harding, Micheal Condo, Louis Weber, James Budd, Jan Bowling, Curtis Moss, James Shep- herd, Mrs. Frances Ryan. an-17-1 Room 3Ol -GRADE 5 Bottom row: Paul Steele, Jesse Saylor, Jackie Mclntosh, Don Combs, Paul Snodgrass, Walter Black, Norman Kelly, Second row: Darlene Sharp, Carolyn Cain, Marlene Templin, Jeannette Schwing, Delores Hornsby, Charlotte Blevins, Ann Baldridge, Nannie Parker, Beverly Goins. Third row: Judy Anglin, Barbara Jones, Doris Wagner, Lauriel Scholler, Lola Harrison, Bonnie Hensley, Charolette Ivey, Judy Debolt. Top row: Stanley Pugh, Paul Ray Tirey, Martin Harrell, Tom Agee, Jrery Ruoff, Trevor Bridgeford, Tom Garland, Mrs. Jean Huntington. Room 307-GRADE 4 Bottom row: Neil Black, Eddie Hendrix, Freddie Hendrix, Billy Whisman. Second row: Joan Peters, Sara Hensley, Garnet Agee, Mary Kidd, Joan Philbeck, Evelyn Stewart, Katie Taggart. Third row: Carol Walther, Geraldine Cupp, Nell Johnson, Betty Bates, Ruth Sowers. Fourth row: Rudy Southard, Roy Spicer, Arthur Cox, Junior Patterson, Ray Sipps, Guy Neeley, Mrs. Elsie MacQuistion. - -wr-4--W v 'iv-+v-u f -1- Room 306-GRADE 4 Bottom row: John Motzer, Jeffery Myers, Jackson Reynolds, Curtis Cope, David Ruoff, Tommy Lunsford Second row: Doronna Golden, Shirley Crawford, Judith Abrams, Carolyn Steel, Lois Marxen, Connie Kemp, Sue Howard, Maxie Roberts. Third row: Loretta Gabbard, Anita Hoelle, Martha Sizemore, Gloria Jean Day, Lillie Jean West, Lois Sturgill, Ronald Durham, Billy Vogel, Top row: Marvin Sovvder, Ronald Ball, Billy Mclntosh, Stanley Jackson, David Hasler, Jerry Wissman, Estil Clarkson, Terry Moreland, Mrs. Margaret Lovellette. Room 207-GRADE 4 Bottom row: Paul Spoonamore, Cecil Cox, James Fletcher, Robert Burns, Earl McCormick, Darrell Hornsby, Floyd Stober, Second row: Sherri Merriweather, Kathie Harbaum, Karen Rogers, Celestine Barker, Katherine Hymer, Anna Ramsey, Mona Spivey, Susan Dsuban, Myrna Richardson. Third row: Robert Timinler, Cassup Johnson, Margie Ashcraft, Mary Still, Frances Smith, Kenneth Webb, Robert Pendergrass, James Gentry. Top row: Fred Marcum, Lowell Garrett, Peter Mensing, Ronald Gadcl, Clifford Schaub, Mrs. Hazel Bitter. Room 205-GRADE 4 Bottom row. Tony Hollandsworth, Jack Morrow, James Wright, Gary Coakley, Ronald Hubbard, Dick Ragsdale. Second row: Myrna Bowling, Janet Smallwood, Doris Ledfor, Diane Helton, Ann Watkins, Dolly Spicer, Janice Evans, Patty Saylor. Third row: Floyd Rockwell, Maurice Becknell, Sue McWhorter, Bonnie Madden, Gloria Corson, Judith Oakes, Eugene Thomas, Joe Link. Top row: Gary Maupin, Billy Johnson, Vernon Snovvden, John Stevens, Bill Wirsing, Kenneth Allen, Miss Wanda Poynter. Room 208-GRADE 3 Bottom row: Danny Sandlin, Dale Fields, Jesse Campbell, Gay lord Lucas, Phillip Glenn, Larry Nash, Carl Baker, Fred Robin- son. Second row: Ann Stone, Lana Henderson, Rosalie Bissell, Shirley Maddenn, Faye Norton, Edith Day, Pamela Eubanks, Lois Philpot, Glenda Collins, Third row: Barry Grodin, Taylor Stewart, C-lendon lssacs, Judy Murray, Carol Johnson, Louise Roberts, William Worlram, Billy Bruner, Earnest Adams. Top row: Robert Weber, Fred Purvis, George Stewart, Je.--y Stewart, Jack Hensley, Billy Shaw, Junior Thomas, Mrs Renette Decker. Room 204-GRADE 3 Bottom row: Fred Suttles, David Marcum, Ned Lucas, Gene Tillery, Robert Peters, Daniel Cox. Second row: Wilma Webb, Judith Campbell, Naomi Baker, Carole Kelly, Joan Zellner, Bonnie Brewer, Emma Farthing, Kathleen Edster, Susan Schul. Third row: Pete Richardson, Ronald Franks, Betty Cox, Hannah Nenke, Ethel Mae Ball, Carol Ann Pepers, Judy Coggin, Wanda Burns, Glenn Pugh. Top row: Jerry Stewart, Ronald Glenn, Donald Wessman, Leonard Miller, Dick Condo, James Curran, Larry McKay, Ronald Cope, Arenzel Rowland, Mrs. Iris Jones. Room 202-GRADE 3 Bottom row: Stanley Myers, James Lewis, David Schul, John Estes, Dale Perry, David Meier. Second row: Carol Gossard, Carolyn Wise, Juanita Jones, Brenda Fannin, Donna Peters, Rita Murray, Geneva Shepherd. Third row: Edward Timler, James Bowling, George Havens, Carolyn Bolton, Peggy Betz, Eugene Calver, Oliver Crawley, Elizabeth Napier. Top row: George Rockwe, New Yauger, Donald Suefridge, Frank Allen, Charles Smith, Bill Avery, Frank McCollum, Mrs. Clara Holbrock. s'- Room 201 -GRADE 3 Bottom row: Jimmy Winkler, Darrel Johnson, Roger Wadsworth, Morgan Hensley, Gene Marcum, Raymond Allen, Ronald Chas' teen. Second row: Jean Lewis, Joyce Saylor, Jane Patterson, Gloria Coyle, Gloria Crank, Phyllis Robinson, Judy Saylor. Third row: Margie Tipton, Judith Stell, Nancy Evans, Ivory Clemmons, Judith Wooton, Phyllis Johnson, Lorinda Hughes, Dora Hart, Juanita Mullins, Top row: Tilford Broughton, Jerry McWorter, Jerry Stober, Steve Weisenborn, Ronald Puska, Bill Decker, Eudale Thomas, Danny Bronwn, Mrs. Edith Vance. Absent: Thomas Smith. Room 200-GRADE 3 Bottom row: Robert Walthers, Don Wildi, Harold Richardson, Donald Roberts, William Spicer, Robert Musch, Second row: Anna Davis, Janet Isaacs, Doris Greene, Margaret Perkins, Hazel Hacker, Hazel Bolser. Third row: Doris Hubbard, Margie Parker, llene Shively, Judith Wren, Norbert Rodeteld, Michael Oaks, Grace Perry. Top row: Robert Frary, Merrill Brockman, Joe Tillet, Roger Blevins, Lee Rowland, Mrs. Helen Rosenlelder. Absent from picture: Carol Withrow. l ' -'ltr Room ll-GRADE 2 Bottom row: Reggie Farrell, Roy Caudill, Jimmy Coffey, Ho- bert Hensley, Freddy Barger, Clifford Cupp, Curtis Girton. Second row: Darlene Perry, Janet Sue Shepherd, Margaret Smith, Mimi Rutherford, Rita Sundo, Janet Still, Kathy Boseke, Margaret Purdy. Third row: Vicki Burns, LaVerne Marcum, Barbara Richardson, Patty Miller, Betty Neeley, Della Hoskins, Betty Faye Lipps, Betty Lou Hubbard. Top row: Claude Reed, Jackie Archer, Tommy Hymer, James Ramsey, LeRoy West, Dennis Glen, Oscar Craft, Mrs. Margaret Jordam. Absent: Cheryle Joe Stephenson. Room IO-GRADE 2 Bottom row: Arnold Johnson, Lee Vernon Hornsby, Steven Havens, Billy Taggert, Gordon Bippus, Lester Lunsford, Jimmy Brown. Second row: Suzi Adams, Carolyn Ashcraft, Margie Bates, Barbara Asher, Joyce Marcum, Noretta Huelsman, Brenda Sandlin. Third row: Allen McComb, Ova Earl Wright, Jo Agee, Brenda First, Marie Hensley, Ruth Adams. Top row: Larry Johnson, Kenneth Hubbard, Don Stritenberger, Michael Sorber, David Pennekarnp, Bobby Vogel, Michael Olingar, Min Jana Buell. Room lOl-GRADE 3 Bottom row: Douglas Daugherty, David Isaacs, Ronald John- son, Danny Danford, Herbert Helton, Gary Hamilton, Billy Baldridge. Second row: Vickey Collins, Virginia Pierson, Ginger Combs, Flora Glenn, Carolyn Kid, Evelyn Jennings, Doris Cope, Maye Richardson. Third row: Gary Gastineau, Clarence Abner, Mary Bley, Re- becca Clark, Geraldine Day, Mary Crain, Buddy Wente, David Agee, Charles Allen. Top row: Clayton Spivey, Roy DeLotelle, John Barnes, Curtis Adams, Carol Tepker, Paul Foley, Eugene Richardson, Mrs. Ellen Stanley. Room 206-GRADE 2 Bottom row: Thomas Perkins, Billy Garland, Harold Cupp, Howard Bowling, Keith Stephenson, Ernest Broughton. Second row: Patricia Nash, Nancy Emerson, Joan Laney, Sandra Coates, Nancy Halcomb, Kathleen Ruddle, Beverly Anderson, Mary Jo Wren. Third row: Paul Baker, Chester Smith, Donna Heitfield, Donna Reed, Brenda Pelfrey, Cherry Maddox, Susan Woodward. Top row: Eddie Sullender, Farrell Winkler, Neal Miller, Michael Sharp, Roger Hornung, Gary Burford, James Hurst, Mrs. Isa- belle Riley. ,Q,,, Y.. Room 9-GRADE 2 Bottom row: David Schrimper, David Freeman, Denver Hatton, Lucian Stickler, Edward Greenwald, William Wilke, ul Guck- enberger, Terry Morrow. Second row: Beryl Nichols, Wanda Lee Russell, Diana Day, Karen Sue Hubbard, Carolyn Sue Tillery, Juanita Philbeck, Linda Lynch. Third row: Clara Jean Adams, Kathleen Meerpohl, Carol Ann Attaway, Pamela Rogers, Maiorie Caudill, Laurretta Hart, Caro- lyn Spence. Top row: Jack Fields, Robert Hoffman, Harold Vaughn, Baxter Barrett, Kenneth Rhodes, James Cunagin, Vancy Bown, Robert Brown, Miss Martha Kraus. Room 8-GRADE 2 Bottom row: Paul Mesler. Ronnie Spencer, Dean Rhodus, Harold Hornsby, Albert Wilke, Donald Pipher, Jerry Chasteen, Alan Thomas. Second row: Lynn Cox, Patty Bruns, Becky Wood, Francene Madden, Brenda Allen, Jody Schul, Glenda Hibbard, Cristie Beeler. Third row: Artie Bacher, Carroll Tillett, Allen Stober, Wade Nunn, Maxey Oakes, Jimmy Hayes, Laura Harrison. Top row: Sharon Murphy, Sandra Myers, Joyce Isaacs, Dorothy Dickinson, Lucy Hacker, Page Galnin, Sue Breiner, Miss Donna Vogel. Ti' f Room 7-GRADE 2 Bottom row: Peter Hasler, Billy Carpenter, Ronald Weber. Kenneth Singleton, Russel Gadd, Charles Frvine. Second row: Jean Shively, Janet Brown, Connie Lunsford, Brenda Feltner, Jean Morris, Judy Burns, Patty Sue Robinson, Patricia Urton. Third row: Joyce McGuire, Gladys Pangburn, Linda Hesse, Sharon Newman, Mariorie Adams, Madalyn Davis, Connie Sutherland, Carolyn Barrett, Ruby Perry. Top row: Brent Sowder, Clyde Bolser, Ronald Bowling, Lester Glenn, Sherman Taylor, Mrs. Helen Haggerty. Room 203-GRADE I Bottom row: Randal McWhorter, Edward Tucker, Leo Perry, Finley Cair, Herbert Bissell. Second row: Gracie Spicer, Lona Parker, Edna Mullins, Bonnie Glenn, Carol Lee Day. Top row: Patricia Hornesby, Sharon Edwards, Linda Hamilton, Charlotte Kuyendoll, Marilyn Mahoney, Terry Ponder, Colan Seals, Donald Hamilton, Mrs, Martha Waldsmith. Room 6-GRADE l Bottom row: Jimmy Allen, Bobby Perkins, Gary Combs, Mike Bowling, Carl Madden, Chris Benninghofen, Kent lmhoff, Gerald Bowman. Second row: Susan Mclntosh, Marsha Vaughn, Judy Motzer, Glenna Flynn, Phylis Brown, Barbara Vaughn, Vicky Combs, Daine McKay, Third row: Jamerey Lipps, Tom Sapp, Martha Lucas, Eunice Bolser, Theresa Smith, Patty Burns, Freda Lynch, Ronald Gentry, Donald Gentry. Top row: Garnet Saylor, Gary Rhoads, Darrell Callahan, Bill Nusky, John Lisec, Billy Laffey, Jimmy Caldwell, Roger Roark, Miss Katherine Kuertz. .- --...L 'H- Room 5-GRADE l Bottom row: Victor Ivey, Billy Pierson, Eldon Parker, Kenny Biser, Andy Zinsmeister, Edward Fletcher, Charles Mitchell, Mark Lunsford, Leonard Halcomb, Lee Hubbard. Second row: Joan Scott, Ralph Agee, Betty Sandlin, Eddy Weber, Berna Mae Ramsey, Charles Gase, Ann Flegal, Dale Abbott, Gail Clark, Robert Marcum. Top row: Shirley Patterson, Connie Nunke, Jean Spivey, Dar- lene Betz, Deline Burnett, June Case, Shirlene Hibbard, Sylvia Corbin, Bonnie Weaver, Marlene Winsted, Sheryl Wineberg, Judy Blevens, Linda Jennings, Miss Joy Benzing. Room 4-GRADE l Bottom row: Tommy Still, Jerry Linchvar, Fred Alexander, Earl Rowland, Mackie Miller, Neil Neiderman, David Hill, Bobby Day, Ronnie Oaks, Gary Hymer. Second row: Louise Nunn, Herbert Bridgeford, Sally Johnson, Ronnie Danford, Patty Kidd, Glenn Ramsey, Carol Boggs, Donnie Canode, Brenda Beaver, Wilda Russell. Third row: Patty Zellner, Bonnie Denning, Nancy Yeary, Charles Brainard, Phyllis Bechnell, Elibbya Troutman, Douglas McVay, Joyce Stone, Ellen Millspaugh, Margaret Mead, Mrs. Mariorie Dent. Top row: Patty Wilson, Cheryl Day, Yvonne Longfield, Marietta Lawson, Donna Green, and Janet Peters. Y 3 Room 2-GRADE l Bottom row: Jimmie Roberts, Larry Davis, Phillip Mullins, Charles Howard, Billy Budd, Ronnie Jones, Jim Laney. Second row: Phyllis Nunn, JoAnne Hughes, Robin Frary, Lae Dorna Kelly, Brenda Phillips, Hilda Davis, Sherry LeMaster, Judy Patterson. Third row: Harold Reed, Adam Conley, Linda Corson, Noma Creech, Margene Warner, Brenda Archer, Della Tirey, Janet Weisharr, Mrs, Marjorie Newton. Top row1 Roger Jackson, George Gruner, Larry Mclntosh, Paul Goos, Eugene Howard, Ronnie Abner, Ray Hensley. Room 3-GRADE l Bottom row Phillip Winsted, Donald Ray Floyd, George Stick- ler, Shelby Kelly, Herald Atkins, Paul Isaacs, David Watson, Jimmy Vance, Ward Trembly, Ronny Bowman. Second row: John Jessie, Judy Collison, Frank Haueslman, Beatrice Boehner, Richard Gray, Kay Neely, Tommy Chamber' lin, Jucly Brockinan, Harry Laney, Donna Jean Miller. Top row: Dick Brainard, Shelia Finley, Billy Nantz, Deanne Ledford, David Evans, George Hileman, Edward Morris, Marcia Richardson, Russell Cook, Lynda Sue Middleton, George Loman Phyllis Smith, Dianne Caldwell, Mrs. Lorene Goos, Room l-GRADE l Bottom row: Bonnie Harbaum, Sherry Shephard, Leslie Holden, Ruth Stritenberger, Audrey Lampley, Phyllis Parks, Patricia Sroufe, Kay Muncy, Carol Allen, Lee Wulleriweber, Esther Conley, Susan Blair, Mary Snowden, Mrs. Eileen Denning. Second row: Gail Link, David Carpenter, Wilma Eversole, Ed- ward Goebel, Reba Bridgeford, Jerry Broering, Judy Arnold, Ella Hubbard, Judith Ratliff, Danny Rhoclus. Top row: Gary Smith, Gregory Daugherty, .lack Sober, James Martin, James Nies, Dale Link, Douglas Ford, Ronnie Hubbard, Jimmy Rogers, Edward Allen. B ll' Leu ii 5. AMER ,., ' 4 0 I 491' xg: I Dearie, do you remember all those interest- ing activities such as: Music, art and the different societies, Plays and dances and even assemblies gave us plenty to do. Test your memory, my dearie. Do you recall the most enjoyable times which we all had, Those "cool" songs and crazy fads. Dearie, life was cheerie in the good old days gone by. Do you remember? If you remember, then you're much older than I agww .25 P Pictured at the left are Editor Rosemary Hoelle and vari-typist Both elementary and high school news are to be found in THE TORCH, the publication of the journalism class. Each year a new group of students gain actual experience in editing and managing this mimeo- graphed paper which appears each month. It con- tains original art work, features, news, editorials, sports, and comments by the students. The sponsors of THE TORCH are Mrs. Mary Patrick, Mr. Harry Allen in charge of typing, and Mrs. Elsie MacQuiston in charge of grade school news. JOURNALISM C Pictured above is the Torch staff. Standing at far left: Barbara Wise, Grace Neurohr, Francie VanNatta, Mr, Allen, typing advisor. Front row: Ruth Schaub, Seated: Rosemary Hoelle, Ciel Wair, Mary Jo Wilke, Eula Mae Ash- craft, Dean Bowling, Sue Carol Hendrix, Phyllis Crawford, Mrs. Patrick, advisor, Delores Gabbard, Carol Craft, Faye Miller, Pictured at the right are Rosemary Hoelle, Delores Gabbard, Sue Carol Hendrix, standing. Ruth Schaub, seated. ASS EDITED TORCH The 1953 CHIEFTAIN staft's goal has been to present to the best of its ability an interesting pictorial account of life at Fair- field during 1953. Plans for the yearbook were begun in the summer of 1952 and continued through until our final deadline, February 19. We, the staff, wish to thank the Art Department under the direction of Mr. Bernard Le Poris, the Commercial Department under the auspices of Mr. Harry Allen, Mr. Fred Stroehlein, school photographer, Miss Jeanne Luddy, the annual advisor, and all other students and faculty members who helped make the CHIEFTAIN a success. Pictured at the right is Marlene Castator, editor. Marlene Castator, editor ANNUAL CHOSE MEMORY THEME ..Q,.M,e. N. sf. .. C' ' N'--Q. Charles Logsdon. Seated at the table: Miss Jeanne Luddy, Carol Craft, Ruth Schaub Jacqulin Quick, Marlene Castator. Jackie Quick, business manager. ll .,:,!, Standing: Carol Rockwell, Bob Shepherd, Coil Wair, Bob Curran Bill Farinet, Carolyn Merkel, Bill Michael, Phyllis Crawford, Don Proeschel Bud Logsdon, Evaline Campbell, Eula Mae Ashcroft, Barbara Wise At the right are pictured Evaline Campbell, assistant editor and l I The Student Council is an honor group com- posed of the class officers of the high school classes. It is the aim of this group to encourage all desirable school activities and to help pro- mote those things that make a better school, and a more wholesome school community. Our motto is "Good Scholarship, Good Conduct, Good Citizenship." Within the Student Council is the Safety Council whose aim is to promote safety in the school, home and on the highway. The council has supplied "Bumper Safety Slogans" for cars each month. Pictured: Jackie Quick, Mr. S. R. Lamb, Lynn Lewis, Larry Koopmann, Bob Bowman, Jim Sachenheim, members of Safety Council. STUDE T CGUNCIL PRGMCTED SAFETY Seated: Bob Bowman, Marilyn Stapf, Jackie Quick, Bert Harbin, Bud Logsdon, Martha Eickelberger, Faye Miller. Standing: Mr. S. R. Lamb, Larry Koopmann, Lynn Lewis, Ralph Blanton, Eddie Williams, Dave Bowling, Jim Sachenheim, Bill Schul, Absent: John Dixon and Ronnie Niedermann. NATIONAL HON OR SOCIE TY I S ? -E , I 7 A Z Qi lt SOCIETY I lTl Scholarship, leadership, character, and service are the four qualities which determine member- ship into the Honor Society. Fairfield's Chapter sponsored a public square dance and also gave two food baskets to needy families at Christmas. Initiation of new members took place at a school assembly, February 27. Mr. Wade Miller, Superintendent of Middletown Schools, was the speaker. TED H0 OR STUDENTS L.-- tsl, a Seated: Carol Pottenger, Secretary-Treasurer, Evaline Campbell, Vice President, Carol Rockwell, Prui- dentg Mlu Jeanne Luddy, Sponsor. Standing: Marlene Castator, .lack Murphy, Jacqulin Quick, Bill Farinet, Bud Logxdon, Bill Michael, Don Proxchel, Charlotte Carpenter, Bobby Johnson. The Fairfield Chapter of the Y-Teens held their meetings every two weeks at the high school. This year their activities consisted of delivering a Christmas basket and holding a dance called "The Sno-Ball in Winter Wonder Land." The officers are: Jackie Quick, president, Evelyn Estes, vice president, Faye Miller, secretary, Janet Garland, treasurer, Barbara Wise, club representative. The advisors were Mrs. Dorothy Wise and Mrs. Ruby Franz. Y-TEENS HELD WI TER DANCE Bottom row: Mary Jo Wilke, Rosemary Miller, Carol Rockwell, Carol Craft, Joyce Hollin, Jackie Quick, Delores Gabbard. Second row: Glenna Kilburn, Barbara Wise, Marlene Castator, Marilyn Stapf, Susan Arnold, Helen Hudson, Sherry Fehrenbach, Faye Miller. Third row: Ruth Schaub, Rosemary Hoelle, Grace Conrad, Phyllis Crawford, Marilyn Menche, Geraldine Powell, Mickey Ramsey. Fourth row: Ima Jean Miller, Grace Neurohr, Maggie Hurst, Evelyn Estes, Rose Ellen Marcum, Barbara Howard, Shirley Evans, Laverne Baker, Robin Wheeler, Jewell Sturgil. Fifth row: Nancy Dulli, Thelma Sroufe, Doris Curran, Ann Goebel, Carol Pottenger, Coretta Oakes, Louise Kelly, Martha Eickelberger, Freda Robinson, Sharon Oakes, Patty Cox. N, ,.. E963 i s i i i Q if 1 E i f 5 3 E 5 5 , Q K i i T 3 , f 5 1 i i i lt 3 3 E 4 l l Bottom row: Rosemary Miller, Hudson, Faye Miller, Mary Ann Kelly, Ima Jean Miller, Freda Burns, Evelyn Estes. Third row: Jewell Sturgil, Carol Cramer, Marilyn Menche, Joyce Hollin, Helen Puska. Second row: Mr. H. M. Potts, Ruth Schaub, Carol Rockwell, Louise Robinson, Martha Eickelberger, Thelma Sroufe, Carolyn Merkle, Gail Marlene Castator, Sharon Oakes, Patty Cox, Sue Carol Hendrix, Evaline Campbell, Jackie Quick, Dolores Gabbard, Carol Craft, Barbara Wise, Grace Neurohr. F.T.A. ASSISTED TEACHERS 7' -i '5:QiFii' 5 ', " ' K 'iifsit The purpose of the Future Teachers of America is to encourage and to help young people to become interested in the teaching profession. lt gives members intimate contact with pupils, experience in working with children, helping them solve their problems, and the satisfactions of the teaching profession. To gain practical experience each member assists a classroom teacher. Pictured at left are Mr. H. M. Potts, advisor, Faye Miller, president, Carolyn Merkel, vice president, Marlene Castator, secretary. First row: Miss Jane Roush, Laverne Grabel, Joan Crawford, Evelyn Estes, Grace Neurohr, Rose Mary Hoelle, Ruth Schaub, Carolyn Koedel. Second row: Judy Thomas, Gail Chapen, Grace Conrad, Rose Marcum, Susan Arnold, Sherry Ferenbach, Sylvia Sauer, Mary Virginia Pottenger. Top row: Patty Sorrel, Peggy Murphy, Margie Ratliff, Jessie Parker, Janet Conrad, Marforie Hornsby, Sylvia Wolfrom, Gloria Rigling, Carol Combs. HCMEMAKER H D ACTI E YR. .-... .. nl-S Future Homemakers of America endeavor to pro- mote a growing appreciation of the ioys and satisfac- tions of homemaking. During the first semester FairfieId's Homemakers held two bake sales, made stuffed toys for children at Mercy Hospital, and gave a Christmas party. Highlighting the second semester was a banquet for members and parents and a tour through Proctor and Gamble. Pictured at left are the F. H. A. officers: Grace Neurohr, president, Rosemary Hoelle, secretary, Evelyn Estes, vice president, Joan Craw- ford, treasurer, Laverne Grable, historian, Carolyn Koedel, news reporter. gupqnlxv-err' -wr 40" Fx Bottom row: Rondal Sowder, Duane Marcum, Richard Michael Carl McCormick Robert Craft Richard Lunsford. Second row: Gene McCracken, Don McDaniel, Eldon Howard .lack Chasteen Roger Canode Ronnie Baker, Eddie Brehm, Mr. M. D. Johnson. Third row: Larry Brehm, Bob Praggy, John McCormick Dan Middleton Bruce Alcorn Charles Soule F.F.A. TROVE FUR HIGH GOALS This year the Future Farmers strove for the high goals of all members having an exhibit at the county fair, entering the State Reporter Award Contest, main- taining an average of B or better in agriculture, keep- ing a scrapbook of individual and chapter work, and reducing their livestock loss to less than 5 per cent. The group received a Bronze Rating in the State Parliamentary Contest. At left are pictured the officers. Standing are: Dan Middleton and Edward Brehm, reporter. Seated are: Carl McCormick, vice president, Bruce Alcorn, president, Bob Praggy, secretary. Not shown: Bill Schul, treasurer. 1 A 3 gi fi al 55? we-A ..,.- .-.......... -. .. . P i. x I S First row: Jackie Quick, Carolyn Merkel, Barbara Evans, Ronnie Niedermann, Patty Sorell. Second row: Phyllis Gamboe, Sylvia Sauer, Sylvia Wolfram, Delois Napier, Robert Quick, Dean Welsh, Charles Shively, Niel Welsh, Jim Williams, Roger Canode, Eldon Howard. Third row: Raymond Young, Sharon Canode, Charles Soule, Fred Humbach, Lloyd Shell, Walter Neese, Melvin Kelly. Standing: Jane Schnitker, Leroy Wolpert, Billy Clark, Trent Bowman, James Farrell, Roger Holden, Nancy Scholler, Mr. Earl Kinker. BA D HELD CONCERT ASSEMBLY The Fairfield High School Band played for all of the home football games this year and went on one out of town trip to New Boston, Ohio. lt played for pep assemblies and held a concert as- sembly for the high and grade schools. The band played and marched at the County Fair and played also at the Spring Concert. A dance band was formed which furnished music for the min- strel. Left to right: Marlene Castator, Head Maiorette, Thelma Sroufe, Janice Jerardi, and Marilyn Stapf. SONG FLUT E BAN 'N 1 First row: R. Timler, l. Garrett, D. Hornsby, P. Spoonarnore, F. Rockwell, R. Ragsdale, W. Wirsing, G. Moppet, G. Coakley, J. Link. Second row: K. Harbaum, K. Hymer, M. Richardson, A. Watkins P. Boyd, P. Saylor, B. Madden, G. Corson, J. Oakes, D. Ledtord, D. Helton. Top row: P. Mensing, C. Schaub, C. Johnson, K. Webb, S. McWhorter, D. Spicer, K. Rogers, S. Dsuban. ELEMENTARY GRADES FORMED BAND The Elementary Band is made up of players from grades four through eight. lt is comprised of musicians of one or more years' experience. The Elementary Band is led by the Beginners Band, whose members are promoted iust as soon as they have mastered the basic training on their ELEMENTARY S instruments. This year's band has about thirty members and has played in public three times. They played at a high school assembly, an ele- mentary assembly, and at the Elementary Music Festival at West Chester on May l. CHOCJL BAN Front row: Carol Cramer, Kay Evans, Phyllis Garnbo, Jackie Quick, Janet Kehr, Geraldine Powell, Janis Jardi. Back row: Hilda Sowder, Ralph Wittenberg, Mr. Earl A Kinker, Trent Bowman, Bill Clark, Randal Sowder, Pat Serell, Scottie Francis. BY MR. KI KER Mr. Earl Kinker directed the school orchestra, com- posed of fourteen high school students. The orchestra played for the Honor Society assembly on February 27 and for P.T.A. meetings. The group met for practice twice a week. MIXED CHCDRU DID ACAPELLA CRK Especially excelling in A Cappella work, the Mixed Chorus carried out a full program of performances this year. They sang at the Dedication Service of the new high school, the County F. T. A. meeting, the Christmas program, the Minstrel, the Spring Concert, Baccalaureate and Commencement. Pictured at left is Miss Catherine Clarke, director. .nf Bottom row: Miss Catherine Clarke, M. Gray W. Russell, D. Fifth row: H. Hudson, R. Miller, J. Sturgill, C. Carpenter, G, Walton, S, Baker, E. Deening, K. Schaub, J. Jerardi, B. Miller, F. Conrad, K. Evans, M. Menchen, S. Hendrix, P. Rutherford, J. Miller, T. Schoell, R. Mclntosh, B. Schul. Schnictker. Second row: B. Ashcraft, G. Powell, C. Cramer, N. Sams, J. Sixth row: L, Kooprnan, G. DeLotelle, J. Jesse, L. Lewis, R. Schmutzler, J. Thomas, O. Bowling, M. Lynch, M. Pottenger, Mullenix, J. Sharp, J. Sachinheim, F. Pendergrass, L. Rose, L. J. Corson, J. Quick. Wolperf. Third row: M. Staff, J. Walther, E. Campbell, W. Foote, P. Seventh row: D. Bowling, B. Clark, R. Sturgil, J. Hendrix, C. Gamboe, R. Wheeler, R. Michael, S. Condo, J. Hollin, S, Oaks, R. Quick, F. Humbach, T. Evans, W. Follmer. Arnold M. Castator, C. Merkel. Top row: T. Bowman, J. Williams, C. Soule, J. McCormick. Fourth row: T. Sroufe, C. Craft, D. Gabbard, R. Schaub, R. Hoelle, M. A. Bissel, G. Burns, J. Hesselbrock, M. Wilke, S. Farenbach. Bottom row: Miss Catherine Clarke, C. Carpenter, R. Miller, C. Cramer, J. Evans, P. Sorell, S. Baker, E. Denning, B Logsdon, W. Russell, K. Schaub, J. Jerardi, F. Miller, T Schoell, R. Mclntosh, C. Craft, M. Castator, B. Schul, ac- companisr. Second row: J. Kehr, G. Conrad, J. Hollin, M. Staph, T. Sroufe, R. Hoelle, R. Schaub, O. Bowling, M. Lynch, J. Thomas, J. Corson, J. Quick, D. Gabbard, C. Merkel. Third row: P. Wilson, D. Walter, M. Gray, W. Foote, N. Sams, M. Bissel, P. Rutherford, B, Burns, R. Wheeler, R. Michael, S. Condo, B. Evans, E. Campbell, S. Hendrix, H. Hudson. Fourth row: L. Kelly, J. Walthers, G. Kilburn, B. Ashcraft, M. Pottenger, G. Rigling, J. Schmutzler, B. Miller, M. Menche, J. L. Hesselbrock, M. J. Wilke, P. Gamboe, J. Conrad. 1 Fifth row: G. Powell, J. Sturgill, J. Snictker, H. Riley, I. Young J. Campbell, D. Napier, F. Cain, C. Hubbard, O. Arvin, H McDaniel, S. Fehrenbach, S. Arnold. SR. GLEE CLUB BOUGHT RISER The high school girls' and boys' Glee Clubs appeared in the Minstrel, the District Competi- tions, and the Spring Concert. By selling greeting cards, the iunior and senior high Glee Clubs were able to buy risers for the new stage. Bottom row: E. Campbell, Accompanist, L. Wilson, J. Sharpe, L, Rose, J. Sachenheim, F. Pendegrass, L. Lewis, J. Jessie, L. Koopman, R. Mullinex, G. DeLoteIle, J. Hendrix, C. Oaks, Miss Catherine Clarke. i E 3 5 wi i G i l .3 - 3. sf-'D -M Sceond row: J. McCormick, W. Folmei, T. Evans, T. Bowman, B. Clark, C, Soul, J. Williams, S. Sturgill, D. Bowling, R. Quick, F. Humbach. Q . Q jx E l f 5 ' 5 f Z .K V KE eff , K gl. y ,., X 5 w . . J 5555 3? ig. 5 if. A - g in . f , K y l K .T i l ' L l .,. ,lg I-'ts as T iii K .'L ' .Y T First row: S. Mulen, D. Brockman, M. Hatton, E. Ashcraft, B. Southard, L. Marcum, M. Stormo, H. Sullivan, B. Hamblin, S. Condo. Second row: M. Stumpf, J. Watson, R. Day, S. Gentry, P Agee, S. Bates, P. Wilke, P. Stapf, J. Estes, B. Hoelle, N Sowers, R. Bridgeford. Third row: J. Hirschberg, B. Fletcher, M. Schell, A. Ashcraft, C. Brandenburg, M. Bronette, l. Power, N. Reed, M. Richard son, J. Robinette, F. Venerable, H. Sowder, M. Craft. iq Fourth row: M. Marxen, C. Cox, J. Pierson, P. Robinson, B Hurst, R. Tirey, S. Inman, A. Spicer, L. Perry, B. Garrett, B Attaway, F. Willoughby, J. Hibbard, E. Bowling. Fifth row: B. Timler, C. Kilburn, R. Helton, P. Pettit, B Engle, P. Still, M. Archer, M. Bolser, L. Norton, L. Suttles, J Zimmerman, D. Walker, M. Allen, D. Abner. Sixth row: J. Estridge, L. Nease, P. Bley, B. Spoonamore, Scholler, P. Flannery, D. Saylor, M. Olinger, P. Evans, Culryhouse, S. Halcornb, M. Vaughn, J. Marcum, J. How Seventh row: Miss Clark, N. Huber, pianist. N S ard JR. GLEE PIANIST CLUB SANG IN CONCERT First row: C. Adams, H. Lench, R. Podefeld, J. Quic ki pl Fourth row: M. Shephard, D. Yeary, E. Glenn, C. Matlock, M Jeradi, D, Mclntosh, D. Wiesenborn, L. Thall. TBQQBVT. D- Hitikef, R. H0ldef1- Second row: D. Hubbard, J. Dsuban, W. Nease, B. Boyd, W. TOP YOWI T- MCC0ml9f J- Angllf C- Clwpmiflt R- N6b0YSf N Parker, C. Wright, C. Turner, V. Sparks, R. Johnson, J. 5lPPUSf R' Wlllenbefgi N- Welsh. R- Wl"'3"'b9f9, -l- l-Ynfh Walker. Third row: G. Henderson, N. Craft, Elvin Mullins, E. Abner, S. Rieff, G. Schul, K. Smith, J, Huff, P, Williams, L. Strickland, L. Pottenger, R. Williams. E. Curran, H. Kuelhthau, Miss Clark, B. Schul, pianist. . -'33 B 1 '90 ay will as .4 K Sf. f. if ic. . sv, . . Consul Tribune Praefecf Scribe Consul Tribune Scribe ,,,, , LYNN LEWIS Praefecr gi Miss Back row: Barbara Evans, Janice Jerardi, Nancy Meade, Peggy Wilson, Trudy Schoell, Rita Mclntosh, Westland. Front row: Larry Koopman, Gary DeLateIle, Ronnie Mullinex, Lynn Lewis, Ronnie Schulz, Bob Bowman, Jack Jesse, Ebbe Spoonamore. LATIN CLUB HELD SOCIAL MEETS FIRST YEAR OFFICERS "Labor omnia vincit" means that persever- ance overcomes all difficulties. Besides per- severing over Latin grammar and translation, the clubs have sung Latin songs and carols, enioyed a bi-monthly magazine Auxilium Latinum, par- ticipated in the Miami University Scholarship Test, attended a follies, and initiated Latin I at the annual picnic. . , LARRY KOOPMAN ,, RITA MCINTOSH , GARY DeLATELLE SECOND YEAR OFFICERS , , , CHARLES SHIVELY ,, TROY TOWNSEND , ., KAY EVANS H ..Y....,....., CAROL CRAMER Back row: Walter Follmer, Charles Shivley, Troy Townsend. Front row: Phylin Gamboe, Marilyn Menche, Gail Burns, Joyce Hollin, Carol Cramer, Kay Evans, Mary Alice Biuel. PROJECTED CLUB SHGWED FILMS E Q X 5 a 4 .,v. , T.. f ., , + f---+--f --f. vw- + A' tfeffwt K Q 'S it? Kneeling: Mr. Fred Stroehlein. Seated: Richard Reffit, Elmer Mehl, Arthur Reiff, Myron Winkler, Bob Bowman, John Hendrix, Don Koopman, Jack Quick, Fred Humbach, Doug Richardson. Second row: Carl Spicer, Walter Follmer, John McCormick, Jack Murphy, Tom Evans, Fred Eickelberger, John Pond, Elmer Reed, Gena Bippus, Charlie Oaks, Gene McCracken, Steve Hensley, Don Ohlinger, Bill Schul, Carlos Spicer. Top row: Charles Soule, Eddie Williams, Ralph Blanton. The Proiection Club is a service organization of approximately forty boys in high school. Members show films and film strips for teachers in the various classes. The members, and their Sponsor, Mr. Fred Stroehliem, hold an annual picnic each spring. lllx G.A. . PRCDMOTED SPORTS PROGRAM The purpose of the G. A. A. is to encourage greater participation in the sports program. This is accomplished through the Intramural Sports Pro- gram sponsored by the G. A. A. In order to qualify for membership in the G. A. A. a girl must have earned 100 points. The officers of the G. A. A. are: Charlotte Carpenter, president, Rose Marcum, vice presi- dent, Robina Johnson, secretary, Susan Arnold, treasurer, Miss Ann Bishop, sponsor. HAIL TO CDUR QUEENS Pictured at the right are: Fran- ces Solazzo, Jean Walton, Queen Edwina Sturnpf, Janelle Hornung, and Martha MacQuiston. This picture was taken at the 1952 Junior-Senior Prom. THE MAYPOLE DANCE Pictured at the left are the Homecoming Queen's Court. Back row, left to right: Amo Richardson, Edwina Stumpf, Helen Hodges, Jean Smith, Queen, Jean Walton: King, John Crawley, Laverne Hubbard, Martha MacQuiston, Francie Slazzo. Froht row: Reggie Farrell, Becky Woods, Mimi Rutherford, Sandra Coates, Madeline Davis and Neal Miller. scENEs FROM MuslcALs rf LxQQV 1, W ' fx 5" A C ,okfvvf 1 xt ' 'Q r ' 4 x ,- . I K h 1 E lg? Asus . I 1 Q , f ' P552 U, " 5 1' ' X tifils- Q 1' 4 R .Q--ff" 'g ., .15 wi? !"""'.n Bo'7'. af" mug- The top and bottom pictures on This page are scenes taken at the grade school operetta, The pictures in the middle of the page are scenes from the school minstrel in 1952. SCEN ES FRCM PLAYS . Y gf The above three pictures are scenes of the cast in the Senior play, They Gave Him A Coed. Pictured at right are members of the Junior play, You Cari! Take It With You, given by the class of 1953. Mr. Wm, Vogelgesang directed both plays. COOKS, BU DRIVERS SER ED STUDENTS cooks These are the seven ladies that prepare our meals for us each day. First row: Mrs. Mildred Kunkel, Mrs. Amanda McCormick, Mrs, Ella Vogelgesang, Mrs. Mar- garet Sauerbeck, Mrs. Thelma Shiflet, and Mrs. Abby King. 6- ,. Q X ' N BUS DRIVERS Fairfield now has 27 buses and bus drivers to carry students to and from school. Kneeling, left to right: Mr. Ed Reinke, Mr. Dow Morris, Mr. Albert Miller, Jr., Mr. Elmer Rahmes, Mr. William McCormick, Mr. Elbert Cook, Mr. Virgil Cook, Mr. Earl Pottenger, Mr. Chester Sowers, Mr. Sidney McCormick. Second row: Mr. Fred Bauman, Mr. Ertly Roszell ,Mr. Albert Miller, Sr., Mr. Paul Horning, Mr. Leonard Standiter, Mr. Paul Conrad, Mr. Lawrence Kramer, Mr. William Morris, Mr. Herman Brandenberg, Mr. Clarence Moore, Mr. Robert Burer, Mr. Carl Groh, Mr. Joe Hoelle, kia 114' '- af - -1-.. ....,, W V EXPLGRER SCOUTS Explorer Post No. I4 of the Boy Scouts of America was activated in November, 1951, and sponsored locally by the Fairfield P. T. A. Our first charter contained the names of eight boys, but now has expanded to one of the largest posts in the Ft. Hamilton Council. Exploring is for boys between the ages of fourteen and eighteen. Since its inception the Explorer pro- gram has been devoted to building better citizens. This, the leaders feel, can best be accomplished by meet- ing the needs of boys mentally, physically and morally. Front row, left to right: Fred Humbach, Ronald Creekbaum, Jim Sackenheim, Tom Evans, Jim Farinet, and Arthur Rieff. Second row: Custer Reynolds, advisorp Bill Farinet, Don Roettger, Dave Newkirk, and Charles Logsdon. P. T. A. SPCDNSCDRED SCCUT TRCOPS BOY SCOUTS The Boy Scouts of Fairfield are under the direction of Mr. Kermit Wiggens. They are, top row, left to right: Peter Jerardi, Johnny Walker, David Wisen- born, Herschel Lynch, Walter Nease, Roy Johnson, Paul Snodgrass. Bottom row, left to right: Ed Curran, Larry Thall, James Becknell, Phil Snodgrass. s up .z 12 s 4 al 9 . 'I , f Q 2 . 5 A 1 4 4 f ' 2' A ' R5 ' '46 t ' ' 1 . ' Q f P P '4 ' . ., I I . 1 e F3 5 5 all BAssaAi. TRACK F00T3A" Dearie, do you remember when we at- tended all those exciting games? I We had teams that achieved great fame. ' Football, basketball, track and baseball l were the sports of the year. Test your memor y, my dearie Do call the succe f . you re- ss ul events, As the Homecoming, play day, and tourna- ments? Dearie, life was cheerie in the good old days gone by, Do you remember? If you remember, then you're much older than l. I 54,4 new ' !'iET? , r 1 I ,-ff' T. I i 1 ar xx' 4 dw A . Y , 4 VARSITY FGOTB LL SCCJRED 6 VICTORIE si? 5 I' I A ' V-:J 'N' 3.2 .X f ...Trib :iii . '-.' . 5, my "N ,,, ln, Q ,, Q is. 1' WR src' A 5 gf: ii el' Pictured above are: Assistant Coach Custer Reynolds and Coach Christy Arnold. In a football season packed with thrills Fairfield High School climaxed a very successful season, considering it marked the first year in Class A competition. The high flying Indians drank only twice from the bitter cup of defeat. Six times they tasted the sweet cup of victory. Top row: R. Asher, C. Logsdon, H. Farthing, D. Newkirk, T. Evans, B. Michael, G. Beiser, B. Logsdon, C. Arnold, Coach. Fourth row: J. McCormick, R. Blanton, D. Gabbard, B. Shep- herd, D. Proeschel, B. Muskopf, R. Proctor, T. Townsend. Third row: R. Cropenbaker, Athletic Director, P. Ohlinger, K. Isaacs, B. Alcorn, J. Dixon, D. Koopman, B. Farinet, D. Bowl- ing, H. Powell, D. Richardson, S. Fannin, L. Koopman. Second row: V. Isaacs, M. Shepherd, F. Eickelberger, J. Pond, A Rich- ardson, G. Nunn, J. Murphy, B. Sturgill, B. Bowman, C. Mc- Cormick, C. Reynolds, Assistant Coach. First row: M. Winkler, D. Lunsford, K. Jesse, J. Sackenheim, D. Marcum, R. Michael, R. Mullenix and L. Lewis. After the smoke from a hard fought football season was cleared, Fairfield scored two hundred and two points, while holding all opponents to fifty. The team played their hearts out for Fairfield and Coaches Arnold and Reynolds. Sept Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. JU IOR TE TRAI ED FOR VARSITY SCHEDULE We 12-Monroe ..... ..... 4 6 19-Ross ...... .... - 33 26-Brookville ........ ,.... 3 2 4-Ham Catholic .... .... l 8 10-New Boston ,.,. .,... l 5 17-Milford ......... ..... 5 2 24-Seven Mile ..... .. 6 7-Norwood ..... H 0 They 6 0 0 7 O 0 T3 19 Fairfield began her season with three victories over Monroe, Ross, and Brookville. The traditional rival, Hamilton Catholic, sank before the vicious blocking and tackling of the lndians, who won 18 to 6. This game was seen by some 5,000 fans. New Boston, a new team on our schedule, had a clean record until the lndians scored a brilliant 15-O win. This was Fairfield's first Homecoming. Seven Mile played a very outstanding game against Fairfield and first defeat. handed the lndians their Norwood scored a in the last game of the season. 19-0 victory over Fairfield Top row: Larry Thall, Sammy Agee, Earl Glenn, Edward Bowling, Roy Johnson. N Third row: David Yeary, Kenneth Bippus, Glenn Henderson, Lonnie Hurst, Earl Murray, Calvin Slater, Sylvester Reiff. Second row: Earnest Murray, manager, Bill Huff, Jim Huff, Tom Arvin, James Meredith, Norbert Bip- pus, Danny Mclntosh, Nick Craft. First row: Kenneth Smith, Eddie Curran, Donald Hubbard, Roland Hopkins, Charles Turner, George Schul. 1-E .sg wma-.. .. ,W Q JSA. . 'N mr x fini Y Q r! 0 g,, fx m',a.' +Q - ,.. Q s K s i ' K J' Z 1.-,. Xx Nw "V 1 1 0 , x 9 eff N E s 05" 5 ity! aj 1 -A ! X: K. 'gf S fi 'W 14552-,S lx A l.a1'b',..1if't!-liiisli I Left to right: Gene McCracken, Ray Proctor, Dave Bowling, Louis Abner, Bill Michael, Bob Curran, Bert Harbin, Harvey Farthing, Ronnie Asher, Bill Muskopf, Gary Beiser. INDIANS HAVE GOOD SEASON, BREAK SCHOOL RECORDS The Fairfield Indians enioyed a successful season, winning fourteen and losing three in regular season games. In these seventeen games the Indians established an all time school record ripping the net for IOI points against Brookville to help set another school record for a total of 1252 points for the season. During this season the Chiefs averaged 74 points per game to their opponents 57 points. This year marked the beginning of competition in the Class A District Tourna- ment. 1 A' l 1 ll i ia. . V ,tx l .lan f 0 l wi 5 ou, ot I r,x0lA 51 ,,iu1A4:,l wmv Top row: Ronnie Griffith, Don Roettger, Don Ohlinger, Fred Eickelberger, Ferris Pendergrass, Jim Sackenheim, Coach, Cristy Arnold. Bottom row: John Pond, Steve Hensley, Jim Williams, Charles Soule, Ed Williams, Bill Schull, Don Gabbard, Clyde Brockman. RESERVE, JU IOR TE MS SNAPPED , y K tal l l! , F3.F,F . 5 A h Aml Bottom row: Edward Cole, Edward Shelton, Norbert Bippux, Eddie Curran, Dave Campbell, Jack Quick, Kenny Bippus, Tommy Arvin, Frank Saylor, Second row: Hans Kuehlthau, Ronnie Hopkins, Larry Strickland, James Lynch, Sulvester Rieff, Peter Jerardi, George Shull, Ralph Rhodefeld, Danny Chasteen, Mr. Harry Hann, Coach, Top row: Virgil Sparks, Edward Abner, Herxhel Lynch, Lloyd Shell, Ray Williams, Dave Yeary, Carl Vaughn, Bill Ramsey. 1 t BERT HARBIN GARY BEISER Boa CURRAN GAME RESULTS THEY FAIRFIELD 52 New Richmond ,,,,., ,,,....,... 6 6 48 Blanchesfer ,, ...,. L 78 64 Ham. Catholic ....7, ,.... 7 8 54 McGuffey .,,,7,,,,,, ,,,.. 7 2 63 Eaion ,,..,, ,A., .,... 6 l 51 Hanover ,,,,,,,,,, ,.A.. 6 0 81 Seven Mile ,,.., ...., 5 9 42 Monroe , ,,,, ,, B6 49 Lebanon ,,,, ,,,, , ..... 7 'I 60 Ham. Catholic ...,. .... . 74 76 Norwood ,..,.., .,,., 9 6 43 Glendale ,... ,.L,, 8 3 58 Norwood .... .,.,. 6 3 78 Seven Mile 60 57 Franklin ,,,,.... ,,,,, 6 3 58 Lockland ,,.. . L,,,, 79 47 Brookville ,,,, v,,,,,,, I 01 Northeastern DAVE BOWLING BILL MUSKOPF Captain GENE MCCRACKEN RONNIE ASHER ..........., Lg STEVE HENSLEY RAY PROCTOR GALEN MCCOLLUM Varsity Coach LOUIS ABNER BILL MICHAEL HARVEY FARTHING H I O O 26' 7' 'U l"'l"'PU7 'I ZCTI D00O'fC 02" VCD KC O MO gm I Al mruni- -if X CHEERLEADERS LED STUDENT YELLS Pat Rutherford, Martha Eickelberger Ciel Wair, Carol Pottenger Ima Jean Miller. Center Ann Goebel. Maxine Craft, Patricia Staft, Rita Michael, Louise Perry, Mary Ohlinger, are the junior high cheerleaders 7TH GRADE BASKETBALL CHAMPS NAMED CHAMPIQN GIRL TEAM Top row: Anna Spicer, Shirley Enman, Mrs. Dorothy Alcorn, Marcella Vaughn, Darlene Abner. Bottom row: Mary Ruth Burnett, Imogene Power, Connie Maggard. CH I N BOYS TEAM y wo-I Q9 i Top row: Eddie Curran, Edward Shelton, Mr. Harry Hann Ernst Cole, Paul Williams. Bottom row: James Edds, Charles Kemp, Dave Campbell Hugh Richardson, Stanley Colwell. 1 Vx' 1 Qw f if 4 1 t Q Q rain, A pn 4,9 I NLV4 " xg 1 , ' Dearie, do you remember when we f X 1 , X .1 ,Z shopped in those various stores, and each day we purchased more and more? Clothing, food, and varied service were the things which we bought. Test your memory, my edearie. Do you re- call the restaurants where we used to eat, and the places where the gang used to meet? Dearie, life was cheerie in the good old days gone by. Do you remember? lf you remember, then you're much older than I. ,A 6. 259740111 - V p ' :nf Q , , . ' Q-7 wg imwidlii A Af M- ii3fff:Q2zlEgQ Phone 5-5559 32 Years in Hamil+on ZIMMER PAPER COMPANY 7+h. and Walnuf Srreef FISCHER HARDWARE and SUPPLY, Inc. 20 Norfh Third Sfreef HARRY'S LINOLEUM 81 WALLPAPER HEADQUARTERS INLAID LINOLEUM CARPETS WALLPAPER PAINTS experi' insfailafion-free es+ima+es free delivery 3l0 Sou+h Third Sireef Phone 3-I62I Hamil+on, Ohio QQUALI TY 1 ,Z -an ine jewelry BURNfS I24 High S+. Phone 2-2l57 o l' is M 5 In a"'ii!' 5 if ,rise .J .I iuigsjigm ag- iil'i ,'g!,vQ:l help. l'l, high ziifgil THOMAS D. Mc LAUGH LIN and 5g:giEis!.lgigg5 .Q -Il.: JUHN 1 KIEL sQ2.s!Isff.m55 ' . 1 , : Architects UMA, or-no 45-5Hs!5eEi5j!3i 1ii'a'5i5FE.f3! i'.!'!efS'hiI J EE! 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SNIDER STUDIO Oh CAMERA SHOP DiaI 3-24I2 536 Main Sfreef COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHER FURNITURE CAR PETS APPLIANCES THIRD and COURT STREETS 1 ,l.l ' t,y.'lJ . '-I UI. ul . . HAMILTON Retail Fuel Merchants Association FRANK HARDT of the c. B. oolge COMPANY 448 Holt Street Dayton 7, Ohio . 4 ' ' in 121.5 "fi it 'RI ' "l'iga'l'fiis Q :Ili f ieinli Wg! la 'I if 1 Az. i -xl1-ipili5:q,ei,f. Elmll Iii HH ,I ll HH: hglzllll l hall . -1. I 5, v 1' 1 3 i 1 :II f I l ',' ' 'li - 'H : 5 I .. 1 1, t 1 4 ll ,I 1 .'Q, I .:l, 'i ' ll l l l . A X 'I-ill' 'I - -' ' v ,. . A f n . i '- AI ' I , I 1' . 3 I- I I 1 .2 I , ,: l, llzi I 4 I U ,I . l. by ll ll. V., ,el nu ir' 4 ! i r i l l ' ' ' l 'ILM 4- 1 . l. 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OHIO um mn", in ,r Soufh Fronf PHONE Phone Hamilfon-Mason S 2'7862 3- I 457 Road ii gi FRENCH-BAUER Branch of Co-operative Pure Milk Association ics CREAM , AT IT'S BEST Zap!! Phones 4-7429, 4-7420 GOQD KFQQD 55l N. Sixfh S+ree+ Hamilion, Ohio Q A .ww - f 6 Xml, if am. 0 A ' T:??YNWa3.E':" ' Dir ,1'-iziiilfuiwii iw X YHWQEKEYZEEE 'fi.33',E'.1 11. , '253?53i?f:i321EiiQ1",E if 5-11Wl121?i22'1'-' ' ' BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '53 East Hamilton HARDWARE STORE I749 Grand Blvd. Dial 5-575I WE DELIVER Carpenter's BAKERY Phone 2-52I2 567 Main Hamilfon, Ohio HAMILTON JANITOR and SUPPLY Inc "WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING BUT THE JANITOR" Phone 3-873I 7 Main Slreel Hamillon, Ohio C. A. CLARK 81 SON ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES and SPORTS EQUIPMENT S. 2nd ST. Phone 37 Main Sfreel' HamiI'I'on, Ohio Office 4-6294 Home 3-5364 Firsf Na+ionaI Bank HAMILTON, OHIO f '1-. f i xefs , : i DRM" N STEAK SANDWICHES . . THICK The Original AW MALTS Doubie Deck ..."'. i Hamburger ': .f.- f . 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TOERNER Colonial 9025 LINDENWALD Drug Store Reliable Prescrip+ion Service L. W. SCHLEMANN zl Ploasani Ave. Phone 2-I462 "BIG ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU SMALL ENOUGH TO KNOW YOU" Compleie Home Furnishings ai' WEST SIDE FURNITURE CO. "FINE FURNITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD" IOI Main Sfreef Phone 2-926I ALL WOOL MARIPOSA BLANKETS SHULER and BENNINGHOFEN LINDENWALD FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER CALL PAIN-I-ERIS FRIEND DUERSCH COAL CO WOLPERT'S Dealers ,,, PAINT-WALLPAPER COAL 81 COKE I 2527 Pleasani' Avenue Mann 8: F Sis Maple Avenue LINDENWALD We are Dealers 'For Porfer Perfeci' Painis Unifed Wallpaper PAINTERS-PAPERHANG-ERS SUPPLIES 28 Years of Pain'l'ing and Decora'I'ors Experience Available 'Io You WILLIAM E. HIEB Mears and Provisions FREE DELIVERY IT'S FIIN TO FAT Phone 3-2632 I25 S. Third SI' Keiser I CLOTHING COMPANY He AT in fhe H d I Second Nafional Bank Bldg. y e S PHONE 4-43I4 I+'s Air Condifioned I30 S. Erie Highway Phone 4-9396 ROBERT L. KLAUS Funeral Direcior AMBULANCE SERVICE Lady Affendanf PHONE 2-I524 Corner of "F" SI. 8: Elvin Ave. H, HI.. n 'I - cl. 1, .l K. 'L-I.: U POTATO CHIPS "Bes+ by Tas1'e" I I l'l ' I' I .gI!ii5ilII Igigigfifgglii I 1 a I 1 my In-:QQ a ,fl ' n I . .. . 1 .g Hz' 'II 41,1 uilIII'yIII':lE I MII In gui in ' i IfsI5E5iIaII?E Eg!fsi5aQesiaI5 :eaIr,2ggai:II1 ?IIiIfIuiff'Ii! Ieiiisieiisiii' 1' y :sung 'sl ' H l'IIvl" 4 --ISI lu III.: 'I-' I-EI-IIElf'urIIiIai!1II1II Elf- II: Civ! II'1IIII1iI'F'2i'I I' 'HI fq,'!HIsII1:a-I-i,: -f,fsIl2lIIg:a:fg,:.:I'22g.qi1tg:g'g:s'4i-If.!I5Iflg2If-EfI-I.III1f1':25rI- I1"IIh NI" II'Ia:i1!:IaIIe:!1!:2ha.2?Ifiefemafiiu!saniii!S!II:III!E1srfIIa:Ime!:IE::si1:ez25:In2,u! sziiiei-IIs! 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I HAMILTON HARDWARE COMPANY IH rooms - Punts - cuss - Houszwms """""" 3'676' " 312 South Third Street ui' Hmluon . omo COMPLIMENTS OF LILLIAN McDANIEL Hillsboro, Ohio REPRESENTING HERFF JONES COMPANY Indianapolis, Indiana coneeme AND LQAN CAP and GOWN CO. if Campaign, IIIinois of HAMILTON :112:--Zi:-I-I-311'-'-'-'-I-'Z-1?1:iniEEE'-I-113132I121'-'-I-1'-'-'fiffr1331-Ri 5:1:5:2:1-in-2-21::fi-Z-16.25-5g1',:-':5::S::5:a:11.1.1:-s5!i15?::rfirixmI-1: HAMILTON VENETIAN BLIND LAUNDRY 650 Hooven Avenue Phone 2-I400 -:-rf:-gtg-.zz 21:1-g:-,-51. , :5:,.g,..,-:.g. 111:13 . 1 ,zg:,:.3 I'IENSLEY'S GROCERY l755 Grand Blvd. Fonnerly ArnoId's Grocery Qualify Meals-Fruifs-Vege'I'ables Frozen Foods-Sundries Phof-e 2-8I37 FREE I, ELIVERY HAMILTON Automobile DeaIer's Assn. CURT POWELL REAL ESTATE ResidenI'iaI lnduslrial-Invesfmenl' Farms Properly Managemeni-Appraisals INSURANCE Aufomobile-Fire-Casualiy and Bonds l75I Grand Blvd. Phone 4-897l Salesmen: DELMAR REECE WILLIAM PETZOLD, and ERNEST DOZIER HAMILTON SPORTS CENTER "COMPLETE sPoRTs ouTFlTTERs" -FISHING TACKLE- JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS Guns 8: Ammunifion 2309 Pleasani Avenue PHONE 2-030I HORNUNG BROS. GROCERY CHOICE MEATS-FRESH FRUIT? For Reliable Service And Dependable Qualify Come Io Homung's LINDENWALD 54-I Williams Ave. PHONE 4-8272 FRISCH'S Big Boy For Fine Food Big Boy Hamburger The Original IN HAMILTON 3I4 N. Erie Blvd. Phone 4-747I Ofhers Can Imi'I'aI'e- Day School Scene ai Ihe HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE BuI None Can Compare EVERY GRADUATE PLACED I53 Norfh Third SI. Phono 4-7663 Five Points SUPGY Mflfkef ROCKWELL TRACTOR SALES Open 7 Days Each Weelc "FORD FARMING HEADQUARTERS" 9:00 A. M.- I I:00 P. M. Phone 4-795I 25ll GRAND BOULEVARD R. R. No. 7 Hamil'I'on, Ohio Hamilion. Ohio SOUTHWESTERN OHIO STEEL CO. Industrial Warehousing Bell Ave. by I'he B. 8: O. R.R. HAMILTON, OHIO Phone +9977 or Cincinnafi-CH 2240 STEEL-ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE CHARTER FLIGHTS ANYWH ERE Consulf Us for Piclr-up 8: Delivery of Air Express No Nigh+ or lnslrumenl' Flighls HAMILTON AIRPORT, Inc ' Phone: 5-5994 "C E S S N A " Nighf: 5-5789 Air Tax Io and From Airline Terminals or 24905 Strauss' HAMILTON BARGAIN HOUSE N. E. Corner Third 8: Ludlow Sheet FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Phones 3-2424. 34566l David and Sons FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ross Avenue al' "D" Sfreel' C 6' C FOOD SHOPPE Feafuring Good Food-MacGregors Ice Cream 200I PLEASANT AVE. Co-owners HAROLD B. COMER and LOWLA CRUSE BABY CHICKS DOWNIE SCHOOL OF DANCE -L5 "Children a Specially" PHONE 4-93I2 540 Main Sfreei U. S. 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