Fairmont High School - Maple Leaves Yearbook (Fairmont, WV)

 - Class of 1937

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" 'Q ', M.gsgi'n!w+f?-QFVVQTV , E V , V ...V ar- V V -, - H52 Vu . wc I 9 3 7 MAPLE LEAVES PUBLISHED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS FAIRMONT SENIOR HIGH SCHGOL FAIRIVIONT, WEST VIRGINIA -+ FOREWORD is It is our desire to bring to you a collection of school activities and remeinbrances that will aid you in retaining forever the happiest years of your life. Never again will these days return except in memory. The Maple Leaves is a permanent record of school life. In order to preserve tradition, we have published this Maple Leaves by a stu- dent staff entirely and without the aid of faculty advisors. We hope that this book will live as a pioneer project and that we are able to please you, our critic. A+ DEDICATION +- We, the Junior Class of nineteen hundred and thirty- six, dedicate this book to the staffs of past Maple Leaves, who with their combined efforts produce-d annuals which are truly worthy of the admiration and consideration of all. There is no dissension or doubt concerning the estim- able work of the previous Junior classes. In dedicating this Maple Leaves, we wish to recommend the efforts of past staffs as a guide for those in the future. S 'ix i K MR. BUCKEY Fairmont High School is proud to have as a friend, advisor and principal, Mr. William E. Buckey. As the leader of our school, he has established himself firmly in the minds of all as a man of fine character and understanding. Many times he has renewed our affection and admiration for him by his constant cooperation with teachers and pupils. In the community, Mr. Buckey holds a most favorable position. Throughout the entire state he is considered a valuable man among the educational circles. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree and Master's Degree from West Virginia University. HERE'S TO OUR FACULTY One day St. Peter made an earthly call, He met some students in the High School hallg Oh, kind St. Peter, tell us if you know, Who in this High School is going below? Twice he stammered, stuttered, stopped, Finally he spoke firm as a clock "Why most of the Faculty are doomed to be, Little black angels for awhile," said he. "Yes, up in Heaven we are quite grand, But of all the teachers in this wicked land Yours are too good for our Heavenly band, SO we will leave them with Satan for a course in sin And' when they have worn their goodness thin If it pleases the Jr's, who are the ones we admire We will bring the Faculty to the land up higher." MR. WILLIAM E. BUCKEY, Principal IVY I. HUSTEAD, A.B., A.M. Business Arithmetic Plane Geometry XANNA B. GIBSON, B.S.H.E. Home Economics VIRGINIA RIDGE, M.A. Art LOUISE ROCK, A.B. World History MARIAN FRANTZ, A B. English III Jonrnalfsm Ross LUDWIG, B.S.P.E.' Physcial Education CAROLINE BRACKETT, A.B. Physical Education JENNIE HARSHBARGER, A.B., 1vI.s., M.A. Biology KESTER WILSON, A.B. Chemistry Physics MARGUERITE LAUGI-ILIN, A.B. French MILDRED PICKERELL, A.B. Turing Shorthand A. F. FONDAW, B.c.s. Bookkeeping Commercial Law Commercial Geography PAUL B. DAWSON World History American History CARRIE H. BOGGs, A.B. English Il Business English BETTY LEE BOYERS, A.Is. American History MARY MARGARET WRICK, A.B., A.M Latin JOEL JOHN:ON, A.B. Algebra Plane Geometry LUCILLE JENKINS, A.B., A.M. English III Public Speaking Dramatics ORA BRADBURY, A.B., II.s. Librarian HAROLD STEEN, B. s. Shop MARY V., SLEPESKY, B.c.s., A.B. TIIIWL9 EDNA MILLER COPELAND, B.s.I-I.E. English Il CHARLES M. HARDY, A.B. Biology VIOLA A. WOLFE, A.B., .M. English IV ENSEL J. HAWKINS Mechanical Drawing Archetectural Drawing ELIZABETH LANDIs, B.s. ' - I, U- nn, I H " M ' usic J ,dx - I.-" Seven 4 'S f 'F Aj 4 , 1 45 ur I 'l f AM 'MAPLE MERLE AMOS, Jr. Editor-in-Cliief RUTH HESS Feature Editor ELOISE ABEL Typist ELINOR JOHNSON Pfic,tu're Editor WILLIAM SCOTT Advertising MARTHA ALICE GREGORY Literary Editor ROBERT NELSON Art Editor 19237 LEAVESSTAFF BARBARA FANKHAUSER Assistant Editor-in-Chief LAWRENCE ABBOTT Adverl'is'i1zg MARGARET AMBROSE Solicitor BETTY STRAIGHT Business Manager DORIS MILLER Solicitor WARREN WARDEN A thletic Editor ELEANOR HARR Typist HELEN PETERS Organizutimz Editor .m 'Nine Ten SONG OF SUSAN She went so soon- Leaving the earth in solitude, The trees yet without bloom And birds without a songg She "whose brightness well might make Of dark night a day." She who was not born to die And so is more than dead! The night comes down Returning as beforeg Yet over the tree-tops Floats her song, That finds its answer In the quivering grass And night-dew tears in the creeping moss Above her ceaseless smile There in the sun forever! -ANNE PARKER SENIOR CLASS HE SENIOR CLASS, besides being the very heart of Fairmont Senior High School, has taken a great part in promoting Courage, Friendship, and Sportsmanship which has made our school one of the very best in this day of rivalry and competition. This class, which boasts some of the greatest successes in school activi- ties, has indeed set a standard for succeeding classes to follow and respect. As the Sophomore class it was one of the most welcomed that has ever come to this school. As the Junior class it was the very heart and center of all social and scholastic activities. And as the Senior class it is, undoubtedly, one of the best groups that was ever graduated from Fairmont Senior High School. May the school, as a whole, pay great and sincere respects to the Senior class of 1936-the brightest star in the Magnificent Scholastic Universe. Eleven JOHN AMOS "J, D." Maple Leaves '36, Rifle Club Hi-Y, "Mrs. Temple's Tele- gram" WILLA SLOCUM , fjji "Billie" Athletic Club 1 - MATILDA HAGA'N gzwzzier ' Choral Club, Ame Girl Reserves ' WILLIAM STURM A-Bfzzf' WILLIAM HULL "Willie" .. HOWARD MQFEE "Mac" Twelve - 1 M' L i f J tic Club MALZENA GANOE "Z'enfe" Orchestra, Athletic Club FRANK CLARK t'Moose" Track, Rifle Club JOSEPHINE SNIDER ' HJOH , w I MARX, JANE LYNCH "Janie" g - 'JF .9 N 1 'v L , Q. 4 . 5.2 ABNYNOE HALL l445u Choral Club, Athletic Club National Thespians "The Ryerson Mysteryn JOAN MANLEY "Jona1mie" Hi-Life, Choral Club Girl Reserves, Athletic Club x DOMINIFK MONELL "Dom" I '. x. BETTY ANN MILLS Athletic Club, Choral Club Red Crcss Representative "Huckleberry Finn" 'Tulip Time" SHIRLEY CURREY "1'1mHvy" Hi-Life, Girl Reserves Student Council, Choral Cl National Honor Society National Thespians, "The ub Brat", "Huckleberry Finn" CLARENCE E. SMITH "Bud" Hi-Y, National Thespians Hi-Life, "The Pot Boiler" "Huckleberry Finn" MARY E. HALL "Shrimp" ', Athletic Club CHARLES MANLEY "CharIfc" Hi-Y, Band Track MARIAN WELCH "Bud" Athletic Club EUGENE McDOUGAL "Gene" y Choral Club MARY HUNSAKER "Amyl' " - Choral Club ,J I V x MARTHA JA1d1a1I1'bbAN "Morsa Jane" Girl Reserves Arts and Crafts Club "Huckleberry Finn" EDWARD RUSSELL uEdxx ELINOR BARNES "Elinor" Girl Reserves, Choral Club French Club Thirteen RAYMOND COLE IERUZIYS MARY BELLE SYPULT "Belle" Athletic Club, National Thespians, 'tThe Brat" "Huckleberry Finn" v 'N ' 'L l .1 of ,J ROSEMARY DF,AB'riER W4 "I7Pab" J Hi-Life, Girl Reserves Forensic League PEARL RIGGS HPptpY9 STEPHEN AMOS "Microbc" Hi-Life, Maple Leaves '36 Secretary-Treasurer Sopho- Class Vice President Junior Class President Senior Class National Thespians National Honor Society "Huckleberry Finn", "The Brat", "The Pot Boiler" JOHN HEIM "Jolz-miie" Letterman's Club, National Thespians, Hi-Life, Hi-Y, Maple Leaves '36 "The Ryerson Mystery" "The Pot Boiler" Fozlrteen, -- 9 I BETTY JENKINS ' K Yl "Baba , Girl Reserves, Student xg' Council, Athletic Club, Choral Club, Junior Red Cross, Latin Club OSCAR DAVIS "Oswald" Hi-Life, "Huckleberry Finn" "The Brat" I . .rf , 5 I GENEVIEVE WILLIAMSON "VcPr" Choral Club I 5' 1 I . "fa I p ,yu ,, , tl ALICE EDGELL..,. l ' -ff' "Sailm"' 1 ' Girl Reserves Nfl 1'Mf.Q1,.1, , , Ross sT1NGo .RQSW I R . 5 EILEI-:N '-SAMMS "Bunny" fFrench Club, Girl Reserves ' Latin Club, Forensic League ROBERT HOW'ARD '11zn1,hy" Football Manager ,- FREIJA .RICHARDSON Hl'll'f'd!ln Maple Leaves '36 WILLIAM FREY "Hill" Band, Track, Football I A I ADALINE BROWN 14Adnvv Y ,A Hi-Life, Choral muh Athletic Club, Girl Reserves ROSEMARY LITTLE "Rosa" JAMES WILT ".l17mcro" W'restling Team BETTY JANE EDMUNDS "jamie" Girl Reserves DONALD HAWKINS "Don" V- , f F.. 1 . MARTHA SMELL "Mart" Athletic Club Girl Reserves F, CARMELA CARLOMAGNO , lKCUl'II1ClHll HAROLD SCOTT ft "Se0t1lie" ' l . 1 sr, ' . uf! M , 1 . , ivv ' Qs GRACE CHRISTOPHER "Gm-ce" ' Fifteen .2 ,' R. xi I RICHARD REED "Dirk JESSIE TATTA nelayys S ' VIRGINIA DUNCAN A'Ginny" . AA, ffj-74 f1f"""""e xLf,,,-444" ffg,f,gf.1',l',L,,n,..u-' If 'V' 2' ?r."'l'nfI'. ,f F .cv v-J uf , V '-fw-"A ,f Q 'b " 7-a--vs ' r MARGUERITE 'STEWART '4Steu" Biology Award '34 Athletic Club DONALD BATES "He1'ky" Hi-Y, Photography Club "Mrs, Temple's Telegram" WILMA MILLER , "W'ilm.a" ' Simteen - LEONA SHEW 15116053 Arts and Crafts Club ANTHONY TIANO "Tony" JEANNE WILSON 'AJecmia" MARY FREEMAN KiMa7,y!! Girl Reserves A I afiff ' ff La-ff 1"- ' , 1 A - , ff L 1, ' of " f C FZVELYN MARTIN 'Frecklesn Junicr Red Cross Girl Reserves BYRON TALKINGTON "Byron" x.- THURL HENDERSHOT "Hen" "Mrs. Temple's Telegram" LUCILLE HUFF "Honey" Choral Club Girl Reserves JOHN MORRIS "John" I ' .0 LOUISE O'NEIL "Olney" . Athletic Club Girl Reserves. . : 1 'rrLEg.Mk4y1s1-1 I B 8 .,V, mr 5. I 1,7 THOMAS MANLICY "Tom" Biology Award Band and Orchestra Glee Club, Track ZIV: .fb , I L.. fl CATHRINE CLOUSE 1KKayU THOMAS DUDLEY "Dad" HVELYN CUMMINGS "Evelyn" Athletic Club, Girl Reserves Forensic League Arts and Crafts Club ' HELEN TROTTA "Helen" DAVID PRICKETT "Dave'f,.fv-f. 4 ii. Photography Club . ,, d ', ' I 1 . ' N, - 1 0 , 1 ' , , 0 . I Y In Q 1 l .1 , . KATHRINE RIQNNER "Ka1tty f' I.. Seventeen fill I tm BURNE LL PETHAI: "Peth" f - Ax N rx . MARY BORING School Bookkeeper Choral Club, "Tulip Time" JANE FISKE DAVIS "Fiske" Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class Arts and Crafts Club Girl Reserves National Honor Society , A3 Ifaiwifv' sYLifi'4l MCNURLEN "Mlm Athletic Club CHESTER TALKINGTON "Samson" Band, Orchestra I MARTHA SATTERFIELD HL6e!! M Eighteen - I 4 AVARILLA HUNSAKER "Rilla" Girl Reserves Office Assistant JAMES VERNON .,Jimmy,, LLOYD BENNETT "La1zky" "Tulip Time" x.,,f V-x A, ' 'yy .!.1-if-I JF-I 4 it 1' 'ff I BEATRi6E ISRAEL llgeal! Choral Club, Athletic Club Hi-Life, Girl Reserves "Tulip Time", "Mrs. Temple's Telegram" MARIAN BLUMETTA "Marian" x, X ,Z 5 - I - u 5 H " 3 S 'X u g X WILLIAM CONRAD HBZTZZY! Rifle Club HELEN HOOD NH-HI! Glee Club Junior Red Cross 1 I- 'W I MARTHA CONAWAY "Martha" Girl Reserves Athletic Club JOHN COPPAGE HAVO"'l1l7liPn Stage Crew, "Tulip Time" LOUISE SATTERFIELD "Lou," I, 4 I O' NAOMI HAwK11i11s "M0yome" 'y Junior Red Cross Girl Res-mes f Athletic Club 1 ALBERT COLLINS Hzackil Photography Club Boxing Club Manager RAYMOND HOULT "Bud" SANDY CINALLI HD0g!! Xu Hi-Life MARIAN LEASOR "Marklin" Choral Club, Blue Triangle Athletic Club Forensic League, "Tons of Money" 1 KATHRINE SMITH "Kfffy" Athletic Club JENNINGS DUSKEY -'Dil-L-'I Hi-Y I My GD fiuwff . L 0604: Ng: ' WAIA7 2 v MARY LITTLE .lfBettyn s - Nineteen xi 1 .1 R , - 3 V -P' ff V 1 If K THORTQ IAR- ow ffrzwmo H J3 . 1.9 Q ,, v' HELEN TOOTHMAN "Pee Wee" . ' fGlee Club , , JILDO ZACCAGNI "Jill" Vice-President Senior Class National Honor Society PAULINB COX -KP0lly!7 . At letic C , Choral Club Gi lf Res ves, Hi-Life NAfi lfhespiahs " l-.- f a fS Peggy" "H ckleberr I 'nn",, "The Brat' l MELBA RAMSAY "Blondie" Athletic Club JAMES DELLIGATTI 4sJimmyvv Twenty - GLENNA HANNA "Yonnie" Latin Club FREEMAN CAMPBELL 'iCam" Boxing Club MARY MacLUCKIE "Cluckie" Choral Club National Thespians Maple Leaves '36, Hi-Life VIVIAN BROWN "Vivien Choral Club, Blue Triangle Junior Red Cross UMimi Lights the Candel" EARL 'SMEDLEY flsmedif 'L . ' ' "Vi Jr.s-994.0411 f MARGARET DAY "Kate" "Tons of Money" 'fx": K 1, 54' i x . - N. . b N I' X v I' 5 " 5 , . ROBERT VARNER -IBC-'bbyn FANNABELL GERKIN "FU?lllUb6Il6,' , VICTOR TAMUTI "Vic" JJ 1 y x , FRANCFS JACK ' t "Ja-c'lfie" 1 W JOSEPHINE TALBERT ...lon Athletic Club Student Council BETTY LEE ALLEN algettyn Forensic League ELOISE MITCHELL A "Texas" WALTER SCARZENSKI ..BMd,, MARY SHUTTLESWORTH "Shuttle" nfl' J f VICTOR FORTE "Stumps" Hi-Y, Football Wrestling ELIZABETH ANN SAYLOR allzzyli Athletic Club Forensic League PAUL JONES Twenty-one JOHN MAURER "John" Band FLORENCE P. ASH LKFZOU Glee Club LEONARD BROIDY "Cookie" Hi-Life '36, French Club "Mrs. Temple's Telegram" Stai' DARYL HENDERSON AsHe,'FJ g NADINE SYPULT "Sypult" Girl Reserves ANTHONY ROMANO UA. JIU Maple Leaves '36, Hi-Life "Huckleberry Finn" Staff Twenty-two - EMMA JEAN FUNK "Jean" Girl Reserves JAMES STRAIGHT l "Jimmie" GRACE GORDON GRIMES "G1'ac'ie" MARY ELEANOR MASON uljerryu ff ROBERT SOULE K6B0b7l Hi-Y, Band, Orchestra ,ik HELEN- LITIPLE iSWeeH S WILBUR PARKER HBH? Band, Orchestra "Huckleberry Finn" Staff ,J . 1' JJ 't' jx ELAINE SHREVE i IGI ' f'Shiver" J JNational Thespians, Hi-Life ji fri Athletic Club, Choral Club National Honor Society .I x ,h!., ' WINIFRED MILLER "Wil1,nie" French Club, Latin Club Girl Reserves National Honor Society 4 1 1 '40 'Aoi 1" etc' PAULINE caousi-mix, .L "Pll'1iUVff-Uv"a"' ' ' ' Athletic Club l I pg U'k'VL4'-' HARRY ADAMS 1113. VVS: vu . Y' ' Q . q- V- BETTY LEE HAMILTON l ' 1."Betty Lou" ' Choral Club, Girl Reserves ' ' Band Sponsor, "Tulip Time" - "Huckleberry Finn" BETTY LOU AMIVIONS "Chicken" 1, I I L A lf CARL HOLBERT '-Cwfzv Hi-Y, Forensic League Maple Leaves '36 National Honor Society BETTY SPURGEON "Betty" RUTH WILBERN liRLlfll:6,, n A ' 161f,1f,fl'if- ' ARJORIE FAUST "Margie" Choral Club, "Tulip Time" WILLIAM NUTTER "Bill" National Honor Society National Thespians Hi-Y, Maple Leaves '36 Band, "Huckleberry Finn" i'The Pot Boiler", "The Brat' - Twenty-three ,xx X X by ..,. ,lu .Q , 5 C .1 X T ul ox' CLARA SORDI '4Ritzy" K Glee Club ' Girl Reservdbf' I ,nal :IOHN DEISON 4'Coodle" XXX National Honor Society ' Hi-Y, Glee Club Baseball, "Tulip Time" HELEN TElJRlCK K?Bll'0lUll Eyesn f l I 1 I Twenty-four - .Mw- I . ALBERT BUTCHER "Butch" , . 3 A TERESA NASH "Teo'esa" Hi-Life MARY MARCIANO s4Ma1,yxr UNPHOTOGRAPHED ARCURI, ALVETA ARNETT, ALLEN BLAZEK, EDWARD BOYCE, ARNOLD BRUNO, CARMELA CARPENTER, PAUL FUNK, JAMES HARTLIEB, JULIAN HESS, DARLA HUPP, OLEMENS JENNINGS, JOSEPH JONES, PAUL KEENER, LUCY KRAUSE, WILLIAM MAROIANA, MARY MARTIN, ROBERT MCLAIN, HAROLD MCNEMAR, HAROLD MILLER, WILMA SENIORS MOFFA, ANTHONY MOLENOCK, CARL f 1 MORGAN, MILDRED PATTON, THELMA PITROLA, AGATINA RETZLAFF, MARY RIEFER, LOUISE RIGGS, LILLIAN RIGGS, VIRGINIA ROWAN, SHERWOOD SATTERFIELD, PEARL SHERBS, ELEANOR SHULTZ, JOE STEVENS, MARGARET THOMAS, MARGUERITE WATSON, JOHN WHITEHAIR, ROBERTA WILBURN, RUTH WILSON, ERNEST WORTHINGTON, EDWARD SF XX -- Twenty-five TO OUR JUNOR CLASS The doors are closing on the morning of life Stand not on the dark side come with ine into the light These three years have crept while snows have lingered These three years have sped at the Spring returned You have grown richer but a brighter light through this last door will bathe you in Knowledge and Glory Clutch tightly your prizes in one hand and the emptiness of your other shall be filled. -ANNE PARKER Twenty-seven BARBARA JEAN CLINTON "Gussie" Athletic Club, Latin Club Girl Reserves, "The Brat" LEO PREN RQASTJY gg yy XIV .' .'- Leolwul up J if . Q - .fl fy l ff I ls ,, by K t I ANNA LEE WILFONG ffA!nn,, DAVID PATTERSON llDa,ve,Y fl -a w I SWINBURN sjJRA1GfiT "Swi'n." K, l,,. K I' L 2 !"- O 1-if K N -51 xt U : jf' - A S RosAL1E COLE "Rosie" Twenty-eight - if ,v. Q ' .n A Al AW NELSON HULL "Bulwark" 4-H Club LOUISE LONGISTRETH UG, J, K 9 " -3 J x .J ' 1 .tx ' J .., fm ,X N Jsnljd J'J ,f,,-mg OQEETEKA PER Q 'fobbyu ll N J BETTY LU JORGENSEN Girl Reserves ANTHONY YANERO "Infant" BETTIE STRAIGHT "Bettie" Junior Red Cross, Latin National Hcnor Society Biology Reward '35 Maple Leaves '37 Club JACK LITTLE uRedn HELEN COFFMAN nlji-Hyrx Choral Club JOHN JOSEPH MULVEHILI. f uJ0Cn KATHARINE DAVIS "Kay" Athletic Club, French Club Girl Reserves, Latin Club MADELIN E KENNEDY "Madolyn" Orchestra MARY CARROLL "W'inifrr'd" Junior Red Cross Girl Reserves, Athletic Club "Tulip Time" DAVID LOMBARDO uDa-vein Boxing Club, Orchestra ELIZABETH FARINASH ullibbiyn Girl Reserves RALPH STRAIGHT "Ralphie" PEARL CORBIN "Peanuts" CHARLES RUMBAUGH "Rzun.ba" RUTH TH EIS "Milos" Girl Reserves Twenty-nine GEORGE MORAN "Georgie" Latin Club, French Club Forensic League President So homore Class P "Murdered Alive" NAIDIE SHAFFER "Naidie" ANDREW SCARZENSKI s:Andyxs MADELINE MYERS "Guggic" EVERETT LEE KlEd!! RUTH ELEANOR WILLS "Ruth" Thirty - MARTHA JEAN HILGHMAN "Connie" Girl Reserves French Club HAROLD MAYERS "Maye1'sie" Band, Orchestra T1 1 BETTY JEAN ORR "Bettie" Choral Club, Girl Reserves "Tulip Time" WILLIAM SCOTT ugillyn Maple Leaves '37 HELEN RUTH PETERS "Petie" Girl Reserves Junior Red Cross Maple Leaves '37 WILLIAM M. PATTON KlBuTpYl "Murdered Alive" ELEANOR .IANIC HARR Athletic Club Girl Reserves Maple Leaves '37 UGO SORDI "Oogff:" Football, Basketball Manager Junior Red Cross KATHRYN HUTSON "KiHy" Girl Reserves f' j , JACK L. CROSS '- Q "lSrlilnr" ' , I' Hi-Y, "Tons of Money" ANNE MCLEAN PARKER "Mac" President Arts and Crafts Club, Girl Reserves, French Club, Photography Club, Vice President State Student Council Association IIERMAN CLEM SUMMERS liBIlf8DPI',, Photography Club 'nkaiff ROGER LEPER "Slugger-Mci':ter" Radio Club CLARA TEITT "Clara" ROLLIN CARPENTER "Tenber1'11" Photography Club Hi-Y MAXINE RUNNER "Marie" ARTHUR BROWN . acA7,t11 Arts and Crafts Club Photography Club "Candlelight" QQEJJ "Frei le" K . Thzrty one MARY- . MoATs no p,v'. , Athletic Club Lv " Q- Girl Reserves L K L, 5, v, I 1 l I A ,, Jr? , ' i MARTHA ALICE GREGORY UMW,-Cie" Athletic Club, French Club Junior Red Cross, Latin Club 7 L '37 Clbflppge eaves lv a 5 ,' '-f X W S - 1 , W . P WARR,ENg WARDEN Z' 5'Frogglle" ,Football, Basketball i tudent Council '36 etterman's Club "Tulip Time" 'AMurdered Alive" "Cynthia's Strategy" .. thletic Honor Society NELMA REE MCNEMAR s-Aldon EDGAR McCARTY HEd!! BETTIE WEGERICH "Ginger" Choral Club, French t'Tulip Time", "Murdered Alive" EDWARD A. PENCE HNGd!v Basketball, Football French Club, Vice President Junio Thirty-two -4 Club r Class MERLE AMOS "Laddie" National Thespians Forensic League Maple Leaves '37, "The Brat "The Ryerson Mystery" "Mrs. Temple's Telegram" RUTH HESS "Ko0k" Cheer Leader Maple Leaves '37 "Tulip Time" "Murdered Alive" ROBERT NELSON "Bob" Stage Crew, Hi-Y. Wrestlin Maple Leaves '37 LOUISE COLEBANK "Louizie" French Club, Photography Club, Forensic League JAMES POLLOTTA "Rodeo" F oren sic League Latin Club Jeff, MARJORIE CLAYTON '4Ma1'jorie" Girl Reserves 1 .f ,I ln f- I ,I V' "A f E ' J J jf!! fl, A y. it i BETTY BROWN "Trudy" Athletic Club "Tulip Time" HENRY WEBER y,. NAU., . I , Hi-Y ' ,f 'V 1 N, f , l MARGARET J. AMBROSE "Jane" Assembly Committee National Thespians Maple Leaves '37 RICKY MARRO URirlA-yi! LOUISE ENLOW "Weezie" Girl Reserves CARMEN PROZILLA "Carmey" JOHN TATTA 'swan Football, Basketball Lettermarfs Club s JEAN CURREY "Jeanie" Girl Reserves EDWARD KOSKO "Eddie" Basketball, Football, Baseball ELEANOR EDGELL "Pm1m11t" Girl Reserves ROBERT HERBERT nBObn Football, Basketball Lette1'man's Club CATHRINE KEMBLE 4tKayx1 - Thirty-three DAVID CURRY "Curry" Photography Club MARY JANE CURRY Upouyu Photography Club, French Club, Athletic Club, Girl Reserves 'tMurdered Alive" ROBERT SHACKLEFORD KtB0b!Y Football, Baseball MARY JO FISCHER melon 3 I GLENDALE CLAYTON KKP,r0Af7! Radio Club Photography Club JULIA OILER ueludyn Thirty-four -- DORIS v. MILLER raD0dy'1 Girl Reserves, Athletic Club Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class, Maple Leaves '37 LAWRENCE ABBOTT Radio Club, Band, Maple Leaves '37 "Murdered Alive" Staff BETTIE TAYLOR Kfgabaf! Latin Club Arts and Crafts Club WILLIAM ARTHUR FREY IKBud1Y Band, Orchestra JE ANNE GRABE "Jeannie" TOMMY TUCKER "Tommy" BARBARA FANKHAUSER KlBeaY? Choral Club, French Club, Maple Leaves '37 "Tulip Time" "Mrs. Temple's Telegram' "Murdered Alive" ROBERT JUDY ..B0h,, Baskeiball, Football, Track President Junior Class "Tulip Time" ELOISE ABEL HTnd0Y1 Maple Leaves '37 CHARLES HAMILTON "Bud" ALMA HAWKINS "Almie" Girl Reserves LESTER KARL "Les" 1 'W lab r - A as V :li ,pmkm , K S'-g J 49 LEE HILLBERRY ILIICGSY Band EMMA J ANE SUTTON "Empo" National Forensic League Girl Reserves GERALD RIGGS uejerryn I 1 I EDNA RIDENOUR' L V s4Edu Q Q 3 I I 1 y f,.fxP B ERT BERRY "F'i1m" AGNE S WEST "Buz,:ie" . s Thirty-five GLENN FORDYCE "Glen" MARY JANE DOBBIE "Debbie" Junior Red Cross Choral Club, Athletic Club Cheer Leader, "Tulip Time" "Murdered Alive" DAVID R EED HD. A." Radio Club OLIVE MARIE HOLBERT "Wee Wee" Latin Club, Girl Reserves gf A ' 'f ' ' --. .K 12 its ARNOLD STEWART "Stew" Wrestling Team JANE CHAMBERS "Janie" French Club Thirty-six - THEODORE LAWRY "Doreen Latin Club JOHN MITCHELL " Yo n nie" ELINOR JOHNSON xsxselbyxy Choral Club, Athletic Club National Thespians, "The Brat", Mrs. Temple's Tele gram", "The Ryerson Mys tery", "Tulip Time" JOHN CUMMINGS xscumupsx Hi-Y BERTHA THOMAS KlB0tl7 Girl Reserves DARRELL SMITH "Smitty" SUSAN HAYMOND "Snooze" Choral Club, Athletic Club Band Sponsor "Murdered Alive" RAY RICHARDSON llRayY7 BESSIE LAMBERT "Bessie" HAROLD BALLENGEE llHalH Basketball, Football, Boxing "Tulip Time" SARA LOWERY "Sally ' RAY MON D NAY tlNuyll Football Letterman's Club JEAN ROWE "Jeanie" French Club ROBERT ICE KSBOIIY! Band, Orchestra DORIS LEE BOWEN "Touts" Orchestra FRANK LLOYD "Frankie" Arts and Crafts Club Photography Club, Hi-Y 4 ,,, "Mrs, Temple's Telegram" -.4 nn.,-if LAURA RIDENOUR nsEdnusn JOHN HAWKINS "Atlas" Hi-Y, Boxing Thirty-seven DAVID ROWAND "Dizzy" Football, "Tulip Time" MARIAN HOUGH srHu'0'y'! Girl Reserves NEYSA SLATER " "Nick" J, WELTY GOODE "Goodie" Hi-Y, Radio Club, Wrestling JEAN LAWRY "Jean" Thi1'ty-eiyht- BETTY LEE ACKER "Bettie" Arts and Crafts Club Latin Club, "Tulip Time" MARY MARTHA TALBOTT "Mary" Girl Reserves, Athletic Club Arts and Crafts Club x , ., V 'H lbs I ""'vhk 'V 51 J ' . rm 'I 44 W is 1' L I DONALD L. NIMBLETT MDM, Football, Basketball Letterman's Club JULIA TESTA nejudyu Girl Reserves DORTHY SLUSSER unotsx - J' I -1 L, L IVE' ?,J Jwrm, UNPHOTOGRAPHED J U NIORS AUCHSTATTER,DOROTHY BAINBRIDGE, WILLIAM BERRY,RERT BRowN,PAUL COLONT1NA,JOHN cHRIs'I'AIN, MARGARET CHH STNER,HORACE CLINE, EVA MARION CHJNE,ROBERT CINALLI, JOE COBUN,JAMES CONLEY,KENNETH CONSTABLE,EDWARD CIMINO, LOUIS EBERLY,MAYNARD EDDY,MARTHA EvANs,sTEvE FETTY,ROBERT FRANKLHL EDNA GLASSCOCK,HUGH GRABB,STELLA GRANDSTAFF,FRANK GRAY,JOHN HALL,GERRY HALL,HELEN HARTLEY,wALTER HILL, MARIE HOLT,JACK HOOK,GEORGIA HUPP,FRANCE JOHNSONQWHJJAM ARTHUR JoNEs,REx KEARNS,LYNDON KARL,LESTER IJTTLE,BETTY JEAN LIVELY, EDWIN MAMHANO,MARGARET MAHNN,FRANCE MASON, VIRGIL MAZUR, ZANE MONELL, FELIX MORACE, LOUIS MORACE, CHARLES MORGAN, HAROLD MORRONE, MOLLY NANNIE, JOSEPH OWENS, JOE PICA, ROSE POWELL, THURSTON REIFER, FRANCIS ROBINSON, WILLIAM LA ROSA, ROBERT SAPP, ROY SESTITO, JOSEPH SHAW, GEORGE SHROYER., LEWIS SLUSSER, HELEN STINGO, HELEN STEWART, LOUISE SWISHER, MARJIORY TANO, ROSE MARIE TERLOSKY, MICHAEL TETRICH, CLIFFORD TOOTHMAN, VIRGINIA VARNER, DONALD VICTOR, HAROLD VIGNA, CLARA VINCENT, CLAUD VINCENT, DARREL VINCENT, LOUISE VINCENT, JACQUELINE WATSON, BETTY WARDER, ROBERT WE'ST, VI-OLET WILMOTH, JESSE WORTHINGTON, MARY Thirty-nine Forty SOPHOMORE CLASS .... El ... HE SOPHOMORE CLASS entered Fairmont Senior High in the year nineteen hundred thirty-five, with their entrance the spirit of radiant youth prevailed. Their pep and enthusiasm inspired the entire school. Upon coming to this school they were at a loss as to which way to go, getting lost at the turn of every hall, but now these future Juniors can go anywhere without becoming confused. Many from the Sophomores have always admired the Juniors and Seniors and are striving toward the destination of replacing them. Next year it is hoped that the Sophomores will carry on with the same fine spirit that has characterized them this year and that they will live up to the expectations held for them. lst Row: 2nd Row: Back Bow: MR. STEEN'S GROUP Kathleen Ice, Mary K. Frye, Mary Alice Schartz, Cathrine West, Vera Pethal, Opal Shaffer, Betty Gattuin, Virginia Smith, Mary Rombola. Ruth llarker, Carolyn Burella, Phurhey Lakey, Pauline Roinino, Frances Tchinski, Goldie Bacon, Rosie Oliverio, Ada Khinehart. Robert Thoinassey, Mary Gail Oliver, Mary Belle Thomas, Alice Thoinpson, Betty Ruth Patrick, Helen Gooloska, Charles Coug'hl,in. lst Row: Zlnd Row: Back Row: 1 f' A' fLA,l c " 7 . ,, ,W C. f' . ,,f' L, .NH u i"4... .M A11-,,iu fl' Qxusls BOGG'S C.RoUr X Rose Mary Arne-tt, Betty Hood, Gladys Fluharty, Marilynwlsiivis, Martha Strupe, Betty Thomas, Martha Duff, Peggy King, Charlotte Miller, Lucille Galnoe. .lohn Cole, Howard Jamison, Jack Wade, Murray Taylor, Betty Brooks, Jane Weaver, Mary Nimblett, Bill Morgan, Mable G. Randall, Charles Anderson, Fred Workovich, Robert Riggs. Lou Helmick, Howard' Holtzworth. Hubert Bevans. Lorentz Emery, Byron Toothman, Jack Hutchinson, Tom McLeary, Parks Robinson, Frank Everest, Rayninod Fisher. - Forty-one lst Row: 2nd Row: Back Row: MISS FRANTZ S GROUP Floren.e Hawkins, Loretta Morice, Alice Baker, Ruth Donaldson, Norma bowen, Betty Barbee, Virginia Fleming, Ruth A. Poling, Nancy Forester, .eanne Connell, June Sattertield, Winifred Dilts. Esther Colebank, Mary Prelc, Mary E. Schwarm, Mary Buchanan, Doren Spencer, Frances Stotler, Anna M. Cook, Frances Petty, Mary A. LeVelle. Betty Persick, Joan Jones, Gretchen Snoderly, Sara J. Halley, Doris Flem- ing, Georgianne Murray, Betty J. Cox, Frank Mallamo, Pete Campione, William Arnett, Kenneth Morgan, Miss Frantz, Junior Ashur, Junior Brown, Sam Vaughn, Stuart Ely. lst Row: 2nd Row: 3rd Row: 4th Row: Forty-two -r- MISS LAUGHI,IN'S AND MR. HAWKINS' GROUPS Betty A. Scatter-day, Mary C, Cunningham, Barbara Yost, Ethel King, Odessa Speck, Dessie Arnett, Betty Wilson, Mary T. Jacques, Sara J. Toothman, Margaret J. Craft. Mary H. Yates, Mary J. Travis, Florence Clayton, Ruth Roderick, Mary E. Barrow, Helen Talbert, Mary C. Carr, Rachel Schultz. Paul Sapp, Eugene Shaver, Julio Zaccagni, Vincent Rodtka, Dana Yost, Napoleon Mazur, Edwin Minor, Junior Davis, Anthony Belcastro, Ronald Boyd, Edward Yost. Lucille Merrill, Mary E. Palmer, Alberta Riggins, Virginia Decker, Bud' Havilcheck, Norma Hawkinberry, Kathryn Koon, Loruma Hurst, Kenneth Lake, Woodrow Harris, Cecil Berry, Hillis McLain, William Christy, Junior Gibson, Harrell Wilson, Basil Viands, James McDonald, Junior Hamilton. 'Navi .n!'jf,1Vy,,, lst Row: 2nd Row: Hack Row: MR. FUNIJAW'S GROUP Rose llellerite, Delcie Kihbe, Adeline Carlomagno, Carmela Cassetta, Kath- arine Marro, Mary Elia, Bertha llahato, Kathryn Neville, Retty .lane Cunningham, Rachel Trotta. Marpraruitn Richardson, Mary Frances Meale, Florence Herhert, Minnie Meale, Mildred Moore, Margaret Davis, Ernestine Powell, Betty Jean Bartlett, Maxine Ilumire, Anna Christie, Raymond Closson. Wilbert LeMasters, Carmen Carlone, Dorsey Cole, John Sheltman, Chesley Whitehair. lst Row: 2nd Row: Back Row: MISS BRACKETT'S GROUP Marguerite Garner, Ruth Graham, Dorothy Bainbridge, llelen Argetsinger, Betty Wright, Florence Vaughan, Frances Jenkins, Rhoda Carroll, Mar- guerite Billingfslea, Betty MeCray, Laura Donlin, Loraine West, Mary Manley. Clyde Snider, .lunior Wilson, Junior Stewart, Edward Kurrzak, Len Witt. John Saylor, Ralph Weekly, John Jones, Robby Robey, Charles Varner, Lynn Mcliuuehlin. David' Thompson. W'lli'm Woodward. .lim Cole, James Facemire, George Randall, John D 1 .1 llawlfins, Charles Crawford, William Holt, Jack Ridgley, Eugene Wlltlllldll - Fu rty-three "THE BRATH i lj i HE THESPIANS with great success presented their play of the year, "The Brat". Shirley Currey starred in the title role, Oscar Davis took the male lead. Others taking part were Barbara Clinton, Pauline Cox, Elinor Johnson, Mary MacLuckie, Elain S'hreve, Mary Belle Sypult, Billy N utter, Stephen Amos, and Laddie Am-os. Oscar and Laddie presented with reality a drunken scene which was well liked by the audience and Mary Belle Sypult as a small child stole many laughs. The play dealt with "The Brat" who was brought into the home of Mrs. Forrester and her two sons to live. While she was there she imagined herself to be in love with MacMillian Forrester, older son and supporter of the family. However, a lot of rivalry entered here between the Brat and Angela Sinythe, who was engaged to MacMillian. Meanwhile, Stephen, the idle younger son, fell in love with the Brat but she regarded him as a big brother. As the play reached its climax, the Brat found out that it was Stephen she really loved and the two went out west on a much anticipated honevmoon. Directed by Lucile Jenkins. "MRS TEMPLEYS 'I'ELEGRAM" .- lj i The Dramatics Class presented as their annual play "Mrs, Temple's Telegram". T H E C A S T Mrs, Temple .,.,.., ,.........,....,....,....,.....l......... B arbara Fankhauser Mr. Temple ......... ..................... M erle Amos Mrs. Fuller ..l...... ...,....... E linor Johnson Mr. Fuller .,............. ............... J ohn Amos Dorthy .,.,...,.,..,.......,..t ........ B eatrice Israel Captain Sharp ,,,,,..,,,., ........... D onald Bates Mrs. Brown ................ ........ M elba Ramsey Mr. Brown ..,,........,. ,...................,...,... ..,............. ,............... F r a nk Lloyd Wigson ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,....,,,..,,,,.,,.,,,,.,.,,..,.,....,... Thurl Hendershot Directed by Lucile Jenkins The plot concerned the doubting of Mrs. Temple as to the whereabouts of her husband the previous night. Mr. Temple 'seeking an excuse, invents the name and address of John Brown as his companion of the night. Mrs. Temple, doubting this story, sent a telegram to the designated place and to Mr. Temple's surprise a real John Brown turned up. Mrs. Brown was infuriated when Mr. Brown received the telegram and several mixups occurred. Everything was finally straightened out and all the many diffi- culties were finally solved. Fm ty four -- Ni A V ,1 Nw 4 1, ' 1 Q R R I Z A T I O N S HI-LIFE -Eli Editor-in-Chief ...... . ,....... S tephen Amos News Editor ........ ...v ............ J oan Manley Make-up Editor .o....,... .Ao..oo S hirley Currey Business Manager .,....,,...s .....,. .oo.o.o. M a rian Leasor Advertising Manager ....,...........,,...,.......... Mary MacLuckie Advisor, Marian Browning Frantz Hi-Life, Fairmont High School's journalistic publication which repre- sents "the voice of the students", is published every other week. The journalism class studies the various parts of a newspaper and an elected staff publishes the paper. The primary purpose of the paper is to voice the opinions of the student body and to keep the students in con- tact with all school activities. The major secondary purpose is to teach advanced composition through a course in journalism to those who are interested in this type of work. The make-up of a newspaper, news, feature and human interest stories, advertising, reviews, editorials, and columns, were studied throughout the year. Forty-six - . ,K Y. ' ,...-K kg , , V GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB 1 D ... President ..,,..w,...... ........ K atherine Smith Vice President ,.i..,,,e,,e .. ........ Mary Worthington Secretary-Treasurer ,.....,. ,.....,.t...,tt.. D oris Miller Program Chairman t...,.....,.........,.t..,,,.,tt,.,ttt.... Elaine Shreve Advisor, Miss Brackett During the past year the Girls' Athletic Club has been very active and has held many various kinds of tournaments. These tournaments were played during the noon hour or after school hours, in the gym. Every sport was represented in these tournaments. Every member participating in these events were striving to gain points to receive a letter. Many of the girls worked as hard as the boys to earn their letter. Six hundred points must be earned by a girl at the end of her senior year before she can be awarded a letter on recognition day. One can earn points by: holding an officeg being the member of a team being a captain of a squad or teamg participating in the gamesg good sportsmanshipg having perfect attendance at meetingsg being a member of the clubg playing the piano for the classg being a field judge and being the outstanding senior girl. This club is one of the largest in the school. - Forty seven 1 NATIONAL THESPIANS .- E ... President ............... .,....... L addie Amos Vice President .......,. ..........,.........,,.,,,,,, E linor Johnson Secretary ,.,.....e..ee,....,,.4....,.,.....,...,,,,..A......,,. Mary MacLuckie Advisor, Lucile Jenkins The aim of the National Thespian Society is to promote interest in high school dramatics. With this aim in view the club planned many events during this year. They presented "The Brat" in the middle of March which was enjoyed by all who saw it and the society planned many events on future dates. The society is one of the most outstanding organizations of the school. The Thespians have done extensive work throughout the time they have been in the school. Under the able direction of Miss Jenkins, the Thesfpians were certain of the dramatic success they have and will make this year. In order to become a member the student must show acting ability and participate in some of the school plays given during the year. By the plays that have been given during the past years it is apparent that there is talent in this organization. Forty-eight - THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY im- AD ASTRA CHAPTER President ,.....................................R...........,........... Carl Holbert Vice President ..e..,... .......,... W illiam Nutter Secretary ............... ............................... S hirley Currey Advisor .....,.. .....,................... M iss Ivy I. Hustead Council Mr. William E. Buckey Miss Ivy Hustead Miss Louise Rock Miss Mary Margaret Wrick The National Honor Society has completed another year of service to the school and has served as an objective to which the persevering few have attained. The object of this society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy scholarship, to encourage the development of character of Fairmont Senior High School students and to hold these things before the school as a goal. To be eligible for membership, a student must stand in the upper third of his class in scholarship. He must distinguish himself in service, leader- ship and character. The society is the most outstanding in the school and it is a great honor to be elected to membership. On the emblem of the society is a torch around which are the letters C., S., L., and S., which stand for Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Service. . - Forty-nine Fifty w f President. President .. .,,, . I will be G GIRL RESERVES 3. E 1. As a Girl Reserve I Will Try "To Face Life Squarelyn And "To Find and Give The Best" racious in manner I mpartial in judgment R eady for service L oyal to friends R eaching toward the best E arnest in purpose S eeing the beautiful E ager for knowledge R everent to God V ictorious over self E ever dependable S incere at all times Il,.r.m,Shi1'ley Currey Josephine Talbert JUNIOR RED CROSS -..ll:I... President RRR,,RRRRRRR,.RRRR v,RRRR. ,..... B e tty Jenkins Vice President .ee.e RR .,.e.ee Mary Jane Dobbie Secretary .,,.e,ee.ee RR R R. R. ee.AA....... Naomi Hawkins Treasurer eeeeieee. eere.ei R RRRRR RRRRRRR. E I izabeth Farinash Council Representative ARRR RRRRRRRR..R.R,............... M urray Taylor Advisor, Louise Rock The Red Cross had a one-hundred per cent enrollment this year and undertook many interesting and beneficial projects. As a treat f-or the navy, menus were made by members of the school for their Christmas din- ner on board ship. Scrapbooks and baskets of food were taken to the hospitals. Meetings were held every other week. Several plays were given for different organizations of the city. The Red Cross of Fairmont Senior High School aided greatly in helping the people who were made homeless by the flood. The organization called for the Boy Scouts in the school to aid in taking food and clothing to the suf- ferers. Cooperation was good and the Scouts' work was greatly appreciated. The Red Cross is made up of a representative from each group and a council representative who attends the council meeting and informs the school club of its business. -Fifty one CHORAL CLUB President .,.........,... ...... M ary MacLuckie Vice-President ,.,....,........ ..........,..A,. M arian Leasor Secretary-Treasurer ....,.... .,. , ,, B arbara Fankhauser Librarian ....,..,.......,,....,..................., ...,...,..... Shirley Currey Sponsor, Miss Landis The Choral Club has been more active this year than in past years, especially in outside programs. They provided entertainment for the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Round Table, Kiwanis Club and several schools. The girls this year adopted white shoes, skirts and turquoise blue smocks as their uniforms. This year all the members took interest in what was being done by the club as they were partly inspired by their costumes. The girls formed an enthusiastic group which appreciated the value of singing and music and earnestly tried to reveal it to others. Fi f ty-two - BAND -E- Sponsors: Anne Hall, Susan Haymond, Elinor Johnson, Betty Lee Hamilton. 1st Row: Thomas Manley, Dorsey Cole, Wilbur Parker, Robert Ice, John Morris, Raymond Closson, Howard Holsworth. 2nd Row: Arnold Boice, William Frey, Arnold Stewart. Back Row: David Curry, Robert Soles, Bud Frey, Frank Wilgus, Allen Martin, John Maurer, Mr. Arnett, Charles Manley, H. Lawrence Abbott, Robert Barnes, Harold Mayers, Louis Morace, William Nutter, Lynn McLaughlin, Lyndon Kearns, John Watson, James Cole, John Sheltman. The Fairmont High School Band carried on its good work this year and was an organization to be proud of. These twenty-eight boys were present at the basketball and football games and added color to them. It was quite inspiring to see them march down the field in their blue and white uniforms, and to see them execute various squad formations. The band was further aided this year by four band sponsors who were on hand whenever possible. The s-ponsors dressed in the school colors and helped to make the band more attractive. The band has proven to be an efficient organization--one which en- tertains and advertises the school well. Cooperation, which is a necessary element for everything was in this organization and every member did his part. S-Fifty th1ee .fn -F, me A .,ff L, j i V k y . Ei b i A as , in Y Ai Lhvih KL-r 1535 iig K YQ .Q .2 f' ' I if , KA .14 A A 'f.f 3 "z' L I 1,ff"'i5'Y ' . A- i,'kk,, ' . gf: .kkkl A 2 -. L 235 LZVQ ,L,LL f1s.iff11i?Wf'555NlL" my A I m H vw oufvc. Qkm' CA ' 5 In .Y ,-:v. iikvl .1- fsL'. an A lv , V f Q 'sf , Q . ,I .. J , kvkiy K Vvyk 'W M C . t -Q. fm-5. Q if H L' ' V. V K. V k-,L L A Lykk ,Q V -A f E'- f m L KV: zine , ,, f , A fi fl A " QS 'Q Sflrml HMO! . ' A H -- 5 mf 0 Pear! u 5 0. "g i 3 , . sf Q, . t 5 'ng Lwn Cxdf-Dux? M ' r vu' 'PN A' HKMJK . AVA7 nu" L .5,1 , - - ' fm? T f ' liQ Q , f . , " 3 6 'Q L ' ,.2.. ' A ' L , 1 If ' A Il Sl s vw o Y' W wa lc e, A CH lAfa,rJ?-'W 5 ,s i-. , V . , A -Y f wk ' -I. F-Y0.vw1.uS fiahvw. .6 , 'll' jf ' ' r. 'W . I! 5 , 4 91 f :A 'ff If: n gf 1 I J' my ,hiya iz ., ' ,Pc Q. YT U.-i 5- V Z5 - af ' ar- .4 ,XM M I 1 x i si HISLLQK H ff W Ju X S P 0 R T 5 CHICERLEAIJERS The newly elected cheerleaders are very hard and tireless workers. Their relentless efforts to bring out the cheers, inspired confidence in the team and created in all a desire to win. The cheerleaders are: Mary Jane Dobbie, Ruth Hess and Jack Wade. They will be back next year and will do much toward cheering on the Polar Bears. Their faithfulness in attend- ing all games, home and away was noticed by all the members of the team. The school can very well be proud of these three. INTRAMURALS 1. D 1. NTRAMURAL SPORTS were carried on for the second year by Mr. Ludwig. Many boys are entering the contests to earn their letter. A boy may earn a letter by getting 800 points. These points are obtained by participation in the games and also additional points for the winning team. Touch football was played first between the different classes. This was followed by basketball. There were many teams organized and the games were held after school. Due to the inter-class games, a large amount of friendly rivalry arose. There were two divisions, those under 130 pounds and those who were over 130 pounds. This made it fair for all. At the end the winners were awarded suitable trophies. The previous con- tests will be followed by many new games introduced by Mr. Ludwig. --Flfffy seven 1 Fifty-eight FOOTBALL lst Row: Wgo Sordi, John Heim, Pete Yerace, Bob Herbert, Tom McLeazy Bill Goetz, John Colantino, Warren Warden, Horace Christner. 2nd Row: Frank McLeary, Don Nimblett, Bud Havilcheck, Joe Schultz, Dave Rowand Bob Manley, Maynard Eberly, Bob Judy, Raymond Nay. Back Row: Bud Smith, Junior Thompson, John D. Hawkins, Eddie Kosko, Bob Shan le ford, Jesse Wilmoth, Frank Grandstaff, Coach "Biz" Dawson. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont 13- 0 18- 0 18- 0 0- 6 13- 7 7-20 123 - 0 13-13 6 6- . 13- 7 Monongah Weston Mannington Washington Irving New Martinsville Victory Martinsburg Shinnston ,,,,,,...East Side Farmington FOOTBALL ...ET Friday, 13th of September, the 1935-36 edition of Polar Bears sporting new uniforms, met the inexperienced team from Monongah at South Side Park. The Polar Bears with many veteran players defeated the fighting Monongah team to the tune of 13-0. The game was hard fought throughout with Tatta, and Nimblett, who played his first game at center, starring on the defense. Friday 20th-The Polar Bears played Weston and kept up their good work by defeat- ing the Weston team by a score of 18-0. This game was marked by roughness on the part of both teams. Kosko was the offensive star, Tatta and Sordi the defensive bul- warks. Friday 27th-The Polar Bears fought against a well-coached team from Mannington. The Bears, outplayed the first half, came back with a bang in the second canto to roll up two touchdowns. McLain and Hartlieb were the offensive stars, with Tatta playing good defensive ball. Friday, October 4th-The Polar Bears were upset by a well-trained team from Wash- ington Irving with a score of 6-0. The teams battled evenly throughout the combat. The Bears let down in the last minute and W-I scored as a result of a pass from Ali to Williams. Kosko's line plunging featured and McLeary shone on the defense. Friday 11th-On Friday the New Martinsville squad came to town to meet the Polar Bears. They were a big, husky bunch and were favored to trounce the Bears, but the Bears came through to defeat the Magnolia team. The game was well played with Kos- ko's line plunging and John Heim's run of 33 yards featuring. Final score, Bears 13, New Martinsville 7. October 18th-The Polar Bears met defeat the second time at the hands of a large Victory team coached by Farley Bell. The game was rough and fast, the score being 20-7 in favor of Victory. Fairmont's- touchdown was the result of a pass from Kosko to McLeary, who then sprinted 60 yards for the six points. October 25th-In a sea of mud the Bears defeated the Martinsburg team with a score of 13-0. The Martinsburg boys were hard tacklers but clean players. Schultz was the offensive star with many long runs. Tatta, Yerace and Rowand starred on the de- fense. November 2nd-The Polar Bears met Shinnston, who were favored to defeat the Blue and White. The game was evenly fought throughout with the score just as even. the result being 13-13. Christner and Kosko starred. November 11, 1935-Before a crowd of 4,000 people, the Polar Bears met the East Side Yellow Jackets in their annual battle for the City Championship. The East Side team, with a better season record, was favored. The teams fought doggedly on a slushy field. West High scored first on a line plunge and East Side a short time later on a pass from Jenkins to Mullens. The teams battled the rest of the game without scoring. Christner, Kosko and Smith starred for the Bears, while Newbraugh was tops for the opponents. Final score 6-6. November 28th-On a muddy field the Bears defeated the Farmington High team for the County Championship with a score of 13-7. Farmington scored first then the Blue and White came back to pile up two touchdowns. The offensive stars were Kosko, Wgnggtlaand Goetz, a newcomer in the backfield. Stars on the defensive were Tatta an r 1. - Fifty-nine .BASKETBALL ilji lst Row: Bob Herbert, Bill Thompson, Ned Pence, John Colantino, Warren Warden. 2nd Row: John Tatta, Frank Ridgely, Eddie Kosko, John D. Hawkins, Bud Smith. Back Row: John Jones, managerg "Biz" Dawson, Coach, Wgo Sordi, manager. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ,,,,..A, . Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ,,.., Fairmont r,,,, Fairmont .,.,. Fairmont ..... Sixty -- 33-28 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Belington Fairmont. .,.,,, 314-30 26-21 ..Washington Irving Fairmont 528-35 27-43 .,,.,, ,.,r,.,.. S hinnston Fairmont 31-32 38-27 .A... .,..... B elington Fairmont 415-35 39-36 ..,....,.,.. Barrackville Fairmont 31-29 26-36 ,.Washington Irving- Fairmont 34-36 Fairmont ,..,.,...........,,...., 32-31 .,...,.,..,....... Shinnston CITY CHAMPIONSHIP 27-30 45-15 32-15 27-33 ..,..,,,,. Farmington Victory Buckhannon Victory Farmington Buckhannon Saint Peters Saint Peters ,,,,,,East Side ,..,..East Side BASKETBALL ..- E -.. HE POLAR BEARS' basketball team is a fighting machine and the school should be proud of it. The Dawsonites turned out a very good season with eleven wins and six losses. They played some of the outstanding teams of the state and defeated them at least once. The team was led by Kosko and Smith. The squad was strengthened at the end of the first semester by the return of Frank Ridgely and Bill Thompson, two veteran players. Topping off a good season the Polar Bears won the sectional and went to the finals in the regional. SECTIONAL TOURN AMEN TS The annual sectional tournament was played in the East Side gymnasium to decide who would represent Marion County in the regional tournament at Grafton. The Polar Bears were drawn in the hardest bracket with Farmington and Barrackville. East Side was drawn in the lower bracket with Mannington and Fairview. They were favored to go to the finals. The Farmington team defeated a small Monongah team with a score of 37-17 in a loosely played game. In the second game the Polar Bears overcame a strong team from Barrackville with a score of 44-30. l East Side came through in their game with Mannington and advanced to meet Fair- VIEW. The Polar Bears plunged toward the finals by defeating the Farmington team 43-28. East Side defeated the Fairview Indians and earned t'he right to enter the finals with West Fairmont. .Q In a thrill packed game the Polar Bears won the final game with a score of 40-32. The game was well played with both teams doing some fine sharpshooting. This vic- tory earned Fairmont the right to play in the regional tournament. Stars for the Polar Bears in their victories were Thompson, Kosko and Smith. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT The Polar Bears played a small, but very fast and clever team from Jane Lew in their first game and came through as the victors. Score 38-25. Elkins, the tournament favorite, played the University High basketeers from Mor- gantown and won out to the tune of 50-18. In the final game the teams were well matched and played startling ball through- out. Elkins led at the half by four points but the Polar Bears came through in the third quarter to forge ahead ten points in one desperate rally. During the third quarter Fair- mont lost three of its stars by the personal foul route. This upset the team and Elkins got "hot" and proceeded to tie the score and then gorahead and finally win by ten points with subs dotting the Fairmont lineup. The regional team was as- follows: F. "Cupe" Ridgely ...,............... ........................................................ F airmont F. Chepho ............... ....... U niversity High C. Cunningham ...... ..................... E lkins G. Kosko ............. ............ F airmont G. Baise ...................................................................................................... Elkins The Polar Bears ended the season with this game and placed two new trophies in the trophy case. - Sixty-one Q I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 AUTOGRAPHS I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' A I W U L J I A fd rv my ,fy I M W if L QQ M, I I in HA W M g fmt V 7 ' A WK fb , -,Iwi Most Popular Girl .... POPULARITY CONTEST ... E ... FIRST PLACE .........Charlotte Miller Most Popular Boy ....,... ......,.. B Hd Smith Most Attractive Girl ....... .......... S usan Haymond Best Looking Boy ,....... ........., B ill Nutter Cutest Girl .wV....l..o..... .......,.. R uth Hess Cleverest Boy .,oo....,. .,....,,.. J ohn Heim Best Student ................., ...,.,,... E ileen Samms Best All-around Girl ....... ......,... M ary Jane Dobbie Best All-around Boy i...... ,,,,,,.. , Bud Smith Best Dressed Girl ...v...... .......... B etty Lee Hamilton Best Dressed Boy ....,..... .,r.....,, B ud Smith Best Sport i.e.ie..,...1...., .......... J ohn Tatta Best Athlete ,...r.. Neatest Girl ........ Neatest Boy ,,...... Cutest Smile .r.....r Prettiest Hair ..,...... Prettiest Eyes ....... Prettiest Teeth .,..... Biggest Sissyi ...l.... Biggest Feet .....,.. Biggest Bluff ........, Biggest Flirt ....,.....,... Best Girl Dancer ...... Best Boy Dancer ....., Cutest Couple ......... ..........Eddie Kosko ..........Betty Jean Cox .........Bill Nutter ...... 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