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

 - Class of 1948

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JO CLAIRE ARNETT-Waffles are light and airy and welcome at all times. X'Vaffles are worth waiting for and Jo Clair thinks the army is, too. Jo has a super personality and many friends. A working girl in more ways than one, he it in jones Department store or Mr. Straight's American Ilistory class. 'l'wirlers, 45-465 Ili Life, 47- 485 'l'lu-spians, 47-485 Dancing Club, 47-485 Arts and Crafts, 46-47. MARY ELOISE ARNETT-Mild as molasses, as sweet and gentle, too. Enriching everything about her, and leaving whatever she undertakes better for her pre- sence. NVhatcver business firm has her as its employee will gain a great deal with this industri- ous young woman. Y-Teens, 47-485 Tri-Ili-Y, 47- 485 Arts and Crafts, 45-465 Commercial Club, 47-48. - IIAROLD ASII-Il. A. shares many attributes with ground steak. The best of meat, and never served alone-always be- tween a sliced bun, and Harold, always surrounded by friends, is never lonely. Ilis powers of con- centration, are renowned through XVest Ili, may be that is why the studious expression during study hall. Motion Picture Club, 45-46- 475 Science Club, 47-485 Band and Orchestra, 45-46-47. DAVE BARKER-"Burstin' with pep and personality," Dave is a valuable asset to all fun and frolic. We all agree that he can- not help but fulfill his ambition -to get along in life. It's rarely that you "meat" such a fine per- son as Dave in a ustewv. Guidance Chairman, 47-485 Boxing and Wrestling, 45-465 Athletic Club, 45-465 Letter- menis Club, 45-465 Football and Basketball, 45-46-47-48. K ' EDDIE BARRETT'-"President of the student body" is an impos- I ing title and an exacting office. ddteg neverfhelessf '. .. ,X -he raises our standards and 'N he's going up in the world. We - knew Mr. President Barret when "C1i0L51'c1ul,, 46-47-48, Hi- ' ife, 46-47-485 Student Gov- iment, 47-485 Masque and vel, 47-485 National Honor N, ls -iety, 47-485 smdt-nr Body X Prt' -nf, 47-48. . fs K I N, AMY BARROVV - VVlio knows what's brewing behind those quiet eyes of yours, Amy? But, whatever it is, we're sure it's constructive and helpful. Amy- is a real addition to any class because of her flashing smile, and lovely disposition. Her am- bition is to be a house wife. We wonder who the lucky guy is??? Home Room Secretary, 46-47. GRACE BEC KNER-Jello comes V at the end of the meal, and is a merry dish. Grace is very witty and is always making up new jokes and finding different ones. This sense of humor will be a definite asset to her when she becomes a missionary. Girls, Athletic Club, 46-47. ICTOR TI IOMAS BERRY- Tounny reminds us of cabbage, with a head full of ideas. Be- cause of his many friends and appreciative classmates, Tom will go places in his career and we'rc sure he'll succeed in reach- ing the top of the ladder of suc- cess in whatever he attempts. PATRICIA BLACKWOOD - Pat reminds us of peppermint can- dy. She's sharp, and we all like her. She's quite a bookkeeper, is taking Bookkeeping II, and is an efficient member of our Fi- nance Board. Although Pat's ambition is a secret, we're sure sht-'ll succeed at whatever she attempts. Girls' Athletics, 455 Red Cross, 46-47-485 Choral Club, 46-47- 485 Tri-Hi-Y, 45. VVILLIAM CLIFFORD BROWN -Frankfurters, weinies, or good ole American hot-dogs-William, NVillie, or good, ole, slangy Bill. Itis the same reliable and popu- lar W. C. Brown, a by-word in West Hi for his trustworthiness. Boxing and VVrestling, 45-465 Radio Club President, 47-48.

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Oh, Seniors, who for three years have worked the teachers, and amaz- ed the students, we salute you! First to get thrown in our cooking pot, we wish you happy landings! 0 ' 9, fmt, L s:j!j f 1 K j 2 af my dz y N Std QQQQ, M JV 9893 . A X9 'V 3 - - -W I? i 7 3 ' ' ' K ' X , - V H- A 1 S- Q J 3 K f97

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EDDIE CALE-Here's one boy that one just can't help liking. Quiet but friendly, active in sports, and a really all-around fellow. There are many foods he could be compared to, but what could be better than "kale " Basketball, 45-46-47. MARJORIE CASSADY-Who puts that extra spark in the latest gossip? Why does the time seem to fly during that 8:00 Book- keeping class? Marj Cassady, of course. She keeps us shaking fwith laughterj like custard, her pct delicacy. Here's hoping she'll "drive" through life with flying colors. Girl's Athletic League, 45-46- 47-48, Student Government, 45- 46-47, Choral Club, 45-46-47, Home Room President, 45-46. LILLIAN CHAPMAN-Some peo- ple may think that Lil is rather hard to get to know, but Lil, in all her reserve, like ice, will melt swiftly in friendly interest. Any- one who knows Lillian knows that you would not want a truer friend than she. Student Government, 45-46, Twirlers, 46-47-48, Majorettes, 46-47-48, Dancing Club 47-48, Arts and Crafts, 47-48. HELEN CHEMO-An excellent student with supreme character. Do you need advice on your homework? Then Helen is the one to see, and usually has the right answer without further ref- erence. She's our honey-dew melon. When George said, "Honey do," she did. LEAH CLINE-Few schools are twice blessed, with two such lovely girls, but we are lucky in having both Leah and Lelah with us. Leah and Lelah are both athletic. Leah is the wit- tier of the two wits. Secretary of Girls' Athletic League, 46-47-48. ill? LELAH CLINE-Bread and but- ter, salt and pepper, and Lelah and Leah Cline should go to- gether, but Maple Leaves has the presumption to separate them. However, in all the things we do in West Hi, the twins are inseparable. Lelah is also an athlete, but this attractive girl might be said to be the better scholar of the two. Treasurer of the Girls' Ath- letic League, 46-47-48. BETTY COEN-Betty is a replica of sugar cookies, Betty has su- per ideas and marvelous taste in clothing. She does wonders on the piano, too, with that certain something that only Betty can give it. One of her hobbies is collecting minature horses. Choral Club, 46-47-48, Hi- Life, 47-48, Girls' Athletic League, 47-48. BETTY COLE-Not many high schools are priviledged to have girls like Betty ..... for what- ever this Southern Miss with the West Virginia drawl does, she does well. Be it super-fine twirling in sun, snow, sleet, or slush, smilingly pretty, gliding over the dance floor or at her studies. Like caviar, Betty is the dish of the school. Hi-Life, 47-48, Girls' Athletic League, 47-48, Volley Ball team, 47-48, Band Sponser, 47-48. LOIS ANN COLLINS - Sugar cookies are short and sweet and little Lois Ann isn't as tall as the centipede's knee-caps. But, the list of her accomplishments is mighty long. A willing worker, co-operative Lois Ann's fervent friends loudly uphold her popu- larity. Tri-Hi-Y, 47, Girls' Athletic Board, 47. MARGARET BELLE COLLINS -Those of us with any trace of musical appreciation are attract- ed to Margie. No matter how lowly the person, you can count on this hard working lass to find some good in him. Everyone likes marshmallows and every- one likes Marg. Spelling Club, 46-47'g Maple Leaves Staff, 46-47, Tri-Hi-Y, 47-48, Motion Picture Crew, 47- 485 Commercial Club, 47-48.

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