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

 - Class of 1948

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ABBIE DUNLAP-The girl with the dual personality. But all in all, she's really swell. Lct's say she's like jello-sweet and slick. Jello comes in five delicious fla- vors and like jello Abbie is a welcome guests at any time. lli-Life, 47-48, Arts and Crafts, 47-48. ,IOSEPHINE DRUGIC1 l-Unusual in many ways. A spectator to this play of life and one well fit to judge. In spite of her thought Josie comes down to us often to partake in the music and danc- ing which she so enjoys. One who puts a finishing touch, like merangue, on this every day life of ours. Spelling Club, 45-46, Tri-IIi- Y, 46-47-48, Commercial Club, 47-48. MARY of biscui 1 pop' Irvs o 1 md mirth '11 L ii id brilh y 1 ni es it . e w -imp, ' . -'YP' lu -48' Arts 'uid Cr-1 - - - Club, 45-46-47- 6. T " MARTHA FABER-Martha, with a swell disposition, adds much to our school. Although quiet and levelheaded, she is sharp as a tack at all times. NVe need more people with Martha's tem- perment to uphold the good ole' school spirit of VVest Ili. Tri-Hi-Y, 45-46, Girls, Athlet- ic Cluh, 45-46-47, Red Cross, 45, junior Retailers, 47-48. BETTY LOU FONTANA-Ginger, clove, sage, all add something, but all-spice combines all of these into one, and gives a little bit of everything. This descrip- tion fits Betty to a "'l"'.A real typing fiend and a hard worker. The Senior Class wouldn't be quite complete without her. Dancing Club, 47-48, Maple Leaves, 47-48, Girls' Athletic League, 46. JO ANN GATES-jo Ann is a good dancer, a good friend, and a good girl-like a good plum pudding. Gatesics activities are evenly distributed-art, music, literature, and oh-so many oth- ers. She has almost as many ac- tivities as her great host of friends. Spelling Club 46-47, Masque and Gavel, 45-46-47-48, Com- mercial Club 47-48. FANNA GIROD-Since there are too many escapees from a horti- cultural society in the gardens about to choose one suitably decorative for Fanna, we'll just call her a little "flour," Maple Leaves knows that Fanna will succeed in her ambition. Science Club, 44-45, Girl Re- serve, 44-45, Arts and Crafts, 45-46-47, Student Government Representative, 44-45, Commer- cial Club, 45-46. AL' GLOVER-Pway, cet niable, dependable-all 'dje ves, b .ch a true de- fi i ' ary Alice. She .1 .t interest in her stud- ies has a personality like a ng Crepe Suzettes. ,Arts and Crafts, 45-46, Twirl- s, 45-46, Printing Club, 47-48, ancing Club, 47-48, Choral lub, 47-48. PATTY ANN GLOVER-Pretty Pat, dcmure and delightful as strawberries and cream. Patty shouldn't have any difficulty in succeeding in her ambition to be a retailer. A person with her pleasant voice and persuasive manner should be able to sell almost anything. Agreed? Student Government Repre- sentative, 46-47, Junior Retail- ers, 47-48. BARBARA GOFF-Whenever Bar- bie says soincthing, it's sure to be wmthwhile hearing. Perhaps that is why she is rarely seen alone, and even more rarely seen, for the crowd that envel- opes her. As sweet as candy and much more intelligent. Choral Club 45-46, Pep Club, 45-46, Girl Reserves, 45-46, Hi- Life, 47-48, National Thespians 47-48, Dancing Club, 47-48. 5430! If fhffyffwv' Awfwba

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MARY LOUISE COLANTINO- Pancakes just wouldnlt be right without Maple syrup, and neith- er would West Hi without Mary Louise. This pretty lass seems to brighten up the atmosphere wherever she goes. Her inter- esting personality and friendly manner are only two of her many attributes. JANET CRIGLER-Sparkling gyp- sy eyes has shc. jane-t's variety of interest and persuasive man- ner will help her achieve any- thing she undertakes. Janet is to the school what Hershey's is to chocolate. It wouldn't be com- plete without this charming "puella.', Red Cross, 46, Girl Reseiwe. 465 Junior Retailers, 47. MARILYN BERNICE DAVIS --All rabbits are clever, and this Bim- ny is no exception. An abund- ance of wit and a peppy person- ality are only two of Bunnyls many assets. Always participat- ing in anything worthwhile, and adding a little flavor to every class and conversation. This like- able lassie reminds us of cinna- mon. Arts and Crafts, '15-46, Ili- Life, 46-47. VIRGINIA DAVIS-A two way- strctch isn't half a description ef Ginnie's versatile personality. Well-liked by all who know her, she is quick to make friends with those who don't. Her aim is to succeed in everything, her uexpansive' character will be of no little help. Girl Reserves 45-465 Spelling Club, 45-46, junior Retailers, 47-48. MARY LOU DAVIDSON-Fine ice-cream is so wholesome, it must be this whichigives Mary Lou all her energy. Altho we donit know Mary Louis ambi- tion, we are crossing our 30 fin- gers for her. Arts and Crafts, 45-46g Red Cross, 47-48. C127 DOROTHY ANN DAY-Dottie is as essential to West Hi, as nut- meg is essential to many foods. The cheerful uchicki' is active in many clubs and really works hard at everything she attempts. A smart student and faithful friend, the Dot Day! Arts and Crafts, 45-46, Maple Leaves, 46-47, Ili-Life, 47-48. JOSEPHINE D. BIASE-Hearts of Palm-the pretty miss will soon be "missed", for like Hearts of Palm, rarely such a fine person is found. Agile in mind and body, Josie, we're sure will keep on going. Motion Picture Crew, 47-485 Spelling Club,' 45, Red Cross, 47-48, Commercial Club, 47-48. HARRY ALLEN DODGE-Here's our example of precision, always on time, and because the Swiss are noted for correct time he reminds us of Swiss steak. Tho that allusion is rather off, it isn't any illusion when you see Harry skidding through the upper hall bent on getting to class not less than a half hour late. Camera Club 47-48, Printing Club, 46-47. JACKIE DONALDSON-Boys ev- erywhere are alike, and West Hils Lil' Abners are no different from any in liking jackie "Pork Chopsv Donaldson. jackiels good taste will bring many customers into "Donaldsons' Devestating Dress Shop." Spelling Club, 45-46g Hi-Life Club, 47-48. VVALTER DONEHEVV-West Hils replica of watermelon and a good swimmer. We are sure that behind that quiet personal- ity is hidden a great ambition and who could think of a better one, than to own a Chrysler? If his ambition comes true we've proved that statement, "Silence is Goldenf, Physical Science Club, 45-46- 475 Athletic Club. 45-46, Radio Club, 45-46.

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VVAYNE GRAVES-Oranges are in season all the time and uni- versal in popularity, so Wayne, with his unabridged personality and popularity, makes this an excellent comparison. To those who know Wayne, and to those who have yet to meet him, we say, "You truly have a worth- while friend." Choral Club, 46-47-48, Mo- tion Picture Crew, 48, Stage Crew, 47-48, Student Govern- ment 47-48. NELLIE MAE GUYNN-Worth- while people consider actions a lot more important than words. Quiet and dignified, Nellie Mae is deeply interested in music and takes part in various other constructive activities. Like bread and butter pickles, she's delightful and different. Girls' Athletic League, 46-47- 48, Choral Club, 46-47-48. JENNIE LEE HEWITT-can do it . . . Do what? Fulfill her am- bition to get out of F. H. S.- because of the strength that her favorite food, spinach, gives her. Curly-headed Jennie adds some- thing to every class. Maybe it's her zestful personality, that keeps us aware of her presence. Choral Club, 45-46-47-48, Arts and Crafts, 45-46-47, Girls' Athletics, 47-48, Home Room Secretary, 47-48. BETTY HOLLISTER-If ouire Y going to be a career woman, Bets, you'll have to grow a lot less cute than you are. Betty is the skirt of the Betty and Bob team, that goes so well together. Delicious as crisp and crunchy peanuts, and in perpetual mo- tion, Betty has improved our cheering section and helped the team a lot-the enemy is so busy taking in Hollister, they don't look out for the Bears' paw. Choral Club, 46-47-48, Mas- que and Gavel, 45-46-47, Stu- dent Government 47-48, Physi- cal Science Club, 47-48, Student Court Representative , 47-48, Cheerleader, 47-48. ATHENA HRONES-Fish is the brain food so we compare Athena to fish. She's West Hiis Goddess of Wisdom. We have yet to see a girl who is as cheerful or has a more wonderful personal- ity. If you don't know Athena yet, it would be worth any ef- fort you might put forth to make her acquaintance. Girls' Reserves, 47-48. sg. . .s .lb in , it gk H' 4 . i . Y Q x S N . We 1 : ,iw Sa' . -4 gf, J if EDNA MAE HURLEY-It's not just anybody that can "squash" an accordian like Edna Mae. Interested in anything worth- while and always ready to lend a helpful hand. Here we have a really industrious lass, but not so busy that she forgets to be cheerful and friendly. Tri-Hi-Y, 45-46-47, Y-Teens, 45-46, Commercial Club 45-46. BOB ICE-"The Shrimp"-not by measurement of his talents, pop- ularity, or size, but by the color of his hair. Itis amazing, and super collossal-No, itis Icyl Thespians, 45-46-47, Hi-Y, 46-47, Student Government, 46- 47, Letterman, 47, Choral Club, 46-47-48, Maple Leaves, 46-47, Boys' Athletics, 46-47-48. ALMA BERNICE JARRETT- Cranberries are usually seen on festive occasions and Alma is always in a festive mood. She has a quiet disposition and a radiant personality. Iiere's hop- ing your future turns out just as well as you wish it to. Twirlers Club 45-46, Arts and Crafts, 46-47, junior Retailers, 47-48. CAROLYN IOHNSON-Olives are Carolyn's favorite f it-and she's our fav - fu l . - ented and ta ' ' , so 'ti- 't' Iohnso -- him y.t e - qs gggiw is s' Q1 rior 'Qlw 1 er . 1' 44- hi - 01 2--i f Choral Cl , 4 -47--48. ENVING ALFRED JOHNSON- He's plum right every time. No one can have any doubts while Ewing is near. WVe predict that some day he will be "on the air." This personality-packed lad will be great in the profession he chooses. Radio Club, 47-48.

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