Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1950 volume:
THE 1950 DRAGCDN
A review of events
at Fairmont High School
in Dayton, Ohio. . .
but also 21 prediction
of things to Come
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Students train in the class room to meet life outside of high school. Added
activities increase our knowledge of good citizenship for the future.
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The Student Council undertook many
worthy projects in the past year.
They revised the school co
took charge of ticket sales for the Variety Show
and the community chest collection. Three new
members were added. Not pictured are jim
Gould, jim Greenlee, and Dick Titus.
FIRST ROXV: SLIIJIIIIU clllllllltfl, M.n'lene l'.ittun, Mariorie
Rider Ianet lfinley, .loyce Allin-clit.
n ch iilts li: i Iluv llirrell
SliiCOlN-ll ROXY: Tom xlIhll1L'l'Il1.l . , .' ' '.i 1, .
Apt, .ludy Stoll, -lerry Tcllis.
ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE AND RED CROSS COUNCIL
This years Assembly Committee is to be com- ment for assemblies. Programs varied in make-up
mended for their fine work of selecting entertain- from interesting speakers to community singing.
The members of this T'
yc.ir's committee .arc Mr.
Somers, Mr. Haines, Miss
Ifunck, Mr. Smith, Don Par-
sons, David Graeser. and
RED CROSS: Tom Under-
hill, Beverly Hetvel. Roberta
Neilson, Mary .Io Apt, Mar-
jorie xlaeggi, Sue liarnshaw,
Nancy Crane, -lerry Tellis.
ROW' TWO: -Iudy Keifcr,
Florence Darnell. Peggy
Locke, Marion Appleman,
Lowell Curtis, Kenny Freeze.
ROW' THREE: Miss Powell,
Barbara Osborn. Suzanne
Fortney, Shirley Thompson.
ROW' FOUR: Barbara Litt-
ler, Joyce Loveland, Dick
Sauerman, Don Howell.
The junior Red Cross Council has had a successful year. They started off by giving
their time to decorating the Christmas trees at the V. A. Center. They continued with
their Christmas spirit and decorated for a party at Brown Hospital in honor of the Gray
Ladies. In addition the council filled a chest for overseas. We were the first school in
Montgomery County to do this.
Fairmont students become inter-
ested in science and medicine
through talking with Dr. Jacobs and
examining an iron lung which was
on display in the high school.
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Home Economics-an art which
cam be very well applied in the stu-
dents' future homes or as il profes-
Miss Vogelsung and students in
clothing and food classes.
IIRYI RUXX: llmllm Imlvy. Knlwri Iimcr, Vclnu cx.lI'kIL'H.lS, xIkkcZHHllL'llC.l, Chhrnslim' llolmnwu. Mary Ann Huskin, lllul
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vlllillill ROXY: Cfuurygc Supcmln, Ruth Sxlnlimuff, l'u5.gcnc Vw ll
sl Q UNI? ROXY: Nl.lX'lllH.: ku. liiclnxrd fLI.llL', Kxrcn K.lI'lSUl1 lu' SIlI'tll1Hl1iY'L', l5.lrlw.1r.1 Hcukcr. Hull Nlucllcr, Huy lcv vl..lll1llllI1
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MONTE YOUNG W REALTOR
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
I-'IRST ROVV: Nancy Dunlevy, ,Indy Keifer, ,Ioanne Decker,
Nancy ,lean Smith, Suvie W'olfe, Barbara Abare, -Ioyce Naftlger.
SECOND ROW: Barbara Littler, Sue XVeller, Mary Lou liic-
hoff, Marion Appleman. Martha McShane, Ruth Smlhoff,
THIRD ROXV: Miss W'arren, Tom Page, Bill Mueller, Dick
Sauerman, Carolyn Pool.
FIRST IKOWZ Noble Yoshida, -Io Ann Wermalliiag, xloanne
Decker, Marion Appleman, Carol Orowi, Nancy Crane, Margie
SFCOND ROVV: Miss llaruoek, -Iunly Keifer, Ann Craggs,
Carolyn Pool, Pat Riggs, Barbara Poague, -Ioanna Ywilken.
THIRD ROVV: Susalee NX'ilLla-,on, Lynn Mooreheanl, Pat lfranzen,
,Ioyee Ndlillglff, Suzie Cuthbert, Delores 'I'humpson, Florence
Mayer, Wlanda Meilloxky, Marjorie ulaeggi, Marlene llerherr,
Mary Chisler, -lane Graexer, lirances Todd, Carolyn Kopp,
Cynthia Hibbernl, Carol Sahler, Mary .lo Apt.
FOURTH ROW: Dick Titus, Phelps Swilver, Charles Halbach
Ronnie Lowe, john Disher, lirank Demmer, Ronald Schroeder
Allan Feller, Tom Underhill. lfdwin Srauss,
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
The junior Class of Fairmont
proved that it contains acting ability
when it presented "Dear Ruth", by
Norman Krasna, the humorous play
which was such a success on stage and
in the movies. This presentation re-
ceived much favorable comment by
members of the audience who were en-
tertained by much clever repartee
The senior play, "Life With Fatherf' was
held November 18 and 19 in the Fairmont
auditorium. Leading parts were taken by Tom
Andrews as Father and Karen Karlson as to the effect of
Mama. It was very entertaining and was re-
ceived by all as a great success. The auditorium
GUENTHER'S BARBER SHOP
was filled both nights to capacity with a de-
Nineteenth century costumes added much
the play. The students especially
liked the clothing worn by the Children and the
dyed red hair of the entire family.
Kenneth Vanderweil, .limes Gould,
Ruth Sutlhoff, Ilwtllil Underhill.
FIRST ROXV: Miss liunck, tleanne
Kirkpatrick, Karen Carlson, Bar-
bara Littler, Martha MeSh.xne, juyee
SECOND ROXV: Gene Schneider,
Barry Baumgardner, Tum Andrews,
Ken Curdunnier, Dale jones.
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FIRST ROVV: Mary Ann Hu-skin,
lhrbari Littler, Carol McCarthy,
Rnnalnl Mulvginey, Pa! Martin, .lim
Cioulml, Beth llmmninn, Ruth Sud-
huff, Martha McShmne, Peggy
PICTURED ARE: jack Heideman,
Jacque McConnehea, Margie Cod-
ling, Norma jean Smith, jack
Stahley, Dick Christensen, George
Schimer, Pat Harrington, Miss
Urich, and Christine johnson.
Fairmont offers a varied program to all students participating in art classes.
Pupils may do work in the phase of their choice. Throughout this year the four
favorite mediums were ceramics, oil painting, scratch board, and textile
In addition the Art Department co-operated with every occasion in making
posters and decorations. The annual display exhibited work from the various
fields of art and indeed proved that much was accomplished during the course
of the school year.
DIXIE TRAILER SALES
Among the musical soloists enjoyetl very
much hy the stutlents and their parents who at-
tentl the Fairmont liantl Series was Mr. Robert
Cavally, who was the featured guest artist at the
secontl concert of the I9 39-50 Series, presentetl
February IZ, in the Fairmont Autlitorium. Mr.
Cavally, eminent teacher and performer, is
lirst flutist with the Cincinnati Symphony Ur-
ehestra. He is especially well known in Dayton
for he was for several seasons lirst flutist with
the Dayton Philharmonic. ln the teaching lieltl
he has taught many superior winning lilutists
anal is a memher ol the liaeulty of the College
of Music in Cincinnati.
l5lRS'l' ROVV: Howard jordan, jack Felkley, Doris Huber,
Nancy Dodd, Thomas Page, Cynthia Mclntire, judy Roberts,
judy Keifer, Clara linoch.
Sl',CONl7 RONV: Barbara MacFarland, Martha McShane, Al-
bert Darlington, Mary Ann Hoskin, Doris Thompson, Rita
Michael, jerry Gray, Bill Walker.
THIRD ROW: Kenneth Freeze, jack Naas, Robert Krebs,
Shirley Thompson, Mary Dunlevy, Charlotte Roetter, Ray johns,
The Concert Band of Fairmont, under the
able direction of Mr. Clark Haines, presented
another outstanding series of programs in the
joe Best, joan Fwry, Roberta Neilson, Carl Hclfinstine, jackie
Gray, Bill Callister, Richard Christensen, Carol Oroszi, Charles
FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Vander Weil, Dale Wrmrmwrmrid,
jim Greenlee, Paul Kesling, Don Parsons, Eugene Ewell, Charles
Sutton, Tom Ross, Don Hill, john Ncedels, Dave Wilson, Mary
Lou Grassan, Bob Damico, Al Seibert, Allan Stout, Herb Heuer,
Bob Hoferberth, joan Ruddick, Ronnie johnson.
1949-1950 season. Capacity audiences attended
the concerts which featured new guest artists
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band put into their work on their formations,
and their concerts.
Fairmont is the school the band represented
The fun is the pleasures the band enjoyed
while working together, taking trips to football
games and attending the annual dinner dance.
The fight is the spirit and drive which the
both on the football field and in the contests.
The band had its trials and tribulations many
times, but when the chips were down, the spirit
would run high and the band would again come
through for F. H. S.
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FIRST ROW: Carol Littell, Majolc Teegardcn, Barbara Abare, Wandale McClosky, Peggy Colvard, Joyce Naftzger, Jo Ann Nelson, Mary
Chislcr, Judy Stoll, Joyce Albrect, Norma Jean Young, Nancy Dinwirldic, Chris Johnson, Joyce Tremain, Francis Williams, Janet
SECOND ROW: Doris Whitlock, Lynn Ryan, Leigh Groby, Cleo Vradclus, Bill Ausdenmore, Barbara Becker, Ronald Mulvaney, Suzanne
Cuthbert, Don Hamilton, Cynthia Earnshaw, Tom Zoph, Joanne Carlson, Hebert Hetzer, Jim Yaas, Suzanne Fortney, Tom Bowser, Bob
Hannah, Dick Brady, Judy Brill, Margie Tromanhouscr, Barbara Poaguc, Nancy Tufts, Pat Todd.
THIRD ROW: Ray Johnson, Jim Head, Jim Amrine, Tom Blackburn, Albert Darlington, Dean I-lussong, Truman Bollinger, Bill Cate.
The Fairmont Chorus of 49-50 has had a very busy and successful year. They have entertained
many audiences with their performances. Of course we realize that this could not have been possible
had it not been for the capable direction of Mr. Clark Haines.
All who have heard this group sing can appreciate the fine work they have done.
FIRST ROW: Doris Todd, Willa Jean Kantner, Nancy Crane, Marjorie Jaeggi, Judy Roberts, Joanne Nelson, Beth Hammon, Lola Arnold,
Roberta Neilson, Cynthia Mclntirc, Carole Littel, Joan Ruddick, Barbara Abare.
SIICOND ROW: Cynthia Earnshaw, Florence Mayer, Marlene Herbert, Ruth Jean Barbier, Carol Jean Sahler, Delores Simpkins, Jane Craggs.
Frances Todd, Mary Ann Hoskin, Charlotte Roedder, Mary Chisler, Donna Goens.
THIRD ROW: Pat Pauly, Harriet Melke, Maxine Moorchcad, Marilyn Ellis, Christine Johnson, Joyce Naftzger, Sandra Sigritl, Pat Ifranzen
Betty Wymer, Signe Wood, Susan Price, Jo Anne Decker.
FOURTH ROW: Nancy Tufts, Barbara Poague, Judy Stoll, Cynthia I-Iibberd, Suzanne Cuthbert, Marion Brooks. Joanne Carlson, Carolyn
Kopf, Susalec Wildasan, Marilyn Kretchmer, Sandra Bellville.
FIFTH ROW: Doris Whitlock, Ingebord Tittel, Suzanne Fortney, Delores Thompson, Janet Johnson, Mary Lee Tamplin, Ann Craggs, Joanne
Krueger, Kathyrn Kratzer, Jo Lynn Combs, Shirley Thompson, Phyllis Smith, Carol Roeckner.
Carolyn Pool, Pres.3 Joanne Decker, Vice Pres.3 Suzanne Wolfe, Scc'y.1 Marlene Herbert, Treas.3 Joyce
Naftzer, Prgm. Chm.i Cynthia Earnshaw, Devotions Chm.? Cynthia Mclntire, Service Chm.3 Betty
Wymer, Social Chm.3 Beth Hammon, Publicity Chm.9 Miss Wilson, Advisor.
"Women Are Here to Stay." This statement was proved more than once by the sixty-live members
of Y-Teens. The club, participated in by students of all three classes, has had an eventful year.
To begin with, a tea for new members was held at the home of Joanne Decker in Centerville. In
November, the club combined with the Hi-Y to give a carnival and square dance suitably titled the "Hi-
T-Hoedown". Next on the agenda was an evening of Christmas caroling followed by a party at the home
of Carolyn Pool. The club gave their annual assembly in February, the theme being "Women Are Here
to Stay". As a service project, the club donated some money toward the construction of some new stage
screens made by the Shop Department. To conclude a successful year the Y-Teens held their Mother-
Daughter Banquet, where a wonderful evening was had by all.
AL 8: ANN'S BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP
FIRST ROWI: -Iohn Johnson, Ed Sampson, Bob Riner, Nubh- Sun, Dale Schell, Dun Parsons.
Yoshida. Darrell Apt.
l'OUR'I'll IIONV: George Supenslxy, jerry Ciihson, Bill Innes,
SIQCONIJ ROW: Tom iliohinsscn. Hub Delaney, Tom Bowser, Charles llursten. l'.iul Ilollmlzn, klulm lNI.xuI..xrnIie.
I,ynn Mourehead, Bud 'I4IlUI11lW0l1, Ralph Clemens. I
FIFTH ROW: -Inn Gould, Fred W'allherS. Ilarry Kiefer. Hun
'IIIIIRD ROW? Dave Grauser, Iiarry liaumgardner, Bill Thump- Pfarrer, jerry Gray, Charles Iiradley, Bill Mack, .lulm Shruycr.
FIRST ROXV: Toni Nock, Bob Damien. Bob Huesman, Ronald Dale Brown, Richard Glaze, Dun Iluwell. john Diaher, Timm
Lowe. Underhill, Fred XX'm'Ll1ingtm1, Charles Balbaek.
SFCOND ROW: Allan Fellar, Phil Knoph, jim Breen, Lowell
Curtis, Mr. Alundanian.
FIFTII ROXV: Pat Pfarrer, Bula Miltenburger, Bill Mueller,
THIRD ROVV: Pat Schwab, Lcalic W'ietlel, Frank Demmer, 'l'ol11liz1yvi'00d-
GROBY'S FRUIT FARM
FOURTH ROVV: Alaclc Bislmp, lkill Callister, Dick Craig,
Iiruee Amand, Fred Ruhhins, lion Loedding, Dave Runilmrger,
FIRST ROW: jim Greenlee, Dick Titus, Ray Tyson, Luke Lumby, Dale Wormwood, Mr. Zaremski.
SECOND ROW: Charles Sutton, Dick Wright, Tom Vacchiano, Howard jordan, Al Siebert, Norris Thompson.
THIRD ROW: jim Yowell, Bill Walker, Charles Hardin, Allan Stout, Larry Foland, Ronald Schroeder, Glenn
Ficrmnocl, Lee Shropshire, Bill Ausdenmore, Truman Bollinger, Kenneth Vander Wiel.
FOURTH ROW: Don Grassan, Dick Sauerman, Manfried David, Herb Hetzer, Bill Stanley, Ronald Tscheigg, Dale
Bruglcr, Ted Frick, Marvin Tscheigg, Gene Friermood, Kenneth Cordonnier, jim Berbrick, Ray Abbott, Al HOYCF.
Tom Polley, Paul Kesling, Ronnie McCrum.
The Alpha Hi-Y gave toward the
Y. M. C. A. fund for World Service to start the
year. Then with the other Hi-Y's and Y-Teens,
funds were raised for the building of back
drops for the use of the entire school.
The sale of stationery was the club's next
The election of officers was made for next
year with Charles Dorsten being chosen Presi-
dentg Ralph Clemens, Vice President, John
MacLardie, Secretaryg and jerry Gray, Treas-
The Annual Club dinner-dance was held
The highlight of the year for the Beta Hi-Y
was the "Beta Promenade". The queen of the
dance was joyce Morris who was chosen by the
The Gamma Hi-Y Club of 1949-50 was
comprised of 43 members with Mr. Zaremski
serving as advisor.
The first activity in which the Hi-Y partici-
pated was sponsoring of the "Gamma Gallop"
The Club rendered two worthwhile ser-
Beta also gave money towards the school
piano fund and participated in the purchase of
backdrop screens for the school.
vices to the school by contributing to the junior
Red Cross Gift Chest fund and helping the
Parent Teachers Association with a card patty.
The last major campaign in which the club in-
dulged was the selling of plastic washable book
covers to the student body at Fairmont.
THE NEWSPAPER STAFF
The new small-size DRAGON, school
paper, made its first appearance on October 14,
with, a new printer, new staff, and a new in-
structor, Robert Allen. The school paper was
the center of interest to many.
An enthusiastic staff headed by William
Wfalker, jane Graeser, Sue jones, Lee Shrop-
shire, and Barry Baumgardner, wishes to thank
all for their support.
FIRST ROW? Norma ,lean Smith, Pat Martin. Sue jones
Delores McPcek, ,Io Lynn Combs.
SFCOND ROXV: Barry Baumgarclner, Lee Shropshire, Don
THIRD ROXV: Dale Bruglcr, Diek Saucrman, Bill W'alkcr, Mr.
l'lRS'l4 RUXV3 Miss lixterly. Ronald Mttlv.tncY, lied Robbins.
l,ynn Moorehsad, .Iancl l'tnl.tt', lletty .lean CQ.trpentet'. loan
SITIOND ROXV: Charles Sutton, Cieorgc Sttspemltv, llorn
lloward, -Iovce luielantl, Pat Todd.
DRAGON ANNUAL STAFF
They say that what one doesnt know wont hurt
oneg but certainly what certain students did not know
when they signed up for the Dragon Staff was that
they were unconsciously yielding themselves up to
the most unpredictable clutches of commotion that
ever assembled an annual. llut, despite the continual
efforts of the gremlins to wreck the hopes of the
staff, they managed to come through in great style.
The success of the l950 Dragon, however, would
not have been possible without the capable super-
vision of Miss Wfinifred listerly, and the whole-
hearted eo-operation of everyone involved.
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A well-known family gathers to help the
high school age son with some urgent problem.
ln the school, Miss Hartsock and
Mr. Flarrer advise students in their
school problems, offering assistance in
arranging schedules, and planning for
college and careers.
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Sportsmanship developed in Fairmont today
is built up through a well rounded athletic
program for both girls and boys. Through the
many activities offered to students we are build-
ing better citizens for tomorrow. The many
sports in which students participate are: foot-
ball, basketball, baseball, and track, fo
boysg and hockey, basketball, and bowling for
the girls. Then there are the sports participated
in by fewer students which include tennis,
volleyball, badminton, archery and golf.
ln the preview, at Oakwood High School stadium, the 1919 Dragons made
an impressive showing by downing Miamisburg 6 to U. Along with this the
team showed much strength against th
Xenia 0 to U.
is year's league favorite by tieing
FAIRMONT VS GRANDVIEW
A strong Columbus Grandview team came from
behind a 6 to 0 halftime score to defeat the Dragons
13 to 6. The first half found Bob Delaney, Dragon
halfback, scoring from the three yard line after a
fifty-three yard drive. The Dragons defense was
able to hold Grandviews aggressive first half threats.
Witli renewed vigor the Bobcats came out after
halftime to score twice and hold the Dragons at bay.
FAIRMONT VS CELINA
Celina traveled southward to revenge last years
defeat and squeeze out a win over the once defeated
Dragons. Wzlrren Trennary's effective punts kept
the Dragons deep in their own territory until Fairf
mont recovered a fumble on the Celina 22 yard line
and Delaney scored four plays later.
This was not enough to hold the Bulldogs and in
the second quarter Dick Bater scored on a two-yard
plunge after a fifty-nine yard pass interception run-
FAIRMONT VS PIQUA
The Dragons with the aid of Chuck Hardin's educated
toe squeezed out a 3 to O win over the Piqua lndians with
an IH yard tieldgoal. This was Fairmonts fourth victory in
league eompetition and proved to be a stern test for the
mighty Dragons. Through mud and slime both teams
fought for every inch of ground gained or lost.
FA I RMONT VS MIAMISBURG
last ytar's t'o-champions were plowed under by a lo to
O defeat hy the Coach Roush's mighty midgets. Fairmont's
lirst touchdown came after a Viking fumble on their own
Ifi yard line. Two plays later Manning scored on a pass
from Delaney. The next touchdown came when Graeser
plunged over from the two. Then our defenses tightened
and a host of Fairmont taeklers pinned Courtney to the
goalpost for another two points.
Co-captains Charles Finley and Bob Delaney with
the Miami Valley League Trophy.
lll l TO RIKQIIT: Nancy Crane, Ronald Mulvaney, .lc anne Kirkpatrick, Tom lilaclcburn, janet lfinlay.
have done a splendid
job this year in hacking
the teams and trying to
arouse spirit in the
crowds. They helped the
students lead the team
to the M. V, I.. champ-
FIRST ROW: Mr. Fouts, George Supensky, Darrell Apt, Leland Pease,
Bob Delaney, Tom Bowser, Lynn Morehead, Ed Sampson, Harold
Manning, Mr. Roush.
SIECOND ROW: Tom Tobiassen, Paul Bohnslav, Bill Smith, Dave
Graeser, Charles Hardin, Fred XValthers, Tom Zimmerman, Dale
Schell, Bill Mack, Charles Bradley.
THIRD ROXV: Mr. Arnold, Tom Nuck, jerry Gibson, Wilbur
FAIRMONT VS XENIA
Fairmont traveled to Xenia for their first league
game. Still looking for a victory, the Dragons
trounced the Bucs I9 to 7, in what proved to be an
With Delaney and Keifer doing the scoring while
Hardin was making one of three conversions, the
Dragons rolled. Xenia, after being held to their own
territory most of the game, opened the fourth quarter
with a touchdown drive, while Bob Shaw made the
GREENVILLE VS EAIRMONT
An improved Fairmont squad won their second
Miami Valley League victory with a I4 to 13 decis-
ion over the Green Wave. The Dragon's touch-
Stewart, Dick Wilkins, Harry Keifer, Bill jones, Connie Roush, Ernie
Williams, Dick Brown, Mr. Fowler.
FOURTH ROW: Neil Smalley, Don Pfarrer, Bill Miller, jack Bishop,
Dale Wfoodiill, Paul Schumacher, john johnson, Bill Stewart, john
FIFTH ROW: jim Gallaher, Manager, Bob Miltenberger, jim Houtz,
Ronald Wise, Robert Huesman, Fred Robbins, Manager.
downs came in the first half while Greenville did
their scoring in the last half. One of the thrills of
the season came when Fred Walthers blocked the de-
cisive extra point kick which later proved to win the
game. Hardin converted twice to win more laurels.
OAKWOOD VS FAIRMONT
Our old rivals, the Lumberjacks, were the visiting
team for our annual homecoming game. The Drag-
ons outfought the ill-fated jacks the entire game and
emerged victor to a tune of 66 to 0. With our boys
scoring 33 points in the second quarter the second
and third teams played the majority of the last half.
The touchdowns were all made by different team
members enabling everyone to share in the triumph.
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FAIRMONT VS TROY
Six thousand people attended the clash between
the two undefeated league teams, Troy and Fairmont.
Both teams were striving to keep a clean slate in
league competition with Troy boasting a supposedly
stronger offense while Fairmont's defense was
From the starting moments the Dragons' offense
showed its unforeseen strength. The team started
with an early first quarter touchdown with Delaney
flanking their end and then scoring from the two.
Then the Fighting Dragons marched 79 yards for a
second quarter touchdown by Leland Pease on a
quarterback sneak. Both conversions were straight
through the uprights. The hrst half proved the Drag-
ons' defense capable of holding the favored Trojans
A fast third quarter pass from Graeser to De-
laney gave Fairmont its last score. Two plays later
Favorite raced 86 yards to the Trojans' first score
and Carnes' kick was good. Troy's final touchdown
came in the fourth quarter on a pass from Davies to
Favorite. During the closing minutes of the game
Troy was stymied by a strong Fairmont defense. The
final score was Fairmont 21 - Troy IS.
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Again in the season 1949-1950 Fairmont
proved to be a tournament team. Since the year
1944 Fairmont has been powerful in the
tournament. This year they were defeated nar-
rowly a second time in one year by Xenia 37-35,
in which was proclaimed to be the best game of
the tournament. Fairmont played their part of
the tournament in the new sports arena in Troy.
In the first game they defeated the Piqua
Indianas to revenge an earlier defeat this season
by Piqua. In the second game they defeated a
strong Fairborn team by a score of 52-45. In
one of the two semifinal games the inspired
Dragons took a large 22-10 advantage at half-
time over Xenia. The Xenia defense was too
great a problem for Mr. Arnold and his Drag-
ons and the Bucs from Xenia finally caught
Fairmont in the final quarter and then went
ahead 37 to 35 to defeat the Dragons. In their
final game for the five seniors the Dragons
avenged another earlier defeat by defeating
Springfield Catholic 49-37 in a consolation
Charles Dorsten, a junior, proved to be the
class of the tournament and was chosen to the
all-tournament first team. Charles Hardin also
a junior, was given honorable mention.
COMPLIMENTS OF BOB WHEELER AND DAVE DEAN
Fairmont 3 6
Fairmont 5 8
Fairmont 5 5
Fairmont 5 8
Fairmont 5 1
. . .Lebanon 28
. . .West Carrollton
. . .Kiser 24
. . .Parker 13
. . .Northridge 28
. . .Springfield Catholic 36
. . .Cbaminade 36
. . .Mansfield 43
. . .Xenia 30
. . .Greenville 35
. . .Oakwood 49
. . . Piqua 41
. . .Miamisburg 38
...Troy 36 '
. . . Sidney 48
. . .Wilmington 41
. . .Fairborn 45
FIRST ROW: Niel Smalley, Allen Stout, Wilbur Stewart, Marvin Tschigg. Dale
Woodall, jerry Keifcr.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Fouts, Bill Miller, Harry Kcifcr, joe Best, Don Pfarrcr, D k Wllm
jack Bishop, Bob Riner
The Fairmont 1949 baseball team began its regular season April 5th against
Wilbur Wright. Returning to lead the Dragons this year was Roger Touchman,
Whitey Stewart, Fred Saatkamp, Dwight Pease, Tom Vacchiano, Bob Knabe, and
Gene Bunger. Pete Ankney also strengthened our team in the infield.
As usual the spring rain kept the team from playing many times during the
year, but there were a few exceptionally notable victories of the year. Among these
was the Xenia game, when Bob Knabe held the Buccaneers scoreless and we won
10-O. We also won the Wilbur Wright and Kiser games easily.
The season for the Dragon wasn't overly successful but, "It's better to play and
lose than not to have played at all."
The 1949 season proved to be a successful one for the tennis team. The team
placed second in the City League with a 5 won and 1 lost record. Their seasonal re-
cord was 6-2. The team lost only to Oakwood and Middletown.
In the Miami Valley League john Johnson went to the semi-finals in singles.
Barry Baumgardner and Bob Riner, in doubles, advanced to the finals before being
In the District Tournament Dennis Snyder and Barry Baumgardner advanced
to the semi-finals in doubles. Riner advanced to the quarter-finals in singles.
Fairmont 3 Miamisbur g 2 Fairmont 0 Oakwood 5
Fairmont 5 Troy 0 Fairmont 5 Roosevelt 0
Fairmont 3 Chaminade 2 Fairmont 5 Stivers 0
Fairmont 0 Middletown 5 Fairmont 3 Fairview 2
Under the direction of Mr. Somers, the Fairmont golf team Clubbed its way to the ninth
M. V. L. Championship in the last twelve years. They won the championship at Moraine
Country Cl ub.
Pat Schwab, hrst man on the Fairmont team, was a participant in the National Junior
Golf Tournament in Wzlslmington D. C. He was the medalist and gained national fame.
Last spring the Fairmont track team won three out of six meets and placed third in the Miami
Valley League meet under the lights in the Fairmont Stadium.
Howard Eshbaugh, high point man for the Dragons with MM points, won the 100 yard dash,
the 220 yard dash, and ran on the 880 relay team. The Fairmont relay team won the M2 mile relay
while the Dragons mile relay team won third place.
Letterman of the squad included the following: Howard Eshbaugh, 100 yard dash, 880 relayg
Ronald Tscheigg, high jumpg Ronald Miller, 440 yard dash, mile relayg Whitey Stewart, pole vaultg
Frank Bustillo, low hurdles, 880 relay teamg Darrell Apt, pole vault, low hurdlesg Wally Jones, shot
putg Fred Walthers, 880 relay, mile relayg Leigh Groby, mile relayg and Dwight Goens, 880 relay.
April 6 Fairmont 57 April 27 Fairmont 8292
Miamisburg 79 W N'tx , Oakwood 35 Li
Franklin 74W May 4 Fairmont 62
April 12 Fairmont 37M , Greenville 60
Middletown 65M Q Sidney 22
West Milton 42 May 6 Fairmont 72
April 20 Fairmont 47 A Parker 46
Osborne 7 1
IIRST ROW: -lanet liinlay, Doris Todd, Marlene Smalley, Carol
littell, Nancy Crane, Alanie Neese, janet Bader, Alean Rader, kloyce
Nlorris, Barbara Keifer, Betty Sehwieternian, Miss Powell.
Sl'1llONlJ ROW: Marjorie Cotlling, Nancy Dodd, Ruth .lean Barbiur,
Nancy Dinwiddie, Kay Overman, Carole Cushen, Nancy Long. -loby
elson, NX'ill.i Alcan Kantner, Cynthia Mclntire, Marjorie Rader,
lrancix Todd, Mary -Io Apt.
lllllill BOXV: Cynthia lfarnxliaw, Marjorie -laeggi, Marlene Herbert,
Indy Stoll, -loanne Decker, Pill Martin, Marion Appleman, Cynthia
llnhhard, Carolyn Poll, SLIIQIHHC Cuthbert, Mary Chisler, Bonnie Prix,
IOURTII RUXV: Sue Supenslty, Sylvia Clarke, Jane Craggs, Pat
Pinly, Suxalee XY'ildason, Marion Brooks, Carol Schwieterinan, Marilyn
Illis, Carol Saylor, Mary Anna Hoskins, Linda Meixner, Nancy Hall,
-verly 'l'rt-main, Clarol Schubert, .loanna Walken, Harriet Melke, .Ioan
Ru l NN '
ckeaher, lio die weaver, lat lfranvan, Barbara Macliarland, Sue
Schultv, .Indy Keilier, Sue Shirey, lloris W'olfr.nn.
lllf'l'll BUXY: Doris XY'l1itloelt, Donna Goens, Nancy Tufts, Suzie
Wolfe, Katie Kratler, Carolyn Kopf, Mary Lee Tamplin, Betty Lou
Slllllll. Carol lzvens, Phyllis Smith, -Iudith Roberts, jackie Gray, lfmily
Smith, Shirley ilihoinpson, -lane Ciraser, .loyce Garner, Pat Riggs, Bar-
blra l'oagne, Carol Buckner, Ann Craggs.
G. A. A.
The Girls Athletic Association provided after-school
sports for girls the entire year. Early in the year the girls
chose their team captains. -lean Rader, -lanet Rader, Barbara
Keifer, .Indy Keifer, Nanie Neese, Barbara MacFarland,
Sue Supensky, and Marjorie Rader were those selected.
Officers elected were: Pres., janet Raderg Vice Pres.,
jean Raderg Recording Sec'y., -Ioyce Morris, Point Secre-
taries, Betty Schwieterman and Nancy Crane.
janet Rader's team won the hockey intramurals, Margie
Rader's team, the volley ball inramurals, and Barbara Mac-
Farland's team, the basketball intramurals. The Boosters
gave a dance for all the members on April 29th.
Kay Oxerman, lmily Smith, Maiorie Covlling. llaekie Gray, Marjorie Alaeggi, Pat Franzen, jane
Cr.ig,igs. Retry lou Smith, l'at Riggs, Sue Shirley, Shirley johns, Nancy Hall, Susalce W'ildason,
As always, competition was strong this
year in the battle for a place on the
hockey team. The Varsity team triumphed
over Fairview and Northridge, but were
defeated by West Carrollton, Oxford,
McGuffey, and Oakwood. The Reserves
beat Fairview, but were defeated by Oak-
wood and MCGuffey. Both groups united
in their annual banquet in November, at
the Wfishing Well in Centerville.
FIRST ROW: janet Rader, ,ludy Kiefer, Marlene
Smalley. ,loyee Morris, Pat Martin, Norma ,lean
Smith. Mary l,ou liichoff, Frances Todd, Barbara
MacFarland, Barbara Kiefer, Doris Wiolfrain.
SECOND ROW: Peggy Colvard. Susan l'riee.
.lean Rader, Doris Todd. Bonnie lfrix. Virginia
Coleman. Goldie Wleaver, Velma Cardcnxs, Sue
Suspensky, Mary .lo Apt, .Iudy Stoll, Barbara
Poague, Nancy Crane.
'l'HlRD ROW: Marjorie Rader, Donna Gocns.
Phyllis Smith. -Ioan Decker, Cynthia lleiherr,
joan Ruekgaber, ilanic Neese, Sulic Cuthbert,
Dorothy Davis, Mary Lee Tamplin.
FOURTH ROXV: Miss Powell. Marion Frrooln,
.lean Keikpalrick, Carol Rneelincr. Betty Vfynier,
Carol Pool. joyee Loveland, Signc Wood, Marv
Chisler, Mary Ann Hoslcin, Suzie Wiolfr, Ianet
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A FTER-GA ME GET-TOGETHER
After football games and other extra-curricular events
held in the evening, scenes such as this may commonly he
found. Students get together for many informal parties
during the school year, affairs which help develop the
qualities of friendship and good sportmanship.
Directing the activities of several grade
schools, a new Junior High School, and a pro-
gressive Senior High School is the task facing
the Board of Education during the course of
each school year. A successful year was initiated
when each member of the board contributed
service toward an increase in salary for teachers
and the addition of another grade school, in the
form of the school bond issue of the 19-49 elec-
tion. In addition the board has made arrange-
ments for a course in Driver's Training at Fair-
mont available next year.
The members of the board are Mr. Krebs,
Mr. Ernst, Mr. MacFarland, Mr. Moyer, and
DIXIE TRAILER SALES
Mr. Prass, Principal of Fairmont, confers Superintendent Barnes works conscientious
with students about college and vocational op- ly solving the problems and insuring the wel
portunities. fare of Fairmont High.
E. FRIEND COUSER
ANNA MARIE GANTNER
MARY BELLE WARREN
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Dale Schell, Don Parsons, Pat Martin, Bob Riner, Carol Potter.
If an one asks ou about our social activities for the ear ou can
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point to these five people and say that the backbone of the senior class
lies in the senior class officers. During this school year we had five major
events and each one was in the capable hands of one of our class officers.
Bob Riner, our treasurer, was handling affairs for "Life With Father"
while Carol Potter was busy lining up a band for the Mardi Gras.
Social Chairman, Pat Martin had charge of the Senior Assembly.
Our Vice President, Dale Schell, did a fine job with the Picnic.
Throughout the year, President Don Parsons supervised all jobs and
proved his ability as a speaker at the Assembly and the Senior Banquet.
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Cl ASS PVFNTS
SENIOR CLASS REPORT
The curtain is being pulled once more on the activities of a Senior Class. Among the activities par-
ticipated in during 1949-1950 was flrst of all the presentation of the well-known play, "Life with Father."
The second event of importance was the Senior Dance, the "Mardi Gras."
Climaxing the year was the Senior assembly, entitled "The Bowery", which included in its many acts,
"The Follies", and several Street Scenes.
The last event of the year was the Senior Picnic held at LeSourdsville on May 29.
JUNIOR CLASS REPORT
The Junior Class started off with a bang when they gave their yearly assembly on December 9. The
committee was headed by Joe Best. One of the highlights of the program was the hilarous wrestling
match of "C-ieorgous George" Schwab and "String Bean" McPole. Next on the calendar came the
junior dance fittingly called the "Midwinter Rhapsody". This dance was headed by Judy Stoll and Tom
Zimmerman. It was given February ll in the Fairmont Music Room. On March 24 and 25 that hu-
morous comedy, "Dear Ruth", was put on. The play helped finance the Junior-Senior Banquet which was
next on the calendar for May 20. Under the leadership of Joanne Decker, a good time was had by all.
After the wonderful meal everyone adjourned to the auditorium where a fine program was put on under
the direction of Joyce Naftzger. The Junior-Senior Prom held on May 26 was a wonderful climax for
the Junior year.
SOPHOMORE CLASS REPORT
The Sophomore class began its year's activities in the fall with a hayride which ended in a Weiner
roast at Mr. Arnold's farm. One of the main events of 1949-1950 was the class assembly on March 2,
in charge of Mr. Roush. The assembly was in the form of a variety hour, presenting the various talent
of the Sophomore class. A spring picnic, the last event, was enjoyed by all sophomores.
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JUNIOR CLASS TOP PICTURE
FIRST ROXV: Mary ,lo Apt, Florence Darnell, Joanne Decker,
Charlotte Carr, Pat Asheraft, Suzanne Cuthbert, Mary Chisler,
Virginia Burns, Betty -lean Carpenter, Nancy Crane, Lola
SIICOND ROXV: Toni Iiarnhart, Delores Boehenek, Lois Dein,
Virginia Coleman, Ann Craggs, Ann Combs, Marjorie Sancllin,
Marian Brooks, Bonnie Ifrix, john Brooks.
TIIIRD ROWI: james Carlott, Dale Brown, Glenn Ifriermoocl,
I,arrv Poland, Kenneth Freeze, Tom Blackburn, Gerald Boyd,
,Ion Burges, Alainea Gallaher, Richard Craig.
I'OURTH ROXV: Iildretl Coclling, Bruce Amaml, Gordon Flam,
Toni Bertling. Manfred David, joe Best. Charles Dorsten, Ralph
JUNIOR CLASS BOTTOM PICTURE
FIRST ROVV: Carol Littel, Lillian Mercer, Cynthia Hibberd,
janet johnson, Juanita Harned, Barbara MaeFarIand, Mary Ann
Hoakins. Doris Howard, Beth Ilammon.
SECOND ROW: john johnson, john Maelaardie, Barbara
Lonsert, Doris Huber, Harriet Melke, joAnne Krueger, Katherini.
Kratzer, Shirley johns, Don IIIII, Bob Hannah.
THIRD ROW: Dave Graeser, Carl Helfinstine, jack Marrinan,
Gerald Gibson, jim Greenlee, jerry Gray, Bob Hinman, Gene
Helaer, james Head, Herb Holton.
FOURTH ROXV: Don Loedding, ,lack Haslup. Herb Hctzer,
Charles Hardin, Tom Tobiassen, Albert Hoyer, Paul Kesling.
Tom Haywood, Don Hamilton.
JUNIOR CLASS TOP PICTURE
IJIRST ROW: Kay Overman, Sue Supensky, Barbara Osborne,
Carol Roeeltner, Betty Seliwieterman, Phyllis Smith, Harriet
Melke, Susan Price, Sondra Segritl, Janet Sliumaker, Sammie
Merritt, Judy Stoll, Charlotte Roetrer, Lillian Mercer.
SECOND ROVV: Tom Noek, Allan Stout, Jim Simmons, Ray
McKinney, Tom Polley, Ronald Sbroder, Carolyn Pool, Carole
Orosli, Joyce Naftvger. Vaughan Miller, Paul Schumacher,
THIRD ROW: Fred Robbins, Dave Rumbarger, Bill Stewart,
Robert Ryan, Jaek Stahley, Pat Schwab, Ronnie McCrum, John
Shroyer, George Schimer, Charles Martin, Dave Sneltsteder, Jack
Naas, Tom Ross.
JUNIOR CLASS BOTTOM PICTURE
IJIRST ROW: Doris Todd, Bertha W'illoughby, Mary Volga-
more, Suzie Wimlf, Joanne Wendling, Marilyn Wynn, Cleo
Vradelis, Signc Wood, Goldie Wexiver, Mary I.ee Taniplin,
lietty Wymer, Frances Todd, Sue Webster, Marilyn Tate.
SECOND ROW: Joe Vorndrnn, Keith Vnnee, Dale Wotmdall,
Buddy Thompson, Tom Underhill, Thelma Ward, Sue Ann
Young, Joyee Tremaine, Fred Worthington, Jim Ygius, Dave
Thompson, Jack Wymer, Ray Tyson.
THIRD ROW: Dave Young, Jim Yowell, I,eslie Wietlel, Tom
Zoph, Ronald Vance, Richard Trisel, John Terhune, Kenny
Vander Weil, Robert Zimmer, Iiugene Wyatt. Fred Wnltlier,
SOPHOMORE CLASS TOP PICTURE
FIRST ROW: Ruth jean Barbier, Nancy Dodd, Irene Brown, Helen Chester, Avinelle Beatty, Sylvia Clark, Sandra Bellville, Ann Bond.
Carole Cushen, Naney Dinwiddie, Carol Diekcr, jane Craggs, Patty Brewster.
SEZCOND ROW7: Tom Adkins, jake Conover, Nona Clements, Peggy Coatney, Esther Davis, Beverly Caudill, Joanne Carlson, Marlene
Dietl, Dorothy Corn, Ifli7abeth Brandenburg.
THIRD ROXV: ,lim Amrine, Bob Damieo, Dick Christenson, Dale Augubright, Douglas Dowden, Lowell Curtis, Paul Dabrowski, Bill
Donavon, john Disher, Blaine Collins, Eddie Blair.
FOURTH ROXV: Harry Carroll, Diek Brady, Don Chrisman, David Darnell, Bill Callister, Dick Brown, Frank Demmer, Charles Bal-
baeh, ,lack Bishop, .lim Breen, ,lim Birdell.
SOPI-IOMORE CLASS BOTTOM PICTURE
I'lRST ROW: Mary Lou Grassan, Nancy Hall, Barbara Husseman, Mlrjorie -Iacggi, Mary Dunlevy, Helen Pirman, Irene Gau, Janet Finlay.
SIZCOND ROW? jaunita Huff, Carol Frirv, Su7anne George, joyce Garner, Carol Evans, Beverly Hetvel, Pat Franven, Dessie Fletcher,
Tessie Ifletcher, Delores Duncan.
THIRD ROXV: Roy johnson, McCoy Gore, Bob Hucsman, Suzanne Fortney, Jackie Gray, Barbara Hackman, Delores Gore, Shirley Heys.
Allan Teller, Duane Fetters, Bob Horstman.
FOURTH ROW: Dean Iiveretts, Dean Hussong, Bob Hoffclberrh, Elmer Fowler, Don Howell, Dale I7ri77ell, Clayton Hammel, Charles
Drake, Kenny Huffman.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS TOP PICTURE
IIIRST ROW: Riehard Marburger, Joanne Pennington, Marlene Omer, Florence Mayer, Rose Marie Roach, Margie Rader, ,Io Ann Nel-
son, Nancy Long, Roberta Neilson, Cynthia Mclntyre, ,Iudy Roberts, Willa ,lean Kantner, jerry Keifer.
SECOND ROW: Stanley Payne, Ronald I,owe, ,lack Olt, Pat Pauly, Marilyn Kretschmer, Carolyn Kopf, I.intl.i Meixner, Pat Riggs,
Iiarbara Poague, Maxine Moorehead, David Pett, Luke Lumby.
THIRD ROW: jack Lauvlerinan, Alan Newkirk, Dick Ross, Robert Miltenberger, Don Pfarrer, Robert Krebs, Harry Keifer, Ilill jones,
Bill Miller, Paul Moore, Tom Havel.
FOURTH ROW: Harry Karns, .lack Kline, Don Robertson, john Nceciels, Lee Kiser, Phil Knopf, Kenneth Kissinger, Bruce long, Don
I'rofitt, Ilaroltl Richmond, Tom Keifer.
SOPI-IOMORE CLASS BOTTOM PICTURE
FIRST ROW: Madeline Webb, Ingeborg Tittel, Nancy Sayre, Carol Sahler, Ifmily Smith, Sue Shultz, Mary Alice Smith, .Ioan W'ittv,
Norma Sexton, Delores Thompson, Freiela Wfeaver, Frances WilliamS. Carol SCIIUIJCFI-
SMCOND ROXV: Lynne Ryann, Ruth Wltitaintmre, Carol Sehweiterman, Nancy Tufts, Anna Thomas, Doris W'hitIock, W'inifretl Thum,
,Ioanna Wilken, Shirley Thompson, Susalee Wiltltzstmii, janet Steinbarger, Betty Lou Smith, Sue Shirey.
THIRD ROW: Dale Wormwood, Neil Smalley, Noble Yoshida, Al Scibert, -lerry Tellis, Walter W'olfe. Bill W'eItle, Willwtir Stewart, Bill
Simmons, -lack Schimer, Don Waker, Ray Wfaker,
FOURTH ROW: lid Stnuss, Hob Young, Dick Titus, Ronald Weis, Marvin Tsehiegg, Nick Swigert, Iirnest Williams, Conrail Roush,
Dick Wilkitis. Phelps Switver, Dean W'ray, ,lack Towner.
COOKS AND BUS DRIVERS
Our unsung heroines,
those women who work to
provide our Well-balanced
noon meals, are Mrs. Earn-
shaw, Mrs. Dale, Mrs. Arch-
deacon, Mrs. Eschbaugh, and
To and from school, to
music festivals, to scholarship
contests, to conventions-the
bus drivers do their job of
transporting Fairmont stu-
dents faithfully and safely.
ABARE, BARBARA HBABSN
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 45 Class Play 4 As-
sistant Director5 Thespians 4.
ABBOTT, RAYMOND UCROMELL
Gamma Hi-Y 3, 45 Chorus 1.
ALBRECHT, JOYCE "Jo"
Student Council 2, 45 French Club, Pres. 3, 45 Chorus 1,
2, 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 T. K. 3 Vice Pres. 45 Thespians
ANDREWS, THOMAS "ANDY"
Chorus 1, 2, 45 Beta Hi-Y 3 Vice Pres. 45 Class Play 3,
45 Tennis 3, 4.
G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 3 Pres. 45 Latin Club
3 Vice Press. 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 jr. Red Cross Council
l, 2, 35 Pres. 45 Class play 35 T. K.5 Chorus 2.
APT, DARRELL HZAPPIEH
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Alpha Hi-Y Treas. 2, 3, 45 T. K. 3, 45
Latin Club 35 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Pres. Student Council
45 Class Play 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Class Treas. 2, 3.
AUSDENMORE, WILLIAM HAUZZIEH
Football 15 Golf 2, 35 Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
BAUMGARDNER, BARRY "TIGER"
Student Council 1, 25 Pres. 35 Football 15 Basketball 15
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 45 Class Plays 3, 45 N. F. L. 1,
2, 3, 45 Thespians 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross Z5 Newspaper
BECKER, BARBARA "BOBBIE"
G. A. A. I, 25 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I, 4.
BENSON, DALE "BUTCH"
BERBRICK, JAMES "JIM"
Band I5 Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
BOHNSLAV, PAUL NBONEYU
Football I, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Alpha Hi-Y 3, 45 Class
Play 3, 4.
BOLLINGER, TRUMAN NCORKYH
Track 35 Gamma Hi-Y 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 4.
BOWSER, THOMAS "ROxY"
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Pres. 25 Student Council 35 Alpha
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Class
Hockey I, 25 Chorus 15 Y-Teens 1, 25 Red Cross 4.
BRADLEY, CHARLES "CLYDE"
Basketball 35 Football 3, 45 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3 Pres. 45
T. K. 3, 45 Student Council 45 Class Pres. 3.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 45 Hockey 1, 45 Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Chorus
2, 3, 4.
BRUGLER, DALE "BRUG"
Football 15 Gamma Hi-Y 45 Newspaper Staff 4.
BUssELL, WALTER HTINKER
Debate 45 Class Play 4.
Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2.
Class Play 3, 45 Social Chairman 25 Thespians 2, 3, 45 Y-
Teens 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 45 N. F. L. 4.
COLVARD, PEGGY "ANGEL
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens l. 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 25
Hockey Manager 4.
G. A. A. 45 Transfer 4.
COMES, JO LYNN "JO"
Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45
Newspaper Staff 4.
CONDRON, CAROLE "IRISH
Ncwsp-:per Staff 4.
COTDONNIER, KENNY "CALDONIA
Operetta 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Gamma Hi-Y 4.
DARLINGTON, ALBERT ULONGLEGS
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
DELANEY, ROBERT "BOB
Football 1, 2, 35 Capt. 45 B'sketball I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball
2, 3, 4.
Dix. DONALD "DON"
Football 25 French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Vice Pres. 3.
DUNLEVY, NANCY "NAN"
Hockey 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 4.
EBBING, ROSEANN "ROsIE"
EICHOFF, MARY LOUISE
G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 jr. Red Cross Rep. 35
ENGEL, BARBARA "BABS"
Chorus l, 2, 3.
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45
Y-Teens 1, 25 Newspaper Staff 4.
EVANS, RICHARD "DICK"
EWELL, EUGENE JR. "BARNEY"
Band l, 2, 3, 4.
ENVRY, JOAN "JO"
Band I, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4.
Band l, 2, 3, 4.
FINLEY, CHARLES "ROGER THE CODGERU
Football l, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Student Council 23
Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 T. K. 3, 43 Alpha Hi-Y 3, 4.
FREE, RONALD "RONNIE"
French Club 3, 4.
FRICK, THEODORE "TED"
Basketball 1, 23 Gamma Hi-Y 43 Band I, 2, 3.
FRIERMOOD, EUGENE "GENE"
Gamma Hi-Y 4.
GEBHART, GEORGE UCREAMERU
Latin Club 3, 4.
GLAZE, RICHARD "DICK"
Beta Hi-Y 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4.
GOODPASTER, JAMES "ORLY"
GOULD, JAMES "JIMINY CRICKET'
Transfer 43 Basketball 43 N. F. L. 43 Alpha Hi-Y 4.
GRASSAN, DONALD "BIG BOY"
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Gamma Hi-Y 43 T. K. 3, 4.
GRICE, JOAN "JO"
Chorus 2, 33 G. A. A. 2.
Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
HEIDEMAN, JOIIN "JACK"
Chorus 2, 33 Speech 2, 33 Class Play 3.
HILTY, MARY ULIZZIEU
HORNICK, RITA NRITERH
G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens l, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Social
Chairman 23 Drum Majorette 3, 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show Swing Band 2, 3, 43 As-
sistant Librarian 4.
JOHNSON, RONALD "RONNIE"
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 33
Variety Show Swing Band 2, 3.
JONES, DALE R.
Thcspians 3, 43 Class Play 3, 4.
JONES, SUE "JONEsEY"
G. A. A. 1, 23 Chorus 13 Newspaper 4.
JORDAN, HOWARD "HOWIE"
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Mgr. 3, 43 Gamma Hi-Y 43
Future Teachers 3.
KAY, STARLING "BOBBY"
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4.
KEIFER, BARBARA "BOBBY"
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 23 Intramural
KEIFER, HERBERT "PEEwEE"
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Capt. 43 Latin Club 43
Future Teachers 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 43
T. K. 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 4.
KIDDER, ISAAC "IKE"
KIRKPATRICK, JEANNE UKIRKY
G. A. A. l, 2, 43 Hockey l, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Captain 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Drum Majorette 3, 43 Y-Teens l, 2.
LITTLER, BARBARA "BOBBIE"
Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 43 T. K. 3, 43 Future Teachers 43
Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 43 Speech 1, 2, 33 G. A. A. l, 2, 33
Thespians 3, 43 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 33
Organist 3, 4.
Y-Teens 1, 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 N. F. L. 2, 3, 43 Jr.
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4.
Class Play 3.
LOVELAND, JOYCE UFRBCKLESU
Transfer 23 Hockey 3, 43 Basketball 23 Annual Staff 43
jr. Red Cross 43 G. A. A. 43 Class Play 43 Prince of Peace.
MACK, WILLIAM UZEKEH
Basketball l, 23 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 4.
Spanish Club 23 Y-Teens 2.
MANNING, HAROLD "JUNIOR"
Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 33 French Club 3, 43 Beta
Hi-Y 3, 43 Class Play 4.
G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 43 Social Chairman 43 N. F. L. 3, 43
Thespians 43 Class Play 43 Newspaper Staff 4.
Transfer 43 N. F. L. 43 Class Play 4.
G. A. A. 1, 23 Band l, 2, 3, 4.
MCPEEK, DOLORES "BUGS"
G. A. A.
MCSHANE, MARTHA "MARTY"
French Club 3, 43 N. F. L. Thespians3 G. A. A.3 Bancl3
Y-Teens3 Class Play3 Future Teachers3 Prince of Peace.
Y-Teens3 Spanish Club3 Hockey 1, 33 Class Play 3.
G. A. A. 1, 23 Hockey 1.
MOHR, PATRICIA "PAT"
Transfer 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Latin Club Treas. 3, 43
T. K. 3 Pres. 43 Annual Staff 43 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4.
MUBLLER, WILLIAM "BILL"
Spanish Club 43 Future Teachers 43 Beta Hi-Y 4.
Cheerleader 3, 43 Operetta 2, 33 Variety Show 3, 4.
MULVANEY, RONALD "CORKY"
Football 1, 2, 33 Cheerleader 3, 43 Variety Show 2, 33
N. F. L. 2, 3 Vice Pres. 43 Prince Of Peace 2, 3, 43 Class
Play 43 Chorus l, 43 Annual Staff 43 Operetta 1, 2, 3,
43 Thespians 4.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Sergeant-of-Arms 23 Spanish Club 1,
2, 33 Student Council 1 Sec'y. Tres. 33 Y-Teens I, 2, 33
Intramural Captain 4.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Cheer-
leader 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2.
G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3.
OLIVER, PATRICIA "PAT"
PAGE, TOM "TOMMY"
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice Pres 3
Pres. 43 Future Teachers 3, 43 Orchestra l, 2, 4.
PARSONS, DONALD "DON"
Student Council 1, 33 Class Pres. 43 Class Vice Pres. 23
Alpha Hi-Y3 Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 43 Band 1, 43
Track 3, 4.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 43 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 43
Student Council 4.
Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 33 Beta Hi-Y
2, 3, 4.
PFARRER, PATRICK "CURLEY"
Football I3 Speech l, 23 Beta Hi-Y 2, 3 Sec. 4.
G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 43 Hockey l, 2, 33 Spanish 1, 2, 3, 43
T. K. Thespians 43 Class Play 3, 43 Y-Teens 1.
G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 43 Sergeant-of-Arms 33 Pres. 43 Capt. 4.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Capt. 3, 4 Vice Pres. 4.
REYNOLDS, BARBARA "BAkB"
Transfer 33 Class Play 4.
RINER, ROBERT "ROCKY,'
Basketball 1, 33 Tennis 2, 3. 43 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3 Sec. 43
Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Class Tres. 13 Class Sec. 33 Class
RUCKGABER, JOAN "JOANIE"
Transfer 23 Hockey 3, 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4.
RUDDICK, JOAN "JOANIE"
Transfer 23 Band 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Annual Staff 4.
SAMPSON, ED IIMUSCLESI'
Transfer 43 Football 43 Alpha Hi-Y 4.
SAUERMAN, RICHARD "HANK"
Basketball I3 Football 1, 23 Baseball 33 Gamma Hi-Y 3, 43
Future Teachers 43 Jr. Red Cross 43 Class Play 43 News-
paper Staff 4.
SQIIELL, DALE USLEEPY
Basketball l, 2, 33 Football 3, 43 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
Track l, 33 Class Play 4.
SCHNEIDER, EUGENE HSNOZN
Basketball 1, 23 Football 13 Beta Hi-Y 2, 33 Thespians 1,
2, 3, 43 Golf Team 2, 33 Class Play 3.
SCHOEN, JAMES "JIM"
SHAW, PETER "PETE"
Spanish Club l, 2, 3 Tres. 43 T. K. Club 3, 4.
SI-IROPSHIRE, KENNETH USHARPSHOOTER
Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Prog. Chr. 43 Gamma Hi-Y 43
Newspaper Staff 4.
Chorus l, 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
SMITH, NORMA JEAN "SMI'I'I'Y"
Chorus 3, 43 Future Teachers 43 Newspaper 4.
SMITH, WILLIAM "BILL"
Football 43 Transfer 4.
STANLEY, WILLIAM "WILLIE"
Transfer 23 Beta Hi-Y3 Intramural Basketball3 Debate3
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 T. K. 3, 43 Class Play 43 Future
Teachers 3, 43 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club l, 2,
3, 43 Jr. Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3.
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Dragon Publication 13
Annual Staff 2 Editor 43 Alpha Hi-Y 43 Spanish Club
2, 3, 4.
SUTTON, CHARLES "CHUCK"
Track 2, 33 Dragon Business Manager 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43
Variety Show Swing Band 33 Gamma Hi-Y 43 Operetta 33
Future Teachers 3.
TATE, JOEN LEE "JOANIE"
TEEGARDEN, MAJOLE uRUSTY',
Transfer 43 Chorus 4.
THOMAS. FRED L. A.
THOMPSON, BILL "WILLIE"
Transfer 23 Alpha Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 23 Latin
THOMPSON, NORRIS "TOMMY"
TOEIASSEN, THOMAS "LONG TOM"
Football 3, 43 Basketball 23 Baseball 33 Alpha Hi-Y 3, 4.
TODD, PATSY "PAT"
Transfer 43 Chorus 43 Annual 43 Operetta 43 Variety
TREMAINE, BEVERLY SUE
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 3, 43 Chorus 1, 23 Hockey
2, 3, 4.
Transfer 33 Chorus 43 Variety Show 4.
TSCHIEGG, RONALD QIRONNIEI,
Track l, 2, 3, 43 Gamma Hi-Y 33 Band 1, 2, 3.
French Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 2.
VACCHIANO, TOM "VACH"
Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 33 Gamma Hi-Y Chaplain
WALKER, WILLIAM "BILL"
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Gamma Hi-Y 33 Newspaper Staff.
XVALTON, EUGENE "GENE"
WAMPLER, ROBERTA UBOBBIEH
G. A. A. l, 2, 33 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club I, 2,
3, 43 Hockey 1.
G. A. A. 13 Hockey 1, 33 N. F. I.. 2, 33 French Club 3,
43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Class
Play 43 Future Teachers 2, 4.
V371-IITLEY, BETTY "BOOTS"
XVILSON, DAVID "DAVE"
Band l, 2, 3, 4.
WOLFRAM, DORIS "DORIE"
G. A. A. I, 2, , 4.
WRIGHT, RICHARD "DICK"
Band 1, 2, 33 Gamma Hi-Y 4.
YOUNG, NORMA JEAN
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 13 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
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