Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH)

 - Class of 1951

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The administration pro- vides the downbeat to keep the students in rhythm. READIN N RITIN Mr J E Prass, Prmclpal and Mr D L Barnes, Supermtendenl' To Mr Prfass and Mr Blrnts hots tht trcdlt for the orgam mterest m youth md CdLlL'if1OD gives them pfttlence ind under stmdmg to dczl xuth my problem xxhtth m 13 mst ll I I O D 3 . I U I I I . . . 2 - 17 ' - Y - ' ' '- zation and the smooth running of Fairmont. Their sincere - - ' 2 he D 7. 4 h c ' 143 'z " zf ' 2'z". X N RITHMETIC Board of Educahon 'Ihc Boxrd of Fdunatron performed 1 QFCII service for Iurmont thus yur Its good work uded the plssrng of the bond rssue whrch wrll provrdc frmong other thmgs 1 nevs md much welcomed 1dd1t1on to the school Thrs veir llso sm the mm mon of the successful drrver trunrns, qoursc xxhrch vs ms lpprovcd by the bo xrd 11st ye lr vT snw-.M George L Ernst Chwrles Nrchols Chester Moyer Robert Krebs Gordon M1CFlfl'1HL.1 M 0 N T E Y O U N G I I I . 2 L ' 2 ' 2 . ' ' Q 42 ' 'Z . I ' 2 ' ' 2 . J x a is 4 g 1 4 ' 2 N 2 L ' ' . c 2 , 2 ' l 2 X 2 . 7 ' ' ' ' e ,. , . , , , I I C K C s - .ffl N . ' Vx ,.. , , X --rr X . H Y ' Q 1 a Q 1 1 2 4 TAUGHT TO THE TUNE FACULTY DIWHT ASHLR 1 FRIEND COUSER XVINIFRED ESTERIY HOWARD FI ATTER CIARR I I-IAINES IELAND HAII I AURA KLNNI DX I DC AR NORRIS CHARLES OVERHOI SER GLADYS POWELI CHESTER ROUSH EUGENE SMITH RICHARD SOMERS RACHEL URIQK IOUIS ZARI MSKI HELEN VOGELSANC1 MIRIAM WILSON STEPHAN JUNDANIAN -IACIK FOI VTS OF A HICK'RY STICK' FACULTY ROBERT ALLEN vlNt112NT ARNOLU RAl.I'H I:OXX'l.liR LIEAH ITUNCK HIYLIZN HARTSOCQK LAURA MARSHALI. MARY Bl2I.I.I2 XVARRKN H ADLIZY IT. XVATTS The faculty get togctlmcr once tt month for 11 meeting and social hour. . 1" O .Qu . .f -lm 1 l . 9 'zf I 4 .1 ww 'A 2 195555-5?fA7kgQQ'QEEf i Kwik I adm.-Alu' Wa. Wig -ug 1 xg, egg ' KA t . I Q-M sz- ,:' W ...:,.-,gp ff,--:r -1 Qtr., f fg ,.,,. , vim Gym .g s ,.,,5 gMVW , ? ,y fg,mm .W ,w1g5?1,.W. . ,EM V ., 2 , ggi-K: I Lf 51:72 Q s "1f " Lff? 55: 2 5 i f sp - ,K W W fun xQg9Lw,, f - ' W -W4---J -Lf, I - -W :Q 3- 1 my , X- a2rr.fSfL az-M N.c,u,, xiii-A -My gf: X-,gt-1.x g ,. I . .H-. -- D ,Q WV an n Q 1 -. Q 2 a fe' E Q W " 'gvrlwiivw ,,,, -.,X3,. ,wav .f 4, ff k - W ' Q .M M... nh frg, ws: , Aw-'B at L X ff 1.,,.v EFFICIENT, DEPENDABLE Mrs. Florence Brown Miss Gloria Kirkpatrick Miss Florence Stoff Miss June Routzahn 'Ihg oiflu. Suit lb III Lsscnull but oftcn uul uxdul pmrt of thu lLi!H1IllbfI'1 tion Thcse LHILILHI women irc kept bu 3 awry du ot the school yur md much of the summer drum: so m mv lobs of nmporrmnc . . ' ' Q 1 '..' l ' 2 A 1 Al 1' ' . v , , , V rv ..-. , A , - ., , , A L J 4 ' V1 4 ' ' 2 I '. c . CO OPERATIVE AND PLEASANT l Why. NELSON S VARIETY CUSTODIANS The eustoduns h we 1 srx dry lxxeelt Job lxeep1n5 our blllldlllb dem md IH bood repur During., thc summer they work to h we our sehoml ln extrt hne LOHLTIIIOII for the flll term lhe eustothms lre Chirles C rue Muntenmee Dlreetor R lymond H1 gms lsdw 1rd Snford Chlrles Stokes COOKS The Looks xre the most promnnent per sons ln school when lunth EIITIE comes They work long hours euh dly to yve us well blllneed meftls They lre Bertht Brldford Mary Earnshm M 1ry Eshblugh Bessie Dlle C om Arehdfu in BUS DRIVERS The bus dnvers deserve specul reco nr non for the excellent Job they dnd rhrs prst year Although hwxng to face ill lcrnds 0 qdverse eondlnons dunng thrs unusu1l wm ter they farthfully transported students safely to 1nd from sehool l l 4,5 V101 -we L 5-I' Y R fit" Q ji as Q Hu Lanai'-I-M H 4 Q A The end of the school year is here and it gives evidence that all of the classes have practiced both work and play. The Sophomores are now blending into their rhap- sody, the juniors are advanc- ing to a yet more difficult production, and the Seniors have completed their concert in a shower of good wishes. 'lo we THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES ust four years ago there entered furmont 1 group of lnvely rather frlghtened boys and g1rls The halls ol Fa1rmont seemed so vude, the audltorrum stage, so bng the teachers all so fOI'ITlldd.lUlC They were srmply over avx ed But they vxcrc vnlhng to worlt, and the ye lrs Hem swrftly lt vsas 1 struggle, at t1mes, to to operate and thmgs dndn t alvy ays vxorlt out lust nght Yet they never gave up They learned hovs to xxorlt together, md they grevs ID confidence The sophomore dmtc was 1 blg sutttss and the junlor play, Dear Ruth, by Nor man Krasna vtas outstandmg They entered therr semor yc1r vuth prlde md defermmt non to make that year one never to be for gotten A memorable performante vxas glven III Fly lxamns Goodbye My flnty md they retlly went On the 'lovyn yxxth thclr tnvely llnmsy lreshmtn tsstmbly to thelr senlor assembly md Qfllltl fmlle Happy Fumes, lf vxas all 1 qu1te marvelous Ind wonderful evperlente And smte they tant sly lll of the thxngs th If they vsould lxlte to sly the scmor tllss ol l9Dl le was m the tnnual Just thrs one brref message Thank, tar the Memorues X I 1 T y4.i . A ' T y E6 Q S f 1 ll ll J ' , , 42' - - .2 .' ' , 1 N ' 2- I 0 , . I 1 ' 1 r J - l J L . I Y. ' I 1 A 1 ' Y . , Q ,. - 2 ,l . , .. A, 7 yi Q 2 ' . at r A . , V l H 12 V VA V. I 1 V v- V- A- H A ' ' ' 1 senior dance. And so, from their compara- V ' ll K I . I I - A' 2 15' A A. . b 1 K z 1 , V r ' 2 1 A - . , . l'. Q xc ' 1 z ' Y 2 ' f ' ' 2 '1 1 2 ' V-1 , 2 , .t A ' -2 A ' .2 A- ' 1 v . If 1 ' H OF FUN WE HAD TOGETHER SENIORS Bruce Richard Amfxnd Mary jo Apr lol'1 Mae Arnold Pmrry Ann Ashcrlfr jon 1'reder11.k Bergcs 'lhonms Dlle Bertlmg., joseph Wlrren Besr Walter Bowman Cjerlld Marnn Boyd Norman Alfred Brxdsrrup john Brooks Marxan une Brooks Dale Fr mcls Brown Vlrgnnla Enleen Burns ames Mrrrln Cxrlonlx Charlotte Marne C xrr Beverly Je in Ch un Mary C Lure Chlsler Marllyn .met C l xrke Rllph Benson Clemens Mlrua 'Knn Clune Vll'glHl.1 I ee C olem rn Ann I llen C ombs . . . . 1 7 H ' . a ' Y ' L ' J J' a ' 1 ' ' Betty jean Carpenter ' ' I 1 1 1 . OF PROBLEMS SENIORS Emily Ann Craggs Rxchwrd Iee Crug, Nmcy Lou Crane Sumnne Lllett Cuthbert Florence Edlth Dlrnell lots Mae Deqn Phyllls jo mn Decker C lmrlea R tph.1el Dorsten xmes Thomas Ihrnh trt Gordon Demon Elam I rwrence Charles Folund Kenneth Ivan Freeze Glenn 'I hom IS Frxermood Bonnre Lou Frlx J xmes H trley Gallaher .lnxe G.1u Ierry lee Glbson Donna M te Goem Dave Bruce Graeser Gerald Gray james Franklrn Greenlee Donald Allen Hrtmrlton Mdry Llnzabeth I-Iammon Robert Wrllram Hannah SENIORS Charles Donald Hardm acquelyn lee Hardy uanlta ean Harned Patrlcla Louise Hart lack Edvs ard Haslup Thomas Harry Hayvs ood ames lrwm Head Carl Melvnn Helfinstxne Eugene Carl Helser Herbert Carson Hetzer l un 1 Hey nau Cy nthu Marle Hlbberd Donald Lee Hlll Robert ohn Hmman Herbert Thayne Holtom Mary Ann Hoskln Phyllls Arlene Hott Dorls Mdfll,D How 1rd Albert Spencer Hoy er Dons Emtly Huber Slurley Marx lolms anet Mme lohnson ohn Thom ts lolmson anet Kelly THAT WE SHARED -B., bmi if OF PROMS AND GAMES AND CLASSES SENIORS Paul Wxllard Keslmig, Fllzlbeth K It mry n Krarzer lomne lxruegex Cfrrol Ime I ltrell Don rld Robert loeddm B1rb1r1 Rurlu lonserr in blrx FUDILL M ufmrlwnd om AlfrulM1Ql mlm lolm Don lld M 1rr1n in C lm lrles Russell M lrtm R my Cnllson MLKlHDCy Hamer Iou se Melkc l 1lll1n Mfarle Merucr Sunnnc Pc 1rl Mcrrrrr Ink Allln Nils oync Ellen K iftzgcr Thonns Russell No lx C 1rol lom Oroszn B1 blfl Anna Osborne C lm lrm 1 lxly Oxcrnmn Armfmd Llonel Plquerre Thomas Ernest Polley Carolyn Sue Pool . . I 132 1 l ' . 7 v ' . ' Q ,1 1 .- f 1 F IV 1 , O I 2 2 I . 11' 1 1 1 "' 'L "1 1 I l 1 1 ' ,v- ' . 1 1 A 1 I 1 .1 1 ' Ronald Eugene Mcilrum , 1 '. ' " .1 A' '1 ' J . , 'R 1 ,. 1 ,1 1 ' if K l ' . I 1 1 '1 " ' 1 1 V FOR THE PARTIES AFTERWARDS SENIORS SlIS'lIl Mftc Pricc Frctlcrick .lOl'lH Ro'1l1111s 1111Ls H lrcm ltl Rolucrts C trolc Roulmcr Cl trlottc Rocttcx Dnxtl P111l R11111l11r1,Lr Robert Ry 111 Dual R1tl111'1l Smlxstctlcr M1r5,1c Stmllm Pttrltlt SLl11x1l1 Batty 3r.l11xe1tet1111t1 l 1lCC11 Stott Rontltll Sllfikllf o 111 bhroyer mct glllllll 1l1cr bondrt S grltz I 111165 S1111111ot1s Dolores Yxonne S mpltuns Pl1yll1s le 111 S1111tl1 Vflllll 1111 Stew 1rt lutly tl1 lorcnc btoll Al 111 R 1lpl1 Stout bue Sllptllblxl M 1r1 lu 'I 1111pl111 +4!kU' WE THANK ,ai!"' if-' Www if 'MF SENIORS Marllyn T1te Iohn Hows xrd Terhune Robert Benton Thompson Dlx ld Wtlll IIN Thomson Doris lean Todd Fr mces Todd Ruth 1rd fdvx IH Trlsel Innes R 15 mond Tyson nl honms Wqrren Underhlll Ron lld Vince lxenneth VIDLTCFWCII Ioseph E Vorndrm C leo Vradells M1ry Vulg1more frederlck S Wlltlmer CJOILTIC Wexwer Albq Sue Webster o tnne Wendllng, I-lernnn Ieslle Wletzel Berthn M IC Wfllloughby Suzanne Wolf Dfale Woodall Fred Don 11d Worthlngton Eugene Wyatt W YOU SO MUCH SENIORS Berry jean Wymer jwck Donald Wyrner Marllyn june Wynn unc-5 R1lph Yuns S re Ann Young Ilmes Edwqrcl Yowell Robert Ynmmer Thom IS Znmmerman Thomas E Zoph Not puznred Carroll ames ENJOY YOURSELF The C,l1ss ot 5 7 has htd fx vcry busy year Indeed For thelr 1sscmhly they presented 1 y cry rmprobahlc tfllxe off o Hamlet Mrd Wlnter Rhapsody the yunlor dance yms 1 defimte success and the class play the lun hllcd comedy Young Mans Fmcy vyas proof ol the1r drtmatlt 1b1l1ty They yy ere also grauous hosts for the unlor Senror Banquet Ind the Prom Qonoratulauons to the yunrors for 1 good yur and lots of luck to them IS nut ymrs sensors ll 111 IT'S LATER THAN YOU THlNK" 1 X2 Q' H , 2 1 A 7 rvl, ' 'Q - ' f - 2 Fl v A 1 A l'- rl Y' v,- ,. ,,y . . , YL L ' E 7 E ya . .- 4 ' 7, " Y 2 'Y,,, V Q ' 2 1 '-I 'I y. sy V 2 YF. J . - . ' Ia . . UI . . . 2 Hz ,z " 2 U fn' JUNIORS Run 1: lflizalwcrlm llrnmlcnlmriu. lrcnc lirmxn, Ann llnnll. Carol Alwrlq, Sylvia Clark, Patti Brewster, Ruth ,lcan Barlvicr. ICM1 .ff Marilyn Cflarlic. Snnllm Bcllvillc. ,ln Annu cl.ll'lSLlH.AlllIlC Cmggs, W'illi.xm Cate, Gerald Collinx. Thnnms Adkins. IC JI 9: Danny Cuclxcll. Diglx Christensen. -lim Amrinc, lflllliu Blair, llurry Carroll, ,lim lirillllcll, Blaine Cnllins, john Hnllglntyrlc, Run 4: Dan Clmrlstxnnn. Dinlx lirauly. Cllmrlcs Bullmnll, 'link Bislmp, blluncs lirccn. Bill Cglllistcr, Riclmrxl Brown. 'T vs I lanu l mx ly lxdrhx l l"1Illx C mal I ritz Nano Dlnw 1 llllc C .imlg D Llxu N mu Du ll C x nthll lame mu lml C us 1 l thu I IVIS Mlrllxn lllls Xixrln IL Dluz Dux L llunhcr 'lusla llntnhcr Liml Ivins rus Dans P1 l wrmulx: li wlw Dunno 5 ll Dnnm xn Al Ill llmu fur 1 u r 4 nx XI nl1nD1sl1L lxlr Duns JUNIORS Irene Cvau. XY'illa lean Kanrner. Marloruc hlaegpr. Suzanne George, Mary Lou Grassan. Nancy Hall. Par Franzen. -lanie Graeser. Chris -lohnenn. Delnrie Gore. -lanicc llcnrrich. Barbara Hankman. Jackie Gray. -loyce Garner. Beverly Hervel. Ray Johnson. jerry Keifcr. Harry Keifer. Bob Huseman. XX'illiam jones. Tnm Hazel. Jim Hnurz. Bob Horsrman. Dale Frizzell. Lee Kiscr. Bob Hnfferbcrrh. Deane Hussnng, Don Howell. George Goulrlbourn. ? "'-SY .fr W' G- .Ni Nfarlcnc Omer llorenac Nlaur lobx Nlclson Nlancx long Lxnrhra Ninlntlrc XXlDxlllL Mcfloslxq lolnm Pennington Ioan Oden ln an Magruder Niadclxn Lane L lxopt Rmhard 'Nfirbur cr Stanlex Paxnc ac t lack lxlmc Alan 'Xcvlklrla lxcnncth fx1iill'1LCI' Bwlv lXI'Cl'HS BFUCC LOFLI, RlLl1dfLl lWlCl'ldCl B111 lNllllCI' mla Niclxner 'Vlaxrnr Nloorehearl Pat Pauly xldfllkll lxrc gbmer arnlxn Luke Lumbx Bob Nirlrenberfgcr Phrl lxnofl Paul Moore Ronald Lowe v Ron' Roz: Rau R014 JUNIORS I: Marjorie Rader Nancy Sayre, Emily Smith, Sue Shultz, Mimi Smith, jeanie Sahler, judy Roberts, Georgia Scott. J: Marcia Sue Shirey. Carol Schubert, Carol Schwiererman, Betty Lou Smith. Pat Riggs, Barbara Poaque, Lynne Ryan. .35 Bill Simmons. Ronald Schock, Connie Roush. Edwin Stauss. Ronnie Reynolds. Al Seihert. Neil Smalley. 4: ,lack Schimer, Don Robertson, Donald Profitt, BohSherrill, Don Pfarrer. Dick Ross. H+ Resize ,fig I' ,og Roz: I Madeline Webh Sallx Trimhath jo Ann Witte lriela Weaver lnaebora 'littel Dolores Thompson Vsinnie Thum Susalee Wiltlason Nanty lutts oanna NX illten Doris Whitlcmtlt Shirley Thompson an Wilder Anna lh ,mas jim Sthuniather Dale Wormuood Donald VUalter 'Nloble Yoshida Rithard Titus Ray Walter Wilbur Stewart Phelps Switzer Bill XVelde 'lom Wlills lrnie XX illiams Walter Wolf Ronald Weis jerry 'lellis FULL OF FUN AND FANCY FREE " lhe Sophomore Clxss by now h xs been thoroufhly rntttuted mto the Furmont stu dent body md they ve proved th xt they hwe xxh1t lf txltes' Thelr lssembly 1 dude from all reports the1r dante Platter Spm vms qurte tommendiblc The sophomores xlso hwe mlny up 1nd COUIIUE., lthlctes All rn all the tltss of 1953 hls made tremendous strrdes 1n the rrght drretnon md shows great promxse for the future lxeep up the ,good vsorlt' 1 1 V O ,1 A N A 2 5 'I V7 2 A S . . .I . I.I I I 2 l 2 2 A 7 2 ' 1 ' 1 ' . ' 2 , 2 ranch setting, was unusually well done, and I . I I I .. I . ,,I 'C . N C A. A 1 t ' 1 -1 -' ' f 2 I . ' , 1 ' 1 A 2 ' ' a . . .I . I . I ' ' I Y 7 ' Run lx'f,11 y lynn Nun 4-ny, SOPHOMORES Betty Luu Burncx. Sara Allen, XX".xmlr1 Cclil. Marilyn Buynl, vluyrc Brunr, ,lo Ann Gnngcrt, M.1rLilcnn Bcglacr. Mary Burtlurt, Shirley Butler. Diak Chain. Bullrly l3ruwn..lLmnit.1 Andres. lfllcn Bqrlwrink. Betty ,lo Bmmlt. Cnnnic Bcnwnl George B.1rrLA:t. 'lim Bnylcs. Bill Alwlwtt. Sum Aslmlvy. Holm Cf.1rnncll .lim Brinkley, Cfurmll lil.1ir. Ronnie Brown, ,lark Arrlmcr, Larry Curpcr. liwsrcr Brown. Bwlw licmillgcr, Kenneth Blur, lirddlr-y Qrrlrlell, Butlml Cllucszcr, Liam- Bnrlwr. Duc Bmrllwuk, Runnic liixmggurnml. 5 . .V r,, 1 iw 2 s 1 X ., ,- is .4 w mx .wp-M ry 1r1 xn mmtlu Dm ur L Ln N iw 'Nlir llshu lumnf, fllH1NU ll'lLX luu url llluln s s Cl rrrall C xrwlxn Cum w 1 Hr r u111sL n lllll Q s 0 4 tl Rmlnu C FHHLN 1 nm 1 nlgr Lum gr sm 1 x x 5 4 l A5 y , s 3 ku 5 f'ij,: A- My f 3 if K-ff QA , If X ll . f ' ' ' 4 Zi 43' I 44' . X A sl Y -J RMU I: Mu ' ,lu lfnhulc. Nl. 'lt' lfngcl. Ibn I' .5 - , ll AlA Curri . Cnlrmcn lllcr, l r :lm A .E . A f 3 nclx, Sh' . U l, " A Ll liptc. ISHN jx Roscnmric Darniw, xlurly llmu, llI'L'Ihl.l Lnrlwy, Mnry Lir.1l1.1n1. Yxrginm ll.1rris, M.1ry Clwnyillc. LECUI'-LfC.lIlll.l R ' . Q4 I' Q LIUI. ISHN 95 lf.lrl Dmlxc. Runnin Dux A , Lrxml if- nulwy. Cllmrfy D f A, Mnrilyn c.l1lllL'f5, Dm .1 lfmlxulml. l,- ui.: CQ llcy, .lim li'l4lg', Q ' lbs, 4, Nui L'r.1c-ter. .lim G.1ll.1Aulwr, ,l.nl-X fllllll A, liill fun A . A A liislm' . Run All lfr'tz.D.1'clQ .ln .Clluck CQl1rll.1r 'N SOPHOMORES Anil lf lUAI1rl Harriman. Marx' lame Hnlwlit. Berry Huulies. Barbara Hunter. Dlinna luncx. Mary lime Kline. lullitli lx mi U Il lxffzf Kcrscy, ,lmcr Kimrlc, I A 1 U V I i D Wiliiid bliincx. Nlnly ylimcw. Lliif. K.lNKL'Il5. Climl Kulimlr. PM luncs. I.illi.m -liilinsmii. -Liiiilu Kisrlcr. Kamal Kenney. Dun Kemper. Phil llcllgcx. ,lim llmiscr. PM H,irrcry,,luy1.c llmuirll, -link llcnry. .lim Kurns. Rirlmrll llilrun, Bert llgirriwn. Rillmrll lliilcy, -lim King. Hill llirrli. Bill -lcnsiin. lilmlw llariuilli. Herbie llnycs. H., igigfiljfb L. vi. TESEQLZQQ , mf... , .,,,,.,. Phyllis Riu: lhtty Rulvcrlla N,1nLx Littcll B.1rlmr,i Unxer Lois Lwngcrr NI.1rx Mintorll Pcgq Parker lmlrcn Rutherford R055 nnii Nlrlxinllc Xnrgnc mmm C nriii Nuur y 1 un i.ii ii Nillii ll.irrx Riley IL CXLI Ull.1 UAIILIII A LFP. N .LIAII .if i unit ICJ icufrt Llsl ill' Ruusf it ,in cr fx , L , . il. . g . , , , K l l f . Q M I . Run lr ' '. Q ' . j 1 ' ' - . ' ' "' . . i 1' ' . jg' ' ' . 7 Kfiii .Fi l:vri Riclimlinll. Ann Mlluny. Sliirlpy Oslwrn. llliylliw Riilcs. hlnyuc Martin. Liriil Ryxni. llclcn RQJII. l.Liliiill.i Rffzi Q UIQ i . ' . N. ll ll P A. Qy l ' .' l A. Pl: 'll3 M mi -. L' l Iiirrilk. Purc1..ili.iii.i5.'lR ii . riru, Rini 4 Llii M R IJ YN- .Bill Liny. YI- .l . M k Nl l J. Cl ,j R l. Bill Ril 3 P' R011 H1111 RHI! Run SOPHOMORES ' bluync 51111lV.l11. 1411111 1.ll11p1ll1, 1x.1111ry11 5t11xx.111. 1'.NC1yll Stchucr. 1.11111 mms, -11111y 5x11lCXL', N.1111y 51161, 51111111 htupp, I A Peggy 5Lrcc11111c111, Batty NCXILJII, C..1r111 Slglllklll, ,l.1y11c 5L1lLlfCIlC, 111l1'13,A1'.l btucsscl. 1I11UyL'I1L' 5Il1lI1l, 1.1113 5p11l1.-1 Terry S111nps1111, 1111111 Sdmcfcr. Ray V1-111'1lL'1', 1111111 Splnvullcr, -lim S1111xx, Ritlmnl 5L11.1a1t:. Luc Snydcr. 11111111111 Stewart. N1.11.lL'1l S1111111. 2 R,lflx1.111 S11y.1ur, .1mQp11 Stunzc, Ray Scxtun, XX!i1li.1r11 5p.111r, Rofcrt Silvers, jerry Sqltriml, B011 Stanley. im Q3 Ei f' N1iFI1liWCIL 1111151 1111111145 M0111 In 11 1111111 Nugcl M11t1re11 v2111l1t'S B.1r1u.1r.1 Wyatt Ndnq Wuneg Lumrc 111n11npw11 L1Lr.1l111r1c XX111111g1l 11111 XOL1lflI1LLf Ll 1 Wumr 1. 1s X11 LFS C1,1111c1tL !11111 8111111 Vuilcr R114 1111111111 5111 N1.1rx Wen Rumcll Nukem DM1-.1 Vsgtf 151111 XX c1s11 Ru11,1r1 XXl11'x1I15UIl D111 1 11 51.111151 XX ..l1'llL1' R11114111 1r15L1 Bob XX1111d1115 L1.11c 1111111111 B111XXc.1xcr RU114111 XX111141115 R41 XX111141111 'tm s W C The metronome has meas- ured off the hours. The school year is at an end, and now We take a rest to review in mem- ory our activities and fun. OUR LEADERS IN CITIZENSHIP STUDENT COUNCIL 'ff' jerry Gray Gene Frsher Ronald Dexter Jayne Schurene Peggy Parker Joann Decker Iohn MacLard1e Suzre Cuthbert Jane Graeser Sue Shultz Nell Smalley jlm Greenlee Donald Chrrstman A specral effort was made thls year to atquamt the students wrth the functrons of the student tounul Thexr goal his been to worlt more closely wlth the students and to make the entlre sthool beneht by the counul Some of the projetts th1s year mcluded thoosmg the cheerleaders rarsmg funds to pay for the pmno Paralysrs and Tubertulos1s drxves They Vlslfed the S1dney Student Councrl and ln vrted the student tountrl of .mother school to Farr mont There were thrrteen members on the tountrl wth the folloyung servrng as offiters john MatL.1rd1e presrdent, Suzre Cuthbert vxte prestdent and Joann Detlter secretary Mr Prass was .tdvxsor to the group l 1 1 , 1 V . I .1 , participatxng rn the Community Chest, Infantile , D a 7. . u : I Q 1 . , . , . 3 , , 1 ' 3 1 n . 1 N V' V I V . fl Roll' Rau' Razz' R rf ll SCHOLARSHIP, AND SERVICE 'rokcl-I AND KEYSTONE Nancy Crane, Beth Hammon, Florence Mayer, Joann Decker, Joby Nelson, Marjorie Rader, Cynthia Hibberd Richard Titus, Mary Chisler, Suzanne Cuthbert, Jane Graeser, Christine Johnson, Carol Pool, Joyce Naftzger Bruce Amand, Alan Feller, Joanna Wilken, Betty Schwieterman, Doris Huber, Shirley Thompson, Doris How ard, Ann Craggs, Judy Stoll, Barbara Poague, Tom Underhill, Harriette Melke, Jim Greenlee, Charles Bal bach, Fred Walther, Bob Hofferberth, Dave Graeser. Jim Gallaher, Tom Zoph, Jerry Gray, John Disher, John Shroyer, Ralph Clemens, Joe Best, Davizl Darnell Torch and Keystone, the Fairmont Chapter of the National Honor Society, held its 10th annual tapping ccrcmony on March 30. Twenty-six new members were chosen for this high honor. Selections for the society were based on each student's character, schol- arship, leadership, and service. Initiation and induc- tion ceremonies were held on April 13 in the music room. At this time pins and certificates were pre- sznted to the new members. GUENT'HER'S BARBER ' RVIH Run Rum Run National Forensic, Debate, Thespians, N. F. L. If .loan Otlen, ,luunnc Vfetulling. l7lurcm'c Mayer. ,lulwy Nelwn, Annu Bttumlmler. Cynthia liurnsltaw, Carole Cushen. Beth Hammon. J: .loyce Naftzger. Wandale Mcliloslac-y. Chris jolmsun. Mary Ann lluskin. Suzie Cuthbert. .ludy Stull, Sam Allen. Peg Screenchheld. if Armand Paquette. Doris Howard. Carnlyn Puul. .Inner johnson. Maxine Mmmrehcatl. jane Craggs, Elayne Sqhurene, If Brute Amtmtl, Rolwert Miltcnhergt-r, Dun l.oc-tltlfng, john Disher. Tom Pulley. Kenneth Yantlt-rNY'iel. ,lim Ymvell. Tom Zuph, DEBATE Robert Mxlttnbergnr lllll Hmxcll lohn DlSlILf Arnmntl Piqutttt Anne Btumhuler llorcmc Mxycr IUIIIFIL Wan llm Razz Ron R 1 Rfzz THESPIANS I Banu Crane Carole OIOSZI Beth Hammon Beverly Cham lone Nattzg,er loann Detlter Marx Ann Hoslun Suz1e Cuthbert Iuds Stoll Mary Chxiler lanet lohnson Carolxn Pool Dorm llcm xrtl Sundrl QILYIYI Brute Ammtl Ann fragu Worman Brlditrup Tom Underhill lim C rec-nlce llm Cxllaher loe But lohn M.1cLml1e Tum Lopf ' Y V I VI r 5-Q . . I . if 5' , . . I x 5 ,M M-, A . C B5 2 ' ' f O .lu :..t.,,,i.r e Q . .. 1, 5, ' ,.,,M.,..We if . , 4 I -,, ,Jr . 1, -, , 5 ' , . ,' ,. , , -. M 4. f ,, - t, ', W - V ' . . . .t t .K .. 1 . A U... C . , . 1 elim' Q ra' .r 'L . . Junior Red Cross Council, and Future Teachers ,YR lvm Nanu Cerann hllI'lC7flL lac Ll Sung Wolf Nliry Io Apt Nunnnr. Ge-or e CXflIl1ld ldrnshm Dolores Slmp kms llorante Darnell Csnthm Hlbberd fm Pcgu Pirker Lllllin lohnston Bescrlx Hetzcl Phxlhs Roles lone Aldfllfl Harrrette Nlelkc Pat Pauls lanlce Klstler Mildred XY hxtlex um P.1tH1trery lxatle lxritler 5l1lI'lLX Thompson lox tt Hou 1rd Bertx Ndnsleternun llI'IC.I5Ll1Ul'I1dlxEl' Barharl Oshornc Mass llrltk lxwzz mx Turner B ln Smnlu lon I ulcrhlll lt KI S ss lx nmth X 1ndqrXVml Dun mel o Cnr rx lelhs lll'l1lXl. s RED CROSS lhns xclr the unlor Red C,ross hlled 1 sehool Chest for oxcrsels nude. LlCLOI'1fl0l1S 1nd rrnmmcd CFLLS for liroxxn Hospltlls ClH'lSfIl11S PIII, Oth ters for the xetr xx ere B1rb1r1 Osborne prcstdent larry Telhs unc presldent Betty SLl1XXIC'fCl'INll1 seuretxry Ind lvllbb Urlek 1ClXlSOf FUTURE TEACHERS lhe luturc Tcmhcrs of Amerlm xxlth Mlss XX trren IS thexr lClXlSCll' met exch month to hexr txlks by members of the professlon The ofheers for tht Nur were lomn Decker president Nmq C l1l1L N me presldcnt und Frlmes Todd SCCYCCIFQ -in .Run I Carole Oroszn Beth Hammon loyce Nlaftzger loann Decker Suns. Nkolf Nancy Crane nu ' Lxnrhla Hxlvhcrd lmntes Todd 'Vlarx Ann Hoskln Ruta Thompson Xlirx lee Timplm Marx lint ln on wut Dimuo C l ro n l DFIS lloxxard liner lohnson Miss W arren on ru Thompson are Crl xt lk xryorle Nlllxlllll Ann Criggs Barham Osho OUR LANGUAGE CLUBS PROMOTE LOS DRAGONES ESPANOLES MENORES Ron I: Miss Kennedy. Peggy Screechneld, Barbara Hackman, Carol Aberle. Marilyn Engel, Florence Mayer, Judy Vlfymer. Rini J: Ronnie Bingamnn. Bill Jones, Carmen Faber. Joyce Brusr, Wanda fletil. Ned Graeter. Bill Alwlwtt, Danny Cockell, Don Kemper, Joyce Sullivan, Mary Graham. Jayne Schurene. Run 3: Scott Ashby. Jim Gallagher, David Darnell, Bill Callister. Pat Riggs. Brute Lorie, , ,-ii...g . Filrii W3 J Los DRAGONES ESPANOLES MAYQRES Compton Joyce Garner Mary Lou Grassan Nancy Hill zz Joe Best Bill Miller Al Seibert Stanley Payne Tom Polley George Gouldlwurn Lowell Curtis Bob Milten burger Jim Breen Phil Knoff Miss Kennedy -if 5 A . ,f xw, 9 . Run 1: Joby Nelson. Emily Smith, Beverly Chain, Willa Jean Kantner, Joanne Pennington, Judy Roberts, Carolyn Rn 2: 5 , ' ' , ' , , .7 . ' ' ' . ' - Ron Run Ron R011 BETTER WORLD UNDERSTANDING LATIN CLUB Evelyn Stager. Lois Vickers, Ronald Lowe, Richard Titus, Nancy Crane, Marcia Clune. Nancy Wones, Judy Kersey. Nancy Siler. Miss Hartsock. Liana Heynau. Noble Yoshida, Mary jane Hoblit. Alanice Kistler, Mary -lane Kline, Susalee Wfildason. Qarol ,lean Sahler, Donna jones, Carol Coneby, Carol Pool, Joann Decker, Cynthia Hibberd, Barbara Poague, Shirley Stupp, Martha Wetz. Pat Riggs, Joyce lloward. Mary Minford, .Ioyce Martin. Beverly Chain, ,loyce Naftzer, Connie Benson, Rita Thompson, Sarah Allen, Betty Lou Barnes, Florence Mayer. Charles Balbach, Phelps Switzer, john Disher, lfranlc Demmer, Bill Geisler, Bill Jenson, Bill Spahr, Roy Turner, Allen lieller, Bob Welsli, Bob Bensinger, Iid Stauss, Ronald Shrtzder. . . X 1 .E an sw.. ,. .W 1 K In I ,dm mu we 4 me i :NWS LQ FRENCH CLUB in I kenneth Kxssincer lldred Codlini. Ronald Newman Robert Damian Don Howell Ray Iohnson Armand Paquette ri lim Greenlee Shirley Thompsmn Iuly Stoll jin Vmlder Bord a h1L,I'IIl Anne Baumhofer Io Anne Carlson Liana Hey nau zz Miss Warren lngehora. Tliffl Margie Sandlin M xrlene Dietz Niarilyn lxretchmer lane Lraggs Lillian john ston Carol Cushen Pllsllis Roles Claudette Zinsz lanet lxelly Rf J ' 4' . 5 Q V Q. ' ' ' ' , H' . ' . ' , . v. ' ' . ' ' , ' , ' , "' ' X' A '. Ru .., h . . .i . I ai . t . . . . c ' ., ,A , . . . , . . . , Q - - - RU ,A y Y Q, I ,ly xr . ,i uk, , 'Q U' . f R - 1 v I V V V ' v . . , -y . , - 1.41 FRIENDS, FUN M ALPHA Rm I lohn Iohnson Donny Todd hm Hauser Noble Yosh1da Larry Carper T1m Boyles Bud Thompson nz 7 Scott Ashby Ixm Gallagher Dave Gracser Blll lones lerry G1bson laclc Archer l'oster Broyxn 1 Ronny Bmgamon Daw, Brodbcclc lohn lMd.Cl.dl'LllL Ccnc lnshcr Ierry Gray Buford Chester Gale Tamlln lx Il 4 Harry lxe1fer Bnll bpahr Don Ptarrcr Charles Dorstcn Iohn Shroyer Ralph Clemens B111 Weaver ALPHA BETA GANHMA 111 The Alph1 H1 H took 111 s1xteen members th1s year and had an lnformal 1n1t1at1on PILDIL on October 77 The food for thc p1cn1c vs IS furnished by the pledges and the yy h xcks by IllClI' masters By sellnng school d1rector1es they were tble to donate S70 for a needy famtly tt cllI'lSUTl is tlmc Ind 1lso gtye them grocerles and clothlng presldent Iohn Mf1cLf1rd1e secretary IerryGr'1y treasurer Iohn ohnson and ohn Qhroyer chapluns Mr Robert Allen ftdylsor The Beta H1 X h 1d 1 ycry busy yelr durmg VSl'llLll they ralsed funds for needy fll11lllCS If fl1I'lSl'lN 19 lflcl p1rt1c1p1ted 1n m my other pubhc serylcc prolects They 1Iso sponsored The Dreuners Hohdty ts rhetr annual dance The officers were Bruce Amand presxdent Pit Schwab VICC pres1dent Charles Balbach treasurer Fred Wforthlngton secretary Tom Underhxll chaplfun Mr Steve und 1n1 1n lLlX 1sor lhe 011111111 H1 Y sponsorcd m my 1ct1y1t1cs th1s yc1r 'lhcy hcld 1 coxt check NCIVILC at the Boosters Cl1I'lSUHdS P1rty served lt the P T A card ptrty purchased 1 hedge for the school grounds furnlshecl 11 basket for a needy famlly at Chr1stmas and gave a World Seruce donat1on The ofhcers for the year were Herb Hetzer pres1dent Ronlld Shroder VILC pres1dent Dnck Txrus secretxry Phelps Swxrzer tretsurer Ray Tyson chtplun 1nd Mr Lou1s Zf1remsk1 ldusor 9 Q 'W . 1 . , 1 4' A ,1 I' + A' A Q f, 'M 1 1 .YA 1 .Ag 5 Q 9 R1 Q. 1 ch 11g . 1 f, , an - '1,.f' ,4. C RH, Q5 1 '31 y 11. ,1 . :P . -y 1 N Q , 'y 1 1 " " ' -... 1 " 's 11 ' 1 ' V 1' ' v V yn . N . V 1 Y Y 2 A? Y K .72 f A 1 ' '1 1 1' ' ' 1 ' . The othcers for the year were: Charles Dorsten, presidentg Ralph Clemens, vice ' gy 1' 1 ',' 1 '1. 1 11, 1 1- J 1 J c 1 1' 1 . .1 1" , 1 , 3 1 1. 1,2 1 , 1 1' 1.1 1"'1 ' 2' " 'I' 1 ' 1 ' .ilul . 1 ' '. ' I 1 . ' :'1 , " ' 1 , 3 ' , 1 1 11 ', ' 1 1-1 . I 1 '1 ,1 1 H la 1 '- ' 1' ' 1'1""" b '1. 4' ' 1 '1 ' " ." '1 ' ' 1 1 , 1 . . .' 1 . '1 1 , 1 1 1 ' . 1 : , L 1 , " .' 1 ' ' , 1 g ' , 1 1 , P1 1' 11 . ' 1 ',1 1' . AND FELLOWSHIP BETA Run fx Rulwrr Daruilu. Torn llndcrlmill, Rmmld l.mw, Dale Fmmu. Ray vlulmwn. ,lim Sclmumulmcr. Tum Nmk, 7 ' 1 we-rt Miltcnlwr cr liruu. A und 1lm . RUN -- Rvl 4: . - ng . -In Bnllnrmtync, Phil Krwtl, lfrcd Wbrrlmingrurm, Dave Rumlmrgcf. ,llw Vurndram. l 'lglSlllp, Don lmcdding. RUN I R1 J mln:-rr Stanley. Bill Geisler. l,.lI Srlmnlw, Tum ll.1yxumml, l4r.mL D Kun . Mr. um Lll Ink W' l llummn, Lmxcll Curtin. liill Cldllixrcr, Cflurlw li.1llw.ul1. lfrcd Rulxlwim. kldkli liislwp, Dun llmvf , -. Lmmn. Allan I1-lk-r.Llwl111 UfSl1vr. ,lim Breen K..-fv f ,Z -,.f' I n Il f zz lx 111 GAMMA Rm 'lxxon Ronald Dcxrnr Rm 'lurmr Rolvcrt YX LlNll lulxn lun lu Amrmc Dk7DdlLlC,hf1SfD1JlI Ld Ntauss Phglps NXKIIILI' Alm Smut lurx l'cll1s ar Hclimwrme Duld llompwn flllclx Hxrdm ag Xlkxrmr -Xl Rmhard Tn xx 1111 Grcenlnc llgrlmrr llqrlnr Bwlw llwmrmrm 5 me lv Rum C ll 1 U an XX wrrnxmml IL N um' Dlqlx Russ B1ll XX Qlde N ur L rrx lu K Ronald bhrmer Xhf rum Um xhcrrnll To I1 Pullcx IIN ...4. fl-1 ,f il ' 3 w I 4 , 3 5 A 5 R? 5, Aw, ff . l 54 . A . , - . 15.Dl1l " .ciml ,nm 1, lsfcul . if "1 5 ,il A- . '..l.'k gem-. .1 5 fllml. . ' l. Rw1z4.'Al' - -- vl-Ln -Ln, .ml i ,ll 5 1 3.l.lv. Run R011 Run Rfiti HH 1? it A Y-TEEN GIRL IS HARD TO BEAT! JUNIOR AND SENIOR Y-TEENS I, Carol Littell, Nanty franc, lflort-me Mayer, Mania Cjlum, Marjorie jaciixjli. c,l1AI'lIbflt' Rot-ttcr. joy-if Nafrzgq-r Cynthia Hihhcrtl. J: Suzie Wtull. joann Decker, Pat liranzen, lngchorg Tittle, janet johnson. jutly Stoll, Suzie Cruthhcrr. 43 Chi-is johnson, joan Magruder, Sondra Sigritz, Carolyn Pool, Susalee Xwiltlason, Marilyn Fllis. Maxine ixltmrifff head. -4: Nancy Tufts. Susan Price, jane Craggs, jackie Gray, Shirley johns. Cleo Vraclelis. Ann Craggs. ri ,km :mo - E 1 . . . . , 4 ,M Q ' nal' E r , Q 1 SOPHOMORE Y TEENS Shirley btupp Mary lo Lni.,le Martha Wetz Rosemarie Damico janet l'hu'naN Sara Allen luyce Sulliwan Dorothea Draper Helen Curtis Lois Qpiller Luis Vickers lwclyn Stcgcr Lois lxastens Connie Bcnwn jayng Schurcnt 'Nlirilxnfhiltlcrs Mtrlene Prime Slllfifl Weller C arul Smmon Phyllis Roles Lllcn Bcrhricl-t lmocenc Smith C1rol lxuhnct joycc Martin iliutltttt Itnsl Betty lv Brant lmcc Howard 4 . , r,.,i 4 M r - l l R011 2: Nancy laittell. Mary Wetz. janet Voehringcr. Marilyn Boyd, Rita Thompson, Marcilena Becker. janice Kistler ,Ns J , 5 532235 54 :Mg Ji ll ff? A if ' 1 . i . X4 '91 cgi 3X',5s35fi"' ' ' .,f:N'Td?Q,4, , 'Q ' J, .3551 - ,795 ml- -5 'r ' 13 ii SE . '24 isa QU", .- ' 2 fm: F f'F""'al-Q.. ef.. HERE IS YOUR ANNUAL STAFF Ron 7 Beverly Cham Dale Wlormyxood lerry Gray Barbara Maglarlanl Members of the staff not pltrured are Sondra Slgrlrz and Mary Lee Tamplm Throughout the past year tht enurt stltf has been to operatmg to brmg to you the 1951 ed1t1on of the FAIRMONT DRAGON Busmess Manager Fred Robbms and hrs as sxstauts Dale Wformwood and Fred Worthlngton vtorked on the Fmantlal problems of the book To Sondra Srgrrtz art edrtor goes thc tred1t for the cover and the art layouts The copy was vxrrtten by Beverly Cham and Charlotte Roetter, wxh1le Jatkxe Gray and Mary Lee Tamp lm vsere kept busy at the typewrlters Dolores Stmpkms held the posltlon of photographlt edltor Barbart MatFarland and erry Gray tovered grrls and boys sports respettlvely Edltor Dons Hovt ard and Advrsor Mlss Esterly gulded us m makmg our yearbook 1 success C C gf r- ' . 'ffiliii7Q'yf'E??f?:5 r- I ' f1 .Wv'1l.,Q."j Run' I: jackie Gray, Fred Wforrhington, Fred Robbins, Doris Howard. Dolores Simpkins, Charlotte Roetter. , -4. , F , ' . . , ' , . Y' f , . . - 2. , L , I . 1 I l e , 7 . I Y . y . , 1 ' Q 2 1 W - 1 ' ' ' 9 v ' , A . Y , 4. " 3 7 a F - ' V YK y . . V . 5 7. - . I 7 . I , 7. . . . 1 .Jef il y in Q rua., i THE NEWSPAPER STAFF The newspaper staff gave their time during class and alter school hours to produce sixteen issues of the paper. The name was changed this year from "The Dragon" to "Dragon Tales", lt was not all work, however. At the beginning of school the class was taken on a tour of the IJ.lA11Kll1 Dizifpi New plant and I.i:er visited the jfmrmz! flemltf. Several members attended the blournalism Clinic at lieavercreek, along with their advisor, Mr, Allen, S-51. sdi Q: 1 'f ,i. 1111 I Midred Harrold. Pat Ashcraft. Marilyn Childers.Mr, Allen, Dave Graeser, Marilyn Boyd lanet lxinstle ii llirrlet Melke, Betty Schwiererman. Bob Silvers, Charles Balbach. Don Loedding. Goldif. Wencr Pat Iones UILL AND SCROLL and Scroll is the Inter- nitionil Honorary Society for High bghool journalists. This year there were eleven members in the Fairmont club. The re- quirements for being a member ire the student must be in the upper third of his class in general schol istic standing at the time of election he must have done ex- ccllcnt work on the newspaper iuil, and he must be ap- proxed by the publication ad- i idra Sigritz, Doris llowartl, Char- IIL Roettet, Beverly Chain. Delores N mpkins. Harriet Mellte. x ss lfsterly. lired Robbins, jerry irav. Don Loeddinu, Daw Graeser. Allen. t 1. Cfharles l'i.illw.itli. Ruth liarlvier. OUTSIDE THE TEXT BOOKS The lnbrary staff ,nves valuable help to the students ln lo mano books and ln helpmg them choose subjects for ex t r 1 tredxt readmg The Bookstore for Equipment hlht pt :plc xxh J dc oft thclr mme to xx oils I1 L lo :lx tort lrc the ones who lTlllxC If l r hs tu luxe thx ton tm m rhml of IUI'Lll1SlIl su uint The Library for Knowledge i x Mr Norrrs Eugene Helser and Mary jo Apt look under the hood DRIVER TRAINING Upon hearmg the roar of a motor or the blast of a horn you found that rt was one of Mr Norrls s students m drrvmg trymg to brrng the car 1nto the school yard ulte frequently you saw some of the I75 total students e1ther m the classroom bemg tested on drstante yudgment and vnslon, or m the car batlxmg parking and drlvmg be tween the fltgs In one of the more mterestmg classes of the year, State Patrolman Naas showed slrdes of varlous acc1dents and explamed why they happened He also gave the students an oral Upon tompletron of thns two semester course, each student recexved not only class tredrt, but also .1 tertnfltate entntlmg hrm to hrs lntensc quiz. Several movies were also shown. Q ' . , r M ' A 1 . ' ' ' '. I' f S 2 TQ Q 2 4 .ti 3 S f Aqua? 3 2 gym-W VE 7.f Fig xii E V. M, xx? , A Q, YK il Q- - Q'--f ' nf -1 og, ,V my v,hw Y 'sr -ef? ,. . Our stalwart sportsmen developed co-ordination and rhythm which carried them to many victories. ON THE GRIDIRON IN '50 Coaches Roush and Fouts with team captain, Fred Walther PREVIEW On the night of September 8, Fairmont journeyed to the Xenia High School gridiron for the annual M.V.L. preview. The draw- ing showed that Fairmont was to play Xenia F' 'KC' in the first quarter and Oakwood in the fourth, The first game was highlighted hy good defensive play of both teams, and ended in a scoreless tie. In the fourth quarter against Oakwood, I-larry Keifer ran 39 yards for a touchdown, and Charles Hardin added the extra point. Toward the end of the quarter jack Archer, a sophomore comer, plunged over from the one-yard line, which ended the scoring at I3 to O. Cheering the squad on to victory this year were: Carmen Faber, Nancy Crane, VloAnn Nelson. Janet Finlay, and joann Decker. SH SEASON OPENER Fairmont played Chaminade lvefore 10,000 people at the University of Dayton Stadium on Septemlter l5. Chaminade sported a very strong team and reserve squad, which spelled defeat for Fairmont. The score at the half was 6 ro 0, but hy the end of the game, Chaminade had scored four more touchdowns to make the final score 30 to 0. as, f Coach Roush with Nock and Woodall FAIRMONT vs. CELINA Fairmont came back very strong on the following Friday to defeat a weak and un- conditioned Celina eleven 50 to 0. The scoring went as follows: Ronnie Dexter scampered 35 yards on a reverse for the first score. Chuck Hardin converted the extra point. ln the second quarter Dave Graeser threw two touchdown passes to Hardin. Also during the quarter, jack Bishop intercepted a Celina pass and ran 53 yards for the score. Dave Graeser scored on a quarterback sneak in the third quarter and in the final stanza, Graeser again connected with Hardin for another TD. black Archer scored from the 2-yard line on a quarterback sneak. On the last play of the game he ran 63 yards on a punt return for a touchdown. Hardin con- verted for the 50th and final point of the game. FAIRMONT'S l95O VARSITY SQUAD Rua lx john johnson, jerry Gibson. Tom Zimmerman. Charles Hardin. -lohn Shroyer. Bill Stewart. Fred W'alther. David Graeser. Dale Wloodall. Tom Nock. Ron 2: Coach Fouts. XVilhur Stewart, Conrad Roush. Dick XY'ilkens. lirnie W'illiams. Bill Miller. Harry Reiter. ,lack Bishop, Ronnie Reynolds. Bill hlones, Coach Roush. Ran 45 Coach Fowler, Neil Smalley. -lack Archer. Bill XY'e.xx'er. Dick Brown. Ronald Bingamon, lfosrer Brown. Ronnie Dexter. Ron 4: -lim Gallaher. Ralph Clemens. Fred Rohbins. MITMAN FLORIST SJ lngu we L QQL , .gpg-gf bfffl iw' 9 aa as 30 OF 4?f 3 9 3 52 4 ,, S l 35 44 'S 1 ' fi A. ,L f- ri 5' JE-iiigf HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES Fairmont celebrated its homecoming game in a big way. The team showed great improvement in scoring its lopsided victory over Greenville 27 to 0, The Dragons cut loose with a TD in every period, with Hardin converting 5 out of Al. The team marched 80 yards for the first touch- down with Foster Brown hitting pay dirt from the l2 yard line. Late in the 2nd quarter Dave Graeser passed to Chuck Hardin in the end zone for the fifth time this season, to account for the second score. All during the game, the Dragons had been led by senior Tom Nocles brilliant offensive play, He proved this by racing 55 yards for a touchdown early in the third quarter. The Dragons completed their scoring in the fourth quarter when Ronnie Reynolds bulled his way across the goal from the 2 yard line. The Green Wfave threatened once in the First quarter, but were halted on the 25 yard line. Queen Nancy Crane As Nancy Crane was crowned Homecoming Queen by student council president, Alohn Maclairdie, her words were, "Thank you for making one of these last moments one of my happiest." Afterwards Queen Nancy and her court, Mary Chisler. Virginia Coleman, Doris Huber. Aloann Decker, and Suzanne Cuthbert. reigned at the after-game dance. OFFENSIVE TEAM DRAGONS vs. JACKS The traditional rivalry between Fairmont and Oakwood was renewed again on October 20. at the Oakwood stadium. The heavily favored "Dragons" were stymied by an inspired Oakwood eleven during the first half. The "l.umberjacks" from Oakwood portrayed one of the strongest teams encountered by the Dragons this year before the Dragons opened up on the Hrst play in the second half. Tom Nock broke the scoreless deadlock by racing 22 yards for the score. Chuck Hardin converted. Fairmont continued rolling until with 27 seconds remaining to play the score stood at 20 to U. Miraculously the Dragons scored twice in this time to make the final score 33 to 0. FAIRMONT vs. PIQUA Three games remained for the Dragons on the road to another MVI. championship. First was the Piqua game. After the first play of the game, it looked like a sad night for the Dragons, as Kenny Thorp ran '5 yards for a touchdown. Fairmont came back late in the first quarter to score when Nock went over from the two, XXfhat at first seemed to be a tight ball game, turned out to be a rout by the more powerful Dragons, Scoring three times in both the second and the fourth quarters. Fairmont rolled to a total of -F points. while Piqua scored once again on a pass in the closing minutes of the last quarter, to make the final score -F to lwi. DEFENSIVE TEAM TITLE GAME WITH BURG The game with Miamisbutg spelled the differ- ence between the MVL championship and second place for the Dragons. Fairmont started to roll in the first quarter when the Dragons marched 80 yards with Nock scoring frotn the two yard line. Chuck Hardin converted the extra point. Miamis- but ' came ri tht back in the second uarter wfth .ls E q Dickef scorinf from the one 'ard line. Ernie I l is l I WllllLllI1S blocked the try for the extra point, 'lhe half ended with Fairmont leadin Y 7 to 6. fn Fairmont controlled the ball during the third quarter and until the closing minutes of the quar- ter. It looked like a victory for the Dragons until the crowd of 7,500 people saw jim Dickey throw a touchdown pass to Bratt which covered 45 yards. Dick Dickey kicked the extra point. Witlt defeat staring the fighting Dragons in the face, they completed 5 passes with Hardin finally catching the all-important touchdown aerial. Now the crowd, tense with excitement, watched the two teams line up for the extra point. The ball was snapped back, but the Miamisburg team, equally determined not to face defeat, blocked the kick. It was a heartbreaking moment for the Dragons who came back after leading most of the game. This would have stopped most teams but Fairmont had the guts to come back. This tie proved to give the Dragons second place rather than the Championship which they lost to another great team. -. ' . ivwfgri Vs AL 6' ANNE'S BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP -J Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Cham inade Celina Sidney Xenia Greenville FAIRMONT vs. TROY Fairmont journeyed to Troy for the final game of the season still with hopes of winning the MVI. championship. The two teams hattled evenly dur- ing the first quarter. In the second quarter, Graeser found I-larry Keifer in the end zone for the first score. Hardin converted the extra point. The halftime score stood at " to fl. The second half xx as highlighted hy many spectacular plays. The first was a 9'-yard kick off return hy black Archer. Tom Zimmerman, the rugged center for the Fairmont eleven, intercepted a pass in the fourth quarter to set up another touchdown. Senior halfhaclt jerry Gibson, ran ll yards for another score. Captain Fred Wfalther ran -'li yards to the Troy one-yard line, to set up the final score. All tolled, the Dragons ended their undefeated league play with a 53 to fl verdict. SUMMARY 50 FLlll'INOl'1I. ,,,,,, 55 Cjglkxygytxl H O if Fairmont ,T Y. lg Piqua , Hli J 6 Fairmont I5 Miamislvurg F, ,WIS O Fairmont ,.,, .,ee 3 5 Troy 0 FAIRMONT'S CAGERS The l950-l95l basketball team under the coaching of Mr. Arnold and Mr. Fouts, finished another successful season even though they were plagued by a one-point jinx in the MVI. League and tournament play. The team is to be con- gratulated on the spirit, hustle, and fight which they displayed throughout the entire season. Coaches Arnold and Fouts Looking over the overall schedule the IDOSI exciting games proved to be the battles with Springfield Catholic and Roosevelt. At the end of the game with Springheld Catholic, the score was tied at 65 to 63. Chuck Hardin led the team in the overtime with a basket and four fouls to bring his total points for the entire game to 27. At the end of the season the record book showed that the team had won l2 and lost 5 for a respectable .706 average Another exciting game was the last game of the regular season with Roosevelt in the Dragons gym. The score at the halftime read Fairmont 39, Roosevelt 55, mainly on the efforts of Dorsten's l5 points. Early in the second half the Dragons pulled away until at the end of the third quarter they enjoyed an eight point lead, 57 to 49. The Teddies came back in the fourth quarter to score I6 points to the Dragons 10, with four of the Fairmont men fouling out. But when the linal buzzer rang, Fairmont had squeezed out a 67 to 65 victory. 4: fl M. V. L. CAMPAIGN The Dragons finished second in the MVL league race, winning six and dropping one. The only really close game for Fairmont in the league was the game with the champion Piqua Indians. The Dragons led throughout the entire contest but with seven seconds re- maining, hig Bill Ashton, the lndian's center, stole the hall and put in a lay-up shot to score the winning basket, making the final score 18 to 217. TOURNAMENT ln the first game of the tournament, Fair- mont was matched with Greenville. The Dragon courtment had little trouble in downing the Green Wave 56 to 28. In the second game with Bellfountaine, the Dragons again encountered the unforgetahle one-point jinx. The lead changed many times during the game with the halftime score 28 to 26 in favor of the Chieftains. At the end of a hard-fought game, the Dragons were on the short end of a 59 to 58 score, thus elimi- nating them from the tournament. VARSITY TEAM Rau' I: Alan Stout, Chuck Harlin, Chuc': Dorsten, Dave Graeser. Dale Frizzell, john Dishcr. Run' 2: Mr. Arnol-.l, jack Archer, Iiugene Fisher, Harry Keifer. Bill Miller. Foster Brown, Bch Miltenherger. RESERVE TEAM Do ny Todd Ronme Bngamon Dave Brodbeck Nell Smalley Ronme Brown Duk Ross Mr Fouts jm King Buford Chester Bill Hxrth Bob Krebs Blll Weaver Scott Ashby The two hrgh scorers for the season were Hardm and Dorsten wnth 218 and 178 pornts respecnvely Both boys were elected to the all Mnamr Valley League team wnth Hardm honorary captam F arrmont F a1rmont 1' alrmont Faxrmont Fa1rmont Farrmont Fa1rmont F arrmont F urmont Wllbur Wrlght Klser Falrvlew Sprnnglield C Mlddletown Chamlnade l'S1dney :F enla SUMMARY F arrmont Faxrmont Farrmont Fanrmont Falrmont Fanrmont MVI. Games TOURNAM ENT Greenvnlle Fatrmont xGfCCHVlllC :'kOakwood :'kP1qua gk Mlamlsburg l'Troy Roosevelt 5 9 Bellfountame Ron I: n 5 ' i 5 g ' 3 ' 5 " . Razr 2: . g i ' g 3 ' ' g g ' g . ' .......... 45 ' ' ...... 49 ' ---.-,.... 38 ' .. ' '-'-'----- 45 ' -................... 39 ' ---.--..A. 49 ' G .......... l l ....,,..... ..,.,.,. 2 2 - - Fairmont .......... 60 Northridge ,,........., 38 , """"" 4 , , """"' ' f ' ...,..,... 69 ' , ...s.... 66 , ---'-----6 9 ' -A.4,q---. 41 ' .--,------ 73 .......... 78 .,........ f ' .......... 52 ' ,,,,,....,,, ss ' ......r.t. 67 ' .......... 57 ' ................,. 46 --l ' .s......A. 55 X ' ............,....... 34 - 'L ' ,,..,..... ' 28 ' ,,,.v44,., k ' ,. ffkz Q 59, A -1 fs ei kv S.. 1 XMI X. X E r H K W 'sa NNN- f lt X12 1 'AS cf ug? 0 '? 9-"4 i ' Q a 4. S 'S P. ,Zyl 'X "'f?,I N a 4 5? x, .33-, is Q, NJ 'ii' F A N, :,w ,MA J K. ,,.r. 1 -4' A Y 'N Our Ilblbllbklfb from the north OllxX8tlKJLl put 5- -gw 3 . 5 5 S S . 1, ll .aasif MVL CO-CHAMPS QQ.. E im. E ,E E R Il I Harold Mannmg Ed Sampson Tom Tobtassen Tom Vacehrano Bob Delaney Leland Pease lxm Sehoen Charles button Ph1l Baker lx 11 7 Mr Fowler Drtlx Brady Don Hamnlton Dale Woodall Chutlt Dorsten Daw Crraeser Chutlt llarhn Gene Prrermood Ronald lree We1tl1er prevented the pl 1y1ng of 111 111y b1se b1ll gtmes at the begtnmng of the 50 season How ex er the team coached by Mr Ralph Fowler w 1s one of the better teams the school h1s htd III fikeflf YC lfb The squad suetessfully opened tts season w1th 1 5 I 1 tttory over jefferson After defeatxng breen xtlle 17 O tn the M VI le1g11e game the Dragons dropped two strtught to Northrndge 10 8 1nd to Mtarmsburg l 0 Ihe guna w1th lllI'VlLW found the l1tter on tp by the eount of 7 The Dragons then whtpped Xenna for the second MVI wetory 9 7 1nd shpped Plqlll defeat I arrmont I arrmont lalrmont l arrmont l.11rmont 69 139 jefferson Greenvrlle Northrxdge M ramrsburx I reem rlle larrmont up quxte 1 struggle before gotng down to defe1t l 0 Charhe Dorsten pttthed and batted h1s way to xletory fl1sh1ng 1 f1ney two hrtter 1nd knoekrng 111 hrs own w 1nn1ng r11n Knowtng they had to be1t Troy to ne Ml1lUlh burg for the MVI plty they whlpped Troy by the count of 8 4 Faxrmonts dlamond men topped thetr hrst two d1str1et tourntment gunes before tlosnng out rn the hn 1ls to K1ser 7 0 Thls w IS 1 to11gl1 tefe ll 15 Dorsten 1nd leneh1n were engaged ln 1 flgllf prtehers duel w1tl1 Dorsten allowlng two hlts 1nd Lenehan three Summary of Season Xema Plqua Oakwood I axrmont roy Farrmont Faxrmont I'a1rmont Dlstrlcf Tournament lo -,' . 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U '4' ...,.,. ., 2 l.1l!'II1OIll Pa rlter lx1ser DRAGON CINDERMEN The l950 Track team, under the d1rect1on of Coach Roush completed a successful season vunnmg four meets and losrng three In the Mmmr Valley League meet Fanrmont pl land third hehlnd Pxqul and Troy A Look At The Records I urmonr I Wllbllf Wflbllf Furmont 57 SCIVCIS m I urmonr Troy la urmont Xen11 I urmonr Oakwood Furmonr 79 Mllllllbbllfg Furmont 71 Cwreenvnlle M V I MIIT M V I MEET lsr md 7nd L U Drrrell Apr Pole Vaulr Ron xld Tsehlegg Hugh jump 7n I ul-Inonf Ray JOIIHS 770 Y'lI'Ll D131 Tre for 7nd Yemx john johnson 1950 TRACK TEAM F fll 1 Don Plarrer B1llM1ller Bxll ones Duck Wnlkens Connxe Roush Bruce Long, Noble Yosluda 7 Irumm Bollmger Ralph Clemens Darrell Apt Ronall Tsrhlegg Ray johns George Suspenslxy Don Parsons 1 lurles llnley Ron I Dave Young, jnm Greenlee, john johnson, jerry Gnbwn, DlLle Brown, Dale Brown, I'om Nogk, Harry Kelfer, Mr Roush 63 fr' ,,,...,..,,,,,,., -12 ' 'Y ,,,,,,,,., 87 'Q' .,.......,....,... ' ' r,,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,., C5 71' . ...,,,,,,,,.,,.. 59 ,.r.,...,..,.....,,,..,,,, 79 0. - . Z 'u reeeeee,.e.,.eeere 67 1 .,,,,,.,.,,..,,.r..,r... os ' """"""""" """""""" 5 ' 114 ,,,,,,.., ,,,,,,,, l Ol . r,,..r,,,,,rrr.r,, l7 2' .................. '2 " ,.....,......, 45 P11 Ll .,... ,r,.,,rr,,,,..,.. .,er,,,,....,...,,r,,,,,,..., ,rr,,...,,,, 7 5 5 t , , Troy .A...,...rrre,V.Ve.V...r....r,r,w.w,.............,rr.,.,...,..,,..,. 59 H d-Z H A ""A""'o""'o""'o""R"" I IL' ---AAA-7V'VV----uv-,-----Af4i-QQ-QQ-w---,--A-'--'------A,Aif-w 59 U ' ,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,..r....r, .... . 1 l I 'Q ,,,.,....,.., ,,e,...,....,,.,,..,,,,,.r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,rr,rrr, I 9 , I ...,.,.,, K I -I I 3 5 A li! ' I if 7 U V',L 4 Ron' -J z V ' K' , ' 1 ', ' , ' u " ' jx , ' ', j 1 ' , ' , MVL AND DISTRICT RUNNERS-UP Pat Schwab Jerry Gray Bill Ausdenmore The Fairmont golf team, under the direction of Mr. Richard Somers, enjoyed a very successful season, winning 14 matches and losing l. The team placed second in the M.V.L. tournament at Troy. In the district tournament the team was runnerup to Oakwood and thus qualified for the state tournament at the Ohio State University Scarlet Course. After playing 36 holes, the team ranked sixth in the state standings. Pat Schwab, who played some brilliant golf the past summer, tied for Hfth in the medalist race. i 1 s 7 Summary Fairmont 9 Xenia 3 Fairmont.. ,, , ...IO Fairmont... . 1096 Piqua ...,AY,,V,,,,, Ili Fairmont ,,,,, ,,,.,,l1 Fairmont ,.,.. 5 Chaminade ,,,, 7 Fairmont VYVVVVVVAA.. 12 Fairmont .,... S Wilbur Wright.. , 4 Fairmont VYVYYYVVIP- n - Fairmont ..,,, 12 Kiser .............. 0 . Fairmont ..... I2 Roosevelt ....,,,. 0 Falfmfmf 'tt"' ""' I 1 Fairmont v.,w, I2 Troy ,,A,,,A,A,,. Y 0 ITHIFIHOHI ........,,,, 10 Fairmont ..... SM Lebanon ...,,, , BBQ Fairmont ........ , ' Averages Matches Points Wtmn Lost Tied Wtzn Lost Schwab ..,,.. .. 15 2 0 TW -BQ Gray ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .. l-I 0 l 41M SMZ Ausdenmore .. l2 l 2 3F 5 Stout .....,..... .. 5 5 ll 15 W 3 LQ Saurman ,,,, 3 2 ll l l 4 Robbins ,.., .. l l U 5 . Team ,..,.. .. ll l ll H592 3452 641 LQ Q The second, third, and fourth positions on the team were played by Jerry Gray, Bill Ausdenmore, and Alan Stout in that order. Mr, Somers, who has coached the golf team for the past l8 years, is now retiring from that posi- tion. Many prominent Dayton golfers and also state champions got their start in golf under the direction of the Fairmont coach. Fairview , , 2 Stivers ,,,,. , W, Cartolton .,,.,, ll Oakwood ......,.,,.. 5 W. Carroltona, .. l Lebanon ........,,,,,, 2 Xenia ..,.. .. . 5 Medal Tournament Medal 'S '9 ' -9.5 9.9 242.1 SG. , - 89.8 88 90 92 329 5 3 3 Coach R. Somers FAR HILLS HARDWARE Alan Stout Fairmont Troy 1950 TENNIS TEAM Rou 1 Ronald Shroder Bob Rmer jack Haslup John MacLard1e Barry Baumgardner Tom Hay wood Leslie Wretzel Pat Pfarrer Mr Zaremski The 1950 Tennis Squad completed an other successful season by winding up in second place in the City League In the MV L Tournament, Barry Baum gardner and Bob Riner won the doubles championship by defeating Troy, Greenville and Oakwood in that order In singles, Leslie fore losing to Sarmin of Oakwood in the semifinals The team didn t do as well in the District tournament as they did in the M V L Tourney In singles, Leslie Wietzel defeated Ron' I: Bob Riner, jack Haslup, Ronald Shroder, Mr. Zaremski. Rau' 2: Pat Pfarrer,1ohn MacLardie, Leslie Weit- zel, Barry Baumgardner, Tom Haywood. Fairview before losmg to the eventual cham pion Larry Ped1cord of Northridge The doubles team, consistlng of Baumgardner and R1ner, lost their first match to Oakwood Summary Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont l-airmont Fairmont Fairmont Middletown Chaminade Wilbur Wright Kiser Roosevelt Fairview Srivers Oalwx ood , r. y S A R ' ' I . 1 s ' I it , I as a . . f ' ' --,.-,a,a.Q.......a..... 5 ...,. ,...a...,............ . . o Wietzel defeated Piqua and Greenville be- Fairmont c..e......aee,e,,......s 5 Miamisbufg 4,,,,,,,,,,,,,A., . . r . . -....,bA w w...,..A 5 . -IAI -, I ' .................ae.,,,. 5 ' ' ...,..s.,... . ' ..ee.,........,l.ea,,... 5 ' ................,,...,,.,,. . , . . . - ' vvifv------AA,wYvvv----- 5 ---A-.VAw---A---'.- M . . 1 ' -.,,.. ,,,, ..l... 4 ' ' ' ,H U . . s u A ' vvvv ----F-,AAA vvvv --,--- 5 ' -'-'.--v----'---------,,- - 4 ' .....,rs.ee,.....,.rrrr. 1 - f ,,,r,,r,eo,e.,,,,,,,, Fairmont girls experienced competition and sportsman- ship during their after-school recreation. R111 I Larol lvans Bur bchvueterman Barbara Mac Farland Mary Chlsler Rau 2 Marlorle Rader Bon n Irrx Iudy Stoll oann Decker 68 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DIRECTOR The brrls Athletrc ASSOCIHIIOD has had mother successful year under the capable superv1s1on of Mxss Gladys Powell She has fuven her mme generously to establrsh a vxell rounded program of acnvmes Her numerous dunes mrludc rlisscs rn physrcal Ldumtlon md hellrh supervrsron of the cl1n1c, mrra mural sports mrerscholastxc sports and co rhurmmshrp of thc ronccssuon smnds INTRAMURAL CAPTAINS J GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION lu Il Suzie Cuthbert Ioanna Wrlkens Maryorre Rader Carol Evans Barbara Macl arland Carol bchvueterman Run Betty Smith Glenna Meliandles Sylxxa Clark Marcrlena Becker loann Baneert Joyce Martrn Kay Overman Shrrley Thompson Ioanne Comstock Iwzz lrances Todd Mary Chrsler Phylhs Smrth Bonnle Tru Iudy Kersey Sarah Allen Carol Poole Nancy Crane loanne Decker Cynthxa Hlbbertl Carol Reckner Mlss Powell vm Phylhs Rrce janet Thomas Rose Mane Damleo Carmen Faber Nancy Lone Carol Cushen Joann Nelson Carol Sehvsreterman Sue Shultz Nanex Dmvsrdehe Lmtla Merxner Pat Tranzen Marrlyn Elhs Marjorxe 136351 Ianet l lnlay Ee ty Lou Barnes Naney Wtunes Nanex Sxler Karen Rutherford Wrlla lean lxantner Terry Sampson Rrta Thompson Iuth Wxmer Iukre C ray Ioyee Carnt-r Nanny Hall Pat Rnees Carolyn Ixopf Susalee Wxltlas m Pe 5 Parke r me Lnrls Athletle Assoeutlon sponsored m other xxell rounded yelr of sports Ectrly IU the school term the gurls Slgllffll up for the plrtleular sports rn vxhreh they deslred to ptrtxerpate The eight lntrxmurtl LIPVIIHS then ehose terms from the srgn ups There IS xery keen eompetrtron tmong the tenms Throughout the year they eompete rn the follomng sports hockey basketb 1ll xolleybftll mel btsebftll The members of the wrnnrng team rn eteh sport reeerxe the-rr ftvmrds tt the end of the yetr Other sports ptrtrerptted rn by GAA members tre P11151 pong rennrs md brelmmton G A A Offlcers V .- - , ', ' - 1 I , X V' 1 l. V, , V V . . ,7. , ' V V , V ' . , V ' -- V I V V K Q v 1 V s E 7 . T- T V ' ' ' ' 4 'r V F- V V V V, ' V V V , , ' V ' I V - I, Y . . . .Q 7 V . V V V . .V V I V - V' V -V 1 1 , ' ,V . V 1 V V V V , 7 44 T - - V V - 1 V -V ' ,I I 1 I V V 'V v ' lxlll 7. .r .. ' -. 1 e , V A , , ' V 7, , 1 S V V V- 1 'V -V 1 V ' I. 7 , ' - .5 1 1 Vvc 7 . 1 Vl - V ff. l . . .1 , rl., A ,. .x . w I ' ,xx 4 t . V , V - v ' 1 , t . r . . . I I I L ' , . . .. Q' Y .1 ' I I 4 . , i 3 1 2 I2 s 2 ' x ' ' 1 I . I 1 V' - - , V . , t c , 4 , l 2 c . 4. 1 7 1 In 2 . V, , V , ' V I . . 1 . . . ' A Q ' Y J, .,z 1 . . . u Run I: jane Graeser, Carolyn Pool, Mary Chisler. Doris Todd, Phyllis Smith. Ron' 2: Marjorie Rader. Nancy Crane, Linda Meixner. Shirley Thompson. Suzie Cuthbcrr. Bonnie Fric. Mary Lee Tamplin. Barbara MacFarland. Miss Powell. 1950 FAIRMONT HOCKEY TEAM Run I: Willa .lean Kantner, Nanq' Dinwiddie, Frances Todd, Carole Cushcn. janet Finlay. jackie Gray. Goldie X5C'eavcr. joanna Wilkin, Marjorie Jaeggi, Carol Evans, Barbara Poague. Rua 2: Cynthia Hibberd, Joann Decker, Ann Craggs. Carol Roeckner, Barbara Hackman. Donna Goens. Betiv Schwierer- man, Ginny Coleman, Joyce Garner, Carolyn Kopf, Betty Lou Smith, Nancy Long, Kay Overman, Miss Powell. l if . 3 , 6 . ' i THESE ARE THE GAMES Thls years hockey squad had the most sut cessful season rn three years Out of four game played the Dragonettes won three Therr fxrst vrc tory was over FHIYVICVS 4 0 In the second Dame of the year they met and defeated Wfest Carrollton 40 Then' second en counter vxrth Fa1rv1exx found Falrmont vrctorrous once agaln to the score of 3 I Th season ended wrth the tradmonal rrvalry w1th Oakwood rn whlch the Dragonettes held th Lumberjllls to '1 0 0 half ln th s cond half how ever Farrmont was de feared O 3 - v r ,.. . .J y , 1 3 V . .'- . , V Q f f- . 0 1 ' 7 , Q fx N- 1 - n '7 F' I- .. , , , - , ' . RUN Rn!! RHI! Run 2. ALL THROUGH THE YEAR Girls Basketball Identification VARSITY Nancy Dinwiddie. Linda Mcixner Barbara Macliarland. Donna Goens. Margie Rader, Doris Todd. Betty Lou Smith. Carol Evans, Bonnie lirix, -lackie Gray. Miss Powell. RESERVES Karen Rutherford. Janet Thomas. Clar- men Faber. W'illa jean Kantner, Nancy Long. Lois Kastens, Kathyrn Schwah, Lois Spiller. ,loanna W'ilkin. ,loyee Garner. Marilyn Clark. Miss Powell. Fairmont ....., ,, Fairmont. ,.,,,, Fairmont Fairmont ...,,,. ,, , . Falrrnont ,,..... , Fairmont ....... ,r,,,, Fairmont Fairmont West Carrollton Oakwood ,,,.. . Miamisburg ..rr Middletown . .. Bellbrook ...,,, Randolf Beavercreek , Northridge .,,, ll 53 56 50 25 lo fm Ifi WITH GIRLS' SPORTS The coming of spring brings ping pong tournaments, volleyball, base- ball, badminton, and tennis. All of these sports are enthusiastically par- ticipated in by G.A.A. members. At the close of the season awards are presented to those individuals or teams who have won the most games. f s 5. 1 5' fi M., gk W ., - -- 4 , I if "3??7'i'.L:. A' -, ,,,. If you belong to Fairmont you belong to music. We ride through the day on a wave of sound. Let's meet the or- ganizations who provide the tempo. Quia I M, f . ...W kwa ,K Q aff?" ' 4 bf 551, J gf 1 qt- 3 ...- T ' '.J Y K, y I . 4 '-- .v M w? Q if I ,J 3 ff Q . X f. 4, dv ,, 'EFT , WV W.. f -. - 1 ' , I ' Ewa VW.. 7' .M x."j.1kr. A is " 1.4 1. .. f A .mi . 3.3, g 3. .. K g Ts. . 5, nf ,."Qjf'?,g-1. ,' A , . 3 Elg- - A.-,gf -f x, Q M ,L 4-ff - f591F5f5ffq'f5N 3 ii, N A, 5' 1 .M f,, ,L 3 . S Q ,X . gf?- .- L5 .,,, sn , fp' .' .. '..l ' "' 4' .. L ' " .2 f 1 1 ' ' , . , fl 'Q' ' s vga. V 'ft ,, . 4 4 Eff a.-ry 1 ' ' 4""i".,.gV ' fl.. " " A M, . '54 ' fn JS ' ' 21:37 'Q' ' ' irR"9"'W 2 ' " Z ww... ww . . . A - 'Kwik Tig. J: A K. , S f'Wf.zff'w. . wif' K , . W K 2. - f K , 1 . 'f' ' . 4 .v 1 A . - ' ' . . f 4 , he 1 ... Y L. lu I . R 5 , 1. Z ' U Li ,IA IN - - 1- 0 3 ,f ' f " . - A . fo 1 qf , , 1 fn' ' ' Y ,fs k X'-ef J g F 5 ww- .L 'Q J . A K y V ,V VAAL LAAL 4 ., VW it ,f- .,. ,. ...,w,,..,g,fV. , W KS X . W - X f f'S1L'Li.?a if-Afiw5?EQff2'Q5Y,ff , ffm ff - - -'f f 'ily fi! L lf: Q 1 Q 3-.f A V -A ,Yrs a .aff ' 1. 4 I 53 , 4. ' .Q if Q ,R ide. A .X Q . B W .mf ' 2 1 ,.- A :E,f,,!' R I W4 Xe 1 Q J. X if 'X U-.J The members of the brass sextet are: Bob The members ofthe trombone quartet are: Bob Welsh, Bob Damico, Ronnie Trisel, Martia Clune, Xwilliams, Bob Hofferberth, Herb Hetzer, and Bill Welde. and Jerry Gray. Alan Stout. Run 1: Shirley Thompson, Doris Huber, Betty Jo Brandt, Mr. Haines, Joyce Brust, Rosemarie Damico, Nancy Dodd. Run 2: Mary Ann Hoskin, Barbara MacFarland, Jack Naas, Charles Chollar, Dick Wilkinson, Kenneth Freeze, Marilyn Clarke, Mary Jane I-Ioblit, Carol Fritz, Frances Todd, Mary Chisler, Cynthia Mclntire, Judy Roberts. Rim S: Joe Best, Shirley Osborn, Mary Minford, Carol Ryan, Joyce Howard, Lois Kastens, Bill Welde, Marcia Clune, Bob Sherrill, Armand Paquette, Joanne Comstock, Ray Tyson, Bob Welsh, Barbara Hunter, Bill Callister. Jackie Gray. Charles Dorsten. Jerry Gray. Run JI Kenny VantlerWiel, Roy Turner, Dale Wormwood, Jim Greenlee, Paul Kesling, Dave Wetz, lack Gilmore, Larry Carper, Ronald Trisel, Don Hill, Carl Hellenstine, Phil Hedges, Mary Lou Grassen, Carroll Blair, Bob Damico. Mal Sloan, Herb Hetzer, Al Seibert, Alan Stout, Robert Williams, Bob Hofferbertll. X 1 v ' sf 1.4 wi xi' 2 J! g 5,,Q 3 E . 4 W 'fs W ,Q , he 1. X , W -.- , F 14 Qa x YR 1... hw is w X. - fi, at - f 1 ' . We in -, 'V . 3 1 U Q s no . A 9 I T, ,L X.,- S. 16 .V Q? . , 4.9 ' r , Q S .ei . LX - . A x 1 R .Q Q qw i Q l ve- ,..x,k f X I , A M1 0 Jw it v , , qxfef 'Q K I . 4. y g V .v L1 l I- h Q .1 A v X A W I A il- GJ fu if Q . 5 ' , gk 3 .ff ' K av- in T 8 4 'L P AV,V,,. ,, L 1 'Gia AA 01,55 A 'x B .N Q l ,Rx xx Qxxslxx mx ,X A BMX X 'xx A. AND ALL FOR FAIRMONT . H gf 'l'his years chorus enjoyed singing as a group lv L. and also as a hoy's and girl's glee cluh. ln the g iv A . 4 v "" j. fall the chorus provided the hackground for the ' - .4 lag , N , . , . -itat f. Ohio Convention or Parent-'I eachers Associa- a fi-33 li iion which was held at Memorial Hall. K f' i. . At Christmas the chorus sang for the "Hang- , r 4 , ing of the Green", which was at the Y.M.C.A, After the lirst of the year programs were made ready for noontide cluhs and the Parent- ' Teachers Association. ln April the group presented lor the puhlic the operetta "Student Prince". After this the music for Baccalaureate was prepared. lhe hoys' vocal quartet is composed of ,lim Shu- icr Boh Hannah, Ronnie Dexter, and Herherr 1950 FAIRMONT CHORUS Carol Littell. Betty Lou Barnes, Nancy Dinwiddie, -Ioby Nelson, Karen Rutherford, Wantlale McCloskey, Judy XX'ymer. Marcia Clune. Nancy Wcnnes, Patty Roberds, judy Kersey, Nancy Siler, JoAnn Hardman. Gerry Wbodclell, Cynthia Ilarnshaw. Madelyne Lane. ,ludy Stoll. janet johnson, Marilyn Clark, ,loan Margruder Chris -lohnson. Juanita Andres, Anna Thomas, Barbara Lonsert. Barbara Osborne. Nancy Jones, Brenda Corhy -loyce Naftzger, Peggy Parker, Sally Trimhach. Donald Hill, W'illiam Cate. .lim Yaus. Ronnie Broun, Cleo Vradelis. ,lan Xwilder. Ann Craggs. -loAnne Carlson, Carole Roeckner. Doris XX'hitlock, Nancy Tufts, ,lim Schumaker, Herhie Hayes, Ronnie Dexter. Paul Schaeter. Boh llannah, .lim Shaw. Don Hamilton, Dicli Brady. Richard Michael, Tom Haywood, Ronnie XVilliams. Brada ley l.ee Caddell, Alhert Hoyer. Marla Moorehead, lired willfflllllgfllll, llerhert Herzer. Boh Bensinger. ,lim llead, Ray -lohnson, ,lim lfclsley. Mr, llaines. K The students had fun around the school d u r i n g and after hours. TH E RHYTH M ETTES Run' l: Marilyn Childers, Jayne Schurene, Pat Hatrery, Donna Foskuhl, ,loAnne Krueger, Marilyn lfllis, Carol Clozuelsy. Rita Thompson. Ron J: Peggy Parker, 'Marilyn Boyd, Ann Bond, lngeborg: Tittel, Beverly Hetzel, Sandra Bellville, Nancy Alones. Terry Sampson, Dorthea Draper. NJ! piulurerlz Lola Arnold, Lillian johnson, and Chris Donise. 'Student Manager. The Rhythmettes, under the direction of Ernest Ross, an alumnus of Fairmont, provided new color and action to the band performances at football games this year. THE RESERVE CHEERLEADERS The reserve Cheerleaders helping to support the team were: jane Graeser, Suzanne Cuthbert, and Marilyn Childers. THE HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 'lhc xxorlx nn the Home Etonomrts depart m nt IS styled to Ht the needs of not only the group but also the 1nd1v1dual glfl The course ml cm he so arranged that there IS no repetr non only rdvflntcment At the begmnlng of the year the students choose the tourse of study they wrll follow lt may rnclude wardrobe plan nlng textrle study garment constructron and May 4 they held a style shovt at vxhrch trme they d splayed therr varrous prolects S . I V. u . It - Y I . . . . . , . 7 . 3 R 5. 3 L based on the g1rl's prevrous experrence, is elastic food preservatlon, to name a few. Thls year on 2 .L 'Q ' 1 A ' '- ' ' ' l ' . , 2 K U . . . i . . . I "Goodbye My Fancy" The senior class play. liay Kanins "Goodhye My l5.incy." was received with great enthusiasm. The play is .1 comedy involving a Congresswoman. Agatha Reed. and her experiences on her return visit to Good Hope Col- lege. Here she reviyes an old love affair with her former college professor. now president of the college. He meets competition for her hand. however. in the form of one Matt Cole. an ex-wax photographer known to Agatha overseas. Memlwers ot the cast were: judy Stoll, john Mac- Lardie, joe Best. Sondra Sigritz, Tom Underhill, Nancy Crane, Beth Hammon. joann Decker. Norman Bridstrup. janet johnson, Suzanne Cuthbert. joyce Naftzger, Doris Howard. Mary Chisler. Mary Lee Tamplin. Shirley johns, Pat Schwab, Carolyn Pool. Bruce Amand. Tom Zopf, and Mary Ann Hoslcin. The director was Miss Leah Funck. Our Director Miss Leah Funck "A Young Man's Fancy" The junior class play. "A Young Mans liancyf' was proclaimed a rollicking success. The main plot centers around the change of Dickie Crandall. a sissy and a pampered son. to an "all-American" hoy. Love interest is provided when Harold Greenley. the camp leader "discovers" a woman counselor, Sylvia W'ilson. The setting. the hoys' hunkhouse at Camp lireedom. Con- necticut. provides the haclcground for many a humorous prank played hy a group of fun-loving campers. ln the cast werei jerry Tellis. jack Bishop. Chris johnson. joAnn Nelson, Ray johnson. Carole Cushen. Carole Sahler. janet Finlay. Cynthia Ifarnshaw, Carol Schubert. Richard Titus, Ronald Lowe. Neil Smalley. William Simmons, Don Howell. Robert Damico, Nancy Tufts. Sue Shultz, Allan Feller. Charles Balhach, Shirley Thompson, Katherine Frank. joan Oden, Maxine Moore- heacl, and Leah Funck, director. B Cr D MARKET The science classes had a varied and interesting program this year. Besides the regular class room dis- cussions and experiments, they viewed several scien- tific films and demonstra- tions hy local corporations. We Learn Through Experimentation The Art Department is a g a t e w a y to heauty through art appreciation and, for many, the begin- ning of a career in line arts. The s t u tl e n t s are given an opportunity to express themselves in the various media of oil, water color, clay, textiles, enam- eling, and others. FREDERICK FUEL 35 Bruce Amand confers wrth Mr Flatter Jack Blshop makes a purchase from Kay Overman Bull Jones brmgs back that over due book HERE AND THERE AROUND SCHO0L" A P . gs . "IN AND OUT OF CLASSES Mlss Marshalls class pound away on their typewrlters Kenny Freeze and Ronnie Schock work m the shop Mr Zaremskl s class IS hard at work -'Si' lik 'K sg.11"iF 9 .-ffg? ' G eu-nf. 5? N fww -bmmk ,fy 'X 1 .-Y xx 5 fi Q . :xx - Q 5? ' 1 .,,,wM""-'i- , ,,,ig,, i' JK if f 'H' YN ,, .- -:S 5221! 4Lf, X xii 1535 Q6 Q IL 'ggx ti 4 . .I "Wu, 1' F x Y . isa, .. . L f W 5 R fi fw-ff Q'lf'lq' w ' ' Fi - . vi? "HAPPY TlMES" Iss ,A ff'-X 3115 V 'still' Q u ,mf 'N "1 1-Q ,-49 Mnchael Hauer Jhcwung a Selmer Trumpet to Duck Schade and Marlene Herbert Muff al In f amen fs HAUER MUSIC HOUSE 34 EAST FIRST ST Complete Repair Se-rvece nncludnng Laccluernng and Plating Dayton s Headquarters for Private Lessons on all nnstrumente SELMER Instruments rented MARTIN HOLTON Q u LEEDY LUDWIC Y SLINCERLAND musxchouse -I 11 I-I I All I1 lildl 141111 34 E Flrst St HE 5211 The co-operation of the advertisers with the students not only provide the finale, but also made the production possible. G AND P ENTERPRISES INC. WA 2I93 So. 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O O O O fl Your graduation marks the end of one important period of your life and the beginning of another As you press on to the next college or a job you ll find that the training you received at Fairmont High School provides one of the stepping s ones which you need to go forward Remarkable progress has been made in the fields of industry but there is still much to be done and you can be a part of it Many op porrumtles lie ahead for you So dont slow down on learning planning working Success in a career is a matter of attitude and objective It will take time and there ll be delays and detours-but with imagination in tiative and hard work you can reach your goal THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY DAYTON 9 oHIo n u , 0 1 A ' ll ' vw YY ' . . . , science, medicine, education, and farming, particularly in recent years- . . , . I - ' ' ' S Q! !l ' s 1 1' , . 7 CONGRATULATIQNS, SENIORSI if 14 Fame!! 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Y ld f' d ' pl I. rf f , g d tion. 2 5 . econd Street All Types of Auto Service WIDMAN'S GARAGE S' K' SMITH CQ Z5 East Drive Yearbook Covers WA. 7752 THIS BOOK PRINTED BY 102 SEYMOUR -A-u INDIANA SENIOR ACTIVITIES AMAND BRUCE Thespxans 3 I NI-L 3 V c P s I Beta HIY Pres v I Class Play 9 IT K APT MARY jO IO A I 7 a 4 Hoc w Latln Club I 7 Iuturc Teachers 7 Bam Red Cross Councrl v 4 ARNOLD LOLA SLINKY ccnsl 7 Opcrct rr I Rhythmetres I ASHCRAINT PATTY ANN PAT Transfer Newspaper Stafl 4 Hall Monitor 5 4 BPRCIS JON INREDRICK BIRTLING TOM CASUAL BIST IOSFPH IOI B s etballl 7 n I Trackl Spamsh Club Pres I Thesplans 4 T K a 4 Band I 7 n I Red Cross Councnll 7 Varnety S ow 7 w Operetta w 4 Class Play4 Swing. 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