Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH)
- Class of 1957
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See the leaves a racin' They all know you're comin',
down the middle of the stream, an' they rustle from the trees
Leapin' and a-dancin' Catchin' in their hurry
abound in golden gleam, to the fingers of the breeze,
lumpin' tar an' tu'ther Worryin' and scurryin'
till they're scattered round-about- to get away from you-
Some gives up an' Falters Howdy, Mister Autumn,
like they was tuckerecl out. howdy, howdy do!
sophomores lead ihe way
With the autumn, the
Sophomores opened the doors
of Fairmont High for the first
time to attend Orientation
sponsored by Torch and Key-
stone, FHS chapter of the
National Honor Society.
The Sophomore class, led
by Social Chairman Sherry
Hoke, Vice-President Arney
Edwards, President Ricky
james, Treasurer Watson Hays,
and Secretary Sonja Barr, Spic-
tured at left, sponsored a dance
At the close ot school, the
class held its annual picnic, a
rousing success. Fairmont wel-
comes you-Class of '59l
SOPHS: TOP PHOTO-Row 1: B. Andrews, K. Adams
A. Barker, C. Allodi, S. Barry. Row 2: l. Addison, M
Barr, M. Blades, E. Augsburger, B. Adamson, R. Biondo,
S. Barr, B. Barron, G. Ambrose, R. Baker. Row 3: T.
Battenberg, M. Ashworth, B. Beatty, 1. Bardlett, B
Baker, 1. Ash, l. Batin, N. Adkins, C. Alspach, L. Bash-
ark. Row 4: N. Benson, 1. Balbach, L. Atkinson, D. Bell
1. Akers, 1. Biddle, K. Breakall, B. Bereda, R. Barrett, 1
Arnold, l. Bill. CENTER-Row I: C. Bryant, K. Bollinger,
S. Cannon, L. Blake, Z. Chabenyc, C. Breckler. Row 2
M. Brackney, R. Butts, A. Bruce, B. Cave, D. Braden, l
Cain, B. Brooks, R. Branson, R. Bolton, T. Brady. Row 3
D. Boyatt, G. Blankenship, D. Busser, 1. Carter, B. Carper,
L. Cannon, B. Brower, R. Brandenberg, D. Burgess. Row
4: 1. Caltee, W. Campbell, S. Burgess, M. Buchard, W.
Chaffins, H. Cassel, C. Brooks, M. Carnevale, G. Buchard,
L. Cannon. BOTTOM-Row I: P. Davis, E. Cook, L.
Combs, N. Christman, C. Collins. Row 2: K. Cummins,
M. Conaway, R. Cooke, B. Dill, l. Cribley, H. Cox, S.
Coleman, T. Dicke, B. Clayton. Row 3: S. DeMint, B.
Diterich, C. Darling, K. Conover, E. Collins, N. Corban, S.
Combs, K. Coffman, I. Coatney, 1. Crews. Row 4: 1. Cot-
terrnan, L. Crain, D. Dellis, I. Coleman, C. Dickerson, D.
Chaney, 1. Deske, C. Christian, B. Dickson, L. Chanldley.
SOPHS: TOP PHOTO-Row I: D. Estes, C. Foley, N
Fletcher, N. Folkerth, M. Edwards, N. Ebert, j. Fowler
C. Gargrave, C. Estes, C. Fint, S. Downey. Row 2: E
Eaton, D. Donovan, B, Dungan, S. Fisher, R. Fine, R
Fleenor, S. Dykes, A. Edwards, L. Gaines, j. Fletcher
Row 3: G. Frey, C. Ebert, B. Douglas, C. Foster, R. Frick
P. Frank, K. Erickson, L. Dellinger, G. Fox, j. Earnst, S
Forsyth, T. Davis. Raw 4: R. Fealey, D. Freeman,
Fleenor, j. Garner, C. Fowler, F. Fensel, G. Etter,
Fiorita, D, Dye, H. Doench, j, Elery. CENTER-Row 'I
j. Hale, C. Helbig, S. I-larrold, j. Gearhart, K. Greer, G
Harry, C. Henman, G. Hale, B. Hartley, M. Hellard, S
Glynn. Row 2: K. Hein, H. Golden, C. Henderson, S. Gil-
bert, E. Hepp, R. Heikes, M. Haybron, W. Garwood, B
Gray, P- Grice. Row 3: D. Gray, R. Gould, A. Harbottle
R. Griffey, T. Hart, j. Hall, W. Hays, L. Greene, C
Herbst, G. Hayes, j. Hattery, H. Harber, T. Hale, P
Haley, T. Gragg. BOTTOM-Row I: j. Huffman, j. jones
I. Kincer, L. I-loefling, M. Keto, l. Hochwalt, j. jenkins
S. Hirsch, F. Kinstle, C. Irvin. Row 2: j. jackson, L. King
C. Kepler, R. james, P. Hoover, S. Key, L. Kerr, B. Howe
S. jeffrey, j. Hein, S. Hoke. Row 3: B. Hotchkiss, M
Hoffman, M. Kelly, P. Ketteman, B. jacobs, M. Hoffman
B. Hudson, j, Kettering, S. Kistler, S. judd. Row 4: L
Hockett, G. Hoyer, D. jolly, B. Hobbs, L. Cash, P
Hemker, j. Kercher, G. jollay, B. Kassen.
SOPHS: TOP PHOTO-Row 'l: E. Carimore, R.. Messer,
1. Meckley, E. Mayfield, D. Kurpe, 1. Menchen, R. Mar-
shall, K. Krebs, C. Lauber, B. Martin, H. Longworth.
Row 2: C. Marshall, 1. Miller, B. Lowles, D. Loomis, D.
Mallon, A. Lemieux, R. Masters, A. Leiphart, 1. LaRue,
S. Leonard, B. Leiter, B. Mallott. Row 3: B. Letner, 1.
Lee, 1. Moreland, R. Kramer, 1. Leckrone, A. Lindsay,
K. McKay, H. McDaniel, M. McCabe, R. Lee, K. Lowden,
S. Matheny. Row 4: S. LaMotte, Cu. Langdon, F. McCarty,
1. McKay, S. Lumby, 1. Lawrence, C. Maharg, T. Kling,
1, Kuenn, D. Little, 1. Medford, 1. Mann. CENTER-Row
1: D. Mullins, P. Miller, P. Mullins, B. Musson, 1. Over-
holser. Row 2: 1. Michael, B. Minnish, K. Moore, M.
Nobel, E. Mitchell, S. Miller, 1. Moore. Row 3: L. Miller,
D. Olt, P. McDonough, D. Nees, 1. Morabito, N. Norden-
brock, L. Milby, D. Murray. Row 4: H. Nels, C. McSherry,
B. Newkirk, B. McDonald, R. Oxley, C. Michael, W.
Nicely, D. Moyer, T. Moore. BOTTOM-Row 1: 1. Rus-
sell, B. Price, L. Rowland, 1. Rigby, 1. Price, C. Rieger, M.
Redfern, 1. Porter, C. Phillippi, Row 2: M. Powell, C.
Round, R. Puffenger, A. Poff, S. Resh, B. Rueschoff, D.
Rardin, G. Priddy, B. Rockwell. Row 3: C. Ringelspaugh,
D. Richardson, M. Rodgers, M. Phillips, T. Puterbaugh
D, Priser, B, Phillips, P. Prather, M. Rensch. Row 4: B
Robinson, L. Ray, 1. Rozelle, D. Parker, F. Revis, B
Ruterbaugh, 1. Ray, 1. Rogers, F. Ryan, C. Perkins.
SOPHS: TOP PHOTO-Row l: S. Springer, L. Stahl, B
Shuey, 1. Staton, S. Schneider, Ci. Salyers, 1. Shank, 1
Stahl, D. Sakada, 1. Skurna, S. Schwinn. Row 2: A.
Snyder, 1. Schumacher, 1. Spicka, T. Sawyer, K. Spangen-
berg, M. Snyder, B. Sloan, K. Scott, S. Shrimplin, S
Shroeder, 1. Smith. Row 3: C. Schaeffer, 1. Schmidt, 1
Salyers, C. Sherman, C. Sorrell, F. Robinson, B. Selva, M
Skeries, T. Shanklin, M. Schoenberg, D. Snyder, T. Smith
Row 4: S. Stoner, T. Smith, 1. Shroyer, E. Sewell, 1
Skinner, C. Stevens, D. Smith, P. Scott, C. Shawver, C
Stafford, 1. Shook. CENTER-Row 'l: S. Tolle, P. Trick
S. Stewart, B. Taylor. Row 2: B. Teegarden, B. Suter
C. Stines, P. Tracy, 1. Sutton, N. Swigert, B. Storer, 1
Stone. Row 3: 1. Story, T. Stoppleman, B. Thurman, 1
Balderson, 1. Stover, E. Trubeen, N. Urbanas, 1. Talbott
Row 4: M. Tooley, M. Struble, C. Stroud, T. Thoms, D
Sweeney, W. Stroud, C. Urbshat, T. Varro. BOTTOM-
Row l: N. Yenger, 1. Wright, S. Winger, S. Walker, A
Ward, 1. Woodruff. Row 2: B. Young, B. Zimmerman
1. West. T. Webb, E. Whitlock, P. Wax, P. Werner, S
Wymer. Row 3: A. Utz, B. Watts, B. Walters, 1
Wheeler, L. Vaught, C. Walther, D. Zappe, T. Wuichet
A. Wilder, C. Whitneck. Row 4: R. Williams, L. Wood-
ruff, B. Williams, 1. Zeisler, L. Wilson, S. Warner, C
Vilood, D. VanSchaak, D. Young, C. Weckesser.
if's fime io meei the board
BOARD OF EDUCATION members for
l957 seated around the table are Vice-Presi-
dent Mrs. Dorothy Milby, Clerk Treasurer
George Ernst, Past-President Robert Krebs,
Orville Bach, and President Willis Eickman.
Elected for a four year term, this group is
studying curriculum ot the school system in
planning for the new Fairmont High School.
They hope to have three units of the
seven-building school ready tor use by
ADMlNlSTRATORS of the Kettering
school system handle many supervisory prob-
lems. Miss Mary Bell, Director of Elementary
Education: Maurice Wogamain, Pupil Person-
nel, Dwight Barnes, Superintendentg john
Prass, Director of Curriculum, and Miss
Martha Apple, Cafeteria Supervisor, are seated
around the table. Chester Roush, Business
Manager, and Russell Working, School Psy-
chologist, look on in the photo below.
the counselors, our guiding lights
Fairmont owes much of its spirit to the
work of our counselors. Howard Flatter strives
tor outstanding achievement in the testing
program which includes coaching the Senior
and district scholarship teams.
Mr. Flatter is assistant principal and boys
counselor. He also teaches in the Personality
Adjustment course and advises Torch and
Keystone, National Honor Society.
Very few people could leave the halls of
Fairmont without having been influenced by
Mrs. Mary Githens' smile.
Besides teaching in the Personality Ad-
justment course, she helps the girls with their
college and vocational problems and is always
willing to help Sophomore and junior girls with
their schedules and personal problems. She also
assists the scholarship program.
read! read! read!
Booklovers ofthe English department
seated include Mrs. joan Burns, Sophomore
class, Miss Leah Funck, Dramatics, junior-
Senior plays and National Forensic League,
Miss Laura Kennedy, English, Senior class and
Torch and Keystone Honor Society, Mrs.
Frances Homer, English, Typing, and Sopho-
more Y-Teens, Miss Ruth Anderson, English,
Personality Adjustment, and junior Y-Teens,
Mrs. Maude Vines, English and World History,
Miss Ruth Heitzman, English, Latin, Latin club
and Senior class, and Miss Mary Warren, Eng-
lish, French, Future Teachers and French club.
Standing and searching the shelves are
Mrs. Ann Adman, English and Dragon Tales,
Richard Sultzbach, English, Guidance, Boys
counselor, and Zeta Chi Hi-Yg Eugene Smith,
English, Debate, Speech, and Assembly Com-
mittee, Miss Christinia Whal, English, junior
class, and Cheerleaders, and Mrs. Hulda Smith,
English and Annual adviser.
Miss Miriam Wilson is our school librarian
and director of the bookstore. She helps advise
the Senior Y-Teens and Prom committee.
education : feachers + siudenfs x work
Math experts seated are Miss Gladys
Powell, Algebra and Plane Geometry, Stephen
lundanian, Algebra, Solid Geometry, Trigo-
nometry, and Athletic director, Alvin Funder-
burg, Algebra and Plane Geometry. Standing
are William Haynes, Algebra and Plane Ge-
ometry, Percy Vines, Plane Geometry, World
History, and Business Economics, Eugene Wy-
song, Physics, Trigonometry, Solid Geometry
and Plane Geometry, George Tuttle, Algebra
and Plane Geometry, and Edmund Henderson,
Industrial Arts and Plane Geometry.
Chemistry and Science
Chemistry and Conser-
vation, and Eugene
Wysong, Physics and
include Paul Wagner,
head basketball coach,
David Rayburn, Visual
Aids and Science, Wil-
liam Roberts, Conser-
vation, and David Pud-
dington, assistant foot-
fairmonf offers a well-rounded program including . .
Linguists discussing their displays are lan-
guage club advisers: Miss Mary Belle Warren,
French and English, adviser of FTA and junior-
Senior Reception, Miss Ruth Heitzman, Latin
and English, Senior class adviser, and Miss
Merilla Davis, Spanish and Latin.
Commercial instructors are Mrs. Frances
Homer, English, Typing, Sophomore Y-Teens,
Mrs. Florence Rhodes, Typing, Shorthand,
Office Practice, and james Robinson, Book-
keeping, Accounting. Seated is Miss Laura
Marshall, Shorthand, Office Practice, School
Clark Haines, director of the Fairmont
band and the operetta, is the Director of the
Music Department for all Kettering Schools.
jarislav Holesovsky is in charge of the orches-
tra which plays for the operetta and plays.
Eugene Seeberger directs all vocal music.
Equipment-wise are physical education in-
structors: james jackson, baseball and basket-
ball coach, Miss Mary Ann Turner, Girls Ath-
letic director and GAA sponsor, Miss Verna
Tullis, assistant GAA sponsor, and jack Fouts,
football, track coach and Allied Youth sponsor.
Miss Helen Vogelsang, in
charge of home economicsg and
adviser for Future Homemakers
of America, directs the activity
of judy Coatney, joann Wenz-
Ier and Lou Ann Estes.
ind usfrial arts
The Industrial Arts de-
partment in charge of settings
for school theatrical produc-
tions is staffed by Edmund
Henderson, Plane Geometry,
and Chairman Leland Hall,
Mechanical Drawing instructor.
Honored as an art instruc-
tor for one quarter century in
Fairmont, Miss Rachel Urick
also sponsors the junior Red
Cross. Photographed with her
are student artists Sue Grubbs,
Bob Bun and Martha Cox. Miss
Urick enjoys helping students.
Driver Training teachers
posing beside the training car
are Wylie Graham, Photo-
graphy club sponsor, and Her-
bert Burns, World History
you and your world
History profs standing are james Sims,
American History and adviser of junior Council
on World Affairs, Richard West, American
History, World History and adviser Allied
Youth, and Louis Zaremski, American History
and a lunior class adviser.
Those seated include Friend Couser,
Civics, Sociology, and Economics, Herbert
Burns, World History, and adviser of the Stu-
dent Council, and Alfred Bolender, Civics,
Sociology, and Economics. These men keep us
posted on all world affairs.
. J. . A,,, Cami.,-
Our office staff,
Mrs. Florence Brown,
Mrs. Martha Woods,
Mrs. Frances Hodges,
Mrs. Betty C-oetcheus,
and Mrs. Martha
Woods, is to be
thanked for their ex-
soup's on! come and gef if!
Cafeteria employees work hard to prepare
food for faculty and students of Fairmont. Uni-
formed ladies "line-up" for the birdie. Mrs.
Mildred Tufts, Mrs. Dorothy Goodwin, Mrs.
Betty Yates, Mrs. Ceorgeanne Mohr, Mrs. Vir-
ginia Woodard, Mrs. Ruby Hubler, Mrs. Lil-
lian Heeter, Mrs. Mabel Freeman and, not
pictured, Mrs. Cora Archdeacon.
includes Charles Blake
and Edward Siford,
standing, and the late
Fred Kinstle and Ralph
Not pictured is Super-
visor Charles Crice.
1956 DRAGON SQUAD includes Row I: Coach Fouts, D. Thacker, C. Voehringer, C, Claypool, 1, Moore A Ast
Hoppe, W. lacobs, B. West, B. Garrett, T. Blake, K. bury, D. Keener, C. Thompson, P. Albery, C. Randolph
DeHaven, I. Howard, L. Nees, B. Tolle, I. Brandt, 1. Coach Puddington. Row 5: D. Parker, C. Fowler R
Andrews. Row 2: R. Saylers, F. Wenz, N. Noggle, H. Chaney, l. Garner, T. Thoms, R. Oxley, B. Puterbaugh
Lobo, L. Galante, S. Miller, P. Prather, K. Etter, B.
Thomas, B. Bartells, D. Maloon, Coach Wagner. Row 3:
T. Seitz, V. Jacobs, F. Meyer, B. Lawerence, R. Houck,
l. Lawrence, S. Warner, B. North, j. Zeisler, I Shroyer
l. Balbach, T. Hart, M. Struble, B. Williams, S Langer
R. james. Row 6: Mgr. B. McDonald, Mgr. l Nowak
K. Coecke, B. Haines, F. Elliot, K. Reinhard, T. Dunlevy, D. Welsh, R. Bolton, 1. Saylers, A. Edwards, B Brooks
1. Cushen, L. Shade. Row 4: C. Foreman, T. Peters, H.
as we view the team in action . . .
1956 FOOTBALL RECORD
WON 6 LOST 2 TIED
FAIRMONT 7 MIDDLETOWN 7 FAIRMONT
FAIRMONT CHAMINADE FAIRMONT
FAIRMONT PIQUA FAIRMONT
FAIRMONT MIAMISBURG. FAIRMONT
S. Gilbert, Mgr. H. Darnell, Mgr. B. Zipf.
fighi dragons down fhe field, we'll win for fairmonf
FAIRMONT 40 PIQUA
ln the first MVL game, the
fast-hitting Dragons rolled over
a punchless Piqua crew on the
strength of a 33 point first
half. TD's by Del-laven, Seitz,
and Nees, two by Andrews in
the first half and one by Miller
in the second, proved too much
for the Indians. Nees l36l is
shown grabbing a TD pass from
7 MIDDLETOWN 7
ln the first game of the season,
the Dragons fumbled away one
scoring chance after another,
then fought from behind with
48 seconds left to tie on jim
Andrews' touchdown and Nel-
son Noggle's extra point. The
photo shows jerry Cushen l2l l
on a punt run-back.
FAIRMONT 33 CHAMINADE 6
The first two times we had the
ball, good blocking shook jim
Andrews loose for scores. The
Dragons broke it open in the
last half on two more TD's by
Andrews and one by Larry
Shade. This victory was espe-
cially sweet for the Dragons.
Andrews lZ4l sweeps the
ionighf! drive 'iil our rivals yield!
FAIRMONT 6 TROY
The important point after
touchdown was the deciding
point in the main encounter of
the season. Fairmont's touch-
down was a 33 yard pass play
with Phil Prather on the re-
ceiving end. The Trojans scored
late in the second period to
climax the evenings scoring,
This was a battle of defenses
from beginning to end.
FAIRMONT 20 SIDNEY 7
Andrews l2'-ll is carrying one
of his three touchdowns as he
and his teammates rebounded
from the defeat of the week
before to a victory. This was
definitely Andrews' best night
of the year.
FAIRMONT 41 MIAMISBURG 0
The capacity homecoming
crowd cheered on a fired up
Dragon team. The Fairmont
boys out played, out powered,
and out fought a usually tough
Viking eleven. The Foutsmen
scored ZO points each half to
gain its third victory in a row
and send its unbeaten streak to
we won'1 give up the fighf! roll on fo vidory
FAIRMONT 27 FAIRBORN IZ
The Dragons played a vastly-
improved Fairborn team. Backs
Andrews and DeHaven scored
two each. Nelson Noggle made
three conversions. The Dragons
ended the season with 6 wins,
Z losses, l tie. Photo shows
Calante i3lJ carrying, Prather
l29l and Etter l28l blocking.
7 XENIA I3
A fired up Xenia Central team
scored first but missed the con-
version. Then jim Andrews
scored and Nelson Noggle's
conversion was good, making it
7-6. ln the second half, Xenia
scored and the conversion was
good for a I3-7 score. Photo
shows Miller l22l carrying.
FAIRMONT 67 GREENVILLE 0
Foutsmen opened up with two
quick TD's by Andrews. jerry
Cushen threw TD passes to
ends, Nees and Prather. Backs
DeHaven, Miller, C-alante,
Lobo, Bartels and Vern lacobs
scored once. Nelson Noggle
made three conversions, jim
Lawrence and Bartels two each.
Photo shows Andrews i243
carrying, Wenz H97 and Myer
as we sound our baffle cry!
T.-B. West T.-j. Brandt E--L N995
Allowing only 39 points scored against This is the team that held high-powered
them, the Dragon defenders were by far the Troy to one TD, held three teams scoreless
best defensive team in the MVL. They also and through a period of six consecutive
tied the modern school record of only 52 points quarters didn't even give up one first down.
scored in a nine game schedule.
dragons' defense best in league
DEFENDING THE DRAGON'S GOAL LINE were lineman l4Ol , Linebackers-T. Seitz l3Ol , C. Foreman l5Ol , B.
RE.-B, Haines l35J, RT.-B. Garrett l49l, G.--V. Thomas l38l, N. Noggle l32l, and Halfbacks-L.
jacobs l44l, LT.-K. DeHaven l45l, LE- B. Tolle C-alante l3ll, I. Cushen l2ll.
QB.-N. Noggle E.-P. Prather
HB.-H. Lobo HB.-L. Galante
QB.-W. lacobs FB.-K. DeHaven
E.-T. Blake LB.-B. Thomas
best offense in mvl held by dragons
In league play, the fast, hard-hitting
Dragon offense rolled up 208 points to pace
the Miami Valley League in scoring. Running
mostly from their single wing, they could not
only grind-'em out for touchdowns, but break
loose for long scoring runs.
The forward wall was close to being the
smallest in Fairmont's history: but what they
lacked in size, they made up in speed.
The backfield, being hard-hitting and high
stepping, rounded out one of the most bal-
anced teams this area has seen for a long time.
CHARGERS ON FHS OFFENSIVE TEAM were: RE.-L
Nees l35lg T.-D. Hoppe l-4335 T.-B. Garrett l49l
RG.-l. Meyer l48lg C.-F. Wenz ll9lg LG,-R
T.-B. Garrett HB.-l. Andrews
C.-l. Howard C.--K. Etter
G.-B. Tolle T.-D. Hoppe
T.-D. lvlaloon C.-F. Wenz
Salyers 14635 LE.-P. Prather 12935 RH.-S. Miller
12235 QB.-W. jacobs 12933 FB.-K, DeHaven 1-4533
LH.-l. Andrews 1243.
Best Sophomore ......... Bruce Puterbaugh
Best junior .............. Charles Foreman
Most Improved Senior ........... Bill Tolle
Most Coachable Player .s....... Louis Nees
Most lntercepted Passes .... Leonard Galante
Most Recovered Fumbles ..... Nelson Noggle
Best Blocking Back ........... Walt lacobs
Most TD Runs of 30 Yards .... lim Andrews
Smallest Starter .............. Fred Wenz
Best Offensive Lineman ........ Dick Hoppe
Best Defensive Lineman ....... Bob Garrett
lvlost Valuable Player ........ Ken DeHaven
HIGH-STEPPING 140 MEMBERS OF THE FAIRMONT R. McCafferty, B. Swallen, 1. Leckrone, S. letfery, A.
HIGH SCHOOL BAND AND RHYTHM-ETTE CORPS!
Row I: P. Ketteman, S. Simonton, P. Ketteman, N
Elson, E. Phoutz, B. Miller, M. Knox, G. Ritter, W
Lewis, P. Bussard, D. Romer, R. Calhoun, C. McKnight
P, Bow, C. Ross, W. Klambach, B. Elliott, M. Barrett
J, Rice, S. Grubbs, R. lacobs, P. Martain, I. Crews.
Row 2: I. Akers, M. Bayless, P. Osborn, C. Reinhard, L
Milby, C. Foley, S. Hollis, P. Bilz, S. Clayton, S. Harlow,
Harbottle, C. Henderson, 1. Taylor, K. Grimes.
Row 3: I. Hale, S. Schoen, L. Hoskins, B. Wetz, 1.
Horton, M. Goetcheus, E. Ambrose, A. Marlin, L. Denny,
B. Martin, j. Sutton, E. Augsburger, S. Youngen, I.
Michael, S. Shrimplin, S. Winget, S. Hoke, R. Biondo,
T. Battenberg, D. Sakada, I. Addison, L. Marshall, D.
Row 4: M. Ashworth, l. Robinson, B. Rutherford, P.
if's iime fo sfrike up the band
Band and Rhythm-ette members "brought
down the house" with each tremendous half-
time show. They met stiff competition this
year, but out-maneuvered their opponents
After considerable testing of their various
skills, these four girls earned the top positions
in the Rhythm-ette Corps: Delores Romer,
Huston, B. Roosa, B. Rausch, l. Dieterle, M. Hoffman, A.
Vwlilder, I. LaRue, S. Resh, R. Seibert, E. Frey, P. Corwin,
M. Miller, S. Herbst, l. Phillips, D. Hale, B. Bryant, S.
Row 5: L. Brown, T. Smith, l. Hattery, F. Evans, B.
Campbell, N. Gross, I. johnson, D. Priser, R. Williams,
B. Carper, D. Dellis, D. Warmer, W. Baker, 1. Wheeler,
Cl Alspach, C. Walther, C. Edgington, S. Howard, R.
Braden, M. Gross, B. Chollar.
.as mighty fhs steps down
Cadet Captain, Carole McKnight, First Lieu-
tenant, Pat Bussard, Second Lieutenant, and
Patty Bow, Top Sergeant.
Roger Calhoun, pictured on the right, led
the band through its paces as our energetic
drum major, under the direction of Clark
l-laines and his assistants, Paul Shartle, Ernest
Ross, and Bob Thygerson.
Row 6: 1. Hofferberth, C. lordon, B. lrelan, S. Stout
D. Freeman, S. Burgess, P. Powell, M. Tooley, D. Spahr
D. Mills, L. Wilson, G. Etter, F. Geddes, L. Lee, Y
Schubert, R. Bow, D. Gessaman, I-X. South, C-. Stafford
Row 7: D. Winget, I. McKay, D. Dieterich, 1. Calfee
R. Sterling, R. McKay, G. Palmer, E. Evans, T. Walther
l. McKinney, R. Becker.
lofs of rhythm . . .
The three new reserve
cheerleaders, ludy Overholser,
Sherie Wymer, and Sonja Barr,
did an excellent job in leading
the reserve basketball team on
to victory during the season.
lofs of pep
the direction of
has been used
in arousing the
spirit of the
"lef's really yell!"
"Let's really yell!" This is
a familiar phrase often used by
this years cheerleaders: Marcia
Friedly, lane Woodard, julie
jeffrey, ludy Leiter, Barty
l-lussman, and Dian Weaver.
The varsity squad, with ludy
Leiter as captain, has done out-
standing vvork all through the
ianey reigns as homecoming queen
QUEEN AND COURT: Sue Crubbs, Pat Ketteman, Phyllis
Osborn, lane Woodard, Delores Romer, and ludy Leiter.
On the night of October 5, after a week of
vigorous campaigning, everyone was breath-
lessly awaiting the news of the election re-
sults for Homecoming Queen. Senior class Vice
President, lim l-lofferberth, had the honor of
presenting the traditional kiss and a dozen red
roses to laney Woodard, sponsored by Theta
Hi-Y, at halftime.
laney's court consisted of Sue Grubbs,
sponsored by Gamma l-li-Y, ludy Leiter by
Delta, Patty Ketteman by Zeta Chi, Phyllis
Osborn by Sigma, and Delores Romer by
To make the homecoming festivities more
complete, the Fairmont Dragons reigned also
with a resounding victory over the lyliamisburg
Kenny DeHaven, captain of the football
team, presented the royal scepter to Queen
lane and had the first dance with her at the
Student Council dance in the gymnasium after
the game. Everyone enjoyed dancing to the
music of Marshall Reed's orchestra.
At the magic hour of twelve, the dance
ended, but the memories of Homecoming live
on "as time goes by."
FAST-RUNNING DRAGONS Row 1: D. Becker, D. Sa-
kada, B. Clancy, D. Maloy, B. Zimmerman, R. Allowitz,
D, Frey, Mgr. A. Lathram. Row 2: Coach jackson, S.
Pfarrer, D. Folkerth, G. Helm, R. Luske, M. Chapple, M.
Osman, D. Walters. Row 3: R. Bow, B. Irelan, B. Ham-
mer, B. Barrere, B. Cevery, D. White, T. Bernard.
cross country heads for the open road
GOLF ENTHUSIASTS IN 1956 included 30 girls who
participated in golf lessons and intramurals as shown
Fleeting feet of the Fairmont Dragon
Cross Country squad were instrumental in
copping fourth place in the MVL meet. This
was the first year that letters were awarded
the members of the team. According to Coach
jackson, this sport, being new at Fairmont,
has great promise in the future, since most of
this years lettermen are returning next year.
1956 Cross Country Record
Lanier Meet-Seventh place, 170 points
Triangular Meet-Patterson 21, Fairmont 41,
MVL Meet-Fourth place, 106 points
Fairmont 21 ...... West Carrollton 39
Fairmont 41 ...... Fairborn 21
UNDEFEATED VARSITY: Row l: L. Arnold, S. Helm, S.
Blank, B. Hussrnan, P. Kemp, P. Griffin, N. Becker. Row
2: Coach Tullis, D. Lemieux, P. Knoop, P. Osborn, N.
Lewis, B. McCloskey, 1. Woodard, 1. jackson.
Fairmont W. Carrollton
Fairmont W. Carrollton
dragonetfes finish undefeated hockey season
UNDEFEATED RESERVE: Row l: N.
Folkerth, I. Mecklevy, S. Walker, S.
Hoke, P. Addison, K. Kibler. Row 2: S.
Tolle, D, Arts, A. Poff, H. McDaniel,
R. Kramer, 1. Cruver, P. Schelling,
1. Overholser. Row 3: C. Ringel-
spaugh, L. Nikides, M. Place, M. Bay-
less, C. Getter, L. Vogt.
seniors wield sfick
Fight until you've got the ball! That was
the motto of the i956 hockey team. Both var-
sity and reserve played a rough schedule of
eight games and remained undefeated. The
team racked up a total of 33 points, a record
for any Fairmont team. The girls played with
twelve players instead of eleven. The twelfth
player was determination, of which the girls
Miss Tullis, who is new to Fairmont this
year, coached and encouraged the team to
victory. Practices were held on Monday, Tues-
day, and Thursday, with most of the games on
Wednesday. The girls practiced in dust, mud,
and water, but this did not discourage them.
One of the highlights of the season was
the game with Oakwood, the traditional
hockey rival. This year the girls played with
great enthusiasm and a will to win. At the
halt, the score was Fairmont 2, Oakwood O.
The jills of Oakwood came back in the second
half, and with fans on both sides cheering
wildly, evened the score at 2-2. Both teams
admitted that it was the hardest game ot the
season and congratulations were certainly in
order to the Dragonettes.
The overjoyed Dragonettes were rewarded
for their undefeated hockey season with an
excellent victory dinner.
FAREWELL SENIORS: Row 1, vertically: P. Addison, S.
Blank, B. Hussman, 1. jackson. Row 2: B. McCloskey,
L. Nikides, P. Osborn, I. Woodard.
"MY MAN GODFREY" cast: D. Winget, L. Nees, Shawhan, T. Smith, K. Langdon, M. Halderman, B. Frye,
M, Chappel, A. vonlsakovics, C. Flatter, A. Barr, B. 1. Spahr, S. Harrold, D. Folkerth, and I. Hotferberth.
"my man godfrey" draws packed house
"My Man Godfrey," a comedy in two acts, was presented by the
Senior class on November l6 and l7, Under the direction of Miss
Leah Funck and Leland l-lall, the play cast, with Anne Barr and Bob
Shavvhan in the leading roles, presented excellent performances both
UMADAME, YOUR PEARLSl" Sharing the excitement are Bob Shawhan, Dave Folkerth,
Kay Langdon, Murray Chappel, and Louis Nees.
Anne Barr and Bob Shawhan
STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: N. Folkerth, B. lrelan, B. Dungan, I. Woodard, B. Tolle, S. Walker,
P. Ketteman, T. Shroyer, D. Weaver, T. Blake, j. jeffrey, Standing are Adviser Somers and President Miller.
student council forms axis for many activities
One of the great honors at Fairmont is to
be a member of the Student Council. Mem-
bers, consisting of four Sophomores, four
juniors, and five Seniors, are elected by their
classes and represent the students in bringing
about a closer relationship between the faculty
This year among varied projects, the
members and Mr. Somers planned the home-
coming ceremony and dances after the football
A study hall of 30 select students was set
up on an honor basis. The Student Council
hopes this honor study hall, without a teacher
monitor, will be successful so that the plan
may be continued in the new school.
Seniors janey Woodard, Patti Ketteman,
Bill Tolle, and Scott lvliller attended the annual
lVlVL Student Council meeting at Fairborn
and obtained new ideas for future Student
SC OFFICERS: President Scotty Miller, Secretary-
Treasurer lane Woodard, Vice-President Bill Tolle.
T The library committee
consists of one representative
from each class. They must se-
lect books that will interest the
students. The committee has
chosen both entertaining and
Members who have done
such a good job this year are
Dian Weaver, Pat Ketteman,
and Nancy Folkerth.
"Welcome to Fairmont!"
The reception committee wel-
comes new members to the
school, introduces them to its
students, activities, and
routine, and makes the student
feel a part of our school. The
members, consisting of repre-
sentatives from each class, are
Tom Wolf, lim Shroyer and
Planning assemblies is a
big job. The members must
choose programs that will ap-
peal to all the students. At the
end of each school year, they
assemble to vote on various
types of entertainmentg the
following year these programs
are seen by the students. We
owe thanks to Sue Walker, Bill
Tolle, and lulie jeffrey.
0 Q Q
Little leaves are sleepin,
they were warm upon the hill,
Yesterday 'twere fallin'
but today lie cold and chillg
They heard you mutter, Winter,
your winds whispered long
Saw your snowflakes comin',
the breezes sang your song.
High upon the hillside
lots of Seniors met with sled
Riding 'till the cold brought
chilly hands and heads.
Here's the place for us to be,
an' there's the place for you
Howdy, Mister Winter,
howdy, howdy do!
Working on the prom was the biggest job They are Ginnie Doll, Ronnie Wolfe, judy
this year for the juniors Pictured above is the Phillips, Rudy Bow, lnghaelt Traenkle, Marcia
Program and Orchestra selection committees Friedley, and Chairman Sam Stout.
planning begms early for the iunior-senior prom
lhey lead lhe way
junior Class, led by its officers, pictured at
left: Vice-President jerry Cushen, Secretary
Buzz Kastens, Social Chairman Marcia
Friedley, President Art Astbury, and Treasurer
jim Moore kicked off the year with the sale of
pens and megaphones. "A Foggy Night in
London Town," the junior Dance held on jan-
uary l2, was followed in March by "Nothing
But the Truth", the junior Play.
Both the Prom at Wampler's Barn and
"Class Night", with the reading of the Senior
Will and Prophesy, were tops.
All in all, the juniors have had a busy but
fun-filled year and have earned the right to a
happy Senior year. Good luck, Class of '58!
i-unior class boasts 423
Top-Row 'l: C. Agnor, F. Abrams, H. Beasley, N. Becker,
D. Arts, F. Angel. Row 2: D. Becker, P. Albaugh, S.
Aultz, R. Abare, B. Baker, R. Allowltz, L. Arnold. Row
3: S. Ahrens, M. Adams, A. Astbury, R. Bartley, R.
Arthur, M. Bayless, K. Alger. Row 4: B. Adams, W.
Baker, B. Avery, l. Bauser, B. Barrere, R. Adman, R.
Becker, P. Albery. Bottom-Row 'I: A. Bulugaris, l.
Brackney, P. Burns, R. Bowers, Ca. Brown, P. Bussard,
P. Bilz. Row 2: B. Blank, B. Campbell, B. Blankenship,
L. Brown, R. Behnken, S. Brown, S. Bruns, T. Bryant.
Row 3: j. Barnhart, M. Berry, R. Bow, W. Brazelton, P.
Brown, F. Blocher, R. Brown. Row 4: B. Carrollyj. Berry,
R. Calhoun, R. Carolus, B. Brazelton, T. Bernard, L.
we sold megaphones fo start off the year
Top-Row I: P. Clark, lvl. Cox, M. Cubbage, 1. Coatney,
M. Cox, Row 2: I. Cyphers, L. Denny, P. Corwin, I
Dunham, F. Derfield, S. Cribley, R. Engelhart. Row 3
S. Clayton, D. Costello, R. Crandall, G. Gastineau, C
Claypool, N. Clarke, G, Doll, 1. Cushen. Row 4: B, Giles
R. Dill, G. Cleveland, F, Farming, F. Elliott, D. Dieterich
T. Dunlevy. Bottom-Row 1: 1. Fletcher, S. Farron, P
Gitfin, C. Fisher, 1. Beatty, L. Ghere, M. Faler. Row 2
D. Gaines, I. Gebhart, N. George, P. Hanaghan, R. Gray
I. Fathergill, P. Fine. Row 3: C. Getter, G. Finley, F
Evans, I. Fischer, D. Gessaman, S. Grothjan, E. Gerhardt
Row 4: W. Gerdes, C. Fry, C. Geyer, C. Everetts, C
Gearhart, l. Engle, C. Foreman.
W E53 Wfigi' QE
fo help our feams wifh our many cheers
Top-Row I: M. Goetcheus, L. Gillum, M. Grant, G. L. Horn, G. Hendricks. Row 2: L, Hunt, C. Hoeflinger,
Greer. Row 2: S. Goodpastor, 1. Gruver, S. Gre'rl'1er, E. P. Hetzel, G. Hild, 1. Hatcher, 1. Hayes, R. jacobs, S.
Gluesenkamp, E. Gyenes, S. Harbison. Row 3: L. Haas, Herbst. Row 3: 1. Huffman, S. Howard, S. Harlow, G.
F. Goodpaster, M. Gross, 1. Gordon, D. Hall, 1. Greene, Heinkel, B. Hiler, T. Henger, D. Hunter, 1. Gillespie.
R. Glancy. Row 4: G. Grether, H. Glover, P. Gilbert, K. Row 4: D. Hunter, G, Hundt, 1. Hayes, R. Houck, S.
Goecke, B. Haines, B. Heller, 1. Gilmore. Bottom-Row 1: Guess, L. Hodgson, G. Helm, P. Huntzinger.
L. Hoskins, F. Hysinger, G. Hopkins, S. Helm, S. Hollis, I h
we sold ball-poinl pens for many a day
Top-Row 1: A. Kindred, N. Lehman, B. Klees, K. Kibler
Row 2: A. Kistler, M. Lenehan, P. Kemp, C. johnson
S. Lang, D. Lehman, C. Callimore. Row 3: j. jeffrey
A. Kincer, j. Kruger, M. Kreutzer, B. Hoover, B. Kist-
ner, L. Kranz. Row 4: P. Krug, B. jackson, V. jacobs,
D. jacobs, A. Keener, B. Irelan, B. Kastens. Bottom-
Row I: D. Mainous, M. Lowe, j. Lewis. Row 2: j. Lee-
dom, j. Lowrey, P. Knoop, D. Lemieux, L. Manchester
Row 3: N. Lewis, R. Lusk, j. Lain, D. Leis, B. Laughlin
j. Langen. Row 4: H. Machowsky, B. Lawrence, j
Lynch, T. Mann, A. Lathrem, T. Maas.
fo prepare for ihe recepfion fhaf was held in may
Top-Row I: l. Neff, B. Messer, F. Long, E. Mittem-
buehler, S. May, P. Mulvaney, P. Murray. Row 2: A.
Marlin, C. Newman, K. Norris, R. McCafterty, B. Mar-
getts, M. Ooley, P. Martin, M. Mclntire. Row 3: 1.
Nowak, l, Miller, B. North, D. Meeker, S. Mosier, H.
McClelland, l. Moore, T. Miller. Row 4: l. McKa1y, P.
McCleary, I. Nyberg, 1. Mikesell, C. Murrell. Bottom-
Row I: C. Richards, P. Oldham, C. Longworth, K. Med-
lin, C. Ring, M. Phillips, 1. Priddy. Row 2: l. Phillips, C
Reinhard, l. Reed, B. Pielage, M. Place, l. Reiniger, N
Palmer. Row 3: B. Quire, P. Powell, M. Osman, C. Ran-
dolph, B. Meddock, 1. Potter, C. Nishwitz. Row 4: C
Porter, l. Palmer, C. Perkins, T. Riffel, A. Plsek, F
Meyer, T. Reel.
ihe prom was held on a sfar-sfudded nighi
Top-Row 'l: L. Mazak, 1, Mooney, B. Rainwater, R.
Perry, D. Morris, K. Reif, l. Mint. Row 2: B. Roosa, j.
Robinson, B. Schell, L. Rickard, l. Ruggles, V. Schoen,
M. Scholes. Row 3: B. Rutherford, C. Shirley, T.
Schleinitz, L, Sheets, l. Rute, N. Ryne, R. Seibert. Row
4: l. Schick, l. Schardt, G. Ruchgaber, l. Shadoan, D.
Rutherford, T. Ruckstuhl, Y. Schubert. Bottom-Row I:
S. Schmidt, D. Marcum, I. Priddy, A. Shawhan, L. Todd,
P. Tankersley, S. Schoen. Row 2: P. Schelling, B. Rubel,
S. Stroup, B. Rudy, C. Smith, L. Shade, S. Stethem. Row
3: P, Stump, B. Stuck, H. Thacker, C. Thompson, A.
South, l. Snyder, D. Thompson. Row 4: T. Stone, T.
Seitz, G. Stevenson, T. Stauter, K. Reinhard, S. Stout,
fo send fhe seniors info life's lovely flighi
Top-Row l: 1. Trimble, S. Siler, C. Weaver, R. Voghia.
B. Swallen, C. Sigmund, D. Showalter. Row 2: R. Wag-
ner, C. Slaughter, S. Webb, M. Walschaert, l. Ward
C. Simmons, N, Williams. Row 3: K. Watts, V. Thomp-
son, l. Sones, R. Vlaskamp, M. Saettle, l. True, 1. Tyler.
Row 4: K. Vlahos, D. Wanner, A. Upton, L. Turner, R.
Smith, I. Trebnik, C. Vohringer. Bottom-Row 'l: B. Wetz
K. Sparks, C. Taylor, l. Wells, L. Webb, P. Walker.
Row 2: P. Weller, V. Wittgruber, N. Youngen, M. York
B. Workman, M. Friedly, S. Williams. Row 3: T. Wolf
F. Salyers, B. Zimmerman, E. Zotter, C. Wright, l
Wolfe, L. White. Row 4: R. White, L. Yarger, B. Wells
L. Worthen, B. Young, B. Wonderly, P. Wyatt.
time out for falrmont as our boys shoot em high
Even though the Dragons ended on the
wrong slde of the 8 ll record they had a
successful season In thus case the statlstlcs
do not tell the whole story Of the eleven
games whlch were lost fnve were lost by four
p :nts or less So It rs easy to see that wlth
a few breaks along the llne the record could
have been Improved
cagers wm christmas tourney
three stranght defeats but then found the
range to pull even and go Into the Christmas
tourney at Urbana wrth a 3 3 record For the
second stranght year the Dragons came home
wlth the first place trophy In winning both
By wmnlng the first MVL game the
Dragons made It sux ln a row The tnde began
to turn as they dropped seven of the r last
eight games This period was marked by a
number of close last second losses
team keeps true spmt
A lot of credit should come their way even
though they did not flnlsh with a winning
s ason They showed thelr true color In the
late stages of the season by belng the same
fnghtmg hustllng scrappy team they had been
when they were winning even though they
faced one heart breaking defeat after another
AND MANAGERS THIS
YEAR Row'l L Kranz
T Smith K Algler Row 2
C Flatter Coach Wagner
Coach jackson and E Zotter
O I I I
l U I
Coach Wagner's crew started slowly with l l l
and pass 'em low . .
Fairmont 53 Kenton
Fairmont 49 Urbana
Fairmont 56 Chaminade
Fairmont 66 Wilbur Wright
VARSITY CAGERS: Row l: N. Noggle, 1. Cushen, T. Coach Wagner, l. Fleenor, K. DeHaven, 1. Howard, 1.
Peters, B. Zimmerman, 1. Andrews, j. McCarty. Row 2: Landrum. P- Prather, l- Sh"0Yel'-
varsity team runs up the score
Once again, Fairmont gave a good account
in the district tournament at UD Fieldhouse.
After drawing a first round bye, the Dragons
took on Chaminade, the third seeded team in
the tourney, and led all the way to pin their
ears back for the second time this season,
56-52. This entitled the surprising Dragons
to move into the quarterfinals against red-hot
Wilbur Wright. Fairmont was behind the
eight-ball early as the Dragons trailed by l3
points at the first quarter, setting the stage
for the entire game as the Dragons tried to
catch up. ln the fourth quarter, Fairmont
pulled to within 2 points, but then the Wright
Pilots took off and pulled away eventually to
Honorary Captains ........
Most Valuable Player .....
Most Improved Player .....
Best Defensive Player .....
Best Foul Shooter Du
Games t7l 'Zyl .......... lim Andrews
reserve boys shoot for more
Undefeated in the IVIVL for the second
straight year, the reserves came through with
a l2-3 record with Coach jackson leading the
boys to one of their best reserve records. Cage
victories in '57 made a total ot l9 straight
wins in the MVL. This group of boys should
help to make Fairmont reign in basketball in
RESERVE CAGERS: Kneeling: T. Seitz, B. Ireland, R.
Bow, H. Dench, l. Balbach, D. Gray, S. Fisher, R. james.
Standing: j. Lawrence, R. Oxley, B. Puterbaugh, F.
Elliott, B. Haines, B. Young, T. Stauter, B. Lawrence S
Lumby, 1. Bauser.
grab that ball! dribble down the floor!
Ken Del-laven l45l hooks for two points. lim Andrews l24l hits on the end of a fast
break. Phil Prather, Ken Del-laven watch.
Waiting for rebound after shot by Phil Prather Phil Prather l4Ol tries for tip against Fairview.
l4Ol are Andrews and Howard.
SENIORS BID FAREWELL TO BASKETBALL AT FAIR- Howard, K. Del'laven, l. McCarty, l. Andrews, N. Nog-
MONT: Left to right clockwise! from the basket: 1. gle, 1. Landrum, P. Prather.
COACH GIVES INSTRUCTION TO GIRLS' VARSITY Closkey, Miss Mary Ann Turner, P. Osborn, P. Kette-
SQUAD: N. Folkerth, D. Lemieux, P. Knoop, B. Mc- man, L. Nikides, and P. Giffen.
coach turner insfrucfs victorious teams
On the l957 basketball squad were five
senior girls. To play their last inter-scholastic
basketball at Fairmont were: Beverly Mc-
Closkey, who has worked with the team for
three years, Patti Ketteman, Leah Nikides,
Phyllis Osborn, and Sonja C-ay who have been
on the team for two years.
Newcomers to compete with varsity
guards were Helen McDaniel and Linda Vogt.
Returning forwards we
re Pat Knoop and loan
Miller. The combined efforts of these girls
have spelled a successful season for the squad.
RESERVE TEAM LOOKS
AHEAD T0 WINNING
SEASON: Kneeling: S. Hoke,
S. Cay, S. Helm, A. Ward,
L. Milby, S. jeffrey. Stand-
ing: M. Place, l. Miller, A.
Harbottle, L. Vogt, N.
Lewis, P. Ketteman, R. Kra-
mer, H. McDaniel, and Miss
Mary Ann Turner.
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30 Fairview 23
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I 5 Middletown 23
36 Centerville 25
I8 Oakwood 28
Vlctoruous over all but one of their oppo
ON THE BALL ARE Upper left Pat Ketteman guards
opponent lower left Phyllis Osborn lumps for rebound
as Leah Nrkldes drtbbles down the center Upper right
semors keep on the ball
Beverly McCloskey goes In tor lay up while Sonja Gay
gets a perfect shot away
nents the gurls varsity basketball quintet had
a season average of 56 pomts per ball game
Bowlng only once to Middletown by a seven
point loss the varslty guards In eight games
held thelr opponents to only 227 points For
wards loan Muller Bev McCloskey and Pat
Knoop scored lO5 l63 and l7l pounts re
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seventh in usa
ter has ranked consist-
ently among the top
seven NFL chapters in
the United States. The
president of our local
chapter, Robert Shaw-
han, receives from Mr.
Bruno E. jacob, the sec-
retary of the National
Forensic League, a
plaque for seven years
of outstanding work by
Fairmont High School
speech students. Mr.
Somers observes the
nfl awarded for superior achievement, 1940-1956
FAIRMONTS DEBATERS Rowl l Moreland B Avery I Sones S Moshier Row Z: B. Campbell, S. Miller, L.
D Patterson R Williams R Gray T Reel I Trebnik Nees j Armacost D Winget, T, Walther, l. Hawkins.
CICEROS OF FAIRMONT Row I L Todd M Fruedly
A von Isakovucs M Mclnture S Crether C Dulls M
Knox F Lon E Augsburger M Goetcheus S Todd
Row 2 W Lewus R McCatferty M Bayless P Osborn
Frye I Berry B Benson A Barr E Pfoutz
Lowles K Langdon L Nukudes Row 3 A South C
C-astuneau M Chapple R Shawhan P McCleary H
Wrught C Flatter D Folkerth 1 Cushen A Astbury
Not puctured D Busser D Cannes C Getter I lack
son D Mules K Prentuce A Shawhan 1 West
nfl fakes honors for debate and mdrwdual events
Debate teams thus year have done an ex
cellent job of wunnung furst place and sweep
stakes trophues at the meets un whuch they
have partucrpated The members of the A
team are Doug Wunget Louus Nees Duck
Patterson Scott Muller and Tom Walther B
debaters are Bruce Campbell jum l-lawkuns
Roger Wulluams and john Trebnuk Those on
C team are Tom Reel Bull Avery ohn
Sones um Armacost um Moreland Steve
Moshuer and Rosue Gray
Faurmonts debaters showed theur out
standung achuevement by wunnung trophues at
the Newark Muddletown and Faurmont tour
naments At the Natuonal Forensuc League
Tournament the debaters dud theur part un
helpung Faurmont wun the Sweepstakes trophy
One of Faurmont s most outstandung and
growung clubs us our chapter of the Natuonal
Forensuc League under the durectlon of Muss
Leah Funck and Mr Eugene Smuth
Members spend many hours memoruzung
and workung on theur debate cases
Faurmont has one of the outstandung chap
ters un the natuon Among theur many honors
us the Sweepstakes trophy won at the luluenne
Hugh School tournament
We can be very proud of our speech team
as they contunue to brung honors and trophues
Thus years otfucers are Presudent Bob
Shawhan Vuce Presudent Beverly Frye and
Secretary Treasurer Anne Barr
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APPLE-POLISHERS TODAY, TEACHERS TOMORROW
L. Arnold, N. Bennett, M. Berner, P. Bond, B. Bussell
S. Cribley, N, Dyke, R. Englehart, K. Erickson, 1. Gaines,
P. Ciffen, l. C-ilmore, P. Hanaghan, S. Harrold, C. Hel-
big, I. Henry, l. Horton, M. Kelly, P. Kemp, 1. Klein
P. Kncop, S. Lang, D. Lemieux, B. Lowles, 1. Mayer,
P. Prather, B. Rausch, I. Reid, K. Reif, S. Resh, M.
Rodgers, S. Todd, L. Vogt, C. Walther, S. Webb, S.
Williams, and Adviser Warren.
homemakers prepare for fufure
ACTIVE HOMEMAKERS WHO COOK AND SEW I
Ash 1 Bardlett I Batln D Bender L Blake W Bollln
ger S Buehler D Boyatt C Breckler Z Chabinyc E
S Flaharty C Foley G Fox j Cialnes C Cargrave
C Cauldin H Cold n B Hartley I Henry E Hepp
S Hlrnes L Hockett L johnson B Klees S La g
B Letner A Lindsey B Malott S Matheny L Mazak
R Messer D Michael S Muller D Mullins B Murphy
P Raines C Richards M Redfern M Rensch G
S Schwinn D Sexton Shank B Shuey I Stahl
Stone I Story N Swlgert l Traenkle B Zimmerman
Collins, M. Cohaway, K. Cummins, S., Dykes, L. Esltes, Salyers, R. Sams, M. Scholes, C. Schaffer, S. Schneider,
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look al fhe birdie"
FAIRMONTS SHUTTERBUGS: Front: Mr. Graham, C. T Mann D Inge a
ongworth, B. Wetz, B. Worlcman, P. Corwin. Back:
science club explores world of elemenls and force
ATOMS, ELECTRONS, AND IONS ARE THEIR LINE:
Row l: A. von lsakovics, B. Fisher, R. Penny, K. Kelly
R. Ray, Cn. Lane, D. Winget, P. Stump, L. Nikides, C
Balash, B. Benson, S. Winget. Row 2: D. Gessaman, L
Wood, D. Walters, D. Quigley, S. Moshier, K. Etter, A
South, R. Bunn, R. Pregage, L. Rickard, B. Chollar, S
IUNIOR RED CROSS MEMBERS Row I M Place L
Chere W Bollinger S Farren Miss Urlck Adviser A
Marlnn B Martm C- Ambrose I Rennlger Row 2 I
Serdenschmldt M Selva P Murray P Mulvaney C
Hoeflnnger N Becker K Coffman Row 3 I Wenzler
C Ross I Reud B Hayes M Rensch B Klees E Erb
Row4 I Cllmore N Wllllams B Raxnwater L Cannon
K Spangenberg C Thacker I Henry V Snlcox Row 5
F Catalano T Dunberg P Prather I Cushen L Sheets
florence mghhngales of iomorrow
FUTURE NURSES B Baker N Becker M Bollinger
P Clark K Coffman D Decker C- Doll C Edglngton
B Ellnott N Elson S Helm S Hrmes L Hoskans M
Iolly W Kalmback S Key I Kettering M Knox B
Kretschmer D Lewis C McKnught D McNulty B
M Moore D Nees I Overholser P Peoples I Rce
C Rueger V Sllcox M Skernes K Spangenberg S
Stewart S Tolle B Watts D Weaver S Weudel B
Wetz M Rensch I Wrrght M York V Young and
Advisers Miss Powell and Mrs Krebs
DOCTORS' HELPERS ACTIVE IN FHS CHAPTER OF Malott, B. Margetts, B. Martin, D. Michael, B. Miller,
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iunior council views world news
The Iunior Council on World Affairs has
done many interesting and civic things again
this year. Members participated in the High
School Institute on India, the Model General
Assembly, a mock United Nations General
Assembly, and TV show, You and Your World.
A smorgasbord dinner was only one of the
group's social activities of the year.
To the most active members ofthe club, a
five-day trip to Washington D. C. and New
York City was planned and each person came
back with wonderful memories of the trip.
LITTLE UN LISTS ACTIVE MEMBERS F Abrams P
Addison S Ahrens P Albaugh I Anderson S Archer
I Armacost D Arts I Austin B Baker W Baker
C Balash N Becker N Bennett B Benson B Blank
P Bond R Bow B Bussell W Carroll S Clayton M
Cox S Cribley A Correll M Dabrowski D Decker
har L Estes B Elliott M Friedly G Gastineau
Gebhart D Gessaman C Geyer M Giant I Gilmore
M Goetcheus R Gray K Grimes S GrothIan L Haas
M Halderman D Hanaghan S Harblson I Hayes G
Helm S Helm P Heusch C Hild S Himes S Hollis
D Hoppe I. Horn C Hoetlinger B Hussman P Kemp
A Kindred B Klees S Krznarich A Lathrem H Lobo
F Long R Luk A MacFarIand A Marlin R Mc
Catferty P McCleary P McCleary M Mclntire C Mc
Knight D McNulty I Mikesell T Muller D Mills R
M r I Neff K Norris M Place K Prentice D
Quigley B Rausch I Remiger L Rickard I Rufe G
B Shawhan D Showalter A South I Spahr K Sparks
H Stansell R Schwleterman P Tankersley I Taylor L
Tooley I Trebnick I Vorndron S Wander I Ward
C Weaver R Williams B Wonderly B Workman
B Wetz M York N Youngen
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K. DeHaven, G. Doll, N. Dyke, C. Edgington, R. Engle- Rutter, IM. Saettel, D. Sakada, P. Schelling, T. Schleinitz,
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gamma hi-y organized fhe caravan io lroy
GAMMA HI-Y MEMBERS: B. Barrere, D. Cox, j. Cy- Shafor, B. Sink, l. Spahr, T. Stone, D. VanSchaack, B
phers, B. Faler, G. Feverston, C. Fry, B. Galloway, G, West, T. Wolf.
Cerdes, D. Loomis, S. Moshier, 1. Ryne, E. Sewell, T.
delfa sold fairmonf diredories
DELTA HI-Y MEMBERS: B. Adamson, L. Atkinson, D. jolly, L. Miller. R. lvlusson, D. OIT, T. Oastings, M
Bartly, D. Berry, B. Blank, D. Braden, C. Christian, L. Osman, F. Pepper, C. Randolph, B. Reigle, T. Sawyer, T
Coon, D. Folkerth, C. Geyer, B. Haas, C. Hayer, B. Hel- Schwab, R. Schwieterman, 1. Shadoan, C. Shirley, H
ler, G. Helm, M. Hoffman. I. jackson, R. Kreutzer, D. Stansell, L. Wood, D. Walters, 1. Word, G. Wymer.
kappa cheered lhe leam on with viclory cards
KAPPA HI-Y MEMBERS: B. Adams, 1. Bauser, P. Bauser,
M. Berry, D. Biando, B. Campbell, R. Crandall, R. Dick-
son, D. Dieterich, H. Doench, D. Falzerano, R. Ford
Ci. Gastineau, B. Hall, 1. Kuen, B. Lawrence, 1. Lynch
R. Matthews, P. McCleary, D. McFarland, 1. McKay
B. Newkirk, K. Prentice, D. Quigley, L. Rickard, T.
Riffel, K. Severs, G. Stafford, 1. Stover, W. Stroud, C-
Urbschat, D. Wanner, B. Wonderly.
sigma boys sold basketball programs
SIGMA HI-Y MEMBERS: 1. Armacost, T. Blake, 1
Brandt, F. Catalano, M. Chapple, K. DeHaven, K. Etter,
L. Galante, D. Hanaghan, S. Herbert, 1. Howard, W
1acobs, B. Lamb, 1. Lewis, D. Matthews, 1. McCarty
S. Miller, R. Mohr, N. Noggle, P. Price, 1. Ryne, D
Saslow, B. Shawhan, B. Tolle, 1. Vorndran, F. Wenz
F. Wollenhaupt, C. Claypool, T. johnson, A. Keener
F. Meyer, 1. Moore, B. North, R. Salyers, T. Seitz, H
Thacker, K. Reinhard, G. Voehringer, E. Zotter, 1. Bal-
bach, W. Chaftins, D. Chaney, B. Clayton, A. Edwards
1. Fleenor, D. Freeman, 1. Garner, S. Gilbert, D. C-ray
T. Hart, R. 1ames, 1. Kercher, S. LaMotte, S. Langer
1. Lawrence, S. Lumby, C. Maharg, F. McCarty, T
Moore, R. Oxley, S.. Pfarrer, B. Phillips, 1. Rozelle, 1
Salyers, T. Shanklin, 1. Shroyer, 1. Spicka, T. Thoms, M
Tooley, T. Varro, S. Warner, D, Welsh, D. Zappe, 1
fhefa sponsored our homecoming queen
THETA HI-Y MEMBERS: I. Austin, B. Baker, l. Barn- Hofterberth, T. Hoyer, C. jordan, B. McKay, I. McKay
hart, D. Becher, E. Brazelton, L. Bashark, 1. Calfee, B. B. Meddock, R. Morrison, G. Perkins, D. Priser, D
Carper, D. Dellis, F. Evans, C. Flatter, I. Hatcher, l. Sakada, B. Sterling, T. Walther, R. Williams, D. Winger
zefa chi promoied football pins and pennanis
ZETA-CHI HI-Y MEMBERS: P. Albery, R. Bow, L. D. Meeker, T. Miller, 1. Nyberg, 1. Snyder, T. Stauter
Bushman, D. Costello, T. Dunlevy, I. Engle, F. Elliott, B. Stuck, K. Vlahos, B. Young, B. Zipf.
D. Gessman, H. Clover, Ci. Crether, D. Hall, lvl. Konrad,
omega, newly-formed chapfer, is seventh hi-y
OMEGA HI-Y MEMBERS: President Bill lrelan, Vice- Bryant, B. Avery, R. Baker, W. Baker, T. Bernard, B
President Don Porter, Secretary Tony Wuichet, Treasurer Carroll, l. Cribley, l. Hayes, R. Heikes, A. Lemieux
jerry Palmer, Chaplain Tom Reel, Sgt.-at-Arms Tom P. Miller, D. Parker, L. Sheets, and Adviser Mr. Robinson
movies add to classes
PROIECTING MOVIES AT FAIRMONT: Mr. Rayburn, B. Young, D. Maloon, I. Brandt, T. Smith.
K. Etter, B. Batin, 1. Armacost, T. Schwab, B. Garrett,
monitors ask for passes
HALL MONITORS: Row 'l: H. Beasley, C. Hull, D
Arts, M. Lowe, 1. Neff, P. Tankersley. Row Z: P. Bilz
B. Bussell, 1. Rice, P. Bow, C. Fleitz, P. Kemp, C. Brown
P. Albaugh, C. McKnight, S. Wander, S. Cribley. Row 3
S, Clayton, M. Place, M, Halderman, K. Watts, B. Fnye
M. Saettel, S. Ahrens, B. Margetts, B. Swallen, 1. jeffrey
N. Elson. Row 4: B. Sink, F. Pepper, T. Miller, 1. Spahr,
T. Wolf, F. Catalano, L. Shade, L. Richard, P. Sergio
F, Geddes. Row 5: F. Maas, I. McCarty, S. Miller, B
Tolle, W. Jacobs, D. Hanaghan, 1. Shroyer, N. Russell
D, Walters, A. Astbury. Row 6: H. Stansell, 1. Oeswein
I. Bauser, T. Blake, R. Mohr, B. Barrere, B. Bauser, K
DeHaven, I. Zappe, T. Stauter.
PAGES TURN TO HEAD LIBRARIAN TO ASSIST WITH 1. Gaines, L. Cannon, Miss Wilson, C. Feverston, S.
BOOKS: W. Baker, B. Barron, S. Hughes, L. Collins, Archer, D. Rardin, S. Stevens, F, Abrams, K. Prentice.
lrbrary helpers sei the fmes
lt is quite a job to check out books, write the students and Miss Wilson for helping us
notices, file cards, and put books in order. The make the best use of all facilities.
library pages have been efficient. We thank
bookstore workers fake in dimes
The bookstore is open before
school and at lunch time. This
year, four Seniors have taken
over the job of selling the
paper, pencils, and other
supplies that we need. Directed
by Miss Wilson, the Seniors
have been of great assistance
to all students.
PENCIL PUSHERS, PAPER PEDDLERS
AT BOOKSTORE: Shirley Blank, jim
Andrews, Tom W a I th e r, jane
Allied Youth has vigorously been working
on their meeting problem. Due to the size of
the club, they have changed the meeting until
after-school time. This may encourage attend-
ance by people who are really enthusiastic
about the purpose of Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, an active organization that
strives to have fun without the use of alcoholic
beverages, had a skating party in March of this
allied youlh and junior achievers sei goals
Future businessmen are present jr.
Achievement members who learn all phases of
producing and selling products under the
guidance of local businessmen.
Organized during club period at Fairmont
to compare their achievements, members are
led by President George Lane, Vice-President
Beverly Frye, Secretary Fredrica Long, Treas-
urer Gary Alspach, Program Chairman jerry
Exhibited in the library were all products
of jr. Achievement members.
IUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT MEMBERS: lvl. Ashworth, D.
Bell, B. Brower, S. Cannon, N. Christman, T. Davis, S.
DeMint, K. Doebler, I. Emery, R. Engelhart, C. Fint, N.
Folkerth, B. Frye, G. Hendricks, S. Hirsch, B, Hotchkiss,
G. Lane, l. Leckrone, N. Lewis, F. Long, B. Messer, E.
Mittenbuehler, H. Nels, M. Phillips, A. Plsek, R. Poffen-
burger, 1. Potter, R. Rader, S. Schroeder, C. Thacker,
S. Tolle, S. Wagner, S. Walker, C. Weaver, L. Wood-
ruff, L. Worthen, B. Young.
In the photo two local businessmen answer jA's questions.
y-teen clubs ioined for an evening of ice skating
SENIOR Y-TEENS LISTS ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS: S.
Archer, C. Balash, 1. Ballantyne, A. Barr, M. Barrett,
S. Becker, N. Bennett, B. Benson, M. Berner, M. Bol-
linger, P. Bond, M. Bordewisch, P. Bow, C. Braden
P. Brown, P. Buchard, A. Correll, 1. Custer, N. Dyke
C. Edgington, N. Elson, B. Fisher, C. Fleitz, A. Flook,
B. Foster, S. Gay, F. Geddes, C. Gill, S. Grubbs, V. Guth,
M. Haines, M. Halderman, D. Hale, S. Harrold, D. Hon-
Stetter, 1. Houck, N. Houck, P. Huston, M. 1olly, W.
Kalmbach, K. Kelly, R. Kistler, M. Knox, N. Landis,
K. Langdon, P. Lowles, D. Lucas, 1, Manker, 1. Mayer,
C. McKnight, M. Miller, D. Mills, A. Nikides, B.
Rausch, 1. Reid, C. Ritter, 1. Rice, B. Roberts, C.
Saunders, M. Schoen, 1. Seidenschmidt, M. Selva, V.
Silcox, S. Slaven, B, Smith, P. Springer, D. Suter, 1.
Taylor, S. Todd, B. Turner, S. Weidel, C. Weidner, P.
Welch, 1. Wenzler, E. Witzleb, 1. Woodard, S. Young.
christmas spirit moved adoption of needy family
Senior, 1unior, and Sophomore Y-Teens
worked together to have a very successful and
The activities began with a recognition
service for new members in November. This
was a city wide meeting, held in the N. C. R.
Auditorium. Everyone who attended came
from the service refreshed and eager to prove
herself a good Y-Teener.
At Christmas, the club decorated one of
the lovely Christmas trees that were to be seen
in the prominent places around Fairmont. They
also adopted a needy family and the girls
brought food, clothing, and games for the
children of the family. Potato chips were sold
in March, again a profitable project which was
also lots of fun for all.
All Fairmont joins together to say "Con-
gratulations, Y-Teens! You're doing a wonder-
pofafo chip sale really made a hii
SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS: Row 'l: A. Snyder, B. Martin,
B. Storer, E. l-lochwalt, 1. Michaels, C. Youngen, Ci.,
Ambrose, 1. 1ackson, 1. Rigby, C. Alodi. Row 2: S.
Stewart, S. Weimer, M. Snyder, K. Alexander, Ci. Harry,
1. Menchen, S. Vorrhees, B. Barry, L. Hoefling, S.
Stinger, 1. Staton. Row 3: L. Kerr, P. McDonough, 1.
Coatney, S. 1udd, S. Keys, N. Wilder, N. Corwin, 1.
LaRue, 1. Fowler. Row 4: C. Walther, G. Hoyer, S.
Storer, D. Nees, 1. Rogers, P. Frank, M. Kelly, 1. Ketter-
ing, 1. Ernst, M. Schoenburg, L. Cannon.
IUNIOR Y-TEENS: Row 1: 1. Neff, M. Cox, M. Goet-
cheus, L. Todd, 1. Merritt, B. Wetz, C. Greer, D. Wea-
ver, S. Schoen, L. Denny. Row 2: M. Friedly, S. Farren,
L. Horn, P. Schelling, S. Williams, K. Sparks, M. Mc-
lntire, C. Hoeflinger, 1. Mooney, K. Reif, P. Martin,
Miss Anderson. Row 3: P. Hetzel, N. Youngen, 1. Coat-
ney, P. Oldham, A. Kistler, 1. Phillips, S. Harbison, P.
Tankersly, 1. Lowry, P. Fine, 1. Trimble, K. Norris. Row
4: A. Kindred, S. Crether, M. York, C. Cedder, C.
Slaughter, B. Rausa, P. Bennett, S. Braun, 1. Ward, S.
Grothjan, B. Baker, 1. 1effrey, N. Williams. Row 5: B.
Margetts, S. Webb, B, Laughlin, Y. Schubert, 1. Robin-
son, 1. Mikesell, M. Bayless, S. Howard, F. Goodpaster,
K. Watts, 1. Reiniger, C. Ooley.
los dragons espanoles
SABE USTED EL ESPANOL? 1. Austin, L. Bashark, N.
Becker, G. Buchard, M. Buchard, D. Busser, B. Carroll,
C. Clayton, K. Conover, N. Cost, K. Erickson, S. C-lynn,
K. Greer, l. Hale, B. Hall, S. Helm, L. Hoefling, I. Huff-
man, P. Kemp, C. Kepler, j. Krueger, l. Lawrence, S.
Leonard, C. Marshall, I. Moore, M. Nicholas, S. Pfarrer,
M. Phillips, A. Poff, R. Poffenberger, P. Powell, P.
Prather, I. Reininger, M. Rodgers, l. Pozelle, C. Sherman,
D. Snyder, K. Spangenberg, M. Struble, M. Tooley, P.
Tracey, P. Trick, j. Tyler, P. Walker, 1. Wright.
Spanish Club is advised by Miss Davis.
The officers include President john Austin,
Vice-President Connie Sherman, Secretary-
Treasurer Phillis Prather, Social Chairman
Karen Conover, and Program Chairman Peggy
Latin Club officers are Presidents Sue
Winget, Becky Watts, and Mary lane Barr,
Treasurers Bobbe C-ould, Roger Bronson, and
lan Bill. Their adviser is Miss Heitzman.
French Club is advised by Miss Warren.
The officers are President Sharon Webb, Vice-
President Bonnie Dieterich, Secretary Dian
Weaver, Treasurer Tom Battenberg, and Social
Chairman Marcial Friedley.
SCISNE LINGUAM LATINAM? C. Allodi, C. Ambrose, E
Augsburger, l. Balbach, M. Barr, S. Barr, B. Barron
Bill, R. Branson, B. Brower, D. Burgess, B. Carper,
Cave, N. Christman, E. Cook, T. Davis, N. Ebert, I
Fleenor, C. George, B. Could, T. Gragg, C-. Hayes, K
Hein, C. Helbig, C. Henderson, l. Hockwalt, B. Hotchkiss
S. Kay, l. Kunn, S. Langer, P. McDonaugh, l. McKay, l
Meckley, N. Nordenbrock, l. Rigby, L. Rowland, l
Schmidt, I. Skuma, I. Staton, C. Stevens, S. Stoner, l
Stooer, S. Tolle, B. Watts, 1. West, A. Wilder, R
Williams, S. Winget.
le cercle de francais
SANEZ VOUS LE FRANCAIS? F Abrams B Adams I
Akers P Albaugh S Archer D Arts T Battenburg R
Biondo P Brown l Calfee W Chafflns N Clarke N
S DeMint L Estes N Folkerth P Frank M Friedly D
Cannes G Gastineau E Gerhardt l Gilmore D Hana
ghan C Harry C Hendricks I Hmerman C Hoefllnger
M Hoffman L Horn l jeffrey M Keto A Kindred L
King R Kramer L Krang K Krebs S Lang D Leh
man N Lewis B Lowles E Mittenbuehler T Mann
l Mayer L Mrlby P MacCagno H McDaniel l
Saettel S Schroeder M Skeries K Sparks S Stethem
S Youngen D Weaver S Webb R Williams S
Corban, l. Crews, C. Darling, B. Dieterich, D. Dieterich, Phillips, M. Place, l. Porter, K, Reif, I. Russell, M.
newly-organized pep club arouses school spiril
ACTIVE PEP CLUB MEMBERS: P. Addison, D. Arts, S.
Barr, N. Becker, B. Brower, M. Chapple, N. Clarke, S.
Clayton, L. Collins, M. Dabrowski, T. Davis, D. Decker,
C. Doll, N. Folkerth, C-. Helm, I. Gruver, S. Helm, S.
Himes, D. Kastens, A. Lathrem, T. Mann, 1. Moore, B.
Murphy, D. Nees, B. Paul, M. Rensch, I. Rigby, L. Rick-
ard, B. Rueschoff, D. Weaver, W. Baker, B. Carroll, K.
Prentice, l. jeffrey, M. Friedly, P. McCagno, 1. LaRue,
I. Lewis, S. Toile, L. King, E. Cook, S. Grether, F. Abrams,
V. Schoen, M. Grant, D. Lemieux, S. Harold, B. Blank,
D. Becker, H. Lobo, S. Schmidt, E. Mittenbuehler, N.
Benson, C. Dempsy, I. Leiter, D. Sakada, R. McCleary,
P. Bond, M. Saettle.
pep rallies boost game attendance
The newest club at Fairmont is the Pep
Club with its adviser, Mr. Wagner. The mem-
bers meet on Thursday evenings for about ar:
hour. Mr. Wagner describes teams the
"Dragons" are to meet, and the cheerleaders
lead the members in cheers. All signs that are
posted in the halls and cafeteria are done by
these "peppy" students. They also sell thou-
sands of victory cards during the basketball
season. Under the leadership of President
Norma Becker, Vice-President Sandy Clayton,
Secretary Dianne Arts, and Treasurer Nancy
Clarke, this club has really boosted school
gaa sponsors gala social season
Fairmont s largest club IS also one of :ts
most actuve The year was begun with a
trap to Troy to see an :ce show The CAA also
sponsors a sem: formal dance an Ice skating
party at Troy a trlo to Coney lsland a Chrust
mas party a banquet after each unter
scholastlc sport s season has ended monthly
meetings and to close the year a Mother
Daughter Banquet The gurls are presented
wnth the awards they have earned throughout
the year at the banquet
The gurls earn money to back thelr actuvn
tres by selling refreshments at the home toot
ball and basketball games
Lxnda Manchester furnished entertain
ment for the GAA Dance l-lollday ln
Hawan with her authentic hula dancing
The muslc tor l-lollday In Hawan was
furnished by Ron Meyers Orchestra
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REPORTERS HAVE FREE MOMENT: C. Hull, Brown,
C. Gill, A. von lsakovics, S, Grether, D. Folkerth, P.
Dragon Tales, a publication of the
journalism staff, is advised by Mrs. Adman.
Many changes have taken place this year
while janet Ballantyne has been editor-in-
chief. Instead of four ll by l4 inch pages, this
Buchard, B. Benson, l. Trebnik, S. Krznarich, M. Schoen,
and S. Stevens.
years edition had the size cut to 9 by IZ, with
two additional pages.
The staff hopes to have fifteen issues with
a surprise issue by the end of the year.
EDITORS PREPARE COPY: Sue Wander, Nancy Bennett,
Mrs. Adrnan, Anne Barr, janet Ballantyne, and Choyce
BUSINESS AND CIRCULATION MANAGERS RUN OFF
COPIES: Shirley Blank, Dolores Lucas, loAnne Houck,
Barbara Foster, Carol Edgington, and Terry Smith.
ENGRAVING STAFF CROPS PHOTOGRAPH ludy BUSINESS STAFF WITH EDITOR AND ADVISER
Leiter ludy Anderson Pat Heusch Diane McNulty Beverly Murphy Wynema Lewis Bob Shawhan Shirley
Gloria Ritter and Beth Miller Blank Mrs Smith and Scott Muller
If s hme fo meei the press'
The annual staff began work on the 57 ments from businesses
Dragon under the direction ot their new ad The theme As Time C-oes By was
Lewis by ra sing almost S2400 in advertise and seasonal division pages
EDITORIAL STAFF GETS A BREATH OF FRESH AIR C McKnight l Huddleston L johnson N Noggle D
Front I Allen K DeHaven P Osborn G Wymer S Decker P Ketteman S Todd C Bartlett and B
Crubbs andl Hogue Back I Backus M Knox 1 Rice Hussman
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gaa offers varied program
ln the spring, members of the C-AA hold
nominations and elections for the various of-
fices. The new officers are announced and pre-
sented by Miss Turner for the first time at the
Mother-Daughter Banquet in May.
GAA OFFICERS CLIMB STAIRWAY T0 SPORTS: Top
to bottom: Social Chairman P. Kemp, Points Secretary
P. Hanaghan, Social Chairman S. Clayton, Vice-President
S. Blank, Points Secretary N. Bennett, President P.
Osborn. Secretary-Treasurer D. Mills.
managers are the unsung heroes
MANAGERS DIRECT ALL SPORTS: Row I: N. Becker, ing, C. Dempsey. Row 3: S. Clayton, A. Harbottle, C.
D. Arts, N. Folkerth, D. Weaver, M. Friedly, U. Augs- Getter, D. Lemieux, M, Bayless, B. McCloskey, R. Ray,
PUVSGV, S. Hoke. Row 2: R. McCafferty, B. Rueschhoff, S. Grothian, L. Vogt.
B. Watts, M. Halderman, l. jeffrey, S. jeffrey, P. Schell-
"Keep your eye on the
ball," says Mary jane Mclntire
to Marcia Friedly. Table tennis
is only one of the sports spon-
sored by the CAA in the varied
intramural program which
consists of archery, golf, volley-
ball, bowling, softball, badmin-
ton, hockey, basketball, swim-
ming, and tennis.
Team sports, emphasizing
the fun of good teamwork,
continue to rate high at Fair-
mont. Basketball had a full
program with 225 participants.
The volleyball tourney had l8
teams volleying for the cham-
pionship while softball had l24
on the diamonds and field
lndividual sports prepare
girls for recreation after grad-
uation. Bowling this year was
the major attraction with 220
keglers while archery last year
found l38 girls busy with the
bow and arrow. Other sports
and total intramural partici-
pation included badminton,
i275 table tennis, 923 tennis,
6l, and golf, 23.
BEAUTY CONTESTANTS? Could be, but really partici-
pants in GAA volleyball: Row 'lz C. l-lild, 1. Phillips
l. Coatney, N. Youngen, P. Schelling, A. Kindred, M
Cox. Row 2: M. Bayless, C. Getter, T. Schleinitz, M
Walschaert, S. Grothjan, S. Webb, M. Place, L. Haas
CONCERT BAND PERSONNEL: Flutes: M. Bayless, L.
Crain, F. Geddes, P. Osborn, j. Phillips, P. Powell, B.
Rutherford, Y. Schubert, j. Sutton, S. Wingetg Oboes:
L. Hoskins, M. Knox, M. Tooleyg Eb Clarinet: G. Am-
brose, E. Augsburger, j. Ballantyne, S. Burgess, N. Con-
rad, P. Corwin, R. Freeman, D. Hale, S. Herbst, j. Hor-
ton, P. Huston, B. Kretschmer, L. Lee, A. Marlin, B.
Martin, j. Michael, D. Mills, B. Rausch, S. Resh, j
Robinson, S. Schoen, S. Stout, S. Voorhees, S. Youngeng
Alto Clarinetsz B. Barron, B. Roosa, Bass Clarinets: M.
Hoffman, M. Coetcheusg Basoons: L. Denny, A. Wilder,
Alto Saxophones: W. Baker, P. Bussard, N. Corban,
j. Dieterle, L. Frey, C. Crimes, j. Hofferberth, j. jenkins,
S. Kistler, M. Miller, N. Noggle, K. Sowderg Tenor
Saxophones: L. Brown, j. LaRue, R. Seibertg Baritone
Saxophone: L. Wilson, Comets and Trumpets: j, Akers,
concert band opens season af memorial hall before
orcheslra rehearses for "oklahoma"
ORCHESTRA PAUSES DURING REHEARSAL: Row I
R. Penny, P. Hetzei, M. Barr, A. Rockwell, M. Edwards,
L. White, B. Robinson, I. Traenkle. Row 2: L. Chandley,
j. Mooney, j. Palmer, j. jackson, F. Geddes, P. Osborn
L. Hoskins, B. Rausch, D. Mills, L. Denny, R. Ray, K
Spankenberg. Row 3: D. Browning, P. Walters, Mr.
Holesovsky, T. Battenberg, D. C-essaman, A. South, C.
Edgington, S. Howard, j. johnson, S. Young, j. Menchen,
j. Dieterle, B. Malotte.
T. Battenberg, R. Biondo, C-.. Blankenship, R. Bow, R.
Braden, B. Chollar, F. Evans, D. Gessaman, K. Grimes,
M. Gross, G. jordan, D. Sakada, A. South, j. Tafylor, D.
Wannerg French Horns: C. Edgington, S. Hoke, S.
Howard, L. Nees, C. Walther, Baritones: j. Calfee, D.
Dieterich, E. Evans, T. Walther, Trombones: C. Alspach,
T. Bryant, B. Carper, D. Dellis, N. C-ross, j. Hattery,
record crowd of 2100
Under the direction of Mr. Holesovsky,
the Fairmont orchestra has earned an excellent
reputation in the community. Fairmont musi-
cians have had a full year with a greatly en-
larged program. This year their schedule in-
cluded performances at the junior and senior
plays. They will also be remembered for their
inspiring performances at the Kettering Christ-
Last fall, members of the orchestra played
at the regional orchestra concert in Troy.
Members who played were: Diana Mills, Lois
Denny, jerry Palmer, Pat Hetzel, Lynn Chand-
ley, joyce Mooney, Shirley Young, janet jack-
son, Lonie White, Virginia Doll, and jean
Menchen. jean Menchen also received a rat-
ing which entitled her to perform in the all-
Students will long remember the assembly
presented in March. Other performances made
by the orchestra include: a concert before the
elementary principals of southwestern Ohio,
a concert for the community, and a trip to the
orchestra contest in Columbus in March. This
contest resulted in a rating of l.
The orchestra, in cooperation with the
entire music department, made "Oklahoma!"
a huge success.
W. lrelan, j. johnson, D. Priser, j. Wheeler, R. Williams,
Basses: R. Becker, T. Hart, V. jacobs, j. McKay, R. Mc-
Kay, j. McKinney, C. Palmer, B. Sterling, D. Wingetg
Percussion: j. Addison, M. Ashworth, D. Browning, R.
Calhoun, B. Campbell, R. Chaney, C. Etter, j. Hale, R.
Marshall, D. Sakada, T. Smith, D. Spahr, C-. Stafford,
Members of the concert band spent many
of their extra hours preparing for the i957
concert season. The community witnessed the
result of this effort at the first concert given
This was the most successful concert
since the band was organized in l925. Free
tickets were mailed to all Kettering residents
by volunteer band parents. Much to their sur-
prise, it was necessary to move the concert
to the larger Memorial Hall to facilitate the
surprising attendance of 2lOO people.
Directed by Mr. l-laines, the varied pro-
gram included: Tone Poem, 'iUniversal judge-
ment", The Overture "Oberon"g songs from
"My Fair Lady", and a spectacular grand
finale of "Oklahomal"
The audience received the concert with
a thunderous ovation. Many of them remem-
bered the professional quality of the perfor-
mance of "South Pacific," and had already
ordered their tickets for "Oklahomal"
The band concert provided a spirit of
anticipation for the other events in the con-
cert season. This year the band made appear-
ances in Chillicothe and several local concerts.
HIS MAIESTY: Phil Prather.
"whaf's behind the green door?"
What was "Behind the Green Door"?
On December l5, everyone found out it was
a wintry scene with snowmen and women,
Christmas trees, and snowflakes. The Class
ot l957 was presenting its last dance at Fair-
The music was furnished by lim Nor-
dike's band. The highlight of the evening was
the crowning ot three queens: Sue Crubbs,
Pat Ketteman, and judy Leiter. The monarch
of the evening was Phil Prather.
REIGNING QUEENS: Sue Crubbs, Pat Ketteman, and
CANDIDATES FOR KING AND QUEEN Art Astbury Marcia Friedly, Alan South, and Mary lane Mclntire,
Diane Weaxer Tom Seitz Sandra Helm jerry Cushen goers after the presentation of king and queen.
"a foggy night in london town"
Low-flying clouds, misty fog, Bucking-
ham Palace, and kings and queens were seen
on the evening ot january IZ, during "A Foggy
Night ln London Town," presented by the
junior class. The delightful music was provided
by Fred Bolen and his Melody Men. After'
being crowned, Queen Marcia Friedly and
King Art Astbury presided over the evenings
entertainment which was provided by celeb-
rities from Fairmont vacationing in London
at the time.
KING AND QUEEN: Art Astbury and Marcia Friedly.
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SOPHOMORE'S FIRST DANCE IS SUCCESS: B. Dungan, R. james, and j. Overholser were the eight sophomores
S. Barr, j. Fleenor, S. Walker, j. Sh royer, S. Hoke, honored by their class.
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The sophomore class presented "ln the
Still of the Night" on February 23.
The title implied a quiet place and music,
but the dance took place in a crowded restau-
rant with the well-known Royaltones playing
the magic music.
Signs from different, famous restaurants
spotlighted the decorations.
Instead of having a king and queen, the
Sophomores had a new idea: the girl with
whom lid like to eat pizza, Sonya Barr, and
the boy, Bruce Dungan, the girl with whom l'd
like to walk down Fifth Avenue, judy Over-
holser, and the boy, john Fleenorg the girl with
whom l'd like to do my homework, Sue
Vxfalker, and the boy, jim Shroyerg the girl l'd
like as my co-pilot to the moon is Sherry l-loke,
and the boy, Ricky james.
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Little buds are peepin'
where the ground was once so bare.
Baby birds are cheepin',
downy feathers soft and fair.
Easter bunny's hoppin'
over meadow, dale, and hill
Bringin' fun and frolic
now for every jack and jill.
Arm in arm, young couples,
together will reminisce
Of games, dances, parties-
oh what fun, what thrills,
Graduation's 'round the corner,
the future now to view-
Howdy, Mr. Spring,
howdy, howcly clo.
seniors leave foot prints on the sands of time . .
As the Class of l957, the Seniors realized
the time to receive diplomas had arrived.
Thoughts returned to three wonderful years
The sophomore dance, "Snowflake
Twirl," and the class picnic made their first
year at Fairmont l-ligh School an enjoyable one.
As juniors, the Class of '57 held a dance.
"Holiday for Hearts," and successfully pre--
sented their junior class play, "jenny Kissed
Me." As the year was near an end, they hon-
ored the '56 class with a reception in the audi-
torium and the junior-senior Prom at the Bilt-
Their final year at Fairmont under the
guidance of their class officers: President
Louis Nees, Vice-President jim l-lofferberth,
Secretary Patty Bow, Treasurer Dennis Sakada,
and Social Chairman Beverly Frye, was filled
with events. The first of these was Home--
coming, followed by their dance, "What's
Behind the Green Door." These events bring
us to Spring of i957 and the activities pre-
ceding graduation which will be featured in
the Summer Supplement.
ADDISON, PHYLLIS-jr. Achievement 45 ICOWA 45
lr. Red Cross 35 interscholastic hockey 45 Basketball 4,
Managerg GAA 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35
ALLEN, CARY-Transfer from Hillsboro i955-565
Chorus 45 Operetta 45 Stage crew 45
ALLEN, IUDITH--Transfer from S. St. Paul, Minn.
1956-575 Annual 45 Chorus 45 Operetta 45 GAA 45
ANDERSON, IUDITH-Annual 45 ICOWA 45 CAA Z,
35 Future Nurses 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45
ANDREWS, IAMES--Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 2,
3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Bookstore 45
ARCHER, SANDRA-Allied Youth 2, 35 JCOWA 3, 45
GAA 2, 3, 45 French club 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Librarian
ARMACOST, IAMES-Debate 45 Football 2, 35 Track
2, 35 Intramural sports 2, 35 Visual aid 2, 3, 45 Sigma
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant at Armsg
ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM-Transfer from Roosevelt
1955-565 Intramural sports 35
AUSTIN, IOHN-intramural sports 2, 3, 45 ICOWA 45
Spanish club 4, Pres.5 Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres.5
Tennis 2, 35
BACKUS, IUDITH-Band 2, 35 Annual 45 JCOWA 3,
45 Future Teachers 2, 35 Allied Youth 2, 3, 45 GAA
2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor 35 Latin club 25
BAKER, WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, 45 Chorus 45 Operetta
45 Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 45
BALASH, CAROLE-Transfer from Wilbur Wright
i955-565 Photography club 35 ICOWA 3, 45 Y-Teens
45 Science club 3, 45
BALDWIN, THOMAS-Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 jr. Red
Cross 25 Track 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 35 Basketball 3,
45 Hall Monitor 3, 45
BALL, LAWRENCE-Chorus 2, 35 Allied Youth 2, 45
BALLANTYNE, IANET-Band 2, 3, 4, Paper 3, 4,
Editor-in-Chief5 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Torch and Key-
stone 3, 45 ICOWA 3, 45 Latin club 25 GAA 2, 3,
Point Sec., 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 lnter-
scholastic tennis 25
BARR, ANNE-Paper 45 NFL 2, 3, 45 Chorus 35 GAA
2, 35 Torch and Keystone 3, 45 Allied Youth 25 JCOWA
35 Future Nurses 3, Sec.5 Latin club 25 Operetta 35
French club 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Quill
and Scroll 45
BARRETT, MAUREEN-Allied Youth 2, 3, 45 ICOWA
35 lr. Red Cross 2, 35 Rhythmettes Z, 3, 45 Operetta
Z, 3, 45 French club 2, 35 CAA 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45
back to school with a forward view
BARTELS, ROBERT--Transfer from Roosevelt l954-55:
Allied Youth 3, 4, Pres.5 Intramural sports 2, 3, 45
Sigma Hi-Y 25 Football 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Basketball
3, 4, Statistician5
BATIN, ROBERT-Photography club 25 Allied Youth 35
Visual aid 2, 3, 45
BAUSER, PHILIP-Science club 45 Hall Monitor 45
Delta Hi-Y 2, 35 Kappa Hi-Y 45 Track 3, 45
BECKER, SUZANNE-Future Teachers 25 Band 2, 35
GAA 2, 35 Allied Youth 2, 35 ICOWA 35 lr. Red Cross
35 Future Nurses 35 Rhythmettes 35 Latin club 25
Operetta 35 Y-Teens 45 lnterscholastic tennis 25
BENNETT, NANCY-Paper 3, 45 Future Teachers 3, 4,
Treas.5 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Torch and Keystone 3,
45 lr. Red Cross 35 French club 2, 35 GAA 2, 3, 4,
Point Sec.5 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45
BENSON, BARBARA-Band 25 Paper 45 NFL 35 CAA
2, 35 Allied Youth 2, 35 ICOWA 35 lr. Red Cross 35
Future Nurses 3, 45 Hall Monitor 35 Spanish club 25
Y-Teens 45 lnterscholastic tennis 2, 35 Basketball 25
Science club 45
BERNER, MARY ANNA-Future Teachers 3, 45 French
club 2, 35 GAA 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45
BERRY, DAVID-Transfer from Fairview l955-565
Delta Hi-Y 45 Stage Crew 45
BLAKE, THOMAS-Student Council 45 Intramural sports
3, 45 Hall Monitor 45 Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 2,
3, 45 Track 2, 35 Class Play 35 Basketball 25
BLANK, SHIRLEY-Annual 45 Paper 45 Allied Youth
2, 3, 4, Treas.5 ICOWA 3, 45 Future Nurses 35 CAA
2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres.5 Operetta 25 Latin club 25 Rhythm-
ettes 25 Y-Teens 45 lnterscholastic hockey 3, 45 Hall
Monitor 35 Bookstore 45
BOLLINCER, MARILYN-Transfer from W. Alexandria
i954-555 Allied Youth 3, 45 Future Nurses 3, 45 GAA
3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45
BOLLINGER, WANDA--Chorus 2, 3, 45 Future Home-
makers 45 lr. Red Cross 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 GAA 25
BOND, PEGGY-Future Teachers 45 Allied Youth 3,
45 ICOWA 3, 4, Pres.5 Rhythmette Manager 3, 45
Spanish club 25 Operetta 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Hall
Monitor 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 45
BORDEWISCH, MARALEE-Allied Youth 3, 45 Spanish
club 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45
BOW, PATRICIA-JCOWA 35 lr. Red Cross 2, 35 Hall
Monitor 45 Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Sergeant5 Y-Teens 2,
3, Sec., 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Latin club 25 CAA 25
Class Secretary 45 Science club 45
BRADEN, CAROL-GAA 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45
BRANDT, IACK-Intramural sports 2, 3, 4g Visual aid
2, 3, 4, Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track
BRIDDELL, BRIAN-Intramural sports 2, 3, 4, Gamma
BROOKS, LARRY--Intramural sports 4,
BROWN, GERALDINE-Paper 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 45
ICOWA 3, French club 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43
BROWN, PATRICIA-JCOWA 4, French Club 2, 3, 43
C-AA 2, 33 Y-Teens 43
BROWNING, DOUGLAS-Band 2, 3, 4, Intramural
sports 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 45 Spanish
club 23 Theta Hi-Y 2,
BUCHARD, PATRICIA-Paper 45 Allied Youth 2, lr.
Red Cross 33 Spanish club 2, 33 GAA 2, Y-Teens 3, 4,
Sec., Future Teachers 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 4,
BUCK, LINDA-Future Homemakers 2, Allied Youth 33
lr. Achievement 2, 3, 4, lr. Red Cross 23 Latin club
23 GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Rhythmettes 2,
BUEHLER, SHIRLEY-Chorus 3, 4, Future Homem:kers
45 lr. Red Cross 2, GAA 3, Operetta 3, 4, Y-Teens 33
Allied Youth 4g
BUNN, ROBERT-Photography club 2, 3, 4, Science
club 2, 3, 4, Latin club 2,
BURNS, WILLIAM-Transfer from Kiser i955-56:
BUSSELL, BEVERLY-Future Teachers 3, 4, Vice-Pres.,
JCOWA 3, 4, Point Sec., lr. Red Cross 3g Rhythmettes
25 Spanish club 33 C-AA 2, Hall Monitor 4, Y-Teens
2, 3, 4, Treas.,
CAMPBELL, OTTIS-Gamma Hi-Y 3, Intramural sports
2, 3, 4:
CATALANO, FRANK-Allied Youth 4, Hall Monitor
4, lr. Red Cross 4, Sec., Intramural sports 4, Bookstore
4, Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Baseball 45
CHAPPLE, MURRAY-Transfer from Fairview i956-575
NFL 4g ICOWA 4, lr. Red Cross 4, Cross Country 4,
intramural sports 4, Class Play 4, Science club 4,
CHOLLAR, BRIAN-Band 2, 3, 4, Science club 43
French club 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, Treas., 4, Sec., Hall Monitor
COLLIER, WADE-Intramural sports 2, 35 Football 2,
3, Track 2,
COLLINS, LORETTA-Allied Youth 3, 4, ICOWA 3, 4,
lr. Red Cross 23 GAA 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 43 Y-Teens
25 Library 3, 43 Operetta 25 Spanish club 2, Orchestra
2, Hall Monitor 4,
as we met friends, both old and new.
senior industry day was a change in scene,
CORRELL, ANN-Chorus 4, lr. Achievement 2, 3, 4,
Operetta 4, French club 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Interscholas-
tic hockey 2,
COST, NOEL-Photography club 2, Intramural sports
2, 3, 4, Spanish club 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4,
Cross Country 3,
COX, DOUGLAS-Chorus 2, 3, 4, lntramural sports 2,
3, 4, Photography club 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Gamma
Hi-Y 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4,
CUSTER, SANDRA-Transfer from St. Marys, Ohio
l956-57, Y-Teens 4,
DABROWSKI, MARY-Allied Youth 4, CAA 2, 3, lr.
Achievement 4, JCOWA 4, Y-Teens 2, 3,
DECKER, DE ANN-Annual 4, Allied Youth 3, CAA
2, 3, 4, ICOWA 4, lr. Red Cross 2, 3, Latin club 2,
3, Y-Teens 2, Future Nurses 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
DeHAVEN, KENNETH-Annual 4, Torch and Keystone
3, 4, Vice-Pres., ICOWA 4, Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec.,
Football 2, 3, 4, Captain, Track 2, 3, 4, Class Officer
2, Vice-Pres., 3, Vice-Pres., Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hall
Monitor 2, 3, 4,
DENNIS, IUDY-Transfer from Stivers l954-55, Chorus
3, 4, Vice-Pres., Future Nurses 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4,
Y-Teens 3, 4,
DIETERLE, IOYCE-Band 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3,
lr. Achievement 3, 4, Operetta 4, Latin club 2, GAA
2, Orchestra 4,
DILLS, CHARLENE-Band 2, NFL 2, 3, 4, CAA 2, 3,
4, Photography club 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, lr. Achieve-
ment 2, 3, ICOWA 3, 4, jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, French
club 2, lnterscholastic basketball 2, Tennis 4,
DONOVAN, DENNIS-Track 2, Intramural sports 2,
DURHAM, SYLVIA--Chorus 2, 4, Allied Youth 2, CAA
Z, Operetta 2, 4, Y-Teens 3,
DYKE, NANCY-Future Teachers 4, Chorus 4, Allied
Youth 4, ICOWA 4, Future Nurses 3, Hall Monitor 3,
Operetta 4, GAA 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
EDGINCTON, CAROL-Band 2, 3, 4, Paper 4, ICOWA
4, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Latin club
2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
lnterscholastic basketball 2, Softball 2, 3, 4,
ELSON, NELLIE-Allied Youth 2, GAA 2, 4, lr. Red
Cross 3, Future Nurses 4, Rhythmettes 3, 4, Hall Moni-
tor 4, Operetta 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4,
ELLIOTT, BARBARA-Chorus 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4,
lCOWA 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4,
GAA 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Spanish club 2,
EM ERY, lANET-
ERB, EDNA-Ir, Red Cross 3, 45 GAA 25
ESTES, LOU ANN-Torch and Keystone 3, 45 Future
Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Pres.5 ICOWA 3, 4, Treas.5 French
club 2, 3, 45 CAA 3, 45
ETTER, KENNETH-Intramural sports 2, 3, 45 Science
club 45 Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Track
2, 35 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Visual aid 2, 3, 45 Softball
2. 3, 4:
EVANS, EUGENE--Band 2, 3, 45
EWING, LOIS-Allied Youth 3, 45 CAA 2, 35 Library 35
FALER, WILLIAM-Band 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45
FALZERANO, DAVID-Transfer from Stivers l954-555
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Intramural sports 35 Cross Country 35
FAULKNER, IO ANN-Allied Youth 35 Y-Teens 25
FEVERSTON, GARY-Chorus 2, 3, 45 Intramural sports
2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec.5 Track
2, 35 Library 2, 3, 45
FISHER, BARBARA-Spanish club 2, 35 GAA 2, 3, 45
Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Science club 45
FISHER, STELLA-Future Homemakers 25 Future Nurses
FLAHARTY, SHARON-Chorus 2, 45 Future Home-
makers 2, 45 Y-Teens 35 Operetta 45
FLATTER, CHARLES-NFL 3, 45 Torch and Keystone
3, 45 ICOWA 35 Latin club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Class
Play 45 Basketball Manager 3, 45 Science club 3, 45
FLEITZ, CHOYCE-Band 25 Paper 45 CAA 2, 3, 45
ICOWA 35 Hall Monitor 3, 45 French club 2, 35 Y-
Teens 2, 3, 45
FLETCHER, RAYMOND--Intramural sports 45
FLOOK, ANGELA-Y-Teens 45
FLYNN, IAMES-Transfer from Chaminade I955-565
Intramural sports 35
FOLKERTH, DAVID-Paper 45 NFL 35 ICOWA 3, 45
Intramural sports 2, 45 Latin club 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45
Track 3, 45 Cross Country 3, 45 Class Play 45 Hall
we visited factories in their daily routine
homecoming was a gala event,
FORD, RONALD-Band 2, 3, Intramural sports 2, 4,
Gamma Hi-Y Z, Kappa Hi-Y 3, 4, Track 3, 4,
FOSTER, BARBARA-Paper 4, Future Teachers 4,
Future Nurses 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4,
FOTHERGILL, IOSEPH--Photography club 2, Allied
Youth 3, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4, Visual aid 2, 3,
4, Science club 3, 4,
FREY, DONALD-Theta Hi-Y 2, Sigma Hi-Y 3, 4,
Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4,
FRICK, IAMES-Intramural sports 2, 3, 4,
FRY, CLIFFORD-Intramural sports 4, Gamma Hi-Y
4, Stage crew 2, 3, 4,
FRYE, BEVERLY-NFL 3, 4, Vice-Pres., Allied Youth
3, 4, Ir. Achievement 4, French club 2, 3, CAA 2, 3,
4, Y-Teens 2, Class Play 4, Class Officer 4, Social
Chairman, Hall Monitor 4,
FURREY, THOMAS-Intramural sports 2, 3, Track 2,
GAINES, IUDITHQFuture Teachers 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2,
3, 4, Future Homemakers 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, French
club 2, CAA 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Library 4,
GALANTE, LEONARD-ICOWA 3, Hall Monitor 3, ln-
tramural sports 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Sigma Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Captain,
CALLOWAY, RCBERT-Photography club 2, 3, Hi-Y
4, Track 4, .
GARRETT, ROBERT-Allied Youth 4, Intramural sports
2, 3, 4, Visual aid 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3,
Golf 4, Hi-Y 2,
GARVIC, MARIORIE-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 4,
Operetta 2, 3, 4, CAA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4,
GAY, SONIA-C-AA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4,
GEDDES, FRANCES-Band 2, 3, 4, French club 2, 3,
GAA 2, Hall Monitor 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
GILL, CHRISTINE-Paper 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4,
ICOWA 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Y-Teens
2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
CRIMES, DARLENE-Band 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers
2, Allied Youth 3, 4, ICOWA 4, CAA 2, 31
GROSS, THOMAS-Chorus 4, Allied Youth 2, jr. Red
Cross 2, Intramural sports 2, Hall Monitor 3, Operetta
4, Kappa Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
GRUBBS, SUE-Annual 45 Torch and Keystone 3, 45
Student Council 35 Rhythmettes 2, 3, 45 French club
25 Operetta 2, 3, 45 GAA 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Quill
and Scroll 45
GUDGER, IAMES-Intramural sports 35 Track 35
GUTH, VIRGINIA-Future Nurses 3, 45 Y-Teens 45
HAAS, WILLIAM-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45
HAINES, MARY-Allied Youth 35 CAA 45 Y-Teens 45
HALDERMAN, MARGARET-ICOWA 3, 45 Latin club
25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Class Play 45 Class
Officer 3, Sec.5 Hall Monitor 3, 45
HALE, DIXIE-Band 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses 3, 4, Treas.5
Latin club 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens Z, 3, 45
HAMM, PHYLLIS-Y-Teens 2 5
HAMMER, WILLIAM-Intramural sports 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y
2, 3, 45 Track 35 Cross Country 3, 45
HANAGHAN, DENNIS-NFL 35 ICOWA 3, 45 Intra-
mural sports 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor 3, 45 French club 35
Track 2, Manager5 Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 45
HARNEY, RAY-Transfer from Stivers 1955-565 Hall
Monitor 35 Intramural sports 3, 45 Operetta 35 Stage'
HARROLD, SUE-Future Teachers 45 CAA 2, 35 Chorus
3, 45 Future Nurses 35 Operetta 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45
Class Play 3, 45
HARSHMAN, DONALD-Allied Youth 35
HARTZELL, GARY-Allied Youth 45 Theta Hi-Y 2.5
Intramural sports 25
HAWKINS, IAMES-NFL 45 jr. Achievement 35 Science
HAYES, BONNIE-Transfer from Wilbur Wright 1954-
555 Allied Youth 2, 3, 45 lr. Red Cross 45 GAA 2, 35
HENRY, IEAN-Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 Future Home--
makers 45 jr. Achievement 2, Sec.5 jr. Red Cross 451
Library 45 CAA 2, 45 Y-Teens 35
HERBERT, SYDNEY--Intramural sports 2, 3, 45 Visual
aid 45 Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 45
a delightful evening, wonderfully spent
all who saw our play relate,
HEUSCH, PATRICIA-Annual 43 CAA 2, 3, 43 Allied
Youth 3, 43 lCOWA 3, 43 lr. Red Cross 2, 33 Hall
Monitor 33 Rhythmettes 23 Operetta 23 Latin club 23
Y-Teens 23 lnterscholastic baseball 2, 3, 43 Quill and
HIMES, SUSAN-Future Teachers 33 Future Home-
makers Z, 3, 4, Vice-Pres.3 ICOWA 43 Future Nurses
43 Spanish club 2, 33 C-AA 3, 43
HODGE, RONALD-Latin club 23
HOFFERBERTH, IAMES-Band 2, 3, 43 Torch and Key-V
stone 3, 43 Intramural sports 2, 33 Visual aid 33
Spanish club 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, Pres., 43 Cross Country 33
Class Play 43 Class Officer 4, Vice-Pres.3
HOGUE, EARL-Transfer from Columbus, Ohio
HOGUE, IUDITH-Annual 43 Chorus 43 CAA 23 lr.
Achievement 33 Future Nurses 43 Operetta 43 Y-
HONSTETTER, DORIS-Transfer from Germany l9'56-
57: Y-Teens 43
HOPPE, RICHARD-JCOWA 43 Intramural sports 2, 3,
43 Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43
Hall Monitor 3, 43
HORTON, IANICE-Band 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers 3,
43 Latin club 23 GAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Allied
HOUCK, IO ANNE-Paper 43 Allied Youth 23 ICOWA
2, 33 French club 2, 33 GAA 2, 33 Y-Teens 3, 43
HOUCK, NORMA-Allied Youth 3, 43 GAA 23 Y-Teens
HOUSE, MARY KAY-Allied Youth 2, 3, 43 CAA 2,
3, 43 Spanish club 23
HOWARD, GERALD-jr. Red Cross 23 French club 2,
3, 43 Theta Hi-Y 23 Sigma Hi-Y 3, 43 Football 3, 43
Baseball 2, 3, 43 Intramural sports 2, 3, 43 Basketball
2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 33
HOYER, THOMAS-Intramural sports 33 Theta Hi-Y
3, 4g Track 2, 33
HUDDLESTON, IANET-Annual 43 Allied Youth 3, 43
lr. Red Cross 2, 33 Future Nurses 3, 43 Spanish club
23 CAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 23
HULL, CARROL-Paper 3, 43 Allied Youth 33 GAA 2,
33 Rhythmettes Manager 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Hall Moni-
HUSSMAN, BARTHENA-Annual 43 Chorus 43 Allied
Youth 2, 3, 43 lCOWA 3, 43 Operetta 43 French club
2, 33 GAA 2, 3, 43 Interscholastic hockey 2, 3, 43
Cheerleaders 2, 3, 43
HUSTON, PHYLLIS-Band 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth 23
CAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Hall Monitor 33
IACKSON, IANET-Allied Youth 3, ICOWA 3, 43 lr.
Red Cross 2, 3, Vice-Pres., Future Nurses 3, 4, Vice--
Pres.g GAA 2, 3, 45 Latin club 23 Operetta 2, 3, 43
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 23 lnterscholastic hockey 2,
3, 4, Class Play 33
IACOBS, WALTER-French club 29 Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3.
4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3,
Hall Monitor 2, 3, 43 lntramurals 43 Annual 4,
IENKINS, DEON-Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross
2, 3, GAA 2, 33
JOHNSON, IAMES-Band 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, Theta
Hi-Y 2, Orchestra 2, 3,
IOHNSON, LINDA-Annual 43 Chorus 23 Future Home-
makers 3, 4, Sec., lr. Red Cross 2, 33 Future Nurses
3, 43 Operetta 23 Y-Teens 23 Library 33
IOHNSON, WILLIAM-Chorus 2, 3, Science club 2,
IOLLY, MARIORIE--Allied Youth 25 Future Nurses,
3, 4, Latin club 25 GAA 3, Y-Teens 3, 4,
IONES, BETTY-Transfer from Kentucky i956-573
Chorus 45 CAA 4,
IONES, DELBERT-Intramural sports 2, 3, 43 Spanish
club 2, Theta Hi-Y 23
BRUCE, IOSEPH-Transfer from Stivers i955-56, Base-
ball 4, Track 4, Intramural sports 3, 45
IONES, ROGER-Transfer from Indiana i954-55:
IORDAN, CARY-Band 2, 3, 43 Science club 4, Theta
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Operetta 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43
KALMBACH, WINIFRED-Allied Youth 2, 3, 4:
Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 4, GAA 2, 3:
Operetta 2, 3, 4,
KELLY, KATHRYN--Future Teachers 2, 35 GAA 2, 3'
Spanish club 2, Allied Youth 2, Future Nurses 3, Y-
Teens 3, 4, French club 3: Science club 4,
KETTFlMAN, PATRICIA-Annual 45 Allied Youth 3, 4,
Student Council 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 43
Operetta 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Trees., interscholastic
basketball 3, 4g
KISTLER, ROSALIE-Transfer from Kiser i955-563
Future Homemakers 3, lr. Achievement 33 Y-Teens 4,
KLEIMEIER, IOSEPH-Baseball 25
"my man godtrey" was really great!
our senior portraits were strikingly clear
KRETSCHMER, BARBARA-Band 2, 3, 45 Chorus 45
Allied Youth 25 Future Nurses 3, 45 CAA 2, 35 Y-Teens
35 Operetta 45
KNOX, MARIDALE-Transfer from Akron, Ohio 1954-
555 Band 2, 3, 45 Annual 45 GAA 2, 35 NFL 35 Allied
Youth 3, 45 lCOWA 35 lr. Red Cross 25 Future Nurses
3, 45 Sec.5 Rhythmettes 3, 45 Spanish club 25 Y-Teens
2, 45 Quill and Scroll 45
KRZNARICH, SUE-Paper 3, 45 ICOWA 45 GAA 2, 3,
45 Y-Teens 25
LAMB, ROBERT-Intramural sports 25 Visual aid 3, 45
Sigma Hi-Y 3, 45 Science club 3, 45
LAMBERT, ANDIS-Intramural sports 35 Sigma Hi-Y
LANDIS, NADINA--Allied Youth 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 35
French club 2, 35 Y-Teens 45
LANDRUM, IOSEPH-Transfer from Clinton Co., Ken-
tucky l956-575 Intramural sports 45 Basketball 45
LANE, GEORGE-jr. Achievement 3, 45 Pres.5 Science
club 3, 4, Vice-Pres.5 Tennis 3, 45
LANGDON, KAY-NFL 3, 45 Allied Youth 35 French
club 25 Y-Teens 45 Class Play 3, 45
LEITER, jUDlTH-Annual 45 Allied Youth 2, 3, 45
JCOWA 3, 45 Rhythmettes 25 Spanish club 2, 3, Sec.
Treas.5 GAA 2, 3, 45 Cheerleaders 3, 4, Captain5
LEWIS, IAMES-Intramural sports 2, 3, 45 Sigma Hi-Y
2, 3, 45 Football 25 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 35
LEWIS, WYNEMA-Annual 4, Editor-in-chief5 NFL 3,
45 Torch an-d Keystone 3, 45 CAA 2, 35 Latin club 25
Rhythmettes 3, 45 Class Play 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, Pres.,
45 Class Officer 3, Social Chairman5 Quill and Scroll 45
Operetta 3, 45
LOBO, HAROLD-Allied Youth 25 ICOWA 45 Intra-
mural sports 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45
LOWLES, PATRICIA-NFL 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Sec.5
Torch and Keystone 3, 45 Operetta Z, 3, 45 French
club 25 Y-Teens 3, 45
LUCAS, DOLORES-Paper 45 Future Nurses 3, 45 Hall
Monitor 45 CAA 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Allied
LUNSFORD, THELMA-Future Teachers 45 GAA 25
Y-Teens 45 Operetta 45 Allied Youth 2, 35
MacFARLAND, ALAN-jCOWA 45 Intramural sports
2, 3, 45 Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Track 25
MAGGS SUZANNE Transfer to Florrda
MALONEY THOMAS Chorus 2 Allred Youth 2 lr
Red Cross 3 Intramural sports 2
MALOON DONALD Football 2 3 4 Track 2
MANKER MARY Future Teachers 4 A
Youth 2 3 4 French club 2 CAA 2 3 4 Y Teens 4
MATHEWS ROGER Transfer from Bellevrlle Town
shrp Hrgh l9S6 57
MATTHEWS DICKSON Intramural rts 2 3
French club 2 Srgma Hr Y 2 3 4 Track 3 Cross
MAYER IUDITH Future Teachers 3 4 Allred Youth
2 3 4 French club 3 4 CAA 2 3 4 Y Teens 4
McCARTY IAMES-Chorus 4 Hall Monrtor 4 French
club 3 Operetta 4 Srgma Hr Y 2 3 4 Cross Country
3 Intramural sports 3 Basketball 2 3 4
McCLOSKEY BEVERLY Allred Youth 3 4 ICOWA
3 lr Red Cross 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 Span sh club 2
Y Teens 2 lnterscholastrc hockey 2 3 4 Softball 2
Basketball 2 3 4 Tennrs 3 4
McFARLAND DONALD Hr Y 4
McKAY ROBERT Band 2 3 4 Theta Hr Y 3
MCKINNEY IIMMIE Band 2 3 4 Intramural sports
4 Th a Hr Y
McKNIGHT CAROLE Annual 4 Allred Youth
4 ICOWA 3 4 lr Red Cross 2 Future Nurses
Rhythmettes 2 3 4 Frrst Lreutenant Operetta
4 Latrn club 2 Sec GAA 2 3 Y Teens 4 Ha
McNULTY DIANE Annual 4 ICOWA 4 Future
Nurses3 4 Pres GAA3 4 Y Teens2 3 4 Clrnrc 4
MEYER PATRICIA Transfer from Krser l954 55
Chorus 2 4 Y Teens 3 Operetta 2 4
MICHAEL DEBORAH Future Hornemakers 4 CAA
2 jr Achrevement 3 Future Nurses 4 Y Teens 2
MILLER ELIZABETH Annual 4 GAA 2 3 Allred
Youth 2 3 4 Future Nurses 3 4 Program Charrman
Rhythmettes 2 3 4 Operetta 2 3 4 Hall Monrtor
3 Student Councrl 2
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MILLER, IAMES-Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Annual 4,
lntramural sports 4, Student Council 2, 4, Pres., Sigma
Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-Pres., 4, Football Z, 3, 4, Basketball
2, 3, Track 2, 3, Class Officer 3, Pres., Hall Monitor
2, 3, 4, NFL 4,
MILLER, MARGIE-Band 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 2,
Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Hall Monitor 3,
MILLS, DIANA-Band 2, 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3,
4, ICOWA 3, 4, Science club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Sec.
Treas., Y-Teens 2, Sec., 3, Vice-Pres., 4,
MOHR, ROGER-Chorus 4, lr. Achievement 3, 4,
ICOWA 3, 4, jr. Red Cross 2, Intramural sports 2, 3,
4, Hall Monitor 4, Operetta 4, Latin club 2, Cross
Country 3, Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Science club
MONNIN, IO ANN-Transfer from lulienne 1955-56,
Future Teachers 3, Operetta 3, GAA 4,
MOORE, MARCIA-NFL 3, 4, Allied Youth 3, 4, GAA
2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Hall Monitor 3, Future Nurses 3, 4:
MUELLER, DONNA-Allied Youth 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4,
MURPHY, BEVERLY-Annual 4, Chorus 4, Future
Homemakers 2, 4, Allied Youth 3, lr. Red Cross 3,
Spanish club 2, GAA 2, 3,
NEES, LOUIS--Band 2, 3, 4, NFL 3, 4, Torch and Key-
stone 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3,
Sec., 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Tennis 2, Class
Play 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Pres., Basketball 2, Intra-
mural sports 3, 4,
NICOLAS, MARLENE-Transfer from Cleveland, Ohio
1955-56, Y-Teens 3, Spanish club 4,
NIKIDES, AGLAIA-Transfer from Fairview 1955-56,
NFL 4, lr. Red Cross 3, CAA 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Treas.,
lnterscholastic basketball 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Hockey 4,
Science club 4,
NOGGLE, NELSON--Transfer from jefferson Twp.
1955-56, Band 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Pres.,
Sigma Hi-Y 3, 4, Annual 4, Football 3, 4, Baseball 3,
4, Basketball 3, 4,
NURRENBROCK, GERALD-Allied Youth 2, 3, Stage
crew 2, 3, 4,
OESWEIN, IERRY--Band 2, Chorus 4, Operetta 4,
Hi-Y 2, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4,
OMER, RONALD-Intramural sports 2, 3, 4,
OSBORN, PHYLLIS--Band 2, 3, 4, Annual 4, Torch
and Keystone 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Sec., ICOWA
3, Operetta 3, 4, Spanish club 2, Pres., C-AA 2, 3, 4,
Pres., Class Play 3, Orchestra 3, 4, lnterscholastic
hockey 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, NFL 3, 4,
OTTEN, IAMES-Transfer from Lexington, Kentucky
1954-55, Photography club 2,
PATTERSON, RICHARD-NFL 3, 4, lr. Red Cross 2,
French club 2, Kappa Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres.,
PAUL, BEVERLY-Allied Youth 3, 43 ICOWA 43 GAA
3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Library 23 Spanish club 23
PENNY, RUTH-Torch and Keystone 3, 43 Allied Youth
23 Science club 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pres.3 Operetta
2, 3, 43 Latin club 23 Y-Teens 33
PEPPER, FRANKQHI-Y 3, 43 Track 23 Hall Monitor 43
PFOUTZ, ELAINE-NFL 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth 2, 33 Ir.
Red Cross 43 Rhythmettes 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43
Class Play 33
PHILLIPS, GARY-Transfer from Wilbur Wright I956-
PRATHER, PHILIP-Transfer from Waverly, Ohio I955-
563 Allied Youth 33 Ir. Red Cross 43 Sigma Hi-Y 43
Football 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43
PRICE, PHILLIP-Transfer from South Bend, Indiana
I955-563 Sigma Hi-Y 3, 43
QUIGLEY, RICHARD-ICOWA 43 Science club 3, 4,
Treas.3 Intramural sports 43 Latin club 2, 33 Kappa Hi-Y
2, 3, 43
RAINES, PAULINE-Operetta 43 Chorus 2, 43 Future
Homemakers 2, 43 Y-Teens 33
RAUSCH, BARBARA-Band 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers
43 ICOWA 43 CAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43
RAY, ROBERTA-Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Treas.3 GAA
2, 3, 43 Photography club 33 Orchestra Z, 3, 4, Vice-
Pres.3 Science club 43
REID, IOAN-Future Teachers 3, 4, Pres.3 Torch and
Keystone 3, 43 ICOWA 33 lr. Red Cross 2, 3, Treas.,
43 Latin club 23 GAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43
RICE, IUDITH-Annual 43 Allied Youth 43 jr. Red
Cross 23 Future Nurses 3, Vice-Pres., 43 Hall Monitor
43 Rhythmettes 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 33
Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Class Play 33
RICHLEY, CAROL-GAA 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 43
RIEGLE, WILLIAM-Transfer from Sycamore I956-573
Photography club 43 Hi-Y 43
RING, WILLIAM-Intramural sports 3, 43 Hall Moni-
RITTER, GLORIA-Transfer from Fairview I954-553
Rhythmettes 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 GAA 2, 33 Y-Teens
2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres,3 Annual 43 Future Nurses 33 Quill
and Scroll 43 t
ROBERTS, BONNIE-Transfer from Stivers I954-553
Chorus 23 Allied Youth 33 ICOWA 43 Operetta 23 Y-
Teens 2, 43
but to the old we're still "loyal and true
our last semester seemed like a dream
ROLLASON KAY Allred Youth 2 3 4 lr Red Cross
2 CAA 2 3 4
ROMER DELORES Allred Youth Z 3 Rhythmettes
2 3 4 Cadet Captatn Operetta 2 3 4 French club
ROSS CHARLOTTE Allred Youth 3 lr Red Cross 4
Future Nurses4 Rhymettes2 3 4 GAA2 3 Operetta
3 4 Y Tee s
RUITER GORDON Ir Achnevement 4 ICOWA 4 In
tramural sports 2 4 Hu Y 2 3
RUSSELL NELSON Intramural sports 2 4 Hall Mon:
t 4 Baseball 2 3 4
RYNE IAMES Intramural sports 2 3 4 Sigma Hu Y
2 3 Treas 4 Hall Monrtor 3
RYNE IOHN Operetta 3 4 Gamma Hu Y 2 3 4
Pres Stage crew 3 4 Science club 4 Visual and 3
SAHLER IOSEPH Intramural sports 2 3 4 Gamma
Hu Y 2 3 4 Football 2 Track 2 4
SAKADA DENNIS-Band 2 3 4 ICOWA 3 4 Vrce
Pres Intramural sports 4 Hall Monitor 4 Theta HI Y
Officer 4 Treas
SANDERS GAIL Photography club 2 ICOWA 3 CAA
2 3 4 Y Teens 3 4
SASLOW DOUGLAS Intramural sports 2 3 HIY
3 4 Football
SCHAEFF IOANN Allred Yuth 2 3 GAA 2 Y
SCHALNAT ROGER Stgma HI Y 2 3 4
SCHOEN MARGARET Paper 4 Allied Youth 4 CAA
2 3 4 Future Nurses 3 4 Y Teens 2 3 4 Quull and
SCHWAB HARRY Intramural sports 3 4 Delta Hu Y
SCHWELLER MARILYN Allred Youth 3 Latin club
2 CAA 2 Y Teens 2
SCHWIETERMAN ROMAN ICOWA 4 Intramural
sports 3 4 Delta Hr Y 2 3 Treas 4 es
SEIDENSCHMIDT IUDITH Transfer from Wllbur
Wrnght 1954 55 Ir Red Cross 4 Y Teens 4
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SELVA, MARILYN-ICOWA 33 lr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4,
Pres.3 Spanish club 23 GAA 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43
SERCIO, PAUL-Transfer from Roosevelt l955-56,
Track 43 Intramural sports 43 Allied Youth 43
SEVERS, KENT-Intramural sports 2, 3, 43 Kappa Hi-Y
2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 43
SEXTON, DOLORES'-Chorus 23 Future Homemakers 2,
43 Y-Teens 33
SHAFOR, THOMAS--Intramural sports 43 Gamma Hi-Y
2, 3, 43
SHAWHAN, ROBERT-Annual 43 NFL 2, 3, 4, PI'9S.:
ICOWA 43 Intramural sports 3, 43 Hall Monitor 33 Sigma
HI-Y 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 33 Track 2, 33 Basketball 23
Class Play 3, 43
SHROYER, STEPHEN-Photography club 23 Intramural
sports 2, 3, 43
SIFORD, EDWARD-Band 2, 33 Cafeteria work 2, 3, 43
SILCOX, VELMA-lr. Achievement 3, 43 lr. Red Cross
43 Future Nurses 3, 43 GAA 2, 33 Y-Teens 23
SIMONTON, SHIRLEY-Allied Youth 3, 43 Rhythrnettes
2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 23
SIMPSON, NORMAN-Intramural sports 3, 43 Science
club 43 Stage crew 3, 43 Gamma Hi-Y 43
SIMPSON, LARRY-Transfer from Wilbur Wright I955-
563 jr. Achievement 3, 43
SINK, WILLIAM-Hall Monitor 3, 43 Gamma Hi-Y 2,
3, 4, Treas.3 Track 33 Intramural sports 2, 3, 43
SLAVEN, SHARLEEN-Allied Youth 2, 3, 43 Ir. Red
Cross 23 GAA 23 Y-Teens 43
SMITH, BARBARA IEAN-Transfer from Fairview I954-
553 Future Teachers 3, 43 Chorus 43 Operetta 43 Y-
Teens 2, 43
SMITH, TERRY ALAN-Transfer from Wilbur Wright
l955-563 Paper 43 NFL 43 Operetta 3, 43 Class Play
43 Stage crew 3, 43 Visual aid 3, 43
SNYDER, THOMAS-Intramural sports 23 Spanish club
23 Gamma Hi-Y 2, 33 Football 23
still we had to write our senior theme.
the '57 prom was the crowning glory
SOENKSEN, LYNN--Intramural sports 3, 43 Kappa
Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
SPAHR, ION-ICOWA 43 Intramural sports Z, 3, 43
Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, Sec., 4, Vice-Pres.3 Tennis 23 Golf
3, 43 Class Play 43 Class Officer 3, Treas.3 Hall Monit-
SPRINGER, PATRICIA-Allied Youth 3, 43 Spanish
club 23 CAA 2, 33 Y-Teens 23
STANSELL, HOWARD-ICOWA 43 Hall Monitor 43
Cross Country 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 43,
Intramural sports 43 Delta Hi-Y 2, Sec., 3, Vice-Pres., 43
STERLING, ROBERT-Transfer from Anderson, Indiana
l9S6-S73 Band 43 Science club 43 Hi-Y 43
STEVENS, SANDRA-Paper 43 Allied Youth 33 Y-
STEVENS, THOMAS-Photography club 2, 33 Intramural
sports 2, 3, 43 Stage crew 2, 3, 43 Visual aid 2, 33
STEVENSON, IUDITH-Allied Youth 2, 33 Future
Nurses 43 Spanish club 2, 3g GAA 2, 33
SUTER, DONNA-Allied Youth 2, 3, 43 Operetta 23
GAA 2, 33 Y-Teens 43 Orchestra 23
TAYLOR, IUDITH-Transfer from jefferson Twp. l955-
56: Band 3, 43 Allied Youth 3, 43 ICOWA 43 GAA 33
TERZIEFF, CARL-Transfer from Roosevelt l955-561
Hall Monitor 43 Football 33
THOMAS, WILLIAM-Football 43 Intramural sports 43
TODD, SALLY-Annual 43 NFL 2, 3, 43 Future Teach-
ers 2, 3, 43 ICOWA 33 jr. Red Cross 33 Latin club 23
GAA 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Class Play 43
TODD, PATRICIA-Transfer from Wilbur Wright l955-
563 Allied Youth 3, 43 Y-Teens 23
TOLLE, WILLIAM-Student Council 3, 4, Vice-Pres.3
Intramural sports 2, 3, 43 Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres.3
Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Hall Monitor 3, 43
'l"OOLEY, LARRY-Band 2, 33 Intramural sports 3, 43
Theta Hi-Y 2, 33 Track 3, 43 Cross Country 33
TRISEL, IERRY-Chorus 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43
Spanish club 23
TUFTS, THOMAS-Intramural sports 2, 3, 43 French
club 23 Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
TURNER, BEVERLY-Spanish club 2, 33 GAA 2, 3, 43
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pres.3
ULM, IAMES-Transfer from West Carrolton l955'56Q
Baseball 43 Track 33 Cross Country 33
VICORY, BRUCE-Football 23 Baseball 33
vonISAKOVlCS, ANN-Paper 2, 33 NFL 3, 43 CAA 2,
33 Future Teaclhers 33 Quill and Scroll 33 Torch and
Keystone 3, 43 Student Council 23 Latin club 2, Treas,3
French club 33 Y-Teens 2, Pres., 3, 43 Class Play 3, 43
Science club 3, 4, Sec.3
VORNDRAN, IOHN-ICOWA 4, Sgt. at Arms 43 ln-
tramural sports 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth 3, 43 Sigma Hi-Y
2, 3, 43 Class Officer 2, Pres.3
WAKER, THOMAS-Transfer from Chaminade l954-
553 Intramural sports 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth 3, 43 Track
Z3 Visual aid 33 Hi-Y 23
WALTERS, DALE-ICOWA 33 Intramural sports 2, 33
Hall Monitor 43 Spanish club 23 Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
Track 3, 43 Cross Country 43 Science club 43
WALTERS, PAUL-Transfer from Chaminade l955-563
Allied Youth 3g Band 3, 43 lr. Achievement 33 Intra-
mural sports 3, 43 Orchestra 43
WALTHER, THOMAS--Band 2, 3, 43 NFL 3, 43 Torch
and Kelystone 3, 4g Bookstore 3, 43 Theta Hi-Y 3, 4,
Sec.3 Science club 43 Visual aid 33
WANDER, SUE-Paper 3, 43 Future Teachers 43 Allied
Youth 2, 3, 43 ICOWA 3, 43 lr. Red Cross 3, 43 Hall
Monitor 43 Rhythmettes 2, 33 Operetta 2, 33 French
club 23 GAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Quill and Scroll 43
WEIDEL, SAUNDRA-Allied Youth 33 Future Nurses
3, 43 Spanish club 23 CAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 43
WEIDNER, CAROL-Allied Youth 2, 33 GAA 2, 33
WELLS, THOMAS-Intramural sports 2, 3, 43 French
club 23 Cross Country 43 Basketball 43
WENZ, FREDERICK-Intramural sports 2, 3, 43 Delta
Hi-Y 2, Sgt. at Arms, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Track
2, 3, 4:
WENZLER, I0 ANNE-lr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Vice-
Pres.3 CAA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43
WEST, ROBERT---Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pres.3 Intramural
sports 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Gamma
Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres.3 Operetta 2, 3, 43
graduation day was finally here
WETZ, ROBERT-Photography club 2, 35 Intramural
sports 45 Science club 45
WETZ, WILLIAM-Photography club 2, 3, 45
WILCOCK, SAM--Intramural sports 2, 3, 45 Kappa
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Science club 45
WINGET, DOUGLAS-Band 2, 3, 45 NFL 3, 45 Torch
and Keystone 3, 45 Photography club 2, 3, 45 Latin'
club 25 Hi-Y 45 Class Play 45 Science club 2, 3, 4, Pres.5
WITZLEB, EVA-Transfer Randolph 1954-555 Chorus
25 Operetta 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45
WOLLENHAUPT, FRED--Intramural sports 2, 3, 45
Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Track 25 Cross
WOOD, LEE-Intramural sports 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor 35
Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, Sgt. at Arms, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Science
club 3, 45
WOODARD, BARBARA-Transfer from Centerville
i955-565 Allied Youth 3, 45 lr. Achievement 35 GAA 35
WOODARD, jANE-Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres.:
Student Council 3, 4, Sec. Treas.5 ICOWA 35 lr. Red
Cross 35 Future Nurses 35 Latin club 25 GAA 2, 3, 45
lnterscholastic hockey 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 2, Social Chairmang Book-
store 3, 43
WOODS, RONALD--Transfer from Fairview l956-575
WORD, IOHN-Intramural sports Z, 3, 45 Delta Hi-Y
2, 3, 45 Golf 45
WRIGHT, HAROLD-NFL 3, 45 Torch and Keystone 3,
45 Photography club 25 Latin club 25 French club 3, 45
Class Play 35 Science club 2, 35
WYMER, GORDON-Annual 45 Intramural sports 2,
3, 45 Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain5 Football 25
Track 2, 45
YEAZEL, TERRY-Transfer from Centerville l956-575
YOUNG, ROBERT-Transfer from Miamisburg i954-553
YouNc, SHIRLEY-Allied Youth 2, 3, operefra 2, 3,
45 GAA 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Treas.5
YOUNG, VIRGINIA-Future Homemakers 25 lr.
Achievement 35 Future Nurses 45
we sa d to our frnends good luck next year
CAHILL ALLEN Transfer from Falrvlew l955 56
Intramural sports 3 4
FRANKLIN THOMAS Transfer from Beavercreek
IONES FERRELL Bnd 2 3 Gamma Hr Y 2 3 4
Stage crew 3 4
KOONTZ PATRICIA Transfer from Mountain View
Calif I956 57
MILLER ELLEN Transfer from Ansonla Hugh School
I955 56 Band 3 Allied Youth 3 Spanish club 3
ZAPPE IAMES Intramural sports 2 3 4 Vls la
3 HI Y2 3 Hall Nlonltor3 4
DERIFIELD THOMAS Photography club 3
MILES DAVID Transfer from Idaho I956 57 Chorus
4 Operetta 4 NFL 4
:fs time to recount
farrmont frrsts for the year 1956 1957
annex of six new rooms
omega hi y
receive freedom shrine
band concert at memorial hall
junior play held for three nights
exchange talent show with another school . . . fairborn
cheerleading squad adopted a constitution
production of a current hit on broadway . . ."okIahoma"
baccalaureate at ncr
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WELCH, PATRICIA--Transfer from Fairview I956-57g
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MRS. CITHENS COACHES SCHOLASTIC TEAM: Row
I: 1. Reid, S. Slaven, P. Buchard, B. Fisher, A. Nikides,
D. Mills, P. Springer, 1. Mayer, B. Rausch. Row 2: 1.
Henry, R. Penny, N. Landis, B. Turner, C. Balash, A.
vonlsakovics, T. Walther, D. Patterson, l. Hawkins, I3
Chollar, R. Mathews, D. Quigley. Row 3: M. Chappel,
S. Archer, S. Crubbs, M. Knox, l. Ballantyne, N. Ben-
nett, D, Winger, B. Sterling, B. McKay, E. Evans, C.
scholarship team yields high
Scholarship elimination tests were given
to l5O seniors early in December. Of this
number, sixty-three were chosen for the team.
Vxlhile other Fairmontonians were enjoy-
ing their Christmas vacation, the scholarship
team spent several mornings in the cafeteria
taking scrimmage tests under the direction
of Mr. Flatter and Mrs. Githens. The tests
covered five general subject areas: English,
science, mathematics, history, and reading
For two weeks preceding the final test,
teachers of these subject areas held study ses-
sions for members of the team.
jordan. Row 4: L. Wood, A. Lambert, P. Osborn, C.
Ritter, B. Miller, S. Miller, L. Galante, L. Nees, I.
Hofferberth, G. Lane, R. Hodge, B. Lamb, K. Etter.
Not Pictured: A. Barr, B. Benson, K. DeHaven, C. Flatter,
K. Kelly, l. Landrum, W. Lewis, C. McKnight, N. Noggle,
B. Shawhan, V. Silcox, l. Spahr, S. Todd, T. Tufts, S.
Wright, and W. Jacobs.
Of 520 seniors in Montgomery County.
Fairmont had 35 in the upper one-third. These
seniors would not have taken so many of the
top places if the other team members had not
backed them all the way.
Fairmont Seniors placed higher in the
i957 Senior State Scholarship Tests than in
previous years. Dick Patterson placed first in
Montgomery County with a 247 score of a
possible 300. Ruth Penny was the first girl
in the county with a score of 234, being third
in the county among boys and girls. Doug
Winget, with 233, placed fourth while Ann
von lsakovics was sixth with 232. Ronald
Hodge placed seventh with 227.
DURING PRE-TESTS, SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS
worked with faculty guidance: Doug Winget, Mrs.
Cithens, Ruth Penny, Dick Patterson, Miss Warren, and
Ann von lsakovics.
"TOPS" IN SCHOLARSHIP, CHARACTER, LEADER-
SHIP, AND SERVICE: Sitting: R. Penny, A. Barr, P.
Osborn, W. Lewis. Standing: Mr. Flatter, T. Walther,
C. Flatter, N. Bennett, L. Estes, L. Nees, N. Noggle,
D, Winger, K. Del-laven, S. Miller, P. Lowles, S. Crubbs,
l. Ballantyne, l. Reid, A. vonlsakovics, l. Hofterberth,
D. Mills, H. Wright.
honor societies Iap new members
One of the greatest honors that can be
bestowed on a student, while in Fairmont, is
to be chosen tor the National Honor Society,
Torch and Keystone. Scholastic average, lead-
ership, responsibility, and co-operation are key
factors in the selection ot "T and K" members.
STUDENTS ARE MEMBERS, BECAUSE OF EXCELLENT
WORK IN IOURNALISM: Row lc' S. Crubbs, A. Barr, S.
Wander, D. Decker, M, Knox, W. Lewis, P. Heusch.
Quill and Scroll is the Honorary society
for journalism students. To be considered for
membership, a person must be in the upper
third of his class, and contribute outstanding
work toward his publication. This Year there
were twelve members chosen for Quill and
Row 2: Mrs. Smith, N. Bennett, P. Buchard, C. Gill,
l. Trebnik, l, Ballantyne, M. Schoen, C. Ritter, Mrs.
LET US SING TOGETHER: Row I: F. Hysinger, l. Pricldy,
P. Raines, I. C-ruver, P. Schelling, R. Frick, A. Leiphart,
W. Campbell, B. Zimmerman, Z. Chabinyc, B. Hartley,
B. Suey, j. Priddy, and P. Peoples. Row 2: Mr. See-
berger, S. Flaharty, S. Stewart, E. Witlock, C. Fox, P
Lowles, L, Hockett, A. Correll, 1. Beal, D. Wymer, B
Elliott, M. Cubbage, and L. Webb. Row 3: P. Davis, B.
Hussman, 1. McCarty, D. Van Schaack, W. Newkirk,
R. Mohr, D. Cox, D. Miles, C. DiSalvo, D. Maloy, L.
Shade, C. Wymer, and A. Bulgaris.
one hundred chorisiers blend voices fo . . .
THIRTY-VOICE ENSEMBLE: Row I: P. Peoples, S.
Harrold, C. Wymer, D. Gaines, N. Lehman, M. Carvic,
P. Schelling, B, Hartley, and 1. Russell. Row 2: B. Kret-
schmer, M. Cubbage, 1. Dennis, B. Ruble, L. Blake, S.
lucid, P. Werner, B. jones, 1. Cruver, and B. Elliott.
Row 3: D. Wymer, 1. Gaines, 1. McCarty, W. Baker,
Seeberger. Row 4: R. Arthur, 1. Trisel, L. Hockett, K.
Prentice, W. Newkirk, R. West, C-.. Feverston, T. Seitz,
1. Cyphers, and 1. Hogue.
C. Allen, D, Thompson, P. Lowles, l. Ernst, and Mr,
RAISING THEIR VOICES: Row I: 1. Russell, E. Lari-
rnore, M. Carvic, C. Taylor, L. Blake, D. Gaines, B.
Ruble, A, Snyder, S. Harrold, P. Mullins, W. Bollinger,
C. Allodi, B. Smith, and T. Lunsford. Row 2: 1. Cotter-
man, B. Kretschmer, 1. Gaines, M. Lenehan, S. Bruns
hit iunes of "oklahoma"
The one-hundred voice Fairmont chorus
and the thirty-voice ensemble, under the di-
rection of Mr. Seeberger, blended throughout
the year to provide music for churches, clubs,
conventions, and other organizations. They
also participated in the band concert at Me-
morial Hall, singing four selections and join-
ing with the band for the finale, "Ol4lahomal"
Parts chosen for the operetta, i'Okla-
homal" were the following: Laurie, Pat
Lowles, Curly, Tom Seitzg Ado Annie,
Chareene Wymerg Will, Keith Prenticeg ludcl.
Bob West, and Aunt Eller, Sue Harrold, who
also served as student director.
ln his first year of teaching and serving as
director of the Fairmont choral groups, Mr.
B. Schell, P. Hoover, Ash, S. Judd, l. Ernst, E, Tru-
bee, D. Hunter, S. Durham, and M. Walschaert. Row 3:
D. Thompson, G. Allen, 1. Trisel, R. West, C. Fever-
ston, I. Oeswein, T. Seitz, K. Prentice, l. Cyphers, W.
Baker, D. Arthur, N. Dyke, P. Meyer, and l.. Dennis.
Gene Seeberger was pleased with the ratings
the chorus received in the contests held at
Fairview High School. The girls' chorus re-
ceived a rating of one and were eligible to
enter state competition. The boys' chorus and
the mixed chorus received ratings of two, and
have profited by their experience for coming
The combined chorus meets daily, first
period in the music room.
Officers for the year were President Bob
West, Vice-President judy Dennis, Secretary
Pat Lowles, and Treasurer Tom Seitz.
Assisting Mr. Seeberger as accompanist
was judy Dennis.
THIS YEARS SLUGCERS: Row I: H. Staton, Mgr., 1
Hines, S. Ellis, L, Woodruff, 1. Andrews, N. Noggle
L. Richard M r Row 2' Coach . ackson Cata ano
, g. - 1 I , 1. I ,
R. Smith, L. Kronz, T. lVlcClanahan, T. Peters, T. Seitz,
Asst. Coach West. Row 3: 1. Kliemeire, I. Webb, P.
Prather, I. Lewis, B. Giles, 1. Cushen, L. Cyenes. Row 4:
1. Wells, Mgr., R, Norris, D. Stephens, P. Albery, R.
Salyers, N, Russell.
baseball squad wins disfrid fifle
1956 BASEBALL RECORD
FAIRMONT 2 MIAMISBURG 0
FAIRMONT I XENIA 3
EAmMoN'r II TROY
FAIRMONT 1 wn.suR wnici-rr
Diamondmen, under the instructions of
Coach jackson, slugged out an impressive
i956 season, winning l3 and losing 3. They
found the best competition to be in their own
league. The boys represented Fairmont in the
district tournament, winning first place and
a wonderful trophy. Along with the award, the
jacksonmen were entitled to a trip to Cin-
cinnati to play in the regional tournament at
In their final game, they faced a tough,
hard-hitting Springfield team, to whom they
bowed 4 to 3 after three extra innings.
BURNING UP THE TRACK: Row I: P. Barton, D. Long, Bartels, B. Toile, B. West, L. Galante, G. Feverston, H.
B. Albright, M. Hall, B. c r , c f. H. D ri, R. i. b, K. D H , D. H , Mg. B. sink. Row 3:
Madden, L. Tussing, P. Brussfislellaugsan, CoacTCFouts. DE Sox, F. Freayxjel. Reinglaigf F. Mreyer, V. lacobs, A.
Row 2: D. Meeker, Mgr., T. Baldwin, D. Walters, B. Astbury, B. Shawhan, L. Nees, W. jacobs, T.. Blake.
mvl hfle awarded track team
TRACK RECORD OF 1956 Last years track team, under the direc-
tion of Coach Fouts, had another great season.
FAIRMONT MIAMISBURG They were undefeated in duel competition
FAIRMONT GREENVILLE running their string of wins to l7. They also
FAIRMONT XENIA won the Troy Relays and the MVL Champion-
FAIRMONT FAIRBQRN ship for an unprecedented second straight
FAIRMONT PIQUA time-
, rac vi r r y u o
FAIRMONT STNERS T k 'cto ies we e largel d e t the
FAIRMONT MIDDLETOWN superb efforts of Herb Desch. Setting an in-
FAIRMONT SIDNEY dividual school scoring record of l98 points, he
FAIRMONT TROY won the 100 yd. dash, 220 yd. dash, and 440
XENIA Relays-Fourth TROY Relays-First
DAYTON Relays-Seventh MVL Meet-,First
yd. dash in both the Troy Relays and MVL
meet, along with being undefeated in duel
competition. He won the first points ever won
by Fairmont in the State meet, winning fifth in
the 100 and third in the 220.
GIVING THEIR BEST TO EVERY SWING were: Row I: merman, D. Kastens, and not pictured, I. Spahr, and
D. Leedom, B. Bryant, D. Newton, T. Schwab, B. Zim- B. Parks.
golf feam captures mvl trophy
GOLF SCORES OF I956
Coaches Puddington and Rayburn put a
great team on the fairways every time they
had a meet. The golf team was undefeated
in dual meets, winning I4. The team also
captured first place in the MVL meet.
lVlr. Puddington and Mr. Rayburn put a
great team on the fairways every time they had
a meet. The golf team under their great assist-
ance went undefeated in dual meets, winning
I4. They also won first place in the MVL meet.
In the district meet, the boys had to settle
for second place. In each of the Tri-State and
State meets, the Dragons placed third to
climax a great season.
DUST SCATTER5 as Barbara
Rausch slides into first base,
but it is too late. Leah
Nikides Catches the ball and
tags her out. This was only
one of the thrilling moments
of the i956 girls softball
Enthusiastic practice under the direction team Constant co operation between all mem
of their capable coach Miss Turner contra bers enabled the team to complete their sea
buted to a winning season forthe girls softball son undefeated
anofher run steps up the score
LET'S HAVE A HOME RUN' Row I P Cifferi N L Nlkldes B Perry B Rausch Row 3 M Coetcheus
Youngen, N. Clark. Row 2 B Mann C Edgington H Englehart B Harry S Huesman N Lewis P Knoop
RACKETEERS in I956: Row I: I. Becker, B. Lawrence, l-lunington, I. Woodard, T. Robbins, L. Wood, and D.
B. Colburn, T. Sims, I. Austin. Row 2: Mr. Burns, A. Erickson.
colburn leads as tennis team fakes mvl
1956 TENNIS SCORES
Fairmont was well represented in the
IVIVL last year. The team showed great skill.
Bob Colburn was outstanding in singles, cap-
turing first in the district and IVIVL, but was
eliminated in the state finals. The team rec-
ord was ll wins, 3 losses. Coach Burns de-
serves credit for improving the overall ability
of the team in his second year of coaching.
The l957 squad will have their work cut
out for them with only two veterans and no
ENERCETIC GIRLS SWING RACKETS WITH EASE:
S. Helm, D. Taylor, P. Kemp, B, McCloskey, Miss
tough schedule confronts
FAIRMONT girls tennis team played a
tough schedule but came through with a rec-
ord of 2 wins and 3 losses. The team was
coached by Miss Ann Davidson and consisted
of four Sophomores, two juniors, and two
SWISH! The ball travels over the net with astonishing
speed as Sandra Helm, first singles player, serves the bali
Davidson, D. Lemieux, M. Heinemann M Place and
B. Benson pose with Coach Davidson for photo
'56 tennis squad
gomg io the dogs?
"ls Fairmont really going to the dogs?"
Not in the least. Tom Wolf is just posed with
a visitor as the photographer snapped this pic-
ture. Actually, Fairmont has one of the best
academic programs of the state, offering her
students a most varied program.
To help the students at FHS are fifty-
one faculty members. The teachers not only
try to educate them but prepare the students
with guidance and help for the future,
whether it be in science, math, language, or
ln addition to the varied program of
courses, Fairmont offers the students many
outside activities-many of which are exten-
sions of subject areas in school.
Fairmont's students realize the opportuni-
ties offered them, and take great advantage
of them, which is shown by the consistent
results of the senior scholarship tests. From
orientation to graduation, Fairmontonians
strive for achievement on these tests. This is
only one of the ways that her students show
their appreciation for the guidance and help
they have received.
BUSINESS WORLD ENTHUSIASTS Mrs Rhodes HOMEMAKERS OF TOMORROW: Barbara Teegarden,
structs students as they prepare a daily lesson using the Connie Breckler, Kathleen Bollinger, Sandra Stewart, loan
most modern facilities available in any office jones, and lean Leedom prepare a meal.
RANA CATESBIANA OR RANA SALIENTIA7 Mr Wagner shows Kent Severs and Sue
Youngen the arf of dns ectmg a frog
WATCH THOSE FINGERS' V Carm n Everets trnes out the electric band saw
furnlshed by the school
no' fhey re earnmg pedigrees now
solve a slmular problem by use of fne slide rule on of the many exo rrmenfs nn the chemlsfry lab
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1,8942 x 475373 ? Dick Quigley and Ruth Penny try to PHEW! ROTTEN EGGS? Art Astbury is completing only
afier seniors bid farewell, memories siill remain
"Te morituri salutamusf' As we bid fare-
well to the present FHS and the future Dwight
L. Barnes junior High, we do salute you, Fair-
mont High School. Within your walls, you
hold for your students memories that will
never die. As you were unable to facilitate
the student enrollment increasing each year,
you expanded your walls. As the population
increased even more, a new situation arose
ln order to cope with this problem, a new
high school had to be built-but still you
otter your services as an additional junior
high for Kettering. Off with the old, and on
with the newg and though time goes by, we
will never torget you-FHS in such scenes as
the cafeteria, the Rhythm-ettes, and the band.
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if's time fo say fhanks . . .
Dear Readers of The 1957 Dragon:
We have made many radical changes in The 1957 Dragon
this year. Chief of the changes, including a new and modern
cover, a new type-face style, and a seasonal theme, is the
Summer Supplement, a sixteen-page photographic record of
all spring activities to complete the theme of our yearbook.
Preparing a yearbook is a large task, and l would like to
thank many people who have contributed such an excellent
part in the production of The 1957 Dragon: Mrs. Hulda Smith,
who has put forth a great amount of her time and effort to-
ward helping our staff produce a memorable book, the school
office staff and the faculty for their cooperation, Indianapolis
Engraving Company: S. K. Smith for the covers, Mr. Bud
jeffrey, Mr. Eugene Coy of Powell Studios, and Mr. Robert
Ardrey for their excellent work on all photographsg the
Graessle-Mercer Printing Companyg our loyal advertisersg The
Dragon Staff, and all others who have contributed to making
The Dragon a memorable review of all the events that have
taken place this year in the old FHS.
One regret of the staff is that they will not have the op-
portunity to know the july reaction of the Summer Supplement
readers. The staff sincerely hopes that all will be pleased.
Copy Editor -- .... Maridale Knox
Typist --..--- ........... judy l-logue
Theme - -.. .... -
Faculty Division ---
Senior Division .....
Club Division .....
Night Life Division --
Sports Division, Boys --
Sports Division, Girls --
Engraving Editor - ---
Art .--....... -
Photo Scheduling .......
Business Managers .............
Assistant Business Manager
Records, Exchange Editor --
---Linda johnson, Sally Todd
------judy Allen, judy Backus
-------------De Ann Decker
---Barty Hussman, Carol McKnight
-----janet Huddleston, judy Rice
Kenny DeHaven, Walter jacobs,
Nelson Noggle, Cordon Wymer
- - - - -Pat Ketteman, Phyllis Osborn
- ---- judy Anderson
---Sue Grubbs, Pat Heusch
---Scotty Miller, Bob Shawhan
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s. NX gy IN 57 SNS
if's time fo say farewell!!
lt's time to say 'Farewell as the activities fr t
to graduation are left behind us. With new ho ' gh
h t I1 d
new goals to meet we face t e uture-sop
1 h F t, and seniors t Id k
A h ypg f 'saretolddb k I
f p h d ft e.
See the kids all gatherin'
Beneath the shady tree
Baskets heaped with lunches-
Ohl summer brings such glee
Laughter and surprises,
Howdy, Mister Summer,
Howdy, howdy do!
KNEELINC SLUGCERS: Coach jackson, j. Austin, R. Bow,
l. Salyers, B. Phillips, T. Peters, E. Gyenes, A. Edwards,
T. Smith, statistician. STANDING: N. Russell, l. Howard,
T, Seitz, 1. Fleenor, B. Foreman, l. Lynch, 1. Shroyer, I.
This years baseball squad was the only
spring sport team to win an MVL champion-
ship. They finished undefeated in league play
while compiling a 12-4 season record.
Andrews, I. Lewis, L. Kranz, R. Oxley, N. Noggle, R.
Salyers, T. Hart, B. Hobbs, M. Osman, Managers H.
Staton and S. Lumby. NOT PICTURED: P. Albery.
The highlight of the year was a trip to
Cincinnati for a double-header that was played
if's a home run this season for the mvl champs
FAIRMONT 16 XENIA 1
FAIRMONT 7 BELMONT 3
FAIRMONT 10 WILBUR WRIGHT 0
FAIRMONT 18 MIAMISBURG 11
FAIRMONT Pl UA 1
FAIRMONT 9 FAIRBORN 6
FAIRMONT 2 FAIRBORN 8
FAIRMONT 5 TROY 1
WHO'S ON FIRST? Tom Seitz, of
FAIRMONT 3 WITHROW 6
FAIRMONT 7 WITHROW 5
FAIRMONT 9 PIQUA 2
FAIRMONT 7 CHAMINADE 11
FAIRMONT 19 KISER 5
FAIRMONT 15 MIAMISBURG 1
FAIRMONT 6 MIDDLETOWN 8
FAIRMONT 5 GREENSVILLE 1
"MR. FlREBALL," jerry Howard,
CIRL'S SOFTBALL TEAM PREPS FOR ACTION KNEEL STANDING Managers S Howard and M Bayless L
ING: A, Ward, 1. Miller, P. Knoop, M. Goetcheus C l-loefling N Benson B Rausch S Youngen K Coffman
Edington, R. Kramer, P. Ciffin, N. Lewi 5 Harrold K l-line J Leonard N Corban Managers P Krug N
feam looks for acfion as ball comes info plafe
Due to bad weather and can-
cellations of games, the girl's soft-
ball team played only one game. In
this game with Fairborn, the girls
exhibited the results of long hours
of practice with their coach, Miss
Mary Ann Turner, by winning their
game by a close margin of 23-Zl,
Had more games been played, the
team, having been victorious once,
would probably have had an unde-
feated season. To the seniors, Carol
Edgington and Barbara Rausch, who
played their last softball game for
Fairmont, we wish the best of luck.
"MAKE IT A HOME RUN," yells
Carol Edgington to Patti Ciffin.
FAIRMONT'S TRACKMEN: ROW 1: G. Feverston, T.
Yeazel, K, DeHaven, H. Stansel, T. Baldwin, D. Walters
W. lacobs, L. Galante, L. Nees, P. Prather, B. West, D.
Hoppe, V. lacobs, Coach Fouts. ROW 2: l. Bauser, G.
Vohringer, H. Darnell, T. Thoms, 1. Nowak, T. Bernard
B, C-lancy, A. Astbury, F. Meyers, B. Haines, T. Dunlevy,
Assistant Coach Dexter. ROW 3: R, james, H. Thacker,
D. Chaney, B. Vifilliams, C-. Hayes, S. Lancer, I. Schardt,
R, Lusk, C. Helm, 1. Moore, K. Reinhard, E. Zotter, L.
Shade. ROW 4: R. Bolton, C. Christian, I. Balbach, I.
Garner, S. Warner, S. C-ilber, l. Lawrence, S. Lamotte, 1.
Ziesler, 1, Arnold, P. Scott. ROW 5: R. Dickson, K.
Paseley, I. Mann, R. Fightmaster, S. Pfarrer, B. Dungan,
S. Kercher, C. Fowler, Ci. Stafford, M. Carnavale, D. Red-
man. ROW 6: Manager B. Brooks, D. Parker, P. Bauser,
M. Chapple, D- Sakada, 1. Armacost, D. Folkerth, H.
Lobo, F. Fensel, T. Wuichet, V. Thompson.
track ieam goes up and over . . .
The track team had a good season, win-
ning all but one dual meet, thus running the
victorious string to twenty-two, and taking
first in the Xenia Invitational.
This year Fairmont qualified six boys for
the state meet at Columbus. The photo at the
left shows Walt lacobs clearing the bar in the
, FAIRMONT 116 PATTERSON 2
- FAIRMONT 631A MIAMISBURG 53Vz
FAIRMONT 65 MIDDLETOWN 53
FAIRMONT 67 XENIA 51
FAIRMONT 93 GREENVILLE 25
FAIRMONT 57 FAIRBORN 61
FAIRMONT 80 TROY 38
FAIRMONT 74 STIVERS 44
FAIRMONT 65112 PIQUA 52V2
XENIA RELAYS ...... .... F 'IRST l49Ml
TROY RELAYS --... .... S ECOND 4423
MVL MEET .... - .... FIFTH 1313
DISTRICT -... .... S IXTH l11l
"PUSH OFF, WALT!" shouts Dr. Jacobs, team physician,
as he coaches son Walt in the pole vault.
fo hit fape . . .
Captain Leonard Galante, Phil Prather,
and joe Mann sweep the "IOC" for
fo break records
RECORDS BROKEN BY THE 1957
880 Relay 11:32 secondsis Phil
Prather, Don Fightmaster, Art Ast-
bury, Leonard Galante.
Shot Put 454' 1O"J: Ken DeHaven
lshown at rightl.
Discus H49' 7Vz"J: Ken DeHaven
Pole Vault HI' l0"J: Walt jacobs
ALONG THE NET: L. Wood, Mr. Burns, l. Moreland,
D. Maloy, D. Walsh, T. Tufts, K. Vlahos, D. Falzerano,
B. McDonald, D. Meeker, P. lVlcCIeary, B. Lawrence.
The tennis team under the di-
rection of Coach Burns had a very
good season. The matches were
close and only a hard fighting
Dragon squad could win over such
opposition. The team, composed of
only three returning lettermen, had
a record ot 9 wins, 3 losses, and I
forfeit. Much credit goes to Coach
Burns for an impressive season.
WHAP! Lee Woods slams across a serve.
The i957 girls' tennis team, coached by
Miss Verna Tullis, worked hard to make a
comeback, playing againstlsome ot the best
tennis players in the state. Ot the twelve girls
who tried out, ten girls made the team. Playing
singles were: Dottie Lemieux, Sandra Helm,
and Bev McCloskey. Doubles players ranked as
follows: Charlene Dills, Marilyn Place, Carolyn
Kepler, Sherry Hoke, and Ellen Cook. The
season ended with a record of 3-4.
1957 TENNIS SCORES
FAIRMONT OAKWOOD 3
FAIRMONT MIDDLETOWN 5
FAIRMONT FAIRBORN 0
FAIRMONT HAMILTON 0
FAIRMONT OAKWOOD 5
FAIRMONT HAMILTON I
FAIRMONT MIDDLETOWN 5
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neimen offer service wif
MISS VERNA TULLIS GIVES LAST MINUTE TIPS TO
GIRLS TRYING OUT FOR THE TENNIS TEAM: S. Helm,
P. Kemp, lvl. Place, C. Dills, B. McCloskey, P. McCleary,
A FRIENDLY HANDSHAKE after a match shows the
good sportsmanship ot Bev McCloskey and Dottie
D. Lemieux, C. Kepler, l. Hockwalt, S. Hoke, l. Over-
holser. KNEELING: E. Cook.
PUTTIN' AROUND: Coach Puddington, Coach Rayburn, T. Webb, T. Schwab, j. Word.
I. Spahr, S, Fisher, B. lrelan, B. Zimmerman, D. Hall,
golf team practices lo sink lasf shof
BLASTING FROM THE SAND TRAP, Tim
Schwab is watched by Coaches Rayburn and
The i957 golf team maintained the legacy
left them by the teams of previous years. The
golfers came out second only to Sidney in the
MVL, and won the city championship for the
fifth consecutive year. They brought the
string of consecutive wins to twenty-five in
the city series.
Lettermen this year were Tim Schwab,
john Word, jon Spahr, Bob Zimmerman, Bill
Ireland, and Terry Webb. Bob Zimmerman was
medalist for the district with a score of
seventy-three and ranked second in the state
meet with a total of l52.
FAIRMONT 14 MIAMIsBuRc z
FAIRMQNT 12 FAIRVIEW 4
FAIRMONT 9 ROOSEVELT 1
FAIRMONT 11 V2 oAKwoon 41f,
FAIRMONT 1125 GREENVILLE 4y2
FAIRMONT 16 wILBuR WRIGHT o
FAIRMGNT avi SPRINGFIELD Izyz
EAIRMONT SIA XENIA Ioyz
FAIRMONT 11V2 BELMONT 41f2
EAIRMONT 15M GREENVILLE V,
FAIRMoNT 15 KIsER 1
FAIRMONT 1415 PATTERSON 1 V2
FAIRMoNT an CHAMINADE 71,1
FAIRMoNT 10 PIQUA 6
FAIRMONT 11112 sTIvERs 415
FAIRMONT 81,5 MIooI.ETowN 815
FAIRMONT 8 SIDNEY s
DISTRICT ..... RUNNERS-UP, STATE ..... THIRD
We may never meet again," but we will forever remember Fairmont, as Louis Neas says farewell.
seniors bid adieu
Providing a change of pace, Nelson Noggle flees his
Sharon Woods offered a perfect setting
for the Senior Class picnic of l957. The seniors
left school after giving two performances of
their class assembly, which set the mood for
the picnic. The assembly was based on their
twenty-fifth reunion with the theme song
Among the spectacular acts were Barbara
Rausch, as Elvis Presley, and Dave Falzerano,
as a gypsy. The assembly climaxed around a
campfire, and the seniors sang their favorite
The traditional farewell speech, given by
our class president, Louis Nees, was both
heart-warming and sad, on the summary of the
year i956-57, We can all readily say, "Long
live the class of l957."
Laurle sings to Many A New Day dancers
musical hll oklahoma' sels all hme record
A sell out' Fnve nnghts for Oklahoma
the fourth current Broadway hut to be pro
duced at Fairmont The production which was
scheduled tor three nnghts was sold out three
weeks before openung nught Wuthun a week
the three nught schedule was changed to five
Laurie and Curley wave good bye as they leave for the
station In the Surrey Wlfh The Fringe Cn The Top
The orchestra under the dlrectuon of
Clark Halnes the slngnng chorus under the du
rectuon of Gene Seeberger and the dancing
chorus under the dlrectlon of Ernest Ross pro
vrded a wonderful background to the dramatic
talents coached by Mlss Leah Funck
Laurue glves good advlce to the smglng chorus
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Chorus says farewell to "OkIahomal"
of five nights!
The stage crew, directed by Mr. Leland
Hall, did a spectacular job on the scenery,
lights, and sound effects.
Costuming might have been a headache
for the music department, but the cast, as
usual, came up with a good idea. Everyone did
his own costume. This idea worked out to be
AUNT ELLER ......... ..... S ue Harrold
CURLY ........ .... T om Seitx
LAUREY ......... ..... P at Lowles
WILL PARKER ,,... .... K eirh Prentice
IUD FRY ............. ..... R obert West
ADO ANNIE CARNES --- .... Sherie Wymer
ALI HAKIM ..... . .... .... D avid Miles
CERTIE CUMMINGS .... .... B arty Hussman
ANDREW CARNES .... .... W Illiam Baker
behind the scenes
HARD-WORKING CREW TAKES TIME OUT T0
'STAGE' PHOTO. ROW I: D. Hunter, T. Smith, D.
Lumas. ROW Z: C. Frye, D. Bell, N. Simpson, F, jones.
ROW 3: G. Hunt, Mr. Hall, C. Allen, B. Galloway. NOT
PICTURED: I. Ryne.
the best one and the costumes were "out of
this world." Some ot the girls made their own
and some had them made, but both took time
and hard work.
All ot these, orchestra, dancing, dra-
matics, and staging, added up to a marvelous
tive nights of "Oklahomal"
C. O. N. K. CAPERS COMMITTEE: ROW I: D. Mainous,
K, Watts, L. Mazak, D. Weaver, P. Albaugh, A. South,
S. Crether, K. Prentice, B. Margetts. ROW 2: I. Gilmore,
iuniors play host
Keith Prentice, "Conk Crooner," serenades Linda Man-
chester and Sandy Clayton.
I. Lynch, D. Dieterich, S. Schmidt, P. McCleary, M. Place.
ROW 3: P. Fine, j. Cushen, P. Knoop, D. Cessarnan, K,
Riet, l. Palmer.
Under the direction ot Diane
Weaver and jerry Cushen, the tradi-
tional Class Night provided a preview
ot college for many college-bound
Directing a tour ot "Conk", the
mythical college, were Barbara Mar-
getts and Allen South, seniors at the
"college ot non-sensical knowledge."
Sue C-rether and Don Gessamen, fresh-
men, accompanied us as Cean jerry
Cushen provided us with a look in to
the future through the college observa-
tory. The past was evident, though, as
we noted the will carved into the trees
by past graduates. After our tour ot
campus we all gathered in "conl4
corner" tor "dragon delights" as the
dean spun the platters. As cute junior
waitresses served the seniors, we put
this event down as one which we will
long remember as we say "good-by
high school, hello College-Town."
On May 29, l957, the sand was stilled in
the senior hourglass when the sixty-sixth com-
mencement of Fairmont high school graduated
32l seniors at N.C.R. auditorium.
On the Sunday preceding commencement,
the traditional baccalaureate services were
held with the Reverend Mr. Humbert as guest
Following the commencement invocation
by Ann Barr was the first student speech, "The
Measure" by Beverly Frye. Other student
topics throughout the program were "Big
People For A Big World" by Richard Patterson,
"Research For Better Living" by Aglaia
Nikides, and "Our Procrustes" by Robert
Entertainment included tlutist Francis
Geddes, clarinetist Diana Mills, and soloist Pat
Lowlesg all were accompanied by pianist judy
The diplomas were presented by Willis E.
Eickman, President of the Board ot Education.
Class President Louis Nees closed the
program with the benediction.
This picture was typical of Fairmont the first few days
after the l957 Dragon was distributed-even at "Class
so farewell for now
Charles Roger Finley Award --- ---Kenneth DeHaven
The Dayton Bar Association
Citizenship Award -----.- ---- A Ilen South
The Danforth Foundation
Citizenship Awards --- ----.---- ---Anne Barr
Daughters of the American Revolution
Citizenship Award ------------------ Sally Todd
These awards were presented to the stu-
dents at the honor assemblies on May 22 and
23. Again Fairmont's students proved their
worth-in scholarship, citizenship, music,
speech, and athletics. Letters were presented
to students who earned them in all of these
respective areas. As time rolls on, these stu-
dents leave their footprints in the sand as out-
standing citizens of Fairmont High School.
"GOOD-BY and GOOD LUCK!" wishes Principal Somers
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