Fairmount High School - Black and Gold Yearbook (Fairmount, IN)

 - Class of 1942

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Activities . . or Fun . . . - - - in which you were especially interested this year, we will bring them all to you in pictures throughout the following pages. The classroom is the basic unit of the school, but realizing that there is rnueh more in- cluded in a well-rounded year, we also bring you the extra-curricular activities that you have participated in and will remember. 1942 BLACK AND GOLD f, I Ei 9, 0 - ' Q 9 X4 '- wmuek ' 1- . X f ' X WH , Z! 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Ronnie Rhoads, Willie Peterson, and Milford Adams. INTRODUCING Our Classes and Groups 5 0.1 the page opposite aboxe is a class affection- ately referred to as government and which every graduate of Fairmount high school is certain to remember. This picture happens to be of Mr. Wal- ter's seventh period class. U. S. Government is us- ually taken during the senior year and passed, or else - - . Below we proudly present one of the places dear to the hearts of most Fairmount high students. study U7 hall. often called Library. This happens to picture the eighth period, The Library is the place where the ambitious ones study and the others. well. need we go any further? .9 'll 15' l J b s X 1 fr 5- . - ,. .ww , W. ' . ...L iw Z wi ! -- 3 Vim ,' x Et, 53.3 Q Xl g- - F! W in H H' ? Q, Q1 E, R 57 z ."' ig i K 11. ' 1 V l A , , k, X 1 QNT luv I Q. I L' AJ ,ju . 'M 1 .-A.4 5 X A il , qv 5, Qt. A 1 . P A "' EY I A. ' JA ---"""" vl- ' K " ' M" if A PQQUI I E ,vw W"'5'.m,z f- v,, -ff' .. Below we have a shot of the kitchen in the home economics department. The girls are modeling some of their own creations. As we took the picture we asked diegnrlsto appear btwyx but with ah ofthose nice, new dresses on, we couidn't expect too much. In the bottom picture below we present the sev- enth period beginning typing class taught. as were all commercial subjects. by James Monahan. Home Economics Proieciionisis Beqinninq Tqpinq Shop -. , -I My 19 . . 'O It as :ef x - ,J ., v '..,.,,N?V . , -K iJf"if,1SjQ " l 1 M W -vw . -or 9 E 5 x . ,. , , 2- D -7 '- ,. ' ' ' .1 .r , yr V - -. lr 'ki ..-.t f vw,-4 , ,, --. . L . -lxl . V 5- . ? . I . f 1 ,,-4.1: - I X 1: " fx, 4. Q , , 421 gf H. K' - 4 ' ,-V.. . .y I ,. ' . ? N X Q L-'ggi' Env k"Rvvl ' ',1.' ' wg, uh 1.13 - -,N Lg, 3 H, yr . - 1 .I Y,-4 p-'Q 1 Superintendent F, Stanton Qaleq Pfmclpal Mqrtle E Qllbreath Our super1ntendent F Stanton Galey recelved hls B S degree from Purdue 1n 1916 He atterded Terre Haute Normal ln the summer of 1924 and Ball State 11 the summers of 1926 and 1927 Mr Galey recelved h1 M S degree at Indxana umve s1ty ln 1935 From 1924 to 1927 Mr Galey taught bxology and agrlcultuxe classes ln Faxr mount hxgh school and from 1927 to 1929 he was pr1nc1pal and also had char e of the agrxculture classes In 1929 he took over h1S present Job as supermtendent Mrs Mvrtle E Gllbreath attended the Falrmount Academy and Earlham col lege She recelved her A B degree from Mauon college ln 1924 ard her A M de gree from Indxana unlversltv m 1935 She also attended WISCOHSIH u xversxty 1n 1925 Mrs Gllbreath has taught xn grade schools at Fowlerton Sweetser at Marlon C n tral and our own North Ward In 1926 she took the po 1t1on of Jumor h1Uh pr1 c-:pal ln Falrmount where she rema1ned untll 1930 A year later she took the posltxon as high school prmcxpal , . , . . , , n lv 1 . . 5 . . 1' o 3 . . v - , N , , Q - . ., o U INTRODULINCJ 'T Ax 4- The School Board -1-'fa ll Y School B031 d Left to hgh! F S Galey superintendent Ora Florea iownshm trustee Charles E Carey presxdeni Lea Mc'I'urnan, secretary Xen Edwards treasurer 13W -.,'ll l H 1 ou ls Jin uit c C x L Q tx CL s cnt I u too N N 1 1 'Vlt it L 1 1081 Su iiidint P N id tu s 4 u 1 n xt l cltgti pi ixidad tot x L ut c N st N A t so NW u mlui lc c rw L N Lx x H I. 'fill 75 5 Q ' f -.,, """""fa,g H, ""-. ., 5 1' I .,,' .W '-mx f Bl-l ' I ' -t '-d th- 'rllll'lNUUIll fcliool luvurl vlios- lu j it is to l-ciclv tlu- polu-V of tlu- sn-liool. 'l'lu-5' aiu- zilfo 1't'SL20Il,'llJlU fof tlu sul-' ion ot' tlu- tn-zu'lu-is ziiul for clm-tt-Vmiiiing, tlu-ii' szilziril-s, 'l'l Svl l luozircl conqixt' ot' X1-' Edxx':11'fls. 1-lt-c-tn-cl in 191293 I.i-1 . 'Tut on , 1-lc-sta-nl in 19301 amd Clizirl -5 li. CLIITX. L-lc-ct,-cl in .2 . pc-i' int - - ', S. Gull-5' aw! 'Towmliip tiuftt-c-. Ora FlOl'0Z1 also ut tc-1 l - nu-m-ting: of tiu- l:o'ii'd. All thi' -1- of thc-so mu-11 'avi sci' ' -c on tlu- board situ- tlu-ii' l'i1'st - -- ion. As ': " - ' ' bj law. za s'l url lnoui-cl officizxl's tt-rm limits lol tltr -1- yours. Tlui cm ig wo1"'m-d ou J that L-vc-ry yn-ui' mlm- of tlu- nu-.Ulu-rs is bi':iL1g,E.t up for 1-lt-ctioii, This pl'm iiiiui' that two 1-xy -rim-iu'c-cl mc-mlu-rs will lu- ln-ft iii office- iii tlu- on-.it that 21 zu-xx nu- -' is 1- --tm-Cl. I Xiijf 'O-'X 'QP RAYMOND ELLIOTT I'I1smry Latm Athln-tw Iklanzmnl LORENE ROBINSON IxIZlTI1CIINlIlL'S G 'l"4 mhxeval xx . 1 . 4 CCIKICEQYIUD Health and mfs-I GEORGIA STIBBINS Vrwzxt umznl lmlxlc CCOIIUIIIICF NINA MARTIN Muthcmal lCr FREDERICK E, WOOD English CHESTER RINER Ph vslr-s Vhvm lstrx' Gm-111-ral sclcnce LEONARD NOI-TE Mnlxmlul Tra.nm JAMES MONAHAN Typlnu IIUORRQCDIIHI Shorthanxi EVERETT CHAPMAN Coach Ilmfs Dlmvswul Q-ciucafmn Ile-nllh and wnfm-lx' Suclnl sclcncu ' ADELINE MART NALL Drama! ws Fr:-nvh Elm I wh ELEANOR CHAPMAN Ewrllwh .lrmrnallsm 1,1hx':n'1zm MELVIN STEVENS Vm-utmnnl uurqculturu Blolugx' RUPERT KILGORE KI'1SiC Art Supvxvlsm' ul mxxszc' IH Ifllldl nh 1 5' MU S PAUL WALTER Suvial FCICITCC MAXINE 'SIEGEL Clerk 11N F1 ODLLINC The Fairmount Htqh School Fdculltg F' eanor Chapman A B N1 Ll .11 ml xx . X 4 L , 4 Q L L K c t 1 1 li 1 x 41 ,g x. 1 it llll tg 1 1 s n ll . L 11 iss p ms L 1. K Everett Chapman B S in lfclut 111011 N11 Lhtip L Q .mc um l it tsttbti tm x L1 . 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IMOI S g g x y K Kd 1 1 . 1 .xt i L s 1 s. 1 1 'numtx Georg1a Stxbbmf B S Mis Sllljljixts tt tts it 4 4 K 1 it t N Q t N 111 X L11 JL1l1L1 ix L1N1 x st t st M101 ,mt ll lu Q tg L l.lLlO L U L ll L L pm , A lL 1 L s ut tm tmxdmtcl mimi ttonomits this ma t tc .os tiaxxmuts Paul D Walter A B .md B S in Lclutitiim 'Ni mllllkl attrhcltd tht Lmxnisitx ot Pittshuzgi IIY1 xmas giadudttd fiom Maiion Lollcgt in 19-LU Ht has .itttndtd txxo summci sos mms it Indian.: urixti ltx 'VI Vlaltu tcdtliti tm! gOXLlIlINLIll 11d histou .11 nodtxu histtux 1 L so amp tlua idx in and is umm t lkllllkll L db Fredemck E Wood A B and M A it Enfhxh N11 Wood was QI iduattd fiom DtP1uu umx vsitx in Illia md obtdi td his A B dttfitt fiom thtxt L tazmd his A NI dtgitt in English last tum IDL1 lt tht Umxuxsitx ol VV1sLons1n H tttlcu lish 'S ll and 11 aan' t t .iss gl icxxi oi tht Dtbxt L axme Slegel 1V1.1x1m 1 tl l.st 4' um ts . it gl It vr 5 v N H1 1 L I -'1 U ' ' ' ' 155 '1' 3 '11 111" ' l C1I"1XX'lI'Q. blL1m'p1'iht rm lhf. :mtl is thi' glLlt1LlLllt'L1 lmm 111111 Sizitt' '1't-ii'lxt'x's 'rvllvff' in Ml 1, Club 1 lyi-UI.. 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Class 113111 IXST WIII -XND TLSTANIENIT WF THE -XSS OF 1'1-17 1 1 N 11111 111 F111111111111 1111111 111 G1 1111 S1111 111 111111 1 1311111-., 111 N11111 11d IIIC1 11111111111 1111 111111 pubh 11 1 N 11111 LN 1111111 1 1111111 IN f11ll1111N 1111i Ad 1111N 11111 N 1 111111111 IN 11, L1 1 'Vlu1p111 11111 B 1111 1 111N h1 1 11 gl 111R111 H1 h11111 Ba11111111 11'111N h11 pl11111p111NN 111 HHH Sp1111 B c1Nl11 1111 F1111 H1111111 in B111111 1 IX dNp111111111 11 C 11111 Buck 11 B1111111 11111 1 111 1 B 1 1 B1111 Todd 1111 B11111 11111111 1111N 111 131111 1 IX N111 g, 11111N11 111 D11 11d fxlllldll 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 111D111111111 C111 L1l111d CLJI11pl11I1 11111111 1111N 111N 1,111111 111111111 1111 1111 11 1111111111111 Choni R11111d 'vI111h.1 1 Lht dl C11111111 N 111 111111111 111 B1111 I'11uN 1111111 11 111 1N 11u11f 11111111 L1 111 pop 1 111 C1 1111 T1111111 HIJHILT Dal1 b111u1 1thQ h1N 11311111 111 Nl11p 111111 111111nN 111 an111n1 111111 1111 kN 111 11111 g11 b1 111 h 11 111 H11l1n Dulmg l1a11N h11 g,11d1 1 111111111 11110 n11dN 1111111 111g1 1du 111 IIUL F11h11 111N 1111111 D11 N D 1111 X111 F11111 11N 111 111 lglllu 1 111 Donald Duhng J11.1n F11ld b1c1u1athN h11 N111 m11r1Nh1p 111 the BILLLC 1d11111 mg N1.aff11x1 11.11 Ck Fox l1111N h1N p11N11111n 18 11ll 1 R11ph R1 bolt Cha1l1N G1dd1N 11 111N h1N B111111 111 111111111 111111 111lnkN he can 111111 11 .L1111 G1ft v11llN 111N a1hl1111 ab1l1tv 111 G11111.,1 Ice M1113 BQll1 H11Nl11 lc-av1N h11 VNlUI1lI1g Nmnle to B1N IQ S1a11l11 G1 111ge HIIIIHH l0f1 1 1111 111 go 10 111ll1g1 J 1n1Q H0lmN b1qu1 '1111 th1 p11Q11111n 111' p1'1r11 IC 111mp'1r11N1 111111 1h1 1111h1N11 1 111 C,hf11l1N N1N1J111 11 H1111 11 1 11N1 111 Sun 'VI111111 G 11th11 fl1"1I'1d J1'111 HLNIIIU X111 111 p11N1111f1l111 1 D111111111 P11111ll 11111 J1111N l 1111 l1b1111a11N111p 111 Ju L1 111 IIS I1NNu11 1J1C1L1111.11 1111 N 11u111p 1 L1 111 W.11n1 W1l11 1111N J11hn Lamb111 11111 1118 11 IX 1111h 1111 11 1111 I1 10 St 11111111 Gal11 111 L111 N Ill 1 1 11111 F1101 11111111 1 L111111 1111 N N 111111 11411113111 111 B1 1 G1 N111 111 M1C1 lLl-C111 11 1 N 111 N111111 111 1111111 F111111 IIN M11111111v l1111N l11lN IL 117111 111 1 W111N111 1 'V11N1111 11111 11N 1111111 u N 111 W1 P1111N1111 13111 'VI111g.,1 1 IXL 111N 11111,,111 111RL1 H 1111 111 O ll 1 1111'111J TI11111 B1111 011111 15LQL1L 1t11N 1111 Nlll 111 C11ll1111 Klllx 111111111 111 P111111 Xl N 111 E11N 111L1 1 Vl111111l1 N N L N 11 IX N 11111 LN N 1 1 11 11 N 11111111 111 Rlbbh D1l1111N R11kN V11g1n11 GlbNlJI1 B111111 R11, 11N 1 11N 111 11 1 g 1 Pull11 M 1121111 R11111 D11k11N 111 C1l11n R1h11l1 11211 LN 11111111114 Ht 1al11N h1N P1111 1111 111111 1 111 P111 S1ll11N 11a QS h1 11 11111 pla 1 D111N 111 N11l111 Sp11111 1111 1111 N 11N 1111 1 M 11-111 11 111 11111111 S1111111 N J11 W111Nl1111 Bob Sm1th 11 1v1b 111N m11h1111c1l m.1g'111111N 111 11191 11V of F H ph SD1r111 11111 11N 1 1111 'Via It I1 gl N 111 B111 Bu1I11 Ruthanna Sutton 1110111 11l1N 1111 211911111 111 111111 1111 n11 10511111111 W111 1111 N 1 141111 1111111111 b 1 1 111 S1111 1111111111 J1ff 111or1o T1111 l1a11s h11 111111 111 111- NOQ1111 to E 111 Har hm111 Clvdt U11d11111111d 111llN 111N p11 1111111 of 13111111 1111 1111 tl 1m 111 O H P11gQb11 11 1d U11d11v1o11d 1111lN 1111 111111 h 1111111 1 N 1 1111 1 1111111 11 J1111 H11 k111N Ch1111N V11111h1N l1a11N 111 ph1N1que 11 J1111111 DdXlN J W1n111N l1111N 1118 111 g d11k 1111 N111 'VIIIW K1111h 11l1N Y1l1 N 1 1 1 111 111 111N b1111h11 Rly 1113111111 ChclIlLS D11911 1n H1111 1 111 1111 d 'VI1 'VI111f111111 1nd lVl1 W111 1 11111 . M1 4 A A ' A A A , ,, S11 11-111'1-N hip If'1'1l11111L' 11' "Sl -'j 111 C111 . L.. 11' 111 - 51-1 l ' 1 " 1. '- ' ' ' . CS .' '2 . - 1 1 I 1tf1.X - ' S Id Raj X' - " lp 111C '1 " - ' 1-111 '111'- 1111 1 - 1 1 ' -. N . 111111 11 -clam 1,3 1 , 1X11lX.' X X' last 111111 and 1-.'1z 1 1, 111 1111111111-1' 111d Pu . .L . 1 ,U 11.5 hi: Um-d I- mhlmt. po- " " 1 . . '- . X M111 ' 1 .' -1 '-N 111: 1- 11 1 11-2 511 1 111 Hu ,, , X Xu XX , his X , X11 ,X -1-XX, BM 1 'ii ' 1 ' NH 1 . Q. 15 aw M S gm f lib lm G11 1 1,1 1' 5 1: 1 g 111 1111-- '1111- .I X ' ' 1 -1 -'J-1'l-2'-s ,' -1 111 1"1l11. 1 1 . . . , . . . . ' 111-1-'1'-sh-' 1'1--111 1111 111'- B111 '-1-' 5 11-111'1-s 111s 11111 ilpl' 111 . '111 Liu ,, pfl, M I 1' H H p ' U 1 K U ,XX 1 . . H1-l - " X1 l1-z11'1-s h1-' NL1111 X' 1: s' ' 1 , ,F ,, ' K ' ' ' - ., , 1 . 4 1 - - . -1 - - J I " " -1' 1' ll: h1: "D'1 ' ' '1' 1-11- Rut ' ' -1 '-N 111-' plz '- 1111 111- lg . 11 . I 'Y ' N K ' CH , XX ' X, X X' X .X X X .X, X XX XXX X XX ,XXX I1Ol,' J11111- PZ1l'k.' l121X'1'S 111-1' pz11'1 111 1111' 511 1111' ,-', ' 1, ' X' ' ' - 1 '- ' plzj 111 N1E1I'l1l1l L1-1-1'. 1- - - G1- t1- P1111-1"1111 11-211'11N 911 1l11-1'f- 11'il1 111- 1J1-'1'-1- Hn- 1' 11 ' 1-11'-Nl 1' l'1-- ' -111: ' . V ' ' 1 " th , X21 in L ll ,NI if 'lx UK I I 11 11 111111 1 '111','N 111 ,'1'1111111 111-X1 yL'211'. X l X X, X -l X 1 X - X . , D111 - R11-11-' 11'11ls 111s 1-11 -111,'11'1' ' B111J ' lac' V N 2 S' A ' 1 1 C1 14 11111 . 1 ' ' J1-'r -' 11-z11'1-5 111-1' p11s11111t1 111 -, - 4, - 4 ' n A 5 to - ' - 1 1 1 1 ' ' - " ' - 1 1 .. A A '- '1' ' " fi 11-'1 ' 111-1' 111-vp 1 M11 ' -I W1lma C0111-11 11'1lls 111-1' 111-ys 111 1111- 1-z111f11' 1111-111-rs 'X , 1 K fi t N 0 'Multi 111 1, 'r 1 'l g.,1'1', " T - . ' A , , . ., 'l't,' l1'lX'l',' 11 -1' 111-1'1l11'1' 'lm' M2 Q ' 1 'z ' l1-z11'1-s 111-1' ula '111' z1111-1'- 4 , K , .f N K N l ' MX XX X , X X X XX XXXX 1 1 ,VS 5 ,L g .C1at. 1 , -. -' 2 -s 1 X' , , ,, ' A 1 ' 1 1 - 1 -' 1 1 L ' J- 1- V, . ,X IXXXXXX f L fn XX X C112 ' -N S111 1-- will: 1 1-111'11' -ks 11 11x r 1 1' ' '.' I ' '.'.' ' S -- -' - pf X, ' lv' ' I W1 1 ' -' h1- 1-1111 111111 1'1111111 1111' l -111. AX XXXX X XXXXX X .X XXXX XX XXX X X.X XXXXXXX XXSS D1 ' ' . ' 11-111'1-s 111-1' 1'1'1-C1111-Q 111 1111 . N 1 1 . 1 - - , ,' . X K I X .X X X X XX XX X: Y X. X 1 ,. X. ..z X , XZ ., ' 1, ' UW '2 . .S. c S . . . . . , . , J,X X, -1 1- A , i , I XdX to R211 - '- ' S 1 .' 1llX'1 ' 1 1' 1 1'l.' 1 . . . ., 1. - 11 - X, 2 ' . A . . ' - ,N 2 X. ,Z v ,S X1 . L . , . X X X X ' X . - , , ,- V X - A -' z'1 -X .-l . I XA . X. X .X ' X . X . . X XX, X X I..111'1-111- Titu: 11-z11'1-S 11-1' ' -' - 111111 11 111-1' C" 1' V ' 'A Me-' ' -' z--1111-11.111- " - 'A 3 -'1 ' -3 ' 5 2 . z - -1 4 - 1-1- X X XC ' I xx Q ' " ' G1- -11 -' ' " .' -11 1'X' 1- 1 g11 F'1'1X'. z -z11'1-s h1s 1:1 1- ' ' 1111111'1ll1- 111 111- had 111 :111-' 1111'z1y f1'1 1111- 1'1 - 1 1 1 . 2 ' 2 1 D ' -1 1: ' 1" N 1-' 1 ' ' It .Z ' X" ' 7 1 "5 4 1'-S ' 1 i .' EV1 l. ,. X,.,,-0, 1- ' .. .- . 1 FQ B111 ' . Q -1 IT . L ' 'v"2l.' -N 111 1 ' C 4 L - 1 1 1 1 v A 1 1 . . . A Cha' 1 - w1ll.' th- lust plac- 1111 th- ' ll D11' S . XX X ' -2 N -' 311111 ' L1 '1 1111' . .- 2 X ' ' " M1'. C11 1 , ' ' -5 '21 2 d -'1111 X -' ' s 3 'aj ' - '1 1- Spzl ' -' an 1 '.1 1 ' 1 1 1 '. 1 1-' l1-L.1'1- Sc-:mor Prophc-:cq in ss . 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I'iii thy lwcail ' '- 1 1 "iid tm' having that iiiuzicl t"ir-ii iii suv' i j t't-pm-tt-ig MILFORD ADAMS JAMES BAKER BILL BEASLEY EILEEN BANNON HELEN BRIGHT CHARLES BUCK RUTH BROWN BETTY COFFMAN LELAND COMPTON MARTHA JEAN COOPER WILMA COUCH HOMER DALE MARJORIE CRAW CHARLES DRAPER MARY HELEN DULING ALVIN FERREE JAMES EVERHART JOAN FIELDS JACK GIFT CHARLES GADDIS JACK FOX JANIS HELMS GEORGE HARTING MARA BELLE HAISLEY EVELYN JERVIS DONNA JEAN HUSTON FRANCIS HIATT JOHN LAMBBRT DORIS JESSUP SAM LEER RAY LYNCH PAUL MCCRACKEN GAIL MASON HARRY MAHONEY DALE METZGER EETTY OWEN CARRIE OPAL MILLER JOHN ARTHUR PAINTER GENE PETERSON LOTS JANE PARKS DALE REEDER DELORES RICKS DON RHOADS BARBARA RIGGS MARGARET ROBERTS CHARLES SLAUTER PHIL SELLERS CALVIN RYEOLT HERIVIAN SPAHR ROL F RT SMITH DOROTHY SMITH LORENE TITUS RUTHANNA SUTTON RALPH SPENCE GERRALD UNDERWOOD CLYDE UNDERWOOD MARJORIE TRICE CHARLES YALE BOB WINANS CHARLES VOORHIS Class Hlstorq I1 Snptcmbu b 1049 ughtx N111 111 vmoum httlm Mddxu Lntnud mlm FlllIUUL1I1Ih1f.,l1 xx tu h 'mn Aitu 1 thumugh mm mon xxmzh m ada lm 11 iu flndgmd INLINLXIN ut F H b tha dub mmm nu mat nude cm u 1 for tha comm wax Inland Compton xnxx xmmnd pu xdem 11 .mlm mu uvdnnt IIHLNFXLHIJII vnu .lx tu ISUICI md Rllthllllhl Sutton wud chmman 'VI1 Hahn H111 and LLUIIHIC1 Nolte xuu clav Npomou Tu fuxhmgm guls lmt no txmg m IUHRI g a IIIINK fox thunsylxu bx commg through N 1111 the tltla of mtu das oft ball LIMIIUDS Thg fuwt class xoual gathpxmg was a Hallonun putw 'at the hmmm iDfMl13 Ball: Hawlu Latg m tha xecond umm ul tha katmg xmk and thuxtub m Mducm vnu 1 x ldcd by Fgmmount ULSIIIINII Thu completed tm putxu fm that QCA! 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' ,' , V . . , V. , . . , ' . -Af ' 1 y ,f x x ' -1 x + - 1 - ' ' ' 9 A , ' ' ' x x ' ' x v v' 1 ' x r ' - xv' v xfx rx' - A 4 ' if ' ' x x ' X - 1 ' - . . . M . y, V m ' v ' r' 1 'V x u - - ' I ' ' I 3 V' , , - . - 1 ,',-: ,. . . .,. ,.,, . . . . . ,, , , . , ' , 2 L ANN.. , , .. 5- - . '- 'V' , ' " ' 'X ', - ' 1 -Q 1 L- 1 v w 't 1 x x I ' - v ' ' ' 1 ' ' lt 'A 5 5 ' . N - ' x- x v 'ff - . - '- vm - ' X. H' "'.".' "" . - s' - ' .' ' . ' ""' So ' X ' u X xuvv. thv clwss of " 3" L k- - ' ' -, ' V ' . 14 the sviimw of F. H. S. Top row, left to right: Pauline Bowers, Maurice Briles, Carol Buck, Bill Butler, Donna Carey, Merrill Cooper, Charline Craw, June Craw, Phil Davis. James Eastburn Vera Eastburn, Joan Elliott, Marvin Gaither. Fourth row: Virginia Gizson, Eric Harvey, Mary Harvey Mescal Havens, Robert Hill, Barbara Hinthorn, Mavis Ho 3 lenback, Dorothy Holloway, Harry Holloway, Joe Hollo- way, George Ice, Kathleen Jones, Robert Jones. Third row: Louise Kempher, Loren Lawson, Lorene Law- son, Bob Leach, Betty Lee, Martha Leer, Kathleen Lyn:h. INTRODUCING Orville Mason, Norma Mattson, James McCormick, Marie Mitchener, Clyde Mittank, Leroy Moon. Second row: Charles Nesbitt, Hildred 0'Dell, Eugene Owen, Evelyn Owen, Marabelle Painter, Charlene Perry, Willie Peterson, Fred Powell, Ada Quearry, Vera Ruth Ratlitf, Bob Ribble, O. H. Rigsbee, Thelma Jo Rorerts. I First row, left to right: Junior Scott, I-'red Shane, Max- me Shockey, Maxine Spence, .Tack Spitzmesser, Betty Street, Jeff Titus, Betty Todd, Bob Trader, Bob Trindle, Bob Webster, Charles Wesco, Shirley Winslow. Ernest Carey's picture does not appear. The Junior Class OFFICERS Marvin Gaither . . .. ..,... President O. H. Rigsbec .......... Vice-president Vera Ruth Ratliff..Secretary-treasurer Bob Ribble ...... .... S ocial chairman Norma Mattson .. .... Breeze reporter Going into one of the hardest years of school life the sophomore class of 1940-41 advanced to the rank of junior class members during this last year. After working diligently for some weeks the class called a meeting for the purpose of planning a party which turned out to be held in the gym- nasium, Games were played. refreshments were served, and dancing concluded the evening. After a few weeks more it came time for the annual junior class play. Students taking part in the play, i'Mad March Heirs" given on November 6. were Bob Ribble, Norma Mattson. Martha Leer. Kath- leen Jones. Clyde Mittank. James Eastburn. Char- line Craw. Merrill Cooper, Grville Mason. Shirley Winslow. O. H. Rigsbee, Kathleen Lynch. Doina Carey, Marvin Gaither, Jane Jones and Junior Scott. Adeline Mart Nall was director. Then the matter of junior class sweaters. rings and pins was brought up in another class gather- ing. All juniors who so desired. ordered a class sweater and a ring or class pin. During the closing weeks of school a second and fiial party was held at the home of Willie Peter- son. This party included a hay ride and Wiener roast. As a conclusion to their junior year the class members entertained the seniors at a banquet held in Marion at the Hotel Spencer on May 15. Be- cause of world conditions the annual junior and senior trip had to be canceled, Bottom row, let! to right: Melvin Rust, Ralph Rvbolt. Miriam Salisbury, Jo Ann Sauder, Nolan Spence, Betty Titus, Paul Van Ness, Josephine Velasquez, Max Wa ker, Mary Whitenack, Lola Wiqner. Joan Winslow, John Winslow. Second row: Doris Miller, Don Moon, Junior Mount, Gene Murphy, Wade Murray, Joan Nicholson, Robert Owen, Audra Mae Parks, Harold Pernod, Norma Pernod, Annae belle Porter, Margaret Pulley, busy Reynolds. Third row: Esther Huffman, Geneva Hughes, Ethel In- qram, Frances Kesler, Ronald Kinch. George Kind. Col- leen Kirkpatrick, Howard Lewis, John McCombs, Mar- INTRODUCING jcrie McCormick, Charles McCracken, Phyllis McMan- aman. Fourth row: Stanley Felton, Betty Florea, Marilyn Gad dis, Stanton Galey, Margaret Gerstorft, Janet Gibson, E'izal:eth Gwynn. Herbert Harrold, Hubert Harrold, Betty Henry, Leah Hiday, Phyllis Hoggatt. Ton row: Lilburn Adamson, Betty Askren, Margaret Bright. Bar'ara Brown, Bernard Butcher, Joe Carroll, Eva Jean Cassell. Milton Decker, Joan Dickerson, Carrie Dra- per, Lawrence Draper. Gladys Ewen. Members whose pictures do not appear are Ruthanna Davidson, Louise McManis, and John Small. The Sophomore Class OFFICERS Milton Decker . ...... President Margaret Pulley ...., Vice-president Ralph Rybolt .... Se:retary-treasurer Max Walker .,..... Social chairman Above are pictured the sophomores who first entered this high school in September. 1940. At that time there were 68 of them. In September of this year 65 of these Studi nts came back to the halls of F. H. S, and elected their officers as shown above, During the year the class members took a hay ride to the Log Cabin on the Muncie Pike. where they had a Wiener roast. I1 order to raise money the sophomore class presented a movie. "Riding on Air." starring Joe E. Brown and Guy Kibbee. A oneercel comedy. "Gra'd Opera," was also shown. Those appointed on the committee to select the show were Max Walker. Leah Hiday. Stanton Galcy, and Barlinara Erown. Hand-in-hand the sophomores and seniors won the iiter-class track meet held on Frefhmai ilag clay in April by defeating the frelhmen and jun- iors 56 to 29. Because of the shortage of wool and feared un- predictable price levels next year. the sophomores ordered their elafs sweaters in late spring instead of waiting until their jufior year as has been cus- tomary in the past. The sweaters are bright green and white. On their last party this year the sophomores took a hike to the Adams' Dutch Mill where they played games and had another wi:-ner roast. The class sponsors are James Monahan and Mifs Lorene Robinson. INTRODUCING OFFICERS Virgil Kirkpatrick ......., President Alice Richardson. ..,.. Vice-president Doi Reeves .. .... ....... S ecretary Ijaul Haynes .........,... Treasurer Doris Dgeter ....... .Social chairman Oi Tuesday. September 2. almost one-hunched freshmen started tneir high school careers. At fir,-t they were contigually underioot and running around not knowing what to do or where to go. but after a while tnev became accustomed to their surroundiigs and began to belong, On September ll. these freshmen were properly initiated into high school life by the seniors. Throughout the day the Ire-hmei could be seen ru'ning around with lipstick on their faces. their clothes on wrong-side-beiorc. and doing just as the seniors would have them do. After this initia- tion. they became lull-fledged members of Fair- mount high school. In October tlie freshmen decided to have a cia-s party. A vote was takei and a Halloween paity was held in the gym on October 17. The Citizenship and Vocations classes. one of which evcry fre-hman is a member. wrote one-act plays on "The Importance of Home Life." The three best were presented before the student body on January 23. and i'cluded: "Who Wouldn't Obey" by Treva Davis: "The Problem Child" by Top row, left to rifihtz Eugene Armes, Lyle Baker, George Beck, Harold Biven, Russell Blessing, Pal Brewer, Francis Bright, Norma Bright, Betty Briles, Mary Brown, Martha Cadwell, Mar- tha Jeanne Compton, Merrill Compton, James Curtis. Fifth row: Mi tord Daily, Jimmy Davis, Marion Davis. Treva Davis, Doris Deeter, Wanita Dickerson, Bill Dow- ling, Donald Duling, Evelyn Elliott, John Ewen, Robert Fleener, Vera Belle Floyd, Rolland Florea, Irene Gaddis. Fourth row: Sarah Gardner, John Gerstortt, Don Grind e, Kei'h Haisley, Betty Harshman, Shirley Mae Harvey, Joyce Havens, Paul Haynes, Arthur Henderson, Dorothy Hodson. Hansel Hollenback, Jack Homrighous, Edwin Hoover, Kenneth Howard. Third row: Ellen Hughes, Hu.ert Hughes, Billy Huston. Freshman Class Barbara Murray: and "The Importance ot' Home Life." by Betty Pattison. In March the freshmen decided it was time for their last party of the year. The result was that a chili supper and a party were held in the gym on March 27. As the basketball team had won the Seetional. the first team and the student manag- er were special guests invited to the party. On April 2, the green and white freshman flag went up signifying the day for the annual inter- clas- track meet. This proud banter was made by Norma Bright. Barbara Winans. Catherine Turn- er. and Phyllis Wigner, The seniors and sopho- mores won ox er the juniors and freshmen. taking all but two firsts, After the meet there was much scrambling and running to get a piece of the bad- ly battered ilag. Mrs. Myrtle E. Giloieath has had personal in- terviews with all members ot' the freshman class. With each -he discussed vocational ideas and as- pirations. Also. as is the custom for every fresh- man elass. each person made a career book con- taining an outline ol' a chosen career and informa- tion about it. With this activity. ninety-two freshmen closed a most successful year. Class sponsors were Adeline Mart Nall and Ev- erett Chapman. resigned. and Forre.-t G. Witsman. Emerson Jones, Richard Jones, Virgil Kirkpatrick, Francis Lamb, Junior Lee. Bill McClintock, Galen Mahoney, Har- old Miler, Bob Mitchener, Carolyn Moon. Philip Moon. Se:ond row: Thurman Mott, Barbara Murray, Marylou O'De1l, Norma Painter, Betty Pattison, Dorothy Powell, Mildred Pratt, Don Reeves, Charles Reismiller, John Rey- nolzis, Charles Rhoads, Alice Richardson, Merrill Royal, Charles Scott. First row: Violet Scott, Adrian Seifert, Arthur Shields, Dale Shrontz, Dorothy Smith, Clair Street, Catherine Turner, Jim Wagner, Harold Walker, Betty Weaver, Bob Wilkinson, Wayne Williams, Phyllis Wigner, Barbara Winans. Ray Yafe. Members whose pictures do not appear are Walter Fer- guson, Paul Kemmer, and Robert Roe. Q aw. ' 5: .. Y 'R de ,tg A my A xl A . ,F 34 -'. . "' ii L: ' 'F' ' Bottom row, left to right: Max Stevens. Vivian Telter. Loris Thomas, Frank Underwood. Ruth Ve- tor, Delores Voorhis. Second row: Lois Purviance, Donald Ray, James Roth, Helen Smith, Max Smith. Marjorie Spahr. Third row: Robert Middleton, Ruth Mittank. Here schel Moon, Joan Nave, Dorothy Norris, Annabel Pattison. Fourth row: Carolyn Gaddis, Martha Gibson. Mary Grindle, Ruth Harrold, Wilbert Jones, Mary Kinch. Gene Lewis. Top row: Mary Addison. Gladys Biven. George Bryan. Joan Carl. Louise Cox, Donna Dale, Virginia Eastburn. Class members whose names do not appear are Robert Davidson, Robert Shumaker, Hazel Stanley. and Bessie Stanley. INTRGDUCING The Seventh Grade Advancing from the North Ward and some of the township schools, the seventh grade pupils came into the junior high and elected officers. Bill Beck, being vice-president had charge of class meetings, after the president moved. Bill was also secretary-treasurer, The seventh grade has had a Halloween party and a Valentine party during the school year. Both of these were held in the high school gymnasium and Home Economics room. Chester Riner was faculty sponsor. K 8 9' 5 . :,. INTRODUCING The Eighth Grade lVl0llllJL'l'S ol' the eighth grade in the least year of junior high elected officers under the :ponsorship of M. L. Stevens. Officers fluct- ed were: Donna Dale .......... ...President Robert Middleton . . .Vice-president Jay Adams .... Secretary-treasure' Jim Roth .......... Breeze reporter A farewell party for classmates Jay and Jare Adams was given in December in the Home Economics room. A second party was held late in the year. Top row. left to right: Betty Adams. Donna Baker. Bill Beck, Betty Blessing, Joan Bright, Paul Bright, Tom Byrd. Fourth row: Willard Connor, Jay Dale. Shirley Dickerson. Wayne Dicks. Edna Felton. Betty Gard- ner, Bruce Gossett. Third row: Jimmy Harshbarger. John Hoskins, Gene Hutiman. Madonna Jones, Joe Kinch, Lillian Listenfelt. Leland Mahoney. Second row: Rodney Miller, Arthur Pernod, Ma- bel Reismiller, Ellouise Rust, David Sauder, Shirley Scott, Robert Shockey. First row: Max Shrontz, Jean Spahr, Jack Telier. Evelyn Walser, Rolland Wigner, Betty Williams, Wilbur Williams. Class members whose pictures do not appear are Barbara Benbow, Robert Benbow, Bertha Butcher, Francis Byrd. Evelyn Davis, Bob Justus, Gene Smith, Mary Vetor. -E wfx L55 . Z gxfx 1 Q5 +1 YN ,AIR J X ls- X Q KJM 1,-5 GRKJSSQ S' , B, -,A ly . X -wb x M .A at .lg lf' QQ 'H' 1 1, .. - I JZ,f'j,, 'il -.,u ,, QE , ff . , Q Q51 K XY l-I 4 5 1+ g 0 :elf ,f X52 gt, A nach N- 9, :fx M: Lg lr AX'.s Third row: Charles Gaddis. Francis Hia'1, George Hartlng. Marvin Gaither. L el a n d Compton. Se:ond row: l-'red E. Wood, advisor: Mary Helen Du ing, Joan Fields, Wilma Couch. Bill Beasley. First row. left to right:-A Marjorie Trice, Vera Ruth Rail ii. Maxine Suence. l INTRODUCING The Honor Socic-:tu OFFICERS OF HONOR SOCIETY President .......... Leland Compton Vice-pre-ident ......... Bill Beasley Secretary ............. Wilma Couch Treasurer ...... Mary Helen Duling The Fairmouztt chapter of the National Honor society was established ii 1927. Since that time the local organization has been an actixe group, adding new mem- bers each semester. The faculty chooses members for the Honor society from the junior and senior classes. This year an amendment to the local congtitution made it possible for five per cent of the junior class to be elected at the completion of the fifth seme3ter: then ten per cent at the end of the sixth semester: and fifteen per cent of the first-semester seniors. All those making the honor roll at the time of graduation are eiigible for election to the National Honor society. Symbolical of character, service. scholarship. and leadership are the red and white ribbons which are presented to each new member at a special convocation. The main function of the organization is primarily to give honor to those studrnts who have distinguished themselves in their high school careers. As a secondary purpose the Honor society exists in order to stimulate students to be good students. upright citizens. and strong leaders in high school, Each spring, following the election of new members. the society has a paixy at which the new members are informally initiated, Since 1938 Frederick E Wooil ras been the faculty advisor for the Honor society. OFFICE FORCES Left to right Lois Jane Parks, Wilma Couch Maflorie Craw. Carrie Opal Millar. Joan Fields rnd Maxine Siegel, clerk. lN'l'ltODUClNG The Journalism Class It is the journalism class of Fairmount high school which publishes the weekly school paper, The Breeze. Thi-' same class anfually publishes the high szhool year book. 'This Black and Gold is the 1942 edition. It ir Miss Eleanor Chapmairs job as faculty adxifor to supervise the writing and pub- lieation of both. In order to raise n1o'ey for the Breeze fund members of the journalism staff sold candy. ice cream and cokes at the home basketball games and duri'g noon hours throughout the year. In addition the class also spoisored a Halloween carnival: booster plates were also sold. Black and Gold Staff Editor .......,...... Bill Beasley y Q Assistant editor. , ,Wilma Couch Advertxsmg manager .,.,...,.........Joan Fields i x . Business manaffer I S ' ' Leland Compton ' Feature editor ..,........ Ruthanna Sutton Sports editor ......... .Tack Fox 1,4-culatlon managers Mara Helle Haisley. Marjorie Trice Staff typists and reporters Mara Belle Haisley, Jack Fox. Marjorie Trice, Mar- jorie Craw, Charles Buck. Ray Lynch, Sam Leer, and Milford Adams. Breeze Staff Editor . ..,..,.,,...,.. Bill Beasley Assistant editor ...... Wilma Coucn Business manager. .Leland Compton Advertisinq manager. . .Joan Fields Feature editors ..,,, Marjorie Craw Ruthanna Sutton Sports editor ....,,....... Jack Fox Circulation managers Marjorie Trice Ruthanna Sutton Staif typists and reporters Mara Belle I-Iais ey, .Tack Fox. Charles Buck. Sam Leer. Ray Lynch, and Milford Adams. Herman Spahr was one of the ad- vertising managers the first semes- ter. He is now serving in the U. S. Navy. Breeze and Black and Gold Staffs First row, left to riqht: Wilma Couch. Marjorie Craw. Mara Belle Haisley. Joan Fields. Ruthanna Sutton. Second row: Marjorie Trice. Ray Lynch. Jack Fox, Miss Eleanor Chapman, faculty advisor. Too row: Mvlford Adams. Sam Leer, Charles Buck, Leland Comp- ton, Bill Beasley. The Black and Gold is the traditional itanie for that was the Fairmount high school annual, Last year was departed from and a different theme tried. This year we have reverted to the traditional title. The journalism class believed that by briiging the traditional Black and Gold up to date it would be possible to give you more of what you wanted. It is the sincere wish of the members of this class that you will get as big a "kick" from the 1942 Black arid Gold as they did in working on it. J B of t whc elow you see pictured the thirteen members he class with the exception of Herman Spahr joined the navy in December. I-'lfih row Jane! Glbson Colleen Ton row Francns Kesler Barbara Wmans Marylou ODell Carol Buck Caro yn Moon .Joro ny Powell Bar bara Brown Margaret Pulley Phyllxs Wmner Irene Gaddxs Mxldred Pratt Dorothy Smxih and Evelyn Elhoit Kxrkpainck Hlldred ODell Shlrley Wmslow Ruth Brown Norma Pernod Martha Jean Compton Mxnam Salzs bury Dorothy Hodson Dons Jessup Marlone Truce and Mara Belle Haxsley Fourth row Joan Nicholson Dons Deeier Barbara Murray Pat Brewer Marlon Davis Eva Jean Cassell Betty Ann Palixson Betty Street Dorothy Smxth and Eve yn Jervis Thxrd row Mxss Lorene Robmson fa ulty advxsor Catherme Turner Betty Weaver Treva Davxs Anwabell Porter Betty Florea Joan Sauder Lor ene Txius and Barbara Riggs Se ond row Vera Ruth Ralhif Phyl lxs Hoggatt Leah Hxzxay Belly Henry Vxolei econ Delores Rlcks Norma Jean Pamter Vera Belle Floyd and Shu-ley Mae Harvey Furs! row lei! to nght Rnhanna Sutton Martha Leer Norma Manson Mary Harvey Joan Wmslow Dona Carey Charlenv Perry Joan Fields and Walla Mae Peterson Mem ers whose pctures do not ap pear are June Craw Manlvn Gaddxs Phyllxs McManaman All e R chardson Th-fa'-efh Gwynn Wxlma Couch and Kathleen Jones Haynes Vxrgzl Kxrkpalrxck Gene Pe ierson Charles Voorhxs Don Rhoads Alvm Ferree Paul M Cracken Second row Ralph Spence John Wmslow Charles McCracken Harry Holloway Calvm Ry ol! Robert Jonas Harold Walker Kexth I-Iaxs ey Fxrsi row left to nght George Ice Stanley Felton Charles Rhoads .hm my Davxs Bob Wmans Phxl Davxs Gene Peterson and Bob Wmans are no longer members of ihe Future Farmers organuahon Top row Charles Slauier Stanton Galey Alv n Ferree Ralph Spence Da e Re der Jchn Wmslow Dale Metz er Le and Compton Th rd row James McCormick Ro keri Jones St2n'ey Felton Johnny Pamier Ray Lynch Charles McCrack en George Km! Charles Gaddxs Se ond row Ch rles Yale Paul Mc Cra ken Melvm Rsst Nolan Spence Char es Wesco Jack Smhmesser Maunce Br les Raymond Ellxoii d vxsnr Fu-st row eil o gh! 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X V -- - ' 'Q -' ' - L if 1 1 ' ' 'A ' scrvicvs at ' - ' X if ' Th. First row, lett to right: Wayne Dicks, Max Stevens. Francis Lamb, Max Shrontz. Dale Shrontz. Second row: Paul Walter, faculty advisor, Dale Reeder, Howard Lewis. Richard Jones, Milford Daily. Top row. left to right: Max Walker, Charles Gaddis, John Lambert. Dale Reeder, Richard Jones, John McCombs, Kenneth Howard. Second row: Charles Wesco, Junior Mount, Ernest Carey, Ralph Ry- bolt, George Beck. First row: James McCormick, Wayne Williams. Lefand Mahoney, Fran- cis Lamb, Don Ray, Wade Murray, L. I-I, Nolte, taculty advisor. Not pictured are Bob Mitchener, Walter Ferguson, Dale Shrontz, Max Stevens. Jim Waoner. and Hansel Hollenback. First row, left to right: Phyl'is Wigner, Lois Purviance, Vivian Telter, Marylou 0'Dell, Martha Jane Pulley, Jean Spahr, Beverly Briles, Mary Ann Pulley, and Barbara Winans. Second row: Delores Voorhis, Carolyn Gaddis, Annabel Pattison, Mil- dred Pratt, Betty Titus, Frances Kesler, Suzy Reynolds, Catherine Turner, Dorothy Norris, and Joan Nicholson. Lola Wiqner, Dorothy Smith. and Mary Vetor do not appear in the picture. They were in the twirling corps, but did not participate in fioor shows. Pictures of Martha 'ean Cooper, majorette, and Charles Nes':itI, drum major, appear on page 5. INTRODUCING THE STAMP CLUB Milford Daily ..... President Max Shrontz. .Vice-president Howard Lewis ..See'y-tieas. E-.nys intere.-ted ii stamps. or- ganized a Stamp club under ad- visor Paul D. Walter this year, The purpoe of the club is to trade. buy, and study stamps of all origins. colors and designs, In doing this, the members purchas- ed :even new stamp albums and several United States and general stamp catalogues. Mr. Walter was host at a spring party held for the ten members of the club. Sev- eral boys outside the club became interested in this hobby toward the last of the year and conse- quently the club has a good fu- ture. Meetiigs were held each Thursday and Friday during the third period. MODEL CLUB Dale Reeder ........ President Charles Gaddis. .Vice-president Ralph Rybolt ....... Secretary Max Walker ........ Treasurer One month after school started a ntw club was organized. It was the Model club sponsored by Leonard H. Nolte, shop instructor. The club met third period every Thursday, and occasional meet- ings were held in the gym on Wcdneday nights. One of these meetings featured an indoor air- plane model flying contest. A fly- ing model meet at Purdue was entered by Charles Wesco, Sev- eral other members attended this meet. As a climax for the year, the members built airplane mod- els for the government, a job which proved to be an interesting test of the ability of the model builders. TWIRLING CORPS A twirling corps was formed this year with Martha Jean Cooper, majorettc, responsible for starting it. She was appointed student instructor and much credit is due her. Charles Nesbitt, drum major. was the only boy to twirl the baton this year. The Corps presented a floor show. accompanied by the band, at each of the eight home basket- ball games, Twelve twirlers and the majorette participated in the County Rural Youth Amateur contest and received third place. Eight twirlers and the majorette performed at the Stamp and Bond shows held in Fairmount, Sum- mitville and Alexandria in the spring. Each girl made her own uni- form excepting the majorettc whose uniform was presented to the school bv the local chapter of Veterans of Foreign Wars. INTRODUCING THE DEBATE CLUB From this group on the right came a sectional winning debate team. This team, composed of Wilma Couch and John Winslow, affirmatives, and George Harling aid Bill Beasley, negatives, won the Indiana High School Debating League sectional held at Elwood in February. From there the team members went to the Regional debate at Earlham College where they were defeated by a strong Rushxille group, During the year the Debate club attended tourna- ments and coiferences at Rush- ville aid at Purdue university. in addition to several practice meets with W a b a s h, Sweetser. and Greentown. All club work wa: carried oi outside school hours. Frederick E. Wood is faculty ad- visor. BOY SCOUTS This is Troop 20 of the Meshin- gomesia area council of the Boy Scouts of America. sponsored by the Fairmount school system. During the past year these boys have takea the responsibility for collecting much needed waste paper by making a house to house canvass of Fairmount and vicin- ity. So that this could be done more economically the school board financed the purchase of a truck for joint use by the Scouts and the school. Several boys have taken special emergency training this year. The Scouts furiished a color guard for all the home basketball games. Each Armistice day they place a wreath on the monument honoriig Fairinount's World War dead. CAMERA CLUB Founded and sponsored by Ru- pert Kilgore, the Camera club has concerned itself with taking more a'd better pictures, This group has studied the operation and care of the camera and the tech- nique of taking good pictures. Members of the club have exhib- ited their prize photos in several contests during the past year. We wish to thank Mr. Kilgore and those students who provided pic- tures for the snapshot page of this annual. First row, left to right: Wilma Couch, Eva Jean Cassell, Barbara Brown, Joan Fields. Second row: Frederick E. Wood, faculty advisor, John Winslow, George Hai-ting, Ralph Ryzolt, Stanton Galey, Bill Beasley. .First-row, left to right: Bill Dowfing, Bob Titus. Donald Ray, Bill Beck, Bill Wxgner, Francis Lamb, Max Stevens. Second row: Jay Dale, Adrian Seifert, Jim Roth, Wilhert Jones, Hansel Hollenkxack, Rodney Miller, Gene Lewis, Wayne Dicks. .Third row: Ivan Seward, scoutmaster: 'Walter Ferguson, George Kind, Jim Wagner, Stanton Galey, Gene Murphy, Milford Daily. Walter Bannister, Paul Kemmer and Bill Harvey do not appear in the picture. W. C. Wagner, not pictured, is assistant scoutmaster. Front row. leit to right: Eileen Bannon. Mary Harvey, Martha Leer, Willie Peterson. dEack row: Charles Nesbitt, Dale Shrontz. Junior Mott, Rupert Kilgore, 3 VISOI. Martha Jean Cooper, majorette. Back row, from left to right: Milford Adams, John Lam- bert, Janet Gibson, Joan Fields, and Doris Jessup. Seventh row: Carol? Moon, Robert Davidson, Wayne Williams. and Ronald inch. Sixth row: Donald Grindle, Gail Mason, Lorene Titus, Margaret Pulley, and Jo Ann Sauder. Fi th row: Rupert Kilgore, director, Leland Compton, Charles Buck, Virginia Gibson, Vera Ruth Ratiti, and INTRODUCING Donna Carey. Fourth row: Paul Van Ness, Annabell Pattison, Ruth Mittank, Delores Voorhis, and Charles Nesbitt. Third row: Gene Murphy, Bill Beasley, Bar.ara Brown, Marilyn Gaddis, and Josephine Velaxguez. Second row: Dale Metger. Edwin oover. Lola Wigner, Treva Davis, and Janis elml. First row: Mary Helen Duling, Paul McCracken, Robert Middleton, Betty Florea, and Ralph Ryholt. The Fairmount Hiqh School Band The high school band became the "best dressed" organization of our high school by acquiring its new uniforms shown in the above picture. Fairmount business men engaged the band to play concerts on Saturday nights during the sum- mer of 1941. Proceeds were used to pay for the new uniforms. Other methods of raising money were used with hearty cooperation of the entire community. The local unit of the V. F. W. pre- sented our band with its majorette uniform. Following is an account of the activities of the band members since September. 1941. Shortly aft- er school started. a concert was given at the eve- ning session of the annual convention of the Grant county Y. W. C. A. The Halloween festival parade was led by this group. On receiving the new uniforms in December. a dedication concert was presented and martial music played during eight basketball games. They played during in- termissions at the county basketball tournament held January 16 and 17. Un Januaiy 28. the band traveled to Muncie to hear a concert by the Ball State band. In honor of William Dare's one hun- dredth birthday. the band paid him a musical tribute. On April 15. these boys an-d girls were privileged to see a performance of the comic op- era. "The Barber of Seville." in Hartford City. An ensemble from the band provided music for com- mencement exercises at the Fowlerton grade school. The T. N. T, musical revue was a program presented entirely by the music department. It was the largest music performance of the year within the school, and the band played an im- portant part in its presentation. Two "Stamp and Bond" shows were given with this group partici- pating in both. As in previous years. the band participated in the Ball State music festival in Muncie on May 4. The attnual observance of Hospital Day at the Veterans' hospital in Marion on May 17, found our band marching and playing. On May 21. the last concert of the school year was played at Com- mencement exercises. A high school orchestra, composed of members who are in the band. completed a busy year also. The orchestra provided music for the junior and senior class plays. the Sectional winner's banquet, and participated in the T. N. T. Musical revue. INTRODUCING THE CHOIR The high school choir, twen- ty strong, met every Thursday and Friday during the third period to practice in the audi- Lorium. Selected tenors and basses from the D055 Glee club and selected sopranos a'd altos from the Girls Glee club com- posed the choir. Since the very beginning of the school term, the choir has been popular throughout the community, singing at various churches and before other or- ganizations, The first public appearance was made at the Frie:-ds church, February 15. On February 22, Rupert Kil- gore. director, took the group to Center church. The next ap- peaiance occurred at the Easter service, held in the Friends church on Friday ait- ernoon. April 3. On that after- noon the entire student body attended the Easter service. April 5. saw the group at the Methodist church in Fowlerton and April 12. at the Methodist church in Fairmount. The choir also participated in the three Stamp and Bond programs held April 20. April 29. and May 1. On May 3 the choir sang once more at the Friends church and May 4 found this group participating in the Ball State music festival in Muncie. The last public appearance this year was at the Baccal- aureate services held on May 17. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Each Monday morning the Girls Glee club met in the au- ditorium to sing. On March 17. these girls sang "Song of the Bayou" at TNT. On May 21, Commence- ment, both Girls and Boys Glee clubs sang t'When Day is Done." Rupert Kilgore was in charge. BOYS' GLEE CLUB Members in the Boys' Glee club met every Tuesday with Rupert Kilgore directing. On March 17, this group par- ticipated in TNT. a musical re- vue put on by the school mu- sic departmcnt. In TNT these boys sang several songs of the old Southland, This group sang "When Day is Done" along with the Girls' Glee club at the Commence- ment cxercises on May 21. First row, left to right: Betty Coffman, Virginia Gibson. Marjorie Trice, Joan Sauder. Phylis Hoggatt, Shirley Mae Harvey. Dorothy Smith, Ruthanna Sutton. Mara Belle Haisley, Janis Helms, Second row: Johnny Lambert, Geor Slauter, Georqe Kind, Jim Wagner, Dale Margaret Pulley. ge Harting, Charles Buck, Charles Metzger, Jim Baker. Leland Comp- ton, Bill Beasley, Rupert Kilgore, advisor. First row. left to right: Mara Belle Leer. Norma Mattson. Joan Fields, Mavis Second row: Betty Pattison, Kathleen Haisley, Ruthanna Sutton, Martha Hollenback, Dorothy Powell. Lynch, Marjorie Trice, Joan Sauder, Margaret Pulley. Doris Mi.ler, Shirley Mae Harvey, Donna Carey. Dorothy Smith. Third row: Shirley Winslow. Virginia ion Davis. .Mary Helen Duling, Ruthanna Kirkpatrick, Rupert Kilgore, advisor. Gibson, Martha Jean Compton, Mar- Davidson, Phyllis Hoggatt, Colleen 1-ourth row: Carol Buck, Charlene Perry, Hildred O'DelZ, Ada Quearry, Betty Cotiman, Treva Davis. Caroline Moon, Joan 'Winslow, Janis Helms. Lois Jane Parks. Not pictured is Kathleen Jones. First row, left to right: George Harting, Charles Buck, Paul McCracken, Charles Yale, George Kind, Keith I-Iais'ey, Charles Nesbitt. Second row: Johnny Lambert, Charles Slauter, Dale Metzger. Jim Wagner, Lel'n'l Compton. Bill Beasley, Rupert Kilgore. advisor. Members not pictured are Jim Baker, Mason. Paul Van Ness, Hay Yale, and Gail 5 INTRODUCING Left to right: The Darsitq Top row: Gene Peterson, Clvde Underwood, .lack Gift, af d Charles Voorhis. Middle row: Leland Compton, Max Walker, Don Rhoads, and Charles Gaddis. Bottcm row: Everett Chapman, coach, Jett Titus, George Ice, and Gerrald Underwood, student manager. Gene Peterson, a senior, has played two years as a regular on the varsity squad. He plays in for- ward position and is known as a let't-hand- hook-shot artist. "Pt-ie" was high scorer for the Quakers during the 15241- -12 season. Clyde Underwood, a senior. advanced to the varsity iri his last year to play as the regular in center position. Clyde had an eye for the basket and was hard to stop, Jack Gift, a senior. has earned three stripes on tne Varsity by playing in guard position for three years. "Gifty" was a good passer and his "fat-:ic" dribbling baffled oppon' ents. Charles Voorhis, a sen- ior. leaves the team after playing on the squad as regular for one year and as reserve for one year. Charles is a "dead rye" shot trom any place on the playing floor. Second Row: Leland Compton, a sen- ior. has been relerye cen. ter for two years. Lt-land was known as the team's general utility man as he could play any position in which he was placed. Max Walker, a sopho- more. played as ressrxe forward during the last season. Max has a lot oi' basket ability and will be hard to handle next year. Don Rhcads, a senior. played as a regular for- ward during this season and was a reserve for- ward during this season was a good ball "hand- lcr" and could hit from the side of the floor. Charles Gaddis. a sen- ior. was one of the re' serve guards. "Chick" was another of Fair- mount's southpaws. Everett Chapman, coach. resigned in April and was replaced by For- rest G. Witman. .left Titus, a junior, was reserve forward anfl his height will be helpful to the squad next year, George Ice. a junior. filled the other reserve guard position. Georges speed a'd accuracy for the basket will be wel- comed next year. G er rald Underwood, Student manager. INTRODUCING The 1942 Sectional lDinners To your left are pictured the boys coached by Everett Chapman who carried off the honors when they won the Marion Sectional tourney for Fair- mount high school this year by defeating the Gas City, Marion, and Swayzee teams. In the game with the Marion Giants the Quakers were at the highest peak in their playing ability and were hitting a large percentage of their shots. which the Giants were unable to prevent. Defeating Marion was a great honor for these boys since Marion had not been defeated by any county team for twelve consecutive years. Fair- mount has been the only school in the county ever to defeat the county seat team. After winning from the Giants the Quaker team went ahead and won the Fairmount participated in the finals of the coun- ty tournament after defeating Swayzee and Sweet- ser and was defeated by the Jonesboro Zebras in the finals by two points. Our team was forced to play a double-overtime game with the Sweetser Braves in the semi-finals in order to advance to the finals. The local team also shared the honors in a three- way tie with Swayzee and Van Buren for county conference title this year. All three teams ended conference play with a .666 percentage. Next year's souad will be chosen from the three junior boys on the varsity and the boys pictured at the bottom of this page. who make up the Quaker second team. These boys have also had a very successful season and won 15 games of Regional against North Mafehe inated by the Tipton Blucdevils The Quakers ended their 1941 son with a total of 21 wins and first game in the ster but was elim- in the finals. -42 basketball sea- 7 losses. 20 played. O. H. Rigbee held a total of 93 points. scoring honors w ith The seconds participated against the St. Paul's first team ot' Marion and won. The score was 351 to 20, v The Season Summarq of Games Plaqed ls As Follows Fairmount.. Tipton ......... Eli,-,,,,,l,m r -15 Fairmount Sumnutville ... F'4,1,-,m,l,m, .27 Fairmount Jefferson Two. Falrmmll-,gl .28 Fairniount Windfall .... Fm,-,,,4,um g A345 Fairmount Gas City .... Fall-moum. '39 Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Left to rlqhtz Gaston ....... Silent Hoosiers Dunkirk Thorntown . . Jonesboro ... Sweetser . . Top row: Gerrald Un- derwood. student man- ager. Ronald Kinch. Bob Trader. Gene Owen, Stantcn Galey. and Ev- erett Chapman, coach. First row: Gecrge Beck. George Ki1d, O. H. Rigs- Lee, and Bob Trindle. Fairmount 32 Fairmount. .36 Fairmount. .37 Fairmount.. 2 Fairmount. .40 Fairmount. .lift Swayzee ....... 21 Fairmount. .34 Summitville -29 Alexandria .... 1524 Fairmount .lil Gas City ..... U14 Swayzee . . . 22 Fairmount. .42 Marion ...... .140 Sweetser . .,'Zl4 Fairmount. .31 Su ayzee . . . . . 128 Jonesboro .... 41 Fairmount. .33 N. M'nch'ster IIZSZ Yorktown .. . 31 Fairmount .25 Tipton ....... IISG Montpelier .... 32 Camden ...... 25 County Tourney St. lVIary's ... ll ' Forfeit Van Buren .... 39 I Sectional Tourney Vlfindfall . ..2T Il Regional Tourney INTRODUCING The Second Team n INTRODUCING THE Freshman basketball Team The Freshman basketball team coached by James Monahan practiced all year but did not play many games. Freshman basketball is essential as it is only one year until the boys are playing second team or varsity basketball. They receive much valuable training during this period. The team played a total of 6 games. winning three and losing three. Scores of the games in which the Freshman team participated are: Fairmount .... 18 Martin Boots tMarionJ 18 Fairmount .... 15 McCulloch Clvlarionb.. 20 Fairmount .... 25 Summitville ......... 13 Fairmount .... 121 Martin Boots .. .. 3-1 Fairmount .... 13 McCulloch ... . 18 Fairmount ..,. 25 Surnmitville .. .. 121 INTRODUCING THE Junior High Basketball Team The junior high team consists of 7th arid 8th grade boys. Ivan Seward directed these boys dur- ing the last season. Of the 1-1 games played. 6 ot' them were won. Games played and the score for each follows: Faiixnount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount .... Fairmount Fairmount Fairmount Fairmou it Jonesboro .. .. 26 Summitville 20 Gas City .. .. 15 Jonesboro ..... 20 Summitville ... lui Ftoyerton .. . .. 15 Swayzee .. .. 19 Gas City .. 12 Summitville 25 Jefferson Twp, 26 Eva ,ts ......... 1-1, .Jonesboro . . .. 16 Swayzee ...... 8 Sumznitville ... 22 Freshman Team Left io right: Third row: Don Reeves. Holland Florea, Richard Jcnes, Junior Mon, Kenneih Howard, and James Mona- han. coach. Se:on:i row: Bill McClin- tock, Junior Lee. Charles Reismiller, Rober: Fleener. Bob Mitchener, and Galen Mahoney. First row: Francis Bright. Jimmy Davis, Bill Dowling. Charles Rhoads, Jack Hom- righous. and Merrill Royaf. Junior High Team Lei! to right: Second rov: Ivan Seward, coach: Holland Wigner, Wil- lard Conner, Max Smith, Max Shrontz, Jack Telier, and Gene Huffman. l-'irsi row: John Hoskins. Jimmy Roth, Bill Beck, Rod- ney Miiler. Robert Middleton, Robert Shoemaker. and Eu- gene Smiih. INTRUDUCING The Baseball Team Fairmount's hast-ball tcam hit an all timc low this yrar and lost cvt-ry gamc playcd but onc which was a tic with Jcffcrson Township when thc gamc was callcd bccausc of rain, Our boys par- ticipatcd in 6 gamcs. Swcct cr won thc round-robin title in Grant county play. Hardball was instituted this year in placc of softball. Schcdulc ot' thc ycar with scores of thc games frr thc Fairmount "hardballcrs" wcrc as follows: Runs Runs Fairmount... . . .7 Jonesboro .. .. 18 Fairmount. . . . , .3 Swayzcc . . . . 14 Fairmount... ...l Gas City . . 6 Fairmount. .. . . .2 Upland . .. 2 Fairmount.. ...3 Swcctscr .. .. 17 Fairmount.. . . .1 Van Buren .. .. 13 BASEBALL TEAM First row left to right: Stan- ton Galey. Phil Sellers, Jack Gift, George Kind. Gene Peter- son. Second row: Max Walker. Ber- nard Butcher. .left Titus. 0. H. Rigsbee, Ronald Kinch. Third row: Charles Voorhis. I-'red Shane. Bob Trader. Lid Adamson, Bob Trindle, Charles Gaddis, Gerrald Underwood. TRACK TEAM Third row, left to right: Bob Ribble. Jeff Titus. Stanton Galey, B111 Beasley. Max Walk- er. Le'and Compton. Middle row: Ray Lynch. Gene Peterson. Jack Gift. Ronald Kinch. Boa Trader. First row: Bob Winans. Fred Powell. Charles Re'smiller. Ed- win Hoover. Merrill Cooper. Francis Hiatt. , ,.. . , f' F123 C The Track Team Total statistics conct-rniig thc track tcam's :ca- son caiinot bc givcn as all mt-cts in which thc Quakers participated had not bccn run when thc annual was printcd. Faiimount's track tcam startcd its schcduli- by mccting Gas City tht-rc, Thc Tiger thinlics pilcd up a large scorc against thc locals. Swcctscr also participatcd at Gas City. Ncxt. on thc Swt-ctsci' track. Fairmount downcd hcr. 67 to 21 points. Thc Quakers thcn t-ntcrtaincd thc Alcxandria Tigcrs at thc fairground and won, with TT points to 23 for Alcxandria. Fairmount placcd third in hcr nt-xt competition which occurrcd at thc Grant county track mt-ct. won by Gas City. In thc Muncie rc- lays. last event for which wc have rcsults. thc ffnly scoring for Fairznount was dont- hy Bob Rilvblc who took second placc in tht- high jumr vfffs Nw. as l S.-B13 at Lei! Io rxghl Mariha Leer Wxlla Mae Peierson Ruiharma Suiton queen June Craw Norma Matison INT RODUCING The Relaq Queen and Her A11e11df1111s 11111111111 NI1111 1 n 111111111 1 ,, N f11?f- 1 LL f111 111 1042 1nn111l F'1111'1111 1111a1Q 11 11c1 111r1 111161 111111. 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