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

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ls'-as... T? I. HUGH CAUGHELL Vocational agriculture and the Future Farmers of Am- erica are Mr. Caugihells re- sponsibilities. He received a B.S.A. from Purdue Uni- versity in 1932. He came to Fairmount in l94-1. EVELYN KESSLER This is Mrs. Kess1er's first year of teaching. She graduated from Indiana University in 1952 with a B. E. in education. She teaches art in the Fairmount schools. Her home town is Peru. PAULL MCCOY Mr. McCoy is finishing his second year at Fair-mount as music instructor. He also has advanced training in art. Mr. McCoy graduated from Marion Colle-ge with a B.S. degree in 1951. LEWIS E. BERG Mathematics is the sub- ject Mr. Berg teaches at F. H.S. He received an A.B. from DePauw University in 1938 and his M.A. from Syracuse University in 1940. Bremen is his home town. WILLIE ALLRED Mrs. Allred is finishing her first year of work in the principals office. Sponsored by Glacier Peat ELIZABETH J. WOOD Mrs. Wood teaches Eng- lish and sponsors the Junior Debate Club. Mrs. Wood taught at Fairmount for six years in the 1930's after she g1'aduate:l from Ball State. JAMES H. MONAHAN In 1929 James Monahan graduated from F.H.S. and in 1933 from Tarkio College. He has also attended Butler and Ball State. He teaches commerce and c 0 a c h e s iunior high basketball. JOAN LEA MCTURNAN Parker City is Miss Mc- Turnan's home. This is her sixth year at Fairmount. In 1945 she received an A.B. from Butler University. Miss lVIcTurnan serves as director for -1-H and F.H.A. EARL MCANALLY M1-. McAnally, w'ho flor five years has taught indus- trial arts at Fairmount High. received a B.S. degree from Ball State in 1948. Mr. 1VlcAna11y supervises all track activities. Moss 5... 'K x X, .A 3 i,V 'ei 9 W HK 'M-movin ORTY 'YEAR E HB f QR M -2: ' 5 W- SQ xqxv Q NX Y NX C Q.. fi Siiii EK Y jkflwfll' H ! . R I - ,Q ,f .,X,, g Ablz ,,:AA b ,,,, ,E , X ,f . .. -'EQ-1. 1,3 kg . A k "'- 1' N S Q 3 Q A. , I R . -F'-. I Q , l Academy Flower Shop-A1 Roth Designer FREDERIC NOEL PARRILL, Jr. - "Frederico" Track, Class Officer 11, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, F Club, Debate Club 1', 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Breeze Staff 4, Black and Gold 4, Boy Scouts 1, Football 4, N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Dance Club 1, 4Boy's State 31, Music Club 4, 'Class Play 3, 4. MARY LOUISE BRUNER - "Weesie" F.H.A. 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Breeze Staff 4, Black 85 Gold 4, Dance Club 4. LOLA LOUISE SMALL - "Smalley" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Booster Cub 3, 4, Class Officers 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Drarnatics 3. 4, WF-,H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Thes-pains 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Choir 1, 3, 4, Trio 3 ,4, Class Plays 2, 3, 4, 'Girl's State WILLIAM RAY PAYNE - "Willie" Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Projectionist 2, Class Officer 3, 4, Student 'Council 2, Drarnatics 2, F. F. A. 1. 2, Thespians 3, 4, Breeze Staff 4, Black 8a Gold 4, Quill 8a Scroll 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, Football 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Legion Award 1, Dance Club 4, Class Plays 2, 3, 4. RICHARD ALLEN GRINDLE - "Dick" Track 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 'Cross Country 1, 2, Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, F. F, A- 1, 2, 3, Thespians 3, 4, F-Club 1, 2, 4-H Club -1, 2, 3, Class Plays 3, 4. JUDITH ROSANN KESLER - "Blondie" Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, F.H-A. 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Choir 1, 3 4, Breeze Staff 4, Black 8z Gold 4, 44H 'Club 1, Girl Scouts 1 2, 3, 4, Dance Club 1, 3, 4, Quill 8a Scroll 4, Class Plays 2, 3, Girls' State. KAY ANN SMITH - "Katy" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-ed Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Booster Club 1, 2, Student Council 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Thespians 3, 4, Quill 85 Scroll 4, Choir 1, Breeze Staff 4, Black :Sz Gold 4, Dance Club 1, 2, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Class Plays 2, B, 4. BERNARD J. LEHMAN - "Chicago" Basketball 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, F-Club 3, 4, Breeze Staff 4, Black 8: Gold 4, Dance Club 3, 4. Class Play 4. Sponsored By Beatrice Food Company PHILIP G. COMPTON - "Fender Bender" Baseball 13 Football 43 Student Council 43 Dra- rnatics 3. 43 lF.F.A. 1. 2, 3. 43 Thespians 3. 43 Choir 1, 3, 43 4-H Club 1. 2. 3. 43 Honor Society 4. GLORIA MARLENE EARNEST - "Marty" Booster Club 1. 2. 3 43 ,Class Officer 43 F.H.A. 2, 3. 4: Honor Society 3. 43 Quill 8: Scroll 43 Breeze Staff 43 Black 81 Gold 43 Dance Club 43 Class Plays 2, 3. JANET LEE BLAIR - "Bessie" Basketball 2: Volleyball 2: Softball 23 Booster Club l, 2. 3. 4: Draniatics 33 W.C.T.U. 23 F.H.A. 2. 43 Thespians 33 Debate 1. 2. 3: Choir 13 Breeze Staff 43 Black 8z Gold 4: 43H Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Jr- F.H.A. Advisor 43 N.F.L. 1. 2, 3. 43 Quill 85 Scroll 4: Class Plays 2. 3, 4. DONALD EUGENE CROMER - "Crow" Track 1. 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2 3, 43 F-Club 2, 3. 43 Dance Club 3. 4. CHARLES EUGENE DUMPERT - "Charlie" Basketball 2. 3, 43 Class Officer 43 Football 43 Dance Club 3, 43 F.F.A. 1, 2. 3, 43 F-Club 4. BARBARA JEAN BOZE - "Bozo" G.A.A. 3. 43 V-F-W. Essay 3: F-H.A, 43 Thespians 4: Y-Teens 3: Choir 3. 43 Dance Club 3. 4: Duet 4: Trio 43 Quartet 43 Octet 4. WANDA LEE CARR - "Ducker" Basketball 1. 2. 3, 43 Co-ed Volleyball 2. 3. 43 Softball 1, 23 Booster Club 1: Class Officer 3: GA. A. 2. 3, 43 Twirling 2. 33 F.H.A. l. 2, 33 Quill gl Scroll 4. Honor Society 43 Choir 1 2: Breeze Staff 4: Black K Gold 43 Dance Club 1. 2, 43 Class Plays 3, 4. JAMES R. ELLINGWOOD - "Jim" Basketball 3, 4: Cross Country 33 Class Officer 1- 2. 3: Drarnatics 2. 3: Pest Contest 1. 23 F.F.A. 1. 2. 33 Thespians 3: Honor Society 3, 4: F-Club 4: Choir 43 Dance Club 4: Hi-Y Club 3. 43 Football 4: Class Plays 2, 3, 4. 'UM Compliments of Fairmount Hardware JAMES RICHARD GOSNELL -- "Tulip" Football 4g Freshman Student Manager lg Pro- jectionist 3, 45 Band 1, SANDRA JILL CORN - "Mousie" Volleyball 23 Softball 23 Class Officer 2, G.A.A. 3, 4g Twirling 2: F.H.A. 1. 2, 3, 4g Choir 13 Breeze Staff 43 Black and 'Gold 45 Dance Club 1. 4, Quill Sz Scroll 4: Class Plays 2. 3. 4. ILLA MAXINE FLOYD - "Dimples" G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 23 4-H Club l. 2. 3. 43 Dance Club 4. D. DEWAYNE PAYNE - "Wink" Track 1, 2. 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2. 3 45 Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Class Officer lg F-Club 1. 2, 3. 4, Breeze Staff 4: Black 85 Gold 41 Dance Club 1, 3, 4. CHARLES LEE PERSINGER - "Windy" Track 1. 2g Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1. 2g Poetry Contest 31 F-Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Boy Scouts 1. 2, Hi-Y 3, Dance 'Club 2. 3. 4. ANNETTE RAE DAVIDSON - "Yak Yak" Basketball 43 Volleyball 3. 43 Choir 3, 45 Girl Scouts 3. 4g Dance Club 4: Music Club 43 Quartet 43 Class Play 4. MARILYN SUE HARVEY - "Swayzee" Y-Teens 2. RICHARD ALLEN JONES - "Chester" F.F.A. 1. 2, 3. 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 4g Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3. Complimenis of Reeves' Standard Service JERRY MACY LEWIS - "Jerry" Track 1. 2. 3. -1: Cross Country 2: Projectionist 4: FFA. 1. 2. 3. 4: F-Club 2. 3, 4. 4-H Club 1, 2. CAROL SUE DYE - "Susie" FHA. 2. 3. 4: Honor Society 3. 4: Class Plays 2. 3. JANET SUE HOLLENBECK - "Jan" GAA. 2. 3. -1: Booster Club 3: Draniatics 2. 3, 4: FHA. 1. 2. 3. -1: Thespians 2. 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Choir 1. 4: Girl Scouts 1. 2: Dance Club 1, 2: Radio Club -1: Class Plays 2, 3. 4. CHARLES C. PEACH - "Soggy" Baseball 2. 3. 4: F-Club 2. 3. 4: Choir 3. 4: Breeze Staff -1: Black BQ Gold -1: Boy Scouts 1: Dance Club 1.2.3. -1. HAROLD WILLIAM PRATT. Jr. - "Ollie" Tliespians 4: Boy Scouts 1. 2. 3: Dance Club 3. 4: Football 4. UVA MARLENE HOLLENBECK - "Cheeta" Softball 21 Librarian -1: Booster Club 2. 3, -1: F. HA. 2. 3. 4: Breeze Staff-1: Black X Gold -1: Dance Club -1: Quill 8z Scroll -l ESTHEB LEOTA HOLLOWAY - "Estie" Prayer Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens 3, -L. HENRY A. PRINE - "Henry" Track 1, 2, 3. 4: Baseball 3. 4: Cross Countrv -1: Booster Club 2: F.F.A. 1: F-Club 3, 4: Dance Club 3. 4: Hi-Y Club 3. 1 f , 1. 'Z .g 1:12725 4 mf i - - 9 ,Q . ff' 4 : W .. ,f ,, I , 5 V 1 . h . I ey' 'V . . .1 -Z" I ' ' rf' Q rf' . if 3, if! f 1 ' a ft. . I Sponsored By Crist Cleaners 'QQ Z IRVIN JAMES POLK - "Irv" Student Manager 4: Band 3. 4: Choir 3. 4: Music Club 3: Class Plays 3. 4. SHIRLEY ANNE EARLINE KESLER - "Blue Eyes" 3 Librarian 1: Y-Teens 3: Choir 1: Girl Scouts VALARIE LEE PACE - "Val" Booster Club 3. 4: F.H.A. 1, 2. 3. 4: Choir 2. 3, 4:54-'H 1, 2. 3, 4: Girl Scouts 'l. 2, 3, 4: Polly Pig- tails 3, 4: Cafeteria 1: Class Plays 2. 3. JAMES F. REYNOLDS - Hustler" Track 1, 2. 3: Baseball 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2. g.14gFliF.A4 1. 2 3. 4: F4Club 4: 4-H l. 2. 3. 4: Dance Ll . ROBERT DEE ROGERS - "Bob" Choir 4: Dramatics 4: Debate 4 SARA ELLEN POWELL - "Red" Booster Club 1: F.F.A. 2. 3. 4: Dance Club 4. PHYLLIS JEAN SHAVER - "Phil Willy" Basketball 3 4: Volleyball 2. 3. 4: Softball 2. 3: Booster Club 2, 3. 4: Student Council 2: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Dramatics 3: FHA. 3. 4: Y-Teens 2: Choir 3. 41 4-H 2: Girl Scouts 2. 3. 4: Quartet 4: Trio 2. 3: Dance Club 43 Class Plays 3. PHILIP ALYN SHEETS - "Phi1" F.F.A. 1, 2. 3. 4: Projectionist 4: F.F.A. Con- servation Contest 3: Honor Society 3. 4: 4-H 1. 2. 3, 4: Boy Scouts 2, 3. 4. Compliments of Fairmount Cifizens State Bank LLOYD R- SHINHOLT - "Shin1ey" Choir 3. 4: Boy Scouts 1: Dance Club 2. LOIS J. SMITH - "Vickie" Withdrawn MARGARET ANN STEWART - "Susie" Basketball 2: Softball lg 2. 3. 4: 4-H Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Honor Society 4. DONALD WAYNE SPAHR Drantatics 2. 3. -li Therpians 3. -1: Class Plavi 2. 3. WILLIAM CLARK SPAULDING - "Bill" Nlississinewa High School 15 2, 3. JANICE MAXINE STROUP - "Annie" Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Booster Club 3. -1: GAA, 2. 3. -1: Art Contest 2: Essay Contest 3: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3. 4: Breeze Staff -1: Black 8: Gold 43 Girl Scouts 2. 3. 4. RICHARD LEON STINGER - "Dick" F.F.A. 1. 2. 3. -L: Projectionist 3: Prayer Band 1, 2, 3. 43 4-H Club 1. 2, 3. -1. FLORENCE VANOSDOL -- "Flo" Prayer Band 4: YfTeens 2. if-' 1: 'V A , x1S?93f .-V.,,lAV In asgzg: -,wig Q :Q ,iaxwhr . In A Q-"'.ef"'g's."1f'.. 'ff' ' -- ,:1.?7- ,A if M 'gk .V .11 , 4' ' ' s. M 5' ,Q 7 QV" ""a-M4 4. x .YY we ri Nas 135-Q N .Is ,Q ...N x gg . . F 1 ,...... VV , 6. I- 92. w. VA? -3: ' ' 5 X, , .. V ,A I . 554 ' ' f ' , 'fo ': V ru x, .V 4 , A .xx . .E nf? 'ff V x . . l . ' - . , I- A , -' pq, E .V ,Q ,. ,x,,xw.g.,V:,k,: ,. ,- ' ' -'uf'-Q,Wxgw V- . 'J--V ,-. . ,. V-5 V ' V 'f A . ff--.Vw 4-. JV. V V-' - - f- . , ..V, Um- V "FX ,gqg-Q., , Q fn ---- --f,:::::--A-VM W. -12 ----- fx: mm. ily,-iff' 1' 'F-1' :-:S-Q "Q "" ' """"' t" A VV H X ,QI . ,. V . iv -ii.. vi, ,. - --- --V V- V -- . -V V .4 .. V V3 H A .- ij? J, .. ..,. :l .:., ., , , , . - :NSI ,.,, - V - M R V : -'vvl X , , , .. .N V- J. W, : V '.Q:.f:f,'5s1'f?xif3I' 33,235 n"fi"'2' ff 'JVf'V:"' 3' .5 ix .- 1 :-'-V!" " :fam -5' Wi- i:VPl::"1""' ' ' ' . . 2, ': -' " '35 'f!3.2i5z "T-51. Sponsored By Kesler Ford Sales PAUL VERLIN THURSTON - "Bud" Track 1. 2,3 Basketball lg Cross Country 1: Class Gfficer 3: F-Club 2. MARGARET JANE WEBSTER - "Peg" Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Co-ed Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4: Softball 1, 2: Booster Club 1. 25 G4A.A. 2. 3. 4' 4 Dramatics 3. 41 F.lH..A. 1. 2, 33 Dance Club 1, 2. z Cheerleader 2. 3. 43 Class Plays 2, 3. 4. GLADYS LOUISE WRIGHT "Squirt" Booster Club 1. 2. 35 Volleyball 1. 2: G.A.A. 2- 3. 43 Dance Club 4. EDWARD DALE TITUS - "Sid" Track 2, 3: Football 4: 'F.F.A. 1. 2: Choir 4: 4-H 1, 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: Music Club 4. PAUL SHERMAN TOLBERT -- "Peanut" ,Basketball 33 'Cross Country 2, 3: Booster Club 31F.F.A. 1, 2. 43 1F-Club 2. 3. 4: Choir 2. 4: 4-H Club 1. Q3 Football 4. JAMES LESLIE WALLACE - "Jaime" Track 4: Dramatics 3. 4: Choir 43 Breeze Staff 4: Black 8: Gold 43 Football 4: Music Club 3. 4: Class Plays 4. CHARLES MARION WEBB - "Webbie" Band 1: Boy Scouts 1: Dance Club 2. Senior Class History In September. 1949 our Freshman year. the class enrollment swelled to 72 with additions from the country schools. Officers elected at the first meeting on September 9, 1949, were Paul Thurs- ton. presidentg Tom Pulley. vice-presidentg Bob Cline. secretaryg Jim Ellingwood, treasurerg Fred Parrill. historiang Louise Bruner and Dewayne Payne. social chairmen. After being initiated by the seniors, we felt that we finally belonged to F. H. S., though I must say being initiated is the hard way to get to belong. Later in the fall we chose Lora Nell Smith as our Carnival Queen candidate. The class held two skating parties. which provided fun for all and profit for us. A chile supper held in January started off our sec- ond semester as 'high school students on the right foot. After a summer spent in varied pastimes the class of '53 returned as sophomores. The first busi- ness of the year was the election of officers. who were Jim Ellingwood, president, Tom Pulley, vice- president: Lola Small. treasurer: Louise Bruner. secretary: Jill Corn and Dick Grindle, social chairmen: Fred Parrill. historian. The first activity of the year was the Fall Festival. The class elected Jim Ellingwood and Wanda Carr as its candidates for king and queen honors. When the student coun- cil was reactivated we chose as our representatives Phyllis Shaver and Bill Payne. The high-light of the year was the arrival of our beautiful maroon and white sweaters in November. During the next few months the class held one regular party and two skating parties. TO close our sophomore year we held an autograph dance in conjunction with the distribution of the Black and Golds. This dance became an annual affair which has always met with success. .September 1951 saw us as juniorsg boy did we feel proud. But we never had a chance to get con- cieted. The seniors were always around to put us in our places. The officers for our next-to-the last year in F.H.S. were Bill Payne. presidentg Paul Thurston, vice-presidentg Louise Bruner, sec- retary: Jim Ellingwood. treasurerg Lola Small and Dick Grindle, social chairmeng Fred Parrill his- torian. Kay Ann Smith and Bernie Joe Lehman were our representatives on the Student Council. At a special meeting shortly after school started. we transacted the annual junior business. We Ordered our class rings. They arrived in plenty of time for Christmas and were really beautiful. We held two skating parties. which were very successful both from the entertainment stand- point and the financial standpoint. We chose as our junior play "Men Are Like Streetcarsi' It was a comedy which everyone enjoyed presenting. Our Candidates at the Fall Festival were Louise Wright and Veinon Harrell. In the spring we gave the seniors their annual prom in the gymnasium. The theme was "It happens Every Spring" and every- one present enjoyed himself greatly. Dancing was to the music of Emil Moss and his orchestra and refreshments were served by girls from the class. Again. as last year, our final activity was the Autograph Dance, which was attended by a good crowd. When we finally made it. most of us didn't quite know how to act. Seniors at last. It took a little getting used to, but we made it in fine shape. It seemed funny for awhile. not having any older kids than us in school. but it was really a good feeling. Officers elected at our first meet- ing after the summer vacation were Fred Parrill. presidentg Bill Payne, vice-presidentg Louise Brun- er. secretary: Lola Small, treasurer: Judy Kesler and Dick Grindle. social chairmen. The student council representatives this year were Kay Ann Smith, Bernie Joe Lehman. and Phil Compton. Bernie was chosen by the council as its president. The class nominated Louise Bruner as its Fall Festival candidate. Our first real business of the year was initiating the freshmen. which we did with gusto. The event took place in the gym, be- cause the auditorium was closed for repairs. A bake sale and a New Year's Eve dance were first semester projects, which occupied some of our time. Selling magazines netted the class treasLu'y some much-needed money and provided a free turkey supper for all. Lola Smith was chosen to represent Fairmount in the county D.A.R. Good Citizen contest. We chose navy blue gowns and white tassles for our graduation garb. Our senior play was 'Seventeenth Summer," a production which we all enjoyed greatly. Climaxing our high school careers were the Baccalaureate Services and Commencement rites. These occurred on Sunday. May 17, and Monday. May 18, respectively. Somewhat dejected by such an exciting and abrupt end to our high school days we were. nevertheless. eager for the next three days to pass so that We could begin our long anticipated Eastern trip to Washington, D. C., and New York City. Starting on May 21 and returning May 26. we experienced five of the most glorious days of our lives. And so. the class of 1953 re- turned to their homes exhausted in mind and body. with all bonds with Fairmount -High School se- vered except the bonds of friendship and happy memories- Sponsored By The Fairmount News-Your Home Town Paper Class Wills I, Bobbie Boze. of a frequently sound mind, clo hereby declare and will Mr. DuBois the ple-asure and privilege of staying home on all school days. I, Louise Bruner, will my place as secretary of the class for two years to anyone who thinks he can take it for that long. I. Don Cromer. will to Rock Blair and Don Garner my place on the baseball team and hope they do a good job. I. Jim Ellingwood. will my position as "end" on the football team to Joe Blake and I hope he hits them harder than I did. I. Maxine Floyd, will my long ride on the bus to anyone who thinks he can stand it. I, Richard Gosnell, will my seat in govern- ment to any poor sucker who likes govern- ment. I. Dick Grindle. will my ability to have one wreck every four months. three times in one year to anyone who can afford it! I can't. I. Janet Hollenbeck, will nothing but leave in search of a young handsome bachelor with a nice convertible. I. Marilyn Harvey, will my ability to change schools to anyone who thinks he wants to. I, Esther Holloway. will my ability to get out of school after four years to Donna Kind. who hasn't been able to succeed. I. Judy Kesler, do hereby will my nickname "Hippsie" to D.D. and Luigie. and I'm glad to get rid of it. I, Shirley Kesler. leave no will but plan to marry Vernon after three years of waiting. I, Bernie Lehman. will my senior cords to Jim Draper. but not my ability to "flub up' on the basketball court. I. Sarah Powell. will the nickname 'iRed" to someone that really qualifies for it. I. Henry Prine. will my ability to do better in track than I have done in the last four years to Jerry Blake. I, Lee Persinger, will my seat in advanced al- gebra to anyone crazy enough to want it. I. Valarie Pace. will my ability to be foot loose and fancy free of the boys to all boy-crazy girls. I. Wink Payne. will my ability to stay in at night and my good grades in math to Buss Wil- liams. I. Bob Rogers. will my government book to Larry Behr, who. I hope. can learn more out of it than I did. I, Jim Reynolds. will my ability to be a big league pitcher to Jim Mitcrhener. I. Lois Smith. will to Mr. Monahan the right to throw any student out of bookkeeping that has make up work to do. I. Phillip Sheets. leave the good times I have had at Fairmount High School to my brothers Bob and Jim. I. Lloyd Shinholt, will my car keys and in- surance to Mary Agnes Partridge. I. Richard Stinger. will my ability to keep out of trouble to Harold Hearn. I. Uva Hollenbeck. will my Typing 2 class to Loretta Price and hope she doesn't waste as much paper as I did. I, Charles Peach. being a democrat will Eisen- hower my ability to be president of the dance club. I, Annette Davidson. will my ability to laugh anytime to anyone who is a sourpuss. I. James Wallace. being of sound body. will my ability to stay our of trouble to my brothers. Lewis and Charles. I, Jerry Lewis, do hereby will my ability to keep out of trouble to Junior Dunham. I. Janet Blair, will my position as President of Booster Club to Linda Roth. Good luck Linda. you'll need it. I. Margaret Stewart, with many happy mem- ories of my years in dear old F.H.S. will my 12 years of perfect attendance record to Bob Hayes. I. Paul Thurston, will my ability to have a good car while in school to Audry Wright. I, Florence VanOsdol will my height to Jayne Ann Elliott, who can certainly use it. I. Charles Weblb, being of unnatural mind. will Iny unusual driving ability to Richard Broyles. I. Louise Wright, will my skating ability to John Miller. I. Carol Sue Dye, will .my luck to always be in charge of the foods committee to anyone who is lucky enough to get the job. I, Dale Titus. will my ability to work nights and stay awake in government to Buck Behr. I. Gloria Marlene Earnest. will my ability to play an accordion to my brother, Martin Leon. I. Janice Stroup, will my will to will to any willing junior. I. Phyllis Shaver. will my seat in government class Cin front of Mr. DuBois' desk? to John Lem- :ng- I, Bill Payne. will my fabulous "crew cut" to Marvin Smalley. I. Margaret Webster, will my three years of cheerleading to Mary Lynn Beck. I, Wanda Carr. will my 4th period Typing class to anyone who has better nerves than I do. I, Kay Ann Smith, will my mid-winter tan to anyone who is lucky enough to get to go to Florida during school. I. Irvin Polk, will my student manager job to anyone who thinks he would like it as much as I did! I, Charles Dumpert. with sound mind and soul. hereby will my good time in basketball and foot- ball to Jack Dunn. I, Lola Small. will John Leming the rest of my pink litmus paper for his future chemical exploits. I. William Spaulding, do hereby will my gov- ernment text to anyone who thinks he will make straight A's in that class. I. Paul Tolbert. will my ability to get along with the teachers to Larry Gibson. I, Dick Jones, will Buss Williams my math book in hopes that it will get him better grades. I. Jill Corn, will my man-hating attitude to Mary Lynn Beck. I, Don Spahr. will my long talks with Mr. Du- Bois to anyone who likes to get out of class as well as I did. I. Junior Pratt. would like to will some ad- vice to the boys that are planning on buying a car: Donit buy a "36" Plymouth, all you will have is trouble. I. Phillip Compton, will my nickname 'Tender Bender' to John Leming. I. Fred Parrill. being of a questionable state of mind after a year of conducting class meetings, will the senior gavel to next year's senior presi- dent. Compliments of Fairmount Motor Sales-Your Friendly Dodge and Plymouth Direct Factory Dealer Egbert M. Hood- Janet Blair Bobbie Boze Louise Bruner Wanda Carr Phil Compton Jill Corn Don Cromer Annette Davison Charles Dumpert Carol Sue Dye Marlene Earnest Maxine Floyd Richard Gosnell Marilyn Harvey Janet Hollenbeck Uva Hollenbeck Esther Holloway Dick Jones Judy Kesler Shirley Kesler Dick Grindle Jim Ellingwood Bernie Lehman Jerry Lewis Valarie Pace Fred Parrill Dewayne Payne Bill Payne Charles Peach Irvin Polk Charles Persinger Sara Powell Harold Pratt Henry Prine Jim Reynolds Bob Rogers Phyllis Shaver Phillip Sheets Lloyd Shinholt Lola Small Kay Ann Smith Lois Smith Don Spahr Bill Spaulding Margaret Stewart Richard Stinger Janice Stroup Dale Titus Paul Thurston Paul Tolbert Florence VanOsdel Jim Wallace Charles Webb Margaret Webster Louise Wright Senior Class Prophecy Occupation '53 Typing annual copy Painting cords Going steady Riding in a new car Driving a pickup Bossing things Playing basketball Working at Rexall Taking off shoes in class Talking Playing accordion Running errands Talking in class Looking nice Acting Talking about boys Directing Y-Teens Skipping class Singing solos Reading funny books Working at Twoson Dating girls Delivering peat moss Working Cutting hair Editing Breeze Staying out late Writing sports stories Dancing Working at Stewarts Operating movie projector Trying not to be a red head Selling ads Running track Pitching baseball Sleeping in class Singing Making good grades Working at Delta Playing piano Leading yells Making speeches Driving a Buick Sleeping in Psychology Cracking jokes Practicing Woodcraft Drawing pictures Going to Jonesboro Repairing his Ford Riding a motorcycle Staring into space Playing football Skipping school Talking to Kay Ann and Wanda Writing notes Sponsored By Hoover-Needler Furniture Store Occupation '63 Circus performer Cartoonist An old maid Used car dealer Cattle buyer Supervisor of old ladies' home Towel boy for Lakers Mrs Joe Kelsay Fairmount coach Woman wrestler Music teacher Housewife Square dance caller Dress designer Stage manager Book critic Movie Actress Male nurse Great pantomime artist Salesgirl Driving a hot rod Cowpuncher Instructor at Annapolis Politician Model T. V. News commentator Night watchman Filling fountain pens Hollywood gigolo Owner of furniture company President of 20th Century Fox Most popular red head in Holly- wood pro boxer Drilling wells Shoe-shine boy U. S. Senator Singing White Rain commercials on television President of U- S. President of Delta Concert pianist Phy, Ed. teacher Voice trainer Mowing yards Tobacco auctioneer Coinmedienne Tree trimmer Famous artist Running a taxi service Owner of junk co- Daredevil rider Airline hostess Water' boy for Chicago Bears Professor at Butler University Diet expert Popular novelist- .pw Mg' Y, x ,NY-. .,, vs 'V ,iff v Gs-'Y' !2 N,-,, 1 V 1 1 w ,vw 1 1 -.fag A , nun. , ,ig 14am " Y WMM A155 W. C351 :Sur ,g U, Q X Qyxv af-'j , Lrugggff "gl K my Sw 2'1" Q K, 5, .5 ? ki wg 4 v ,N 4, X Q Q M yu vm ' 15 I V , V.. f' . ' 5 wa-is ' A THE? y 'FJ' 'ef' Li' V ' ,.-4 ' X f? ,, f A .L 1 A V gf: ' f fig. i "wif 'Q , .. 'ff ,za A Q ,. ffs 5 ""l"' , M. 7 .. 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Evelyn Adam Treasurer Joe Blake Shirley Bright Diana Dale Marlene Dauenhauer Bill Gaddis Charles Gosnell .M , ,st 'W' ' l 5251. wx, . 1 aw if w f., ' Q ' J ?5'-sis' ' .r Y r i Frances Anderson James Broyles Marilyn Deeter Harlan Haisley CI.-9' W-bk Y- ' Q f 9 X. is i ,Qgr5?wQf: Qs "Wt is i as ,K -A A V 3 x je f X ' .5 my K . i .. ., 1 P . is , Ds Q Q it 'AW Bob Phyllis Hayes Howell Jim David Mitchener Moore Dale Josephine Richards Roy Phyllis Charles Stanley Thomas Jack Eddine Holloway Lawson I' M V wi' - in X ifx -r"'5Y , 'R' fair 'ru .,,: X ,- ' 44 an Alice Keller Mary Agnes Partridge Phyllis Scott Gerald Trice Jay Marie Y 414 'H -I ti: -I.. Q 'C s -s :NX k 5, ., fi 3. 1' x Marietta Kemmer Bob Plue Phil Smith Benny Underwood Lester Stamps Complimenis of Your Maraihon Dealer, Bob Kirkpairick, Phone 159 gl' Lowell Kierstead Loretta Price Vera Smith Clyde Williams at 5 John Leming Jim Rich Charles Skinner Marlene Yale 5 Q -f- AQ-W -. 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Carolyn Butcher Jack Dunn Harold Hearn Bill Keller Larry Engle, Kenneth Hoke, Secretary Treasurer Martha David C19111 Clement Emory Jame-5 Eccles Elliott Jean Jana Hensley H111 David Mike KQNC1311 Kerschnler' Ronald Eilene Abraham Ailes Beverly Carmen Cromer Dauenhauer Jayne Dan Elliott Garner Wendell Hol- Phillip lenbeck Hoskins Larry Bryan Sponsored By Blue Ribbon Dairy Bar and Hills Supermarke! - .:,,.,.4.j - ,W x Q-iii? x ' fx All -A x 'r X 'J-,fix K Ml' John Buller Eugene Puckett Carolyn Gross Walter Hut chinson E f , p A Q Y f .il .8 -M.. pt Ii' li ' imc, K x ' , ' X its i F fllilt' 145.-9 illlillitafill ,l g , null, i tes: ia i -if ', ,. S .I , Ai 'X : M, i V. wgp -: , A f :Lv V V355 .. l ,,,, -- we A 1, - in ' .if 9 I :EH Auqv I Z X- 2 , Q p g A ft n P. - lwwv -'f E :eg ,. ii, V' 'znrr X 'Tv f' '-, f Q. , 1,55 4 S K Mrk? ' , Q' 'P 1. -- 'Wt 7' S Q' S il I My S P f V- E! -, . 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The coronation of the queen was the main event ol' the evening. Marlene Smalley was crowned Queen by Mr. DuBois. Phil Burton was chosen as her escort. In selecting a queen each class voted for a girl to represent their group. Nominations cost twenty-five cents, and votes could be cast by anyone for one cent. The winner was announced at 9:00 PM. the night of the Masquerade Ball. Everyone came dressed in clev- er costumes. Prizes were given to the best-dressed. ugliest. and prettiest. Balloons with numbers on them came floating from the ceiling. The numbers were for dancing partners. A prize was given to the best dancing couple. On February ll. the FHA. girls staged their annual Soc-Hop. This year the choosing of a Valentine Queen was the most important phase ofthe Hop. Janice Wiinniei' received the most votes. Her escort Was Jim Elling- wood. Lola Small. as M. C., was in charge of the coronation ceremony. Sponsored By Denver Riggs Garage, General Repair, Rural Welding. Marathon Gas and Oil STUDENT COUNCIL Fairmounts Student Count-il was headed by Bernie Lehman. presiilenti vice-president, Kay Ann Smithi Phil Compton. SCCl'6'if:1l'Y'l1'EHSL1l'C1'1 and Poland DuBois, faculty adviser. Standing: Bernie Lehman. Kay Ann Smith. Phil Compton. Dwight Ciwirwii. Connie Maple, Martin Lee Davis. David Duinpert. Eddine Lawson, Roger Pulley. Rex Builer. Marilyn Small, Bob Sheets. Seated: Mr. DuBois. Patsy Kierstead. Bobby' Shockncy. Jack Dunn. Steve Burton. Dixie Davis. Jfn Sheets. SIX HONORED STUDENTS This year the Don Rhoads Trophy was pre- sented to James Ellingwo 'gl for his performance on the floor. consistent sportsmanship, and fine character. Kenneth Martin made the award. Lola Small was selected from three girls chosen from the senior class by tht- faculty to represent. FHS. in the D.A.R. county contest. She ranked third in county competition. Linda Roth. Judy Sicks. and Eddine Lawson were chosen this year To attend Hoosier Girls State. The session will be held at Indiana Univer- sity during the last week in June. The girls are sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, the Ponnet Club. and the Phi Beta Psi Sorority. Fairmounfs American Legion will send Dwight Crouch to Boys State at Indianapolis from June 11 to 18. Similar to Girls State. the boys will meet on the canious of the Indiana School for the Deaf. Compliments of Kenneth Martm Insurance Agent. Faxrmouni. Indiana zu. fox' fa OUILL and SCROLL Seated: Bill Payne, Marlene Earnest. Wanda Carr. Kay Ann Smith. Judy Kesler, Fred Parrill. Standing: Jill Corn. Janet Blair. Ura Hollenbeck. DRAMATICS CLUB Standing: Bill Payne, Eddine Lawson. Jim Wallace. Mary El' len Baker, Fred Parrill. Don Spahr. Phil Compton. Dick Grin- dle. Seated: Lola Small, Janet Hol- lenbeck. Janet Hoke. Dorothy Nel- son. Marilyn Small. Carolyn Small. HONOR SOCIETY President ......., Fred Parrill Vice-president . Marlene Earnest Sec.-Trea. ...... Jim Ellingwood Seated: Marlene Earnest. Ed- dine Lawson. Lola Small, Linda Roth. Annette Davidson. Wanda Carr. Standing: Irvin Polk, Margaret Stewart. Rex Buller. Phil Comp- ton, Fred Parrill. Carol Sue Dye. Jim Ellingwood. Phillip Sheets. ...... -51 Sponsored By Herff-Jones Co. N-Oliix 'ii' POLLY PIGTAILS President ... ... Carolyn Gross Sec.-Treas. . . . ..... Janet Hall Senior Leader ..., Vaiarie I-'ace Sponsor .. Miss Joan McTurnan Standing: Rilla Vetor. Lora Lawson. Beverly Cromer. Valarie Pace. Martha Clem. Carolyn Gross. Judy Thomas. Anna Rye. Seated: Carmen Dauenhauer, Gloria Radford. Janet Hill, Jean Hensley. Gracie VVoodcock. Carol Wysong. Karen Main. Jayne El- Iiott. HI-Y President ....,. Jim Ellingwood Vice-president ..,.'- Bill Payne Secretary ,,...,.. Phil Compton Treasurer ...... Dwight Crouch Reporter . . . . . . Bob Allen Chaplain .... .... R oger Pulley Sponsor ...... Mr. Lewis Berg Seated: Dwight Crouch, Phil Compton. Roger Pulley. George Miller. Standing: Bob Allen. Bill Payne. Dick Stroup. Jim Elling- zvood. Jim Pettiford. Back row: Dale Titus, Mr. Berg. Y-TEENS President .,.. Esther Hollopfay Vice-president ..,. Patty Meyers Secretary ........ Melba Miller Treasurer ...... Joanne Clement Sponsor .... Mrs. Evelyn Kessler Seated: Shirley Kesler. Karen larvis. Janice Jarvis. Darelvn Ice Vicki Hayes, Linda Green. Joanne Clement. Bonnie Pettiford. Vir- ginia Tobin. Second row: Rosalie Spahr. Car- olyn Miller. Jayne Beck. Wilma Cornelius. Beverly Vetor. Patty Meyers. Third row: Esther Holloway. Jackie Behr, Mary Bright. Mariet- ta Kemmer, Phyllis Howell. Paul- ine Anderson, Judy Keith. Mrs. Kessler. Fourth row: Sue Gaither. Vicki Darrow, Melba Miller. PROJECTIONISTS Seated: Loren Little. Richard Gosnell, Philip Sheets, Jerry Lewis, Richard Stinger. Jim Rich. Second row: Jack Ashba. Bok Sheets. Roland Kierstead, George Thomas. Third row: Verlin Pierce. Char- les Thomas. Don Cruea, Jim Pet- tiford. Mr. Sullivan, sponsor. JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB President ...... Richard Payne Vice-president Steve Burton Secretary .. Sandra Nottingham Sponsor ...... Mr. Paull McCoy First row: Jim Smithson, Steve Burton. Dan Garner, Burt Bush. Steve McDaniels. Second row: Richard Payne. Darlene Thompson. Sally Ivans. Marjorie Ailes. Patsy Kierstead. Loretta Peach. Dianne Scott. San- dra Nottingham, Jayne Ann Kirk- patrick, Jon Sicks. Third row: Mr. McCoy, Donald Kesler. John Rogers. Teddy Hais- ley. David McGlynn. Bob Ailes. Joe Butcher, Fred Hayes, George Crawford. Fourth row: Kenny Hoke. Wen- dell Hollenbeck. Torn Daily. Ron- nie Wood. John Buller. Jerry Turschman, Buddy Stitt, Richard Cosby. Tom Hayes. Gene Webb. JUNIOR F.H.A. President ...,.... Connie Maple Vice-president Marlene Smalley Secretary ......... Sue Bayless Treasurer ....,. Jane Buffington Parliamentarian . Linda Ramsey Song Leader .. Jane Ellingwood Reporter ...... Judy Hollenbeck Historian ...... Sandra Boykin Sr. Leader ........ Janet Blair First row seated: Jane Ann Ellingwood. Sandra Boykin. Sue Bayless. Connie Maple, Marlene Smalley, Jane Ann Buffington. Judy Hollenbeck, Linda Ramsey. Second row: Janet Blair. Susie Johnson. Jane Crist, Susie Cal- lahan. Sarah Beck. Nancy Comer. Carol Sue Watts. Janet Reasoner. Sondra Eltzroth. Kay Payne. Third row: Jane Hoke. Dottie Kendall. Shirley Thompson, Mary Susan Pegram. Mary Scott. X 12 N- ,f 1: ,K " 5, V 'Z Sponsored By Roy John, Joe W. Payne and James Brewer SENIOR DEBATE CLUB President ....,.., Fred Parrill Vice-president ........ Jim Dunn Sec-Treas. .A.. Dorothy Nelson Sponsor ..... Mrs. Adeline Nall Seated: Mary Ellen Baker. Sara Lee Hayes, Marvin Smalley. Ra- mona Stroup. Eddine Lawson, Dorothy Nelson. Standing: David Blair, Mrs- Nall, Jim Dunn. Fred Parrill. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Seated: David Blair. Janet Blair. Fred Parrill, Mrs. Nall, sponsor. Standing: Bob Rogers, Jim Dunn, Phil Jones. JUNIOR DEBATE CLUB President ...... Steven Burton Program chairman Richard Payne Secretary .,..... Vicki Darrow Sponsor Mrs. Elizabeth Wood Seated: Belle Leckron. Pat Par- rill, Vicki Darrow. Standing: Rosalie Spahr. Mrs. Wood, Charles Knight, Steve Burton. Patty Meyers, Margaret Duinpert, George Crawford, Ted- dy Haisley. Richard Payne, Jon Sicks. , b,f,Vl i . 4gFW?i7 cwggv.-rf ,Nea 11,1 4. Compliments of Twoson Manufacturing and Tool Co. CAFETERIA HELP Left to right: Mrs. Anna Down' 3113- supervisor. Janice Jarvis, Phyllis Howell. Rosalie Spahr. Bonnie Pettiford, Sue Gaither, Carolyn Butcher. Carmen Dauen- hauer. Mrs. Clarence Clifford. as- sistant to Mrs. Downing. PRAYER BAND President ......., Evelyn Adams Vice-pres. ..... Linda Kerschner Sec.-Trea. .. ,... Donna Holder Reporter ...,.. Esther Holloway Pianist ....... Linda Kerschner Song Leader Judy Kerschner Seated: Carolyn Miller. Esther Holloway. Rita Abraham. Milo Brown, Ronald Abraham, Richard Stinger, Florence 'VanOsdol, Evelyn Adams. Jayne Elliott. Second row: Joan Lewis. Mar- lene Yale, Linda Kerschner, Ray- mond Elliott, Marilyn Carl, Nancy Clark. Donna Holder. Vera Smith, Joanne Clement. Linda Kamil. Judy Kerschner. LIBRARIANS Seated: Alice Keller. Marlene Dauenhauer, Uva Hollenbeck, Louise Bruner, Marlene Yale. Standing: Carol Thomas. Doro- thy Nelson. Carolyn Small. Evelyn Aclaims. Judy Kerschner. Arthur Baker, Gerald Trice. ,, , , .,., ir f ,vw .-...wut-If .HW SENIOR MUSIC CLUB President .....,.. Jim Wallace Vice-pres. ..., Annette Davidson Sec.-Treas. ......., Bob Rogers Social Sz Program Chairmen ,... Linda Roth and Bob Hayes Sponsor ...,.. Mr. Paull McCoy Seated first row: Jim Wallace. Shirley Bright, Josephine Roy. Judy Sicks. Linda Roth. Annette Davidson. Barbara Boze. Charles Gosnell. Standing: Lester Stamps, Char- les Skinner, Fred Parrill, Bud Thurston, Mr. McCoy. Jim Drap- er, John Leming. Bob Hayes. Bob Rogers. THESPIANS President .......,.. Lola Small Sec.-Treas. .... Eddine Lawson Sponsor ...... Mrs. Adeline Nall Seated: Phil Compton, Lola Small. Dick Grindle. Mrs. Nall. Don Spahr. Janet Hollenbeck. Fred Parrill. Standing: Bill Payne. Janet Blair. Jim Ellingwood. F-CLUB President , .... Dewayne Payne Vice-pres. r...... Jim Mitchener Sec.'Treas. ......,. Henry Prine Social Chairman. Jim Ellingwood Sponsor ...,... Mr. James Roth First row: Joe Blake. Orval Meyers. Second row: Jim Ellingwood. Bernie Lehman. Lowell Kier- stead. Lee Persinger, Dewayne Payne. Rex Buller. Bob Allen. Third row: Jim Reynolds, Don Garner. Jack Skinner, Jim Dunn. Jerry Blake, Don Cromer. Phil Mitchener. Fourth row: Henry Prine. Char- les Peach. Clyde Williams, Jim Mitchener. Paul Tolbert, Mr. Roth. SENIOR F.H.A. With Lola Small. president: Jill Corn. vice-president: Carol Dye, secretarvg Marlene Earnest. corresponding secretary: Janet Blair: treasurer: Uva Hollenbeck, parlamentariang Louise Bruner, historiang Jane Maple, song leader: Ramona Stroup. reporterg and Miss McTurnan, srionsor. the PYHA. girls had a busy and successful year. -Nillvvw M .ur- F.F.A. Under Mr. Caughell's direction and with two sets of officers the F.F.A. made a great contribution to the community by providing a map of the township for the new fire truck, which is pictured above with the driver. Paul Horine. Officers were: president, Phil Comptong vice-president. Jim Reynolds: secretary, Phillip Sheetsg trea- surer. Charles Dumpertg reporter. Phil Smithg sentinal Bill Gaddisg and assistants respectively: Rex Buller. Harlan Haisley, Joe Comer, Junior Dunham, Richard Stinger, Jerry Lewis Complimenis of Russell's Deer Creek Dairy. P. L. Easies, Salesman. Gb 9 CONCERT BAND Membership lil the COf1CE1'1 Band was approximately double the number eniwilleii las: year with a large percentage ot ezgta graders. A Band Boosters Club was iirganized early last fall with Roy John as President. l An excerient concert was presented in February Oiliuers this year were Irvin Polk. presidentg John Leming. vice-president: Eddinf- Laxrson. secretary: Diana Dale. social Chairman: Tom VVUUJ. Librarian: Paull McCoy, di- .sector- F Ke-1 BEGINNING BAND The aspiring and ambitious members of the beginning band pictured above will be rewarded next fall by becoming regular members ofthe concert band. Left to right they are: Sally lvans: Eilene Ailesg Wendell Hollenbeck: Carmen Dauenhauer: Carolyn Butcher: Loretta Peach: Steve McDaniel: Sandra Nottingham: Paull McCoy, director: James Pace: Jayne Kirkpatrick: Roland Abraham: Carolyn Gross: Buddy Stitt and J. C. Kirk. Sponsored by Joe Clement. Fuel Oil and Gas Retailer, Fairmount, Indiana- ,X-Q5 K- .W- B 93 71?- We ,. ,iw V , ,RL f , I -15mA..E.s f ,,,,,-f, -, is lk 3 X E x 4 2: i x esiil I a W X X Q wk: X " Q 72 Az: Q , 3 ' Q S Q X X 1 V A 4 .. , t ' S . .,.. W jc . IX.. JUNIOR DANCE CLUB The Junior Dance Club was organized this year because there were too many students interested in this activity fur une Dance Club. The officers for the first year were: president. Jane Crist: vice-president, Shirley Tlirinipsong sL-eretary-treasurer. Connie Maple. The l'aCu.ty spnnsnrs for this group were Mrs, Cloud and Mrs Kessler. SENIOR DANCE CLUB Ssinti- Dunne Club met the first of the year and chose these officers: president. Charles Peagh: vice-p1'esi- Wont. Orvzil Meyers: and seeretary-treasurer. Linda Roth. The Dance Club has learned several new dance steps 'fns year. The inusie uhm furnished by the juke box wliigli was purchased lasi year. Mrs. Cloud was the faculty -Qlonsur. essisted by Mr. McAiially, Compliments of Everett Corn, Auctioneer and Realtor A xv.: Bl 7 -f BOOSTER CLUB Officers for Bnostei' Club for thc year ml' 1952-53 were as fnllowsi Janet Blair. president: Lolzi Small. vice' president: Marlene Earnest. secretary: Judy Sicks. treasurtr: Mrs. Anniiee Cltiucl. spfinsor. Th? Club WHS Ht 115 largest this year with 85 mt-nifbers as pictured alnfwe, 9CtrS,,An"'t'wl'Ch3?'9 HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS The 1952-53 edQtion .if the school chfiir was nt-arly three times as large as last 55ear's. Meeting, during the last twenty minutes ni' the first perinil and the first twenty of the seconct. all singing students iiiigl an op- portunity to participate. Officers were: Lola Smallv pre-sidentg Irvin Polk! sccretary-treasurer: Edclzne Law- son. librarian: Don Cromer and Bobbie Boze, recreation chairmen: and Pauli McC+'1y. director. Sponsored By R. M. Hall. Men's and Women's Wear. Shoes. :M W tl BUS DRIVERS Schools like F.H.S. are necessarily dependent upon bus drivers for the transportation of students to and from school. The men who are entrusted with this important responsibility must be physically fit, pass a stiff driving test. and be prompt in all kinds of weather. The school is grateful for their many services, care- ful driving, and record free of accidents. In the picture above they are left to right: Paul Horine, Bernard Latchaw, Will Hoppes, Lora Hayden. Ernest Harvey. and Lawrence Peterson. Jefferson Titus. who drives in Liberty Township, is not shown. I ! I 1 a 1 SCHOOL CUSTODIANS Clarence Clifford and Ace Sellers have been caring for our school buildings for a good many years, Mr, Clifford is completing 23 years of service and Mr. Sellers. lil. Although it is easy for students and teachers to overlook the many services these two men do for tlieni, their work is greatly appreciated. It is no easy job to satisfy over 400 people daily. Whats niore. Ace and Cliff are just good fellows to have around. Compliments of Engle's Grocery. North Main Streei, Fairmount. 4 !-.-......, ,, ,,-11 Z: am' 'H'-1-"l..4.'3,l,.., M..-,..a....., ,, -as x Wfflhnug W.. X an -. ART I I T4-K. qv- r,.r'L "' 1' P V1 :fig 1 fl 'wwwk rrJJ 1-1A Qi! F :vw- v l 1 s Vrff 3w5v w r v KK V51-13 ffif jxfffz j -... ,qu- 2 x ,W m'Q .4 . .A Nur -. ,----xx SENIOR PLAY "Seventeenth Summer." the senior class play. was the high light of this years theatrical work. It was under the direction of Mrs. Adline Mart Nall and Janet Blair, student director. The cast was made up of the following seniors: Angie. Jill Corn: Jack, Jim Ellingwoodg Kitty. Lola Small: Margaret, Margaret Webster: Lorraine, Janet Hollenbeck: Mrs. Morrow, Wanda Carr, Mr. Morrow, Fred Parrillg Art, Bernie Lehman, Martin, Bill Payne, Margie, Annette Davidsong Jane, Kay Ann Smith: Fitz, Irvin Polk: and Tony, Dick Grindle. Carol Sue Dye and Marlene Earnest were prompters. Phil Compton was the stage manager and the de- signer was Don Spaihr. Bill Payne acted as business manager and was assisted by Janice Stroup. Uva Hollen- beck. and Marlene Earnest. Maxine Floyd was call girl: Valarie Pace had charge of props: and Margaret Ann Stewart looked after costumes. The play was a light, refreshing comedy of adolesence. cleverly staged and artisticly produced. It will be remembered as one of the outstanding comedies ever to be produced at Fairmount High School. JUNIOR PLAY As the auditorium was closed for repairs from the time school started until December. fall programs took place in the gym. This situation created an excellent opportunity to experiment with some "theatre in the round." Accordingly under Mrs. Nall's direction the junior class produced "Meet Corliss Archer' in the center of the gym floor with the s-pectators sitting intimately on all four sides of the acting area. Although most of the spectators would prefer the conventional stage arrangement. the production was acclaimed universally as a successful and delightful experiment. Phil Compton deserved a lot of credit for lighting effects. The play, which revolved around Corliss' endless troubles and ridiculous predicaments, held audience at- tention from beginning to end. Corlisss diary. Cousin Agnes. and Dexter's concern during Corliss's appendi- citis will 'long be remembered. The cast for the play was as follows: Corliss, Linda Roth and Mary Lynn Beck: Mr. Archer. Marvin Small- ey, Mrs. Archer, Shirley Bright: Louise. Phyllis Scott: Mildred. Judy Sicksg Dexter. Dwight Crouchg Mr. Franklin, Rex Buller: Mrs. Franklin. Diana Dale: COuSin Agnes. Eddine Lawson: Doctor. John Leming: Betty, Alice Kellerg Nurse, Dale Richards and Loretta Price. CHRISTMAS PLAYS The seventh graders put on a Christmas Play, December 24. in the high school auditorium. It was entitled 'Softy the Snowman." Mrs. Nall was the director, aided by Ronnie Wood the student director. The cast con- sisted of: Softy. Timmy Smith: Santa Claus. Benny Payne: Mrs. Santa Claus. Sandy Skinner: punky, Jim Pace: Six store santas, Stevie McDaniel, David McGlynn, Boboie Shockney. Dan Garner. John Rogers. and Jerry Turschman: Committee of three girl's, Lora Lawson, Judy Thomas. and Darlene Thompson. Members of the Dramatics Club also staged a Christmas play. "The Case of the Silent Caroler". It was un- fortunate that the good acting and the superb plot were marred by inadequate stage equipment. The cast of characters included: Anna. Janet Hollenbeck: Hans. Fred Parrill: Maria. Eddine Lawson: Papa. Phil Compton: Mama, Dorothy Nelson: Celeste, Mary Ellen Bakerg Pierre. Don Spahrg Bruce. Dick Grindle: others. Marilyn Small, Carolyn Small, and David Blair. Sponsored By The Citizen Teephone Co-. Inc-. Fairmount. Indiana- A S----.,,,m, vw! f-, 01:11. ..' 1' JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM "It happens every spring" was the theme used to Prom. The elaborate decorations represented a spring blue of a starlit sky and enclosed by an old stone wall. juniors acting as hosts and hostesses. The welcome was honor the 1952 graduates at the annual Junior-Senior garden with all its beautiful flowers beneath the deep The refreshments were served buffet style. with the given by Bill Payne, junior class president, with the senior class president. Larry Hughes responding. Music for dancing was provided by a small out-of-town orchestra. The picture at the top of the page was taken the following Monday after everyone was rested up. It shows the then juniors or the now seniors with their class sponsors, Mrs. Gilbreath and Mr. Sullivan. The prom of 1953 was held at the Marion Spencer created an unusual atmosphere with novel and entirley of the decorating committee. Invitations to the affair Judith Sicks. Dancing was from nine until twelve. Music was tra. For refreshments punch and cookies were served Hotel ballroom on Saturday. April 18. The juniors different decorations. Loretta Price was chairman were selected and prepared under the supervision of furnished by Tommy Phillips and his six-piece orches- by members of the sophomore class. The prom was a semi-formal party with a small planned program. John Leming had charge of this part of the evenings entertainment. The junior class president, Marvin Smalley. gave the welcome with Fred Parrill, senior president. responding. These talks were followed by a short talent program given by members ofthe two classes. Junior prom chairmen were Lynn Beck and Dwight Crouch, Sponsored By Lewis Drugs, Inc.. Walgreen Agency Journalism Class BLACK AND GOLD STAFF The 1952-53 Journalism class has aimed high to provide for the students of Fairmount High School a fine yearbook in the Black and Gold. A new camera was purchased by the Journalism class and many pictures were taken with it by the various members. especially Charles Peach. HHIH BREEZE STAFF The Breeze, the school's weekly newspaper, was the result of much time and hard work by Fred Parrill, the editor-in-chief, and the other members of the Breeze Staff. This group also op- erated the Breeze Booth, a concession where re- refreshments were sold at noon. Mr. Wood was the Co-Editors ...,...... Associate Editor .... Subscription Manager Business Manager ..... . . Advertising Managers Activities 'Manager .. Art Editors ......... Snap Editor . .. Sport Editors Kay Ann Smith Judy Kesler . . . . . Fred Parrill ., . Louise Bruner Marlene Earnest Bernie Lehman Dewayne Payne Uva Hollenbeck ...... Wanda Carr Janice Stroup . . . Charles Peach Bill Payne Jim Wallace Copy Editor .,........,......,.... Janet Blair This yearbook is the result of cooperation and much hard work by these people. Compliments of Fairmount Grain Co. faculty advisor. Editor-in-Chief . . . Associate Editor .... Feature Editor ....... . Sports Editor ........, .Assistant Sports Editor Activity Editors ...... Exchange Editors ., Co-py Editor ......... Assistant Copy Editor Business Manager .... Advertising Managers Circulation Manager . . . Fred Parrill . . . . . Judy Kesler . . . . Kay Ann Smith . , . Charles Peach . . . . . . Bill Payne . . . Louise Bruner Uva Hollenbeck . . . . . Wanda Carr Jill Corn , 'Marlene Earnest . . . ..... Janice Stroup . . . . Janet Blair . . . . . Bernie Lehman Dewayne Payne .. . James Wallace ff LI 1 , H952 Q E953 R LEADERS ZTQKLQ FIT' af ' -Q 6.1 ME: f A'w-U'-l 1 m1LgM """""N""1.., 's...,,.-M.. ' i l . e"""'lsnu.,,..,, of Dr. E. B- Couch, Dentist !ll'l 2 1X1 E FAIRMOUNT'S 1952-53 James Roth was named head basketball coach at FHJS. last Sep- i tember. Following Paul Weaver, he t-hereby became the second former Quaker athete of distinction to supervise local basketball activities. Besides being the runner-up in the sectional tourney, his team Won 13 of their 18 scheduled games. Compliments of Ralph Riley, Your Standard Oil Agent BASKETBALL TEAM Earl McAnal1y aided Mr. Roth as assistant basketball coach. Mr. A 4 ' w 4' 0 x Q ' A f If X 1 .R N df re K gs ,. XX "' Y -f-I-N:',r'-A-L:z::'f-I-A-'.Nw. f .McAna1ly also had the full responsibility of the aspiring freshmen heroes of the hardwood. An ardent Quaker fan. Mr. McAnally is a real sport enthusiast, with track and cross-country as his main in- terests. V-sl ' ' 13? My L Sponsored By Central Lumber Co. STUDENT MANAGERS Pictured above are the two student managers. Irvin Polk and Bob Moore getting the boys' suits ready for a ball game. Irvin was senior manager witi Boo acting as first lieutenant. Irvin will graduate this year. but Bob is only an eigth grader with several years left to serve Quaker ball players. Both boys performed their duties well, even though they were both new on the job last fall. .Quakefz gkefcfzed Mitchener: Clearing the boards and leading his team in scoring, "Mitch" proved of great value to his team. T-his 6 ft. 2 in. junior will return next year. Payne: "Wink" proved to be capable share of rebounds, was second in scoring Ellingwoodz 6 ft. 0 in. Jim served two columns. His usual positions were at the 1 of playing ev ery position. Standing 5 ft. 11 in.. this senior grabbed his and was the teams top defensive man. years by helping on the boards and contributing to the scoring pivot and for ward. Cromer: Hitting long over-the-head set shots. this 5 ft. 8 in. senior guard helped pull out the opponents' defense so that the big Dumpert: Coming though only 5 ft. 10 in.. boys could go to work under the nets. late but playing well. Charley. a bustling senior guard, developed a good set shot. A1- he excelled in defensive play. Williams: Contributing offensively and defensively, this 6 ft. 1 in. forward and center got a late start and was hampered by illness. Buss. however. is only a junior with another year to go. Reynolds: Although lacking experience. Jim played equally well at either forward or guard. A 5 ft. 10 in. senior, he added a lot of hustle to the team. Draper: Shooting long set shots, instilling much sp rit in his teammates. playing at guard, and standing 5 ft. 8 in.. Jim should be of great value next year. Crouch: Moving up to the first team late in the season. Crouchie. a 5ft. 6 in. guard, possessed shooting technique and lots of spirit. He has one more year to play. Blake: Moving up from the second team in February, Joe, a 5 ft. 10 in. junior, proved capable of first team ball by hitting from the side and driving hard for delayed lay-up shots. Sponsored By Hasty Implemeni Co. FH E. ez 8 ff 14 5.23 QUAKER SECONDS If records mean anything. next years Quakers should win most of their games, for the second string boys managed to win 15 of their 18 games during the regular season. Seated: Jim Dunn. Jim Cromer. George 'Vlillei Dwight Crouch. Second row: Bob Blair, Don Garner, Charles Himelick, Larry Stookey, Joe Blake. Standing Coach Roth. Fred Barnhart, Bill Gaddis, Dick Stroup, Bob Allen, Irvin Polk. student manager. Nov. 1 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 14 Nov. 19 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec- 9 Dec. 19 Dec. 23 Jan. 2 Jan. 10 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 1952-53 First And Second Team Schedules Jefferson Summitville Swayzee Sweetser Converse Mississinewa Montpelier Frankton Van Buren Dunkirk Pendleton St. Paul Eastern Jefferson Sharpsville Lapel St. Mary's Sumrnitville La-LFontaine St. Paul Van Buren Mississinewa Sponsored by Fairmount Lumber Co- Opponent Fairmount Opponent Fairmount 45 68 23 28 43 49 24 36 42 64 31 27 38 56 19 26 62 60 27 26 59 51 29 35 52 53 28 42 40 74 30 45 39 53 18 39 60 53 26 28 45 49 39 38 20 43 23 38 43 61 29 40 60 46 tGrant County Tourneyl 28 61 18 44 59 61 42 46 55 48 19 31 48 47 37 38 45 61 31 38 41 53 CSectiona1J 47 4-9 CSectionalD 68 49 tSectional7 , T tl at s , 'f 5, of 1 i s QQT- 1535 ' X' ,,x" 'X -W e 'A . 37' A .3 i r ts ' 1 1 ' . was W K QNX 3 : x M J. X ' . 659595 2 , it T - i wars 'A was WHS Wires . , Q was , 2 , . FRESHMEN AND JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAMS Seated: Lloyd Howard, Bob Penrod. Phil Mitchener, Larry Wood. Phil Burton. Standing: Kenneth Eccles, Jack Skinner, Jerry Blake, Coach McNally, Martin Lee Davis: student inan- ager. Bill Clemg Mike Karnes, David Durnpert, John Jones The ninth graders had a fairly successful season under Mr. McAnally's guidance winning 10 and losing four. The 'bitterest defeat was at the ,hands of 'Swayzee in their county tournament. Standing: Bert Bush,iJim Smithson, Richard Payne, Larry Engle, Charles Woodruff, Benny Payne, W. J. Burton, Kenneth Hoke. Second row: Ronnie Tutorow, Jerry Horn, Bob Moore, Charles Kettery, Gene Persinger, David Barnhart, Coach Monahan, Teddy Haisley, Gerald Anders. N During the 1953 season the junior high team won seven and lost eight gaimes. Two games were played in the annual junior high tourney played in Van Buren. Mr. Monahan coached the boys but Mr. Roth supervised their games- Sponsored By Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Marion, Indiana 1 1 1952 TRACK TEAM First row: Bill Vetor. Orval Meyers. Bob Doc-kery. Second row: Bob Allen, Bill Wilson, Henry Prine, Joe Blake, Rex Buller. Third row: Jim Mitchener, Hilton Johnson, Charles Johnson, Dewayne Payne, Clyde Vkliliain Cfiailes Reynolds. The Quaker tracknien wound up the 1952 season with six wins and two losses. They al t plated well in three relays. the Marion Relays, Muncie Relays, and Converse Relays. The schedule and points were as follows: Opponents Fairmount Windfall 2012 381: W Alexandria 5512 5312 L Royerton 63 T2 W Van Buren 312 tThree-way nieetl 7-115 W Jefferson 29 U6 Wabash 5-1 55 W Mississinewa 49 60 W Mississinewa 65 tThree-way meet! 5511 L Montpelier 1412 Sweetser 40 5X6 68 U6 L Marion Relays: Four firsts. two seconds, and three thirds., Muncie Relays: One first, two seconds. and three fourths. Converse Relays: Three firsts, one second, two thirds. and two fifths. Sponsored By Lee Roberts. Realior and Accounting- A A QUAKER FOOTBALL SQUAD Football returned to Fairmount High School in the fall of 1952 after and intermission of approximately 40 years. This gridiron sport was taken in stride by the athletes of the school. ' 1 f' "1 -f iv 4 '5 i 2 U if Coach James Barrett arrived in August from Alexandria and be- " gan the season with a squad of very green boys for this rugged sport, 2 Between 25 and 30 boys turned out for the first practices. and the majcrity remained on the squad, For their first year the Quakers won two games and lost three. The schedule and scores were as follows: Alexandria 13 Fairmount 0 Royerton "B" 0 Fairmount 26 Whites Institute 0 Fairmount 21 Mississinewa 13 Fairmount T Royerton 16 Fairmount 0 Seated: Jim Pettiford. Martin Lee Davis, Bert Bush, Milo Brown, Lloyd Howard. Ronald Kierstead, Jim 51111115-.J.'. John Jones, David Dumpert. Second row: Dwight Crouch, Jim Dunn, Earl Cruea, Orval Meyers, Jim Wallace. Joe Blake, David Moore. Joe Cromer, Charles Dumpert, lFrank Jarvis. Robert Moore, David Blair Third row: Coach Barrett, Fred Parrill, Bill Payne, Jim Cromer. John Leming, Phil Compton, Gene Rayn, Junior Pratt. Fourth row: Bill Gaddis, Charles Gosnell, Paul Tolbert. Jim Ellingwood. Richard Gosnell. Rex Buller. Dale Titus. Compliments of Wm- Hollenbeck, Sales and Service l T? '72 . V I I Q .x,- X, I , J' 3 Compli ff In recognition of her great skill as a teacher, her untiring energy in helping others, and the manner in which she has en- deared herself to hundreds of her students and friends in the community, We, the class of 1953, dedicate this Black and Gold to our beloved teacher, friend, and sponsor, Myrtle Ellen Gil- breath, with the hope that it may, in some small measure, re- pay the many unrewarded kindnesses which she has so unsel- fishly bestowed upon us. ments of Stewarfs Furniture Store-Where Living Is Made More Comforiable BASEBALL CHAMPS First row. left to right: Bob Blair. Jim Dunn. Orval Meyers. Second row: Charles Peach, Jim Reynolds, Dick Stroup, Don Cromer, Don Garner. Third row: Coach Jim Roth, Henry Prine, Charles Persinger. Dewayne Payne. and Jim Mitchener. This is a picture of the Chronicle Tribune Traveling Trophy that the Quaker Baseball team won this year. To win this trophy a team had to be county champs for three straight years. In 1950 the Quakers record was 13 wins and 0 defeats. Also in 1951 they had aperfect record. In 1952 the team was defeated by Sweetser. but the Quakers avenged themselves in the play-off game, becoming the county champs for the third consecutive year and permanent possessor of the Chronicle Tribune Trophy. BASEBALL SCHEDULE Oct. Compliments of Hockett Studios, Fairmount. Indiana Date O. F. Aug. 29-Jefferson Sept 2-Swayzee Sept. 5-Sweetser Sept. 9-Van Buren Sept. 124St. Paul Sept. 15-Van Buren Sept 16-Jefferson Sept. 23-Sweetser Sept. 24-Swayzee Sept 30-St. Paul 1-Play Off Game Sweetser pw 1, Q' 25. I CROSS CCDUNTRY 'Sri' Left to right: Coach IVIeAnally, Lowell Kierstead, Jack Skinner, Bob Allen. Larry Stookev Phil Mitchener Jerry Blake, Henry Prine and Phil Burton. Coach McAnally's Cross Country team had a successful season during the fall of 1952, winning six dual meets out of ll, placing third in a three-way meet. fifth in the Marion invitational, and eighth in the sectional at Anderson. Bob Allen was one of the better runners for the Quakers, taking several firsts. Henry Prine was next in line for honors: other lettermen were Larry Stockey, Lowell Kierstead, Jerry Blake, Phil Mitchenei and Ja ix Sl-.in ner. All these runners will return next fall except Prine, who will graduate. -2 CGHEHCEIEHHEEH Team Score Team Place Score Fairmount Montpelier 33 Fairmount 2231 Van Buren 33 Fairmount 30 Eastern 253 Fairmount 1921 Jefferson 36 Fairmount 39 Wabash 16" Fairmount 273: Van Buren 28 Fairmount l6f: Jefferson 39 Fairmount 40 Muncie Central 15" Fairmount 33 Royerton 22:71 Fairmount 35 Marion Fairmount 263 Montpelier 29 Placed Marion Invitational Fairmount 5 Sectional Fairmount 8 Fairmount 50 Marion 333 Van Buren 45 flndicates the low-score winner. Complimenis of Western Auio Associate G.A.A. The Gills Athletic.Assuuiatimii was -iigiaiiizecl -iluring the spring uf lS45l Lliiviivr ilu' siipvxwisi-:ii of Mis. An- 'ialee Cloud. The oigaiiizatiffri aims in piwifiimtc fiweiidship. spmtsiiiaiisiiip :md goufi lwalili. During this year the officers were Kay Aim Smiih. president: Wzmcla C'2i1'i'. vig-Q-pi'wsicli-lit: Judy Kesler. Necretaryz Lola Small. t1'easui'e1'. During the year the girls participated in siiftball. tumbling, skating, ping Jong, basketball, ring toss, dam-mg, volleyball, bivxvling, siimx' hikes. s mal fluiiclnu. swiiinziiizig :mil sm'cO1'. They also took part in inter-sc-lil-ol basketball and sfiftball. " ,iv z , iSi.iix'Ns5i?l M l ? "W ., Q95 'tvs V Q is 'iw X f gn . 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Mr. Galey has attained a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree from Purdue University and Indiana University re- spectively. He has been superintendent of Fairmount Joe W- Payne Charles Nicholson Compliments of Anderson Sporting Goods Co-, In:- Fairmount Schools for 24 years. Fairmount's schools have been able to maintain a standard of excellence partly because there have always been men of high caliber willing to serve on the school board. Charles Nicholson, town- ship trustee, is president of the joint Fu ' r i H5 I-rr R15 A , M 'u.xv1,-Tix' P M Ili x L Q 4 'X Y Z" ' 1215! i.1W23'fQ95i?5v2?es2'Qfiiiiii?1111? z.EI gf.:ftgT1'-1221-fat' :v-'!n2geag1415 f- , w- xd Q mfs: g , . ,f 1, , . J 2 4' ' R:-g1n7lTfq!1'Q'-H'1,7f:-SJ":'FG"ffQf-317x,"1Hfl'!F:1,Q:'.h 1,.?'lvIi Q gfllfg'-I' f1.1!,!-'-3' 'f' " .i,. V' . 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