Fairmount High School - Black and Gold Yearbook (Fairmount, IN)
- Class of 1956
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For helping to make Fairmount High School a symbol of good
sportsmanship and wholesome recreation, we, the class of 1956,
dedicate this Black and Gold to Dr. Ernest B. Couch as a small token
of appreciation for his loyal devotion and faithfulness in serving our
school since 1927.
Blafk 8: Gold Editor ..... ....,.... N ORMA SULLIVAN
Breeze Edizor .............. ........ J OYCE HOLLOWAY
Fafalry Adrimf- ...... ..... F REDERICK WOOD
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In 1924 as F. Stanton Galey was entering the Fair-
mount school system, a new gym was proudly pointed
out to him. And now, 31 years later, he has had the
pleasure of seeing another gymnasium built to take its
place. Everyone has appreciated the efforts of Mr. Galey
in the building of the new gym and his leadership, in-
tegrity, and willingness to serve the school and commu-
Roland L. DuBois has completed his eighth year as a
very capable principal of Fairmount High School. Dur-
ing this time Mr. DuBois has attempted to develop our
athletic, student, and scholastic program. Each of us'has
appreciated his ready smile and the interest he has shown
to us individually. I-Ie achieved a B.S. degree in Educa-
tion from Manchester College in 1934 and an M.A. from
Indiana University in 1940.
A.B., Franklin College, M.A.
Indiana University, Latin, U.S
History, Social Studies.
A.B., Indiana University, M.A.,
Indiana University, Worltl
A.B., Wfabash Collegeg MS
Butler Universityg Physics
Biology, General Science.
B.S., Purdueg M.S., Purdueg
Psychology, English, Personal
MARY JO HOOVER
A.B., MacMurray College:
BS, Ball Stateg Industrial
Arts, Trntk Cloaclm.
B.S., Anderson College, Physi
cal Education, Football Coach,
B.S,A., Purdue University,
Vocational Agriculture, Shop,
A.B., Earlham College, M.A.
Columbia University, English
A.B., Ball State, Physical Ed-
ucation, Home Economics.
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PAULL MCCOY JAMES MONAI-IAN
B.S., Marion Collegeg Music, A.B., Tarkio Collegeg M.S.,
Band, Choir. Butler Universityg Business
NANCY PHILLIPS THOMAS RICE
A.B., Evansville Collegeg Home B-S., Purdue UUiV6fSifY1 PIWYS-
Economics. ical Education, Basketball
A.B., Canterbury Collegeg
Drivers Training, Assistant
A.B., Indiana Universityg
M.A., Northwestern Univer-
A.B., Indiana University
A.B,, Ball Stateg Art.
A.B., Ball Stateg Literature, A.B., DePauw University
English. M.A., University of Wiscon
sing Journalism, English, Li
Most people think they have a lot to do, but
our custodian, Ace Sellers, has enough to keep
him busy the whole year round even though
school is in session only nine months out of twelve.
Usually he can't start on his work until the
students leave for home. Besides his regular duties
he is here to open the doors and then clean up
after ball games and other activities. He also puts
in many hours on Saturday.
Ace is indeed appreciated by everyone who
comes in contact with his work.
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"Hurry or you will miss the bus," is the
cry in the homes every morning of many
F.H.S. students. Our faithful bus drivers do
a very good job. They not only bring the
students to school, but they take them to
basketball games, skating parties, and on
field trips, thus giving much of their time
to school activities. Our bus drivers this
year were: Bill Hoppes, jeff Titus, Buck
Harvey, Ethel Livezey substituting for her
husband Ernest Livezey, john Meyers, and
Mrs. Wilda Henry and Mrs. Margaret
Latchaw were responsible for the good, hot
meals which we had every school day. Mrs.
Henry has been here for one year and Mrs.
Latchaw started after Mrs. Anna Downing
left in December. Pleasant as cooking is,
preparing meals for so many has its head-
aches. Making out menus, preparing the
right amounts, and keeping the food warm
are only a few of Mrs. Henry's and Mrs.
Latchaw's problems. We all appreciate their
good meals very much.
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Here is the progress of the class of '56 through their 4 years,
The freshman class officers were: President, jerry Underwood, Vice President, Larry
Wood, Secretary and Treasurer, Sue Bayless, Historian, Marlene Smalley, and Social
Chairmen, Norma Sullivan and Mike Karnes. Freshman Sponsors were James Monahan
and Evelyn Kessler.
The sophomore class officers were: President, Larry Wood, Vice President, Bob
Pernodg Secretary, Norma Sullivang Treasurer, Connie Maple, Historian, Sandra Boykin,
and Social Chairmen, Bill Clem and Judy Frye. Student Council Representatives were
Martin Lee Davis, jerry Blake, and Shirley Thompson. The Sponsors were Adeline Nall
and Lewis Berg. As sophomores they chose "Couldn't I Kiss You Goodnight"' and "Talk
of the Town" as their plays.
Under the supervision of Lewis Berg and Adeline Nall, as juniors they chose as their
play "Line of Scrimmage."
The class officers were: President, Larry Wood, Vice President, Marlene Crouch, Sec-
retary, Connie Maple, Treasurer, Sandra Boykin, Historian, Sue Bayless, Social Chairmen,
Judy Frye and Bob Pernod.
Last year they held the annual junior-senior prom at Linders in Anderson.
And finally our senior year arrived, the year we had all been waiting for,
The officers were: President, Tom Wood, Vice President, Norma Sullivan, Secretary,
Linda Ramsey, Treasurer, jane Ann Buffington, Historian, Sue Bayless, Social Chair-
men, Marlene Crouch and jerry Blake, and Student Council Members, Martin Lee Davis,
Shirley Thompson, and Larry Wood.
The senior class Sponsors this year were Elizabeth Wood and Hugh Caughell.
Our goals have been accomplished and we are all looking forward to our senior trip.
New York here we come! I I I I
BONNIE JEANNE ANCIL
Her wayr are pleamnlnerr, and all Iyer parlor are peare.
Honor Society 1 Year, Prayer Band 5 Years, Librariang 1
Year, Science Club 1 Year, Booster Club 4 Years, GAA 4
Years, Annual Staff 1 Year, Breeze Staff 1 Year.
SUE LYNN BAYLESS
A rweeter woman ne'er drew breath.
Chorus 1 Year, Dance Club 5 Years, Booster Club 4 Years,
FHA 4 Years, GAA 4 Years, Class Officer 3 Years, Breeze
Staff 1 Year. Annual Staff 1 Year.
Social Chairmen, erry Blake Mar
lene Crouch, Student Council Larry
Wood, Vice President Norma
Sullivan, President Tom Wood
Historian, Sue Bayless Treasurer
Jane Buffingtong Secretary Linda
Ramsey, Student Council Martin
Lee Davis, Shirley Thompson
SARAH KAY BECK
Alufayr happy, alwayr gay.
FHA 4 Years, GAA 4 Years, Booster Club 3 Years.
MILO BYRON BROWN
Hang Jarrow, fare will kill nl ml, and Zlaerefore leZ'r be
Dance Club 1 Year, Prayer Band 2 Years, Speech Club 1
Year, Class Plays 1 Year, Football 1 Year, Track 1 Year,
PET H. BETHAY
T0 live lang, it ir nerermry 10 live rlowly.
Thespians 1 Year, Dance Club 2 Years, School Contests 1
Year, Speech Club 3 Years.
JANE ANN BUFFINGTON
She ir very energelir in all Jbe 1lI7d67'f61k6,Y.
Honor Society 1 Year, FHA 4 Years, Class Officer 1 Year,
Booster Club 3 Years, Annual Staff 1 Year, Breeze Staff 1
Year, Class Plays 1 Year.
JERRY LEE BLAKE
He um tl fue uiflmzzl lmfe.
Student Council 2 Years, Dance Club 2 Years, Class Plays
1 -Year, Annual Staff 1 Year, Breeze Staff l Year, Class
Officer 1 Year, "F" Club 4 Years, Basketball 4 Years.
Football 2 Years, Track 4 Years. Cross Country 2 Years,
PHILLIP LEON BURTON
A liflle rzonfeme neu' mid Ilfen, ix wlilbed fry lbe rrivwl
Dance Club 2 Years, "F" Club 1 Year, Basketball l Years
Football 3 Years.
JAMES R. BOXWEN
.Moderly if llie mlm' of mllruge.
NANCY JEAN BUSH
She who bar url, bar 6I'6'1',J'Zl'hEl'f.' cl puff.
Chorus 1 Year, Dance Club 1 Year, FHA 3 Years, GAA 3
Years, Booster Club 4 Years, Class Plays l Year, School
Contests 1 Year.
SUSAN KAY CALLAI-IAN
A little mirfhief hy the uziy, if fun to Jpire each day.
Dance Club 1 Year, FHA 4 Years, Booster Club 4 Years.
Speech Club 1 Year, Class Plays 1 Year, School Contests I
NANCY ANN COMER
Good ,retire and good nature are nezfer Jepmzzled.
Librarians 1 Year, Booster Club 4 Years, FHA 4 Years,
Dance Club 3 Years, GAA 4 Years, Annual Staff 1 Year,
Breeze Staff 1 Year, School Contests 1 Year, Class Plays
MARILYN JANE CARL
The gloriour privilege of heizzg independent.
GAA 2 Years.
JANE ANN CRIST
Happy um I,' front rare I'w free, why tlffllll they till mu-
tezzted like me.
Honor Society 1 Year, Thespians 1 Year, Annual Staff l
Year, Breeze Staff 1 Year, Class Plays 2 Years, Dance Club
3 Years, Speech Club 1 Year, FHA 4 Years, GAA 4 Years,
Booster Club 4 Years.
VIRGINIA LEE CHAPEL
Be glad, and your frietidr are mtiziy.
Dance Club 2 Years, FHA 4 Years, Booster Club 4 Years.
MARLENE KAY CROUCH
A dtzzzcizig rhtzpe, tm image gtiy, In haunt In rmrile, init!
Thespians 1 Year, Dance Club 3 Years, GAA 4 Years,
Booster Club 4 Years, Class Plays 1 Year, Speech Club I
Year, Class Officer 2 Years, Cheerleader 5 Years, Annual
Staff 1 Year, Breeze Staff 1 Year.
HAROLID "BILL" CLEIII
He har crntimou retire in it zmy tlmifr initvfnilliftti.
Dance Club 3 Years. Hi-Y 1 Year, Class Officer 1 Year.
Annual Staff 1 Year, Breeze Staff l Year.
MARTIN LEI2 DAVIS
A limi rmiung lrldier.
FFA 4 Years, "F" Club 5 Years, Student Council r Years
Class Plays 1 Year, Basketball 2 Years. Football I Years
Track 1 Year, Dance Club 1 Year.
DAVID ALLEN DUMPERT
A mm: of wtnzy uwrdl.
Student Council 1 Year, School Contests 4 Years, Class
Plays 2 Years, Dance Club 2 Years, Science Club 2 Years,
FFA 4 Years, Hi-Y 1 Year, "F" Club 4 Years, Basketball
2 Years, Football 4 Years, Track 2 Years.
JUIIY KAY FRYE
Sfnlrhliilg eyerr ufizh mirrhief h1'eu'i11g.
Chorus 1 Year, GAA 4 Years, Speech Club 2 Years, Dance
Club 3 Years, Class Officer 2 Years, Class Plays 2 Years.
Fl-lA 3 Years, Booster Club 3 Years.
MILTON HJR." DUNHAM
A 7IlE1'7'i?I' man I newer ,rpenl an homjx lulh with.
Chorus 2 Years, Dance Club 3 Years, FFA 2 Years, Hi-Y 1
Year, Football 1 Year, Track 1 Year.
LARRY EARL GIBSON
Never pu! off fillf077Z07'1'01,L', the laugh you run have Iodoy.
Chorus 2 Years, Dance Club 2 Years, FFA 4 Years, Track
KENNETH H. ECCLES
Punriualzly hegelr confldenre and rerpecl.
Basketball Student Manager 3 Years, Track Student Man-
ager 2 Years.
BARBARA KAY HANES
Cheerful wzlhout mzrlh.
Dance Club 2 Years, FHA 3 Years.
SONDRA LEE ELTZROTI-I
Azhlezir, witty, and full of fun.
Dance Club 3 Years, Booster Club 4 Years, FHA 4 Years,
GAA 4 Years.
JANE ANN HOKE
And when u ludy'.r in the rare, you know all other Ihingr
Librarians 1 Year, FHA 4 Years, Booster Club 4 Years
JUDITI-I S. HOLLENBECK
The zfefy room thai Jhe war in, reemea' warm from flow- 10
Dance Club 1 Year, School Contests 1 Year, FHA 4 Years,
GAA 1 Year, Booster Club 4 Years.
MICHAEL SHERIDAN KARNES
None hui himfelf can he hir parallel.
Dance Club 2 Years, Class Plays 1 Year, Science Club 1
Year, School Contest 1 Year, Class Officer 1 Year, Hi-Y
3 Years, Club 3 Years, Basketball 1 Year, Football 4
Years, Track 4 Years.
JOYCE ANN HOLLOWAY
The hand fha! haih made you fair, hazh made you good.
Honor Society 2 Years, Prayer Band 3 Years, Librarians 2
Years, Class Plays 1 Year, Science Club 1 Year, Annual
Staff 1 Year, Breeze staff 1 Year, GAA 3 Years, Booster
Club 1 Year, Girls' State, DAR Winner.
DOTTIE JUNE KENDALL
She war a ,bhaniom of delighl.
Thespians 1 Year, Chorus 2 Years, Dance Club 3 Years,
Class Plays 2 Years, Annual Staff 1 Year, Breeze Staff 1
Year, Speech Club 2 Years, FHA 4 Years, GAA 2 Years,
Booster Club 4 Years.
IJ rhe hind ar the ir fair? For heauly liver wilh hindnerr.
Dance Club 3 Years, Class Plays 1 Year, Speech Club 1
Year, FHA 4 Years, GAA 4 Years, Booster Club 4 Years.
SHIRLEY ANN KENNEDY
A penny for your thoughts.
Dance Club 1 Year, Class Plays 1 Year, Booster Club 1
Year, Elwood High School 1, 2.
JOHN A. JONES
Man of :he Future
Dance Club 2 Years, Class Plays 2 Years, "F" Club 3
Years, Football 4 Years, Basketball 1 Year.
CLARENCE UPETEH KING
For l01'6'1'J' lore lhe erening rlar.
Chorus 1 Year, School Contests 1 Year, Speech Club 1
Year, Basketball 2 Years, Football 3 Years.
I C KIRK
NeI'erlhele.fJ, u'hate'e1' hefall the farmer, he mart feed them
Dance Club 2 Years, FFA 4 Years, Track 3 Years.
MARY jo MENDENHALL
Happy if the heart that hat no rare.
School Contests 1 Year, GAA 2 Years, Booster Club 1 Year.
CHARLES ROBERT LIVEZEY
I-le'J made a friend of erefyane.
School Contests 4 Years, FFA 4 Years.
MELBA M. MILLER
Maiden, when rurh a mul as thine if horn the morning Jian'
their ancient music make.
Thespians 3 Years, Chorus 1 Year, NFL 3 Years, Dance
Club 3 Years, Class Plays 2 Years, Speech Club 4 Years,
Dramatics 3 Years, GAA 3 Years.
PHYLLIS M. MCCORMICK
To he flow in word: ir a woman? virtue.
Dance Club 1 Year, Booster Club 2 Years.
PHIL D. MITCHENER
I'm not lazy, I'm jurt .raving my energy.
Dance Club 2 Years, Class Plays 2 Years, School Contests 3
Years, "F" Club 4 Years, Basketball 2 Years, Cross Coun-
try 4 Years,
CONNIE SUE MAPLE
A heart with room for every joy.
Student Council 1 Year, Thespians 1 Year, NFL 2 Years.
Dance Club 3 Years, Class Plays 2 Years, Speech Club 3
Years, Class Officer 3 Years, FHA 4 Years, GAA 4 Years
Booster Club 3 Years.
BECKIE ANN MOON
The glow of youth and health her eyex dirplay.
Dance Club 1 Year.
ROBERT F. PARSONS
O Jleep, it if a gentle thing, beloved from pole to pole.
Dance Club 1 Year, FFA 4 Years, Projectionist Club 1 Year.
PHYLLIS ANN PERNOD
A merry bear! maker tz merry count frztmre.
Dance Club 1 Year, FHA 1 Year, GAA 1 Year, Booster
Club 3 Years.
NELDA KAY PAYNE
Ftzfbiorzed I0 Jlenderly, young, and .ro fair.
Dance Club 1 Year, FHA 4 Years, Booster Club 4 Years.
SANDRA SUE PHENEOER
For Jlee if wife, if I run judge of ber.
Gilead 1, 25 School Contests 1 Year, Speech Club 1 Year,
FHA 1 Year, GAA 1 Year, Booster Club 1 Year.
MARY SUSAN PEGRAM
Her outward rlmrrtzr are len tlaan ber uzfzzning elegemfe.
Dance Club 1 Year, FHA 4 Years, Booster Club 4 Years.
LINDA ANN RAMSEY
She doeth little kindzzerrer rvlyffb mort leore undone or
NFL 2 Years, Class Plays 1 Year, School Contests 2 Years.
Annual Staff 1 Year, Breeze Staff 1 Year, Class Officer
1 Year, FHA 4 Years, Booster Club 3 Years.
ROBERT E, PERNOD
Tlnou ffm!! find faint ll king of good fellozzxr.
Dance Club 3 Years, Annual Staff 1 Year, Breeze Staff 1
Year, Class Officer 2 Years, "F" Club 1 Year, Basketball
4 Years, Football 3 Years, Track 2 Years.
Her greutefl ofret if ber tnzfailitzg good nature.
Dance Club 2 Years, Librarian 1 Year, School Contests l
Year, Annual Staff 1 Year, Breeze Staff 1 Year, FHA 3
Years, Booster Club 2 Years.
JANET KAY REASONER
Oh, you flavor ereryfhing, you are the ranilla of rociely.
Chorus 1 Year, NFL 3 Years, FHA 4 Years, Speech Club
1 Year, Dance Club 3 Years, Booster Club 4 Years, School
Contests 2 Years, Class Plays 1 Year.
JOYCE MARLENE SMALLEY
She'.r all my fancy painted her.
Dance Club 3 Years, Speech Club 1 Year, FHA 4 Years,
GAA 4 Years, Booster Club 4 Years, Class Officer 1 Year.
MARY FRANCES SCOTT
She that wax ezfer fair and never proud, had langue at will,
and ye! wax never loud.
FHA 1 Year, GAA 3 Years, Booster Club 1 Year.
NANCY OLIVE STEWART
A laughing face frefh-huea' and fair.
Dance Club 1 Year, Librarian 1 Year, Booster Club 1 Year,
FHA 1 Year.
lVhere lhere if a will, there if a way.
Dance Club 1 Year.
From the crown of h1.f head, io the sole of hu fool, he If
Laketon 1, 2, 3g Chorus 1 Year.
They grow wild, Jimply wild, over me.
Dance Club 3 Years, Class Plays 1 Year, School Contests
1 Year, Speech Club 1 Year, Hi-Y 1 Year, "F" Club 4
Years, Basketball 1 Year, Football 1 Year, Track 2 Years,
Cross Crountry 3 Years.
NORMA P. SULLIVAN
Exceeding wire, fair rpoken and persuading.
Honor Society 2 Years, Thespians 2 Years, Chorus 2 Years,
NFL 3 Years, GAA 4 Years, FHA 3 Years, Dance Club 3
Years, Class Officer 3 Years, Class Plays 2 Years, Booster
Club 3 Years, Breeze Staff 1 Year, Annual Staff 1 Year,
School Contest 1 Year, American Legion Award, Girls' State.
A wild fore blurbirz' io the brook ain'z moderler nor
Dance Club 2 Years, FHA 4 Years, GAA 1 Year, Booster
Club 4 Years.
BYRON D. THOMAS
He if Jilenl or rpeukr romellying worlb bearing.
Dance Club 1 Year, Science Club 1 Year.
The world? no betler if we worry and life'5 no longer if
Dance Club 1 Year, Speech Club 1 Year, Class Officer 1
Year, FFA 2 Years.
An nffable and rourteouf genllemun.
Thespians 2 Years, Dance Club 3 Years, Speech Club 2
Years, Class Plays Manager 2 Years.
LARRY LEE WOOD
Some men are born great.
Student Council 1 Year, Honor Society 2 Years, Class Offi-
cer 3 Years, Class Plays 2 Years, School Contests 4 Years,
Dance Club 2 Years, FFA 4 Years, "F" Club 2 Years,
Basketball 4 Years, Football 3 Years, American Legion
Award, Boys' State.
I know that rbe lakezla great deligbz in nzurir.
Student Council 2 Years, Thespians 1 Year, NFL 1 Year,
FHA 1 Year, GAA 1 Year, Dance Club 2 Years, Booster
Club 2 Years, Breeze Staff 1 Year, Annual Staff 1 Year.
THOMAS F. WOOD
A grefzl llfing crm only be done by 11 great man, and be doef
it wflbouf efforl.
Honor Society 2 Years, Hi-Y 4 Years, Class Officer 1 Year,
Class Plays 2 Years, School Contests 2 Years, Dance Club
1 Year, Science Club 1 Year, Music Club 2 Years, NFL
2 Years, Boys' State. ,
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AWARDS MADE AT COMMENCEMENT 5
1. Math-Richard Broyles
2. Dmmalicf-Roger Pulley
3. Speedy-jim Dunn
4. Srienre-Richard Broyles
5. Englirb-Dorothy Nelson
6. Home Er-Dawnetta Dunham
7. fourmzlimz-Sara Lea Hayes
8. Art-jim Cromer
9. Athletics-Bob Allen
A gricullure-Bob Blair ,
Indurtrial Arif-Verlin Pierce
Citizenrbip-Marilyn Small .
Social Studier-Bob Sheets ga
Commerre-Ramona Stroup .
Sflaolamhip-Sara Lea Hayes
Mzuir-Sara Lea Hayes
This picture was taken on Senior Day ,,
as the class was getting ready to take E
their trip to Washington and New York.
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Miss joan McTuman and Mr. Earl
McAnally, sponsors of the class of 1955,
receive their Black 8: Gold's dedicated
to them by the Journalism Class.
Bob Allen comforts jim Dunn in a
scene from "The Robe." The play was
presented by the class of '55 and was a
They tell me you are dead, yet I cannot
This night believe the unbelievableg
The restless beauty of your mind and heart
Will not be quenched within the shallow grave.
As beautiful as music to the soulg
The smile that probed the memory with pain
Your hands that moved caressing weightless things,
Of much remembered and of more foregoneg
Your eyes that looked upon a mocking world,
Their laughter misted with uncertainty,
That could so love and hate and then forgive . . .
Beyond the barriers of time and space
Must have their measure in Eternity.
Your guileless grace will here no more be seeng
No tears can recreate the lifeless clayg
Yet if your body but a spark retained
That love could fan to flame, my years I'd give
That you might walk the lovely earth again,
The valiant and the free-The unacclaimed.
The wind will scatter golden coins of leaves
Across your grave. But where are you? Oh, where?
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Buck row: Roluerta Spence, Steve Burton,
Patsy Parrill, Jon Siclcs, Lois Jean Seward,
Fred Hayes, Jane Hunt. Middle row: Larry
Wfood, Nancy Comer, Jane Buflington,
Marlene Crouch, George Thomas, Betty
Rankin, Linda Ramsey, Melha Miller. Tom
Wcmcmd. Front row: Jane Crist, treasurerg
Norma Sullivan, President, Joyce Hollo-
way, vice presidentg Bonnie Ancil, secre-
Back row: Dean Craun, Dian Shields, Jim
Pernod, Judy Rautenkranz, Benny Payne,
Darlene Thompson, Tim Smith, Judy Langs.
don, John Siegel. Seated: President, Mar-
tin Lee Davisg Jon Sicks, Secretary, Shirley
Thompson, Advisor, Mrs. Sicksg vice
dent, Larry Woodg Jane Hunt, and
Back rowz Dottie Kendall, Nancy Comer,
Linda Ramsey, Jane Crist, and Norma Sul-
livan. Seated: Jane Buffington, Marlene
Crouch, Betty Rankin, Bill Clem, Sue Bay-
less, Joyce Holloway, and Bonnie Ancil.
This year's Daughters of the American Revolution for Fairmount High
was Joyce Ann Holloway. The qualifications for this honor were out-
standing service, dependability, leadership, and patriotismi The D.A.R.
Citizenship award is one of the highest that can be achieved in high school.
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Girls Staters for 1956 were Maru Lou Thomas,
alternateg Nancy Leach, Jane Hunt, and Patsy
Parrill. Boys' Staters were George Crawford,
alternateg Steve Burton, Ion Sicks, and Fred
American Legion Award winners were
Larry XWood and Norma Sullivan, sen-
iors, Steve Burton, junior, and Carolyn 4
Gross and Lindley Comer, sophomores. its
Betty Rankin was the proud winner of this years Betty Crocker Homemaker ct
Today's eighty piece Fairmount High School Concert Band represents not the culmination of but,
rather, one of the accomplished steps in a plan set in motion five years ago next fall by Paull McCoy,
the director of the band. Credit should be given to the school administration and the parents for
their cooperation. Appearing at home football and basketball games, playing at the Grant County
Tournament, performing at the Contest Festival of the Northern Indiana School Band, Orchestra
and Vocal Association, furnishing music at civic affairs, such as commencement and the spring
festival, developing soloists and ensembles which rated excellent in this year's contests: all these
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One of the most dynamic people around F.H.S. is our
music director, Paull McCoy. He started earning this repu-
tation five years ago when he first came to Fairmount.
After finishing high school in Marion, Mr. McCoy had
two years of further education. Then he began playing
professional trumpet with such dance bands as jimmy Dor-
sey and Artie Shaw. Then came a stretch in the service the
last half-year of which he spent in a German concentration
camp. Returning with his wife Robbie to Marion, Mr.
McCoy attained his BS, degree at Marion college and be-
came music director at Fairmount the next year. The band
has improved tremendously in performance as well as in
size under Mr. McCoy's capable direction. He attained his
Masters' degree at Ball State during the past year. Busy
though he is, he still finds time for such favorite hobbies
as painting, reading, composing and arranging, and record
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activities plus the annual concert presented at the Veterans Hospital and a home concert presented
early in March were among the more important band projects. The officers for the year were:
president, Jay I-luntg vice president, Norma Sullivang secretary, jane Buffingtong social chairmen,
Jane Hunt and Richard Payneg librarian. jane Kirkpatriclcg administrative assistants, Tom Wocud,
Tim Smith, and Phillip John. Much has been done. Much remains to be done, but the musical future
of the band and the school is bright. 1
Practice! Practice! Every day during third
period the gym was occupied by the girls to
the right who are Marlene Crouch, Susan Cal-
lahan, janet Reasoner, jane Crist, captaing
Melba Miller, and Connie Maple, Among their
activities the twirlers have participated at foot-
ball and basketball games besides twirling at
community functions with the band. Their
outfits, which greatly contributed to their
appearance, were made during the year. In
addition to their own performances these
twirlers are to be commended for training
a group of younger girls to carry on. Since this
was a senior corps, the absence of their excel-
lent showmanship will be acknowledged re-
gretfully at F.H.S.
First row: David Madigan, Norma Sulli-
van, jim Tutorow, Jane Buffington, and
Ray Hartley. Second row. Tom Wood,
George Crawford, Jay Hunt, Mike Davis,
Dan Garner, and john Siegel.
First row: jane Langsdon, Sandra Brown,
jean Robbins, Beverly Jamison, Marcia
Monahan, Carolyn Miller, Nancy Bowman.
Second row: Norma Sullivan, Tom Wood,
accompanist, Rose Ann DeWitt, Rita Van
Osdol, Linda Lewis, Pauline Ancil, Beth
Mullen, Mr. Paull McCoy, director, and
First row: Fred Hayes, David Madigan.
Norma Sullivan, Jim Tutorow, Pauline An-
cil, George Crawford, jane Langsdon, Tom
Wood, Jack Craun, and Tim Smith. Second
row: Mr. McCoy, sponsor, Sherrill Hips-
kind, Linda Lewis, Joan Lewis, Nancy Bow-
man, Carolyn Miller, Beth Mullen, Sue
Ellen Hayes, Deborah Wood, and Ronnie
Haisley. Third row: Carleen Harbour, Rose-
mary Hipskind, Rita Van Osdol, Marilyn
Holder, Nancy Stewart, Jane Buffington
Jane Kirkpatrick, and Donna Riley.
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cluded its ninth and rnost successful year. Fairmount High school spirit and sportsman
ship were rated high during the '55-'56 season.
The girls' uniforms this year consisted of black and gold jackets and dickies.
Officers chosen for the year were president, Marlene Crouchg treasurer, Connie Maple
secretary, Sue Lynn Baylessg and faculty advisor, Annalee Cloud.
The booster club was no less than 108 voices strong this year, and everyone hopes in
terest in this club will progress in years to come.
Once again, under the guidance of Mrs, Annalee Cloud, our F.H.S. booster club con-
In the picture at the right are the following officers: President,
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Sandy Skinnerg Vice President, Martha Clemg Secretary, Virginia
Harveyg Treasurer, Brenda Ellingwoodg Editor, Sue Malaskag His-
torian, jayne Kirkpatrickg Parliamentarian, Sandy Nottinghamg
Song leader. Darlene Thompsong Photographer, Linda Hirksg
Chapter Mother, Mrs. Max Nottingham.
This skit was presented at the
F.H.A. District Meeting. The
theme for the skit was an F.H.A.
party. The people on the left
portray a party in Grandmothefs
day. The Modern age is shown
at a party of hep cats in Bermuda
shorts at the right.
junior and Senior F.H.A. chapters have had many activities during
the year. One of the biggest things was the Spring F.H.A. District
meeting held here on March 17. Both chapters worked very hard
planning and preparing the meeting. This picture shows the
girls as they were making the preparations.
In the picture at the left are the officers jane Crist president
Pat Parrill, vice president Sue Bayless secretary jane Buffington
Treasurerg Linda Ramsey parliamentarian Nancy Leach historian
Joanne Clement, editorg Dottie Kendall song leader Nancy Com
er, honor chapter chairman Mrs Lewis Crist Chapter Mother
and Miss Nancy Phillips advisor for both groups
The picture below is of the entire group of Senior FHA girls
The F.F.A. had a very successful year. Some of their projects were selling Farm Quarterly maga-
zines, plat books, flower and garden seed. The things that made this a successful year were chiefly
accomplishments of the alumni. Audry Wright was selected to sing in the National Chorus, Phil
Compton was named American Farmer, and Ronald Smith was named the outstanding farmer of
Grant County. I-Ie was a charter member of the F.F.A. chapter started in 1936.
The officers for this year were president, Larry Wood, vice president, Martin Lee Davis, secre-
tary, David Dumpert, treasurer, Charles Livezeyg reporter, jim Comer, and sentinel, Charles Haisley.
Hugh Caughell is the organization sponsor.
Front row: David Dumpert, Ronnie
Smalley, Pet Bethay, Armor Burgan,
jim Sheets, and Charles Haisley. Mid-
dle row: Bill Jacobs, and Charles Wood-
ruff. Back row: Gene Wood, Donald
Gibs Jn, Raymond Peters, and Coach Bob
With Mr. James Stricker as spon-
sor the following officers headed Art
Club during 1955-56,
Patty Meyers, presidentg Mozelle
Williams, vice president, Eilene
Ailes, secretary-treasurerg Howard
Officers for the past year
were Larry Wood, president,
vice president, jerry Blake,
Martin Lee Davis, secretary-
treasurerg and Mr. Tom Rice,
Mr. Gene Skirvin, Mr. jim
Barrett, and Mr. Earl Mac-
Anally were sponsors.
Gene Skirvin assumed sponsorship
of the Hi-Y this year. Officers in-
cluded Tom Wood, secretary, Mike
Karnes, vice presidentg Richard
Payne, president, Jim Comer, treas-
urer, and Tim Smith, chaplain.
The N.F.L. this year consisted of the
following members. Seated left to right are
Connie Maple, Carleen Harbour ,sponsoig
Miss Hoover, Melba Miller, Tom Wcvocl.
Janet Reasoner, and Norma Sullivan. Stand-
ing left to right are Nancy Leach and Car-
olyn Winsloxv. The officers for the year
were president, Melba Millerg vice presi-
dent, Tom Woodg and secretary, Norma
The officers for Thespians this year were
president, Nancy Leachg vice president,
Steve Burtong secretary, Joanne Clementg
treasurer, Melba Millerg and clerk, Jane
The Thespians gave a play at a confer-
ence at Ball State Teachers' College on
March 17, 1956. Miss Hoover was the
sponsor this year.
The officers of the Speech Club this yeif
were the following: president, Connie Ma-
pleg vice president, Sandra Phenegaf5 595'
retary-treasurer, Judy Fryeg and parliamen-
tarian, Joanne Clement. Members from ti
Speech Club attended such speech conf
ences as Anderson, North Manchester,
Purdue. Miss Hoover was the sponsor. '
The Girls Athletic Association provides
an opportunity for many girls to partici-
pate in many sports. The organization
was started here in 1950-1951. G.G.A.
officers this past year were Marlene
Crouch, president, Sue Lynn Bayless,
vice president, Nancy Comer, secretary,
Connie Maple, treasurer, sponsor, Mrs.
Annalee Cloud, co-sponsor, Mrs. Doris
Librarians who faithfully served us under
the direction of Mr. Wood were Brenda
Ellingwood, Virginia Tobin, Linda Ailes,
Ronnie Haisley, Joyce Holloway, Bonnie
Pettiford, Jane Hoke, Nancy Stewart, Betty
Rankin, Connie Reed, Mary C. Winslow,
Bonnie Ancil, Virginia Harvey, and Nancy
Officers of Prayer Band this past year were Bonnie Ancil,
president, Joyce Holloway, vice president, secretary, Ethel
Robbins. Members standing vertically were'Linda Duling,
Carolyn Miller, Joyce Holloway, Bonnie Ancil, Carleen
Harbour, Rose Ann DeWitt, Joanne Clement, Marilyn Hold-
er, Mr. Elliott, sponsorg those standing horizontally were
Joan Lewis, Rita Van Osdol, Ethel Robbins, Jane Langsdon,
Judy Langsdon, and Jean Robbins.
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MARY JANE GIBSON
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First row: Student manager, jack Dunn, W. J. Burton, David Kendall, Ted Crosley, Phil Comer, jim
Pernod, Mike Barrett, Danny Ribble, Frank Callahan, jerry Doherty, Chuck Gaither, Arlen Hasty, Student
manager, Doug Mann. Second row: Coach, jim Barrett, jim Smithson, Stev Burton, John Buller, Pat Eltz-
roth, Phil Gibson, jack Craun, Lindley Comer, David McG1ynn, Ted Haisley, Benny Payne, Howard Hiatt,
Assistant manager, Gene Skirvin. Third row: Martin Lee Davis, David Dumpert, john jones, jerry Blake,
Pete King, jack Skinner, Ronnie Smalley, Bert Bush, jon Sicks, Steve Fox, Mike Karnes, Bob Pernod, and
6 losses. Two
1955 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
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JERRY BLAKE-A senior guard, led the team in scoring and was the playmaker of the
squad. jerry was a fine dribbler and got many close-in shots after eluding his guard.
His leadership and determination will be missed next year.
BQB PERNOD-A 6, In letterman, played at forward in his last year for F.H.S. Bob
finished the season as one of the leading scorers and his rebounding will be greatly
missed next year.
LARRY WOOD-A senior center, who at 6, 2" was the team's tallest member, always
grabbed a big share of the rebounds. Larry was not a great scorer but could be depended
on for ten points.
CLARENCE UPETEI' KING-A senior guard, played but part of his junior year on the
reserves. He always gave a steady performance. "Pete" was the "long shooter" of the
MARTIN LEE DAVIS-A senior guard in his first year on the squad, had trouble get-
ing into shape after an early season injury. He was respected for his deadly one-hand
CHARLES "POKEY" GAITHER-A freshman guard, was the team's defensive stand-
out in addition to being a leading scorer. Pokey scored in double figures many times. He
has three more years to wear the Quaker colors.
BERT BUSH-A junior guard, made up in -spirit what he lacked in size. He was a spark
in the team's first win at Van Buren, scoring seven points the last half.
DICK PAYNE-A 5' 10" junior guard, Dick had some mid-season trouble making the
switch from guard to forward, but came on fast atfer the county tournament. A one-
hand jump shot was his speciality.
LARRY ENGLE-A sophomore forward, although only 5' 10" rebounded with the
bigger boys and was a real scrapper. Larry played a fine game against Van Buren, scoring
nine points and rebounding well.
BOB AILES-A junior forward standing 6' 1" played his first year on the varsity. In
the Converse game he twice put Fairmount ahead in the last minute with jump shots.
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STEVE BURTON KENNETH ECCLES TOM RICE
Despite numerous shifting of players during the season, the reserves had won 8 and lost 8 with
2 games to go when the annual went to press. Members of the team pictured below are: Arlen Hasty,
David Kendall, W. J. Burton, Benny Payne, Lindley Comer, David Clement, Jack Craun, Terome
Gough, Kenny Hoke, and Emory Eccles.
The Freshman squad won the County Freshman Basketball League this year. They lost to jefferson
34 to 32 in the Freshman Basketball Tournament held at Fairmount. Pictured above left to right:
Coach Gene Skirvin, Bob Peacock, David Ricks, Larry Cambell, Sammy Williams, jim Pernod,
Student Managers, Phil Comer, jim Ratliffg jay Hunt, jerry Doherty, Denny Stroup, Dan Ribble,
Bob Cromer, and David Comer.
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Team members left to right are: john Peck, Paul Chapel, Ronnie Dailey, Gary King, jim DuBois,
David Houston, john Siegel, Ted Reasoner, Lynn Mendenhall, Ronnie Rhoacls, Russell Carter, and
Coach Bill Cloud. On February 11 these boys won the 1956 Grant County Invitational Tournament
by defeating Landess, Roseburg, jefferson, and Evans.
squad wound up the season with an
3' losses. The Quakers defeated jeffer-
Fairmount High School's track
' excellent record of five wins and two
son, Pendleton, Winchester, Sweet-
ser, and won a four-way meet with
Yorktown, Selma, and Albany. Orval
Myers copped individual honors by
setting a new record in the low
Pictured above, Bert Bush, Pat Eltzroth, Kenneth
Eccles, Richard Payne, Mike Karnes, jerry Blake,
Jack Skinner, David Kendall, Arlen Hasty, Martin
Lee Davis, Bob Moore, Earl McAnally, J C Kirk,
David Barnhart, Larry Engle, Bob Pernod, Lind-
Pictured above: 1955 Seniors, Bob Sheets, Orval Myers, Charles Hime-
lick, Joe Comer, Dick Stroup, Bob Allen, Larry Stookey, Bob Blair.
CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD
Fairmount High School's cross
country team had a rough season this
year, as they could only squeeze but
two victories in their six dual meets.
They placed third in the Yorktown
Invitational, second in a three-way
meet, and thirteenth in the Sectional.
First row: jay Hunt, Coach Earl
McAnally, Emory Eccles. Second row:
David Barnhart, Denny Stroup, Dave
Clement, Phil Mitchner, and Larry
ley Comer, Jack Craun, Steve Fox, jon Sicks, and
Coach Tom Rice.
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The MAX PEMBERTON GARAGE will always give
excelleni' rural welding and highway service.
EVERETT CORN, FAIRMOUNT REALTOR AND
AUCTIONEER in his office.
Marlha Crisl' receives some of ETHEL HUNT'S beau-
Allen Turhune and assisfanfs, Bob Schroeder and
Verlin Pierce, inspecl' firs+ edilion of WEEKLY
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MR. AND MRS. R. M. HALL look over an assorl-
menl' of dry goods and cosmefics from 'rheir DE-
THOMAS SHOE STORE AND SHOE REPAIR
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WOLFE WEAR-U-WELL SHOES
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eIeva'ror is Ioca'red nor+heas'r of 'rown on SI'a+e Road
'I Phone 274
Fairmounf Ielephone operafors serving you aI' Ihe
5 swi'rchboard of THE CITIZENS TELEPHONE COM-
Ig, PANY. The Company is now changing +o 'rhe Dial
Sfafe Farm Insurance agen+, KENNY MARTIN, looks
up from his premium book.
This dignified building sI'ands on Ihe corner of Main
and Four+h S+ree+s. MR. HARDEN is always ready
Io give Ihoughfful and sympa+he+ic Funeral Service.
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Prescripfion SpeciaIis+s guarding your HeaIIh-
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The employees of Ihe FAIRMOUNT STATE BANK
are always al' 'rheir sfafions ready 'Io serve you.
THE BUSZARD BROTHERS in Ironr of Iheir s+ore
and Iruclc, ready for work.
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cusfomers in selecfing merchandise.
James Brewer enioys fhe comforl' of one of +he name
brands fealured in his es+abIishmenI', THE HOOVER-
NEEDLER FURNITURE STORE.
Waller Wybrew and Franlc Day displaying show-
cases of porfraifs al' I'IOCKETT'S STUDIO.
BLUE RIBBON DAIRY BAR
Home of Gianl' Malls
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Bob Williamson inspecis merchandise ai' fhe FAIR-
Dave and George Payne af fhe pumps of fhe SHELL
SERVICE STATION ready 'lo serve you.
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y ClRlST'S CLEANERS are Mr. Csrisi' and his em-
ll ployee, Clarence Jenkins.
REEVES' STANDARD SERVICE will serve you wifh
a smile rain or shine.
E i .T y Bud NoH'ingham and Phil Buicher wailing +o serve
, 4 A l g I you al BUD'S BARBER SHOP.
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Bob Riggs and Mr. and Mrs. Denver Riggs sfancl in
fronl' of 'rheir garage, where you'll always gel' prompl'
Bob Smiih and Sim Siewari' of STEWART'S FURNI-
TURE-Where living is made more comioriable
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Sian Kesler IS PICIUTSCI here wi+h an array of his new
Phone I22 and I63
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Geradine CIem, Johnnie Voighi, David Moore make
I5 wire baskeis on machines ai' 'rhe FAIRMOUNT WIRE
Purchase gas, fuel oil, accessories and new and used
farm equipmenf ai' fhe HOOSIER PETE SERVICE
Phone I57 I
Busy Chris+mas shoppers choose from 'rhe array of
,1iF+s in +he BEN FRANKLIN STORE, managed by
The beauiiful uH'ra-modern BEECHWOOD COURT
is Iocaied on S+ai'e Highway 37. Nobie Mariin is +he
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COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, inspecfs fhe pro-
ducfs of his well-known company.
SUTTER'S PURE MILK COMPANY, Home of Oualiiy
Check Dairy Produc+s, is localed in Marion.
IDYL WYLD SKATING RINK, lndiana's mosl' beauri-
ful Roller Palace, is open 'lo l'he public and available
for privale parlies.
Phone Marion 6053
Willis Holre, owner of HOKELAND FARM EQUIP-
MENT, shows 'two of his prize-winning Holsleins along
wi+h a Massey-Harris and a Ferguson +rac+or. Also
in +he picfure are Mrs. Holme, Kennefh Holce, Phil
Holme, mechanics: EvereH' Telrick and Keilh Small.
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Haclcleman. They are shown here wifh lheir claughier,
Rhonda Sue. A
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Shirley l-lia'H' and George Arlmeier pose wifh a clis-
play of lools from CENTRAL LUMBER COMPANY.
Flowers for All Occasions
T y 'M Russell Venifz and Jack Leming go over accounfs a+
'lheir desk al +he FAIRMOUNT LUMBER COMPANY.
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LEE ROBERTS and secrelary will help you wi+h your
real esfafe, insurance, and income +ax problems.
Bob Kirkpafrick of MARATHON PRODUCTS a+ fhe
bulk s+a+ion here in Fairmounf.
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HUNT'S FUNERAL HOME provides smcere and
dignified service in Iime of need.
Claude Sullivan and his helper perch aI'op a bulldozer
aI' worlc in Marion. Phone 280-L for C. C. SULLIVAN,
EXCAVATOR AND CONTRACTOR.
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'farmers of Ihe communify.
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insfalled by 'Ihe J. W. PAYNE LIGHTING FIXTURE
COMPANY of Fairmount Phone 375 or 39.
Visil' Edwards REXALL DRUG STORE for fine cos-
mefics, school supplies, giF+s, and prescripiions.
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