Fairview High School - Paw Paw Yearbook (Fairview, WV)
- Class of 1941
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The members of the Paw Paw Staff have
thoughtfully and devotedly dedicated this
book to Mr. Eugene Rogers who has been a
splendid teacher and who has made countless
friends in our school. He has only been
with us for three years, but during this
time he has accomplished much.
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A. B. West Virginia Wesleyan
A. M. West Virginia University
A, B, West Virginia University
Eugene F. Rogers
A. B. Fairmont State Teachers College
M. S. Fairmont State Teachers College
A. B. Fairmont State Teacher: College
A. B. Fairmont State Teachers College
A. B. West Virginia University
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Senior Class Officers
President...... .. Daniel Vingis
Vice President.... . .. .. Howard Taylor
Secretarygbocoo li O to60E1-O5-Se
Treasurer.. . .. . . .. .... ... Norma Henderson
We, the Seniors of Fairview High,
Think the last years have gone by
Much too quickly for the fun
And the many goals we've run.
But we've liked them,
And we'll miss
All the sorrows, joys, and bliss
Of the many, many trials
We've endured the last few miles.
Class Colors: Blue and White
Class Flower: Sweet pea.
Glass Motto: WWe are not at the top, but climbingn
Elouise Ruth Baker Fairview
Secretary of Class 2-3-L3 G.A.A. 2-35
May Festival l-21
Cheerleader 3-45 'Hulda of Hollandng
'Night of January l6th'
Bernell Lough Fairview
Dominick A101 Grant Town
Football l-2-3-bi Chemistry Club Lg
Pres. hi Vice Pres. of Varsity Club
bg Basketball 2-3 .
Frances Slobadzian Grant Town
May Festival l-2g Press Club 3-L.
Josephine Zablotony Grant Town
Glee Club 1-2g Student Body Vice Pres.
Press Club 3-bi Dramatics bg 'Hu1da of
Hollandn 'Rose of the Danuben WSeven
Sistersnnf , 2
Wayne Straight Grant Town
F.F.A.g Treasure 2-bg Varsity Club 3-ug
James Czika Grant Town
Orchestra 1-2-3-Lg Dramatic Club 3-Lg
Glee Club 2-33 Thespian 3-L: Science
Club Lg Vice Pres kg Paw Paw Staff 3-Lg
Editor Lg Football Lg Student Council
3-bg 'Hulda of Holland' W0ne Mad Night'
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Naida Elizabeth Zanko Grant Town
Girl Reserves 1.
Margaret Varney Grant Town
Dramatic Club bg Press Club lg Clee
Club 2-33 May Festival 2-33 'Rose
of the Danube' 'Hu1da of Hollandn.
Pauline Lough C
Girl Reserves 33 May Festival 25 Home
Ec Club A.
Edith Knisely Baxter
Clee Club 1-2-33 Paw Paw Staff 1-2-3-Lg
May Festival 1-25 WHulda of Hollandn.
Dora Tennant Fairview
Girl Reserves 1-2-3g G.A.A. 23 Home Ec.
Club Secretary kg
Chester Glen Baker Fairview
Varsity Club ug Football 2-3-Lg
Basketball 2-3-by Student Council 2-3.
Julia Sabatina Crant Town
Dramatic Club 35 Lay Festival 2-33
Pep Club A.
Melvin Barr Fairview
F.F.A. 2-33 Press Club Ag Clee Club 2.
Glen Cosner Grant Town
Basketball 23 Varsity Club 1g,.15ep Club
Lg Clee Club 23 Baseball L.
G.A.A. 53 Dramatics
tra 2-5-hz 'Growing
Pains' 'Molly O'
Ervin Beatty Price Fhirview
Glee Club 3-by Chemistry Club kg Var-
sity Club Lg Basketball 2-3-Lg Base-
ball by Football 35 Pep Club L.
Monnard Coffman Fairview
Glee Club 1-2-55 Press C1uD Ass't Ed.
Eg F.F.A. M-5: 'Rose or the Danube'
Hulda 0 f Holland'
Josephine Smiers Faifvie'
Girl Reserves 1-23 Pres. 2: Student
Council Mg Dramatic Club 2-5-M3 Sec.
Thespians 2-2-hp Sec. M: 'Two Crooks
and anLady' What a Life' 'Growing
Daniel Vingis 1 Grant Town
Vice Pres. of Class l-23 Glee Club l
Science Club 5-M3 Varsity Club 5-hp
Senior Class Pres: Basketbal 1 5-hi
Katholeen Parker Fairview
Girl Reserves lg Dramatics Club l-55
Science Club 55 May Festival l-2-hz
Marion Jean Barth Fairview
Glee Club lg May Festival 1-2-5-by
Pav Paw Staff ug student Council up
Press Club Bus. Mgr. My Dramatics
Club 5-M3 'Rose of the Danube' '
'Molly 0'Shangnnessey'. I
Junior Ice Grant Town
Glee Club lg Dramatics Club 23 Pep
Club bs F.F.A.
Lynn Tracy Moore Fairview
F.F.A. Secretary 5g Basketball My Paw
Paw Staff bg Glee Club 1-bg HAn Old-
Margaret Caste Grant Town
Girl R6S81W6S lg Glee Club 13 nHulda
of Holland' May Festival 1
Lena Adams Grant Town
Girl Reserves 13 May Festival 1-2-3
Dramatics 53 Press Club hgnThe Night
of January l6thn
John Pitrola Grant Town
Varsity Club l-2-5-Lg Science Club 23
Hannah Katherine White Grant Tovm
Girl Reserves 53 G.A.A. 5-L, Pros. Lg
Press Club L
Howard De'l.mnr Foley Fairviev:
Glee Club 1-2-53 Press Club M
Loma Maxine Lough Fairview
Glee Club lg Girl Reserves lg May
Betty Hazeldine Haught Fairview
Girl Reserves lg Glee Club 13 May
Wilbert Howard Wright Fairview
F.F.A. 33 Press Club L.
Wilde Parrish Fairview
Glee Club Vice Pres. l-25 May Festival
l-23 Press Club Adv. Mgr. L: Paw Paw
Staff bg 'Rose of the Danuben HHu1da
of Holland' 'Molly 0'Shaughnesseyn.
Margaret Simmons Grant Town
May Festival l-2g Girl Reserves 1-2.
James Harry Mazure Grant Town
Glee Club 2g Dramatics Club L: Pres.
of Student Body L: Science Club 3-bg
Glee Club 23 Football 3-Lg Basketball
2-3-bi WHulda of Holland' nSeven
Helen Frances Dragoo Fairview
May Festival 1-2-3-L3 Glee Club 1-
Minstrel 3g Dramatics Club 3-h Sec.
Lg Thespians L: Orchestra l-2-3-L
Pres. L3 Paw Paw Staff 3-hi HRose of
the Danuben WOne Mad Nightn Wwhat a
Lifen nseven Sisters'
Julius Brachbk Grant Town
Varsity Club Lg Baseball 2-3-A.
Howard Kenneth Taylor Fairview
Glee Club 1-2-3-L5 Sec 2g Vice Pres.
Senior Classg Dramatics Club 2-3g
Th9SPi8RS 3-bi Baseball bg 'Rose of
the Danuben WHulda of Hollandn None
Mad Nightn 'An Old Spanish Customu.
Agnes Tilko Grant Town
Press Club 33 may Festival 2.
John Toothman Grant Town
Press Club 3-hi F.F.A. 3-bi Vice Pres.
Norma Helen Henderson Fairview
Girl Reserves 1-2-33 Home Ec. Club L
Pres. Lg may Festival 1-23 Paw Paw
Staff by Senior Class Treasure.
Pauline Shenlosky Grant Town
Press Club 3-bi May Festival 1-2.
Otmer Brookover Fairview
Glee Club 1-23 Camera Club 33 Press
Club hg Editor of Twin Tower Times
Lg Chemistry Club Lg Student Council
33 'Hulda of Holland'.
Julia Jo Pitrola Grant Town
Girl Reserves lg Glee Club 2g Science
Club 23 Dramatic Club 1-2-3-Ag Student
Council bg Thespian bg nwhat a Life'.
Lester Lough Fairview
F.F.A. 3-L5 Basketball 2-3-h.
W611S GOTHIBII I Fairview
Dramatics Club l-23 Science Club lg
Glee Club lg Varsity Club l-2-3-Lg
Theapians 2-3-by Paw Paw starr 2g
Class Pres. 2g Basketball l-2-3-Lg
F00tb8l1 1-2-3-bi 'Growing Pains'
Eva St8tl81' Fairview
May Festival 1-2g Girl Reserves lg
Juanita Cummings Grant Town
Glee Club Sec-Trees. lg Girl Reserve
Vice Pres 33 G.A.A. 33 Press Club Lg
Pep Club Sec-Treas Lg May Festival 2-
3g 'Rose of the Danube'.
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George Wilson Feirvlew
F.F.A. 2-3-hi Reporter L.
Gerald Shuman Fairview
Glee Club 2-3' Varsit Club 3-L
Chemistry Club Lg Basketball 2-5-ug
Football 2-3-L: WHulda of Hollandn
Daisy Pearl Moore Fairview
Glee Club lg G.A.A. 2-35 May Festival
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Mildred Harker Fairview
Girl Reserves lg G.A.A. 2-3-bg Sec.-
Treas. by Press Club by Pep Club Lg
May Festival 2-3.
Michael Buzzy Grant Town
Lester Lyle Walls Grant Tgwn
Press Club 2g Varsity Club 3-L3 Sec.
Trees. L: Football 1-2-3-Lg Student-
Marjorie Quisenberry Grant Tgwn
Girl Reserves li Glee Club 25 May
Paul Parrish Fairview
Dramatics Club 25 Science Club 35
F.F.A. 25 Pep Club L5 Glee Club 25
'The Night of January l6thW nmolly
Junior Toothman Grant Town
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Donald Hibbs Grant Town
Mike Pringle Fairview
Glee Club 35 Press Club 35 Football
3-L5 Varsity Club by 'Rose of the
William Whetzel Fairview
F.F.A. 2-35 Pres. L5 Paw Paw Staff L5
Student Council 1-25 Football 1-2-3-L5
MST GRY f
Early in th fall of 1957 ninety seven students enrolled
in Fairview High School as Freshmen. We Freshmen were very
happy and d1dn't mind being called nFreshiesn because we knew
we would be dignified seniors some day.
In order to be a successful class we elected officers to
guide our destinies through that first exciting year. They
were: Bill Lloyd, president, Daniel Vlngis, vice president,
James Czika, secretary and treasurer, and John Pitrola, William
Whetzel and Daniel Vingis, student council representatives.
Our motto ls nNot at the top but cl1mb1ng.n We selected our
colors which are blue and white and our class flower, the sweet
pea. This was the first meeting with our sponsors,Miss Clayton,
Miss Young, and Mr. Straight.
One of our students, Wells Gorman, acted in the play, nThe
Night of January l6.H Near the end of school we spent a very
enjoyable ewening at Reservoir Park. This ended our first year
Our Sophomore year was even more successful that the first.
Our class officers were: Wells Gorman, President, Daniel Vingls,
vice president, Eloise Baker, secretary and treasurer, and
Esther Wilson, William Whetzel, and David Van Meter, student
council representatives. Again our class took an active part in
all school activities--Josephine Smlers and Wells Gorman played
a good part in the play nGrowing Pa1ns.U Our class held four
offices on the Paw Paw Staff, the organization which makes our
annual possible. There were several Sppnomores out for foot-
ball and basketball. They were: Wells Gorman, Lester Lough,
Mike Pringle, Chester Baker, John Pltrola, William Whetzel, Dan-
iel Vlngls, Dominick Aloi, Lester Walls, James Mazure, Gerald
Shuman, James Czlka, and Glenn Cosner. Several Sophomore girls
took part in the annual May Uestival. During the year the class
enjoyed a skating party at Nannington. Again in June we took
leave of our schoolmates and teachers.
ln 1959 we were together again. This year welcomed some
new members to our class who came from Rivesvllle. We also had
with us two new sponsors, Miss Brooks and Mr. Robert Michael,
Our class officers were : Raymond Moore, president, Eloise Baker,
secretary, Alice Rachel Yost, treasurer, and James Czlka, Otmer
Brookover, David Van Meter and Chester Baker, student council
representatives. The class as a whole was very active in all
sports and clubs. Josephine Smiers won second place in the dis-
trict for poetry Interpretation in Public Speaking Contest.
Marlon Jean Barth won first place in the HHartley'sn Dress
Making Contest.' Our class also won the class tournament which
was held March 6 and 7.
Officers of the Student Body for the following year were
elected May 7. They were: James Mazure, President, Josephine
Zabolotny, vice president, and Josephine Smiers, secretary and
treasurer. Although we were sorry to learn that the Rivesville
students would not be with us next year, we looked forward to
our last year which, withour a doubt, would be our most impor-
l9LO we were back in school as dignified Seniors. We
elected our class officers September 25. They were Daniel
Vingis, president, Howard Taylor, vice president, Eloise Baker,
secretary, Norma Henderson, treasurer, and Marion Jean Barth,
William Whetzel, and Julia itrola, student council represent-
atives. The senior class initated the HFreshiesN and put the
boys through theuhbelt line.H On October 16, we sponsored a
Student Mix in order that all students might become better ac-
quainted. Thirteen senior boys ron jackets for their splendid
work in foorball, basketball, and baseball. They were: Lester
Walls, James Mesure, Lester Lough, Wayne Straight, Uilliam
Vhetzel, Gerald Shuman, Dominick Aloi, Julius Brachok, Wells
Gorman, John Pitrola, Daniel Vingis, Mike Pringle, and Chester
Baker. James Czika was editor of the Paw Pav Annual. There
were eleven other seniors members of the Paw Paw Staff. Otmer
Brookover was editor-in-chief of the Twin Tower Times.
Again this year we won the class tournament and several
prizes. On March 27, we presented our play, WMollie O'Shaugh-
nesseyn, which was a great success, The Seniors who took part
were: Wells Gorman, John Pitrola, Bill Whetzel, Paul Parrish,
Mike Pringle, Glenn Cosner, Ann Hlusko, Katholcne Parker, Hilda
Parrish, Mike Buzzy, Elouise Baker, Hannah White, and Marion
Jean Barth. Josephine Smicrs entered the Interscholastic
Public Speaking contest in the field of interpretation of poetry.
Having von the District contest at Fairmonc she was eligible
to enter the State contest at Morgantown. For winning second
place in the state contest she was awarded a silver medal.
Josephine Zebolotny was crowned Queen at our May Day Fes-
tival. Her attendants were Katholcne Parker, Helen Dragoo,
Marion Jean Barth, Juanita Cummings, Elouise Baker, and Josephine
Smiers. Te, Seniors, went to Pittsburgh on HSnoak Dayn. This
was the last time that we enjoyed ourselves as a class on a trip.
As we approach Commencement week our hearts are filled with
sadness, because we realize that the good times which we have had
at Fairview High School, with our teachers and many friends are
coming to a close. Yet we are'looking forward to the future with
determination, for 'we are not at the top but climbing.W
Historian ---- Dora Tennant
Mary Margaret Simmons
Marion Jean Barth
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Dear Helen, .
With all my work as an interior decorator I do not have
much time for letter writing, but I wanted to tell you about
the very strange dream I had last night. I usually read before
retiring but last night I could find nothing to interest me so
I looked through the nWho's Who in America. Some of the names
were familiar, and among those were James Czlka, Edith,KhlQ9l!v,
and Norma Henderson, James is playing ln moving pictures now
and Qlso on the stage. Edith's drawing of women had made her
famous while Norma is noted as the second "Florence Nightingale'
because of her great nursing ability. Reading this brought back
memories and made me dream.
I dreamed that there was a big parade, and I was watching
from the window of my office. I noticed that there was an un-
usually large band, directed by Lynn Moore, who always liked
music. Down the street behind the band came Eloulse Baker
with a trouP of fancy dressed Indians who did come dancing.
Do you remember how in high school she was always teaching the
kids how to do Indian dancing? There w9re several floats re-
presenting various states. West Virginia was represented bv a
mound and several mound builders. Some of the mound builders
were John Toothman, William Whetzel, and Monard Coffman, all
prosperous farmers of the state. A group of people represent-
ing different sports followed the floats. Dan Vingls, a famous
football coach and his assistant Lester Walls, lead the group
with Gerald Shuman, Chester Baker, Wells Gorman, and Lester
Lough all sharing the spotlight for baske?-ball. CIt seems
strange that I would dream about Wells still bein? a basketball
player when I read ln the paper only last night that he was run-
ning on the Democratic ticket for Justice of Peace of the small
town called Farmington., Julius Brachok, the second Babe Ruth,
represented baseball. Ann Hlusko, the tennis champion, was also
there. The remainder of the sports were WGQPESCUIVA by people
that I didn't know, so I thought that I would glance through the
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inent society leaders in their big car driven by that impressive
looking chauffeur, Michael Buzzy, Mike is also their bookkeeper.
Jufmita Cimninas Martin?'M!.ld!'el'HHrkePl?Wb1tc, and Kstholene
Parker Banner, all modern housewives, were dressed for the occa-
sion, as were James Mazure, an important statesman, with
Josephine Zablotony, who manages his house and his heart, and
his secretary, Margaret Caste.
More floats followed, one was with girls who were modeling '
'Hannah White Frocks.W Some of the models were Pauline Shenlosky,
Frances globodzian, Margaret Varney and Mary Tilko. I might add
that all the girls looked very chic with hairdresses by Margie
Quisenberry, manicures by Daisy Moore, and make-up by Julia Sab-
' A float with men modeling all the latest clothing also passef
me, and some of the models were familar. They were George Wilson,
Richard Straight, Ervin Price and Howard Taylor.
There were several orators there speaking'on the subject of
democracy and among them were Josephine Smiers, who looked very
charming in a frock made for her by the famous seamstress, Marion
Jean Barth. Other urators were Junior Ice who always talked in
school, Paul Parrish, the state senator, and Otmer Brookover, the
editor of the great magazine, NKnow'It All.n Secretaries taking
down the oratiohs were Dora'Tennant, Betty Haught, Mary Simmons,
Maxine Lough, Pauline Lough, and Naida Zanko.
I also saw Eva Statler dressed in a nurse's uniform wheeling
an old woman, who had been injured in an automobile accident.
The only comedians I saw were Mike Pringle and Wilbert
Wright. They were dressed as cowboys. Do you remember how hand-
some Mike looked in his cowboy outfit in the Senior play? Donald
Hibbs was dressed as an organ grinder and was doing very good
business, Dominick Aloi was selling newspapers on'one corner
and Melvin Barr was selling groceries on the other. Bernell
Lough was'playing the piano for Junior Toothman, the famous
jitterbug. The only other person I sal that I knew was Glenn
Cosner. He is'still playing Romeo only his Juliet was not Marion
Jean this time. I didn't know the latest, this one was a blonde.
I suppose knowing that you are a famous dress designer is
the reason for your not being in my dream. This has been a
rather long letter, but I Know you would be interested,
I, Dominick Aloi,'my football ability leave,
To Glen Avery Fox, if he can make the team.
I Michael Buzzy, my long legs do will '
To Shrimpy Smires who never stands still.
I, Gerald Shaman, will my height so tall'
lo Ralph Parker who can use it next fall.
I, Wells Gorman, will my basketball career
To Mason Brenham who could use it next year.
I, Lester Walls, who wants to be a bum
Will Pete Dembrosky my handy thumb.
I, Julius Brachok, with many a sigh
Will my pranks in school to Jackie Frye.
I, George Wilson, new I don't mean no harm
Will Elizabeth Ann Knisely my ability to farm.
I, James Czika, leave my place on the staff
To Kyle Swisher who likes to photograph.
I, Mike Pringle, and I do mean this
Will anyone my P. D. book which W n't be missed.
I, William Whctzol, a friend to all
Vy studying ability to Denzil Wall.
I, Ervin Price, will with pleasure
Uv cheerful ways to Nick Mazure.
I, Danny Vingis, will my women so many
To Carl Kinty who hasn't any.
I, Otmer Brookover, will my flock of red hair
To Mr. Rogers who didn't get his share.
We, Bcrnell and Pauline Lough, our qui tness will
To Fred Kupernick who oan't keep still.
I, James Mazure, who likes to work
Will my position in assembly to Tommy Burke.
I, Glen Cosner, who likes to play dice
Will all my friends to Twila Ice.
I, Howard Taylor, who can drive a our
Will that ability to Phyllis Barr.
I, Lester Lough, and this will bring me pain
Will my basketball paints to Jack Hanes.
I Junior Teothman, and this I do mean
Will my love for dancing to
I, John Pitrola, who never says much
Will Flora Jean Parker my tactful touch.
Z, Lynn Moore, will my big bass voice
re Keith Cesncr, who is Mr.
I, Paul Parrish, who will never marry
Will the boiler room th Steve Harry,
I, Menard Coffman, with many good wishes '
Will my place on the times to Betty Swisher.
I, Chester Baker, who is never fussy
Will my personality to Dorothy Gussie.
I, Melvin Barr, will with m.
My ability to skip class to
Margie Quisenberry, will
Pauline Davis who hasn't
Margaret Varney, will my
Verna Tarsauk who always
any a groan
my rouge and lipstick
I Julia Pitrela, will my black curly hair,
To Eleanor Baker who hasn't
Io Jackie Am ens who hasn't
Maxine Lough, will my quiet way
Jackie Hamilton any day.
Marion Jean Barth, with my likeness for boys
Wilde Parrish, will my rides with Blake
Dorothy Teethmen who is always late,
Juanita Cummings, will my place in the ha
any set of lovers who wants it next fall.
Hannah White, will Ann Oreskevich
noted talent to sew and to knit.
Mildred Harker, will my love for clothes
Ann Savich who likes te sew.
I, Dora Tennant, whose so quiet and still
Will my books to Shirley Harris te use if she
rs to fillg
Wc, Paulinc Shonlosky and Franci
Our dancing ability for two otha
I, Norma Hondorson, bcforo I say
Will all mf high grndcs to Conni
I, Holcn Dragoo, will my ability
To Botty Null who is always day-dreaming.
I, Elouisc Baker, to Iona Ammons lcavc
My chcor loading place, I hope sho'll rcccivc.
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Will my basketball abilit
v to Hclcn Call.
I, Margarct Casto, my musical ability lcavs,
To Mary Bordr who's cute onough to pl rss.
I, Joscphinc Zabolotny, with plamsurg do will
To Charles Plasx tes my typing skill.
I, Edith Knisgly, whoss talant is wrt
Will to Sammy Adams wgcn I dcpart.
I, Waync Straight, will my'charming Way
To Loo Dodd as I go my way.
I, Wilbcrt Wright, as I lcavc this school
Will Ralph Pringlq my manual training tools.
I, Daisy Moorc, will my placo on thc tcam
To Lotha Knisoly who likes to day-dro m. '.i'
I, Mary Simmons, will my sharp littlc tongue
To Wanda Smiors who has just begun.
I, Kathloon Parker, whosc boyfriond is Bill
Will Joan Conwcll my hairdrcssing skill.
Lcna Adams, will my lovo for black
Chasic Charleton who's a likcabls chap.
Twnior In , ill my gift of gab
Edward Kaminsky who likcs to act mad.
Julia Sabatina, will my likoncss for awccts
Louisa Taylor who's always so ncat.
I, Eva Statler, who dances with caso
Will Bud Bakcr my limbcr knccs,
I, Mary Tilko, will my slcndor form
To Rosa Clayton so sho won't morn.
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To Betty Ann Cosnor whose nlwmys on th: run,
I, Botty Hought, whom mvcryonc thinks nicc
Will my English book to Miss Rico.
I, Josophina Smiors, so intolligcnt and so slow
Will my blondo curly hair to Sara Jo.
I, John Toothmon, will my half of thc Pymouth
To Dolbcrt Bnkor who couldn't fit in it.
I, Donald Hibbs, with much rcliof
Will Shirloy Harris to that Junior culled Keith
I, Howard Foley, bcforc I say furowoll
Zlill Glen .ivory Fox my ability to spoil.
To our Principal, Tumch rs, Studcnts and all
Loavo tho will which w, hop: will bc uso by ncx
To tho Juniors wc, Seniors of '41, loavc
Our place in assembly thoy will have to rocoivc
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Junior Class Officers
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
Elanor Baker Edward Kaminsky Helen Call Florence Bodnar
To some it may be the joy of love
Or a smile through an augmented tear
But to me its the joys and memories
Of this my Junior year.
This year as a Junior I have had much fun,
But now my days in F. H. S. are nearly done,
It's true we have diminished up to the present day
By those Wanderers who have gone astray,
But those who have kept our bright colors clear
Will always treasure the Joys of our Junior year.
Class Colors: Gold and Blue Class Flower:
Class Motto: 'We have crossed the bay, the ocean is before us.'
MR. ROGERS HOME ROOM
Dorothy Toothman, Mary Catherine Tennant, Pauline
Davis, Madalyn Gump, Anna Savich.
Robert Martin, Henry Kolar, Jack Haught, Leon Sharp.
James Hibbs, William Swiger, Harold King, Edward
Carl Kinty, John Haught, Nick Mazure, Paul Davis,
Denzil Walls, Billy Davis.
MISS STURM'S HOME ROOM
Miss Sturm, Shirley Harris, Betty
Rose Zieminski, Elanor Baker, Elsie
Betty Null, Leo
Johnnie Selan, Kyle Fordyce, Kyle Swisher.
Dodd, Connie Dragoo,Jackie Hamilton
Pete Dembrosky, Omrie Taylor, Elizabeth Ann Knisely,
Jackie Ammons, Keith Cosner.
MISS WILSON'S HOME ROOM
Gerald Engleka, Charles Charlton, Joe Aloi, Jack Hanes,
Quentine Quisenberry, Nola Santee.
Audra Moore, Helen Call, Alberta Rinehart, Mary Gregg,
Madeline Rabish, Miss Wilson.
Charles Clair, Mildred Toothman, Madalean Haught.
Bill Toothman, Florence Bodnar, Letha Knisely, Virginia
Lawlis, Jean Conwell, B111 Hacker.
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President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer
Mason Brenham Joan Eddy George Krevosky
Another year is almost gone, A
We think how fast the time has flown,
And wonder when the end draws near,
If we will be Juniors when we meet next year.
We know we've caused a lot of trouble,
But last year that was double,
Next year improvement will be made,
For we'11 work harder to make the grades.
We work and play and have our fun,
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And when we are Seniors you can guess,
We'1l hate to say farewell to F.H.S.
' Betty Ann Cosner
Class Colors: Green and White Class Flower: Red Rose.
Class Motto: 'Look up, not down, look forward, not backward,
and lend a hand.
MISS RICE'S HOME ROOM
Mary Jean Gorman, Eva Wiens,
Ammons, Helen Hunter, Anna
Zieminski, Betty Jean Price,
Betty Ann Cosner, Helen
Spadara, Mary Louise
Miss Elizabeth Rice.
Betty Alice Yost, Alice Ann
Jean Wilson, Eva Mae Popp,
Radford, Betty Lough,
Rosa Clayton, Marjorie
Delbert Baker, Rose T1lko,Joan Eddy,Rosemary Weaver,
Twyla Ice, Mary Borda, Helen Harry, Lucille Casto,
Cora Jean Snider.
Valentine Zabolotny, Glenn Carpenter, Randall Lough,
Von Luton, John Talkington, Herbert Wright.
MR. MICHEAL'S HOME ROOM
Billy Cummings, John Amos, Phylis Barr, Ardella Davis,
Mason Branham, George Krevosky, Carl Lake.
Adam Viniok, Patty Ann McCray, Thelma Zanko, Josephine
Verge, Myra Moody, Melba Jean Harris, Mr. Michael.
Russel Lake, Eugene Kidd, LeRoy Berry, Walter Smiers,
John Gorman, Charles Belotsky, Ralph Pringle, J a m e s
Paugh, Curtis Storey, Glen Gump.
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Freshman Class Officers
President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer
Charles Loudin Melina Krevosky Steve Nemeth
Our first year of entrance to F.H.S.
We Freshies, have tried to do our best,
In studies, sports, and things that aid
Our mind for knowledge and better grades.
Though a year has quickly passed by,
In coming years, we'l1 always try
To do our best, so we may pass
Another year till wefve reached the last.
Initiation is our entrance fee
But on our leave we are awarded our degree,
We were full of spirit, in our first year class,
But we won't be Freshmen, in years that pass.
We Freshies are all a part of this school,
We, like the rest, thrive for a goal,
Then when finished, we will always remember,
The everlasting towers of eternal ember.
Class Colors: Red and White
Class Motto: Wwe are the fence around opportunity.n
MR. HICKMAN'S HOME ROOM
Iona Ammons, Willa Jean Toothman, Jane Callahan, Wanda
Smiers, Edith Merico, George Bizic,Mary Theresa Adams,
Ann Oreskovich, Stella Kolbash.
Lester Darrah, Anna Klara, Bonnie Jean Charlton, Lila
Lee Toothman, Betty Toothman, Joe Villinger, Meline
Krevosky, Mr, A. T. Hickman.
Emalene Robison, Betty Robison, Lucille Haught,Char1es
Tennant, Kuni Kuneff, Samuel Jarvis, Donley Rinehart,
Iohn Bizic, George Oreskovich, Eldena Tennant, Walden
Toothman, Eugene Eddy,Hayward Moore, Paul McCoy,Virgil
MISS ROTH'S HOME ROOM
Charles Plasketes, Jackie Call, Wilda Loudin,
Zieminski, Verna Tarasuk, Wilma Clair, Louise
Sarah Jean Haught, Charles Loudin.
Eugene Straight, Warren Barth, Victor Popp,
Parrish, Maybelle Nine, Sarah Jo Powell,
Zieminski, Bobby Wright, Miss Lois Roth.
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Flora Jean Parker, Henry Storey, Hilda Rose Wiseman,
John Morrone, John Chrislip, Merleen Neer, Eddie
White, Kyle Eddy.
Marion Opron, Jean Wise, Alice Toothman, Ruth Stiles,
Bernice Engleka, Jack Swiger, John Nebera.
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THE 1941 PAW PAW STAFF
Editor-in-Chief . . .
'ssistant Editor .
Business Manager .....
Assistant Business Manager .
Advertising Manager .....
Assistant Advertising Manager
Society Editor' .......
Sports Editor ..... U
Assistant Sports Editor .
Calendar . . .
Art Staff , .
Joke Editor . . . .
Mimeogrophers . .
Advisors . . .
. .James Czika
. Dominick Aloi
. William Whetzel
. . . Joe Guido
. .Eleanor Baker
. . Helen Call
. .Helen Dragoo
. . . Leo Dodd
. . Pete Dembrosky
. . .Wilde Parrish
. . Norma Henderson
. . .Betty Swisher
Amelia R. Zieminski
. . . .Henry Kolar
. .Jackie Ammons
. .Henry Kolar
. . Miss Mary Sturm
Mr. Eugene Rogers
The Press Club was organized in 1933 by the English
teachers of the High Schoolg The purpose of the organization
is to publish the newspaper, WTwin Tower Times,N which re-
ceived the name because of the twin towers on the front of
the school building. The Press Club also encourages those
interested in journalism. The paper contains news of in-
terest to students of Fairview High School.
There were eight copies of the paper published the 4
first semester of this year, and there will be ten copies
edited in the second semester.
The members of the staff are as follows:
Sports Editor ------
Girls' Sport Editor
Society Editor -----
Lrt Editors ---- ----
Typists ------ -
Members as photographed:
-- ---------------- Menard Coffman
------------------Marion Jean Barth
-- ------- ----- Melvin Barr
----- ----Miss Rise
First Row-Wilda Parrish, Hannah White, Mildred Harker, Betty
Swisher, Frances Slobedzian, Pauline Shenlosky,
Josephine Zabolotny, Marion Jean Barth, Patty McCra
Second Row-Joe Zieminski, Otmer Brookover, Menard Coffman,
Charles Plasketes, Raymond Berry, Glen Carpenter.
Third Row-Charles Clair, John Toothman, James Hibbs, Bill '
Toothman, Melvin Barr, Bill Hacker, George Wilson,
Mike Pringle, Wilbert Wright.
The purpose of the Student Council of Fairview High
School is to promote closer friendships and a sense of fair-
ness in the relations between the teachers and students.
An aim to produce moreactive and intelligent students has
been adopted in order to m.Ke ours a better school. The
organization also strives to produce more interesting as
well as educational assembly programs.
The Student Council is made up of a representative of
each home room and the defeated and undefeated officers
elected at the end of preceding year. The main event of
the year was the sponsoring of the WMarch of Dimes Campaignn
as part of the WFight Against Infantile ?lr1ylsis Program.W
They contributed twenty-two dollars and forty-eight cents
to this worthy cause.
President ------------------ James Mazure
Vice-president ------------- Josephine Zabblotny
Secretary and Treasurer ---- Josephine Smiers
Faculty Advisor ------------ Mr. N. G. Michael
Members as photographed:
First Row: Julia Pitrolog Marion Jean Barth, Josephine Smiers,
James Mazure, Josephine Zabolotny, Mary Theresa
Second Row: Howard'Taylor, Wells Gorman, Lester Walls, Randall
Lough, James Czika, Mr. N. G, Michael.
Third Rowg Bobby Wrightg Keith Cosner, William Swiger,
Eugene Kidd, Jack Hanes.
FARLIERS OF AMERICA
The Future Farmers of America Club was 321233, in Virginia,
where it was known es the Future Farmers of jgybigia At the
same time there were several similar organizations in the United
States, but none of them came under a definite name. In 1928 the
Federal Board for Vocational Eduaction took over the Virginia Club
'nd made a nation wide organization called the Future Farmers of
America. Since then the growth of this organization has been
steady and rapid, extending as far as Hawaii and Porto Rico. The
F.F.A. has a constitution on which all meetings are based. Each
year the stote has a field ment at Morgantown where the boys par-
ticipate in activities such as cross-cut sawing, dressing chickens
driving nails, and many other events. In 1939 the Fairview
Chapter won the horse-shoe pitching contest at Morgantown.
Club also attends the annual calf-sale it Jncksen's Mill.
summer there is n state camp for F.F.A. members held also et Jock-
son's Mills. The members attending the camp this year were Blake
and'Chestcr Derrah. The camp, which has proven to be very success
ful, is held to snible tl bays to make friends among the others
at the camp. Several members of the Club this year hppe to attend
camp this summer.
Faculty Advisor ----------------
Members as photographed
--- -----Monarnl, Coffman
Mr. Hershel Stra
lst. Row---Paul Davis, William Whstzel, John Toethmnn, George
Wilson, Bernell Lough, Junior Ice, Jack Haught.
2nd, Row---Glen Gump, John Gormen, John Haught, John Pitrola,
Lester Lough, Wayne Straight, Billy Davis.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Girls' Athletic association was organized in the
year 1938 under the supervision of Miss Lois Roth, physical
education instructbr. The purpose of the club is to further
the field of physical education,
The club takes part in various campus activities.
Annually they present a carnival to raise money for gymnasium
equipment. This year they presented 1 very interesting pro-
gram in assembly January 30, l9Ll. They also take part in
the annual May Festival.
The officers are:
President -------------------------- Hannah White
Vice President --------------------- Mary Edith Gregg
Secretary-treasurer ---------- ----- Mildred Harker
Members as photographed:
First row: Betty Alice Yost, Hilda'Rose Wiseman, Ardella
Davis, Sara Jean Haught, Betty Null, Mildred
Toothman, Mary creggg Quentine Quisenberry,
Elsie Kuzminchuk, M ldred Harker, Hannah White.
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Second row: Virginia Lawlis, Verna Tarasuk, Merleen Neer,'
Jean Wise, Flora Jean Parker, Sara Jo Powell,'
Dorothy Zieminski, Alice Toothman, Jackie Call,
Rosa Clayton, Wilde Loudin, Mary Louise Ziew
minski, Miss lois Roth.
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Third row: Maybelle Nine, Helen Ammons, Alberta Rinehart,
Letha Knisely, Audra Moore, Bernice Englekag
Helen Hunter, Ruth Stiles, Betty Jean Price,
The Varsity Club of Fairview High School was organized
in 1932 by William Anderson, a former coach. The Club was
organized to protect the athletic equipment and to award
each member who meets the requirements of the club constit-
ution a sweater or jacket for his performance in athletics.
All members of the Varsity Club are lettermen before
admitted. All persons who wear a sweater, jacket, or let-
ter must earn their awards, or risk punishment. Sweaters
or jackets are awarded only to seniors who have earned two
or more letters in football, basketball, or baseball and who
have been in sports all four years. Jackets or sweaters are
awarded by the club to the cheer leaders, if they have served
in that position for three years or more. The meetings are
held every Tuesday of each week that school is in session.
The club officers are:
Vice President--Dominick Aloi
Secretary k Treasurer-Lester Walls
Faculty Advisor--Mr. A. T. Hickman
Members as photographed:
First Row: Mike Pringle, Wells Gorman, Lester Walls, Gerald
Second Row: Julius Brachok, James Mazure, Glenn Cosner, Mr.
Third Row: Dominick Aloi, Chester Baker, John Pitrola, Daniel
LONE ECOYQNICS CLUB
The Home Economics Club of Fairview High School was
organized under the supervision of Miss Clayton at the
beginning of the school year l9bO. Officers were elected
and a constitution was made.
The purpose of this club is to further interest in the
home and to share in its responsibility.
Each girl in Fairview High School who has taken Home
Economics or is taking Home Economics is eligible for mem-
A club msstinj is held once each week.
President ....... .......... ....Norma Henderson
Vics President... .... Cora Jcan Snider
Secretary. ...... ........Dora Tennant
Treasurer .......... ....Alice Ann Radford
Program Chairman... ..........Lucillc Cssto
Advisor.. ...... ........ .... Miss Corinne Clayton
Members as photographed: V
First Row: Alice Ann Radford, Lucille Casto, Norma Henderson,
Wanda Smiors, Dora Tennant, Lila Lee Toothman.
Second Row: Wilda Loudin, Cora Jean Snider, Shirley Harris,
Jackie Hamilton, Bonnie Jean Charlton, Miss
Corinne Clayton. '
Third Row: Josephine Verge, Eva Mas Popp, Pauline Lough, Betty
Toothmsn, Rose Tilko.
The Pep Club of Fairview High School was organiztd
under the supervision of Mr. Hickman in the year l9hO. Duc
to difficultius the surorvision was turned over to Miss Wil-
The nurpose of this club is to further the school soirit.
There is a definite amount of dues to be paid each month and
this goes to pay for the transportation of students to tho
games. The club also gave two pennants during basketball and
football season for the best boy and girl booster for the tc-
Any student enrollad in Fairview Fifh School is eliaihlc
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A club meeting is hold once each week.
President ......... ......Glen Cosner
Vice President .... ......Wclls Gorman
Secretary .......... ...Jaunita Cummings
Publicity Manager ...... ...Raymond Berry
Members as photographed:
lst.Row L. to R, Jackie Hamilton, Iona Ammons, Emilia Robinson,
Betty Ann Cosner, Helen Ammons, Connie Draaoo, Elouise
Baker, Mary Greai, Anna Savich, Howard Taylor, Jack
Hanes, Glen Carpendera '
2nd.Row L.to R: Raymond Berry, Joe Ammendolia, Glen Cosner,
Delbert Baker, Elizabeth Knisely, Ardella Davis, Rose-'
mar Weaverv Jackie Amnons Jean Conwell Georae Bizic,
0 y I , Q A , . ,
Miss Wilson, Juanita Cummings, Wells Gorman, John Amos,
3rd.Row L. to R: Von Luton, Jack Swiqer, James Hibbs, Steve '
Nemeth, Pete Dembrosky, Gearld Enqleka, Omrie Taylor,
Kyle Fordyce, Meline Krevosky, Joe Villinqer.
Lth. Row L to R: Kunie Kuniff, George Oreskovich, Bill Tooth-
man, Glenn A. Fox, Kyle Swisher, Robert Martin, Ervin
Price, Charles Plasketes.
INDIAN DANCERSMDCHEER L
BOYS' AND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
HISTORY OF BOYS' GLEE CLUB
The purpose of the Glee Club is to learn and appreciate
good music. The club has participated in several programs
this year, namely: Evergreen Sing, Armistice Day Program, "
Christmas Pageant, Baccalaureate and Commencement Ezercisesz.
The members also participated in the operetta HAn Old Span-
They also composed the high school Alma Mater song which
was introduced in assembly on January 2O,'l9Al. The music
was composed by the director, Mr. Randall. There are six '
members in the organization which meets two days each week,
Tuesday and Thursday.
MEMBERS OF THE BOYS' AND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB AS PHOTOGRAPHED:
Madalean Haught,'Anna Savich, Mary Edith Gregg, '
Dorothy Toothman, Emalene Robison, Betty Robison,
Leona Lake, Edith Merico, Anna Klara, Mary Catherine
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Johnie Sclan, Joe Guido, Lynn Moore, Howard'Taylor,
Pete Dembrosky, Keith Cosncr, Connie Dragoo, Jackie
Ammons, Madalyn Gump, Mr. William Randall.
Willa Jean Toothman, Iona Ammons,'Eldena Tennant,'
Mary Thresa Adams, Stella Kolbash Ann Oreskovich,
Betty Toothman, Jean Conwell, Lucille Haught.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The purpose of the girls' glee club of Fairview High
School, is to encourage an interest and appreciation of
music and musical activities,
During the year 1940-Ll the Glee Club took part in
many musical activities. At the beginning of the semester
they sang in the Evergreen Sing. They also presented with
the Boys' Glee Club the Christmas assembly program for the
At the beginning of the second semester, the Glee Club
presented an operetta with the Boys' Glee Club, and at the
close of the semester, they sang in the all county music
festival conducted in Fairmont. They also participated in
the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises,
The officers are as follows:
President: Dorothy Toothman
Secretary: Mary Tennant
Treasurer: Anna Oreskovich
Director: Mr. William Randall
Members of orchestra as photographed:
Front Row: Von Luton, James Czika, Leo Dodd, Anna Hlusko,HG19n
D.'AmSli8 Zieminski, John Talkington, Anna Spadara.
Back Row: Joan Parrish, Mary'Thresa Adams, Marjorie Coff-
man, Connie Dragoo, Hilda Rose Wiseman, Louise
Zieminski, Mr. William Randall.
NATIONAL THESPIAN DRAMATIC SOCIETY
The National Thespian honor society for high schools
was founded in 1929 by a group of teachers interested in
dramatics. The purpose of the society is to create a more
active and intelligent interest in high school dramatics.
The motto for the society is HAct well your part: there
all the honor lies.H Membership in the society is granted
to those students in dramatics who have met certain stand-
The Thespians hold a meeting every two weeks either at
the school or in the home of one of our members. Early in
the year the Thespians went to Morgantown to hear Elissa
Landi speak at the University. They are presenting WTwo
Crooks and a Ladyn in the West Virginia one-act play Festi-
val this year.
The Fairview club participated in the district play
festival held as a preliminary to the State festival. The
play presented was WThe Perfect Gentlemen.n The club as a
group attended the State Festival in Morgantown on April L.
When school first began we had eleven members, having
lost several by graduation. We increased this number to
twenty during the year. Each year our organization presents
an award to the best Thespian of the year. This year it
was Helen Dragoo.
Thespians as photographed:
First Row-Howard Taylor, Josephine Smiers, Kyle Swisher,
James Czika, Charles Charlton.
Second Row-Miss Mary Sturm, Kyle Fordyce, Keith Cosner,
Third Row-Helen Dragoo, Leo Dodd, Wells Gorman, Omrie Taylor,
Thespians not pictured:
Joe Guido, Glen Avery Fox, Julia Pitrola, Elizabeth Ann Kniseb
- . Katholene Parker, Anna Hlusko, Jackie H8miltO1,
The Dramatic Club is composed of those who are inter-
ested in dramatics. We have eighty-four members this year.
Each week a program committee plans a program consisting
of group'Work such as group pantomime, acting of stories,
charades, writing short original plays, and producing them.
Other varied programs are given on modern drama, readings,
The aim is to have each member of the club appear at
least once during the year on the stage. This year the club
members have tried their hands at directing one-act plays.
Helen Dragoo was the student director of HThe Red Lampn and
Keith Cosner for NThe Ghostly Passenger.n'
During the first sememster we presented two one-act
plays UThe Red Lampn and HSparkin.N For one of the annual
three-act plays we gave NSeven Sisters.N The second sem-
ester we presented one-act play entitled NThe Ghostly Passen-
gern and a three-act play, NJune Madn.
President ---------------------- Kyle Swisher
Vice-president ----------------- Keith Cosner
Secretary-Treasurer ------- ---Helen Dragoo
Faculty Adviser --------- - ---Miss Mary Sturm
DR.'..M.l TIC CLUB , CON TINUED
Pete Dembrosky, Jack Hanes, Keith Cosner, Jack '
Swiger, Bobby Wright, Kyle Swisher, Kyle Fordyce,
Fred Kupreanik, John Crislip, Joe Guido, James
Czika, Leo Dodd, James Mazure.
Miss Sturm, Louise Taylor, Verna Tarasuk, Dorothy
Zieminski, Betty Swisher, Amelia Rose Zieminski,
Nola Santee, Marion Jean Barth, Mary Louise
Zieminaki, Jane Callaghan, Wanda Smiers, anne
Johnie Selah, Joan Parrish, Edith Merico, Cora
Jean Snider, Anne Spadara, anne Klara, Lucille
Caste, Eva Mae Popp, Sara Jean Haught, Connie '
Dragoo, Twyla Ice, Jackie Hamilton, Helen Harry,
Mary Borda, Glen Carpenter, Josephine Zabolotny,
Stella Kolbash, Margaret Varney.
Glen Avery Fox, Eddie White, Warren Barth, Delbert
Baker, Rosemary Weaver, Omrie Taylor, Hilda Rose
Wiseman, Sara Jo Powell, Josephine Smiers, Beiry
Lough, Jean Wilson, Shirley Harris, Wilda Loudim
Eva Veins, Von Luton.
Charles Charlton, Helen nnmons, Jean Wise, Jean
Cenwell, Bernice Engleka, Helen Dragoo, Eliza-
beth Knisely, Flora Jean Parker, Jackie gmmons,
Bill Talkington, Betty ann Cosner. J
CASTS FOR PLAYSY
HThe Red Lampn by Hilliard Booth
The Cast of Characters
Matilda Deering, a rich spinste
Harold Deering, her nep1ew.....
Llice Deering. Earold's sister.
Archie Clarke, a young lawyer..
Bill Worth, a man of all trades
Annie 0'Shane, maid at the D'erings
.Amelia Rose Zicminski
Act I Living-room of tke Deering louse. In a suburb of
Act II The same. Five minutes later.
The Cast of Characters
Susan Hnnna....... . . . .. .........Josepnine Smiers
Lessie Hanna......... . ..Detty Ann Cosner
Granny Painsberry.... . . ... ...Connie Dragoo
Crry Sparks........ . .. . ... ...Bill Talkington
Stage Managcr....... ........ ..... ...Delbert Baker
Setting: Kitchen of Tude Hanna's farm heme.
A farce comedy in 3 acts
by Edith Ellis
Cast of Characters
Mrs. Gyurkovics, a widow Jackie Hamilton
Her Seven Daughters
Katinka ....... .. ............. ... ..... .....Helen Dragoo
Ella.... ......... Sara Jo Powell, Elizabeth Ann Knisely
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Mitzi.... ........ ...... .....:......Connie Dragoo
Terka .... ...Betty Ann Cosner, Hilda Rose Wiseman
Liza. ....... .......... .....Wanda Smiers, Jean Wise
Klara........ .....Sara Jean Haught, Joan Parrish
Colonel Radviany.... .... . ......... .... .... James Mazure
Gida Radviany..... , ... . ....... ......Omrie Taylor
Ferenz HorKoy....... ..........Joe Guido
Michael Sandorffy... ....Glenn Avery Fox
Toni TeleKi....... ....Pete Dembrosky
In some instances two students are assigned to the same role,
one student playing at the matinee, the other at the evening
The entire action takes place in the dining room of the home
of Widow Gyurkovics. A small garrison town not far from
WSeven Sistcrsn, cent.
TIME: The Present
A morning in June. About 10:30 A.M.
Three months later. Neon.
Three mnnths later. About 1:00 A.H.
Faculty Director... ............. ..... .. . ......Mary Sturm
Stage Menager..... .. .. . . .... ............Luther Hensley
Stage Assistants... . .. .. .. ....Beb Wright, Warren Barth
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Advertising Manager.. .... .......,Amelia Rose Zieminski
Stage Preperties..... .. . ...Anne Hluske, Flcru Jenn Parker
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Rabish, Rosemary Weaver.
Program Design..... .
WThe Perfect Gentlemann
Anna Best Jeder
The cest of ciarecters
Robert Ames... . .. . . .
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Margaret Ames.. .....
Alicia Amlsqooc o on on a o soooocEli
Scene: The livin?-diuin. reem of Mrs. Ames.
is, Twyla Ice, H
na Adams, Madeline
zebeth A. Knisely
WThc Ghostly Passengcrn
Cast of Characters:
Clinton Owens, who
Mrs. Owens iBethJ,
Spike'Owcns, their son-Glenn Avery Fox
sees the ghostly passenger-Delbert Baker
his devoted wife-Jackie Hamilton
Dixie, the Owens colored maid -who fears ghosts-Edith Mae Merico
Mrs. Theodore Stillman KKittyf, who believes in ruling the
roost-Elizabeth Ann Knisely
Erica Stillman, her daughter-Betty Ann Cosner
Edgar Hoff, who'adds to the mystery-Pete Dembrosky
Clarice Jackson, his attractive partner-Louise Taylor
Warren Barth and Bob Wright
The entire action of the play takes place in the living
room of the Owen's summer home in Vermont
Time: The Present.
A Comedy in Three Acts
on a July evening.
Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements
lln order of theirkippcarancel
Chuck Harris... ,
Elmer Tuttle... .
.Betty Ann Cosner
HJune Madn, Cont.
Milly LOu........... '........ ........Sara Jean Haught
G. Mervyn Roberts... ' ' ..........Leo Dodd
Roger Van Vleck.... ...Glenn Avery Fox
Mrs Harrisogooooooc Q 0990 QQ oo99Kyle Swisher
Julie Harrisaoooooo oooooooo o
A Wednesday afternoon in June.
Scene One: The following Friday night.
Scene Two: Saturday afternoon.
The action of the play takes place in the living room of the
Woods' house in Lynbgook, a small town in the Middle-West.
Thmez The present
A Comedy-Drama in Three Acts
Dorothy Hood Stewart
Sheriff Mike O'Shaughnessey ..........
Tobacco Pete ...............
Olaf Hansen... ..
Freed Beamis ....
Herve Dietrich .......
Katie Richmond .......
Mrs. Loftus .......
Pat Clancy ........
Tessie Weisheimer... ....Marion Jean Barth
The entire notion takes place in the Kitchen of the
O'Shaughnessey ranch, Oregon, in the early
ActI: A Sunday afternoon in early fall.
Act II: The following Saturday night, just before Mollie's
Scene 2: Dawn, the next morning.
Act III: Late afternoon in early fall two years later.
Directed by Miss Corinne Clayton.
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HELEN DRAGOO JOSEPHINE SMIERS
MARION JEAN BARTH ELOUISE RUTH BAKER
KATHALEEN PARKER JUANITA CUM INGS
On May nth was given our fourth annual May Festival. It
was held on the front lawn and we were favored with warm weather.
A large crowd witnessed the ceremony and a pageant of dances
which followed the coronation.
The ceremony began with twelve girls clad in long summary
frocks entering to form an aisle throughpwhich the court proceeded
to the throne. Heading the procession was Helen Ammons as the
jester who cavorted about the lawn in an amusing manner.
She was followed by the Page Boys, Jane Callahan and Edith
Merico. Then came Msrgarwt Ann Michael and Mary Frances Powell,
thc flower girls, scattering flowers in the path of the queen.
Following them was Freddy Parker who was crown bearer.
Next calc Queen Josephine, gowned in white net and carrying
an arm bouquet of tulips and bridal wreath. The Queen was follow-
ed by her court,'hho were: Elouise Baker, Helen Dragoo, Juanita
Cummings, Katholeen Ptrxzr, Josephine Smiers and Marion Jean Barth,
all becomingly gowned in party gowns and carrying bouquets of
tulips and bridal W1'GHt3f1S. Queen Josephine was crowned by Dan
Vingis, senior class president.
The Dances given were as follows:
May Pole Dance, Stunts and Tumbling, Page Boys' Dance,
Spanish Waltz, Aerobatic Dance, Irish Lilt, Jesters' Dance,
Soldierettes, Spanish Tango, Chinese Dance, and Finale.
At the conclusion of the pageant the May Pole d
again formed rn aisletthreughwhich the Queen and her court
Those taking part in the dances were members of the
Physical Education Department with Miss Lois Roth as director
The costumes were supervised by Miss Corinne Clayton and
music was arranged by Mr. William Randall.
MAY DAY DANCE '
Friday night after the May Festival, the Girls' Athletic
Association gave a dance in honor of Queen Josephine and her
court. Music was furnished by the nickelodian and the Irowd
enjoyed an evening of dancing.
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First day of school. u
WFreshman Week? proves a big success.
Evergreen Sing. u
Assembly program consisting of Student Talent.
If you wished to see some boys fight hard, it
was Fairview's football team fighting against
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Dramatics Club presents a one act play, WThe
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Fairview-gs-Monongah. Honongah won.
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Varsity Club Dance. '
Basketball practice starts today,
Public Speaking Class presented the assembly
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Pep Club Skating Party at Twelfth Street.
Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs presented assembly
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J anuary 22 , 23
Basketball game, East Fairmont vs Fairview.
Fairview won. '
The Junior Class sponsors a movie. .
Grade School operetta, UTw1ight Alley.W
G. G. A. gave assembly program. h
First order for Senior Class rings.
Picture show. U .
Fairview vs Rivosvillc. Fairview won.
Dramatics Club presents a play, WGhostly Pas-
American Legion Contest in Assembly. Leo
Assembly program consisted of debatcrs from
Fairmont State Teachers College and West Virgini
Fairview vs St. Peters. Fairview won. .
Public Speaking contest directed by Mary Sturm.
Miss Sturm holds preliminary, state public
Junior Hi Tournament.
Movie for assembly. 1
Farmintton Glee Club presented the assembly.
Spring began. ,
Last order for Senior Class Rings.
Senior Class presented the three act play,
One act play festival at East Fairmont High.
Independent Bahketball Tournament.
Movie, the HSinging Cowgirl.n u
Order for cards and invitations, v
High School Operetta? WAn Old Spanish Custom.H
Ping Pong Tournament.
Fairview ysaRivesville in a baseball game.
May Festival presented by Physical Education
Boosters'Day. Seniors visit Fairmont College.
Fairview gs Mannington, 7-3, Fairview.
Spelling Contest for assembly. Marion Opron was
G. A. A. party.
Rogers Jewelry Dance with Joe La Rosa's orehest
Seniors take trip to Pittsburgh.
Glee Club party.
Commencement Play NJune Madn presented by -
Dramatics Club and directed by Miss Mary Sturm.
Junior and Senior Prom.
Thespian Banquet. . .
Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. Jennings Fast.
Senior Class Night.
Last day of school and graduation night.
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First: Edward Kaminsky, Gerald Shuman, Sammy Adams, William Swiger, John Pitrola,
Chester Baker, Mike Pringle, George Krevosky, William Whetzel.
Second: Lester Walls, James Czika, Denzil Walls, Dominick Aloi, James Nazure, Daniel
Vingis, Joe Aloi, Wells Gorman, Charles Charlton, Mr. Hickman.
Third: Bill Toothman, Steve Nemeth, Thomas Burke, Keith Cosner, Leo Dodd, Curtis
Storey, Paul Davis, Handel Lough, Jack Hanes, Nason Brenham.
Manager: LeRoy Berry.
FOOTBALL SEASON OF 1940
The Fairview Indians opened their
1940 by playing the East Fairmont Bees
in the first quarter netted the Indian
served Touchdown, but the Indians just
click after the first quarter and lost
football parade of
A 60 yard march
eleven a well de-
could'nt seem to
13 to 7.
Next the Indians tracked to Farmington to meet the
Farmers in a tough struggle. Shortly after the initial
kickoff the Indians caught the Farmington defense napping
with a triple reverse with D. Aloi dashing down the side-
line for 39 yards to set the stage for Fairview's touchdown
Bouncing back from an early first period touchdown by the
tribe, the Farmers unlcased a powerful
netted them two touchdowns, the final score being 13
Then came the first home game, with Rivesville,
most thrilling game of the season. The Greentowners
the football dope bucket by defeating the Indians 19
The Fairview eleven just could'nt seem
The game came with Blacksville, the only game the In-
dians won. The Indians played their best ball of the seaso
with everyone clicking. The score was 19 to O, Fairview,
Next came, what usually is the most
the year, with Barrackville. The Bisons
razzle-dazzle right off the bat to score
exciting game of
a touchdown, but
then the Indians went on the warpath mid-way in the third
period when they combined a smooth-running attack with
Vingis crashing through for a touchdown, the game ending
with a draw 7 to 7.
Thr Lions marched to Fairview for
our next game, The
Indians marched 54 yards for their score in the third perio
Dom Aloi cracking the line for the counter, but the Lions
came from behind to win 13 to 6.
Then the Indians struggled to Cameron to bow before
the Dragons. Playing in the steady rain which turned the
playing field into a sea of mud, the Cameron team trounced
Fairview 19 to O.
The Indians tracked to Mannington in their closing game
The Fairview eleven just could'nt stop the running attack
launched by the Big Green, with the Indians going into de-
feat 20 to 0. Although Fairview did'nt win many games this
season, we predict a much better season next year.
Dominick Aloi Halfback
'Lightning Domn, was one of the most outstanding players of
the season. 'His swiftness in running earned him the name
of W1ighting.W Dom, playing outstanding ball in the East
Fairmont and Farmington games, won great admiration among
the sport fans. We will all miss him next season.
James Mazure Quarterback
NJim,W was a very dangerous man to his opponents, being a
hard man to bring down and never stopping until he was on
his back. He was of much value to the Indians. There will
be a great loss to the future team without Jim.
James Czika Halfback
WZekeW, only his first year playing football, proved to be
valuable to the team because of his kicking ability, Our
hopes are for him in his future career since he is graduat-
ing this year.
Edward Kaminisky End
WTootsieN, the flying tackler, played sensational ball this
year. Our predictions are WAll Countyn for him next year,
as he is only a Junior. He handled himself well and was
tough to take out by blockers.
Daniel Vinqis Fullback
WDannyN, had one of his best seasons this year. His swift-
ness in running and calling plays made him most outstanding
on the team. He was the captain also.
Leo Dodd Quarterback
WPupW, out for football for his first year and rated as a
good blocker, should prove viluable in his senior year to
the Indian lineup.
Mike Pringle Guard
WKnuteW, a hard man to take out, will be missed on next
year's lineup because of his fastness on his feet and be-
cause of his hard hitting power.
g Bill Whetzel End
"Whetz", the fastest runner on the Indian lineup, proved
most valuable to his team and will be missed by everyone
Joe Aloi Halfback
WJoeN, the lightest, most hard hitting boy on the team, is
expected to shine next year. Despite the fact that he had
trouble with his back, he continued playing excellent ball.
Gearld Shuman Tackle
NShumanN, seldom ever let a man go through him or over him,
and his loss will be keenly felt.
Randall Lough End
WRandallW, was a valuable end to the team this year, He
also participated in many of the games this season.
George Krevosky End
WMoxieW, one of the first stringer ends,proved very valuable
because of his hard fighting. We predict WAll-Countyn for
him in his senior year.
Lester Lough End
'LesterW, started after we had played a few games, but proved
very successful for the Indians. He participated in many
games and will be missed on the next scason's lineup.
Keith Cosner Halfbaek
WCas-welln, proved to be a snappy liffle Hhalf.W He was
noted especially for his swiftness in running. The Indians
will welcome him back next year with much joy.
Steve Nemeth End
WSteveW, although small and inexperienced in football,we ex-
pect him to be a valuable player in future years.
Mason Brenham Center
WHankW, played very good ball at center this year. We pre-
dict he will play in the backfield next season and make
WA1l Countyn in his senior year.
Jack Hanes Fullback
WHanesH, was the signal caller for the second team and will
prove superior'next year in the backfield.
Sammy Adams Guard
nFrickyW, was one of our valuable substitutes this yeargand
he also shows much promise for the future.
Charles Charlton Center
WChasieN, was a substitute center and showed up much in the
second team lineup. He was also able to get through the
opponents line and break up plays.
Curtis Storey Halfback
NCurt', was small but proved himself a valuable player. He
is expected to prove a great Nhalfn in his future years.
Wells Gorman Center
NCopperheadW, made his expectations in playing football his
senior year come ture. Being a good passer and blocker he
will be missed next season. Our hopes stand out for him
in his future career.
Chester Baker Tackle
NBlackieH, because of his big build, was able to break through
the opponents line to make him valuable to the Indians lineup.
John Pitrolo Tackle
WJayN, because of his ability in warding off his opponents'
made a permanent berth on the squad this season. His hard,
clean fighting will be missed next year.
First: Ervin Price, Lester Lough, Glen Cosner, Daniel Vingie, Wells Gorman, James
Mazure, Gerald Shuman, Chester Baker.
Second: Joe Guido, Lynn Moore, Dominick Aloi, B111 Hacker, B111 Swiger, Sammy
Adams, Charles Charlton, Mr. Hickman.
Third: Ralph Parker, Jack Hanes, Keith Cosner, Randal Lough, George Krevosky,
Charles Plasketea, Howard Taylor.
1941 Basketball Season
The Indians' 1941 basketball season proved much more
successful than did the football season. Many from last
year's team were back to start for the new season. Fair-
view's first encounter was with the East Fairmont Bees,
winning by a two point margin. The usual starting lineup'
was Shuman at center, who had a very high scoring average,
Mazure and Baker at Guard, and the sensational rookie for-
wards'Cosner and Gorman. The Redskins get off to a bad
start, but finally came through with nine victories and
Again the Indians participated in the sectional tour-
nament. The Redskins were'nt so fortunate, drawing Vest
Fairmont for the opening game, and lost 56 to 29.
Home Games Fairview Opponent
Y Mannington...... .,...39..... ......39
Barrackville.... ....l6.... .....34
St. Francis... ....29.... ....2l
Farmington... ....16.... ....24
Hundred .... ....LO.... ....A2
Rivesville... ....37.... ....25
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B lacksvi1le.... ....62.... ....L8
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'Forfeit to Mannington in dressing room
Games Away Fairview Opponent
East Fairmont.... .....21..... .....19
St. Petcrs..... ...36... ....32
St. Francis... ...39... ....25
Farmington... ...31... ....37
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Cameron. ..... ...3O... ....34
Mannington.... . ...38... ....39
B1acksvi11e.... ,..47... ..,.3O
Barracksvi1le.... ...4O... ....41
'West Fairmont... ..,29,,, ,,,56
Richard Renovits, Jack Haught, Keith Cosner, John Morrone, Marion Opron, George
Krevosky, Pete Dembroaky, John Chrislip, Russel Lake, Charles Loudin.
Carl Goff, Julius Brachok, Howard Taylor, Sam adams, Junior Toothman, James
Vazure, Charles Hensley, James Hibbs, Glen Avery Fox, Joe Guido, Glen Conner,
Joe Aloi, Gerald Engleka, Coach Hickman.
Wayne Straight, B111 Hacker, Ervin Price, Leo Dodd, Lester Lough, John Bizic,
George Krevosky, James Czika, Daniel Vingis, Dominick Aloi, Charles Plasketes.
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1940 is n year to be remembered especially by baseball enthus-
iasts, for during the spring of this year the hard-hitting Tair-
sw Indians under the management of the able Abe T. Hickman
forged ahead facing fires of unforetold competition ind wan his
State Baseball Championship of West Virginia.
The game was played at Norwood Park, Clnrksburg, W. Va.
Kinsston the o posing team, exercised its various baseball
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tilents to the limit. Displmying unexcolled sportmanship they
offered n very noble and vigorous contest.
The stir-studded lineups were as follows:
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On the night of Friday, October the twenty-fifth, the seniors
opened the social season of Fairview High with an annual affair--
a WStudent Mixn. The admission was 101 and it began at eight
o'clock. Everyone enjoyed playing games and dancing to the
Nickelodian. Some of the games played wereg NHand Seated, WClotL-
es Relayn, NCand1e Walkn, and HGum Band Relayn. HFive o'clock
Whistlen seemed to be a hit with the dancers. Ice Cream, cookies,
and orangeade were served. The HMixW ended and all went home
feeling that the first party of the year had been quite a success.
For the last three years the Girls' Atheletic Association
has had a Carnival, and it has always been better and attracted a
larger crowd. This year it was on the night of Wednesday, October
30th. The gymnasium was decorated in keeping with Halloween.
There were several attractions at the carnival, some of them wereg
witches broom, fortune telling, and pitching pennies. Popcorn,
candy, hotdogs, and pop were sold. Several prizes were given.
The door prize was won by Gordan Haught. Connie Dragoo won a
lovely cake by guessing what was in it, the cake was white with
G.A.A. written on it in red letters. Jack Frye guessed the near-
est to the amount of corn in a jar and was given a prize too.
The main diversion of the evening as usual was dancing to the
music of the nickelodian which, incidentally, I don't know what
we would do without.
SOPHOMORE CLASS PARTY
The Sophomores had their party Friday, November 8th, in the
gymnasium. The hours were from 7:30 till 10:30. Dancing was
enjoyed by quite a few while others had fun at sticks, Chinese
checkers, and Ping Pong. After the games came the refreshments
which consisted of Ice Cream, cookies, and ginger ale. The
committees in charge of arrangements who, I might add did a
good job, were: Games and decorations, Betty Ann Cosner, Tommy
Burke, Glen Carpenter, Helen Hunter, Carl Lake, and Freddie
Kuperanick, Refreshments, Helen Ammons, Ardella Davis, and Patty
Ann McCray. The teachers present were Miss Roth, Mr. Hickman and
H V In
JUNIOR CLASS PARTY
On Friday evening, November l5th, the Junior class, not
to be outdone by their classmates,had their party. It was held
in the room where the cafeteria formerly was. The first part of
the evening was spent in playing HContactH and WMurderN and in
giving impersenations of thecpeople whose names they had drawn.
After the refreshments, which consisted of sandwiches, cookies,
and punch, th ey all went to the gymnasium and danced for the
remainder of the evening. The lateness of the hour when they
departed gave proof of their enjoyment of the evening.
THE VARSITY DANCE
The Varsity Dance sponsored by the Varsity Club was one
of the biggest events of the year. It was held in the gymnasium
Friday, November 22. George Morgan and his orchestra furnished
the music and the hours were from nine to twelve. Decorations
were in keeping with the school colors, and were very pretty too.
There was a large attendance and all present enjoyed themselves.
THE NPEPN CLUB SKATING PARTY
The HPCQN club which was just organized this year had its
party at the Twelfth Street Skating Rink Thursday, December
19th. They left in cars from the high school at 6:30, and a
livelier crowd you never saw. The price was 30d and the club
received 104 from every ticket sold. There were 75 students
and boosters present. They started home at l0:30. Mighty
tired, but enthused by the good time, they were ready to go again
THE NPEPW CLUB SKATIUG PARTY
The WPepW club had its second party Thursday, February 13th.
It was another skating party at the Roller-Rink on Twelfth Street
The price was the same--30e, but this time there was a much larger
attendance, 106 in all, including students and boosters. They
skated with much vim from 7:30 to 10:30, and when they left for
home, they were even more enthusiastic than before.
Roger's Jewelry Company gave their fourth annual dance
for the Seniors on Thursday, May 15 in the armory. Dancing
was from 9 to l2,and music was furnished by Joe La Rosa and
his orchestra. During the evening he dedicated numbers to
the seniors of every high school in the county. It was
pleasant to watch the many girls in pretty summery gowns
dancing with their partners. There were about sixty seniors
and their guests present from our school. The song they
dedicated to Fairview High was WMy Sister and I.N
The Thespian Society had their annual Banquet this year
at Martin's Restaurant in Fairmont. Kyle Swisher, as president,
presided as tocstmaster. At this dinner the NBest Thespinn of
the year W was awarded.
The biggest effair of the year, last but not least, was
the annual Junior-Senior Prom. It was held in the prcttily
decorated gymneeium on May 29. It was quite different this
year, thanks to our energetic crowd of Juniors. It was semi-
formal and the girls looked espeeirlly lovely with their best
benux dancing to the music of Buck Shaffer's orchestra. An
outstanding event was the crowning of Queen Elizabeth Ann and
King Leo. They were attended by six ladies and gentlemen of
the court, namely, Jackie Ammons, Connie Dragoo, Jean Conwell,
Quentine Quisenberry, Alberta Rinehart, Florence Bodnnr, Jack
Hanes, Kyle Swisher, Keith Cosner, Joe Guido, Edward Kaminsky,
and Nick Mazure.
FAIRVIEW SEVENTH GRADE
FAIRVIEW EIGHTH GRADE
Seventh Grade of Fairview
Top Row. Left to Right- Mr. Randall, Leona Moore, Mrs. Wilson.
Second Row- Left to Right- Josephine Sloane, Pat Burns, Margie
Gump John Tennant, Ida Warner, Presley Haught, Eleanor Smlers,
Lee Floyd, Betty wr-ight.
Third Row- Floyd Jones,Lenna Lou. Powell, Lenza Rinehart, Helin
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Jane Swisher, Betty Conwell, Wilma Tennant, Doris Parker, Charles
Eighth Grade of Fairview
First Row- Left to Right- Wise Wilson, Mr. Knisely, Betty Jo Wright,
Norma Jean MoBee, Phyllis Jean Toothman, Dorotha iaught, Paulyne
Kinty, Chester Wilson, Glenna Pratt. A
Second Row- Billy Brown, Martha Haught, Roselea Davis, Velma Shu-
man, Helen Parrish, Mary Belle Swiger, Kate Haught, Virginia Sloane,
Jlm y Toothmen.
Third Row- Delores Barr Jack Jamison, Juanita Pyles, Junior Darrah,
Alberta Floyd, Jack Toothman, Jane Darrah, Eugene Thomas, Madlyn
Fourth Row- Albert Amos, Nedra Toothman, Joe Levelle, Jean Dodd,
Billy Parrish, Dorothy Clayton, Don Conwell, Wanda Lee Tennant,
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Ammendolla, Geonge Kupreanick, Virginia Less, Ernest Czika, Edna
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School beginning March 10, 1941.
The course is six hours long with classes from 6 a. m. to
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in the oasement of the Qvmnasium was removed to make room for
the welding booths. Those who take the course must be within
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