Fairview High School - Paw Paw Yearbook (Fairview, WV)

 - Class of 1949

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1 I X RONALD ALLEN HAUGHT We the members of the Paw Paw Staff wmsh to dedxcate our 1948 49 yearbook to our late pal and schoolmate Ronald Allen I-Iaught Ronme was known to most of hzs fr1ends as Shoe cob Shoe cob was hked by all who knew h1m H1s love of basketball w1l1 be remembered by all h1s pals as each game 1S played Although Shoe cob who would have been just a Freshman 1S gone h1s memory w111 11ve 1n our hearts as a true fr1end and a loyal pal Z . W , lr' .X DEDICATION I - sling- FAIRVIEW HIGH SCHOOL FOREWORD We the Journalxsm class of 49 have em ployed our comb1ned talents to present a well balanced yearbook to the alumnl present and future mhabxtants of Faxrvxew I-hgh School The alms of the Paw Paw are three a m1r ror for alurnm ch1efs and squaws to resemble a crystal ball for papooses and a scroll from Wh1Ch we braves and maldens of 49 may refresh our memorxes of carefree school days FACULTY FX X EDWARD WILLARD MALCOLM WestVu-gxnxn Wesleyan A B W ent Vxrgxnin Unxverlxty M A Princxpal of Faxrvxew HxghSchoo1 1941 49 LILLIE MAE TOOTHMAN LOIS WILSON F axrmont State C ollege Faxrmont S tate C ollege A A B Marxon County Umveruty of Mxchxgan Elementary Schooln Ehglllh and Latm American Hutory World Hntory Geography wxLL1AM REPPERT, JR. HERSHEL B' STRAIGHT Salem C ol1ege,A.B.g University of Mary- land: Mathematics. Spelling. Physical Education. C oach 5 West Virginia Univer- sity, A.B.g Driver's Education, Agriculture Industrial Arts. rf Ni' -v""' MARY STURM .lestV1rg1ma Umverslty A B Columbia Unlver sxty Dramatxca Englmsh sinh Lxbrary Counselor n, I Mu ' T5 :eat QS ,L x47 ALFRED LEE STANDIFER HARVEY EUGENE WILDMAN 1-'axrmont State College A B F axrmont Stats C allege A B M athematlcl S oclal S cxence West Vlrgxma Umvermty 1948 4 ,Cid NARJORIE BROOKOVER Faxrmont State College A B Nusmr 'Sh FRANCES R VINCENT A B Fa1rmontStateCol1ege ngllsh Cafeteria Home Economxcs Faxrvxew I-hgh 1048 4 General S cience B xology Chemxstry EDN-X D-XRRIQH Fazrmont State Col lege A B Englxsh County Elementary Schools lwv WC vb-0ile.,au.f.! Q 6 I 1 'X I yi' 5 XJ' l . .aw--. ' -mb 'Y' f' X Y 1" T. ,' ' -' 'M-ff x ' 'l , 'L' . .F . ,fr X ' ' ,'l3 , . , . . . ' , .A 7 lg ' . ' re., . . .3 - ,WX-,I ' , I . -Xu 'H 1 . . fn: ,, . A . 33: ' . - pw. 'l,'f,,ff,4 A A ' 'wflf '- 62359, ??i' ff." '1 'W.'Q'4'!s'. X . . .. ' ' I 1 1 - fl ' A . . A 1 I . ,A ju., Af' ' ti I X . 3 3 4 xx Aw- - Q' ' . . .3 A ' A , .5 . ,f,h,,v' , mowy 'ml' 1 NQXK .av LUCILI. E TENNANT Craduate of F H S 48 Clffxceiecretary 4 ROBERT J GROVES HENRY THORNE JR F axrmont State C ollege A FBll'm0I'lf SHN C 01 Mnmphxs College Cxvxcs lfge A B Band Plane Geometry Algebra Math:-matxcs REGINA VILANO ELVIR-XB?-.RB XR-X N -X77f1. West Vxrgxma L nxversxty B S .N est Vxrgxnxa Ln versxty Phys1ca1Educat1on gommerce 7 .TOURNALISM C LASS We the members of the Iournallsm Class pubhsh a monthly paper The Tw1n Tower T1mes In past years and durmg the flrst semester of 48 49 the paper has been pubhshed weekly and lt had been a m1meographed paper Now the J'ournal1sm Class has 1m proved the paper by sendmg lt to a pr1nt1ng company 1n MISSOUTI to have the Tlmes pub11shed The f1rst staff was elected for a per1od of two months An annual The Paw Paw 1S put out each year by the Jour nal1sm C las s also The Paw Paw Staff for tlus year IS as follows Edxtor Marcella Z1em1nsk1 Asslstant Ed1tor Business Manager Ass1stant Busmess Manager Assxstant Advert1s1ng M anager A rtlst S ports Edxtor Assxstant S ports Ed1tor C lub and S oc xety Edztor F eature Edltor P hotographer C alendar 8 B 111 C lark Merrell C la1r Tom Wxlson Jess Toothman Mary Lou Gump B 1ll Hurd C arl Haught Pat Hawley W anda T rumpka John S lbray Norma Jones p is r ? f T N h I p , . . l . 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Z3 Glee Club Mirr- . ' str l, 25 Y-Teens, 3-4g ' AA" I Y W4 Tfasurer, Y-Teens, 3g TTT Staff. 4g Paw Paw Staff. 45 G.A,A., 4g Prom Court. 3. 14 v Uv ELEANOR WELLS DREWS Iumox-RedC'ross 1 GAA 1 1.atmClub Z 3 4 Vxce Presxdent Lat1nC1ub 3 TTT Staff 3 Majorette 4 May Festxval 1 Z 3 NORIVA JCNIES Junxor Dramatxcs 1 G A 4 I atm C lub Presxdent Latmf'lub 4 TTT Siaff 4 Paw Paw Staff 4 Y Teens 3 4 Px-es1dentY Teens 3 StudentCounc11 4 Junxor RedCross 1 THOMAS L WILSON Iumor Red C' ross .Tumor Dramatlrs I Band 3 4 L atmfl b 4 Sergeant at Arms Qtudent C ounml 4 Thespxans 3 4 TTT Staff 4 Paw Paw Qtaff 4 A Date W mth Judy Antxc Sprmg Murder In Rehearsal rv ' X UK! ll BI! L BART!-I Junxor Red Cross 1 F A ROSE HORAB M ay Festwal 1 .Tumor Drnmatxcl 1 G A A 3 G1eeC1ub Z Teen: 3 4 JANE AININ YEAGER Lat1nC1ub Z 3 4 Junxor Red Cross 1 TTT Staif 4 I5 lf' F PAT JONES Vmce Presldent 1 Jun1orDra matxcs I Junxor RedC'ross 3 4 'Student Councxl 4 Pres1dentJun1or Dramatxcs I Presxdent G -X A 4 Presxdent .Tumor Red Cross 4 The Fxghtmg Lxttles -Xntxc S rxng MILDRED LESS I.atmC1ub 3 4 .Tumor Red Cross 4 Jumor Dramahcs I May Festxval I Z e Tmger s Claw JESSE L TOOTHMAXN Iumor Drnmatxcn I .Tumor Red Cross 1 2 Vocatlonal Agrxculture Z 3 TTT Staff 4 PawFawitaff 4 JACK STOREY .Tumor Red C ross 1 Jumor Dramatxcs 1 Murder By Morning PATTY I-LAWLEY A Date VN 1th Judy Murder ln Rehearsa The Dxvxne Flora Thesp1ans.4, Nay Ees- .2 31 3 FL I I X X11 , owne ww--h S0 Biff? ,U. g,...'o u'EI"l D -Ulf! mllI"Vl . nm.. 5-51'-2 723 M A L22 C co-2. EIS O- -1"2 .. O f I rf I I ggf u . ' 1 DIXIE HARRIS Junior Dramatics. 15 Glee Club. Z: Glee Club Min- strel. Z1 May Festival. I-Z-3. 16 NOLAN FOLEY Junxor Red Cross 1 Va:-ntyCIub Z 3 4 ALBERT LEE REED Ju.n1orDramat1cs 1 Iumor Red Cross 1 FF ROSE MARIE VILLINGER A1-tu! Iumor Red Cross 1 Junior Drlmatxca 1 May I-'estivnl 1 Z TTT Staff 3 A Date Wmth Judy K!! JW VIRGINIA MAE CARR Junxor Red Cross I Iumor Dramahcs 1 Glee C lub 1 Club Z 3 4 Y Teens 3 4 May!-'esuval 1 2 Mnnon County Chorus 3 4 DAVID STRAIGHT F A Z 3 Clean u OLAN TENINANT Jumor Drnmatxcn I Iunzor Red Crou I TTT Staff 4 Murder By Mormng . 1 . .A.,2-3. 3-43 Band. 1-'Z-3-43 Latin ' P 17 C LASS WILL We the happySen1ors of 49 Leave to F H S our memor1es so flne To the .Tumors we leave w1th great cheer Our seats 1n assembly to f1ll next year To the Sophomores those pesty creatures e leaxe to them our love for the teachers o the Freshman Class that has three more years We leave all our school books wlthout any tears o the faculty whose endurance 1S great e leave our power to concentrate We the Qemors 1n makmg our confess1ons Hope you ll accept our prec1ous possess1ons I Jo Ann Barnett leave to some Freshman lass The troubles I we had 1n the years that have passed I Jeanette Barr wxll my qulet way To Mary Harr1s who always has somethmg to say I B111 Barth w1ll my no good car To any underclassman that can make lt go far I V1rgm1a Carr who wh1stles l1ke a b1rd1e Leave my locker to 'Sally Ann who won t keep at dlrty I Merrell Cla1r w1ll Peggy so sweet To Ray Gerba to protect but not to keep I B111 Clark leave my br1ll1ant m1nd To Jack Toth who IS one of my k1nd I Patty C hburn wlll my love of laughter To M1ss L11119 Toothman to use ever after I Eleanor Drews w1l1 my pompadour so neat To Madelyn Krevosky I know she ll look sweet I Eldora Floyd w1ll my long brown ha1r To Dorls Eddy who 1S so fa1r I Nolan Foley who 1S always on the beam W 111 my pos1t1on to Bobby Bell as manager of the team I .Tean Gump w1ll my ways so shy To my l1ttle brother John who 15 noth1ng as I Mary Lou Gump w1ll my grades so h1gh To Jo Ann Gump to help her get by 18 I . 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I DIXIE Harr1s w1ll my power to charm To Martha Jean Morrls whom It w1ll not harm I Carl I-laught w1ll my Model T Ford To some of the glrls whom I know It bored I Pat Hawley w1ll my love to fl1rt To Dolores Ann Haught that cute llttle sk1rt I B111 Hurd w1ll my football sklll To small Jesse Kmg whom I know w1ll fulf1ll I Rose I-lorab w1ll my manners bashful and mxld To Mar1etta Retton who somet1mes acts wxld I Sadle Ice w1ll my loose feather cut To Patty Wells to wear to The Hut I Glen Jarv1s w1ll my low bass voxce To Donald Heater who has no cho1ce I Norma Jones star of some sports W1ll to Evelyn lmes my basketball shorts To Mary Delores Eddy who can t be beat I Pat Jones leave my locker so neat To Muggs Qulsenberry to make her look coy I Mary Lou1se Marple w1ll my majorette su1t To Joann Morr1s whom I know w1ll look cute To Georgla Baker whom I know w1ll fulfmll I Martha Mercer w1ll my basketball sk1ll I Dor1s Parker who speaks wlthout fear W1ll my ab1l1ty to talk to some other lass next year We the PTICC tw1ns w1ll wxth great cheer Our places 1n the lass to the Kent tw1ns next year I Albert Lee Reed leave my place on the farm To Duane Shrmver who w1ll do It no harm I Mary Lou Moran w1ll my mce green eyes To Betty Snyder who w1ll have a surprlse I Florence Renovlts w1ll my smlle so neat To Dorothy Roslc who can t be beat I Joe Retton w1ll my place ln Bookkeepmg Class To small Joe Clark and I hope he w1ll pass 19 y I I I Y . 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I, Mildred Less, will my neat page-boy, 11 'V ' Y 1 1 . . , , . l y . . , I Mable Retton w1ll my collect1on of shoes To Loxs Burke to wear as she d choose I Sammy Retton wxll my black curly haxr To Mr H B Straxght who has very llttle to spare To J'1mmy Puskas whom I know can t be 'Jeat I John Qlbray w1ll my SIZE ten feet l Jack 'Storey w1ll my schoolboy complex1on To Gary Denmson whom I hope won t get an 1nfect1on I Davld 'Stralght W1.l1 sell my old truck To anyone who w111 gxve me a buck I Howard :1tra1ght who has much charm W 111 to Cecll I-Iaught my place on the farm I Joyce Qulte w11l my strxped dress Wlth surprlse To Rose Sabatma who says It hurts her eyes I Claude Sw1ger w1ll my gxrl frlends so many To Lou1e C lark who hasn t any I Olan Tennant w111 my seat IH P D To Jack Tennant who I know wmll love me I Jesse Toothman w1ll my ex glrl Nancy Stralght To any good fellow to cher1sh and date I Wanda Trumpka w1ll my well kept ha1r To L1la Boore to muss 1f she d dare I Rose lv ar1e Vlllmger w1l1 my place 1n the Semor C lass To Mary Lou Lough whom I know w111 pass To Mary Mercer to use for awh11e I Jean Walls wxll my brlght wmmng sm11e I Tommy W 11son w1ll g1rl fr1ends so many To tall Tom Kalder who hasn t any I Bob Wr1ght w11l my shy cunnlng way To Andy Lepock to use someday I Jane Yeager w1l1 my blonde curly ha1r To Nancy Whlte to handle wlth care I Marcella Z1em1nsk1 w11l my grades wh1ch are hlgh To Betty Walls who IS w1ll1ng to try Patty Cllburn Jean alls Z0 1 1 Y . - ' 1 1 - 1 , 1 . . . , . . 1 . - 1 1 - 1 - 1 - e 1 , . . . 1 - 1 - 1 r, . 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 . 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TOM WILSON 21 LILLIE TOOT HMAN C LASS PROPHEC Y As we look mto the future of the th1ngs we have let pass We see our old classmates of the 49 class Our old frzend and pal B111 Clark is well on h1s way to college and IS havmg a grand and glor1ous t1me w1th the opposxte sex Dor1s Parker has taken up her nursxng at home It seems that small Jo Jo has become hke h1s father J'oe Sr always was a b1g problem even when It came to the fhrtmg end of lt Florence Renov1ts has fmally hooked handsome Dale C onoway and IS now l1v1ng on the1r horse farm at Pumpkm Center Her ne1ghbor IS none other than Mrs Roy Tuttle who IS the former Mary Lou Moran Carl I-Iaught has gone to Texas to work 1n the o1l f1elds He IS plannmg to be a b1g executlve one of these days He always d1d lxke to Slt back and take It easy Dave Stra1ght has gone mto bus1ness w1th h1S older brother Don It s a p1ty Don doesn t keep h1S mmd on h1s work It makes the g01hg awfully hard for Dav1d but he has h1s old fr1end B111 Barth to help h1"l'1 B111 has been loafmg around home makmg hzmself unuse Marcella Z1em1nsk1 has furthered her educatxon 1n the f1eld of Journahstlc honors always d1d say she was the most llkely to succeed type We have been told by a rel1able source that Wanda Trumpka 15 now l1v1ng 1n Kentucky w1th her wealthy husband B 1ll C arver Sain Retton has moved from h1s place of resxdence at Grant Town to the lg c1ty of Pumpkm Center as h1s w1fe Norma lxked her home town better than she d1d Grant Town Tom W 11503 has swapped h1s old battered green Chevrolet for a new Cad1llac as Sm1ley s has been changed to W1lson s Howard Btra1ght a former student body presxdent 18 now Pres1dent of the Un1ted States and has traded a chlcken house for the Whxte House Lookmg mto the receptxon room of the Hotel Waldorf Astorla we see M1ss Jo Ann Barnett 0fflC181 hostess of the hotel plannxng a bxg sh1n d1g for a few Yale graduates She has taken up pr1vate secretar1al work on the s1de The new fzrst lady of Keystone IS Eldora Floyd as her husband Bob Wr1ght has taken the place of H B Straxght former Vocatwnal Agnculture teacher both at I-"a1rvxew and Keystone L00k1hg to the western pla1ns we see Jess Toothman stxll a bachelor who owns the bxggest farm 1n that country He always Sald he wanted to be a farmer and he 15 gomg at It m a bzg way Patty Chburn has gone to Hollywood where she is now Wfltlhg stones for the movmes Trouble 15 brew1ng because she IS makmg more money than her husband Olan fAs usual he 15 just loafmg Q Jeanette Barr has been elected the most eff1c1ent secretary of the year We hear she IS gettmg ready for her debut 1n the Wh1te House Merrell Clan' IS now tak1ng a course 1n debat1ng at West V1rg1n1a Umversxty Debatmg w1ll come 1n handy now that he has marrzed Peggy N1ne The other day we V1SltCd the V1rg1n1a Navy Yards and saw Mrs Eleanor Drews now a Wave She and her husband Gene are happy sa1l1ng the ocean blue Z2 1 s r ' ' so we - r -n f - 4 . . , , . . . . . , . , 1 . . . . . . . U - , 1 4 - ful" ' ll ' an , . 1 l 1 - ' - ' ' as ' 1 s 1 an ' 1 u n - " 1 n . . . . U . . ,, n ' f ll ' as ' ' ' l n . . , , u s , . n as ' ' " ' n , . . n n x ' As we walk down the street we see a gold flare Is xt? Yes It IS Nolan Foley wlth h1s W V U sweater Mgr IS prmted on the letters It seems Coach Reppert put hxm ln a rut at hxgh school and he has never found tlme to get out of It Jean Gump IS playmg forward for the All Amer1can Redheads They are hav1ng a t1me try mg to get her dye her ha1r Jean stlll has a wxll of her own We wandered mto the Fan-mont T1mes offlce and heard noxses Yes It was B111 Hurd sleep mg as usual He hasn t comm1tted hxmself to matrxmony as yet lnce they put the rallroad through Falrview the Atkmson Farm has become the showplaf-e of West Vlrgmxa We predxcted that Mary Lou Gump was a homemaker Gom down to Paw Paw we see that DIXIE Harm' and Mabel Retton have taken over the pavxl on We always d1d say they d own the place sooner or later At last F axrvlew has a male Latxn teacher none other than Glen Jarv1s He IS klnd of slow to get the 1dea over but the students are patlent Patty Hawley has ended up at the place of her dreams the Moore Mans1on at Daybrook We fxgured that last Leap Year she would hook Ronn1e Rose Horab has gone to Chxcago and 1S now supervxsor 1n one of the large hospltals there We hope she doesn t make any mlstakes wlule do1ng an operatlon It seems Alber Lee Reed has come out of h1s bashfulness and IS now hero of movxeland Seems he and h1s horse P1stol make a good pa1r Sadle Ice and her husband Superlntendent of the Eureka Company Tennant are st1ll Battl1ng xt out But then true love never d1d run smooth Pat Jones 15 now mstructor of Phys1calEducat1on at the Umversxty of Wxsconsxn Her mechanzcally mmded husband Lenard 13 co owner of General Motors Mary 1.100.186 Marple and Martha Mercer are becommg the nat1on"s leadxng lecturers on Chemlstry Mr Wxldman always thought they were hxs best students The Prxce tw1ns who have also marrled tw1ns have the whole town confused because when they go out people thmk they are seemg double as each famxly has a set of tw1ns John Sxbray The Mad Sc1ent1st has taken the place of Albert Emstexn 1n ofur un1vers1t1es We always saxd that some day he would get that old bram to chckzng Joyce Suxte has moved to Waynesburg and IS keepxng an xdeal house for Eddle and thexr two darlxng chxldren Seems she has trouble keepmg her mmd on her work because Jack Storey has become a movle star mn h1s own rxght and IS lwxng next door When Vlsltlllg the Metropolxtan the other day we heard then' leadmg soprano Vu-gmxa Carr and her co starrmg bar1tone Claude Svnger Claude has changed h1s tactxcs and 18 usmg h1s flxrty flxrty vozce mstead of 18 flxrty fhrty eyes Rose Mane Vxllmger has become head dress des1gner at Warner Brothers and Jean Walls IS her able asslstant Jane Yeager who was always studxous In hxgh school IS at Columbia Unmversxty studymg for her Master 5 Degree We know she w1ll make It she IS just the type M1ldred Less 1S st1l1 stayxng at home She never was xnterested ln any one person That IS the way It should be Mxdge Dons Parker and Patty Hawley Z3 3 , , -------- , . 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TOBIN Secretary PATTY WILSON IO ANN MORRIS RICHARD CARPENTER WILMA BART!-I DON DARRAH MIKE MARKO FRANCES PARKER PAUL .TEZIORO PATTY JONES FONDIA KNOTTS BEARL REED EARL REED JESSE TENNANT JAMES SWISHER PATTY DULIN JUNIOR I-IINDS PATTY WOODS LYNN JO MILLER ANTHONY BASILE VIOLA REYNOLDS ANDY LEPOCK DENZIL KITZMILLER BONITA GRAVES JOE MERCER CARRIE MITCHELL GEORGE MORRIS RONALD WALLS BERNADETTE BELL TOMMY JOE MCCOY VIRGINIA BRASUK SALLY COFFMAN DELBERT EDDY JEAN MASTERS ARTHUR JARVIS PAUL WILKINSON DELORES QUISENBERRY JIMMY WEAVER MARY SANTEE BOB HENDERSON JIMMY SLOAN TRACY LOUGI'-I JOE TOOTHMAN MARIE TOOTHMAN JOE CLARK PHYLLIS LAKE PAT SHEPPARD JESSE KING ROSE LOUGH JOHN GUMP EDITH I-'OLEY RUTH KEEI-'OVER BOBBY SMITH JOSEPHINE KOVACH GEORGE LOMAS BOB MCCOY '91 'HDI 11' ffl .4-.. Siglztfz grade 4' '1- .uf 'I 4 K 3 ,am fqfyy fb 'cf Q," 'fig is L? JIMMY VILLINGER Presxdent BOBBY BELL Vxce Presxdent BONNIE RINEHART CHARLIE UNDERWOOD DOLORES MASON .TOE POGUE LESTER GUMP JOYCE BOWMAN GORDON TENNANT BETTY SMITH MARY MERCER EARL DONALDSON JANET SUITE KENNETH HIBBS JOE LUKETIY' ALICE AMMONS DALE BERRY PATTY HUFFFRD SLE INIARKER BOBBY HLNTER JANE REYNOLDS EDDIE ROBEY Eighth grade 'ELSIE BERDINE , S ecretnry LUCY TOOTHMAN . T reasurer 'TY pg -10' IQ ffif 19' 157 ...uv --1 ,Q KENNETH TENNANT .TUNE KNISELY BUDDY .TO l-IAUGHT JANE RUSH MINNIE DAVIS DAVID MERCER ANNA PEARL EDDY .TACK HENDERSON DONALD EDDY SUE PRICE JUNIOR I-IAUGHT RUTH ANN STATLER SHIRLEY HAUGHT LEROY WILSON IUANITA LOWE DONALD TOOTHMAN BOBBY MICHAEL SUZANNE MCCRAY MELVIN WILLIAMS BETTY I-IAWKINBERRY UNPHOTOGRAPHED RE KRAJNAK ALBERT ALLENBY ROSE MUSGRAVE 41 if -7 47 1 9 even tl: grade 'C of-Q W TL ,au -4' 35 Ok 'YL in 195 4:- 7- SUE MASON , P resident I-'RANKIE KIRKPATRICK ROBERT CONAWAY EDITH ANN YOST JAMES BURETZ BETTY ANN SMITH JESSE MERCER PHYLLIS JEAN MICHAEL CECIL HEATER JO ANN OSTRICH NORMAN BROOKOVER SARAH YOST JUNIOR LEMLEY SALLY ANN CARR GALE BARR AGNES MOSCARY JOHN WAYNE CLAYTON SADIE HAWKINBERRY JACK MOORE EDNA EDDY CLIFTON TENNANT , MQ' v 9 I Y I Q A4 xg! JUHN MARSHALL Vxce-Presxden! 4, MARY JO COEN Qecretary --uve-'vvgg sf nut 105' '-.7 Q.. 36 E .QQ if ijfwi j 1: fff, My Y UNPHOTOGRAPI-IED RUBY CLAYTON ANITA CRAIG ROSELL4. HAUGHT DAVID WEAVER REGINA SUE HAUGHT RICHARD GREENE LORETTA STOREY JIMMIE JONES QHIRLFV BAILEY ELLFN HAUCI-IT FREDA NICHOLSON JOHN GUM EVELYN WILSON NLILAN MERCER JO ANN TOOTHMAN JEAN SANTEE VIOLET BARR LOUISE EDDY PEGGY KNISELY SANDRA HAUGHT BONNIE GRAVES DOROTHY 'STILEQ euenlfz grade '- Env .4 A , . if Q.. ' ' ' . . JI 1 - I' s 'M A ,, ij IP'-L I If - ' ' ' ' in 'Tit 'ze , JH LV kv d ix A . A' ,gm I fi 'Si' " I ' "' 'rv ,I ' ' I ' ' 3 , . H ' I V 4 ' ' M' f . .xy I f ,,VV It I I if I X ,LI 'L It ' ' n b xy f . L , , ,' J' In ' I- A E I . N 4? si -v-. J' M ' ' It 1' f I f ,' ' A I I- I - 1 " 1. , I ' I ' 4 J AI I " fy- I If I n , I V ' M 1 I ,I N l 1 I n 5 ' 1 - 4' 1 A H' N: x 5 - ""'?f" gfswif? K M f 9 W lg- yi ' an K -s JL p, gl -9 -y. ff 'V 1 6, 5 Qi 2 1 Q La ran! Uown 8 lzlfz gra e X , A. MRS STEWART ,, MR HARPER .-,A ...I Ne! -JFS? 'S -4 ...- W'Wf ,.. -nf, 'W' 'os ,ur 'Ii ri Q 4 f iv' Q Q J' 1 " ,213 11 ,,.. 'Q 7 Q. s.p' Q-I -sv if .4 37 mf' .5 U1 if SARAH N' -XPFS FRANKLIN JONES SHIRLEY ROQF CARL W I-'INS FRNI-'ST CILLFQPIF LER-X ICF QYLVIA LFSS FTLFY ROBINZUN Im-KTHRYIN GERBA HAROLD QIPE JOHN IVIAPI-Ii JLINE GRFGC' RICH PD SNYDFR N -RRY 'D CK NIRGII. I'-IHB VRJNC HLRT F -1-fy i oi fi ran! own zglzllz grade 'mmf' GATI-IA DENNISON VINTON GILLES PIE i -ww! Nm fi ,.. rw " 1' 4 -"fb 419' ,PN www -'P 'I' rs 'E' pin' if 'N " 17' if 31 fm? ,- ffm,- 'Wa' R' 'SD -Q Qi UNIPHOTOGRAPHED LEE PRATT REGIN N-.RNICK 38 MARY TRUMPKA RAYMOND COLLINS STELLA TARASUK BENNIE LONG JACK PENNELL ERNESTINE MULLINS THOMAS MARKO DORIS BOORE JIMMIE NINE MADELINE SEKULA JAMIE CLIBURN I-'RANK GABOR MARY LEE BOORE MAX BURKE LOTTIE DOMICO ig o 15 J.,-,AQ 0' 1 I -JI A "'J'I -"v-:fym I f"' ' Q: ,I A'?"'f"' 4" I A ' E. I I -J f an ' -A .bl A L Q A ., .f W Q Q Q , D - . I. . 2 I Q 2 " H, ' f I , I K W , M. - I, ,..,..-,K k, ,i . A ,TE E . ab: Q4 "" - 0 N gf HELEN LOUISE DEVONA .4 'A h A -. I ' ' in J, ,, ,, ' ff f 'H . I ' Alai? o A A '.1-ig, ' . f ' I t - ! 'i . 1 A- , Q 7 ' I ' ,. 'O , s- ' 4 .2 , A V- , - gp - 2 I- . :V " J- 4 y .. L - 1 A- ,I I ' IRIX, '. -?'sffQf' ' Nghjn . . I 1- , Q, A f ' 1 1 up . A ' -0 N - - -, I A M. , A 'kv A . X 4-49" -0 rant own euenflz ra e 1 Z' nr -ag lui 94. ld!" ""' !'5 MMUBR na, my J' 'Nwgdf' fx 1 4 4 qi 44 39 NRS GLMP PATTY LANBERT .ra 1 .ff NIDDXE LAY-X MARY ANN HLUSF' THOMAS SIBRAY JU-'-.NN NI-:ER M xRC' 'XRFT -.NNI XL IAF:-' DVBBIINQ FR INC' SFRDIFII 'x HI JUNIOR RENOVITN HELEN ZABALOTK INY RAYMOND KOLO CONNIE SABATINO GI. IRI -. GLIDO BOBBY INOODY FSTP: 3 DOIN IC .IIN 'N Y Tf 'EIN I F, . f 3 A . V ,l 'vs . 1 'O J I , A H I I -Q' 5 . ' N1 b, ' I . :RI . 'ff' , . .4 '- . 4 4' ., . 2 A A I I V . , ,' V , . . ,, . fe I I yy ' fm J 54 " I A ' I T ig1:xFI X? ' ,I .:s 4- ff , My . f l f M-vig, , . ,, fri I J, M ! li-Xvxl? Q 1 iv. I Af in V 10 'ffm' AZ!! .-'.',?Q , I. -Q - Q, . DEAN' Q ,sw -pw I A N' , , ' J' , , ,, fy" ' ' Q 'K' M, 1 , , 1' . . 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STUDENT COUNCIL The purpose of the Student Councu of FHITVICW Hmgh School IS threefold these bemg to promote a better more wholesome relat1on shmp between students and teachers to promote a sense of fan- play among the students themselves and last but not least to present well rounded mterestmg assembly programs The Student Councxl consxsts of a representatmve from each home room havxng been chosen at the begmmng of the school term and 1ts off1cers who are elected 1n the sprmg of the year before they are to resume the1r respons1b1l1t1es Front Row Joe Luketlc Nancy White Mary Kent Rose Mane Sabat1na Pat Jones Martha Sue Prlce Sad1e Ice Bernadette Bell Sally Ann Carr Cec1l Heater Rutowskx Jack Tennant Joe Toothman Joe C lark Thmrd Row Earl Wayne Yost Bud Eddy Tommy Wxlson Merrell C la1r M1ke Krajnak Andy Lepock and B obby MCC oy Pres1dent Howard Stra1ght Vxce Presxdent Bxll Hurd Secretary Treasurer Martha Pr1ce Sergeant at Arms Tommy Wxlson 42 Second Row --B ill Gillespie, Gary Dennison, B ill C lark, Howard Straight, C ecil Y TEENS LATIN CLUB 43 Y TEENS The Y Teen Club of Fa1rv1ew I-hgh School was organxzed durmg the f1rst week of February of 48 Membershlp lS made up of Sophomore and Jumor g1rls The purpose of the Y Teens IS to bulld a fellowshlp of gxrls devoted to the task of reallzmg 1h thexr common lxves those 1deals of personal and socxal l1v1ng to wh1ch we are commltted by our fa1th as C hr1st1ans The Y Teen group at our school 15 affmhated w1th Y W C A mn Famrmont The wfflcers of our club meet w1th the off1cers of the Y Teen Clubs 1n other hlgh schools ln our county to plan for county wxde affalrs such as dances partles and campmg tr1ps Fxr tRow- Second Row Th1rd Row' Fourth Row Karen Fortney Joyce Sulte Dor1s Parker W1lla Jean Haught Marcella Z 1em1nsk1 Frances Powell Mary Louxse Marple Mmss E lv1ra Mazza Nancy Whmte V1rg1n1a C arr M argaret C lark Mary Kent Georg1a B aker Norma Jarv1s Martha Kent C hrxstme Kupreamk Patty C llburn Helen Q1mons Wanda Trumpka Dor1s Sheppard Mary Harr1s Rose Horab Jo Ann Gump Bonn1e Henderson R1ta K1ncell Joyce Collms Mary Dolores Eddy Norma Jones Dolores Haught Pres1dent Nancy Whlte Secretary Treasurer Mary Kent LATIN CLUB The Trl W Latm Club lS composed of f1rst and second year Latm students The purpose of the club IS to promote the study of Latm and to mcrease the soc1al l1fe of the students Senxors 1n the club who have had two years of Latm and have taken act1ve part 1n the club work wxll be awarded sweaters at the close of the year The club w1l1 also donate books to the l1brary and It has contr1buted to buy1ng curtams ln the audltorxum F xrst Row Second Row Th1rd Rover Fourth Row Mxldred Less Soph1a I-lorab Dolores Spasoff Rose Sabatmo Bonnle Henderson Peggy N1ne Frances Powell Dor1s Parker Norma Jarvls Mary Lou Pr1ce Nancy Whxte Gladys MCC oy Sarepta Darrah C loreece C offman Margaret C lark Dorothy Rosxc Helen Sxmons Mary Loulse Marple Martha Sue Prlce Eleanor Drews M1ss Lo1s Wllson Mary Lou Lough Vlrglnla C arr Kathryn Plenkos Betty Walls Jo Ann Barnett Norma Jones Marcella Z 1em1nsk1 Jane Yeager Teddy Zmemmskx Glen Jarvls Dav1d Malcolm Tommy Wmlson B Ill C lark Lou1e C lark Pres1dent Norma Jones V1ce Pres1dent B1llClark Secretary Treasurer Marcella 7 1em1nsk1 44 . , . . . 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FUTURE FARMERS GF AMERICA The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the development of agriculture leadership co operation and citizenship The purpose of the club is to create and nurture a love of country life and to encourage and practice thrift The project of the club 1S to train its members to be better farmers of America They must be or have been a member of the Vocational Agriculture Class before they can enter the club The motto of the club is Learning to do doing to learn earning to live living to serve First Row Bobby McCoy George Morris Jim Yost Earl Reed Don Darrah Jack Mitchell Asa Mercer Joe Mercer Jim Lowe Wayne Morris Jimmy Weaver B earl Reed Inghram Paul Vinc ent Jimmy Sloan Rex Eddy Tommy Price Andy Haught Tracy Lough Mr H B Straight Third Row- Donald Heater Glen Smith Bud Eddy John Hibbs Jack Carpenter Danny Pitzer Richard Pribble Denn s Jackson Albert Clelland Bob Mercer Denzil Parker BOYS GLEE CLUB First Row Paul Jezioro Jack B innix Joe Toothman Ronme Walls John Gump Jesse Tennant Frances Mltchell Second Row- B obby Smith George Opron Mike Marko Joe Krevosky Mrs B rookover T h1rd Row Pat Sheppard Donn1e B aker Duane Shriver Anthony B as11e 46 Second Row: B ob B aker, Paul Wilkinson, Michael Popp, Junior Hinds, Mearl F F1 VARSITY CLUB G,A.A. 47 VARSITY The V3r51tY C lub of Falrvxew H1gh School as orgamzed at the present t1me consxsts of Vars1ty lettermen from all athletlc teams 1n add1t1on to the present cheerleaders Thxs organ1zat1on has been act1ve dur1ng th1s school year 1n raxsmg money for Sen1or award sweaters lettermen sweaters and the annual school glft All members of the Varsxty C lub are lettermen who have met the qual1f1cat1ons establ1shed by the or1g1na1Vars1ty Club board These qual1f1cat1ons necessary to become a letterman are Play at least one half of the quarters dur1ng the football season Be a member of the f1rst and second Varslty basketball team Play 1n one half of all baseball games Be a member of the cheerleadmg staff Be a Varsxty manager for two years The Vars1ty Club meets on an average of once a week and all meetlngs are attended by members only Thls organ1zat1on by var1ous means th1s year have conducted the most successful program ever to be attempted by th1s group Presxdent B1ll C lark Vxce Pres1dent Joe Retton Secretary Treasurer Lo1s Mer1co F 1rst Row Mary Kent Second Row Merrell C 1a1r Th1rd Row' Charhe Merlco Fourth Row Eddle Tek1el1 B111 Clark Nolan Foley B111 G1llesp1e Martha Kent F 1fth Row' C ec1l Rutkowskx S1xth Row' C laude Sw1ger Joe Retton Lou1e C lark John Hurt Glen Jarv1s C oach B 111 Reppert GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The G1rls Athletlc ASSOC13t10h was orgamzed 1nSeptember 1948 Anyone 1n h1gh school 1S 1nv1ted to Jom In order to stay m the club you must not mmss more than three meet mgs and pay your dues of twenty f1VC cents a semester The club now has a membersh1p of slxteen The mam purpose of the G A A 15 to promote more xnterest 1n g1rls sports After the g1rls have part1c1pated 1n so many sports and have earned 200 polnts they are awarded w1th the whxte letter F Yearly the G A A sponsors the baseball dxnner and the May festlval They also are helpxng to keep the g1rls dress1ng rooms 1n good cond1t1on A1lSen1or g1rls that have earned thelr letters 1n a PTCVIOUS year are awarded a sweater The sweaters are blue and whlte wlth Whlte letters and wh1te serv1ce strlpes The colors of the club are blue and wh1te F1rst ROW Mary Jane Toothman Dolores Haught Mary Kent Rose Sabatmo Vxrgmxa B rasuk Evelyn Imes Norma Jarv1s Rose Horab Jean Gump Second Row' Joann Bened1kty Norma Jones Dolores Saasoff Wanda T rumpka Margaret C lark Helen Slmons B onnle Henderson Georg1a Baker Jul1a B elotsky M 1ss Regma M xlano Th1rd Row Soph1a Horab Dolores Qmsenberry Lynn Jo M1ller Joyce Coll1ns Pat Jones Dor1s Sheppard Frances Powell Madalyn Krevosky Lols Burke Mary Kent Presldent Pat Jones V 1ce Presxdent Dor1s Jean Sheppard Secretary Treasurer Frances Powell Athletlc Chalrman Norma Jones P o1nt C haxrman Helen S xmons 48 1 n 1 . 1 y I . , . y - - 9 n . . y 1 ' . . . . . . , v ' ' an vu y . . . . . . , . . . . . , , . 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JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL if 4, T HES PIANS 49 JUNIOR RED CROSS The prmcxpal purpose of the Jumor Red Cross 1S serv1ce to others It works promote better human re1at1ons throughout the world The members of the club have recewed cards and letters from all parts of the world expressmg the1r gratltude for the boxes sent to them There are two counc11 members from each home room that takes care of all busmess and plan aCt1V1t1eS F1rst Row Jack M1tchel1 Carr1e Mltchell Mary Lou Pr1ce LOIS MCTICO Suzanne McC ray Dolores Ann Haught T racy Lough Second Row- Martha Kent Joyce Collms Marcella Z1em1nsk1 Pat Jones Mary Lou Gump Dor1s Jean Sheppard W1lla Jean Haught Mary Mercer M1ss Toothman Pres1dent Pat Jones V1ce Presldent Martha Kent Secretary Marcella Z1em1nsk1 T reasurer Mary Lou P r1ce NATIONAL THESPIANS Fa1rv1ew H1gh School 15 a member of the Nat1ona1Thesp1an Dramat1c Honor SOC1etY present The a1m of the SOC18ty 15 to develop a sp1r1t of 3Ct1VC and 1ntel11gent lnterest 1n dramat1cs 1n our hxgh school The motto 1S Act well your part there all the honor 11es A total of f1fteen po1nts IS requxred for membershlp and these may be earned by actxng stage work belng busmess manager property manager make up 11ght1ng or help 1n any way w1th a stage product1on Meetmgs are held every two weeks usually at the home of some member Fxrst Row- Dor1s Parker Dolores Haught Second Row Joyce Su1te Pat Hawley Thxrd Row' M1ss Mary Sturm Fourth Row F rances Powell Patty Wells F 1fth Row- J oann B arnett Dor1s Jean S heppard S1xth Row- B 111 C lark Howard Stra1ght Dav1d M alcolm T om W 11son John Hurt Presxdent Dor1s Parker V1ce Pres1dent Nancy Wh1te Secretary Treasurer Joyce Su1te 50 . . . . . 1 to for high schools, troupe No. 34. The club was organized in 1929 and has continued until the BAND 51 MAJORETTES MAJORETTES The Majorettes were orgamzed wxth the band m 1942 There are exght majorettes two sponsors two band drum majors and one majorette drum major The g1r1s go ln as reserves and when a place 15 vacant one of the reserves 15 chosen Spoclal routmes are worked out to be performed at the football and basketball games and at the band festwal whxch 15 held 1n the sprmg F1rst Row' Eleanor Drews Mary Lou Inghram Second Row Pat Hawley Norma Jones Karen Fortney Thlrd Row Phyll1s Kmsely Fourth Row Martha Sue Prlce Mary Louxse Marple Patty Wells Mary Lou -Pr1ce Unphotographed Patty Townsley B ernadette B ell Mary Lou Moran Bonn1e Elza Dolores Ann I-laught BAND The Band of FBIFVICW Hxgh School was orgamzed 1n 1941 under the d1rect1on of Mr Henry Thorne Membersh1p 1S made up of students rangmg from slxth to twelfth grades The purpose of the band 15 to bulld up the apprec1atxon of mus1c among fellow students and all who come ln contact wxth the organ1zat1on of musxc The band 15 one of the most actxve organxzatxons of our school It appears at most of the sport events and 15 planmng to attend the Sprlng festwal Each sprmg It glves a concert and often marches 1n parades 1n other C1t18S F 1rst Row' Cec1l Heater Ellen Ruth Haught Bobby Jam1 on Sally Ann Carr Mona Musgrave Jane Reynolds Johnny Marshall Dav1d Weaver Second Row Mary Lou Lough Jeanette B arr Sally Ann C offman Jean Sharp B etty Smlth V1rg1n1a C arr Juamta Tennant JoAnn Gump Jane Robey Th1rd Row Eddy Robey Wxlla Jean Haught Rxchard Rut0WSk1 Tommy W1lson B obby Smlth Gary Denmson Patty Lou W11son Rlta Kmcell Fourth Row Jlmmy Urse Sylv1a B arr Duane Shrlver Tom Mason Francls Mxtchell George Yost and Henry Thorne J' 52 It teaches co-operation and gives light to greater accomplishments in the field ' ' . , r. CAFETERIA CLASS FRONT ROW Left to Right Jeanette Barr Mrs Frances Vincent Director Georgia Baker Florence Renovits Sadie lce Doris Sheppard Mary Lou Moran and Doris Eddy BACK ROW Mrs Lewis Ammons and Mrs Ora Gump cooks UNPHOTOGRAPHED Eleanor Drews Jean Walls Mabel Retton Norma Jarvis The cafeteria at Fairview High opened about the third week of September with Mrs. Frances Vincent the home economics teacher. as director. At that time the meals were served in straight cafeteria style but on November 8 1948 the cafeteria plan changed to the Federal Hot Lunch Program serving the type A meal with milk for 259' . These meals usually consist of a hot dish salad. dessert and sandwiches. The cafeteria staff includes the two cooks Mrs. Ora Gump and her mother Mrs. Lewis Ammons. and the members of the cafeteria class who assist the cooks in serving lunches and clean up the cafeteria after meals. Those in the cafeteria class are: Mary Lou Moran Georgia Baker Florence Renovits Mable Retton. Doris Jean Sheppard, Doris Eddy. Jeanette Barr. Jean Walls, Sadie Ice. Eleanore Drews and Norma Jarvis. The average number of meals served each day is l3O-160 including the grade school. Several new items of equipment have been purchased during the year including a restaurant type stove, two new counters and an electric mixer. Although this is not the first year that Fairview High has operated a cafeteria, it is the first year that it has been operated under the Federal Hot Lunch Program. 53 F 1rst Row Second Row' Thlrd Row' Fxrst Row' Second Row T h1rd R ow SENIOR GLEE CLUB V1rg1n1a Car Dolores Ann Haught Mary Frances Powell Mrs Brookover d1rector Karen Fortney C loreece Coffman Mary Lou Lough S arepta Ann Darrah JUNIOR GLEE FLUB Jean Masters Carrle M1tchell Dorothy Slbray Mary Santee Sally Ann Coffman Florence Zablotny Ruth Keefover Bernadette Bell Frances Parker JoAnn Morr1s Betty Snyder Fondma Knotts Phylhs Kmsely Patty W1lson Patty Woods Patty Dul1n Josephxne Kobash Marle Toothman Vlrglhla Brasuk Mrs Brookover Dolores Qulsenberry Patty Tennant JoAnn Humphreys V1ola Reynolds Ed1th Foley Ruth Imes Margaret Sloan SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS OF 48 49 The sports year of 48 49 was hlghllghted by many lmprovements xn the athletlc department of Fa1rv1ew I-Ilgh School The greatest of these xmprovements was the lnstallment of the hghts on the football held Most of the home games were played under the lxghts and are cons1dered the best hghts m Mar1on County except for East West Stad1um New football equ1pment also was purchased th1s year New head gears hlp pads shoulder pads shoes and r1b pads made playmg football a pleasure Markmg the basketball season th1s year were the surpr1s1ng attendance records for the season At the R1vesv11le game January 2.8 1949 the all t1me record for the Chalfant F1eld House was set at approx1mately l 150 people Another hmghhght of the basketball season th1s year was the cho1ce of the C halfant Fxeld House for the playoff of the Class B Sect1ona1 Tournament of Marlon County The Sectlonal Tournament IS an annual affaxr usually held at the C olebank Gymnasmurn at Fa1rmont State College C lass A schools and C lass B schools have separate tourneys now and th1s glves the smaller schools a better chance for recogn1t1on The Class A tournament w1ll be held at the C olebank Gymnas1um 55 1 , 1 . 1 - 1 - . 1 1 1 . 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 0 . I . . . 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 ' 1 . . . , . yo nn.. A W? :- 1 O ri? -T as A51 vig ps pq 'L NE, inn, A4 aa .. rv vw " ' env ga. 'f ,WGS ,,s.. Q 1 Q ft! in -6 ra 'fro- J CHEERLEADERS C 'Q HEERLEADERS T he Hut POPULARITY CONTEST F rances Parker Most Fnendly gxrl George Lomas Best All Around Freshman Prettxest Smxle Nancy Whxte JCutest gurl C harles Merxco Most Frnendly Boy Best All Around Sophomore Best Athlete Marxetta Retton Bxggest Problem Wxttxest Belt Dancer Jane Yeager Most Studious 7 W ayne Morrxs Prettxest Han- Quxetest 8 C hrxstxne Kupreanxk B xggest F lxrt 9 Louxe Clark B est All Around Jumor I0 Norma Jones Prettxest 11 J ane Jackson -Sxlllest Gxggle 12 Davxd Malcolm Bxggest Problem 13 Dorxs Parker Most Popular M ost C oncelted Best Actress MostBenef1cxa1 14 M xss Toothman Most Popular Teacher 15 P atty C hburn M ost C ourteous 56 3,1 if ' A' 3-L2:255i?' an 1. 4, A w' ' . l - , .. , :Y U. -ga, Q, 5 1. , :V I 'V ' A -Q ,Af . f 'f f , at M - 1 ff new ' 5 P - 2 " ffl if , ' fi? 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M vw, 4 P' ,q-:liz 'W I za ig?-Q bug .li I new ...A- 1' Taxi -CIN x Vl1'glhl3 Carr Most Talented Pat Jones Best Athlete MabelRetton BxggestGossxp J'oAnnBarnett Best Dressed Merrell C laxr and Peggy Nme Couple Seen T ogether M ost Joe Retton M ost C oncexted Joann Morrxs Prethest Haxr Ouxetest PPPUL-XRITY W- 'QLPA4 CONTEST 8 Howard Straxght Best Dressed Nlost Courteous 9 Claude Swxger Bxggest Fhrt 10 Mex-rel1C laxr ll John S lbray Lazxesi S xlhest Gxggle IZ MarthaSue Prmce Prethest:-mlle 13 B xll C lark Most Talented B eneflC1a1 510310115 Popular Best All Around Semor Besi Dancer B est Actor W xttlest C utest 57 I: .-. - wr XV' ,ag 4' ' 'Q r, i LH., 7 W ff an X3 I 12 f ' 43+ ig .' Q Y Q, lg Q . n 'tv 3' aka 'X , I ,,,. jf O , , 4- iw X September September S eptember October October October October October FOOTBALL FRONT Iohnnxe Marlhall FIRST ROW Glen Jarvis C laude Swlger Merrell C lnxr B xll Hurd B 111 C lark SECOND ROW Iack Tennant B111 Gxllespxe Ray Gerba Cec1lRutkowskx Louxs Clark Don Lukehc John Hurt Ruthkowalu Arthur Jarvxs Denms Jackson Eddxe Tekxeh REAR Coach Wxlham Reppert P runtytown F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew B arrackvxlle M onongah F BITVICW C lay B attelle SCHEDULE Season Record Won 3 Lost 5 9 F axrv1ew M annlngton R zvesvxlle F armmgton F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew G rafton F a1rv1ew THIRD ROW: Charles Merico, John lXl1arko,Joe Toothman.No1an Foley. Richard 10 6 at ' ' 17 ' ' 0 at ' Z4 ' ' 14 at ' ' 1 ' ' 7 at ' 8 ' 40 at ' ' 15 6 at ' ' Z2 ' 0 at Z9 - 18 at ' ' 5 December December December D ec ember January January January January January January January January February February February February February February February FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW UNPHOTOGRAPHED BASKETBALL 48 49 e tt S lC1 enn t Ch eNI o Edde E 1Yos llG llespe 1nFoleyTnKad tk sk ol. et Lo1sCl rk MxkeMa ko C hR pp Ca lHa ght VARSITY SCHEDULE 1948 49 Alurnm St F ranc1s Fa1rv1ew Sm1thf1e1d Hundred Faxrvmew Fa1rv1ew Manmngton Farmmgton FBITVICW Fa1rv1ew R1vesv1lle Fazrvlew FSIIVICW Fa1rv1ew St Peters Monongah C lay B attelle Falrvlew 60 F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew W est F a1rmont E ast Fa1rmont Fa1rv1ew F axrv1ew Monongah R1vesv111e F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew Manmngton Hundred F a1rv1ew B arrackvllle F armmgton C lay B attelle F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew Fa1rv1ew S m1thf1e1d : Jo Re on,LC laude wiger. Bil ark. 7 Jack T an, arli eric , i Tekieli, ar t. Bi i i . : Noa , 0 i er,Cefil Ruh ow i. D n uk ' . u' a , ' r , can: e ert. 14 ' 40 at ' ' 16 . ' 46 at ' ' December ZZ Fairview 30 at ' Z8 ' ' 33 at ' 31 ' ' 37 at ' ' 3 Z8 at ' ' 7 ' ' 56 at 11 ' ' 38 .it ' ' 15 ' 39 at ' ' 18 ' 38 at ' ' Z1 ' ' SZ at ' Z5 ' ' 53 at Z8 ' ' 44 at ' ' 1 ' ' 36 at ' 3 ' ' 53 at ' 8 ' ' 52 at - 12 . 45 at ' ' 15 34 at ' ' 18 - 41 at ' ' ZZ ' ' 48 at ' ' January January January January January January January January January January February February FIRST ROW JohnM ko Re Eddy SECOND ROW J'ackB nmx Geo ge Op on Don Da h THIRD ROW J e To thman PaulR Vm ent Co hRepp rt De Hundred F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew M anmngton F armmgton F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew R we sv1l1e S unc rest F a1rv1ew F a1rv1ew F a1rv1 ew Monongah Rmvesvxlle FHITVICW Fa1rv1ew Mann1ngton Hundred S uncrest F a1rv1ew FBITVICW B arrackv111e F armmgton JUNIOR HIGH SCHEDULE 3 Z3 at ' ' ' 7 ' ' 42 at 11 ' ' Z7 at ' ' 15 ' 28 at ' ' 18 ' 17 at ' ' Z1 ' ' 38 at ' Z5 ' ' Z6 at Z6 ' ' 35 at Z8 ' ' 26 at ' ' 31 Z9 at ' ' 1 ' ' 36 at ' - 3 ' ' 38 at ' BASEBALL TEAM l948 FIRST ROW Charles Mer co Joe Retton B ll Clark SECOND ROW Cecil Rutko sk Cl de Sw get Eddy Tekxeh THIRD ROW Manager Nolan Foley Jack Tennant Louxe C lark Don Luketlc Coach W ll am Reppert SCHEDULE Aprxl Aprxl Aprzl May M ay M ay May May May M ay W Falrmont Hundred F axrvxew M annmgton B arrackv111e F a1rv1ew F BITVICW M onongah M onongah F a1rv1ew Season s Record Won 9 Lost Z 62 F BIIVICW F HITVICW R 1vesv11le F a1rv1ew F axrvxew H undred R 1vesv11le F axrvxew F axrvlew B arrackvmlle 1 N ' 7 . ' 0 at ' ' 1 ' Z0 0 at ' ' April 23 F airvievy 3 at W , F airmont ' Z7 ' ' 5 at ' ' 4 ' 1 at ' ' 6 ' 3 at ' ' 10 ' ' 18 at 1 1 ' ' Z at ' ' 12 4 at ' ' 18 0 at ' ' 25 ' ' Z at ' if THE DIVINE FLORA THE DIVINE FLORA PAT USED TO BE HIKERS V T.N T LOIS SURROUNDED 3q"af it 'B BUS TIME 'Q K D 1 . . I: . 'V Nl. L. M it' . ,N 1 ' 3 CUTE gi i swzzr . . 1 "PALS" FRIENDS PIGSKINNERS YJYEENERS 63 SCHOOL CALENDAR 1948 49 SEPTFMBER F1rst day of school Freshmen are puzzled Freslues st1ll puzzled FZITVICW scalps Pruntytown on home f1e1d 42 6 Band goes to march at Mann1ngtonFa1r Faxrvxew IS badly defeated at Manmngton under l1ghts 32 0 F1rst ed1t1on of Tw1n Tower T1mes comes out Fa1rv1ewInd1ans are defeated at RIVCSVIIIC 25 14 no school today -Second pubhcatxon of school paper comes out Fxrst hghts are put on towers on athlet1c held Drawxngs for assembly dates are made OCTOBER Fa1rv1ew loses at Farmmgton 20 7 Boys m1ss school to hear Indlans and Red Sox play over rad1o -Show L1feboat w1th Tallulah Bankhead 1S glven -Grant Town P T A presents varlety show at h1gh school xn evemng Football game wxth Barrackv1lle postponed to Monday Redskxns are badly defeated by Barrackvxlle on ath1et1c f1eld under l1ghts 40 6 -Sen1or and club pxctures taken Proof rece1ved for photos taken Faxrvmew edges Monongah under l1ghts on f1eld 7 6 Band marches between halves Monongah Band mar hes also -Orders for Semor pmctures taken -G1rl Scouts present 1nterest1ng assembly f1rst reports cards recelved Fa1rv1ew loses to a supposedly much better opponent at Grafton under hghts 6 0 Mlss Sturm returns to school after a week s huntlng trmp Professor Taylor from West Vlrglhla Un1vers1ty speaks to student body and to S en1ors J'un1ors g1ve annual Junlor Halloween party Famrvmew trlms Clay Battelle on athletmc f1eld under lxghts 1n last game of season 2 8 NOVEMBER -Students vote 1n mock natlonal electxon Elect1on Day no school held -Student democrat1c sympath1sts are happy over Trurnan s elect1on Mov1e S entlmental Journey w1th John Payne and Maureen O Hara gmven Junmor Class orders class rmgs -Sen1ors select preferred styles of 1nv1tat1ons and personal cards V1s1tors Day Parents come to mspect the school No school today Arm1st1ce Day No school today -S E A meets 1n Charleston Journahsrn class dec1des that Walsworth Brothers Company w111 publmsh yearbook fxve members of Journahsm class go wxth company agent to collect advert1sements for yearbook Annual student m1x presented by Semors 1n evenmg -Students vote 1n popular1ty contest -G.A A presents assembly w1th Thanksgwmg Day as theme Thanksg1v1ng Day no school held Thanksgxvxng ho11day no school held Dor1s Parker broadcasts school news over rad1o stat1on WVVW 64 7-- ' . 8-- . 9--H ' " ' . l0-- ' ' ' , - . l4-- ' ' . 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DECEMBER 31 The fall play The D1v1ne Flora g1ven as a matmee IS presented by M1ss Sturm starrxng Patty C l1burn Loule and B 111 C lark -Orders go out for class rmgs even1ng performance of The D1v1ne Flora 15 g1ven Work starts on yearbook Movle Son of Fury 1S gnen starr1ng Tyrone Power -Gmdance held today -Semor p1ctures come Martha Kent and Bonnxe Elza broadcast school news over statlon WVVW M155 Toothman s home room presents a mlnstrel for assembly Thuse meetmg led by cheerleaders followlng the program Fa1rv1ew Redskms tr1m St Francls 59 46 1n fxeld house -Student Councll decorat1es halls Wlth Chrxstmas tr1mm1ngs Rev Van Sxckle speaks 1n assembly West Fa1rmont d6C1S1Ve1y beats Fa1rv1ew 60 ln West Faxrmont s gymnaslurn grade school g1ves Chr1stmas assembly Chr1stmas holldays beg1n East Fa1rmont defeats Indlans 40 33 at the East H1gh gym -Smxthfxeld bows to Ind1ans 45 37 nn C halfont F1e1d House JANUARY 1 New Year 15 ushered 1n -Students come back to school from Chrxstmas holldays Redsklns scalp Hundred 33 28 1n a home game Fa1rv1ew overcomes Monongah on Monongah s home court 46 40 Falrvxew ekes Wlh from Rxvesvxlle 1n Rlvesvllle s gym to take the lead 1n the Mason Dlxon league 38 36 Ind1ans snow Mann1ngton under on Mannlngton s home court 61 39 Fa1rv1ew Indlans wallop Farmlngton 1n Faxrvlew s Fxeld House 55 39 F1rst semester ends Mannmgton IS scalped by Redsklns here SZ 38 Latln Club presents mystery play -Students recexve report cards semester grades are mcluded Fa1rVl6W defeats Hundred there 52 51 Mr Groves presents a safety movle school bus breaks down FBIYVICW loses to R1vesv1lle 44 37 and t1es for Mason Dlxon league .Tumor I-hgh defeats Suncrest .Tunxor H1gh of Morgantown 1n Fa1rv1ew gym FEBRUARY Barrackvxlle defeats Fa1rv1ew on home floor 50 36 Farmmgton beats lndxans by one poxnt 53 52. on home floor C lay Battelle defeats Redskms by one pomt 54 53 on home floor Thesp1ans present The Ba1conyScene a serlous one act play for assembly Educat1onal mov1es shown m guldance perlod on pollutlon of waters and Red C ross work -St Peters w1ns hard fought game here 45 43 Latm Club Valentxne candy 15 raffled off mn a short assembly Faxrvlew wms home game from Monongah after f1ve stra1ght losses 44 34 Rev Macdonald of Charleston presents show and lecture on alcohohsm to student body Fa1rv1ew mps Clay Battelle 1n last quarter to wm game 51 41 Bxll C lark wms mn the Amer1can Leg1on County Oratormcal contest .Tumor High Tournament called off Fa1rv1ew plays Barrackvllle mn last game of season Paw Paw goes to press 65 Z-- ,H . . ,x . . - . . - 3- . -- . 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M ARC H 3ect1on1l Tournament C lass Pw 15 played atFa1rv1ew w1th f1ve teams partmclpatxng Falrx lew Pwarrackvllle Clay Battelle Rwesvllle and Farmmngton Grade School presents operetta Taffy Ann Show Happy L and ng lS presented APRIL IXXY l F1remen sponsor a carmx al X11 County chorus and band are held at IX anmngton all C' ounty chorus and band are presented at Faxrvlew -Good F rlday -C X A sponsors VX ay Day festw tres Qprmp play to be on en dxref ted by Marv 'Sturm The Junxor C lass sponsors prom n honor of gen ors F lass nmoht held by QEHIOTS Commencement nmht happy sad and 1nd1fferentQen ors fret d plomas 66 2-5--x . K , 4, . . . . . . ll-- x- Y 1. A U' 16--., ," , i ", ' . 1-Z-- ' " . 4--f - " T ' . 6--,A -, ' ' 8--All-C ounty Chorus and band are presented at FairmontSenior High. 15- ' . I3--. ' 3 L ' G" , ' ' ,X . . Z0-- ' opq, ,N A , it . . i . Z6--., . 'D ' . 27--,, 'O 3 , ' ' a , a , , f T v rss 11-1-15 IXI1bel R etton MaryG111Iem1ey Dons W lson ary and Martha! ent Monford VIIISOH IVT 55 'X 17721 Txelyn Imes Xllre L ee Xmmons fV'r Standlfer Mr Groves V iry Lou1se and P 11 N r and NHS Fugene Drews B1l1Pwarth '1V1d Farmer Stramlmt Fldora and Glen Norma and Sammy ob Y' rr IN ary and Oenzxl Lester Tuttle Tom and Patches Qpecks H P W 1ldm'1n P hwrlle and Juimti D 12,5 FO0thTl'1'1T'x 67 H W F3 f'fl?f' IU' FC ' h C , I C ' 4 ' l C PJ " Q Q N A . XC J 1 f l , . . Al - EC. VK, M a1c'01m , 1 .f 1 ' L1 I , fi , I C ' 1 uv 1 ' Dr ' . . Q. B 'gm ll Y " Ol VV . C, " f L! C V C A ' Y' - ' Q 'XT ,, LL Luft aj WALSVIORTH limit-nllilby -llliiflifl lininlslll. 69 4 f 1 3124 I ,Av I , 1 X 1, L Q QI F f? fw PN X gi Q 9 xii !xANeQE1f SHE -its 2 626502. You looked Super at the Party last n1ght No wonder that s my new dress from Hartley s Tween Teen Shop What do you know? My new su1t came from Hartley s too Looks hke we better make lt a date to n1ght df fi! cefdv 5 Ski? x fx ,Q 4 fxf Nwwwf I HARTLEY S eff X TWEEN TEENSHOP STUDENTSSHOP Second Floor Street Floor Fa1rmont West Vlrglnla A Modern Store Abreast of the Tlmes S y,w nyrf .y, 1 W t gw 1 Y HE---" " " . V -.R-XNS ' - ," f I X .E '::::E2: . . - - , Xi U: , , ,. .. S. , . L ,,!XX-ik A 2,1 I '-+, . X 'S' V:-l X351 2. , ' y-.A,. A. I gtg yfiig 4Qm,j ,f' 1 A 'w'.Fi53lZEi' ,f A- V xef ggf x E Bunk of Wcdestown X 4 e 1CoundaTion of every stafe is the educafuon of W5 youth 010 81484 Edueahon maifes a people easy To lead boi duffnculf To druve eaSy To qovern but impossible to enslave GGDGDQL Depmzmwz 5:0-we X y James Mazure Grocery FRESH FOODS VEGETABLES Phone 2.778 lVIa1rx Stre t Grant Town West Vlrgmxa Plfrala Garage BIG CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST Phones Falrmont 2536 and Fa1rv1eW 4133 Grant Town West Vlrglnla . e , . . . O For Finer Foods Come to Burns Restaurant The Cantor Tailoring Co to The Beet That 15 Made Phone 5154 418 Mam Street Fa1rmont West Vmrgmxa o o O From the Cheapest That is Good FAIRMONT PHOTO SLRVICI Graduate Portrnts Photos F1n1sh1ng Church Wedd1ngs C 1nd1d Snapshots 317 Walnut Avenue Falrmont West V1rg1n1 JIMMY MORGAN S MUSIC SHOP Where You Are Served by Mus1c1ans Popular and Classlcal Records 233 Meredlth Street Phone 359 .I Fa1rrnont V est Vlrglnla For Better Furnlture Rugs Whlte Star Ranges Lane Cedar Chests and Complete Home Furn1sh1ngs Shop at STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY 321 Jefferson Street Falrmont West Vlfglflla Comphments of CITY NATIONAL BANK Falrrr nt V est Vlfglnla . , . . .H 1 nj so - - ,va Music Instruments and Accessories . - . , Y, . . . ' . 9 A I l 9 ' , v. . . . - "-- 'nni"' ' ' ' Stop at the BLUE and WHITE SERVICE STATION Below the Grant Town Grade School Phone 4176 Come to MCCOYS DRUG STORE For Your Drug Needs IVIa1n Street Phone 3021 Fa1rv1ew West V1rg1n1a When You Are On the Warpath Come to the INDIAN HUT For Yo,1r Much Needed Fun Below the I-hgh School Fa1rv1ew West Vlrglnla Meet and Eat at LEE S PLACE Phone 4631 Ma1n Street Falrvlew, West Vlfglnla A 1 1 9 . . . 1 - - - Y f M YY 7777 , Comphments of BELLS MARKET Phone 2551 Maxn Street FBITVICW Vv est Vlrglnla ROBINSON COMPANY Jewelers Hamllton E1g1n Bulova Longmnes Amerlcas Flnest Vvatch Value Oppos1te Bus Term1na1 313 Jefferson Street Fa1rmont West V1rg1n1a WILSON EDDY and SON General Garage Esso Gas and O11 Goodyear T1res and Tubes Fa1rv1ew Phone 3031 West V1rg1n1a F1rst 1n Foods and Apphances PITROLA S GROCERY STORE Phone 4165 Maxn Street Grant Town Web! Vlrgml L. M. Wilson and L. L. Eddy, Proprietors - Ll Come to the BURNS VARIETY STORE or Toys Clothmg Shoes School Supphes I-Ioslery Household Supphes HOLT S OFFICE SUPPLY Off1ce Supphes Equ1pment Bus1ness Machmes Sport1ng Goods Phone 1233 213 Adams Street Faurnont West V1rg1n1a RAWLINGS OPTICIANRY Gu1ld Optlcxans No One IS Better Qual1f1ed to Exam1ne Your Eyes Than an Eye Phys1c1an One who holds the Degree M D He g1VeS a complete eye examxnatxon Brmg your next Prescr1pt1on to Us Your Gulld Opt1c1an for Accurate Careful DCCISIOH of Your Glasses Fa1rrnont Hotel Lobby Phone 4377 Fa1rrnont West V1rg1n1a ALLIED PAINT ,J ASS COMPANY P1ttsburg Palnt Wallpaper Glass Art Suppl1es P1cture Frammg Phone 1760 67 Faurnont Avenue Falrmont West Vlrglnla f c Ol ' .UID ' ' ' I Y Y , THE SHARP HAMILTON COMPANY The Man's Store Service and Quality Main Street Fairmont West Virginia THE HOLLYWOOD SHOPPE Dresses Suits Coats For Your Graduation Gowns and Ensembles Phone 4084 22.4 Adams Street Fairmont Vv est Virginia Compliments of GOLDEN BROTHERS Phone 662 331 Adams Street Fairmont West Virginia RONAY S .TEVK ELERS VN atch Repairing Phone 5100 308 Madison Street Fairmont West Virglnia . , , . . . Jewelry - Diamonds - Watches B F GOODRICH STORE Research Keeps Us Elrst 1n Rubber Phone 700 Corner Cleveland and Locust Avenues Fa1rm0nt West Vlrglnla Off1c1al Servlce Statlon for Falrmont Hotel SMILEY S SUNOCO SERVICE A Complete One Stop Servlce Stat1on Only Z4 Hour Statlon Phone 5412. Corner Cleveland and Jackson Streets Fdlrmont West V1rg1n1a If You Need It We've Got It UNION SERVICE STATION Phone 3108 Keystone West Vxrgxnxa For Better Foods and Grocer1es Come to the DODD GROCERY Phone 3701 Grant Town lKestV1rg1n11 Gas-Oil-Lubrication-Washing-Simonizing-Tires-Batteries -Accessories When the Cccasion Calls for Flowers Call WEBER'S 219 Jefferson Street SUTTON'S Cards and Gifts for A11 Occasions Westinghouse Appliances Phone 4442. Compllments FRIEND THANKS TO T 1E ' of A ADVERTISERS Q. 1 1


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