Fairview High School - Paw Paw Yearbook (Fairview, WV)
- Class of 1951
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We, the members of the Paw Paw Staff, .have tried
throughout this yearbook to remind you of the "good old
days." It is our aim to make a book that you will cher-
ish in future years.
We want you to remember your own "good old days, "
not so much those portrayed in the title pages of this
book, but your own high school days. your former teachers
WE, THE 1951 PAW PAW STAFF,
WISH TO DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL
TO ALL OF THE TEACHERS WHO
HAVE AIDED US IN OUR WORK AND
OTHER ACTIVITIES DURING OUR
TWELVE YEARS OF ATTENDING SCHOOL
Fairview High School
All hail to Fairview High School,
The fairest in the land.
We'11 always pay her tribute,
And may she ever stand.
So sturdy does she stand there,
In grandeur and in grace. g
Her twin towers ever upward,
To God she turns her face.
Fair Play shall be her motto,
And fair she'll always be.
Three cheers to Fairview High
A guardian of the free.
- -Kathleen Rinehart
The Journalism Class
FIRST ROW: Mary Eddy, Helen Jones, Delores Spasoff, Julia Belotsky, Lila Boore, Thelma Hurt
SECOND ROW: Jean Sh3l'P. Mary Harris, Joyce Collins, Nancy Straight, Martha Morris, Mi 5 St m.
THIRD ROW: Rita Wiens. Dessie Warner, Helen Neer, Tom Bowers, Jane Robey, Karen Fortney
The Journalism Class publishes a paper every two weeks called the Twin Tower Times it
gets its name from the two towers at the front of our building. When the paper comes out four
times a new staff is elected. We publish our paper on a mimeograph machine
Each year the Journalism Class puts' out an annual called the Paw Paw. This name comes
from Paw Paw District in which our school is located.
The Pa-w Pa-w Stab'
Assistant Editor- - -
Senior Editors - - -
Delores Spasoff and Lila Boore
Artist --------------- ------------------ T helma Hurt
Organization Editor - -
Photographer ----- ---
-- ------- --- ---- Jean Sharp
Business Manager ---- ----------------- E dythe Wells
Circulation ---------- ---Julia Belotsky and Jane Robey
Sports Edito r ---------
Adve rtising Manager s
Junior Editor -------
Sophomore Editor ----
Freshman Editor ----
Eighth Grade Editor---
Seventh Grade Editor ----
Faculty Editor --------
------------------ Rita Wiens
---Helen Neer and Mary Eddy
- --- Julia Belotsky
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HERSHEL B. STRAIGHT
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ROBERT J. GROVES
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Algebra I and ll
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West Virginia University, M.
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West Virginia University, B.S
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LILLIE MAE TOOTHMAN
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JOHN O. BOLAND
West Virginia University, B. M.
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Fairmont State College, A. B.
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GARY B. DENNISON
"Where an opinion is general, it is usually
President, 45 Vice-President Thespians,
JULIA ANN BELOTSKY
45 Vice-President Student Body, 45 Prom
C91-lfl. 35 Latin Club, 3-4: Jr. Red Cross,
3-45 Student Council, Z.
MARY LOU INGHRAM
"All argument will vanish before one
"A cheerful look makes A dish a feast. "
touch of nature. "
Paw Paw Staff, 4:
l-Z5 Class Plays,
TTT Staff, 4, G.A. A.,
l-45 Jr. Red Cross,
Educ. . 3.
EDWARD THOMAS TEKIELI
"Play up, play up and play the game. "
Vice-President, 45 Varsity Club, I-Z-3-45
Latin Club Pres. , 45 Latin Club, 3-45
Football, l-Z-3-45 Basketball, Z-3-45 Jr.
High, 15 Baseball, l-Z-3-45 Jr. Red Cross,
Z-3-45 Prom Court. 3.
Majorette, l-Z-3-45 Glee Club, I-35
May Festival. I-Z-35 Prom Court, 35
G. A. A. , I5 Secretary. 4: Jr. Red Cross
3-45 "Uncertain Wings, " 3: "Meet Me In
St. Louis," 3, Drivers' Educ. , 4.
WALTER JACK TENNANT
"Handsome is that handsome does.
Football, l-Z-3-4: Jr. High Team, lp
Basketball, Z-3-4: Baseball, Z-3-4: Vice-
President, Class, l: Student Council, Z:
Vice-President, Class, 3: Varsity Club, I-
Z-3-4: President Student Body, 4: Prom King,
3: Latin Club, 3-4: Jr. Red Cross, Z-3-4.
LILA NELL BOORE
"The girl that loves and laughs must do well."
Glee Club, lg G.A.A.. 1: Y-Teens, Z: May
Festival, l-Z-3: Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-3-4:
Paw Paw Staff, 4: TTT Staff, 4: Girls' State,
3: Thespian, 4: Drivers' Educ.. 3: "Angela's
Surprise," 1: "High School Daze," Z: Seven-
teenth Summer," 4: "Mrs. Apple And Her
Corps, " 4.
CHARLES H. MERICO
"Patience and shuffle the cards."
Varsity Club, l-Z-3-4: Jr. High Team, l:
Basketball, Z-3-4: Football, l-Z-3-4: Base-
ball. l-Z-3-4: President, Class, 3: "Un-
certain Wings," 3: Prom Court, 3: Student
Council, l-Z-4: Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-3-4.
"ln each cheek appears a pretty dimple. "
Glee Club, lg Secretary, Class, lg G. A. A.,
lg President, Z: May Festival, l-Z-3: Jr.
Red Cross, l-Z-3-4: Secretary J. R.C., 3:
Latin Club, Z-3-4, Prom Court, 3:
Majorette, 3-4:Secy. Majorette Club, 4:
Student Council, 4: Pres. Library Club, 4:
Senior Editor Paw Paw Staff, 4: TTT Staff,
43 "Mrs. Apple And Her Corps," 4.
"O Pilot! 'Tis a leariul night,
The-re's danger on the deep."
Varsity Club, l-Z-3-4. Latin Club, 3-4:
Sergeant At Arms, Class, 3-4: Football, l-
L-3-4, Jr. High Team l: Basketball, Z-3: Jr.
Red Cross. l-Z-3-4: Student Council, 4.
ROSE MARIE SABATINO
Wit now and then, struck smartly, shows
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45.1. A spark...
.A.A., l-Z, Band, 3-4, Glee Club, l: May
M W 1 , .y , 'S,1 Festival, Z-3: Prom Queen. 3: Jr. Red Cross,
SLNJ. ,,t,- ff 1-z-3-4, student Council 4.
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THOMAS HENRY BOWERS
"Time for work-yet take much holiday for
arts and iriendship's sake."
Sergeant at arms, Class, 4: Student Council.
3: President, Class, lg Minstrel, I: Drivers
Educ. , 3: Industrial Arts, I: Paw Paw Staff,
4: TTT Staff, 4.
PATRICIA ANN MORRONE
"Wit is the food of conversation."
Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-3-4: Jr. Red Cross
Council, 1: Glee Club, I: G.A.A., 1: May
Festival, l-2-3: "Uncertain Wings."
ROBERT LEE MERCER
"The shortest answer is doing. "
Vo.-Agr. President, 4, Vo. -Agr.. Z-3-4:
Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-34, Industrial Arts, I.
THELMA MAE HURT
"I would help others out of a fellow-
Glee Club, l: Jr. Red Cross, l-2-3-4: May
Festival, I-Z-3: Drivers' Educ., 4: TTT
Staff, 4: Artist Paw Paw Staff, 4: "Mrs.
Apple And Her Corps. " 4.
RICHARD B. RUTKOWSKI
"Though he was rough, he was kindly."
Varsity Club, Z-3-4: Student Council, 4:
Industrial Arts, l.
FRANCIS JOANN GUMP
"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation."
Thespian, Z-3-4: Latin Club, 3-4: May Festi-
val, 1-Z-3: Jr. Glee Club, l-Z: Senior
Chorus, 4: Band, l-Z-3-4: Jr. Red Cross, I-
Z-3-4: Y-Teens, Z: G. A.A. . l: President and
Assistant Director of the Band, 4: Secretary
and Treasurer of the Thespians, 4: "Murder
In Rehearsal, l: "The Divine Flora, " I:
"Night Of January l6th, " Z: "Mr. Lincoln's
Whiskers, " 3: "Uncertain Wings," 3: "Meet
Me In St. Louis," 3.
THOMAS G. MASON
"A joke's a very serious thing. "
Student Council, 43 Band, l-Z-3-4: Jr. Red
Cross, l-Z-3-4, County Band, 4: Audio-
Visual Club, 3-4: "Uncertain Wings, " 3,
Student Director "Mrs. Apple And Her
Corps, " 4, "Seventeenth Summer. " 4.
HELEN LOUISE NEER
"Smooth runs the water where the brook is
Glee Club, lp Jr. Red Cross, l-L-3-43
Drivers' Educ. , 3: Advertising Manager
Paw Paw Staff, 4: TTT Staff, 4.
ALBERT N. CLELLAND
"O, I am stab'd with laughter."
Vo. -Agr., Z-3-4: Treasurer, 33 Jr. Red
Cross. 1-Z-3-4: lndustrial Arts, lg Min-
VlRGlNlA LEE HUFFORD
"l worked with patience which means almost
Glee Club. lg May Festival, l-Z-3, Math
Club. 4: Secy. Math Club, 4: Vice-President.
Class, Z3 Drivers' Educ., 4: Jr. Red Cross,
I-Z-3-4: Treasurer, Class. 3.
"That one small head should carry all it
Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-3-45 Drivers' Educ., 3,
Audio-Visual, l-Z-3-4: Pres. Audio-Visual,
LOIS ELVARIA MERICO
"Come, sing now. for l know you sing well."
G.A.A., l: Cheerleader, Z-3-4, Varsity
Club, Z-3-4, Secretary, 3, Jr. Red Cross, l-
A-3-4, Glee Club, lg Thespian. 4, May Festi-
val, l-Z-3, Senior Chorus, 4: "Meet Me ln St.
Louis, " "The Divine Flora."
BERNARD D. EDDY
"Nothing is more useful than silence. "
Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-3-4, F. F.A. Treasurer,
Z-3: F.F.A. Reporter, 3-4: Vo. -Agr., 2-3-
MARY DELORIS EDDY
"For she was more than over shoes in love."
Majorette, 3-4: Glee Club, lp Senior Chorus,
4: Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-3-4: Y-Teens, lg May
Festival, 1: Student Council, 4: Paw Paw
Staff, 45 TTT Staff, 43 Cafeteria, 3, Usher
"Night Of January 16th, " Z: Usher "A Date
With Judy, " 1.
HENRY J. CLAYTON
I am a great friend to public amusements. "
Jr. Red Cross, 1-Z-3-4: Sergeant At Arms,
Student Body, 43 Latin Club. 3-4, Audio-
Visual Club, 3-45 Student Council, 4.
MARTHA JEAN MORRIS
"Obedience is the key to every door."
Glee Club, 1: Jr. Red Cross, I-Z-3-4: May
Festival, I: Minstrel, lg TTT Staff, 4,
Cafeteria, 3, Paw Paw Staff, 4.
MARTHA ELLEN TOOTHMAN
"Let me hear from thee by letter. "
G. A. A. . li Glee Club, I: Band, 35 Jr. Red
Cross, l-Z-3-4: May Festival, l-Z-3:
Cafeteria, 3: Minstrel, l.
MARY REBECCA HARRIS
"We should agree as angels do above."
-Glee Club, lg Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-3-4: May
Festival, Z-3: Y-Teens, lg Minstrel, lg TTT
Staff, 4: Paw Paw Staff, 4: Cafeteria. 3:
Senior Chorus, 4, Drivers' Educ. , 3, Prop-
erty Manager "A Date With Judy," 1.
JANE LOUISE ROBEY
"Friendship is a sheltering tree."
Glee Club, lg Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-3-4: Band.
I-Z-3-4, Vice-Pres. Library Club, 4, Latin
Club, 3-4: May Festival, l-39 Student
Council, 1: County Band, 4: Treasurer Band,
4, TTT Staff, 4: Paw Paw Staff, 4:"'Uncertain
Wings," 3, "The Divine Flora."
RITA KINCELL WIENS
"Marriage is destiny, made in heaven. "
Band, 1-Z-3, Paw Paw Staff, 4: TTT Staff, 4:
Glee Club, 1, Y-Teens, 1, Cafeteria, 3:
Business Manager "Meet Me In St. Louis," 3:
Advertising Manager "Seventeenth Summer,"
DESSIE ELLEN WARNER
"For knowledge, too, is itself a power."
Glee Club, lg May Festival, l-Z-3: Prom
Court, 3, Thespians, 4: Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-
3-4: Drivers' Educ.. 4, Jr. High Cheer'
leader, lp Assistant Editor Paw Paw Staff, 4,
TTT Staff, 4: "Uncertain Wings, " 3: Property
Manager "Angela's Surprise, " lg "Seven-
teenth Summer," 43 "Mrs. Apple And Her
HELEN MARIE JONES
"She who is pleased herself, must always
May Festival, l-Z-3-4: Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-
3-43 TTT Staff, 4, Paw Paw Staff, 4.
NANCY CARROL. STRAIGHT
"The hand that follows intellect can achieve."
Glee Club, lg May Festival, I-Z-3: Thespians,
4, Jr. Red Cross, I-Z-3-4, Editor Paw Paw
Staff, 4: TTT Staff, 4: Drivers' Educ.. 4:
Business Manager "Uncertain Wings," 3:
"Seventeenth Summer," 4: "Angel:-i's Sur-
prise, " lg "Mrs. Apple And Her Corps. " 4.
ELEANOR ROSE ADAMS
"Silence is deep as eternity. "
Glee Club, lg Minstrel, lp Jr. Red Cross, l-
DOLORES ANN HAUGHT
"So much one girl can do, that does both act
Majorette, 1-Z-3-4: Glee Club, l-Z-3-4:
County Chorus, Z-3: W. Va. State Chorus,
4, Girls' State, 3: May Festival, l-Z-3:
Prom Court, 3: Latin Club, 3-4: Secy.
Latin Club, 4: Thespians, Z-3-4: Pres.
Thespians, 4: G.A.A., l-Z-3: Secy. G.A.A
3: Jr. Red Cross, l-Z-3-4: Y-Teens, Z:
"Seventeenth Summer," 4: "Mr. Lincoln's
Whiskers, " 3, "A Date With Judy," l.
NORMA JEAN SHARP
"Skating well is the great art of social life. "
Glee Club, l: Band, 1-Z-3-4: Band
Librarian, 4, TTT Staff, 4: Paw Paw Staff, 4
Drivers' Educ., 3: Minstrel, l. -
EDYTHE DOLORES WELLS
"A short saying oft contains much wisdom."
Glee Club, l: Jr. High Cheerleader, l: May
Festival, l-Z-3: Jr. Red Cross, I-Z-3-4:
Cafeteria, 3: Drivers' Educ. , 4: Business
Manager Paw Paw Staff, 4: TTT Staff, 4:
Business Manager "Uncertain Wings, " 3:
Prompter "Angela's Surprise, " l: "Mrs.
Apple And Her Corps," 4.
BONNlE ELLEN PARKER
"Happiness seems made to be shared."
Glee Club, 1: Library Club, 4: Jr. Red
Cross, l-Z-3-4: May Festival, l-Z-3:
Usher "Meet Me ln St. Louis," 3: Usher
"Night Of January l6th, " 2: "Mrs. Apple
And Her Corps."
KAREN DAUN FORTNEY
"l like work: it fascinates me. "
Jr. Red Cross, 1-Z-3-4:G1ee Club, l:
Majorette, 1-Z-3-4: Reporter Library Club,
4: May Festival, I: County Chorus, Z: Senior
Chorus, Z: TTT Staff, 4: Photographer Paw
Paw Staff, 4: "The Divine Flora," Z: Prop-
erty Manager "Uncertain Wings, " 3: Stage
Manager "Seventeenth Summer, " 4.
JOYCE LAVERNE COLLINS
"We must laugh before we are happy."
Majorette, l-Z-3-4: Glee Club, l: Senior
Chorus, 4: Minstrel, 1: Jr. Red Cross, l-
Z-3-4: Y-Teens, l-Z: Cafeteria, 3: May
Festival, l-Z: TTT Staff, 4: Paw Paw Staff,
4: Class Play, l.
We, the Seniors of '51, who have had our share
of good times and fun,
Leave to dear old F.H.S. , this our last will and
To the faculty who are about to go crazy,
We will them each, a bouquet of daisies.
To the Juniors we leave with great cheer,
Our hard-earned Senior privileges to have next year.
To the Sophomores we leave our new lockers and
So they won't be lonesome and contrary.
To the Freshmen who are small and new,
We leave all our classes, wouldn't you?
I, Mary Deloris Eddy, will my majorette shorts so
To my sister, Edna, who will look all right.
I. Lila Boore, will my height so small,
To Lillian Kaider who is so tall.
l, Dolores Spasoff, will to my girl friend, Pat Dulin,
All my male admirers and I am not foo1in'.
I, Eleanor Adams will my great height,
To some little squirt to grow overnight.
l, Julia Belotsky, who is so plump,
Will my fun-loving nature to Lester Gump.
I, Tom Bowers, will my big feet,
To Jimmy Swisher who is so neat.
1, Henry Clayton, will my quiet ways,
To a rowdy Freshman, who will find it pays.
l, Albert Clelland, who likes to hunt,
Will Mr. Malcolm a loving black skunk.
I, Joyce Collins and that is no shock,
Leave Andy Lepock to Mary Brock.
I, Gary Dennison, will my little green truck,
To Robert Conaway along with some luck.
I, Mary Lou Inghram, will my wavy black hair,
To Sue Mason to handle with care.
I Karen Foietney, will my dad's blue Chevrolet,
To my brother Jimmy to drive to school someday.
I, Virginia Hufford, will my smile so neat,
To Phyllis Knisely who can't be beat.
I, Dolores Haught, a majorette so "hePPY. "
Will my place to Rosella Haught who is so peppy.
I, Mary Harris, will my place in Journalism class,
To Sally Carrg I know she will pass.
I, Joe Adams, will my seat in P.D. ,
To some "unlucky" Junior, who will surely love me.
I, Helen Jones, will my ways so shy,
To Joe Clark who is as tall as I.
I, Thelma Hurt, will my short black hair,
To Betty Smith who is 'so fair.
I. Joann Gump, will to Margaret Haught,
My yellow Mercury so she'l1 never get caught.
I, Bernard Eddy, who lives on a farm,
Will to Bud Eddy my ability to clean barns.
I, Jean Sharp, with work always in on time,
To Carl Wiens to help along the line.
I, Nancy Straight, leave to any Senior, my place in
I couldn't be any meaner.
To Mr. Fauley who is so small,
I. Ed Tekieli, leave my height so tall.
I, Jack Tennant, leave my good looks with no trouble
To Anthony Buzzy who finds all girls a struggle.
I, Martha Toothman will to any Sophomore lass,
The trouble I have had in Chemistry class.
I, Edythe Wells, will my long red tresses,
To Deloris Salina to go with all her dresses.
I, Rita Wiens, will to anyone all my books,
Because they just don't go with my wifely looks.
I, Tom Mason, will my height so tall,
To Joe Clark, who is so small, to use next fall.
I, Bob Mercer, will my work on the farm,
To Joe Toothman whom it wbuldn't harm.
I, Charles Merico, will my athletic fame,
To any Freshman to build up his name.
I, Lois Merico, will my place as a cheerleader,
to Margaret Pauleck,
I am sure no one can beat her.
I, Martha Morris, will my blonde hair and brown eyes,
To Minnie Davis who will have a surprise.
I, Patty Morrone, will my jokes so many,
To Joann Morris who hasn't any.
I, Helen Neer, will my curls so many,
To Miss Parrish who hasn't any.
I, Bonnie Parker, will my giggles and laughter,
To Edith Yost to use ever after.
I, Jane Robey, will my nice friendly ways,
To Mary Trumpka to use through her high school days.
I, Rose Sabatino, will my black eyelashes that can't be
To all the Freshman girls so that their charms will be
I, Richard Ruthowski, will my place on the football
To anyone who thinks football is pie and ice cream.
l, Dessie Warner, will my height so tall,
To Ramona Santee who is so small.
Class Prophecy y
One day as we, THELMA HURT and JANE ROBEY, were sitting on the lawn of F.H.S. talk-
ing about an assignment, we heard a buzzing sound. The buzz, we discovered, came from a fly-
ing saucer. It landed and a funny little man stepped out. He was a man from Mars who had lost
his way while taking his family for a drive. We showed him the way home and in return he gave
us a future-scope, a machine that resembled a television set except it showed future events.
Since we had been elected to write the class prophecy, we decided to use this machine. We
turned it on. The first place we saw was Fairview High School. Mr. Malcolm was sitting in the
office pulling out what was left of his snow-white hair. EDDIE TEKIELI, the assistant coach,
must have had something to do with it. Other members of the faculty were JOE ADAMS, the
bashful Biology teacher, and BOB MERCER, who took Mr. Straight's place when he retired.
Then we saw a bus with "Frog Pond Transportation Co. , HENRY CLAYTON, owner," written on
the side. It was picking up passengers in front of the Fairview Chemical Works where JACK
TENNANT was head engineer. ln Fairview we saw an exclusive dress shop which was owned by
JOANN GUMP. As the result of an election, RITA WIENS was the first lady of Orchard Hill.
Junior had been elected Mayor of Fairview.
At Keystone we saw DESSIE WARNER TENNANT and EDYTHE WELLS TENNANT: they livefd
side by side. HELEN NEER ROBEY was talking to her neighbor, MARTHA TOOTHMAN
HAUGHT, about the new TV set Osborn had bought her.
Then the future-scope showed us Daybrook where KAREN FORTNEY OWENS helps Terry
manage the Owen's General Store. Karen was arguing with PATTY MORRONE NEELY about the
price of steak. Another customer was NANCY STRAIGHT YOST who seemed to be having a time
with Junior II.
Next Robinson Run flashed onto the screen. A large sign said: "Lazy Dazy Mink Farm.
ALBERT CLELLAND AND BERNARD EDDY, Co-owners. "
After that we saw the Grant Town Post Office. JULIA BELOTSKY, the postmistress, was
talking to ROSE SABATINO ALLENBY who had twin boys in sailor suits. LILA BOORE came
along then. She was still single. LILA must not have found the right one yet. CHARLES
MERICO was helping his father at Merico's Place in Grant Town.
' Then we saw an Air Force Base. MARY DELORIS EDDY PETTIT was talking to MARY
HARRIS. MARY DELORIS had Merle Jr. with her. MARY only had one stripe on her WAC
uniform. She never did like to take orders.
We had a glance at GARY DENNISON, a famous portrait painter in New York. Also promi-
nent in New York was TOM MASON, who played a cello in the New York Symphony Orchestra. ln
Philadelphia we saw JOYCE COLLINS, who was taking dictation from RICHARD RUTKOWSKI.
"RICHIE" was a famous lawyer.
At his father's lodge in Canada, we saw TOM BOWERS, a famous novelist, with his cute
French wife sitting on his knee.
The scene changed to the West. DC....'LRES ANN HAUGHT and MARY INGRAM lived there.
DOLORES was head of the English department in the 'University of Nevada and MARY LOU was
Mrs. Jack Tuttle.
Then we were back in West Virginia. HELEN JONES was working at Westinghouse and LOIS
MERICO had married Jim Binnix, when he returned from Africa. g
DOLORES SPASOFF is head stenographer at the First National Bank: she still had as many
admirers as ever.
We saw JEAN SHARP as owner of the Bellview Rollerdrome. Living in Fairmont near the
Rollerdrome, was ELEANOR ADAMS TENNANT.
VIRGINIA HUFFORD was seen in an airplane as a stewardess for Pan-American Airways.
MARTHA MORRIS' knack for baking must have paid off for we saw her as manager of the
Select Bakery at Grant Town.
Just as we saw ourselves on the future-scope, THELMA as head buyer for Kaufmann's in
Pittsburgh and JANE as owner of a chain of restaurants that always featured spaghetti, the little
man returned. His children wouldn't go to sleep without. their future-scope. We didn't mind
giving it back because now we could write the prophecy.
Rose Marie Sabatino
Mary Deloris Eddy
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Lem ' Wrestmig "My Heart 'Cries Big Bass Horn
Farmer Basketball "Tennessee Women
l-lusher Basketball I "So Tired" Love
Lo Basketball "I'll Never Be Jimmy
Mar Basketball "l!ll Never Be Army
Patty Basketball "My Heart Cries Wayne
Hel Basketball "Home" Dancing
Shortie Basketball "Harbor Lights" Glenn
Stupe Football "Ain't Misbe- Spaghetti
Richie Football "The Thing" Women
Sabby Football "I Can't Begin Spaghetti
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Nance Basketball "l'll Never Be Junior '
Easy Ed Football "Polka" lee Cream
Fireball Football "My Heart Cries Girls
Dickie Football "Thinking Of Air Force
Des Basketball "l Cross My Bill
Tee Dee Baseball "All My Love" Vaughn
Red Basketball "lf You Got The Junior
Butch H Basketball V "Old-Fashioned James
Split Football "The Thing" Comic Books
Jewelie Basketball "l'll Get By" "Slacker"
Nellie Badminton "To Think You've Marines
Lang Hunting "l'1l Never Be Whiskey
Henry J. Basketball "All My Love" Women
Abe Basketball "The Thing" Sports
Joy Basketball "Harbor Lights" Spaghetti
Boris Hunting "Stardust" Perfume
Junior Basketball "The Thing" Women
Dee Skating "l'll Never Be Merle
Fortney Basketball "Are You Lone- Terry
Billy Football "Nevertheless" "Baby
Specks Basketball "Harbor Lights" Men
Harry Basketball "Sometime" "Dickie"
Klux Basketball "Stardust" Joe Duane
Toadie Basketball "Tennessee Airplanes
Patty Basketball "My Heart Cries Food
Shortie Basketball "Harbor Lights" Jack
Shortie Basketball "Mona Lisa" Writing
Slug 513 Ladies
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Be A Millionaire
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Get A Man
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To Grow Taller .
Go To College
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Secretary ------ Ruth Ann Burns
Treasurer -------- Terry Wilson
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Junior High Boys' Glee Club
FIRST ROW: Louis Basile, Jimmy Tobin, Frank Puskas, Kancho Spasoff, Raymond Kolozy,
Thomas Sibray, Jack Pennell.
SECOND ROW: Richard Green, Robert Conaway, Jimmy Jones, Jack Moore, David Weaver,
THIRD ROW: George Benedikty, Jim Buretz, Jack Dobbins, George Marko, Marion
Rodriquez, Mrs. Brookover.
FIRST ROW: Miss Wilson, Patty Woods, Virginia Brasuk, Bernadette Bell, Margaret I-laught
Sally Coffman, Jean Masters, Patty Jones, Margaret Sloan, Dolores Haught.
SECOND ROW: Patty Dulin, Delores Spasoff, Rose Sabatino, Jane Jackson, Phyllis Knisely,
Viola Reynolds, Diana Sibray, Frances Parker.
THIRD ROW: Joe Clark, Joann Gump, Patty Wilson. Jane Robey, Bill Gillespie, Jack Binnix,
A Ruth Keefover, Anthony Basile.
FOURTH ROW: Paul Vincent, Jim Swisher, Pat Sheppard, Ronnie Walls, Eddie Tekieli, Joe
Krevosky, Jack Tennant, Bob Smith.
FIFTH ROW: Jesse Tennant, Gary Dennison, Henry Clayton.
The Latin Club sang Christmas Carols in Latin in the halls at Christmas, and awarded red
and black jackets with Fairview Latin Club written on the back to the Senior members with two
years of Latin.
The officers of the club are: President, Eddie Tekieli: Vice-President, Joe Krevoskyg
Secretary-Treasurer, Dolores Haughtg Sergeant At Arms, Bill Gillespie.
FIRST ROW: Jack Mitchell, Jimmy Urse, Cecil Heater, lkey Dodd, Jack Lundy, Carl
Murdock, Mary Wyer, Joe Pogue.
SECOND ROW: Ellen I-Iaught, Sally Carr, Mary Boore, Bob Jamison, Sue Mason, Agnes
Mocsary, Mona Musgrave, Sylvia Barr, Joann Gump.
THIRD ROW: Jean Sharp, David Tennant, Shirley Bailey, Dean Sharp, Ruth Burns, Jane
Reynolds, Sally Coffman, Mr.. Boland.
FOURTH ROW: Bob Smith, Alice Ammons. 4
FIFTH ROW: Bonnie Rinehart, Bob Inghram, Jane Robey, Betty Smith, Tom Mason, David
The Fairview High School Band under the direction of Mr. John Boland, played for home
football and basketball games. They attended the W. V. U. -Fordham game at Morgantown.
This year officers were elected who are: President, Joann Gump: Vice-President, Tom Mason:
Secretary, Betty Smith: Treasurer, Jane Robey: and Librarians, Jean Sharp and Bob Smith.
Several of the members participated in the County Band.
The Band Mothers purchased a new bell lyre and bass horn. Cymbals and other instruments
will be purchased later on.
The Band is planning a skating party and will give two more concerts. Archie O. Houhland,
professor at W. V. U. will direct one concert.
The Band has two assistant directors who are Joann Gump and Tom Mason.
The Band will attend the Band Festival at Morgantown in the spring.
Delores Haught, Bernadette Bell, Mary Lou Inghram, Frances Parker, Delores Spasoff, Karen
Fortney, Mary Eddy, Joyce Collins, Patty Wilson.
The majorettes performed at the football and basketball games. They also performed with
other majorettes from the state at the W. V. U. -Fordham game at Morgantown. They will
attend the annual Band Festival at Morgantown this spring. New uniforms of red corduroy
shorts and vests with white blouses were purchased.
Junior High Glee Club
The Senior Chorus, Junior High Glee Club and the Junior High Boys' Glee Club particiapted
in the Christmas program, and sang at various assemblies. Several members went to the
County Chorus. Delores Haught, Mona Musgrave, and June Greeg will participate in the State
Chorus. The organizations are planning a concert and will sing for baccalaureate and com-
mencement exercises. '
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Brookover, Rosella Green, Delores Haught, Joyce Collins, Mary Harris,
Suzanne McCray, Mary Eddy, Joann Gump, Lois Merico.
SECOND ROW: Frances Hurt, Lucy Toothman, Jean Masters, Sally Coffman, Mona Musgrave,
Ruth Keefover, Patty Cale, June Gregg.
THIRD ROW: Tom Price, Paul Vincent, Lera Ice. Sylvia Less, Patty I-Iufford, Lester Gump,
FOURTH ROW: Richard Snyder, Etley Robison, Franklin Jones, Melvin Williams.
Junior High Glee Club
FIRST ROW: Barbara Hamrick, Sadie Hawkinbex ry, Ruby Clayton, JoAnn Toothman. Sue
Mason, Peggy Knisely, Dorothy Stiles, Freda Nicholson.
SECOND ROW: Connie Sabatino, Frankie Kirkpatrick, Regina Haught, Esther Domico, Sally
Carr, Bonnie Graves, JoAnn Ostrich, Jean Santee, Sarah Yost, Loretta
Storey, Mary Ann Hlusko.
THIRD ROW: Mary Coen, Louise Eddy, JoAnn Kolar, Sandra Haught, Mary Ann Popp, Anita
Graig, Gloria Guido, Carolyn Toth, Patty Lambert, Lillian Kaider.
FOURTH ROW: Dolores Salina, Edna Eddy, Edith Yost, Agnes Mocsary, Shirley Bailey, Helen
Zabolotny, Betty Smith, JoAnn Neer, Mrs. Brookover.
FIFTH ROW: Ellen Haught, Rosella Haught, Patty Henderson, Margaret Pauleck, Frances
FIRST ROW: Bonnie Parker, Karen Fortney. Jane Robey, Francis Hurt, JoAnn Ostrich.
SECOND ROW: Miss Sturm, Lucy Toothman, Delores Spasoff, Lera Ice, Viola Reynolds, Paul
The Library Club is made up of student assistants in the library who are assigned different
types of library work such as: circulation, shelf reading, helping to catalog, and mending. Dur-
ing National Book Week they gave a tea for the faculty and student council members. It is
planned to visit some larger library during the year.
The club officers are: President, Dolores Spasoffg Vice-President, Jane Robeyg Secretary,
Viola Reynoldsg Reporter, Karen Fortney.
FIRST ROW: Paul Jezioro, Jean Tennant, Joann Neer, Suzanne McCray, Lois Mez-ico, Jack
SECOND ROW: Mr. Hedrick, Jack Tennant, Etley Robison, John Marshall, Richard Pribble,
Bill Gillespie, Don Darrah, Mr. Reppert.
THIRD ROW: Mike Popp, Jim Sloan, Bill Anderson, Junior Renovits, Joe Toothman, Anthony
Basile. Joe Krevosky.
FOURTH ROW: Richard Ruthkowski, Eddie Tekieli.
The Varsity Club sold refreshments at the various games. Sweaters were awarded to the
outstanding athletes of the various sports throughout the year.
Th esp ia ns
Jack Tennant. Patty Woods, Gerelda Underwood, Rose Sabatino, Delores
Spasoff, Mary Eddy, Margaret I-laught, Charles Merico.
Miss Toothman, Henry Clayton, Gary Dennison, Kancho Spasoff, Robert
Conaway, George Darrah.
Jim Villinger, Richard Rutkowski, Bill Anderson, Eddie Tekieli, Tracy Lough,
Tom Mason, Bill Gillespie.
The purpose of the Student Council of Fairview High is to promote a better, more wholesome
relationship between students and teachers: to promote a sense of fair play among the students
themselves: and to present well-rounded, interesting assembly programs.
The Student Council has a constitution, sponsors locker inspection, enforcement of school
rules and laws of the constitution, plans assembly programs and discusses school problems at'
their meetings. They are planning to buy pins for the members and will leave a gift to the
The Student Council officers are: President, Jack Tennant: Vice-President, Gary Dennison:
Secretary-Treasurer, Rose Sabatino: and Sergeant At Arms, Henry Clayton.
Joann Gump, Miss Sturm.
Gary Dennison, Margaret I-laught, Tom Mason.
Mary Lou lnghram.
Nancy Straight, Frances Parker, Dessie Warner, Viola Reynolds, Lois
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The Fairview High Troupe is No. 34 in the National Thespian Society whose membership
numbers more than a thousand schools.
Before becoming a member it is necessary for the student to have earned fifteen points
through acting, helping with staging, or working on the business part of the production.
The Thespians have added so far this year nine new members to the troupe. They did not
produce aplay of their own but assisted generally other groups who did. Whenever possible
they attended productions given in neighboring schools and colleges.
Audio- Visual Club
Audio- Visual Club
FIRST ROW: Glendon Shriver, Joe Adams, Tom Mason, Mr. Groves, Bob Smith, Henry
Clayton, Norman Brookover.
SECOND ROW: David Mercer, Duane Shriver, Kenneth Tennant, Jesse Tennant.
The Audio-Visual Club was organized for the purpose of showing movies to History classes,
Physical Education classes, guidance and assembly groups, Woman's Club, and any other
classes interested. Movies are obtained for use at the high school from the Marion County Film
Library in Fairmont, Esso, West Virginia University, and Ideal Pictures Corporation.
The Drivers' Education class learned the fundamentals of driving. The class counts a half
solid. During the first semester they study a book on driving: the second semester is devoted
to learning to drive an automobile.
FIRST ROW: Doris Clayton, Patty Tennant, Jean Masters, Delores Quisenberry, Fondia
Knotts, Ruth Imes, Edith Foley, Wilma Barth.
SECOND ROW: Nancy Straight, Dessie Warner, Marie Toothman, Jane Jackson, Mary Lou
lnghram, Thelma Hurt, Phyllis Knisely, Virginia Hufford, Edythe Wells.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Straight, Bear1Reed, Virgil Tobin, James Swisher, Jesse Tennant, Earl
FIRST ROW: Lloyd I-Iunter, Sally Carr, Viola Reynolds, Virginia Hufford, Mary Musgrave,
Mona Musgrave, Glen Warner. '
SECOND ROW: Mr. Groves, Danny Henderson. Jesse Tennant, Duane Shriver, Eddie Musgrave,
The Honorary Math Society of Fairview High School was organized during the first semester
of last year.
The object of this club is to promote the study of higher mathematics in this school. The
requirements for membership are two years of higher mathematics with an average of ninety, or
three years of high school mathematics. A mathematics award will be presented to the out-
standing student of the year. They have ordered slide rules for its members. They sponsored
a math contest and movies during noon hour. They are learning to use the slide rules as a
Officers are: President, Duane Shriver: Vice-President, Jesse Tennant: Secretary-Treas-
urer, Virginia I-Iufford.
FIRST ROW: Eugene Hamilton. John Clayton, Norman Brookover, Clifton Tennant, Jim Nine,
Virgil I-Iibbs, Albert Allenby, Franklin Jones, Bearl Reed.
SECOND ROW: Earl Reed, Andrew Laya, Jimmy Tennant, Jack Mitchell, Jimmy Yost, Bob
Baker, Bob McCoy, Max Burke, Robert Eddy.
THIRD ROW: Junior Renovits, George Lomas, Andy Lepock, George Opron, Tracy Lough,
Mike Marko, Benny Long, Paul Wilkinson.
FOURTH ROW: Albert Clelland, Bud Eddy, Jesse Tennant, Paul Jezioro, Jesse King, Bernard
Eddy, Duane Shriver, Bob Mercer.
FIFTH ROW: Melvin Williams, David Mercer, Donald Toothman.
The FFA plays basketball with other schools, attends the Ohio State Fair, and has an annual
field day. Meetings are held on Friday.
The officers are: President, Bob Mercer: Vice-President, Bob McCoy: Secretary, Bud
Eddy, Treasurer, Tracy Lough, Reporter, Bernard Eddy: and Watchdog, Charley Underwood.
Home Room Mothers
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Harry Mason, Mrs. Ted Fortney, Mrs. John Barth, Mrs. Robert Carr.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Woodrow Sloan, Mrs. Clyde Haught, Mrs. Willard Moore, Mrs. Willis
Conaway, Mrs. John Snyder.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. M. G. Flowers, Mrs. John Burns, Mrs. Raymond Hufford.
The Home Room Mothers for 1950-'51 are under the direction of Mrs. E. W. Malcolm.
Two mothers were selected for each home room.
They meet once a month in the town hall for a study course from a PTA magazine and a
social hour. At Christmas and Easter they give treats to the children in their home rooms.
The Home Room Mothers are: Mrs. Willard Moore, Mrs. John Burns, for the seventh
grade: Mrs. Ted For-tney, Mrs. Woodrow Sloan, for the eighth grade: Mrs. Robert Marshall,
Mrs. Robert Carr, Mrs. Lon Weaver, Mrs. Willis Conawayj for the ninth grade: Mrs. Carl
Gregg, Mrs. Raymond I-Iufford, Mrs. John Snyder, Mrs. Clyde Tennant, for the tenth grade:
Mrs. M. G. Flowers, Mrs. Clyde Haught, Mrs. Willis Darrah, Mrs. Merle Walls, Mrs. Albert
Bell, Mrs. Harry Brasuk, for the eleventh grade: Mrs. Harry Mason, Mrs. John Hurt, Mrs.
Clarence Sharp, Mrs. Kenneth Eddy, for the twelfth grade.
The cafeteria at Fairview High School is under the direction of Mrs. Frances Vincent, the
Home Economics teacher. It operates under the Federal Hot Lunch Program serving the Type
A meal with milk for 254. These meals usually consist of a hot dish salad, dessert and sand-
The cafeteria staff includes the two cooks, Mrs. Ora Gump and her mother Mrs. Lewis
Ammons, and the members of the cafeteria class composed of Junior girls.
The location of the cafeteria has been changed to the bottom of the gym. New tables and
chairs were purchased along with some other equipment for the cafeteria.
MARY JO COEN
vmcmm BRASUK Guns,
GARY DENNISON Most Likely To Succeed
Be st Dressed
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Best All-Round Junior
Best All-Round Senior
CHARLES MERICO aes: All-Round Best All-Round
RONNIE RE-I-TON Most Friendly Sophomore Freshman LILA BOORE
Best All-Round . , r K,., 31 ,3:,:.., prettiest Hair
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RUTH BURNS MIKE POP? ANITA CRAIG JOANN MORRIS JOANN GUMP ROSE SABATINO
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Gillespie, Mike Popp. Ronnie Retton, Bucky White.
SECOND ROW: Left to Right: Coach "Bill" Reppert, Assistant Coach Ray Hedrick, Paul Jesioro,
Tommy Price, Junior Renovits, Anthony Basile, James Swisher, Etley Robinson.
Bill Andrewson, David Sloan.
THIRD ROW: Left to Right: Jack Binnix, Jim Salina, Jim Sloan, Bill Flowers. Benny Long,
Johnny Marshall, Richard Pribble, Dale Gowers.
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Oct. 6 FHS 7 Barrackville X
13 FHS 6 Monongah 1' 4
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Nov. 3 FHS 7 at Tyler County
10 FHS 0 at Pine Grove - X
Opponents They Opponents
Alumni 42 Barrackville
Lost Creek 40 Hundred
East Fairmont 54 West Fairmont
West Union 50 Rivesville
Hundred 41 Barrackville
Monongah 45 Farmington
Rivesville 60 Clay-Battelle
Mannington 50 East Fairmont
Farmington 46 Monongah
Mannington 54 Clay-Battelle
Lost Creek 75 74
Points Scored - FHS - 1271 OPP0U9nt5
Average Per Game - FHS - 60. 5 OPP9nent5
Fairview won the Region Il, Section V, Tournament played at Chalfont Field House
February Z0 Z4 by defeating Farmington 46-48 and then in the final round eliminating
Clay Battelle by the score of 64-89.
FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Joe Toothman, Charles Merico, Paul Jezioro, Don Darrah,
SECOND ROW: Left to Right: George Opron, Jack Tennant, Mike Marko, Eddie Tekieli,
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FIRST ROW: David Weaver, Keith Jones. Jimmy Salina, Johnny Marshall, Danny Henderson
Ronnie Retton, Coach Ray Hedrick.
SECOND ROW: Gerald Jones, George Marko, David Sloan, Kancho Spassoff, Lloyd Lee Hunter
Junior High Basketball
Clay-Battelle 81 39
Offensive Average 44. 94
Defensive Average 32.82
SEAS ON RECORD
Fairview Junior High Basketball Team was runners-up in the Region II, Section V Tournament
and were eliminated in the finals by Rivesville with a one point margin, the score being 37 38
Varsity Cheerleaders-Lois Merico, Jean Tennant, Suzanne McCray. Joan Neer.
How Fairview Won W. Va. State Basketball Championship 1951 5
Sectional Tournament - Fairview
Fairview 48 Farmington 46 'N
Fairview 89 Clay-Battelle 64 I Lg
Regional Tournament - Jane Lew
Fairview 90 Glenville 52
Fairview 56 Salem 42
Northern West Virginia Area - Fairview
Fairview 56 Kingwood 42
Fairview 58 Newell 51
West Virginia State - Morgantown
Fairview 42 Greenbank 40
On Ye Redskins, On Ye Redskins
On to win the game
Some we win. and some we lose
But we'll cheer you just the same
Rah! Rahl Rah!
We are proud that we are Indians
And hail from Fairview High
With pep and might, we'll fight right on
Junior Cwheeflealiers-Sue Mason, Regina Sue Haught.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Jezioro, Andy Lepock, Jack Tennant. George Opron, Eddie Tekieli, Mike
Marko, Charles Merico, Joe Toothman, Coach "Bill" Reppert.
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LETTERMEN NOT PICTURED: Lou Clark, Don Luketic, Tom Kaider,
27 to Dec. 4-
First day of school.
West Union and Fairview tangled in football at Fairview.
Band went to Mannington.
Fairview traveled to Mannington for football game.
Fairview plays one of its closest rivals in football, Rivesville.
The movie, "Deep Waters," is presented.
Barracksville meets Fairview in football game.
Senior pictures were taken by Ideal Studio of Clarksburg.
The movie, "Boomerang," is presented.
Group pictures were taken by Ideal Studio of Clarksburg.
Puppet show is given at Fairview High School.
Fairview travels to Middlebourne for football game.
Election day, no school.
The show, "Green Grass Of Wyoming, " is presented.
No school. lt began snowing on the 24th of November and continued until
the 27th. There was forty-two inches of snow that fell and all transpor-
tation was at a standstill.
Big snow stops school.
Student Council practice for Pearl Harbor Day.
Assembly is given by Student Council.
Matinee for "Seventeenth Summer," is presented.
Fairview P. T. A. presents, "On Top With Flight Seven" for students.
Fairview Junior High Basketball Team played its first game of the
Christmas Holidays begin.
Fairview played their first basketball game of the season with East
Fairview meets Hundred in basketball game.
Fairview meets Monongah in basketball game at Monongah.
Junior meeting is called.
Senior meeting is held for planning Donkey basketball game.
Student Council meeting.
Fairview Indians beat Rivesville Rams, 93-60.
A movie is presented to the student body.
W. M. M. N. made a recording of the Fairview Band and of Coach
Fairview High School receives a new school bus.
Students enjoy the movie, "Laurie. "
Jack Binnix and Florence Zabolotny, Juniors, return from visiting
state capitol for "Know Your State Day."
A movie, "Atomic Bomb," is presented.
Assembly program, a one-act play, "Mrs. Apple And Her Corps" pre
sented by Senior home room.
Fairview basketball. team won a trophy for winning Mason-Dixon Con-
Student Council meeting is held.
World Day of Prayer is held for a minute at IZ o'clock.
Journalism class delivers singing Valentines.
Barracksville orchestra presents the assembly.
-The movie, "Sickle And The Cross, " is presented.
Fairview plays their last home game with Clay-Battelle.
The May Festival court and queen are selected.
Dolores Ann Haught wins County American Legion Oratorical Contest.
Paw Paw went to press.
The movie, "Fury Of Furnace Creek," to be presented.
Good Friday--No School.
Easter Holiday--No School.
May Day Festival.
Jackie Sue Dodd
Betty and Sally
Mary Lou Lough
Karen and Terry
Patty and Wayne
Nancy and Junior
Edythe and Vaughn
Dessie and Bill
Bill and Margaret Ann
Dolores Ann and Joe Duane
Charlie and Juanita
Lois and Jimmy
Denzil and Mary
Mary Deloris and Merle Pettit
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Malcolm
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dodd
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haught
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mason
Mr. -and Mrs. Jack Gump
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