Farmington High School - Rocket Yearbook (Farmington, IA)

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THE ROCKET FARMINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL Fa rmington, Iowa 1952 We Will Always Remember Him Decllcatwn The Seniors of the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty Two wxsh to dedicate thls annual to Ollver Bud Hull our Janltor He has been here all four years of our hlgh helped us U1 numerous ways by keeplng the bulldlng warm and the other odd Jobs he does for us We wxll all mnss hlm and the cheerful smxle that beams on hrs face lt IS with great pleasure that we dedlcate this book to Bud I O - ll ll n . n I o school career and many of us remember him when we were but small children, He has - n ll Ol fs nv -5 -v r W LEFT TO RIGHT: Marge Swan, Roland Batten, Mrs, Davis, Lola Mclntosh, Pat Grossman, H az pp LEFT TO RIGHT: Ted Boux-lard, Pat Calhoun, Diana Rider, Marge Roth Delores House, joe Benedict, jack Rider, Sponsored by: Sponsored by: JACK SPRAT STORE ,ARLELT L.-XIYBORN Farmington, Iowa Farmington, Iowa Senior Class Officers The students in the above picture were elected to represent the Senior Class, They are from left to right: Lola Mclntosh, Presidentg Pat Grossman, Secretaryg Roland Batten, Business Manager, Margery Swan, Treasurer, Pat Calhoun, Reporter, Eunice Cazey, Vice-President, Our junior Class Play, "In Again, Out Again," proved to be entertaining during practice as well as during the performance, On April 28, we had our junior-Senior Banquet at the Legion Hall, The theme we carried out was "The Stork Club," All in all, though, looking back we have decided that we had a lot of fun during our years in Farmington High School, We believe we are ready to go foi-th in the world and make our mark, Sponsored by: Sponsored by: B 8: D CAFE RUSSELL BENEDICT PRODUCE Fafmi-1'18t0Il. Iowa Farmington, Iowa E EUNICE CAZEY "l'llSai1 My Ship Alone" A W hilej fFor GleeClub---.--- --- Mixed Chorus - - - - - LOLA lVlClN'l-OSH "Too Fat Polka" fBut Not For Longj President- ------------' 4 Basketball Manager ---- - - -3-4 1 Softball -------- ---- 1 -Z I F, H. A. ------ ---- 4 Dramatics - - - - 3-4 DELORE5 HOUSE. 'ADown Yonder" fAbou1 St. Louis U Basketball ------- - Softball - - -- - - - - - - Glee Club F. H. A. - - Dramalics - - - -z-3-4 - - 3-4 Vice-President - - - 3-4 Dramatics - - - - 3-4 Cheerleader - - ----- 3-4 Reporter - - - ---- - - -I F. H. A. ---------- - 4 F. H. A. Pax-liamentarian - - - 4 r 1 - -1-1-3-4 - - - -1-z - -5 - 4 - 3-4 Sponsored by: ' MERCURY CLEANERS 81 HATTERS Farmington, Iowa 1 'sffggg 9 QQ Nxt , ,W STUART KERR "MissouriWa1tz" Klan you dance, Stu?j Dramatics Treasurer Ping-Pong W INONA HAFFNER "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey" Uimmyb Glee Club -------- - - 1-4 Mixed Chorus ----- - 1-4 F, H. A. ---- ' 4 Dramatics - - - - 4 ig - ---------- - 3-4 i "'3 X4 'maui' -- 3-4 ' Zi 'X f 'IQ 33 .Y 3 iw . R.-KMONA HAFFNIQR "VNe'11Bui1d A Ranch House" iHOw big?j Glee Club ------------- 1-4 Mixed Chorus ---- - - 1-4 F. H. A. '-" - - 4 Dramatics - - - 4 Sponsored by: BONAPAR TE. SALE BARN Bonaparte, Iowa ' 1 MARY KELLER qw ith Gary 'Pj Basketball ----- Band ------- - - - Glee Club - - - Mixed Chorus - - Cheerleader - - Dramatics - - Softball ------ F. H. A. ---- ---- Basketball Manager - - JOE STANSBURY "Someday" QYou'l1 Get A Girlj Basketball ------------ 1-3 Baseball ------------ 1-Z-3 F,F,A."' '---4 Dramatics - - - - - 4 Treasurer ---- - 1 2 Vice-President - - - JOAN STANSBURY Night ofthe Week" Dramatics--------- F.H.A.--- L 3 --------3 - .... 1-3- "Feudin', Fussin' And A Fightinu -4 -l-Z-3-4 3-4 - - 1-3-4 - - - 3 - 3-4 - -1-z - - 4 - - z Saturday Nighr is the Loneliest lwho are you trying to kid?j Glee Club ------ -----. - - Z ---3-4 -4 Sponsored by: VALLEY LIMESTONE 8: GRAVEL. CO Farmington, Iowa Glee Club - - Mixed Chorus - - Boys' Quartet - - Dramatics - - - F.F.A.-- PAT CALHOUN "Charlie My Boy" fend howff Glee Club- -------- - - - 1-3-4 Mixed Chorus - - - - ---- 1-3-4 F.l-LA. -------- --- Class Reporter - - - - - - - - -4 About Hatching F. H. A. President Sextet ---- - - , Secretary - - - - fggggmyws Q Vice-President - Glee Club ---- Reporter - - - Mixed Chorus - - ww Trio------ sw Cheerleader - - Dramatics - - - 5 THE - ---- --- 1-2-3- EUGENE MOHR "Country Boy" fCorn Fed?Q Ping-Pong -------- - - - Z-3- 4 4 4 Z 4 Z - - 1-3- PAT GROSSMAN "The Chicken Song" QW ho Wants To Talk cmckenstfp ---------4 - --1-2 -- ---3-4 - ----- -1 -1-2-3-4 ----z -----1-3-4 ----1 --1-z -3-4 Sponsored by: IOWA PIC KLE 8: CANNING CO Farmington, Iowa gf We VESTA STANSBURY "Slow Boat To China" qwnh Bil1?j Glee Club ---------- - - - Z-4 Mixed Chorus ------------ 4 Drunatics ------------- 4 F.H.A,--- ----- ---4 ' 1 JOE BENEIDICT "Hankerin"' fFor Whom'?j President -------------- 3 Treasurer - - -------- - 2 Basketball - - - - 1-3-4 Baseball - - - - l-Z-3-4 Glee Club - - - - l-Z-3-4 Mixed Chorus - - ----- 1-3-4 Dramatics ---- ------- 3 -4 Quartet --------------- 4 F.F.A.-- ----4 7 fi, ig ez 'Q K 'Q l A XV MARGE SWAN "Slowpoke" fig? fNot over an hour latej Class Reporter --------- - - 3 Treasurer ----------- - Z-4 Glee Club ---------- l-Z-3-4 Mixed Chorus --------- 1-3-4 Basketball - - - - -l-Z-3-4 V Softball ---- - - - -1-z Trio -- - ...-. z-4 Sextet - - ------ I-2-3-4 F, H, A, -------------- 4 Class President ---------- l Girls Quartet - - - - - - 3 Sponsored by: THE FARMINGTON LOC KER Farmington, Iowa EDITH BR IETENSTEIN "l've Got My Love To Keep Me "Warm" Uust One ?j Cheerleader - ------ - - -3 Dramntics ----- - - - F.H.A.---- ---4 DON SMITH "Hot-Rod Race" fYenh ------- 'Pj F. F.A. President -- ---- -- 4 Dramatics ----- --- --3-4 DON TED MCCRAC KEN "Lonesome" fFor Whom 7, Dramatics- - -- - - - - ROLAND BATTEN "l'm Little, Bu! I'm Loud lToo Loudffj Glee Club --------- Cheerleader --------- Ping-Pong ---- ---- Dramatics ---- - - - Business Manager - 'E 1 Semor Class Hlstory The year 1940 was a very important one ln hlstory lt was then that thirty or more healthy actlve boys and gxrls began thelr career at the Farmlngton school The next year was qulte the same Same people same places They were Just a ltttle blgger and a llttle smarter and just as ornery But with Mrs Lamborn s help we all went to the third grade In the thlrd grade we had a new member Jom the class He was none other than Ottls jenkms The fourth grade brought another new face that of joan Stansbury In grade flve there were four new people First joe Stansbury a very mlschlevous lxttle guy Next was Loretta House and of course there was johnny jones too Between johnny and joe the fnfth graders got pretty exasperatxng And then there was Verla Gray and her shmy red curls and a temper to match The sixth grade found some new kids too There was a cute little blonde Eunlce Cazey It was then that Antta Pittman Jomed the crew Also Martha Ann Rice and Eugene Mohr got mxxed up ln the class that year too ln our seventh year of school we found Pat Grossman gettmg used to our ways lvarge Swan and Don Ted McCracken jolned us maklng Z1 pupils to graduate from the Sth grade Then came htgh school Seventeen of our old classmates along wlth fxve new members enrolled tn the Freshman Class under the dxrectlon of Miss Shnpley The fwe new members were Edith Brletensteln Pat Calhoun Roland Batten and Ramona and VK lnona Haffner During our Freshman year we lost Teddy Bourlard on account of Illness After many fear some hours the long awaited Lnltlatlon day finally came but everyone survtved lt and found out they worrled for nothmg Our Sophomore year was maxnly studymg One blg time was when we got to tmtlate the Freshmen Agam this year we had the bad luck of loslng joe Stansbury but only for weeks and he was back again The hlghllghts ln our juntor year were our JUJIIOI' Senior Banquet on April 28th a night whlch many of us will remember for a long tlme Also our class rmgs which we recewed November 8th On October 13th we gave the junior Play In Again Out Agam lt seems as though the class of 52 ns rather unlucky Delores House was laid up for stx weeks followmg a car accldent but was able to fmlsh the school year wlth us Our Senior year was qulte full Flrst off we chose class officers Next we journeyed to Ottumwa to have our plctures taken Then very soon we started work on our annual Chrxstmas tnme found the Senlors decoratmg the balcony We are looking forward to Baccalaureate May 18th and Commencement May 22nd To fmance our Senxor trtp we sold Chrlstmas cards all occaslon cards statlonery had bake sales and partxes Mr and Mrs Davxs gulded us through our Senlor year Q O . , . . , - . . . . . 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A Look Into The Future We have just flnxshed takxng a trlp U1 a space shlp ln the year 1972 Thrs IS what we saw of the graduatlng class of 1952 Roland Batten ls statloned an South Amerxca selling Christmas cards to the natwes We move up mto Wyoming where we fmd joe Benedrct has married Suzanne Swan and they are runmng a ranch called the Flylng Swan Edxth Breltenstem has marrled a fur trapper and they are lwlng 111 Alaska She doing part tlme moclellng of the furs Next we fmd that Pat Calhoun has marrred Charlxe Stansbury They are lwmg ln Callfornla ralsxng gooseberrles for a llvmg We passed Ramona and Wmona wxth their husbands travelmg ln house trailers all over the country We go to France where we fxnd Delores House workmg rn a nlght club as a magxclan In Mlchrgan we fmd our old buddy Mary Keller running a Cadlllac flrm Her motto Buy a Cadlllac from me and you wxll always wlsh you had a Mercury We contmue our Journey mto Mrssourl where we fmd Stuart Kerr wlth hrs wrfe runnmg the mule tram from Anson to Keokuk In Washington we frnd Don Ted McCracken IS worklng with Lonzo j Edgar Hoover thought hlm so brllllant that he turned over hls office to htm We stopped ln at Madlson Square Garden where we found Lola Mclntosh rs a woman wrestler Her tltle ls Knock Em Down Mclntosh In New York we fund Gene Mohr teachmg dancmg for gurls The slgn on hrs door says Come Ona My House Whxle we were ln Kentucky we spotted Don Smith rldmg Beetlebornb m the Derby I ns a llttle slow for htm we thought after rememberlng htm hot roddlng Ln school We found Eunice Cazey marrned to Larry Metzger of Donnellson They are running a gas statxon We went to a very nice nlght spot where we found Pat Grossman She has married Richard Hlllgartner and they have their own dance band They are dancmg thelr way across the country Next we found joe and joan Stansbury have just won the State Twm Contest The prize was a contract nn Hollywood In Afrlca we found Vesta Stansbury workmg hard at being a mlssnonary She lakes her work very much although she lS not gettlng paid for nt As we arrwe ln Farmmgton we fmd Margery Swan who ns now 37 still waltmg for Charles Elder to get home from the pipe luxe , - . u - ll . . . . . . . . is I I . . . , I . . . 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Last Wlll and Testament of The Class of 52 We the Class of 52 of Farmxngton Hxgh School bemg of sound and healthy mxnd do draw up thls wlll our last testament declaring upon thls day all wllls and testaments wrlt ten before this day null and vold We the Seniors of 52 leave to Mr and Mrs Davxs the task of teachmg the junlors of thxs year how to behave next year We the Senlors of 52 leave to Bud our greatest thanks for keeplng the schoolhouse warm ln the wlnter tlme We the Semors of 52 leave to the junlor Class our abxlnty to work together as a group Roland Batten leaves to Pat Sn :th his ablllty to get hls nose ln other people s business joe Benedlct wlshes Duane Munford to carry on ln h1s footsteps as the hlgh school girls' heart throb Edlth Breltensteln leaves to jack Rlder her abllxty to gam frlends from Donnellson Pat Calhoun leaves to Teddy Bourlard her abxlxty to fall ln love qw lth the rxght per son of course Eunxce Cazey leaves Mary Sanderson her collection of ex boy fr lends from Donnellson Pat Grossman leaves to L.o1s Hanan her abxllty to get along wxth the teachers Men you know Ramona Haffner leaves to Lynn jenkins her great love of government QOh yeah? Winona Haffner leaves to Edlth jones her great llklng for the boys Delores House leaves to Wesley Fotsch her abxlxty to play great basketball Mary Keller leaves to Darnxelle Martm her job at the show and hopes that he wxll gam a llttle welght Stuart Kerr leaves to Dlck Swan hns abxlxty to enchant a girl s heart Don Ted McCracken leaves to Merle Hammond hls ablllty to make good grades ln deportment Lola Mclntosh leaves to Robert Beggs her great llklng for food Especxally candy Eugene Mohr leaves to Phnlxp White hrs abnhty to make Model T Fords do as he wishes them to do Don Smith leaves hrs abnlnty to keep a hot rod Chevrolet running to Don D Muller joan Stansbury hopes Carol Fme can get along as well wlth her boy frlends as she dld wnth a certain Mlssourl boy Bozo'? joe Stansbury leaves to Hilton Muntz hls abnlxty to fax any car lnto tip top shape ' Y , .9 ' - . .. . hc, .J . ' , D, H .4 ' .J ' " -.4 .J Vesta Stansbury leaves to lmmy Benedlct the ablllty to get a. girl frlend as blg as her boy friend Shot gun Marge Swan leaves to Kay Smlth her ablllty to pop her gum as she chews Pre s ldent Wltnessed and slgned by the below SCHOOL. SONG Cheer cheer for Farmxngton I-hgh U Sounds of glory sendmg on high Secretary Praxse her colors purple and whlte Cheer up the team wlth all your might We 11 all play hard ln every game Strong of heart and true to her name Hear the thunder ln the sky Roarmg for Farmington I-hgh Rah Rah Rah CLASS FLOWER Whlte Gardenia C LASS C OLORS Green and White Z Z. """f9- My CLASS MOTTO It s Not The Gale But The Set Of The Sall That Determmes The Way We Go Compliments Of Dr mk Pepsl Cola DR COURTNEY More Bounce To The Ounce With Farmington Iowa PEPSI ' . C - .J , 5 F 1 ' 2' C, 3 so ofa Y Q z ' ' ' 'Ir' , lg ' , Semor Class Poem of 1952 B lS for Batten who s headed for Manhattan Some say he s bramy but lts only h1s nam ey B IS for Benedlct we thmk he hkes Suzy When he sees her hxs bram gets woozy B xs for Brletensteln who has qulte a lme She tries to act coy when out wlth a boy C is for Calhoun and also for Chollle Charlie Put them together and they wlll be Jolly C IS for Cazey who s nuts about Krauts When she does get to Donnellson she seldom pouts G ls for Grossman Rxchard s her fellow When they are together boy are they mellow H xs for Haffner an our class the twms We hope Lyle and Guy can satlsfy the1r whims H IS for House who lsn t afraid of a mouse What do you thmk about her husband will he be a ouse K IS for Keller she s small but mlghty When she goes to MlSSOUrl she gets very fllghty Charlotte doesn t love hmm when he xs bad M IS for McCracken the braxn of our class When you see one of hls A s you know xt won t be the last M IS for Mclntosh xn our class the pres1dent And of Farmmgton she wlll always be a resldent M IS for Mohr a farmer boy IS he When he comes to town he drives a Model T S IS for Smlth who thmks Helen ls nice When he can t go to Keokuk wnth hun It s No Drce S IS for the Stansburys who are joan and joe One lnkes someone ln Argyle and the other ln Mo S lS for the other Stansbury who lakes the preacher son lf she marries hlm she wxll have plenty of mon S IS for Swan our Homecoming Queen And with Kmg Stmky she wxll. always be seen Sponsored by Sponsored by LOSEYS GROCERY DUNNINGS ALINEMENT SERVICE Farmmgton Iowa Farmxngton Iowa O . I D l O s . - n o c 1 ,, 1 I . - I 1 ' , ' l ? - O - K is for Kerr, that Missouri lad, I n Q ' - D - , O I I l I 1 1 - - . 'O as . on I o f - I , 5 . . . . I . . , . , . , Jumor Class Offzcers -1 Left to rlght Pat Smlth Vxce Pres1dent Lxttle Rabblt ns the apple of Lee Roy eye We wonder why? 'P mighty man wlth big ldeas Ted Bourlard Secretary Treasurer Our johnnle on the Spot when It comes reportmg all the basketball news Merle Hammond Busmess Manager One of the clowns of our class Hamhead likes to cut up a llttle ln school jack Rxder Class Reporter The old rellable Class Reporter who wouldn t have handed any news ln lf lt hadn t been for hls trusty sxde luck Lols Hanan If nt can be used m the school or offlce you wlll fmd lt at Sponsored by I-IOLLEY SCHOOL SUPPLY CO MIDWEST RENDERING WORKS 100 E Grand Ave Zone 7 Des Momes Iowa Bonaparte Iowa O O 1 Es., A . , . . ll - 1 ll n I I I - . Il Robert Beggs, President, Our class has confidence in its leader, because he is a ' - . u . 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CRISTY Farmlngton, Iowa QW Stage Managers Junior Play Cast The junior Class presented their play, "Finders Creepers" on Tuesday, October 2.3, lt was a great success, with the following cast: Hilton Muntz played Wilbur Maxwell, a typical teenager, Phil White played Hercules Nelson, Wilbur's buzzom pal, Carol Fine played Celeste Nelson, Hercules' cousin, Kay Smith played Nina Quigley, a typical teenster, Richard Swan played Frankie, a problem child, 'Mary Sanderson played Aunt Mary, who has her own ideas about things, Wesley Fotsch played Uncle Bob, boss of the house, Lois Hanan played Granny, a "Ball of Fire", jim Benedict played Mr, Quigley, a man with young ideas, Duane Munford played Dr, Brown, Pat Smith played Madeline, Mr, Quigley's sister, Carroll jenkins played Harry Schuster, Quigley's family lawyer, Edith jones played Daphine, the maid, Ted Bourlard played Claude, the caretaker, Robert Beggs played the part of the caretaker's helper, Stage Managers: jack Rider, Don Miller, Darnielle Martin, and Merle Hammond, Music was provided by the Girls' Trio: Margery Swan, Diana Rider and Kay Anderson, Between Acts One and Two Phil White presented our director, Mr, Davis, with 6 duck decoys for his patient and very good help with us, Sponsored by: GLEN JANNINGS Farmington, Iowa Sophomore Class Officers The four handsome gentlemen above represent the Sophomore Class, First is jifn QSide Saddlel Sawdon, "lover boy" of this wonderful class, Next we see "Big Bill Kelly", secretary, he's a promising basketball player, and the tallest boy in school, They made a wise choice when they chose "Dutch" Denley for President, He's also very well noted for his Ping-Pong ability, Last but not least we see "Salty" Saltzgaver who was elected Vice-President, He, like Sawdon is a "great lover" of the country girls, This boy comes from the great city of Croton to attend our humble school, Sponsored by: sponsored by: 1owA NURSERY ELVIN SIMMONS On River Road "BUYER OF FAT HoGS" Farmington, Iowa Farmington, Iowa Sophomore Class 4115 maui' arf!! 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ROW Z: Mrs, Ikerd, Donna lilclntosh, Carolyn Bruggeman, Phil Ware, Larry Losey, Bob Munford, jack Gillmore, Suzanne Swan, ROW l: Irene Roe, Karen Losey, Mary Toops, Sharlie Boecker, Betty Stansbury, Vera Huff, Sandra Parke, Not Pictured is Elmer Turner, Seventh Grade ROW 3: Mrs, Smith, Tom Pollock, Kent Hanan, jerry DeWitt, jerry Anderson, Gilbert Barger, Delbert Smith, Leroy Hedger, ROW Z: Patricia Hufford, jane Ferris Robert Hamlin, Frank Randall, Lueene McCracken, Harold Shaw, Annabelle Boyd, Audrey Batten, ROW 1: Minnie Cline, Cecilia Fye, Wanda Fine, Mary Boyer, Nelma jenkins, Mary Hart, Shirley Wixom, Not Pictured is james Mumford, . smh Gmac ROW 3: Ervin jenkins, David Shoemaker, Michael Ferris, Burke McCracken, Ronald Sable, Richard Losey, Dick Troutman, David Swan, ROVN Z1 Mrs, Crown, Barbara Boyd, Russell Kelley, Gary Brombaugh, Harold Pilcher, Bill lkerci, Rlarvin Boecker, Kenneth Tocps, ROW l. jacqueline Smith, Ellen Smith, Dlllie Pilcner, Llary Anders, Ramona Taylor, Sharon johnson, Virginia Chisw, Not Picmred is john Humes, 1 V' . 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The Future Farmers of America was organized in November, 1928, and since that time it has served to motivate and vitalize the systematic instruction offered to students of vocational agriculture, Members of the F, F, A, learn through active participation in public speakingg solv- ing their own problemsg working togetherg conducting meetings using parliamentary pro- cedureg financing themselvesg and assuming civic responsibilities, The Future Farmers of America is a non-profit non-political farm youth organization of voluntary membership, There are no secrets in connection with the F, F. A. The Future Farmers of America exists today because farm boys desire such an organization so that they might be able to acquire business experience and enjoy the fellowship of boys of their own age. F, F, A, Morro: Learning To Dog Sponsored by: Doing To Learng FARMINGTON Earning To Liveg CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY Living To Serve, Farmington, Iowa Future Homemakers of America Girls' Homemaking ni--P X X' x C tl 7, ho.. . Q if .I 'F -L -gm Good Luck To The Class Of '52 The Farmington Chapter of the Fut- ure Homemakers of America was organ- ized on September 23, 1951, under the direction of Elaine Vassar, Homemaking teacher, Patricia Grossman was elected President, Marge Swan, Vice-President, Carol Fine, Secretary, L.ois'l-Ianan, Treasurer, Kay Anderson, Historiang Eunice Cazey, Parliamentariang Kay Smith, Reporter, Mrs, Floyd Anderson was chosen as The Chapter Mother, The FHA is a national organization having the rose for their flower and red and white for their colors, The eight purposes are: 1, To promote a growing apprec- ciation of the joys and satis- faction of homemaking, 2, To emphasize the importance of worthy home membership, 3. To encourage democracy in home and community life, 4, To work for good home and com- munity life, 5, To promote international good will, 6, To foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life, 7, To provide wholesome individual and group recreation, 8, To further interest in home economics, The emblem of our organization is a house supported by two hands symbol- izing the homes of tomorrow are in the hands of our youth, In order to become a member of the Future I-Iomemakers of America, a girl must either be enrolled in a Homemaking course or have taken Homemaking. MARY JANE Sponsored by: LOWENBURG BAKERY FARM 8: HOME HARDWARE Ottumwa, Iowa Farmington, Iowa 134 A ' a X , Q wi. E41 1 , I 39 -3 ,, iw i -. 2+ A' X -W3 94 if fff3't"l fs J Km 42 gf f 'A 'Ull- xl - MWIIIL' ,vii sy 9 -fv 5 Q mv 5 " Y. x Q '. . .4 ., . Y. 1 1 I 3 X Q lgpk3?,,g, Al ' 1 'MQ fy, -, P' ff f 9 , any 3 Q, 1'l1, 1 E x .MM ,Qy "' A M E R U? 1 C :un A ' N f L I T E R A T ,Y ., -..-,. 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'fa at Em On October 12 1951 the alumnl and the present members of the Farmmgton School met to conduct another annual Homecoming Everyone worked hard on thelr floats and the followmg prizes were won by the Hugh School Future Homemakers of Amerlca flrst prlze Senlor Class second prxze and the Freshman Class got a przze for the funnlest float At Z 00 the parade began wxth the marchmg school band and the many floats follow mg At 3 OO we assembled at the lower playground at the school for crownxng of the Queen Mxss Margery Swan At 6 30 we attended the Twlllght Pep Meeting VK 1th the huge bonflre roarmg the snake dance began progressmg from the school to the gym where the glrls played their flrst game of the season agamst Richland Even though we lost the girls tried thelr ut most to fulfill Coach Gxllasple s wash for a victory The program xmrnedlately followed the game The roll was called for the past 67 years Then the dance began Everyone went' home tnred but happy lookmg forward to next year s Homecommg E , Q ' . 2 5'1" gf EL- M QL Nw - ft., ' ,, 52525: . :Ev 215235 rf ' ' A ,., ,W - "Wt , W X " ' A f- 3 7 if ,, ,A 5 if -. 5 1.3 'iii ' r 2, ,... 1 f QTL 1 ' V fi of 1 o. H ' qvwp We -p s we W 4 I f h 1 h I 2 . , . . 3 . , . 9 : 1 . . ' I U z . . . . ,. . . , . . 1 I 1 . . I . o - . 1 I 4 . , . Homecoming Celebration W' y-Sllngig,--,::' , . , Y 14 if Zn , , , -o - f , w 4, all ,lv 4,1 ,QA Sponsored by: ' Ho1..s PRODUCE in Farmington, Iowa Y 33 Boys Baseball Home Team Farmnngton Farm lngton Farmington Farmmgton Farmmgton Farm Lngton BACK ROW fLeft t ghtj Co ch Gxllasple joe Be edict H lton IX nt j y Sh 1 er Whelley For ch Robert Beggs Don Muller Lester Da son SECOND ROW jack Rxde Phil White Larry jannmgs Dutch D ley Duck S an jx Benedict a e Mun! d FRONT ROW S It g Gar y C5 1 ! : o ri a ' ' , n ' , i lu 2, err r'v , ' : Du n nor . , , en , ' w , 'm ' , : Larry a z aver, r h'll. ' 4 ' 5 ' . . ' 13 1 , ' 5 Z ' I 6 ' 19 ' 6 ' , ' 6 1 ' . ' . 3 ' 4 7 . ' .1 . .1 Won 4 Lost Z FALL. BASEBAI.. L. Vlsltors Keosauqua Keosauqua Bonaparte Mnlton Bonaparte Montrose Name jannmgs Swan joe Benedlct Rnder Whlte Dawson jim Benedxct Denley Munford Sponsored by THE GAMBLE STORE Farmington Iowa Posltlon Battlng Ave Znd Base Short Stop 3rd Base lst Base C Fleld L Fxeld R Field Catcher Pxtcher 320 304- 3 8 352. 33 87 263 117 05 ' 'mg I jf, N kg 'fi 'p 53' Q 5 x . 1 eff 53 if ,Q if 1 First Team Basketball Squad ,Lff .ff 'si A Ez- ,, 3 1 f me A A Y 'iii . f J f'g,: X Q K G Manager X i -Q-.ifjrj The season opened with our Homecoming game, October 12, Richland traveled to Farmington and defeated us 78-47, Lois Hanan was high scorer for Farmington with 39 points, October 26th, we journeyed to Argyle only to be defeated 26-21, Hanan was high scorer again with ll and Sue Swan came close behind with 10, On our 3rd game we traveled to Montrose and were defeated again, Our girls were .xo match for Montrose's height, We were beaten 71-56, Lois again being high scorer with 26 points, On November 6th, the tide turned for us, We went to Hillsboro and defeated their sextette 37-22, Hanan pumped in 19 points for Farmington while Sue Swan trailed her with IZ, Bonaparte ventured here November 9th and met with defeat, Although Bonparte led 10-7 at the half, we climbed to the top and defeated then 22-19, Hanan scored 10 points, Sue Swan 9. Stockport skinned us on our home floor November 16th with a score of 58-28, Hanan scored 15 points for the Wildcats while Sue Swan scored 9, But the next game found us at Cantril, Hanan scored 21 points, letting us win a close victory of 32-29, Then on November 27th we were defeated 30-25 by Birmingham on their home floor, Hanan and Sue Swan were high scorers for Farmington with 12 and ll points but even though we lost we played our hardest, Following this game we played a return game with Sponsored by: FYE'S PLACE, Farmington, Iowa 37 Stockport on their floor, Again they defeated us. Lois Hanan scored 16 points for us but still we were beaten 40-25, December 7th we went to Douds and were defeated 42-29 in spite of Hanan's 20 points, Keosauqua came here December 11th and defeated us 48-33, Hanan scored a big 28 points, Argyle played us our return game December 14-th, We defeated them by 18 points this time, Hanan scored 21 points, Sue Swan 10, The score was 35-17, On December 20th, we went to Bonaparte and beat them for the second time this sea- son, The score was 50-45 with Hanan scoring 33 points and Sue Swan 12, january 4th, we went to Selma, Selma defeated us 46-33, Hanan scored 18 points, Sue Swan scored 10, Next, we played Milton and were defeated again 50-34, Hanan was high scorer with 25 points, We met Cantril for the first game of the County Tournament at Douds High School, We won a victory over them of 33-32, Hanan was high scorer with 15 points, Next, Douds de- feated us 42-31 even though we tried hard to defeat the panthers, Our first gameafter the county tournament was played with Montrose on our home floor and we won a close victory of 54-53, Hanan was high scorer with 41 points, jones and Bruggeman played a good game, keeping Miller down to 21 points, We played the next game with the Keosauqua Warriors at Keosauqua, We played a hard game and won 34-28, Hanan, again was the high scorer having 23 points, We played our first game of the sectional tournament at Donnellson january 31st, We defeated Hillsboro with a wide margin of 63-27, Hanan was high scorer with 31 points and Sue Swan followed with 16, Our next game was with Donnellson i.n the semi-finals, They defeated us 75-47 with Hanan scoring 28 points and Sue Swan 16, In the consolation game we played Stockport and were defeated 46-34, Sue Swan was high scorer having 16 points and Hanan next with 12, Denmark won the sectional over Donnellson by 1 point in the last 3 seconds of the game, Sponsored by: HANAN INSURANCE, Farmington, Iowa BACK ROW it to tj dy Bo 1 d t B ge Robert g Ile yS 1 hD1eG1lspxe FRONT ROW Phl1VNh t Dxck Swan L. y j 1 e K lly H OPPONENTS Argyle Montr o se Hillsboro Bonaparte Stockport Cantril Bir m ing ham Stockport Douds Keosauqua Argyle Bonaparte Selma Milton Keosauqua Montrose Sponsored by: THE FARMINGTON TELEPHONE CO Farmington Iowa Boys' Basketball Team ': fL.e righ Manager, Ted ur ar Beg sg Carro j nkinsg Duane Munford Je 'L ' ie, ' g arr anningsg-3 kR F. . S. 31 30 43 42 50 42 30 47 54 40 31 31 54 37 Z8 35 ff 1 o o The F lghtmg F we" jack Rider, Phil White, Bill Kelly, Dick Svvan, and Larry jannings, AVE, 'ZFREE T, P, GAME THROWS Swan, Dick 196 12 4-91, White., Phil 164- 10 511, Kelley, Bill 52 3 361, Rider, jack 72 4- 257, jannings, Larry 101 6 4-31, RECORD: WON LOST 13 3 The boys' team has had a fine year, Most of the starting five will be back next year, The Wildcats have shown a well-balanced attack of scoring, defense, floor play, and rebounding under the able tutelage of Coach Dale Gillaspie, They should prove to be strong contenders in 1952-'53, Dick Swan, the team's most consistent scorer, and joe Benedict, an able guard replacement, will be missed by the team, However, several good-looking young ball players will be moving up to fill in the vacancies, ,Q 6 Manager '-4 Jor-: AND JOAN Bab Daze O E 1 sw s D A 2 O ., H. , Q W rl ' L i 5 -Q Fi AML. , E 544.1 .., . , , ,...0w ,.n.,,,,u A , Mi , , "PUDDY" lg M A R G E. v 535 ,Fw PATC. 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